Title: The Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00638
 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: December 2, 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: VID00638
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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!. ::1\':i' A piece'Sineh'Novelty! Baiting at..u .\.i-l.1.J./.13c!: ; per: yd;, of tHe jjhurchjtheconducted able-':.boardersi. :, nG1lolewell'i pucer <. ,. ,,
.. 8'pCoI0re4'Bri11IQUD ; 46 tnahea Ride ,..:..: n.37cper1d''J. . .\! : Presbyterian! i!:. toftp,aieClate. thesegrand:: ;bargatns.M! ;must= -'ii: .
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'.. t' :,.,.,, ,, 6 pi.oas Eiderdown, tt-: j , 19i and: ,b9operyiI j.. was postponed this ( ) even- J.;. l' ,1 ;of',>< ,* jj, .... -f: ; -t. > )" .j f"-1\0 ".--, 4t'c':
'>o .I *''-1 'V ; '. : ",-,, ' '" iag i ivben'preparatory services psill:bf, [Hayes' do :Raulerson havela;cbolcetippl1ror : _
;: .tSiIJiS' '- Silks. : ,: ,* 'b1thepastor -' ; -:..oranges,: ;apples; nut; can- Mattingsn..CarpetsRi_ "", {, ace', 'c. ur. sins. . { iTR
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,; ,. r # ' '' :H rman'rlfWarren: Reed I of IndianLake : are.sell ngat_reasonable, prices 526.tfNovembci '# ju *" ::. ,1 Ti>*ai.- .: ', f : n&rf..:

t,,., ':\ China 8atiaa.mll SakV 7 iochia..oursat.i wid ,: ili:color.'t&, '.w./! :>...j,-..;jrr/.a;-,r,69opecyd: 90. '7d
li".i."f t .K ,..... .tTaffe .tpO1wurwble and.Plain, at 7a, 90o' and $1.00 petyd; ": .'", the- .k .* .'!- '106 LadW,WhJt* Shirt Waiata, to cloee at.. ;.'.,..'..VivfX,. ,jw!-';;.vittB.' each'*: .. ', >k a>Miami aiid'wllt( ] [ purchase frnlj t d the'largest. amount pf'job printingd ":, ; ,:... ....;.. ... ,-, ', / "
;*. if.,,! _'..;;' :,Ladl.VWrappersduroolonat.r, -tVi: "; :>: f. .1..li\: f;.f."I: ;.l 109eaehYhe"Ladies' and\, vegetable lands for a future home. ring=:last, monththan dtiringJVny' :. ;.> : ; \ / ,,,:: i } i' .., ,

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:1 '.:<,.1ft: ,'t ,8.600 yards Colored Lawn .st.,!;";!.!;" r..:/.':-:;",.;-..; ...T".VivJyard* Ii"youtliK'i 'the.)(METBOPptf tife air ni en;we'are:pleased,to say,-appreciatep I Pnll.bleaohed Satin Table Damukt;worlb '1.00 to go.at:...:;.;-,:-eIio: : . t "* ,
:, -to ;:-.' 4,000 yard Amokeog Ginehani at,;L;wVV: .y';\t.-./i;>'..V00() yard u,see) today;, send*us' $1.60 for'" raptness;; good'.,work ;and businessr i Turkey.redi "fable DamaakWort.h'- ... .' .;:-;. ':" .i ; .......J.-,;,:. ..'.;.':--.';...; : ,, '' ,9-7a-i,.
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sr', !r ,Mdoien Checked Linen Towel* at.ar" ::;:.,.J..i. l" i..f..,..,...4o each the yeari "' "tf i! gThla! )is.not meant as a;;reiteeth' f ...nu (FnQ Size Bed Sheets
.- ;, 40-Inch Curtain Scrfm at.- ?', : .."& C ydHotw's V : .9n''prevl ," managements)of.: tbe S ee *,'er< large(bleached) worth S&tati irXtye\ :-gtLBeantifnl -* "
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'" ' ? >b '100()()(lent.P.00 Bate to doM at- .-.'.';...';., :t\,, .J :;;;:;t-i': Sl0e eRe 1/'j with jionorsin..: Krap.. f :i1F float r: ur LBdieaP ,;
.. j.,' .erEigat} Gttta Necktie to do**'*t., ,.".!.:...,.'a 4.-;i- !yIOO''M'l: ::' ", .,' ,writing:and; book..-keepings. .t;;: :': county :' charming and progressir' -1 r>v. tCh1'' eo8' Reefer: in all color and size*,worth |5.00j, at.,.,..,..>; &96vJp; .Crf t z
-.: :- '8,pairs' GeoU" Sox;-YutOoinhl",for.',.,.;;.:'..';.; ry. i. .a.:t:",';; IQ--: .-. ne- : ;jpung"women;.'illeft.: : "nbarsdayndrning vi:1Ieoa,Workin Pants; worth $U5t, 'L0, togoat.,!.::" :.:::: .1G4,' ''i '
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: '', '. ''100 dozen G &t**,Handkerchief to dose at,'...*.-.',;::.-,';;" ;;,;Owe astir:#.' }- i i I at L anytime now J prj her!fir* ih will i take a'two,yeara' the ; :
.. ' ..Big lot Lmdier Sailor Hat*to' aloes tA,'Ir,,\},." ,.<. -, q ....,., 'S. "" 'l ._ !....: nt..i;.,.,, J" 'f", "..",. ,! .. 1.19<,each.. :Nassau ,to!&fiami, ,: :and then'make per-( braining hospital,of, that, : place. j; :
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,-' A- ,Jairge' part'ofthe: material for.theColonial and wlU Jtlye..ler' ,'godspeed:with "SVe. .s--J h'cp ,',if '-' ,' ;);-;j-- "', I , .: ; ,
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: J large part: o(the finishing i work;.of jtbe '., >-: 9NT.BBOS.: :iJ! ? : :hundr d oars worth ,
Bought
'....,.f"." '. C4' .. accessoriw ofbuildingca? .said':'wlU I bet -: Pf acoctA: ('Soni','fnform; usj ibat the t"""> "" ""I' " ... ; .a, :-.'[a..W.'"' ,t.,,: :,' ... -t-PJ, :- ;! :-it:i.i' ::-?:::t1:: -'

\ I'I' nd' .R' December} ,-'i' ,: '! done; here which,: will! ;;!arnih: a large_ bic] cljsU!I ot'CncoinutGioveud: Hiami ; .,-r: +y eweasona',: ,_ Ie. ",!?Q'd".t. ; Jt .t '; : --5..4. ..

: : '. : . ; amount: rOf 'wofk, ..to;;'carpenters?the. \have.*made overtures: to them,look=: ',\. H;;.;.!C.t1 e..l'_.... .. f ,:-, k '.' :r.,: ." :';;'1." ,'I; :._( .""" .,' t"r- -:,.,if?;.,
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'"1 : ''i j ,:. :" ':' t.. -- .. > .--' .' . :l ", : '.. 'Men'ai women'daud" cbildre 1Vtl fl 's- shoes'..; aV 1 he" Grove and_ :thst they-stan ; ; : ; : ;

-: >lit. .-: >, 'YO"rs't:fore Honest,:Profits; ,,:;. :. : best that' oO"1. ,can buy; at dr 1,. ready tu'take: the ,initiatory at ps-'I; In : :, :
.. 'Alrragst: : $!os;; the: a rltth7: hiye:the,assurance iolidayTrade;
; ; ; : ; oi oiThe .{; : 'The City of ''Key"West left a iry'docS oft_ i e'co-operation'of the! wheel men 1 : : :: .

: : : at' Wilrolngt( ',-, .I>el.t I: TaesdaymornjJng : the,'platter- ., ,A goQl.racing'track l 'convent '- ' ,
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; .t ; ; \ the day:'toda1Ume to take er:regular -, jd} connection, ; with! the'nnerock; ; 'road F' ,_ i.And .you jJlt:dawell: : !1> to'ins p'eclour: ,- !i :F .'?, '

: : ; ., .__ i_, : ,run to Key< esC;'to-night provid-! from ',Miami,to.that;ylliaee,, would ondoub t, stockk before.maklnyour; :Qelec tons., "- :' "' ;' . *! :
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..,r ..,, t.. J "'W'ES'T..ES' tt jnglalie,has'not'met< : 'with_ bad, :weather tedly prove tplbejji: great' attrac- ; 1 "

: ... Marc.>-:' ., ,' ,-- : .; ';" ': ; : )00. .:. ' + to binder ..her. in',her; run.. , |She,'has Lion:\j'to' those' l i 'esiecsin: wheeling; :, 't'4' i iJ.'O {ji}:' tS'-'Y: : "
,,,,:3 ;. ', : : \ hail,anew .copper 'pl te. bottom"pot and:4ould certainly furnish a pleasant T N" B" R .
: .. ,..w' L. 'XIUANIES.Propnet.. , , ',1' i ; M1 "eM -1 T 1"a }: _, . '
; ,.. -- -- ( her while she was 'in.dry dock? pastl p1 a ir: 'great.manjr.: ,, .. k.C ; ; ; : : .
r .... ,,- upon ;; ,t, . '. '--.i. i ; : ':: .Mnagftr. '. ..... -4 ,... 1" LcE 'ft. '..Foi.atlice l cfean"sbave go.fo h6.U t bl ipeygoodt; ::in":: .the'jewelry: ;lineat I'. -"J'"" ' t -,.'', '.".... ,'... <. ."' ., "" "F'1iofj" ,. :-"" ..'.-. ,')- . ,, ;l< .- .,'- ... .;& 7c.. .:......

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: : ,; > :M.&AkULT.. "; ' C.G.zaTirn. the key1 to.,the islands( : arid to\\,South :-' -.. "' i'i'Z --- ' ' -c-' --' - - -- -- -
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''tf America., Why has she nofPa ture ,

S {tif fhe h :n llaiiii(Motropolis.e of commerce' bright were promise all ;that even she though could look'her UndertilnigBaby . : TUNK S

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f:,.., mwnaay foiwardto., Once again ,we 'say Sunday : ,
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: next is an epoch in our, .:hjjtory '
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_, ,. ,: ; .JB.ay: Biscayne Publishing Coinp&n1, a city,which Is of great importance.On t"1 ': .. : i :

that day .December 4, 1898; the \ > ,
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; kllUI. DADE COU1lTY..n.o DA.
-. ,J' .q steamer, Miami will make tbe first Embalmillg I g \ : A1 : ivitting
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: .. The mrit Southern Newspaper pnbuahed OB clearance from this port to Havana.v : i : >
I ',<- julnlad of the United ftutea at tbe.' : _,. "
c moat iHHiihern railway terminal. :< -:---- ,'_, P 1 > .r : t4 '

:i..:T'h: : 'pUE CROP'SCHEDULE.. "
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'I .t:." ntr.4 in the Poitoffle* atat 'Kta.l norl4a

'I ." < eond
1' publishes a schedule of the vegetable ;

:'. :; Subs ftI7oiiR&tu., ( crop: ,for the winter of 1898-00 for that

'"!--"t', 4,. .>'f',,__x.BK-nthi.yef_ ..:.....- "..,".."..'..!",'.'!'.".".;.".."...".".". 1.00'OO section of Dade county lying south of 1: ..* .: : : 4 '

; ThoM paIn;ta dv&nofl1 recetva a year1* New Biver on the mainland. This RefrigeratJrs
."l'. .t v-'tabtcripUon fit| IIJO, and six months ratfBcrtnttoa ir
for 7i e ntajr TbU is a liberal dU- bas been prepared from our notes at a haie i

,. i 1.j. eun1toinucsatiicUysdy&nepym.nt, large expenditure of time,:labor and 'J .

;. 'JIj .* ' WI money. Tbe estimates are fairly ac- P '
I'd't: "' -Advertising Rates. ) -. i ;
curate.'They are accurate enough to : -
.y > nrotJK.bvx. .oir*;TMaEJt sIx / OKICOlMKr --f.c--
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demands. :
f: ;W'-- Mo. MO. MOS.I "ItA" meet all practical There are ;
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4 . I zsh.,1Ioo"$2oo$4oooo$1OO'Debe... 1M, ,S 00 SOD 10 SO: .1800 probably some omissions' and :some ,, Gasoline Stoves : :, I : RUOS
IIDebe.?.,: t 00' COO. 800 WOO .2500 : wrong'estimates. We Ask that where
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:' fC tJrrbn.s O 600 10 CIO woo woo "
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4 t. ,6tnle0I) 409 880 1100 MOO 15 W these -.are 'discovered that the person I iF
., etncbei.:4W$00 14 Oil 9400 M2Tinchfr1.U GO it 'q .
p. : making the discovery notify us ,of - - ::
- I 0O'00. 1S W ,t700 48 MBlncnMl
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:t 1'! > I M 10 00 II 00 110 00 .M 00 I by mail_in. the event.that the.error is 'L'ook.I
-, II 00 :81) 00 3300 'SO 00
4 Incnea '.7 00 :
: eoI). 700 1200 Ii 00 86 00 ftWUtoC& i of;any considerable importance. We 'Lo'

;"'-" i-t i: '. : : 8W( ,isoo U W 2ou 2400 C2 S900 oo -,,ttWnlneneavrsw WOO I have'not[yet!attempted..to make a trip! kl"c! On1yI175I

: 2$1uehe*. . 00 14oo noo 45O ,' MOO Keyliargo ,and Elliott's Key but .' ; J ,
-4;. ..r. $00 00- SOW 4800; .N00 : )
,' : : : 10 00 18 00 S> 00 *61 00 1800 shall'"do BO very soon.. Our estimates ,
ei.S 1080 100 34 00 iMOO, ;JOUO< : '
t-tIt: = shownwirly' acres of tomatoes,
.; I J 31 w 20 M Mt0s MW). JMOOilBO '
::1 ,.' == : It M -1800 SO 00 113 159 acres of'eggplants, besides a large F.or this large comfortable Rocker Fancy Crockery for Cfriristmasr
: j i 1&nche..:'U 09.:,1100 ,.0 00 .IS 01 '118 c1 : I ri .
t.: j.r10 in.(1 col) It BO 'T300 ,a.- < 00 I2HO acreage::of 'pepper* and, beans, and a ' A '{ : I t' ' ,
,(; .oral resding notices 7 cnfa per lln. ' less acreage of other vegetables,which Presents at the lowest*prices alt- i ; -' ;Vi ;\.-" '' R s;r" ..
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"ttf : carried in detail. Tbe :
not out t
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.:4 t .i'i .- tIi1l/FLORIDA,.DECNBE& 2.:189Ls believe acreage. Is of\more-.tom' a than toes'we double,are disposed that of last to .-i 1, > : E DWI N N ELS OJ

Ic Iit..ic "- le&r. :We have no data as to the.J lastcrop I .
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'm'. \ LGETTHEPBILIPPINE8., r and have to depend upon rough- ,.- ,.
-* C $* ; * ". thai t -
i 't' The struggle is'nver'andarticles'; ,o guesa'estimates. When-we'state* -8-r2-h.u-m < IA.11XI.
tbe acreage of tomatoes.is double that -- ,_ .
between the
:'pwcTare being prepared ' .. " h.
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.,: ," '. .secre1iksof the peace commissioners of last year we think' wear* safe.' As LINTON, "LOGIC.iliss .' J -, DJJEDTOf/ ; .MVS : --' ;Beater Wanted ,

: i ',of: lb.:United ;IB tales. and :'Spain' it to eggplants the same' we think.is true ,# VALUABLE .LESSONS .k', - For-tO acres of .fine: t mat land.at, '
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.,- : Paris, whicb.will be 'raUfled; ,.between There isa, ::largegeneral..increase: in Irene Bicbards went' to :Boca ;- { Utile Snake Creek,'Just ab_ Captain -1-1Fulford's ir
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.::l(: f. :the.commissioners'within*'!ek. Our .the'acreage' of,other vegetables. With Batorie, on Wednesday 'to Pend -" .e -'I: ) !.; j- / 5paai h.Warsblps.That:AreBeIng : .. Inquire' . this lDcet *

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BanXXOf! a, succeaful'wIuter, the 'same ratio.of Thanksgiving day at her father's! She wuitbi; ; Thor &h : :: .government pays rt < . f Utfllzed by YD Ji Sam. k'

'',!j, t t' her public Improvements.ln, .,the.Philip-. Increase ,can ,be looked for one;lear returned d; on the morning"train on- ? Modern SUam -, t t J
-' from' iow'BeaderajI1r: do, well. topreservethlsestlrnateuntllnext '' : !-- .
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day. :
-Ife 1 ipines.tTblaVbaa: ! "been' agreedto. : .c ) - : f' J ..
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nations whose, citizens l held l ; I year :-: rhaj'':..Wr- Eight Tfc_,.War, sad
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Olher-
4 < : ,. ) Holly
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> Hillsborp was town i
for" : the .eatimateawhich' 'ft'.C Them"BAT B... S.ePed
1 comparison wltlr W1.ahi.tX.Ivt11.-1a; HI*
"il'sX"8panl8b; leouritieafaJledtocojne( .,to : W Wednesday buying lupp .. .- '-- ---b-- ':- ,
..t tf Added t.r
.u.a1l .W.wA. Dswey .a&
the .MXTBOFOLIS. proposes to flep.rt : '
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| ?* reHef :and offer ,a protest '4 '
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Spa1 > '
:. : xn'. ' 1pol t.'W1" ''Q .. Haet.: : ,;: 'j. :
make at, that1mewben we ball H. 8 Sterling and daujrnter 4- ; : ; f ;
ftJ.f against. the acquiring_of'.these: :Islands ',, _' i.
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'by this and Spain was again, make ,a'bouse.tohouse, canvass Ethel! spent Friday. aC'We Palm a.-' t. ; ,_, : ,
,r' .government: .\ }; Beach. F( tTbi'wsr ,: The effective Btwngth the 0nit l3tateaV
:,.' ; t :i| jsompelled to,yield.; ;:We';will :go;:into to secure .the .lnforai. .lon.. we have- 'II 'I- ..ro : 'f .:which.ha* just Bended was nary h-si been'.increased.: lby ;

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.,, ;. I f without.* protest from other. governi' ,' ,! ,-,. $' ..-, .::1 :. to. town Friday. He came, on have \had '&"thorough ItriaL So { -the SPa gFieof: these '- .V Tree: ftJU a.d'.Accepted J.-BUcayn.Jlaaonc Bay cI'f'.i,hold,

I'mentsi. .From-a continental -BepUbs' Tim ctsforbt land msiness and returned borne about sys Engineer-in-Chie HelViUf,'In his 'are no"attacludto-Admlra. De wey'iujnadron ', ,nUF n etlBn.. on lhe flnttma4 '--
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f;: \ s' \. 116of ninf'tnonth*.,sl ce, tbeUnltedcL ., : boomno.we osp : l .not"1ike"permanent the noon. ,. | annual. .report,1 and. th. n h&proceeds: ,- twd.are' credited .to ;the :: .,'t'bird iflm* lodge Mondays room lach Orwr the Bootb,.Ji the'
4 to' notth. important leMoos 'so tar'u : North AtlancstatIouinbe'1aets'thicrserI1antaMars'ere Work usually -ccurs serpmeeUng *lzht.
)SteitO-day.IrObsbI7thigriatest
t word" oorui'!because]Miami has nier t. 'V1sttlnr brethren Inssd1sg 1ft. mcis1Jy1nviiedjsttend.ij -. ,
: : yma1'spint, Friday night atBociRathi .they,respect:the machinery of there .-Several. . .
lr colonial' government of the world with : p; ; c- : 12',
,beeafflicted" .with :. a't'"boom". ,"' .but a dTnesdayznoningof: el;>which have been taught.by that ::'day 'ago bhuuvydepartnnt,' .:. ., .JAL .J.iCUOJt.1LD..1C
; tbe exception ofpireat. BrIL. 1D. would prefer,to classify,it as mmer this week at Lantana.*' fCaptain. experience follows/:: :' "* J; which Is now making up its Hat Of vea- _, \'iJ

: L "'i; The condfUons, the peace'treaty clal,. 1grlcuUora1. and 'building:advancement -: :" ': .'1.,Tha; vital D st7'or atvlnVtii:ma' sela-Jn nl whicii; Ia a'customary icib.KNIGHTS Of .PTTHUS.-Bty Bl 4
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br1eflyseto t asfollowlE T MrrBickards of Boca of.vttatla .la"'
c are .: ) were 1neYerioproinhsingasuow i chinery' : reserve frequent' elbItIm'.th.ecTretaryI'a1at-rt: : cayn Xodge .N** SU net every ..
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:': .Plrst-Tbe ,rellngnUbment I bf sovereijfnty "ifliainijs Just Katone:passed through this place J8atorda .eau:, under working-condltlOM. V 'port'to"cdn fesasent'. a :message'to IlM-li Friday .erealnc J Js-.& brtcbV new
1 upon,tbe>ergeof l. Ttoe treat Importaoc of having all oar : ledge room -over the portoffle*.- lbs 't
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r'f. .'.over 'and claim_,pf."title! to 'which will t'whirl her into von hi* way to:Candler{.Fla file i naval stations In position of atra* alc value . Admiral >Dewejforan'aOcnratel1st'tthepr1.th'h UnVSecond aad Third Ranks will be ; -
,.$SJ" Cuba.-" ta;yortex } will: return, before :Christmaswithlu property fitted out for repairs and with '..was"zO'w'util1ziiij1flku. .confcrreit ,.OB-tb fint.:tecond,.aa4thlt&ineetth ,
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T ? the'world; o.tlt.ea! of;Importance inthis cnifbtaof 'lit iaombt ,
: Krl''RlckUdli \.: ,tI4' : adequate supplies of JaOD-perUhabltttorel.. .fleet. :,T eiest1ons.showwhAt.'lat1tudC1thedepartmeniafloitothe; - -- - C.
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'BkJO
i\: / Second-The cession "Porto : 'country Her groithtOthe: T. -'c' ,. "L That fresh water for the boilers la almost ,1lnusLoZ&-. - && i

': /t:f %|h f land: other'SpanUhrpossessions-J'n..the present;'time: \baa'been of a steady and. ; r..and 'InKinae1-QD e'c1" m. M ablpU important; aivlotportaat a*col. and.adjunct that a ota disnnny -,': admiral, and the ,answer ',teU:.how, ' Fort '

j .:'. /4tWesiIndiestogetherwitbGuamyIn, permanent order. We) look.into ,the Hillsboro! "' ,Saturday for suppIin.Mr.Msrtlni p.-fr.;4 fteet.Tbatevery't ;;' : : 'anhe tatingly; heh. *' aCted- for they t-O.44-Independent;O. F D,Order n Ixx5i el Odd tf
c* ft':?* f 4 trbe'I4dronto, very au.r future and see'city of mag- -> .v "" % -' '. i: fl.t netds a repair ahlp.. .. good"of'the service and Strengthen 4I. Fenovs.met .Wacb..darcc ,
-"t:. 'i' young man from HyjHoluxo ,t. The great tactical dvmnta w twa- o'cloei' .- -
; 'nJgbt at TJO :IB th.as1oigero0m
... ;y 1ThIr4.-The: -cess1on -of- the Philip4Sk nltnd. and; great importances, -We_as ; 'a few hours In town Sat I ter-tube boiler,: ".j . ., his"ownc.force. .without--"waitfog. orhelp.fromhomef''Hereplledi oret tb. po t- ffle*.' .: -, '": x -
spent '
; ? Iiuoe*;;:rr" v r: _J.. ; serenely by"and (:.Tbat.it'act* than two main eaala.'sar ; : : \ *. '- .*.WHAH1. +,_.O.. -tL
stand hay B "
Citizen : ; ; urday.' v I to-b* fitted there should be thfte entines -' '.Y '. i4nosmas, _,8ec ",. z:
; jTourJtbT-Tbe terms OfJie.Tacnationpledge" Following'former;Spanlhrvestelsla -
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:itft 'i. honors-whfah: { nbe1ongdeiiyelthrnstupon.us. } -r -I .drrrtnfi.three' crews;;and not,-two. ' .
': : 1."the,PhuipInes.; (_ We.could I :not escape flJJi.Lane spent/Sunday_ {at'wef main engines on each shaft.T. : ' .i J.T" poisesMonI3fanfla-cruIser( ),' ':" ',-- :' --- -- - ---

,..tt; ,'Ifth-Tbe;: f of the: United kIfwiwould., Miami &tbe PamBich.) 2 '0._ 1BobertCrownomerofMjamI -' '. .'That there,ahoold be-frtqaent trial comiutssIoit.iJulj2O.L1eutCnantConiminder : ) ,LegalNotice*i l" :: >
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I :coming I1' *"", Ai 'i. -V ,; ;. . ." ondar forced draft to keep the blowers 1a :Fred 'rkfc. ,Slngefj' Callao : : -a IM- JVBTIC -
; ; COCK,
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: & *' ]: tat topresen, prderjuthe, Philip-}! oodgate, of''the South.: ; : t ) pending the ratification, f"tb. .Yet' with oug hly famlUa5.wita.working '-; ; I :- : ttaT5 0? 4$8DL 1
e' without effork, ( Leyfe j.I
.".CW 1 ours an : Muss'BeF1ukertn: ,Sunday mum co&dlUonV =;: -. -. ,'- Tappan. gnufcoa-t* ,:THC. STarS, or
-reaty. : r- 'I properly directed, efforts .we:can very 'L-Tb&tth.1ocat1on i of t.torcsd drftblowers and ,MIndaMp.ral 6" arm d\ launch TO- Pi.oi-mL------------ '
/, ; Sixth-Tbe release. r military :piisoners much accelarate the tide of,' and 'J. K. Chambers and, .WOCorpeoXberella | 1* a matter. of serious, Importance" :. 'Barceloy temporarily commissioixd D. 0. : : ? -* i_
. events 1'hat the personnel of /the eentce Too&
-t. hsnbyaoslledlhatauttlagsznlshmint
went to Palm Beach Sonda t
: : mutually.\ / ; ; :for.ctkflAunstiavulCadstWB.WhIto. ;
greatlboefltourseivee. : thereby, Jn should adequate to the materiaL.10.we -: ha.'hen IntItut.ttgsistyouby1.:
r"I: : ,/...;:Seventh The cession:by Spain of tb,< this'connection.let: us urge upon;Nurbusinessmen morning ;, .Th I'expect" toreturn' Jon must mak proviaion for traiatac : -;: 'r ' U' 'DEWEY;"; maal.lttJikid; .e Bn tofreeoVer tn*nna'ofandyodrmoDefV

t '.': islan .of Kuvae, or,8trbnjIsIand: ,; ,It a thorough board of trade Thursday ,In '::' Chambers new the ,'l1. t*&mla}ottb.englnierdePartinent. , - Ths.of&cem named arein/ command.4 m. "eredlta.vand eftVeU'iaUj

; .J 'treCaroiinesV ''_ f : launch "rIier !i. ", They:went op to IL:That, bur hahunashipsmust. hays, of.tnerVespective-rvesselsJ:. .han4., cnitbdy and wntrol Of U..florid aE -,
1 organiiation.' Let us' be in
: .: i | igbtbThTe'mtjtoai relinquisbmeniof l a position'grasp assist inputting; In:tberengines.; '*> ' the highest possible' speed.L f, '. In the Xtlantic the 1 Spanish ft& U Coaat BaHway, Compnythaa'W,.f* --
L' -: the opportunities astheypre. 4 , -' - - , ,With"pardonable pride''.the xeport. .Mis-(now in actual'serviee;a. a'jreralt nifhWd, 'ovtheriorcua1esayousbaflwIl
dim
k : DJtT'c1a'ml.; .' sent "themselves; and make.:the' :very :BenL.': F.',Hindry held;service nUi dwell'upon,the tremendous amount< of' ,,61 their bebig'captnred bytihe nary and truly jpPe artVJo tceConlt. to.b .h. ldMondT. #.

