Title: The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: December 9, 1898
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00639
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
alephbibnum - 002075058
lccn - sn 96027198
lccn - sn 96027198
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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,; VOL. 8-NO.. 5.. f MIAMI DADE COUNTY FLORIDA, :(,ti. *=:). 'FRIDAY_ ; DECEMBER! 9,. 1898,ri ,, PRICE, 5C; NTR,
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HIDT Minor Misctllaneoos ;Miami Mitten er return Wednesday for Philadelphia : ;

whtyre_ she:will, receive attention necesjiryfor -, .. <
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_.) -t't For; giving ,honest values that are stitched with I .Incoln will go in tha Havana innWednesday >I ; : (J'O..l: : : .tI Gj.. -

', .. i' truthful words. Last Monday was a good proof If whit.yon want Leghorn ECX ALL Porfleer the Urn*4dreu,buy>> a trio K. W.ftfiT carried.night }f present. intentions I I Cothmg1 t '--. '? '

{ :if what kind treatment, "low: prices and good AmcD: 40rmond.\ :JT*. S-l.tf-heel are> out. i ; I I1 / l :...

a do' for store for store 11. Dearden of Lynn,Mass., is. now Plenty of rooms, with 'o*-' ithout : I. it ::M.iiry ;.
goods will\ a our was board at Greer's. 8-6-2t. ''. #_- '\f:: :. '1
engaged at one of the chairs in Peut'efine \ .. : ; j.;
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: crowded for eight .solid, hours during the day ;/ barber shop on 12th Street. The senior publisber.of the METKOF-; .- < 4..6o ,ds ,', : :'.< 'i: _+' ':'

: .and to show our appreciation to the people we Mr. and M rs. Leon Fornell of Baena OLlS, will make a trip to Havana..'Sunday : "J ' : : P "'
:; ', night on the'Miamii. paring our i. .. " ND .. : ; : :. .l.:" ,_ \: ,
are going to make next Vista are the happy parents! of *,baby: : ',1 f '-1\: ; ';: ::-
. last short stay in that city all the informa- it ; <> .." ( i-
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j Hair cutting in all the latesistyles there will be given: .'to our subscribers f .r1. ;; Jl":>-.- '" ..'r' ,;; .Trt .:; "\:
known to the art"'at the Up-.To-Da 'in oar next issue. 4 +>:Wn.ii iiEGIBI' __: ,r ,'' i. 'j: '.. :'

.Barber shop.. -2-4w-ycl :'i your flour from Greer, and UTe'moae '., .; w : ,
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in Very fair condition for carriage or The first passenger list'of.tbe Miami ; n 'Rl"Y' ; 'o

ijcyle riding. as far north as,,Lemon. to Havana contained' names.-nine of : : '' : : ; /
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lfe4 > H.'Shaw*dentist of ClaytTille, and five of. a., family" named ;Mnrra'y.AH . '1 ; .' .:.it"r .,' ;. .... r" f .J.

.. . ;. ;.' Pa.j,accompanied by his brother;Xt.:'If.Sbaw : i7,were Cubans wbo had been*>ban .. }$:;rrr'JJJ, : -. r ". ... _' !' '' 't:

? ,a" ,Bar' aria ,Day that often read about ;hut, t : of Arden, Pa.,'are among. ':'our. shed," from the Ielanddaring'thetninrrection .'. f\.'J, . .t.-f"" ' "';:):.' '''' -' ., :''<_ '.' -'" i" 1" ,, .';, !i.: ,'.:" i......

you ., early winter. visitors.A ". by-the Spanish officials.rfand . '
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t edge of tha Biscayne prairie, brought .Augustine I parents'of O. I.Ximaaies, : i'I ID EA rI3 ?

; Jo six dozen cucumbers Saturday t; itrivedinthecity'nwedr: ae .,efenny :

J.. : : : : the"first* "of" the season. ;iThe' ';;and. wiU'makei'triowieeka'Jleit! / : :: J :\ H\f: : \ l.

h Fertilizers at.the home of their son on 14th street.Sir. ;
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t; i tiill est in the market. 'Specially.Adapted. !lector'of: *"StJobn'e connty,for 18 sucessive ,Q .
bey closed oat:
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IS Y 2'w I rooms forren., ; .Address box 187. Mia. .;; : i; :' 1hyen'a' "i\ :" i. ..::: l J .. : .
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willnecessa tft end f Or HayaJDa intending i iocatE iiomepotntiii ; ; t e' en :no time sinre'the! : \ " duo.. J .. .. .$.;-". :-; .,
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f ? vave' commencement, 6'"Mfamrtbeee"j err. _. 1 ( .Q-""1 ._..... 1i _.,I;' nces. !t" ;'; :t"t'; ii tX
,:: ." ,"goods,' C81rllV! :h_ ;.:the 7''dry best x.!that the 1 ,Cuba- ,.'Just where' he; does'not' %as' yet. igqwhtn,the merry,sound of-saw, and : L ':_ """ "" "" -
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-_ t" market'.carod:: ; nee;ft and':at b)joriest'pn:; 'eS..;, W, .krio. ; 4' ; ; hammer'_ "and. 'trowel was more'In evidence 4-' .I' ":beautifmline\of ia} >goodwbe sifC'frAW''throwi'' *>:\.', v ?F.:
The MrrnbroLis refers its readers tottititidvertisetnent 'than,at present, excepting'dorr on.the: bargain"countera:lor':inia'jala; Gooda -
';: :., to ontrol the;the.t ;r1Jr'yG hods 1 de In : : / 8 #
i: > v * of St.:;Lucie" grass to [ng '::therperiod"of.:the:. building of the Silks L JXdiesVSIr; "Ladies' Waiste :]irAWCurtains ,

- '!' .: DaofflitCpurit? y>/until0abml/:b lows hIS;:tr um et t "" i>e,:found In oar advertising .columns, Roiil'Palm aud the.shack-building l a Capes; t- ", :W .

i-'" 1 r/forloi, iOOiCkJO 10 f tJ heiattempi t:; *. *.. V.iAA',>: 1, .J known to Florida be the best'lawn" .and pasture! period I ,of w t fprll and- Mai.l896... , ,:MattingsiCarj Ra >Si of e 1,at. gt.Jl.17: i. ':Jl1f;
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Vfrrl . **{ .. -.,); ,. 200: bunches' ;"of bananas'at Greer's, Jnst reoeived 1 gross.Tranaparent.Olyceriiai: S6apfworthrlSSat'aVI.I b>,,'-"-"' ,:.. '
': Y\ t 1 !?;rO : : :: : :- } t; < : Oysters! I Oysters OyateriIP! :At and must, .be',sold cheap.. ,!+2! .: A beautiful line of.L diea'.Wrappers dark colora,worth tUG,at>fl8e, f
'1:' : % the Arcade' Restaurant "and 'Fruit 1r., f! r, o tJ-4 b r'.wr:. I 5 dozen Shirt Waists,,in..the,., newest_ at11eealt, colors.. .,worth f ..;at 74o.: ''* : .} ,...
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Stand,. 5-28-fcI L. Gonzalez, of. the.Cuban cigar l ;factory 434- ;.U' :. .... ". ILOO, at4i8.., v "
| 't .r %. ; } .'*:,Here are:'some J rP.edo destro y ers that:will. blow ,(."' B.. .w Parsons vofj the ; North Miami, has (introduced thefollowing .Outing Flannels, all colors:>forth 8c;hit_this.aalA.... .; :-; ;iJ'.Ia. 11" 1
J Manager ; i4-4 I Sheeting;,at Uiiaaale, ..;.......... .Vl&yardfor1BilkBaby .
fe :4 ?allliigli.'pricfifte ,eternity;. , *' : i v :! V.: <' : steamship lines i( ?, Assistant' .General- :'brands''of.'cJgtrsl::upon;themarkitK4Eyerglades i'! 'H.'l.._ ql ;;.J _

% : : / 1 *v Freight Agent' Kealhdfer l 'and Auditor ,'"' ".'Bello. .:','of .'- .3, ).'..A.K' ... ...J.j, '.
>. i J'f: ;; : : "* ..& :tv*.**' '-1 "I -*."t' t v f"v < Chambers;;; Ltbe'' F.! E. C. :nl": Miami,'')..,''Hatani smokers! ,-".",.Queenof Caps, worth 76c to $1;?man aize.. ...i.i..- .._,.::4DoiASBdi" c -.,- '
>tl. t.: :,.:i.IH p..tia1f-woot driM goods at..c.. ,lJ.80'ard the and lI mt Boom r ,"lUkembroiideredBabyClo, .. worth $t 0. togoat.tUB: -:- -
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.\ r ;;:: 'Ii '7 feces 88 ID.J'ia'ared SmtfDgt at.'ft h.\il.'i.} .f.:.19o yard'wortb 35o.t'B n. ,. *the_'"QueetTpf 'the. Everglades," :P&Dw.nlce nnetocfoeea&.. .. .. .... .,; ?. ... <:t.. "
.....-.... "\ ask ..' ....,..,. Qharles.: Fritot.iWeli, known, Iri.MIamj .: I. P&Dt f .. .; !y.i /fiv';} ""
Z'* .;: = RorthL50'at-. : ?: .. .un't9Sc\.a 'd wbichls; |S5tperl,6oj! }-. These cigars "a IIOmet.biD.r good kJDg. .;..;'... ... ',' 'J.4
l/ :.r.:,, :Blaat :tine at' -': t. !r.. .".-.; ",.. .! ..t. '.'.:4301ard.0rt.b 6ao'.' ..kSI is 'ill theempl6y.of ;tbegovernment1 : -;, are to bet j found i: at tbe:,dUferea.'*' cigarstands Men s and Boys Ciothip g at..-.r' ........ ...'. !..!..a i.. ed !,( .
? Na .B1ne Flans 1'at:.. i .... -..;fc., .42e, 60a Men'Bata, full eoloraandMen's '
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}p --q'i.; : BlactandwWt.BituteD.Oood.,86taclteswideat./ ... .r...80 yard ?:+ ment.- He' ,wiltain'.C to Ctibiwith Cap= -'\. about... ,the city." md Boys'..Cape to be closed at.::...ra'.t....:..;. _, :_:"i-.. ...rY.i' -2. .. .

:c -. ,:' :.>.: -:t:1: :.'U! piece lot Oaidr.n'aHaadkerchietctooloee't.i* Eibboo, all width and colon; at..-::. .4: .*...10o.and- -,15dyard, E- l B'..:Baker'ghief;gQ '"quartermaster_ ; ,For" a'nice'clean shave L go to the .Up-- All thebeet.brands of;Calicoe,others!> ,sell at To, oar.pda.. sDRESS' ". :"lt..:Bo, 1-r Jti.. J"...; _

-: \;.;, .":;.:'':'ChtWren a St.ootiD all sue. 1m andB1ack'? : :ii v::!.li:.;:bo" per e&C.h.pair. who is .now at Savannah 0' \, TaDateBarber.*' :a'-7 r'" Shop.. ;,.. "- -, w..cl>J :.GQODS- >" f.-" 7' ". ,, "', 7' .., tom.r; {:'

a' :':J't.'-- "i' .' ;Lsdlea'rHoae... ,... ',.0--good. .grade, ....... ;S,pain for.. ..... _...',":_.:: .. ;'t 1'u..kr;::,';');,- '!,,,.! .r,:.25o. Will'exchange'acres' 'r of desirabfe T Puring-jDecember- > the METEOPOUS;>:: 8 pieces'all wool Tleco Flannel;worth fids, to.go iit:..?.(;;..;;.,..'.,..:', t... _
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".... : Good Toilet Soap at i,t.,................. ..!.W....11. ..s..4o.oJ ...6c.cake property in Miami.:., Address- ,1>>.. O.. i;subscriber::Vfsample: 'copyof:; 'this 1"18 Novelty 44 Patterns.a-/. of,.8 yards. -H, each* *a ;*wort117*" 4t ,will nll jug RO M at.J.; ;?.;*7*" ,..:'4 Q..>a 0p- .p il1<..
x 'i'x 1" ;+" }Oenta'S6eNenktie.at..r.:: .... .....,...-.41' ,';" 'n;. .....1.,15oeach box 34,.Miami.. ? 6-1-tt' : our."truekeri' Black" Sateen' :' "-' JU&'iala' f3t .i'iV.' ...'iiff. ;.. y* '1!:'
- ty' : ; 1 '.' doyen G and .... ?v *, pApercamat""atteatioD to worth.l&vw! ?! go ati::: .. ..So ;'
:. :.:. 20 mtaH6e,40: <3, 60o Neglto* Shirts at. > ..v..laaeh' : ; : ., : :
"', -z.. '.,:.;.,. :"T .ty..LadiM" SaUoI'.Hm.;...thank.at.. .:"....1....'...,......','......i..1: *eftr.b.oIo' The little. flurry'of chilly',\weaker cbedul otcrpps.:. We ask persons r.... ... ,* _"- '> ,. .. :: ,
-.,.;!- ; ':., 1'z .'Ba bi e s'BetotyPinat'......'.x....:...."r"_'1....,...!:)-...:b..t.6for25o', Monday;;night depreised the: mercury' receivingfa::copy.;;of :the MKTSOPQLIS. ASK TO ,SEE. .- '. ." .,."C h! .' ., ": x'; "I.r.' ;:'
SS .... .. \:; ._..,.-' ..Otttaf $1110 and $2.octAJP in._ Hat ,at..:'..*:;_..f';.:;#""."r.' 'i,90o each, to -4o 'degrees/ Jt was a< genus jremindW -, daring this'-period J#o _mail it to some 'fJ .' .L : :';:4 : t.::-.
'/' ",-1: Infaat 8lk..Oape.! at. ;;.::; ,i.H.th': !;;' 'f.60o,7501.00: and X126rt that: people up towards the! distant friend!when i they are through' : : MATIN4 ft.- a'
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.:=....., ;1Ba lot .uoa-.Pnt.at:. ',: ...:-r. t. :.. .1 Z5o, and 50o) pair cijr'at.belowzero or thereabouts." knuwo. to?;QS any' ;omissions' or error : --
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''wi ', Gentrtr$1LA0 orated 8n at .' i .:.;;.. : 'U.5eaeh' Itisami8take; bra .the-p: ft'or'r the of = ,-1. r'" "
( .. B1ackCJ'1.W ? ; :; () Interest Dade Qtlhl Carpets ( ,;. '
,.(". .'-- .. ...?\;GenU' t.0Panta at.-;...:..;.J .....f...6.' ;...,.;..,;.'v..I.69per pair fatmeis.not to plantJamkica sorrel for (:of this section% of ; way' ' v.':, 'y.teth \.. -'' "T" :, '. ,,,
-. '_. Children1* Behool Shoes worth $ .. .. . .v.V. V 85o it become"is widely advertised ; '- ;: -t ; v > :i"a
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f Grata Patent LeatherSboa at. '1o.' ij$3JiO. w0. rtba.00S . cranberrieseither' for' pies ii icesor: poftsible.! HXTBOPOUS takenttiis ;D GOODS: ;. ?
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;$. .:,-.-:;M; r;;..'''''s Big tot HIKJCU. Forks? awl Koivea at..t.. \.;;.?' ,.6. .:..1o .',.!.-._250 pet prices:set! far.jam!,.and. J jelly":.):. It., growsTreadily.iff. +. )*p* : : ", x- -*_ ;. "' ' ,'. *- -. ,, ,; > :,; ,; ,,,: '."P'- >' ': 'i'sf '
: ,J" :r-:21uck.. rdBroWD Cotton for.ii.i'v,, r.,>";i<,....'.4",:'..5ioOit : the poorest soil .without" .icbtOubleorcuitivation' .See! :the ,new. Cleveland. , 'wheelsatGreer Street opposite>. Ho V : v!
'. 1. > ":AU6o,7e.and80CaliooMatV.....i".t.t.t...fV,.?::.,.::t;J:;::>.,?.tea and % . ,: .. t ',. 'a_store.1; --64-2 tg ., L- Bi8cajnf.f_ : ;, +r : ;;_ ; ;
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,." :'$;::'f A good Rug fcT 4'f f :;v.,,VC.Jr.: ; .. t1). r:; ;.g i ii"iV.:; ..1.60: '. naye' >A'Raulerson have'a 'choice 'The City of :
.- .Good at...... ,. .. '. .; 18O ''\ sopplyjof) puts' : \
t > ::: MkUing + 1 ,U,' : .per yard ' roranges -apples,' candies \' ; .h # :
,3 i/s. '/AfiMpaIr-Porti, ; ; iwat'iV.---.iVC. \.I.; ,iCt;;:........ .!'..f3liO,}r' .s; \;cigars and 'tobaccoswhichtheyare ,;- all', nneCtioo .\Tb ,:Lincoln wili' { ha': : :
; """! .V". .J-;A pair fnll sbm Laos Cartaine at ...yvy.7: .; .,. iv::>T5v$1.00andflCO, ,!"*-- .... sell neat reasonable orices:: n23.tf;' go 'Y Y .. V e > '
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S v" 4 .:.-- '-./Ladles! cape i.M.-.Vf//VA; /i> $ P ; $ i last'serdee&'for.: ;this weir on:"Sunday trips tx>'Nassau very soon. ,Tbe'Miami ,
A (seat.' Sweaters at.; ; ... ..,)..,;.:: :: ; morning and evening..,',On Monday,be will into dry dock.:at ;Philadelphia \,: ; ..
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-ix, .. ,"""if..rn. H.e'.f ".,.St'igpriseffr : ., St o'u.e" th' -)" .., J _" .." ";is: ; .t "-: steamers ':on' foreign runs' will' make : .1h } --. ; .: ; }

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":,<:: : .' ;!" ,. 1 .. . Hf! Rosaiter and wife of-Macklnac thiirport weekly for the winter., This) S.2 ,.,

.& ': ,, .,,t-w--. ,.} y&,.. ....,.. F' __ Island,'Mich.,''are at- "the'Conolly. :H';. exelusiye l ,of the three trips per'week' Arid you will fdw l1?.forinspect'! : ':): ?; f '._
: It08Site'f:dubs himself;;the:"MackinacIsland of the City'ofKey'West to Key''West.Our '
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.INru5 ir. k.L Mills_ ........h.... .. 134 fS ... . T. A. Winneld.. .......... 7Crocttt ;.. .... .". John Mann;.............2 .. . .,..
f' Q U % Swan Benson.......... ... .. REAL ESTATEIaml ]
L1DPlecott R Barb.nt.8roe. :::::::::: : r 1' :::: T.8. 1:Po11ard cpes.:: ::::::::::::::: t" :::; :::: A. ptodtr. ........... ".f' : : :

John XI1I. ...... 734 134 : . J. B. Merritt........ ....... S ... .;. .:. : .:..: : : R
v*< n. Price WUfams..... 234 1" l .. JohoUUlet&............. 5. 3t ... .. 'rots1.............. M 434 1 S : .
Robert 6llp trjct.... ..... 2" 2" ... ... BaD Barr: ::....... 4 a.. .. : .
R W. Brnce..._....,. ... a. 1N116ngs a McMullen;...... b t :.. OTHER VEGETABLES.Okra 'Mi Dade .C o.- -Florida. ;:
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R. C. Ma,........... 14 (1.F. LatllmerASOU. It 1 ,
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y4 John Schmidt 2 34 "
: t MJ1t F.1RJIERS IN FIGURE C. o Richardson.:::::::::::: : I% :::: : :: Frank Peters..:;::::::.;:::::: 4Suchard . :::: Cncumbera*........................J3% .j 'l r .
r a Ward: :,:': .:.. a.... 1'L J. Peters .... ,.m .. ... ... Lrtncv........ ...... .................... ....' 4squuh AGENT FOR LANDS"'OFJ" ,; ,.' : . .
ai a 8. N. GI.ID ... .... .. 454 1 I . Tbomu Peters .....,7 .. ...' .....................:.... .............. I . . ', .i
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4 ; -- A. D. 8mUlI.. .._. .... ... 6 . .. Peters0Douth. .. .. .... 30 '.. .. Iti.i Celery .N. :_ .
% S4 '. I w. I. Paler. .. p. Onion?..................................... S4o Fl rldEasl.'OC st Hallway Co.,' ;
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Schedule of the Acreage of Different L. :::::: : ::::.4:: :: ::: : :: : Charles Gagnler.. Oot I aELCAITCLATION lit Florida, 'CoastLine Canal and Trans. Co., f.11 '

Wm. \V.bber......... ... III ... ... Cook &Zlm1Derm.n........ 6 ... ... .. i
; .,' Truckers of South I.J.Holl'...... . . . . .. 6 ..". .. . ... John Hamiltona........... a... ... .. 2 I'r Boston and,''Florida( Atlantic.Coast Land 'Co. 1 : .
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J'f. \ .. J.T.williaa.Vreen.--: :: : : : ::: :: 24 e4t :::: :::: 2'i: J.soar F Bro Dera....::::::::,.:;:.::: : :::: :..: :: : Miami.........>........ Ige 4134 124 4 '

., v J.D.Bha.tltlurd. .,, .... S ... .:. :.. 8.HLewIs................. ... .. K COCOanut Grove..... m' p 13
i ": C.A.K'CDUum. ..'..... 2 .. .. .. Joooepb haDden.......... bD.T.Sellen ... .... .. Buena VlrtaLemonClty........ 4' S% 434 .,.. .
j. A.TABULATED RESUME,OF THE WORK!.OF .. ......... t'l7 2436 la !
: W.LBerry.---::: : :: ::: :::: : :::: :.:: : ,: JuleaWatson.Ralph Olen :::::::::::::,::: ; :::: :::: :': .: Ultle Rlrer.......... an I.AbelarD. 4 4 Bank ofBay Biscap
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; uT pPoI.IruuazNTATIY,. . .. .. -Y rtdUnt. ... .. $634 i 6
';' ,t' t. B Br.ddock&Trnnil Strand.' -: :::: I! T' '34 T' James EmeryB ubel....:::::::::.;:: : % :;:: StO. Halland.......... 173 t J 1

:1 ?:. \ j F. Bra4cJo . ..1 .. ... Ed ED silt..........:;.. 4 I. 1 a..-Modelo............. 14 134 '.... .
Stanton Bros a Ounby ....... ... .. .- i :r. Snake Creek...'.... 1W 13 N ....1 "
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e4.+, :;' -.ONtiwOtkr Aaonc- .[Our.: yrnekara for.lire and Weeks FnUt Growers.T Haa Been. John H.T. Downing.Ltndgren.._..):*........ L i :: : : :: :: :: ...........i : :: .... Cutler Ft.. Landerdale.......).............55 2* 4 1 K 'I1 J I ; MIAMI. I. FLORIDA., A:". .-. ."J'i' ,

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Joseph Don hie ....... b .. .., .. . f - TotaIL. i&14 74H *
,. ,- T.Bavsge.. ;. ..'.t...... ... .. .Tota'....... ... .... m IS 4 J4 IHOOBPORATXD UHDCB THE''LAW OF F&OBTOA.. ..rt: r a
T'ti Tseter47Drew.... ... 6 ... . <
;; llnlth' tIaterd.we WI&b Tracks I.H.lohDlOn-'w. ..;...:.... a 2..S o 1i Conduct r 1 > if .I-.IW ' '
ITroEi James GrUBo .. _:... 'I\ .... ... ... g M. a- GeneraltBarikirg{ ,
.ro ..u._. R ... .. . 11I8CAUK. a_ WILL ,. BROWN '
L.COIUD.. .. t. CAUSE A .BOOK.heW.
i.. WujCodalo and Cattortc BecU R. r .r. 1 :111' Business. Issues Drafts All
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Johnson IOsrdner._........ 6 ... .. Edard B.rDott...... .... I .. .. vax '. Solicited Consistent
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g r Abe MKTROPOUS furnishes herewith, 8. Eo Beet.i...;.... ..' S ... .. :. . 8.D.aeld......:......... 9 .34 ... n. W..WIU. X.p <> rr. and Every Payer : ;

;%d :a tabulation'of' tbe leading vegetable B. r. IA1llkrrw.y..... <......t. 2 S .. ... ... J. W..Baker.. 8r.. ... ....... 3t ..... ... .. Skip Ba1141r' -'Baiar.It CHARLES H. QARTHSIDE. With' Conservative Bank '. ..-._
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":% to be grown b this' section.tbi* winter. I.olo .t;::r .::. ,': 434 :::: : :: ::: w.'A.Coot:::::::.::;::::::: : 3f T' :,:: -thai AsH.L : IOg..E'tend : i ? rat .- < "'* ,'
w.B. P.IJ eu, .. ... ... I ,.. N .... a M. Inpilt.. ......... 11 1 1 la expected the deckion.01 \ .' f 4. '. f
t w.J :)rianielyj.tomatoes, eggplant,,.peppeAqnX Lawrence flay. ,:.,. t. .- ... .. R Bralte..... ...... .... 5OausroanaChaodler .. .. .J.. .. the secretary jDf the navy to retain ; -. 1flift.. ..:,1 '. -... +<,'
.. jt beans9 ,..... ..\ .. . Nelson Bros.... .... I .." ... .. ; :.. fiI' V .. :. / : ; .
-; ;jritb tbe name of grower; K.,'MeGrofr..4.' ...."..... : .. . .. H. L Mren' .....'.... aIrewlsBecker ... ... :. :. the vessel purchased during the war . .CO '.l'.I
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rpciSt ftl address and number of acres ;. I \ George Watkins ., 4 .. will have the effect of causing a4 boon .'
,. .- .' -.' J. L.Devsn' _.... +.. ... ... .... .r. W. IL'RarrlDKWo...... .1 .. .. '. ,
f' t.e .cb.of.b- !:four different;kinds ofvegeiablei Brad oeka Boxle r -.... 5 -- ... .... W.O.Oarter.t........... 1 ... ... .i.. 10 American shipbuilding. .It comes Seaboard 'Natfonal,Jlank, f. .New VorlcNat'l ; : >'. .: ; .,;
l named. We shill 1 Graater- a Overstre.. . : .... .. ... A.\H..eCleU.D. ........... 1 .. .... .... J[uat.at a time when there fun unusual . :
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& Lewis. S : Jacksonville Jacksonville
':'1. ."" 'this YbE.tex4weekoJn.order; that;.itfuctiopi c John: :z.r .: -.... :::.:..::..::: r' :::: ::: ::r t:e! D ..-,,;:::::.,..: S SMr : :: : : ::: lag demand on-account for ships of flying the expanding the American commerce { : :. .' ..-. :

f J'iif't: mat be oted.up. : 'aa. &rl'bl Bedl J'dlle..t.. ....,..... d::11 ,-. -. .... T.Oarntt.-._......,... 10 1 SRkyJobnsoo. .. of the United State in general . FOREIGN, CORRESPONDENT. L .:<
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tJ o| additions! the amount H.DrJ'Pol1oek.... #.....: ..1 "t ..::. '.1".w ,{.,. Gu4Bowaman.Gent' R Jordan.. ......,5 .S. %34 ._ and'particularly.on account of tie ocision >' Knauth, Nachod_ -and Kuline,: '. ;. New !Vol".:' '. '. ;.; .

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'oftt0litiotuareit'o| d1tferebt.veg.tables Adase4rellaJ.I.Robe11. 0 h LC.Baaw. 4 34 '34-.
; W.rrlDr'-.I'.r',. a.. Chadd .purrler....... ... .. K ... ... of the administration: confine :_.__ _. 1 : i' !:' . ..t t r ,
". ; also the adds oi jf names'of 2 .... trade:between American;portal and 'j c .r :. ,

.2 '\growers who" may, ;''commence opera' }. .LLChesleY..r.i Belden a Dickerson;;;i'i :::::; / i..1.N..i.....N. ..:.N..............:..:.:::.::.:.::.:: :::: :::: :::: :::: Puerto XUco to American'veaaela.' Elegant t Iron Yialt and Borglar-Proo!r..Saf(Witi: !t Triple f l f Concnssloi'Tiffit.lpeU":' :- .71

F ltioosfte. ,tbe;date of theYIsiLtothedifferent 'rotala.;..tr. ... ._.. 2534 11 54' : = . The navy;in preparing for war,drew .

., 'E' sectionsof0f0teatberlj: ; --- m Tots............ 6 5Y. ,.. I IOot very largely:upon the tonnage.of> the .S41abisi ,of "the Host ImwoTed. Male.'' .;*- -.' J. l.-, .:' .. ,:',_ .'' ,.

"': ; ; uhrt.e'aRd fOl"etgDl1 sailing under .. ;
'who has-been for fire .weeks -
.. ; , engaged= so coOcWwr! OEOTL. .t I'll' J 1m. the American flag and the bu.h oi : ;0"' '. . '.;.'
; la.tbe varioa section* securing the .t\ i : fJ1fU"1lf' of these line cannot be restored "Dm . .
4 r1 .oj to its xwt2Is .'. . ,-,,
.s" data That several growers hate beet .. ',_, ".'- f'. ;. former proportion*.until veacel haTe ;7t'
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:missed.:we: bare ; doubt We urge Edward Klnr.r5.. .... Jt ... ..,. an. t ... 10 ... ... . been built to supply the place of those "c t r' f It' .
'' ."."that:those, who, :hire been missed.no Mrr4E:UInkson. '..I...-.. a 1 B. ..,. Belntosh A Psxton. .. ... i .. ... .-:. taken by,.the government. To rector :
& LL0'Nlel.n..rn.-,.-. ... .. .. 1l0l1etA Hlllrard. ..... let 1 I' 1 rapidly .forging tb e': aea :
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to these lines the number of vessels .
rS1" ;-ae'jftbeove&ght'::: or that any B.COallD&'n.. t 134 . t. Dr.r.JaeklOQ..J.-: .. . ,,.. .. ,- F" J r' os ._ c' ..tu : .
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i of over- ,. Belcher.,. ,....,......_. ... 134. . NelsoaC.'IIOD-- .. .. .... they had before the> war will'require : : i" z r = ' f r
; ,p fs : .sigbtoi|wrong: ea mate notify.us of C L Ddvisi . ,....".. .. ..:, ... .. "'_ 8.IGltro..._._. ........ 9 .. ...: ... the construction of vessels.
C..J.R. .-. .. 1 ... t 8.W Wrla'ht............. I ... ... .... Th Leadilig.1CiiiILSonfPIGiiaaU 1 AJ tih : '. ". !
: :: tbe\ame of thej>art/mlsie4; ,jr tb'b GeorgeM lleDonald.<. .. <. S I% .. hDWaUaee...... .... 114 . ... .. 'MONTH IN DRY DOCK.f .r,
nifc$erjx>f'' rel.tbe nark "kinds G. I. H.rdee; ... ._,...: S. t ... .-.:; Tbare4.Johnson. ... .. .4\' 4. ,: .'.:. ... .
't n > ? 31Uls.. . ...1.."<_. a 1 1 A. Lars D..h..1..... ....J I .... .. ... : )
... '; of. ,vegetablee.Itii: -our'alm'to make W.JaeklOl1........,... C t 1" O.C.J.CarlIOD.2 .... .. .,. .Q.. va41g ea' C.ralR..t, a. Gaaataaaw ; l
ColweU..... ..... t 1 I.34 .._ N, A. &......: t ..,. ) :
; 't thus aehedola a*..correct as poesible.r. D.A..&DUb.. ... ...._.,..r.. ..a. 1. '_" .'Aadre&ll.......... .H.. 6 ...1.. ."n..'.. . .. lr..waltat.a' Tlr ri.sk EVERYBODY INGOING Tfi .MIAMI! ?

; 10 do this we .need. r:'the the'assistancev JPf A E. -Montgomery Brooks. '. .. .r.r 7 : : Lewis ft m Wm.NortonK. .. ,.......' : .rkaaias. . H- .. PlAteav. , '. ., .. .> i. ';; .. l '. 1'>. ,

K the '.various 'It has required { .., .... S !. r ; W.KUlam...4.. : : : GHOICE LOdATJON -
X J: :growers.; ; w Dawklna or1i.aw7.-fc : ,' .t O.P.Carlon ....... ... ... When the cruiser Brooklyn went Into Now is time: to secure_ a ; eltbk for Hck

: a. nat Jim of hari work and the ..Powell ,"....:-*:....... I" -S.1 N J. T. Woford..r.., ....... 10 . ... . the .Dew,timber dry.dock a few.day*
amount '.... .: ..,. Vnu'MeRea.. ......... 5 ... .. ... ; Business residence. 'Choice '
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sJ erpeodUurfof aiarge time j. or, in the for sale.
f J. L. Carroll *i.:.... ;:.' t; 2 .. .. &andLOetges... ... .. tW.J.White .. ... ... qo'at: thTi.. yard, CoasimctoBowk city by . ,;1F
'. ,Island/a considerable' sum'otinoney: ';: 14. 4 .' 1..Ow.o...._. ... .... aJABemsey&3.W.6alloWal ... . .. and his assistants immediatei % ) .
4" 34.. ................. ... .. ... . 1'4..
<.ir .reaching: a arm, ti:nesily.tiequaling: O.H."Hunt;*...'.*..*-/*.-;,. a l4... .. ... ;......-._..:......... ... ... .. .-.. let fo'work'and inspected tbe,T rt1's. <

5 :.$800.;: Mr.. ,'FealnerljrwaV-an" ILL Griffith.;. .x.r."f'. ..... ......... -l75 -1 -t -1 ,bottom. '\While,, the cruiser was 'at :
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:. stranger to"this section 'when he,coin; W.8.:8.T Porter Hardee,: t,.:.-..;...:. T' ;: : :.:: : :: 3uantanamo it'artruck.a coral reef,and F-FD Da11 II' S :'u': fi ) O. Yi.i{ ,

jnenced the work and It J is but'naturalrVj :. & : ta.r.f.-.. 1 ... .... J.. b.. e to .t'wu.thourht at. the time it.wa Seri= ; i ;
<' 3 B. 8. potter t....-*...".. ;..:.. IS 1; 1. J -. IIODXLODanta 11 0 D ausjy:damaged:::'The report of'.Mr' ; Jf

'j. that in passing through. ,sparcely A..W. Burnett.-. -1.... ; M". .u' 111 'I'r the .' ; .,. .> . .
John Rogers. . !. I l' ... Bowie *:,to.'. ,.navy; 'department; "' .' ,.
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: A.A.W.R.AUbrook Bot : : ; ; what he JOHNB' .'
; P. 8. mllll1m.J.t'r--to..t..aa"3 ., S4 .. r see,now that the Brooklyn : : on. ': .' . :
:. i. '"overlooked,. Upon the: prairiestbegrower Jack ..aeoek4.'IC.: 10 10 .. .. !!tin. Paoista...-_....... IS .. ... .Mr La in dry dock; to that the ship grounded n t :
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:,, ... ...... ..... ... .. L' : : ,Fort Dallas Land 'Coinpaily 1 Mjairii7'k: ;
k("'* ; are very close,:together, with, M U.IInrriwn..a'4.' : Fred SbaM.Yi.. 6 : '' forward and that ita.bottom is badly y : ; .,
-.;.. !.:. I Kane Joanaon... ..._... 7 . .,. < '
.. *i nb'apparent dividing line. between the Barauel.Rhode*r;;!......'. :i.p a 1. 134.E. Joe Bell.. i...;........._. 9 .. .1. scraped for distance of 90_feet,'ex OlJ.E.- GRAHAM,:Vice-PrisV '* : "l' .-
RM.Browa.ss ...;: s 1, a .. 8.J.8berrar4... ...... t ... ... .. ) ; .. ,. ,
t" tl- different;"parties ,toE pI41oDeJQ: htaifpfork D.Albnry..;..:..;.;."..f.- 4" :4.. .... 3' 8.E ..,........,... 2 ... .. ... tendfng outward' on'th; starboard Fort .Dallas.LndCo. 'St. :
AngnstineFlaA.HIGH
Information E. ndC.Dean._ ...iS,.. Hill:s. ...-.. side On t e port side to'.another lon$ i-io-tf-ta-m .J( ., ;:, : : >*

.k,', lrIit.'growers'hu j had to be, from relied contiguous UPQUJD! a Rarland Trapp..f..,.. .*& t. :! :.':. :a:: r Randolph Bsnneblll'.>.-.-.s...:::;::::::: i :.::: :: : ::: scar. The plate* are.:denied, varyin .r ' : fJr

'. c. H. Blre ..,, ... .'... .: .r. ;., Wm. McCray:. ( .... ..' from ;. half;inch I to two inches_.1)ut > ,
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# 1;. good; many instances wbere''the; )indi- J.: McAllUter.,,,S,....:-*... 10'' .i..i ..l F.J.Weat';" '-:,Y4.......... t "i' 'J't. 1* ,the;rivet*'are' in':place. Mr.;Bowie ; ,QKADE FERTILIZERSL *: ,
-vldoal' could not be found.\We Fletcher Albnry.;+.?.,7-,.. 1. I, . ... G.B.' Hlnekley.r.:.,...,.u.' 15 34 .. 2, ,. .
t $ grower Alfred Kemp.2 t I. ... .. ;.. .. ; : : : .'.a aN ... : aay*it will be fully a month before the t : ' / '- r '
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'." it ,shall,mail :halfUheet:.copies,'to f erery. John DoufflaMOl ..-,.*.:v..4' t 1 X IX n i..+..:.'. .,:'.':."::: .''.'J": . ._. ... ".1.i Brooklyn'can leave,the dry dock.'f'" > ; :'
: ( .1.Wneeler .3.,: :.: Nr ;' l, ...:.r.A_ .:. h. .N. '.' :',. "
":'i. growerwhoae name)appears npouthe, : H. : :!:c./ : t .: : ; it.j

T;' under which sndsObescbslns; .....'., J 1 .1r' '!tY Total..*.. N.......;... It 134 .... t CUBA. '"AS. VIEWED, '.BY. ROWAN,7 7dl
8rbeduleatthetpostofflce
r : A. r. Laur.1....'..f'.. ".:}, . tc s..tc4 ,. : ,; -; -. . A.' QUAL1ANDREPUTATION.'e; : ; : : : '
)bii name appears ptia'w .urge that J. We westhtrlord.-. !.!. '. 'iF ..l ,' ;'., ,. f'B .1 tea a'i 'Coloaet'Tell' et HI* H* : .j : : : : .+.o,

any*omissions' or.,wrongeatlmateiibe Bruc t., :.!;....-. ... I" . II r e w at:Trip Tkr.uktbsr t *"<;
..A..Bo. .r ,. ',' f.I1AD 1'i ; : ,' ( / '
. . 191't. Jt = : ., :j.
':promptly.furnished';as 'either'' by the h.... .. .h....... ., .. .. I" : ; r. ; "u
,. ; .' .;...... ".,jN'lY. d. y. J .(DM Pottoffle.. .K .' ,. : 7 : ,. .
:i. rties"thetosdTes:'or byany;onewayir'g .J.ri. _ t.N. 'j '- ." f. I : -5.- Then ;why(: }- '$35 and(i. $4 a per:ton.wher'.:you can':getfa: t ;t 4'

'correct Information l regardlpgtbe .ToiaI.. .. .L.;. ..". m" u r htse T i a_..:.NJ t., ,:. NN .:. Lieut. CoL,Andrew S.:Bowan, of the stctlybrg; grade reliablelFertillzd j at'' the following! ; ?
; ; ; prices. 5'
H.CWe1ebt; ... ;, Nineteenth .;. %
lot N who prompt
:. m..ste.nl{ A ftl puwork.De.Ter .' s .: DoUlla. Broa: :;;.,... .: c .... ... infantry; was I' ..., ., ..... 4sr
' _.... .. ..:...' ; .',. ,; .;, IDUL.u 'f'AtfD.vun[; : ; ,: !;:". & TODtt ; ? \ }; .ii ..' .
J w' : .... bl&daring'tripof ;
Hilton I.
: edafor ieconnoIM
. :before attemptedIq Boutix;Plorida.web . I S. 1 '.S '' itl1.1IarrtI.:. ..::.:...:...i.Honae ., 4, .a..:, ... ?r fiBGElPi'YJ1fTL ._ } -.1DEALPOTA IlA'NtlRB...; ..._;..........130.).. TON. ..: -i"l t *

"- liere;and, will:p ove.:>t>i raloe .as.a . IiI.. :. , .: McLean..t':r....:...I, 5 .,y . '.!'..'. wince Iii Cuba at the beginning of the {.t', IDEIIYEO, ',UL- MANOR. :.,8mT .: l' .'.',,,;:;; i"'J "j;.., \' #.{
; r. Abram. elntth............. 744 .. .. ... war hu returned to this country from "' FE z'<.1oran ,: 121 PSIt'TUJ1 : ; 'f''V. I, :
jDBA.L ) :
tL trop ;
'r::;oafkrlson' f fof\next_ year"when' we Samuel Ftle .'*.-, ..,, .--. ; a. ';'; ::aBoll: J.B.Combs.Btoa.........:.....:.;:Vr.B. .1.. 2 2-% ..34 C. .,,34., :: Havana. He brought toWashingtona ..- *. ; IDEAL:BLOOD; BONE'AND POTA8H._"N..;:.::f.y._...:.ta PER TORJ :.. 7.!" .'. "./"y-_... .' =': ;.1 ". !
,
.b do; tbe";;same 'work'OYer again XM.Morgan:." .,**VAN -. 1,; I ,. '-... N.: .ESnlpea...... .... .. aYJ ', ... report(to'thear department of the .z 1t. { :apECUI/Krx u.& NO 1' i.-t .! . !\IU PIR'TOtt', : :. : 'tt. .
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B it1:furnishes grower B : I } '. ..:., W. c. 8arera.. .....;....,.. ; 10 ..t.. results of Cuba, .......- ... ._,.!. .... .. .. L V
., tJ to every .as oa.BICltel't.,.. ....>7ti,. .. 1 .. : .!:. N.LlTemnre...!;.".........>.,. 2 wy.O!: .if "J-,.. a-cpecial trip through :' ,:: :]CORN FEBTIUZER M x. aaIflB.TO'S.. -'. \ a'1 ,
knowledge of,the amount of vegetable* Leon Fon.Ui.o\ '-o .' a I .- -;r. Bdaallft Fort...,!;."':: 1 10., .. ... J:.a ,which Tie baa just ,completed. :TCOL-! . ;A1IF.rfI'izer-1dateri.' at Lowest MaketPricee; .- > *"' '". "t.JrI I R*

", tube grown'by the truckers of the dif. H.L.HoffmB L8.J'lck1a.i.... ,<::_:_ .S a N I. ....:;". w j ', J.L.YW.NareD'aib.A.lpog.i....\..... .,::J.: a II .34... ..,' '. .Rowan'waa ordered t to'mtke this rip; .' ''.Aakfor. our book.,-}Fby WeMake the Idealt Hiiizera." > ': ; :: "V ?

