Title: The Miami metropolis
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00649
 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 17, 1899
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00649
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
alephbibnum - 002075058
lccn - sn 96027198
lccn - sn 96027198
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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Important-County Seat Question.Tbe u want!gp ALL the u..bay's. trio at MAIL rSAMptSaf-?"' .;
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X04 4ravoadl Ma. p'bael ORDERS ..TO; F
Henry M. Flagler and a of THE -
Monday'sMagnets. citizens of Miami are hereby incited friends, W. B. Parsons, vice president .ANYADDRESS.. "- .. 1(' "'

to attend.a meeting,; to be held in of the Florida East Coast Steamship 0 \ '

the Public School Building in this city Company and Mayor Reilly left for ;; i
Nassau on the Miami yesterday. : y_ rY m
a en Monday, the 20th day of February, The iteamer Miami abandoned her 'FILLIED'i} i .. : .', "'Ra. .:""

1899, at 7: SO p. m., standard time, to Monday and Wednesday trips to Nassau ] :8''f Ao : to: 7 Z''. ,,.s 't",; "{ '

and cleared evening at '
discuss the question of removing the yesterday : j: '
t o'clock with a very fall list of passengers 't' '. <..
site of Dade from Junoto I I -
county county I and all the reght she could carry. _' : '
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some more convenient point, and to Ice cream every Sunday at Coarley Leaders in Styles and LoWi_ pces. J' -,;.
House, Buena Vista. 'e-ll. f .
+ 4 appoint such committees as may be 'I _

The STORE deemed proper to secure the necessary people We are bare informed purchased that the Lemon necessaryland City Wrecked Price Sale Wrecked Price t Sale ".' ;

.vni. 1 SURPRISE signatures for petitions to the county (and will at once begin the construction Tit.j. \<$\ f'. .... '

commissioners praying that an election of a rock road Into that, tillage The great sale begins Mondaymorningdoors .'.,_ __ _'-
connect with the road ,
} be held to fli a new location for open at 7:30.: To the .first fifty customers we. .

0. Garrin Glllmaine is organising a will sell and :Dress Pattern '
the county site; and to look after such a 10-y _
theatrical company at Jacksonville to
other features in this connection as visit the different cities In Florida.
The of value is reached in : MondaY '
acme giving : -
may be deemed proper in behalf of the Mr. Gillmaine is giving lessons to 5c for the
tell yards; .
.8. special oiferings. Our prices but pupils tor the stage and platform at the : ,

half the real story of the actual merit contained. city of Miami. Everett House. .- .:Ii, ,-.. ,.

:a in everything'we ,sell. We might] exhaust all Come out and show your interest in interesting foursome was played 10,dozen,Towelslarge, size ...;. ?..._60 18,,dozen Man's Pants;worth;H, ; : "." '

adjectives in, ;desc t! rJpij
adequate conception of the ,unapproachable JKO. B. BXIIJLT, Henderson. Nine holes were played, 600 piece Apron Ginghams, at....,...Be 26 doses)(en'a Suspsudtn.,.......i.. ,..'..

Ii elegance of our'displa)'; of Mayor. in which Messrs. Merrill and AnDes :J< f 'a _{ked.Ha1tH:_at.........r.w': (

rFi FJUJU Bui>ax:, came I out ahead. >by,three-upand'two, : to J ." '
President of Council. play.LOST.J ., I Sailors. Ladles Sailors; ; Jffen'5 ,Straw Hats +
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i : Wash Fabrics! WALTZ: S. GBAHAM, gold, thimble.-On;Tuesday between the February Hotel Boyal 14, a BO Sailors will be sold Monday morning AH a the.g Jateaty1w+ :Sssanu-brfor+e ,: rat x*

, Member of Council.J. Palm and one of the dry goods' stores. 60each, gal beginat fl.o'cloct: 1 w.*ill ii, x .fit
.' Finder will receive'reward of 15 If left
at office of Royal Palm. It*

QLS. ,f t. Member of Council.
-4 4M I.G.. Bower, wife and. sonywho.have. ,., j
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been spending the winter bere, left
Member of Council.J. last Saturday for their home at Fre- flryGodsEiO; "

j W:1-t: ; :+! + .. .r 1 r.sEtc.. E.Member LUMMTJS.of Council.' Ouba mont,,Mr.O.' Bower After- was-a week favorably'spent impressed "in' .-. .tit' ..

.:4 lt -- -' . ,that ,be pr0posa'to return to "
? :! \,. ' J. S. FZDKBICK: :, that country.inDEALERS_tUf ,.i U' IN' 4 b.L. '.

.r. ... ', : : Member, of Council. in fruit raising.On Dry Goods .Millinery Clothing' Shoes ; J#""
.We 1 be1o\yat) index. of rhatlmay: be;:. seen .. .- IMIMU Tuesday Drs. Jackson,.Skaggs r
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at this jMjpular store :, x and Huddleston performed an,operation Crockery- Glassware, Cfiprpets,. -J( .' ;. .. .
Wells for. ,' .. .. ., .
MINCE upon strangulated ) : ,.."fa'hf.c. > (.i
Gents and Ladies : r
hernia. The is .. .. a
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patient doingwell -
Very,..,.Assign to Tourame Organdie at.....:........23operyam NLSiJ1i.r12th .
,! tarran; 0rI Dctiee at:;:....:....:...,1....;.....r.... ..23 per 1ard i this writing, but on account of the Street: .:o opposite' BoterBi ne.' "" {
Par 8wisiRoTdU sad JIunlU at..:.O'.t .:;;......60o par yardSatin Huy Minor{ .Mtotikneou Him! Mitten i aggravated condition of the Intestines -' ! ***' ;. f. .{

OnadriD* Organdies," rery,, :.latest," al...,...26o per yard Mnch Mixed I. Mostly I Mtationtl at the time of the operation his recovery . . . .. . ,
.FioBoc4 h2phTT al.T.....'....-".....,........,.45c per yard is somewhat .J
Cocd dKavrt -beAtiHfuld disigai," at-.... ..;...., .....25o per yard retarded. CHURCHES.nu.nDi Saw'.and Planlng-Mill.:
+ Good grid*CotdsdPiaiiM' ,at.;...." .. :..19o per yard ?Vriew m Win Retting and Pooltrr 8uppuW Insure against fire with Fred'k S.. AMONG THE I wish"'to announce?thai I ltav e. },
,V sty) iftsst ColorsdPlqn** at.......;......V..=............500 per yard !ef.FU.all/ kind*. uUnu X.6-8-tm-bicl W. Aaudra.Ormond. Morse, representing Hanover Fire fully eqnippedtaaw, and.planing mill- ,' ,/: '
200 plsdea 8wlw and,f.atnbda.Embroideries, all,wldthandi. Insurance Company, ,.German-Ameri and am prepared to attend to the want "-
> Ii ;petoi frc :..... ..'.}.;'.......,....:..,.'..r.60 10400 per yard C.B.Graham was in Boynton and can Insurance Co. and Norwich Union *: of anyone -wishing/anything ivthUinc. ,
Bev w..w, Paris pastor' Servicesat Lumber '
25.*lws:; *:Island]'erfxlefi' at ; "-12Ke per ;yard Palm peach Saturday and Sunday. Fire Ins:_Co. ;a-18-tf the pavilion, corner, 14th?street'and (' &vun. 1.&OOk.forll1&-i:n.B&GCI&Y? p -

.. 100Ldka8timV8ailora at '.:"..-.."."'U'.1..Y.,....". ..7 9Q each B/W. Parsons, vice president of the One of the most enthusiastic golfersIn Ave. D,opposite Hotel Miami,.,every ,ft-lS-tf. Ckwoanjit.Grove.. '
11 IMiee Strew 8a11ara at i..E..i..a-.4.o..y......Vw each Mr. Sunday at 11 a.m.and 7:SO p.m. Sunday -
'1. Ladieat 8 Mtn a&........>..;:.....:;......I.'t.39each' F.E.; C. Steamship Company, has beenhi Miami Is a Henderson of Cambridge :school at 10 a.m. All.are cordially The Inauguration qf/thjli.. T ik. a a
67 0tbMI-U :.. .1;.-.-.::;.....r.ZOp,$ .60, $iOO and 14.00 each every morning, making, his way'from Miaini-HaviMBlwping' Oar,Line.:,
'>->.d..tr ;i_> ,.L'"* JBfts'iO' Vv l c' Joshua Curry,and A. L. Pohalski of the ,Palm 'the ,links be- KKTHODIST ZPISCOPAL (SOUTH' ). FfectiVe:February lit,'hel Southern "'::: iBailwa '
Royal to
: :r: .' :.- Key West were in the city l week R 'f. C. Fred Blackburn, pastor. ;Florida CentrsJ' and"Penin.r. '"
p iParasolsTdoeach and made a call at the MmoroLis fore breakfast Henderson' is an Now worshiping in building corner sular Bailroad; and the'Florida Sast S
ttlrA ''I6 .. attentive patron .of ,the pme'aDd Avenue D and 9th street Sunday services Coast;Ba1Jwar&.wllhDpera&e ;throagh fx :
... .. .. ..;......-.-!.- :: , office. sticks'to it,with admirable determination. 11 a.*m. and-7:30p.m. ,Sunday Pnllmaa .drawinr: room$slep ..be.;= ""
., N'TaRI ... ........-..".i .,....... ............. .... S. W. Graham of Fort Meade, Fla. school at 10 a. m. Prayermeetingevery tweenJNew and.Miami,on the US. .: .
60 at-t:1.; , ....oo.... .. .:....190 each of ; Wednesday evening; at 7:,SO. ,fast' mail,trains. >96 and-SflJ dally:, ?. ; .
tiff T1.., ;...."if ...f.1"'.,1.46 each formerly publisher the, Fort Meade A meeting of the stockholders of the' leaving New T r '-1JOI ajn.;Jaaisonvill -: MV
s' 118 B1 .t............:... ......:,.}J ............. ......I.1t each Times, has been in the city during the FI daEut CATHOLIC. *. a:20 .Da., arriveIUamb: U.Retarolng .
.::. "; :.......!. .......tUG and law each past week. Coast Telephone Co. was Sundays-Early mass at 6 a. m.; late pun; ,ie 7..JiamIJe.a.m.'t: V ='.
+ B !oa'Paraaole from.r$3.W)to $8.00 each held-at Boynton in the parlors of the mass and sermon at 10; Sunday-school Jacksonville 8 pjn., arrive New:York, :,
. ...,... . .. An itinere nt bicycle rider interested which all p. m.; rosary and benediction of second, '< ?
....:::... . .').J.. ..u6Oc each Hotel Boynton Saturday,last,at morning.0:2ffajn.; '
_._ ,_ ;l t.:;:. ."..!;... ......... .... .... .......160 etch large crowds with fancy and trick business of Importance to the company; the blessed sacrament a*7:80 p. m. Fort further Information, apply?to : ,
71'MMkV49tntw MnC4M.; .............:-u...... ...........$2.00 each riding upon the ,streets Tuesday and transacted w..'fold W k- -Holy mass at 7:80 every anyagentof above joompaolef; or '
SSWWWHLWiwJ:; .-....'....:....,.....*..........-;..$fi.60eachj1 wu more stock morning.; s Angelus bell rings at '6 B..W.Hunt,Florida. Pa&sengtrAgent, :
'-- ..,......-...,.....t" _,..86 and Oa eaca Wednesday.H. and general! t :routine business gone a. 01:, 12 m. and 6 p.,m. every day. NFlao.m..Weat; Bay. .'street.,;'Jacksonville..
M..\....!.l.f....,.....t.......:..8 each Market of Indianapolis. Ind., is through with. Work is progressing nucoP : ,' - < ; z t.rPor
111 .. .............: .... .r............'!.1 each In the dry interested in \ rapidly, and the line will re Miami ,Trinity church.Ave; B and 10th :it. ''1-:.
xi .... 't" <;. yafi:.,.....xt..f..v..... ........$L48sach with the F. E. O.matters Power connected and- :by the 26th Inst.'. Services every Sunday at 11 and 7, and :Sale :; "- I*
I 160 pine land.If acreS,ader : ; ",
every Wedoeidayeveningat 7. In ad- acres ..
irrigation Co. The hotels are all crowded and bar dition a service every.,,Friday during cultivation, ..abouttwo mUea from MR '
NWkfihoes( The early train Tuesday morning much larger crowds than on any pre. Lent at 4 t>.m Sunday-school 10 ajn. ami<.oa'the' Hlamt iirer. This plaoa ':.
> contains( a1 lirgenumber'of'tropical: ,. ;
) brought snow on top of the cars as far vices year at this season. The Royal UNION COKOttlOATIOXAL.Cocoannt and other ftult:tre I 40 acres of ,itaej : ,,
} ' south as Palm Beach, which was the Palm has fully 25 per cent more than Grove, Ker. James Bolton; glade jaodr pine: hunt&'-'Cocos'Pfom.will '
t4 ? :...,.- first.snow ever seen at that place. last year. The Biscayne is full, as are pastor. Public services every Sunday divide! .80 acres 06. Key .Largo, c 1. snr-z
200paiia.Ouii': lMMM ,................. .!!..,&;..! ...49e per pairITrpairaOWlboMat also the Miami and Conolly and the at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.fancy. very fine. Also other. valuable properT +
..,.............-.......,..........79o per pair L. W.Wolf returned Sunday from .oles.' Inquire' of' W.J''Szou, .
crowds will
187 ptiri I.adiM'FiM: Oxford.at..........,.;............S2.19 per pair Nassau,where be had been making be much larger next week. & Suckers fox '' 6.15-tt-1Cl. Cocoannt. Grove. Fla. f
Lfkl'n LadiM''Ftos'Buota *t.... .....*:.,*:.-.i.::,..L14 per pair ar- The hotels at Nassau are crowded to Pineapple Slips '
Y 1to1o""Shd i .:::.:;.:'... ............'"..........$1.48 pr pair rangement for opening up a: news, their utmost and are not seeking Sale. Jjegal Blanks w :
....... ... ... .. .- .. .. : stationery, cigar'and tobacco Abbakas, Egyptian Queen Golden ,
x.cu.'IIOIII& ie. .,. .: : ..*.-....8 pain for 25o store. further: guests. until the present crowd 'MrraoroLia tau for salt' i "_
Mea'sBox ..rs....;...r r................ ...................paIriFor. for 2i Queen Porto Rico, Smooth,Cayenneand of blanks from a clear-101)i
Mrs. has moved ply legal ,printed
'. Eva Graham of Nashville, on. ? Bed Spanish;. Applyto. I
linen .
Tenn., sister of Mrs. W. M. MABDOCX&MATTHAICS type upon heavy .ledgerpaper. -
Fatherly, '
Haskell's '
fancy crown butter The stock consists of
creamery 'deed.timongar (
.... arrived,in the city Saturday evening for sale In Lemon City only a, pahn West Beach Palm I Pinery/acbt* .,'. -; ''quit. claims,. 'leases; goon f
i < last and will remain during the winter Charles;Jordan's. 6-13-tf u.lLt.mo" -- - tracts,bills of laltt.etc. They are superior b3 .
latest styles. and, best goods, 'visitiJUW and spring.'" ; in paper.to..the ordinary blanks' 4
The is schedule of time
a and are constructed especially for
I 'fte'mD.baI Lunch cad' :
Edwin Nelson:, this week received a at which'the'bus: and'>oat leayes'the Boarding. Miami property,as well u Ming of the f

