Title: The Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00641
 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 23, 1898
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00641
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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.. '' i'J\5.'.11; 1': 61'. -iJ..i. : ".... x.;.t'. ; 'J.-,W. Clark- '.Nfy orttbe! ?Modelo.a Merchan"- '' plated:irf both floors of the building. \

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: $iT Bevy'J-4 O-Fred Blackburn expects'toretprn' bep@: 'road: it is nice bicycling allbeT 'I""D'IS' .,:5.; ''

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f 3 : : E pit, Chorct here January:Soath in time to fill his pal- f{''ew1 rch'creek rodinear 1Wltb the the place exception of Edward, of 'a ;

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fonday.and.me qay: excellent quality.. '
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: ) honest$ and time to connect! with the F. E.C. R'y this week. paper bi will con hnueta; throw ..
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rsf;: -jgaf4; ..tf:rolmd; !ollnr. ., Pr, fitsJin,eke 7f,department'to The coontie starch factory at Modem, Lbe Miam i route, or leis than'66 bears .

,t x t' \v.' : take>,'awday 'UonV-OOQf::: 'foj'thls' the/, :Bargaih i I Which is being..;bullt by the Modelo from Chicago and Detroit The f train f .V. Vit :

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'. '. ...I=8M> dotted 8avtas tor drpeees;tt.: ;; u." ... .._.. '(>:.25opi>rydA" City; 'next Thursdaynight, for the Beautiful I.UDe of neglfgd 'lb rta.'In w 3-- ,.; s.. '
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,.J. .!''" > h f",' -7 ,;,.. .:..'...... ;...ie4 a80.10o,12 o,16c.200.aDd 5o.per.d Episcopal- i church at kittle i River, .A !drunken,brawl occurred among
:: ." t\* 4- :.:"Hain'LmwM[ .for.ereeing;wearin'Bad Y.Uo1!, Light and Dark Blue Table boarders supplied with the the negroes at Model Saturday night
,- ':f'f; r-- 'j >;4Pikgoodgtsilltya2-IachelwidA. > ,at:..*..-12Mo per yd best of meals at$4 per week at:;.Glide- duritig which Josh Randolph,formerly '. !

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_. ' -o'\': Colored Laura and Orgaadiea60; + for this 8ale.: Not a piece worthleaa. died Wednesday morning at that:city clear tt throogh'ahebody:: and lodging A? THE :
".w 1:4. ,. .- ... 12%o p -ya,and many worth 25o: and 30b per id.ir:; :: .- om'gasirio fever after a ebprt illness, just beneath the skin on the right bide l
: ..," .. \,;:; v. .. .:. ) 1 To..wtor ever) U 60. ,100,12; 0,16o, 40c,2 rt,.85o.and r&each Mini'Dfsmukefl "WAS'-a very" promisinronnggentleman g Another Ibegro,wTose) ;name we.could
'-. \ _+ RO-S. 0heekM ham d.I:... ......,'r.a.yas' ... '....60per.d. not : i
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V. Big 1 lotCoteed I>w aT and Ortlhet,.- .,, .... -< 12 elh "
"" .: WM....L P1eaohaA t1fr Cotton; for-'.. .uA-__,;_:'. i.'_ "_:-h.oJ'"i.+t..i..a_":..':.:.-.1-(10.. ,friendifhere"'.who,'.will,.regret'to read. the )leg: Perry;andtheDavirwpmaicamewMiami'immediately n t
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.',. .... =1-L ,,/' BiR lot Ladiea Black.How...;...;...:.,;lOc perpair>> ?,.or S pairs for 2uo City, Cocoanut Grove and Cutler, serious,;bat;the woman is.In a cricondlti'on.
: .'", '\_";!",\' "' \ i"- 1' 2dateaLadiea'Gloria.Bilk Paraaola, at.;......'..u.!. ..... ,,,,,,:,,.,,.*L19TIiNKOF has been transferred from the.Jacksonville ,,wlth'< the chances against r

;/ : ". '" :.; .. . :F ., .. ,' _. ::7 : : ", : , ,) :to the Kej,West. and 'Cuban'diitrlct her recovery.: Randolph, left ,Modelo 1 ,I .,r. ..'. '.. ..
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,. I ''': 'r '_ . 11.IfIIiI! ;... "' ; ruyr' ;U jf you wantsthe newest! and most dies,cigars. and: tobaccos ;whichtheyare ... .' -1 ,r a
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most pleasant place:for your meals go >
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: rr. \:. '.f to Glidewell's restaurant;METROPOLIS .
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l' 'U"S' r'. RECEIVED block:-' . '' .6.4-tf-fcl.; BiscayneYBiy Lodge,No.124,of Free r :
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.._ .. Charles: Parry .of .P rrjr:, N*J., and AcceptedMasons, ; , t fSSt ', .
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4 < ;h Th flowt liiMi of Chute Clothing .,. ; broogbi l to thia Theo.. : ,' election bf-oiDcen;last ;Monday evening h._ r i R A s z> k s.t:. '-w.ij -
: / 'i ; : "* "-.vnx, city! Brown of Sneedesboro, N. JM with:results'as' follows: W.W.: ..... '...:: t rw ,s jtiln. &jf'*'' *,* -,- .

JShQ i P rt i ; ;,; are .in the'.city this week seekingalocation'forvegetablegrowing.. | ftris, Wr;! ;V.;. G.-:Enloe, S..,W.;'.S.'H., ,-" .; - kSeIL
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t': "' Jersey Pollock,'f.. W; A.F.'Lang, Secretary; ., .
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'. :" ;>.<' we have BLRG11IId8'without sad: ., -, ',' ".,1> :" J... and propose to make;their homes herein Harmonia! :Lodge No. 188ofWest .
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'= t : .. .v .:LdiM' Button Boot at :.:.f.'f ;:.*.,*-..:i"x.1126; ,worth |t759BpynlMi .l the winter and!in !(ew Jersey in thsummer. : .,
-ti-- 'Osiard Ties .. . '.. : << aBt. cb;. .will visit Miami; .
;' .. ; !- : ..t" ": .rliV.$1.19liWocthlJO. ire down here for tr : L
:t .. 1'---s''' ,: LsdieeozfordTletat:... !;! ,.-!,...,, '..,...:.-.:11:40'wortbs2oo: They. "' ." Monday aDd.Tueadal' next 'December
: their'health. (
.,' _' -r.: !, !': .CbiWrm.a SLoN,.bnttoas tad Ise' n.!.. .tHh.85c,,950, '-1+26ana; 1200i : ":".if if.* ; 2tf and 2'1Jwbeo' Masonic convention '

We were informed ftbij week too late will be'held) ,'conducted:by C, H.Stew-- : ; r

f :::< G :hRIVEJ1 <. N S'SH E"si"rr ; .., : .for.*,:correction '-n'our 'crop..schedule' artvD. b4}G.:)(.,::'o('Melbourne. The } J10est , ,
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-- that,.ourjeitlniate a't ':Modelo. was incorrect convention will' ;}[ kt 10 *islV .,
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'- "" .. .... .r> not being large ugh The 1. m. lus'tallatlon l of officers 5' .r jl!
; , One lot...:.:; ... ::; : :,.. 8oonelot148on. lot$1.0a: Also ;;; :;: Tuesday 1 *
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t .' ::rte; ).?r z (>x18 pain len.s_Tea Bak-r tt..')!.;;a tOq.,,_worth,every_ cent of.-19.04,pee pair acreage'',there' ;should" C:have i been. '80 afternoon k] ::1'bac4oet'ie''to< : be given t.'A.; : T m ;.. '.':' ',t .-. l..tt'i::.
-, .. > ,' acres instead of W.. ,Evidently in making the vlsitingbretbreffrtt'iometime:: before ,Men : .Hand'Sewed Tan Oxford = 3:50: "' 1. '" ,
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: ; l : _ ,:up:our!,table,''of;the:crop.part of )theirj l.departure, probably Tuesday ... 4:' r. ; ?i:' 4.tJ'" ,, '/: -.i". "-
: the,acreagerwii:omitted in,transferring Men Horsehide BaJs -_ .--.. .;,!: OO- -. : .i i2
Wednesday .
; : ( The v evininlg.'On the,.convention .. >,F .
The bone mJ j just tiJw.ibf \ : bargains -t I
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.. : goes West Palm BeachJ l ,that' *e.;will 'er. ''on: 'Monday : >and Tuesday,1; .: Modelo,,' 'YBobertd' - where it w ll conclude l that, evening ; :Men's. Tennis, Regal. Style i; / -ti: 350. -r lljMen's : -
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v .y. -December;.28,and. 27.t: : :"( J. "' :,4', J.,L,,: late'of New York,who with installation l""of the i e1rJj- le ted .. 3-sole 1 Black "Yjci. :Kid3.50. :r; :'4lfMen's :; ;!-
.. '- -. officer of,Harmonia( Ludge'J; ;n.Will .. __- ', i .
: ) ,(; _'' : 'f<; t"I; is putting: ;> crop. tomatoes inpartnership --i" It...!
'. .' !; ;: y! *...,.. -. ........ jAirt -""' .. .. . '' J.: .' .... .'with: -Adam Corell at Or- W.. M. '- : ;* '; --vv; r : Tan Willow Calf,:\E riglish' Toe, 3.50 7ol "

>- ': : : : : ;" : : : : : :": ':'. "' :, : ainge.'Ridge, Js 'an',: original .Florida :' ,Have you tried' :our-suggestion and t. Florshe's. Box. C *)WniAw Calf 'Yic1. < / 'to ;vfk-:?. ;
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jr-1s 'S' mar '.haTing j 'left this" SUte'-aboutao written to A.G. ..Hotcheaon'&Co.t'l8Wubingtod.ltreet ... --' -r ,. f' t",. .-

*, y 'e ,_ urp.rlSe \ \\or Jean,ago for.1r ew:York;where'he"engaged -; their,stencil;? .you'OD, ,New<< "'':'York.not" delay for Kid -at .Cordovan' . 'all latest v:toe f:16:00:1: : : < I"::' 'i '

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-f : ::9-:H: 1: J"W': ;;.'ESTES' turned: to' bis' home, ;,'.former;years your::shipments.. 'By;dividing ?your .<. ATHONY.BR6: ,.* -' ; '
.. 'i - : > eeeking''iest4ind ',health,'and'engaged sbipmenU with them"yoo can alwayasee --- '?{;, .1i, \ _ ,: : iVjTa. _:; .. : r" .- ;
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,':, ... . ( iheou Miiai :Hi tare by:..F. T. Badge(Is nearly pnrchMed all- .,.. t,,V/.l. ''f-4'-- 5'r, \ ..:'.'.':..* it -1, i \\1. ,. '.;" ,' ',-rt\?: .. ..*. .-?_
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." ,- : ;' r iMentionel- opened Mr.:Budges;out sod new la building now on 'd1'P1a1'a the cor-' :t :. _: : -.if;:57;: :; : ; t ; ; fi'. .. :.. .
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..' .'- ,&D4 L Poultry w. A.IDIdea..f'f ;flup-. makes:,ax.very ,attractive display and e.-t :.:"...f.. '. :.-.tk .'r'. :: -"< '1' ,...c'i,? \ ?J- ':; r t.. k'J ts.t.:1 ;:+ ::... '{1 JHI-IaIC'! .l will beT/ar; more attractive rhen dis- : : }' .., : .- ."' :; ;$ :" :1 ;
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. j of ode1d -' Mr.Budget has now a business houseRlthytheargesti -' .. :' : ;"": ., '; > : : ' ' .,...: --
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orfljneinea) ,fbr his floor' spaCe in Booth \ .' : (" ': ti. "
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FJorida. entlreV.devoted to the business < :' ;; < : :' c. :
.Hpefer, wife of our A.Ie. ot.one! 4f.I' n.tff ,
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R' tailNofits.yr : i : : ;, with ,her two chil- '> "'*XVOystefsFOystersIt> \ 4. .'! ; : '' "; ;i-fiN: "
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: & ta Gorda Tuesday night, : Oysters I II At ,,..1" I'. : ,. . : ;:_
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'B 0' ,.. l .:: 1.0, : ....y. ,i ; '%. f the Arcade Restaurant and Fruit A yx --. !.\ >, ',-. wrq1; &. ,"fI' t' .
Vf :. i"j' tt'; } : ; -1&wrll: meeting of the 8tand: ", -2o-fcl: :q}<. :' " + ': 'i'. ,.. ( ** -; J' 'U\Si.r. r.
": ;tf.;.' r1.. / f.a It-A. T' t,th: t t::yYa ..J-f.,. was held Sunday lait, Wenowxbave: ", t Ore ,a nice .bicycle road- to? ) ,, '.' }" --' "- ', i :, ,*-- -, ;: ; i. 1 1.r.' \"iii', tt. :::: .

'? l\ \41-:11..: L tjz ( J5.,? 7iJJ.f i: .. 1> ; ; '; ; Fisher, presiding elder, be Little Biver to a'point 6J{'l miles north : :,? ; ;

.l of.MlimKi-By; taking the east side of j k.' t. ::.

thQ ;\! { Blackburn expects to the peiirle road It is nice' bicycling all "ID"y j ; 13: 'A' :' '<:;,r- :: -.'' i'r: '.: :.". '''fJ', :''.

; ; llRPRISOREC ; the conference of the M.: the"way tofthe j Finder farm at_ Little : ," :;)'..i.. ?J< /: } f ';" :
: Arch ereekiwith the of ,
; ut in time to fill his pul exception_ a I" 1.f.. ;<.
I.; :\l few 4ods'near; the place of. Edward ... .f ; .. .;r, ,' :). . ''
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i '''O\ :' thlr Burnptt. ;; :With a small expense on the $"; F; <: ; "" :"/ 1"h"'
... ... .. ;:: .. ; h'f' McCownhave had tomatoes in \ part of the} county a fine road clear toBig : St : \
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/ "f. .r 'of .c' rAl' -- ) Arch creek can be made We expect S .. ; .
::_ .; -.,: f.t ;." .;,*.r the home market..They: < to,record the building of this'roadwithin . ;Leaders'' :;of > ." .;? 'I. ,; J, . ;;-t
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. wide tan shoes for 1.
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P JIMuovyriii' J'rL.l' I,., ; Cincinnati Florida and Havana . 1'., 5 ',..:-- .i ( '; ... ':,.;.J... ; T",,
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; 1 : e"C' "an' \ 3' : limlted ,Testlbule' train made its first ... .. .. !. .. ':t ;. ...;, I'.,.. .
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"' time to nnect. with the C.. thisweek's. : I b 1.u. will.' COnt1n11eY t thrAW ..
' '. honest Package.and' a x> F.'E. B'youth'jW ; paper. : ., : L-or; ;) ,U. wouts
.a' ear KUCfll for ." ,: .: a.schednle of 65 hours""from :.. >>'". I _,.A I.Z' 'i". ;% t' -"' "'J i' co. ,j :-m
uo T c :yuativ .vy jct \o\ y 'f' . gfy t torHatana "' +-t.. .. t J -.. :;;i.t .s .;,r","!! '
'; rtnutdbllar.P fi *deartmentto3h >a Q !p w Cidcinaat by thelrWay'ijfihellilmj . & 7 ..:!*;Jj;: '": ,. .S .;-!:"'" ..
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>5 > 'rs ev e I"Y!. : starch factory at Modelo<< 'rOn't :thao'W hears ,, : 't.c
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V T!: ',.'.4'"t. e a back.'seat':lp;tHis: the. gTeatest Bargain : .;,built ,by the: Modelo from' Chicago and,Detroi lf' The train !I.E".1'- -_ ', ;';'t....."',....,.r' (."'/-f'> ,!;Aii5'!'f", :",) ..1 a-aa. ftp. .J't.il"... .,, ...'<.:,.7r' ..< ,....<.'
; Co:, is progressing rap: is operated otecHhe" Queen and Crescent -, ;'f..r.L:4". ::: : { . "'
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/ ?I:; '. ? Dress. ; Goods.. .inltliehouMfefieibid1if, ; . .. .... : ... CdST... : ; Ip :and .operations will! trier.the Southern ailway-from'Chattanooga : ; : fii ipi,.'iip *
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'*t., 'Ti. ). i '''T.;; ; ur;:.vv. {. ' t: '. ,iV.": '! f .: .' : January 1. ';'. ,'to Central Everett, Ga.>, and'0''''"the " " fC"'i: ,' ': : t>f-f:; ;;{: u
Florida iod'Reninsuli' from : *
-- t- ,,"J't": : ; / of our readers is called I -r f -wTrr li ( J :* *vfe *yiCrXML
tI / rwei1ave nt in advertis Brerett to Jacksonrille.. :, ,The,serrice j l/1t, -1.l::, ':
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.: '@l -Goods--* - J.Department-v i'r: ; ;-%, -. -- *--.! iVir fBcem, f the entertainment to: south is by the..Iatterf road to..Tainpa : \ S: : : ,, :: :; }: t;: .,

JI 1.' O,_ ..r- > i sosfe"ebeeked'and atripeid'Nalnsooka:at,.'M6o,' 9& and' :1 c.-. v'u; : ; the::Peak' Sisters at Lemon i and' by' the"P. E., O.:-B'y' .to K1" mI.. "; ''-t' .
.J .-to ,p.a. M oUtd 8 f r:' ...: .i."' ":'.: Thursday- night| for the \ Beautiful,:line'.of:"neglig i'sbtrta:in 1< i1':;;. J:: \ !'
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,.. '' : .. l"h. boildihg of the new latest shades." AKTHOMT Bmos. i 'r" e< \ '$ 't :-J. ,
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"?4, >' ,\\. ...-, '\.. 'i'\. 'Bije: ,. ''A drunken: :brawl'\' occurred among '. ,;. ":""1.-" P">.. :t'' '"-. _-.v-jic--; .; ;:;:J<, j-.I'.I'i'.f.. :: 'f'' : , ;.Plain,La W J V%,evening WV MB In Bed, Ye ***", mmff mmm'dDark : supplied with the tIe negroes-tt'UodelVstturday: ;nfght, > ;: ,.., f.". :: "" :; } ;. : :. ,: :
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and Pink,.good!qnahty 1. ,82 iachee, ,, ,tf. t. >123Sb at $4 week'at;.Glide- during .. . .. '
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; '4J : per Josh Randolph;formerly : : ) :(; : .:' ': % ;
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: : iy," ;' Y Ave. D. ,' Opposite. atuiaml\ sbot:Ed in theback7 Call t I.... S"e' J-: ',
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/ 'J''U"rS'm': A:4. 'E' y:1.: '. .. : and/sbqt a'wtiman'br. .the:>nameo ;': . " , ,; ;: ." .;-" -. *' ;?:.- *::4:g s8t i iL ..>
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: '' : \ : : Dismukes, cashier.of the ( Davis twice"I in the left side;;just below : -- ; :. : ; ;' :
.. : > ; / 1 : : :j, i: :\ : ..: 'Bank at St; Augustine, i "thetlower'ribstbe! ; ball passing : .: ; ,;<; . .. : '" ; ,
LildisarHste'left ........ ..4.-fhotto W
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')I" "4 ,._ ':;.j! ; y Colored Lawns aad Orgaodiea, fid tor this ale:'. Not a piece"worth. eSda7'morning at tbat.city clear' through the'. body ,and;'lodging A.T: BJt 1: :( .. "a rW'ff.: :.:.:-

.> <. ;; .. :t,, ... : : thai 12o p t y2 and many worth 25o and 30o per yd->..,/ : / ever-after a short" illness. just beneath,the'skin on the right tide S -.f'P" -S ).etIdeal :. . t
.. _,.. :..:;. .X ,'1'owtmoreft17 .at 6c, 80,IOC. ,_12Ke,!5eV 20e;25c,85o and 60o kes" was\a very promising. Another "iiegro, whose:name we could r. -
l.: :& : ... '.20pieceChecked Gingham at-; .,'.. MW.v..f, ; ,; : ntiemao and .Jud. many not.'learn;was'al &shot in the calf of; ='J' l'
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.-''', .ft t .':..'"" t, "..,S ,Bid 16 Yds lot 44 Colored BlaaelMd Drees Cabot Dncki Cotton and Orasbee forriM,i..Vi.Lv at- Vih.V.; .;;,:.;.H.tf.,,,,..'.f/i'h T7.:-.,:: -,who' will 'regret to read. thi )leg;. ;Yerrj-'and: the Datis::woman ": : i '

.' ':S;:-tol"' :rr .::Colored Scotch Lawns,10yds: to each'enatomer, 10 yde toe!"?.*.. ee'of. news.' : came to:.MiamLimmedtately after;the :I' d' !I l': J- } G! (t 'G' :
{, .:-..... . \ ??lard-videPercal.beat grade, at; :..;.>..;';*..>.. .?.4.12>{ : '** sho ting':arid.. ,.were;'attended 1>jrtDr.Jackson. ; 'Dry o. ,,
.......-( ., ;.., ':Ladiesf Crash / ., at b...>*"i i.i:.:a .v.,>....#....... .....i7,...660 charge of the :Ho'E.: '.. .Perry's!:>injuries 'are:;not odst ;:
.. r , ." Ladiea* Bibbed VMta:'....Vi..ci ;"r-- '.h...--r.;>.. r..6 ib, Including ::Miami,;Lem. ; J''
; :" :: .jotIAd1Is,Biaok.Hoes..1i.;;':..:10operj> ,'orSpairs! eo D'u't Grove.. ant'Cutler, aer'one, but;thewoman is in a eeitiealcondition -T .,; i. : .tt
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:.rs.. "'t.' ; -j: __,1'' ,Sdocen '.GIada..8U & ...,.;'...,;.:;,...T'"i.. ,.. ; 'from.the Jackson 1 :.with' <:the;" chances i against > : : :
berirecoTery.Bandolph left_,;:Modelo l .. t ; ._ .
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.., .' 'TrI'IN: : a.F"I1r-,1, : '' .1' '' .,.; work;the supervision at these. places of Presid will been heard from since., .. ; j.. 12th Str'eet';. opposite.Botel Bisce_ "ne,, it; 'f .P't ijz1 r

; ,ffJr.i.: -',- -Jt- _; : _< -2tfiP'j l ., A.,Fulward) ,Hayea'''& .B ulmon..h: ,e % choice . .: '-: : ;
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? : : } r supply : oranges; can k ;
.- ,j; ,. VWtaraw-, '-Hate- ,. .t.i_ %.u'-:'!.z.:"' ir i.,y.. .f:,a._*.t;.l, ntotheJ: newest and 'most dies. cigars and' tobaccos;which;;they .. '-." M ., .' ":. t' ,' : .. ''''-, -'" .,'.. ". ", ... "i/f r
f '- !i--- ;i ; ; : tvs: place for your meals go are selling.at.reasonable nrtces. ;b-26.tf .'.. ,: : :.1' -C. .> ..\ :.. : ,(, %... ;;/;: ; fit. : ;; '';j11...,.'
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: ',JUST' J RECEIVED: < :* .f -4-tffcL -Biscayne Bay Lodge,Noah, ,of Free . 1.-. : ... I:;,i .....;"Iw.-t;. .j;. .. "';r./tt) ::, 1,-t-: .. .;.- ....p.ir v<,..'t : >,, ,'.. _' -i''.:!: ,;
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vVr-v't 'TMID..U1Deato-tet.C1oi.hlD ,'i..>vliHr.eitMr brought total '- of ..Sneedgboro'N'' J.TJ; evening : t : . j ; i 'r' 'r .
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. !'- .. '. :.? growers in New Jersey f a.C.IFr1arTreasurer| A 1 J '
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>. 2 .It ; "I f Ladiea Button 'D'a. ..'.., -- .;. -. ". ..,. ; 'AIIW-: : rand from Harmonia:;Lodge,'No. ISd.Vof : :
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}, .. 1 ;.' ,-5, '96 pain Ladies'! Oxford TiM *b t r.a.. ; s...,.:.,.,..$1.19.worth ; .They are down* here for West| ; ; ::: Miami. : : t/ri
!. .> :! 88 pairs Lediea' *wiujnwM. af:..% iij1.v- u. '.h...$ .*worth ': Monday and.Tuesdaynext{December ;
,.t ....1..;. . +{';.:Cb1141en'e 6hoss,.bntt00 and face'?.?*t..v.85c,9yoL25'" ' ;; 26 and' '27' when a :llasonio ,obnrention --* :
informed this1 week too late will be held, C. H.. '' :: .
:conducted .by Stewr_ \ ... '
;.fu GibIttjE: JN5ME1 lS'.SHOES tt n '"in' 'our crop-.schedule t art,"Pr'D._G;r-M., :,:of""t Melbourne. : She-: ;
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"'' .., timate at 'Modelo,was in- will! open;Monday at' 10a.m. "'r : ..
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...,. OHW -..-.....-....:..... .,. ... ODe oilL OnelOt' -1f.9a. ; t beingJarge enough: The .' 1 Installation: j of officers Tuesdayafternoon. -. 'ttlr-5:: : '. i2 1' --%:i.iM"1 *,.: of!
.. ;. i } --i.: :L tft!.fB pain liisa's.Taa,..Bak at.V-Wpy: :worth every Deaf-of.,$3.00: j : r ;; ::should' :White been,'80 .. ';;A,'banquet Jsj to, be gijren J I- ' ;( JIL; , -. /:. :X1:-'t4 \ : -/*p .'
'. T / /Sewed= Tan Cbtfordrf ; : SVvj:
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'. f; :'was'; omitted in.transfer ; cT nlng. On.Wednesday the'conTentiori .Men, Horsenide. 'Bal"i{ :;:"#:.S '.{. '.cz.Oft'rJii: :of..; ;:
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S ? gains.Kk theiotes;, taken, while at goes to West;;:Palm
I. ,:..."........... >s::that '.iire., 'Tsill\offer... ' on. ..'.,Mondayand...-.. : ... :Tiiesday, ,,,, ;',.... .r/ :,:-.. <:, "../ :<., 4 yf.X'.L.Roberts ; J:5 wbereftwili installation) :conclude that,evening rd T1. 'Men Tennis, Regal.+ 'StyletfrtM-..!.?; ,*' ,;" ; 8.50. i.- 1'''.;\f"-K.....i?;;?,J ..
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"D"2 and 27..0 \ : MenV 3-sole Black Vici 3.50. 'vl
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: : Is :putting in"a of tomatoes in Lodge/i ;B.WW, : "'" : "' : "
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7 : ,5: ::" Y':7 T ' t : ; partnership '..with? ''Adam Corell at Orange w, K.. : 'f. .' :Men's Tan: :Willow :Calf' El 1sh Toe 1. 3.50'; t ;

:: : \ : Ridge,,la 'an,,:original' ;Florida : ,Have on tried oof suggestion and' .Flrs helm'sJ :Bo Calf Calf! -Vici .. /- . :
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,.....; ,io man having;' left,this;;suteabout\; 20 written I to A. Hutcheson A Co.,279Washington. 'E k Wi1JQw" ..!.' .....,, ; .,.' : -r' il...._',
:-:, e1 : : : : : : gaged in.the profession{ of an inventor.' their stencil f. You ought not'delay . -' .. !i ' *; ?+ : : c .
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- ,q : .: :: .i .. About:;'a.,month.:'ago;}[r::BoberU';returned York doing agent scV Make*. ;They them.one don'twantall"of: your New 1-- :. / '''; .. I ., -.." /: ;. ,. 11iZ.{ ' 'r,7;

'' ,. : ',' 4. : __ -,.' .. . . .J'w_ .Y S'-T- E""S"." a. ....J ''to his'' 'home''' 'of'.former: "years your. shipmento"Ith'.tbem; By dividing 'your '- : .ANTHONY BROS:?" '" 5! ,.
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e --- 'pro pT' "r.4aHa seelt' rest and health, and engaged shipments; you can alwayssee : .i
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\V .tb Mi.Cjrell to the tomato business l
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They theronghly reliable and have

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I : ................ ; iK.LMLi1g. .:. .:. M. u. .tr.Y-- . . "-tom. COl.auoone........... 5 1 .
... .
.. Mann......... .
: ...........'.. .. 1 ... T.A. WIuceIJ ... John .... REAL ESTAPEMiami 'f

Orucket&Burbsnk.Ltpptseofl Sro....:::::::::: : ; I :::: T.& F.W.Pollarll.Ilycbe f .. . ..6 .. .. A.s..u Benaon..i..2 .... . :
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: !Jon 11 Eln.:... _......... 7" 1 ;..: .... J.n Meffltt .5 . . 454 1.3' .
: IL Plce Wulisms:..... .!Iot 1J. .1 ... .. 'CQ.-rFlqrXaah / 3S
c.W.ILobert Jalp.U1ck....:::::::::::: t 3 4 .2. ::: ... Johnflhllcft..b: : :: 2. 34 :::: OTHXX VEGETABLES Dade '

IL C.'K.ruce.,.. ...........,. 4 2 ... : ro. .: : ... ...I .. \. :: Okn .... Acrea., .. f _, ..: .
I p.: aIat1ban .10 ::::: ::::t :::::::::: i.. ;' ,. ., "t'
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:::: ::::::::: : : .: : :: John &bmldt .. .... 2 PotatocI ........ ...............10 -
1 OUR : FM131N{ ,FIGURES. ..54.\.... Frank. Peteri..4: ... .. Cucumbers WInce..u...........'..............1334. 4 AGENT FOR LANDS. 01- '. .l i
..14 1 i\ J. .......... 1S ." .

.S 1 ..I.... W.PIeri I. & ...j".1 .. Celery.Squiab.! ............':.:'::::::_::_::.:::::::::::::::: Florida. East .Coast Railway- : cro:J: "f.1\ 1t' _


1 ; A Schedule of. the Acreage. of-Dlffer- ::::::::::::::::: i :::: :::: :::: I C Charles. F. & Pouthll..5).. ...... .. -a- a' G UEXCAIITULATION. EI t -S Florida Coast :Line 'Canal and Transf"Laml 6o: ]rvnr.itm '.::, -;i

... ... .. I \ and Florida Atlantic Coast '>Co :
.S Boston
... T4 j- ;:.; 0 e .'t J.t ... ,tsrD"k., 80uth. . O.Uckiizdwn..5..'".J .. ..!. John S.J. B. ( ... .... ". i:. !=. s: r.. .' .' "* ; d' <*_. ii5 V-- -***\frJif. :'

: Bade County. .. .
.. % 8o.iroi : .j
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_., : :: : :: : : .. IU..mi.:7.298 fl34 4 ; .
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:. Y'" .... ....., .1.S.H.F. . S Cocoanut VisU.Gron........... 213 49 9 9%{ 1111.33,4Buens .... 01 : :

a'i ( .: A-TAWfLATED JtESUME. OF TEX WORK OF Jutea- Devne..a. Lemon Rlfer.CUr.--.. ...........M rn 2454 13 4 2I.l'tLe 4Blwyne Bailk of B. IS
P" 0 4 e > > If- .854.. Ralph .. ..... ... 'aN <
\. :: :::: ::: :::: 5% } q
:
:. TM iCXTKOPOUa,BEMSEMTATrVE.. :::: :: ::::.::.. J rI I'' : :: ..a Halland............ .3r I IModelo.
1
: 54
'. < r if' BnddockATurnbUlI.. ............ .
Y 'f 1. r 0.1. Braddok . .:::::: .. :. :::: I: : Ed :: : :: :: : SnakeCree'.... .... 1\10 .
1 F 4 'M 1.4 < i vL StsntonBmI .. :: ::: C. Ounby. ........- n. Lioderdal....... 78 534..
kforI'1nWHU- John =. :.::.:::::::::.:, : : :: :::: :::: F.R.Tolea..I 1.c We.tbeubt ... Cutler... ... ......... 116 134..5.. MIAMI FLORIDA. j"t: ,. .4 1

rt'I. I ., Amom OuTno'Urlaa4J'na1i0r0" B.H.T.J'.BeHer.%.................. .554 ...." ....1 .......... ..... ... . Total......... ..-..-1.828' % ,
.'! " Joseph Ourblerr. ... e Tota'..._. .,. ... ..,*21 13 : laooBroHATxo URDU TSM LAWS OF FLOBIBA.) 'v #
'' . r.8&TMS.TueSer i"r ::::::::::::;: : :::: :::: .1. L e1-
, & ..... .. .1 Im Conducts '
... .. GeneralBanking l
a '
w.rthhth.W.k, el fD wIts' .I.H.Jo1la ........... !, CHARACTER.The t n
-- Janet Ortffln.....,..... ., ..... \ OF A GENERAL W* M. BROWN. .Business. Issues 'Draffs.on DAn nu.
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<. cuUer'8ecU .
:*!:: or":::.: .ara.- With--.,..,Uodalo- aid ).L.COUlnL L.McC1ors.'J. ... ..... .... ..J... nI&L&TikL/// I J I J 1\1j I strength of two horses equals R. R. MoCORMICK. S Parts of the World. Accounts ....--l

.7-: : .. Edward B rnottS. . /.I ... that of 15 men. Vtoa-PurnoeMT. Solicited and Every-Favor Con,:
iIi< ':- '-It 13't4.be" MCUOPbU'J "furnishes herewith ,GWSmtth..554.::::: : :: .: : :::: :: : D.Reid I II 34 54 . It is estimated that all the gold Banking .. . -.
.. .. ... f. W. Baker, 8rC. CHARLES H. QARTHSIDE.CASNIC., sistent With Con. pnrativp :

.:. '-.:.: >.ito* ..atabuiation-of-theieadingeet&b1ea be grown_in this_section this winter, B.B. HopsonGaniraan .:...... .... :::.:: ...a i".:::.....:: : : W.A.CQOk..H.Ible.. .. .. /.I. : .. mined ba put in into California a room 12 since yards 1848 long could six S. . *. 'Extended s- iS l." '. '.v-. .. ,':

,. '< & namely, .tomatoes eggplant, peppers Lawrence W.n.Psdgtt.? .:.. :: ... ..... .. .. C.iI.ba11a./ .A..54.:: .; .. wide and five and two-thirds high. . ,-.'_ ._ L..u II"- M \ 1.1': ;,,
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:
outline of .
Nelson Broa/ It is said that a striking
of & .. . \I I.
.. .and beans,wtttr.,the name grower, .ooaa. S'S i q --
) XcOrO .. hat
. .. the features of George Washington S ' .' V
,, addresa and.number of acres 11 ; .".
.
-postofflce Lewis .. . .. '.' ,
: I appeared in' a knotty protuberance of National f./ . New York. .
different kinds of J.L.Desn .... ... ... Seaboard ,.
the four
t- of ,
-w' t each Braddock .. ILB.MyeW..a : .. a tree in Portland, Me. It II not a .
:.., .vegetables named. We shall publish Grenger fc ::::: :::: ::::. .. cherry tree. Nat'l Bank Jacksonville, JackSOIiviU- S. .
C. KYBcott- .2 I
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ibis for seyeral weeks,in order that it John Brltt,Chendler..4..r.. .a ..1. . . Joseph'-lI. Durkee, who was lost on S c. .1iI' ; '> rf" _
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'CORRBSPONDBNt
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.4 :tl jay be corrected' up necessary. by Mr.Herly Borwn.Frltsa:::: ::: : 1 . the La B urgigne, left a will by which FOREIGN, J' 4 :. . .

.: 'tductioueor additions in the amount RUe'. a. ... flentrrfc Qiil Bowiman :: ::: 54. 4 :: :: the New York Metropolitan museum of Knauth, Nachod hnJ. "r N wYr1c.

': t. .: o! the various area of different ?eg- : Ada.'. CoreD ...... R.C. nrdan..C.S 4 %. .... art comes into posiiesslaii of a collection "
B. U.... Charles . ... of coins valued at$ ,. J
'.tables .also the additions of names of : ..... .
{[ ; B..A.CbeIJIt p. .. nI.1 &Lodi
.
Elegant
;_ growers who may. commence open; Beldm& .. 430012GVi.. .......... Spurrtet..4. .. .. A widow who remarries does not Iron Tuft .id.BirgIzr-ProofiJsW1th I TripleofQajtestIwinQMike. ,

b( '. tlons after the date of the,visit to thedifferent -/:.. '.............. = wear a white wedding gown,and never' . / >:: S .j.VJ ..'
. a yell,while bridesmaids are,of course', iio.h \
E. t' sections of C. O. Featherly, \t I1'iI -

.:' 4 t. .'jvti6.bas' been engaged. for fivefW eigl [" b. '...d',"" < I 0 iuli I' i: f. I denied.may Otherwise be as ceremonious your second as you marriage d. -. !: .. Ii'Ii' .. 1" .f t. ; ":.f 1'._;.

,;1r .: .t _.the various. sections, securlng:tbi'That . aLLWID. ijl- II] *rre. .51t' .I .. ',3'W ot I' t."t"

.....: "1ata." jeveral f rowers haveJ bent :4T:: r : I : The greatest fruU growing state is '. < t : '
.. . ... _.. .... : 1. . .,
; >mWed >we ,bave no_do bt.: We'urge ... .. ; 54 54XrLLBtuksoa. .. ... 1liByan,Jr . .. to : : : Missouri. The value of its fruit crop : '
4 .: ";, ., ''that'those, who,Tiave been'missed no- ...:..... I. ... .. lcJDtOllh & Paxton..6 exceeds that of California by$2.500,000. Is rapidly forging the. front as: e
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'.;L ,. IfyjnsSfrfJtbe/ofettTght orT bat an7peonbaving'kn.1edgef'n tkg''ibs.:::: .:: /.: .. :::: :: : Dr.Motiel 1". If . ... The apple crop alone valued at 112- 5 1lt,. . ;; .4,.
k Belcher,;. .....v'.1: ",... .. Nelsl.D C&tlaon..SSyerkerLuidberg..24. : 000,000 while the entire fruit crop is .reuw.. '

.,. 'Ii "-.the name,orv,::.wrong of the partml e Hmate hJsed fiotlly,with.oversight ns the of- J 8 o O.:;1 A.I.B..:DevIl JobDlOn IIcDona1d.1".Lat'I 4:..........ji.f.;.;.... .'3.. .1...........IGeomA ..'.. i it W. :::::::::::::::: :::: :::' :::: worth A strange about grave$10,500,000.contain the body of. t: ,Tie ;Leading ;,Cily'in 4, : fS SotLF16ridj! ; 1 III: .]IfTwlr : .. ": ;

He }
Russell Kan.
.. . . Charles Carter, of f- r
: .number' | acres ofi theraH6"nifklndsvof G'lRar e..t. *-.w.-*....:. I 1" .. 1, Thure A. .: .. cleaning out an old well when the ---- -.1.flM-. ----- --- 5 5 S '
., a. was
;% ii. *

-,.-, r .this*yegetabIes.s1iLoiiraim;''schedule :as correct'''aV possible.to.make J.wJtckI.s-.t D.A,.DtJ; Cciwea.Brooks............:.**..,.ri'.,......*.*.,1.::;... ..4 I.. -tA. I.I.E % ...,... :.1... 0'Ao'N.C.A. .. ...... quickfand up to his caved neck.in'He on lived him 58 coveringhim hours. EVERYBODY' IS G- NG'. W'- $1411 5 L: ,

.... .... .
... ....... ,
need the assistance of : .. 1 Wrtgbt..s. As it was'found impossible to remove -
this
To do
wft. ....... a .. .. : 9't
: -- th'i.i.various! 'gro :,.Jt has required E..J.8.WontfomaryB. Dswkinsr-.i4.... ..- 'I s' a ..... ... w.lewis : :::::::: :: : his 0041, the well was filled in, and Now, is time to;''secure a CHOICE LOCATION eitherforj .
..
I 'a':,vastVamoubtof.hari, i.jwork and il et W.11.GrenOrT.2.. ........, .I I I I1.B.1"o.eU I.!t : : :: :::: : : : : thus' 'became his grave.In the .JAI .tfi{.
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expenditure of a large ampant 6f time /. .J.nu1up..h- ........, 30 : : :: .: 1897. while this 'country's gold Business or residence. Choicelocationsjn. : city/
2 "
H.
: and::. a considerahle' J :sum -'of !.money, :J.L.ci.rrou-JJLBjMsey'ftJ.W.GaliowayO. :: : : :::: :: 1:. 4 I 5%" :..:::. :.:. : ::;::: ; : :::: .. .:.: ::.:::: output production of precious exceeded atones$40,000,000 reached,.only the / "

reaching, a 'sum neirljifeqQaltngISOO. ... . ,
.-i .. .1L HBBt..... -1r--. :. S .. .J. = the;modest figure $130,675r The principal
S :'.. FeatberlyijSraii-.an jfentlre H.L.w..i' Griffith Hardee;.. ,.. ..._...,'.;". .I.. .. .. ... ToW.. . .....:. 175 I items of this total were: Turquoise Fort Da11asLalld\ Cihian1.Call

4 atran ger to'this... tltb" < n.,he coinmencetf .- ,s&'Potter..i.- : ."":".. ..'..'...'.' 5:I ........ .. . 1 1IIODELQ $55,000; sapphire, 125,000;.. :
L'\' \ .the work. ,'and it is_but natural ''I. E.& LLPotier. < I ... quartz crystal$12,000; tourtialine$9,
: hTOugb. Le; Potter.A..t.rI...,...... I ..J" 34 .... 1 J1 ; : 025; gold quartz. $5,0001: S v '
tbaY .1 Ia 'psssiogV :a. sparcely ;\V.BumeU '
: ,. .. .. .... p : -
-'I' Y.settled''pinejsectlori tsome-nouseliT1* A.John Roefl.T..v.i .,.;"....R".'l-, :13'... 1"J.. :.:: ....... : l PMtomce. ; :. ; on JOHN B."REILLY,> Agent t\:\ . ... _

.'.1.1; ; 'bverlobked tlpon, ''the'!.prairies';with the: .. "M J'.8.IW hacoek Qnr.: h..."O..r.'..._..,....... 10"54 10 34..".. .... Fred unIte Shaw r..l11aen... .- .......... .12? ... ORIGIN OF TITLES: ' Fort: .Dallas-Land""" Company,1Miarni-i -. ': .
S. *
":. ; jrrowers*are.jery,close together 1I M.K rrlJIOlI..J' .. : t CJoehell..t '
A11brooL1" 54 54 Nine. Johnson Lieutenant is French for place-hold Vice-Pres't P
4 ( ?' no'apparent diyidingilne: between.the W.E. ., 134 1" .... .... ... Or J\.E INGTtHAXt? ,., J. f.
Bamael Kbodes."V---. ... He:servea in place of another,taking :
.... j J B.3 er.
.'" ;different paftiestoguide! ; on.* In biawork.v R.!.Vrawo.4 \ ,.-*#* .( .. F irtJal1as JlndIJ St"AngustipeFl .
_the place of his superior when occasion [ ,
D. ,
; 1-1O-Itt..m
'1 hu:. ; :Information. .;?,from;contiguous; Wo 8.Ichardl..i."i..i : :...::.:..:.C..: I : J SdBU1.. ''fD.:..>\: t.54: .demand ,; t .

