Title: The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: February 10, 1899
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00648
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
alephbibnum - 002075058
lccn - sn 96027198
lccn - sn 96027198
 Related Items
Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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.gf MINCE MEAT.Hp my W*U I1 larao. .or priMe a4dn X. W. ,SAMPLES .. .
7 MIAMI u4... araraall'la.. 64t-Sm-HMl. \ "
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; J. T. $. Mitchell of Norfolk Va. THELeaders
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a Bl .G AlN in the city this week. Mr. PROMPTLY " .. ANY.ADPRESS. tw: !"
., Moor MiseellaeoM Miami> Mitten Mitchell la one of the solicitors of J. $. FILLED.f' 'FRE. .-. ', r' .
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Warner A Co. and will have of :
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Cf' Iheh Mixed HntioieiFor their interests at Boynton. : .
Modestly ;.. ;
., Don't fail to see tbe elegant line of , : , : ,
s' new spring goods at Mrs. Frank'*. It :
.t prteei on Win Nrtttaf and Poultry >Snp- .; ,. ,
pUll of all klnda, addnn X. W. Anndaa. The 'swimming pool at the Boyal I" .A
: AYS" Ormond. FU. ft-8-tm-bcl Palm is attracting considerable attention L. : "
y : ;II Mrs Lester Qranger who has been at present. Daily large numbers \ r:
quite ill, is improving.: of people enjoy tbe luxury of a mid 1 .. ti
Work on the addition to the freight winter bath in the open water. ,!r' ...
A ." Y shed is progressing rapidly. Saunders .A Atkinson, attorneys, ,..- \ ,... ;..
'. I If New ladle and gents' furnishing have dissolved partnership. )[r.Saun- ..of : .\_,' .f.
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goods'arriving at tbe Boston Store It den will occupy the rooms formerly /
f J.W. ProuC is building t neat cottage occupied by tbe firm-while ',)[r. Atkinson L w.Prices. .
Tn llth will find other quarters. );;1 "
on street between Ayes. A -
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a and B. Of sweet and delicate flavor Is Has=.ikeU'1 ,
fancy crown batter' I :
creamery '
r Townley Bros have pat in a .r
;, i. ,: pretty line of majolica ware, souvenirs very. Carroll& McCown. E-14-tt : ," : ,. : } ;
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: } of Miami. J.B..Warner returned Tuesday night ,
.'f The osnal song service at the Presbyterian from a trip to Punta Gorda. Upon bia T.W' it :, it : : : pavilion will be given Son- arrival home he learned of the deathof I ',,,.,
his mother at Bloomfleld, Fla., Sunday .' '> day evening. r t: ;!{
,,.i. .. and Wednesday Matt; at the advanced age. of '91 f.JJrt y. '*. -. .
,;r- Haskell'a! fancy crown creamery but- Is not .p- ? t .. .a
....n. ter for sale in Lemon City only at years. over yet, for. the.Tdeal Dry Goods Co. ; 'f. f :
}';if \ Charles Jordan's.. 6-12-tf Tbe Miami commenced her tri- is making war'in prices of : \ t '. J .,
: weekly rant to Nassau on Monday l. , ,
P. H Loud,Jr. made business ; '
a trip
il. Feb. 18,14 15Never to Jacksonville this Wednesday. night, retnrning Monday thtt-.weet.8he,''Wednesday: leaves and,Miami Friday,each and ' :" : : ; ' ;

; and morning. enters Wednesday, Friday and Sunday k i
if' I. The rock road to tbe golf grounds is for the,nex ,eo days. "
now in fine condition and Is bound to "' }
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become a popular ride of e eltets. ; Of Jacksonvillesuperintendent G' .. :..(...
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of the Y'eeternIJaion,Telegraph .

: .b efaa te.br'c the people of. f Miami had such 0"d" ; 1 '
A rook street is being built from the Co., wu in the city Sunday and ,
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r gn opportunity to select from a stock. so complete pavement on 7th street to the sheds of )(0\1dal1ooklng'' after.matters of interest .O : ;: r
t 'and up-to-date'and: at such low prices. ,' the Biscayne Lumber and Supply Co. "w his company Mr. Dillon. : : d :t rS, .
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stopped at the Boys)I.Palm. ...., .
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Tbe fence about the terminal : : .
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has this with week'been the fence painted about the to correspond depot ,apply_Hayes of' A.oranges:Baulerson:;Dapples,have, nuts a ,Choice.candies -. ' .-; I \'ft' ". .. ..'.. #-. .: . ."!:7.'';1....(. '; ,;;:.'.. '''i-7.3

TheiMpy Dollar Rules Jte World 1 grounds.The are seUinffttrasonaLle.oricea., cigars' and tobaccos. which 6SO.tfi they .:, ..... '; .SH'O't : 1-: .. ,. _; . .. '.. '. :, :,.- :;: ":..-.:...
ji .. custom house receipts for the fft < v'sS- -*. 4vt . ', : l It. t-. :
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.. 't"' .J. C. .as., nbreceotatire of Stev : :" ':C- .. i --r:
; port of 11amMu wek were MOG w We recognize this and:Invite you all to"'comeClotliing far the banner week. In tae history eras A Simpson eo t N.w.,York, ..- f i' t ". ...I- ... : k"N ;-

\ attd"sees. .. e-&ia\-w; :. f'H of the port- arrived YUle'and here has been Monday in conference fronv Jackson with <, ;:ni . ;;: /' : .a.. : :..,... r, :;r"1.;. .-f.i._ .. .'".' f'
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T. Pope,a practical optician, late P. $.,Load, Jr.. in connection with otllns II -"I' $ t...
of Tampa, is in the city"this week : y 1: :t 1 i. .
l Shoe looking.op a location and proposes to important shipping matters. J..fP .... .., .. fr..
Dry. r <>and ""' ''' ''f''' "t
On of
e settle Here. Wednesday each week for the >4 "
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next 00 days both the.Miami and Lincoln :-- or"J r, : .. t.... ...,
J. H.Cbeatham bas received a:band* will enter and clear. This lathe Sola .order to keep' posted '.1D.aU lin !: call onus "... ..- ..- ,i: ,'j "I\;

,, world ,thki.',our. 'purchasing power. enables your! spring some apd suitings extensive from line the of Boyal samples Tailor of- only there port, are in two the foreign United entrance..States"_where and and we will ,show you .the:largest stock of . I .' '...

dollar to rule' There'are glittering bargains'for'r ,C icaRo. clearances of steamers in one da). choice in--Miami ', . 1
r W. H. Freeman is in with another' goods at ., tf ;t; t
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all< who stake their c1ai s'with ri the ortals of' An important meeting of tJteatootholden ..:, ,
.t load of fine driving and working .... ';"'
of the Florida East Coast Telephone ..J.

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store.ATTENTION : >
Horses. Stock can be seen at Coreil's :
t. Co. will be beld'be. Hotel
Livery Stable. c-18-St; Hoy ton, Bo own' Fla. .6180 '7t. ,
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XADIES PLEASE I IIA The sand which was pumped'into the Saturday the llth Inl .-. All, stockholders Bargains: ;- : ;
, Boulevard north of the railroad is beIng .are requested to be present;, : : : fThe ,
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removed and the roadbed leveled t: :
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to tbe old grade.R. The blacksmith,shop on lot 1, block / f- : '

\ WO ''flaw. fttncj, tcaft. }' tQ, compare 'our stock- of ;": A. Green was here tbe first of thaweek 24 A.,Arnold Ave. Dipnrchased.of Pro ldencel! ,last week R. I., is by be-G. following area few ol'alr# 'min Y'bargains ..-c '.'; ,- i.Y,..4.; "

looking after the interests. H. ing thoroughly overhauled and put in for the week I :- ; r r P "
Straw Sailors' Parasols, C. Beetle & Co., commission mer flrat-clasa'condition' tor a tenant, X. ".. beginningJ .. )
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6L chants, Cincln atl. Waddell, bu charge of the property. ,. i'
Imported: Dimities' and Organdies., :, ", Dr. W.8. Graham attended a mortgage C. $. Qrejion Leila HaskeUa fancy a. .;,,a,

z ..' ;Lawns,. Embroideries. ,' Etc.' MPiques. ' attended sale of property to some cbaqceri Juno Mondayand master* in crown this creamery market, butter. It is 6 the-IS-best tf, : <'> ; : : :. -
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-with any.house. 'in ,the State' 'of Flprjda' : we m kno' of> The new Boston: spring Store good,has in tbe tbeuity.finest line All 12th Tbe street repairs between to tbe Avenues cottage.moved 0 and D to, .M"'n' : d; ay..1 ,.r': !e' Jj' 'M ;: l' : ..' :.; ;

I' ejc&ptioris(; ,' antl moreoverchallenge. : 1+ i : any t the latest styles It are completed.by O.Featberly The pUce and will f be ml1 occupied ,. :.. .

'1 Quo in Jacksonville'or: _any,other* .town' to'com i j Tbe atore-room recently vacated by Mrs Featherly and daughter will arrive .. :-f''" Y;, Y.L

ti petewlth'iis,'on' :.p'riccs. We carrv rmore fine \\ S. Belcher is'being ,,occupied by a Chinese I from Michigan about the ,,4k .. '

goods than every- other house :in town putt .p understood laundry instead last week.of restaurant, Uwe instant. r r
Peter PfflOfOij of North Miami 600 pieoat beat Amoekeog Gingham Ladies Miwlin i Underwear -
; ethif'': Sc in order to get the best goods J. A, Lovett,_ representing G. E. prpdupes\ a rtry satisfactory beverage in bin, brown, and all the stud. , "* '. .
i I Markley of Cincinnati in ltd colon, for Monday, at ...-. .. 60 w
was ttcjvy known "
\ it for visit this 1 \ "Russian Koom from '
to store not a : .
necessary you ; as'' this week looking after the vegetable' of The priae ha,*.. .been_ eat fii this Une.GiMt . ,
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i preparation pure milk. It II a
- non- 80 pieces OnUngfl of the-.qullity.
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.,' a,favor, ,.Clot:'on,. , sentimental 1 grounds; .we. mean 'nteresfs of hja; l flem here. intoxicant( and for a'weak and :debilitated regular 8c, lOo and U#o good, to .., . '! Bargains: .:

,.,. to get ,your,trad:2 by deserving it.We devote! 1. this H. T.week Whaler put up and neat J. H.and Lowry attractivesigns have ,' person \possetaaa*, poop teryadableqniUtfo goat.!.. .,.............. .......... 80 Qowns. ,.nioelWJan[ >ed,worth 75ew..... si.80b\ . A' v' ,j ;

.. considerable, 'tinie' J in decorating i t tjip;store with's : in front of their places of bigness I .T, ,.ul iOtey, of: lialuth, Minn., lapn.eoithen.ew :A beautiful line of l>r m Qlnghmmpiltr.lOo < .. "' : .. :'. i ..
in tad Ifo, will ett.: ... 80 QDWMtriffiBted. ot,. abJt
tbe go
1 Suliner /
hat es' Blocks .
th'firie u conductors the F.
,JEP J p.r 1ci' .proj ; ? ; on : -
r ipH. cpmjsrs wU 'ai \, I am preparedto'tuoh' Rj! \aniah ana $!1. C, By Mr. Hickey has become 200.please new ,Spring,ca1 OOII.u rat :with he*and eabnidet7( d\ ..,'+5+.
.as |tQ fflake} jt. !jting! : tp !lie* W as : \ fencing Late from JioWo\ College very favorably .impressed, with 'this fait colon, bertbrandi, at.,....., Be worth 9&M, at.'W. : : '= y
: old stfR1' \Vf s aw Winter Fla. Orders tilteD V section and Is his p"
OUT ; \ ; ff.rk1' casting eyes ,about 44 pieoM Colored DimUfetfot all the > : ;&&
A John 8 w,ll A Co.'s afore for home for himself. f Hotlia Skirls .
a and mll, 6oLadies' witlrtuofa.tad, "
i newett to at.... ..,. *
pttUnt* go a
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's'La: .' : B-ll-4t lw' EnwxjiA Gowzxutz He wants an orange grove site. .. Eoibr herr:trimrttng%"told. etse- ?
: ". 1." It bas remarked You get a chance at a valuable talk. AH ralea PreMlOoodi and SUb Phan ; ti.. ; !'_ ?;
been to us by a large : tt rag to flOO /....,... ,flto 'r
\ wmbftelowdonttt ... ....COST '
i number that ''t'would be quite a convenience Ing machine with each doUtrs wonh I ,.: '. .. .: KYenti
Different, styles of Pa. ras ls. Ii were a light placed in the of goods<< purchased a v OeweUs. Tick. I tits Bonf CIolblturL BboM, l iauJ lri ,M Ito_. .p at..stLaia ...-
;\ ,tbe outer room'' of tbe poetu ce. eta given oat, & F!eba Sfith. 10-tf troy to be doted tee oral*. of prigs ;, ." ,

11.3: On her trip over from Havana pommenolnf I ; next Wednesday the item ,t. .?. ........ .. ...... 76e :
j .Wednesday the Lincoln brought:: 9 Lincoln w.111 carry the express matter ; Sailors Sailors ,'" ,
LadieS' '. \ passengers, the second \\argest passen'gee y of the Southern express company on Ladies :shirt Waists.Thie .
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,,- ,, .Diffeten'styles of Sailors: list,from pavana: np to date.\ her regular trips to and from ftatiua. 1 ,. '
. . i I rLosi...A,:black 'walking erne and A bor lae- .too( "fft. has bees put In Uoe of goods pill ha ow leaden SailorsforeTerjbodjl_ Bemevbtrwatn ,
We ,tlj '1 brass keys: .on1 Sunday last' tbeo. %9 of tke titter, tot the, safety for this vrae.. :tbe leaden, ltd in,order t a keep up 1,
carry < between .
:, .fpore, -cqrsets thn! every\ -o" e rhOUQ. ,. Miami and Lemon'Cl J.. Finder } &?q. at o er aaci"Gt et valuable consign> TSolfaUtatogottLOOaadtl.t5WaaUtoeloeeat......... .... .... s8o with the proper styles JOG 11M call tad ',,

,, \'It' tA e.:. .' ". .'I"i:...'. ..J . .' ,, at::this office.n\C
'se.YL 0 s(1 F. J.a/sst S c per pa'l-' I ' r ::? Thg etatdp; t l tyjft\<< 'and telephone trust Bilk and Satin Waieta at.... .....COST; lint that would do ewdit to say dty.
J : 1 "0 A hanana ; is said to, be the
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n * 1 wir ft are fc.n\ : the $e4 thU week "
wv m !54' i arS *S5. :1: \ latest thins; 'in combinations.[ The ,w
VnA and only few days will 1{
lOllCTSrs' t a tlftftse Retort 0
DOt
4 V IflSVt JJUV h ; both ijatetpf will be 1nfulworkiDf) ) Arena that will consolidate their inter I ...
*1 r ;flSiS. ..! ff-"5i "" order. eats in all effort to control the banana Crockery Carpets
H business of the: country now control !,I .
+ .J. Get y our Sole t .off: :the:earth by'wearing.lx: palrbfn! >ur 2 ' \Mr. and lira. I. Gl. Bower and SOD about three-fourths of the business. . ; -.
( ": -... ; and E.; P., Judson returned to Miami The new organization, it .is stated. : '
$1,50. Shoes for$1.00, jg.: ,. .::: i::!: . Wednesday motoin atterbtvio spent will.he known II1 fruU' \ WsNP.9. CURTAtNETC.; .; t ,
MATTINGS ?
"" Yours, for-honest" ....j'Eif'oil': ": .'. two day at Key West and five days. ,tHavana. pa'Y,1"e\. \\ .. \ aa: rl''N ew.or '
}U. tst. .,. j. .!_' : :. ,. ....,.!.ti. 1> ., Y ';, .
f 1:;' 1 " \\r Insure mp| lt fire with Pred'k e.Mohe -W.; 8. Gavan;chairman of the transportation j ; 'J
'' representing the Hanover Fire committee of the National Y. .-I
Insurance Company, German-Ameri, League of :Commission '
The S1WtrlS81'S't F.LO Merchants,
y) i. Insurance Co. and Norwich Union paid the Mrntorous a very neat com (' \
./ Fir In. pliment this week. Mr. Gava state Id I D
.>.Vic' j at the I resbyte'ian church that during the 27 years that he had ea uOO "
.t Sf ..d morning and r- 'p1 ''bt. the commis"'l\n' wri', .,: M .ry iU.' :e
t Oulce uiiQing. Morning sublect, "Tbe Four Corners bas never found,.so complete' 4 piece of . _
I of B nday." Evening service conducted work as tbe schedule published in this i ; .: .
J. Wi; -ESTES by tbe choir. I paper cf the crops In this section

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not be well 'for the city council to take 4,4
pcaLI..ItD aT BUT I ONLY SELL
action in the matter

: ,. tit Biy Blsci)'sac Publishing'Compuy, The registered voters in any county

MIAMI DADE COUl'TT.FLOUDA ID this State to change the
...... wishing =
The mot Southern Newspaper published OBth location of their county site, shall present pf
mainland of the Ualtad Mates at the .. FURNITURE.Just
to the board of county commissioners -
,i __ mot tkmthera railway terminal. ;
of such county petition signed
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> i'rd tD the PiMtofflee at Miami.Florida
M aecoad-claaa matter. 'by,one-third of the registered voters,
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Subscription Rates. praying for a change

a Ore year..... .... ..... .. .,............_tl.CID such'site; upon receiving which, it becomes
hit menthe... ............ .................1.00 t tbe duty of the county rommlssieners come and see FREE the Special
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fUuM paying ad ranee will receive a year's to order an election at tbe several $
n' subscription lot $1JO, and six months nb
,'r .ertoUoD for 7s cents. TbU U a liberal dla- precincts in such county fOl'tbe -
q. count to induce strictly adraaee paymeata.SIVQUt location of such site giving at least BU48IA KINO A LOAN FROMUNCLE I
a Rates. thirty days' notice thereof. BAM. Bargains am offering : _
Advertising Tbe county commissioners shall on .

CO. MH. OJfB W'K. OKE MO. 'TBKKS'MOB. HOC.MX TIAB.ova the fifth day after such election, ordered for A Arm Rock : $2
$2. large rjonly,
aforesaid canvassthe A full
1 'lUCh. ....i100100 1400 fees t 1000 u publicly size Mattress
Inches.. l BO too oo 10 60 same, and the place receiving! a
> Inches.. GO 400 100 15 00 1800M majority of tbe votes cast at such election "
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i Inches.. too too to M isoo 8000 shall be tbe county site, of said Comfortable Chair for 50c. .
co4M MOO A -
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I ''n Oeol) 400 110 isoo good .
.. for ten and shall be
e Gebel. too 14 oo MOO 4900 county yean, itt! 'f"
t ( T laches ." too too it on 117 COIM MOO the.daty of said commissioners to erectu

fet 1 t Inches.Inches.... too 1000 1100 toot 1100 WOO StOO MOO MOO soon u possible a court house and One new settler says I am selling as cheap as they could buy in New York State. ,
t 10 ineo1) foo isoo nto stoo MOO |ail,and to provide suitable offices for
11 lachrs.. SCO U 60 MOO" 00 ,,7900 ill county officers, who are required '
It l Inches... 860 1ft00 WOO 42 00 7800 ,
g IS Indies..too it oo stoo 46.It. W by law to keep their offices at tbe Come and See myLAMPS .
14 Inches . 160 11 00 SOOO a Ot1ft MOO court house,at the place selected as the .
: Incht-k.. 10 00 It 00 81 00 tt 00 MOO county seat aforesaid.
It laches... 10CO It 00 UOOrMOO' M8M .It will thus be that but =
17 laches. 11 00 90 00 tt to ft? 00 lOtOO seen a majority RUGS MATTINGS ETC: =
. ,It Inches.... U 60 tt 00, StOO 8000Ittaehes moo C of all votes cut I III necessary to the '
r ... ItOO. tJCO ,4000 8S08SO 118 A selection of county' site and not two- ,
I In.(I cot) It Ile' SS OS 4900 tt 00 mooHUu :
1z" Local C JioderUtioa reading aottcaa from 7 oeetta these=-Ua.'*. thirds believed.all the votes cast as erroneously A carefully selected stock of FURNITURE such as you will need is always in stock. SatIsfaction'Is


''i m i guaranteed. My Undertaking department is up to date, and a full supply of -wood and met l1i ..ca
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WAS AND THE TREATY.The
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,. precipitation of war in tbe PhilIppines I
*COMPiBATIVE DISTANCES.
by Aguinaldo and his follow- EDWIN NELSONV!

our force. in and about .,

Corms rrom Ktr Mrsanila"'and tbe oatsaa-e of the Paris .
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T Tampa Miami RTttt / MIAA: I
w treaty by the Senate are two Important I] ,;:.
Kilts MUM Mlles

I "_ Ktr west...... .... 1 ....... events of the week, The vote
Hirana.Banilsro. .. .......... $1N.tsoul upon thetreaty, was 'pan event which / Legal Notice. Notre:pf \llatntioa to
................ 808m. n4I1? DANIA DOINGS. New York and Florida Special. ;
deCaba...... 40$* was forced i )jtue by the position of Finest train in the South, com poleduclu.helJ lM 'vii Cued COOBT or THI Miners' JVDt- Leiteri Patant APpijf01tJorWJ ,
I Cl;+e Haytiea. ... 1441 tile ,losurgaaM In' the Philippines. of vettlbuled CIAL ClBCCJT Of FlOBIDA IX AMD fOE DADS
Olenfaefoa (rla We are Modelo no longer. The poet- sleeping, Notice 1s hereby gives that the a ;l
Windward Faaatft).. 18480S SSIttt Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday office t being Dsnia, the station was drawing room, compartment, dining County In CBANCIIT.EUXABITH win apply to the OovenKHtrf the State of i1e'., I

Clentutros Cap baa(Aatoalo ria. ).. 1110n night the..slaughter of the insurgents changed to the same name. and observation cars, steam heated (widow J.Mooai) )I ITi. Ida for letters patent upon the charter below< ,

t 1 fra Join. 11M tat 101 by our troope who were acting on tbe Mrs A. W. Beed and daughters Gail and electric lighted leaves Tampa (ForeelosureoMottaagi.HAIar upon the flnetaUaa|a f f tbmarrv*.OiJavil" I
Dachas 2:06 Order of Publication. *
f Mbasao ( 8:07: a. m., St. Augustine at : p. m. STITU. .
4 Is'andi)... ..... 1S4 .e.. defensive, until 4,000 of the natives and Edith and baby George of Hampton and Jacksonville at 8:16 p.m.daily aDd M.J. Ta. ,j J f hM x..**
Is., are spending the winter at bU wife. J : yWM.LI;Ab W2(
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: .I bid been killed in and about Manila "Tiger rail Hammock" with Mr.' and except Sunday; arrive Savannah 1:ft Upon application of Ills*beta J. Moon,the ( ;:L

with a loss to jour troops of 40 killed Mrs. F. J. West Mrs. Seed and .Mrs.' p. nf., Charleston 10:46: p. m., Washington eompialaaat In the above entitled canes It ;Jn\1.I
-e . 12:46 noon, and New York
West are sisters. boar taa afidarlLof Walter 8. Graham 9
and,liS Bounded,was an event of suf; 6:43: Po m. Apply for reservations and appearing auxin.The
-(sM decide three Mr. r 0. Etkilton of Chicago, the one of tbe attorneys for the said Elizabeth
I
flcient importance to of tickets at 188 West Bay street, or address undenlgnJhereby associate themselves
portaaoa Ut a BosM eTtrais. le J. Moore, that the defendants, Harry
winter
Dsnis is here for the d
promoter,
/ the obstructionist: in the Senate upon F. M. Jolly, D. P. A., Jacksonville for the purpose of enaalzla a corporation: oa- '
"i+ : lie Times-Union ao 4 CUisea of reont different coarse of action' at lion'. and has several of his friends with him. ; B. W. Wrenn Passenger Traffic Stites deata of and tbe If State J. Stiles.of Florida bU wife but are are reddest nonresi- der tilt la.wi of Florida; f :
date makes an interesUng show- day's session of that body: When tbe They are having a very enjoyabletime Manager, Savannah. f
I of the United Btate and mat there U no | JAX CU I. Jj r .
question wu brought up in executive hunting: and flshine. They' are ; p I. ) t' j j.Sconoir : p.
lug of the growing importance. the session and a vote taken it was found unanimous In the verdict that! this Saw and Planing Mill oa la tae State of Florida the service of sabpaaa : u'Tna name of this eorporanoa lharibe .:,

-, port of Miami by(way of oomparisoo{ that the friends of tbe measure had a climate it away-shead ot the 20 degrees I wish to announce that I have a upon whom would bind the. defendant; the MBiacayne Lumber and supply Com- :-,

( with' the port of Jacksonville. Is says: majority overall of one vote,thus ratifying ' below zero they are having at home. fully equipped saw and planing mill, and that the laid defendants.. over the.p per"j .0:

"Daring $be month of January last the Paris tl'tltJ'At- this time The lumber' on the ground for the and am prepared to attend to the wants of n.:yean.It .therefore. ordered that the said defendants BJSC.S. its state, of fastness wul** '.51 ii

there entered at JacksonvUlf from the Philippines are oar property if we I erection of a new freight and passenger of any one wishing anything in this rid.County florida. f A .
If J.8tttee. ala wlfa;do & I'
8tlte+
foreign ports,1 steamer and 11 schoon see fit toe them; or they are ours depot. The people here will certainly line. Lumber also In stock for sale. Harry land AXTXCLBIL: A l; "i""
: t en. Daring the same period 90 steamers for sale: or barter. An aggressive : appreciate this move by the railroad Ecoxint: DzBAOOKT, appear to answer the Bill of CompUUtlatheabort .Szcrro1.1egniraiDatur9cthebOtfnes t ..,.
1 entered toe-port of,Miami .from coarse has been decided jipon inrelation people. Dania U coming to the 6-18-tf Cocoanut Grove. entitled cause npon thrSth to be transacted will be the baying and eDJnK ,

4.. foreign, :oountorietk ,The"cletrlags to the Filipinos;and it is proposed;. front and we venture to sty that -no Day ot March X ]). ISSt. of building materials all kinds; also of fertll- -

t, a ,werefoHows: .',i Jackspcrille;' I; .to vethem a.lesson In war .which station of its size along the line handles No Right to Ugliness. the same beiug the Gntonda,11I said month.. bert,crate-materials sad the nkt BunntactarIflg -

'. ,', 'schooners and I bark*for foreign porti. wUfbe a lurprl".'to them.-" Tbe,-war u much freight as they do here. Tie woman who lovely in face, form at the office of tae Clot of said Court at Juno, sod b1lUd ll.Sac. .

t < it S Frotd3ItmiIlleamersand 1 schoon with Spain closed with the ratification J. W. Clark, manager of the Modelo, and temper will always have friends, but Dade County, nor 1.. .3 The .eompay may cparajt f Ap, 1IJ httrs -

,'' : car- ',Tonnage from Miami, ,DlM, of.the treaty and WI are now conducting General Merchandise Company postmaster :one who would be attractive most keep And U is farther ordered that this order of ,ettn la eoanecttoo wttb Us business.

t ... against 'M,elr, from Jackson viUe. a war against rebels to oar government and general hustler, makes frequent !bee health., If she is weak, sickly and all publication be published la the MiAfi If iraor- Sic.1. It may boy and Men produce and other

,'\NuDtb.r: ',of men employed, clearing, ,, Whatever'course we may pursue trips to :Miami in the interest of I ran down the will be nervous and irrita out, a newspaper published la If lam/Dad* merchandise apao comraleaion. f I r
,
Miamii> ,,against 670' at Jmcksonvllle in the future u to tbi Philippines the several firms with which be it con ble. If she has constipation or kidney County,Florida,once a week for lour fmsectt-. 8ic.C<<; It.'matbar. feat oselt t
'wit ..1\ ;: enterinr,''Ulamlf...aplD" It stands' this government in hand at nected. I trouble her impure blood will cans tire weeka. n est ntlte.{f J : d'fllH f 1 r ;. q., i

"?:.. a: ,Jii ". esT Jacksonville," .. \ ,' ..1 this time to punbb'severely its unruly Mr. Eeeler of the Florida East Coast pimples,' blotches, skin eruptions sad a Done and ordered at the Clerk'a office at B1tct&
t .... 8JC'TIo.: 1; The aotnorized stock r .
..b{:::' ._ ;: The,'earningt:pf .1i4 oDinl..rlr children.r-,.. paint car and hit assistant, James wretched .com{dnxion. Electric Bitters.. Juno Dade County, Florida' this Uth' day. ,of Fifteen TbonmbdDdbn., capital' it'

7";'" -. the month aft opt given.! ':Thfings urge'' . 'J- L., ,- mI, Ross of Daytona, spent late Sunday is the stomach beet medicine liver in and the..kidneys world to ana regulate to January.A. D. W99. 8 c.t The capital shaQ ia> dlrided it iota one
; iBeal of Circuit Court] ,
J., -' '" .i 'ot the'jportitr Miamior. the l r r 'Yore'Miami Mine. Meat. looking over the fine property here has verify tbe blood. It gives strong nerves, A. L.QUIMBT, tumdred and a y tlmst ot m..l.hondred doflarteach.
Keeler
i 'owned the former. Mr. <
\-i; ;montb of Jaantr .W.Were iA7SJ: 4 11 ; =- !I I'.added by 60 lemon trees to his grove.M brigbt' eyes, smooth, velvety' skin, rich Clerk of Circuit Court la1\ rsubseribedjj .5... ( 1

,'t. .'jllackla4 1M pf beingg/tnuchas theenUrttarnlnfftoftbe l. Several have* complexion. will make a good-look- and for Dade County,Florida. hc.S Ali ltDek p141O4'to I
klcg4fiahingpartles
but .... S > Schan here looking after his in of run-down in I. flail at Ita par : oCV {
I.t..r ; :'office for'lbe been out this week and good catches jr.charming woman a Kossixa A GSAHAX Solicitors. for Complaln- aerSeUV.uJT'
.
''' ', 'J- various Interests in Dade county He valid.' Only 60 cents, at Townley Bros. ..Uo4&L.. _talus of tic f
two preceding 'pnlocIatowbleb are reported. this ; SKcTt Tbe stock shah not be assessable.riXTioue .t,
years, has.the crack pinery Of section drop ate re. 6.811
..:, .1' "there were po eottoms.collected, here. f Indian,agent JJ. E. Bret' \ arrived In :and Justly feels proud of it. ant.THE ry.

CoDtfDuIDLbe'Times-Union. and CitA Miami thia,week; Mr. Bretcht spent I The:scene around the starch factory The Inauguration of the New Yor'kMiamiHavana StcrtoKLTms eorporatjou'soafl exit to a {
"IUD bu.tIiIa touyi.4;t d..v: l.- ) ,t) considerable Um, here last winter. these days: The Sleeping Oar Line. THELittle term of tweary-re years, .
it a very busy one ,
t "WJ h these Drures before Coorrevs. .Ji.-, FttgaztL4; ,Oo." of Cincinnati machinery all in place and everything Effective February lit tbe Southern River'I ARTICLE Y. .OJ.lSBCTIUV '
,itlsstrang*:indeed,that there_14 quota some nice tomatoes from Miami in readiness to begin the manu Railway Florida Central\ and Peninsular 1. Tnr,basinets; of the'.orpotatIos

iS ** *. ."': .,have been oo appropriation, granted as Celling at W to fU6' and .good..demand. . facture of starch. The company has a Railroad, and tbe Florida East I Is to be conducted by a board of director' composed -- i
= for.the s ot &IT..ThUwondertol of tares ttockaoUtrt.
", 't deepening Biscayne Kfffplantif IS.H P r orange large force of men at work: digging the Coast.,Railway will operate through Hotel .'
K I ". _: showing has been made box. .Green ,beans;ti to t.W.."+ Wax the coon tie root and expect to be in Pullman drawing room sleepers between ', Scc.1 The.dlrtci1'WW'be tleettdbrjottof A

."bT the liberality of;one 'man- HeurycJi.Flsgler. beans.**.to >as.S5,and 'peppers. 11.76 operation by the last of this week. New York and Miaml-on the U. Is now open for the aeoom Dod -. .w the'stock on UM'nrsVTnesday+ U 'Unary e| ,'
.r ; : During the history, of eurHSation to ...i': ':t.c: : v. ..v This is a big thing for our plaee.Kr.'O. 3. fast mail, trains 86 and- 86, daily, tics or the traveling public. It each yeai,tied sfan hold:offlc* until' their sue- :
which
-astonished th elected
.nations The of Miami this week leaving New York 12:06 a.m. Jacksonville it nicely and newly fitted eesaors are aDd qnaafy. t
: of the Old ,World in rapid devel ) streets are Etkilson II having the Oleson 11 up. Szo...,TbI dJre ton shall meet Immediately
: opments and gigantic business being :supplied with electric light house, which he now owns,'ceiled inside 9:20 a.m., arrive Miami after the stockholders'meetlag and elect OM.ot
.. .. leave Miami: 0 .. RATES
Returning i
which close together p.m. .m.rJaeklO.Dllle
pole are placed vary
rises that,have1'stagrered'tb/wisest and painted outside., their Dumber President.another Secretary and.
,anancien of the Old world has and upon the end of. which an 8 p.m.,arrive New York the third Treasurer of the eorpor.trodsac. ;
none
Your correspondent took'a look at .
,teen' of more importance to the whole incandescent light Is 'belaK'lnltaUtcI.ID this found second morning 8:H a.ra. $ 75 Day' : 4. The shall also a s'
the crops one day week and ,For further Information, apply to per directors appoint gm- -
few
a' very ,days more our city.ttreeeta
x nation, than the development of the_. them very fine indeed: 'We have no of tbe above eral-mABacer.waamayb...* tail!their ova
companies or
1 : I port, of Miami" ., -.. -wiU. be thoroughly lighted. iV hesitation in saying they will compare B.any W.agent Hunt,Florida Passenger Agent, SPECIAL RATES I uomber,If they sq eject.Sec. . .
' Like Taapa,'and la fact all harbors 'V the shipping'season advances tberepresentatives favorably with any in the county. No.212 West Bay street Jacksonville BY THE MONTH., .a. Until; tte, stoe bolder ;.ssetttiif'is
,
> : "on .tb. aa1r and tooth Atlantic 'the of the numerous,.commission Some shipments have been made of to- January.1900,Frank X. Bond wm btf Pnatdeat s

..- harbor"Of,Miami was not originallynavigable : houses of.the>.northern aDd< matoes and very satisfactory returns Flay Patronage solicited from all touristsand Wmiaaa M.Browa,Secretarf,aad L C.Oliver, -
for-vessels drawing* more western'markets flock to this*section. received.. Florida and-West India Limited. erdihu: : :ir.rseU1e Treasurer and General ilaaacer.and tbex.shah

than v-eJght fret .T v ..brougban'expenditure of considerably "eld.1I4 an inspection of the".crop &C.a, Vacancies upon the Board of Directors
owned by F. J. West, s.1 ok.1niOSoe. train to the north. Leaves Jacksonville -
't ". mor ahan'109A)0) by the"lastOoast all are amazed {the possibilities! of The 1,700 orange; lemon and. grapefruit via Plant System 8 a. m. daily; tfrSm-UI-m rroprtatora.ARBERIH6. shaD be .aUe4.bJ the remalaiac. directors or'T..
,Bailway has been Increased to a the Bay section. director sad tae DeW directors shall'bald sniff A
7 and New
trees are putting on tb..prfog arrives Washington a. m.
rn ,channel.depth of It feet. Added to O. Weaver &i P.oof 129 S. .:Water growth and many are full of blossoms. York 1:08 p.m. Ticket office 188 West the aext regular< meeilnf of the stock;, c .
.* which is the magnificent wharf of the street Chicago writ the J TaotoLU1caad R. { laolder;wheD neb'e /may U either ratified -
.. ; Tomatoes; eggplants,beans and peppers Bay street, Jacksonville. .
Eatt Coast J3tea.. the oraaewSUrector'
> stockholders
hij lines/affording by or
y truckers
DIDC : "against shipping planted between the rows of citrus -
comfortable ,berths for tbe half dozen tomatoes too lor,8ale. directors maybe elected U.all Lich,tacam.. Ua -
'.. ; green,as a good many: trees are all that could desired II '
',r: oeean-going steamers'.y loading shipped from this 'section have been Mr. West has already shipped nearly 160 acres, pine land, 16 acres under for tip nnezpired term. e
.Y .or unloading in oar harbor..:The They write that well colored and uni 800 ;crates of beans 100 crates of egg cultivation about two miles from Miami 4RT1C1Z W
:; cost of this wharf,could not hare been fornMized fruit bring|4 readily:while Up- 8acnoJf l.,Jbe highest; MaountAt iDdtMr: !
r .. plant,and has no kick coming on the on the Miami river. This place ? .
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-.:''""'" less than UO/XJO.. green and irregular fruit is very slow returns. ,The first crates of eggplants contains a large number of tropical r nets or gablpty.to!llcb tau ctxparatlaa AD,t .. 'I':..
:' ..' ' :With three lines 'e1lieam ri at any price.; ' 14. shipped to New York netted $3.68 per and other fruit trees; 40 acres of fine tQ- jttmdollars. subject.itself shall be Meea tboglaad '
in ;:between;Miami Nassau CubaA.lv .
ply r
_ and The:ways and means committee of crate. If that keeps up he will take glade and pine land at Cocoa Plum. ABTIOLK VJLSECTIOHI.
'S. y.Westand'the'necealtyforaddlt
;_. -r': .......:. oDa1Uta.&o8aD ,Cub,and the house has recommended that tbe trip to'the'mountains" ,next, summer Will divide 80 acres on Key Largo, Date.-; The nines and residences of the
Miami Bat it won't. fine. Also other valuable
port of be advanced from a port very proper-
;Porto Pico,the basinets importance of subscribers are set to this] CMrtpt to tftUawo) r .
for entry for immediate consumption oies. Inquire of W. J. SHOXX/ 4 ;
:Miami"has gone ,beyond;: the Ixp ri. e of aq of the fureeolnff end of thejr wntthertto. "
Cocoanut Grove Fla.
a '_ meatahtace..y ,: ::=_ ;_ v I--,- to which a port immediate transportation, ,Wood for Sale.. 6-li-tf-ycl One of the necessities of mank'pdIs ) io!", :r

,.6 Y Twelve feet Of.water, will not bring means importations. can, be Dry pine wood 16 inches long at $2per Blanks. the barber shop and nothingmakes Wjni&ittJf,Brown,TUmTffle,Florida. i M,
in bond
r .' Miami tbe'ooinmeree' of Sooth Amer- 'forwarded instead,- ,' of duties" string delivered.. Address,or call Legal a man feel more at ease in a Frank E.Bond.DeLaad,Fla, {
J1ca, nor*yet- make -her for naval rendezvoos having to.be paid here. ., in person at saw mill in North Miami. ,Tbe Humorous has for sale a supply barber's chair than to know"that L.C.OUrtr.. MUml.Jbu

.;. S rl .. which most of necessity be in J.N.Chamberlain, the Royal Palm .6-14-tf, P. DlBlQOKT.CATHOLIC. : _of legal blanks, printed from clear- everything in neat and clean that R .
our southern; water*'at an'early day photographer," baa aome very fine views faced type upon heavy linen ledger the work is first class and tbe work-, STATE OF .. 'a_
FLORIDA
: 'to secure 'Which we must move on the of Havana and;'vicinity which be secured paper:: Tbe stock consists of deeds, man competent We run our shop Brerard CouIIt)'. { '...