Th U. S. money order dated ; MilitStation ry Royal; Palm.. '..'each',day. ,for the EOUgrounds'Bgs10 House. legal forms. required iff 'all transactions -, ; 1
J. I./Toroage has opened'up at tbepauenger ,
:s>>rpDi e Store _ No.10,"Havana1u1-r'mhQu'in: 1 payment o'clocktun; and IS 'depot a ant-claw lunch tf. i
.. for an,''order- of furniture to be p.'clbck.nooo; in "the' afternoon,at I house with his nice line of groceries, ; Solicitor .Wanted. Iy -
lent_ to Havana, jpJ? o'clock'I 'aloCk'aDd 4':j45. Returning branch bakery;soda fountain, oyster An energetic business solicitor want rs-
.. hot coffee sandwiches boiled
parlor ,
-- '1Osoi.in'i2E0 ,
:, at ; :2:80, ailOand ed on'commission.
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-t". Wanted two good dry oods sales eggs. Parties just arriving at night )". 'T..' .
oit mcewBuilding. p : JOXH H. WIUH & Co.
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6topIn. 'b
The ;
; : boat a no regular ;
/ man. Ideal Dry Goods Co; d-U-lt will do well to call; also before departing J '
> s Itf/!! time ,for returning,bat will leave for on train. Will be open late and fl-14-n* Insurance Agents, ., :. 'ql :
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.': ' :e t ESTES_ .. ., : The Royal Palm ,waiters.. .will give acite the grounds as follows.: At 100' lock early. Do not forget. that there' it a .' .....: ;; js :,.
I J -.:.' ..." walk and ball at the casino of the a. m., and;1:00, 8:00, 8:00 aDd Gm. place at the depot where you can get Wood for Sale. > ; ..
CL:s X1MANIES ." ; 'Proprietor. Hotel : neu" . ; SjJp. anything this line. :Prompt,attention Dry pine ::wood,18 inches long at t9- ::
: :Mjaml Thursday evening tare iiI .
-. ;' for the.'round trip given to all. I also. have 'pritate per string delivered. Address, or call 'i ...
_ .<, :': ''''' '--M: 1 : > : :n ; tbe.SSd instl Adm 1 lislon'2iicentsr." .. \ cents'. ,.by.*the. -'bni' and" 15 foil.... b1 lunch rooms for ladies. Respectfully; person at' .Ja1rmillln.:1i'ortJa; : XlamS..Sol4U' &'
served -- .
.< :t:: } seats fiO cental, boat. s-li-tf 'Joxar*TCMTAOS.' . ,' P.DIBteo2T: S w3, 4
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- W. tT. C,U.FzArxiu i. are 'more 'eb irful-' They have 'foundseveral : '

} l good friends who propose to MONEY TO LOAN .J
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The Miami Mefropolis.f see shipping them season through has and closed by in the May time there the ;

puau..o aT will be very few who will not be fully '
tae satisfied with their winter's work. . : BUT I ONLY SELL j.I .
Bay Biscayne PnblishiDg Compuy, .
We can not look upon the frost as
MIAMI. DAD COUNTY. FLoilDA. even a severe immediate calamity,
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The merit Southern Newspaper pnklUhed oath I while the future and lasting results "f it' :
- r mainland ol the United HUtet at the ,
most ttoathern railwa terminal.Cnxretf will prove of very great benefit to this ; FURNITURE.BKKKINO
section for ;
"Ty tn the Pos ofce at MI aAt.Florida reasons giten.TIME \ ,
: ...ecoQ4-1au matter. I .dI. . .4.f.
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'g Subscription Rate TO WORK. '

.: flee jcia..... .... ..... ..............$2.00
f nt'iittui. ... ........... ................. 100 In another column will be found a thSpeCial'C'i'A'
fame payinc In advance will receive a y.aiaaubsrripilon call for a citizens' meeting at the L come and see FREE: ;"
foi $IM, and six months' anbacrtWUm -
lor 75 earns. Thla. a liberal dlaeonnt school house next Monday evening,

to Induce strictly advaae paynant signed< by Mayor Reilly and the members "_...L\ BKKKINO A LOAN FROMUKCLE Bargains I am offering : ,v. ,c \ '

s.- Advertising Rates. of tbe common council. The object 8AM. ;
stunts OWE on THBU air offs of the meeting as set forth in the

>*C*m r", .*, co rtuches I inch-Inr.."...4100, w 1110'x. f no.100 300 .MO tOO.00*. |*10 S o 00 lID*. |TBAB.10 isoo 00 the matter call i*in to the take interest action in of relation Miami in to A full size Mattress: for $2. A large Arm Rocker, only $2; 'r't

:. S ncbes tOO. 00 Seo 1500 2S 00
4 inches.. '1 00 I CIO 10 GO 18 00 SOW6li connection with the removal of Jbe
(led) 400 SBO noo 11 oo ssoo A Comfortable Chair 1
1 .f,; inches.. 4 BO S99 14 00 MOO 4900 county seat from Juno to some other good for\50c.- _ 11
T nebes.. soo t oo u ou ti 00 48 co place in, the county. The ten yean \ ,
inches. seo ion 100 woo MOO J f
10'aches am col.) 100 700 11 UOO 00 II lOGO 00 MOO 900 .1810 SOOO which must necessarily expire before .. One new settler says I am selling as cheap as they could buy iniNew York State. '
;, 11 '.oeMa.., SOO 1)80 MOO MOO 7Jinches. ) the county seat can be removed from'Juno ". '
12 ... SM UOO 260u 4200 7SOOIfUcbes next Sunday day after : '
: expire Come .
.,. SOO 11 00 tSOO 4609 S4 10 and'See my ; .l
., d 14 laches . W 17 00 SOOO 4800 10 00 to-morrowa The Mirraoroua last : a .
1$ .uebe... 10 00 ISOO WOO 6109 MOO
IS !nchea., 10 60 It W M 00 MOO 1M 00 week made full explanation: of the '
-r, 17 iBChe.. 11 00 '.::10 00 MOO S760 lOSOlisinebss to be taken to
.' ., 1100fl'00 as oo sooo mop C step necessary remOTe LAMPS RUGS 1 MATTI.NGSfC.1t. **" *
1. lochea.. woo noo 4000 a o; 115 ) the,vcoun.ty.seat, so tht ground It is ,
< 10 hi.ca eot1 It 110' aoo 4too MOO mso ii

:Localodiodationfrom e these ars par rates.rfc Una.. has not the necessary votes and to go can over secure again.the location Miami A carefully selected stock of FURNITURE such as you will need IS always in stock. Satisfaction is ?,. ,

:' liii PLOBmt of.th* county teat if she sees fit to put guaranteed. My Undertaking department is up to date, and .a full supply of woodand metallic, ,
(: lift.
: ; ; i1.)
;: .; forth: any ;xertion. It is not a plum is on hand. .. \ caaTlflt
which U going to fall into our laps m
< OOIlPAJU.Iri'DISTABCES. without the asking. Yet it is ours for EDWI'N'N'EbS .Nt )

",. From Prom tbe asking ,and in addition a little e r
I +e; Port Yrom Key' -, ,
To Tampa X1&m1 West work on oar part. MrrBorou -

s. i Miles _lilies' If"DM r can not urge too strongly that tbemaa TMCI A IV/II.. .

Kay WeatHavana. ........... tn .0' a.a .. .... meeting at the school house"next L I.Y\\
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lit 20p :
................. .' Monday evening be fully attended,and a *. : d. *
Ifatantii.Saatiaco M ltJ. 11' THE McTKorou does not considerit I tor of the! Tuttle estate, set to work to ,. 1J J. ,
Cnba..W, IS* say 937 that energetie effort. follow for the I ''''. n \
CapaHaytlra.OienroestM (via. ,.,::::n' *U-'< a70ail ecurinjfof t. the locatlo'oftbe county advisable to attempt withhold the lend words of cheer to the truckers ...'r r; jIf. ..* .zfoJitl: .Jt "' .-. .

? Windward FaasacclOicnraacos 1180 M41M MS seat at Miami. It is not necessary for fact that while the entire country and exerted an effort to get them to y.11 1
:y -(' (rla passed through the coldest period in working in harmony: He has not conned It
.. e5 ''US It
Cap nan Antonio) 477 a* to exhort upon the benefits which -
Ban'Juan............... 110 t3I M7fc history that the Bay country did not his efforts to words alone and to H.. M. KING <
-i wl derive a and section
Kaiaan(Bahaaa we a* city as a
.. is'ands)... ...;.... .._..... by the location of the seat here. escape some of the effects of the cold. the METROPOLIS stated that he would .
I county The fact that this section with lend aid to those who f t
"'. escaped needed it most L':
The benefits to be derived easily ,
THEvOOli )ilertakJI | : jf
flair ). dioernable. All that i* ,necessary tosecurs oily a comparatively slight damage to and trust to their honor to repay him. furnishing I $ = .
Monday night wasan aDJ0I11.0D' for vegetables and no damage to any of This he has already done In many intances. \ -.. :
the benefit is a little oqiied .i ,. m I t -
' thin Florida the citrus and fruits is Men x >. < U. ., i .
section of tender tropical who
the of called to him r .
people > t ;: ,.
work. Let as get at it Monday night. ..* : ,,> . 4 V -- .
the best evidence that this is the frost
tiunda j night had witnessed S degrees at Fort Dallas Wednesday gloomy and -':
* Funeral Directory =
: ," below zero at Tallahassee above.. .at A Tn proof section of Florida. The result discouraged went home full of the hope .... ,
CONTEOL : t. '-" "
its ', Jacksonville, 6 above at Gainesville, 0? THE PHILIPPINES.By will be an enhancing of the prices of cast over them like a mantle by his 1

with a snowstorm all along the northern Associated Press' dispatch in another real estate by increased demand by goodcheer and buoyant spirit and Metropolis. x Building. ; MIAMI.to i". wit : .i

portion yf the State;; VTbe weather colnmn'it will be seen that thenatiWat settlers from those sections of the promise of assistance.J. . *,t; ,* #;'1 ..

t'_" ,forecast"Ronday foretold. frost. all over : Jut settled tbr questionof State blch.are no longer habitable E. Ingraham, land commissioner .. ... : '<"l !: Tl'.t '-L. '', 'T;,

) i, the peninsula Th temperature did the future attitude of the United by the citrus family and where a veg- of the Florida East Coast Railway, was . ,
States toward the Philippine Islands. etable not be in the ., <# .- i _< !,I .t,_'1 ,Jlilo'" '
':-.not. rise above tf daring.: the entire.day, \ crop can grown called down from St. Augustine Thursday .1
/ ,Monday,here. At 8 ..o'clock Monday; TheVote.npon the McEnery resolution winter. This is not an optimisticalview morning by Mr. Flagler to devise ;. ,'.4' ... ;
riifht the'regifter 'was U. It reaches wu ;taken Tuesday and passed by a but is based upon the legitimate with him a plan of work to assist in reestablishing '

:' e :M and remained stationary several. majority of four. The resolution results of cause and effect. courage among the truckers The Winter Havel Nurseries .;; 1: ; /

r'tiout"r1but 1 saddenly. ;-dropped. .to J,80 passed pledges ,tbe United States to and giving them immediate assistance \

i\ !about ,< o'clock. Beyond that poin establish: upon the Islands a govern- to bring ont their crop from I Offer a lug stock ol wtll-fnnrn citrus Trees, coraprltlof. the base,, .TuUttet--r...Tk:,. *.t' k >
1 t there is question to:whatj.tempers ">nt suitable to the, conditions of the MONDAY N1GBTS CHILL their frosted condition. The result EABLT-SaUoma, Parson Brown, Boooe'i Earl *
)(llSE& Tangerine St. kiehaal
( Wsab. NavaL
! k '.tore 'was regfsterijl. ''.The self-regii pe ople of the l.landl'aDd'ultimatel1 to .. was that the traffic department of the: Baby,Amy, and Jaff Blood' yy h :