. {tr growers has bad tobe relied uptfnjn *: .'** .,. 1'.. : Colonel'.-from the medieval- Latin ,

_A2c manyjnsunceijwher: &vpefndlvldoal U&&Ire cJ.TraPPrt....r-.r:.... .. i.: ..'> ..S coronella, a 'dfu3nutiye'ol columna,a A. HIGH.rf..GRADE.. RERTILWER t \
.cAl11Jter..l' .
.: grower could ot!5 W* .etelaefA1burrw5"'WT"l ; :... .. I G. Hennebtil..3.-:: column'>A colonel was an'officer who r" >". '.. - .- -/''' {
: h&l1 mall j half-sheet copies, to"'eftl'J' Allred Jtem ""ih.1'.. -....;'.<. t 2. ..4 ; : marched aUthel-ead of the'column1} S { : :; :

"grower'schedule'whose at the D'ame'postofflcender''appe i'upon which the John O.Y.WbeeIeL.O.flPerT7.-4 Dourli 0bSbCbfla..;.m...."*?...:>-...**/1. a.a I 1 1.TrInets 1Isf. .\ :}t....1. '.I.:.wA. :l. : & .....::..::::::=::: ;; : : 'be<-'Until,;-froui'recently the'Persian sergeant.s&rjank.a''was held-subordinate 'to QJ.TY'( AND:'REITAT1ONI

; ( . , . _4J. .thus being-the.only;
; i officer
.rf 1
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:. "his name appears. .Againlre, nrrt that .W.' w.iU1elfO4.' ,'...!.tf"7' ... .hr. I' .:-. I : of titles not traceableto \Th Idea! BPandH t.
.' one our military ( : e -
: .any"bmtssions.or'wrong, ttmates'.Tbepromptly {: .H...1 BWee-j...".!.j..v.t'...:"._ !' :81UUaDX l'e, 1 i a Latin source..' ,'..,, ;'_ .. S S ,, r'J.'h.e : .
the .T -
.' : furnished W either. by BL B.Brnee Ii..., '-''* . ..- PO) I. j r. "i i .The iWestVind theihighest the.officersofacompauy S when -a, \
I' J 'themselves or by any one,bav. ...j.| ..,..>i:_-rVJ'V-i, "'\loins. .. .. % rUghttt..k . 'I. ,;. -I .>Then why pay..$35 and- $40 person. \ybu ca| ,get "

parties correqtThforznation regarding the ToUls...;...:::;.; ....... Harrlaoa....... 1, ;::: :; ... d from.tbeaame.word.CaptaInaandeorporaissrfthereforfTbead bearltitles derive strictly high; gr de reh>b ,Fertilizer! : .t t the:!fotIoving:prices) i;T, ;|
( Jog _......... a.... .
It'ls i iesspaj i work never '. '. : H.Door1.C. Wekh... .ro..........-.' 4 _'.'..: men.. ThZALfZOtTAt5DVI.. .... ... ...._...!..P&1t T 1f.or" f l..
.:iJ.v matter% \ of" ."' Z I J.'tV UntoD............. IH ... .... V" PTATO.II&1fURI..:..... r.;.,. -....;..$3OP1R'J0N.
-:- fore attempted fioftthFlorida we i f 1 \ I 'U.1L&rTIa ... ....-...... 4' .:.; The:word.from;which captain* ia !m.rmediately !: 1I.urm1J. ..............;.s PO T01tf ,
; iuDl.n o BOUM& UeLe.n.....J .... 5': '.. .' derived iathe' medieval S. 'IDnLVEOET.ABLE I J
-'li' Or J' .I ........ . ..1.12'l POT T0I1' j
} t .: .r 'f A1aram.& SmlU1.. ; "' head man, Oer- S S iDSAL PKBTlLIIEa (for aUerop t : I ;
P Latin ,
... ._ capitaneas a .. PE'"O 1 \
J BLOODJ BONN AND porASHr. 125 ; %
: f 11 ." orJxt .. .... ., F F ;- ,% .. 'man' hauptman "and Polish human. IDEAL t--.1. .{. I ,, .!.' *
shall the. same work. ',over'.again.JBesldes Samuel ; :; "p. .... ,.. .. ,' S SPECIAL IIIXTURE 1o'.I;.:.. ." ..t; . PI rolt .t '. :
*. 1 1 'S
.-* \ ' ': the lde ;;
> C.M.I '
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1 : .. ... ., .. carry same ; COD pEJl.TILlZEa.DPJtTOB;: .;-. '-.
: j.' 'it furnishes to.ever7growera Job 1. ILJLleker..i1 tl\.;;._.....t.-. 1 ; ; % 4.1; r-_ ,... .A major,was once'a captain major, All 'eitIUzerMat.eria1at Lowest Mal b 'Priee8.; SS i .

:: t"" L \ ;jknow ledge of the amount vegetables IaonFome11-., .. .; i :". or superior;,captain, just as now' the Ask for our book,"Why.We Mak*tb Idea FrtiHzers.' 7 : : + :" 1
.: \tol; >e grown by the tr kerIothedit, LLUoesn.:4-R B.Tickle < ;.W.* t-:. l : : : :: ;: 1. : :: ::: highest! noncommissioned' :omcerergeant : is J >
... ....-.,. . 34 . Wilson & ToomeiPortili! r ,Company. ; _.. ;
.\ Jerent sections; which will prove of CbsrlesCoury. : major. The captain wa'Ilonj ; .
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-t dwe result Z;T.& P.W.Merrltt.t.. ....;"..". ,,2Hvr. -. : .z.. dropped from the compound title S ,_ JA i t .4Pig'sVcotBrindBloandBon.i7perton.
g tueotheinj hope W.B.Voorbe S- ; ? '. :': a. ago r" .
..Ofmn*.ri.yv.tii4.Jsnss I ..... : ".f and the. alone retained.,. A'general : ., : .. :' -;' .'t
1'1- .
: nklng the ; that . .
.J n njf athor4horiiziTn4arjin 11 3. ; ,
-
orderVhatJ 3C.JIooks&.Bm.1.b.. & % ... was one whose command w'as over Damaraland Gaano,,the Ideal TobacooTertilizer.1U'r ; : i J ? ':
,
Uks 4 ;
t r 4'.4: ..... the "in. .' .Pomgeners1 .;ONyu.tJI .. ; ' '
'army. _
.34..... geoer ;
''ib"ffY ! tmNlf5galDItkq . *ir'A ... ofBcer th title to be'aimply'genMost c.. .G itoH--ILI S : F547tt.l.fq t'S' ff
.t c .. ..j....._.., ..... & L ; J.B.Combs..2 7.. : e came I i..d -. .. : J
'te ""
gJn'be : ?
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: -l gt' ;I ("1. 'f t...jt .r'\POnD. f- 1"{"n&a1l.v.<-- ..,...: '"."j'./ 0 .S434- ''F ; : .... eraL_ : '. :.. '2 .J'--.differfronL ,.: J>, '1'r S.'." _'UIay.VT.I.. .'- '---tt.'t- . :' .. .1 3 "
v v.jJfff ? : ; :: .,.of:.the 'nATj' titles that -I

as ;mred'1thoter: 3eariandwe' 1.' .,. .w.J.' ' :::! : ::::: .. : :::: ,, army.titles:ei1Ialnthenieives.EnsignIs : '
: expect:'trlli be largely c e4 next. .yJ' .'-1 f' ... : an'old.title'obsolete. :in theIaiidforces 'EASWADbEL! $- .' 1

; lear. 'Therefore" thorough organization UOCOH'. 'CITT.ilE.L. .., i I"'I'1I.r I.: . .2, .._ but' atfll preserved In*the I ) ,. \ ?
:.among ,the .LrOwerfur self;and ._. ,_. ._ _ ; 2 ''"!' navy.. 'Admiral.comes,to us from-.'th. S S \.11' t t r.t 1-- : ri t 3 i r.l-4 -t

rE , Qt !P o o Wbi .:....,........i2" ,I' ... ., .. Iz. .a',! ... Spanish, who'borrowed: "from the mt.C Ll 1 1:91
: C.B...WaiawrttM... '',' 54 34.34-.. ? . 1:; 'Arabic ':amlralbarrh, 'commander: .'.atsea. 1 .
J. f&?* 'Tbjaereageof': kracnc mbsrspotatoes : k.M&tt&1r;....... .= : .. ., Real .EStat B.GReau 1A'
l.: 'i ,. .lettuce,,. :squash, celery' and ':Paul)L&Ithswa.M&th.ws.-.. ..f4.....;..;.' I t. .:....1.;. :"or. .., .0'\:\ :: : ; ; ::: :: :: : f! Spanish Commodore:land :Portuguese"commendador corruption; of the- : ; <

1f\' ,i.,,baions Is.'so small that weAavebroughtt 'W.J.Oresn JameaH. w&oMrtI.. ..,...;-'y....i:. .1. 1" 34' ; ... ... .. wK.T. 11' .' a'k&ight: ,.a c6mmander/so; ..I.i-fJI I J.iBaJ'BI. ..' ro JOitTLotl/Fri .hS 'J: l

..'>" ; t' the,different amounU grown together .' E.Marteni.iiW .i .:, .t; I... ;li.: .'.:... ..,. '- : ". .CIJ t two highest naval titles come from thedespised .*11J VtgetbLUtractsoallai toripT .l ifflJta. i L.- *): .,::tfV::. '
;"f and,.tabulated them In'a brief schedule .8 M%TbttTy;.<*oi'3'.. .. ,. 34Irs.L.W.PIeree ,"." > 1'1if' ' ,. Iberian peninsula. S : : c : .
: ,.. ;., 12 I" t... ;
.*"" In:the 'gross, which.given! '',b_ low,the .B,Kntebt-.,-,"_"i't.;.......,.H..._ I., '., ... ....1D "; Fr4AUDuD.Y 1.-.11.lIJi i '.. . > f Phosphate and Orang 'GlroveV iJ19 yesL.oasIt_
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c.B.n1IwngL. s. : **:
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!; ; L NOT GREAT TO EVERYBODY.vlt.lscomlcal '
5' -v j
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d.&ta'i
z1 schedule 'tomatoes .
. a. of eggplants, WT.ps. ; .. .. : : Forre.ponden. a :'
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FARM GROVE GARDEN: ering seedlings often 30 or 40 feet they refused to turn their attention to ition are white Leghorns (large attain) FOnolaN1.xrserf.

high, are> disk ssed to sneer at the' cassava' or anything else. As a result, and white Plymouth Rocks (White egg Tl1e : .... }t.

dwarfish tnfoliate. The Satsuma itself Uo\ Sinelare was obliged to closedown strain). If you cross for wfliite eggs,
MA1"1 ERS THAT WILL INTEKE61 Handsome 1899
IB of a rather feeble and struggling his factory for the lack of material try the white }[jJlJroB-w'l te LegTuwn Catalogs j

i AND All bOlL TILLERS. habit of growth, and in thus respect to operate with. Before doing cross "WKat to Plant and flow to plot, ft/' *.,1 1 i,

Experienced Men it is not helped much by being this, however, he planted and harvested 'When dark legs,and White skin are Tel!. all about tbetr ttuMM*Mock It x
Correspondence of worked on the trifoliate. But it i h an experimental crop and from this not objected 'to, keep black Minorca i;'
From Fruit Trees Florid
Extracts for
and Ii
teresting likely that this very dwarfiehness will he: netted $1,800. Gov. Sinclare did not for large, white eggs, and black Lang- Planting

Our Agricultural xchangea Con- eventually be found a desirable qual- continue his wont along this line shams, which are hardy, for deep
Describing,over toe varletlecof rhoic Kroltt and Flowers sad :" _
Farm '
Our dt1''aD"
cerning Crops. ity. It will facilitate the covering and probably for the same, reason the brown eggs.! A black. Mlnorca-Lang- p1&c end ruUtvatliu tame. her U.nd"Nlle "'IU trau's.W 1r .-..
M 'swUl
Weather protection of the trees, expose them orange growers did not cultivate cas- :shan cross is probably the best cross aalllq'"lieu U ,a"free veritable ap in applka1.loD.Album of8outbe"D tassel tor"r1l1 a cop, aa4,. r.1ow'low.. '.T...>Wg..,BY.aoraof ... K...sw;.6. =
The Cold Orange. I less to the asperites of the weather: tare BrulU and Flowe. r.
*>a\a-he had other fish to fry. lie was for egg production if size and numberof "

This citrus fruit is a native of Japan and enable the fruit 'to be gathered engaged in the real estate business of and hardiness only are con OVER ONE-HALF MILLION TREES IN STOCK
and scientifically is known as Auran- I
quickly when a cold snap is threatened and those real estate turned sidered. Uoudans l
for fleSh. Indian
in days are .
All attadard ,.....
tia. trifulia byhe&tns, fructu tetnco. The cultivation of the Satsumaon I into money faster than cassava. or cassava I games and Dorking cooks may be ORANGES I j 1 oriop iWCokiisu'u o.tlcorMtberV 10PJNGES.Satsuma : ii
The fruit has an inedible pulp, but the this stock has already extendedthe l .
crossed
ataieh.nd 0
on LangsTnans with good re-
rind or skin is used as a componentof limit of successful and profitable .\ so for years cassava was kept suits if your market does not' require I Orange on Citrus Trifoliate Stocks a Spec tlty7) ,
a celebrated and popular remedy,
culture nearly to the Georgia -
orange up I in the ickground.: While everyone yellow poultry.-Samuel Oushnian ,in '11
known in Jajran us kakoku. line. In the culture of this hardy I AU the & 4 tried and u.ud"i
seemed s-itrshed that there South Carolina
1 was moneyin Farmer. I PEACHES I f varieties. Over Io0o00p.achtr.e < PEACHES '
This tree in Florida grows to a variety as a stock an the erection of I !. stock.... . .. ..,?. J x
the business they seemed to think ;
height of 10 or 12 feet, with numerous low slat-arbors the l ( I Plum
over most e q pogt'< I there was more in oranges. Success or Failure. ( Pears Persimmons Figs MulbcrrlM. Orapw
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straight, stout and very sharp groves, in the ,banking of the lower I After the freeze So into and other frs its sad flowers adapted to Florida Plaattag U >tamisiilssL"'"
orange growers many persons are starting
thorns, a good substitute for barbed with and in the building I
trunks earth
\\ere not slow to admit that the one the poultry industry as a business: jOver_100 Varieties of Choice Eleld Grown Roawn.EBMBMBBR .
wirt The leaves are trifoliate or divided -
of small but clear, hot fires I .
many theJ.1'I
basket plan was a poor one for that a few. words upon the most prob
into tihree parts. The flowers of seasoned pine fuel in cold weather, I I II that W8 PAT TUB PKBXOKT sad that wWve >...fcv Cl* .
egg'sln d were willing to turn their able ways by which the venture may Two Yean sad a'.a that Pioneers is sCw
'} are very large and have no odor, or if will probably be found the salvationof / I I II we were selling big grade Miner?MM*M.l w .
attention to'something! else. Tobacco result in success or on the other hand, 1
any, a very faint one Its flow era appear the industry in Florida I I II POMONA KUBIS..ID. _
orange !
\\as A crop promising fair profits and failure, will not be amiss ,here. The
a week or two before the new S. Powers in \memoan Agriculturist. I I
-, leaves, about the middle of March'during quick: returns but it had its disadvantages -, farther one gets in the poultry business ; The Gritting Bros. Co. Proprs )f -" 1' i

an average season. I inasmuch as it required exper- the more he realizes how much
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The unpalatable but very pretty Diversified Farming in Orange.An ience. This was not true of cassava, there is to learn. Most usually the :

fruit is of the size of a mandarin orange Orlando correspondent of the and when n company made a proposition ( beginning of the love of fancy poultry '

and contains about thirty seeds, Times-Union and Citizen says: *..... to the' people of DeLand to they I begins at the poultry show or upon a Freight Prepaid on Trees. ....MF .

which' I {While Florida! is in the throes of effect that they would erect a factory visit,to some successful fancier's poul-1'
on being immediately planted, .
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'lcul1 p reproduce the original plant: thus trouble following the disaster that be- and pay six dollars per ton for cassava try'yards.. The novice hears the experience description lUG Adapted Y. eeIee' _

4 proving the tree to be a wild plant I I fel the drange crop a few years ago, roots if they would agree to plant and of others, how they have sue- '! Qranees. Pomelos. Kumquat. Lemon., PMohvC. pwp *........ .

,7 -and neither a hybrid nor a sprout there are a few men in this section of cultivate five hundred acres of cassava seeded in making,money from poultry, '! Kakl Nuts. Grapes, Figs, MuTbvrrl*, ROM.Omi.nwHmH.

from some other citrus variety. When the State who have never lost faith in the proposition was at once ac how .they have won prizes and built - Estimates F BIIV.IWW. > .

the first bloom does not produce the / the possibilities of Florida sand. Some cepted. I!I up a large trade and a good income I IO Year_. Correspondence Catarogue MaUed Sollo'ted.Fr... No. Amt.* '- :

.. normal quantity of fruit a second and have gone into stock more evteusively As cassava had been for years onlya from poultry alone. They are often O U TAMER, Prop. otD $T. It1A2Y IU1si2II1 aOlt Mtar/rb-, #'
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even a third bloom occurs in May, or than ever before, one or two have introduced side crop in Florida-a few rows :misled by these experiences of others

June and yet all the-fruit mattures. iii sheep, and the result thus here and there for family use-there :and rush into business on a large I .e tix

October. I far has been successful. A number was a scarcity of seed, and though> a scale, without any experience of their I' 1 gt

Dt is very hardy, on account of its have taken up pineapple culture, with large quantity was brought over from own. This is a very common mistake. -_

deciduous habit, which causes it to I| marked success, and others are follow- the island of New Providence, there I It is not necessary to have the. largest HILL & COMPANY 1

become dormant, whale the ordinary ing along the same line a'. fast as theycan was still not enough to supply the demand and finest buildings, or the largest t

sweet orange is never more than half secure the necessary plants. Oth- and the acreage was somewhat I stock of fowls. The best way is to

., asleep and seems to have in its light ers again, have gone into diversified: curtailed on that account. The sea- start out with a small number of I SANFORD, FLA. I -

slumber dreams' of It and where and fowls place them in cheap but comfortable _
frequent spring. agriculture, energy the
son was not at all propitious, as .
Owing to t** .... exptrtac sad eonteaptattec s etas** to 't*. 1
has stood the climate ,unharmed several good judgment have directed, are protracted drouth spoiled the stand buildings and then study the will tell all the remalnmc stock of Hill *: Co'.. ,geed. .iii 'a a ..... .

: winters at Washington! D. C., with- meeting,with such success as was not and retarded the growth. business from the beginning and H''' Hardware Oil. Planet of Jr.all knxU.Cultivator boon.CU Bash Heater aDd.Blinds PIAlnc florae'Le4dt Tackle, at ***e.s PatetaMa ire dks*

otrt any protection. It is much used deemed possible in that direction a However, even under these adver-c you grow better acquainted with the ; cost car Arttot load lots.Material at half price. Agent for the iuctsas* >Brisk. C eeM /,sassIn -

e f in Japan as a stock on wioich to bud few years ago. condition the prospects at this time details you can increase gradually till I -

or graft more tender varieties of+ the ,While this is true, many have lost when the crop is about ready to har- your aim is reached. Be sure, for W. J. HILL. fr

orange. There is no other variety their grip, and declare that the State vest are most encouraging. Within a one thing to select the vanety of

which will endure with\impunity 60 and the land are a delusion and a few weeks we will be able to give fowls which you Jike the best individ j

< much neglect and abuse, such extremes snare. It is well occasionally to observe ually, for with ,them you will be most -
Some of
,J exact figures. our growers PRICE LIST OF FERTILIZING MATERIALS
of temperature and suet' excesses the successes of some of our citizens have kept \ an accurate account of successful as you will .take more interest ,

I of moisture and drouth. Dr. and profit by the lessons which every penn expended on tie crop, tn them. When you buy eggs or d.

Devrou states-that in the 17 years dur- their lead is teaching if a few can and will be able U determine the cost stock as a starter, get the best, for on a rule the f m< r, trucker and fruit grower ha to,pujrUrO

ing which he had had it under his observation succeed, why not many? and net profit. \ this hinges much of your success aS commissions. A commission on everything! be tajs and At <

.k he had never found an injurious lion. John G. Sinclair was an extensive It is better to invest a stated commission o.. evtrj thing he sells What we desire do k

: insect on the tree or on its orange grower up to the time Many growers(' are exhibiting with amount in a pair of fowls that are to save him the commission on all the fertilizer he use'jy tt&r ;

leaves or fruit. As a stock the trifoliate of the freeze. He has taken the best pride "hills" of cassava weighing from strictly first' class than,to invest the ing direct and thus .avoiding the expense of a travelling f"T"fi- :
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orange offers another advantage.The of care of his trees since then, and twenty to fifty pounds; this would same amount in a dozen birdsythat! and the commission of an agent. If YOU an i interested. : sanaf .Y"

part above the bud when cutaway his groves are exceedingly promising. mean from twenty to seventy-five are of poor blood and have not been these commissions give us your orders for it U only\ bang :.:

are not lost When treated as BUt while he is waiting for profitable ous. Of course these are prize hills, scientifically bred. It is not necessary large quantities of goods that small margins can be rJwma -.cd. We 7t'

cufrtings they readily strike root andfurnish orange crops he is not idle by any but if the amount is cut in half the to pay exhorbitant: prices to get good were the first to take the initiative steps to reduce the cost of fut& t -,

new stock for the following, means, nor is he repining at his losses showing is still a good one.HOW'S birds but do not be afraid to pay a to the growers and therefore should have their support 0

year r I and...declaring Florida a failure. lie air price for the best blood.I If you wish a special formula mixed we will dog for yon charging

Though well adapted as a stock has taken, up farming, and is showing THIS? ,would rather have a bird for the actual cost of materials used and $1 per ton for aW aC-'. i

upon which to propagaJte the mandarin the grumblers'what can be done We offer One Hundred Dollars Ite- breeding which came from a strain of The following arc our prices for: the next 30 day J :

tiae tangerme and other ,varietiesof with Florida sand. This season he ward for any case of Catarrh that can- scientifically bred prize-winners, thanto Sulphate']Ammonia. M to 26 per cent ..mo ....... ...... ... ............ ... .PIKiAitrate

the citrus nobilis, Florida\ its use has raised goo
has been limited chiefly to the Saftau- besides( plenty of vegetables. He has J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. but was the result of chance ammonia.----------------

mia, thus budding hardy orange on also grown a.baut.fortyfive acres of We, the undersigned, have known F. breeding and about which I knew n-: H 1 F
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hardy stock. The trifoliate orange, is velvet beans, which he regards as valuable J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and to strain or previous matings. Blood and Bone, 6/ to 8 per ct. ammonia aDd U to 20 per et. pko *. '- _

thought to impart a little of its own both for feed and fertilizers. believe him perfectly honorable in all I, thing Then as when do get started don'tbe phoric acid........ ...... ...................... .......4 ........ ..-SJw"- '

rnsticite. aft the French till it, to the tie uses the ground beans for stock business transactions and financially you and show Bone, fine ground I to 4 per cent ammonia a per ceot. .1,I ,;tk WIll Srtl .UM
little work
afraid to do a Cotton Seed Meal, Tic S 9 per cent ammoni*.. .....| ... .....*-lU. I
?, = variety worked upon it, especially if feed! and turns under the vines to en- able to carry out any obligations made attention. Bright .
them the proper Dark Cotton Seed Meal VA to T per cent ammonia.... .....M .If-{ -... _._ &..
the budding is done. a foot or more rich his land. But the crop which U) by their firmest They need attention/ the same as Potash High Grade.. 90 to K percent sulphate potash H to S> per eat eet..* U.

.-? above the ground. The Satsuma on especially prides himself on is his cassava \\ & Truax Wholesale Druggists. any other stock on the farm and Potash Low Grade 48 to U per cent sulphate potash. 8 to B perk eat ........ ..

the the trifoliate stock will withstand lie has several acres of it grow- Toledo, 0.Walding. when they are given their share they Potash. Muriate. 80 to 85 per cent muriate of potash B to B per *at ACtaL.... '

when dormant; a temperature ing. The tops are as high as eight Kinnan & Marvin, Whole- Potash Kalnlt, M taW per cent. sulphate potash, U to U per eettk site L.U...{
j return a much better profit than any Hardwood Ashes. to 8 per cent actual potaah........... .. .....|....- --- .. f
of twelve degrees above zero but if f feet in some instances, and the yieldof sale Druggists. Tole-Jo, O. 0
of Invested. ... ___ Ittttli
other for the amount money Acid Phosphate, U to 15 per cent available phosphoric add .01 ----
the sap has started, it will be injured root is enormous. Before coming to Hall's Catarrh Ohre is taken internally Dissolved Bone Blac. M to 18 per cent avalUbto phosphoric add..- -r-- >1. .'

by a much less degree of cold. This Florida he was engaged in the manufacture acting directly upon the, blood Tobacco DuaL This dust Is sold by sample and.ls guaraateed to,be esiwbs4 '.

SB true, however, of any tree, even of : of potato starch in New and mucous surfaces of the system. and to contain all Its Xertlllxlng aDd tnjecUdda\properties.... ...... .---=. 1a i
the : Ground Tobacco Stems... ... .............. .. ... ... ...........-U. 1
toughest hickory. Hampshire. In 1880 he put-us a small Testimonials sent free. Price 73c. Interested In y -
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The Florida orange growers, long mill to test cassava for starch. lIe Florida and will find ; =
Hall's family pills are the best. he welfai of you Salt, either coarse or fine JOO pound sacks:: 85 cents or .br th. {too.:= $
accustomed' to their tow- send the West U In no small way fully
magnificent was obliged to to Indies the one who UM tasu.Blood M.N
pound by
Copperas, put up In any size package Sftcents per or :
for seed. Upon its arrival there Cross Breeding Poultry.If alive the city to of the Interests of Its metropolis and Bone, Bcne, Acid Phosphate, Dissolved Bone Scd-' ,

1 were two barrels which seemed different your market calls for yellow poultry phate Ammonia and Kainit are put tp in 200 pouad] acks. Cotton A
Sacrificed to from the rest and
being larger all kiad
sacks. Potash P
Lana Plaster
you must not select stock tlbalt: Seed Meal and 400pound ; : :
superior appearance.. He propagated does mot .produce chickens having: yellow -\ JACKSONVILLEit except Kainit, 224 pounds. Nitrate Soda is in tm /en{ : racki fr a:0' ,
this variety and still has it. The n
,
of Tobacco
Blood Poison.Those skin and legs. The pin feather of 200 to 300 pounds. Hard Wood Ashes, barrels asq pounds. -> a
boomin lands led him into real estate
j the dark plumaged birds are also ob- Dust in 100 aiid 125 pound bags and cases of 350 to 450.
( !. later and he gave up the manufacture will not occur to him that he Is not so '
who hare never had Blood Pol- of starch, although he found the business jecJUona ble. Some dark breeds +when' Interested although his home his family pounds. f.k v

", ion can not know what a desperate condition profitable, having made about mated wit
it This terrible in out of his ,White or very light chickens. White
If" can produce. $1,800 a single year crop JACKSONVILLE,! FLA., _.
disease which the doctors are totally and plant. Two hills of root then and buff fowls are ito be preferred. II TAMPAnot i

finable_ to cure, It communicated from raised by him were exhibited at the you are to raise brown eggs you must

one generation:to another,inflicting Orange County Fair. The two weighed I riot\ keep pure breeds of She nonsitttiaf I only a winter resort of great prom I ,When you have some surplus stock I

taint upon countless innocent ones. '120 pounds, one of the roots measuring varieties. You may cross them with nence, but one of the busiest.and most for sale advertise in the poultry journals -
progressive la the entire South.AND"
Some yean ago X Inoculated with poison about six feet in length. He the breeds ilhat lay brown eggs and and show the people how good i"
b a purse who luf eeted mv bate with blood ,4
taint: The little one was will bank the canes of this year's crop get excellent' stock that produce your fowls are at the fairs and poul- qI "

55 and anequal its life to the WM straggle yielded 'for next spring's planting. Mr. Sin brown: eggs. If you are ''to keep'your try shows, and if these details are followed -

ttp to the tearful poison., clair is a man of resources, and while stock pure, you have :from whidh !ito carefully, success should surely I
For six long yean I Battered
untold misery. i others have become disheartened, and c'hoose wbite and ,buff Wyanttottes Uke Its elder sister the soutbermost :lip crown your efforts. There is moneyin ).
-
and was ulcers covered from with head sores to some have left the State because of and white Plymouth Rocks, which of our fraternal Union, the unique and it, your place is to get it out.- "

toot.....,express and no language feeling the disaster to the orange industry, have no 'feaitlhers on their legs, and bee.uUful.cltr ofKEY American Poultry Advoc&te.LiDE i" Educate fora; StaatiM
my
.5 5 If woe during those lone he has pushed out. into otherlines light Brahmas and buff Cochins; wfaicJ _?.r T7 We fdacmt JOG and tlM* .....a

r years.medical. I treatment Ia.dhe beti Several .' and shown that the orange is not the do have feathers on their legs. They WESTIs GOVERNOR OF ILYVAXA.The : fit good ri poPltkwi,ilr, .l fans..w y!o li..kk bnMtw PV fath t

physicians sneeeslvely *- only profitable crop that can be male also: make excellent yellow poultry United States trtmstwrt 1'ama- treated ,but all ,
me
e to no purpose. The mer- here.. He is making his farm pay :If you eross for brown eggs mate ma, with Gen. iFSlzbugto ''Lee and his Massey'steed
close of the famous
to the waters
ear/.andvpotaih seemed to add fuel to ths Others might do as well If they with white Leghorns or buff Codhins! warm COLLEGIfe
stall board entered the 'hfartx Dec Dt18INEl9
W + awful flame which was devouring me. Iwy Gulf, and each thereby connectedfor on ,
advised by friends who had Hen wend rtnl would. rather 'than with WyandotAes or transportation, yet both are linked to 14th. at cmfnr nv.E'sArs Otfalocvt, (1Ae. teiy -
tares made by It,to try Swift's Specific.*we
\ I'OUWO bottles and felt hope again revive In nymoutd Rocks, as the result: will be the world by the bestRAILWAY General Lee was informed by .1 cor- .

again.my breast-hope'I Improved for from health the start and and happiness a complete The Cassava Boom. batter.If rwjptMKlentt of the.Vamauitecl! Press of I : :;

,Is the and only perfect blood ear remedy was which the result reaches..e.desperate 8. I I For many years cassava has been you cross for flesh production, his appointaneult/ aa Governor of tbeJ7oince "

..... Has.T.W.Lxs.Montgomery held up as a product that, if properly .mate ccpnpajc-t yellow legged games, of ILutana. lie said be lJli':

1 Of the blood remedies 8.,Ala.8.8 cared for, would'yield a profit to the white or light: colored birds j>referret \\3S: nrwA grtitifttAl! ibut haul onflyfor
many In the and we to
lathe only one ,which can' reach deep- farmers of Florida second only, perhupe with any of tihe foregoing' or stockyWyandottes Its name country only remarking leave that you you guess can tui hell a military ooI put.nd. The hi:

seated, violent cases. It never fails to to the orange. Long ago it was or Plymouth Rocks wit 'see more from Its car windows than bran : General udder Hhalt 'he As simply in se

/ 'eure perfectly and permanently themost demonstrated that on our soil and in the, light Brahmas or Cochins. Both ,. other way. If you cannot nod its commiiind of his BoWiera, that: ; his duty J2ta ? 94,1/. J ?b.

the reach desperate of other cues remedies.which are beyond. our climate, it was most prolific; that Cornish and Inldmn games, wfoitih are name here look on your railway tickets id to preserve life and property and ,.,
oJ Its '
ita cultivation was simple and inex- slow growers, and Hondans, lira! are tJiat .ihe proposes (Ito do so with equal: so4'Mw t o ;J;

: pensive. The trouble has been to :fine quick growers, have full flesh development justk-e (ito Cubans, Siunianl3, and "i i tI ;;.'-"'

S.S.S.rfhoBloodfs'rtnucLY a market.for the crop mhen grown. but dark plumage and may be THE BEST ROUTE. persons of am'\ rfoh r nuitiioiitalitlies. Gen sn..i rnr rrs sews '

.e .. 'A'bout fifteen years ago Governor malted with. light Brahma and buff eral Lee added .that:: Ihe had n.crJhiog., to ,. '; ,_ 0

TXQXTABLB, and .is the=only Sinclane established a factory for converting Cochins and Wyundottes with good re do' -with the eatttblijjhanent of any.sort! Y r., ;'f
5 ; blood remedy guaranteed to contain nomercury the roots intq starch near Or- sults. of govemmertt, and ''thalt this duties
1
) ,potash or other mineral. For particulars schedule. rate, etc
Valuable books mailed free by Swift, lando. People at that time were 00 The best pure breds for white eggs I write to Q. D. Ackerly, General I-asoec were confined to nyS
<)1' Specific Company; Atlanta Georgia. enthusiastic over _the oranges that where yellow poultry is a considers gar Aa-ent. Jacksonville, fla. peUIpe and order. \ -

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:; Profit in Plant Feeding. plant shortly after applying it is apt DELLA ELLIOTT. young magazine writer-Leland' Leo- eating his whole life as it did be I I to the extent that was popularly believed r

.From the Florida Agriculturist. to be washed away and lost. I nard." settled on this side of the grave? That and that t'tt was not much more Y Rv

ea Farmers are so often advised to experiment A more uniform distribution of fertilizers The pleasure yacht "Aurora" bad re "Leland Leonard! Miss ''Elliott re- was the question. I to be feared t.han'tbe hotI- y, and he '

4: on their own account to can be secured if they are mixed turned. The president of the great peated. "Leland Leonard!" "il have often thought" continued promptly showed: us how to avoid its \; t :fix=

find out what elements of food with several times their bulk of the hiv,. try ,
t = plant Ha'\Uhorn newspaper-magazine syndicate "You have beard of him, then? >the president "that your brOtber-in- ravages among

i' are most needed for their particular earth which of course should be taken was telling Miss 'ElBott abort questioned the president. law's position must be a very trying I It was be who discovered that-what

soils and crops that the writer feels from the experiment field. the South Sea isles He apparentlywas "Yes; answered Mias Elliott "I one. The position of 'political editor I the bees carry home on their legs Is f

_. he might render some service by suggesting The cultivation during the growing much interested she desperately know him." on a great daily paper is far from not wax but pollen, and that this

; : a simple plan for carrying out season should of course, be carried on pretended to be. However, twice she sport. If he would resign I would 1 i pollen is necessary to the rearing of

these home experiments. under uniform conditions; at harvest "Strange, very tftrange indeed. I brood, and he has taught us to
i s walked to a large window where she labored under the gladly make him business manager ctf I supply
: Careful investigation and study of time the yields from each plot shouldbe could plainly see the top of the coachniem'a had always hnprea- I.the 8ynd irate." this needed pollen artificially in

_: 'r the needs of plants has settled beyond gathered and weighed separatelyso high silk halt. The lon that he detested society, shut I seasons of scarcity.
had
carriage himsrff in seclusion with his books ''Miss Elliott arose and crossed the
doubt or dispute the fact that the that proper deductions can be up
been waiting. some thirty minutes. A room and gazed out upon the street; lit was he who discovered that comb
and dreams.
i three essential ingredients of plant made. Bryan Tyson. The codluiued very- was made of digested honey and
president : but to her eyes there was ao street. out
food are, phosphoric acid nitrogen Long Leaf N. C. "Very sorry Indeed ,Miss Elliott, Mss Elliott poudd noft ihagine why She was tihInking desperately. In her not out _of pollen, and that this ,comb '
j and potash; hence the farmer needs for "the last few days, Lefemd Leo -
that you were not with us. I had understood hands she bead the "reins of power." wasHherefore most expensive part
;only to find out in a practical way Poultry Suggestions.We nard's name bad betwme a subject for .
Mrs. MaFoklen to say that What would be Wire natural than for of the habitation of bees. He hassought
whether his soil and un/lversal/ di llt19i.on. Every on( in
require one
crop best retu'rningthiB
that the
have observed you would go and was greatly disappointed her to accept the position for her for the means of _

two or all three of them and furthermore fowls for farmers as flesh and egg to learn the odnrtrary, I can some wuy reminded her of this name. brother-in-law? He .wouW not accept expensive material to the bee, after ,

,. he should carry his work far producers are Plymouth Rocks Wyan- assure you," continued the presidentfor ,- She remembered very daStintetVjr her it, but that did not matter. His name it has been melted up in an undervalued '

enough to ascertain in what propor- and Brah- first meeting with this young autocrat article of and he '
dottes, Langshans Light : a momem one might have Wrougiht would be announced, and Lela.nld Leonard commerce
tions they should be supplied to produce off letteTs among the fototfhilb ol WeStern
For has succeeded inr to
Journal.
mas, says Poultry eggs he was not an editor as his genial would be too proud to accept the finally pointing
the most profitable results. Andalu- Penney'Ivairio, in the summer, us successful methods of this. -- '
.Minorcas doing
alone LeghornS, smite diffused Itself about the room position aa second choice; In this
It la to remark at the outset when the sun was bright and the way
necessary These the It was he who found out that
success
sians and Ilamburgs. are and drove hbe chilliness away, Then he she could turn the victory of Olive Be- e
that while there is nothing complicated breeds and be madeto gross was green. Everything she saw in bee culture could] not be t
farm
leading may
relapsed from the man to the machine aant tb defeat, anu ill Lebmti did not .
about this experimental work or heard only served to bring about a achieved until the entire hive
farm was un-
do well with good intelligent
that
and he in
apparewtly forgot was get the position he was not Bkedy to
nevertheless if farmer intends to attach romemibnmce oi this author. The
a der the control of the apiarist, and he-i'
but do not to
management, expect my lady's drawing room; he stared alt marry Olive; she felt quite sure of
any value to the results obtained grant fire of Chicago reminded (her of invented the method of having each .
s reap all the benefits from a certain Miss Elliott as if he would read her that. But she loved him, and despair,
he should see that everything is f Some of the flesh )".1' amongthe hung a separate so r,
breed of fowls. and his like
tihoofghts place price upon hope, will sometimes cling to
done with care and accuracy and on a timelo rieltims, and the sight of his UcVk that we might take our hives to pieces ,
from time it
will disappoint you I them ''that the trip was mot, the straws. She could defeat Olive's plans
uniform basis, so that correct oom- and recalled to her thrut he hold once al "Uke a puppet-show." In this one par-
the production of eggs, you to it have otherwise without
same me as might defeating her own In one
parisons can be made. Again, it maybe for molt deckled to become a hotel clerk. ticular alone there has probably been "
may as well look disappointment.While would trove been. sense it was Immaterial to her whether -
that unfavorable conditions, such it should b> rr running at large, "I am very sorry bat my literaryengngpamemltB Leland got the position or DOt; she
as weather insect depredations etc., She and trials all there
hen will bj miss Elliott had been Wont to brain-worrying as on ,
remembered that the supplied
made my presenCe could even endure with him
vitiate the results during the poverty ; of the scientific of bees -
may but receive attentions since (her entrance study put mow
with egg shell material, aboard the 'Aurora' an impossibility." but she could not bear to see her rival
first to such an extent as to
season .
together.It
into society. Hearts had been her
: render it to make accurate when confined in winter, they shouldbe "I should have known that you win. The other thoughts pressed
impossible that material and thereis toys for years, and like a child's many was the scientist also'who ascertainEd ;
i deductions. Under such circumstances provided would not leave England before the themselves upon her mind, and all the
to df her toys were broken. LeJond Leonard and taught us that the droneis
than now
time right
continue no better conquest. Your latest book was a kindness ol her heart and alll the nobleness
es it would be advisable to "
did not call often and she fit for the
for supplying it. Cut wondered only reproducing func'l
; the trials over a second and even a begin to arrange grealt success; another will bring the of 'her soul came to her rescue. .
he dJdn"L She bad few tin and that should avoid
is of the best materials why a we raising
to be raw bone one English speaking world to your feet. Why should seh prevent Olive Beaamt
third season, so as perfectly
will aid largely I months before been as ignorant df it in large quantities that surplus .1<
T sure that the results are conclusive. for them. Table scrape "Let us change the subject I detest from being happy? What had she-
; The buildings love as & Fiji Isfcunfder of ':, consumed by themin a state of nature
4 This of course; means time and trou in egg production. hearing my own works praised. We Innocent girl!done to her, that she
should be the share of the hard-work
constructed that the laving : and had consequently to learn that {
.1 ble and involves a little expense, but should be so will talk about something else; anything should plot to break her young tender
should face lore is a flower whose roots are in the ing apiarist. t4'rds
K on the other hand when farmer has and scratching room except myself." And Miss EUkttt heart? And perhaps after all, he
should human heart and from that heart it the work of the bee-keeping scientist -
room
1 found just what his soil needs the south. The roosting walked once more ,tb the window didn't love her. She had no direct assurance
Pace and the draws all the dazzling brilliancy of its ? No not In bee
over
more
.
possible any
be made as warm as
24 ,' he will be more than compensated for wfaere she could see the top of theooachman'e that he did. '
should be dry and colors and the pain for its su-beistenbe culture than in electricity in farm- i.
I' the time and labor expended.In scratching room hat. The president had She had resumed her seat opposite t
with plenty of litter. It is is which it devours .as readily as tie ing. We might as well say that we
choosing the location for the experiments provided made it impassable for her to attend resident.
natural for a hen to scratch as it 5 ill morning-glory does the dew-drop and thep have reached perfection and that nothing .'
( the farmer should select the Martins' dinner. She might see
with the itch and -tJhoit to extricate the rodts one must "'' the position" she began more remains be Jearned. . .
F-- )hat portion of his farm which is as for e school-boy that Dunbar baUroom in a few hours; -=
must have an occasion to do so. break the heart."Quite "afford other advanitiageB than the To increase production by new _
uniform > possible and one which both but even thatwas doutofcful.. i "
1 may be regarded as a typical soil of The building can be made a great deal When the servant appeared, in an- correct" interrupted Miss salary? methods, to improve our bees by selection .