': 3 v irinthTbe religions freedom oftbeA'mefican most 'otbemltJs':: a :matter: which X: school,,bouse/Monday; ,night! ,Ie workTgccopIIihedbythebflrauiflprepirligthe ." are'the gvnboat.Alvara'4o>"commanded '.trniiIMism1tk.ou'. '
t : .the rights f..tbt :, Blne4'.nd 5an- .th tad dajr.( January,A,n 188.,
$* 4.rol1uesIs8Ilritig ; is being' neglected bjr'the ,common was well,attended .and all hope t see ; fleet for,wan Involving bt'lJeut. Vlctor the *
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;c mluJonuttt the' >; council'whlchshou1diet'thebalf. rollIng see him again soon. .H.Was the'goes the: plcln'oluewboilers in"the:old; cto al, commanded.by Lieiit.E.A.Anderson. to'vdefen&' ,laid:.nit,Jadgmeat'' HLf b* Ji" .
( Tentb-Cable; landing rights at ; monitors ,.the .fittl goutof; shlpa? in' ., Th earxeeeing1oOdeesel. againitjTou bf d.'*nlt,and tbnutdjoQ .
v-r. ) ,
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"have whilektbwn.
It should: been set, rolling of Mr.'and: Mrs,J.-. Taylor a "
; -'of. for'.duty, :in O&ba waters bJ the OaraUh** will, b*'applied. to.tbapay
the
the 8pan1shur1Mlctioi.VI for and equlpm : : ;
4.r 'points withini ) ordinary : ,
by our fathers, long since.. It,Is t' '
city .
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ass,ci thedebt. _/
: Spaniards ouncT them:most ;jiOlten
;;. 'l 4 Z1eyenth-The release .by 'Spain of ; the ulUaf1' .11ar1, nearly ,110. yes-' 7hirs-the .
f nottoO'late'now.- ",moat not-wait Joseph; 'GQun'e ", 11 eels added to thr.auJ r force. Stress useful-- jThey. afeinow'at'Caimanerain *uder, My hand and seal thla.
POCtPIOfle1bfftflseIncub 1 t : H. l, "b baa be< .0 D.csrnif. ; .
-let day nlf11L
: "t. fIr: ,etWe: must, )lead tbe' van. : 'commission,*The"Maria Teresa 1 '
?
la laid the! importance havingthe .
_ :''; :abd.e. Pbllippines;. quite, ill.;at bis ;home i is now/ recover- upon : {E5vALL 'G'A.voanr: -
: .
,
Much'can adr
-' : ,be :accomplished.united / least -;ieeese1blestat1ou '-in the the onlyhlp'6f ib4iit n .' 'lustlesotthipsaecsii'MzIxsOx -
-fr;: ,; r11ftb-The p1ege! of' the United, dir,1stentoffort: .' Ing, I ' Mocked raised.thuV far. 'The Teresas-will'be l .
c Kb :
> : other city. :: navy,'that at KeyWeM,amply : : ,", '.'J f; .
,. c : f.".States to inadgurate in thVPhnippines ehonldi:be. given ,a'chiucetO: snatch :I- \ . .: 1' With.itoresiM 'tools for emerge-nei armed.withguns eaved from the Colonandother -' Attorney*for Plaintiff.r' *..- *

:.: -J rJ an:liopen door".policy/and to gnaran from,tax.graspjplums' which I belong us ;- .LITTLE ; IXZ1: LACONICS. : :: woranthen4thechiefengineervubmItest1mates ; !;Spanish* ;: &'i replace 1 .. ":. ,. d .r.r

r i.f, "'jteethenmetc5pain; ":for 'at .least, IS preeminently.T r ,1 -- .I, .' ', 'f or':*:'complete -'. .hose of her own which.may have'been " .
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k" : 4S&TL:' c. I ": "" "' :.' ' 'r.rr.Turner'of New :iJerser: I Is; J here equipment of the*tation., ruine&.shewflbb-a,;. : :, ,trophy ,,*hip: Notice -of 'AppUcattoo it Final'
:: ,; FhIdeenth4re,1vsIofthetratE : ;; ; 4I'J \ spending the InterIthhlAnepbev I 'T.ecoMmde"btherepa1r! ; ship throughout; > ,' " 'chgr4NOt1c.lZhereby5iYsnthsslZ(5rnouth1.." '
; :I ;:is 's rpr ogJ'bow'm'a convince 'the' ., _' :- :
tue p : i' people HugbLatimer. 'Mr.TOerisares Vulcan, it I* mid,,will ,
., "J.-' "4. r.'T., ".' ,- wu.r._"t'_. '. are: seeking' ''Miami 'for ;permanent ular winter visitor and.nis friends are mo&t'akeptlcal that thla:floating ship ; ""'B... i. Cataiu i:4ienil: : mak final morfia In ett1.-. -

':' :; .' -:- _;iiTb _- -- : .' ,_ # bOrne5iLetterStOtbMZTRopouguk.ing .: gladrto "him" "return" . 'jmproved t wa. *of uneetimable, )value_off Santiago, .Several;'American,.brewers are" i mntpJniy'xeenUbnoUv.U twiaoIHeary <

; 9"t.' ' .,J 'A: nW'elAft' "- Information l : or/sample, copies see very much. and there Is not a more Important tea- I sesafully introdudBgTthe'ir; ucInJHong Ooolop,Vl,ee edtand wHU apply to&* CoOs

,.; I remittances in health. .' .turetodaythinihe: xna4nten nce: .r of ;pn gbr Jr: ; ( sh.l r'.theMme.'grainitonsly'in tj3udsept.ade oUnP1orids.tot anal.:
:{ :. ; 1fBfirn.j.rf 1),a.:pew subscriptions' front lbcharse., neeat, .'ohal..W. "st l 4i ._. -. -
_ :Carl:th. little $OfTMr.ndIfrs, such :.rsiaip.wen; .atocki'w1th ; : many;place*an< 1
: every
InVemote : ; .
sections ; ,
condition for Miami.'; On that .day.dlrectjpbmmnnication people (the United { ; .'" then '> : : E. :Wrns
flee
VTherefore agreeiog-'on
large appropriation a pr1cethat.ICaiiro
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1 States and arrive Barrett, has been quite ill bukirnovImproving bee torof-Will of Henry]uJoP;deeeaMd.. -
: with Canada ; ,
| Havanafroni : dally Not : bot -
for retailer
in asked :ihe 'procurement'bfanother <, : and (he,brewer a good '
i ,
IgM wlUcoi Deb e : lm anssuofthe: Jki top.has Mrs;Soop spent. \W I **- .d I. i I
ThIS IUfl KTBOFO j appeared ?'such .ship,- and also, forth, t. :: Jf- -- "

rportent\.eveni.in{the ,history ':of" our since.tbV- present,. managementkjbold ,_- helping..to care for.him.. v ;[ equipment bfjandther.'distilling ahipBuch .

1> : 4 j :elt1;: iOl& m ort one.: It:II the1L to- of t but what has recorded,the- The newEplicopat ,.church aeemkfobe ai theIri, 0 FioridaBast C&IAt

L. ., ,/ c ommflcemeutofou1'mportanceisar arrival of from three to a balf dozen new almost. completed. :on the ,outside1! J J Great-strcu.Izfaid, upon the)ImpOr.tinceotwaube.bo1Iers.an41t ** Ry.

!, >.:.i ;porttobft'follbwedt an 'early",date, i r.: :The'ones'mentioned are only The.buUdingXwill( be painted," mtald Is
,'' $>* His fair to of ,: a small'part of the number r';"whoT'have and *aid.that it would now/be hard to find /.TI.f&TAflLENOI3.IN mECT1.IAYI6,1MS. .' 4Iiiaoulru '
t: : g \ presume, other Ifo a-of. :plastered In.ald ,The lot will bcleMfaajtlind any:design for. the machinery of new '. -':.
:Jr 1 : steamers. to the"Isles;pf the:.Antilles. come, (whose arrival, we hae-hid;no Ofl1mefltaltreeip1anted.; .: : .. -I _ '
vessels',;which ''do) not..Include wateif |B *dwnV ; : ; :, I KORTH.BOtmD (ItaftiOpVAj
<*: ,Be lhat as j irniay.-Miami will In>,a,very, knowIedge.-i-A; business man:'ap'the These are tbe.plank and for the.ladies; tube boilers', Owing to:the demand for, . -. -

,": .fJ L 7.8bort time become\ ,the/:port of:entry railroad 'askedrthe.:writer'thU;:week 'at the- bead of this movement'to"make: small weight a and high;speedv .If is'ealdvthat."tbe' : :7 i1 _:5 84TION3.." .1 i !

'.;- ;df large'proportion of',the.:product* what had.oQmet) :;the'"'J long;fine'of plans is to carry.them,OQ_.. ;' I\ : 'bureau, had prepared I- Lv ........... 7 1

_ ;4','. of,:.tbe New"_Cuba, which In.'a.brief seUICrswhichbad; ''passed sooth)-by ;Ltitfe( Biver:: children: unanitmously -' plans;f or such boiler.f or,the"battle"ahlpa : ..,...................,.ii.,8v Anrtuttn*. .4-* a I idAs t

t- accorded
... ,< .ta&she'wasb.fore. the recent wa,"bei :and fall, who dally passed his W&hestprilsOat' 'rentedtrontbstaUIngthem because 10stv.---_ ............_ k--L -

:.. 1" '. twentbat1iiindudspain. place/ _We think (safe'to assume'that Thanksgiving' :entertainmentheidat of the d parl e t'.,decltlon that the': a w ..4j I C .. '
; ;
": .t- ; Beingtbe KO the Lemoil,City_school: boose. 'Little ship*,ahould be ldentlcailyitth&Ma.barns smv Lv.....;.,...;.. ..; m-A; S
.
I'. flisrestportOfentryonthjmaju; I If new families' have settled south of Biver should have A":school ;;of;.It* ,claka.' The .individual' "plan*,- TlI I- .... .;. .g.at '5101

.' ,land! ofFlorida to all Cuban. port,and New::BJver;since, June lit. !We;'havebeen : own.: There are thirty children nearer Ja "rier."hIeh-.w; r finally accepted; 2 Eplil : Dston* 1 '

; ;:" ''bIng the width f the state :eutoI able to'form some,opinion' of this to Little Biver'than 'an'r'.other will ruUl 1'thejneof the, ,!at tube t 00p 1 Port Omg.4;.. .4..a44 C 41 0 5

: ?& Tampa,Miami mutt'of.natm;become by the recent: DW :which;'we have and riumber ia Inc eiaii4 point ;boiler* for these'ships.* .v ** *, tsp.. I I ...; Osk Hilt ,. 5 1 $ -

_::,t. :' ainupb more ImportaniTpoint"for-she made of;the/:(anDen ,These:; settlers jne rapidly; -_', - s .. .- Tttuitfl. ,.. a a 1 .:.
:
The.church': is assuredfact.; Ifow \; ..t :Ha-r' K*' .; I... I : - --
: '. .importation of Caban products and fort are: only the advance:-guard of:; those build bouse : ;Theater : Spain "' : a5t-
school : have
; and ) plograuiei -
1 finish that : ; no ::::: .
: :the...:eportaUon 1)f.'products:.:of. .the wbowill! settle in.South, Dade.'during.. mile rock; road to connect us" with i: ;A bill in tho lobby;:somejtlme 0....; 4 ..................ZsuGsu ; .... -a i1401 -

_ : : it 1 inke48tatetoCub. c *.than'any otaer the next year... cto, Miami. and town-lots,'will. .., doable,.in \ (giye the,'cast, bimostthe. 'SW..... 4 a nT.;............... Is :; ;;
,". ''.poito .*..ec&nntry'" .Tbe"quesUou; . :- : : .._l J -' -_______ 1k44 -' ,, -' [actors renfaln unknown by namei.The ..h.. Sit -...... hi . r-
t } s ; !& E .-. S ... ..u ; ;.....-.;. Fort Pure*. > w; i. $5'
Vf
-" ':' .paMengers and traffle U one settled :Miijdi' becoming.well]known'as a ",' [c rjaInladeoted.to: advert1oemuts, .. S .. '.. ..- .-ad.." .., .1 .:t-'r- : '1
_ : 1/ .In advance Iniavprof:;Mlaml a*:,soon most pleasant wlnterVesort. IJTi bare : r & ian in Madrid tizeitiri4ert1a1ngcard'x.'iffixed : : :: ? .. .
; with the.numbers on .. M,
_ ai.ali things sbjOl have been perfect.TM'malia aIeadjOdaysbeforetbe or ,- $21.1.;.... 4---
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openinx
:Tbe MzTzoroLis1ba8forsilCj l supply -* }he back of-ieh sect :: S.-. ;I.., .... WussJupit.r ..,. "r g
::2 ? -. for C biWRI ands quicker l the ,tourist, season;a large"number of .legal blanks,printed from clear :t '- .;__ .," .- _-'1 ..- I t3os ,.
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.' 'I.'F utqby.'. .of. iaffl' itifeei/to/Ha-/ health"tKekers',:wbp\bave;: heretofore fced-type' npon J heavy".linen:',ledger t :.JU'al "- .. ... 0 I -_ .-. .Unton urJ&Js j. .l ..._-.. ..... -. : s5s'i .. -
,. tDtth7theyo1Tampaaud? | Ii c1Ji.winters further nortbfn'be paper.'_ Tbeck' consists:,of: deeds; ::1 t .1inemen cnstiuteejMex.ico __. .._
ir ." 1f ,--: : mon agesi,'.qat,' e1aJmleuee: ;, contracts / d amajortg1ye.theretdii. t.
,; Kei1eatPbe openI4got:She:Mi State. Tbere is nothing but for
". ''ami andsvala praise bills of ule/etc._;They are soperfor.In ;|f ithe.Jury;fa'Tinanimou* there:is.no lcBTWZP.itiKW'SMYRiAAt5D OKAMUK CITY JUSCT1ON.t ' -
; oteyi'tbeoemMiami
_ n> MJamlto bebeard "
from Two '
stbennv the
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oedlankand.areconatrnctek : .
is paper.to .apps1 1 : : S. Si -' - - - '-f- _- STATIONS.' -t TSrayru *7a *7 -
JmeflcemtifwhatutInthefut or/tJtfee, years .hence::and other point* ';especially- -- -' :Tr *,. <..Vi -v ....,,... J6p0 -
} i--t, .7.M'1. anin,ere. tfof great.. la>.1 In .*6e S at -:wiir:be'left In the abide Miami property,as.well as being of thetranaao .J.. '.:ai Psr: .rss.F1 : R l ri"- tes *.
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FARM, GROVE GARDEN ,!i en early, and in their dry mountain I poultry is as good a business here-s-r: will be a most valuable accessory '0 Tl\e FOnola Nurseries!
climate hold on till midsummer. They I i in any other part of the United States. orange and lemon packers. -r ,

are the .finest Mediterranean oranges Hogs and sheep are raised here with- The oranges and lemons are fed intoa
WILL INTEREST Handsome 1899
\1TL11S THAT I Catalogue
imported into this country during the out any provision for their feed, and hopper ending with four ohannelrThese
AND AID SOIL TILLERS. spring and summer months.In with considerable profit. Now, with four channels feed as many "WKatto_Plant and flow to Plant' tt." 1SfTU.
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I the first week of November Centennials proper care and ample food, what spiral runways in which the brushes .all about their immense stock of r' ,

Correspondence of Experienced Men 1 are mostly colored enough to might not be done? First-class mutton revolve one aginst the other with a Fruit Trees =
for Fjlorida -
and Extracts From Planting
Interesting
ship, and are sufficiently sweet to b*, I is high, 16 cents per pound being peculiar spiral movement' which keep

Our Agricultural Exchanges Con- a very palatable orange, the sweet, paid at our winter hotels. Could not the oranges constantly turning, and Describing over 100 varieties choice Fruits frnd flowers and giving fnllinrtntctloasfof' j.
cerning Our FarmCrops.. segimcntal tissues being a pleasing early lambs be raised for the Northern polishes ends and sides alike. The planting and cultivating same. Orer 5'Handsrtme Photi-graphic nioct rations and Yte..l. "
making It a veritable Album of Southern Fruits and Flower This Handsome Catalosut
contrast with the bitter tissues of markets? Poultry and eggs for brushes are set on springs which give will be cent free upon!' application Send for a copy. It will Interact you if 7011.,..m krrr j
of fine Fruit and Flowers. C .
About Early Oranges.With some early oranges. our winter trade pay well. the fruit so light a treatment that in- ;T '!!

the revival of orange culture 'Brazilian, in growth of tree and appearance Persons troubled with lung and jury is not possible. ; OVER ONE-HALF MILLION TREES IN STOCK.. ]1 1ORANGES

in Florida since the freeze of l:;jj: of fruit, is so nearly like throat difficulties should} make their The machine is adjustable, and can I AH standard Tailetlvn on either '

there is an awakening of interest ill Centennial that where they permanent homes in Florida, where he used on size from 96s : i Citrus Trlfollata, Sweet fOr Sour {IORANGES'-'f
grow near any orange orauge stocks. __.._...... .._...... .
new and partially tested varieties each other in another grove, I cannot they could enjoy fresh outdoor air and to 400s. Provision can be made, too :
compared with those that may be con tell them apart with certainty The sunshine provided they are yet able- for soft and puffy fruit. When the Satsuma Orange on Citrus Trifoliata Stocks, Specialty ":

sidered standard and established, Brazilian averages a little smoother bodied, come in time, and with sufficient fruit is not very smutty, water is not t All the best, tried and tested .' '\ -- "

writes* Mr. .E S. Hubbard in theTimesUnion than Centennial and a little more acid, money to engage personally in used, but when-necessary, it is run in PEACHES) r r:='-.,Over.. .I 00peachtrees \\PEACHES[ ;;' :

r and Citizen. When Mr. but not quite so rich in vinous flavor outdoor occupations Many such fully with the oranges. No soaking of fruitis

Boone first brought his orange before and aromatic bouquet. From reports, recover, and add many years to use neeessai;y. Plum Pears, Persimmons, Figs Mulberries, qrapea. ; ";
and
other fruits and flowers adaptexlto Florida Planting proportion. ;.
the eveeutne committee of the Florida the Brazilian keeps ,a little later than ful"es.. One man feeds the machine, but as : ::}:

f State Horticultural Society for a Centennial but the two oranges are as There' ; never was a time, probably, I the machine has a capacity of from ;i _=Over.. -too. -Varieties-- --of,-Choice--Field_ Grown- -Rose- ., '".t

name the gentlemen were charmed much alike as any two trees that can when investors have had such opportunities ::1,500 to 4,000 boxes per day, it will BBMBMBBR WE PAY THE FREIGHT and that wehav dooaioforti; with the smooth and thin peel, almost be picked from a Florida seedling offered as now, especially in keep two men busy taking the fruit Two Ye. (*.od alvo that\we\\ were Pioneer hi eQiag high grade Napery Stock at low prtct ,

entire absence of seeds in many orange grove, and the long imbreed- the orange section, because of our recent away. It is impossible to clog the runway i POMONA N17BSSRIS8 ;..;.>

specimens, and the sweet and mature ing of the Rodi strain has so fixed its drawbacks in orange culture. as the fruit runs through it by : .

juices, the time being, I think, about individuality as to render these varieties Hundreds of grove owners have exhausted gravity ;\ The Oriffing Bros. Co. Proprs t'Macdenny, Florid4

the middle of November. I remarked but slightly liable to changes in all their means and would A machine of a capacity of from :
,
at the time that the physical struc- form, tissue and flavor from cross pollination dispose of part of their groves at the 1,000 to 1,200 boxes per day, suitable i octaaaQifyQXft&: : :.;: : ,:,: ,:,: :i -
ture of the orange suggested that it investor's own price. Many of these for growers, is also made. ;
must be a hybrid of grapefruit with ---- groves under the new1. system of protection Only one machine has been made as |>! Freight Prepaid on Trees. e....... '>

some very sweet orange or citron, The Orange Industry. will be entirely safe and profitable yet, but castings are now in the hands To all polnts4n the GnU States Send fur New' Otot.&lopellIDC terms' t-

whieh might account for the variations It is a mistake to think that orange I investments.-W. IT. Haskell in of the foundry, and the Inventors will I' and description of JuO Adapted Varieties '

in form, seeds and flavor shown growing has been abandoned in Florida Times-Fnion & Citizen have their device on the market in Orange. Pomelos, Kumquat, Lemons Peaches, Piars Plu,;,.' '

!I'y some specimens Every now and then can be seen time for the coming season's business. Kakl. Nuts Crapes'Figs Mulberries, Roses Ornamentals ',w..>
I now think 1 have discovered the Those best qualified to know declare tlmatea Furnished. ;
in Northern references to Get Down to Reason.
papers as 16 Years. Correspondenoe S ;tCfted. No Agents.rinr '
I .
true, cause of these variations, which "when oranges were grown in Florida If the farmers in the cotton regionof that they have a most valuable invention CataJope Mailed Free. - '

seem not to be owing to an inherent ," as much as to say none are the South are able to make both and predict for it a large and G JTABBR, Prop. IT.SALT mjBasaizs. mm n Marl.lilt." nrf
"sporting" tendency of the fruit, but ready sale.Shipments. QQ&3&&
grown now. While most oj the trees ends meet by cultivating cotton that ,
to direct cross pollination from other were destroyed by; the freezes of 1895!) I yields on an average of pot more than r

varieties. I have a row of the Boone and 1S06! many were unharmed and I two hundred pounds of lint to the!! of lettuce will be made T

oranges, budded since the freeze from thousands of new trees have since I[ acre. and which sells for not more from this part of Florida in a few HILL & COMPANY

scions sent me by Mr. Boone, which been planted and are bearing fruit I| than five cents per pound, why should lajs. Several farmers will ship this 5I ,

lies along one side a block of Hart's mlay. Few, indeed are the persons the soil tillers of Florida complain week, _and in a few weeks the ship 1

Late orange trees and the fruits are who. have] \ ]land] and opportunity. that I over crops that net them twenty or ments will be extensive. It is esti- SANFORD FLA. !

nearly as green and sour as the Hart's are not cultivating orange trees. i:i thirty dollars per acre? 'That they do mated that the acreage in this part of -.J'the: lease expiring aistock contemplating a change to die bn.... 'I' rs a
'F Late itself, and they also are modified There are thousands of fine orangesdaily i complain, and eventually abandon the State, including the Orange Lake .wnl' sell all the remaining of Hill A Co'., good at. a great nd........ ..
Hardware Of aB atsds. Doers Sash and Rirfld. 8 race Ladders nfixts, .....
in shape and oil cells in most cases to going from this State to market :' such crops is an established fact. !section, will be at least one third larger Oils Planet Jr Cultivator, Oil Heaters, Fishing T&oKie. a* prices IflvjfcsaOMV- .'--
cost. Artist Material at bait price. Agent for the Sorrento Brick. Special prtsss-.-W-- po
the latter ,
resemble variety.
and they are the most saleable oranges j I Perhaps the Cotton planters, crop, than it was last year.-Gainesville fa ear .load lots. c ''
I also have a Boone tree contiguous produced." j jNo from which he reaps a gross return af Sun. \ -

to Nonpariel, Homosassa, Centennialand there is no intention of abandoning -; not exeeediiVj $10 per acre, costs himas c W. J. HILL. 2R .