;' 'Parent;sections,. which.:will" of ( hence CrtnrleT.>.:, ..v-.;*-./ .,'. .N 34 .] Chula fccbuler.......:.;;!!.i! a ; .". ,.;. .aNf.. byGen.iMiiestWhodee4: ; .to: 'learn ; Wilson; & ;Toomer.FrfaUzer'Company.w'' a. :.; r
: prove X. .T.aP..W.MerrlU.v.r 234 4 :., .1. !. Edw.rdTDCk..f'... ..N:...' t N.. _;. ;.. something about the condition*of the :: :
: .7"fca,.at>alue_to them and f ire,hop\'>result W.LVoorheestn 10" :. :..; .'f:#. It. CQrrr...'_...1.. ..".::, I. ... ... ..;; ;and how era I'I. t. iAcasoN ILLr) FL.L .;,Y'i1'4 ,. .,
route they suited for thmovemenl
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LLOrtlan..y,2 b .... .
'. -oonytoctDg..tbem' ; that a:tborolighet'gi J.C.uook*ft.Bro-.v."-. 'I,' 'S .l. .'..J.,, McDonaClementldBroLBTuckev. ...r, 211 '; i a .. : ;:of.troop., "I:found ..thconditions' t :Pig's. Foot Brand Blood and .'$17 per Ion.,' t jDamaraland .,. ;... ." :;- i .+ J1

i u.Uol.Is necessary In prderthat 'Janes Books. -h..Ii.,...:.,...":*- ,..' .!... ,,:-i.<' ny. ,. A. H.McCaU. ...-..., ...:..I, .N. 'f4 ,.. of the 'people," i said ,',Col 1. .. Guano_ Ideal Tobacco Fertilizer. 844'per.toa..Cl .. ".;:. : '? -1tf it

:, they:tiayproiecy'themielta against a .;:ji NM.i.,4.. .r ;:;; : : ;; :; Sloaneft B. alcEaddy Kennett.N5..,...,...... ...<.;:, s3 4'a" t: ::i iU' ,1lo1ftu,0 be very bad, both in health .: 'L - : :' : ': ';' : '..:\i: .,' 1
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Y..Nt.- N. tcLeod4kMonlJOltJN.ff ..' ?
; :: 8IUUedarketinahlppiig. ,The acre'age .' :' !!:!! - -: Blllottft Phillips....:..+;.-:.,.., a' ... t .. ,.ndID:me&D ;'Al theaame time.they . .J\. # ., ."- ., :., i1, 'oJ. >_ \ ,. A6ENT., ... .' >.. .Jh -' f' ...-.. ;f
.' in taimatOM'is'sometbiog.nor s To&1a...:J.>r.t_ 49 934 434.:. W.J.Metaddy,..<.*. . a, 1_ s _. are-very aubmia&ire,'but believe:thaafter' \ ,;, ', 4 MIAMI ' 1 ,
'S.17tf..Lf.q ; .
: CeanaftO.....,...._..-.>...- ". t .:. ..;.. awhile :.will 'be' + ; ; .f.LA. .,' < "ff.; ; ;-!:( !
<: weompared with,heitean'aDd; we Ed Cook......... ...*..? a'. they 'aUowedt: .. '
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: ,- : 'f. M..F. Lang. JH: ... J;: 2% :: : ::} ;govern themaetre*.::Partaof theUkw ' !'r: -'j .. *.::; . "' .- . 'J ,'.15--. '- '>' l; { : "
.: xpeet'will ;betargely Increased:next If,. James Murphy...... '.....r t ... t'' ..' 'te .x- : ,: .
.a -p t11.aap.tect .
; are tor'tbetraa.'polia'ttoii :
'LB10N'CITT. "I i\H"i\ ..... ', ... .. t '1 '
-i. jraarl:*. 'Therefore a thorough i organization r Denham Clements. :* s. nu E ; AWADDELL5 es
I 1 .... of troops but in o other place
x Tom ; ifu-t ;
-< among'the ;growers forself'and. : ,' _!L. .: . Lee .l-.a*-','...:.M....:,._..w; S i. ::i. the"road* 'overgrown A.railroad ?
,... . . J. G. TrntttDonglaaa ........:i. :,; .... I"; 'l 1H . !* ,Miami ant 5J
N4 City CottntyRegil .
E.L. White ; ; 2 | ,
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:feutoal 1 protection I* ; .f%. J i eats easily be built from : j :
necessary.Tbe B. Wa1DWrtc1t. .... .c :.' .. .A Gollych ec....... S ji. -, '. .. : Pi _r'del: Bib ? '
L . acreage' f'okra, cueumben'.:po- -= .. .Mattair.:7..N': ,(.w;;; I . :.. k '' a.na...is..r.N.1.N.,'.. . r.. .,.". ''!.' ....:.. :." :io Santa.,Clara: but from.there' the, : ;i' :

?..: aaloes' ;. ;le._ Boe-, JsfQM ,,', ., elefy" and F Paul, Matthews:: : :;; ; ..l.1.1'1 .A,. t. : ..i.:.w.N.. :,:? ;::: = :i:.:.. :' +. mean* of,travel will have'to be on foot' Estate, ,Bureau"A '
; ryK : I by:hone. The '. ., .. <. ,'.
.MtoM II'.mall hat have brought Jane W. Roberta : ; or, : crops ar* poor;owIng "J t
we ........
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Total: 190 IS ... '
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'' W..I.GreeD: ; .i. ;/t. .t" \to.the;)fields in many places ; '.":. .T7li! I i.tiay pro ril:0i'1t: Fruit .z' >
..'Vkt different: amount* grown together H.L31trtma..a:4 i.Q;. I ..a: .. --.5.- being B Bwcayne *, ': W.8 . a' .m completely'devastated, I found same'sugar'boweyer ..' ",-and Y tract all, orinveetdenta., : .. siPhosphate .V .
.tad tabulated in I brief .rberrr.'i '' .'. i 3t 4. ,,: .
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them .
) .a schedulelk tin.L W. Pttrea._ .,, II 6 .* ,. \ '. *-*

J. >,.) 'ImJUwhich, is given. below W -the D.R.Knight! .* *..;. ,'.ti'..,;:H... !:. t 1. .F J", ="iJ"i--* .... .LJITIDEitDALE. . ,, '"1 t I'I"'I.:=.., and Matanza province; growing, and'In'considerable JIavan. ii S. a/ ; .U Orange Grove, ''Lands; _:_.onf J''West'r f:Coast.rsa .- i {r;i"-{ '"

.k" utfn scfeeduteof! t H T' ly . .r- : ",
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tomatoes lantar. A. Pent ,tobacco in Puerto '
., B.'><. Brows41eon.rb: .. I, K .". r' . i' I Principe. >4-* I ;For i+rorreepondenofTeneloee. 3?( '
jfcapersand feanil tj'i"j'I C Wataon.; i ,"' ,,,. ti .. : .j" K.T. K Iq....?......?.....(. a 4. ... ; E ; {;::1i i-'rjJ ,:.
; : ' -V" 4. ,. :
Wr efforts af X.fbel'lJ'.B.oa.t1'"p. *.+.t _'.:.. B. 8Klng....N,11.?.-.... 2 ... ... oJ.-. INDIAHg'JFEAR 'I W RIFPlila.r. \ . _
; ;hop our to the '' '
r{ : ., .... . O.L.HardrraTS......,.. .t .. '
John Carey; .vMr. .so.. I' .; .,. ,; .h.: "_' u: 1 44 ? 1 '"Atr'IOTERWIND MILLS I. *' : :
ql i ; : ;
t'tfbriee*'growerswith the operations of Cook &I Wett:. v .-vf,-, a ... . .: J.NfBndle !.' a 1 I; ... :ARMOUR &: : ;F -
MfPWhldby. t.y.1, ,.,...,5 a. ..}. .;, .. A\J.Wallace.. imMilill..: 6 .'.4;. .. l' D.rir.}.Lllki the War '1 it'tli -*r : Fertilizers Cblcngo lJI,4 r. : 'Chicago m. 3if\ '
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;; tbeir neigbbors;|n the ;Tarjpus.sec- W B* Joorsa..*&*.t <\?. ...'* .. H '. Manball..MM.. .........: I un a... '.Kra.:.... : 4,. .' t. \ :; : :- : :; .,. : :
E. Bylngton .... 4 .h :, W. B.Joyce.U. a. ... : : : ., AvrnneD'ovor'BsnlI.SIAMIFLA. ,.1
glYftV.1U lie appreciated ia'a' .Q t.n ; .rr .WM..M .N K r ;, : : :i4 4j. ,
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LrW. Manbail........ ..... ; *
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\\til A W.Cromatli..iiM.4 a . 10 akNn. : '
.0. :ft-n-tf-Lfa-mi J\\ '
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d.w A.i:;and that those:who have not Thoa. Rnssell$::., .._:"-..;. J .1 ..- .,, ritOrgOBrabhus....'....-..-,., t ', :0 t 1 : : : >
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ChuieaLRpberts >. :,12 t" J. Bo71. ..J'Thomaa t ... . .. : ..
tt to faVor tbe HxTKoroua, with Wm.TilerBtantoa .:...." ..' .041.,'. 12 't;,j.. :..xra, {'' : Powell..:.. .A........ t . ... The: BragJorgetuen' rifle,':with : : -f \r. .
''Mteir '> &bcrtptiona"as. :jjtfr.:Featherly ft Honser,.''_,-:Wa. 7'; Z : I. "'- J.W.MarsbsU&i.B J. E.Manhall.: ,,''''' I. ._: :'o. ?r. which Uncle 8am' regulars are armed ". .!]! ; :E !, ,.,,Y.; : ,': g ..
Thomas Carey..,,..rt... .*..: .:, ..... .,; Manh. 9y4 '.; .. ..; of :
'bar !passed<;km.ong\theni will do so'atearlydate f'ar1t.r.A8mlU1.s. ?. 1 ti(1.allh..l.*,/ T. .34 .:" .:.. are;.weapons -greatinterest'to'the >' :': .' :: L' ,
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: Jordan &8plftl!. i< .1; .3' .... .,...,., II .... .. . old: ltera"'and sportsmen who have i' --- :
1pest ; .TheJtecaopoua. ., , willexpense1 w.f\ B"'It..J..x! !-T... 1" ..,. 34 C.lLCarn.i..w.......: I NN . 1_ : \
DO>': .pr" hard work- : in Henry J'Uer. ;,p {. ,.... I 3' T' :\<' Captain Fromberger.,.:, i. :.:: b" ... fathered: tJ'fatkerfron all section,.. :istiUcd, VatcjvjW: ; ; |. t''.PiompflyJllleii'?: i .
.- : . ..
C.E- GJonathaa8ands r ; ; N..r: : say*.'the'QjneapolI. (1iim.j Tribune.
g the tfuckersaod fruit ..-. tZ: I : .. .. :., : : : :
_ ,. ; growof ; ; : i ;. .0N:4.w..N : j The soldier*; *''cartridgea* :
AJ. Donthu..ct.f,3y ,I l' 1 ... M.n.N.IfN,.rN MMr_ L: .. ... W: .,., ; pas 19Ur. Miami TeatCa! prcst Lake 'M'gr.ij1- 1t
.sontilDe1uto: t.kn WIed&jaf Maths PomeroTt ... I ," .'. 'r .. the;cmriouVrhorr; >tainthem f as tonveniraj -, . ,
.the: operations"of each :.other,.and T.D.Wr FinoSoop.A.h'UqyO.- '.. ..-.i. .:; { "' ... Toc..ta..M. ...'...NtN..; .o .I f. 644 I. .Paid.'one:of: the :blue-coated" :
EutbeVing..their 'interests as much aslav 8. a..D ...- !-. .1 .I.., .,:," '''_1L _- ".' .j men'whop had. returned from Sugar }
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a.Andrews. .. ... .. t. ... .' ; -' : : '{
1 Point .1t';
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havliigtaken.Wrt In
yoaaible.X-The-work wehire'cow > q. : the scrap: : 'of 1
Goodricb .. ;> A ,
aoeike d-thisfear will_becomeafeaWe .:-,1.is. "!.f7'.7.;..... ...... !.".:,, ..:, -., J.0. .' J .jtoi =- 1"1-- The Indiana'ran against something : I IRE ,., JrB'.EJd'! :_-1 .y

-Alt # HD'I b t# f.tfhe... \ :.e .1 #.::::;.: .0.yr..r4.. !..* : :: -t: -t: tuard'::.... .' :1.(...<1--.: I: T ..!'t tn The.our"*teel;bullet,.bullet* that' :ot; ''the surprised"sragJorgenieniiaaetirahtngtLingindlitDeie" them 'i;;>;; 'f- r.)""::' .,;J. : -' '. .f. . "' ",, ._- : .. ; : f.{ G: : ; t '
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.0 ,ti .ioisystem. T-taJ.X.j-.h.:......:. .;1--.2C 11.U&MaII.:''"............Y', 4,. 1 .";.. .:. :. .. .cDtI'I" !- X. :.JIfl".1", .'
c r.\41, realized the magnitude of ,the W..J.8man...,r,....:..... .. I .... ..* -s..rin' concealed the : ? 1
Jndian; 'in :
: 'I . Je.ktD.. ; .. . grass <
; w.p- ifJ. 1 : . If' Mr. : ... :..S.... I. .:" .%. %, ; .ti)a'with- for three""miles' "INSUIIRA'JCDon1 E'f . "
the weeks ... .J. .F 3'' v v 6 O.&Htnsoeh' i. ;.N .a? it will : I: : : J : ,:
b > . fJ1i
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: e tli ld''I have proceeded little, I L1Tl'Ls_ R_ .1 t.J i ., ,.\ n.." ;;. : . 'fi.. M find him.;', j Wien'wecaught&eonple': ; : It ; : .: .. 1 -

'tltEtYeatl.; ;1et". :we'i..r( IYIL'.I': ,. .w; .. BW.S- -"..... .:;.t-..::!..!,. 1., 7. '. ".1.: 3f'buck wbo; we'could see, weref be> '. : fet f ; '-Thla l Jim ply attmelr reminder to"plwe*$oma 'S -' ,. t;"''1'I .- Jj
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O.stevent .
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' .! : ; bind .;treeex from'the= Insurance Air -our a lid tngt Stocky.iton.ehord .. > r .
nirelu're 1u'edJ& 'r. v :.pine, smoke;of ( FDJ'alhJn&e'. ; j.?- : "*BL .F,,
: can b :m. -. & .t1 : t . t.. : ;: u = :1 bceroarl aaraocel U1e.' -* ,. '' '
1 "' ; q c- f : ; ,' .. r-"jf-
Bu JWcaa.4.. : '...-...:.: .::.: 4 '" their rifle, the:other*:*oon learned -. ._ : t' V \ ,"' <'*. .. .. "
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of-mnch'idiictige st'D' ;
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to ,Y.-, J *
ward Jl"reemaa : erta. ;;, .:1A, N. _. to,, tThe ateel '
"N t fall>biCL't ; bulleta'swillo *
.J rm is.1ied: r. KokSt..f f.i I. 2' ., : to i. w.Roberts.: .1.t +. .0' t British America, Western, 6t= imperial':InsurracovCo '- 1 -
. JOhaLRobexta..: .. ,.,: | : through 40 ncheof :and many " '" .
ttOD.-.curo' / IleDlT' i; ; I r } pine ; : "
< Dearoeh.t. 234 ) y. ; : :
: t3t : r ;
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} .$ \ I. Sander ... 21' .'. f T. JL 1Dderi . . I, :.a. ..; } Indian who maylitve : t.:: /. : i. A ; J :? : ,
4 :1! -' Hndeou.Btur., 'f',i , s ''.;. '1 H ..... J :" . ..t,. thocght.hevat.saft .., ,s.W.M6 FE rm" Jfc" .',
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oar .figure* tey speak ..D. .eDoDal4.. '! ..i". t. '. .: : Oeerp J.8a1Bufni. .t... 1 .:.. '..: .N, < They csn4tflghtithawa *";'J..lrr' < .. t. .-.t- .c. :. __ ., >- 7' ,
," TtnemelTe*;* ; ;. ', Thomas t ttaal n..,.A.., a .- ."L4.i C.t-iOlaP1)lJ1;.. :!....:...... : .:_ ..#. 2'W. : they!used toW.< : ;::l'r-.. .0- over. ,Xetra Orocarr corner,T I2tb. street. and Aliars... . D...IiMIAMI_.. .;-.a.j. I--S. j lTL-. *"--r- .w-":! -.., '... '- *' f''
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Florida and Cuban Tobacco. great value and merits to its superior Pines North Carolina, and found entire ""field ,is closed in above and on Of Pecan Culture.f. I rieties (that I do not care to'p-', .

Florida tobacco has had to pay the adaptability. for cigar wrappers. What them! to be of great practical 'value. the sides 'with cheese cloth.: Mr.: Ne- I From tie Ftorftla Agriculturist. 1 the other kinds. :It..: i

usual penalty of jouth-a lack of re- chiefly recommends it for this purposeis the work being carried on at this vill, government tobacco expert, states: I I To gibe you a comprehensive viewI The only) and best book, so:;far,;

ogroition Yet it is young'only in its its fine, soft, silky and elastic texture Farm Is probably the most' thbropghI this is a fact. It used to be a standing must go back to the beginning. 'nut culture is issued by' the trl 8.\ .: r

renaissance; it is old in history. More suitable conformation, glossy I,I this line jn 'J.he.UnIted States and joke In this colony that farmers I[ In 1382, my orange trees being all 'partment of Agriculture, price 3$. _
appearance and good burning 'qu-ali-1 will be of untold value to the should shingle their farms 'to protect cents. Do not
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than a century ago the Minorcan colonist I' agricultural I killed by the freeze, 'I cast about for get any other they are
; at :New Smyrna tilled in his field These qualities are developed to and horticultural world. ,Everyone Khe crops: from haUatonea..' In America some sort of tree to replace them, 'not worth the paper they are written. \ -

the Spanish tobacco (Nicotium repan- a very large extent t by the mode of: who derives a living from tillingthe this toofing-in: is actually; done II without being confronted by the con- 'upOn.. iI

de), with his indigo and his datil cultivation and manipulation, but fl soil would do well to study the stant danger of frost. f I Buds and grafts are about equal in. ,

milked his more by Jthe! humid, insular climate.It work of this Experimental 'Farm and all I do not ;! I
peppers. At evening as he Save Cassava Canes. I The pecan seemed to fill the bin, I t,I, respects, see anydi1ler-{
is bitter, and as far as aroma: i likewise of .
duck-legged Guinea, with a body as every other Experiment As a. large quantity of cassava seedis but our natives and others living here ence.

round as a barrel and only"aboru.t concernedj- there is little to recommend Station< in this country. to be called for :this winter by the advised against planting same, telling I I I must tell you though before sloeing '

, eighteen inches above the ground, it, as may be inferred from the Bryan Tyson. starch factory to be built, all who are me I never would have any returns, that only with the' utmost care :.
'- with one band he deftly "stripped" fact that nobody smokes it in Sumatra Long Leaf, N. C. and persistence will succeed la .
growing it will do well to secure their the land being too poor to>> grow fruit yoji
:' the other he flourished the Although devoid of. that aroma I budding if .
: While with seed early. A freeze is.a contingencythat trees. I ; you put your whole: mind '
)
which distinguishes toe Cuban tobacco : Tobacco as a Perennial.A and skill to work will make .
cigerro. you a :
,
ifine sued
; may occur before long, and then Having seen some very orange Y
rt Much further back, at the great it I i nevertheless the most serviceable new feature in the way tobacco. good-by to all left standing.Last trees and seedling peaches here, I cess. Chas E. Pabst, A_

council of the Seminoles the women wrapper in the market and I'I planting comes to us through the me- fall few persons seemed to realIze agreed to! differ with them, and having We take the ',i
1 liberty of publishing
for !
arse-he-aolablack drink), every pound of Cuban there are dium of ,
brought ( the Jamaica Agricultural 80j that the notices then published procured the.finest of nuts from

and the :fire leaped up and the pipes hundred poninds of Sumatra used for. j oiety' m an article '''by Ivan van Lantay meant anything and when the parties Louisiana; I planted the trees in the the following letter of Mrs. F. A., W, ;
Ii il "
of the conncal, filled with the wild tobacco this purpose, I {hi the (Melbourne Weekly Times. Up interested were ready to begin the '! spring of' 1882. where I wanted the Shi.mer. transmitting the above *!' ::1

' (Nicotians rustica), were lit and On the other hand, Cuba produces I I,!i to the present no one suspected tihat freeze. of the' tat had destroyed all trees to grow.Knowing cle: .).

' the smoke arose through the live oaks, essentially a filler tobacco Either of the tobacco plant .could be treated' asa outside, and they were compelled to II this piney woods soil to be I hand you an article on Pecan-Culture ,o j Ir:

and the overhead 80lemnlywagged those islands could manufacture a written at request by Chas.; ,
my
moss perennial. It bas fallen to Mr. W. send to the Bahama Islands for their poor in plant food{ I made my great .

; its long, gray beard, as who cigar wholly within its own. product, Daroezi, Budapest, Hungary, editor of supply, at great expense. That much mistake in planting too close ((20x30) E. Pabst, of Ocean Springs Ml4 Being :
"
wisdom. a cigar 'for a collier or a longshoreman pleased with the ''I
Should utter
,
Magyar Dofrangfajsag, a newspaper money might just as well have been never dreaming the trees would make paper soughts
, Coming down nearer, we find the ; but the eye, taste and 'touch of.. devoted to tobacco and its culture, to kept in the country besides the delay the growth they did. his permission have it appear fa ,

... Gambles, the Reardons, the Dunns and the modern educated smoker have become :I discover this feature of the :tobacco was disastrous.. Vegetables. corn, potatoes and cow some paper of our State, he stipulating -, *' _
other!, noted pioneer families growing so refined, so fastidious in their! plant; and he maintains that each that I "should choose thef one $
The peas were planted every year amongst
the Old Florida Broadleaf on the rich demands, that it will pay the cigar- :, succeeding crop 'of leaves is heavier: new factory gentlemen have satisfied interested themselves in the I I my little trees, and their growth was that has the confidence of the class.: -s
sugar-colored soil of the "mulatto" maker to send to Havana for fillers '
and of better most interested. BeUeTin&.the'
This
quality. present anew that there is enough seed in Floridato the wonder of the neighborhood and Agriculturist ,
hammocks( near Ooola./ me of.it, was 1 to Wisconsin for binders, and to In I to be the hand''\ r
tobacco culture for toa J you'c
aspect ( plant their 5,000,000 hills, and the show place of land agents. paper!
manufactured into"plantation cigars" Connecticut, or even half-way round great extent, It does away with the fer putting the money it will pre-I I In the fail of 18&8 I found some nuts "> py." hoping it may please jot .

T for the delectation of the broad-the globe to'Sumatra, for wrappers.But ]laborious work of transplanting.It circulation where it will do the most radically' different and small in size give it space in your columns, at your"convenience. '

brimmed orange growers of the An- on account of its bitterness, the that -tJhi When published kindly
seems peculiar peren- to those II which
good, and that is right here at home. I I planted made me
dent Citie. Some of it was sold to the I thinner it' is the better and the >
I higher nial quality of the tobacco 'has not Now, a few words on saving the think a little, about horticultural mat send Mr. Pabst a copy of the Agriculturist '

merchants of Hamburg and Bremen at priced, insomuch that the price increases ]been discovered before, although: seed: The upper branches, with all I t'I ters. I showing his article., As yon ,

handsome prices, running up even to almost in proportion to the within- the 1 last few in know I am much interested in ;
years, Germany, the leaves, must be broken or cut off; I I Next fall more bearing trees and pecua r
1 $1.25 a pound. number of (hundred leaves it takes to I some experiment have been made the immature second set of branches results still\worse; this decided me to ([as well as camphor) having begun '
' Too Much Like the Cuban While it \weigh a pound, sometimes 240 t I -
-running but three dom
very few have knowir'rt.Mr. are too soft for seed, and with the try and ch.ngemy trees if possible years ago by planting .,
is true, in respect to tobacco that even to six dollars t I
up a poundfor hundreds of seedling Now Lam '
Daroczd made his first experiment leaves will heat and destroy the even against the advice of practical trees > ..
_ Cuba1 extremity was Florida's opportunity use in a Florida factory.-Ex. '
in 1894, when 'he put into pots whole. i I horticulturists, who told me how almost going to plant several hundredgrafted .- "

it was chiefly an opportunityto some Ghinbeck plants, wbidh he keptin The main stalk with the first 'I impossible it was to successfully and budded pecan trees, sal, ;
be, not to become known. The very. Experiment Farming.The am convinced seedlings Tara too slow:
's a room during the severe European branches bud or graft nut trees'I ;
be used. A
can only
excellence of the article-"a voice too beginner in every trade or profession wroter. These plants bloomed again very I I I After many disappointments'' and* I and uncertain. As soon :as\tI,get budded , ,
knife
own"-militat.ed heavy or a corn cutter -a machete J
like my against itsaccep'tance is compelled to draw his wisdom the following year, with the astonishing I. constant failures I at last succeeded and grafted trees established; ,>Lshall >: :r I
be used to trim off the ;
under its own name. It is ; may
from the accumulated 1 ,
experienceof difference that the leaves were in and have all my seedling pecans
branches making pudding grafting a
and cut the main at
stem -
: r BO good that the substitution for the others. These experiences are tab better ( changed to the best varietiettof t buds,' ,
larger, and of good quality. He the ground. success, my (Igrove of 100 trees givingme
Cuban is unperceived, often by ex- utoted and published in convenient made his experiment in 1895 on a larger | worse and worse results in the etc., from. my own trees; {have encouragement 5

pert. Florida cigars in lese recent forms for students of all kinds. scale and gained excellent re- It will save time to gather into piles meantime. I I that our new cassava ?

times, held supremacy with a few con- Young lawyers with thc-r first of fifty at once and tie with anything will when the demand,, ,
case sults. These plants he exhibited at Five { I budded the tope of manufactory .
.. noiseeun; their mellow aroma soothed consult standard ifrw books convenient.. These bundles can now -". nitir ;
and learn in .un.for the
the '1Gllenium"'Exhibition' at' Budapest 1 14 yearstgo result is moat gratify- justifies put a ,
to slumber the phlegmatic burghers be placed in windrows, but on no account ; < '! ." .
just what has been done under similar the same year, where they created ing. full of nuts this year ufacture of camphor gum and oils/ ; :.._
of Holland and "tihe Hanse Towns. in large masses two bundles on '
;
clrcUIll8't1nces.. Medical students I interested In
ai a sensation among the experts.Mr. and promise\ fine crop. am as ever camphortree
r !But tihe Civil War put such a fabulous the beginning of their ioi-al I the ground and one on the top is safer I and shall ,
profev> Daroczi's; method is as follows: Since that ime I have cut off fromfive growing Increase my #
price cotton tiat. the culture of i than more; a little litter and an inch I I .
upon career have before tit; in convenientforms at least thousand .
un The root of the plants' must have a to, tent ees every year .(having acreage by one more
the weed fell Into neglect. or two'of sand -and be careful, not ..
as a guide the experiences of good strong bold in the ground.: After I found out bjr trial, that to be the camphor trees and possibly: many. .
In present times the fashion in cigars too mueh. Don't wholly exclude the ..
the world's greatest iciaiis end I lost of myrlast
;hy> the! crop has been harvested, the best way of getting quickly over with more. Notwithstanding .
is established, and Florida recovers surgeons; and so it is in all the so- air nor fear rain. .If not bundled it season's planting about one thousand .;
ancient She stems Should be cut d,wn "to the level I changing thd large trees) and have
her prestige slowly.
be
called "learned" professions. The 7 prod of "the ground then: with hoe or may 'destroyed by a slight freeze them the out of three thousand trees I am,
; changed by budding
: has furnished the raw material, erected es!', and covered only with sand. young i
tension of farming, however, has been small plow, cover the rows; of stems sprouts and will keep on this way un- not going to give up camphor growt.- ... .
: .. the factories in Tampa and Key I Do not cut in short pieces as it
rather ;backward along these lines, with eartlh; this provides a protection til all seedling trees are budded to ing for both protection and as an Industry
West them from taxationcertain my '
: exempted cannot be shipped in that form. tfes-
and only during the past few years against frost (especially In cold countries : I whatever variety I judge beat. in both of which I thoroughly
as a bonus, end thenpurdh.a&ed
seed but
sava to
years *
absurdly easy save, '
her and enjoyed have, any great strides been made. ). The following season the Now what have I been taught by my- believe. The extraordinary drouth we a
own cigars { be freeze
may destroyed by as light
The establishment of Agricultural I had last spring account almost entirely
plant starts into growth. 'Being hardened 16 years' experience and trials?
them as"e1ea.r Havanas. I
or by heating in the pile from too
Colleges and Experiment Stations nan they are !mot; so sensible to inclement for the failure of 110'large a per .;,
( the Havaneae First Never to plant a seedling if
Frequently only thing i large masses or too close covering. It .
led to "wonderful and cent of trees.
Improvements camphor
weather. At the: time when young
about them 'wa* "the' inimitable skill of I now looks as though cassava is soon I want quick and sure returns. Younger -
it IP now considered as necessary fora Frances A. W. Shimer.
the .Habanero escojedore, and he was others are being transplanted, these j j to become a crop of great importancein people may and will plant fine t
young man who expects to follow
will,have mature leaves.In .
paying a weekly levy upon his American Florida. D. R. Pilsbry. nuts with the possibility of getting
to tie: I i '
farming receive a training in Spread of the Velvet Bean.
protected wages (sometimes as connection with the above mentioned may be some better nuts.

high as $8 a day) as a contribution In special schools, of agriculture, as for I discovery, 3Ir. Daroczi has i I' Second-Not to plant the nut, where During the past year the writer introduced -

support of an insurrection which was the young doctor or lawyer to go i made another one-namely, that the Seedless! Fruits. I you want the tree to grow; If .trans1 ,this little wonder, the velvet wr

j doing Its best "to destroy what tobacco through the schools of m :1il'.ne and tobacco plant can be propagated by It is a little curious how old stories 1 planted two or three times so much bean In almost every civilized coon \

z fields there were left In Cuba! i! jurisprudence. layers. If a layer is plucked from the re-appear; a surprising account oft 1 the better. try on the globe, and a crop from the A

,The average Florida cigar also contains t Another gratifying evidence of the plant, although without roots, yet t how the farmer raised melons without The transplanted trees in my grove seed sent has been grown the present --

less nicotine-about 3.04 percent elevation of the profession of farming will grow If put into' the soil. The ad- seed comes to the surface and floats 1 give fair crops every year those not season,. but it seems to be a stranger .,:-

} -than the Cuban, and it is the is the tendency of those who follow vantage in such propagation is that I around every few 'years. I'm an old- transplanted are mostly very poor_and to alL No one, *o far as heard from* J :

d nicotine which is the true poison, ft, to "specialize. This is as it the layer plant' will resist the ravages ish man, and I remember that identi- shy bearers, some even have no* claims to know anything about ,it, __. .

+ causing tremor and parpatstlon when should 'be. The range of farming is of insects far better than young cal story as printed years ago and 1 shown a sign of a nut yet and 16 yean: I The celebrated Kew gardens London.,!! (---

smelting is carried to excess. The vola- broad, it borers many special lines, plants. Layer will also yield early here it is again, but In all these years 1 old next spring. I grew it as a curiosity. Its vigorous, "

,' tile principle which may be called the and the man who concentrates-thus and yet vigorous plant It is desirable no one ever comes to the front witha 1 The reason there is so much talk i growth and wealth of foliage and vine\' .... a'

bouquet or aroma is stronger in the giving his tim"e and labor to a particular that growers should make experiments seedless melon <'I about not cutting the tap root is a attracted wide attention. Threethous { v
branch makes the best t
Havana; while the detestable bitter| -usually of both these discoveries. I That there are seedless fruits is i simple one, the advocates of this theory and people grew H in, England the:

extract or resin characteristic of cav- ; showing. This fact is evidently recognized myself 'tried, them, and waa satisfied true; the banana is one, so is the s are either selling fancy nuts to present season. Every state In the 1 F

i endUh' pigtail and coarse shag la not i by 'the experiment stationsbbecause with the results. On my plantation on pineapple and the' reason Is that na- plant or never planted nut or trees. American Union Is also putting,it to I '

? conspicuous In either. | no one of these institution the King River, I have left four acres ture has so well provided for their Will grafted or budded trees bear the test. But from late planting early -

In a fair candid comparison the 1 attempt to deal with all the problems with tie' plants, and next year eyyieMe'd multiplication by suckers that seedsare sooner? Most of my four year old frosts and other causes, the seed Is $.
i which .confront the farmer.
Florida cigar cannot be held to pos-1 I'I general leaves and specially on two 1ee lesa. ,'; root grafts are bearing a few nuts not maturing in, all sections of ,our, "
We see, for example, one station directing I have althoughI .
acres beaU'tifullC1"OpI. b"
budson country but a* a successful feed forage
two and three
this year ,
Seedless butthey my
ess either the rankness of the Cuban 1 its main efforts towards im- pears are common, year "
have not covered the cut stock with
old trees are all bearing and mak- and fertilizing: -'crop" it has. nothing _- ,
maduroor the piquancy of the Colorado are so in obedience to another
| provementa ts in dairying matters. In soil. That the stock ""has not been de-
; but to the calm, intellectual' another, various tests with fruits and natural law, that excessively high culture ing a vigorous growth. but praise from every quarter;, fi.
stroyed during the cold season I attribute
I here in row I can and condemnation' from none
smoker who seeks a rich consolatory ,' vegetable absorb the attention of the to the fact Chat'the: : 'winter is tends to lessen reproduction. Right nursery -1: '
and soothing, rather than a nerve While another wild or natural pear will be found show nuts on last August bud Our government at Washington, '. ,
experts. may concern 'here in of '
not
so severe as some parts
*
stimulating whiff, there is something: II itself with the Important problem of Europe and America. well supplied with seeds<< while most 'i It seems to impart new life ito the recognizing its great ,value to the|* ?

exquisHely. fine and smooth in the plant feeding. This is one of the most of ,the finest sorts, long propagatedfrom trees, to bud and graft them. country bought a carload of seed for s .F. .,

cigar made ,of the hammock-grown serious questions which confronts .ae !Anyhow the idea deserves to be experimented buds only and subjected to the i! Trees should be planted at least 40 general distribution from.- the 'wrHex'
.
Florida leaf. We ere aware however farmer today, how to feed his crops upon a large ecaleNand, ; so most artificial conditions have none to 50 feet apart, even :in poor ground last July. *)1 \r ,.
I assist the solution for certain of the
that: the fl6UOntLAmerica.n taste Inclines I so as to get the greatest returns from and often only a rudimentary core. they need sunshine and air to give full This: seed is marvelously prOMO In i'\' '

to the Havana just es it does ''to< the smallest investment. Prices of ag- question. The discovery is really It is highly probable that seeds maybe : crops. every way. An average acre will produce I'

the! sparkling effervescent champagne I I j I ri ulnral products are low margins epoch-making in its character, because eliminated from other fruits in the They will do well in low ground, thirty or more bushels of seed* !i' .:? i

often Injuriously stoved and "doctor- j I I between\ the profit and loss are almost I and delicate it touches and the most Important operation same way. I (they are swamp trees) as a certain, or to cure forage ass dry feed will:!. 4

ed" with veilleeseur and spirit of potatoes indiscernible, and it requires no small I expensive There is an admirable field open to amount of moisture is necessary, but easily yield four tons, and tts foHacel" :

fa preference to the deep, still ', amount of ability to put the balance namely, transplanting which so the experimenter in the guava as well the ground should be'drained so the and vine at its best during growth ,.'- '.a

and far richer wines of Hockhelm and on the right side. of the ledger. mudh depends as regards quality' and aa the native persimmon. The Japan t young trees won't be drowned.I will cover the ground solidly up to tour ..
I this
.- Johannhberg.;>> I' An institution established about I presents early maturity.to the: What grower advantages I No sowing, persimmon has long been one of them I Grafts and buds should begin bearing ,- armpits. .All stock eat the green 1..t+ :' '.

The Florida probably ranks next to three years ago':, to ,work out import- no hot-beds, no transplanting, and yet at, important fruit of its native in four or five years and give good or cured vine or the dry bean with .

the Havana with the great American ]! ant problems in plant-feeding and I early plants and ,strong stems In the home, and with the painstaking meth- t crops at 10 years old, and keep on improving greediness In habit the bean is a .

public; but there are veteran smoken which is now becoming well known second : od"of that most patient race has been for an indefinite time. natural climber and if you give( it,{'. '

whose preference Is for a still, mUdercigar i throughout the country, is the Ex- year. brought to its highest point of excellence It Is no use to expect heavy crops something to "run up" it will, climb..#*: \V

than the Florida; having less 1 t periment1 Farm of the North Carolina j I I
,, nicotine and less ammonia but more i;I State;Horticultural Society at Southern i :Mr. A. J. Bondurant, the government : seedless. get fruit. ing at short Intervals, all the way ap k,

, of the volatile principle with an em- Pines,.North Carolina. The land j[t expert who has already heard of .tibia In its wild state there Is no doubt I know of trees that yield from fourto affording novel and most wonderful. ..:: .

- ,t yreumatlc odor, giving the rich sat-,I upon which the Farm is located is J I I ,from America,and' that in ;America the it had an abundance of seed else how six barrels of nuts nearly every sight to look upon. '.

: isfactory aroma which can be detected I ideal for.experimental. work tt is of j' new metlhods have been taken up with survive? but It has by man's agency year, though these are single and Im- This bean has become a,staple crop. t "

- .; by the practiced nostrils quite,!-a light sandy nature very uniform In enthusiasm. He ''thinks they win show ,been deprived of them. mense trees, in orchard they should with us here In Florida, It is grown ,.
within the circular puff of smoke as It and level. There good practical result if carried out in fertilizer '
quite a ,
I composition ; I It Is hard'to realize that all of our average one barrel at '12 or 15 years our orange groves as :
floats upward. This aroma we can i are,two'divisions, ,one devoted: to exf scientifically. He advised growers to. .'cultivated fruits with their many variations with good care. and where It Is used nothing else is!! ,

compare to,nothing else so well as to perixnents with fruits and the otherto experiment as the: ootiditioas here color size sweetness be needed. A* an npbuikler: of the, 'aollt,:.. Kit
of -
shape But one thing should always
the delicious perfume of roasting cof vegetables. The plots are laid off' are, favorable for It, and he himself I I flavor from the is simply match1e8L-1J:. A. Wilson J
have descended cultivation and
kept in mind, good ,1
fee. intends 'to do so next season and for .,
- with mathematical and the in ; "
Exchange.'DINNER -
accuracy
seedy. sour form. Instance the apple, fertilizing is as necessary. ,to thetreeas ;
Possibility of Cuban Annexation. three recognized essential ingredientsof hat purpose he has kept *ome plant ... 'Ii'L _:
all cultivated apples will '..? :
nearly our food to man; slipshod ways : $
Since a prospect luis arisen of the annexation plant,food, phosphoric acid, potash[ for next year. The experiment Is '- #
sprung from the wild apple or crab never make success with pecan cul- TO HIGH: OFFXCCBAIfi. r .
of Cuba or at least, of American and .nitrogen,. are applied in various, -worthwhile: trying as H does not require of southern Europe a fruit a shade ...

domination over It the question < combinations and forms so as to afford -' any large outlay, only a little of ture. ,. The Gridiron Club gave a- moM :;m '

/has, presented Itself whether the I farmers and fruit growers an op- labor and close attention, even If It better than the crab apple more acrid In planting the first requisite to notable dinner entertaining! dJstfa<| ;.

: promising infant Industry of wrapper portnnityto become thoroughly familiar does not bring additional owledg.e' northern states, being seedy consider is the vigor, bearing and gtrished guests from he gutted '.

'r leaf ultne"In'" Florida, South Georgia with their action. The detailed I so teaching the grower the possibility and not larger than a good sized marble keeping and eating qualities of nut States Europe and older parts of,the.l] 'P

;' and Texas Is not endangered. Is tobacco work of this Institution is under the of finding out something new. I shall ' trees to be planted. I have visited world. In the company there were* : } ) ;

eo, little adapte has it so weak supervision of trained experts. :Regular be pleased to hear the results of ex- I'A few of the hundreds of varietiesof nearly all the different varieties worth the Pretsfdeot, Voce-iPresidedt, mem-' ;. '

.4 a hold upon, the natural conditions ofoIthe annual.reports giving an accountof perlments in,
Gulf coast, that. the culture.of it I what has .been. done ,during the culture. I myself intend ""to bring all apple or crab.a fruit beautifulto all their points and have come Coats' Bfco, the Pretoder at Canada, thejoirit \_

depends on the caprice of politicalhistory rear are issued and distributed amongfanners. possible data ,before the. growers, as I the eye possible to eat, but too to the following conclusions: high American-Oapaaian commission -

t .:/ of the Gem of the Antilles?, i The Supervising Committee 1 am In personal communication with highly 8 \vored. However. this race Both Russell as well as Pabst, I General, Garcia, ';the mow : '

Cuba Grows FUlers. Cuba, as ((11-of, Jhe Farm also issue bulletins Mr., Daroczi. of apples is hardly seen in market so p'ant altogether for myself for profit. >' prominent of k ers of the attny a l..Jn ..

:' as Sumatra, is very much. onesidedas t topjfcs ,o.., ntereat to farmers, and givehem Another'experiment is being made far south. Columbian and Vandeman because .vy, Senators and Bapreaeoltafttan:*.', .

,-a tobacco-growing regkpgttCuba # ,tottll. who are: Interested. The In Florida. U. 8. 'A, where, 200 acres 1 I The field is a grand one, and the they are the' largest nuts grown, but land many other dMftiguished mea. 'd|:'

cannot make a perfect Meal djjmr out writer recently received n set of these, of. tobacco have been shaded with ,man who. produces a seedless guava thy bearers. More than 160 people were assetaMed? '"#'

f:._ t of her own product,. neither 'can Su- ,books.from .the Superintendent of the._.kta,. after: the, 'fashion of a huge" will be a benefactor of his race. The., others 'do not want, having in the beautifully decorated dicing. *

matra.: tetra: tobacco owes Hs''j Experimental, JFarra'? .at' ,Southerna. I bush,:house. On another estate the D. R. Pilabry.l I ao much better nuts"in the former ra- hall of the.Arlington hotel. /:l.