the locality. The size of the experimental warmer by employment of tar pap.)rand swer to the bell, she told him That the EQiott. "I met him in the country "Unquestionably," answered tile to breed races with longer N

,'!. plots must depend somewhat the windows may be doubl: The. I coachman need not wait, then she re- two years ago. 'Wbait a grand selection president; "unquestionably it-would." probosces and greater profificness p

i on local conditions, and the kind of interior should be so arranged that turned to her seat to hear the president I am sure no one could do as This sealed the question. Leonard produce red clover with shorter corolla

: crop to be grown. A very convenient It can be readily cleaned out and this igbrough.The . well as )[1'. Leonard. He is regarded might marry Olive Besaot but that so that our bees may derive profits t

size is one-tenth of an acre. A strip should be attended to regularly and chief of the great newspapermolgazin'e US a man of powerful ability." did not matter. She 'Miss Elliott from its plentifulness throughout the ,

ninety-three' and one4hird feet long it may also ,be arranged to suit the symuoaite was embarrassed, (Her face was radiant with smiles migfob be miserable and unhappy, but land are a few question or'the day.Improvements
But there are probably ,
P; ..: ,by forty-six and two-thirds feet wide convenience of the owner. Some like and :. EIIk tt's silence did not help wnich the dignified man before her did that di not maftter. Only the ast time to be made of, many which h redo >Ii

,f: would represent just one-tenth of an to do all the work bn the interior of him out of the dilemma in the least. not notice. He spent very little time he had talked with her he ment&xuedhU not dream more than we
any
: acre in a convenient shape. He may the poultry house from the passageway He regained "Ibis composure in a mo- searching for manifeataltlons of hu- new book, waiting for a publisher dreamt of talking to our friends at

if 'be wish select a certain number of and other equally as successful fn Ms as' ail the
I : i, ; merit and began: man emotion-perhaps he did not care position manager, the other end of a wire forty years
; rows to represent a plot, but In such poultry breeders will not have the M5ss Elliott syndicate's great putiBrihing facilities
"Hhere is
; really a matter for human passkmfe; he iwanted Progress is so sudden and so c
Case it is well to leave an unfertilized passage way in the house. When the would be a mere tool in Ms hands. He ago.
j I wash to apeak to you about. brains, not sentiment.: unexpected in all things that it is

.f r tow between each plot, so that the fowls are in "their winter quarters it The young lady looked up in sur- .Vn opportunity," continued Miss dhould have thep lace and be great quite probable that the next century . '

; x fertilizers from one plot will not be will be found better to have the nests and famous and -""the rest was
'" prise. 9he had heard men talk that Elliott, "is all that he needs; hen Mr. happy will reveal as much novelty and ran, ,
: used by the plants on the adjoiningone. ta a dark and secluded place if such immaterial.anl.
way before as, with her, proposals of Leonard will show an anxious world much advancement in our line as the .
The yields from the rows between can be arranged for. Of course the to1d -houses the Ion stra o(, ohk
,
marriage were of daily occurrence. what ts in him. This is a splendid, a past century has brought forth, and
the plots of course, must be dust bath will be arranged for, the
r : But there was something in the preei- grand oppontunity. I know you wSQ "I feel very confident that my we may achieve in bee culture as wonderful -
"r kept separate and not counted in with drinking fountain and the box of grit.
brotlrer-'in-law would not Ube
denst's voice foreign to 'tfhe rest It give him the place" accept things, compared to__the past,

the others. was a kind, gentle sympathetic voice, The president smiled blandly."He positibIr. He has literary ability, but as has been achieved in other channels

,. ,Having selected the field and prepared A Fluid for Speckling Cigars. and she was almost sorry that his xxroposal would be a gdod man, I have no sufficaenK., business tact to manage the through the discoveries of science.C. --
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the 'land the next thing is to "
I' Every American tobacco-grower, as avast be rejected. doubt; but there is another plan I had afftalrs Of so great,a concern B. Dabont in Modern Farmer
decide on the num'ber.of plots and the
;: well as many smokers, is aware that a "Yon must tmderBtnd that I was an though of in connection with the ap- "You should know. Leffland, then
.applications of fertilizers. The plan
., great deal of tobacco is imported from intimate: friend of your father, and ft polnftment-wh5c3i I desire to,speak to will get the place. There is drill another Orange Growing..
'can be made very simple or very corny -
Sumatra in the East Indies, for : is on account of our almost brotherly you about" matter -a mere personal matter "
Vplex, just as the farmer chooses. The Mr. M. S.'lIoorman who represents
I
; h Sometimes the foreign leaf offectionAand\\ the worm feeling I entertain concerning ourselves."
wrappers. "I can't understand In what '
I
way .
following has been found to be.a very the Florida Finance Company and has
is speckled owing to the action of a'' for your welfare :that I speak can have to do with Miss Elliott knew the final moment ,
.( satisfactory and will the anything your
plan give about four hundred acres .of orange'
species of fungus that attacks the tobacco as I do." bad arrived. A moment's silence, then
business commended Mias
fanner a pretty good nstght into the EHidtft in charge for that company, -
: while H fs growing. Owing to oUtentive. I the( head of the head of the great groves
Miss( Elliot became very rather coldly."I .
needs of his soil. was in the city Wednesday and Thursday -
*"*- the_popularity of cigars having these the vans about to introduce literary syndicate began -to talk, and
Surely president
Plot, 1.-Unfertilized.mx hardly suppose you do. I dhoti on a tour of inspection of the .-
Plot 2 receives 60 pounds acid phosphate indications of the origin of the wrapper a new form. explain. I should never bare ithtnrgWt df so common a subject as love. Miss groves he looks after in this county.e

r and 12 pounds muriate of pot- many attempts bare been madein "I have a subject about which I will of young Leonard for the place-he is Elliott's' on&wer seas aa prompt amd Mr. Moorman expresses himself as .

':f '' ,this country to imitate the spats by speak to you later-a subject Which so modest; very reticent, you know business-like as his proposal. She highly gratified art the outlook for the

a.'PlO 3 receives 12 pounds muriate of mean's of chemicals The morality of concerns ourselves only-far which I always keeping himseAf in the back- could not marry farm; she stated no orange.growers of the State. He has '

potash and 20 pounds nitrate of soda. such a transaction is open to question, beg your very earnest consideration; g'munkl-had he not been suggested to reason and he asked lor'u.ooe. visited groves belonging to the FIorw

*w 'Wot 4 receives 60 pounds acid phosphate perhaps; but several patents have but before we come to ,that I would me, and that in rather a peculiar way; "It is getting late," he observed. **! ida Finance Company in Duval Put- .

f and SO pounds nitrate of soda. been taken out on "speckling prepara like to speak to you on a business quite a little romance indeed, Miss El- kissed her outstretched hand and send nom, Orange Voluala Polk and Osce-

Y :;.;not 5 receives 60 pounds acid phosphate ,tions." .After looking into this matter maitter. You must necessarily be tor liott" "GoWd-by." Soon he was on the street ala counties and finds them hi excel-

L 12 pounds muriate' potash, rather carefully, "The American'Drogglwt" tured with a few facts that you may Miss Elliott was silent and the and she was alone with her tiboirgbts. lent shape with such thrifty growth _'.
,
'' -to'paund nitrate of soda. gives the following formula president A few hours later the business manager enable them to stand
properly understand the case. e. to a severer .If
continued
:. 'Plot 8 receives 60 pounds; acid phosphate which' that paper learns is used : of the great' Hawthorne+ newspapermagzioe cold spell than thai of last year with- ;
f by a urge firm to spot tobacco leafartificially After a moment, during which ''Only this morning I was informed
syndicate might have been .
12 "muriate of potash, Moorman
pounds out injury.As'1fr. expresses
neither spoke the man continued '
F '20 pounds nitrate'of soda 200 pounds : some-one desired to Bee me. Imalgine seen crossing the Dunbar ballroom to it, they have passed the sprout -' .

sodium carbonate, three parts; : my surprise when Miss Olive Beaarit where Delia JMott sat with LetemdLeonand. Z .,
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and
\lime. stage and are now making large
chlorinated lime one part; water hot, You are doubtless aware slash I am walked into my office. It before she I ,
v''Each plot as suggested, to be one- Long mfahtfgfbt hardy wood.
elghi parts. Dissolve the washing- the president of a very large literary. "Olive : extoHaimed Mas ElI .
Heft tihe (ballroom Leon
'b tenth of an acre in size. on arm
z1 soda In the hot water, add the chlorinated syndicate controlling (twelve magazines -I liott. "It was Olive (Beeant who his He is making arrangements to ship /
came with smiles
Plot her face radiant
Iat i. to be noticed, that in 2 fruit from his in nearly all of (
; there is in Plot 3 there fume and heat the mixture to and tlwedty- x daily papers." to see you?" affianced wife. Olive Besant watdbed groves
s. ? ;; no nitrogen; the counties named and has alsopurchased

,is, no phosphoric acid, and in Plot 4 the boiling temperature for three min "Yes" She repleid IndiffareoUy, "Yes and badly enough embarrassed them from a dlo. Leland was trees to set out for ,.'.

.there,!* no potash. The results from utes. When cool, decant into earthenware wondering whait this array of facts happy and she was his friend.JWaveriey nursery \
c dhe was, poor child. I can't imagine his
"or stoneware jugs cork tightly, and could mean t* her. company. \ ,'"
figure.
''
"these
+ plots therefore, will show how the managed to tate her barf Magazine.
rl + and keep in a cooT'. The corksof "You are not -aware perhaps that Mr. Moorman says that in the sec-i' "",
whether any" one 04 these ingredients jugs not intended for immediateuse Mr. Thomas Ha&matead died ,two ness so clearly; bat she thought Mr tion. of Osceola county which he has
"is missing from the soil while Plot 5 days Leonard the Scientific Side of : ,
The
4 was proper person for AgriC11lture."Science visited several new are v
should be covered with of recently groves
[ a piece He was our trainees manager"IMiss
L will show the effect of a complete fer bladder or strong parchment paper, ago. Elliott had seen him once. The the:place, and said so. I knew they is often said to be a theory to be planted, one party aflonjp having .:
tilizer. In Plot 6 lime has been added, .
and tied down to the were great friends but I never expected while "labor is and purchased 1,200 orange trees for 1mmedlate -
tightly prevent editor of the .Magazine had Introduced practice,
4
ome'wons in such
because are physical -
_ : escape of gas and consequent weaken- Mr.. Hahnatead. She remembered her to take- each bm+oiemeasures many of our successful hardworkingmen pbDting.rlando Star. f
condition as to need an application i / 1
ing of the bleaching powder of the him ,, The idea of giving the look down those whose
f 'of tMs Ingredient. as a very homely man, who upon

*" +*' :\fThe, above plan does not include any fluid. Hie prepared liquid is sprinkled knew everything, and bad always associated place to Leonard had never occurred mind is entirely turned to the scientific The Wild Vanilla. -

on ither..tobacco, the latter being then him in her mind with to me, but on the impulse of the moment side of a subject without much
plots on which only one ingredient of A. Conan Dr. Thomas Wood of Wilmington, ;
__ exposed to .and air when it is I regarded It as a good one; for the side of it. The
is be applied. light famous character t3her- regard practical
If how-
i plant food to Doyle then another idea preaetrbed itself tome because N. C:, writes of this plant: ,"It is surprising
..'! ever; the farmer wishes to experiment said the disagreeable odor produced lock Holmes." The president admitted scientist is said to be "lazy" that more has not been done "
amid I concluded hold decision

soon dippean.1r. my he wastes valuable time in apparently
add ihat Mr. Halmstead Beamed this "
be was
1 with-but' one can more plots very until Obis!> evening." that be I to utilize plant but our.Southern. ,
rjnd'pnt acid phosphate on one, muri but had never noticed the peonKairities loafing, might successfully people are too much engrossed in '

'f i i' ate of potash on the other, and nitrate Jas. Httpson.a young man who .Miss Elliot mentioned, due; perhaps Miss( Elliott did not speak; but she employed in money producing labor. '-ttin-g to listen'to doctors who '
with the of It is true that he is
gazed the mind inittotihe : always experimenting
2& of soda on the other. .It might be well arrived here from Leesburg about a to Ms utter disregard for"men's apOiks -> eye : are theorIzers as they think. The separation
of future time. She loved new things which fail
density trying '
to' say, however, that few soils lack month ago, and 'went into the vegetable peora.z of coumarin, which abounds '
Leland Leonard and did Olive Be- oftener than they succeed. He spends
so
'' 'one element of food and even if business from for-
; plant on Sanlbel. dame up Elliott began to think her extravagant in its leaves, will some dayinake a
giant or why had she intervened in hours and days aCtl weeks watchinghis .
J[ 'there should; be a continued applica- that isfond last Thursday on the fancy bad/led her to extremes tune for some man. The leaves have
; ; i ,it would his behalf? Had site not known Mm bees flying out and in, he tries all
?x' ?tkm of this one ingredient, Steamer Caloosa for metUca-1 treat when the president started on been used at the tobacco factories, [
sorts of hives and has two of
before the world to his lees never
.'i icon cause the soil to become exhaust ment. He found his way to Dr. his alary ogee again. prosperous which consume immense quantitiesof

.:. ed of the two other And in time the White's the doctor noticing at once days? It was she who
"It becomes my duty, as presidetnt, has early sis ess and Ma dfeafppDiat- entire colonies in costly experiments.
.*, ,crops would fall off accordingly. thblt foe appeared In a very feeble oondftknC to It as a substitute. The ob r
to dboose his sutaceasor. I am very should she In short he makes a botch of .
not share everything
fertilizers ment. Why his
all the
_'After plots are ready, and at once put him to bed. jootion'can be overcome by separating
A anxious as matter of course, to Had she not he undertakes. But, after all, '
love enUboBiaa-
should applied in exactly the He had lain in bed but a short while grown the coumarin from the leaves In crystals .
** make as able A choice as possible." it fa he who makes the of oj
>.t* ;flame''way in each case. It has been when he Deemed, to collapse completely tie at the mention of his name and progress and thus getting rid of the'weedy' c .
"It is, lyiave no douttt, difficult to which take the benefit.It
found recommended him to time of we r '
l that poor results are frequently and although Dr. White made ev- president odor** It is stated,4n Government .

'; '*
-' rplied too bear planting time,.thereby oVlodk HUt night. The young man J remarked. azine syndicate? Had she not a heart found out that the queen was not a "Wild Vanilla"-as from its 'sweet :

"; i yy "3f"jnrUng the.,seed .or tender.plants; to cornea from -a well known '''family They president tried to .say some as well, as Olive Besant? Would ft "king," but a mother, and that the odor when dry it is commonly term- ( ;

#l avokI 1hls.. it is advisable."to nse the about Leesburg. He was one of the thin, bat couldn't. He was horrified cause more pain to break the one than drones were not the females but the ed in Florida-were shipped from Sil- :

!mineral fertilizers, that;is,phosphoric young men wfco was dragged into the dtnnfounded, as it were. When herecovered (the otTher? But why, oh WIry had male bees. He discovered how the ver Springs to Savannah, bringing e .'' '

,i': acid, and potash, some time 'before famtJus Grace Darrel blackmailing himself he merely said: Providence[ made her rival the instrument queen was reared and how she mated, the shipper 20 cents a pound; but{ it is x .

: t'' .sowing in ,order that:"they' may mix scheme at I/enter-.Milll, the young woman / "There are hundreds trying for it. I of Leiamld's advancement? Oraefl and how he could help nature and rear not known why the trade subsequently ':

.P :thoroughly'withthe soil.: t.The .nitrogen afterwards ,confessing in Jack/ have been. approached from every cruel Providencel' an aiwfxd debtor queens art1ftciaU,. He has taught us declined. Doctor"Wood's note; as >f

.' j on",the other hand.,: In''the shape Hoamlle.. thttt'the young men accusedby imaginable direction. Hundreds. hovel gratitude he would, owe: Miss Be- how/a qaeenless colony did not succeed given above, furnishes the explanation.

:4 ,of'nitrate" 0fsoda_ will'give better retiV's' -, her.were innocent. The bodyofyoun 'l been recommended, .and hundreds sant for her>services! And that ddUt _and',what could be done to .save One of Its common names is 3

P r'9' ""wuttp f. '"top-dressing at ? Hopson wa nha>nv*? 'There have'beer? rejected A new name'waslvMtp must be-pato. Some man'might lei Ito It. "DePrt4\ngue"-m"btleS from 'the 'l_'

au' ni 1 t. very ;jink! beet **> naives A Lee last '.. if '01"f me ,/t-jtenday. I was but Leland. Leot.ml mere-' He hs taught us that the bee-mot '.mi ui thef n..Jt '" \ e's

t lulu i. n.r :IL&_ _en up t/ tb I Sutw-d. y.-Ft. ityers Press asir 'o ,;!ve the place -to # TeITiit. fb..1id such a debt in his opi m1o -ben- was not the en".'v' of man' ''nt aQ' mlV'


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rrrmirowftWiYt". --A'proof, I mean-and be.cnrtly-ln :

t rr. e proressions tC; WOni J l's EditI lL formed"Well l me why that can't I might you?inquired go to the devil.Over-" Qallge .Plloapple! TQfu8J : ;; r'

{ ti r '- - I'I'f joy, blankly, as he looked around the 1 9
THE LUHAVILLE A. K. CLUB corner for the delinquents whom he had ,.

CAME TO A DISASTROUS END. on the point of paying up. : 1t ,. } I :""r.t.' fh tirh H'IF.fi!
"Sir!
YHN.WNNmm will-you insult me, too? Y. And other'Vegetable Lands rtofcS Ielmv ,

"Why, madam I-you,Gnat Scott! "' / i :}, . :
what did I say? Oh, Mra. Crackle you - : "
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';QXO.lLXOBBtVS.BOBBINS. wALTLa L OIUUX. ". f* I1:L3. I have an idea," exclaimed misunderstand." Ha! Ha! Ha! That's 'I'I'F.. & A. M.-BllCayDe. Bar Lode of VERY ..' .EASY' (TEMJ t : :
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A GRAHAM 00. lira. good! and Accepted Masons boldsregular
J Crackle, president of the '
meetings the .
"Good sn first and :
is for !
c it to be In- <;
a
woman '
: -
Lunarille A. B. club as the members third Mondays fa the J\j ., .
.ATTORNEYS suited. "I'llbut she one lodge room eacbCbtla'lD t .. :- >- /:1ii J t.3I"L.
.was '
AT LAW. came to order for the meeting gone. f 'f1-. It .t-'W'- -C'4W"J
regular .
and Work usually occurs every meeting night. > ;. ,' ---AT- w t, .
,'iff Overjoy sat laughed. Theo h ( ., ;. .
; c HI Bractlee r YlsXting brethren In good '
la all courts State and Federal II standing are cordial i 1 ..': :
wrote note to Mrs. Crackle Invited to attend i ;:
(
:. .,epeclaltwslUtlM sand Titles. Ws for have examining the only and perfecting complete) "What i* It? inquired 14 girls in her very ji diplomatic language telHng, bet I Ju. JI.lAUIOX.ICD.,W.K.I ,. . .f ;i.A'.7 't ...., .
t c Lbetract books covering'South Dade county .c I'1The. ( iA. B. |<. :sd receive dallrreports from the Clerkof >known; aa the Anti-Bachelor clubawsytirefeiTed ]- Llmmer had! reference to the printer' I . 1 , !' ;_ ,.',V1: .' ,
r ,the Circuit Court Juno land devil I 'r' "- ... < .
'. at showing all and not to the foreman of the I \ f : ,:{ .
tensors All tbs certified Abstracts of Title- to each other 3 girl!.) KNIOtiTS OF ."
PYTHlA8.-BaT Biscayne -r ,
'.for Bond'Dads county. are made at our Miami "It will come up un miscellaneous place that sinners flee.M'r. Lodge No. 81.: meets every .-" / MQDELO and< j-i -u'rf. '. : ..',. V-;., ..'
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A. .ones.' bttsine&s," tersely replied Mrs. Crackle Overjoy said Mr*. Crackle the ( Friday evenlnc mats Drl '&' 1ae. \. "(.... .. .. .">.. ,! ;,..rl'-_ >
*,* .. ; .DADE CO.,FLORID 1 following if lodge room over theposWfed,. The ._ ..t..' .
.MIAMI. morning as { had ; :-JJ 'q.'fiJ
nothing
; .
Routine business Second ij. ,
First .
and
.: z proceeded It was Third Banks will be i.. FT.. .LAupERDALEBy ' i'f i' : {Y'i.. ;
"how :,
decided, other matters, after happened many words in a column I ronfcrred on the first second and :. .
among: y
'a',BAVDuts H.F.ATKINSON .At'DXSOK heated ?" third meeting nights of the mown/ I. : : -
to
argument meet on Thursday C. H. RACUBMOW c.. " 1 < "
A instead of because That broke the ice and the woman'sedition F. BSYAK,K.of R.ft.8, ", .
SAKDJ:1s Friday Mrs. Mints'husband ; I :
'$ HaUand i; -, .
r. to again went forward. At 11 The LanCo
never came dinner Thursday ;
ATTORNEYS and .lie could o'clock Mrs. HeMur came rushing in. f. .... ; ,.'
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/ A more easily L O, O. F.-Fort Dallas Lodge No' ?
; get out to'the meetings_ The sum of "Oh. Mrs. Crackle, she gasper}','"1 i a 44. Independent Order or Odd General Agents of Florida,J East Coast BAiiroad'Land /fit'

.tANDCOUNCELORSATLAW $1.5 was'voted to have thecon have another article Mrs.Anchovy,thepastor's I Fellows,meets every Wednesday 54 and 68 B1'oad' 'Neil? fork ". ; .
titution night at 7.30 1nthenew 8 t ; ; +1 _?;, ;. ".
O and consented write a the I ', ' .
postoffice.f -
over "
by-laws printed and then came lodge room : \\.jj7. ,;' M '
%; >A.'GEO.A. txrfsceiianeotM poem. i F.W.HAHK.N.O.. i OLOF 't";:. <.
business ZETTER ND 'L
In her J.A.BOBBI.See. ., :JOHNTwSMtT: ;: : .
excitement Mrs. Detour had .,
"Mrs.
will QEN. <
Tully please MANAGER."
WORLKY, ,". the take theetxair gotten too near the makeup stone and 1-1'-f.sFm 4TREA8URER." .. . -.- -.; ';,l . _
requested
manner. indtcatiTe of president eometbing in ez-a was in danger of knocking several col- ) I! .' ( 044.:,-. . ....: .....b"'l"r. ..
ATTORNEY AT LA\NT umns of type to the floor. ._ '
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D General practice In Mate and Federal Courts.AB .' traord-inary* Idea ahead.My : "Get away from there"shouted Lia t ? ,- -. ,,I, .:: .. ioi iJ, ; Ifit'J L.< -' '
; busbies entrusted will receive prompt at is thia-to bases a woman'sedition in llOt 'I'1 Land -r. '
For \
'tensionAgent- of the Lunavill Lamp." mer desperation without stopping t-e 1i .. Sal .. .
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for Oenaaala Life Insnranc Co. '. ; to moderate (GIla exclamation to suit ." .
4 of New York. AH kinds of' sod written. "Oh, capital{J" respond but bne the occasion. "I'll be oj 0- r '.' : .. .
picking . '
; <>'once Browa's Building a,. D St.I member. Mrs. Waiter demurred. She your ( .' 1-. .j .iJ
; I: -"lOAMl, a FLOBIDA..; & beldvradkal ideas as> to the limitationto form off the floor in a minute. \ ': t. fat.Conoily. .' .1. I e ," '_ "i ":-, :'.. p i.:.1"-- ,
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be put upon feminine effort, and she "Sir! Sir! exclaimed Mrs. DeMur. ON BISCAYNE ::BAY : ;: .41t :
: "What do you mean sir? Pick form ,: .
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my c'
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:I O. W. ALLEN, expressedthem."I think,"she said, "it would: be off tb\floor! How dare yon-make such ;, : ,.: :: ..,.. >:. t:; .{! t, 'f:;>a. ; ,
very 'L "
: ATTORNEY AT LAW impnopah' : jto ,entah. upon any such band.persona" reference? I'll tell my hus : ; : ._ :: : :
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sr
'scheme. I bare nevab been favorably : : :
.VlU Impressed. with aucb..effonta. You will 1 Mrs. DeMur slid out ae fast as she "O" :
Practice. la all Courts State end FederaL had slid in. .5 O 0. .
Overjoy came down and
.AeREisI
J' excuse me, t.adies. but I amquite;: suah : 1 f 9
\ KEY FLOBJDA. titteringly told Limner that be- hadexplained i
,
;. WEST -v that oath cause would be much moah . )
*_ i& 0. P. NTmGTON : .
it M g Z benefited by confining ouahseltes strict to Mrs. DeMur, that a form : ; :

i. :S QOT'l' di BROOKE - .- 11 to woman' spheah" in the Tripod office aimply meant the Proprietor.v' I >. .t --:101." .,F' .) "l. t"i,=" !-K .I''.-.... ... .._. .. """.i. 'r
"
. 'To get the matter before the club," inelosurethatcontainebthetype.Mrs.Detour Located in the most pleasant plane in JRichi Praineand.'Pine6Land; for'Salei: : i.'J .4. ;.

ATTORNEYS' AT.LAW said Mrs, DeMur, who Lad hitherto refrained ' thereafter held Limmer in suspicion the city.CyPure . '. i ; '
: ; 'I.. $ '- li. ,. .
from talking, '"I move J .,,., ", > .,'l'A.. ."..,'
f', *''NOTARY PUBLIC OFFICE.rmpracticelnaHBtateaadFederalCourtv. you f fAt filtered rain tied ; '
t IN water ia for ,

: .OoQecdons-\ promptly attended to.. number Mme President of the'Lunaville that this Lamp.club ksue" one last the woman'edition was out. 6-ao-Lit-m-every purposethroughout the hotel.' . . ; For Cash or oii: ,lasy .Pari j ntS.:: ::. .:, ; ;7.t

Several columns .
of
if ,Omn oram Stun or.BAT BUCATITE "1 coore that we adjuu interposed delectable.literary J. : "\h''t '
.
y .MIAMI 4 -:: FLOBIpA.g .. > rs. Whiter who had determined tthwart matter (had been crowded out and a* J\ .' :, ,. -if";- yr.r., '..t.'s' c1' 'i !H.i' '' Jb- -".. .J

; :. : the plan to get outside "wom- many heartaches resulted. Mra. DeLaney Notice for Publication., 'In'Large or..Small'Tracts.. : Al l,J located'ori or..riearB_ y, l.f. J ,:.-
who ttad> written :
MILLS rOWLEB, 1C.. _D. ato's epheah. an article on"Lunavllle's ;,, .e'For..fu -particulars app.1itC ..

-. Mra. Tally who:wan atIN in the chair, Love Tales" came into' the U1m OHJC:1l A'Osistavncs. ,l'u..l .. .J .... . .,: .. .... "...._.,,,> ., ._;.rw 1!..
,
h .
. office with flushed-face. November M,1888. -'r .. >' 'i. -r.'- to' -. ._" _
> :HOMCEOPATHIST.CHRONIC cry ,
to ;
; properly proceeded put the mo 1 ; ; '
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Notice is beret given that the '
Hon to "Mrs. Crackle, said ahe "you- took loUowlng- v' JOS" K. tta..I. ", : ,"
adjourn
'JEN.NINGSf'
t. DISK ASKS'A SPECIALTY.OrrA "It'ls moved thai we-adjourn'," eaidhe. extreme;paias to snub 'me. Asked mato}named settler' bat has filed notice' of Ida Intention ', ,\ .-. : . . -'? l'"J + : : .: >'
make proof in inpport"
;- 'AT Coat DAUAS. 'd' 3 "AllittfaTorwiUeay"' to write for yon and never ueed it,after i claim bis -. _: uT.i 3 Fi ijr p ij y .1" .
and that said .
r. proof will be made before C .
,R MIAMI,, *;"S FLOBIDA. ,. .J. *:;"TuHylt' >'interrupted Mm De- I had told all m jr friend Mra. Crackle :John B,Beflly,United States.Commlitloner'at of '." -' --, .: ;. .. .o. '. ..:: } 1-b' :

"-." .. .'. 31' Trr-"I" made;:y..motion first,.nd I you to need" never apeak another word Miami Fla. on Jannary .7,IBM,vlir:'' E.FA.WADDELL. ,.ta i a.Jam.41 ; .'. ...' "t., ;. .. ill- 'i i":. 'C4't ;. ,>.t ', .

L J. M., JAOX80B trant.itput firat.! me. D. Wright Of Lemon'CUy,Florida, home "
: 'D ; .e ?TOtbout. lo. She did not wait to find out that no Z2464 for the wrath-westquarter. Section : - -- __-. _.*_. ?".
desiring injure Mrs, De- --' ( : 4; -.A -
om ; I: .1 )ur'. feelings,, Tally kept'on. put such article tad corn*.to the office. But Township EZ 8.np41 t.' -uTh m'l'n" e"n ; ; $ (f
:
c. J t ". e ti the motion to adjourn. Mrs. De- the day bel<.Christmas aa she went He names the following witnesses,tA pro : e" fe H'af. -y" 1tnj.rs'I er l'eis. .

;HOTEL'BlSCAYNS BLOC AVK. n- ',UI'" further' objevtedc J through her husband's pockets, she his continuous residence.upon- and ,; : 1 4 ; t')'itY 1sY, :. a's.tVi: __.
Iff, *
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"' came across crumpled dirty of said nd.via: i:*lOflee 'large;stick 'veil-grown" wwprtsInVtbebestWrlet -';' -
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"I'J ail&4 eai iri 8be, putting her foot paper X.L.White of Lemon City;Florida. a clan Trees; tin t irf'1* T'" .
::. ;',.MIAMI, '.' -'j dawn tngg eetively"It: is only f&.ir.my'motion' and at the top she read: "Lunaville's Garry Nlles of Lemon City,Florid. j '.% EARLYatinitiVl rson'Brown.BooDers'Early.::. I --v' ,HJ-&i; lieJ.2iSi". s i /::; r.rJ.MIDSEASON.Tangerine.PineappleVJaffs ; -

;, : .f-tt haTiag been.made first, that I it Love Tales.But&he was-too proud+ James Hnble of Lemon City; Florida, < ,:8 Midm ,yf& &"M:" ''_, r ;: V.. ... ,
; be-put:at once make up.Mrs. Lemon B b T.A mol1,'and Jaffa Bloods.__. ..G..,. 6'v < of r -."pfl'ff-
A HUDDLESTOH- ; : ,Wm. F. Brooks of City,Florida :J.t-1.1'l A?' ;' :
LATE--Tutitt .
) R' ::'Tberewaalfc': spectof'spectof oh>lsm and 0 Wliiler. though refusing to.ac W. G. &OSIHSOM,Register.' ,A. KinK. ;' ; ; : .<" ..< .' v.. ,. ,r_ :<4.;_ ''L_ .
: : c J- : ' cept the.business management, had JaDI e' Marsh Seedbwand BJemn&mw* Cfost TbmeIo*, ' : xx. '* ** / ."."'.> i-3-i. ;
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'Mr:Crackle naked : .
Mr \7biler for the . .
'GRADUATE '' ( -
: .RUSH :AL Coi> good> written ten-column piece on "Wom : Y1a'Fnttea' Lemon,Tahiti r..uD" umq"J. -.. =1* ;l-'r-fi if !..b'
of the club to rithdkaw:lier"tht'fateecet
t LEG % ino"x an's But 1"t. *) V- :Jf > '*, '- J "k. !.
: cn Spheah she never forgave > Jv s .v i <> -: /#,fd'-if
1. ; : ,. D IT C"O' are budded low to rough Florida Lemon..buh had .
> Office corner Art nne C street Mrs. Crackle that-it-did not all get on I T proved beyood.wbw r>::/> 'lpi.,
of harmony* re- Legal Notice., .rftLCLO doubt its superiority over other stocks la producing ths healthiest "* .y.-. s' ".
,(0mca BovBS a m.UUCl m.and S to I p.m. *5 J
Mir: DeMur
.- re marked'tll'L WhilerV,>I temporarily one page.. lost half dozen -' thriftiest aDd mpro_LlCJ ,lDl1IrlDc aaeqaiCk..UdUDSolr.t r("; .; -; :,i--V-1-/ :,
:," "t l. f. : friends. tn.-'JejuDe tried bravely to b JpiTICK Co bra, ro c part1 alirs &DdPrl"' addreu : :
withdraw my motion to djoumI' {DADS Cotnmr \ RICHARDKLEMM: 4 f !JrF
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.
. allbusfHs' :
settle
'tt Jr"A' '*;/ .u;by a vote of 12 to 2, ;Crackle obligations,but when i STATS or VIOBIBA. /i.uam.'WlNTERHAVtN' IFLAf1l '; , ><

:pr'. a. .f refraining-from decfef sotngbecause'woman of masty d'-t, bills$21 payable and.there'exeeede Was no bills cash receivableby on hand, Tax STATS D.- O.TO or FLOam&t J Greeting: .. , 0 .f t., ... :,, -: .-: -r< ., --v* ;i; -.' ':(t ;': '..:.0dQRACIC'Ab -
Ittwat d'to issue
PHY I N'&- RGEON { a 4 phe'r7signed.becauseMraCrackleha; : d You are hereby notiaedthatasnitIngirulspe0. AUSCHWITZ t., 'x 1} vje ._j. j.
,, 'editi6o 6f .{he.Ltin5ti11a1.emp. Quite JYJAX
..,! .' /' '" -" < ''' <> dropped 'an intimation thataome- meat bas been Instituted against you by J.X. 'ft ,
: Once '
Vlaml Btors%
Drug ra\a'-Mrk.Craekle';; wjur,made ;
.'. .n toso'clocte.ss.r .j. ed.- pie had no,.business An Olrtman In said court to recover the torn of Y
7 From'p.m. Itreee4Q-cbief.To Mrs capacity., ,assessment : !
placate DeMur
:at rartdeacis,Oooesaut- !, the. ai:made managLog'editress.; Mrs,! of$l.60each: on A. B.C.members 121.00 and your' money, eredlU'asdteffectsinthe ;wIT lIKBR & JEEiR ::
band, custody sad control of !
4' lPLOBIDA'U the;FloridEu.Coast
_ .JU1. _ ',,_ ,, . "Whilef: balanced accounts.but when th* . -... -
,
; e. '.: ".' was'{oeycdthebnsineiss, ;; 'm aII' crab held Railway:Company bas been garnliheed. ,' -. '. : ,_ -_ : : ---1tt. .f': ;' 'f_
: :ligementbni'sbefefused: ; .. .. Its next;meeting only seven ., How,therefore,unless yon lhall well .venu&' ', > .. ;.. ;-.f 'A 'I.':' '_'. cn n', .":.5." ., ; -

'GVT ,i,IE bNLO l 1. I ?. ', t""Lsditw'saidshe:: !! ; "it wx>alinoi"be members" a ppearedL'I ". and truly appear at a Justice Court to I the held sf/ .."," .. '.w $: .; .--.f l.7 '" -#. -
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; \ ." posftible fortn" W-acL?Besides, .wouldappeih.tot she anXidea said Mrs. Crackle at my office.In Miami! ,FlA,,,on.. -'X .IS.If ;'.,,,. .'! o,- i.- -_ --7 . .1.. .,. S ..0 t,t't1.1iJ.iJxt; .-"
thereby-startled
:'CROWN&'Bkmt t W RK. me'impropoh" .'' faw ine. to accept as ;! "that it would.be wise the,club to hold to order .no Monday,,the lad day of,Jannary, A.D.ISts,1( .... ,< '. . > >. .' ' . .. ... .'1r:2 ;: .

_- "" ', .,'':Xade a Ipecl&Itl. ..";, ;;the off ah. *-, .il.;): > more. meetings '.during the _'winter to'deft n ;'Offic. Bonn:- I.'>w to ft p.a Offl ee la Bel- >Stf-Mra Jejune L.-WM;lvA\\businessmahager. months against you.b-default and,the ram.due you : ;
Detroit >
cbere arlck Block,eoca.iAvD- : and task fl6'j .-Mrm.Crackle,1 Mrs!DeMur and Free PreSv| by the Garnishee will.be:applied to. the payment ._ ; 1' L7 "HOTEt. MIAMI_;;BLOCK_ ; . $ -. $ .

..KJAIO'r. mBID t-1'r. > 'Mrs;Jejune at once;went to BeeEditorMcJaek KMCWTfcat, He WaBtet. Of the debt. "' / ; *:; '- 0i.ttu' : ; :. 4'. .i 'Vt\ l.tiq .

x-' ." : '__ > ; :; .,, :, ; of the Iimp?|Jd>;IUcJack. was "Mamma,'" said six-year-old Bobbie Given under my band and teal ibis t .1''R'E'S H'"i' BO"'IL\-lVJD1f": s.''(8R'E "D t, .!i..i"':.!..r4 JO '
; irnsty{ old widower lit day of Dteem ber..L.D.1$98ttAtl ,: ; ;,. MUHAK .
':DL 'J 'ORAJ'D. ) ; a ,whose respect for' "you shonid let'Ann put up my school r. ;: .n .F :{1C '' :
'; ', i" :' (V": ". woman aa an:entity:died;with'.his beV lunch 'instead ''doing'it yourself." [ ':Q.XWOBurr, r .. 'ROLLS;SUNS.'CAKES'PIES?. EVERYTMING 'FiRSTiC (1 1'
; JOTed WIfe.: l"',: ".:- Justice of.the. ;Peace.. ; 1 jt '
:s- .DENTIST J.t.1 "Why Bobby," she .replied "it's no SAITDKBS A ATKUTSOK, 5' (&.tf-h fem w:E"t''P.,. ; .
.', V .' It.would be-juai"for one issue, yonkBowMr. trouble and I'd: ", '- rDELIVERY '
j 4; just as soon do.lt1my'l Attorneys for Plaintiff.; "
Defies> .- la Kanlenou Are&ne D illock sad,tatb nortbeast street?eoraar.%>...< -of ; -'McJackrj* '" Pleaded 'Mra. self." 'f'Yea. I know," answered'the,' tdecSOdee . f' : ._; .. :!1 t

"t :.. " -: :.. "iX'9' Crackle./ > 'M|. v. youthful, diplomat "but you ses.Ann ANDRBIPMENTR :. : J 15
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MIAMI, ..- ,:n.o IRUA..j. i i:'KuhHJuat! ; fOr n6 i Issiie," repeated . 'W-"thf'. s.. ,,i.
,'1' _. .. .' ..y .1 ..... .w s_ J,. McJack;;cutting!:paper'with'increasedImpetuosity. has a she bigger always appetite'than puts.more in.you'havand e WANTBD'8KvJi" > SaL'_ ,'Ta11BTWOItTBT- '" . PIOMPTLY.'ATTENDED-TO." :- ;. t > o-1.t-'' :- .'il<. ' : -:..'' -ti" i.' .