May's. The fruits vary consider orange culture just so long as, much in money and labor, as any $100 REWARD, $100. 1
ably in form and sweetness and do trees will grow in Florida. Jacksonville crop that is cultivated in Florida The readers of this paper will be _

not show the light yellow peel _char- Metropolis !' which nets twice what',,the cotton pleased to learn that 'there is at least PRICE LIST OF FERTILIZING MATERIALS ?,

acteristic of the Boone orange, white The Metropolis is right, there is no planter receives gross. So it cannot one dreaded disease that science has

Boone's, in'another grove, comparatively intention of abandoning orange culture ) be claimed that the cost of cultivationis been i able to cure :n .ul i its stages and a rule the f :T"'c r, trucker and fruit grower has to pay two: )

Isolated, show the characteristiccolor in Florida, and more especially so in excess of the cos of produc- that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is SS commissions.. A commission on everything he buys and. a' y _

of the normal orange.It is this so with regard to the southern ing cotton as to make the comparison the only positive cure now known to mmission o., everything he sells. What we desire t' do. .is

would appear, therefore, that to portion of the State. While the unfair. I the medical! fraternity. Catarrh beinga 'f' save him the commission: ; on all the fertilizer he uses :jy.sail*

r grow the Boone successfully as an freeze of 1895, killed many of tbe Recently the attention of farmers in constitutional disease, requires constitutional ing direct and thus avoiding the expense of a travelling salesman

early orange it must be planted in gropes outright there are numbers,of some sections of the State has been treatment. Hall's Catarrh' and the commission of an agent. if you are interested in .saying ,

C solid blocks of some size, where the others which survived, and are today turned to the cultivation of cassava. Cure is taken internally, acting directly these commissions give ,us your orders for it is only by handling'large
,
( blooms will not be influenced by the so far recovered from the shock of This is notably true in the region sur- upon the blood and mucous surfaces quantities of goods that small margins can be maintar:.ed. We

pollen of later varieties.In that memorable cold snap as to be rounding DeLand, where a factory for of the system, thereby' destroying the were the first to take the initiative steps to reduce the cost of f fto fertilizer ;

this connection it is well to note laden with fruit. Of course it will bea the conversion of the roots 'into starch foundation. of the disease, and givingthe the growers and therefore should have their support

the character of Brazilian, a newly few years before the industry will has been erected and a price of $6 per patient strength: by building up If you wish a special formula mixed we will do it for you charging '

introduced variety, which gives every reach the proportions it had attained ton placed on the roots r" the constitution and assisting naturein the actual cost of materials used and $i per ton for..mixing. '

indication of being a Rodi orange like just prior to 1895, but each year is not The profit of this industry of course doing its work. The proprietorshave The following are our prices for the next 30 days: '
The Rod the so much faith in its curative Sulphate Ammonia. 24 to 28 per cent ammonia.... ...... ... ....................B>M.
Centennial. oranges are only rapidly bringingback surviving depends upon the yield and the cost .
powers, that tLey offer One Hundred Nitrate Sod ,17 to 20 per cent ammonia..... .. .. ...... ..... .._......, '0.04
probably the most uniform and fixedin trees to their old time productiveness of cultivation. These points will be
Dollars for case t'hat' it falls to Dried lU,wd. it to 18 per cent ammonia......... ....... ........ ..................._4MI' ,
functions of but is also restoring confidence ; -1 any
,
reproductive any definitely determined in a short time cure. Send for list of ,testimonials. High Grade Blood and Bone 10 to 11 per et. ammonia...,.. .........45.00:
in the Mediterranean.Rodi i to such an extent as to cause> the is almost for the
now, as
grown ripe
crop Bne to 8 ct. ammonia and 15 20 et. : .
I Address F. J. CHENEY ,& CO., Blood and t>! per to per phosphoric .
is situated in a mountain-she!- the gradual putting out of new harvest. Toledo, O. acid....... ...... .......... ........... ........ ,........ ..'S&M.
tered spot in southeastern Italy and groves. The nurserymen in this vicinity ,, Florida planters, however, 'are never Hall's Bone, fine ground S to 4 per cent ammonia, 28 per cent_phosphoric _
is the only place on the cold Adriatic report an increasing demand for satisfied with small profits profit Sold by druggists. Family Bright Cotton Seed :Meal, 7 to 9 per cent.ammonia.. .. .. .............1I.Ja

side. that produces oranges in any orange trees and several parties here- that would cause the cotton, growersof Pills are the best. Dark Cotton Seed Meal. 5% to 7 per cent ammonia...... ....... .... ...... ....... JIM'?
quantity. The fruit is all seedling, abouts are clearing land for the put- the South to leap with joy--and the Potash High Grade. 90 to 96 per cent sulphate potash &0'to U per cut actual.... r
With Potash Low Grade. 48 to 63 per cent sulphate potash 27 to 28 per cent actual.. ....
and of the general character, ting out of groves. anotheryears' chances are that unless the returns
same
Potash, Muriate. 80 to 85 percent muriate .of potash S2 to 65 per cent actual..,4X41
this uniformity being the result of freedom from. severe cold, pan out a large margin the, growers PISO'S.CURE: FOR Potash Kainit. 24 to 28 per cent. sulphate potash 12 to IS per cent. actual...... ILlS s'

raising the same strain of fruit for South Florida will again look to or- will be dissatisfied and discouragedand I slut tough'8ytup.'*.te Goods.: IIre Uardwr '! Ashes, t to 8 per cent actual potash..;........ .. .... ...... ......... UK c
generations without foreign adkiix anges as its staple crop.-Orlando abandon the business In time. Sold by dr.e sieta Acid Phosphate, 14 to IS per cent available phosphoric acid.-... ....... IsJi *a'
Star. Dissolved Bone Blacit. 16 to 18 per cent available phosphoric_ ;acid.... ........i...__.
This is the point we would, caution
Tobacco Dust This dust is sold by sample and is guaranteed' to be unleashed, ,
ture.The crop is about 70,000 box-: per 'Here In Polk county many of thegroves them against. If the average ,yield of and to contain all Its fertllixlnr and Insecticide properties.... ...... .......'..... b.11

year, and as at Nice and Mentone.th are laden with fruit this yearand i cassava is ten tons to the acre, and Ground Tobacco Stems.. .., ... ..... ... ...... .... ... .... .........:.13jf; t

< mountain-sheltered land is all occu- the indications are that this county : the cost of cultivating is, say' thirty Land Plaster.... ...... ............ ................ ...... ........ ...... ........,.... Jfc.
You find the who is interested bathe
will soon be shipping as many oranges dollars the should man Salt either coarse or fine in 200 pound sacks, 85'cents or by the too.......:. ... "'
there be no material increase grower congratulate welfare of Florida and will find
pied, can you
: Copperas, put up in any use package Sfecents per pound or by the lOD.......-.M i
of
as old. The trees are healthy, himself that he has a good thing the one who is in no small way fully
in the The Rodi sweet- .
output. oranges ..
d Sulphate .
Dissolved.
vigorous and growing rapidly, and in I and hold on to it. Even if wet reduce alive to the interests of Its metropolisthe Blood and Bone, Brut:, Phosphate Bone
( city of Ammonia :and Paint put in 200 pound sacks. CottonSeed .
ip
look if hadnever
places they as they
many the yield to five tons, and the cost of j.
Meal and Lara Plaster pound sacks. Potash all 'kinds'
been touched cold. .
by Orange
growing to fifteen dollars :.
GETTING READY per acre!
; Soda is in -acks from
will be abandoned except Kainit 2:24: pounds. unen e
growing never the grower has a margin oft profit JACKSONVILLEit
Hard Wood Ashes barrels of Tobacco -
Every expectant mother baa here.-Courier-Inf orman t. nearly 100 cent greater; than 200 to 300 pounds. 250 pounds.-:
per
._.___-_ s trying ordeal to face. If she does not the cotton planter. Dust in loo ai.d 125 pound bags and cases of 350 to'.450'
Who Should Come to Florida. will not occur to him that he is not 10inter..ted pounds. '
When the boom at its -
orange was" his of
although home, his family .
I agree with our Secretary of Agri- height our ideas of the profit our labor and kindred may be In E O.. PAINTER & CO. , [
culture when he said that Florida i
should yield became exalted. We .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA
;r needed more straight farming. Thereis counted hundreds of dollars to the 1--

a chance for young men who have acre, and would be satisfied with nothing TAMPAnot RS "

been trained to farming and stock less and it is hard for us to get = lg= Educate far a Stoat!*: -

raising-those who will take hold and down[ to the level of the ordinary only a winter resort of* great prominence Y o 1i.t >hj4 We cdncstt yoofsod this ssevn . -
1 but one of the busiest and most good portion tor you .
\ stick to business and work. farmer.
But do it. - --- -
we must
progressive in the entire South. yonrraare d aR8ksrtbas4 ElSeI ;
There is now a fine opening in cassava aM T '
11 We have referred to cassava only as Z: rbr. "
culture, cane raising and the ::I Massey's
a sample. There are other products
Ma1pw
of horse feed. Cassava factories ANDIlIe 0ii IJ1jBnrEIUI COLLEG,'
raising in the same, catalogue-sugar \cans : 1 1a 1b COLUMBtS!, OJU.
are being started, and there is from which syrup can' be made, ands It Bend at once for CWalogM Va._
: Its elder sister, the soutbermost city
Iget now a fair demand for this product; 1d; sweet potatoes which, though of our fraternal Union, the unique and JiB

-1 ready hex I' it will probably pay better than grain selling at a low price, can be dePended beautiful city ofKEY a. .

\ a there is no tefflnf' raising at the West. on 'as a sure crop, and which I'i I will a :=: .21 i' The State College: .
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AI
1-- what may happenChildbirth very large tract of country will return at least small profit, if judiciously Vlod? 1

is fut soon be' opened in South, Florida, suit- handled; rice which is better WEST At Lake qty,

of uncertainties ii able for cane growing. I would not for a home crop, and tobacco which I : : COLLEGESTANDS Offers Superior Advantages for Acquiring ,
Nature is not given proper asristance.Mother's fear competition with the tropical is promises a profit,that quite a
compares is close to the warm waters of the famous -
lands. Our soil is as good as theirs, favorably with our brightest dreams Quit, and each thereby connected '
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Friend we are; closer,to our own markets, and of what the orange would do. for transportation, jet both are linkedtothe GOOD, EDUCATION

t ., U the beet help Iou can use at this time. the j social surroundings are more world by the best .THOROUGH PRACTICAL EDUCATION.EDUCATION Along the lines of Modem Thought and -I s
pleasant. This business_ will offer em- An Orange Cleaner Activity. .:
It U a liniment, atd when regularly aPplied MODERN EDUCATION. j
several months before baby comes, ploymentrto many agri ulturists. IB Stanley J. Crawford and trv.ng;, B- RAILWAYIn Engineers Physicians, Bookkeepers -
It makes the ad vent easy and nearly pain the matter of horse feed, there is a Fay have perfected a machine: it. DEPARTMENTS: M

'' I_. It relieves and prevents "morning :world, of room and opportunity which orange packers, and growers Collegiate Prtparciorv Commcrck. Agriculturists,

J sickness,relaxes the overstrained muscles There is a large and constant demand I generally, have a very vital interest, Its the country ana we leave you to guess Mask Art Normal. Chemists --l- -:
name only remarking that "
,relieves the distended feeling,short, and but little attention'to producingthe i suys the Riverside (Cal.) Press 4ud see more from Its oar windows you than can by \
Is laid the Instruction
__ eaa labor, makes recovery rapid and certain 1 supply. Horticulturist. It means that fruit any other way. If you cannot find its Every given.emphasis The professors upon and Instructors- $SUCCESSFUL nrac Aimroaxra j
y. without any dangerous after-effects. The climate of Florida is not as favorable ;- can be packed cleaner and. more etonomically name here look on your railway tickets are experts who hare held correspondingposition \.1'-
Its In the highest colleges Inj\ theland. In all of have
Departments Industry
Mother's! Friend & good for only one to the curing of forage cropsas -desideratum* that can n' rBeautiful ; "
Healthful Surroundings t
Location been Educated here.
"purpose, viz.: to relieve motherhood of that of the producing section be overlooked these times. ,Modern lIethdS;; Excellent Library ,

'danger and pain., but ,the season is long and \the 'forage .),[Messrs. Crawford '& Pay call their THE BEST ROUTEFor Good Fine Gymnasium Board. Well-Furnished {Booms: Fall Term Begins Oct. 4. Send for DfIW .x f .-

,. Oae dollar per bottle at aU tag stores,et crops are many; so, with proper machine the Victor Spiral Orange ahd Terms Reasonable. Esebetndentlegtvena Illustrated Catalogue to .,;
.. sent by express on- Teipt of .Ice. room to himself without extra ehargeJGZ01GZ a '
run BOOKS,rot alnfng valuable Information attention I'see no reason why 'the Lemon Cleaner and the many orange : K. WAXBUn*. \v. P. YOCim PrecldeBt, _
i. for women, uS U be -sent to any addresi raising of horse ,teed would. not be packers and growers who have in schedule For turthcullllf"'rm&UOD and Catalogues Lake City, Florida ,
rates, etc
application to .particulars, "
fts ::
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,a ': ,.'' TUB BRADFIELD REGULATOR GO.AWata. found profitable., sheeted, the device ,are very pronounc- write t:? Q. DAckeriJ'- General' Passes I apply to wnXAXr XUOT. Agent.VIXTKB -' ,

"\ .:: ." 0. The raising of hogs, sheep, and ed in. jts praise, .and. declare, that Jt ger,Agent, Jacksonville Fla. I t ...P..AU.. FLA. ,.. N. N. U. 7-2

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+ 4 ,1 If it fails to cure;go to your merchantJI

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BICULTURAL !" r rM. N'r .

WA.U ela . . . . . . 3 1 O. tltrarer. '- I ... ... STATE\
NTERE5T L. Sltlls . . . .. . I ." .I 1" T. A. Wlufteld 13J'l ohu Mann . .. ... ... 2 .... ....1.. ]
Crocket at Burblnk. . .. .... 5 2 T. N'. 1cbn . 1tI. 1\ 3l BwtDBeosoo: .:: :.: .... .... I . ."
4' YI Llpploeot& Brol . . . . . tI It! 1 I :: F. Pollan . I IHJ A. . .
r John Sllla . .. . . . . . ... '7 5134. . B. "erriU . . . Ii .. Pinder..I .-.-,-
H.r Pike WI11J.ms. . . .. . 2! 154 1:1 Johnallett . . . . . b Total. .... .. .. .... .... .. . M 4% 1 aj
Robert KIIp ; 2 3R ... BUD Sorr . 4 EB111inged f
.t. ::: :::::::: : .. : McMullen. .. . :5 KI l. OTHER VEGETABLES.: Miami Dade Co. Florida. \ iJ
-'- C. Dray.. ... . . .... . . . a 4 2 .. 0.1:1. Lattimer k Son . . I! . . 1 j Acres ,
J McCror ... . .... . . . . a I. . r. )1attbao. . 10JohD . . Okra I/ \, .
Rtebasou. . .b K. Schmidt . . . . 2 34 3i :.. .
FARMS IN FIGURES. 8: 0. Rlcbardson::: : : : : :: : / 14 : : Prank Peten.. ., .. .. .. . .. / : >JO 3He'tuce '
Boehard at Ward. . . .. . . 3 . .. 1 B. J. PetersThomrs :: : :::: :: : ( \ .H>H. AGENT FOR LANDS OF "" / ;. : i
8.N.0l.4wlo . . . .. 44 1 1 . . Peters . .. -17 . . . . Squash tt.H 1Oolong. w J I .. .
A. D. Smith . . . . . . \ Peter 1& Doutbit. SO 12W. .: M l
.:", Wm. Stiles . . . . . . . I. Peters II' H Florida East Coast Railway Co. .
: ,A Schedule of the Acreage of Dlfferi L. M. Roell. . . . . .\ B. Murpb-. . . . . t N
4 S. Alll. . . . Charles Uacoler 6 I '0 s Florida r.
Wm. Webber . . . . . . . . . Cook &I Zimmerman SJoDn . . I i I { I I Coast Line Canal l and Trans. Co.,
i eat Trackers of South J. J. Holly . . . I. . HamlltoD. . . . 3 . . c wD )
G en. L. to' ryf'r !- W. . I. ;, J. B. Padgetc.. . . RECAPITULATION.t : V17 r.ss.m Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co. .
Dade County. J. H. Mar. . . . . . 2 5+ B. C. Ltttlefleld : : .: : : : : : I I I .
.. .... J. H.'rt eu . . . . . . . .6: . . 2 J Soar BIOI . . . /SJ . M '
s>. J.T.WilliAm'[ . . . . ". . .. . F. DeyaOe . i I \ '' ItDI. ..... .. .... .. ... .. 298 Y7S4 li44! I1 ily '
'it J. D. Rba'klefp..1 .I' . . . S. H. Lewle . . . . . . 341. . . 3i Cocoanut Urore.Bueoa 213 69: 1614 ily '
;ATABtTLATED_ RESUME OF THE WORE OF C. A. McCnlluu,. . . . ... .... Joseph 8aunderl. . . . 6 I i I . N.Itta ...:::::::: 49 954 134.1 .. .
: . Ju1eslYatwn. . . . . 6 i Lemon 227
J TKX r \. Bary.: . .2 I.: : : : .. . Ralph Clear. . 3 [J-tle Rifer City.:: :::: :::: 877 ran I: : Bank of .
,.: METROPOLIS' KKKESENTATIVE.HVbot B. 6tranel. . . . . . . . . I. . .. . . Emery Spradllnr . 5 I . . Bin.ayne .... .... .... . 6t: b54 ...... Bay Biscayne 1
( J 34 James Jlubel. . 1:1: 34Sd Mallandilodelo . l 86VM 1 1 L : ;
i. ,.: t J.' Braddock : . . . . 1 . I. : : : Kog.n. . . . .,' . / 1 1 . :.::::.: ::::::::: 154 .. .. a
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A. R. Stanton . . . 4 1Jnhn C. Gunby . . . . . :. . 3 Snake Creek. .... .... 1M78H 13 t% .. .. ..
Work for Fire Week Hu Been WDdgteD ...... .. .... .. .... .. .. .. ...... . .... . .. ._... Lauderdale ..... ... J 'l 5S K
'; r : : : .: : : : : : :: : : : : :.:.I : .. .... . ... .. ... . ..... . .... . ... ..Wr ... ... Cutler .... .. .. .... ..... Ii8 154 1 II '
-V.Among Our Truckers and Fruit Grower B. F. Sellers . . . . . . . 254 . . . . ...... ...... .. .. .. ..... ..... . .... . ... .... "" MIAMI FLORIDA. r .
Joseph Dooghlery . . s . . Totals..... ...... ... 1328 160SMODSLO. 7154 3054 :}
J'd7. T.Say.e. . ... .. .. .... .. .. 5 . . .. . 1 Tota'e. .. .. .. .. ... .... .. tr:7 1 4 14llf INCORPORATED DMDKB rax LAWS OF FLOBIDA.WM -
t Tucker 1& Drew. . . . .. . . . .:
:'r JS/iTTiBUh the Work )>t Interviews With Track J. H. Job nlOn . . . . . ..... 6 2 .Y. ... H .
-'JI' t J.me. urtftlo . . . . . .... '7 ... . . .. = Conducts a General Banking ';
".3 C *ri With Modelo-wd Cutler Section R. L. Collins. . . ... . . . . 9 . . . ... . 8mCA YIB. 'Eo 'i :: Continuing our work at Modelo last M. GROWN .

