Title: The Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00637
 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 25, 1898
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00637
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
alephbibnum - 002075058
lccn - sn 96027198
lccn - sn 96027198
 Related Items
Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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; ;; was a guest of the Biscayne Sunday Whit Omiond Leg honu, ; For. pnees ftddrew K. W.
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on'his way from* Key. West.to. Mofiday NQvewbeEa8itII t
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a ; fish dealers ofj punta Gorda, is in the :
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-*"* from Key. West, who.registered at the Ilock'som caught'and shipped the first : ; : t 't ,: .
fe A ifferent.hotes.) : Spanish mackerel/ever shipped:! from, .,. r. ... ''. '. .' m .

!<- *-, . AT Rev..C.' Fred,Blackburn'will preachIn Miami:two'year, ".$ aKa.. t' . -$
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::, ... the! city.on Sunday morning at 11, A considerable. "Fy fog Thursday morn- ; I E 7 ): : : :
; ; : and ,1 1n the 'evening 4t 7. Sunday inK for two brtjjiree, hours was 'soine- ", : .EA' ,L'"Ire.:

: : : < ibool in the afternoon at 3 o'clock/. thing of a.curibsity-'for! this section. :of 40 :: : :

5 Thtf'n' j -llR'I'S'E" S"mO E A mail_ sailboat load of bananas, Florida,. .A" sViideh! ';:sbifting of the 1- ;. Ii .; >.;. ,., ,, t:; :: 4?: ;' -

Wi: : rtr J}; sugar Ipples' ,8apodil1as i teats tnd paw- wind.from the sooth to the north and The ;Lead ers'' i6fc 'Low- 'Prices :in i: :; '_ :"
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paws Key Largo was unloaded at . it. I. ii"t"' ., "< ; ... . r
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[ ., ;: i: .' rooms already :,accepted a position on th'eroadwith : t., in'. rderj t, ose'out'olirstock.: : of'. ; : :"J;: .:?,; ;
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: fI G ].",1 < >-':' 'f' v:" -;(::_ ? ;.r "-::' ::,': ,: .,(: 'I \ ;'.1 ;; .>'. ; I. The:Miami and Lemon City ball teams .&donfaiitoft.UB7'! : /: h: '* fe.i-' 4,I -

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(ft ., . :-BlaekfSatin?: Uuchee wide,at....(i.;r..ws: .-::;i;.iVl.:79o per yard antsireenga!, : li .in putting, things inheir .:'' .OLOTHING'Yl-DEP'A"D. NT""". ;. -.".-.,...... . '1.<- '
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r.: tBhadea.atv..7r.v; > 4y ';"h. 7o per: yard. respective.departmentsof.;. ;;; ,theRoyal4Palm'In h ' < \ : \ r > "..'- "',", ; '
W-snob Bi eytl Imported l3tu - ; .:rapid! way to reach > > } !- '<-, if4. .:r ..,. ;! ,'- .t"7-4. : . '
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: : the TeDi i g/transacf 'Boys; Snits, worth = "' ::?'r' ,
: : ? -K.v Vl\ S Breach helrejn e .. $100.at.-r..r.- .-."' ;-r: t
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:k .'f' _,'> 'eG-IDCh'BJeaebed 6CS-ioah'Bleacbedll'reuob: Preoob Damask Dainaklk".''".........t.' .i..v!!.):._ i.'.L"t} .;;y'-;;..100.1d:..f:57o ydf'.I".%:';' : Jthat',the''organizatlonttiil: ,iwnen.! ; i exjpectad \ ;:o'Dr..bi:,M:Burgess, ot HavaniTwho }: Ladies'! Silk Skirts, worth $t10a$"go atV'J.....'..::...:;..:-.....'!......\....,:.<::,"t...:;., .;.,$"6.9S;i.'t.z< : :':.. -;txr;,:U i\.: ._

fi 4 s" . '68-inohRalfBleaohed''renobDarn iai..a.*.... ;; 1f-.23cad.: > ,t.: cowpletett, ; t't ,..,,. t spent'iaeve'ralweets;; .here'ln<<; Xadierf.Fine:,. .. Satin. Skirts,worth. *T+12.00_ ,.at: . .": w /.1..!':,"!-i:'.!'k91Ut..:.. : ,w" ": .: ...;: .::F"-.::: _..,<:-e,=
1$? ,fo' ,'. .C t.lf. _Bed, _Ti mMA. ,: a L.';i..l'.AV: .\H.ir r'V'rF i-.V...i:.!').iiiH. .. !._ ..]90..3yd:, ';i'_ '"., .,.t.''ill {; : .t':. be.Jsprl ngr hare: leased"Dr:Fpwler1 LADIE5;WBAPPEBS: ;' ;..c-L f'...,. --' I.'

'' w retfeet.' eyeifcenseo f- t .word-. -\o!! rsparties+ .: :Bobertawbowas'. : BOeeriously evidence t :.on 13th 'street,|endwli'ooosipyitduring .i{ ::; "'#;'" : .-4 :.'_ : (' ,' :\ ;. --.t:: (. . .rat rL'ga M
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% sole! fromatouchtng---! earth]for less, :j3 C y.thank omiaiendatioti of,pirv'Burgees.Pleasantly' :.:--< : ' # ': : " ..' ", + :.:... : -. 10 1-.1: ..
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tie 11 ,. "tt@eetsitithelaf; eetstyles, Wworth $L00, at..i.. ::c.' ,$3.0O. .T ..,
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y i) ,. 'V. ttfo'm J):t bod i lraiilidjjye' comfo zabl.Y,:'iand,}:ou .. .'w-; ; '>cf Peaches'-iie''i'beiiutifui'fruit J Jc i 7 f.; ,, and*-? have' '-'leer. '." .'.Jof/onr. \'*(,big*- <,climate- , t e a' j D'B" o: tI& "tJ of: .t ;

p. a J 'scan"; easily; bej ;mad.'-(sob\ 'pur< 'KTngaifcyof1B |! ,.:; thos fruit<>stand' at-:;the are;;;Arcade espeeiAlI1.so.TrTtbem-)'reitanrant" and 1 :who.:will 'he : after'-"., It' ,become is the tfuiet regularswtioare'nowbe class , ;:.. j i '. : : 'f : .

'\ 'f ;the: -u p te/HpuseiFuralshin/ : :.' that:we hati e. .. rvt /"__.' ". .-A;, ":'t : r 5-21:3m i -.fclco ,1 1'iBeT.Ay who=.come to settle downfor, -. ;: the seisbo -.. ;.;.. ,. !: v .t. "."..... 1- ,' ;;,., ,:. q';1-; ',;.....f. A.. ... .1 \ _. ,...'.......,.. .J\"'..'''.',.'.''. ..It ., '.
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cb'urcb'ot' tn"Upl! fr and trill fonts or'11heNlaiest'"Se : '\ ; ': : .< .
B! JSCUf'tjpns" f ;; some ,70" new: } )- '

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Hat > 'v-: : <' \r; Spain'l l:;wassanitary inspector::for this "" ...J , + -' ,' !c.. .1t." !J:t'" t
Jadies'
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: 1 Bipycle We:can now.do your : -;- "? ; .. } '
is in ,
L-F v. i$2.56 :- government:; Havana; the city r : < 1[( n' : ,
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:- . '. : ., ?designs wbichj; arefientirely. :ja'ew
'..Y; ./:;;.. W oit5 at-., -: .. .:... ".,. ; - :- o"each; :.. ..". for:; ,thetwlnter.! -iB..Drge5s-' "pent tJp in[ this( : i ; ; .l'flt ; fBo.Js
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\ :ji.(''! : .I!.: ': ,; : -::.J:: t'Q : several weeks here last'spring. and will :: : : } : !

1' ; : : :.: ;;"Bifflotlladies! : Black-SailorHats* : '," atocloseata l : 2c. :each : : .berememtieredtrymanyi, !. "'tFuller' 'Beadera oLtbe: ,DaTapp9ue' Will find : % ) 'r! ='

:J.I . tIn icon l ? :kind' reader, 'I will. .state that ;Y" .Mc elian j president': 'of' ;;"the new'advertisemento this:we t'{foithefollowi -,:;,< <
ccf't .. ; : ; {ngbasineas'bouses-l : : : sW; : -.; Suits! ,. 4:3,59: J9l1J.:OO '
:'Z.f.: :,, . Headquarters for:'good:goods: IS'A: : .> ,'if , Seckner. :.'Contracting: Company! .-,SSiThe. 'J/H.'Cheathjiinj;tailor.,- ", L/t. //u Meni \ ; r '
; 1 : :Rookery,Chicago,. (stopping ',atthe r. -. : : iSuits; J:.>- i,12.OQto../$20.00t t4. ", \; :
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r 4 : Miami >rllg00-drUp.: :; > .G v-i---, -v- . '"" 1- "" -:... .." F.'j, '
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home of Hoffman. just..north + : >
J \ SUFprise.Store1 ; /Bueni.yista/ ; f. for: tbe .winter.t Mr.' ,:.Fred'.: ;Bottereontractor,, i hardware:;l."'" :'%<: f rlr.Watson :- ,: The. ;above.'goo'f ::1i re' '::thfinest 'to be.found. .,. '..'>,t ;' ;

: :McClellaii'expreuessatisfaction i : jat 'SnpriseSWre'drj"good=.A:.: :::;.. :Jii t,1J l iJhjr -. > : : i t a ke': .a rook ; -
jgfclimateindlwillremain'aUwinter j ,
ours
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j: eleon ' >
: E4wJn J furnitui ; ,
____ : ;'-' ; :: : : > < :, !h i[ ; ;:,:Miami!Jl Cycle t'.o.?, :; 'bicyclei i iC.n.'BauierBon .; -: 'c.. s >; f: i:; .: : : 1' ::,: ':i : ; : .-1: "; / :-:"! .. "f'

J.. VI'e ESTES exchange BJ ;acreVof/)desirable ni '. "
: : } :, fruit Will or vegetable)land,1tt Little River, meat rkdi. ; ' ;; ;ANW1HQNY: BRS". ;{ $i>r .
tore'dry'ggodiiad + : '
; Ideal$ mJHineryJohn c r"J
':-V giL.1rxiwNtifi. ; .. L. '! ) I for improved or unimproved,residence :....: ;<0< :. y"/J;..<.;f-' : ; :: ; ;- 1. : ; -- : :
Sewell & Co.ihoesand: fur- "
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: ; .11'<-, .. : .v i : ;:''''' C"fr. ...,
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!: : 'r&a: & Metropok t Dade Florida SECTION: county t 1. That having'tie been county located teat at of UndertakingC C .2 : .TRUNKS'S... 4


} ,! Juno,in township 42 south of range 43 .

, ., V3UEZDTTie2tBjT I east, by an election _,held February, (I i__ ;1 .
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*: 1889, at which.there was a full and fair .1k 5 .1 . .
,!t. Biscayne Publishing Company, rote ,.the Toters of Dade county,it is ; '

1K;' :9'A. .: .*')mtft vvb.l* iT, FIXRI&A. herby legally:declared located.:"',to'- -.be* fn all respects Embalming -. Mtting : 1 ir irI

'The'"most Southern Newspaper published on '
*?<.. *. the-mainland! ot the I'nlted Htat at the i ..1.EclTS.: That. all 'act done and performed t(__ ,4s oFS

,MS-' * _">w most__Koutvru_. railway..- terminal ", by'the courts and by the various 1 ) f i-S
"T om rs'of Dade county at Juno as
: .J'.nt red ID tlw poiitofflce at 1uam1.'iJor i.
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tt, .(: a& i-oiul-cliu matter. "* the 'county seat of Dade county are Baby Carriages I 1 $ Cro kery .

; >. liereby declared to be legal and validin

_' Subscription Rates. lawand equity and to be considered
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'.; ... \fJ1 i. ... ........> ............ 1.00 valid and bind by the laws of the. State I
,: .1, :tJ e paying In adrttuc WII14CeIVe a!ear* Florida. .

;.r'ZukiicrLptou r "ariDtk%tot IC\I.7i tent 11roand.Thlr. tll IminUi is a liberal. IInlk dlsODVto 'SEC. ::1. That all laws and parts of Mrigerators indoy Shades ; -

,"., t .i..ip induce strictly advance payments.ie laws in conflict \>ith. this Act be and .
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< '- :. :' : .. ur ,_ the same,are(.her*,by repealed. > S 5 ,CaI? 19? : : 11. I

i T4, ;AdTertisine, ,Kates.oxip SEC. 4. : This Act shall 'be Jn; force 5' S 9- 5' 1 S .5- ... '
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; .11iiUJt ". (ill\' TUHKK six OXK from and after .Its: and -,approval . /, S 1! . .t
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';" 1 vo:1.Ji;.< .K. MO. .MOH. *|4" VKAlt. passage .5 F'ITI''bf"l. : e :
.'- ..lln bA..1 1o-zu: > 'S. 00 I 6 (HI 1IMW by th6G verrior., *
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t'- '. .- Inc hn.ti Z* 3 00, G k> 10 no, is'oof Gasoline Stoves : t-cuu' .
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';?J .31IldM'-t 00 .4 00 t4 tlO 1500IS A 00 :\ApprovedsMay: ft.iS&i. .
,..6.MI 10 00 Oil at w '" * t..fl..
f?':* ? :4iDC"llell.-.aOO.r6J. 1200 :t00 Z10.twws TliOsit. ,wll1'b ien'thit, the ,county s i s i S .:
;:;, .-. ; CO .SMl$ 011 24 TOjT 42 011 -
Jt Inches..? :.6 lnch rCi V6 low 18 IIIII tlO) MOO
.'. J t Inches:.? eno' HIM isxw! 33 u 5J 00 cat d at JonoatahT flectionheld on Excited NI-Oil '
f;. .- lnHi coli 7W 12 00 ft! tNl 36 CM 06 W o.l" .r. ?
fi' iJl thth- 8 U). 13 60 2t II 39 10. 72 W the JDii..._' ,_;:pf.;..ebuary. .-' ,1889, can be .
.s..1.)412 1m'heS.t '8 DO U UI1)) 011 4ll. 78 00 'r<< "
", -J; 'iit 00 1600 1501) 45410 534)0) changed after expiration*of ten
?14lRChes3 "IS ,1700 '5(>ob 4800- 000A '
.. ( . tn4)hes.100O' 18 OO 3200 MOO 3800 jears'whlch'would. be 'after Feboary :[ ::EEE4: : : ccci
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r16inckws! .'10 60 19 Of, 8400 MOU 10200 I .
:''4- i'll 80S 0).. MOO 10900 19thnex. .
2000
..\ ;17Inches is'lnchea. If CO M; ,21 oo.88.. oo MOO( 113 no ? Furnish your home-with Thght,-seasonable Furniture'while, the hot-wett1iei isjup
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; 'i L aoiiichex.v-itco ::40 00. .m(16 ) .IL..nottoa.eanIy: "now to begin '

,.; :Z .. '.20h11.ltculltllO-Local rc*fliriK notires S3 ool 7 tenta'. 00'6&per line.(to 121 00 thiuklngibout the matter seriously. /uphostery"to invite and store ;up r Light rockers, in pretty designs are what ymi\neeirhill S.

.:-., [ ,._:' deVlaUonrroD thse ratA.iiiM& Only about' 90.days.intervene. between season/ Come and see yoa,willbe welcome evenif you >do not buy; ''"" '. .J .
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\ : JLQ 1i OYfMZER 25,189S. now and.,the time _petition signed l by / I 1

e -( one thrdorthevoteri; : of the county EDWIN NELSON
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< 'v' should :\prHente.f. to. the, ,.county / ,
-kw THE:COUNTY SEAT. f'-' _
- f."I ,. a."" **** i commissioners, :.v The. law is mandatory. ti-22-h.ssm -: :2IIA4.xI.:;
: ,it{ 'is.: quite ;generally known that -.- . .
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J''l--' upon i the commissioners to :call an -- -. \ '- r:7'' .- - ''----n' : --J .-. > lrL '
-r* ;Boaietimi/about-' February the election decide the'question i byivote :By htlrnttIe. ; spanishtroop "must 'older,;These:farmers on ,the praTriti ADMINISTBATKtr;BALE.,:'J;; '. :c NO ice'COr'P.\Jb;' itatlo.. : I ;.,< tt ,

: i.*'.question of' .changihg.- .. '. '.' the county seat I i of 'be,: .' Therefore is :not : 'evacuate,the JTortrand cities"and golothiiar1eivingtbe1r who have({bordering kinelandshivemapycomforabIehomes.! :.i t r1ioin' .h' J1I ,'i I :- ,;
/ ro' ;." 7 people ; top : ;SeljooMra and Dligheya atAuOs.A !. '.NOT J8II8. < : -t: .
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and end :
other more arms mp- Bythe "e.
of Dadcfcouoty $ome ; 1 .
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:J '41 *- k We 11 L -" -to. ealy at this date' .to, ; beglB i 'discussingthe nitionsofpar in our possession. The of:next';;'week.we hope to have"covered "; 'Davis Low :arf ir.. Wednesday ; NOIIC4IS hereby"firen thatthetttowtn.T.aa44rWirhisdIsdnMeofhIsInt.nUoa ) .
)tI'8:1).*n coiiyenient point will '
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: ;\. ; l. -mat.ter; .,'i.J t. end of the reign. of terror in Cuba is the section i 'about'Cutler. : It; Is a largeect1ontoc Nov.80tbl89S; p.tj.-L will. u): make'_ flnal proof.,Jn" support.pt':.SI, .. :r>.:
; in fore"Vhe? people Id d nride. eflielontes3v1IIbe i.-- ; } ," sell at public:auction i thechooners
_ ;. e .'yhiclei) r' :pla. .Miami; : or West' neirlyover.' ,: v;r/ nd; we.may boV. be Gertrude 11. gross tons;}Minnie 9.9ft cUfm and that said proof will be made betora l' 0'.
i. .ttt j between Miami and I -/ I . > ' : John B.lteUl,.United KUterbommUskmer: at .'
abl )Itall.Wherever: the Elibetb, on.'JL89' r
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tons tons -
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Palm Beacl has the the.seatshoutdbechangedftomwhere ? gross "
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; majority, Uiamf.Wa, on Janaary. 1 ,:Tiir ThomaaO2WrightoiUtiioa .' ',.
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i'r-: yest1alm B-acb.. Each have already FLORIDA'S "third. Senator": Matt S._ MKTEOPOLIS representative ft been bend together wlthva' lot- of 8mal1"'boat' *: i : homestead; 1. '.

; & sliled. their.castors into'the ring. WeT .- "(r' .. it nowisr' 1 Quay and hIs, son Richard .)[. I Quay. .the people.kindly l disposedi, i ian- ,a The terms to of for the the sale bills are.cash of wilt-; and"the* '. K4C4.::tor:iheronthwert' 1..f10rl4a nartlfrrBectioai JS,,;. '. .- : .
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I, :* ;: plain jn. making. '
.,}: .1 sister ,iii population. .. .'the ,"theMocatlotr. of a few days'since jugj, in:time subacri p lon...and' establiablneVcorrespondenta. : -' I'Administratrix Estate_ .B"W. Kemp. Bynames.the:followloaWll esae .to proveIbis e :-1 :
that the people! pf our beautiful ; : continuous resldencevpou asd/cnttivaUoa. .
; ,; 'h'aa to into the bands'ofPhiladelphia: Intact the' former circulation 88:4er ,AYestFla.Spread. ,< :" -
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tbe:county.seat'at proven drop ; I&lcllaud"lb t- o t tLWbIotL.mnnatrP1oMa. ,
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. J' : ,, tb flanu1saflCtThe3tETaOP01.is officers charged wltbbavlng conspired of 4he MITEOPOUS In'th'e sections ; ,Eo .. :. ; -
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: ')fm: go -into tlielflght without anygreat.expectation.of i. ' -. .- '' io'defraud tk''StatE<\ot''PenhsyivanJaout l covered?.bol'eii"ne; r 1 .,. / .,Like-yiJd'r : oarrneaf.'L.Eonctrbodd4.r-. ';::.. '. 91

1:; winning the eon confidently. --.0' ;expects, ; 't6v-see- .:Miami' of several hundred'' thousand' dol. do bled.! fiy the .time ,the; :work, :'ofcanyassingshaUhave"been "Ton eiu'\?t p;' ;/gwnJ ;'ihin(f do.L ,.James JlQ Ie. l,Lemoa City, Florida-;" ;;*"'. 1 .-:
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News of it travels fast. When things are .
.. K 'e'nWtbe bematrftrjojbt Wm..Y.Bmofsofi.ernonCttyPbor1da r .
cbo future seat. : 'U'
1I J'J1.t. .teatjr" f-T"; rhej. >."*. ,;re4nt'' election demon county iarTbegrandJnJy;1 have;found( ftv ,:completed nb' beat,*they,become f tb beet 'wiling S, G.. Boiniso"Befiater.f-. .
th'l.OUbat country rules and:it tseviden Venerate Indictments- against_'them. we',shall: be able 'to givWfull state- /*' Abraham Hare leading l druggistof noyVJan*T-? "' .'r"' '' "N"h. .:
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/Vi:_ i\; .f'-'8tra--,.. -:;. . -UJaml- alone,-" hasv. _' t Miami"has..the majority/" It is alleged that.they conspired wiLl ii1i.a3t: the 'amount 'of vegteables .Belleville' O.writes*rElectrw Bitters ;Wi' J.: !

_ P'>- jt.i. .ni. .rjotes, : ....tha-o.the- . . entire, northern ,: / .. .. ..i.'l'HE'LAS'f .' BeDJ;' .'1hiw Odd .&ate Treasure .shicIwi1i. 'be gr?wnsOOtliof, :New are the best eellingbiLtererhaveerer* r"Cltalkm....; =ft ..ii; .
handled in my twentyyearsixpesienee. In COCBT brvTM Corarnc JG&-o. D .I' !
',..; "[enli of the coun. ( nonh f.frfL j4 ,!' REQtJIEJL arid John.S.,;Hopkins cashier of tbt 'tliver. :: ldwin: .have",added ,several You know,why?"' 'Most eltbeciiQja ', corm flTATijpr FwDk V.In 1:' _..2si. -
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: J hundred, ', snbscrlber the Hmo 1 the matter Of tbeKstate6f JnBait'3 t" i
,d&le. 'illiatni.. atura1Iyetpect6 the \ J defonctPeoples/bankto"misapprbpri- to disorders'of the"stomach, lirer;kidneys, &
:4-. } w lies abandoned .Tuttle,late of said Conaiy,4a-fe CItioa..1 -ica5et.
f ;M-.i.---- -' :, 'jj- FhtMriaCresaii ate'- of the ; )istl-: 'So far bowels blood and nerye& Electria Bit. " '
.> vtteaof ortsnderdaIe emon C jt funds ate1ntbat bank..whenthehatgereemtmade oLis'already: large '" *' 1 ,! l oft Watling's.or Pat Island) ,the of ; theBtomaeb..regnlatea the -
tones
: ,. f pan : lastjila'rchj haviB fonnd'OurenterpiisI jcotemporarytbe.SunnyLaudhis ; tare np It appearing from the last wOland teUBaat.r' S.
;: iiver-kldneys an4 bowels) :.purifies! tin .
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akwIeaguensyronibeni'&nowwrite '
z., and QoantFO.t Kwouldgi.v; of theiaidJnUaDvTntUe.laleel laid eont.: .
; .' ; HopkInsO.mniitted : the following -
{ J1 'T.'V T -W..1" suicide ; bouee
blood strengthens .the' nerves
The only redeemable portion ee.MCI.tU.-\\, DeWitt:of Cleveland.1 4
:,;.fi 4 erthr" "'- .eIavbrablevoteshneth','- <> r ,x- :- favor* "- D't the''wreck.OCI the'SpanIsh 'has The Quay. were arraigned in court pfjithecharg J : 8.ubscrjbera''at. 'the: :ppstofficesnamed cores mnllitndecr of,na1.oi' t bnililsup' Slat*:of"Ohio;and1 X'K.JUocaley'of" Miami.Sme .' .