;1' '-taring thetmometerat the Boyal Palm make such disposition, of .the Islands railway will lend such aid to the truckers LATE-Tartif, Kinjr.? .. ': ...... 1 # ,, -" 4 +,
'abb wed 80.degree*., A:,lf-register on assj;be fair and Just to the United A Little Discouraging; at First, but of this section as they may need to Marsh 3*.dles and Klemm's BUver ChuUr Pomeloi. b'r.If "

:t. k the-prajrie' ,*,.west'of the city showed 8.Othern .! States and to the Filipinos ,without at Brighter Now.Comawadatl help them over the next few weeks.L. vn* Frans Lemon,.,,Tahiti. .I1me,Xnmgnats. x 4

'i state 4% they noted:-U degree anytime: the interval, making tbe C. Oliver states that his company, an budded low to tough"* 1 Florida*l emonwllch baspro uend ; X:

*:' Th MKioroijalrdisposed to Filipino.citizens of the United State Ifforte Being Made to Ineourag the Biscayne Lumber and Supply Company TREES. deny taro r1Cr e..rachetltoek.ia plftCllU'.IDc ... .,''' r t,'
v ;credit 28 degrees a*the most an then tic,* or taking Jjbbe' islands a*;an'integral the Tracker will furnish all the fertilizers For icalan thrtftln&and and molt poltae'rrles,J-.arlog the pbkeK Itar... '

: ;'Xhis. i is on*degreej below. tile'cold flip parr 1.0(our domain. The position heir patrons may need. Chase A par pric..Wdreu: RICHARD 'KlEMM"' it

.'\''-1G-, .tIf' 1896 1nhisaxrj4 moiith|! '%\ f \ { taken, items to be a:very'conservative The severe cold of the north reached Barney propose to do the same thing, sift-ar '" -WINTER_A'' ... HAVEN, :: ; FLA._ ... .". ) ,.oj
,, '1 t TbnTUV varying estimate a* to the one/wblcti placer:this goriromentlnpracticai1 a greater portion of Florida Sundayand as do others of the fertilizer dealers, s
; ? ; 1
., 'J-i 'damage done to tbe growing crop; tjb. attitude towards the Monday nights.. The report Deluding. A. Waddell and Warner SPBAQHG OF PEOPLE. j H'lRBBl: iGVt ,4

-1' '"le' ) pessimists see everything rained. rmplDOI that;Itis'in toward tbe which come to us'detail the destruc- ft Company. I .. .

;(0; t ,Tbe etremely baoyant see added worth Cuban*.:;;In :.both;:;:cases it rest with tion. of nearly everything north of the Instead of being ruined 'a* many : Princess Carlotta Itnrbide.' & .....

c". in:increased prices/and $bit fare that tbe;.United;Bute* to;say when It considers :27th degree on the' East Coast and the feared Tuesday it has been demonstrated ter oat Prince Iturbide of Mexico, pry ':" .' :

it t\, ,,,, jhe'';By>country 'b**pissed) ?through .the:-people of father of the Islands entire! length oftbe State on the West that the Bay country I* the only sides over a lemonade stand in'on*--of I ,, tI(U'P- ,-// t- J

4: ft:f another *4tve e'tes l land while she was capable establishing t and maintaining Coast. By the time the north-west portion of Florida that can go through the plazas in the city of Mexico .,

.';"'J<; -. "scorched, some'evcaped; with, only' a a stable- government' In the wind,had reached the Bay country.the one of the moat? ,severe cold'spell the A Bnsaian paper says that th%poem n to'-lU, Jl :
<'. % small'per cent, of damage while'all the case of Cuba thi condition may event- 8 degree below zero at Tallahassee United States and Florida ha ever ex- of Edgar Poe are translated Into Russian -

/ ? :rest',of :.tb ;>3tt_ iirsabadly; Injured. oat' *at a'very early date and it may' be bad moderated to 28 to 81 at tbl POiDt. perienced with comparatively little country and than are more they appreciated are' in' the in United that : : ."Date 1. ; I' .
'4 11:was a molt anere tent and the Bay a nomber of years, and perhaps never. We have not reliable authority from permanent: damage by frost. ', Our States. i J7Ail if, C1i': 'i"... 'fo-,:
'-' '' .Hw -to 4Opeof
l v t ,country"came- 'oat wlUjcblors bat little The Filipinos--'are I less',tractive than many sections. At Jacksonville the warm sun and, ,consequent 'warm soil, Count Shigenobn Okuma,' Japan'snew :-' } ,;Jf.. ,,- '.' ,

:a $? 'wavering.' 'The(pessimists *look'
V, I' much; vpoo the dark aide.I The traoy readily brought to learn the meanIng nght) with a heavj fall, of sleet followed produce results, will by the time party man: His IOn and heir spent make*'the barber* hop, and,{nothings. it
*roan at ina..
more ease ,
C ant, 'ones'are. to be.o n Ja minted for "of> the term',.liberty or) to,41 tin- by two inches of snow. At the demand for vegetable ;becomes seven years In this'country, fradnat-" barber's'chair.,thaa: to
;c ''f tbeir,'pluckV,,3ot*. ;there is .a middle tingh 'the,difference::between 1 liberty r Titnsville Sunday night showed 22 degree -: Urge throughout 'the north next lag from Princeton in 1878., everything i fa neat and cleant tbat , ,
:; H" 'ground ,betweeu'absolut. destruction and'1lcense. :Thatahej will never-be *audjionday night 20. ,AtOaines- month. and April, enable the Bay The commission of John.Hay;to be the'work i*first class and the workman *

S .r 4 ,and ,,a>great:benefit.1'Ten days from able to acquire a sufficiently.high<< order Tills degrees was reached. Upon theKeys country tobe, in a position to' place secretary of state credits him to the competent.>> : We run our shop .... son
first-el busiriess
District the ***,. !'
of Columbia. This is Ant principle
; 'now the 'msjorityof: tomatoeswhich' of civilization to enable them.to maintain information that but the market without.
." 'i ; .the. comes little upon competition time that a citizen credited to the district eater to the public iir general,and'''' '"
.. ; p were. nipped about ttte top will a republic;r suitable to demands of damage to growing crops was met throught the entire country a magnificent has ever been appointed to a cabinet guarantee oar worav; d, '' uiaJ. '
: ', ,have pot one new brancbes 'and bloom i. the! Anglo Bsxon lie think :goes.with-:: with.' In \this,section the minimum crop of vegetables which will position. OP-TO-DiTS BARBER SHOP. r

J \ Tbe. '.same 'will'_, be';; the t ]l'case' suit?(title cot saying,'and therefore this government temperature'of ,28 to ,degrees was command prices that could never have Her. Dr. D.Stafford, of St. Peter's H-tI Lea ; I

';'.''$ .peppers: ,and eggplants,and cucumbers, Is, simply, pledged to. estibliahupon experienced for a very brief time after been realized without the frost. cbnreh.Dalt{more,has refused an offer ry *
'.\C/V: some other.vegetableplintedin: ( :the"islands a:&.II ennDeri,'salt- 8 o'clock Tuesday morning. Tuesday The permanent result will be very of $$40,000 for 40 week work'deUver-.: .IisaN' \ ( .1 1I

"' ..::1 "sm-JJrr. ;quantities*'A_few'patches of able't *the'wants" and conditions of the moderated under a cloudy sky,followed ,great. It baa shown to tbe citrus bag lecture on the "Passion Play"
'.,.,.. people of=said'islands.!': ,ThW. while it was being exhibited by cine ...." ,,
: th*most tender In exposed!place*ire may by frequent shower of rain Wednesday fruit growers that this is the only section v 9.r.
_" .ty probably:'destroyed./A") properff -! mean".* good;'deal;;and .I it may mean which condition resulted, very to be depended upon' for those matograph. .... .. I

i.:. ; 'tio I'of UM'trackers bad a r *erve bed' very little. 'a .If' .a: semlcivilizationIs ( ( much to the. benefit.of the vegetable fruits, and the demand for citrus fruit Thedeath of Stephen A. '" ..! ,, ,
;'J' ;of young !plants to meet')al' snch an tb&D'proved to be' better salted to ,them crops which bad' been nipped,Tuesday, lands within tbe next 12 months will congressman district from recalls :the the fact NineteenthOhio that ,In7ft ",::tar,: ;' .

,::r 1iJ-T ',win) ready filled, .'Other*r will and ,this :most''determined: after a The writer made a trip to Sam Filer' have learned a lesson in not trying to I representatives, among whom were enGEN L 18 ; ''

: 5j'i! ,nt :Dew seed and depend .upon asApril i through acquaintance,with them, then grove two miles up the Bay Thursday, rush their: plantain order'to get into James\A. Garfield, and the famous 1B: ..

) 'J ,j l' and.May'crop.While:this so.T -i thi* government' '- $.may 'find'reason ,to and 'l investigation showed that the the market too early before there is a abolitionist. Joshua X. Oiddings.' (1''..:.LEXINGTON-'rr Of fiiiiu ill KY.r fnnMicu ..;....1.:0... .
er>. *' r. t.loD-n&n'OwIJ.Heape4. -. . ..av. I,Very, ,, severefstructionswe !, unload''at;a ,Y61. early' stage... in the most tender. tropical fruit trees, limes 'market for fresh vegetables and when ELECTRICITY AT WORK. Cptl"'AL" C8U.0E,OF -.rtJ

r! i t* >+: can not agree with the; future' . .-. lemons grapefruit anei orange'tree the I danger of freezing 'in transit .1 &wa 4sd Bteiai W.......-Bnl4se , i', ,

'. 1',::: .;,o')1aDtODelthd- the frost will he the f I were in most, i instances undamaged, north exists. They will have learned There are 165 miles of electric street =--,,-=..u'"P"17.,.. ,,j ,
.: /' base of added receipt*to this. section. 1'> that he even in the most exposed situations to have plant bed ready for an emery railway in Louisville Ky. I tloa hab&da Ia1 BaeN to S.
J" bere'wilF ; will'.call a special session of Congress The blossoms > >d,1'yrrWrlfaa4tltlgraply' ,1 ;
.be large chi pal ents made upon the lime and lemon gency. In a short time practically all the ---- A
: -r:* :aud..pHera wilt,,'rul. higsr'than they immediately alter.;adjournment of the trees were absolutely uninjured. These It is a thorough. and striking demonstration surface railways in New York city will ., lwa f(araeaaw omn> e' a i ie

i i ,would ;have been ;without the. frost present session on March 4th If Jibe bill are the most., sensitive of,, the citrus of the fact that a section be operated on the underground trol- ,.wlr p sae r.ar..new.... y...as.. 'k s ,=

.,?'1: 'which.cut. everything in,the upper sear providing for the:reorganization of family. The blossoms upon the avocado where tropical trees of various kinds ley system. '- uALwnault Lwz, .. 6. fr

,,: ( tion. of:the State.;) Many will make a the army. is"' not' settled at,this session." pear and the mango were as freshasthey have grown indiginou for centuries i* Experiment made:*in Paris show L:garb lots LIaM1/a r--Mw": ..", t'eka11F'Cotataea ..a

?* f good thing because of the frost:otherswill _... were before the frost. the only section ,which can be depended that an electric wagon costs 47 percent ;

:0 f:- ,.be tloun.:p', ,l oltimate,result-: Tilts -.'* tow,be: no particular Tuesday the temperature of the upon not to be injured to any great less to run than a-,horse*wagon a-f-YNt, he $,. ; '
less : -will"b ..to, demonstrate .that the Bayoonmtry tr ob1ef the hUppIDea'J{ except the vegetable growers was at low: ebb. extent by frost. andxtt motor.per:ce.nt. then! a petroleum JcUot : ': ....?g.; -

''"*."c'-,' Is the only? section of TloridajL" inability of oar-ward* to make a stand Many had invested everything they We were a little demoralized for a An English company has placed be- HinAa1f' tnyouf, 'coal'* 'not-; t. ..

f. ,which acapecl..ltl AD11. moderate against the American forces:. It stems possessed in the growing crop. It had< day or two but are all right now. fore the Italian government 4 schemefor that rO'd.Iad gang to seeddjansp.