'a. ti_ -1 :::. Bm r th.:: :: . . : : : ::: :: bs4 : : : : : : : .1 s o :;;: I 1 week which was cut short because of the P REetoERr. .: '. Business.i Issues Drafts on All ., -

( Nell II Highmen . . . . . 10 .. 2 . . r. : : day not being two hours longer, the R. R. McCORMICK Parts of the ,V orld. Accounts "
4 1rbf'METROPOLlS lobolOn.t Gardner. . . . . 6 . . . . . Edward Barnott. . . . tB. . ;
furnishes herewith L S. I.. ... .. D. Reid . .. . . . . II !4 s . METROPOLIS representative visited V -PRO'OENT. Solicited and Every Favor Con
'. B. . . . . . . . . . _
"tabulation of the > J.W.Baker.8r. f4 CHARLES H.
leading vegetablto (8 there this GARTHSIDE. sistent
three other week be-
. . .. . C. B. Ible. . . . . 11 places With Conservative Bank :
,. be grown in this section this winter, B. %1.. ... W. A. Cook . . . . . 6 34 1 ing those of F. J. West in "Tiger Tail CASHIER
:, W. 34 . C. *. 10Kall.. . . . I I 1 ing Extended.Seaboard ;_ i
namely, tomatoes, eggplant, peppers L I >M. Brulle. . . . . . I a Hammock," O. B. Hinckley in "Four-i r '

?f ,and beans, with the name of grower, Y.E.Becks..5; : : i .. .: .: :. .: : I,. .: NellOo BIOI.. . . . . .. 1 . . Mile Hammock" and W. B.Ord'a pine
: H. B. M 3
-r';1 postoffice address and number of acres . . .. . i George Ien. . apple plant atioh near the Hinckley COR1 ESPONaENT>l: t t

z- of each; of the four different kinds of i : ..:. J : : W.W. G.H. place. National Bank '
. .. . .I.... . I New York. .
.v8 etables named. We shall publishtbis r.. . . ..'< A. H. Wilkins..4. We found Mr. West bad Just com Nat'l Bank of .
tE.| for several weeks in order that i it John Britt . . . . 8Mr . ]. I 1B. pleted the placing of an irrigating I Jacksonville Jacksonville.FOREIGN .. : 4
BOtt00 . 7 . . . A. .
.. l maybe corrected up as necessary by HerIJ Fritze. ._ 6. . T. '. . . . . . . I 34 plant on bis place, which consists of 35 t .
.deductions additions the Rile, JobnlOD. . . ... . . . Eyt . . . Ono Bowlm.o . . . . a 34 34entrydt i CORRESPONDENT : I ,
or in amount'oar
Henry Polh>ek. . . . . .. .. I 54 .... . fl Jlrd.n. . . . . . 8 . . 54 acres of very rich hammock a mile west i Knauth Nachod and Kuhne New York. ti
r-: :': ) the various of different II .... .... .... i p. i
area vegetables Adam Corell R / L Robert R. C. Buuter . . . . 34 54 of tbe station. Mr. West's plan of irrigating i
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; also the additions of names .of :::::: :::: : :::::: ::::: :::::: :: :::: :::: :::: :::: Charles... .. .. ..8puerlee.. .... .. .. :: : .. .: . .... .54. .. . ... is a pump with a capacity of.
who commence : :1 ... ... ..... ...... ..... ...... . ... .... .... ... Elegant t Iron Yanlt : "
'growers may operations ...... ...... ...... ...... .. .... . .... .... .... .. 150 gallons of water per minute drivenby and BQigl8I! -Pt00t{ Safe With Triple Concussion Time Loeli3n "
after the date of tbe visit to the Total. . . . . . . .. . 218! 275414y4 - -- a 12-borse power boiler. His main "

;different sections of C. G. Featherly, c a A. ao0000ANUT Tota. .... .. .. .. .. .... :. .. 86'Ii b54.- ... pipes are 8i-incb and his auxiliary .o.hi m of lie Host Imoroied Make. ,

.\ bo' has been engaged for fire weeks GROVE. i i ir GA 0 pipes 3-inch with II-Inch'bose and finch I

in::the various sections securing tbedata. JI.UUlm. O'J-r""D] nozzles. This plant has been :
i extended -
s: That several'growers have been r : : : r : over his 16 acres of young citrus:8 :aIJ: .&. :aI: ::I: dr

missed we have no doubt. We W. fLFlsber. . . . . . .
urge' Edw.rd 1log. . . . . .. . 634 "i J. M. Hrynl Jr. 10 grove. Mr. West has a pleasant home
v; .that, those who have been missed no M's.SI Blnklon. . :it .1.ty4.,.. . : . MeJDtOib II Paxton. . II and family and is about to make an extensive -
the L. L O Nlel. . . . . I}4 y4 .. . Hoeley dr; Hl1lyard . . 10 1 I" j Is rapidly forging to the front >;
of as
;. tJfr e UI oversight or that any E. C. GaoD& . '7 ... . Charles Aoderaon. . . 1/ addition to his residence. MrWest's .
*; having of S. A. Belcher. . . . . .I. Nelson Cai 1100. 9 . . .
person, knowledge an overtight .
...f JC. JohnII. .. . . . . a 1 . .... &Yerker Lundbera- . 1 it . . place has not been under .
..,, :or wrong estimate notify us of C E. D.yt.. . . . . . . . s. Jo.tr m . 9 improvement two years yet great advancement -
tbe' of the miesedwith c. J. Rele. . . S 1 1 8. W. Wrta-bL. .... ... .... .... a.... ... . ... The Leading City in South Florida. '
r ; name party tbe a.om A.. McDooald. .. . . b 1" John Wallace. . 154 . has been made. It will be 1 -: .
.- number of acres of the various kinds G. J. R.rd... . . . . 1 '' Tbure .L Joboaon. . . 4 . . . .
: P.J. Yille. . . . . . ... . . a 1 . IJ. A. Larson:. . I. one of the crack places of the coontyin ;
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;. f.v: i tables. It is our aim to makthin e W. Jackroa ... . .. .. .. ..,.4 2 . . I" O. C. J.CarllOn. . . 1 . . a few years. There are now -
- D. A. Colxdl. .. . .. . . . . t I . .. A.Carllau . growing ,
'schedule as correct as possible.To A.. Dilk.. . .. . . . . .. . . 1 .y . r: Andrean. . . : XI" upon tbe place 16 acres of citru EVERYBODY IS .GOING TO MIAMI!
:S,> 'do this we need the assistance ofthe'various A.. Eo Brooke. . .. . 1 I. Tlmm . . . . . . 21 . fruits and three of .
E. Kootlom'fJ . . . ... 'l a Lewis II Wm.Nono. . 20 . acres pine apples
:" : growers. It has requireda B.D.WAiIDI. . . .. . ... . II a . . . W. W. Kill.m.. . . . . . Mr. West will cultivate this year six Now is time to CHOICE .
H. Gregtorv. . C. P.Callon . 2 secure a LOCATION either for
:";:,* : "'vast)amount of hard work and the r B. Powell : : : : :::: e : I" J. T. Woft'ord. acres of tomatoes, fcne acre of eggplan ,

: expenditure of a large' amount of time l JenntDss\. '.: :: : :.:.; :' :::: EO .2 .. : : . Wm.H. and KeRea.A. Geiger. . .. . . . tI 0b and IK acres of beans in hit bam- Busfness or residence. Choicejocations in the city for sale bye ,

:: ,and a considerable sum of money, W.J.Wb1te 14 l 9J.A.RameeygtJ.WGallorra7 . . J. P. Owens. 6 . . mock.
:" t }4 . . .... .. . .... ...... ... .. .. ... . . .. .. .. .... .. '
t .'reaching a sum nearly equaling C. H. HIIni.. : .. . . . ...... .... . .. .. .. ..... .. .... . At Mr. Hinkley's hammock we nota
C'- |200.> Mr. Featberly entire H.L Grimth. . ... . I . 1 . .::.:; =
was an w. T. . . . . .. :... . . . . . . .. Total . . .. . . 175 1 I -1 truly tropical home. For his own
stranger to this section when be comtnenced 8. 8. Eakre. . ., . . . . . . 1 quarters he has a gem of a log cabin Fort Dallas Lan :
I. E. & LB.Pot'er. .... . a . GI QI i
.;;; the work, and it is but natural 8.8. Potter._.. . . . .... . 18 1 J . L built on artistic lines and supplied : OInDany
.- that- in passing through a sparcely A. W. Bnraett . . . . . .. 54 K KODELO' i i i with
John !Wren...... . . . ... 1B 'j J: II .. r. modern conveniences. It is a ,
..settled ,pine section houses . Dula PoRo1 fca w
some are ) w perfect dell
t-r.w i: : :: :' : .::: : u 3i : : : surrounded with every des Call on JOHN B. REIL ;Y Agent .

overlooked. Upon the prairies the Jack P.acoek. . . ... .. 10 10 : . . lames Paulnn. . .. 12 cription of tropical plants money can :
growers are very close together with )(. )(. Knrri.ou. . ...-. . . . Fred Star, . . .. . '. .6 . purchase. is Fort Dallas Land 'J Company Miami .
.s" +P W.B. AUbrook. . . . ... .. J"s . . 36 Hance Johnson. t t! Everything constructs 1
d :ao'apparent dividing line between tbe Samuel Rhodes.. .... ...... a t34 Joe Bell. . ' : : 9 : on artistic lines with view to plea.ing Or J. E. INGRAHAM Vice-Pres't !
Brown. 9 1 B. J. 8batnrd. . . . .. . ,
,different parties to guide one in his ;:1f; Albnry:: : :: : : : ::.. : :: 434 .1. . 34 8. E. Jame. . . . . 2.2 the eye and producing a sense of rest .
:work. ,Information from contiguous E. end O. DeaB. . . . . . . a J 1 ... and l-10-tf-f.a-m Fort Dallas Land Co., St. Augustine Fla. i
when ,
quiet Mr.
A. C. &lehud. . . .... . . a . . a Hinckley seeks i its
growers has had to be relied: upon in a Harland Trapp . : : : : . seclusion from bis business r- + ,:- .
: InstaDceswbere C.H. Rice ... .:: :: : : .::: :: ::: r : . : : : :. cares at
.good many : the individual i- J. McAWstet.: . 1 1 : t I Savannah and Waycross, Ga. We notice A HIGH GRADE FERTILIZER

grower could not be found. We Fletcher Albnry. . . ,. .. 1 1 . . .... Edlilil..S K . 2 here .
Alfred Kemp. . . . . . . .. .... .... .. a banyon tree of most won
shall, mail half-sheet copies to every Joan Doaafare : Z: 114 134 .. .... .... ..;; derfnl growth which in! itself is wort ..c srr RAVE ,
0. F. Wbeeler..: : : .: : : : : : : :: 1 1 a
-- "p er'wbosename appears upon the O. B. Perry. ... .... . ... ... a 1 J .. . .:.::.:. :.:.:.: ,:.::: long walk to visit. Another spec!'a

".'schedule' at the postoffice under which FnIICIa 11'. Oleoch&1o.t. . I I 1 .. . . . 1y .... 6O of tree not common in our hammock QUALITY AND REPUTATIONThe ,

,, hfi name appears. Again we urge that e'W.LaDr.wetEertora: .: ::...:. .... . . i 34 p e to is the West India silk cotton tree
.. a
\ JH.. Bruee....... ... .... t . I '
5"s" any r omissions or wrong estimates be A. A.R.. Bosse........ ...:..:..;.. 1 . .:. iliAD CUD: i i ; most peculiar tree in its growth. Mr Ideal Brands Have These.
;promptly furnished us either the ...... ............ ...... ...... .. .... .... ... ... .
-.,"- f by ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... .. ............... .... (OJu Poato&e.) .i .P .: Hinckley's hammock consists of about
parties themselves or by any one bavh'g.oorrect'lntormation - - seven acres in the form of circle Then why $35 and .$40 ton when
a i In pay pej you can get a -
: .Toast ... . . .. . .. . . . ItS, .91e54 tst4 IJcb'-e &: Harr1lon.... .... 7m .. .:.. .:.. midst
;. regarding H. C. Welch........... .... .. 8s ... the of a pine ridge. Itisdividecin strictly high grade, reliable Fertilizer at the following prices ? r ,
matter. It Is a newspaperwork never a "pq owe Douglass Bro...... ...... .... f .... ... ..;; tbe centre by the railroad. An Irrigating .
y Ii tot S I. W HUton .... ..........:. J .... .... IDEAL FRUIT AND MNf... .. |...130 PER TON ;
,.q;' before attempted in South. Florida BUENA VISTA. l : 1J H U. Barri. :... ..,. ...... .. 4 .... .... ..;; ( plant has been introduced. J. IDEAL POTATO MANURE.... ..4...*.... X10 PER TON .

b-Jieve, and will prove of value as a : BOOM Abrams dr;1I MeLean.8ml'b........................ 6 734 ..... ..... ..... J. Joyce has the management of the IDEAL VEGETABLE MANURE....... .... .. ...... ..130 PER TOt _

;comparison for next year when J. H. Combs....... ...... .... .. 2 . . . :: place which shows IDEAL FERTILIZER (for all f'rQ$2'; PER TON 4
WeSamuel Ftler.. . ... . .. .. . a I . . Boll Bros.... .. .... .. ... .. .. 254 K .... great care in i icultitation. its IDEAL BLOOD BONE AND POTASH. .tb PER TO1
snail do the same work over again. C. M. MOfC&n. . __.. . . 1 1 . . ... B. .E Snipes....,. .......... .. II . . .. On the prairie near b allXTURE . ? ,P '
.Besides it furnishes to J. IL Ricker . . . . . ... a 1 ... . . W.C.Sayen...... ...... ... .. 10 . . . T SPECIAL NO 1 ..a PER TON
every grower a John Pulukt. . . ... .. .. . 1 . .... Llvermoro..... .. .. .. . 2 y . . . Mr. Hinckley is having cultivated 1 b COBS FERTILIZER ...... \... $20 PER ToN _
,knowledgeV the amount of ve tetables'to'be Leon Fonell. ..... .... . .. a 1 t Edl&lI & Fort ..... .... .. .. .. 10 . . . acres of tomatoes, two of beans and 1 All Fertilizer Material at Lowest Mal ket Prices. '
R. B. Firth. .. .. . . . . ... a 1 .. . Nn I
"3 grown by the trackers of the dif- H. 1.Hoffm.n. . . . . .. s .... ...'". . fi.\v .ol: iDi:::::: :::: A .... ..:.' :::: of eggplant. He bas in all 80 acres of Ask for our book, "Why We Make tbe .deal Fertilisers."

TererJt sections L'Darla Cnarley . . K 5i Charles echnlet........ .. .. 6 ... .... .
which will ot ..
prove Z T.at P. [en ii. ::.:::: 234 . I ..:: EdwardT1lcker....... ........ 2 ...?. .... .. his own and besides owns 80 acres o f Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company,
"<:great value to them and we hope result w. B. Voorhee. . . . . . .. 10 . ... . :. N.Ontty ;; prairie land in association
'In B. L. Grimn. . . . :: t .. . Clemeub ds Daaham.::::::::: : ::: :::: :::: with J. P. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -
.' convincing them that a thorouorganisation gh J.C. tlooli R'Bra.. ... ...: 11 a I .. .. MeDooald Bro.. II Tucker.. 23 t 1 . .. Gibson of Saratoga, N. Y. Pig's Foot Brand Blood and Bone, $17 per Ion.
James Hooks. . b I . . A. H.McCall. ... .. .. ..... .. ....
is necessaryln! order that ...... .........-:::;...;....;. .... .... .... .... Slo.ne II Kennett.... .. . . 1054 II .... .3i ..... About 40 rods west of Mr. Hinck Damaraland Guano, tbe Ideal Tobacco Fertilizer' Sit per ton. ,,
1I, 'they may, protect themselves against a ...... ..... ....... ..... .... 8. % f 1 ;; ley's 'is the
.t. pineapple plantation of W.
.... .. McEadd7on tirj:::::::::: 4
e U .... .,.. :::: G. PHILIPS I
inttedmarket
:; r.g shipping., The acre* ; : ::: : ::: : :::: :: E1l1ou Pbilllp. . .. 8 . .... B. Ord, consisting of about two acre AGENT ..
.
... .. .. ,
k. 'age in tomatoes something enormous Totals {9 954 {3i W J.MeEl4d'.....::::..... 8 1' 1 .... 'under half shade. air Ord has three -1'l.tf.Lfl-q MIAMI} FLA.E.A.WADDELL.

as compared with other,years, and we : 'ly; tao :::: :.::::::::::: : '2' :::: :::: varieties of pineapples growing whic

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M. F.
''expect will"be largely increased next 1 :S; James Lang.Marphy.:::::: : :::::: s 254 :::: T'i :::: are very uncommon. One is the Gian t 5Sb

., 'year. .Therefore a thorough organization LEMON CIr1. i i :: rr Tom DeDh.ID Hero a< Clemanti.. :..:: :: a .Z. .... .... Kew which grows to the weight of 2

among the growers for self and : : Lees Woods::::::::: ::.::::: 's" 2. .:? :::: pounds. Another is the Red and Green .

:; 'mutual l protection is< E. L. Wb11e .. . .. . .. .. .. . 2" 1C. .. .. -. fl. Miami City and d
.r < necessary.JThe . B. WainwriehL.. . . .. 34.34 34 .:.. J.O.Trult.1:::::: :::: Ceylon which Mr. Ord secured from Connty :
) of okra cucumbers .. .... . . . .. ... . wi
:;-" ,acreage lettuce, squash, ."celery{ and potatoes W.Pins r.II.l.thew.)(Yatthewe M&tt&lr.. . ............................. 10 11 I .... ... .. ...... I ::: ::::::::::: :::::: ::::::: .:::: :::: :::: ::;: the Ocean bland, The of that third name.U a pineapple in the India vari Real Estate Bureau .l

.' . . .. .. I ,
James W. &oberta. t ..
;:onions is so small that we have brought J 34. .. .. ...... colors. .
W.J.Oreen... 34 Tot&lI. .... .. 19(] is = gated 'fn The plant as well i as '
I 4 "tlje different amounts grown togethand er H: E. Mtrtcns.:.:.:::: :: :: ::::: : . :: :: :::: { b the fruit runs by graduation from on s A .,.111 .I "f Bay Biacayne property, City Lots, Fruitan

'tabulated.them in a brief schedule' :r.l' berry a 34 34 0 : : i '. ,I b' ...l.LJ tracts of all sizes for inreetmeoU.
: :
:::::::::: : I : : : color to another and is a most handsome -
. .. ... . . TT.LAQDERDALt ;. i E
F in the gross, which is given below'the D.LKnlgbt..1. 45 . .. .
C.B.B[ ngl. .. 1 34. J: .. .. plant. The Giant Kew Is a Phosphate anJ: Orange Grove Lands on Nest Coast. '
train schedule of tomatoes, eggplants D ::::::: :::::: :: : .. . : :.:: 15 q" smooth similar .
t 8. K. Bro1l'1l k coo....... .... t"! 34 . ,.... iB. ; ; plant to the Smoot
"' pepers. and beans C. Watson .. & T. K.lo(............ .... .. .. .. .... ... .... Cayenne.. Instead of For correspondence enclose slumps.e v
;': We hope our efforts to acquaint the i::::::::::::::: : :: :: :: :: :::: 8. IUD .. .......... .. 254 .... .... .. producing on AGENT FOR .
Jobs Carey.... .. .......... 5 . . . .. Ba .ii:: 1 sucker,, does the Cayenne i it prod aces J
"various! : growers with the operations i ie of nook ear Wn'. . .... .... ... s . .. . . . .". ft: Bra e :::::::::::::: s" T T' . from six to 10 and therefore ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,
Whidby. i . .. A.l.W&1leee.= .. .... .. .... a .... .... multiplies es
'l .;:of their neighbors in the various sec *: E: ::::::: :::: :::.:: .. : : :: wm Manhaa..... ...... .. .. a .... I ..1.. very fast. Fertilizers, Chicago, 111. Chicago, I1L l r

lotions given will be appreciated in a E. T. BJiOC\OD.. ... . . ... .. 4 lA. . . . .. W. &Joyce ......... i .... .... 34 Avenue
W.Cromtfe i L W. Xanh&1l.::.... .... .. .. 10 . .... D, over Bank MIAMI. FLA.
] solid way,'and that those who have riot Thu,. RneeeU..:.::: ::::::::: T' :::: : : Iltorse8nhham...... . ... .. 2 1' 1 .; 617-tf.Lfs.mde '

Chw. utes E. Roberts . . r" .... . . ... J. 8. Bord. ...... ...... 2 .... .... CUTLER. '
.
< een fit to favor the METROPOLIS with l'11er.\.... .:. ..."".. 12 .. . . .... Thomas PoweH.... .. .......: t ..... ... Our
'their subscriptions as Mr. Fp.atherlypassed 6t&Dtou II Houlef............ 7 2 I . . J. E. Manhall.,.. .. a .... .... 'representative this week ma
aftrth . J.W. Mash W J.:R:Kanb. 954 .... .... .... a trip to Cutler and inspected tbe :lCJE1: :
has among them will do so at Parker ..,:::::: ::::: i :::: 1" P. M. a54 .
an Jordan R Spiny...' .. ... t w. G Valentina..:::::::::::: 15 :::: r::: 34 farming and other interests of tb is .
: early date. The METROPOLIS will w. P. Brooks. . .. .\. : . .. .. 134.. 1' C. M. Caro. ..... .. 5 .... ... . j .
no bard Henry filer. .. .. ... ... t J} .. . .. Cap&a1n J'rombera-er.:...... .. 1 .... . .. thriving community. The history of Distilled 'Y ater. >> 0rders Filled.
spare expense or work in C. K Geiger. .._.. .. ..... .. b. .. . 34 .. . ...... ...... ............ ...... .. .... .... ..... ..;; Cutler and tbe litigation throb; .- Promptly
bringing the truckers and fruit growers Jona1bu had. .. .. . . .. b K . . ...... ...... .... ........ ...... . .... .... .. gh
of South Dade into a knowledge of A.J.Mdtli Donhit Pomeroy.._-.... . ...\:. 8 1 t i". ... ...... .................. ........ .... .... '.:-.'.". ..:. which it has passed to tbe present tim Miami Ico Co. Forest Lake Mgr.

: the operations of each other and T.FIDOSOOPD.w .ni: ::::: : ::::: \ :. 1S. :: : Total...... .... .... .. .... i 1 7 columns has been discussed heretofore thoroughly until in t6 ese 1J-.Hf. ,

furthering their interests as much as ', ... . . . .. 0 : s s oorreade n _.
is: The 8. N. 1 .. . . . are all familiar with it, hence we wllJ -
possible. work, we nave com* .. . CU'l'I.D. i A

-," ',of irenced,ito work this year in tbe will. future become, whentt'.hope a feature'w Goo::::::::Asderios..I::: ::: ::: ::::;::;::;.I.:c: :\::.:::: r is :IJ: :. :r. there.not touch upon this feature of affairs FIRE FIRES;1t FIRE ,.

to 1T N'm.E. :................ 1 ... . We will not go so extensively into a .
4t
.: bring. more to. a system. J B. Eirknaa........... .. 4 I .... .:. JL.OCXEL:: OUT :'
personal description of each
';Had realized W J. Small . place as ?
we the magnitude Jffstork' tbe .. s If J.B. Jenkins:....:::.:,:". ... 4 4 1y .. ... ; :
: :: : 34 y4 .. . as we have at some of the other places
;
)Thenwe took it up five weeks ) ....

._: aso we, should have proceeded a little LtiTts >uPE>t. -.1 i". "!. 'r ii=::::::::::::::. . . i :::: :::: :i:: in this section, but will give[ a genera INSURANCE. c' .j.jDon'l

"- different. Yet u. we present theresalt B... stereos.. .. ....... 1 .... .. description of tbe interests of the .
r r s Wp. 8tInu.:.':.;.:....... I ..:.. .. ..;: grant and Into get frightened. Thin U simply timely reminder to place some \,; -
{,; we have obtained J it can be made m. Frecmaa ... .........;, :. -. B. Brogdo.-;......,..... a ........ go &description of one Insurance on your Buildings, btocka, Household Furniture, etc. : .

I-:' a jource of :much advantage. to all if I., Ji Chas.trrcemu. sad I.I ..... 'T'. is ...: ..,. .'.. Capzala w.J.Da. .her1F Rotxrti.:::::::::: I ::::: ..,..::::r:: or two places as representing. the entire :- Place J'OUJ'.Iuauranee In the -\ if-
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1\.:-'*VV@' Information given is used to ad- ..Xo4&tt. . .. ..__ 5 r I- .a CapCata I.-W. Roberts_..... i .. ..._. .; community.[ British America Western Insurance -
Henry DeIloebn........ .,,.. t" 14! I% :.;?. Jniu P. Boberta................ a. .... .... .:; We found ,.everything thriving Dd or Imperial Co .
\ i e.re> James Sander 2 T. .. .
rr- ,"' **:-" s. i. ) app Ak j Ih). D 4.on..cUontldTt'Imaa 1 t'I, J'; .' 050 H. J..t J.. nllhas. .. :.,.. ::::: !%.::::.::::.:::: in a prosperous condition, with a considerable I' W. M. FEATHERLY, AGENT. ", :

A. Wt ........... .. amount of improvement an '
f pea It lor uieiuco; Haylagton d. ) )dro>t. & ..... ..... 2 .
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; OR FICIM( Treatise on Mosquitoes. PETITION FOR LICENSE. Pine and Glade SNAKE CREEK LAND. TOR BALE. '

;a. ,...... FARMERSJN I'. S. HIII'A HTl\UNT: OF AORICl'LTUBE. ) Tothe Honorable Board of County Commissioners .
..
Fifteen Acre .
Land for Sale. Rich Frairte. ;
V '
,
Diisiov KxrosioLom
( ; (- or of Dade County, Florida: /
-_. WA'IiiflIT4iN! D. C.., November tl, 1119II. } Fire Acre High PIne. .,
professiol der way. The rock barrier between John T lIa),I..". Woanut ( rove, FlA.: KXTLKMRN.: Flglity arrrx ,,f laml of wliu-h 1.! :UTPS This 1f'lAirte Un.l in nearly 'ill: blrfeenough
rt ( the prairie and the hay )hht't'n: BUR Sm 1 have letter of the 1, the undersigned B.KiiottGeneral Kuperntrndent are St,.> R!:i.lt* \,1. oyc :..-rr I.. mnl-r fur,'nltiT tt -:-- your wishing to ll wine and' 'li. The high J. .| i.t
_ : w liquors with,ion, : II.1 tt;: ;i<'n-t i.f |.lt.. I ;KIM ry ru pin Hoe ImlUlinu t -
blasted out, giving a free ami imobructed I 11th I instant.Itealizing !beer In Election District No 7 of Dade County : "j><>t and 'itiie I (t.1!of n>-k. One mH from- -'
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1 1OK under' rtilll\.ili i"lI. I.r.rns I.IK" : limixeIn i1ei...t. .....t ..nn e and l'f'h..ollJo'I.4. For price -
watt.rw8Y. :>. If. Kit luuund, the desirability of an authoritative state of Florida hereby app',to your honorable, KHM| iimilili.niitiulril !h\" iiulrn a1\4II..rlllll l tall on or a.I.lt.l .. ,_- ; -,:

superintendent of the work there will statement regarding this body to grant me the right to sell' such liquor west of r wines and beer In said election dirtrii, and we Corner 4tb street and A "me B, -
school, In good! lu'iKliborhfMiil T\\ hundred ,
<>
.
oon. begin work upon tht'lIt''t'ssar) ermangaiiate of potash remedy forIflOqliitoes I'.O.B.xll5, )MIAMI ft\.
pray your honorable body to grant me a permit fruit trees In Ix-armc. Well ami &-:51 3in,btf inun'.4.. .
<>. II.JtOBBIXS. W ALTKK 8. U BAB AM ditches to take the water off from which has been publishedin to nuke such sales. farming! timiiltiurnlH. ,Trims. **.* .tth, __ _

ROBBINS & GRAHAM CO., thousands of acres of this rich prairie almost every newspaper in this Respectfully or $1,000) with jUJO cash bulumtwo. - - --- _-a- At

land and make it aC't'liliblt' for cultivation Country of late, I undertook some exact C. B. KSOTT,Gen. Supt. years with Interest. Address
: Dated July 33th) ,IS*. By Joo. B.Reilly,Agent. FOR SALE'c
T. T S.
will
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. and the neecssary roads experiments last summer. The We !:
,the undersigned being a majority of tht'rrclstert'd
"111 practice In all coarts Stale and Federal soon be under course of ron truption article in the newspapers is entirely voters of Election District No. 7, of 3m.t.(>i-billI2.1 COOMMT (;BO>'K. Ft.t. _- .