>: ,- ',** -- to manage our buil .'2 .A ; ':" '
: J'UDDBEi0 M;, I don't want any.woman ness in their own and nearbv counties' It Is I ICE EVERY 1D. : -;
JOUS" -1'... ., poking'hernoae into'this:'office.. 4Oobd DepletlwE. office work conducted at home* Saltstraight ",, ilH13PnrepitUIedArteaianmlefns.d I" '" "vk.> '
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A. |900 a rear and .
Mrs. Ian't-thin war dreadful expenses-definite. ; .
A : MfiENG EElt"ii;: day'' 'l" .. booaade,no.more,no less salary Monthly$15, :' y 4 c' :ti, H" ttf ,; ,
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::.Three,cresifanetf.womeifl: 1 later :'apr 'In.'.-Isti't It! I'm going to takeaway Beferenccs. Enclose elt-addressed stamped :I. , -
-. l /:AND SURVEYOR.1;Y.ltoha'tnbll& peered in the atiiceOf Editor Overjoy,of three trunks'less than I did )la,.trear.Biooktrn envelope erbert'B.'Hess.Frest* DepC M., Address mail orders LAKE WORTH ICE COMPANY 1 ;'
: ? --i" : -: 'r +. T> A Life Chicago204SOMletldstnpoeKnl; MLmiFlartarcallto penonatwttehonse'ca'AteftnsD: '. i t .
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StaU vlLf Lute, theTyipod.- -
far Particular -- J.1T-Im-I..1ft - '-_ .. .. ,

"Offic Attention*on Lie flren Street to 8ab-DlTldlac,Booth,Blda-,Lair..*&Tnet Y .Do. 'The"Why Tripod*certainly la .".disporaL"hepOf"coursef< '' ;JJUd g." -- '. \ If ',< '2'nnttnntltnt1t.nn1.nni1f1lntn1tttn1n1tnnl '.. (, ",: -.'..t'.F.4J#; 1 .o on'r..:. .(".b'. .> ;'.rr ..
.1UAHI.-- fj 7JUBID 1k ,t tf at your : ..
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:' so it ilea arranged. Mrs( .Crackle '1 I I 1 1JJJUjn1roJl1K. ! THEiNEW..PLATlNO'. .. . .8T. 'YLE C4. ft-i't..1'
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:.TOHNIEONOWITTEE. ..* ,, ', ) pod office-while her husband,ate 'cold = : .. I.'t _i L J;J 1fE = B'Ho'm 0 ry S lEnlarging-_ w .{: :; T-"t Tintype* 9' ..jij. *;' .'. .*e1.+ t .'f'. 'i ,<" z--S'\

,* ,JiTAirl. R..4-t. si7.:. .I'a11' \}. dinners.for contributipns',:Mra DeMur' ; begun looking t L .& 'SO '. .E . Kodak. : pictureaptosnedf! ancl. ,aut ? c 1'f.. : .
-- and Mrs Jejune and .
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heir staff of attractive Cr .(atabllsbed 8'lO). '- .;ft, E : ,; a. 'S" .'work. .fui1shed. -. p.to'date'; :at" -r.. t T; ;"
Full Stock of= latest'fi .nZ;I x. ;'young ladies be . .. -f "'- :' ,1 .. 'l"-h :.- . -'. -: / <.. ..'J ; :r"1'. ." ,.. .4.f'," .
jraOD- la B '/Brick BnlUUag.vr J. gan pestering tie merchants of Luna- = MrirhlhaiiW 111 SouUlem FnItand = FRED. 'HAND GALLERY AVINUE. D. DNE;BLOCK WU1' M- '" '-- ;: .
' : : ... I J OATHOUO OHURC.H. ? 4; ,? ..$ w"- ''
.tS_ MIAMI.; jT9 '' lW 1 ; .et r' ',;' ,: 1J.:: 4 I'toniniission luerciianiSY. fLibifisptciaiues.. .| ,.1 ..' : . ".' -4 ,.Jitl> -, 't'.i .'"IJa..r..t> .J.'ittc.. ;, . . 'ws<" ':.! .. -

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S:. RICHMOND" (' r/.r. appeftr was s trying one to the sr, Tomatoes'Pineapples,J Eggplant-aadTeppers. . : 1f- 'S G" Ga..A.cN- -"" :;i '. .

: ,W'.< i. ;'ji ; : Tripod omceForeiriah:; Limmer'wae agruf e. Bfenclla.sentonappUcaaoai -4 Correspondence Solicited 'E ,' (t r 1. '_.'I-/J:' rr :,

R L-ES'fTATn: ',' \ .fellow:"at, .bitjandil5; ,Women did :j, ft* m bias :262 WASHINGTON' 8r.. NEWYORK.. ** ' .- ) l" : BRED RUTTER; '' :; '

, not improve;..his natural temperament . f' . j ; ( w
They asked'all sorts'ol questions! fde> tl1Ul1Ui1U l 1inlUll1ulUltisUUl1Ull11111UIlU 1 U1U1Ufuu .
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,*O ip{; asked .{ .. ,u, ' .C ; o \ ; i :
CDTLEB, FLORIDA \ : i- ,
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If a quad and quoin were not identical MIAMIFLA.eoti : ;

.- '.. :', .. . .', ,and:capped the climes by,Insisting that : -. ,- s.'o;f. f ht. :C. Ift1Wotrb. ? '; '::: ,:',',r ". < *:' oJfr-
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KW.KABOJ; '- t .: articles for thetwomana edition be set i. v. c .1"_ K #' '.

lr.; -'" TiACRz5 n.> ; {> :" .; t'OfoAL.GbtrrA In type'with !{ll1s Inguir'e.---- \ '' A .t .Y WELUS'a< : -' a.."tr.- -r < <.-"" .".. r'l 40. "11r.'f. .

*''iflDMhrnoruoarBlabNl s-, "Mr.; Limmer," GLID : : .'t \ : .- .f' { -. '

'i :. nand, 'tenon .' one particularly Aryingday," utd you S'I-- .. T'. . .k .: "F'R'EDK', 5. MORSE-- of ..'.1'Y. '.b.f-f5.: ._,7.., ._. -

O&1f a&tit eaC&IP lUtAitf asiHtli; street Meritarticleon'Lunayille'i mind a of Mrs.Lof sky's ', ,'. ,, . ., t .;!l.'. .41. .;" ;, :'fc<. -', ' y --.: ,: . ,' : ':. !- } :1 .; ...":.tti. : : ___
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addreuu ',. Eligible Young ',.' ' -. 'i, ,' ,, : .jttii.;:: :
MYLaVI 1.--. ; -r' ; -. - I '' NEATAvenue .Jo'> ', ,t.o ,. .


-. ,. .; .-";-,J1iOBDi., -:. . (,' <-"' :' *KeIa do. A'yon jprinir mean- *t-:;snarie4,proof Limner"' -: "What. . ., . :. :: ;: .iWi.. .R' e"s t. 'U I n ran;t: ..R"E/iL'. : ., l : F-a'-4 ES'R. : .A r..tT'E': it.1J1.0 !.."I-i :- :,;_' .\. -" ;

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LUCIE _
-. x .:T9- hy,yeas j of,course,a proof. 'Wh&t : '- t. \y .7- '" t 1'Of'-" .1, .t-ir "." -
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a.r,..;,The QnrRAtD beet.Lawn for Floride.sad.Patnrl......??,'.. Pleiae'gherne- a proof/than.'bo'hthedeHigrowled'Limmer"" '. -. ' '[ J' . w t Miami iDadieCCo.! 'Fl rida-o "j :' .y 'j s-h ,
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'i'r > : c ; ; .. J"-.. Dtx MetroPoils, Blocky_ .. .,. .. !. 0 .
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: PECAN j. s whoscarcely'noticed what so : t { } ., ., : tP .. :?: .
hejsaid; , 3g*. 0. W : 'c't| ..'- \ *> r ',' .. T.'J.j. I' .,

.ii' ,,.8pedmD... bl.ti". ;.weijb.'< ..use.- oaaeea'k ; ,. JmaTWU.hei, 'Strl"cried. 1ln..Crackle.: '"WW_ yonlnault . >'-The cleaneet,best and most wboleeome l meal'in the city,can bs bad.'. . ', fl ". M4." 4" "a ".. .. ' ', J '.'T1.,


,:.".' IW_,,'. ..-.fi. : E .. "i- 'and< nee;'rl1.talkwith If lie will; allow; .a lady,Mr.-to Overjoy be insulted ., :J Th%; ,eitanrantis,' ;depend new upon throughout our service",the dlDle tb mate-room our'large success,abTu:In business.h'tu4).ooLW.. .', ':; .",'shall'" Farming ;Lands, Residence_ Sites' Dit_ r tofei' "_ *. ';: ' {'j'i< ;1

in bra once:" '. "-. :,. z.-,"'" .{ 1 :., .-- .'. ..' "- '. ..1 w. ., ... .t. .. ..,

'j') r'1i iWt : i"Obbavene{*mused Limmer,'aa Mnl: ',Ji ot.r' ., I I1f '. .. < .. '
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; * Crackle;disappeared,rapidly upstairs. 1 ::
j.Kome ,of, 160 acres pine'land, **1 knew it would come aooner or later." Table 4 ; r 4.9'O AGENT FOR LANDO.F.o.: : : .
oar $
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aerea:Bander. cultivation!about two MraCraekIe proceeded to Mr.:Otter 1 ers' a j per'ee? : ,'.> : ,.4":.' ::1 : lJf-

tie from MUm} on th* *o\itfa'side)'of : ; : :* :(' f' -, "*" i !t'* ? -, 4. "' .. sB ; .; j t

HI J.I" zeds uilbulldlEgs; i joyr.who.waa appealing strongly" to.twodeUnqnebt'sabscrfberar t. ; .; ;;- : '-, :t '*r .' *** ,Florida' East., Coast'.Railway Co., -"xr ' ''" -
.le z' Ume illlgatorpearand i )fi : : We seek: 'patronage and: .vs : : f": : .. /5! 'ir1
fruit*.;.Inquire:of 'or. ddre t I I. rMr.{Qm'J 1.;ahe.b; ,',Srlll yon : : .i (: kao ,oaDtf: : : ;# *. : Fl ndaCoast1.JneCanal and !Trans:. Cpi; ;> .J"t
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/& ous's 'TrO Ica) Land AreocT. connteasare sue':lau1ta.'t 1.. et'1 per. '. ; .a O.' s ri '
GroJ' c1r 1.tbiently'aAkd Mr.;.Lianner.f or print ' : J. W. GLIDEWELL : .:. , . .:x Boston. ;andFlorida'Atlanhc. . Coast. :Hand., .} : : ,
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If . t. : C.4latrluut' wrong conception of the' Cubans ''as f ,


. '. o: 1Jf'e'"''' . lM e etroY ; lli being..capable. They: had maintaining no'proper. conception government -, srOV S! :undeFtaMht : ;


1- ;".' .. ..... .: ',' s of liberty;which is to them licenseto ,
'V;"" commit outrages of,all kinds without
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; hindrance. Liberty to them i* "
; &JJ B1sarBe iCtmpuy<< outlawry personified,'so be stated.

.:4.A' "-' g.yIA1t. DADE jttVRtt.nvuD*.. .. We were 'told'.that. Mr. Fltgler had .3 Elilbaiffling. -: *

: 'tTh nut Southern Hewmper pnbllihed on '
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Woqd
purchased a whole_block the main '
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$, .tat mainland oi.t.IM United autee at then ,'
., ;,. moet ..tit... railway terminal. park: .of the;city upon which stands the i I' .

.' 43tred to the Pottofflet at laml..Florida Hotel lagieterre, and was to build rv

"" l'.. : &I COD4-elul matter.Y .... .... upon It*a modern"'hotel.. There is not and :
"-- Rate. hotel in Havana which American J .
.4 SobaaiIO a an Wood andMetallic "
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feel
I table and at
down
\ _. et .(JaW....,.....;..... ................. 1.00 canjit) at a
l : .',Those|,a"1.111 advance will reeelre a).",'* home. -"At the Hotel Ingleterre, for Yr ,L, ,;t *
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and Six month* tuberUrtioir natance chief hotel of the
the city
.tfJ. lor W ABU! TWa U liberal din "
'count to.theta strictly advane payment*_-: the tables are scattered around through Gasolinei skets
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't .' '. .Advertising Kates.OVB .. the rotunda and to within ten feet of

.., ,.. .!tTaLI k OXR aeuxtt:'ui. OVB.TEAM.'. .1 the office desk.
cox.i .*.:r MO. 3"mos jT MO*. The cards, or saloons, are wide open fr.tAt
Jaeb.... :| 109:I 2p9.140a!I tOO 110 DO '
=..1.thaeb";:.:' IW .a -SOO\10BO.. : ; 18 00 upon the street. Customers are to'be Lower Prices than 7:5: And in' a few days
'..: ;, "'a incbea:;'soo' -4 UG. .'a oo ,lUG 1500SO $1.
seen wide drinking i
-" 00 through the, openings Newfuneral' Car .
->:.', y4 inebes:::-a 00 SOO 1000 1800 .
;I ..("eolf.400;L son BOB si004t9 D 00 No drinks are taken' (a bar as sold .
'" will be here .
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0 baebU.i.:;; ;>IOO 1400 MOO a 00 ever : your -
.. =. : 500 300 Doika 2700 4800 la this country but at tables. All outdo
:== :;. service. [ V .
tlSOO MOO .
SO COoo
; i 10 "IftOtt fruits e i *. .
rolls ,
Lcoffee
and and and e
serve m
,% (tacbeI..:', it09' so oo ,uoo' 009 : ,. ..
101n( caI. );" 09 ,MOO MOO MOO MOO other.eatables. ,
110/11: tIIdIeI... CIO, 1110'MM SOS* '12 CIO l:
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,1 '12 baebet.Z'.M 1800. '2100 4100SOO nooM09 We were lathe office of the Havana

iIebes; .' : '1409 iTOS. so MOO oo 48 4500oca oo 009 'Advertiser., .In .the l interior i i is a court A Complete Stock of FurnitUre

<, 414.'."""'es(0.101O'.. 1009 lno;IS OS,.,/940"IO"I SI 00 .,MOO/ oo about 60x50' ;; feet"In; ; the .center of *!

,. ;.,;r.;;.11 tD :x:1100.2000. ....$100 87 tl0t.10800 which: are plantand; .a fountain. ? 1

"", ".lIlaell.a 1Detaea...:.,.;.1109 lisa :t1 B 09.,4000 ale m -- ;II- GG ell 'Ita illL.ILteoilt08 (ID There'::are.overhanging,' :balconies, all Of all kinds can be seen in my Furniture Parlors and Satisfaction is Guaranteed. Ten carloads to

: *s..ot-4toe.rM09> '.m 00 around :the:court:some eight or tenfeetr.wide.Beneath .. .
'. 1"if..,'tact reading cents per UM.. select from. I and will sell reduced '
.. ",.Kod f'IeeI' hoe rites.'' these balconies can as cheap. as any Smyrna Rugs at . prices for 12. days* '

; sand the ;type:cases with the comp'oe- 5.4-inch Rugs at $1.10, worth $1.50. Chenille Table Covers from 40c to $i.OO.VfLace Curtains, 48c.
tiL&m. FLHJM DBOBEI U'i07L:: '
: .torKjat:[ 'work the with the '
presses
.. Come and see ; or write i 1f ;

', "$ > f 'nV- .- \( Hs&Y'"i :-.. were pressmen,.tttog at
NELSON
'\ -.there Js one" line &. bal1D ep which' work J outdoors..1 The'workmen,' "are.a 4 f

:;. -{t zitratuted i ;InHarini;: wquWprove"alaowhcg.tailnreiidthat miserable 'looking and slovenly class, I

... ;; Ia the bicycle and J the"work:: they,turn.out compares. s ,J .* ff f y

bu.IDei8.. The'streetl are paved withtatgh with the'workmen. ,

': Muskat are narrow GeorpE.DreD 'Bryaon,Is the editorof t -' tSJfflf'*' ,-
gratbite very would out to see how .of tbe'DAYl different sections the postoffice'address f rWard ,
go many I and' the, good results areal--/-./ -
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:.''Mf and consequently.of.no avail for blcy thecAdvertiser.Ubre, )' ; He 'is .an ultra were in sight. But after the first of the different growers is given,and AMONG OUR NEIGHBORS{ ready.plainly. '.seen. f ..,;-/-Jv=*>'vMr. ", r
A ,The etreetl-/A ,the' residence Cuba.' maip His .;:paper would "' -
cling. '
: : satiofed '
Havana would the where : --- .
*> day they were not place they are engagedin - i- - : : ,..
E ., uld seem indicate..that one!of bis pet H.M.SwJri on Of Latebadwho. *,,, .'f -
!: t .tre4.I-clal: There ;
J o. : not be assaulted:, He stated t.belwere growing. may be ,some : ?
l were.in Tome'place*" moddyWtherday'Ve idea was to" perfect_some 'plaDo to protent ; has just returned_ from Dutch Guiana/.'$If *- "
,>: ,,aJy e/ctremely/ without bread !.any kind for 18 days, errors in the postofflce addresses, but LITTLE RIVER LACONICS. .
:>: ,, '_ .'them.' They the advancement of the i In terests of r has.D 'd.e1a. a,visit this week.' > e told"?" *-
and Willis have not 'learnedof ; li/
everythingwas high. as we '
: very yet any. ..
... .;.,sire' lmOl'llDpuaab\eI1S. months> out CabaVy/He_ :;ems'to: ,,be .opposed' to Myers formerly, of Miami who went For1 instance, there are erl-f (EDITORIAL Norx.A'correspondent: us of mangotieei ate'feet;In diameter; '*? -'
w.vegetables
,""A'i' / Americans "means frim Little Biyer" wriWs Jtamarinda 'T
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: the T
;' oily -t e with i' coming into asking and 160 feet high,and nearly l.
xWi to Havana on the first trip of the Mas- grown near Miami. There I* tr "
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.noted 'that\.'many,of the better Cuba and developing the country with cotte after the blockade''stated that It apparently no vegetables grown on MxTKorotis why Little Biver .is not as large } e.t: he!aail .b ;fcafr-neverf I. '" .,
;:wereicgfwlde the expenditure'of''.their wealth. He credited In our.crop schedule with >sjl seen more healthy1ookln' fruit .tt
.e1aaof.ialde: _
$young
Prairie
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;;: cost him te a day:for plain meals when Alapattab The growers have 1r]
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'.1"' robab11"fI' 'feeL:: ..TJpQn,ino.nIry'we eaAseeno: ':good in a Spaniard or an ' different the vegetables being planted on Little trees than' un. '''f **- *'>"*** H o"f :J ;. -
<; 4 be first wentthere.: ;Daily the bill of postofflce addres el. At .
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ioeriC Bitter Prairie. An i ::
aroundopen D.Wtt.b'we<b. editorial item Id '" 51r
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leiroed'thit'theywui v fare was lowered.In price. Lemon ,City several growers are enumerated ( .: .hr'SlJe. .. ,. ?. *;r ;
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: On? thetrip,: ,, ire had our editorial columns eovers this cue, E
manycauel. over *
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16 .aa : ;: v I.* i i ,who have vegetable fields at Choice lots In )llami. :C&lb or.IDIta1J.. -r fo'j.l
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": furnished; ;with :a, fountain, paoioo-.Tobn': Dawley' New' York Taws has been some discussion Little Hirer, Biscayne,and.Ojua. This tot we refer our Little River ments. Address Box226Jacksonville. ""

1 .r': 'tttuary' sad! '-rioh' '.tropical' plants. who,:was; goingto-Havana to start an during,the put'ltwo.week.' as to bowi I compilation followed a complete write- readers. Our estimates were .made 1'11' :;-:0/: : I u.:4"cJit.T: : ---T,. . J iit

.:-r: F ft r'reeehlnl't.hIa: Information we English 'paper.' .He is,an. ,ultra ,nti- MxTEoroLis. should be ran,and i 'up of all the different sections. regardless upon'the' word of-the parties. the > t ,...: r'.t."t" -' -- !. .. J j,......

:..:., took +more' 'special;'i notice; and. discovUred : CAban'Hq- j; considers Hbe average several 'plans bate been suggested. of postofflce addresses. For exr time the canvass was made or- upon the \,... <' .r; r.fr it
ARBEfi
s 'majybaAdiowetnterior; gardens 3>uban no better'tbia' aD'QQtl.w.. He The have knowledge best evidence obtaID.ble.SaD; ':;.are "
:; '1 publishers ,some ample, D.R.Knight, whose postoffice ;
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states that:General,,Gomet b eSwitb' not: planting as DJucJt's they thought
,HI'fOua4tcSh..muaI Iwalls; of never of.the/newspaper businessyet they address Lemon ; ,
'r. ; City vegetables
:: l.11'la rf of th.'ftd4eDc. 1 him.over ISO:insurgents, -That are'not toO much;experienced to learn J t growing' on 'three different prairies., others'are planting, more ordifferently ., -r;; : : i tit

..; I\:: When'you look".upon',Havana' from tie wO faith ,Qoteiy:two 'years and something new? :We therefore suggest The same is the case with Jordan ,& than they thought to then,,Awhile PI .
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: .t t Fthe lei yon note that the jformation oft'tttbe knows1 'allthere, Is to know about the to those who may not,be.satisfied with ;I Spiyey of Lemon City. The postofflce others not expecting to plant) ;(eight ., ;-, t !' .. "-. iJ. "r ,'
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''l surface of the'country U low roll- (Insurgents. 'He'.t&t that' 'there were the manner in which the 'Mxraoroiis address. is given in the" schedule',in,order weeks agoare'puttingincPopEaCorosections ..' ...-ttJTr: rf :. :111
'. lily J cleared oC timber 1 Tbe never 'over ,4,000:;In" the, insurgent plan are;; made from week to,weekas .t -
fiillc Is that submit of
,:;.. ij ; ; operated they a that ,prospective settlers may be '*ite! .' It. -......
\. 1 commencing show.the ranks'atone' .time'.neS many of these operations? ,writing, their our attention js. called to errora or ; ../ ';: '
.tsll p1ire over own able :to: correspond with; the grower.We ; ... .
OEoissions.. Commission ] 4< :
fer.
"work of e 'declared'and are prod were-there forplupder J7'That the for In this men: and. ; t' >> '
; peace ; signatures publication. .
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are sending out large numbers ofsample f !
only good Cuban favors .iu utJOD.l tillzer men state to tbe' :Mtntorom .: .' 4. ...... ;; .:t"" .
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:; d.aiu&,their; crops of augar cane and way we' maybe able .to learn something copies,.numbers reaching i into t : :; -#+' :.. .... ;- .,
t", ,,.tobacco.'.' 'heTlelrli'tlnotlbiljatlaones : : Opposed him' Was a )young;;newspaper 'new. Remember, in submitting the thousands during the time that upon the whole the gross;? acreage One of the necesiities.cif. l pankl ..o-.t1.; , L, 11
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,\,: c,. 'The)hlUs'.tbjoWi op" beyond;tb< } manA.from: ,Chicago1;; spuunge your views of.bow newspaper should publishing this scbede If the,we post-are 1>i'not far 01l' Some ,say It Is a Jlt tie ,makes the barber ;.bop,!and,..nothing'.' ,i .

. . ; 4 clty jfar away:'"I InSftb: 'dtaitanoeNo. .on\, ,,the saDae, trlp.:;.*',This" be published"that'.you must make, 40 office was'cot given: the\work would be too high; others little too Jowly. In barber's man chair feel:than more rto at-t6oW toe thafi1everjthingja in t-;"}$f '-;it.. ? h z

-"', '';;great 'amount of native. fomt, }Is to befleeb young: : ,fellow".was of;'the*otbtt'ex- per cent on the Investment and cover useless, for, the intended some cases all information' hate' been >. : neat '.
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purpose
., k | ..: :Ton,wonder_bow colt; of_ JJTOj1' tzeme.r. ,'W.'t ou14 placei' but little/store every branch lof the; business;, There' source of 'information'for prospective deen\,denied us &y:the plabter. ?"insuch : '" .the work first-class said to work:.-, t.j
U by what be teS-fioD the fact that hi .. cases we have got estimate from I maD competent We rain odr .bop' "'. ,
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people,has room in narrow'.Tal-, kre-f our branches to be covered, all of settlers. art ...,
fOOO [ '. ' -' declared;most; [positively that h#':hit! whleb ''interwoven can neighbors. In'some'cases we have not on IU1.bo.lnftA.'prinefpla, ;
around the'west adt pf the bayespeciaUy ;are and not be n . iraterto the public is.generalsn: d" ;I't'-
/ when"the). .,booses, are nearly. purchased:-a\\l railroad ticket from Hivans separated" ;It is not necessary to state I F, .' been able to find the 'truckers'andhave ,, guarantee. work.i. ,, .',.
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";'" ':" .1 one.itory r..;,,;'" to,Nuevitas.and named the price what these different branches";are*,asa Tn: prospects fora fine crop of,vegetables been compelled to'resort. to estimates i ..
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..;",'" ''i N*' W 'D dc14 't_::tbi''Wvements'ofwafnyot : r of,the ticket I ;* As a matter of facttie person' !'having J ideas. to the man this winter were never 'better. from others. ,We havegiven:: ....,;l,: ,UP.TO TLBilBKR'sKoP.. . -:. ("It '
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...'1' ''T. : end of the railroad.from.Havana is"t know The late, rains,, which are somewhat. the. best we 'could get'and spent.five ' -r
,the'" were being torn agement of a newspaper' must $ 'A
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.": '.' up'and,,'Iarirforoel' of men, were en.rr -' Santa Clara,ito miles west of Havana: what ;they are. We are not swell- uncommon' inttbis section, have!'not .weeks', time. at the_work.c.. ',. F a'' ;$ LEl: -t: : -

.:r -, :.fftfed In/grading and.other woik:0i1rr. while there it 180 miles between Santa beaded,but are" willing to 'learn.EIfanyof'onr been Bufflcien extensive to cause,any Several! small al
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shipments of-vegeta .
Clara and Nnevltas without i railroad. troubleon the prairies and have been ., v jl
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;' ;goTeramentii g the:bills./- -- .-.- readers havejaluable ideas bles were. sent from Little .River this v+ 7r
if' * ***& engineer.atated that new xTber*'are going to be some hot i times lit the conduct of a'country newspa* very beneficial on the pine land. The A 'i Eslaljlfsliel ; ,-tlf r ',
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week. '
James Hubel first .
shipped the ******* .
v truckers all of tle lootJug ,.' .... ..._, 1
speak u > < t' ( -
." :. ,aewerage system wooldjt> ,Deoea.ry.to irithe old,town when the Oubaii.'berm' per; ere';Fi Iu,be, glad, to, make'them' ) crops, eggplant. This; will.be a';long 'sb iIp. '- "- ,

:;f;: drilnt} e.city Into the ocean 'instead to realize' that:the Spaniards are j K going known to'the public awe have taken' exceedingly, fine Some' small: ping ..season .'some truckers, are; still -f anf'Finel1oii. f\\ .e*' ":; '*t tQiiS*1'7... 1 I]

x- ':'t "oi into=thebarbor,acd''teat' litt: 'eD- tb bold down the civic offices 'until we occasion to make known our own; 'ot shipments ,of eggplants beans and planting seed 'and others "baver tomatoes ,.: .House oa lot fiOxis)feet,one block from- i>; 2-=""*..,' Htt, f
a have ) ; ;
},. ,trUce'to tai harbor"from.the'east wasffiT see fit to annex: the.. island,which ''will course if no one 'has Idea of a practical pepper already gone forward and 'almost ,: :. Bay,'on pated street; 49 : -*; .
K' returns have been realized. ripe. .. orange grapefnlt. flc,Unferlne;nan-, / '- .t.p.pan
,. r ; eeMfytbfiobdita d keep tt clean not be until, the average' CabiiE.Lai, kind in this UDe'w Jll ouJd be permitted good With .. aDd buaDa tress s tar.old,' ,q'}.- >.
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y Hi said)t would cost our governmentIromjieven learned, 'to 'know-'a: good: deal 7 more '. 'to; '. use',our;own Judgment; : another and a third ,.acceiaf l year '- veriJ ',Christmas JQlliflcations( are t .:lit..T1.Iu business CODd1UOL laawew''' abJS.s:? '. ;. gro-. :. 'j.: .xeeq ,", > y l,

.,' to ten'million;;: ,dollars:ip about liberty and government. :than_ he peace and not be'barrassed by.demands i .consecutively, the futureof this,.sec- on 1'ap and,OD the tapir The:;-former ;.with s |aoo,.stock. r'doiU. good, '.'e ff' ,..>:>*f

reltan,Havwii'w mad make It a modem; doe. 'BOW.' :' ... I that,we run it this, way,or pone other i iway. lion will have> been estab1 lI bed. n e f not be, mentioned. : :the,' ,willmake I of tnd' city,Brick rent store$30! .a Ib.U..l month; WIU euenr sell *; : :.'/;- **** -f|

afely:beailhcf: ItAcan never:U 'Cuba:will,become free' nit when ahebecomes .'. :We,shall:.have 'to .t.lck.to. our I .IF themselves beard. Among.,the ,bones. 'Title and,lot prl and Property rroeerr for U worth.J.tOQ; ., t- ,,'";*; -HS l.4Klb. .

-'made;more;;,than,.!moderaterr'bealthy: an'American Slate" ,:and, ::,thatinIj plan"'of jpperatlng the MitTioroiJs' until ! Tunx are more ways than one that latter is a dance- at' the, MacDonell' .,"...,''.a9.0oo.Other foU""MU..tAddreM( matters mat*. it". easaary4.. < QaMfe+. ,j', ::4i .x

;s .A: :wltti It. arrow.itreets- and naturally. be years. The conditions! of if the some one comes,forward with'a plan the truckers can be" benefited.by the Hotel Friday night,. a dance,at?the .- ,-: -' -\.l: . ...WI'z'l..t.... p yk-,,

r:-- ='Al"7. p .' people will greitiytmFrote, .nil er;our which'we-.cad. accept as a better one. perfection ofthe. Dade, County Horticultural ; Lemon City: Hall Monday night:and '" ,,. -" .'Ol.OX-84i :;t ",,::"' .. J

Many?of jtbs; ,baainets' booses, are mart.lall&w; education will I take;,the ':,. r *->'j("'" ;? j'Society, the first steps 'towards an ,entertainment for the x benefit oiLittle &":1.-1.1.' m ; l :'MIAMI,PLAft .i7; \' f

...." .el 3 tiuokd ;. coorta,and yoa' are place ignorance :to.,d!, large:extent ;,Ir is Christmas time.:* Sunda'lithe which' 'were. taken: some time Biver church at Lemon:,City -- .- : ;. .. .l

;; '''ayreubl7.ifrprtied:. to cote these aitie under our.tutilage.. The :Cuban full day upon:which'all: ,'Christaln peoples shoe. ,It is not too late yet to get up Hah Thursday evening, December' 2a. e NotleeforPablleatlon.Iurn -" .. ;, -. ''Ir

'.' .. :at adornment In"'an otherwise blood ia Caucasian and Can;; be taught are want'to do homage as thelbirtbdayoftheSavlorof ; i'itrongaorginizat ion'.if r- this year. 'i'. From the announcement of;:this'entertainment .. Orrica- ar Dee Gsi>.ber R ua.18II8.LLaFLA..,1 : r ::' '

: trot yes,kt otlye swiwnd ngs. to govern.: ;Both: the Spaniard. and' the mankind.,;In the north business... *'' 'r ';..: It will" be'-treat such to aye LNoUc '..
-l.W.: noticed' in the'early molrnlnj Cuban.will be'taught. how 'to'..govern' the:little ones- look for the advent of ;; = .. I" :' people,of Dade ..e.ldolD gel..:Tbe'per named setttec bas algid notice of Ids'tntMitioa,tof w ;" ,.,; .J r rink.'Aaal
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and oeeroei.1Jnt : Santa Claus In his wrippla l" ; ,< ,. , formance .will 'be g1YtD'lii "PeakSisters proof inaappon ot hitdaim: lad%:' >: c v
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r' 7.. white men asleep In, ,rightly "of ;fursand . 'j. +I. \\J ,. '..' ttataM: 'proof wOT bw made' f r!
'beore"-l"iJj.J
'J all.wort.I. ;of. postureaon.doorsteps The Cubans are so dark. ;;color'that his ,,pair of reindeer.' -In'this firs A., eJ tIta11roarar8: : to : Extravaganza Company,'!and 3.BUtiU, .a. Commissioner; atKlaal. .. \ ,\

:4'. f'' tbe business center of the city.;: tall bard ti3 distinguish id certain pr.: otblaDeJ.of'ouni the, tradition Is;a .r.CK 01fVl ,, .'.:Dec:16' 'W.J.inta'W ,refreshments will be served after the on.Janaary t8tb.i99ft; vts;.Wimim Geua.'or.-- 'f '

N vvpn the trip oyer'we were in company sons where'the pure 'Caucasian :leaves great.!deal the:'aame" although a lUiie Palm*B & &iitna.,,Fat'' -. Uuderdale. -.1- .show.. ': ..' ... Miami,>Fla,.,bom t eId,2217f.o: {hesonthr"' : i,.J' >, 7'
.Lemon City and Miami .
:'Y ':;;r'with John MoCollougb,late chief of policeof off'and the.negroid" ,begins.".There':is incongruous.:-o' In the merrymaking l of, ',,:Dii .8i:s-You"can advise the veg The,.I' card club'held its regular meeting -. out towaehip'84:quarter 50111k:of 8tdh lane-west' 41
,f {?: Kew York;:Rho,was going overtk no race distinction In the hotels:,or .bo the occasion the prime object is largely'' etable' growers:that to assist them in last --Saturday' night, .but''it 'was 'Be'DaIlIeS the,folowttwflaesset.toprov/hla .

i Havana u chief of police';and to sir tbeiteamboats.r; 'Take'note tom n Ighat lost. sight,of.. North Fwe'listen.: to,the securing labor to enable'them to mar- Sunday morning' when' some of, them continuous residence upon aDd cntttratloa of'' "' -' ..' ; .;

rt t ginhae,1ibe, ;' police 'of..the.city under ,the dock here'as the writer; has done merry jingle of:'the,,.' lelbeJ: ;\ !tOf ket the vegetable rate of crops.2 we will mate were! beard going! ,home: One of the uldlaDd.,11zr-' r| "" i-- >' r t
a- : mile tarn
passenger ceatapel': ,
GeaeralGreeaf' .' '_9b1et.KcOoUoDP I1aves11orotble on departurerof;' the;;steamer for Christmas" partiesell I : +bundled,,up per capita for this labor when In parties members says it.wa the-beet' meeting >' ',=.: .
-. :)-: ;lnanand.beigzteuleraltQl"thathe : Havana when there are Cabins aboard la heavy wrappiogi"psrtiei of from 12 of five or more, and that they cansecurether since formallyu of.'.the.club. ., 'Jt.Fisher'o: (':" i**)|* r. "-"":$"v' T- 'C@ ,!:i*

,:, ; i '\woold'restore.:order and verify oar:statement as to-, nee 20 snugly,ensconce':themselves in the : labor at any point; on/our I ''WQUim.%', no1d.or-' yilal*:*:" -r M....,JL ,r'fc

... r\I'ejHBjtf.ihe'chaos now reigning I as soon distinction.The .black African deep:,box of large,sleigh ,well''filled line:lOuth"'ol' Jacksonville,'and.when ; 4e411-1. 2'f' W.r'T G:ROBIN'. ONBedxer.H. '.' '. ; 10'

aiour into Jan- Cuban in the:same"- 'cabin '''u .the with'straw'and warm robes and drawn at_regular rates .- .CDTLEB. 4 : ; : '. !
'.' GL army_goal possession goe* from our,ticket agents to take receipts -' 'f' ; ;t / ; :
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-c' \T"lLottery:ticket* are'sold everywhere; ',One of,the peculiar r soclal'.conditionsof over:,the '.mootb'Do\r"roadl.blle:,; :: : this ,receipt'' to me, certify ing.that the surprise .bj asking.us to look at_a ccl-, .' JJ '. : : :r'Y ,

?-' :":/:":_w Idle=gambling ia conducted .openly Havana was.'made; o Doal"bl: gongs,appropriate to ttie occasion are fares thenv, paid I-will' covers'labortobe.naed.by: make ,voucher Jn_their section of fruits etc., which were to be } .. : -! '. .j '

.'. ''JLdvertisementa of cock and bolUfigbtsilat a passenger on the return trip a Span, Interspersed: .with. the merry,Jingle of favor for.'the :difference between:the :the:contents- of a."Cbrlstma*' boxM lot ::, r "" :

::. Bigli;acros*,UM,harbor to the east, lard and. a*leading practicing :pbysidan. the harmonious sleigh bells with which 'regular rate paid and 2 cents per.mile a<;friend, in Georgia.. The-display) \ ,. ,. ... ,..
: t., "":rare. to be seen freqaeaHf.tFbey are u .- 'He it+ateQ Ibat It was the height each*:eteed is weightedMang: happy per capita; This effective .during"the would have done credit to any:horticultural (.:+; < :1)

,. "ooromon: :as bone. aeeajlo oof country of his ambHfon to find ::a.concubine tc Christmas eies baT spent in this moatb.of 1899.; .:January. "''February. and I exhibition. We noted cocoanuts ' h .'t"Ji ,

: ';!>,The chief ttld tbisi:woaM atop at uric s ..ipport.bhD/ He Is'a married. :man. nerin. the Jong ago.In: this :away March";I'"ould.llke, tor. youth- give'r': .this:, in"",' ,':oranges, times i J non.b ,neoas, :- r :. r ytt ;

.21a=; nder:heavy paaaHy for, violsUon::of, Later an American officer:on"ship wh. southland' .'of 'hri bt. wsrm'ianshlnethe formation' much, publicity,as poIll.ble sapodillas, pawpaws,gnavaA,tomatoes, .>;. '11',Av'. :z, ,,
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:>' l. tbe law which would be esUbllshed."The ., bad been over to 'Havana many times merry Jingle of the :sleigh.beusgives 1 l Youartrniy,' ;; '- -- / snapf.beans, green corn, radahea.: p ' *" - V"i' 'I" "** .. Vp"funeral !! : . ,. .,

: *I@ ,:iDeo. ,of that the in 'Dest.I'bI.'sori'of wajr t i the noisy Erick of -.::J; V. BKCIWITJCv ,,. ,Director1 .t!
; ., 'Bayw"m: assured us man was e& > the fire - ", ''Traffio-Manager..;;' pers. ,Jamaica':/crrFl), ch new' Irish :. *" j?A,
... :U.taUi'' IIf.'I. aDd or> :. j ., T: I< .. J JL i.si >iN .r r* S
Spaniards' efackerthe' ;
7" 1"'i' aearly;. ,There ,.lived openly; whirr the skyrocketand .' potatoes,'pomeganates, and amoo : $ ' 'r'o''f'. '
'> :cc'. ;eeems to be a caste difference.between although tile man may have' :ji family the' beautiful light of the Boman : : .- -: '. local' cariosties orchids, abella,. .!:9tl1 and-r Embalm.! ....e Jlf[r 1Jt t' a\ : I!
a* \ el'DOu: social : candle'and other fireworks ; I Is t,; ''Notice. : 'T x t,1
,,3beCabtnand; the Spaniard.Fromjhytiolegical Itd a bar The :- It only y -1 sponge'flowers and maoy varieties of rrte:FINEST CASKETST>T -. (0- ",

%.: and, ..mental, 'peculiarities" ,same is tone of the opposite'Bex; a different- '-'way of':giving:,,demonstration =:A11 by-persons;removing found:fruit trespassing' trees in wood anyway tropical leaves.jMr. . '.!;. ,'EVER'BftOUGHTTO MIAMI.AA II; ;_r. r. ". 4

>. .'" .:;fte.'Spaniards_ are 'the. ruling class.:, Title same r. Spaniard stated that therewieagranddleplaythenight to t.b.toy..of the occasion,superiodoced 1: lock;or, Shooting on any of the grants; J. ... .' f elegant'Heanv 1I11I"t; : ,_

There'..airs;iomi' very.wealUiy.and In- :the U I :;prIwirily-becinse: on_tills,daycame. namely;Rebecca';Eagan, Polly Lewis, : E. Ingrabam_ writ_ b party of '.=: ,hero at-an early data. w ;jvx -. -:' !,; ., '; ;

!i 118'".people-among: ,:tbe(Cnbans.Spioiarda ; 8.:navy:comaienced! :the blockade o f lie/who said,."Peach.on.' earth; and ;Jonathan.Lewis, '.owned by--me, friends from Indiana,came 'dowD Jast'wHtand ., omen. ; 'HarrlorOui'. ::*0uorxo." ';';= ." .. Y'.1
be7, :areaot:_. ;Cuba yllw.ierolo Havana;: TbedllPJ&J-or: .searcblighu good.will to_man.!' :: '. 'from date of this notice, will be prosecuted "oYeI'.nfgbt'with' Mr; ,,- '- t. ' --"- '- 0'i::\ -.
to the full extent, of the,law. : 8. H. Richmond., He visited;several . ;:>- : .
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ti., '_ _,\ ...;..will. governvadertbe a*' .the fieet.approached(the' harbor The Itrntorpiu wishes t all i VMerry -'ar, ew.l: ); -- MIXT'BBICXXU. -'- -: .y" ', h;. : :
>> places [ion, the>< and:)the visitors 'd"' :; ; .
tftsti Cbristmu"oc = [ grant D..HJ HOW \
:: new regime rted under signaling< ....:; ... eee lIIan1al l Ja+*""thi.usr: .- The first night 20,000) volunteers from cording to the manner.of education', -- Chickens.-Sale: .' erpiress d themselves. as both surprised
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.',';-....::-&. nltedltutes. .' oficen._ told..the, 'writerih.rw , the city.,ewers in the :trenches and ...., -' -'-- - -* '* .*,..'! "; '?r',,' ,' About 160 choice:cbickens for breedIng and :pleased at the' rapid, growth: tof Agt. for'GEO. ALLISON; 5; .
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$.__' iu4 with' the remained 'th ri"for}': .24. hours: .Aftertbit :THK,MxTXorous wouldttte for the purposes,several. varieties; for sale fruit, trees found everywhere- m such WHOl8ALV 1; w "t,?,; Ih. \
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eorlt'ir.' l. bold ot were i at Boefer's Bakery;, next! to; Hotel floe condition l : : -._;OOMMiaaiON MSHOMAHtaV.r .. $d
Xr'ateAaetlitd cot ; the_ never reassembled during benefit> of, those:who,may not under- ; : D \ flit Wasbincton and 171 Beade altzl}Hew Yo'Xv ,
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The: t ;r; ir octpiM-_ ;,.: UT''ft.. lLilfbL the bl'v"kide'rom"vAinrst: atind1thst'tn'! 'making the-condensed | c> .......;" .. 'It..;: '.TJi. work of dn'Jni:; the w.ter:froJth'i - &krenceaIrttsgNationalbank.; . ;J:",. /t"

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We are now opening' up a large'}line of Bedroom Suits, Chairs, Tables, Rockers and ;Bedding ;; inn fact as largeV- : w r . ; fv


W \. l a line of FURNITURE as there"is' .in t State.., We respectfully YQuto'call and examine 'same., N'| -:>.:: ".. ';. -. : .*:.: .,


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"(', '\r New A. McGuire of St. Augustine, of J. G. Rellly who was the. contractor THENEV' The Lincoln a D nd1. i:, the chance of accidents or)injury. totfceV" '..

i Anthony Brothers firm of McGuire 4 :McDonald,'WAR for'the'mason' work on the Royal Palm \ GOLf LINKS The Lincoln{left the 1 ci&kat the ter- lowest The cars possible have apr six-wtieeftruek.- -"' fa-""iw *-:.r

t- Kdwla" Melton,ntroitore.J. the city Thursday looking after and Biacayne in 189fl, Is again in the mlnal'Sund.'lfgbf for: : her,,/first'Havana nished with Krnpp a steel-tired-wLelu, :'. .
..r. W.WfttMB,hardware. matters in connection with the to to Nassau where he .
city waiting
go and steel axles, all In tb
The trip. departure was.on. time pat up most
The
5\.f" 4. Jobs Bevel!*.Co.,shoes.ideal .. of the firm. will have charge of the mason work on East Coast Hotel System Purchases substantial manners The exterior'. of;':" ,
J Store, dry goods& 75 Acres for This and it was thought by-many: '.by'';thecareful
< the Colonial. Mr. Reilly has been in the can are painted the standard color _
.: Surprise Store dry T. Byington; returned a few days Connecticut since he left Miami nearlytwo Purpose.A manner in'which she proceeded of..the East Coast :Hallway being*a rdeeponngeand '
': O.H. Baulersoa bests. ,from New York, Philadelphia years ago. down the channel that she wonl4'l never ; make,'be. can,aosAV,:'

v Miami Cycle Co. Boston, where he was soliciting raved ]toad. Briaj Constructed to the Links. make the schedule, The,;Itea iir: J left attractive in every way*, .t \ .t?"

