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 18, 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: VID00636
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
alephbibnum - 002075058
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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VOL..'P. ..6-r-NO-Co -; 2. MIAMI, DADE COUNTY' FLORIDA, (BSiSffir. . ;0-)!r. FRIDAYNOVEMBER_ : Jot.* .., ;!. 1898.:'., . _." _ .. '.r >. 'EBICE5 _CENTS

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s Modestly Ire.tione .'iit&'of. the city. of "iUa.n'r., Of *tbiaauuant f .,.Mr! ( ,.. ..-. -- ...., '. #-r..t. of.' ,1;: ."-.

want Ef -ALL"--iII UM time bar a trio of triiirted! correspondents six!: columns very kindly.have. .con We* :I.:" ,),;..:..., t .: :-. '. ,;t;. ;i-:, .' : :' ,t;'''" .
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!t ThO"S DRPRISEy S STORE, my White Lef borna. For prices' addrau K. W. .watmore.... correspondents.and just-as ;: ; ::,.' ; :' . -= t
Amsdca Ormond. Fla. S-l>-cr-hletF a ;;
letters I .Ere' fO7Wl' 1''C'e''s'
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1: d 4 FOB .. Morning and evening services at the Meekly.f .. Will. contluncthcir-4ut-. l : : Sale.. f0..Jt:: ?/:: .. -
1-.Mrs. L. J. Miller'of Hiram,Ohio;the ;" ""'-' .' "' . ; "_ '" : ......!!-..; .. .!: ,'
Presbyterian pavilion next Sunday home of President Garfield, baa rooms ;;. the 'Week'beginning : .=. .. . ":: '
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l ; Monday conducted by the pastor. for the'winter: TIrs ; ..- "! '
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T.tWbaler, spent two.. ; i"c" ; t 't
$> <: ,d in Bartow recovering from ,typhoid the. ;climate'\proves beneficial l, to: her" I '"' 4f .J' 1J. "?; < I"C :;!!:;)..-
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{ '"'' _.q t=lsthe' 'father, and compensation; is the: mother: 1st.UnionThankigiving'servleea.. ,_.- through the New River" section Monday .' ;. : ... .")...'$ '<...L- ..,..""t...." o't)' ': r't. :: ......'.'. !"4'" "4-' '! '_......-.: .. ....

r I ;, of P iThe'savin'4 R poss.lbl! hes of, this' sale are : : will'be | on O. Bardgrave'* "launch. In tconnection _,,- '.., "\, ag7. ?, .- t f's. '" :, ,,......;".'-!'r''t.. ". .i'_b ._ :'..:... -' :Ii, :!. ',
pplainly'b f' h ices -. You 'cannot, ffoo.be held at the next withbusiness! , matters.IIe. ; ,J.\ ... ". ...f&.s f., .' .j.M.. \\"A < 1: ' <: :"r.c.-
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indifferent. the: this store hJ k.or.a Thursday morning at 10 30. The .sermon a .. ;.:..
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a" ,f;moment!. y 'five'months ,agog 'we ,started: business the' house ' -: > .. .fi .
-i .. "< Blackburn of. the M. E. Church South about flew! Bivei from ', 7 ., ::.- ;'.i.,.. : '.T..fZ"T. .}! .4.-.. ... : ..
!: \': ;1n' Miami.andd to .doft... can hear'' c\ery man, '' i "refuge! U Q. lob rt Osceola's a:camp :in J.. t. 'r''I'1 Q; '1.,1., 'J,''; ..' "F -t-.. "
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,. :D'&ds3\ GI'0"lbiI1.ig:1.an d" ., 'S fi- oes. purchase bind it-will not be because..E.. ; taking,"dinner. ftb 4,< .t< ". :. I':,,",. \ . I, :. . .':; i'.:. ., r'f._.l't" ;f..Jt1'. ;..i:le'':- ':. ..t"'i, : ;1f-; .. .... .

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< execution_ job printing.On 1 fI. ,, i ,. ;>I{; "' ;.-t\j.--"'.. r\.o,. rc ,:if:'
And easel the. .GooBs .well 'k.l ,
t f.::/. we can y explain :.reason? : : : -, : ;: ::.3 'ir. u riffarfeclifllfjspid l ;: WeDuyf6rcasha'nd; fro \the, <> I the 'Biscyane :'.prairie last year //conTmittee consisting ,ot :
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] this )'ea.f} acreage' on John If. Mac ooui igle of,St. Augujstine, Dress Goods Departin't 6 ...... .
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'f _: : ears t t positive! :iand"effective 1Y a :L The"storeis" : full that fertile tract ,of land' will reach ; f.r \.1":' #. -tt. 1<"" ..,.:.;, .. >
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';; ". '.;We/s.ell:everything} : "WV. sell-the lh eStof: Vvefything.. for the Biscayne section.this'week. presbytery can render to the 'spiritualwelfare : '.. : . es... '.Sk'' If, t"S. --!'. ',. ,wf-'" F,
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{ "i"SnO a'few days with .hia! .family:after .. 'sixweeks' those Islands. .Tn -Teport oftbis'committee i Jook-before .bnyiug;' . ;tv.? wLadies' ' !: ... c.' '* .. f.""
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:'i. 1: !'":I d .'.]Kid,.!Pmem\' 1Ozt ora. it"L90;" reb.2,60:, fl ,; ,' .; .', : and.St. Augustine. During ,his,absence ingot tbe'presbtterJn' '4pril next,; abades.and DO two ,alike, / : " "'.-" '* ,*- :.v -go-'.aty.' '"-i.;. -" -, jis S
/ .:" -Ladirf Kid,Common thfordla\tltQ'wOrth $2.00 i, 4c \ : Mr.:Blackman| 'bal succeeded,,In which it Is expected to hold in the'new .5 worth fL2i1I: g ,>this A18.:.-:H.-\;L9/i/ :: 3Skirte -t :
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'.. < yen's PaUat tberBsb at : < ". u .1;' r ;
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r ?p'd1l.WiIJo"IJa1fTmB&1aat $2.00.;worth $2.76. t. .' .Gaiger' and Mrs. Ueiiro of Key West "; "r. ,' ... :- :tt-
--.* .y- -r: :;' .Men'a: Tid Black tad_Tnt Baui at: $3.00! ind$3.fiA,:worth! r ft/'and r K SI.60. / were in'the city.Tuesday.. Mrs:.Douefty gl and>r6fG.v_ Fairchild; three Dress. beallLir Goods i linebColored,:worth 3ks to 60o'T':<,,. ,;".;' !Ladies',\ meta;. worth. $1.50' :: ;this: ''sale' .56o. ': ,,;; ,
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., 27 Suit Pattern, Firmed and Plain, at $1'.12 each iI : :. : "Hair;;cutting i "in all l the latest '' a : :r .t ,.
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., / : =. \'82 Snit Patters Figuredauc1 Plain, at 'l.60 each.,', ,,"., '.,'. :_i":;,":'.-.1-r.: a".$-' known' to the art'at: the Up-To-Date Lion :at Miami. _:The'governulent' ; l'Isiparingnoezpenie. "-Past ;Colors, worth 12c, at.9o. ,, .0', thf.2kiuo;at.;:"''i ". '.' .98a Sal. r+ '"
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:' '<"' 43 Patterns. ::4' : ". >t.;:: .f ':. mete i > ": ' !" ; ,.
'. > Suit all wool and all kind at $2,13 each '. .. '" Barber sbop.;: 6-2-4 ; to- tbis4the t..f: : g.- :.: : ;
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) t "-' Cv ;' ;;-.' Imponeua1l.woolP1&ida.aUJOoper.1ard"orth 85o.r. '. '". ,._ .;" ,,," ,->< \: . "VJ'j'r, only tropical r..t'P'
". ,, :-C8 t>Ioe Black Crepon,Borth L$0.. at 98<5 per 1 ard.' : 5: :.j'" '. ", .. 'E.::AI Noel of Clareucev ille,Province tJ - ', : : 't S.": : ) :
i ,,', 78 Silk,WaiaUPatUrna. at $175 and each.l4 ) ,,. ,1 United States V success : special at .' ... .."" ." .. ,.- -," .:: ', .' :.
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v ,';> ,! )'aro. FrniUrf4be-Ixx5m' Cotton for f.LDO..' t '" :> <"" fi? r.t. ;manufacturer and comes highly either Hawaii;Kew.Zealand f'A.Q :; 'I ':/;' ; : ..': ;_. :...f. ...,,:, t.t", ::
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t''I r- : .1Jd1tO'mu.Oaliooea at 60 per yard. :"r,: . man cornea here expecting .,_ .rrVtrrr: ,* *.. -4 ""- .& .. j. u;:' .. : .
'S.. . "'lOO yard* AmoakeoffGiogbama at63ccper.yard; . 'V r -..' ;; ;'io)locate t if)his:.health;'meets with., ,If the new town sjlong t East, Coast ,' a; f.X 5. :rr ,
r' r r. -6 yarda'Cotton Oraaa for 25c.; ; Pen LiDeza.Towe1., 6 for 25c., ? M': the benefit which he thinks (will.Rey. ilrea j op to:! its name'of"Ojus".Jacksonvilfe . ...... -. ( r .
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"+. ... t .--;,_".r..." .. ,Geotaand Ckota.. $S56 BoyaCapaat26cS5oand80oeach.Derby BaU.. ,48 each, -1 -' ;.. ,..'Y-.Ut>.. !.:.' : .' ;' .'.';,.!', 'f':r; ''" oftheswar'; be'cannot' 'Braisejmoney / backed-by-: the: rich binds-i of tbe:,and r'eclaimedlandi'ofrheEvergiaded ;> : r < : t:+
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4 .: .; ., : 965 Cakes Almond Cream Toilet Soap at"60 per cake .'? ::'r.. .'') *. ';..Jtij:...:.,; ', i i.' gIle: will; preach? "at .the MP; :B.church 'L.L. White- preei .::;t t)2 t\ : ; : .
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s; 'r6S ;L ,,. .Gentjr76oNeglig *Shirts a 14"t> ,: ;. there are,boundless possibilities and a ,.
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vr. ; 6 Shirts at 800each. "';: ;>1 :! ; plenty of grit.aiads h Street, onp91U :'=. +

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Eb .''':'l'A IES. ,. ::ALL' WOOL ';;SKIRTS, ;: 'c 'J; ;fruitttand. :; :f j/' :,,.6213mfclill. ,; c .;Times-UnionindCitt- :W'U'bZ n ? ; ; i ; ., ,t!:

: 4.'V'F -i1 "If ,? ."-, -- iw ; V-- :. ;-:;,< % -_. : F. Downing and wife 'df Andover: i sen.i'Beaders".-- c. :;: i .:*'b'.X.; ;H"j i1. .J.1B": -..... ,
t-j{ t -,,;-A11.48$2.6Oand'L00.; .., x - : : jn. ,1 Mass. arrived in Miami weeks o .. f I.,. c .
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Y 4a Ru f''Ortierres, .Art Squarest A attln gl'" !#;;:; ; since;; bare purchased; tract''af'' land"on 'new'advertisementr .this week for" thefollowingbaiinessbouseii ; UfBOYS'MEf.Cii.2CTS. .. '

555r, \ .' .: Cot Y ers' Feather: : Pillows I ,.Head R ts Lace:Curtains :':,; ofS Alapattah'Prairie'; ',"belr' will' hereaf7.ter f>i' -' .ME S' AN- '>'.0.; ". f;': "":' :
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: Blankets! Comforts 'and 'Bed can't.. .; 'make'; :-home. Ur. ;;Wm.,Bnrdine' ;dry'goods.Isidor .:)' : '
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:; > : pie, ,rn.ll'.Q ; .Downing ia arranging jfor! building'aflnehomeduringthewinteir ; i ; iJI:
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restvX. :' .. .. '. t. :' ' .> : : '.and,'will : : :
.- lf.--; : ; : :. '. _. cultivate four' :tomatoes Snprisestoredrp1oods. .J ,. ,. ., . .
: : acres of: :, TbD milliner' r ..,c...-.'.. .; t ;- t 1. ,:!.. ...
: ;' Ideal Storedr7s and .. .. .t.-r'. ,-.. .: ... ... thiiit.. .. '- 0. .
ji1i doOrn; neighbors < -
j| LJSEr'FLAdiIDNE:: I : NATION.. I to J.,Wi Johnson will be and next familyjL; i : .*'*"TV5\- : :.Edwin:Nelson;farnitureygMiamlCycle l ; 'li-:>' : / .'" : ' ........ .. '. : i Co. ,L f\ I tJ' :
-1": ; 1) J. t: ,; ,> : : \ K' f *f>V.V ; : bicycles ; : : : ry:

51 j. donepUcet6buyDryGo6: ; ? d;,.Clothing,'and,:Shoes, 'f .A'Uvely'scene waawitnessed fdt Bra .' C6eatham-de. Ca'.tihon.r'' ,Y ,y >, _. ; : :

*&. .*. ::.: y.,: "" ,: :V ; - : dy'a:gro ceryYednesday.; .A'shed'orer'tbeear"entisncegat&wiywbife two :i H.;T haler jewelryl" !; ,;;%" ; -f'.,, r..Bovs'. .. .J 3. ..Suits, 1' .;:S""e.r ..f.. '....'it.::::$.'Os."S\<50.... .to. .$1100. .> i., ':,\".+1 :-" .......:
: *?C. H.Baulerson" .to;: <4-

: ".,;:." <" ':"'' ..,. ..heSurprise: ; ''''' -''"StoreJ deliyery-liqrse! :sere h1fchedbeneatb., ; fi}.j J.-.IV-,,:Watson: ,'bard.arr/, meat.lDarktt.4:: [ t3 ....,.;;-p-"'
The horses 'naadej. 7 good;,.use'of a":'mo- '.John flew ell k ..Coshoes'.;and\fur : ; 7--; ;< .;:- I '': ': ,: :..' "?,, c'c.-r"H'" k''''''
: .. ,3. 'ment'a'tIme! *ind> a 1i 11AC: a j in".oppo; % nishin p.'f; ; t f The! aboYo r ood s ie41fhe ,:sfinest l berfound., vrtiJt _-t :

:: Jj:: ; > .' .. .. i' "" . : site.} fireclons: ..One."returned': to"itsplaceHpluntarilyjtWith > .'Anthony; ,.Bros.' ;, clothing- ' and''shoesMliini ..... ,- ,,'.-, .t, take 'a-'loo .'*.".'at' t11em' .. .,: .. .t } ''4 '. ';'

_. ;..:,.:xIIX '.:. ., ,..-,: .J".J,':.- w., , ESTES_ ., .\. '. ,Only; the,,forward DiagC''" drugsr ;I'. ; :r: i \ f ;A .. ..' ; $;t: j -'
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: 'SWN I"WONY "BROSVi
.,. -1"'J want"'striv''ly; firstrclass frt .. ::. ; ,... i.--
:Ji : y ,,,, ... '_ .Pleasatily loaded well furnished tilizers at living prices boy th.. u ilso I & -:

,7 "'4'. SW nnti1 9:00o: ; lO k'f J f.l n .ms. torrent.xAddr. ,. .,' ,'!'.'..s.....-.1.. xl87' ,.....'...U.Wr, .t r &Agent'Toomerf: Poatofflce poods.Uiock.'_ (1 I. Miawirtlk'r. PHILLIM,,i. . . ..',..A.......,I.,. 1,w.. :tJuu'. TH'_ -" : .5 ..... -"' '__
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mi Metropok Chemical Value of -Mack Farmyard" Maaare Undertaking 1k: .

Cotton-Seed Meal L and. "Hard Wood. Ashes. TBUN rrfi.l'

; t 'poU'BRa The MxTKorpua indebted to Capt. ,c.'I .
J. : John H..Welsh*for thO following important ..itEmbalml'ng .
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; Bg' Bisciyne Publishing i C""mpu' analysis.Valuation ;" 'I
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,:. { 'MIAMI..DAD*,tJOUNTY.FLORID* per ton reckoning nitrogen -. : -fdatti '
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at T ;
_ lO.cents:per pound phosphoric \'. . . J
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_.Jt The most Southern newspaper published OB I acid at two; cents. and potash at the < .'i' i ; ,
: .t' *be mainland of the United States at the -- ? \ : --iJ.1filL '
: ..f -J moat southern railway terminal. center, 1.'
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_ , r-J 3Cnt- -&in the Poatofflc at Miami,Florida, Barnyard Muck..manure:.,....,.i'wet5..t.--$2.M,<(...,..... 5.82 16.10*W IUB*40 ; t
_, 4) at second-class matter. Barnyard manure dry .... <.* Baby Carriages f: rockery 1
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.;,! t Teflr."Subscription. .. ....-.Rates.._...' (... fZ.OO''. Phosphoric'::A1CALIBIS acid OF:,.;.COTTOH.h.....IUD'.....MtAL.. ...... 2.40 : < :><: ';\ ; 7

,j-;- j lIK.nUl'" ".. .._ ..- ..4 ........1.00 Nitrogen e.70,equivalent.to.smonla...........:: 8.t4 _ y" . :' J"'j : ,/ ;: :< i .

.:4 .Thome paying In: u:4 will re erre a year's Vegetable fiber mol.tuJ etc..._..,.,...17.40 -'
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'notion subscription(or'tnt n cent .;."bta six U liberal months' aab-dls- Market, mice' ,about f&ARD Refrigerators, \,. : : : i S S:

count. to Induce. strictly, adrsnc. .. ,payments.OYK .,- woo ASBCS.: : dfWt
'. - '' 1. r Hydrate of potash.'.,74.W J.
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Sulphate potash. ,
,'i>: : 4detIt1k R u:. Chloride potash._-..ul8, '' -.., C' r.' '. -' ..', "" t> '
I ..orOLE; ow: ;THR 'SIX nKs.u.i Carbonic acid and water .;.. : : r"'t ;
w"&J:, Commercial ralue% 124 ; ,1 : "4.r/--- > ;
'tCO-IOl" HO. t'JiOMOS TKAK. : f
'1 Inch..>.$.l oo13 00, 4 oo. S 1 00 $1000 'To obtain the best results from muck 'I I l0 i < ;; ,{ .
.* inches./- tObi3 00 c 00 10 60a 1800 Gasoline Stoves : . ." J ,. .
rt -, Inches. %>2 00. 4 00 S 00 15 OO 2500SO it should Jtte placed_ bins made,of logs . : : ' .' ." : u(:i'I' .-' :1
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)l- 4icb$00 SKO 1000 IS 001SOO 00 j ; :
I' .,1c. 'i1nOeol)4OO...4i0' S sw 00 1400 too MOO' 4200 8500 or above rough the boards,'ground: elevated until s thorOughly,six! inches '. !. S' . . .' . e.! . .A! . '.\l: : "f :<".;:', : : : .s.t 1 t

-\."t \." 7 Inehes.Av 00 t oo is ou n eo 4&CIO '
'8ncbes.S50 fie oo is oo so oo MOO dried,and pra icaU.U not thoroughly : I 'r
_ .'. --S* lnches.r.V 8 00 '11002000 3300 SO 00SSOO rotted.- In this condition it has will 1 }: jj i1 ) :
& J0ln(4eoltOO11OO, 2J 00 36 00 : as LIVING H THE Of : .
EN AIR
lllnches v AOo ,1SW' 2400 ..00 .7200 be seeo', double the> talue of stable ma- ;. .
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7800 .
: 1lncbesAZO IS 00 28 00 42 00 .
i. 'IS Inches.-. 00 1100 ttOO '4&O) MOO nure. .The ralue of miick ai her gino ., ::, < ," 4"1i, ,& .. ,
c14 Inches.;. t W 1700 SO 00 4800 SO 00 "F' I .01

_m 1.;11 Wlnchoi.lnebel.:..;.,WOO 10 50 'IS00 1900 32 MOO 00 MOO 6100' 1000 COO It moisture excl lveOr gatherer.its yilueiaamultch' and On the verandah brings health' and, comfort{ to l osvh know hoJ; "enjoy if: :" W 1

4'', -17 tnfhs:,:tlOO: 20 UO MOO A1 CIO lIB 00 : .,
flS Inches,ji,41 SO 21 00 ,38 00 eo 00 ,11300 :C&pi.'Welab calculates! the value,of have

"..tIn.1$ Inches(1 COl...);;12PO ttlll 2300 2200 4909 4000 SSOO S3 OS" 12100 118.Ob p metto. root.ashes *t $80 per ton. nice big easy rockers with wide arms and roomytseats Come and see'th'at" we haTe .'i : j

_ 'lii YLoc&1. .fan No reading deviation_ notices from 7 eeata these per rates.line-,;", ". '- .- ; not bought goods to keep but to sell and prices" tell i * >: :<"'J.'S" : !,- It& f** !r"j'A', ,, 4 ... .]

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J- : back from Jacksonville : :
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; v :Tiii'l caflook :ftrMIamI for three : : : 1. .
'? : c. Q. Phillips has 'been appointed : f" :
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; 3ei5-has Jbeen\brl'bt. > I
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for Miami for Wilson 4 Toomer ummoluuin J.\i.EEAt1\4X-
.} The agent > ' :
than before. person
; > brighter erer -- fertIUzers.'l- :. '" ', .. > . '" . ) "'
'MxTKopbua
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? )fbm';we k"to week will hate noticed 'D';W.W.'Fa.ri\b8S returned 'from of this issue, that the nchooner in ,the interest,of the same fund;:'The Pineapple ,Slips :For;Sale.;," SNAxB'cBK-LA1Th.7o&4ALL.' .: " : r- j

r;,' "tbat. without 1 exception! the arrival Jacksonville and'will occupy the Presbyterian Emily'Bwill leave Jacksonville next previous entertainment netted ,$30. -, A,lot of Porto Rico pineapple'_slips I I *', _. '-. ." ,. 4i

i "v/;of"new'settlers kmentionedweekly 'puipit'Sunday; weekend asking for consignments of Miss! Merritt, the prlnclpal;' ( the for sale;' also. aJlots4or,No. 11 man,o rieeaAei: High Fnirt- \ .' 1 ;4

ft either local colamna l in ST'S." ' --"* i 'f freight from Biscayne Bay merchants. school is credit for trees one year o d.-, Address:box U%. ,nr* Acres-mIla Pms.---, ,
deserving of
!j J in oQr'pwn: or great Lemon ' ; ':'Thlu i lsndta "
Y;J.'LIngrabamIseipected down by I CityFla. / ,.. .8l-tf. rfprairie amuIyaUkIg k' -
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'-,:.c r. ,thecournnm6four000fltrYOOrrePOfld-. launch)to-day.: He swill, spend sometime Ice cream and cake 10 cents 'at the the interest she is taking:in providing! enough very rl*h.for T'ia tt high CIr land dralnace t* a So.ten 'i', .' '
& '- eots,'or,:both.: 'A )large :proportion of In Miami I indCOtlir. Arcade restaurant and. fruit stand.521swfer a library for ,not only the:school" childrenbut '.- Fancy Pineapple :Slips &..Backers' for Ing spot.nd qwU free of roe*. 'OM*U*m>m\ ,,".