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MORE VESSELS ABETVE AT NEWPORT
of Africa says be saw a whole on other occasions finger glasses set in tA steam launch, which wild accommodate packers; are potting up the fault this NEWS. which left Baltimore November 16th,

the steamer old fashioned silver wine' holders are twenty passengers and has a week from the groves of S. 8. (Lamb 'with 1,787 'tons of coal for Portland -
swimming out to '
t Several vessels which suffered moreor
.
1 kt they swam renomteld' sec used. speed of twelve miles an hour, is to and wry Brothers. These are two Me., bad foundered In the gale off
iug as less severely from the receWt storm
(hand "stovepipe" bats in all the ... I ,' be put 1 in commission at once between of the largest crops near Palmetto, arrived at Newport News Va. Among Highland Light on tihe Massachusettscoast

Puirta Gorda and win turn out between and that all lost.
of the white tissue paper to (Pale primrose and canary yeltaw are r iMyakka landing, and together ihem is the Atlantic Transportation were

out for sale. amongst fashionable Iota in winter there to connect with stage line toEnglewood 6,000 and 8,000 boxes Palmetto News.J.
they are shipped Ii Dnos Soule which
Company's barge, '
COL. HRVAN IN SAVANOJAH
eremull' toilette' and when( combined I. arAl Grove OTty. E. Pepper has two acres of velvet
--- While bird eat the band" for had! been repented as lost with "d on Col. W. J. Bryan has returned to
with green, velvet and riarrow sable I hunting yesterday ming beans that growthand
Jewels to be more popular than board. The Senile was towed in this
are
r' :Savannah Ga, to rejoin Us .
,
bands the effect is most artistic. The ; in the vicinity of the old Donaldson prodw'Uvemess. He presented us regiment.
Y this season. We are to atfternoon by the British tramp Elton. .:
ever coming His furlough does not until the
expire
G. E. Noblal vine stem that
new pink and wild rose shades are place came across an with one measures
: have rings on our fingers and chains very pretty, and among the odd dyes'| alligator (five feet in length, which he twelve inches and contains twentyonewell The British tfteamer' Gladiolus 15th, but his hearUi being fully re
1
on our toes in itfce greatest profusion .which left 'Amolio Sicily, on October covered hisdtfiy'fioreturn. *
he felt it to be _
His since
is a striking shade of opadeaoetntorange. shot and Wiled The reptile was basking developed pods cow,
while to be esseulial to the 30th for New York, arrived here this
are
pearls All tints of white* wfllbe in!I i in the sun and before he was dispatched being turned into the patch, has A number of promiaeut poixtKfcl ,
winter The enthusiasts wilt atftennooo. She had a thrilling -
costume. vogue ifrom cream and ivory to pure! almost succeeded in maldng a doubled in quantity of milk.-tLees- experience leaders, among them ex-Congre s-
"* wear two rows of These fastened in l during the storm. All Wednesday TWne and
man Thomas
snow and lily white, apd all shades'' meal elf Air NoUUt's dog.Tarpon burg Commercial. Patterson of
front of their hair, with a Louis Seize morning the sea hag o high that Denver, have been in conference with :
of heliotrope from nibbon velvet. dear her nunfaers.The '
went
bow of black waves over CoL
Bryan the
purple to the faintest pinkish mauve Mr. J. R Williams, of Live Oak, is man of Tampa has been cleatedsecretary during week 1\.
crew say that if the vessel's
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called-orchid. the possessor of two hogs of which he and treasurer of the ISaivana
', There is an e&iution'tatirng place batches 'haid not beet battened down CONG-RESS CONVENES.
'
. is very proud and claims them to be Chamber of Commerce. The chamber
in language that ie as marked as hat t&got and her tarpatdinB had udt attl The curtain will ring Monday at '
A the largest porkers in the county. One last and he up
"' anarchist is now onebelieves new invention of great importance was organized Week as been she would have foundered.
2 in oaths,.. An I, new, (boon upon the closing session of the ,
af six fee
; them measures from tip 01
four
well vice-presiderits were
has been as
millionaires just patented by a :
a who in making
Fifty-fifth Congress. The war and the
German chemist Julius Noroen of Al- the nose to the foot of the tail Compete elected. G. Laiwton Child. the iEarana .
pay taxes in. proportion to Uheirwealth. ''ACTOHE HEARD! FBOtM. fruits of the American victory .

A repudiator is now one who' detJhoven, Germany. He baa d- judges say they will each weigh banker, and Samuel Jarvis vice- 'An engine driver, earned 'Delke bas .Iin their wake many problems which carry _
400 when dressed.
back Inmoney ed in hardening alcohol until it 'becomes pounds president of the North American( I .
believe* in paying "the debts wrrttten to the SwedJBh NorwegianMinister the national legislators must solve. f
Beans ere selling all the way from Trust Co. are two of the -pre
of,the.same value as When they a sbfid mass. This will Insure at St. Petersburg a letter hi 'But though many questions press H 5
may
$1.25 to $2.25 basket to
per according selected The others
r j (were created.--Columbus. Pre t. a very much greater popularity' for The dents already. which be says that he found in the vicinity for solution the brief spafce covered *
'11.t the employment of aVcdhefl. It now quality. shipments are gradually are a Cuban banker and a Spaniard of the Ural Mountains a bottleContaining
this
"
by session which expires by limitation -, '
t 'There are o "piofessionGl jurors'in comes in email cylindrical pieces increasing. Lettuce is now bringin who is president of one of the (European two papers one of which on March 4th precmleatbe s

:_ ,..' '"Mexico. Nine of a man's peers try packed in patent t&n boxes, that can $1.25 to $2.00, with shipments Increasing . steamship hues plying out from bore the following message written in probability of much being* aocompQ&h-
; verdict. U dally. It is still early for the lettuce Havana. Mr. Canova went to Havana
bim and a majority' Is a be trsed for cooking, lighting, heating French: ed beyond the of the regular
passage
.. the nine are unanimous, there is no and the various .w money budgets, legislation for the
.
will increase with 'the next felw
trppeaL To serve on a Jury one must The solidified alcohol burns withouta weeks.price Gainesville Sun. real estate business. Ural Mountains. A tDRE." increase of they regular army, whichthe .

have a diploma In law, medicine 0'1' wick can be blown out after use, ''Returns received in Gainesville show The other paper, inscribed in Russian administration deems to
Under H. T. ''Butler's necessary
some other profession, or an income and 'then hardens again within a min management, that lettuce baa gone up a few points was as follows: meet the obligations imposed upon r;
'the at ''N has
ot $100 a month, or he must be a memG ute. The danger of explosion is absolutely Haycock grove gee during the past few days and is now "Give his paper to the Consul. at the country by the result otf the war; '

J* bW of'i faintly whose head has am in- done away with, and the neal yielded a handsome profit this season. setting for from $1.50 to $2.30. It is, the police." and probably the enactment of a law
boxes of haTe. \
fcge ocahe of $2,000 a year. little tin package, with its stick of alcohol Ninety tangerines been said that the market is cleared up ofnew to give a permanent territorial

s . is always ready nor use in the shipped to date. lire returns on over rill Northern productions, and the BEEN BOBBING THE MAILS.' to.he Hawaiian Island goernannt j
dozen boxes sixteen dol-
< x Several yean ago a large sum ctfmoney Idteheir-or bedroom, on the toilet ta- a fancy were tOOk will command good prices.Mr. Robert Jones cMored porter at the I J
7ct., lars box. The rest five dol- .
a brought
d sent to Cblna from England ble or under the rnflk'pot, dn the road arrested . .
was lars box. He is still Dock Knight brought from L Union Station in Macon, was BARNES ASKS 'DAMAGES. : -

tn TeBef of an ppaJJSng famine. ar in the field( as a night lamp, or sfrnmee a Valley Gazette.L. .ahJppln/g.-Kia- his Venice farm last week a nice k*, by PoatofBce Inspectors Wardle and Thurlow Weed Barnes has broughtsuit 1

M But T>r. Wenyon of the Wesleyan mis- going upstairs at night. H. EUfexra the leading sheep of pecan nuts from a fine tree crowintc 6 Harry and a decoy or teat letter, containing , in the Supreme Court of New a'v

sum, tiEscoverea in Sbangtung a commemorative 'I T owner robe an on his place fie has but few trees, $1.75, was found on Ms person. York against the Amerfca-China Development i i
on range suggests excellent
; ( column erected by the Jones a first denied his guttt but later Co. for t
thkut flourishing finely $1,000,000 for Her*
Franked and Stale Seeds. plan for the deteotion: of cattle but says they are
f ", gioverntment authority, on -which this made a dull confession and said vices in '
railroad
bis oldest BItten obtaimng conceaelaa* ,
He purchased his supply of early stealing. He proposes that ,the stockmen having begun bearing
ftrfttth coTrtrfbution was calmly set I that he had been robbing ,the mails from
and yeas of age. The( lot sent to the the imperial Chinese Govern 11 ,
appoint trustworthy
cabbage seed from an "old reliable"Northern competent
: 'down as 'tribute money.-\Peoa 'tor the past two months. He was seato -
r Journal-News office fine meat through the Chinese Minister at
as .
we
as
were .t
( ) seed house. When he sow- cattle inspectors alt the principal / . .
; Gazette.I ate and take this method of : jail in detauDt df $500 toad. Washington. \ ;l i
shipping Tampa Punta Got ever : we ,
4 ed it, for the sake of variety, he sowed ports 9r.,
thanking Mr. Knight for remembering Jones is the second porter arrested These coriceasions are wo the la net ;
of Punta Bassa, etc., to examine all ;
a packet Congressional gift orse
Miss J. Evan who has for robbing he meals at the depdt :'
Margaret marks and brandls.-'Kissimmee Valley u 6.Manatee( JournaL profits at least $12,000,000 to the edm-I, )
a seed not it in the mouth in i
( looking )
'
z : Just been elected e member of the within the past three montths. He had lazy,. and may be worth $24,000,000. ;
|
the bed. Of the "old reliable" Gazette. Col. J. E. Tate t
same a leading capitalist:
from the
v. \ American board being the first woman stolen checks and drafts They are the most mina'ble grantaj !:
c w . seed less than 25 per cent germinated. I J. H. P. Bell has among a lot of 'and explorer of Baltimore, who is Bank '"
to be so honored is principal of mail of the American National ever made by the Obinese Govemmeoitj a '
The seeds like relics a interesting book. It is a a short in Tampa eas a
Congressional grew very making stay ,
,. Carleton College, 'Mtaneeota, and baa to the amount of $7,000, and It is said to l foiKgn oapitaEsfta, and the terms) f
i i'been! weeds and weeds they proved to be! large note book in iwhlch he has recorded welcome visitor at the Tribune office has stolen
president of tlhe Congtregottoaal that the amount of cash he are more favorable than the conces-l t.on.
all the snake stories related to He with him two
woman'* board of domestic mtestansTor Florida makes immense use of yesterday. brought wilt figure up a large amount. s obtained In recent yean by !I 'a

fifteen 'yean. She. .has studied alt seeds and is a battleground for the him for several years. There are many very handsome presents; the one, a France Belgium England or Busaia."
: v
'. Oxford t Berlin and Heidelberg.i seedsmen. The gift seed curse af other "whoppers" among }them, and the old beautiful souvenir apoon that hebought''in RAILWAY WiBECK. t S

:states is outdone,here by the story of the hoop snake which attacked Africa( and presented to the
i pest The elegant Sunset limited, transcontinental NO EXTENSION PERMITTED. :
a man and itself by striking a editorV w It is laid with pearls and
tree
convenient' 'present for an invalid of the seed commission house agents. .train of the Southern Pacific Information has been imparted to

t .o.F' bed '''bag. ,It may be made in They take orders from the farmers appears in
r'; various' wtays says Season but a prdUtjjr themselves for a fraction of a,dollar! -Gainesville Sun. unique in de Tgn The other was a west of Jennings Lfe* on what is that the House of Representatives at j

': I's4s. design is tnWeart shape; it is made Annually there is a loss of tens of Seven years ago at Conway near watch charm made from the lava that known as Grand Marias. The" trainleft Bogota, Columbia has rejected the petition

d .r y of Woe duck, bound wfth !'white 'tape: thousands of dollars to the truck Orlando, Col. 3) G. Cary"Elwea planted flowed from the mouth of the volcanoVesuvius.
.a ;i There1 a small pocket at the potriidf growers of Florida 'resulting from defective fourteen pecan 'trees then five or six. It was presented to the city Jennings almost on time. The train for six yean the time for coint i t

t. The beart'for the watch and two seed. Time was when it did feet high. Now they are all but two. editor. They are both handsome, was running sixty miles ea hour'at I pleting the consJtltidtion- the caoaL. :

:'other .pockets above ,H' for handkerchief not matter greatly whether the farmer bearing nuts and some of Hoe trees highly appreciated and will be cherished the time of.the accident.' It is Impossible The company still has six years in

are a foot in diameter four or five feet as rare : Tampa Tri tell the of the' '
or whatever tM recSpi *' prefers started Ids seedbeds a week or two to exact cause w'hid1,1to carry on the work.

'toput x -' thereto.The, ba3g.la bong byi earlier or later; Florida had the monopoly above the ground. But( for the scarcity bune. wreck, but it is amrmSaed that ear axle I\

i ,.;'Tibbon from the headboard. Such a of'the markets for weeks any- of moisture during the summer vSeveral of E. J.'lArralpIan'a sponging on locomotive' gave '"). The pony TREATY WILL SOON BE SIGNED. i _

'4tog might .be made lttd'far others how. But ;today: all that is changed. be would now have had a heavy crop vessels have returned to Key West trucks left the rails and ran 300 feet The United States and Spanish r I

4.. .than tenflidm. Forty states and islands compete fcf of pecans.-Orlando Reporter.The from the Bock Island fiponge grounds, on the 'ties. The engineer revearseld his peace commission held prorate sessions. 1

;' . the early northern markets and each other day a party.from Maine and they report a broken trip. Not engine but ea old not stop the train .. Afterward represeritatrrea of "

4h If there is one"thing more than another one has its turn when it reaches its composed 'mostly of young people ladles only Mr. Arraprans vessels but those whMh 'iwas under TuB speed. The en- both bodies predicted confidently' that> i '

r that annoys careful housekeep, zenith, and ,then passes into decline. and gentlemen passed through of other large owners among hem! gthe finally krft the tradk entirety, and the treaty would be signed within a 1

'ers'It is ib hare a man ot toattmJy read. When the 'clock'climate strikes the Washington tor Florida. The party Joha Lowe Jr., end .Mayor George plunged down an embankment, the week unless unfoneen compticafions .

'infe',Wa newspaper, or, worse yet, i idfle hour bach competitor must step did not stop over la 'Ms city only just 'Bar !nm, win be heavy losers by time forward end dropping, and the engine arise. j..

,.wnfle' .be' la sweeping, 'toys Oood promp y forward, with its offerings long enough to 'make the proper rail- blade condition of the water at the turning completely over, where It li The American commissioners say k

(H6tUekee' lng. He ges dusty If nothIng or else its play is,passed." The Tuck- road connections. They are on a sponge grounds. 'It is beflieved' that on its left side half submerged in water there is no foundation for the reports < ',

'. : worse1'happens,:,and then she has less boggier who planted second-rate pleasure trip, arid it is understood win the excessive rains pouring into the and mud. It was miraculous that circulated in the United States and '.,

; 4'brn it :ils'clothes, for Hhat kind of a seed because it 'was cheap or handy go first to .ptayltoma$ after which they Gulf from the Everglades is the cause there was no loss of fffe.iBAIBGE cabled back here thbt President McKhiley -

'.:man would!'nevario iw he was dusty and lost two weeks because it did not will visit other parts of the state. of Whe 'trouble, the waters becoming baa forwarded to the American : ,

,zr or mink ijj xrosa hfanaelf U he is not germinate,is left in the vocation. They will remain for some weeks durIng (dyed .by the decayed matter over 9AV lD. eommlssionen to insist unyiek&igly

'Bfiaenable .to. reason'JOT coaxing, then .The' climate-,of Florida is_a tryingone the winter month's. which%! passes in its rush to he Gulf. The barge Ocean Belle, which was, a coaling base in the Garo&nes,

t V. y 'one has io Intent an eseose to get bim for seeds; time works a more rapid Fire played sad"havoc with the property Be that a* it may, not one of the Abandoned NVTveniber 27th in a sinking and that the Spaniards are endeavoring '0 j-jupoa

% ,Q the,roam. deterioration than in most other of ,J., W. MnlHkin at Fort Lauderdale sponge vessels recently engaged in the I condition ten m51 s \- of Win- to renew their opposition to a cession .

I countries. The; aaine nourishing humidity last week. 'Hie ,house tools business has paid anything like expenses -. ter Quarter Shoal near PhlladeJphma, of the,Phi ipplaes. : iI
'
furniture and almost alll has been towed into the Delewarebremkwater' Both commissibns recognize hat! the \ ,
.effects
Gluttony has ha viotima hardly less and nitrogenous richness of: personal t .

:mimerom than other'. To orereaty the atmosphere which promote luxuriant were destroyed. The place had S C. ,Cownes, a colored :eats i by the tog North America.insult )aftter question: settled. f
'
When the steamer Orion left thee
: to'overburden the digestive orgcvnax growth in plants tend Ho corrupt Jusft been cleared for quite a man at 209 Central avenue is th : ,
Ocean Belle anchor tt
at Sunday rt
<6 such an,.extent,;thai;ttiwiU be 1mpoaaible the.envelope and molder the ger n. tance round atwuft' and there -was no owner of a pair of dogs thai t i on BOILERS EXPLODE. '

: ,for,Chetp to perform their du-, The embryct>S tloses, ,.its germinating sign of fire ,anywhere, so the supposition , are a natural curiosity.young. The two dogs was thought that she wonSd be' a total Six members of the crew of the Mallory '

.
''rr lam.-;properly; ''Deleterious products power and,the shell its brilliant gloss is that the nre was occasioned by can boast of only'tfour legs betttweenithem. lases Line steamship Alamo were killed
climates some careless camper or was a deliberate ' by the bursting of a steam pipe while 1
than In lessmUmalativ4.to '
are created, and heaftth' la flnaBy de more quickly : and, all :four 'being,hind legs a1
' ; ; stroyed. A prominent judge used to vegetation. Shelf-worn case of D.-Wei Palm Beach that;, both sets of'Iatar1egs failed to BTRMINGtHlAiM' MILLS PAIL the vessel lay at her pier in East EJver :

.seeds Tropical Sun.Strawberries. The Bimrfnghom Boiling Mill Company N. Y. '
d.7 mdlm'ntenrtdig'Gbeir.gtave.' with or case-dried are destitute of
-
in sa appearance>rce at the
put beginning
i : filed deed of The The Alamo has only recently been ,
weir teeth-arid Him ew On the other uaefuhi era. And.because of this same hare made their of'their earthly career, and make out a assignment..
> } ajppearanbe ,
= 'fcanU,:there are those,.woo eat: boo DUlie. .vegetative, I fore, preponderating over ,hi Orlando in limited quantities 7 wonderfully :well with the single pair ataeigwrnent was made ito John M. discharged from transport service for
a Barr Jr., a director of the 'the Government and is trees fromRoach's
.J AH, streme ere erfls that, experience the fructifying. force,in Florida;plant and from DOW unttil'Aprtl or May pure vouchsafed them. They are company
and Thomas Ward the ground man- yard, where she received a
t should gtwero.a. life, most seeds zipenedjn,this State- they win increase in yield. It has always playful and active getting about with
ager. The Babittties are estimated ait thorough'overhauling, includiirg, tt Is.
r not aU-e.re'leu trustworthy reproduction been the boast that its citizens strange bounds and capers resting a
'
No creditors said new steam pipes and boilers. She
$300,000. are preferred.The ,
-1'' '''If.=a.child in w1t' does not and less potent of development '. ,could !" cave fret strawberries portion of their .weight on the 'fcaftf
BSrmiogUaim Rolling Mill is one was scheduled! to sail at 1:30 P. M.
'than
attend school on a particular dey,"flbeparetft seeds grown in climatesmore for their Christmas dinners but developed shoulder joints when movIng -
of the largest Industries in this d&atrict Friday for Galveston via Key West'
gets notice from.the {nubOdc rugged and, soils, more tonicwhh this year some Thanksgiving- teats in ,or wt rest. The WDer''ftJrT proudof detained '
and ha assignment waswhdtty but was, in order to put on
2 totborhyflhat ,he' 1* fined eo many minerals. The seed is the life this-vicinity were topped off with thttt his two-legged canines and has refused
unexpected by the pubEc. The presi- board the usual loan of freight
4 franca. The second day the 'fine is in If the envelope is fresh "arid,glisteningwitii'essdtial'oit luscious small fruit Not many localities various:offers to part with the
dent of the cOmpany, J. G. Caldwell! She carried thirty passengers. At the
creased and the!third day the amount bard, plump,heavy can furnish strawberries fresh unique anhnals.Tampa Tribune.
himself made a personal a&tagnmenlt time df the accident' about 7 o'clock;
beloo nea. a aerioua',.one.' In case of bithe hand and there is'in It the r tor- from the garden on Thanksgiving' c :
An agent who has been through the in Louisville Ky. abbot ten days ago, the ship had calf off her fines and the .
eie'ktme.a, the pupil ,i* excused, but It ea-upt of:a, F g its'dlhate'tbegerm : .Dr.---odanoo Sentinel. \
: southern portion: of the state buying and this Tact may have hastened the tug boat Preside had her line taut I'

:' : t :there be any uspidon,ol slumming a it wi1f'will grasp the rsoil strongly' and For whiz of:tangerine oranges shipped oranges says that, 'the crop'Ss much rolling mflVs creditors to press$t. The to assist the tAlatoo into tnJdstream. :
r triumph orer'aai 41'and frost '
dodtor sent. >
-1 is If the cncpickm Washington
proves '' to two weeks ago, I larger than expected and the *rurt the "quick" assets are $300,000 with corresponding (Her engines had made but : t to.bej.weU.toudded 43ie is required and drouth, and produce a ;crop that ,
,. parent Dr. !
M. M. of
Hampton Leeaburg,
". ( re finest BnJce the freeze+ of 1894-5. The liabilities of 275000. The three revolutions when the explosion ;
r .4' to tie colt the doctor's will "beat the 'railroads Hen who calved
pay Oi $8.00 net A box of '
fruit
grape demand North is g mJ'Sri 50 a box company went heavily into debt fouror came.
F-i. rancid _seeds 'therear
plant
fmt bringing up and
t .'fit, . common oranges netted him 650. is 1ize'd'at many groves,which is five yean ajgo to boy machinery.
of the :
: .'-"r "IT . procession'wkh'their The Live Oak Manufacturing Co has equal to'$3.50 after boxed and shipped. S'l1A.RS'Aim' 8'I'1R HOi Jr'DD.

r ""1 n 'inarriage "a 'JewWh 'gtri 'gain dried herbs, re'irT apt to complain placed two large new boilers in Its -said that
; The ageWt notwithatlandSng GATE CTTY WEAfflHERS TSBSTORM. At noon SaJtwrtfay, the American 4-
,.{ : thlng.1 (Att'a'wife Ae holds a po- of 'extortionate chargea. I plant the past two weeks.( With the the''high price (he could sell twice as forces' having previously taken charge -

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.t. . It on supeiior Jto that of moat aH wo- We.ouiht.to have, as,in Europe official Increased power the boilers give thecompany many Florida oranges as California or The Ocean Steamrihip Company's of 'Sanbfci SplrSlns and Trinidad, in .

;.'" 'mea on earth,'for'in 4ne! 'household her .seed. control 'stations to. subject it is'In:a position to meet alii of foreign fruit., Tie mere same of a steamer Gate City, Captain+ Gctagtes' Santa Clara Province, the Stars and s" ',,".

; ; 'word!;iaawr'&W,she' b all seeds io frigid/delta tor'genuineness . possfble demands tlhat may be made Florida'orange," he said, "is a big'help from Boston passed in Tybee' safely.. Stripes, were officially and* with impressive

.xeterVdcearid respect. 'TJne oH Jeieb purity, ,weight'' and germination.Not upon it and has'no' superior in equipment to'Its sale." Tampa 'seems to be the The Gate City had a rough time ceremonies hoisted over the I:

: "law'.most sternly enjoin*;thart'in only 'does this place' seed in the state in its line of business. for '
.
poor shipping point (he.fruit this win she struck the blizzard on city halls and the military and Government ,

.a; ctoosing' "'aiwtfeHbe eharacteiisUcv of where 'it .belongs;"but it prevents the ,. .- fiowannee Democrat.. ter, as boats bring it here from the night. ,She .was:'badly tarried by.r.terl and dther pabEe 'buildings in C ,

:. ._, .. li*;famUy Boall be most'caref n j-conlBercde"for wide distribution of'noxIona'atuff In.grassR'androthei'seeals. WhIle ,the 'train'for Gainesville was surrounding country principally Man-- wave, and shows the effects hese cites 1

:" Via",3 ) i. woman *generaHy re-' But we can :aifing fcr No. 0 at the,depot in !-f'! a e'Lee' drontiea, :arid it '& reshipped storm! She was compeDed to honor ,.t.; \
'
: ;iTODle8"h engine ew op engineer, by ralL Thousands df boxes Ubirttr boors off Vineyard Haven to escape'the TO WEED A PIifNO S.

"f! Ibis, .:oM/tafer+ .:kUb.|,{themselves, emtna1e' seeds 'by Ed'Green was.). Misuse thrown otf the golden fruit are'now daily'priming !. force of
:c ', ttbeyed- -' among acme of Hhe'Jewa: of J;r means of'this wretched--- gift-hone seed over the train and was found behind through Tampa abrmbvaaldr- her soils tend.several sanafl boat*. No Has been arranged betweeta Don Carlos

l5 J. ..Africa'.._iM'aiiytheJawrs_ ,.: -; "; 'of A nuisance: Times-Union'and'.Citizen. ,It Wood flaw'all around 'the depot. Jacksonrlfla'Metropolis.': "-_ _,\*: ',\- -' .,,passengers were,IntfureiLlCapt." Googins-t Ud'T a Bavarian princess. -.J


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TO UTILIZE MARSH GRASS.., I, GRAZED. .- ,37;,' ,SHELLS'Y "!:1 ;
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Uaillrchlp latdlaaa'a K.rr.w Eseup. .'tI ; .
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: o e o A ._pa.T Ha Ben Formed to M,a- .:, : [ t JiJ' mi'/ I r"I.. .iJJ
pG&o.II.&O..ur. factvre. from It Twine, Rope front OcBtmetlbat th ,"at- e t "., ", A. IJ I iiI I ',' J '

... MatU. slag. F'lgbt.'Y' ,' I ; .,, : .r;- \ : ; .*: '.i :,

An examination the bottom of the ,Y 1x1 f I .

The; tendency characteristic 6t Indian in dry dock revealed an' '( .--:e" -.-. "1e. 1!it .... -,: '3'',' 'e.a .

the present age to put to practical use elongated, rough-like (fdent, perhapstwo -: .. . J :;. : a ,: .
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what baa heretofore been considered >6 - t . \ ; "" .... :it
inches deep in the plate of the 1 .
3 C WALTSait.OaAaa t
largely waste useless material has c t t f. .J J. ' .. ;
.' & GRAHAM 'CO, pr starboard bow about four feet below F.''fe A. ii.b1ree.ne hay \o4.iI :: ;Y: *5 ,f' ;;e-.
BOBBINS found fresh exempHBcation in a new the \ '1'efJ'aood Acrepted 'Mason bolds'eguh.r % "
shell
water line made by a heavy,
enterprise at the head of which is ex- >T jT ,meeting.oV the: flrrt and ;
falling at the end of a curved trajectory /\/ -,third in
\ Mondays eaca month tn the )
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. JenatorYarner Millet, of New York. ;
that had struck, glanced'and ': fine Iodg0 room over the poctnfflee.orE i
;,-' Throughout Wisconsin southern usually,occurs every.meetlug. night er a
:;. fill practice la all court Stateiand Federal 1
the and Jour
burst Army Navy VilitliDe brethren I
and : say in good stanfling" cordial
-d Special rfccllltlet for examining perfecting Michigan and Minnesota are thousands tr invited *'
.n4 Title.' We hare the cnly: complete nal. This ,8ho\vs how marvelously our I.OIt&end.'A'" r ?'
-- -...' I. tbetract books covering booth Dade county of aeres of marsh land 'upOn: ships escaped injury. "When this shell C.aCPTTBKUg,. .u lf.J"U.o. ,)(.'D.;"-W.K.t ..( : ,', '
Clerk olthe which : : ; :. ;
and receive report* from the grows tall rank coarse grass. .t".J .
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-1. Circuit Court at Juno showing all land which i Is practically without commercial ,struck: if made xji\ all flinch.( ,remarked; I ".
transfers. All the certified Abstracts Title any officer who there1', his ; ,
an was dropping -
$ : lor Booth Dade conntr are made ,at oar MUm value. Some of the finer:iaieties KNIC5UT8 OF 'rn HIA8.-B.y;..BisV ; '"1
v shoulder and his knees and ', ;
; are utilized as bar, cocking .although :
officerMIAM shrinking into. small a' as his t) Fridayoeventnc :la 1U'brttUtC-Jiew. 5; 'rr&.
;,, f,DADE CO.. FLORIDA without any pronounced'edible or space lodge rooM Cover the potoffleThe. 'S 5 .
nourishing} qualities and bulk allowed' in iIlulUtrati4b of what hemeant. ,first; ;. l Third Banks wtU be .. ; ;
occasionally
,_ "Everybody did 'it-1astine= conUrrert/ on the ant;second and t'Jf' t 4:
JA*.SAJTOXJU H. P. ATBMK OX some of the coarser varieties are, used I third meeting nights nUb month.v. : ', I -
aa bedding for stock but as a rule only tl'vely irresistibly turned thei( heads, RC' U.' RAOCSUS .C.:C. { : '
c J..BavAV,K.of \ : ttJ'j'
SANDERSATJmSON" If 8.d 5- ::
and lifted the elbow
right a*
away ;
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rk
small _
exceedingly pprtion of the.J ,
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to ward oft a blow with A club,'and e "I ...,. .. .. 4 ; ;
Y millions' -- $ 1; <( '''' -
of
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ATTORNEYS tons which grow every year :'t';.."i< : to" &f'.t.-.t.\ '
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there Was second two oawful, 7 \ jaVrir ; .# , : "
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finds and'use whatever. ;O. 1'-1'011 fiatlas'Lodge Ko .1 : : : Ji ; : : 1
? ANDCOUNCELORSATLAW All this by the aid of ingenious machinery waiting. while the roar and 'aeream'Memed 44. Independent Order of Odd: t7R ''STOC) = O : ; ,
Omc.1. Belcher1 Brick Building be to still aW the rest of the bat. I Fellows meets every Wednesday > '1i ; :; ;..- y ,1
can readily converted. into night at 7JO o'clock'lII the new :\ X T '
FLORIDA., tie roar and to come straight the lodge room over the postofficei; "
MIAMI '- i
of
number and ;
a cheap useful article? tcIs \ "
"'' "* iuaNfN.ro IVYta Jee1iIs : .. "
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immeasurable F.W. $
Then followed, iF '"'t .
QEO A., WOELET, of rope'commerce;', cotton ,bagging such as matting binding twine and a; ear.roar!-a shocking, benumbing an \jblind- T A. ;':Reutx:0..... ', .,See."'" Jl':. -' 8 '- :'-t ., 'f;:' ': : ; .: ,: -. ,f. [t1:,; 7 '. :

,, substitute for carpet aperrand i prom Ing explosion and a prodigious'! ';; fountain - very complete} : 'fac i the'.ifinest: ,:cve f"brougBtfo> ,,_:,;)
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ATTORNEY T1L W.I ,of water burst beside the bow," .. ., ,
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e.1 ises to develop into an. 'Industry in up : South.Florida. S t' 4
-S. ... General practice In State and,federal COUrts which", thousands of people will find employment. and deluged tho forward decklwhiJe! : 'T' ,_ f h ..... ? + f 'i' ;.

.tendon.All buetneas.-,entrusted,' will,receive' prompt' *,.... ."... at. . the ponderous ship tearing its way Hotel}:" ::0ur-3t>h rsNlckel'.Glock: .; ;for"'$i.oo n ,Js,i: good, ft ; :

A -n --Aleutter Germula Llt.lb.nranc. Co.of .'The. enterprise ,is called a i w one; through' the water with gigantic Timekeeper: .. ._* *ir '" .j=!! "J-- : J i.r-: *-'.. '
oIUI. written.
Jew York. AH kinds policies weight and momentum seemed to stop. -.n
t' Office Brown's Building AT.D and Uth at. although ,it has been in successful op. 'Ye.'snakels j !] ' >' '
' : !tyofFin: ,.Repairing. (C lU tdt' ::
&udde.n1yand was jarred from sHem'to .. t, :
ration r .
for
but it .
MIAMI FLORIDA. over a year, is only ,6 .. h"-; > -. : ,
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stern a1.it she had run against a stonewall ; : : s e us. ; .
that plans have been : '
.recently perfect- ; .. .' 0 ; ,
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The vessel l : i fT / {
l. was promptly exanu'n.ed 4' W H.i -
ed.for pushing it on an extensive scale. ; .. .. --:
ALLEN .
'W. : ; as."Q'. .. wr
: '- QEO. .Within' the 'last few weeks the Jargr but everything below was TffArcaae. <

plant'.of the, Northwestern Cordagfpiany found tight and dry.Dalgariaaa .. i' 7! :< }, ; Building. ; MIA dI .JELAt >i. :: .

ATTORNEY; AT LAW, eom 'of St. Paul has been' purchased HOBor Tia.iiH roe.. Con91Iy. \ L'-. _- ,_, ",:.. __ _,." {' :',

..by. the new ,edmpan; and is ' --
J VOl Practice:Un aU.Courts State and Federal.KEY'WEST The Bulgarians have erected '306 1" : :: -- ;. : .
being put in 5hape'lor handling its
!. V FLORIDAcrr / ';j product,while contracts have already 'mot.1menta in commemoration. ; of 'tP.J..l
, *- .* be made for' 15,000 orf20,0X, ( tons of iventa in the R TDrkiahwar.andn \ O, P. HUNTINGTON Orailge .Pln6a' 1e 1nm tOOt3-ir:
now sending the czar an album .D D
marsh;grass for use. during the com' CPropriton; '
BROOYE 't rE I
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Ing aeason.The . containing illustrations! all of thenuNameKlan : J .. "t . .
> Located t' l pJ.J.1n ... :," .
; : ', grass; which wilt be mostly used Belpt.r'De". in- .the moat p eaeant ., 'J' ? fj ''i, X' ,.
+ -A TTOJ.iliEYS' AT LAW : C
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Is What is known."wire" ,which t ;
--f grass: Brynjulf Bergsllen Norwegian. And other\/egeUibl L.ands'Eor1S.l ... #; 5t
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OFFICE on
s kOTARYPUBWC IN hai-atough, hard, round stem atuTTs sculptor who made the DrPare ;'filtered rain water.It need for , ' .
equestrian ; t'e. 'i
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,f, -Y. Collections Will practice promptly In'aD attended State and to.i Federal. "Court 1 abii lntelywithout, any value asa, food statue of Bernadotte at CtristlanU, h S er rr purpose thromfhout the. hotel. i-: ,:,: y : ; :, .i o;' ":" \ ;* o' ff-'i '
omcx oval BAlrc or BAT BISCAY*.*.. .pro net'Thls'can be made int.u-bind- dead. .," 6-20-I.is-m, 'V' '- *-vNolle i' ; .
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,, ,MIAMI," ','-.J..> ,FLORIDA .. ,. !Ing"twinil/\fbichUsiaid" ; to be, full j' VERY' : EASYTERMS: \ ', .:, zR l.

.. ., ,, It' .equat'tp;tQJBt) e'l rom ManlU hemp Renter Wanted: .., ;. t :'::: ..1 ,. ", : :
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,, );I : -' ,JIILLS' 'IO '.M.'ffc: ; :'And'at" a'jpstof at;;least) ,one-tbird lessthan For 10acres; ,of fine tomatoe lands at .. *:for;Pqbllaitlon./, ; : :
!r S' .. '- ., 'theAuer.vCertain Little Snake reek, just above CaptainFalford's. r1'p : 0i
> ; kinds :
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: t : : : :s ? ; fropwilt'alsor LAVS. OrncB AT GAUOSYEULB.Fu, I. ; : }; 1 }
Y Inquire at thia office. ?
:!.,.i .', -,!$ HOM.,,' ', ',""OPATHIST.CHRONIc'DISEASRS' ,. .t :, '. : ,be" .D18a from beghen'to'thatdud 'this grasspec1atentton"to -' .-'&4-t\, '.1' Notice I*.herebyrgiven November Jl, 119 at'th"jotcnrtq.Dameel & ;-: .5 (' :.., .., r- f I"

". : 'ST2CIALTY. . :whicb"la,, used fortheipurpose'of= r-, For,Rentier:Lease.' '}i settler tea Aleell.ho e.of his intention .. JiANP.f\ lf''f.}! q . : 3AE1r.. f :r ,j
: : : I. to"make .'final-?proof in ,.... ... , .. .. ,
bides: : support ofk big .
. ortroa'ii FOBT DALLAS. tyingup;; 'It Jsthe'purposc'to'use.tbecoitraei"vt4etles; : r : ; ;: % we :- 4"-t.: >:. \: I .
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/A large three story bouse?all con said ...
claim and that proof will be mide'beforeJohn "
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4 : UntI."noBIDL or grass in ( ;MODELrd ( ; ./-t-., -4 $
; 'b'
..., .' i,- \ -T ; ''' .,f'-l.; ; ''i ieniences;-completely furnished;will B.BeIUjUD flutes Commissioner:stMiami. .. ;., "" . ,
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the #.. .
. manufacture of'.roughlywoveucotton''bagghg ; rent.for the winter to responsible parties .1'1. on- Janaary J, ..:.viif Thomas ... > -" -:: .-.- "" < .-" ,.w;': .-...1: -"-\-. -",-.". ,J It;

;. :M. JACKSON/." .,' ;;of.which an "immense, without small' children, ''For,far Wright of,Lemon'City: ,Florida homestead .' );;FT., LAUDERDALE: 'l:0. : ,,
mount1s the'loutb ?
used :
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. vj 'W1' '""'X5HoTBiBlSCAYNE - -. ". tberfnformaUonaddreas, i ; ;'I 224M forthe loath-west quarter.Section a.6, Vv, -, '. S .y-:;; .. .,"' C.' f '. '? >;}/J "'f
"' i make,It.I?! ;;claimed,'' strong, 'durable.an&cbeapbaggltig.The ) , .f' 'I'ownshlplttl;Range"41 : : .: S 1
> : MBB. LOTTIK n.KbpPor \ ,\ Jtff.: : f 7
..3 < ;oiFILw ; ; < '
}: :' : r ; ;: finer,grass: ; H* mater' the.following itnesse"s to proriconttnuoua '
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: D.MIAI will ;:be': woven 1nto.mattingtwDiebia: Rent.v r_ ':f his' residence upon and cultivation "lIaIf nd1irn to : .
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BLOCK
AYE.
s ; '; ',- -.... -' ;, : : ;- said, to.,make, an:' excellent substitute The'River View Hotel, opposite to t Of said land, Tis:._.' "> ;; ,. "t tOtOrZETTERLUND/. .
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,; ,. :| ;;: .TLOBiDA.R $e: Japanesermatflng.i t .It takes..dyes minal station, containing .14' large t T,X.:L.,White of Lemon CiU,Florida.: '\\.1 I t ; 't 'General. :Agents"of Florida'l- t'CoastBalirtMdlJUjd,1' '
' ; ."': .. readily and' makes' .floor rooms, besides ,kitchen. For *.G&r1T.NUe.ofLemooCUJ.FIopda. :_ ,._ : c:
.r : : c. ; :: : a. covering informa- "":J *:Lt *
Broad
and'69 Y.it +
t- 64 New i
as''durable: as1 it,is attractive.:.' ,Anjotber Lion_ ..call_ on. .or. address, ti; James Hnble of Lemon City.'Florida;;.,, --, "i' . -,. *. : .. t.' York. N '. q'V'f': ;
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kI ,: : ? '"' 4'.f' ?1Jr.: 1 tf- "'--. '. r ,- t"t
< ; HJlVDDLH1'OH 1L"D use to which It is claimed it can __' O. B. FARMS. : ,' r- ; -Wm, ; F:Brooks of Lemon City;Florida : F ,. .
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'} r J> 'i be put'to, excellent:ad Vantage is.thaffSi ,6-23. f..f..w Lemon(City;' C 'W.. -G. BOBIKSOM;Register; .,; rGEN. "*, JOHN ,TV SMITH.,. : ? .
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< 4 GRADuATBRiIMYDICAL';"CotA : ;.> ,lining'for carpets; and a'decide r; ,. ' -': "i, d J ; ,) \ No ;'1 r : : MANAGER: 'f .if> ''f, e-r. _TREASURER.; \ ;.. :"
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.. ,Li J"tBGBt CJflCACOfr* supertoeity'td fort' th ": .: '> Bicyelistes: f <
t : ,I over ? "" : -, : '
'itth paper' lining 'now" used: fortliat'ptir.." While;out trying trying yootwheel:; ' : :: ; : ;
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Office comer A v ane C sad stre UOrncB : ; tNQtI :; : :
r ., BOOBS .. m so 1>n,'and I to I p. m.I pour v--Chicago'Tribune.'\ J S: don't fail to get a/cool drink or a disk .; Legal :: 1 ;. ; : :
- of ice cream at Gbas. Courly's, Boeni ... (tx'Jaevtci Covav. i' "
MIAMI : ," .
FLQBIDA ; Land For SaI&' ,
PEST&Ss X : '' .. ... ...
:. ;ilRQNCLADS* ; AS: Vista, on Saturday or Sunday. DAna,4ovxT. ..
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#; 1'" .; i O.rtaln' rpmiiiemt Suckers "
Ml \ : ; ;Fancy; :Pineapple Slips. for, : '' D. o.,WBnTi : '-; :; -" ,;', -y. q ..
'. : ;Pi&Slcf & SURGEONNt :'! .paw..;ftro..'.Disapproval of Ia- ", ?l. ,. sale.-: ; -, i /-:. I Ton are hereby flouted that nIt In gsrnfeh.meat . '') '. .. -' ''' ', ::_ '" " << : "1" ", i'J. '.. .. ! or..

:: ; : : .' ..- reAalmc tb..lfairb.rtTbeta.y,! : ..' : Abbak.'Egjptlan Queen, lOolden I her been Instituted against yon by J.B. -) r ,: --" M40, .' 'BI, SAYBA.. ., ... ' l.- > ,
v-: -OfletXlamlDnu Store '. ( t,. ..-. _, ,. .. ,...
,Porto 'Rico ; : .
." , Queen. ;"Smoo b,Ca1eDne.. Olrtmialnsafdeonrto reeoTtr tbe'snm of -t: :: ,, or\ 1, .
,I ; :. hoatp.m-toodockna&r.dMooeoo0Kanterora; ,r;The Spa bh..American war has plain.y and Red Spanish.. ;Apply to V. . i 121.00;and your money, credit*:,nd'effects:in 0..1" 1' i, ': - 5'., "Ito.,'1.t71L ._ 4 < ::atW'k:. .. .....;,l, t .
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; revealed ,ta us the,formidable power iMADDOCX A.,MATTHAMS," '. the hands curtody.and control of the Florida : : ,,; .rl. '
; : of'ironclad ships.' The only limit to it, _' "Palm Beach Pinery,''?. ;.: EIIC.CouC'JlaII.a".CompaDybll.teeoafpi.: | \ "' j ', ,..'or ,. I :0., -t ', 't'I <
so"far' the and seaboard : West Palm Beacb Fla.Blanks nisbeed 77ow;therefore.unless shall well ; ; :S ,
: as sea the are yon !' 'oA : .
FLORIDACROWN&B' : : t : 'oncernedtippearra'.to,be the'necessity' b.'. : '- ;,,; .. .. and truly appear at a Justice'' Court'to";be,"bola 8 0)0' .0" r;, :A: SI:i4 --:. t., ."
, < at office la Jll mt. )Fl.., '"
: (coaling.. If a fleet. ..of?ironclads.has t my on 11- : -

'coallngstatioos everywhere there is po ) ,Legal ., :M aoa.y.?u.. tod day,.ot.Jannary.;:A.IX J.;.,, : t { u".c: ;*; : ...i*.*.. > ; {f f:1.