,, r :national'capitol with prayers and petitions while over there last week..They THE mortgages, quit"claims, leases contracts on first-class business principles,. t OD this fth day of November A.D. 119I.pv- .
for an/appropriation for jtb* are; faithful representations of the AMONG CHURCHES. bills of. sale, etc. They are superior cater to tbe public (inw general and soaauyeajne before me Winfaua M.Brown to ,:
'harbor'of'Miami-all'of,wtich,'how scenes they portray j::"One of: the bone in paper to the ordinary blanks guarantee our work nw penoaaDJ wen known and acknowledged -

ever is not likely to come to pass without yard at the cemetery livery interest and are constructed especially for his ezecatloa, of the above Charter.
tbe asking.' ''Miami has a future lar./.Kr.Chamberlain tells tbe storyot '.' Miami property well.being,of the ".7-tfi... UP-TO-DiTE BARBER SHOP GEO.. ROBBUiS a. ;

d S boundless in material possibiliUa;but the bone yard,, scene very graphically Sundays Early mass at 6:. m.; late ,legal forms required in all transactions Notary '
; mass and sermon,at 10 chool tf Public.Y.
there- t Ja,' an old, axiom, 4God helps I ; Sunday-. "tom- Seal.] .<
J those .that;help themselves." ,Miami -When any of the "residents" of the at S p. m.; rosary and benediction of lime. I******** STATE OF FLORIDA,I ./' J 1
,+ b shruld lose' no time'in organixinjra cemetery at Havana',under: Spanishrule the blessed sacrament at '7:80: p.'m. Hi* Life Waa Saved. t CouatyofVolosla. f -.1
board trade'tbe first of which Week-days Holy mass at..7:80.eYtrJ prominent citizen Ou ibis of .;
of duty failed to taxes their lots t.&ids1yi of t9tla day oYPJDbert A. n..t ,per: ,
,should be the selection of a competent their bones were pay removed upon and thrown morning. Ah elus, bell ring*_ 'at'6 Hannibal' Mo, lately had a wonder]) BSLEXINGTON ..ppearedm'.e i=ri ) fi; ,iA.1 J ,

eotimittee:;legislation, instructed Into a bone,yard, until Ja tbeceoturiea :.vr.,12.m.:and 0 p. m.every day.f . deliverance from a frightful death.; In 'au; penoaaDrnon sad p1M blf\ ." ,,
S T, .,' too-Wasbiucu>uratlh ;iw<1nniog past this yard reached ithe 'proportions - ,niSBTTUtlAX.Rev. tolling of ithaaaysI was taken with execution of the above Charter, '

oft.beJ3 er-Matr M<%(,Oonr9HUd to of 60 feet square and four feet '" W. W. Faris, pastor. Services typhoid fever' that ran into pneumonia.My 81DNBY A.HTOQO, :

?, stag there nnUI"th J claims of' Miami cep. J. IT. Chamberlain tells tbe at the pavilion, corner Hth street'%nd ,longs became' hardened. I was so Notary Public.VLOBIDA '.z

arc suitably recognized. The YBnou- story in a photograph he this Ave. D,opposite Hotel Miami every weak I couldn't even,sit' up, in bed. eori9lflttaGBNBRALW INQW Meats '
'OL-S,rwpecff oiy\fagft) that MayorKlify .t'tMkfot" t. Nothing helped me. I expected to-coon STATE OF ,!
calVST, dep Of Iaorion IU :",eJ[., : Sunday at 11 a. m.Also Sunday even County of Dade. 1 1I '
't tteetifa I 7'tfaa.busies 'J. i.t t. At Ings at 7:80 o'clockexcept.eeond and die ot consumption when I beard of lli.KIDg' .8MIT .
tl1.J utah'eeobl On ski t ttb day of December A. D.189,
- per'sonallr
Co. '
:men of Miami for the purpose)of ornn-* Qo tin rfSSpington fourth Sundays of the month. NewDi coT8rJ''. One bottle gave \ KY.. '" :

t' -'", hIDe a board of.trade.- street, ITewl.Yorltiiay they cbooj' aid W.g. m. All ..re'cordial. Sunday-I, great relief.;';I continued to use it and yme dxealsv dkM......ai, tttpoaalTheMrntoroLis ... I aonaOy tame known before,and ackao m. L.C.wledcetf Other Uateze,fame otioa prr- r
; j ',. think .eggplants :'will do better next now am well and strong. 'I can't too .I .J rf'" )lit.
-,.""' '''A-I _. I '..,.. west .They expect ,.fi', er orange invited! Jo Uip Iprllpra, much in its pr.i.Tbie, marvellous say ( CIL1EIE Of KT .-of.the- above Cnartet.{t. 3 C 4' f" 1aWALTE i

;, THEcOUNTBZAT.. .. box FDOB' JfondayV and Tuesday's <'MxTHOD1T.'zrlsoopAL: (BOOTH}, necLcin is the surest and quickest cure Jlwa.dsd>YaA...tRwla'M>res11.M, a '..G..A"f. .ilJJ; .I, +'
5 1' "' b' steamers sold a*12.74 and S3 3 Bev. _Of'Fred Blackburnpastor.j I. .14 Rotary taKoUryStaLl.: i .
the
; 1'be .tl el': JI! dlyaplotcMngtifog fojpaor .in world for all throat and lung a i1 e Ia e1 said T.4 d r
IW-tlon I. she'setectIaR, 1or perorate Alk-rli'*pirM beans$t 0to Now worshiping In"building, corner trouble. '.Be.Il1IIaraizM 60 crate' and fljO& e. (
eialissy
? ;" M perorate; >Our growerf pan not Avenue D and 9th street. Sunday ser- TrialbotUe-free Townley Bros.'drug '

seat,ao.cfl"po jD rf pas beui make any mistake to,shipping jtAttjiflan. rices,11:a. m. and 780 p. m. Sunday store;" every bottle guaranteed. .0-8-ii 1eattsell''Q=:r plem...., ANTED-8KYIBAL TBUSTWOBTBT

In the lay tei..b,otu citizens., who gp'pert .' Tbel"-"U'JnI.... . : :reliableitA .. ., taboo) 'at""10 a. ,m. Prayer-meeting ,?'n. "*"'*' _.. ._........... t r..ti.. i W persona In this st.t e tn maaaft ov-bad (
' .. - "* 'e** at 7':80r er+i.eM a Ps tenth.. art in their own end natMr eooatica. 'U la +
evening
Fedaertaj
:'I ;:-'tke It ems. .._uwes chat the '*><:gg>8i, liver cr .' r drnv sinessl.aargrand rj Solicitor Wanted.An anuu.wu.an..IJI1D.Lamagt..x,. mainly offie work conducted at home. Salary -, Kf.titit'll

etf'P..1 t'f'! ____ r.t: Kia&.. kboo'd bran, 1 ferli' spat .. D .1.1M U1'1.O.' COxOiGiAT, ,: :. QNtC"&lot energetic bu ,ness solicitor' vanI\ I tf ;;:;:::::: n. ..a., txr.DOP.:. 4 c O< jtr "rtp n *- -+ecf.ae, '_
S rni ewmrtr + r w oleBsu .
I. .o. DonaeAe Ufo m. r > Monthly I?%
A. BimmoLi Lif j ; jron e Grove Bpv. Tame!' ed oo commission. '
W u. __ ..7\.tl seat, .,:th..4 eLa.t, I L fereoer ''lice '.Uec1'.s ..cem.cael"'r
its I the liver and cheerful energy succeeds pastor., Public 'e.H sne eyes} ROIt.iQ'j ;cp H. V*V..su ft Co., --- = t E. =esy TrcM. DepC Jfr
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Tbe UTKOTOUS, however, feels it alttggilbnas. : tel m. and 7 6-14-2tf I for fine .'--.aiv ; .-:;.r.:; 'L 141tD.J.pos gnl w
>> am J Agents,
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The latitude and State of Ohio, of Toledo ton of the State. The
FARM GROVE (GARDEN dependent upon City season was as :
a weber conditions; in die South Lucas County, es. usual at this time xrf the year, dry'and T e I.oIY.Ol1a; ) -' N user *- )t:

MATTERS THAT WILL INTEREST \\dcre they can breed OOD'tlouou.'Yttbere Frank J. Cheney makes oath that hot and in spit of the most careful s y 1 '
In ''he is ihe: senior of Aadio< QW1so 1899' c&tatofc&) 'i. *1.l'f l'
AND AID SOIL TILLERS.Correspondence being as many a* eight a partner of the firm g and daily watering, not one
year.: F. J. Cheney & Co, doing business in plant ia a hundred could be made to What Plait wd,lto"to.VIi.at tt !11 ; : ". ,
To prevent such: injuries several the' City of Toledo, County and State live The thermometer gave the reas .
of Experienced' Men
Tells an&bod 15.5't..as Melt eI ,.1- ,
and Iiteresting Extracts Prom points are well worth attention. Have aforesaid, and that said firm will pay on. The soil at midday, four Inches ;

Our Agricultural Exchange Concerning the granary tightly built aid cover the; sum of One Hundred Dollars for underground, woUl register from 9% I j I Fruit Trees for Florida ;Planting

Our the windows witch wire gauze to pre- eaieh and every case of Catarrh that to 102 degrees' with surface temperature + .
Farm
Crops. D tot vsrleUe of ekolc malts ,
venit the entrance of loeecta cannot be cured by the use of Hall's: of 103 to 140& degree Uoxnlgnt ....Ua.Udr.al'lnU.'ethlsg qvAf' .....*... Over HtHaiuUnmeU u4J1ow"-"h1"HU.u..,........I taw.. w.. :
In storing grain, make the bin deep Catarrih! Cure. as wen attempt to set ont tobacco .'stag av rtUbt* Album Swat.... Pratt" asi Mee.. Tk/e Ila.d..eV.1I, ( c ,
"Weevil" in Grain. will is..us few o "'" .... to'.0Df1' 'WW&a-,*yt tf l..se a laver
hither than with a large surface, forT FRANK J. CHENEY.Sworn plants In. the fire. of Iae trans estl Ytowew 1.

The enterprising farmer wbo stores T pMTths do not penetrate' far beneath ., to before me and subscribed These climatic differences must be OVER ONE-HALF MILLION TREES IN STOCK.. If
his grain, awaiting+ a big'her price, is
; the urface. carefully taken.
10 my presence, this: 6th day of December Into the account. As
often sadly disappointed when be sells A frequent ,agitation of the grain A. D. 1880. we go South, in Florida' or elsewhere, ORNGESi1ORANGES:-
at the top of the market, to find that wvlt: destroy maoylof the moths, but A. W. GLEASON, the time of setting must be pushed . /' ;

It that haze'it been so riddled than by "weed.had .1 It" J Infested with Gralnary Weevils' this <(Seal l) Notary Public. backwards. The euiler fee plants are I I Satsuma Orange on Citrus Trifoliat Stocks. a Specialty :
brings more
no should oat be done It will In the ground, after (be of :
a* only &:.1'. Catarrb Cure is taken. Internally danger
I
r been sold: Pft, u'lly.' distribute them throughout the grain and acts* directly on the blood frost is over, the beter. The growth PEACHES rSSift I.IN Ieti M W pad testa s..u l PEACHES

the term "weevil" is rather a oom- aDd they Ive equaUy: well any place' and mucous surfaces of the system. healthier, tbe danger from Insects ...... ....,..ta.. x

pretoenrive one, being commonly applied In the bin. Send for testimonials, free.F. :es.. The last of February or toe Plume, Pears. Ptnl...... Fig*. XaiberrieB, Orspsta4
to almost every insect Infesting REMEDIES. first of March is probably ta* best euw frsits*' lowers...... ft*rtrlas".....*la M.a -
J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
stored food products. Bat only Jour i time I la the :latitude of Tampa. Orlando _Over [ooartetlee of Choice Uleld CTootrT .
i'
Sold bruggists .
But In event keep close watch by 79c.Hal.'s : !_
spades are commonly Injurious la the any Uartow
.. etc., and south of Life so raaiSIMaatt
# f of the grain and examine toe kernels : Family Pill arc the best. tbl wi ... AM .... .... "
farm grooery. : ,, even earner: setting wilj be TUB FtWdWT tk** swaM* *** -
nowandvthen to detect injury before '--- preferable ,.. rM aM a w .Nl .. .... r1..s r....stab.r.4>HsMSfy<*-..Isar
these the weevil calandrtj any v
Of granary ( : For an autumn crop the later It
granaria L.:) and the rice weevil 'serious 'damage has been doue A Pew Points to Partners. can b* put in aDd'b.a,. time to mature POMONA .UB8 u:, i
when "wee"!:" is detected, there 1* The time has come when our farm- ;
(C. oryza L-) are. the most,.conxmon tbe better. i
one'! that ere cap make their farms pay double The drifting Ores. Co. ProprtHILL 1KooQirPe. ?M/4M
and widely! d tiib,! ed. Botk of these ure remedy, so tu'llslactory aba eaoaer 'fished kopoutOOehdrcr ".
fro oilaer! need be mentioned. that our father did wlrt GOt half
iasecie bare Imf ed grain from the : 1\MD'to, *s to ferti tutloa Tbe'
It consist of fiuuiguitug the u the tabor;.ahe great trouble is we try
most ancient times: so long In fact, JTU toe grtat seal of sl' Itoasj ".otldalOUt '
tbat the granary) weevil has lost (heme with carbou buutpUide, u gas wuich to put in too many acres ID com and Is poUAi. 1fc tobacco Boas ofUndid. & COMPANY?; -
of Ita wings and remains entirelyindoors. being muUi Ueuvi than air, willpenetrate %%',.t, sad do not try to s
1' They swsroaTl, brown" bee I the grain, is fatal to all inccte wecsn put it In. If you wiU\ us a ..
of
count la* M..p Most rrfft**,
and leaves beti4ot portion not your time In rwUlof chkkrrjt INPORD, 71.A.0.4s. .. f
ties, rom lgatb to Infesting, DO ,
| jooe ooebcth.ojUn oolsla tiwralty: from t.. U .... . O'
.
loch InUtntfth, With boots t or effect supon the. grain. dwks, urkey* and be:gJao: liar.. ... ... _
: long 11 awe sa touch JIQ&AIC .. Jo .:.-. .. I asitv.t war.taltasg a :
anti teal SAMU rIM Jo raM, aKSI va alt ws.e .. Mfr t..err.l :=
you
For its cation the 'lVIt
stitch are of great serene la boring app. buUJiag or kb" U"r pealaM.' All U. .... b.to..a.nd .. ts.I' into the kernels 01 grain. By mean.bt bin hoa.d: be lU.Mj I UgUt.; If JUcgr 'lojibtud of Mhletf It for use -bait suet c...... .......... .............. .......... .. ...-.. lip ... .... .,
them the feioalea thegrtfn in be In a tlgat bin, throw b rIM
puncture! ttlMUse. Of 0'*rw. Ue ..
"... : awl a refs 4,...*.. for p..gr.
insert lwtIta user the top aud apply the you your
and then an'f' In the -
i' Isla..oo grw ., ..U .... u.. "
oa.Vky.| The larvae batching from tCil* .1&,1.-c at ttie rate 61 ono pound k. ptutlur.. hitter part. .f ... ... sSftg.. by Iv -w W. J. HILL .

'Is w iKbu(> legs somewhat shorter 100 bushels of grain, placlogNM Wbea I"'tfot.w kit ,rasa a,. .. eaislW.a.Aie I ...... .., ..:... tarr.tsu c..ea- .., ..1- _

.1 tharj the adult: white In l color, sod ofa OQ./ un4 to ooe-baU poitad laeuch u:4 alley .1... .......* :.a,. U |>/ ....".,s.n-t-1. wi psadI wtt..pf (

Very robust bund being sTmoatvasbroatl of s 'eru4 a9oLuw 0.1., saes .. U Iwt.ry eaI-S fur. lke 1M.. +.rw *...i a \Jaet" gt..... .f Nt IWtNl4 Trsts i
em
UWt'm.tk ,..,1&..... .. ......... 1 h ,. fI ,. .lltl ,
as long. I't.ooo devours the aa I Iwns sage a etemJj ''--1 ,io- 4_ two ...*... .. M e..... ,. .. :
soft \\nterlor of the kernel sod Wen ... surface for e apuntWo.tor ......ft.l, s "., i-. ... ,...., lt.rwa ... .4 **4 '--l .*.* V*.. U Oil I"'" ...aft a.t.N............... dtaas M e..Aratsui......taller '

Oran earto a pupa, from whtrb\ L.. fMtalgttllag as saute buLUwg. with' Myta,C I.'i .1 f..... 4}... ..w. .......* .m 1 t'+M3 .cis .'s s. ... ............ .. t!,l '.
; t, akjult I beetle.: emerges in about sox one |ouul la I KN! for entry how ... o.al'hsee .....c.,... .. .. .%altt N I.. i..s fsusaairt a....a.%..... ..- a iss. 50. .....e. .r1 I s.... ,. A" ..... '4A"'., ........... t'nes' +atrtlta sY

week from the)Urn* the egg was laid. UC; feet of sp.K", than U .|... ... LrCM wtV eq .... ...... rto *< ._. .p f h.. +t.1 ltrt..4 ft..1sA..Ga..r .. 44_.a.w.... tCir-at.l1.:=...... .......IMnssL 1 1.. /s. ..b... .' s} .

Only Urra lUrablM a kernel buIaUug tat biu.* a itrg'tr ttuaiumaj > tu.. 1i... La-SW .c.a ,..__ ,*. .. 'it1di
aipffto .. w .'W-I"; sip If4: rwsr44si .. y., jfljfllHt !
of whet, btU'seWrol win often be often W miftmt ry. ,....1._ I.. r*.* -<-.5 ..... __Y.ash 1-.. ..tilf .**.. ,,,,- .. ... .... '.:r tI.'" i r> *.. ._ -
it .. .,.. J..a a II...., ..... ... 1f flrltfR _sMtitK told la that W corn. Not only do rht> UfrtttU grain arJbouu b+.uilSj n is *4 .41ag 4.. Is ..... ....1 **. .1 ....s fw./ > *es/ "

Ibe'laVvae Injure tie grain But the .) be ftualcMUal al feral .....,. sl:.......I a.r p i ......-. .tr.11'tt ......... ,.. ae ........ ... M.tt4.41 .

Beetle; feed upon to, and then hollow tour boars sod \.p u tV.ny-w **. : .... t t.rett./.5 isa at.I... .. ...t ..... # fi tWt 1..',J '.. ."j' 1 _. .: ..:emu

$ out 4 .shelter for tbemselTe whhla gti tniat1os a( roe gLa .W WI .b. "JLl14 rr 9U .,.;.J r ,....,, ti.t05Il .:tf.I nsrc1 ut.r 01' *..rH..f"I\-M_ JE% '"
the.hall. The beetles are quite loot ..Id.. A Mia4. Asa Ut U. t+rw+.' will wr ,..tof ,''Naas.. eth 4..tall . +M .SS \ .. ..... .af ....
flied add thus do eooa'derable dan Ibis .. otw ......,. w k 4a SV. tr.......' .......... -.tit ,... '-" ..d 000 f/W/ ..wrrw.asrrw.. + .. T: ...... .-
age: The egg-JatlDI"!period Is ecJ1M111; log euj\\ .be Utt es-iUi.u. ..... ...Refillas-f 51.. tt ,..-..,... ....... MOita s0tl..-+'u..wwranslL4 ir* ..... .,.. ';; : ; ; 4

Jour, and M there are three or four I It Swirl be rs..r.e.osy' I...>.4.'..4 .... sa ..c g4s. t.sr .......... , I * *.ZTS-* * "fttir.r.- '
broods In ,the North and six or more aiN f.s..1 ......: tI r.. ...4 r.r ... ...... he ta..1' .. ..! i4 .. .....a.b'f. tt :t::E fit.am- = ;

lnfthetSomto, H ban been e tima$*J 0tIIZ.1 asst bra ha.j say surf. t.J.M ..... .. ....., .. eslsr it.it .. a wrwsui .............. ......_' +.iw...... .....
.... .. .... .... ..... foi! .
that'the of woaJd . he frMwia ..... ... .... .
: progeny one pair .. ps.4rir} bbe s.ui4nt, asal cwt t.t.y utttatrP s.r. NIl }fit 1W..lr, w = I. t:::tI
amount' ate Inaeota I Ux a all1r'lOll. sa- are. sisal Istlwalb.. ant \IapMntl.a. .".,1 us..nrnr..w ,...... 4i.M*..*. '.......... ....., caw ....... !t* sitt4J I : .... '". AIIMMIa",

,:. \o1| /Bf' of aayalweal ka.a. ABM. ..,.,. w1Nt 1- ............., ., ...,. .. i 4* ..... 4... .....t.si1i054M ..... '.. .. :1t..rN e1Y, "..,...i....1'.i.... .......---.:.
1fAry its SetM..... ......----.... 's r ;: > tl. a
Another beetle Use yt ftti .
.
tery eoounoa la *. be aiwed cal a ....... /W .irittsi.1 es, ass Wt ..-, *.
...... .... 1. ... .. .. $ .. .ft ......,, .. > . -
u4r. '
. : : :
bftt of .. :;
.
gracory; quhe a dlffrrent'ippearaAce fag ..... *:.d . .a. bra S. mu. i5. .. 4ito. ttse ....., "" _' >
tit BuwTeothcd Unun: i ......,. '4 .*stt w . ......... .. .. ... .. *.+ri 3fta. ,) i...... .r-eIe+ -I:
tpe .
.. 405 . 4t or
e :: :
.
v.r
"lAM .hns1... U ..tt I.w. .. wsr" Ii. .IM- ... .... ..... ,
-
-
i | . fi'f
... .,......
aheet.e Sioanoa ..i* a .. 9 V '-- awwfa. .... ...... -...; .. . ...
( aorinamensta L.7t .. .... .a.. +a d1+.at/ '
.MMr11r.. .
\
W
., f
KM i. fill 'fol..S . -
ai* j .. ...
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.
.. E. a
.
.. Isecamopofitii* *peat aa4 Is also .. k e et.1..a. fS'* ,4 -4'4 ......... .r 4 ..... fi *, .: .. ., -'--, .
MI. .a\"t
omofperoos +septttaie'sa t rrtsfie ;10 t,. .... t .f u. .......* .Atta'VSa 4ke.ssiMlW MrIs. .. ...... .1 .-............. .1IiJIIJat.. '! ,1rt \.',. .
.. rt"ItcN
nearry 7 CI..... ; 'TJie te peJL J cols, IAMM.. LR i44t. hJrib ... .. .... :;
.. .
; p r pwaad burn ;s ,8M ltwr .. 4 . .ft i -- f.* .. O dW ") ...." --..
f.. about one-tfnUi f'aA.t aoA.loac, vmiicb ", taw 'uaker I,* ttae-aii t** arpooad till pM t M-. r+D.1 utls 0 ea "'" .. ....eatta .tt. rt* .salt .A t". .W.strand \ .h+.lt ,..... ..fh fit' 4W-*44. +I/ r.t l +'I'f.Me tIlt,:::",x -.flstet.
flaCteaed-of:Ji-dark ttrowa col onsi al I* teal Ur "" .4 ......*.".' 6* *. .*****. ., .ws5. e4W c1J 4eMts....... +Mtift..... .. 1 ..o ....,' :s--.. ..."'.......t.ii., .. .
7'" ..._.' Se ....... ... at.w .. :a.f' ... .. ttt ..... .
or, and may be easiry recognlaed, bytbe'sUraxwUke I 9' fala fMlrahnLKfWHI -ll;: P 1ptai+ .sr awe a4imu errtw i. eta.tNtat {.tr .4 sa ....=,( ..... ,.-. .'
I.
:> "
'teet'h' oa'each aide ofbJ'tborax l .. U TCSM VafM .| Wawst ct.r .+,, *ew .Stws4.it st, tsars std *_.*t ett''.1. _4t sew. -- esot.. sr.! i .i.1. cS'v -by. ..,1'rs' ,,;,+

( .; The ,lam> of i. dirty I fiwsM tS+.r.y. ...... ........... ... '.to j' w,Ii ;,* ......... ir lr+r... t"' ....d'ir'Ji t+ .. 41'.I+ : ; .'
..... ..
wblte Q0Joiv.<*l qtfta disehnUar-from a arr..r a .a.rrMb hi...... liawitw4 g 9t.is. --- ....... .... ": 1"ti .... "' 1I"" ,
toss.. FlertAsv ..h3t. y. lift ,... ttff'ft' .... r c.-r 1
thsU of the Granary WeevtL HarlafIxIegV ew' f' +el. 4Ffu11 tt/et *4t .
: 1 I (hwea0 is' ..b tMtlt+e.tb. ....sli4 .. ......,.. e1 M'..,;u. 5-
to'oatty'asboatItldaotwGsSee The propaaUioe' laf.sa.M n.. .... roh. .... .sr.e st a,+t cis 4m*'** 'M settsttr .... ::
.., .............. .... .054a1t1 .. .r:: ,.'
with seed tare of la l1u wU Lkstgsr + es4i. .... .. ..
a single bof ran aboattilery. segir ***4 *f e.to riwl r v .
.... .
.. . 45.c.t
..
... ... .... )
.... .
> .,AC\JR1an.."nibbling M.MTeraL Wear wry .t. 1M a.c. .rt on.olib. M....tf t.aw1' .0040 $ ...... -. :7t:"" .. :tQ": : .
: \ Stale (wait ia1 teUf 4eMls .adby 4 ly ...:a 1g ... ...... w-v-itl. ... : wMb.w ::a .+ 3 .,
Wheat fun grown the lama gtae, together aw f $04 a + . tM h.t 11 ....... 45w. "It r eit .. ....... .i.M assn Mrs.x i i. ist ...... 11
a.verIstnIna: or fngntcftaInti the &UU press fextU: at be .& -"saltT.r ....... ........w. ....... ---. ..... ... t. \ ? \ CJ L

.* !;ft ,, .'oasa aad table of, thk Jawed 10 lath Uroef, *. e* **..y ]a. tMe.Ia,] .o/'b.fa.siTb..g ....s...... w .. 11.e e4 .05eci. tw..t H. O. PAINTER 4 CONS

tnaD Tarns to .the papBf'aod'rhea'tuthe / deatria shua..'Jsan .... tat jHe .0 *i44 hilci... 1/=al+t.'b4.rrowtstilt c

Beetle. In early spring his tile been brooght 'p ptkbti 18 aitoafktbe .a .''lysa bate a..a arsfirelr.if" sr. pto+els. ..... ,.... i.... wr 1 _l 1111I1 .
cycteVequires' alx.to tea weeks, bat la same:wsj did.g lae poet *. son 1.14051 ,h2 etas ..4 rarvs fill ViLtwe. .. ............ tMOsias 4tl ......tlI1wt.... -- 3

augtmrK:4k lit reduced. to about i twet- U'.ha* bean shows UNI she BftajsafM* gs....... b.d.uy .. r'1MbS.N -- 11_
ty-fiT days. Thus, there are from tore of atarca; froe .eMt l i.':, I... sari ft s s 1.h Mr* M .o.ld aOAto allis tlttUWt r.

three'to'alx or more generations dur. wants Ue oeceaasry' fObata eUU e ......... study fill .ft tftf t this b...t he h4.1 hit +..tpe
ing" a season, according to the latl ed to coftvert lh3 po* ibi* ptadJMl U.tttof hg bet. s14 if-u. hle1 c4 SWalw.t eat ...... ....... 4....w4 !... .rv ;

tads daf 'arllal.I talc latav.o.. Ili. l .IL. .tp.o.wq rN4 trefJ gri'.'a't' trweiwvj *** asWew05lsLie.i .

:J' By jar the wont granary pert is the. aadtt3iat amoeL"err- acre of LioJ ia over flat nslr........ T.IMIc eT ae4 ..-**. 1 U **t *. .1 Bill .: +s'bttia' : rmewtw
I
Fly-Weeiti, or'Angumct OraJn Moth :tit. woald'prodeei'1t la tad .... ..... s IA.sJ p- fill l.Lralo. ,I S.C.?. trvi. f.'nn..'u.. fr um... Af**, ( Grn Tlis It w ttite" ''aws.ts.aomm.. slats.taa.rr .'ime. ....D
.. ..
iota beeti dcaoostraieUJ thatobacco .hmb .tl lie ****** 4*.*
((Sttotr 8Tl U TDl.): iCU l.'an It ba* .. cwt hart I ., *1.. ......,
old pest in iraOC ,'/fom a pronnce ofwdlcb. mal be' grow**la florid >in Tb..rfdlt.t IUa I* .** ,. *a*. &.4' me .t..... .a: 1.''s- Ib..lstrb,i .a......f. ..ieaa. .......... his**.*...* '* 0551............, .. --. "oJ ed.'r {
.
: Itsjnatae Jsj erlfed ,,ud t wu quality ang quantity 'rq**! to ajot bee, ft,sosrsra, ,. Tke ,Ireakwes: I* Cabs \MI1J$ ate:&. ........ i* tIm As- ........tars..5.......... ...... .....-. .f,1. t
first nortctd'-U 'Korth'OsrohVa->

Virginia.,aa:early ae l..d, \ .Since,then said'about be profits toW Mte ....- eprtad .'.11 ... ..... t U- a4 .. uUa .p fr el Met a with 445... .....but.. ....,..w,..V..t .....-.. ..
,.' It lam spread throughout5" \ ail the ilerfvet,'frotiit h* \growing t ot pecans > 'tens afar IW, trout. M tVt e O' tt,.. *u4 X.4.2 ita U
: Del ih/ did not trrslab IW ...... .......... ......$U, ..... P.. SW
.
Southern States, where It annually the culture of pate, slUt; sod e'imale" sb. soil and feeae prtmixat *. math hotter sfur tale !.'a..I.+ .... ........,ta..i.., r .r. .**..*1'al.ea.let* .*..ci sari ..r ....
does minions of dollrortti: of dam the fiber 'and .taAoJ D obtained from ,actrt woakt.In .:1 prebsbdltyloooef killed than Ufr.. .... zee taWn ate _*A f fie M.Ay4 .
a e. Of late yean.I(seems-.to be'10 at-: palmetto roots.Vhlfe ; .' .. or'1et r' bte 'brought: shoot sal *. l tibl In Urivel .s>'.. tag tk. ArtUtlo .

log steadily? northward," being report \ captil: invested in il&.luUah lb. Mme result left. JACKSONVILLE

'edj M;JoJaHow ia, Central: Pennsyt andvmanafactare ,01,.the.e product lite espcrtfoeala' aUcte for years MONUMENTS .
:
.mala*Jsnd )}: h' would. r.tura.uape. dtvkleods and fcare ,*- ia a prof t res. to she.*Northern a ... .........*.*.....*. as. .... ae |. ..* sets ,
"''''-'' ''''''- tts W **"* *** .*..,
The ad nit moth is .tbe form most give permanent and remunerative employment portion of the State. the aJmlrs- .... : ssej *a ** .
UIamD Ix. . ,'ft.
commonly ,noticed. and'many a farm 'to labor, sugar,.,cane is at 1 be bulletins: issued by the Eiperi* .-
er makes the mistake of attributing present of more importance than all: I. merit Station at Lake City, he Kbtrsi. ( TVS utter DCMOS* or i TAMPA'

the injnry. ;to it, mt+her than' ,to, tie of them put together. Every farner; distribution of seed by Ae railroads -Marble ",, '
ham,' which'tlitougTj! :burled' ,from a in the &ale .woald' ;plant jpaoe/lfj he sod)tpaAgrl: S atarslDepfrtmeotcal I {' tJAj'Y )' a eta_ .ressrtct w assnprssl. .- -,
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eight Itr the :' could reaClze money for his I Iks the Interest l sbowa to the mob Sot- .- ... bale t aM-s'est -.
tea depredator. crop general ass alit!1.t! Sr.aJ1 I te: .. ta u* arils &.r.t
;1ThemoihjquJt i closely resemble.. ,the.caaaara it,*would. grow; on.kind i or ter by agricultural and other papers, .
-,,' the common cloUbta' moth, are .ot.a of land in pay'log',crop*.'*AD average bit,."eacth1ro qtribu i' tbelrfull clime a c r. S AND '

gro lstr browtt color,. marked wittiadj'jiaTe oP'I I Is.fifteen barrels I forty, ,|;*1- of revenue for-the tiller of toe aol. 9 Iron Pnrtalrti. . -

't baack,...a ; a wing ."expense\ 'of ions of 4"each; to.:the! acre:; If farmers. tt i+, eM:.Df.fH') $..00 pro If;bat I far. eet'aaj sod lawn eadon. 1 Ile. R'etst":!tie ...t..... .
aboutone-haht as. Indh. They. deportte cooJd be sure of twfcntyn. ?" cents per to wwaketx .iaterest end direct slteo- ..J. r N # civet\\.I asKEYWEST u.Mi...........

: their reddtoK egg'* either oa the galloq; 'ashtor_ .this syrup whjUi Mon io tb1 ,new aod proos'slog source All wort tsaraatwd. Prices".

slpadrng'.gfala .ort ja''the:bra, either be"equal to one baa 'rtd and fifty cio:- moat of tbe:E'tersture' .oa,the=subject o to.a arts o IiI Cor.spo.4wttbtt *ii. II* i 5-.

singly"of In etoetera of'froth twenty dan: per.acrej r .thousands of 'acres DOW of iobtcco. growing ia'FlorkU' should es- lilj QEO. R. NICHOLQ-A -

to thirty. 41 planted' In crop .leia'pro8,. W01d emlnate troth jive Northern. portion of; rJ Meob J4ant.oa .,...... tt 'h ware .&t.... at tM
In from four ( he l to Iiq has been TAMPA. .1 1 .0.ult. sad ....- Nub.
o eTenday eK lI # l'9tu.1! till! Uiie: !'1f re|experience 5lh l- : J.r.-P'! "' rtatlon" nI ...... w &a-aJ
small terrae hutch and at once bore of money,that M paid out Dually by molt protracted and"lICit.. roost pro\ tl bI u. ", .' :

:' Into' 'tbecpeIo.'usttaltiy.oae4ln: earti "torlda.for: ,sugar:'growoaad:; refined. mounted,. T*, from that sectionwbo ,,

kernel!, but two'' or'more'ia tbos. *' of ebe"tere: would be paid tor ihe. home have: written oo tbe subject-bare CANCER RALWAY ,

core. la:iboui.three weeks tbe; tar product,ahd' tens of thoouods do:> not always,*taken due account of b! P/ ceM our v1ofle'I. ... -

rae become..foll('fI'Owa..1plo': thin, larsf worttf ;;of,t'tlie porld*' "'prbd pet I not InconBl4enlbe) : aol lad cHmatlodiffereoces W..a par Sask.u.o.4 mitt w fan. NOSre. a cwt bug.M....... country. only remark and'we lave, limo row t* is.a"... b +
t. silken, cocoon inside :the. ball: aDd would be, shipped,to slrter *i .tea.; .Let i wlhlcU, obtain ia n r1do. ets itt.lasw. eekooL.... -: Item It. ese wln. .ewe than 70'1'eta b r aft)" r

tbere.transforms to the pupa,or chryrt 'the neeeasarrent" ,, be established to Steyears lilacs, the writer learned a..ey' ;.u Ines'' look way.OR II'OU',roar rUltry esanot eta,deb"I Its;wne s b..', ;I

?X.from wildh thefmoth.emerges a .h''a ndCe 'the.crops and',Florida wHl.1m: tUs: In 'armtber. expend way. Heattempfed. Co egeaWnate : With Soothing Balmy 1. .. .,
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few day?.Jiter.:Thu*, hbgpt'Ave weeka mediatory be?:converted into" a< :_vait'' ,::4 a!.Orlttvdo, ,.4o set ont in O.l.asbu.a.,.AlaVJaskMaTtll. .kaatAta.MataMr *.ply;; Oanwr,Tumor Catarrh,,PIN., FhWts, ; s DESr tROUTE. t

are. required, .forlthe-tUfe'. of+ each calve! field, 4urn5sfolng,employmeatfo jibe latter part of April field of, UKbaceo. Wrtts al eao..ter eatatocsa Ma,:.", : { Writ R.-Mm. tor. cad'IlhsatraL14 alt Skis'DMIt and Bonirraa Womb DlM.u.a. ,

brood. Jt, .' ** +, everyman;- woman, and child: within relying:;,npoo advice {from/a -' a \ '-. ... ':E>> .as X.a.ii e-part \l1&n. eohectul.. 'rat.e. .eto.- ,

The..tnmber:of''bl ods"I. .'entirely .its;boideis.-Pi: : tk .Advertiser.. prom taeM gIVwer lB"6e. Northen. porIt > ;".. .-'N.;U,, 'T .. K/naha 0. D.. 'A brl't. OensrslJaettaeavttl .a .
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ABOUT THE SEMINOLE WAR. JOSEPH 8. WARNER. PHILO H. LOUD, JR. .

Bank of An Interesting Series of Artlelet"fcy an Old ''''?

Bay Biscayne Army Officer Who Part1eI "\a4.
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To the Kjllton.r: the MKTHOPOH/: : :
Iii investigating the. title of the
J. S.
Warner
Fort Dallas property for Mr. Julia D. : : i

r .C'"JP MIAM,- FLORIDA.: Tuttle( a few years jigg, later on when :

lJrooUOUDD UVPZB Tn> LAW OT Rum'W .. s conducting the litigation t in regard to
. t the "punch bowl"' property for Mrs.
.# Conducts a General Banking Mary Briekell our firm found it neece '

; II. M. BROWN Ps,D T.u.: .i! Business Issues Drafts on AI I *.ary to open up correnpondence \\t
Account with aucb people as were known to
R. R. MoCORMICK Parts of the World.
yJCrP..DlNT. Solicited and Every Favor Consistent I have resided in this section forty or ( CO. .

'k ; fifty,yearn ago, bevaiiHe the 'testimony S I
CHARLES H. QARTH8IOE.CAMMC. With Conservative Banting IIf Mich perMinn in regard to the actual i
f *. /Extended. m'cupauujr of the properties mentioned ., ,
., ,. Sway valuable in placing the title of the , .' '
present owners beyond question.Tbe / J.
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United States War ; :
Departmentvery
TaF TTB -
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kindly furnished me with a list of L.A.. .-
all the commissioned officers who
Seaboard National Bank, New York. were
stationed at Fort Dallas its
during
' Nat'l Bank Jacksonville, Jacksonville.FOREIGN several occupations as a military post
tv and afterwards at our request furnishedus 'I : '
CORRESPONDENT: with the residence and address Fruit ;
of such officers as were still living so VegetablePACKERS -
rY Knauth, Nachod and Kuhne, New York. that we might pursue our investigations and

by opening up correspondencewith
them. Amon these 'whom we
Heitnt Iroi lull and Barjlir-Proo! Site Ilui Triple Concussion Time Loot ascertained to be living, was Colonel ,
Loomis L. Langdon U. S. A. retired
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x } 50n 0.1i'. of the Most ImDFOied isle of No. 20 Sidney Place, Brooklyn, N. and SHIPPERS.
Y. This sterling old gentleman had ; : ,
been stationed at Fort Dallas as 2d
Lieutenant of let artillery in 185. i i
DI.EJ.A.: : DI.EI: : I
He very kindly answered our inquiriesand DEALERS IN ,9.,
information
gave us whlch,.while , ,.
not in itself particularly valuable,tend- -
:' : Is rabidly forging to the front as ed to corroborate certain facts which
we had gleaned from other sources. Crates Lumber Wrapping Paper,5 -

._ .._- When tbe METROPOLIS published thelistory :

-- Tbe g- i "i in South Florida.i Langdon of a Fort copy Dallas of the, I article sent Colonel which s.