: > : the _ o.8&1e., _, '_ depot,po t offieft and aehooQuhiM, For price : -
) these}'peoplCi. come to settle opon our *-- .:. . ..--f .t : general public., :" riocallonora44rea .' : - ,. t'r t
tj.: i fertile lands'out of the l'oi frosts In fjTbe Hisses Burr of LlttleBierwere Having just returned tbe'ea. Abbaku, Egyptian-Queen,' OOjden 'n ' ' -D.J.B onavav.T .' ? *' .
,)n.J. H. Johnson will remove to .from. . .
.. 7 J Queen"Porto Rico,_ mooth, Cayenne .: cOnaerit1a trMi and Arena B, ,;: -
': Wtti different ectlonl from'Ft.Lauder- the guests of Dr. and Mrs.Huddles ton new residence on the corner of. 13th tern markets we are displaying an elegant and.Red Spanish. Apply.to. -. c ,_.O.l&x.225.'v r IIUJU'UJ.. .
:f thenTcometo at the Connolly House MondiJ:1 Hoe of Clothing, Furnishings and ; I 5-OO IILU m.1.- "-":' "' ,
W d&Je to Cutler. Some of - street and aye.C, as soon as completed. V" MaDtK. >CX4t MATTHiUS,_ ' : :
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shoes ANTHONT .
.:;; ;i| Miami to become':residents t o{oar_new, ,:Bel :rserres"'oyster' 'In all: styles Mrs T. Nrf Gautier. :will remove to the : :, ' Race.LR.Gibsonof "Palm Beach Finery" TTTTANTED-SEVERal' TEU8TWOKTHY ,. :* 1*

r 4!| 'and.:thrifty \city.' .Bat'.;&.. '.us 1 the in? ,his! .dining! .parlors.,' -22ti house occupied by Mrs.Johnson,while ,Pers.IlIiho returned tfh.fmo West- PalmBeacb.'-.. '.)a. DeB*T '10 rM tb>'ni lrowtt la this,and mute nearby la manag eoonUea.oar bail Ills ' '
' p tobiit i : .
,11" : rne ill Sept thr l office
maloly work eondneted
fruit-grower
trucker the f&tinerthe at home'Saliry"straicnt :'
I ; ." Hr..'Knapp Palm Beach will : '
Iecired *
i ,o.f occupy
: ',Edgar G. Cuthbertvbas : the turned to Miami for'the For Bale1 or Bent. \'. I.U a Year and ezpenea-...1t"1' : r
Sunday night
1t[ ;for: solid prosperity. :"J We 'welcomeJ position; (porter o(the Miami in her the.present, residence of Mrs. Gau- winter and ,is theMiami Homestead 'of .160 acres' pineland* bonaAde ReferencesZnckwe,no more.nalen aelf-a4dreM.4 salary.t Monthly|7& ', p e'
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a Hajtped
tiilervoff ,
guest
- ,;, ;them .all-bnt_ -;the : +the..soil :ran etwe1uMtamf and Havana. ,15 acres under cultivation-) about,two envelope Herbert E. Hets,,Prt.>I> vt. ;>' ,\t !bove,.allt.otbe ?-ilT el"f.,t 6J ., -' -, " tier.Prof.John Muir' of Mr.Gibson 'expects to improve his 10, miles from Miami on'the south sideof. Cblearo. I ..6:1
;;Jr, ,wtd inake'tbe ffloney. ,Ascertain pdP. ,: r:W.:Weatnerforii and'family" hate passed a portion :' acres just,at, the,north end of thus city; Miami river.. House and outbuildings. : '
..... the week as a guest of the. Biscayne. : winter- -' not Orange'lemon lime;alligator pear'and I
; "iircon umer are. &'. this .week. reii ctffiOmtbeir home on the Bay this We are ; A
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Ii eeDP5I It"was after Prof. Moir that the noted other fruits. of New JLawn Grass., ,
Inqo re. orvaddressW.J.'Shone's .
1lb 1'j't these ;
at mention of.wb.st Improvements
of, -
; .. %;Bdrthe producerJroin the soil Is 6o4's Justnorth+. the_ city to Cocoanut Tropical'Land '
MuiV Agency, i
_ ,' f. irigbi l d; man.' All things bow,to Gr X i-,\ &. ir'. Y \ glacier of Alaska: was. named. '.will consist, but can ,state Cocoanut, Grove, Fla. 5-25-tf-ycl. ,.JORTHESOUTH. t' : '

I-. ...4i.; ,"htm.'; -''Miami- more',. .favored, than, : Edwin Nelsoe will'soon be in receipt The professor after'an has extended just returned exploration to civilization that; the expense,will 'I involve':'many ;i>- '.-- For Bent >"' ;y St .cle"Ev_ ' Ii.." ..'/, .rt,,',.., 'i; 1.-J,
othersection:' f FiorIda'wlth rich thousands of dollars and the ei 3tw1iiagreatiinproement Grows on SarUeeonlrJ ,Does aot "' -'
S.;.,:1. :a ty : : of.rery:hal d om&ambuiance wagon of the upper waters of Youkon rl Ver in b ; botlIn ;?]The Blver'View, Hotel\oppoaite germinal ., .Interfere with Shmboery, ete.r I' :1 -

j .;: ; P.JaDdJck,. prairIe1 cIay'sndptheir which be has ordered from 'the manbfactnrers. Alaska;; Hi*homers at Martinez,Col '. bjuild- I station, containing; large, /-W.'H HASKEtW324 ;''' t IIo,. :
nds. Mr is waiting
; 'mit.we must '.not forfret: the many iOglanltgr- ; ,Gibson rooms besides.kitchen.. For information $ "
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./ : other' things,'which promise: to make y,. ', s ., -. orado.Jw / ', the'movement- of,- other' parties._ ', ",' ". -1r" ,call on address' : vr ', , 'iPirie' :."#'.'': :
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- : t 'occ '. L John D. Hefty wife, tnd,4aughter ofInianapous.Ind.ui Ne1r line neckwear.' AnthonyBros..A ; ,- : 1.* ,0. B.p BJt.KB. I and GIade >; ;<; '
\,1", am1" 19".Sbe,. .aPI :.agesjgrapJiIca1posItIon : Bigh-gradeClothing_ AnthonyBr&.OureprnCatvedid _. 6-23-tf-fs-w .Lemon : i.- ?
't ? 1 ; whIcMf ocpupled in:tne city with ,thBisceyue I last ''HoDda'tw *"' \ *' "' '" t" City :,.
i Land ':for: S I \ .- /
t seekIngaIoct1onir a'' bard 4 f
Tiew'of &winter 'day's :
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the already cities : J JI ; I
.-- } t 1 hyother.9f large 'l* -C1 men from far distant 'sections of the. / ,.Citation. .
,4' : i: 'J tot the'country they.woold double theirpopulation ome., ,/ . l' ]* '}, world:met., They ,were ProL John work Wednesdiy'rhIt1ojfarznSitintheRiscijne > COtTBT'OF THI: COUKTT JCTXJI Of 'DiCocjrrr i Eighty acre*of Und'of.wbkh 13' ." 1' I.. .'\ .:>.J.
; :. befoundation. pkn :101""the :Presbyterian section and.during the. ': ,.STATB or FLOBID. are fine"gU ' ': < ,
: 1 It.: eTery f ew.yetrs.f.The. ,same 'J i ; Muir after.whom tbe'ulr GJacier of entire found only farmer who ta the matter of the Estate of Joliav K I ,.- eulilT tkxi,'and (8 acres of pfne 4 acres., .. -r O'\
one <
day .
).::" ': 'y.- must''rCTult fo ,Uaml.. TTe, are',just church _hare l arriired*and Alaska' x was>named, who has. f just did.. take .,.:D.Tuttle.' late of laid County' ,"de- ,'Chtioi.7eeased. 'r under cnUiTatloniJ.' tog boas' ?. + ;.
not -4
:already our pipeiThIspne ; 'il .
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'Et; ,,npw'reaching out a/: ,hand rf across ',the workupouthifoundatjonwa1ljw1flbOOOmxnncidt' returned from a 'thorough 'e ntloo : ,It : ; ,1J la good oud1tlon.1thtu&ted'two.' mIles,,o Y" ;

i;: 'SUaIt1.,Of.JOridaf.. :" brIng:through" bnc .f .'' 7 ?: ', of 4he'h head'waters"of-the Youkon, and manwis: secured be' u a subscriber ;of the appearing saldTJaUa from D.Tottl the IstVwill.laie J and'sa.1dcovant tutavent< *'wesfof Coeoannt Grot .two JaDes from ; "
> : BeV:waa found to an bid acquaintanceland schoolIn good neghborTwobua>, I
I::.:> r. t :bur pteithefprocfoctl"ofOuba.'fJa1i: ; ./Belcher' series 'oysters,"in all aiylIn Hon:_\'JosephVp.: Kerby 'who ,bis",just 'next-door deceased.; -.IT. H. DeWitu'of'CleTeUai ,dredfrnlt; trees, 1nbex1ng.W.flhM:: " ..J,1.

44{:, )J i id, the products of the Buauy Isles his dining parlors.- ', 0-2-2t returned from-an' exploration',of.the neighbor ofth 'familyofthe State::'of,; Ohio.and< !;:,.KtnK l y'of;Miami. 'farming(iBipkments. ITerms I&'ea't "t.. :
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ftbeMzTzoPoisaybackin'the ,! 8UW of Florida,
/publiShers were daljTiappolated; eteeijkton l
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'. ejnst; across the.galf stream '- -f.- bead watersjof, Amazoiaway; in or;$ witt aaOO,cash baUnee'twoj:. ;, c ,, .
'- : Adam; Corell chief : and truit4s of said ,
' : veterinary surgeon . early., TO's)In 1 Micbian i estate,Sad (fartberappcarlac \
tars Interest ,
-r1 with Address' w' '
JBf America : "
;fr.m'our doon. : Ibnjjthe Icbesnewterriiory South -
l; the7th Army XJorps,is home. the'interior. of "I : among- .. k -by name Cbas Ingalls. J SoOlififiyears thatihe said'pertooi aoappolntm4usforiutdhtve ' s:: ::;., }
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-. : f duS.oUr:: ; of Forto':Blobicomcthls the Dde.Ji ,, of petition dnty filed,applied
-- for > .
: few : the f '
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: : will a. daysV furlough 'befC \ had passed. since;the tlmeznention to this Court-tot letters testsmeotarr oa said C000ATVT O3OYZFI/ ; "k 1; 7'
..r" 'ioust1argely : waya' corps'mores' on. .'to. .'Hayana torprri.on If:youlikethVMiTBOPOUs.thewayyou : c, when",the 'two;,families ,separated estate.'::.This therefore Istoeltoapdadmoolfch' _:8m-Us-btn -J-; ; _ : .,t-\
: ,. !.:1\h ,:otbe. other Isles r ofthe Car.riean 40tr '-s, d : see it todaysend Us'I.roJor: ::a 'Mr. : all sod:itnpiarthS',belnlrgr4eeS nil rei1t- '.i"' 7'
Sea., illami inn$pnjflt largely ; year in advance;; or we will send it. to. Ill&comingtoPloiida. .,tors of the; said:Jails PTuttl;deceased, ( .r,. ".J- ; '
:The flne new building'y'W:Glide- for$2.00 year 'pa'ablec.dqrlugt.btlear. During all these years the families bad 'peronallj : :.
you per -
L gbyibffv| ;How :large ',no-oKe kDO to be aad appear,before me,on" \' .' -.>Iii J'C (
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well OaAe.D D'eXi'to'the Kmoi-ou, .: "-' , / <:-; tiThe ; n noVbeard each other until. achince 'i1 : ", : '
; .,1'. j1uigfgstIon\ may' picture' a brllliant -. .: ,K th* Otn Day of December D'.lSia ,-.v ) :j 3k
'. : ..' :'prospect j, onnd se'nse: oflBce, iaabont O npj itd.; ,Mrv Glide! tamil taken the'Do':the meeting at'Mr.' DKau'-;home Wedoesdaypr "" at by office la Juno,Florida and ibow'csuteif llnt, l I.: .\,.} :: i ;
: 1" j says well will'open tu.a: boarding house City rKel,;W at' iiOth.Iatt r \ ; ; ;; :: fany:they/ea,-why the (aid";lett ri e tamcbtary -' .: ."
". jrts..wHIJ; et1", oaf share \fu, time ; ,: r-- ',- 2 :):. : -,- ,.t >- should not issue sa prayed lor'wltb-, : % .! .& #. ',rL;,
d 'r :
-L:' aad'that time is not fair distant'either.VncleSamjmasiJnth fnjiTery*. >,'er 'l'r.! .. .J" :0-' steamer undergoes; p lnupol'.tbdtl. Florsbeim'' hand-madeshoes.,at An- out requirement of bondGlren / '"% > .",". av''-,p1- ', fviJ

1.1; : *\ ;; (Yeryjnetr; f a. : Dr. W; Bunaejifeiid.soaofattbe; dock ;at Wilmington t ,- Pel"' The thonT.Bros. ; :?'- -' -\, under nt band and ie'sl this'2'iiJi dayofOctob.rA.D.15Q8. .- : .i't, : .r'
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: MIamI'wetupOnherflrstrun: Wed : } '; .- ."i' . :' I't.i 't.; ,J.
1 .. :f:tlire give as Sfife t of water and abund Gtoyersvllle,N.Y., are guests '.The: :following;is'condensed' from.:a 4'(1..8.1( ) '-.LE.SnSELL.S.T. ( } '
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J' i anchorage In) !most-perfect BI, Jni. ,They are, seeking' a:'ll Omefor nesday:: nigbt; The/yesterday Key West for, r
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i' c !r jivaVboriin'the,world.- In:the',not "die4 I DrGnrnsey'atwo( listen, 4nd, ,awihter ..'-The Miami, is' scheduled( togoupontheflirina ,21,'"Licentiate'John Ti Feels .; ,iiGuardian: Notice. '** .,-_ .' \ ;" ; .} '

: ':.s tantfUtUre, (strategy' !.will ,dictst ,.the] .home, for the family.Charles' . run Dec. 4,,therefore \ war'ordained1 ,byf he;Presbjteii!.of 1?Notice ii hereby dyeD that 00'tbe'8tb day pi } ;:{ .
"'oonstruction. : 'Of naval: staUo\'o Cairo, andi installed of thehDrch'wbichbehasbeenserTlngsince December.'1898V.or as soon thereafter ten . ''
as
- 'j* !: Sargent, botoniat l :who, the West has not } pastor U1 { r 1'
much -J {
Key
..' of the.keys j just across bar$ beau tl- ; yery be,heard,I shall.as fnardisaAl Nor VlJack4 ; : r .
; baa n'io\Jllaml for:some time ez-; time to spare and get poi her."ru {by, .son'minor.ward)apply loOSe Conutjjudje f :OP1IUNTINGTON'i..: I
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,..j:$:..biylwitibr f,the.i necessary;;:l4nd'rd'e"Ooming amlning1 oifrflora, pronbonces;MIamlsection l the date r entloiiid.UaEei ., ; "> bis.:graduation. from* .McCormick.:.Seminary,1IajJest.ThIsierYIcewaa Dade County,8taU of Florida for authority' ? '"4.2ropretor.., r \ ..'. -. ..''"., .r

: '.L terses.. : down xtq -"present, ,the.:;4oeen 'of the'Soqtb TheProfessor ; ,I ; nnusuallyjnteresting sell and convey that piece of land belongln'R' Located '* m0.4. *pJeum'-p.'UI.lf'] :,
.i :: ,: Jt.e lsto be 'abundance, of, employ left for ; &'Baulersbn;have- a: choice because ,Ittwas: InCatrp her situate In ald-county andk1iowu a*Lo\ , in. the
Key WestpntheCftj .
snpply'of ,'apples,- nuts candies I> ,: -; .
oranges :
; ( of
'inent tht wn terf or.every one without Monday.night.' .c ,cigars and tobaccos'which-they l that.Mr; ; Faris krindfatiier'tbe Thirty-four s4) ,Jnplter Island";at" siiire'ytd' '' ft.tT.i..t '
and mapped H. *
by W Gleaion '
-',, .' ;.lD&.to: & sau.,,to:secure: it 'Some are selling at,reasonable orices..'6-26.tf late Bey.John,M. FaJis,'spent the last ..Date40tober28th,19 \ < > BTPara;' filtered rain water.J..na 4 for 3 '
For a nice clean shave:go to the Up ." "" ,- s .o ; dt6ry.purpose.thrdn hoQt tbetboUL .
JLwill gotherebut, they need not., fafddi twenty-flye: yearsof.his,life :andvin --t- O.LwALUE4nov.nov ; itf.Dj.II1 \
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l '. : 'new .To-Date Barber Shop!: -6-t-4W.cl 7 Mrs*J A Bobbins.of. ,.4th street walt .. ; .. ;; ''X Daytona, '&, $ -. ,( '"k-", '' '
tkTn.to the ; '
# ': ; many:: prospects : ; : the. 'same' presbjteriatAinabisfather \ '."'. 't
r rt mentioned, ,in :\ifrntorpua_ : *' ;4aat .The'pupils of the Miami; school wish pot allowed, -,to- be. Satisfied' !with, the- , .the:.Bey.'\rLF.ariai, i>;.O;; ' '"

_J- .' reek there" will be the b'ulldinjf of the to extend their:thanks to HrsfiBcraggs home" birthday- presents: on SatqrdaJ.Wh' of 1am1'aw1s! :pastor,:for. .eighty ; C'QO.c: : ': "

r hoepltil fOD the soutn side of 4th street and.[!.oi aVor their aasistaoce Friday lorIotbe:evening" ;a company. ofher irs.' Another,,son' of :the f Miami' L" ." . ,.

_& !lfbtw eii4ye..D.and: *'the'bouieyszd: ; eveningNOT.! .'.ll:,at the" library l neighbors,' who -discovered' 'from pastor, the-Ber.'Wallace! .-Fartiwas: 'aodQ': iJ

p c Y rl.Dg.tb.'.north;_half:of, Block, ,:40, sapperfal"ll who vso genepnsly one:spe1atrii: l dtbat it was such an ordained two'years: ago by'the'presbytery : :
donated anntveqarj-surprised. h!: by a"visit, "' : : S* V >- '. ::
:which will be commenced )au:early to the entortainmenty. of :Pittsburghwhere" the familywas ->& ; Jr\
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after and *
and some1
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merry (fames musicthesurjrIsed ? ,
-m 1c1 se. ?he"HTo ouihas; :not; seen' : : OPoL1l'J pleased to learn her again'.by .serving i: then -residing',and' Is"now a missionary :,rt/ *" ",.*< ;:.<; : ; -"- *

-& t1 rtbtrpiaia yet, but;theyrwlli; be.on: ;a that vChM. MIlbarn I :has ,sufficientlyreoQvered cake, ice 'creazn.fruILsTaudcandis.. ,: in' China.' ,:A tblnl"'o' :Is'a: vn; 4-'fr.. 'v'S I

, :':'quite elaborate'' scale. TWhy liar,not !from;the:operation be wascaHed student' (tbft ;ministry' though' this J : > >% qA" {'' -' : < "
.0100witb'feellags
The event :will rUe in her *
,: :)ia.l''Pro nis1Dg'fqtunolt: ':the i ,upon,to undergo orappendictis of appreciatien' and l love year .absent from:.college "land.*_serving ".}f ,";If i ; l .I ."

L :; Jtlraina ,of the ETer>1&4e8".boQld"Dotl; at the''bosp1talat' /St. ;Aaguatine. to ; .Christian love.v ., compositor in a printing'office in :"r% r55i ; : '
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1'; :BftiteTJalize.I : "in Jrej.rd tq>;tbic 'there i return to his hCAtDyoui.Townley V -, i San'. .Frariciaco,where)bis- father:Sras rt .V : f : .

10I" 4e i-nothlng:to A :report new., It still ', """ f & Why 'walk ,when, ')00"can ride, a editor ,and. -publisher' of a, religious t.,:4--'.-." ,." <, '' 'c't ,.?',. ," $-1'Ii'', f "_'..."r. t' ji"i.t'.-, '" ",tf J"c.-.. 'M.
1Mi4aas 6 did when: last Bros wiI| commence ;"at Cleveland wheel for$27.60?; "'98 model), .; : p--- i:
1 we ,spoke 'o( for some before re .
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; newspaper yeara ; : :
ofleiebu11dIgg ftofour.roontottagsjustnorthoftbi; fall nickel plate:only$47.60 r 99 model), .
w ', : r-.3t.Eyerything ii,moving all_r1git! : 80-incbrwlieel, tbe.1atest$6O;-1 must,:movIng to Pitt&burg. Each of these: : ; c r
railroad :? j
g '-ssiThe.4.Iipttt1hscboIi. : on close the wheels:out., If,'you,want aNo. i Sons haieryethistlmitthe. case" : > 'IE ii '
;
_ : \ f' AD.&They.w1IIa1so remodel '
; t..(,: : : : and .. wheel; come and see me.. C.,M. and 'as :iforemen.of:a:;'printing office;
q 7, X, .. : change toe,location.of.the e&ttsgefoi. GBXXB, opposite the Miami Hotel2t ,. 1
{ first named their $ t'-t. q. "V \ ,
,, '" "J I and the two paid own L' "
-J.. ApeUtoii} ;, waa:;anliiaittedto;{ ;the merly Wn8A.Baer.at1thlCpoi : : ji. M. Clark of Danii rJ In\ fthiiiogymostlyiithearnligisecuiid : :Time'::IS' "' 0-- o" f.o' '
and school .f.--
i'Count, ;:SchooXBoard at Its. :last lmeetfjnjf > : ' --" _- ", was: the, ;cityTuesday i way through college ', "Xetve! eep>, ;,:'
., While,down on the hesecured in -' :
Bay- ;
; =
!. '',:, 'by the--peop1e" I li InjrtipoQ: that ,.Ojiters I ,.O 1 ten i. Oyi ters lit t ::,,Atthe. :the, :services 5 t of, Frederick thIswi t" : ,'.' "- ," '' iYIoiiy. t"f FuflLioSp' -

to 'tbrlTing. section., 'two or'. threeJmiles . :,Arcade Restaurant' and ,Frnl' ; !
.
Matthaus ,of i Lemon City to .erect *'i K 7
a in hats at
groper thing Anthony
.I. :' :westotMimIknoinAi:Alapat"vah Stand;.: i-i8-fel Ia:4ita ' ": -'-. ; ( : t
J.. Prairie : '.- '. -':-- : starch! mill at pania with,a >capacity ii Bros:- :. : i.1'i: ;
asking that
a school l' DCriietebUshedin :
tbat : ', : O'Neal, ,of La .Mont,;'agradnate of a_ton. of starch:'perdayv '0.;, Eskil- -. "i. ". ..' _;: > !' 9r v'
There :
k section.' .
are "": *
of the Jasper Normal,arrived son of Chicagohtthehiad: : ,of:the fV1 .
; prairieraft children Bunday',night-at' the' Conolly. and)Is e teipril. 'The" maciiiiery ybas:;.already , . : .-' --- f1"

: '-"s.' t;W Bcboola. e:who'ar.nof abletoattherje"; ; -I now,engaged as teachetiin the B2,and, :..been.;shipped :from:;:the''windyclty \ - ( ( -. v: , :f : ; '

L. s n&-sehool.b. IPf : being; 1M grades in the Miami Bchools. Miss The coontle : ) : !

.," . ..be Ma built" :ItIauked and; ,SChOOl tba-a'lCb t established:'about hoaael: State O'Neal SuderinteBdeat opines WghOnddby) Shield .. X.. ., thickest( :;:/ )of lithe,,any ,place flnesttnd rootarpandlDaniaModelb .we have, ,grows seen, the,.in I ::i- ; ;;: ;; : : .; :'- . :} z l l'C"


I 2 .o 1i<mIaorth ofX.W.Johnson's: -, .'"v. r --; r*' -- -- thlsieOtion.i ; _" .. ._ '3TOCI .O' 4, . .,, .i
T . farm between,tb prairie and'Oranee H,; Q !Bradjey;now> aDentJJ' : 'U|| f<>A-- '- 0 -- -.': L -s c- .-

I, *xHill at the iBtersection the road run' located in Miami as ageai'of the; F.K. ",,:DoOotforget tbtweirrj the prettiest - Watches. 1'f1U. "

'" : C.BylnpIace Geo.llines; ,line ofTadies'and children', .shoes . ,' -kY9S
L ; ; kig to'Ruena Vjsta., This. would beth whpjhas ta be found1ntbeity.';r "" ; i\Tjr i' Ti'w wip- ;
/ -
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been : *'
-;' entra1 between the,' two ,oInts., ,Va transferred to sL Augustine.A"..-A" ,;.; :-,' f ," AnBtOa: . Funeral 'Directoi'aEb1iiiOr. 1' Is,very'comp1ete Jrfa : theJinesteserbroubt. ;to.::;rSf .
new ou.ap'I..btiDg; ft:= .. ij u'1* ,V, >
: for/X
; 'M'iotnowwhitact1 $*
': : li', e school ,, 'SotithElondg j-
; The':-entertainment :Rivenby the : ; 7$ i,' ". ,' ,v .' '
-i.i> :boId tOOk"In1 e 1 tier Tb peopliL and Mrs" Bjradley on,lAh street$ whichwill'soonrbe ; :: '. ; 'c' : : } :
school r children.;last .
( Friday night(: r/v/ :
:__ ., "_"ib epraifrie[ look f or f ,aTorable action :ready'for''their occupancy; the Interests bf the public. fund t n : persnziieeiioi- -a-; ; :: j< Wtniakeraspwialtyp i ., . iae/Rtoainhgv r % A1faIQsceuSjJr' .\ S.* ,
.> : ' < library ; 'wUlbeglTentoalLvt, : . :,_' ; ; : '- " v ;'. "l" ,'.,: ,'
aa"d : "
6" neactWeefclnjjj
: ( I8OPtOiee.1' Tb : 'h ie ;' '; > "p: i
: infpr.D. was a pIeaianaffa1rand Deite4Tthe ; .b eJe ninui '; .
-o ; !>
_ . ": :_-teall iehool J.bulk, a&d.;r school astIo.froas U. .HeadrieksoaVa* ;)Is 'fandlLumcrfen1erta1Oineht.fU: i . < otohere.. aa esily datE;,.:" '; ;1! "r.-- , :;.:, .t" H.J.: ; r"WUALERr: .. : '/' 'k .