Yale.Sp.eialty assignable limit, Its power.. 'Seaboard ,Ttie'MiraorQitebaafor: sale a sup to defend said;snit/Jndgmentj will'be given\ ;, tli

,Office Egan: "I a..to S p:'m:.;"Offlce' 'In'Bet=. "sites, unless they' can ';.be;fortified,' at plybi( legal ;blanks, printed from clear- 'against'you by"'defsnlt and tile'snm doe yon .\ ?: IRI i 9 h''5JraHk3nd'-l' 'I! ;FLand! 95: ; a. l '" ;-

t" ,Cher's:. Brtck Block,corner_. AT.D and tub 81. enormous expense,:will..henceforth be faced type Dpon heavy linen ledger by the':QarnUhaa wt1rw..p-'pUe4'{ to.th pey, ;..
MIAMI, .: FLOfaDA.OftcelnB ; .; .. always,,insecure* The; . 'nation _'which! paper ''.Thestock,; ::'consists. ,of ;deeds., mentoftfiedtbt.iV. ,-- ; :: c' '; ,, .' : ," '; 1 .- ' .- i- . .. ... a f. : : "I.: .f',.
mortgages, quit; claims;: 'leases,;.con- :.Given under my".hand and seal this "
'has ?them, or to which areo ; : "
.. manyo: they tracts;bills of sale,'etc.,.They-are superiortn : 1st { Fpl( CashIn ..QJ EaPayents;
; f v-ital Importance,:will ,lire. ,always, in 55tcaul day' December' '' JUD.: U*" ; ri : 9n ," r .fi-1J.
ROHAI paper to the ordinary blanks O.\.c woau .
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p fear a's '. 1.. : : : , : ., ..._ ft .. .
- : li and, are .'constructed .especially' for : y' .I, testte.'o[the Pesee1. ; ,''"""" }, ' ' ..;. :'. IL ." \> f- .
ht '. PL, and-the destructiveness:of projectiles Miami well of:the ; ..:.t ,.::i ..F',
guns property as being a'A ur 01r.' Lar a or Small"Ttacfs Alllocate"1l .ear they :
." -' ' .. are. stch that it would seem.oojbr-' yKl 1. forms; required, in, all transact: 14,Attorneys for PlaintUT.U yY J,>2 .' : ,! 9.K,.ar l1 i y. ;: "t >.

,5,- 'Avenue nUrsbnWock Dead,1Kb'1 bTtteMt street,,cornerS .1'.|b iinary. .coast.defensea'auch, .. h : as forts'h, j>r UOD9.*, ' .' 5V-4> t< ...r-. ,', : v-tf.': .\ _'..I--t./, ", .-.f'C :_< 4 -idecJOdec., ", :.Ior'furtheri-artlcufars;. : .: p 1 \9.- :r't :;; ; "' ,.,- _

mines. ""ouJC1avau.; .;The' ion is qta : t ,: .r .. : '. >f.iI; < ., .
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I' .J I ,* > FLOIRDA.;. .. disadvantage because tbe'vesael. .is not '- Ji'" ;. ,. : __ : ;
Ii x *- '' - .'r' -- '. at rest; 'tbe"o lrthJn ; saving tprpe- : . ,. < el. P.t ": : < J'' : >' '''! .'. .t! .JOS' j ':' : .-- .

.' 01:{ S.-THZDISIOr: , .' does;-.to;-which' the ironclad; .ship ap-: ', '. ., :m-\ : ; : I (l ,- ? .:..'(. . ., < _Ii .., .,.......-....""..i -..'... .,U"I.,.... '" .J y ,>.i.!:!\ -
JTOHN ) : -
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a ,: *r"f.\*-'. u ; peara;bevnlnerablerls ",:vertical fire; : GLIJjEWEBL 5.e, : ,.><.-.....:..: _; , COCOANUTGROVELA' "; 'r. ; !: .

:'strfldng.beitinarmoied. ;, deck,'to which 1 -..
:CIVILENGINEER'; -- - IA.W Agt.. mlTl -1
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:\thie':can tery.'aeldbm'be exposed\, Accordingly .. J.
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.. ;Kotary.ruVUe ANDURVEYOR tor-State'at"Largi1.+: 'rarHenlar.' ,:'with': each/other, .nations:multiplication are. competing, ,of,' : NEAT ; ':. ir' ,. .- : ., tI ;'

r' ":'Attention CAce on fifth given Street to Sub-Wvidlng, Large Tract'TI.D. these: ,ship*. ' ': M1 ; NEWAvenue lestftur iit'L t MAX AUSCI3W11Z t tPRACTIgL :

i ,.. ' -;.MIA11I. r., SouthFWRIDA;" It was said that at the jubilee review { Y / ,
t 'r there Was a line of JJ: men-of-war: 30 miles .
1ATCAKR iELBRisx
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A :Gong this ,besideT'ltU the ships at,the s. ? .
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stations:: Yet Lord Charles Beres > : : ; 1 :. : 'Ir.

i ;t IW 'ford Is cry ing out that the nation'Is' defensckss. - ., / :!It) 3ietroohis, ;BlpcJr 1 :, .., ..A.: ec\:2.e'D: : .1., : ':. '
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and demanding the construethou ) .. :'. w' ', ,,' .. ,,-- ;, < .
t 'Over M experlenee .. of more ironclads.: More ironclads, ': ; .. ;'1'r", lI t4fr>n. .; ; : 7 C .1
nd'mo wboleeome"mssI i In the be .
cleanest;
"" FeltSeoetotlumplKOfailLstesfVfaavM.a7 .The beet had.
'ail | ,UT eo Vt'r'
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'"S -Mooiqet'a8rlckMlldlatf 'pbdp 'bt;.aonldbeuilt;;-,the othernationa ' ,'" ': ;-,., '-, r S ..

<. .-j., >'- ,, ';. iqAlOFLOBIDA.; ; ;:J ill,:'wie! I the race, and so,It:will 'The' -BetUnrant. Is new tbiouib at.\\he.diD -rooum. ,'alry'llgbt.:and.cool._, We. sbsn. {, ,,. ,E" FEJJ: 'S;: : 3..; j'T! <,., ..:. .- '
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; till indeflnije, .amount.of;theproducts : ; t ..
go:on: : depend our .emee to mate ta,bnsinesst' .L .
\ upon k'i
: \ : ; 4oursncce8S T t- 1n l' td :
'i 1 'H'OTE MPSLOCK. .
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I_; : f" : : ,of labor; Is waited<<: in these en- : .
_. lap ." S..B...6.BimIitottD.f_ .. .. .. .._. ... ;a S' "'tp "1' ;gtDtsof f destrpctioiif, 'De.tweell'.Jingod : : ';' } : 'RYh!: ' : ; :

; -: "" 1{, REALESTATE.f' ', :-.: ,,1 4t' f.CUTLER "s-eema jism :In':irbnclads danger:of,.|the relapsing; ,)yU1zed Into
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f'1;. : 'barisni;armed/by.the: .kUJ'bt' i scientific ., '.. t' l' "; ;. >C" .... ,'{:'. 'ROLLS;; ; BUNS,CAKES P. VERY fiftG' FtIt8' '' f.AS3.rs "' < :i.(::': '
: < S 1 clvilizatloit? If yjy main of sciencecogldlnveut'in ,4We aeekyour: and f! know :.' ? ""* "' '
; patronage we can plAwe : 4
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and certain '
meth.od _
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':'- :; ,; e' ;PLOJUI !'I'. ;oitdestmying.these pestjC sO" as,to :' :

; ; : : rid tis bfTthe'.dangers from them'andj .. .- W.: GLIPEWELL '.p>oPB.troR.. : _- 4
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.... .. )( .., ;." ; ..j j'the temptationto, tray 'Wble the, poai, <.. ;:;. J ." ... ". ;;. _, .' '' / F PEOMPTLTATTENDED" ; .' ', ?. i"R; : :
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cession of'them> ( with : '
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:Tumai'. i'ulfo ,' Jr.:

F OBOAlf, Gu1eA;> '''JfAlTDOQUW.', 'I would factora be\of hot,:;mank1Dd.-Cur the f least among. the',Toronto- bene- ". "F1B: DK. s. MOhSE- ,; ':ICIE: ; t 1 1-' 'E' \J""B:, :.Y'D A. :: : !' ;..

One atn LessoJk each ; : : ;
Bigbt .(Ont) Sni si' .; -_ _. . ., .( : ,. .,, 't'- .. !> ,,
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a weekfree OattatM Ab I&reeteu& : r
eottageo_ .. '" :
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of.AvenotfC,or address., _ ; Id..eJa .; IAnoP'four'potindi ' ;t. ;1
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'., : : SCi, S :Addreea mail orders to LAKE.WORTH ICE COMPANY.', 'f ,f

,MIAML, ? TLOBLDA.cflles . .. otl light' brown C D: : r :O' : : :? ,. .*> ' Mian ....Fla..,oreaUin'pArBoa/at.warelionsAraATMiniD.; .. I M.:... .
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_. ,ntger'onet:: : otpe>t:cider.Tinegar= m - - ""r-: - "'- JL J. _.. ')c.- one:':teaspoonfnl _of ground. .cloves and ,n. R.J:." O.. .. .R.\!' (, .- - ;**;-% -.*'- as ,*:a ,' ],I#,:t ", ,

st .. ,:,ST.. a J;.; 'four'teaspoonfnls of groundcinnamonth : < ' \ '- >' 1 THE NEW a PLATmO ,8TY$ : .1'1
( ',latter:tied ;in 'small'cheeseclotbbagsHor 1{ 2. \I' '.- - : * s Vi j :
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{ '.I :The PitstttIIMsI " -t- ***** '

4" '" .' ,.": &atr';. :; t\. : even;; pounds" of. :peeled ti.a 1 n a df: Cq' . :Flbri." Ia,. < Ii P'H"O""O-S';[ :1 o , En1ar. 9 'g.i T, .<;Tul typ.! ;t.\ -: ;
:\ ;; ': peaches:. When.the sirup-comes! :to a \, '
"finished
, .., 'GRAFTE.1'r..AHTfI.E.. ., . '. boll add"the.peaches'and'cook slowlyuntII .. i : -i?P4* :pictures r*and all j i(
i, lspedash ttuis'sre( ga." ." -oan' \ -" ;tender. !Use'V. ,poi eIa1nlEettleforpeklingwbenpossible. !: ,: : : : ;' > / .. . .j.

':W'tc H.... i1EE1.L34.L : .'. : .,Two-quatt! : ; : : ., r" / .,' I: _' : r _ ':_ _...work 'fimshed. "tit. i to :'dater. at ?' -:'

:$. .coklt : 'r". lh.A. 'glass jars..'ara;. best. for',picklingpEtches FapmffigLands.ResidjBtice? :Siffes City:Lots. !FBED'.HA'UDSJ'GAL., Bv..AYdlUIDONI., : OOKWUTOF: .
,
? .. : .L : DaLua! ,; ,'and:the strop'should entirely :; . ;'. ", -- : ., -# ; .aATHOUO'CHUR H.-- 11 u.- of'i. of'-

': : .. ... .* - . ". 'w.. .- < t" t" I' r #.,t a. .t ; r' "
eover-theVfrult,
''t. . ,... Some:housekeeperthfow'awayah .j +- i :
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';.o., t' ..P, f...... ....tilillt-,. . ; +bc:first.,sirnp'owhfdi! :... .' : \ .: ;;" > ;; : : i. : : ,;;
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< '" "' ; 1"J.' '" '::1 . ..\;. they"are Vooked and ED ate afresh:one i .. ,_: . ,-. , , :, ; t ; '_ :

;'":-- ,;'"i.,' "U aCftl. ? d.,.abolK,.De tamt.two .to Pr over,but' .this_ 'is unnecessary,- AGENnIQlf: : %AN DS. ',O -"', :" :': .,: ',.. .:. "" "" .. --,:. :' ;.; ;;

":' ,'),:.J from .1N1K9' ate.:of. Homa" :- -Magarine._- .,; , s 1 : : "": ;'.,:>f.{; : : ,_ ; _"'" ; , ,:r:":: ; -. ; FRED. 'RUTTER- .)> .. , 7"'Genera1 !-! .,

I:-,-'. ,.,Orangrtetiassl Miami river,, ' .ptrtt iileigs...., Baa"' -my: :don't PeUte.
.' ... other? II'III.\ r Q we'rI'out'togetherl-: J / ; area anfi' Trans Gb: ., :. .. -- "
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.\ Jci4sbona'roia F .\.J '6... ' jero, '' Boston;"and Flori aA; 1 ai ntie1.Goest.Land-CO; tf S.em-B' :"Dynaa1Ite,'FaM;laid i.aiirto c.pi iillriyi ors Baud," '
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+'<: fa : a a:hTnxt.T. I by the enterprise l and public spirit of 't" .1

1 / i private citizen. Should this condition -
Z rMift'fY. T
1Y yr CA, 'ie ROO Met..x : continue when it is needed for Undertaking *

.. national purposes? There the capital "i

. '.t tVIUNZD ST of an individual ha* been :expended I &tTRUNKS

r- lavishly,and already provedthat additional .-

f 'rntBa1 NMiog Coopuy j, sums may be wisely spent to the I S : -

,' '< of the State and the Matting;
4- 1S, kIAWt. DADE COUmFW=IDLa great advantage Embalming S .
.. nation. How loagwould England S ,
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;'Tbtr of*t Southern Ktwipapcr |>abtisb d en hesitate u to,tbe .permanent value or '!1
,- the mainland of the United mates at the
.' fJ >:;. .moat ttootfeera railway terminal.. the nearest"'Bontinehtal harbor to tbe \ "" :

islands where jit expects in the Immediate .
; :
; Inters! In the tatoffle t IQtm1Ttottda '
CrockeryWindow
future.to build a most remunerative -
t t'J as MOOD4..IU e up Baby Carriages ,
., commerce, and from which ..
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hi""ar be most advantageously
operations can
: Subscription Rates..scrlDttoa .
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iA'-. '7C"'....... .. .1.... ..u........i.....12.00 conducted As the Florida \ ' .
." m J1q 1.a4UCI will ,.. port which the experience of the put :
:'i:A,, noM nett ,nfsanbaort Shades
on dot 'aa4 ItZ months labe summer has conclusively demonstrated
1 lot'78 cent*. :.:.Ttls u a liberal disc Refrigerators
to be of the first .necessity, and
. ::count$0mDdnastrlctllsdtanoepiymenta. . .
.. . n: =- .which it is eldent'w'n' soon becomeof 1 k'-r '
y ;.r.' Advertlauf Rates.aixete vital advantage to our commerce -

1". :.OVK 'oxR san SIX: OVC with tbe countries to tbe south of as,
: :.xx. W'K. MO, MO. MOB. DAL
; .1r'F ,./i loo Iacb......., telO $300 8400 isooinches. I 10 00UOO we invite the attention of our delegation Gasoline StovesITS : : RUOS
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a ; IN 800 too loco
and it
will
?r $ tnch.sac SOD 400 800 1500ft s3 00 at Washington, hope .
_":;.., 4iDcbtt.... 800. 00 10 00 18 00 8000 be secured while &the want that was
,, ft innt COl)' 4M 880 1800 SlOO 8500
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winches..*... '4 so 8 00 14 00 84 00. 4900 felt last summer is still fresh, in the
1" j't laehea.:t 800 8 00 14 0V 87 00 4800 .
> minds
: of tbe in Florida
,: !t'I tDCbeI.<; b M MOO UOO 8000Ucne MOO public. We, ,
.\ ., 800 UOO 9000 MOO 000 feel that need every'day,"and the want DANGEROUS ;
'. .I: MtaOieoOitea 00 rr oo MOO 8800 t'Dh.n.
11 tDcbie..r 000 19 M 2400 WOOIMtacbMA. 1900WOO wll1''grow' "Is the' volume, of trade
-": .CIO 4900 I 1
880 UOO
.ii 18lBeoe .._ 809 UOO 8800 4600i4tacbes.'SM feoo Increases,but it will .be too late to
X :; 1700 aooo 48 00 '8000 atone for neglect when "the nation and foolish as well to delay your purchase of Furniture, for prices are almost r .
ss 8800
.";:"' iae e. .iW>00 lit 00 II 00 8100 <
..,,IS lDChei.i1 10 SO '18 OO ,,8400 64 00 101 00i3 again requiresictivP; operations from I after the Here few offers' cannot afford to .
..: .u oo aow .88 oo 0700, '10800mop I certain to advance holidays. are a you
Ineb% It 80 8100 8800 8000ll8lncb c a fleet inthe southern Atlantic, the
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'. ::>- *.\. UOO 8900. 4000. '8308't1''Win. 'moo Gulf and the,Caribbean pass by Chairs, 50c. Window Shades, 20c. A lot of decorated 'ChinaCups,'
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... .(I COl) It 80 1809 48 T *800 19100KIJMMiBiMCnBaf -',
?, ...Local rM41u aotlefl etDh per l1at. '. 4.. I Saucers and plates. -
'" ..Noderfatloatraathawratea.1 v
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' Twt. of tbe CustomHouse
' WHIT*: Janitor
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-- at Atlanta,named Barbour,com-
EDWIN
p: ; Hit. mitted suicide because of the persecutions ;. NELSON'SI i .. .
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F ,+ : : : ;- of the negro collector of custom -

" .-.:... ,THE:"BALL, 1inI.Lm .. named'' ;:cker-so' Mrs. Barbour ..., _,S _; t'
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t alleges; The 'only mistake under the &-
| Oar tatare.dawla a na.- Our,first ; '
j circumstances that Barbour made that c -- -rte'. .
.commercial, intercoarMr as' :A port.:of we can note) is that he did not commit Adon of tbe teachers at West Palm Vaccination. on_ .their.hands.' .."r| *!%'/-J:*' ': F ;

# 'tnitiry withthe Antilles! has been inane* suicide before be accepted a menial MIAMI-HA VAN!, Beacb colored school No.1,in suspendIng To the Editor of the Mmorouii. .So,Mr,Editor, you see by this ex-* = ",..:: =!.

?-. jurated., 'IsLlafi'beginninje. ;: though position under' an.,,African. It is a Jonas Barnes. 'When we read an article,in the Saturday tract,from.the-Post tNotember( '14tht! . ., 4:, <'
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r -small', yet It is,iuroaulng.. 'There 'isWnUtl logical result.A Caucasian wants tore ----- Board decided ..to paint, the West Post informing its readers! that bent''e.f that the.old!democrstlcoun-- -.- ... J;.

:;:Jj'bat, behind: U which :will somewhere'? else-,right away. andthejutber The Steamship Miami to Begin the Palm Beacb school halt No. 11,;now l'compuTs6ry' vaccination" i in,England try' ha*, gotabead-.-. ..' ... .of_ *.*free :Americ : ?*?...L*' .. AWe ;fi. .

;} safe its iucoaa=ecney TheMlami8unday : awayAthe.betterwhen.aninferioriaoe'attempts'to Berrice.ToHight.Tbt rented by tbe Knfghts of P,' blu: J. ,was a thing of the past. theautkkac; '.', ee.some. cicea.t r.--vaccinatioa':'!iJir '';'; '

'". ",0P.eD.ed 'tbi 'bal!' !! >night:,when! : ,, control his : W. Comatock; ,was'authorized.to attend cinators having} gained their. po.ltt! or out> thlt" city now,and do:; hope,'as; g: .Z-*

l'ktT.ahe'.' eleired'(',for;:the first: time for Ha actions.' Barbour, as, a secondbattbingtooommitting'euIcide Zrrai On* of lID,. tines.. Hot Only tamuni to the"details of same. which they bad so long=w rUcti"l. "'.... .; wto we-illchildreaahat: l ; neltber.JtiV ..xrIlbeiorced L ..: ',. ,
ana. Tbe Miami-Havana and the [On motion of J. W. Jackson the conscientionals ttifgto ; I them.ortheywhio ,.
before be ,but to UM Wkoto stay M W.U. that no. one obj upon. ::_ ; ''K r, r ---.:. _
.. )iiunt Wissaa;> steamship-? companies cceptid'the position' got as far board decided to send a teaceer to the their, children being \\neel, tellag for some reason ..seem'exceptionally ,8' )!:. -""-.''.. ;t.f
away
b able to ahow-the'.WMhlnftbn'gpTernineDt as he could rlghtaw !afterwards.; i colored people of Cocoanut Grove provided should hereafter be compiled(by. bright,, wlll.be kept! out oticbooG" ,. -: f --

::.t( our&**iia ts to thtae ports .. From Ttnws-Unlo and CUJwn,Bandar Dee.4. 'they will furnish a house,.rent to do, it-we Bay when we read It..bar .8W. Wt :".::!:t ; t ul .,r

. 'fis. compared',-'irith-.'.any.other port"inth : --*& "- 4. MIAMI, Fla..*; December 8. free. heart swelled with triumph. ; , r MIAMI" ,''Fla.,'December"4. .i; :: #,..-r 1'e -'

... : ; *;:":United: States;both In point.oftJme Taw paper: has shown, to every This city will be the scene tomorrow Consideration of the payment of tbe Now we had always been osed. ,to' :_. ..._ !-.w :" V,7. :.-

'.: aid distance Twenty-nint boarsJickaoiiTillerto farmer! south of.New BI tee t'eyeJ'): night"of an, event of' great commercial Metealf bill ftlff': :7' ;:
-from Hanna is,theedule other farmer is .doFng.-,The acreage ovegetablrs"i8 importance Miami and laid:over until next meeting. -#Mr. B. P : mother country being controlled. J by '
bis '
spends winters at AlkMjTj.O W east iSfnerrw
< and: this cbedQlo: tiiU'be'Itln4lnediaeaoon : 'something wonderful Florida. ** '" v i '" ;
l ; ; Warranty the amount 'of. $2t3.G2 extent *. .
laws and customs to such aor j bad caused severe,pains in"the .* "
/: I :! / things,beoome especially: in 'toojatoes.xlt demon; Tbe. handsome! new $steamer Miami were issued,for general expenses. that they might scarcely! tbink"their. i: back:of, his bead.,-Oni nsiDg.\Electrio".'' &*.< x f"J.
: 'i-feJ'UlatecL: < This is about 14 or 16 boors strateA to every farmer: the necessity of will sail direct for Havana,making the thoughts. Personal experiencebad -Amerioa'greatest..61ood; and; '-, w-- '- 1"4

;.w >'t|?1 M titoe than Is Coiit1 mid by tbe:way thorough organization' in.lbe-marketing initial 'trip of a newly-established i -4 ; i own made us 'think-. somewhat'differently nerve remedy, ; all pain soon left' billi..JIe. r''-., '. .. ,
this medicine U what! hie }
}j t.1. f, J::' lDp&; and Key Jfa t*.*r tht r Plant: of crop*,'in order tbat-no particular line whose. business is sure to grow,as Christian Endeavor Convention. yet it took but six months says country needs.rr AU America: knows that: .'" "' ?'"-- / .

'.-:Oll'n, +. Fourteen! boars is a'Ionic stretch : aiarket'may' ;be 'glutted it will fait as the Queen of tbe Antilles, withthe To the Mlam11lmOI'OLls.' residence in the .States' 'to conclude' U cure liTer and,kidney trouble,purifles" vt: 1, .

::'..a tof t !ins Jn..t1.-ofhiistlein4bustle.: :: require jntelligent shipping< ;? ._r' v

:' c:'?Torpauengen'It: oats a great, figure.. gluts (differs jtimes/to'! the' detrl- enterprise, recovers, her old-time pro}* Christian Endeavor Societies of \olusia I it such as.only Western pioneer ens the;::nerreepuU vim, vigor and:new >' -*-*- t, .*:
was -
&Ftir"malliltr:: -igeaas 11 boos:quicker meat'and'perhaps !visa'farmera: i ; If ; Brevard and Dade.:counties was life into -every muscle nerve snd;organ"O'L ,
ductivenesa. "
.f towns could; glee, 1. e. A, man only of the bod'.tu: weektirpd'tr ailing yon t; '' '? rF
-.' deljrerjr' Jo'NewTork: and other ooTtb- theifxTBoroiia's] work wijl[la'any ';Miami,..thnsbeing: made the gate- held at Daytona last week, December needed to be.well' educated to take,bls need iL-jEvety bottle/'gflarnteed;'oey.A*<:."., _

mi : ,t:erIIand'Weeteru':? 'cities.., Thiimtisti: ; manner' serve,to a'waken t the growers way'of 'commerce between; the West '2-6. There are 16 societies in the-dis- place with.the best,', let him'he ever eo 60"ceuta" Sold by TpwnteyJBroa, '.t-::_. ";:,ja ':"

ara.ct U.e attention of the Wasbingtonerne toltbe necessity' of perfecting' -a strongorganitation Indies]and the 'States;sees herself,in rep-sent' : poor;,, .a woman mght. dp })err WD K'l: :: : \ -.r.:fr p.. ,.' ;; ,ii ,' ;

Tb& Mnniorditaj'from ; under: the.'winir 'off, the herhapprmentaltision, a metropolitan : 'r
: housework, yet be invited to the t)rii- 3tra.tiP; :Ei Mjj/cb i. our ie P resenu= +.
.' -fe'iuf oroutioo I ?whlch.. it btj.-U i obafldent Dsde County"Horti nltural Society its city of thousands of people where ties:were'generallyguite'encouragiug.be eat receptions; but perhaps nothing the for:Miami and.Dade;.coonty.and',,_ ",,; ; :>

-ss: ,: 4diih tH.nr..'pproptUo q: byQori, !mon*y and work':.H twill;.consider. willbne there,.are, -now but'buod dJ. In,; bed; i'r: ? rlest'eo;f t, I in tbe district is weighed with us so musk as theriToe- we-:-nlpectfu1tr"l ore' J twr, .t;.. !. i' t

'; : reeslortbelmprovemenbofBtiosyaek been well expended: splendid bay she sees busy wharves aad.bem .I the, lone;, connected with the,DeLand vaccination' patronage ,AI we do business strictly::" 4 't r

!;".Bid: .:.a. a'harbor'.wilt:be''"made :within :: ;' . !. ... ' .. '. " i -";the-tb'underf) 'rolling tracks, i Baptist F burch.*. It has 78 active mem in log vogue=:no "compulsory; .. . act, < ..on'the;'get one-price. ....-cloee',:'t prices m;pur::and co tomersjlwill : : 'f"': '
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:.:- .vl t t:three .m04 the betore' the ad-" '. ',The:MjcraoroiJs, bas') iowledpof:; : and/beyond them4 a 'fleet of steamers bersDaring' : the'nine', : months ;for Granted that everything"Is;troe- ,-in through Mrs.'March as. If dealing tenDl''I'< .... ;",.

; ;1urnmttnof..Oongrea'.on the 4th ot the fact.that;;contemporarles are mak% waiting their tarn'to dlacharp'frelghtf which,the societies'! \reported 82 members regard-to:Jenner'a wonderful'dUcOT; direct..( *tv '.*.. ... :*; : C

....:; )[arob'. next..There. ''is'noi anything fig,'orare: about i to i make, use: of-the i'tbe land.'of the.,tropic,'and take of the societies have W.:become, members -. : 'cry of"its lessening the number,of cisefl, ,"i.e' : '.-__',Lvnnu1a- ). (:- 'B-e-.YTn.'-S1,1'. ...r" !<"";' tll' .;:.

'. gffoo'goodwfeartori; Thew, Is not' information-given:; ss to the I .farmea.of onlcargoes from, the factories"of Amer- of the church.' ? of smallpox, there'are: hundreds*,its >:.:. .:: .' :, +f.E .- for :Miainir There A very Interesting program was presented ..p....:8ltnation"b: Gardner.:. .. f. '\ < .
too section ;
;>Bythin* :food, : this 1\ of the county tc(,mall to ; thousands. of. persona both sides! :of the ; '
;:... 1 Jis not anything too go d f or thelrbol them'& (the'farmers)sample copies: o r I ?over:this important to the convention. Special kt- Atlantic, who'can testify to., tbe evil sYbung man, Swede;<21.Jearold: ;;: .' r

:;rY BayV_ 'country.tar *.Tbl8 7whoie.:: "'section papers,,'thereby Endeavoring}to (filch in her history Miami, ,does not' forget tention was given to the tnovementamong 'effects 'of' vaccination-some 'direst, an good experiencedvegetablagrower worker wishes employment;with ha*,; f..Ii".,,;./

.'.: t JBBut :'prosper asMicmi-prospers.-; from 'the-llaradrous"some of the results : that_she;is:: part'0('.Florida,and jthat Christian ..Ehdeavorers 'to increase such as partial blindness, and'others";; had experience in Sweden but wants tol$-r; .:. .:

: ) \tiqiast t;/jju band In, hand:with Miami .of the:,enterpriser .t.1w =shown l Injjiis her, progress..will be,, reflected' In'no IntereSt-fa missions and in systematic ' .least expected.. ', *' '. I. learn about vegetable grdwingin, Flor-. ; ;."" .

.. .Sf The eommeroe and'malls and.panen- mitterwithout the expenditure.o f small.measure..npon the whole, State, benefolence."Mr. .- , Consumption and catarrh h t hive increased . iBda.b Address" .... PJ. ;Weater: ,.West" Palm:..- i .k"

.I r.traflla of.the Booth'American,ports! on their part.Parmera) recelyingisampie Whichi)Becomes'the) highway 'tftmca .;Edward B.: Rood' .of, Glenwoodpfteiided'over within 40 ,. Q"J; I" H-tf/: oJ' '- 'K .
money : t : the last years to an IT .. .. ,
;,. 'ii.' *:well that of.the: '.th Ba'Bsrnsi h1 ;1ie .e D'the:new land of the l +the convention in a very 11> .. .,. !l-t- "" ...... --. .. k
as *
T .. AntlUes, -, <<\ .copies of other papers;we enormous .exte t. Wfio r:knows;what, tt1; ( : '' ""SaC,1:J, 7,..-, ,,; & ':.
; ,.'...the. ;B arbadoesmust' largely trust_ ,will:give,'the;'credit of.this'enterprise ; South and tbe oil:country that has as- satisfactory" manner...:: seeds<< Of those 'dAji lj gyllk irp''born l fn L'i':: 1'0 r ., :t..,....:"" 61;. "
', ;goome It'isl' sumi4the c :of 'foster'mother both ''One of the moat'interesting feature'stbeconyention"was | Cffbicelota in Misjfc Cash or install .. .
;J< ; our GWay. but> natural \to ,tbe'papei'.t4: '. which it.belongvThie part that love ij 1n ant whose healthy'vac. wen r ) .iS.Isek .
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oox'Oodoc'te
r jl tJ l ihla$ ooaoluslon., Miami in tit ; "'Utraorotia has'madeVn' in,war and peaces of' : l a "question CJ ; cine,batterJa never questioned? Fir. 'i 4.4wyclHousework I1 '.

:,;-;:,. voba'" 'be'" -the.. ,//faUwmy. of"'the''Bouth.to honest,:-expenditure;;;of money;in .an The new" ship l ,.ri it a handsome. ,one,1 J '! b1'.Pmfd-e Rood. 'Ob but doctor the -" V -4" I
our procures'
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D tbelll iotbe enterprise! which must\be'to the interests fleet. and'espedillj adapted. to '.this The... 'convention. wu_vet _fortunate ,, Wanted.

2.; :_ W ':& "aouCTsjaxQ'or:P.,. "The' of the farmers. ,which otter papers trade. r '*-r* Ii : .. ..:, t udance :Miss. ," ei other t lymph children from headquarters"' That does, not notim from Four young Swediab-American girls, _

''', eoaaaeneement 'of thekavanalfcs eU had not; ,the ;enterpriw or.nervetoatr Tbe main' the
"x" who in''COnnectiOn with prove case, for even should it come positions in Miami In office a
: of :a1 .rdrawifigMroom ?Jtban stores or
: i another straw which shows thettlrcctfp mansion's.
,. only ..' !t Miss BugeijfDijtona preaented'audIUaitrited.ork from tbe cow direct the same theory.ofnnhealtbfuloess housekeepers with private families.'f ...
.. of the wlDcl.' quarters qfa>Iteamer,1. ricbllrfurwith .. '
wTiIPCBTANQS .. Juan i
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good as -- c
.< ', 1 :' .'. -:..;. "" ; ,, '. . brtlllintlrllgbted electricity among. the children MAud M Broad It. New York N. .. ,a '
'. ', '. .. -.- -. u,- --, ... \ SO'# ", of children.: ; ' I.. ',: ; <' : ;
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\ ; t:,; ,' and,'.lIke.j stateroome'eicellentlykientllated ;.' ; 'very J Interestingly.' ; About 40 of those J.. ':'...,; '. -: !': ;! .
some
: Of MLiML : iOa Sunday evening I tujixt at the Presbyterlia / In this spacious J. 'The Tjonyention.;: ;meeting Sunday :'years ago< ( ". -'

.. .. .- '',yid Tiies.Uafon sad twee.. ;. :.. -t i., _pavilion a. song Hnice".m;. section\ enameled{waJIJ.: aretastefallyrellei : 'evening was conducted by. Rey" .: F.J.Iongdon persons 'In England who saw tbe evils ,; -7\. A-NirrowBuape.. r ,{./t. ':r_!I.4: ; .. ;J
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of' this enforced law formed league ; a / >- --
rl4eoent: events binsaddeulytigivenitlorldaandher' begtven'undertthe auspicesofjwcboir. '
DeLand. :
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: i; wltb' decorations of white:.and ''rTbankful jrhtteri 'Mza.cMa .
wo by >
interest .'with the ,/; I the' Rood was into:which, was paid a certain sutra to
> national A >" following gold ') : : . '" : 'For ensuing year Mr. E. HartofGrotouo'Jt. Was staken "t} L 1" f
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,!tel rieter,:wit"we are eonfldent wiUoto PfiOG&JLMf. ,.> f : :: i > .-. < 1 're-elected 'president; and.Misa Edith defray, among, ether. tbkrgs y ,, the t'S.f with i bad'eo1d ;whica' 5etB8cHon rp 1 ...r' ,..":::-

.!1..: .' ; forgotten: ;lot} Ignored 'jy) four sit -,....'IWasGlad".-.... .. ... ....".'.M.ri..A..u-&"'.:::."..Sr: !.ChotrPrayer. __ ( Monthly.School f Board Meeting.iis' .. ;: Foulke?,of f Ormond-was'ciidseu": :; a ere- pease and: flue' of any of its memberswhY longs;-cough aet, inv:and*finally/;'term"' ."-., ..- .. '
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!H > >* * summoned for Dated in consumption. Four doctors : :
:, .representatives in)irasbing4on. From Basing,.........!;,.....;...-.;:iMtaa; ItK* Paris ?" WMT PAIJC B i.CH'Dec/C' : ,-*<>&' t"r;. ; : f "ft'r -" 'were' nonobservance gave m*np,saying X could'::1i1'8.;;but?.}rs j" \" : 1;
Mtvt) the'f rontler ',baa', ... ..... ,., ... stall ; -meed tbrongbout' of the!' law. Two friends yery
+ States a"-" be Chdr
[* 1oaI, : n. CODaTept1Oa'OrtaATQUTWT . ;BeguUr, meeting of the school board jThe g; was.on laThe abort lime=. I gave myself up tam Bar-* '-s -.... iJ
Tomethe- flr consideration in Di ZT.ltemuu' .' high'epiriwal'plaae l dear, to us,'one of whom "rested from iour,determined If I.could not with-, '
point of \ was held to-day.; :.Pi ieQt,J.W Jackson ; ;:, pe pple"ofDsytona'minUinedtbeirreputatlon stay. ; .. .j
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tae deTtlopaaeot of : ;broad ,JIoIJ.pIrIt. ..; : hi i*, labors'a, : few y rra ago, Worked my,friend*on earth, I"'would"'tttfy..'
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policy
as
.... ..... J.W, 'W; "Widmeyer ; : '
<.f..a.. %i.,.. ; .v; .Drl ynktfcfllfr : Comstockj . the catIr 's'ure absent''ones' above lMy .boabandwas" 'I- .
';:tike"TJn on affectinf. the:!tntori' of ?.A.DCt1s. Sermsd.:.;? .MIu| Thompson and Z.JMerritt.:: secretary.' .. ., '. for hospitality.f' !t f.It/was. : a..good me tt hard for ftrj'j: g they abvised to get? Dr. King's;New.Discovery r"" : : : ..' ...1.:j t

j tbe e Unentfromona of; the: least Bonf.. ;....:.r .. ....-.;*,.Cbolranh OooKrecatloa .Minutes of last]meeting read. aad ap* t Ing.(Come". --' ",": would accompli!, &"...-: amendment fn for Consumption Coughs and Golds' JTf4rsveitatriltookinaTieIgbtvbottres. ; *' .r: ": z, '

'among her slst n,'shelbaa ,become'Uw I ;)Friends of the choir ire requested to proved.:- rC _' :/v; f "*&i : \ -u.1,4 , _. < .r ,!. the compulsory, art. :- r T : .";., Xi ,'.

',. .'keylof o.f'system of coast defense and '.i select. "iarorlte_.pieces.:from: GospelHymns ,, "'Tbe:Superintendent| ;presented"tbefo1Iowing' \ b ,AFdghtfnlBlundet. ..., .. . ;' jbur pride; iu thy: freedom ot'tpeSatesreceIved It has cured me.and f.haDkGod.woman.4]I am" L r -; # .<
\ ;;'- VrtufeSbock( Iu" saved and now swell and healthy
'ihe\ ifTiitegl0:16ttt0n tnetee; }of ,a which:wJQ.be sung;during..the ', JWittof tin 187When.flmsllpcrlcraine
: Visited' all/the clues s bomblebara, scald ,
: ];report : : : the i { Trial bottles free at Townley,Brp :Drag t
; fwIgnrwar.I: ,LoaillntsrataalloaWnotbe111otiedtool senfice.ll. L ._ ... schools in. :the.' northern,,part'of';theimnnty oar I or:;.bruise.:,.Bncklen'a. 'Arnica Salve, ; : to town in :Store \ .Regular:'.:size. y:'SOc.. 'andflUXX.. "
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+ . .. ," I in the .world will kill the : which !fe.Jh..i. ...n.d dur childrenfcur.of '- '
the best
,. .. eo r tlae.fcs, tnaOoAgRSemea's -I- ,.and found as"a role goody. < r' and promptly heal ft.: Cares:old soree,. them-were; not allowed to nt-
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Noyeni
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noebe1.bt Weather
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: teachers in
all
and : the earnest >
tevereoree'bleers,: boils,, .felony, :
*sU wpport'of public opinion f at:home 'MktPienatureTr.B1ghesttempertitun,82. '. ..: ; corns tend iliepuwr! i a' p'h.I" bwaHfewewould VIRAL' TRU8TW4OlltHY i I ? *t.
: 'f their.:(.or The;: discipline is better all skin eruptions.; Bc t pile.core:.on 4
b: filling their,plain. duty _of dririaif : ;on the 29th.towest than i : 'usualii:,,'I employed;'1D..s NIta earth. Only 25 eta,'a'box Cure guar not have them vaccinated. We. I Dna**. 10 their,,,D"la own this and stew nearbr to man.eoontlei.U..... our bud.is'"l r-,>;,of ,. $' n

,Jtbe'conTicUon OOQM to' 'tile"jodgof temperature Rt_fiC0;on the 80th.. Oneal as third :assistant l in-the':.Miami anaedSoldby. ,Tolrnley l Bros./ d rag. were_ not. summoned to court<<, ,.neitherhidweto'parflues ':mainly office work eoDdoet at home. Seisryetratlht ; +
... 6-1-p' WOO a year and expensea-deentte. t' '
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and for
:Jieat'o oprrigdoeai leittsrtir ,..aratnit!daily ravage of.temperature; school. The-present:enrollment: ia.164. f:.. ', ''- ,i """ ; lucky our boDaBdefnomore.nolentaUr>llontliiyf7&. :' :. , -
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children 'their'' parents neierenera.tiKnciose'selladdressed stamped ..;
dootliesEn .t. : : could teach
{rTtM :Horlda, will I" ;
pela
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1! I herewith hand sat'report: :of .the eaTe1+ e, Herbert S.-Hem..Pr U.DepC.M,' '
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: ':MKTBOPOUS Job ,work'Is_tialto date. tbem'if ajarm'and: two wt're '' p
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sect? be otir'neireK: 'oonUnental >ap- Least daily range temperature 9** supervisors>> "'bt: all'',the.'schools_ except : < *. -K .. ,-, V- -- jv, ;'; _, :: ...'. ;':;", babies. i Chteasoyb206le1Wtap._ ,'f:, .. -
},roes,io the Kiflarsjroan oansil;'then ''Mean'.temperature, ; forthir. ;;. ,monthfor flee;which> ,is a'decided, ,Improvement ., J. '., --. 5" "::
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=fibs ostlon In contaci With Itamoat. inv '' wlodi,east.. terest is being!': bD"I:in the' "work .. ,. aY

}par ntirortign' '.:mpob iblllty.. _:The Maximum velocity of wind;82 miles. throughout the county.. .f also submita f' F

"" b rbors on the liorid*coast should be '.Totallacheer\.lnfaU:;i.l. I report of.the enrollment and attendance ,

"Joiji efttosertebe aectsdtiea'of' the I Greatest::rainfall' In- ,one day,;.71' :of the schools to December 1st, so .