Special aand Titles.facilltlec We for bare examining the cnly and perfecting complete whereby the farmers can get their inaccurate and misleading. My ex- Dade County, Florida, do most respectfully eon-

Lbstract books eoreriUK Booth Dado county truck down to the bay for shipment. erimentri showed that while if enough cur In the above application. and ask that a permit Improved Property. el
and receive dally reports from the Clerk oithe be granted as prayed for,and that we have i
all land We were reliably informed that the of is placed lbthe
Circuit Court at Juno sbowiuc permanganate potash
signed this petition after June 8th, 1898, i in accordance -
transftrs All the certified Abstract of Title improvements, which have C. CONE TEN A<'HH, i-arti.ny' Improved -
present water in which mosquitoes are .a'd:
Laws
for South Dade county are made at our Miami with Chapter.4536 (No. 36)of the Ere 5.-re' 'nt tn :,' fruit trees asj ,- -
office. been commenced on a small scale, will reeding, the larva can be killed. The 01 Florida. other tri'.i>, well started t<> crowing, .
FLORIDA. J A McDonald Jno B Mekall Cheesy (Jcxxl I nix.riKim h.,i>ut>, wash and bath .;.
MIAMI DADE CO. Rrilly, :
be continued until the needs) small
present Illlalltit required) for a pond Blacksmith and houn, "I'VIi..1 wilt i,.th. well anrfMrtern .
of the settlers have been met. otilil he enormous, making: the ex- D Cosgrove.iyelborn, W W Maogblln. E S wiittr: l.oo.I jiarn, Improred -. -.
ATKINSON Rowan, Chas I) .McCarthy,.E V> M 'Iman. i'tiieke II ln.ui"e. itni l other out hotiw
".1. T. BANDEBS H. r. The prairie here i is of a clay and >ense a matter not to be considered for Coo A Bobbins. A E Slitter J J Brinkerhoff M J Itraatpiltf. in lit-.. M>alb.west ..IeOl'o. '

ATKINSON, loam mixture which works into afine McDonald, E B J Wallace, Jus R Wheelwright.Carriage nut (itflv..11 cixxl: n-H.1 '"..ol..ulltt .
,
SANDERS" i' II (Uolllt'n t. Moreover, in a day or soafter Robb Ceo 1"1"1|iiurt]ai 4 soft bed upon the first time> j plow-l such an application it will have AbrsRls. Joe Winton A L Allen. D F Kerwin ..
ATTORNEYSAND R H Barter Dave Fields. Chas C Carr, P M TEN A<:KM1: acre in fltrtln fruit
ng, after the water is i drained off tnallow t(> be repeated, since it is not at all Buggy and \Wagon Ire,., well ctart- COUNCELORS AT LAW alUce, C J Wilson J J Hally M J Rlsan, P W ) Repair Shop. jiiKtfiit down ready f..,trl't'1l. fiu-kfoc
the cultivation, and there are la sting in its effects. Mian, John Thornton K H Hegen C 8 Vlblen, liotj. (,..si l wfll of .tt-r. Located -

Office In Belcher11 Stick Building thousands of acres of it. The pine You say that you have the pamphlet henry CopPenger. E J Masters J W Cordy,C W All work atM.nt three minute.' walk from school- ; S
and l nb- .
neatly, prompt houxH On Ktxp\ road and In good nelgbiNirhiMxt.
MIAMI FLORIDA. and is of the rock formation. that lately issued by this Department. Do Gardner, Chas Patterson, Arthur Hill (his Xmark tantially ilone, and satisfaction, jtivpn ., 44:;
'
), D L Jordan. Arthur Powell Matthew For partlrulanoaNlrlo) .
: part of it inspected bj the writer\ >- mean to !' the one of 130 . :
yell say pageson r..11 h f m ,
A. WOBLEY.ATTORNEY, Calhoun, H W Russell (his X mark). Lewis ..
QEO. ''Ing of a reddish brown color, and puts the household insects, or do you Kldd (his X mark). Berry Hurst (his X mark), F. S. MORSE, ; 5"

: AT LAW. out a fine growth on fruit trees of all mean the little leaflet on mosquitoes F W Hahn,J M Owens W H Phillips, C F Salz- --- over !I'"t Ollll'e. ShAll!. "LA'; . .

C Mann: ,O W Harle, C n Brady, R 8 -
kinds. ami fleas? These two arethe man 1 '
and Federal Court&AU publications '
General practice IB State
T O Ryan H Pittman, J E Williams, C -".. A. F. LANG 4\ :
Wilson -
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buslnesa entrusted will reeelre prompt a* .
There has been located) at Cutler a 011)3) ones on the life history oftile 4
tention.rar H Rawlerson,Jas 0 WIlliams W W Poppell, .
>Agent for Oermanla Life Insurance Co. good stock of general goods owned by North American mosquitoes whichare J F DeBerry, S L Patterson. Louis Wolfe Isidor Hotel! :'--1mLggim'4 i < 'M OAMT GBOVK FLA, ;
of Mew York. All kinds of We policies written.
Office Brown's Building AT D and ISth St. W. A. Larkins of Cocoanut Grove and thoroughly reliable. Cohen,Gordon R Broome, C W Gardner E D I -

MIAMI, FLORIDA. anagefl by W. A. Burta! haw. The rapidity with which a single DeBerry, Geo \\ Land J E Lummns! Wm Lowe '
R E Chafer J J Dykes, W L Gradeck, Fred f
The people of Cutler take just pride eneration may be developed indicates
Hand, Henry Gossman, E Meredith Chas Jones
GEO. W. ALLEN, In their school which is under the tile possibility of breeding in fluch II J Jackson II Haneck, J F Wlngate II O 'rATbrI : e; \

capable management of Miss hattie in A Corell A L Knowlton Wash .
places as lOU mention, namely, I Bailey, A Chute. We Manufacture all

ATTORNEY AT LAW G. Richardson of Cocoanut Gro\e, who small amounts of water standing between : Jenkins,Dennis Stafford C T McCrinunon H S kin-Is and.sizes of
_ 'Cress, R E Brown W M Featherly, Jas. Kiner Conolly. : I
has enrolled at present 15 scholar the base of palmetto leaves andthe to '
Will Practice IB all Courts State and Federal I (his X mark), Jerry Sewell, Dave Green (his
As an example of what the pine I stem of the plant.A X mark), E C Gray Lou Williams (his X mark), : '
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KEY WEST, FLORIDA.SOOT' land here will do in the way of growIng very small quantity of water suf- II T Mitchell, Henry Jones(his X mark),E Der- Cypress , :

trees we will take the place of S. i flees, but it must persist for at l least rop, J CunnIngham Andrew Thlgpen Simon

!' & BROOKE, H. Richmond where we found 48 different ten dajs. The female mosquito willlay tuna (his X mark), W J Harrington Frank O. P. HUNTINGTON, >
I Pierce, Frank Hawkins his X mark), Jones Proprietor. :" : 9 Tanks
\ varieties of fruit and ornamental her eggs in any still water and of harris (his X mark), E D Halley J 8 Chase W "
ATTORNEYS AT LAW and growing and she has of Hogg Bob Located in tbe most pleasant place in .
trees plants course no means telling E Caruthers P C Hamlln, Benjamin the - ..

NOTARY PUBLIC IN OFFICE. with a few exceptions all were look. whether it will dry up soon or not. Scott(his X mark),Tom Weldon (his X mark), city. G. B. DAVIS & SOX :
win In an State atl Federal Court his X mark), Jessie Wilson T E .'
John (
practice Toney
is the list iPPnre filtered rain water used for
Collections promptly attended to.Orricz log nice. The following aswe She will deposit in any surface pool,and Savage. H Robinson, W T Heslington. W W m PaJatka.FIa.. '" '

OVKK BAJTK or FLORIDA.BAT BISCATN found them : Alligator.!. pear, camphor if this pool lasts for ten days a generation Prout L E Hill, C H Latimer (his X mark), W -201 every.ss-m purpose throughout the boU I. I rrWrite; for CatalOlf\ t 1.24-4-114> -
;
Mt/LMI/ cinnamon, banana, three ,vane- of mosquitoes will appear. W Sued H R Register,Nelson Pierce C H Cudea- I
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ties of fig, four varieties of grape three Yours very truly back, F E Joyner.C C Cuttrell D J Sampson. ------- ------- -l-

: C KILLS TOWLEB M. D. J P l'age.l'1eteber Durham (his X mark), Wal'ter -
two varieties MAX AUSCHWITZ
varieties of common guava L. O. HOWARD, Entomologist. : '
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f.
%. p.,. S Graham J H Hayes, L E Tasker Lester _
EOPATHIST. of Catelay guava, Jamaica sorrel, I). S.-I see you ask whether mos- GranlerlIurJ Jonlan T J Hlnson O W Hln- --
HOM< common lime, Spanish lime, red plum, uitoes are migratory. They may under son Louis Becker A J Lassiter Michael Me PRACTICAL'WATCHMAKERS s'

CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY. Kelsey plum, peach pomegranate, I certain circumstances migrate for Gough,JR Zelgier J D Walter, J D White, I J JEWELER I::

It Fasbaw, _
James Pritchard, '
; Qmcm AT FORT DALLAS. Medlar plum, lemon mango, olive, several miles from the place of birth, Chas C Culpepper .
E C Lainer, G B Such F P Currier, W T Taylor .{ ,
MIAMI, FLORIDA. sweet and sour orange, Tangerine and although ordinarily if the breeding J 1 Turnage J 8 Sumerlln,Jesse BelL J McCol- .A.vec.: .ue D., :l\I.I::!. .. ., FL.A... .'

tabajtii orange,six varieties of grapefruit place is a permanent one and there isno .fum, J B Letters C M Greer, W H Weatherly/. fe-rn_ \ _ : {.'
,
JJR. J. M. JAOEBON, JB, three varieties of pineapples; gentle wind to assist the migration, L C Oliver W L Joyner. J II Brown E T Wlliamson -- - ---- I :

,W G Coats, A B Weaver,G W Venable, :E3CEFEE.S E =: ;
rose applesngar apple, sapadillo, rub they may die in the immediate vicinity James H Williams Joseph Cooper Scott Payne ,

OFFICE:: ber, tamarind teias, mulberry, mau- of their birthplace. Allen Stokes, Nelson Horton Y F Gray:William HOTEL MIAMI '

"' pigeon cork oak, Australian I . I Baldwin E D Rielly, D R Mnrchlnson
: HOTEL BISCAYNE BLOCK AVE. D. me apple pea, H BLOCK.BREAD
oak, oleander eucalyptus!, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. J H Johnson J C Bravo,S A Bravo,,Sabe Grlfn FRESH H# -

: MIAMI, FLORIDA. anilla, sisal hemp, sansivera, sea THE BEST SALT in the world for cuts ,J M Graham, 8 B Anderson, L J Louis, .
raises, eoree, ulcers salt rheum, fever Richard Floyd Lee Williams, James Arnold, '
: grape, cassava pepper, crape myrtle, sores, Letter, chapped hands chilblains, John H Wiggins, H E Tuttle, Gary McCuen, ROLLS BUNS CAKES. PIES. EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS. .

;; R. H. HUDDLESTON, M. D., geiger tree, hibiscus, arrow root, corns, and all skin eruptions' and positively GA Worley, D W Merritt. W G DeBerry, A NTownle 5 .. Charles Courley. B 8 Irons. D F
aloes. cures piles or no pay required. It ,

j GRADUATE RUSH MEDICAL COLLEGE On the place of G. J. Sullivan we is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction BroWne, R R Taylor H F Scruggs! ,Geo 8 Dukes, It
DELIVERY AND SHIPMENTS :
or refunded. Price 25 cents E B Douglas Wash Singleton,John B Thomas
money per
.2., CHICAGO. found a coffee tree with ripe fruit box. For sale by Townley Bros. 6-21-6-26 Nat Henderson G B Spivey W J Gautin J T PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ( ,

Office corner A v.nut C and 12th street. upon it, and ate a fig from a tree only I r . .. Ibritton, W B Lee W H Pent, J S Warner :
OFFICE HOPM- a. m to U Ill, and t to 5 p. m.
10 months old from the slip standing Bicyclists Mark Richardson, W B Lewis F Wharton, ICE EVERY DAY ,I
MIAMI FLORIDA, J G Pope, Forrest Lake L T Pine, W B Spiers, -
eight feet high and which had been in While out trying trying your wheel, Fred Diekesson I
lax Auschwitz C D Cameron, .
i T. 8KAQG3.1C. D, bearing since July. don't fail to get a cool drink or a dish James Woods, Thou Mitcoell, O H Bradley. L D'' Para Distilled Artesian Water neo l. .
_ __ p of ice cream at Chas. Courly's, Buena Address mail orders to LAKE.WORTH ICE:
We should hardly be doing justice Hay,P B NeUson,C C Scott A J Barley, C L COMPANY

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. did we not mention the fine rich ham- Vista on Saturday or Sunday. Dorothy.,H F Hinson. Wm Arthur, Rlly Johnson Miami Fla, or call in person at warehouse, on .'venae I>. ,. .
5-n-Sm
ft m
W Miller John Fro- ; \ '
C K Low C E Scott .
mock J.A. Addison w.hich iaadense '
of --- ---- ---- ---- ------ --- I
Office Miami Drat Store Citation. hock, W P Hatcbett,T L Townley, Jessie Ben,
.; Prompm.toeoclockLic. growth of mammoth guava and other IN COURT or THE: COUNTY JCDOB or DAna J B Glitman Jacob Mlddtebrooks H L Bogy THE NEW PLATING STYLE: .
.
residence, OocanutOroTt.MIAMI STATE FLORIDA.
or :
at COUNTY
fruit trees. We saw here alligator A Willis T G Lashley G H Kent,I R Hargrove
_ FLORIDA. In the matter of the Estate of Julia) Cam [ .
A
S Morse J Enlarging. Tintypes. ;
pear trees which excel anything seen D. Tuttle late of said Count y.de-4 Citation Ferris Gautler Frederick P PHOTO'S .
ceased. ) there Fred Rutter, J Martin G M MeLendon, ;
by us in this line on our trip of inspecion. Kodak pictures fimsned and all'
: ENLOZ D. D. 8 It appearing from the last will and testament Geo B Barker J D Johns Louis Gnecco W R ,

QILLISPIE Mr.Addison is the oldest settlerIn of the said Julia D. Tuttle. late of aid county, Saunders, G ABa,. L H Gear T J Jones. L L work finished "up to (date? at 1.

the Cutler section having located eceued. that W H. DeWitt of Cleveland FJklus, O U CasweU Edward Brinkerhoff, R M

CROWN & BRIDGE WORK there 82 years ago, and takes pleasure late of Obio, and A. E. Kingsley of Miami Smith,C Booney E DIckson. J P Toms, E H FRED HAND'S GALLERY AVENUE D. ONE BLOCK WEST OF 1, .

1 Mad a Specialty. In reciting tales relating to the earl) State of Florida" were duly appointed execu- Forssell, Jesse Hayes ibis X mark). Fred 'CATHOLIO CHURCH. 5-llns.hia-m ...
Office Boon: 8 a. m.to B p. m. Office in Belcber'1 ton and trustees of said estate and It further Brlnkernoff, Anderson Mack H K Chestnut, S
Brick Btoek comer A v.D and Jab 8t- history of this section. A portion of appearing that the (aid persons so appointed i Lewis Strand Harry Adams, Chas PerpaO, -' -._- -->-- -'- -- _. '- ----- --

1 MIAMI FLORIDA. beautiful hammock has been reservedfor as aforesaid have) petition duly. filed,appliedto :Sames Welch W L Torbet,Jack Smith Get D EI.ASTI G G o- pt

a public park. this Court f6 f. letter testamentary on said Morton,O A Flower.J I' Kennett, T C Ramp- -

estate. This therefore I* to cite and admonish ton, W H Vaughn: ,John Woodward, F S Sabate FRED RUTTER .: ;: : .
HE. B. E. CHATER To who may be sceptical as regards
,
any an and singular the heirs legatees and creditors -I John Omweg Aaron Jones (his X mark), Beck .

the growing of oranges in this. bf the said'Julia D. Tuttle. deceased personally er Lewis George Griffin B H Smith W F Pope,

DENTIST. section, we would say pay a visit to the to be and Ipl'elrMtfore me. on I D J Radabangh D C Vredenburg. John Pink- Gen.era1: CoD.trac1o: : ; ,- : -

Office la RanlenoB Block northeast comer of I beautiful- grove of Win. Fuzzard at Monday, the 5th Day of December A. D.1898, ney. Richard Grnlock F W McBride R S MIAMI FLA. 5 -

Avenue D and 18th street. find set at my office in Juno, Florida, and stow cause lanagan, Samuel Sands,J E Kelley, Hal Man ,
Cutler where will 10 acres "I' '
you Ir any they can, why. the said letters testamentary nit(his X mark) Gad King (his X mark), Pleileudorff 6-3-6m.b0.fs Dynamite, Fuse and Electric Caps always on hand. -

MIAMI FLOIRDA. out to different kinds of tropical fruits should not issue as prayed for without H Poland John Mooney, q G __ __ - --- 4'l

and 100 orange trees in bearing. Mr. requirement of bond. hilips,John B Goodman,W H Glrtman, BobtMathers The climate of the East Coast of Florida -

: S. TEEDERIOK, 'uzurd will this year sell over 100 Given under my hand and seal this 29th day .G W Benson Christian Guelto, A

JOHN of of October A. D. ISPS. >ewey, M H Wadsworth, Will Patton (his X is nearer perfection than that of any ,' 4
boxes oranges.At [L. S.] A. B. HEYSER, (IL. S.] mark), Chas Chatman Henry Owens (his X "" .
.
CIVIL ENGINEERAND every place we visited we founda 4nov 2dec. County Judicela. mark). Z W Erlckson,P T Winch 0 F Davis other place on earth.
SURVEYOR. One growth of trees for the time they R T Stephenson 0 P Bagan,Jas F Woodworth, 1I

1 bad Joe White,J A Wright,B J Harrington (his X
been growing.The ;
Public for State at Larf Particular R.
Notary Ceo. & P Peninsular Frank G G Grandberry Geo H
Attention given to 8ub-DlTidlnx Large Tract. attention of the people of Cutler I mark), Spanish
: omee on MIa Street South Side, near Are D. Green, B J Coswen,Jas D Brown, Philip Bowman -
MIAMI, FLORIDA.JOH1fDONOWIftEB In the past has been given almost exclusively New Northern Florida Air Line and (his X mark),A D Owens Abram B Kelly ''

to the growing of trees, and Florida Trunk Line. J,E Rogers,Landon Blackstooe (his-mark), 1 'd

not until this year has any attention Time Table In Effect July 6.1898.No'W.NoSb Raymond Patton Frank Reynolds, I Alkens ,
__ 'r H MIngo,Robert Ruffing Robert Brown [bis
been given to the growing of a vegetable -
NOtSTHKKNPOINTS. NoJ:) NO 37 X mark]. Andrew Jackson Ibis X mark], W DBascombe ,
TAILOR. crop for market. Neverthelesswe luily Daily Daily Dally ,Fred Coon Jas Gillison. DBMabery, I =. -

OTCI ft years experience.Full found 75 acres under course of cut sot SlOp Lv..Jacksonville. .Ar 915a 995pS4ta Mack Richardson M O Bell. H J Jackson Cuss \ 4 :

Stock of Samplea 01 all LaUat W..... tivatlon. The crop will be found in 7 31 ipSja .. .... ...Ynle4t..... A 40a 840p Henry, W L Pittman, John Stevens oseph : \ : 4
Shop in Belcher1 Brick Butidieg.UtAh Ulla Slap Ar. .Fernandlna..Lv. lISa lOop Schneidman J SchneW-
the annexed schedule. a 9 00p 44 .... .Everett.... 1 Ota 6 45p D&rr1.SI1as Austin
I, FLORIDA. .. .. ..... .. .. Brunswick.. ..540p man,Geo H Johnson, AU Davis, O Castellano :
In conclusion we wish to call atten- 120lp 1ISp 44 ,. Savannah .. li 21Ia 447p I, V J Fury, R D Gladwln, Monroe Done). W R n.f';

tion to the,rare and valuable mineralo.. ltMIII13p Lv....Savannah.... MOa 44tJPIi" Barney Geo Bldwell, H F Atkinson, John Kro-::
E. RICHMOND, ep! U..a Ar..Fairfax, S. C..L S lJa 221p
c Se logical' collection-of S. H. Richmond 241'1- 249a 44 .Denmark .. >24a 134p nowltter,J J Hind This X mark], Sam Walker. S
9.p aMa 44 ..Augusta,Ga... II lima J W Murphy, J H Clorey .[his X mark], F A Onouii
which consists of over 1,000 specimen: 40fip 4 24a 44 Columbia S.C. :: 12 47a 11 55a500p J W Johnson
I 44 ; Root, Peter FNelon,Geo Williams
REAL ESTATE. from all sections of the il iaa Spartanbnrg ....
gathered ...... l4p Asbville.N.C. Geo A Hay. Chas Cone J R Dewey H M
country. bVcollection of wbiqh cover 8 t.!.) 9 lSa: .". Charlotte " tOSp. 925a King. Chas Carroll H J Anthony. E E VaiO.H ,
8 l'1a
I047a1043p
FLORIDA. a period of about 20 years.Remarkable 93->p 12 lOp 44 Ihbualt.Greensboro .. 706a A Braddock, P H Lee,S W Douglass,Chas H 1

