Title: The Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00642
 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 30, 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: VID00642
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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-.> 7.OUR mm 'IN mm' t.BJcb.r4aO..v.3JO...Blcbardion:.;......... .b I"f4... ... .... Frank rohB8chmldi.i.Paen..N.:: .:.: .."........... .t "..1. ...: Caonmber&Potatoes :::.:.::::::::::::::.:::::::::.:..:.::.:.:..::.:10 . f" T - Ss!Sf ." ,

Bnrhardft: Ward. ... a I ... .......... .1354 e'r ,.
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''" .-:. .,. \ : of ..Dlieia L.L..8aell a. H1U.:::, :::?.:::*:::::: 1! ::: :::: :::: Charles W.B.r.ttnrpby I.Peter Oacnler*. ....::::::::.:::.: Ii ::..n..:;t. ::: ...g + Florida EasrFlorida Coast1.l "! .::Cot '2'tI:: :" -l'- "

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Wm. Webber .. -
\ i 1 Cook a Umnerasa.:..... I .. ... ... .CoastTLine Ca 1'-an&T
." . ot48onth' J.J. Holly.Geo. .-.;........... 6 .. ..:. ... John Hamilton......... .. a... ;.. .. .. ,, 13 .1; sC' : .
'Iot.t ; L."Qer..j..... I 54 N .. if LB.Padren.........,.-.. 4 ... .... ... KXCAHTULATION.MUml. III I 'I t Boston'and : .r
.Dw'Oouuty. j. H.M.r... .<............ J 1 K .. 8.C.Utaefleld/.... ..... 7 .. i z : I$7Ls. m : FloridaAtlanticCoastLhij4; : .
.'rt., ... J. H.Vreen..N......<-. I"! .:. eoetBto..,..,...;.... 6 54.. ,.. .5i. .,: ; < \rl
,O. . . J.T. WUU.ms. .. ...... tK .. ... .. J. P.' Dera..::......... a ... ... ... ..........198 5412 : ; ,
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.Ut X ........ .. li 221 16 13'
.. TA3OTJOTD. lUaUXX 07 TKZ WOK OF C A.McCnllnm 2 .. ... _.. Saunders........ b .;.. ... Buena VUU..., .... 4' 872i fc' Tl- - - '' '
,. '. D.T. 8eUen.101nWa&ao.....,.,...... 4 .... .. .,: Lemon ....... H 4 ";"" : - .
i' UYZi10P0Lt1'rni11TTATIY. Y.P.Barrr... ......... t .. .. .. ... Ralph Clear .:.r a : ... J'tle Rirer CUT..... 883 I'll }* 11 I B. : : ; I ; ; .
". 5 t i Afl' : BraddockTutnbult,4a .. .... I .f.:' .<. Biscayne ......... 4 4 anO"t f 'I. /i '
Bfe 1 : :... 1' EmeryBpnldling".N. .u. ro5i .
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J -->>:' 1 "I ... 6 , lallaad.......... 1'15 r4Ui "1" .Y -f .1 .
*; | R: 0.1'. Braddoek.,..v..iBtaoton I ... ....... : i .. .... J t ,
i.h. Ed BnnUs.... 4 1 lodelo .......
80 ...
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:{ n 1WL0/1 Work for TIT WEs BMB Bros ? v.. ,> ;. .. .. C..Gan : ....... 4 ... ._. .. Snake Creek.. .. .. 190 !* 1'
John Undcna.,...i.n 1 .. .. ...... .. .. : 1x 7 r ; : tf' >>
. H.T. ....... ...!f... :. .i L.C. Wathenbn. 1 : Ft. Landerdale. .::..: W* "i : 'i- :- If *iWM. .
crAmwj ; : H.Tolea. ......... '
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Tooter Dnw.a. .... ... ... .... Iirooarbnlun '
fts a 6James UIWD 'T81:,Liww FLOlt '
\!1sYi>41 R kai Work *|I atsrrtews lath TnekV j.H.Job n on..!. ..;.. ..." I I t :. ', . "V' .
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Griffin, 'I Jf'
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: ,. 1 .' : '. K.JCCl07. :t.*.:.. ..... ... a .... :: :: . N lj 11 M. BROWN. . .
> G. W. 8mlth::...:.:....:.... i" .. .. \ f 'The Pnisiocirr. 1 :Business.rIssuesR. if.D.1iAIJ.' IiJ
rl.. ." ,! NeU &.... . .. n ... :., **-* - r .: largest Bible in,.the world is a ''f' ;
:' : .' Jbr&oPOiu fUl'Dlahei.be.nwl&b Johnson A& .. :. .. b .... .. .:: Edward Barnott....... .. 1 .. .. manuscript Hebrew Bible in the vatican . R. McCORMICK I. '"Parts of'}' #fWorld_:Accounts'. ,
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"; the.J 8. B.Lwiter..G.t.'t..} : 6 : &D Retd..h,......... \ " ...> ,weighing 320 pounds.The I voe-Pat.ioulr Solicited arid Erery'Favor Cori' .
;_ tabulationof .leidinf reffeUblei OftJ ::::::::: ::: : :::: :::: ::: J. Wj Baker BrC.H.Ible. ii ",
; '. io.be Jrown.in tillsiectlon: Alien :. :.. : .. :::::::::::::::, :::: :: :: ::: assessment of taxable property CHARLES H. GAHTHS/IDE. StStenti ith'Con' rvativeBankIng.Eitended : "
hlltu .alt.Psdg ea...:,,.. .:.; 154.. .. O. ingIUi; .. 1 ..1. In Nebraska is 1167.830.822' aa com 'CA5HlIIt. \ r =
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phtn4peppeLad ............ 2. .. ... .: pared with $165,193.736 for ."
last
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.'bean., ritb:the pane otgroprerpottoflieeaddress (; omHaT haD er.....*. 4 ... "J". ... 8.Nelson Bru.ie..i.Bra ,............. b I .. ... ... I. '- i ::11 ; .'
ILtllcGro ..,:.,... I. .... ... ;,, -r .t. A hemlock tree recently cut down ioAppleton : .1. ."
and > H.B.Mycn..r.Georce .... .... .. .. .. . 1 .
; ; number'of'a . .. . .. .. . -" <- y..JII" -
= crea. LewliBeeker.!...:..;. .f. _1 Watklni.... .._.. t .. ... ... Me., showed 360 grains ant .conr ( (
.' ,:of.eaci or the:'foor.; iffereniLkiQd of Braddoek B; leT- .-.* -iif::', :::: :::: :::: W. H.Harrington -. 1 this was taken as an indication that : 't-- ; ':\ ,
-,4< 6"i W.Q.:Carter .'.::::: ::::: :::: :::: :::: '
'' ". eiab1t ; named.; 'We'abi1l 1blbb Gra&,r *OwstwHf.... 10 I, .... ...1.. .... A.BMeCleUan..... ,=....... 1 .. .. ... ... the tree was nearly four centuries old. Seaboaru National.Bank, : _
J c.-8eGUT.'J. .i" .... .. .. .. : ;
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: thin 'e a1 weekii : Rnlerfordft a. A '
: for In order that'J t . Iswta. bugle on which the charge war Natl! Bank of * : .NeVfirp'r1otYi-tj .
... .. ... 1' 1 Jacksonville yd
-.Ji'1oT be"eoirteated ;,pp'.u'necesiarybdeductionsor 1 v 5::.;:::.: :. .}: r .::::.:: :::::. :::: T.Garrett J.B.A.HawklM Peden. '....:'::::::::..-:::::: I: .1:.. .... :::: sounded that sent the Tight Brigade - : ."" r" .,.

-,7 ; .. ... destruction at Balaklara S ,
: addition lo the alnoup t JU1ejJOII'DIOIJ.:'to otGo.Bow.maD...... ...... 1 . tp. wan sot FOREIGN .: 1'
> CORRESPONPENT .
:
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;M "of::the"' wlba*''area:of:different B.DrJ'PoUeck..o. 4. .,.. ...IGe.trYa Jordan. ..... 1 at auction in London recently for $3..- 55....,,11, AT..Ai..1 + c w
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,et olM;,fti o.toe aaatuons of names 01 H.T.Wartng..w..5.' ".., ..H.; .c.Cb.rlu. Bpomtr. ... Y ; '- '*" .t' w .A UTA.' 'ft.-
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f\ .growe'ri!\ rbo-wayoommenceopera- ? ?. B614.nEDicteisont..4,4 :I:.. ..:. .. .. .... .:'..:....:......... ., .4., riana found that. of 8, Dr.Fer- -

.. ;! tiona,'after the date of;the>l It.to the T.1i2--. ..; -.H''. soolaBK 11 crjminals,1i13, ; were. idlers.00 The juvenile pre Elegant iron lt and ,Bargr-Proof Sold Wltt'plVcoMasslfli l :Tto e rci ,

f ;dfferent) tloniijof(C. Q. Featherljl ;; t Total .. .N.a.. MM 6K 354 .v.rung crime was theft,being 1,182 of s17ro: .hl ** '*- of Host I jtot. ', r" .':
'-4:1f', m ,u\a fopnred ;:
:o'bo'.bu.; .peen 'eupce4 fOl'l.n..wHk! :, : I f the whole. %.. 4 l : ,

);:. ; :.Jt failoui I aectlona 'aecarlog thedataThat '' ... V" .o ort I 1 I' s .'ir ( Twice, year the Caspian overflow . '. /' .>' !

3 : ; several grower hare.been 'I' \ r. ; ; ; v* . : and strand millions of fish- sufficient m 7.,i'' : ..

G. mlued',1reLivd; ,aodonbt. wa.arge 1 W.-fcnstMtt--, ,..._.., ... .... ... . .. to feed 'the whole of central'Asia, if "1a'I. m .
Hs[!; attho.ewbobev.; : been missed; Edward tirq ." .... ... J7M.BryanJr.... ...... 10 ... advantage could be taken of these Immense 1- "'" .
; '. : Yn.Ltilnkson..a. I 3' .. .. Hclatoai ftPaxtoa.UoeleyAHlllyard. .......: .. : .4 i kL '
t ty of the orersigbt L L O'Nial IK : .. .I. 1 resources giten by nature.Dr rapidly "
> t %us''; or.. that. any nl0aant.f N t., : :;::::::: 7 ... :::: ::'Dr.: ?.J.ck.on... ..:: :::::: 10 . 1, .E. Casgrain of Quebec has built Is forging he ;front \a )

tiloiper: o .:haYlnf?: knowledge-of an.OTeri'.or BA !*... :..... ... :; 1" . .,.. Kelson CarUon.. :......... !' : ,,.. . motor, ; ., ,
I t J. C.loIlDIOD; .,..\..... 'a 1 .... .... IInrmLaD411ell' ..... 254 a sleigh for winter 'use. 'The .> "it I ; ; \
} : 'wrong:;:estimate J notify.us of .. .. . -- TT. 'JI' .
OB. D.11a.; ; ;>.a,1. .l .. .. . 1 'powerla derived from a
:the name of the party ;wtV.Vberni'4gber C. J. Ec.e::****:'Vi:: :.'..a ., 1 -too. i54 S.W.Wrlitht.u... ;...:.......:. aBollee gasoline 'i j' ,
pIued Gvmrge A.McDonald..W. :.. ....-!.' S 14} J' h.: JohaxWallae........... a 4 motor and the'driving wheel has instead L The leadng : i Soa1h iFloooJ" :t : : :
: r : ofiacres:f':the Tarwus_kinds ? /. B.r4...!:...... .... I' ... ... Than.A.JohllOD. .....,... 1 ... .. .... of;the ''ordinary pneumatic tire. C1fltIn :
.* of TegetablfaC: It Isfoor atBa iiake : JUU.l.;.;..;:....";" 1 .-.. 1 A. LarIoa.--,......... ... ... .. The cries .r. "to 5V ,' "
t of A. .
/. leekIOQ.:n, .;.N.':.", 4 2 1" o.o.3Culsoa......... ... ... :... eel blrd..speclaU seagulls .
l. ,.tEis'.achedealreorieciapcK.lble DRL 1 % R. A.Carbon.A. .. 1 are Very valuable ., ;" ,c' .. ,'J ,
to sailors in
4 f t. To do this Ae, need,therassistance of A A., B.:' .'::.;:..,.f.1.r.,..,..::; '1.: 134 :: ::::' U.'J Tlmm.dresn.......:.:.:.::::::::; 2 a' :::: : :: ::':: misty weather. The birds cluster on EVERYBODY : -,GOING ,TQ J. ."i

1 'tti:Various a. KoutplDH7.,. ,.' .. a . .... Lewis ft Wa.Hortom.. ....... .. :.: the clI1f..and coast and their cries : MIAMI : /
\ 'groYeL It has
: : requiredtekpendUureof B.T.Da.i1D.......a;:._. t a .. .H W. W.&.............. 4 .. . J warn boatmen'that ft.
{ t A.4raat rpih W.B.GreIJoot 2 ... J O.P.OullOD.... ........ they are near the 'iow. time "
: amotiay lirrbtrd t ndt4e, ,/.J'OW.UJJ4 ..h't-..;_.'.. I t 1 U f. i.. Wofrord........ ...... ; land, ts' ;/secure CHOICE: :i CATIONfcitner fort 5 '*
::. aJqe'p of,time innlugr...;......rJT. .-.-...... 31 f .,. Wm. lleBea ..,... ._ a 4i., f jb ''> *:- x '1 ,
rff-r' at.d:, a."conslderaEfiY sum.* *; .L. Carroll j,;,,,.Ti'""."" 4 1 .'t c.. H. and A.'OeIgsi.... ; :.. C .,. 4. a wooden 'tire studdel -with spikes, Business or residln -M Gboice i I/ 1il&< A t<
of :. 't
moneys. 4 J.P.owena. ..... . a ... which catch'the Ice/The -- - iiS.inti sale bY"
''>>acnlng a', RID ,I nearly,,:;equaling .Wbita.'Jw: : : W. 7. : W li ..;,: :. :; ,...:.;..: .:::::\::: ... ::. ... .. wheel sleigh Is sup j'Ti 'r 't's- ; ;
.: O. .....;J. ... Ii,.. ... ..:t ............ ... ported by this behind and ,tworunnerS

tffJ,- -stranger;, O..?Mi to. Teatherly this section was:'when:an''enttre lie comzuencedthe B..l Potter: ;f :Ei! [ :? f ;i..1:.: i>::: .Total*...... ......... 1751 1 1 1 : '.The one.'sleigh on,either-aide,In.fact. is, like a.sort.outriggers of.-,. '

work!; and.1 It is bat natural LB>ftB.B.l f err.i .... I ;.' Y.; .... "' '' 1 r .ic B.B: 1'c1tter................ 11'1 1J4ik11 .
-y.,. t6it' !lnpaiatng.'t6rongh'a'!;: :: \sparccly A. W. et.o.A ..I. 1 "J' ..- 'MO&BLODaaU'. B "'I = .The flesh olyoung giraffe;especially u QIDlQY :

invoked; (section,.some honses'areare : A.A.' .. "....u.....:\.a..c'BoiKI. .. .i.1". .>. ..i._,.-. OW-',.. .( Yoatoflee.) j .ii= .Z. r. that of the1 young.cow, is extremely !w ar A

.$ rb :CDf the ''gr I the P.L BJ1D:: .;..-.r 954 :.. .... '.; : : : good, somewhat like Teal with a'game5- \ Call ,. . ,
Jack J eaeoelt.'f..v....-..-,- II ..!. yr lame '.a ....i...... 11 .;. . like aayor. The tbnguer from 18 to 20 on JOHN B: 'REILJJrr, Agent..; : ,
;growErs close .. ...
very .
54 \
: ,.together'with JL IInntllOD..J.f. 10S -'. Fred8ba.LX't.. ::. :. I ,.. : Inches ; ': .; '
T4 no apparent dlridlng line bet.leD'the W.L A1Ibrook4.. ::......+ J% .. .l Bane I DIOD.>...:.:..z. :, 'I .... .. '.;' long,iso very good. But the .ForfjDalIaiLaD :Compan11liiami;
BuDuel JLhod" r" ";f ,, Joe .tJ. .......: t .. .. marrow bones afford the >
} ;(1: (different';parUes jtos guide:one fn bisitroifeff B.M.:Brbwa., ..R..i... h.f..' i : ... a.J. ebeiracd.'h.;. .:.....;.. I' ;.. :;;.. .y.U:: luxury tothe9onthAfricaahuater., greatest. Or,.J.E.pIN(1R. H.AM, ,.Vice.-Pre'8 tfi.t ". f L w
"; ;- I" L: )4) &Z./ ..:;. ......... 2' :,. . J' .
-, rt.worlf.\ gt tio lrom':,ooattguoa L.sdaDean.L.. :!:.;.;...., 'r.1 : :.:: >Ed HU1...: .;....: .;.. t ..' ,n. ..:. a Fort a
.. jbfttfnd 50". ftdt.cl la if A.Oalehar4l ,.s f...,r.4.. I" .'.'r. ':'. .; J. ndolpb.;..'......\.n.'...! I _.:, 'f.10''. 'Z'.... /'SEEK m:RETAIL STORES. ',,,.M04f-ta-m. . .. IaHaaLanii-Coi.tStv; : ,. Au. g tine, .
lilrianaTrtpp' -yb.\. ; :'i. ':; i: : T. Henne m.w....... ... a .... : .
:> 'jroodA.itiaiay n.tat. 1 F'i'T'"al.u.. .. .1.a.ol..1 .J. '._!\ .: . a; ":;. WID. KCCny--.on..... l., .'r".. .. .11. ,._.: .. .' .' k .., .. .___ __ __ _'. z"K' s
1..eA.U1aer.;... ats.rrA O: .vI, &: I: 'ra 1'.1.W It -.(.:.:., ; :; T .; : Axmea pnnira vwus.Printe . ;
,;;. ,.ride lg5wer U obefoona.. '!! Mca lump'.4 .;.:.r t I'I' t > ',0 .R. ....\u ..; t}y iXIbertyaatln. 1HIGH GRA'DEFERTItIZER: .
siullS'' a\-W : i.'.....,. ... YoderYrenaaaii. Co.....\, is _. .. .,. !
; .:_ every JobnD0laait :{xnNi.ra.4: ; b : 1n 1 lji to .u..r.:.....: ..:: Colored lawn petticoati, .. . -r r'1.
-iiu..er 1rbo:nine oh'theschedule F t ;.H.7t4y.., ... ..... tw.;... .?. .: '...4 "ifj 'S .
appears
: ; n g: ...;i : ; :.; t ti ', :' t.t:! ,.R..f..i.! ..i. Blouse dimity shirt waists, -- .- t: .. : ...'.. .. '. 4i
; l r at the poitoflice ;under which Ftamd10bs1ehala..: :'. .... .. .. '
:
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j". ,1:. rc.! ; :; 154.G t rrr Ladies tan cloth laced ahoea. ;
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. .I. 1' QUALI.rt'ANDRE'PUT
I:bis name appears. Again we urge that ...; F ... i% : .. t '
J. W. Weatserord .f. !Z,,. : :' N ,, J '., t 7 F Feather and mouaee11 '.bo* -.4 -
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... .. t. 1'NN.IR.
ta'ay '
omissions tor:wron e9&Biate be eyLO\L .'. : : .!..R1.; 3. ... Na jjj,'DQDx 1 Btickplflf of half-failed flag.
./ I .aa N.1 -
;' ';promptly furnished os..either by jibe H.SBrae1 .H. .:, .,! I i.Nav. .'.. 1 'P' .- The id a IJ randS'Hav&be58.
: n N W N..I:NI '-' t\ lk..J' -d. f 4 Plain and jetted nets for ;Z11ff t'
; I walata.Beadymade
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1 :
K pRdia'taem.el: ei.or by anyone JwV- 7Jrr01. Fisher ; :: :: ! !' 'I { : i? .le.toAee) !' r r boned dress ; ;.

|IDt4)r information,regarding the ..;.. .. -...,.._- 12SC1: 11 1.1 UtHttey. *......... ,/. .. .. .:.. Shirt wal ta of corded gingham linings? Then :why pa} $$$*&&.$46 per ton I,when''.you can get:a a ,

.t a newspaper work neverbetoretttempted . Cashmere grad,/ = 5
; ,, C s ; DoudBroI.'l.,........ 4 'k. .; "rnga'for.dlningtrboma.; '.. ; atthefollowing! riCes'1. .
; In Booth'Florida',we & 1. h a IW H 0.HIltotI.ante ;..;....t.-....... .I .:.. ....NZyT. -.r.1 N Tucked*akirta of linen and cir4, '- IDEAL FRUIT AND YIN.N\......+nN.,: ,,,tea na 'OJ ; 3' a

,1 beli.Ye;; andRWprote; o>s"":valo'eui.oeiparleoifor : :: 'QD... .ni'. .. .i Home A McLean./NN.NNrya ..... ..... .;.;... .:..i Light,,ahadea of kid-flnlahid station- '' >* *% IDEAL POTATO,WAVUB8.;....!. ?._....*-_i PJ PER,Toe .r '
n : in P. AbramslaltnN..1.,. 12 ." IDUL'VIGETABL'B KANVK'B.-.tIO;
.. "De ear."Wbe..e; J. B. ..-.........,.. .qr,. ue. :'.oi "rr. f.1... st v PER TOr ,
. ,.thU -"th.. same . Saauel Fller v./-; aj; I .,'. Batt Broa.-....;. ... .. -. Link buttons i IDEAL PERTlLIZER (for all crept)..__..........six PBa.TOM , '
wort, over 54 of ,
again.,1deldes ball
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C.M.MC :'... -: :- --: I I.. -': .J; H. .J:8D1.. :;. .:".. .. .... .',3. sir a and.uniform. IDEAL'BLOOD. BONE AND POTASH..:.........'.* PEa ma' < x
J j'f,: nrnlfcbestoeTery ..dl l I.lobe B P.lukti..N,. I 1 .... _. w.c.8aJ...:.r. ,.. 10 ... .1. ..h; : ,.button ;' f SPECIAL MIXTURE NO.l...,. .........i. ...*.** PEa.TOS .' :

J >knowiedaeof fheamouotofteRyttble's >Leon Fortef-.. >...,....7t.-?!". 'I' .1" '.1."i.; :a.:': V.EdaaDft Fort......::....;.., IO 2% .:..." .,.".. ..-d. -Xeu' canvas cape for sporta and trar- CORN FEBTIUZZa ...................-.It.::...N.3IO PEE TOll >. . ; '

'.,to be grown,bj the truckers of the dif- B..1'IctJe.'.. :.. }.'.i......r:. I' ..1r'.!.r :..... .i; J.L Kvrent.... . i.II; i'I tSi . .:::' .ellng.Bibbontrimmed... . All Fertilizer Material at LoveetMatket Prices. ;=;*! > .
H.LBohu..j.
"> 'r v II .a.o. w. ft D.A.K1 ..,.... t ... Aak for V t '
:fereni ma&rI..O .:.".:.;... : ; ::. $ .N .Nr ... foulard' 'dreaaea.for our book 5WbyWe Make the Ideal Fertiiizwa.? > . ;, r Ii'< _.
f'"Jt'.WlJ! !prote ,of t"-V 54. '! Charlss Scbotor;........ ..c a .,. .;., ..' r ; : :
slue : Z.'f. F.W.Merdtt..ti:4.Jamee. .. 2.i.' I; ... EdwardTaekx..u.... I .. ... .._ little girl: -Wilson & -
: : tothetn aid > Toomer Fertilizer Company
; we Dope resultIepepFliDOID :W.a.Voorbeel 1 l5 % N,0 j- ;.: / . 1 .

;. . ,_ .r th4iax, ,slut. i. .tho _. . C.BoobA.:Bro,..jLLNU.< 11' f' !, ..n McDonald &TTm.Uckar... 1 i N ..; floral patterns e y.. :..J ctt80NVILLEiI'LA.. -K: 1 '"

'," erganiutlon is necessary in order that NNN...- ,.....;..,..!"....!:... .i.t.,:.: .'R.. .i..r.. ... .%... 83oane&ZennMtN1.N.Al.H.MoCall.,:...;'..:..... lCJH.a- .._t ..l4. ._. Colored;;:shirt' .wa1ataWJT 'much '1. Pig's pamaraland Foot Brand Blor, and Bone,:17;per ton j t. r.: ';: ",;. ". i;," : .t I
Guano"he"Ideal '
; \they may.proteIbwaelri'eflinst -S ; .. .. Tobacco FeHiiiz;;=l$ per ton. ;_ t' ;': >
*t*V *..a..N.-N:I : ..'.. ; ::: :3: :!:: ::: & xcradd ..a3' bloused in front C' ,- ', "" : :., : .
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,flaWd market id shipping.." Theacre.ge : *y. .;. cror. . mf. .: YeIao40Monttott.NN J. t.. 7..:: :::: J q 'f; f* I' : ::" Ai : : -; $ '" : .,
Tan-colored Ca I's -
: -
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gowns'with.r.d FL"I'
< ElUooft PhiDipLN' I TelTet : PH [ ,' '
in tomatbea Is soaetMbg enormbns ''I'o&a1l'\h" ._ ; : a 454 .:. N 1 ... . : .. AGENT ; 't. ;,
ii. '; ' W.J.McEddr./.....,: a 1 1-- .. belt and collar. \' ' ", '- i1 .
/ev. ,
r e..eo.i..... f... .. a.l'dLfaq MMlkMY ?
to a compared with other'years, and wee t U Cook-...;........... I' .. NNN One of the.sllrer gilt b k1eit"biihe' F1iL. -' t..f :4 '_
=P will be:Iar/. ore'next ,':1' r ti K/y.Lang n..h:..t'h. new uah'brwrinldedbeltliehapetlike' : 4iji
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i 0 H 1... . N <_ ,
t ... ?
nrpb'ANN .
year.; Therefore a thorough organita-. \ .-tow.cITT. r' Y g r .........$ !,.;.:,.N.N... J. ... :I:..I ....:: .tha wheel'ota, sbip;;inside of the rim ; <; :
Filooamong' iH' for self and r MBooDe' ........ .... .... I .. la a''" yaeht; 'with full sail,'-.In'coloredenanieUtiorma E. A.WAD.(1EI.L '
growers: : :
r. .... .....-......,, I .;. :
rlatual protection.Ii_ D f' f B.I* .,.. ... J..0. Tnl1U.,...?.......-...._' ..., 2"I" 1 .:N. a very pretty noTelty. _, ;: '
& 4 Ja n wr... IiK Don&1..QoI1 ect......, I. .' .' : 'ilLoii '
:
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TlHf aoreags- of .okn, otiaibeipsi' .. :Vi i l . K. N. B. a m u K .....,..., ..<. _:", ::.: .Belt'- '- of g. .webbing. .. ,! striped'with. .. 'Cit._,' _and- ConntrReal '.k 5,_ . . ,",' ,s.
"- ' r. M atibewl....-,.:.--.' -.:-.-.-.-. 1'0' '. :. ..... .;..;....h.;..,;.....'.- ...-;-.. ".. pine Bna.wiuie in ezmcv'reproduction .:
i ratOMj 1eiLuoe; .squb Ier7J. end Pu1 KatO.w. ' t' .. :,. ........ ....-........."I'I"."' of tfie army 1t with buckle to : ; \ :
match
Jams &oberta'.f.::.:: ' Estate Baer. eau
r ovit et W. : 1. T.1 : : :
'._- so imidl thai we bare brought W.t.Oratn....... ".: .., .;' 'J' ,. :. Totals: .....:.'..:.:.. .- ire among the newest arrhala-which; .. ; ,
,: 11ie'4I: .renaesounttlgrowo; together H.' 1t.1Iart; ;:\.J.!;. _' a .:.r :.' ;o bid fair to become'Very popular Th .'. -l: -J-" -r." .J'.t..c.x : ' ::
n 'and: Vr.e MQberr7.tJ. I. i ."If '* "; > aAu W4: IM n? Bay Bi eyne property; City Lota, Fruit' -1 '\' : :
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Uibalated them In a brief schedule xt1.L..sIHVr >...:1 JI f price Ja also popular; ,,- : ::
- D.B. ......N.N. ..., .t.1 r.R ,IR.xLl1JDZ>Ja.1I 0 d .. Vgdlitllo trade of aJl8iZM$ fur inTestmentayjis'>f -' * * r
irtiiewblcJa KDtcJa' ; : 'h
. _.. is below the n' .n. ; i- 1 .
givgi > r. I *

'<.', : .',matnyoheduleof tomMoesfg pltate.', 8.O.WI'.-K.B.T.B&Browa Peatt a s.)"l-.i-on.-i<:*.\I\....,.;..1.-r...;... t,". .I''t4' I! "..' ...!.,...;.. I" .:1; .1.!)'>-.' "".: r I it'... .it.' :.t.:' e'.SOME., .. ._GREAT" . :.[.IHYEHTORS.' "'. ,-_ I Phosphate and, Orange :Grove; Lands :jori.,=W'es sl..Coss,. ;::. : 1'

'. and,beans. .it: 't{* ly' c..w..i..C t.;:... I ':'" .3. .r"i B.T. KlBf..w......:.....,. .1 .. .. Arkwright, |the inventor of the spln--' Fur cnrreponJDC:endow rismpa '..:;I # '. i'AFlM0U1.d = '
a ocr, Mayberry ., .: ; f;; I .,. .. ..r. i. a.Kiof .... .. ... .. I .
.rope effort* to acquaint thee ... .g : O. nM.. ! 2% ;:: ..; ning muhlnewsti;:; bar I'"i': _' _ .' 11'r ,
... .. .. . ... ... .
I. :
""! ; .JJ : . AGEl"f'.FOR. ,
: ; .i '! '-- .c.000' .f NN r. . _ .
I
with .. : -.otl '
wwgrowers the operations ofheir :; \ t' ro." {- :-.c J.Wal1.r.. .L..N_. 1 I. ., Cart right* --the :"InTentoVl. of the, -

.-.' :.neighbors! I In tbejailous aecK i ..B.P. W1aIdbJ.t.. .t...:r... 'a' ::". ,".. .F.a;,.. Wm. .Marihsf..:,._:..:...;........N'.N: t. .. .a'+. .i. :power loom, bras a'clergyman: who had Patti. izet ri-.C1J<:co..W7 .agn,'lllJ \inr.lOTER-WNDMn.LS., : : : .,

B'i 0Ten"iU'be; p recUte4.Jn\a.\ Lw.-.2 L T Br1ngto';: : ...,!.c, 4,, 1 '-j' ;;. W.B.Joyce;. ..'... .........i* 'Jo .. . 54 'Sever seen;.;weayer at wort '.'_ I 1 > ., '...J"J'l. : m DL ".'._' -

:"eoUdrway,and,Uiat pea>whbre. : >wt .U .1....: .. ...-.r. j'.i'1* HO- '..y'. il U orm W. Mtrthall.BrKbkaa..::..'.........:.t10....,;; ." ..,.a.. 'I... ..1. !'. BrindleT,"the greatest" -eflf,engineer .E -tM.W A1r2nac.A, .ovsr'- !.MIAMI. :f'LA1\ . ..<_ .-; ,." '
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leea'fl[; to aTprtbe Az ''r uClw'itb S WiaiYni..J..t 'JV-TbooM 8. fioyd.Powall.; .w.rfK.V.............. 2 ... .. ... In>England; before the present:century -. ,- .. :
... .... :
!bets .. Boater ,..,. 'I . J. B. Mai .1 . ,waa totally_ _deficient_In sdenjtiflo . :) :
2 .
ubscripUons t, as'_Mr. Featfieriy t. .h:, I;; t. haU..u.,4 at ... .. .... : -. '.... . ;
. \ .
auCareJ' . . . J W. J.B.Minh _
,r.n. I rt x.nball ft N : .... training.,; \ : 1'iii ...
haaVpaawd__among tb n.wilj doso.atai : Put..81RIt .t. .,.". ;. 7. a, :, ;, i," WK..VJ--..;. .NN;.: ?:.. .5t] ': f' ..4 'I 'ij X' 'I"8' _";.':, ..". :
Jeedal a8pl rq..L.aNN.1.. : 1 . 'mtJue1. :who'Inventedthecott: : .
IS n: t
' earlydate. The\lUTaopoi::::'will w..iI{ _. .. I" ..h .1. 8iILCana.......-.N.NNN.z.....: I; ..NI.. .N. .' gin'was a achbol-teacher and Fulton : ." : '. ;: trr. : ;:
\'; : "r 1T. ... ... ... : I, ;: ;; : .1
.paro .ao''cspeitiei.lpr haM'work, rfn I" I. .. ..
2 :
; feila j0ef the, troekers and ''r'ath&a .. ; :f t :. ;;;: :: :::N:... .zft .Ie:.;; is IA.I. pf''ittambot. f aipVWM; [ '' _Tijri, ;"tat# ,DistilI ;/;Wafer.....t .i;:t..OrderaProm ply:Tllled; t.J
: ; frail grog .. .. H . ;:;:. ;; ;: ; : : : :.: painter. .aV was also 'Samuel ..J1. fl, < ; .. , ,. ..
: a .... .... t
J. f NN .h. . .. .1 I !
; wa o/.8oQti.Pa4e (into a I %.... c.r 1li .5. f1. .NN.i ; ., tfprie coTeflr'of -
knowledge pf .. < 1 . . tae telegraph Miami
tbe-.:operaUoas$ ':f/'each/' ''other;.aidtfceif '"...oPaaexv1 Wright.. .i/...."..\:" ... 34 U ...:.... Tutela.........., ..'... I 7 554 v'Jt iaVinterestlneafo'note' the number ICQ Co/r/Forpsl/ j Ba k e,; Mgr. / ;

.; fabetieg'; ?ktdxtst.aa & ItI A 1 :.. 1. '. of importanUpjWtlons due to . -
rteati.aNAi the .
innoh as .i : 1 In.gennity
hr :
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topetlble.; < h q i>roeir:lr 'bt e2A8!! &W.Lndrewe.yia_ \"t,. :::.., S't:1: :.:. .:..at,; .y. C17'J'I"a&.' ,_. .fl d 1 ;bf persons who. oecnpations.: " : : < :. : :: : : "< : > J

9: Jb-ia e*this year wiriVoome a feature .......,.. ... .. .,: f lay entirely out of the1Ja of tdt.IJI. ,''R; '

-.: .r"ti. WOektj Itrit.'t : Oeai ra Y''::=Z:2 :;::.- :::; :;;: :;:: ::::: .E ?: .IoaipitriatsR.'5 .$ui tety.few'.re_ .'.1rare..thlt.Squln._ r. I' R.:., "=-E."". .:'I..." -.r': '...m..J". ,. ...: ;-'r. -: I'O'EI: ; ,':..".:: -. ::


:.. :nee to' t8e Baagnltade'of'. ai'wiafealixed .!; eI -yTeia1., .: :.. r7anw.i..*:::.:. 4 1'' .:, Co.i EbeDtUr, Clifford, of,:Exetert-N;' H-, ": .... .';Y".. :'.T6cD. X,: .'Otrit4 Jt- d'r-= ,.f l-tr ,.&
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with! -
s r JVa Je.k11a. :A whom''DantetWebsterboarded, > : A.1: -
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f.Co' J 2.14 . '
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} wH >;tooktt; nil eve'weelcB Mr. Ball.;..4 .....A, ; during::his school days In that. <- , n _<.

.: x.l4.Ji ."prooeeded little 7LnTI.zwa.. r 4; .. .:,, waa the flrit min In i town, ...: ISURAIE7". .f.-,'; .., '
'. a I S n W.aWatr-wi..r : f this country. .to in-, .- ,../ lit .r '
.: te'eu6" ,".1Y.rQ "..,r ', r., i .' :,! ati'' W. .{ rent and tae,a dinngben; L';' .: .:. _. .1. : ; .: ./ <.. ;, \ .". ; .; .
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oalneh,4ldvaiatig. tOsalli % :, .... iutbor otti"Seleaograpby: .';:'.eveuna, i'it1. ,.- al.t'1 a+rogtIatan- IaUa.U. .,L '::. u r-teo it.! .v:' 't r' ..;' .
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i' YoEatt whoa --r' O_ L "
) 40turtiJa/ +v rJ.6 .1-.d : : :; .a k C.j talo J. erts...,.. s published a' work atTDiufzfc- "
s Is anry'1)euochcr rli 1f} ....... t .. .1647 Al riCa \ a ern itei Ii t.Britj -
Rr early as made ; P' real
1ft. s'r J. et Baudr f,,,,; Y 't ', P11rlr .N..... 1 , :theeoprplatoenara.lags : '' JngLr.Jnc C,' ._ d : I
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FARM; ,GROVE GARDEN hand to supply toe demand in this direction. Continual and persistent' agitationwill 1.larger,yield of"grapes'of better quality. --t-r '*

Tt" *% : '-, .- hasten the day of its adoption and Fqd-f.6i1. a -. : use ryesfandsome'1 : !

J There is widespread miaappre the enjoyment of results therefrom. The Thomas '
very .1men '
;
r ; ,tATtERS THAT WILL INTERESTAND ? "1 '> / .
?r .t AID SOIL T1LLEBS. hension of what; is contemplated in Mirror and Farmer. August 15, thus, ; 99" .Cafaro. J ae. \ kIo. ,. ,

- -' : this matter. Many erroneously suppose !ply from the vineyard UWI\a.t to,'P1a...,\ {owJo.PlaArtt**- '- %'rTelU ;l ).' ..r.t .

'?'' .Correspondence Experienced Hen that ihe,advocates of >this measure HOWS THIS? !(types Other varieties' iJl"abo their_ taiewitoclt'of' .'' '{ '", ,- 7 it

would have the boys taught how We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward cesskm until the"middle :"

L .+(I" : 'and Agricultural,Iiteresting '' Extracts Prom.Concerning'Our to do various kinds of farm work.and I for any case of Catarrh that can 'and furnish fruit till f. ::,frees for_ Florid'a''; fan ,fig' j ;:.
Exchanges
' how to feed and handle different kindsof not be cured by Hall' Catarrh Cure.F. The Memory aDd;1UsJ . '- -.. . .
, Farm Crops. .. itlo'iarletleeoi ebofee Fruits sad Flowers acid fdrlnV tan Ddr tOe for '
.- .. farm stock. Nothing canld be fur J. CHENEY & C6. Toledo, O. deairable' combining :aitlviitliix same. OrerSi Hand3omePhowgrapbk lllaxtrattoaawl Yews 4". rri
dyt' < ther from the facts. What is e.ch'ocatPd We, the undersigned have known ?. ties of vigorous gn .-Altwmof Soot! hero Krulwaod KJower"This Gaodjotne Ci Wu*,
Tobacco Climate and SoUsV ( 1 upon( application.-tiend tor a cony. It will Interwt rod it you are a 10.-
", is the study of the principles that J. Cheney for the last 15 years. aM producdvene&s and and. ReTdi.-"?* -** ; -.)JI'I : -.-- '
It "k A curious and interesting fact -
,: ; underlie the growth .of .--1 t". quality.r
c'thtt plant believe him perfectly honorable'in-all 'J' EE-HALE MILLION'TREESrlNSTOCKJ-
\ tobacco suitable for domestic ,
'. and transformation of soils. Whether the business transactions and financially Desiring.to"secure the ;, errAtl.tandardartetteioo'ekher ..

r cigars 1 is raised- In Sumatra'Cuba boy or girl spends a life in some avocation able to carry out any obligations made large .a. jury as : Citrus TnfolUu. Sweet.or-boor 10'A..N..Q-ESlr.< "'

Florida and then passing over the In the .country or in, the by thelrfirm. visitors were taken -.--orange stocks..- ,--- \ r.i ". 5,
J X- Vi- t "
; r.te"
the
middle tobacco states cigar typei city there can be no .mOre West Truax Wholesale Druggist, yard for the purpose of : Orange on.CitrusTrifoHataStbcksi,a:Specialty; :?
,i found again Hassachusetts, Con- [ ,
interesting and useful study for Toledo 0.1lrnlding. varieties.'WjothouJ. o e
netoticut Pennsylvania Ohio,,Inoutna, All.the,' triedsid.tvstedl'peach' 'l "" V.
mental development and for extendingtheir Rinnan & Marvin, Wholesale ory and Mish were besVvarieties. I r\f-i 7T E".8" 4
ESt .
Illinois and Wisconsin. The tobacco H : Aver 0 tree. y tf\j( fl ,
_ 4 appreciation of the grandeurand Drupgfct. Tele-Jo, O. nor to the,Scupp rnon .In.twi.n. '. . l' ,< 5
.I1n which is used only tor chewing and sublimity of nature than will re Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inte-- rartetiea'compared, the Plum;Pe'ars,;Persimmons, FIgJ,1lIulb' rrie3Orap *: t,( ,

smoking, and which is Hnt'.abrardt cult from a'study .of the laws that I nally, acting directly upon the blood far the*most vigorous other fruits iad,flowers. adapted'.. to.Florid(Flutist la' .proportlos.Over ,. .'.. .
raised in the \
best cause, vegetable and.animal life .to go'''land I mucous surfaces of the system. ;All are free from _too V eij s'Of-Ch..o Oto Rosesl.- 1 '

r very locality lying ,through its natural changes and ".Testimonials Bent free. Price 73(. occasional very slight -
F latitude of So uthernOhlo.z; ; It: Is ur- 'transform ta iborron, was hleM soil to Hall's family pills are the best. 'rot. the proximiiiy of that ;; PAY TnBlPREIOHT'ind 1 tltmt fwe have dn ws cttw tW.k' ''

,\ prising to find.so little difference;in 1 'one of productiveness and value. It is in either types may have' ,s>o that.we. rere Pioneer ia_ .scjllny Wxh jrrwJ*?Bnery,Mock at tow poles '

r the.cneteorpogkal seconds. ;:for these 'one of the most interesting and faa spores for the disease.. I POMONl1NURSEBIES.\: 1 '
several places during the crop'season.There Tobacco Under Cover. .
*' dos not seein\o5be auffidcnt cinatlng of studies end makes impressions Ls
the cuttings taken in .
I life _
of country upon youthful I ,
man's Rural in St.
Wond published
difference to.eXplain the distribution "
; erased November ,
minds that can never be or layer ; . '' -' '
t 'of the different classes of tobacco and :whatever, may be the occupation fol- Louis, is.in. rIle city. ;lIe has just ,time from October to ]: Ae: : :t : :e: :- : : : -:, -t\
came from Tampa where he went on '
,.: yet U distribution is probably due The tabulated M3.t "
climatic conditions. lowed. a mission for his paper. The publication : Prepaid oil _Trees:*eee e _:n !}
to
mainly ThIs plan has already been adoptedin describes the
is interested! in anyt.b1ngper.
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One asset still judge .therefore, so the schools of eome countries. In varieties except as' 'Po all Mat to vkeOaff. SttteVj L end.for Nee O& aiolusgiita=.tsess' t are .
taining to and its attention -
/ far as the climate is concerned mainly Of understand agriculture, the stem aoddcactlptlooof' 3 K> Adapted V.rluIH'' 's S"
the state Tennessee we had been attracted of ; .
from the experience ef:"others a* to law in 1879 by reports The Scuppernong .T Pomelos..' Kumquats, Lemdns?;: peaches. psarsptums vS ?.
re
a was passed tobacco culture in Florida, especially Mu berries I Roses,Ornamentals _,etc 8 r%f
the. class of ,tobacco to ,be raised as Nuts.Crated, Figs, .
drop ao from V.
of in readily '
quiringthe; study agriculture in j' r "
r"
Tampa. ? S '
? t :E.tlmatea Furrtiahed. -
: the ordinary metrologicalwill ihe.common school. In Canada the Near Tampa said Mr. MAD'Sfle1d. cause great waste in YeaiCorr..pondenca.5ajloted' 0 AgentS., -
he of. very little value in determining study ,of agriculture in the common stem is attached to ..\. 'CatAlosue- MaIled t-due. '
there is that is
,', r": this point. The plant is far 'schools, is optional with the school nowhere an else industry in the world. pursued He has n The Thomas iA,8ERPro :. s1E1t *T.MART vY.IQ\ 'enkt liary.>"&: .. }

"'. more sensitive to these meteorological' 'trustee Some.)of the leading papers made a'specialty of tobacco growing Scuppernong seedling __ '2. ,' h u,'" _' .\ f '.; : :
conditions than ,are the instrument. readily though '
,
c of Canada advocate the compulsory and nowhere else has he seen it raised
-
.Even' in".such a famous tobacco; region of in 'the "schools.The1 The Flowers, Flowers .
study agriculture under cover. There is just one firm at ;
as.Cuba, tobacco of good quality Value.'of: this elementary instruction Tampa Messrs. Neylands & Sons that and Temderpulp'adhere I MILL & F0M4N'i.; .
cannot .be grown in the immediate, bunch having
i tis even better .understood in Europe 'has adopted this pan, and it is found the :
vicinity of the ocean or in certain ternally. These last
; than upon this side of the water.France wonderfully .: An acre.or .
parts of the island even on what is said to be one of the most more of ground in'a patch Is covered can gathered and SANFORD, :FLA. ; . .
'
ic': would otherwise be considered good world es" aa readily t ;. . . ,Il
countries in the .i -
; prosperous cprricul overr with a frame work of cheese I the lease ezplrlnr and contemplating: *' Chaa e. *tbc"bttsineset:I t
tobacco lands. -This ha been: the_ex turally.. A,course of agricultural cloth.:. The planters have several such The Mists and ) ; l the remaining stock of Hill a' Co's. -goods -arrreat rdu oa. ?'
.- .' Lotdden. ,
Machine
and-BUnda Paints
mil klndajLwors Sash Sprec. '
'
'J' per1tnCealso'in Pumatra, And In''our studies .Is'compulsory in every; primary patches, amounting.to nine acres, under rated best a* ,to Jr. Cnhivatu/ 'Cll Heaters KUhlaic Tackle ac prices.less than they
untr7 b 'the1 ; differ in .Material at half price.* Agent for,the SorreoUt. Brick. Special anus j
own/ ,\ .influence* are and primary> rural school cultivation. many respeotsl : I " -" -
upper lota. .. 'L' t- i -r rJ. k.
: too subtle to.be detected.b1"loglc oaeteoro- In'that eonntry,;-M;'Tesseraud's .an .The covering stands ten feet above la best in flavor and t.b ,e .d' -' .''
l inHrnmenta..!Lhtle,,therefore,1 Anal ion agricultural education alsd sweetness.. The ; \ i. 'H".ILL ", ,- = '
the The doth
report ground. runs .V ., ; :
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said'at'ihe time in I large V- "
be ; berry,
can present regard very "
i in.France aye: around the patches. It affords protec
'F to the suitable climate,conditions 1 :Our schools'itow are.'far.better.attended Lion,from heavy rains and from winds smalL Both, continue'

,for:'tobaisco' of ant particular than they used to be,',everywhere that,would injure the plants. As'it: is, -Alabama. Station LIST' .OF,. RTJ { ;: MATERIALS

'.< 'type or qaali ty. 5 c $ people,ere working with zeal, beautiful leaves for wrappers are,raised. Cost'and -,- v' ?% jz.NGrt' -.-' ? ,. *

Under"given climatic.conditions. ;the and. the ,scientific spirit has invaded. As hller the tobacco is also good Profit rule the I--'r, trucker and Chas: .;;pay laird

,,' , dass and'type.of,tobacco'depend upon the farm. ;Youngmep: : intelligenceare : (jut it is particularly fine when used Six pecks of corn or mm ssions. commission;, ;,011r'eyeryrJuo : be. bays and;;.a,

I a'-; the character, of;the soil upon',which becoming more,attached :to' rural for wrappers. be more than enough ) : ;-b''.ever'l thing i Jie fells.. ".Vv bat; a; desire J do J :

.' <.' It.. grown, while. '.the. gnjdelia> dependent iife: and the Children brought ,up' in Air Xianatteld says the wrapper I I. a whole 'year' as she cave him, the:commi i 1fJ11 on'aUi thefcltllizerrnsr..J1'relt-} '

r .. ,' largely"trj n.flhe'cultivation and pount ti7'dJ tmte ,when hey receivean equal, almost.to the finest that comes less food in summer ,; arid thus;avoiding the,'expense; of'_a 'traVeiling salesman-?- .