;:Mtio0 In time of.war;and: to become inches;on'the.12tb;. ;...- \' far as Heard from> Tbe people) at'Ala l.. ' { Yy M

**. .td ; ta' ,,for. .'t1:"distribution:; ofAmerican '. :Average\rainfall. .'-for::Novemberfor pattab'.Pratrle. :r.P9f"ba'_ they are ..::

,trade I-peace. that'the merhiirine'maysjfatti ;. U years,*J9 Inches, f unable, to'urnlali .a" building' for'aschool. '!tc

1 Jbeeomiiwhat (< :Dtficlency.of rainfall for:,November. 'The,--policy-for;'l iosurance 'of k

"! Jt'sbould b ; ;: lse.w >sh&U'fled'; :oar U8;jDcb s. ' "; -- ::- ' the colored school blouse No. 1.at West ._..., I' ::}

Jkdrantages as* .against; gtber) naUooshoojinted _' ;Deficiency of rainfall since January' Palm, Beach;t..ltb: .the 'furniture. f Included i.;

in :trade"'or.'flgbt,/by the .lit,'19.40 inches; ,- amounting, to'>|600; for,three :;

'&"'aeeeeilty of traverainx wide ''wastes' of, :Number:of clear days,'ILNambarof '* Ji"m.'expires'December11901.'Warrantsto.theimountofs)840Mere.. It r
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:isoiw ocUIn. 'ouro'wn; ; ; : partly cloudy.days, 18.. 4

., etaM; ii for_ Instance* :Here Vapurposes' .Nomberof cloudy:days, 4.:' aged.for .the.: .payment of; teachers. '
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idai!abl"p laced tor aU: .The.i;;abote-data 'Is'furoUhed; .usthromgb.tbe since last IDfetla,.. -" tai '

ofaeace or-war.whosft: 'natural ad*anu'gfs eocrteegofJ..Croatr'; Isaac .M.:B w1t. appolatm.as IU- t 1I 1f 1\\

." .r I have:been left to)nature entirely" weather, bureau,,observer';',at', Jupiter,, pervisor It ZemomCity: colored, school

'. :- 'iaIIa'.befa'Rfrl"fllted, ''' ..,-, ,h, , thlscottnty. .* f >a was- 'conflrmed.: \ : Fourteenth S between Atemnes B and ( Ala. December 15S .
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We are now opening a large line of Bedroom Suits Chairs .
up Tables Rockers and '
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Bedding ; in fact as large < ..f
e a line of FURNITURE as there is in the State. We respectfully ask you to call:, and examine same. ' ,

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.Don't forget to see our line of Holl- If want the newest and most through the
MIAMI MINCE MEAT.IUJ you pine woods to the 'rl er. but after had offices named
day Goods. ASTHOHT BROS. most pleasant place for your mealsto go At the river bank each of the horses the sun thawed' out tfieir u they are Invited to,
Mrs. Jessie Moore Glidewell's restaurant, MCTBOPOUB took "s fingers they changed their minds and examine the Mrrxorotis'a Jirt?at..the
of Winthrop. block. 6-4-tf opposite sides oftree, wh'ich went to making ,crates and .shipping different poat fDoes. Here I,' ..the' ," .
'! ; Minor Mueeliueou Mini i Matters' Mass., writes the METROPOLIS: to naturally resulted disastrously to team/ eggplants. Mr. James Hubel baa :an Sunny Land's subscription list; '

? Modestly Heitionei change her paper from! that city to Win. Hatchett and M. C. Gay have,i harness and carriage which became exceptionally fine field of bearing FortLauderdale ...-...,....*....,..., 2, ';
Cocoanut Grove, where she will secured a patent on a wrench which i is mixed OJns ...-.... .... .'
spend up indiscriminately, the horses plants. Hnbe is on the highroad ............ ........ .i.,k
the winter at her handsome winter self-adjusting to any sized pipe or heading toward tbecarriagelying n "top Cocoanut Grove.................. lit 4
W. C. Cannon home. other substance either square-or round. on the, ground with the fortune with his crop. All be"needs Lemon City........:.............;;.. ., j
of the Orange Times' Mr. Hatchett will north in the tight about their ,lines! .drawn now is a wife to make him the happiest. Buena Vista'......................-.-.- !-. r
has been in the city this week. C. M. Milburn returned last night and go necks, both gasping and most contented democrat in' ,Dade Little Elver ......u...;........-... I :
Interest some
spring attempt to for breath. The lines Halland.:........ .. ... '
night from Daytona where he were cut away .v..i. ; ,..... 0,
i ; Tbe Presbyterian church has had a for had been manufacturers. of wrenches in its man and the harness taken to pieces and the county. Modelo ...::>" ........ ..'.-,:;.;, .... .., O. .,
: ; R fine new organ placed in the parillon. several weeks recuperating from a Cutler .. ....... ?
ufacture. horses relieved.. There is a fine crop of bachelors at , '.H. ;<...i'.4. ,.viO.,
R. i surgical operation for appendicitis. dead They were ao nearly Bachelors' Hammock Miami not over-.:.;......,.-......:..:-7$
A. McPberrin from the and young
'- of West Palm. He has fully recovered and is ready for A correspondent, A. Watson Bur choking they hadeeInd..tba re ladies could make mistake our in Total 3r..i..*....,."....;.*!. .lf..li: ;;',
Beach.bas been In the city during the business again. nett of Cocoanut_ Grove, wants to it required several minutes no making Outside of Miami........ v.i.! BO
week in the interest of hit Lake Worth know where to coax them to. jelaction'there.
the Dade County Horticultural get upon their feet. This if i s long Rays from dooSle'the
Suitable for r
Ice Company. gifts Xmas ANTHONY BROS. Society has gone to? We sup- They, were then led a half mile beforeany Mr. John Douthlt has s fine lot of MzTBorbus ist,which has three post- '

We may be orer-confldent. We think pose it Is a case of every one's business one appeared to claim them, when tomatoes coming on at the home place. :offices tOwb h it is eending'earls.A. .. ......':.
' we can snit you in a,aboe. We sell a B. M. Chafer, manager of Watson's and probably as much that of the correspondent a.egf 6 stated'that they belonged to a' Johnny,,is doubtful at .times whether :larger list thin the entire! ); list'of:the .t.); ,

r-k great many. AWTBOVT BBC. hardware week, was called to Jacksonvillethis as any one else. If others nerTJ: med Page. from whom they be would rather make a crop of attend Sunny Land. outside jit;:Af ikind .T;_.* .

(; 4v George Bumph this week purchased to serve on the grand jury have failed why should not Mr. Bur ad run sway at the dock. That is the school at BUcayne. We don't 'blame' lOutb.'of New Blver., ;It has onqpeek. ,. ''

{ of E, A. Waddell SO acres'of Haddock in the United States Circuit Court, nett try his hand at organization We last we have lelrned'ot them. They him, for there are others, who are office outside' of Miami; to' whichiti.tasendingthree ;;: :J" -.Ti: '

Ye. ; Jenning1 land at Cocoa Plum Point : now sitting, much to his dissatisfaction. believe he would succeed. were both badly bruised and cut op, feeling that a little schooling! there, times,'u.many; as". the .tt .:..

,: for Batper..cre.Proprietor Fancy goods for Xmas at' Anthony tree either by coming? In contact with ,the I would be a pleasant thing for them. Sunny,"Land's-=entirV ltstooteldeof'e[ :: t'Y.,

I ,Paul Ransom and mother of Buffalo, Bros. or falling upon the rocks. As the Miami;' It has one pbstofllc*oottide, t
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Lang of the Miami drug team started,on their ; t'i
.N. Y., together with a friend from Prof. runaway they 4 of.Miami to which It i* sending list' '

atore the fitting of the op a ladles' alcove in Philadelphia, t.Mr Barnes, have ar.rindiibettwinter. Fred for Kann the of -JacksonvilleState run over a young man named ',C,has.Bicbie TALKING ABOUT 8UBSCBIPTION, aa large aa the entire'.list of.the Sonny .- ,.:
rear store for in agent Mathushek piano .
DM connection who was awheel
: home adjoining and badly broilIng Land Booth of'New&j&-Jaam: {, >, _.,..'rfrih.:
with his cool drink business: manager for the Ludden & ;Bates his bead tfs
the l honsifof Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Mun- and spraining his back Hot of Uw M tropbll; tat of the Boar laad. elud< music perI"
house was in the city this :.week and one ankle. _____ '
L E. 0. Wood and wife of Erwin, Okla roe at Oocornut. Grove. in connection with his business. Being Both wheels' andborseapUled'oJer lent byatbe Sonny;>:L ndtVcomplim n-. ,

. homa, were guests at the Miami Nice line jewelry for X nas. taken suddenly ill with asthma h Mr. Bltcbie.e Two weeks since the Mrraoroiismade tary and aU.,.and; only/the/paid; ,:M*>- c Iscribers '>
' mention of the
.. Wednesday and and Line of solid gold for amount'of sub of Mrrxorous..:/ .
Thursday, wenton ANTHONY jewelry Xmas.
y BROS. was compelled to return homed An advertisement , scribers to the 4 \'
Sunny
certain
Landt, '
down AKTHOXY If the Land
to Cutler prospecting Baoe. Sonny; or'the"bnelnessmen .
the
of Mathushek ..
will be
The hotels points la the county.. Itwasnot :
have been ; want .
filling up very found where 4 I I anything more definite ihaathis "
on
our eighth It. ,
Ask to see the new swell hat for fast during the past week with winter page, Prof. the Mrntorous's idea ,to belittle I they asking too mach''o(-u. Wit "': -
Kann ALAPATTAH
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has
men AKTHOHY Baos.Mr. taken space for two years. .PRAIBIE.Mr. the list _
young. guests. From now on newspaper hotel m subscription of "the Sunny. shall hire to decline to pursue the sobsL .

wL :. 9 .., and..Mrs.... . Thomas! .__P. 'Marshall mention most, be' confined largely to D. J. Radebaugh brought to our L. 0.. Oliver l-in his handsome Land but to protect itself.. When thee ,-,Ject further;", v-" f'i* '
r ,Rau 0'' tww Children' 'say are. )(. Kiflba1f..o'.pJit.abarlP itemt.eepecial'iitereit. concerning'office this mornlnor' A West Indian' Tarn new,turnout,'honored A our claim is made that the rabacrintioD1st I<:.The 1In ua h_ noM" ......... ... ...... :;
prairie with
':. .,arrived it',the particular. ats., The list is growing, raised on the corner of Ave. D,Ind.4tbstreet fir.presence on Friday last. of tbeSunny.Land Is double: that ough canvas of_ Miami- yet'bat'will stake;; :f :rI

Miami,, last' 'night'. :.for.,..their- ,third too large. to reach all. which weight 11} pounds., 'It of the MxTsbrous sod this ,.paper I[tsjudgmen Von results;so farobtained* '

.tl winter... *, '- chief clerk, and .Chas. any kind. The foliage of a plant, I is rattlesnake on the far. 'side ,of the Lands sent to each poetofflce south':of going to Miami postoflke. "*jjt -:'' 2,
Mn.Jeisle'Htscocksnd son Bert, of Jenkins, chef of the. Placide Hotel at l prairie last New Klver outside' ,_ > Ije.:, :
similar to,a sweet potato.. The yam is Monday of,Miami and.eould .- .1 ; .
Philadelphia{iister'&nd,, and Jacksonville, ar .now in their ;;i-o.1 : -.L., j oJ.
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s 1 John \Welhe.of;; tlwta, :son oepxew of ,Mrs.Ada respective-capacities serving the Hotel Mi white in l like color okra and'has to the a gelatine taat substance It Is- ]Mr.out C.'E./Scott baa Just finished'setting give tradlction..that list,,it,exactly wasj empty,challenging;a ,question con-r of .:...".... -, ... ,4"......".,._.......... ., ..'. -, ;/ti.1";.;.,
:4 ',.Welbe ;' ,the ami. 'They are both expertS' in five acres of 'tomatoes and : From the JraaA *'
are home of toe theirline. used as self defense and, of. Guaidlan;' r
a potato, being first parboiled protection basinew .rWeleirn ,
A'.> _latter for tbe winter; PrOprietor'Tbompson! has made hopes.to get out five acres more:.this :. ( 1 "iJi. *
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; afro who are iromMeBinngfaa
; advertising' in one ;,
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,, .: -:-. Table- -W boarders/supplied, v i ,.. _,. with' t the. : a wise choice, !In the selection,'of these Gr Cranberries er'. store. immense,, 'at,,6-5-2t;O. M, citrus season.'gaowing:Mr. Scott on .I rfs large'also scale going tiay into or'both of the papers,to"rit'e'either rOOm!'to Tyler:::i*; Co.:tbat..arrangemento nave; :1"1.:. -

-: ,< best of meals'U per.week at Gllde- men* 606 v our knowledge. 'A suhscrlptlop'Hst l I of been mide' byDthemaelve rand::otbsrl'" ..
=r '\.. .',well' James Crawford, civil planted trees. :L. '' for; of-the 'a J "
P. a taking
s'ratnnnt'Aee. engineerof care
' opposite Hon./F. S Morse has this week sold 'newspaper' is valuable to; advertisers help that will } "i'
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--. ,. ;;HotelMiamlv.. '.i \ 6v -*:-tf'-$ '" the following: parties land'in the i,section Philadelphia who' has,been in Havana Oapt. Key.is preparing.to set ou\ a acoordtogtaltssize.TberSaaogl.ind:: .: shortly i be:, o D&'NW: iCtO can, -; ,

Lee;:MoBridei' ':of,;CIeve/an/
.. executor:.of]the, Tuttle 'estate, is eipected ::- of:pine I and prairie land at (pjus; there soon after the surrender,,'was a Mrs.:Jos. W. Johnson bad the'pleasure r colnma to::deny the truthfulness"of theMETROPOLIS'S Harrington'and,'Mr.'Potter; a member I

.; "I In.In.tbe'clty thisweek..when: : : i be P..H.-Loud: 'of South: Carolina, 45 acres passenger on,the ,Mi ml' Wednesday. of: .entertaining Miss' Amanda' "statement ,as "to the : of the.firmi; are: here,,superinteadlnjit F. ;, '_;-

t.i t t:.! : 4 ,will I commence the work of placing the of pine and prairie,land at,Cjus; HughLatimer morning; Mr.: Crawford, has been engaged Fleming;one of Mlami accomplished nuniber of)its'subscribers,atHbe."same I the preparations' I in anticipation of the:: / : !t;.

:{ estate',.In inch shape-asj; to bring the otLero. City; 20 acres opine f in locating camps and looking young ladies, Saturday'arid Sunday.Mr. time 'that !it ignores oar; 'statements+ 'arrival. :of, the?partisans: JL reading: --:- ;L

,: : best results I skid prairieiand, 'at Ojas. after measures to the betterment o t.J. as' coming.'feom' '' an "alleged, tial-t, room -rovideUa; which; r writing: Yt.

'. . .. .. '.'.... '" ....' ......... ... the health and. sanitary condition' I of... tie EJ' A. 'addetlwas observed,,on:: TJiar.' ; laughable, surely 1>The: JMx: tables,' etcr: Facilities'will:be pie en. ..'ft 'Ii
IIa area.,. rfethfs'weekMrivinjr. a !very!; znoroiai has made 1whiffs;iaiTjnatter.citi be T"i' '
.. a bou e io:howe : .
; !:_ ,F.'r. Budfle! has'this week received fondsome, H. < horse.' ; <* .. caviar of every section l the county sad ,:deliTered whicbdonbtlas wilt bI:" ,.. -t': {. :. '

; "ferj five carloads .furniture for hIs!'new **On Saturday\ "Jast ,Yeun.elt, tHighman south of; New filter and()kuows'. .the'u',. ,veryYooafealent..for the :men. :The' !/.' ,.
; : : furniture 'bad|four act"aabscrlptiou list ai{ Brit. .batch of skilled-workmen'will ar.> MF' '
.tt4WrlI rtl 1-e''S .store now, under course, ofconstruction. .. helpers-. and :are >very. poatofflce ; ( ..f:: .
., The second story of' :theAvenue'D striving hard'to. finish ,planting this from Information derveddurIogthIr( ; rive during thia month and wma ifintr .r i..

: nr n front.of Mr. Budge's, fnrnlture '- week: eat1'al"J! This list we given as 'it give( their; :;:attention to the)I oyalS. lc; . .

: \ : store will be',of 'glass and when 'iMr. W; N,,, Johnson' completed, his was when'we' made. oar canvas and it is i tonal;1 in.:getting, {thaV:place 'readyfor: ;: W +<

f. ') > _' ,. f '_ , '"'' filled,wish! choice? furniture will present residenceoa_ .Tuesday.Mr.and doubtful if by missing, apublicationnow'and l the'riliikru"asont. -;" >After-the boteflapreparedJoperations'wiU I ',,!
'>O >"i'"" :!:';. ; .: 4 ;;:, ."- ", .!" 1. ,' f> A'very.:handsome appearance fro m' : then since that- time"the I' be obmmencedon 1 :

j|t.. .> Haveyi\ : t., o ne,(fru- 'a .n ewe'lot ::6f' the, street. The .five\ ,carloads were Mrs. 'J,'W' .,Johnson entertained Sunl.i and J baa" Increased its:circulation :' the new; hotel a;by which tIme arlin- 't. 1-
created'
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musicale. = number"of r
J stored In the:building. ar'soon as (be Saturday after : 'to;an1" remaihable'exteot.' 'We .I. u'WUl" be: 't'L."....'
: d "". roof eve on. 'J' '.. ? nood'1n< :, honor of their guest'Miss' a give: this as a-pointer! for advertisers Der.. -,, -",.., .; r'U r....' ....,>

F* : :J"V : : : : :: . ,. Fleming.Ami g those'present war e and'challenge'toe Sunny Land to state "J" -- .. _.,"Air' ,I. ( ... .t'a', .
,, D' ; /4v.VVVarfecl Choice articles Fn sterling silver. Miss Amsnda Fleming> ;Miss S:TroTie 1," wherein:lour figures .-toni/It'J, 'J'or sele :n' .""' ,__ .:JIJ" :

<" }6't :a 4RTloaiY Baos. M,:and Mrs,J.: W..'Jobnsonltn: :;B. the number, invite business men-to ex.amlne : Houseofflve'roomsrooraertotutb': :

rr? : John Harp of Lemon City, whobeen has Bi': Hopson a idKe"'ni'B..W'Padret t, ',lta list: at ,the different' street and. :;Ave.-A.. d, 'Inquire,' on tac -.-", : .".t.
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: : ,mustered. but of the lit Fla.Befit, Ji PeVan, J. K Balney,Jim Hob b. j. \ .s ...
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> desirous 'of ttiuK inlo( "'theJJDghVat ,Eddy1 Johnson.: : : : --i.. !: .::: ;' : ,i .r
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;: .. : and"weliassorted. The Santiago'and,j therefore resorted ,to a B.to We, DesireTo ; .- > : ;
Mr. lUn. hAs recently purchased t : I = 1. ". : '
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Fr :I\w .- n?' ,';?'Pf "D.RESS|', GOODS: "> *is, that way was In tbrthickest;* of the .\ i a team.of moles" ; and wagon. ., ...........t-> ". .,... ","'". ,.' -'"i't);," '." -1-.,..,:y;'. t.". .'- 'f..,.. ': .:t' ,...;.

1 ; bullets at ElCany heights 'on July'8d. Jno. B,Belly I :mayor of. ;;:MIami,.and call ,the ttenttotfwobeautiful . ; :
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specialistattfactive and ; droVe
> up-to-date.l lie see In come hot places and depleted across the prairie line 'fe.- w .t; *+..4

E"* i f- *?''' "' V'':; his belt of cartridges; but camp;oat'all Tu SdayeveilnR.I ,_ -; L: ;;:' . Q :gbpds. ; which,
l-v / ; ? \ >- ',1 "' >-'-\ safe' and sound.. :Dade couut'taproa d "While: riding out" on a :wheeltlastTuesday ; received_ ana for thaWeek. .,: : ... i. gt rani ', 'J ;;:r.' t ) -:, .... ..
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.., : : : : to have a boy in the only. land battle :'Mr.,:L. Chandler.'obsenedthree ''': ' ;, ., ::t

) T of-the war., coons in a,tree and o.'he :had con- : U:: 4- : :- , ijl.7'

"Tbe. '' efdtTi Feportbittling"irttbtbem, ; ,Oeeenrber 12 -
\ .. \ : ? Copper Princess, the fast of 6 t
*: :: r : r.7."J ', Kirk Munroe'a' boys' books, 'has just Oat of the three if.( :Chandler exbibiih } : .(

: 4 r ;vi, For :.Suits-: J ;Waists: itd>Trlmmin; sThiSftks been.issued from, the .pres .' It>contains : ed two' fona, ', one-"'dead' and' the'other ., 14(' *" C *
; .237: .and alive and in good spirit ""'" 'We. will l offer. '
tA' v> octavo.piga; Is .hand- jI ,. --W'''''' ,. .. ? atgreater: :reduced. ,prices than, -: : "PJ
xaife ,
i } "** "rhdescribably' ;;:::lovely' : and .. so ,0mell.prlnted and bound.. 'MrjpMunroesecuredXtbefoundation ' "-.)( Uarry;:Scruggs.'.spent 'Monday 1n / ',the';. 'buyers of ,Miami; have *ever heretofore: fr" r; lprofited'by. .. t tf '

v : work,(for I In her tomato:patch.1: *% \' } .
P.PV ';* \: treasonableih/pnbe' ;: :!: .: ir't. t .. thkstory\from: ; ,tbe copper. mines-of -:H K'- -:{. : .''. '., r' --1 t. ,'\ >* ,. *' '' : *&&- :; &# >*"&$
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': :. :- : ;; : : ; c ,:' ;:;?' dtiring'a'vfeit: ;;,to/that section' J'n'the i thence*' '10.planting*"._. thlstweek.1',-' \, y.J"-= A'-haadaonke',: Line of. I'" A stock, ; J 1. .' r-j.r L. : l" :

: ; summer of 1tiS1TMr: /Monroe hoe''we 'Mr.; H; l.TDowriing l and wife, moved\ :LadlesShlrtWatsts': ofOENTSl :: : :': "'":
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: ,. .noes. - "uQ.es. morev-books;in cosinepublieiittonvfbichiretobelaeoedfro of I into...thelrnew home on:Wednesday."M. : .' .. : " YODTBS'atia jo, ? .. .
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/.' *-* .. }.t. 'SHcjiesi'!" <1.because .'wi&,- -- '.-'hare-' the. ,Jest :-*,' .."Captain: ) Lloyd! 0. Griscom' of' PtiU a-> '. Crash and. SI'lk', 'Skirts' '\To- go regardieee of'j.:* < f #-| .
: 'and: dclpbia,1.who has been in Havana since r :. Z. -
h Mr4zdIngallshilbeen'speading ? ; :
k ./ ; QJ.oS1fyJi: <: :Our Sclipbare ; x : a In all design*. > -
: ? September the :
'-" with ;U.:S. diplomatic few- ;.it : s--x"-t '.
days at
: .; ,: SHoes: ''': <, commissioners l sent tbere'with: dano'eerrlagbia, count""ry :,' T3IC'-CI:.: pKIL 'rS. Men's. .and Boys' Shoes . : g -
tough General .
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joryman
are weafersand: vyilii. u : ,_ .
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not disaointWe'also Y9-! : .. ., ; ;. ,*-'- of Havana, waa'm passenger on :John Harp;who hoped to get to Ladles'l'.BroadcIoth.- ", ; ... . and, Plash, -. ..., .. ... 't'; '. --" If. ,.. }, f; ,: :,_>, 't .
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Cuba ; ,_
o tbe-Mt mCooher., : "first Intime,to. assist In, its liberation : -+ 'CAPSiETC., .. ): .J ..
:; trip from .
">( nice' line "'= .' H a from':;Spsnlsb rule ''with" . f QAPE5, J"'"' :'jf.! ; '1., ., ... ....'.*,,,,-',:.', ; ,, ItYf a ;,, :.of. vans :Captain ".Griscom"reports' that Florida ; oneof- ; : the ;: :,. ,-. ,' 1 Come.. .'.in.... 1: ,Examine' oar good' ,bear oari". "" >, ,E'....t'f" r-r
about > regiments,.has 'been mustered " '"'
; . 5,(00 Spaniards'diilgare" CLOAKS f ETC" l "
leaving ; rSc.aad.h. ooaviaad: t )
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r : tti Havana III I full, of.tor;foreign Spain l transports.and'that.the.bids,!harbor stated :out his homeatead'on of service and Snake will soon Creek.return' Alet-"to. :, i. : : ; : -, .: <::'J:;> ;
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; k Geuts'Fiirliisbillg} a that,tbeSpinliide'ue;,e1".oglJ'.t:.to-: Harp,states ,he baa "It-c., ._ < ; FRANTheWlilter . r.1 _
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] wards"American: officers!! ,and that.I it J Is: :seen;no place quite equal to Biscayne --. """J' , ,.- ,'' '- ; '. !,- '" . ; \ 11" ,;.,. .

.. .. \ : Bay and be hopes to in,' ,.,.,. -.... .... ... 4!. '
:-.f... .,"r', '". ,.-.;:' : ,it"'It. '. : <'. '__, ,, ' .,. ;: .. . )nd.uncommon i : ; .thing'for/anvOfficerto: : return- .time- to -' ,' -' 'J -'t't l, .
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u : \, : '. ;:. .' a .crowded intentionally from the- ,get lat. crop on his farm;.. '= \' "', '
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::j : :: ;.. .i' > ,. ... : ,l.'.\iralkJnt..! the,gutter:.-,'.". .._ ,I'' Mrs.FIno'A.:8oop'entertained' .a.t!:.a flaveuNursenes \ : !! ;
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.. :; t" =- chicken dinner Mnu '
.Wednesday last
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: : MRTaoroUI representative: s_
: : be. : .. OJfcr UrfVitock Ot.>r/u- roIIalItra'rreef.e0yl'lltae-the_.bell varletiM,ltd f .1 .kfi4
Blla i'; Wlnfleld -' :, : ,
tt J .J.n., kf 'W h :k'came very much, miaeq I ; 'op'with ; Mrs Berti0.amt c; ',EABLT-SaUflma, Paraoa Brovn" t
varie :x ;:..;c fje p er .[t than . "i.jrninavraylteanii Misses Grace and' Garrett Boooe'e Earl ;; /-.c; ...- u
i ( Sunday.nigbtlastwhileire- : |sab eIle and 'HID E5p -TanI8riM,' ppJeld..S : ::J
tR; & : a v own. i i:4 Q.. 'tJ*. : dY' turnip! 'MsBterTC11rl'Qarrett.. ::Hls',lubelle .( Baby;Amory, and Jolla Blood*:MJcha.: V Wswh..lfanl '.' ."l;. .! '., _
: ; = tJf3.. i it vro iy.s :t! owJl5 e t.. from? ttt't' <..rminal ,. .., ,: r"-....
.... .... ...+' '. "' ,- ;.'. N- .....i.-'! .;.; N4' p. ..' ::. ';c.'. . '; :' pier, ,A team came:rushing:-P 'and-Master- ;Carl. :have
::-P.o.>-' .'' .,:y..:' -"". ., ,". ,..; ours":!0":p.1 ease)0>> , :! : ;,\,, :V":""', A.,;: behind him on')Jtibj'stfeet;' when: betook but we are pleased ito Itite are ioir' ")'. .Villa, France Lemon,;.Tabita JJoae,Komqnat&r'j p'G: ... !. .. -,:':'::;'_.;," ,

... : -: ..t...:;... ..::.'.. .:. ':__ ... ,., 'totheWOOds. .;wbile.ther ..pIUedIt.d ; :*Terf.inbch"better.sat* -*%, j&--=.* fv;-T-; v9" '*,* ;;: ;: -;.'! - 1.fZ'..''"4 CC ,, "-. -.' ';;- ::J8II. W

f. Y fry I ..t-i. 'ollowed. item up to the end'he young gentlemen ii Bachelors' t.TR'E"ES" doubt re budded lt1.opertmU-lve toroagh>:.FtoHfd.....,.;.,*,Ofh Ltr oaxltcbavpro.Mti.lond 10 .....dTl"t"l the..... 't, V? 7_04', ,
t fi i N M L TJURDTN' & t'y ''e p..nf'nt on the west slt.a of thd' Hammock were making toboggans the UU1ftlelt a>A m.- J iTeea' ,*Mttrlnf Ile U'C"IIUf return ""
f a ;,'" u... e Iof'tt d. be -f."P. Ur.andr--. .-...... .
where
" 1 '. aasawssKif/ K- ,team. .. ; qtr act.,VZM|I morning_, after. ourreceufc cold wave: ,] > RICHARD KLEMM, :' ..; i

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: and, thereafter are under the tutelage ]nearly extinct. These Indian will be ehildren from their. early association j .+ r '
MEN OF
_. IE 'GLMS.p md, instruction in the arts and tricks. ,compelled to fall back upon agriculture 'with the negroe ((the South' 'Ofie'ntbere ; [ '

t .: 1't,;. , JLJF :-*Y Yy '-_ The medicines are iiot generally efflacous for a living within the ;next;; three:to are found,Seminoles of the same ,BUY YQuR f "f' y ., ".-'. Y

. ..' kit "*?r ..;! c; and when an Indian becomes five years. -They have never asked'the name; .therrare_at.present, several of .r., t. ,
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? 'c on trib, U t.\ to 'Literature Concernp tick fie is apparently aware of this support of the government nt, and they the :name of'Osceols, the renowned' ; : L1
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.. ,. ':<' '"111 OUT.Beminolajfrotners.SEUINOLK8 fact, but through the courtesy due are free and happy in their condition warrior' and chief but"'so'far as t was :

't these, fellows, they invariably consult generally. *" able to learn none can claim'anylela- Xmas' Goods
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i ) them in preference the agency phyilcian. INTOXICATION. tionship except by name,and the children y L ,

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..: ; $ Upon their disease assuming amore .of.psceola, if ,there were any left : : !.
Tlt SXLF-OOTZRNXO BT A As.a general thing they are not 4 '; : }
..l\ .serious aspect they will then re- (it is Aid there were four);are lostfight"oL -fl ( 4l t.
addicted to the of intoxicating l.5' 1f.
\ habitually use
SYSTEM or LAWS TROY WHICH dolls FROM : ;
sortto play with
: _the agency for the white man'streatment liquors; but, like all otherjn- tThe girls ; "
zRR IS. 110 .U'1'BALi. '
skip the)rope, pretend housekeeping,
t dians, they have a Diking for.firewater, <
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:,, ; -- ., KELtmbx. and.when under Its, influence are'dangerous etc. The dolls are made in a'very simple 1 ;

'j. ". '';They/ .Hire. No BellgUm Beyond a Dint BeUeuTW They' hue no religion-that is, beyond persons-to have around; There bright-colored,manner by,,callous.thd.'lndians:, ,A ':,ball out .of is I ; ; : 2'

a diai belief in a future ur_. I Is no restraint on the traffic of liquont( "
Putnni Ufo='neIr YarrtagS < *:' formed for thee head out of cloth or rp. :.0. WiN'"L''E.J"B 8"O' "I'
the :
,:it. smear Is Simple, ,&D.L'rhF, : Morality and justice constitute among them, and I it imperative' that other material, and around this is lied : 1 : 'H f 'J :r '
0'o iS- *--ei tjT" foundation of, tbeir guidance in all be government take, some measure : I .
'KotaJa .An'QooL \ '' l : J r
allowed
piece of calico, a surplus being
a i
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e '' \ 'matters nof dut)'. Like all North Amer- for punishing those engaged in furnishing '.
: be __.... 'believe in the them which forms the dress. The : : : L ;
\ ican Indians, they well- with liquors. It is fur :/ .
manner : -
f "- 1 same of constructing:a-.doll! : .
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grounds"of the hereafter nished to them in the
knowri 'huntirfg Everglades'and ,
." ... .WAaalaoTox. ;;JtO-i: NOT 6.l898. where they shall all when can,also be seen ,ampng.the poor white They arequired c.om -line'of.'ever i thln :) : : r
Indulgein
Talnable contribution to the scantliterature visiting the towns.and .tradingpost. children-called'usually a"'rag baby." carry .: 'i: 'i '; :
the J joys of.the chase,a heaven particularly So far as I am awp.re"no liquors : '' '
i relatlngjo the Semlnole Indians ftr-tbe hrlstinag trade'.mc7ud. ; : r. \ -
The boys play at ball,akiptbe rope : :_ .114 :. ..
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of Florida has been made by setttslde'for; Indians are furnished them by the trader, and l' . ; .": l' i.? .t. ... .
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;, : I[and other games vrithasanucbecod: '" -',. , ' l : ,: :tt '
not learn that 'lng' ; .. .
.8peclatDap ,A J.Duncan'of thinterior'.Depajtment. 1. have been able to they are opposed to its use. 'r .. /-1.1. < .
't ; white ebildreD..Later'ctbe1. '. '
nature .
.; Mr.' ,'DuDe '. 'they.baveXny: strictly_religious dancesor MAlRIAas.The ( are taught as to fish with the, spear,.and ,.. . .x _?;.' '':, ,..:!: 1 j...' 1-,

,. report F pnltbe'habits and customs of ceremonies.i Their burials ire aim* marriage :ceremony la simple, kill with the instrument small ; ; r' "
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and.conducted, the IF' G. : : :
with greateststoicism
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Xi :the Semlnola,Indians was made aside and consists of a public declaration alligators.. He.and his sister. are. Required 'ancy" (O 1 $ "
suitable t ,Contrary to the general custoin'brindiana I A '" / '
from his vestigation of lands I and formal reception given by the; to perform early nsefaUwork ;

G 4 fore""No homesteads head chief,'baa and c been is as. follows selected:'.foryears : with; the,face;:t.he to j the bury. rising.theif! Instead brethren parents of the bride.;_ .When the'fcpuple for their,/parents, and they fret alsotaught , , : ; : ,_ ,;_:

buchocter. *Tommlie* [he' Is of' the setting ofthe sun. The body is are married the groom a1war&moves the strictest,obedience and.refspect ; EVERY 'DES RIP .ION -'
!_ ,' as ; roof to.the mother-in-law's camp and erects for their .parents:.and elders. : : W
@, ."called,on the 18t'side,assunies'and i. placed\ a'pon the ground, a,conical his own house which tdereafter.li blshome" The camp surroundings are.In keeping ;A1I1---O : :stt: ; ; C
\small/poles is made, closing It, and ; :
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pirtlyr'eeogniiedairtead bi f; '
: { ; Respect 'to the relations. I I- with bis 'education and.. nature. 'Tbe ., 7 l" wSMOKINGSETS 'JJ. ,
iaclosure This
< the I covered with dltt s Toi1 elf'
:d -aaan'tribal relatiotitiinaintafned'tiTthefr t -
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strictly enforced divorces .
;;. ( rmntual n interate;and. 'throu. br I 1 form'Js"'used by,many of ,the! Indians seldom. occur; and if they.do or separaitions theyare 'w closed wigwams by.a ortillagee'rude fence are;''a.few gene chickens rally Inr, ; -..- '" ;.1't; .,, :- : ? .- .: ; >,..;,:-.., 4 -.< 1 >
I west (the Mississippi, and is probably .
theold'menl: The;family relations :effected by the decrees of t beheld! dogs and hogs are seen iniiuiiigaround l ; : ,\, ,' '. .. 1

., lire peculiar! th! -.other Is recognized the the.original.form' of a resting place ers." ,A wife'mistreated: not supported on familiar'terms:with the cam J.iJ ; , ._ .Y, .- ': f .

: It'" :&oct _repmeu )tbe,fabiIl1 'and for dead: A few monthsafter theeir'eir Is often,,given,away toanotber, 'Near by, and.generally:'outside of {
#' r burial :: friends they.visit the
the cbildren J..ibelo.] >J';;:;toy ber. ,The ofj n'tlon'l. or tiie(_penalty. of exile I is 'enforced these lo l sores, is found .KudeD in' Glove and Handkerchief Roxes 'ft
and'thereafter ,no at
.J ,' .. .lawsbf'consanfuirilt/Jn narrjlng arestrieily grave; : without. ; the privilege of, marrying which i -they cultivate sweet potatoes, "W ,
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wet. .. respected'miintaineiK I :"++No, paid I to}and: ;often the; bones the graves are scattered are desecrated on, aga',< The moral' relations.are:excep-. bananas, com and other vegetables :: .: t. 41. . .";. :y ;t"J .{;

';t, w" cae Allowed' tomiriy'eithiu' theretionsnipior the thegroundTwlthout'. further.care tlonany good,.the .penalty,of adultery The: women all know' how to sew, andman Mirrors,4Jewe1 i ,Cas ; '. "
; : clan:'towhichtiibelonge I any :
< ; superstition. > being eat..b'. Owing to these relations l ; lie quite expert.. I noticed sear r

'' 'no'difference.bowirdmote'the reUtlonishlD. OI1g'tbelr".. ", I they ire increasing. ,in' numbers-s -I! sewing' machines-: Ini.'every: : - .,) '
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BOXES .
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: .bat Is'reanircd'to: rb to another ; ,ITSTIVMM4S.. ; WORK EANBOXES' ,: ; 3
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-4 a. ',L_ strong and healthy,race.PHYSICAL case'they Deemed to b( abandoned for , t A.
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.:.r:ri clan for' wife.'" :, :' t"
or family "Tbreen-corn dance, occurring
: : ; that could not be : > '
APPXAXAKCX.Pbyslcaliy the :
f ' "G.f"c1 j.:" '. 4 a I ; reason they keptIn :} ;, : ;i,
'l" . ,;ellitaots'q t.Li. ...,. .. ' about.July'ist, theerect date depending the Seminoles excel, f allother order:', .\ '* '0. E'XJ .

fr'li" 'X' The' J'4.ire'::1''wiP& *amon J.tb-*- $ upon bf the/e1tu'-' ,of .the?moo is:a American! Indians;the men.and. -. !'Pi. _) > '. . -: ' I P ll < ''a ld Cuff.BoX $ji& iy

selves of laws, gathering all,of the tribes,seemingly ,TRCaTMTORTHt .
+ by ajpracpnlsn j system( women being;tall;'well:proportioned WANTED8XVKRAL' ;\ ; _ h >
'the :ofr sociability i and oar bnil "
y"r; ,, F;from. hichinere'ifno.app .}There, I! for : purpose andjdeveloped i of.erect' carriage"firm Deb ID tbeir own aad.nearbv/counties.meoege .,It is : ; .MANIOURE: STSS if'j .-.1: ; "
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,Other amusements are ork conducted _
.' are-few instances of ciimepetlherdotheir dancing pro- mainly office i at borne. Paltryanight .. .
;',;** } ; and graceful in their nAvemeritsjcharacteristlc *and t \
espeDH..ddDJ&e '
90tf a year 't '
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.rf vided4'fo'teach balUplaying rnnnlng 1. ; ,
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laws. exist for reetnlat! b: They as wblcb they maintain until bonaadehomore,no less salary..Month!y S7&Beferencts. \ : :f
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'f-- 1n of races, ,andyit this: festival. the Kneloe sell-addressed. stamped Brushand .. Bejfe :
hooeet dealinand
thelr Gornfe
are
; are s old.ageT,, TThelr fjitureairereguIar: cnrelopey. Berber B.Re vPre. DepC-Hi : <: ;
-trnthtul; crams, r..a. serlooaTnatuie. young warrior_ )Is initiated by cuttingtbelep C Icg *\ an l.J atJa1 Ti '
I ; ands'pleasant,and ,among'the Women c. - : \o ; ': ; .
; 4 'lucD as. tbe7tVr'mnrderaVnot{exist /inn _other)iMidilylnfllc I pns.At' are!found>! many that'are I handsome. - 1 > : '.' -j '. : : f1.:. '

,:," .. among .them.' TJils";government; ii- 'this'. ,jestival i also-tbose whohave'been |, F'xi\early youth tbeyaretioght: ',to :'< t Box:; Papers, _Pocket. Bo ks9u..t; nirr.l : 'C'-i- '
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exiled '
\ J"'-.tends to the>rotctr6oof thV>lndlanfrenv If by ateaitbf'tbey,caucreep in ,"for the' oL:K i arid Fine besides'
hardy manly sports :
: engage Spoons : Perfumery
bite' Into tbe'foldiwithgat: detectloo \ ,: : ,
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": the ,telloencss-oti i civilization. .' t. purpose.:'of'inuring them to the bard- ",pea : ?
the ,.and ;are-'purtfled'py' t black : < .' / thousands of .oth er .articlesuefulahU..;:" ".':&" X.
.,? 4 }otercourse.with whites in relation. ,' ships' of 'i chase' Their:dress Is ... ,,' : ' fc"J *" "- -r-. r7' .. s? ,

;} \% ( all civil, dncatlon4l* and{!legal! mat- drinkj.are This'/'blaekdrink".again recei ved backi id,Into I ap fold the peculiar and picturesque.c ;tln their native : 'i9I7. Z. > "i.>t,*,:*"yC.* .ornamental.Bu. }'.. ' 'v.. :v.. ..; ',' 1-, .
tribe. "f'
. '.\? 'tens is orb1d e. ..Too: moeb':famili- : \ 'state the dress of.the men consists ;. ...::.. ;', ' i{: r : _Christmas' 'Goods'earta-ahd" '* '> ;, :
this ;
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feature of tribe'well'knownandbanded \ your >
\ft1.! or'Silk, -With, white menwiU, ; of '' ; .
an labbrateiy'ornamented shirt or. :: '. i' "** *. -" t : -4 .!'rJ..f ,; :
i :m et *1th .-punishment ; sucb,as"crop- down.i- o i ancient' times:t-AH tunic,' reaching"-'heirljrtbTthe.kneea;; ._:. '7aetebwbad 1881.r.' i : \ ?'gefcmrst,' choice;atf ; .: .. ,. ** :1-it. > ;-_.
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.. .:i' jt, 'tI."ars. .yNa Seminole".Indlali of, the,"tribes on'thet'frstday;: f'thefeativalpirtakeofIt 1 around :Which at the.waist Is,clasped.ia HAS ':JSON : 'J "' . '. :. "u'j.rI. "
-PEACOCK &r .. : .
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;It :made from . ; . .
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'bli'race -
!- -n dire.;4narry'ontalde?of; .tinderpenaltv'of belt|-.The head dress consists. of a Urgeturbanjof " ; " '- .t- ". . I OW"N"L"E'v 'B,R.O' , 4
a certain : the J .. ; : :
plant growing <
vrlldJJn PROPRIETORa.CocoanntGroYeDadeConntj'
;j" deatbi ..JID.boe'wemID : : brilliant\ colors,'and the rie . . f" -. . .i"J. '. '. '' fl. ., :'. ; l :" fit.i-.1:. ,

., ,t t under i ,my observation' a memi)>er.oi'tae southern whicti'fam'nottkmillar, part of' Florida"'the'name< ; i It'has' of and ,huntiug -Dire, bit,;; inseparabie ; @ > :: " : :Registered! :-Pharmacis4Biscayne ; > : .{;t .f' :fif! '.

,. :tribe.waesziled fp'r'fiPe rUn for beatjngblswlfe. ; br ; I compaoionsomplete bisattire i :;_:His j -j _. ,. : !
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:t t Andther who desired.to particular\ medical'practically qualities and.,, but feetireunhampered r'with either. .sh'oesfor : \ ; FLORIDA' '.: *- i' . G lJotelcdri; | .,Ayp. D Ai;and' fi': 12th'str'esr, ,1. L. Ar" f ;-_ '.
acts as an emetic theoretically =
attain doca\on :who had removed ] "
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i\- anj moccasins without these he treads ' "
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according to their'opintoa; : ;
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: A : to the agency.for that purpose, \ the =tbeforeate andY't"U '
: sands tangledswaoipVand Located the Short f B '
pa Biscayne f. > ., ,
_:. F was; ;doc':if return by tbreatsl parge/tbem morally! and renders.them 'the. haunts of the rdttle.( n. Paradl.le of i Sportsmen and Tichtimen. '' : '- 1 :

.;:. fr beaeN,filling.-ire:waf;''promlsed:,the Otto partake of,the dances" and the f e- snake withjmpnnlty and unconscious. and i'fle dnait ri iof the ., '' *"' ,? .fA ;I'I'N < : : ; '
rrif ,
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..,..t:" .gift$ the"most.beanbful*maiden'+ in tlvals.;F Artificial fire _is produced' ,ath ofthemere':pestiferous] Be t.? 'The B. O : -Yacht+ Club; "..r. . : : ,>
ese jpatherlngs and, ''passed': to:'the Sca : Bay ; 7'
i-Jtbe tribes Thiss t-.was eirectiveini ; . dress of.'the; :women is'correspondingly -- : rt'N' f
r Inducing;;the,'tda riovttoretura.-. :, tribe, and' the: .old;'fire' Is,,"allowed to ;' .f.G:8. j !
: ,; simple., Asvefy short,l loose waist; cut ; ABqUT : : .
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die out. .The'dances''generillrlastaw : G ..
f0 anotherCoase inemberwas exiled for fn : <' [ _
>t: a war front;..ornamented with I bright, 'l'i
; 'twy:: eirsjfopi tbereasbtt that be had: k or,ten'days' ,,and are devoid'af i any colored : about six tbe, .1 .
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fnarrpw.ribbpni .
; Home.// .
t :be ii1Dduce4-bl.irhlte man to'attend repnlsve( ; features. ,with, the exception' Inches'belbw l tali and the skirt'begins,1xtendlng'tbi ; ;f ,Comforts- "of' a" '. .. '" t - '-

; .\ 'the SUte.rrIcnltural tExbR>ition of' of ttie. .initiation_ -of the. warriors.IDIICATto1 a __.. .." : the':feet..);:She,like her, SA ::' <. :.;; .
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-;FloiidI hate;been' unable''to Jearn (.: f ,' i brother; art D'enr. encumbered with \ :.io::and upwards.,. --*r, : ., GItOCERIBS: :

i,what>theVpenalty-ofJpersistentdi o- 'So far.no 'Og es.bai been inade$a- .neither' home abroad '
p shoes; { [nor ; :! .Special !Terms ;week.H :-' :
per
,. :bedience or rebellion a nsttheee'nnrf ward;,establishing; a ;school.As'; has does she,pear;any semblance of:shoes .

t J". ;.written. )aw i;"butI bite1. reason, 'to been"tated, efforts ;were made several or'head. dress;:'The'haiir'Is drawn or i .