'' ," J.Miami H. CheathaM Drug Co.",,taQor.drags.Bnrdloe an advertising pamphlet to be dis : T.House, 83T Shermerhorn wanted. or farm.street State,:Brooklyn price., The East Coast Hotel' System has I her moorings; 'at,Havana. 'at 12: 0Tue" $- 11ooo00-and TIM: can will th t.,eat.'approzlmuely'contract' call foe:.;,:'

, Son dry among the truckers. lie re- N. Y. -I\, e 6-7-2t purchased of the Tuttle estate 75 acresof nay noon and &iat the dock:here, ,_at 4eeI'J'.bJ"J.nD&rJ! -v. -:.

r Bobbins ft Graham,real a successful trip. \ land on the Tuttle prairie; in that 4:fiO Wednesday; morning, 15 hours' and VV'V" -. -.- ._-. ...- **.V '-' ,,,, A'ir
t Up4o-Date: Barber Shop. When the Lake.Worth News wishesto section 80.minutes from docs to dock'giving \, ; !
used by the troops last summer Preeb SR-itCL.
line Tt Wa8RI'
and see,the handsomest of '
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pa and neckwear in the city. Going attack a positron tak n by it any of for?] a',parade ,ground, about,1&: miles an.honrand'so minutes to spare/be \ --Atttha il Presbyterian; .pavilion; a;ffi .

MlAMI'M NC the lowest prices in town.J. Miami newspaper and accuse west Of the city, limits. The links..will fore the departure the train The: ;
: SCHNKIDMAK extreme meanness it should. mentionthe consist of nine complete ones. There Lincoln will make the trip easily fri Sunday.evening:: there 'wiltbe: a:son
f. of the not..leave and praiseservice,gives"by thRebolfof ,,
name paper pnv from 14 il4 hour*within. two weeks. '
.. S. Dickenson an experienced are very few larger golf grounds! to

that cnarclu; The following .1 *
both under those who are
---- question by the, .than this 75 win On account of the sickness of all the. ', '
of Tarpon Springs, has ,in be country acres tbe-erwng', V-j -'- '
which
Charles Boat Is to may
ignorant as paper firemen both on the outward and 'inward '
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with L. Wolfe Just opened referred to. The MJCTEOPOLIS knows make. Work of preparing groundswill -:' 1tJ.X \e ,
-, Bros. drug itore'du trip, and their:\consequent. inability ..... ... .; '
'VolllDtarJ . .. Kn. :
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season a fine'and attractive line of curio which paper is referred. to, but many be commencedat, once. The pavement to keep up steam:.the trip was i':t. SoDI--.. ,.,,; Chotraad0oagngataes a tk-t,;;;; ;S.rr.Pra
4 \ others do not. : of 7th street which longer than otherwise ..would have !. .
and in the ; putdown .
specimens art of was ; -- '.
7 Mr. and Mn.O. )( been Several times steam run downto 40 ..........;....0b0I ....WQare.' , ,'it'....
lathe block Just received nice line of last summer to a point'near .the .. . .. .
deml Biscayne on a new t=I. ;;::-t'; :{;}: .K__Le6atirt* l"s'
55 while 125 is .
week each D. clothing, which wHf be closed out at western line of the city is being pounds, necessary to "
I get full speed butvf the steamer '. t7mo.y; .
land wheel actual cost price until after New. extended in a direct line westron the There will be no trouble'hereafter; r'1'iatheaI;;... ........__.l....,;.......QoCe.o- ... .' .
W.E. March has recleved a Years. J. ScnSiiDMAS. 7ie.Remar ,. ; ', < '"
section line, along the south side of the in making the schedule''between" Ha- : '801Ir JJ.:._;..;....:-.J;CIaOIr..CoD nen:IIO&: :. ..
The steamer Cocoa piano from the manu- Dr. g. Mills Fowler left on the 20th Wagner place. In all about; 1" milesof vans aDd1U.ml. making the trip from 1 Voei1, ..:.Uonu4.. ,. ..._.....,.. ,.,... .,
.. first trip from U :Mrs. March Is agent for Jacksonville to. Havana,' '.hours '1; ... u.............'.n_..... -J ". ",
for Philadelphia where he will undergo pavement will be to'reach many 11 In ...... '"'""
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,', few days. She ii ,fine" instrument. She has her : necessary ; shorter than by the war of Tampa.: .: .....ameo4iaoio-17ooaolsVa.,.......................Krt.G1IBd o.4. !: ":-
1. a surgical operation for a complicated the grounds. A force of about &60 ,men Passengers from Havana yla.Iaml; 11,. .j! : l-j''QaIr'; O .
the home of Mrs. !
unloading soon rooms at Burt j
chronic liver trouble'' from which is now at work under,W.:H...Weatberly will beln Jacksonville' hours before The;'old;curtainr on>>the east aide of:.}. .t'."""

t J. M. Graham and'r'J' : ,on in giving'tl1ltreet music where lessons..The she. i is he has been a sufferer for many years. onthfrpavement.whicbwill! be life ampa'roow.they' would leave- Tampa' \i-, ia'tbe-;'' the pavilion! .have been replaced by aWU i ,n .

.!. Monday on the The Doctor has realized the necessityof .wide. V ; ."* ones;thus;'makJc .Uld'p1aec.u coo- :-.

) west 'COU', where i Ideal Fertilizers made by Wil- this operation for a long time, but Golf is a popular pastime with'tourists 'e. ii 4 fortable, as'a' frame bulldlns ..."
fir Toomer the best and '
hauled oat and given : !1 In the-"market.are 'Specially adapted cheap- has Hazard been to a man hesitating of his age., knowing His many the, and has been oneof the sports' Cart for the Kew' Train. < *: x; .-\\y-\ \ : .. :ym !r- ... i '." : : ::

the soils,of Soutbern'Dade. friends here hope he may fully recover lacking, here*up to the'.present time. The following is a description of the jTancy'Pineapple Slips 4'Sudin"fsr'rt : :
N KissLillie Albury G..G. PHILLIPS; Agent; from tho operation and return home ., .- IS v hew cars being built.for the F. E.:'O.By. . ... 8&la.. '1' ' -;. 1.JrC\ .

', pr p alai young ladles. ft-6-tf Postofflpe Buhding.The' restored td. health.\ ; for new.speedy tr.lnto! be put .. Abbakas Egyptian t 'Qaeen)6oJdeaii!. -J'' -
) visiting Mr. and .. i\ \ S SOOTBElLIiBERnPLYCO. : .
pumps at the head of the 'pipe month ; < Porto Rico Smooth; '
The.Episcopal ehnrch has' ctfrninenced on-next y" / Queen C.J88n.; ;?;;'..f
at the Biscayne ? ,are!working .aatl r ctorI11.' A The built' 'and.Bed Span f Sb. .A \)lyao:.:,r. .' .
the Barney
.. .> the erection of a rectory on ... can are being by << :=:.c.
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of 75'pounds is the JiUJDOCXa.JiLu'ruJq.. ; !(
kept upon 4't" .
w Morning: 'pl'Qr. ; on the church lot on the corner of 10th The Name of. in A Smith/Car Company Dayton, '" r"Palm.Be&eb Pinery" .tA"--'t-

.. Holy;Communion < :.:'The-plpei' have been flushed street and Avei B. The church structure :- ; ...... thiiOitj a Neal 'Company' O. They are. marvels ',of' beauty j .. " \West, Palm Beach*Fla.A L. .,. "."-':... "'.. .
the debrii all cleaned out.. Here fifiato. .
and luxurious their' :.; \&l .J1. .. '
I.. 'day>t Triti )r : will be supplied 'wlth''windowl .-j '. are In appointments ; .. .l r',1 .7 .
n street 'the :Bet; r there is but little chance for com- will be ted The work the : They are to be ran'on the train 4a ;?> -'
,- ID and pal on BoecMSon to, the Lambsr'Daslwa.1thaLC. 'o. .J t.oi f' t. .
water
"ai.t the of from
: 'purity that is to be 'leaving.ackson.) ; "
inf. Mprovement of the property of the other Co. put on- large three story ,boose1'all eons
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water works.' onVoot'rby Mrs. 0.E. yUle at night, forming the '.link;with veniencescompletely.. will, oItt .
J church was set The above heading Is the name ot anew ; farnisbed s.j 1'.. ..:
'F.:Wi', Hahn who\ The iteamer Miami cleared for Nas Bogart of New York 'City winter company organized by 'Frank E.' 'be-.U1roulth 'service-' ,'Miami ;(and rent tor the.winter resposstble par, ,, ..:
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of 1.the, building .of I II with a cargo of brick and plumbers' tourist who took hold of the m.tterln Bond, Win. M.'Brown and L. C. Oliver thence by steamer to'HavanaV t: ties without small.;:children._ : For fur< $* 7l' :: J
church: has-,been :Sunday morning la'st. There earnest and donated liberally towardsit. Thecae areeighty.fee6long'oveiall l ; .then information address ,. z 7 i';, 5"
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work Dr. D. M. Burgess is taking care to d to the 'l mb t'\,; c supply ': '-i .I.arr JL.IDF: :i :'
ahead with the ; ; 1 ::0
about" SO.mechanics aboard who of the expense'ot painting prop. business of the L. C./Oltyer Cain The being seven or eight i feet'loogerf than ::6--1-4&. . The foundation have of;the work of :. the standard Pollman'cars/; ,Each : <7 .'- -
: ;'charge pre erty' new.company; Is organized with Frank car 1. r- .t r : :. .. # -
earpt ntcr$.\ : : the Royal Victoria for winter .. hw fonrteVn ; 1 + .r. "
sections it" .B '
c J; A. McDonald Informed the' MtTHOPOLI8 E; Bond,President,William M. rown, ,containing upperand . -- -
.' \ 'F. H.Waring: of ; ti"i d later on be.employed the before? his departure' for Secretarysdd L.:C.OliTerxTreasurer. ,lower berths,. ?with two.>private .;The:Biver View. aoteloppos1te ter=t .**|i' .
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the Colonial. J. A. rooms iu' with minatl statiod; ,containing '14.:large Sg..j. _
of each
lavatories.
who ;represents a ,, ; Nassau that all the cottages of; the and, i manager.f f/ _ j., car,supplied rooms,beaideiitebea) : .Fjor.J informal: II, "
.. t. i -'nmmect"01 i the : : : >oDald r was 'a passenger on the Fort Dallas Land Company' would be Mr.,Bond is'.of.:the '"Bond. LtQnber .. In either end of the cars ajrealso tlon. call an or. 4re81t.s.t. ., " ... ;:i: '

.1,... Mr.::Warlna; is !.. 'The.' .steamer is probably in furniehed'with; electric light; wires as Company'of Palatka the toilet rooms.I. The can ire.finished .- 00 1t_ p ".. : ) \:
-.:. : 'by ibis time l in white richlylnlaldwitb : +:r -w'- ,LEmon 'r 't.1 c";
East; Coast''service where :.she soon as the wiring ''of the city commenced The organization as a. corporation, mahogany, : ,\6.43...... ._ .( . City'.: 1' rA
rceive repairs and ,from all. L .. .. \..... .I:;:
,states that hereafter some return to and that those who' wished has not;as. yet been thoroughly l perfecfedpul'wlH woods quarters :o the i\.iZ; ::1: .mtt: .' ., 4"f;

., fag adyeztlsement_' ... ,i s i ; : _;ml' about',_ ." January 4'' .,.:.t, n. ... -... could have ;electric light:_ Mr;.Mo ,be In. a'feVdaysV/' ; "". globe.. TheWoodworkisaleoelegapUj"sbvdedprOdncingmoet.ibeautlfulX ; );.. ,....flew; for..UJe..--.A'1>C'1 1to: effects

: . J.-, *.,..''...l '' =>v -,', :-.;- />' 'tm : :' ',' .;,, OJ: that Donald there aI80'sbred'was no qeestion the tBorotis about the The'business1 the..of san the'flrm rlina"y:: w111'be"ooaducted I : .;L.\ ' >: -4 ,-.;, "' ''. 'ore... .- >..' r.... ..: .. ...., ;bo..t; 4V_..;.',;
.. f . erri. .. along; ; tla t.o| .r. ;. .. "_ r. '-;-''':; '-; 0:' -- ';, "!"'.t ,,' ,
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> installation of the 'for lighting
t. : city .
; the\LfCrOlijerjCompanyyn. ,lumber, The. main room in each'ear Is broken ._ _1-.110'\. of-w. !" if- '
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'In.1 ,For the present the electricity >: ;
; : lli' purposes. lia''', by; two open partitions,with: polished 'The: for-sate .i 'Rl:"'
iu MjeTxprousk.bas
buildea ,fertilizers > snp-v: <
::4'q will be sufficient from the! Royal ;: cja es, 'pilasters. surmounted ', with 'carved
t Palm plsnt.I -I fSpgrations etc.' ;The of the new' ply ofJegal blanks,printed,from dear;. A;:.;;'
: scope : company effect,to "
: ; gI.yln'"err pleasing'
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; \' .;. / } eapl face4,. ;rpe.poD! heavy,linen ..ledgerpapeKThestock : .f''v,
> :! /: : ) ,: r.or upon the'.new M. E. ,will be Rider and't6e! l business I largelyincreaeed'in : the interior of the'can; .'.Tb ;<:upholstering -: 'consists):of ,deeds;y '! '1

.: < church coraffir -<4 A7e.C.jndIjth: volume.! The"company: SJT is in olive green frieze plush'of mortgager,' quit claims;r lease "odns .. ..r }7-
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..... t of nig 1ng'ln.; ..; -,1.-' ., one* V the finest grade, the doors of; the ot.aale, etc. '.TheJ',Me sa- / r':
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.c"f . nliedjs a strong .; t > very tracts bins :; :
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for'which hasbeen
j,. ..,_ :j,: V' '-Jf- ... 1i- .' !\!'-'- .;:- : 'i1i," street, the foundation can being covered with hfaYJ'.Wittoocarpet perior in,paper to, the ordinary bianka. aX "
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. #' . : -/Ii i" 1s.: Thela>gfrJBaigbou8. jt.the side .of ,.. ;
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1 > .r. \ : ) built for nearl'ay"r. will begin of special design to.match .the and are.. :constructed'.especially'- for, ,J :.::.,
} , !'ft 4: t ; \ ) J in'the' early. part of January:' The the raUruadbetweeq'V fit Jfir.finish.. The"ceilings are 6f Miami'property"as well aa being otsbst. .'.'"
streets has been leased.. Thlsbuildiag Empirettelign.with, blended"colon legal'' formaireqnlred'inall.,tPeauao' 1.. : "'.
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original l plan9, which calledtora'etone ; r,1
.eJ" : ,t .J.G': :.n '. and' is 50x100 feet i size sod-hiu.a. -floor and gold ornaibCBt&tisn "jrjving ;:a,fin tIoD"6't': ; '" .. ,.oaf; .. "tt: ..
have been changed a : ; '
building, .
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r :r'1 : F8" ,lab that is l decidedly'beau.. _ _: !" A, -:
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; ; } frame building will be constructed 1 in, space of 20,000 square,feet./ The; ,stock The can are supplied with!'folr
'J.; : > stead. The general plans' seating of dressed lumber wilt.be.kept :under, enclosed vestibules built with, a' illout .trying' .',.trying: 1our.1rtom' .4.$5 ,:.f
; : ' rob in i the and I d H fail to get a' cool drink or a dJsfc !
: : : : capacity,etc., will remain the same aa bmiding which l ,will, alsobe posits steel and wood framing the '
; : ; : ? ; ,:, only change devoted'to'the stock,. 'of'cratesl, of ends of the can are furnished with ;an I,. ofJ i IBatCbu.OoarlJ'.JueD..bBargaiiisin !. !'eo ",-... .1
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f lathe original design rda'or Sunday. :
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; : u : practically beingfrom'stone Jo. ,framed; whlcbtbere' < Is-- now onhatint 20,000 the. .ahti-telescoping- device, ,, ,/-,thus,.reducing-.-" -- :-' ""'" . ; ."e- .'....- <*"i.!if a \'. .

;; . ,- ''- ', N.G., )When the Methodist people get.th. ,If fertilizers of which 'thereie\'on hand "
1 ,,' ., .' church building' completed.they will barrels :
400)( the.paper stock for the use '
: : : : : > : ): have a very neat' and modern church" Real ;.Es', :
t : ; :: ." 1-: $' home and one which will add another i of vegetabiund fruit shippers: .
; ornament .to.bur growing and 'pros*;1 jTbe building.is probablyone'of-: : . ...... :; ''. 1 ; S" ; .

:' :' < ; llatsShsr} G8ptS Furishings i >> '? perous city It is the hope 1 to;; have largest'.warehouse-' ;: in- .the.:'State. It t' f of: -!.!.1r.f' .t" '.-J_". .. 1 ) .;I-.l", ; ,J!

: ; theybuilding clear of debt when finished will bive'fire: protection the-shape'' ; \ '; :!': ::J: i.
and with that object In"view our ; i st" Lots one, two and four; Block E I:"sooth, city of. Miami. f
'i; ...: ( '/ : _: : : \ .t"f t>: : people*are being' asked to contributeto !of hydrants supplied,ffom..the; water ... ..... .. )' !
; :, ,\ --i ) .f \ Fronton. three.streets., .. : ; ; ,uf; !.1 5: : : 5 ..
:" :;,.; .:::..!" .r .. ..r.a w .) :--'- ,...., : .._ h : ...',.dpi.1ri 36. :: '. !- ,' t building.-fund,of.the society. wprks: at 'different; : place .:about':the, \ .f. -\ IS. 'ft ,..,

: : g O'o.. ., <' ;' ; .::... . . building.:;;.'Two:.watchmen- will be kept Lots 181T*' rnl\18,:Blocs J ;,.t9northelttofili l wni;,- ; .. .. =

: r'f': : ;; GUILTY OF CATTLE '8TEALINO.. forpightduty..: : ..rt..The >(. I.>"" '2'd'. .: lfi3teacb) ,.or $450 for the three,,:.! consider i =; J .- p r-::
; -- I. atrutur'ebae been Prbllcebe ... .
.. . : --. "& '- ,-- :just recovered \ I ow the prided'pcea.*-, '""""!" J1.1atb.; R> !>> '" h'"
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the 'CIrc1 1 com ', with asbestos, are proof'roofing .' - t.1 -4,; " .&, : ""
J II" Gad Bryan So round In $ .'' ; \ ; ; : T"/l '
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.. DeLand. .. paper.) ..,Jn all ,;;respects '.W b/a. post Sixteen acres close to Bar*ia southern.pai-t of Cocoanut -,y-,,, ,. .,
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i. :. : : .s. The following dispatqhfromJ; >eLand_ complete affair.. ' . r', GroveVettlemen, ;' :.Fronts. oil
1. : W3M1Burdifte&- 'jonf'for in ,the Times-Unioriv "and-Citizen.--ofTiiesday.may The'stock'of.lumber.which'has,' : ',.been t;$-: .t > a fine av curie running l to the Bay f,being-Lb. JjtecaiSx(' .- ', .. . ,,+.

: :' and may not .surprise our kept in the yard near 14th r street:;(east , 'ing to map otEwantoD"Ulgbta&Dd adjoins the plop- = ., "'"' .. ..

::{ readers' MrBryan'ts well known in ofAvenneDwill, : be //rembved. .:to,the ... -" erty of A.:A" ..'Boggs.-<< ,..';. ;,..-."..;.:;.'.-......Ahpricivn". ,' ';-.:?.. -:" ...... '.... :,,;:,
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'. this section,::; / new warehouse"and the'old yard,abandoned 'I 1 : ,y.
,- ...',: i'Tbe Jury in ,the' Gad ...Bryan'cbwstealing : v/ery soon.:'. :; r" ',.: -I Itth., Ten acres.fronting:on new paveToad;bait mile aortal?, *-:i'->(w :;

: -- -blow'hards but:will be In late on Saturdaynight'witha " . of city. -Go d1)laceforahome..ndpin..pp1es, . or fruit. *.,' J ..: fI'
T1 : ? case came. ; ,. . ... ..
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'-. ' > .jerdict', of;.guilty ;as a { '. .. Pr I ,,,,-...; ,-,;..." ."';..;.'.,,,,- ..,,,-.o.; "t., "..'l,1 C).'k'-,-; :.....,,;,. ;- '..
:; "' .f 0,: ,.,.Jpand., strictly":up-tp-date and:!: :honorable'in: l charged..'".This-! : ease has' excited much ;HEW; TELIrPHX CCMP BY ': .-h... .A \ .r'r": : '::, ,:::: \__ ,: :: ,t, ., '1 *
Intereat.and.was fought on evemioint V Fide Bay'Front Lot wltb..Riparf. 'rigbte just north -.. '\\. ', :'"
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:: . instance., :Nla treated j JiMtlf.diievex t 1f' all through:.:Mr. Frank Clark of Jacksonville ,..: 'vBtiil .o '
.' every J' \ sei'j , ,
well
limits $
0. appeared for the.State,assisted Cbirter' "Granted" : J-Mt!i+ by'::i-City of :city" !size:8BsasO.feet: : ; ; : encedyand y : : '
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. :', : | articlefrom'ilies1mallesi; :.to .the greatest, They by, Solicitor; Perklns.oandJudgeFowler i as' r Y : 'outingreat.vaHetyoflhrubber and .fruit;trees;well, Vss ,-'- tiY .
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. conducted j>y Judge Palmer of Orlando; ,council';,last) night. .there"--'wasgran -ITT tftfh :; ;
: :' ; :bai;: and;then:self you J tile I'rest:of the bill.'at; assisted t)y.Mr.;.Stark:.Marsh of. :De.. ted);,to;.J,1t., :Dewey;-Jame] *;;Saiikder ,. .. Lot,* of-sectional' : :4"f..tii-h i4t;of,aectibn'14rin,. .-, . .

';:. .:. . one .iuDdred! : ..per: ent ;prpfiiEverything, ; js. intelligent Land.The'jury) one..Friday was an exceptionally and: Sat rdtl .'arid;,y.'1'.J oral.charter:.torthe'. '! Ulll:'*'''' Township 60:8fofB.Wr5E;: : ; .inbsolisplendid'tiforvegetableaf; ,containing 111: acres; good'"" i'-"''.:.". !. }.,,' ,
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'dealeri\'should.. = were used In taking tbe:evidence, and operation t a telephone,system in,the :quality,'JaDd'el&l| J ; .
? } priced ;as JQny.repq| ble.: until etcJ-: : .:..Vii .|*ai1 ore $- :t''j' ,1
_. the case::.dldpotgo: to the jury: city of Miami.,'These gentlemen state i\ bananas, Priceipnly.ii.>; >* :

>'__ :;, ' sell i! ;*:and, taking J she: stock. : through;:you(:will;: after out a-9 little o'clock.:over at;night an bon;;: The;: and jury stood.was'5. .they'bive'. : plelatyj.bf"? :mover ,back:-.of fi", 'We own or control these'lands ourselves.:. rT e"abote'prices!.are'for s.'/ % .." :. ":,,? ....

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;';; '. special: '.;ofr.. :: "-.' ,VfeV, .. : :> \ leas than two and not over\\five years' \with,the.:purpose intiew; of .extending t-. _> 'e-7.4t: a '_ ,. .--y Y. -- h ., ;fh.' :. .lu. .J'LA'.. : '{ .F k ...:-
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:- Christmas at'the';r ;.Catholic: '.Chnrch.; For';:-the: preael f/the'Une-wUl; be'eztended

custom Shoes : to..Coeoanut'Grore: and Lemon .F }f "fc
Eigh-q1ass The.Christmaa! trtse forsithe: Sunday- -
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Saturday evening,' The'children, will! hot yet been settled upon.' Work> n'po

t. \ ( : ;>:for'Ge ta'" Ladies. and; :Children! .. :They'also ,: ;:. sing and recite some very appropriate'pretty Christmas\) ea. ..carols_.;, .the City"constrnctlon and Cocoannt of Grove'the line will to be Lemon commencedit -l Groc'eries Grain Hij:and Garden Seed.j

'. r ; .. '.cl the.dieaper grades.1 but? 'n..2.ap er sole ;7:: ",. i;'! :-At: midnight will'/ mmeh'' ?fthe' once, even'beforethi. ;:stockcompanyjs rr ,, --U I,)' "" i- ,
reedy eommeace"bust-
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< to.asCni Christmas.laSs; ::daring .which' the j ;
| moderate hingly low '
2 1ind: :iprices are" ?; ; ; :' oessassucbv l- '
': .- : choir 'will Trender;::some"'very choice .. I ANENT FOB3fAPES'; FEBTIL12gP2.-: :' >-i
1r, : "# *Gall oiivtbem ; they":will 'p roteclAypurlnterjeslywell : : '-1 l.;. mu'sfc. f ,and :hymns! :appropriate to the :The" price :of telephone service for' .

,.L' ;- Advance: heirtiwn.f ,' ,:.: iJ ;, occasions; particularly'' ;the .*'AdisteFideles" business, ;purposes; \Cwii_ It.. probably: / be .' tWe call the attention or the people of Bay Blaceyiui M our stack of Staple- A- . f_,:
: \ ag' ... '; .,.. ', -, . ". .,- %i. ,' at ISO ;;It is *3 and Faney Groceries,Trait and Toot Product of allUndr-aliooBritot- fifroi ,
r;. a. '.' -...., ; '. . ; -.: andAdamd'OHoly; Night; placed per year. probable ; Grmin. Bay Bran Cotton Seed Meal.Ground rood end WoeaU ?\
t'1., ,J.ours to please. "t E'.f'Jbodlwelcomei: ,- "." that there,\will not be much'money.inthe.'businesa'at 'We'an'then y boot* on Bay Bien yne deallnr eTdiatTelT h>the eoove*"** \r j. -** '
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offlciattug.
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serving and moral of all the aborigines I '" '.. +=.* \. -... .. -. ...t ...'-I. :-r,1. ..,. ; ;'; \.'
SBMINOLE. )
ifORvTBE and probably to young French people WOMAN'S WORLD.A -"" '
I of America. Are they not Worth pre- : '_c
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." tF serrfngt protecting and educating to.a "The great rival California U Spain French writer attribute the grace ; :' :

e: "'":'Letter i .from: innieA' point worthy the proud I and historic and the almond. of Tarragora are imported I of Spanish women to the fact that '

Xoore-Wilhon. : name of-Seminole? to New York in vast qnantitie I many of.them an taught fencing- \Jr {

"'g, i -..: "'4 .1 It is a pleasing fact that however indifferent The common shelled almonds come direct Mrs. Magdalene Thorseven,the stepmother '
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.." :< A or adverse a man .may be to'tbe from Italy and through London of Mrs., Ibsen, say that the au : ,
.and Citizen:. .. Indian in if he from the valley of the Jordan. Theexporters thor's wile i I. passionately fond of literature -
subject general
l em::otthe Florida Semiihr in Palestine, however, have and ha* exerted a great influence 41 . r T
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t it. aolotlon. Within present not acquired the art which the Califor- over him. I
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,._.ands.the question. mast Florida Indians, or makeastudfof nians have picked up from the'Span. _The. czar baa appointed the dowager : "
their conditions be becomes lard of their boxes beautiful
n the'national-and State ; soon making empress of Russia honorary colonel of l.; ._ .J
not only friendly' but eager to see Justice with gaudily-colored lithographs and the _
1i 11 sand tie answer will Percyaslav regiment of dragoon., < . '"
i previous meted. out to them. In,the personof their boxes are merely plafn substantial of which Emperor Alexander HL wa* :.
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1 receptacle*-nothing1 more.
t epn'tueh- .feelingof In- ,United States Indian Inspector, )(r. "The hazel nuts, of which every boy colonel in chief. FROMliRU&. .
A. J. Duncan (whoJs a brother-in-law There' was lately graduated from .. '
Vympathy for these wardsDdthlblthe'United and girl is so fond are largely > .
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.I ( ';'Statest to President M Klnle1),tbe Seminoles throughout the United State Notwithstanding Grafton an Episcopalian girls'school .. ... .
in ., Miss Lois .
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has Fond du Lac, ; . : : (
have warm friend. Mr. Duncan the fact most of ;these
:: i ndj'(: :Individuals, as at them 'been' much in' the Everglades during I nuts we eat are imported from Barcelona Minnie Cornelius, an Oneida Indian,, t l: 'Tl.-JI' . . t
egreateat'need'of"p.to who is a direct descendant of a long ""Ir' ..lb.. "
and the ar : ;
: da jj: homes:: ds the' past year, locating lands for the England. During past line of chiefs her .. r t) d .. .
;ia# !Ja year 160,000 bushels were imported grandfather having ..: 11"; ;I:' JIt' .( ,;'; ,
Indians, and has. bad an opportunity ., .. .. ,
call theirown.di been the celebrated Skenandore. 11-! '"
can legally. from the former place. -
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Indl&1IJ"iui.be"ioC tn-; to study the home life of this. people. "Nearly all the dried figs that are It is estimated that there are nearly I They carry a complete line of everythingre :; jy'/ .ti T. : ; ., .

-' Of tbe Seminoles he says: in small and displayed :.oooooo slf-supportlng women in the d for the Christmas trade including ', '
iak'enopenelonnotg. = veinii put up boxes ulr :,. ::.< : 1l:.. ;;
find '"They are peaceable, Jaw-abiding everywhere for sale in the United States United States. Almost every branch '.. :. ....f.-... : '- .:
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and Great Britain are exported from of work known has been taken up by '1 : ..... ; :
and moral. Under the strongest 1 ts. ;
provocation
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refrained from doing 1.
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: ;: ::>8),'in accordance violence.. Morally consideredthey They are pat up in tins and their sale er* to have acquired skill and abilityin : ; ; :." f

ttractioQs'of.the President are farm In advance of many white communities , will be very large during the wioter.I ."- the practice of thelr"Tuiousc&1lingL Fancy GooUJT. 1

ted States: ; ,*'and signed! "Bjrionel' whlch a.t.of. their. ,civilization. I{'Washington Star. On one occasion when Mr*. Glad- :, : J "- .:O" s.

Worth. B.Cooper, A. Their physical perfection is rejnarkabie stone gave a dance the guest were ,i ;.-'f' L<; ..'t.- ... :e' --', -lT1o"Ff" &!' -
Tit itam'plng'them to notice the evening "
** : undoubtedly surprised as
&, f&. '0 as superior 'to anyother' Indiana in BOAT FOR NAVAL RESERVES. went oa that the masculine, at all OF EVERY DESCRIPTION;: if.l ; t r 1. r Jf/ftf/ I ;. ;;;

Jptfng.'! grounds will soon be North:America. events, the bachelor-portion of the .. f. : .. : ; : . ::; ..
Ddtb ;game destroyed. ullaela Mu t. Get Sate Cu ertesYMkt community'wa conspicuous by its ab

'1 t0,:tb e'|:Secretary of tbe So,to-day, it' (would make amends Trdle. .r.e..ly Owed sence. "Oh dear!" exclaimed Mrs. Alburns : \

;report*:within the. next five toe tt e"p& ,"we should'treat the proud .y 1.ut.rtdaaaa.. Gladstone, "I quite forgot to'send out ToiletxSets '''''' '' -'" .

e djansjn.ast begin to sup- Seminole as human,'beings, deserving the men'. Invitations; they are all in a- i 1 / :"
"., lies 'other the pr.oteetionor.Ame lcaD law, and The converted yacht Frolic, formerly bag under the sofa" --r ..
pi rea'toY 8M"OKING' .
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llOme the property of Senator Mark A, SETS1. .: :::'t =
tbech i:;TbaaSeminolelent secure to them lands on which they. Hanna, will be- brought to Cbicagi .*! . ": '._'- ::1C'1' .;- -\.. .
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is ambitious. feel a safety. The old pledge 'T. ... '' ...- .WJ't: ,1
;he ,Dur- may from Norfolk, Ya. to be used as i In his recollection of "Robert E. Lee fl' Ji' ." f. '" i'( "t.1- .

::1aK, visit Chief: Tom Tiger made in 1848 to.'General' Worth, in training ship by the Illinois naval re a. a College President" S. D. McCormick Glove and Handkerchief axes .' ;" .1' / .

'nee- =:he expressed UMigreat- which they.agreed .to "confine, themselves tervea. She ia a floe, fast boat o cites the following instance' of .t' "
"'" to certaIn' limits and''abstain modern construction and carries tw y.A ,., f..4 .5 N !a i' F '
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the, news of the quieth'Umol' thedt.ti.ogu.iahedllOuthem t
'-" iilarly With'reference.to the from all aggression upon their white mast She was built at Cleveland' a' general: He wa an Episcopalian Mirrors Jewel'Gases;< ";
p ba been' inviolate a cost of about ,",000, and aftrt church. den.Pen- i ;4 '
the :shipe'tbe; ..showedJnVtbe neighbors, kept a netrymanofGrace .
I' "big kl\ .
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been used her fivi ...
having by owner I chief of A. \ .1"'
,' "Tarioos .od.1O :tearful fare; they .of violating dleton, his former artillery wa J '
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this that when tbe white land year was sold to the'government sthe rector, and Gen. Smith superintendentof WORK BOXES FAN BOXES : :i': 1 rf. :
I'I f ihe section:asked for seeds, pledge breaking but of the war wit was ., ; r ;

55 'trHi t '-with"which?to caiticlearingy cr b1M:c comes:along-- they. quietly and Spain last spring. A generally accepted also the a Virginia vestryman military The latter Institute:.was, not ,'t I'r."Vft' ,... .. { ..,tit'.I ?:;::41:: -- _

J irac Peaches silently, oj /, leaving their! ;i welt estimate. of the Uncli
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on agreeable term*.with the rector,and -
js-WtruIt', 'to':.him,and:he-liked ,tilled. clearing to the- covetous. .. .. white.<- .' Sam paid for the.. Frolic places it a- complained to the officer of tbechurch Collar and Cuff: ,B&xes .: :::;}#tf.

M'/Cgood t f.) and; quietly) placed .;.;It;;muet.toneh-tlie, stoutest heart.tb. ,$11. ,000. \ that toe, cadets, among them hi* own : ,

ln T'his 7pouch,to plant at his hear the Seminole'anl"er: to the. When GOT. Tanner wa Washington eon, were deserti: n-g the church of their MANIGMRE'SiLTSirBrush : ? *:: V .t'f4' #t :!1Ii;: :, '
tlaioe D recently h* visited the nary departme'nt fathers and that no persuasion;; eou1dkeep' I 1 t-lf :., '
rf ;Large>wWteBer! ; the question r:*What will the Indians '' for the of securinj Pratt'sohnrch' .
purpose them Dr.
\wen'* revelation to him, do when+the;white'.men.take all. your from attending :
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.- I one of .the .eo nrted iaehta for th (Preibyterlanj.. The doctor ; tf.t1t
.... : somVaeed to be'sent to uodititer the Okeechobee?" With benefit of the Illinois, reserve*. Secretary had a very beautiful daughter Grace and Comb"Ssts; J :

: "'growidYtlpneaibydl downcast face, softlyreplies; : "In Long.'promised him the Wasp and while Gen. Smith was pushing his -' (..t .&It.- c' 'v .

admiration i ;and be.said, dian no fight; Indian.no f kill;. Indian which i*a larger boa ha;the Frolic ob objections. the rector,Gen.! Lee, with 't> .; .. .".1.,, -: :):;'! ; "

fsoae-make tobacco grow.ting.act. .", go." !The told."!::pledgeto: the' gallant; but after_the Wasp Bad,been strippet 1 .a twinkle .Jn hie e,.,'said to Smith Box Papers, Pocket Backs: ,. Souvenir . -.-.. '.i': ..J __ .

t ot his!MfjandDple !f. w'or'th Is held sacred:by.ther.descend: of her armament and relieved of ever' "General, possibly the magnet, which and Fine besides < = =-
' .; were.learned during i of water and tbe Welland canal veil eloquence .as the doctor's thousands of other articles 'useful and : '
: >l'Dadngbia I tbeencebls for.this l i arid o'tbe: .palm;this! land of"nnj'akies , :\ ; : ,. \'; ir : .
.. =; :anly accommodate vessel having r Grace. It 1* said the point silenced ,
+ here iv tabotato = tbe and laughing;/water, ornamental.. :t..* Ji..t.; : t: .. 1 .
ickanIDni : :, draught of nine feet orJelL Theofil QOIU.Smith. Ouitlbok; !. fX:. =, ...+. !
and corn and'oir- tba they/would'prefer'death to exile.: dials at the claim }'" ; ..- .S" '
l* patch navy .departmentj .' Buy Christmas Goods earl ;an l:. .7 ': .t
"5 hogt- urelj Rorthltributg" It is the belief of tb e'wboknow these however, that the Frolic is better suited -A San Francisco millionaire was your l .J -# .

55 tielife.!'Maayof4be'older Indians Weil"ihitatFtalled'upon: ; :: to for ,training' 'purposes.' |Bbe ,ii sentenced on his second conviction to get tfirstchoice at. .. ; '. :e., "' f c ;. :", :- .: ;-

iare a nbltibna ibat the children choose}betwdenemsgn]l t.lo. and death*, faster, bas- a draught of about '1/ 24 hour Imprisonment,for'spitting In .t ; ] ,' '
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' feet. is built' graceful the SUM *. 'TOW'NL'EV Bg'bs 1
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eeive:book learning' i and'takjnpoalUon they would,answer:.as:did: Micano pyr) -_ .
; K "Kill; me'here then :kill Department.offlcial; say she ii one b: Why He MB U... ... .' -
:' ,flai"11f : ;Of"tltile ; me qujckly.7 'handsomest boat that>longe "I wish' when yoir bring -"I j T : #!"'*.... .I: -*'.'">*' r..j' 4wfciSi' :;
.1 soup you '
pride of.Die.fstber'a I : beart: ,*iTbe.p.ramodoigoattoa'ot. 'the hofliDemands to the mosquito fleet.GOT. .. would keep your thumb out of it," aid Regis ter u-.s uarmacltsBiscayne ,:.t ,. .r'p *; *tc&>: i/;:

t Tom said:: ;' By.aodti'LIttleMotors i ;:that tbeaobject'of homes fob Tanner 'ha. been Dot fled ,t< Mr.\ Fastidious to Sam Johnalng;;.'a ol- Hotel 'Ave D..d12'b-f.a..t.: 1 '' ''i''r--"f''b. ,
"' : letters read Seminoles\ .". 'Let then; y send three officers and men Blkt cor. ', : : ; ; *..l .. : : 4
; ;makes ;; the be n ns; a 20 ;lto>Norfolk ored waf ter. ,% -.. ,.,- v -* *> * *t. r. "
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-> ;ao irriteold; ... Fl6rldlani' : .' ,for the '"Don't I ' .. '..". .... .,.,', :- i : y.:
xe -too tivfe ,;band'.toxether.takin;. Fto1 oe> The navy department worry, boss. My fume all ; I\ '."'"1" r.td: '," ." "' ''.l'' ",
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../. .itH:i tiger,.wriU;, i MpCsoiner . ctetD'; :lending! 'if6toewbicb: }wit, : ,,';will' furnish a.commander right. De soup's cold as er dbrg'a nose . -__ "f'''t- .:,6 ; r1 14;.... .t.' rt :t
.... ::-. -)" _'' -.Jl... these red childrenof 1 the forest; navigator and engineer. to see thattht in Janhywerry replied Sam, with a It t, .. "' : :., 1 ." . .: .,.. ;; ,..... ;. \ .
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r; IIt7 tbeo,cbefjoided!: ; the ?bomesAnianhood: :,1and'freedom\ ; We i, ,J ourney:
iopj'iucif1rlth. ; a ipelllngbook, owe it to the faieireand; ;honor of RBMOVtOSTAINS. 'I ,. r ,. .,,' "t4- ; .:.... { \ ... ;.: .. '
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S. toe, s mID01 'ideal in lltera:, sunnyT8taite7 i : JUaylwe; -not 'hope t .; I ;-- iII( .' -f' ; ,

-d it with"his other-'trinket thatItliriltbVing"1tiyIbUs8lng; ) ?' >nd 'Paint-Turpentln' *f r'coarse goods' :: <" ,t :I '.'U ur'tJ : i .