'. ., "curing gtahe'tnop. 1 Different_ ,types,of appropriate agricultural .education, troop Havana from wInch place the The next point. is, how commissioned! :an' agent. lf YOu':are' tnteiestea ,fin. sav og" b

:( r .tobatlcobaie"tvn'on' widely different will 'be ;less. temptedtp' into the -t in the world is received. Examine six :pecks of food cost ,.giVtUS: ''yo't. .ordersfqc ::; : it ".wfcnly: =bjr handling

oils, all, thewsy'from'the,: : coane; increase .a.cigar made with Tampa wrapper *. races th.efoa of six ; that small : ; \Ye
'towns to the already too great t? of goods, margins cafl be maintaL-. .; :
; .aandyjland* 'ofj the'.pine.'barrens:: to :'chronie raisedunder cloth he sap and U Ou1f.exceed'. hiitiaYive reduce host diJertilizet
number"of those Unemployed first< take the s'to .the,
the:'heavy'claVt!limestone, ,..iand will be Impossible tell differ- wholesale, the cost Is "
grass who consUtutetoday;perpetual dan f to the second :'ahkl'\;iherefore'jshauid: have their.support, ,
The is
;tk wheat lands* The besr- oil'for some that race between it and one.made from a point ,7.30'e '
gar t,*oteWy; He.'saiyu: ] agriculture -; will wish.aUpeciaiformula"muced.Ve.\ : wiU ojt'bryouchug. ,
th hens lay and
"J kind oil tobacc 'for therelore"may the be riculturai a1"mem' ) =is':taught_' '.in'" ::,the'echooLi of Hol- Havana wrapper If a number of,oiKura -, o1 ned< for themt, Let ; actual, 'costio: i:.materials::\;used :and. $i; 'per ;;tin_ for.mixing'"
: ;,worthies* slapie a Mr.: Mansfield
examined .
are
"In Ba- says '
18 anyd.Bavaria and Hungary. pnces'foE tile ,
'arc#QrL next:3Odaystr
: .
jf food fora -"
cropiC' while the beat for another varies grlenlti .schools'exist' in ev liae'dotf erence can:'be 'detected, but it ,year at ( AJJU1W ;.U torti per ce n:anla.I ... ..... :.D+: : .;>5&U; +

type of tobacco Inay :be ""tM,;'richest cry district,' the state paying half the takes..'suUhTa ..comparison'-'to' dialin-- when we- estimate on a.17.to 20!per cent ammonia..... .:_:::i:;i.a.:..:'..._.:1'!:..:' '

a and" most"productive'..soil'of any''that I annual coat:; 'They'are ofthe, simplest glilsa (ilighteat 'superiority ,in .the, grain a. year -we \ .:11 tor: cenVaaunonia..... .; :,;.; .: '....i.:...! ..!.*h F
--
: ewe-hi.It'ii: : : pIIrticiaarlytrue'bf: kind, .initende ft>r-tlie; :"'sons'}: of"the: riarmna..goods.v10e or,' its'equivaleiBt' ;' ; Blood'andBone; .10.to:1J, > ,r,ctammqoJa." ..... :/. .ao t

..R tobacco. to. "a'greater:extent 'perhaps u\ 'farmer- and embracing;':a advantage of raising theiplanU er food Is glveni then : Bone,.Bto 8'pex". D1a _-14"to"20pef; ; ct.,_phos-. t

: ;-than- 'of '*ny other'orbjvthat' -the;tex l course-of) inetruetton t ; in.tillage, cattle{ underVcover is found:In the,excellentcbioring bereduced; prop ); acid.-ground..!..'''..'.,:;i..;.'...:*..'....ii>!.........!.." c.j.*...,> S4.'*.:.:,.'?'*;- .Om s '

1 r tole"and physical'properties, of' the arbor culture.'andi'rmarket ,they take on. ,Tnere is. a de.mand knit to j esttosate.the, .; ';.ato:'i .petceu: .;\ammonia, $per cent.phoiphorlo.aci&A1'.
raising : there/,.: "" t Mea to 9 cent ammonia. ,.. .,t..; 'ltd oa
Seed
the' this as no ; : !on ; ,pej?. : > > !1" **: -
influence of the.plant'to. and
soil physiology
1 .. gardening" '!!:>T_r 1'.attributeB for light wrappers :' '
proportions -'of ,bone, : ; Seed Meat t' :.td.Vp eeJi"ammon1a..ii..t -....-."...u>**, .. r
/:'.. .. .such :aa-extent aa;Wdeier.mlne moat.of''the;great;progress'made:}:by iRoadke ia'taken on by tl e\p1a-DtL' ;,etc,'eaien, : tt"Grade. 50' o't permn4: sulphate potash;60_to M.puj|cant aetuat.. x a

..r. : .:and'.control, the distribution"of French.agriculture:since"lSTOlto their ,shat" by so arranging)(ihecoverr.that'any ; based worms upon six: -pecks; { Grade 48io, 53 per cent sulphiie.poloahV O'to'2S"per: cent &. Z1M, i '
.t .the, ', widely differing' distinct"types of sta- shade of .coloring/may/ :be ; 80 to 85 per.cenl.munare'orpolaah,'6t'tq'64 pu'e.at actuL...a.a -
schools >ra/experiment
.tobacco .Soils "producing* a:, heavy- profes ; Secured.: (he culture! _can ,W.earnedanevonomicafly is as much ties ashen- :: 84 t.u per.centraulphato'potash., U:to tt per.,ceDt.I cuw.. flit
Uonsaatbe'able men wko"'JWa'e'bee if she reoeiyes;,nii'-C Asbee;.s to s "per cent actual pouan....:...,*rw .. .......:;!..' ....:...: U.W '
:\ ; $ !shippingtobacco,i will' not:produce Induced"'to.d T..fth eir'.effortJ4o,.g ; tie.,coat"to.the-producer fifty cents as 'thecoart '\ : pkate.14- to33"".pe ,'eeDt.araWbie'pboaphorld'acidN..N. ........... UM- #'

; .* ;fine.Iobacoo_of any variety.; Boils containing tlculfural.educationTheaefacts. ; : and ,,It is,said, being only''about A .lacenta 'ah old::8e11 i : lJ'Jne Brae; 1. to'18 per cent & & phdapttortc a.c1L.!...,..... .: :iiaS .
; :
year eggs -
"1 ,' a"large proPor.tion'ofc1ayor 'more:on; the.:'aame subject j ore _afpound, I =,',' .. .: t.'-This dust is'so1J by aample;"and la guaranteed to be' nnleacbed _
many : .
most'remarkable fertlllslnc and l&secUclde properties.. . .. i.;...
aU Ita ;
f t -wnichV.f o otner,reasons ire retentiveof enioroedearnestl ; in an'edltorlaI\ One of,the, ;things -- :
L .moisture 'tend' to large ,* in conneccioliwich,the culture of tae .TobaccoStems.: ..'; >..V:....>.;".:.a ;y.\.i: ;: .:>.t' .!. ,3.,

k .'heavy. ; produce ti .,:dark, a t7anadun'contemporary."L; \ tobacco under cover is'the: wide diflerin Ton ntJ,to* roan,'who : er;.. .,.... ,,-ta4..!......r.........._,....."f,1'3... .N. :>_...N!.. .
plantch'ctue >> : of'interest note still the-welf :at'Florida teats
U ,may ,to: u ; ,coarse or fine In 200 pound sacks? S3 Ofbyths'toa.tas,
..
brown: ;light, sandysoil produce more'in--detail,the;_system"1;:Francein nee; the price it and the' Havana ', the'oni:'Who la' ':DO';; pct P up maul. size,).CUK J1 cen..per.POUAd.'or byy they ton...J- 30.01.

? ;. *',a,;plant. rhaving va. thinner' and 'this' nester/of,;..griculuraUedncftUon ; Article+ >brings.., A few days .ago the ,alive .to.or/,the:.:interests/ | an n"'Ben:; 7'.Acid Phosphate..'D.;Sotv :Bone,1ut; -
eifc the <
._ ,.more .delicate 'Jef,>which :,by' proper 'This, :teaching 'Is'.now;'giventliere d.n, Havauia:tobacco" ever'produced, cur / ; : \ d .?'aimt'are: put 1p 111 Zoo pound'S; Cotton, ;
:treatment- be .cured- toga bright ,4 shipped.. New xork.? It b h'tfu.3a" sacksl kinds'" ,
k ,can : n'seven ;different: taef or degree and Larid i Plaster, ipo'pound1 PotashJall :
'
:red mahogany,jDrnne. yellow..color. So *. Firet:there is'the'superior Instruction peXpound.'. A dl1. l'o'$La"wax C CU \ Kainit'2'pounds; ,,. 1 Nitrate Soda;,'&, in'un .-eiil\packs=from"_ .
:marked is'this Influence,of:'soil: upon -of'.ih ;naH 1iaI' _agricultural .>barge I;! The Tampa tobacco, which - -- oo' jioundi :-Hard Wooth_Ashes, barrels of:256 pounds.;; '-

,'tive.quaUty, \Oobsooo' ;*hat "a One college Yor;which ;'we:Javefnofcojrrefsponding *s:'a bright tobacco land ,be : Havaaa:;prodoct can be brought: t ; / :, "J i .
separated .
may ,
'Institution in thii'country. '' : '
:; ; than'-the (thai and kindred:may he,In, ": '

',by soil only* which a few will feet"produce from a only heavier:a1 heavy clay Second aorrespondingto'ouretate'agrl-, the mtiortal'school of'agrtcultute. ieaatpee'pound fromthe: Island. \ duty. on "'-.* L : :i : \ E. 'O., EANTERr&! Cp.::... v .' i" >. ah

manufacturing, lent *"*" ;. The gMwu. of Tampa' obtained ; .y'i" .. \I '/ \ JACKSONVILLE,. LA: '
,
or:export. tidtnral'..colleges Then there are r.hili.seett'fr Havana Three '-. ; ; I : ; \ t .
; tend- ;crops ,. .
Manurts and fertilixers schOOls 'of '
; always practical' / agricuUnre for "
a season.are raised undercover,, sixty not--only:a winter.resort : 'i. {: '
ekyen'dozeh'
.WMtHE KEPT THEJL
.:to'increase: the but : (132 .
; ; ;.yield, per acre,; which we nave, no counterpart. The ', 'the pence;'; but:tone. of>,the.' ; .
day, only"being 'n necessary for : '
; I ) ; production of:.the.hen'ia: curtain
American BrT
where large quantities nitrogen:are fourth clan.is apprenticeship school*, growth of the .All that'Is- Iprogra. ire. In,the entire_ : -. ;> | i'a J ;
plaint;; pnduced > ; oll r'p Ofl6: -The "cost'of-; .** ?
,,, dear.English
:soil is loofcprettyold, c
added to the there' tendency .where' boy :>nd 'g rJ. 'aretaugJii Till
; ..by'jNeylamds; ASons Is consumed, -. tJ .: labor 'ort' k. "included..t 'em "
'for the fJo become th ICk er,lJeayier. the..lmysierea-of[ general::farm.work; nrsanntaOtoers I '. ANDlike > not "Nobleman-; != yes..; r
**
t*1 Tarn ,
by ? jit ndt siad '
1ay'one'hundred -
?:and.'more gummy. In the'case.of the: fruit; .r+owIng. dairying::iad: 'other vannahNe'ws.Scuppernong. ; ; ;; TJiey are--av- the-- = of'my 1
: -
fine'bright'tobaccos,'or'naturally. thin 1 throbs' The culledechoolsin: 'whichprofessors ., -; '4.. ,-. ,.: I :Its'eider sister* the" y' ;.a a flock may con;jl departed[ 'anceitors.i-N.Yl: ,World.. ,r -
hens and 'a large numbe'rT.of
of/our fn ternaF Colony
textured leaves this is apt to cause; of {
v : ; agriculture; <4iagricuitural : ,- 5 Yfke
' .FamilyThii ut : &:"do not. believe ,. therefore,]:r ' .
marked ieterioration inthe.character, I ;chemtstry' are.,nppkmeinted "' '. .' '
;;ispecuijariy\a "child 2of: the : "alone'will pay' lea.'on .
t'f 'of the leaf, b ut'with; the heavier varieties by'instruct3onithe''fields; 'for: all : iiy
South: whkh-ha hitherto+ 'been sacU v f1:,largerjflocks.Qsf mile .
\ 1
I this 'result Is far; from: tmdVsira&e these'sciiobbi have,lands"+ ettadtdfor; : \ tleutCootlaerrup. 'rttte. tw
neglected.,,,,Aden are prone to overlookbtermiagibyIt1ch'they"are'immedl hatch and raise.chlcks. ;.:and ..fa +'
because it merely increases the object lesson work The seventh form 1 rims Arid b'r erotttttt- G
< ; ; ._ :;' ;the!proflt.will be'gained,! ftr
.normal influence of the eoil in Ii- : which have
making experiment Tstationsj : tsetosto the ,farm- .
ately surrounded while: searching heIi. +aisei iwo-"orUiree' ,
:: the leaK heavier,. rfcher'and.nwre;of beets' carried, to.great :perfeotlon"in'. abevad'for! those less to be'desired; butenchanting"in rnou. '.d )t ,and->each ;; : 'will in'that a.iuerpay.all; 1 -. ,
.Grasiderablecontrol can'lhersToile : nd d'milar.work to rpr tranporutlon. rat
France; are doing '
the distance P ; a. tearing )theggiu
;: z"L ne world by) be,best
.be exerclsed. upon .the;quality, or e.:experimeBt..tations In. this,connsc ,1belOIlpper. . ._ th.cmt1Ya.c'l ", . .' .., .' -.t'. :clear profit; the,amonni;?; of

,.. grade of flxtieaf. not 0Dli'.b1 judicious try, ;-Thus aU classes ofpeopk''hi'
cultivation; Wqt<,' by.roPe fertiliza" -* methods' of .instruction(; adapted. 'to' few,farmers-0 'being:aware 'of t the_;:fact : RA -the. gg'which"are grdater L yes a R

a t3aaCalifruit: r GroiRer:a their needs' mf conditions.' j: ''tb':there:ware';.other. *''7imuchUs:: .' -V"m ; :thin '
r The 'tendency,in this country is;to superior.; jj t -' '- '. *' the country,anel 'e' ;);:make jtoui try];i ay:one'
j ''
,- Agriculture to Schools." wards s;similar'''ownprehenslve; .sya- 'In:lss right;varieties' were planted lee Its :-nans more'.only.'-.markl ; the'ba1rosultsrom'pou1.; : 0 't Yo

'The-study'of agriculture In: public teal vA agricuitural-educotJon_sad:.the twenty,feet'aparti-in;; .-rows,'along'the any other from'war its If..car- eggs :'coiabined""easier' than sc "tats f o, s a ;

.schools. ,is" :extracting,,;,more than. the. Introduction'of;: .nature stfdie, in.pub: -' margin; of av branch. and':trained upon n m. h relook; on.;Vour ;:: -alone.oultlgTSaepeT i . {; '. ntrro..rniunoe e

usual,degree!of stttcatlaa'iti. -! lie'schools :is,a tep'towirds: it. A a,trellis\ 1 three,'wires;, The 'vines ItS ,M ; i-. .t t' .' "

; '>eat.ti ,iJojth:in Sheagrioolraral prrw general;,adoption'o.; *his world.'have have.been. ;'annually%pruned;'by'spurring ; fj :

T. and in eta t Uonal gatherings.;-. This is a'atrong; .Influence towards: ending ,hack./the 'can of'the'growthofthe :THE BEST .. ; $ 'pSIIASOpHEB.f

T i oct' omen:and .indice es,'4hai ,the boyt'to -' 11egufromt1 previous'season t4 six incheS.. .l" . .'. .. : -."'r ke d:'Kastua.:Snow,
"' 'adoptfon/of such studlem II acllnolt _and :would''stimur fTW : : '.(' ... .' '
Qurcpun- type'pnust be: pruned' -tin, autUmn < "heap:like'one,ob dese yeah Land

,; .try; schools,la getting,nearer. ; Severaltextbooks late an interest in;rnra} life entirely .Jtntt.after,:the ,leaves ,fan.; If ;'or' psrUcuUrs" .. .i .

upon s )the'subject Dare .been tjolarown 4otl, 'n edncal ed;pgrgom. Itvfould pruned:';Iater',there.IS.; *d nge ,ptd&strncUve write:Q-O. D. {Ackerly; .' ;; : e:! -dese :yeah whlches?? student's and brut niiro.d a>oolV far.a.told he 8oet res.tatr.t .:

prepared and. ,published,' in.:.recent ;'also,tend.to.raise.th
'jeers'wikh-misOy.indice.tes, ;***/ theauthorVairticlpate intelligence among the eutireituil 1 1L' ; : the crop .of fruit; ,ia: M.Iti makes me.-biasI Ist 's, Colleges, _

K l : : the introduction...ot i section':of' the 'country'and 't:sec be, easy reach,increasea. the'.size 'of. the : 'remembers, daF'X j o i 'f s&i

: '. ,'agricultural vtudiea and want In be"on dopuq"witbout'- ; -ery, "'great, :"pxpense." .berries. and 'bunchea,",and.. insures'a;' .r ,K.-'X.-U.,; : 4Y-WO. d.. e .rJ l e, IlL _, i .
< 94- A .,. - ; '-, .RJ i : ; _:. -. 'f':. ,F:Write at me.tot otilogne Be. r0
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$> rf

iflt falls.to cure gp to your!' merchant, -

x nro.pEr'rou MoMFrACID."ti 1't.

; '- i rpJ a:will refund tofhirru" '* Pr3ce.50'" .


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k Cupjd..Abrpad.i epend upon but me." er, and sat for a long time building Manes Choice:Imported :. The earthy matter contained la the these elements:,4a the iota jjrioaiethlng .\

| Somehow the gesture and happy castles but of the blue spirals from I see.from what yon say in regard plant is what ia left after 'burning a like the relative.proportional.. which
C The shades of night had fallen also oak in the blue' eyes made him 'feel his cigar; and out of each castle win to fig culture in the Gulf State that leaf or stick and consists of potash the orange' take I *:them, 'gfbout, i 1"-i' .

;k the draperies before the many berths a* he did when Ids mother gave him dow looked a pair, of brave, blue eyes ttJWs fruit i* traettng a good deal of aome sllex and,a small quantity each pounds of,this1, fertilizer ,ahooW pro-: *, J.'

: of the sleeper'O, attached to the night her blessing and Godspeed many set in a face which seemed to him attention. I aee it Ill ted the canning of lime magnesia, '. sulphur, phosphorus (Lace .one, thousand, oranges. b t .. ..

express from New York. Sibilant and yean ago and a moisture blurred his the one thing needful and altogether aotorie*at Biloxi,paid out $20,000 for ,, etc.. Evaporation take place It Is. a truthi that the .grower need 1)\' i
raping sounds rose above the click!ty vision as .a wave of pity and admiration lovely in the world. rash fig in one season, and the industry throng the leaves consequently more \oncern,.himself only with fhe,abbve .

. 4 ,' clack of .the rushing train, telling of for this big heart In such a,frail -By George! She shaVt be left ont ia only in its Infancy. The fig earthy matter.is found in them than in three ,fertilizing I Ingredients as- the,L.- I '

sweet slumber's possession of tired Wdy:stirred his eoul. He couldn't help !n the cold any longer if John Wal- II a sure crop and very productive.A wood, branches, ete, sometimes as other*are ,In'(our soil In sufficient.-* i.

a brain and bodies. Suddenly a hand telling her that her soft brown' hair dron can help itl It's funny some widespread belief that figs will not i much as seven per cent when the quantities,' with:the exception of rune,, i! ,. .
drew aside a curtain, and a face was 'and blue eyes were just like his man didn't see her nobleness before, thrive under orchard culture and that i wood would only contain two per cent. Sulphur acidn magnesia need perhaps ', ', r,

stealthily thrust out, the eyes anxiously mother's, and her brave spirit also at but b F's scanning the tunnel-like aisle. which a delicate pink showed in herpale he didn't Here I've been knocking found In the door-yards to flourish ic matter is dissipated by 'complete former always present in, our acid .,

Satisfied with the apparent solitude, cheeks and a pleased look in her about the world for forty-seven years bas prevented very extensive planting burning, and makes 88 to 99 per cent phosphate;' magnesia' is never absent

. a the figure owning the face slowly eyes which, although he knew he was and always declared I'd never marry b y any one "num. The best soil in of the leaf or stem. The chemical elements In any' fertilizer. In some ,caws J

< emerged like 'troubled ghost. Down holdIng out false hopes, made him acquiesce till my hair curled. Now aa you might which to plan.the fig is the rich alluvial of organizable material.are com amonntingj to more than H per cent. t

the long aisle it glided, and a soft gurgle in all her prophecies of future say in the twinkling of en eye, my ,aofl. They can be planted where posed and supplied to the plant by Water Silica Is,only to4 abundant in our soil 4 "

and deep drawn breath told of satisfied access. heart has been turned topsey turvey they are subject' to overflow; an occasional carbonic acid and some forms of Soda and chlorln are,nuisance to,begot t r r
l thirst; then it turned and ret When his turn came,'he told of his and I'm sighing and hoping for the : overflow wall not hurt them. nitrogen. Water consists of hydrogenand rid :ofIn most fertiHzer*. a

.. traced its way, paused and quickly early struggles; the wild and woolly favor of this little careworn woman There are thousand,of acres in 'Lou oxygen and whenever these 'elft- The, amount of pptash\taken from a
disappeared behind the curtains of a West; of hardships endured which more'n I ever did for all my money.It siana which are subject to overflow meats occur in plants their relative the soil Is""far In:'excess"ofXany'other t'\

berth. < made her shudder and grow pale; of ain't pity, either. Well welll! I'll which could be profitably' utilized Inftg proportions are the same as in water. fertilizer) Ingredient Most{'of Bur'cornmerciaffertnizer -

r The ,next instant,' out upon thesnorecharged his mother's ,coming to share these bunk in an' get sleep enough, to raise culture if canning factories wouldbe Carbonic acid gas brought: to the are defldentNn'potash

: ,air rang a shriek piercing hardships and then, just as success my spirits to the proposing point be- put in close proximity where the leaves by every breeze and is absorbed : According to .the'analysis! gf' vrb :.

&,1 i-, enough*. .,to' wake the dead-if such' i came, succumbing to the hard strain tore we reach her stopplng-off place." fig are raised. It is a mistake plant by the thousands: '' breathing pores. for')ne,.part of phospjorjc acid:t ;' -
4"' ;-, V thing,were'possible. v- and fading 'away, leaving him- desoate. It seemed to her the sun had never a fig orchard in poor piney woods This'gas Is' also carried into the should" contain U" put'of'n1 .. J\ t

; t The ghost,sprang into the aisle and .'Of 'succeeding years that had shone so brightly the east as it did sandy land' and expect them to thrive ground by rain'and so finds its way to and-S part of pbtaah. .lnieadVHheycontain r.
'; i vanished A behind the draperies of 'thenext brought.hImwcelth: but no real happiness over the great rolling prairie the next without cultivation. On our rich bottom the roots. Soil containing decaying 1 to tAjas\ much phosphoric
tecton'ai blanched faces for he'had to Ihare Itwith morning, and when she told him alluvial soil the fig can be raised
it.7' ; ,appear- ,' no one so vegetation is manufacturing this gas acid as they do ''potash, and 2 tt 5 > ;x-
.. :: eH In" between'curtains and he believed she did that he said things never looked without 'any cultivation bat not on
;; openings ; ,, as so bright all the time, and so is always in read times as much phosphoric acid All they -
r W ,like'skull in,the niches of:cavernous true happiness lay only In the efforts to him before; he was glad she liked poor sandy upland Incas for the use of the plant., do nitrogen. f ''_ '

+, 'catacombs,.andtrembling lip inquired one:made,to give comfort to others. the looks of tie country; and then hi 1 have been giving the fig a good Nitrogen the fourth plant element In nsing Potoltb_ ;.use.the high, grade'

f' a ", the cause ,.of ithe blood-curdling Ai the day wore'on,) she ttook'paper described his two-thousand acre de of study the past few yeah Six Is a gas of which two-thirds of our atmosphere sulphate,,and',not the mnrials;" High r

,':z J.; 7' .Wand*. acrd pencil from her hand bag to write ranch, and the house he had built just years ago imported sixty varieties of is,composed and brought to grade' sulphate potash contaioi from sonehalf

'*;Vsse nightmare, ladles and gen-i-. a few lines to those she had left.be- before his JDOItherdied which had been ties, mostly from Spain France, Italy the plant in the same manner aa is to one and.one-half''oer cent' ' t
lady;; isnt"sleeping welL" This hind, and Innate good ''breeding made closed ever since because he couldn't feraa, Turkey and Japan,.and oat of carbonic acid gas. ft is matter of I of chlorine, while the muriate tuoUunf -

'i)"' ;expantion"repeatd many Umes'by him change his seat for..the one facing bear to have strangers use it. this lot 1 have selected the followingwrieDies some doubt if nitrogen is used directly from 45_to,48 per cent.It is a question ,' 'E
'theSenrmfldrepped her but she wrote he could not She said"it was he had which the beat after ,
1t the'portertwueatisttctory, and ; as : strange never acre by the plant as food. But when I I'' believe_ unsettled ;aa to whether -
'r v*. Into position muff help casting'gl at'her face, whichexpressed married, he seemed so domestic In fruiting them: combined with 'hydrogen (forming chlorine is detrlmentalto the orange '
%''< '47 ,linj[' the'grumbling*of the:.disturbedv' its varying--emotions vlvid- his ideas and he replied that he had lAalnioLien, White Adriatic (true), ammonia), or when in combinationwith I' but aa It-ousts nothing be on the j
F > sleepers..tUoralng." ly*aDd he thought 'it' was a very never found, any one he wanted till Dare .Norbus .\h.i.te tenon, trap d'Ur, saf side let ,
:'t (nitric acid,and nitrates), e us keep there.Pai: "
:c"p:'' dawned, and the usual Her- sweet' one:: Aa she folded and' sealed quite lately; but he intended to get tnda, ilertu du Japan Sumatra, oxygen take it rapidly.Of : read before the lAke County Hortleuk :
plants very
"-" cutaan efforts .t 'toilet-making onboard her missive the train rolled into.asta- the house in order as quickly aa possible Brown isohja. Lemon aaiillier, the natural up of -: tural Society by Mr.,L. AFieUf' ? :
preparIng
:.% : ;:: of,a sleeping-car, were In:progress ton, and, he offered to post it When and bring home the only woman White .Persian, Barigno, ,Brown Turkey nitrogen for plant.nse processes the best Is 'r- ---- fF": '
"r ;. ;' simultaneously two people-a'tiguous he returned a boy followed him, carrying that suited him to grace it . (true), Du Bat, New French.' the formation.of,,nitrate: '. :;_Orowing TobaeoorVnder. .
nitrification
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Si,man ands woman-dipped tom eon- 'a heavily laden basket, 'and "That is U she will take me for bet. If 1 was confined to three varieties I wbiclk
of the.soil through the' ac- i In this:Slate, is so)largely occupied }
. .' berths 'and faced, 'each other laughing disconoertedly he said,- ter or worse. Do you think she will. of the above.named varietiea I"would potash in 'In- the of loxurles
a : f Lion of.bacterial .ferment.'The .'production: 1 '
1- .closely and abruptly. The'woman, In "1I1;.Carter, I invite you-lunch Miss Carter?" elect, the Hertu dur Japan' Da Bot, ia.neglected/ our.enterpnshcrtlcnoftm -
nothing ,
of the < '
Zffc;, ''\her,.contusion, dropped'her1 comb' and with,me; .have' 'sneaking notion "Why' how can I tell?" she answered and New French This'is a trio,'which "' summing that if up would have foregoing commercial tt, ,Wi ciwml: elp;to ;,
't..t *, .p ,.i-bnnh.both'.toope4.to'recover'it, and hat-Td like to have a woman set the in.a_surprised tone. cannot'be excelled, and:I doubt if may proves, we .:the' '
do their'beat improve qtafity .i.1Iberptodl.,- = .
fertilizers
gly"the
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Vf 4 ,two"heads came,in to:Juxtaposition as able, as my mother used to; things '"Well maybe you can read my fate better varieties are In existence.Hertu 'have There is',no- ::otierrr sOiz try' So- .the: '. ,
must
.' / ,they,did as ,Now !it was no budding ain't ever tasted the same since,,an' In her eyes better J than in a teacup; du jApamJ-Thi notable variety best results we plenty world where Hhe'fentiMzJng of oranges 'f' 4itt7\i.

a t ;- :maiden or callow youth tthat made thin 1:, hanker after, the old times today will you look at her picture and try?" deaexve' Ugd"pralselindgeneralInttToduction. 6f decaying vegetable matter in our .Lp1neappl. 'fnTiflavw, fIt.r6W; r \

u r" 5-:'blunder, bat,a l ',1ttle-WO of more'n I ever dia. Will you? Here, She was rather pale as she said sh* It i*'of a slaw,compact. soil- .-that is, humus.that the.._soil__ 'of jbeme and -liomttttoecTor*.appearaoce,. "'
",} ?; l-fb..lth 'a 'look, in her blue. boy, that'll pay for basket an* all. We would. Opening his travelling bag. hardy growth. Indeed, it might al- It is presumed a ttataraead:carryinggva3ftdesan of

,...rr: ,,-q. eye{,.of questioning and apprehension want .to take .our time 'at playing he took a leather case from It and requested moat be called .'dwarf fig making bearing or&nge'-g1'OTet; Mocked tobacco K :forxfUvorr- _textare.and:burn, '
;: 1.t :" -J of the worlds motives toward herself )Housekeeping, dont we,'Miss aCrUr her to ckwe her eyes while he stele wood..,Its Immense load of fruits ,'with humus--has had at least two.fertilizing 1' ,.carried, ,a.to.: a hfigaer .degree.1 pi,devehopwrutc '

"' 'aDc!a man wbo showed many traceVof '=He:had known by: the pleased look counted three. What she saw when I astonishing, and it is' nearer a perpetual during the growing season- than, J FI riau. Now1 ,
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a -years of.hard rubbing against, the fa her eyes that:shewas willing, Aihart'tlmebefore she opened them made her look bewildered bearer than any other I have with fertilizer, rich in nitrogen to come*'*the-anions 'of tohaoco ,rnader eo'
strewn ,the the had then and the blood of her fruited grounds.- compel leaf and wood growth,and_has 4
;t 'h,rocks:of..difficulty in 'path 'porter "plac hurt on my experiment- coca, am a. means pnxJuclng[ .an,ex" '
'', i., qt.f \od-pi+ogreat. So she'possessing naught ed;the portable table in position that whole body seemed to beat in her face, The round, purple figs are'of medium been worked at least every' two weeks tm-,silky .textare: and' a.:hlgtly burn*
: J "'-r* pf:tba new woman** Indifference, ,to l;hjsy'might'have-a game of cards, so for she gazed Into a hand mirror and size. The flesh 1* white, but, with from the early spring to the beginningof shed surface,for cigar"
w appezs.:
it 1 >.m n**";opinion, blushed painfully and with deft fingers while a soft pink the eyes were a reflection of her own. brown specks of Imperfect seeds andcreamtinted the rainy season, say,July:. The Bchrbeder,4k:_Bdn of Quincy ,

f r ;:ha/unused'to, .'playing the gaUant..dl mantled her cheeks, partly due to his But the look ehe encountered in hU ,heart. The quality is sum of 'the above fertilbtngfi should =. Co expeatiafnbeidsoith;: .this
r "' ,,, ...Ukewlse as,he stammeredlan: apology. close,.watching of every movement eye as she sought an explanation was very good, yielding twice 'a* much amount to two pounds; for:each year system" "ic; three }ears:"beginningwtthfa '

,: ?; '}Later, the crowded"state of,the sta- and''partly;to"the.vnrm' glow.qf_hapjlnessSirhlch not/to be mistaken' and 'then he Brie. hula to a'"given surface as any of the of the tree* growth. In old,,grove .hidf acre.-andl the em .have -

':'JJ' alon"rectaur'ant: ; where'theftralnlhalt- ,her hew experience cau- excitedly other varieties, and very fine:for the 'the cultivation: should have,.:>been' beeni I .so satisfactory \Ithat.3atL".
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"ir I'edfor_ reakfsatbrought,;.! ',them''oppo.' ;d- she arranged:'the, chicken baked .Yon understand;\"It is you I want; table, It seem to me that this would "clean culture." they had.oyer190 loses l ixnder,, cover ',

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o ,r *:/talt, h1cl" vas close.her;'and she; and the cups'sugar-bowl. pitcher and 3 wanted for a_wife; .but I only ask you North. / J is In 1irakcondition' and health ,,fo'r''whont they Ir- constructedthe
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r :dinning h1swant, 1aAed..1i-fA:h teapot Vt her, .place, to give me hope until you can,Invrrtl' Du Bed-A ''.very attractive and valuable it is ready for 'fertilization"',for fruit }shedding' nnder 4n.t areemen "to

; f6 ate,his steak and'eggs 'with:a .heart>' "Ail",he-ejaculated, is ahe' fii;'d gate'my character.. Will your acquisition a hardy,'good'grower Let this fertilization,,take, place' between purchase like/tobicoo. of -s tainY

,, t 'v .appetite he'could'nothelp noting that the arrangement,, eems' as ii you '<"M.! 'the woman who has always and heavy bearer, covering' 'extended !. Nor. 15th and 'Dec. 13th, not grade M.':naUonm' price I of. 23.eenk__, '

'f' \abe'bad. 1i.teanand.;toast, and'In,,his mt St,bye seen my mother fix things; been overlooked. ? Ah, It cannot: be" ,aeaeon. The large'size'figs are later than the'latter date. .,pound,"poiacuied.' TharaoSrr--i.:,
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r" 'pity furhe'conld* not believe. that all women:don't"do :the, same die they *with a little Incredulous, laugfr white or pale straw in color,' equally I hear the question asked;'Why ar" ,Ol: haDd: .w ; .,

jf anything)short of necessitycouldac'Oouni sa'Caherr, b "_ ' "*" 1,, "and after two day acquaintance as large the-White Adriatic*and au- you,so particular..a [jt0. these dates- ?, the lash:'spaced aai,to f furnish a half, ;

Jo .' for:such meagre;diet, -he'pushed -. "Oh,ip/ t Sometimes:.the'
/ '. ; 'the'platter:toward her, saying"..inhj and.wife[alt':side! by ilde;,.but* Jinytheru sodaa a case 'by' Oupdd and-In*,days are deepening a cream blotted,core evaporate, and nnlww '',the>rains', are a&o r v"She 'gmgad rpeiaifttin eultiva-
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blafl"way! ; '' :,y< >;-' .,.[: & ; owy.: :he>wanted to j look jeers:;of bHs&:! Have:we,.not:rnroven New French.-mils is the most de- more coploap than usual during,,De'eemb titon{);.nnderoeati,.sad i'doeatag . .

."*1-. %TWoniyon'try_thli, .{tenderloin?.' ,1 Into my nother's eya'jrhen he'Talked p --,- that we are affinities by our parallel Uoions of all. ,It has been':In cultivation and January the leaching will 122$,an:acre;: It)*" u1litedt. { \Jut ,
w, 'like:'meat'a,,Irttle.tougher; it's'cook* to, tier. r :,.edto, a,,turn,, an- )t'(too'bad toleat, "0f coursei i;,Of course(! Tour father despair?" '" -', .h. 'But what Is most' remarkable food.will be'ready,when;the.tr"e1 calls pinesu ple-growers"figure'amuCi lingcE ,

:_it.. , 4 .1L., q ".-' ..' 'was''t1'Andrthink. a 'man and '"t"BuVFIfl, and Jo? How can Ileave: s the,-! -wonderful keeping quality of for ity a* by that timeis.h.P'horough11 bercm' Kfe ,v' ::1Ih: ..:ihedt, iimllr11 i ;'

A3thongh,.khe :never ,;Mee.meat/for: woman,' with, congeal tastes'wouic them to-"' the: ,fruits. My aDtemtiontto,thlS'fac1. incorporated with' ,the soil though:better:aomabructed.:' ',' _: : .I
breakfast- she could .not:resist'' 'his soon' learn' :to=care,'enough,for;.each >Oh, ru settle thatl.rU adopt them wen fist 'oalled.by 'my*neighbor 'Dr.EL and, has goue through the hcntiialchange '-1t 1I.rbeded'tbat ttc'9 pert "cent, '

,n kindness,' aDa' accepting; steal other to'.;call'on,'the> minister ,.don't from now. ,Any other obstacle?Lets De ''Nux, 'who assured,:'me 'he had necessary in order.Tto.make ''-- the"' '.r'J r onder- --this 'cover"- '
ftDwu
_ ', ;found Its flavor delicious,_the"cause'being uto" :_' '-j .< '''.s. have.it; 'Fll "smash 'into smltherj kept this fig four'day*;.in' his desk plant ' 0 gmldes"as 151!wrappei" ;,:Tit.and'its spot;; "

I ,.r ;she nub.the'new'sensation -.she"was ''confused;;by ,this'cbnstrnctlon' eenL" j without L souring In'r the ho't;month_of The'Horticultural Trinity composed leflgkiaiV''tlbe; t freedlaa f'Insecfa, \ .

that her comfort;wa"of.Some moment of'.her;remark-and._ dropped the Oh,,'dear, no!" She, laughed a, bit J uly. To,satisfy{myself"as:to this I ,of nltroge phosphontfricid and hailbetffling: tfaonsiomftblmeii sad;e.cid rich, ,

,somebody;Sot she;was one-of_those lump'of: sugar into,'the;mlik pitchertnstead'd hysterically." ."But I'cannot:believe a picked',about,,(;quart -ofmta, red figs potash. r. ? .occurs at:the beghinlng of ;: ;

, x 'born'to:bear-burden_ for cihervs'ndnot ; :of,'.hi*:icup' ;(;:while the::blood nun""reaBy"care torme, ; and still, if and put them;away. On the fourth Nitrogen makes a rapid and consequently tike 1-ai reason, 'are cooaUered ,to -" ..
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:( ti 'even 'aix expecttion.of;consider-+ surged,vtolen tly:,bo'herface.' How you'didn't,,you" wouldn't'have.noticed day:I'looked at'them. all were;soundand soft growth of wood' and colon ld"is"amlepsoftthe"expendt.tare.