:believe that J itte d UI..f''I }' : and, since that ;time:,.tbe :hi MAKING :
; years .ago,, ; twisted 'h"np:into a'I' rcb k"oot;; >, -
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sAms: agent:in chargehae-done'eterything: : .a'"bang" rs , GROERiES(1
( : in front she wears cf the i. % t' ,. : ,

...:. *-t 't .7.haye.: ,}been1asked'.the'Iqueatt x---; : :.: : n, In his I power';to schools.induce .them to,becomeinterested'in the":standard' fashion. ,round' her : '.. .t, . .,. 1 :I 11 1fI. :"If": : : '7:1 '

; *;;4*,* ;Does slaveryexlst.among these people, ; neck and spreading'over the shoulders }, :;" "- ,;' : . : -, or. L.-t
pY ,.forsiach has"'been-.reported? During- ''Tinder their present condition.i con- at all| times she::wears an"mmeDae coil .> ... : : ; .

1 ';the. earlier. days,'and: before"the einanfisted !slderany, effort|t made; to ;establish! ':a 'beadsj.i'often!; weighing ;25 Jlr30; "I" .. ..:' We ae catering 'it trade ';of('the farmers.of '#. 'f

,_J elpattona J mild. system?ofRslagery", o school as a-waste'Qf. money nine;; They.ireawajVlth pounds:;;,.At, Infancy a':few:'beads! are 4 ; 'J4 ." South Dade C uniy.;: 1\V. ::are]:'ig f lljn ffie1 Best"t: '

:."soy doubt.ex\\ ,and-Jt[ Is true that itfhas their families months placed-around ,the;aieck'sad ateach / 'z ,'to4. ,. r ,'J' f. .' :Pdt. : ll. : r

texllted ,since the; proclsmatlon'In, ,,aform. In"the year,roaming- through the tv r- succeeding Jef.r.thts coil',.increases until . . '..'' Staple .:.:. . ."$ _.(::!>e 't#;. .iI"I ;"fi . "Jr'
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,; .r v -mild, While amo itbetia11'm i glades and Swattpr on their hunt. The middle!! 'ger''the',coll I then decreases, 9' .r f : 't 1.I;. >;.rw .

;,' ebotwo: j. tbe,4Q>ore :'rapet 1 tabll' l mel t-Jif' a: boarding school and'atoJd'-age :thel are .agalDchUcI 6, Funeral, :Director, ;;: ... j 7' <.5' ,.t,{ _.rb ,-,\i:. '

tIclf; noT,"..as called; !linrigat that would take e care of and provide for with their few:.,beads; around'!her 'and- ; -- ;.ri:" . ;: :
".'' .,. : 'In'their absence _fmbalmer yl ; : Prbvisio S' Y'dt.f : ; : tis
I ichildren [ ;
\f.-', the west_ sldej aged. : about.._ rwas cap.i. their on neck. Sbe'eiicces the same desire for ; : ; "
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J. /)\tend/ijbena a Ild .during tbe'Semf'Ao1e the hunt,.has, been ioggested.. This other,ornaments as her':more;civilized 'PerM&allttentloowUlbagirentoall..' ., :". ) \' .'.. . -". .. ... .' a'. .. (, .. 'f'r J.

{ ) : ar4! : r', .son,' a: ";balf breed I'wwi t;. jV;oSt1'experlmtnt' and;i sex :and. .bedecks ;.herself*wlth::'brnaments .! i .An, elpgant; ;._Hearse. -will: be.' I .1 ".., r t'I'i,.' :" ' .. ,;' l4-.. I :t f -'.t",' ..'t f" I,":, f _

..c :,\\kDon 'D; ;i"4s the last socalledfslate mustTadmitUhat it has!; some, encou'raging made. from"" ,sliver:coin;< bam; ,here at an early date.5Onficx I : c.. ) ," J.

: 1tttb s: wi .of the Sem'ino ee )features "buVcbdslderlng'thatat mir;' :very thlng>.ind'.ovther metals. :- xa MrriopoLia'I Btm uzga, 11t\Gerl' eSt'' .: t :c." :1;" r " ': r- < i'f

;;;_ : =O U'tbe; .'children;idf: Lucy were: staves ;t present.theyTjave. permanent The i are!-shy and!.bashful, but'not de' ; "- \' ; .,\,: . .'' . L-'._:'>. '/_ 'i : J f.i' i? L'"I

,ir". / l to the differeqmembers p ch4lamilr homes,Ibelr :scattered_condition! and void:of coquetry;, :;lire'aDd'affeCtIon ; w. : : a1''x' : ) .f ; Y r.,

't;" , ors'gen.- towbch she.belongedrpntU their!'",Strenuous opposition.to'schools, are:their:;guides to,marrying,and-she ::t. f .JSl1; $. '_'j$ ; ; : -" _il':7: ; : a.r.+.- ;!(." ", ,

.o" p :tt1goungeat: ofthin fatoily became of T ic i{nnable':'to" approve of' this as aprac makes 'her own :selection of her;; lover. 1. "e; auulactari ,sflis i : .1:; Ttthet rade'csines, 'Y evill! make]o u p races"
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'51''f.t '! !i\; 'heytppe red-: to, only-exerciser table.!plan l whereby} 'the education *without'dictation! from,her'parents.- Dandy, and suet, ofe :. ": '; ; on'lar aorder: !thatmust_ ltrin { Dui..txage if::)AU.- j .

. -r ceVtaln property"Ii 6'over' ,.them f these Indians can at presenVbeeffected. :' . \ __ are ur'Iotls'to. : '.-. .,. ... r ,. 1J .,
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; -' .THAI,BIXISOLX .AT:HOlfX.He ".\ : .. . .. : 6--- : .: < : f,, 1!-, ,. : a xu
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?i area,:protecting:,them. :jn'one} 'ease '' 'h :... "r .' "
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, t : has 'no homey; and la:: seldom at ,. 'f".c. 1. : '
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''" There is no, lawtc; :compel'attendance yPr8 ' "
man .Dje'rd'erred.to) I i
. /-tbo.t"oaDC, ... befalls his ; . ".. .". '." 1.. : i2..I" '
home
j what : or village The ( '
laocl'tbe '
at t of -
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school; roei educating \ ? "
-J:abpre jWM. in; danger of hl II1lfet .n-cI houses i : } : 1:;; j : t1 .
,or wlgwama'areboiltbyplac: ; : !
:
aced ,them at present,owing toe their. ; : ': : .
prii only by.the protecting hand $ 8 .

,/. +!' ;,"-:.:of jjne.of..the family. .wbo'clslmed'Iiim: scattered" Condition; Is .not'very_ "en- orpalmetto log polesJn.leaves ground,skillfully and a and covering artistically ,: ,, : TAAk, :1.a y.e':; 'JVi"--.:,' .";.,.;M': ;_ .DJ.f .1i, ,r.. :!.. .. .

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.yaelmltngmitaak 't
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.'. '-.1 .r.' .. : s woven,.the sides :generally"being e -/ W-,.-, ..,. ''; '-, ,: : .0. "
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1.a f ew.mootfii agoj the last so-called I I; xxriorxxirr. t ; : DAYlSiiMI : . { 1 H
:: : ; .G.I, :, : ., .
; Each gen has ' '
+ open. : family or. its ; : : ::2
"s = ,of.the Seminoles the Dan"'Feat y. "y r : : yr ;'" E" .
J. ve by. ,- .ire lndustrious' people, men ; : :- --.V { : &
; ; own"lcleD The few.cook ing n ten, q.Pata&ta.FJa : "'.r; \ .i'I
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:>). of the;fimn1.i' w\aa he. belonged- ll eD'; The,principal;means of slls 'in. 'use are generally,purchased q'Irrtt.!or Cataota.) ,. I.6'R 4p I .: ,. ;* Which.. is-.oneof, the- -. chiefaims. ,1 '. 'careful;;::;menu, .* -

:1. feoming; of'age support is bunting:.the.aUig 1Or; -The from'the'trader.. .The Msofkk kettle," I '. You will find our'stock: ':'well- ;.and carefully! ) urchasedand -. ,7J

f }, ;f salepf'these- '.sknins.;net-them a veryjtairdayV i 'large-tfn; ;pot;plays an Importantparty J, constantlyJreslJ., '. '..r'f ; -"

'X'. t" "'b'De of thelait.'peculiareittures ofx pay;_Somejof: them'are able l ;:In; the "culinary* departmeni' ; 'SALE .J.Jt. !! .,'. :. 1; '*c "' :' ; si -'r:' '/1 2 : Jf"' j{ de ; 1 t .1

ort4Am to. 'earn;?-timestf\ ;: 160tor/, 00';)lquimontbnt'the ; ' .
nlnafan4Isappian their '
; /the: e around, 'they gather for meals, '
.. alligator l is becominscarce -t..iK Prompt. abd CarefulAttentlontFf. 1 :-. riJ'JqI '->tit 4 t.;. 7'
s=; .Yb en'"he loee -1thiln' medicine ;. : [each, helping ,.himself with:, .a ;:large ? :. :
; "Uq, a ; This:'class ('Indians i bec'M ,and, fa a eW'.J'an'perhaps""I in wooden, : called u, 1 : : J
may \ spoon :a 'sbfkaj: spoon. Improved .Jper y .' It '>, <: j: '.<: r't' : 3.,: .
:- : threeJor[four theywill hive''dhap- '
eoriatdered.as clui: "
: > ; The contents of tbekettle is a meat ' ; .
,.,.., ' 'They' prMUce' *'their' 'art- Iknowlnglyincantatlona'areof pealed_ a fqurce of support; Fifteen. stew,, .vegetables,. :grits,,. "et8i:' ;Their; ,tTzlt'ACRES, allpartUlfyImprovedif, *, }{." -> > :" }; <. ----',-> :.. Given falL'.our0rderir -' -i iM

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mgotbe alligator found in all :Save acres set. to estrus fruIt trees andothertrees I : -
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r' and'ntettyl .1Ij.1 ilhely..btafdenR ; years food Is plentiful, wild duck;turkey TToy ',
; ; ( well started to crowtefV >ftf ,. i
Viwfljtkfr m<"l't.r.. 1nT 0.-1,,:tb1I. k of the mU.:swamps i; sink> holes i lakes, Qah'snd,' : :other]'game being found i Good. .'stzroom bonus,wash ,and bathhonse. -, : : 'Jjn i: illtcrLBRADLEYEEITILIZERSI
: ;, andytntbe of;the supplied with bath-- well sad ,-" :-..+ < .' im 1" U :! t :
: :tkeic; any, Jtoorthern"part ever- abundance.._ ;These''tbiy. supplement 'cisternwater. Good bare . A -.. ," ,
Ime- : -"
s:. t value,;cadliketti e"old! chleftiiuhl Pr- gUdes fand;' l. r bout' the. ''State. with good assortment:of .groceries', 'LocmtedSK chickcnhoQM ailee, and eovto-west other of Coco*'; '

.' ; |;tferoughr :their pretentlpns 'jthey: are Farther/south ;);re':'they;been) 'nompeiledtoto tea, coffee,--.canned, goods,':etc.. ,':purchased .nut Grove on rood road.' BctoolbouseoaeqnirttroraUe '. : .
( rzoJlt'pJue. .flood'aeitbborhood.
"', b a 4able maintain certatn Authority od1them,!until f now' . -" . ,' .
to -
: iter y.l of the trader : -? 'f. :-- 'u'I'r. .' f.r a)1 "" .. :
',- ; hIDdtaDI-': ;wbl -ey'ciiog.to with te prinoipaljbuntlng ground is,found Late i11"other Indians,thqezercisethe ; 'trees 1 TEN well ACKE9-S started acres two acres IB thins haeunock.fruit! ' .; r'. -, - : . i- '. : .'

]u:"greitt't: : teftyiiheapollticianto.: in the tangled sad unlnbablted'cypress_ .;kindest/parental ,authority,.cite just eat. .down Good'dT well of for water.trees..Pmckiacbouse. Located : We.are:Miami'agents'fbrthevell' known'Bradley' I :fertilizers. ;':. .. -.'
i1t''i swamps.v': 1 and affectibn.ovef their three f ', *- t -"c- '""" " "" ' 5 "- 'TC. -':' ,"i-y : : ,
Indian about
niiate.
pasty; children. ttalk from icbooldhone. f -'--"" .. *. ." s b.
k' 'n Tbeseminolelndiinsilteltllothenraabow 'x The' :;.aversge'}-earnings' "from; 'this'a.of names t. .'.On good. road. lad Sq.good DeIP-- : ..: ..n: ':--'Remember us' ;purchasing; ' . :: * ::
: 4.; ; : ; ; and:Eagtsb) ,without any :borbood.2'H e. -V. x" .;r J't- -i- "< f"' ii- 55 ," .
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;;for their medl, source r as'tainlabletoiearnwillnot I totbe .F yartlCalars apply 4J. .n- . .i3r. .y\--: .. 1 > *fc' i-'aw . .
.Ii : ascertain jjregard,: reference. family name or'to the ,ro-a. ;, ',, . : .ri. .p. "
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Ine'men) ,and. a4s> :exceed$!,or$i. &a day, and 'each'year bf ;_. r.x'V. Jo- )C ,, "" ./ --1.l..t ; ., '.-3 .Y 'jr." . if 'L'
' espect jceaeraUy preservation : their :genealogy are } S.MOR5 ..ot. .K '. ' - .. \-t'
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Fare"not'dIffe, from. other :tribes in becoming.,less.,.!The,ottformerlrverlplentlful : given'to'their_ l children. They are;the t. :'\' ..K Pat! : ., .- 40, -.tr''y., .':. -1j" "'. ; ,-. LOM1'1US .''--

:tbe r authority fast !,)is :nearlyJebttlnct.TbekUHhgfof ) :of,;Indiana: ;. r'gvee.. OAC ;,kLfYI. ; ?LLR# d'E": '
= ,eoDlltr1; I only tribe; using:.the,word ,'t' '."' T ( } ,j
,\ k1 re" 'r-heli"aeoaasori: :: .the'plnme:'birdsliTnot: "plckanlnny.twrheybaveundoubt; ,l : c" \ 't; :" : :: ',; > : l" ,: '

r' i T1 A .''.grppredaIIQO4 : ',. only;fet8i 'rrtn 'by'."' :".-' '''' 16'1' $I

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..t:.' ''t: ytiue'rr r..m1. obeerntiun"'m mper-ot'tbe; southern r part.! bf f..' Florida;)the' game J of f and:1huntl'ug'toile' ; ( P @ ( _J, :V F ; _:JJegistered: : Pharmacists' , / .|ffi! \,
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sv J 'inghls wife.t_ .Another4_ t who'] desired.toatuio hoparticular"\, t !' ,medical! qualities l t ,,,1 but! f feet. ire!unhampered,,; ( :: ; : ,!: Biscayne 'Hotei51k:!-| 'cor:,:Aye?:;.., ,J D) andl2ffc;! t egfc f ; 4 :;;";; ,, fc i ii

;;, 1,.... "Drft( ducayonand. !; ;who: had removed acts as au'emetJc' practically' their,and theoretically or mpccasinsi; 1 f : : : ; i 1- ._-* """ *'""*!* t.' "' -- i i'*,?. 1"i j_''''i. +" i- *. -t VL?'':" '* _'3"j r* ,.
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": ;twoeiritor'tbe'teasott: ''l i that:bebadbeen : wepk or ten'dajs{ and: are!:!devoid of any awajr colored, ,_::narrow/1. /' .rb! t'' >5: < :? .. :>, F ,f "'U :' 1qj; i : Ii

induced by:a:;rbite, laD taatte'nd;: t repnlsre( : ;"features f :,With. !the:exceptionof Incbes'b low\hls\ and' \ ;; /J, ; : :: 4 r -

rib ..StateHA-gVicuHoraltExhibiUon: t l of' f the. . .initiation! -of. f, the }warriors.! ,. .,,< xtending'to: ,.tbe'fe': i: : ;; ;: '

-;Floridavfl.-- have. '\tbeen, *-.unable, to.'.learn&. .ZD CAT ON.. ,r brother1) .;, is i never t: i$ :: : GILOCERIBSr
c. .t "trhattbeiRenaltgoUplriletentdlso.sbedience' ;:; : l :: ::8o far.no progress- Thai b been! mido c o- shoes i; neither'';at 1 j [ t' < ; f. .i :: -
-or rebellion against these nD.Wr ward; .establishing( ,: school.,: .' .-As 'has ''does she.:wear.:;;any "
? : tteDawr,-) }i;but'I hate''"reason. :to been stated c1. efforts ..were made several or,; bead dress.':.The f ). -

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,.','f i v: xalJLxst.'I agent..in cbargebaa'done'everytbfng: : { in !front she ,wears' ; ( I ,t .t.a.:

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;: ;a .syitem (of) slay!cry) : mouthsI4 } ; : ) South ,DadeC, unty.:? l\Ve.\ are; llin t1ik! Best.
'i doubt existed,and-Jtistru J t! that thus) iirsy,wlththeirfamilles'nine' placed: .around ,the\ .; .t:! ? : ? 'ffa *l
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+ _"itwO'"'! peep.:-. lie.f.colored'.'racef il; establlsbmentv 1!! 4! ;:\;Qf a-; boarding i school O l and a6old''age' ;;they : . .- ;. <.,,.1'-:,.. '. "..tf( ,:;".(:ijW :. .- .:
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alate.7& : ; 1tb, aws of the SenrfnolfM; "' very thingi; < . ;. '<
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,. :';: ,o alltbe!) : :;of:;'.Lucy were'slaves. .;< present they,:Jbiaye :tao ''permanent Tlieyare'sby i, ) and f: 'i'F;; : : ..'.t 1 ,....J!\... "'.i'.' ' -. .,' >..,. '..\:;: .._".: .+'-r. ,\;_. F-t. :' ..:.:.,,.,>....,,lJ.: ::1-; ..l : k.It t: .. .!> ...f,

": r !t to)the difereii 1[ iJ..t f meeabers of(tbJ1imilyor"gena'tawbjcb homes.ftbeir,:{ .:i scattered' condition and void:'of'..cpgnetry.;; : t J.:.:: ,..._ .: : ; /: : ': '<" ,: ;.";. :: : ; .; .
c their',strenuous opposition t to schools, .t..their '. -- -v "
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:\\r ;;the 4!;:youngest fthia: : f'a'!-failgbecime of'fige Icanbable':; l ':to" approve of V this as a makes 'her. own ..ee }. .,a :':?{ ' :THat-tnetrade'carries=:t t ;.t d : ;; \WeSvillrrnake'ybu: !! : 'p prices" p

; : ..''They.tippeared'"to> (only) exercise prsc Icabplal! ;: whereby. },'the-education !:I withoat.. t
V; nettsin"propertyy I P j)fhV'pTer'' them; bf f,t these In.4lag'I.can.at; presenteeeffected. . -- 1 .. ;. . .. .. .. ''. .
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s-iwi.-t *f..J. only! saved by.the protecting! hand catingotbem at present,pRiog j 'g toy'theiv.;) l Log houses poles+or Jn wigwacas'the.' ;; ; : S' : : : ;;:< > : ;

',. K utune! .of(.tbJ family,,wbo: claimed 1 ','him con scattered; : condition. -"*" ?! ,, is not' very_'. 'en prpalniettb, .leaves,. =; : a.veMOney.' : : ; ; : ; ...t, :
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.1; : eoi thefamftt&w f the 'Seminoles! i !! ,om bJ.the.. young- e: a.trioas'i ,people, men- own residence' ?;: The g i ,. . .;"r l (I IVhfch; \ is;'oneof"" '.the;(: .chief' f ..aims 'bf''careifulH.rneriYou l.';' ; /}' *'
est'af :; be belonged ; .
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". fcomtajof'tigeniof t, l ,- ;.,.,; *. ,' support .is bunting,' ,;:'the,alligator r;.' :The from the:leader/;.. b i : r .- x.:_ .\v.i1t.fin4;: ou 1i:"stqdc t? f1r. ;and" rfarefullyspur.( !! /: '-Hf';' ..x ,
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v.' t the e.::last>peculiar 1 jrea ares of fair4ayypay.! t :' ;_Some; 'of t them'are able:! part 1 ;in; the '- lt : i;; (=rrc'' : I ..'- .' ::-;. ::< h" ):! ,.;..- 'It: .. .. : ; ....,. ;::''J; ,>..Ji1';/ -' {"..'.:.:'\. ?"t:
"" : toy earn, :;ifat! times::.t60.! ;ipr;;.f sjx00fin: ; a ' : { t -t'
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4!tbd yprth:Amercjnlndlani| dltippeiriyben J Around.it 'they gather ;, :'; .
.. month bat'the alligator is becomingscarce Prompt-and! C Careful'Attentlon-i ::. ;. 1f i :Lt' ...7 tF
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: !i. be,loeeekfsl&fn'lbe'( medicine< ;k{ !. each; helping', I : : : 4 : : x; ,:

****'-iV ,. "TbJs:'cltsa. Of f fSJ:Indians"ti.b. ./ :;,\' ,and \W a' few:years' ',perhaps:fathreeorfourt''they wooden,Tpopn" ;calJ : i p : \1//: ';.'
t ,l f wUl'havc'dlap. ; -
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t Tljey" p prscitce theirtirti ;t knowin) W stew, vegetables,, ; ',: ';f ( ', y' ; '--
-- Jt naro the aUigatprwas r found in all ,' / ,, J-; :; .. .. : < .'
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and jnteniionally. nVTew tetgbretbren. t food is.plentiful f I, ; ;, ; & I''.:: .. : ;;' :
.- \ I othe small:! i; sink! holes, lakes, t tb-, :y. <. .f!' 'f" ': l' rf .
: :medlcltt# !bid!. ;,., t4nk swamps Cb, and other: gain i : '. .. J 1 Jj..tf. Ui- '.tifl1"f ,.
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: r, toi* ;'ttelf" 'iocantaUonaa"ref' ttriy .ind'in the northern"part: of f the ever- abundance.._ ;.These' ; < ' .. _' ". ';- :. t'" .i;. ..J lltt... ) JIU..l1 .
'-S;: ''valneandlike;; ; ttiold! 7 chleftiu blp P;;: giadet.'fandr' throughout' ',, '"the:. State.> with. a good ao $ : : es*.'::.'
'.. ._T0.ir'; :their. 'pretentions, 'tbe t eJ are: Farther; south',,)ji bay e" tIiej: been" 'C'cbm t tea:;-e::coffee' ,-.canned. : : :. ** BRADLEY \FERTILIZERS r. J"1
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+. rte Indians I ;,,wbich5theycling I ;? .id pith I principaijbWting") ground Is found '.'Like all I!:other t : I ; : e t :, , ., :'" ;- . '. Jf. < .' fit..
as greitt': '. tenacity'the politician 1 ,in the tingled and D uninhabited!! cypress the ,kindest . & We are Miami( thewell "r r : t .t
1i.: \ ' v . "" " //parental' t; agents l! ,for : known Jc (Bradte Cr:Fertlhzers.r; ,;;
" . swamps.' 'Y:: and ._ '.
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*cane '' not exceed fl 1 or $ij25a1day, and Teach, "" '. .... '\: <. .. .... ,. \\o' . ,- ; .. ., :
'-. :'"" men, f >espeot generally}) preservation of.,"t : I ; ... :':,. t; { l' ; { > *" : ;- .
.>:[are.'not. "'other tribe In' !yearbecoming: : :less.. The otter, I formerlfverrplentlful'IS i iTh8fkUling' given w'thelr ; : x : ; 3 .- .U' -,!.. E'If.. !m 1.: rs11 tft/l'/ tilt 'S.-:

_[the: country. _'; r authority is' f fast ;, nearlyjextinct; only,.tribe:of?: / ;; : ; : ;: :" ,. ;'/ ,>-.; / tJ..i.: ... ... -. ; 1:i ): .; .... ': !
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ili eY be1r auecessorsh'Sat of theploine;; e' birds not 4), ".ptcka ninny'"! Tbey j c : ; ; ':: ;), i> '" :"i1'*' ',,- ::; ': ff; 'J.: "" -' >" } '

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FARM GROVE OAlt})} NI cal fertilizers must be used sooner or I bushels of corn annually. This ought i .tnLer anything of this subject NUrse
I Tl\e Porrvor\a ries.
later and it is a wise farmer who not to be and need not be. that these cahmitj howlers have not -

does not wait until l his soil is nearly "1. The best soil for corn is a rich been active in proclaiming this false
MATTERS THAT WILL INTEREST Handsome 1899 Catalogue f ,
exhausted before making use of them. sandy loam which contains a good statement. No wonder that our boys

AND AID SOIL TILLERS; The proper use of chemical fertili- supply of humus. Land which has become discouraged and want to leave "WKat to Plant and flow..,to Plant 'ftTeUs /* .. 4...

zers is one of the most important been used for growing red clover, me- the farm. I know some men who all about their Immense stock of .
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Correspondence of Experienced Men
problems in agriculture, and one on lilotus, cowpeas or other leguminous come under my own personal observation ,
Fruit Trees Florida a
and Iiteresting Extracts From for Planting:
which there are many disagreements.The I crops is much better than that which who have borrowed all the pur- .
Our Agricultural Exchanges Con- : \4'
Our Farm best practice at present seems to has been used recently for hoed crops. chase money, paid for their farm and Describing over 4M varieties of choice Fruits and Flowers sad giving fall ustraeUon totluting

cerning Crops.How be in using the farm-made manureson I "2. In using manures and fertilizers today are out of debt. I know also of and cultivating same. Over 50 Handsome Pbotograpfato Illustrations.... ViewsBaking ,- .
U a veritable Album of Southern Fruits and Flower This Handsome Catalogue., "
ztS corn, or other crops having a clean it is best to use the coarse stable men who have had their farms given'hail be sent tree n pon application. Bead for a copy. It will latenrt you U:JOB aN a iove
Crops Grow, of tae Fruitf and Flower
cultivation throughout the year. On manure and the whole cotton seed on them that are now mortgaged for s

'y.. The growth of crops is never an accidental all other crops the chemical fertilizersare the heavier soils, and the well rotted their full value. If the wide-awake OVER ONE-HALF MILLION TREES IN STOCK.
circumstance. For a'
every best used, and even on the clean- manure and the cotton seed meal on energetic and progressive man can All standard varieties ona either 'f t .:

step matter in, the nature development has provided of vegetable laws culture crops, applications! of the mineral the lighter soils. succeed under such adverse circum .ORANGES } ornate Cltras Trifolat stocks... ,.Sweet.._.-..._Sour.. {ORANGES -t Pty

fertilizers (potash and phosphoric "3. All well drained lands shouldbe stances, I can see no reason why thosein ;'

which may not be broken. With care acid), are very profitable in most plowed (fiat, and high beds are advisable more favored conditions should not Satsuma Orange on Citrus Trifoliate Stocks, a Specialty ,l'
and attention to particular wants
cases. only on lands which are sub- succeed. Although I recognize the
tried and tested
An the best,
crops improve both in quality and As all farmers now know, chemical ject to overflows. When beds are used fact that the prices received for farm PEACHES [ variatle. Over 100,000 peach trees PEACHES{ ,
quantity. This improvement of plantsis
fertilizers are materials of commerce they should be wide enough for two products are not what they should be, .'" .
the underlying principle of agri- Plum, Pears, Persimmons, Figs, Mulberries:, Grapesand \
the
and
which contain-the fertilizing principles; rows each. progressive age in which we
culture. other fruits aid flowers adapted to Florida Flautist la proportion. .
found in farm yard manures; that is. "4. The best variety of corn for or- live, moreover has not enabled the'I
Plants are improved in quality! and Over 10O Varieties of Choice Eldd Grown RoJtBMBJolBBR *.
contain ammonia and is the which will farmer to become rich
they potash dinary purposes one as as his neighbor :.r
of their products, by sur-
quantity
phosphoric acid. Some of these chemical produce the greatest amount of shell- engaged in other pursuits, yet I : .
rounding them with conditio most that WB PAT THB.PBBIOHT sad that w hve dons so for the past,
manures contain only one of the ed grain per acre, regardless of the statistics prove that the per cent of Two Yean and also that we weft Pioneer Ia idling high grade Nursery Stock at low" puSs..POMO ;

favorable to their growth and evelop- fertilizing ingredients others two of number or size of the ears. failures among farmers is less than ;! KUBsDaQ ,..J.,; ,-
ment. This mean simple tillage .A 4 .,
may them and in a few cases all three are "5. White varieties will usually any other class. Then I believe thatit I / f '
of the soil liberal feeding with fertilizers -
found. They are generally much richer make a heavier yield than colored varieties behoove all mankind to unite in The Drifting Bros. Co. Proprs. MaocJonny PlorMLs. ., t r.
or other manures, or protection I
"" in plant food than farm yard ma- (though many colored varietiesare their praise and encouragement of ; . !
1 from injurious diseases and the at- I 'oS.
nures, and are! consequently much more vigorous and hardy than are this, the most healthful, most useful ttaxsaaiii t
tacks of insects. In a measure, all of ?&
more cheaply applied. One of the some of the more prolific white varie- pursuit.--Orange Judd Farmer. I I '

these methods of improvements are points of disagreement is the proper ties. I I Freight Prepaid on Trees. s$ .... "

dependent one another. Liberal
r manuring of upon itself cannot make good quantity of fertilizers to use, and the "6. The beat yields are secured from $100 REWARD, $100. To all point In the Gulf State Bead for New Ca&&Jopell1'1.q terns I

pounds of potash and phosphoric acid dent varieties, which require about The readers of this paper will be 1 I and description 100 Adapted Varieties_
the damage caused by improper or insufficient }
which should accompany any given 160 days for maturing and average pleased to learn that there is at least Oranges, Pomelos, Kumquats, lemons, Peaches, Psars, Plums, l

cultivation. Plants illy-cul- amount of ammonia. There seems to nearly two ears to the stalk. The one dreaded disease that science has Kakl, Nuts Grapes, Figs Muiberrtes. Rosss. Ornamentals, eta

tivated or scantily fed, fall an easy be no positive agreement as to the ears should be of good size have small been able to cure ;in uil its stages and I I -- _, Estimates Furnished No ,.., -
prey to the various plant diseases. I 16 Year Solicited. Agents. g rY .
proportions ammonia, potash and cobs well filled at each end, and that Is catarrh. Hail's Catarrh Cure iaJ J Catalogue Mailed Fres 4
Plants therefore, by giving
grow phosphoric acid likely to prove most should hang downward when ripe. ,the only positive cure now known to'I O. L TABBR, Prop. 61Bf ST.' KAKT IUUUIE5. CKea tt.MUT.na. wg&atKsaaojOjfflw
them soil conditions of the right kind
profitable but, it may; be taken as a "7. Nothing is gained by planting the medical fraternity. Catarrh being .. ... ., ,, t_ } .
and at the right time; in this is coir .
prised practically the whole art of fairly safe rule that the chemical before the ground is sufficiently warm a constitutional disease, requires constitutional -:I I

analyses of all ordinary farm crops and dry to promote immediate treatment. Hall's Catarrh eK
successful agriculture. The soil
may be obtained from any state agricultural growth. Early plantings should not Cure is .taken internally, acting direct-II -
COMPANY c
must be thoroughly broken and keptin HILL & ,
experiment station free of be covered so deep as late plantings.. ly upon the blood and mucous surf aces ,
a high state of tilth by frequent
cultivation. Heavy soils should be cost to farmers.-R. Garwood in Texas "8. Cultivation should be shallow of the system, thereby destroying the I ,. ."

Farm and Ranch. foundation of the disease, andgiving i SANFORD FLA .
and and the surface of
plowed in the fall, or very early in the frequent the

spring; light soils are not improvedby - ground should be kept as nearly level the patient strength by building up I i I Owing. to the lease expiring and oonteniptettag-> ebaage In the briefness, I .
Dry Wilt in Pineapples.Of and smooth as possible. the constitution and assisting naturein will sell aU the remaining stock of Hill Co'., goods ->t a great reduqdea. f
fall plowing. The seed bed must ', Hardware ot sfl kinds Doors. Sssb and Blinds Bpraee Ladders Paints KacbtDe
consist of soil and this the several enemies which attack "9. When other hay can be saved doing its work. The proprietors. 011$. Planet Jr. Culclvatos, CU Hesters. n.b1nc Tickle, at prces.lees gloss hey
open, porous have cost. ArUst MeKersU at baU pcice.' Agent for the Sorrento Brick. Special...
the pineapple, but one is of much con- and the so much faith in .ite curative J.,. '
cornfield be
means a deep soil in most cases. No readily can pas I i I m car load tots.
sequence, the "dry wilt." We were tured powers, that tLey offer One Hundred f''
immediately after the is
: two soils are precisely alike, so that crop <.
..1 the farmer must exercise judgment once frightened 'by (the Ted spider, but gathered it is not usually profitable to Dollars for any case that it fails to W. J. ;HILL.

.- the use of tobacco dust has rendered cut the stalks for fodder. cure. Send for list of testimonials.
1 for his individual conditions. It will
him harmless as well as the mealy "10. Corn which is to be stored for Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., r
:_ never do to let well enough alone. An
which at times threaten Toledo O. PRICE LIST OF FERTILIZING MATERIALS ,
effort should be made to make each bug damagein some time should be treated with bi- ,
certain localities. The spike is never Sold by druggists. Hall's Family I l
of
i crop an Improvement on its predecessor. sulphide carbon to destroy insects. t '-r

Each year's work should be stud- prevalent to any extent except infields "11. Seed should always be selectedin .Pills are -the beat. a rule the f-:1'1f, trucker' and fruit grower has :o pay two ..

:,' ied closely or nothing is gained from which are planted in land unfit the field by taking the best ears aS: commissions. A commission on everything he buys and a t, K

experience. for pineapples. But the dry wilt, a from the ''best sta s.Ruralist.E. E. O. Painter & Co., Jacksonville, Fla. commission 0.1 everything he sells. What we desire- do is

;I\ The feeding of plants is perhaps the fungoid disease which attacks the Gentlemen Before I used your fertilizer to save him the commission: : on all the fertilizer he uses-;by sell ( ,

f' most important feature in modern roots and base of the plant, much like O. Painter & Co., Jacksonville Flo. the leaves;, my' grove had a frenched yellow cast.badly Last and ing direct and thus avoiding the :expense of a travelling salesmanand #t'.

fanning, because it involves the use the tomoto blight in its action, is Gentlemen. : I have used your Simon year my fruit was bad, some-of it had the commission of an agent ..,If you ap interested in saving: -

of materials in a more or less blind more serious and less easily checked. six Pure trend with of fertilizer for the past a hard side and it wasted split and these commissions give us your orders for it is only by handling'

\ manner. Manure or fertilizers are I receive constant inquiries from all sults.years My crops very before satisfactory the freeze re dropped trees badly.have In spite rich of dry weather color- large quantities of goods that small margins can be maintaL,ed. We Itf f

"_ applied to the soil before the crop has parts of the State describing the dIs- were large and of fine fruit-none bet- since my using Simon a Pure No.green 1 last De- were the first to take the initiative 'steps to reduce the cost of fertilizer'

\ ease and enclosing samples of diseased ter. My groves have done well since and therefore should: have their ?tlA
f', appeared and once applied are no cember, and I have a' much better crop to the growers support.If .. T:'

longer under the apparent control of plants, pointing to its wide distri- of the freeze fertilizer.showing (the will lasting continue effects the of fruit than I have ever had before, you wish a special formula mixed we will do it for you charg- :

\/ bution, and I think a short article your and it seems to be perfectly healthy.I '
actual of materials used and $1 ton for 'mixing.
the farmer. As a matter of fact, the use of it as soon as the trees show ing the cost per ,
concerning it will be of interest to the need of it. old expect to fertilize again with it the The our prices for, the next days 11t
My trees
action of manures is very much under seedling :first of December. S. L. Griffin. following are 30 ,
.. many. I that have been fertilized with Simon Sulphate Ammonia M to U per cent,ammonia.... ....... ... .................:......
the control of the farmer throughout Zolfo, Fku? June 17, 11898.I .
I noticed the disease in the Keys, Pure .1X0. 1 but once' since !the freezeare Nitrate Soda,17 to 20 per cent ammonia..... .... ....... ..... ...-......4&00,

;, the whole stage of plant growth. If in 1885, and also in Bahamas: and looking as well as others (that have Dried Blood. U to U per cent ammonia.......... .......,..._... ................._..eUf
the soil is kept thoroughly tilled anda been fertilized from two to four itimes. Grade Blood and Bone 10 to 11 'per ct. ammoolA.;.... ........ 2&OQ ti
therefore do not consider it to be of Yours High
surface layer rom one to two inchesin truly ", Blood and'Bone, 6!/ to 8 per ct. ammonia and 15 to 20 per ct. phosphoric
little : '
recent atten-
origin though Isaac A.
very Stewart 1
thickness maintained constantly ina tion has been paid to it till of late. 1 Judge Criminal, Court, -Volusha Co. Bert Coosh arias w Syrup. Testes ful VMle acid....... ...... .......... ..........., .......- ......._.. .. 2.oa

dry, pulverized condition, either fer DeLand, Fla., Oat. 20, 1898. time. Sold by drvsststs. Bone, fine ground. S to 4 per cent ammonia. 28 per cent phosphoric add.. JSJI f
have it in Jamaica and ,
tilizers or farm manures are much also seen pre- --c*:*;* Bright Cotton Seed Meal, 7 to 9 per cent. ammonia. ....... ... ... ... 18.0Cf. Y

more effective.In sume it is common to all pineapple Intensive Farmlnsr. Dark Cotton Seed Meal W to I per cent ammonia...... ....... .... .w.. .......-IMS

'a large measure the profits In growing, countries. The first symptom -I (rrhe average yield of potatoes per Potash>>, High Grade w to K per cent sulphate potash M to O per lost actual stst
.; of its attack apparent in an inward Potash. Low Grade, 48 to B per cent sulphate potash 17 to S percent: : actual.. XM .
farming depend on the amount ofsales acre in the United States is from sixty
cent muriate of B to SS ant actual.. 4101Potah ,
80 to SS potash. per
curling of the margins of the Potash._Muriate_ , __per_ ___. ._ _....._
made off the farm; and, consequently to ninety bushels; in the Island of I You find the ;Kaimi.h H to s per cent. sulphate potah. le w H per sat- ...."...... ilA_
leaves toward the man who is Interested lathe
centre
ft is Impossible to keep re- accompaniedby Jersey-dhat tight little island of fine welfare of Florida and will find Hardwood Ashes, 6 to 8 per cent actual potash;........... .. .... ...... ;.._.:.. miss

turning to the soil all that is taken checking of growth and a dull lus- cows and superfine potatoes-the :i- the one who U In no small you war fully Acid Phosphate. It tQ 15 per cent available phosphoric add..... ...... .........."....
Soon I avadablo add.... ........ .. JOM
trelea%look on its surface. the Dissolved Bone Blac, U to IS per cent: phosphoric .
off. No farm can be maintained in erage yield of the latter is 333 bushelsan alive to the Interests of its metropolisthe .
foliage turns an unhealthy yellow or of Tobacco Dust. This dust Is sold by ample and Is guaranteed to be aaleaohed '
normal condition by the sole, use of acre, with instances not a few of city and to contain all Its fertlllslns and Insecticide, properties... ..;... ....J...... AM.
dull red and the ends of the leaves \ \ .
t the manures made by feeding the yields of 500 or 600 bushels to the acre. Ground Tobacco 13J5. "' .

roughage, as In such cases more plant turn brown and die back as the dis Of course, the area of land-is small in Land Plaster..... ...... ............ ................ ...... ........ ...... .............. .J.. .T.