,ethIJiht4 ha-. *nuOuce4by'rtheme. tanotIer. be giV It4arn! >lhVwinter 7 lWr :; ', "'a, ,' 2' ;1.1c..a"Jet'o..u''ildin.; ('t .4.n'A,1rr.-l 'r 'i'; ,f'1". :';
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i ing a small passageway to the beck ties producing two ears on each stalk, just alike, where previous crops t&T'I ..t, : f 'itt-- ,' ,. 1' t.'III,
FARMOROVEGARDENaUn'ERS !
door. and if such a variety is desired then been uniform, and makethem 13% by The FQno.1)a: urserT, s.'li \ c:; .''; .

t Now, having filled the '''house, beware seed Should ''be saved only from 27 feet, separatedby a 6-tfoot path. -

>) a THAT WILI INTEREST of heat and moisture, which is talks bearing two ears. It is sometimes Apply 41 :pounds lime (2% ton per f Haivdsonve 1899 Catalogue . .; '1

'J AND; AID_SOIL TILLERS. as fatal as a freeze. But you have claimed that the upper one of acre) to one plot, rake It in, and then What to Plant and flow to Plant It.", "- --; r." .

a' thalt two will produce the earlier maturing apply an equal of kind .I ,_iIi H ,.
ears ,
the potatoes in position you quantity any Tell*all about their linmeaso stack of ;._. ,.
Correspondence of Experienced Men can guard both extremes, as they are crop. If a variety bearing only of fertilizer to each plot and mix in .

and Interesting Extracts From not in one bulk pressing hard on one ear to each stalk is preferred the well. A like .wetglht of any kind of Fruit Trees for Florida Planting ;

Our Agricultural Exchanges Concerning those at the bottom of the heap. Every ears selected for seed should be the 'beet seed should be sown upon eaoh
Describing over 400 varieties of choice Fruits and Flowers and giving foil ; '
Inrtructlon,
Our Farm Crops. abrasion of the skin on a potatois largest which can. be found, of nearly plot. 'Let( each crop mature fully, planting and cultivating; aatne. Over 50 Handsome Photographic llln trmtM>n"and Views for. '

a nidus or repository for spores, equal diameter throughout, and well give them .like attention during the mawlnglt will be sent veritable free u Album l1catiOn.of Southern Send for Frulto a cop1.; and It FtoWew will interest. This you Handsome u Jon are 4,'eta a lover e '

' C Housing- Sweet Potatoes. that are likely Jto locate and develop filled at each end. It is as importantto growing season, and the result will of Site Fruits and lowers. +'

We ibetieve in the old method of under favorable conditions of heat take seed from the best stalks as tell more plainly than can any chemist 'OVI:R ONE-HALF MILLION TREES IN STOCK. s

housing sweet potatoes in pyramidal and moisture, into a rot, which, once from the best ears, and whatever. va- whether the soil needs lime. ',
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baulks 'of 20 or 23: 'bushels, covered started, 'is not easy to arrest. riety may ,be preferred every ear ; ORANGES1'.or.- Soar {ORANGESSatsuma t '
seed should] betaken i $100 REWARD, $100. ..... ..
for
with straw, and five or six inches of "But when carefully stowed in boxes which is selected '

dirt thrown on this, says the Datil each :isolated from the bulk, and from a stalk which in size, habit pleased The readers to learn of that this'there paper is at will least be Orange on Citrus Trifoliata Stocks, a Specialty : ""l . s-

+? Pepper. Bat numbers of persons are free .from abrasion with free circulation of growth and number of ears' approaches '
desired one dreaded disease that science has | All 'the best, tried and tented I .
l .
clamoring in the agiiouI ural press of air, you onay feel safe from : closely to what is the been able to cure lo; ail its dbages and P EAC' ES I }f ratlaties.Orerloot00peachtrees In i 1 PEACH CTvJ O .. ;' *

I-5V- for other methods, and for their benefit loss as the surplus water dries out, form for tihat variety. ; tock.---.T -
that is catarrh. Uall's Catarrh Cure is .
: we give one, contributed to the under ordinary conditions. Plums, Pears, Persimmons, Figs, Mulberries, Gripes :. ;
the only positive cure Pesta. fruits flowers adapted to Florida Planting
Combating Cabbage proportion
i' Home nad farm by M. F. Berry, of "iihese facts suggest the necessity the medical fraternity. Catarrh beinga '''

Pachuta, Miss, as follows: of ,throwing open One potato .house To the growers of cabbage it mightbe constitutional disease, requires con- Over 100 Varieties qf Choice Field Grown Roses._ # ,

"Aiter years of experience I have doors of cool, crisp nights and day, of interest to note an experiment stitutional treatment. Hall's Caltarth!
York experi- REMEMBER that WB PAY THB FREIGHT and that we have done to forth* put
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abandoned all the old plains--of success not weather of bin carried on at the ew Two Year and i
freezing course Cure is taken internally, acting directly alto that we were Pioneers telling high grade Nursery Stock at low prkee
add Nilure.s-4or a potato 'house cool days, with temperature above ment station with a view of combating upon the bloodand surfaces

here described' w'hidh has proved a M degrees days on which dry northwinds cabbage 'peats. !Almost all gardeners I of the system, thereby destroying the POMONA NUHSERIES ,. '"

F success and very satisfactory."First . blow, which opens the cotton experience difficulty in treating foundation of the disease, and givingthe The Gritting Bros. Co. Proprs. Macclennyi: ; Florida.'

get three sills 6x6, 16 feet Dolls and which makes she chewing cabbage with insecticidesv account of- patient strength: by building up tt

long, and place ion blacks or brick tobacco dry and crisp in your pocket. of the crowding together the constituittau and assisting nature

pillows one ;foot high, to avoid rot lotatoes will dry out, too, if you give the leaves and the: it smoothness difficult to of reach their rn doing its work. The proprietors HILL & 'to. ;h
surfaces, making
and rats, placed five feet apart to deem a chance on such favorable occasions. hove so much faith in its curativepowerar a

.;l make the! house ten feet wide; cover Beware of damp, cloudy a": parts of the plant and'adhere hat tLey offer One Hundred "

these sills with inch boards as the iays. Uiose the door before tae when applied. To make the application Dollars for any case hat: it falls to SANFORD, FLA. r ,$:' ,:.
effective it is therefore necessaryto I
bottom- floor, on which place the \\arm, moist south winds blow. if will cure. Send for list of testimonials. Owing to the tease expiring and contemplating a change ID the bubeA. '1' '
sleepers, 2x6, nailing each end of you lail your potatoes will be wet select an insecticide that stay Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., will 'sell all the remaining: stock of Hill ts- goods at a -s 1 ;
Hardware of aU kinds Doors. Sash, and Tt
where it is put. After repeated tests rue. Ladder, Bs1at Machine. .R
s:epen; !to studding 2x6, eight feet with dew, in.the same way that the Toledo, O. Oila Planet Jr. Cultivator Oil Heaters Fihing Tkckle. at prices lea than th. '.
that readily radiates an excellent material for securing coaL Artist )diateTYal at half price. Agent for the Sorrento BI1ck. SpecJ&a-pr1eM c
high. Between these sleepers fill in evening grass adhesion Sold by druggfeta. Hall's Family In car load Iota.
with sawdust and nail on the second heat and condenses tine vapor oi !the uniform distribution and perfect Pills are the best.
into dew the has been found 1n a resin- W. J. HILL. _.
floor, packing sawdust between tihe warmer atmosphere on I i

floors. Then nail ceiling on the inside ,pitcher of ice water in summer, being lime mixture. In preparing tthls mixture Planting Cabbage.We L

: and weatherboards on the outside colder than the surrounding air, solution it is"from necessary the fallowing to make formula a stock: read with regret in a State ex- PRICE LIST OF FERTILIZING MATERIALS t

of the studding and fill In' with gathers dew on the outside surface. dhange that the farmers will proba- r..JIi th.
Puverized resin five pounds, concen
than
cooler
sawdust as ceiling goes up. Pierces2x6 -The potato is naturally bly plant: little cabbage this fall, as

; inches nailed on top of studding warm summer air, and under certain trated animal lye one oil pound, fish tallow oil or any one the prices are so poor. The Danish S a rule the f =''n< r, trucker and fruit grower+has M pay two
except
extending two feet over front andre auditions we have seen our potato cheap cabbage and other extra hard-headed commissions. A commission, on everything' he buys' and_ aconimissipn --

"will make plates on which joists House and potato banks dripping with pound, water five gallons. Place oil varieties occupy the markets all win- everything he sells. What we desire t'do isto _ar

2x6)) & :feet long may be nailed, extending water. Keep the cool air in and shut resin and a gallon of water in an iron ter, and even .until April. But by this ,save him the commission; on,all the fertilizer he use jy selling -
until resin is softened -
kettle and heat
'one
:. of a prank 1x12 Dor the rafters to spells of warm weather'open door at ; add lye solution made as for is pretty sure to .spring up and afford and the commission of an agent if'you an interested ,saving "
add remainderof ,
rest upon, gluing a wide eave. night and close of days; and if the soap, stir thoroughly, remunerative prices. these commissions give us your orders;: for it is only by handling '
is water and 'boll about two hours,
"Put e floor on fine joist, leaving temperature of the potato house until the mixture will unite with As a .general thing cabfbage is planted large quantities of goods that small margins can, be maintained. 'Wee "' -

.- loose a 12-inch plank to. be raised forventilation. above. 63 degrees I have placed with cold or water making a clear, amber too early in Florida. ;We growersfail were the first to take the initiative. ,steps-to reduce the cost of fertilizer i,

good effect a quart of bi-sulphide carbon to bear in mind sufficiently the the and therefore sho uld have their' -1 t, s
[ On this floor put five or colored liquid. If the mixture has to growers supportIf
in shallow vessels on the top tier difference between a vegetable: that wish special formula, mixed will do it"for .
six inches of sawdust end cover(house boiled too: much add sufficient you a we yo .chargr.
kills away
It
J of boxes and closed the doors. comes in competition with cthe cellared the actual of materials used1 and ton =
with boards or shingles in the usual boiling water to make five gallons. ing cost. $i per for mixing.
way, leaving a. small door in each gable every insect that toxfeste' the\ potato or pitted crop of the North, wbidh The following are our prices for the next,30 days: }

3 to be closed at pleasure. The house, and, perihaps, destroys spore For use one gallon of this stock solution is usually not exhausted until after Sulphate Ammonia 14 to 2& per cent. am moats..... .....- ... .....;.............. StSt ,,4

should admit that otherwise might develop into one is diluted wifih sixteen gallons the frost is out of the ground in the Nitrate-Soda,17 to 20 per c ammoul< a..... .... ........, ..v" ........; iOOOS?

studding be so placed as to or more varieties of rot. But can't be of water and afterward three gallons spring and a wfoidh, however Dried Blood. l* to IS per c ni. ammonia.. ......... ....... ........ .................. lUl7High

of two doors 2x5 feet, one at positive, as I have not .had houses under of milk of lime or whitewash added. it be crop, finds rival In the Grade Blood and Bone 10 to' 11 per ct. ammonia.... ........ W-O1* W.
early may no
each end shutter close '
fibbing on out- same conditions to make the teat. The resin mixture is in reality a Northern' markets m the spring orwin'ter Blood and Bone, 6'/' to 8 per ct. amm onia> and 15 to 20 per trt. 'phosphoric ;

side and sliding doors inside equal Bi-sulphide gas is heavuer than air, liquid soap and the addition of the acid .. ..... ...... ..,.....f. ............ ......... ........ .i KM, \ ,
the unimportant -
except .perihaps
,i tt> double boon, with: air chamber be- and drives the hot atmosphere out lime burns it to a hard soap which remains from the hothouses. Caib Bone, fins ground, a to 4 per cent.' am meals 2S per cent. pbospaorlo acid..XJt -

., tween. With house complete the above, and the cooling effect is notice- suspended in the water in minute supply ( Bright Cotton Seed Meal, T, to 9 per'ce, nt ammonia..... .. ............19JO ,

mo important item is ;yet to be not The base is an example of the former i Dark Cotton Seed Meal Ri to 7 per cent ammonia...... ....... .... ..... lilt "
the stations poison, one-
able. I hope experiment: particles. '
ed. class, :tomatoes of the latter. Cab- Potash High Grade. 90 to 95 per cent sal phate'potash. M to H per Beat actual *M
will make the test. fourth pound of Paris green, or other bages are wintered over; tomatoes Potash, Low Grade; 48 to It per cent sulph ate potash. K to 28 per cent actuaLl ... "" t r

"About 400) to 600 boxes, or number' "The house and boxes are a considerable arsenate is
bo suit size of bouse or size of crop, at first, ,but .the labor of .poison adhere to the finely Florida also encounters cellared oldpotato Potash Kalnlt. 24 to 28 per cent. sulphate potash U to IX per.cent, actual.11*, r

CouM: be made'of uniform size expense divided particles and are thus a I Hardwood Ashes 6 to 8 per cent,actual potash........... .. .... ...... .........H4 .
say counts for many ;years, besides the soap in the 'Northern markets, but Acid Phosphate. 14 to 15 per cent available phosphoric acid... .......'.......... IftJI ,.,. "
14x17 and 15 inches deep, which will convenience of unlocking the door distributed throughout the mixture the vallablo .._ ....... w
always gets popular preference Dissolved Bone Blac. H to IS per cent a phosphoric add .. KM,
hold near one and: a half bushels, and and taking a box to the kitchen, in minute and uniform quantities. while an early Florida' cabbage is no Tobacco Dust. This dust is sold by sunp le and Is guaranteed to be unleashed ,:

need no top: cover, and small crack whtidh lasts ,till used, and for feeding The soap solution is very adhesive better than a well-wintered Northern and to contain all Its fertilising and Insecticide properties... ...... ........... JMt ,, "

no objection. Tihe boxes may be last and thus a thin film of poison is madeto Ground Tobacco. Stetps..M; : ......:.. .... .:. ....".......... 13J5 .,
stock and for shipping. My shipment : and not 'be as good.
made of refuse sawmill stuff, and: old was in April, all smooth and stick to every part of the leaf cabbage Hence the, bulk may of 'the Florida Land Plaster.... ...... .............. ........ ........ ...... ........ ...... ..:.......... lOA
crop Salt, either coarse or fine In 200 pound M cks.. 85 cents or by the ton........._.. Ui ,
a'siat Ixly inches upright in each inside application must be tlhrown into competition: with the Blood and Bone, Bcnc, Add Phosphate Dissolved Bone, Sulphate --
i corneaof box and a strip oi the power machine either a. strongly
Saving Seed Corn. old crop. Ammonia and Kainit_ are put ip in 200 pound sacks. Cotton '

same material on each side is a gbod A recent bulletin from the agricultural made knapsack or a' barrel sprayer, One winter we-bad a small crop of Seed Meal and Land Plaster, 100 pound sacks Potash all kinds v
fcamdholt, in. lifting the (/box. At Mgfflng a* no horse power machine will do '\
department on "Corn Culture cabbages which we began to despairof except Kainit, 224 pounds. Nitrate Soda is,in, un. -en -acks from ,e ;
time itiheee boxes distributedin the work thoroughly enough or carefully -
are
in the South," contains: the: following ever marketing. Thousands of bar- 200 to 300 pounds. Hard Wood: ,Ashes, barrels:? of 250 pounds. Tobacco -; '
and cauli-
the fieSd, and careful hands shouldfill that> is good for any corn growing enough upon cabbage rels were being shipped North Dust in 100 and 125 pound bags and cases of 350 t0'4SO ;i :
flower. To make two of
:wfcth eating 'potatoes without: a applications March andApril
February,
throughout
section .
'scratch or (bruise, rejecting all cut po:= I : ten acres of late caibbage after the and bringing returns, pounds. ,
"Corn is varies very poor
a plantwhich so
ttatoes'which should' go Into separate quickly and can Jbe modified so easily plants are two-thirds: grown, would sometimes not even enough to cover E. O. PAINTER &]CO.;': : i \

(boxes: No further handling is necessary require materials worth $5, time in post of transportation1. Fortunatelyour

as the :full boxes are placed on by planting seed from any desired preparing! stock 75 cents, and ten days crop had been planted late, the JACKSONVILLE, .FLA._; > :
form that constant care in the selec-
and' transferred- to the house laborwhich at $1.50 per day; .would be
wagon glut :thadpassed by, the old cabbageof
tion of seed is intelligent -
aa important as
and set away In t'i8l'lJn on top precisely cultivation. The of $15, a total of $20.75, or about $2 per the Nor!tVt 'toad been cleaned 'up The State College '- ,'
period
of another, on eadh side, lewr acre ;for (treatment -wfhlch will insure and we received pretty, fair prices, You find ttk* man who Is Interested'La ,- r
growtttx may vary; from SO to 200 days; almost perfect freedom from injury At Lake city the welfare of Florida' and you wilt And J
the height: of the stalk from six to i and singularly enough, ;better pricesin the one who Is In no smatf way fully
made '
by tine worms.: A strong, well -
sixteen (feet, and the number of ears Jacksonville. than in New( ork.- Offers Superior Advantages for Acquiring alive to..the Interests of Its metropolis
knapsack sprayer must /Ibe used, as Times-Union andlr' Citizen a the city of 9 mss,
;, BnWs1 on a stalk from one to eight or ten. the mixture is "Kftie' to clog valves
s Some stalks produce several branchesor GOOD EDUCATION
and nozzles, and cause. severe straining

Con 'suckers,' while others 'remain of a light sprayer. The workman. piso's CURE: FOR M Along the lines of Modern Thought'and JACKSONVILLE s
1
I strictly ingle, and in some "the cob Activity. ,
( work and mast -
l must be close to !his 11stCaig ,IIMg i
: has fully three .times tihe diameter it thoroughly: coat every leaf, .both up- In time. rop.Bole br we.arvgRlets. Engineers, Physicians, BookTkeep- It'will not occur to him that be'is not *o V :

Deans pain,danger and has-14} others. The size and Shape of per and under surface. It seems firmly : g CONSUMPTION <".. Interested although his bom- his- family if.not. . "

wives.possible death for some r the grain shows equal differences, established, :first hgt resin-lime' ers, Agriculturists, and kindred. may be inTAMPA I
For others it
and color is almost the '
/ Chemists
only perma- ;
'
means practicallT no mixture and Paris green, thoroughlyand
discomfort at all. There nent-characteround: in any of the when .
carefully applied pl4nto are i fiat feed
is DO reason why-cbildd. ..1 Y hundreds of ;.varieties in cultivation.. one-third grown, and again Just before s aaraN SUCCESSFUL MEN AND WO.TIKJtIn u

birth should be period This variability is due.. partially to a and Hodenf railroad fcre mid Tbe of have ,.only a winter resort of great prowl .
all
of pain and dreadSev.: It Iii : the heads are formed will almostvs4bolly largest.and beat schools in the South. Departments Industry nence. but ODe'of the busiest and most .
ena months"before a lInimentwoma.n natural tendency to Variation and prevent damage to ]late cabbage _IISI'S Business' ,been Educated here. progressive In the entire South. i ,
-'bocomes- a to be applied still more lothe fact that eadh"ear: second that the collegesJntafla.
; acre expense I Fall Term Begins Oct. 4. Send for new r lAND'
mother she should ex. is usually fertilized by; :pollen from need not be $2 per acre, and third Co..,BL BlrmIDifiaI, Ala. Illustrated. Catalogue to
ternally.It
herrelf for
prepare many different stalks and so may give Monism Ala. ,
critical l crdeaL It relaxes that there need be no danger to the
W. f. YOCim, President,
the is crosses between the plant on which\ it Write U one for CftUlocae No. ;
There isa.prepara u e- consumer from such treatment. Texas Lake City Florid ;,:
tion made''whieh 1s dos and relieves was grown and a score or 'more of _Stockman. like .Its elder sister the sootnermost Ur: r
Yon Want
:...
intended for this thedistension tlhose which surrounded; it. Although a of our fraternal Union the unique" aDd.

propose alone. it la possible for a plant to vary widely --- James beautiful ctty of '-
The name of gives elasticity Grape ,- .,
this-\+wonderful to every from the one on which the seed Testing the. Soil. ..

: _,, preparation is organ con. was grown' floe posalbil3Uet axe Professor H. J. Wheeler, of Rhode Vine. How about ROLLINS COLLEGE 'KEY-'WEST '-
corned in -
I o th er'S chiULirth, end strong that it will have a close resem- Island, gives the following test for Campbell's Early? .. "

takes sway &U blance 'to its parent, and therefore lack of lime in the soil. He san. : Vines sent by mail. STANDS FOR
Is close to the .warm, waters of the flmou. -
rn.end. danger and. seed shotfkt be selected from, only Buy a :piece of blue litmus -paper and Interesting prices at.. E. H. HAT- TOROUCH'EDUCATION. ..Gulf. and each thereby connected \
nwrlvdl 1 suffer.ia "
.. test I'M.Iltaii' those'8ta.lkB 'Which. are nearest .to the test .the acidity' of the soil by mixing WARD, DeLand, Fla. PRACTICAL EDUCATION, For tranaportatton. yet both are linked taeWorld .

follow if- Ole form and Labit'de red. For all ordinary a italbleapoonfol or more of soil in a '" MODERN EDUCATION.DEPARTMENTS by the best # ,

remedy is used purpose* the value of a variety cup of water ito make a
I_ during the'wholo depends on tUlle amount of shelled Let it stand fifteen minutes. Then :-
of !3I1Sog Commerd*, RAilWAY \
period preg : CoQegiate, Preparctorv.
t: nancy.: It ia the cornwhich It win produce per acre. with a knife blade insert a 'piece of M*. Art. Nomal.kveryemphaftUU '. .
This In turn depends fully as much on inches O. w ::J r ... ,
onlyremedy of th litmus paper, one-half by two ....: .
kind in the world' the 'and of the q Q? S w guJJ In lhV"i <;oantry and we leave you. to guest
growth productiveness in the soil and after fire :minutes remove laid upon the instruction '
that is endorsed by individual' stalks the size and It h.s. riven. The professors and liwtrneUjrs its rime only remarking that you ,&*a, '
as the
I physician!. tipon the paper rdithrnlt'touching G9p = ; are experts who have held conytpondlng see more from Its car windows thanb7 i '

i\l $1 per bottle an shape of the separate ears, and fortint'reason fingers" 'to it or tearing it, rinse off (the 0,_= {and.positions In the highest' ; colleges In the any other way.' If 'you cannot find rte K r

,1 .. drag stores or"sent seed Should always be se dirt nth water and note whether it v M Cet Beautiful Location,Healthful SnrroondIna name here look on your railway tickets.
by mail on receipt lected in -field rather than from ,r ti a ,Modem Method. Exeellent IJbrary ; .
!' of pi08.FaD. the' has a blue or red tint. If the paperis \\L3 d : : s Fine Gymnasium, Well-f urnlabed_ Rooms, V\
the crib / strongly reddened, Gm! will probably ?, Ae tcAnsNshat : Good BoaTerms Its'file, ', '
BOOKS
con- u saw C i'I Reasonable. Kaeh students given
'taming invaluable inforclatlonforsllvromem- "The,best plan.for saving seed fa togo 'help.rthe floiL To make a trial t: a room to himself without;extra charge. BEST ROUTE.

)- \ ,' through pte."field before the crop of lim .'ln a small way, the: beet testis Itf 'a ai GY.OtGSow AD. Vre*. : j 3+
be sent to ad. o g For further InfTrmitlon and Catalogue '
will anr is < 'the best one beets dhow the benefit -: 'schedule rates, eta '-
dreea application to harYe8tcttDd-gather earsfrom a good: aa >tQ e townXAKI IUOT. Agent. -For particulars f
'
\" npm bes&y-talks. -The, largest yteld* of liming in' marked: degree rn'UBP.u>t.Iu. write to Ol D,. Ackerly. General PSSMH ' ;
,,1' Tlez &W.RisWM Cs. N.'N. U. 7-24 cei---Agent'jack onTin.. ,PTa.PLANIH .
Qa;' ,'engrain are,usoaHy made_from y'arieJ -.:where ills, needed.. Select two :plots
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three acres of pineapples and 500 budsof W. A. Chard, two acres of tomatoesat his 160 acres, two miles west of Lemon :: 1i'Miami ; y
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1MONG THE FARMERS citrus fruits, all doing nicely; besides Little Hirer and three acres on Ala- City, where we found about 150 orange E.A.WADDELL, { ;: "

4.r 4-{ mangoes, guavas,alligator pears, pattah prairie. buds growing and a large number ofmiscellaneous :

.< sugar apples and numerous other tropical M. G. Strayer,20 acres of tomatoes. : tropical fruits. Mr. City and County i.r .1

.t; The Metropolis Scribe Interviews fruits. They have in operation an T. A. Winfield has six acres of pineapples Sands will cultivate one-half acre of ( !;.

\T. Many of Them extensive irrigating plant supplied by on the east end of the prairie; eggplants here alt d five acres of toma- ? eal Estate Bureau t; -1.