..,sa.tC,.. 'atlon"for-herself'had- had iver"been.hers. could she have been so lndeJJc teJThethought ; mef. *no appearance ,of decay. On the the leaves. ) r 'This'is the first year( of, extensive

_ Her:life-h.TiDi.b. give,and rno ,thai'she'must have:'forfeitecUs d :course I ,wouMn'tl Your scream. sixth day,I'again examined-them, and Phosphoric acid makes the seeC cuhure under .this system, andthe i.

'A. :take;.>'sherin' ,re turn.'insisted:''upon;his good ,opinionmade'"the; tea*\'Ldl whenKl"jnade. a miscount of'berths, fo11nd-them ma perfect state of preservation strong, fruit rich, and gives o vitality\ to results hare"not ,wbolly' .equaledexpeotautioM '

'j? :. 'having:+t piece:of >er,'toast-a: thlnff 1 bereyes' so,that'she had to look isteadUy :.was the first attraction.vT, ,anxiously except shrinking a little, but the. plant. since 1ls'rainyseisan'j
": I. !he never ate,-considering'It's woman's 'inio'her cup;;;and;"he,,:waiting;for: awaited',your appearance next'morn*: : fchls"seemto' have improved them. I Potash make. bloom, hard.:growth gave an'onasual prpclphatkn/where- y J'

'- ,-. dlsbbat" he could:not refuse.'and afe 'the reply thai dtdt)not"come, suddenbarstinto .; lag;,fearing might*have': :'you was satisfied with tills, i. thatwe, and, colors the, fruit.. '-- .-. a*$ c -shedding;tystqua'wl1i': :U urallydpveln ',

-cr' ter'munching a.piece"he exclaimed;= -' aVearty, ;''langh' ,;'"- to':death .and ,my; relief, w*** great .bad a fig'ot'which the frulU could besent It you'he k'the tiMrirowth>ra ,i ktitiong-. 'iifii an"
"a! v : mother- ,.wiYibodt'rlghtf "Ahl another I i when :we'bumpedheads That shock '"fresh to New'York and hint strongly:tb Itithai-lts; 1 t =
,& "Why, ,;my discovery You are a ; : Uhicago; plant you ildhiI: ""uni sat :rednhll- arid;: -, ; r
'.: when"she used to tell me rd,like toast fortune'.teUers Dome.' read. -my.fate, settled'the whole business;!didn't it?" other large'cities of the'North, where existenceis( threatenedj'and,it'imnie- cloudy[weather-thia summer iaTa the' \ :;

If rd-onjy/trjrit.' ,r.vealway'had 'aklniX1 Just as.my' mother-used'to.:'Well,:this She was blushing! painfully, and per &;:;fancy>price',conk be obtained.So diately puts'forth a supreme,e ortrto tobacco :IcAras/ana x rmair.sncca-- ; '

r"e; ,mw.1dn, :feeling' that\motlhr: 'I' Is"the Jolllest.; 'time,I've seesnmany; sistently looking'out' oil]t.he'window; enrflhtMlasiac"I felt: about thia.:dlsoov* its'specie'and wperpetuates *;to leoice.and.bauaaims' ; which, bate*.note

/ .*s era an al right;:any. /!.1.. :Don* I a'day,"' :Now 1;mind,'you""('foretell':tha t but.;'not daunted,: and tinder,cover"f ery'thatIcould'hardly' belleve,:what put forth Its. bloom that'it may give to characterized. them under' fonnerite R :'.

yoj .think... ,r' ;'., ' I rm to marry a" small: .woman{.with fiauren'. al he:reebhod'and( I had" seen, I:brought 'a few-'of.:the the'world the seed outs, kind. So'by t .. eQODSfdered': to bOp J7' ';, .ra

.4- : 'jAbL hecbadebbsen''the: i.right" r pass' blue eyes and auburn hair just, ,like yov clasped .her trembling, :.unresisting figs' toToor,/'postmaster, Mr.. Henry checking,the soft nitrogenous,growthby a:es+babisb4 ,however .
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:'. ,;, word tto open; the door 'of, ''acquaint 'D Y,'.moU'.** ', >" =v : fingers;, ;and,.Cupid**:bow,* twangs Uupy,.and:told,him :of the keeping the application of..'fertilizer.rich and WUII. + befuzwheF eiterrded, ;oezty;;.B.c'O, .. :
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n: .anoeihlp,' 'and they'found themselves ;r-Oh,,db ou,.believe.in-'ltr" ,. 7. rieever4so'lotid"as.14.: : ,em>w'swiftly, qoaHties. :of this A. .mt requested him in potash and phosphoric add,enough ,v -r''r" X,: .:., ,.ol 1''t.1'w. '
r' 1 'w, :expressing opinion* upon,the realities 'BerT.eagerness""overcame.her, confuslon : ,. each target.VWaverley to {test them;-3lr:Dupy ,informed to Impart life to the plant:you Induce A. small'experimental ', -t '
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< ,. :of,fUl'Whlclf.ere'Dsueh_ accordlini; ;:Jand she'*old him (,how/'much ; *.* ."**" Magazine.Plorida ".' AetJ, sihehad., kept: them ten days the formation of flower Instead of l rud'a. grown+ .D anvsrln: ]? a .:.,
;. "; "so"{tere" tlng, !that;;:th'ey lingered unfAUl : comfort she had, derived,:from",;reading ' ' ft' and .they. were better'than' when .' Flowers :are altered,>branche, proper, apt'salMal ,, := t'they' a
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:i. , ,:tTl the"cll'o 'aboardl"_. broke. thespJ1tThen i ,her/future'although'she.knMv'Itwas : : ?+ '.IPines, In Chicago' freshT;picked. . that Is, certain buds which m hf have Ntand:_;CXpeABti JO', --.:--., +chive
" '."''" ':" "._ .I.y.ral"i'ft . ., ,.::.-. i nonsense- .. ""Why -nowshe'remem. .' Of all the 'pineapple :that into: This fig ia"of.a smooth, pale, glossy grown and'' lengthened' into"a Tleafy ,;bees": -C9od'UCitedJSbrnsta. ; .'f; dand in dt" .. }

..,;". .ems- ttatjnejshould: help:herawkwardlj" bered. that;she had, read .,ahe.w J1ld1Dft"'r the vwMri:Vpf.local- nmrket;opemtiona" lemon:oJof.:appeariDg:as 11 varnished branch!'do ender,other CirCnmatances. ;wealthy> ,__Qf:,truckers-r- ; : .,c

__ of.couT e,' It.w s,many'years,since : some ant ;on ,her' ..journey.who Chose of Lfie Cayenne7vari. .' (.ty.'are. genorally ; wkh a drop'.of thick,',honeyed nee; and to accomplish .other purposes develop a Tiaapawho-hove:experimented, ,in "
.'vd .' .he bad'taken any ,Interest in the;way would :'help.her:: ;, ,buf.she' thought,!, conceded to te the"K'ng PInto" tar oozing out at:the:apex ,of each Into blossoms.. 'If.th1s',Is true, covering lettuce,'.cetefyand_ \ other **,fetibW .'
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'of"woman-=to t :idoff. her.Jacketandthi.f ; would be a-woman,of course. *' "', t .;:I FruUers and')then"bo-areore eted fruit;;flesh of'a"biight.ptnk: ;" quality It, maybe necessary ,to .checkf' "thl. ,;'vfTlUy bare .feff their 'way.
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she'should. ;offer. *b,"share.bee, /seat. , ",WJiy: courser he nqutred.\6l' : with/knowing: ? bo ores r!,.km.':about unsurpassed' ;;: fully'; twice, the: size of wood-tissue growth :.ixnmediateT T J: *: along:imd'e, itai !>ra', ve, "bea;so.flatifaotorythat Z,
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.' :witrft dia;.with a llrtlejaughrpre; ; MwJir;: because i .an&one:of,;those fiiappe"m' ;are_ prBctcally;tmanlnm the Celeste; a.hardy good' grower covering fore she< natural 1, fruiting"',season,' fibey are now preparIng "=

,cedlngVthe: remark that they must, finish w1io.r,overlooked, by the', opposite In:thit'lDi D theJtlthe.f'pioes; tan ettendedseanoninrlpeaingi'irnts.F ; hence., get- ; our.,, l fertilizer;, ins;the. tic grow+ : la wres of Wrapper leaf -
"," ,: their talk?: 'Then '.f4 e';'same:Jldei. sex. N .'oDeever; pT jrp,his:seit.to: witibi the prpper'name are better qua]- \ ., ground not later than Daxmberl5::;.; under,;covers' They use canine ''gauze.,

., .- 5 : seemed strike both;'and'there'was- me fn a car: .as he would to other women I Ifledln:' every' way to'win.t9nefarot of ) !.am'. tteTTarSegrthan The amount to-be,applied la'capableofa wi oats'1600an: acre, tohwliJch: the ,

: ,".1t'1: : -, .-an exchange""of Business'eardA.., : :; Of.course-1 hike-r'being:- .)Independ- the pul)-'Chan.-II't2 c. t of'any.. other. ,,.l-sa:. :'any;other:r with.,the/expectationbf hundred answers, morevor.jlessL: expiate,of,lataor:, fertilizer;[ .1to fi
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j S'&:. Call It''propinguityrafSnitor..what e- t."b'r .. nosy.The. '7 ,, ; shipping the,fruits.North?where,a TO, answer", It, 'e iT ne- needs ;t lie..ar3dedbcshg'! 'ingUlbe: total;j outlay ;,
you" .,wlll, the, .'tars- h naie iiable"that, She'stopped; abruptly: and' looked. :" ""aveittge* Cayenne.pineapple fa;a good?price roan be.secured. ":I believe know the strength of coil" age;offre:: s I' up"'.to'$,000 per'. arre fortte first' crop;.
desire tonfldences'noWlbe.T o'nt-a'i;the"gathering daykkr- 4a T i'ot there ISforiUlwd be made.with,It.JL.1Porwaa4 .
,; i; a to share: : model, pTay cal .:perfeotfenu -eiid length off questioner's ..pocket- They wiD, three crops of tobacco
: 'cixpe"; \laUble end:'afterV-finding "But what? ? : ; THe ems' crocus< |, ten limes:; ;itsstoching : Yswit Grower t : '' '
high general '
; It In whfci :
; .,' ,) -. : : book:: He can.get _* ..,,wayby'analfing _, ber-Tear. 'T ai'reduce I the aver
y : that' his home e was ol lj'a, hour's' ride : ,beat forwerd eagerly 0 .'and touch.tail" --. feet and it ts'so magni.9oeentrlyPmpoctgnnedfhat1"paddiag" ', ;. 0 -;' .,7 '. l theme- ge i "a--v*" g. !'the;final,cost p"acre to"'about.TttWJ ,

r.f. :from:the_town,where she was 'to,stop eel,her sleeve> k'not 'Jr_ ertilizlag-forHrnlt t.. c- fruit;, not the leaves or at);;'The ,|nuduce_si wrapper;leaf i.

.,"'u : he:had manyrquestlona. to;askkw| *: h:people:'. :me roe",missed- aV aH :necessary.; 'The ;Cayenneis aJ= 'A"-plant, .f*the,;only'earthly1? :;thing analyses of tWf ash gives ;ulphurlo whioh: i* ::extfa
2. :iHer' mission was to teach"music Ins much by"being")left out, :In the'cold; ,BUy, amMt nisiof capable of creating.frora'alr_and-water acid, Us. : pe7'cent;:'pfiosphbrier; acid. sil1q ibriny tlhe.hirhett-prices paid
}' : "..J/' '; )Udics* seminary;:and hope, and but what would Fife and Jo'have'doneU'TJo pulp which ehitmctet'ius'su organizable ', >a s
young ' ,, : mac 1 k 'matter; or,"'Jn, other 8.6- lime 2.77; potaab,/:,6t.per:Cent f; in,,:the"TampAtbelr dga ', es.-_What
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desire was strong.n her heart=twin l had. otherlnterent'n.! dther,Idnds"pineapples.: ;. The'."kin word*,4 yanofacturing'the matter thai magnesia I .pert cxnt and'aioda;4JW pee profitsIcaown' 'mar1\; I I' Of'C, 4
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!',;?' i xama and'"fortune, both. denied;heron His arms:were.'suddenly: Uj:4 uttcrward plni";arejnlatives of faraway' ,Morida; goes tormake:vegetables'and animals. cent.- ;:'lf "Alt' i* coinrect,'aplantfoodtbe'soil :' 'only; to:/themselves;t'bur.Kk: . ,t'f
':.: (he'Esst, although she had :'struggled. her, "then quicJdy'drawn;:back and ;not,*' i1n7time 'do: they: visit The' work 'of 'a, plant' o'"eonmi;: ': to.:recto :t ". a" like'amountr believed b
: ri, %har4.for'them-for'fifteen'year., ;car aa.the 1loultea.her;surprise.., '- Chicago' ":in todi": targe:wnnlber am:to earth and air;.into'matter"that animal ' _' ''the orange,\,should.'core, watoneditiieir: ,:.ejrjpi ast _'mar that. 1ftc
"b.i aTPeaJ tI ith'er sanguine" ideas; I''A sudd e>flow'biaieltncebeaaId: clause ftobdin of .; > z 0
it I _ a the mtoketa.IThiere canllve on. All animal food, itdatxdbyplaata ; '
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: t pftk psuf. bpIphorJ ; taldc::on"easlx ; >l .
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-i .4 she claiiwf her"slenaer'fingers" tightly', "due to"the lurching o'f the ear.VD.! ;were:bast ten Cayenne,pine- 'The"tood.of,p"j.uthQ. : y. .r r1. K "
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-i.. euIp UNCLE sAM'S. FLAGS. Sunlight HORSE and pure,TALK!air are potent element : Or rlge P PpY iIiifo

I OlatlaST.UhlBff Color of the Navy in prefixing health and'vigor ; ije : ,

Ary Headqwarter.-Cavairy in horses as well as other stock. :

vMd Artillery Pemkaaxto. Generous feeding of the growing
. .. .' -
:' 'to :;
soil will surely result in a larger and + $
After the national colors, which, of And other :LandsFogsale '
smoother animal than if it is allowedto Vegetable _oh-.. --:

rs course take precedence of all otherflags grow up on the farm as best it-can. t, 't. ..-; :: ._![- ..;..., ----i 'r. "' r,:
comes the jack, or, more commonly -
( VAO Oso.)(.ROBBtss. WALTKK 8.GBAMAJIgOBBIKS the "union" taken out of the The- horses'used for plowing and getting F. ft A. M.-Blsrayne Bsy-Lodrr of VERY: EASY TERMSAT i-f.
:> out the corn'and other workmen Free a"d Accepted Masons holds ;
A QRAHAH CO main colors and it is exclusively the' A ,. .. : _
: rv 1 the farm will be as well off without regular meetings':0" the ant-and la -" o. t.o.
:
distinguishing flag of the navy. third Mondays in each month in the *"r *f J
shoes with them. it. fine :.t.. > ,
as Try lodge room overtthe.postofflce; -
ATTORNEYS ,AT' *LAW* The president of the United States If all and herdsmen realizedthe work usually occurs every meeting night ; :r Jsi V 4h . -j
who is the bead of the army and navy. grooms Visiting brethren in good Handing are cordial- : \> '
*1 in all coorts Stats and Federal l. : & -
practice importance of their making them ly invited to attend. .
Is entitled to the first ?
Special racillUei.tor examining end perfecting "ranking" flagin .
J.L 11. ?ACSSOW.M.<< D.W.. M.t : : &--
Baud Titles. We 1i... the only complete the country. The president's flag selves agreeable to the stock they ban- C.O.CVTTMLL.Secretary.KNIQHT8 .-' .' ,-... \.HALLANDALE > .- ,'.i r.y.5w .
Lbetrscs books coveting Booth Dade county, is die we would hare fewer unruly, nervous . . ->: '
and receive daily reports Iron the Clerk of a spread eagle-the national coat ;f:'. > > : : -*'- : : ;, ,!riffift -
and worthless animals. ,
the CircaA'CoDri at Vnno'showing'all' land of arms-mounted on a blue field surrnounted.by OF Biseavne A... "'
; tranttent. All the certlfled Abstracts of Title Since the timeof the revolution rYTHIAS.-Bay MOPELQ and :
:r for South Dad county are Bude at oar Miami a curved row of 13 stars. Lodge No. 31. meet everjI : .: '4t ; +i' =
J office. It is five feet six inches long by four horses have been steadily increa&ingjn -I lodge Friday: room evening over In the-1U-brljbC.tlew I, ,' "-* ir

-*' MIAMI.DADE CO.. FLORIDA. feet four inches wide, is made .of the size. Mr.' Wallace believes this to be First,Second and Third Rents will be .ET'-, LAUDER. VALEBy : i'
due to the horses 'conferred on the Ant second and I .. . -' ,:
larger
importation '
finest of seamless silk and is .l ** '
quality '
third meeting nights of the inomb. sw! : f -. .- 5: . #.;: '-.y 1:::"
from abroad for -y
"A"?.$AXDZZ* M.P.ATKIKSOVgAXDEBS trimmed with yellow fringe. breeding purposes O. B. RAULSBSONfC. C. >
Next to the president's colors come and selecting the largest of their F,1. Bayax, ,K.of B.&8.' ::
& ATKINSON \ The Hallatridf; id' G ?
the flagsof the secretaries of war and progeny to breed from. ; ;

r. ATTORNEYS navy. Th t.for the secretary of war At the time the first importation O. 0..F.-Fort Dallas Lodge No "' ,
was adopted as recently as March 3. were made from great Britain and European .L; Independent Order ol Odd General;Agents_ otYIorIdaTEa4 Coaat Baiiroid.Land,

; : AND COUNCELORS AT LAW 1897. It is made of scarlet silk and is i countries they were much night wt meets 2.30o'cioek every Wednesday In the new. M and- 66-, ;,Bread- .St-;? New.- Twk'(UVT. 3

'Office in Belehefl Brick Building otherwise identical with the prl'sideDt'1 smaller than aflhe present time. According lodge room over the poet-office.<< \ .-'...it. -- .. ;... -1 .. .. ,. :" "
MIAML FLORIDA. to the evidence collected the 'I'.W.EARN, ,N. G. OLOF!ZETTERLUND ,: .., ... "
"r u flag, with'the exception that J.A.BOBBINS.Sec. iJOHN T. SMITH$ ., ,? :.:
; the 13 stars are replaced by four white colonial horses. of Virginia about 1750 GEN. MANAGER.. '-&f:2sTHfeASURER... ; .. :;;.

: GEc; ?. A WDBLET, .. Stars In the,corners. The special flag were nearly all between 13 and 14 :T.-y .uI .
.... r.ATTORNEY. bands, and that for 100 had -.t
; for the secretary of the navy has a years they *** :
c -. I AT'LAW..Oeaeriapnetleeta blue field, and instead of the national retained\ the peculiarities their Eng : i

State and Federal Courts'AH voat of arms is embroidered with a !ish ancestors of the reign James.I. '

:. .- -- bosuteas. tnUru$td will receive prompt attention. .white anchor in the center. in color, size and gait.MUTTON ,Hotel.-! LantlBor"'ISale9

'. airAket for Oermania Llf Iniaranen Co. Following in the order of rank the .
: ofN York. All kinds of life policies written. most, Important, In the next CHOPS. : %T. ** :i c' oJ'. :;;'ito
t L Office Brown's Building A Y.D and isth SC' army \ JL,4* __
> to that of the secretary of war, is .
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MIAMI; FLORIDA. the United States army headquarters (Both Rare and Well-Done.) : 'if ON .''BISCAYN.E.BAY : ;.t :.

: .QEO.'W. AIJCJSW. standard.ly embroidered It has with a blue the field national gorgeous arms It Get pays the to sheep fuss sheds with ready she p.before the ,< '

;, if In: brown and gold. Wherever it ap- iheep have to come in. ConollY J' : : < : :

., ATTORNEY AT LAWK' lars in active service it denotes the hee-p never 4iio well when too closely .

presence of the general commandingthe lonfined, even in winter. i : < -
i Will Practice to an' Court State and Federal. 5000.ACEiN
his Examine the feet of
'-t army or nearest ranking officer. sheep. Keep

;: : ,, -KEY WEST,. ..' FLORIDA. them clean. Clip off the toe.and any O. P. HUNTINGTON, ; ;
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'IgOOTT
* In the regular line of march, every ragged horn. ',
Proprietor. .
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regiment composing an army carries Sheep will suffer more from cold '
BEOOMB
at!;its front the national colors bearing while their coats are wet in tale fall' Located. in the most.pleasant>> place in Rich Prairie' \and. Pine' Land: .for- Sale t > .r ?

:, ATTORNEYS: AT LAW, on the fourth red stripe from'the than they will when covered with snoW the city. ..;: .. f'a.- "";" 'V ";;--3:' v -ic-t
top the number of the regiment and n winter. j
-. JJOTARVr'PUBLiC; IN..OFFICE.WIO its character,. whether infantry DrPnr :: filtered rain water ia nsed for Cash h : .
,
practice te aU Btat aaJ Federal Court cayaly Some stockmen claim that.fouuhHp every purpose. throughout the. hoteL.. -FQr- or dIn EasyPaymenth: .r
artillery. Besides thin, it carries 8-Las.m>>
i ", Conecooas promptly attended to. ; nay profitably be pastured with every :
; Orncx &TXB JUxr or BAT BISCATXB.MIAML a regimf'ntal'1Jag on which is embroidered .ow and not materially.injure: the pasture .. t.;

: '.. FLORIDA.iOLLS a national' .coat of arms for the cow. Large or'Small\ Tracts. All j located-onfor; ..near ..ther.ForT :Bay
similar.:to that on the president's cpe.clal -. v Notice for PUb1 catIoJi. .
Sheep running with cow seem to : urtfierparti6ulars: 1 .
4 rOWLEB M,:D ,. ,., flagpr; The.regimental: ,flag for the (look upon them their applyTjto .S. ,: as protectors, .. ,,:,. ,
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:
Lien "
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>,' ... 'j..' ,. Infantry: !svblue; t'fiV cavalry is'yejIbw. '- i ind will rum for security, toths. cowsitdogs OrncB NoTemberSl,18S)8.AT (Unromu.) Fu, t f 'f < : : .
I l The : JOS5JENHNGSCOCOANU1'GROVEFLA. '
: and batf alien .
: artniery colors .
Kottee
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to
'HOWEOP4THIST.ioLiA.zs [ : appear. hereby given that the following ,
j - > "' ,> ,r engineers are.both scarlet, but the named settler has filed notice of his in'tentton \ :\: - .'.:
Early lambs the best whenyear
: ewe are .
CH. : A SPECIALTY:;: flag': foff engineers .be&TI.t three-tur- i. ...
make'
i > old. They will breed earlier and to final proof is support of;'his .' .
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Ornvi4FoiTDiiL4.i.I Toted 'castle. instead. of. the spread claim and that said proof will be made.before Or : i P11, A:1: ._ 7
E. ,Agt1fiam1 :
off heavier A. WADDELL ,
turn fleeces than late
vDetached
I MIAMI,: ".- .FLOBIDA.r. ., 'sagle., -.. ones, John B.Beilly, United States Commlnloner at '. -, ;..... '/. ,!,>,= \.. .. .
. and are quite sure to'winter better.
: 1I1&JQI.'J'Ia.
trooos of. cavalrr and artillery on Jann&rJ'.IM., vii/Thomss . .
carry small -guidons; ; 'The 'number of sheep in ,this countryhas X Wright of Lemon City,Florida, honWcteadt246S : "# ; t .** : .- ..

: )1 ; MJ 1t TZNS, 1C.:Dt ., .bearing the troop number pennants and fallen off 10,000,000 within five for the south-west quarterSection. 38,

." .' '. '' JrY J. letter: .: years, and yet we.: import*more than Township!E3 8. Range 41 K. The Winter HayenNurs6 l 6* : '

iHOMCEO THIST. "lTh.regulation colors/for half the wool we use.-Farm JournaL .-B, names the following witnesses to prove .
the
: . *';:_ '].',- ''-i, ..... '. >' J.. ;'- whether national or briny, SALARIES RULERS. his continuous' residence upon and cultivation Offer a large stokofwelI-gown Citrn Trees, comprising &e best TarletUe.vlirEARLY .
; All T.Jiiptid other calls promptly. regimental,measure of said land,vis: "- ShtBams, Parson ; IV '. ' '. '
;. '- attended day: or Big tut " A%' feet long, by four' feet four J:.L.White of Lemon'City,Florida. MID3E ASON-Tantferine, BrowDBoone'.Ear1li, '; 'Wilh.Nn.t ' .
' Inches wide., All "setnce" The of Wales we-learn gets ,
: prince "
: LEMON Clii 'FLORIDA. flags are .Garry Niles of Lemon City Florida. .; ." '
: ; -.Amory.andJaffBloods. \ lr -
.. ", :. - A? .... made of bunting colors for $200,000 a for the labors of being James Ruble of Lemon J'tortda.'Wm. ... "
; (?; v l \0> : j ; ceremonyare year City LAtE-TartUf;' KinSl.f 't. ...- > !' .... :):r- .
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: of RIC. .The,trimmings fringe and. heir apparent. ,,1'..Brooks of Lemon City,Florida.W. .Marsh Seedless and Klemm'a Silver Cluster r. Pomeloev : t

; J. M, JACKBOH,;. coidvandtassels"of all flags must con- The lord lieutenant of Ireland receives O. KO.llIlO.aerttter.' ; YUle FnnmouTataAmXumqnats, ,, ,)L: / -* . .
.
: -
: '' '*., ) foito: :,thf regul tl! colors: of the. $100,000 for his services and expenses. norS-janS . '

/ rni: . ... 4r OTticirj: . dlvisionTto. jffhtch theyr belong. Flagpikea' ". x -pn' pcrC are b1 dded low toroaKhnoridBLeaon.whhhBu Pro'. heyo4
are"nine1, : feet long- and. 'iIn.dlauieterLln ,% The \' .. I tl C. b 9 dooM a* superiority Oye'cKher stocks in producing the hetluUst...,. *
: BLocXs'z German emperor receives about'1.,000.000 ,.: I . U>rUtIe t and most profile Trees,Insuring the.nickMt tetBr&s..
BtSCAYNB P,
HOTTL ?
.' ; :, : the center,. taperingsIlghtlytoardthe $- a year, besides the larg ** Legal Notice.. Forp.rtlc.lar.dpric.4ddre.; .
': .>j. m i.,.&' jA -.t, .endll > .. ,, RCHARDlKLEM| -

i c#' .: _JI! 1#:" : A. M..tJppedW1th: .a ;nickel-plated: The spear pike sonally.revenue.:to'-from-the estates royal family belonging per- -i.4 I DADS* JUSTICS"cocirrr.'COP" T,, :4U-8m -_ '*;://r'r};? ; ',if.- -'JWINTER'HAVEN/FLA- . _-

t'C.' '-'''- : head In the :shape heart (8TATB OF. FtOlOBA.THK .
C jof a '
." : Though the.United States Is such'a STATE or : :; ; :
: : :.;p' 11., ;.EUDDLBTOL.. Ie D-' J jln the' navy)IhVre l ares Yen flags : .TO FLoau&I" Greeting: ,
.. ,. wealthy cation, our president receives ', :
3-. >
I L.;: "..J t4 '-II "designating Tank,.aside from the special the of P..0.' '> :
;' '1; GIADUAIZRVSHEMZ' '" ICAL, .CoxI' :.- flag'oftie| secretary of the.nary: till smallUalary $50,000 .year,1ULIJ.- but )
1873.it'was $25,000.

: .', \EG4cucAGC.! : ..... : ,- an Next' exact'cothiterpart to hb-11th, assistant of the cret ry'sl: ;'.The 'Czar.of Hu&va owns In fee&fin-: Olrtoan has in.been said instituted court to against recover yon the by tarn J.B.of121X0 FJAGT! !MA&v: : :

: .crrLyiii.b former, aa4 :
M l2tbstnet.* : pIe 1,000,000.square miles of cultivated your moner,credits and effecti In
., .Omca.ocas-e a, te.u IB,BBd s to I"B. only;that'the> colors are reversed, Alt land ha in&omof the hau4euatodr.a4 control of the FloridaFist :
the and an $12,000,000, .,. : .... :
; I t'7i / : -.YLOR1DL. .;. ..s":; rem !mnJ.1Iaga have a blue:field although, as hells l despot,he'can command Coast.Railway Company has b eelu. v ... , ,, 'j .. '..1 : I "
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and white -
stars; the order belnfrrmfraIfouitas1orlceadrnrals: nUheed.' Now therefore unless'you shall well 4 ....
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-k -:? TXLOu8tD'. .'. :: 'f.;" i : ,i the.-. resources of;the. whole t, na' sndtruly.ippearat Jnitlce Court to .be.heldai _1. q. ,r, : :\. !": ; !D, 1 :i .jt :of; ;J .

;. :" .{ : : J' 1 !; : :three','stars4for'rear| admirals,'tw : tion. mr offle. In VlunL |fl _'on" 1.:. JMondaythe9aAd ".' .. ___ ''' .. J .... .. __. '_ . . ,or...

M: PHYs c A1f'&: --tiRGEON \ tai,;; 'forcommodore'; star' n.CfDtI'.of' ; The British government pays ,the &y of Janusry;;:A.TX JM8, T PE1; !S jt '. : .o _
: .. 'bl1iepeDnu'i4 royal-farniliea of England $3,000,600 .. .
... .... .. rfo '
fcptain'sj "
-l< ".".'.. 0tIet.!.;: t-.....,. "..RO..I.i J"' """ : ..., i.1.?!. >ennant:Is astrfp'
;. ': .,AI 7romSp..tnoclocks.rsaldcoee,OocMa Gron.m. j.. feet long, with'.lS stars Ins blue field nearly $3,000,000; besides her by.the:oan lah.. will b*; applied. .. to the pay : ..vml- w, .
and: red $2 0,000 income f rom the_ duchy Lancaster 'R''E' H 'BfiA D. ;t.
:MIAML JLOBIDX.- a invb1testrip.Last of all ,,' IDentofthedebt.. c.". f.. .1 .S' .Oo'K.ADZ. .
: ; '. .
\ W'a-imafltrIs.ngularpennant: with a Given under my hand and teal this }

; -: : dead, blue field denoting.the senior of The.'p president' France receives lit day: of December. ,A.>>;1818.! ROLLSBUNSCAKES. 'PIES., EVERYTHING F1RST-CLASS. f; ./

r 't;', '.... QILLISPIE EHLOE. -D. D-;"84. ,-. ; ficer's pi'eseneeintbeabsce of. ,the $240.000 a year k large salary,when It [SKAL.! Q.: A+ Woaiu'- S-tf-h.fs-m _, '" '- .e- za: : :=P= .,:I'r0pzfatDr.q < .'
'
"' ,r ; ; -:', ,?;'. } 'captain'of a"ship* / is remembered l that.the government is InsUre of' the'Peace.SAXDcms . :

:'r cko.W.NVB :jGEWORK: '\TheapecIarflag of.the officer high struggling'under'a 'debt.of $6,000,600- AtKisaoir, : v c'

1 r .,J.._ .. Xed.lilty;, est In(rank.lni'ariablyflo&ti: from'the 000,which Is the largest debt. ever in- Attorneys, for PlalntlnV \ tdeOXlec'' '; -. I c c

: < >OBee Boars:\ 'LthpmrtoM1-. BeS: "'maIn"-of; &vessel.he:li'oa.' When lurred by any'nation; ,/ .. ; ,

.:.v'. .cher'sBrtciBuwk.eornerAv.DaBdlSUSt.JJE.B.K.CHAT15B. .'' the. secretarj;.pf the navy Visits'a shin ilf little Alfonso! of Spain, sates as beshould.hewill

:: > .,... ,'..."r vr;. -. ., ff." 'FWflIDA. ::' ,c.'arthemman'tiogomcer's col- be oneof the,richest TTJAHTKO-SEVERAL,.'TRUSTWORTHY

.i. i. t '"}' . ... bra'are immediately- lowered from'the monarch olEurwheil he come'sltf ness vv person in their in own this and aide'nearov to.manage counties our;:bail'It Is E. L.Brady &; 'j

: caastheadand the ,as tnTgovernment'allows him $1,-
: ., secretary's flag take! age mainly office i ork conducted at home.' Salary
". 4. its'place.. During IOOOOOa."y ',. beside 400,000..ad. stfalKht s 9Il a>Tear and expenaes-deflnlte.
squadroncruise : bonafldd less $?/&.
no more no salary. Monthly
_ ENTIS'F;: ,,"} the 'captain'''of the. Aagahlp..neT file ditional"for. :family eibeni es. Beferenets.. Enclose self-addressed stamped
Groceries Grain and.Gardea Seed.
envelope Herbert B. Hesa-Prest.-Dept.-, Hay
.. his special -flag, the admiral. being .... -
Fr.1 : Oflee Xaoleno*!'Ioct.northeast corner, of. the highest ranking 'o1 ceri .. Chicago. 5l.4Jaldn.r.g14; ;; r ,-* ,< , ; L.:_'-i
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*..<: :Avenue. D and ttth rtrteCV '
. ': ; l There are seven IUb'of flags used in ..
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;., ..?.j" ,_'Jo 'KLUlI\ti'.wof.w.t.\ . .\.'vAiEA" ..1,' .thenavyiaing'afl the way'from'38 -- 1 -- JfIAML:AGENTJ'RMAPE3"FERTIL7ZE,, .. .. . . , . ;'-'i'... ?.
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-- totbriefeet. in length.. The first five tmJtqtlitmll1ttl 1mmh 1'i11timtttnttt$'" - }--- ; tPtt" ; igt : (. .IJ'..' ,
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4' 1\.TOKlf'JUDDIri1r'\ : ;: '; sJxts. are designated: ,officially :as : 'We cU the attention of the people-- ;Bar Bitcayne-to'Jur stuck of Staple'-;'- ie( id: '

fthipM? .flags,' and 'the remaining two = 7. ., J 0/ '. f '.. ,,: > A.'*.. ". ,= I 17*- /..,'and oLGraluflsyDrsuCotton8eedMesIGroundYoodandWbe5a.Fancy Groceries Fruit and Food l"rodue" of.ill kinds: also ou stock"'' ;., fi ... -

:,; J 1L:ENGtNEk .' .are. "boat". .flagsSizes'; "Nal..l and tare '- :: L ::EJ'dz :: %- : -? . ,'
= soqEstablIsbedl$70)
11 \ hI.t;. :: = .\We are the ont?,honte oa :Bay Blscarne1 deallof ezclalively In the Shore .
f now.aiinostobsoIete.; They ,. line ol close'and will sell sloe-- Invite . 'i?
wereintendedfor goods.-Wi buy your eorreipOBd- :
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:" "." :' : ; : : ,.the old wooden'rtgde',1 E / j : < : ,> /t"Coihfflissioll ,5 : -n-uTm ence and.solicit yonepslronage.Very.: truly, :.E.,BRADY, :&,CC < ..", ,

-. >. i.,'- Horary Atteaooa rnbllc ofTen'for to Bob-Dividing Bute a* Hire Luge: rarttcnU Tract'* 'whose,sterns 'stood 'high/jaboTe the . . . . . . : . . . . k'l' ; ".-
water ] .. .
IIorchauts
.. andwouldbe'entIrelyiinsuita.: : = .
trick Booth tide, A. D. '
.Once. OB Street near Y" ;: '

. :: : MIAMI7LORIDA.-, ..t .ble cruisers. .for:the and low-lying battleship freebpard of vA our' : .i ;:: - ( -" p f ;': :,;:. '; ': : :: ". !: :'"' t::


:: : ./i. ;.JOHN..KBOHOWITTEB: ries,TesseHn thinaflonal commission colors'at always ihe..tnn'car; ;, .Tbjaiatoe8nTineapplesl. ) " Eggplstntand' .. -- Peppers' . ..... -=',-=j.A.ST'. ...G't.. ......-. ...1 --t-4..t.: ... .. '.... !\c,._ .G._; ., .- "Qo-l'I'"" :

: E:. \.StentUs_sen"t7>n application. ;" Correspondence SOlIcited, E ,. : .
3 ; . ..i .. TAILOL-- .' ,. ... .until.the: sundown every: night Theflagof ::::1 '. 'S5 252 WA8HINQTO ST."r NEW YORK.' 1 ,1' FRED. RUT.-; ; :. .;.r;

..:&::' .-JFBll::O'irI5v.or'erte.es.Stoekof' BaaplM pi ciliAted' > . Weave- . the masthead cornuuungofficerremainsat' day and: night. Ingoing .. LUtL1U1tULliU1LIflliUflL1LL1LULUUliULULtLLULULULULUu1liI. .. '1
; .'-t'': "! 'BhoBia Belcher's Brick BttlldintC to 'and irOm-shOre,-"the-ship's:small ' -- !'
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t. / .-: . Au, ;, :'i-f. !7JJRII?., ., boats' earyheig of tb"e''f'nl officer ';- MIAMI.,.i;.LA.. .. -'. i: : 'f :.--jt. f: <*>' tf..Z,
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.-: .__ at.the,fore,when the officer is below .' ', -. ,
'1 ,; .. '._' _, .. _:.... _ .6-3-6tn-ba.fs : FaeesndElqctzieCap.. |Ivasoa.band. _ s --
_ : )! '. icxoim.M. ; .' ::... : .. ,the_Cide.f' :captain, "O rrlI"ethe' ; . ._ i
:- .. o cer'\ own..colors are used., /1T'' ; ; : ; : : 4
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; + ,?" ,addition 'tp;the,.'flags'of; .officerswhose'ranketjtitles J\ : : GLIDEWELJJSui f .-r- _: T li*"
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i; ,I: ,,' ... ,:'t .ItALESTATE.' '"!< "", them to' special . . .FRED.K..S M.ORS.E'. .' 'r*

; : : ": ; ,recognition ,.Iuaaval'etlquetteeveryshIp ; ; .' :' L ,, t r : ''- -'it riI
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,of.war [supplied with' fun set 5.; :; ; f: ; :: : ;: 5. : ?;;

j ';yr-I: .,PIiORII. ; ,:' ";*of?wif-wig-'or international| signaling eoton.lull ftags::''and let of a ; 1 Restthra t ti nELEsmm: : : : !"

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full set.: of pennants,,including'colors \ : : : ;;;
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: ; ; .Ww..L4 tOI', the: purpose of .&b wl.nr..that the ,

'.::-- ': -'::, '. .: 'l'DmnI ft.II' .,PiLED1' hip .is:: taking ,aboard ,ammunitionthai i .. -"I . ....)9. ,
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::.. .w .i _= :.._ the :. ,__ _ -
: '' O -- crews are: at 'mess. or that ,f ofida
'it? VJrd. .IIa6II Miami ;Gd
Dade ,
: each the'regular Sunday'"church.. services . fATenueDMetropo1ig!) :: Block, s, .
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: ,. etk ha.. csw&tid ,,.re taking' place,and so forth;, J.. " .' : ct I' '.- ". , , ' "' .>_ ? r }.j*:' ; :.J: .< :: i'v '
. "Ane.curMrm; : The grandest and most, ; ; . .
: .. Imposing .- I %
_ The cleeneet; beet and most wholesome: meal in the eanbdhadlw .-*' : ;Ji
I 1I.I;' .. :- 1IRID4.: pennant, in the,wh.C1e..na J-..is: the L ' ,_ _city ;
e _'W .__ _,. ......... "homeward-b und" ttreamer,. :45- . -..- '. ',- ' *! '"t ,;* ... ,,; Lands Residence Sites :

starred 'red, ;white and blue. sirip ofbunting. 'ThiRestaursniaw' ... ,. throughout,the dlnto -room Urge.,airy,light and cooL We shall.' idepend i-: Farming ,

STJiUCiE .1') ., In, all 'respects like,the' ':.;. ;, upon,our.terrlee 4._ to,. make oar success In- badness.Talfle .-' t-- '
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tain's which floats : ', ,.: " -i ifi- ; i -:. .1a4r4.'L Jf
.c Tb1Iwu-si4; ; FUture pennant,. majestic .., ; a-.I.. ;;...) \ < .t _
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slly.lrom.the mainmast,and I U often ----4
1Or ito! so long; that U;trails in the'waterattMsiernhltdelpbliInquirer., - : ; AGENTi1 ;- J ' ?
: Boarders at $4.00 per WeieK .-, P :'p _, : ir i .
QRAFTEDPtCANTREES. ; .,, - :
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___J 4 -:, 4.- SpedBiMi*"Bti weigh'e OBM VT ,."-.-.. ; Tk.Reu..I&: >; " . *\ '- \ "- "- ". ._' Thatmaa .
% Ned appears to have a lot We seek .patronage:andkbowwe. Can p1 -: :,*- : -. . : .P > t! t' .
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_I-fl44giacWM DELAID FLL of good bonestni*,; : -, -'. ';..;:, -, j: : :. ;tjFl9.fia;: ; : Coast Iine. ..Canal' and Trans. CO.i'' 4C
T.4.-Ot.couiiehe'sa-graduat.ot '
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'ft yeterlaary college If\Y.: .W r14., t: ' J 'w. GLIDEWELL -'t :, -:. "- BOston.: and..Florida, tlantieCoiCot <;; '.
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-' 'tutnut, Co d:TairEiaLT: ;beet oar ideas of t stable I'Onm'meuttwl x _

l'' should we expect more of tl ethan 000000000.000000000000 .

t.T The 6Jtiami MetroKlis.it } of the Spanish Republics in Cental -' S'TOVEsrWood : r 3*. .

} and South America We think it

ITf13 I. more probable that oar government, Undk:7

Bimj; fully realizing the situation, will not
,Bar PAMIng Crapuy
attempt to organize a government under -
w r'.,..',* XUKI.DADX OOVKTT, TLOMDA.aot the Cubans. Therefore we think
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.. -n. Southern Hswneper published en that Sunday.next means the practical
&. sulnlaaA ol the Unless.
''t"" .;,t.: *" most aettiaen railway terminal. e annexation of Cuba and her r,600,000; s .->.... .. -,

j ,Jri.l/ri4';" tn the Poetofflee at Miami,Florida, people to the United States.TheHavana ;.