CUTLER, I -S ... I 115lp iaop 44 Danville Va. : BOTp ssoa200U Garthstde A K Boyne. -
.
44 Richmond "
12
a ma 82.'p I oon Ul'1.1C.UfT.
I 53a S40pcaop Lynchburjt, 340a - $- .,
Rescue. : CharlottesTllte t&fia1115al043a :STATE or FI.bSIDA, |t > .hH
sa 215p
MBS. W. E. MARCH tfNiamIvdlj )
..
DADS COI7NTF. J
Curtain III II ea erq. ".. Washington .. ,
TXAOHB THE PlAJTO, Mr'Michael Plamfield 80oa u Ep II ..Baltimore.. .. 1 l14"la '20pS56p Before me the subscriber personally cam v
make* the statement that.she caught 10 Ilia !i6p .Phiildelpbla... 'I':IDa niP John BReiny, who being by me duly sworn .
OBOAV, OctXAX Am MAKTX>TJII. cold which settled on her lungs. She I243p 12Sa ..New \ork..., 121&aeoop 490p00a \
b Is the agent for C B Knott Gt'DcralSoperintenden&.IPpl1ean&
her .5P: 3o00. .Boston..... II > gays \ ,
and Lesson each treated for a month by family -
One SUht-elnrint Beading was for permission to ecU
Calf slid on Wh street east He told her oua10l8a, ClOp Ly. Jacksonville .Arr P lifJIIJ . .r
week tree. cottage physician but grew worse. 730a92&p application, -- --- :
C addrea S(Sip Everett.... Lv liquor mentioned in the foregoing -
01 ATenne ,or she was a hopeless victim of consumption .. 74il 4154wa M..Atiants.... .* \IU5p 6_ ahVhe swears that each and every name or ,/? .
4 MIAMI, FLORIDA. ami that no.medicine could core 4 Ilk S u ..Chattanooga. 7a/plOOOp
44 ... mark affixed to such application was the act I
.---.7 Rb;, . .Cincinnati. S xc. ... #
her. Her druggist suggested Dr. King'sNew and deed of the person purporting to sign the aa1 ii. ftess Ortega Groft'", PI.ppIe Platatles ,,
: Discovery for Consumption. 8hbought wNo., 34 leaves Jacksonville at 5 p. m, Yn-. and that there was no fraud, bribery or Gram ad Firm .r the rolatrr tributary' MISDLLH .
same. eee..d
A New Lawn Grass bottle nd to her delight found ,, lee at 4:45 p. nu, Ferdandlna at t:20 p. m,ETC ,
.a cit at 1:46 and arrives.Brunswick at 8to: r. m. deception In procuring such ,signature or
FOR SOUTH.I I herself benefitted ,from first doee,, She Ua.No.asarrl'ps: at Evertte at ,;3L m.. marks and that all such 11Ires.nd marks ; RITER, LAKE WORTH and BISCATSE BA ;
THE continued its 'aDd after taking six leaves Fernandina Ji5a\m..arrives Tales 859
UM .,
from JaekMBTin via the .
of the reached
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obtained after the revision registration are <
-"Eo and well a. m.and arrives at.Jacksonville at 9:40 a. m.IIos. were .- .
:; St Iwi. 2vc&.n.:: bottles, found herself sound : } .31, ts, 35 and W make connections for list In June A. D.1898. -
: Grow oa Surface onlT. Does act DOW she does her own housework and is Brunswlck.afTivinst Brunswick. 4:30 p. m. and JMO.B.RKILLT; I :FLORIDA ;EAST COAST EAILTTAT..
: t trial bot f) *) ta. respect I vely. For ew Orleans trainieayeaiaeksonvllle9:45s. .
etc. as well aa she ever was. Free : p.
Interfere irttfc Shrnbbery at Miami
:; .m.with through ales I SWOrD to and subscribed before me ..,
If. ? .. W.H HASKELL tie*of, this great"';.discovery. TownleBros y ers, arriving New Orleans 7\40 a. m. On,; Florida this 23d day of November,A.D.1898. - .
"iIo r' M144giieo-I31 D&Lur. 1'1.I4Sf zngsthee. .' Only 50 cent and $. thiwiah sleeper line. Arrlvek Jacksonville [L 8.j B, II. Surra '. :
: every bottle guaranteed. 5.21.fl.26.vLSa.e. from New Orleans S:JKt p. m, \ Notary l'ub1tc.state of Florida.
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.. BLEXriXO CAB SKBVTCK.No .
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.Bent. !'.J5 and M Fast Mail, Steertrs between d
:: ,_ '1'J' Bile or PonBent' or Lease. New York and Jacksonville and theNZtncinnati Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suckers for t
*
;. :,/- ;' Homestead of 160acre. pine land A large three story 'bouse all conveniences SieeperyiaAshevilie.'Nos.37 and 8 carry Through Sleepers\between Sale. ".
: 16 acret'under eultiTsUon about two ,.completely -furnished, will Jacksonville New York in connection with Abbakas, :Egyptian Queen, Golden '1.
- anile' from Miami on tbe aoutlvftid ot a, 13,1 and 11 with Pullman Sleepers ttwte Queen, Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne "
for the winter
kvh t rent responsible parUeew1thoutim&lchIIdren Jacksonville and Tampa. \ 'P.r espy 4 j beastlfal boek"Est toad et I1ert'a",ht. map of... .
Miami rirer., Home and outboIldinfB 'For fur. No.36 carries the Cincinnati and Florida Am- and Red, Spanish. Apply to teal3fllal rtorWa aid .I r.hror..tJt.. S4YftIII t ..
1 ,
<*_ \ Oran|( ,lemon Ume.allifator pear another formation Ited. This Is brought. to Jacksonville by No\3X HADDOCK A; MATTHAMB, !
tber in address .
A- O. 'laeOONELL..Gen.Fass. Art. \ z..mcrtT J.p .mu Z.JJ..1URJD -
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frolta., Inqulreoforaddress' "Palm Beach Pinery/ : .
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Fla. be.FuiVi Tm.Saseu.r. -
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I W. M. Peach eriT. C O. Featherly. these gentlemen talk of anything but STATE OF FLORIDA. Wolves are becoming very comomn SPARKS FROM WIRE; HIS RETURN TO BECELEIIR4TED.

women horses and the chances of I and troublesome in the cattle range in The Dreyfus Propaganda Society. ,, ,,

4t TilE IIAII IHTROPOLI8 promotion. You see I still have my SMALL NEWSY ITEMS ABOL1 Lafayette county. Last week Charlie TELEGRAPHIC NEWS FROM ALL hal adopted the following '

mone '." v EVERYTHING IMAGINABLE McKenney found a calf which had ""Resolved That we' 'call upon our' '
PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Published by -p .--- __ been killed by them. He at once bait- sympathizers ell over the country .to ., ,
The slight mannishness in wearing
> The Bay Biscayne Publishing Co. Clippings of Florida Events From ed the carcass with strychnine and prepare and hold suitable festivities 4
apparel that women are now affectingis Short Stories of the World' Doings
J Our State Exchanges Carefully the next day found two large wolvea on the day that the hero artillerist +
giving both hands and feet a chance Told by Telegraph in
Miami, Dade Co., Fla.. Dec. 2, 1898. Condensed for ,Our Busy dead near "the calf.' During the past Condensed Form. (Dreyfus) sets his foot upon French .t
to breathe. It was impossible to find
'x --- ==- _---- Readers. week other parties have killed four soil. f
gloves in America at time that had :
one
j r To be carried in the latest way the wolves and taken their scalps to the Senator Morgan of Alabama has
the effect of the man's glove,
general
watch must, of necessity, be a tiny About 20,000 boxes of fine orangeswill cattle men at Mayo, who are paying QUAKER BOYS WIN. been invited to\speak at the banquet

thing, and not too thick. It is suspended but the most stylish gloves are now be gathered in the Thonotosassa $10 for each wolf killed. 611 a field knee-deep in mud the Uni- which the Baltimore society will give

y as before, from a long chain, made after the design of the masculine section of Ilillsborough county this versity of Pennsylvania football team, on the occasion of Dreyfus' "exonera- '
article, and are worn loose and Those j oung men, who, previous! to
which, when it falls to the waist-line winter. Thanksgiving afternoon, defeated the tion and complete vindication by thexurt '
e in the United States service .
enlisting
comfortable. The have wide over
and is then taken again to the collar Cornell eleven by: a score of 12 to 6. of Cassation." I.
up 1'. B UaU-liffe former resident of in the 4
lapping seams a single clasp or one a join "li Companies Florida State "
It is doubtful if has ;.
ever a
and effect. game
gives a pretty graceful \
button, and to cover the wrist Cedar Keys, who left with a party for Troop, will now find themselves
::. Then, in the folds of velvet, ribbon or pear been played under more unfavorable SCHLEY BANQUETED IN BROOK-
there is an extra length below the button the gold fields of Alaska, returned to tn TiKTs of those commands. Gover- '
silk in between the collar band and conditions, both as ; Bronson last week. Hlo ham baa decided that the
latest men's
as in the gloves. nor
the collar itself, the watch is placed. weather. The wind, which had been Rear-Admiral Winfield S. Schley was
These gloves come in white or in the Jasper is among the progressive companies who 'volunteered in the from
I I blowing strong the northeast tendered a complimentary dinner in
colors used for street and Florida She is lTnited States service have simply
towns.
by men putting in a
Kansas City, Kan., has a blasksmith nearly all day, suddenly shifted to the the Brooklyn Club by its members.
business wear. They are of finer material system of waterworks, having recently b"u on .1 !'t u"e of aosence from the
west few minutes before the laid
named Swinghammer, Salina a milkman a game) Covers were for 150.,.Rear-Admiral
.and better finish than the Eng- bonded itself for the State militia and that each organization -I'I '
w' named Waterman,Wichita a joint- purpose. who.I I I I started, and instead of the persistent Scbley was escorted to the club" by t
lish gloves theg irl who liked mannish will remain intact.. Those I
: i.t named Deril :friend, Eudora an undertaker The receiver of the J., T. &. K. W. :. drizzling rain, a snowstorm of almost Congressman Bennett, .and,he was accorded
effects has been abroad for enlisted in the State militia enlistedfor
sending ,
? } named Coffin Colby a lawyer R. 1!., in his quarterly report just issued blizzard proportions set in and con- a hearty reception by the

'y named Dyre, :McPherson a game and naturally, they cost much more, states that the Sanford & Lake three years.-Gainesville Sue. i i tinned without a let up until the game guests when he took his place at the

bler named Cheatem. Blue Rapids l a but they are worth. the money. I Kustis division was operated at a loss Mr. R. W. Goode and members of was concluded. guests' table along with Chauncey De- .
1.
'" barber named Pullem. Lyons a preacher of $3,718.09; for the quarter.Col. his family received from the Klondike I : pew, Benjamin Tracy, Colone\. hester
Benjamin Berdell, a wanderingclock I DATE NOT FIXED. '
named Doolittle, and Ellsworth a last Tuesday real gold nuggets as tokens and Saint Claire McKey -
is death flies. Three C. C. Post recently captured a i
repairer, on The exact date of the issuance of
k newspaper man named George Wash- of remembrance from one of Mr. When Admiral Schley arose to speakhe
when at N. J. dur- large sea bass off his ocean pier at
years ago Rahway, the civil service order of the President
with
ington. Goode's nephews John M. Goode, of was again greeted prolonged:
ing a storm he ,was picking cherries, Daytona. It weighed thirty-eight ; has not been fixed. The President has '
.l# . = West Ferndale, Wash., who. is still cheers, which were renewed at Intervals ,
when the tree was struck by light- pounds, mid is the champion catch asked the final 1 1I
to have
In the village of Sattel, in Canton '' working his claim in the Klondike, i departments during his telling of the destruction -
received shock. since the opening of the pier. I '
ning. Berdell a severe recommendations submitted at the
Schroyz, a carious landslide occurred and will remain there another year. I of Cervera's fleet The other

41 a short time since. An inn was carried It transformed him into an electric :. For a box of tangerine oranges ship- His! younger brother, W. R. Goode has i I earliest moment,. and the Indications speakers were Chauncey 31. Depew '.

without sustaining any injury, 35 man. Anyone who shakes hands with ped to Washington two weeks ago, Dr. I just returned home to enjoy the I are that it will be out In a few days. and Benjamin Tracy.EARTHQUAKE -' ,

I feet down a hillside stopping just him now receives a severe shock. By M. M. Hampton, of Leesburg, receivedd : wealth he has made in the gold fields I The President yesterday discussedI :

short of being precipitated into the pressing the blades of a knife between $ net. A box of grapefruit and common in the past three years.Melbourne I general scope of the forthcoming IN VIRGINIA.!

I river Stelnen. The garden, the imme- his thumb and :finger during a stormI oranges netted him $6.50. I Times. exemptions with the members of the A very perceptible earthquakeshock

I he charges the metal so thoroughly was felt in Roanoke, Vsu Fri-
robinet and others and there have
diate surroundings of the inn, the i I Captain Phares of Yalaha shot and ,
'' that be lifted: Last Sunday, Mr. J. M. Beauvais about thirty-seconds. No
heavy weights can been several consultations) of late day lasting
; road In front, are all intact. Even killed a fine wild turkey one mornIngi I
When flies alight him'they drop went out to look at> his grove on the serious damage was done.
upon departmental officials.TENDER .
.. two large elms near the house have i week that perched on the top of among ,
dead. When he is in a dark room outskirts of town, taking his young
b not suffered. I his fowl house' It I
: was a large gob- MARINES ARRIVED IN CHINA.
with him. While return- i
: sparks flash from his flesh and his I pointer dog THEIR RESIGNATIONS.
; bIer that had come up three evening 'I The United States WI.1an4
eyes shine like incandescent lamps i i i ing home and paasing'through a small The members of the Colonial Cabinet navy
A Philadelphia man owns a most in succession with a flock of tame tur- marines in China. dispatch was're
I
Whenever a storm approaches Berdell trip of woods a large' ratltlesna.kesuddenly tendered resignations to General a
s unique assortment of pieces of blotting He should have his '
keys. postponed ceived at the Navy Department stating -
raised and struck his fine
becomes highly charged with electric- up Blanco, who accepted them but requested 1
paper, collected by his father, visit .ntil after Thanksgiving.John that the captain of the Boston had
i. J: ity and it is dangerous to touch him. ]winter dog, within fifteen feet of the secretaries to continue the : !
; who was long an official of the \\bite ; Milhgan of Sioux Ia. is landed his marine guard at Tien Tbu t* "=
He says that he feels no inconvenience City, where Mr. Veauvais stood and directly exercise of their. functions until hisaccessor *
House, each of which bears, reversed, I! in Ormond for the winter. Mr. Milli- The dispatch was taken immediately ?
A .
in line with where he
except that he will not go near a moving was walking.The shall have taken possession.
,
the signature of a president from General -' L
is hundred and to the White Hou -by AcUng'Secretary -
locomotive for fear of being gan having one thirty- pointer was a fine, registered dog Genera Blanco has announced his Intention -
f :.\ Harrison who died a month after five tents made for the Allen. Secretary Hay was cabled ,
canvas protection and quite a loss to his owner.-The the Villa
I drawn against it and killed. of leaving by steamer '
r .. his election in 1S31, to Garfield. ... I of his orange trees. He will fevares Herald. Verde. into consultation with \' the result, *of !b :F

On one sheet, the most highly prized Here are some excellent suggestions stretch a ,tent over each and,place an reassuring the: official i and aUarjxg.-{ : .. -

=t of the lot, the last'official letter sign! about perfume, which If followed oil stove in each tent, and in this way On Tuesday the board of county LILJUOKALANI: HERE AGAIN. their first feeling of apprehension.. : -.
commissioners authorized the sale of
i t'tf
ed President Lincoln blotted
by was to his trees from frost.
will keep milady as sweetly fra- hopes save f '
before he assassinated Booth. the crop of oranges on the Poor Farmat On board the steamer; Coptic, which UNION JACK HOISTED. M :
was by grant as a rose, although the fragrance Sanibel Island shipped its .j'i
first +
arrived in San Francisco from the
. $2.00 per box on the trees, the fruitto According to & dispatch from

Many years ago a visitor'to Edin- will be but the suggestion of fruits last week, consisting of eggplant be gathered by Dec. 1st. A reliable Orient via Honolulu, was ex-Queen Shanghai to news agency published t i-

burgh :was being shown over the high ragrance-simply a fresh sweetness. peppers, and tomatoes. This estimate of the crop places the number Liliuokalani of Hawaii. in London the British admlraj{ has \ ,'

;/ t court of justiciary. He made some Vs a foundation there is nothing bet- year the crop is estimated to be over of boxes at four hundred, which The ex-Queen Js very reticent regarding hoisted the Union Jack-over. Ting-Hal: ; t

I remark concerning the dock and Its ter than orris, the pure Italian orris I 200000 crates, barring a freeze the will yield a handsome profit over anda.bove' her mission to this country the capital of the Island of Chunan \ :

.I duties, and in reply the official jokingly that is imported in large jars. With crops never loked finer or the prospects the entire expense of the Poor but from passengers on the Coptic It and over several other: Islands in ?the i L -;

: : said the visitor might one day be this large silk pads are filled one beIng brighter than at present. Thelargest Farm for the past fiscal year. The was learned that: the general impression Chunan 'archipelago. ;.; fIf
placed at the bottom of each jar in the of the .
sentenced to be hanged In that very acreage history yield would have been nearly double, js that she has come to make for- \
In the ehjffonier. Little silk sachet island is in. BIG FAILURE CAttLE i TEU- i
:t room. The sightseer was the notorious but quite half the crop split and dropped nal application for the restoration of : .j ..,
Dr. Pritchard. Two years* had bags Are ,filled with it and sewn in the The Florida Finance Co., have sold off.-Kissimmee Gazette. the Hawaiian crown lands value Its ESTS. ;' H, i" ,
'y I" sleeves of each frock and even in the A failure involving cattle interests Y
''barely passed when in the dock he had the crop of grapefruit and oranges on said, at 6000000. It is claimed
bottom the skirt. At the shoulder of the Ashton and the other Manager Horace E. Hale of the throughout, -Southwest was .precipitated <,'
so closely Inspected he was doomedto grove groves that the crown lands are private property i
each chemise there is put a silk sachet the W. Tampa Grays has made a contract in-Abilene,;Kansas. when: an ;
the to
death for poisoning his wife andy belonging to company and are not subject to confisca
mothet4n-1aw.-London Mail. i attached to ribbons and daintily B. Mokinson Co. One hundred and with the manager of (the famous female tion. attachment suit for $40,000 was filed! J

I. tied to the shoulder. These are em- fourteen boxes of grapefruit at $J a base ball club of. Kansas for a ---1-- against Granlc. Gillett of Woodbine1'_ \ <

4.. broidered with initials in white. For natch< game to be played on the new by the Gillespie Commission Companyof .i
It takes most of a young naval of- box have been shipped from the Ash- POISONED: BY HIS WIFE. 1
ficer's salary to keep his wardrobe in the bath, little cakes of sweetness, ton grove and there are seventyfivemore Tampa Bay Hotel grounds in about Kansas City. Gillett !controls thousands '1

__ condition to suit his superiors. The that effervesce and dissolve when boxes unripe fruit left. two weeks. The female ball playersare John Anderson, a head machinist of cattle on Ute Southwestern ._ ., '0>

thrown into the water tour-'of the Southin in the Coe Bass Company's fac- and his liabilities-are believed '
imparting a now making a ranges _
,first thing a naval cadet is taught is
r' .p delicate almost Collector John E. King has ordered their and with tory in Ansonia, Conn., is dead from be million dollars. *
fragrance imperceptible priyate car, carry to over a ...
how to keep ,his uniforms in condl- .
'' tion. He has a number of them for although lasting, should be used. n lot of screw top, one-half galloncans them'a folding grand stand which will the effects of arsenic poisoning, and It is now known that on Monday

( . different occasions, but the regula- A simple bath powder may be used by which he will fill with syrup and accommodate 5.000 people. That it his wife is under arrest on the chargeof of the present week Gillett mad an '

,. tions are most exact. Naval officers mixing violet with orris and keepingIt put on the market. He will label the will attract an immense crowd thereis poisoning him, assignment and deed of'trust andAll\'

4 in a large cut glass bowl, with an cans( and fill them with choice syrup. no doubt.-Tampa Times.A Soon after dinner Anderson became of his holdings to D. W. Naill.Gillett

.." are officers much in_more particular the than army of immense powder puff put temptinglyon We ore of the opinion that Mr. King suddenly ill in the shop. He grew so at once departed for Texas. Mr. Na\ll,
regard to making number :of our young people in weak that he to be driven home.
had
the that
top. has hit upon right plaji, and however, refused to accept tiff trusteeship -
I their uniforms, for they are continually Florida will '! and out of town are at work in the There he sank rapidly, and, despite
: syrup br'njr G fano( pric"when and the papers were not filed.
cruising about the world, entering basket of the WarneD
M department the efforts' of several physicians
The Value of a Mulch in Rose Culture. properly put on the market.- Some idea of the extent of daiett s
,,; foreign ports and must uphold' the Inverness Chronicle. r' Lumber Company's mills here and are save his life, died early in the evening. liabilities was gained at the county ,

f honor of their country. all so far well pleased with the work. --
Comparatively. few about 15 } register's office, where fully $1,000,000of ::1
rose growers Philip Fitts a young man -
,
;'a r Ii. This new branch of industry is nice, '
Claude Monet, the Impressionist artIst seem to realize the great benefits of years of age, met with a horrible accident neat and dean work. Thus an opportunity SOLDIERS THANKSGIVING.The his paper is recorded. About one-
muWh 'in fine Seventh army corps had an un- third of it is blanket and unreleased
i who lives in the picturesque- a growing1 roses says ; in Port Tampa which causedhis presents itself in which manyprogressive
fe writer In the! Mayflower. In thegreat death. usual Thanksgiving. The ladies of Sa- mortgages while the remainder "cov-
:' lage of Giverny, In Normandy, Is now : Thisoung man was on a. people step .
young may
*i majority of where an train WhiM to :the dock vannah gave Gen ral Lee's thirteen ers cattle now being fed. 1.
a wealthy man, but the house he has places was going into line with the workers of today
% attempt is mbde to the rose when he off and landed the thousand soldiers a turkey Thanksgiving -
grow jumped on
,
5 \ enlarged is quite like that of the surrounding and making for themselves an independent SA\TUGO'StNEW (MAYOR. v
.rl White water 'is scarce nd hferd to apply track just ahead of the dinner train, dinner. Five hundred ladies visIt-
; peasants. plaster living, and something in the Some time ago Major McLeary,
ed the during the afternoon
and-generadly w&en a drouth flOPs in when he struck the camps
was by engine
with a red tiled roof narrow and low way of a neat bank account beside if: whom Gen. 'Leonard Wood had apx !

..ct:: and long for his family is large. Pert the roses -are neglected and soon fail cutting him literally< in two, leaving they 'choose.-Plant City cor. Times- and served the tables in each regi pointed Mayor of Santiago, requested ito
to be a. "thing of beauty," if Indeed his limbs side of the rail and ment. Turkey, fruit and cakes were
be "is on one ,
sonally, an interesting looking Union and Citizen.Jacksonville be relieved of his Mayoralty duties,
the.plants do not die outrigfot. his bodyon the other side. He lived served to every man. Outside of Camp
a a.. t man of about 60, strong and rugged and to return to his military/post. -
On the other band. in city gardensxchere minutes. is to have a new thea Onward the provost companies at a
i.5 about 40 -Tampa Tribune.!
He
the type .of a refined peasant ,
.
This was granted.In
water is plenty end easily tre. The site selected is at the cornerof dozen different stations were given request
applied -
t ,wears the big clumsy wooden sabots A great many menare employed by the opinion of General Wood it U
k if freely used it in oases Main and Monroe streets. The dinners, so that not soldier in the en-
'
many
of the country, combined with the finest the Consolidated Phosphate Company preferable appoint.. to the Mayoralty .
stock is formed tire without Thous-
fails to aocomplfclh the bbjeot desired company now being corps was turkey.
t: linen, with, hemstitched ruffles at at Fort and to the Cubans
Ogden, cutting hauling a citizen acceptable
and has been ands of distributed -
from failure use+ it properly. Every already enough money chrysanthemums< were
neck and'wrists.r wood. The plant and dredges burn and he has appointed as Major Mc-
subscribed to make the venture the and half the
casern one can see on every band a surety among men,
r . 100 cords of wood La- Senor Bacardi an
over per day. Leary's successor
rose beds whlcb are watered freely and aa soon as the title to the corps wore boutonniers.. '
first orthodox Siamese borers in demand work at the old He is anxious to give -
The thing an are resident.
every day, yet they look miserable lot can be made'perfe t, 'actual work At night concerts were given in J al

7- does in the morning is to,scare away end sickly and the owner often phosphate plant to cut wood and will be started on the building. The the regiments. The routine of military the Mayor as much authority as is ...

the family ghosts who may have gathered -. blames fthe florist for his or her failure. work in farms, orange groves and: promoters are all Jacksonville men of duty was relaxed so that the compatible with!! military jurisdiction.The ._

A.r about the old place in the night. If tone examines one of these truck gardens, as a large acreage will the younger generation and they propose soldiers enjoyed the utmost freedom. new Mayor will 'conform to General "\.

,,y Letting off crackers is an effectual' beds he will find the surface haTd.and 3 be planted in the spring. to erect A building' that will be a Some-of the Western, regiments were Wood's ideas which are to give

< means. At. the new year all the baked w11tcih.heds off the water almost -. Capt. R. T. :Masters, of Jacksonville credit not only to Jacksonville but given dinners by their home States. .the Cubans every opportunity to show ,

': I il ghosts come trooping to their'' former t ,the oysters in the Lower St. themselves capable of selfgovernment. -
as perfectly as' does 'the back of reports to the South. General Lee and hiss, staff were dined

:. t dwellings. For three days they hate duck and if Johns and tributaries better .this winter +, l {,
a we pull up one of itihe Mr Scott Fleming, an industrious by leading families.!) "
their fun. At the end of the time the I
than in Others have
many years.
plants we will find that it is dyingfor Leon county farmer, who resides on HOSPITAL SHIP ARRIVED.

l priests and"their flocks fire guns and water though the owner''perhapswaters said the same thing, and one dealer the St. Augustine road just ,this side A GREAT DIPLOMATIST DEAD. United States hospital ship Relief '

use other devices for getting rid of the bed every day; and wonders asserts they are as good as those sent of Chaires station lost bis barn by; Theo.,Sedgwick Fay, the diplomatist has arrived at Old Point from Porto

x"S them. A Siamese js coffined face' at the ingratitude of their plants. to Jacksonville from .Cedar Key and :fire, Monday morning. Besides corn, and author, died in\ Berlin. He was Rico bringing Us second load of sick

.a downward, so that the ghost'may not All oT this would\ i.be, avoided by Apalachicola. This good condition fodder, hay etc.,. there were 400 bush- born in New York in 1807. He 'was soldiers to the new hospital. There w

.! ; I sneak back through the dead man'smouth. u1cb On all but the Capt. Masters attributes to no fresh of the American Legation In
: n: /' ng. sandiest els of seed oarts,.just thrashed out for secretary were on board 250 patients.. Only a few
The coffin is taken out soil; to 'obtain any real benefit from water overflow during the summer. Berlin< from 1837 until '1855, when h<* ill the majority being
market, in the barn. The fire occur- were seriously ;
S through a hole in the wall and carried surface watering.the entire :.urface of G. T. Willis'of Crystal river has useda red at became American Minister. Since his convalescents. The men were well
just daylight starting at or
x f several times round the house In order. the ,soil must;be..,cultivated or: raked recipe of his own for the detraction near the door and Is thought to have retirement from that\ position in 1861 "ared"for OH the ship, which is the .t

; f that 'the .ghost may be put off thescent over-es soon es the welter",ha* soaked of cut worms for the past twenty been incendiary. At the usual hour, he lived in retirement:in Berlin. most thoroughly equipped hospital '
Vfhil fam-
and not return to down, otherwise more 'damage ..thangood years ard pronounces moil suc he got np and thinking it looked too vessel in the service. -

; ily.-: Exchange. last; been done. Few.ople' 1Mretal cessful. lIe says: "else. common &>p- REMAINS WILL BE EST: TO SPAIN
light outside, went out-finding- the
I :time or IncHnartkm to::do.this, and peraa pulverized and sprinkled broadcast The entire details oj' the evacuationof GEF._BUTLER I.. WASHINGTON.Gen. ,
barn in flames. No clew to the guilty
'-a" The story is told that a friend. ; invited the remedy IB-to muidh. "By: .mulchIng over the.kind or mix with fertilizer has been found. the province of Pinar del Rio have M. C. Butler pf South,CarQ1 a.
party
to dine with Schopenhauer at_ his
c t:. ';; favorite restaurant where number. leaves: or: straw. through,:whlch.the A small bit sprinkled on the bud of Some attention is being paid to the remains of Columbus will'prob- commission\ arrivedshere today direct .