;' ., -1?'; W?4:,tm.ac1t..; ,;Tberef ore j we be -itiindo edtotbeeleineits.' : iiavy' flb- .(on\tbe22d: : The charges ;. CocoinitGrovC! :12;.[Buena \the:entire-. .. puts b ..Jii. and >f'".,were dnlf& .appointed exee.

f:SKI" 'thinVoiirBisterclfy' :wills,Bubmit very'' :o were first preferred against the Quays Vista 8 f'LemonCit; ;; 8 tLfttl! Bler vigor intoany.weaksikIyruu.dowi; ; t11!!e dtrustcesot. said estate.and it.forthw Jappelpo&
V soutbe Hero of s ntl&KO.baa expende4IIIS matt woman.T. OnlyOcens& Sold by
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thai the said
'" 2fj-: r v ? -' some,time early .in the Campaign. .A'i if;:,Biscayne;;'none'OJns,.;.JJ land,, Bro* f8 d. pel'lOlI".o app
to ..foregone-defeat.- { Townley :druggist gnarante
;k 'erftcefullr ) force and b rainin vain.i'TbU u aforesaid bare b|petition duly Bled,applied ? -
** t i thorough'I Investigation was "demandedbytberoJ5sftiator none; [Modelo, none Ft.:Lauderdale ,:- c .; ;6-21: -
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Jr.4i, -P' Utt said S.eelti.
'til **.tiot'.generaUr knownJ.bowt; election s I vessel.will opt b cOrneipmrtafldparce1 - ,I to this -for' letters testamentary on ,
-. ..".. : Quay alleged thechafgei 2.vOn" ;AUpatUnv Prairie. two copies* : Jbl4 therefore la(o eRe and admonttb -
,, to deczde'tbis quesUon4is ;tocome oiir.naTi.JrOnepiundred -_:", It' *lpljapollticaIdodge4andit'seethed : are'taken iMTe mention thisjisVpoint- : ,'. Tiurm iTst alt'andl singular'the..helrv legatees and ereditaraot'tfaegaid -, .

f, flbou i ti': hoo1d: ;be ca1Jed) ;j ;/aiid, forto-onift" |f usty v WANTSDSEVBRAI to mauage..oorbfJal; Jails D.Tuttle.deeeaaed,peraonally -- ,
and. whyFebrnaryor, to b& soL-considered ;as-,his to advertisers. f t. ; .> .
American 7ackiesuDanctonedihe, Spa fro ; ; i : ness in their own tndnearov, coonMesJ It Is to be arid appear.beforeine.ontMonday *'
March element In politics was mainly office work conducted at home.:Salary S
next overwhelming
time ti ; : !
:;J"t om ; ish'warship-when'she bad confessed,id ** ' straight |900 a.',rear, and ,expenses-definite, ;the Stl Day f-tsesibsrkD.1U5
; 'te give i>:successful at the poils v f < : "Vs, ;> AHUmiView..: bona&de.no more no] sa salary llontbiys/75. at mr-omce J Juno,FlorMa,'and ateVjeaaae,"
: matter folly we J
p::; Typliin( them. .. her. In'.abiJU'J'lon'Ker't) 1\ . .withstand, . t' .' "- *.. *'r p"","",i.-.- .; "*: '_- 'k ." _: _ .. Usterenees.ZacIose.e1fad4rnee4" : "ttaiaiiedeorelope Uany: itbejr.esp;;wbthigI41eter ! statuteconeerntng the lccjng of the buffeU 'of itiopicalstorn1.Theja uetbel1.L-Ueu, fruity Dept. 11. '
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THE situation in rajisat the present aro.1I7lhl tl"pos- .. -.
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U ; seaU, J Florida <'Which i? ; kie"iorrowf nlly\ didbtOthetnr ; fr' -, 1 -_ out requirement of bond/ .r .
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: time.is I '
r . : .. '/, :"naercjea! :of ..thedeep thattbe1conirnIssloners J !.i.the. :Gives in ermb'D4 and. aeal this 5Wi day ..
':."- f" nd In, ", United States'bave presented the ultimatum S) '.. ?
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' Of October; iVfeto; ;
'' -- anc scurried to the,"stancher craft, : ,' 1, New'-La\v: GrasXf .:(148.1lI.B.EDE& tr.-s.t, '
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t '( .-VI; of the United, States! to IhecommissiQners'of k'S : ; '
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'i l5 .w :; & v Jini her from. Cuba : .
: Bi.: 22T: ?;:rt siere4"owfo{ t hiwh - ;-. ; 1. '. Spain :which fs that fORI'THFSpUTH.. -V!j : (, .-
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:' 'fi yrobunty, "In" thIs Stn "hiiii /.tot ,:Tiut the_Marl, !* Teresa I gathered stew thU country proposes: to:take; the:en- k : ,St._ 'lixtclO; ZEJvefgxeeixl : : : : ;: f.l' f.

a i hangethe,1oation' ol r 'their.' counts determination 'and' was, inspired.by.anewer' t1reaichlpeiigooflhebflpj1Ineiaiterritory ) : i S. I 'GrowSoQSurfa ; .
\ oft tlMtedStatest As,.an. 'Interfere. with Shrubbery, ,te.. i; : :;
:, "... ."s1teshI1present, fo--of the; board,ofeiuntfcomnIsfoners hope ""when :she" tobnd'bersef'driftlngteninttess '' 'offset:the .United! 'States 'proposes, to ::4. !. ;wHHAKaLL; II l 1.Ht: ;: .t ( '
guetleotinty. a In q
i( the enormoustroughs'of DiLn. FU.
8.224--gJs-eol-l3-E! '
1 _., _.. liird .of:"the giyeSpa1 t ; ;| ,009'tor'>p biflo '
Vi:<,?? :stndby. .ope : : ;'ihesea.iAt her masthead ; \LPt Y; -_ !

., Treg1stered.voters:praying for a change; ''t etQtbe:8tar.and, ,Stripes'and {her exped1ture1nthe1sIaOdiAibowlierthefreedom..pf the trade oftbi. i islands l ; T., :',1'T'K: S. > : ] _
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,of tie location of such onnt1..51te 'j hiUviiires, ..strength that defied "
'-.fii ac 4Orhecoqnty i omuussionera- :! the:angry .elements.',Sbe', might hare for yean,:aBsnme all) reapbnsibiiityin :We.H. ; nuficlUre 'aU . f ,

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(\. .! "8n'ch. ,''petition' -.vpeeified' A1precJncta *- the yellow)flag of'Spain: ( but.:Vf ith the to personrjproperty of any of the cliIzenaoftbeUnited8titeereli S. ,," ,.. \ '" ,

: ?!jabove se ton shaH order:an_election:at Stars and Stripes at her peak never' t :-yespain i [ y.pf s '- I 't

'. J', .i ;lb ucboonnJthereof. SOhekespoudedt: : thejrhims and from 'tDde lb"which 'this governmeutm1ghtO I "t. C; : /; .J'
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as1onto ,
presa'for dant- ; .
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I:.0';. for the., 1oeaUi. .E such, ,:county:sle; caprice; pf'.tbe raging: ,billows, which because' of I ""o'P.1IU1tTINGTON: ".h

giving at.J least i3lO.daysotiee' , bea't/tbemselves;, .! .\ btO.UrT'a&eerJpictwhherides ages; : incidents happening SL j .Tank ProptfetprvLocated'in ', :' ..: -
f' : \ held ,underVyihe'provisjolaft befor ,tbedeclarationiof_ war11 and the J; : : c ,
; .. S.c..62.; .A\rel ctfons. J Bpitting t joam- t' "
:. i t. of tbls'law/shallr.t :be con- flecks *' her decks*and re-enactment 'of::all ,treaties betwenthIoviinrneneandSpaIu iiS the. 'moat"pleasant p c'in_ ),
across '
engulfing '
L I' ., ', / thecity- :, -. 'i
J'filtered
which : G I ; j-.l' p
;1 the usual manner,'prescribed. her.' Detlmes, jnj the 'mountain-high I were J : .- > / "* '
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: annulled Spain f the herd i I
by at time of
i: i .by law Mr c oldIog'generaDItIon1n rushes of.the gate-swept sea.Sbe: d 1'nr'; .2i=.i nsed roil: 1 -

''' i,W9. :State! {f war, ,lit the-iyiiittbIlthepinIshcolnrnisslOjni ;. every pnrpoe. S ', . -,'
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_J .otherw1Ae.prnv1de ,and the returns '.of. thiio1' jof''storms. ,to.pilot her,to a sbpuld deIeline"uLJtpafti .- : .B- -S : ** :1. .:
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1'sueh -election hair l f .made to the : ifftsajs sy a 5-
friendly jre6tfnrpiace. .
P'- e.-eorczole of '
the
possession Philippines .,
_ ,; -Jf cbunirtcbmtnlsafoneris- >'rto: ihe BaT'tb'ei. force. of .the. ..'eIeme ,'and 'drivethe, : : :
- Spanish i
% "I - : ] army.or :
% ttereoI",; j ierk11.stronger" .than. .. these' ' .' .9.the that portion:rof!.itltill 'remaining 'InC JJnl e''M.:
SE M8; rT6eoanty e rSl ., urownJtlorioo.. .
o nayydepartmsasa' .- ' bi post haste,'off ithV Island.The i . .gJ
E 'AhAIJOLI Tt jBf tb !after aueh iJ1" ,;,, ; ,h te"1o -to ;;;i .
l. day '
poredUCOiOdt9tb&dUStfrnnwiiictiyju indications : that "" .
are the Span) i' :. r. ,,
.commissioners ; .
& $ i t.u tIilf4eld.( the:elements ."
toederedas foref.314 I .

:."" :;, fl} ja!, : p pub1icIyaia5SJOIt1Of c t ,a'f ' protest;declaring will accept that' our she terms cap not under' .: : : f Si:: ': '
r not conduct -i'
_ ': : thenC,. b c, o tyst ;l p i gprabg ase were to even pay; ,thpugb double-;jour your Value new I '.further, .w-arfareand. ,Is therefore ; I . : ._:: .-Ji : \:. I
.if fbfi.\eledf;\ compelled '
orJO shaltLh4.IIJL1J I to crneV'
accept
year an !I Tsjould. frireelease..yojn.Four: ;.hundred .our. .terms.
_ : :_ of" said C0nimlis1OncJ6 Before another week .
: 'S tq and1xyetsgne; fine morning in rolls around It Is, 1( :
:1'ii. i;I>;iw! ooq a.* poliiible. a court house. Dece'tnDer,14V2; ,Christopher'Columbus t I probable! 'that,we shall_be In,possessionof : ,The above is,a 'view''from: tb'e, ..Fort. : .

,r'* T nliii.ad o'proYid Hftabie'.offices first /p'fd' the American"'continent' I' the:'general,'terms of ,the,treaty of Dallas.'grounds' ,of tb.mOltb! : of',the. J J try* vs. '
attbri .
.; :f t\ :county;o1Icer who:are rettu1jed point' whirejou lie.- Itisbuta peace and ''within a Jeww eks the details (Miami', Elver; Biscayne Bay andKorrlaOut. : TO P; *, lit

._ .by!J aw to keep;their. ,,(tlces atJt.oufl pttng| :>nding to the barbarous- nation I! of the.- ;treaty, will, have_" 'been,. decided [ It has never. '. appeared,. In [print : .
\ heretofore. ..
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hOofkt the place' .so selected, froih.' fci.cV: both b. ,you. and he sprang .upon".and a, ;permanent. 'peacetreaty :0-' v! VeSVA 11 ,

?< "s the 4 ontyite aforesaid. ; I ,signed between the two :_ )
.'% .' r-J-f" *,' "*" i- that' 'your bpn 8sbo6ld! : lie.: *04.Iu,5t'c : governmentsc '
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,' .I r* irvprder that"there might b6o ques'. pafn firstlaid. ,her greedybahdone1aiwhIctisheIu '_-_ _. _ Guardian'Notice' '' SNdtL L* '. '.. &
''fiib *a'io4))*JeffaUlt the Y shame- ff Jet.. I .Is beriefcy,.ireitliaiOi the'Sib dsy'ol ' jfe\-c i' I I5
oi t- o location. so' , 'UV:>o the present time the iiiTRoFOUB I bceemben J13Mor ai soon,thereafter aa I can .5t/i-. *

-.f:r511 5jf_ the- cooatr. T Mat. -at.. uioi't_ ._eRis-. 'tullytieated... -. . . laa;inad 'a"thorough:.canvass ""of |be heard.'shall aa(uardiaa of Nora'V.'Jackon \ 4 Asf"I

.:-:latiire, vf;::1891 p a94 I'. the.,foILcwing \ =II.r'; "" -"""'". .t : -- --iP: 'all that';:seCtion l,of terrlt.or.r.li: Jg be (([minor vardjTapplx) lbtb.Coootr Judg*of - .w ,i .', i]

J'J" "'. 1'3ra.*', new regime)Is',.on.-. AmerMJan 'Ktw;', < Dade Oonntrrfitata Florida;for authority lo _1 >
r > I j tween Bi verj(bn tnet north \ 1'W-
'," t2at Et' !leii.zmn) g; the.acton! of the I and sell and conrey that piece of land tIonfin to .i c : .
cavtlry are,now replacing the <*
.. i.r ton;of, tbe .county jn?.hongto! troops jin:,,and 'about" Spanish.: Five i Snapper ekjn tb.out: its rep? bu'IU ate'In'said 'county and knoira aa tot i ; >> 1 ;. . -A- . v* ,.
.! I.ari* resentatlTeJtas visited.over three huV Thirty-four of JnpiMt laland,as inrvtyed jf : > ;15'1 i
___ i.' .. .idb t ,:county. 8t. .from. ..>.iiDr'_"t'I'', weeks>:mpreVJanuiaryflit; find the de4.cbonuis;. 1Y "tln( yet1 con- and' mapped byW\s..OIelOD., ' S v b S -r ..- -.
1 t United : Dated.October 28th 1898. . .TOCTZ
. ( Wcr1thad L s ben.preTiously1ocated.JEoi11nIy. '' I tats troops in full,possession Unted';and prjMperoua. ;There havebeen '- TV o.k WALLACE- ;OI't

...':, :'. ,..At'At't.or 1324eMW11tr4j1ofl4' the;1or t$:.' :r . :'of ft f
., : rWuzaai.s"t-Some. ; dpubta, have ,been l '8 l e.1 stiong'.ne4 f rom Savannah sOon tbe Cocoajplum section: .especially ; .-Jtaj -si... -' .- ,- v /- --
-'n.t N-as to the legality.of an':election'i f 'Jfeuvitis r south ofhe 1IGIJ.8'OI"PYT8tA) lDHU'YerJ re- !
or ;the fint brigb
t'.' ', : point'to GroTe, ; the' APau4PiirIee.c.tlon4wut'ofM1amItbuttboRiTer: Dew complete;;! 4tffntt: tHcritnes everbrougltto 5
beW'1ebnsary-} iebir'a I tofficV The
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Y' ((1889" Jo j be:SocupJed '
; by
.i "Ct.ioounty.seat ,ift jbadecountyVFlorida, ;j 'r -". >.usiti. . .;States,.' 'gar ri-.' ( : ;: ; J '. ronUrre-.n tbe;flnt.Kanka: second win and be Jouth fonda;: ]}> -- %;> E! *"f '*
o D "-1, ,1 TheeOOsava1ryi:wereunib Prainil" section. .:',the,"Bsayfle;:Arch ,third r,, "AMtlof. *. aiehta- 'of the month; _. :. -_, : : *OUI 36.hours :Nickel (Jock| fort r So'il/ajfobd. 1 ,1rirackeeperv
l Of O.
: ;/ .. : .Ge i ran Creek Snake:Creelcjacodelo 'Hillind : : : ' H BAOua ,cc..tJBEYAKofLSi& .: -r -
", .W Eaua.'p ":notice':of.,the lntng -1 J "wnveyed/on"rthe: ;. ir_ ,- " rV"7. : -;USa
'tio11131c1)pl7'to' be4egtalatoefor;n'i M transport and.NewBIyer section :Osthe:'pine .::-1IL'r;, }- ." ''' ". : ;, ; :? "*
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'iAccording-i tbe.'noticewrved land. Miere'are' f wrlneir piam'staried.Therejw . 00.FT0TtDnIUaIZeRO ,-. 3eiS\X| specaIt i W-fewfrjngi.c Gall and;: C -
:.La::> /Midec4ionaz. ;.p-'J ; "6 eeralBl .1114.:lndcpe&d ir Order or Odd AV.-A -
= : op &nco by this goy.erPWentthintiro Jmny"nlc ihbmes: "The Peflowi meets every Wtdu.dq' / $- riv : > ,- / : : .. MiM
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FARM, GROVE GARDEN with canvas>> and Ube pan is ready to strength in resisting both cold and mended. After July 15 we would Tl.e PO.noa 'Nurseries.: r

Ir. be carried to the field. drouth. Out of nearly five 'hundred cease cultivation and eitfher sow the .

- MATTERS THAT WILL INTEREST Have holes punched as for straw- plants of tilde Incomparable variety land down to !beggar weed or cowpeas iiaJ\dsoJ1\e 1899 Catalogue \ .., .

berry plants, two or three inches In we "!have not a single weakly, sickly or let it grow up to crab grass;
AND AID SOIL TILLERS. "WXt to Plant and flow{ to Plant tt."
diameter, with a steel-poInted spud plant and never';bad. From experince tt there are peach trees In. tihe orchardwe .

that will leave a clear-cut hole and not I class it as the most hardy va- would not recommend cow peas, Tell all about their immense I stock of \ .

Correspondence of Experienced' lien pull up the dicks and leave a loosened riety of pineapples grown in Florida, on account of their liability to root- Fruit Trees for Florida Planting;
'
and Interesting Extracts From place that will soon dry out. Getrtg'ht I and ,without exception in weight of knot. Let the clop of grass, cow peasor .,

Our Agricultural Exchanges Concerning down on the knees have these fruit the yielder acre, "beggar weed the remainderof -
; greatest per grow Describing over 400 varieties of choice Fruits and Flowers a giving fan InrtrmetJoiM for
Our Farm Crops. if with deliciousness the and planting and cultivating same. Over 50 Handsome Photographic lloittratloae and Views,' .
protected, desired leather while for rich, melting season die on !the ground, 'making It a veritable Album of Southern Fruits and Flower This Handsome
kneecaps. Take a plant in the left of fruit, I think it .has no superior. and plow in in the winter; this will : will be sent free upon application. Bend for a copy. It will Interest you it you a tatslagoeF
I 4'of 'k,
fine Fruit and glowersOVER "
Celery Culture. hand, pace it a quarter-Inch lower I do not praise it because of plants to give: additonal fertility to the soil, 't

Continuing its series of articles on than it was in the seedbed; ''bold it sell, for we are in the market to buy and also serve a good purpoao-in Shading ONE-HALF MILLION TREES IN STOQ:. .

celery culture, an installment of against the left side< of the hole and and not to sell this superlative the ground in the meantime. Never J AU standard nfletles on either 'Corns
j
which we recently republished, the with the right hand tightly pack and plant) For the next two years we plow under a heavy cA>V of grass, O RA N GES 1 I TrttoUata, .Sweet._ut.,Boar 1 0 RA'N. GJ. E-g I .

Times-Union and Citizen says: ramp moist earth, rejecting all dry will set of Smooth Cayenne plants all cow peas or other green stuff In a F.

Plants are set or allowed to stand sand, around the roots, making sure we raise and all we can boy. Southern orchard in midsummer. If Satsuma Orange on Citrus Trifoliata Stocks, a Specialty : Y

.. from six to eight inches apart in the that no air hole dhall be left clear to It *s said that Mr. Russell, of Orlando it is desired that two crops should be tried and tested

;rows. Some would make furrows and the bottom. sold In a single year from"') one. raised on the same' ground, one of PEACHES f = .1a0.000peachtree. 1 PEACHES' '

: partly fill them with manure covering The cultivation is practically all acre of Smooth Cayenne's, fruit and one of farm crops, it can be sand
Plums Pears, Persimmons Figs, Mulberries, Grapes .
with earth not quite even with the comprehended in these -words.-keep In fruit . . . .. .. .. .. ..$1,500In done if all conditions are favorable,
other fruits and flowers adapted to Florida PltnMng In proportion.
r' surface, thus leaving a trench in the plants clean. Some plants even plants. . . . .. .. . .. ..... 4,500 but one or more of these conditionsare

which the plants are set. Others pre- after being graded in setting, will outstrip apt to be lacking at some time Over_tOO Varieties of Choice Field Grown Roses. -

fer to make all the ground rich and other. When this occurs as soon Total . . .. . .. .. .. .....J6.000 during She season; they are, plentyof ..
BBMBMBBR that WE PAY THE FREIGHT and that have doMseforOc fact
set the plants upon the surface claiming as the largest are five inches .high, Six thousand dollars I 11 I fertilizer, plenty of cultivation, and Two Yean And mlto that we were Ploaeus hi,idling high grade *'..ryStoekAtkrnpne

that these trenches axe liable to with a very sharp .hoe snip the tops find a second acre in all the South plenty of water. Unless these conditions NTJR8BHIX8' -

be washed by the rains in their soil, ; of them off, about half-way down, that will equal that yield if you can I can be governed, it is betber to POMONA

'' TO that they become filled with earthor cutting square across with a very Many statements have been published divide the land and give farm crops The Gritting Bros. Co.. Proprs. Ma den ,.,(Florid

gullied out by the water, and the quick stroke, and not mangling them. of !(Florida pine growers concerning one part and orchard the other. Don't .

i-t+ plant either buried under the: earth When the plants are eight inches high their enormous yields of Ab- expect to receive. the ,best results VVSOMXXSGffl \ -

: ; or washed out of the ground at every the earth is about filled with their baka and Smooth Cayenne. Of the from an orchard !by saving a crop of '..;

r hard shower. We confess to liking roots!!!, and the stirring of the soil Abbaka we have nearly a thousand hay from the same land, where both Freight Prepaid on Trees. e...... -

should cease. plants, and for our three leading varieties trees and have nothing to de-
the level cultivation much the better, grass '
To all polnU4n the Quit States. Send for New OtUlogn*giving terms
and find it to cause much less labor. The first step in banking consists for the future we elect RIpley pend upon but the .natural fertility of sad description of goo Adapted Varieties '

The plants can be sit at any tune in grasping all the stems of a punt Queen, Abbaka and Smooth Cayenne. t'he'soil.. Space limits us to a few Oranges, Pomelos, Kumquats, Lemons. Peaches, Pears, Plum.,

.1 with only little more labor required in one 'hand and with the other makIng -X. P. Simmons in Bartow Courier- genral propositions on fertilizationand Kakl. Nuts. Crapes Figs Mulberries Roses, Ornamental eta.:

_4 or greater risk of loss than in setting a retaining collar of earth around Informant. cultivation, whidh must be modified Estimate Furnished. -
16 Years. CorresDondencw 8clctted. No
!hem! to keep them together. in their! according to AgCHtS.
cabbage plants. Some set out when snug application Catalogue-Mailed Pree.I sr

when the plants are about three! inches After this the banking progresses Fertilizing and Cultivating.From circumstances. We are. without books O. U T ABBR, Prop. OLIN IT. KAZT KWWZWZS. Glen Kt. Mary 7U.

high and when gradually as the plants stretdh up treating these subjects for this region &H&&y*?
es transplant again ---- -
]Ithe annual catalogue of thj --- -----
eight inches high. This doubles the! higher and higher. ; but the details of successful
extractthe
Glen St. Mary nurseries, we
labor and those who grow celery ona following timely advice on fertilizing methods may be obtained from ourexcellent yHILL .;

large scale do not perceive any extra $100 REWARD, $100. and cultivating: Horticultural Jodrnals and & COMPANY i

:' gain from this method which The readers of this paper will be the proceedings of our efficient Horticultural .
uiov\ui is 'ine inipori.aui po u. juei&i
t, would compensate them _. j car, UMI, while a i.t..ie ujncJi
ed expense. From three to six indhes one dreaded disease that science has SANFORD, FLA..
.... '
\>i luuipost can uu idv.iuiaijei>uo-
high is a good size for transplanting, been able to cure In ail its stages and 3 Onions for Sleeplessness.A .
j appueu MUMU aeltiuj tug tree, t.n.uUal Owing to the lease expiring and contemplating a chant. in the toot ':. I'.
t if they are not to be moved. that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is successful physician. recommends will sell all of H1U A Co's. goods at ... great n
ut LUe LtrUxUiag OilM >.i Oe UoIlCi Hardware of allDohs. fiach. and-BUnds. a nice LwUerVr not*. ,
i Take with the only known to !baked onions 'for sleeplessness caused .
them positive cure
now
up a common spade,
.:.tJ14& Uct- nag Ueojujell hard Ofla. Planet Jr Cotttrator. Oil Heaters, Fishing TacK at prices' les bsa :
kept sharp as a knife by the use of the medical fraternity. Catarrh beinga : from a derangement' of the nervous o Artist Material at half price. Agent for the Sorrento Brick Bpvofkl pcleef4tu '
and coaiiuionceU. lcar load "" i- .
hl use .
grouml groiu ::
r a file. Take a pair of aheep-shears, constitutional disease, requires constitutional system. Here Is a tried recipe for '

cut the tops off the plants two inches treatment. Hall's Caitarrh Aouiuug will give acct quick re- baking them: Wash' the onions but lots.fefe* W. J. HILL.
sues in trite ot fertilizing u some .
Cure is taken directly way do not them. Boil them until
above the ground, then the leaves internally, acting peel
ot the 'vveu-iteated commercial leruwiuda -
cannot evaporate the moisture from. upon the blood and muoous surf aces tender in water that has 'been salted,
Zen, are ridh/ in ammonia and PRICE LIST OF FERTILIZING MATERIALS -
the root before it begins to draw: of the system, thereby destroying the and ichange the water twice. Remove .
acid. standard "comp.eLe" -
support from the earth through its Foundation of the disease, and giving phoepnoric Any from itfhe water, drain thoroughly
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new rootlets, which will show in for- the patient strength by building lender prepared for growth wrap them carefully in buttered -tissue -
up rule the f-m r trucker and fruit has :o two
(rather than fruit), and thereforecontaining a grower pay; ,
after in favor- the constitution find nature and bake 'In a slow oven
I ty-eight'houra setting assisting paper
commissions. A commission he and
a high percentage oi am- }Is on everything buys a ,
able' weatlber. Slide the spade full in doing its work.. The proprietors for an hour. Then remove the outer -
mouia will an early and vig- Commission o. everything i he sells. What we desjre t- do is'o
lengtth oi .the blade right under the have so much faith: in its curative promote skins, !brown the onions quickly. and the
commission all fertilizer
he selling
orus tree th. A 'pound of tins save him the on use uy -,
plants cutting ,the taproot off 1% powers, that tLej offer One Hundred .to the tree,grvw evenly scattered over use pour melted butter over them. Serve direct and thus-avoiding the expense of a travelling salesman.
inches below the surface of the Dollars .for any case that it fails to hot. T.-U. &; C.
of If interested m -
surface oi the ground .for a distanceof and the commission an agent. -you arr sa.mg'these ,
ground. SLip each spadeful off upon a cure. Send for list of testimonials. '
orders for it is
three feet from the stem an every A THRUST. commissions give us your only by handlinglarge
vacant spot of ground, where those Address, F. J. CHENEY &; CO.,
tliieotion and raked in .well will BOon Miss Passay-I dread to think of my quantities of goods that small margins can be Tnaintair.edJ.uWe ; _

who gather up the plants will -have Toledo, O.' oe recognized by the tree. The first fortieth birthday. Miss Pert-WhyT Did were the first to take the initiative steps to reduce the.cost of fertilizer

room to work. Sold by druggists. Hall's. FamilyPills (application to these newly set trees something unpleasant happen then. ?- to the growers and therefore should have their.support =*.1 1If