,''t" J- T: as eeeond-elaw*stter.Sab.criplion r . ..- and r. "
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:" Rates. Wooaud.1
.. '.*J'S ycr..... ........................'.....12.00 Program.
...;3' JJo_ .'ath..... ............ ................. I.. 1
'c;:x.."TOOM pay In*In ad vane will receive rear's. How to City Will be Turned over to the United
.,. rjbicrljrtion for f tAO and Hx moatbr sob States Sunday. Gasoline : '
.;....;.S.lotion (or 7s eeata Tula la a liberal dU. j. t. :
:ec'-w' *to iBdne strictly advaaet)yarmmita,. "The commissioners of the United ti! : ?Metallic Caskets t :
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+4: : !! 'fJ't" Adrertlalng Rates. T States an.d tie commissioners of Spain ;; _

.. 'f.) :silaiLa OVB on TBmajt> anc: .0.. in order to accomplish with due formality o :
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,co:' .. WK. HO.' : Moe. MO*. TSAB.HOlM. the ofBcial delivery of Cuba by 1 fMwM. L ,
:' ; ; .11De1a:. ,." eG | tOO f .ell I tOO Lower Prices than And in a'few days ,;: r
At -
>t..,w ,I Inches... ,180 'a 00 too 10604m IS 00 representatives( of the government of my : :: 1
;., ,a Inches..',. too seo lUG' as cot New Funeral. Carr ; r. '
I 1 nchas... oo 'ft M 10. II 00 10 00 Spain representatives the govern *-- :

1f. :t r 1.ta tac'b8a..r'Oi soil t"b 'on 000. 'uoo uoo MOO lUG 1100 4100UOO ment of the United States in 'accordance ever sold : : will be here: at. your fej':ft,., f

_.:.T uohe$... 100 ooo not nooMacs. with the agreement between I service. J *:'ctClean
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'; a tte 1000 is 00 8000 6400
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,' 'lDcbea.100.. .1100 MOO MOO to 00 both nations nave resolved by common
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!,,t... ,lOtaOieot)' ICB uoo noo MOO 400 accord upon the following: c. : mt
.. u laenea.i. S GO Ufl $400OS 00 7S09 fi* AfLw";
'11 motes .. 'S 10 is oo r ou aooUincheeiU noo ".Flr t-At 12 o'clock, on. Sunday, :
soa tioo ssoo 44oo 0400 the 1st day of January, 1899, a battery Sweetartd
,iKinehee..,. 0 IG 'ITOO. MOO 4. 00 0000 DaintyIn :.r. '
I$ inche., W 00 '1' 00 II 00 MOOIS too of salutes at Cabanas will discharge *?% ; '
," laches..._ 10 M'M 00 S4 00 M 00 MB 00 twenty-one cannon,) and immediately '$ & ,
f. :'"inches.... 11 00 10 00 SS 00 S7 OOE 10800 thereafter Spanish, flag will be .r' : s-
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tnehea it BO si oo mop
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: .' It bacbea;.,"uoo ssoo 4000 saosV 11SOD lowered from Morro Castle and from t.", -, \
I (10 la.ca eoI) U 10 aoo .. ell osoof '-moo all official buildings where displayed hot weather your sleeping room looks that is furnished with one of. our exquisite enameled. ..... \, ;
\r;Local na41f.notices 7 ents per line and the flag of the United States will "
; ,"l'-.. froIII that ncea. be raised in its place,: saluting with antique oak, or our low: priced bedroom suites. Their very freshness *and ;beauty gives an: :- : {. -, ;-

another discharge of twenty-one guns that We them from $9 to $35. : .. < /
Kill 'nOWDi MaiBtl 80,1S98.. atmosphere is refreshing. are selling r. :,
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from the same battery, these salutes to .
". be 'fired by American and Spanish .. r -- :;: 'YA:f ;' iy
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=- artillerymen respectively. Americanand
r K .ua" will; soon. advance anotherstep' Spanish ships of war that may be EDWIN I N ELSON-: 1 : ;

-g. "as:L port. Congressman Davis in this port properly equipped, shall '" a
'.: )atrodnoedJest4treek in the House also salute both nags, discharging the .". ; '"J.1"-t* .,
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_.' 'ff'of s; BepresentaUves' a ''bill provld- proper" "Second number Land,, of.gunl.and 'naval. forces of ". "_ .ri.4ixi,. .. _. ._'_ .:." r 10' "!'; yt'

'I; jDK''for1lowID:.;. Importations here the United States, which may have ,.
ifor' :Immediate transportation.. At been designated by their respective y ei
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who shall have -
:: ftatioas be mad commanders and entered
l preient'Imps can ,
vfi-for: >consumption Thedifference' Havana in advance and shall have i Choice lots in Miami, Cash of install* -?" _-.;:
immediate only.' located themselves at a 'convenient enta. Address os25Ja kIODmei''! .'f"illr.

,_ in. the: technical terms is place, upon hearing the -salutes, shall ,...".j/.'" e.r 6 4wc1" ::' fReliable

;ibatatpre ant tbe tduties on imports proceed to,occupy fortifications, J1 : t- t t-
;'' vF4!; iuis port'-must1: be paid hereupon edifices and places in the! city which M _r, ''Wuted..0' 4r ,.

'entrr! /while! if thebill1s 1 paased goods the American:"autborittes may desire' ' ,man to work in tomatoes s .
.i : tooecupy.i;and:. that :at >ll military Fxr ,, "" for the next four- months.'"I"will .
be"entered ,
-' lug hereind;forwarded In : : pay;
: ">Kl.* J aSpanish officer will await the ": i
places .. ...., -- : <
:" ilfO.Call.at the Alapattab Farm. <- :i" -
'custom douse A :: .I:
.;;Z bond to'some'other and arrival of..the American!forces, and i ;;:'- It .. JlnsafP.ToaNraoa.' y s 33
; 'l"'1 the;duties paid there.! .The passage of will deliver the place to them, leaving )-..'. .' ,. *' !.t. I ,,- : "

'.,F 1th' ,;'bill r would''make';no difference-In it lo'tbeir_possession.- If,'on that dal --' .,",." '...:.:...1.... ._ .I ,. ,. :,. .. TL. f 'i V 6 1
bour there shall be ; 4
and yet Spanish .- ,, Bicyclists ;, ;;
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'it.w, the status of.the port in its connectionjwjth HavanaVJbey will remain in '": '
: troops I. While out trying trying yourJwbeeldon't 1' '
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: v\; ;,the Key.et0flice. -It woulda.tt111 their quarters, and will ,form ranks 4. <:.. : i.' . 1 -'" ,. ,, ,_ ,'. \..\.. ,...' T-rnr I. fail'to 1 seta coofdrl k'ora'dl.b', ' : 'be''under Kej West u a tub. port daring: the time' of,the delivery of the : - : _- of ice cream at Cbaa. CoUrll's/Buena :- ,y l-l. ..' :Yf,

tQf'.entry '.wMrr Davls's bill also asks city saluting American troops which ; .' ,Vista,on Saturday or Sunday, ;;* = ;: ?':: :,!
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| ; ; : may pass there, presenting arms to .. t 'J' ,. f :
r 2for; .the"appointment? : of'a., .customs sounds of march, from musicians and .-" ..." I F ': _
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inspector. ..on... '.tbe"(,Havana steamer. bands. ..;The -American :'troops, will : : ""' 1---'" ."''. .. . Notice lor Pnbhcilbn: .':. : r '
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_.4, ;vwboM) duties would be to remain upon return the salute' in.identical form. .. '.:: ; . ___,._n _ --- __u::1 ,LArD Orricz il GACrriTH-L;FtAi !' '- '-:; v ;
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l."Tbird""A.t the'same (hour of ]jo'clOck Deee l> .
: ; the time her ? A. r
J. v the;steamer :all during "' Notice ".herebrclreB '
on the first'of January there that,thft'.SoQowlaf- :::. ....
wtr1. to a and from.BaTjinaJas; is the else shall be present at all :centers, tribunals AVENUE B, MIAMI, BETWEEN'I2IH AND 14 ra.BTREETS'DECEYBSR,1897., named settler fifed node*of bit nueaUoataH.:' .*r

) : ''._ Ith M'insptctor'tbjand_ from.Tampa ;:officers and civil dependencies of :, J make_final proof,Insupport'ot;, his daiia.and-x: ;v
that some the Spanish government, the, respect that jBud. 'proof.Vfll'be-nade re:.I...:,.<.tc,+o
Sf and Havana. ; is'probable
; : J'l C. H. Stewart D. D. G. M., spoke, for coffee and refreshments were served, I
functionaries and employees who I B. BelllTU. S. Oominlssiottflr.Tmt; ,
_ s o aisle will elapse' beforeMismi becomes, may have not yet 'ceased discharging the Grand Lodge of Florid: Among AMONG OUR NEIGHBORS'after which the Christmas tree: was on January 28th,'MW, via::,:W1Uiam Gill T1aA, OL.:.:": ',?;. ... ,
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:: port entry: ; their duties,and they shall make delivery ,the other speakers were: Dr. .!. M. lighted op and stripped of its dainties.l Miami.homestead.22171. ,'for the soalk-s;': .. ,....

'I> ::" '" .. ,--: .) '! ,: .to the:American functionaries who Jackson, Jr..Dr. W. S. Graham,Dr. L. During the evening some!: excellent east .quarter-of.bul-w AurUir;8eeUba-z: :;, -.:,;-
may present themselves purpose township M souls. Range o.SaaL':, ; ,':.r"-.i.....;,. "J ,
t for'itbat' 'J .
_ ',+, mm.tft:: J-ofpftc..ltb, Spelnia- ,=:and:'will::then A.Peek'of Melboure,J.11.11111, W. M. BISCAYNE BABBLE. selections: were renderedbj.tbe.quar.; .JIe aamesthefalbwtagwltaessetoptevehfa.continuous . e-

",pp; '1qwl thebandsotPresideat'McKInbut instruction. >V: ..'.i;* of Harmoni! Lodge'at.. Palm Beach' tat"Floia"of Hailandale composed-of resldiM.poI U4:realttTatioa itl .:

'y, ,'of ,the Statu4 Christmas has come and We Robert U IIIf'of ., r1T:8.mnel
United \ gone.- ]If CocwntttOrOTe.ST -.. 'l'f
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01'Foi'eignEeIatIons ol Dr. 'J. W. -Jackson, F. M. Kubae, Norberg, 2d tenor; Srerker Lundbefg-, -. I
i' !: the:_, commissioners of ,Spain, sincerely hope that it brought as much A. Beleher/of Cocoanut Ororel J't':. .. .; "
...' :':Senate.: ; It;':isygirtn -out;;from together with the two Governor .Generals Fari's, :T.*'Cobfen, J. 'B. .Dewey, S. HkPollock pleasure to all the people of South 1st basso; J. L. Larson..2d'basso.The ..wnU.pJr.Ftah.r. of .... ., .f.' '' ..'f ,c

blngton' tbit;the:oois lmltteiwW::. and:.their: headquarters officers B. Van 'Dyke and S. L. Pat., Dade'as It'dld to us out in the piney party broke up at a late hour, after WW1a t.E.Jbtri:" tct c- ,. -?- ;;' ...."
majority"report: recommend;Ue and guards, will assemble at the palace terson.: The affair was marked having enjoyed a most pleasant' even- deel61an2'1' *W.'Q.BOBIKSOK.:BeRtaer.; i. ('

: of the captain general to decide on the the woods. Ing. $ .....""".. .... '
of th throughput by good fellowship and Ii'f
treaty._ without > '
,: )\ ; :; moment and by 'commoo', accord 'any -- .: .
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p.. :A-respectable: .minority''.will doubt or difficulty which. ,may occur good sense',characteristic of:.Free: :Masons Miss Captain Billy Dontbit entertained Ducking on the canal and lagoon-!'ice H:;: 'M ;:KlNiSi fc-:; i>; fif -, .;..otI't -.. "

n : :lrhloh".wr1I1 over the delivery.and to receive immediately . and by an enthusiasm that promIses : at Christmas dinner ...)(esan. *-. 'T x-i -<
;: a /modification good. Mr.Ni la Carl Ison captu red . / .. : ,
-.i'the, eliminationof' ; .:';,the.,Philip,- ; afterward any person who'-may well fdV the order'in'MiamL :James llubel, Homer Ingalls; Willie very "'5"-4"-; :..1: '', ...:'"
half dozen the other day and '" .. &
a reports ,
desire to visit them, either tin (recognition andStveetness Douthit of Bachelors' .}; 'J.t .' ....
will b a TheTnewiy-eiected officers aret WiW.FarisW.M. I Hubel ; :;
question There ,
; strong of new.authority or in 'farewell .thatDbere are plenty of dockr-In",thai\ F
in the ..Senate over:,:the adoption to the'one that cases.4i* :', : :; G. Enlo.'s-'Y: : S. [ I 'Hammock. 'Captain Billy Inaddition vicinity. x

| ty.whichrfllcome'iip; very "Fifth=Although/!!IsnoV, 'to' be U.'P u ii.;; :W.;; 'George C. Friar, I to'bejng, | a most lovely Jdr.I,and )If..and Mrs. C. C.:.Johnson i and, Mr. .

:.- ;$2 noon: ,:altar,tbe '':holiday'!! ::recess,= :\This, that expected from will the disturb culture order of-this or city*-,the Tteus:r'A. j F..Lang,Sec.; FPM:.Kuhse,' charming entertainer: is a "chef decuisine"and Wm. H. Barnett, all, of 'Re To.. Pa., i"' ".
' be anyone &:?!>:? 8: L >,Patterson J. D. CW.\ H. the menu was most delect. aC
Skbttrillnots party Ips..OLberrlr. ; : gravity of.the delivery:of-the'island: ; ; ; arrived at Hailandale last. Ffldajieyen'! a:

.Wie.vtrong, -.poliUcaVopDonento>> will be bat if anyone should' so,disturb it, he Gregory 'and J._ U. Hayes, Stewards; able.Mrs. ing. Mr. Johnson expects. soonio pot ':.;.'.f'y' _, .. :. '.
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&;arrayed on both aides'of. :thej
o ';'of expansion:'i The::question :;is'one of public force, and.the American author Fred''Blackburn;who, has D'ot yet re- hN ,'lIun-\Vab": Mr., and Mr Mason Funeral' rector ' '" :
(ties will punish the guilty with sever ;/Mr Porter of SufTrome,N.J ,' . . .. ...
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Ltd" im ouee.w hicb, has .tsu'ned'from Conference is under' / ; ; spent -
tomJ'alosi appointment Garrett Misses Grace and Isabel", and "
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? ; : :: v ; :"r;v; >> Saturday at Hailandale looking,Tat:; and'Emba1 ter ..1"-t: ,J- :' ;
:-.. "U arij nWnoe the foundation of our JOY :: 'Slxtb7On.concluding the delivery < : as Chaplain Master Master'Carl Garrett and Judge some land. It is expected that he will a, '4 .. !; ..: ., ., ...J._ :

>- {eBmeot :The Phllipplnea. win be.the the',Spanish.troops*which ]may' yet r t ? _ I .; ,;. Merry weather Strayer. The Judge is remove to Hailandale', before,'.a':,great ''THE F1NESTCASKETS' .p.- .', "' '

t "iflgLtiog' groond. ..:The:'Question:'ofSHrto edaa remain. r jmtbe.,foreign Island;,army shall,-in/be'eonaider-a* friendly ServicestiSaturdayrDec.81st: t the Catholic_ Church an authority phristmas' Punch, and while. V-,u.' **".' :.or'.. EVER- -, .BROUGHTJO! ,, jAML. f: -::_-_. "

,..' 'f Bioo and.tte, other Islands of the eatrotry, ;and u, such respected. by.allIiasoniC ."- V-; " if the oranges had not given out early :Mr.0. C..Johnson and, Mr.: '''Wm..H.Barnett .! 'e '*n eiegant wO- be' 'p
/".''iAtUllef ootaide of Cuba':are\!ouraby :, -1- '> .-, -| i / at' T o'clock ,p. l in'the evening we ''would have doubtless spent Tuesday in, Miami.! '.'.j j>i ?::,,,here'"M*an" V early f date, .

!l mntagi''ooasente: .-There'li': :a' ,strong : .Celeoraiibn..; m.r Benediction of the thesoIenchanting Blessed Sacra received, some'valuable pointers Mr. Sjostrom received;a'very.' :beautiful .. -' ;Omcw. ,_ ,.t8ETaoeotre_ 0 T" ,'Bvuarno.,.,_ ,. "#.'._. .. '.
''' t amen ceotY to \ ,' :) ment'pteceeded by' from him on the mixing of his favorite Remington gun for Christmas > )
",;vta 4 Bthe 0 Pbili tau with their 11/XX-) ;Free Masonry:'Is a;very:ancient' jn-: of the "Te Deu m"in thanksgivingto'Ahnlgl brews.,* -. i gift from his folks up north. ':- .
: .POJ popoUtion and tbrir",000,000.000" sti ton;'bud:naturallyBlscajne-Bay, tj'G d'for the many benefits'recelved.during .

u ..ul;value in ,the coin"of,the,'realm .The Lodge, No. 124, being: located.; i in'Mi-i ;' the pintyear.SundayJanuary'Ist ; Miss Maud;p'Benchain; the charm- new Mr.John Timm south has of town.removed, to, hU- -'. :: ::? ,'.! :-f:

J- S BtwiU: 'be on t pTOpoaition whether ami; Is yet;young! ; having. been' '(i'nstt > early mass' at .little sister I lady who Uacbe our school,and cottage ',f.",: '0'' 'A |;" ,1 <$m

t,orWi.ire a cMAftTord to.expand{rtoth. < totedonlrhist1anaary. :Th4;pjinci-' 8 o'clock a/m<;i%Last mass at9:SO ani., her. ,Miss Sweetland O'Benchain, LITTLE RIVER LACONIC3. : ,r_ : :::7?.: '

-y ute, oovering a vast horde of non- pal officers for the first Dear":werV\Dr, with sermon by, Bevis' Father'O'Suilh' spent the entire holiday week with ''''' ''''I--s <,..,.yiDQp,,.;.;, ;.

''Aeiericsn:ems.iq" .people 'living J.M!Jackson,.:Jrl:"W,:M:f' George,C; vanS.; Ji; :Sunday school at )S p. ,m; .tbeirparents, at'Cocoanut' Grove. Little Rifer celebrated Christmas IE : ;::';'-" ''"'' :c m
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,F ):02 nlne"thousand miles awiy from'ttie seal'X.of Friar, :iS.:'w;;; Dr.W .SGrahamJW. : Ross yarid.Bibedtetiono, l the' Blessed- Captain BrossierbiUe.; and. family, regular yjty style' ''with/sky-rockets- : or tdg" ':' .I' :fi"- '
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F.M.:Knhse S.D.: : Sacrament at 7 p. : Moffatt fire crackers and fire-water/galore/; : '--". 'TV5* ; ... ;,;.."
; !; pterDlD ot.. Whether we can afford ; ; O.pCottrell'; m. \. and )lrs-. -Emma spent their .- -{""4erHorae ); t.-- '#' i
Sec.', UDder their : ; 'At 9 S50 o'clock"mass the choir,' under '' '"City the racing all the : % a > 3K* (ii
.)' ;|'| erpanslon at-;'a"nationor: noitiief 'pldlnghand'tbeodie :/ Christmas at?Lemon guests go.bereDOtr f?* ; "
_ :'; ; r"Stirs and Stripes have been raised. over, has growls to"nearly:40 members, direction. ! .of Mrs..'p. J. Hooks! organist of Mr...and Mrs.'Gary, Niles.Miss' A race'between, two of our horse baa 'f-vj *!l'J V: I "S* -
trying hindrances assisted byMiss McDonaldandMiaaWesb'sopranos been,,scheduled for 'Saturdayon'theMiami ,: .. t.sBwr'f. '. "SA
due ,
"i phulppina'pabllo MntimentsayVtbat notwithstanding j'o riefor.ii8d
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:: je' ; *' '. 1 illarion. j Burr, one of Little. track. J of hen [ ? ties
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"', <:'; they be nailed tare; ,, to, the,newness of things) this I secUou ]| ] ,;. ; Mr.- 9: Sosfcyten.or" River's moat; popular: .young ladies, t is thebarbed.; shop and nothing ..
,. ..._- ... ," - and the extreaiepreoCcupattoo of and Mr. Louis Cenci basso will < : civilization a .failure? Until recently
...wl. .- :.\ : !'- -- .- : ;, ,, : a few days'jli"the piney wood makes a.man: feel more at ease in a' d
: ., ',tt.: '11"1.... several,:of'" the officers.' Free,:,Masons render',Concone's -'pretty mash. in F. spent, '- / no one thoiwhtof.locking: doorsor barber's chair: than to know.:that'':. t, 4

.-: kBtixwT;! ..ti,:the'dsr of:peas: event Int roond up the .year-oQ St:JobnV:Day; The'offeratorV.will.consist of Adam1! lasVweekf. the. ,guest of' her friend Mrs. With locking'the advent up ,farmingImplements.ads'and the. everything; neat and clean, that*.*; ,
: CaptaltBrosaier. the work is first class
ahd the workman -,, .
; llii, history;Oltbe.QaeeDof: :; tb.Anu1ei : December27':; when the installation of famous Christmas hymn,:"Noel.'';'. -.y promise of electric ears:-Iectric lights, competent. ,We ran our abop--i J
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..! ,juatacrpeitheStrait"of Florida newly-electd:officers iCusuaijy: >:;had; ..Special) (music,l at'the evening service.. The ootb.aod; urbane drummerhas telephones and other adjuncts of eitU- on...firstclassbusiness',-prlneJ p lea,'.'c-*R? .. h ;
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> ppeaance'amonK ixed Thomas communitii J.;Peters+had'lami the thief. cater to the e.lagenetalrand.. d
lot of tools
; -'I Yii Sunday i :the:, Spanish;;..flag i ames"deiwu11'xIn'Havana -a two,:days':convenilon/under the ,;He., Admires: _, the Metropolis., us, and his eyes,glisten! with anticipation stolen a few days,ago,a and several new .parties guarantee. ri'lU our.work r" .: 1* '

and the.:American flag goes direction of theDeputy"Grand'Muterfoe ; : ;.. ,' - as' he sizoi up the many fine-and rt"porthu money stolen front ... %-TOimBiRBEflSH6&: -

.VP'never to come:[,down/';Sunday;:ithe .this! district,.C,H.'Stewart;of Mel.bourneand 4 "tic,. iHsiFla.' .., .17,1899.- promising'cropa'to" be seen* In.this sec their. basses ; ..... :

''T ,Atneria? .formal:: a: banquet extended to EDlTOa MssoroLtsY tloo.,1. _' "f I
: troopotak poaae- ? : Parker & Smith have commenced ; : j
i DAR : ;
alen"oflahe Island:,of'Coba, and.all: visiting .brethren from: :Melbourne) ; f : SIB-- Inclosed please find check j ,Mr...'James Uubel has on" m ( '
< for $8 to'apply 1.1 subscription_ toMarsoroiite. finest looking o'n the "
plants prairie.J
tftlogt come'nnder the tfetatlon of the Palm.?Beach:and elsewhere,several of young horse to'match his pgt Maud : .
:...."; ,...-;Ignited:States. .It is posilbU that bur these from.ditictBtates..-Theconventloq .' :1 must congratulate you '
: of'; S,' and ,wfll. soon be"seenbJl'tlip. rock ; B, ,'Ilerritt.on the prairie east of feli-Estabiisfi4*
the'appearance the ? B
fcVoverntQent wilVgive the Cubans a fair was for instruction and exemplification on : paper size,I i road "'with his ,girtvdrlyingspan. the, river, has a. fine-looking lot of ,, .. sin .ss .
of appearance mounter mat- ... -<
'' beauty a lie and '" < -'" 1
early tomatoes la stakes
i" ( .DtalD' using "'
chance totorfanlM 'of'I the work '
and i & : 'concluding '
stable ai' ; ter,*and last but byno. means leagt.'the: hitched to a:sidebar.barouche. Intakes wire.. No staking was done here last ; _F 'andJinf H arose ;t. ,it ", \.
):. goyernment promised the with work in the Masters! Tuesday
we degree' resumption' of'the'' old'original headinjci time, but, Hube 'always gets there year;but enough of staking and wiring -_", "" ", > _,_..', \,. -'
w ...; world;,1t: :woi4dF:-do.. Th&1tbeywill. night, after: the\Installation I. sere-. ;'hale eventually:, this season to make the result. basil .goose on l>tEOxUtO feel,.one block from ..;, .
;which I ; always(considered Blsetyae i Ba,.: on paved street'M 'i
': v 1 jiieverbeablo; :! to,'nlelntain-taloh a monies Notwithstanding ,this: fiery for the future handling of lbe'rops.. ? Orange trspcrnilt. flr,tangerine man1?;. ,.k \'
ernment IbereUUkledoobt. Natajova toll;pognm'the banquet was well urii the most uolqo JPproprJa -beid** Homer .Ingalls...and. his panther dogare \ *KO, Soars end banana trees a year oM,. "1 -..

.::: 4%;;an;; hiftieaimprprldentind'by'.no: ; v. der, way by.midnight,with, 82,covers. lag I ever saw.Long ,may''you' retain' rapidly} ;ridding this section of pan D.\Yr.!J.,and are,Mr'vUitinjr. Crpp R.y ftf H.Washington. Burr and, *ra The fine tnitnesa condition li a"well-eiUbUtbed") ,j'ro--\--l 4. : :'
: It thus.. Very respectfullyFKID! ;- :.: ther. lie"hunts i'them at:night with s a ielf) with a |6 00 stock. doing good v.:1" ,
5. .jaeaot a cleanly race t having .no :;COD laid,: and::every; ,seat. taken. _J,",K. .. family. &' .', Uade, .Briek store.Bz4i feetIn centre *J'i.S? "'.. ,

.1: itepeion? of 1kryezoept: in that}J"en.oomptu&Uaense Dewey,asatited by' ,&L.' Patterson and -.5 'W:-HnCB, tt ; light, on bisbbeadpno. ,""fire.., boweverjis ; Mrs. Soop and Miss 'Senie Douthit /. ,".of,house sod slot 12O.t d grocery'for.moalb..WI.llell.tl.UO ;-n;.,-' .. -

"f .> In,the:nt>nat, they J.H.Hay *;bad made eminently suitable -';' i..+..' r. r1. p used. .. .z. spent the meek here ;, : .'"', ".,wb.-; Title. per/ecc Troperty It worth ;_ ,'
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'_, :,wlir':never,be able to maintain'a'goy-;; arrangement, .and' the. !dining BtiU'the/Come... : ;, t .._ :: ..,- -: Mr. and Ttfrs. Wm. Freemanentertamed :I p. .ft for.]OO.me to Other fell.matten. Address make it Becemrr-' ' .
t: f \
7ernment suchi M wilrnot be a constant room of the Hotel :Miami was; turned
"* GI0.1bulUu.SrauT," ,. ;'l. HUMMERS FEOM :HALLAHDALE.Chriatmasdes a largex number of ,friends at a P. O. BOX e414.2mI.u .
, the health of the offer :
South .
"meflece to'tbe ,
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to ; which .
[ and'aruarantee lodge for two'hours, A' "
: ;' .. :PmLADILPBIA: ,=P.: r' *' Christmas dinner. ., *.
J ,F.- FLA .
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to the safety'of 'American nomason who was' present':>ill easily Toi the Jiay Biacajrne Publishing Co./, ; rrt { ""

.. '. &"lhveitment.V The-;ancestors-of r the forget.: :;The program was impromptu; Incloaed: please 'floe"1one' dime ,for ". ' turned-'>:jjot<'"to ,be 'a'beautiful ,Eismarck'sXIroa;._ : Nerver ,* s'

> --t't3cba>aitDe, : SpanUrda,ate .made',:a and no'complete census has been liken the 'MITBOPOLIS: for,:two' Weeks".We warm1.:,day': 'and everyone' Was tie remit of bUV>od :health.;SID. D'. t. [

7 t tauu (fovernment, !\flow can the of the'number of speeches&de',while are expecting to move-, to Florida in a seemed..to be. .'happy. "" and- in,;--the.. best r"splr ..ofi" domitable :,will an'L,tremendous;'energy
will "
and
time --
short
':..' gsprin ,. to;Jt ..larje';ext nt mixed. the orosfiring of>> ,informal remark and Miami or Cocoanut.Grove probably, which settle ever on ;:.; '_ -1' ' '- ..- !: are not'and found:bowela wherestomach'are; out';of.;:order.liver,kidnejs If. .

,. .' d:;the blood_of a still::inferior race ipoatatieeiusbamor i defies rwrd.' 'The place offers the best opening for a den; ,A-"ieryplraaan6tatheriiig., :took placeon you want theM- ualiu'ea and .the racceee ' WHOLUALE .,

. Jn!the African,wlt1L no:,_eiperiena i .to fen of-the" ''evening! .;'waa-1.brief< but tilt If you will kindly oblige me.-I Christmas afternoon' and evening'atthetllindalebotelatwbiehTi they '.bring;.DM'.Dr. King'a Newt.;LifaPilK 298 Washington_ COMMISSION and 177 Beade MEROHAfrra.9ts,,Krw*, Toajc.. ; -

; feVemiDentaffairs,conttoroct open the telUng address the uses'and beauties will. consider. It a very great.favor.. ,, ; number ' They:develop i every;;power;'of Brierenees,Irving National.Addrese Baal.

,, .. ..%ivtai of Crtei"a' erBweat which;will of Free ;Maspn i,:byjOebrge ,C Frier. RespectfullyMsa.' ,-- . of the.setUers brain and body:'Only 5 cent Town- MiAMf HOTCU: '' MIAMI,Pt Jt ... .
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"i. Ware now opening up large line of Bedroom Suits, Chairs Tables, 'Rocker and .Bedding ; in fact as large :.-. ") !

;1, ne of FURNITURE as there is in the State. We respectfully ask you to call and examine, same. I : .

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New Advertisements.AaUkOBf A party of Seminoles were in town General Greene and staff officers returned Thos. Doaae, an old customs officer, house was a complete
f Brothers,elothlnx.Kdwttt the first of the week celebrating from Havana where the General together with a party of four others particular. The exercises. given' by the The F.E..C.: Hotel Astern is having' ** :

t : Nelson nirsltur Christmas, drinking "wyoma" and has had charge of the evacuation com- were at the Biscayne over Sunday on children deserves special' 'mention and constructed under .the supervision "',

+ i.W. WaUoo,hardran.t making themselves, generally at home mission on Saturday on the Lincoln. their way to Havana, where they were reflects great'credit on those,who bad J.. A. Dunn' ,on-the river I hank near the, '' ..

; ; John BarB(X,atom. about the business places. Upon his return to Washington General to go into the service of the'United ,them in charge. ,After theChristmas wharf, two very fine boat houses, which ;;,

's 1de&l8&ere.dry goods sad UUnerr.Sorprtss Greene was granted his discharge States government at that place. Mr tree the entire audleDu'waS"; served areTto ...1 r
Store,dry good be anchored irDear.'i Cot.and
; F. E. Blackburn of 3104, Park Ave., '
Doane has ID'tb-e Ice cake which added
O. H.Saiderxm. ata. from the army. grown gray-headed cream and feature Cape Floriaa for,the use'of'flabingandJ '
Chicago, writes the MjtTROPOLis.thathe : customs service. Havwill: install
the .
Ulanl Crete' Oo. greatly to the .night's enjoyment
and his family will be House wanted, or farm. State price.T. ,excursion I parties from the Boyal Paling,ti, t i x
occupyingtheir
Mimi Co. customs officials'ai
Drug drugs.
new. Havana 'and and to the entire satisfaction of <
., 857 Shermerhorn street, Brooklyn, everyone The houses i
boat each
are 30x40;feet, ,
-t dry
BnrdtM Cocoanut Grove
this
Son goods.A. place year '
X. Y. 6-7-2t then go on to San Juan,where he will present. ; .
.O. HntchMon A; COn commission mchU. initzendiresttedap'irit7k'a; ; ;large";
and this
wish to
keep posted on sec
the Surveyor
duties
assume of r General The Catholic Christmas tree held '
k, O.D. Cameron stoops for charter. tion. The guests of the Conolly House indulged was }uncti hall,Mbiths;, >pantry,;, dressing,. .
. .. in an oyster bake on the com- of the port under the treasury department at Y o'clock Saturday evening, the r omaD4 sleeping room',for.-the*:'JM care ;.'."
Work on the Episcopal rectory on church being crowded to listen to the taker ioom-\f .
mons opposite the Jiotel Saturday The lunch is_ISxSQ 1 feet.
r MIAMI MINCE M1AT. the church_ property,corner 10th street night. In all four barrels of oysters FOB SAL*-Small house, well!located appropriate services consisting :of l In', ze. -A deck. three:feet:
and Ave. B, is progressing rapidly. went through the process of consump- at a bargain. Address J. H. H., P. 0.. carols and recitations by the children.At I tends around all"sides! ots?the:,ooatsv-?

... ,.) The frame of the building, which is a tion. All enjoyed a pleasant evening! Box 224. 6-8-2i midnight Christmas mass was beJdaDd' One of the bo=tE',1a, ,'nearly'completed >4I

:Ih- Mrs. neat two-story structure, is up and In- and retired at 11 o'clock chock full-of' Tuesday night the mercury touched the choir rendered some very- I and upon the other'the'Cupper;-.work Is, .
e F. T.,Budge Is spending the closed. the 44-degree point, and ."Crackers"were choice selections. Sunday morning well advanced. 'r - a-,"
::1;! holidays with friends in oysters. Rev. Father of
McFawl St. Louis
Titusville.a I want to get behind' their held : .:' ....:"
Charles Coddebaoh is home Commodore Hughes and Mrs.Hughes George Land met with a severe accident -. mufflers and Inside their beaviestclothing. mass at 6, 6:80 and 7 o'clock; I a I ', -- -u 5 e 7
from
: are in port for the winter. They have Saturday whereby he will lose the : The. Episcopal people held a Christ .". (.,.-4= -!_ >. -5 -
; A "" fBXIXDSLCT
few
of
Key West and ready for the winter's, such nights render a Died. = _
'y brought with them besfdta the Jupitera use of his left arm for some time. His. mas tree, with song services, recitation .
H life '
to
launch business. : spice and help build one up for -On Monday morning;
very fine launch named the May wheel struck a rock in the road near the long summers which, follow.' -Toe e, etc.,_appropriation Saturday December J.0; Edwin Burr, SOB of' they "'

<; J. W. Pront.has. been secured by Lee Ellis,whichVill be in commission this Lemon City and threw him several! sun came out warm and overcame to a evening. JTbe 'church and tree.were ate'Judge'Sidney B.aDd.Anlt .Eliza.Beardsley.of Y",

\If: McBride, administrator of the 'Tuttle winter. feet, landing him upon a pile of rocks. great extent the chill of the' cold handsomely decorated. Sunday morning Bridgeport;Conn. _. .-'_ ,_" 1
estate, u private secretary. lIe received not serious Bev. Biaek''deUnred .g Miami (Fla.) Metropolis please'copy.K. 'E" 3
painful though Mr. appropriate s
?1 : John of the Pla- an r'
:; Jftowen manager northland 'wind. All northern-born I-[ .YTribnnetTnesdarpee.iO,'%e. ... ,
; cb, P. P. Murphy and wife of Plttsburg, cide Hotel at Jacksonville, has been injuries. people soon become "Crackers," at Cbrfstmu'serm n and Mr.:;:BeazdaIe ;' iras- well'' known'
.t I Pa., friends of the Marshalls, are 'secured by A.R.Thompson managerfor 11. Hoffman is Philadelphia investigating least to the extent of feeling the chill Christmas communion was held, ac-. I at' Cocoanut :Grove;"where:he passed.,'a. '

;: guests with this family at the Miami.. ,the Hotel:Miam. 'Mr. Bowen is an the circumstances of the I of a'44-degree temperature;. Wednesday companied bi'.blmD. bftbe choir': a nnmber- *6i"wintert[ : at the. 'Inn. :

; ? The usual services morning old and ,experienced man in the business death of Mrs. Hoffman several weeks evening it was feared that a frost , He 'was, an 'inUmite ,til i 4' f'Kfrk; ,_ -

4.,. and eveniojc at. the Presbyterian Sunday and knows what he is about. since, of whose death be.was not made. would.occur that nigjit, as at 8 o'clock Bicycling Mnnroe,J.JVJEwanandbtbers.Th;; '"
pavilion aware until after burial, although she the thermometer .showed 64 degrees.But Monday 'writerfirst( met ')>hlm'atltlie Ins'ibc.. '
+ ,Bev. W. W..FarisD.D.pastor.One Paul P. Faris, eon of Rev. and Mrs. The .
bicycle
died at the home of her parent where the.wIDd'whipped :around off the : racesMonday afternoon :March, 1896. '
W. W. Faris, arrived in the city this I about the events __._ _l't. !
hundred barrels : andT were only of the day 1 ' r lc
of Spanish she went for surgical treatmeo"bl gulf the depression, stopped I, .. . :- A ..,.Y, ;
week from San Francisco Mr. Faris '
1 . mackerel were shipped from'Miami toy mutual) consent., at 62. "At: ,.8 o'clock Thursday morn worth, special mention/There ,were ; : ;, .: ':! ..'-r..,
will spend the winter and spring 8tockbo1dei Me' t1 __-... ,_ .
New York two white races and one colored.. jg': "
had risen
by ing the
express on Sunday morn temperature to eb,.
ing's triin.b the home-of his parents and return-to 'F' Have,you, tried our suggestion and 's P ,In the white, -mile race there The.J'igul&r annual-meeting: tbV.:

"* his studies, In California. I in the early written to A. 'G.street.Hatcbesqn New &York Co.*279 for /A hot; and l interesting ..game'of, Bill three entries, .being :w. A." I fton, stockholders" of'the Bank of;;'Bay,Bi..'-,
Washington! .
for.the election of.'directors
The cayne and
first
of the "'
freencorn- season" summer. their stencil? You ought not delay wai witneseeC'by; L large 'number of Will Hampton and Bob !lEobertson. the transaction any otberbosinea;

F; ,was to beJsern upon .the"wagon ota '"0.**'H"- Baulerson oftMiami and Miss doing so. Make. them one of your New our people Saturday'afternoan I 'u Lofton; was paced by,Wilbur.Hebdrick-- will be held'at its'hanHna:.boa1e,*MI-:

huckster Monday.who. bad brought it.. Johnson Lemozi York ,agents. They don't' want "all" D.Cwgrpve's.regular Miami team baa eon and J. B. eteleer''upon &.tandem; ami I'Florida,/February 1:1899-: ,-at.1, '
In. from the country.The Annie of City were your shipments. By'dividing yojir clock m.4 W u.M.Baowjr; ;,, > '
the p.
gained-quite( aTreputation# during .
He made the five miles JeII.&mptoo'Dnpaced iJ
) 43
n.1G_ : -- ..
r united !nf marriage. :(.J last Thursday: shipments! with them you,can always ,'t:' \ "President. -
,.z.;;, Ideal Fertilizers madeby.Vril- night by the Bev.,E. T Blackman, see that you get .full market value. three. .years: they 'have been playingball made the; stretch ID : : ." ,: /4C\
r.: son A. Toomer the best and > reliable and havea 16:20.: ., ,, '
are cheapest They are thoroughly. here,.never, having ,beenbeaten! ; Bobertsunhad.; A puncture \-0
Mr.;and Mrs Baulerson have been visiting Volcanic Ii lions'Aregrtmdbntiskia '
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In the narket.- -Specially adapted Hue line of customers. It .
( C..H. of about the last v
Thompson: ,as captain .picked, quarter when ahead of
w to the soils of Southern Dade. : friends at Orange City duringthe rob oti_ '
i ,r :C.O. PHitxirs, Agent, week. S The entertainment given at Lemon nine, with only a ,week's. practice, ,Hampton dropped out. soy| Backlen's'ArnicaBlTscarsstheoi eruptions flfs _
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66trPostofflce. Building,'vi City last night by the "Peak Sisters, matched the ability of his boys to toss The second race was a 207ardbandicap = lisp old, running and tern sorss,nlosrs,,
B. Price 'is ":-,A. a.Adams, who bad charge of the Extravaganza Co."reflects great credit the ball across the diamond ,against one-fourth mile dash Bobertson twils," felons,.roornsa warts, -; 1..- ;,,

from- Williams) powreooveriag, tent. ;' of the Y..M.' C. A. during the upon the local 'talent of that village.! that of the ,regulars, the game beingset started at acstchRhlle' Loftonand bunwJda.'ehaPpecl; head.;jbtains..' ,...'
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attack of -
r-c r a+ kept a,himtconfined severe i to Jaundice his, bed for six camping of the. troops, here last_eummer.retnrned' The ball! was crowded and a nice sum for Saturday afternoon. Mr. Hampton were, given,20 yards! *.', In the and Best acheI,9oIJ pIle ear ao 26 euth.wot'Drives a bottle.oat paI Clue a' '{. "."" w-.,:.'-

; to the city thin week netted for the church; fond. After the Thompson's men were one their mettle. first heat Lofton wou'ro' second.'fn; ty r
.acct!. Hennas been a sick man': ;1'f;? :
; *- : - -very-. - from' Savannah. He is waiting ordersto entertainment ice cream and cake were and played bard ball,the being the second and third beats Hampton =_ .<> ff $-' "::4i.. ; 'fj '
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f.A,young daughter:.lmade her app ar- go on to Cuba with the troops. Mr. served and aU who wished,,enjoyed asocial that they:defeatedhihe'Cosgrove team won In 4$ and 47 seconds ?.r'respectively;; ';'/ .,)' '" . Lt-.d .!_ ') "
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s ancelatthe: :hbme' of;.May'or; JTpbnJB.Beilly Adams,'eipecte.to. : return to Miami dancje. by a; score of. 22 to 7. We'expect to giving him the.race.: Considering'. the i rancy"Tif'wpple:: ; :-'.Eli" P!:A Suckan.for:,: I!,,.

;/-. Friday .nieh'wt. .The; little to* \'his'permanent' :_ home. as hear of some warm trials of skill on the 20 yards handicap I It is probable.;that ' saIe.Abbaku :." *''"'- --.-' :'';" .- -: ..". .

a' 'one,was' on'Christmas'' day. christened. soofipss'.hll./' -ngagemerit in Cuba ia "The Wayside Cottage" of Mr. and diamond between these'two teams in Robertson made a little the best time. ; E tiait:Qoeen''Nioldeif") < +-

:Eleanor Marie. completed.;. Mrs.! J. 8. Frederick, on the sonthside, the .future and if Manager Cosgrovemalpfafys The score of each, rider was follows; Queen,Porto Bico;; Smooth'Cayenne nia
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;- '::'-" -) .v was the scene of a pleasant neighborhood and Bed Spanish/ ) to-.,T Mi y _:r.r' .
( the reputation) Jj"bl. Bobertson, ,4bj|I'ttfd.. 4$ ; e"spectlvely .
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;' : 'J" "" ;' : \ ;' ''h. ,gathering' Monday' night team, has deservedly gained tie.mu.t ; ,,tofton,43,46Rae,; } CO,respectlvely : ; .. "Patm'BeachPlneq"r ::, < ;';, ,
< honor of.Miss' Martha 0. Bailey,' who look bo.IDess.k Hampton and47 r. fla.
: closely to ; ,44,43 ;; respectively WesVgba Beac'. *'-
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AreYou4n'Naed with i her.brother, H. Or Bailey baa for the -'first,:secondl f.; a'nd U.bis.mo' '' -a.--. -. h .. '",

..,.. ; : : '.; :, \ just'taken possession of the "Horse Mrs. David G.:Worth and'Miss Fior,- '' -1 >- ,;; .,>>._ : .:.," :. ; p
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ri :4'" ; ::. Worth Wilmington : ; ) r. ., ;
,; ' (}If A '\ , ,,,..' ', .' < .Cottage":Brickell's avenue. ina of ,' N.O:/sunand'cousia I .. ,,( ,The tuyer View BQteJ,'opDosIto' 1"ter.;. :;;;; .., ;. 'J"j
.' .f1.t ., !l >: 4;,;' ; ., : :, a of :Ensign Worth'. Bagley, .- -.- ," :.;. minal?station;' containing--l' :large'roomsr : ii: '_ > .