,J *damag*. (;A.I'eIIIII.JP of;real to be the policy"of the administration the appearance of being ruined, Wed I .. .. J building an electgip c railway over: oUs.T01ttDd. '':' , .'. xIRO

,. 0-.1; "7 estate,will'remain I *jtraTand;will 'b* to give a?oar anraly children a,. severe nesday the spill of our people, eve A. O. Hutcbeson ft Co. 279 WashIngton the Great St. Bernard. The line would NICAL. IPs. ,. .. .;

much sought! for the" ..coming rear,;, spanking for their,disobedience'before buoyant,was away up again'The"vegetable street, New York, say they- be,about 43 mile long and start froth.
|" ,Tbecltnaatre *, were.not injured at anylurtber'attemptI is made*to give plants, In many instances 'black think eggplant will, do better next Aosta. j...U.1011..aitila..draDfht the doator
y ,all.; ..The: .tender growth ,apoa the them lessons in practical'self-govern. ened, are full .of life and the. warm week They expect $2 per orange Maps and charts have been preparedfor may cash It for yon. '
Climes! and','lemons,the ,most'ensitive; : '" rains and sunshine.are doing .their no- box. .From MondayV 'and Tuesday a military telegraph telephone If It wasn't for Jv} *.hate* would-be. ai< .
tomatoes sold at !on and unknown : -
steamer 13 's
'" between Santiago, Guantanamo quantity.
.J.f of the'citrVfamlly together the mat"ia4u blestwork What looked
with I like ruina
; '
: : : per crate. All-rail express beans It.W Baracoa, Sagua de Tanuamo.and i: If 10'1-have i skeleton in your closet ,
.'t blossom J apon the.exposed.side, were .; : 'Chicago,* and;\_.M.Fngaxxi Lion Tuesday is.being looked upon .today : to 83 per crate. Our growers can Dot San Luis, all garrison point in the make no bone of it.
*'J" ,not damaged The tropical fruits also the most conservative make any mistake in shipping to this y% .
by :
ft CJa/'Cinclnnatl. ,;report a* Island of Cuba. Capt. Leigh a.'ba' ; 'If pneumatic tlre,lratbe c.'eno f _
x/y... :evcaped.. ,The man goes,avocado ; ' in disguise'l to quote' firm They, are every way reliable. 1t ' Y hrt
.. pears, vegetable ,from 3laml'fomlDgai! ;; charge of the work. t '-& ,Uelu it show*It's Jaardft : fl .i
.c \ sapodillas,- ::lc:. _.the tender trop Icil trees an as green and no demand. Only the most choicein th,Biscayne Comber and Supply Com. :; 'Was the ball that hit O. B.Steadman constructed a powerful fire enginge in : trary you prove;he isn't a woman, !;

: as.they were jut Sunday Thta result demand atCInOlnuatI.With, ,this pant; which. ,_has,.many thousands, of Newark,' Mich,'.,in :the civil war. It. which the powerto propel the vehicle Iff. girl doecn't appear ladylike Q n -
"oi tbe severest lest of cold eves known view'of'the situation the delay In'chi "- dollars out among the truckers In fer- caused horrible nicer' that notreatmeothelped and operate the pumps it.supplied by-a n bike it'* no fault of the wheel,

; ::r.t>t",Florida will(,demonstrate'to'orange ping'from 'this section of three or four tilizer\o be paid for';ont of the crop: for ,!O year .Then Bncklen' 30-horse power engine., For igniting t. If a man ha no trial and tribute. ;
: growers that the.&/section.'lti the weeks as -result :' If Mr Olirerls anything he fa Arnica Salve: eared him. ,Care ,cut, the charges lathe motor cjilnder: tand : tton*he I* unable to appreciate happl i* -
t a of the frost will .bean jconservativeand : ,
bruises, burn, boil,.Won, corn, kin also for giving a powerful light on the near. "
,;;.place for them after all. This remit *advantage to this section, opeaaing.Ke&fcrallv by no means= an' optimist: eruption Pest pile eon on earth. 25 seeee""of the operation small stor ':-
wi) t t-'. .w..:! n.-' .....ner. !stead cr a disa' tber''"i/i. we quote limoI cent a boL Cure guarsL'eed.. Sold by age batter] is carried which \l ') Tf :* min'r.o',lc f reed ht'r--rlbl i "
ready -\! D'.*.. *"*>4t tb ruck'a -. I .1. I- I I "iiMd'v Lee McBride, ador'nittra! rovraley Bro. 6-8-iu I I charged, suffice for eight hour rftj.'y: It would't'T, u:* him. mu. .!.l.
aujorUe "
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.A acn.u w V'CUAIS" "WoWe._. UIT..A -., '..1' ui+it toe nousing is com-
FARM GKO\ UAKDKIS tedious process, ana is not at au new TI\e POnOla Nurseries.
essary. Planting two peas in a hill Every man in Florida who owns an plete.

will insure a stand as grub worms are orange grove is interested in the Figure 1 illustrates the paper houseIn ijandsoll\e 1899 CataTo' a 't"WI.
fond of the nuts when they begin to matter of protection against cold. It place around a tree. Figure 2, -. >
.. ;
AXD AID SOIL TILLERS. and PfaatRruit ft., '
I\CLt to Plant flow 4o .
soften before routing. They require is true that lie tries to Console himself Shows the "house" partially opened : .

Men lore cultivation with a heel sweep or with the hope that we may never with the tree in it. kignre,3, shows Tells aU abets tllshrttaasesetMet..,.. ....3,. '"
Correspondence of Experienced \
and Zl teresting Extracts From buzzard wing,.and should be kept free again have a killing freeze, but this l the material. taken down and folded Trees for Florida "Planting ,1'

from glass. 1 cultivated mine the reflection furnishes consolation -I for
Our Agricultural Exchanges Concerning very poor up storing. This last item is an 4
past year with, two hoeings and three I when he has constantly before important one, as' the material required DesnrlMac over 401 varieties Of choice Fruits cad Tlmrim mil firtsf fofl luatiertJom for ;:
Our Farm Crops. I plMtlair and cuttlvKtloK same. 0..50 Handsome PboVocrapklc, IUadraUS 8M v.....
plowing him ghastly reminders of former for housing a large grove can Making n a veritable Album of Hontaera Praiw Md J'knrnJa D- '-.. Vssa1oer

The Spanish Peannt. The Spanish peanut does not sprout freezes in the form of dead or badly: be packed away during the summer, I Of will IM be Pruit sent free and upon'IOwers.OVER appHestton.. Scud for a copy. It will later***yo. M yw are a tore V r

at the end of the summer as\ and other times '
badly injured groves. when not in use, ia
c One of the most valuable crops that and ONE-HALF MILUON TREES IN STOCK. .
do the running varieties may Hence it is that the most thought. a very small space IIi the' packing
be raised the farm and ought
can on
be left in the ground until the entire ful of our orange growers are thor house. V
to largely supersede the corn crop, is ORNGES3ORANQES) {
is mature. Whenfhe vines beginto
convinced that of V
varieties of'' crop oughly some means As to the practicability of the plan )
peanuts. There are many they will usually be
turn yellow
the peanut, but
under two heads; one La a bunch p"t- with it have demonstrated that the
unless this yellow has been All the beat, Irled -
nut its close above thc heat that is gathered during the dayin .. MM PEACHES
bearing peas from drouth and hot sun. When theyare PEACHES f t & t .
small nut bearing the tree is held ;
root. They are a through many
; tap witha *
a fully ripe I run around them tje *'*
1 but one and two pea to the pol. narrow shovel (six inches will do), hours of cold, preserving? a temperature Plum, Pears, Persimmon, Figs, Mulberries":Grapei c .
Y and other fruits sad !flowers adapted'to Florida PlsaUaf Is Hftn/afVam
close to the vine and do within the V
They adhere covering eight and V.
and plow quite close,to the vines; then
not shatter off in harvesting .and in you can easily pull them up. Shake ten degrees higher than that outside. ._Aver_. _too Varieties of Choice Bield Grown Rosen

curing. They are much richer and There seems to be little doubt that
all dirt off them and turn them bot- '
but RBMBMBBR that WE PAY'THB PREIOAT.aad that webs doe*w tar tit* ... ,
sweeter-than the larger varieties, fom dp on.the row to dry and cure; whatever could be placed under this Two Years sad l a 110 that 'lrC were Pioneers ia selling higb grade N nery auk.low mess'. rOO

on account of their small size are not two days will be ample for this. If the protection could be saved from any :

much used for roasting, but if the peanut weather is very hot and dry one day Iron that might occur even in the ABERIC S.; '

venders would pot them on the will do. I now pile them fn cocks, five most extreme condition of Florida The Gritting Bros. Co. Proprs. Mecclecay: Florida.Freight .
market they would soon win the pub weather. .
six thrown together.
or, rows being

lie favor. For stock feed they are and let them thus air a few days; if During periods of excessive cold, c .... 4':' _ .=. .=.J'r.f" ;: .:. .
and x.
-, simply wonderful It is truly surprising there is no rain ten days will not hurt i ,2VFig. on the covering alone to protect the -1.: "
that farmers are so slow in Prepaid Trees. JJ-: .j
on tlie tlela; '
them. They can then be stacked or when it might be risky ,to depend up- j
taking hold of them. They stand the I
well kafflr. covered trees against a freeze a small oil 'Po slip-lnts fa she Oulf States. Send for New Catalogue tfvls* i trusts J' r
drouth nearly as 8B.cane or '
lamp placed at the bottom of the sad description 'AdaytW VerieUe* t, t.

and can always be relied upon toproduce' the water for all pea vine hay fails to "house," owing to the closeness of Oranges Pomelos, Kumquata.; Lemons, Peaohee s, Pear, tume, ; i

K ; a large crop. Mine the past shed,water and must be capped. Your the covering, 'would generate sufficient Kakl. Nuts. Creoes. Flgs, Mulberries, Ro.es...OrnamerrtaJ eto

,.y year made meat least seventy-five hay and all can now be fed Estimate Furnished ,
peavines, : heat to n
ton protect the trees against 16 Year Correa ohd.nc. i3ohdt d. No A llnts.
bushels per acre, and about two is *. .
all stock, and nowhere
and cane
to .
any 1. Mailed Free.
any degree f f cold lorIda will ever Catalogue ;
> of the finest hay I ever saw. They are beside it, only hogs fed on pea- experience. G L TABER. Prop.LU I?: lUST KTJR1MIM, cr... C{.Uar7rIa] .' bk.
no more trouble to gt'O'Wand rnltivatt will lard like protecting the tree and crops against < > g as
nuts yield a very sly er aapp yx Qffog x ,
than corn and just as easy to harvest :acorn mast, and hence it is well to the cold must be resorted to. The As compared with the first cost of - if t xs

and will make fuuy three times the feed hogs for three weeks before kill. part of the question yet undecided is, other'pl -sheds, cloth tents etc -

stock feed of any corn on the same ing on corn alone, but if one-half of what plan of protection that shall of- the cellular board offers many Inv V < i

grotmd and season. These bunch your hog ration be of peas or peanuts fer the best protection at the lowest dducemeuts. Mr. Watt, why has hisheadquarters HILL & COMPANY :T_ .

peanuts have come to be known as tb- your stock will fatten much faster cost, shall be adopted.Mr. during the winter at '. ,

"Spanish peanut," and are by all odds than on corn alone. Your peanuts William Watt, manager of the Daytona, Fla. says it will be possible i r V t
my favorite. and vines fed to cows and horses is a Thompson & Norris Co. of Boston,' to lay down the material Flor- t .

The other peanuts four or five cars complete ration of grain and hay un Mass with main office and works at ida at an expense not to exceed 1 Owing to the tease expiring and CQJftemptftttng e chance ta tne testasee, I -t -
.c will .*ll aU the remainingtook o< Hill Go's roods .u' e great redeuOssw' ; ;;
Sties, are the running peanut, such err .aqua led by anything I have ever seen! 2-34 l>IVfnce St., Brooklyn, N. Y., ha* I cent a square foot. At this rate the li.irdware of aD kind. boors, Sash. and-Blinds. Spruce Lad.... Paints" 11aekta.. r"'. "' t

have been grown for years in all !lu ,is devised that offers the two important cost of covering a tree of the size oils r-Unet Jr. Cuhivaiw. CU- Hearers FWhlor ruckle, M Prices lee* has thex V '
a plan
-tried. One acre 9f Spanish peanuts i coaL Artist Material at. bait price. Agent for,the gorrsme Brick.. 0peeafcsto ... 3
Southern States under the genera! 'worth fully as much as four acres of essentials-effectiveness and Indicated in the cuts would be about car toed tots. a r, a

name of "goobers" "peanuts" and corn for any kind of stock feed.Don't cheapness. It is generally admitted $2.00. This might seem at .first to be

"ground peas." These do well only In fool yourself with the idea of that the only form of protection that excessive, but this will be greatly reduced W. ,J. HILL. .

light sandy soil. The vines spread selling peanuts for a big price. Thereis will count for anything against a severe when it is considered that the

over considerable space,,from the under only a limited demand for them freeze is a covering of some kind sa.me material may be used year after : y
surface of which throw down PRICE :LIST OF FERTILIZINGrS IIiIATJ.Rllt .
r they and much sale and the public and the ,, .,
+ not for the trees. year, actual cost per annum -' ." -,-- ..:.-
into the soil little roots that swell out has yet to be educated up to the I idea< 'Mr. Watt's plan is to cover the trees would thus be comparatively small. ",