Each: workman needs two pans, one are the beat. raving been made say in March second Brooklyn Life. you wish a special formula mixed we will do it for you charging

for the large plants and one for the one of about the same amount in the actual cost of materials used and $i per ton for 'mb pg'.,

small ones, BO that when set In. the Popular Varieties of Pines. July will advantageous, and /> PISO'S CURE TORCURiS MLS. The following are our prices for the next 30 days: -' .

row each grade will be by itself, and I t&e !pineapples when but a boy with prove cultivation will CoosbSyrup.WHtH ALL TutaiGood.EiSt I tJiegplace Q Sulphate Ammonia, M to K per cent ammonia..... ...... ... ......................... <

the large cannot overshadow ,the and it .ia HIty years ago since I reach good transioxm to time. Bold by druedets :Nitrate Soda,17 to 20 per cent ammonia..... .. .. ...... ..... ........40.00

1 small ones, and prevent them from ed my "teens" still pi.n.eappleulture medium-sized nursery trees of. peaches Dried Blood. II to IS per cent ammonia......... ....... ........ .,.................. -M -
plums and other young bearing High Grade Blood and Bone 10 to. U per ct. ammonia.,., ....!.....LOS Y
Or the small be set
growing. ones can is >but in its infancy, tI is probable "
/bed fruit trees into. a bearing size and Blood and Bone, 6!/. to 8 per ct. ammonia and 15? to 20 per ct. phosphoric ,
close in a and transplanted to the'fie1d boat .
more will be learned of the business
after For condition by the end of the first season Your Money acid... .... ...... ....... ... ........ ......... ... &M, nA
they get large enough in the next ten thou inns
years after which time fertilizers oon- ta a Bank ntU we secure yoaaperlBK ttauitlaa Bone, fine grounds S to 4 per cent. ammonlas,3S per cent, phosphoric add.. 2U8-
forced plants this Is a good ,way to been blown In all the past, so whatever : itaining a larger per cent of :potash ett Weptrnllrmdnu bwitoM KtiooU*in. the Tb Sooth.Isgeu.beI&u4cbeapt Bright Cotton Seed Meal 7 to 9 per cent ammonia.... .. .............19.M, ;-
do. When !the: Into *
putting plants knowledge one has of the growing should be used in making subsequent Dark Cotton Seed( Meat.5K to 1 per cent ammonia...... ....... .... ..... .......'3J8:
the pans separate each plant from all of this incomparable: fruit should applications.. All kinds of trees aregreatly Massey's8ou,1lngee8s9Cotambtt Potash, High Grade. 90 to 95 per cent sulphate potash M to SI per coat actual.... .... .

theotib ra. Put no grass or weedsin be modestly told, for such a one is benefited the of bone .,O*. BfanBia bam,Ala.Hontgomerjr Potash, Low Grade 48 to 53 per cent sulphate potash 27 to 23 per cent actual....StST,. .
; have the plants stand nearly upright but a learner (himself. ; by use ,Ala. Jacksonville Fla' Potash, Mu.rtate.80 to 85 per cent murtat of potash 5Z to 65 per cent actual... ..N :o.:
6 in the and close to- meal, ashes and cotton seed meal. Re- Write at once for catmlocnie No. Potash, Kainit. 24 to 28 per cent sulphate potash 12 to 13'per cent actual.w ttJL ,,
pans press When living far away among the member, however, if cotton seed or Hardwood Ashes I to S percent actual potash........... .. .... ...... .....>...:U4t>': ,-
gefiher ,to keep the air from the root Mils of New England I first sampled cottbn seed meal is used, that it has Acid Phosphate. 14 to 15 per cent available phosphoric acid... ....... ..........IfcSt;. .

Give tihe pan a slant while: filling it, a Red Spanish pineapple, In my boyhood to undergo a rotting process in the Dissolved Bone Blac.. 18 to 18 per cent available phosphoric add... ...........'..... .r
so the (plant will lean a little; then, enthusiasm I said I'c Tobacco Dust. This dust Is Mid by sample and is guaranteed to be nnlesnhedf
"Golly, ground before becoming available as .. ... .;.......
when the pan i. filled put in a handful You cad the man who is interested lathe and to contain an its fertilizing and insecticide properties. ... . JM*:
like to live where they grow. plant food, and that it should never welfare of Florida and you will find Ground Tobacco Sterna... ... ..... ......... .... ... .... .>....,..1JS :eLand -
of earth where the last
plant was put Well, we have thirteen varieties opines ibe placed:. in direct contact with the the one who is In no email war four Plaster.... ...... ............ ................ ...... ........ ...... _........... IT..q
to mark the 'place( for the setter to under cultivation, twelve of roota. Well-rotted manure and compost alive to the interests of hs metropolis Salt either coarse or fine la 200 pound sacks. 88 cents or by th. ton.................N",.,

commence taking out the plants. which we have, from time to time, are always good for fruit trees, the city of Copperas put up In any size package. P cents per pound or br.tb ton....... 21..S
Then sprinkle with water and cover sampled uPon our table, thinking: to and should be plowed In 'shallow. Blood and Bone, Bcne, Acid Phosphate, Dissolved_ BonevtStd- '.

discard those of the least merit, alter In fertilizing (fruit trees, certain JACKSONVILLEit phatfc Ammonia and Kainit are put ip in 200 pound sacks. Cotton'

giving tibem a (test, end atrange general principles should be borne! in Seed Meal and Lana Plaster, ipo :pound sacks. Potash :all.'Inryk'

FoulSmellingCatarrh. to say, we have "voted our ticket mind. Growth is the: first except Kainit 224 pounds.. Nitrate Soda, is in tm; -en 'acJc 'frii _ Pr
will not occur to him that be is not so -
i straight," none are to be rejected.. tion. Ammonia Is essential OOnaidera-1 interested although his home his family 200 to 300 pounds. Hard' Wood Ashes, barrels of ay' pounds., Tobacco

Even the small,hard-oored red Spanish The soil must.be in. a proper condition ; and kindred" may be In Dust in too and 125 pound bags and cases 013 !' to;450- : ;'

-(I hate that n.ame-ia to be retained as to ammonia supply to make Ube application pounds. -
S Catarrh is one of the most obstinate .
the rest. .
lUeues, and hence the most difficult among of other elements effective. TAMPAnot E. O. PAINTER & CO.,
to' get rid of.Then -tMr. Simmons then enumerates the Phosphoric acid and potash will not y

I is but one way to cure it.rhe varieties the \has growing and describes produce result where ,there Is1D.aum. only winter reeort of great promt }JACKSONVILLE, FLA...

disease is in the blood, and all thepraJ' the three which he consider cient ammonia. While ammonia in nence. but one of the busiest and most
washes and inhaling mixture progressive In the entire BoubL:
beet as :follows: the form of commercial fertilizer !i.a i. -
tn the world can have no permanent The State College
( effect whatever upon it. Swift's SeificeurssCatsrihpermanentlyfora Bipley( Queen; finest in size, productiveness valuable special-purpose application,. ROLLINS COLLEGE !

ii and flavor of all the it is impracticable, to maintain an AND'v I At Lake City, -
he only remedy which can reach the "Queen" varieties the earlIest I I '
; among adequate supply in this A fertile II FOR
way. STANDS
; I ;
disease
and force it from the blood. Offers Superior Advantages for Acquiring -
1 Mr. B.P.McAllister of bearers of the season, much of the soil is an ammonia producing lab like its elder sister, the oothermost city
Harrod.burr."l" a THOROUGH<< EDUCATION..
,had Catarrh for years. He writes: crop ripening (before the market is oratory. A soil rich in vegetable mollor of our fraternal Union, the unique and .
eoold ... no Improvement whtteveeoBfUntlv sufficiently supplied for a in humus beautiful city ofKEY GOOD EDUCATION PRACTICAL EDUCATIONa
drop the ammonia
*
1 possesses producing
1aoqIa was treated with spray MODERN EDUCATION?'
and washes, and dUTeent price. We have elected to grow heavily quality' in an eminent degree. Along the lines of Modern Thought and {

la fact inhaling I could remecU feel that- of this variety. Mnldhing toe surface is an efficient, WEST Activity.. DEPARTMENTSf- "
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each than winter the year I was previous wont .Atabaka; an extremely popular variety and in orchard culture often a feasible Engineers, Physicians, Bookkeepers CoUetUU Ptepvaiorv, Commtrtia.r.:

"Finally It war in all :parts of Florida. Plant method of bringing about this is dose to the warm waters of the famous Marie. Art,\ Normal. :w:.

.. 'brought that Uatarrh-euablood my nolle grows to a prodigious size, and undera condition. A thin" or exhausted: Gulf I and each thereby connected ,. Agriculturists, --.0-laid .. .
disease and after thinkIng nigh condition of cultivation fruit for transportation yet both are linked to Every emphasis upon the.bistros
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over the matter, J oil can be "brought up" by applying the by the" Chemists lion given. The professors' and{ tractors
world beet
saw It was nareajonabl very firm, large, immensely productive : are experts who nave held corresponding
to fertilizer to succulent crops to gr wand positions in the highest colleges la,the
I remedies expect to whteh be eared onl toy, plants seldom mining to fruit, decay upon. the noil. The primary I SUCCESSFUL MEN AND WOMEN land* Healthful Snrrouad-
Location
":-:-. I 'then reached decided the surface.to try 1 and fruit -uniformly large; the sunken object of fertilization should be RAILWAY.the In all Departments of Industry have Inga.Beautiful Modem JI.UIdLKsoeUen&'L1blUT;; : v

.B.ft-and after ew bottles were nted.no- eyes makes It a very firm shipper; to maintain this ammonia. producing been Educated here. Fine Good GymnasluBU Board. Well-FarnUhed Booms. -, -

. nett e nmidT perceptible the disease tmpl'O'ftmeDL was forced Continuing out of m: flavor among the best also productive condition at'the sal Special .Terms Reasonable. Each tUglvea. 3y,
aat in country and we leave to Fall Term Begins Oct. 4. Send for new A room to Dimwit thou&extra eharge
,Is-stem a complete nre 'WU &b.1'NI11 plants. I counted on one of B. M. then: effective and you mess .
applications are ,
I advise all whe have this dreadful disease to its name only remarkingthat you can Illustrated Catalogue to 6XOZ6X M. WAXD. rres.
Abandon their loeal treatment.which ha never I Hampton's Abbaka's: at Frostproofthis the oitihaodltrt swill soon learn to apply see more from Its oar windows than by For further intimation and Catalogue ; t,-
lone them &11.71'004. and take I.8. 8-.a rem- W. F. YOCIXH, President,
idy that can reach the disease and cure it." : season forty-six: -well-donned new them in quantity and quality according any other way. If you cannot find its apply t.oAD.LAU WOT..AcaLrInD"AU. -

: To continue the wrong treatment for I plants.. i to the needs of the trees Do name here look on your railway,.. ticket, Lake City. Florida, .TLA. -
.- catarrh is to continue to suffer. Swift its
Specific la a real blood remedy, and vSipooth Cayenne ; a thornle variety I fertilize by indication, A good general 93 -.

t sure obstinate, deep-seated diseases from 'Uie Hawaiian Islands both, rule for fertilizing+ bearing orchards ' V i

which other remedies have no effect plant and fruit very large; plant is to apply a potash phosphoricacid oy d saro SS :\c -
w"
l8I
whatever upon. It promptly reaches hardy, both under sheds and grown fertilizer in the-late fall or early THE BEST ROUTE. a tort e '+a .. A You Want a....

moat Oatarrhan aggravated never case fails to core even the open at Midland' we did not lose a winter (November or December' )- for $' i rm e' :s I hI:I bv James Gape-1 ;

plant from the new year's cold snap fruit; >and for growth, tin ammonia: ? 4 o .1:1.!!
of this side aide with \ For particulars, chedule. rates etc, o F .. .. Vine Howaboutr ;
year, grown by fertilizer In'early spring_(February), oG f
A.3>>Blood writ to Q. 2). Ackerly, General Pa *en- "
Red Spanish, andl Abbaka, while we and perhaps again later. I CtI' Axent Jacksonville FU. 0 4oR hg '+ 'p b t Campbell's 'Barly? ,:

met with small losses ;from each of For all young orchards' we recommend -I a r ro 4 siriors .i
blood remedy guaranteed to contain no therYarlet1el. f9Mt IeT.WT TtS .I4YSp[ Vines sent,,by ,mail. t ;
the :
frequent and clean cultivationup .
tangeroos minerals.
r Books mailed free by Swift SpecUla" 'The rood of the Smooth Cayennegoes to midsummer, combined with the I aY t ;aii Interest&ng. pdlces at B. H.EAT. ;, ;' .

Company, Atlanta,Georgia. / .deeper, hence iU uipertor system of fertilizing above recom- N. N. U. 7-25 ,0 : B .; WAD, DeLaztd, P1*. {j. {

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: H. B. Myers, three acres of tomatoesand H. C. Welch, five acres.. L. W. MARSHALL "
MONG Fredk. S. Morse
THE
: . FARMERS one.fDUrtb acre of cucumbers. Douglas Bros., four acres.J. las 75 acres of fine rich land,'mostly ,. ,

0 ---- Mr. Myers also has a homestead \\ W. Hilton, one acre. Mr. Hilton hammock, on the south fork, about 25

miles north-west of Biscayne station, also has one acre of pineapples acres of which is cleared.: Mr. Marshall -
? The Metropolis Scribe Interviews with a small clearing and 250 nice trees 11. U. Harris, four acres. i is fast making a model place. He REAL ESTATE
'
?, S Many of ThemOK growing. House & McLean, live acres will make a crop of 10 acrea of tomatoes -

George Watkins, four acres. I U. H. Knight, :SO acres. and one acre of mixed vegetables.
BQCAYNK
? : MODKLO. HALLAND PRAIRIE SNAKE AND NEW CREEL W. H. Harrington, one acre. Abrams & Smith 71 acres The following crop will also be made" Miami, Dade Co., Florida. .:

Zfl ER. AND FINDS W. G. Carter, three acres.A. J. B. Combs: two acres. by different parties upon his land :

---- McClellan,three acres. Abrams & Cosgrove hue the 'land Brabham two of
George acres tomatoes -
t** ."'Avuutnf luertake of Acreage This Tear OTer'w. Rulerford &; Lewis, three acres. prepared and are setting out five acres I and one acre of peppers and beans; AGENT FOR LANDS OF _J**= vj ,_

.., ,Last Yer.r.I. Fifteen Wm.Freeman's of trees
of tomatoes
acres on orange
I.:;; I. 8. Boyd, two 'acr..s of tomatoes; Florida East Coast Co.
place.J. Bull Brothers, 2c!I acres of tomatoes, 'l'homa1 Powell, two acres of tomatoee; Railway ,

a' The METROPOLIS this week continuesits Peden, three acres! of tomatoes and ohe-half acre of eggplants, onehalfacre J. E. Marshall, three acres of tomatoes Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co.,
interview with the
", fruit-growers one acre of peppers and eggplant of peppers, one-hair acre of okra .). W. Marshall and J. R. Marsh ,
and truckers of South Dade, the work ; S-17g.ss-m Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co. '
J. S. Pardue has of and of
ti 30 acres prairie one acre pineapples
,. of Chas. G. Featherly, the junior pub- land which is being worked as follows : II. KSnipes, six acres. two acres of of eggplants; Wm. Mars-
lisher. This is fourth week this shall I) acres tomatoes. .
our at E. A. Hawksns, six acres of tomatoes. W. C. Saj era. 10 acres.
L k work, which has entailed a large 1'. Garrett, 10 acres of tomatoes, one- X. Livermore, 2J acres. HASIIALL MARSH
of hard work and In Are putting in two acres of tomatoes Bank
amount
; expense. half acre of eggplants and onehalfacre Edsall <& Fort, 10 acres. of Bay Biscayne
the site of Oaceola's old and
the first three weeks 248 homes were Ull camp, a'a
. of peppers. Gus Bausman, five J. L. Nugent, one-half acre of tomatoes putting in 5) acresof tomatoes
;; %', visited and notes made of what was are 1)
acres of tomatoes, one-fourth acre of and one-half acre of eggplants.
";learned. With this issue this numbers eggplants and one-fourth acre of pt'p- miles south of Lauderdale.
% increased to 8This week we P. M. BRYAN *.'
recover the Biscayne, Snake Creek pers. LITTLE SNAKE CREEK. bias 120 acres of fine land on the edgeof MIAMI FLORIDA.
Gentry & Jordan, six acres of tomatoes .
.<' -. peppers.
4 : 'ifew: River (Ft. Lauderdale) sections, found a rich and handsome prairie, with about six acres cleared, upon s
Conducts
General .
CAPT. a. N. ANDREWS a Banking
Q.l pleting the work south of New which is being extensively cultivated which he has 600 fine young orange WM. M. BROWN. '

.< ;JRirer; with the exception that lack of Has a very fine homestead one mile The crop as! given below is tomatoes trees growing. Mr. Bryan will cultivate PRESIDENT. ..,.4,.. Business. I Issues Drafts on All

4',. ;time prevented a visit to "Tiger Tail west and one mile north of Biscayne unless otherwise specified. 4} acres of tomatoes and one>half R. R. MoCORMICK, Parts of the World. Accounts ; '

:' ,' : Hammock," the place of T. J. West; station, upon which he has a clearing G. W. and D. A. King, eight acres. acre of beans on his land and two acres VicePnr.
"i'cur-Mile Hammock," the Hinckley of eight acres and a veay neat and Charles Schuler, five acre of tomatoes at "Old TommieV camp, CHARLES H. QARTHSIDE. sistent With Con rvative Bank

;&PM, and the Ord pineapple planta- comfortable residence. He has about Edward Tucker, two acres of tomatoes just across the river from Osceola's CASHIER injr Extended.CORRF.ShONaRNZ'.

:1:' 'tlon rvhlt all at Modelo. These we shall 600 fruit trees of different kinds growing on Capt. Fulford's place.N. camp. /

";,.1;fit--. next week and close up the work and an acre of pineapples. Mr. Curry, three acres. BABATA BRAVO ....
w. Andrews will cultivate two of Have 80 acres at the head of the river : : ;
.on the mainland by visiting the Cutler acres Clements &; Dunham, five acres. ,

4 .section.( Again we ask that where tomatoes and eggplants. McDonald Bro & Tucker, 22 acres plt'ftsantlylocated and fine rich soil, Seaboard National Bank, New York.Nat'l

,;omissions or errors have been made B. C. HUNTER of tomatoes and one acre of eggplantsand with a clearing of about four acres.
Bank
', tUt our attention be called to it. It Has 40 acres of very fine land about peppers.A. Owing to the absence of these gentlemen Jacksonville,. Jacksonville.FOREIGN . ,

,Ifc oar purpose to get this information two miles up the prairie from Biscayne H. McCall, 10) acres of tomatoesand we were unable to learn the extent CORRESPONDENT: .
'
'. as correct as possible, not only as station. He has 600 young trees of one-half acre of peppers. of their crop. Knauth Nachod and Kuhne New York. '

-;: matter. of news but for future refer- rough lemon stork, which he will bud Goodrich &; Bryan, six acres.Sloane CAPT. W. C. VALENTINE: ,

., 'eDce.. and set out in the spring. Mr. Hunt- &; Kennett, eight acres.* Modestly asked us not to refer to his

"; \ C. GUNBYt er's crop consists of four acres of to- S. McEaddy, 8>g acres of tomatoes, place, and we will simply remark that Elegant Iron Yanlt and Bnrglar-Proof Safe With Triple Concussion Time Lull

[ Owns' 10 acres about midway between matoes, one-four.th; acre of eggplantsand three acres of eggplants, one acre of the Captain has a mighty fine place, of the Host ImoroTed Male.

; $ ;:Little River and Biscayne, upon which one-fourth acre of peppers. He peppers and one-half acre of okra. upon which be will cultivate 16 acres MI O.M m .. '

..j.,' ;he is putting in three acres of toma- has tomatoes from which he will be McLeod &; Montfort, seven acres. of tomatoes. '
'in Elliott &; Phillips, eight acres of to- c. if. CARN
toef- shipping 80 dais and some eggplants 1vIz4Liu.
:; EDWARD aAaNOTT.kIas ready for shipment now.r. matoes and one acre of peppers.W. Is making a crop of five acres of toma- : : : : sK

:;t'l J. McEaddy, eight acres of toma- toes and one acre of beans on J. N. .
,". a peasant home of 100 acres just P. WILSON'S
'' east of.Biscayne station which he toes and one acre of peppers. Bradley's land, three-quarters of a Is to the
upon Homestead, adjoining Mr. Hunter's rapidly forging front asThe -
Keane &; Co., four acres.. mile up the north branch .
will cultivate one acre of tomatoes. place is a .
i. ; very pretty place, being sur- Ed. Cook, five acres of tomatoes and w. s. PHILLIPS S

.f_6 s. P. REID rounded by trees and tropical flowers two acres of eggplants.M. Will make a crop of one acre of cucum .

i.I .Jiving upon the old Sturtevant and plants. Charles Spurrier, who is F. Lang, 2J acres of tomatoes. beds on W. R. Bracknell's land up the Leading City 1 i in Sooth Florida '

homestead just east of Biscayne sta- attending the place during the' absence James Murphy, two acres of toma- north fork. .

:...tl.tion.,, This place was settled by E. T. of Mr. Wilson in Porto Rico, toes, one acre of peppers and one acre CATP. FROMBIRGXR: .

_' artevant away back in the. 70's, and will put in one-half acre of eggplants of okra. The genial superintendent of the EVERYBODY IS GOING TO MIAMI!

f'J ,la1 a;quaint and picturesque old place, and a few cucumbers Denham & Clements, three acres of House of Refuge, has a place at Progresso ,

:f;:with its old Southern dwelling house, tomatoes. upon'which be has one-half acreof.
Now is time.to secure CHOICE LOCATION either
ON HALLAND a for -
PRATJUX. ,
,ly' | surrounded by tropical fruit trees and Tom Harp, two acres of peppers and pineapples and is setting out all

*% "a';fine old cocoanut grove. Mr. Reid We found a comfortable settlementof eggplants.Lee kinds of tropical fruits. He is ftlso Busfness or resich nce. Choice locatjons in the city for sale by

p% wilL cultivate two acres of tomatoes, congenial people upon the edge of &; Woods, eight acres' of toma- cultivating one acre of tomatoes. on the

:one acre of squash, one acre okra and the rich prairie. They have one store toes and two acres of eggplants.J. prairie south of Lauderdale., :7

o (ea1f'acre eggplants himself, and and a large and commodious boarding- G. Truitt, three acres of tomatoesand CAPT. O'NIAL,

c;'''will.J ave cultivated on prairie land of house, with new dwellings in the one acre of eggplants. One of the old settlers of this section Fort DaHas' Lan Company .

tf.t._ bis:'seven acres of tomatoes and one- course of construction. "The people Douglass &; Gollycheck, three acres and former superintendent of the

'" r. ,half acre. of peppers. here, as elsewhere in this section,were .of tomatoes' and one acre of eggplants. House of Refuge, has a place a -Progresso x-
T'
.",, .f "V; J. w. AKIII. ", busy making f their crops, which is tomatoes ; but owing to lack of time we Call JOHN B. '
on REILLY
Agent
unless otherwise specified in ,
unable visit ,
to it
were but understand
ff.
Ha
*80 north of the Sturte-
acres just
; this report, and is an follows \ FT. LAUDERDALE, is Fort Dallas Land Miami-
he
'vant place. He will cultivate only i making no crop. Capt. O'Neal Company, .
i : J. M. Bryan Jr. 10 Located as it is New River and
acres. upon occupies his time largely in cruising
,, one-half. acre of tomatoes and okra. Or J. E. INGRAHAM, Vice-Pres't,
-tjfi McIntosh &; Paxton, six acres. adjacent to the sound, ocean and about the river and sound with a

> cHIHU Mosley ArHiliyard, 10 acres of tomatoes I House of Refuge, is certainly a beautiful naphtha launch. i-io-tMs-m Fort Dallas Land Co, St. Au ustine,Fla.

':-H" a one of those Florida homes which one acre peppers, one acre eggplants : place, and the people there take FRANK 8TRANAHAN, J "; .,:', '
"tv(< t does' one good to look upon. Mr. one acre beans, four acres Irish I just pride in pointing out the many Postmaster at Lauderdale, has a very '

-ICI! :has 40 acres, with a nice clear- potatoes and' four acres cucumbers and ; points of interest and advantage sur- pretty place on the banks of the river, A HIGH GRADE FERTILIZER :

t ,,1agAlong the front, is a grove of squash. rounding them. We found the follow- and although be is doing no farming\ ,

vV, magnificent I cocoanut trees, while his Charles Anderson, 44 acres. ing places located upon the banks of his place is worthy of mention on ac- MV3T SAVE

house Is-urroanded by 26 different ntl"'o'r Nelson Carlson,nine,acres. the river, and composed largely of rich count of its typical Florida beaot)'. j :
': tropical fruit He is cultiilting Sverker Lnndberg, 2) acres. muck and hammock lands : QUALITY AND REPUTATIONThe

.: two'jcrea of tomatoes and one S. Jostrom;nine acres. E. T. KING: ORANGE RIPQK.

re!.of' .Irish potatoes. S. M. Wright three acres. Has 26 acres, located about one mile It is scarcely a year since the first Ideal. Brands Have These.