-1- "- t'I'f'; ...;. ':' :... ;.Lanyth'ing." n : ...:,;.":.' .".,;., 1V: ,. .:' The Sunny Land .nQoonees another!i the only officer;.killed in the navy during Tough on Melbourne. ,i besides kitchens;: informs--" ,. 'Lion

"if J-_- ." >1 i-.1:1:; "fv-r' > Jo. *-\xsr'r-\i\ ?, .. -',. : bange'tbh.eek.: No,attempt will be the war with 'Spain,' are' at' ,the In its Issue of'the 224'IDs .'the --"call'on or.address'. w ka: : .... ,t.j" '.....:. ..!!- "';
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"." :4: :,> , :t :' ';'- :.J/"' ;- made toget out paper. "I'blsl. quitea Conolly.' 'It.will.be 'remembered thatEnsign ; ';;--":""O'BP'f' r ',j-<<
.. \, -..... ,,. 47 .... change' from trying to issue a'paperimf 'Worth Coast'' Republican at Melbourne: on Indian ..6.lht.1I': i .*.";::Lemon flty'The'MxiaououtrhE'for !--' _..., : N... .: _
Bagley was''with',, four :River has tl li'tO .abont'jnos-: ',. '"
say
r jtt h:4- : '0;, 'not succeed.of, .Some papers their have OtbeW_ ,khledit Cardenas by the bursting ' qoitoes.# As !it, does not name t jthe.exact :} , 4: Le .fDJ&ib. - ...;. I J' :: :
interesting : .
peculiar
ways of a Spanish shell aboard toe torpedo place where the mosquitoes are so I sale a snp-t a .
V ,. readers The Sunny Lands way ,boat'''Winslow and/that his profuse, it is naturallytobesupposed ply,of legal blanks,printed from'cleare"

: J: }! seems to be to keep its reader guessing remains were :brought! to Key West ., I faced';type GOD:,heavy laden ledger: ; r--.
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: when he is and when he is'not going to : bom
thence iateto his# .
Mr. "Ttos.. { few days n.'fornlsheda :culms/leases .
quit eon-
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: : > ; '" get a paper.J.M.Lowreylat Bagley spent his summers on the"; seashore experience.with mosquitoes seldom tracts;bills of,sale, etc;;: 'They sw- :* ;: ; ,

r : .j ; of B "with his aunt for many.years and equaled 'and never-surpassed.:--The parlor tn,paper to the ordinary blaaks ,;
r' ftCLOTH,1: NG [ rtoJ'.J.lotowq : it there's'that'be'lrst' : learned':to vicious insects have come'in'a; 'cloud, and?! are; ,constructed;.especially'for; ?
' making arrangements.for open was. ; infesting every nook :and, corner-,nd Miami property,as well as being of the, .t.:, Of",'
'f ? : ; : : \ : :: ing up aV bicycle store, in one, of the love the sea and entered",the military attacking, every living'thing ;from legal forms requlmt, : .In"alt.tranaaos -',- "' r"
;V'V: : { new stores_corner 12th street and Ave.C. academy, at :Annapolis. Mrs.. Worth which a,drop of blood could be drawn. tions..1_ : ._ ,; * _. 'td;; 'r '
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.. speaks in",very; blgh/praise' of, ,her Men have 'been, forced to quit-work, -:,.- ;.7 '' ; ,".
: ( !/ ? .. Mr.Lowrey; will conduct a general horses and mules bue.bad to be ' 'lotiee- .
: } bicycle business,carrying full )line of nephew whose name"will go:;down to dogs had, to .be.taken:protected Intodwelling ;All persons found trespassing inin'H Y :.
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'. ''-"r "fa> wheels sundries' etc. Ile' will also history as the onlyofficer.of: the.'navy bouses,and poultry squawked :: remO'fIDI'Jlru.It I ; treat woodV:* ., ...:;:i--_
J '..- : ..:1 1 ; :: : ; haven bicycle livery and repair, shopin of.the'United (States;to'low'his life In during the night boors like prowling EaJbJ'; shooting on any At the grants: '40' i't
J : ,: : : .wlr ali'remember the' ihoctweezperiencedlt' oeasta had"seized them; -Ail;outdoor ) Bebecca::Eagan,Polly,"Lewis. iaDd'
; . ..., f, to, connection; Thus Miami one the ; We ,"
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.p .. \+:. : ;sogo; ; {, ,- :. J gains ' work is largely suspended.? : onathanYLewis br'me.-. -or"' ,.
::1' : !I; ;.l'r; : r .-. :. ., ",,; f. .:? more resident and'business.,man from "tbe' ..tlme'ofthi.. ;:f This is *certainly tough on Melbourne from date of tbi'notlce'Wmbej.; ..' :
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catastrophe Cardenas,and that*we ; coted to the full extent ef the law .A"L ,
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; t :'t :'J ): Bartow. i then began fully to realize for the first ., The residents of that villageshould :"64.6w"" .;.:,-M KT:Bx1CnLLFe;..;' .i,.- '- i,; '
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l I t i. < : .Mrs::N:'R. Gibson received last week time tbatwar with'all its terrors 'was ;.come down to Miami. -As: Bro. .r.JBoi1ts -' "

; fr from her husband in Honduras letter npVn" 'us"Mrs.and\MJsV Worth :will Barneswearsthe: : : cloth itls_to.;be pry: .l
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,-account'of Melbourne's affliction
F- dye
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stating.tb.t be would leave m return hom Monday.. ""* : f *** "
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Dec 13. Geo. Land this I morning re- ,correct. -.. 'iI<(- -- ': 'fcGMfeier
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letter from Hartfleld !!
ceijed! : Mr. one ""' ." 7Sl6opVixen '- j;
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Christmas ;
at the Churches.>, : ;, -
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:, of the/partyof; men. wbo jeft.J.wltbGibsbn.'RoberUon ; } ; No Right to .Ugliness.. : ; : *; 'r J' %
-. ,! 1.-: .i' Gravelle .The different churches of the city c' 'J ...... . '.. ,
' +4'r e' s i and, a'year Tie woman who ia lovely in face, form "; '- . ;ic--: :'- :
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ago the sixth of this month,dated Nov. 'observed;Qhelstmaswith.appropriate: l sad temper will always have friends, but : ,:_. ,
}:. .!: c> .for It They.t areno:"-blqw ,bards l'bu- will l :be. 28,?stating' that'the"party :was-well, at kervices,.,,Christmas --trees, .etc:, Toe': one who would be attractive most keen : ...J-. .; ; .: .,' =:'r.i. .

: to da :anil honorable s 1. that'timewithgood '"' The were allwel? )rendered'and,thedecorations her health.If: she is weak;sickly and all ; .:......,,." ' 'i':> : -
.\ .: ; ",,/found 'strictly: up- :, ,- .- prospects. I ran down she will be nervous and irrita- : : 9r "
letter is interesting and will be pub wereartfully: ,and.'tsitilyarranged ble.. If she kidney :' : ,
constipation
:; ".'."- Veryinstiincer ?;!All are.treated justly on:;everarticle )j lishedneittyeek.f ; :. ; : 'in;-':each:- instancerVTbe trouble, her :.impure bloodKwin'canse or '_:<,cabin'Wrty-eve,:"and teekaror'accoujmodatloos wish.latgt%for '" '_ !
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\ :. :from_ lie.i&atlest"io!! : J the]greatest: ,The r '*> v churches all.had a good attendance and plmplee.blotobes, skin 'eruptions*and a -: Demising parties. > . -k0S1opiatti
: : ryou''pne ; wretched,complexion. Eleotrie :Bitters '
mother r'
F HIngraham and .his* ,
the general! good will characteristic of rV v
:don't : arlicle.at less ,ihan cost as ; lathe medicine in the world to -
rice best
!.A ( ,: / > :. \ Fq Mrs.:C:'H...Ingraham,.of Erie'Pa;;and Christmas time prevailed -everywhere. regulate '

'i," .:,.t=: ::J(bai t,'.andd. then/sell(you.,thee: ) rest, : of/the> : bil! 'af Miss IWleyYav! 'friend oftIla\ rfamiiJof' The,, Presbyterian"- ..church. ,- .j-,tlbeJd' T< purify stomach the blood., liver It and gives kidneys strong,"nerves and to, r.-. t::

:, ;;-:- antj h D jdper:cent: profit JJverything.is; MinnloIPoU8lIlnD"; are guests at the services both',Saturday and Sunday bright eyes smooth, velvety' skin;rich Twenty.thn feet over all;A vary*< -" '
: ; ". Conolly;, ;Mr.Ingrabam'; is, 'suffering ; complexion. It will make good-look: ..." *,quick day.party,boat with canopy'V s"top
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;< \priced:as low: asTariyxreputable, :Dealer\should; from a'recent'attack of paralysis and evenings; -The3Satn'rday evening intr,charming woman of a raDdoWD'mT&IicL' -! . .i \;Applytoorsddrsss,. '- :*, k. ... v *
\ : services consisted J .of,songs by the children Only 60. cents. Townby Bros', ... '.q,." 4. ::' {'
-' ''t: 'P\ ,,:sell.it'and;;: kinB.thJtJJt9CJc. : .tb ugJiY9UwiJ"f ; : ) ) (U spending v'the.,order.;winter'thai'In,our :landofjauttsnine recitations);games;stories by the drag sure. -8ii i 47rodeetwfs!' \-.v_' :: t..W.B..iWSUa-! -..
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., ., '\ :ad their'prices ,at least :-twenty-five-' !:per,,'cent' ou4:.door:'exerci in: e.,, Mr.,:Ingrabamnotes''improvementlinhis he:'may'get pastor'and! 'ice cream"and refreshmeute..Sandai'evenlag'.tbire,. w aaa The MXTBOPOLIS, $tf"a''Jeaf.- : -J. .- '. :o r7':C..MIAMI D. 9A*, .:-;' e ?

;" ,, below'any,other: oue-.intQ'' :They'make, a,$. ?, :: : condition.. } service consisting# of anthems : t.L >
_ _- -. .. --" hie' rrl'a1l Beet. I song < by; fr.,. ,'::: A ; -- ." .
-I ...:"epecialty. of: J ,::0.,0, u..... .since.f,. -*" ____- :> ..:last r1, \ I the choir,songs hy the'c congregation, AUBRXT: a. HUTCHISON. ' f .. t,:.t..1,.... WILUS.''a HT7TOHZSOS' :k' .. ,-

> :; > 'i'ij' -.A;total? cUp e"or,the moon occurred Jo'"bj'Jllu"1'bomp; O. Christmas : -- "' : '' :;! :' ; : :;" =",

; : :.t : : : Monday" night.''the Iitp''af."nightair' readings,.,flute iolo and;. wo.ri. .A. G.JIU1CHESQN&: : .CO.::> '.:. .
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ri S Jn ,. es hangdog-'sort or an expression oil;its '',the'M1ii;.'c h urchl3ootb': there '; 'J; ,Importers r and r Commission- ; 'Merchants,,' ,j ::' ';f-' '.-.J: '7_...,..
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: ,,:: ; ; ,' face: -The:.fact: Jhat a total eclipse of were.united services held between that '- "' j. ; : ; {:" : A. ,

i io, .. ... moon 'c due society:_and the :Baptist'jBOcietyTon l 'FruitS "
\;. 'i ; ,: ,.. ':"> : 0" : the f :was Monday! nightbadbeenoverlookedbymioy. 1 Vegetables.\ :; ;--f
Monday,evening'jThere wss a decorated . ,
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|!; -'. i ;UP'G:| teVJJ iiM'Jui4 i : "'iCliUirenJ., | : They.also/l < ;, : .t moonV;pale ,Jlgbt', all clto';.When put,in the an Christmas tree,;with candies,, 269:.__ Washington-, ;NEW,: ;.Y'ORg.. <-.. :i- ,:'

j ;; ; cbe ades-but errsoles=:: ::. stead e for the :children The servicescoasistedof I / .. tj'c: i'', ti .
l :; &rryt1 !ygr no'p a p : : ; appearance' but in,its : .ppw ; : ( flea-tmt.a .. ,,

; : and;' rices'are !moderate. to astolifsnmgiylow.Ga i a ball of crimson in the kJ'wbicb"hed; : songs, recitations,::etc., "t ; :: .Mai -1 _: :1
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> : : and were: attended and appreciated : ,
\ ;;, no light# some surprised was exhibited. .. .,
,lhem.thb + mUi/protedt you;'Interest. ., The' exhibition# a'JJ,Urge',congregation.. ":The, decorations '
{ :.. '::?-" : : : : -< (was a very interesting '< 1(1Bv THE NEW: PLATnrn .BTYLEs 5 ,
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.., 'well advance their' .; one for short" notice;: For overin :showed' the skill of the ladies of ,. ;
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., "" 'i : iiourthe, face of the mooD'.u entirely these two societies and were icry'pret. ; : ii- _. I .. .-Enlarging. :Tintypes. ..,' : ,;;
= "/ .- ; Tours to lease.yf\ " "
{. r-> .,: >' '*. t.- .- \. covered,,: while,:over 'an hour -passed lily arranged. : :I ; ;, ) :' .

::4 ,;:$ f. : ;.''Jt- :' . _, :. ,< ; .: after the-,woft :mellow.lightappearedat ':; -The'" Christmas iiee-and:entertain- all: ; : ;.}:

t W.il -'BURDINE SON 'tbe'lawer'ilde'before' 'the shadow ir entgiiea". by'the''Flnt Methodist

; ,' baf rut, elf passed off. church on Saturday night to'a crop do U FRED. HAND'S CALLER AVfNU"O. ONE. Ptta[ wsTos. ..
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'n..1 s. . G SCIOLA.ra . I mmediately after his death. The high I; '" At'tc i'f,. ', t ,Nt'; \ :;

:: S. cheek bones and several :Jot her characteristic -j f MBE3' : ., '
: r..I1.; TaaMu TOLD. BEHIND THE CURTAIN. U t,8 /<
Buthaoe f tbs points of the thoroughbred EPIGRAMS OP THE WAR. F \ XJ V l- '

t" t 3 aemlaoWCliaL dian are all present,.letting;no further In Front. '. 'VH !
The following, under the above captt room for doubt. "War is not apicnic.."Hamilton Always Buaktn-"Thit .44. "<. _' :

,, 'j';", : lion, by Charles H. Coe, author of Regardiug'the birthplace of Oaceola Fish. lady old crowbait of your tells company me she last was leading year. : '. : ''... ".itt-1,

r* \ Red Patriots; The Story of the Berninoles -: there is .less, diversity of opinion, but "Suspend judgment.Slgbee'a'me.uge Wocdby Boothe-"So she was.. Awful .l.i. d f't" "

,"just published,appeared l in the more uncertainty. .Some writers claim to Washington. fast walker that woman!" '
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;' "* [1tontgomeryAIa.Adiertlser'ottDe- that the chief'was born on the Talla- "Remember to his fleet.the' Maine."- chley's Literally True.-'Woodby Boothe- \ ; S:::} ?
signal t1"
tombfor 20. It was written in reply to poosariver,)in, :Alabama, in the year '"Dont "What sirrahU-' No .laries yet? ;

{ :; .* statement contained In tbn"Adver '1804;others say on the Chattahoocbee the swear riders.shoot 1"-CoL Wood.to that knave,of a treasurer?" . ..
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"ti tiser's' review of.Mr. Coe's' book ; river,In Qeorgia. Captain Sprague \Vherta i (sadly)-Running to Goods ,<' v: : ' : ': .
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' | That O ceola was'. probably, born. J In ,before. quoted, is amoug the latter. are dytng.-Catt.| Philip. Very Important.Chewitt "All ' : '.' '' :

*: Alabama, and not in 'Georgia,'as the General.Woodward is Just as positiveof "To - with breakfast; let's finish Woodby Boothe says is:, 'Me'Lnd, the -. > 7 ',:-, t : : '

.<- .author claimed. Below is'thertlcle; the exact birthplace of the chief,'as 'em now."-A Yankee gWner to Dewey.: carriage waits/ and yet he told me he 0-. ...'..''".I.. T ..
..: In full: Q. -is I be.I.. U regarding his parentage. He "Shatter is fighting] not writing. played a most Important, p rt." Guyer FROM : -: .

!| 'ir commohly believed ,that the 'says in one of his letters, mentioned Gen.'Corbin to Secretary' of War Alger. _Well maybe the carriage,was hired _

i t ; tarpons'chief:Osceols, the.hero of the i above: "The railroad from "Who would not''gamble for a new by the hour." -

; aim l I SeminoleWarte>i the BOO of an Engj -' to West, 'Point runs within Montgomery five- afar In the flag?"-puckey' O'Neill. Felled Him Flat,-Walker' Barnstorm / : 'J' : "Yt DIf}' u; 4

!: j-r[ 'lish ,trader Imong the Creek Indians, feet, if not over the place; where the rough"Afraid,rider.111 strain ifay guns at long bunt -of"Such enthusiasm, sir, was from the the audience thunder 'U/lW N i 'E i 1

|| namedPowell; by an Indian;mother. cabin stood In :
} which Billy Powell, or I'll clos e"a. :
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Lieut that
range; ]- Wain- was struck all in a heap?: That '
it ;2fothJngJ: breveoir :
Is further-- removed this Yoholo, was 'born. U'WII in an wright. Low 'Comedian-"Ah the egga were JQ.JWp: :

1 If 1' fromthe'truth t ie reasonably proven old field, between_ the Cfauba (now "Don't get beween Ay guns and the hard boiled then?" \ !

:Injroy:recentlytpnbllshBdtlo6kilBedJt ( C cf'Ufaupee) and a little creek that enemy."-Dewey to Prince Henry of The Usual Method.-Dramatist -.t. .'.f'It

hL"- .t. .PatrioU, ; the>Story of the SeminolesTbe /'. the Indians called Catsa Bogah." Germany l "I'm glad you like the burlesque but They carry a complete line of';every thingrequired : .. .. _
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;- ant claim, _as far as myri. 4 :The authenticity of General Wood "I've got them now; they'll never get I'm 'puzzled what name to give it." for ; ( :
home."Schley on rd at Manager (considering)-"Let's lee.Tbere' the Christmas tradeHriclud-1 ** 4jt 7
'aeirc3.'have guf Santiago
disclosed that I ward's. ;
r ; ,- ,. jwhlte '(: statements regarding other harbor, .nothing about a frozen face init. ' **"
,blood: Bowed Osceola's Teinsap- matters has been questioned by various r .is there? Dramatist.( l 111 'x ;
< "There must be no moire l'tjall. Iron surprised iitJMlypiteas
; ',pesred .ln.a euefnht'wrttten, sketch writers It', seems. highly Improbable will break at last."-HoUon Admiral 1 "No. Why?" Manager-"Well,there'
of the Semlaole"War (Notloes of Florr that he could have given any reliable Sampson. 1--- a good name for it-The Frozen -
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'f ;ida lEa the Campaign, Cohen;: 1038),' information. of Osceola's birthplace, "Don't mind me boys go on fight Face.:" \ Fancy ,1'a

; ':;published about oneJJy. ri;after'the'commencement much'I" that he could have designated ing."-Capt. Allen K. Capron. of the One Disilluafonmeat"Itmakes me .! fr
:1 ; ot riders."Take tired when I hear people talking about **
hostilities. The the exact spot.. It was not until rough '

,gossipy'.and' nnreliabla'character'of nearly) 80'years after-the chief, then a that for the Maine!I"-Capt.Sigsbee an actress' life being all rose.leaves. ," ". O'r' E' 'ERY'- 'DEciCR.I'.I'- : 1'0"T7; ; ,!. : :'

this work'It evident' 'from the author's' yeVy'small child had taken up bis residence as he fired,a shot through the discontentedly remarked the'great T. .,!. r.H., ". .?.. ... '. .' .t A.

sUtetBentrin( jhls :prfface.that,.''thi .JnJFjorida! with his mother,thai Ter.ro*. tune tragedleDDe.MThey'd It they ever had to'aing'play another Desde- :t
: Albums'f6h.
book tsp nt to the In' "We will make Spanish the court language : :
9f press less than 10< he attracted public.notice; and it was Hades." mona through the provinces and get t ;;Sets .
;' days from'its being i Jlntund riak more than .Veafs of -Fighting Bob Evans. .. ,. 1 ,
} ; 20 later-lone Tears when war WB.de lared. smothered daily with acorn-shuck pal 't. *r 1* 3 -i -i. :e> -'-tf 4 - = "'_-* **y. _

__ 'T " t The;"story as'not told.s that, oaoeass' after .the chief's, .untimely death-be? '"Excuse me. air, I have to report that low.. Base leaves indeedN.YJonr'! ; ) ''/

"'o1ati'cn.n4f: tli ,' was 'aX Scotchelan, foreGeneral Woodward claimed. to h v ship has been blown up'and la sink- nal. SMOKI'NG :SETSr. : :: : -f' t
: :
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: his grandmbther'ajoiil know much about blm.r' '* Bill Anthony 'c" ( C . ;
:mother were full ,., Ing. of the Maine. POLITENESS OF THE MEXICANS .J .

IndlansV;.bisj father:',wu, of course,;a"b JWben one estimates the true value M I want to make public acknowledgment - .Glove and. HandkercfifeflBoXesy

| iad pscepjatiiraa\ ; .therefore of the a Denl' here that I believe In God, the "My I } ?- ,,
:u4 .l.rafter-bI . ,testimony as to Osce> lady am at your feet."fa the

= vi .. Ocr'. o,t.1 ..one,-ioWt.. .tr.>titf._ .: ola's parentage,his statements regarding -Father' & "-Capt.Philp.( prescribed form of_1utaton'IIr' Mexico 41
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:f .A11 later'accounti". \ ftlU'diDr.tbe: : the hlef'.birthplace would seem ''Expect to take the place as soon u I froma, gentleman who meets a lady, MirrQrS JewekGasejs"x J :
; can mo e. Beenforcements' will not w whereas too ? "
'DltSe4. gentlemen meet they _
to b&n-Uttle
: parentageot ie;bIet evidently . bt. "
reach, Gen. ,,
'. me. Shatter, before San "I kiss hand."'
:
ti originated::from this,source,'although 5Itwill'r '.ueter be known, in all probab1Ut1 tiago.. say A Mexican'will your never WORK BOXES;;: FAW1OXES\ ; Rl f4
permit a lady ,
.
> thensaat f ertfl* fipdei haie,)raduoed ,beyond reasonable doubt.whicb "Don't hamper me with instructions. to 'descend the 'stairs alone; he takes ( lt' ;

: 'vipiitfoni:'1 or igstiace it of the two States,Georgia or Alabama, rm[ not'afraid'of 'the' entire Spanish her;by the hand or offers his armfand = ',

; ''was;:not :J song t before,,thq report<:was Is'entitled to'the' honor of having produCed fleet with my ship,"-CapL Clark,,of the. only takes''leave of her 'at the styes'Often t Collar and <0uifMANICURESETS" Box'$ 41

.cinculate4*-*aai +oeola'is .{wonderful :this "famous native American f Oregon to the board of sfategy.' door. . ; y

ti .ssgacl tt1'Jd)warfare devel
: ae;. ,rider; ; } of-ririooe authors, however, and their strangers lose'their fray;and if they ,. .. I
: ; ; Hohenstadt, Inthe] ,grand duchy of haveja slight knowledge Spanish{ an Eo j. ot' ;-
t"" .v''. he wu thereaiter so'called reputations for accuracy' the present iladleD has selected '.a woman aa its appeal to a.native'U certain,'to bring Brush and ComfrBox 'S tS'?5 .
;. __ by:many., writer is inclined to believe that Oacefy town"clerk. 'courteous.relief. : ; /

_ a s. '"Among those wj0 took op this rumor was.born east of the Cbattaboochee, 'Mlsi'Leonori Jackson,'an American, The 'MexIcan lover calls his sweetheart ' I ; ,,' '-. ," :f.1 ;. :' :' iL. J':::. .-\ :

:1'i) ,jearr and:made.mucb o!.it was among :Creek Indians of Georgia, won the Mendelssohn I stipendium, a "the very'eyes of,me"and If she Papers;; 'Pocket', ,Books;,,,, Son_
,.> 't" :the late General rbomaa'SWoochrard. about the year ISO*. highly esteemed rejects .hlm'he"_ to'" iDc. rentr:2 ;" ;
musical likely say: '
prize, in Berlin '
_ :. S' 'Of idlabicta;Arkinial+tend :Louisiana ,c+:.tf, 'Ci iris H.; COB. '. recently. '' -there is no help bow before you kiss; Spoons, arid FiB i '.Perfume. ;T;..besides :- . "

_ "flt.; +It' DpHi.t: .'letters Jii ttteo, ,h l ibk lel ", \Washington'J D.'C. Mrs.:"Bill", Nye lost some.$8,000, hall your'ieet: and depart" .J thousands of .other: articles;' usefnl-'and:; ..'r-'T '
t tlemtdortnrrtheya: ray' 7c" through the failure of the Even the-'poor laborers rarely 'address "
\; 18 Z-to -.J' First national '. ornamentaL ".t1 .
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r ( 'l'tomeof: 'his gold:f riends'tpabltsned in t r i' {'r bank of Asbtrille,N. C. one another without some'terms S ; > "r- ,?.. '., .

:14, .,,bookytor&in'_Z 1s6l-nnder\,the:.titleBeminjscence s rACCORDING'TO, THE LAW m Ia[ -New Zealand thi,women are 1,enfranchised cf endearment." "Como setae",mI alma?". ; Boy .your '-Cnristmas'. Goods ,eary"ai' ' 4-4)i '- "
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"How ;; :
, zee soul is
f
'w and consequently all \ you my ) a corn L
are enthusiastic
,.' of- -the- OI'Hbbr'K-. -., -.' : 'poll .' in mon form,of address. j get first:: chojce:at" * -J? t' < .-
\ Society the : : .
"r : .oogeIndiaru'J he jHunting .
says .tba',9aceola' ;gamewdtha loaded .
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gun 'An' American : .
capital
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is more political than musical yoang-lady"wru.once < .
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or :
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_ itdsodbt3ameaMo u heldVitt,Corn well n.: ,
Fraternal "
f 1 ,1ti. II' : Accident ,literacy.lira. .: talkiDawlth.aD' old Mexican gentleman I 'TOWNLEY r
'::, = q 1eeh.'a gcdtcbmani'and the association (N.D.), 40 L. R. A. \ BRtS'i:
j., : son-of anEriflisman S. ,C. Doud, of Cato N; Y:,,Goynn' < and she, laughingly;sod something -, r
Bot
constitute ,
.J 437' to ,
: 1t { : iiamed"Powell..GeneralBillJPoweiroe I ., to; : a voluntary. ttl old, has kept'a: diary for more ,about having soma literary work "' '!'Kegisfered.' Pnarmacists't. '!. t--A W ii? :

.; r1 'WdOdwsrd&liosaya, rr )1L; ; ,: :. '"poaure,'.A judgment;l unnecessary danger., than. ,60 jears*; 'As she Is an Intelligentwoman lo do., It,was good' to see the oldie . Hoj, j , "., "f . "
to '
,t{ : =sceoiml'. .'went':with constitute alien from the record is historically complete low's Impi afve''manner as he exclaimed -, Biscayne' iel Bilq'coy./Ave. snit<12th'street- .
> the{time .of rendition is held. in 1a" : Il. '. f I .
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"WorklMtse such
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and'of.nlne. : ,'
lips as .
.1 io1J1 nd .
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hie"uotk"1oGjci 1rf' nan Ta..Votruba:(IOwa),40 L.;R.A. 375, j /, J >< i- "f j? tfi3&i!, r--- ,
w" Louise should never You'. .J
'' mention work.
M.:
V :: yours
fyr kce; bim'wef'atter'that, and have, to:be'rendered only when entered Elroz Of Marshall town ILl ,
&** ; on'thdreoord'oitaecourt Is acting as for two theaters should be a'queen and:wear pearls aa i.
& seen'him 1 press agent
F :Bnea; and requently'mrjit ;with Csptain,'party Isaac: merely signed: -and indorsed."Filed and not when." :Ii> Massachusetts,..and believed to be beautiful- as thOle' ':, 'incased" in your' y"lovely Gr''fi: ifll l f j
? ,
'' only woman lathe. :
occupy TALK :
'i{ 'n 1" ".inQ IIcDea bide& bhia The use of a buzfriiaw r.by a cashier country (
fe .' . Yf ,.,' . ai ing such.a positions .. ; ,
*'* ;a"prisoner ln 1818,and ha was,then but> w off blocks from board for his own A It" r r . : / J .... S4- Y'
_ : " ; use is'held; In He .;TS.'Preferred Masonic /; .tangtry'has.announced here. ,rettirement : oeI ,. .'I' , I . : . \
r ,
lad.
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{ a tff4ts:* di Mutual Accident. association; i, from, the stage, ,It:Is salt : ? ABOUT.p'h . -' ,I ; .
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F.fteel. 7e&n before'General .Woodney ; ; n that her horse,The Merman won$200.' : : < ::; -
Mien.)'40.L.;-B. A. 444; not\ cfcnstltute "' : : :::f : ; ;: /:<>"' .
waid's'tetters' : waewrlttea, McBeb: 000 at therecent Newmarket races in ; ,
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IrJ'f.
of,his . : fl.J. .
'tirexpotwtre' ontsida .P tys- < .
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,. ; S DcI)I&II atatUD; heir: tan, ferted oocupation. "f England. '\ '7Y. ' ? J r
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ti/b: ;, : : : S ..:Constance Ingalls,'dangh'ter'of.John 11ii! : :
.
: thatOsoeo1ayf ',A",purchase: of,lands on;behalf of ? .
;: .tb r\iihuj :Ingalls; of Kansas'has decided to become : .e<
a half-breed, an4 .syndicate'by real estate agents who are '
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fi x Hhlt the',runior- to'his btu the II- 'members of it and also'to act -deaconess In the'Pro tan t '(Itabllshed. WI.)', L kRQCfJ14SGROCERu1
son aeagentsof Episcopal church.', Her duties ,Will "*rf:* V.- .,, .. f,. -J. fi, ,_, '. :
::cfan: doubt .the Ddor.'is,held 'in ,resemble t :
Eogiisninanjno; < originated Ferguson ; those ;of the sisters of CnAo. riSALULlv' 3 oSvOUn
':from the fact that his mother married >Ooocb;;(*),!40 L:'A'234nnenforct- .lathe Catholic church,barrwg the charity -' :

:. inn named Powell af tec;the death of 'able against. 'the other members" of the' of celibacy. :,". '. /, "_'. vows, -PROPRIETORS" '; *.. ," .: r "'}. : : 'i
the .tfie :, syndicate \;, t'f\ 1',: \ \ > r

.I .'. toy's ptiiq oiiKT.v :JfT Bpraga f";apthortit[ r ' Flagrant.:disregard..by water company ; &h.'p FASHIONS- 'ABRO. D. Cocoaoot(Grove. Me, County, i 1i
; ,of Its'obligation' furnish .Ilea '. t r 7 '. -.. f t .
r S r: f ,Origin,PI'ojtftll.'an41,. Conclusion' .and wholesome water;and the furnishing : I ;:whmtpue printed in gold figures lLORIDA'.' ,' -_' " 4(1(

_ 't ',the ;Florida 'War "poUUhed in 1847; :,of 'water 'which' endangers i the; 'as Vests hr silken costumes , . . . .lirpYisions

1 'says ..thai Osceola'a-mothtr moYea:to 'nealtiTand lives ofthe, people notwith /'Petunia;:;; coldred flowers 'are fashion> Located on tea Shore of BUc ju. Sal, . We'arc:cateringto/thet; rod pfcsthe (am1F'ht"of: : .

.l ;the vicinity of theQkeelenoYntwain .'It&JicUnt.mri: traD y.are>held, in ";:able 1nLondoa.tndt'a; ; )1 kinds of'whit The raradiae'oC'8por&lmeJ ,and J'achtameD.&DdJleadqua . South 1" ... Iti
;
i '|n'1866rand; tipt Gong after removed to ,Palestine'' t>tei' &'P.company T*.'P'eitiae w- .'feathersrworni: erect"/'* \, . ',' ra'-of the. Dade Co nfy:71WdUi- Jfsej1ipg: C w j !
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_ :ittie neighbothood'of e" ment N F town :(ez);;4p L.'.B..A.203; to,bi'iufflcient -" :: *,Toll tO-red relict belts were decide Biscayne$ : Yacht" Club. Staple i. '*:. . . . .'. ... ",. . . .:' ..... ,;. .1 ..; ; ; ra :

r ot, ;Ocala,Marion_ County,Tlorida.Osceola .grounds for'"lbtfetti" ig the' franichlsej -S. 1y-:'-prominent atra late r.then ng of: ," Bay- . > ; \;
\ *:* i fashionable in LO'Ud J 1" "
,' :hJmself.rtpQdlated' ,,with( .. -uW *- women ftA ; ; 1Et
:great ..cont theVruQor be-bad I; Tae' 'lackot.;.an;absolute;'unlncum-' i fwhlte'foulard with pink and green GVES'I3rArestated ,- '. .9. :
: ; 'White man1i'iiBDodrBr that i'bered title to the'property in tired by I,designs J..trlmuaed with white lace in tbt'\ ', :and: -- '': -. :1. '..
Ms-Veins "
: ,saying I Vpolicy,declaring thai it hall be' f no.validity'Jmlesathe'lnsurecr ',:section lined with pink and piped on the ;; Comforu'ot. a:Home. : i : 'i
Ito:.n' army offlot osi.one, occasion a ; ; V
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edges" -'t
has :.
' ; an un- th'crf: ;-; .: I ; : 'flP
: y st/lr'o: ,foreign' t04 .1a i.I sinsma . -.,I. oi&cUtlonl.1.1m mb red title is held, "New teagowns.have the t Ureienier: riQi. ; \t .f {: .. l5 'r j'Wi ; : f'- \: .

; pu"b1c:.ast.' ID 'Phoenix. 'Insurance .company,:sa, trout covered with cross ruffles of chif '$2.00 and ; A ; : .i; 1)-1tW'

.Doctor ;Welchf an:JBngUshman. wbb Fuller ( .),' E. B.-A. 408. to be no fon,T e't"or lace and the outer fronts: to ,: .J $pedslTennrpeweek.: upwards Orocer4esfltfj I ; : I.
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st. 4H. .resided. near;-iclbieafUlj ar C'the defense,to the insurer if the'insured has iang loosely'in' an unbroken.' line from" . --I" .' ; .. ,,_ \.. .
; e war;and :who adopted,and'edncated a .an incurable,Interest and the insureraccept -the shoulders < t""l.i. ;. : .c' .,' :I& ,, -, f / ." lit ,, I Li.J. ;.. .1 K ','

x c little >epbevr.of OtceolaY, 'later:'TCnoving ..,< J *and retains the premium.; :, "..,.'So many"of. the' earl yYtctorian!styles ,;--.a.---: ;:. ". '. ' '- > -

', with>bli protege'to' ':.Ehglf! EHOLISH, : 'ROYAL, :",'SALARIES.The . .J".5 that!have S they appeared:Tare dubbed la. 'London the.plncushlon this-season ': Yaunractnre:, >all. J' ., ', That thetrade.cames> ., We,will make.you prices

kbe a,be,mhliib i sTbookJ!irktinf.tQ ; fashions;,.having a'whlts'muslln over 1 kinds sad sizes.of _" ." on )large orders, that must'bring' '.your trade, 'nt you <' L ,

'; w ,his sojourn j io'Atlerta'up? :; ."Jnin dg-' -, ',duchess: Edinburgh brought ,Ink,with %frill at the,hem.In .- Ca '": ; } :" afc anxious; to.'..._. .. .. .rs. .* -.'.-i-ri-d.'li ..-i** : yf
; ailI'baTe .bee n'able olearn, her, husband dowry of$1,500,000 and : 'Lorido"n?men are' o.
wearing a'tnic] :
r of tbecbi ef, Oiceola;, Irpn,;:respectable 1 any annnlty::oL S6,250,k*hich,goes to Vnedeand gtacexglove.In medium; 'fral; 1. ; .CYPr. a ": . .' ; . , ; ;: b,.. .
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,-, .te.me whokoew.hlm from." child!l .,m chlldretathtr. death; ; 7 \\: 'and'a toast color. Parisians at resort .' '., J'. > '. :
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r boode tras'iindoqbtetily- a thoroogh- ''i: The1 qChrtatlanPriaceasLonlse', 'daughters,"Princess .'ire.donning>hlte,'light gray and the e-T: nKSG " .. ; Y :

bred S minbleH! .That';:.Is to fay he wumtuM.WoodedIndian. ,;all have$30,000: andPrincessBeatrice a; yearjind= ::: pileatbiaeultsbadeaforglores. >, : : '. .l.,..:. 'a'V."e'- ,- Money: : .,

: .''r, >V ,.eschliadadotof ; The tttorlte'akirtttrbalaing! ,when ., : .:- ,, t
/ $150,000 : A.,: "; bands are. used is a triple double row '. : : =
'The editor ;
"tbV'm '
of
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tpromlnenl'newiMper'lDtbVfetateatHbe DAY1S&! "
$ ; SOU
Prince .
'- Christian G has$2,500 a year as in-each aide down,the:front seams'to :f. \ .- ,' ; t .
: > . : period, ranger of.Windsor pafkand the'marquia :,within seven-inches,: of the lower edge, : ,- ; $: ":; j" ,Palatka, Fia.Imprpved ." -
', .,. i.It_ < . ie Herald,also testifies Lorne :.vhere. tw-wda tt Which one.of (;lie 'cfitef'( aims "of Ca eful"'men '
"S x_> 1 of $8,000 a' year as governord ; St' turns and.crosses, :the back: I for c Wts1oss,,. ( ', ,1F st .T (H
.: to the iati+ lec61b the issue.of Janu-' Windsor castle. w .3v' ,All';street,dresses.haye'a'small dip a(; You vill, find'our *stockfoveilFaricl!! ,'carefully ur .. "
; a"U,'laee:Dui tollcnra: "lfI. The:dttkepfConnaught has $125,000 ;he back/allowinig the aklrt'to rest . "
roper .., on chased and .
co stantiyJresK, ,. 'fl ,
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fe ; : '. . ,
'to t>bserbat In''Ofteeola)ought ooibe 'Lyuzand his pay a.general is nearly ; ; : / a S LE'i I > J : :; .

:_{t ;t / Called Jewell,as:this.is'only'. :15000.The'duchess brought adowry; FOR!.; ' 'f;: ; \, < \:' 1- ;L fit, :. . : I" :- .."' ;
4 _. THE "
.lit rrs.MA and the 4nV settled tT.SOO_ .. ayeirupon : ", .' .SUPERSTITIOUS.. . ,, <, / :r: ;ir. .' \ : ;,
'a .Caaalae. au - - ----- :' > r .
k' itsuratt Awa !' Usoes : Prompt and Careful Attention
: htr.at
her : "
.anOytbatbe' .bnnlcl! b0dhtln: marriage ; :vJ2 / Pfsnt'"anythtngthatQ'mvt's: 'Hader : ._ : u
.t9Dgutshl&," ';. : '17- ., ;...... whosefinancial The duke otEdlnburg-h."for affalrs.have; instance so often" ; .pound on the dark of the moon!:!' 1" ' : ro, li rty., ,:,. : li i ,
:
:..;' The.nrort OODJtDoIDt."tb; 1Z WenTnada-the subject'.of gossip! ;,had ,snt sovereign in stick :remed1a r chills I..to ).I TEN ACID, all partial! Unprortdjp . ?' : _.. Give Thou Orders
v fi lI!able testimony, however is that of 'an allowance of.t75,000! :at- a of wood a notch for every. fiT. acres set to citrus fruit tree and'"* I t.
a
year on .
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other .
;:hill; blow your breath on it and throw uee" well started;to'frowta': ... t of ,
#, i eorgSCitllnt the. "eiebractpli) ;talking his majority and another $50- Good sfxroom bon,wash and-bath I 'i'S I ,
t into .
.a running stream." .
> 'i J house-supplied wittt bstb -S "
:.uaIadlaportatitsabd f ,bad't:. OOQa; year on.his.marriage,,but Tplun* "f % \ *cistern. ' well IDcJ; ; '
; w O
To *r. 'C Improved :
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,1.itetimi'io ceded this cure warts ; t.them until they .: : ._.: L.. :: .
r :t:traveHDr,and:living at ;arily latter l item on succeeding jjleed 'catch'. .ebkba.bOOleh sad'otber oat-bones.',, ',' .
: to the dochyof the-blood;fn's:handker3hief 8' sontb-w*rt of cocoanut -: ,
'time,among-the-orth'American InVUans SaxeXToburg-Gotha. ,*and drop.i in.the .road. When Grove oa rood road.-',.8e,ool boQM> BRADLEYFERZfILIZERSI : '
'The,uu e ::1.1 Cambridge tas $60.000 > \ one pnarter ol mil from :
; and :who was personally ao- : Someone picka handkerchief ; place. .Good;. : :
: and(Gloucester hovse'rentiret tip"the the 'n lshb rbooda'..-- _'..- ' ,'. _
k 'qual ted with Osceolsr:HetbnacUims -a" year : *rts'>rill lease:/ .p "' -" ".,f '_ acre la-citrus fro It 1. -> \ :' .-":-- tr' ' :' ..

anent hlsfworksi'f"Aft:Ws COB versilion heir trhichT.is;iad egnaltoanother.'although; $15,000: :. jlVwaaonce: belletedtbat'scertaln iI. . trees well started ,two for acres..-.l.cklnc..moek.'lutea&dOWDreA : . "J'4 ''> '.1_Sr'"' ( f_ : ,3 1'1'.; "r 1t "f-1.tf\1 :: ... :,
,
., :the,rangerthip p,of woman,- as bouse.- 'Good well' water. Located WeareMiami j agehtsfor tfie wel I ,
14'eatirel7' "inthrs16wnt( > to'ngae; the Green park; St.:,Jame V Hyde and regarded a WitchVwa*snp- about tbree mlsate walk from school-;x-, ; kpownBradley! '. : . ,
:and bas genetalppearaoceand-!tattoos Blehard park.arealtbgetberwrorth, ':>l edi.to carry.her skin In'a bag.6nder ,loans. On.food road and. in good aelfb-j" W;', ? i 5=. "Remember jnLpurcliasing} '" J"' /'ys:'_-_ f'.
bol'boocJ. .
those of a full and.wild Indian.", ;only $550 year,the residencesSrhlch :;aer arm'1Yhetanpr..he went on one of .- 7or ptrtlcnUra> 'apply J ' : .; ' 'l .* : .
toj .
/ 1cruneannrmisaton.. V r ; $ ; ; .J' ;. .
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If any of mXreiders'still,doubt'thitOsccola7was jfo with,theta;areworth: aconplj'oithDusaad : J% V' ) _,',' .. . .,' ,
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': ; 4.100ID4I.D;isbe7 ': :pounds'yearL While :the ,:bafe Superstitious.-the most .- ;.concerning_, dreams _e ,1 f'1'.f..MORSE :!::' ,:):: .. :. ; -,' <\ : : :;" ; ,:; ': '::.' ;O. ,_; F. ' -'' ': -:', L_, ' 'r
, I,;;d4e.wu'coDUDaJ1deJ'Jii; chief aft well ,intiaencaontheimiginison , sire loaf e.JfLUJI, lLlw '_*e"= ; I ".
wbootd
tstttbaSmfttan}3Ciamf : of -" ., .;. ; : s&3-&W E*&W&lrt ;. :
.ras' 1oDe l of'tJJe"grensdiersi, he drew agednegrpeaC One of the most foiio'io ,/< :, ; :" ; l ,1"rf, : : "M:M. IS '
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wT J1'::;..Jat: and 'examhie aboa", 3Z.ooo.. 11'0' the.wr.',, popular I-that todream? of a'personrho ,., .} ..J./.A N.G.{::ai. ..- ;. :,,. T 1i- 1'J.- :.. 4'of _. n ..:. :. .
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: .et r'." cJJ'f. ka"eu, I, u"1t1 .. r./ It s"dled:during the preceding -'' : "cocoucr. G1iOvs'I't.L- it''* .ir:. : .f, .' :: 0 :;4t ':,':':; .