X 'i IN THE --- an aermotor, which also supplies their I also some nice orange trees. He will toes'on Little River prairie. /
ALAPATTAH LUION
HUntlX.
dwelling with a complete water system. cultivate seven acres of tomatoes J/ ,'.
i..F CITY LTTTU ftlYXK AND BI" EMOBT SPRADUNQ, A< elect list of Lot '
Bay Biscayne City
( property, *, Frail
They will cultivate of toma- T. W. Dycbea, six acres of tomatoesand '
CATNX SXCTION8. 1) acres
\
In July moved on to 90 acrea of pine and Vegetable tracts of all aizee for investments. '
. ';"", toes and one-half acre of eggplants. one-half acre of eggplants \
land one mile! north of Little River and
.F''} Amusing iaerata of Acreage Thla Tear On I C. WATSON AND CHAS. ICAYBKRRT S. F. Pollard, 1. acres of tomatoes. since that time has succeeded in clear- Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands on West Coast. ,
;: Laat Year.The John B. Merritt five acres of toma- ..
't Will cultivate six acres of tomatoesand ing 10 acres, which he has all set out to For correspondence enclose atampo. -
;
toes. Mr. Merritt has one acre of nice .
j'. four acres of lettuce 1| miles orange and grapefruit buds. Mr.
m METROPOLIS continues this week pineapples and one acre set out to --- AGENT FOR ,
: its interviews with the truckers and up Little River. guavas. Spradling is cultivating five acres of ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS. \

1; : fruit grower of the Alapattah Prairie, MATBIRRY BROS., John Gillette, five acres of tomatoes, tomatoes on the prairie. Fertilizers, Chicago, 111. Chicago, ID.5n.tf.l.r.m
Little River Who live at Lemon City, will cultivatesix JAS. HUBKL -'. .
Lemon City, and Biscayne one-quarter acre of eggplants,and one- 1 Avenue D, over BankMIAMI, FLA. 1--
sections What we have found we tell acrea of tomatoes and three acres quarter acre of cucumbers. Has a homestead three miles back or, ,

in the several columns which follow. of cucumbers on land of Mrs. Pierce at Bunn Burr, four acres of tomatoes Utile Jtiver station which takes in a -F:

We are proud to state that the METROPOLIS Lemon City. and three acres of eggplants.A. considerable amount of the prairie.He I :rAi1: ci: I M ,

: representative has been cordially JOHN CARET K. McMullen and C. II. Billings, has 2} acres of his pine land

greeted and has met with a flattering Owns seven acres two miles wet> of five acres of tomatoes, two acres?of cleared and has some nice tropical trees .

reception at the hands of truckers and Lemon City, which is all cleared, upon eggplants, one-half acre peppers, one- growing. Mr. Hubel i is making a crop Is rapidly forging to the front as

r w fruit growers in the nature of many which are growing all kinds of fruits half acre lettuce, one-half acre celery, of five acres of tomatoes, one-half acre ,

new subscribers in each section visited and a nice pineapple field of about one-half acre okra, one-halt acre of eggplants and one-half acre oil; ,

t one half day spent in the Alapat- three acrea. He will cultivate five beans. / -
cucumbers. These gentlemen have an The in South Florida.
Leading City
: of tomatoes Little River. ;.
,a{ ,Tab Prairie resulting in an addition of acres at interesting piece of hammock land, I EDWARD INGLES j

12 subscribers in three hours' work. COOK wear through which are running two old Owns 40 acres joining that of Mr. __

We hare received a number of letters Have a tract of 16 acres of fine rich Spanish canals and on which is located Hubel. He has one acre of his pine

'*, from farmers' expressing their appreciation land at Little River, which they are the site of an old Spanish mill.J. land cleared and is putting in a crop of EVERYBODY IS GOING TO MIAMI!

of the METROPOLIS'S enterprise fast clearing up. They will make a S. Lattimer & Son have four acres'of tomatoes,one-half acre of '

; and those from sections not yet visited crop of six acres of tomatoes themselves 85 acres, on which we found all eggplants and one-half acre of pepperson Now is time to secure a CHOICE LOCATION, either fo

: urge us not to miss them. and M. P. Whidby will cultivate kinds of land. They have 1,200 trees the prairie.,

,,__ Again we urge truckers and fruit- three acres of tomatoes on their land.w. of assorted varieties and a fine field of A. J. DOUTHIT'S Busfness or residence. Choice)locations in the city for sale b ,

l ti growers whom we have missed by any pineapples. They will cultivate 12
B. MORSE, Homestead is located about 21 miles

doing. acres of tomatoes, one! acre of Irish west of Biscayne station. He has :
One-fourth mile west of Lemon City, -
potatoes, one acre of beans.F. about six of his land cleared :Fort Dallas Lana -
i has five acres of Pine Land with a nice acres pine Company _
it is reasonable to we must .
'k ?-* miss tome. suppose clearing and some nice buds of grape- Mattbaus, 10 acres of tomatoes anda upon which we found all kinds of
.
few and beans.
peppers fruit trees also about
fruit started. He will put out one- growing, one ,
; I. T. AND P. W. MERRITTj half acres of eggplants and one-half : Chas. Schmidt, two acres of tomatoes, acre of pineapples and about 200

Have a very commodious and comfort- acre of peppers. Mr. Morse also has one-balfacre of eggplants and one-half orange trees. Mr. Donthit will cultivate Call on JOHN B. REILLY, Agent, .

: able borne on tbe Bay front at Buena 20 acres one-half mile further west acre of peppers.S. two acres of tomatoes, one acre of Fort Dallas Land Company, Miami 4
Vista. They will cultivate on Merritt's .J. Peters has 20 acres on the prairieon i and acre of and
f which he will set out to an orange eggplants one peppers Or J. E. INGRAHAM Vice-Pres't
Island 21 acres of tomatoes, one acre of which he has a fine home. He will okra on his pine land and six acres of ?

' Irish potatoes, one acre of peppers and grove. E. T. BTINGTON cultivate 16 acres of tomatoes at Lit- tomatoes on his glade land. 1-lair-L.m( Fort Dallas Land Co., Sf. AugustineFla. .

one-half of onions. tle River and 16 acres at Biscayne,
4, acre Has 10 acres adjoining that of Mr. MRS. FAMNII SACNDKRS, ,
where he also has 20
.> J. W. WKATHKRrORP.J Morse, with a clearing' of five acres,on acres.
s Frank Peters,four acres of tomatoes. }Formerly Miss Fannie Tuttle, baa a
-" Last week in our review of tbe section which he will cultivate four acres of -
homestead located about two miles
.Thos. Peters has 26 acres on Little
; -\ of country north of Miami we tomatoes and one acre of eggplants.CHAS. back of station where of
River on which be is setting out a con- Biscayne we B.aqk Bay Biscayne.I
overlooked tbe home of J. W.Weather-
"f JORDAN, siderable number of orange and grapefruit found a very pretty and comfortable
4' ford a mile north of the city. Mrf .
home surrounded by tropical fruits in
Merchant ,at Lemon City, has nine trees. He will prepare 20 acres
Weatberford has four set to citrus -
acres acres one mile west of Lemon City on for tomatoes here and 16 acres at Biscayne abundance, with a grove of young or-

,' ,r* and tropical fruits and will this which he has fire acres of nice pineapples and 12 acres at Snake Creek. ange trees 40 acres in extent. John MIAMI, FLORIDA., _. _-=\ '

j' year cultivativate 1} acres of peppers and will set the balance to Peters &; Doutbitt, 80 acres of Soar is taking care of the place, but as i\ IKOOBPOBATZD DNDIB THB LAWS or' FLOBTDA.WM. ," ,,":: ':.

W. B. YOORHEIS oranges. tomatoes, three acres of beans at Lit he was absent when we called, we did 4. I

-'r'R Hu 80 acres, nearly all prairie, Juit A. L. INQISOlf, tie River and nine acres at Biscayne.W. not learn the amount, if any, that will M. BROWN Conducts. a General Banking -\

\' north of Buena Vistaron which he will One-half mile west of Lemon City, hasa I. Peters 15 acres of tomatoesat be cropped. PMCMOCNT. Business. Issues' Drafts on All 'r

cultivate 10 acres of tomatoes. Little River and three acres at MB,. UATTIX POMIBOT Parts of the World. Accounts '
4:i fine little place of five acres on which I R. R. McCORMICK, .
H. L. ORITTIH' he has growing#acres of pineapples, Biscayne.B. Has an elegant display of all kinds of VJCrPRblD Solicited and Every Favor Con

\ k, win move his family to Buena Vista and is also putting out 200 orange and toes.. F. Murphy, seven acres of toma- tropical fruits upon her 40-acre' tract CHARLES H. QARTHSIDE. sistent With, Conservative Banking ,

k nfrom Michigan in the near future and grapefruit trees. just back of Biscayne station. She has CASHIER.
Chas. Gagnier, five acres of toma- Extend ed.. 1CORRFSPON' ,
will cultivate two acres of tomatoes on A. W. CBOHABTZX six acres cleared, upon which she will .. '

Z*z prairie land of W. B. Voorhees. toes.Cook cultivate one-half acre of tomatoes and .. f
.. Lives just west of Lemon City and is & Zimmerman, five acres of /,
:)E TTS
one-half of Mrs. Pome- :
t acre eggplants. .
w. J.ORIXH
{ preparing to cultivate three acres of tomatoes tomatoes one acre of lettuce, one acre ,
: } Lives at; Lemon City and is making a on land belonging to Mrs. of Irish potatoes. roy is cultivating her own crop, which Seaboard National Bank, New York. s I
is feat for in this climate.W. .
crop of four acres of tomatoes on prairie Pierce at that place. John Hamilton three acres of toma i quite a a lady Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville, Jacksonville.FOREIGN .

land ,of Geo. Olson Just sooth of THOS. RUSSELL toes. D. 'TUBnv ANT a"

Lemon City and one-quarter acre oft Has a neat little home of 20 acres j just Tbos.Carey, five acre of tomatoes. We found to have a clearing of eight CORRESPONDENT: ('

: eggplants on pine land of his own. northwest of Lemon City with a clearing Parker & Smith, seven acres of tomatoes ' acres upon.his homestead 2) miles back Knauth, Nachod and Kuhne, New York.

H. X. MABTSXS of seven acres. He has growingsome ,two acres of eggplants and one of Biscayne station,which is all set out

{ Hs: nine acres of prairie land justsouth nice citrus traits and alligator acre of beans.J. to citrus fruits. Mr. gtnrtevaat has Triple
Iron Vault Burglar-Proof
Elegant apt Safe With Conttssiafctlm Loch
.i of Lemon City upon which he pears, mangoes,etc.,.and will make a B. Padgett, four acres of toma- as fine a patch of pineapples as we have > .

'moved about a year ago from West crop of 1( acres of tomatoes and one toes. inspected anywhere during; our travels. Hl-o.hl m of the lost ImDroied Male ;q

Florida He will cultivate this winter acre of eggplants. Jordan& Spivey, eight acres of tomatoes -|-He will cultivate no vegetables.

"{ ;;:, three of tomatoes. Mrs. liar- one acre of eggplants and onehalfacre '
acres TtrTTU'lHome.tead
.- HABIT
D c. DCPONT
t tens is practicing physician in the of peppers.S. A HIGH < GRADE :F FERTILIZER '
M, Hu 18 acres of pine land just south of adjoins that of Mr. Sturte- .
.0. Littlefleld six of toma-
."" Lemon City section. acres . '
"" ) Little 'BIulO acres just west, and toes. vant on the north. Mr. Tuttle has a adVST :HAVE

\-, W. 'XATBIBBY- 16 acres of prairie, which will be put Soar Bros., five acres of tomatoes.W. clearing of about 16 acres all set out

;:"'- Just came to tbe Lemon City section Into tomatoes. :Mr. Dnpont has some to citrus_ fruita.MRS.. QUALITY
... P. Brooks, li acres of tomatoes, AND REPUTATION :

f"7f. at Lemon City. He is making the following 800 trees of tropical fruits of different. cucumbers ,."
one-quarter acre of pep- surrounded The Ideal These. I
Brands Have
crop on land belonging to Mrs. kinds. place, by a tropical "
-j\, \, pert and one-quarter acre of okra.F. growth of trees of different kinds, is
CHAS. Z, fcOBIBTS
L. W. Pierce:Eight acres of tomatoes, .
; J. Devane, three acres of toma located of Mr. Sturtevant's Then $35 and $40 ton when ;
x y ; ,one-half acre of eggplants, one-half Has 62 acres just south of Little River just west why pay per you can get.a

: acre of cucumbers and one-quarter acre...,. prairie with a clearing of three acres toes.S. H. Lewis has 20 acres just northof homestead. Mrs. Moffat will put i in a strictly high grade, reliable Fertilizer at the following prices ?
small but did not learn tbe .
of peppers. which is set out to fruit trees and pine- crop, we IDEAL FRUIT AND .$30 PER TON 3
the with
.
prairie, 31 acres improved.He amount. ...........,.. _... '
apples. He will prepare for the mar- .., IDEAL POTATO MANURE -;;-;- $31 PEa TOW ....
UBS. L. macs will
W. cultivate 1
# acres of tomatoes
"
IDEAL VEGETABLE JANURE..a.>> FEZ TON ,
,
ket 2 of tomatoes. J'INO lOOP
k Has about 800 acres of land just at the # acres ; and one-half acre of beans. Mr. IDEAL FERTILIZER (lor all stops) ..... ,...933 PER TON "

,south end. of Lemon City, running I /' Lewis also has a nice patch of pine- Is an enthusiast concerning this sec- IDEAL BLOOD. BONE AND POTASH- ............19 PER TON
t UTTLX JUTXK PRAIRIE tion of .Florida. His homestead is SPECIAL MIXTURE NO. 1. ..$ PER TON
'down to! tbe Bay and composed to apples.W. '
(Win. Freeman has four 80acrelracts.at CORN FEBT1L1ZEB..$SO FIR TON
the
of the
located
z some extent of prairie land. A F. Brooks has 90 acres just north upon very edge All Fertilizer Material at Lowest Market Prices.
80-acre
;large tract of Mrs. Pierces land is LittleRiver, and four of the prairie, with a nice improve Everglades which be has a commanding Ask for oar book, "Why We Make the Ideal Fertilizers. 5"

platted into Tillage lots. She hu a, tracts at Biscayne. :Mr. Freeman will ment and nice trees growing view from his, residence

cultivate CO acres of tomatoes himself, Sanders five which sets upon a slight elevation of Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company !
neat, commodious and comfortable Joseph acres of tom
c and his brother, L. Freeman, and ground overlooking the 'Glades for \
I home,surrounded by some 60 fine bear toes. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
nephews, Bart, Charles, and Ward Jules miles. :Mr. Soop' trees, of which he Pigt Foot Brand Blood and Bone ton.
; lug orange trees,400 lime trees, and Watson, six acres of tomatoes $17 per
; guavas, sugar apples and all kinds of Freeman will cultivate 15 acres of tomatoes , and one acre of lettuce. has a considerable dumber, of all varieties Damaraland Guano,the Ideal Tobacco Fertilizer 844 per ton. '

: t tropical fruits in abundance. The \ on his land at Biscayne and Ralph Cleare, three acres of toma- are looking nice"and putting outa

# will be 'cultivated upon Mrs. Pierce's three acres at Little River. good growth; He baa five acres C. G. PHILIPS I AGENT,
'I> Wm. Filer has handsome home toes.Henry cleared of which he will culti-
mac, a on 1) acres
tomatoes of Filer
lands 12 acres of a, six acres two acre of tomatoes 501'l-tt-l.r.q MIAMI, FLA.
4 and the south side of the prairie near the vate to cucumbers and ones acre to egg
eggplants six acres of peppers. a and 1| acres of eggplants.C. \ .
D. railroad. He has a nice clearing on / E. Geiger, five acres of tomatoest plants and peppers. If any of our / .

t-" KNIGHT, his pine land, where he has a good Little River and three-fourths acref i readers doubt Mr.Soop's culinary ability :JcJEI: :

w' /, Merchant at Lemon City, has 40 acres patch of pineapples and all kinds of at Lemon City. let them happen there about 12

k at .Snake Creek upon which he will tropical frnita growing. He will make' peppers i o'clock some day, when Mrs.'Soop is

.' make a crop of 15 acres of tomatoes a crop of five acrea of tomatoes on tbe i OB. J. w. PLUMUXB absent from: home, and partake of his Distilled Water._.....>> -,-Orders Promptly Filled. -

{ f and seven acres of okra. prairie and seven acres on Elliott's And his son, Joseph Plummer, have,60 bachelor hospitality. .

( j c. H. BILUNOS, Key. acres one and one-half miles west of E. J'. INOWLS Miami Ice Co., Forest Lake, Mgr.'i

J ..rLhlng at Lemon City, has six acres of Stanton Hanser have 20 acres running Lemon City, which is a beautiful home 1f1'Mllf.. i
made out of the pine land,with a clearing Has a homestead joining Mr. Soop'eplace :
a. 11 hammock land at Little River upon down on the prairie, on which ,
of about 12 acres, with seven on tbe north upon.which hebaa
? which he will cultivate two acres of they have a fine showing of trees of all acres
of pineapples and the balance set out a clearing of 16 acres,10 acres of whichare FIRE FIREi; FIRE !
tomatoes, one acre of eggplants, three- kinds and about four acres of pine-
to tropical fruits. They will cultivate eel out to tropical fruits Mr.
fourths acre of okra and one-fourth apples. They willT>repare for market

--c; acre of peppers. seven acres of tomatoes! two acres of no winter crop. pretty Knowls home has a and very good comfortable outbuildingsand and., LOOK: OTTT: X w

t .KEY'' I eggplants, one acre of peppers, _ando MBS. LOTTIE KElf I
also one of the most complete
4 acre of Irish potatoes. Has little home of
a neat two
Home,on the Bay front at Lemon City acres starch mills in this section. His win- INSURANCE H
; E. P.Moffat was called a fool many adjoining above, which is set out to
,.,.. j} certainly a beautiful place with a, six ter crop is being made with E. Moffaton
j times about years ago, when he arioas fruits.
grand growth of Cocoanut trees in thfj tbd prairie.
-. : paid |3 per acre for 40 ,acres of Little Don't get frif hteoed. This is simply a timely reminder to place torn '
S. -j
[ foreground.. ,The view of the Bay is. I. PAIHTEHis T. D. WRIGHT loioranra on yonr,Buildings,Stocks, Household Furniture, etc.
River, land.
He
sold
prairie recently Insurance In the
f t perfect and the breeze., front the Bat just preparing a acre home for Place your f
10 acres at $8 6 per acre. He will cultivate !- Has a very pleasing place of 160 acres {
) Is here enjoyed) to its fullest extent th and fruit trees miles
< west
five acres of tomatoes ,and ,two oranges } 1\ miles west of Biscayne station, 12 British America, Western or Imperial Insurance Co. a
F ; year round. Mrs. Keys: bis MO acre of Lemon City; no winter crop. .
of Mr of which cleared and
f" acres eggplants. ? Moffat also acres arc set out
-, \ of'land' at Cutler, the points concern
J" baa a homestead about mile west of / BOBzaT I.AWTZa'Someltead to oranges, lemons, guavas, grapes, W M. FEATHERLY AGENT
ing which we will give with our Cutle -
.. matter. Lemon City with a clearing of two 1J miles west of Lemon alligator pears,__maagoes! etc. Mr. Offlc our Efffer'i Grocery corner 13th street and Avenue D., MIAMI.

acres,which fa set out to fruit trees., City was called upon but no one was Wright making a corp on Biscayne Imlar-tf

4 W. T.PEn Henry Desrocher will put In 2} acres at home. We found a comfortable prairie.of six acres of.tomatoes and 1J

r /Also' has a .magnificent Bay front of tomatoes,oa ?half acre of eggplantsand home, a nice clearing and all kinds V acres of mixed vegetables.

'tk f /V '.;;once shaded.by.. a grand old growth of one-half acre of peppers tropical D, X. SMITH Fredk. S. Morse ;

' ?, docoannt trees. Mr. Pent, in company Jim Sanders has SO acres on the edge fruits.w. .

'with. his brother Charles, ,will cultivate of'the prairie;with four;acres .cleared x. GatnrtD Is just building a home on his 40 acres,
r Has more than 100 orange trees set out one mile.west of Biscayne station, and
of ;
tomatoes south of
taCI'et just and setout to Irait'trees.: He will REALEST A TE
i S t. 'r Little BiTer. work two'acres;"of i tom toea and r one- on his 6-acre lot 1% miles west of will soon move his family there. He ,

S. K.. BBOWV*'SOW half fleas of eggplants.: Lemon City. besides guavas, alligator has a clearingof seven acres,four acres
-- pears, etc. of which are set out to oranges, lemons ,
J ,) 'Came from _Washington, D.C.,about Hudson Burr will .,cultivate, seven Miami
; Dade Co. Florida.
WATKIHS BaOTBiaa'Homettead and grapefruit, and two acres of pine .: -
and. six of acresof : ,
c- one year ago bought.. acres tomatoes and -ha1faere of :
.o- '- is located two miles west of apples; no winter vegetables. '
...
which
;:s { .- ,Bay front they are making eggplants. /
'
".'l. ikome These JJUtcDonald Lemon City,where we found a clearing 8. x. AHDEBSOH '" :
,an ideal gentlemen wenbusiness : six acres of tomatoes, AGENT FOR LANDS Or -A ,
t.' '.
i ; men at Washington and came one-half acre of eggplants and one-half of seven acres' ,.with four acres of pine- Was just moving his family from '_' _. / r .

r fro the,Bay;section';'purely for its climatic acre of peppers,'besides a general:gar apples in a thrifty condition" and" *all Lemon Cityto.the ,p'aceofDr.Truman Florida East Coast Railway' Co., y ,

condition* and to make for them- den for his boarding boose. .<. kinds. of fruits.growing: ... had "
;- - ', _! rhich' he : just :bought, and ;S"Florida, 'Coast :Line Canal and Trans.'Co. ( '
tiel.er" a"tropical-home in this land of _ :Harrington i.three .acn. jioXAT&AV SAJTDSmade'ft which is mile back,ofxBiaContlntied 1 c ; ;
iof d"_"' .. : : ..... l located one ,. ... -' ,: '" ; :; ---a'-M *
1 f"+vtf.ial.he.w. .; .JjitT have about. tom&. ,!, 14; %sry"piretty home"out"of' :,'-[ vn""sexy pa--re-r'] ;", \L _,,: sI1'.. -.,:,n Boston;and FI o rl : 't. anti 4:CoA9t LandCo.;: ."' ... .
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. ,- -. J' SJBBPIMI
: -. .AKONU'1'J. - : 'FABMER8.tContlnued.l. ,. 'T.-E. Saiairo<< will diversify a 'little- chapter devoted to each of the ""States among"",, 'the white =:voters" 'J, ;leaving'c 80 : ';< V

.1 ] I hU crop, and cultivate five acres of:tomatoes south of the Ohio and Potomac; andwt' colored voters;;the colored*registered fkCcniPeniNew n .

i one acre of beans and one acre of the Mississippi riven. J vote on the club list was 130 and over,

osyne station. He has a clearing of of potatoes. These give brief. Interesting sketch what became of the 100 colored votes?- Northern Florida.A

file professions j about 41 acres, one acre of which he J. C. Hooks A Brother hare purchased of the early history of each State, and Look at the size of the Democratic vote Florida Trunk] .'
Tim Table in Effect
Jnlr a ,
will put into tomatoes. 40 acres of prairie. They are then touch upon all Its important aoti- and you will see at once. In fact, a ''

: experienced tracker from the central vites, showing progress being made large part of the successful Democratic iraHy'Dally No BS No 88 NIuTiiPiiYo 1'ui\T+, .i f'3';" ' =

THE UP-RIVER PRAIRIE SECTION part of the State. There are three not only by the State itself, bat by the ticket is indebted to the colored vote Ii" J

Saturday last the METROPOLIS representative brothers of them, and they will constitute leading cities. for their election,including Representative. 800a 842a 6,9opLy.Jarkwwvlllr..Ar'7:.; 'V: '... \'II Woo .. II 4".ito4ep ,

GBO.M. Bo .nra. WAI/TO 8. OBABAII made a trip to that up-river a valuable acquisition to our com- The author of the work, Mr. Frank II!!I1a'1' 9I 9lll'P:>p':' Ar..... .-.-.Vrrnanditla..Lv. .l'vl."rl1& .... .. 71.tat 71dal7oor IU5P.t 'IY .
.. j
BOBBINS GRAHAM 00., section known as "Alapattah Prairie," munity. They will cultivate 11 acres Presbrey, is a close' student of Southern 8th. Fourteen voters living,workingand 1:101p_: -. I.11..op.. : '' .. Savannah Isrun.wick... :...;f 64op "s.... i..

which has been receiving: so much at- of tomatoes, two acres of eggplant and progress, and in the collection and earning their living in Precinct J2fll
t ATTORNEYS AT LAW. this' of preparation of the immense amount of No..4 registered and voted in liami 15Mpf t mr Ar..Fairfas S. c..Lt.. : a
two ,
tention through the columns of acres peppers.Jss. -11",1' ::4tt*i ..Denmark '! : 244 2ttS-i

Will practice IB all court State and Federal paper of late by our most excellent Hooks, one of the Hooks brothers important information given in the and one voter at least voted for Congress 4aop It 31.1( to 424x- .". C/41uutdati.C.;Augtt4ta.GL.. '" 147a1ItrJit-\: '

8p.eUl fMiUUe for examlnlnc: and perfecting correspondent. Before'reaching Ala- will cultivate eight acres of toma- book, has bad the co-operation of the in Miami precinct and then came .... .I.! oI; .. I..rfanbllfl ", !......i. rtIll
aaad, Tttltt. We bays the only complete 'I. I : ,. .. . f
Ash ilk ....
Lbetraet receive Moo dally ewTertof report Booth from Dade Us Clerk county ol' pattah Prairie we find a number of toes adjoining. C. Hooks A Brothers. officials, of the Southern Railway. The to No. 4 and voted at: the state and S'tep''' III:.'J..> .". ('harloUt'. 'C '\ 1 :.stpt.2.4.:' "'
and
the Circuit Court at Jjmo showing ell land .truckers on what is known as the Wagner R. B. Fickle has three acres which distribution of this magnificent volume county booth. I431)UIup 10!47:1 "Itreenslrr?1t..I"JaIi:, "" "'' 'rpEilies'
:lip' 7ms<< "
c- 'for...South.fert.Dade All the cooatjr certiSed s made Abstractsof at oar Miami Title I and Tuttle prairies. he will cultivate in tomatoes. will do an incalculable amountof prac- 9th. It is only by the wildest stretchof 115tp ::VI' "" 1\11\111 "3. t CJf iS/W,

officeMIAUL THE WAQKSR PLACC.: Messrs Fornell A Pallas will culti ticable good in calling the attention of imagination that the polling placesin 644b1 1 c.ln 3C1p 6251)' Llnrhtn.rg Kkhnwlu : : .:. ;1: (L V':t';: '

DADE GO, FLORIDA. I vate three acres of tomatoes and 1) the world to the South, and the South Precinct No. 4 can be placed the s:r.a6J1'l'! "" 'harl..c.I"Ju'lI1fo, .. I Sp! I sr..
The 40-acre farm of Wm. Wagner, 6"I' W".hllll't..U htYatlo'tson
I acres of eggplant. ern Railway has demonstrated its faith required 800 feet apart. attp 1'IlillH'nL.. .. I .4:: : snip
iF M. r. ATKINSON I just west of the city limits, was settled 10 11a :I:.1'>1'; Phllidetphia.V' 7u, s Ge
"A"T.IANDEaa Tucker A; Drew have five acres which in the future of that section by the 10th. It there are election laws madeto J143p a2ht:: New \'..rk .. !L 1.af ..3)p '<
A ATKINSON by Mr. Wagner 60 years ago, and be 831'1) 30llp' "'"" "1. ..., Ii 'Pi 9 01"
x SANDERS will be grown with the standard crop, expenditure of the many thousands of govern the elections why not, obey :V' : 1
it. eut a5p Lv Jaekslitiville;
has since that time resided upon < 'Arl i !
tomatoes. dollars which the great work must them? Or are they but mere! child's 1018a 900p''' Ar Everett .... I.. 1 .. 5 IDa _
ATTORNEYS He has a large assortment of fruit trees J. H. Johnson has 10 acres of the have cost. Those who are fortunate to play made to be kicked about ute foot- 74p 415.t! ._ .Uania..J.! \It ait '
of different kinds of which 415. .84/Ja :: Citaltauata. : 7 1000p
are :
some
LAW
f COUNCELORS AT same vegetable. receive a copy of this edition de luxe, balls at the whim of whoever sees fit to ...... 7Jp: Cllwlrrnatl i II _.. ; .'.