.t W. A. COOK John Wallace, 4} acrea. attempt was made to break ground at .
: below the postoffice, upon which be Then why pay $35 and $40 per ton' when you can get a
: T* There A. Johnson, four acres. Orange Ridge for the cultivation of
., BtieJust recently purchased what is has seven acres cleared. He has some
A. citrus fruits since strictly high grade, reliable Fertilizer at the following-prices ?
'i know n/to our readers as the Pinder Larson two acres. orange trees, mangoes, pears, del, yet 80 days the
i O. C. I. Carlson, two acres. writer ate both kid-glove and qum IDEAL FRUIT AND VINK.... PER TON
-/Tana;adjoining O. H.Ible's place on growing. Mr. King will cultivate five
IDEAL POTATO MAN UtB..... $:RI PER TON __
a
N.-A. nine and at. this .
:; north Carlson acres. quats grown ripened point.It .
MM
of which he
J > ,out proposes to acres of tomatoes. IDEAL..YEOETABLE MANURE.$.'>> PER TOK
) make,a nursery on an extensive scale A. Andrean, five acres.. :B. s. KING: is claimed by those who bave purchased iDEAL FERTILIZER (for all crop*) ..$il PER TON

t'as rapidly as possible. Mr. Cook is anjM L. Timm,two acres. lands here for the cultivation of IDEAL BLOOD, BONE AND POTASH. ... ...... ...t 25 PER TOJ -
Lewis and Wm. Norton, 20 acres. Has 10 acres, with 8) acres cleared, ad- citrus fruits that this section is best SPECIAL MIXTURE NO. i..$'l5 PER TOM J
and of
orange- ience:grower been nurseryman in the bUAI- W. W. Killam, four acres. joining the abpve place, upon whichhe adapted of any portion of the Bay CORN FERTILIZER ...$JO PER' TON .
having
All Fertilizer Material at Lowest Mal ket Prices. .,-
has and miscellaneous lot
a
- C. P. Carlson oranges Of this
two acres. country. we can not We
say
r almost.; continuously since 1868. Auk for oar book, "Why We Make \Ux Ideal Fertilizers':"
J. "T. Wofford 10 of tropical fruit trees growing. He note that the are look-
acres. young groves
'1.. ,.t u-p.; re at Orange Ridge where
*
:;,he also set but"proves for Messrs. Mo Wm. McRea, five acres. is growing 2) acres of tomatoes. healthy and growing rapidly ; Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer. Company! ,.

Donald H. and A. Geiges, six acres. O. L. HARDORAVE Adam Corell owns 20.: acres of fine J JACKSONVILLE FLA. ; ,
&;;Rtley, Adam Corell, F. I. '
J. P. Owens, fire acres. Has five acres prettily located land. He has already cleared five acres Pie's Foot Brand Blood and Bone, $17 per Inn.
"WiggloeJ. Frederick I.
.J S. and W. very
<. Damaraland Guano, the Ideal Tobacco Fertilizer\ $44 per ton.
i.LewU-r'We found his place to be one just west of the railroad, two acres of and has set out 600 orange and grape- 1

,,Woplcal-.grandeurwith 1,000.trees of AT XODILO. which is cleared. He has cocoanut fruit trees. C. G. PHILIPS AGENT. A rI7tllfl.
At this thriving and beautiful little J. A. McDonald owns 20 acres of -
"Different: ,varieties already growing trees, guavas, etc., growing and intends f
'. besides,about two acres of Porto Rico village we found every one busy with making a fine place. We also land. He also has set out, with J. B. q MIAMI. FLA.E.A.WADDELL. . -

..neapples. In the way,of vegetables their crops. Although the crop here found here one-half acre of pineapples Reilly, 1,000 orange trees; 700 of the .

Mr.'Cook will' .cultivate five acres oft will not be as extensive as at some of growing and the cultivation of 1} trees were set out by W. A. Cook last .
; I the other settlements of-the February. They are looking fine.The
iatoes, one acre of peppers and one- county acres of beans. .
the. prospects favorable for others were set out in September last. "
a large
"':|iltf acre of eggplants. ire J. N. BRADLEY Miami City and County\ ," '
-,.-.jjf" yield. .The following is the acreage W. A. Cook owns 20 acres of land at '
,-' :.... ,o. M. INGALLs : Has 10 acres of land beautifully located -
....... :' which will be cultivated: the Ridge. He also has set out 176 Real
J. Estate Bureau
d'just which is all cleared. He will
16 acres of across the I James Paulson, 12 acres of ,tomatoes. beautiful orange trees; several of
: '.turn; .Mr. CooVs place-Vboal 11iei'of I Fred Shaw, five acres of'tomatoes. make a crop of five acres of different them are bearing. tie picked over 100 1 .
1 kinds of vegetables. A select list of Bay BiSf".ayne.propt'rty Lots Fruit
Ee'hwing
which is
; : prairie. Hance Johnson seven acres of tomatoes kumquats from a tree that he set out and Vegetable tracts of all sizes for investments. .
.:, I f;'POP his pine land aboaJWo; >j 1 sad two acres of beans. A. j. WALLACE on the 31st day of last December. Mr

. 'ee..r,:.JOUDI"pan trees. I neoo- Joe Bell, 1| acres of tomatoes and Has a pretty home upon the banks of Cook contemplates setting out several Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands on West Coast. ,\ t:

P",',litctioo 'with his sod and Homer,I one-half acre of beans. of the river just across from the post- hundred orange trees in the spring. For correspondence+ enclose stamps.; 1 .

.swill j pot in a crop of flee acre*of to- Eskel&on & Clark, three acres of tomatoes office. He also has 12 acres about one W. J. Lewis owns 10 acres of land AGENT FOR--- .

5es' on his place and five acres ofitet one acre of Irish potatoes and mile up the.river, upori which he has with a fine young orange grove set by -
ARMOUR & CO. AIHMOTER! WIND MILLS;
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) one"acre of eggplants and< four acres of beans. Mr. Clark himself four acres cleared. Here we found W. A. Cook last August. The trees 111. ,
Fertilizers 111. Cbicago tnl
Chicago, ,
plre; acre of peppers at Little River and will cultivate three acres of toma- about 60 orange trees, 100 dozen pine- are looking fine. Mr. Lewis will ex-:

."- Ben*-acres of tomatoes on Biscayne toes. apples, limp, quavas,. sapodillas, alligators tend his grove. -17-tf.U.m Avenue D, over Bin, MIAMI, FLA. .

e':,. ,} .ti.ti. J. S. Crane, six acres of tomatoes.R. etc., growing. Mr. Wallace Next is E. L. Morse. Mr. Morse

..; 8. BBCSIXt Crane, two acres of tomatoes. will cultivate three acres of tomatoes, owns 10 acres. He also baa set out 280 .

Ji.,_ ort l-Dg the farm ot B. C. Finder r5'jolningthe Cearles Chambers, one acre of toma- one acre of beans and one-half acre of fine orange trees, as well as quite a 1J: : :E.I.

old Finder Farm on the toes and one acre of beans.B. onions here, and three acres of toma- number of other fruit trees. He will .

Here we found .a nice lot of .J.Sherrard,two.acres of tomatoes. toes on Brickel land. continue planting trees until be com- Distilled Water Orders Promptly Filled.

_po. and alligator pear trees grow- S. E. James, two acres of tomatoes. WM. MARSHALL pletes Frank the Wiggin 10 acres has a beautiful little w ,

>'.1. ,Xr. Finder'ha J just received the Ed Hill, two acres of tomatoes.J. Also has a very prettily located home orange grove just wet and adjoining Miami Ice Co. Forest Lake Mgr.
.Randolph three acres of tomatoes. E. L. Morse. Mr. Wiggin owns the ,
across from the postoffice, besides 10 . .
.* finest young grove we have seen in 1h"....'
acreS of rich land up the river just east Dade county for year-old grove. He
,:WcXCook., There is being cultivated OJUL
of the land of Mr. Wallace, which be will extend bis grove this winter.S. .
,. on the- place five',acres.of tomatoes. At Ojos. (Big Snake Creek) six intends clearing and setting out to R. Frederick, just opposite and FIRE FIREflRE! -
..t :f r months ago there was only the water east of.Corell's. lot, has also set out a
fruit ;
"I "** .OQMUSCATJnE nATJUZ. tank and section buildings. Now trees principally oranges, as small orange grove. His trees are

aidthe: homes surrounding,Bit; there is a thriving settlement, two rapidly as possible. Mr. Marshall will looking fine. He owns 10acres of land DLjOOIS. OTTT -
cultivate on land belonging to W. R. here and has set quite 'a number of .
_ syne,:prairie, we ndJ thVfolo WtlSg stores and a school recently established .
such
fruit trees as and
pear,
Bracknell one-half of }mango \
cucumbers
acre I
Mad'being workednpon;:thee'. ,with 15 scholars.. The people ,, other rees. Mr. Frederick will extend : INSURANCE.Don't '
Ptapirthe-cropbeing'atoesexespt I ; -. here are badly in need ,of a\ station 1} acres of tomatoes and one-fourth his orange grove next spring. .

:. when othenfisespecifled: ; house ot some kind, as al fertilizer. acre of The METROPOLIS last week over fet frightened. Thli is Imply *timely reminder to place om..
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\ peppers.w. JOTCZ looked three acres of tomatoes being Insurance on your Buildings Stocks, HouMbvhl Furniture, etc. ), ?!
"' ...Pe Jt.: -I'f and'other freight is thrown out with- B., in the Place your Insurance in the i !
.i! .11.' :''' ; pat on Wagner prairie, Just v Y f:
vos.'F: terst..12.tcre .T__'.j'yrm -' out anything as a shelter. Here we Has. seven acres one-half 'm'lIe up the west of the city, by Praut & McMur- British America Western Insurance Co. 4i
1 I.Teters, thrw acres. found a large acreage being cultivated, south fork of the river, six acres.of ray. or Imperial xt

. eon Bros., one acre,"besides 12 which is tomatoes I unless- otherwise which is cleared. Mr.Joyce will cultivate W. H. Mitchell will cultivate five t j
of tomatoes Ala attah Prairieon W. M. FEATHERLY
acres on
which worked the specified in this report.. three of tomatoes AGENT.
1?> are being by acres and one- a 20-acre tract.which. be purchased '
i.r.. LighUey Harrison: seven-acres. half.acre of beans. this week. .OfflM ova InWi Grocery, comer rah street and Arcane D;, MIAMI. ',' = .,r .

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r PETITION FOR LICENSE.To r; =-- For :Said or Bent -I i-i H., : M. KING

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.. A WHEEL STOKY.f and wont, lUll] I lieliete if I had tiiothuited the Uimonhle ltnir lo(Count)'Commissioners. II Ulllt'.1 t'all: of 1U lu'rto".lli land ,

c; .. .'J ----c to her that. I sometimes lte<'anufatigued > of Diile: ('ummy 1 HorulaLKTt : l ISatrtiimli'r initiation t about, IA\CI I ,
.EMK : I DI j It's from Mi.iim i:i on the oiilh side or I ,

.r Jlie professions f I DV O. K. CI11MA\SK\". Hut,, sheotild she did hate !been and going I. the ulI.II'r.iIIt"II'; H. knot t,<.t iieral HIIJHIintfUilent "- Miami; TIM'r. I llunxnnil. oiithuiliiinOrange. ", .

jet finally stop in wishing tn ....U 1I'\lu.r"| winesin<1I."t'r 1 : l 'imni., I lime i :tlli\lur'p.trand I I i: : :

"No this is !sheer eshauM iou, I 'fell to the roadside. I In Hutioii: l 1t1..ln.1 I N7 ..C Di.l fount*, j I other fn.it", I I ln<|iiirf I of or add res x I ;
not The of her firatattempt
story ami \\h1 I h.ul tune1 to reeoxer my !Mate of 1<'I..rl.la. h..rrli) at'II'y( | t It i>our I isstisrsii-:, l i: W. .1.h siine'-t| 'fropn';il I I.:unl ..\gI'tIs'3-. ,

fr to ride but is my story, of an breath 1 .iud] look alxiut us I found wt testy! In ::rant liii the right I.. s -ll jtueh liquorswines I'Ot'U:1111111r"( ; \e. Mi' :,--U-t'l! ;-

attempt to teach her to n U'. were nvuout in the country', nil) I. :iiul ll..er l In sailIt't. \ .. ilirtrii, :\11.1 I weura J I

"She was a a\\eet II !!\t'r.1UI tint least three miles from home. Mie sit )' \onr hi.nsrsI'Ie. : \1..1)\ \li, > ir:inline A |,,'rnut |

? OKO.K. ROBBINS. WALTKK s. GRAHAM madden a sweet sister of olio. Jones'' down at the roiulsid, little way fiomm I I tn mike; !sih'h sales : FOR SALE !

BOBBINS & GRAHAM co., when she came to me one t.I1i1Ig justus '. Thou she t ilKed.'She li'-qs--t: | fully. Funeral Director -'

: old Sol wa. hulinjr his fire-rt-rl" \-.u>i e ih I II.: KM>TT. (1e'Ii.: ::01111'1.| t tIKitetl I I .
: .1 i tat-I iix| >n I the beauties I of and Embalmer
- AT LAW. buck of the trees in the fur \\t."t. uixl I July 1:>t1t, IH Bvliut II. Keill: ). Agitsi.I . -
ATTORNEYS I the MimuHr.s t"H'lIill.g'', I the inulti I -<'ol Perurnl _
asked me in an entrancing npolopetioway \\e, I tin- uinlfriixiif, ; \I..ill:! :a in ijorll) oflli I .- i Attentionw
rcd of I lie I tret' tJie irnde ceutcloml Improved Property.I III lie Kit" PK to all. -
*111 practice IB all eourti State end Federal if I wouldn't assist her in her bicycle ( f..iiagm' s *> registered} %
fip eI&I('aeUitiea for ei mtulng end perfecting whuh looked like rare jewels! I Datlt' Cnuiit), Horii-iil.| .1.) in.ixt [.-....1'1 full> nxitur .\n elegant Heart will be -: -
t Mnd TItlei. We have the only complete' practice 'as Urothnr Jolui has a I :;; AChF-s.< : all ;partUllv Imprort-il lierc at air earl date. '
Lbttrtct boob South bade county liming HI I tlie \\osUrn skies a.s the rays In the abmrapplii- IIUMI. ami ink. that a soil jr : -
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coverlnf and can't l I'r| lie in r''s mi li> < itrii* fruit trees
r and receive dally reports from the Clerk 01the pressing enpapement ht.Ith of the now <>1>"455 red 1<;1111 east uiilescrilialvle lint Ix'Krautetl:; is |ira>,'.i for :I1I.lllIalt"I : lin: 'ji&iiel I ollnr Ir..t.w, will started to growing Osts-v. IS MarRopoass BUILDISO. -"
Circuit Court at Juno ihowluc all land me, and anuohe ijso, glittering tints over them. Hut ix'titioii aC'r June Klh,' 1K' in n' -
tntntUrt All the certified Abstracts of Title more about bicyclingthan he k' .' "111'1.1| k..1 with bal h. well" and __
: for South Dade county are made at our Miami ( $ |ioor me, inliodj' and miuil were racked ,' vtitli! Chal.h-r| :.">o (No. :lIiI..C;) the I basis | < t ii'rn stir i.oihl( ham, Improved \ -
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"Say. just then I could Jun' I : :
office buggs.iiJohn with I I ]pI1)). illHll.1itl I not appreciate our lit i"lorIiiS.: > IIH-Ut"n liiiiii-. itnl sillier tiut IIOIIKOHIIH _
MIAMI, DADE CO., FLORIDA. JOtW and his sister, too. for that .1 A DoluiM. .1 Inolt UiillMrkail t'In""_\ I itnl !J. in ill H Ionlllh-we..t of ,t'ot'Oa- C.
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"urrtm.lings.fl.'r\ tln' fall I then the nut ( ni\'>' "n _iasl| n'''.1. P<'nnol )houseoiu CONE
matter, hut John was not thereunl as uniisUllenise.. inusoU and l> Cti.grevt- \\ilIssirtV W Maiiulilin I I IKOH E 'lunrit'r of mile! from pliue doixl ,

SANDKRS H. F. ATKINSON for his rtstereil I did) not 111\r('. e\ejj I :in, (;lias, I H M..irlli), l<; \\ Mnssnialio i.hlorlioiHlTHN. . _
JAfl T. mien\ in rn\- l" xlvseviiKHl to tingle with .'iI'I!h!F-:.. : ... in citrus fruit .
"Miss[ Jones bed 1 U"' n the >os8 'ssor <>f (.,- A U..bhlll. V h: :Nil/,'r, J J UrilikrrholT, MMi I .1> res Blacksmith and '
j Iris--. \\.11 I "I'trl.,1. two hamm'k
& ATKINSON dt..1 tric clunks I I alxmt done HI reit
SANDERS a bicycle about thiee days., ansi] as w ., w adjust -IKinal.l, *; It H..hh.! Ii.i, .I I \\allure. Ins' I K )u.4 lilt oI toxvii, ri'nily l (..r trre-t I'si kipg ,
wended our side UI|> .mil wlu-u I would)' think of there- .\hrllulC. loe! \\inton, .\ L Alli-n... I> F kerwln, I t hess-i' <.INM| will, wajside to her
; ATTORNEYS bj t urll journey mj' heart would nearly I K II Harttr., l>i\e ti.-lils\ ('lias t' (arr, I I' M I . I thru iniiiiiteh'" wnlk from-sch M l lIIOIIM l-
home to get the steed of f'tN 1 she informed Oil I.IUHI r<>...Ji Hint in good nelghr WheelwrightJCarriage < -
AT LAW I IM IIII(| from i its! isa-I nraI and l>est location \\all\"I' C \\11"on..I.1 I I Jlall. :M .J Rivin. I'M l.orh..1.l -
AND COUNCELORS : me that Fhe, <
t
was
dump 'jJl ;
l I' ,cry' !breath I I took I seemed to be Kisan JohiiTliorutini. 1C II I lletrn C S NiliUi For ['"rtu'III..,. 1I1..ly| l to

Office In Belcber'i Brick Building lovely. And she also ventured the rt. drawing lin ""v chunks of !solid' air into I bleary ('('l'llt'n| >r. E J :\l:isters. Jv f only, C W I F. S. MORSE

MIAMI, FLORIDAQEO. .. marks that she actually helit>\.tJ she I Imitrs uihUad of the .anlner, Cuss I'al..r..n.rlhllr, Hill (his \ Baggy and'agon\ Repair Shop.
lily pure, country over tint untie! MIAMI. .'1..rl. .. ..
could ride \
alone. only she pot so terribly I mark), I) L .Ionian. Arthur (l'm'f'II. M Jatlt..wCalhouli. .
I !lijcI5
atmosphere % was actually taking -
A. WORLEY, frightened. i into Ill_\" system; \. 1 was I tired sore II >v Russell dns X mirki I lot'''isKl .. A. F. LANG, All work neatly, promptly and substantially - _': ,
"When we arrived at \fiss!' Jones' home lil (tilts X mark), IW-rrx Hurst (this X mark: ). "

ATTORNEY AT LAW. she excused herself for a few minutes : mil i disgusted with e\erjthing even } \\" Hahn. J Mowfiis. \\' II I liiiblijis| (" F Stia: | :;.l''Jrn-LIC:: t",,"' IM'OlMT GROVE. FLA. I done&,-111..r..m.and.satisfaction' gin .

General practice In State and Federal Courts: saying she wished to don $n appropriate e I with_ the mnulen at mj side whom I man C Minn: I.N; II.trlf, I' \\ Briil.>, t: !S'ilsoii : -

All business entrusted will receive prompt at. costume, and when she emerged from now thought. one of the ugliest, mont \\ ,T <; I Kjan.: : II "I'lttniiii. .I \\illiinis, ('

tention. th house uninteresting persons! it had been jnjinIsfortune II hIss Io'r'loll. Jas O Williams, \\ \\ P.i'iiili| | ,
for Germanic Life Insurance Co. a little later clad in a neatfitting -
""' Agent to meet. I WIl J F DeBerr, S I I. 1.\II..t..II.,, L.i.iisVolfe.l.iii.ir..
kinds of life policies written. !! thinking,
of New York. All garb of the bloomer tn>e ani 1 TOWNLEBROS.
Office Browns Building'". D and nth St. [ thinking dt'l'l.Jy| ] ; thinking home things CohenUordon K Rrnotne. (' \\ (.irilnt-r. i IJ I-; l II
leading a diamond-frame machine whit '
MIAMI FLORIDA. .\ I would not tlaiv think .iloucL, when I >eB -rr)', GISt \\' Uimt J II: I.inumns, Win .Louc, '

simply took m.> breath aw u. OJi.. ] R E Chafer, J J Dkfs, \\' L .raileck Krt-.l VDQUAIITEIW FOR -
was
suddenj brought to
but she looked chipper chic and debonair mj senses by Hand lI..nry(.hlo ruan. F: Mer >
5' GEO. W. ALLEN, and mj heart was at once mut mj' fair' ompaiiioii, l sa\'illg'Well.I'm II .I Jackson.( II UHtnrik .I .\\iuj-ite, II C: Stationary and Blank Books.
reailj S ten with her though I always' had a |Ie; Bailey, \ Chute A Corell A L Know. lionaili

ATTORNEY AT LAW, culiarly sympathetic feelingfor her at once arose and graliet up that Jenkins! >t>nUl" :MolTord, (' T MrC'ruumon, II S -

She certainly was the most l beautiful wlwei 1. Of eourse, liefore! I could start Cress! R K: Brown W M FsatIi.'rl Jas, kinerhis Specialty made of the very -

Will Practice In all Courts State and Federal. and sweet morsel of femininity it had tier homeward it wss first neoebsarj to < \ mark i. Jerry Hewell, Dave (ireen I his Finest Lines,; of Stationery. -- : -

; been my pleasure to : Then' get her on to the bit\eJe, and I trero X mark), E C Gray, Lou \\illiiins (his X mark)I. -

KEY WEST, FLORIDA. doubt gaze upon bled as I thought the task before me. M T Mitchell Henry Jones (his \ mark*, KDer: i The Finest COLD DRINK
was no about thi, this les< This I d J Cnnnineham Andren Tlilgpen i Simon -
; would be extremely interesting There : lime brae* myself against a rop .
& BROOKE feincand held that Bunn (his! X mark), \\' J Harrington.;: Frank _
wheel like
onto
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SCOTT would be no skirts to ] in Medicines Chemicals Toilet :
get entangled and
death and Tierce, Frank Hawkins this X nnrk) JUnips jp. j-
when Miss
the wheels and chain and grimisaged ,
to bother her Harris (hiM X mark E D J S Chase W
) Mallo, ,
LAW Goods
ATTORNEYS AT in her awkward manipulations of the JOIMW l hoarded it in really artistic style E Caruthers! I'C Hainlin, Benjamin llotK. r1"1' I Fanny; Cigars and Tobaccos at 1-

NOTARY PUBLIC IN OFFICE. came, and the: time spent in teachingher I was greatlyjsleasetl.1 I started her off Scott (his X mark I.Tom Weldon\ (his X In"uk' i I. wholesale.

:- Win practice In all State and Federal Court to properly manege the steed would g>*nti,> and then took hold of the saddle John Toney (Ihis X mark)I. Jessie Wilson T !to; -

Collections OFFICE OTKK promptly BAXK attended or BAY to. BISCATKK surely] be just MJ long a time of un again, prepared to trot houitt back of Savage, II Robinson, \\' T HestiiiRton, \t W.I I rr.FCareful Preparation. of Prescriptions. -:.- -- --.