SM 7; .7JI' '- .g ,'J J' ;months will"brinr rain., : ?* m. 1.3tarLW ; Z kr; OppoSlte"Hofel"BlscavoC fiamr. : .wr4i' ;:i.-L. ,: :.,:_, .
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Fears and apples?Lori *. gree* of epee ice and profit Originaiting Balsing Sagtr"for' & !i sugar content.with "an 11able.aug-"' I!are procured, these will be less danger urally takes'up.the subjeotthese dayi r >

Mr. President and Genttemea ot the from a wild and }worthies "OTtkenV article in your issue of ar content' of 15 percent; ;' or-,iOO of..ttadr being 'caught by early froai. By the time; tide little, talk reaches ""-
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> PLJ 4 Florida State Horticultural {Society: species, the/apple has by s' long period November 30 advocates a Florida cotton ,pounds per,ton of cane. *' Uraan is grown"in, India a* .a winter yon ,,t the> : majority?of window rgacdeits ; .J:,.
'" The subjects which I propose briefly of melioration through cultivation factory on the oo-operatiive plan One acre ,of fair avenge ,cane in crop. 'line seed''ioWn therein October will be eftabidahedan .the.haUle of 3 ).,.
s" Co discuss today are so familiar to and /reprodadt1on from seed, I a moat excellent .. We have Florida will produce 3,000 pound. ,of 'or November and the drop ripens life. or :death; be !fairly o t., Among 'f'

many of you that to discus at ength reached,Jts present degree of perfec- numerous examples of the success of sugar, at present worth 4%' cents per in Itobroary, Juaroh,or April accordIng thosewhocarried'theirplanU! : from "' .:1:
would fault weary your patience don. The trees are slow grower, and these co-operative factories, not only pound, orxsid5' 'per acre.. Allowing' an 'to,. the portion Gf. the country in the chill outer:world to a warm"rooni,t ,. _?. 1.
in the South but in the West alad; equal division between ';farmer and much it is It is said to be -
The pear and apple -which I pmw5e] In some sections hardy long-lived, : grown. ; the result Is probaWy-death, or'somc. .
'i .S f to talk about are the pear acid apple aome/reachlng the age of 100 rears. notably, about Saint-Paul where cooperative t j marmfacturer, gives* 'both.$47,50 per adapted tQ'.1most. an,.soil, from lig-nt thing very like',it; 'aniongrthose'who .4.:'
as seen and known In our own State. '.'e apple can, never reach perfecta factories have been very successful roc. Twenty acres can be easily sandy to heavy;;okays or roams, ap areauly wisely put them In',"a';room 'without "

rfbafl separate them and speak of one thd Florida, :nor will it ever: be- paying fair wages $divi- oa ed for by one industrious man and 'preferring'the' % 'latter, lirfmgiu ,fire, and':left the windows open,;the .r. t,
eta time. come profitable; our summers are too denda.I allow ample time lor as' ''much more prove of some value in parts of,i toe result k probably fort ihe :oppcMtL "

; The pear of today, as produced long and hot. There are other setkxns suggest another business which IspecoCiiarly acreage m.'' .corn,' oaf maaava"andulIt rionthern"States as ''a winter; :crop'and Plants cannot. stand;sudden .and-yio-; I' '
from our own Florida soil owe much whfah are BO much better adapted adapted to successful co ,, compared to any; other staplb oil cover, on lands;:whktn are unsuited lent changes temperature and::drreumtftance ,'7. .
the of the that in operation. By the co-operation of labor -, wheat to the vetcl1. '..:the criouoa '
fi to fits onWter, Who found it in it* wild to growth apple, crop cotton,'tobacco or corn; any more than babies can.Tne 1
abate, uftterfy useless and tat telcat. By my opinion, the fruit growers of Florida and capital the present Income of the augarcane, offers.much larger re clover. It requires 'Only' moderate wite-now lover'examined rv<' .
careful crossing and cultivation+ It is will do well to,let our neighboring our tenners can be very much increased turns in money for less acreage plant- amounts moisture and}is said to.be try plant before she took it In.,to ba l :. f.;
tine for and large'dividends paid on the 'o d, and aboveali and reliable injured 'cJbudy' weatiier snrethere'were
staltes
now one tot the most delicately flavored produce apple, except a sure crop by prolonged' no insects.oaxit.'revadng : : .\\t''f
and highly prized fruit the}sake of variety. sum invested, producing an article always market. The cost of manufacture or abundant rains, -wtnlohicauseVitttupremaiturely thft''an ounce of,prevention "r- a"

fTbe moat practical and profitabli! I The May and June apple will do in demand, and of which the should not exceed one cent per pounu dourer and'thus ma eriaJ- Is tier;than,a:'pound, of r ure.'%. 'If. \

much better here 'thfeun the late summer United States imports 85 per cent of of sugar.or $>0 per acre leaving a ly affect the yield of coed. \ those who failed. ,"'to, .:do_.this.and now:. <'r.:
cutti' ting and grading. Some varieties-for' or autumn apple. The finest what she consumes-the only article gross profit of JWO 'per sere handled GrAm ,is ODe of the'leguminous_ foe.age find';aphis"" .
t instance the LeCbrrte-are best grown Northern varieties, When brought our farmers can find an unlimited demand ; factories to harvest 1,000 acres crops which has the;'power of absorbing mealy bugs sod.scale; -will prepare; a: v
.Tt upon their native roots; t&erefore we ,here, fail to manure their fruit, often for at home I allude to sugar; each, or'more, per season,' located at ga eous nitrogen fray the pail of Fir-Tree t otrscB.?.infuakm 'and. }#3.,
will raise 4hc LeOoolte from cutthiirs dropping it in July and August. We no country uses more sugar at levi Jacksonville, pakttka St. Augustine; airs thus adding to' the stores' of uttrogeoi dip the=whole plant In,,aIlonlnplt''to- : l"
which are taken in the ordinary primlog find, even in- Georgia some varieties actual cost than the "tropical cane Mew Smyrna, Sanford Tie in the'soil, and though the fact remain rperhiaps five minutes,'the.difficulty "i a'

season ,atooct December; Umbuwfaic& :wthSoh succeed perfectly in the mountains heft" of America; neither Cuba,'Ha- tusrille, and numerous other' railroad of mtrogvu-absoriJuoin by' leguminous will .be:overao ma- :In.case:aft .
F , arecaitifbma the old trees are utterly failing in the southern wall, nor the Philippines can produceand and steamer centers, run oh the .cooperative plants has' not, been well' undersuol the scales h.is'best'to:remove-all you; .t--

'c+;* farlengHhs\ of.*boot twelveInches parts of tote State. deliver sugar at our ports for less plan, would pay large profit until recent years' this baa long Jon can'find before plunging'the .;1L.: '' i.
than The same can be made in''the to ail interested considered ot, the best Indian ,
-farmers, merchants ; you have.red spiders dip the plant its ,
c p&attted in a furrow, covering aU except 1 would recommend for Florida .:
r one or two 'bud*. With proper planting., ODe year old grafted trees. South. Without the export bounty and transportation linear K. E. iiose craps for'soil r nand.improve pin of clear waiter heated to 120 de .? ,
paid by Germany she cannot profita- in Times-Uouon .Wot states that 'a J it fivemtnnta r
; cart these cuttings in Plant thirty feet each way and cultivate & Citizen. ment. over large grees. Let stay. in ,
aona win take root fawnr.b1eI-I wane garden or field crop be- bly sell us sugar; wJflh the present Import portion of India gram is grown_either keep out as long and repeat.;Hot,water i.

three "to seven feet high in. one year. I isween jthe trees., Do not plant the apple duty and "countervailing duty on Gram, Cl ck.Pea or Idaho Pea to check weed; or as green' manure, is one of the florist's friends.. -.
Th se.trees ,axe ready to plant in or, '' tree unless you Intend to cultivate bounty paid sugars" Germany Is shut Gnun idAibo pea, or chick-pea (direr and where ulnas, k the 'main object, I,once knew a most snccessful I tower 'j".:

, ,chord Jibe fottowtng winter. Plant 1 It, It requires a good deal of lime andashea out of American markets. Without a a.rlatJi11'WD.ha.a) been in'cultivation ineastern only enough eed.Is. saved to sow I grower/w bow *,continually;talking ;$
thirty-'.. 'past each 'way, cutting add in:fact, almost any kind bounty paid by the State, beet sugar countries longer than any oth- again the coming season.. I aibout warming her plants' "feet," i Y-
'; back the stalk to. about thirty inches of. well rotted ,cow or stable manure con never oompete w&th cane sugar. er leguminous crop. Its native country Gram .II.&,at.aple-artjcle ,of horse She. nearly' always!)md.;some:pot,in, 'i>

high.. It is'astonishing to observe the Will be found good. Th beat t soil for ,iXo better cane is produced any- is unknown but it is supposed to feed in India 'Tote seed is also.hlgal hiarZ'. rvrateramde.lrysioldl. laatam' :,. ia:'-.

t rapid,,growttn.of .tuzs nwwly set tree the apple. is .the well drained clay, where than in Florida. This I am prepared have originated in Asia Minor. 'It wane rained for fatttemng sheep and;cam.1 would,,take irom'.tbe,:pot,j shake;-the", i
during its fin*year in ttie:orchard or mnb-soiL. The tree should be trained to;mu1i'taLn by unimpeachable of toe plants of the Greeks at the a'here M a. ooSaiderable trade'with earth from 1U Jroots and;ekhsIat-.1 :-

field. Continue every,1dDlter. to prune $Jaw in 0dr State, thin protecting thetrunk testimony. tune .of Homer, and occupied a prominent jungland and other foreign couutrta ter In very, warm wsrter..; ICostsoecesaful -" ?
:; heavily+ cutting away two-third* of from the bat summer sun. This baa been denied and ts still denied place among the .food plants of where the peas are used for the same 'C&U''gr *,:aftea tanking,
)? the.year's* growth leaving the last Apples usually bear' good c rope in by some interested part The die lower classes during the 'time oi purposes.. ,'1'he total amounted In' Watno sand stoat ,the stair'erf ,tte, plant;;

buds on the outside of the tree thus alternate years which: makes it very record, however, has been made, and Is 'I one lioman'Emplie.' ' over 13,000 tons. Itoe average analyses pofur,btilf ng water into the'e.eartlh,and iJ
making a very fine symmetrical head. necessary to ferWllze lithe apple tree. open, to examination.The J-tam Europe it was introduced inconkpaiatively of tihe seed show.that tLey :'own keep'the saucer full'ot-hoi witer '
l At five years old the LeConte pear heavily every winter-say about Jan- analysis Florida cane cut at recent times into 'India about 20.5 per cent crude protein, I recommended plan for' :a window: -
t will commence .to bear, and at seven uary, as it often occurs hat apple orchards random in various places' from Jacksonville wioere it is estimated that there .are JJJ per cei t' fat and '59:4. carbohydrates garden', in'ttiese'.cohunna.some!";twt>'v-' _* ,
"":, year yield 'heavy crops which will die of starvation.. Our farmers 'to Miami in January, 1897, flow over 5,000,000 acres devoted'to its having approximately the com.- years since and'stfll'"think'It-prefer>' ,t

-, .:fpen,,fr+o n June 25th to August '1st, too 'often ,.make.the mistake of pkundjog. and made by Mr. J. P.Murray, shows custoivttUon either alone or as a by-crap paat&oa of the eeda:of t.l e.t1dci'mm.cwy pea abiejto other* devices..,In thisv'Tow.*a* sblewith -< .
fa !our*West 'Florid proharda: ""'l'he apple-trees);wfth; the idea that Florida cane equal to Cuban and superior with wheat Mxt,to the cereals, gram % grown' in .the Noitnenioiiites '.U1e.:aroond.th.'top"I:: "

proper,.time'4o*take1 them, ::.from. 'the Hhey" require nospecial> \; attention or' to iJrraisiana. These analyseswere jorms.tihe largest: part of the, toou Digestion ''uperi luy i advooated:setting:the'pots,1'instead,af, t' '
t trees far s rihapment iswhen" the'; seed ertU1ztng:; published in your .trade. issue of used ,in India. and portions of nut been Dade wJ.tdiUlem"\ but their putting1': in;earth and';,setting the .
,. .{." I Febiuary,1898. *" noimhern Africa and, other ,'in t.show .themto In. iti' :;recam nendstitsell .;
begins *o torn.' Yon only need:to cut The apple requires very little pruning ) Spain iia-ftening quaiibies plaorts; Thisrplan} ;
'- open a few and took at the .:when ; iirfact,. it often suffers'from too Tihe following letter.and analysis' by couutnes:'bordering"'on the MedUeiraiteau. be fully-.as valuable as-'tIhe' seeds o*I .more from ytW"to7ear'onenotlca'he ; .
fi you readily see that the outside, skin rmwh pruning. ,Pruning time with Prof. H. E. Stockbrodge of Lake City .- .ny of the other legumes.lieeidea <' great ?| verstty ofeare demanded' .

has. changed...' the apple,.as with the pear, is in December shows superior results to any yet published Uttusj>lant4s a branching:annual, serving as a Mttiening ,ration ..by.the dafeieat..wrletle:: 'IT 4
ffbe LeConte.;pear k a .good shipperto when the trees are dormant from competent and reliable wibh many upright stems' from the for cattle and sheep the reeds aria each has;'its'own'pot.K i caa be dealt w
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: any anarket"w5rich;can be reached i and'I,warn, against summer prun sources To a sugar planter and manufacturer -: same root .'lbe leaves resemble those dmererut pants of .the plant had .m_ any with':In Its own way;" rml 're!; ;I -
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_. ) in eight or ien-daya- shey' arrive in I ing.The apple tree.k. one which car- they are significant with'I of the vetch, having seven pairs 01nialf uses among tihe mites of Jodia. .The JErom".:'the'?box'''anCcarried;.tjim'where

fine market condition and with our ties,a.great.deal of tap,land summer such cane averaging 20.728 per cent taanets. .These are oblong, soft- green peas are eatten as a 'vegetable. -i: ; :
present cold'storage aysdtet,*theima1 pruningwill cause it':totake dry rot sugar. With a modern mill and factory WJ7.'a1l over, one-half inch long or line meal !is 'used for porndge; and ; : :

> ,be'held off of.the rl ttedoiarket'foe a wh ch_;o?ttenthe results in the death of 370 pounds of pure sugar' per ton iaas, and sharply tooUied on the margins me parched 'peas are used eianer: in waysifToup up her ta'np.mae..saygeta.bverof "
considerable time at:but little cost.; V tree. It matters but{ little wba-t of cane can be turned out allowing ail ihe flowers are borne singly laUie the preparatoon a beverage or in. various sunshine,and"V:child of ,
-. nhe3Keiffer '. ; %*'well possible.losses in the "house" and but sailS of the leaves on'short ataini confecLtons and, candies." The shadow together;:then OM orahe cttb-r: i :
.pea.wb1 kind:of garden oe1d crops you plant "
; .adapted our; ILL&nd clam_ tesub I In your.orchard;"almost anything ex-! a 75 .percent extraction:: about one-half inch long. The pods young plants are eaten as a salad anu I :m t au1fei.U aH ar!! masaed to> '

teed benton the LeConte'u theLeCbnte cept'rice, data-. beat;. rye or barley Prof.' Stockbridge'a Letter. are bladdery, Inflated, from one-haix jomewnie cooked like spiaach; I getter,? all will receive-thec, ; aaiei .,'
'rat'a more vigorous'grower: r dean cultivation:is essential through Capt. B. E. Bose,' Kisslmmee, Fbu:: ur' three-fourths of an inch ,long, ana 'llhe leaves of the gram are. viscid amount of 'water to_the ,deddedslnJury -
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than -1h ,Eetffer: Th ;.KeiCer pear the entire.summer., ..Apples and weeds My Dear Sir-Replying to your lefcter .itneiy.pubescent with.glandular hairs. with a secretion wnjoa containoxalic, Qf.. Jn ports this nnttir'oan t.
j is considered useku'on, Ha.own, roots.IVwtll will.not mix.weU to.profit.-John A. of the 24th inst.., I take pleasure lu iuaJh pod:con a1n.a one,'.or very rarelyuwo dcuuc, and: .rnaJuc; acids,'' ,the first uiUwae'predominaittng. be.regulated:11sre. : 'together. ::U'
ship poi'j rodlt'ftoor':September Kirfcpatrtck; before the tate Horn- Inclosing the 'actual record of came Large seeds, which are wrinkieatmd In India the secretion whole/maaB, win draw toward.r.'.:.aJnelight _
.. to January'1st,' and Its enormous'sire cultural,Society.: polarizations for'the month of November ;bear. a .fanciful resemblance' to a is collected by'means of cloth i .making crooked'staUcs.ana. givi' .
".t ,sail"pretty'ptnkjcheeka; "are a prize.to - \_- ; ;7' ": a 1' > with both red and 'green"'cane. ,ram's, horn, whence the Latin namearietinum. :pared over the:ptoot at. night ana ln'g an"the'jbeantyforfd :? ( "tthbeiutslde, c

#. '. the.fruit.dea.;;;/Tb 1aie:; .'of.:better :Wh'j', < i: The records are'[made from '.two different ."- The'seeds are a.little larger wrung oat in 'the'morning'wbeJi"w.t ,|like"some.. folkVyOT"know.; ,
flavor in December'than September, (., Horses Shy.I'hae.neveraiet"sreteilztary\ fields of cane, and therefore, than those of i the common garden wjbh'dew: Hiersolutuonith>us:obtaineu : ,Of.course..If tke! planVJBtaina..la on'; .

They; too,:'ahorald'be:;gathered!before :_ -'' < ..surgeon show .praofiically i the-average; content pea. to which they,are quite.similar. ss ,used in the preparoitiwn-of' coolirigdrings casboa'ea't.. iii/tbonld'.bellraa'ibtr'1eied .
!. .they are-ripe and'alkwred ripen,ina wbo.knewt3i1" : i about' "cata- of our entire crop. The cane,in question ' This crop:,is cultivated in- :Mexico, '. antialso: : nods '*iie.::a*-:a rlnegar "dailyr'but it'is. 'tdtaiswell'tst

< ;dry,',darkicopitace.. 'When 'thus 'r'act"of',the'eye; *?'-horses: :' I .call Its Is, seed cane,. planted the" last wuiere it','" known ,by the Spanlin .The forage,"is said:to J>e.aotual!> turn,'the;:.pai.a.. 's.i.b; ',.p cked
x '?.i cared: ri-gone;barrel;will, sell'/ for th&t ;. (is an:expreaslreterm.' The week in 'March upon land, which name "("Oarabanza., \}\ is then used poisonous to-horeea oaacconait: of.tncjDcess inwmgtfxaBfr to:keep 'the roots molt; '
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'- more money eveiul.barrels. ; in': Fo able:;is :t. .' J& ;:'::3llddk'aad'VPet;''Florida BWW"aJtecting t-the horses'of,lUiis conn- branch running through' the station inferior .to corn. Qram)has.beeii: tie eat'it, but it often' proves Injurious :;desirable 'the: s lngingone" :" ?s

., "Clands are'wen. ad ted.:.the:two:varietiei tryjitW; :;the'cauie, of>early all, ,Unit farm, is >nofreally bottom land in the introduced into this.country artvarl to'them although to'a leas extent holdingtihrtefpoti.being.the:/ ; : t..o11.IUs ':=
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'jU' .'' Ofpea1"S'.mentfoned.J.' : T:,' *" all'ot'tDe'shyingwhic2tanrgeonafail ;: ; : ordinary.acceptance, of the term ex ous: times since ibM as a substitute than 'to hdtses: However, this' cropT all; ,erimuah of a.,,:.nytt.' t
;. .J '1 would trecbmmend-.fertilising ;to:find ',/reaI.oD'for; -;; //except'' .in cept'that it Is rather more moit'than for coffee,.but It should.be remember not ordinarily grown,as forage ;eo,. ter: ,/kiKJw4ngV-Vwn/ \ < :varieties, ot

., .the. pear'Cow pen>manure' applied :inJanuary. ,' eBenil:;ctnsiednea.';This cataract,isa higher,land further from water would ed that'there.is no, soeh thing as' k ut.for the seeds, and the seeds aioni. plants do beers rn' sunahlne"and Rhlchx
-+ "'. ., :JJC Jreesyari yonngand'ngtP fbrown;growth! ,''of.a. ifnngus.:nature, be. The land is characteristic Florida coffee, subabitute. Various peas and- are used in,India for breeding purpo- in sbade-and fwheq;new;.Tariettoa.arc #
':-" 'bearing_ .;apply:faround the/roots: ;,'say that'spreads;over the'pupil/of the tap sand.,rather: below'than above,theav-'_ beam chicory, or,even :rye flour or **. : added, one:feels a.deal.of;;anadetyiOf .. t
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for"a distance'"ol;,three r to'fire"'feet, downwards.. ;;Ithas"theapparance' of rage quality"and has been under cultivation ;bread 'crumbs,' may be roasted and d Gram has been grown expeniment'a1ly'at :;course:wejaoonj; come-t;under;
carefully-digging''.in(and' mixing.with a sponge' growing away tromp Its hold. for at lefiaf,twenty years, the prepared in.,tM'.same:'manner-a* coffee the'grass garden Washington,;I 'stand.that", Qeranioms, '; Heliotropes r
v the:scil: if JjeaVlng.-.scaUer.broadcast It.Is dimcult,to'see unless strong day natural ''timber growth ot wtnioh was but the'beverage*'has none of:the i). 'C, and" seed bas also''been:dktrib- Eoses and=.tihelike, 'ar.-partial;'. p soa-r, "'.

'Y, And plow'ins .Keep the'land wefl'cultivated light+falls upon:the horse's eye exact mixed pine'and,hard wood.. stiinulaailng qualities of. that', drink ute to, a limited numberror barmierur lhiDe1'iDd ':PtlmroSeP'o1i' ; ,;;
.and* tight.hen it'caq.Wseen plainly The fertilizer 'used Wal 'a basis of and only;resembles'It'in color and:to various:parts,of country Tn 1 still1,
and:;free from:gflusj. weeds_ . : the j i age;Idea,'etc.;prefer shade, but, ,
'f j ?until Julyi'cuitinte;! ;;',bearing-G trees a silent .evidence. .oi<'"the animal's'defective I stable, manure, plowed, under at: the lame extent in 'taste. It can bemused : reports concerning it were.not vwy there are puzzlingqueatton*/alwaysarising' : ;
.Very, ahiilow].'We; .can,;produce\:on eyesight.; :1:have examined horse time.'of planting and one or two .subsequent as an. adnlteantof" cofi'ee.' I S: tetdaho: favorable except''from ''some "part* ot that even.the'i.'writlngVpf "our, k
i. sandy.i+ail from:3 to fiOO bushel per alter_Iwrse; and wlth but two.." .three' applications of.chemicals,cultlvated pea aas"cultivated_" a.t' the Oolo'radVExperimeat'Station : Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho,:amiMontana. noted, floral c anthorfdo'ftot'snniwe1..
"' MR S > ,'.-** > _-S"agwtkm exceptions_ but;t'6bou('fifty I.havefound In' when the ground..was'worked. jn 1895 and 1890. In' the grass garden of &* T tae,fi+he pan1.liar la- '
,': .it}anemtloned.thenOdePrrof'' ;theireyesight"thus affectecLjOfcourse :. The qu and composition Prof .ior:'Cooke .states tiiat ,it '"haj Department .Agrlculture'itdid: cot or"c1'b fll1',experience,.'.la:thr: :

J ] .le;, I willalso., mention that .'it>- :ww.e in some''cases than the,, applications varied on'different demojMtriaite-4' it* .abiBty to make a grow; higher than fronv eight.,to ten1 PatUn6nei'ngia'Or" doUble..It 'llfe1s r.. .
r_.' .; .; ,'dreaded,:,eaerlp6. ; ibont:i ihich'so:.mneli others It grows Just:,like a'cataract rows, whlchj;;'were' subjected to' experimental large growth with plenty of water inches:; and the seed 'production :was rand 1iunahm>3e;" eveai'' these;.hifltyudshe .'

:y ,,has been wrHten, and\.so little'known or:;,cancer;,.at;;first;Just{dtvvntngromInonsly.on'the tests., The average: applies and a fair..gIOWIt.h',1ribl1:. very limit* very moderate.. 'Ttoe: :newspaper re- and(-repays-one's.care ova: .
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w, r.. _vT-wbEg:hopes and+ fcrtBones" and.*fair. prospects- taea ''cract"' Y;1':>! ;Dd,B4Hael|. hundred..pouira'i1 of fertilizer per acre. ily-and '"- ; l'-' : > I havelwatched; it expand on;my, horse oi'(loping,thebe suggestion's meet your apart. and.the plank .six to twelve t.im t'eer at the rate of:MO bushels to in,Co- '
'for profit .J'.V': / f 'U prove most satisfactory1, sa ;
f __ : ..: Arid;aka'gaawthhaa'been4marked; :: Ineven and that Indies in the Its the' 'but'thli is OaL .
'. requirements; assuring you J apart ,rows.; growtii acre, ,very uu .The .Fochaiaa'andIaoxtanas. :
'vrhsb' ans. I osT_ Babies,. HeDotropes+ ,''
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t : yon the short time,of .two;,years. 1 wbufld r1 ;furnish. any ,further In-i indicates tha it*can. be, raised for. averagecopln.Ladle is about 10 bushels .' Pntrih'eoM'plaots> :In .. '
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.'..* -.the"::bl1ghtt'Or.a haveobaerfed.one; : thing rl.\\.t.h formation;;;possible believe me,;moat 8Ibout'one'ceDt'perKpo nd." Jo'the,_acre.and the highest yields .cellar"water ocbmalasnalltsnd have,
"'W.ior the ;
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-, tjwUi stall' yen how to" treat makes.me certain,thaft my.conclualonsvery Stockbridge.., bout rat
truly':.yours, H. E. 30 to,50 pounds of. seed are do not exceed 25 bushels the latter '
; eui'ftbdr"for SWeet Al1W' ; -
=;' :- ,: lwtd' demo;whU'+ .bdlghied ;so.:ai'1OU'cU.co.tosufferJeast ; are,oorrect: shying.,horse|that Sugar Content' of'Sta14oU",::;Cane.Rexi used per.aerie,:;depending.upon whether only when,grown on the best soiia nom, 'Migaooe te,,NasturtiumVand+:\ ; ; .
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;' I have_ aa edhas.'withoutexcep'tion : :...; Sugarcane, : ti it h, sown .in drills,or,! broadcast.In under the most favoraible conditions. nke simple"planW tie,deHgfeta>In the:
._; -j 4 -er your:trees'blighting";;_Stop:'ferial" :been soj:afflicted. Tiever have,I .f ** 4" '; 'Percent. >India. the,largest acreage.is: IntheXortftrwest ..In' common with i other,legnoninoui hous .whenn/thedilfbi'.are'piled: : :out-

>:". hg ?and;oWftttncftr'1-.to're1I: ail- teen X:horse shy.;whose,eyewas'not' I" November 8, J898..r., ._. .17J26 Provinces. where ''the soils crops 'grain,i*dependent on the pres iddei One'most not applyfertilizer'to" v-ry
7grow< ,- ois, Uttla passing: =pot clouded;by/this inexplicable ,growth.' . /.. ..... I :skndOar'to ,o'f'the, -in .the"srU .
'. 7' r W .; Novemrtier'10,4898.. , ;' .24J33 are those West onJhundredltih ence:01: cernain' organisms ;. -a: plant tm1int has'become.establish-'..I;; 4 =
d&llitn'.mm well
4aib' e; :It :;.began'to stody this'our4oms:defect November: 12,::1398..:..,.......:..21.016 merdlan.and' the Climate 'for Its ability absorb nitrogen from % the'ligOid from stablems .:-
; t to>pruhe.away oaf bUghted::. Dc1 i after.*a, lohff;experience in'ibrying:to November IS, 189&........-.....>.?25.983 is mutih;like"that of:New'Mexico and i the:air.and It is possible thai,tihev lac* nun; then mixedwittt-powrlered charcoal,! ;
I :r,. ',in);wlnter.: ]jlly; ,''experience'.hae;been break my horse of shying// I took,him Xovember:17,' 1898.:s.i..t.:....21.035 ... AU'authorities agree that:Hfa of succeas with thus crop in the East b' ; Ainmbnla'wstd is "
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beat goodhM 'A'HOITO ,
1 ":j"il'rummer, pruning fcs'ot"bat.;very jo x many veterinary;surgeons,,.butt;all r.; ,'lS .,........;.;.....t4 better,suited,to'.arid":and semiaridrgiotls 'ernv'States' haa; been doe .to thee ;-'a-b; 'ehestimttiiars"@1.In-nd-, .,.,
=t' :''little table.' I have followed np'.closely said ruins; Ms'' us eidneea. ,I'used.:to November 22,;,)89S.-......._....25 JU8 ;than:;to''h id.bnes_ ,'the clop of!.the'partiCTiiar .tabercle-form potted icrf earth worms.*
: rail uU1et ding plants ;
A all the 'a< ont :
branches being sway.careful whip skid punish him':In;every'way" to November,24,1899..27.10.Ytoramber. ' ._ 'c :; apper'es>itly:.requiring,,a great many Ing bacteria which":.are parasitic upon. toe;part grated;ehestinrt .tonine:6f:: _'
.. >Hghlted;; : 1..t4 break him.oft :but:I:could Dot Now 26, 1898?,..'........23.418t 'i sonny ,days-during:-fate r season1 of this plant. To determine finally .upon water 1 is,ttie rule:;Try'piilatinlrrybwp;
1 *ta..7Better:results are.secured in tikis'point.inrportartfions could.be:made intent'piaazr'leaiesrwirh 's a'

,"' aria -.m size and age in various' parts bis.head. t ajfuspiciorasobject:just. "' "i '* 2H 'X.; Per cent grawing'it'.*iith4Irr1gatkn than without of'soil upon.wbioh this crop;has;;been earners.hair'' :brush;dipped In.:alcohoL; .

fof:my.orcbard,only.ipnmlng them_in. lass a"'person";with\pwr?: eyealght,.will November 8, 1898.*....'....:15.816 although':.makes.a'fair'yield oncomrparaUyelyTdry grown, or pure"en.tures could be secured .Don% use pelts test are too:large:Gray .
i careful to'bdr i: .
winter 'being : '
> upallf try to getV better,focus! 'Ifnaally'oneday'tie'iigha November,10. 1898....%.1898..16.133 "sofls.' If.continued of the organism*..itself' and. .the "ash- ;
,.: bUghted branches; and any,conclusion .happened to 'strike,his Novemberl2. ,:1898....*;V-.....is.no experiments*;with}rtMs. aunt Jin Ihe soil .or"" teed .inoet fated' before 'planting mineral will'desttrtay.sacs.ka: _d1ea,
plant earth Eoavao
V. 4-was,thaVthe 5 ,'winter panning;was the eye right and I saw:the cataract.:The Noremtjer-15,:1893.............18' 83 .West prove that its average yield is'asWghTwsltosl ;.ast'has-been so successfully done l ; Omer <
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,1>', :;moat benerlciai; &Dd.wlt1\, tJ1e'.tree whole thing was plain.to me:then. -1 November" 898..............17.416 ( ::'CJB4med, it 'wfll:;undoobtedly = Iuahe'cate' of the! -.hairy"vetch at theAIbama.Expetiment T'-5-: :
,':;(siiiffered';.J t.';1'hare tried.' various hav8tudled". the matter 'carefully ib: ,: 898'i.....".........18.75' prove-a'ft1 able adfLUOl tai St t1 n.. If :this 'DiPRESSINQ THEy .NEIGHBORS :; J .':
4f" +< 'remedies;fand found ,none to Mac I 'Yr7tW1gsbi''S :tere ,, 1Y'JoY ;4. .
-: ; IIh ee.&DdtJ1 Globe Democrat will'be Nwewber n; 18 8.#...;.....:.18. 33Novembertz4I1898. the lW ,offorage'plaoia:; *_suitable'Tto a oip/11i11 yield! even *25' .bushels' per u
{ J : ,I know of orcSrards,which kT pass- the first;to' anything about this c tdhfae. }.3ri roaiie"oarlstska. 'Thelbaggage .r. '
: : v.ZLOO .
say ; .."......' semlridregions.? .\ r acre..during average season, .it aiilproveai : r
; .. ,i:t2irough.+ pettod ol.bi;;receiv- !ailing-'effect:>_" If,:Anything JIM A'bvcItier26,1898...:.".......21.166 'There, arej: a-Jiumber; ;oi arieties, valuable,addition to.Western delivery,man has' left. ezi'OD ":; s. .;
:a ; 4 tug no attention oor a' : : ; Aer.i< iaine. :samples Ted' ;cane, one ..anwther.in'thecolor. ; forage crops.'on account of the high :
,y f are"h&w;bearing:heavy any;reason 'can:be.advanced.would :455. ,'per. ,cents pr. j'-.average. nine i 'of;:;the seed 'and>length-Jot,sea feeding. value of, Its seeds, bat,until 3&T3.:;,Wigsby (who bats Just rbburnedl' -, t ;
f pswub'tJ1 old 4'Umba-, hill like'W hear of It. -Whetherit is of the from*&e iaountains} -Jmbecllel:;Doot ,__,, ,
; samiple*.green*.' e.I., :003 per cent son,req ulred'for.mabarrty. The forms faHerl and more extended trials ;, L 1 1 6e-.tree:*;;l.n.. .;: f ;J* bari.Mu'a'cruel-blinds: which. ; ; ; '. you nnder and?' &' ''coming back: s
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'* ., sugar;, "average..dgSrteen; samples, haoe':eeDf..cumt in; Spain: been riKw3 we would advise Western .
.,.-, opinion-.and Jnb''doubt.many;: of' yo shutting but.the light'and causing theanimal'tbTook 20.728 j per Jcent Vsugar.: :Z' 11exS;and}the;y thwelst'Jpforinces farmers-to be motions 'of Investingtoo atter.dark f r-'i'.b eih'Erer'., = i.. "

'f $agree' i: i_one' that;what. if root : 'v iorward instead :of ? The)intelllgfenft:e :of''Our ,agri- of,Ink1 .;are:';;liable? .;tO pmveRmoread'agatalrler'to much'money or" devoting too'muchsnd land;Plain. Dealer.. :-:' : .2 s e-r'f". "rCholl ";
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:"at.' _,., .known tpea.t: :Hs-caoie--and sideways,,.affect'Us'"eyes,::or whether cultnral:expeiiment stations?, now ..Amerioan'cn1Itions -to :she"cuWratlonkoiithe Idaho f.., ;--+. ., '6 .. '?.

-., ,Y .'-};cure..'iII",:,:-"would> > fill'l'-a>Ug.book, , ? ." >, It IsJbecatme:of:darkfstellsIcannot.telt : : t. they have begun ,{wm doubtless im than tlee; from*subtropical :India':, ';>..ch. -;..,r. .. -' .- .s. yji ACBDBHEB. :;; < '
; :. -lvtiltaay:: 8CIIDethJagcm.I.&h&t.Jdngof. ; 'Bnt.t'am mire tt is the cause"of prove'.tropical:cane';'In.the:same :ratio I Th'gra'plnnt': ::Is' 'Tery;seaaitire Vt partment of''Agricuiture.: j ;_'o5 once._ o14_ >week_- durnJ&6,
_(,' -' .lnflta.Jwhoae 'imne1. .bi'pa ,um_ t d-= Yll the'shyteg and mnclh' >f.the' stumbling aaidld.hi., German .and t French agri-,cold.'< The-seed'; should
: "-" "J'T'!< "tt'bA1U"rly.C n that now'mV1'"e drivi* ld'n<*- < -. -.. improve the beet. If so, we earlier than_ May 15, or. .1't:1; r's4' Indoor Floriculture. orong tw"Q' ."-the 'romp'3: a
-1 rfle Ui; ,- ow.a d la Sng so unpleasant! and "nu to 110ane"e..la..tg attitudes ' t. I !;i"Otu ., are atletiai.j"e"t :tj
nr v soon expect .see "tropic about the 1st of J''ne. and, ;:Thetmt to tngp4 i. In-' jt Undo
';. oOLr: _. 1o", a very nigh ie Alice Dmocrat-s > > ..an,!average Hof26 r per<,cent:'Uqmme':bt.the'ahaaaGedatOn jrarietles door' aOrknltnr+e"-thatOae's pen nas ,1 ;tib dew ..-eold'yoa tatttr. =_*'.'k'i.li ,. .

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SSf .. ,'.M. Feather17. C. O. Featherty.PnWIshed r garment Is slightly open' at the'throat t.1 i STATE OF FLORIDA. body on a regular, rtl0n but to t sPARKs FROM* -,SIRE --r-tion bill pensioning ex-Coofederate- .

and no fastenings' are visible.down'the"*" secure ,to them if. possible, ';the 'scattered soldiern. The amendment foCowsr: .