__.. food is taken from the soil each year ease advances. In short the plant undergoes Jersey, for the whole island contain JACKSONVILLEIt Salt either coarse or fine In too pound sacks. 85 cents or by the ton...,......... SJI ... I,
the exact changes that It Copperas, put up In any size package, Iftcents per pound, or by.the toa...;.... ... .1
than is returned. As a result, chemi-
less than 28,000 acres, with about 19- >
'!-r: would do If it was cut off at the Blood and Bone, Bcne, Acid Phosphate, Dissolved Bone, Sulphate .z 1\
000 acres arable, and farms are very will not occur to him that he U not 10Inte..ted
ground and new roots were started tosupply. Ammonia and 'Kainit are put 'ip in'200 pound sacks. Cottonseed
although his home, his SD
small of them three family
containing
Scrofula VileInheritance. it with moisture. And such is many I and kindred may be InTAMPA Meal and Lara'Plaster, ipo pound sacks. Potash all kinds, J
i acres or less, and the largest has
: really the case. Under the attack of ,' except Kainit, 224 pounds. Nitrate Soda is in un /en racks from:: ,
about
fungus the roots die and decay, and fifty acres. 200 to 300 pounds. Hard Wood Ashes, barrels of 250 pounds. Tobacco

: I this condition extends upward into This makes the most intensive farm- Dust in 100 aid 125 pound bags. and cases of 3So tq 450

the. stalk of the-plant.: Being a fun- ing necessary, hence the yield of potatoes pounds. '1

Scrofula the most obstinate blood goid, any.fungicide would .be its natural noted. Such results and such not only s winter resort of crest prominence E. O. PAINTER &, CO. : ;

troubles, and is often the result of an .remedy, as Bordeaux. mixture, car- conditions prove that large farms are but\ ODe of the busiest and mOlt .. 'r'I

Inherited taint in the blood. '8. 8. 8. bonate of copper, hyposulphite of not necessary, and that, in fact, they progressive the entire'Sooth. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,

U the which soda, eta But it is so difficult to may be of greatest disadvantage, par- I
only remedy deep
,
goes >> '
reach the seat of the trouble that in ticularly where not thoroughly culti- -
enough to reach Scrofula it forces oat.
; The State :
vated. "Ten acres. enough" is not so AND
actual of doubtful
very trace of the disease, and ours practice they are, ,

the worst eases.My value. If taken at the very first symptom absurd a proposition as is generally At Lake College'I

Charlie afflicted of trouble, and a most thorough supposed.-Farm, Stock and Home.E. like Its elder sister the southermost city ...
son ,wall from lafaneyVita. of our fraternal Union, the andbeautiful
unique Offers Advantages Acquiring e
Scrofula,and he suffered so that. .It wai application made about the base of city of Superior J0 9v sde i .1 :1 -
impossible to dress him the plant, pushing the sprayer nozzle O. Painter & Co., Jacksonville, Flo. a ? :
tor three. Bis Gentlemen: For the five sixyear. I i
post or
years. .
down into the soil about the it g"
. plant, GOOD EDUCATION or '
head sad body were a - 'I have used almost exclusively i"1.o ,
suss et sons, and his _' may be checked. But after the plant on m v oranBte and peach groves &-. this KEY WESTis .::10 Re, a >11'11'! atY

eyesight also became bas changed colorand, disease has got place"' ytrV Simon Pure No.-:1: with Along the lines of Modern Thought and err, _'IM 8 1i.l .'

sfieetedlto'treatment:: ten into the root and stalk, the beet most satisfactory results. Have also 4 Activity. ,
4 close',to the warm i"JfC
waters of the famous ;
that -
/as spared
we
used it for the three the .1
thought would relieve thing to do Is to pull it up and burnit past years on Quit and each thereby connected h
Mace & Blake in DeSoto and Bookkeepers !
bla bat he grew worsewaul groves for transportation both Engineers, Physicians, u A
yet linked
it disinfect (the ground with fungicide are to
his condition was : Lee counties, resulting in fine cropsof '\
.indeed almost stabledt his, before replacing it with a fresh superior quality; our neighbors tie world bythe, bestRAIlWAY Agriculturists,

ever being cured when and healthy pJaI .-J. B. Beach' in coming 'to us for small shipments to Chemists ROLLiNSCOLLEGE
,. by the advice a friend Northern friends Christmas; stating "!
'we gave him 8. a.'e. Farmerand'Fruit\ ,Grower., that "flavor 'warn'much superior to '
1 r" (Swfffs Specific.- A decided SUCCESSFUL MEH AND WOMEN STANDS FOR e
Improvement the'remit.and aft* I any other oranges in neighborhood.
..had taxes a dosen bottles,no one who knew vonJExery Culture,: .the South. Yours truly, THOROUGH EDUCATION..
at his former dreadful condition would hays ; J. P. Mace! in the country, and we leave yon to guess In all Departments of Industry have
EDUCATION.
neogalsed himAn the sores on bis bod year the corn,crop; becomes a Its name only remarking that yon can'' Educated here. PRACTICAL
have healed, his sttit U perfectly clear ana lake Helen, FUu,.Sept. 2. 1898. been EDUCATION.DEPARTMENTS .
smooth,and he has been restored to perfect! mjore important, factor: ,_in Southern see more from Its oar windows than b71 1 MODERN .

health. Mas.8.8.M farming, and _the ,Southern .farmer, any other wajr. If you cannot find I Fall Term Begins Oct. 4. Send for new ....
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18O urn 8R;Xenon Stand Up for Agriculture name here look,on your railway : ":
Illustrated to ,
needs all the light ,he. can get on theSubject. Catalogue
its Uck.ta.1 Coauncrdt <
.:For real blood troubles it is a waste j The; .Agriculttiral'Department In spite tpf the fact that agriculturewas :\ \v. F. TOCVaf, President, ,. ColktUtc.Mask., Preparatory Art. Henna! {f
of time to
a from the doc I
cure
'_ torn: 'Blood expect diseases are beyond theilikilL at Washington-has recently published considered by Washington the I Lake City, Florida

'. Swift's Specific, a bulletin ,of twenty-three pages, of most healthful useful,and noble em- TH/E BST ROUTE. nOD Every Irt yen.emphasis The protestors It laid upon and the Instructors t'D.trae-'

1.:. \ which ,the ,following, Is .a_summary; ployment of-man,, It is today the most are experts who,have held corresponding + f sI.

T .,SS.S11God which Ruralist' readers 'will,. find, in- maligned, neglected and unappreciated. land.position* ,In the, highest* college* In the

r structlve. This is because the'press and politicians For parUc1iJL.., schedule rates eta, Place Your Money Beautiful Location.Methods.Healthfnl Excellent Surround Library,

'( aches all deep-eeated cue."whichbther The southern farmer"wants;to keepin hoping to gain favor with write to O. D. (Ackerly.. General Pauen' :o Bank until we teeny you a | 7toc situation. IngsModern Fine Grmnaslnm, WeU-rnrnUhed_ _Jtoons, .
: w. ..,.. .
\ ; cer Agent Jacksonville Fla. pay stared Tbe largest, eR.ndclleap.,. Good Board. :
remedies have no effect upon ,It mind that proper'cultivation bas farmers,' Ji.a'Ve'spoken disoonragingly. Mt babes school la the Terms Reasonable.1,Each stndent given

a :lEthe only blood remedy guaranteed given larger'crops corn'in'the Gulf They say that farming does not pay, 'soeth.Business a room to himself without extnt charge.6XOIG .
;purely vegetable, and 'contains no pot states'than' res assey s collegesColvmbne J X. VAU.'frrts.
in any other part of the thtt thf price products is less thancost'
fah,mercury, or other mineral. \ Gs JIIna"'ham.1a. -1'01'farther tnfTmatlos and Catalogues
world and"yet' ;the l Gulf states send the of production. There has not ,
Books mailed .free to,any address to, I .lIaaqeery..I.. JackaoaTllte. apply to WI1L11I war, AgattJra.

Swift Specific i Go.. Atlanta,:Ga.v .\ North -for..."-,hundreds'of" -. thousands of been e time:.. 'since. I-;was,. old enough to.i ioc i N. K..u. 7-er Write at Civ.*f*?etta'acne!?-\ .1"mn .
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t The New Teacher. teacher on which oocaiion the building back to him, but his trembling lipaj I A .
# was always packed but theterm THE HOUSEHOLD a surprise. She said she had followed si! ,-
; as Showed that his confidence in himself xt* n inches bog. aodM
j her >*ra Inch*. .
mother's
i wore on the attendance grew was somewhat shaken. practice and no one had (le p, near: toe end of th*/'ntl.

School District Number Nineteen, 1 jc leas, until at the close there was "Will yea do a* I told you, air?" I I FOR OUR HOUSEKEEPERS AM prettier laundered table napkins, center A strip af mouldingpal! s/. 'i
I ou tkt
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over In McComb county, had the repni> scholars nor teacher. said the teacher coming so cluse that I OUR LADY READERS. piece and all such. There are tla Upper .dc. It WM 4b:1cJftJ: Imt

k: utatlon of being a very rough place Before getting to work Robert Cole I he migh't' have laid his. hand on the washing powders she would be afraidto two parts one fur taU| irrt1.1 *

J lu: a >oung teacher, and no place at made a quiet little speech to the chil- other's arm. I Hatters :Pertaining to the :Horn*- I use, but she certainly succeeded.She fur .hurt, by putting \ID.- and ot e _

: all for an old one. I, dren and while he was talking he noticed Ned Dock's reply was a fierce oath :Helps and Hint for the :Hou- < made eight or nine needle book Inches from the bottom ..A* shell LlK trs '

It is a curious fact that any kind of' shock-haired lad of seventeen and a savage blow. wife-From EitcLen to Parlor- with flannel (delicate pinks and blue) roonrte cb"ftn1.b..J.t rgy of ,
tDr
: '1 i The Fireside. for the u.a4. .yr-
.ye Fsr a teacher can get along well in some with a hair-lip who persisted in tickling I "You licked my brother, but you inside, out of half a yard of with bell trine **.. pitted. vrtvf tl* iroot.

districts. The people are so kind, the|l i : the ear of a little boy in front of I cant lick me!" I fine linen, (white) cut out eight needle !' In rheas shelve went ..
kept
-
children so apt and gentle, the school him with a straw. I Robert Cole saw his tack and knew Christmas Gifts. books, embroidered a pretty flower iou. toilet artlel. y17m1sc. ,. ; .. -
ft
: house so coey and well furnished, and Robert stopped and pointing to the'j his man. He t!hrnw> off 'the blow with "What to buy" and "what to make"are on each outside, tied with pretty. rib logue, ammonia. tooth-jxrwler' ,, tawrf. ,

; the salary paid so promptly and graciously culprit, he asked: his right hand and before Ned Book I f absorbing topics just now says bons. These ,are pretty Christina age. and other f bottle that .r. *vf.t

thai teachers are never "What Is your name, air?" who -wiais as clumsy as he was powerful a writer in Farm, Stock and Home. gifts but unaightlr Tb woodwork ""'W

t changed unless they marry or go into The culprit looked about him with could recover, a blow planted be- But when one has plenty of money the Sara H. H ntoo. always to stained or painted In "...,....

fi s aroe other business. a laugh, as if he expected some one tXveen tote eyes sent him in a heap to I I question of what to buy It seems tome -- pond with the other woodwork Uuroom.

T *"l regret to say 'that model school else to answer. the floor. is very easy of solution. Subscriptions Little Things that Bar Many f Up sand .

:;' district are by no means in the ma- "Come up here, sir," said Robert, Quick a* a flash Robert dragged his to first-class periodicals are always Much Worry. A friend of mine fused It". t.a.

jority; they are not nearly so plentiful sternly. rebelhwua pupil to the platform/ and most highly appreciated gifts, Every housekeeper knows how next I ng Into a new b>M sr'Ui4 e** of Wr.

as good teachers, for often all the The culprit again looked about him set him on his feet. I for both young and old. Nicely bound to impossible it! is to prevent the supplies upstairs bed room-was quit ..... ,
of school and laughed.He The copies of favorite poets or authors, or in the kitchen from running low, md
success a depends largely young ravage streak another narrow, both end bring set .f .
upon the hearty co-operation of the was still looking about him blow and again was knocked down. a new Bible or prayer book for the and not to 1ln.d. at the last women by the sloping' roof. antJl tL..prtglt
_
"r parent when he felt a hand on his: collar and Then Robert seized a short pointer mother or grandmother. Articles of that something indispensable is lack walls were only four feet kifV. A

11.. School nineteen, over In MoOcm1boowaQ' before he knew what was up, he was and he applied it to the fellow's arm furniture or table ware or bric-a-brac ing. A cake is to be made, and there large double window la... IIf4,s .

was constantly changing Its Jerked into the stele and draggedthe to and/ s ho den till he roared wtth are nice for housekeepers. Young is no flavoring; Monday morning where the eHIIoff WM '})!best. for* ,, ,

teacher. I platform, where the teacher picked pain. girls enjoy the simple bits of jewelry comes, the bluing bottle is empty; nisheil light.Ve hT *0 .*.. slot* '

; Every new teacher wa perfect the I him up and set him against thewall. Will you do as I say, Ned Book?" they may be permitted to wear. Give Saturday afternoon. : leaae, ma'am, rooms, aDd know that the. .,....

f first month; simply human the second "Yes" howled the beaten cur. the boys skates or snowshoes. The there keno any wood," and so on to where the:eeiJiuff \4 eo tow itlm
>**
; .. "What is small cheap cameras and typewriters the end of the chapter. The kitchen usele**. This
and if he or she remained your name, sir, Bobert "Then pick up that tobacco and woman called a farprsfter

1 through the third month, the children asked again. "throw it out. Quick, or I shall takeoff both of which may be had from one slate] with pencil attached, on which to her aid. and the .pr,. <* **. '

were in rebellion at the instigation The boy with the hair-lip stammer your coat and wear out anotherpointer t to as many dollars as you can par, the cook is told to note down whatever able of the room wa ditfaM/ fats

of their parents, and the brains of the ed: on you." i I I make most acaptablepresents to both is wanting, is the usual recourse, three parts, aDd drawer .*4. t* ft '

a gossips were busy concocting slander "My name's Bill Dook." Ned: Dook picked up the tobacco: 'j i boys and girls.] All children enjoy but even this fails. Sometime the 10 the spare Th lower dr -.,.>

FiT which their tongues did not hesitate "Bill Book, I hare heard of you, butI and when the teacher opened the door story books and toys and the larger memoranda are really rubbed out by were quite deep and were .... ,....

-to utter. was not prepared to see you begin for hm ,to throw it out he> ran, bareheaded ones puzzles and games. And don'tforget accident, and very often that excuse: I for skirts, rape sad other tWar

Robert Cole had just graduated with your devilment before I began my : like a deer in the direction: of the sweets, for Christmas always is made when something is forgotten i that are Injured by tttlilmg. O. ti*.

c honor from a well-known college and : school Now I should prefer to get his home, followed b Ms frightened seems so much more Christmasyto To avoid this, have a small tablet; a'' other side the spar was .*..d (or el.*.

by the way of recruiting his health, i along with you and every other boy brother. =' t the children if there is an unusual pad of writing paper six by three eU, sod furnished with I** part -

and replenishing his pocketbook and and girl in school, but I want you to During the rest of the day Robert j I and bountiful treat of candy and nuts inches. Bore a bole in the center of doors. The sppesraor of the te4.tt "

getting atarted In his legal studies, he know that you must do as I say from continued as If nettling: had happened J I I I, and fruit. the upper edge and put a string was greatly Improved, sad M .

i determined In the absence of anything the very first, or else I shall flog yond n and Ms school was a model' of or ( "What to make" is a much more through to hang it up by. Attach a room wa nnuaalljr semrvw ta this r

better, to teach school for a a put yon out of school. der. II difficult question. House jackets and short lead pencil, well sharpened and booM. she ha often *a*.rwf *w that

' year. "My father's a trustee," gasped Bill School had just ''been dismissed forthed capes, embroidered slippers and suspenders suspend'! the pad oven the kitchen table be would not do wither U* rVMrt.

a Book. daintily hemstitched and Initial just where it will be In and drawers for .
The, superintendent: of schools for ay when Ned J>ook', father and I plain sigh t many time slat -
McComb county was Robert Cole'* "I: don't care if he I* fifty trustees. Ned Dock's uncle, both trustees and embroidered handkerchiefs, traveling while the cook i is at her work. On they'eot,-Prsirte Farar, '

} .y friend, and to him the young man ap You must promise to do a* I say or I[ I powerful men under fifty, came to thec.hool cases, sewing or mending cases, I this let her write her memoranda, Impressing -"

plied. shall fling you out of school now; you 11 and: demanded an explanation. I IBdbert or "the bachelor's wife," .a* one variety ,' it upon her that she I* not Experience with C&aau.

"There Is only one district in this understand?" saw that! these men meant i ifigfrt I has been named, are all very nice, to wait until a thing I Is actually out The advent of Ctaaa Aofttri ...n>

,r county that'baa not a teacher engagedto "Ye Yea," said Bill book but that: they were made of the'!'I 'gifts for gentlemen, from the very ,. before ordering it. Then the leaf can ed an Important era IM IW ......,.. .f .

the end of the present "Say 'yes, sir. same material a* the younger belies I I youthful young man to the gray-hair- 'I I be torn off, and you have' the written these setni-tropksl plaata, wfckfc. at.

( holidays pay the largest sal Yes, sir; I understand." He explained, and said in conctosion' : t I i led grand farther. Pincushions, doilies list all ready to give your orders to now ",naldf'ftdtJiaJ! 54 every ,
soft cushion covers, laundry, shoe, "butcher and baker and lawn. The foretelling of It* jflarj..- '
ary in (the county, and ,the money is "Good; go back to your seat." 'If either of you men came to my''I candlestick
j t stocking and button bags, handmadeaprons. maker." pressed nfe ffroebly. bleats W
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: lure, for the district is rich-but Bobert' Cole resumed his Inaugural 11 school I should expect you 'toms. obey ft ,_T
then-" address just as If nothing had hap I II i I 'kerchiefs hair receivers Of course, a bookshelf for took- specimen was duly JNtaW (a i '
I hemstitched towels, knitted or crocheted I! prominent bed la grd. 8o.
books my *L.
and e-
'But wired Mr. Mcorer asked Bob pened. "But if we dldnU do so?" saltghl ed : : a reliable clock should be
bedroom slippers are all gifts' where I had read that tfc* varirtjr '&A.
on a convenient
y s'4 ert Cole seeing that the superintendent Beyond lecturing a red-headed Ned's unole. shelf.-Ex.
suitable for one's women or girlfriends I best In poor soIL" This I did aX lathe r
/ hesitated: of sixteen till she cried-she also Then I should; make' you"
was
And If you are in doubt aa to least believe, for I had ks4 lea
"It is hard '* "Do Closet and 8he1YW. *
a district. a Book-nothing unusual occurred you think you could?
t the most acceptable present make a I. aDd tsttmate ec-qula'-lIoN: ear
Bow 110' during the rest of the day. "I don't know whether yon Intend any houses are built without making -
cushion cover, suitable for either sofa flu of many kind sad had fsllj ,1 Wen. they slander the femaleteacher Bobert examined his sdboOars, praised coming to my school or not, (Mr. the proper arrangement for doe
hammock or floor cushions and < onstrated their of
ability
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., *, particularly if they,are pretty the: bright ones, encouraged the Dook, said Robert "but I know pretty yonwill ets and cupboards, and It boom appropriating
be sure to please, for no one can for personal giorfSeatfaw UM 4wsirsble
; and the big boys have a, 'ashionof backward and got them all classified. well why you and your brother are I Ihere. have necessary to provide a place for )
too
I t many cushions. Once It was that element la the richest sad
thrashing' the male teacher*." Up !to this lime the oldest Inhabitants Your family has been a curse I 1 clothing, trunks and other thicgs
bags at Christmas
time and there strongest soil which tike lag-ramify .,
: 1 should rather like to try a school of District nineteen could not recall to tlhls district, but they must not !i|'I are very useful but which do not ad!
were bags of and Maid
every shape size and' maD copfort, Caearqueattly fexpected -
like that," said the young man, with a a teacher nrbo began operations I tand in my way." Here he rose, and for to the appearance of the room:, if lef
conceivable article
every under .. to break all previous rrrori*
x. laugh after Mr.( Cole' manner. locking the vchoolhause door, put the exposed to view, says a writer in an l
the sun. But in this later day ft i is of the new acqvisitiaa. ..
*X>h, I am sure, Mr. Cole, you could He had not been there key in Ma pocket and said aa he came exchange. ,+!
long enough cushions. Make all of
can
and you every A corner wardrobe closet is Cow tntaare'tnrs nbermn/f manage the boys but the parent to bare Ws back, "If either of ;you or both of yo u or very .,
qnaBflcaftkms a* a teach' material, shape and size larger than the bed
and
older brother interfere. Why, last called in together, Imagine that 1 cannot flog convenient in a bed room or ..dttlngroom the soil forked -'et sad
er
question year a young man taught in Number they did not know him you as quickly as if you were,boys I'll!1 and is eaaibconstructed..*- Twi tIle'W,
will be
long enough you sure to'give your women wide'pieces of board tion was filled with I podthely) rrf**.
fastened
nineteen; he wa a power fellow and \make ? undertake to undeceive' your, are to rF
t4 dharge* against his oharacter and girl friends each and one "
w a,fine teacher, and he maintained. or The Books exchanged &''lancet. They every two walls which meet in a corner at a to telL However, the reservoir ws* 14
the
ao even Books had to confess "just what she most wanted."
c height of five or six: feet from the serve as bank atvoant for the pUa. Wl i4
der. Of course: he did some flogging,, that, ,while the young ''teacher bad were flogged without strikng a blow. "
} particularly with the Books, but a lot rather notion to They offered their hands to Robe. floor. A row of hooks placed near the draw from later on. Tb* soQ ra-4
queer start with, he
r /" of the men folks lay for him one meant'right. ; and called him a brick, and told him Christmas Suggestion lower edge of the boards Is used to then thrown back and .UM'' bed fatJ*> t: -

night and after beating H" threw his school to do a*he pleased from this:thne on As Christmas presents for youngfriends f hang the clothing on, and a th c tr shape. AIR west well fats wkOar.
.Rabert'\Oole loot well organfoed -
him into the pond and if he hadn'tbeen b* treated all alike and they: would 15t&nd.by' 'him.; who are anticipating being cornered shelf rests upon the uppr Fine fresh lard* unrolled rapidly bat
; and
: Robert married soon, or for matrons youngor edge. A foot above this it ..nothershelf after a little they blanched strangely
an'apert swimmer he'd have while took them at their word and
.during: study hours be never relaxed old table and household turned brown withered "
\ linen with fastened to the wall in hr aam-s f fad
drowned. A* it wa he escaped and his discipline, at noon and recess District Number Nineteen, from being +

the next day he resigned," said Mr..Moore. he went out and played with the chfl the wont, became !the 'beat school in monograms embroidered, are among way, and from the front edge 1u.np "Drench It with plain atnlpt w*.
the most popular presents. Table lma curtain of ten," was the advice bat
; J dren, and BO prevented rude conduct the county.A I prettily figured sateen at' given BO
'"Who are the IXwk?" and, !laldy! succeeded Robert Cole and i en including cloths napkins, centerpieces cretonne of a color which h rmonl76with avail The rbU had strode the reer i _

s. "It t* a large family.; they are related vulgar Book language.BUI she aid 'ahe never met with. better dollies, is done b th.in simpleFrench the other furnishings of the tuft, and deluging the soil ooly.. rooked -
tees on&is guard and took raised work. For
::15 in some way nearly every one pupils or nicer people. every day room. The lower shelf is used for them with|a, bigger drink. My ,
not to offend
care again, though htth work nothing is more satisfactory
in the district, and I believe yes, 1 erto he had been the"terror of all t'het.eao'heraj Robert practiced :law near by, and I than raised French work done with hats, and the upper one Is\: g cal "center piece. frm* facetiously commented
:I am lure-two of them are trustees from bis the 'Books became bfe client, not that 1' place for vases and piece of bric-a- on. The 1 roofa> were lifted I* '

at this time." Robert Cole saw that dogged be fellow manner bar,,, they bad a high admiration for his ta- thread.embroidery A dozen cotton fine, or damask fine linen linen brae, if the ceiling of the roam Is the fall and asitaey were sound, but '.'

"Are theN no good people In'' the bored revenge and that sooner, or la teUeotual acquirements, but because 51 high. A three-cornered box with a ,not vigorous, were! ensconced in a 10-
napkins were being embroidered
;:- dlttriotr asked Robert Cole, feeling ter be would try to gratify It.A they believed !that the ability io resist b'' friend for Christmas bylade andthe a hinged lid set on the floor, f. a co n- inch pot. given indifferent, soil std

ti a bit discouraged yet anxious to undertake the winter came on Ned\ Book, a was a primary quaHflcation: for a lawyer a gift; venient receptacle for boot, .'ior placed in a sunny bay wfndo.Llq ,
were exquisite.: She
the school for It* very diffleultle of shad and 'Robert had. that: quality to monograms and rubbers. A panel door ma/ boa uid fertilizerwere datifutrv passed oa
young man twenty who left first went over the letters with darning '
*. ** perfection.Bisulphide. substituted for the curtain if i'rcferr to more appreciative muss. nerertaeless -
.
hool for good" two yean before, cotton, laid on in long stitches,one ed, and the expense will be slight, i If nothing but leaves resulted; the*. '_
r "Oh,-myl yes, indeed a majority of: took ft Into boa head to attend pm.N' overlapping the other; she 'used a
the you have one In your family wIt hn< were good to look at and UadawCrozy ;
people mean to do right and Dook wa a "heavy, powerful of Carbon for Bats.I frame and used dine cotton floss.
.
. + would change matters U :they could; ing Note best wrestler in She counfyyOn -noticed the article in the American must be done evenly and. neatly. knows how to use carpenter's tools. and Gen de Ulribel made opail

t.+ but they are- quiet, law-abiding folk, of Bdbert's: friends hinted io Elevator and Grain Trade about A center piece is pretty with the<< I A friend of mine has a very prettyand deficiency of bloom showing what a ..
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who needs leader and dread to set ;him that Ned Book's object in coming the-Texas man and his box with a bottle monogram In the center-with a border comfortable lounge in her situ N canna should and could do Indoors la

= % for'themselves. If you say *o I caDget : to scttbol was to make trouble for thteacher of bisulphide of carbon in his of fern leaves around the edge i! room, which I was surprised to fix mid-winter. ;

? you:'the..ohooV said Mr.Moore. : rather than to get instruction, grain,'bins. It i? a remarkable fact and :when decorating the table use !j; was also used as a chest for the extra Last spring I cut down ,U e stallu"of

: "1: .bU be, thankful if yon d- 'I from! him. and Robert soon saw the. that the great success with bisulphideof fern leaves laid flat around over the ( comforts and other bed clothes n and divided the root growth into

have a theory' of my own about managing bit friend wacrtgUt.The . carbon in killing rats Inj Paris, center piece instead of a vase of flowers 1 needed in the summer. A box sx' thirds; two of, these were repotted In !i'

a ,.hard boys and I.should'like.to. 'teacher not A bit alarmed determined France, was what led ;to its extensive In the center. The feet long and two feet wide; with cantors ordinary soil and a moderate allowance
monogram
trvj It," said Robert Cole.superintendent. to carry out his one rule for use in;.the West for killing''prairie' shows off well. under the' corners and a Ul fastened of liquid fertilizer given acct

j 'he said, Very all. He would not let the .big boy dogs. I'am positive its great value for I to one aide with hinges, la: tlfoundation. atonally, but out of door pot culture .:.I
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p ,I ," and within a week Robert Cole smoke or chew tobacco either in the killing raps is not at all appreciated I ,A handsome pair of linen sheets The top of the h)<: Is was no more fruitful than that is- ,

r hall met the Uuatee and was engag- vcbooibouse or on the ground*. in this country. In its use, however, has monogram worked In left cornerand padded with several thicknesses of doors In fact the foliage was less lux- ,j.
', V5S editor the ensuing school for rats the hem two inches wide with a old quilts that were too badly woe, the ..
I year. "Edward Dook, are / dhew1ng tobacco killing it must be remembered uriant, owing to more rapid evaporation ,
Ha was a well-built, handsome ?" asked the teacher\'!he day. after I.! that they are made to live in close pretty pattern of hemstitch. You generally to be used In any other way, then covered of moisture in the open sir.

I young fellow: and during the twelve the big brother entered toe tihooL places and the foulest air in which prefer small dainty pieces to with blue denim, putting the The third section was located in the J

day that elapsed between his engagement "Yea, I am," sold Ned Book, and to any animal can live, and anyone who give away, but useful ones In the light side out, and a full ruffle of th e poorest vein of soil my garden could I .

-e and,the,'time when school wa prove it he spat oar the floor\ tries to dispose of them with ii must family are more appreciated perhaps.A.dozen denim Is placed around the front and furnish; some water wa of conr I

j tat open;;he visited all the famffie "You can not chew tobacco\Yiere; n eraia t. table napkins i* a very handsome two enda. This reaches the floor, and given, but assuredly the subject was ,

# that had children, and did his best'to apart from the example you. stet\the Three years ago my. barn was over- present, all hemmed ,with the conceals the box from view. A large not "fussed with." As a result thereof

.., .create 'a food,impression. In ,this he younger boys, I e&DD atand *uch! rtfn with Ith m. The first treatment I German hem bv. hand. and a monogram ----- pillow, also covered with denim I 8 there stands in that usually barren .

war successful,;and( when he opened filth in,, the: dboolroom." \ seemed a failure, for, though appearing on each one.. I have a. dozen placed at the head.- A lounge made spot a robust plant stretching it. glorious -

ohool'the t; Inhabitant' in Number "I've thawed :for year," laughedNed. somewhat dazed they seemed as that are laid away as carefully after like this for the dining room woulddo spikes of clear yellow to a

F ,_ nineteen I felt"that they had at last I pnty as ever. If it would not killthim using, a* jewel, the letters are to nicely for table and bed linen. height of sir feet. Individual flower

I got the' teacher that they had been "I don't' care what you have done, I, of all men, wanted to 'know beautifully embroidered, and I know Place a partition across the middle, measure fully air inches acmes and ..;

1.aldngfor: 'for'year and year. you cant use tobacco this ehool- It,'and, I gave them three more t doses it took time and pains. dividing it in two parts, and use one the larger petals are fully two Inches

' x Vfee doctor and the clergyman and house Go to the door and throw that within ten days and they gave up and After having these lovely centerpiece for table eloths, napkins, sideboard wide. Obviously Canna Austria i Is a

thdrheada and aid one'to the other tuff In your mouth: out.** I .hav not seen a rat about the',place embroidered, you must be covers doilies, etc., and the other for law unto itself a fact demonstrated '

,*.mc.1lr.ble, i* certainly. .acoompUahed ,Ned Book laughed and threw the: since he place must have a bad rep- careful to launder them properly. The sheets and pillow cases. The window at the expense of a little personal con-

gentleman, but his refinement quid on the.floor.Pick . utation i\the rat kingdom. The best I most perfectly laundered table.plecea seats and cozy corner so much in favor .

sndcultnre are all very-much that stuff up and throw tt way to treat them Is to saturate cot and also la dozen cambric handkerchiefs now-a-days could be utilized In celt.A dwarf canna (Sent Bowden

afWurt,him. The Books will.either out!*;'laid CM teacher, calmly sod ton waste with bisulphide of carbon, I made 'up with lace and hemstitching the same way.A growing close by. looked quite like a

;. Oiive him out or he will leave in drif '. push it into their earth holes and cover were done up by the fair recess or jog in the wall may befitted small edition of its "lily-flowfrrd'

-' ,;, I *4. a*,other: have done .1 long before : Throw Ik oat j anelf. Mr. Tweh.er.b1dI".ict the holes.X\f they dig the cotton hands that embroidered them. She up :asa bookcase or closet. If perior. It is the only canna which

Tats ten:'i';, ui" ,sad Book.Tt ., out give them some more. Where!; they use pearlineJmVtead of soap In .warm the jog extends from the floor to the might properly be called dainty foot

j i Robert ::Golel* plan wars to. ]o' his '.* 1' h ten':mhrate*' to noon, bt*:I cannot be got at finder buildings, only water. It, loosens the dirt and requires ceiling, have lattice panels set In at inland it is that in leaf and SOWft'.'" ,

t osir<-: "con cienrttouly{' 'to treat ,allmd.nevifr :I ahall;' emisbatdt'now and can'If a foot or two above the ground, a norubbing; and they are very the top and under this place a pole a* both. are small, trim and ilender. '",

,.ua;le to give aa; order ton minute*' .:ruer..; ':The,school -will' modification' of the Texas man's)plan white. an.d'pure. If she use pearline fastened to the side pieces of wood, The color is a little deeper yellow and "'

T .whioi'bead not well. considered, andwkkfi aH; leave but EHward.DDo ." might serve to kill them, as the Vapor she doesn't use starch, but Irons while nailed up to secure the lattice tran 'lack the clear transparency of petal; )\ r

r & .heiress: .- not prepared to"enforce., With' alarm ln,;their:free* the Children iis heavy and in\uch. a place damp. The: .handkerchiefs she stretches som. From this pale suspend a curtain . the two smallest petal 'are"itaiikd' =

1 ':a'few: :other; obrervsntpeapie ,ahoolt : went out, and' *ome' of the,'big; wonM nlt el.TtraTeI: ttt the bottom on the'window pane aa smoothly which fall before the, shelves with red much deeper, than, the iaiotdotof

;";He fletermined to keep hit tempu.s i it ger boy, among them Bill Book;with of their holes. -There wo ild be no 'aa possible and leaves:them.to dry.. '1 protecting their! contents from the : Austria. This Is also .soiree ;

; require prompt' obedience from the a look MikfacUon:i on hi*,ugly face danger of lire In 'snch here told her I had used and
) t ca eIf pearline for: clean- dust sunlight. This might be ftt-I I bloomer out of doors: but ha never
r looked In be' :window*.<;; __ ,.;'\.,/ wen. no, openings, the vapor would Ing_:purpose* and washing woot I ted up for a clothes press or wardrobe. done anything indoor The :extrem ,

a'''' ,jwaaxrftea' remarked that'>co1 ,- :lwvcr"Dook: tried to amfle' ,when? travel ;through.: 'American' .Elevator|blanket* and:heaTy articlebut'as ;>A convenient medicine chest i* made height thus far attained U 39' ,:tnchea,'

f ntn ..';?; e.tieta.....!..aeRui tf, >esesebeor.bdtel"'the door C"t''':'''''-''mad- ,sine-. and 8rainTeada" : \j I dainty Late bindlurehieG, eta.It ns.j by_fastening'1 box:twelve'Inches. high :American: Agriculturist.rr f '.,
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/. | it must be a mistake, but Totem was so I... NAVY HEEDS .MSB. "?I PROCLA ATIOir-TQ :CUBAHS,, *' : w.b. .,
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dead sure I let It go in.: lie heard It from Land :for Sale

k'- Christmas I TION. some of your church people, be said Baba.......*; fltez.tloaeto.ldPeae.13.'D..isred JOB. Wood !..... s,PrbTUi.ssl D.e- : I i ,
Boxes 2i, tare
'"' to Be. -- I M ust have got you mixed up with somebody ... Belie. Co...... larstloa of Isd"S4lGen. ' 81jbtyicreiotrand: 'of which; ";acres: ?4J

J-' ;, 'z ]Ilt>silt for Our \ \ else. Sorry it caused you any an Tak_ AeU... ,- .1re. fia* slide-land' ., one:aerets1md.: .(:

li: 1 E. MITt iELl.. $ noyance. I'll make it all right next r r cultivation and*9 ere! of pine 4 acre a i

' i' ... week. And the editor returned to:. his If a treaty of peace with Spain Wood, military governor pro la trader good euttlnUioB.condition..._Four-room log' oos* :''' s
BItaued two
-- '; aIJea''weatof ;
Q .. hy..t- Will Carey business' which consisted, just then of ihould (be signed before congressmakss tern of the department of Santiago; Cocoanut Grovetwo mile from,, -

r-;"} w..ela r.a.... Wlsk t. smoking a cigar end reading a late I provisions for an Increase in ,aa'1s&nrda proclamation: in ten see school in good neighborhood Two how **- -,S
Mmst Jl.t !.. ... t the deacon justas novel '' the enlisted Jon leJ",is dyed' ?'
, -y ' j strength of the navy w a "provisional: declaration fruit trees-m pearincT went Fkad F
; ?t., ,1 i tw sweet I opening his small The deacon clumped downstairs his that important branch of the gorernl of independefacei: tarmln.lJm .*?Terms taot essh : -\M

tt contrary old mind even more rumpled. meat l would be badly crippled. With The first' article ''guarantees- to the or IIA,With ftsoo fMfr. balance 'two ,

The quartermaster's Farnham," the min than when be went up. the increase of the navy:there has people the' right; of assembly.for theCommon years with, interest. Address/ 11, ' y 1

', the army arranging to seizing his hand, "1 "Humph! he grunted to himself. been a,demand for'more men, and at good and-tp+ apply;,to.thosen :r.:.. '': l -:. ';

I 1P : rood offices in the direction My heart' has been "They're an .impudent set, those nev s- the beginning of hostilities congress power by petitioaor.remonttrance! .Sm.lfs.tm' -t'Cooo Qsorzr;Fri::
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L : sorting a reasonable amount gratitude all day. paper fellows; the whole lot of them. authorized Secretary Long to enlist !or the redress of gri!T$>icRS.r .;.. .

Y;;';"'t'"\ inas gifts to the American 1a )'ou've done,deacon. Thought it wasn't true did he? I'd like nongh men to' man the vesaetabut: The becond ,section guarantees> the' ,

1-- .' the garrison at Manila. It your" reward will to know what right he had to thlz kit their services must be. dispensed with right to worship God*;according to'individual ?I& all. &PdllffislIlar II11.

. to start steamer sure. wasn't true." when peace is declared.
:cary a April 1, conscience, pro4tdedthere: la I 3 t
::: Francisco early in dazed. As the deacon was crossing the little when preparations for war were beIng no interference with any 'existing1 NeW Harlhora'a'torida' "

}' :a to reach the Philippines by your meaning:, etc I. square which formed the business ceh'er made the men and apprentices form of workhip. Tile, third section; Air hiIIS ', ,-

.at' :! and friends of the soldier an unwilling of the village he met Mr. Wright,a, numbered 13,096. and under .>'jhe.} authority directs that courts of' ju'sdce"&haU! ;fine'JloridaTnxakLiaa.j; i
Tails im
=;:' beyond the Pacific who wi r'. embarrassing brother deacon in the church. \ allowed In the conduci.of the be Open to all and that -no private: Klaet July (.IsM,; t .

.,.,.h. ward boxes of good things "Well, Farnham," exclaimed Deacon war this was increased until the" maxi- property shall be taken; by tbVgoverri- Nose Yom NOKTHER.T, JkoKjitotl:;
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: ;: lu correspondence with went on 11 r. Ladd Wright, "this is a fine growing day. mum strength was reached August 15, ment without compensation.The DaDj50p- :POINTS. DaflrDmflyIVIs

ter Gen. Ludington on the dampened "You That's great news of you in the Chronicle. when 2 .122 enlisted men/were in. the fourth section, dealing '.with SOOsMOlpllffip LvlaekaoovUle, :Ar !SSp r
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.it The rigid rule has been u don't know what I ." Seen it!I" service This number has been ,.gradually criminal trials; invest* the accused ta 2a t Arr.Fetn.i' ..Yale..w.Oa l ea: U Tafa s4opn' _
n.d 40op
.it-f that Christmas boxes for hide a good deed like "l \'e seen that newspaper lie if that', decreased by discharge of ''the with the right to be heard! himselfor 9t3a 9 ;....erett..N' T 54s ,

'f;., at Manila must not contain shine. Everybody what DeaconFarn- naval i;,Bnouwiek. f 'al
until :
you mean growled' reserves there remainedon by counsel and to have Compulsory:, ,.:savannah ..4H670a ? "
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i r of sweet things and* best of all t ham. t Oitober 15 only 20,279, men. Of process to secure the attendance;of a' 120Bpll55p188p Lv..eavannah :,,Ar BIOS 447p 44ep ,

it: l turb the. digestion! of. men deacon, and'He'll Deacon Wright laughed. \ these. 750 are on receiving ships and witness in his behalf. The nflh section 240p 949 1 ssa: Ar.Fafrlax,8.0/.Lt"..Denman 'SMS an* Clip *., (
3Mp
;,....$ the tropics. Mincemeat, : : to get"In m y Brother Little was asking me aboutt 00 of them are short term men, and says no. person accused of crime 97bp faba -" August*.G*., : 1i5*:- '7 Q

--: .. and 'candy will be . Don't_Bay' a word," just now,'ami I told him thiewun.t'a'w I DOt available for foreign service. shall be compelled. io-'give evidence .406pI 424a -"** Columbta,tl. **. .***. o"nSOOp 11

ti... small parcels; and it is & off before the un ) of truth in it, and that.you'd against himself. The sixth section de-, 145p35pl047 .Aah iUle urg N. *," ? w 'r -5-

the packages be limited in could- gather mighty mad when you saw It. Won farther clares that no such penonIt'ho Is' 515p t t "Charlotto'H&Hithuxv,?.,w" t/ 1 .
9 ati ;
the department will not where they got hold of such a.yarn any be crippled the departments will be once acquitted! the charge bronghtagainst I043pl210p130p Greensboro
forward over 1,000 tons ,as be looked I how?" '. '\ nable to reestablish European': and him shall 'be tried again_for .ton 5ip !tap Z-tiS10*,*"*:. 5 ion 8s' :' ,

,' most. The packages will retreating form. Deacon Farnham watched his brother' bother' foreign stations, and will ,be the same offence. -.,, --.,. ,; '.: :I63asaop atop "L thbnng, UOOn! Pra too Sals.* =' -'
h delivered at San 'Francbeo expletive Den- deacon until be in the ompelled'' Theaerenthsectio 5 pOOsilSSp tUSliUAMoa
U disappeared grocery to'put some of,the vessels > provides:that all: .e W .
r; epeueto: the government allowed himself, and store. Then-he turned slowly and ut of commission.; persons 'charged-with i',crime:.shall.be: "t '" ..Baltimore...'N" *42s 920p f. ,.