MIAMI, FLORIDA. alloyed pleasure. the ,young lad' like a dog- following its 1'rout L E Hill C II Latimer (his X mark)I. .W : _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _.- S'l-tf.I.f. i- -

- "Miss Jones! and I walked to a street master. I was congratuJating1 n\jself \v Snell H B Register! Nelson Pierre< C Ii(Cudca

seldom traveled after sundown and the upon| the little trouble experienced in bat'k.O' E Jojner.CC Cuttrell D J impton.; -
MAX AUSCHWITZ : .
C MILLS FOWLER, M. D., walk over the intervening thoroughfares getting her started when the front J P rage Fletcher Durham (his X mark)I. \\alivr -i
S Graham J H 3)'eL E Tasker Lester
win-el of the bicycle began to wobble .
was an exceedingly short oneV i. .
HOMCEOPATHIST. arrived at our destination. The first and eluig! went the off handle bar in'toIi Graner.llarry, Jonlaii TJ Hmson tl \\ Ilin PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER
$ & JEWELER J
son Louis Becker A J Lassiier Michael Me r3D
fence Lnekilx. I was on theopposite :
CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY.OrncB thing was to show her how to mount Gougli J U Zelgler, J I) \\all.r J ]> \\hite,
l and this was a stunner. I had assisted s.'le; of the wheel" and pulling terrifically .
AT FOKT Duu.I Chas C Culpepper, James l'rlt..har.l, 1C Fasliaw,
MIAMI FLORIDA. many young ladies in their efforts to ...t the nigh handle bar I got it and its E: C Lainer, G B SIR II I. F I' Currier. W T Tabor ..A.Ten ue :h/.L ., FJ.A... -

master the bicycle but all of them rode burden aguin perjiendiculai} This time J I Titfnage J 8 Sumerlhi Jesse Bell J r.1"Cul- Vi7-h 'ItmE3CEFEE -

: drop frame machines and they all wore I asked her if she were injured, and lam J R Letters C M Greer \\ It %HWeUherl: - -

JJR. J. II. JACKSON, JR., Ikim. This case was far different. showIng me an nw.ful-Iy bruised hand, L C Outer W L Jiyner, .I H Hro\\ti', E T \Villiahison : S E.A :

However I got on and off the wheel !she' bravely replied 'a little but it's im W O Coats, A P. Wpaern W enable ., ,- ,-

4 OFTICl. using the step, 'man-fashion,' and explained material.' Why, the skin was scraped James U Williams, Joseph Ox"i...r, Seisti r ijne, HOTEL MIAMI BLOCK. - jMSI

off the whole side of her but Allen Stokes Xelson Horton Y F GrayVil-
to her in detail (succeed- hand, she ,- ;
D. every Ham H Baldwin, E D Rielly D R Murdilnson, |
HOTEL BISCAYNE BLOCK AVE.
ing movement. Then :Miss Jones triedit. bore it like a heroine. And .right here J n Johnson JCBrao.S _V Bravo Salw. <,rif I FRESHHEBREAD- .
First I ] I wish to that I began to think C
say justa
firmly grasped: the handlebar .
_ : MIAMI FLORIDA. fin, J M Graham S R Anderson, L J hails I
with one hand holding the framein wee little bit more of Miss[ Jones than Richard. Flojd, Lee \\ilUamj, J inies Arnold ROLLS. BUNS.,.CAKES, PIES. EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS. -

front of the saddle with the other. I had while we w ere sitting. at the roadside John Wiggins, H E Tuttle, (Gary: fcCut'n.G 5-3-tf-h.l".m: L. CE Froprletor. -

,.: R. H. HUDDLESTON, M. D., Miss Jones reached over my arm took a way back. A Vorley. D\VMerntr. W O IVIVrry, A NTownley ___ '-:-

hold of the grips put her right foot on "Once again she started homeward Charles Conrley' B S Irons. D t -

: GRADUATE RUSH MEDICAL COLLEGE the step, made Junge for the saddle and by the way she pumped and pushed Browne R R Taylor H Y Serucg,Op.> HDnken, DELIVERY AND HHIPMKNT8PHOMFfLY .. '

\ I CHICAGO. and kerflop, we both landed on! the those pedals I know she was> mad about E: B Douglas Wash Singkton John B Thomas, \ ATTENDED TO. .5'

C and 12th street. hard road. I was underneath the that accident and na,she gained speed, Nat Henderson G Bspivej J i.inttn, .1 TAlbrltton
Office corner vtnu. I W R Lee W 11 Pent, J S Warner,
Omci HotTH-B a. m to IS m. and i to e p. m. I also began to rpaIie that my powers of ICE EVERY DAY1-!
Mark Richardson \V B Lewis F Wharton,
MIAMI, FLORIDA. wheel made up the second layer of the! endurance. would give out ere long, unless -
.- J G Pope, Forrest Lake L T Pine. W B Spiers,
pile while Miss Jones eat, not too she reduced her miit At last I had '-. ,_
I Fred Furs, Distilled Artesian Water d. _
Max Auschwitz, C ) Cameron Dlekesson ns <. ": ..
:: p.SKAGGS.U.D., gently, on top of the whole. I thoughtone to give up hut. I said not.hing to her. I lames Woods, Tlios Mitceell%, C II Bradley L I H Address mail orders to LAKE WORTH ICE COMPANY, : ,. .: .. ;...

of the handle] bars had punctured I let her euideon homeward- I thoughtshe Hay, P B NetUon,C C Scott, A J P.srley" r L Miami Flu., or call in person at warehouse, on.A.venue D."J.. ., 1

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. my side and that I was swallowing a would soon notioo my absence and Dorothy II F Hlnson Wm Arthur JUly Johnson (f e175miiitn -i- '_ &. '

i hetrogenous mass of bicycle .a-pokee then would either dismount or fall off, I C K Low C E Soott W Miller John Fro- -- - -- ---------- .': ./ ;0-' + ....

-, From Office Miami p. m.to Drag 8 o'clock Store.. m. good solid clay and rubber tires. Miss cared not which. Butshe went on and I 1 hock W P Ilatcliett.T t Townley Jessie Bm THE NEW PLATINO STYLE. ;..7 ;

JOUM did off the at all but J R Glitman Jaro:> l\lIddlt.t.rooks. H L Hi'gr, ; -
; at residence, OocvaantOroTe. not get heap .gradually. lost sight of her in the darkness '

MIAMI, FLORIDA. sat there half sobbing half ]laughing, that was growing upon the face of A Willis T G h tashley, G H Kent I K Hargro. PHOTO'S Enlarging. Tintypes. tf_
Pereis Frederick S Morse J _V Cani- U I
Oautier
and said she hoped I was not injured, the earth. I was glad that she had gone Kodak finished and all ,
there Fred Ratter J Martin, G M I MrLendon pictures r
ENLOE D. D. 8. that she was 10' sorry, etc. With an and I leisurely! climbed upon a rail fenceat 1j
: QILLlflPIB Geo B Barker J D Johns Louis Gnerro. R :'I! .
almost herculanean effort I rolled from .- work finished "up to datett.at ,
there meditat- -
the roadside and eat I '
Saunders, G A Hay, L H Gear T J Jones, L L : -S. :...
under the wheel and its .
CROWN & BRIDGE WORK my position ing. I was mad clear' through and the Elklll!!, C II Cased!, Edward Brinkerhoff R M I FRED HAND'S GALLERY AVENUE D. ONE BLOCK WEST OF ,: 1.
fair, but heavy burden, and after pullIng more meditated the angrier I g-ot. But Smith C Rooney J E Dickson J P Toms, E ItForssell CATHOLIC HURCH. 1

Mad a Specialty. myself together gave Miss Jones at. last it dawned upon me that it wasj Jesse Mayse this X mark), Fred'j H83m-h.f-m '. : ': i
Office Hoars: a. m.to 5 m -Office in Bel -
p.
my hand and helped her to her feet. I be sitting Brinkerhoff, Anderson! )Mick: H F ( Chestnut : :
cher's Brick Block corner AT.D and I&tn Bt. not the proper thing for me to -- --- -- -- ----------- --r- .' !

inquired If she were hurt but she re fence and leave a Lewis Strand Harry Adams! Chas Perjiall '
MIAMI, FLORIDA. upon a wayside 13LA"I'INO OnAC: G -It,.& -- .
joicingly informed me that she came young lady to take her own way home Sames Welch >\ L Torbet. Jack nuth, Gen n'l : # .g-

: out unscathed and was ready for an after nightfall Horror horrors! sun- Morton C \ "Flower J F Ketnett T'C Hampton FRED RUTTER A: -

JJRRE.CHAJER, other triaL W H Vanghn,John Woodward F S abate .
she had fallen from her bicycleand .
pose John Omweg, Aaron Jones! (his X mark>I. Becker : .
DENTIST. **I wa not much injured-no-but. at this very instant was lying in Gren..era1: C::: Dt '." : ,,:
Lewis, George Griffin B M Smith W F Pope, : : ao or.n- :
had '
whatever thoughts I had of spending -
road with broken
the possibly a leg D J Rddabaugh, D C VrwIenburK. John -

Office la KanlersoB Block, northeast corner of aa enjoyable evening were rudely or injured in some other WilY so as to be ney Richard Grnloek F W H<-Bri D and 18th street.
: Avenue dispelled from my mind fro, I was not unable to move. Suppose a team of I Flanagan Samuel Sands: J E: Kelley, Hal Man : f d3st.Iisrs; : Dynamite, :Fuse, ansi Electric Caps always on hand. .. _
"
; MIAML FLOIRDA. Injured, but I could almost] swear that spirited horse were approaching and f tug (his X mark) Gad King (his X mark), .PUelleudorff .t f.: .

&D one of the pedals of that machine had the driver, roiild, not see that prostrate H Poland. John Mo W), u G 1.-

: cut .out a few square inches of my shin Philips. John B Goodman W 11 GlrtuUn! Hol.t ,
8. FREDERICK, form and ran: over it. Ugh! the very The climate of the East Coast Florida, .- c.
JOHN bone and ,I imagined I could feel it thought made my blood run cold. I J MathersTJ W Benson Christian ', A

CIVIL ENGINEER dangling about my ankle. I was aim jumped from the fence and started in Dewey M H Wadsworth. Will PattorV Ris X is nearer perfection,' than that of aDJf-

mark), Chas Chat man. Henry Owens this X
of the fact that there eralnonrepairable
aware were set
the direction in which :Miss Jones hadgona
AND SURVEYOR. mark), Z W trlckswin, P T Winch () F Ditls; other place on earth. 4 .
] in trousers
I punctures my walked .
I 1 but
along slowly as R T Stephenson' C P" Rasaii: Jas K Vomslvsorth y -

': Votarr Public for State at Large. Particular and that my anatomy was bruised more horrible possibilities came to my Joe White J A WrIght B J Harrington Attention given to Sub-DlTtdlog Large Tract' and sore in more places than I could '.
Office oo aoth) Street.South aide near Are. D. i mind I ,'pnt.'fMtr until at. last I was mark). Frank Spanish G G-Grandberrj" Ceo IIGrf't'n.
<
-MIAMI. FLORIDA. enumerate in a three-page article. I running as fast as I(could but even thenI B J Coswell. Jas D Brown Philip( Bow-

"To tell the truth I "was not at all thought I was going at a snail's pace. man (his X mark), AD Owens. Abram R Kelly. -
-
XRONOWITTEB, anxious to continue the demoralizing Half a dozen times I imagined I saw J E Rogers, Landon Blaekgtone (his X mark), I -I t

JOHN lesson, as I was sure that this expert Miss Jones on the ground ahead of me Raymond Patton Frank Reynolds, I Aikens -

TAILOR. Sued would be the death of me but I but always found it to be but a hallucination T II Mingo.Robert fluffing, Robert Brown [his nifi4 ,

wouldn't for an instant think of tailing of my wild and disordered brain.I X mark]. Andrew Jackson [his X mark], W I D -

Over is years perteDM. fair that I had to Bascombe Free Coon,Jas billiaon., DBMal>ery, -
my companion did reach town and because I
Pun Stock>> of Samples of all Latest Wearaa. finally Mack Richardson N G Bell, II J Jackson Chas

Shop in Bcleher'B Brick Building. give up. bad not found Miss Jones I 1)ing-on the Henry W L Plttman,John Stevens. pph 1D

)[LUU, FLORIDA. "No! she should) be the first to say i lI road in a pool of blood I was sure that Dairy, Silas Austin, S KchnelJman, J Srnneld; j4S

was time to postpone the practice until she had been spirited away"or. kid- man, Geo II Johnson Alf Davis, C Castellan ; I

H. RICHMOND another day. I was in hopes the wheel napped."I V J Flury R D Glad win, Monroe Dorse)'. W R

s. was io each condition, after the hard rushed to the home of her parents. Harney Geo Bid well, II F Atkinson John Kro- *fl

fall that it would be impossible to use Her brother nowltter, J J Hard [ibis X mark}, !Saulalkrr! ."
John was sitting the
.on b OrnonZt
1. REAL ESTATE. Its but outside of a few scratches, it J \\' Murphy, J H Clorey [his X mark], F A : I :
porch smoking a horribly rank stogy I
came out of the tumble as did its owner and when I excitedly asked him where Root Peter. F Xeloii Gee Williams, J \\' John ,

: ,,. SURVEYOR AND DRAUHTSMAN. -not in the least damaged. won. Geo A Hay Chas Cone J R lvwe), H M
: .> : \ his sister washy looked at me as thoughbe King. Chas Carroll: H J Anlliony E h: \ aill. Pa1meach '

: 'i; CUTLER, DADE' CO., FLORIDA. "Well, we tried the mounting busi- considered me a lunatic. I implored II A Braddock. P H Lee, s W Douglass, Chas IIGartbslde. :

ness over again, and this time I was him to tell me, for. the love he bore his ,A E Boyne.
for the shock and ehe did land
'WRS. W. E. MARCH prepared: sister. APPLICANT U
the saddle most' AfterI
on beautifully. STATE OF FLORIDA i -
"He looked at me again, then slowly
TXAOHZS TUB PluG, had balanced the seemingly 'uncontrollable DADE COUNTS. (
turned his eyes toward the side of the
; OBOAJT, .Gurus AHS MAHDOLIH. wheel and told her get ready Before me the subscriber prfsonilly came \; .
house. followed and
My eyes his thereMiss John B Re illy, Jio being by me dnlji sworn. :
One Klcbt-tlatiac and Beading Leuon each for the start off she said to me that she II:
Jones stood cool] and
collected Knott.lctneru
I H the agent for C U
week free. Cellist d cottage on 14th street east could ride fairly well now that she was sayshe
.. e on and if I would just take. hold
MIAML FLORIDA. how beautiful she: looked. But I fell liquor mentioned in the forl''f' lag application.
.. the back of the saddle and follow ber in
:- to the ground in a dead faint and when and he swears that each and every name or
that she she could pedal
-. ,' way- thought- next I realized I mark affixed to such application was the act
anything was in
.... t, WBS. A. P. CURRY, forward very' welL] I did as she told. my and deed of the person purporting to sign the sad the flnran OmgeCfeeoMit Greees, Piseap J'tsatatI.a- '
m: own room at home with dear mother -'
-,: : MUSICIAN. me and after giving the wheel a slight bedside. my same, and that there was- o. fraud bribery or Grw u4 geUbto F nM ef th. Nntrtrttatarf WCfDLCf :
at I I looked at her
4 my ques.
-T1A0au- PIAHO, OBOAX,. Yioux AJn i push she moved off. Yea, she went. it tioningly and then said: 'Mother, how deception in procuring such signatures or RIVER, LAKE 1TOBTH and BISCATHB BAI
STUDIO. alone all right. All I had to do wax to marks,and that all such signatures and marks '
; GmrA" 2 m.wIz ox weeks have I 'been ill?' SheJookt'd '
.e many ire rescbe4 from JsrksssilWvla'tk. ; -
follow her. At first she_went slowly were obtained after the revision of the regtstra 5
oUege.print elf or in e1ulea. .&PPlt IIf IIUJ1 frightened then answered
.i 4or personal Inter*it w. at what you would call a dog-trot then : lion list in June A.D. 1896. FLORIDA EAST COAST EAILWAT.

.. MIAMI FLORIDA.. she increased her speed. And still all Thy, my dearson you've been here buta Jso. B. RKILLV: I

-- % 11.. I had to do waa to follow her! few hours. _John Jones and his father Sworn to and subscribed before me at Miami, Of :

\ brought Jot here. They said ,jou Florida,this 234 day of November.A. I). IKK.
"As wert .
we > onward
oominjf
p8IAKE' merrily fainted at their bouse. Tell me what i [LSj] R M. SMITH -"

CREEK LAND FOR, SALE. she on the bicycle and I on foot she the trouble i is.* After getting over my Notary Publlc.. tate of Florida -I
----- asked me!! if I didn't think this most
astonishment I told her about awful t
JUaNa Acne High PntHa. my 4'c
-" exhilarating sport. Of course, I said 1wu. it Fancy Pineapple Slips.&' Suckers for
of the evening. She
.. Agres JDp I'iMo experience laughedat -
i -
Then she said she enjoyed it so Sale. A
bI.btI prairie land It Dearly all high me and comforted me but say I tell
,enough tor caltiTattoa without drainage and isvery much that she would continue on this I with thatJohn Jones for Abbakas, Egyptian Queen, Golden -
get even
: rich. The hljn pint land la a fine buUd- same course until shelbecame tired you Porto RICO Smooth
leg apot and quits (react rock.. One mile from I palming his sister off on me that night Queen Cayenne For copy ef VSitlfkl *kMEMt COllIer n rWaw,V*t .tf *CIT
depot post office and achoolhonM. For price when she would dismount,-and after a and Red Spanish. Apply to ..
.. You want t' 'HOW bow I did it? Well Pnla.ular honda 'iii ': .rustle.4r."s,
lteflnlrtil"Mre'i, 'st; we would ret"Tiiho. 'ward MADDOCK 1LHTH.\ s. .
A.. '. R.- _..vb"roOd I I I jr:: i t H.K er from h m, from his "Palm Beach J. a. PlKE .. I tailed and Pinery,
"Wo-II.: trc tted
..u.et'I Avenua a 'rm :L's: father 1 ? ** t .. .
th( man" r, l West Pp'r- ", : :... rna'P. 1. -
Box "S, .iAKl, FLA.
? ed a'ti r hat wb el 1, and : tho' git \I' '
: that's what I did. -Budget. b./f-mo I
:
: 1 I I AUGISTUE!: "LA.I -
never would stop. She went and went .. .
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--- by the peculiar actions of the house SIARKS FROM WIRE CURFEW BILL VET 1m.
wheels are to run STATE OF FLORIDA.SMALL Mayor lgenhelm has vetoed the curfew .
on .
r1 W. )(. Featberlj. C. 0.Till. Featherly. ing backward platforms end forward over ,the ,track i cat, which' was intently eyeing the bill passed by the City Council CSt ? .,.... :" l

will NEWSY ITEMS ABOL i'EVERYTHING f| snake. The little girl Called her ma- TELEGRAPHIC NEWS FROM ALL Louis recently at the instigation. of' ,,:i- ","

MM! METROPOLIS bed on rails, and from them bang IMAOI1ABLE.Clippings I ma's attention, and she, realizing the PARTS OF THE WORLD. Colonel Noaghud, well known all over
huge chains, to which will be attadheJd the country as the friend of the street -
situation at a glance, called for help
oarriages.-.Bofl.on aifs. The mayor says In his veto IIM*- ;' ;
___ monster swinging I -
Published by and the snake was killed. It is in al
; I of Florida Events From Short Stories of the World's Doings sage ,

s The Bay Biacayne Publishing Co. Traveler. C. Our State Exchanges CarefullyCondensed I cobol Star.I at Chaffee's drug store.' -.Florida Told by Telegraph in "This bin legislation partakes of which the character: has, been ofumptuary .'

One of the features of some new for Our Busy Condensed Porns.FLiSHEa generally distasteful for centuries, ando .
.Afim Dade Co., Fla., Nov. 25, 1898. About two since J. H. Wilson, In -'
c dress guards af a novel pattern that Readers. years wblch. common with thousands of ft

out in Coventry, of LaCrosse, Alachua county, ginned good citizens I am, on principle opposes' "'k
been
--- IAn Illinois woman has designed: a have brought consists its a bale of cotton for a farmer of that m South Caro- It is a step backward to the Middle Ages,
of 99 receives $996 as Mr. Grover Cleveland Is I
Eingqaml, for the season Orange county I and Is opposed to the spirit and policy of v
imp1e burglar alarm, in which a clock The cotton was consigned to a hun on his annual shooting expedition.Coin -
place.
in cleverly interweaving the name ofthe portion of the one mill State school our free Institutions, in that It attempts .

mechanism is (fastened to tine wall, to mesh of the network November the attendance commission merchant, and in some Harvey .has opened the campaign to abridge the personal liberties of the .
i for
machine in a tiny tax average on befealf of Democracy at Cincinnati. citizen:." -:
be eet off by cords running to the unaccountable lost in transit.Ir. .
was
colors em- schools during way
The
I of the guard. at the was 1,992 His! nibs. Kaiser William threatens avisit

door, window and transom. When ployed are those usually described as last month. Wilson, who marks and keeps a I to French waters with his Imperial -

\ these entrances are opened, -the clockwork art to the judidvrus harmonizing of Judge John R. Mizell, of Winter complete record of every bale ginnedby yacht BANK FAILED.
Mr. McKinley will honor 'the Atlanta The First National Bank. of EmporK .
cord a lamp
carrying a ignites him undertook to find the cotton.
-i j whidh much attention has been given. Park has recently received an appointment Pence Jubilee with his presence on December Kansas was closed by"order of the Con-

z I sat on a bracket near by. The effect on the machine is to add to an important positionin After over a year's search and much 11th. roller of the Treasury.' An boor later

\ ..s.W .- / considerably to the smartness: of its the postal service in the island of correspondence cotton was foundin The Russian government has made a harles8.. Cross the book's president -
and films can contract for twenty- bree torpedo boat of the best known breeders of
(Photographic plates Provisional protection Porto Rico. He left last week for the good condition in Liverpool, Eng- and one < '
spring appearance. destroyers.The Herefords In the West shot and killed .* "
under ordinary
be wadhed an .
r \., numbered 15,104 has been taken out scene of his future duties. land.-Tallahassean. Cuban Society of Santiago petitions himself at'"SUJU17 Slop" ida famous :

I lever faucet by a new attachment, Lorillard and are President McKlnley for the removalof stock farm. town. .
b y the inventor.A )lr. Pierre party The steamer Crescent of the Beach near
ik consisting of a bailed ray. to! be ans* Indian 'Florida, colored troops.Of Speculation Ia said 'to have led toCross's "' 4

t pended from the lever with an adjust- expected on river, & Miller line, which sank at the Clyde the 14.000 wounded men treated In dow .faU. His fortune hal doubv

able spring yoke, to assist in opening 'western watchmaker has built 'the next month, to take their usual cruisein dock on the night of October 29, has the hospital of Slboney. only eleven died lees gone with the bank. Amoar the-

provided smallest electric motor in the world Mr. Lorillard's palatial yacht Caiman been successfully raised by the Mer.nilStevens A remarkable record. heavy losers by the failure .rs Lyon,.
the! being
1 f the faucet, tray The Washington government baa given
which has been lying up in Eai county and the city of Emporia. An the
cj with: an outlet 'by ,which the amount It is so small that it does not cover a Engineering Company notice chat the evacuation of Cuba must clty>and county funds were :deposited lahe .
since last winter.
of waiter is regulated. silver dime. ,The armature is about'. Gallic creek and was towed to the ship yard at the be completed by January 1st.CaptainGeneral t Institution. Cross was custjdlaa' dhla .
: : \Thefront Cordele has a baker in the personof Blanco says the deepest father's which Is said to be In' "-
_ 1 the aize of a small slate pencil foot of Catherine street this morning, estate -
Charlie Kimball who is said to be sorrow of,his life was In surrendering wrecked condition.
The Dertbin.g( in parasols is avery of the motor is of gold, 'highly where she will be hauled out on the uba with an army of 150,000 men and a

light and airy cover of accordion polished, and the& commutator ''seg worth $50,000 in property at Birming- marine railway and receive repairs. ':2UO guns. -----.

plaited crinkled Persian silk in an allover meats are also of the same metal, so ham, Ala., and Atlanta, but prefersthe She was considerably damaged by The Negro Ministerial Association of JESSIE BCHLET AGAIN. J

1L; figure opalescent tints of every hat viewed from a little distance the life he is living to that of ease and inking, and it will take' several weeksto Allegheny county, Pennaytvana: threatens Miss Jessie Bchley, who went to Spain _
is said be brother of retaliation against the whites of Wilmington of Woman's International
to
He a as a delegate
.
color under the sun. These parasols scarf pin has the: appearance. of a very luxury make the necessary, repairs. The N. C. .
League for Peace, In an effort to brine '
of Atlanta.A.
seem quite simple but are yet quite valuable and rather curiously design 11. 1. Kimball, Jacksonville )Ietropolia.Eustis' i Dreyfus. the French prisoner on DevUs the war to a close, issued a statement tothe
the F. Odlin of this place, who recently gland, has been notified by the French
elaborate as to coloring. They match: ed pin. The first thing to attract the American press in which sue takes .
hold
next
invitation to defense _ _
: being of attention is the buzzing of the machine went to I'orto Rued, has entered Court of Cassation to prepare bis the' credit of Influencing.&p.m--to sue for '
the
I any gown only lining lawyer annual meeting of the Methodist conference for a rehearing of 'lite case.
partnership with a Tampa peace. .
,- ./ white silk of the very thinnest: !itex- which, by means of a current into in Eustis has been accepted. President McKInley has proofed to

ture. obtained from a small chloride of slier : named Pettingill, and will engage visit' Booker Washington's Industrial institute -

.E battery carried in the vest pocket, in the practice of law in the island The meeting convenes on January 19 at Tuskegee. Ala., on Deeinber HOLD UPS IN HAVANA.

under the firm name of Odlin & Pet- and will continue Ijx out one week. Irth. The battalion of municipal firemen, -