'THH ]IIAII IHTROPOLI8f $ front. Islands and small tract of hammocks "That from and after the Pa'of
:: . SMALL NEWSY ITEMS ABOUT! TBLEQBAl'HICi NEWS FEOM ALL
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EVERYTHING IMAGINABLE. many are at this bllt) every' pension! &w nbwoo/
'PAETSlOP THE'WORW. -
K' Many people associate chain armorshirts present( Inhabiting and.cultivating. the stkiute.bboks *
'. S by. .' r shall apply to:every

; :Toe Bay Bhcayne Publishing Co. and'do and mail.wlth medieval times, Clippings of Fiondr 'Tents I The city council .Gainesville have Short Stories of! the:World'* DoingsTolijbyTalegrap inaUd soldier',wldow;minor' (child;. :. r
'-' 1- ' not suppose for a minute that Our State Exchanges decided to have 250.o k.aaJ.magl&olia depending'Relative, the'army nines ''"ziJ '
,i such.suits are made today, but euch Is Carefully trees 'planted, ,'along the principal : la V a all other peulonersa '
:. Miami,'Bade Co., Fla., Dec. 301898. Condensed for Our Busy 4"v \ may: b case.This Is manufactured Condensed Form: '
the mail armor Readers streets this winter. The trees will be .. -I >' ) 4ble/tq. prove their'claims=under'.the, "
;J f by a. firm in Vfalsall, England selected.carefully and will not be paid % a
present pension Jkwi withdut
;regard
,> who, the English Governmentwith for un.tii they have thouvd.. signs of HITCHCOCK SUCCEEDS'BLIThe ;' *< '
.. .i -Telephone girl*. In Vienna, are re- snpply The reward for the. apprehensionand to whether said soldier wa* enlisted Jor s'
"quired to change their dresses and mall chain jackets for use In India conviction' of the Tampa dam life in the spring. This Is' 'a piece of President) today nominated the Federal or Confederate *errlceo: s

-i*wear. a uniform,when oa duty a* the Central and South America,.etc. blowers bee now reached $2,000. The enterprise which will' be commen.1e Secretary Ethan A. Hitchcock;of MlMonri,to'be the Civil War of 18 l5;provided .!* ** }
These mall jackets, wh1 weigh from offered the l>y all the people of Gainesville "ho of the Interior. The:nomination '
?' dirt they brought in from the..street: 1,000[ by Board of Trade those enlisted.in the Confederate er-

,,affect the instrument Their costume 'fifteen to eighteen, pounds are worn was augmented by $500 from the city have any pride whatever in the appearance 'the Senate.was immediately.confirmed'. :by rice shall not draw.any' ek.pemd q: ,
mMr.
,t .darklsklrt' and watat/ v1th sleet ea by army officers 'and' are made of council and $500 from the governor. of the city. prlcfo'the passage .of thtaibl:, ,.
'?strIped'black and yellow, the Austrian : steel rings, three-eighths of an inch in it'It.la i raid the mayor of Ocala Is call- ills M. Robinson has been appointed Hitchcock is at present-Ambassador their,claim; under existing laws shall t't.. .
-, diameter. It takes-'abOut 3,000rings at Pensacola to fill the to Russia. He was. appointed '
of postmaster vacancy ""
V .' J1 _toolor. lag for.donations ten-acre tracts of mAre bgl.and become operative wlthvthe"
Minister
: a L \'-. '. l to make. square foot of armor. land to settlers who will promise to caused by the deaih.of Dr. A. than a year age." and passage'of the bin.** ,* *
SK . '. J. Pollock. r,. Robinson has' when the rank was raised to an Embassy :
long ,
"I boiler cultivate and make substantial. Improvements
;% ,The _of a cleverly-cjpttrncted '
.Kfc- ,small working engine, Ia quarter WhCe a little boy, accompanied bya thereon This Is a move been one, of Pensacola's' leadfng'business he was reappointed. TERESA GONE TO,PIECES./ ',' ".

ponbdootfee.tla the wheels, quarter 'cattle.dog*were proceedrg! J ihrough in the right direction. men and first citizens. It Is said According to mall advices'from'Nissan ,
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,c and.half-pound, tin lids the hlnv I paddock near Dandenong, the dog /The dam of the Consumer's t company hat no appointment could have been AN. ELABORATE BANQUET.. N.-P" the stranded'eruUer"Maria. *
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"ney"an:umbrella top; the steam pipe was attacked By a. huge eagle and that was blown up lately'lit made that would. have,.given .p ter The seventy-ninth annual banquetof Teresa h. brok D In'two just;aft f; : .

c; = raised in the air some. conridcrablebeight. Tampa, will be rebuilt at once and anew satisfaction to .the community at the New England Society was given ;the aft'funnel The forward part;is' }

.: parts .-.The dog strnggied to Jer:1oosed battery of .boIlers and a 400 large or .would do:greater. credit to at the Charleston Hotel In Charleston :fast on th e-reef,but the afterpabab .>.
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: : : to catch the :bythe theRepubllcan.party. on the 22nd. The leading speaker slid Into the "atel"here It He : -
f 0, 'spoke piece of bran lamp, some,gm .managed. eagle horsepower engine will be put in upper *
"r :piping.n-eartrldge end and the screw .bony, part of the, wing, aJlll both place inside of three weeks. This will The man who suggested the "cold of the' erening 'were''Senator completely.,submerged' e9'e '.lr0 16w,

'"' :stopper'of an oil tin. fUto ,the ground, the dog, which give a total of 800 horse power at the wave whistles' is certainly benefactor.of.tbe George F. Hoar of Massachusetts, who :water.: The, weather hasYhy' ,

, .. .' "" weighed'some twenty-five pounds,,,be; dam. State. Without Its warning responded to "Forefathers Day* Senator boisterous and the 'wreck' 1 Is rapidly :.

r. lag tbadly.cut ,about ile oouy and The Interest in rice '' increases growers would never be prepared for John L. McLaurin'of South Caro- breaking to piece un ei'the''b, lows''pf"'
About .m1d. i* the growing'
bait : .
ternoom. lead: as a result of the.attack.The A little the Arctic wave that swoop down tna, .who responded lour ;Coon the' tremendoussurf :that at :{times -
'exercise. day ,
.f time for gentle outdoor Ear every encouragement "
< muchto bird was killed by !K 11"ith a from the direction would from the North "like, a. wolf on the try and the Hon-!Joseph B. Gumming iwaflow*irbut of:slght.71 j' -***
:Jy morning exercise Is aa be proper ,
stroke of a stick and measured seven the of ford.**. Florida like a coquette, always of Georgia, who:responded' to , ",' ..- -' : .
:a be avoided.as early,mental or physical ensure planting between two :!
labor r,'becaase'at that time vitality isit'ita'3oweat'ebb feet! from tip .to tip across the \\IDP.MeJbOarn. and three thousand acre in rice In smiles brightest just ,before 'a ;The Mayflower.: The bacgttietamost : : POWDER;\GAZINE"'EXPLODEa:;. -
Australia elaborate and brOknt'.function, A dispatch>from -
and .it needs stimulation" ( ) Leader. this county. It ii the surest and one freeze, but the warning blasts gife and Shanghafrto'a *;
; there : ?*
the chance to much were seated'at the'tables newspaper 10'London says: .
a save powder
growers ;
S. of the best the farmer
further HIi can .
than crop.
rather taxing grow.
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I ; ODe hundred guests Senator,Hoar's situated In ''b
from the -cruel frost. The weather magazine the center of jthe'Chinese "
bone exercise should : the school it Chalis- -Brooks Ule Register.
,but the gentlest. professional address historical '
bureau I 1& a public benefactor and the was largely of a oa- .camp t-iraag'Cbow expTodcd : <:"
." Textile and .
'be"takenuntil the exhausted Meudon the Industrie .states Orange gathering shipping Is
r system'has' tile, and touched but. '- '
slightly yell : ,
whistles a ? if"hbuses.
have'nowto the at warning come like a special upon squarermll .< ;
with abundant hat spiders spin for progressing'eprdly Brownville. '
'beeaaupplied
>rovidence.-Oxford cor.,TiD. -Union. the issues of the present day. It I* estimated,thai:three:thbuand.; :,
. balloonwhich used Two important sales were made
u nourishment.r benefit of,the are, last -
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wldlers ;
and Citizen. were?: killedIociading :the '
71,: : II for scientific and,.miKtory;researches. week, one by W. G. Gay who hr .reported BRIDAL PARTY IN FLORIDA ;> -
: Is the.skin 'Prof. C. B. Moore. and_party of Ph% t general eomm ";.the force*.'.:The.
x lit,anything, desired for The.spiders are grouped In dozens before to have received 91,000 for his Charles Christian Beery, 'a wealthy American
.of the body aaldefrom,Us natural per- a reel, which with raws th( eU- crop of fruit and the other.by C. ,C.; adelpbla,.who left Palatka In .Novem coat operator of Charleston W. Va, &'and;French* ;;.mnsions"tare"both" '

.inure,,there:is.a a.refreshing and'Invlg: cateUhreads.1-One spider can'give a Pearce who sold his crop of 600 boxeson her l In ,the steamer,Alligator for the and Miaa Bessie 'Kate,.,,the:-oldest reported' ;:to'have been 'damaged. '.

orating:;preparation '}.which can easily thre' .from: twenty to fortiyard.'tneo.gt the trees at $2.15 per box. headwaters- 'of' the. St. John. for the daughter of Governor Atkinson;were. but.lt Is'said'theTe'were'no fatalitle.'

be made at home and rnbbed,npon:the ;-after-which,performance, .it 'Is .(The'Bartow Courier-Inlormadt say purpose of digging Indian .mounds: married at the Execn tire Mansloni'The imong'tha'lmericaos... :;. : :;.=: .

"body aJter the dally,bath.y Buy of andrnggUt.five released.. The::threads rare of pinkish at a ,rough guess the, orange,crop.'of for i relics, returned ''a_;few_ days. .'ago, bride and groom left;for Florida;rand. :.RAILWAY":COLLISION;; V';;1. *

: ::centa* worth eacb o ot hue,:sod. are washed to remove the Polk county will bring $10,000 'to $ O- heir hip being unsuccessful, as,the wtl: :spend a month.lathe _Southr Two' (tbefast texprejv is.InaofthiPeoosyvan
-. ,lavender.'and camphor. snare 000 to the this and water was too low:t 'rosemary;ire sticky layer. Eight threads growers year next Road came Into colision >
:t nt'these\herbt\iii; a\scawt ;.pint ;of hare to be combined. The resulting It should be four or five times *alarge. into Lake.WaahlDgto, .;'Mr Moore STICKS TO THE ARMY. .' at/Colpnia,/ ,- a smaH station)/tla,,'.
and partyileftiSaturday: Co;:J. R. Campbell of the Ninth' /
,whHe:rmegarvand| let the mixturestandovernight texture>much lighter thao ordinary .. In, Orange county It 'Is,said for Philadelphia , ? Illinois New"Jersey, jait beyond Rahway.pCh- -

;;; ,, n the. morning silk of;the;same bulk, and strong' there,, ought to' be about ,the 'same ,wherethey: will remain until 'after regiment of Volunteers! and who early: Washington, ..: going,at.
express.
1 strain. -and' .bote the'liquid. for use., cords for. military balloons can nodoubt' amount,'poaibl'y' ,,a little less, ,the holidays, .wJ'eo.th 1;.will, go ,to 'representsrthe,Twentieth;WOO.. .district the.rate;of.fo 1aa >uicrash: *

i' ;.- ? ''L .... t be obtained. In this' way.Whtts' The Florida conference of.the Methodist Mobile and explore the, Gulf, coast:;in In Congress, announced today: d" into the rear.-, fthe'Pittsbnrg. **?'.
that .
.Let me. detail a very :charming ,be steamer Gopher.which Is waitingfor helms going to'Cuba wlth' h1a'reg
church South in ,
: .'. : session at I'ljer.a Chicago and New!'fork:tralo, ? A
: birthday fromVhtch; ,there has .J'f them. there.'. iment regardeaof.. what:Congress :
usage -. t 1 Gainesville. last week !t. composed'of' : ieariag the, ream: :car.intp: kindling1;
-'4 t been no departure for. centuries. .id,the "African Guineas.IjiSVxrseveral' 12ft minister*and 24 laymen.-: There Alexander .M. .Smith, agentat,Arcadia may do in reference '.to_.his right',to wood.killing.:two pereooi'andbadiy, ; :
; Rotfiacliidfaniily.,: VVith.,the, Both- we| a and.. ', for the-Florida Southern Railroad retain his seat'In the House and (the *' ;
11.; '" t years have kept a re. 107 pastoral 'charge 3feS ;organized ; ;injuring fear other*,i : " JL": ; '
.child-jt.; 'U;:the cuatom,to purchase Bock 'of'White African wasarrested ::t.week same time hold his commission'the '
guineas upon 'churches, 'with a membership one day ;A, heavy fog.prevailed.a tether: time,, *", ;
: .. six' pearls. each.costing;4500,. on,.the the l farm ,and like,*them .very much. of 21,225. This Includes all of tie >n awarrint, .for the'J:ged..riolatlon army : :.v "- and'the, ',.Plttsburg"Flyer'was going' "-

l birth' of each baby;:glrIOi each birthday They/:are more docile than the pearl State but West Florida, which'belongsto of Chapter 4205 of the laws. Florida. Colonel Campbell J says.h/las, !! 'no klowly;! ,';whUethefenginedtriver.was:! ; *

alx additional'pearli" added tothevorlgipai and:;spotted.,guineasInearlyspringThey [ Aiabame >: Edward H. Walker, of the firm of.Walker idea''Congressman''Bailey::,has]any i ;115- endeavoring to read!. ,the. signals// ape 'A- "
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.i 'purchaser-. :, 'that'whenthejvoung.lady lay in tie.hen'hbuse in the same .C.'T.,McCrlmomns hag closed a contract = Broi,. large, orange buyers; who reellng-. against him;'aa":; 'they were" engine t '&1ver,;oLrthe WashingtonEx-: "" f; !

.4 : makes' Jl ier ,debut .In n-dt*:wltb-:thetdhiekens4a! $,_become "with George L. Babcock to furnish made the:;affidavit upon which the good** friends'ln
;r a' society.a:caskej;of_magnificent" u pearh.Is so tame that tbd eggs,may!be,removed him with.,5,000 cords of four-foot warrant waa Issued"alleges that Smith ..: I haw done what J regarded as my -

.presented' :her.-" .. i; wtthtotrt/their: leaving tihe nestS 5Ve wood,\to be'shipped'.to Cuba. This.is refused, ,, accept"!freight;.billed:over duty said Colonel Campbell,:,"and t. .'i-:FIBEI -; ASHINGT0.1."iJ f. ''f1JI; 'f .
.. ; : ,7-t ;; 'heard'the will let the matter resT there and.with ; .:,,
bare often ,people who:think the:'first-opening of theCnban trade the .Jacks nTamp., ;and .Key '
iiatead'' I fFire,.*bleh broke' ; '; -
J. .Glass?Is,now often rased ol : th House. '.I hare criticisms '
know-a11 railroad from Sanford nt> topass
they: about guineas.y.tha iJir ugh the'pOrt of Miami. Mr. Babcock"ha3 Weal, .; :iMri: morning, t)15d tr Oil&aa't: | *
,4 gold as'V material,for:Titling;decayed ; 'upon Its probable'aet oa.l9 ,4- i : ; 1 I
belremoved neaIsj nndeia bood'ol.l1ooto
: from the Smith
egge-must : .a1 large contract :to supply was placed :Senor Carios
occupied by ,.Don 3lorlaY
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.I i leas '
,{ teeth.. It liltar .coaaplcnon.'than - -P I i --f. nrvvithoatthe .c. Colonel U'Sreglm'Dt'wLI -_
use of tne.nana's,, In before the committing go
that'ta' tbeUroops j Cuba with wood.-Florida appear magistrate VtCom ; 'the Gait
Washington
- the yellow nutil. courseIf la not ; talking them-,out'."with: bra preliminary( examination. to Cuba (within the next ten:days: '' ? l} . "
d r t but-is by : a:.spoon" or .,Star. .. u" Minister, at:the coriae/or Connecticut! ;
ordinary" ass, ; prepared by
patented; which reri- rolling;: them''away: hasticlcbutas :; ;f ;The> Tropical Fiber Company of Much of, the ;land ,around;Citrat FOR':RUSSIA'S D DEAD. 'f' a eDUe-sod NjitreetJThe :roof and. "y

'/1 ,_some den it DeW loft and'malleable.process< Glass;:too ,we.have,kept botat.pearland< ;wolteon Sanford is at workin.earnest and has very fertile and exceptionally produc The Ruaslan Duke Nl hota who;arrived top iaiof7:were, ; tr91e ,"-d'.the' v_ .'

f f.i ,will soon .be eiteaalvelyused for; < ;;:we have:come to":the,oonclualoii: upward of,100: men employea.: The it've.A', Illustration of this,'E.' L. 'in Constantinople :'"on board .a furniture of ..,;-whole' house:,was,
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,'t: chureh'beDs.; : "It.;; uI $atougheiu t 'so that.thatatory; is.a: ,'myth,; aswe'(; always" working up the.palmettd fiber'into' Waitm l n-hu one block of six(aerea' Ra8atan".steamer: unrelled' .at :Galatana ruined, :.-by/the 'smoke'and.';water%''entailing -, ,._... ,
t: picked th. In'theusual, ; way useful household articles has from which he thin year wear ;
up ; made haji gathered .r San .Stefanio; where aiou'of'i10,000> *: -
that;there.U no risk of,it cracking, > : on ; ; v
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i,:i and the tone is'said'.to'be Besot d anythlagyet'tnientedec and ''never had .them;ad> p',>esta on the,enterprise l of this;company'an Important aa ['foilows.' Thirty-five bushels ;of March'3,'',1878,: was.signed: thV'treaty The''Minister: and)h1i family reacaped -: )0. .

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\ : But ve, areerj ':certain;: thatithe um1ng.of a full. !working r e ions of syrup,.and 10 boshela.,of.Irish Turkish war,'a monumeat to the Russian of-the'twelve-year-old son,'Carlos, but -"a s

_ l:. ,ao "._ : .:'* wnhe>ones.:are/more eaadly handled at' ':the;;,Plant System. shops. give the potatoes:' From another:;six.acres-;heha soldiers who fell In
'every//:housekeeper; knows JYe.do,: rift let;the;.guinea-heni;raise .town.a.'busy: : and wideawake appearante .'gathered.150"bushe1a;, and_ .one The't1 YeIang"'wu accompanied 'with the: inmates were.nnable, .toTseetire' 1 fid

that In'cleaning,:paint It is'necessary the young-.bat:sets tke;el'" de.r..a ''. peck;'0.1ooopcUDds, of cleanedrice.MWartmann much-ceremony and'a military:parade, Wng; and;were.compelled to.hurry '! -

: to'-use'extreme.care:m.orde'ti: +,not 'to7lnjuie ahlcken;hens; In t,way.the beooinevs'hilegnlte > O'JVJ. r ,.blacksmith, a former 'hasmuehmoreaudthatwlalprodnee ; it'whlch''repreaentattyes'of'all'.the' ;\ out>In theiroight rob/ . L. :f k

'I; The;:following:direction;, teone : small_and never.for Palatkan but now in the employ,of!the : : .as.well. Besides Balkan States ,eIe present. : .: .'-'t :\. -.' '

t. strictly:followed: ,:wilt' result.In clean,I! get.aa U."6._Government at Manzanillo, CuLd, being 'a euccesaful'orange'grower',he i c "". .1 ',** ;*. t.CaptaluCeoeial RACE.RI : :_. :' ..

:, ':<. bright woodwork] ;At first. the room a.guinea,hen win' surpass mailed. Mrs. W.,>A. Livingston thiicitythree.largd is'one;: ..of'the.1 first mercha '.bithe, SOON TO LEAVE:: *T ;A crowd,T>f_several,tholftand; whlteV -7 l". "

1 'should\ ;be.;:ducted -.-.carefully': 'with' .a 'toy:.:breed :of.cnickeaa-, :tlha.t we; have ; ,and' very.beautifulsilk place:: . -. ; ' Castellanos has:Informed and''black*" gathered ..by;;the.''burnlngi :.

V' palnter'a brQahJ litwhttepaint, Is 'to.be'cleaned ever kept as' a summer,layer;.acid only 'handkerchiefs' ;::'. .which::arrived ;Wblle',workmen:were engaged tearing Br1g1dlee.GiaeiaFCou'_ }thai of a;saloon.boildlDg:became invblyed. tIn

.: ; take a'pailf ul o'f lukewarm one. or:two, hens'will_.produce r.the here\;'ort;Thur8day' : ,The"design':;and away a portion of.the'Baya .buildIng the, eTacaatk"Of ''Harana'would:;be a;race riot in Dallas.. Texas,and.before , .f :

::K,,'s "w ,aud add'';tabrespo ofu1'of,ammonia > egp..Lh&t'one.Vm'. ;Dare to eat:, color ,.of ;each' ref) :different. ;;.,anJ ,:>(corner,' of.;:Bay andvNewnan complete on'or before ,January:1, the battle was'ended two persoOs4 "'

r'.d4 ; 'and'a: small piece of.whitening. ,tPor! .caking:purposes, the'.eggsare; would d be worth several dollars each In star;: -fifteen, Enfleld rifles were next. Fourteen transports'are due'U had'been'killed, flve 'were-serlouijw' "..1.-

Dark paint or:walnut :furnishings y'eryrlch;; ;:and it:is said ihaitv:many. this,market. :The'souvenirs are'muen. 'found,.stored:away In a },Corner of a arrive from Spain during the .next-ten wounded'and: .a dozen others _slightly, .

,'.should' never'bev;washed,. rbUr.tho: fine.cook* prefer'them to any or6her t' appreciated.Palatka: Advertiser/;; coast. The rifles were sent here dating days., There are sixteen 'thousand Iqjored.. +!ln addiUonrtone'r; .IC.f,. ,>(

"onghly'rabbed'wi'thainseed: : 'o&..ci TVe-sefl 'them :on 'the 'market : the. '" Messrs.'Larsen. and'Hansea:have an the'Civil_ -War,' and General WillIam Spanish troops'still In Havana and:Itaeorlrons dead:oa;;the sidewalk.dnrfog the fire..
same_as otihercgga:when:we bare+ acre and. "'half. ,In : < and V;:woman, fataRy. injured In :
5poHshed: with a pieceof soft silk, any' a celery-on their Baya had charge of them. At the but the last few thousand :

: t- *- ,.. vV": /' _" ,r. a"7 surpliM.' ._ .? truck farm QO, Cypress Island,:containing close the war he turned over to the will embark'simultaneously.. ..This information jumping from a ibidow. -o :the barr -J"

a" The area of;the;ore fields of-tin.tJ1 .Asi',au tabled;font! .they ,are. delicious.Tke..meet.of : : ;4 ,OQO;. Pta t,. The: .crop la a State1; ,aU?Oovernmentl;/:property:remaining waa'particularlyagreeableto Ing7 .bnlldlngj' J.* . ..: '"" ) :. '

&:: 'rececrtly been.examined.. ',The' extent the whtte ones. .1&:not month earlier thaw vast year.'.and theyexpect ;;in his' :possession;',. '.,.hethoughtYbua th 'Americans,1 because all Spanish t.' JL'SWORD AS"-AXMASSODTTV-f v t_ ; '

'>% "'surprisingly JsmaU.."TO'show.tthla'the'arearmaybe.compued'wlththat nearly.W dark as_ .the'pWl' 'but. _eiiner : to, begin. .shlpping'ln.?; February $ this proved -not to'be so, troops who remain here after January ., :A,'tb uADd- n; grad "and .silver-* ; ._

r.r : variety; makes'aa good, a dish as-any Besides.celery-.they; /three I a i the find-of yesterday showed.- The 1'win have to be protected.., A : sword '
made Cincinnati
mounted ,, In ,
.1-n.4 .thegoldfield; ;:of the_ :,world. 'The one.could,'desire.rrmer :Tribime.Bugs acres In beans, tomatoes, etc., none of I guns'are-'nbw'in,the countyarmory; :1Yaj.. nU:.'Harrison, with a detachment Was'sent by "from:Cincinnati-:; .:a;

', Utter are.over,13times( ;the extent of . \' which, on accooot;of their'-water peatectlon'were having*''J>een.;turned;;.over--'to.:'MajorGqmblnger of theFlnit; ' North'CaipMna 'to .Chattanooga express to be presented'" ;tai, .. -
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':1. ; .thetin.fields.The"greae aonrcels"ln, I '* ..Versus Carpet : lor:the least'touched'by-.: by:General Baya.'Times-,. regiment raised"the Stars"and Stripes GenlH \y.'Boyntona; ,,tie'.Christmaa, '. Y

the ,East Indies;. the Stralts". .settleinenbi'The " . ', the late frosts -Klslmmee Gazette. Unloads Citizen. < ir over: Fort Atares,. In;fuU''sigh&f.'t1, thit 'that .
.4 : ;: In rngs versus darpdbs, rugs;conttnue :' gift of the cHIzens of elly..to h .
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.j : Cornfsh'tlrq'mine- InJEng-. :.to gnow'la'lavor: 'from.I'aspeots :Many of :the citlzemryof'KeyWesare.complalnJny, ; : t Whets;:.It:cornea.'to"thegrowlng'p|\ wreek'otheUnited; State" batteshjp officer;; in'testknony;of..their,.high appreciation ,

(1' land,'while. yeryj much,smaller' than sanitary,:economfe..aid aeathetic... .:A ;that whkky' 'is,being sugar'caneMr.,: 'J: M:, Fruer, f'I Maine ;:Major,Harrison, as:provost.of ehls'ate services,at Camp ; '

; ; the laJt1.oXBatx; ;sBiiae;;,occupy1;a. carpet;held;ln;l>lace,L by''heavy book-- sold"to; their,chlldreri. in.;;the, coffee, ham:Is bne,'of the most successful the Seventh'corps-b'eharged; ;to:;preserve Thomason.t'beChisiwtatinga, 4 ='buttesh" ,
seems shops and that t, they;;rt taught al ountyj. ,And '!e'dld: has1iua.to: order Cerro;'Atarec and Jesus '' - '
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lmportinC.plow-YtIFwpuld tne>
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; t: fevers : .eaBes,:caib&eiteeidefboards, and : spfbitth , field. ..; "
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in ,
'as";If;the.rapid:.reduction Cinprices.of' ;oanaot,be'taken up end ahaJcen manner of.'&gambling; ';.these.: ia; take his word for this, for he'broughtkt' del Monte,<' suburbs, ofHavana--Two r ? Ji

2 : \;aluminum.Jnlgbi f go. to _dlmlalsh.the. at will;and::dust and'microbes rtt variDtks Steps.hi y .;been 'takeU'to. bring the us'this'weeta'sampe'of cane grown companies of the: Second,IUi oisrig-: l.JUDGE :DAY" > o: ,-
: future.. : 'dfeadecafo'justice.; . ':him1 ;-that is"equai: :to UveT iment and two-of the First North-Carolina ;
;. \ ,oe t '' h. I 'for.iilalf:a year or. none .F Copt:Jim"M'Kay'ot, HUsborocoun-; Some,:of.:theta. contained as;.many:aa21'matured are"doing' guard. duty'.' \ peace.:--comtnlsaion '.aOc..Mrs.. iDayreached'their ; "t'io
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the most precious sword Jn : : ty/.el1ly'Unlt States marshal l for ; ,'joints ,and' Perhaps ,
; Rngqt can Tbe frequenttJy l'elDiyed.and; RELEASED FROM JAIL>;j '& Canton home |l time to:- ,',,
1existense;,.> vthat{ot. ,Gaekwaf.9l3oradL takest;'and;the 'floor''wiped clean.:underneetfa. ,toes: southern,district- ':-ofF1oridag. ,/has ength:1 'But. this h'nbt::U-- ThomastTinsley- ; a.New+Yorkcmilllooairev -, takeCtirlstnaaa.dlntxr'wlthttie'funsty. : -:
'hilt and :Incrust ,to.Havana. ',to"| a sume"the responalble also measured f uiIDChew: In:circumference
; : .1U "belt are .: A cai iet:grows.slhabby:and they, ,who w'bee.u In jaDln Houston .", ?Ihey.!arrivedatliO:15: ;Christmas:;
':ediwlth',diamonds,'robiea: 'rand emery .loses'Its value: A ruglot-tJhe'genratnePeraian .;posl tion;t transportation: ,;thustshowiagthatTthelrgreatnesi.wai ,Texas 'for twenty-two'mooths.or morndflg,-.over the Pennsylv'anlaRr11-: '. ,

&"*d \is.valoed at:( _' The' :or'Turkish.,gains'in::valuelandridhness agent for Jtte United States!under' the ,not";altogether
: Shah of.Persia'possesses>a ,sword. :,.vslued ; with 'the. years:, J*:.b';;lrequeoUy direction" and tnbject'to thb orderi length.:Can.any; man?: ',oeafraid. p f himself; and will'' be . arranged.for' :then","but a committee,=-.if'I'

', ai- 10,000. His father,wore,It on 'dUOcuStto find a carpet.which of Brig; Gen.'CF.; .,Humphrey;;(chk.s- 'starving lu.country.where'snch're-! gofre: : :T1nil now permitted; of Stark.eonaty:bar.seveiab per -
: ley,'aa'presidenifjof.theOlenwbod :
., ,hI.'YllUtoEuro. : ; There- are harmonliee'with!,the furniture'already quartermaster for.,ibe'1i1and. of Cuba. sult*':are" btalaed..from' :tWlngI.theoUomB ; ; ._ low friends and members blbtheirvfamily <
:
CemeteryCowpany refused
:
<,' ... :., some'r'' strword- ._;J.;k whIIe on hand, 'the"paper'.'and woodwork: _.The(oldest.honae'finAmerica ::1'ln; . C- T;'SprID<;; ' :-*>, :' 'to turn'over the books of the company ,.''were"aV,, the"station'to.meeti. {;! :; ,

: ': ., bothjth.Cxar and.the.Saflfc f'posaeas The, coloring, of_most oriental! rags is St>-jAugustlne. 'It was built In 1564 by 'GOTeruor.Bloxham. 'has made' .the .,to a' receiver appoh1ted.bY ..the tem.. st ,',, . .' c. , < 4Thejndgek :' ";

'p s ::.Jeweled
;- = most valuable.sword InEngland Is-,the note .hT--struck," and :H 't Is: al structureomposedof :past weefci :"J.{D.Merrit: .of Jacksonville appealed'to .the: State.Cou i ,/ f vApipeals ..plriand"ihe; trlp"". abroad.':has' ri'd
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.one presented' by the_.E'S7PIani : to ways::a'pkaanre.:"and .am eduoaUon'to ;; ; + ,-_to :be notaf'J"'public for, the State";Supreme Court. .FederalCircuit'Court dently,bee'n".beneflclaL' Mrs pay;;la*" :

':, Lord:Wolseley,. 'The :hUt Is set with- *' hi-It.-Ex: : ., of lea:belle and mortar,'which Isilmost ; State at torge..'8.J.'Hflburn;of Palatka . and finally; to the: 'United also h(exceClettt health,'a nd_notwi th-

'bfllllanta.,and; Is:_valuedat_: :' 2,000. -" '. -. . . ... at'.ii ; Indestructible:. '..When;;fPrancbDrake'eacked 'to';be: county' commissioner t "'for States Supreme Court.all; "of\which standing .the.seasickness; on; the..re-.-y "

', ;. .;and'bU Ied''the 'town District:l2,,,PntMni\co'untyi Tice.8.'J; upheld"the.'district judgVT" :I turn .Toyage, :come Jbjher;. home.',inymuch -
The< simple_ea*y :Jackets'., called'The ;{Dunei'on-Prlgiter always,picking this,was', duIi;; ; : house l ft'1n".th. Kenneriy,, resignedl. Yt..;PJones; ;b f / better heaJotJ than when-she left-. .
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: -Tinsley conhended.ttt-ir. .)vhlleipresi-' .
d ** : rpTaln French me on ; grammar. traR : '
d GeUha made o : up: my : : of destruction.. It has been puP "
be the '
for It. '
to _
Tampa,: notary public dent.of the GlenwajJ Company ; t- ytf'fi
Cemetrry.:: *
flannel lined with;Chlna silk,, are Smarte=Ana'youand: :bedon'tgeton eba1 ct'bthe: wef known : .
.They
; ; antlquari : '
: i.u':to..Displane' "
State at!.large. Henry S. Pariln, 'oKissimmee he .mIght..W':11: eonYII'.p*t; thatthebooks'w ['Judge,Daywhetil1 .asked ;
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'eat :with tralght 0m,Uke4i: loose "togetherat'all?. anv'J..W 'whO'wut
Hendersooi
( make it : '
to'be'
.
commissionerforDistlet'3Idseeoconntj 'said
county, :. .hi* own, Prl' tepror for the;future, ha exi>ectfcto r." ,
and ue belt ..Da11er0on--0f course not; How could his wlnteJ.resldeoee.Th 7 -. \ .
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acqne i :
> : { :; ;ILL 'erty,,.and': that :Thomas ,Tinsley- the remain In.Cantod and :.reiraiufthirpractice ; -
on the baeli plain on .we? ,.. -' wprki'oTTOrveyln ,land 'I in'and ::. Shepam..ot' Mouat..PIeasant Bonaty individual t-,.wa*'opt charjrrd, lth-eon= i "of, law.#&the firm:oft w1sli : ? .,. .

Fr..T Lw ;)the.shoalders._ .hll'fletre"th Smartt By'doing'as'SYhen I7eak'to 'nearlthe: 'ETerglade*,'especially; the.is-' t"mml i ner'f;. f District>;;Tfo.2.' tempt.. '" "" f-: he wU-a'memberbefor fetf i1t. "
5eevea' itr ; e..4.n'; !; Ln;L,use':bad.grammar. : l ;. '. '
> r pur- lands-1n:, the eastern' part, which "the GadadeacoOnty'.baiteaderedhia: : ,reqlgnstion. ; r : : Cablnelof President:: [rttdap fho."; '
'a ia-gatheiedtlill, : i1"b:'l t'esdtre posely'vtagive'Wm! ; ; ':an :opportunity m{tol Interior'dejwrtmenVprop'oses: to' -:have ';IpnC''W.;p] 'StrtckTa.Qf "'1.-CONFEDERATES. 'TO. 'BE':.*. '4t ::1Vork: f th&rommieslontieridezi.i ,

,_t. {jse1 \)! a., fh d&oroe i'QI l;correct"taeewThcn Iahanlchlm\: and sayjbOwmueo' J.>"erred''' _.or purchased" "forthe';''Floridaf Perry.,county:commissioner. :for ,tyia? :t s SiU\'ED: tbetreatywas i : d Jid-. _- ..tbe. ._'ihi..' :. ,
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ea1a' 'ribt\ :;1&1: e;: 1get :aioag"egetDt'oUfged'J to"him"I-.am b piltujlj ,;-' *Ve.'. .- .A ia1D 5ai1 ; ,It tr1et Np 5'Taylor/:countyhas',, sent:f Senator 'Butler"of :North Carotnaygavejaotkeod dent, and.fhe doeiipV expect, to .flsit; *.

.r . x 't i ;. a a n-o f the' departmen I ,tll.r' fioabiang r been* electssr ;, :: aqamGndment.beavriltlntrodnoe \ Washngtoa: .again. 1 iQ'coaile;i.C1vt ., .

, .J"e- -ge. n.rr.,/.' ";-'.. p\ Impel'EA. tndiacs tobett.e'Ia' 'ii a ed- o. e:. '._...tl1re "-,,'''-'-' r 'to';.the.4pets1onapproprla K! Anjr.dutkipJtha.camnisaoa. ?, j .
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; "'. ....... Th Cl*..l OMB* t* th* C.>. !..t.r >I. A library composed of the 25 most CONCERNING- .' ODORS ITIS SAID :Astronomers'j tell us that,I in f Land' for' Sale.;; f >
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the Leshlatan. \. close in the neighborhood round the with, cabbala will absorb comets cf all,sizes, "* '.. -I fine Rtsdeoneub tookUt 2sW _
fireplace.
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ley for the .mountains for the benefit a cf Shakespeare 1623ca/not, fdfio, ,the blades on the neck of a glass bottle, That large lump of charcoal in.a. explosive compounds! known .to I! good eondldoa;Situated two IllDeat = *.?' /, ;;.'",*...
; chemists .
Ha lungs he'''had a dim idea that'h. original edition printed i ,as if you were trying to saw that part refrigerator will. prevent s:. musty ; iioAithcreareovert,000.} I, ;West Coebaant Grove.two JIIDea froII4 '" .f <':;; _

r" ', would settle down somewhere and be bought for less than 30.0JO'frajlcs. off. In aerr short time the scissors. smelt 'Tour hundred :years ego only.seven 4i'-1eboo1., t O cI"hefaJ1bor-boo.L'Two lama.:.. : :.:

in term pu The-'pretfent owner of'" Figures i will be That the metals' were known.' Now"-there s, dreg huh trees .In btartojr Well and' -''' ..
a in the state legislature quite sharp.To frequent use of lye in the are ;:
des MolierW* by Bouchet "waaflad to are 51-30 of whlch'h&Ye'been discovered farmintlmplememsTerms ..eaaJI.'- ... .. < '
He .
kitchen rink .
reached Pine : -
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: Top City to find th-- 28.900 iranca for it some'iAne : .effectually blacken light woods, will.prevent, horrible-. within or1: OOJwWI..$ coeubbayncetnn 1'"
climate all he hoped for, and afte: pay ago. ,make a preparation of an ounce, of odor the present century.fProf :<;:- ? wtotergt. lddreN' ..; :,'
a The "Jo n .GuttenberiT Bible I. pilslik The' F, .... ; j :: : .4' ;, ;,
a few days he broached the subject o A in.38 |borax dissolved in a quart of water, That a teaspoonful of vinegar'boiling says tigbt hand ;', i' s III' :a.. \ .
...office-getting to the landlord different. languages pufllahed in 1459, with two the which is more scnsitive'4athetouch .: "',,. ..i ?< '.. ,-;'
of thi ounces .othellac; the liquid on stove will counteract. the Coco..1hJ'Ipl1J1'O. 'Fu.Y. '. . ,..
'' is a marvelaus volume ndvonsidered than the lefta{ less 'J ., ... . : :
hotel. 1 is i.u.bmu.t
.
then to be boiled'until smell of sensitiveJhan the "' . JI
reasonable_ a perfect solution strong food. ...... ......._:j
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at"75,080 latter -
"I'm a new here very francs. is obtained to the effect of the heat and cold. ;
man was the re ; then stir in two That a teaspoonful of ground gloves : : ,', "
pIT, "but,! know a feller who can tel "Konetr 11& ".a ver/ctirlous, volume spoonfuls of glycerin and complete on .a few hot coals Experiments now show,*that'during 1'j -" : <_ >

yon all a1)ouIt and I'll send him'in." printed on vellum,"year 1500. It is supposed by adding a sufficiency of'soluble same result. will produce.+> the profound sleep,a noise not sufficient to FlaA ni&Pe1; ins l rR lt t { : ::: >.

i The "feller" that ther' arelu two awaken the :
proved to be an ex.mem : ) copies of aniline black to darken the liquid, That a few sleeper produces a percep "' :-' : s ,

_; a ber of the legislature, and when thi this work exliWii/ev This specimen which will now be ready for use. drops of allot sandalwood able rise in'the brain and head temper: Ito1Pp, '. r/rth ern "'IO' >''tlli.f der Line"- stall-'-"-, ',. '::_'...:..'.

4' abject was stated he replied \U valued at-2.OOOUr4ncs. dropped .ona,, hot shovel Is also. ature.. *; 'Morld's _." ;t. '
: Carpentering utensils' lfrft'ftkLhut' .f':
r t wood-carving an excellent deodorizer. _.. . ... _ .
w.
"Yes, I CAn tell you jest how to worl "Die Venezianert cacloAusgabe'dea tools and so forth may be preserved That fonl :sue v icioria my oi uuiana haa a Circular TlmeTable 1s ilsst ra171.1H1. ,j .*<

9h it, and if you want me to XII yun yon: Jahres, 1471," printed by V 'ldar- from rust by' cleaning them'with a :breath maybe sweetened) leaf from six feel.to twelve feet: .
mouth
",'campaign and agree to Ja1ut'oidn" Uk,.' fer, bought> ,1820 by/Marquis de Elan? mixture of a quarter of an ounce of by a in wash of permanganate of ia 'diameter. It is turned np: at'the llally Daiyro1nt& Dally Oast; 7' ; .

.1,. r senate." 4Js?> " ford for 52,000 francs: If the book was camphor with half a pound of lint and potash a teacup of water. edge like a tray and can support, according -
stns s
i";"' _: rr;..... The eoloaet)expressed a desire for aiqtiine offered for sale now*it would bring the addition of as much black lead as That a pound of copperas. dissolved i to |llr size, from 100 to 300 5425 7a0pNjutee.Lv.Jaekaoar1Ds..Ar, a glop!sp

'J.1 ,: ot.how the ;campaign! was tc double that amount. will turn the preparations dark hue. in boiling water, if poured'into drainpipe pOund. : 55* 9i5 Ar..iernaodiaa..Lv 1aea loop, ?

A, be run, and the "ex lald his "gun of ."Der Decameron dee Boccaccio'aus It is advisable to leave some of this *, will dissolve the grease. and carry Certain ,caves have been.reported 4- . I s -" .: BBvereu..Nw 103. a45p .ak
. ..::9' the table before Wm'and away all impurities: aa; 12O pl1t5p ;Z' /
said: dem Jahre.1471n is without ubt the preparation upon the tools for a night, maintaining a uniform :temperature 1108p ii 3i Lva.esvannsb.Ar 8201 -

'z", "I don't reckon,'you. brought. -oni. finest copy in existence of this famous and then rub it off with a soft cloth. That a generous lump of washing fiummer-and winter,of 54 degree*Fahrenheit . 15bp 3 b a Ar Fairfas s ti. C..Ly 3lif a tea 44op rip

: with you, but/that's a good one-anc book of which there does not exist another To destroy centipedes and other insects soda and.vquart of water,if put into They may be said to breathe F2/0p l49a "" .,Denmark.w a 13tp _

I can get along'without,it for a wed complete authentic It is pots and pans in which fish, cabbage, twice a Iasp 163a. ?AusustaO :": seon 4't.406p .
copy. which often infest the cellars of fe inhaling during the win 414aCotambta, ,S o. ": f 17a 1I bin
\ or '0. The first thing you want tt owned by the 'duke, of Marlborough, country houses, rinse some rather onions and other "loud" smelling ter' and exhaling during the'summer.,,. }.:N. 114ea t 4e Spsrtanbarg' : 1 ; ...; -:; -
do is togo. out,and pick a fuss ant who became Ha ' foods have been cooked, will thoroughly The. blue aiS cAabvaleh.0.." t .....r
.owner by paying the wide-mouthed empty bottles with eggs of.a bottle fly;if placet 9iaa-"Charlotte;", ," 10 I23c 't e-t1
shoot your man. ? little sum of 58,500 franca. cleanse, and make them smell in the I 101 $eaabtug, /
-r a snug methylated spirit, leaving a few drops sun, will hatch Intwo: or three 1' M i17a =

the Tick coloneL a f assabout. ,whatr querlec hag Ludwig XVIII. paid l".OOO inside, so that'thcl may not dry too sweet and clean. hours. Linnaeus :..d .?that; '.the tiSip 104311111 1 "Greensboro Vs- "._ /1 ;103a 60.. 1 b #

francs for a copy of the first edition quickly. Lay the bottles. about with That a verymouthfuls of lime water larvae of three blue bottle flies.will devour ' 6105 1 "*)a I" Ii 3Ot a r -k
t "Don't'mak.Do:: 'cWf renot. Jest gcout "Der Mainzer, Paa the or ,a few drops of tincture of the I53a 1 Ine bbutg"tt:1: e83p 3 -
4 the' Iud I er sue dem! Jahre, necks slightly raised-a bit of wood myrrh Ina carcas of a horse as quickly a* a 116p 1 -- .b
pn street cuss the'town 1457,"which he presented the National I will serve for the purpose-and also tumbler of water, will sweeten a bad would a lion aoiapidlydo these f insect. 142* 515p -"A llashinytos ::. n 151 10435 {d

h--i: I t the climate' ior the".people. letup; s,' .library..This copy]'is, of course,not in make a parthway into the trapandthe breath, and a small piece of orriaroofr increase, and so voracious dp they bercome. 10 coca llss t5tt ".:.Pbludelpbb.H.Bahlmore..,.," s 75* sngv/36.- s
+ jo w\over rellglon '
.31> "hereafter.; or.politicsf or the; the ma :alutonsequeatJy; cannot insects will crawl in, when they if chewed will give a violet odor to'the. 'I. '_ .V: ;,*.. /--- 1143p s a w.New Yet..,"" IS its 4'Op- 3'.
;'t. ; When-yon've got tn cer. 1 flSpecified| breath.-M. Prescott in Good fo0.Boetat c-. '6 tour
>e given # price. M> Quar- may be destroyed with boiling water. House ,
swat ec0Dv. Jaek.ci
.tata.p.t.01l" can TEN
: meat .the other tel keeping. FAMOUS WRECKS v01e..Ar a d16p
< ; rich: Owns a COpT of-the second edition 1018s coop Ar.Everett,.. Lv 73n-e ,
-: low a liar.. $
;;. H'l1'1JUch"'b&ck: for bit ofiQ, ,"book,;wblch was published in THE BRITISH ARMY AND ,7 413: +' N.AtlsatiN.: r' 1166 fins ,_ "
'J. ,;gun;but yon, must get the drop .of NAVY LIMITS ON VICTORIA'S Utopia 5641 lives '
-. v ; :;him and bore him Don't rattle: 'the j ar 1459. He has refused an offer POWER. lost, March, 189tPrince. 1 73op :..CCtuelnnnaadmss
get of 125,000 fraocs for it. In. the of ..George,'400 liveslost..
-tf.. reign- Queen Elizabeth the April ,
,:I Ne.34 leaves
it. If Jaeksornlfle'at To- -
over you miss him you'll fee: The queen has 13, 11M. - lee 0 m ,. -
no .
ordinary of the power over taxa x4:16 Fernandina '
.,. , 'expenses navy were : at 100p, =
r 'something'red-hot go through yon and: FROM OVER THE POND. only 8.000 don'and could not create aAvnuw. nf. Lady Nugent; 400 live.'*lo t. ett at 7:46 and arrives Brunswkt at a m.: -o,
1; the campaign will be offJfBut. "year. A flee with t-: -- n -: 'flay t > .N a3 arrives s& EYerq .tq at _
Lord save 'I'ei.'t.. : A line soldier in England-coats $275 fees-attachedto, 1854. 'I i '' '.,\ leaves Fernandina babaa a..,arrives YsIe ate- -"- j

ana .hoot.; man aownir you, exciaunea ro outM tat. Germany imports poultry to the a year, and,even then, aay* a writer'in The queen cannot exclude a member The Princess Alice,5.0 lives lost. Sep a.Noe.31 m.adarrtveMJaekaosvfleatl0am.t8-m and a7 makeaoenecUoa for .a, -i- t

oloneL : l Talu>: $26'oooooo.'ur. 31ackwood, he i. often 'a mere boy'or from ,parliament' after he has 'been tember 2, 1878. -.-A Brunswick,nutrias Brunswick 4 a op.m and, -!: .
fUHfAjV
J "Japan:hiisEveu cities'with invalid and duly'elected, nor can she delegate the The S:10p.mreapeetlvetytrYogewOnfeaavache '. '
100,000InkAbltanta an Royal :
600
root tof&4Oiifettb; : do Ucn weakly man., George, lives lost a-. leareslaekaoaiilee:46tm.wththrough ,
of -
} ,yea "'ean>;;doAnoirunnm''for: { :'offlcei ; eaeh,:W| Last".rear 'penaltlea in 87 cases, duty signing laws to alTyone.;r gnat 29,-1782, : ,V7"v through ers arriving Yew Orleans 7:10'-a,.ta.; OnL y

: Bavin killed your'man, youwanMeanndnnee 1 ; ; The .maiate>isnn.oi; '''the, ,.:"sultan'/i/ amounting 'to $400,000,'were incurred Though her majesty can pardon sv The White Star Liner.Atlantiefseo tnnn Mew steeper Orleans llwuAnjves 661 m. _JseksonvUft r' t

"your p- tiedambitions" "harem- cists.Turk ,..1 Out$15000000. I by conatru tor. for the British navy;: murderer, she. is debarred byan act lives lost. Tpril 18, 1873., ::; 1 suxrora OJA BZSTIOX. --

4'Prat, about P9 to my.handa.to sitar: ;No fewe'r':Uia1 ;14,000'Italians hate owing to delays; they were enforced passed in 'the'reign of George UI.front The' Namchow, 509 Uve \';,lost. Jaisary 1NOt and >d Tait'-Yatl: 4befweei err

i t- :jibes ,1rtakajorrtheboy'and'I'Ufeer ; '' maflenhelr home'iri the Swiss':cantonfZurichr' l.In two cases only to the extent of$300. breakers.extendin royal,' f< clemency* to Sabbath. : 2, K9S. ..3 t !SleeperytaAsnevUle.r\.w York and JaeksonvUla and the- -Qndaaail. - ; -

that-the,'erdict,of the coroner's jury vIkst ? I .The British government is the own. ( :r' The Birkenhead transport; 454 lives : Nos.tt7 and earrjThronch Sleepers between ,. t<' .