[ : Leading City: : :::: ] be acknowledged as having read with ,7

peat interest. So much by way of Fertilizers Chemicals and Seed Potatoes
introduction of Colonel Langdon whoa ,

EVERYBODY GOING TO MIAMI! a philantropbist. Tb a morning'smail
IS brings me a letter trom him. It :.. -
appears that he is writing a series of .
Now is time to secure a CHOICE LOCATION, either for articles in regard to his campaigns in ;
i the vicinity of Biscayne Bay during CAPITAL $50,000.00 ,

Business or residence. Choice'locations in the city for sale by the; Seminole the pen War of and Colonel while anythingfrom Langdon jOUR

.1 commands a good price from the leading -
magazines' he has decided to'donate

,. this interesting series "of articles to ORATES Waraell," "Oxford,"-"Savannah," "Boslnel Basket Works,"-Pineapple Crates lOfcxlzxM
Frt Da1! Land 'CoMpany "Tbe )Helping by the Orphans Hand, Printing a paper House published *lOc lots., small Iota 9% by C L. Standard A-Basket Carriers We each in small lot. Lel'fD large

N. Y. in the bet ef'that
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Of Brooklyn
.. they may increase the circulation of NOT*-Number limited. to 800,000 at they prices, present season lOo next.year. .t +" _..r.; -.<0'I

this worthy paper which Is publishedby :
Call 'on JOHN B. REILLY, Agent, i i tbe orphan boys of tbe Episcopal OUR PAPER from fl. W. B. Drew Co.,Jacksonville,sizes 9x9, 10x10,already cut and bandied...sheets '
' Fort Dallas Land Company Miami i orphanage of Brooklyn. The Colonel to size 9x9 to tbe pound...sheets to size 10x10 to the pound. .
writes me that he thinks some of the NOTE-Amount limited to $400,000 pounds for the present season. Prices 8c pound delivered ,
Or J. E. INGRAHAM, Vice-Pres't, r.eoPle of this section may feel enough in small lots. Less in large quantities. - -
in this series of articles to
; 1-io-tf.ta.m Fort Dallas Land Co., St. Augii8tineFla prompt them to send in a year's subscription -
to the Helping Hand, which Our Fertilizers, Our Chemicals From Wilson A; Toomer Fertilizer Co..J.Ck.oDfm..Fi.! '
is only fifty cents a year and thus help and Seed Potatoes : Prices same. factory with freight added. No profit asked.. '.
tbe orphan boys who publish tbe paper.I }
E. A. WA D D EL L have thought that .tbe METROPOLIS
r. would be tbe best medium to bring the OUR LUMBER From Builder Supply Co., St. Augustine Fla. Prices same aa factory with freight added. '

Miami City and Comity matter properly before tbe people of No profit asked. .
this section and believe you will accord I
Bureau me space for these remarks and for
Y' M Real Estate tbe letter of Colonel Langdon which I OUR COMMISSION HOUSES :
enclose. If any of your readers wish
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4 .'- A Mlftot lid of Bay Biaeaya, property,City Lots, Fruit to obtain the series of articles complete BALTIMORE Md.-R. S. Godwin A; CINCINNATI, O.-H. C. Beekley MEMPHIS\ : Tenu.-geessel' A; 'Asbfier q" t
; and Vdg.cabl.tracUotaUBBiforinv *tmenU. and also help tbe orphan printing Co... 18 E. Camden s t- Co., 218 W. Sixth St. t( 836 Front st. ..
.. . boys who publish tbe paper, they PHILADELPHIA Pa.--J. D. BendDelsignore I A Co.,116 B Front .t.l MILWAUKEE. Wis;-E. B: Godfrey- "
Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands on West Coast may remit GO cents to the Helping rlcbon.Oi N. Front st. CLEVELAND, O.4-Strange- A Nokea,, A Sons Co.-257 Broadway! '. ,
Hand, 1566 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn, I 86 Huron s i: MINNEAPOLIS, UrDn.-E. P. Stacy '
spy : For conwpondeoe eadoae sumps.rir N. Y. Or iMhat amount in banded to NEW YORK-J. A G. Lippman, 184 COLUMBUS, O.-Fletsch A Sutton, A Soot, 200 Sixth st .
, I AGENT FOR > me I will take pleasure in making the Readest. Fulton) Market. 1 NASHVILLE:, Tenn.- Walter W.
AIRMOTER WIND MILLS, remittance. The paper is monthly. Stevens A Simpson A Co., 262 I,DENVER,.Col.-The Liebhardt Com, Phillips, 17S N. Market; st. '
.ARMOUR e\ CO. The first installment of Colonel Lang- Washington st. mission Co. OMAHA, Neb:Branch A Co., 12th
'pmw.sm,Chicago, 1JL Chicago, DL don's series of articles appears in the DETROIT, Micb.-D. O. Wiley 4 Co.. and Howard st.
,I j 1a .. Avrasa D, over Buk.MIAMI, I FLA.ft.ll.tf.1 January number. Subscribers should BOSTON Market Mass.-st.bapin Bros., 97 8. ,20 Woodbridge st. .' prrraBURG, Fa.-Dennis Hays' fits
b. "' :. f.mDistilled : therefore request that their subscription INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.-Jno.: W.N.uGran'd..
S be dated January 1st so as to BUFFALO.Y.-Potter& Williams, man A Co., Delaware st. ST. LOUIS, Mo.-F. W. Brockman
'.V*/ include the January number. Hoping 144 Michigan st. KANSAS CITY, Mo.-D. E. Smeltzer Commission Co.,808 N. Id st.
I: : W-r' you may be able to accord space to CHICAGO, I11.-H. B. Briggs, 197 S. A Co.,620 Walnut st. ST. PAUL KlnD.-B. Presley A Co., .
r this matter which is not only a worthy Water st. LOUISVILLE, Ky.-Thompson & Co., 102( ,E. Third st.
one but which I believe will prove 210 Jefferson st. S

Water...>> ,, .Orders Promptly Filled.Miami interesting to many of your readers, I We are subscribers to Dun and Bradstreet for the entire U. S., and know the standing of every firm In business
remain
beg to '.Non-Eyer'lblpper should subscribe for the Fruit Trade Journal,''68 Park Place N. Y.,see tbe standing and i '

Ice Co. Forest Lake Mgr. Yours WALTER very truly S. ,GRAHAM.- reliability ot the houses be does business with. Subscription price I3.QO a year, post paid. Subscriptions rjcelYW, Wfl,

forwarded oy us. v I ;
LASQPOH'S
COL. LITTER.

p Walter ft,q &.m. Eiq. OUR CLERICAL FORCE AND REPRESENTATIVES. .
Dear Sir: I send to you by man ..
HIGH GRADE FERTILIZER to-day half a dozen copies of "The P. H. LOUD JB., Manager. J. ABB EVERETT GORDON WOODRUFF, -..' '_
1: C A Helping Hand on the second page of: C. R. GRAHAM Secretary. GRAHAM W. KING, WM.NUTTING
which is the beginning of the first J. W. IVES. .. K. L. JAMES' -' ".
EOSEE Tray. Representative
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O'e Till. 3 installment of what will be series of LAKE.
\ a J. 8. WARMER, G. E. GATES, C. W.. .
contributions relative to an ezpidition P. ft LOUD, '
P. B. TURPIN -
QUALITY AND REPUTATION; into tbe Everglades. I am sure tbeItol'J 0
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before long will interest ,
the more particularly as' we etarteJ{ OUR PACKING HOUSES : .
The Ideal Brands Have These. from Fort Dallas, at the mouth of the

Miami. Let me explain bow I came i Miami, Little River, Biscayne, Fulford, Ojus, Fla. -
Then why $35 and $40 per ton when you can get a to get tbe idea of writing this article
-. x pay for business February 20-30tb. We have our own system of Branding ':
? for this little paper. I am one of tbe NOTE Now being built, will be ready '
strictly high grade reliable Fertilizer at the following prices the largest portion of our packers being from among you. -
Board of Managers of the Church Char- Packing, etc., by the moat competent help; <
:: IDEAL rkirrr AND YIHK.............w> PIE.TOH ity Foundation of LongJIsland: This '
IDEAL POTATO MAMUU....................._...eW PJB: TON is an Episcopal Institution that fills a record in business here $40,000 invested. -
IDEAL YXQKTABUC ICAKUM.....................p0 PER TOY whole block, and comprises tbe "Sis Our 90-day
1BXAL nXTILUKE (tot sll crop*)..................**T FBB Tat ters' House," "The Home for the
.: IDEAL BLOOD, BOH AND POTASH' .......?...$. PER TOBIPXOALKrtTtTMMO.1. Aged," and "The Orphanage," "The Not one dollar due and unpaid in the county. 1- -
ih& ....... NN ...............1'5 .EB TOll Qr ban's Printing House" and "St. f
? '. OOD ........_....:..............._...120 pEa TO. Jo bps Hospital." I am the Secretary
I llatbt Prioe of the Hospital)Committee. The Help ANI IB"NO | handle and distribute alarre crop so as ta get the best rwolts. Growers y
Loved -
AD J'.rtnIsw]itterla lat .
C M 1J .E CT-TO their business handled competent men are invited
tat for oar book,f,Why W.Mate lobe Ideal FerUJaert,1* ing Hand newspaper ,is printed by the v J tj -** DU In haying by .
Orpbanl' fress. For a ,long imp j It to calf at our office 4t Hotel-Miami and receire full partleul.n.OUR
:1 e ?Wilson &; Toomer Fertilizer Company, baa teemed to me that if if were made y4

JACKSONVILLE FLA. more interesting' to the general reade our bouses will make cor@ct'.nd prompt return, and that if any single j
r R Plg+.Fed Braes Blond'sad DaDa. $17 per toD.DUDan.1&Dcl its circulation would Increase. j bar PLEDGE-Tba 'gt! bandied by us gets lost, overcharged i in freight or express we will
S. G1Iuo faeIdeal Tobatooo 'arllliut,'" per ton. written a great deal.for magazines ana pay such loss} o+4t\T oqr own pocket or snap?) OIercbarre. i if saine exist*, and any .
newspapers for which I hare bf.p complaints against our Houses or rtpr | b* prom.ptl.j. in.Te Ug t d.,
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well so I :I 1 >
general]!/ paid thought
C. G. PHILIPS and oorrected.
AGENT. could afford to give them a little sendoff .
"' for nothing. I get no salary for t
-u-u.1 'J'L&. constant work with the institutionand A saving of between $29, 00 to |60,0001 on
my would not accept It if it were What tbe Above Means to Die Trackers of Dade Conotj: Crates and paper alone. y

,?*S t i offered. It pays me amply in the

TV* AUBUY 0.HCTCHMON VFLLIB A, gPTVHZSONf pleasure I have in serving them.It I save! you $200,000 In '' year and to
n' KtiStl''prM"
To ?
.P : occurred to me that there are What We Hope Accomplish-To crawl at 10 cents 1
->* man people who know me and who I
would W ,lid to learn something of I give a helping hand to every worthy man straggling to make a borne for
4 A. G. HUTCHESON &, CO. my many ejperieflpes, and by this, aa I Pledge' Ourselves-To' and family and push DAde County to tbe front to the extent of our ,
: 1 Aid before, the circulation,; of the: ability. :'t/
1 i : paper be increased go I bare begijn I I r
: ; t 'Importers' and Commission.Merchants,. with tbe Everglades.It I ape Armour Combined:Ventilated and Refrigerator Car will be bandied by us this season. Service 1
F
,. may be among tbe good people 01 CAR unequaled and afc no eifra pogt to the shipper for ventilated i service..- . Refrigerator-- service' for
Miami there are some who would like overripe Bean etc., Ific per paoktye.JlnjWHnj,\i6.'QQ (o bear the.whole story and like it well ,
Fruits enough to subscribe, which will cost What Do We Know of the Business ?
Vegetables. only C 50)( cents a )year and will help the a SOur
Foundation and tbe orphan -printer
e born who publish tbe paper. Mr.'P.HLoudJr.has had 15 years'experience in growing shipping and handling Fruit and Vegetables
St*' NEW YOBK "The next number will contain a Ion- and tbe gentlemen connected with us are experienced business men with years of training iu tame
279 .Washington .
of the American Pbromological Association for his State;
gersjrtjpje' and tbe'DDmber after that business. Mr; Loud was tub-Commissioner 'S
: IJ-'t-.... -- i astilljopgefoqeand until the story South Carolina. Has been connected with lobe N. C. do St. L., L. A N..O. of GI. Rys and was General
II finished Tbejj.if tl)e. Lord (spare+ -South Eastern Agent of the Armour Car Lines for three years has handled thousands orcar* worth
'}f:: '. .. me I will tell IQIJ\ber one of iny .,-lp'r:: 1 of d Jla!",. Refers for his record to J. A. Sams, D.F. A. W.A.A. Bi R., Atlanta, Ga., W. J. Craig, .
"a c C"'ID*retat.C1IbeCodt. Idat the Line ,Ga., and W. A. WInburn, G. F. A ,C. of Ga., Sanuuab"Ga.
> = '. 'TELEPHONE 1213. : : .experiences near Pirate' AfJhf'p{ { pQtst !! ,, Augusta> ? .. .

: : -- M.\ :FUGAZZI & .GO.No. Miami Punch 'and owl.My along the service Florida ou coast the. JIIIIO1' nile P"*.t SERVICE-UO
: : l was tinged with romance, If I .n. O I our friends haTfne'pusin&s wHft$ i{qs.: Oar Wf graph office opkb night awl \ytford t
-.o-P' Fla. direct wires from twenty-two of tb_ largest markets m the U, ",
.; YJlnTaYJI! succeed In imparting some of ft (o>>: at ,
,;:. : :;" If what I write even for such an obscure 8. No slipshod shipping of goods entrusted to us to markets already receivingmore
paper aa "The Helping Hand," I ball l than they can market to advantage, buf a thorough knowledge of every' .:;
; FruitDoal8rsi'COmmission.8tohants feel happy and happier still if I can package leaving the territory and where it goes to daily. .

,/ .1-. ':t . . .- :' ... .... .. help the to scenes clothe of with my romance earlier campaigns-and interest What ,'Wililt Cost You To Do Business With Us? .r ,: : '

x ..-184 West. Sixth ,St.CmOINNATI: ,. ,.o.. : '. ,I hope.I have got your* address cor.. -
I ' - Yours Faithfully. do for to receive a large share of your patronage
rectly. Not one cent more than to business yourself. Trusting .
S. S 'unmC1fa&1 CJoeian&U .
ue ,
B.ak 0.Dane
.ar&J Looms L'. LANODOS,
and asking you to come to see aa, remain r.
Meraaatl!Je_Aleaer": : .
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3 periodicals, all the work and none of the j been walking about for some hours, and about It to her aunt, and tell her hOw 01 II' ot.. "IIJ' ,.. t t ,( I."c.
ns.rrhat's ...
glory fell to the share of the Insignificant| it s very foolish of me but somehow I Mr. Medway t*. She think when she CAND" ,
"Sub." felt a little taint I thought the feeling find out that he Is reaBy so clever and .1 : ..

Peter, Parnassus, the magazine in question* would go off if I rested for a few minutes. gets his woo taken, by the best, magasines. t CATHARTIC \
you bared Mr. Christopher Dane's affectionswith ." she: will make It all up and be '
I 'When you observed don'thaven't his yacht "Irie" and his two famous Tired? No wonder; one unbroken series ,friends: again." \;
,or racing colts "ailderoy" and "Olen Oar of rebuffs would wear out the stoutest "Let u* devoutly hope so," murmured.

l ry" so I need scarcely say that Faroes heart., especially in a half-starved And ridiculously sanguine as this seem 4 .i.fi.
i't herelther to understand rus did not receive his Individual-atteatlon body. ed it was what actually did happen. -i:.t.25c

Once again I went through the collection Coming home one afternoon I saw an .
,ra1oauna.r and think it set- Uncle Kit however was errata in his of dreadful drawings with' cold. unwonted flutter of excitement in the re.pectable .
attar. But It doesn't, by a long movements, very apt to turn up when blooded desperation picked out three at If somewhat drowsy, precincts CURE CONSTIPATION:

least wanted weeping like a whirlwind random, and hid the others away in their ot AlezandiGrov...
'qurts"ruffled. When *he was I through: the office overhauling everything receptacle. What a change same ovo All the Bate cnaoren stood in a bevy
I'thls, she always reminded i and upsetting in a moment the arrangements my visitor at the gate of Number Twenty-Three; AIL

f'.har own OtUe namesake, I had been laboriously making His face glowed with delight his figure a whtte-eapped bead was thrust from the 5Oc '
led a"Wicked desire to teas* and for week seemed to expand and lose its expression top front window oposite. the agitated DRUQGBTS'

M the,earn* moment When he was in one of these editorial of nervous timIdity. One question hoveredon figure of little Miss Timmlns was clearly

[ UtUe .Ducky-daddies, she shall moods his vigor was, appalling-every his tips, but be lacked assurance tospeak apparent through the wire game blind of ......
tm Way, then!" I said sooth- manuscript had to be submitted to him; it Number Twenty-Nine.

i er. shall be a dark and dismal author, artists engravers, printers all "With regard to terms," I said In my The object of all this interest and curiosity PRICE LIST OF FERTILIZING M MATERIALS :
lit a.rery prosaic house, and came In for a torrent of abuse; nothing meet official manner, "ws generally pay was a large handsome carriage

romance about a very was right, everything was going to the on publication" (I felt rather than saw with two large handsome hone, and .a :,

young ouple.. In the dock was dearly-to be seen how deplorably the breathless suspense that hung on my large-no not handsome--coachanap. s a rule the f-mer, trucker and fruit grower has to pay two /
tb 42 subjects o: interest in this wanted was the "master's" eye.'' words), "but in the case of small things Which stood in front of umber Twenty- commission ,
-'-?" lAgniet of London, we will After a week or two of this unwonted like these it will save trouble U I give youa Seven H commissions.! A on everything lie buys and :a

pn ezdttng melodrama that exertion his Interest would All edl- check at once." Presently the door opened and a w ;- commission on everything he sells. What we desire tdo .U "

.hn1i its aoeae.the awe-inspiring ton: al matter would be t= fl.< back pell '"Thank you Just aa you please, whatever ened little elderly lady appeared followedby to save, him the commission on all the fertilizer he uses'[by selling ..

eta .the way ,.to wit. the House mell on my shoulders, and having sue Is usual," murmured the young man. a tall gaunt young man. After them direct and thus avoiding the expense of a travelling salesman '
sue ceeded in creating score of muddles, and "Hang n all there goes Robin's and no longer in her faded' coton gown, but and the commission of If interested' in
an agent. you are saving / i
e r ridiculous,'' sal trampling ruthlessly on the feelings of sM my trip to Burnham Beeches!" 4 thought in a natty costume of fawn and brown: I!
fist what you say, our best contributors Uncle Kit would with much disgust, a* a mauve colored trimmed with soft fur came Mrs Med these commissions give us your orders for it is only by handling ,'

tltel y j [re's something forswear Fleet Street and retire to the slip of paper passed from jny band to the way. large quantities of goods that small margins can be maintained. "We. i ,'

ZM 10 live in Num wilds of Yorkshire or the waters of the pocket Of my unwelcome visitor. She looked across at Robin and smiled were the first to take the initiative steps to reduce the cost of fertilizerto

;_ '- they don't even English Channel. It is eareety .eeeseary to remark that I and nodded; and then the large, fat horses the growers and therefore should have their support ..- ., t '
other morning At the time of which I write I had endured the signature at the foot was connec.ed moved off at a solemn amble of three
Of the window, an unusually long aped of my with my own private banking account, miles an hour carrying to their new habitation If you wish a special formula mixed we will do 1t for for charging '

f the wife clean chiefs companionship. For fully three for it was hardly to be expected that Parnassus the Inmates of the house with the the actual cost of materials used and $i per ton mixing. -" .

her very own weeks he had come regularly to the office, should support my editorial aberration Iliac curtains. The following are our prices for the next 30 days

can b to thatr and now, as he expressed" rt. he had "got to the extent of purchasing the "}\t', all right" Robin explained to me. Sulphate Ammonia 34 to tt per cent ammonia..... ...... .;. ....................... ra ;;

site credit. Fb the reins well In hand. work of Mr Oliver Medway gayly. The old aunt Is going' to have Nitrate Soda 17 to 20 per cent ammonia.... .. .,,.. .. .. .. ...... .. .... ....... s 4LM 'g
C' t that led up to On the day in Question when I. arrived The young nay went away radiant As them live with her. She has a great big Dried Blood It to 11 per cent ammonia.......... ....... .....,.. ....................'4ktt 1
; was of dashing I found him already installed at his desk for me. tt may as well be frankly confessed lonely house:up HIghgate way. Mr. Med and a
b Blood ,Bone 7 to I per ct ammonia and 15 to 20 per ct. phosphoric acid..... BM 4
a pile of open letters and manuscripts in that I spent the rest of the day itf 'Y-Ia.coJq hate beautiful studio Bone fine ground S to 4 per cent ammonia, 2? per cent pbo pb rI "MI4..;.... ; a

dynamiters front of film and a gloomy frown on his' a state of unbounded ill temper. all to himself Now that he .has made Bright Cotton Seed MeaL 7 to per ce'nt'ammonla ..,., .....: .:..a... .:k*..'.*atM l

over"the way'for'not forehead It 1s peculiarly Irritating to Me utter such a splendid start, she thinks it would: Dark Cotton Seed Meal. SK to 7 per cent ammonia...... ....... .... ..... ........ILttPotash. ;.
"Well, you are early he marked, wh incompetence combined with urgent want be thousand pities,not to keep on With to
letting I High Grade 90 16 per cent h1phate'potu ,! SO to U per cent actual eLM ,f'Po.tsh.Low
!house" said ponderous sarcasm. "Ton don't mean to My ill-humor was not unproved lateron his art lad Claudia. and I think so too. Grade. 43 to U per cent sulphate potash..' If to SS'per cent'actual.. Hit o
thk_, head with say you have actually contrived to get by the return of Unole Christopher y> Dou'tyou?" Potash Muriate 80 to SB per cent muriate of'potash. 63 'to SS-per cent act1l&L.. iS

herself was here! Why It's not haW-past' ten yet the office and the subsequent discovery "Certainly" course thousand $t- Potash, Kalnlt. }4 to 28 per cent suIpbaU') ot&ab, It to U per cent..actual.......*J1J .

_I '- _ _ consult with I'm afraid you must have hurried OWlrbreakta. by him of the wretched work of art.I lea, I agreed fervently.The : Hardwood Ashes, I to S per cent actual potash........... ... %;. ..'.*t. .........JXM w
riant sdb- t." Then with a sudden changeof had thrust them as I fondly hoped next morning there was a solemn' Acid Phosphate, 14 to 15 per cent available"phosphoric acid... ...,... ........ .lOJs 5
tone 'Here cart away this drivel. out of sight into a dusty pigeon-hole, bu't Magazine. Dissolved Bone Blac. II to 11 per cent available phosphoric add... ........ .. AM
window a6d send 'em all back." bonfire in the editorial .grate.-Waverley Tobacco Dust This dust is sold by sample and is guaranteed to be unlatched. ,

nt1'sla that had He swept a heap of papers towards me Uncle Kit was In one of his prowling HOW'S THIS and to contain all Its fertilizing and Insecticide properties ... .4_.. .<.....:.......S.N <=* ,

t stood ex- as he spoke. moods, and he*ferreted them out with the We offer One Land Plaster. .... ...... ............ ....;............. ...;'.. '....:... ...... ....,....50.. a .
row of neatwent "I'm in a deuce of a temper and there'sno swiftness of a pursuing Nemesis of Hundred Ca.tarrh'th&t Dollars Rewardfor ,Salt either coarse or fine in 200 pound sacks, Scent" or by the ton..,......... ,SJt f. ,
k' by denying It. Some blithering idiot oe a We had a brisk pauq -at-arms. la cured any by case Hall's Catarrh cannot 'be Copperas, put up in any size pac ge..Jcenuper'pouD; ; er "by the ton........,..
stable boy has let' den Garry down. Tn which I made no explanation except that Cure.
to one he's broken his knee. Perkins: they were "private property." and In F. J. CHENEY CO.. Prop*.. Toledo. OWe Blood and Bone Bt nc. Acid Phosphate ,Dissolved.Bone, ;' Sulphate ''

_ t'a eye there tries to make light of the matter but I which Uncle Kit as much as told me he the undersigned,. have known F. J. Ammonia and Kamit are put ip in soo pound i t act J. Cotton

fact remarkable that all know he's hiding something from me. I didn't .believe>> toe accused me of squandering Cheney for the last IS years and bellevehim Seed Meal and Lar.a Plaster, 100 pound sacks. Potash 'all 'lands 3
don't know why I can never get the truth perfectly honorable in. all business
the editorial funds, and remarkedthat
draped with transactions and financially able except Kainit 224 'pounds. Nitrate Soda"is in unt/en racks from
off et from any one. There take away that I was totally unAtted for tb* P9- to carryout
ugly mauve trash and don't let it lumber up the of- of responsibility which be bad been fool any obligation made by their firm. 200 to 300 pounds. Hard Wood Ashes, barrels of 2$0poalids.'To.K

flee a moment'fonger4'Chan can be .help' enough to give me. West ft Truax. Wholesale Druggists bacco Dust in 100 aitd 125 pound bags and,cases"9.r O''to'4So' ..
Toledo OWelding. "
J&o presented ed." Of OOW'H11-. was only one reply to 'I pounds. T -. i
tor t I returned to my desk and vet about my I be made to this. made it with all the Kinnan & Marvin Wholesale'
e' c pttr:,' butcherly task ef 'slaughtering the Inao- dignity that was suitable to the occasion, Druggists, Toledo O
dalll : Hall's Catarrh E. O. PAINTER & CO. .
.po Cure is
taken
cents" How many an unfortunate and left the office with the cheerful reflection internally .. -
wretch must have loathed the! sight !of that my poet as assistant editor acting directly upon the blood and mucous 'Jacksonville I
Ircma' I my handwriting at Parnassus would probably .soon be a surfaces of the system Price 5c. ; \

.. I' was about half way' through the papers thing of the past perbottle.. Sold by all Druggists.- Testimonials . .

when my eye was caught by a letter I reached home at six o'clock let myself free -
bearing the familiar'acJ rMe. Alexandra in with my latdi-keyand went into I Hall's family pills are the best. '

of-,, se G'S Grove Number TVeoty- even. v the draw1DCNo Robin, no Ore Qeo .R. ;
:
ear. "By Jingo! The,house'" with the lilac only a handful of ashes in the untidy YOUTHFUL CANDOR.

ttald : : curtains thought.. grate. How empty and unoosafortable the Teacher- Of course, you understand f he '
The letter' ..... to say that.,the'writer house seemed. Kore- food for 111 temper difference between,rildngandloving' Tjoipa.iFlonda'f
sy lokdRu would call that.morning to"offer some he... PupU Yes, marm; lUke my father and ICamn: :

drawings .which he ,ventured. to hope But before I could summon Matilda mother but I love pie.-Boston TraY r.JWUC4TJ1. Are dealers in fine G
_ fhe 'In.1u would prove acceptable. 'for the pager of our small domestic to Inquire for her mistress

-.. : out- Parnassus. It war.signed "Oliver Med- the culprit herself appeared. ,TOUR BOWL WITH MONUM &TSand HEAD
U aayOutagt way""Poor 'I"Pet r. you'll'never never guess where CABCARXTB. furnished. Bsst IRON FE

"" 1lttye' 'Mr. Oliver Uedway, .I'm 'afraidyou'fi rye Just:come from.'*.she cried her eyes' Candy Cathartic cure constipation for We solicit correspondent all "

get 'but a BhoifUhrlft and a quick shining wl Q'"txcttement.i. ever. Iks. JSc, If C. C. C.,fall, druggists facta5a. bog Harn&up St.
execution P I thought, a* I'glanced at yny "From' walking to and fro:-.-", refund money.. .
uncle'* lowering brow.' However as good "Pad boy;'hush-" r
,r etahtl luck would have'It;'Uncle Kit had.left the '-In the High Street." I concluded, AFTER; THE :BATTLE. .

office before the visitor's timid rap sound "staring into all the shop windows and She-And didn't, you feel the least bit ; $ o
ed on the ground-glass panel of.the door.. calculating how many new frocks you tjjId-.
.frightened .? heq" you heard the bullets
ijTed.nd Mr. Medway entered"with' a nervous.deprecatlng simply must have to b.t decent. singing about you?
w .
+ bt'
b .alr painfully- suggestive ofcpdstairt 'Why.. you know yon said yourself Peter He-Not a bit; you see H didn't sound ,
rebuffs. 'HI*. large dark eyes : ;that-my gray cloth was settling down anything like 'your staging.-Yonkers .
/ .
_ wa Based at me appealingly ilka those of'a to a sober old 'age-or something else Statesman 0 :1'
startled hare I HUvlean; ,' White 'lancers I equally rude" said Robin 'indignantly.'But 1 geQx' :era ;

trembled as ha untied the strings of(the never mind I've something- more TOedfcal Xfepartmeivt,,,

shabby portfolio. One by on. he produced Important to tell you. I've actually been DON'T .TOBACCO' SPIT AND. BMOKB. Tulane TJolTftTSity Of Lous1aDa. r, n n, roe
theresa lute he poor attempts which' he had "ven inside the house wttb the lilac curtains r JOUR,UFB AWAY. Its advantages tot pradcal instruction, both
d t xw tured to hope would 'prove.acceptable to She pauaedto enjoy.my surprise To quit,.tobaaco easily,and,forever. be in ample laboratories sad abundant hospital
jee the pages of the Parnassus." NoTo-o-Bee.. n wondmwvigor.. materials areimeqnlled.Free access is given
$ "This: Is how It was Mr Medway- take the to the great Charity Hospital with tom beds r.
add t young They'were hopeless-weak of the weak, that's their D&lDe-had been out ,and directly that makes weak men strong. AD druggists and 8oo patients aannail Special uufrtK-
mote bty badly drawn, commonplace; utterly devoid he got home this afternoon he just ; lOa or SL .Curs Book: lion Is gitea daOr at the bedside, of f>e lick .
sample free. The next sessio begin* October *, d98I(for "
of merit Interest Was it net" retemedy nwYorkk.
or A fainted dead away.., The poor little wife Co., Chicago org catalogue! Information.address .
plan ked," Ie cruel kindness even to speak word of tfc- was so.frightened she ran across tHe road +r t!
couragement to-ths such Prof. B. CHATLOLE, .M. D., Dean, '
r had'not producer ef to.ask;tt:Matilda could go for a doctor. FRUITS OF ExPERIENCE :;:
P. 0. Drawer air NEW ORLEANS, 'LA. -
wretched stuff as this Bo I'wenbyet.to; ;see If tber-wu any- : You. find the magi who Is fut.stal fca ''
; "Heres a good article the 'Art
n her kieesoorsethrusniself Once'again I heard the wafted' words thing T could,do to help. Peter, do you on of the welfare *ftlriorVla'ana'yoVwfll'find :
"
% '"Good luck!" and saw the' girlish figure know, I think' they must be just uread. Making a Mustard Plaster.' Place YourMoneyInn the"one' Who Is ..toTW emaUrwaV'tuUy
In faded I "Pooh I There's no art in making a >
ty between my the cotton gown, and'then I fully poor!. to a matte.Wnchhoolsams alive to'the' totertsU f"W'metropolUthedtyof
the Dally, Telebe found mjr tongue' faltering over the customary Her voice sank to an awe-struck whls- mustard plaster.,.the art is in getting It a4ML@y *i-5'*- *.' .."' ". **7'-u-
formula. "Very sorry, ao very I'!. put. on your,'hu band after you have.. spade : a. :
..
so absorbed"inry crowded-no space for months ahead,'* et "There was scarcely a thing in the It: -Chicago Record. CoIIege:

< *wof 4qnlt* unknown cetera.Kelt. house and Mrs. Medway had no money
uld have shaken myself for like a murderer plunging-a r' knife not a farthing. When her husband got TO CURE CONSTIPATION FOREVER. """h8,Osi >brmim.,.sat .Ala JACKSONVILLE ftt

s Into his victim. better the first words he said wereI" .- Take- cuc ret Candy cathartic lOo I sy.aesT Ala. JMks.anlgsl. N"1 rt Perhaps something in my ?"*"nr to \ Tve sold three three *at foe estaiocM Ira
_ her:was the proprietor of drawings- guineas or, He. If C. C. C fall to run druggists once. 0 ,_ '
will not
.anii popular cnagaxine] He stan with had raised-falsa hope in' the -took In my pocket,' and the wife gave refund money. ooour to fchn that he sot isand"ilndrad
inllt3' ill being edltoMncblef.be"oae heart of the poor'young artist.but when such a scream of joy-and she clasped her interested ..t1i ad M..bO 2. M"J-It&aaD7-: \
or many"other similar he fully grasped the fact" that I 'was goIng haode-and then I thought I had better .: WOMAM'S FAILING. r""n..') .. mq 6i"ln

through, the usual proceeding of <"de leave them. -"Women have so little ortgtamlfty." "I ROLLINS COLLEG Y'N
r 'ThCwordsofuUr ere y no dining with rb&nb": awan 'amlla 'I flick. :"So Z went down stairs to make some presume you are -talking about some, one I m
a amid over his thin face, and he hastened$ tea. and then was scarcely any food:lathe woman" "Yep .1 have proposed to per STANDS FOR n' JAW .
to hide away the poor 'little despised larder, and only a handful of eoals in four tunas, and- MLOlh time she ba.'told .
Lof meuiin drawings with lingers that trembled keen the ceUar And there's very little fu-Til- me it was so sudden."-Indianapolis. Jourjtal. THOROUGH EDUCATION.C

t which"itl eta more than when he had produced them. lure in any of the rooms." : ( PRACTICAL ,EDUCATION. not only a winter' resort of great premlneooe. y

itztitter' If possible- IBhouM_ mr nil facet also Well, -why do-they deck up.their house I MODERN EDUCATIDEPARTMENTS but on* .of the busiest sjad most_
*Hil & Lade whiter, but that could in that ridiculous ,,with all that peTnnlak Springs..Fl-, April M. It.Messrs. h Pro. .....ft:tM'entW gWti.1 ** .
ZL-the who w& ed scarcely be lilac tnuatlnt" X.asked grumpily .', .'E..O,.Painter A Ok, Jehsoavnle.Wheat ; ,,01 .,A(;' I IQ u;, *,

plens infancy and guid- "I quite understand" be said, with.a :rMra.Madway told me about that too. fertiliser, I got your."limon, Pure 'Tomato" CoUetiiU Prcparaiorv. Commerda, sr

f'totleriag 'stepMoct brave attempt at cheerfulness; "you must When,they married, some,rich-eccentric pay for It.thought'bat lam It'was beginning a long to Bn4 price out to t Maak.'M.-Konaai. AND
f"cyery, h: < be simply overwhelmed with, contributions. aunt gave,them all that muslin as a wed that.in.this:case at least to.buy the mast
Such a splendid magacrae as'Parnassus . ding present yards and.yards and yards practicing true economy,'.tormy n'X .JP<;
and illief4 tnomatoes Instrbc
with danger fertilised I =:very emphasis is laid upon the *
is with yoursU li.tar
Of
too course have an the
yon of,It. Wasn't it silly T She hadjusd tt by *
and
avoid ahead of anything else The plants lion given. The professors Instraetpt like Its elder sister, the aouthermest aofkoor
U | city
ma g t* best artists of the day. her for year*, and didn't know what to do started to .(TOW.quicker>than any irais- lane expert who have held corresponding "'trata ar"1rDbi. 11i:'
h, sewing nature He paused, then went on with a slight with tt. Mn. Medway thought she might up steady _I ever saw.,and have kept positions and. in the highest colleges in be' beaoufufiutj' f".v . '**..?' -.4
; growth slice IB et .
ever spite
cbtngottkt'u9tl effort,- as well use,It to cover the windows,,.t the excessive dry'weeder Beautiful Location Healthful Snrroujid*
we are expeiieaeingrf -
ptee' ltIiatIn "May I ask U you could recommend to that the neighbors, couldn't spy outJt :J'roIl1t.PflHIaL. appearances' nra. Modern Methods, Excellent Library.
'" me any other magazine that you think emptiness of the rooms." they will be at least a eonple of weeks Fine Gymnaalnm, Well-Furnished Koo is,
ytht ixpectitats these drawing might suttt" '89:thai explains the grand mystery, ef early ahead of the to others la bearing. "It Ca.too Good Terms Board.ReasonaUe. Xaeh: student 1.111 en 'KEY-WEST
yet say how'they will
Meth.r iiena- I felt like a traitor surely It wag Only the shrouded house' In yield, but I am not afraid of compare the. result a room to himself without extra Charts
laF to looicforwithout- prolonging his torture--but I mentioned "Tea, really the way people talk Is too being! .equallysatisfactory. 6XOM1X WA13. tys.Tor .
-. llat the names of some pictorial publication ridiculous! To hear some of the remarks C.KcQU.t.RJU&, further- Information and Catalogues II dose to the warn waters of the fa
efirff wT'-Tlooniy fore- which might possibly nave an opening. they made'about Number Twenty-Seven, .' apply to umtAM XUOT ruL i iVixm mans ,Gulf and each, IeNb1'iIOI1Deotecl
He thanked me in a voice that was resolutely one,might'have thought there was some CHICAGO ON ST LOUIS. Fur. for traospertatlon. Tic both art linked to
t't6ethIr'wi1en she steady, but all the the:world by the beat .
courage m the thing:awful going on there. ,"It'. hard to die 00 young." said the .- -
emdRht of Mit6er world could not take away that drawn "How very foolish of them! But Robin, turkey, "but I'm thankful. for one thing ,
llrettafttyto: the lives took around the lips, nor, the' unconscious if this auntof theirs Is so rich, why anyway" ,
cr ud Child,4tndshe expression of pathos In the wistful I eyes. doesn't 'She something for the young I ",What's thatf asked *he oyster.

w after than'keforesaid. He bade' me good day and left thefoom. equpier'"Because I'm not to be served in St. Louis,".replied RAILWAY :
'
What sudden Impulse made me open the she Is very angry with tl em. the turkey; "so III not be .eaten
.
iF>hOft, it'"Rtakqaatatal door;and call him back? It was pure'Idloey : She hated the Idea of Ctajsjs2marryl| g'spoor with a knlfe.-TChlcago 'News. : :

yiad ,'easy'atve on my part. .man. and lief Mr. >I e4. --.-- II la the eeuntry and we
leave
: 'Don't be'uythingbut "What good_ In the long run, would if'do way would'nysMMrTirene llb picture* o yen to mesa
"NO-TO-BAC.
FOR TIT CENTS.:
t.- the poof vs one or two draw- sold. 'He MirTu work/*. \>** *hen Guaranteed tobacco cure,.makes tweak 1j13:4 tS b ,'in"tht. *7011 than OU,

u t man doom tike , ors weril insTttabts 'cHow' Cla how oddly orst of yon'It"speak.VoWUyhlnkyou !ay be m era ling, blood pur" We. ft; :.u& ifi JI&DIe.b..1ook'aDY' raT. o;If'Tdar'ranwAi'>ou ,'cantoC- iuwrtUlfcro by '

reputaPa --were sorry for the r ad tf -.mom ..Y' 1 4 to .t '.. "' ..r ,. ... ,.; E1E
1't young fellow success," said LBXFT, IT. i t

that this ., rrm v g'meseverely.lor 'to 'Phillips-What's the matter with that ; ,

t Cubit yt. *.;wfaat a'preposterous' ye fallow from Colorado-4sn't he all right? '...
cntated"feebly. Qulpps don't know.' Somebody said he 146, ThEcBESTrnROUTE. Afaros

T howj CIaUu.a '1s 'goingg to that left Topic Pike Peak under at cloud.Town I! y s.