;ittt t.to"t'hl: ': MJinBg',;Wpbttbei'e"taot :J be'followl' 1 by bsimy:days.'soft.\windsInd'.wirni benzine. :or naphtha foe fine. > { ;:. .i '

f' .. _:, ;;.hop; 0!;their! :;'riinsxFith' henry! crops :J'rult.Rub with. .a solution;of oxalic Pl; .' : : : : : : '

rand!.-,bright Vfoiure";for taiplentyandpiaperiiyr. &, : -_; add*and rinse. Ui warm{water., ; : : \
' taaat : Ink. la ,rub with/ : ; ti:; '
,." roe trbe: ? 1I ; ;'Is'not'! thli''remnant'_ of i.1 I.lI.pee .1. -f-Dip i :boiling water : :
aorrel'andrlnse well,
ilts of ;
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<;ii,>:eel l I, a,tDe-:1: briwes. cuted;people,as viortbyotrconsiderstion ,Gra.-U; fresh. 'urin.e ile 6' : : : : '
tiegi3't.aeetirti'stnoney. ; -and ;,//as[the...oppressed: Cubinor'th; S . : and rinae' ( 188L) ,. : : ..
a"l1e water '
r 1&tat;or'aattopaLagtnernItpproprfate"moae nalf.naked.Filipino-: if; x .roughiy, "'I' v ,CHAS., PEACOCK, .&'. SON, a' fc ?.. ferSV:t1 1 ;+ p.4i- -;", ,J,," 'f *jk-, *V.a.r
Vvr-f-Ty1
;: ice:rte Then;,jrhile there ia , aD td \Coffee Lay thestained'portion of ) I iJg A 'tr .cs RtR,.
PROPRIETORS.I : < l te B P SM S F bk : \
_-.hDeI'.ut these: Indians.i; to 't : ; : .
pare the waterjJBTeTgltdea l ; let: thetetect1oli.be'ap the: cloth'our a bowl:and .pour'. boilIng GRO' \

S' ;may.b(-t t for an' judo.- e and wise;and;'thus1settle" water:through it.-1. '- CocoanntGroYe Da4e' ntJ .. ' .. 'i> t :
felon u f barfed : ::3: ;
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: ; jnitigce .the estlon'ln.t.jpjt;J ind ChrU'! J Blobd.Sbak in;scold--water. For ) < . :
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);IaOewort for thejTrom 1'1oridb. to natlonargoTern--, paste of starch; and water:;.leave till '- ' or". '' 't:: : ** r"J.!? "is " rf' ..<, ( .....
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5>'iqualU''ase fnt.ocooie find. ment: liuuhx :iMooM WiLLsoir.:; ] dl'J/and.brush; off. t.J. ,a Located on the Shore of BIscayu Bar. j.. < .. 'r We ar -catering to tbe'trict..Ei"of: Ithe Jarmets ..j&fy %&:'z*.::; 4f* f.

y, .enthen._ ;: .-::w''a&:i putifoBaece -- 'tKUsimmee;:Fis.December/1898;; :? .:tScorch..-Dip in:soapsndeandiay: in The.--Paradise. Sportsmen and Yachtsmen. / !- South Dade County. We'''are selling tKe'; Best '';>' "' '- -,rtt '. p '1
t ... -_. -7 I muff.. fibers are not much Injured,dip! : .. ,
e<- '* ; and Headquarters ot.the"Biscayne < . . ?. ,
: iatbeflied .1 !' :'j->' .-t *..J ,*. :t Ji solution . . . ... .. .. .... '...i.,... :" :
> y. tedlrin'iatnrated T. Staple . . .. ..... . ..... . .. . .-.,. << ,. .f ., ,
<-, brown-faced people i NUTS_ FOR THE .H OLID:' :AYS. j i borax and rinse::'' + Bay'Yacht:.".Club..Are .-- ':! .: ". ; il. < -- r< 4.:\a.X.'

;'aatiaeloocTertitocivnaged: : :Mildew-Wetth'toipsndi-i; lay In' .\ ; '" } tft :1 R..4.'d B--l ;'....'. .' _
', The DtBta..PromlMa to"Be Gvcater''! : ': r\:'" .' ' -J 'Ji tt '.1 1 jy.,-1'i-: '" r"; r
i Christianityaxon ;; *&* |!"; *"Asa;bier -!1'1liwYear.' ; : 4 tun ;..p ea l'with piste' of soft soap G'V=ST .. '- ;;
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and higher in the scale greater -thia 'year" tian: :before, / buttermilk and suns' : r . ', .;:. ,:; : } ;
Higher. ,; : ever Comforts. of t Home.. I -I ....} 1.. ,' .,;" -
tttvilixatoD: aid a'\vTchole ale:dealer Inoch"'prodnee ; -1 'Orea.e..Kolabn prosperity; and ; ? .. r ... ,,:! ::11 :% l; 't
i doing it u thecongneror4ofpeoplea : ,Jni NewjjrorkH; ... "V' ,,' .r :'Ii\'t'-\' ... \. ,... ,.' -
Star.. '"Sales are'it present very.large;1' ;and iron dry; If silk,'use chloroform to : .1\ ....: . Fii".0 l:".,.tt"i ,>- J': ..':....-.. ,-' .
[ people whom the j 'color ndFrench' "a$2.o6Jabd upwards... Gro - "' ,.. . } ; .
and'heavy'shipmen'ta of from/10,000 to, restore ; or coyer,with po"'d enesr : : : .
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2 term':found Jlifing(jn par- .1 ,000,.bag .or.cues"ot; anta'from': allparta ': chalk aDc11ron.ood.. .. . Housekeeping' -. ',' >Special Terrai'per week.- ... ". I .-, " ";. ._ ;!tt.:1! ,. : ;J.If: ;. .J.,..
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aagnifleenc*and M*. plea!: thewoild4rearriving< '! : .. ..4.*'. *"' . .-,. 1 ''' : f1i" ,.; Jf' J'f"....
-'- cf : 1 In this -. ,. .' a J. :. \ ;(ii J. :; ; "': ". ..'1I t'' '. ;'I'!i-'. of. si
:; luznriei.:or>> .ol( city; nearly every. day!'. Nowadays! anti. :'A\N'; S. I. J. r ; : ;
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--: '. ..: 'trcbilec tfralwonBlmpres :; -! constitute the Chxisinia Just festivities as prominent America a part'aa in'':,: .\'.TSEaFEXININEOBSERVER.-;*- > i &' ._. v. ? :- ,5-: 'IlL .. .: r"..;...-..., 't. : t"W.:1aDufaeton.a1I. : -- '-. ;i; .'Jhat the trade ca !ies.c Wevlfmlkf! |ofpfcef| |'i j,:;; ;Vi:*:. J l
of
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< 'The soldier boy doll has quit*driventhe ,, ' '' uL6n' large orders thatjmusfbnnfgybu: : tradevif f.JL\-\ -t" _
-''- '-:,' feH ,before:.ihe cruet'and they do in Scotland ou.Halloween ;The. kindesnd uses ot : you ; ; / -<

.' : '.not'eMe" most atin;whose,bigotry left hess flTthe walnnVand $lalm they The.secret true7happines i.,.to "". .J
many
?pictorial, ::historical ;''iand! are;the.sweetest.nut,grown. Formerly ., h : lee:want when we want it. : ;:rOJp! Sl' e - *. .'. l lr

records of ibis great:emyetl&is these.nnta""came\,almost.; tire>y frnm 'TU'w person thocongIjat'yoxme ; ,.. : : :<; .J J*' "
: I ;people; horned>> ;,randM'by Bordeaux, but the:French"nut la now 'nt them to permit you to sham% ." f.t' i :-" ** -\ if "--: 5-1

.Li'-' ;; the.white C&TaUetr;lie ipt-vtbtb:,;; :veryVpoor article" Whep' poo. 'their heads.Friendship .' '. i .F-:..!....._.if.:....Tails." Save! J I Moneyc. r >. 'i ,;:"'-"t.r t.
lace: :described by Columbosto opened.the k.md..UkeJyto be found :costa'a: pod'dealmore '" .. >; .
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his Queen>:"They ire shmnken.jnfitbe'eben:;: and.1he meat isdry.iii&ofiaInferiorquality than.i the t"o-een.tamps on letters : f..t .t, -r.; ..
,".UP'Oolambna"but, : ooivages finest;; walnntscomefrosnNaples'They: ;': .The.' -between"At-the.time- the separated of life when;_, r U l;< 'Gi.. :Dfl1S! a SOL. . ,: .".'"" ..,, ;', 'J I l ''I :. .., <-t.',,'.; ..,....,H.. .1'1'.- :'. ..f'.-_:;;,'., woman
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-gentle' and courteons,wlthootwhatevil are;;:the;cleanest,,;:and the kernels are! popularly:.;supposed;.wear,bonnet 1'te cAta1oru x: ,r'/Palatb'Fa.wtr . '.-v: Which is one of the chief aims of :careful;;menr-.: }t 7:P ;.;' ,,

:: is, w1tbouti killing, f1i1i.tres: :'and of.* fine flavor.: .New 'or .: 1444.24-pd- -. .. '
R'X a.fi. 4 she generally lectih: :biggest sort : You will find our stock well 'and carefully; :- J j>ur. :: ':
.ieilbjlP" ; .. .. ... ". York Importa'from'I2,000 to ,OOO' "" :> ; .: :;r
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v "'11:1 1- ,. of a hat: : : :
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-. 1c-their :s'wamp.homes". we oCJ'reneh nits and from;10,)00 to;12OOO It'1wa11 happensthat f articles ?; . chased and constantly fresh.' ' : )

s toaa.Sjinlnolea,-of.\b: living lr 'fa in rii the,'prtai-_:littJeI J ""cases .of..)...theitanan'product\_ ..o .. !" '.annnalbt.r -'- which are: 'alwa1 are'theo scareest'iu ones. t neighbors; the the:household wish ,F' l. > $ALE1rove ...... L : :'r .. "'. !' ,';,,1,1,:: ;.j ;. ;';: :- ", '. {': ?'.t.:: ..'c.; .'

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TheCaUA. >niia.walnntspartlculariy; '_ '"' and Careful Attention >: ; ." > ':r7 ,
I Sotirx'o to borrow.r:4" ; ,\. ;?:"'a's : ;; ":
." - : rf **1*"L-r "** ,'X pext.those,from jT) ejr the'are!Los reliable Nletas and distrkt iare;':some rank for The herself person la who generally never has,the to one fabricate picked; IIIp{ _p; ,op er t.y. .- ,> : it,;, ; : :.,. :.- '. ; :: ; $1 -;

.. upon the little.i idupon of 4he:JlaTofbrtho8e'lmp6rted: ,' from : r Given fall .. .
Orders .
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out our ,
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by all her friends to them ; ,
help out
m roved
landed the weuJ and.anzioiisi N.a.PLta:: 'I h .:* brought to New:York :-:- TEx iCBES.'nHkrtUUy! p \ t. : !" : < : :_ ;t
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In b r'icrapea: A\ ** a' '-f: :> f'r:; ave arras set tO'citros fruit trees and ...
i"'tlti.'fr. il'Pnta.:1fhe.r- vacGby the-car load-and are cold to' >: -r '.cj" 'ohertrees.we11 started to crowior. /. ::1J '" :
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w irmi,xpe tt'ita i *""*"** i'ot i 4-, .Wt.hO. displily 1 ;!them in stores'orasatanda .' tGoldenrodaud geranium'make: ;-a .. .".Good six room home,wssh.snd bstbhouse -> .> ''i' : : .? : :.
.- ; very Bpanlsli color combination;but a /supplied wits. batb;well and
seientific'. Inietery'eity ot the union: <: cistern .water.' Qcfl .bars. Improved
rl/Jn : :
4. ; researchAori /The Brazil nut;which greatly mem.We Very cheerful oneaevexthelesiflies. '.,''-ehteken-honte. and;other- oatnoaaes.! I
,\add,paany more tboy iuilatbTthe the meat-lof ihecocoannt-bntIi .autumn';day. '""'_ ." L 'i"r" :. Located 2H miles southwest of Coco- BRinLEY h -
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: uDrove on good rosA:. Befool boate FERTILIZERS
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: f dgaaiiaf' tie jrery nrach' finery briepf atbe most fio'aoreof u*life i*i aVfull of disappojntmenf >;one-quarter of mile from place. "- Good .
;bt, ,' .. ''Detrtibor1lOO.' : .' .'i' ::1 ... ,-. .
jrellca ;;and ancient_ popular ,404 beat lelllaff 'nuts.inthe' :and rofferiag"that.; :the frolt :: .,;; \ .
ACBES-S acres .
la eitros :
:TEH? t
be North -I market All'of these bright .times. regarded;' "" I ='-.- . ; .
i .American Indian : nuts come from are a* really 'trees,'well started two acres hammock \ t ,Jt t1. '

it j Bioi'Jtlto.:.'The number' consumed, ia.". .snipicious. crrcunutances.' :'. )\rf.:; FIt haft h01l"cutdown'.-:'.Good may weu of for w tree.*,..;, rackinx'Loeate l.: We'are. :Miami agents' for the well known Bradley. .Fertilizers.! :\. .. : : ,1.Y'. l :
yearly f ia 'labout,, 30,00o' ura pleaian\thought to the .'walk from ?. '. / ,/
ti roDe oldlmonarcM, woman about three mi nte schoolhotw -/ "< Remember .. 'I. '-.. '=
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' jaaclca.M"y .- -. .,, who has rid new autumn'frocks thatthere -On good road and in food neicVu ; . 4 .. .
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.t ', 4J!!_.. vMstory' shadhovers ago" the Chrlsfzi s Taewert waa is some chance yet of Her wear-. borbood.toep.rtkiilan.ppl7to-- "" ;. -w. .r, .. :. \ '.' . .'.-. t... :...... .'j f <" '.. '',:. '. -4'';":"': -. ',;""'"?

,E:[as:..worth, ''ofoaths composed;chiefly"Jof:ihnoncls;;:raisins, Jng.ont; her:old summer ones:,jj.! 4,: <.." i ;' : -' L" \ 4 :**; *' *'oJ' =

i Inanimate traaoraiciest ? fl,.;>nd JUberta,'whlehx -.J'reoeJL.: [ The species- f.l1nnul.to'w,wilch a patientjl I "F.'S.. ':MORS'E, { ;.... I. '4 ; if'; r- ,

EK 'srire..there' DO I called.the'.Yaraabeggiiie,\becanseno, *-anhjectedjjy.a',.trained nursebrngs IL .: :,:over Post Offlee,ILLLXI, ?LL.,;:_' '- :'; l .- j .E''LU"M':'M' 'yiv: :f"ii", "
see n. Ame'w:n bl tw.Jr "he adult would toucb..i: . I -ro nrto A.i F. LANG "' JJf: S. : ,' "" .
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J ...rtjaueu :. : 1 >tonaa we haw;! I I YOT".6 .Americani torJaLaondi la' plp.mg return it childhood ; .. ..

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3,000,000 acres thickly filled, with trees inexhaustible, for every men needs A tained. My first planting of -walnuts I Umber that + r
trees would do' beat and for
I the fourth year's V
t upon cli- must have been operated. Usually house, and commenced in the sixties< but : crop would be
needed
many pines are to my be of the greatest practical value. Our too coarse for the highest
.
and question. about 1,000,000 acres of virgin forestsare make a small cottage. main"planting was done ten years later State and National profit.Beginning ;
Legislature should { with this
Cuban
is J- cut each year. "Annual Shipments The from 1870 to 1873. The later planting seed and
shipments be to furnish
importuned such
legislation wilth ideas largely derived from
conditions, "The area covered by the long leaf of timber from the principal ports of now stands from fifty to sixty feet as will foster timber culture and ,the tobacco Cuba R
Industry, at Its antebellum
and pine belt begins in North Carolina Florida for 1897 were, in feet aboutas high by actual measurement and I protect our forests from the evils that .
center Gadsden
. Also, the de new the Virginia line, and follows' follows' (some of the figures being look upon them as the most profitable are now working wanton destruction experienced, a Quincy substantial, renaissance.county, :

I: forest lands: along the Atlantic ,coast into Florida, estimates): I investments that I have made upon and threaten to leave us without our In 1887 the firm of Stratton A Stormof

This item and along the Gulf coast as far as' Pensacola. . . . . . . . .395,213,000 i my farm. Any deep, rich corn trees, to furnish timber for our domestic New York, after experimenting in ,

'worth mil Texas. This belt varies in width from Jacksonville. . . . . . . 113,434,070 ground will grow (walnut timber suc needs, to temper our climate, a small way, bought about fifteen 'r

to the five to one hundred miles, crossingseven Fernandina . . . . . . . 83,936,000 cessfully. I have planted not only my shelter our stock from the sun, and thousand acres of choice lands around . -

soil Wheth states, namely, the two Carolinas -j Apalachicola . . . . . . 61,000,000 walnuts, but about all kinds of timberin our farms, groves and gardens from that town land laid it off into eleven .

it fall; or, Georgia, Flonda.Alabama, Mississippi I i jCarrabelle. . . . . . . . . 21,500,000 belts along the lines of my land the hurtful winds, and to beautify our plantations with Cuban JJaoII1M. such t.. r

with barnyard and Louisiana, and covering Tampa. . . . . . . . . . 5,000,000 and around quarter sections, twenty beloved land.Florida as Santa Clara, La Corona, La Camellia '.
manures, as is done on many about 150,000 square miles. The trees I rows wide on the north and west '
La Cebda, Santa !Aiaria, La Isabella -
well regulated farms, this annual deposit throughout this great forest territory I I Total . . . . . . . . 682,083,070 sides, and ten rows wide on the south and Cuban !Tobacco. etc. At ithe close of 1888 nearly 1:1"r -

ill of great value to our farmers are tapped and "bled" for their sap i Of the i'ensacola shipments, abouttwothirds ;, and east sides.. Planted in this shape, .Florida must) seek her destiny, two thousand acres of toTJacco, had
a and horticulturists. winch furnishes the crude turpentine I instead r of in solid bodies equally with Sumatra, as a producerof
are of Alabama timber they give so been by'this and the
re-1, grown company
We venture the statement that the from which the I I high grade wrapper leaf. We be- ti
products known as i J uucing the total shipments of Florida much protection to fields, crops and surrounding planters. A little further ?s
value of this annual leaf fall if naval stores are obtained. The 1 stock lieve that the State has a promising s.
.: properly turpentine timber to 418,007,738, or in round from our strong winds. 1 have along we shall give some estimates -

protected from direr, and properly farms are. operated on a largescale. 1 numbers, including smaller ports to tried several widths between ,the rows future in this direction and that her of| the acreage at the present ir" ""4
Utilized, would equal that: of the The lands I I true interest lies in producing %s in ,
are rented or leased and distances In
apart
,;: say nothing of home demand, about rows! for walnuts time. .

average annual product of forests to the operators at the rate of from j 500,000,000 feet anuually. The total but have reached the best result oranges and pineapples only the very While greatly indebted to Cuba for ,.I-, ,..

used fur any other purpose. $50 to $100 per crop of 10,000 boxes for I estimated supply, 5,000,000,000, will with rows from. five to six feet wide finest article of its class. Her futurein the pedigree seed of long descent and : *

Owing to the prevalence of forest a term of four or five yean. Each succeeding -I therefore, at the present rate of cutting and thirty to thirty-six inches apart In this tine of industry is apparentlyso high9-breeding, American ingenuity

fires 111 this state, this valuable ad- year the yield falls off, and on'I last ten years. But it must be the rows. It saves all trimming ex- well grounded upon natural conditions and progressiveness could not long be +t,,

junct to successful horticulture is the fourth year it is reduced to one-I II I remembered that these figures are cept on the outside row and compelsan that no enactment of Congress, content with certain antiquated< .Cu4\.. ; .

rendered almost 'W rthJe8B. These prevailing : half that of the first year. The virgin I,! based upon the 'old standard of merle -, upright growth. Nature will do no rising or falling of a capricious ban practices. For instance the ,island e

fires burn up the dead and: tree becomes a yearling the second table the trimming. needed the tariff, no mutations that may overtake V
j i pine, that is pine of largesize. strong planters, with a true Spanish
fallen timber that would otherwise be year, and the pUpping is continued up It does not' include seconds closing over the tops of the weaker
j used for fuel, posts, etc., cause premature the tree above the wounds made the I and fulfilment of that destiny by destroy- '
I Which are now being largely cut, manufactured ones gradually cleaning them out. the J labor of cultivation with the hoe l- .

; decay in the growing timber, and' previous year. The product is not' so i and marketed. If seconds "On my farm I have kept up over ing the profit of wrapper leaf culturein "molding," as they call it But the .!:';":, '

kill outright the smaller growth of good as the virgin dip and continuesto : are included as they should be, the forty miles of wire fence, and for this State. American, with hi.1igbt..m&n1-tooth- '
I' The mellow humid air of Islands
trees upon which we depend for the depreciate in quantity as stated supply will, at the present rate of many years have not bought a fencepost ed cultivator or' harrows, running ; '..rvery
anti is
considered essential ,
renewal of the forests, as the'matured above until it is abandoned. peninsulas
shallow breaking the s"
consumption, last from twenty-five to using those young 'walnuts for only crust' -
to (the of fine ailken tex-
production a '
r. timber is cleared away. This is an evil "Now that the forests of Georgia, thirty years. posts, cutting them out as soon as the and leaving on the surface "dust ., . ;
tured leaf and this Florida I
and should be remedied. excepting many large tracts which are!' The value of the first class yellow tops showed signs of dying, saving mea wrapper mulch," performs the work at a third .. ,
There are three principal causes for being held by capitalists for future!II possesses in an eminent degree. 'l'11esa.me or a fourth of the ': ;
II pine now standing in the state at $4 large item of expense. Most of my expense.
this. One cause is the great carelessness I use, have become used up, the opera!I per thousand feet is $20.000.000. walnuts have been planted in the moist atmosphere and soft sunshine The life of the Cuban'veguero t.ODe : '

of property owners in failing to tors have come to Florida to repeat 1- Growl SJ.owly-The. pine- ia A siowI spring. Of the spring planting, I which develop :the hammock or- long battle with insects. At ,certain '. "J',.. .
with its exquisitely soft
suitably protectwoodlands by making their( successes, (and not ange sattiny seasons the surround his .
we mosquitoes
may say, grower. Here are its dimensions atvarious have never failed of a first class standin .. .,!
I not but of lemon-
.) fire lines, el&, and thereby preventing : continue their wanton !waste, ). Not years: my soil. If I cultivate them well yellow peel, blowsy e 'true led citrus' aristocrat-a bead with a buzzing nimbus. The other . ''7.-- ....

the spreading of fires. only have they come from, Georgia, Diameter Height for the first two years and plow them pests,,however, persecute his tobacco ' .' ) .-
will touch with cool dark '
The cattlemen are largely responsible but hundreds have came from North Years. in inches. in twice a green anda more than his person. Some writer ""
feet the third
over once or year ;theywill smooth buraWhed surface the delicately
for much hurtful of Carolina and settled in doubtless 'tormented the '
the
burning pine forests 20 0.8 23 shade the ground and take care veined leaf! destined' for by exuberance ;....
!woods in order to provide fresh pas of Florida. 30 5.5 87 of themselves for a continuous wrap- of tropical Insect life,, has : -

turage for their stock. They are not "The second growth, or young pine '40 7 pers.Mr. said that language. is poor in exple- "
4s growth. Last we had
year a heavy
'HenryCurt4a. who has been
: a I
careful to from trees informed lives. The Cuban finds
preserve woodlands \ we are will not produce 50 veguero no
8.1 56 of nuts and I have
crop over 160 bushels successful 'tobacco in Florida
ravages by tire, but on the other hand turpentine, and therefore when 60 9.6 grower "1 looking In his Castilian, with its Cupan -
I 62 of black walnuts put away for for over thirty: years, says of the lJi- amplifications. .:. )
The
annually burn over many thousands the old trees exhausted that cause 70 rich rolling .
11.5 G7 planting this spring.. I.; shall continuethe
before the Qvii "Al
dostry war
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of acres of woodland that are of little of destruction will cease. And of the 80 13 profanity of,the (Florida tobacco cultivator '
belt form
value na pasture causing great dam-f j millions of young trees doming up I 90 72 of planting. though the type of the tobacco: grown pales its ineffectual fires in com .- -
14.5 18 "From the above you will see that Jam then was not, exactly that of later
age to the Umber interestswithout a every year on abandoned turpentine 100 16 parison. .. _
80 still believer in
a walnut
plantingand years, yet Its value as a marketable ,
corresponding benefit to themselves or farina and sectionswhere the trees are 120 .. (An authority has !told us to "go"to
18 87 culture. By the way, while on article be readily estimated by its
may "
the community. I all used for lumber ,could be spared 140 I the ants The rid jagma, the huge Cuban
19.5 93 the timber question I well *
as sale at remunerative *
may ready prices. -
Sparks from locomotives cause from the ravages'of fire there would 160 ant, is a marvel of ingenuity; Hperforates _. .
I 20.5 98. mention the fact that last year. )I had IJTHris! tobacco1 produced a beautiful the -stalk 4' '
many destructive fines. From thirty- be hope that posterity would some so.insidiously
180 21.3 1 03 a saw mill set, up on my place and cut silky leaf of immense proportions, frequently
'five per cent in :Belgium only 'a few day be blessed with a pine forest, but The foregoing rate of consumption I 1 i ,> that it gives no sign until' its gorgeous _._-.. _
i out about 40,000 feet of Umber far
use measuring fullythirtysix -
yean this has been reduced to.ft never can be for an the green leaves suddenly wither and die. : t" ,
ago age pine makes no account of lumber maMc-;: on; my farm and it is all gone. Last! i ii inches in length by twenty-four in The is there, f
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forests ( case hopeless; no remedy .
two per cent. What cent.. of this of -which we once could boast. _
per i tured and
used for domestic
purposes i .week I bad the mill come again, and it! breadth, and generally covered with save in "the the '
.
The rigor of : game, , k-
harm has been done in Florida same of March 6, 1898 :
by paper
inland. If such were added to this' i it is now sawing. I have now between I 11 beautiful! small specks from point to cremation which also
from locomotives gives some on in. necessarily, involves ,
sparks committee I figures the-lumbar '
your would produce such an array of! 50,000< and 60,000 feet of logs in the stem. These speckled leaves were very the stalks ICe the must .
is not advised but. with suitable terests. We give the following I'' .eggs
ti eX-I figures that would ,be startling. N o i' yard. Some of these logs are over three desirable then, as 'they are now" for be destroyed or sterilized. '

spark arresters on all locomotives,, find due enforced the I "Lumbering in five t lance'u
precaution on Florida-Only
waste of timber by private individuals has grown since I came to the place, were much sought after by uous in comparison. Its tent J, "
of the tills evil abouldbe 1 billion feet of shaped 1
A
part employees !
now standing '
I pine who burn up what timber they land, ; so far 1 I< have not cut a tree "when dealers in the leaf, both in Europe and mound around the base of the plant '
abated. I very few year will suffice to exhaust find in their way when making farms. America who here sent heir ,- ),
they djd not need trimming out. Mao y came or which serves as a center pole, is erect- '
r We 'may never see the time when i I !the supply. Scattered throughout This, though less than formerly, is >, sawing this spring"will'include five or agent annually to buy all that was ed only in the rainy season as a shelter ,

these causes will entirely cease to i Florida are scores of logging camps small item. Now, what are -we to do?f six different kinds of Umber. You I grown in (the county (Oe.dsden'fhe- : to its family. Its principal normal V : ......,.

operate and result in injury to our j peopled by a few overseers. and 'hun- At the present rate our forests will be: cannot too much' teach the advantages} yield 'was large, frequently reaching occupation: seems babe as a milker of ,

forests, yet they might be materially
lessened. Wholesome legislation and 1' largest and best body of pine timber years. The problem is a. graye' one,, i I t I !Iowa. In the West and Northwest\ I and readily.sold at from 10 to 40 cents swarm of -them by chance. gain access

the rigid enforcement of the lawwould in Florida lies in Middle and }a.I .t and demands of our people serious 'thousands of bushels of corn will be I per pound at the barns of the planter to i e'-p anter-. anatomy they instantly -;,

tend greatly to that end. j Florida, the tract being V shaped theto consideration and prompt action. Soused as fuel this winter on farms that t I in what we term now -the polecuredof begin the practice of'phlebotomy.

;, Another source, of destruction t' angles of the V penetrating southward L| long: as a man may- do as he pleaseswith have been settled long enough to have green state. In' years when the visitation of the y i

our forests is the turpentine Indua"tq.To into Orange and St. Johns counties. his ownand large syndicates and 1 grown an abundance of wood and[ "With the encouragement' thus giv- vivijagua assumes the proportions of ', :- ;,

M"} those who have given the subject t,:; A vast quantity of this pine however, corporations own unlimited. tracta of shelter all these years. J have no ve I en this new industry, I it is mid wonder the .plague, the' veguero has recourse ':;. /

: no thought the facts and figures will I was destroyed by the great cyclone of tj wild lands, there is Httle hope of .tay-I'I accurate means of estimating! rye that an increased area was planted to the intercession, with the procew3 -

be a surprise From. the FloridaTimesUnion the fall of 1896. The storm carne outs tlfng this devastation. Aside from the present value of my walnut timber I year by year, until the crop was aims and special adoration of San Mare .

and Citizen of March 1, of the Gulf of Mexico from the wrath legislative relief we BO much need we I have so far refused to let any tfm- large that it brought a revenue to th clef, the patron saint of* the Cuban .

1898, we extract the following which west, above Cedar Keys, and passed in have this resort, the planting of forsttrees bar or furniture man go into my I county of $400,000 a year before the farmer But the 'pretetical Florida' S 4. ;-

will give some light on" ,this too much a north-easterly direction through aa is practiced in other etates. croft to cut any portion out, though, war. pIanter-appeab'to Paris green, blown _'_ i

neglected! subject: :| through Levy, 1h'adford. Alachua, (The chairman of your committee, i'I I hue had repeated requests from Even to this day the Old Florida I dry and nnmtyRr1IIuough ,powder ,)"- '

"Farms that cover an area of thirty Columbia and Baker counties leveling fl for several years interested in the de-.t'parties I to do so. dome three years Broadleaf is grown by an occasional 11 gun in a spray so exceedingly.tenuI '! ,.

to ,fifty square miles are about the, to the earth'thou.nd.. of acres of nlopment of the forestry industry in''ago an Eastern man looked over my planter, and, where it receives ea.refuIculture I ono ,.thai it seems 4D'servo .only to i ;

: average size. Forests elected, for tapping -j i forests. The pines so' leveled were the North-Wesf, has had ample opportunity early seventy's planting, covering icy I with great profit. One grow make the wind visible. It penetrates

must be the the very best I twisted and splintered to such! a degree to witness the workings of the enteen acres of ground and estimatQ b i er in Pasco county received $5OQ. fo r every nook and corner, kills every In- .

The Land of Flowers is. fast becoming that they wexe:, :hardly worth culture in that section, and In reply to the value to cut clean at about $15- his crop of Mils variety in 1897, growU.on sect except:the tough-skinned greasy- ,

: an area of tar, pitch and tur| working up Into boards and the re- the question, "Does U pay to plant 000 and taking* criterion the price one acre; and another, on'about an brown and Wtriped.cntwarm. ;"

pentine.' FOP lIe1'era1leaz'a a limitednumber |' suit was tha most of the timber wasallowed forests?" cites but three plantat( that walnut trees a little larger on :th ethink acre and a-harf, harvested about 800 This last-named enemy is the first .t',r -

of the pine trees in the northern :I to. remain where It fell to to prove it pays to systematically sueSioux river are selling// for, I I pounds of tobacco, pole cured, wblchhe'llOld : that assails the youn-gpant, end there, '

part of Florida have been worked not." plant forest' trees. In 1882 'he planted that he was not much out of the wa r. for 75 ante a pound. It is a Is. not another Insect enemy of man's ,

with success, but the time baa come I But$ how long will Florida forestslast twelve ,acres of black walnut. in Plymouth The 'tax exemption fees for the first I peculiarity of this variety, )3awe.erf I crops- which manifests a, more wan- -

,When the industry must naturally center ? Those of .many of the Eaiternstates county Iowa, :for'an Englishgentleman .ten years, and the use l I have made o that: it requires virgin soil and is not ton gratuitous! "cussedness." If it : .,r.

V= in this. state, and the operators I have been exhausted and one at a cost of $25 per acre my timber In thinning has paid me a I. profitable on old land, while the Cuban would consume w-haft' / it cuts, down the ,; ', ."

have rushed in to get on the ground i by one those of the North-West are In answer. to an inquiry, the owner, fair rental for the land up to this and Sumatra varieties accommodate farmer would make less complaint; .,.- ', '.. ; '

floor and reap the benefits to be derived ' being cast aside in the fth ff. The writing from Scotland' said, fie' time. i i themselves to old land or new. but It seems to tumble the plants :t; :> '

from; the valuable product of the Bureau of Forestry' in 1880, made a twelve acres of black walnuts you The Corn Belt, oi .May, 1897/in1897t 'From the old'Florida Broadleaf th s down from the pure delightof t doing,H.. >_ .,

pInet e. It is estimated that theoperations census of the piute in .Florida. That planted for me in Plymouth county, ', in speaking of Judge Whiting's first transition was to the,Vuelta \Aba- The grower poisons this sr+eh- estroy- ',,' -
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:, have increased lover fifty census has been revised by .n experienced Iowa, are not for sale. I have been of success in timber culture, says '"This jo or Cuban tobacco.' This is a general er with a sweetened bran mash of

per cent. during the past year. Operators and well posted lumber man fered $25,000 cash for the plantation,1 I I fact is, clearly demonstrable: any designation for the western or lower whkh ft is fond; or employs children. -

from North Carolina', and 'Georgia Into the following figures which represent but consider it worth more to hold I I man with willing hands can procureI end of the island, the word Vuelta to gather them at a stipulated price +

have deserted their"farms'* and million feet: There are now standing in the grove I r I walnuts and plant arid cultivate them. meaning a circuit or round-trip. In per 'pmLTJ1

Come to the new fields of Florid Alachua..... ... ....... ....... 200 I 1,800 trees to the acre many of them Farmers j as a general rule, are Indifferent : early days the Governor General used horn-worm,'
,Many of the land owners in the state Baker... ............ ......... 6C worth for commercial $30' to the advantages of life insur- to make an annual journey to the low the leaf-worm ore all aombstted with '

,have been' holding ;their forest for Bradford........... .. ...... ..150.00C I each." purposes ance. There are few fanners In Iowa er cod of the island on one coast and Paris.green. Of these the! bud-worm *,i :
I Q \
..several yean, refusing to rent them) Brevard.... ..1..f.f, ............. 50 In the spring of 1883 the .writer, in: I I I who can afford :to carry a $15,000 life bafck/ to Havana on the other. Th is far the wont; ft is 11 gourmet in ( :,

turpentine operators as they were Calhoun.,,........ .. ..... .... 60 company with a gentleman In Chicago policy on the twenty year. plan, but eastern or upper circuit of :the islandW&8 tobacco, foOd of a "quid" of the +, ;

;-ware that, sooner or later, the forests Clay.... .. ....... .......... ... 50 planted on contract for the Atchison 'l-:I here js the testimony of Charles E. loosely designated aa Vuelta youngest, sweetest, lenderesl tissue; . ;. 'y

of North and South Carolina and Columbia. .;........ ...... ... 20C I Topeka. &; Santa Fe railroad in Whiting that he has carried a |15,000 riba or upper circuit and this: region nand J' a puncture no larger than. ?pin- -y.

Georgia would be used up and the Duval. ..... ...... ............ 3Escambia. 0' Southern Kansny tgOfrjacrea walnut policy on seventeen acres of is not well adapted tobacco culture, -'(head increase with the growth of the -. -
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catalpatlpecioaa
; demand: for their property be greatly .......... ....... .:.. 60 2,700 trees to the re. Alt:I Iowa land at an actual profit considering and produces no first-class tobacco esLa j I leaf making .usually a hole which ;

,increased and the remuneration would Hamilton..... .......,. .. .... 30C the ..end'Pf' the second V 1&83 the, the tInmer.tax exemptions and cept on a single vega called Yara, ruins it for a wra pper. 1 i . V -
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year ,
: be'greater. The demand came and so Hernando..... .:....... ....... 90 plantation was- turned over"tgjhe railroad the value of the surplus timber obtained the Province of Santiago de Cuba., It I!I As fop the Cuban veguero, even ;

,, ;did the experienced operators. Hillsborongh........: ..... .. 90 company at a cost of $S4 in thinning. Every:. man who ownsa U said that there are two farms in the should Ban :3isr+cia l deliver him from f

'While Savannah Ga the Holmes...... per forty acre farm upon which he expects Vuelta Abajo which produce a type i the vii jags; he stall has to pass his j jI
greatest ........... ..... 100 acre, or two cents per tree, the trees I I ,
naval stores market of world Jackson... ..... to live, should reserve a five acre i of tobacco superior to anything else early morning end evening-at certain -
the re ...... ; ......... 173 averaging ten feet high. Last I ?
oelves the greater part of the products Jefferson.. ..... .. ..;........ 60,000 theg eneral in letter to year the 'belt for waltfnts, and larger farmsshould I grown on the island. The best vegas I seasons his entire nIght-in extermlI _a '
manager, a '"
of Flufor export, it te ft notablefacVthaithe LaFayette....... ..:....... 300 writer of this stated that the It be planted in' proportion The or tobaced farms lie generally ogj I']I netting other voracious 'insects that '

""' business at the Florida Levy.... .. ................... 1 0Liberty had been cutting railroad com-ties result would mean practical independence the margins of rivers on sandy sods', J 1[ persecute hie crop One pest, the ca- J" .
pany at the end'df soil of domiciles'' ,
Aorta Is Increasing rapidly. Jacksonville ........... .. ......... 50 -from the plantation for five twenty years. more nearly resembling the chugs; himself at the roots ._
... years, This much- for actual results In of the island of ) .
eaves.He ,
the rest the :
is fast gaining prominence as a Madison.... .. ...:.... .:.....100,000 taking from twp to four ties from Florida than does opens proceedings 4: '
:distributing for the domestictrade Manatee. a Towa' Now what tree would probably which Is mostly clay This fact by feeding upon the-part of the talk, :.:: yi;.
point ..... .. .....:...: ... 150 tree. Said ties worth $1 each and had _
succeed best, here/is/ a matter of to the idea dhatarbole'I which forms his calling. As he eats ,- -
Carrabdle and Pensacola Marion...,..............;.. .. .. 200 not cost the sixteen I lends encouragement .
company over consequence. The catalpa speciosa, I an : he twists the outer edge of the leaf i
,are'rapidly becoming,important'ahipplng ae eU.'h;...... ."...;. .. ..j. 60 cents each.' He also stated that the South Florida can produce ," '
black walnut* black locust and wild that of cubsquality. I in :* into a little around himself
points,for the product. There lano Orange. .\ .. :....;:..-......... 60 trees that were cut for ties in the winter cherry would probably head the list, closely.approaching !I[il and his family wrapper, enlarging, both ,himself ,
the fact that
denying within a few .79
were sprouting and making a !oeoaid' are valuable for timber.: Some fa taken ''to secure pure and his (family amI'hou1.s .. he
years the State of Florida will furnish Putnam..,....... .. .......... ,90 oDd growth which promised to be as kinds of oak and- Great care _
the
box elder are the supplyevery travels to the tip.
'fIo'the> world nearly all the spirit of St. Johns....... ..... .......... (40 valuable.as the first. mentioned Cuban seed and to renew ', r.7.?
as useful trees for plantingin or two. The first year it; V is The 'loathsome: little verde Is an un_ -, :."- :
': ,turpentine and rosin. Santa Rosa.;.:.......... .*,?.. 300 of the third of the plantations in Florida. year ';' !
Hickory and plantswith rivaled mimic. His in cater :
pecan it :
:\ 'The bulk of the naval stores 'for Sumter...... .........''..... .. 60 erred to 'we will allow the well the grow planned in Florida produces success ,-
hammock
owner on lands '
and might too small for wrappers ing himself the identical shade, ,
leaves '
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.the;use of the world fa furnished by Snwannee .'.......... .. ...... 400Taylor ) Judge C. E. Whiting, of )(alma do well on the best grade of and leaf t ,... .:;::; ::
pine for filler in Cuba) through ill its shades of ripeaia ';,
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the 8ou jrn States and a'greeter .... ...... .::........... 500 county, to apeak"1or himself.Be : lands. (being grown .
uyi bulk enough to be profitable Is calculated to deceive the kMued.,0
portion of the produce wlthoomefrosn_ Volusia......'.............:.. . V 40 first of trees farm not yielding ". ;:
"My planting on my What is best. there- For + of'work He
however, cannot be for fillers. The first year eye thoroughness
[ >l ''tne' ,State of Florida jn a very few! Wakulla... '. ....." ;::...:........ 50 commenced in the summer of 1858 by with ,. ,..
stated much to acclimate.it. He leaves
certainty since so fore ft is simply compels respect. nothing a '
grown
\ i fin.rL.'l'he:" greater part of these pro Washington.'lhsttt. ..... .... 200 i ,.
planting cottonwood seed. I had com1
little has been done in this direction ,. The second year from Cuba it p robut the midrib. The exasperating '
from .
"iucts-ornar the .
leaf
long p1n.e.rnl" plate success but it was the first andXX)1 in Florida. This matter!' should be':: duees valuable crop. The thirdyir's rosquilla get into the hearts of the ' -r
T: i t.(oou .t.i in- T sj/iri of . . . . . . . .4.9" r ,ntto-. succ"tded in a : -
; ver
I .. growing taken up by our State .' ;ricultura) crop is l as valuable on accountof : buds, >n so rpu'ly don he nr'niply '
Pine; 1:" ;SO.OOO ,askse&oher This AS a .ufticiel t .l
Y 'pt"1 qu I to otto vtooH from seed; but as million Department and experiments made ;n t'he..ize, and coarseness of t*h' u<.*. 'i tw* ana oi.cvsiu about V>WO, bmkl r bw.d- walk ihlrtlores 1de'aroDod.tbE aet of the."b..ut1U '.. "
sand ,, "
,( W'l pittiiu grew.ou ameitnt parts of tLc Suite loonuig ':> plaits, thv>uU, It it jtfTl avaa ? : MM like pen vi ft. at! i top. --

1 rrels.": K'.TO produce this, : .limo. ,I : buVltfis: Doti..4 ban every ear; they were.easilyJPP-, the selection and propagation,of the H should not be allowed to go to.seed, Times Union & Citizen. "1j11
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;; s, W. M. Featherly. C. G. Featherly. |-: STATE ,OF FLORIDA. :I t'd i -the output, there have been a : SPARKS FROM WIRE beard the steamer 1mC'aDiia. fro aa\

)t, grebt4.'lr Dumber of farmers who hove !I With Oeneral Merriit ""

Till MIAMI METROPOLIS'of a storm Which uurfrrtg 'tihe Crfmeaii I egged in she inchMtiry. The result were his bride J
her
SMALL NEWSY ITEMS ABOUT ] TELEGRAPHIC NEWS FROM ALL mother, Mrs,Gorman .
war, Novenyber 14, almost destroyed is there H more sugar and syrup made Williams and Norman"
EVERYTHING IMAGINABLE. Wlllkmi r,
*tlhe fleetts of France and England. Asa (I in Aiachua PARTS OF THE WORLD.
= Pulllthed by | I couuty this year than I I Jr., of Chicago, and OapL L. H. Stroth-- .