into.peanuts and bury themselves into of the value of these new crops. with what might be termed a paper I Since M. Watt his a rule the farmer trucker and fruit grower baa to pay two commission" I
the ground. They are much larger explained planof A commission on everythouc be buys and a commission on evenrJuut be
J, Peanuts are fine food for your children house. The material from which protection to of sell What we desire to do Is to save him the commission on all toe fee* t. '
.than the Spanish variety; have often aswell as for pigs, and when orange growers Hs tUizer he uses by selling direct and'thus avoiding; the expense of e tray ?
the rarely less thar these protectors are made is a specially Florida, and exhibited the samples ellng salesman and the vommldstan of:an.ageau It yon art' ,inter sated la
three to
pees pod, brown make a good substitute orders for it U only by handling "
parched quite ; and Is saving'these commissions give us your '
t two; are fine for all kinds of stock not prepared paper paper of the material, they have evinced a largo Quantities of goods than small margins ,can .be maintained. We its
for coffee. peanuts are well known to be one of the best nonconductors great interest-In fact the better experience were the first to take the Initiative s.epe to reduce the 'cost of fertilizer. te the
and the hay is also fine for stock feed j 'shelled for planting it is.well to soak growers and therefursjhou.d your rtipporu s i f > ;1..
but they do not stand our drouths : of heat and cold. The corrugated of past years has proven to If you wish a special formula mixed we will do-it.for you' chargtaf,tae t 'emJD water -so, as to soften the paper which is used as a them the necessity of some of actual cost of material used and 11.. per .ton- jprJnltlngy The- following- _? are *
well; are more difficult to cultivate, plan for the next 13 days: -
shells, or they may come up badly.D. packing material for bottles and our prices Ammonia 24 to 26 per cent samonia..N..y ... ....;.........."<2Jtt -
and shatter off badlyin gathering but R. in Texas Farm JournaL protection against cold. This interesthas Sulphate Dried Blood. 16 to 18 per cent. ammonia....> ...... .... .*.,. ...................... ttul
it planted in a lot with hog proof Hillyer glassware is the base of the form shown itself, In the form of'a n. High Grade Blood and Bone'10 to U per cent.- ammonia.........'................. mac
Blood and Bone 1% to S per cent. ammonia 15 toO per cent phosphoric acid LM
a fence you can turn in your hogs and of that is used and, in fact it closely erous orders for the material from bone fine ground. 3 to 4 per cent ammooixaad i 28 per cent .phosphoric sod...... r... Z5.QS 1:1
State, of Obio. City Toledo; resembles that excepting that Bright Cotton Seed heal 7 to per cent'ammonia-..... ... ....... Nr.........i..Vl&JDark *
they will gather every one of them. :Lucas bounty, IS.Fra paper Cotton Seed Meal Hfe to 7 per cent ammonia. .......' ... ...........?.., JMt ,
I shall write only) about the Spanishpeanut the comigaftlon! are faced on both Potash at urine. M) to S3 per cent muriate of potash..-Iglu Bo.percent actual... ..... 42.W
makes oath that ,
; Cheney Potash Kalnlt. 24 to 2t per cent sulphate potash to 13 per cent actual.......1LM
2.7 and while SN, y do best on he is the senior partner oi the firm of sides with a heavy pasteboard making Hardwood Ashes put up in new barrels...*... .....;.-. :......:'........'.....?.';... 1U9 _

sandy soil they will make good';:"cr9pa F.,J; Cheney & Co.,'doing business In a sheet' slightly more than onequarter Kentucky Dissolved Tobacco-Stems.Bone'b..aelt. lIiJO.1&..... .;.per- ceau.;:.available. ... *-...phosphoric?. i .i. .ardr ..'1 y'... .'.:.:V:t112.tq 80.00 } ;
on kind of-'land that"will grow of an\I'nch thick. This facing, Tobacco Dust. This dust'Is ci.b7'sample.and ;s'gsOaranteedland to be. untescMd. .
any the City of Toledo. County and State I to contain all Its fertilizing- insecticide properties...;. .............. BUS
corn. Peanuts an'peaa will make aforesaid and that eaid firm will pay if such it may be called, ia water Ground Tobacco Stems.;....*.......-...........*",... .'.. <... .........;.................. 1X3$ V .
soil that is too. togrow ; It has the further merit 'of..being Tobacco Stems..... .. ............ ............ ........ .. .;. .............. ..... ..:,....-Jl.stt !
fair crop on poor the sum of One Hundred Dollars for proof. Land Plaster. : :: *... .: :.... .:. ;.: .N.-: .. .. .;;l.. :- .. ..:ft l .,
corn, yet they respond finely to of Catarrb that itough and able to withstand Salt, either courseor'flne In 2W"pound sacks 85 cents, or by the ton?......*,....' UO .
I end
each every: ,cue ff put In any sisft'tteckaxes: ; VA cents per pound, er bythe toa..... ftUO .
richer 'soils And manuring, hence If cannot be cured by the use of Ball's rough and frequent ualn'g. Another Copperas Nitrate of Soda up, 17 , your land Is poor manuring will pay merit is that! of llgiftness and the Potasbv High Grade 90 to K p.arce t. sulphate.potash. to sj per eeat acroal. ;,q4q ;
Catarrb Cure. Potash Low Grade. 48 to 53 per cent-sulpDhate pota h..a4 tt j8 per eattracrni:.,:;;a&.e -
for any kind of crop. FRANK Jr CHENEY.. form in which it is put up makes Acid Phoophate.. 14 to 13 per cent available phosphoric acid....................... 1019* t
and Blood and Bone. Bone. Acid' Phospfcate Dissolved Bone.. Sulphate Ammo- .
Peanuti are tender to frosts 1 Sworn to before me and subscribed compact packing for transportation nla. and Kalnlt are put up Jn 2CO pound sacks. Cotton Seed Meal,-and hand Fiaster. -' ,
hence should cot>> be planted until all j ,TM 100 pound sacks. Potash, all kinds except KalnH. 224 pounds. Nlteat Soda loIn
in my ;:presence, ftds: 6th day of December r uneven sacks from 200 to 600 pounds. Hard Wood>tAshe. barrels of 2S9 .POQDIIa.f
danger of frost is.:past, abont, as.yoa; A. D. 1888. & Tobacco Dust m 100 and 12S pound hap and case*;of ISO to> 4aO jwuads : .
would cotton. 'The land should be .
A. W. QLEASON & CO. -'".
broken and harrowed'until it is in fine _
:<;(Sell) ;YotaryPubJe.!

tilth; lay off your furrows about three Hall's CatariilVCnre is i taken Inter- _, ACKSONVICVANQERt H+r fFh t. ,'. .
t not' than three and a half t.
feet more i ootty::and acts dtrecttr'oa the blood .. ... .... _._...... .,-e .'
plant i -
feet apart your pees' and mucous surfaces of the _. ,.lem. ;.-. : .
eighteen inches in the drill end coylightly "' You find ta.man who te tntereeted te" .
Send for testimonial, free. the welfare of Florida and pee,wW find.
er not over two inches deep. F. J. CHENEY & CO- Toledo:O, ; the' one who-bID'DO mall yiaa'i.talI7''?

t Many shell the peas, but :it is a slow.CopperColored. Sold'by Druggists 75c I alive.dtT to Hbe-of m-t.r of.. .,.&w... ...aowttope' ... ?' Uif.--Ithe.

Hair*..Family; Pilla"are the best.MILITARY CURErj

,, I J ,
r . ANv:1u.J _
CONVENTION CLOSED.The Fig. a. With Soothing; Balmy Oils. .V
I National Congress Ulcer I It'will not occur to him that be Is not so ''
Milit-ry Tumor. Pile Fistula ,
Catarrh '
many of the largest and most prO- Interested although his borne-his "' -
family. _
E<"Z\'m.. and all Skin! sad Womb'Disease ..
closed its labors !D. Tampa Fridaymorningr in the State. and kindred may, be la '
\ Splotches. gressive orange growers Write for Illustrated Book &!oUree. Address .; tV

and Adjourned jto ;meet. In :E .!tS ..IIi": 4V

t fa.:.1 .. .. OontagioniBlood 1 NfwrYorJcJola tave-calf: if\Ithe; presi- Kansas City, Mo.IDi't V TAMPA : .
Tfeftre U only one core for \
dent. General Daniel Butter-field.: ,
Poison-the disease which baa pleasant,, and Instructive not only a winter resort' of great Dr'OIDI-' "
ompletely baffled,the doctors.1 They Qne ol-jthe,1;most e hence but one of tbtf busiest. and mast J .
features of the dosing exercises GOStB WIIINt k Atla arts progressive in the ,entire Suutb. '""
TC totally.unable. to cure it,and direct r Bpi Coach SwopTastes Good.'VIn r V 0 ..
the drill = '
the convention was Oy
their effort toward bottling the poison of time. Soil by dr.rrha..' .4 <

. 1 f !in'the Wood and f concealing it from of the cadets and their physical exercises QQ TO iIota.Y ... : A'NO. :; '?
Casino and he lecture by "v ....
the $
at ; j
ti W.. B. B. B. euiei the disease podtttrelj Fig r. ? Gt9) cZJr like Its elder sister..the>seutheresaof dry .
end permanently'by forcing oui th '.}lon., J. L. Hughe .There was This material t,r; eauQ our fraternal union, \.he'1lDiqtM. and -.
or storing possible. 0 beautiful city of
of the taint. \ standing room only, and the audiencewas 4o , t
(rrtrrteaoe indicated -
for the
: wstattlstoe with a;terrible blood disease, .enthusiastic inJ enraptured bythe as prepared purpose Artistic voRe a [(.ato ;ob ; :'REY'.. 'WESt : . .
,lk_ wsa'Sa tau first,' but afterwards entertainment of the evening. Mr.: has been named cellular board, iaro4..rrucmo er3 N s q s
> - all r bodr.I f "s113 V .
fnrosd ov my :
'rbe eesvunhrokee.tis 'J.'L. Hughes gave delightful and in- and this name U peculiarly appropriate MONUMENTS urwtNr.ar.n wawa a. f.a fa ; J 'T rye ,} }' .
i tona. and It Is easy u as from one edge to another u close to the warn waters of 'M: famous V.1 V
< -L imagine the suffering Iendar.d structive address by request on thevalaeof S s1t Z'fi Gulf. and each thvreby-connected; "P
J "' e f o r ej.. to' of each sheet, no matter, how, f. .came COB vlaoed that tbf : the kindergarten. higher the.wotld.by..ih.. beat .,. ? .?
.. cells formed
, -" doe&ol'looald40IlOKO d. educations *' this maybe, run the by EXECUTED IX-------. .
I had spent huadreJ the corrugations of the inner board
dollars,which wss really TIm LATEST DESIOHS OF .. 'RAILWAY
I throtm away. 1 the* H C. Wlmberly: a prominent.mer- or paper !

1.'l' tried.e dlelnrs' ,*.r,lots but they d paten did chani,;met' -with: quite an accident at This material} is made four feet in Mar ble ( t Grow Tres? t lite In.the country-and we .leave you to' guess
I' not e&M. & recently.. Some, had agWthtft width, and in desired length, to Its
When had fialsbed ml High boys any 'And to clean tip*tnck will sell at very;low name only sltnndows you can as.more .
; tint battle of 8,8 L work; and meet the of the tree to'be - : trust its part than by y'
was they'could ; '' requirements arid''S ai1ite. prices for DeJ days other'y. '.if you l nnvf find Its aim* '
-"' . ., and wupdelighted with spoke to J..Yr. Wlmberry in reference circulated and covered otherwise Onnge Peaches P-ar>s Plums, -, ,her look ,on 'your.railway tickets if* V VV
fee result. The large red splotches en iyeheo PerslmmottS,Bu es.>ut Tn es, Etc-Etc V
began to grew pster and Smaller. s v to It.' tIe asked If if was loaded. The bound in.. At convenient distance;; fend list of whatyon want{urpritesPbtocksit j' r

Won Ia7 loft long w disappeared bs.beeaate stronger entirely,andrepY.?& xeply TOM'yes.::" 'He advised them to joints are..made so> that the; entire; Ii"Ol'Peoll'a' -, .' arse-c tarSummit Blontle.II. Fla_ TH: BESI ROOTE'Forparticular : :

,"U.-\17 improved.was soda eittrelywell shoot the load*but. They could not length of the sheet may be folded on For cemetery and lawn enclosure; Nurseries, V, : . .

)&,aid U ny akinWel.arseaa&pleaod.Kewar gUss..-.J.'Don't do so;and"handed''the'gun to him for l itself: for qanying'or storing. By a -. -So 4- *, 'lebe1111 ra CSR" -- .,: :

destroy all possible chance ef a 1het'p'tti'pose.; *Mrrimberl 'Ared the device for: Which,, a .patent has been : \' .. t-V t'e write"to*O.Ja.eUoD.w..J'D. Ackerly.Educateifor..0cIeI'a1... .......',risgater =i. -

tore by taking the doctor's treatment gun when it blew,put at'the tube, fill applied for. in the form of a ..cUp.fheae' All work maranteed Prices reasonable.' .An. UMl i 11 Commission. MercWn- :Agent, If'
f and potash: These minerals Correspond with ;it ;s :: ; y
mercury Southern Vegetables l'utatoeSAppeL ,
sheets be a't tie
inghis : joined 1
plowder.tnarksand L-
face MUle:',tbs hair to Jail outland will GEO. R. NICHOLS A co.; Peacbrs. Tomatoes. Cabbage.. Poultry and .
wreck the entire sjstem- 'fb .. Injuring: :1aJa';eyes. Mrr...Wi- nberI1'. edges .to 'make a continuous, wall of I 60S Harrison gtnet"TAM'A. . Etta. Send for circular. U S. Diamond eL. = l a Situatioa i r -

gsve-iktense i Tatrt -. almost' }height, and, again joined p
,eyts .pain, no permanent any .. ,"LORIDAWI" Allegheny I We edoeUe sad uses seeme a.
tea:-Ex. on itself to nuke a tight housing.. fur .
SSSTorBld J1 njurj"ls' tldp ; .good p rallroiHt" lOU.lldSdftr
: -- .,- - : I, H.Why Fitting .over ,'tine sheet:: thus joined Bkertka mm a V

e 'rnB.i'nGft Jl,'and 'Is fiie only will/yon: :let:your;! Pigs, ,andCblekeni another if set, like the' successivejoiate' '. liludEYrr.73gcx trH mPBOYED-1 I I L !JMasseVsnraxrcEsa .j

blood remedy guaranteed to contain no- J _dte"with.Ch iolera','-.onp, f-tc;' 5of iaiHordlnaryr'stove-pipe. lucsnz VICTOR IlICilJafoi coi.T.Ttcft ,_ '
potash or other mineral ... ... ....... akte.r.uw..M.M.r.elLeel.i.t4.i . fOLtI UI! G.&. ...: :.
,mercury, 'tos lieti LUorgaaKlssimmee has a. medicine When>the paper building has reached tW- TM r.ka VV :
Books'on'the disease:and Its treat I -:::.... .= c.a.;: r.. I .'= end at Onel' for Cahtogae 11.. -
ment mailed free by Specific which wills, surely sarwthem.' -. the desired neighf from the ground i -..-. .......... 4w...... .. ...ardtwWgMa KRTZL...aODJOY.,, PM&&11.. :.. V -- :. rR
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&UJ;Ltl4nta1 tleorgta:. Price by;tnsil S3 ct:.'%' pouodl. a cover of the lame material i Is placed LLlullllaltsrTa tY J' ,N .N. ..: 737 .; ,
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If it fails to cureAND o'.to':your merchant_ _. Ii


itt4i We" _-' will refund to Iri1.! Price GO'ds. "


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Bank of 'it ':. :
Bay Biscayne
The Senate Declares the Position of

tho United States ,

J. S.

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It I. Not Proposed to Mate Citizen of the
Conducts a General Bankir.g -
M. BROWN People or PemumtlT Control the Itlmd
k huh t Business. Issues Drafts on All
R. R. MoCORMICK. ",,",'' Parts of the World. Account: By Associated Press. :

; VIOrPa.a. Solicited and Every Favor Cor lV'a.-hingtiat,1''eh. 14.:-The unami- Si Co.