Ones la Balekw*! Brick Building I very large and' choice. There are different James Griffin, on land belonging, to which is sent with the compliments of do so? _:No.-34-Iravr*JaekMnnvlllr at 51 D.-V...
FLORIDA. fruits here than are to be found lee at : p. Feriiamllna.at 6:3)p,j IL.Everin --
MIAMI, Irons A :Matthews, is getting things the campany, will prize it u a most 11. After the result in this county ett at t1t nr :t Druntwk-k at*:-IYI&.NO p. t
anywhere else in this section. The in for of tomatoes. valuable addition to their which is entitled to the 13srrhf 4 at Evertte at 71":I m.. 1
shape seven acres library. party appellation
.
WORLEY leaves KernajNJina7J .
GEO..A.. old homestead is still occupied by Mr. : a m. arches Vj 8M
R. L. Collins,one of the new arrivals, i m . i of "Nigger party""so often used a. m.aml arrive at Jarkamrvillr l lit,;tI So m., '
Wagner considerable) improvement NOlI.11, t 3. Si and ;5 7 make nMlJWe long for <"
s ATTORNEY LAW. was caught shoeing a mule. He has in derision to Republicans when they Brunswick.atrl lug Bruniwirk 4jw pJ m. and s
made it Mrs. Julia D. JACKSONVILLE GALA WEEK. :
was upon by 8:40 p m. reflectively. Fur New Orlein*train
z General practice la 8t&&I aDd hclen1 courts Tuttle the last of her life 10 acres of the prairie,of which he will are-voting for protection to borne leaves'Jack.!ociv1lle If:4-Sa.m.wltbthro( hke I p- '
during years
at.
will receive prompt
entrusted
All baataMM nine acres to tomatoes.M. industries? ers arriving New Orleans 7-4O: a. m. Only '
:} tention.SfnVAJcent. in buildings for a dairy John Lind- plant Tuesday.Noes.bar DaL through; sleeper Hoc Arrives ''JactsoaTiue! .. $
for Oermaaia Ufe Inrarance Co.ofVewTork. McGloy will have eight acres of 12. That the Republicans should have from New Orlf-anstj p.m, I
AH Wads X Ufa p Buses written. gren is occupying one house, while J. ornlnl'-Annnal meeting of the -
y' Office Bro1fD'1 llaudtut AT. D sad 11th 8L tomatoes. Mayors increased their vote in the U.S.Senate SLEEPING CAR SERVICE. I .." "
Mr. and City Councils of the State
T. Wildman another.
occnpes 35 and :h Fast Mail Sleepers between .
MIAMI. FLOBIDA. Smith will cultivate J acres from a minority to 18 N'OY
O. W. majority,
and JaekwnviUeand ,
Wildman still operates a dairy upon of Florida at City Hall. The Municipal the. Cucinaatt *. %+r
r' of tomatoes and one-half acre of beans. retained a good working majority of 13 Sleeper yin Aslievtilo, I t'* ,
the farm, having purchased 10 of the Officers of all the Cities and Towns Nos.37 and carry Through teepertwtweeir '
QEO. W. ALLEN, Neal A Highman are old and expe- in in the House of Representatives, Jacksonville and New York in retinrctl+n*with
the
choice Ft. Dallas State invited to el-
most cows of the are part 8.13.7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers Jetweea
from the western- elected Roosevelt Governor of New
rienced truckers pate. Jackaooville aii l Tampa. ,I
r ATTORNEY AT LAW, dairy. central part of the State, where they York,carried California and the Dakota No.98 carrlrt the Cincinnati and FTorifta Lira k
J. J. HOLLY, Annual Convention of Retail Grocers'Association : Ited This is brought to JarkvOTilfe b) No.33..
have left flue property because of the I *, and divided honors;with the opposition A. O. )(uDOS EJ.I..Gen. Pa**. Art. '\ .
: WW rnctiee In all Courts State and J'e4eraLKEY one mile west of the city, has 80 acres cultivate 10 of the State of Florida at I in Kansas sfad Nebraska i8-cer- J. E.MAIL M.1 L,TIe. Agtau\\.Bay Street, .
freezes. They will acres Board Jacksonville. i iO.M -
WEST, FLORIDA. with five acres cleared. He has a fine of tomatoes and two acres of peppers. of Trade rooms. Every merchant tainly a record .\ sufficient to be proud Hnlden.Trar.l'a,. Agt. St,Auanatint.. ..
in the State Is invited to be _T_ _
I location on the river and a nice start in pres of. r. '"
1 Johnson A Gardner have things "
COOTT BROOKE, for a home and has a few promisingfruit shape for five acres of the-red fruit;to ent. Here are two tickets.' The writer

trees. Be has five acres of tomatoes matoes. Afternoon.-Parade of Fire, Police, would like to see one of them leading FOR SAj4IrImproved !
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Street and Sanitary Departments of
the \
on prairie. Beckes the cohorts in the next
A
8. E. Beckes. of Lassiter Republican
the City of Jacksonville with exhibition :
[, PUBLIC IN OFFICE. ,
NOTARY GSO.: L"l'aUB the feed store men, will operate on presidential campaign : For President,I roe tiLTEN
i Win practice IB sO But sad Federal Court by the Jacksonville Fire Depart- :
e Cottecoons promptly attended to. has 8) acres on the river front just five acres of tomatoes.B. ment. t Wm. McKinley; for Vice-President, .

N. Orncx OTBB SANE. or FLORIDA.BAT BUCATVK.yTAMT west of the city limits. He has a F. Lassiter, of the same firm, will Night.-Grand Fantastic Costume Fitzbngh Lee. For President, Col. five acres ACKK3.set to all citrus partially fruit improved tree a n4 j' l. ,. ,
;
pleasant homeland a nice start in have two acres of tomatoes. Roosevelt; for VIce-President, Gen. other trees, well iwrtcd to peWj c.. 'i
Parade by Clubs, Societies and Indi Good ifx\ -rot.m bonae, wanh and ". '-
TOWLEB M. D fruits. He will plant 21 acres to tomatoes Holly A Allen,six: : acres of tomatoes. viduals. Many handsome prizes are Joe Wheeler. JAMZS A. PIN:. house supplied wltn- both. well -f d_'; '... '
C KILLS
'
Cistern Good
water. barn. Improv cr-- .r .
L e one-half acre eggplant and one- B. B. Hopson, 4) acres of tomatoes. offered. chicken-house, and other out-hoa ...:, ,i ._ -
> half acre of beans on the glade. H. W. Padgett, three acres of tomatoes Located 2V wile ooth-west of Cw '' .
HOMCEOPATHIST. Immediately after the parade "The C. CONE nut Grove on good roa and one-quarter acre of peppers. one-quarter of mile from place 'Good '
MAY
I.B. Giddy Gala Gambols" will be held in
DISK SPECIALTY. {
CHRONIC ASKS A : nelahborbood.TEN t
has 10 acres at the same point on the Lawrence Hay.two acres of tomatoes. the "Court of Honor." On y those APKEi-3 acre in,eitrn fmlttrees | . a ,
Ton DAUAS.MIAMI Blacksmith and
Omcs AT Gauzman A Chandler, four acres of well started two acre hannMxik! ..'.. '. i
,; FLOBIDA.IJR. river of which be has nine acres cleared wearing costumes and masks will be last cut down ready for tree*. Packin: : ,
the bouse Good well of Located
water.
same.
and a fine start for a home. He will admitted. about three mlnnte' walk:from school, ,.. Vhoax.

;: J. JAOIBON, m., cultivate three acres of tomatoes, two Michael McGroff, three acres toma- Wednesday; VovtBbtt MnLMorning. Wheelwright.Carriage On good road aocTin rood neifhborhood -- Y v '

acres of eggplant and one-half acre of toes.Louis Forparitenlatespp11Pto ''' t
Annual Convention of .
Becker the dairyman will -
omcx.: pepper besides dispensing, milk daily, cultivate, the State Good Roads Association in Bogy and Wagon Repair Shop. F. S. MORSE n4T j J.' :
J.H. Vareen of
has 2) acres tomatoes over Post Office,MIAMI"
Board
of Trade Rooms. aortoA.
HOTEL BUCAYNE BLOCK, A Vlt. D. three acres of tomatoes.J. .
the which will
on Wagner prairie -
'' L. DeVan, two acres of the same Annnal Convention of the Travelers' All work neatly, promptly and substantially F. LANG t. .i :
FLOBIDA.n be planted to beans between the plantsfor .
MIAMI -
Protective A.uociation.A.fternoon.Amateur.
vegetable. done, and satisfaction gives COCOANUT OEOYEFLA1
an early crop. j 1m J
5.17.bo-l.gg
.s Bicycle _
Messrs. Braddock and will Races A-17-h.f..m : -
Burley
.sr J. T. Williams has 81 of tomatoes -
acres
H. HUDDLE8TOH, M. D., cultivate respectively two and three at Panama Park. Scratch, Handicapand
on the Wagner prairie next to Va-
ei Sanction.
acres of tomatoes. other races 1.. A. W. j
GRADUATE RUSH MEDICAL COLLEGE ' reen's.J. Limit prizes for many events.Nlght.Grand .
A OVerstreet have five
acres
Granger To Business Men.
CHICAGO. I D. Shackleford will cultivate five Historical
i whish they are cultivating in tomatoes. Parade.
Offlee comer ATIBM C sad 13th street acres of tomatoes on the Tuttle prairie American !
Floats representing Historycommencing
a Omcs Books..S a. m to IS .. and S to S p.m. which lies Just west of the Wagner Jordan A; Sprivey have 16 acres
1 MIAMI, FLORIDA, which will be similarly devoted. with Columbus and ending
prairie. Mr. 8. is a recent arrival
C.,E. Scott has ten acres which are with the Spanish-American war.

'p T.. $ A QI.JI.; D., from Birmingham, Ala. "being cultivated for tomatoes. Many familiar scenes of the late war
C. A. McCullum has also two acres Cheap Freight Rates.
This will
John Britt has about six acres which will be depicted. be one of .:
.j of tomatoes on the Tuttle prairie. t
-
the finest of this kind
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. be will cultivate to this vegetable. displays ever V'V
D. T. Sellers, also on the Tuttle '
s, Offlce Miami Drox StoreFromSf.a.tolo'cloekA.m. 1\ J. ,H. Johnson, whose home is in seen in th*South. J
prairie, has five acres of tomatoes. -
at rtsidence,Coeeunt Qrore. :Miami, as well as a large number of Thaxsdtr. Harabsr Mth. The schooner '"EMILY By will sail for
ALAPATTAH
PRAIRIE
" MIAMI, FLOBIDA.QHLIflPIE the others whom we have mentioned, Grann Peace Jubilee, to commemorate

W.;F. Barry has a new home on the will cultivate six acres to tomatoes. -the ending of the Spanish-American Biscayne Bay from Jacksonville about the.

BLOB, D. D. B, point of pine land extending into,the A.: gentleman named Horton, who War, to be held Riverside Park. middle of next week on her first trip of a e

E prairie and ending with a pretty ham was not at home and whose first name Living Flag and Choral Pyramids. '-

-" CROWN& BRIDGE WORK mock. In company with'E. B. Dong- we did not learn, will.cultivate seven Over 200 adults. and 600 children. will regular run to Biscayne Bay towns. =x .

'.;F ,Made a BpwUltr. las he will cultviate four acres of.to- I acres to tomatoes. take part. Elaborate Tableux representing Freight, at a greatly reduced price from'i| ;

omce chu'aBricktock,4mraezy.Dsad13thII.MIAMI Noun: 11 L'm.:to I P. IL Oats fa JI e.1.' matoes.B. Henry Fritze has five acres away off Florida History. Railroad rates, is respectfully solicited. '' .

FLORIDA. Strand has a new home adjoining on the south-western section of the Afternoon.-Foot, Ball Game between t -
that of'Mr. He will cultivatetwo the well known Macon Georgia FootBall Address ordersto
Barry. prairie upon which he will.raise to- \ ,vi'
of tomatoes. Mr. Strand Team and the famous J. L. I. :
acres matoes.
B. B. &:..OHAFItR,
-1 ]) '
comes from a section of France where Riley\ Johnson has 81 acres on the Team of Jacksonville.' Schooner B :. '

DENTIST. the' French language' is not allowed to I prairie which will be set to tomatoes. Night.-Grand'' Trades Display by "Emily } :1

be spoken. the Merchants and Bnsines Men of ;
r ,.
Office U EMlenoa Mock, northeast comer olATMMM As near as possible we nave siren a
J D sad lath"'"" P.J. Turnbnll has 15 acres of prairie resume of. the operations on this the City of Jacksonville and other N. D. HENDRICKSON Master, r -

which he will this cultivate cities. Over 250 Floats and exhibits
FLOLBDA. upon year -
MIAMI prairie. There are a few small tracts t
\, -" 12 acres of tomatoes and one-half acre which have not yet been located which will be in line. JACKSONVILLE, .FLA. aJ .

'i JOHN FREDERIOI. peppers. will be cultivated. Upon this prairiethis Friday, V.v_bu 25th.MorningComplimentary. -- \I
.
H. A. Braddock, who owns the place Reception -
season there will be between 140 .

rt CIVIL ENGINEER upon. which: lr. ornbqllis operating, and 176 acres cultivated where last Excursion to the Editors of 'TOWNLEY BROS. .i .x

AND SURVEYOR. is cultivating an acre of eggplant in year there was but 25 acres tilled. We Florida. All Editors and their families \f :.

Metary PnbUc for Eta s at Larfe. Particular the edge of the pine woods, which are will esteem it a favor if perchance we and staffs are invited to partici- HEADQUARTERS FOB *

I Attention itren to Buh-Dirldlnf Large Tract. looking handsome and promise a fine have missed trackers or have pate. '
Office on wl Street South Side, near An. D. may any
o and Blank Books.
i MIAMI.. FLORIDA. crop. given wrong estimates to have the Afternoon.Wild West Show by Stationary rs

A. Stanton has eight acres which parties missed or wrongly estimated member of T rrel" Rough Riders.

JOHN KRONOWITTER, be patting out to tomatoes notify as promptly. We have used the Backing-Bronchos, Breaking Horses, Specialty made of the very ,-.

J. W. Johnson is the pioneer settler best information at band In all this Lassoing Steen,and familiar incidents Finest Lines of Stationery. /k> K

TAILOR. upon Alapattah Prairie. He has 16 of Life on the Plains will be depicted.
work. Where we have not been able
cyst f0 ywi aperSaet.. acres of very fine loam land u rich as to see the operator we have taken the Klght. Grand 11000 Fir Works The Finest COLD DRINK ESTABLISHMENT !in Sooth Florida ,r :
Full to kotaapleaaUUteitWeaTea.Shop an ash -1 heap mellow and shows .
very ,
Display. Many set pieces includingthe '
U BskasCs Brick ftoUdiac. estimate of some friend or neighbor. -
MIAMI :FLOBIDA.g fine cultivation. He has a pretty home, In the Miami River section last Bombardment of Manila, pictures Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Toilet and :

recently built, from which there were week we overlooked Henry Pollack, of Dewey, and all 1898 novelties will Fancy Goods, Cigars and Tobaccos at. I yJ .
i
wafted the air the
upon u we passed be presented.
H. RICHMOND, who has 2) acres ol tomatoes. on the wholesale. tf& r '
strains the skillful
of piano played by a 1 > i i
north side of the
REAL ESTATE. band in the person of Mrs. John rapids. Political Aftermath.To Careful Preparation of Prescriptions. ';. .

son.. It is at Mr. Johnson's house that I .. .1. !5"1 Ml.f e
the Editor of the Xmoroua.vWell :
SURVEYOR AND DRAUHTSMAN the people of the prarie gather for social A Magnificent Publication Upon the ,the election is over. Have we Mi

Intercourse. Mr. Johnson will South. basons to learn'from the result MAX AUSCHWITZ( "
any '
CUTLER, DADE 00.,FLORIDA _ .
,cultivate four acres of tomatoes and an The wonderful progress which the 1st. Do not count your political

W. E. MARCH ,acre of eggplant. South has been making in all lines of ,I chickens before they are batched, or PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER & JEWELER I
JIBS. John Lindgren is about to occupy industrial,commercial and intellectual believe promises of political opponents '
< TEAOKBS TIC PIAXO.OBOAX of the small houses J. W.10hnIOD" "
> one near
developement has been most fittinglyset when they tell you we are going to '
QOITAB AJTD MAKDOUX place. He will .venue.C" TT F'LA.ti17
cultivate :.
i I forth in a magnificent volume, vote your ticket this time. .,. .
; week One trteToSKtld:BiKotraincUf and cottaitMlItkXATeaoeC Xeadinf lesson ICntt each exec four acres of tomatoes.H. . which, after months of careful prepa- M. Political promises are too often .h:f-m _

(> ,or address T.' Downing who arrived two ration has been issued the like lovers' i. made '
Just by many vows, e., to
.. MIAMI FLORIDA =cEJFEJ::: : 9S BURY
week since from Andover, Kans., has Southern Railway. be broken. r-

If B8. A. P. CUBBY, purchased five acres next north of 3.W.30hnton' This book, the title of which, "The Sd. We like Mr. Morse u a gentleman HOTEL MIAMI BLOCK.. "- . ,'
place, and will erect a' of the south Idea and and if Democrat RTX :;' ; '
Empire conveys an a friend a YIBNNA "jHota
MUSICIAN. handsome_ bom!. lieu. s preparing the of Its character is beyond question one had to be elected we are not sore but FRESH >skteDS BREADROLLS. ; t:-L: :
TBAOXB PIAHO, OBOAX,' YKSUX AXD fiAHAY
ground for four of tomatoes.B. .
.
acres
' QURAB AX Bs ll.iJCES OX 8TVXOO.MIAM1V > : of the most comprehensive and at the we would prefer him to anyone else of BUNS, CAKES, PIES. EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS ,:: y : ,-
F. Sellers has two acres of to- same ,time artistic publications ever his political belief bat-- t--
witsta>JdnAe11-, elwa.pp1y by mail .-...I-Lf.. ?rF.- I3CEF R,1'zopiietor.\ .. '
lor peaoaai tasstytetr. matoes.' issued from ',the press. It contain ,4th1. Was Morse or was he not a rail- '.---
-) FLORIDA Lieutenant J'..1'. Smith, late',of. the two hundred octavo Had candidate is he in 1 ii
.....1>>. nearly pages; over Y -that will regard" DELIVERY AND SHIPMENTS .
Second' Louisiana Regiment camped four hundred exquisitely printed Hlustrations to the railroad commission lookout I PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. t 21

here,who thoroughly understood the and makes presentation of for what is known railroad Interests
a } :.
T..A J-"TK.: Sw. animus.of the'troops against Miami Southern interests in all lines of or the people's interests ICE EVERY DAY f!

Waakcln... allklada resigned. his commission:;.soonT after human activity, which for thoroughness 6th. Will voters growl and decry .;. .'

and sties.of leaving Miami, and:returned to make of treatment has never been I. railroads from now until next election Pore Distilled Artesian Water used. ;.,-i." .'

..,. his' home.-bore: He will- cultivate 8} approached and then vote the same old ticket Addnea mail orders to LAKE WORTH ICE COMPANY _' .:',:'
Miami'Fla or airsin at warehouse on Avenue D. r' .:
i person ,
acres of tomatoes and a half-acre of t :
: The opening chapter of the book simply because it is labeled Democracy a.11-11D-I.II m

n CJPl'8SS' peppers L Mr.Smith Las traveling n under the caption of"The South, Yes- ? --- "<:! "

by profeulon,bot baa decided to settle terday To-day and To-morrow," discusses -th. After voting for a congressman THE NEW PLATING STYLE.Enlarging. ..: '

:i : .Taiiks down to:truck fannlo'g-and orange in a broad and forcible manner pledged to low tariff and free trade i ,t : >

raising. -He will set. out-- -10, acres' to oranges -' the present and future of the Southern will voters have the face to ask and PHOTO'S Tintypes.Kodak .. .

this winter :\ *, States treating at; considerable lengfat demand protection from political opponent I .pictures finished, and all !,.

G Dil3 aPilF1L Joseph Donghtrey- will; cultivate the-various'interests,inch U;agriculture " !? -."* . .' ; work finished "up to -date" at '-

flvsj, fursof: tomatoes on a place ;ad. ,cotton,tobacco,iron,coal,resorts;, :7th. The Republicans polled 90.votes f" ', 'fl1
"t
x Joining JobaWs.' V ". ?! climate.-'etc; \.Following' this: 'art-in:Miami{:they can'pUce 60of these FRED SAND 'GAlLERY! : :AVdlU.LQ.ONE 8 1.OOtC 1NEST 01', "
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W. M. Pestterly. C. G. Testhsrty. ago; indeed it is scarcely tolerated i, STATE OF FLORIDA.SMALL town are having the leaves.eaten off SPARKS FROM'' WIRE THIN g QISIET'L1",W7rr IOTf-t:

: at She present day in some of the j tihem by a white caterpillar, with sucha ,, rioo .

b : TilE IIAII METROPOLIS "tone-giving" military and "noble" AENSY ITMK8 ABOUT voracious appetite that, if its hunger ---t1114;

'r clubs In German}'. ,EVERYTHING IMAGINABLE. is not stopped by its sudden TELEGRAPHIC NEWS FROM ALL patrolling the street*-good orjlar "

Published by I -- death, there will not be a 'leaf left on PARTS OF THE WORLD veils, and DO,further trouble' rrs -

The Bay Biscayne Publishing Co. Now we have paper floors. An important Clippings Florida Events From a single rubber tree in Ube whole tIhe races is feared: -' between'
Our State Exchanges ,Carefully town inside of a couple of roeeks
1 advantage of paper floors consists Condensed for Our Busy Short Stories of the World's Doings Certainly rioting among"the ..ne:
Miami, Dade Co., Fhu -Vov 18, 1898. in the absence of joints or State. Superintendent W. N. SQieat Told,by the Telegraph in groea is at an end and the Authorities '

seams whereby an accumulation of Readers. has made the November apportionment Conoanssd Form.A are now turning their, attention ity! i
- *
The Coptic Christians ""believe that dust, vermin and fungi is done away of the one-millState school tax Preventing excesses on the part of*tot
Oranges are colo/ing and it
on Christmas eve the nature of every with. These new paper floors are bad I up to the several counties. The amount RAILROAD; .WRECK. white i>eople To this end'aljicitizea*
looks like "before (the freeze" in some
savage beast is tamedthat children l- I conductors of heat or sound, and havea for apportionment was $40,040.21, and The Buffalo Express, on the Lehigh except soldiers on duty,, and the special ; ;
of the groves.- Francis Fkir:da
r may play witth a lion, and that soft feeling to the foot. The costs Facts. the.amount apportioned the basis alley railroad, which. left New York police force will be required to;at
lose their considerably lower (than of hardwood of tibe average Attendance in each into the than"
k all venomous reptiles power are ran New York and Philadel- once lay down arms and. 'preserve -
Postmaster. T. Pratt of
triune
to harm. floors, the paper is shipped in county, at the rate of 50 cents per pu- lihia; Express going east on Wilkes- peace and thereby aid the city '
Park Lake while out bird
bags in powdered form, with a small county pil, was $37,002 of which amount UreAard barre Mountain government in restoring order. :
hunting Friday was bitten by a rat.tle&nake .
rGhtlttZNY
In Oattb Ga. little addition of cement as a binder. It is county will receive $385. 0 for The train was goring east and was
county, a boy from the effects of which htdied. *, .
stirred into a stiff pasts, spread out average attendance of 771 pupils. composed of WA TS .
found a nugget of pure gold weighIng .Ocala Star. an express car, combination : SPAIN'S iCOLONLU -

; sixteen pennyweights on his fathere on the floor pressed down by means 11. Julius bmilth, of Rockledge, has The water in Lake Worth has been day coadh and three sleepers, POSSESSIONS. -j "

faith. It was on the surface of rollers, and painted the oak woodor a water wheel attached to his 10-inch nearly or quite fresh throughout the and had the ng"hlt" of >way on a single It is understood in diplomatic ciiiIles [ ':. '

mahogany color, after drying. whole extent of the lake for the past track. The Buffalo Express, in charge '.
of a rocky hillside, wises wagon artesian well, and'is now busy setting in that SpaIn; after tiie' ;.
week or more, to the immense of Engineer Rohbhng had -
owing orders
-p. to
s pass. The indtcatfions are that there up the dynamo and wiring the house. conc.unon of a treaty of peace with .:
r; is gold there.Diamonds In Cuba a bereaved family keep the The well develops about 4-horse power. quantity of fresh water 'being emptiedinto stop on siding on the mountain and the United States, will try to dispose :0

I' windows of their house shut and die lake by the canals at each let the New York Express 'pass. Aalidhibling oKher few remaining colonies,notably '.