The Bay Biscayne Publishing Co. Storm had raged several d ys earlierin I Clippings of Fioridt Event From ]' there was last. Owing to there having Short Stories of-the World' Doings I I er, aid-de-easnp on the staff of General. t
France, Vatillana, the French Minister i been mucui old syrup on hand when Merritt. I
9S of 'War, diredted that investaga'tkma Our State Exchanges Carefully i the new came into the market the Told by Telegraph in I .
Miami, Dada Oo., Fla., pec. 23, 1898. Condensed for Our Busy I : t
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i be made rto see uf the two storms I piece is tar below that received last Condensed Form GEN. GAGA DEAD. '*
I Headers.Wwit .
were the game and if the progress of yeftr.-Gainesville Sun.R. Geneaial Calixtto Garcia the w. -
Have you ever noticed how fresh could have been fore- ATL.\a. TA'S PEACE JUBILEE. Cuban
disturbances
the ngufehed
warrior
rhmpa is to have a complete i M. Shafer, a merchant at Miami, and leader;
spring or pump water' sparkles when told. It was demonstratted that the and modern water works system. The j' says the vegetable growing businessof President MoE&nley made memora- and the head of the conrmfisaion tfoet- t

;; poured from one vessel to anoitiher two were in reality one storm and ble the first day of the Atlanta ed ( the Cuban
court ra't h&s been awarded to Guild & IOo. I It his section will always be profitableand peace iby Assembly to\visit this ;
?, s TBfts is because freWh water cbntaiins thuit its path could have been ascertained jubilee by a notable uttteramce in his died in
I ., a Chattanooga' firm, to put it 1 iu instanced one men who( made fast courthry, Wattjbingtnan smortly'alter
7 large quantihaea of carbonic acid gas and the fleet forewarned in am- at a eofcrt of $25,000. I season 1,100 crates of tomatoes to the speech before the joiuft session of the '10 '., Dec. 11th, at [the Ho t'

f; and it is thus gas which gives she ple time to reach saf ity.LV .- The Fernanduina bell tower, wlhiieh acre am the acres and sold tJhenn at Georgia Legialaiture. Ills reception by tel Raleigh where the commiauoo has .

w; r water its dp irkk. . was blown down by the last storm, the General Assembly was warm and iaa headquarten The sudden ohaag -p
+; 'c . $1.25 per eraite. Over 4,000 crates wuilbe -.
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very deep feeling of affection exist bias been put up anew.. It has, however shipped from (there within -the next hearty in the extreme, amd 1ns speechwas from 'the warm climate of Cuba with ; '

; An English newspaper announces ; between the Prince of Wales andhis been, placed on Third street, Instead few weeks. Solid tmdn loads of vegeronble's punctuated with frequent out- the hardrfups he had there endured, ,.
that the Germans ere utilizing parrots :I bursts of cheering it is admitted on to the wintry wtiarther ol dew York
< only unmarried daughter, ProncessVictoria. of Fourth, as formerly. often leave Miami. 'Metropolis. ..'w
in tlbeir rafflway' e nations. The bird is She baa always been a great 1'meapple lands are on a boom In If it is to the interest of the proprietors ail slides teat the address marked an and Washington, iu re' mnsi'ble for 'a;

drifted InWo oaQdnig out the particularstation pat of her father, who used affectionately Orange county One planter recentlysold of El Modeib factory to go to epoch in hiStory, and Ss on every lip. the pneumonia which rmulted sa hk .
while n 'traan is there thus
to call her "Torie," partly, no an acre of his "pin ry" for $2,700, Tampa they sdiould go. If it is to Among other things the President demise. "

saving the (passengers from making doubt as am abbreviatfrm of her. name, and life was not onxflousto gel rid of their interest to rem here, good aaad: General Ghrcia left a large ta.mayl'

unnecessary Jnq tii.ri. 8S.. but partly wino in reference to her it at than The pineapples of the and welt; but we fail to see the pro- "Every soldier's grave made duringthe only one of whom Juato, a captain on, # .
I and come unfortunate Cavil War is a tribute his staff with Mm when he died.. '
quaffntlyi! OOIMeM' tJi ve opinions SMite from Orange county. of between was .J :
A Mtexne paper tens of a farmer in nfie'tiy[ creating contests
the time that the Partners who have rice In American n valor. And while, 'when lbs widow, and Mercedes, u dougfater -
friendships. During -rJ
that state who hired two boys to helphim grown the bu 4ineas men of two cities as to
''' \ out his hay, and when the jab was prince was bid up after his accident Akadhua county this year find that) it which can raise the most ash to win. those groives were made, we differed seventeen years of age,are at Thomas / ,4"tville f

finished each of tihem a cent for Princess Victoria devoted herself specially was the best money- crop phinlted. The precedent is not a good one. This wfldely about the future +of the Govern- Ga. where the girl,is quite:,,ill; l'

x gave to him, and did much by her Some formers realized a good sum city should guarantee ail who come men>!t, those differences were long ajjoBeftJtled Ma-rfo, son, nineteen year f'age is .or
the work they bad performed, and I I
then offered to harness his team and care and attention to make a time of from this crop, which will be more ex- here a fair and equal show for profitable by the anUkrame-nrt of arm with -the mother at TbomasviUe; and 'r tbl.
emits vtaited and the time has_ now come, in the Oairloas Garcia, another son is in'; :1'
teneiiively
haul the boys home for a cent apiece. ) enforced inactivity pass as pleasantly next year. business and good business men ,
The St. Francis evolution of senoonenit and feeling under Cuba. A daughter, Leonora Who!) :i
J ns possible to her naiturally energetic omnge groves are should expect no more, and if they 1-
r farther. justly celebrated not only throughout I (the providence of God, when in married an American, is flow living: laParis. (,
r S The( British war office has made arrangements find they cam not make it pay here, ,
the of 1
the Ulilted States, but elsewhere; spirit fraternity, we should General GarcJa's mother is tilt' ; >
S .5 then they should be at perfect liberty
to at each
pruvade camping the superior quali'ty) of the St. Francos dhiare with you in the care of the alive, and resides in Havana. A":
in the district Sultan is said have to go eJ.se.wlhere.-'T-acksonvUle Metrop
ground new maneuver The to nearly graves of the Confederate soldiers "
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orange having receded favorable no- f:
in Wiltshire a' "post exchange the largest hotel In the otis
completed
which called
r thee in the of several foreign forth a buM of applause.The VISITS TUEKEOEE SCHOOL. -,: '
: t' mounted after our own "canteen," but world at M toca. This establishment is newspapers Mr. R. Loikg, of Spuing Cave, has a second of tihe Atlanta .1<
day President
peace
counltries ,towhich tave been McKinley today visited
they
with coffee and temperance drinks in- to lodge six thouaotod pilgrims at reiputbitiion as a bear hunter. A huge
Chapped.-iFlronda Facts. jujbiiee opened .Jy. the Tuskegev 2Tormal School and d-t';; l
; dtead of alcoholic This with their camels block bear suited his stiort
liquors.
means
once presumably, camp a The feature of the the civic
day was dressed its pupils. fDwo boors before -
D. C. Stanley has made 400 gal-
over
w rftricttly temperance canteens for 60,- and other ibeasts of ,burden, and promises time ago white, the men were at supper and mUitary parade during the after- Uhe President's train
lons of Florida tins season, and reached here:a
w 000 British eI"S.I to be one of he most picturesque syrup and killed a BOW and two pigs before noon. The constated of tea divisions
is a/till/ at it. About 350 gallons of this parade special train brought the members of,
I 5 s places to stay at in the World, although they could reach the spot which under command of Grand '
tihe
Alabama
he raised the cane for on his place. LegbUtare and e large (
Men, somehow, are fond of floral of course infidel dogs are not was less than 300 feet from where Marshal A. J. West. I a
lie will turn out from his mill this ,crowd from Montgomery. j jWELOO&E.
and fruity metaphors When speaking allowed to approach it. Its ,vast site they were dln'kng.' It is needless 'tosay Seven thousand persons rose from ..
season about 700 of the finest
gallons
-.: \ of a woman They >day her cheeks are Iras drawn attention to monster resi- q-uumy of Florida 9yrup.-BelleYiew Unit the bear did not escape, andit their seats as the Ohaetf Executive entered .XcXi1L'U.Er8- i -

y : rotoes her fips are cherries she has dences. The fanrest dwelling house in is said one never does that comes In the analicor The band
"- S ews-Lert1ter. play. A welcome from brazen throats that ;
my wibite bamds, her mouth is a rosebud existence is in Vienna, where there is too close contact with the "old man." edthe Star Banner amidconsiderable
Spangled Kid eloquentfly for the ,
The ctvuee of the fire that destroyedthe spoken freedom ;
:: her complexion is like a peadh an apartment house with 1,500 rooms Mr. Long has lived in Florida since but (
oppJaose
Tarpon Springs Hotel lost weekIs of the' American colonies greeted;thePretiiUedt
f 4' her breath is frfegrant as foe honeysuckle in it, occupied by more than 3,000 people. the year 1650, and killed In Orange strains of Dixie filled the building the of the United Stales" y
still wrapped in The effect great
mystery.
: and they sum it all up frequently This building has thirty-two county 104 bears in three years. He crowd went wild. President ,
is not sa hard to determine. For McKinley upon his arrival in Savannah. 'J.ae'm1DoD
by saying ahe'e a daisy. Ex. staircases, thirteen interior cour'i has probably killed or helped to kill stood up and wared his hat above his -which beamed the; '
this season alt least business interests
A remarkable wedding took place and 850 windows on the street. nut less than 1,000 since he first come head. Mr. Hein ikllt1 the \ '
president pf .
Y 5 will suffer severely, In proportion as salute of guns asShe i iial ?,
5; 4s to the State. jubilee! committee, made a lengthy train came in brass" t' .- -
fllhey received the patronage of tourists were two :
recently in Berkshire, England. The (An elevator that can be run without who yearly mlade headquarters at (A. drummer who has just made a .speeCh. He fwea followed by Governor pieces tat were presented to the t

r bridegroom wax eighty-five and his an attendant is being put on tIle mar. the hotel. complete tour of She phosphate mintng Oandlerln address of welcome. A* Chatham \ '. Their roar (was ;..

(bride two years younger. Six maiden ket by an enterprfeftng mannfavtunu; section of Afacfoua county, stated .the President stepped ft oward the like B ratdncaikm of his sentimentJ of'*'

boles, each over seventy, acted] as comQptray of .Springfield, Mass. It is The St. Cloud sugar mill has com- yesterday that the people generally I large audience applauded heartily. brotherly love and affection between'
menced grinding cane and boiling the
Y bridesmaids' six gram an'tern of button and had no idea of the acttivfitty of that sec The '
operated by pressing a spends iwas punctuated by constant the North and the South' celebrating:
the bridegroom strewed flowers in the eotting pointer at a figure on a dial, syrup. The yield alit be about 750,000 tion. Every one of tihe many minesare cheers, but there were no out- the oomiplate reunion the sections,. sIn

path of the happy couple, and loUl't' Indicates 'the number of the pounds of sugar this year. The quality in full bias with many employesat bu1' similar to rthblt which marked line''wltih his mbgnanlmovs speech' :
of the is claimed to be ex- ,
grandsons of the bride.sang a nuptial floor to which the passenger wishes to crop work. The noise of heavy machinery the President's reference to the Confederate -, alt Atlanta d

r r song, composed expressly for the occa- be carried. The door to the well can cellent. Mr. Garrity, the superintend- in operation, and the trains running dead iB3RQN i ,.
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aA' \ lOOn by the parish clerk. be opened only when the elevator is at edt is very courteous and obliging in to and from the plants on Barr's After three cheers for McKinley bad ROT.H& ln>D.kTII..
showing visitors aver the mills.-Orlando -
I the binding, so that no one can walk Tram, makes the scene one of greatactivity. been given with a 'will at (the conclusion Baron Ferdinand James de 17isths3:

S rite atone roads that' have been built into tbe well, or be hit by a descending Reporter. The merchants in the mining of his sped General Wlheeler ohild iL P, Is dead. ,'. I

around Cbarkrttte, N. CX, mainly by 'elevator while looking into the Paraduse Island, in Oseeola county, region are all doing an extensive rose from his seat on the platform. Baron Ferdinand James de noth.l l

r compel labor, have done much for the welL The elevator cannot be operated was sold under foreclosure of mortgage business, especially N. A. Callteon atDutitan Then come such enthusiasm, such a Mild was ,tfhe second son of the late*

e progress of the place. Fifty miles of If a single door, is unkttdhed. The on the 15tih inst. for $2,000 to the whose business now Is one of pandetrnkmTum as is seldom seen. For Boron Alpnonse de Rothstehild. He wasa II

--; hard roads are down and they are to elevator is called by pressing a button inch t t gees Mrs. W. J. S. Cart and the most extensive in the county.-, tthree mdnuifces the audienice cheeredand member"of kVaaneot.1n' the Union .:"'

be expended to tbe county border- near the door, but it will came only if Mr. S. IL Bullock. It is an Island of Gainesville Sun. yelled and rw&ved their halts Over Srttereat for iyleabury; :'

line. It is sofld that ft med to be about hundred acres lying opposite
a it is not In use. a The recent frosts, while exceedingly and aver again ithig little Southern The Baron was,an intimate friend ti
feat worth bragging about for a farmer Kiss nmee, about two miles away, and ,
beneficial a'nd' welcomed by our people general ,tried to begin IMs speech and of.. ihe Prince, of '. It was during.:
to to town with four rich surrounded witha
get bales ofocftton m a hJantmtnck I 0
from a sunbtiary point bare over and over (again he was compelled she Prinee't last visTt Da Waddeson,'
,. a" on a wagon drawn by four Care of the Window Garden. belt of grazing land and beadh. to wait for the dheers to Then
the stop.
proven quite detrkmenttial to hyacinths near 'Ayieabory' the seat of_ .Baron: i.
t atones, but now he thinks nothing of Directions for caring for the window Oranges are moving fast from the that infest the river. Big fields the band .played Dixie, and once-more Bathac-hiW, hart he injured his knee. "< ,s

?; bringing six bales on a wagon drawn I garden are often confusing to the section around' Sanford, and bringing of this aquatic pest that 'were green the crowd broke ado frantic cheers. The Baron was a 1aviah( host and' -] :

'r by bwo.S amateur, there are some things that good prices. The train on the Sanford and luxuriant prior to the ," General Wheeler eulogized the Pres- terUa D kl tine queen in 1890. His.death:';-

; -n I must be learned by experience.The and OvSedo branch of the Plant System pherlc coolness" are now sere, withered Idemrt, and expressed his great pleasure was sodden.. It was supposed he was f*,
, ,, The editor has a charter from the in two days brought in 550 boxes at the reception to Mr. Mc- '
one end in view is to keep the and In a dying condition. This given only.suffering from la severe cold.

fiatte to aot asUoormotfor oomm plants healthy, to do this one must for shipment' to New York and Plwladelphfia. only applies to the foliage however,, IWo.'Iev- -bv- Georgia.Iidbieatn .

t :, ntty. He will get the paper out iwnieUow know the requirements of each plant The fruit is getting more as the bulbs and nnnfitealmaa, bnir- febponded(to loud mils withan CUBE FOR CONFEDERATE SOD-

y -I and stand up for the town ai.d and give them a dally inspection. An bhtan $2 per box to the grower, so that like roots below tihe surface of the impassioned speech 'to which be DEEES.Representative .

wfhoop it up for you when you run for a shipment of 300 boxes yields as drew the atjteatficn of his hearers '
.t hour a day is sufficient to care for water still retain heir .wonted vitality not Rixey of Virginia in- .
I \ office and lie about your Ug footed son quite a large window garden. The much as 800 boxes did, on an average and potency, whffldh Will assert Itself -- only to tae ibravery of the American .trotJufced a b4Q for the admission of '

i ; \ when, he gets a %\ a week job and temperature should be kept as even as i before the freeze. with renewed vigor with the advent soWera and sailors, but to the chivalry Confederate, Ian well ns Union soldiery ,.+'

': weep over your shrti.elddaoul: when It possible, not allowed to run up to 85 The sale of the acre of pineapple .r pr1ng. This nuisance seems and bravery of'tthe Spanish soldiers to all HoWJers.l homes,arid Government .

x .Is released from Its grasping body and and 90 degrees during the day and plants which was mentioned as beingIn to be endowed with perennial longev- especially to AUoniral Cervera. JlHltmitiPDIB maintained by the GOT-' ,'1

:w' ", smile 1It'our wife's second marriage.Don't : then fall to degrees at night. To process of negotiation beltween Mr rty, and! proposes to spend it in our Generals Sbatfterand Lawton scarcely eminent; Attibbngh somewhat line' .

s' ,"W worry about the editor; he'IgeSt keep the atmosphere moist place a E. F. Sperry of this city and Mr. S. C, waters unonoledted. "Pafetka Adver more 'ttihiara bowed their acknowledg- wfttih the,'. '. suggestions.in.his' s

Sw along. The Lord only knows how pan of water on the stove, all plants Goading of Jtofefton, wfafo is a recent arrival tiser. anentb tb.'the jdauddlts and the meet- speech alt lAtlanDa, whMh referred 'to1
-but somelujw. <
.. ;,, , : -.Exdbange. love a moist atmosphere. House plants ait Winter, Park, has been con The Governor has during tihe past ing closed twftih a abort speech from Government dare of Confederate cem->

An InvenJbive genius has1 come to the must have fresh air, but they object to 'I aumated. The deal Involved the purchase week made the following civil appoint Governor Johnston of /a liiwfljnoh dterfes*;fihe Iffixey hill refers to living t

s ;. women's assistance with a' very In- cold 'draughts, and all crevices about of 8,577 plants by Mr. Goading,, merits: J. W. Higgins, of San An- he referred to his fitiates honor! ex-Confederated who are "maimed, a

genSons'contrivance and made ,it poseifble the windows 'Should'be.. made a: airtight and the lease of the land upon which tonio, to be justice of the peace fur 1n possessing two such distinguishedsons I crippled !or needy. '

for a win tb curl her naturally as possible and the fresh air allowed they are growing at the old South the fifth district of Fiasco county, vice as 'Wheefler and Hdbson. ______. __

r'ill ; ; . tftraffght locks and yet not be ,a to' come in through, an adjoining Florida Fair grounds south of this Henry }fa1ogt'. resigned. Giles E. tin the beaultisrolly decorated dining Lat. riy THE CAUSE.

.' 'roonv House plants are subject. city. The amount paid was at the Martin of Mikesritle to be a notary roara of ,the KSmball House in t the I
-. ; guy during the process. Ibis Is, done The police have under arrest Joseph -
to attacks of insects more during the I rtrte of $3,000 for the acreage, or over WilliamH. evening, Hhe Mfctntte"peace< jubilee, I
r. ,." -: 'try the use of a sett of barplns and public for the State ait large. w. Pearson, la printer, ,twenty-six .:- ,
< winter than other time. A hot $2,700 for the number of plants named wihtoh brOngbt (
1 moll rods and bite of baby ribbon of any Knowles of Pensaccfta, to be a notary ydira of tage, who made a violent attack .:;*
,: 'the hue desired. The hair is wound'In dry atmosphere will cause the red above. public for the State at large. denrt Of itheUnfrted SttateB,8everal membei1s on .the (Britt Qi embassy with' 'b.' .
,spiders to come in hosts to Maj. Robert Clarke who came into < of the Cabinet and many distinguished .
; preventthe William H. of to
-,; and oat on 'a rpm and a piece of: Fleming, liberals I bricks wfefeh the flung into the, drawing ' :
ravages of these a sprinkling every Orlando last week is getting right be for the State a.t (figures of the war with Spain
ribbon which has Hs two ends left a notary public van in which members of toe, 1t
\' other day with the Tyrian sprinkler, down to business. He has secured land J. T. of to and resulted in (the utterances by the
out. When this is completed the ends large Maypoles, Mllligan, family of!\ Sir Julian Tauncefote were
!I or, if this is lacking, a common whiskbroom In the Tucker woods for a pinery and Executive iw&fah bfave-cemented hard. :
.. of rfiUbon are tied in a pretty little be a notary public for the State at seated Miss Pauncefote was struck
good. I souse the plants that will proceed at once to get H readyfor and fast the (bonds ibetween the North 1
F. Bttlbch of JMoniston to
bow W.
tbe large. ,
? hairpin sHppeVJ' out, and by a brick, but fontamaijely its force. _'
are email enough in a tab of tepid ph nting. He expects to put in end South was broughtt to a flUting
there with be treasurer '
i yon are, your hair done up county for Levy county was somewhat spent,.and she escape -
on water,placing a cloth over the pot to about two acres this winter and enlarge from January 3, 1899, for two yean, close "by an eJaJboralte banquet. Covers witch a slightly injured ankle.. Sever'
the dirt l later It is to were ibid (for three hundred.
prevent tumbling out. One on. only necessary vice J. M. Stewart, treasurer-elect de-
I windows were smashed, and the:mag*'
t Queen WSlhelmina'tt coronation robe a month use kerosene emulsion in make an investigation to be convinced ceased November 26, 1808. IL C. Bailey,, cut glass of(the main entrancedoors snificent J.

z alas embroidered in Ain sttettlam by six: place of pure water. The emulsion is that there is money in growing pine- of Miami, to be a notary public for: RIOT IN BAV.VNA.rihree was (broken and ruined. The ;
\ the best thing I know of for keepingthe '.-Orlando Reporter.An Cubans 'were kilted and one
under the State at W. Red-
the
yotfng women guidance of large. George total daonage, it fia estimated, will. 'i
jt' 'plants free from insects. The exitra session of the Miami city; Spanish Officer and two Cubans S
:w the Hn Art'JTeefllewbrk School. It UsaSd dick of Portland, to be Inspector of amount 'to $700.
; -. the .these. girls spent three plants should never be set in the sun- council was foetid last week,for the purpose timber and lumber' for Walton county wounded in Havan in am affray between ;

months'. exticntlng the work, stitching shine when the foliage is wet. The of taking into consideration the Last Wednesday night the shingle Spanish officers off duty and a The police surgeons examined Pearson ;
r best core for in the soil is lime advisability of fire de- number Of catfizen' and a party of Cubans and found ,that he was imw De. ,He
t hard all day. The train of rich j worms organizing a mill of Mr. 0. A. Budding-ton, together Saint
,/ \ 'water.. Almn water is good also, use partment.? Miami was visited once cream satin ,was out and made up by with about 85,000 shingles were
f a heaping teaspoonful in a quart of with a disastrous fire, which destroyed Then to Ton account of the dearth of Asylom 'ifomorrow. Next week themarKhal's M ,
a Paris? mtadfhfce visited by the young consumed by fire. It is not known *
water. :A dose of soot three or four more than a block of buildings. Gen. Galixtto Oancia Wt Was&inglton. jury "till pass on the case:
't"
: Queen daring her stay in the capita: just how the fire originated, but presumably -
a'few montha'ago, when her measaremenrtts times daring the/winter will much after the matter was discussed at from the furnace. The fire ,The Spanish troops an duty intervened

}sere tiakwn. The embroidery improve the' .appearance of the plants.To length l't was resolved to organize a must have broken out between 12 and and (restored order.EXSENATOR SECRETARY BLISS .TO RETIRE. *

"know bow much water to give ap'Jant. fire department. T. G. Ryan, an experienced It is stutetl, that Ex-Governor Merrl -,
,> t on the robe ts 'BemnsJssance in character 2 o'olocik, for Mr. J. Doyle, who sleptat
'one must be. acquainted with fireman, was elected chief. BRICE DEAD aim of 'Minnesota, whb 'has peen In *
and carried out In gold and silver the mill, says that when he retired,,
: 'threads. 'The Queen's beat dresses the plant, some varieties require more The city has purchased hose carts and about midnight there was no evidence FomJer United States Senator Calvin W TaBhington for some dkjys. is under '

hhherto been made 'in'Vienna water than others ,those potboundmore appliances but bias had no regularly of fire anywhere albout the premises S. Drice did' eIt 3:15 oVAook Dec. BPi orus conbHlerottfion for the post of '

rwyt than T ,those with plenty of pot. organized department. except in the furnace, but about 2:20 15th itt has residence in New York of Setrettiary of the Interior when Secretary -*

a .F ,So Injurious tile on a torpedo boat room. .89,all 1 can say'is, water when IMudh as been staid and written as he was awakened by the roaring of pneumo. iH e contracted a severe Bl'fss J retires from that office. Governor

, . ." > that! a year* continuous: service .will needed.though_this 'may' .sound something to the proper prbnuncialtSan of ") the flames and found ,tihe mill all cold a week ago. I Merrfam is a warm personal and

i mentally and physically incapacitate a like "at long., ,as a piece of ami. It should be pronounced as 1 1wrTDten if ablaze. He was nubble to save anything On Friday feat he took to his bed, .political friend of the ,Prewdeai and

:-+ t '5 man. This'assertion fe made on the ruing.larden and .F .. Ml-e -mee, the meaning of barely escaping himself by; and on Monday morning his physician 1| is well locfalted in a g wgroiphlcaJ senses

,z 4 .s. utbntty-af, Lord Charles Beresford, -- winch ra flowing waters. Miami Is noon jumping through a window barefooted. said thn/t/ pneumonfia had developed. Re-naltbr.Darts has opposed his; selecb7on 4

4 that'the stev .ITRE..TY' known medurtil science' for imponthnit portions in ,t2J1,ad-
n on any One servlnj i-"rr whlat might be called a boom, but He fast three pairs of shoes some Everything '

s,' a'tffeMe.craft faTery{ great i* shown e'. J $ WAY.- wherever you go the buzz of the saw clothing' and about $12 in cash but was done to sore him, but he grew 'IT trtJtion. >but it is tbmigliVwi'hhilraw mqt\. -

',,,, fcylttiefact; '. to one month' iaer :'The'President;wiH., ibmtt the peace tfnd crack of tihe hammer are heard fortunately most of his clothing and steadily worse. this oppbaitlop.y. :.i
; vice the .BrttWh nUval i"'kllonr : I I II & i L 3W
regutrtkH treaty'to _
# one week off Austria is endear ent session-that much'has .been def vdhexw/erected, as well as places of conflagration occnred last Friday :: GEN. MJ-ajRTTT JIETORNED. ,'
5 oring to mhSgate the hardship of seiTfce .rdtftenmued..uPo. The text Is S business and tiheire is everywhere an right the loss Bald have been much Caj.-Gen.. W' dey Merritt( late commander ,V wagon cv-nttniirfflvg eig'bt peroit

5: f ; on tiheBe-boate, and life- oa oneS sill tacking In Washington, and as thecoumdasioners I air of prosperity.I greafter as there were then nearly of the ted Skates military "'" Mtiim-k' by a aqua on ifie Pennayl---,--y

1.built for the Austrian nary and tried base not itthoughtt,proper ] The One grinding season is abouover. 400.000 shingles on the, dock, about forces in the rttiifiprane' Inland-, from \1.:1j rsilr" 1-tt'bile.tlttrrwootl tirol t.' r

-y t : ; ;si'n' the,Thames recently:was drmooitftrsttto = -,to entrust' the document to the .While acme of those who have i:i :moooo of which were Ahippedjon t1JJda.1. 'wJb'iOO post he ww oallellto Puns_ to ln
be pleaf antflrthanon,those maiht'wllLetott. ;i 4phWashingtonbe. ,raised much.cane rind mode many bnrreJj -,_' We unden tand"rhat there.wa"no" '. camr wiUi the Amerittra pence comeached ..JJon.. were l"fk1 and ivntech: ""

' yet M ._K iertl navy. .. *e nest r rdar of sugar in the past have curtail- )totortTwev=-flreen Cora Spri ng. nidsaloiens, New York on and two others 'serioaily injuredplaDt& .

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f I. r ANEPOE'. . TIME. ,- LIMB FOR 'THE SOIL. v il GOOD SPGGESTION3.;' : J -;-=:, --- '- | i1 cTf ? SaIe.t -

I !.,} Mme. Mel.ba. a.good oarswoman,. The )harvest supper has various names ', ,, An Iron:companion Ohlb hafi
,
; ;;" tnd she i* fond vf rowing on the'upper in England, among them bt'ingtbe raell One form of lime gypsum has been Try erauberriea'o ,malaria. succeeded.making;. fine quality""ol! are flg1de t lad, oo* acremdiy.uulUviosmd .

.. '' i-reach of the Thamek harvest and harveat shown to be a most effective corrective sement f lomf.f atnace:'J lag., : Acmes pfoe,4a raj '
;.. -L' "_ '_r'. ;-._ supper supper, Try a 111t bath for rbtumatism SderSuItIvatIoe.'Your.rooun
\ L. of black found of boo (
in I tog **
alkali some parts
:. [<'" i PiIn etouIs: oft England sing home. ila the United &tate.It Try clam broth for a weak stomach. By 'z ea ifIfoughenthg.ocisieeentlydiscov: 1n'goroaditIou. 31tnatedtW.ufle '-V

: 'j\. ; ?comicbngk.very;charmingly but al7 Windsor, the farmers always Try cranberry: poultice for erysip-" ,glaWmay- now bemoldedtntd'i west ot Coeoannt Grove,two rates from .5 -?'

; tow only her Intimate frienda to hear crown the last load of the season with is impossible to state definitely elas. ;' jigths and used' .as fallA -, sehooin&hborboo& Twohan- ,
.,ae r f' : : flowers, and an image dressed to represent : for'all locations and conditions what v way ..1epeil'1 "_'*. i- S -dredfndttreeiabsrlngW.Uaad''farm1niIapLements. ;

'., Jt I. *aid:that there is one medical CerN, is borne in a procession.' form of lime is cheapest to use. Caustic Try"throat gargling. lager'beer- for cure of :German'inventor has pate t d'ajlock ' : TCT1&s.$1h -4 -

: .-, lady practicing in the West end of Lon.Ionwho The United States ia about the obly .or quicklime, is.the most concentrated tore r ri 'for,att.l men.to telephone initrupients'Avhich ... or$I.Owfib-$5OGeuIba1ane.wo I.-.

.. ? like t which has established form and consequently the Try eating fresh ndll"e.. and, eJ- : has levers.Jlp.be set v rest. 5I't '
: ; .,. : ; :earn something 4,000. country no bar- '
-.- Jii. *_.- fciC! customs. In most economical to handle. low, turnips for gravel. I. % % for'the number i'of'minute ',conterM.'
; 't ;) i' vest some parts harvest
: .of I Try saliva lien trOubId : !& :_
( .yjJ,:Miss" Lucy C. Benedict who died I celebratIons are held. but wehave no Lime in the form of carbonate swallowing deslfedrtbe coonejction with'tbether' ; 41
lime, in marl, Woodvashes etc., can. with sou: stomach, ., ; 'when
T ;rhorrt time ago wa on*of the-pipneer: tradition such a.they have abroad. as p >_ .to! \ :instrument_ bei "gbroken ( Ml
usually be applied with safety in the Try'eating onions 'and horseradishto the time expires.; .
-> ;l ew.pape'r.women. of,NewYork city. Bavaria the last sheaf is fashionedinto : "-
spring or at city other season of tileyear reliev'dropsical-swellings./it* 1 For lieatfnEwaterwhCreiiit Dk t it'
.f kUltUZ&lritlflw1.bfrIpeet&ty. "the shape of a human being; witha : PrIbth

,&C .. _- ';- The ilrrt w paTan ha presented herself stick in one.'hand.a: wreath on its but autumn i. always the safest Try buttermllk foV thre'moa1offreeklestan Connected with tbe..toye' . new. tankjfi _ .,_ Sji3

for thedegitre doctor of philosophy headandar'o_ it the pt'a ant Knee1 time to apply caustic or slacked lime. and'bntternut stains. i a designed to replace the first section New Nortliern Korid! Afr14fle'd

'; f;" In"Berlln university and has submitted in prayer, not"to the image;'but to the The use of lime as a roil improver is Try the croup tippet when a child ia )f aioveprpe.'and is'formed of double ., p1orid&TrnnkIAne '

;.f: her thesis. She is a Fraulein SupremeBeig.. very ancient, and its value for this likely.to be troubled with cr6up.Try ',section of 'sheetlrbnwithla, 'compartinent .

purpose is generally recognized. Its hot flannel the-seat of for'the water and titaudout'Ietpipei. ___
Neumann' and her subject I* physics. In some parts of England it is the over neuralgic > "
action as a fertilizer is both direct and ... 4 ': Nou1Nos6't.KoflHWt NoeltI
; pain and < : : _
: : In proportion to Its population the custom tothrow water over the good- renew frequintlf.Try : : '
: Daily Daily + ZO1T. :_ Dallj Dafl .
.," -', United Kingdom hAs greater number. natured IctIms'who ride in the cart indirect. There are many soils in. taking cod liver oil in.tomato An English,inventor; kai patented a a_ -_- - s :

:;; :.f of 'women worker* than any othei bearing the last'of.the grain and the which lime is deficient notably in catsup .if yon, want -.to make it'pala! if claying,vest to be,worn'on sea vpy'iges. .s 1J stot LvJeksouflh..Ar s4 1Za* 5p542a s -

4 t country, and-c'among them.no' fewer ipprt seem 10,afford as much merri- soils derived from granite mica schist, table. \ which.It shaped like anlordinary: ,, lisp Ar.7ernandIns..Lv lass lmp '

-; than 616,000.ar* **t down a/dre--' 'ment to the drenched. a* to the drench and sandstone formations. On such Try hard elder' a wineglassfnl three lest and.may be worn"ai such, Inflattble ', Rt.': 'BninswIck...Evereu. .7s i4e S45pa. ,-' i
soil lime is of direct value in
:1' makera..t "" ir er*. At supplyIng times a 'day-for ague and rheuma pockets being providedwhlclz"areIlled 1l01pUp'8snnnab" 1 441P'J2p
:
'.' :' l1ii* \ a necessary element of plant food. with airsthrojjgh:a-mouthpiece *35; Le..SavannahL..A s1 44op
Mrs.. Alic*< :Crns. Who i* it. l1e1eat; anthp'rltie*regard the han tism. 155 i5i ArF&1rfsx,8OLv Clii Ilp2 , -
,;i' the.ervlcbf theSn4thonfnintltuitlon ( eat 'festival' as bf rJewish Origin and The frequency with which liming Try taking a nap in the afternoon if carried in the pocket and'attached tcfs 249a .Dsazr ,.. *)4 1smp ,-
should be practiced depends tube connected wlth'the'luterior ol sea. AugnstsO&11*
.
X' ; at Washington,'i*the most unique" ther nation*followed the custom of of- among you are going o.be''out., 'late in the ' '4p e4a .Coiumb4sLOW 57 555
other things upon the character of. hev. 0 =__ _ : .... 1l. ,
t ,," tnhabitf t.'of'Daw pn>rfibe wear*,* fering up the first fruits of,their fields the soil and the rate t-f application evening. -.' - Svsrtanborg"145 C-I - .
.. buckskitt abitblocmersofth&jam to their goaL 'When the'harvest was Try '
> (: tbero- breathing thefumexof; turpentine SECRETS'OPLONOLWET sta
the number of involved in ;
04. material' ltdvle*>th4rlegMn :Slit ,over the head*,of Jieathen families l were tation years and. carbolic acid to relieve.whoop \ 10431 I$5 1042 1210P* 'OTSeflbOD"8s5busi. i.m., $ i i *' 4t,*i:
practiced the"plants
:\: 'likei.frontier;te* and.expect*:ta: wont to f east;with the servants. This grown ing cough. vfl." t I \ ,\ liMp 15O Dsaylfle.Ta.p': S7i Ik.
Eghthoui'si'eep. ;:
with her boot*w ..qr "r.-, -i ,>* led,to,the harvest cupper which is now their order of succession. As a general Try a cloth wrung out'from cold ,_.;:. .' ] s.* 1Rlcbinood' IlOOn 2OOS .
i rule it may be stated that from one Bleep youIrihtsIde.c ,I
-. 'Ia the high chool of.Sweden boy ,celebrated. J* half to one and one-half tons of lime water'put about the.neck at night. for before bleakfst.ae4,1nk4mik. "
and girls are educated.1u: the'amt, In'It agriculture'haa.made little a spre throat. ." >- Exercise '- : 5542* 5 .Wuhthgtc.. lies oso .
; ] per acre every five or six years is .suffi ii 9; ..Bs1tImors.-- Isp.lOlia
< classes.::Nearly all the telegraph telephone -: progress yetthe season of the harvest cient.-American Try:an extra pair of,stockings outside : For. > 2 bU14etpbta. 7 U6s '
-"" and post'office are in the hands i* made one continual festival. The Gardening. of your shoe when- in .DaUy exercise in the open air.; '1543p 1285 M KewYetk ISISi 4p -
traveling
\; 'of women ,Lately they have'lnvaded>1 mountain toilers "gather in Rome acd HOW DISHES WERE NAMED cold. weather. .' : Live In'th4:Co 1trj lf you can. *. !5OLlSOp!P Lvz.iseks ovlfle,42 Ip* 1p se* -

even theateftmship: service. "sOn.thelevel leave the city in companies,white oxen, V Try waUOng ,with .-our hands behind Have a mat to Jour,bedroom door.: $Op Ar..nveeu.-Lv 73OS1I5U.