= of officers were in the habit of meeting weeds. .. .end grass. ,.;man grow. .but the corn will kill any worm working In cultivation of pecan trees in Alachua ably be shipped to Spain on. the war from Havana in response to a telegraphic .

try noticed that Schopenhanr took 'a mulchingmaterial: ust''be' applied the bud." county. At Micanopy there are sever vessel on which Admiral Manterola summons from President McTCinley -< _

gold: :coin:from,his ,pocket before eat thick enough! ;*o prevent toll weed Several manatees are 'often seen al parties who have some good trees, the Spanish naval commander wia, -return and this afternoon he had '* I

:M ing and laid it on the table beside hIm; gttmt hb. :It;,should,be placed -up'close feeding near the shore at Banyan. and at Orange Heights Dr. Curtis has to Spain. \I 'two-b on consultation with the President ......;

3' : When them; ,was:over' the 'philoso"pher under.the':plants, andtiheentre! tsar Recently a large one'about ten feet the largest and finest pecan orchardin The United States transport Florida at the White House. He madean

L 1 replaeed'lhe' coin In his-:purse; face should;be'covered: ;< ,*% !long& t:1 Miurely.along within ten Florida. He has been careful in is expected here at daybreak I tomorrow extended report of negotiations for .! :e.;

I Upon a question from'his! friend, Schopenhauer "Not :cOnly'-will;: tfhk/'muled prevent feet off: the Banyan wharf and ,gave grafting the choicest. varieties, and She will come close to Morro the evacuation;,and of the terms upon '

t.,. t explainedI havel, >een:dining -:: the\;soil(,baking- ;when''Ihe pJanits, arewatered the lookers-on, about.twenty in number will have a fortune in his orchard ia in,' Castle, will be signaled and will then which the Spaniards had agreedJ.ocomplete ':-,

with these officers for some. .m ," ,. .and prevent evaporation, a splendid: view of it. A ,few few years. Judge J. S. Dnpuis oAlachna proceed to,Marianoa without entering it by January ,1. .General i-,:

:<: he said,..'and about two months ago 1 but::',U wUl-also,:by capillary !wttraetten days oho ;Mrs. McMillan and childrenwerr also has a pecan orchard in Havana harbor. The steamer will lay; Butler gave ft as his opinion. that all ..,

i \ registered' 1L *I llentvTOWtb! irIe.t1. ,"draw,:moisture'from'b a w. The ,out,for a row, when a school of which;there are several trees in bearing outside the bar at Mariana and lan" the Spaniards have met American

J. ? gold coin, of,''considerable value,:to mulching; .material. :..rD.3i-conitst' :ofenaree'msmri'e these Mcwters came, on a nm .and The judge.'has also devoted much! Mr +"e" on lighters, which commissioners' with reasonable fairness t

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l ; ; : :'in' } While Cutler this week the representative formed the METROPOLIS: yesterday 1-c.; that I master, Frank' ',pierfce- -who'" A:-'acconv'panied "F r'the:present. season''''the: building 1!I' .'.

::tf :.........,. iiI MIN.CE. 'M "IT.. of this paper, was Informedtbat there was sufficient power "!or"tb1IPar the,'senior''publisher' of :thispiper J will !ber br>wood;bat will be'veneered H.., M. KING' .. .,. l r.;:

: at present there was none of 'the- in tbe present plant. The:Royal' to Miami) In March;18S6V ,Frank with.;brick' 'iaext.:.eason. The,corner .. !; ti.
li"fatten company.land of 1 ,the grant on the mar Palm, was "illuminated last nlght; ':for Pierce'tookogj, cord; for the future store' :.will;M" ;occupied Jl Mr. Sutzner ,. ,. ;i

-; 'y Hifiw :Hiscelkwa li ket.but that\*'DIone wjshlng puri Hie purpose of testing ihe power J Miami ,berorethere, l 'was aD';axe struck with aXgeqerai' ;Jewelry: 'stock:. :i k ;

4 I chasecould :make 'a'selection'Tind''the ora nail:driven...in Ddeam'e : I U ;,
; o $tIt Meatiwel>< ;; Harold Sjostrom Lawrence,Mass., the.new.Tcity second store will be occupied bp>> .J. .
property would l be'' reserved: for them is in the city this morning with. Orlbf -to Florida. ;?:..withus: accompanied l Kolb;lOf::,St... tiguetine pith 'a. curio rte.

-,. .' when placed on the. market. ::. %. Zollerland of New York, ,the bead-.of by;his family. >Mr..'Charles 'Pierce. .has stock'+CTh :'third'sti: ra'bas, not. 'Jetbeen
= ; Thbs. A. Sweetint of Key West, "* '
county tax aaaeaaor of Monroe county' _,'John TolnleyandJerry- Sewell l have i the Halland'colony.: Mr. Sjostrom ,I is-a been:,
'is'at the Miami until Monday; this week with'the assistance of George gentleman. of wealth and' culture, .and' week with'Jl'n bulging eyes of wonder that occupied "asV, :p a, photograph, .gallery! - .. 'd' as
6 Land; located homesteads in town t>Gthrange"89 will make his .borne at Halland. He such a city' could pring.up out' ofa Thus thejMkeep p coming.- ; :" ; :1..t' -fefc

H. C..Morris \Daytona\ ,'re resenting ; {" ast.Wblcb ,Is south; will at once erect a packing house general : .wildernessi 'since TheJ,:last' :saw;! his .*:..'*';' .: : } !- :! Funeral- .. 'Direct. ..<. ; -, .:- |#>.-
the Bond. Lamber.Company, is in brother..'" ,Mr:Pierce is
an eiperienced '
: west;of Cutler. Mr. Land has a large merchandise store and mid:mar.: .. andEmbalmer.: V 1
< t.becJti. In the .I interests. .of. his house of civil, .engineer .by.profession;*;and;::is a'opemng'of Hotels. :
number of other homesteads to enter ket. His father ,
LadwigSjostrom : '
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, - -C -t r. -vt\ '- ?" : : ; brown :and : Personal j Attention ;
r ,,{q.'N. Page: fi Oeorgiana, tither/o tn that"section,.the location of:' which. Bristol, Pa.,'has 'large.interests at.Hal-: weather-beaten''by). long The Florida.Erst Coast_Bailway! 'and. .... be.am." co au.. i 4 .. .,. '
i . Mrt dwin. 'Nelson la of be is familiar. r land, invested several thousand years.' of'out-door work.:. / I Florida .East, .boaat Steamship ',CoM : .
: ,on a tUit. ::, | } having. "#. '.. : ,. 1 &a'.Jel u.'d" .. .r :
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,1 1 --;1--lOme'dlU'atlolr at the homi .of; his ''E. has stepping dollars in pineapples and citrus.frults :Do not be deceivl3ed by what you- read operating the laml- : West' line, bere v. .
A. Waddell been '
': .J-' 'dau titer: --:. :I'; "--' .' '"< ', :' He will soonbuild, a fine home and rre: in-advertisementa. But go to Sewell' Miami-Havana line-and Miami-Nassau( :OnJCII' '.ur' 1asoiofra!' IEe,. y ; f'.._,
: high this week, a good portion of the and inspect:.their:shoe* and prices before *: ':
Uoe makeS'itb'tollowlnc'ennoance.
r t "* 'Messrs. .Chase ; i Harney". returned. time astride or riding behind a'thbr- move there with bis! family.-. And still ,\buying. :As -;every one knows! :, meat- . . = .r./i
ti: Tuesday:night.froia; ''i..for .days'- trip ougb-bred Kentucky chestnut which) they come- I < they are the.largest. dealers ,in shoes in as to the opening of the hotels' of Notteti 4foi t .: i.
.1" Miami.. .. ; ":-' -> the.',.ltast'Coast jbotel .system for the ,
vsritrA
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: / ?ft. burs
over the Keys In the interestaof'theirh be purchased last week at Jacksonville. Arthur Uaight, owner and'occupantof " .OI'nt2J.i 8 ?i ('; I"0 -
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..... ,'. .vegetabl' '' packing. . and forwarding' ... Tbe horse lea beauty and stands a sufficient Cat Key of the Bahama group;iboat' cake. walk::under tbe" direction'of season of 1B98-1 iSt.Angustini.Hotel Alcazar ;/-Italic., 1*. hereby 501''Mrll dyes that, tai< ,foHoirta- (*I< 3 "....' ,
,.basiness: "' "-* number of hands high to allow ,60 miles east of Mlaml'was..plewntcaller L. A.;Karakadie.was: given t.tbecai ; open nameL.stderpsa 13.4 ao e.'n Ma bdntIIC- ,
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? November;iO 1898 Hotel
4 Ponce De
The Cocoanut Grove end of the rock a'good distance..to separate E-A;aunty 'at the METROPOLIS office'Wednes n :of the Miami: ; last; night,;which Leooopen; , t.181899. ,', to 'mak. fldal; proof ni-gwyport /:":'Ma '"'" Lr
"January' claim aid.that aakt .
: abbreviated, pedal 'extremities from day. It is interesting to converse drew about 800 people. 'Sir couples of I (" proof vfflb au4 Wfof?
road haa 'been recelvina wme much : :Ormond -H d JanuInv Jon g '
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: &' *.* open My TBHM states coselaleea-m ,,
the ground.Thefourth. with Mr.'Ualght concerninghls color ;contested for ,fine "
the..prize a ieJ..QfmO Miami,flaw( ...
4 'needed ;repairs.. The.boles._have been . U, 18W. m.Jaaurj: VtBBt/Ttor!;* ;
pancy of' an island in the sea, far removed large cake.;; Several negro melodies Beach- DWlcht Lnod Ctt ;nAfUm, hflBMtMdfor ,
filled, up across'[[the marsh. ,,and will ;: ;.quarterly'conferetice ot .Palm_ ael Inn, open '
'"' :" from the strifes of life, his .DII opened the entertainment, afte'rwhlcb: / OM wwtlMrMt"qmarur,:IeeGIa-avTownihlp .
4 again,be in good.shape.; V ,,. the M. E:church :South was held in : December>> u.l:: :ff; Hotel Royal Poibciana "* "" <
:.. ,, two) : were ; d.t;.bDre4lz.: -
..,. -I' .. - >' .. "'">> this neighbors being some.\friend who maybe ; boars ; ; passed;"ln, :the cakewalk ::' rMiami ;:. :
.city Thursday v : T. C. / Ja He ,
.'_: !{It' : ;e enng"R be. '. open ry'14,1899. names tb .foUowtatt rrlteena to j..,. 'J
; Jon'wantrtheaeweet.andmost( visiting. He basabout bhiifouror muchto; amusement of:the
K7: :: most pleasant place for :yoar meals go A;Sanndert;'presiding,;eldersiofthe.JacksqnyiHe .Kr.Xarat.-di '' ; :. -Hotel;.Royal. ; 'Palmr, .open centlaaofa restdlaes spoil tear ss1et __.
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servants.-Here on-lookers.: "
of J. '
five families
negro ;, an Armenian otsaUFlaadvU
: ; district, Thereports : : r '::'fie : .
,; to GlideweU'a 'reataoRaCaDOPOLIIJ ;was present. January. 1899. e < n
ti be lives alone in regal splendor, with: :and: ;has .traveled the;world While of LnI.oIa CSIJ'.I1cIINI. .
r i.; block. :: T .8-4-tf*s show 60aeoessk .to theciturch ![ W ; ::
: ;. : s'J' over Key e st-Hotsl\Key 'WesV open. :ou yrase Of LeJaoa CB1..ftIdU.' ;': ,
;)" " \ : nQ'Wbo:.* can 'battl I imagine ;ind Dd'ahiar :; I interested himself 4n "
;I>r;-J.T.: Porter i state health. officer; on.Biscayne Bay this year,. im? year'roondL.-.-, 'Jams HoUe JUmoa Cftf.>f2odda; n 4r'm. ,
l fo torMeHalxl Peace inlnd.h. the national l porta'of."tbe different _... i""ci. _
v. long : of : :
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;, to"church; r "arid Nassau= l rictoria' -r, BIoobon.Cl&J. '
prone .
L wife and son'anddaughterMrs. W. nentsf:; ; property open .Jan -c i. .
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countries
times. ,of business.., Worry ;,. Hemade: a, specialty ofcake .11- 11' 6rtD .
: I aef
i -W.Mont?Joy and son of Key.West;are substantial' progress made:> rhechargewill r : l' ,walks ':In Texas..' He "promises .try 1t1899.;; : DOTS-h OC ,_ : : ; y :
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wrt '- y guetta at the Biscayne. "since :Wednes-;. likely be,divided.anotberjetriindMiami >;Readers;of the MITSOPOLIS"wlliJ find .
some;interesting .events in .this ,line
'-.P; :; : ." will I be made a station.A, ?? new advertisements'this week.,:?for"thefollowing
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.idajr: :V ., .. - .- .- -- : -, -, this whiter. The ;
>- ," r t V\-A.: business' houses1 l **' J judgesconsisting of : :c
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MIL \ff ,: v Captain M.Job nwn' of. ?Ft".Hyers"is ,Fred Blancher.this week picked np atthe :'JrH.. Cheatbara, tailor:; ?, # ;P. H.;Land, .George" 'Av'Worleyj"Gl:):; is MOtij

irf w In;'the"city looking op"a business mat-- inlet a.tigbtlylcorked.: beer',bottle .. i .;: Culver ouse, C. 'L. :2imanie ',and' C.
= Miami
drugs
Co.
; !JDrug '
-ter.which.;' if soccesafui;:will'make him into which .h blown these ;words: ': W;Gardner decided -the'award as fbl-

"3 ; V*. '.,.resident; of.'Miami.;. :Heisa.steam- 'This is the'property'oftbe.; South-African :J: W.Wateon'bardware.; ' : !t:;.. lows: to H_enry Black;and .MinnCir-t : : :1 ; '

;. 't 'boatman'and a'man of means; :a warm. . "Breweries" ;L mitedjV; 'Hoirlong 1 JSuprise Store i ,furniture.dry:goods. .;i 1' \ n ben t We.the joy; ; find couple :

.' wfriend, .of-Bl.AU Waddeil.i '. Xi r bad, that :tibttle) been jtossedj j aboutby'the i Ed Miami win-Nelson; Co; :hicycies.: '.'.._;r ,:, No.'1'guilty,.they embodying:.the\pod : .i".f': (
\ Cycle : "fjC.lH.Kaulersonineat .
,4- : waves of old Atlantic in its voyage : try.of :otioD :
with
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city : ,
precision
John' aji market.;: ',
Captain ':Welsh. (acting or-: by the galtetreimjnd; : .the'different ; > ., r and of/the ; '
are that :
v ** ,'. opinion each'step; tt s
.Ideal sod s'a..
< pondentf.of the Tlmea-Upion! and currents of the sea :from7 the time Store, dry goods> millinery.John taken'by' the aforesaid world. If"'Moad.

: . ../. ::. Citizen I' daring .the' absence .froav:.the it ,left .South' ;.Africa','until{ 'ouida ',Sewell A Co. .;shoes,- :and" :for-. ed,' be' death:'tQ all ireepinj'thingesand -: :- ,{ ,
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\ r.;city of E.T. Blackman.. ;Mr.Welch is * nishings. *. !o-
.resting place upon our:sborea?: '. to.tb ': '
'graceful perspiring (?.fair '
'old : -
::: : ;an journalist. and; trill :make.the: JLuinaius{groceriee lt \ '
;It is proposedvto utilize'the electric '. participants :'we;, 'the"culinary '
Bros. aDd'toUet
Miami department of.the TimesUnionand Townley ;drugs;stationery, '
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f?" 'f.-a. 4r: Citizen. one.of! interest... light" ''plant: (the:royal 'Palm ,for' articles !.. /::-'.- .' -*<< product.' "Let the verdicjt' 'be. 'dnlj. re' ; ,r ;1
; :; electric/powerior' : 'the'. Miami .. corded." \; .: 2j 2\-\: ... .
-\TablV:boarders' with the city'pf ''i.' W.Glideweli, restaurant.; :*? -. ....:, "'- ,""
f 'supplied and,, for private uses: :lib ; ie ,,: ;*'*.' .'. * ... ; '
'tf.- : ', : ;best of meals at tP Jw.eet.at"GJlde-: ; not :{_."F.S:1l- rae;real.estates <. .' ,' *! -- >v. ., ; ;? ,
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,. 'well:rcatauraut, 'Ave;;;, D,,. opposite sufBcient t power,in thepresent plantarwilhbeidded"to. 'TheMiami I "1 V .:NOW FOE HAVAKA. 7 } r
has ;
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been bothered
..r ''Hotel Miami. 6-4-tf ,-'J'..i. McDonald severely .* yFk. .
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; . In making this port from:Key.iWest'byehillow The I .t- --- -
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> Miami to CoauntfiM.Jleit HitaalrEna..

e' '> -. : : ; (;:. the;bar-:water..between":: and.;Cape:narrow.FJQrld.j'ind.channel'on. { :" :'-? '. .. .k ":!';;';, "of:" ,. "

: ; : Fogey.Boekeitgbt. 'The.:,MITBOPOUSis \ ,the presentschedoli- Is cirrled'out :' ,\ ,f4 ft i I a 1" 4k :
+ If : :
i informed .that ,t 'B/Ord,',:assistant the Miami will make her" first clearance [ .r. f "!. ,.., r d.i: .-

W' 1' : ..Burtilue. (}1: &souHa : : engineer =under' :,E.B.;: ; Carter,Is' herefothepbrpose for' Havana' Sunday/ :night" 1'at;,:11 .."'- ,,r" .. .. .. ,* ,"A;:::. '" . :;' .,-

:. ; planning immedlateihpiosementtzoithe o'clock after the arrival,'of the train. , ,' '"0'>oVR'" :BToc'' ,. ::02-' :' -. ':. < ;,, .,
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: : :| ; channel The T6
Key :.West left 'Wilmington DeLi -
"", %11". Miami(left' this poitfor ahe'bas ; ',Watc, .' : > .h Jewq te :r ;:;:;
t -j / Kej/West' where been In dry dock"Tuesday ". .e's' l ir "
.. :; :; l' : Tuesday afternoon at'n.'' );o'clock and morning' and ldezpecteu here'durng'tbe . ,,, : <,. ;,- , .. .;, .... :-' :

:: :'tr < , e. just:..;oene k l :' H?: a, ,_ cWJ1Qt, f 3i i f.j .' .: made West in'arid'return erceedragly;;; arriving."uicktrip In the to;Key bajrat :"West,ron aJto-day. to-uight'in to'place go upon'of;the the Key'MIljwhich .Is:very:'complete' ,- -In fact:theT'fihest; ever* ":brpughtto" "' v. y.'. ...

$> ; : ; ' :: CJ; i. ,6'o'clock: Wednesday! evening after I ant hit been on. '_tliit'run"daaring ; ; ,.. 'South. F16rirkOV.VV::; '-' ;* "".l "" ,
r : a \
-j\} r \ I : . having. .unloaded: .cargo at:KeyWet the absence of the Key West.. TtieMlantt v x fui.i hojirs> Nickel< iClpck j l "JQ I.: 11 rxi'is: .a.good'Timekeeperr 'L f';;....: "
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.She :had 'i 'awalt -.. .. '
heavy for '
;be ;
'G' : cargo may delayed: at Havana, ashort : : ?> " -' : :' .;'
., fug::.her :on:,*the. dock. on,her:TetornW : ':'time: on-.her. :'first,,iripti; ajTunderstand :-we "Wemake. specialty" 't-FJ9e- : R.e nnjg' ;:.,
.: 'y' :Ji' /- : O. 7< tf ednesday bt... She- left about her she i.to govnto$ ,.dry,dockthere < .see. us* ,o..',. ' . : '. < -.' .., ....' .j)... '.... :.. ..
J .. regnIartime| J that D gbt."i; toy I have!.her bottom scraped' ; We ) '--1 :; .z Ht\- ;:r): W' 'ft. I i l \s
,. / : .. . : ) : "Lost-7-Somewbere' i* .- ' ',the-yicinity. i oModelo have not ts'; \y'et:seen the,,schedule: 'of ;. . ..' ':. :l ;: :.. .L' : 1II' It"4 ... ):!:" ".'"

I .:. "...:, Sunday last,a gold watch:with the Havana$ run:but'understand' it :is -- /d' cade: :'Building,' t MIIAMT-i.t .*/i:
'': ; Varied well assorted; The fob chain and M,'W4A.cbarm with the proposed,to'make the.t p'jD :about 15 o.
> : ,_ .,., li1'!sand: .: ; t:> . ", following:'names:; l1gr Yed,'on 'backtWt hours each fray: The to Havana , : ; :
": .". \,0: --. line .0' .DRESS' .,, GOODS" J. .yann, ..B.Duryee,?. Carpenter..D.foye. "trip:: ; : d"j f :: i.li' i.\: ; .
; !' ;--:;, ,.f . i; '"t.. : . ,. .. { :. "', ...,..1S'." :j, ) .. Finder leave at this- :office'' and.. wjU l beinade: direaleotbi& Miimtwill i ..: : ,
receive suitable reward.* betheportotentryforalltmpodatloniro, .. . ,
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t J1: :" ,,: j> : ' specially i 'attractive! rid6uptodateVt < \;' the I of which < .A 'GLIDEWEIL'SI' :-!
-' X r "V ..'- % : : :Jit.Roberta. _"and.Wife;o New.Jork n. ,Dew. BepabHc; Cab : i : ;f.
: go IntO'tbe'control.of tbe.U.S.ire 'of ;. J\;
.. : : ': : : : : City are 'among.our,winter guests and : ; .;
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garrison January 1st. This:will make .
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: : ; : a propose to make their. :home t In?;;Miami l ; .
: . in'the'nearfOture: ,. :Mr.Eoberte.la .large; import business;for:the port of NEANEW : '
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,. /T.Tb. ,. : .. < Miami ,the; = : ;
'#" e SsFor ; ''<-. '] electricianjand manufactaring' :! cbemis t and>ill keep limited;"cuttgw.bouaeforcahebuag. 'UerS'mr ; .n'l }

7.)1C . : r ) ,%y and.-wag tb ,first manbfacturer of tne : ; .: :Especially ., fa
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;, ; ,. :' ; will this! 'be M when;the Cocoa::goes on ; : ? !
hew lfgn known : . .
> ) ; ; .as acetylene gas'S ..-.:."..." -" ....- r". ..'
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: the Nassau run abont'tbe,15thinet.: -. .. :- '."t' -< i ; .'
Mr.arid lira Roberta camel to" Miami
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ft :, : ;. $\uits1 'Waists. [Ea11 i ; h :B ri 3 \mtn, "s s > from *'Im::Beach. first:'two: J; : .,\ . .
wbicb'will be relieved:
.{ .: \> '< ::.. are: indqscribablie :' ..)lovely'' ,.:a w:; soy!('! .. 'They were determined. business .bj"¬tiir steamer the,wbich Havana we \ .. ,1.\ k ,' -: -K- rJ -
,,. to'if see'Miamiagalpstwbich:; : they :had The cleanest beet and' wholesome meal the ji7. h had: 'f:'_
most .
'. "'' {- -' .. nnderetand-trill 'one.of'tbe'; jD can 2 'i ::
'J be : Cramp .
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'p beard : _= .
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.. -. qnabje. v : sp'jnncb'said.They: : e.metheyuw ; \ 1' "i--. : 7 '
rice !
r. \ f f'1: .. : ; : "' ; : .
f ; ,, ; steamers : Liifcoln. "
) ., "< .. they were coiiquered. They. named the More ofibis The Restaurant. ., is saw tbtmi bottt;the,dtmin(room lai**, aI 7.1I pro.posetoliveebere ..
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.iJi : :: ; ; ;: ; <:. ,} 'it. . ?> : : . :t tn the future' as?soon ( later,on.::'It.-is good enough:,news. e J-cIe1IeD4, upon, oar.:ier.lai' -.to.JD&la'ou.lIIceeIl1a. - "" b :a -": .'
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'' ,. : ; to know that::;Miami's-commerce',wilhave I Uti
: : aslirrangements be perfected dI"In; 1.J; !
b : can: ;

: ' >" J '.Aac': Sli: ; .0' : es. thereaotilne'Adam..' ' ._ _'i.. -" .' i...;.,'Cbrell. .and, ::Mr.Boberts :.' week commenced." :!if good .earnest, 'next;'.. '!Table :Bbaraers: at: $4OOpr! ( w k.n :

; ." '. : ,will,cultivate five acresof'to . .: .- ,. . -, ...r.. ".- .,, .'.. , ... _... .... _< I<. '''.y e_r.. _.... '.--.-.., "..,.,-
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: ,. : niatoes' oaf, the: prairie, !iiear .Orange II. ; ;: : 'J' '. .#_ ., ,;'rg ... ..k; y' '' ,. :. : ':; >; ,, .....,:
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ap- Badge thVwinter.| 4, 4 ,Tha &>Cottages.-.; .. ,W..k..Jo. patronage ul'bo... wt. eaJi'pJM.... l f

;t ,, 4 Wie; ,haye taways} >been, ; ea q errs! in,. Walter: Scot and'wife bf"PhUadejpbjl!J* -, The,;IMXTKOPOUS"\ ; ;herewith*'makes. ' .tI.' . .. .." . .l f '-: '-/ ''--;: ... _k :If, 1&trP:

;: |.. *,- -. }Shoe Because_ ;; 'we--hay6:} 'ther: besfc arrivedJo'.;)liamii'Mondaj.night'and! ; !noteof.:on the'occapants;IStb-> and',. :lith; ;\the streets. newcottageV ,just. : "d.eiU-L.W.; '. J..W:. 3 lpEW E ,:.- p-:;PROP RIEt ;.