( are cut in( three different darkened for six months. They destroy Letters patent were 'issue.i lost end. The upper canal has not only approached .the siding he the \Mariana Islands, the Caroline l.1 I,'

I forms---the Nee, the 'brilliant and the the value of the clothing on the week incorporating the Ocala Barrel emptied immense volumes of water, found that the air-rakes would not lands and Pala' Islands, and tt "re-1+
dead and hack the coffin before buri- 'but also carloads of mack mostly in work. The train was moving about ported that the Government
t Spanish
table, of which the second is the pre Manufacturing Company, with a capital -
the shape of floating islands, into the thirty miles an hour down '
a ninety- has
al. This is done that there be already
tiest. may beeneautioualy
(
It is a double pyramid or cone, of $3,000 to manufacture and appzoacbWed
of which the top is cut off to form a notMng in the grave worth thieving.The sell all kinds of barrels and buy and lake, not to its very great benefit.= foot grade. The engineer whistled by Germany for the purpose of ascertaining .

?' large plane, and at Ube bottom directly fact has recently been pointedout sell materials therefore. Tropical Sun.oHan&O.n. frantically for the hand brakes. He how much the three, '

opposite to a small plane. by a Russian geographer that the Hon. J. M. Banco, formerly receiver and Larsen are hard at knew the other train was about due. groups would be worth! to German'. .

es. shores of Siberia are not flat and wa of the United States land office'at work on their celery crop, and will b. He reversed his engine and stuck tj The oflfcials of the Foreign Office.admit : e
able to cultivate and water his post, but could not avert the collision. that the .
Curious uniformity of sex is manifested ter-soaked as represented in text Gainesville, has purchased the old more land acquisitranoi.these Spanish -

t in the descendents: of iMr. and books, and even on the latest maps, Hudgens haunmock in Marion coun- than last year. Last season they useda ; In less than a minute the express <'OJonie.'roud be of considerable 3

t; !. John Weston of Skowhegan Me. but, on the contrary, are high and in ty, which .he is having cleared preparatory windmill and pumped the water for train from the west, drawn by value to Germany; in view of miser c

: They have sue children, three girls many places even bill,. With the ex- 'to planting 200 acres in irrigation from the lake but were two heavy engines hove in sight. A proximity to Germany's Australasian}

and three boys and twelve grand ception of
children sfix girls and six boys. One tas of a few rivers Siberia meets the Porter Campbell of Augustine, from which they got cash returns of in a deep cut. as td:1heir'lnten'-.ona: in the matter ,

of the daughters and one son shave a Arctic Ocean with a bold and lofty has received a fragment of a iJ-inch over a thousand dollars. This year TRAIN HELD UP. '

girl and a -boy apiece one daughter coast line. shell, which had pierced the Oquen- they expect to cultivate six or seven The Great Northern through tram, A &J2RR1MAC, HER ARRIVES'HOIME. : fisi t ;, -

; and one am have two girls apiece, -.-.a do in the engagement off .. acres, and will bare an abundance of which Falls .' I i
passes through Fergus ,
a and one daughter and one son have It is in her private sitting room that The relic -was sent by a relative of wat& Citizen.Kissimmee cor. Tim -t1nion I Minn.was ih W up and robbed about A special to the.PeafoDispatch froiij I";
I
two boys each. Queen Victoria's private Letters, his, who is a petty officer on one of five miles west of here. There were Stuart, Ia, says: O born Deignan oncl.

which comprise a daily epistle from the battleahGps which took part In Edward R. Banks, a clever young eight robbers in the gang, all well of the men of ilerrLmae fame, arrivedhere r

A peculiarity about (blind. people isfiat each one of her children and ahl. ren- the battle. man from Derby, England, landed in armed. 'Dwo of them evidently boarded ., and was met by live hundred '

there is seldom one of them who in law, are always opened and read The government is advertising for America last December. In May last the band baggage in this city. The people, who escorted him home. 4 '

I'V smokes. Soldiers and sailors accustomed by the recipient. Each day this portion -bids for a large quantity of material he enlisted in lie First Florida. He train was scarcely out of ,the town Eighteen twenty club gbrbj surrounded t .;<

to looking and who have lost of 4he royal mail bag is (brought to be used in'the construction of the js noW'a corporal in Company C, at II when these two climbed over the ten- him at the depot,"'and'.at- x r. -. "t

their sight in action continue to to the sitting,room in locked dispatch big fort to be erected on Egmont key. Camp Henderson, and, instead of being der, and presenting revolvers, told tempted to kiss him, but he pushed ai i '
mustered
'4t 'smoke for a short time, tout soon boxes. It is not generally known that One item is 15,000 barrels of cement. out here will be transferred : Engineer ,Brace and his firerum to back, saying :there!.were: haadsomef* :

give up the halt They say it gives every letter personally read by the The bids are to be opened at ColoneliUenguard's to Company B, of tote Floridi stop at a lonely spot near I'ehcan"rv-: men In the crowd than he. I 1'

; ; them no pleasure when they cannot queen, whether of a public or private office in St Augustine Battalion at iHuntsville, and remain er bridge. ; J

see the smoke and some have said nature,. is not only filed, but bound November 21st. iD' the service. He enlisted to go to When the train stopped.the conductor The municipal authorities' presented i d-
Deig-nan; with a sword, and Governor -
Cpba, and yet hopes to visit the Gemof
thai they cannot taste the smoke unless and some years ago it was comparatively The business of tthe Orlando Novelty and brakeman started forward to Shaw and other I.' .
' the Antilles as a soldier of Uncle prominent lowans -
they see it.-New' York Ledger. easy (for any visitor to the cas- Works, under the management of find out what the trouble wax, but the made '
Sam. Tallahassee ... speeches. Deignan TaJr.awai '. .
a . tle to obtain access to these valuable Mr. W. H. Reynolds, baa increased so bandits fired umber oi shots and from his Borne years . F4.
The fire ago.
JJo Spanish territory can be relinquished and often private documents. Now,* that it has become necessary to in- company responded to a warned them to keep back They then 4 ,- '. -
from t
hurried call the State Collegeon .
t > without the consent of the however, these volumes are kept un- crease the machinery of the plant compelled the express mejsenge? TO E. A. ELDER ''DEAD.t..f -
last Thursday evening, at about 7
cortex .or congress. The cortes was der lock and key.-(London Answers. and a large new planer has been placed leave the car, and while three or four
o'clock, -with all possible haste. The E. A. Elder, general: euperiaten iat .
v called together Sept. 5th to authorize I in position during the put week. stood guard the others proceeded to
fire broke In of the Florida East Coast
out tibe third story of *_JtaJway,
the government to abandon sovereignty Orlando Sen tin-el. u blow the safes.
ti e The noblemen and gentlemen who the main building, and was caused by died at Saint Vincent's Hospital in
over the colonies according to The local safe was destroyed and it
Bedford's The work of rebuilding the docks Toledo (J.,Saturday. "His
agreed to the Duke oi cropping the explosion of chemicals the resultof home irSt.
; the.stlpulauon of the i>eace proto- is progressing at a lively rate. Fer- was thought they succeeded ;m *Curing w
proposal a few days ago at Wo- a chemical experiment by Cadet Augustine, Fla.
col. At the demand of the ministry considerable hut the exact .
nandina will soon be in a better con money ;
k'' burn abbey when a general croppingand Bridges who was almost suffocated rt
it was voted -to proceed In secret session. dition for doing a large lumber shipping amount cannot be learned. Tbe .
combing out of hair took place, roji gas. The flames were almost ( CLONE L* THE WEST}, INDIES.: .
Stenographers wore excluded, (business than Larger vessels through safe was drilled and dynamited '
were (Lords William Russell Vipers, ever. extinguished with little damage to The results oi calm Investigation ;
and a rigorous censorship was exercised and four charges being nsed. The
Paget, Sir H. tFeatheretone, Mr. Lamb- larger cargoes are being the building. The college museum have proved conclusively that so far,

: upon the newspapers. ton, Mr. Ant Zee Mr. R. Lee, Mr. Tre- chartered and contracted for than for- was slightly damaged by water. The j jacket was blown off, but It was found from being exaggerated; ,tn4 first reports -,

yY . rers, &( '. Dutton Mr. Day and Mr. merly.-Fernandina Mirror. total amount of damage will not exceed impossible to reach the inner part, ,.of ,the destruction 'wrought by -

A gentleman who died at \, Vernon. They entered! into an en- The orange and grapefruit crop of $250.-Lake City Reporter. and get at the cash. They -workedover the cyclone .t Saint Vincent were

Trance 'left a legacy of ( ,OOO to five gagement to forfeit a sum of m one; Osceola is beginning to move North. A negro postmaster In Alachua it' nearly two hours holding the rather short of the-actual t ta .The|. '

friends, the money to be spent on If any of hem wore their 11 air tied or On every trip of the two steamboats county bas come to grief notwithstanding train ,for that length of time, but gave. island was literally swept absolutely t

q dinners served in different restaurants powdered within a certain period. on the Kissimmee river quantities of that he is a republican. The up finally, and joining their companions -i bare of vegetation,':thef experience of. '

and at each meal a certain dish Many'noblemen and gentlemen'in the the fruit are brought. A. B. Walker, negro in question N. II. Summers, on the other side started sot&b. 1790 being repeated; bat the full ex-

to be eaten, and a certain wine of county of Bedford have since followed who has purchased the fruit on several was postmaster at Pinesrille. N<* MARIA TERESA FOUND. tent of ,the devastation was* "not at >

which he'was very fond to be drunk. the example. It,has Become gen. groves around Kissimmee, will long since he received a consignment The official report to the Navy Department first realized owing to the difficulty of

'Furthermore his memory was to be eral with the gentry in Hampshire begin packing and shipping next of postage stamps. It appears that of the finding of the Maria communication through the destruction

"\ 'toasted at dessert the five companions and the ladies have left off wearing week. the was in debt and used the postage Teresa was contained in the following of the roads and.Uhq coastal t

were to dine'in black clothes powder London Chronical! Sept. 28. Dr. L. R. Warren is now the sole stamps to 'liquidate the Indebtedness cablegram received from Commander ping. a-J

and gloves, and enter the room preceded 1795. owner of the Gulf Coast Telegraph Not a great while elapsed before a Craven of the wrecking tug Potomac, The Governor'Xt the

d by a flag and the musk of an . Company, having purchased all the post-office inspector came along and which had been ordered to Cat Island lands has nqpr enr out.an appeal to :

socordian. Thanksgiving Proclamation. stock on Saturday last. The line is to checked him up abort many dollars. from Santiago: the. neighboring, ,islands stating' .the

President MoKlnley has issued the be shortened and put in first-class Next name Deputy United States Marshal "To Secretary of the Navy; Washington facts,.and'asking-that roots slips and 1.
: 'Among the thing rented condition at -which will be Alfred, who took the in .
many foll proclamation: : once gratifying negro : Potomac arrived. Maria Teresa seeds'oi potatoes cassava, yams, peas
I
.nowadays, are clocks, which are hired The approaching,November bringsto news to the fruit and veget&be''interest. Charge and carried him to Ocala, near Bird Point, Cat Island o 1'e and other economldplants; be forwarded s .

','. for use lu' private houses, offices, fac mind Ihe custom of out ancestors on the nver.-Manatee River where 'he will be given a preliminary mile off shore, in two fathoms of wa as'soon as possible enabre '.

{ : tortes,'and various places of business. hallowed 6y ties rooted In our- most Journal.Mr. hearing before the United States com ter. Tide rising and falling inside. cultivation to be:'restored_ k
uij The clocks thus rented are made Bo missioners. I
Sheats has issued life certificates Temporary deck broken Movable
sacred traditions,'of giving thanks to up. The immediate result oi this on the
':'1 'c keep accurate time. They are rented Almighty God for all the blessing He to the following teachers duringthe A few days ago Robert Ellkftt was articles removed by natives. Vulcan population is most. .disastrous. Already

the direr to care' for them, or they !has vouchsafed to us during the past year: Dr. W, F. Yocum, president out bird Jaunting when he noticed his not seen. Natives at work since Sat- 'several'hundred deaths have occurred ;

are cared ior by the owner the care of State Agricultural College; Prof. dog ooone to a point. Approaching it urday. from and *
privation
year.
', including --winding as well as regulating I Tom F. MoBeath of Jacksonville, editor he,noticed the dog make a plunge forward The Potomac was ordered at once and diseases exposure'to-Jk W i;
"Few in have afforded common dta.Utt
history
; setting and cleaning, the hirer years our, of ,Florida School Exponent; Prof.J. take hold of something, give !t back to Cat Island wlthJnstractions developing "
are the
rapidly
such cause for thanksgiving as among, people
r'wing nothing to do about the clock I a vigorous shake, which threw the '
t M. Guilliams formerly of Hamilton to Commander Craven to take
possession form
of ulcers.At .
principally the
I this. We have been blessed by abundance i
but to pay present men
of harvests, our trade and commerce are .
many clocks Thai rented. nearer he discovered the object,to bea wreckers who are looting the ship.
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ployed'on the reconstruction of roads
(have been wonderfully Increased
1. rattlesnake of Immense size, which '
: '
c our pdbtte credit has bem.lmproved Last Friday morning while e and other public .works but these representonly'
Berlin has DmV''WomeI1 guides for ; Bob says (bed a full string of rattle LORD SALISBURY'S SPEECH. .
and strengthened, all sections oi ocean (beach opposite Haulorer canal the eighth of the-popu1a.- "
tine city. They are tartly elderly,, Yo bottle Thinking the,dog bad killed It, he sat Lord Salisbury's speech at the Lord
our common country have been Mr. 8.(Norwood picked up a Hon, and the others have to be' provided rt
down ,and touched it with a stick or at the Guild Hall '
Mayor's banquet
-J partly with a es-
mfiddle-aged women, the dlstributkTn<
brought together and knitted into containing signatures, and ad for by -the & daO \\1
when o
,;; certain amount of knowledge of the closer bonds of national purpose and dresses of three soldiers ,asking -whoever something the rattles were pecially has reference to America doles of food .as ;this.comes in. Bat .J
,shaken. Of course Bob (beat a hasty and is stir
.
making a throughout
with languages
4. world mme acquainted unity. found the bottle to write, to them the quantity Is barely sufficient to ,
: and an assured and amiable at their home in Michigan- after war retreat) when he discovered that life Europe. The Paris evening papers keep them,alive consisting oi a few 't'
110- "The skies ihare, been for a time was not extinct, but returning found yesterday (Thursday having
'demeanor, +whose care lone female 1 was over. The "bottle was thrown ), longer biscuits, a handful of rice:and a small
darkened byte cloud of war but as that the old snake had been reInforced time for reflection had less
much
;-.rolei or the lady traveling parties overboard from the La'Doohea._--03tusviUe a piece-oi salt.meat or fish. Owing to
:recently imported ,from Scandinaviat compelled to take up the I Star. by a bunch of 43 little one satisfied tone than the utterances of the complete destruction of vegeta-
sword
,and America intrust themselves stoat the cause of humanity, we about six J inches {n length, ell of the morning press in the French cap
We believe that, the farmers of this tion there is not even;any fuel to lie ,
r: are permitted to rejoice that the "con which he killed.-fiuwannee the
ital. While whole continent
reflects
;oi these resolute Russians
persons are : section would find it profitable to found, and many have to eat their allowance r
|V'or Austrian They also do shopping duct hat been: oi .brief'duratlon, 'and fall crat. Demo-I the feeling that the speech conveys rsw-wh5ch tends', to augment

'aDd other business for people Jiving the losses that:we have had to.mourn, plant good vegetable of'' small crops varieties., par- Jacksonville, always In the ,. a grave menace for the future. the sickness.. *
ticularlycabbage
t.out.of town.A though grievous and important. have the latest improvements and novelties The London morning papers revert. to .f1' -
There will be demand for Iheae
been BO ,few, considering the great results a the great IboUh in the is to add another to her long list the subject and take occasion to TROUBLE !WITH..MINERS) 'IX iPAKA.
accomplished, as to inspire Us products by army. of attractions, and the'iact that it will wish well to America's colonial mis '
*President iMoKinley entered the United States,and Cuba. Florida can The imported negro non-union
; with gratitude and praise to the Lord be impossible for any oi her rivals la sion.
station-at.Omaha the'other day the of Hosts. We .may laud and magnify largely supply this demand ii her equal her in this direction only addsa miners in Panaj HL, are. becoming -

:crowd lined trpx as usual upon two His holy name, that. the cessation oi farmers will grow the vegetable., -Orlando trifle to the triumph. The latest PLANT ILL IN JERSEY CITY. reckless, and -the.:union* niners sYe .
,, 'sides of that -was roped oft SentineL growing_resttess. Troop B of .Bloomington .
passage hostilities came so soon as to spare acquisition is a genuine ostrich farm President Henry iB. Plant oi the

"and: protected by the police. HalfWay both sides thecoontless.sorrows' and A vessel supposed be the. U. S.LgGit and the lease for a term of years will Plant System and tlhe owner of the ..remains on. duty in Pans,, but

,across. ihe? platform a womanwith disasters tlhat t attend protracted ,war. ; u.e Tender ftlangrofd, was be concluded. through Courtland Plant line of steamers who was takenill almost. nightly ln the "Flat Haul distdct -

. .. a'k- <,&-&' dodged.. the guard and "I do; therefore; invite,.all my fel seen on the 'bar-(Monday. The.,.Maa. Buckman for twenty acres of land on at the Pennsylvania Railroad station the, negro resident practice F. :

r Ispnu out befnare xMr. McKinley. The low-eitlzens"as"well: as those at home, Dave Uhe, baiby ,of the,.navy,"played Talleyrand avenue diagonally across Jersey City, was still In his Fit shoetrng-et-any-wbitomso-. r '

chief of_poKce,. who led the proces- as Chose,"who.may best the iea or"sojourning an important: part tin, the. late war.I from.tbe.grounds of the Ooanty Clab. rate car at the depot Friday. He arrived ea. : nix 1 "RJUI A -

\ [sioiu ordered her away, bUt'1heIt pres- in foreign lands,.tiro set apart capturing one,of the,largest prizes o t I This property is to be inclosed with from (Florida in his private car The negroes/havV been;heavily aime&by ,

|iideat.interfered. and -toolcoff this hat and observe TOrnrsday, the_24th_ day of the ware IUCft| >)ect\ in coming here a'substantial fence eight to ten feet over the Pennsylvania Road. He wasgetting the mine operators.:.Residence* '

'' i so'haTshe mg-ht get a better view oi November as :a day oi national was probably COIt t1oD'mth..tJhe'buoy. high and other improvements will be ready to leave his car when of several'white.miners: were! :shot

gels taee.- iRaokfrng rapidly a few feet thanksgiving-to'' .come togetherIn In of, the ship .chan>dar' made i immediately, which will adapt he was taken with vertigo. Uis son. into by Winchesters in-, the (hands of ,

r V3n advance, she got several good enapsh'otzi'and their'several places of worship for. a Key Gulf Courier.F ,h. ( the'place ;to the peculiar necessities 1)(. F. Plant, who accompanied him, the colored men. A white widow's
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then disappeared. service"vif'praise and thanks to Almighty The tobacco barn belonging,,tcritrKampmier. oi,the larm.,These improvements will had Mr. Plant"put to bed cottage alas< pierced repeatedly by 1'

l --.o- 'God"ior .all the"blessings' of at Wiconwas* .destroyed include a salesroom, located on the Then the son notified the< family DiiHeG,nseveral charges barely mti1i.1 -

i The. cigarette was first Introduced the yew, for:*h.e mildness'of he. by fire",on.Wednesdayv Fortunately avenue near the corner opposite the New York and also summoned the r.J chren.4The n1litla \

into this'couotay at the'close.oi the sons and' the fruitfolnew-of: he*.o the tobaeoo had peen stored At anotlher te terminus: pi, the, street car track family physician. The latter remained sat they cannot" apprehend'T. 'the"cut- ,
.
;r1me&11 War by British officers who for continued' prosperity' oi the people i 1ace. All of Jiis;year's .aupp1T.9f waiting rooms :and .Japanese teagarden with the sick man all night. pro! . .f 0 .

, bad found themselves under compul.iion ,:ior the valor and'devotion,of our horse feed iwas- burned. The.-fire .it which will add much to the This (morning iMr. Plant'was better, is reported that "i* \ -

to adopt Turkish fashions oi con- countrymen fOr the glory,of our victory supposed to.have escaped from,camp- attractions of this new park for each aod be and ""his family took breakfast tint. ent of outside union wWte minera .
"
:' :vsnmmg tobacco'seeing that there was and the hope .of'a righteous fires. The barn was' new ana ,was it,wfli be.. Within,. the inclbsure will in the Plant car. I will sopajarriTsJo Pan.JAcon i >! .L_-

:::: :not decent dgar to be 'obtained*f* peace and:,Xo'prayjtha t |lhef dlIne eight by thirty ,feet,. fifteen:ieet )to be:.the buildings'and fences that areneeded J 'Mr. Plant is abort eighty years of I ment of 100 rifles was received Y loreit-

:love or money :throughout,the.length guidance which has brought ns heretofore the roof -Brooksville Star. in, tlhe breeding of the birds, age. His son said he was fatigued by : ben ,tor O intend,' ctfntlrtlamibe I

"_'- and breadth.of the Ottoman Empire. to safety ,and honor, tofty be The Tropical Sun of West Palm ior each pair of birds must be shut up ,the trip North, and that it wax not p pej.tj and :ela taieg+it-

,Pipe smoking arM strongly disoour- graciously_ continued,in the. 'years ocome. Dead says:. ,'The,fine young .rubbe by-,1tee11J1ni" separate .yard 50x100 surprising thai he should be a.little no protection is giveapr byce %"
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v i,j. i"'" i ?!:.atal m'- forty j cars tree* 'Towing-.d njcely all 'around feet.--Times-UBSon.and CMzen. ill on .ceo-nnt'of his age. sheriff. ,or troops.. .. ;',irr ]
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NEIGHBORs ,'
?,i 4j1oM; OUR r the Hone F. S.. Morse.and',J. A.:McDonald postmaster to Joseph(;;Ortoq.kerbyi.who left F.. ''l' :Budge; ball this? :'week. 'commenced -, '

"" .. .'" .... Captain.Bros |er;wbo,successfully, were 'in oar village laat.week., and payments. ,, t and one_ b .years ago',for, extensive Improvements:to his Y-

.r '. . ." ALAPATTAH .PEAIRIE.. catered to the soldiers in the'cool beveragelInewbile.tbey'werecamped They assure us, that we.shallaoon be treasurer, *4- ;' secure rubber nuts' with ..the brick block on the corner of 12th.street .r ;"i.--::

: I ,at supplied with a suitable freight depot.J. back this.np by i ; view nf planting! f tb*JP iXthe_ '.and Avenue I.*: On 12th'streetla'twoitory ? -. J.' :

: Mr. L. 0. '.OllTer, who bas "lately : Miami and who accompanied them td W. Ives & Co.,-,our popular.mer- here, i in np way returned o Jr.Kr6y,gtati-s: :addition,20x80 i t'I.t'Ur.b.added! =r:':. .
his
Jacksonville
; has returned to,his neighbors, by '
plantation '' traveled thousand mile ,
dstof tobishardwargstore aectfon.
i embarked la the fertilizer business chants, are doing a thriving business. : t .1>Tbls'lsbeingrbuilfc. : : .
was a visitor on Tharaday. Mr.Olirersboald wife andi in :the;' piney''The woods bringing his They have recently,bnilt .an addition!, on names election Ii";day, Amazon:to;"it* b waters. I ',: i ::'bye' iJ.',F.fWoodwarth.. i[6n.: T1V

,: receive the support of the entire family; genial Captain to their store in order to accommodatetheir ; was '.and succeeded jin.secur I Avende 1 a ;twprtbry_ section 60 feet; x4.
-.. will .still continue in the catering line trade. meeting that nut of the rubber In the atenaeand:[ feet .
,
1, Prairie for he is I endeavoring to give increasing large oq 60 deep js"being $ ik.
' but:it will be!to the ranks of a crop of take:25.shares a' '
He
honest sun Ytomitoee also l secured grant of I built bjr P..Y..fiahn.: . This.Mr> -' '
every an opportunity iteind There was a very enjoyable;dance at 40. What : :1 A
he has given it but .iUo 'land i :
; :' fertilize bU crop witboat, .binding biifl cold that there 'will' be no soldiering the:schoolhouse l last Friday evening, It may be that of.' from'the Peru- udgf.m.. :occupy' .as-sppif.as'Winpleted j' : ,,{",
{ hand and aa moat handlers.of ferrilizersdo. the ladies Mrs. coTeredWitb.Tubber: with" a'large)''ne.of.Qm1tun.: : 't.- '
foot being SayersMrs
T lI wectlil. the army, of plants he is present cohesion among He returned'to ;the"'lInitd' The f additions ,
two will be"connectd
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.t' . raising: ; Mcftaddy' Mr Hilton Mfsse enterprise to fall; : ", T ;
.It\ the of where the f .
{ I' way: London, be .with. original I storej; so as to makpit '
, : Your corrpOodent is In. receipt:ofi. I ; -<' V- Pratt, Otwell, Sayers Dykes and the a brief .effort w I : :Y ,
,,. : .:His two younger sons.known 'as the in interesting English apt one,buiiding'two, stories.high with sa ". kfrontage
: ,a'ietterfrom. of holders Misses Crews. J. W. Douglas.accompanied I .
i. ,, .. one oar property, ry winnles" are' attending 'the Biscayne Ind quiet in the land grant, to"th _"exten&of of/0 t.onltbtk" : '
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'about the ,Ala- by Messrs;House,Peters Snipes and\t ? :
enquiring proposed but have
we
1. school .while Adeil his accomplished I or'ibaut l,2SflCbop: ; Me will UOf'n"'A'e ; ,fronts .I "
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pattah scbooIlAd he aaysin Ma epistle and 'P. Ball with guitar tarnished. gain by making .tbis"'wnttr'.f ?. y
in Miami )
9'fhe will erect a dwelling on his property_ T and most' lovable young daughter tbe music. 1 write to persuade I engaged OO''i: : : ''
foal number 1
/ : I ,will board with her aunt Mrs.Gary i work of. maga .
J and bis right down I x ;
move family .aa now sity for concert -
Farmers ,
all preparingland -
attend are busy
1 Niles and the school at 'Lemon
j : soon as_same is aasared., I haje yet to I _1| .' '; Frank Jplark br Punta iii rr .: ,'.
; : I City.. and,transplanting tomatoes, egg mee. + : r'f' .i c ; Gprda e; :
'-'i.. j.. Mr. B. W.Donglas was hauling lamberforMr.J.W.Kriokeon'e'packing- plants.and peppers.J. ' does not feel_it ; Undertaking Establish eJ t.', three: Olera.'eD ged'fn:mackerel .. ",.'