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rA9ea ,, BEAUTY tskawon JOaP. I J.o... -
partlcuje .ahednlellatN
M w Clean .blood mans a clean skin. Nor' _N--ss.a. .* TNC 'h : .tlecralP.N.S', ete ,
D. Ackerty.
tn. bilious complexion by taking Cascarets O. .. OiMurnitsjT er AeaicuLTviit ,

' b ca o poor beauty thartic!,without clean ')ii'&srur.ts'OU..Jbloo4: ,and. Candy keep Qa-It, ::' HQGCHOLERA.. -. .. .,Agent, ; II1e, Jacksonville<1fJ,:,.. ..,... kk rte,a .

clean by stirring the May liver and _aIl II.:=:.mtcd i '
driving all impurities from the body."!Begin .' .- .. "
today tor.. banish: bolls '
? pimples. 1-Q:2Ic.t.PwP8Cbp! ""PIIUi 'J"; '. .
blackheads and that sickly t
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beauty" 11 cent*.' All druggists satis .' Ii. M .1Jvmai'i>N: r .:o." > 1 ,..
rye' r _faction_guaranteed.,M*,' ciOer_ rag.ratewlsSM Jf"4r4JS," {... .. .II"-' :.-tni $ .c-'l; .--

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t { FtoRmA. fly, and prices are away up. Net return SPARKS FROM WIRE. REFEREE DUFFY DLL.! >":':: iaDP'dxtltfration:in-HejdeoT. ., ; '

bate run all the from B to $7 - -. *
way per Prof. John H. Duffy; th rrr fens Of the :- ."J.! frrigatlonv.i
Mate, while small ones that the growersdo It la generally"aupposed that the Spaniards factor '
and Important
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS FROM ALL Sullivan and Corbett FKsxhnmons s'
: SMALL NEWSY ITEMS ABOUT nOt care to send away, bring 10 to 10 Maher, and many other fierce battles Introduced several varieties of fruit tent of the crop*',

EVERYTHING cents each In the local market. At thesame PARTS OF THE WORLD. trees Into Mexico among them perhapsthe
S'E ; UIAO K.\l'4E. fought in New Orleans died Thursday.He and Tacambaro t1r6 e
time the old plants are making sweet but the traveller In *
orange
each Jmoreloa.
'J r was a lever light-weight, and won agree but to;
suckers at a lively rate and these are In Short Stories of the World's Doing several bottles until weak lungs forced that country, after seeing tbe numerous and Hermoailla; r j

dipping* of_Florida E raits 8ro>nI even greater demand than the fruit- the in him to abandon boxing after which he forests of wild oranges Inclines to the yield la from 1.700 to 1109AVIth ;

-* Our*.,Btiit* Erfihtngei Carefully Green Cove Spring. '-Told by Telegraph was referee for the Olympic dub and theory that the ancients knewof this fruit the advantages of;eumi'the

I Condensed for Our Buy Ataohua county Is to be congratulatedupon Condensed Form. other organizations. He has been falling and that perhaps it was cultivated before tree in Mexico should yis

' the fact that the last dollar owed for some time. He was M years of age. the time of Cortes. However, works to 8.0CO oranges. The tree!

: v't J Readers by the erection of the court house has STEAMER TOLEDO FOUNDERED. | treating on the history of old or ancient ally subject to'any pest nor-1

r been paid. At the last meeting of the The Brush steamer Toledo Captain i. BIG CLOUDBURST. Mexico do not describe oranges; yet it Iso ed by any disease. Indian,.<

COCIIIIJ1luk> the balance due Galveston be presumed that the existing wild
county D9rs Wlshart, W'blcb.I1ed from on
The of the Florida Central
surveyors A cloudburst Sawmill Run caused
up 'a lock, found to obscure and Inaccessible
generally
A Peninsular .railroad are at Fernandlnal; on the old Murphy judgment which July JOth for Rotterdam, struck on Urlm -
flood in that stream and endangered the Drouth-Proof CuIt1T
amounted to something over 1600, wan rock. ScQly Islands Jn a dense fog and regions of the tropics, was
hU
and for the
ground been broken new
c lives of dozen Five childrenare
'commodious t de- paid. This judgment has' been hanging foundered almost trrtmtd lately in twenty- a persons. placed there originally by the band of From the Florida AgricoU
and elegant
passenger missing, and all are supposed to have .
pot., T. J over the county for a number of yearn live fathoms of water. There was just man nature spread it widely, but gradually The drouth has already i ied seztt
fend gradually. the oommtasioners have boat and all been drowned. They are: Irene Loftus cnanged it from a sweet to a sour
launch large were
time to a
to this
t \ crops section
One hundred) and fifty new Insane pa- Regis Loftus. Genevieve Shaughnessy, with i'poet
paid it off. Now the county stands clear saved many clad In their night clothes or bitter orange. The United States Con- for farther
Florida Injury,
dente received at the
have been
Margaret Shaughnessy Nellie Sault) and lUl-General In the
of Mexico
as far as the court house Is concerned.Her city says
only.
change the mode
of
asylum for the Indigent insane alnce the Anna Holzapfel.The .
'flail of last January. Jacksonville and script floats readily at par. and the The Toledo was bultt In Sunderland in hat the Mexican orange comes under. the son; the plans commenced, ;

Dura county are Bending more than any financial condition of the county Is excel 1882 for John Tully and hailed from that body of Regis Loftus was recov- family Aurantiacea, genus citrus. Although rigid to a ftnlsK The wrfo
ered this Mrs. Loftus. mother of fifty varieties are known to exist
lent. Gainesville Sun. port. Her net register. 2.843 toOL She evening. he drouth should, however
other
town ;
or county.Orlando'
Sebastian Lehman, a Frenchman by was 301 feet long by 42 feet in breadth the two Loftus children Is dying from here are but three kinds of oranges on us the necessity of a el
pineapple crop It Belling at the effects of the shock and exposure. found in the markets of the country tern
of hold.
28.7 feet depth
birth a Floridlan by adoption. has a that U more nearly
remarkable prices. In the home market water classified as follows Tha:aweet
The In the run began to rise this : orange,
home on South Lake Weir where his Crops can to a great extent i iIrouthproof
"nubbins" are bringing from 15 to 10 and 8 o'clock naranja dulce the Chinese
;
ABSORBED BY NEW COMPANY.The morning, at a great volume orange'naranja"aeTRtaa
brother Jaques. ten yM.ra0.. started avineyard by deep and
f cents apiece while fruit shipped East and of down. The and tbe sour _
water came messing children ; orange
which has borne the finest kind Cambria Iron Company whose extensive age. in connection with aWi
to the Middle states la bringing from tt together with some older persons naranja de agria." The "naranja de
of grapes and made money for the owner. plant Is located at Johnstown.Pa. of humus.In .
to 60 cents net.-Tampa Tribune. were standing on the porch of the brick China" 1s a small fruit a little over two
will be absorbed by a new
Mr. Lehman says be knows of no business corporation a contest for a premiv J"an
< The Duval and Clay Sugar Company, for the same amount of money that the Cambria Steel. Company and its tenement house on Violet Alley In the inches in diameter spherical slightly agricultural society, for
which owns SS acres of land one and one of Main depressed at the deep in col-
rear street near West Canon. apex yellow
stock will be guaranteed 4-per cent. dlvdends.
has -
given as good returns as his vine yield of corn, an acre of/old/
; Quarter miles north of Orange Park baa This porch overhung the run. When thecree.t our, thin wkh minute oil cells and very
yard. This year's yield was but thirty- given one of the conteataats'X
organised with a capital stock of S300.000. feet delicious; Its tree la somewhat dwarfish
wave twenty high came down
two barrels The new corporation will have a capital all
or 1.440 gallons, owing to dry aa nearly aa possible, iiyai
+ divided Into shares of $10 each. It U the the porch was carried and the having small leaves one inch to one inch
away '
weather: the crop of 1S87 was 1300 gallons, of 84,000,00, and the holders of the Cam- people quality of land). 3"j
Intention of ,the company tooperations oomm sacswhile went with It. and a half long, and resembling those of
bria Iron stock will have the
ti that of 1896 was 1.200 gallons. He privilege This acre was plowed, and]
l at an early date..a" has sold all the wine h. has made at lUG of subscribing to three shares of the new Near the mouth of the run, the sand the myrtle. The sour orange has a roughIsh crossed and recreated, until ItJ

{+ 14.1.e.nr.n are rtvtna- elmDlonnent' to 12 oer' gallon.Walucha's company, the Cambria Steel Company,, dredge Pittsburg was moored and when rind rather thick acrid, bitter pulp. oughly broken to.the depth
to-a large number of women and children. and Is generally large in size Its tree is
for every share of the old company. the men In it saw the wreckage coming ; Five hundred 'Ughf.'J
Men who tobacco before have orange groves were never In large having hard and
a wood In
never grew many
down and
the stream the
people struggltog muck 50 loads of Barnyard
-
the most successful of our a more flourishing condition than now. places develops trunk of :
been a great dimensions
among The DROWNS HERSELF. for life, they stopped all else and 140 pounds of guano were'ed the
growers contend that as the cold
Notwithstanding the tbe leaves
tobacco growers. The police of St. Louis have another went to the rescue. The men and the ; are of a brilliant agree- and plowed to shallow|
the
wave from last
came south winter,
protracted drouth tobacco will yield an able green color, .aruOiuUe lanceolated,
it will mystery which they are trying to solve. women were carried out into the Ohio planted to drills. flit Inches
never occur again, and In oonee-
and with
of 800 to 1,000 pounds
average from per a broadly-winged petiole. The
About 1.60 Sunday afternoon an unknown river. but were saved by the sanddtggers.The No replanting nor g
quence grove property is advancing in
this 7eal'Da.4e City Democrat. sweet orange could be
acre greatly Improved
great body of water did much damage yielded 149 bushels and
tw4
prices Thirty thousand >bODe of oranges woman. partly disrobed appeared on the and much could be ;
Congressman Sparkman. by Invitationof and grape fruit were shipped from this river bank at the toot of Merrimac St. A sandbar fifteen feet high at the accomplished with It corn, taking the first prendn
the East Coast Railway system. Is at foot of the run was washed by careful selection in 1U propagationfor kept to She
point last season, and notwithstanding and plunged Into the water before she away. green ground

Miami In company with General Manager the cold of last winter, and the excessive could be rescued by the people who' werenumerous Parties of men are searching for the seeds instance, selecting shoots, cuttings throughout a spell of.dry'corn
or from ,
trees
harbor at that or budding or craft-
Parrott the
Inspecting bodies of the children. cultivated to the
thereabouts. Tne
drouth all through the spring and summer woman's sound
place. He left here Monday night and the best Judges claim 10,000 boxes body floated out into the stream and There was a heavy and continuous tog Florida.with stock from California and at least five timer

a-speclal train was placed at ills disposal. for the present crop. Albert Cartton estimates --! sank. Up to a late hour it had not been downpour of rain throughout Western the There are few countries that lye

He Is expected to return home tomor- his crop above last year's. yield i recovered.In Pennsylvania from midnight until 9 this subtropical posoeiis Mexico natural advantages and which Cow Peas.-The proper fe t

row.-Tampa Times. which was 1,600 boxes the pile of clothes' ,scattered on the morning and considerable damagedone was enjoys hardly the soil should be the first obj

,The Tampa Republican a weekly newspaper ground was found $206 in paper by washouts and the overflowing of any are gifted with the immense proportion With said view, prepare the.
money,
f will make its appearance In this Leading citizens of Manatee are strongly $lOll in gold coin and some change. The small streams, but u fa/"as known there of territory comprising two-thirds oughly, and then, unless.you]
objecting to the action of the board of of the Republic suitable for
It be under the orange cut '
week. wlU
city next other casualties.STRUCK .
woman, whose identity could not be were no pluS stable, or other manses; i
W. C. who Is well education of that county by which they ture. The greatest producing and moat
editorship of Crum. learned appeared to be in comfortable 300 to 600 pounds of add phosj
known as a .u1lDi l1 republican and a made four months the maTtaumi school circumstances. A ROCK. Important districts having easy means o:t from 400 to 300 pounds.ot kiln|

man of considerable edJ.tori&111LDd literary term for the ensuing year. The object- This afternoon the steam lighter Laurastruck transportation, are La Barca, Ocotla per acre and plow In. ,The i itity
Uon Is well taken. It is an unfortunate and Guadalajara, in the state of Jalisco
ability. The faithful of the locality gave I a rock near the steel pier In San : will produce fine tesulls,
substantial evidences of support before child thhat'Is'' born in any county that has FOULLY MURDERED.One Uago, and sank In ten feet of water. At Yautepec, -Moreloa. Linares and Moat. believed that the larger quantnection
only four months of school of the most outrageous crimes ever morelos, Nurvo Leon Rio
in the ; Verde In San
year.
the venture was ..ured.-Te.mpa: correspondent : the time of the accident she 'bad on board with cow peas ril1 .
It Is an unfortunate that committed in the State of Mississippi was Luis Potosl, Guaymas and Hermosello ;
county has to ,
T.-U. 4k C. 630 men of the Third Michigan Regiment good results as the above hea|
depend for *ts perpetrated in the! suburbs of McCom Senora Jula
future
> citizenship ; TamauUpas, and Coatepee
Work on Wilson's new mill building Is upon who' were on their way to the transport tog with muck eta, and is
children who have had but tour months Ctty. Miss. Mr. Scott Causey and his and Cordoba, Veracruz. In Montemorelos
rapidly progressing, and soon the merry Harvard. No lives were lost but an exciting About June 1st lay off Into ]
schooling per year. Besides this, the wife were both foully murdered about and Linares during the last three years
*
bum of band saws, circular saws, planing scramble for the shore took place I feet apart and plant peas."Wondertulltor' p
(act will keep away intending settlor 10:30 o'clock Sunday morning. The asa- more than 60,000 trees have been planted
machines, etc., will be heard again. The : In which many of the men feU Into the CUy. U,
: and drive away. active citizens. The Manatee sin used & gun loaded with buckshot. with several'hundred grafted and budded wish
new building is considerably larger than shallow water. The Harvard will leave you to raise peas
board should at once retrace its The officers pot bloodhounds on emurderer'e with California and Florida stock. The
the old one, two stories high and many tomorrow. The cruiser Prairie arrived Pfiaea, stogie stalks to
'I steps trail and they followed Ttm Mexican people relish the fruit and
especially
Improvements added. When finished and will be used as a transport. Genera I not stand nearer than H
Garner, a neighbor of the Causey's. Garner on the occasion of the
I this will be the most complete and largest Since the:rapid decrease in the numberof Shadier and the sick soldiers who are holydaya experiment- try some fo
was taken to Magnolia jail to prevent All Saints' Day and the Posaadaa vast
plant of Its kind In the state.-Palatka alligators in Florida began a few under the care of physicians: will leave vote thoroughly. I pre
a threatened lynching. Bad blood bad quantities of it are brought into the principal
the ''Price'of
years ago
Advertiser. alligator leather Monday on the transport Mexico. cultivating to sowing, as 1
existed between the Causey and Garnerfamilies clues for home consumption. Mexico
Frank Granger near Orange Heights, years age the price of alligator hide orlstber growth can be produced)

was riding borne the other night. He fell has advanced sharply, but there for some time. KILLS THREE PERSONS.A city alone consumes annually more ourhlr rtoe. sar-about
is to be than 300 carloads of sweet Chinese, and
a revival of the
Industry. Mexican turn under.
asleep on his horse, when the animal special to the Telegraph from Amertus -
crossed the railroad track took down the saurian are plentiful, and their BIG COLLISION.A Ga, says: sour oranges while Puebla consumes 70 The land may lay until

same,-'and coming to.a trestle, fell, throwIng skins are being brought to this country frightful rear-end coihson occurredin The most fiendish crime In the history and Guadalajara 30 carloads. As regards big time, thus giving the

his rider on the ties stunning him so In great quantities. The Mexican alligator the Sharon station. Sharon Mass., of of Sumter county or the whole the by-products of the Mexican orange to decompose.If .
has a lucre deeply scored the New York. New Haven A Hartford state the leaves (hojar )are used for the tea of
that when the oortb !bound train came hide than was committed at Friendship, twelve not practical to plow
along shortly afterwards it ton Kr.GraIIpI"a that found In Florida, and Just at present Railroad at 7:45 Sunday night when an i miles west of here Mrs. James McGar- the Indians and of the poor, and in large fore February tat at pta

body all to 1 pieces.Tbe is more popular. The attempt to raise express train which was running as thesecond rah and her son James Boone. were murdered cities where markets they are !sold in the streets off into seven Veet drills.'
and to the to
famous cowboy band arrived atJacksonville alligators in,the South may result la the section of a long tram crashed by a negro man with an ax while small bunches tor ter. or other suitable pro

last week from Dodge City, establishment of an Industry hat was 'Into the first section, composed of the local they were in their beds one half penny each are. consumed In torn of the drills and p

la. It" the only mounted band 'comII very profitable a few years ago. cars.As After this double murder the fiend out- best large quantities. They are considered the loose dirt possible at save

Ned of jreoulae cowboys in this country The storm that visited Caryvttle and the a result six ,persons were killed, raged a negro woman tied her to a tree and are remedy highly for insomnia commended add for restlessness children. ntog. Then drop-the
-- ---It -will-belong to Terry's Rough Riders. western portion of Washington county and twenty-six seriously Injured. The In the wood., and mutilated her in a A wine Is manufactured 12 Inches apart As an'some ,
from the
The majority of the members' are from Tuesday night of last week was terrible Injured were nearly all removed to Boston shocking manner. She died also, but not refuse six and some nine

Colorado. The band formerly traveled In..Its ravages almost devastating the on a special train, which was met by until'she \had told the murderer's name. oranges hundred, purchased at about one shilling While the corn is small,

With Buffalo Bill's Wild We. Show. turpentine interests and blowing the ambulances and surgeons.. The rear car He told other people that be had killed a in Cuantla Morelas, andGuadalajara run a coulter, or other'pi

The steamer LavkUa on her trip from growing crop of corn to shreds in many of the local train was completely demolished three people last night then borroweda a bottle., which There retails at two shillings torn of the furrows. :The

Drayton Island to Faiatka one day last i places. The farmers 'of Holmes Valley and a portion of the second ear horse and rode away. t..wbJcbcould are other valuable (equivalent to subsolltot)

E week got stock to the water hyacinths will lose the'toddr.',, The entire crop of while the engineer of the express train The murdered persons were discovered as products the distilled water,of be the jtbtaloed blossrtbevuaed, sucn continued to the middle oA

: at Buffalo Bluff and was unable to pro cOrn 1s on tbe ground and ls likely to be was crippled by John Boone, a son oft- the murdered for toilet purposes worth about 1S3>% June lap Plank,

eeed. The' passengers and mall were damaged very much. As far as can be woman and a crowd at once started after i gallon; citric acid from the pulp of the w n toe corn i

transferred to Hodges' Mill and a tela- heard from no lives were lost There 1s HAT RETURNS SOON. the fiend. He was caught and promptly sour oranges; 01. from the leaves and an 1w C O noVomaforesaid

phone IDWaAI sent to Faiatka for no way of estimating the toss to the turpentine United States Ambassador Hay came to lynched. rind; and the essential oils from the very nearly |

another steamer to come and take the men :in Washington county at the Embassy In London from the country blossoms leaves, and unripe fruit. ,Mex corn and peas can

r passengers to the city. present Thousands of trees were blown where he baa been visiting and. attar lean Peas are nitrogen;
Tariff for Cuba.A growers propagate the orange from
down and ruined. transacting some accumulated routine properly stimulated
Average pineapples will not sell for an seed, but It can be reproduced more advantageously
business he returned'to continue his visit Washington despatch that it Is produce
says
perfect t
average 'price of fifty cents to a dollar Hunters from Orlando bave destroyed by budding, grafting layering
To the correspondent of the understood that the official of the War
apiece nor will the finest of fancy varieties what may be:, the last egret rookery m Associated and from cuttings. Tbe fruit appears nitrogen, phosphoric

k sell at any such average price in anyof Florida as we'learn: from our contemporary Frees. Colonel Hay said: Department have about completed the tobacco to the latter case In from four to thus enriching the i iIT
"1 have been offered and accepted the tariff schedule to be applied to CU- than can be done
'
the mariets .
northern and anyone who of Kiasknme. This not eport-4t it five years. Budding and grafting have
4- makes such assertion does the Florida the most cruel of pot-hunting, becauseit post Of Secretary of Slate. I halt leaveLondon ban ports and'that It will follow very to be practised on grown trees. Prooara- Clover, and .all attic
In about a month." closely If not exactly our own Internal famllr.
pineapple. Industry more harm than good leaves the young birds to starve unless tlon by cuttings can be effected from fume '

t If ordinary pine sell at an average of the vermin deal them a swifter death In revenue rates. These are twelve cents a both Immature and mature 'gr'owthto' properties.

r from three to five cents, and fancies from m l'eT. The plume hunters who went to HOBSON PROMOTED. pound on manufactured tobacco and propagating by seed. a well ventilated But thorough -preparlto

ten to twenty-five cents they do well and South America this year found the The board appointed by Secretary Lone 'snuff; 13.80 per thousand on cigars weighing place, yet free ,from cold winds, la selected connection with high
Y make:: rookeries to examine Into the record of Assistant more than three pounds to the thousand not atone flU the bOLnlar
Wg money for the l"01fer.-Tbe carefully- protected and paid ; the soil must be deep and susceptible

Tropical Sun. high for the: privilege of'killing a certain Naval Constructor Hobson for promotion .' ; H.CO per thousand on cigarettes of being irrigated. For this process good cuUvation will ben

per' cent, of the parents after the young to the grade of naval constructor, met weighing not more than three pounds per vigorous large seeds must be 'Chosen'irqm vent damage from drout
/-Mr/Springstead: ,.of St. Petersburg will eooU&'h'to in Portsmouth N. IL The promotion Is thousand and $1.00 a thousand,on all-to- For the benefit of both
1' are old nave at least a chance healthy fruits and best plants. In May
have.LCOO boxes Of'oranjes on his grove not for the heroism displayed by the bacco cigarettes weighing not more than
r for life. Unless some strong measure. arc the seed beds are made and In June the the ground should be
this watered I
year. He the trees during young officer In sinking the Merrimac In three pounds to the thousand.The .
taken soon after ram '
this beautiful bird will soon disappear I seeds, which have previously been kept every
the drouth. The pineapple Industry at the harbor of Santiago de Cuba. A vacancy general tariff for Porto Rico has
entirely.. .-U. A C. to earth are sown four inches apart by early roasting eat
this little city to assuming very large-proL was created In the grade of naval been prepared at the Treasury Department sooner
prevent-
:. portions and proving' a good money crop. W. A. Taylor assistant pomoioglat in constructors a month ago by the retirement and U now awaiting the action of eight inches between the rows., The rows
The the department of agriculture in Washington the War can be run with the length of each seed At maturity, turn the
pineapple plants were from Orlando of Naval Constructor 6. B. Hoover, Department I't.. intimated that
stock and are all of the fancy varieties. has been at Orlando for a day or and Hobson being the senior assistant the rates will closely follow the present bed. thereby producing 427 seedlings to the pea vlnea and follow_ '

The superiority" of this fruit over the two looking up grape growing in Florida. constructor will naturally be appointedto Spanish rates as applied to Imports from seed bed. Having soaked the seeds from ver.

Indian River varieties ls expressed He'has been in several of the Southern fill tt upon tine completion of the eum- Spain, which are about ten per cent lea 12 to 20 hours In lukewarm water, previous The atalka and vines

througottt the county by the difference ta states on this trtp, and since he reached Inatfon. than the general rates collected upon to sowing them the plants should provide the necessary <

price paid for the fruit.-Orlando Reporter. i Florida has visited the larger grape shipments from other countries.-South- come up in fifteen to twenty days U the make the ground loose,

I growers 'of this state. From Orlando he ern Tobacco Journal.COUNTERFEITERS. rainy season has not set In. On dry ert a wonderful loft

r proposes to visit the lower east coast KILLED HIMSELF AN WIFE.R. days during that season the seed beds damage from drouth,
It ls reported that in the West Tampa i J. Corbett father Of James J. Cor-
His object is ascertain; what II being CAPTURED. are sprinkled every two days, but when But any, farm

i last week one Cuban had 17,000 in done In the planting and production of bett the heavyweight pugilist shot and The officiate at Decatur Ala., have the plant .aa made its'app araaca Jt .where -a single

cub dVgroyed. These people to a gnat European varieties, what verities are killed his wife and then turned the weapon captured two counterfeiters, Frank Mason generous application of water Is necessary ed and cultivated

extent distrust banks, and are known to growing and fruiting successfully, and upon himself with fatal effect He had and Albert Larson with their whole every day, the amount being decreased acres according to the at

hide considerable-. of money in all causes of failure'where failures bave oc been In extremely poor health for some outfit of goods dies, etc. That section of as the plant grows in May the the road that leads-to a

kinds of>> places. The man lived over one curred. He also looked about among the time. Death was Instantaneous In both country has been flooded with counterfeit. ground Is plowed, cleared of all weeds, of the old plan of uni

of the stores and when It caught fIN he pineries of Orlando, and was much Interested a ea. liver, principally quarters, for some and fertilized with cheap manure, having tear. When you get y-
did not have. chance The shooting occurred at the residenceof
to get his money.A In the progress of this industry time. plenty of nitrogenous matter. After the the new plan, labor will
abort while ago another Cuban while the Corbett family No. SO Hays St.,
there. land has been well worked ditches are task; It will be a pieaauret
Ms wife was hid San Francisco. Shortly before S o'clockA.
gone MOO in the
stove. Frank P. Collins the war correspondentof NORTH ATLANTIC SQUADRON RE- run at a distance of about U feet apart
He want out. and while M.. Mr. King, a son-in-law of Cor
he was Ms
gone tIM Boston Journal died at Tampa CEIVED. and then cross ditches of the same dis Long Leaf. N. C.
wits, came. kt and started a fire in the belt who WM living In the house heard .
stove, with the MOO for kindling. last Sunday. Mr{{ Collins was an excellent two shots In his father-in-law's room. Hundreds of thousands of people along tance. At the Intersection of these ditches [The above plan wfll do'for"

correspondent and men who served Hurrying the banks of the Hudson and thousandsof holes two feet deep are made for ttte Una but will .it work ...
A special to the to the room he washorrified -
.. Savannah News from to *
with him say that he contracted the dls- all styles of river craft blended their reception of the young trees; this will [ eol1] '
BC Augustine that Dan 1 find Mrs. .orbett lying on the bed i
say Miner .of which
ease In making one supreme effort to shouts In a royal welcome to the give 246 trees to the acre, can be 0
this state,-has sold his claim in the Klondike covered with blood while his fatherInlaw returned -
scoop other papers on a story lost before North Atlantic Squadron under decreased on a very rich soil, making the

: from for there the snug Karen ran of -,000. and sailed leaving Cuba. 'He succeeded, but at the from lay his on mouth.the floor with blood pouring command of Roar Admiral Sampson and distance 18 feet apart Great care Is taken Hybrid Pines.

on 19th.: This news cost of bar life. jests father In transferring the plants that .
arrived InTampa" young
Is reported to-have-been : as fine an August day aa could be desired The yearbook of the'
In "
a letter Mr.; Sunday' "night, not knowing of his was.ature's tribute to the return of they are not In any way Injured either rteulture
Mill* wrote to Ms states "in cult,
wife who lives at: JUDGE MCLAUGHLIN
son's death and the blow was a sad one DEAD. the victors. For almost three hours steam In leaf or root. A ring (caJete Is hoed varieties
Malabar but his son. recognising the It,has commonly
handwriting to him. I Judge William McLaughlln Judge ofeAdow whistles of all sizes; stem sirens and round each tree wide enough 'to admit that seedless

tore open,the letter as soon J. W. Fame, manager of the M the Lexington Judicial Circuit and rector small guns along the shores shrieked and I manure and In conectlon with the ditches and naval plant
as he. got tt
r; cured the information: its Land Impl'OYem.rt'00aapanT., of Mead of Washington and Lee University, boomed In the effort to display the'heartfelt referred to above, for irrigation pur- because of their 0ed1

Millers friends above given. w.. near,Cttrwas In Ocala J"rS4a.In\ died at his home in Lexington on the tub enthusiasm for 'the home-coming of I poses. If It does not rain all day follow Swingle and Herbert ej
Indian Y.
on River win
hope terviewing'the'merchants' and business Inst Death... caused: from a carbuncli the naval heroes the
the plants
the report is correct. It with their battle scarred tog transplanting are Irrigated division of-vegetable phj
ler Is said that Mil men. wJttr a view;of .getting.them: interested He was a major of artillery ta the CM_ ships.17u'ly and' afterwards so often as they I thology

A is correspondent: expected borne of the In a Florida few day ., In providing. or &advancing money toaiont federate anny. and had been oa tne In the morning the seven big require it.,: Two or three days after If! these plants found abundant however

and Fruit Grower. of Farmer buy cassava' root;for-the farmers bench for' some twenty-five years. lf e ships-the New York. Iowa Indiana the earth 1 around the plant has settled when the flowers are
Jacksonviller
sara the,line' of the Florida Central Parsers was aged 70 years. Brooklyn, Massachnsetta, Oregon and loose soll mixed with leaf mould or ma- from
Florida
"the orange crop this rear win not snlr r.1bt..A. IwMI04h __ .. distinct'.sorts T
aria "
'tA Ir.
.A":.'". used make the loss.
,, as large as'that of last - -'- --- -v -& Texas-lay in New York Bay Jut off nure Is to up When fruit which are'STATE
Anjrather .. aotnla
season.
I estimate of' that product, :Mr, Paine has just returned ORDERED HOMB. TomnUnsvUle. S. L There was no idea the trees are mature, dead and Ill-shaped jxeq
the
at 1,000,000. The pats prospective crop from'Baitlmorlwben, he saw'the Orden were given today for the returji | wrth Admiral Sampson that New York branches are removed with the p

evidently correspondent's correct estimates principals of his company, and after fully to their state: rendezvouses of the followIng was prepared for a rousing reception but I sew the wound being _

on*. The.lJc"ht more (ha nthe other discussing tilt question of tasking starch: named volunteer regiments: Firs* the news was brought.shortly by a tug knife and then tairedoYBje MsB Sa be. r
frees of last :
lowed winter fol has'.concluded;to:erect a starch factory Illinois Cavalry and Pint Maine Infan from the navy rant, 'and, ell the shipsof :I substituted fort fl ie former.
by
several months ,
of dry weather on-their property:: , hybtil4
lasting put
rendered, this until late In the spring has Paine,says the land will grow from ten New York now at Fernandina. The First under preparation for dress review. By I sTyentertog Into the heart of the nava3 eraTbe'j

aa unfavorable rear forora.nc. to tw nq-ftn tons an acre. He will par IllinoM to ordered. to Springfield ""_,O'clock the big fighting ships looming Maturity of cropTarles very much .
..
although the trees nave been *J a ton at the factory, and the Florida First Maine to Augusta Me., and .high:above the picturesque confusion of,1 fnMe co. In Campeachr.Chiapas Oaxaca.Guerrero. a

) began.growing nicely since the summer showers Central A Peninsula. agrees to haul a car Second New York td Troy. tamallerq; ,fcWhk 'bad come down to Atllxo (Puebla) and Taut span retied

load 'of maximum1' tonnage for $4 a,car. gds;,a:glimpse ot.tSenl. were ready tot I (Moreles) the fruit ripens as early,
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Sr F The' pineapple growers at Orlando ate To arrj out hls'-proposed plans'of a fac BIO FACTORY BURNED movement.,Strung out along their desks July and,the; season lasts until asC ctcaed

o 1 In luck. The.:fruit is now ripening and tory tt will be necessary to plant 5,000 The BUn Cloth Manufactory In ... ,. :to-'k >g:, reular;IInss,'wen;thewh1t e- 1, while in Cordoba and Coatepec (Vera Envwe CitT'

;: Ott x; although much smaller In also than It acres. Those... on the subject will do where 2.000 persona were, employed, uniformed JackJea,,WIth here and tier a cruz), In Mlchoacan and'Jallsco until 8e Thew-plaatg%
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;.- ; would bar been bat for the check to the all tisercaa-to Interest tt..nn.w.u4 win destroyed by nre. The fire was the blue coated officer; all etronsftr cuntusated tem&er., Bio Verde and Montemorelos f ot next 'State. Hand

t- a growing plants by last'winter cold tat heartily'COo- perate in providing mean. to of an incendiary. It Is eetJmated that| : against tbe somber lead _-. sad the Sonora crop 'cornea :'tar wehall

demand,seems to: b* _In excess of the sup- ,secure,the taseava'root .to plant. lose is more than 100.000 pounds star ,,of the ships ;f- about November IftT. one yield vli: Mea.ra,8wtag e.x
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lit soap., dresses and bead wear, THE HOUSEHOLD owp work as her house gowns, for U they ,.
- id be packed solidly ate more .0 the -V arf not becoming she must' look JUy- vouthern f-- SI-

IRTROPOUuutbiiiihe betterhvnd the latter should not be given : dressed the greater part of her time. .

room"to pitch about' in. yet should not be FOR OUR HOUSEKEEPERS AND OUR In this day of Independent ideas cheap

pressed or crushed. j je LADY READERS materials and separate waists, it U a -

by e II I woman's own fault if she does not look .. Railway.EZOIUJR .

and UdV and respectable, no ID&ttet, what she
bobbies
ayne Publishing markabte Some men one have is that queer of a Olasoow a Hatter Pertaining to the Home- nuiy be doing. She cannot succeed very h1 Utz

who has spent the leisure of four re-I' Help and Hint for the Housewife well, however, if she persist in wearing

1Dade Co., Fla., Sep. 2, 1898. in rewriting the ScriptureHe" a From Kitchen to Parlor out her old street 'and visiting costumes '
as:house gowns. /MT' anno! miDI OFT or noziDL
poslttor with a wonderful gift Of turningout The Fireside. !L
fIrst the list of for
on new gowns
beautiful writing and in the tame
,?? air locomotive is to be house wear must be placed a bicycle NORTH BAST WEST.
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mentioned he has managed to reach the
."Manhattan Elevated Rail About the Kitchen. klrt. It makes no difference that one :
middle of the Psalm In two year! he
..../rork City. The compressed wHl When planning the new home as much does not ride a wheel, or that her hair is
.ntlclpaltea that the concluding verse
ave or motor is little more thought should be given to the arrangement gray. If a woman is not too old to"do
have been written. A feature of this re- 111_' _4 1&z JaMWDr..0.. urna BXVDT* CABS '
j Black cylinder similar to the of the kitchen as to the more pretentious dirty work about the house, she Is not too ,
I_"the present locomotive, with the remarkable Bible will be its Illustrations.Each deigned parts of the house. It Is very old to wear a dress that will' enable her 1IIIOaO'nI'M OOAOXM, TSSTXXULSB T&AXCT* rwW
chapter toe its artistically
ie end There will be no moke- surprising how many badly arranged to do It comfortably. The best thing
initial letter! and each book a pictorial -
>;tender and no dome. The only kitchens may be seen upon our farms; bout the erase for bicycling, and the
heading Illustrative of the context. JNaTON AND SOUTHWESTERN uniTED."
.._j OA the cylinder besides the and this 1* often the cause of so much talk about the rainy day costume is that t .
The writer is a native of Dumfries. and : ,nait ...1rIu-"
the Whistle and the sand box. .11. health among housewives. It has made possible for a. woman to I SlMpisi al.iig In his boyhood days ran errands for Carlyle ........ wt ike .
.. When one considers the number of wear a short skirt about the house with-

> curious statistics have been lately to whom be regularly carried the steps necessary to take every day In or- out being made uncomfortable by ridi .....till.4" .
local morning paper.
out by a well known scientific I der to keep the domestic machinery run cule. .Oar Vstwem JaaksoaviUe gal Kew Terk.Charletteavillt. .

r.to the amount of et held in sor i F--- ping smoothly, one can realize how econ- The short skirt should be made of denIm ;

,the ocean of the world. He "There has been a great run on the new omy of space and a careful regard for arrangements and worn with bloomers of blaclC calIco rkaola. Ldrae nrs, ,

;'that* W,000,000,000,000,000 tons of postage etfunp for Thessaly, which the will aid materially In saving instead of skirt It may be worn Washington, Baltlmero and PhllaelelphU.UMITED. .

Jn the water. Tbeee figure, of Turkish government has caused to be cir the strength and health of the busy with a shirt waist or with a Jacket to s

i'" ayey no Impression, but Itgh culated. These stamps are of the value housewife. match, as preferred. It should be cut Alfa PLSWDA. .", .

w to cover the land ot the of 5. 2 and 1 piastre and of SO and 10 para In the first place this kitchen should belight with a wide front gore and a wide T '!t'f. :rBoom g OtasrTaofPnlkBaa
of feetcurtona cofteotors to and It Is to breadth w l: ... k navM... soled layer salt. 1.000 *, and BO eager were pee- and airy, as necessary straight in the back and _

eee the new stamp that on the third spend so many hours each day In It, it finished at the bottom with a four-

v day following their introduction" those should be comfortably furnished. Inch hem. This suit Is designed ..., Jbtptaf> Cara.