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eilUmate thel.fut home here .
> with
: s ,r:: idost :stulish. '. .: 'O\fr' S'oof ;;; ure completed! or.:>Doutvto be completed. , >: u'
: : Mr.: ,Qt'; parentV,Colonel :'Mra.4hn '
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" ,'. '>\, , <' ; .. . }. .... .. .." .: .- On, 18th'street the'first, new cottage"isoccupied J. .. ,
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d 9 Walter Scotia ,
.r.S"- : not. .unjktfown : .
.- Sloesaretough' wearerss i viii l by J.'H.' .Johnson/the aecond '.FR'E ft ,5. MORSE
: .l\ : td Mlimt.where f he thereinter _"
,spent :
'ir .
;: .: :. ': ; : ., ; : I of:*06= fa be unknownto by T.Ni;:"'Oantier.'followed by:John;A. ;" j. ""_
4': ftptfdisajppomi .. T 07jneither( and Wtitei4 cot CaptfB">d. Bose;and
.l':7: : ; you. ;;. ;
t : ?: ', _readera'bt, ..the. !1ta oPOxjs, havingcontribujted'afnumber B...B Chase = aide : ; }
; ( ;on rthefnortnj and ;
\ ' . also niqe line oft :' ';of short;stories :
\ : We carry' a : ; : : ", t i. .. : Wm..:Burdine and::fa dlj'ID"' .: the'! new ,
**" : >; and: >> :'o "merit.: STT1W ,
t4--4s- ; *' 4- *\ ui ,poems:: ( ( Mr..Scot; is ..an BE-AI4; > :..

: }1J; ,.: ..J'I. :\ .. :'. \>, :: : :'. -t)1i:; ..;i: iiuthorind: .artist by_profesaioaindre->> : t cottage';On litfl on: the atreet south..,the bide\ dnt'.iottagiJa;: : ' ) **
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: : ,! ; signed agood field: ,to make bisborne.MUmI.r occupied "tJ/,..rsy'a-:Pf'Ifeihe: :the ; :: .
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: ( fa IiCand. tfr:. 'Sept '.bay
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S'li.: In g'\S just be second'bJJ; : ,-F.;Wood worth;followed Miami Dade G6. 'Florida.Farming :
: '- J I recently:: jmarried.lTh fam- !Ji Q 'L: XlmisiW.;; .T; '.'Elders Capt.. ,: :,; .; .,- iif,
: t :\ : ,.! ,1 : t < ilr will add: mocbtobui; .social and maierlal John',T Cit r,J:1.: Lovelace anid r x r ' a ,
_. :: : ,, : Ufe'and'are'another: acqaiijtiono I !; .i. ; ;. '_ -S": : ti.
: : < ; I .
; :BIiAHDTSABD : 2 B., .wcgs D. Ttie wattage,for:':Caps; <
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j' ?t. : COJFODTS-: .. : ( 'whrcb;')weiferyfjuatj-ieel:; | 'pTbadj F j T-'A
3. .. .... .. . ": . ,. tint ce'Wai'jnsteommenoed: : : this dJ'Iies '
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'": '_ "'1J: :' .._ "_ -* >J-; ::"J..i!" ; ::1. -, : ":1 1.''' The:new fa ml-S cottages ly.are L bocsekeepinR'in on'18th' street:one'olthe weeilc.OJ: ::1 .:.BradieyJ! wlll ,bccnpyrnewi a .L J d' ii ; Sites. City Lots. -r .
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:"; ; 'lrf.t eat.:variety' and: ;eapth.aneverj. , .*. ;t :._gCbirl , ptbage to bebuUtronUth street, : w-. x"..ffAGENT '--- / -* V r -- "- P

'., 1"- .... ... .7 !;.- -" :" : '; '_ .' ': .. ., ..:. .' .. ; .; .:J.Plrceof8tafidIshMicbMarrived .nex" weetoitb" ' hoaa'ot-Dr.Jackaou- : 4' .r T -: : r.. .: \ "t'1 ;

l't. ;. .. ..'. .,k". nown". . ... : tJ. \Ii .4J. ,. :,..- ,' .. : .Jn':;rMianfiv8andaT, ''night.and J : d.-J..'. '. A,' a., _f '*'r*_ 'r I .
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.. ->.Or'...<.-.'\ :.' -7 >"' l'r'. , wilt ,becWe:av ;permanent resideot. Bear'Building .FOR; :MNDS'OJEr. : ; -Jd '
.\ .';.:' '. T .ourst;. 0 ,n I ea&e 1. Mr..Pler e" fa'mily" wiirfolIowAhim.He .' : .: :i. i .1-.. ..;... ... 'it ..:
C. aukner
'.. I'f .. '< -- : > _. r0 . _. \ ,; of ::.Sts'4lugustlne'amanafactur1ng ; .. f < -' ..;J. '- ..,. ..'tl ... i"L tI'J<;" JI .'
:. J -:: A f '. ' : I comes from (neighboring town to ,. Jeweler. ,this.week::commenced ': -. P1Q r ((1aft 'Coast )Ral1Wa\ Jo. : ; .:J::
; : :' _ific .;;. .. , ,1.. -_ 2c ,>< the\bld: Michigan home' ('the pobUsh- ',the:: ereetioni ra;-two.storlMi9fa4irboflding"oti 1. ',,, $ T'f.' .. "' -" 1 .. !
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: ; ;Ctioo'slDg.CWstinas.I ,:Shoes !I : ; ..W. II. Mltchel, late of Thomastllle vo: ,
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> > i f ' m Ga., is the busiest planter on tberai..ie i < 's5 J
;: .t 1tBd-Slr:: rs" / Notice to Correspondents.Correspondents .- '
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.: -'-......'"\, ...... : .-: ", 1;. heir leue.IDOtbtl'sh odloa uld by Uk Thursday palnl'to"Kel morn- preparing a large 'e
s fjJiF; !!T anauihtask.! . ;;, .?with Santa lag or Wednesday erentaf maIL Our spec*. tomato crop.; : : 00' 4
ta cramped and to Insure publication the letter .. Morse 11
Hon Fredk. S. :
,- ..f Qlauaandsthose\ that appreciate t'l of correspondents should not be 'latei accompanied .
.J.., '1 than Thursday mornla<<. We tlll need a correspondent -, by the Santer Bros., obaerred to \ '.
"'' : ,. : good. i thing:will" do well to tote at Ft Lauderdale, Halland.0nll r. 'was : n, r< : L\ ;
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-\? "* v" from ,' '<"& 'f' Liken KUtottn, Key and Planter. Wilt someone stop In the middle" of the Prairie, to FROM .
low his example And choose .
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d :1J' Hne stock of shoe*and'slippers l ,JJ. II section do the"work-to the Iront-- at We these ihafl placet he glad Veep to serve youi. shake,hands witb'M, J. W. Johnson, ' '",t i': --" : ''- '
our you hreIL. .4 .: and while casting his eyes around : \ :< '

'''':j,:/: "all! the,latest styles.. e s ; k . y.COCOANUT. counted; forty ;dwellings! snacks and., ; : >

d C. ; i1n.ewe l & Co.' ; '.PROVE'ITEMS. > other" places. of habitation." : : ; :: \ ;: 4
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>i "' \ 7': -. ', '" ... : :' .1 notfre! that tlte'Mlamips pets ,,takeior ome young i

:,. . ,, . .. ,. '. .r;granted that the.court bouse an< ,1 the" person' .of hiss 8.... Powell' 'i sister- . ,' .., ' f.. vI .
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j/Mo '" couptj seatgUestfonie good'aa,, n-law of one. of.our worthy peig'hbors, .u"
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&;\. MIAMn'' DRUG... . ..; ''SSRE., ,. :: ,.. tied.;, T: >o not count, your 'chickens; be: 'b1r:: R. L. -Colllhs. Miss Powell .1a: They, 'carry;a';-Com- fete line' of.. ere b'.i J n g'- :
-i-: : o { >- > fore they -hatched. Frohf Lemon quite a,mulscian{ and la eten sought :" .,
-, are ttrl re ti ulred l rtHe Christmas -trade Inelud- ,
"'. : tf "SHOWING NOVELtlES FOR after the young min-pf Miami, ... -J. _. ..
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City North vote ty "
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:' / ..,..:, ...r Articles.i l . "l "jw' ; '' ; ' Lemon City, enterthe' lists ,for'tb to us; : '
ff 1 Fine. Perfumes, Scented Soaps, : ; ; :.QQ ; i ;
,, ( cou trlt1atand'.e will support"you. Mr.'B. F Downing was the,last.man ::J' :
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to- theFralrie
'. .to break ground gn but In i'vE i.M sbR fTio i'S
r. .-... :. t'. ,..ot Novelties Hand bere'-piiuiaK it? Democracy : couple'of ,more\days hU/flve-acre ... i OF ... 'mow

.. t !?,# l :"some' PockeBooks; ; 'tnth rich of Miami nave. ;one blessing:laid up for' farm wJ11-beI1, excellent condition.for, ':' ' A> .:. 7"I'. ,

it < ., .,t, <=J.; ./trimmtn and JUan,.other pretty the colored Bepubllcan. club.of Miami., pia ling l '. .- :. A1biijis" ; ,.' LAM:. ;Tolf: :Se1iM .;
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: ,'; :: now they:will:hare to get the same aid KI'N' lSET'S" -'I' : '
". /.. Proprietor to help them in the county seat fight on the Prairie' last Monday, the' peSt i. . tY. ; :;; : .' ; .. ,..'; t" ;
h i "' ; ,eO. of.Itc. J.W. Johnson: '!,- : f
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{ : .. :.:. :.. . : _- ' - r-T-- face'the movie now.and, see -what' danger -: ;iJr. OiD.Raulerson, .'was out driving , an, .. -. -, q, .. ,erc.. '. --. oxe,. - 4 '--.' ':,;.cl' :;
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;t:"' CMste s CastomerS __ ly"dicidedahd'if'' the combination; I i : .s. '. ,',. + .
..r ; i i Sunday,eten ing.Messrs.TnrnbuHtSorisJl.IJ.Co. .Mitrpt : : ftW ltJ % ; ;
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: > battle royilbaforewhich'all, political r '"
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::: c1t!iPDd the finest fabrics for" 1 battles will seem '.malf'ancJ insignifi. rgone' /WORK BOXES';' JANOXES| 7." .
: I the bean culture"'on cant'But-i.few until
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.atiltingstroriserIngs' t'1,1. : on inspection I of their respective farms fjjiir
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a be can find nMlamt(at : the straggle is upon'us. Are.. .;ready CoI1ad ritr ;
fI1r : ionr J' shows:bow jproliOo.they can!i;;be ,railed "C i ii s'' <'

x F F 'aid!!.y rejctrry: an.exclusive'ind : o or ewe sleeping.!. on.the Alapattah, )r irie.. ' . J.. ,. ," ,, -.. . JLSCTSk--,' '-"> ,
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.ti' Jh eveVytWnr : ; fishing. ,especially; when the:wind is Oauseman!.and C. 1i;,",Scott :Tpaldour ': '; i: :- ' '- .' ''r -<; ,'..- -."' .:' .... ; : r -= -
'It ; tJ'je.a .. a -hbr acd '" file ,the'mPaDl'' jolly and-all '
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t ,WI\1r tttIDi'b' j well. .$Samuel' Bbodes) *iedtbe serf : :
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7; '<* > -"-" i "- --? vices of EdrPent arid,'his.staunch craft .U;,;W//O.Bo/ ka,whose family temporarily 'B.T
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"'" -t. I :.Tfappkrid ; }{r: Br them. ,orer his. farm. Sunday:eTening.V : "'
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,'4:5--' :Y" i rS 4 2k J :wife.. 'Mr. Brongeest's, brother and Batcbingand ':t"ng'b 's im.to rb a .

't : HtH f . ,jR D Bui. i o'i '1 bride recently' from'Germany, .Mjr
.J-...... :.__e.-:, ._ ..t, '" _,;,c''f. s.H. :t .;' .!f.M! ;. < A;Pine arid sonan.d; a merry crowd grown,too stout'i' to"* set oat"\tomato orqamental* ."" .; :. U'Cw.l. r"I :.... .'uat> >-;"r :""niirrnjrrt ,. r.., . .

they' inade. :,Cape'Floridi. .. :was'' visitedandtheinen ",, plants_ ..but, ..j joyi ridin.q on, 'a cut-away : :' ChHslmas Goodsearly(: di andfi. <' : ', :.
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and look for king fish; the :, i( El,.: t..c .: F ,t
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feminine Portion fi1 isttc(upon going ; ...:;. 0;: :- .. .L. ..c- ;! f -
with=them and "wentl' the Is, _on the border'of a'tbJ k': ham:* ," : :' : ,
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: L.Brady ; : But3alas, !' mock ; Q'.W' a.L''E.I1B'' ; 'S'i.. <
$ 'and in the EVergladeaJinformedyoarcorrespondent -'. I: \ I It\ i-
f swellsjbf: trie'mighty
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ortbe: boat, a d)1$1Jf'Dd that'he bad,; :just?killed. M'S' ' / : Re g ( teat rha l > i t\m'' : I'
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another:eigh f rattlesnake aad be .,. \ ,.' IVJ'r '.
heaving in other directioris'an ) Ji
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l cc, most iDf tbm.1ere"a'ru1. glad torget. Is now; makiog arrangment/! /;:td' ;more. BiscayneiflotelTAKING l B1kp., cos; AYJnU2th.sJreetw *
his domf fle to'Na nau"Jc "- .of 1
; back agaln'fntdthe irriooth[: waters' of *"* j*" A- r '.j"l : f'tV"** *
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the"bayVfeeilng'coTsiderably"demoraized ; Mr. oi. iUulerson Ibaa ,'e : :: :' ' .; .;.;"J ; -:- >' : f"'r :. VJVt ,
dOENTFON=YdI'ES''FKB TIL 1 2ERffayiuarden 1.) t-> lumber :, : 'l '.r .r. yo .... 'ff J '--ir
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; ? t ,b till concluding._ they had a high On iiis farm'to'erect a packing, house.r.r- ; : : :....-*'-... ,t.:2... ,., >.' "- L '" "+ ;;",,;., \ ': .

: . We call tbe attention of'the people ol Bar Bisearae to our cruet of Staple ''', old'jamboree) :.time, __of,itiT X j ;", .. ":-;,>Mr.kr v--:.John.: -DeBerrj.bas- '- i *;'.sold' > <>)his'>: ;'gnn:1'; ", A'BO ili-T' ."..f .' t' : .. ' ; : }
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and F ncyGrocertos.FniltaJid Food Product*of also atone' "
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?' ). of OralnHsjBranCotton geed Yeal, (lmand hood ndw6e.t." >Sr ' , I ,The'schooner, Harris ;Bro<;:arrived loaned his'dogs and has'gone.Uo" work -ii' : < TJ
r iWe'ar 'the'onW honae oa'l7Bl8< Tnedealln 'eiclnelvely in the above,: 4 from: j-V line of foods. We bay close and Will sell elo.e. W* iBYit lour correspond- ) Key West ou' 2stheitbrl8U_ onliis8-acre"farm.1fr',.,,.,.- ". ' . t -fe\. ..... 5"] -.. }l
rit' 'eneeandaoUdtyow patronage.- Very truly, E. f,. BRADY. fit C. barrels of fertilizer and/; some,',mjscel': -Messrav t Ke.rfpot-' A r.'-.Whiteman: j.-' :are !

i ? r t laneooirfreight." .The__'fertilizer*vat rushing tbe"work.Oa:. their'new:'hi hz : ,
? quickly sold outat 60 cents.per barre). .,.. ' ":\ft'y, ' '.v '..tr,,.".;, G4eOEkfl.'
,; ft 'i ,F ify L I return'freight5; she ;.took*n early :Messrs;'JC.., Hooks ,dc:; tBro>r tare : ; : t

M r '. 4 '__ -- ,,- .. -' ., ". .; ...J ": : 6,000; pounds of Coontiestarcb, selling going loiry: '-their''hands 1 in'beans: andare . \ .. ; : ; : ; ; t :

_,.. '. ,.t' .. II;, ,.."" .:.t'r.-... ;.' now, at four. cente. i.per. :pound: "J* /.' . preparing fo plant. ''at'l_ ;if'tbm" k { ? : ; ; .:
j *' 'i ,*'-'(**.t$ *:+'f r ' v > W acres."J L! fr VS; . 'f; "_.{ ,.
t 'l AB1iel; A-Be: nfl'f A.-Girt 1 'Pine has seed"'potatoes=Early Rose, + I.IGRaCBRTES : ,

Red' Chili, Triumph, Easai New :Yorker -. Still they:come._ Two t itringerswhosbnames V ;

11C, iror 'ler-cuJ; f : ; and'Prjdetof; /the"Sotitb '[Beans; will"we'couldn'Uearoi l cultivate ;,the::larid.bue'rentedand 'j i right :in ., . . :_ :: :rf: ..
1 :( Refugee;:Golden'Wax and'.Black I ;Wai i > ? 'T "i -
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jy ; .. "* '.. Santa;forth; lllz'and, 5 tictlerrfor'eye""*' a*'.* ;Macdonald' >Aw Klu .\will '.begin' ':: to ,*-We T"j.tU| have room'for 'a.few:, moregoodlndnetrivui . ,.. South Bade Count .. Weare selling:TtH e.' Hestf:, ;
' _r i' : :i. 7 v ship pepper's in about a week :1:; : L ,* c .
# ask .'.... ... } :I : farmers ,and. "would .* _*'i$. 'c ". v* . ...2v_ S'i..' -=.!F', ..ft',
taste'for -C--: > .'.'. . ... . ; y.
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Jiek extend most cordial hVrid'to several .. : .
.4 'about a -'" 1f..h. 'I
eggplant
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1 1jIITEbicycle G-rv the chit- Ii ' ; -t. . '
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l open trinkete.bat I tj- ?;* : - -- ;-- -> .- '''''' n --.Ii. '' : :i1". ; ....
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t'ry' res. rPr. f''',: p pert' I .. 71 ..:vHe; ..l is,inquiring! for.crates, -. Your :correspondent had: aletter : : ,:'....';,;:,. :,' .:t;' ."& f jr ...
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: : ;; "j! L'f : man i' arce jn01) and'-ealth! toj' , Crate A on for sale see.- :- -, the school r board was(willing'to ,,'.. .I... , '! ." ,i>' ....-. '" . ,.r ) 'n'j"'i."l.!: ;'. .. ..... ;.." 1U ',, ._.'. ;,-, r' -

: .i tr:. ', "':;:?4,:; : :wBTE bicycle fox. .a..Chiistmaa. "-< '' *- -'> :.- "Wft; .v::; ; furnish a.:teacher::for '.the'Alapattah "I: :.. ; ' : .1 "': ? ; "" :...", ,: ,-t. ;l:, ,.. :-'?,) ?r
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{ .... .p-,,,,,, \ ,-,: ,ti.,,:........-, 1, "';;;(0. :.,. ... It'will be but a shorttime; now> before school),-but the,parents) of.the: i'scholarswould Groceries-::...--:.t--- ':-. 't. ".J;:" ... ;

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fyr; i , :" .z: __ : r 3; in plcilngf packing shipping their a suitable_bnildlng.v :ThlaLamafraid .-'.;!o.{ iF'r.. ';< ; '. ,I . .'i '# f # Y10 .-< I"> h..
-zal J '" CmpanY crops\,-;Tom :/'peppers'1 and 'egg.plantiriU > will. throw:a damper> oiuf: the"priogressand :: :::;)F'., .Y 0; :. 'J'r#.L ", ; -"" ' .... 'i';; :>:

*+ ..- Cyde i some J.beanaiandla:,sprinkle I great strides, ourPralrle! has-.beenattempting ; . :' 7i\t, tk fre"trade Catrj 'VY 1I make.y o = Rees l,1 l- eke
-Io...> ;.. .or .., -.: Io' .. -,.' . ,' . :::. , .' 1 of'otra swill'!'eompoee.the'bulk,....of{the ;, ; f, "n., .: '.<<"i> i ,.' -4 _
or't irhII&our peoplewoaldbe .. :: that : :
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o" e4lpnieate.J w' rt ; \: j argu.eJS'.t: ..... "g..J1 .
: P t: .r ; .'" ,more than>willing to.:donate .. .-.'".. < .,1', e..n.- _. .S.4t" .' .. .......,.!. .,..... !'" ; _.._;.'. ..'.:..,.: .1'-.1. } :._V4't
A'- .PRIME. IFVVnfltY BOST. e.1. tfYi e. notIce.A.1:.d '$oRile'.received, aufltcientfonde'tb-"erect'school building : ' '.n o. : >.' ,;-.L-, ? ..,:: -a:.t. .t..i., .t.
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_'.: ; .r i' ' :,,: : ) large'consignment. '. ofcitrus: J treW.',.,recently ,;thev.have: eyeryTcent46ey possessed =; ' \ '';" >: : ." t1.-- P" 'r .p \l.: : :i :lf;: '

:, ;of beet. from the rib, sirloin,'Steta4 ''. " ,Evidently- 'be,'baafaith;, ;- .the Inyeited .in tomatoes, ,and:can'r'ct n'-! :" . T. '... ...> <:f'E" .".... :.;_':- ...t '. .

,,;) :ir4: )... cross-rib.or- .ro ng ire iiihcntroir'C? .i o v faith that' ::bellev es In"' showing Itself by tribute towards the; :s&Ole'ugUL lifter : : : : ':"f"F' ? :

tit. anytime,.othatitwilleatten. -. ; works. ;A!.:few sears: "'hence,what:: a 1 harvesting the.present crbpsr;We regret I 1 S1aeWhich . 7'e: 'o". ,!,,. ,; 0 ;.

.* ... 'w"del ulc t f. "and rsoccdlent. Our: revelation J (to old) timers i who. .have r neglected the board{!like', :'ourselves. 'iiasn' the I' : . .. '' ;J-\" ..... .l'- J'-; '" l."!.,
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... stock ot, 4 rinse-meats,, poultry .. ,fruit .irees", will these: young, sufficient means at present'to;.erect': a \' . .. .;.. lI":" --i- -*: H ;;r; C' a groves of::thevnew comen'rbeThey to accommodate oif 40 'chil-
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