CHARLES H. QARTHSIDE.CUHHK.. sistent With Conservative Ban mUll roiiHriit agreement reached by .

? / ing Extended. the Senate last Saturday to vote this -
flernoon on the resolution of Mr. Mc. ,

.., Enerj of Louisiana, declaring a policyof
C013.R.ESPOt DFST'I'13: this Government in the Philippines, Y .

I; Seaboard National Bank, New York. was not vacated. In accordance with p .
that agreement the vote was taken on
t Nat'l Bank Jacksonville.FOREIGN .
r x Jacksonville, the resolution at 2:30 to-day, and it

.' was adopted, 26 to 22. It was noticeable -

: Knauth Nachod and Kuhne CORRESPONDENT: New York. that several democrats who were Fruit :
voting.Mr.present. and not paired refrained from and Vegetable L ;

Elegant t iron Ytilt ud Birjltr-Proof(Safe With Triple Concussion Time Loch Bacon declared that the resolution -
was a vicious and unfortunate
.. Ml o.ht B of the lost 1 ImDMied late.K declaration. lie maintained that the
w -- j resolution meant nothing favorable to PACKERS and SHIPPERS.

i-, 'w MIAL1cz the Filipinos. It did not look to the

'J N : : : : future freedom and self-government of

the Filipinos. He regarded it as simplya DEALERS IN ,_ ,

Is rapidly forging to the front as declaration subjects that of this while country the Filipinoswere they .

.. .. could never become citizens of the Crates Lumber Wrapping Paper,

[::: : The leading: Git 1 tj::in: South''Florida! ::::::: : ::1 United McEnery Mr. Hoar States.resolution(Mass) was,because opposed, be to main-the , .";..If.".,.{

tained, it gave no hope of freedom or Fertilizers Chemicals and Seed Potatoes.

EVERYBODY IS GOING TO MIAMI! liberty or self-governmeut to the inhabitants ,

of the Philippines, and

n = Now is time to secure a CHOICE LOCATION, either for because it provided that they should
never have a part in their own government .
... Business or residence. Choice locations in the city for sale by or become a part of the United $50,000.00.
States. It was be held, an infamous .

tti&t -Fort Dallas! Lan Company declaration-a the never Louisiana be afraid declaration sugar of the planters competition simply should,that of OUR ORATES. : "Warnell," "Oxford," "Savannah. ,"-.Boxand Basket Works,\*-Pineapple. Crate.l .S1x84'IOc :,-

the Philippine Islands. To the Filipinos small lots # by C L. Standard -Basket Carriers 126 each in small lots. Less in larK-
the McEnery resolution wbuld bea Iota. t.
message of tyranny, of hate, of No-nc-Number,limited to 800,000 at these prices, present season. lOc next'year.' '

i h" Call on JOHN B. REILLY, Agent, oppression Hoar adverted and to of the slaughter.references Mr in I .. .. .o. ,

' :_'. Fort Dallas Land Company Miami speeches of Aguinaldo as an "unprin- OUR PAPER: From H. w. B f- Drew Co.,Jacksonville,sixes: 0x9,10:10;already cot and bnadled.sheetsT: : __K "r ,
cipled adventurer!I" and then entered. to size 9x9 to tbcf pound.n.sheets to size 10x10 to tbe pound. .
;, Or J. E. INGRAHAM Vice-Pres't,' upon a defense of the Filipino leader. Nor in *:-Amount limited to 400,000 pounds for the present season. Prices' Sc pound delivered "' i
small lots. Less in 1
large quantities.
1 He spoke of Aguinaldo's appeal to the > ;;'
w Fort Dallas Land Co. St. ,Fla. people of the United States as so re- "-
markable as capable of being drafted .'
Our Fertilizers Our '
by "not ten men on this planet." Chemicals From Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co..Jacksonville Fla. .
r MOULsmE.A.WADDELL "1 do not see," said Mr. Hoar, with and I Seed Potatoes : Prices same as factory with freight added. No profit, ''asked. : }
feeling "how any American heart oat ?
of atone could fail to recognize the 4 ix.
v Miami City od County force of that appeal.Mr. OUR LUMBER From Bullden' Supply Co., St. Augustine, Fla. Prices same as factory with freight added" "
ti '
No profit asked ,
Boar said he was perfectly satis- .
fled with bis entire course in the whole I -
m Real Estate Bureau question of the Philippines, believini OUR COMMISSION: HOUSES J .. } A-
conscientiously that he was right. "1 : : \ 1 r 'J.
Bay Lots Fruit am satisfied," be said, "to stand with \. .,
;, select lid of Biscayne property City; .
sad Tegstablsi tracts of all....tor investment the fathers who fpunded our liberty BALTIMORE Md.-R. S. Godwin A CINCINNATI, O.-H. 0. Beekley A; :MEMPHIS,Tenn.-Seessel A ,Ashner.. I : t
and framed our Constitutiob." Co., 18 E. Camden at. Co., 3181Y. Sixth st. 838 Front st. : *'
PHosphate and Orange Grove Lands on West Coast. Mr. Hale of Maine said be bad not PHILADELPHIA, Pa.-J. D. BendDelslgnore & Co., 116 :E Front It. MILWAUKEE, Wis.-E. R. Godfrey .r"
much hope that the Senate would take rickson 202. N. Front st. CLEVELAND, O.-Strange A Nokes: A Sons Co.,257 Broadway .. ,1.J
k ,i '; For oorrespondanc DcloM stamps. any course that would stop the desolating 86 Huron st. ,,* MINNEAPOLIS; Minn.-E. p. Stacy ,! '
AGENT FOR program now being carried out in NEW YORK-J. A G. Lippman, 184 COLUMBUS .-PIetsch A Sutton; A Sons, 200 Sixth st. '. .:;
the Philippines. Reade st.Stevens Fulton'Market. t NASHVILLE, Tenn.Walter W. '$'
ARMOUR.& CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS, llardJy bad the treaty been- ratified, & Simpson A Co., 282 DENVER, Col.-The Liebhardt CornPhillips, 178 N. Market st. *'
FsctOismv' Chicago, ilL / t Chicago, 111. however, before a foreign war was pre- Washington st. mission Co. OMAHA Neb..;..Branch Co:.-liiti ,
;: Avenue D over Bank MIAMI FLA. cipitated. "I am not disappointed," BOSTON Mass.Cbapin Bros., 97 S. DETROIT, MIch.-D. O. Wiley A Co., and oward st.PITTSBURG -?;
; k S S-17-tf-tfe-B said he. ."! am not inclined to say, 'I Market st. 20 Woodbridge st.INDIANAPOLISInd.Jno.. Pa.,-Dennis Bays 644 i\
told you so,' but I told Senators when .W. NeoGrant st
the treaty was ratified it would be BUFFALO,N.Y.-Potter A Williams, man A'Co., Delaware st. ST. LOUIS Mot:-F. W. Brockman ..
: impossible to take any steps to alleviate .144 Michigan st. KANSAS CITY, Mo.-D.E. Smeltzer Commission.,805 N 8d st. '
: :
y 'r.1 J.aB, the condition of the Filipinos. CHICAGO, III.-H. B. Briggs, 197 S. A Co.,620! Walnut st. ST. PAUL, Minh.-B. presslej. A Co., 4 ;
Congress will adjourn and the war will Water st. LOUISVILLE, Ky.-Thompson A Co., 102 E. Third st. ,.
.' go on, and there is not a man who will 210 Jefferson st. .:, x
Distilled Waterv Pro.mptly'Filled. not realize, in three months tbat it I Ia Is We are subscribers to Dun-and Bradstreet! for the entire U.3., and know tbe standing of every firm in business- k''
:& war of conquest and subjugation." NOTE-Every shipper should subscribe for the "Fruit Trade Journal," 68 Park Place, N.T.,see the standing and
Miami Ice Co., Forest; Lake. Mgr.t.r He said that Admiral Dewey'' and reliability of tbe houses he does business with. Subscription price $3.00 a7ear, poet paid.. Subscriptions received and :-
General Merritt bad said tbat in three forwarded by us. .
; months_ n'.t.5,000 troops would be'need, .
ed in the Philippines, yet, we now bad OUR CLERICAL FORCE AND REPRESENTATIVES.
1 20,000 men there, and '7,000 more, and "

i :; A HIGH GRADE. FERTILIZER the battleship" Oregon on' the way P. H. LOUD JR., Manager. J. ABB EVERETT GORDON WOODRUFF, "
"And declared Mr.
y yet, Hale, "we
."-;;. C. R. GRAHAM, Secretary.! GRAHAM W. KING, WM. NUTTING. ', _
6TJaT .I: :.A-. := are told we are traitors and held up I J. C. LOSEE Trav. Representative. J. W. IVES. M. L. JAMES, ;
x and blacklisted in the
newspapers because :J. S. WARNiR\; G. E. GATES, C. W. LAKE. -
ti'Q.UALITY we want to give those people a P. B. TURPIN, P. H. LOUD, ,
chance, at least, to show that they are R+
*, friendly and can set up a' government \ .
S: ".' The Ideal Brands Have These. of their own. Instead, we kill' them, OUR PACKING HOUSES :

. not by scores, not by hundreds, but by ..

a Then why pay $35,and $40 per ton when, you can get a killed thousands.by the More guns Filipinos of our have army been and ? tamf, Little River Biscayne, Fulford Ojus Fla. .

= '' p Strictly high grade, reliable.Fertilizer the following prices ? navy than were patriots killed in any NOTE; -Now being built, will be ready for business February 20-30th. We bare our own system of Branding, '

IDEAL FRUIT AA.})\L,,,.'fi..N.........................to;ER TON six It has battles become of the Kevolathnary war. Packing, etc., by the most competent help; tbe largest portion.of our packers being from among you. JOur .

IDEAL POTATO MANURE...........:...............9SO PER TON of a gigantic in event. Tb .
; IDEAL VEGETABLE 1UHURE............-.......$30 FER Tex slaughter us meeting ns people with bows no way and equal tp 90-day record in {business here $40,000 invested. .
IDEAL: PECTlUiER (torah' crops)...._............117 PERTOH- and, crawling into the jangles by arrows hun-, .

r ;:' "" IDEAL SPECIAL BLOOD MIXTURE HONE NO.AND 1....POTASH..N..N.Z../.... ................. PER PER TOil TOM dreds American, there mind to die. No, has stupefied has said the Not one dollar due and 'unpaid in the c unty. -

ai te Y ,. \ _CORHFWrnUZER..__.......;.........*...........120 nB TON our mission of commerce one and of that the
All F.ctili) >w Material at Ixnr tMaaktPrio* gospel was to be preceded by the handle and distribute a large crop so as to get tbe best results. Growers
z r Ask for oar boot,-WhJ W.lab the I4Ml F UzerL. slaughter of thousands of persons. O U R 0 BJ'E'CTTO tt>d in hating their business handled by competent men are invited

: Wilson' &Toomer Fertilizer Company,\ resolution."I am not'enamored It contains of little the McEnery that i Is to call at our office at Hotel Miami and receive full particulars. Z w

7 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. good and a great deal that is bad."
flC* Foot Brand Blond and BoDe, |17 per iii ton.Uteaurabad Mr. Mason attacked the policy pursued OUR PLEDGE- our bouses will make correct, and prompt returns, and tbat'if any single
? < bandied lost is in will
by us gets ,or overcharged freight or we
OaaAOtlb*Ideal Tobacco Fertilizer.$44 per ton. 10 the Philippines He said bow .
pay such loss out of our own pocket or such overcharge, if same exists,and any
ever, that be was an optimist and believed
S .- the of complaints against our houses or representatives. will be promptly 'investigated
the United
*** C. G. PHILIPS people States
.. AGENT and corrected. .
would declare for bumam liberty all
H2 'Ht-U., MIAMI. FLA. well in the Philippines as in this coun- '
.. f > try' What the Aboie Means to the Truckers oLDade : A saying of between ;tf" to W00"
,.** fff -, As Mr. Mason was concluding, the Conntj Crates and paper alone.
hour for the vote having arrived, Mr
ATTBRET Q. EUTCBE8ON' WILU8 A. HDTCHESON Hawley inquired if it was Mr. Mason'
_ consent.purpose to Insist upon his unanimous What We 'Hope To .Accom P lash-To sal)save crates you at t200OOO 10 cents In another freights season alone the present >w *? *_