[ Inhabitants of Auecies valued a.t' and 2 piastres were all, boughtup A low rocking chair should be placed for wash days and house-cleaning, .
Indtifiatl via Columbia and Ash Yi1Je Through the
of termites called the and changed hand at 18 ,hilts[*. The near the window where one may sit and for wear while gardening and caring ,

"}ts," because they invariably stamp of similar value brought 4 fall- while paring potatoes shelling peas and for the Chickens. Once tried it win nev- "LAHD 07' THE SKY."

long narrow mounds so ings. The traders In these! were Turkish performing other duties of like nature. er be abandoned for the long skirts that

axis oe the dwelling officer and civil servants wtx, now that Then too, this low chair will be handy must be held out of the dirt and slop and

north and south. These the evacuation of Thessaly 1* taking definite when one must watch something that dew and that are so trying to a wp- J&t. \JlsAM ssbetlles, aleeytag ear -......., ...>, MIItr

|six or eight feet In height shape, evidently thought the is cooking on the stove. man's nerves. It Is a good plan to make !1i eeatealeas.

}series of spires topped with first and only issue of stamps by the A high chair should also be provided gaiters of the denim to button over the

s, and when viewed end on. Turkish government was an opportunity to be used when ironing or washing dishes. stockings, and then a pair of old comfortable 1 Ptsila Pass. Aft.ll'1It'7 Street, Jacksonville ?k

remarkable reeemMance to for making money not to be thrown Some will say they consider It a lazy low shoes or slippers may be worn ". 1f. A. TUEZ, 8. H. HIEDWIOI,

1 cathedral.cter. away. habit, this sitting down to perform house- about the work. I prefer old slippers to Lest G. Yaee
11t hold task*. but such is not the case. It which rubber soles have been added. a. 1 h.a. asA

the author of the When members of the Queen's family shows, rather, good common sense to Next in Importance comes the wrapper ..u . '
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Wang Rest." bad a tol or any wandering German relatives of save one's self whenever possible and is and. let me beg of you not to make It ------ -.--== -

time-without much rest high degree visit London and occupy a plan that should be more generally Mother Hubbard style. It never looks but I note that the few. which reach the of f;;;Ser; and usually get about 'four r,

e of the grave. He ,was apartments in Buckingham Palace "b7 adopted. pretty, and it is the meanest sort of dress Jacksonville markets are neglected u good cuttings the second being the best '

: ti "independent* under Invitation" flay pay their board Just The stove should be set convenientlynear to wear about work, more especially lone as the other are around. letting It'go to seed each time. ;

Royalist after th e Hke common folks In a first class hotel the sink and the sink should be n ear without belt or apron for It Is always The Sugar Loaf a* Ms name Indicate. With sorghum cassava and sweet potatoes ,- ,

ejected lam; and b;y This prevents the sovereign lady from the pantry so that u many steps may forming Itself into folds Just when and U very sweet when ripe almost Insipidlyso I.. pretty'sure 'to get folly repaid -

fwho bullied and abused having too much company, and makes be saved as possible. And a word abou where they are most troublesome. You ; and Is probably the only variety that for all outlays. Other crops ar*> frok-

were only of the outsid I thing very pleasant for the palace servant these sinks. How many we .s that are can get a pattern of a lounging robe that Is best before K Is folly ripe. The fruit leatatlcaL The sweet potato give ma- a

; within One old sain ge *. The Independence it &'tVu.me so.low that one is compelled to bend tar will suit your purpose much better. It.. Is shaped more like a champagne bottle few dollars Income. As soon as the sorghum

rest of hi* own. Th of the royal guests is not wholly appreciated over when costing at them. This can made with Princes back and plain than other varieties. It.. late and small Is large enough to cut the consumption -

+ peace he expressed hi by them, but as the Queen early easily be remedied some rainy day, by straight front without darts. It fastens and does not Alp welL of hay ceases until frost and I bar
fr y in toer reign determined on this! economl the use of a few boards and nails and a diagonally from neck to hem and is to been unable to feed oat all toy cassava to a
The Porto Rico Is the largest
cal course her subject' cannot Justly wilting husband; and it will only requirea be worn with a vest of some soft mate- varietygrown horse cow and hens this winter. Shall w
thick In proportion to its
length,
of the harmless preventive complain of tier extravagence. It U a little time.Humand. rial. By the way a gown to be worn remarkable have plenty from last yean planting to ruse
not In flavor and often weighs
: as a means of stopping therdiptherta very expensive piece of pleasure being a .. as a rule. like to do littli with a vest 1* always nice for home wear .. 10 and 12 pounds all this summer. Of course It does .
or even more. -
a has been aaaafaetor- guest of royalty, and even the Queen' task such as this in order to mak< for such pretty vests can be made of soft not supersede corn and bran and ox v ,; l ?

by Dr. Karmaa In a Hungarian own children moat pay their way out of things easier for their wives, but th wash goods and a change of vests makes The Smooth Cayenne Is a favorite with but lessens the cost of thenv A Warr. tGeorgetown

fjla, tbe previous five months their allowances sober not directly under thought probably never occurs to them one feel almost as if there had been 'a the grower because the absence of prick F>.. <

twenty, per cent of the viHagers mummer's root. and the wife hesitate to speak of It, for I change of costume. For these wrappers lea on Its leaves renders it very easy to

i,1 attacked, and eight had diedbetliCaubleotbd . j 4 "John 1* always so busy." If possible !. I like the crinkled seersuckers that do not cultivate and handle but it does not rank Harvesting Cow Peas by .. h1D.Ir7.

: to serum Cuban women Cuban maidens, in par* have running water in the sink or an need ironing and I make my vest of with the Red in the estimation of the con-

the lit children on ticular. are carefully! guarded In their Intercourse easy working pump.It lawn in some becoming shade that goes sumer. fervor.

inoculation was tiled outside of ome. They are seldom I* very essential to have a good floor well with the dress. I always have one There are not many other varieties 'that larger area ia shown b\It'tbe saving of -

t the next two months almost never seen walking on the in the kitchen. Not necessarily: a hardwood or two vests of white lawn because they will be recognised by name by the north- 'the seed until the peat season has been a ,

e eria, aitBOUgh the epi- street. American: women' sight-weeing floor but a smooth one kept nicely do look so cool and pretty on hot morn- ern reader among these may be perhapsthe problem. Hand-picking was too slow and -

m eorroundlng y1Uag ito are stared at and spoken to. and are for painted or, better covered with neat oilcloth ings. Cut'collar anu lining of thin bleached Abbaka. the Rlpley the Enville City. .the Tines were so tramped down that they

tunate if they do not understand the.__ tan carpeting which can now be purchased muslin and gather the lawn on it. Black Antigua White Antigua and Per- could not be cut for feed so we have for
Cuban so cheaply.. What a saving of These vests are not only but nambuco. Most of these new varieties
[ be the largest stone guage. pavements, are often DOt pretty very are the last two or three year sought the
a brownatone monottth two feet wide. One is frequently: obligedto strength this will make as keeping the comfortable, and easily washed. Make shy-bearers. seed; but when we had to pay fLf a

Quarried In 1892 for step into she street to pass some loiter floor scrubbed Is one of the hardest' tasks your wrapper short enough to clear the Money is certainly to be made in pineapple 'bushel last spring we determined on a a

at the World's er. But at any little excitement, or even the housewife baa to perform. floor nicely. culture more ready with less delay I I plan of saving our ewn seed wfeteh has

t of Quarrying coat over without It, Cuban women flock to the The pantry should be large enough so A plain skirt of navy blue percale, with and fewer drawbacks than In orange turned out a compIete.uooeeL A field

to transport U to ban of their long, open windows, which that the baking table may be placed in two shirt waists, makes a fine suit for and lemon growing, and only with leas de- of several acres was set apart for the

raised. The stone affords. view of she interiors, and sometimes It, or "if you are building a new house home wear that may be worn morning or ly than In vegetable growing. The orange experiment. After being well plowed it I r

x length, and nine'feet of a court beyond. Those who have a stationary table made with flour afternoon. I like the sleeves cut straight grower teas to wait at least five I was harrowed and sowed:;; then harrowedand

hed of sand and have upper balconies venture out on bin drawers, etc. However we are not and finished at the wrist with a wide years for returns; the pineapple grower rolled until the surface was very levI .

e" there seemed them even in the mornig. At that timethey all building new hpuses and the pine table hem. and a tape above it in which to only eighteen months, sometimes not .0 I! el and smooth. Though the land was "

made use are gowned in wrappers' their hair must do, but with hooks placed over draw a robber cord. The hem then has long. The orange If stricken by frost requires rich, the peas did not make as large a

ed Into surmounted by a coronet of curl papers It for spoons beaters, cutters, strainers, the appearance of a ruffle when. the three four or five years to come I i I growth as they world had there been
their faces etc.. and the floor barrel close at hand sleeve H down and the rubber cord admits 'I
to Me- tragic and ghostly with White Into profitable bearing again the pineapple :. more rain. but they podded heavily. When

con- powder and blackened eyes. The Cuban one can quickly dispatch the weekly kak of the sleeve being easily drawn only one year. In fact it will beara '' most of the pods were aboujripe.anor- _. _____\

woman's favorite belongings next to her ing.What over the elboW. I make one shirt waist half or two-thirds crop the summer following I'I, dlnary self rake grain reaper wa5JSd"to

tea are her Utti dainty' shawl The a difference there Is In the way wfih a turnover collar and the other pretty sharp freesqjgrhlch cuts cut them. Pea vines; for a pact of their 5

'' n' fan habit is inherited from generations. some go about getting a meaL Everything with a plain band to be worn with awhite oft nearly all the upper leaves. I I j IleGI'tI1. generally lie atone and not far #
McPberson.led 1* dropped Just where it U used linen collar.I 1 I
; off the ground bat close
Neither has the pineapple .as many In- ; as they were
againstUganda every dish In the kitchen is pressed Into am also partial to matinee Jacket for I,I -
Ate knife _
sect enemies as the orange and lemon. guards got under them aDd the
camboooraUe S>)tall Capital for Poultry.'antage. service and when the meal Is finally prepared h ome wear on days when I 'have no very Excessive drouth may retard the growth ;!'I rakes carried everytiblng'over the table.; _
reoogni- the kitchen really looks as if a dirty work to do. I do not get expensive I I '
poulu. cyclone if the, surface had not
It bean smooth this-
reduce [
used an with keep- or the size of the fruit:;; but the
fowbrs s3ed hat the bednn..can make his capital had struck It. How different with materials for these Jackets but I always remedy for this. is easily provided In an I,, could' DOt'ftr'I wan have been doss A. a

turn If be will be patient, say Coleman's Rural the systematic housekeeper. Everything. choose something that Is bright, pretty artesian well or In slat-arbor.. : The lat reaper cannot be safely ran lower than
World. What. has its proper place and is put away' as and becoming. Last summer I wore a the highest lumps or stonea.
Is
ter
Is but
meant that.if one expensive It is as good as an ,
an.an commence with fifty hen he need not be soon as used if possible the utensils are black calico skirt with' one very narrow insurance and pays a handsome percentage With a reaper the else of t.Iaen.. '
arrows washed at once; everything 1* done In.OrderIY foot ruffle and two of these matinee
compelled to buy more stock lJnuM41&'te1T.as on the investment. The mealy-bug or bundles can be regulated by the driver r
try In- an. manner, and the meal Is readyIn jackets nearly the whole and Ihad
he can season sometimes and are set off beyond the:
prepare one yearvfor the next. appears around the roots of svaeo re-
etll treatmentnot He may have JOG hens Just a* short a time without half the the satisfaction of hearing that I half uired for the horses to.watt in c
not a the second yea starved plants, as lice do on cattle so no r
from and have all accommodatlOnacomplete.Tbe confusion. II was very extravagant for I dressed u>> wintered about the < mere third be Newspapers placed on the kitchen table very day as If I expected to go calling! for chine going over It. e* would be the
it is aW in year may nave a\flo will
save lots of scouring and My matinee Jackets
they were made of lawn with ;
a' GOO, and then Increase every year so that generous feeding. a IDOWW.
the woundfa In five can be doubled up and put in. the stove bough for five cents per yard at a sale. The bundles wore turned
year his -farm over ...s
contain asses<
may ,1,000 when I do not that
couple of hours. they become soiled. They apprehend pineapple culture
Heavy crash were simply made. but become
hens. very at the
He will extend the period over'fiveyears same time thrown Into wtadrowa.
stove cloths should be made and used tut. and when I will soon be overdone. It.. a fruit
never worn washed or "Of
hence course the Tines
as the walla being DMrI7'1t'M
beginning Is .
; wrttteVof s Mr*. few the cap.{aJ. will '&* small and as hi for lifting thing from the stove or opening when there was work to do In the garden which the North.Is rapidly Americans growing in popularity tn they did not hare to remain In the MIa ,

as' Not so ribnch has adds to the number of his hens, he at the over doors, instead of using the Another home dress that always' pleases dyspeptics, and the are Is a nation of aa long as If they had been ...... The

of tbrf range of her sympa- the same time enlarges his capital. Now. dish' 'cloth or apron u so many do. me Is made of seven-cent cream cheese that pine a specific for vines were dr&'WB'm the barn and piled g

le her' oWa home. For many that 1* a point In favor of the poultry Do not try to get along la the summertime cloth. It has a plain skirt and shirt-waist, so recognized complaint f the well u for diphtheric not deeper-thansix fast ana not tramped "-

a regular hospital} visitor. business-this gradual enlargement of the without an oil stove of some awdv with collar and belt of cherry ribbon. 1 textbook on pharmacy by standard and American so there would.be no dancer of baattrsj. ,

; Hospital In pall cui r. being capital which makes It so attractive to Count this a necessity rather than a lux have often washed it out in the morning, (Potter's Materta Medics sixth therapeutics The next operation was thraettog, '

iwlUt'ber aympatheuo prey many, and which also makes the business a blessing to overburdened housewives in the pan used for starching clothes, 377) edition, which, at first, presented an bnpedhneot.

ph, I who saw her In the possible to those who cannot derive a* and should be in every household hung It on the line ironed It while, get- never page devised Surely nature and the doctor which however, was overcome. A regular

w0 wrote: "Mrs. Glad- large profit In proportion to capital Invested Last, but by no means least, have a ting dinner, and appeared In It looking True have a more the agreeable medicine. grain separator waa first used, but It ., _

.out by'all tier hbspttto in any other pursnK. But the needs be. Gasoline stoves are certainly fresh and cool in the afternoon. It .costless "Isles of we the the competition of the I broke fully half too peas even when 1M ,,

the work bf ats great difficulty Is the fact that nearlyall ury and do without something else If than a dollar but my family think sea Antilles andBahama the: concave teeth were out. r k

wife. One could not but who turn their attention to poultry wall pocket conveniently near the rockIng beautiful in It, and someway I always even that: of but the he bulk of their crop and I A email"open cylinder of a very aaotsmpattern : r t,
Keys is
her presence, wlmse life are unwilling to wait five year They chair where the late papers and mag feel dressed up when I have it on. before the of marketed and was next tried but 'with U almost -
gone the Florida
f-ecrtflc*. and.one would are not inclined to tiufld) up a business, axine may be kept. Many a spare moment I could describe pretty bome'dressu crop mainland a quarter of the pea were broken. '
And
to;more of tt tn one's : but endeavor to get into It the flnryear may be profitably employed in this all day. and not have a really expensive Anglo-Saxon comes on. a crop grown by' our Having got on a retrograde motion we

with a proof from limited capital and no way and many a lesson may be learned one among them. I do not believe la than countrymen Is!, always better went dear back to the methods of our

experience, the result being that Jhe Hat while the kettle bolls.-Prairie Farmer. making them cost much for one 7wan'ta unprogressive one grown"Concha"by the and Ignorant and ancestors thousands of rears Nor tram!.

application wblch of failures is a long one. The ODe who a number of them so as to have a obaage.never Powers In Fruit Trade Journal.b&M.-8. lag out with horses... It proved to be the

t-offlce' one filed Rome begins with a few and Increases his flockacquires A Cravat :Boll I put one on and wear It steadily beat way of any. None worth mei ioa-

_ 1 most extraar.l. sf j, ILbe- .experience as he travels along With until it Is ready to go td the wash tub. It lag were broken. The vines were a d"-- __
The road of the wearing of shirt waists and Is nicer to keep two going at the same Havana, about two feet
patent for an afitla progress, and. while increasing the Cigars. deep on the bsre'foe.
merely drawing hls capital through the natural Increase many different styles of cravats andfancy time. In selecting them, as much care A cigar importer give to the New York and four loose hones were driven over
of his flocks is ties, there arises the necessity ofkeeping should be used to have them becoming as Sun some Interesting information them for
c)around m table or other adding to his experience these about a few minutes. The Tines were
fGb It.;,was'claimed the ap- and becoming more capable bf lady knows latter fresh looking Every It they were to be worn on the street. Havana cigars and tobacco lit la now then turned and shaken up and the hoer

'we stopped. It seems hat accomplishing the objects sought The that when a tie or ribbonbecomes They should not be elaborately' trimmed two months or more since the last ship se driven over them! sola. This was once

I an ant's'lees s11p a* soaping capacity of the plant Is T.dOtbe greater wrinkled Its beauty Is gone. One for then they would be bard to wash and with Havana cigars reached New York more repeated. Two men with four hors

a;railway engine from by the production of the flocks the'. aw bright her girl solved the problem by keepIng Iron. If pretty colors and designs are market. It was said at the time that It es thrashed at the rate of forty bushels '

petition was.. novel'and and the poultry sold being the source of cravats in good condition by making chosen much trimming will not 'be nec brought all these were on the Island a day. It.was. done In wet weather. when 5-

e merriment. The Income. It may be a hardship Jo supporta a round roll or cushion about three essary. Don't be afraid to wear bright These are now so reduced that not even outdoor work could not be carried alas
ap- family while Inches In diameter and twelve achetong colon In your own home If they are bee the If '
vr.< was refused on the getting well into the,bgD. largest Importers will sell Havana cigar we had secured only the peas, of
and
stuffing it tightly. ** ...ttlsatohet coming. I shall have a red
there was nothing .... tea-gown by the box. The clubs have very which there are all. we want and to spare
new i powder was added to the filling, when I'm ninety If It Is as ..becoming few and
r t chalk had been left within a few weeks they we here gotten them at less than half
{ and the cover of creel n-colored wash silk then as it is now Marie Bias In Western win .
before, and that was embroidered with have none to sell though they art of the usual coat:;; but there are a good

patentable. The Fragrant BOM Jar els of wild roses in Asiatic blossoms and pet Rural. dealing the cigars out at retail and at a many tons of vine and pod which are r ,
fllo. Her
Those who have been gathering and era higher price. Tobacco Is being grown to excellent feed more than enough to par
vats when not in
"curing" rose leaves with salt through use were carefullysmoothed some extent in Cuba but If war shouU for all the work of harvesting and :
out 'and Culture. ;
revldng as aneleat the month of June in preparation for a closely wound around Pineapple cease at once. It will be two months before threshing. .We have gesso feeding tt to

14 thejniel vs with potpourri 'WUt.ap 'ecJate'theae direction this small roll i the ends being held in place b 7 Pineapple culture Is still In extreme Infancy cigar mating could begin, and a couple I cattle and horses, and they eat It greed-
rubber bands
$ gallons from the Decorator and' Furnisher: I f; slipped on for thai and the possibilities of Improve- of more months before the boxes to ly. Do yon mean horses eat U after they ,a a
'and laid
purpose in
the
"tub, there is a quart In an. yon have the foundation When next needed for bureau drawer. men by means of cross-fertilisation' f put them In could be taken to JaTanaand! base t trodden over ant over It! Tas, w''

us of a good potpourri. Now. transfer flreibe crisp and tree from wear they were the bloom are great. There may yet be filled. All this means a much larger nee horses. They like pea Tines so wen they ?

ni 1e. the stock to a glass fruit Jar. on the Later she made another wrinkles. developed a fruit combining the hardiness of the best American tobacco for cigar do not object>> to.them if they are a little 4; .
bo,i ante! bottom of which you have placed two I cushion a little and fruitfulness of the Red Spanish, th making, and its general use by tobacco oiled.
en. larger and about IX l<
F Uar- ounces 'of bruised allspice and a*' much Its nlle Inches long. On size of the Porto Rico and the exqutaSte'ttaTor users who have never supposed that they Some one tmaya.k if there are not a lot
cover she
pader sae. 1%e stick? cinnamon broken Into large piece*. green embroidered withAsiatic I of the Pernambuco. could do- without "the fragrant HaTana.Boqhum of Immature pea among those threshed
silk "
Lof etching the words A -S
.ntttsly re The water. U any, should be drained but not wrinkled : ced The variety now principally grown is a* cowpeaa generally ripen so unevenly. .

t n t away. Here allow It to remain ODe month fancy lettering, ana d still the Red Spanish and will probably as Them are not j wMi.4< t v. __....._..< t-
a. beAftK few delicate pink blossoms Forage. - ----- - 4_
-This
a: i closely covered, stirring It up' thoroughly for the large PrettiUu wa be for years to come. It Is hardy comes ample Is ss good as any we have ever r ;
hntMJe. of
thillea e every day from top to bottom.' cre e-lbae. Into bearing long before some other sad< From the Florida Agriculturist bought 'Y :

ea It Is now ready for permanent preservaUon.r lawn and or wash blond which are so dainty the quality Is goon when fully ripened on The variety of sorghum which I plan The pods that were. unripe when the -,;
'gnd airy-looking when
+= ;:The blue and white Japaaese'jar-Is have fresh but which the plant, as all pines should be to attain is the Orange. save been using'It for the I Peas were cut either matured afterward
a of hanging
'to,hold It. for It preserve the fra- way in such,,limp, dejected fun flavor.! I have found very few U any. past five or six years previously planting. or else old not thresh out. But last sum
looking folds
,Now have 'readyan ounce each third after the second or really' superior, to a fully ripe Red Span Milo maize for fodder. I prefer the sorghum mar was drier than the summer usually
timethey an tied. t
1\&IncD; 'dont,and ,a1JspIoeq1l&Dtt7 Afterbeing ish. because while It yields as large are and a large proportion of the ?
worn pods
they are 'smoothed r
out with the
:of Trim returns as the other the cattle will eat ripened at T
fingers'and tightly off a few of the outside leave* so one ttme.-6onthero Planter.
though carefully, stalks and all. In
fact their
half; e as to afford being sweet
; rolled ow the cushion and laid a goo* hand-hold peel i remOTe -
oak away, and causes them to like It best when nearest
when next wanted all traces of the "eyes.take a INTELLIGENT INSTRUCTION. '
: come off without a
and
wrinkle and could thus be worn many. silver fork break each cube or segment ripe largest -I don quite understand the latest exercise -

fly,,tomes' without laundering--Clara away' from the core, eat-and be thank My manner of growing U'Is as follow: you baTe glven the king,remarked ;

ugh 'Evert*" IB American AgrtcoJ- fnl that you live 4n Florida. I plant It In drillsstraightabout the Spanath qu"':. Too mean the

: The Egyptian Queen 1 is considered feet apart. and, In. hills about one toot: one in which be selects number and

f sweeter and better by many people. than. apart, leaving from two to five in"'the hllL Proceeds .to count Rapidly backward Inquired ...
: -
'House the Red Spanish:; but to my taste It 'lr It makes larger canes than If "plant* the tu: Jr. -'Y-/* That* to discipline :5-

r-rPut'ofher.Wardrobe downs.
,, not equal to that humble but popular faTortte. closer I tend It fullr a* often and care bis mind so that he T x
can at all
i is of as much It ranks next, probably, to the fully as I used to land Dunet7'ron., and times keep account of the-number, ., h

4 masce to'the.woman who doe her Red In productiveness, and Is-a fine trait after cutting a row apply another" dose ship In'hl*'navT"-W..,tnrjo starCo. of
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FARM GROVA' lIB ti"eac7ot. iit ''ball_ ated .lh., b.':carefully have1wmrre examined KttHreis

"{ J blroa Several TI.ProTM.the fact that the pernicious. can be i .JMft oobtWjI Zioe'3d'
,. ";**a-:..... \\3 m'6' : how mad' Have not ,scaleis, quite ueunt, 4 Muu.7.u. + til .tteatatl4li.alIlODId;bs;:pa', j.J

it'IT ImpossfbieSEHpeitlmate. other. of the armoured scales. In faot. In careful ,ar rladg4tojOp n aprtPi..H4

yea' MATTERS THAT WILL, UITE E8'l As several of the'Jlnfevted or- one case a soap "application u,that whenever rosy;:conjturfred ,a pnerlrp g

'* ? JJJD AID" SOIL,,TILLERS. c h4r4- are close to or idJ lft Vood orrysnd killed almost every pernicious'' icate served .t1oa, wbera-tofeetaJJuiiill i r vrt'*
4- -. : TCorrelpondmce f with blackberry* and other on'a hvrge. badly-Infected pear tree ( At first sight the diredtlona seem eons absurdity beebmet

: J of Experienced Men vines along the fence lines and In the left the scurfy scale unharmed.'JThje whale-oil but -thejv.f.-i
and Interesting Extracts Prom open spaces the probabilities are that larvae are just as easily'Killed as i hose. jure fruit .this: Wlnterrtreat-badlylnfested trees New Consider tbaO&anM;

I e Our Agricultural Exchanges ConHarvesting = tae:pread hLs Deen into this as well of any other scale insect, and in'summer I It either"soap or .kerosene, according Jersey, several
trees will be'boxed-sit
llO.Pf 1Qttrm W,! must therefore face the fact that the scales themselves are'D 'more 'diffi' 4mulldn- clrcumeUnc.es,_and folJo by ODe two, and )_ y
1 ti7n son. the reaLxt
tie seals'*Is'SftlWus'aTa perBfiftent cult to penetrate 'than'those of the oystet- ..more three.,summer treatments as may be actual freedom, S

deut muet be shell bark louse. As the insects have'DO this Is from
necessary '
the Corn Crop. :
1 t stood It means'onlcursory : .
fcarvest ed tQjMwblch| r'owingl'n egg stage there Is no period when hey emulsion Whale-oil soap Is safer' to trees in av
Th fcotamon-WiethM ot examination
ISO' are beyond the reach of insecticide appll- to hams than kerosene, and should ]
Ing the crop U to "pull" the ears with_a and from the
far as I have examined them In 1897, cation. IT direct used where It is likely to pro ef- of snrroq
good ,thq husks attached, leaving the nursery .or
r pocUqmpf fleidv After teal !.Aunerlearf"any sixain New On some kind of trees, fruit buds are much for that reason. The Good pots t reason '
a& the fodder In the + to believe U
JeteRy, aYe )Y'tI6'')< wale, seriously Injured by strong early applications m a .b" soft soap and the Leggett Anchor

crop beengathered hogs angles* aDs'.rh1i ?now UfthCHhougb actual. of soap. In such oases it may be hard; soap contain almost exactly In most' cases the
are turned Into the field and ao a portion If the I actually free: but th]
of the fodder U utilised. This Heoi lip AH the others that ship out of the state applied Just before the trees leaf out with were same amount of caustic alkali pin tire certainty.

k a wasteful method, but, In a region-where are.lbeBevA free.jJVmr. .ifnot, five, nur- almost if not quite equal effect. More, |'a need one .In .the samples analysed hence Under

tbe cornstalks are usually large and rlOI"wnh a t,U In .futon row of badly-Infested Japan golden russet till work ) will answer; but I. aid Inclined to the dre

;, and where hay can..be made and 1onDtoutpatnd Atlantic''. counties have pears was sprayed In 1837,when In fun young ., that the Leggett soap .Is more has decided that'tb

I coarse It is often scaly> at p k Hence purchasers should be leaf and setting fruit, with the full If the :. t the station and ha -,
saved with little
so expense ; 'ca'rerul kiT alb caseZJuliisheadTMiV: !sub strength mixture. In September the trees The Good soap Is made by James Good of,the nature'etJUed !a"t I
tbe most economical end profitable,plan
s Whether to cut the stalks and save them Ject ''fo+ tie'stock1beinf feotifrtree from were loaded with all the pears they could It they Hurst .street' Philadelphia 'andells Vumed, r,the betiedtof'ladMeatda

the scab .. should also do.. thj* In'deaJ' possibly carry, and not a scale could be In quantity for 3ft cents per pour\ merely to,satlsityUhe'iefatlMqA.otijOther
for coarse feed or to give cattle the raneeof pear.
.7'irr( rCsqiY Ystillri i llt" aad found. In another case, pear, apple and puds-two Anchor brand soap Is made by Lef- State. >W* certificates'
the field and-use the labor .In making .
other bay depend on the amount of feed sh'otiM demand not a certificate, but a plum trees In bloom and with fruit Just -can be Brother bit PearJ street New quired in this'stated and' raltSelslgnmen !

.ro m he w,! himselt. set, were sprayed. Next day everything trunks and sells in bulk for four cents per of siock.fpearr thurelmsers
which can be secured by equal amount Ix.11Pt1 1te lf\ac\1"iti& t. l Ld'Intrt6t looked scorched but in August are
"labor. When tbe entire stalk Is saved . ; every tree ly jt f" urged to lookcarefuny. V
the of is from ': "fO-9 F. Etit11'ihtlYeridanSn toe no had'as much fruit as was good for It, sad | January Kerosene will reach into crevices;.Whuh .. Jt is.weUvto remeV s '
yield dry forage sore
1% to t tons and of that per amount approximately questiOIIpeap"hR%k4Tl.'eipet.:t AUy ensl-- live scales had to be closely sought fOr, trees be merely covered by the soap hones that nurserymen nowadays'much
and that UTe, and when the scale 1s unchecked The point of these experiments is that only one much. more effective. All wtDter-ro- ; of the stock .they selbjB

4Wblahs.l'thmost one-fourth palatable and JLbe ha part the wfff tfi'ln-WfeVUK; ; sXmottfToatl arstfofn there Is no difficulty In'killing the scales to avoid trees'have.so.. far,..shown so .14.urvlYina' man*whose premises'.havelbeeire

greatest feeding Value may be savedlir h.q}4f4t@,03 Jlrjt InfestaUon. Plums. without necessarily Injuring either the stronger scales that not until .--Septem found safe_mayjre\end out_soaj

of the thin-leafed varieties seem to come tree or the fruit crop. March .did they-become noticeable. Jam' j Leglalatian.-It, W l't W
t turning stock Into the Qald. Taking,Lt* V
f account the amount which will gathered! (Efex ; fheo pears and.. last of all apples, However completely'8UCCe applications ' winter to insist on September treatment, New Jersey;nursertes'are"not-

r'-, by cattle without expense and tbe various which seem to resist best on the whole.. of whale-oil soap are exceptionaland treat the *live "scales,are. present for these out from trading m'Btaltes'*

This general statement must not be tooTterqjy3f if the trees are lefi without sum : AB scales breedmg at that time ydates, that sonuTprovisiQiK
r 4oMe la.haadnng-and feeding ne talksi osene.
the total additional amount of feed saved > *; rTr a & upliftedandwill be easily killed;. iU feglsIature
I '
r by cutting Is rarely more than one ton mucn bettVr nUfitneri* Yn1fccV rrult.. season become eo abundant that even or .. ..scales are readOy niirs riee and nursery.deemed' '

oteTo secure this additional .. and some pears are more resistant than, the work must bit done over again or the with destroyed and these would be the otter ;.deslrable. '! "to1

? t the per snore crop must be cut. and la order'' 'cirt W'kpfrles: ''WmeTvfifietleslQf: chortles second year they will be as numerous as sene. likely to Jive through the winter; that ,jsbm* e'fbV res"

L to ,make.more tban half the weight; of I seem almost exempjJJlOLrgf J tees before. The important'point is 'that the Bulletin males ready.to emerge would be.U07ed. de d otfore

-d % fodder,available for food all \t be'ruR 'duffer much less tha 1lgaea;; not insects must not be allowed to multiply sion of and any females coming to,nptt t

s through a shredder thoroughly dried,'and only because of Wt..sb'eD&'t1t. but because unchecked during the summer. j+ ;j partment later would be left unfertlhsed, .If There Is no doubt,ttiat.th; *

i stored IB a dry place. The pahuattllty the scale ogs'o !* pwell In th4 Kerosene.-Kerosene as an Ins.oticide1uasaeen were coDftaa>to.OB*-application oDJ1'. who keep down pests:on'

shade This Is particularly true in used for many years either In *
wet select,8eptember.treaUnent
of the shredded.fodder varies greatly. If .vigorous wtb, salters, greatly 4oen ht
%- :the cutting U sow early white the upper I weather and In ,at least two cases the ion emulsion, diluted with water, or, mdre trees, as.most likely,to.be completely careless nelphbor wbojs'

Insects died out almost completely ''la recently in a mechanical mixture. Pdreor { < him
leaves-ar*still green and stalk U not ye.driv < bearing v I > what the inscts Jeavp ,aitq
I II
>the,yield. oC fodder will be much : 1897 from-this cause alone. It gives 'us 'undiluted kerosene has been believed sprayed It to-very Important.that th* real prob- ,tame a, breeding r4ue. Vpt

-'fler-4 Of much better quality than I also a suggestion.AS the beat way to to be fatal to plant life, and ezperimeAtahay past be fully understood. This Is not to .must be jleilt,,wltb.,,b y Oth<

but the I cultivate fruits subject to this scale ahI proved It so over and aver again. it the buds I the scale for that : Lit -
wbea tbe 4 cut ting is done later, In itself Is easyt Is probable that..unirlaw.ruls.that
loss in the grain I tack. has, however, been also proved that with of two i difficulty Is- that U. ,
**arty evtttn\wlll cause reproductive a.maamuet
-,Ayletd*M the fodder wW be more dlfftcutyter. f The enormous 'reproductive powers of proper care and attention the oil can be blossom ) of the insect Is such-as to necessU property aa jiot to Injure
I the insect and Its..inconspicuous nature safely used on fruit trees. dormant or active .
.' As- already remarked the only and constant watchfulness and prooipt such a breedlag-pbvc Isa
fodder. la to render it especially dangerous and it' Is and that It'will kill an the scales with .' In bearing trees the .
objeetiln,saving: the secure I : young that an , I bearing.them. wish to make It distlncttly my results are such that I am not surethat .
equal .J bushes a few are
stock> On nany plantations an very present; lIeDce.eaze. that point
ly understood that I consider the Baa it is not safer to't oil on ten ;
obeeI'Ya
insects. '
mount of.forage of better. quality can be I at harvest will detect th* practically useless.; and
Jose or .pernicious scale the wont and der trees, like peach when-active thane
forW1 most eertalnly, and' Ion
-iseoured'if'tn laborrneceaeary every tree ly imposing te.dnty
*the:.fodder Is used_.In making and mostderuoUyelnaect! pest that has ever dormant. I resulted the fruit Shows scale should j be \plant-pests upon all
In' New Jersey Unchecked, frutn"atree Pear trees badly infested with the
appeared t pernicious apr&7ec1' for
rewtlnf hay.*and.th*. farmer who adopts scale treatment. t reaeonable penalties
either of'Jhe rotations suggested'" a wlU' ltlacked'b''tt'Inred u were sprayed February 17th plants The only machinery required is a good :la pLace.rnder;such
will'render the fruit unsaleable' long in one case and not untB'the following 1
previous page will rarely find H profitable oil to to give tbs force and-a Vermorel a .salaried,oQlcilr,
=$ the' tree;elr"41ea except in hat September was the least :alp of living j *, ?
Jlr: >.wr l,3 fhf d.a4 house his_cornstalks** before 'scale about UM soap and when spraying kero Jose scale ouldrJbe, ;

v Re a tff4{ prars: WprkHThs re- are of the peachIn"'' wbidh"t11e'4ree usually' observable. At' this time a few" the soil Nixon noule to make.the spray. Th* advised., while, careless .
your were
dies"when the isilebt'ts found, on the fruit whkh h
Alahama sufficiency pressed Vermorel Is
muck- the best
p enlt ,ptrwojyearftwork at the especially lectful yetaoaaaoaldba.
rta1b .numerous to venture upon the fruit: IICbs. might easily navecome I, from neighboring, ger of the cap with th _
bit
_Cofiege,eiatlon.give, tb.t a salsa opening lortbe.eBut.
infestedtrees.
} recelvVeA Premising ; that I may not be I "The should be used and as much .
., r of, tMI per acrfpTerthe. amount pressure the Ban ,Joee, Scala.
; Apple/pear
y +xWheP: o tr',IJtlia.-ears..were harveste/1, changed wKh under-esUmatinr the dan*i anda _nee. plum,cherry, peeten. peach, applied as the hoes will,stand. Neither law 'to coattoliLlhanShe,

; C and 1 wbMr,tJst amounV}eea.the. value ger involved' I'will state my belief'and-as lex.pefiment. th sprayed, ergs'1n AngusC variety and of other trees were fag of ; of these nossle Is perfect, and ft has or.th* blackberry, cansconsidered.
personal''obervyUori the
/eeuil'of -, even nursery
i itjbi,i4ndtniotWtI, ), sufficient, eoV' tbe''insect-can be trees came "turbugh the ordeal in been already indicated that an atomiser .,general:Act;*.
fodder"la that controlled safety the a large seal is needed | .
at1hA.OMtsis4l3aPd g Jh*. ,a I. troduoed.duripthe.seaslOA
without any serious troUble. !'All in almost even Instance. while ID. n b wita ...
mich pnt.rmuat decide If properly sprayed should go answer every purpose;
+n .gqun.Slg4wtltpb caae.,,w. large killed or--'evi ;
our difficulty in the past has'been du{ to any tree than least twice as far the '
as mix
jou.w attta . soap topoae.-New..7e li,.
e..t r. the dealr to attain the.impossible, L *>. seriously Injured. In .one Instance bearing been in tare hence ft 1
he Is to b* ronowe41iT much cheaper and perimeotal 1
1 ufFhsn( ,corn crop clover the complete destruction of .the insects Kelffer trees were sprayed In July and location ways ready for use If it twice Ill-{ gtaat orr} e, ,
goes
as
a.8eptgabei eSlupAohsbsrlnlatotmaiwing, or,.pctoberjsowlng.of It wm on a'.given .uM by :a single ''appUC& lon and 8eptember and given'heavy doses.Rlth' to the far it;coat Just half as much. The,1M y.-.... .

fianept JM,stacks tOuget them out of pay the which should not in any way endanger the'result of killing. only a few Water . the derr-teat is preferable, though 110 (degree The CcPL

,W>WM apdwhnjj e }ahoroi,,cutting Is tress- tree or crop. Experience has shown that The sprouts- trees had which is.cheaper has. also beu To the housewife. 'wjnpp
except ,under unusually favorable, fclrcumstsnces -. essential points to be regarded In the '
satisfactorily
euoceedlng I laundering, the
> following
-4 ee aryi pivthe.JiiocceMof1the, the < ,
> and on a small seal, no stogie application of kerosene are the finest Lion '' h
.'> cmtf Itwil4t usually pay well to save the .the The scales are not hard to kin.Th* exoleange trtlleyelfulr,
spray, ccmpletest and thinnest
I poesibleYcoatlngpverr -
application of anymaterial entirely cheeked
; ,jalks fotvtydder.jw Ihv additional ex- he''entire surface and only dlfflcuKy Is to get all of them, and bu IbertSs anLr ia* .
'
successful. .Following what be some
posy! of '
ctYWna \,l e pflglfl.s V . weather 1d1ItOQ''fav rtDc' with persistence that-an be accompljshed mustj.beevery wpaak,4randie
rapid
called a radical treatment of.badlyInfested wisp p
1 c' "Tewing*:tcorn, L a, Cutting Olf'the! oration Th* trees themselves should he an oronard entirely ..cleared. } In means at, hqbpn.ekeaDee
trees' we mutt watch tsontinus'lly-,- he
pfj
abore the the grain { districts in which
l stalk just ear after dry. Aiiy departure from these the''sca4e is. generally > :
ready to repair omissions by prompt secondary suggestions be *
ppl
j! use x. ; N' :ulUdh &n1b7 measure*.' may 'cause tnjartifor.I wish it dtMtlnctly" was,oned days,thht4.drt .
by bird or insects and this ,wand ane'to,n.
understood that kerosene means targd;.
lFot"y"e'alea This point merits'just a Utile more con' Improperly with
.d lgltoMnW1Fai3al aapr, slderatlon used Is fatal to plant Ufa ".* constant watchfulness: prompt action. tprtix Me t1>}.whioll,:
here though it be to
may
.. yeopgajerbDla, e yjetd pj.f odder, .Jlght t andusually again Wanted an Atomised,-As' open j Spread doe not take place belled, were placed;out
one result of two
referred to In.no other do ] -
case we expect
pblA t! until trees are pretty badly infested abate of
.: ''J :lintiw 3hj6 1. experiments made"wKb and tAetFetusQ; *
application to'extemtnata.W the kerosene during ,
. .4 tDlqe..9S' e 'P44er a single insecticide the'-sumnmer of very If treatment is at aU general as It must. bhre C, haiV} o'ftl'heFhMto'
."_ t1oHn 'ibe li spray,anually, once twice. 1897 I have becomeconvinced ever, the be if tree '
\ .a >sIlOAAedtirt h I It can "' ( are to., b&. good for anything, > > |
T"J thai be safely used rjM
orj three-tlmeswItA Paris green for the on others
( "4 ,lbaNaJaft (tAt.-d0R >H':4k! ud>h ] almost &ni"klnd of shrub ; danger from ncy <*tirnistTTOsi! >will beIHgbL
codHng. ,.; caused a*averagf decrjease oi' IP pe; centdecrease 'cai/ As the scale has little
Sa the grlglel1! 'jdslatglp In curcuUo; we expect plant floe psylla,jand "UghUilrg get it on finely enough." The ent 1rrt its own to get from tree to tree eUlu&U7. 4' ; aiso; wain
Insect Exterminator
a I0t0f.otherj>ests.to. a survive each au nUdiml have and t
sit>t3AsTQlllthtlM..4 .O ctJta.tWI"'lMtt. ; plenty of time'to locate it the
< }
# ibkpeMtyba ,htbfher, ,It&&IIII. In sufficient;P mbers ,Jo continue their Utlcfli; : N.' T.. and whi'h U ..lmptj'ato an suit of &of orlgioal Introduction be/ore one itbas; the greavrangfta that]
kind Wt. one on a somewhat largescale + | Into ,
; wbeq. application does]not "Tbe begun t* spread and in such overheated
NLtsjtt+ case treat-
r
: MvJi ct bMu kill all'*pernicious seal w* coenijtdaof makes an Idea spray, ''and ill meGlsh0uJ4..be.1Jmne41&te. ' duced., ad 511-,these
e htNKA1tgl r4, r MsrlR ?;!! ,
otft .IMti iAP .) src14< th! odflWthe Its ineffectiveness,joaUJhs insect aardto something on that order large enough tree .Whether,or.not,nature.will come totpiaaid f away wttbuor.wersi.
i .kll and laws for .orchard work would be Just what Is [ house In .
hold
ponventions or make summer.-**
been it is yet too
bh early to but I bare
,:Kraq 1N4tYiedt.A>lArT t., i' need say;
10 using
to.deal No kerosene. All danger The old
8T&ba 1Oet.! M .with,.1U :oq application bver ofw.stewould'bs masses no hesitation in stating my belief workplaosai
y .m r' s obviated crim 'fbat
all
and
"u8b1pplq' the killed the potato.peellef U any pdtato 'tail only At least fruit culture la New Jersey will Trq on deserted .because ox..1
patph.andtjf1 thInsect> not fought negligence could cause injury to! the accelerate tbe work.]
were killed despite this
.o3toatadPdsatWt! e!,.v 7 ootmtmbnpn plants.. It also scale and that when once
coldd would'be by far the I
aDD-z no potatoes be W most "
.- PfactVw ta.ai| nazts. oj.the. t9.CJ4R )q jOtoM mpfalDu.e if oncie! :economical'means of using the material was 11t..1a.reaUaeclthat work.and not taw'is; 5"hV outdoor, wog
for ,
fnltaeonpmyk spe t toe ; we .spray have having | i' needed to subdue it, we will have gain conveniences, in ip
I since I found it
scalp is possible to
Jose Ihfs.'y'ear
It spray
an.B present -
-tT 'R4 jail! A7 s Pf.8.D!,. I a"dwarf pear-tree ten AU ed more than half the ,battle. There wtn _
..year lnthasam, ; "numbers; bufi exactly. feet high and/.t I'
'-. .>{ig *i t4; be 4 9ken.g1f jnd. 1o.t.I4Qln d1.'gm.thing'>sppen with( luostofour feast five feet in diameter with one ''pint a month If may'<> 'useful to add that all my results connected with -wa.