{\ II ia said thait every day on an-ever- -- .- - cor. T.-U. & C. Bishop Ninde, who is one of the most Eighteen thousand people In a downpour which formed part of the reserve in the,

made to Boston A Dutch investIgator, Beyerinck, tingill.-Orlando will of rain Saturday witnessed the defeat -
visits served
age 200,000 are beloved of the Methodist bishops, Spanish army and which during .
Jas. H. Webb, a young gentlemanof of the Yale Football Eleven by theHarvard
", saloons. The CongregaUonalist 'tblnJca has lately made a special study of the preside at the coming conference. the entire three year's campaign has '
this who is a boilermaker by aggregation. Score seventeen to
city with
been dla olvEIL The entire brigade,
that: desire for sociability has quite as little organisms called photo-bacteria, of There will be about forty ministers nothing.At '
model win beamed
-
and fire
trade, has Just completed a I the engine equipment.. -
: : / much to do with 'this immense patronage to which, in a large degree, the phosphorescence whichis I present, and arrangements are being
of saloons: em the desire for alcoholic of the ocean is due. He the armored cruiser Brooklyn, made the congregation of the of the British. navy the largest "in the The Havana Chamber of Commerce has
: of the finest and handsomest among world. the American and English colors
: stimulant and holds that the baa been unable !ito discover that the one Eustis Methodist church for their en- cabled to the Minister at State at Madrid .
pieces of work of the kind ever displayed were entwined around :tale christeningUifonn. for authority to establish a. Spanish
Ghrmtian civilization will devise luminosity of thesestrange creatures .
2 coming ertainment.-Eustis Lake Region.
in the city.-Tampa Tribune. chamber of commerce after the evacua- -
meeting places innocent pla's. important part in their vitality. Ethel Harlow, a sister of the famous island .the -
any the
; popular who .Mrs. Louise A. Ldmouson, of Sarasota lon of the by Spaniards
George Campbell, a stranger, Julia died at the Knickerbocker 'theater
of temptations to drunkenness. It appears to depend chiefly Spanish chamber to be presided over by
able to was picked up in an unconscious con enjoys the nice- distinction olueing .n ew York. during the performance Of be Spanish consul. *
I & Lbs food that they are -
upon dition on the street of Jacksonville the first and only lady in Flor- the Christian" In which she played the The police reports show an alarmlnsr- '
(Mo.) girl, obtain. When they have plenty of of Love.A
: Bessie Rose a Carthage part Polly
in Havana and the local -
of crime ,
died at the county Ida to receiNean appointment as a crease
which have shine brilliantly and the. several days ago, private of Battery F, Second Artil-
: haa a bicycle &the tires of carbon they newspapers report twenty to thirty hold-
i hospital. He did not regain consciousness. member of the board of school trus- lery full of fight and bad whiskey, rode '-
not 'been pumped up for over a year, ocean surface glows ,with their mys- ups in broad daylight daily. Organized
No one knows where he came tees. tate Superintendent heats was a. horse into a saloonln Huntsville Ala., oands of thugs and footpads terrorize
though in conetantt use. She rode it terious light. When ifed with sugar or and smashed things generally. He '
w. from. The body was interred in thepotter's consulted before the appointment was up the neighborhood of the outskirts of m--
through, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, glycerine, their phosphorescent powers follows "1 was buried at sun down. town. The police are doing their utmostto
made and he as :
field. replied Joe Jefferson Is reported to be recovering -
c -. Oreecs, Sicily, England and France increased. suppress the lawlessness' but they an
; Mr. J. A. Wilson received a phonograph believe it will be legal for you to appoint from a recent attack of pneumonia.He the recent dlsbsadmentf -
after its tire had ,been coated on the . handicapped by
Monday, which he took out a lady as trustee, and as far aamy 'has found H necessary, however to <) the Orden PUblIcO.
r ) inside with a mucilaginous substance Few of us realize nriheit the Shakers sell to 1 would cancel all of his dates and to give no- -
with him to the Everglades to individual predilections go,
: and them inflated.: The tires are still] have done for the: benefit of the outside Lice of tola permanent retirement from the
the Seminole Indians. The next thingwe that there were more female trustees stage. RIOT IN AT.ABAMA.
hard :were -when Mtes Rose the first to dry -
as they
: as
world. were
8 ; ,' They know Mr. Wilson will have a tel- and supervisors and even members of Threes tramps at River Junction Fla., A riot ,Is imminent in Anneston. At&.. ,

: started on her trip. : sweet corn for food; and to prepare line through the Evergladesand school boards.-Orlando Reporter. demanded food of the wife of Andrew Negro soldiers interfered with the white t

j -as., garden ieeda, medicinal iherbs, and ephone hackleford. She offered' them bread provost guard as-"they were arrestios a ,-

.The doornail in earlier times was vegetable extracts for mark!*ts. They then will come electric lights, etc. This is the veritable garden spot ot which they declined; as that was all she drunken negro soldier. Toe negro was .

the plate of the door upon whidh theoldfashioned also the first to raise broom -Ft. Myers Press. the :State and the owners of orange hod. they butchered and roasted her three finally landed In Jail which is now surrounded '
were i
children. angry mob of -white iol.diera
knocker struck (bo Hotel in Jacksonvillewas the by an
brush end make it into 'brooms, and The Everett grove property are strictly in The president of the bank of Emporla clamoring for lUll blood. The feet-

: arouse the! inmates of the hoo e.Aa\ hey produced (those far-reaching inventions sold last week at foreclosure sale swim. The prices this year are immense Kansas was discovered short ta his ac- big is intense, and more trouble Is fssrsd. J

the plate or nail was struck many; the machine for planing and bought in by the Pennsylvania I and the crop is a great deal count several hundred thousand dollars

-- more 4imea ithan any other it .was assumed matched boards, the: buzz saw, and the Mutual Life Insurance Company for larger than it was first thought to be. by banking a bank hours examiner.of the 18th At lust the he close waved of BRITISH SQUADRON DISPERSING.

to be more dead than oiheinaOs. hydraulic press. And finally it was $75,000. W. D. Barnett bought the Yesterday ten car loads of the golden a smiling adieu to his friends, retired to dispatch from Wel-Hai-Wel,.. that ,

: (Hence the phrase "Dead as a.doornail. ('hey'W1ho did away with wrought :nails furniture for $3,000. The bonds and fruit plucked from the luxuriant .bit stock farm near the city and commtt-', the British squadron that assembled

." If the old ideas are /to ,be two stumbling blocks capital block of the St. James hotel groves iu the -Manatee section were eel l suiUde. there Is dispersing. The Undaunted has
and quill pens, to NapMld&Ad rtw Heradoas end .
F4; revived, as now seems possible, Chephrase : to our ancetors, being the first: to' were also sold the same day. shipped over the F. C. & i'. railroad DISASTER ON PENNSYLVANIA gone l/hlgenia to Cheefoo. The Narcissus Is '"

may soon have a present appli manufacture: out nails and 'to use Jack Hancock and son of Kissimmee tu northern and eastern markets, for ROAD. going to Hong 'Kong':. and tbs Alacrity'

: ,cationr hunting trip of trade. The are smoke storm and fog with the admiral aboard Is. going to the ..
..Lr.: metal for pens, brass and silver being have returned from a the holiday growers In the gloom of ,

1 ,. 5 used for the purpose.fThat several months. They went throughto realizing handsome prices this year.They that darkened the rails of the Pennsylvania Yang-tie-Klang. remarks regretfully ..:--
correspondent
The White Bouse' is an exact copy r I Myers and killed 589 alligators on get'two dollars per box for the Harrison Railroad a belated between suburban Jersey train City dashed and of The the complete absence of preparations ,
Dub -
of itihe Duke of L6Inzter'5PalaCe. ( their way down, and more than 200 fruit on the trees, and get their cash into a gang killing eleven and injuring to defend Wei-Hal-Wei.' The place has
lin. In March 1799 the commissioner beautiful transparent. stone the British for six
been occupied by
,
coming back. They report alligators before the oranges are moved, thus four. Five others had remarkable es
on building advertised for 1"8 a plan called Tabriz marble mucth used in tale in All of the victims lived In Jersey months, yet no fortifications have been
inconveniences capes.
as -
plentiful apparently avoiding mishaps or any
about as any begun and the telegraphs an4efecth'e.,
erected Persia and in their
be of
to burial City.
places
; :.f- I! forja president'shouse: former years in the Kissimmee valley. whatever.-Tampa Tribune. all of whfdh Is in striking contrast to the I

in the city of Washington." The prize grandest edifices, consists of petrified Wilson of Canaveral, haslust B. F. Woodward entered Mrs. Wing's evertsh activity displayed by the' Raa-
Frank ,
IiIit offered was $590, and that of James water of ponds in certain parts: otf the Mr. load- SHIPS TO BE RAISED IN MANILA aians at Port Arthur.
_i received over 8,000 pounds of :store at Bayard recently with a BAY. ...
be
.
Hoban a Irish mechanic, was country. This petrificaition: may
young wire which he wijl' use for fencing ed gun and laid it upon some soda The United States navy Witt soon possess
r d. The design was supposed tow traced to its termination; in one port PENSIONOF SPANISH WAR
accep of land for a deer park.So crates to do some shopping, not suspecting more than a sprinkling of foreign- FIRST P
original, bat when the "house was the water is clear, in a second it appears forty acres would interferP.with built warships. Admiral Dewey has informed AWARDED.Commissioner V V

completed waa learned that(: Hoban thicker and stagnant, in a third many deer are being killed by hunt that any one the Navy Department that he Evans of the pension of- V

that Mr. Wilson is going to be on it. While busilyengaged, James -contracted with a Hong' Kong firm ol' Alger that Jesse T.
bad it from'the dake's palace. quite blackand in its last etage it is era, lice notified Secretary
copied the safe side, by keeping in safety all Bra4bury, a lad of 14, began meddling wreckers to raise three of the. Spanish Oates. of the Second United States Artllery. -
# V
'I .s.1'i ._- white like frost." When the operationis wild deer he captures alive on the when the gun fired a load of No. 7 war vessels sunk In the battle of Manilalast who bad lost part of his upper Up

is again formally complete a atone thrown on Its sur- the May. The cost of the raisins of in the West Indian campaign bAa been
goverent Some of the
: Advocate.: shot into the counter.
the claims of face! makes no impression, and one peninsula.-Titusville ships and putting them In thorough re- awarded the first pension on account of
1W pressing upon Turkey of the western part of shot glanced to (he otTTer side of the pair will be KOO.OOO.: the vessels to be the Spanish war. The President and the V
walk over it without' wetting The people
missionaries for property may W. I. Acosta, of large type and In each took interest
,jAmeriaaxL store and four struck raised are gunboats Secretary of War an
s destroyed at Harpoot and elsewhere one's shoes.' The substance thus< produced )- Alachua county are much encouragedover traveling salesman, of Jacksonville, the opinion of Chief Constructor Hlch- In this case. Gates called on them in per .

transparent andsometimes the prospect for a railroad pass- a be the best kind of of the campaign
\ in Asia Minor during the antiiArxnen Is brittle and born. they will very son- soon after the close
1F4 ; richly striped with red, through that section in the near who was sitting on the opposite coun- craft for the protection of ttie United. and convinced them of the merits of his
ian riot more tiban ifawo yean ago. ing < serious.At .
not .
favo '- ter. Acosta's hurt was States 1nterefia'among the Philippinesand claim. V
HeomUy the Turkish governmentt replied green and copper color. So much is future. Work is progressing and Gainesville is to have what along the Atlantic coast. They are Mr. Gates wOl receive JIT per month
last
end
disclaiming an responsdbUity this marble, 'which may be cut into ably from the Tallahassee the sister ships Isla ds Cuba. Isle ds and this being Inadequate a private pension -

for the, rims, but our government has large slabs, looked upon as a luxury, the ., Atlantic, Suwannee River and she has long needed, a public park.A Luson and the Don Juan de Austria. bin will probably be Introduced in

notified that this repudiation thatt: none but the: king, his sons, and Gulf railroad will soon be extended to tract of land lying west of the city Congress. r
Turkey
one-half mile wide, Claims on account of the Spanish war V
and
to mile
roads
long
where the two are one
:th at responsibility: : cannot be accepted persons especially privileged are per- the river, has been selected TALE'S PRESIDENT RESIGNS. are now coming In rapkUy. The total on
take it. meet. containing 320 acres, At the meeting of'the corporation of for service and V
iifl The fact that Turkish eokliers in unl mitted to file up to date is 1447 war
; stalks of as the spot for the location of the Yale Univ. Pres. Dwight presented his re naval service exdostvs of the
office two i78 for
in toe riots strengthens We have in our
.. form took pant - Mr. J. J. Priestof park. Captain G. B. Griffin of the real signation. The resignation Is to take claims of the battleship Maine victims. Yl
claim for redress. cane raised by end of this university year
the is kept operation at a high rate ospeed sugar Griffin & Co. has in- effect at the
estate firm of ,
and
LeveL One stalk has S3. requested President
like smal Red The corporation
1 with noise a -
and
a !
: 'I'of. the other 24 joints, and the smallest terested himself in the project, and Dwight to remain longer, he however WRECK OF THE ATLANTA. V
fixed nest of hornets. The field magnet the atten- his at the: time
The iron horseshoe permanently stalk measures eight inches in clrc ut- has succeeded in drawing Insisted upon resignation Particulars of the wreck of the British

: to the hoof was not introduced until the little motor are made of two the finest tion of others toward the scheme. stated and the patter was referred to a Atlanta. Capt. Charles McBride
the but. This is ship
22'sheet iron fernce at special committee to report at a meeting
No.
ttbe fourth century: of the Christian thicknesses of cane we have seen.-Citrus A company has been formed for car- of ,the corporation to be held on Decem- from Tacoma to Cape Town. Thursday

era:: On the grassy plains of Asia and scraped( down and polished. These sugar County Chronicle. You ought to come rying the plan through, and it is expected her 31st Dr. Dwight resigns on account morning five miles south brought of Alas to a4.Taquima. offthe -
coast were
screw Oregon
; .the ground elsewhere shoeswere are heM together with gold that improvements will of his age. being seventy years old.
on open great
; : of brother.That' correspondent of the Associated -
silk covered and see some our cane, Ore., by a
not needed; but the (Romans, and wound: with No. 26 up call cane. be made. A bicycle path will be -- Press, who' 'went to tbs scene.
what we good sugar
soon found Jthat ''their pared roads *ire. The. armature Is of the four built to the park, and a driveway of WARSHIP LAUNCHED. Twenty-three lives were lost Including

and i I. wound : wore away the hoof. They could devise pole type rock put down so that in addition to Thousands of people 51
.- marvlous have been"cutting Formidable I sailors survived to tell the terrible story '
f (however than wire. The ifttle brushes are of Colored people lauttdh of the ram battleship VV
no better: remedy, the amusements that will be placedat V
little In Portsmouth Eng. She I of the wreck. 3,
constructed the oak trees on the at the dockyard
been down large
( leathern voles and begs to protect the thinness, having the park, there will be fine fun in is said to be the largest warship in the
with much the Sante Fe lake for the
dovn Island in 1V
hammered
hoof, though!
that they had an iron'shoe which :(they; patience and care. There is a email purpose of gathering: the moss from improving the park "will be begunin She Is 400 feet long and baa 75 feet beam V KEELY DEAD.

& gold 0witch on the black rubber base, same. This island has always been and draws 26 feet t Inches of water. She John W. Keely. the Inventor of the .
'put nandtnc&offetpleamnre length of time.-Gaines- isestimated home In Philadelphia .
? no great pounds sterling and Keely motor, died at his
1.000.000
the its and has for cost over
y made with a pin to be worn on noted for beauty years Ue was taken
.
--- ville cor. T.-U. & C- to steam eighteen knots.A with pneumonia.
.- ''A form of electric lamp. from lapel of the Test. lbs owner of this; been a resort for ptc1m1 1dng. The Civil Appointments. L. Gaulden, notable feature of the launch of the HI on Saturday last- and continued to .

i-:: :. new novel i i scarf pin has been asked to exhibit people of Waldo have become disgusted ; battleship was the entwining of the grow steadily worse until,his death. Mr. -
result are Fla. to be county judge
;/ which important practical it in public, but is content !with with this destructive practice and Titusville, BrjUsrh:; and American flags on the u 1c1a1ata.t Keely was sixty-nine years of .age'. -and.
devised by Pro- Brevard vice Minor 8. Jones, '
at1cipatedbas been county, leaves a widow. ,*
% It* j;-'v. feeflor lN rnst, of the University of !hotnage paid to! his t.1iteIu.blszatlve parties have gone there to put a stopto resigned. M. Goldsmith Titusville to I n.

and refuses to showLitublicly Gainesville Sun.A .
Oottrngen, It has '&' filament compoaed town "V be prosecuting attorney Brevard county THE DATE DEFINITELY FIXED. AN EMINENT MAN ,DEAD.:

: 2 of magneeia: mixed with rare earths elsewhere. fisherman at Kissimmee is said vice D. L Gaulden, resigned. N. S. The date for the Spanish evacuation! has Sir George Smyth Baden Powell. the '!

9__.: :. in the place of the ordinary i carbonfilament to have received an order from St. Fogg, Altamont Springs, to be notary been definitely settled as January 1st. All eminent political economist and authority

: and no vacuum is needed aa The State board,of health today received Louis, Mo., for all the dressed catfish public for the State at large. OscarA. the Spanish troops then remaining on the on colonial affairs Who has represented j
ta Parliament
k la.othernc descent samps. But tin ,two sanitary Formaldehyde regenerators he can supply; price 2% cents per Stewart, Titusville, to be notary Island will of the be quartered.United 'States.under in the camps protection the Klrkdale in the division Conservative of: Liverpool Interests I

1uamel1t1a. Oa< duct1ng when cold, to be used for, generating pound delivered to express companyat public for the State at large. Wm., B. especially designated pending etnbarka- since 1885 died Sunday in his ftftJ'- nt ',. i

q so thai It mad first be warmed before disinfectant gaL They will be sent to Kissimmee. Next spring the same Rowe, Island Grove, to be constable tlon for Spain. year. -

'H to Waldo .to disinfect smallpox there. back to W. The stenographic report of yesterday' The late Sir George-Baden Powell who -
and cause will come G.
wfll paaa cats probably 9th District, Alachua county. V
a'current i December 24. 14?.
' Oxford
: of evacuation committee born at
:k!: glow. The chief practical difficulty Is These,machines have only"been in use Florida in tin- cans, labeled Columbia Sutler, Chuary Lake, to be county Joint was signed session this the afternoon by the Spaniards was was "a 'son,of the well-known Rev. Baden < V

the original warming of the filament..French about two years, but in that time they River Salmon;-or mayhap some Yan- commissioner District No..l, :Madiso the Americans having previously Powell. professor of geometry to the University V

y-- I. have become tam'ous. Two of them kee will fix them up-and.sell them as county J. T. Livingston, Madison, to attached their signatures. of Oxford, wtooee nugnumopus-s-j science""'* :
*
Tby the Florida State boardof Sentinel Orlando. Nothing was definitely settled at yesterday's was written to demonstrate that
engineers ere constructing a wereused the Al shredded codfish.- be supervisor of registration. K JL -Joint session regarding the question and revelation are In tmrnxray, rather

6eine.at health in 1896 to disinfect Willis DeFuniak to be inspector is Sir Georges motherV
.' peculiar' bridge over, the Springs, ot fixed and movable property and it' .than antagonistic.

; On each bank of the riyer freight coming from New. Orleans. A rattlesnake possessing a rattle of timber and lumber Wa l- understood that the subject wfll be referred was a daughter of the distinguished .Brit-
,
"ii'" Bouftn of an improved governments for ish Admiral Smyth. He was prepared for"
; received today were the respective
Th two to
high Martel to
'A
Eiffel! 175 feet killed few day ton county. 11Ye Long; Martborougtaand graduatedfrom
-:j; :njinlftture, towelsy and It button was a : consideration. The Spanish troops will Oxford at .
; in that they are lighter irfft.winning
hearrack pattern for the State; at university wttih honors in . -
-' .". '''hsve been erected. chancellor's prise
IsL4' a 1- -: auppcr-t lsd, sad more portable. land. Mrs. Pentland's little girl had large. E. D. NeaVWestville be notary and the entire equlpmeat oe.. an army in I the : -.
$125 : ..: jftl-11 esty
: cc
..,1001" ., toO .... '..lspt':1d160 !cA4y I I greotei ease. her att'ntiolattracted to the snak public 'or ,ttie StM st large. the field.


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-\fADDltlOHAL mOl: MEAT Wm.U. Mitchell' of ThomasvilleGaf: ; ll. I!. Richardson: ,'general agent;. of >* f .aI1i'wnted;. - 5' . !'TorB.entor:Leas&1-;'i.' .JJr.!! :::-,_:

: ? '. pr.yr. B. Fowler) haa so far recorered [last week purchased of Fred k.s. :Morse the Georgia Southern, and FJ rids THE 1IITlf& ]STTE White 1'or black';:to\idof.pJalD'cooklpgandJaondfJwork . ' '.A- r Jar -three; atoryhouae1 -all' ",COB_ '. 'r" ::.>,'

20 acres on Alapattah Prairie and has { way, was in the'' ,city this we k.ln ._ .-Goodwagee'Mas.F. ; 'eneceflfc completely; l ir'::, .
his able attend ; '
; be to
% s; health as to this week,commenced.pr paring a'por. the interests! of his road, w.hich (taps \** *.._. ', .;- ,. <. .(7.J ,: .J.'W'ES1';'< rent for the winter tot .tllrDfabedWF.fIU"' ""1.......- '
4 : ,,:'to professlonal.caIll. Le McBrideo; Cleveland.AppointedAdmini8lrator.rr 62.2t'5 :Dania. :Fla, ; tiea:without small' 'c nd 1 j .
tion of the, samefore crop. $he.F.E.: O" 'llt PalAtkiand (ftohstitutes ; '; -, J ., t
;. : A large force' painters commenced a,direct: line to'MaconGs. I Mr. ; : ,*-* 5--- '. .._ therlnformatloniddie ";" .. !I"J" :.
: Bicyclists' < ,
J..W.. Watson. has. ordered. the debris .- .IIWLorrILR.. ; KzIr -
/ the'work of the I .... f"f. '
i this morning giving : : ;; : ;
While .
Richardson out
( tryngtrythgyourwheel
: .
-1; ; was accoju panted by HtnryGailliard t;. '
r; Royal Palm a new coat of paint. I' cleared off of:,the' groundupon! which ,. Vice President of Indian ta th* IntMMtVf" CtoveUnd CradTtoni" 'of the don't fait to : eta;cool'drink'oca dish -S4...- "_ - Xer.ea.-: "' ; ,
L #.' I' his new hardware tore/\>n 'the corner ; >tEatat&j", ; '- .* ice'crearn: at'Chas;'Courly'a, Buena -4t'i.t". t:
J. ; '-There'wlll be no services at the Bap of Ave. D'and sire t 50x100 feet, River and BUcayne Bay Inland :Xavl- Vista "' '
13th : A new featnre/; has :been wgiven! to Saturday'or: Sunday.' ;T::'
.i.:..; -- :, ; :tist.church Sunday because of the absence In _size, two. 8tories,1 .to be. built., It gation Company which" will again hswinteroperate matters'connectOt'wlth-the' jidminis- : "- '*' '. V-* '. .*' ' "-'.. *,, PineandGlade <

}! / of Be!. Palmer at the state .con. ..Is 'therefore 'supposable that he will : a )line of boat. between t ratiboioft; the estate of .the -lite,;J:u UaD Pineapple 'SlipslPor'SalB.A .. tand', r.-a'are: _, .,. ;-.:" :fl/i"f t:" :,

; "t :J. Y ntlon.r soon}commence' the erection'of the ,Titusville PalmBeach.. : 'Tuttie in,the r appointment' ,of the >- :'i lot of Porto Rico pineapple*' Jip8 Eighticrei" Und' acre* '
1 Belcher, building.I .- \ AtDnytoni 'P1 December4 Guardian Trust of Cleveland, ror*lalt'J'; also a, rot fu('Nu;11 mango S arefine : ;. ,# d"t- ;.
3 P' ,
: :.... .- serve oysters In all styles on: , Company < glad.e.1aDd, one acre limber '-1 -, "
trees one old.: Address 'box 30 '
r ,in his dining parlors. ft-S-lt' : ; 4nd'5, the Volusia and BrevardlistrktUulon Oho, represented" Tvee..McBridr.byJ4dge year eultITaiIonaDd; tfnemiot plneses5 J :i.'"pi
: : The METROPOLIS date Lemon 'Fla I f-l-tf if'
;
", :f. up to luothe .City,, ;: ,*_ : under cultivation;, l'oar-l'OOlaIoC'' bobs: : :
-J.:,. :I\\to; "/':r.1T.'Bad4pe"l8! ,IlrNe. York ;where ,execution of,job printing. '-, of ClristlanEndeavcr' *!ill fleyser."and- the filing"of i S '{, .4,. ,! '" ', ''. In:good cahdUtoa; Sltaawt:,.s.c"t.: ;,; .;':

'' rha ,will 'purchase a stock of;,furniture ,.Thos.: J. D"iYen'of the firm of Diveri. hold their, annual convention.! The ,.l 160,006,indemity;.... 'bondbj' "Mr.-'- Mc-, 1 ,lBDckJe 'a./Arnica Salve. .*,'west of Cdeauwt,Grove,two nSes(ram., E.ft .S

;y: for bia}.new :store' here which U now Co ; of ill. sessions will be filled with practical' Bride. "- : : .. ,..TaE BEST Ssisiinitheworhi for cats, .school.in good. neighbor. bood,;;Two km- :: f :-""
.. Huff & (
'f ...;:, in course of building : attorneys. Chicago, and; helpful, papers and.discusaioW, Mr. Me'Bride:was in the city J list onuses,' sorea,".ulcers, salt:rheum,- fever dred Irnlt trees ta Ixarint. WeB aa4.. !;'i'r-' ..,.,

?* In: the city"on his way to Havana for spiritual, ,and uplifting! ''addresses .andsermons week having came : 'down4 i his,, own sores tetter, chapped bands,chilblains, .{arming{implements.,'ITerm ffloi',each" t, ?rit ;-
:, .. A pleasant: Thanksgiving( 'party':occurred the winter., 'This Is Mr.Dlven's firsttrip & interest t-h : corns, and air skin eruptions, and positively '* ::or-with $ OOe5hbs1aJICStTO., -t' <:ti'P ::., ."
,:,..c sttheculno9f the Miami last : oyer the. East. Coat 'below St. and enthusiastic! Endeavorsongs. and in IntereSt thfrbeiru J cares.piles or,no pay required.', :It S ":T Art_wltto' hate! :144? sa' ".", *) -:-: r.; .," ,
;; ., 'The; 'F. E. C. B'y ''wilj sell of:the 'est te. FrtwOenratlonithere ,,, is gnaranteed give perfect fiatUfactipo r. s.... r't.. :
night' under.the efficient -espoinage of Aog IUne.. He much pleased .7..:
; a.verl .,'
beenra refunded/ Price .
tickets :on pecember i, 2 and 3at oW has strong bond of friendship .money 25centsperbox. S n 'Co OoOvzL.r, .. '
JIIsTThompAon: and her brother. with the developments be finds in io'r round the ;; For sale byTownleyBroa,"; 6-21-ft-26, S. ,am-Lfa-bIIlln-t' , '' fr'" :
., '- fare the trip For/iurtner existing between: [ ; McBride, -' f ;;.:: ,:
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;i e? 'Belcher: acrvra' 'oysters in. .all styles, Miami. {tuforma ion apply'to the District .:-I and Stnrteyant.. families::.and "later '- '.5 ; _*

,- 'in bit" dining,parlors.. .. .,. ,, '622tX : , fo ksom'& Lewis: ,600. East Coast rotary, J.'R., Lyman, Alelbourne I ,- Fla. I with 3lrs.Tuttleand'her cbildr arid lorida East CostRy

i 7 : '-B. Small' of::Jasper,-:.Fla.;major Fish O !iipinyOG.W._ ;.Bcobiel800, The many\friends of Mrs/H 'L.:Hoffman I the.present:Mr.! 'McBride and 1-'his farhilyv !.