-'- no fund for transporting of it< he produced continued,his way ,- -Secretary Long will ask congress entitled to bail eliceptIn.caaesiapital ; | f.: 114ap a Mp 33aoop :"" :..I'hilide:.New b M"-, ttiaaSOOB WBQ '

plies, and It is essential that n and force. That evening, after supper, the deacon cr'anfacreasoofatkast' ; : '?,500, men, ca :offense. andthattthe'wrrtl.ohabeas : ! t_ SN

termaster general shall parson got into his 'was' strolling about hUr farm, .Sud which will bring the enlisted strength. corpus mat Dot.be suspended t ou1018s f flOp Lv..JaeksoBvttM :. [ / 17bo L
tt lion In each ease .for the pa tp himself, he' denly the stillness broken ''f the the t00p Ar..V,.prerett,...Lvt 7 Ia4tr -l- '
as twilight was 9 navy up to 20000., Everyap:: except ]commanding general-of the: ,7tsp t".; rAtlanq....-. tt aa A =
i,3.
go aboard government ;, t which led to hir by belligerent sounds which seemed to undreds applications for discharge' department deems! it 'adT sable.' The, 416a 54(S r.Chattaaooga.. Iont000p ,

) OF met 1 It can't be that proceed from behind the big barn. are made by men.who enlisted for,the' eighth section says that excessive ball' 7aop "-.Ctnefaaatl.::" ;;), F r .-

< EFFECT THE, him he's SQ ever Hastening to the spat the deacon discovered ar and whose positions in cirli.life', shall'not be required and,that no excessive .' -fee.fift Ko.14 leaves Jseksonvaie stsp.ia,
i 4 43 ,
remsadiaa
? nk
at/
p. 30
1r 'Baffllsa for' bringing in the his youngest son, a lad of 11,, are in jeopa.rdybec ae they, do not:: )fine nor cruel or unusual pun-- ett at its sod arrives Branswfck at lAjp.p tatsaaa
-t .Talak._. 1n fierce combat with neighbor's boy"Josephs" r equine their duties..* The. depart'; (sbment shall-Jje, inflicted. ". .; leave fsl"-m arrives r M Brents st 7a0P aT""a.', if
na4Vttr
j| Will Yemandlna7Ma.m'-srlves-Tuteel
** *
rNntila
''; > w. too puzzling, sternly commanded thea nent i.J unable to grant the erequest-- The ninth"section provides hatpin a.m.and arrives at Jacksosv a at 9:40 a.la, -
Il..essasy la I7alt he reached his-f deacon, collaring his son and nd this may cause many" of the'men 31 rder't 'secnre.the. people against nil-: znanA at rcrk"mnlleKlre.lnr" *.

t 'Bt. Hon. Leonard Henry him free. "What. are you thinking of? who fought for their country:to foietheir ', reasonable search' 'there,..h'all'1ir.t'be'eltablish ; 8HOp.m.respeetivetr drun.wkkarttringBrluMMfrcim<. ForK w Ort t ntr-TMH ia!, '*; -V

on the kitchen Haven't I expressly forbidden your positions in civil life. ., : dUnder: oath; presumption.cf .. leaves. JaeksonviUs .45a.m.wltb Unongii Ueeo.erv .,- .
former
deputy speaker Greenhill ?" rriTln/ V w -Orlesns 7HOs, > m. OMrV -_
Chronicle fighting
*v ; and unionist guiliMThe tenth section guarantee* through isieeper.llne.- .Arrives Jsexsmwltiet., ? m
K '. of commons parliament for now the He\ 'put his straw hat I' Joseph, defenseless in th, firm grasp .. \ "SEA-SIG AL G. DEVICE., : .1 vatprave q.all'the' tight= to write or'print freely fromNewlhfesnsfAlpnt-- nSLXxmf 5- 1 .., u,

hIm and settled.for of. his fathers J egan to whimper, while On any:matter, subject to responsibiU?, Q oAit szsnoZp. r
/\ of, Cornwall at.
speaking Noe ,
:. of the weekly his opponent vanished with remarkable I :Appsrata .alrea'a'Tiiotr.. ty forabuse of the right.. ".< : tnd'as Vast Mafl- Sleepers betwera w w '
.
', : .Conwrau, laid that one of, I .- : : i Nsw York sod Jacksonville_ and toe O rta Mtt .
Ist i and his : .alacrity i I sash and SsceeMial Test'st- .- -_ ,
The -
'.waF rays I . f) municipal: lawslare-.to'be: administered -; BleeperyiaAshevulev.No >r ,
the with : '
: ; "quencea his ."What Hebakca-. "*"* *.87 and/esrryThronzh Sleepers between Fx
the American fpeople;had drop outbf mind, do you mea sir? Answer i i J. ;, in accordancewith( ,the se"li JaeksonvlUe and New York to connection wtth w

create spirit which!mahi for th'e.warin )met" continued DeaconFarnham. givIng"hUprUoner f\ declarations of rights, bubjecl to mod, & t2.7snd U withiPunnun Sleeper*. tstweeaJacUonvUIe ; r
a ; another shake.wasnt An interesting teat sane made.at,this ifications -! and Tamps. / .- .
.in ;
which
thef judgment ofthe
future lead to'a great :' Ko.M earries the C&efnnsU and Florida Ltoited. --
R of American character and- : stretched .his> broad I :"I 'really fighting,"" plead d Hoboken (N. J.) pier of' the North Oer- 'commanding' general: would ;be This Is Dr ] by Wo.W. = .
Ul4'O]!. full harvest, Joseph. "I was only punching Job mat+ Lloyd. Steamship company: of the; beneficent,and !the XO.Ma TXNE3lOeii.raM.Ajrt.> s - t
promote principleS''ofen .
MJu.t ad. of-being' . LL MARSHAL,life,Aft.M WTBaj Street '" .
a alf :
: Jolia t :
laiden Tucker for ucigraph, an tarentionof.. .w. '
with rich : saying things about you. ; htnae'd ehil &ilcn. JacKsonvlQ&i -/ -' .
industrious, peaceful, and 1 fruit. '''hewhole. "About.roe? Well what did he *ay Hayward\ for signaling t.The'It1! -. .* ; O.x.Hl+Wen.Trtr.Yin--Agt.8f.JLacnstta*;' t ,r,

sive peC'Plt.id?' Mr.C9 rt to unstinted :care; about me? Out with itl" i cigraph.is a combination of typewriter- .F
Americans, if they:.ta'ke':'' : and Instead of s screen or 1"
"Why stammered Joseph "he said jStereopticon. :<.. t.
!in Cuba will hart: Co keep a there ..a r ,pdJy! revolving' -". ptn-rorheel"--
was hot and heavy, wara't no truth in-=:inr'what the .
-
Ix and influence military force'In Border drowsy, and De a.' paper said, and .1 said it wan't none of needs| on which are thrown the signal FloridaiEast Coast 4tig -
of the United
,went on- involun his business if there wan't,and-and he letters that are brought' before ., a j '
the American
"Although ;as he .sat on the 'said his father said you was too meant strong light on slide worked by ,a: TIME TABLE ; IN
,of thepeace commission have A NO.15. EFFECT; M AY.18, lfi '
.. ... in his hand*' The ,give a pewter penny1 and as for $200 keyboard. pure' white light thrown- ; .
.. that'tbeUnited, State doe upon'i the disk is ,
' lower and lower,and you couldn't afford it any way." ] intended by the in; BOUND (Read Dowu): ;- XOBTB BOUND IB.siVit. -
to .
CGb* or Philippine, : ventor as a of
signal attention.When"
i from his had '''The deacon le of his son' collar .
grasp .go -
of our"own ;.country baa answered, by' another .8LTi i8r : < N0
ofhis, lucid ''m o. and walked away, leaving Joseph much .e..el. the let; r ; ta4T .
C when once there,'* aD'oceup ters :representing the international t-
intention to' lesv of something which. surprised and relieved a* his speedy re r.. ...........fy 1........ fi ?
*:;after code. messages are thrown upon the .... .... ask.oarltl..N..1..N.:
I } back'his wander lease IlopuausAV : .. ,: .. .. I
been righted na. seldom: : 'and startled The deacon' 11.k.I I;These letters may varyfrom a /1ap30DSaLrN.. ...........N..NN.F..St.'Aa ........... I t4ia t
him brtyrs. were drawn isheave ''
a- / 11 lea .. ..
.. .
..
into'execution.. minimum of'15 feet to size 'and .N.L..rN. : : a : :a.In1..L+ / i tf. 4.
< ;: scowl He did not mind any ry, pll- 3
being rN..N.-.NrN..N. t ,
u "Tetwu emphaslie> "the. e which so aroused called.mean-he was used to that but may; be :seen, by the naked; eye:.at igreat.'distance. : I1 101.'saL ...:..:...:.. .. alatks.-{ ,1.IP"Nit..N.ar.....:.+.. f 110. . .
of the"peace'propbn.ls fth-. 400't. l Ej 1'11rT'er..Fz.... . ,....... _
; : his the. last rankled The testproved; )sue* '' :, : i. +te. : f.N..}. .q...... ; '{ tea
"thue'had beet spectacles and .hriputa: OIl in .hisbreast aesaful. 1 t lOl L+ .1.. S.a Yates,. "-'

;- -,J ncrganlMd "V ;T: "" Letters .of light -18'.fe inlengthwerey ITTC Lv...< ..'.,.: . ,.. ,..
; .ettlelnte: / & : *edltorfilan! 'There'had alwa .'been a { thrown upon -a 'jrerolv-1. are ""; ;: : r:; : : EE:;: :fi:../: f l/a ; !
,; JI pa 1o-AmerlcaD..conflict : that- slight UT>- ing screen-and'co'nld'be'seen' with ?oily 111 .: .;. ... ::: :: : I 11 2a ...L'i' -
Upland L
farm.; has do acknowledged ::jealousy between these 02p Oraasa .. .... .
; :
: ftl
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'f .been,, ayeLr.e4'e: "after ,,p& of J200 towards the farmers' whose side ease f mthe'2ieW': York aide. >SQ I :.N.N..N.NN.N..NewRm :wys::.::::..N..a.T::....::..;. f IIIOs albrN -. '.?
Seeds lay b i f .. ... . h
'been'arouiedb ;the'Maine: new Congregational ;. .a : : : : : '. .
"
side ' TOOPARPMONTREAliImperial'Camsmisalfta a r.INi..l.w; ; ::.:::h'' .";Z;}:: ;:- : f N.t. 1. ..vw
: ;' :: .is to be congratu )J. .GUNS, .. : .; :," ..N" ... Y' ,
FARTIFIGATIO OF'' ( : to count such:: a liberal Mr Tooker had contributed$200 himself ..i-;' '" .:> -.' ,....Nw... t/ ". .... ........,........-".._a ,............IOY".Ar'_"."'''. 12 .:..N..a -: .: .
NNN..N. .. .
:Dcssrtatlaaaak ,of" aa-. + : : -f.: as-one- -.of*,,-hIs---t .received towards'much the>church tafee-iorhia funds'act., and. "had. i. tlllsrr. : D f eas.* for Plaas.tbe'DoThe Jf.w-'A 5-.... l47p t/tip wN..N";.::....:.....:..:::.:E:.. == =, ..:...N.w.N..l.r..N.N= ..::;::;-....; If ?.w..y.., .. :

.' .*'fl'k.*:Batttrt. down his* "paper with .1'So.'Tucker"says"IJ' : can't afford'Itl" -..: : ailaloa:C/ty Fe .N.-S.".. i l M.::.!:::::::::::::::::;::, 1lalNt.awN..wNr.: : :::::::::.tn -j jN
f : :: v. .. IOl ............_...... ... .c
". : I he mutt Ted'to himself. Td : .N -" +:w.sa. LaeIei _...;....;;.....N.r.G:...,.." -
N a<- ; jnstltk ; i 1B /tl .
>> > IN..r.NNw.Fort
.t. : ,aloud : N1.( N..N4
said :
+ -p ; 0fall I to give him and all these folks who kris w imperial comml.sion'.pppinted ,...:. I :. ;;;;;:: ::::.'. Fides :: ....;:: r-; :; ,: ;,.," Si ( j.

_'Tbe ;war:department :has' ; ."struck. . \hisflstTon;" ... 180' ;Mich';: s surprise'that would make to Inquire; .Into-and .to"-report 'on"? ;a ......:... t/ft .<:lV.:w..N!.:[.:i.<..;::::UH:!! !:!:.;::.:::-M. :06sM* .:...N...1..._. ; ;irv [ '
# ,
detailed-deecrlptloa"of :the ': } .them'talkWsome: 'purpOse' But It general scheme for,the pertecting'oithe"defenses' N..N C ; Bo 8oaB4 N.,1r;:,. 1 n '1"'S- ..
y'f..r.NHrJN..NM1.Nr. ,11.M..NNW
; 'f u rtherl:irpm the li2p .. ..... ... . n.NS;
i would of ''Canada .,and M a: .N :' !: .NN//'t.. .. I .
tions Havana..Besides old be"justfoplishifessanda waste o t ; which ,.... 880p R I4 petal s:: .x
.IMIIw..NM.NNN: lArck.r.w ..
are,''.t3Jner.; guns. These: : 'ta-gite'onecent'. money into the bargain Can afford iheyl" it, satin Quebec'at the time of the open: ,...... 'OOp _'N..1ry., ''.<:" _'!..'............ ...._. ..!."t."..i..N.u. .' zr'i! :' .TM IS ...., -i.t ,: -
1g of the' little .... "/Np r .....,.....:..,:.....Fora +
Lwdadaleali..r.-o/1 r t
: :
of the .
principally of the ::Hont ; : ,': : The'deacon chuckled in spite ing, Quebec enference,.,.has'been 'N.N. 10ij) r 1... .. ""',..... +_. L. t ., .._. .. .., Ni ,.. ; ,
.i: in .
$200.. ' '.' *
f done pattern,' but. there ; \ 'of his wratba: "I'could give them something quietly:at\w rkfor; .(some days .... J030p Ar.:......!....::......:.r .......YtamL.la..L. ". r I _- -: ;a; ryL.

4 Krupp ,among,them. j o1f''but could aff ru 51t;' the iQ--ta1k'abontl"-he 1: repeated, ,". l looking Into thadefenieiotdodttaL. '. BETWEEN.MKW!: SMYRNA.'ATCD-ORANGE CITY JUNCTION; -

,t: -TheistrengtaNf the $ "e l1t-was also' ,:the''next day>Irs2 Farnham 'had an 1t.J.tafl;) thatthe plan favored by STATIONS.. .

... r"on.ln :Havsna is e.tb: & '; profitwhich; ' 'so early"'dlnner: n 'Border that. she, might the'commissioners; for tl e'defense of .z yr
000-- evenly 'divided be.tw ; his pocket was ever 'get';"cleared up" a'QQ to Montreal 'embraces extremely- longrangVbatteries'on J n eap U /Ofp' ,#' 1 *l 1.
; go thefeewingcircle. : 14 ;tea.
$5)p12 02p -.r.i. : ; _. ,
Oreaf.at'1 . .. .
"
? .ungrudging gifts.. : ; :: K.N..N. l! s
tiers.and' regulars.: 'This: When she returned,'late iit the:mount n:and > 12 lopdt'.o'a: at Juuc Ioa.f..J:>...:.:, ,. if a , -
of
r; ,, .eou1lf'have i..been Increased ; s -life found the i; afterRoonher husband was aealed In extensive: {works, to protect thehdty _., >4H traig> P rwq New BmyrB* and Ornts City Juacaon DUy xoytitBsdy.

' 'time;'.by calling provincial : ld, and the.neigh hisaccustomedplacon:'the back ate p ., from''atta k.._;;.They;;also'suggest powerful ? .r -

Havana. of- bars; Farnham.;.. ,\The, COD had a profonnd'oontcm'S worlds at St.;Lambert and Canghnavfaga s .
'
'The.:'exact;:number of: ; ; "do with. :for serving: circle: L V\f.: the south shore' terminals of The; cllmte of the East:(Coast:of Thrida

ana 1& not known b \'the' 'afit.of'generosity! '."17teirtonglzeargo.a! ,sight .fasteVntheirj. the'railway bridges, which w 1dlolni%
.
;on hand in depots artillery < over:the deacon. .' needles,"he often said> ;( '' "" ** an iDtf iot'-'defe ae: to"a'lotig'line of: I. Is i;nearer 'perfection' thuT that' ;of aay' ,r.

stores" .of/'all divisions :of.. ,building down :'Now he greeted his:wife swith: ''Wd 'r detached forts and.works covering tbe, other
of, the.'Island/of, Cuba' Is:; : : _not likely; to receive '.,Maria,';what'stz'latest"gossiPi"; '' -. "' strategicalpoints! 'e.iroatier: ;the place oa .earth.C < f t '#' !

,rifles:and:carbines, 131,015; } Ha had shown no in- ATtingeof: came into MrsTFara-; Kicbelieu" ,river, Lake'St',,Francis and t '
-
Ston, ,rifles.. 137,974; 'otp from the' very first. :;ham's faded cheek "Why, Israel."shblack Lake Memphremagog.. ; . -:.. "" /' '-
illa*,"14,000 total was dilapidate. ,.replied .
;" -A ; 2S2.089.- };smoothing down- her beat cWA D.OLDGLORY;
:
-, : number'only 30,000 are be e : : decay' ; but.the,dea* I''silk,"shin3 from longserrice,twe talk .} : C..I.
"' an7 reason for_for : <
,new, Of cartridges there aie ) . about great many ;
,
--" 1 things. We.spokeof 'Gaareul'.IaidertDisriai': IB*, Bsfinstal .' .
'Great'ingenuity bu-been 'r ,.ihei nee/church: ", 'f j ." parts af BrtUsh : '(
;in tbeeonatructlont< deaeon'll 'irritation_ : "I71/:warrant.: ou.dldi'i -** .... -- Traop; "
{ T lntemiptec HsiltaK -
,.r; lt's.A: : .__
teries,;. Closely,:nnderlylng' : the startling, an. '. I jthe"deacon3 /. .. .* *... '*', .! :
.' :.ott --- ,
the soil Chronicle.:,, "' .: '. ,
: in the:vicinity of. I I; "They told me:that the Chronicle< ettIe bef rHhe
;-coral rock easily excavated.: $200 ir1L
"' towards the new build Canadian.battalion imperial troop ks
.5 5 are cnt"Into' It, :and: from exclalmed.Tiiing; to>> Jng;. .Did you rhearsuchastory n"t' itHaliYaaN.S.weie:; ; marked.by'annnUBuai
tenets n thing Is'seen to better t thin wbe ra ?pnmph!?'%'responded i '
oiIt" eaddtd-I. neriluisband.What' ;;incident.-- At'the ..conclusionof. ,
existence, or extent' of._d, tc- fu111; and return: .- did...yod.say.?*?"' -' -r! __' --. $hepprtslOO[\ () men,'|the,pick.of the

- j I i .:"Sar-- .answered ,>lii...rFaTnhanl.ihat1 .' a x
: garrison pyramid by mountfag'npoaoLelanother'aahonlderaiad-
t "WILL BUILD WARSHIPS t. :.Slie..d.ea ;set on. '
: ;: arl S.". : "may;: jthVre w U't.oWord'.ot:: ;:
M truth in it,''gf couiseI;; the -v \\f\
: l ; told them yt>u the man at ape,fineepecimen ofthe.
.1. : later
'De..l.ptaoa ; Deacon I Far ,,aalan't'bearto .
; ' 'i : theVideaa; minutep ; \.British'":soldier; atoodwaving'in- ,J-

'-. .; t baudlas !,a. "Q the.steep and, 3usty :; K5hjle (igive: ; 5200/ ,,:which.".ie.a mortalsight'bf one',haatf,the'j'}'uniori.I ;jack;, and'In the
-4 .. :0..:...a..t. the:'officef of the tnonep" r: ,. ._' other '
the.ataraaAd''stiipea.This
..:., ;:; S l' :Chronicle,,:He fount ,1' :DeaconTarn ;:' Th1mjcach7
hamrosBtohlifeeti'Hi di1&
;z f ;''::1'.tN\ reports.-to, .the" ; : : .desk,-:ln.r his shirt' : dta'aottook..towards1 hla wife.' ber.oftpeetato..preftCt nom5' ;J It was the, U ;

S'' :;ment.tell of a marvelous ; easy,. [ ."1 must :.my, Maria,"c he' exclaimeSsharplyi .ttimelathehistogofHtliftixthatarr. "
a :6f .shipbailcang"In. ,th.i !{ u n > : ; ; : '
;
Japan aq = '
'; ; : r. you took,a gntat deal on y0 n .D'of.-_ a British regiment; had, ;.dis-: t ; '
'- -3tatesSConsul"Harrlss: at ;:Sitdbwn/ yvas_ .bk:_ self L- Bow hr. Ki
know
.doyou but
I : ;;: .;what the played= the-flag of'another.D tioDAn ., ,
\ Myi: that there has just. .been : f paper:saId.Is irne--orgong to beA.h ,
15 there the largest : g mans"puffed:'! t the''i added td, ntmselff and he walked off -; :.' '..ua.ka001.."ra .:
t ; "
..launched'outside.of Ai from.the exertion leavingha| .,Officialiegot'tajshoir that therich. :
fife
.;; :ropesn waters.- ,She, Is, 'the ; f l 1tpJ'O! eyed i dumb amazement.staring'after, "" him', "J hi gold prospect found In,Uailca.;:' cr ran '

t. xMam,"bnllt by the.Minn. :, getting altogether I The<'neat:dap the deacon stood'S again 'area of.,100,000square.milesbeingISO ;; : '

parry:.XagasakC; ,and>er of rou --m ak- in the' editorial i office. Bejieemed-.a .. -mile*.wide by 600 mile bag" sal tf.iis, .ia neap are nr> f ?y

,'ilt. :'ment J.41,660: ton; ,She is ; meiathatityje.**' I! trifle:e mbaiiasaed-arid' consciouv: nd '.Ctar* >rs.Cfceap:la Faerto':*. _.., ; _tnt tlravei sat Ytgtrll. Fsrns at tas notrtrAvtsrf t* ,
Lloyd a" a 100 A-l f Her ; ,be"so modesty dea : his efforts to A traveler In ''
'.' Ibi : i speak In a natural b8 Da lid PuertoRica sacs that-a rroUH .BITEE, L1IE TTORTH ad BBC1T BJUFLOEEA , ..
buDtat ThVr
ncev, ;: Kke that ought. to be.. manaeroulynaultedingianghiaton ,j ctgar.gliil-'to! .theVvpresent ..fu.r8' ,
i* e 'r ace teichd 7dn..iStli
f )opened at iunew r + . a.deeper grnffoess / .' "" American,ten-center can be purchased' ftvsi rte W t = _

-- :.S'R'.Jeet'long., and, beside- a ( : -of.his profert was :, Iju at dropped ii4** heWid, 0\' ;'' .there. ,tortwocesitav.. : _" ', ''EAST COAST KULWJLT., .:Q, .
'
j .sand.powerful;; : plant the ship o- e h d to. "you" ntxda'tbotber.. about, I "
.
cbrrectlp, W.r1i'.
; ,
5,f company 'htiLktatsyarda s ; Deepest: GMU:Mia.. 1
'
: l that statement! I in regard to girl iwan
my The. deepest :
i:: sell np to 500+ feet long Idiot told you that to g ( coalmine'tn'.theworiii :
;$200 the new church Ju "
;
? '- t let it stand> in'
-;be'docked,<< '.there.. The 'aiid :the__Lambert Betgiam.yon-c; -
take it ,
:you can ;--or,if yo 'Te'got>rO nap any more about :d+ ke'd< 1"
ploys 2.000me ; e jBcendi,3,490 -T = ;
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; l. .. Whets
', ...;. give 5200- i it, makftltlISO better!'? And the deacon 1'|Ileac.obaon i ; may'probablTb: s'ar. '
y-t.w: ...,t.e'aq.IW :: coon"' |t'I'b| some- got. away as'fart aav he cbftld., krTuckeril head of
i former duties a* '
: :;;:jthatChurch'folly. < '? Vned_to h1i
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*;.T3 ate nonr l5O indthatepUltaawallura r rr'0cib
>*re* over Ki0 : ?' wantit -- wus. art nt'--o naval conttructlon', .:
: ; eOAt he chuckled to himself p '
tlM.KngUshj'language,.;.eb ; .**' at thF: Danl eadcm T.;where be served, J- i
: "It'lieirt" whisUedHhe: editor...&& tlle 1 balttIM b..k"Ilrat art \<"
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fcj\Aenes.authoritle mintwi es
v or >> :Farnham.;'replied tait: "aatit ht r detach ; t 11.W )ad.q St
f*$,S ere4fean in theGerman deacon closed the'doorlMl)+ .wonder theadet.year comptliingtbe'tin{ 'YealawLr 'I flpurfsh .SDdltsJtan combined. ; : t !) >the_ >d es- whatever brought! the aid min to that? the t' .
; smnctiou tarn.. : 'J.RrAUOTTaJT.J&i1U, -
teought at the time.WOTki.itip I'ahonlda/t.teondeeiiltiwsaah'date cuss drt>I:11.LwT' ; .' r .
.:; :Ys .POt.D ; con* p Ne ozk: ,,during'th -.ThqraWlCW..,sansw tt+d.>Lajr hhaL
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:( HAT CHRISTMAS' feT a1nfostRupnli. ]us wi11 r btu. the h

fine display) of holiday goods that) we nits lQWipJt J inv'

'rl SharpReminder Shaving Sets, Tool Chests 'for mechanics, and Toy {Tool1s) '/, z}

; ; '\ .Qhests for the boys, Velocipedes, Wagons, and-,Kocking}--" n

: I Horses. Our stock is complete* and you can find Christmas -/ 'j. . ?

x .r gifts galore,;that are useful and will appreciated "


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: 1 ,J. W. WATSON. { .:f'f ,

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MATHUSHE PIANOS AM0 G OllR NEIGHBORS'! Revolver in hand, Mr.'Courley took the f k"" 1'.

w= t I Are {llanos with II name! pursuit as far. as the depot'but the rascal G.
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Pianos That Haveji Reputation < - disappeared in the darkness among V ng i' ;, .
Notice to Correspondents.
sUnul the teet of time the .If he dare come again .,
"Second lo lIon They- are \\w kind that liru" Correspondents should take palm to' get palmettoes. ,- ...,S!:" ,
and sal'iailed the most critical UHIOMMHIIB in ewrj! way. their ll"tlt'rtlluto this office by Thursday mornIng the- inhabitants of ibis vicinity are t"

THEY ARE NOT :ismn or |'::inalo:: evening's publication mall. Our the spade let ready to receive him_with buckshot, '. : >, t; .l ::;

tern of correspondents srjtmld not be' later and all are on the alert to get, rid of : --. r .. f\'t"
a+14 .-. OId-style pianos that have been rented for years and then offered an than Thursday morning. We Mill need cor :, :' ,!
i''. ; great bargains uor are they cheap, i low-grade" pianos, made to sell respondent at Ft. Lauderdale, llI llandl Cutler such a neighbor ,4"' "." i'.t. ...,-..
Atkeo. Klllotu Key sad 1llOme -
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.' "at half price. one do the work at these places? .Keep your Asvay rJ ;.r'A
section to the root. We shall be glad to serve .. .
EVERY NEW LINTON LOGIC.
F PIANO IS ; you all well.C0c0ANUT. '
; t "and every part is made in the MATHUSHCK factory, which is a -' :
3 guarantee that it will last a lifetime > PROVE ITEMSV Laura '1'aylo'r' spent Tuesday. at West
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WHO TAKE CHANCES Palm Beach. Machlne

y On cheap piRn() wheinUe OLD AND RELIABLE MATIIU8HEK. "DOTS BY PISE.: J. E. Chambers spent Wednesday at Valnabl Talking
can be bought at price and:terms to snit yon ? Rain Ilain! Last Sunday it i came, but returned to Palm Beach
L There are over 15,000. MATIIU8IIEK piauoa! in the Sonth. a regular pouring down, rectifying :home, j
He to ,
%_" "You should have one. GENUINE ATJlUSllEK PIANOS and Thursday morning. expects c
the truckers'gardens '
t'C 'A L l to1.D Oh"LY' lit bracing and giving up chance many;to let out return' with bl. launch Thursday of OR /;>'. L ,.. '
SAT'ES' this week. Mr. Corps will retort at
LUDDEN S. M. H.
later plants.} : '
t +:, FEED KANN, Manager. Jacksonville, Fla.i S!> E wt Bay Street the same time. ::;
. notice Mr. Samuel Brown'and
We _
t & t iovw \ P. H. Loud, a commissioner (spent GRAPflOPHONE ( .
wife are with us again for the winter I
In town. .
MIAMI DRUG STORE season.. All usual they are: guests at Friday .' _. .:.t.
the Peacock Inn. Miss Minnie' Lyman went to\, Lantana _, --r--. : _

SANTA CLAUS_ IN THE Peacock & Son have shown com to spend a few days with M,. and It is One of the'very' latesrarid.mc perfect imitators! the '. ::

evil r4'J i. _ DRUG STORE mendable enterprise in macadamizing )tfrs. George Lyman' She returned- human voice. It,talks! sings, and makes all kinds of mnsic'.r. '

Tuesday. < loud enough for'you' po hear for fifty yards'or more '- ....r
ist the road from the boulevard;up by the ; : :
'' i S Calves you a most excellent' opportunity hotel grounds and on out until it joins I Miss Effle Tucker spent a few: daysof We will give a chance at this wonderful. Gr phbphone"with . ,

to make a choice of an unapproachable the county road. It is both a wise and this week at Palm' Bach; the.guestof 'each Dollar's;' ,,worth of goods purchased of us. ... t /: .. aRerremberithat

assortment of Due an .enterprising move. Would that Mrs. Wbldden. $,i i ;f f. we- are selling : -j / .

'; Yy1 toilet articles, combs' brushes, every citizen of the Grove were moved', ,, James C. and MisT:Kate' Rickarda : x < :

ye a l hand mirrprs, shaving' set, and by the.same impulse. made a short I.it to' their sister on SHiOESieheaper; : : :+ '

r. -.-. fine perfumes.ou will find a The schooner Magnolia arrived from Saturday.' i.J&r: -iI' ".

,! nice selection of Xmas card and;! Key West Jut Monday. Among ber A commission man by the name of -1* L

t : ;., ., -" y'. other_ goods' at low prices at this'q other freight was a large bil| of goods Simonson made a business' call in town .. ':.L' -' -f .
ri ator for one of 'our prominent business, Saturday. 'than it Is possible for others to, as,webuj dirc- :< ;"

houses. from the factories. .'. t.
ARTHUR F. LAXG, at ;
l Mri. R. W. Milbnrn spent Sunday '
.--.! Proprietor..Royal / W. K. Martin was up from Cutler Palm Beach. She returned home Sunday BEAT "
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y Ma1lf Wednesday looking bale and hearty., night and went back Wednesday THE .WORLD : ,- ; ""

w lie is pushing things down that way,.' The family will'move' tbere 60 Thursday J We have'a nice; line of. LADIES' SHOES':.fof hard wear '. ,
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and il'vested.beavill here in onion and of this, week. t in -Glo\ie; Gram' and Calfskin, and bur; CHILDREN'S $, "' '

Tailoring tomato seed and several barrels ol Burton nrt_-duty at SCHOOL SHOES' are given to be*the best Jrf town.> ...
;. Q seed potatoes. He deserves toj win anwe d! I. H., ia doing x<,*> : .
K, # I* the-standard '. Juno this week.
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$ be be successful.
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r hope may ; A School Companion
: of excellence., . ..7Today I -
at
W'Blackmer. was a visitoif
recently fron .
B. G. Eichelberger, : .
; -Next' Year: Ocala, is raising tomatoes and egg. Palm Beach'on Monday t Given witH each. 'Mir i and-the.0,00 d Luck Heel: Circlets i pat f !

' J. .. :IAlways- !I1 t plants on 'the Shone place at Cocoannl, t Z.T. Merritt, superintendent of{the .in FREE OF ,CHARGE., ., ', f..1: : .t.J,t
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schoolshere r
Grove. : Dade schools,visited the
.-:' <." ":" ,1.Qnality/eyer'.iinproYing; < ... county J .'
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4; x.. /', r" ,:.;:Pju .pleasing prices. .t-.trm Harry R. Bruce will put in two acre I Monday. He spent the.day HATS: MATS : #
J of tomatoes, one acre of eggplant another d night in townjand went to West Balm -- . ,.. ''' ".
: ./ :. .: R' f t.. i. . _. ; vegetables on his pine land abou l t Beach Tuesday morning attend'\the '
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LeCIIICkGOU'.s.
KSK'J: "j,'.'.:".:..J.:,"'.,,,,. .'-i..,.".. ......,. .,' ''''' :. '.,=...'. ..',.,v, : .....Jr'..... ''" a mile west o/the. : Grove. meeting, of the school board 4j H_ ATSi; ,:! f ,: ':: .

Union Congregational church services, Rev HUHHEBS, PROP, HALLANDALB.Mrs. Bi' ,the. carload: ._ Js:. tries Bolton, pastor-Public 3 '
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,! f w n..Kr th: largest stock : Hats .
every Sunday at 11 a. m. and \iT' p. m. 0. 'N. Anderson, 'Miss ..Alida *: .

d J H.CNEATHAM,4AGENT. ,/tBt311DE BUILDINO alt\\ are cordially inviied. Johnson and Mr. J. A..Norberg, all of south_ of J irksonville.rrces.?] ..,
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: MIAMI.a7 Monday night, December ?ftth, ,a N.Y., arrived at Hallandale v- irqmJSQc: ,.
r Brooklyn ". ..... ..... ":up. ,r .
dance wilf be.given under the auspices Friday last. :Hr."Norberg spent a f w 5
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of the Housekeepers''Club a$ their months here last winter/at which '-"c 1rt*r ;-AlI/styIesV' hapesVandlcbl6r8J;: : S

club room. Dancing will commence;at time 'he,put in an acre.of:.pineapples.' n/; wV v-# : *,: = "": }d i

FE.\BiadVr&C9. 8 p.m. Admission 26 cents. Refreshments He .now"' baa twoT acres of pineapples' Santa Clans: Findsthe! 'S ;i'i''O'i

will be sold atreasonablri, 'rates. and three acres of,tomatoes in cultiya- ,
Tickets for sale at Miami at the usual tion. '+ ", ". r < .

:' : yGioeeiies ; r Gar den. Se$ yA. places.' 'I| Mr.Olof Zutterland oft the Halland Rigbt'Plac8': : .' :-: ,
= Gainllayiid; .. I . '
.. Roll I. of,honor for School l.-No. 2, Cocoanut Land Company and Eastern. agent To choose' the veryr t'I t t"tJ.d.- . '. 1t .
Grove, for month ending November for 'the Florida East Coast Railway '
30, .1898: Irene Ne'ibold, land..department left Sunday: .New / swellest styles 'out'In i men's fartiishings -'- J
)fIrI AGENTFOR'"JrAPR'ERnLIZERg" Charles Frow Fellie : WestArcher will atS... when becomes ht"rt'.: We s :l '
Perry!; York ,Gill: .He, :stop over o
a ,. 'Raphaels' Peacock; Dimonacher Augustine day/and' expecta to are now displaying a superb,slock d", .: ( -t
.; ,\fe c.tl the attention of the veopU or Bay Blue ne M oar sfnckrof Staple. ;:--
,, and'FtnerGrorerii Fruit and Food Product* u all kinds alsoonr stock Idell Thompson, Ruby Pa'uHn get back ,to Hallandale ,with,a few of gloves, suspenders,,' exquisite .i.
y '' l) .: .o ,Grain, Bar; Bran,Cotton Seed' MeM.'prannd !ood.an4WbeaL' "Alois Thomas; Grace .'.Weatherford, more settlers by Christmas time. neckwear,and silk, :nandkerchfefs 'a; 11l'x)1 .' :; ?
'C Wet.rs tba bi uw'on.E lltreicla tntLeibover -
only > TBIwayne/le iT ly x .
4''r" 'line ol coodaj: rte buy close and will sell! elo w.;:->*'e Invite jronr-rormpond-: Frank;Davis, Adelaide Moody: Hasen The new- justcompleted that bUt!! ,been 'chosen'expressly ''''..\...: J:: .
enceandtellyour.patronage.. V rjr trnlfr > .E* BRADY &>CO. Oi Roberts, Pearl.MeCa11y.Harol&New-' house : .on. "' ' "' "- 't \
Halland. avenue: will:occupied: by for Christmas gifts..;; i ou'' IJ) J S ,
bo y,,Albert Peacock, Ralph ,Neil bold, time and.troublei.by .' wwJ,, ;
Messrs.. .Norton fc Peters.ur.Nils . sate examining : _,' :
Jeme' Thompson, Ella Thompson, f, I : r : r.
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our stock; right ylNew : .
Josie Carlson entertained a few aw.J .i '" :
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Eddie' Rice, Lindsay: Peacocks [[ f
\; Hinton, Channie Pent, Lawrenc ,Peacock ' of his'fr/enda:.Sunday afternoon at his 1

; Imas'Cins' rom;Santa'-Clans Julia.Culbertson'Sweetie PJerry,' ,neat little cottage on the Bowery.Mr. .J kek : :

-*! 'V vl ,'." .* Dora Dearborn, Mary ,Rise, [George GoodsReceiveUhis 'W
.J,L. ba land left Tuesday morning
:4.t + ,, In Ihe.shape of 1rI ITFse.; .
r I for eitherladies, enUemen'orti Roberts teacher, Simon Roberts., LoDIIIHi' \ :- for his borne in- 'Stanton' Ia,, Mr.Halland : } ,
dry, '
t wa4 of the flrst'settlers.afcHallandale ;
wUi' one .
cbildreB; i appreciated by \ .
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J ;!..;coming.';.here. "over; two i iyeara '. kh.5t .. Men.s Flue Shoca ,
v 'all-lbvets..of outdoor'sports.- ,
; sr A. ; rj' havi - .,- -lf- ..BUENA'VI8T NOTES, j .ago.iHe will.be greatly;misse4by ,-.- .....': :., ,, :. ,'- 'f". '..K.... #'>..;,...3...
y setl f you a;son_brother 'or' hua-ir* ._ ,} )o '.his numerous* f "eDdt.*both .her* :. ) ? Vp have..jllSt. received.from Hith=Y ;:, ,

};{that 'Sou.would'plea: se,, a .' W. VO n bees or' Adrian, Mich.I and. at Miami. ., z > -; w'away.'-"Aw&y80uJeandUarriDgton.maDo--.
1VfITrbjcycleiviltdo'it.above; j arrived last Wednesday :Anight to'.at .;: : ,facturers'the finest and: nobbiest. :
err .r 1."f''4 'aI other gifts'' ke.L'avea superb' tend' Jiis Qf tomat 'i'li North* "; > tTbeyposidon of postmaster at Haj .Y K ;;.. :. .; linebf.Men'aland-sewedSboesever 'I ', _;-
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crop' lanJale,:;formerly held., by;,3. L.'.Hal' "1" .( f brought to this city., .We have them tin -.;
_; ;- assprtmen'tof-- ::fthosel- high-grade' Buet. ....>nrista.. fc o* 1 slid, has,been ,transferred to'Mr, Carl <- -' :. calfskin, vici kid,and: boxeal| :\-t|
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,,, t w T.wheels... tbetlst ..
: t;Jobs -Harp, volunteer of Erlcson. .. f .j. :
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:t Florida: regiment and then':to the 16th :
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... ;Miamif Ccle Corn an regulars,with which he made amPfip *!' American'Troops;Jn'Havana. \ : % :Ladies Fine. : Shoes, ,,. ,fI:

_ _before'Santiago, his been mustered out .t.J. '. .:ot' {""': "
From toe Havana AdTcrtlseK from .
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WehaveUAt.1'eeenK Drew' .'...
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-- Iluntsville Alabama., Became atTu'eeday '
; at:, \ : 'vfbe'flrat" I Selby &; inaDqfactureri;;, the
ALL LOVERS ... ; j contingent:of.:the army of Co.'Of'
j.r T. : .' ;: ,: 1...... .. . Ii } night to his old petit at Edena.istarwhere occupaUon" ;c composed vof';:rtbreecompanies ; h '. If\: prettiest 1.line ptLadies'FlnefShoes' fm :
his black 'ort4t1lnLac .Button
.friends madeTto rw ortlzford.'fiesa'that6asever.beee
-' "rlm ; _
'. '?'F; ,ALUSCiOUS, : TURKEY. ;, a,warm welcome. '. ." ,* ; of,the Second United: States Engineers ; ;: ," f.'
'*" -. r. 'f ;under,com. mind Major Savage ;, 'shown'fitMiamiWe have-.all sizes ,A .
i bcef/klleg} \
A prirDer-roast otljuic7 \ I Ia .
: j ,Both "of the above gentlemen areMoppfng'atthe ; disembarked from'the transport ,- -'-li .. . 7'5'a'ud widths. --C ""'**'
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of'aaccuknt'nd' tenderlampur, : .
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.,, ;- muttons iok,bimorrDacuri) .- .. t Couriey. House.. . t r Florida;nod:revenue;; cutter :Laura' on 'T niE f < 'f '. .":; .- ,
i'Y : ou -- at MariauaO'beacb ,
; Friday '
miles .. '
,eight : ,
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wasainnera4ez :Capt.: Sank Filer our energetic ; -
'r-;canmakeyou; : : Havana wbere:they 1 fail calf andse44his'6belu e"
of
: : west ; were personally l Do not; to' : > of'Shoes.: It is a treat tw \
E/ '.:' .'*'bechao bi :siicV, 'choice,: >o.DI try' rx neighbor''lie;has a, splendid crop 'of-e gphinte. 'received*by'General:Greene f *e.' them, and;-will. be'noT_ trouble, .,to pbqir:tDeiD. v", *. .. '.' ':,
.' will .tatVablppln in,"a ::
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willilay ,
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.Imeati-orirarne; > bet '
; ;as we : j'r and enthnsiasti welcomes .
:*' r' .I ally by native *> *"-* "
f ,;, tore";.bnr'. .:"patrpm:{for.their Tali, .;. etare. 'aw'days.<* : .J' ':troops encamped d Ju the vicinity j ; OHILDREN'S'\ P'I1? : \T.Ci.ollUJiiO.TBZ i..... .. ../ _", '. .;;, ;.;-,- ."?..,'. .tf ;:=.- .

+.,a \ .; : -O irrjCbnjJtinastarlR 1S wilt '. r Tbe"new rocf'road' :js'termina asrar i,On'.TuesdayV. November! 80, General :. ': have j.ist rereiml'tr':m"WILLIAM'S i HOTT,'manntactrirerEi;i.f5''tt! ;' '

+ .beioploosi'> i: ;- d ; as Lemon City:, !; '-> : foreman, pushedVandfJd:; ; : ew"Jersey:: -,- ,made, and every 'H-ir IC gaararlteed.. :"' -:. ..---f: ::;'" ;- ...... :: ::1

; t'ii i )} :jI.Jt! .ON: ; ,,'energy,and"I n tel Mgence.:, ThV'road i ',is regiments, landed 'in:'Havana.. The :rOE STETSON' : A'tS -, .

.... _; \ perfect! ".ri.smooth'.iiow: 'and, 'offera":a Pennsylvania forces-left, it''once:'by '
..... t rf'::;:';\." -':r/ ".y;>' '1. ;MIAMI I!. 'F"A-" ;; I: ,......"'fi .'',....". ,-.. splendid! opportunity' to. the .blcycl st rail to take";possession of and garrison RECOLLECT 'a-fall:' line' of'truss world-renownedllata. 'I ;, .=
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,; t :f..qr..l": : :.}) aDd, 1th"street.- -::.: .'! : to!make l a run irV.this:+vicinity. iv"'; Pinar''del Rio; province.:TMUew that'we bAya the EXCLUSIVE. SALE of al t.he'abon'j. :;.) I
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: : - the .. CSALLENGE: : WDRLD.it .; -
i- eierybodjr''by}nfght, and"'ehowi1iscleQerness :Jerseyites% at' _Mariel.: .' : WE, THE, yWith ;
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vebereier he goes;hid< *veil 1. .".t. : 'J" :.. ,..,
'I' . "-'{;'';:!; "'. IiFaTllfthill: ghrrovr escape last.Monday! ""night.'Jt ": 'lThat;''Throbbing HeadacherWoald'yttioklyieave" ,. _Sboe0Qan, ;and get a fit; SSjre carry_toe largest stock in Miami.tr. ;; -t.... .

;7'it.tl'. r : was: 2' I k''o"' the morningawhenMr'Chaie L !' a'.if 'J'01a' need nO'R NOT;' FAIL' >TQ"COME': .... ;-'' ," .. 7 ':.: .....).- >:
Cuui le&heerd.i-noisejin.hia. -. ..
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: ; I' Dr. Ki g'a New" Lifa PIlLu Tbonaaada .F.':> ,,,. ::: .* 4*_-!'::: "
"" front room'Before tie got n{>':to>.see of saffera bare proved' their:: matehIen "'.f: ". ADd hear_the wonderful.s/Talking. .Machiae, A chance. given, ,whh:.aol r"fJ -

: { : :'. : what, .was.the matter,be, saw:;Itbe".door They merit.tnakA for aicfc porebJoocJ, ::aDd D rTOr8.and atrong:hosdacnea.nerreaand ':'T D Uar' worth of goodaA' ,'/ -r-: ., - ;-"" .;; .;:. ;; .t?'>"
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< .r.,;: of his J bedroom opeai:slowly; aud'noiiefessly. I = build up your health.. "Eaay to taka. .lV :ff:1' ;.:,..
; '. ... 'The visitor,did not' his r :'SEWEL1f';& .
", t' ; .. expect: Try them ; Only 25 eenta.;:;Mosey back 1'JOHL : CO. .
'-ft !. ,t ,1BUILDER visit: wouM be discovered'and ..n ap. tsidehaiing'tiken 'if not enraoL.,'_Bold bl-' To wnley:3roa, = ...; !' :: ; : :' .;! .{. r.I'A"i: : ,

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