.. J fa b".. T broHDe, using the" either a' were obtained la New 'Jersey, and than-any womai:o
and "Lightning b11enidn !
other .pests the only differ BOC* +
t." _w_1
asaeil p .fs p,:. ut)1 tle yalue..I t Natural ehecks...The scale does 'best better understood is bound to be dutch force as they exist in that State. Ws )have bringing, water,
j .pw,1, 4en ,.aq. $ l.tDreeur e ghvd learned All this *
; with mon generally employed'than Always { by experience that conditions drudgery- at
In weather.
: at tres-
,. 118 .dry., warm,: It doa '
> 4 taking ,
; 9ert41 A4d151rot4l ODeS the in different by modern
vary parts*of oon
ent and our
we must then have- means pi coumtry.
not like dampness n'or shade, and wll die 1
th. pther belt
\+p! J4Pg tAgathe'me; see- that hence I do Dot asesrt that
the
applying
It In the form of results
juii
out .colt moist locality. Large gees an almost impalpable The tnbs sro fxed;
Pd tured tbe
afore
4h of the
A..foih1 1J" flag the applications
7 s recommended
": with : mist. bpi 'me Ingf.The wash
dews mass ofVvegetation ,/ gate
putting uL taWeb .
is"49l. a b9Aprofl that for New
'tbe
; Jersey will
> be
& 11I0 gFodn4 completely wlll be infested There is no room for details sere; these equally satisfactory . and fresh witera 1
PS q'PerntKit 1rI1J ''ott t '
pIQ tW4. '
reach elsewhere
,p '
d .i .will be found in "so
i tlpI Q iw. or'IbrslBchcvTbe ; my annual report, and thrdugn pipes; ,
::..:, ;P\lI"'J iltluh -JADJJ.PU t.u . '.' desttth eiurttipegir, Aert.t';,. ICht there;, Is no necessity for repeating the sene at } Certificates:! The practIce of giving*eel'tlftea"teia an .easy"task; Lid'Is '

'. .". UU"f I." 1'I scale.. oil to "* "
belsttfflcflcf
heulof
'- of certain &moDDtr1lt rll'-pr i y loat abnnd4Afa P'' /fife history of the It will nurserymen that. their stockIs for the' anstoves
t .a its own
I .," sii Ialt6pgtt dod acaHforntle0 ady-blrds introduced'fa ent to say that I feel sate In making ,free from San Joee seal and othe,1Dpeat. help'tidi gem
QDjpCLltnWW.e1Pj1riAP ; ed
rat >
!!; .xtor
-f sect and
> the following suggestions for practice plant diseases baa been should takethe
laatiaC.or.4 to JUayenpt suTvlyed the wtnterard'nofbola on too
I Which As this bulletin will reach the farmers discontinued, and purchasers are urged There sire.i

1U-- traceoijtbem<|.wa8found: lni1897 when trees and scales are both dormant run f to depend upon, their own.examtn"atign of necessarywater fat
,: WAt ,4. te wasexactJy what.was expected.wade 'Uc1rcum.taoces. You will
; well
foreign
.suggestions for winter treatment wfil be ) as as home-grown stock. heated by:slmple'
14 M. .pja! &AA oaw.eA hlcb I OUr awn species pai aidtinin- a dead
Ic and predatory. increasing in first made If the trees are young) and ( Thevre&aona for .this are,that.certJ, that 'slie'oat+n t
hfa4FjclFa ,+ dlo '.to gfW the are -
veriFrrapldIyrt not la bearing with smooth (Bark, paint Peach are liable to'be nrtmaed, and that no exmliratton sal soi.
we- 14 .,tt 4,c[ P... hytbee 1e her ut nave .no. yet Pro- with k '
;
the trunks and of- a nursery bi
t 4 'fae yrEDorch. rOUld otp : dnhced'ahjr' i itfect;nr hbr'hat'e n"a larger' branches s4' far . sjtf ..

hW HJfr tpl pt right to'eifpect' har ''they1 wfll do i' 'retba as they can be easily reached. hrltn' Ing'' flclently thorough to make It :jsafe The summeor

lI ttjrounndd for Wit check"the scale to'some extent The whale-oil soapsudstwo pounds in ODe attt to to say that any particular scale or ;heati t!

PI ._ L der !. gallon;of water and put it oo thoroughly, as to' plant disease Is not present. ; than a rangand'i
fungous dlseej
*some. Ather, . rpp. ,., Is weD.. wOJ'tJi. ephaoroslllb cbcco pallia less
;'s n - .yeoJ- !1t14t- i fongj 4i TiiL: has been*lmtrodhced'i toee FtorWa being sure to get an Inch or eo below,th e In one case at least Infested.stock has Irons. A mangle' ...;

'; slew& .r tT IfM.Bti '. 'fato"'two -chaMi ltfdne f f-vrtilch' 1 lhas surface to reach scales at that polst.. trees' been sent to Ohio from New Jersey* ironing and thisIn i turn,
r nos ,During dry spell in January spray the injury : deal of heat::
become bearing It'lg'a
tin., 4ti_1., very"well established: 'If Ifei >is- j my certificate. The stock; was "l
.
t
, ..' 1'e i C a '.. trees mend ; '
upper
sc ,.... rtjve thi''wlnfeciaiceiafnllyit''may"- parts of, the >with a mixture such as was not grown in the nupery on a beck"plasa .ti3lch',
-
-
Mi. ;
1 u efal!' Wvredufeing'the' seal V toh'i.im1w. of the same strength sad again treat'the from which -it was sent and .I have reason to -be- turned into' an'oat
The Aa3 lOef'Sealer sad How it . trunk with the., In February Th by
May numbers,:'and In such tsas fthe spray. orMarch' to believe that my certificate was I screening'on-tiro's
sw **. to 1)t+Controlled. ,.' .a1.eiTteT.tioaffd'dlstHbeted Whenever trim oat carefu 7 and cut her peach. I put on everyU n* sent out from !, that; third aids open to the

riiie the Insects the mselvei OCcur: So twig and branch that the tree can safely ter treat nursery, no matter where -V'- ;, ' ,
c A.JUppat# ,season of 12S7 ws ;' | f 4-"nature" evenkf' grows or.
n. ytspho,e4' ijdtaQTingJlte Ban?Joee of has deneTTlftletfor1is.-''as yet spare. The object of this trimming)is to for th.' whether sent by me or not ,p j'On tMr'-
those
J : get rid of small and twigs Arkansas '
.1' P *a. oale.tAfpldltu( .perotclo/ns,. i mut''rel/6t>bn" ur"owh resottnjes to spurs the other-'hand' stock bearing a Convict to'In

ti tgmittody.M; rma uapertraants .we'leIrTR >,reY 'lnJuryr''Tne"common1 two-si otted that are, most difficult to wet thoroughlyby Trees, proper certificate of freedom from scale th* saane'laUtud a,
J *
:_,. :._. "Ad Ili a spray? and "Which would be (most have tH
di4>Rr"! 4Pthe!' why canted ,, dV ytipuuvta. has'i i been has been received In New Jersey and Wares,North"Ctrelpna'
to isolated S
.
:.a"JMJD:put" A! S'gltryt l.e found'i eedlng oh tue ictlVtT'larvaJP this [year, likely of spraying harbor first scales. .TBe{Object sene found to be-infested.; Of course tog son of Arkansas la.

.-t" the annum.pppot ,qf.the station, wblchpat I andirmay'bi' thsf Tfils'or sofee'ottte"of ta t. before'outtine put.Is" who gave the certificate never saw, most tobaccocultiir*. -In.
retain the greater surface of
rte, : 1_( 1f rtftdyo tb> pr4a> < : a* Vhat II our 10ca1':eCI.' Wllfdev610p' t( *;for 1 the: which: wilt'run down to batch stock though It may have been in'tn* portlonfot''the'
M nlted and nay I these'creatnreytn time. of toI spray y to the nursery when be inspected : y
., ', ( 'S 'heoinaJ ,edition "crotchets:sad Branching left. plum It It Is eer* years agog
,
not be ready for some months..a4 ,stun- I 'WhaieKni' Soapl-it.! ,has been r... .;Thltie( 'wUl t km"that all but are.rver osene tale, also that infested stock hasp, been demonst r

'l a mst7.rO ,OLrerv } & !c1 slons:is I that; whale j' r4flsh-oU. soap .will kill' the 'small"percentage of'scales;a d ; 'trees 'If the ; received in our State fronTNew.Yorkfrom Art

s.Aers g1Tenr alb Fllttit9IDep: ,o.t>i the trestT pernicious scaty'l: applied. _a't the,- rs te'of ( 'be 'M 17'"cleared. Thereafter tome -the used on nurseries where- no San Jose{t scale Sty

< , "fn- rA44 4.9f 4eS J t l +!R3t 4'' two pounds in one gallon of water at any | trees should' be closely watched ta' lag'the can now be found. So well Is the ImpostslblMty

E 0 .*i-rthi>ouis. ,,Uwmay, be: well to say seasonTandhalf"that 'strength wlil'Klfl June About the 'middle of that month early would of certifying to' freedom::'under*

= r ..f that ajj hope ,of extermtoallng the Insect all that are**li"by U't summer. rust a very careful search should be II tender stood that most certificates- read tbat:iO

\ ,W New Jersey must be abandoned, It is lara!.succumb token. 'weaker aol tlbns.v'ib for crawling larvae which, being 'made dlytl Indications o'.cale. eta, have beta-"ob, IflJ1ea

.p' ,w$' estatl.bgd Jntb. UBS,9f towns along ; *.. .usedLetetys Anchor. irind' and active' are"'easily seen with i yellow f bale this be served which'makes them practical 7 sap
'
: ; -n t Rtteet rer)tt! ,jjnrlingtbe.to soap and'Icllled"everyiScaie.on; -eye tiad:; t practice;!especially when'aided by i good ", nothing definite. ', i* ,. ,

-'N .pandea...to.gardens *swel{ ) as.orchards; ly-lnfetedJtreea TWs'ls"proved I r'ths > 'Every free Let us look at the matt a ltu.J: '1 -
magnifying, g aas. on which t '
"
\ : altmticfr4duasi: tet fact hat aat'thi end'of the second i easoq even' one'larva '''ieen'shond'be'forked and see-what glvfnga'Certidtxte; '

.. ; Win! befit; lq>
_' '. Ii -.ur iwnisplh+ l F.AI j *talntha.ln. be' .But'the trees were'ahall and one pound In ODe gallon of whateroUJj water; jbr soap.the trees erable New Jersey Mthere; arev j"

sect, apd sinceinmo.t of the towns the..,appUcaUonjwas'tnade: with a brush; mechankal'mixture'' ..' ;r like 1 2.500.000. ch't

.. and roads lewingao;; ;pot.'untrWtei;' :_ 'In'ofchard! tenf on"with' and. war either" i are rate
end put emulsion er
b find' Jtsbe . an spr*> mixture,
\ air aa 4nfle tn e..hopef"l work such Ihoroughneas "nsaafly toipo* The ''proportion ; e"
w
should
-J bet
ne. 1; one of
\ h'aea. of "extermlnaUon ls ue slble. But. enD in an'orcbard'of bekwecn > ;

MV.. :Ther4/a.yiriu..;,coioijjoC'a'.lslmnar, SOO'&od!100'b' KeUt { water'S'parU.preferred.Jthls''csn'Ifs'' kerosene'emnuon is i let j
be used I
r+ 0. *&Uturi on Jersey at 'Helghts, where'an were horribly Infested a'' at'th' : same July;
.. rate l.feV.: fire ot"ft'tef"'to
one of I
x'anaor r.t..I.a1iT1um 'iatempta of the Good .u..m emul- th*
Potash'Soap .
'. son: but fell Is
1-t 1 ', more apt to he lnJ urlous rtes. &
} -i7iaI"
e "*n J ..j'f' r J.aw: .wuourtia -',( at the end > to the tree?; This appUcaOoa wffl- all I
till .
: 4a !: tar4ens.adlt: yards "CJDt..te4, 'of list toms'trees>ere entirely freehand tits:moving "larvae"and I
'probably
: that: there "bal been 'Cbf rbalancf"89'lItU.r'lDtte4'i the I< A final
;
(they !
breeding fee ales
way'i'beriis"po'doabt
c -- -*' -- *.' *-', r"rwH T'Y t>atfT Ju as irt#w'i 'r 1ri'"bJeli'tb6 scales. are the
.- 1 :3 < cn oI..J.-(1w1. .5 H .a '< fa
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1A . .
I. ryat (t "* wlx wa f. 1y.l .oi-,- ,

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Dade, Lee and Monroe Counties. r Meeting County School Board. Volcanic fcrnptiona IIVIOI D C" J Your Buildings.and .Stocks. ;

PUITOB MrrmopOLis; I N KHT PALM BEACH, Feb., 18W. Are grand, but skin ernptiooi rob lit* of 11 >4 O U FT C., 1. HouseHold, Purniture Etas .

f It is as plain as the none on the face : The 1 regular monthly meeting the J01. Bnoklen'a Arnica Halve core' them; ,

of a Jew that the last cold wave which i school board was held to-day. Present, deo old, running and fever abrea, ulcers, In the old and '
Tiie professions) J. W. Jackson, chairman ; E. B. King, boils, felons, coma, warts, cots. braises, reliable
a gave to Florida the lowest tempera burns, eonlde, chapped hands chilblains. strictly -
\. W. Uarnett, and Z. T. :Smith, sec- ,
lure since 1835 but establishes the retarj. Beat pile cure on earth. Drive oat pain

r claims of former years, latitutlmallj The 1 minutes of the last meetingwere and acbea. /Duly Sold 25: cents by Townley a bottle. Broa.drngguta. Cureguaranteed. British s America, Western or Imperial Insurance Companies, ;_=.

and Otherwise, that for the cultivation read and approved.The ;
.
o8UAviPkCefliPeDinsnlarRl /
of citrus fruits and earljegetable superintendent presented the
Life Accident
South Florida is the place.It following report : and

Is to intelligent person an established AsIn8tructt'd, I wrote J. P. Lees
O.n.K.ROBBIM. WALTKV ft.GRAHAM any Marine Underwriting.
fact that the nearer a person and filed the papers iu regard to the .

JJOBBINS ft GRAHAM CO., goes to the tropics for the cultivationof complaint against Mr. Burgess. Re-

tropical and semi-tropical fruits and ports from the supervisors show good New Northern FloridVXir Line and JOHN H.WELSH &, CO.

ATTORNEYS AT LAW. early vegetables, the better will be his work as a rule throughout the county. Florid Trunk Line. AO.TS
During the month I filed<< a report with
'ill practice la aU courts State and : -deral success. State Sheats of the TIme Table la Effect July e, 11... UOOES8OR8 TO' Bank MIAMI FLA.
superintendent
Special facilities for examining and pet acting Therefore, the counties of Dade, Lee W. M. FEATHERLY. Building, '
Land Title W. bUt the only complete and Monroe, where the soil is suitedto condition of the county as to work and No 38 No 86 NORTHERN NO 85 No a1 -

abstract books Ifro-e: county, the above products, is as a whole progress in the schools, financial condition Dally Dally POINTS. Dally Daily
and receive dally reports C'tirkthe of etc. The teachers in the West
Circuit Court at Juno showing al land much better than anywhere elite in theState. a one shop Ly..Jaebon1'lUe..Ar t l&a840K ;Kp
trauf.rs. All the certified Abstracts: Title Such being the status of the Palm Beach colored school, failing to 842a 730pI5p: .... ...Yale..... 840p :rsE.A.NX: : x-crE1:: TE &i' co. ,:
y' for Dad county ar mad at oar Liamlofic above, after 20 years' Ii get along well together and believingit 'soa201p Ar..Fernandlna..L... 766410Ba 7 OOp46p
experience in ( .....
f tja 900pt&Sa Everett < Wholesale -
and Produce 'T-
the Land of Flowers, spent for the to be detrimental to the school for .... ...... ... Brunswick.. Slop Fruits ,
MIAMI DADE CO. FLORID v.JAl most part in horticultural and arbor- I, that state of affairs to exist, I requested ; tiJSp1208pll3Sp ..Savannah.. 5a5asioa 447p

cultural pursuits. The writer, be it them to meet the board to-day and Ly..8a1'annah..Ar, 440P General l Commission Merchants
.
Ar .. -
I.SBP Fairfax 8. OM Ly sua 2 Sip ,
:T.BAKDBBS H. F ATK. "SOW understood, is no speculator or land show cause why they could. not work 2#>p 2491& .Denmark .. J2UliOp lip

A ATKINSON agent. Oh, no; he is an invalid and in harmonious ))'. 936p405p 11 66a u" ..Augusta.Ga... ....: 5tta I II32, 1 134 N.. 3d St., ST. LOUIS. MO. ,
L gANDERS The school at West Palm Beach was 4 fU Columbia,8.C. 1347ailfi5asoop t _
tbl"refore friends u 8-l>3m
bospital to
no enrich ...... 11 u Spartanburg . y
or enemies to punish has he by suspended seven dar fcran account of I45p130p AshTille.N 20 psr6p .,."
ATTORNEYSANDCOUNCELORSATL writing these lines for public good. the illness of the principal's father. 815p 91 H Charlotte M toaop t 45r
.LW Good hammock lands in the counties Time will be made up at the end of the 935pl047a1043pl210p JUUsbuag, "" 817a
14 Greensboro It
l 706*
already mentioned are well adapted to term. 115lp lanville Va 1011' sees Valentine Produce Co.INCOBPORATKDI
: Office la B lchr- Brick ButldUg. .
the successful. development of all The patrons of colored school No. 6 640 '?:rIp Richmond, M .UOOn lOOa340a
')MIAMI FLORIDA.. citrus fruits and vegetables.In ask that 8. A. Sampson be appointedsupervisor iKSaS3Sa 140pS30p: "* Lynchburg, : asap '

the lowlands sugar cane and rice of that school. The schoolat Cite: I p "..Chartottesvllto Washington.. .. SUp tsca1115alo43a [ 1 !'r

QEO. A. WOBLEY,. can be profitably raised, and in this it lljpoluio is without a supervisor, I Qua !lISp u ...Baltimore.... C 42a CSOp N. VAnKNTINEi vO.-*
as lit also the Biscayne school. lOisa1243p Lp ..Phllldelphla... 72oa S5SpUisa c. H. VALE. TINE. 'Treasurer.ESTABLISHED .' , .
seems strange that so little attention 8 221& ...Ne.Yort.... .l
ATTORNEY: AT LAW. U given to the' latter crop, when the The !superintendent was requested to gyp 300p .....Boston.... lOOp 480p900a! 262 Washington St.
general conditions of beth soil and investigate the matter at Leesville and Ly, ,
Oraapracaee la State and Federal Courts ttooa Jacksonville .Ar s40p>> 2Sp
i will receive prompt at. oUmate are so favorable. order parties to appear before the 018* '. Ar Everett... LY. 730 I DOa
tendon.4BPAgvat. The of which board at the next meeting, in personor 1*PI II w.....Atlanta.... I 1156p sa* NEW YORK. f"
O.manla W118111r&aett Co. region we are speaking inil ..Chattanooga, It 7aoplOOOpaoa
of New York. EAU kinds of life policies written. baa a diversity of soil, and diversified by sworn statements. _.... .Cincinnati._ ...,.. .
Office Brawn's Bnildlnf AY. D and lath bC products will at least take the place of S. A. Sampson was appointed super Refers to
--.No.34 leaves JackaonTtne by permission
at8p.ni.Yn445 -
visor colored school No. 6 Cocoanut
at -
MIAMI, FLORIDA. of the orange craze. Reader, do not IN a p.m., Feroandlmaat 6;20 p,m.Kter-
Grove. elf at 7:45\and arrives Brunswick at 6 in
L understand that we decry the orange : p.m.
industry. It is' the of these Various! warrants were issued! to &.No.arrives at Kvertte at 7 A 0 a. m. Irving National Bank New: York. f :
W. ALLO.ATTORNEY staple ,
(QEO. leaves Fernandlna 7: m.,arrives Ynle 534a.
of .
7 counties, but not of North or Middle meet the expenses the several .m.and arrives at Jacksonville at 9:40 a.IDe First National Bank St. Fla. I -
Florida any longer. schools. No*,si, rS, 35 and VI make connections for Augustine, -

AT LAW, The soil is light and sandy, and to, NOTICE.To - ---. 8 Brunswick:40 p. m. respectively.,arriving Brunswick For New 430p.Orleans m.train and Bank of Bay Biscayne, Miami, Fla. '

one who comes from theBlueGrsss leaves Jacksonville 9:45 a.m.with through sleep
Will Practice In all Courts Bute and Federal. aegion of Kentucky or the alluvial whom It niaj concern, take notlre: ers, arriving New Orleans 7-40 a. m. Only Bradstreet's and Dun's Agencies.
It U the Intention of the undersigned to ap- through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonvillefrom
KEY WEST, FLORIDA. prairies of the great West, the land ''dy l to the Governor of the state of Florida on New Orleans f:AH p.m,
baa a steril appearance. But a few the 21 HI lay of March A. D. tll9. or as soon
{ hereafter as applicants can be heard for the SLEEPING CAB BXRYICX.No
days spent among the vegetable gardens purge) of obtaining the annexed charter and *.*and M Fast Mall, Sleepers between Commission Merchants
T gCOTT ft BROOD, and canefields of these counties all rights and privileges to be granted there New York and Jacksonville and the Cincinnati -
j will be sure to impress even au unbeliever under Sleeper Tia Asheville
PHILOH. LOUD JR.EDWIN Nos Hand 8 carry Through Sleeper\ between IN a -
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, with capabilities' of "Florida NELSON, : Jacksonville New York in connection with -
sand. It takes the whole, with the JOHN O. LOSER I 8. II,7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between
NOTARY PUBLIC IN OFFICE. special adaptabilities of each, to makea \\ILLL1MMJTTING.ARTICLE Jacksonville and nlD",.. FRUITS AND PRODUCE. - V-
No.88 carries the Cincinnati and Florida Lim
WID practice IB an State and Federal Courts yr
'- system.Respectfully ited. This to Jacksonville\ No.
Collections promptly attended to. 1. isjraght by 33.
Ornci OTUI BAJTK: or VAT IIIC4ULKIAIlt The name of this corporation shall be the A. O. MacDONELLGen. Pass.Art.
FLORIDA.HOMEOPATHIST. . ALICIA HERALD. Florida East Coast! Power and Irrigation Company Jacksonville.0.J.I.MARSHAL.- ,'Tie. Aft...w.-8&, street Shippers referred to R. B. FICKLE, Buena Vista. .
,and Its principal place of business shall
y .. . I be located at Miami, In Dade county, Florida. .M. Bniden,Trr. Pas. Aft. St.Augustine. and A. "LANG Miami. .
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g MILLS rOWLZE, M. D., II Ignorance i Bliss? The business of ARTICLE the corporation shall be the g--3S-tt '. ..;

LXMOH CITY, Feb.. 8, 1899. building, operating and maintaining electric r ;
roads,furnishing electric. power and also the
EnrroB Miraorous: using of waterpower for Irrigation,from a point
Known as Cape sable In Munroe county,Florida, S ,
CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY. Why is it that parents will stop their to Jacksonville, Duval county, Florida, to and HoteL '
alonp:the East Coast: of the state of Floridaandsuch :
OrrfoB AV Font DALLAS. children from school to pack tomatoes? other purposes as the corporation shall Orange Pineapple Tomato -

MIAMI, FLORIDA. Is it because they themselves have so elect and also for the purpose of acquiring\ and -
owning such real estate and personal propertyas .
little education or that they value their shall be necessary tn the transaction of the ,

JB H W. MABTEN8, K. D.-, ,children only for the work or the business of the company.ARTICLE, \ '

money that they can get out of them The amount of the capital stook authorized And other Vegetable Lands For Sale on "
under this charter shall be one million ($1,000.O ,- I _
HOMCEQPATHIST.LEMON If a Child: | can see a way to keep fromstudying ( 00)) dollars divided into one thousand shares Conolly. F '
of the par value of one thousand ( ,000.mf' dollars
and also to make's 'little ::
oW gcitgr. sal ) each,which said stock s'-all C subscribedand \
txAaatcal's! &.prolaptiynded money besides, no doubt but that they paid for In advance as the Board of Directors VERY EASY TERMS
\ will wish to pack tomatoes,girl or boy, snail direct and ten per cent(10 percent)of .
.Cm; FLORIDA. no matter how hard the work or how !i said: capital stock shall be paid Into the said \I ..
before said shall
company corporation begin
tbjty are losing their education. What business. O. P. HUNTINGTON, -AT-- \

do they,care for that if their parentsdo ARTICLE 4. Proprietor. ... '
t JJE. J. M. JACKSONJLQPTICE not object The term for which this corporation shall es-: . -
let shall be fifty years. Located in the '
DOlt pleasant place in
,
But ia it Just or right,that a parent ARTICLE. '

: ., : "t tHorn should allow them to lose their education The business of this corporation shall be conducted the city HALLANDALE, ,. e a
? Is nets father or mother r by a board of three directors\ ,which may a '
Pare filtered
rain is .
D. J> a vote of the stockholders be Increased to W water used for :
BISCAYNE BLOCK AVE. y : ,
their child
for Are
sponsible they
said of the MODELO and .t
fire, and which Board Directors shall be every purpose throughout hotel w .
not to blame if the child grows up in elected by a vote of the stockholders on the first! x20-Lsem .. .
MIAMI, .fLORIPA. ignorance I Monday in March of each and every .'
1eU01the
I shall I be held :; :
election
the first at FT. LAUDERDALE
look this
There ia another way to at company on the first March A. : -
matter No telling but what this same D 1901 There shall also Mondalr d Vice
D H. HUDDLK8TON, M. D., child, ,when grown to manhood or I President Secretary and Treasurer, and until oel
r the first election P H. Loud Jr., shall be President
womanhood, will, blame their parents I ,J.C.Lose shall beice J. President. Wil- 0ea\
GRADUATE RUSH MEDICAL' COL Halland '
The
and curse the day that they were. liam Nutting shall be Secretary and Edwin By Land Co -
I; 'LEOE,-CHICAGO. allowed to leave school and lose I Nelson shall be Treasurer,and P.H. Load, Jr. '

Ones tower Lye a C and Uth street. their education., Parents, take care; : compose and Edwin the Nelson Board of and Directors William until the shad first General Agents !pt Florida East Coast Ballroad Land, }
OmcB ooss-1s. to. U m,and S to I p.m.JflAMI .' you may be the ruin of your own child, ; annual meeting of the stockholder held for the 199. r
51 and 66 Broad St.
New
York
.
I N. T.
,
an.4 reme nberypur child will not purpose pf electing a new Board of Directors ,
noIPPA.'p. ", kindness" and olhcers,and until such officers and Boardof v ,
thank >for Igc'} when
TPP Directors are elected and qualified and shall -
established
!. SXJLQQ8.1C.D It baa grown old enough to understand. perform all the duties pertaining to the said ( 1881.) OLOF ZETTERLUND JOHN T. SMITH k
$ ; Think twice before you take a boy or operation In the different capacities herein CHAS. GEN. MANAGER. TREASURER. :
girl from school.to work. Education stated.. PEACOCK & SON 4-S-ly:-Let m f* .?x

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON in these days means everything. It The highest amount ARTICLE of Indebtedness or liability PROPRIETORS.

take one where money can not. to which this corporation can at .
any
I Pros OOe*$Miaal p.m.to Drag a o'clock Store a.m.at What does the money amount to, time subject Itself shall not exceed the amountof Cocoanut Grove;, Dade County
I the capital stock subscribed and paid \Jn\ Jo. The Haven
rssddeaoa,Ooceaaat Orore.MIAMI that It should be rained so much, perhaps the company. Winter Nurseries

.. FLORIDA. for a bicycle,new clothes or some- ARTICLE. FLORIDA. ., ..,
.
tbiDrtbl.t is soon gone.. What goodwill The names of the tncorporaiors. to this "

prohar1e1'
Cttnur'Trees '
Offer stock of well
a '
large -grown the beat
posed are as follows Located the Shore of eoraprlsliif TarteUe;Ttii- .
HJ"e things do one In after years, : on Blscaviie '
: P D. P. B Loud Jr.\IbLml. DadeC-unty.Florida.EdwtnSelson The Paradise of Sportsmen and Yachtsmen. EARLY-Satanma, Parson' Brown,Boone'i Early. r
when tfreyarr all) ? An educapation -
gone '
G "
'lIiPLOI. Miami, Dade County. Florida. and Headquarters ol the MTD3EA.SON-Tangerine, Pineapple, Jaffa St.iliefaael,Waah. Navel '
l is a blessing that can not leave William Nutting Oox State of Georgia. ,

) CROWN BRIDGE WORK one very easily, and the father or J. O Losee,New York City, State ofN Y. Biscayne Bay Yacht Club. LATE Tartjff Baby, Amory, and Jaffa Blooda. ,I ;: ft.aFREDK.
King.
mother may feel proud who. struggles STATE OF FLORIDA, I .
UadeaBpecialty.Oflee child Dade. f Marsh Seedless and Klemm'a Silver Cluster Pomeloe. '
k T leave their such a blessing. Personally
Hoirs: S a.m,to I p... O&ce In :Jel.cber'1 to appeared before me P. H. Loud, C"tT: =S'rS Villa Franca Lemon,Tabita I tme,Komqtiate. .
Ax IKTJCKMTKD ONE. Jr., Edwin Nelson J. C. Losee and William ?
Brtrk Block ettraar AT.D and Uth et. .
,
*
Sattlng, who being by me duly sworn each for Are AII"m&ht: {
.MIAMI, FLORIDA. .--, . -- himself deposes and says that ne executed and Qomforts of a Borne. are budded low to rough Florida Lemon,whtok kw prvred Wjroa4 '
'1 _, signed the foregoing proposed charter for toe TREES doubt its superiority over other stoeks tn pmtfBelnf ImiTtMtit. ,
Magaifleent Service to the North, uses and purposes therein sat forth. thriftiest and most prolific Trees,iasurtoc th.qniekeet retaraa.ForpartUmlar.audprleea.addreM .
: B.L L O>IALrEB I Witness tqJ hand add seal W eighth day of PATES : '
]) fast and West via plant gysteig. February .L, D.1M. t $i.OO and upwardB. RICHARD| KLEMM, '
ROBERT
DENTIST. Following ire schedules and through Notary Public R.State TAYLOR of Florida. Special Term per week. I-ItI-ID\. WINTER HAVEN FLA. :.
car service via the Plant System from

OficeJn Bsolerson Block,northeast corner 01 Jacksonville:, /
,.Arenas P and Itth street.MIAMI. 8 a. m.Florida and West India Lim A.

lted.-Vtltjbule train to Washington, 4D- t
,
FLOIRDA.
with through sleeper to New' York. 11

Also sleeper to RtLouis' via Tifton, SouthernRailway.

"JOHN 8. FBtDEBICJC, Maoon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville tE.LBrady&Co.
and L.A N. B.R. '
.. 1 .
CIVIL ENGINEER 8:86 a. m. Western Fl er-Pullm \A

car t and day coach to pippjnpa' 4 i via .
lA SY l .t'E YPRvErJ. Montgomery; apfl 1... 't N. :R. R. a Groceries, Grain, Hay and Garden Seed T $.

: 2 m.Savannah Express. Through .
; Wb lS inr 8&& atJ.arp, Puttnlar p. \
pa JeQ 10 BIl.b-Dl .D.I 'I'nct-, coaches to Savannah. Most Excellent Ever Offered Out of Florida.
l II StrFet iosA Sid., near 4"KI -A 8:16 p. m.New York .and Florida Service: '
MIAMI AGENT MAPES FERTILIZERS.W.
.' 1tI. FLORIDA Special, paUl Except Sundays.-Vestfbule fQJt :'

train of Pullman drawing room, NORTH EAST WEST.
JLEONOWITTEB, Bleeping, compartment,dining,library call tb.e attention of the people of Bar El-raTne to oar stock ef Staple \
JOHN and Fancy Groceries, Fruit and Food Pnvtur-u Jt and observation cars, electric lighted ol Grain,Hay,Bran.Cotton Seed Yea Or>end Food sad Vkeat.

TAILOR. and steam heated from St. Augustine THROUGH PULLMAN. DRAWING BOOM CABS, DININqTBOROUaHFABE ; Q4 We are the only house on Bar Bln! >yne dealln exelMdvclT ia the above --4
.J and Jacksonville to New Tork. line of goods. We buy rinse and will sell elo .. We Invite roar eomnovdcnc -
'Oft'.7Mn' . 8 p. m.Eastern land Western Express. COACHES, VESTIBULE TRADW.NEV *and solicit your patron.re Very truly. E. L. BRADY* CO. '.
;
,roll kook of Samplt.of sU Latest Wearea.Chop 5-17-Ua
..-Pullman car to New York. .. -
in Belckn's Brick Bolldlni.MLUH. 9 #
Pullman car to -St.Louis via Montgomery v y *y
'
.. FLORIDA.lilQl and,L.& N;B. R., and Pullman /, YQRK AND FLORIDA_ LIMITED. ('

car to St.Louis! 'via Macon, Atlanta il tklid Pullman Veettboled Limited. Dining Llbrarr. Oompartae&t Drawla -fiooiB ,
and Observation Oars between 8C Augustine and New York. .
gv Ie 9 JfD" Chattanooga,Nashville, Martin .
_' t and. Illinois Central Railroad "W ASHJNQTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LlfHTED. S. MORSE

Best possible.connections are. made ,
by the above trains at Junction and Through Vestibuled Drawlaf-Room Sleeping Can between Tamp and- 9ew jgg>-.
REAL ESTATE.r' ; via.JaeUoDrtUe 8aYaaaab aid Columbia;wf&ho1d dwal'o
terminal stations for Boston, Cleveland -

Chicago St.Paul, Omaha, Kans- "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL" REAL ESTATE
as City New brleans and all points'in
CUTLER, FLORIDA the united States... ,;' PuUmaa DrawlaR-Boom%nH%'Uepiaf Oara between JaAaoaTille and Hew Tevk.Embrndqs .. .