: A. G HUTCHESON & CO. Mr. Mason replied that it was,AS be Ourselves' give a b@lplnJ.band to every worthy man struggling to make a home for
had done onlythat which was entirely ledge himself and family and push Dade County to the front. to tbe extent of our
JYd honorable and fair in the '
matter. ability. ; ,,
94: The vote was then taken on the MeEnery1 .
:: Importers and Commission Merchants, resolution, which follows: Armour Combined Ventilated and Refrigerator Car will be bandied by us this season. Service
'- \10Fruits "That by the ratification of the treaty CARSTbe and, at no extra cost to the shipper for ventilated service. Refrigerator service foe
of peace with SpalDl't' is'not Intended overripe Beans,etc., 15c,per' acilage.; Minimum $75.00 per car. ;
to incorporate of the

Vegetables. tbe Philippine United islands States, into nor is citizenship It'intendedto of What Do We Know of the Business ?

permanently annex said islands as -
.< an integral part of the territory of the Our Mr.P. H.Lend,Jr.,baa had 15 years'experience in growing,shipping and handling Fruits and Vegetables : ,'
F:, 279 Washington St, NEW YORK. United SUtes but it is the intentio and the gentlemen connected with us are experienced business! men with years of training. in same*
*lj yA Uu"-Lol of tbe United States to establish on business. Mr. Load''Was Sub-Commissioner of the American Phrenological Association for his State
j said islands government suitable to South Carolina. HiS been connected with the N. C. A St-L, .,L, t N.,C. of Ga.Rys, and was General
the wants and conditions of the inhabitants South Eastern Agent of tbe Armour Car Lines for three years, has handled-thousands of cars worth -
W*v- \ ECONOMY CODE UTTER-STATE COALs of said islands to prepare them millions of dollars Refers for his record to J. A. Sams D.F. A.VT.A A. R. R., Atlanta, Ga., W. J. Craig _
j?' i r for local self government and in due D. F. A.Atlantic Coast Line, Augusta, Ga., and W. A. Winburn,O. F. A.,C. of Ga., Savannah,Ga. .
M. FUGAZZI COsuss time to make such disposition># of said I I C .j,
s ,r -- ,- islands as will best promote the interests SERVICE-lOO miles private telepbone from the"Keys" to West Palm Beach. Service fret
L } of -the citizens of the United OUR. our friends having business with us. Our telegraph office open night and day .
; A rxcux TT or States, and the inhabitants of laid at Fl' fori, Fla., djrect' wires from twenfy-two of tbe largest markets in fbe V. '
Oranges Tell atoet Pineapples Beans Eggplants.. Etc. islands." .. Np.slipsh.o3, shipping goods entrusted i to us to markets already rfpplvjnr: { ".
j .. Tbe resolution was adopted-yeas; more than they can market tg advantage, bill ft thorough (novlegge' of enl)' i-.
::- L 26, nays. 22, several Democrats who package leaving the territory and where "it goes (.a dally, . "
'YL.7 No. 134-136 West Si h St. were present and not paired withholding -
# .OMOINNATItO.. their votes. I What It Cost You To Us?' '
,:. 1 ,. Ir .. Will Do Business With . .
: : Prompt Reliable Responsible Not cent than to do'business'for receive share of {'
1 L.Cbaut'r; Milton,Fla.,. writes: one more remain yourself. Trusting to a large! your patronage' ' .* ;
'- and asking you to come to scene,. :', :
-t" f Have used.Dr.if. A.Simmons Liver -
:,...'. ; unUNC -Nd" Lalaytttc Bank.ClBela&aU.. 0. Medicine 80 years; would be lost without Tours. to command. i : ,
rr -
DUB'S MereuW.
r .. Ate. it. It not only cures ailments but L' .
\ r E.nk oC.Barlarva..,- ;,'; '
in my family preventative of..disease. : J 1
4L \. :We, Remit: ,with:.Checks' on''.Bank of Bay'Biscayne.:: ,....., .?.. '.-, ; 'feb' : ,. S. WABN-QO1! ,
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THE TRIP TO MATANZA3. I Judge A. L. Knowlton Dead. Millions Circa AWAY. i FRS K'CT=3NE dZ:' CO.

I The sad news was made known Sunday It is certainly gratifying to the public .
< B Short Sketch: of the Trip to Cuba of the 3d i morning that Judge A. L. Knowl- to know of one concern in the land who Wholesale Fruits and'Prod1ce, t.

I Jfre profession MATANZAS Kentucky Volunteer, CUBA, Infantry.Feb. .>. is14; ton 10th had street died suddenly at his home on needy are not and afraid tuffenng.to be The generous proprietors to the of General Commission Merchants = }

during the previous night. Dry King's New Discovery ,
To the Editor of the )(naOPOU8; foroonsnmp- "
Q II The 3d Kentucky Volunteer Infantry Mr. Knowlton had been a suffererfor Lion, coughs and colds, hare given away 1 132, 1 134' N. 3d St., ST. LOUIS MO. ''
I many years from kidney troubles, over ten million trial bottles of this great F333m.
left Savannah, January IM 1' at 11 p. m., medicine, and hare the satisfaction of
and arrived at Matan as, Cuba on the but up to within a few hours before knowing it bee absolutely cured thousands -

'21st, at 7:80 p. m. his death was in his usual! health. lie of hopeless enaea. Asthma, bronchitis

0.0.K. ROBBINS. WALTU 8. GRAHAM ,! We had a pleasant trip all the way, was Friday taken and with did not acute recover.Bright's disease throat,,hoarseness cheat and and lungs all are disease rarely of cured the Orange Pineapple Tomato .

GRAHAM CO. but laW very few chips on the trip. Judge Knowlton was one of Miami's by it. Call on Townley Broa,druggists

BOBBINS : When off Palm Beach the weather was first settlers. It was he who plattedthe and get a free trial bottle. Regular size '
city and he who had executed: all SOo. and f 1. Every bottle
clear and the Royal showedoff guaranteed, or
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. the engineering,: work of water works, price refunded. 6-8-Hi

4111 practice la all court, State and Federal to good advantage. Friday at 11 sewerage, street grades, etc. lie was And other vlfife able Lands For Sale on s Y,'
h Special facilities for examining and perfecting o'clock we passed Cape Florida with a to be seen everywhere at all times. -
C Land Title. We have the only complete smooth sea, but being smoky we could Despite his 62 years he a very active NOTICE.

abstract and revive I books dally covering reports from Dade the Clerk county of, see very little of the Metropolis of man and one whom above all others To whom it may concern take notice: VERY EfSY TERMS-
the Circuit Conn at Juno .bo'riuC'U land would not have been expected to pass
It Is the intention of the _
South Florida (Miami.) All was undersigned! to ap
transfers All the Tertlfled Abstracts Title go- so suddenly.
away ply to the Governor of the state o< Florida on .
--'l- office for Dad. county are made at our Miami ing well until the dinner gong sounded The funeral took place frem the residence the list day of March A. D. 1899, or as soon lf-AT
of the 10th Sunday thereafter*applicants can be heard for thepurpose .
and immediately the decks were I family street of .
obtaining the annexed charter and
MIAMI, DADE CO., FLORIDA. at :.1 i KevC; W
cleared, for all were feeling good and ating. p. m., V. Faris offici all under.rights and privileges to be granted there HALLjlNDALE, .

JAS. SAKDKBta H. r.ATKIHSON had appetites equaled only by that of ... ..- EDWIN PHILOH NELSON LOUD .JR. and ,
government mules or city goat JOHN LOSES MODELO .
At 2:80 p. m. an order was given for NUTTING.

MTfl ATTORNEYSAND all to takea, shower bath on dt'Ck. ARTICLE 1. i FT. LAUDERDALE-
North Miami Adds One More to Her List ;
r while the officers stationed themselves Long The name of this corporation shall be the .
COUNCELORS AT LAW I of Bad Affairs. Florida East Coast Power and Irrigation Company -
on the upper deck, kodaks in hand, to ,and its principal of business shall
Office la Belcher Brick Bitldtag. the and A row occurred at Woods' saloon at be l located at MUmL In Dads county, Florida
enjoy shoU.
sport get snap
MIAMI FLOBlDA.QEO. North Miami ARTICLE 2. By The Halland Land Co. -
Bat in this they "reckoned without Tuesday night about 12 The business of the corporation shall be the L

their hosts," for the 8d Kentucky being o'clock, aM a a result of which ThomasTaylor building operating and maintaining electric ,

z A. WOfiLET, gentlemen did not fancy any such a truck farmer from Snak usingofwater roads,furnishing power electric forltrIgatiofrom power and also apoint the General Agents of Florida East Coast Railroad Land, ,

treatment. Therefore not a man stirredto Creek has a bullet hole his known as Cape ble l in Itunroe county,Florida M and M, Broad St., New York, N. T. t
ATTORNEY AT LAW. take a bath under the circumstances, through to Jacksonville. unvai county, Florida, to aDd t-
and when it was seen that they did not right lung and i* in a very critical condition along the-East Boast of the state of Florida,and -
Genera practice la State and Federal Gouts such other OLOF
<< I purposes as the corporation shall ZETTERLUND JOHN T. SMITH
All buataeM entnuted will receive prompt U. propose to do it the order was amendedto and George Grant, colored, who elect, aDd also for the purpose of acquiring and GEN. MANAGER. '
'J Undo read that all who wished might owning such real estate and personal I property TREASURER.
tor Gemaata Uf.I..Dee. has a meat market in the colored section be U H. O. :
aVAirat a. as shall la the SJOSTROM
necessary transaction 01 the
oOi.w T...k. AD Usda of kitepoMeu wrltt D. avail themselves of that (?) lib of the is business of the company.
Office 81'0...'. Building Av. D and tJUa 8t. erty. The result was not a man took city, very seriously ARTICLE. Local Agent. Hallandale, Florida

MIAMI, FLORIDA such a bath, whereas if,the proper invitation i stabbed, in the right lung. The amount of the capital stock authorized 6bly-Lae m t ? ,
and place has been given The facts in the case are difficult to under this charter shall be one million ((11.000.- -
ooo.oo)dollars,divided Into one thousand shares
GEO. W. ALLEN, nearly every man would have taken get at, as it is one of those affairs of the par value of one thousand <$1,000,001p1-
pleasure in taking the bath. which said
X lars each stock s"aU be subscribed
Saturday, as the first rays of the sun where all the parties concerned as and paid for in advance as the Board of Directors Buildings and Stocks :

ATTORNEY AT LAW. broke through the misty morning, we dumb as oysters Taylor claims that said snail capital direct stock and shall ten be percent paid((10 into percent the said)of I N S U R E'Your{ Household '- '

came in sight of the city of Matanzas there was no disturbance of any kind, company before said corporation shall begin Furniture, Etc. :

Will Practice all Court State and Fwder U it lay outlined agaijist the dark that he left the saloon to and attend business -,. -.\, '
mountains go ARTICLE 4. In the old and' .*
towering and hills which
FLORIDA. to his horse where he The term for which this corporation shall ex S.
KEY WEST, was approached strictly reliable '
1 surround the city behind. In the har- lat shall be nny yean \ ?
bor lay the supply ship Saratoga, a bj' Grant and shot. ARTICLES.The h, .1

& BECOME, French ship and the German Guerity- Grant claims that a row was In progress business of this corporation shall be con British America Western Insurance '. '
SCOTT or Imperial
ba ducted by a board of three directors which may '' Comp DIe.s. .
quietly at anchor before the ,
sleep ; "
and Taylor drew a knife and by a vote of the stockholders be Increased to I'' ..
lag city." five and which said Board i '- '
ATTORNEYS AT LAW of Directors shall be .?
At the military camp even at this tabbed him, when he used his revolver elected by a vote of the stockholders on the first Life Accident and "
NOTARY PUBLIC IN OFFICX.wm early boar all was bustle and activity, with the result as stated above. The Monday in March of each and every year, and ;
the first election hall be held at the office of .
practice la an State and Federal Court preparing breakfast, changing guard, fact remains that both Taylor and the the company on the first Monday of March A. Marine Underwriting -
Collections promptly attended to etc. TAe camp extends for miles above negro are seriously injured. D. 1901. There shall also be a President. Vice rv
OmCX OTKB BAY OF BAT BlSCATITB.MIAUL and west of the city the Taylor' wound is serious and pain- President.Secretary_and Treasurer and until ,._ *.,'!'
along bay. 4
the first election P.H.
Loud Jr shall be Presi-
FLORIDA.g Soon we took part in this activity, ful. The ball entered bis right breast, dent 3.C. Losee shall be Y'kePraldent!, Wil JOHN WELSH &,CO. AGENTS S;
"t'. and aa we neared the shore some 8d and passing through the lung, was extracted liam shah shall be Secretary_and 'l1rlnNelson ,

MILLS WL'n' M. D., man called, "Who stole the beer?" near the spine.Grant'8 and Edwin Nelson Treasurer and William,and P.H.Nutt1Dc'luau Loud Jr. SUCCESSORS TO Bank MIAMI FLAB: ti.

j Immediately the answer was echoed injuries are.also dangerous compose the Board of Directors untO the ant W. M. FEATHERLY. Building, ? .
ye HOM OPATHIST. from the shore"The 3d Kentucky I" by I te is seriously cut in the right lung annual meeting of the stockholders held for the .
oar 'right bower, the 160th Indiana. and is in a critical condition. He was purpose of electing a new Board of Directors
and officers,and until such officers and Board
CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY., Daring the day we unloaded the mules placed under arrest Wednesday morn- of Directors are elected and qualified and shall
T; and two battalions, your humble servant ng and will have a hearing as soon as perform all the duties pertaining to the said s ..
AT his condition will permit.Dr. operation In the different capacities herein
being left on board the ship in stated ,
MIAMI FLORIDA. charge of the hospital, which only had Skaggs attended both cases, and ARTICLE '
five'"'.patients serious states that both are getting along as The E. L.
no case, until highest amount of indebtedness or liability Brady & Co.