:::' :HeUlngfor to- St. ..Petersburg: decorated with bright ribbons, draw- The sandwich is call d for the earl of you if you find yourself.]. becoming ,Have ;frequent'a'nd short holiday: 4 i05 S 415aAttants.44* .'9h1151500554'" ttM.ifss.I phiCo : ,

: th i-,,' ,'1o waiter, but only;wajtiewrd. ": Ing their carts._, Altare are erected In Sandwich. bent forward. Keep your '
.! But onry steward-' the'field* andmass, celebrated. TulLe ]Mnlligatawney from an East Indian Try a silk bandk rchlef-onr' the ,' .*' TV -4f: : aM leaved JaeksoBvO* 1pmTa 6 S2

: :eu&n4& ioiabutfemlacoqks.j . eenh1lgahglD g.' dancing and feasting word meaning pepper water. face when. obU'edp'.f' against a ,r: Eat little" meat aeleith.atIUiwefl2o ". ett lM at 7:4S 4iS and p.BM arrtve FandasstSpaXver.*Bnnuwlek at i Ato.i.No. ..
'- conclude the celebration. ld. . sn1vet at KvertUat 7 a-m ., : ;
piercing wind. .
Waffle is from wafel a word of Teutonic ShewalL. -'
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DoJTswqa.TuEousEwIF; ,, leaver Y.rmn4In&a.m.,arrives Tide tM .. -
: "' ', origin. meaning honeycombe. 'Do..J1o''ll. & jour:.bedstead against s.aaduvMJscksosvWsMs.da.m.- .
ART AND ARTISTS.Two l
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LITTLE '
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.' . PACTSABOUT' OPLB.: , ; ; -f Nos.31,11aids7aakaoaa.etIosaIceBrunswick
Hominy is from anhumInCatheNorth ; _. :;
Don.'jt fall give the caUerha' Bnnswk'4 and ,
: to. anteing *b>
-.2r *fromahraoup bf food tea with portrait by Bembrandt have American,word for, parched Corn :; : # ._ >Avoid1 intoxicants,, which .:destroj 5:40 p. C respeettveJy.x For iew Orleans trahi,
.some jQov.IJewellyn'Poweraa .of.Maine:is leaves JackaoBviie 9.-4S a.BL wttt Gjroo lisle t
; r ,' a'cracker or a thin slice of bread and Just been added to the British national Gooseberry fool is a' corruption ofgooseberry ,df by profession. . -'thOse eUL1; '-t r /; : -; ers,.-arriving law' Odesns7aa.Osly -

: butter True.ho pitality,show* itseU i tonic milled or ,pressed < :: 'Watchthe1Lthre eti. psdrfajMng throoKb'steeper:HB Arrives Aekaottva -
jallery. *
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:;; Clarence Orea thou ,
j4r
; chancellor froaeworaflssscp.
of
often,far*:simple rtftctibn.I rDon't .:The 'British, museum! ha* bought a gooseberries. *-J Corea;is Califqrnian: w, 4 !water damp and drains r ;. .d -Lu7IQ c&z mv. ; ,

k. ;*nttrt ln.;jour.friend with'1h sollectioa'of: drawings the late Forcemeat is a corruption of farce .Conareuman.WUUam' % "i ,Limit your 'ambition. ", and keep you'" !Ko.55 and SftiTmst XsfC: SIe p r' between
,meat from the French farce;stuffing, :Alden Smith ..temper. : ': > -o-- New York and Jaskscc'1Uesz4 to* .Cac'Mir -
: (t 'clever 401..ob ,: f' ,- ? and ,dulL :lude the originals .of.,manypf/Dfi;;' ; 'JLe\j meat for stuffing. . r. "* Michlgari wat a newsboy-In- GrandRapId..I20yearsigo . ,- 'Eat plenty of fruit Yo'feed the cells 81ep ryl and Atbevffle S earyThrongh. -epersbatwu.cJsekaonvifle - -- -

T r-- Everyone;iblf1.and UtUe\speak; Tf ox JlaurleSbes\'Jcion':: ? >*r- {:;.,Succotash ,is, a dish bolr wed. ,from ;: fJ' which destroy-disease'gerrn*,.; sad N.e Toit in' 4
.
blmulf&nd, verjroftenclever'children 'o. u."J,':_' a .',' ?o ;, !.- the Narragansett Indiana and called by, Connecticut. GerrisonY4Shaflaconyjet itate' :: ; In the A.No' cold\tub InlthV o iI J but abath Jsekaoovulft 8. i S.7 and 14 and wUh Tampa.Pea6lrcpsrsween' : _?- -

: '4J'hi prison,knows all ofShakespeare's of the Ko.86 carries the Clat&nattaal Florida ll ; '
: Ire.eneJ. ; : remarkable:sttementJtn6w .tbewzn'slekquitash. ./ ; aithetemperature body.xv'
< plays This Is to Jacksonville No. '
? Ited. B.
;;& LA. Don't Jan: oaacnoirledg*ai Inrlt*' gpfngv:about: that 'since'MeHsotiier',* Blancmange means literally; whit learned them..dur1ngtheiisi4 by:heart,having ; .Allow no petlanimals. :In'your,ttringrooms. A.0.MeDONXLL.bngeht Geu.PMi.ASs.bv,."- , '. it,

., -r, (Uon-i*Ifoott-as iqeceivftd/ tardy.re--. : death;hisiplctnr'es are rapidly9 depfe- food;henee chocolate blancmange. "istomething nisimprisonment.I .*; "" >f''* *years" -H.Esterhafy'a <; .- They ar(apt' .to.-carry'about ; -

1'4 ,ioiDct1m ''uupardolllbletUke'ln I elating*In*vmlue'. andi only'the most oif a-mUriomerT ' ::: -' : toraH, ; : ,;lisjase germs. 1 ;. V 1'f"** : : 4LstLSZIItI..
jiistiflcatibn
..: : the answering personal let; ,!''moderate,prices are being realized for .Charlotte is a corruption the old ; thlhe' -

_: .- J + ;,t UPM rV aslted'few .'ani c.1D( .oft a eoftr.e Sssed ,. '.-' I those picture* still in":the.$ >hands-* of bkwIdo4" English-word$ chariyV:Which means- *is adishoftustard braced has |done his'in maxim the Dreyfuaciiekim: "A"soldier shouldplace" :'.,.'f.: ,,.'_\ S---'.J- ;' 1, . : :' f''' <* "

; xpr and charlotte rums '
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.-::- \l:. .. ,:"Don't! talk eontlffuallT;about'yonr' -; Bembrandt aociety' .of Holland: Russian! ,charlotte., f.f' sword', at'the, conscience.disposal fas,.of hIa.we1iis'tIs. pert r. ;Flotida East 'Cis-Rc
husbsnd-.what hslIliea nd bedoent ; which held its :
: what yearly meetInglatelyatAmsterdamreportssxpendItuie! Macaroni J is taken from a Greek derk officers." " *!y%** : ,
.< lilte f : of . '
; n1tdlscII IJDlt- nt1 which means"the blessed dead, f ,.'
:. I .eriIn: ta.e\i theyIr of.nojuterut: .OU'A rln'l during ibe year,upoi'the .In allusion! to the Vncient custom:;oleating. that tThe of longest Robert courtship rfcordwas '' .:.. jri1fz AB12,NO. is, IN mwr'MxilIe.UTh . y
Tiylorpomtniasteyat _
; to'anodyaudpartitularly..to other purchase': : :"paintings: which would 'at _
feasts for the dead. '
.It ; Scares, Ireland. vHe courted his BOUNDa..dDow., ) II KOBTa BOOKD'(XM4U V.
'women witlTtheii the1"collect . : lady 1 ,
,who art engrossed , otherwise 1avegone: ,Into -: '
_
: Gumboils *fmplyokrVoup? gumbo (love ,fdf 4. --5
and ,
V ., and been ; W years married her in -i.--- S IW..SW $
t' 4JWIU. tions -pf forelgn'pure1iuera name which olCra Is oftenknownIn L STATIONS,) a
the ;
,;.; ,Doa'f.wh,. iWUnf-take.;the hosts lost to'" the Datch;nation.,.. being' ; south.by Chicken: 1872. when his age was 108. He recently : . _, _ :Q1'' 1cz1r

the gumbo ( died,in his one hundred: and thirty* : r _...... __ ..... ..... rriw4)O
:;. chair; monopbH* hi* detk,' his i.;. Nearly :'all* the', recently: 'deceased Ly ;. u_ .".I yt _.._ ._.
uiurp ,
.- ; morning" paper and keep up a continual. .English 'artists. havel' left.good-sized is.soup,of okra and chicken. .Vj' l'| fonrthyear.. r" _. 1 4;o.t V-j jv ::::::::::. =::::.::f: :.-:::: t::.: S 541s O :
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,' cuiteu-sa4. makes his fortune*. Edward 'Annitage"wa$ CONCERNINOWOMEN. Thomas Hardy said ttf have adopt. :ifli. '." :;: .:.4- ........-s. .......-.-..' .-....I....."... 4Iz
:. ap- : id-'the following formed.replytype.: p r A.1'._.......... ............Pal&1 ... ....... ... .r..L
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.t- 4 'pcaranceBusy; men at the enel of the worth Jl.582,510;; Sir. hll'OUbert.$11,- ", J J""fcj writfentoaU 41OrO45e Y......::;.." ..........:.. tlai.-.Jir..r' ..:.,;.;r..>...:.:...ArIC2p 5
.. day"ilk*qultand! ; : the polite;>visit 01LA .. 157,820; "Sir',Jobn E.,M U1t85.995; ,The two'bank r* Burlington, w11.,' requests for autographs:: -rj ij .: .rA: .1' .., .-.. Wata..4..,, ..... .
r o" t Sir Edward 3 ieo$267,46S3.; -Sifr :.t)tr. Hard'wUtbe :pleased:'to I sD C SOi LY...,.. ......Y.s.D K.t. _...rn. .....'.1'-r. S ir
: are managed by women. l ;' sIgn any of his books you1 may forward 1 i*: TL Lor.. ......... ..... ..fh. .... ... .... ,
? speak: : i.vPear,on 259,729' ; ;Lord .Leighton '., !MrKTJulia: Ward Bowe'a 'remlniscencei > ' '' :-.-; --1... .. I ....... ... H .-: 1_,
.Don't.givelsbTorati,41: ir* -whenyon'tave ., W39.1W;. ,W/Ci; ,T, .Dobsbn, _'$$,540; ; > for the. nrposeX ; y! : -y* ; : I :. .:1..e"7toaa ...........t ;.
;.tp b published 100 ,';wW beAccompanied -* r.-'':-::--0 ,. .- /.', : ...:.."._ ..". .. Oraace.... ., ..t"t i' .
j to"strain:.a'pointl One'good 3t cylfarlcr;' ,9t6., and:PhiUp iH.Calderon : .
; : 'i by: volume: of her PHILIPPINE .... ., .. Jew Bm..7I'M.. '
," ml*.i*' alHbli' will-remlated ; 3t,5l5;' ''1 a ; [ -:y TRADEHOTE9L,_. -:- . .... 2 .. ..1.O.........,..!...kUW. i. I ._. -
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poems, partly, selectloni'from former.collection's .0't.. _ t < ,' -. ..:.....;.__,....,....... _Tlt1II'rU1e. i. ., ..... I4' 1 _... '
; :homfi.Ld..eh meal.even If a clmpic < : ._. ...__.. ... ..: -
-1-- not'be- : .. SHp49p I ....
and-partly .verse There but bne'rsilrpadiB the PhI1 5. : ..
WAR SOHGSfo THE NATIONS. ... .T- .. .. .. . .
hav. .. .
dlihe
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one --- .
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; jweltcooked.foodgbid \ 'I r 1- :_ : 1'.:. .' Tof : puottsheoVSlt entitIed.Mlrom ippinea'from3Unila: Dagupin a distance :: .47p '.'.....-...-. ...,......Rock1, r. :.... ttl"f', :.r.--.._. 11 .-. .,
'. -. in qualityT"nd 'In. .' 'iraceVof : JP : Suxiet Eidge:'.Poemi Old and NewT r of 23 miles.;. '. ; .; .....- 418p428p . ..!.!-.......t.Ea1tGal..::. ..wr.J.! ....C .
Spain many Bpmanwar6ngare'tobe S ._ ,. .
flator : for the'tltw la invited : : . ..
: ""-" "V : -1t'JO
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", : found. .ii=: $&?-, -. Ii,; i1 thaMcCuilagh 'WIlliazOsewYotkthefir&tlieizeo1$3O9: .'The tJnite'd! 'Stales:tra5e'with. the ..". I lip : .-f4....".t-.. ,.. .:. t-' -;. ." '' ; ,
iatth.Xtrsp1at.needb.; thipnlyadditionsAmerican .. 104 ._ .. .......
4r Queen 'Spanish.and.Poriugueae;war:*png* ' ', sl ds-duiixigI897. amounted. to.J4)83J40. .,- .. '..:. ssc; -=...-..,:...;...,.-,.-_._...:..ort DIr..--.iIo..h.. \ :,
; i i. i" ' jrHICKHAMES TwereT called ID, ,aabortstOryeOntea:: recently .imports and 194,5,97 exports.-:' ..u. : ..--..-.'.....".....:..-- .....&" _.-........ \HID'f..' Cli .. ...
Tomancfros. -] Cu . ...i. ..., ... ...l-- _t . ;. .
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; closed tby:the. St McClure. syndicate; ,The :'increase ,shown .during- the 4. : M. .f..... _. .. .;. .!. -If ..t. '.5'
:4 OF STATES.' fte..Turb'MT no'war songs except ; ; 'i...:. 'tng ::... _....._ 8taart..t'iobe s
: :'were' ; ; .. .t"....:'. ... .. ;. .:... .... _
: 'translated 1her VoVer; ;2,000 competitors month of February of the present -. t I '.. -. -. ,. _-, 801ua4. ,. . II
other year
thoe;they1 haye .from state in the'union -..._;. 152! a.....>................. 11Q1ttel'..P.... ......
-c Alikbama, Cotton .itate f.-lrk;; tongutsk 1 '. t' representing every. ; in"the- customs;:of.'Manila,',compared ... '-J..M.. W.PtJDa .' .,.:'
Bear: state 'Califbrni't3olden stater TbeCidtttten1nth&twe1tthcefl.turyhaaalwayebeen* t The)1.'prlzHJOO; *lo>wenttowo : a with Jthatin: 'the same period rf 1897.jmounts ., -_.... : .;;.....;; '.".. ."" .u.toIL..J..;. \. ______ !
r ; .. .. ... .. ..J'orLa1ld _
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Miss Hitt of Nebraska : ' 11 .
aii. a / to.s .
CoIoradoCentennIslttateConneet1- 1. 40iD1irinr'18 : : ... :r.
1 ; .the'martial
: .cutNutmeg*.. ,.' .' ipiration ptjhe'Spaniard*.: / C *" .*',Mrs. :o/1L'P; ..1i lmont'I suiito-be' there:wa| u'w'reue in ::: Art\J:.::::=:.;_: siZ\ : Z:.. .i:.' .; -

. t ,Rhode :nd'Uttle'Ehody rI ; ,South, 'Julius 8. hac his mei sing" songs, welt Versed in architecture" and house* the'export h'tmp'from.the' : Philip- BKTWEKW MEW S)1YRNAAND.OKAKUB.-C1 2S.

, hold dec rationSo: ie of thIskiOwledgeMrs.BeImOnthas'applled plnel! to the'United :Statee'of 133.896 ;::i - HThTIONS.i., -
Car ta: l..1t&_tte;':South,Dakota ,af,triumph'afteV, a Victory and some,of : (, -- -
to the bales, while to Great Britain there was
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Swing Cat tUU'Tennessee the verse* re ncxizteDceto-day.'
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.buitdan8'f'he'rl ew1i; me! at Hempstead &,decrease of 22,343 tales. .4 /
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'; . B.ndst&teTexaaI4ne, Strrstate,;: EdwadL4d the;Welshbard* put _
ttGrS -Xoints1u stattT. ; in- IngZsland.'rbenly'part l ot :A According:to the report of the Brit- _
toJdeathbe uzehethoiight. they", ,the house which, by authority landscape *ah foreign office;the'total imports into AU trmlur brtwf Kew 8m3TTg J>ad Qraat*Qty Juaotioa .11urs 8o4ay, ..
.
.niFut, .thi Old Blitoi1WsbIg- cited tJie IOld1er to battle.;
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U S. -
-gardening, pronounced not islands .
in
Philippine .
; 1896,were valaed 5 5I -
5. ton, Chinook tatc; We t Wlln1&tht 'What the. is'to .Spain the BolandUtoFr ": -- I'M I- ; "" g c.- '.- ".itTI -:
eutlreiTsatlsfactorTisthatwhichsbeleft.toii aVtlO, 3W5Q: ,and the > ,
'exports
Panhandle.Wls onsinVBadfer state:
'. 'i'
1 nce\jr 9 4 ,& d' -, .of'.01e.it FJerlI1&1
arbst. .'0 4 $2o:175,00o: 'About_ 15, pirc 1."o the ,
Naw'HampshlrGranite state; Ne. j. : .
K&Els : ha* been lunt.&Ineexthe'eleYeDih* ; ; '. i "

I :: '. ;r fBIlM. itatiNeworkjEmpIrI turyjmd'vhasi,500: "yersesl . r .' :. RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCESv .Imports f the eamfroJirSpaln' totar : fOf 'jool'pd"" II'. ' ,'Ul jas- , ;>.',: .
;., tatef"Nortki. Carolina, ,'void North ''B1ia lmJ batt1 iongs'ari'writ.te" t ; exports' of.hemp from ; I L. ,. 'r Jo -: < !;$:
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.. ; 't': : j Ih. oth ert'.A. wr" .
't. '
PhUipplneavf ten: ended ,.
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-stateNorthDkotaFUckertall year* t- .. , .. I ._ ,. "
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: ', ; :mJnor key*"aiid instead;;bf being bril* .The ;.Presbyterian!'board of foreign 1897; 41.per cent went-to thelUnited.3iatesDaOg.thesameyears -.S- f >.:-. -- --' : ', :- -q -. -- .- ,
: .Ohio Buckeye 'iaU; Oie'.'BeaTU ''liantly martial:.are'aad.eUb g.ofthe'so1dIet'sfaft mlssIQnshascornmIssion; .this'year1; :
: the kf
: ;ItattIiuisj1vsnlAIiystone state. i\f| -" ",,. /' 32-new';missionaries to':the, foreign ; 5, : .
!hllIppInes.exported 1,582,904
tou70t
r. ,. .. .Delaare'BIveen'itit Florida,!! ;Germany bias much" military- music 6llc'r. ._:j(' ,. ? .. '_' ;Ugar.:of iwhich.875450 'tons went to 5 :, 4\- '1..,

sPulnailitateflioPgfi; j Craeket;; :tndihat Iliose 1powerappnciate'thE1aflu "Australia.is:'to have Catholic con- the United States'684)391 tons to Great S f' ."..

t?* :,:state;:Dlinolv,Snckeratate; 'Indiana;; n e. musJc: has >u, .s ldlers, isshpwns gresV'abont Easter tltae in:1900 on the ..Britain and'41,3U,tons continental. S .'If
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!? & .. .;Hoosler't& er Iowa., Hawkeye state; by! the.'f act th.f\he: German. 'lines of th e) el.dn'. rl our, ,Bras- Europe.; ": d, : .

.. Xi..iIojiJl'.... v M( entuek1., 'trmy' c .:. 10,000 musicians.fr eels :and other'continental'cities,' ; ? \
L Bl-r", LSulslnj' Pelican' ; f'ahe A FEW I BOOK ITEMa 'A ,t' : -- --
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': I. : .i I. HIGHLJGHTsT Some chaplains( on American S : : '

_, 4. : : .- Itatei ' _' . . ,\ } .-; i "... ve seels''of/war' ;,at.Uanila.havei'oegun; .-S - '' ;=.S .... . : ..r ,".. ,' -1r -
Pln *t4t.f-Mryland; : . 5-
\ Ao'K.I; ,Tr : holding regnlar.Protestant services in ;: yponn .. ..yjurepeor.lusting S -
I tolliconcert'jthe :
I O1dL1nostaj.Musachuzetts,, ..BaytateMlchlganWolverine Toberdlsappotnkmentbraiely: r private dwellings the city of Manila. the booka.in the 1tbiary.Of fbI.oe.ofIordi .
fates. L'" *
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\Ii Minnesot : 4. *' :"
tate -
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: These are.the first Protestant servicesinTtheJPhiUppinelslands. r :
r J. : *,, '.Gopher' liateriMlts. alppi; .r' Mingle l folly.vVlth your wisdom:br Scf- .*'"": ;; .re"u'tob: *'aLbI.ogripbyftheateearl' ' ,

i. Bayou tate.Montana,fit ubT6 .tat*; ..Wr.Uri.0e4t' ..Vith yotf. i I. JS.Ve .. ,
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I ( .jTThe! nrtUlme that Chrjstjiin instruction of,Lytton,_one of Jii*daugb
;)Z-. j I NebraskaBlsckwatersiati. ;' Nevada" '\ are,well balanced whCuurwillaconliprejudiEes . in the''h1betailnagk' was ten being Us authoiv ; .. I 4 t4
IL
;-' 'l i. BUte.i.tat.. *. ; .-.p 4' :ian .% : J given in'Darchula In public was March* 'Mr..', pfh "Written"his- "memoirs,' *

: 1i'? "XLTTRRSdOVPAC1. ,. }Faith"' higher/' tbe.DHreas"Jo' :te .,The occasion was ChUdre ',day, which will soon' be publlshedin'France,

,,:. I : 08T.One. '.. ', i'Uty1rfiner{ ;than investigation.Thegealalltybf .- <-'-" The leader wimDr1IarthaSheldqn.. ; :I .A'.l1, oJumeL. "-' ,* : jus S. '

".' o. ,4, to. rt cubic foot' of w4rw igh68pounda 'Ii some'people,amount' l: jEvery summer for' 7year theMeth-: :A>olnmer Jby-jht'late|'L Lewt'Carroll. .

'r.-\, . % 1:'6"a po tive blemlsa fn character.' '1 VAVopkbefpre I od1stofNewYorksndvIclnity.bayeconducted : : 1 w"forh _flrt' time printed.Js en, .

:i i f" :-. ,InTplowinff on*.acre of land.a hori*' : ; you leap; otherwise youjo'aftern't : revival ''aerricea_for k,pe? tItled -Letters to VChild,-or:The Story: S- ; _; (lIIil.- : )T.14 .: #

'r' .. ,3 vbj"from even to fourteen'miles. ',*cm't : : rind of ten days'at',the.famous jcamp' I.Jf'Alice1 in' ,Wonderland." .-, 4 :: S : :

E f<, / A-cord'of.dry: niekory weighs 4,469 1 'Originality!consists Boainly :in.: 'not meeting grounds ,on_.Sing_. .SingBTeigbt .Dr. .'Thesleif, 'a Finnish 'ichblisV '1 S'S'. S S S .
L + ;. ; ; 'uying the *which: else 0n.tb.'. Hudsoit. : ., has 'everalmonth IS ; S :*
thing ,
p4-hutepineUGpound; *.i rb04y. ., whp spent amongthtjgyBsles I : t ,
& .:. of ii' 'rot "ap' '
calculated to :beuftclent ;Ik7l ; _: - .' ,northern.Sweden.and- 15 -r "
-; .i Arbors 'pCauta: ; ? FACTS .OKIt KINDS :
VARIOUS
thebright'of Stupid people rob us of both time and :' Norway,disguised as one of their class,: r ,
I,:Sf : to..raUe'SS.OOO' pound_ to :iemper;, but ; lner people 'go jiway. ill'sppn publish.A.wprkon theirlanrUage.'JIf ,: 1- '
-t-'f tone foot In a mlnnt. : ; -
-
", takes itha2.OOel1ct1on'Cers'tOuiu ; -
acted'wlth..Gv1deak' ,more ; l and ma ui S5 h' -d
'- ,-.' iCoicrti fence ti trlfht oiW J 'Wheit, 1D '.th .prec1ncts1nNew '' '' r. { : -- .; .
": sb.ttra4tlngcousidezabItittentIon.. girl levertongdCkeepsbersliebas ' *a 7' :
.Y ? tATE _
Yorki r' : JEWELRY DESIGNS., -
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$. i in:aitnatlon where the l>eltnibtor < .oner pound is one quart;. letter/posted there.-forFortFraheesvbalf :010!: The'White bell. *are represented: -

; -, A*ero *belt*.;or throuchforta as ,Indian meaX one pound two ounces -a' mile.distant 'on '):#: !*,. ,: .- : ._ :. ,'M f' -

"Gv -, aMfting.belt*.sand.when they give out :>.quart.? "- -, -"-;*" -; the..Canadian! '.side,'has to travel,1, SO A dainty'addition.to the'toUd table' ; 5 S

; K,"' U i* almost imposdble to'repair them. ; Butter, when coft,'one- 1d.Is-one. miles'"and takes elghtdays_ to,reach, 1 :iIa perfume atand enameled d in mosaic: S S '
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povn4 ofwatu'ouc1qft.u' dOn, Its views

- I the temperature of th* aama'maa.*of ;,%u&rt-.. , .. 'or' aiEtbus1expressE4: : '"No ::darkened with the corkscrew in the arye4Iifvory'eenter.: . .s.f yriIlI'bNt_ d ,
ibrewn iugar one pound two SJ.L4T
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tt. ... rybe6anas; .botin,. o..1'Qtlt.. luprr ered '..poun4 Inneeeasaryshw.naToIdabIe'ex: : S

:"- : J. ..wM :l"tfa. u.cJ H':011De. . .e ,quart-'Si :3.... L and : unuiual'eatlng or drinkl .'with.the Americsag'Irscefullyinw' ,: -- Lt1'S
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}., 'h \ was the' tool-chest?filled'.w h.8 p'ei4 or..steelj! e, -L:' 2: 4-

A 0f't . tools, with well-shaped and durable:':hard! : :wood i, hanr/: ;; %:. ,; Iti

f. r .--- dies, that was procured. from purAljloc l(! They;:C'l '; -;.' t

also make a New Years giffetliat'wjlljbb receiverf:. c"i .:'.. ,.

4.' v Jr / with joy. Our tools:.are all standard;g odds,and w Qr R ;. : ;-

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_ ''tfiw.MATHU'S: ; H.El< PIANOS' AMONG OUR NEIGHBORS ence Mrs.Blackmer W. W. Blackmer, Ina Blackmer Misses, Irene Flor- Time" isOLTJ& .r.4r"r r, 1I ; tne'c; : :?f.'".

: JIM pianos with* aamel!a Pianos that ban a reputation secT ; kind that bar stood the Ol time and satUned the crttt..1 l maiicUni :1 t'
:.1 ::; jest most every way. F. B. Jordan spent' Sunday at, West t ';,. ,:
t t' THEY' ARfe NOT; Notice to Correspondents. Palm Beach. The trip: was made: on .' \ .

,,_ t;.i Old-style; pianos th lave been rented for years and then offered as great bargains, their Correspondents letters iatothia should office by take Thursday paint to.morn-get Captain.Chambers)launch. Tberella. .. .- :, '" t .. aGw f ; t;. .
4.a ( : not are they"cheap,low-grade" pianos, made to sell "at belt- rice." 'leg or Wednesday CTenlng's mail Our spaceIs .. i\ ;. '-' , ... .' ......
", '" ISMSW cramped and io Insure publication the let J. T. Ernest and M.0:Hall of Boynton :a. " -;
:-' EVE' $ "" O ) ; ten of correspondents spoold not be later and J.C.Rickards of Boca Batone o/i.-<' :;.' c"f'. :>}
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than Thursday morning. We still need
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; ;: f Ana every pin u mtde the UATHU8HKK factory at ft. Landerdale .
; ::;-', 'Which.Is a guarantee that U will last a lifetime.TAKEOfiANbES Aiken.: ClUotta Key and BaUandbCuu.r spent Sunday afternoon in town. ,
": 'one do the work at these places Keep your W. G. ill r .7
,. \WHY. section to the front. We shall be glad to serve Corpc has been quite but
!); L' ' On'e..aj''pianos,when the old and reliable 1 UATHUSHIK can be you all welL is now recoTering. /
"' :JI ? > bought at prices: and terms to suit-your' "'.There are more than sW.
,4"< "\"-" '. 15.000' .MAXAMaHXK pluos In the South. cocoANUT GROVE ITEMS_ .K. LJmln'II painting his two ..,

:f a:',:;f "Yoti.houLt have ooe.* 1. 'GENUINE'.,MATHTJSHEK PIANOS' bouses. One is occupied by Mr. and' ...
{( '"'1'"C'f. AtIi BOLD OKLT,Bl Presbyteriaq 'services at the M. E. Mrs.John Marshall and the other is

\ LUD: PEN &t ;.BATES\ S. M. H. church next Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 rented 'to 'Mr. Kilby of Chicago. Kr;
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'* FRED KANN; Manager.. I:'> '.JackaooyUIe/Fla., 29 E tat Bay Street p. m., conducted by the pastor, the Milby will come here with.his family ...
;.": :- MM. 'W. K4 MARCH'1*'o1lt 'presentailYe for MUml and Dade County, Bev. W. W. Faria, D. D. to spend the winter.
atexw'; and w* respectfully solicit 1.0. her roar' patronage. A* we do business
,...... 'i. strictly on tae one-price systea,our customers will(ret Jest u close prices Do not forget the\entertainment' to Miss Mina Lane returned Monday

.":'f'.:.. ;.-. andUrms.. ", .:through lin.,March. aa U dealing"with as direct.- .5-tf-ls.ss-q be given by ,the Houakeepers at their I Ii night from Palm Beach, where she'ha -.' ;.. '.8-vl ._- .. ._?

i club house next Monday evening.the been visiting Mrs. Whidden Oscar .. ...

rMiAMI: DRUG STORE, 26th inst. Admission 25 cents.. Refreshments Lane is also expected borne for Christ-: .
will be served ( e
at reasonable mu.

;L kz ..* A STATEMENT IN PLAIN rates. Tickta for sale- in Miamiat M. K. Lyman, proprietor of the Del- : -&TOOXC. .OJ;'- \ f.;. .. .. .. '.-..':.: \.;:,: '

BLACK. " AND' WHIT. . the usual. plaoea.t ray shipyard, has received orders for ,

hn' -u\ convincing to the palate three more boats. $ J&1 l
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ALAPATTAH PBAIBIE, 1
t t as'.a trial of our,luscious.and' refreshing : J. H. French and W. D. Sherman :
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soda water, when drawn H. W. Padgett and John B. Britt spent Tuesday at West Palm Beach. Is very complete.! In fact the finest--'ev rbrdu: g h.to aw' t'

{ .L cold.and sparkling from our foun- 'killed a large 7-foot rattlesnake Friday Mrs. S. S. Lin ton came' down from South Florida., _.r'*. v -4 \j'1 ; "- f"' Pv < r

a r :L ti taro On.' warm day there is noon while on their way borne from Boynton Tuesday afternoon on the Our 36-hours' ,Nickel 'Clock, for $iloo r is good \ cp

t- nothing invigorating as our ice work. Therella. . : :
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r' a e o cream,eod ,-orange'bOlpblte, oranyrof first shippers from We of. CaU'and' :_ .
The make Fine
8 Alapattab BISOAYNE: BABBLE. a specialty Repairmgf( !!, \t.!
a. :.o ruitlBavors < :
: the choice that .
= { Prairie this year were J. W. Johnson ', see' us. / ...... .. ..
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,we. keep on. hand.ABTHTJB..,. and Hooks Bros., who'shipped several rlT. WkALER
Colonel John Harp of the heroes .
one -: 'J'
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F. LANG, crates of eggplants last Friday.Meurs. of El Caney and Santiago, was callingon '
... "% Arcade Building ltfJ A.M A.,' .
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Brewer A hue..d his friends few days : ?
'Pro rietor. Hooks numerous a" .
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tided to plant' one.acre of beans. .--, ago. The .Colone..lo.loldler' clothes >

Hon Fred'it 8. Morse, who always and,bright and being buttons an, elllgible, i* quite,bachelor Irresistible ; )
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+IOrtn7oitbesocialfnDCtiongthatry .wears a broad smile on his face,was on GROCERrTORE
3 has caused many little heart to pal .
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I the prairie Friday ,in company' with pitate among the'fair set since: bis re-, __ , :, : : :>: \ . :

lailRt,,;r ., ,'alwtr oocar tt thfi t ron of tit ; : ' ,two Aent.strange L T.gentlemen.' Smith. W. E. Canova, turn.tracted. The for the Colonel plowing has and._already harrowingof cpnf: CARROLL : )1 C: N : ,

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r2 e4re tbe man tibawouldr and H.B. Oversireet spent Sunday in three acres on his prairie land and '>>1u.zma'I1t'ILL luxnt: 'of tJ .. .' .., i' -... ':' ,
L be orreotl dreuebtobiveanew k Miami. will':"have it all set with 'tomatoes:>,b* 3 '- :;"

& 3 +' stylis. evening"dress sultsacb u.s Candy pollings I were all the go last .fore Christmas. r. StapleWatches. .Groceries;;: 'Chthes :: : .

make in such,exgoistte-stite- ,. 'Messrs. Bros. ; ; :
: week. Griffin enter The whlt club bad one of the most: ;
s:", fPftnd d8lsh; mow,: ni ma>
w :;'; liand Dat3reM' att' from broad- ;s' q home'of Mrs.:B.L. Collins, on .homemade season on'the'night: of -December.9th. r ; : ) .: -Z; f'P.H '

cloth- or,7ren..odpe, ii bna nae ', candy Thursday night while Miss Captain Billie Doutbii makes a Building. CoVi.A sS' an fi:n 1i St. .

:. ;a, miioe Prinoi lbertOt'outaway, _; Jim'HooksJispensed,an equal amount most 'P pUI"(and entertaining:i I pre l. .),. c "l _:-4 r. r'- )

,: .eon bat bpertect tn' fit atfi, : yr of. sweetness' at a house christening .., ... ,, .
;'- f 1 Fridaynight...in honor: of. ,his new residence. dent.r. -' '" :; !- ; \ "" :--';;" -
rreuonabld rice: -t aDIgl'Planti' jfi
I w > Hunter selling some very
.A k +, .5. W .; 4f )J : and' cucumbers{ 'in Miami We 'sit :=
- .HE A.-Tr-. ARCADE[ BU1LOINO \>
it .;- AGENTS T MIAMI. .C. E..Woods is rushing things right' and will loon have them in such quantities .. .
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..... , ;,,,;' .:...... .-,'....... along,and.;expects to start .planting! 'as'to'be.'able,to ship to northern 51;;r> :t;." '- : ; -+\ I
1' next week. f markets f' *.-ti' TocalUheattentioVo: i" out:i nds.tqi the 'beaiitlfu! hue, oigoOch"w ; {:. -
He..Masterpiece-!an Artist l ? ,. ich have luisf for.Hieweek'. at. *? r
J \: we resesdedand,; gin ning ;J f ,, ;
"> : i Friday Fred' Dickerson - "- y .
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: was busy Miss :Obenchalnbor:charmingand .. AT- .. I-- > '
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rr .;in, theiboematio_ t :1i i $' planting, :';j ;J C popular schoolmistress';baa become : { : ..!,!!:......,

Shan" omeand: 't jliah :'fAte.!" ;;: :::Louis! .'Becker Swill' stake, about' Jive quite proficientu] a whist player* :She

"; ; r f ;. Selby A'Co-'e, shoes for ladles and! : :... acres of towatoesiddcoasegnectl j has always. has.aloag'; lt- of.' "hearts. :" Decernber12'We; : ; : .t-

R M :misaes that.,we are showing In our. *. .' laid in 'a!t large stock tlt ket. Mr. Ed :Ingalls' has-'returned.from" > ..
: l74 s'a" r . :exgatsiteTall:stockK- Pretty.is a ''', "", -" , .. ,;"\1. : .? ':4:' : : ./} : ; ::: -1." .. 't .!
picture' aduribleind, ; the!,' "J: '.)In.J.W., .Erickson' ? )(ri.;Venabel doing,'jury duty at Juno.and. . can. be '. :will offer at'greater'reduced'prices than the buy< 1'1 of Miami ,. ""
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g OfpeIftCtlon? : : "In: footwear: ,,e': ;: and Mrs:Whitnl" were.... visitors' ...'on Sunday. found on'guard. as usual.' 1t , have: .ever heretofore_profited:.' ., .by; .. :!,', _' ;.. 'fI- r-c': ,\ ;;:' -"., "'\-. it- "J' "

_ ; '"!- :;ewm.for.. oar 'fine" eboei:JOurshoes .:,),:"t"j ; : ( Mr.'Jim.Hobers famous horse' ;Maud A fine line ofu, : } : :f ;;pelt"weekA.pr.esentt: : : ; < ; stl *'i'iMesVSMflaistsi
.;-:, : u loOk: \ : ; S.:i objected to the name and for awhile t t y' :5..0' :'filth stairr lei Q ''--, .
,, areas- good they ;and wtba6 J E. At Waddell was a visitor l on the given. ajwajrA ;., ,, -.. >- ,, .. .1:r. ')
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is! beyond;IcompctitionJ:;sill "./ prairie'on several days'last week- and. Was S.v I"handsome Line ": ". -' .' iii' etcckwi" 3'tf"-" = <. '" -:
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'ks. and seer "" '"" "\ : had i 'i In tow. i' wagon.to pieces she was finally pacified ;" !' ,. '< .., c
sf. j" m.: _, :: . prospector,. . each;;.tJ ; J < t ;t'r'.,
j'0 >" by B abe 'agreeing to calL her .
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.. We have from a.< reIlablsouioethat maiden:name of**B r'i '
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win a handsome i prize. Thus;.we .c .n" ahlpment'otr.eacumbeni' ; 'They' went PLATTED, LAWNS, R ( t 'f IQ11 '
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: account for,:,the; actbltj..iD t.them to _. v BILKS and.SATINS. : g
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c. and tbe'amount of work that baa been : ; i '-' ...._ V'l. ;4-.i 1. ... : t : .
- accomplished bj'tbem..on<,'the1 prairie: HUMMERS?'7EOM ,HALLANDALE.: T o ro_iegaidlew 7feoa,, t / '
" .' - " :, Crash. and. Silk. SkirtsLadies'Broadcloli . < 4* .. : = 9-: ( ; F."
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: ,' : irJim,flabeen. : 'preaching :Srerkef: Lundberg ".u.4 'John ,Ml;' i .
economy and convenience to his neighbors Tim to'spent( Friday in Miami.} ,- oT= STS. Men,.'san8oys',Shoes., ,::
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: WIu prop to the world that the' 4J1 s and baa bis barn so that ""x--. /" 'f '" ... #' .... "* ',:, ;,' ... :.; ,* .' ,f" ; '1.'J .- '

,, biojoli ti no'begera tad os i ic>< e beau feed bis horse on Sunday arranged mornings < -: .. ,A'fewcpeople'from' Hahandaleat1tended :l < .:..and.:.'Pl nsh'1' -.,.- :.'.;P,"HATS.. -. '.., ", >> <' '.4-, ;>' :' ,- ..." "";;j!.
services : ; ; '
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: ; 'vle .cia. .to stay. without getting ut-otbed, i' i : - :: ,'; ,'':--'' -'" CAPS, ETC. _./V< ;
.r at O J jus last Sunday.T :*;.?\ : .CA 4..4"' '::-' -: '"
fcTltJwin atow awy Improvements J :. . '- "'V"a.:!. :'* II r:0.: :..": 1-
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8.-Hopson, : .
Eddy Come 101 'xamin 1neti good ; ,
< rl Dwhceb ibd suiadrl' Johnson .:Olof ZetterlundoVNeXorkagelltforahe ; ; l' . ...' 'por ,- .. \ .""
have forflEd a- ClSbAKSETG '
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etCnaBd wewmnandle nose but ? raise a tomato'crop and !have 'put out to 'Hallandalef Companyexpectsto'ipend i : 1 *. '' *;*" ':: "' : ,' "'.'. _prio* ,:and-becmYineed., 'lt. ''ii;;. <>.
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holiday a' Hallendale.- ' '
tbeieryabeit: 'Iml+roved, mates l' abbot 1W plantsFatartiug; ; !; : / .
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Vii{ and will aell tbea at a reasonable ; young; : aaccai tor jolt,boys. :r :The,.heavy rain last Saturday;night, \.s4t"" 'MS.J! \ : :FRANS.:

,Ai'Wi Stanbirdlate'In:the''saw-mill althovgh., :wierinthe', :: __ : prairie. In low r . : ., .! .J- A '' *SThe
d places,did not do serious damage i I ;. ,.:;;:. =
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business its)[tamt .
paid the'prafrievaflying " 'l'.0.-; ... .
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to.the crop. '''t '> : 1! t ") .
bnslneee ride... ,on Tuesday.>>; ; ? "'...., ."' ...; ; :;: J., ::!i : :.: .
MiamiCycleCompany Llent.E.'T. :Mr.'acid Mrs. Ericson of!'HalUndale l P [It":8" \ --:, 'i:: "'"..
: 1r i ;: :Smith' 'will finish" '' 'pltnt-' Hotel'f drove?over,,thVfoad.to: Miami . fJ- .l t eiSft| : ; : f.; ""

tog_.Friday.' \ '-?, Mondays rpturning late in the ,'C" ..,.. t .... ....... *..t!> *i1-h.: 'i > .
evenng.Tbeylreport =: }i.< :.t W! :-..'.;' ...,.-..:.A..'fr.. ..
0. E. Scott tryingthejpeed .
v: was of : : the"'countyyroad:torbvery E.: ti"1 .e..rt'h: .''$.; ... .
aIl .a Ilccee Ile horse 00 ava' anza"'T "
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"going 'toMiami, tough:.driving, and-'the: hopes of_ . .. .. .. ....... .. : ..... . ,, .. > :. ..
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._ _Isoarwiib'to;_ oar:patrons- >;,,pres. <% ., of bean,crates...!; L.s) Hallandale"people,.are_ ..that:.:ere 'long ". .. .J'J"'L"... .t. .. '.,..'.. _:?",-j. ;::. '.r t. .r...,.';..... ...,......., ...._'_.,..........t.-'. ".. ',,..,. > -. ,,,-'-: :, '' ..' 'k; "!
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= ens' R-and- i prospective. :We wiL) Mii J...'L.-r Vant Mrs.:J;:W>:John| the rockroad." 'will be" extended to this' '\ : -. .P, "'. .,'t ' -r "'-- t:.' ,- ;,.

t;tr. make every exertion to please yon son,'lilt a*'B;;TroTrelaridJ' ; :: :].Bf'IiCollinsxspent placed- ,.: *. : *X '- /'sT.*..,;.>'.-.,"' ,-. L .: t !! r :; ,.. .,. i"v 1j1

In the future,as ib the past; and' Tuesday:'in :town'pur} :Ills expected that work on the building .. I" ,,;!i.J." .. :. >..... .., ,. 4...... ,..-,,: t J .,i" s" '. ''' ,-R..,. <.... !ir -fi,...kF' .:;.t:.
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cbutngXmupraentiu .'. ./ c, ,; '.'!, of -sew itoreud, packinV:house : l :' .
"- guarantee, only"_ the freshest and'Z a : l-': .;i } J_ :f: ;; ,
:' ut4 M x best of meats, poultry 1 and game- ,, IJn .B; Britt'has mechanics- ,working ai Hallandale will floors. be comminced.qt. . M- -" ;" "> '" >. '.... i't"'j- :..< "- ''''

*{ :choicetable delicacies, One,pork t; on his Dew,residence. and we have been\ ./ ." .... \. US-ll'a'_ .. f : {
Bates Seduced.The.Mamorotae ? :: 'c
=yrodncta and meaU for all time. given to understand it will be"an ,or '' .... 0 .. t- ,. .
iy nameht. to.the prairie when. compietedi. '... has been:requested. '-'
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.C.. :.H.,. RAULERSON_ -.,. LhftoX'-i- al ., . East Coast RaUwl'tlI ake known- 'thefollowing .. ;
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-- 'W.-'; J' : ,: MIAMI, .,: '' ., : ,- growers' : i f77-; ; ,.
") -- rr :Wm:'EI. maD and Pani-Jacobi spenta 'regarding'the rate of:freight THE .. .
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Ssfi&ElLLE: : ,.., : short time in i town- to.:'Jacksonville\.'this''winter' on;'ei. I .' .' ". t; r ,
Tuesday.They, .i
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up : "v To SDlppen and'Patroai'*tae.Florida, East ,LEMON\ .Cl T Y HALL, . :' ,,;
: 1tf'm Coast Bail - .. .
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down from Boynton:Thursday on busi_ ': given U'1'griaf.;pleasure*to 'announce r ", :::.-;.. ; ',:', ,' ;" ; .' <- y.:., ., t1t .

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: '; reduction;' In: the present: vegetablerates .. .g' ,., ." .,' .qr 1: - > P'f .., I
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a .c ;' went".from' 'hue\\to be.:m de.1; TUe'rate'"under this reduction 1; ;;" ; "' >

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