I Connections made at Savannah with Lynchburg Charlottesville
..,
... .
the Ocean Co.and the x
Steamship! WK
W. Eo MARCH Washington Baltimore and plldlagel llRllrl."
JIBS. .K. T. Co. to New York;;Philadelphia,
Dade Co. Florida.i
: *TXB'PUVO> Boston and Baltimore and all points PnUman Dra win r Boom 81MPIu Can to llaoon, Atlanta, c i iThroub ate.'%os !I chptUW. Miami, . ;
/e Ai ArrDK F T-ouUriye.\ J.baaa.ltaaiUatr 4 8"' '" -
( ,
\ >sewly f>"M JVir more and'steamshland schedules Pullman Sleeping Cars to y ;.
vations in .>
be. street sat sleepers "
,.. !174.0,Orr:3IAMIr t.Dy4estre4 information,address F. M. Cincinnati, via olumbla and Asheville, Through the, -

{ ,-- ;. FLORIDA. Jolly Division,:Passenger:'Agent, 188 Farming Lands, Residence Sites, City Lots. *

__ West Bay'street,-,Jacksonville, Fla.; "LAND OP THE SKY." *>
B. W. Wrenn Passenger Traffic Manager -
,:'. D ,Savannah, Ga. i iI tDO Domftle Da1l7.J.1a1W Tralma For CUclm'*t4 ri*? f.w *


{. 'CHIROPODIST.Corns. :Li ," *?ior detailed laformatlen aa to rata eohediiiee. sleeping ear raemttw* etc, epMrt AGENT FOR LANDS OF .
any af ale of the bouTMaa;)Un.WAT or 1ta eomasoUO5s.a .
with to state fo.the lt zenl;'o' j'I

Removed Miami that 1 shall \\\l\\ u fast'as pOi. ;' S I ;; Florida East -Coast Co.
'Without'Hit title all dogs tbe license of,which baa R. W. HUNT Florid*Paw. Agt/SlS West Bay >It 4 *k* TUl* IUaH.HAB Hallway

.f6ts."):5-Pt'rf f > or Euba Blood. not;,been paid,Wit! :tartbercon1t 1C GULP. w. A: TUBL Florida Coast Line Canal and reins. Co
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-
1hsn; Deaa& the fs
owner.f T.P.G: t
Trsir .l. 'or Use.Pap.Ago. Lest QZn.Pa&W
; .:-;.No1i. t __ OR f\, :1 16-18- ,,K*' cLty; -i.' ,Atngtow li. O. Waahtngtvn,a O. r i Boston and Flbr'u lUantTc Cotst Gar I C".

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in Washington. These readings which STATE OF FLORIDA. orders for $10,000 worth of plants all SPARKS FROM W1RK amounts In Akron .ta a very '' ".
C. O. Weatherly.r
'
? W.4LTeathexly. to be into large sum, the most of. which to
.
take, in' the pleisanV.pavilion set put pineries around Orlando.He goethe ... .
place
: SMALL NEWS ITEMS ABOUT has Just received word that six: police and poor funds aDd the 10M.
1 m tit IHTROpoLIS apart for their-use;'have been an Hi- TELEGRAPHIC NEWS FROM ALL of this, the liquor dealers 'will-T.'
EVERYTHING IMAGINABLE. more of his
friends
tereatIng feature and have been well are on their way PARTS OF THE WORLD. seriously embarrass the .flftnndes of \ .
to see him and Investigate the pineapple the city. Akronhas been-'selected tin%.h'
Published by by From
attended and much appreciated of Fioridr Events
flipping business. We will welcome them the city; for this object lesson;:because%: '

r The Bay Biscayne Publishing Co. those for whom they were planned.At .Our State Exchanges Carefully for there is room for more and there Short Stories of the World's DoingsTROUBLE of the.recent agitation here against. :.).r,

delegation of Mr. Condensed for Told by Telegraph 1:1 the saloons. 0{ 'r :
-his funeral was a Our Busy ';'
'
.
; will be sale for all ,.
a that can be raised. .
' 'Kwnt.'Dad. Co. :Feb. friends Condensed of' ...
Flan 10, 1m. ,Young's sightless and they Readers. Orlando "' J'orm. '& .
pines are the "kings. -Orlando A NEW MAINE BATTLESHIP. $;"
in flower asa -
sent a beautiful tribute Sentinel The keel of the new battlesnE .

; Thre are in the >world about 42.885 token of their affection and eieem. An old gentleman by the name of Now that it Is fully assured that IN THE PBJUPPINttt. Maine the contract for the construe-* .r*,

breweries which send.out-every'year 4 I Isaac Denham preached at the Methodist liberal appropriations will be made by The l long-expected trouble h:twjen tion of which was awarded av 'few-"

the enormous 'amo1 l t. of t,'i. 9,72u570 Utah' bid for tourist travel next church at Bronson one night last the Americans and the Filipinos has months ago to the Cramp Shipbuilding,
the
government for deepening the water Co. will In all
probability be laid oa\,
s, ?; ; gallons' qI..beer. 'q a would makes 1 11,. year is to be a salt palace, a noveltyin week. lid claimed to Interpret prophecy In Tampa Bay the future rapid advancement come at last. The former arc nCIW February 15th. This date is the annk-,.

493,16 bmrrers, ',r 1,414,931 carloads which that"State will ''claim a mo- and said the time of the gentiles of the material Interests of engaged in solving the Philippine versary of the explosion in Havana 4.

whichwould: be equal t.o'a contiunuuk nopoly. It is to be located in Bait Lake would end in 1914 and that 1925 would I the city of Tampa cannot be doubted. problem' with the utmost expedition harbor. _" ".f="}!

usher in the nuUenlnm.
trainload 1 .000) miles long-18 tkucs Citywhere an organization has been With deep water secured there will be possible r
Last afternoon Mrs. D. P. PENITENTIARY FOR LIFE.Mrs. .
: Tuesday ,
*slongsther distance from Columbus formed. to push the project. Experiments no impediment to Immediate and con- The clash came at 8:40 Sifrday -
Densely presented the Recorder with a Cordelia Botkln:was sentenced'dto : .
!
," O., to New York
,_. t '-posono s 'stuffIr poured down hu the Ureat halt Lak"e can be used to grown garden safety that Tampa has passed the Filipinos darted past the Nebraska the San' Quentin penitentiary! for the;

7 ; man throats.-Exchange. J produce beautiful not to say gor- turnip In fact it measuring twenty- most critical period of her existence.: : regiment's pickets at Santa Mesa, .but murder of,Mrs.,'John' P. Dunnlngton.' '""':.
seven inches in circumference. and of Dover. Del, whom she
1: .. ... -- eoua,'effect.. Building'' bricks fancl- weighing nine pounds large enough Dark clouds have passed away apprehension retired when challenged. They repeated means of poisoned candy, sent killed-by'through ;4'

.. \ ' ""Alcohol has a paralyzing influence, tul shapes, and copings for pillars I to make a meal for a small family. has been dissipated and con the experiment without drawing the malls,,as a gift from af rived and! :sir;

and all the decta.'pit its-use which nave formed, the 'salt retaining Its fidence has been restored. No city in the sentries' fire. But the last unsuspectingly0 eateri by'' Mr*.",Dunnlngton .,
Madison Recorder. .
1 seem- to be the' result 'stimulation lustrewoile blankets wire screen }Florida or the entire South, has a time Corporal Greery challenged the and 'some of her friends. Her .
The' assistant internal revenue collector sister. Mrs. Joshua P. Deane,.,also '-'. .
.as..be shown-to be those of and coated brighter future than. Tampa.-Gaines- Filipinos and then fired. killing one :;'
paraly planks have been thickly was in OainesTllle this week died from be effects of the- .neme-- '-r

b 'sin Berge says: Tne emotional .life4s with thesaline crystals, thus snowing and pulled a number of the businessmen ville Sun.Senator. of them and wounding another. with which theicandles Wete'lodded. -i! ,:

fcrongh* ) free PIaJ-r hampered how a fireproof and waterproof of Gainesville for the war tax. Pasco said to a Jacksonville Almost immediately afterward the ., '-,:

; X by ths pJ41 strings ** reporter: "I also secured last Saturday. line from Calvocan Santa PEACE COMMISSIONERS DL,ED. *
of Filipino to
reason, and material may be made for the structure Brokers were asked to pay '10. a tax ,
thisls brat from the committee on public bnlla- The meberi of the American peace f.
/ the ; of the old. tradition To further add! to the erfect. none of them had before thought of. Mesa commenced a fusillade which commission men guests In Phil del-| ,
and
favorable
Ings grounds, a reportfor
that a little alcohol wills. "stimulate"a tae crystals can receive almost any The High; Springs Sentinel and the vas Ineffectual. phla of the Union League at a dinner V :>'

spelkersnd"enable him to'talk bet wade of color&nd this process being Webster Casmopolitan have*been consolidated the erection of a public building at The'Nebraska' Montana and North and rec ptlon"'tendered them t>y that: i
Tampa to cost $350,000. I first Introduced

organization. Senators
Oray.Frye.and ,
ter. It mean 4forerords, but lea easy .and inexpensive very elaborate and will hereafter be known Dakota -outpo ts replied vigorously Davis-eame from Washington
a bill for this purpose six years together
reason, fat those Instances ajnost colored effects are promised. as the Sentinel and Cosmopolitan ender or-more ago and it has passed and held their ground until reinforcements and Whltelaw Reid'came from
every
without exception.Exchange the editorial and business management arrived "The Filipinos In the New York. Judge Da*" was not'pre.

.r of Messrs. Roberts & Geiger. senate since that time but the appropriation meantIme concentrated at three sent being 1J1..lt'l rida.' The.dinner, -

In Corea during toe whole of the : has never before been! so larg.a though a'very elaborate affair was of ;,,

Thomas FO er.'aD: authority on marriage day the bride must be a* The indebtedness of Leon county sum as this. I confidently expect to points, Calvocan.'Gagalaiigin and Santa rather ap rivate nature, covers:;being

such matters,. writes in, was rebonded in 1883, six per cent Mesa. laid for sixty-eight, . v o;
protest secure the passage of the bill on . ;
word myreturn.
If
mote w a statue. sne says a .
"' against the bonds to the amount of $71,000 being The United States cruiser Charleston The reception. ,.hich 'followed, the
Chlckamauga Creek\being ur even makes a sign she! becomes to Washington and hope that dinner, however; was attended by over *$
Issued to for Last
referred Ytf as. "tse.riverrof run twenty, years. Mr. Sparkman will favorable and the'gunbod, Concord, stationed "
death as ouject of ridicuie; and her silence secure 3,000 members of the dub and invited *.

if that was the meaning of the Indian must remain. unbroken, even in her week the county commissioners redeemed action In the house." off Malabona, opened fire from gusts; 5

name. He says 'the4-i rd Chlcamauga her husband $2,000 of these bonds, leavingthe A prominent lumber firm In this city their secondary:, batteries on the Fil S

means a boiling 'pot, and was the awn room, though bonded indebtedness" of Leon county says that in order'to get'a steamshipline ipinos' position at Calvocan and keptIt I INDIANS AT! WAR. '
should attempt to break it by taunts, ,
only $13,000.At'thls Indians are 'on the in Alan-
warpath
from this to New that ,
name given the place because of port York up vigorously. '
a
jeers or coaxing for the female servants ka. One battle.bu'. taken place, and
.Ji time it is impossible to estimate they will million feet At 2:45 there was another.fusillade
tMt guarantee one >
r rlpojejr once,existed vwhexe the are all on the watch for such a more fighting:Is imminent ;* w
',Y' Cttic aattgs.jCreet--empHed] into the the actual loss by the. big fire,atnrooksville per month and that other firms here along the entire line, and the United FourIndians were killed'and several

: Tennessee river. The rods whicheau.aed breach of etiquette as speech hanging but it Is' believed that would do likewise. The Clyde Line States sea-going double monitor Mon wounded In the fight .which has '&1-\\.
about the doors and cninka to catch ready'taken'place.. Four American
i the whirlpool .$50,000 will cover everything. 'Thlrtone )'- has withdrawn its advertisement from adnock opened Are'n' 'the 'enemy
.removed by and deputy'marshals"were'wounded. 'he..
utterance
even single ,
'.d 'ggvln>nv ea i wale- e.r. ago.'According up repeat buildings were destroyed, leaving the Fernandina papers and bf count from off Malate. With dayligtrt' the Indians are drunk, and't1)ue.m T' be i ia
i .
#' ......:. v ..i' ... r I'.- .. which ou1d cause her to lose caste only three storebouse 1d.the post. the Inference is that'they do not want Americans advanced. genertii'uprWnl'p==,*"

forever in her circle .This custom 'of office building which ''now. constitute .-: ;
our business. Fernandina can support The losses of the Filipinos' cannot : )

: to Simon Henry: Sage, silence is observed with the greatest the business portion of the town. Tne a line to New York if our merchantsand MAY OONSO mA'nL1:
be estimated at "but they are -
the present
frog does not 'It !
.KUwrnate
haves rigidity among the higher classes. town council has established a fire shippers would unite in this mat There are mjautheij'tlcated.rumors'In '
known to be c iderable. The '
t or the'tl'UD..ka of trees; 'tint is ,a dry may be a week or several months before limit which covers the entire burned ter. This is a matter which the chamber n : Cincinnati that the JBlg": Fom--and ,
hole lh American losses are estimated at the ,.Chesapeake& Onto systems areto ::
the :
ground not to : the "husband knows the sound ;of
likely
and
district
other
'
parts of the town. of commerce should act upon. be consolidated under '
-. ireexe.'.-He twenty mea killed and 125 wounded. one organIzaJ
lcHichei
the hole with l his wife's. voice, and'e"ell after that The justice in Ocala who has 'been Ships can be had. If there is a sufficient ,thou and management'end; merged ,

; JYa hind feet Jttd enters$ backward. for length of time she, only 'opens hearing the case. against the' saloonkeepers guarantee of business.-Fernan ,' [more closely with the .V Dderblit .,..
TO BE ELECTROCUTED.
tem. M. E. tngaH of.Cincinnati
madethar is
y apparently: tot her mouth-for speech; With dlna Mirror.
necessary who
f 'Ql >a tltetronrddeey'ro ace charged with'selling Under the rules, the Court of Appeals president of both systems and the reports -;
1fl found the father-in-law the custom 'of silence Stephen Milton a negro boy about '
bas
\J .cfet Jfroien whisky illegally, rendereu a verdict has handeddown.'au order1directing intimate that lie may remove to"

lssves aresHilllable 'to is still more rigid, and the requiring each proprietor to furnish 17 years of age, went to the house of warden New York. Botn roads are; controlled
>
move About. Qtr. Sage has found hibernating daughter-in-law often passes years bond In the sum of,$500 for their! Bob Coleman, another negro at Willis- the of Sing 6mg'pris- by theVantiertnt'aid the'Morgaa.'
td electrocute Mrs. Ifartha Place terests, and they ve now/perated in
: .
:; ,frogs -withtheir xtremitles without raising her eyes to his or addressing appearance at the March.'term circuit ton one day last week and finding : connection_with the Vanderbilt,..- ,
time the week
f' and skin frozen;but their vital organs a word to him. In Bulgaria court. He ruled that the.saloona would Coleman and his wife away, engaged some during ' begianingFebruary' tern.. although-; they are: competing. .

we .e'st111 lntact.aadythey recoveredbeiigliberatedALon month's: silence is imposed"on brides be allowed to remain open: until a. de- ,the children of the family in talk. At 12. lines. from.Cincinnati. to"New York.
Mrs. Place 1 killed her r :... .::.. f '
'" eii.u"ii. minutes stepdaughterat .
: the end of a few he pulled al -
unless specially:ddjresaed ,by the hus cision had been rendered by higher '
Gt l G lL:1: I....i t .,r ut band l.- .. court. pistol from his pocket, shot David their home in Brooklyn. The Governor ..JBIG, HAIL' STOJRM.

-. Coleman, a lad of about his own age was petitioned by tympatnetk .-- A.beaTrIianatorm raged: 'Morris,,'"
-e-" t II. .. Orange growers who have banked
Ga.,:late rtday
- to commute the sentence to : ; aftetnooD.opds-seem-
hi left him almost women
h .n ow '. Thejtather of a subaitexn la the their trees-would do'-Well to examine the breast killing ed to afhrt"h"tornado;:and a swat 300 '
Some Desirable Ornamental Bulbs. refused
instantly. Then he fled to the Waca- imprisonment for life, but he
Yards wide was mowed for several
ro English army says that. his sonteMaf- them. Owing to the varied conditions
4 ,
< ; AH are'more or lees famYTtiar with hOsta hammoci.; .where he is in hiding., to interfere. miles. Trees'telegraph poles, houses, ; .
ter having bad aboutoplt' of the weather this T .
'on winter banking *<
speit .
Ces and some no doubt save a fine Alacbua comfy farmers can produceas railroad hia education at a public school and them la liable to cause the trees to :.down.' Several people are reported'injured -'
ooBecttofiL If.troy iet me caution, good tobacco as that grown In Cuba, KTLTJED BY GAS EXPLOBcCT1. .
you
being crammed for Ms examinationsby : eventually sweat .and 'injure the bark \: but:as far as known.. !here tonight .
-quarantine: every ,imported bulb cassava of the finest quality and also terrible gas explosion occurred no one was killed. .
: ( ; various tutors snoT about $1,250 and buds. In consequence of this. Mr; ,
E you aid to-your list With! this, as sweet com can be grown in endless on Sycamore Itftet./.Etaa, Paw: recent
WIlL M. Brown 'of this
more spent cm2hWnixiformndIndian} place has had .
<< with other bulbous I Tobacco can be sold at a .VISITSecretaryAlger .: .A..
: eYe T plant, gettie all the dirt removed from those trees quantity. ly, which completely demolished a 4 WJLLy, :

s outfit, obtained A second lieutenancy,,I grown bulbs whenever possible. bad I big profit as soon as it is ready for the! brick residence of, Joseph Ackerman. is arranging to"make
which he has banked.
for D'Whlch'.re eJna 4he i anincen : All Hies require,ftbout!ljho same trlQatnane Advocate i ., -Titnsville market and if factories were established Theresa ,nothing left of the building; a"T1altot,1J1IPectloD to Cuba and Porto ...

'h.Iaf1 t) it patreWeelT : fat Rico starting":from New 'York on '' .
dayran4 tepb .tbium euadidtmo in Gainesville there would be a
was blown'io On'woman ,
which atoms. "
..umg\-t March 5th next on the transport Berlin
.. o'pajfor'hls samgh should be.planted in Augue ,'ia it is Earl the young sort of W. D. Me- ready market for all the cassava and !I ,,Mrs. Weaver,_was )kfleld' and'w five> 'The'.military committees of, the.
Rae of
=+ ... raa4 8UtU.t. Iri'India: Ubienr a*'rest. Tbe-otbers may btf net ; Lakeland, has been suffering sweet corn the farmers'would.be likely "injured of whom Senate j and.the House of Representa-
this for ten days from a*severe e attack of persons one maydie. tires win be of the besides Mrs.
, increased,to 202rnpees: a!monthS as ear!y1o autumn aa they(! 33a be ob- to produce.-Gainesville Sun. : <- part;

but his at least [* : ,ioald I tetanus, caused from stepping on a his Alger;; Private Secretary and "Mrs.'
expenses are 40 rn- tained. Lilies1) generally be I Mr. J. Jennings got, for shareof andta 'few
; nail about two The explosion, was caused by a gas Victor Mason personal a
.'! hj. I.,a..Uane istiin*left 'onlinewrong1 phntcd six inches deep,'depending of rusty weeks'previous the rice grown on two acres of land, called friends the Secretary. The trip frillconsume
to'the leak in the cellar. Ackerman was
attack. -Dr. '
H, H.
,, siderWbich. this British; parent coarse: on Hhe sire of tlhe bulb. Small Henley has 75 bushels of rice and between 2,000 ",a month. ..
his saloon the 'streetto _
from .
been across "
treating the Uttle sufferer andthe =
has to iniV J 'cancUdumshouli and 3,000 pounds of pod"ltraw. This ---
bulb--miietvea and JUhxtn
__, ,._,- '..... yfj- TgyTn : not be pJa: bed mq deep. tLIilbfleedtiot'beiEfbed improvement labia condition is crop was .made''with almost no cultivation ; Innsttg' .;'He'went fnto fhercellar GARCIA'S, xE3i iN->TAKEN T;; "

; s j ., Ifiiaaessory .now so marked t as to' Justify a hope after the breaking and planting.Rice lighted a maicn, and'the explosion CUBA :
The position oftener
: lot tChermen below ; his The which -,
steamer
for followed. Washington arrived -
1 a .p ,recovery.. is of the surest and most
;._, decks on a m frn Vessel of jwsr:.t,they (Ito Hhini {trmr| All bolbonsbiootners Lee county fares wen In the one profitable .hi Norfolk.,. ,a.. nine hours lat .'' 1[]

., being ,Jlsola id'.tby the are"ttb beTplaoted in autumo..Maoy : very 'crops that can be grown, and having been detined'in the Potomac;
.watertighthatches harbors '
'IJ f new rivers and bill. The Ca ROUMANIAN OFF FOR SANTIAGO.The river had aboard the remains
:, : ,are planted in 'spring bat there is always a market for it.- by a fog
and doors '
has been ;
frequent spring planited-TjuIbs do ttoH J become loosabatchee river gets $2,000, (an in- Brooksvllle NewsRegister.We United States transport .Rou of the late General Garcia of the"Cn '
>
ly upon-.buV'thelr'posi crease of $1,000 over the old appropriation ban army which..were transferred to
have been informed by one who manian has sailed from New York for
''' Lion' Is not Always so hard as has been 8ufacJeo lroot before top growth the gunboat' Nashville aboard widen
; ), preliminary surveys were authorized is in to know that the Juan' Ponce and Santiago. Onboard ;
begins ea feW roota e ne formed a position new San they are to ber taken to Cuba. They
; .. ;; supposed On,,\Brooklyn/,/during for Boca' Grande with viewto '
a :
serer tSia ,their bioom.-ls not so saftisf railroad, from Valdosta will probably i is a large party in charge of are. accompanied; by Colonel Garcia,
=; "' the ghk before.!.Santiago, .Admiral a twenty-four foot''channel on the General Hernandez-and a former aid ,. .
be here in the course of a few months. national -
.* bar b tbeir increase so rapkLAmokb Mr. Rhodes, superintendent
t.. Schley'sent orderlies"among'the men tary bar; also: a survey of the Klsslmmee this will be'the for it of of General J}arch: These gentlemen {
,3 ; ,of oraraeQ ttcr'or.leaves, iso and We trust case cemeteries. The bodies pur sol w1U-.all ofl board the gunboat. Every ;:
behta4 ttw ezdatei'1ndbelow:deoki'tt river lakes to Gulf and final '
the ; a "err ; '
will to line of 1 business 'win'b
be
help
sure of
mark
.f Decided advantage+ beo faU'planted diers buried Santiago exhumed respeetraad revereneciwas

"i. : liot tfiemtthe'- effect*'of'the1 shots survey of Orange river to the. Caloosa-' td say nothing)of its great con and'brouht'b8ck try,the Roumanian. ..paid to'the dead leader, the.boat-f--on ''

> t .IId,ltgpth llgijt Qam ''on'lWhe hatchee and'the Gulf. which his remains were.,brought,down' '
."l'S." .', ,. 'DMs'gladioB i% atandard which venience. No maD-'or set of men will The party.1aIn s1mpo.. ,.
> h halfmastThe
.. .:;\ '. _tojUcaae-ef' eCo) began, the order- : 'for the world. I The finest thing in the shape of a oe more gratified to near of this than : d \Jhe flying btnrUng'at
America may"prod t* ed of relatives and fri of sol- ,
{. ':Iles waft >Zb!?D to'ihelrtokerfoles ariaenthere r 11iOid'lDTjO icJ&' .was constructed then be "
the drummers, for they will
ItI could have Duirooe species of dIm The ergo of 'the Roumanian VESSEutbo : .1DFl ,t. ..
"i;? ..M..t = r from Iola, on the Apa ad11co1a river; able "their sUD4'ay.ln Madi-
to spend
: / .
ytwould: : '
int
mf almclat
; ; ee of coffins.CANTf .
,: ." -'be\ '" "' m garde ; consists entirely afeamahipchmond, Captain'Hillier
'
w \ thattbrtlca gladia'.LwIt begin"bg'?loam early. in across: .tlS "dead;lakear.to tBL1 Joseph, song Many'of" them,.are saying now i-- ,: of_ .thai.Old Dominion uD :;"

h\\ :,. (_hing,depend a '!m. ,TteJ-- dole and'oooti'nvee JUdU'vrcb',.. W th a distance of some'>fy miles. Theo that when this road Ii completed Mine HOtD TWO.TOSmONB. which left Norfo :Va.. was struck T

:, ', ':' 4 tom of !1aj f" artiyyahown of bulbs grade,,as ail&*..the timbers in Host Lines will have ta enlarge h* ho- uieetlng- the the lumber-laden schooner George ..
"boNai i.m: goodcollectkm A special judiciary
\ oti e r lobf trwrtlt mctose the "dead tetii..hu: become favorite Clark:, off Thimble Light. about 9:45
: ',. (" the ut.t-> sad corms acre may%ave 6 garden gay : .such a re committee of-the'House was held to o'cloclcThe schooner t was not seen _

.t. fromftWearyapring lakeVMs, there todayas; evidence of the sort with the boys. Let the railroad pass upon the?inquiry Bordered by the struck the Rich-
beore'lh
:
trfrnt until.Just
: "" ttmost, oom
runt ,
.-;' -- The.}ttdtcplaeei I ;it'-h'I}i rerj*L| importantf ** ; :; ,rugtll,1 krdJ y ;frees ag. once activity in, 14t.now out-ofthe- .come.-Madison Recorder. House as to the right the memberl and to mond. Some of the woodwork of the
: hold commissions in army
I : world section of country. This road R1chmon4.wu"tom awaythe teasel '
tame o tatar a 1A" Japan.. i Iii: madioludboa. d' aot;be planted aDtIJ Farming in,.Florida other. offices. slighted: dented and her smokestack c .
built in Metropolis.
was
,J is a hole in the floor from zanier ollhard( freezing Is poi ud l83&-iJacksqnrlll ,,1 Brief meo.u"on'\ Was made'yesterday Later If was understood on the floor I considerably loosened, She returned '

,'}: t t e 'to two:if tet:squaret In this mn mat be plantedef'i'tttenwls: until: of.Hhe fanniof; C. R: Pitts, near Port of,the House that the discussion'practical In to'Norfolk,and left for New' York-after

f( t !ion pot is sunk In which live charcoal June. The corms (sbs4'bulbsX should It has been i reported'that a, 'negro Ta 1npao'Cliff tbe gentleman (having committee unanimity against bad. developed: those members of being repaired.: gRUSSIA
.. has swmolinglne
been' hands aVSje .
;} "' "'.. ,t:::. lR-' 1.pUed.+fAwooden: frame- ; or, .rack, be'' 'set iy;,ta deep *a*91fbe'1 lmtieiipai ) ; brought to the Tones office some remarkaoly the-House holding- army commissions
1 turpentine still near Denver-ly--pre. '{
OUR FRIEND.
for too
..t. }: ,Cbig enough to oorer r the hole above : t.\'.Give'fhem'good' sihallow cnfiif; tenoTni 3or bSttf IS Q.''ft?of tlie'bfaeons :;_fine tomatoes;*grown'on Usplace. and purpose that of the considering-whether postponement was mem- Ethan Allen Hitchcock, the retiring. -

,4f: ... :Y .. |l8 T foot b1 4Ia placed over this and area.Islthrttvnta'large at.1on.uDW.Tu1f": ",.after whlelx they deputie '*:to"< St bUsh">'sT lodge . hers .on"' evil commisstofL''appolntedby'the American.Ambassador to Russia;who

: thick' wO'"take,care 'USemselves.' Tie Mr. Fltts.cultLvates seven acres, ex- i) were-to be Included
'f.. :, iIP quUt, the therg. He obtained $150 from some President waa.recently appointed United States

_:: ..' r if rWch spread far, nlinto tht conns shattld,beItOed'vtrivta. the p the colored hands In 'the Wltijttipn Into- elusive of Ibis orange grove. He has in'it It has been practically,dedded Secretary. the Interior arrived' in
; .," 'Never shape metone that members serving the postal Industrial LOndon his way to Washington..
o p IT.thl: toting' fadioideibt ffieeplanflsl'ipe. Jbree'ecrea In wOxkb are now
Tfii ppafafu
: !
i F ,fees, etcr and- pocketed.$40 'commissions -win not be dlsrturbed. He carries home' the strongest pro-
> '.! allow t2:>*m"become'-so-ripe' beforediggingjihat.lbetop ""and growing'nkcly; ; en acre and a '
hu- amt roun37t"lhe np
'. .. # "taml11 'which was to pay for the lumber of n Russian IJ1IP8th1es.'lID interview*;.

.,1.; .<-.I{. spend,u&h': 'I' tlm .: The : _wfll separate,from Masonic halL .B esldes.r i he t borrowed ,half in tomatoes, (from, an acre of had with im by a representative the

:: ':':-[ ,;.method, : ptTjst' iti1_ lo. trtl either _tbe., coyrn WJ iiS? r d.ni. :ng .Ib. protectsingicoatrb money and got credlt'at.'Uie store. He, 'Qi'nVls'tkbVfr' marketing,; the'other SALOONS TO BE CLOSED.'IN. Associated Press, Mr. Hitchcock de- :
the stories
nounced
emphatically cur-
"'(' 'broken aDd: the corm ex acrTdag') .I 0j bloom; aDd rite re* / j'
, one>t feet oriicnees to the fire,,and nas been "operating fn ,other,places,' AKRON. rent 'slme"the "beginning bf the His-,
i ... ( io undue evsporatioa The..tem ia sweet of the National
moloderis ,
posed planted potatoes A representative
.. that Russia was ft'
: } : 1t/l.p ai & poisible and his wife, whom he lest behind* pano-American war
'ahonld'alwayi! be/firm enoosflijtquire iria poita.toVirJtJi vines. bf Vhlcil' areIrateIlIg'b'green'pa3 Liquor League was in Akron;.O., and continentalpowers'
weber coalition of
t of
f" a
b plWidQ d arms. On----top oft : Ban he made $ .500' In one place.Catcn'anaW local men were very'reticent as to'the : .
,' 'ritt1Dg-- r-tiA purpose pnrnJ -' wWda! 'are now which would have intervened
jciu11{ tins \ e M,the the'scbundreL-. of -his visit: Now that-he'bas:
.
>, wblge: !. Hybou object in-the dispute*had'not England refused .
"ie
r lug ithears ]() : nsed.-FE.; ready. for market,as also-turnips, eab- f 'is told'of *,
? ,,_ . frame Is often put a large 'square, :Miss Marie Petticrew, the lad f t ootbta -.tff.DnstOrr.. ,the' to Join them. : r *4 .'
: Phase, in AmeriCAOvAgriculturist. I'Jh" i and Movement'which he is said .to ,be at
' pageoollart, squash, anions
'\:.; : polished board which serves as.s ta- ...- '-, c!kiai'l1lt J !iiiArWOTlBt.who: Invaded more'UuLn'tbe "Those stories are utterly; unfounded -
.rr beets, which are now bring marketed. the head of'It ta no ," said Mr1. Hltchtock. "There hasnever.beentta
: / hie. Oi I 10fi : ) 4 i > ; :Tampaj!! a f !, days ago.la highly! elated closing up'of;everyshoonin'1tbe"'city
1I "r 5 ; ;Ite: ',intended tfheo'fce began : single item of proof produced ,
; S FKIE. FJU
BIGtdTheworatytlre'thathaa BY *
_
a ,' 1 with her visit to this dty. She eonsidl; .I for a period'of two years. Members to substantiate them, and on the I

9 ., visited Columbus ers Tampa the gayest and busiest cityIn : trucking-! confine IbJa sales to toe of'the AkroniLlquor League mad*"tus contrary/Rnssia has'been most friendly .- :

The late Uohn Russell. Young ha4"al- ,,Ohio.' in years has visited the'centrjj' ,Florida. She Rill begin her' work t+o :iniarJsBtbui'terhas;'' shipped'mme statement today in-all'seriousness: and toward'.theUnited States and has :

''W&1''W t w for....,. .. eft Srslli g'ihbei-lnorreetJ 'aiac tom&loWnqrthiero markets this claim that thfe project is entirely feasible manifested. that friendship,during',the,,;
.< ,! j1: -,.......:::t-1't -1!.. bijgbess-porUonrio :the' . |.. j. at Sr. : The;manner of'doing. 'this la' by past two""years! in many waysoi'which |
.1ItUUJ of\ t1 Cl" '.- However, the transportationdiargri -
; eeaaoix;;
t ,. T1iehoYesaie. oodsre of lane & Glenn's attitehtodity"br td following method
< ,. shoe : the : myptrBitionforbids'; me 'W;
; ;:
; he became Librarian waa'to .et'as1dt, GreenJoyce;;' & 'eo. .ls doomed. The! morrow jand.xhose haylng tickets tin ] were so Wgl: flint.. his returns The-national League, covering thir*_ : speakVR? ,
,
'.. ; ; iw* -** ; ;
i': .. .t.. a,roots. for- the.use of those o'sfflict-:: loss'may reach hundreds of thousands I get <4shlned'H1"by; "calling almost-any reoot sausfaeory.Mr. : ty-fonr states,>is strong enough' to pay ,.p : -"J \ ,k' ; ,'

b ...,! 'nnt'ftnJ. p1auned..to. has t9rtf of thflkproprletofm of':the local saloons \1h\\ aft loves'her triad; ;
ed. Be puckfor.them Fittts.aisa a large bus
.;. '. *& : hour dnrln e day.--Tampa Tribune. of :
: ., :: ; rJ-4o n4" i" 4fVftoreeleveno'cloci J1 : + revenues eob'.to keep them out .
r-it ;;; miefall s irs tbo ..
I iaxa&oi ..
"""" _- aliorary rhkh should- ,', orlky' a t 'dnVvery'slde we hear:; pineapple poultryand says the buslne ,..tod will do soln; order '1. e r... .

.,.r : :thebr.jwants.but: !: arranged to;;have fejlXcatchlng:;a .number;;:'of people:in-italkl- ;Visitors and home people-allb most.profitable feature of !ill'f&rm- to give the people of Akron> tand/all J"I1d :r.9 !JDowttt: {i "U '!: <;,-}

);-"r- :'..: :): .:-c:. readings given 4 oft!. their l1eL every! e a11d.. Thus fart'.five have been*arapatereatedrantlandas/ ; ;being pur- Jng 'operations. 'B>'is-r-'novrgttting other cities an. objectlesion'entailed of:tne Sbe says foe can read poetry.better; j
whlctt will be nponIpallties '
'sX,*." ;;. afternoon, and r*o :talt end enlisted; fcnnd :who sje.'seriously:injured. '.One 'ctesedQandjprBpared-for plants! ''''One about__.four doses egg ,dai Ty Tampa,, sufferings qr..the, ,_ ..ot.The '.:these thriven!JO' ;.o12_",>er_'man_, alive.--CMcag" ..- ",, .. ""

"' '' t-,,etqapaUh Y. h:aldot'- aasty peol?' ssanisythought' "baTe been 1dU .";'"dayitan ::L'Russell booked .. ...... --, DoSr tax,' paid,by tM saloons- 'R teord. J

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Tbe first foursome played on the The club house is this week being The question with shippers should ?
MIAMI llNC MEAT. Miami golf links took place last Friday I put up at the golf grounds. It will bea Dot be "how cheap will the commission Tropical 'TAJSrK.S ,
between H. W. MerrUl,'of the Royal very pretty and convenient building. merchant handle stuff?" but "bowwell
i Palm and Fred Sterry of Palm Reach : There will be a reception room in ?" Cheap service is often expen- Fruit Trees t: .