; : and/attorney,'was l in'the: city-Mveral and.South FloridaTjsh:Cpmpan jr.two: in Miami' will l leart/with genie ; Mr McBrKle< ,had loaned :Mrs, S :

4 days. .Mr.' Small;;"baa...'.a.'brother. io Cutler boat.-loads, ik::,the! :,!record of the. mackeeel -; of great .regreK of 'tb,/death; of this> Tutle: large! mColm, nejasdiffarint" !: '
w whom became down.to,visitC; a livhlchcItheI l in this morning.e , times as a friend neither takingsecurityor : B09TH 30UND (K* d Down). KOTfl BOUND (2Ie&PATI
:
; 7 :. lady at. the home of/her:. parents i in '
; Tb; :t>eSoto/Fjsh: .pompany will. commence . interest.or any acknowledgement! !of -
& ')[elan."E.AWddelLB'raylor Philadelphia last Fr/day. -Mrs., Hoffman gB1L_ r 1-
-( ,, :work '.nexweek.. The Katie her indebtednesjto.'him.He: ; ".was' not : ,
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EIBridyandGordon R. Broom : met several I '
,. will oat in the ... aware until afterMrs. Tuttle's 'd at.h'tbat ; -
: ( '\\\i"\ &:among"those whoattended the !go .morn .u_" ; nipntha !ago whiciTlrapaired her.health. she had 4 lOp 10 lOs Ar.. .......... I C --t ,
\, ii"r :i In been distressed for: money'to 4 10 LY.b.5 ,.:...... a ,
:
l ..cutting all the
festivities at Jacksonville. this week. latest'stylesknown' and, .ad"h:necessary for:her,to goto = 4p1Lma 4 o _
.p. -" '- '- " ... ;to the art,.at*!the Up-To-lMtp Philadelphia carry'alpng: her'large:a jnvestmentsy -re-- Tr Ar...., . ..... ralatU-.n.r__ .,. .. .. .. --1t',
surgical treatment .4 u i.
.r ;
for : < < < i
:. oanicecIansbaiegototheUp- Barbershop624wycl. Wheft! he'J ,arnedttjTibe_ :Istarted. : for; 4 1 10 46. Lv... .... ; ::..r.;: Zstka ...: ..' .-, ....{. ............' I 5 1- ,' -T' '
.To-Date ber.8 op.;: .:'J-2-4wycl:; ;', *> 4 : She died as.a suIt of tiOperatoF Miami to look into matters } 1Tl . '
.*-, ;- : - ...:yA: Karakadze of Nassau is erectlngcur1ostorion on. iday last., 'She eaves ber'hu injhispWnand ,'sm2 i Lv. . ."...... I
:r 'Warner. ,Is ; .In the interests. of the, bef, __ s.,.After -s-I. ira ........ -I- 4
; Postmaster taking .a ,.. .
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the of'12tb band alone icl their" '' d ... ..
corner "magnificent bomnorth his 'SWp 1 "-. ..;..... ...;;;....... a i 14. -1
: .. \week'* -outing! .at.lJaCtIo1YlU :;;after ; arrival l here be,was appealed! to1: by" Sup Slip aS
; Miami street andAviO.: .Mr. Karakadze:is of Beuna Yistai;which they w'erBO some Cleveland. creditors toVact; < I -...... ,..Port $1 '
i two 'years'.* bardworkinthi; Armenian, by birth,: tiloi"80fDP, '-'_!muchInt! ,. ,rested-'fn:trasformininto'a'b ; ? ; administratOrf'tIieestte1n ', 1 ... S laos, -
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behalf of 224 I
; :'poetofflce! with"ipcarcely a breathing. time 'was:on the e tizreplstforininth1aOountrpor&ijiugthChsrdshlpi utlfJ11 tropical' home.. Mrs.\! ; '.6.. .., a :; ... .... Tlth'vtile.-....... I -, ;; ' 'j
; ; comiianjrbf which'hejs the head.. .... M ;, ; ,s. is ..,_....
IrILT .' #> ; Hoffman. .made, ,many acquaintances1 1 This'he consented to do and'-'filed with 'S. - a sop 1...... .,.; ....,- ii .. 't
R* 8:V.;Oh'ue of Sanford of'tbe"jlrm'CbaH : of and barbarities! hts:countrymen! _were. here' durng( ;< the brief e8ideo e (the\ 12 ,..,
: .. Judge, fleyserthrouhhi'.att I i m i, .... liSp ... ._ .... ..,SanOatiie .. .... .5r' I
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fl4 \ ABarney, insurance' 'agents andpacking forced-; endure"at the binds'oftb tamUy:herf;:, 1'j :: : 'y ;, 428p .... ......... 11 '
:"' ----I .- Oerg&A! 1V'o,1e1,a bond tor$1Q0,0O0Frwpesentapiearancei; 51 .. .. ,v.'h.b.sItn: .,. ".4.. .-. 4.- C i i'a
and forwarding merchants; Turks in. Armenia, 1 'v&ouot claim .- o .. ... St.Locte .. C$7 .. Q.
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baa been' a Igoest' '.at the" " Conolly" this ;HIgh'.grade'ciothi g;!:.Anthony. Bros. ,.*, But,we do claim to sell gopd shoes.LA seem that Yr."lI; Brlde would become .4 : 5 59p Ed n. .... .'..... 'l-5.--- I I I .,.;' -
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: week.' :' mamotb stock.just received.Everya1rguaranteed1 ii : ; 5 Up .Jenaei* I a st.s '
:Harry'Peck: andwlfefof(,'the Piazza i ,- the"1''active' 'administrator:and' final t 1lap' .. .. '. ... Stds.r* .. ..' .._4. issl
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:S; -.' Mb7wi.1k when JOu'T can ride: a Hotel at<::Rockledge, acc mpaniedby i 6-8-lt JOHN; SxwxLi &. 'CIeelaudwbeel for>27 0t88 model, "if.--, - v, :-- _: f :.-tbe. L Ingincompetutfroni1 .5.' a ._ .. .f.W..t. Pp.lis Bsscb . .. ._ 1 5 mal -.
c foil'nickel plate,onI1"T.GO model, CL&: tockwppd andw1feofOraiifipldsMIch..wire | 'TI eu' l'union' Thanksgivingserycesweihe1dTuidaj l -\ ,8teA amp . ir..Untos....... . ,
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tymj .. a sii.J ;
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k' down the
80-inch wheel the latest $ O.; "I:must through
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__% 'close the.,wheels out.; If ,you want a Bay,country this, week" in, ,the laijnchPlazzaX ; by terian i :.pavilion i_ i vhcOAverj-Inter-; [H.; DeW.itt"thepther' ( :;: because""of.Inability : _10_Ar.....;;. ;.'.., :- : .- -
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No.twheetcomeandseeme.C.M.Ozusoppositethe ; ':' "mh'urprise to)Kivek a sufficient j bond and for BETWEEN MEW,8MYRKAyAND:ORANGE C TY JUlf CT1OW. '
)dey expressed : -, wasyreachedby'ReVi : :
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Miami Hotel.: 2t eating sermon..: utiderstand' ,.. -
'"at jther reasons, as we it, < ? Ni.No.. ij : - 81A'r1ONS.-- lN :
oai; Joseph,::8. 'Warner,will t.legreatidvuii3cement/mAdC. FretTvBiackburnThe: Union Charities t';]Mr:McB rlde has lt&tedtliat: 'be=:prcHvoses : 7 iilLv. ..... &nyras.i .
kId4iOOaebox Miami. Peck .
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Society,created jat J jut 1ear.'s"Tb : : 5 09p ii &I a' Lske He1. t ., '- LvIU aI4 C5 -,,
to the postofflce before iner resort at,Petosky,Mjcbjt V > gHf fng'tmeeilngf'presented' to, give. i.i''personal'check'for: 'amp '...., .. ;': _ nami isap2iOAr.r.i.
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the first of.'January.: ',There baa T" r-/ ,J-, --" ny.'claim: against the estate; thatheproposes $ ; ft3ps$
-AIiki'ids cOfdrWks 'wa3anthorized -to continue as New 8mTrn jMa Or>oc '
of af tfur fountain 4a&suTISMI
? ,forsiverairnonthibeena: .. demand, for. to: protectflthe: .:'interests: of
at( theArcade: .restaurantaridfruit heretofore.:--Expenses::the_year, asreported$88.75 '
-: L< Harry.Tattle and ,MrsFannyT: Sauncjers ..-
4)boIe .tand.r: 21r3m-fcl,;, Vwl deflcit i .
: t f : ; : .,'' th $S.5O, ; :.io .tbe' .estate.of.:' the1r-rnohet,

'iiiri. 1tel on' baa. placedan.. ." order, ,' :f. 8.,Warner/' and' ';':'P. U:.Xoud' .'hav* The IIectIOIbursdy! last amoi'ntedB'l ; Mr..: McBride, iias"l 'statedT'thTCtjheCleveland

t* for: a, neneurliiarse. to be used in"connection ? embarked, '.the.business; -:of packers' to":.$ :, ; ocietyjconsists 611, the I 'property' wilL be, an ged..o! BIIIk1illWkSOft

; with bis undertaking holiness. and shippers'of'tpmatoe8.Tand: : other pastor'of/:each'; local church,With onemem as to paylipaH.tbeCIeveland; ; :; .claims!

Tt$ 'Last "week :w ,;noted. that be"had'ordered .- Vegetables indertti: e:: firm aD.e.! of JJS : ber i pibe, ppmi nated. ){him;andthree against" l the estate. ',amounting; to$51.800:! -
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'. 'a a ambulance;wagon. WarperVt:Co*. .Mr. Loud.is"associated i': ;,others,,'outside. ,the. ,Churcbf be -
and leave a'nice balance. to apply upon. ._ ... .. . ,
,Tbiop;: rthing'Inbat: at Anthony.. ;wjth'J. &,,G/Lippman; cp.Rjmis"sion'mercbahts selected by.tbes. .: The society iaLcalled; the'liquidation'of other.claims.against - H' : P. 'M"' 'Tf' V"S" ;' ;:,f? !
., o5eYorkTCit He lo meet:Saturday of,thts4'n; Jr'atl19: I . ., .". .-.. S c'8: . 1,
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'The:.MrTEOPOUi.is'not In possession- ,conplatesnaklng1Iiath:; . ; I perinanent p.'in.i"at the ,crcO1denceotthiReTDr. red, ,Mr..Tuttle. and:: ,others that they_ Have- jusfopened.., up ;a._.' .:newotbft: :1; "

of: exact:detail* as to U plans of. ;the .headquarters: ,(as be(bAsaburJ, Far is,to..organize. for'the,ensuing. _year. n< ed' _haveno '-queasiness about, the: : < '

r 4 .bospltal.:..:It,canistAte':that'it. .will be ance.of. confidencenthef,. , uture.of..thissection. <3.fhe',citizens ;'pf;;''Alapattah, Prairie at paf rs of the estate'as he: proposes> -to .. ' : :

4t i. 'two etoriea In height I ,and'will be about" t I haVe'this 'week; circulated '.a" petitionwbIchaSrecieI'edatifl1t'IOrty 8ei it through,to the, ;end. ,even":'ASwestlted : ' \ :- : :f ; : ; : :
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c 'MTW;-feet Jn lire.VTork'opop, will. ,A.-Eenry' pfv Highlandsr MacOn signS to.taking'yp': ;' ,any 'and<<:,claims. 'D .

t, _ '{not be)long delayed.resenting .- Bountyl orth''" Carolina' ,,was, a .'guestat ,ures asking the government" tpestab: :. withhis'.penwnaljchec'lu) :: /* :- i ; Odri:

4 .:tL 'I.pu i ., f2fi! r rt rep- the C-nolly House:'this';week: while iisa'potoffi ,eIntiatsect1on.i' : d.'t **The Mrnt ppLia-with. t manof--it! : .* "y' o :! ; :

''J...A:G.; Lippman,trait' nd. hooting' : frt l sectionjfor: a:'I location( ppolntment! of:J/:W.Johnson, as postmasfer. friends.feels,, reason'. to' '-express'!, its.apprecUtion . - : :

produce commission'merchants.that for;;.his' son''and a friend .for .trucking' J: I It';would seem, that the>stai>- of.Mr'McB UIV::gjenererons ;. . ',: : ,
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i .;?"city, i* at'.the:.Miami :fortb 'winter; and,an nnregroTe.,: llr. Henry'has hug of'a postptflce:jrii! this:.rapidlygrowing )position as bkedo' :Rightly man- . :" ;; '" : : ' .. .

_ r ']i,.. :Loud: ,contemplate, ;J locating, ..:In beeti ,,ail,. over; :Florida,l D,the i _'sam er aectin; '.would i be, .no ,more sg d bra good..:financier! 'and' 'turned, ', \ ( i Vied. ,andve1I. assqrted.. to.7 TheC :? ;'

rand and":decided;after ieeing'lflamloahl i i than auact f; justice'to an i into' at its face, valuVthe estate; ', '. .- ; : ' ,, ', .
ki M1mip( maneiUy. .i} : \ : :, ,already! money:, I 'Il'r" DRESS: is ; ,,
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f F v*-> v* Haye ,4,'Baolerson: have'a'. choice, )&it: ;/purchase'. here andJreV, J largecommonityjvlhe; : residents wju Vnicecredit._ S ,. .: ;x <' ;. ;;'S :' :, , ; .. .- ,>A': ;:c "-4'i.

:.upply; of oranges, .apples,' nuta,'canf turned' home\ at''onpe' in order' ..that his which'bafiji, to'coni. ..frpm..tbree,to,fourmiles : The Fort Dallas home of' the:'familywilji .{- ':' spcia1l y'' .atfractivand :untodate'S' ) f ? '
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; .dlesclgtrs' and tobaccos which they son";,mightget;; herein(time. -> fora crop
T aelllncat reasonable prices.SO.tf thhIwIntei i ;, c'I as:one stands, 'upon, r .be\; edge; :of the i n4 all;clains against it_settled. ,.byMr.. ; ' v' S -{ 'I: f:r

Tbe pumps' ariA. engllues:for the new Having Just, returned from the. East; 'prairie:a' vast,expanse of 'fertile 'land c1ld! ";.. f t, -S S > : < : ,-:.."
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;:pump' house;;at"the bead of,the rver: era:.markets we are displaying an'ele reaching many miles'Is:Spread out..'to ThT. ,,' e' ..:_ ( "'

:are* nearly) ready.t "connection' 'with shoes.ganthlne.! ,v ofclothing" ,43rruony'Bsog.,: furnishings, 'and vIew thichiy'studded'with.hew meie. : Sllk& '; ::

,; ',0'- .ttie water pipe*/ The new building, l II,7or.tniieteistorra 'J.A.;Blackburn; whose home is''just .If' you lieth.twrsOrOus: the way' F1 IJcD.&Puillsll1arIR. II.NeNorthorFlEiidCAirLin&.xid. : ,, ; i f :

( I in height. you*ee it to-day-.8e.nd,'us' |1m .for ,a -' 'p... r "
north of the. has'returned from '
city

.'indiekance&1! ? jJL ''\;r .;r erulse of"., Teralmoptbs, in, CubaiaridPorto'Rlcp a you yjfarJnAdvancef'or for2.O0r year we payable,wlllsendlt'to'during, t, ,' Florida TrunkIane,: -- :r ll: -,-** For rLj\\ ,,'':Waistsard' i :Trimmings/: ::nV : & '

;: crew,consisting ofJjfeisOoswo ,'where'":be%as-engaged In. they ar.: \ :Vl'- '" ,tf, Tim* Tatl6 la Effect'July,S.189S. - : ." : f <; !::: T-i 1" ; ; --"V-a-V- "*. NV sSi '

? are to man thC.amths'whiterun.c + the 'engineering,..oops'-,: .the',army: ; 'I'_ .'. ." :> : .'-. i3INOMh.- NORTHERN -' NoSa No 87 : ,:.are-. .- -x':rindescnbabm:4j-- :_ .- --' -.f V. t lovely. 1, ''' :-and- :. ;SO- :->?W T fc l'4: fl !
,, derTCaptain: Delano;ari1yedondayn1gh&n4rejstered i Mrl Blackburn; was :'with''the. cor' In, - Dai! 1DauL 1F01NT8Daily Dally j-t -. >.. .
; ; pa. Tfesbylerlan,Bong. Service.O ;?>;'reasonablei ;Sirprice.. 1'< ..> .--trt::;
athCB1scayne. and around Havana the 'a BOp842al L..Jacksou'c1fle.'As a 15a 9p -i7
:during Ja.f :> .' 'y i': !
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w'"ing'to theab'encof"the / 7)p 's.Yu1ee.i'M: *;: ; 'l' --
pastorRVjWi 8403 850p # i ;
: t-TbejcO" : ..fstofftrocerand f - ill" the'. part of. June.: ,when; the war was,at its, ;;, )vl Faris, w'bo,*iiCpr! h'at ,* SISpAf00p ,A Fernandina .tv 7564703a 700p, 0'".' ;'l1l ',< ,' 4 fr". ,. ' -- -. ."' "
1oweflcbeOftl 1 eeL : ::9a5a_ 9 '**;-. ..Everett.,..,-* $45p62fia -. 'IS. 1
an effort: locate the i' 'l ;
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tbe-Greve. ;next Sundaymorningandevening ; .v.vixsp V iy Brunswick 4. 54Op : ?
. Do not forget that' we carry' the jpretr of attack,,upon. }}the,:city: 'Hewas' aisb I, ;there will be'DO: service, at thePrespyterian' ItOlp1206p I35p405p 'Savannah'Ar T ii*Savannah 1&*,' 5 lOs -447p 440pCharlotte. ;ShOc.: y ; :'f iSx i* 5i J

tint ofladiesand'children'! shoes to at Santiago and San.1 oao. Mi..Blackburn 'piviifor-Sundiymorni 15p 15a Ar.Fairfax. O..Lv Siia flip : sl--
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a .be. 'found. In. the city .. :I': \e pmle. ',himself: very; 'much 240p 2 495 '";.Denmark tTv 2.24a. I Sip > u.: V. H1S.TE'Ji>*S-?'--
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', : 1rTB01IY'.Bjoa.-, i I pleased'(' with: 'Santiago. -Duringjhjsabsenc ! Ingi :Jn th ;eveninghoweYerYat 7:80o'clock ::93p I5Oa't.'AngutaOa.424at ,".CotumbIa.S.0.- H 124;? llfi5a800p [f "" i r-- X1, .*&% t- ts $.\/jG.Z : -i >.S '-j jv
: % - -- ; : therewlikbe J lay and: song ser .... 125* -Spartanbarg-" ;'* : '
A3; .\ ...A. ff. Lang", left-at theMxmooLIs. *' from}Miami,he gained! thirty' f rlces- tOwbichillarcodiaIlyIi: : .?> ;Tl5p*;;' ; C i4 155; '-.AshitIeN.O.: ', vM.!;: !?5P1020p S 25a825p ,S.' We .have}a1vays l\} :been.. J leaders. ;iri.; -r:.,:> 3jj. *:.::
: ,olBce:a ;few : al..IIDee.. stalk of sea pounds in'weight and Ifl as,brown as abadEea 'r-* 5 % -
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-.- , 'Island' C cotton; : two 'le'kr.:old, grown .. ;He; left';.this,1 weetfjfof Jack, ,evening's T/ted.-: .-f611pwirigwin;; .,:!, .: i be.> \the. help 12 1Ip lOp ;."
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t: ,without, cultivation: 'or. fertilization'; iontlie'tejOin: ; 'Mrs., 'Blackburu, \ and 1 '- ripGaiM: : S40a 521$ ; Ribmon&lsnJn 200TT ; > ; : 'SchoolSh'bes -' : -t. i
-: -1 ", ': **' "*- KJahd 'fribsF/stylishi Our 1- > -
i. tp i IisP4uj-Ctaoirsud" Congre gttlon.IPMTW ., 3353 1633 -p'i'4dp Lynehburjc,",CMlriofle ,viWe- J!'! 210t i : .v t .,* '": _ - "p M!

<- "large and full of boll* of open cotton. Miami:with him..: -_ -,- ':<. \: a 42:1 WashLngwu.. ii Va 104358Od \ rafei6Wfe; 'wil0- A
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;New: ? (neckwear., AnthPn (Bros' ,Plorebelel-Jiind-made,, sbOsaAnthonjcBroa' : .-' .FlaiasB. tfy1UD dueL-- ,_' 10105 S6p .I'hu1deTphla.M, 120a liOn V" *->" '--5-. "' iili4-- 5- -' 'VMLV '' *.,. *.
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< \ ,'father of'.Mrs.EdwinKeUbnarrivedio'the : ':4Anteabo1r- ; ,: ;. tOOpfAr.tEveret.J.vi 7os5laa '. ',. )r"l' '; "l- f'4": .:-'J '
: : : Beminol. In f ull)'ifr visited. the GalaWeek i : ; < 745; 4 1051 Atl2flt3.fr: "-Ill O61 5 ma ,: s carrrYav'htccl lri O : 4 .
t- ':' city-Wednesday hlgbt and will 'i.Jea, 'roaa.Paato, ,,,, ,4 lOs 84iCbattano ga..1 l50pIl000p ':: ;
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_ v : ; :: daj-s visiting knows 'the.:1 'rJbr a x6f 'theETergiadeivtoi m-i '
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t;.. -f .'hI.dAuht rndnspectInth, : sur? perfection! and :could 10...Songt.' .' .... : l" !lee at 4 3i5 p.nu.FeraaikUaa at(1:20 p,m.Everett >
,F poundIng farming country.J lie: tsof : ., i at 7:(5 and arrive Brunswick at 8:4()p:m.fcNoJi3mrrtTe .< FtmllishiiltSX&1
'a; I pick hJs; way bl1rilfpld .d. ,When.'hel ,. .. . ;___-:,,_ | at Kvertto mt,7:*> a. HL. aild Gdllts'

: r'well tv;_,,. ,pleased_. refardiifg"v"Wv--t he future-X: pro? I passed: 'Intb the":crystal maze'nnd'saw_ '-Millions-- ;-g Given.Away.- a.leaves m.and Fernandlna urtres at 7 JMksonvilie:r.5a.nu;arriTes at t HO Yule&:m.8:59-. '

1 = himself:reflected-a thousand"thri sbeI: i1.1 ia certainly i gratifying'to&publioto '.Nos.81,'7V35 mnd',*T make'connections. for
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;; Bnnuwibk,arriving KnuMwkk! 4:30 m. and
.... :, _.,, ::i< erQIII idk.elntS&thC'c : cOn hihat'hebadstru&awhole1wiieIzthidehrIto': :; :"know of'one concern'io the land who 8:<0 p,n$.respectively.: ,' For New Orleans p. trmto COlltRTST' ;
,;Arcaderestaarant, , "frait'..stand.a rib \: erf .CbocktW8ln warVatn t i'i d arnot.'afraidto'be; ; generous: to theneedyand leaves JaekaonTttle 9 M a>in.with through sleep. /! :
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f ; suffering Tbe:proprietors of ers,; arrlTinjf$ t Hew Orleans1i40 s.m.- .0nl1'thrOoldl -'r'- sf :
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., y. way: Dr., Kings New' Discovery.Tor conaamption from Nev Orleans 6fp.m., -rV. -
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:,: .' r;b.;SioriandfaznIIjand. LV. f l J jt: tJi ::1.bi': fJ I cough and colds have :given'away < swITqcAa szavitz." -1 S '- .fi-w- vaneiy V ancffcheaperthano ,

.:...t.n Taylor;ofLezIngton'Xy.,1rr1ved: J tiposetoiop more than,he o uld l accomptish. ; .Aftf.r over ten million'trial :bottle of bit greatdwin'andbaveth.aatisfaction of ":Kew-No-33land York and S Jacksonville* Fast: ..UaiV Sletpen the Cincinnati between -;* & ?--t, < '-* : :, ,.; > >;vf" -4? __ __

"' '': <'""--i .the;'BIcayneIastnIght.' They :pro.teMETzoPoLIs: : gluing Tent: to"awhoop'r: ,two einaflatI knowing,it, baa';abaolntely;cured thonsanda Sleeper AsbevUlejc"", . '\> ., ,':-- ever 1nown ..- z ,.
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WpermsjentyJn Miami ing, frbm a bonntifol rio4. :and 8 carry Ihrootfi Sleepers between -
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. bopeleea caeeo; cAsthmav bron- Jacksonville New'York in'connection: with
I(: b t-ID' iDit ,, * ma" tueke4o'awat.u-Qder; :'. hlsgaud'; dill is;hoareeneaa and:alL diseaae*of the A.13,"1 and 14 with i Pullman"Sleepers- ,between, "' : to p1ease :; ;f