: ,Miss, Senie Douthit. known. to her G. Truitt, who Is,. farming on his bones-- I' be'seen".by;reference to hi*' fishing off/' .Key .Largo-the Cavallia,," :fI.i .
t most: Intimate friends as "Captain '
:,t : house last. .week..> stead of e ; our'/oreman; 'fl. M. Maude.and,Alice. -TbeMaadebrongb> "j.
,- -, ., l' Bllllehas been( I elected some of his i rich ,hammock on!Little : :. :
unanimously world, only those !' about to embark fn the under tn'I,600maderel: Tuesday f '1B. -'
.On hia':' :"totMiaml;: last 'Thara- the : Snake Creek, has a fine for a ; > 'r; .
; prospect
way President: of Lemon City; Whist "
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; which are ; business, and tai rented "the :dec;: .Scobie of. :Titnsvllle I lie' has a "
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h 't' day.Mr.James Balney killed a large < gooddrop of eggplants cucumbers andtomatoes. \ : +
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Club. x.regard. this I as
rattlesnake. ; rWe ;; [ . a well! we defend ours, the JlETKOPOLig/building for'i number..of. vessels worsr cpllectingmackereL t .. :,
It...:.g.-. ,' : .' ,.; deseried'complimenthfor! "CaptainBillie' .' c'> -I' them without a I: pied -b1.it Kronowitter. He:purchased:4biJbead'ofc' ffi ,- ./::
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.QaitVa% numberof< strange faces both is not only an'excelient playerof Thomas Harp, the famous banter ? Time is needs,no introdiictfon'to'the i 1 hos. Boberts;of Cutlerbroaghtln'on t r? <

\t: ladies I and gentlemen were seen.on the whist'but is one of the most charming has put aside his gun and traps organize soon it ; Miami l, Cocoanut. :Grove arid the/Two SistersWednesdaylr .L..-"':: ,;

\ : i\\. Prairie: lut,week, vMr. and popular members of the' young and !is Siow wielding a hoe. Judging this ieuou'. Let : I City,' for since" ,hi 'caaTent,'I, #,L.f.Griffitf+ ;'of'\the Thos..Bi' : ,'Neat y.r'"; '"
; elementof Biscay; er society.( "Captain from the ,of,his' ;'we master its forces of tonmention' *
.Will r Berry, better known a* appearance" crop : two .years-agpi'j-*s.one ot'ibff Company : of which _
S '1 t. 'Uncle.-,Bill,has'.been working, 'hard setting Billie"bas-Zbe''quilities of enterpriseandenergandthe think .he will attain more"fame andfortune1' mal know where i force;:his work has always firm bas heretofore been made ha-.?- .: r._. :

*T : oat.strawberry plant.and a risit: pluck to wrest as: a farmer ,than.i1 balsa a organize jet us ''a high, orderhi*deport' arrived: andIs. engaged organizing o ,", :" .T '

.: to bl..place: will illustrate.td, what an success from'the' ;:mostadvers9' condi hunter,,and- trapper Mr. Harp: has (find Jt"put', l1 and conrteous,and work/for,his company,. w which :ila not -*-: "xYrf ;

r ; c .) ,.adv utap-thel_. ..:.can baraised' ;oa'this ;tion.: She' is having' a crop of peppers, eggplants and.peppers .almost 'ready cordingly. entrusting! :workto'his! : >:care only'',to 'engage in'mackerelbut, ail;V ..' ?
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IF -. _< [ :, : "i .: eggplants and cucumbers, '"the put qualities put" that .for'*,.the.market. I ly upon .beitig-iwell; } J done. .Other,.kinds, of fisbingfrom; this.pori,;r'7: '- ;";,_- i' .
her to ill ;
j ;MrBaxley ii"embarking. in.'-the, beanfcultoreoa prove necessary to.possess become'aaioat, :successful ,.W. ,,N,'Woods' has recently.had'ten ,It' Is : '' will' :conti" h"ej with :tW :: ':f.Hose: .J r :." ,' .. .. ;.., -- If'-
a large scale.Armed i. ' acres/of'land' ,on his homestead thorougbly'cleated cr" LITTLK Bcv and'give attention::'to the Company.Org:
manager of f rm"and. of
a a gatherer" : '
' ' 'oo sion : A- 'meeting;of,citizens was held at f
bnsiness'only
and part-of nK as : ; <
aDd : to"CaptilnBillie.ourhat It'settporanges TO the Editor of the "
K.'F. shekels .
with rod All hail
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.-* :, reeULieut. ; has had the) city '.hall' Wednesday for'tbe ,
Be is constantly tnakingim- "I wish to'c ICS :some eipe-- evening
;' .' made early start lastTharsdaymorningln bend : in'
.Smith an i Is. off and we the! knee the
#', ': :search".of fist reverent homage due from, a vassal'to provements on;bis:place' "' to exlstin; this,: as'afunerat. :.directoranduow:" purpose* taking. ,steps to organize.*#

: -and his labor was rewarded by 'catch the gaeen1, ( ; t' ', ."' -'. Ja&/Murphy, another of the successful wrlter..of a:'we : [ '"a fine line>f,caskets and a eeompao1or.aenraJcompaoliL' *r.
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Jiiye" had "
in he'coarse'of a We ; the hose for some time : .
and few days ,
r ? :,.*r- .A-1 -' place, beaded ': :; ; :
jjt
bee L IJttie SD&keijr et '
:of;- ,twenty-x - -:-.seea- (, ?fled.' ;:: .* ). 'Dr.: ;Freeman, ':IDSR'ua' ti\C! hewer_ been farmers' deiotfnghiiattention of; -this;has fall I'wish It, ;: 1 an,elegant hearse. .r "I- butup .to', the_ ;;present 'time; we have: : .} ;"

-Mre.'Ericksonand.Downtng.; ;'\were lnventivegeolu'and'Iie merof 'Utopian toitionttwoacreiof: '" disclaim the ""a I'r'. J. .' '.bad no hpse company organjzationv_.F.T "' ::.

: ".Milton S ___ on.Tbarsday.: : ,:t'' ;.. > dreams"has disposed' ,of his:homestead ! The,.indicationsare, pepeiaand that he.wllt okra.,be ten,_ :;: : 'OiifWinted ":, 1 Badge was chosen chairman of the;. J.f' 'r" l,,,,
1; d'JikLulDmul "
: J. to Sam Anderson 6f Lemon City ; pr .black,'t I do: plain cooking meeting a ; secretary. 1" ,;
Mrj.WfJoho ona tedbyLicut.gmltb' .
most .
'_ and will shortly' invade Cnbe with'the successf-ol jo making an abundant" work. .Good wages!. ' Toni""R'aDuf i'unanTmoasly .chosen R. S.i .
bat acre
set of tozatoeson : : : :
: one .: r -./: .View of miking it his l permanent home: erppv. ;Heiis'already."supplying.; his- .I : t.- t "Yas.'F.'J, >, y .,. ; cjhief i :of the company/.t.A 'membership; .<. t::
dar-- :
:- friends i wth'peppers.! .: : v'Vh8. DaniaFlaBicyclist : .
r } ; .
The has ': -:1' of 1$ secured adjournment =
Doctdr diicloaeoL some quite .t The :. was and: .p :': ''
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.Messrs.Jf Q.Hooks Bro.. et-"ou' '-,' gay,and"sportire t raits recently' and itis : .-,. vMcEaddy' Is, "haitling'Vriow; Jbe..Miami, ;t "' ; \ ' ; until, next/Tuesday,night',take n'wb erg; l' ;' .a,
!two.acres of tomatoes tart_ Friday.zMrH.Tv" .; 'romored that he a is'o wed";a aban trying:to" see.ths 'his ""cropuof. eggplants lcelfatat'tect:on ; / --, :;: every,' business'mao and'citizen Interested -;: it ",'

,,. .:Padgett JbJas' :secured. the lady.) '. high, degree; )vnbf' .)has an :;,tomatoes, okra 'peppers years' '.r they : "to tryingtryirig'your, eta' cool drink'orVdish Wheel, in:Miami n is Invited to be present* .' .t -:':'

is contract; of clearing :gad, putting IncnltiYSting abundance of PesetU..f.. ,* Uck.nolcning'that will tend to increase teacher:Prof. l at Chas Courly' Buena. and 'Bassist)in:organizing i ;a strong and. : .1),

I. condition the farm ricenUj'I Mr Sam, ,Anderson. ,.. .,- ;'who' "has i'u.parcbased the'.-yield.': Mr; Mo '1, 'a ,practical second' :teacher Saturday or, und Qf" tefficient.company;. }- ,_ '' '
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urobizedb j Mr.DoirninXnAndover'.t : .Freeman"' bomeatead will trucker and no doubt his efforts will be sary-and Was "_ ?S41 Y
,CUI. ." ,.' the* ', ibundantlyrewarded.<*> ;, Miss}Mann.At
'f' mOTe t and take charge of: it ? ; :
pot BOOO :
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Ifv M; tomatoes:lastweek:1." expect to putout some.kind of'a: crop. Ke&< 'Co:,;:Long; Philips '&'Elliot had increased so 1'I1111d : 'n
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is;- emlth'rlsited Miami, lte6. t Saturday ;#Captain{ ,TomroyHirp;; ofltockledge, Bryan; Cook,Denham! Tucker,, Scho- Edith Hunter r' .' "
J Merritt was e
feMnrphy.S.-A: AW.J.McKaddy
star" evenings / .. .-. Hammock' k on.Snake' C'eekb: '' been aDd;'KJ g preparing'f 'rI large ent,. while.the 4'.t: : .I /. !f
a ; ., lnaatnon ro\1ra quite; seriously' ill: butr .is; now :much crops : : .
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of;vegetables.on Little Snake Creek. were ;". 1J"f. ., ''I, .. ,
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Most that will cultivated :
Have : 1elo.t ofVaried
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l&sie.l 'Old'Uncle: the :by; :>Mrs. : "
colored bad is
Bwni Int splendid :condition, having .been *, ,. _
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{ losing asbe u:, .: _early .and_ thoroughly pulverized -
:'x said,of?.heart fallurWe */'' .: . '. f .with a':disc harrow,'and.'vegeta Increased so ', :
3i.t ; ; the' boys at Batchelor's'l bies'already! plantedare. : )=looking.well. employment of ": : } : :
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;had4tbii) 'pleasore shaking r "
< Hammock must not.be:)tartlediby\a sary.:. Lash w : ,
.av t 'bands .with I* : FeatherlyBrothers" : who dazzling Ught noW; frequently die= ; <:S.F.,oodribh was bat one di 'lastWeelctoeaperiritendthe reached,'160. ; : .(, I'00"d: .Dli; '
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were pot ;! transplanting
p Mthere" after ,dark. .It:is' only I O'Neal of ; y
l f. ?**"* Hew acqaasntances last Bnnilay;<< Horner Ingalls looking: ouot; '.tl S upstairs of.two acres (,\tomatoes, Mr.Goodrichpreysei' ; charge,of:the !: ?! : .._ .c } / \\t

'. : ,t!.'Saixman was oat_ on,Sunday:to window;')waiting:to, see,.l.which himseif life'''.as.;being': detlghtediitti"faem and'4.:. 'One of l .*: %:-J[ :Y \ h':?,f' ."!" <,*: -"* ;t-v/r.:',J.Y'. >-jP"...
look the 400 dozen be has rHeuble' ; will be'used :: : : : '& :5
at :pineapples! train Jim: takes.after frantic. :hy '. * ; : .! r '- r r -. ** **
'' just. bid'pltnted.-, . . ,_ haste to'get through his sapper, ,ti .; Mr, *J.G. Scboier and eon Bert spent a';;: schoolroom,"' ., :tnk\v ll : soIt.ea' y.rb > '. :'$: ,: '
1'r' '' Sundiyyieiiing"lends. (tn.Lemon only : / ..;, .
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Mr.13:) ) '.Douglu.wife I _:., :and little ;Too)much,rain;has 't injared 'p ,some City:'I-. * %"' "*' The Course- ;, : 'l"'9.J'f< : 'c'D"R"E'S'? . :. -O"O"-'D'. . 5"J'>ris; ',i {-y
daughter were bat'for a drive: ,Sunday : ...
4 extent the tomato,:and: pe'pp plants.;[ t, ', : f. i ,. T- n' tended 'to-the : . . - :1. . 1+' .: "" .tz : OI
afternoon.. t.' "" D. R. Knjght' of Xemon'.City came "II \ al1 : '''
set,on the glade prairie lands. ;' mar department :: pec JtIactty J1P.LQ.et; -;;Ai3; .g '

: ( 'w.: f Mr.:Nicholson;the able representa. ; It is really;astonishing"'and. 'aiapt.pleasingandenconrag5ng np'Soodayto lI!'.";'Knight.: '!see intends!hisSnake to,put Creek' In, a)farm.large in the high' G'' ,-_ '; ,< .:,\ _' 'iio.f4'T' .' ,.. :. ,::' "._ j4 I.i t\-1' ".
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9 t. MrvO.H.Baalerson; called:on sight tO seeso"many acreage-at,Snake, Creek,this eelsoi.II .- are now, ' ';; :1,2:: ,2:>: t t
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.,one of oar ,sex last Sunday evening.Mr. people'putthg: -in 'crops.iof schools,'are ,out : .:. : : : ,
'. 5' -'. ,-Oweor and family' ,spentt. last trucks;'In'.a'short:canoe trip'takeH[ to .:E. Snipes has recently purchased lisbed. footing. i ; e SilksFor "": ', '''' < ;

}" 'V8GOda1 afternoon. with, Mr.. and :Mrs Snake Creek..few.days ago:we':noted for himself fine' horse and how he.{can Next year ltw. ;; ; ; : : ; : ; ? CFhl) '
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.):... Conine.' -' that ever!hammocE and all<.available* be seen, ,almost dally. ',;.driving: a h ow. school board ; ; ; ;; -0 : > : :

:= i!.je :Messrs;Bainey & Doroughty- 'set'put patches,of land everywhere w on the trip 1 '"The:Ojus J public school' "is.flourishing- present a1 :Suits' 'Waists, .'and, TrimmmgsV',, ..J.ItS l. Y' .S7 .
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,.- c :'oneacre of..tomatoes on:'Wednesday, was being,set ou' with| crop of "some 'under,the efficient management'Miss! _, [ : - j f- 'C ' 'J 3 ; ; '
kind. ; *' .' school : '-' = i ) :;** .-and Willie twell Every child of- indescribably lovely o: "J
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t ri.'l fiJno.. (flfcBerry1 tnd -MrlAlricb : *- : : .*& l A:,B adt' ; .
:,r..' .brought' a fine.:.>80-80! :Marlinrifle A'le ate ricom" (iener'' fr ed.>Kronnformerly agewJthin i,reacb"'of' :tie 1:,schoollslnattRdance. The'' peopie.' < ohatle/m' .pripe:' ,. .1 : c. ; .J }'':.>;-1- :
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otauavalie.on r- ': : ':1'0; :
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:4" pat this week to;show us. how'toshoot " Deedr c : ; ; 1 :" :
z r' : ,' but[ wben:.J;,,W.. Johnson_, On,* bat'now Jersey City,says that;,the ;Jler' 'W.kr, stane'o; of 'XempnCity; 'that; :.ettl.em ; : '
}: jibed- shooting:,with. *bJs"''.common; 'bgr thing'that' :':;struck:,.him"',n Store blT will:preach peat-Sunday mor clue. and. roads" "now. ; : / : ; : .2i

Winchester at,IBO ;yards,:the.Marlin upon_bye. return civilization! .was that evening at.the schoolhouse.w rate' party.., : ; ; : ;

.t rifle was pot on) the market, for sale,. the people must all'be rich,they1 w6re :,! i'' v- ;' i" '*' ."< ' pine dand, and' ; noes., ., Sc es" > ;, ,.
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.-\ ff,., L1ftLZ' IIQB'UOOlUOt Ji'' ' ', ::Colonel' John*Harp' who baa':been LOCO:That,Horticultural"GsovY; Not Society.;. 15,'1898.;,: the.'prairie ; : .j ': .*;.J'fi.t/: ; ,i/: ,. : : ;ik.. : ; ,
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mastered out of 'J1 'ser iqe.: at kmiroa ltarioroLre very '-'
K H/H..;DeYarman,'one of .our"most < out by wheel,' ,'Y e_ h6V >always .been" l leaders: uv: '" f% .'
Ala is about
.{ (HuntaTille! 1. leaving there. Will.you grant space. in your columns : : ,.. / ,
< tc k SQCcessfal 'truckers: :lastseasoni_ jha.: for_Portb Rico on a proa'pecting, :tripOJUSOOLlNaS. Iota: few:"words to'the' truckers and ble to be.closed .r'f'6. ,' ,; '"

:< retarned afUrliaving" spent-the, '. UD- ,_ J <-. ,-"" '. fruit t growers:'of; the',B tcooniry'on owning' land al Iw Shoes: '.':_, ... ..;.. I-b era: s. : t v-:': .hav':'e, th' e :b'-eSt7'-- ";: -, "'x' ,:4 -

aer.ID'Ui.; noithem.partof.the" 8UU :'" 'the'subjectof J tbeDade County;Horli- fit _to:>, IO'e It. ; and[ 'most "styirshi': l OuYcoo '
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; ; 1 r* ,i 1.-, .' cutrar'J) cietyf; ,I feel sure that the changed : ". "#"'" v ,' :*--j' ? < .? ? -.ills.jgg* "i'_..", 5 585-I

'i iUHon'BurrhwrttnrMd from Miss I .Dykes;'of' Little::RUer-visited work:or tbeOrganization.will:be.furthered . fall., :The : ..'Shoes__ ;are- tough ':<,wearers" :and'..WI'k- ; .'

'a'_Nt'.visit f '"Saw..Grass' )lti.'J; ; Miss, Sayers list, ,week. : v . by oj>enlng;'a:channel of corn* the county' to" -"""', :"i" i*'"':- : ' "' .*.. :'/" -_'<.''.,=: i: ; ',:the.aame:ctty;bas_heeo -' "' ""DeYarman*- ,4- '- muoication weenoor'wldely: 'scattered section }I eb; ':not;:di appomtuyou.. :', / 4\ ( <:*' :r
'Yrend8ioopot Mri (was .here Saturday rinraod ) ? ,'. .: -' : ./ 'L'- iI
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.;days here. TisI ting Mrs. neighborhood. *' 'r. iirvi : r: ., w: '
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on si Visit'toVhls; ; friend'MrvjH.ILSnipes. : : t ing the city at, \\.y.ea. sO'.carr.y ,a .,oue-hne.o.: : $ &* :
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,;fJ'.1 ,; :The !lumber Is on the ground, for:he : : : to appeal; to ;the growers on tbe oasis street. ,Last 'J Y,,..,,... 4. to -..- .._ "Jt,". '
Dick I .Kingfpi; fF Landerdaie_ I came of, the. constjltutlon',and, country,'there !
:{ : eoopal I church andjirprk air. .it ,wil, ; : by-laws recently -
-1'0 down. Friday 'to p ndSaturda z-.and ; nawa n.'the t! Kmo!.u vated.: Now, : : i
Jbel: pushed akag at bnceV11 p /. ,
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{ Sunday with his,"mpther-\' and brother) / and sot tli hold'another'meeting until cultivation jor > ; Fiirfflshllgsr :

#. .a; The lot for UM church was not dolt'aslusbeen Waddell at least 200 shared bad been subscribed winter. :Ai; : .
J B.;A. and the general gentOtthe' :
>Kited 'Tkeconditions '
.. : . for and I$200( paid lasso that we might are engaged in
,)"' : mp& 1lDtl' ;pro'doaa"OD; epafew.dagsa: ; Ajrmbor: o.lnterviewingtruckY Fertilizing eo.were .be ready t)take immediate steps to get laborers .' : BLANK TS D c iE ::'; ,
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being children th
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__ "." 'aie4JD the work. ,it was decided\; beat *m- ."? ; ''j" '..: *_*lt i I I sTcbarter I. thought' -" ';::nd"then. ,ctaally'begin""abd'I.still;think;business.;that, Ing'and: :: ) .: :- e '... :; } :i : ? ':/ '' : ..:; < r, '\:' ::" ;: :

;je gt*b i..I; lot: WUk'tMkia :will;b* an ;%,We are glad to note that=G neat
variet
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';X, ',Bpkcopai'oburch. It.. .being_4 ..ilt.."' for_ and W.V? Jlprton, two 6f four popularyonnRmee :: regnlslte'number'of shares commissioners : l ; ; > an ., -. ;; ; ;. ;'
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j. t',. ... the benefit of talcoe ', Whb"have recently. been on subscribed for;bul somebody must take I ing'them, a' : ..ever'' {KOO'VO:- -," .' r-., ;'. . .',_... 7. "';'; ,'-" .!.;T':, "-'''.o.."-,- "i" .

> "-and other'aenbuittfttioas-will be.- }" .wel-- ', .the sick, ihat'ars, imprdvingi. ;:. some trouble;1ii, -every:community, or bring7 'out..'. : : : .; :{ ? : : : : !:; ; i .y f. 4 :- '-: >

., t..j. -!ewe. _-to-the. ; :rue..:.0.of It.-., ; ._ :P.; -$::-Load,and",',Cl"'oPhilips- .'of nothing_ accomplished. : truck: 'We d ' ...-.. .. :"x 'Yours 'to.rpIease" .1. ,, ,, < :
a < 'Mkmi : '; - -- - ittnst of Miami,win : '; : -i- -- ; : i < : : r-T''0 lW; : ? -' #V-x-: .
t. &The,Whist Qinb waa deligbgtally! is thIaiiclnltylCondajlsnatag.5beo' ;. plan'! .r:would. suggest ; : :; : ; : % :< : : -, ,
f..1"terrt&1Ae4. by'Mr' :a.4 Yrs Parker, at { 'sawtliem t That one or wore,loam growers air each the_assarance > f.--.r. f; &&,t'l-lf" 8&* n -..1.2.." .L -: ;s ,-: ., jI

:Abe fot.n1'.i Otd. .'' -mpp ,.,-," kitatL.d. badnotr6aRlt., any)+1 if-1.Aor+'t.t nom. vty.shoulwiita a'few"words' rendered of"the' prairie at .>c' M. vRDJI"l', & ,.. war -

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altw Sri .1 x awaits him when' he.. sees. tKe. :'..cheerfuL; fire In one Qt'.t:," ';,. '::

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economical in the consumptkuvof fuel and artistic ; '
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Gr d fSI_ gn. They come :in yarrous sizes and 'an ;; '
kiw.arri..:'t 'N ,e t.1. 'n' [1I4 ; .patterns -. "Z '
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t .pilf AMONG OUR NEIGHBORSI cottage: grounds 'MODELO Jf 0. I't .
Jates'Sis' tQifl trip on the 15th,. taking.i .rtr1
t ur ,passes- out of what was a confusion; of rock ,:'
SS AY era, some household and :
--- -- g goods 6,000 and' weeds. Such iuiprovements'addnot .: ,btt.James- ,Paulson has 'beeovery!: ':.: ,
yk x'f Notice-----r-----I I j pounds 1 of coon tie starch; The last ) only to the looks of n place.(but anxious for some time to obtain'some. -r' ,
takf'1 palUR 'to lot of starch sold for four cents per bepound tter still to the I ..:. ..
C+xrespondeat..hauld get reputation! or ,
ii'Ilere did our nap.shots'of hi n@,bentnas. : '-_
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idle office br
their letter Iuto ThurwUy morn- in Key West. Capt.Gibson :.,:
f* got it at Sewells', where I always 4ueor W"dDf'lIda eoeninR'amafl. Uurap.cecramped ex- peoplp!! for thrift andprosperity' With was, accommodated! on Sunday,and,now"i--c: : < /f1
(II and to Insure publication\ the letter peat to be back in about week or ten the Housekeepers'Club improvement : -:-..,. .
; go, You can get any kind of a of -orrepondents should not to later days with another load of fertilizer.: Jameasiysbewjll give'ltbe'-bo1 t-trs, :;..f. .
S than Thursday morning. We still need. rorrespoadent the Ball Brothers'neat pretty Chicago "
cottage idea
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: you want there.- What is de 4 a ft. Lauderdale llalUiid.Cutler I panbe grown ;:;, .
use gwlne around here and taking r, Li 1 ken, RIliottM Key and Planter. Will some P. J.Mills has the contract for putting -, and the church building painted and ade. The general impression Is that (;:'

.,."" ZZ.CJU8t? any kind of Hat,when Sewell [ _5 t i lone section do the to the work front.at theme We iball places be glad Keep to lerre your out in grove the 10' acres be sold the grounds put in order, the,Peacock' l'-the boy" wears' :petticoat-aiel is the ...... ,- 1t' .