Muj Minor Minellueou Mini Mint against C. B. Knott.and W. F. Tole, a'' front 9x18 feet, With two dressing life In the end, and the shipper wboooo.lden *" Also' all On.- 2"fei. W* Jauractpue' aU a
guest at the Royal Palm. The game room! in the rear 9x21: and three toilet cheapness paramount to > ties of . Sgfc kinds< and ds.. 01 ;
u. ( Il
was an interesting one and resulted rooms supplied with water connections.A good service and judicious dispositionof .. -.
'' Th80foot( naphtha launc" of F. A. Messrs.Tole and Knott beating Messrs. 10footeranda surrounds the build- consignments will find sooner or orange\ ra a& L
Boot is being launched to-da: Merrill and Sterry four up and two to ing on all four aides. Workmen are later that his aim toward attaining a &: Dt9' -l lCillresre. '
4 Henry J(. Flakier took a run down play-that Is; when the game closed still t to Miami from Palm Beach Tuesday Messrs. Tole and Knott were four and leveling the rough places: and are of the mark. To successfully handle

'r The launch Fort Dallas has -een sold ahead of their opponents and had two putting them in fine shape. and dispose of fruit and produce requires R \ SE'S .:;, .T i

, by the Tuttle estate to H. W Merrill. holes yet to play. Refer jog to a recent item in this long experience and thorough fir: .
s Our section escaped agIn. A.n Wanted two good dry goods sales paper aa to the rates of taxes in Dade knowledge of the business, and involves Crotons,and'p d Bbihbber7 --..,;: 4 ,;\- ( tq
and risk
fiat great expense besides
man. Ideal Dry Goods Co. 6-14-1t with those in the 'f'f.
county as
additional assurance that i the Bay compared of ". : \ -
plenty hard work and worriment. t G I 801
DIOKEBSOH\BBUBH --"t Dins
old home of the writer in Michigan,
country U the place for truck*rs. The Southern Methodists expect to commission merchant's hours are ,. I .
commence the erection of the founda- a friend in that section of our old M8t.wtrAv.D.X tajaa.ruL. a1atb. 1'Ja., .
The wires for the from early morning until late at ,
telephone pole night
home writes that be is charged with ; IJ: ) r.
tion of church in few
their
a days. ;
. ace being strung this week and the that adjustment of taxes for a firm of and it matters not what the weather HT-WrttaforCctalociM. 1444$4'I I 4
.
it will .
When be
'beU girl" will be a thing of the completed a pretty large land and that a is, he must go. His work is not in a !
owners, upon '
edifice. It will have
wooden style
in Miami. comfortable office but the _
present '
on sidewalk .1
of land the taxes
tract valued at
' Rer. seating capacity for over 300, the audi $250 in the open store, or at the steamship -
.FrJ3ulllvanbas] been transferred assessed this are $53. What
torium will! be 32x50 feet with a wing year The
5: from the Catholic church her, to Hay 16x26 to be used as a lecturing room, would the average Floridian think'of wharf or railroad depot. The cheap Keystone.fl : .
na rnl' wbieh place be left. by the also a tower 9x9 feet 00 feet high. It that rate of taxation when he grumblesat man is the dear man, no matter how :
take
last ailin of the Lincoln. will be an ornament to the town when the nominal taxation of Florida? you airy and blm.-Frult Produce Record Trade Journal, ,

Captain Broasier of Lemon City is completed and will,correspond favorably M. Lane of the firm of M. Lane A I, 1809. January Jut Ircgto reeehed LlI.1n a the ens tlOath]tae.of, ; lip;' *"'.,*.bJ artists Of note. .repnuauas, j "i
in Tampa this week Jo-attendance: ,"with the many modern improvements Co., commission merchants of New : ..
8pecial Non1Ues ID Banquet 04 -44
upon the military contention'upon appointment now in progress: York City, who has been here since M. L. Chaoer Milton. Fla., writes: Wrouhc Iron and Gold Plate etlor I..mpa-In Psliarlc &D4'Oo14 f1&. u4 ,. ,

of Governor Bloxh%m. An old soldier, crippled and in drstestitnte early in December, says he believes be Have used Dr.M. A. Simmons Liver "

Supt.Z. T. Merritt will be in attendance circumstances was in town would live to be a hundred years old out Medicine it. It 20 years; would be lost with- Books, Stationery,Artistic"ovelties,'Fancy Goods,&c.. a
not only cures ailments but
in this climate. Mr. Lane is 65le&n ,
; at the annual convention of Saturday. He.had been in San Domingo
- the'school superintendent of the state where be lost quite a song old, tips the 'scales at about 200 in my. family I is a preventative of disease iTy Porto place tflce,corner business of Arena known'Cnd'a* "TUX 12th 8treetl f.fJn' R"041. located oppadte tb: : '

' at Monticello on the Uth, 16th and property by flood. From there Lc, pounds walks from eight to 10 miles feb the trade *t all times. Dont fail to sell aDQ n t shat be plMled...to eNar co +
16th theta ftThe ached Nassau, where he wa+ taken, every day and returns every evening We were this week shown over the omest display In this jn* ever offered to the P ta lDe.J hm.'stoat_ n4 'the-Jau4.. ..
r wilt sick and remained in the hospital sic feeling as hearty as a man of 80. He place of Dickerson & Belden, on 2d A Also fineanortmentof bftkntlfnl Screens Baadtnra and Window Florid Mats.Photos In their saint eotor, cheap._ ,
Miami.Telephone Company v months,*"*:!.."A. McDonald gan him speut two months here last winter, street, just west of Avenue D, and
commence with'aboufaO. In? passage on the Miamj to this ;pla...., will spend four months here this winter were al1'eeabl.urprlsed at tbe beauty S
truments business places and are which be reached Saturday. His destination and says be is so well pleased with We found, considering the short time TH\KEYSTONE; :,.
in hopes to materially increase that the climate and tbat he shall these gentlemen have been Mr. ,
people here. = ,
was the soldiers' home in Virginia AVENUE C AND 12TH STREET. */ ...:
number, besides putting several and be was given andclothlug spend six months with us next winter. Dickerson came to Florida and settled lIHJs-m "' KOLB.cPllOP-
!
money
'phones into private bouses.TbeMfnorous at Linton In the Cof. .
early that
here and seqt oq his way re There Is no better or sweeter butter days
, will this week go joicing. ':'" than Haskell's fancy crown creamery. town', where be lost,heavily. He then = "
to every tracker in Pads county south For sale at T. N. Gautier's. 6-12-tf decided to move to Miami and try his .MATHUSHEK
of Palm Beach if it.is.found to be The cold wave'which struck this sec fortune in our bustling city,where he PI A
tion Wednesday night,from the northwest Probably the best entertainment of \ l
interesting and a of arrived about and t. "
proper exponent a year ago went to \ < .
the .at.eret..hal1 M bad nearly spent its fury when it tbe season by local talent was given work with a determination to Ar piano with a nnI Piano* that haie'a'repnUtion eoad --.I ri.,
county's
pleased to receive fcnbecriptions., ;. reached Miami.- .,;:With the thermometer by the Presbyterian choir at the casino all-'obstacles. These gentlemen overcome are kind that hr stood' the tet\ rf time and attsfld the mot critic*! -fa' u'way' '
S6 the Cldestand stiff north- of the Hotel Miami on last Friday .
at a
at "
The Jb rsotoui would.,cajl mention' west wind blowingwoolen suits and a evening. The recitations were exceptionally fruits and plants to all ef the ; t 1 ) J.,:
of traekertvand others.inter little artificial heat were'comfortable.. well rendered and were beart- parts Old-style piano.that have bass rented for yr sad then'O 5
ested in efelpptng: of*vegetables to The lowest' temperature' reported was fly encored and responded to by tbe country, and their trade is rapidly nor an they"cheap low-frmde"" piano.,md to Mil"at ball rs -

the advertisement on another page rof af LaCrosse,W a:, where 8i below,was performers, and the musical selections increasing. Among tbe rare and beautiful EVERY PIANO IStNEW :SkrJalu.
plants we found the royal palm .. _
J.8. Warner Co. covering a spaceof registered- Chicago*'reported 25 be- were equally well received. A neat t Res
,
three columns which speaks for.'itself. low tbe weatber bureau:and still sum toward the organ fund was real- from Jamaica and the West Indies,tea, And Try part U md*In ace lfA r :
t by coffee, allspice, sago palm, royal poinreianas j which i*a rurantM that wUlluc'L f
-r. :; .
lS:;.":" ". falling at 11 o.'clock-llneteen below ized. This.choir will give another entertainment - .
Pr. Vr4. IQJIIIOA.. ryel''J4edetna: was very common.:'Tbe'tilgbesltemperatnre at an early date, awl if accasia,dwarf pbylkntbas poincianas from,Phanix the:palm West, WHY TAKE OHANOgSjUfcr '. ua--f\1'J ; ,..w ,
,
h eIpeJUn. from ....IPtJ the. elfaess for' the.84 hours'At Jacksonville the same standard of excellence is Indies, crotons without end, all varieties On cheap p&nos,when th*old and rHW MATHTOHXX -
ui bile and gilds. Improvea tb. assimilative' was 40. It takes the"Bay country maintained a:good sized audience b2SlL1! & pr l rei! and terms * nit yon* There at. nor -
orchids citrus
prooVssesj purifies the blood, after all to escape'frosts: .There was assured them. all varieties palms) :; of fruits fruits, and 15,00) MATAXSHXK' .pianos In_th* Booth.' -
tropical and
tones op sap strengthens. feb no damage donen this section;- The Natural Bridge Grapefruit Co. plant too numerous for as to attemptto ''Yoaaboa1d have one." GENUINE MATHTJSHEXfFLUEfiABX

'.' ..,- is contemplating the establishment at mention. Their place is certainly soLD ONLY n for -V ',,: f
++rJ : Arch Creek, or Natural Bridge, a concern ':'i m' '
worthy a visit from anyone interested LUDDEN &. BATES"S.Mi .
for the converting palmetto) ; .
trees
in
tropical and '
plants. '
roots into tanic acid. It has been also make a business of collecting They na- FRED KANN, .Manager.Jaeksonvffle. ,'Fla.:.EjstBay Btr**.*,+i-.:\'," .
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demonstrated tbat this industry can be tive'plants for tourists. MBS W. L MABCH is oar reprewntattT for lttimi and Dad.CaaatttvC" x'., .
t WI.\Bnr.d & + successfully engaged in here; the pal- aDd we respectfully solicit for heryoa ptront. Aw.dob siaM.....;.- .:;" '; '
A two three weeks'course of Dr. '
or
ne ODt metto roots which abound here being .utet170Ilt..oa.prlcu1Ite.i..reastow.nwW get jest.a.OieN prtess r'Ji,
t i : : rich in tanic, acid of a high quality. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine will so sad terms thmngb .XarcbUU' dealing with ne dlr.et. '01.:"': .., . !II

.. ', .- ;:.; .. They are especially with manufactnring,desirous of corresponding concerns -- they regulate will the operate excretory without functions any other that .. -\l. ...-1-,v1 1'r ::,..,,,.. _...<., '',,' '' ."..-.r S rr

J' .
who handle machinery of this aid. . feb ,',-'

Hay|. added a'llumber of'.New' Items of Interest character, and also with parties who Lato E-/. ;-: .q-f, H*.';' i ., ,. : .
are extensive, dealers in this industry.! or lA'.J.1Ii"'S"'?; '" ...,... -.Ll
t.'heir' already large stock We mention We hope profitable industry may be On Monday February Bth, between }t.!.;... "-... :
'
Little River and 7 .
built. along this lie Bndge's. store one -. '
"' qp
pair gold spectacles In a case. under Ii'r .
*
: : To sweeten. the breath, brigtben the will suitably, rewarded by leaving .?. .
IfePlaid eye,clear the complexion and. Insure same at this office or ,
/ returning to
BOys" ioolSipt5/iYery Stylish the natural bloom of health, use Dr. loser,: Maa. S..C.Ltnl.ZnKLDI .' '""::- -:-........ -',:
M.A..Simmons Liver Medicine feb o-14-lt a. r f .

' & ..' tS',..t ..rt-f. :- W.P. Sullivan of Kansas City, go vo t r. *& & ysocmoau - t**
1E
d ernment postotfice inspector, arrived & Sacfcan for ;:::" '. 4S '
blue Faoey Slips
3 to,15 14.00 to: ?4.50.' Navy Pineapple
,; :.years; f : in tbe city Sunday and .was Joined' : '
Sale.
. \ ,.. :, . l Flannel l L: Suits, $1.50)2.0O. Boys' School? ,Francisco'Wednesday and by L.L.Leatherman K. Erwin or Cin San Abbakas, ,:Egyptian Queen, Golden : :' ; ;<: : ;}

Pahta/brown :and blue la 0c.BoyaVOlay both postoffloe officials. The Queen Porto.Bico, Smooth. Cayenne.
"' plaid :navy cinnatll
; :
left Wednesday night,on the and Bed Spanish.-- Apply to 1& '" < .
W orated;'1'$l50.! Men's t Lincoln.(for Havana, where" they will .. ,HADDOCK ft: MATTILUCS' :. .. . .:: T Tk .; < ; i '

I'Li remain 'during tbe next 90 days superintending "Palm Beach Pinery' ... ."r " '. ,, : '
; $ I-t c' R : :
V: r .1 )(h.J 1 J. l the establishing tot, post. West :PalmBeachi Fla.The ;( ": k" '
} :
offices under E. G. Rathbone,directorof ".b.f. :. 't1 !- ' : n i ,
i auts and Sweaitersline posts who has full charge of the : :
Bicyqe : Termiiul Loach tad k '" '. .'
: organization of the Cqban postoffice Boarding :N0RTH *, .t.'' ...lt
;. system Mr. Sullivan Was\formerly a \. House, ?!""" : :: ., 'd, -l.--i./ .. ,

# Uto.dote1 ,of Me e's' newspaperman In Minnesota,and was J. I. Turnag baa opened up at tbepassenger "', .. .....' . ., ...... '.... ".. '"': .t
b '
atone, time pension examiner in Mich. depot a nrit-class lunch J : j. 6 ri Vicar '1. : a .,

Iq our advertising columna'will be boose-with his nice line of groceries, '
:
; : : ;. found the advertisement for,a charterfor branch baker, soda fountain,.oyster Florida and Cincinnati Limited: i ( ;
: the Florida East Coast Power and parlor, hot coffee, sandwiches, boiled ,
"II''t
t T'hi] 'S':, and'CapsLJad Irrigation(Company, with P. H. Loud, eggs." Parties Just arriving at night \ *r- j.l' H :.' ;:; .
: Jr., Edwin Nelson, Johp 0. Losee and will. do well to call; also before departing Solidp. train fromdackS nV1ll8'.J y i '

: William 'Nutting as Incorporators.The on train' Will be open. late and "" ..-'. "" !, .
.'! ii'n id:-Misses';CrasK 1 Caps,' t;AA large'line! plan proposed by tbe company is ,early., Do:.not forget that there It a r I M '?.... .
in short to control the water ,of tbe place at the depot where you can get .
o & P. sour 14lsN. KENTUqxy.I .
o +Silkjmoderate. -Beree' Umbrellas' that *will i wear. : well, Everglades for irrigation and electrical anything this line.. Prompt atten- ". '.,I ...\'........ .. 1 .. .
>* I7X <;Q *- % tion to alii 'I also have z4. .i.'It: --I:! .
. .' purposes. As to the practicability( ) of given private AND "''r"'i r 3 : Yf
cost. J" .. the scheme'we ca.n not say until we lunch 'rooms for ladies. Respectfully, .
j. *. c.-yj . .., mpre fully comprehend it. Mr. Loud 6124fJoalt. :If Ttnuuoi, QUEEN & :CRESENT T '
.k"Oj\ h \ states that they have the money with S ,

.,. f : -"t }: fxrq: : .i JT which to develop It. The writer has . ro--:. ...: !
'N' heretofore suggested thin power for MEDICATED ,LENSES OJanaa.&I f. a
' ,. ,....,
electrical purposes for Miami and. be- ' >, '! .-
r : ., : vj iI ing laughed at dropped the matter two
\. no 1.-ttr M" | A i-.r I i*,._,*+.a.$ ", years ago, :although never convinced "''mmn1n'm"'n1mmn''Smt11"1t1J.JWulJ1mtJ1mmt11l' ' !?

',: : -" *-'t-_ 14 ;!.he nicest'Jine. /of.Gen: st Shirts* that,he of was using wrong.it unlimitedly As tQ the{, we proposition areas .\ :::' M.r.uw. ,... ';.t-N ..J m- J E i.., >

Ji ((1; !! _. _H Waistssand: .Collars ever--: 'yet not satisfied. Impi'ovJ\ Eyesight E :tM1:. &:\...Soi.i..fE: ;
Lee G.Baurveau, electrician of Jack* the
Jlb o, -: : Miami.", They 'are4 i made, by thep sonville, arrived in the city Monday to E..... (Established' 1870). .... .{ ...\. ..... /' ..];'e......' t, -
t !.l' -' !'--' \Vcelebmte1lforiits 'fitand superintend the construction of the Ftnif i l .: "' .
: : o'g'an: n perfect YOU CAN'READ' : w
'.
; .
-, .... ; line of the Florida East Coast Telephone | Commission Meroiiants'S t ; '
,-' ,. excatieat vTorkmanship.7"'I: : eo: Co., which will extend from Wttto these lenses foe hours at a speciila_ .. ,|! ;
: Palm Beach to Cutler, connecting the time without dizziness,or blindness i F r, '
t We., areSiU1iithe; .'lead in"'.' \- packing houses of J. 3. Warner 4.Co. to the eyes. i- Tomatoes PinoapplesEggplanfa f and-PePPers r x E ::r ?
"" ., r ,. .
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.. oAI "; : ; The poles are being set and tbe equipments
< .\ . 1" ..;' j T4.':" '",,, .:rQ :- _ .', ,- for the line are at Palm Bea h. They are Health Preservers I Scents tent on api\leatlon.j .. : .. .Corrupond.aca solicited. =-=

.\o' ''' t ''''d r ;' I. < ; ', We are informed tbat Messrs.-::Warner --zTbesp NEW ..
: ; j /K4m-bl CS2 WASHINGTON ST.. YORK. E'
; ; 'I :; : :- : AT Co..will also have a telegraph opera 5141\\ ,MfCI'aale41.eues_' -8wreaa4 are onlJ Qited oa by sal aCAPABLE *'. I::::IIU UI iu IU 1IIIIIIIIIIUi.lI;11'111 1'11111 I UllilUHUlIlI1I Ull t.ruuluua"u.nUIUWIU&UI .
I G': Q' : 'T.Ji ,; tor at each of their several packing\ : t & &&uu .
0 : houses. having made arrangemen.tl: OPTICIAN
.,. ,
with the. "Untpn lor -- .UuaIUWWW"1"
Weftfetn installing For
.: : ', : (SAgtl tim a m1y.\
".. -: ', 1v' -:_ \'c 1-- 1': .i3rP: J -.'>,.S1_ -'k- aa instruments: these points. They t11di-ytc". ,", ,
d will put on a hoe:of three small steamers -
'WP1DH eci ltIJf\lli) b-: TMtfi.o: stOIP- ".' tahandle> the,, .at Cqtler a.n.4. ;
) crop
., : _."U ). ... ..P Q\ ;:J* .- -iTt' the 60LDSBOROU6H

mB4E.;S ce lf }or, .q ens,:
z ., Inf nts;: Oifr: School Shoes are. :tough wearersanddon6f"dls'apj3oint . Haskeir fancy crown creamery butter. -<(Incorporated) .Hahn'
-' -4' Sold at Gocoannfr-Grove_ only bJU..B.
you: ". Bruce 6-12-tf Commission
'T.'...4k '

',' ". ,1Y.!dell. ht,,'to-shoW) our. gooiis';-so do. not hesiinspect -. u. .through-"Miami W. F. Wright of Wednesday Washington passed on bis Merchants x .

. -t: '" ". ,
'10 .t "ihemf :, 'tf ,,-"' "- '. from'Bauna to Washington.: Mr. ,
4tto o, way
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.,: ._ '
:.. -- . Yonra !toYpTease ' Wright Is;'the'private S. secretary Mr. of NEW,;YORK and BALTIMORE! BUILBER
.: : . <:'iI t .. ... Senator Matt., ;:Quay. Wright ,
'. -r' 'i'f.;; . states. that the re-election of-.Mr. Quay 220ta o ..
by the legislature of 'Pennsylvania??
W. M. :Bmm1NE: SON.BEAD an. assuredf fact. It Is only a cmeitiohhreay SDla a'St. St. Charles 8t.I' .

pf tflI\\!! whedtbe'avor. Wllf oocar'JQ' ""..'Wholesale BeedTo *!*.. r A(: ', - ...--

_ __ ._.___ ..._ ___ .o ,.._ .... <-,.::" t" ? 'TblsVwill be Rood news to '"",,'" < all kinds of :. ... .. ....,
the the East Coast for which e '
people"of. ; : '
t section Senator Quay has done so much Southern: Fruits :PLATINO STYLED "

in Congress,the past and who stands and Vegetables. '
is:.: .F 'HO MUM! BLOCK. In'a'poeitlori to do so much more in the [! PHOT'OI1THE Enlarging. ,, mijpe8.'p

future.: :As an assurance that Mr.Quay HTfT1rts, Solieibd.aA* ; | kt' i titres( shed and aUP -' '* ; 'f:
f
H .- ,
w.all. right-Mr. Wrlgbt'.poJnted to ( !a .Da 7.
the fact tbat if:be was not his..private 'Kcraqnron f: Kttojwl sank of Ihdtlnar; ork.finished ) date" t. } ,
;; \ ,. | t:,, s secretary:would not have been away h.rwer 1udW.rchantsNationalBankEuton, J 4 9 i f l' t \ upJ<.. : :' '!-_- --
New York .
/* ttEMll* UM CAKE9PIE- EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS. from:,Washington' pa-r,a;tour, of* 'Cuba-* IK.Cards aa4 Stencils. National tanlsbtd.Bub.ure.at..on AppUcatton., .' FRED,, HAND'S, GALLERY;...AYdCUI. ', I0.MoNSusroHk T OF _. r-........... d '.'

y( ..for txaifeekgt- r-m; \>: .-. a 't-: h' <, ,. ; :. \--1'; _,._ .-: '.' ;... .* .4.w ; ok!:..;1U:", .11-._,...."';. ..; "_: "
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re.tTftat _
rl 1

de, STORY has always been subject of doubt, but.. ?

need a good hatchet, axe or a kit of/sue- '. :.. -. : ,

; rior tools by Washington's Birthday, there is 'no f

i doubt whatever as to where you can get the ,best .;

t"i I, quality at the lowest price. Our superior stock of r'.

Z mechanics' tools includes everything that caspenteis .

A, or farmers will need. ,"

\ Cherry A :
I : 'ltl 'rnYf } J.W.WATSON.; :: y r



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(the 8th) we are happy to be able to
e ., er ONG OUR'NEIGHBORS gay that' there has been a decided improvement BOYS' SHOE-S.,: r -
P. rk and friends and family areo -
Pr hopes of a speedy recof ery. .

Notice to Correspondents. Thomas Culbertson, a grown son of We have had a line of, '] QJs.' Shoes made to .

W. W. Culbertson, is down for a stay order. "
CorretpondenU tbonld lake palm to get or several months. He owns the little They are sensible pretty and good.Boys' < .. ,
tketr letter Into thli office by Thursday morn- cottage just northeast of his fsther's
Dainty Wednesday, evening's mall Oar
II jig cramped and to insure publication the space let. house, and intends making some de- Tan Vici London : .
Plain .
Mn of correspondents itrould not be later 'ided improvements on both hoses and ,t2:25: ,.-

than reipOndent Thursday at It.momlnf.Lauderdale.We, Uallaod ittll need, Cutler a cor- grounds. Boys' Black Vici, London, Plain, "- '2. :: ::; ; -" ,
Aiken. Klllotta Key and Planter. Will someone On the 2d we saw Jack Hardee on ', 25v x
# ection do the IOtb.work Iront.at these We thai places! be glad Keep to serve your the way to Miami with a crate otary Boys' Calf, London, Plain - . ' :r. .s ,. 1

} Feet IOU all well. fine cucumbers dark. well developed Boys' Light Weight Calf :
:11ji'i
,
and without a speck or wormhole : .;k' ,
about them. If those raising this Youths Vici Bals 2.00 :
; I COCOANUT PROVE ITEMS. vine will plant so as to strike the midwinter : t'i .

i: season when insect life is .
A "Valentine Tea" for the benefit largely dormant, they will be apt to Full Line, Children's Shoes. :
of the Cocoanut Grove Library is to beheld succeed on the right kind of around, .' <
?
asJ on Tuesday afternoon, February but a little too early or a little too late We in : "' Za. :
Should be ,as daintily dressed hands if a 14, from 8 to 8 o'clock, on the lawn at and it is almost certain to be a failure. mark. plain figures ,' ; .:. ;

who appreciate Mr. Kirk Monroe's place. Tea, chocolate We learn that Mr. Hardee disposed of : ...
.
woman would: be Well.. .dressed. Lf their footwear cakes and sandwiches will be sold, his tomatoes to Chase & Harney far 00 WE HANDLE THE BEST ,:. .. .. : ::;;
this fact will be pleased to'sJP also "fortune cakes" and dainty hand- cents per dozen.

.w from handsome stock of ies' and Mlsses painted valentines.. Mrs. Kirk Mun- A. J. Palmer is getting that new I 1" : '
our roe cordially invite all interested in : ,
Shoes. the library to be present. house nearly done. Now, Palmer, I ANTHONY BROS.
when are you going to give use chalice
.
The fruits, flowers and vegetables of at that house-warming and an opportunity .
'F$ . We have just .received.an.-.:VJQi. stylish goods for Cocoanut Grove are unusually fine this to extend congratulations? MERCHANTS. Arcade Build'Y: '

-i= amage wear. season and are delighting the many Miss E. E. Tisen from Baltimore t.. ; }.x
r the street house ballroo near :
strangers visiting here, and be it said
Md., is at the Inn for short
a
Oxford Ties are to the credit of the carriage drivers stay. She is an old friend of the
Our Ladies' Patent who always accompany visitors or to \
; writer and we were more than glad to :
the themselves there is
visitors
certainly Time isMoneY'1:1
beauties. extend the hand of welcome and com-
j f ff less of the taking without permission radeship. We in tbi
JLadies'd Oxford Ties with Louis "only flower, or lime, or full meaning of say all comradeship that it implies :
Our cocoanut" than in
e. guava or previou The halo and honor that accompany : .'. :. '11"
and in ;
.IV Heels urc years, consequence our peopl one of the most successful .
up are enjoying the "trippers' visits. army nurses 'r#ft. '_ ", 1!

Our Fr T. i d- -Stiip Sandal for the ball. The bicyclists of the Grove are to thickly in the cluster time that around tried here men With'a souls no >'. a, dt 2.. J i
:r flies' -
aa1 have an addition to their number this motive but a patriotic fervor thatwould ..:ri :
room is just. $ week in the person of Mr. 0. W. Mon not be allayed she left a home -- <

i it to call and lee hese shoes. roe, our Kirk Munroe's father, who i where all the resources, surrounding -. "t. ---
: stylish ss "- . '.'
yf
Ladies, do on the way from Boston to visit hi and friends were all that heart could \ ; '
son. wish and devoted several .y'H, ''
jeers freely,
Miss MoGoffey of Boston, who is visiting gladly and voluntarily at times thi : :
,
; >hn Sewell & Co. friends here, while out fisbinj roughest kind 'of service in order U ; :;; ;, ifJ
the other day on board the Pelican, bind up the wounds;, cool'the fevered; :
Mr. Paul Ranaoiu's yacht, caugbt ttu brow and pehaps Indite the last message .'!JI c-'" r" >, :\
THE'SHOE PEOPLE. largest.mackerel of the season so far, from the dying soldier to larval J i $7'z1 ....;5,
and friends : OS r 1: '.i'z'7:
a 7-poander. ; and now well she know: "
she carries with her the : ';:'s' -; U .-
Thers bare been so many inquiries grateful memory J '
for the guava jelly factory the past tw of hundreds and thousands ot oh .t-.i:; :
'
WHO PROCURE weeks that Captain Simmons bavin,0g soldier tftys, ;and although she wen .: +,
; hard work to nil orders He is bavin,g with and worked within the union Y
a big run also on Jamaica sorral sane lines, her helping' band kindlr' 'greet' .6 ,y 'i.. dt

:; and jelly the Florida cranberry. wore{log was the gray.often extended to him Who ,. .. : :;'t

r3 i17 dift ; i Boll ... : ....;..;..... r '...b-.
of honor for School No. S, Cocoanut .... ,
"DOTS PAIL"One :
Z !f'hdr.liJt1l materials and sta- BY .Grove, for month: ending Jano- ,. fie ;. ,/:'
4 UoDtr.a, of the busiest hustlers among ary e1, 1899: Irene Newbpld, "Nellii . \ '(' -- 1 1rY
: ... .c our ,newcomers is C H. Hunt at Plum Perry, West Archer Frank Davis,, o ; i Fi g i'
.tJ.i r. Point. Intelligent and energetic, betook Damon Archer, Bapbaela Peacock, \. ; i'i'i j'IWatchesjilU '
.
-WMiami Drag Store .of _this, to him, new occupauoi Ruby PaulUD, Jell Thompson, Grace t 4
(; ." ';-1 :. with.a vim which was actually infect Weatnerford, Pearl McCully, Harold Df .
p ous to those around him. An accom Newbold, Bacon Roberta AI '" Peacock ,
. \'f[ '.. ,Can always_depend on,a high-grade plashed druggist, he left a good position EffleThompson,Ella Thompson, l' / --Jit;; \ / /.* VJ "- ? 4 $ 1
.
Is : .
'-< .. ,--,,' and wiU- electe4 stock.AfeTHUR '|'n a far north State to come down Ethel Weatherford,Eddie Rice,J"OIleHinton very complete. In act, finest ever brought 0 '
;/ '1' 1 _> bert and try at least one season's con Cbaney.Pent, Lawrence,Pea South Florida. '.. . .
t elusions. Not quite as successful as b e rock,Sweetie Perry,Malcomb Peacock
F. LANG ,
f hoped to be, he nevertheless doinj Dora Dearborn, Music Rice, Fran t Ourhours Nickel Clock for $1.00 is a good .. '
: Proprietor. fairly well. He cameXnto the offic H .
5; *r Frow. Timekeeper. J
not, long since, opened a letter from CaIt' : .
4.Si 1. '
?W .. home,and there was.an offer of his old LITTLE: ,BlVD LACOHIO& \Vg ?lake a specify* of_ Fine. Repairing. ..u't:aftd: s. ,,
J position, at aD'adnced. salary. War : .
f' _. see ui.
.i f I 1 I -=- _... w.'" shall lose him. As the offs LJ ', CJ
:T WHAL.ER i \ A
was generous and the pleading, "Com Your regular rf. ,
correspondent being "
:: < LONDON'Siffe \ mr[wjt i-NIIS .. home; Johnny was easy to see absent he has requested me to snppl r ... f i, .."

> . . : '. .;;,.. '. touched a tender plaos among 'tb e the laconics this week. He also made e East Store of.Sulzner] Block,. : : ; .. . ;
,('f- --. -' heartstrings. the request last week, but I overlooked .
:x i Atha.' .. Tbe Prince of Wales, u closely s|: t,. c Wit see that Mr. Painter at DeLand.blppe4 the fact that news matter for Frida,'. Cor. Avenue C and,'12th' St., .Mr'MI'FGA; : ..; ; '
I t hoi.of the little kumquat paper has to be mailed at Little Rive; f.6.U.J.as.a #' -. ; '. "' .
; oranges, north",last week and received Tuesday nl bt. .

nevi's 127.60 for it. Tbsy are a beautiful There is a rash of.basineess now ? '1 .. 0
: little shrub, with fruit about the size among the farmers. Tomatoes ,.,
; ,
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j '' t of a quail's egg or larger. Why Dot plants! okra and string beans' are mot egg. C
:), --.s; { Loudao'tillor that. ..dldnt lookCridlcalooaby plant more of them ing forward at a brisk rate. Two bund $

.. .. tbeside of our exqaU. February 8 at night. Whew i 101 dretf and tweatycrat7 express ,
"" "*.he'iu: elegant b4itffulv f, Boreu is on a ,rampage some place Tuesday. and the agent Informs .me
l style and His.ley breath as be opens. his mont the number jn( :: ; ,finish l on"eitherPriDcep4&erl poalr; towards' the south causes the shivers t o Little Rivera church sows formal! 10UTE 1IOUND (Reed Dena). JTOBTH 9cemnk(tAVft.BETWBKN L ,

_ 'Mlie'troa.ens{ or Test. Oar high. __ C run up and, down .one's backbone in a opened Sunday evening last and ws o m
:.F. riotous manner. We feel wife from well filled. It did one good 'to.her > aTATlo1:,

t. :".*",grade. tailoring perfect.. i"':". .... frost or freeze down here, but 60 or a the chants, familiar" since childhood; toa
+ -?.* r \
Air < -
r 100 miles north of.us trackers
must
down
in
...co > .It/: away here Dade, and it did os
/ feel uneasy. all good to see good Bishp Gray again .J
0 J. AItt ACC auliallroi The rain 'of Tuesday night was a i This '
: C.ITJlA1"( AGENT,' I sermon was, as usual strong .. n1 I. ...... .. 4
': great benefit to our truckers, but n o and forcible intellectual ..... 4lQ 41S L
!fJA+Jr' moo Mid- winda n____ -if- .von' .nle.n_a._. _Mr___ ual treat. There,an will be services and snits again I I-. &: Lv... ...........Iealstk .....Al I mi I iei .z... kiLL .&M& \'' -,

Weather.: next Sunday afternoon at 8:80, Rev ... I use .seas s s .
: F .
:/--t. I,. ' Presbyterian services next Sunday, Mr.Black officiating ;
..
,, ArAccldent at 9 and 7 p. m., conducted by Bev. Dr. Mrs. George Sean and daughter
,-t' . Faris.' a .. ;.... '"
Miss Josie
II bare returned from Palm w. 1t. >
...
''. E.J. White.br ther.of W. J. White, Beach, the latter much improved / \ ..".!.
'
Wars In ;
J.: ' happen the:best :regulated ClIme to'the Grove'mot long since ands health. the lees, -
-, .4. J'aiatlietW"YbnrthOle- ..... 1 .:: a11. .;f
f- y ride a ar ed to put in"a crop for himself besides Tbe infant daughter of Mr.and lire .. / N i1.al.NN.N I I fn > -
) ;; -.. ,i .'WUFr'E-bike ran leu chance than helping' his brother with his. Barnard died on Monday last, after ..
;; : r when juincan inferioi :gradeJthwi. After working few days his eyesight quite a Ifngering Illness. /:Ipa1Dp ;;1.
suddenly failed him and he + -=
t ::1 was obligedto
.. OnT
: 'ti fine WHITE bicycle: give up his plans and return home. ......:. .......... :;-t1
( . _. ,I/ ant matie as Hf ht aad the His DELBAY DOTS. .. M .eLutluw. 1 .:. < .
tom;: '- " strong as disappointment was great, as be elan :... ....:. ..N... lea .
-- best bad a wife and two little children t
materials and
put together in the -- --

i J1 1 (t ":1' .4,, best*manner"eanmate'-tbemand. u expecting he ? house to send built for them as soon I Messrs. Armstrong aqd McRae, .r .. I ,.... : :... .,,.. P T ,..:.... .. .. ... .,
to
got a accommodate
l '' guests at the Boynton, were in town
1' WKer of
'
1 .D yon not re*
them bat
; now;alas, he has td return '
'y, ; .... ".. ..' . 'eelvinfftboronirb satisfaction with to'pat himself ander the care of Friday. ...:: ........ .ws.cJ ter..9 / .. : .
; -' an Mrs. John Brown of Li........WesPaha ......._ 't 1
sn
:. ,. : ..j : oculist with Hypoloxo was / m. ..
little of
boIJt'like
a Iyer ,
> WHIT hope benefit.
... . .-' .he any aguest of Mrs. L. G. Lyman Monday. /tin 100PL'.Talttt Bssselt' ........ .r 1 :i: '
,.. . jf.fMiami Opr Dr.
.. t i- .. popular dentist, Wetzel, is Mr. J. E. Chambers came down from
meeting with, great success in the
: ; Cycle Company. practice of his profession here. His West Palm Beach Tuesday, returning

L \, patients _speak In high terms of his Wednesday; 1d/I

), : .- J..,,,, _ .....' .., skill and; gentlemanly, agreeable manner Born, to Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Lane on 11 Il .ilaraL L. a /
.' } '' Wednesday daughter
-,-; ,' ... ,ersq while shrinking under bismaDlpuJatloQ.
<
:. .. Hs} delightfully Messrs. Hall and Earnest of MEW 8MYBKA A3CD ORAKQ '.. ", ) V.law':', . Boynton -
r..w111 -
YtS., .. Yilsll. .; ,..._.., charming wife is pleased with our>gay> and J.; C. Rickards of Boca :Raton a a }
:- ': ... =-- ; , '' ( ; > > and is just wrapped op with the peat Sunday in Delray.. \

:. With a gosto. of a healthy man with climate, take it all in all. Ashland, 11,. Marshall. returned from the i ... .....
;U- .:.a healthy appetite.bat be never X,.,, in the Wetzels, the Oalbertsorjs, 'Glades last"week, b'fngfng with him
and we .hope others to come is .
: send i
Mr Blancil of Risslmmee
,
enjoyed a juicy1 leg or: saddle of
class of
ing ns a citizens to be proud of. '
,'..:.J.'i; ,=w. tton raised on bts nrgintt p4ai' ,, Samnel-Bnodea is getting numerous Everglades,Mr. Hnbbard for a baa few curve days'up vacation.from the -1 1W t-If; y p g N gt. 1 .

tatloseal. !past wit*jams rcftttda Inquiries'regarding bis Bay.front lots ,
.J:;: .. ,:: "hc "tat",aslrl more! tDj goes f f.Alit _ t.rtt t. It shows wh cb'way the tide is setting. A man selHpff spectacles spent l :
.. i prime 'Ii i roast of and that many hare their eyes looking Thursday in town, having driven down
betf.l
mieionoe' longingly this direction. the county road from the north,

,.; .; 4aiBVer jjbrirfrom Harry Brace,after a prostration l of Bishop ,Gray spent a few hours t in -'et' J
.:t. oar hlgb' -grsde stock of choice several days, the result ofa: vaccination town Saturday morning

:"! :. apeata., A steak, chop or roast < Y&a 'a s which "took/*,is tout :again,feel. L. G. Lyman made. a flying trip to :

:: : ; :procured here wiU I {lte
.M "to remembeeti WafhJnjrtonfstBri >> ( s' .:Worttofc: ,>{fedf.' &o it%? nit/aad 3 Mr. Hubbard preached at the school & "", w.--ta b sisal rrlatet sessoa< : . .. > t "
; >- \; i i't:1i.: *"* "- 4'" shoat tbeacccajm. ? ti wopvsed ritbpas Nd
, < .j.: > .. _. ._, r" JjoqseSaoday evening. .
. '. . ._ "_'" '- .. -. .-f(1 ;":: :,,' even'lfwehavi.tofl ratified, and-we intend bt: ea.cJ"tFiIt' M. J. Lyraan went*o Laptins Toss, AKr. '
; : v.
r .
H. RAULERSQN: :MIAMI FLA. what mixing, of pouticaj sl0mepsj ds/ morning) J an4reurn d |n tfceafter- :cia ,f"'!lair. lsltolib. Wedntrda" wad .
I .. Satujdays. Jaa
.
.: pope pn L.Q.Lyman's launch' ...
'tit. ,J nw. :, < h _y_ Oor.: Aye:D and_ .19th. Street.. Tbe:spectacle of Boar and Hale.Jes4. -10 2 4.-'" ,.. ', 1'1, m H r.. ,
:'?, .i' --- t ing..the aojjd.hosts of -- --' -- jioi:7ttW"rllD4lrid"" F.1 "'tN4a yI Tfi1l.4 tNstistga ,,
,
: nearly Pemoc 1l" I. _
.
-': ,..r.... .., . f-. ,' .. . . racy fa the:asaaqltontbs-administra, Bismarck's*Iron'Ntrrt TCo. .. ... ." \'. ".. .. ,..1. ,' ;
'
1i; '. A'" -\-.i\ 'fNedAJ' qd Fridays. April. We4Dt.dan lad .ApaU .... '\,
tion .. ._
.
i, %.):iN'G: the. Verily:it .wu'.out.Grftlelog. .Was the result of his good health. Indomitable '.. rU .. .-,_ .ll...-:.._ ,...._ > '. .'
.
'::. 1'S": RED.: RYPtE' f t.:. "t\ j r; all Senator Greeley Morgan campaign., the Senator Bntaro/d.without d-( will and tremendous energy -tloat-- b AMaII p... .,.Y

'* : .. ." s / ::and without reproach., !oo 4H.KrftJe ire not and found bowels,where are stomach ont of;'order."Ifwant liver;kidneys -N..1- u.. Wud I..Iu M..r.to: sad areas aasthiat ri.A' : ; ,r,

r ."- :cren.er', : ., : 1t! C1 1.1rao-tor': /: :Rhodes> -baa' bean you theea qualities and thee success: Tlis.Tam.Table show...::.N vlticltt boat.;./ q o .:G i
sofiVr- ttatl
-'I ... .. ..... bring, ns* Dr. KiD-ai w.-Life; several
atat10u
wad t
tbalr
,
> pork erlrtr ,
"'l t ing Tor 1 Beet wltb a Severe ...... or tnu* p
thi'parf
.1<<1 AM.i 4 ri ..." Srr ) .ttack L They deplop;:sjery;:power::of Il as au4rea40ed1 aorctoe.aa.tbcrPty tfadt lNpailala q1'_","f xy
of .
1 < 'i8aa baA- .,Ali FOTM-! ,spat feectrio:Caps alwaya-on toad.' ,' the JbloodjTfla-d' It completely blain and body.;-:Only td cents atTownlay'Brodreg 1 .r.=t- l ah Rtttl> ilts. .
\7 1 .- prostrated'Him;. pot. at .this'.''writing .' store*' ti-e-litlTi F,. 2t JBo .. iy Jkbo..u1.,eartlttd s w r :i' ..if
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