Is all right: and that Pine Top .whoop year, in Paris, 14,840 horses, 257' trot 'over 25,000 camels. Several thousand The.queen could sell or flJe'Wly the' lost. .February 261852. .: Jacksonville 8,13,7 and U and with New Pullman York la Sleepers eemwetion,between with ,

.11'' for, ,,01l'..ToB'd\betUrpaythc. doakeya'and 4omulesaverskilledand: are' used.In India to carry stores royal navy;or declare war'"th.Rns..a.. The Austria, emigrant JaeksonvlQfl Tampa. V -' -, -
vessel
but.ah'e could not ; 417" N< 88 carries the Cl nnitt and '
.. funeral ezp4nses.otthettetlm well consumed food..- and \ spend a single tar h. K Florida LtottedV -
'equipment
I as ; as /,, when companies are lives lost. September, : Thtl lv brut tto.Jactaoavt le '
lt,18581 1.
the boys are quick to notice little.plats, 'London-has13,564, ,policemen, or 19to"everyoneot changing quarters byline of march. ,' ing of' public nionerwithont'tte'consent Royal Adelaide. 400 A.aifaeIXNKLL.Qen.rass.Aj* J ? ..*
'
of-ofplrllsment. lives lost. J. fc
A Sttist
MARSHAL,3V. fc.JOS
like W/Bsf ,
that."Andtbst ,
; /, ', ; its *W,square,miles. Britain' new naval'programme pros I 1Thequetncannot March 3O.18.50.-Wesimln.hr.G:! jMksonviD ,

;'" ; :Wfll>.'ail?" aske b. 1be. Sixty per;Tent. them, do night duty; rides for the building of four additional communicate with, O.UHnldenTrsv.ss.-Act.; t Stlttcnsttae.4Up .} :

,colonel-41: ..< -Toitisnreeleanlineaeinthahsndliag_ battleships,four cruisers( and 12 tor- her ;subjects': she can the 'most -, .. r.r.r

: iO, that Jrfll beol, 1.th..t&rtuthe 'of,bread the bakers? of etlIn'put each 'petto'.boat; destroyers bringing the total menial of,,her servants- nor-can;she. "'1 '. -<-i , }.. . . ;?':_.t- : ::./z""t. !-
.
f' openin of tba>! ampatga.r: I had loaf:in;:>r paper,bag'just: 'after it is expenditure, 'r new'blpI up: to, receive"presents: from her/people; save. .. .' :. -, : .:-J-.... \'<:.'. ._,.;;..-. : ,JA"Oft' -
:to shoot-fourmeniuyseli'and: : ; only baked.: .;AtThe.Bwiaa; '*" " .R. 15,000,000. throughcofScers of state or friends PI 'd a .E"as t"CO. t"R- a/_ _c -> y f dto i.
into' ho."a' personaU-knowD as : -' "
got the that, Youplaj! ;*are ;verythrifty' peoplesFourteathaof'th4'grown'people ; Th on ntlons under which British to her majestyT : ;y. :" ,.c. .,. "-.1.'#
; 1'
-
'
." pokerof: course J"/VI *f; f .' sailors Though her: decision is absolute- .- .
-v k of and )ao.ldiers live are far more TlM$: TABLE NOI LS, JNilixCru) ;.'' \ ;
"No.1!! :.. after 'a prisoner' has been sentenced, i1a. 1>pL. _..,t ; w' : .. kkJTE l
: t : Switzerland'have bank .ccounta. ,sand sanitary now than in the past., In 1865 :: "' . .-;-. :. .. . '.
Then 10.'muilt haw :
she
:"r: .> nil beggarsire few? more than deaths occurred in every could not interfere with the course BOUND (stead Down, : ., : ..' .lOBTJI BOUND (E.e&Vp,:' : :> ;< ,
to In .1dht.l ,
put yottr the of justice before the .
'poJerrooma entence has
been
;
1 f ,
'Since'! }::England1 .umed 1,000. men.afloatiwhlle ten later J .. .. J"
: control'of years .. .
or the boys ; ..feel'yourself t. ,.. ;y,
Neither
: willsay' passed. could she / ..
t you E the number fell totf.8,in 1885 to 5.4 interfere r aTATIONS. : .. ", : '". .
the ;and o +
7T>V in,1881; amount oi debt Daley -
: -
5f
h'
per >
too ,:How -Fe DaD7 ; 1-
good much whitky in oiprivate .
a catg; to p'nb-
: opposed '

.Mean you drinkfT'T', "t". *." a: ' ''hehd 'the'tKjpulation'Jbas'.Deen from: $70 to : :jrednced ,in are 1895 sot to quite 4.4: ao In satisfactory.the army the figures.- .- licbyrong"J, OIOaAI'u L..N.NN."_"__-.:._".::"::._. 'i_.:A.t.Jl.J.ek..__m.._.......:..f.. ........:..;-:";:;N.4.liilg.; ___ _ ,: :: : : .:f-i .

I, :"A tablcepoantuL-t,. < _: .,., $50. 1 :j Her.majesty is subject to the lads le LvN..N.N..N..N..1.I I+'t'alile : ...
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and
a ;
signs! cannot issue
In day.; : .A candidate who duo drinkt' oVall. passengers landed'in the Isle of staffs are to, hare military status and law.. If, a for prosclimation'contraiyto instance "/ / .eN..N...,...........fN/L..:....:...;...,.........:. 410 T t

', .mry::bar'stands no.show.Howi Mani: :Ut Collected from the steam- combatant titles; The word."surgeon"will ..... ... .......
it ....
the)law:of I+ atee..N. ..
: ; were England'hat J. .1. .N .....
Jour voice r.- <...- .. lft.: ,, "j', .' ,ship?companies''carrying}the passen* no longer be used.; The army med- no 'train shbuld.travel ''S 20 .L,.. :. ...... /..... .. .. ,.N.......:NNIN'..:...../. eJ { -- T
at
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a
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-Vtge k.r .? '. corps will consist: lieutenant, IN\NNIs I.NL M /t, ... .
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exmpting HNNNNNIpNigrHNNIN.NNM.NN.
about three:ipeechesVday, with,one. at his .wU.'I.d1 1n -.table.::,:He usually ,and..*- :colonels" 1 like regimental ofllc *. i a certain train from the P 1 .\ ...,, //\ /rN/.NII.N.INrf.
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on Sunday. CaD 7011 shoot two- *; ,,a?part.of : remote of.,the law.' ,11 .N. : I.NH.NNi.N.1.N "

banded and rid.:*,bucking broncho f.! from that .occupied;by? *his connubial, FqYER AND, GREEN ROOM. ANN.NNIN.NN.NNN.N.N.. : . -.t ./. ta1N NN/.ItN. ..MIN.., 111,iii... I -
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know;over,.half"a doentenei//words ; r Down East J.v; / Y IIN.\.11 NI.I.III.NL.
f which ,achieved iucbcsuccess ..f, I NNIN.N.N.NNN.NrWeatP.latBeach 1".
.and'that you'd tri to Ihoot your: first ,i)00andwltntherfaerrei; I 4,000,0007. in New York'last season.Another The lobelias'are all'dangerous; their, NN.1 I .".'II..N.W NrN...:\N....:L1Jaton. NN\till ftlNN1 N, /1 ,,..../..R. y..

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Y ,t. ,PARIS:TO'PARISIANS.' *,J ', : ; 720 t'000men' ; under, '..com.mand.7 This timeVltiaBobertXIautell: ,':who ":,Lady's slipper"poisons j in:::the'same. 'if v BKTWKKN NEW 8MYIUCA ANDOBAMUB; CITY:JUNCTION.f '.

bas manner'u'doel'poll nlYf.2 The bulbs ..
-' : '' .-, : , -If :ThaGermaniriay, J11unbera58.5Ooo, been filling,in Boston;Lis'first vaudeville engagement s eem to heaths ntost'harmfulr Lilies :[ p -

1M'- 0,,; Ra.w., itee.: .I the flel 4 ::1 In.times of 'peace. War would bring McCann's "A Lesson with John "Ernest of. the alley are also;aa much so." 11" _N1.NNI\\.1.. ,. Latta Haiea ,I.NINIf1..1 ,1... 11 I -% ,.YI

'Yeysea.Qlt. .Tt1a. W o_ ;it to'l,230,000'and+the:.. *eriea added In.ActlDg..r: leaves a3oplsosp Ar .. .. .u.ia.. -r.0i'
... : The and flowers of,the oleander e I! : : :: .: : :'LLNtaate;'../'r. ,,) '1 akethe; 1 umber: f meni'4,300,000.;: i- ;During a;recentfun ot. "C1 udln? '
''\ t;< = : air'Barrett'received 'ark.c1 adl"Lnd'' { .the bark;of,the ._ s tweg 8m aka Orates irkaaatio.. .z 1
from
4 : ', an admirer:
L

'* :Bee, :now;r how Inconslstent'ife are, ;:because..Forces'the are people being are.'reduced'too poor i in to Mtaly pay 'In'RomeRaMcoatly cameoring, believed catalpa*aterjdropwort-wben'notIn'flown'tree Is very mischievous i the' ---.- .t.,.." .....1."( r.' =- .7 ...._D ..... '. ... ..

,; "
.VrriU treMureaand L TreAChman all. tselwoiid'cowei'to Weaccumulatf.art ; : /thenecesaaryytaxes.;; : : 'The'etaudln, $ :en-gravingof'which' : .resembles.. celery and f f. virulent. Y'i.threii. iauruA' uia ,JcASt'Cottbrof_FlOX; a y
army, ;therefore fi? lsJ but'J7} ,OOO,:'war ,
>> \ -
Paris to see them and we P produced the'actor-manager's AmongIhegardenplant.commonly: Wiar nearftr1 "TW rfWrHnn ? -
an.that"1J" profile. fhjnrtuafV'j
t { .
bringing itupi 1,473,000, the. reserves. .. I ii vogue which possess a .Ic' c, .___ ... a
Uei, The poisonous naure ., "
) jhem' ignore.._:th .e maktng'tbe:force 22(0)00"; .- new'stio et which is to connect r iier. \ .. ,
treasures:cot pletelr;, 'We ' the London \tUh'Holbon.will! t -botanists'mention'.the"flowers atthe 'o. : .R4" Olt eaiiIa"fi{ : '4 '.. .. ,
," pass years France has a standing army of 589..* ;jongntlwhitehyaclath: and f."jt.; .. ;'. U' -". ':_ . : : .
.without! going.into a mneeam. '., 'sweep"away: : the .Globe the snowdrop
; :fry, ::000'men, ritlng to;,500OOO In time of : Opera '
Trom time .toi.wlMadJna? : : Comique and the the rlareilsua'laeing.alio; ; : parifcularly
n 'New.OJjmpie theatersl. -
war-while,the the ,
; calling'bnt"of
.
" reserves ', deadly, so mncb'aof indeed,that srf r
: ngllah rerJe.th Ube u7.ha.been :._ The owae'n.willdoabtless, de-
:,. enriched by some 'new object.:or we this would/bring to 4,370,000.- mandj' a'large; cbmpensation-. ortheground'on. to' hew.1.ma1l': ] scrap of one,of the
);spite. the regular is increas
.not *
: bear wayVof bnlbsmayresnltfatally! while the '
-by ptrPetewburf; 'that " : which'jthese. play-houses_ t.sa
&In8yearly. [- 1
.-\hue' is'!no doubt about, the nthen- ; stand; : 'o.iI_: -:;. juice. 'n of the. leaves is an emetic.J.;' fc : r .
l.Busslapossesses'; lirgeststandlag "
;: ti;tieity jt. the crownTof ajtephennea In 'i. ,A, correspondent of the Frankfurter CONCERNING'MOTHETt

: :th.. LouVtelandj thi..ia.'the' :.way we army.,on ;earth, and each year, i t :'iZeltang' writes'that;'In.proportion tits SAID-=: ...]. ", ,,:.
in size. *
grows 'Everyyeartbme280,000 '
: fAll
0# know that. we hare these things;for we size;Barcelona is the most theater a 'i

't' :Parisian*,that:haTe,.had the taste) .conscripts"join;; the: .Russian bored., lovingcity.in thewrorldWitltihalE': a .. I am my miothet made.me-. 'John'Qulncy
,
whUh.ln; tlmejofpeacYnumber
; ,1,000 Adams,
'...1oi' oU.d'them'atTu..CO to see them .million\, : ?-
.inhabitants, -It:; 'haa.eleven. : *
000 :
.Why? B.cauejt'. ff:top'.e"1.. be? tt,600,000 men-On and a' war footing this rises to i theaters;one of whiehliolds 3,600 spec* 1 Thefuture; > destiny of.>> a. child i. al.

.v tauie: eT/are:pot il AffpMrttfc> PF I. eaUIngqutthe; reserve ..tatori: ;half a dpzenjnuslc 'balls etcall .. ivayltbe[. _' 1.ork.of. the. mother. Na '
It
Increase .welt ; "
: would to. c." ti
K ltedridi: because: : :lJo. 'Pfif. bat,Ayr) ,trained jsoldieral, Should'e.047,000, : of wliich'are crowded. lightly,* 1 t- .poleon. :- \ ; f: \ . :
Jhonglt 10 organize m"hrJ. ; .necessity .' >Mothers are the, oalgoddeneiwboai'the in
.
; fil0eltxLale t "wlthttandinf the .1<
r .arise;t he militIA war, r ,
would be called;lout
'_ : ""progTamme Wbcold:be:iobow. _, brinain-' 'czarV forces ..; ''whole* .world y beleveaFrench. ;"'.;'; V OiinoRi1 '
** .: up, to ... : to: 4&
.
Parisians., ;
Paris to the j-; ,
k ,000,000 men; ,MEN',NOW:.IN THE PUBLIC: E1 TS.'r v' ? w
We i: ;ridicule Cook that, /man .offtniua.1 '" 1. "*. ''" v"r :B1usffl the ehildytbbat is brought

"" ) .We'.1i oek' t::the atraage car- - : I In-the days' when'Gen.Shafter was up at the;mother's'knee;which is God'saltarsLadles
HEN.MAIDS; a
; AND ; "
F f': .ran..of men bI'uette..ud women K !B&I colonel on' the:Mexican[ border he wa s : *-' Home-'30 rual. ->, r js

,"; :wlth ffulde books,'that stop before the t r.EYt17 c,known,air the beat shot in that section. .In"all this cold and hollow world,: no <-v>v.vM''
.Jx that wander : woman is;secretly.: :.proud of fount:: A-* rrt-
: uTre;. amaug the tomb' her i At: the close of.the presentc c a, of deep, strong, deathjees'lovisave' .
guests.who dress welV *
.:,atones of,;.Pere: ehabe.&D411"'th. j ie'S in".a.mother's. heartFelicia. -
-. A'girl's.flrst ,:when?he ,.retires\ ; Congreasnian Doc k- '
concertworriesher -
.'- canes CarnaTalet,and we are wrong almost mans. .: 'i-; ; =_
fo'' ;, .at much u her.Ant love affair; j: ery...of Misiouri'willhave served: eight '; yfiI
Suggest some capitalist hat eoostderthatthe :
does I mothers
: < of ;
iraccesslre tenni ; a
root' .know bow /nyest his money.tbc : .Half.a:girl's pleatnre: 'in:'going on'a.trip I{ A letter from officerof. ;; 'country:;tapld Us:citizens/, determin.
the BrookI
t Idea;;of v founding V society' whose 'obJect.ataU .. .U to' seethe. announcement-, ' L the I lyn sips that'the an' )ts institutions and_shape, ; its destiny, -"rf- l\jf-f ,:

: : be:,to prpYl e',PsrUiani i in-' .pePer; 1 men are compliment* .Matthew! VatsariSCHOOLS ; J, .
,. .A. lft-year-o4 ing Commodore"Scbler' by. trimming .
F jfiilgtlifeicar pp". IB DulL, girl does not seem:to. '' :1.-
beards
L -* their be dots.
PV'.W..01JldJ"lt.: ;OP, Rbit&fnen casl" ':suffer from.warmweather, s.much as.' as ..AND:TEACHERS.JTarirethlhas .. '.Ty.iT, J". -. P.N.BITZE .
i motherv - :Mrs._.Marion.L eland, of;New York; '.. : :
..ttear tarryplldetlook! and imoke : ; ; j j:\ '- ''. ,
I fills .. : !1' --
i qplpea In-ercoraicn wagons;:and'after. The averageTwomaii spends half her developed. ae.lnduitr7 b-gty..; : three ho.plta1'.aenJi" ; '
,flight:f>>tendaysof this time; about her ingreadtagefromnewepapercltppta IZiDL>i< ;LU2 1TOBTH aaBJaTSZBHt' ;, ta
sort (.nea- worrying. church.;, .Vrof.Hobson'a convent' and 12 schools. under. Euro _
;'::iioft ,we ahoulV! .necessarily pcrceivf other:half about USe men., J exploit and.the,cutting of pe'i supervision.: .. ; ; - j w art trea'Jaeaaeaitoe fib l __ ,

'kt'theettr'wa: live U> is full of beaa4tJee'we :':;:A'lawyer is as enihukissticiiv:speaking {l.the- cable* at Cardenas. \ :... .:Married women:will fbe"permJt-:
cf: German
The
have' neverseen:.. Believe me.jMMM : ; 'of hi,client'aa a young man is n. emperor need*but Utt ted/..hereafter,\ to, act:.. teachers. iathepublic

_are mUlionsTn it. Boston Globs thinking,of his''1Iee i titaleephmselfendczaetslongh! loUr.I r
e'J'J j schools.of MIlwaukee at
1 i I fromreveryonei:: In attendance Four ..:.-
I p. 1 A#:ilttate>.ttefai'0) eriliiittlell: .No.man ts so nervy: that he dees xrotenjoy5 ' or five hours rest is' care ;;*.Thereafe; 15 schooli for Chinese In
all that be'
".Coa41a.' ;''- ,it .when h(calls.at: : a'de t1lt'' t;
",, :(hoUy-Your a I Ir for, and the >physician ; Vbhtreal/iondueted-by the Canadi
)
: that
tort:_- -ji ,*:- H '.and is told to. call l.to-morrow, J t burningthe candle'at p 'both soy, he ue') Presbyterian;Dr.:Thompson., .
T : end
**ond CanadianfurlousIy)<--You're )'amllln.are.uauaUthe' belt con-] >7, *Virginia} his Institute eondwitor;
'. Capt. A :
Ci= Woodrootalie
bt't:" "' fir:'Y a i' "" "" 'ducted.ta.Jddi'the'wlfe.doea: ; all the l ; ;D&T7.hu' ; wkee"dutyJt i*to hold teachers'"
.
the flag'floated
} e&n'.;P olceman--Pawatti tv j:Scolding$iA2'man's scoldingtdoea:no -. : ;; : ,b1the;Virginius: t11ti, 1n the serest* eonntiest.-.7.i- ',. !; ,s
,.' 1 si L' l,. "*** & ::01irjlHate4> .Slibatergg trip t0 .t
"'r. : ....' : 2&&y'l thirine
; -, L : 1)f.J ritr :
; t, ->- > --t 2 : J 4' 1":", -Tasenrot\;l7 pK easy ( 1NifY da
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: r' : .r '" lhateader >ftsrih aNJ
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ee
to 0J _I.

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\ A, *" L. the. members of he household ;. .so. t :'I

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H. \make her*.I happy*' bjr sending tome. .dhe of, our'yes: ; ;;;.; _, .:.; ;," .

ne s tyle.and handsnme .-Oil Heater s ;that will cheecie r" .. ......:..

.. f' t .r upt x rooms and save worry. .fuel a nd ''temper, atJhesomettime. .. . ; '." '=.

fiappy W 1 e i .. "A:: word. .to .the.wise isJ sufficient.are ." Ve f'i '., . ...- i;- f ...' -

; selling them from- $5.00 to $ 00.. , ., _.. .....: ,;:p.'t, .'t. ; ':pY

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James X.:Kainey and his mule Jack ..
: '
: MATHUSHEKPIANOSe AMONG OUR NEIGHBORS furnished a little excitement: ,Monday ; '

' evening( by Jack running awaf'wltb' $ Money s

kind that hale stood the test of time sod stufied the mostcritle.i musicians every war.'. plow attached to him i.: while Mr.. W. Jifi .,

THEY ,ARE NOT Notice to Correspondents. H.[ Mitchell afforded us some amusement ': .
Correspondents .boulcl -take pains to get by falling full lenght in a ditch ,.
'- Old-style pica that hare been rented for years and then offered as treat bargains ,these letters Into this office toy Thursday morn- ' .. '" -
yt nor are,they"cheap,low-trade" pianos, made to sell "at halt price." Lug or Wednesday erenlnf's malL Our spaces ID an effort to catch Jack. : I' _
,i cramped and to insure publication the letters '
.. :EVERY PIANO IS NEW, of correspondenta scrould not be later A. J.Bailey moved-his family out
than Thursday mornlntv We still need*correspondent
*. And ererr part U made lathe ATOU8HEK factory, at It. Lauderdale Halland.Cutler, OD his farm on Monday ,
which Is-a guarantee that' It will last a lifetime.WHY liken, Elliott Key and Planter.' will some
on.do the work at these places? Keep your Mr. H. F. Downing received his
TAKE CHANCES .' section to the front. We shall be glad to serre
i,'' 'y. On cheap. pianos,"IMD'tbe old:and reliable MATHUSHEK tan be you all welt household effects from his_former home ,,-
4 bought at prices and terms to snit your There are more than fonday.
t 16.000 MATAHSHXK Pianos in the Booth. COCOANUT GROVE ITEMS.
r you should have on..GElWINE'MATHU8 HEK PIANOS Mr. and. Mrs. R. L.Collins. entertained -

da,,,,, Ami'SOLD\OKLT: BY' Mrs. Kirk Monroe gave a.very pleasant at a candy. party Tuesday night in

:, LUDDEN & BATES' S. M. H. party to GO of the little ones of honor of Miss Trowell's birthday'

-'' FBED. ,KANN,- Neal and Higbman, W. ". Johnson, f} YOVR
'a MM.'W. E. XABCa is our reprewntatlTS for Liam and Dade County with a Christmas tree which"was loaded +
and we respectroUr solicit tor her your patronage. AS a e do business with A. J.'Drew, Jim Hooks, Hi F. Down-
presents.E.
r* strictly on the ou.deeIJnfm.. tar enstoners will wet Just u close prices IngR. Boberta
+ ,> and. terms through Mrs. March as U dealing with as direct.. > L. Collins, Gardner
. .5-tf.II.11I-q 0. and Mrs. Dearborn gave a and B. B.Hopson; Mrs.J.W.Johnspn

c7t Christmas dinner td J. 8.. Frederick H. F. Downing, B. B. Hopson, B. L. I \ .. < ,
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Collins and Miss S. Powell, -
We ,Wish To Thank :Munroe. I) ':t;
All.had a most delightful time and : ,
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'"- Jamot Brown is back again at tbe many were the. murmurs heard when STOCK .o ,) ;,; .

: \- Our customers for favors in 1898r '! Inn for his annual Christmas quail the wee hours of morning. bade the

,,;' ,,r, -.F r 'and have added some strong lines r hunt. Mr. Brown is captain of tbe quests. leave. WatchesIs .3W j J'"e VY. "

:* to our stock'of.shoes that'w1U'.eoab1e ,*- 4 tr'e4 Harvard foot ball team. He spendshis Mr and Mrs Harry Scruggs spent t':

us to serve you Setter ID 1899 ; holidays at the'Inn; an hour on. the Prairie Monday morn- veryrcomplete.! In,fact the finest ever.l rougbt to- .. a r

: than'ever, before. ., : Louis Evans, chief:'engineer of the hg. Sol\11i Florida/- *X :. :. '{.
,
: Wishing: you- 'a happy and'pros1perous ;,';:; Chicago & North-Western Railroad, Mrs. ;Erickson and' :Mrs. Gardner Our 36.h Urs' Nickel! "Clock? for $1:00 is 'a.good"C /(. .' .::

:T( r New' Tear,we remain with'# ':Mrs. Evans,and .two "children, took dinner with Mrs. J. W. Johnson. Timekeeper. \ [ -1' .l.lj }':

.r jYours: n.pecttull1.1 r bate among'just the returned Keys. Mr.from and.a week's Mrs'.1 Evans cruise on r Wednesday.' ' 'j'I' We make.a specialty, ofFirieRepairing".. : .Call and: ,;'jI.;: .."..:...:*." .,0.

'" .., Jw '\ : , will spend the wintefittte:: 'Inn. Tbe UNION' LOGIC.. '- .see, us. "- ... ;: ... -:
;
.'H'T" VVHAlfllArcade t'
John,S well & CO.. :.: children eame down from.Chicago for .; ; :&:.J-
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.I ,.", .-,"f:'" J_ :.\.. .. --- tbe purpose of spending their_ holiday spent Anderson Thursday of night West in:Palm town. Beach, Buildm{; 1.JA\Jt: ;) ,p: J. '

dcaUonupon the cruise.<* ........... " :' : "- A"I )
M. AMljDRUG STORE'J Lieut.Hugh L.Wlllooghby' of Philadelphia H:J:Sterling went toPalm Beach i.H : :;:.: ; ::; :: -f .A
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: ,with a brother-ID- named,\ Friday, returning the same day.

) \ A :Convalescentv Harrison, are at,the Inn_ tor1the? ID- Mrs.John Marshall returned from NEW GRQCERXSTOB1 !: ; ,

: "* teo. -They are now out for a cruise::' Miami on' Saturday morning.! Mr , .. . . .. ,. '
b-t- That .sincerely,wishes for health fill : Marshall, : returned' Wednesday ,from "ft.o-- {t. .
The Inn is of again. *The :
!z for the ,New Tear' will tone guests CARBOiLL4MCQVN|
.. up old acquaintances hate returnedwhile; the Everglades: where he has been jM j
: with beef Iron and wine beef I banting.
extracts >
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'TlgAT.w t "TJf ATiT stTMTasH QW 1y i
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many new faces are to De'seen(Among ,* */ irrT r J T.J.J 'T T : "
x : -.r' 'blPOP olpbites. He the guests. K*A.*.."r' iti The young ladies in charge of the itJ
will! find how,quick strength and . I' I. .:. ;!' Sunday-school prepared Christmas Staple Groceries 5 a;iid.FRU1TSOBACCOSiBD is 4a.

4: rim return;and he"m..oon have' ALAPATTAH PB&BIE.t. music and a tree for the children. The ,. -s, -.C ,

3 a + ,. .. the:necessary back ',bone" to-re-. t : ,. services were to be held Saturday evenIng : CIGARS I '
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/L a+ -. "f.i> turn to'business' with '.Don't' foriget -;', ,|aturday night was certalnlr''gala Mr.,Gnnnell but owing, the to music the serious.was illness omitted of, II. .. .{-'.' r. ._ ..... iO _ .
:; : that'our prescription for the Alapattab Prsiriev At .,
depirtment1iIa band
night a Sfc
y' the,:.children. received their gifts and Chase Building:;: Cor a,Are.*, l"w -asp
Ji -If _<>a f' P cl lty-, .and' thatprescriptionsjirill 7BO'p.. m., Mr. and Mrs.: Hi. F. Downing Were :.dismissed.,as quietly possible.., ; 1m.t.f. f"'. ; n..::_ ::' :? ': ...':
: be) compounded. opened the.doom of..their coxjr hoe ''?- * I ''
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,t; .;4 ..'< o-. accur tell,' from.: {pure. ,fresh pliabletother.identa"of"the" < rBL1JD1D. wife and family, Geo' r : "
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;..0::' l '" Prairie whom had all received -invitations Lyman, Mrs.. Lyman aid, baby, .:Mr. We : ,
: ; ; drnp1'!,.. r.. j. \ for the occasion. As tbeVenieredtbe Butler and Mrs.M..K. Lyman of Lantana D2SIe. 'r

.:' ,\'..,....., .. .',.... .; 0 ,_ ,. .. ;- : '..- . .. ; room and their: eyes :glance at spent; Christmas ,day-with L.G.i I \ -.t '. .
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; A; 8 Yw R eptloIt'i' '}' ':: ; thami 'ifcentCbrietmiatree;,here Lyman. :Mrs. George Lyman and To call the attention of-our fnedds';toctbevbeautiful:! line'of/goods;'.

] bans numerous costly :presents,,sad baby.stayed over until Tuesday, when which we have just:received;,and,fortheeekbeginninr'r.ry'; :- ,,}..
the handsome decorations :.wbleh'bad they.went asp on the Lyman launch.. :p :
:.c.. .':ii; of the social l functions jf ; : t.\ ;
i Or any that;: :
: f be itverjrittisticallyamuged Mrs l
by : :;Judson of Miami is r
-;' 'J Sturgis spendinghis .'
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V'always'-L .(c OCCOT-... at this.....- season, .(the ."." I.7W. Jobnaonand :Miss Trowell,i look vacation ,in '.townrtbe guest of :1'w f; :;:'ttr. .2 ':
ecam
x.y-4 ''; 'year,:require'the-man; who. I4.L:, of' bewilderment .would come over Grant.Fenrio. -' : '; U" 1 "t, '
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ti.1 l'be-i rreothdreued to bare a pee;; j' them. .. : : ; -

& t ;; evening dresssnit inch : Through the,untiring r efforts Mrs. J, C..Ricksrds and enters Misses v i )
.
atyle: ss-., 'reduced iaoai .
offer
'. Kate; Irene and Butb;spent Sunday We will at greater prices tHsrn the buyers o
:-, :rw ? Johnson and Hiss in rehearsing -
'. : make hi- such l .ezgositestyle,, -, i Trowell .
'' 'lad !!nlsh. 'We' ivin'make'yoa : the children the j followfngxintersling In town., ,Mr. Bickards took a number have. ,'.ever heretofore profited.'by....-, *. :' [ : . ".. '
a (
+ ,, : : of. pictures while here.; \ A,'fine line of -1 for 'week A,' i '
next
.- k. v bindeonle'drein/ sole'from broad* program wa/presented .to the_ T o"'V,S ; :; presentivea ; '

doth or*dress.crape, a;basiness: audience. .,.,On Christmas-day: Peter Pedersonbad away 'I ; : 'l= ... 'with-! every ] archase., ;: ., %
; ;bong("A11 Hail the--:Power of Jesus a for-sale..a quart of ripe: straw -, T >C -* 5/ ' .
suit,or Prince Albert or cutaway L JS A handsome Line of ;-c, ; J A large stock of .
Name.' choir prayerv-Bev.: A.. J. berates These "
; : are .the first of the '" ; *]
'coat.that: is'perfeciV In n fit it' ; .1f I Drew; recitation,' 'Emma.: ,.Lindgren; season Ladiest hfrtcWfliQtF( ,c,1'. 1 ..... /-., ;'fkju:. ;; ..''*ft '
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children "TTlsMerry: ChristmasTlme"recltation ulllll <>t.
'" uaiDlD
S- !lal0uable Pry ce., tdf'. r'f ....'
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.x ;Bens Collins recita.tion :Quite number ,of .crates of ,
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: : .If \. .. 'BOYST *,.-., *-* f .. "' \.;....i
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ARCADE BUIlDINO' ,"Freddy PeVan; recitation,Eddy In PEROALEtJ. .a ; i
J.H.CHEATH AM plants, peppers,,peas and beans are being ::: ""-J,
__ AGENT MIAM 1 : :" ..Ehia, DeYan *" .
," i JobnIOD.reelt&tlout: ; shipped from_ ,this place. PLAITED LAWNS : '
recKation,AIvinLindgren recitation 'R
; adyJgejiJ: '
- Qrace1arryTTCcitstionJno.B. ,Hop- Joseph U., (Gunnell, who has been SILKS andSATINS. :
: .:,.,,\. TBe 8 Jnteniatidnai f Race was recltationlAlma Lindgren; recitation 4 !
4 ; very ill foro : about month, died at I . ...
kol.. THarryvCollins: \ ; 'song "The regardIta 'oos ,;-rW.:{, .:_
,' Crash and'
: '' " : t + Warrior's Beturn."')(r;James Hooks: o'clock'Cbrlstmasmorning., Mr.Gun Silk Skirts .,. 11 ;
?- >>- i7: : ,, : : ;.s'isawis : : ftclt&tfoui Mrs.B.h: : Ho ::.:song; neW,' illness was not at first; considered In all deslgnsvLadies'BroaicIothaniiPlash, ti. ;;_ ? t -" ...;.t. 'I .. '
: r ",- and Uncle t3aam'te I in; 'Pass UOGer'the ;Bod '*Mrs. B. . ; Men' :>-:
; overt .. away, Jseribusi'but. be began to grow BICYCLE .SKII T$. '. ;and, BpysiSnoes -; : ,
i ,: 'tbe4eadi. :. In :ev$ry',contest. of Collins u What;a essay Gathering,Mr.J. tBainey choir., ''* ; song,..;" worse and ,his mother and sister wersent t'y-r-":, ;; -: ; '" Q1

? icI'.-j Q' '.m': = for. 'They arrived: Monday;nigh / : ;:HATS.J. ........ .
., s -spe : ftidtheNHITE! Lieut:' ..T. SmHKVindl':Mr...,*JameHooks'treated ; : d I.. : t. ,I" <....
4' 1, 1 bicycle! in the.lead evert timei: : It-T" : the audience to 'a lightning -',i and/will=probably:take the body home ' : t--; j.. .cs.. Etc:: Le.'f. "'.
-
., + )fsoll ; t\ttd; :"' running'that' *;.1 f change ;dialogue,1 I 'wbich tor burial..," :Mr.; Gunnell,will be greatly CAPESt. ....-- ; '- ,
< ; : -; t; ;:wa missed by.all. ;"' ; .1. Of/.' -"" ,' I Come fill EiAminet war good*,hear. ,our ,
t : r: ,'li!doesn't, tire i the;rider:,and:vjery/ i quite a urpriseaindiowthe'tLient'isilamenting 1 . CLOAKS; ETC.: ._"*" fj ?priees.*.* and> "be convinced.WllS. '"* r

,,. ; little I exertion. 'giveVit I wings! ,.W! ,, the loss of his beards{ .,, l;: ;After;?; the 1st of. January Llnfon. 'wil .. .;; ; "" ... "

t 'Eave' them for;idea: women1 and, I >: ,,After .the exercises Mr/;and Mr, be"Delray.:' ti ... -. ". 1 ( .FRANK.\ '
c .ehildrfen,'' and are.selllDg at prices' _:, Downing served I refreshments which'' mw u J.' : ;

/" that.will enablgyou' to make yourself Y ', .were liigbly.enjoyed by all;. A Correction. : .; '

7y.1, .' ( ,, a New\Year gift_,. "& : ,Mesara. Neal' .A Highman:finished, : _Lrrrije'Mgaiorous Bivxa' ;Fla., Dec..20;' 8.EOITOK .' , ., :_ : (

RN lr w.- '; 11 planting,.' ." .last J"";..(Saturday... T" Dlor-- ,: 'e' In_ looking'oTer: '' "Our .Farmers in .Bargains in Real Estate '

,1jamI: Cbmpany. ,Mean.Sp.her& BoMeji! set outrth Figures" I,B,lee.I.am 'credited with ' ?

I last of their ten acres on Saturday.- planting-siii'acres'in tomatoes.: Tarn tfr.: 'J. \;. <,v.- .\...: ,j'4th . ,
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'"* '" A' 'TOOTHSOME: MdlSEL ;' :.Wood' and- A.wife,'late .of"Oklahoma planting"as follows:, 7icreatomatoee T ; : '

'. L '....... . .- -, V % t: Saturday'in Miami.Mr.JamesW. -1' i acre C eggplants,'I.ere' 'beans. } "acre .1st' Lots one, two and four:"Blocs;f,south,'city of'Miami-: .3
spent <
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.a' J;! .- ....;? .. ''' :'). ..:",,"_ "" "'1 : cucnmbersi:: celery' .:if., acres .. : ..' ,. Front on three sttfe I .-......ii; ....,,..:.>:-.t o..{l,g00 r.=
< t.- ";. ;iim' oar rich, .n Ter'rand. juicy Johnson suddenly onions,)}..acres]lettuce, } acre water' ; ;' ""' .
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:y" ;steaks,"_chops,and roasts' : are. a takentiite[ illSaturday/and; jit;'wasieceesry.tocall'in melons/-Yours" truly : .2'd Lots. 16v' 17 '.&* W >BJoe1u: f,' north, city of, Miami. '
z. -,, .:' ''PleMiokchangefrom the rich hoiIdsy : :> &- '. ,", ." Price" each the three" 'this l is considerably . '
$165 or
J{ $450 fpc }
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H". ; -.);_,-"- 'the- festive season; .we-wlll cut ? ;:Dr. Jas.:MT;Jackson,Jr.;,;was/called '''' I .. . . ". .'below. the..grsded-:,' ':;; --"prices.1- :::.. .. :,..... '' 13d ." -_.
succulent choice and tender His Llf.;Was Saved.
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-Iteefsteak, from' the:..sirloin or' out on the Prairie Saturday :afternoon ''II :;J.-E.'Lilly a'prominent citizen ofHatnn'balMokt Sixteen acres close.,io.a1i1., southern .part of Cocoa.. Je
... \ round;or i,.prime roast that W1U'.It' on:a'profeiaioualvisit., 'Tbiarwas; :; the ; l7 had f.wonderto,. . nut Grove.settlement.. Fronts on county road and,00a .
4 i 'acfte. 'the psudered appetite to. Doctor's Qratvisitout: ;; ,bere,:'and ,beseems deliverance ,from a..frigbUul'.dea *.. In,; fine a venoe'running to the Bay,being Lot J, accord,
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h .5.: .' :,}D I .. ''settlement: :;and: 'expressed typhoid: fever that'1wd8D ran Into .pneumonia.My erty of'A;.A.; Bojrgs.}iVi i...>"!...;:.*.''v u ftcer$1,000. '? --
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"with lungs;became :-.l'was so,,
himself.as being,highly .pleased':: .
weak couldn't 'even .mbed.'
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C. H. RAULERSON, this section of Florida.Mr. .*- '"- .. -*;' J",:-'-"1 Nothing helped me.. :1 expected aitrlIp. to soon ; T n.acres fronting: on neW Raved ro d.I half a:mile north

-'' . .'and Mrs::;J.W. Erickson...'and a die of consumption.when,I:beard of Dr., of city.. . :Good. -- place fora. homeland pineapples or fruit.. ; r.l

1IIIAM number of strangers from.1[ a1n1 were King's New.Diacorery.UOne' bottle gave Price.,..?,i*....:=r7....j/ '..*..-..........:... ..*".. 11100.;
Car;A ve.D and 18th Street. great; relief I eontinned;nee it and .
: ix} out Satnrdaynight: in: attendance,to now am well and strong. I can't toomach north
say Fine Bay..Front Lot,with, Riparian rights,just
Christmas tree:"entertainmentMr. : in Itapraiae.: ". This marvellou. 6th.,6th.. f
: ,,: of, .city.limits, sjze: .85x250 feetj.welifenced-and .setout '. f
medicine is the sorest and
a :- u .;' i.. : \ --' :{ -' : and Mrs' Edwin' Nelson were on in;rtbe; world for .all throat quickestand lung cure In great.varietyof! sbrubbefy.an J:fruit-trees. elll '._!;;.J..... : .1

'.. '( : """ ':f!. the.Prairie Monday;;,'callingon''theirnumerous : trouble:' Regular aizM 60 cents and sun advanced.'l. 1f.r: \. i .$
-"It ,,'' '' F"I'I : friends:;i" ./ Trial bottles free at Townley;Bros,'drugstore ( '
.. 'ijHb ZJc3'araball'e; : ; every bottle guaranteed' 6-8-ii :Lot,4.,,:of :Section 81,.and_Lots l'and 2 of Section,,ffi:in; -
4 \ ; : ; n Mesersnddo- ">: :; % t" '? V ar -. ., '-, 1 ;.-_ Township 60,:'S. ,of f .87. E, lita c rng.l11 :'acres.goodquality I -\) 1"!
; to.ship tomatoes about January lOtb-: : RFOr.i3ale ( ,' -
', .' .... ... J<; .' y ', or,Beut.t; :.:. :. '. :, ;-:; W< I -land;/,clay subsoilsplendid',for vegetables' (! < \.
,, Homestead of 160 laud
;lJ ... ':7eari;Neit.HigbinadutdGrtffiD;: -16 acres..under..cultivation, acres, pine about two, 'C:*"C <, ,..ibananas: ,"etc.. Price owl llf-:.................t-M, l:$3.a ,icre. ::5 t! ;

*S'- roc y 1r Brothers.!left Tuesday night for putlerr..b miles from'ulami off tbe sooth side;'of 'fWe"own or:control these . ,. ",.

of. .0.deer, mat-.' ," .._'i:j'J'ffc/, _... f... .., Miami I Hver' :>House and outbuildings. .u. .cash, botinecasa: rJ we can'accept: ;rtcasli.A t to-_ ,- "', r
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