'* hat got a carload for you to pick t+ you all well. recently, which bas been cleared up corner on Main street will present! .a i sender of the,conventionalsizedeovetipe : _" 'Z...
and will be furnished with of most creditable appearance to our expected which finds it. '
-* from ? See? a system warintohis P ,O.' ,.'r %
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pipes; and pumps for use in dry wea Northern guests of! the season. box two or three times 'lrery'-eee1G.4--'- e.f :. ,
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John Sewell & Co. S "DOT8 BV PIN." ther. C. El: Davis baa the contract .to {Commodore.Ralph Monroe. ha* spent Thedestr eat-ftir success I is certainly "-; ? ,

Samuel Rhodes is one of the pioneers furnish the trees from his nursery tbi week'over at the:Cape snperihtend-. commendable and spurs a man .on. .to .*.f,

of the Biscayne Bay settlers. Years A.J. Palmer. is en joying) a'>visit. from log the building of ai; wharf at Mr. enewed energy, but the fifteen, or sixeen -, ' '

I S : ago be explored this section, and made a brother,: who recently dropped down )avis' landing.. JV ire,glad to know,i ii t .hours! *fJeema",puts. -inererr'dif;::( '_.J.;'.t;.. .

c up his mind that there was a future upon bi n., \Whether he:will persuade i that Mr. Davis and f anil! lyareng eipec has C!alatlon-! ; r, '?t-.. .

%' -rr-rr i ?-;*, ., for'this magnificent Bay country and the brother to stay orb 'brother,.will .'' to come early and-mate! ; _a longstay ac i, "ala.Jon 1 '* .I.n.! '; -"....

: >-" HOOK HERE +.+ be invested s largely in Bay front land* persuade him to leave baa not'yet been this winter at,their Cape hoin ., 1' ice-PresidenParrot '.x prirai'ear w ::"-' Y.. '..",. .

then 'cheap and almost an unbroken decided. But if Palmer:ever gets.that Mrs Peacock,I has returned from Key stopped here an bom'o'; ; more;od 'Frl% r

*% If you'want anything wilderness, whose only highway ns- l house built on his Grove lotjand :can' West: ttter..a tery "idvelyvisit.:" : r diy while l'ir'Parf; located. >tiite,, " : .,>

in.the . . . .v. by sailboat on the Bay. When the persuade somebird, of paradiserto look on f bcBailwalCoaright:! : ot.:Rayforf;

Stationery Line writer came here three years ago Mr. l longingly at it,we'll bet on his stay. LINTON.LOGIC.. the packing: house'to be erected by'the **; "!'"
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Rhodes was still living in the log cabin ing. ModetOQenerilMeichindfaeCo... .. .... ... . : : +
thatched roof that had fur W. I, Metcalf I came'down:from r ", "Ji.'f' y
q, u"X Go to the with : long Pine is busy selling beans these days'- ,West Ir./i;BIIipkie'otSavannah'0-
nished with shelter. But his Palm, Beach Friday, 'night: and returned J : >t:
Sold out of two varieties this week.A .ass ndsnsfewdi setbii lacewbich: ': 1
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L. .. iMiami 'Drug Store reward f Jim long look ahead and determined Saturday morningA ;. t ffe"s1
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.r new lot of Refugee,. and Valentine has been .known: .Jot ntanJ years as theFourJJUVHainindck. ,)' _'ee >*
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,.+u- 'The have' a nice line of BlanlcJiBooks p railroad energy was !looked tor.*'er.d.1. . of young people' cam !' ,. ." *."-,\. ';' j,'( .'.,' ..
i* SM ,/ } : band. The to Miami river 10. down from Boynton .on; the. Rowley1 , -, iII.., '. . } '1: \- ,, .
,;Box Paper, writing- was built Miami city sprung up like Mrs. Alice,Busbwhoownsbir,front Inrush "Nonesuch Fridayevening::= to ', CocosautAve.t! TJfm!;*llf'tJrt'track ? I cI.?: ;:

S Parish, etc. Give them a magic an1 Bay front lots had become joining Mr. Ean's property, baa attend the!entertainment and. social, a t C? t4t the,canal!! !,a djatancefpf J nearly-: '!! .

; valuable. Sales were made and an' just.finished one of the neatest,tastiest the schoolhouse. -: two miles, W been all cleared, and. npw, :'.... > .
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ARTHUR increased bank account and bulgingpocketbook two-story cottages on the: bay It Is .Mr. Adams of' Palm Beach presenf.s" >tl3neappeariiioe.Mrs .. . .. .J-t, : , ,.:,"l.>"
: : F. LANG ceiled ; : 'cam ; ;" } ,..,... : :Jjt :t
.,a! ... Proprietor. set 'him'to thinking. Anew' '- throughout with' selected.Georgia down Wednesday night." ;Hejwastaking'orders .",E. T.kin g, ;one ;6fj:jabrJFprt.V..Hi -t!'.: ,
I.. pine,finished in ,on ,
of ; The: work .
u.. house was first thought and a : : for fresh meat.; lie ilent Lauderdale neighbors, went...to:lNewe'. '
'11., T V-r L kf mod cottage; soon overlooked the was, oD.bi '}[.!'. 'Hbbbs, which, is a the niglitiitTbiellsthegnestotJ.E; : .- Smyrna Saturday tp.spendaVfeV{ ayi: ''."' 'W I'
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commenced developing the y.rtn
with :
Bay. Chambers. her parents-Dr.and.Mrs.. ; .
.
Bush J is expecting riumbei o'N : .=. ,.4. <
a ortb- *
AEeOeuor : surrounding r grounds.Including some ; : 'Wm.Burton returned d to Linton Friday Ah\ was'accompanied by'her son\: lea -:. --, ,.4 -:;'
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of the marsh along the Bay front. I era guests,.this; winter, Who.trill 'a lace and Iltt1ediughterEfelnoT. ' '
>( ',. : (
tnhig.
Ddoubt I 1 He bas been away nearl . .. .:. ..
: .
JL *9\* S this two or;''three years passed be charmed with their surroundings >to"' i"f ;: ..:...;.. <"r.", 'r'w.:
lYe have aa.'"eye-0penet" In way when the sly Cupid smote him ( as. sod know they' will be with I a -, and daring that,.timdhempensome : [ t ; The:.ffryt'ot'tast; 1r.e tDiasectlon, ; -_ '-*
time -
.p-
A \lfay. chefs'" at Santiago, Cuba!af HeJiaa _wasilstedn .:b7 the' Yedptructiir i .
'fthe7waT Fine'All whole full of hostess,.'who, to ,her ,other : , ; ,< .
Wool sorely with a quiver ; ciao : .
t; = B .been at Key West an* MfamU i;. roU(.worm\More ; '!
was
tractions addsthe' not., unimportant : damage_ ,dooejbOKfeggplao ", : :
r.SniUngs, which we will make arrows: 'Suddenly there appeared on ; tOn .:, ... .i:
ti(8(
o-J Friday evening the ladies of til tban to.tomatoesr" Kefoo-' ,.1
of _
being an excellent cook: \ > ; '
,
wbom'he ; I"
'..opIn oar well known fanltftu the .scene' a young lady had .. .... y .r s. :
-y ; : '
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; knew ;;" ? a: place Rave an entertainment and sociaat Ie ceeded<< in'stoppinf: i[raTaxeV; :)by"tie':" ,. } t i
banner Iniaring a faitbt t BPffl never before met, or even was-in. [ieorgeAtacdonaldtsailkiag-aom, : schoblhonae.pie timel fi JtbVproportionjof
,the f; l : Jntiiaber ofpe application of.-Bordetai: : mlxturefn'wbieftwepatr2ariagreentin i ..' ill }f'J :
ftir, fit,t at prices which are, existence! ,but from the first' meeting! extensive l improvements tojiia cottageon came down from Boyntoq and'altogetber ;

Tilt,'to' i1S below' ;.prevaillngr <<, bis;motto' was, ."I .came,I saw, I aor* .the bomeeteid;And we':'understand : :It is thougDt'there, : werone pearl, fi fonrkoauceato-.tlfty;_: ''' :''' sp-tj;'
; rendered.:' The next thing was to J I Jay. >; : :
>jr" r is also looking for some winter gbesta i vbandred, prearnti : galioua of the mizfaie. ..'. "IIt-.
,
rates for the sIDe oalitiy pf people Every .. ;: v- w" r. :
:
siege to lit, fair inamorata. It was no! MrHobbs .. .. o( ;
.,
; services 'L :r.... ,-
? 'stock and workmansblp as carpenterwerealso .. :one seemed tpibe. having a' good lira e j #- .':
t- ; any- easy he had undertaken, but : : ..The :only 'Kg atered, votera"from' .. .
,job. pppo called fnto here.-- : .. {
.requisition.... : and said.everything l ; .
: where in'the United .
States. : as'\ne. Modelo.in Ti I' '
t zf i ''i-S,1-ti _. anion'only!;fanned tbo flame that was, : J. this/precinct were Messrs- :-
: : ; ? ; ;; so brigbtly.glowing through: every fibre Captain Haden"' has the l stone founda-' ,MisaLBacbel Taylor; spent Friday i t Joyce and :Westj';'Jt.if> ar' neceisary tar : '
,
L of[hi,*corporeal. and;, ..ethereal being; faun laid i for. a n'ewcottage'on his place, JV"estf' Palm Beach' '.-f-i aJ.E. ?".-% make..ibr..ee. .tdps.jto;Y rtlI7anderdale', <:,.;..:i't J1 .
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AROADC BUILDING To say. that be made love bath fast and' and|next weekMr., : Hobbs- ':will commence ', k .Chambers:wept' to Lantana.Si t- ,to get"tovote but,, ,they o..k, now- baVeltbcgitisfaction : :. r

5 'fN rioo. would but'Tnildly: express it, the wpodnwork.. and'rush Jt to urday afternoon on the:.Lymarjlai_ ucb I:' ;! of 'knowing! ;the ', 9w'-. ."'::.... Ie

N U; 4U H, no' strategyTOO\ plea was left completion! ,. '-4, He.* returned. -- bytixiu.,thesame. , -.night,' counted;'a cpoditiori: :Mr '\West: *rarely\: .,.... .. : ....,'"',

untried. .Friend oft(the :young lady :Fred 4itdnet..hu: .been)working- .onrush .. W.-W.Blactinerepeat: m i_few'd'atJn. aperine, =in"hil, 1d'--:'State i,Joi.l. :,-F ;}.

*?_L ?* {poke tt'ber' ','-calling attention to the. orders from Kirk Munroe to complete - towiJ'this_:week.,,, -t L' whereeverythingissooverwhelmingfy! \r v.Republiean. w' '

differencein"agee'and; were .lnetb. y the.inside-,P painting on'theJEyrie" ;...... ; ;<# r--j f. : do .:;':_ 4 s- -,>;j"/.*.'_. <*:./*.;> -r".'_' ,'- -

the unanawerablfafgumen t.that if the House;and'' be:readjr for the l expectedwinter !;tr Will exchange 5)) acres;of..desirable -Jilr.( 'and Mrsi'Jf- ;:WJ&k;\ :;; drore''toIIoIland .; :
w.+ 's"aatf efled'she did, n t'e why " frfends fruit or vegetable &ndat Little River v :::.. JJ:
anyone guests, ofMr..and Hrforimproved Or *- Sunday./ ; '_vyr.f'1'U .f*, ..
_ iY"Ttj t flee should'worry.: Iii eiactlyfivvreetli'froai : ; S kunrpe.;,Tl ''Bay bida>fair..to''be'gay property; in 'Miami unimproved.. {(A..ddress.-P'O.;resfdence: '':''': > "{;Y, ': "_ :r- ; ; ;;; .

.a' be had'wooed Etietime.be:;;won, and: 'led-1$rst'II'to the et.ber.brirdat and attractive, ;;,' --this _winter.. .<<:-*- -:'. 'Li-- -;' .box h 84,'Miami.i pe 'l_ 644f.. ,,i.' (.Additional..,. -'-correspondence> :. .Std. .page., ', ..). ,..'rv. ;' "J.iEd.flti:4 ;;

:altar: 1fas;Theresa!'Fox,:who, ,.now '_ ,_- .f e: :: : : : ';j.},
JIGENT, 1r0 MdP Si' FExTIX1ZKR, '1 aa mietresti.ofhis he-art and borne and5Kri Commodore Knapp! and, Secretary : ; .,' ;l...
'ii Woodruff;both.of, Springs : : :;
theTarppn; -
-Samuel 'RnodeS/pr&ides i overthe : .. ;If !
ry 1" .: t.- ..We'cili the attention of U>* fMOfte of Bar Blseara*to onr stack of 8Upl 11 Yacht Club who.are"on' [ : ;
2i!
', ., ., '*ndxFancrOrocwKa, Frolt and food Product of all klndiralaoww stock '!destinie( l of ''Rb seas;Cotta > a cruise- from : ; : :
; : ::.
atQrataq,8 artoabedPeal4ronndhbodandWheat.; ; and the brrghtestjantidpations l :o the west'/coastIn:: ; tbe" flagship of. the : /
may
;t
%!c-r era the onlr"boas on Ba]81acayas dealing edn.tvelr b the above abaci club, the :Maude;,set. sail fo'i.home onFriday. :
COvGerneti more reaJbed.t' :
line all 1 be
of
t 'T goods. 'We bur dace and'will seU cio.s., We louts roar comepoad .
'
; 'ence tad solicit : . (leave" friends / f : ,. : :. t'g
vonr ptlttoaaga' 'y. L: BRADY. & Co' ->As'a sequel to the ibore;the frIend They many {:behind ;
and them;and,'as they said,take with To;:aEtendthe- ;; '.'. ..f ,
:"neighbors: of .th I 8r newly! ,marri e d '---" -! "" .f il'-
.
, couple determined! to give them atom them,delightful;;remembrance' *.of.the '.: "" "" """ lt :: : ). .j: ; =: ; .iz '
-.'" '" .- Bay and every'one :they-met' here > '' "." ,
> warming.Boon: Dio''diy'aigbtth 1 fpr
: <*: ; ( e ;
; 14tb; the/marriage/ ]iWa9on.Bundayevening'the although.the;/J achttngseason has not CtOSiht.: OtSa1e: 1": j ,
:
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a ; < ; i E yet-the : ;r" ; : : .... ;
EA LTH
V r '; y, .I H FULL \18th), thebeautyhhe i opened Coalmodorend' Secre= : ':;
"" .... ,,- ;; aij'of'thelseaJneBaJ: : Club did all > / "
.' ':I loveliness, .; , the{femininitylof the,Grove,: in' p ; 2' : : : ;
= : : :
by- ; 1ell. power to"entertain these.I two _
for.Thanksgiving' accompanied? the gallant andth&masculinei'portJon :
5. 'of Gfoveites: i cbm- .first visiting.... yachtsmen.. ofabe''eeietiafThey : ;
.
;;. :. .* 'f. r' : :' I ' '-';; .. ;Lads'and ;Chi1drris( ( :
j/ r" menced arriving in pairs in squads
i in"platoonvi
JareJ) left ; :
W2'i .: .f: :--r: : That will 'Ai'ou an appetite'to"i : ? : .bad .J as itwere: .
Uf..J'i t4 ..,< .' t :-= ., .:appreciate the good[thinga spread, :; : : old,-and ypung,'the'aedatsodt6e'giytbigandlittleiill: teit ;when\-,oni{:Monday";Professor 0:S'Sar ; _!"' i. :- ;; r" ," .... : ; :?: ; .. ": : ..,- -' ; :-; '.::-

Mw-- .i .i- *..i ".;'-.4-f 7. "'r f before yon,"will be aside:,on 'one-.I- extend ; :" eam;;' gent'of.Boston; for,whom'tbe:Sargeiit : "" at T.. 'oot=r S_, I:,ilr)1ot :kee p":any. ":;; -
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S4 ? of.'out>Whitet'::fl W* greeting,' and, 'Bbpdesia palm l :is r,named (a4beautifnlj'specimenof ; snore
ler Jf,7onr Ladles I
'i and'dChildren'sShoeswill'? : l ittvey : :
!
*
taxed ; : : .1'
Wits :
Cottage was utmost)im : $ .;
nnfortunate not'to which may.beseen in the frpnc yard : .
? : are BO. 'as ; fsell * <
: !
S -I. ,: :.t{, <..... ;sees one;you cannot g, 'Je.Joursell.--j pp- ?-.' to bold the.;;welcoming ''crowdTb, : e of the Ball,brothers''cottage at'Cocoa' < outth6se. : >:lhavjIn. Jstocfcatfirsfcpst.! ':: J'l*'!',' 1 : *$,. *4 - '*:
; Vt- .. : bride looked lovely and tier new-f on nd ; rot.* -- ,. jre' i L"" ;,Sale,will be.gi taiMonday : .rt -:. -*'-t: '' 5.. ; .iV*? $'
nut .
;Grove)7and John of '. ,
... t'. .better, cause. .., for 'Thanksgiving. ,:.... mistress I hostess t**1"-1" * .... .-..*.* -t'! s -H*' iV-"** Co -*""v_'\ '" 'Pf_ ;. ...... >- N0*
dignity! as: and sat well CiliforniAwho'discovered{ ; T * r'r *J-' *" "* ""' 1 ''
.I. ; ; J '
;" ? riff
i tban to aeeure a Wblte: .It I is:tbe., | and named .. .;. :: w '? -- It.* -: '

t ..;. .t ):;'best 'high-grade:wheel l .on'. .theX i ,,4 aflyelated upon; ber'person.; 'The groom'natu r- the f! 'ous;jrure glacier! : .of"Alaska J -Tj,...4November: ;', 2' 'f'itJo-..i".. 'i.-.. >,.I.
market and we>are selling' it at, : athisnew: : -found[ hsness'ind'generooawelcome _- two.a .distinguished men as there ire ; t =* .
; .:ft % - 'cr.- ."
; ; ,., -/ : *. ? ; :;.= <
his .r ftf '-C'5c| :*' Jgj
the. -
;biL pld in /country in their lep.rate..P I':;
% *: + neighbors and !rllndsgreeted all witha allies-trees and s'l cl tniftd'aiici; ..: 4andcontrnuauntiiJnTeps;- : t :parr;sold.l -I have a full*: j- ."-1 4

-4 friendly:grasp,-, ;;and' soon:from mygterious'corners -. spent tb "'one day'they bad'before'sail- Sfock-onhan"d! .t lji4giiofeprices| < .nit (ew'l fnes.,only : :" ;:!:'*. ;f 5%;
; Y t a bountffoleuppljof'tgood'thiags , : be" ing for.Ke1:"West witb
;; 6f/this[ "earth: avers brought: Sargentialdsearchotepecimeogwhichd LADIES'....... : SfHOfeSi, .Car is e s. Hjj h;/'G_ rade.l.Button _||(i<> ': 11

forthiod;:; a'll'present: broke bread in he-found at Cocoanut:.Grove,and-Mr; .t\ t. -:' . ; 'f'-. ;., !:. ip:
ate salt with host and' hostess;:;Hark' I Attirettiee'tLeconotryindL; 'although /. :;r '- regular'prjceT$5.50: ,;now ':> :,J::. ? ."$z.5it" :r -; :.: r-i

,. : the'dulcet strains of:'the'big fiddle and w wet'et.tinable.! .opplyhimwitb a Same? *,n Lace, re@tarprice$3'5c! J :pwi 7 v ;.4 xtifirS) ,,: 'X--... V :1 ft

Yi little)fiddl l ;!tole t :;upon:;t.be;airead r glac l r-be; was, 'delighted "with' :Vur > , {;:: -
>
: FOR A KING electrified attnospberind'tbeitatping' : )-. country;,: ;Professor argent: this {Same:in Southern' ' ; t
:: R bURKEY ", ? says' : 't 1 ltd, reguiat! :prie7 i $3 now 2.po/: ?* .1
'WSkV-t- "" of.impitfeni'slippets: ,cottld be f ls> fils/sJxth/ i .trip to the'&r'ind: -that .
..Tehder;-'JfiftSf and 'Bich'la' all Sa.mcjn. Choc. O forctTlesf re ; .too "
' beard around: andaboutt.and 'the, be considers this sect jen'of Florida tie g..ence y 3U1ow - 'i- ; i

r .%jug.FlavoJff-'foriyonrAThanksgiv-
.Ss*. *yon i will "find. In BIT, choice.j JJ and until;;the weqemtli.iionra: ; mlrtbJ pressed'' himself;;tie astflDlsbed'' at.the :Fine! ;;Kid! .:Button,;;regular t ncei$1 l ?r tinow xocr ':\" ', -::: '..
| W.noekjof;" (; Meat*;.'Poultry and!' J Jollity.and. tripping! the}light fantastic to growth or'an iDloorfMagic'CitJ'li- ';; .:Fine Kid 'Button regular I rue' e''now' iia > .
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.S Gameitb 4
; : "ve' .everything In r t reigned.supreme.:, But all.things:have ,,.-. '-." ".:t\f. 'i :' : Tani Oxfords ular' ; : '
; rice" ao6not 6.
} bigh.srW : ,re 1'
meat -to
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: tempt'
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; ; : :
an'end. ;so did this.honae=war& : ; -Tbe, ,aame day'apotbeidietingplah'd d ..J.{
;4 the the fastidP og;an -
tr paiattjjbf most ; Ii :: : ': .f Canvass.Oxfords: .;; '.} -t! : '
bus eater'and my 'stock ,is .-= Mr.,:"and, ,Atrs.Rhodes, no'.'doubt,j feel i roan visited' our settlementProfeasor: ; ,:re gular/pnce $>i oo t owd t S ..{ t 'iv :-::

s s IZf : w e peciaUyicboIce.; *' fully_initiated,' nto:"the. : .Benedictine. ( f :'Roltst.Prvfesstir'ot:: ? (Biologyia.l (; White* "" Kid'OxfQrd4regularpricevfri2: .:' :.75P'-.t.: ::'f':,- V' .v'
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r* x = *
RATILERS6Nt Order" '''- ft: ? =:. ,Horticaitareoftbe'Florida. ; : ; Agricui-I :| D '. )t:

.:R.: f* 'Mnnroe I. i. ,base:,these '___! ,the turalCpllegeand'EiperimeataiStttion'atMiimtto ;al8b connected' with* :,* Cfiildren's ..Shpes1inall1"' ; , colors.I :>;--a._ <-; . :-, .6. -.. <

" *\ ,* -MIAMI. FIX with! a .of men primdock : :."-), from ,-t4t'! : 3?. '. ... rtc< to- : .. : ,.
igang building 2 $ ; .a1>-
HJ **;* .'-'. '18t6 '4B"'" Uewas'eurpriaedand'. :Vdelightedy. with' '1" t:1- J ........f '" __+'ff ;r ;), 1.25. -,:0.J o i. ."
: : and Btree
C&iiAife CapeFlorida
foe
v < A pn ; Walter t>atfs l the orange, trees of Kirk Monroe's{ -- < :' -C

., .- .K :' i'F"W. of-GaivestonTexas l ; ,"- who;:ownsj'considerable home" Kroy e;'and also Mrr:particularly'.interested ';. As:a specialinducement: :;-for th4Jadfe; too. call X will .. : ., ** .

: x ; r sUr"v -i: -,property" ':over:-there;,. ."f.r".. ..-;. in'-:' :.MriBoggs'. "tropical.. fruit l :4 offeKihebalanceSo- -t ?(rayrCv"V: >Wp ,-r its {. a "
> -' -
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: C:H.: rrappJandVife.ar 'bnsy preV lm'l.-- :: : i es' 9 i'ibboijS t"s .
paring their neat little'hot -'winl'ter i':;' -; -' ,and'rue j : J : .
D for ;Mri3J6ggs hu'niia Y;new: .: ,.. .. ;|EE XS3*. !
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trade. ) ;;' r. n f - ? .,_ ..
\rafrb' They hateafresdt received ed ( fruit :J :
; varieties of treeabDtbe is Just>i as : t't '
fe1 J.i"f' tiiiVt .
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; ..at.5.: (}; i i[dplaci.] . .. ... =
; :"lif '.,. .., : notice of several guests,'among' ;;tke m proud' :iptf'i I';.neighbors! trees itfibefa! : '< ;f?';; > !:r --.f: :'" : __<:' '_, f- 11'- .., '. .
.. '-.' J who .' :? l ; ;
Major O.Kirby has :
$' > : ; .been tell v- of his ownv- f: -. ,'\ 'i .
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_ _- : ; elingorer1liOUtbAmerica. ; 'In tbe:lnte_ : ; .::;:\. ,zShirtn'WaistslVra: .i pieS;Canes.I;- drid, :Skirtswlllbe'a.. :.: -,:..::. "
: _
Mr. Peacock is tube rommendedandthaDked .. .
ti. s y.F ++1 1 ; eats',of. the,rubber..... :.>j.bh.trade"" _,'and'..._ who. -is eir ; : for hiJ attention-tti the public ;;..;i'.special; I}.featurc; --,t of...r'.. this'sale. t J"r- "" : .. 1-" .; 'ff': ;II', .* : .- 4.1.:... : __

i S pp. s90JJ;, gOOd',r :the{fine road"and:sidewalk be :; ) : ; ::2. :'J.'i} ;:.

> 0 The. schooner Harris Bros., Cap t. is, having made on bitf itref 4ndMr l.I.S' 1D. O.R ,CWETh( .." : ,;1.;" ," _. '..

: .j Gibson, aaived f rio,..4.r- lYesg.:'I.c.:1.: ;,Fuller, .iisft-deserv! the thanks.of ... : .
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.,J IBttrwittrl5Obarrelaloi fertillansG tl, Irbo.are! erested.J1.tlteAelhlra of "'-- "T ;il., ...
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kL 'consignment--_or groceHes') ( for:'P 'town for in >dagsnchana ; .\ .v ; FLA.. . x .v-
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