1. "" aia, not learned.,.(:'rbqare: prominent> ,hirti', be" :'was"'ecortedoot. :by. ,Vpt&icer,. .. thrbatvcbe and:,,lonic are sorely; cured JaekaonvlfleaudTampa.r"No.sctarriea the Cble1nutt-and- Florida: Limited : : _
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I&DIES' IAROAINS M.: .K. Lyman went to Lantana Fri- Mr, Lee is ,making a good<':deal_ :;:bf '... i. ".) : -Boom' '*-? -'k".- '= j!':'."faA11:80 -
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tI AMONG NEIGHBORS day'afternoon on. .the babe He returned progress preparing his land for'an, ;: E rroa lITJIOI'U. v P I uJ'f: I. aI
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by train the same night. early planting. :': 'ee.by'tluifrMKTRbpbi.Is' (the 11thiusL'that r > \}

'; ,, r i'Ye' have several lines of Ladies' Shoes that Robt. Cromwec f1 :.there I is,a.:movement oq foot;: '.'-tl!!' x 'r.40--.w.'
Notice'to Correspondents. spent Sunday in, There was a large and enthusiastic :
4-W :bought.yery' cheap, so we.sell them cheap. Correspondent should take pain tog t town the guest of Miss"Effle Tucker. gathering of farmers on- the Anipattati for,an.. electric_ :;railway fromjMIamltaCutfer },: )*:-, i- :?' ...
{' theIr letters Into this office by Thursday raorit-- and also LemonLityand SnaksTCml '
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.._ Ladles Tan Oxford. Ties worth . t tug or Wednesday, erenlng'a matt.t> Our space Mr.:aid Mrs. Chase andlrs.: S. 8. farm last Saturday at,:3 p. m., and= I im :intilrdii'liblnktha't'iiitent ;: \: -t. I.':"
; { ti ; $i. o. rice 7C cramped. and to insure publication the let the ( called : : ;: I J. 't"4j;;; ,
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ten of correspondent should not be< later Llnto /spent Sunday in town meeting was or' electric, ,would bef pro1 -
'Choc. LaceShoe : railway : .
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worth $ $ t't)
:2A z.5o, price i.5 than Thursday moraine. We Btlll need a cotrexpoudent to order .Lieut. Smith was, elected '
: at Ft Landerdale Ualland. Cutlet. jetted soF-goon:'fnn: an_ 'article-11eon-| : '' '' ;'
a J.6. Miss : : : !
Kate Richards -
and
: Top worth .spent H. :
; Vesting $3.00, price 2.00 Liken. Blllotu Key and Planter. will someone chairman and W. Mitchell secretary. "
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do the work at these places Keep fow hours in town t-funday the i tributed to 'your'paper: :February: 8; f- t7.j, '
your a guest After the of
,, I1' .. . :-Dong.. Vest. Top Shoe 2.50, price 1.75 section to the front. We shall to glad to sera stating object the 1898,1 said : "predict.:greattsings't t'':: < = ,. t
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zt 'on all w41LCOCOANUT o f/ire;"Y..W. Blackmer. They came meeting, which wan for the of ,
; ,, Pat. Lea. Oxford Tie priced purpose for the city Miami It is ,' Y" H
I 2.50, 1.50 Boos Magic Ii ; pos f :
,. tip from Ratone in Mr. Richard'snew taking immediate steps to secure good ; .
: }Call..arid examine them. *. GROVE ITEMS.: launch: roads "to Miami, .a petition to ttiecounty'commissioners sible that .in the near futnreWlectriecars i'< t :,
: will be running between Cocoanut';' : -:.- ';I\;; .,:}..
drawn u.p ;
::w f JOHN SEWELL & CO.HLVTtifE "DOTS BY.PINE.:" W. W.Blackmer spent Sunday. with was Grove'and Lemon City;" aJ.1d';6eb IcI-' : .. f :., 1 "'; .
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his family. signed by everybody present ... ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Broudgesst ,are/al 1 how soon my dreams are to be,realized J "
he Shoe People. ,.. ; This was the first meeting ever held. .
What does this vast denote? > Jib'
activity these days. Before these lineal. Linton has a mysterious disappearance on the prairie and the attendance wan enterprise. *
reach the reader 'Mr. Broudgesst extecta. case. Mr. Latban,who came here ;while enthusiasm displayed Yea, the' rapid filling up of:-:theraratrtvdUtricU ; t 'j.. ; :.. t J.
good
great was
GLASS THATCH EERS bis broteer and bride from Germany -I from Santiago, he said, rented' J., W. on all sides 4 ;with 'they }industrious'yebmaiiry ., ., ; -'. l.:,.; } ..

... . -.- l-v: on a'wedding tour, and/ he bustle -!'; French's house on Boynton Ave. He who in'turn will,purchase! tneir;. .' 1;: t-?: ;
of.preparation and pleasanttexcitemeptof lived there about two weeks and suddenly "y supplies,fromMiami... It Is die coon: r

erc.4 anticipation is keeping hands 'dlaappearedileaviag clothing, The Negro: Soldiers -, try' tb t'butids'; up the towns and cities' t ", .

\ and feet on the move. We extend a dishes and 'all'bis. household' goods inn From the Hartford(Coon.).Times.. It is 'jny prediction .that -,wbentjtbia: s* :.:., .
water. cream
[ ;il yf. p t'' .food; :drink and medicine on a cordial. greeting in ad" ceo the 'houses 'He paid bin house .rent The "negro immune" has completely. ruadis;; )coropietod 'she.: population. of .1"l .
w and demonstrated bis unfitness add 'must Miami i a.will-Increase: ;ooo : for :,1
warm"day, and/our; dainty fruit Ugh! Frost, snow,/freezing and in advance no one knows why or : t year ; t.
r where he went.,, go. Negroes make efficient'fighters qulte'a !number'of years. ,I also i'pre'f' ,.
blizzard the Northwest. a I ;
raging through "
phosphates, etc., notpaUte' '
vfiayors, are dict.'tba' r'tlhe-on '
when ,drilled and officered as a part101 of the enterJ j' a ""',.
We are, getting our'i inningsnow We are 100010., have a new name.,
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; f ::tickler*, but are iuvigorators priaeathatywill, help'tugiveateidX' ,
< ; : the regular army. But a volunteer : :.
as an offset to be mosquito : Linton is to:be'changed to ; ,
e. stomach ) season Deiray, a
tbrt'tone the and and large of ; l '
circulation
especially if officered by meu. of. "tbeir: money among r
; two months ago/ Michigan name for.Micbigan;: people.
reduce the temperature; \ own color, they seem to be worthies,or the. merchants.. U -t.--; 3'41-' .
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_ I _ Upland truckers are calling for rain. more than worthless. General Wood "We 'reap:whit 'we. sow::>. Liberal YI, i i2

Minjj'r.u' Store It i.'almost impossible to set out' plants /"LITTLE EIVER"LACONICS.:! has asked that;all four "of :the 'regi i inducements. _must,be.offered to get.in1veetmeutfaifd .,/ r

., . ., while.... the ground is so dry. -1 > ments' sent to Santiago be recalled,'ant ': ..iniltistrtt .:open, P. ; f'

if ABTHUR- ?F..'LANG- Rev.*J..B-
Proprietor/ row 'escape from serious InJuries'not U of his recent, accident. He places. An incident. .which- ibowa.how' have.it, iri"theit:power; to pare the:way:..: '.. ? '} ?':.

long 'since. They were 'on' the way ''elloff.his. packing house roof ,with much reliance is to be\ placed."on ',the for the future.. deveippme a or' Mtami!i; yo! j '

homettith. horse and vehicle and when ;wo heavy:pieces, of terra cotta pipe. colored volunteers occurred at:Maco ; There are several" . I t JD..ga'to be-done,, !)

'Just.over the'bill the; horse took fright Ir'.Littlefleldlsan' ,unusually active. 1 1i Ga.;on Wednesday. The Tenth'reg- which Will&; be" itroD'g.inducements. ; ; -'Vt'

1G n and away he_ went 'utterly beyond .the nun and ip bis flight' ; through apace l iment; of'<<:colored i mmunes' arrived : First, exemption;' from tautioa'for. : a; .. ;o;

rwri strength. of Mr. Bolton to 'control. qaanaged i to keep on top until be 1 landed there.during.the day from Lexington, number of year*of;,manufacturing eat'Ir,1 &..
lbfrty' feet below "terra cotta" ., terprhieesthe, donation of; land[for J A1" .
: ".Always flndOb finest fabrics for After"running a .short distance he on Ky. At South,Macon' thirty or' fortyof : ;
woolens led off one'side Into'. the woods andoon His'wrist was badly cut and required a them; with sidearma; attack: building etc.lvili'Ittpa"to'dg:"-,,,j't" : ;{ ... .. ":. -,
soltings r''trouserings or ; both Mr. and Mrs. Bolton were number of stitches. ,but Is healingnlce1 ed. a store,and ''threatened to; loot 1 i it : ,,, this f1T: .i.7' .The.( P 'k
Lr that _at, ne 'andertheskillfultreathentof I \' .
Dr. unless their demands cigars arimaoufactnret3bere'abd sent'clrcuUtionlbere .t '
tHrown'out. of the and atar ( ; were complied : :'
store.,' 'R'e carryan ezcluelre ands. ? went the horse. After. wagon picking tbemeelvesup.they DePuis! of Lemon City. jfjMrs. with;. They'then formed'a line".cross off; ..the.moQf1omHbaek;; and puUI1"' : ..., ... ;)

keliibIe stock of.-,ooiicti itl lei. ,,;. ; found no serious pbpafcal'dimage \ Geo. 8._Adam" of West Palrn{ the street to ,,prevent' :anyone being; ? 'ID closing i 'I must ire- 'ti.r': / :

: .t :v1n' e e thin*. t>NiconsUtutee' bad been-done,butt eJ Beach, has'returned home after.ypleas- sent to call for,,be)p. They faitcd-to. iterateilitUeowhat.:! = ;was in my! !** *, -OJ. :.-.... .+ ?II fxt,,
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r t le aod beauty In fabrics,indt :- r- eatdvlt was considerably wearing on ant,visit to her r lati'"eSGeo.1V.Selr8' cut the telephone dire; ,however;' and letter'ftc* .oJ *SL \ -'T P-/- AIf. ;

w l lit; Rnisb an&make;. youa '' I the genres.' The horsTSfco escaped In- family.: Mr. and Mrs. Adams formerly a large detachment provost?'guards. :eVtbenefactor'baVdone* "}I r.! H.:'M.'FlaglerFlorida'greatthings.great-. .t .. /... z i ;"' ,.:n

fioit atv oes tbit on canicoutlidera ; NrJ,'while -tie wagon was much de lived in temon'City,-and their friends under; command oftea plain: r.Bailer, for:;Miami 'and-the Baycountry; He; .. !

; mia"gift. .. ; ' :3m4kI' moralized. bare.,.., le, 'rlfwi'th.' g.jat'1iul. of. .pleasure irrivedigd' with'fixed' bayonets. forced has:;opened;up the"waste 'places) and-' : ,."-. '. ".. ;:&&f
h i d made tbe wilderness,to.blossom Hketbe. < '
and the negroes into- lot aod,:arre tthirty J- :-1.
may:
Mn.'E.JL Garretson, sister to Mrs. that'tbey\: ?,return ; locatepermantly .. weYetmarcb'eitothecityia rose:l !Now it behooves tile enterprfsine ->.' ': '-10- r
of them They :
: '' : at Little River. : Or'MIami to,catch the In :1
A plL.'Taapp; : arrived witb.'her',son in ? I.: '- *i'A -**' i.tizeD'; :. ; -1", (.. !.f :
a J.'. H.', MIAMi tWOrove recentiy L --uttin tiF.'Moffat /' splration'aud; :fosterj'enterprises'tbatwill :lea;
w : an1 have taken ,", :
theRocklouse. up .. is g: up4 a: residence i u 4 -. .I ..,....-. "I;t. ) .irr: tnrn: develop'the'Magic Oityhe .;"'}:-; ,-' :; if
their domicile In '
We on the JLittie Rtver prairie. We : ''i. :t, tt_; 1lf! present i& tbe supreme moment'to'r' ':: ; 'I. ,' -.'
understand, vMf8.Trapp. ; ; expects.. herhpuse'to have.a always claimed Ed and his familyas . .,Fot'Bsnt. . act; Jet=not ;the:"ball*;cease to roll.': \. :; ,.' -
be full,this winter. <. TheRiverVfewHot; loppositeterminal : Mucbrbas': eudone-thisebould'eudone-thisebould; : ; betbeiincentiveto'domucb . )'." '
r :>oj -1. ". Little River, people, ,while-Lemon *station,. ,containing-: largeForinforma .more. '"" "Letters": commence coming to thepTp&tibfficevhere City claimed tbeoi: too./ We are glad rooms besides ,kitchen. = present,,'momentum{should ,be accel-r: ,'.%'$- ,,' :' -;

l directed to P. C. Ran to. see it.settled In;,.our: la or'l"....*.1.iMessrs tloo call on or address . ' era ted v this is no time for indifference "; !i "' ;,, '-t
l ''sott .rid Mrs. Moore: So. ,we presume I-- I ,., a 'V / O. B.-.P.ARKE..., _')' ,
( :ShW. ..and Toms, who> recent 6-S8-tf-.fs-w.. : >- ;LeeoaCity.,' :N oY.21,1898.: ;:'" : ; '- ii
/I tberjntkr"residents *111r'aoon'. be + '.' ..-. .; : j . .. 't't.' >; N: _t."f<; :1' :: '
to truck firmharey . ,.,
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"t. name hereexpecting t ;
arc -among: ';;:,';,,,:,t.;"us-.s.again.s"":J", .;s. "' returned:.to Philadelphia! *. :;;"Mr.' .: : "'; :t' ; < J +:" : : :: 'i : 'Y : f '{
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'. 'A card fro m;'Mr.Kirby to tbe Bock' Shaw's,health was not,goddwhiehiIin : ', '
House'says: he expects to be here: very -as the,rea on,of(their returnVbut. ; i
;w+ MIAMI ADEN ''IVIZ E BTILIZERS. .- soon' ow.' *: 1r -, it M said tbiaconntry has'loeiitbcharmhem = : *
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;yt k'r a + 1 -*' ''" 0( 1..1; < _" for, 'One of.teeoldlece{ carriedthe i J1ftMi: $ ; { :
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,. ,Wi call the attenUon of.tb people of Bar Btneainif to one atnckof Staple + ,/ I ; ,PI.ae.JJ'ex; Ttin! g theee.Ko/.l< V r ,*ad Fancr aroced Trait and Food Prodvct of all kinds: also out stock potato,this'week- weet,'Early Rose k Witb'bh ,These young ,
i ;1' ; riot Orals, Hay,Bran,Cotton B *d Meal,Grotfafl Food and Wheat. ;'.; I 'spentnast' winter; with"Win.Freeman :;: '
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and Red ChIlI Send in orders'at melt : ; :
:' W ; rthe oalt'boos on Bar Blscarn. eallju xclnstTely la tn abort. t ; your .J.;' .1 k. : ,
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1;dine of good.. e boy dose and. will*U doss. vie lavlte your correspond-. : I .F r / "rr T' V f.." .. To attend the, .:'w 3' _
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4 # eon and rtront -,' 1'err A .I r E. L" BRADY & CO. ? .t- ;& ; '\ .I J' .1 -' ,;., '' ('ofk.J.1 :1 .. . ; ;, : ; f'r" >'.: ,. \.
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iII -,.. The construction train of .." E; : ; ; < .1 "
drites'between I the\P; ; v"r" : ;;fo ;
ef. f. : Carriage fi Miamisrid: C;Ry> has.beeri; : here for a.: w"ek':pastextebdiug I. ; f :: -
rGrbye'i'are: beglnningrto'bemorei ; "'
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' the Bide tract to doubfe' itsformer ; < cLad1e : ;S. I' : :
x frequent-r;;sure-indication;that;the ; .' P1i1' a e. .
tourist season has cbmm'enced.4; ..; capacityItis ;reported' thatthefjdepotrpiatforin ? '
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'"' 'Tomorrow J,J((this being,Vritten. : on 'llarg -: : : :
," 'r. ? ; i, +" aJj J: 'ez: crT 7.,;prelection ; V VT ? ; -7 C lf-
; '; j ? the kid) le'Thanksgiving day ands the is badly needed and as..the ,railroad
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t& 1'w r note:ot' preparation, t,'e.
Royal Christmas Glfh "volceils';being;; "beard:}In";'the ,.land. i 'doubtless' ,be.: .done . .w .:.... .. .:-,' 'y1- .-- " -'>' ,-'/:.- '.... '"",k't1'q-$' __' :; .' =--: 1 :.

. J: ,' ThanksgiiingturkeylxP uinp kin pies! in.time"for tbeshipping season'. -r. ":J''a't'L t if' p'.aiiyfl 1.Jtk + :
il :will i 9'
What memories they.bring jipT'Whatanticipatioh I;. "", .:t. ; rd -' .f CO, x-. ,
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,.--r 4ft' Would. .be the l long-wisbed-for_ npi,,7*? i.. :they, ;create. Ir. : s',: ,. re What a liiI-'ili r with:the "'Laconic more 5 Ladies': 'and_ :Children's' : hoes:- : "'1.,' U..P9:: ltl" e.Yd! : :' 'iC' .ct.I" :...):::1..._-
to date bigh White l tk ', ' . :;f
:g; grade ,bicycler 1 : 'J ; ; ", ,.
> "'A -Thewjra! ligilt, }td equal- it]:|n' I :*: :Hariy?:Bruce and;wife:,'aud,. .;:"T.Cirtei *? faaybodjieoutgunninngforthewriter ,sell. out those IJiavedn, . ..,.--stocK., >;at" first.:'cost: .,-'; : :'- ;': ?f :"fJ ..'.
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-. .. ;atod wife have takeii' dtant : MrrBOJOLisJwill:; '.e'ta' Sale w"ll"b' 1R '' ': .- -y', -. ...;;iF'f.. '' J.
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;: long. list\ot, holidayrnut i g denials', P. ><;". ., ... egln_ 'j ' t. :1'i ": ;: '
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''- I of the Ioyr1eicurslon rates'ad ; -" }'C; .!:'q..: .r.V. .t..t .'. ;/',: -; :-_ :. ";(' ' "fry:. ., 'f"l.r ;...
.We on .,.
have with gone ..
.goods; ; them lamps; : Ind", 'LaconJcs' (b' tbejist;. "? ( '''. "!> ft\ c / ..a't.. 1'.1; ;.. ; _
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:; r ,""""* ;bells"cycibmetew; i,, ,,:tool bags, :re-: ,:,,1 a,. trip, "to :.Jacksonyiile.) _;;:;hey; have '.. 'jl1 >r .: ? 9; 1 llU
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combined businesspithpleasoread .t!i: : ( iy' 'V.e'm" 'e'P' t ..
; pair kits oils I ;lubricants;and. e.'I. 'I thus : crn4ay !,. Lt : . '" ..,.
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; ., killed she; (;,two-birds I -. .'... A'l'TAJ'PRAmIE"-. '.,;;.. ,... ' ;,' .' -- ,. .' ,.' ,' ,.,. ....' ,
outfit at proverbial .
; reasonable 'prices.f ( '
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!.! :\:;:::; q _,, $,.:\\1-' ..." .J ...&r .,'IM-s. ''.-.f'--- r"x'. '- .'- '..;-,.. -.<::!:'ia 'i;.siF ,I IA with.one...stone'J- > ; }....., % .!' (.', (c'Tres\t!{ ;:Kwfoot' (tt; 'Whiteman_. 'are ;.. .,andcontinue, I. }until! thelast: pair i 't sold.JlJiaVe: : % fullSame !r.. ,\../ :tik
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;, :o"i:'1:" 1. i--.. ft, '. .', I .Mix CulberUop' ; !,iinforms uVthat Mgr=: moving! theirdalryJrom! the pid'Wagnerplice =' .Stockton_ : handtbutquote? ;;prices o" a-few; hnes'onl; ,';. '. >i.i.iAD ..-.: < ? ,
''' Wetzel :
: / '' the: dentist,who visited.,us;a ,1 out, on tbe'Pralrie.,1 ..: : 'ES S LI ESt: Carlisle ; {Grade:;< : '. .t
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t i ) ) MianjiCycleCompany.= : year ago, bar up)4.hia':mindto aDd. -' !... ... .. .; )...j.. .. .' ,;! ... i!" ."J''t: / .... ,
". .. : movedowli.'here::; ..; ,He baa disposed of ;;Mts. Harry>Scrugs:? her oDfU.h ':;: ,_. ,
: his property J;J in i 'Kerituckyr'aiidfelilsoon } ;r d&agbterI :Fleming, spent -< ,.1
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::1i"r.\ jhLace-regular;; prjce $3so..now: ; V: J 2.60. : : .::t.-. Jfel.
.' .o nen-&n, office here:,: ';';ePteebyte'rlan'.eeniceepat f< f l laa rJ neadayon; : their: ,lam;,super.intend --A"r r ,.,
.t\fitA. ENDER :SUCKINKG .PIG . f .." : ; tagt; 'e. aettingfottt" of tomatoplants' ,. j ,Same. :lri.Oxford,:regular rice$2J5ot:.now .r :: ?'I;75 :::; ,.....,, :.t ..;
- -, rrte *- '< *- > *- .: ,; fbe"OttlLchurch ' : :. ; 5==Same in outhern"Tles regular price$3! ,noW ;9ioi .., 't;
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evening. % ...:?-, : *' '- Mr;?' 0 Books r afforded the residents .Y :t.! Same'in' ; Qc'rOd9.rdru: ;: iiegt'p'n ,::il0W? ; ioo. ._.';- "l '

,%t 3-..; ;i! < Dl:Trig tas: etoast good.;for"of'beef:change: or'lamb After:;" ... ;'.,';.' : .' .r- A' .:! ..... ."c f i!=;the Prairie>::great, deaf;of :. ';Same. ;ln:Choc: Lace;,'regular' lp'ic( f: know! za; 5"= 1if"! :. : ::

4:7ourThaaksRlHag. tnrkey ,Mgf7 .LINTONtWGIO;.' . r ., >. , amuse. ant"\on'Wedaesdayecumiri g : Fine"'IidButton 1 TeR3ctPf1c!! .,$.i o, nowr2e., .#. .oo t !l?: );::7. .+ l' '
_ '. with .a: ;bicycle; "a'j recent;; purchase.I .C: .FineiKid Button riceI; o now' .' '.;
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.'pork prodaete'in"'Gams $ :4i-
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-: stock''of )[r. :Dewey' 'and :MrChaaecame: When.1 'tseep'he vras'. getttng'alorignicelytf ., rp I't"-'t" ,, ,

. t'1':".:bacon- ln4 fresb;porkand sansages. / down' ; from "Boynton/Wedne8dayv, by- i ctl.loo as,!LU; ,. Hooks Tan'Qxfordst regular'.pnce.ti: r.oo-noyir.: .; r .. . --- ..-t"1..: K ;

; ...:"!.t _. :froia'4the, ,. 'bes'Df, d stock;; boat'V....: ''' mastertbea 'Canpass Oxfords regular .65 << !
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:_ 'indthsome.. '. SM -'. ;iMrs.jiB.,TayiorJBpentTbtirsda3f; at_ wheel t :' ", -, > : ii ,. : ;: Kid Oxfords. regul: pliCe 1:2'Sir; '. .75,: ) :i5i, \ *., -

."d-t:>:?. .;F(\-.':' ". .j' .,.'. Nest Palm Beach;; % .::, -"-.; '. :-,:Mr. 8; W.'Douglas' .baa lad'bls hands '. Don'rla Oxfords regularr; price J,:$i.5 o;;nowi 5F, .7 :,' ,

C B ,: RAULERSQl- { ; i Mr.,..'Smithy: a:.woman, 'preacher ; full;!ban i ing lumber! .for_ :Mr.:Downlng's,. 1} ,.Children's' Shoes "If!. :all} stles I :colors- andsizes. ", J\;: l' # ?- f

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; ..t .: ,':- .' -, $- .in on Thursday, : 'Dlgli 'I_ : - - : r JBt: ; TMessrs' ; -' ' b- ? rr .f- !, '!7 ::2-5c.to; $1,25.' ft "' \

: ;-f.;. 'MIAMI,;FI.A. train. ''Bhereckoned' the was quite: 'a l > '.-'Chandler :d'r''Gansman -are .: > ,. . '.. :- .. -";, .:-:>
' .r t. f 'r curiosity. in. these' '_'parts.: ':After, a ; busy,-!setUng put tomato plants., L.. \ : As.a'special l';'' ind ce'mt: ..e1iril:; i. ;:ff>.call1F will r .' > .' 4, ,Jv"J '

;:)::1'!.: (lor.-Ave.. D anVath Street.. ,_ abOrt same.:acquaintance' others' reckoned. ... the ,t' *rt.-Cbestiey: set;,out'. .6,000 tomato. .'dEfer-the balance';of-m)t_ j:: : ,'f1. "" ? "., ZGppdSjlRtBJitiias 1:.' ":

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,."... ....... < winds and bath ore'of them took Shirt', lWr ers-Ca rid-SkirtWilt6e: ; : , +- : '}1 "
:\ ... .1."": "'" a lathe of/our-'farmers: .across the bill..: Curl : r :W:gists. ; .. p ;. , _;. ,..; J .. .,.J

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; ....? BUILDER HiGonnell went;to. :'.'Palm. Beach :t that be' .b at'a hasty,retreat .{., -;. .. 8'D; 'R' 1C'10"H"E'"N':- ,'.-. .'.-'..:\ ........ !1"I"''"'"' "> ,.

tJ\ Tuesday to see the doctor. .He was too on the .approach of ibje young lady',as ,, 'J'#>- ::.. ; <: Jf

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