JR? .H. W. HASTENS, M. D, Wednesday?when the hospital was re- well as their conditions will permit. i! time subject to which itself this shall corporation not exceed can the amountI at any

movedto'tbeSecond Division Hospital I the capital stock subscribed and paid In to ,
ashore and patients and nurse went to Market Doll.CHICAGO he: company.

HOMCEOPATHIST. bed.,,. '"W0Atre still at the hospital Feb. 10, 1899. ARTICLE 7. Groceries Grain Hay and Garden Seed.
awaiting; All Telegraph an? other calls promptly : / EDITOR Mrraorous: charter are as follows: e ,
a&&eu4t9'o,4&J or night. We are having extremely cold weather P. H. Loud Jr, MUmLDade County Florida. ,
: HThe first battalion of the 3d was sent Edwin Nelson, Miami bade County, Florida. .
,LEMON Cm, FLORIDA.JJR. to Union;:to garrison it, a small town here in the north-the coldest we William Nutting Cox state of Georgia. MrAMI AGENT FOR APES' FERTILIZERS. .
miiea have had in years-and we certainly J.O. Losee,New York City,State ofN T. ;
40 inland the second battalion
would not advise people to STATE FLORIDA&.,I
to(ard nas, to the east about 40 miles Count of Dade. f We call the attention of the of f
J. M. JACKSON Jit sign their stuff notth.; Early people Bay BUeayne to our stock of Staple o
,_ on the:cQa st. ,The third battallo\ is green Personally appeared before me P. B Loud, and Tancr Groceries, Trait and Food Product of all kinds: also our Meek .
till,here,bat-was to go to;Colon, but vegetables are dull on accoant of theegtrengpold Jr. Edwin Nelson J. O. Losee and William of Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground Food and Wheat. J
f and in of all efforts N lunc. who being me duly each lot
ny sworn
OFFICE* ai news came of yelloirteverand smallpox are the only house oa Bar Blgeayne dealing exclusively la t& above j
deposes ana that he executed and
o ffn e express companies to deliver says line oigooda. We close and will sire '
: buy sell We invite joor eomnond- -
: being there they are left here for signed the charter for the
t!'" HOTEL BISCAYNX BLOCK AsaD:' the present, as are also the 12th New the goods in good shape they are coming uses and purposes therein:set forth. &-1Uiu nee and colleU your patronafe. Very traly, E. L. BRAOT & CO. ''
k : in in a frosted and frozen condition.If Witness my hand and seal this eighth day of
York 8tb Massachusetts 160th Indlana..and"one' -
February A. D.1809.
there has been done
MIAMI FLORIDA.' any damage to
battalion of the 8d Engineer ROBERT R.TAYLOR
*. vegetables in .your section we would Notary FnbtictState of Florida. ..
'S like to hear from you. As soon as our , "
JL HUD )LEBTON".Y.+D. Matanuurlsa city of 45,000 inhabi market will '
JJ opens up we send yon reg- .
tints next in size to Havana on thetaland.
ry It lies in the valley along the ular quotations. Yours truly, FREDK. S. MORSE
bay and extends back to the crest of EeniplarRlNew "

CHICAGO. the bills tome, mile or mile and a halfback "Ir ,

Office corner Attune 0 aao"12th ttmt.Ornci beyond 'which-air kinds of trop- Wanted. Northern Florid Air Lisa and
Houss.. B*,to IS a.ami*to I p.m. ical fruits, etc., raised won the )island REAL ESTATE.rMiami
A hustler to sell an article affording Florida Trunk Line.Tlmi .
MIAMI FLORIDA are being grown by the Cuban farmers.There .
are centipedes and tarantulas a good profit; a specialty for which Table la Effect July a ISM.

T. BKAQGB. M. D. In great quantities, and they have ,there is _a steady,and increasing! de- No 58 No Ml NORTHERN No SS Not?
j .
p. caused conllderahle.alarm. Some few mand. No samples required. Good Dally Daily POINTS. Daily Daily

have been bitten by them but all are situation for right party. Only those -8. \Dade Co. Florida.
Me842a 50p Lv..JacksonYllle site S!, '
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. recovering.One meaning business need" apply. Ad- 780p .. ......Ynlee.... $40a a lOp p :
man from Co. A, 3d Kentucky dress "Manufacturer Cleveland, O. 9 soattft IIl1pAr..J'emaDdlu..LY. .. 7 Sea loop t
Office YfamtThug Store 61IHtBcaye loop ....Rrerett 7 flea slop
From t..n.to S o'clock a.m. -Graham!, was accidentally shot in .... ...... ....Brnnswkk... 00 slop
U residence,Ooceeaat Grave. the leg, and7'died from the effects oj laotpiirtp1206pll35p Savannah 5adaBioa .447p '
MIAMI noJUDA.GJW8PII amputation. The health of the regiment Men Fall LY..8&YaDD&b..Ar. 440p Farming Lands Residence Sites City Lots.
Victims to stomach liver and 15IIJll! &sa .A.r..I'alrfaxtS.O..LY 8ua 2Ilp '
kidney :
{is generally good, the.only sick 240p 248a935p 00 ..Denmark .. '+ t24a
ness at present being the grip. troubles as well as women and all feel UCla w..Augusta S.O.t. ..... ssoi1347all66a :
ENLOr) D. D. 8, We expect to remain 00.tbe i island the results in lon of appetite, poisons in 40Sp "!4a -u Columbia, "/ "

about 6Q days and then be disbandedand the blood backache, nervousness, headache :::::: 1126a 148pl&a .Spartanburg '. : SKp1020P Soep..::::: '

CROWN& BRIDGEWORK mustered out of service tire, listless, run-down feeling. Slop .Charlotte, 00/ .. VISa AGENT FOR -' J
I went .through the "Military Hospital But there's no need to feel Ifke that. 985pl047a1043pl2lOp Sallsbuag / 8S5p 817s LANDS OF '
Made Specialty. Listen J. W Gardner Idarille Ind. :Greensboro7"DanTlUeVa. : Imp 7 tea
San Pedro/ where I haw the most to 1151plOiaa 1 lOp 6MaSOOa ,
Office Bonn' $a.a.1o 5p.m. Office la B*]- terrible sights it has been my lot to He says: "Electric Bitters is just the 6lOa 625p Richmond, I' ISm 4
Cher's Brick Block,comer AT.D..diD St. .* .. Florida East Coast Co.
see. The starved and pinched faces of thing for a man to take when he lash 1 163a StOp LJDChblU'J, 00 coop 34QaIfi&a Railway : r

MIAMI, 'FLORIDA. the Cuban reconcentrados there are be- run down, and don't care whether he 335a.4la: 9 saopSOOallKf m "..Charlottesville Washington.. 1115k fUp 10 43a Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co. ,

yond-degcrl tion. :The beggary and lives or dies. It did more to give me .. IUmore.... 00 9 42a 589p

DB. B. E.OHAJ'D,, almost naked population on the street new strength and good appetite than 1243p .Slap 23a3oOp N.....PbllWelpbU..Ne.York...... .00. UisagOQp 72oa 86SP480p! Boston and Florida Atlantic _Coast Land, Cq. .

is bad enough;,but in this hospital are anything I could take. I can now eat l30p .u..Barton..... .OOaaooa :

nR T. those wbo:.are still too weak to get anything and have a new lease on life." Stop Vi. Jacuonvflw .. Slop S25p5toa :
aroqnd'_*_v-, Only 60 cents, at Townley Bro ', drag{ 101Sa lOOp Ar.....Ererett.... K 790a ---' .
Offloe In ftanleraoa"Block northeast'eorti.i JLAvenue _1 met my old friend, Cbas. A. Greeno store. Every bottle guaranteed. 6-8-lU 745p 415 841* >"......Atlanta...., "00 Ill SOp esoa = \

P riff 11.. street, o '- called on mq .4.ISa loop;* i .. ::Chattanooga Olncinnatl:: :top soa_1000p______ Southern 1 Fps

MIAMI. FLOtBDA. ] tSbosphaTftfrivBfiV. H.W. Baker, Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicineby : r ,
wbo'.has. charge of theT'lrtrW**_' and i expelling from,the body the excess tee 4-45 No.M leaves Femandina Jaeksonrlue at B p.m,Yaa'f -
p.!Dot : at':20 p,m'Lvec
-- - ---- horches through this proTinceTud rr o bile and acids' improves the assimi- en at 1e ana arrives ttrnnswicx at :4p P m. r ,Dgiilry- .

FBEDLBICK are well known to many of your read- :, lat J KQCPSses, purifies the blood, TjJBwNo i 33 arrives at Evertte at ISO a. m., 4 ., S
leaves Femandina7Ji5a.auarrives
: Ynlee 8.M u..a.AJ
en. More anon. tones up andslfelrgVwns. feb nvand arrives at Jacksonville ,
a at :40 a.m.
ENGINEER: Sincerely, E. R. P. Nos.SI, 2-*, 85 and w make connections for I t....
", . irunswlck,arriving Brunswick /30p.; m. and
SURVEYOR. a I Legal Notice.THE tntB:, m..respecttvelT. 90*New Orleans traineareal3

tor State Lam. Fartieuiar Board from Again. Ii' CIRCUIT COURT or THB SRTXUTH: JUDKCUL ,1 1'QIetii5Lm.,with through glee Most Florida. l"NOR.TH
at era; Orleans 7-40 a. m. Onh Excellent Service Ever Offered Out of
: ".ta Bab-DividingILarft Trarp. That allaround deadbeat and"con." Cuccrr or FLORIDA,is AID tots D4ps. ssleeper Un.. Arrives Jacksonville 1
: Street South JUde near Ave.D.TAILOR COUNTY. tIC CHAMCKRV.EU&ABSTR from New Orleans S S3 p.m WEST."i. .
man, ""Prof.. Qrton.Kerby: ,Consul to
< rumm4.: : J.) MOORE! ,) SLurnra CAR staTIC= EAST w
Para, I tlJihtt etc.l ,is hfarf flop (wldQ", 1 Nos.A and 8S Fast Mall keepers between ,

RA '".I agaA i This tlpe {>. U i at, Havana, vs.STtru f. Foreclosure Order of Publication.of Mortage.HARBT Sleeper New York y1a and Asheville.Nos. Jacksonville. and Ue ClncinnaU

; playipgjtbe old! 'game, dressed, in a : and M.J. STITIW, j j .n and 8 carry Throngh Sleepers between :THBOUOB DBAWZKQ BOOK CABS DXHXVO CAM, "'

: partially snit| of'clothes,but easily 1 bit wife. Jacksonville and 14 and with New York In connection with THOBOVOIm: >ACHES VESTZBULXD T&AQTI. -
I pew Upon application of Elizabeth J" Moore,the ft. 11T Pullman Sleepers between .. .
.QerIaN. recognizable. TblsM II what the Havana eomplalfiant in (he above entitled pause, It dae'ka onville and Tampa. .
IH Taal -11I01 aU tatM&11'ea.... No.96 carries the Cincinnati and Florida UrnIted. '
In Beteaf p Brick "Adrertiser of las| Friday has tq appearing from th9 affidavit of Walter S. Ora- ThisisbragghjtalMkiA.Q.Uac oaTUle by No.33. "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA LfUTE:: D."
Building. ban,one of (the attorney for the said Elizabeth EL t.. :ra...:Ut. ..
FWlnD4- ay him t J. tyoore, that the defendants; parry8tijea Jacksmviib J. E IIA .?r .mS08W.Bay;; : Street Bond Pullman Veettbuled Limited. Dlaiag, 1 oop.rtma* D'swlal&SSeaand

"#'rof.Joseph.Qrton. Kerb, former :.and J(.J,SUes his wife, are non-resident O.;M. ffnlden,Trar.Pas. Act, St.Aafustlne. Obaervattoa; Can between fit.Augustine, and Hey A

United States Consul at Para, Brazil of the State of Florida,,tout art re.)d.ena WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN UniTED." x,

is here under..authority from the War of the United Mates; and({hat here, Is no person "'"r -
tq( toe State of ort4a/ he service tubpuna -. Through VeatJbultd Drawtaf-Booaa Sleeping Care betweea Taaaa aad,Jtew seek ,
Department Secretary Agrcu1| "
: : via JaokaonvlUe.Savaaaaft ail Oolamna.without ehaage. .
whom would bind
upon 4efen4nU
ESTATE.. turf tt Washington to report _upon
the adaptability of Cuban lands to the and that the said defet4eati J" over the sgeof HotelO.P.HUNTINGTON UNITED STATES FAST MAIL.":APuUmaa 0:

growth of the rubber...tree In the interest 21 rears. .
FLORIDA. of a New Yolk syndicate which It li therefore ordered that the laid; defend Drawiar Boom Buffet Sleeping Can between JaekaoavQla.. Vew, 1tlt./

virtually controls the rubber,cutout of lute.Harry Sates and If.3.Btlte. his wife,' do Embracing Lynchburg:, Charlottesville, ,
appear to answer the Bill of C"oa plait in the
Brazil and
purposes to make some ex Washington, Baltimore.and PltUadelphIa..
in Its I above entitled can*.upon th .
: periments cultivation.here. lie
OR will visit the Isle of Ilia Day'of Yards; iv ----- ... '
Pines and the ,!\1 4", fuDmaa Dts wbarc a Reaping Cars to 1booa. Aiisat4 t
'- greater part:of Cuba:before perfecting : theume being the grit.icy Jfo-nday r ln said month. LouJsvUU,BUID.1Apa.. KaWIa at7 aa481.o8. .

'. definite plans;!:"VTbe': Professor is a rq I Ue( otftca(\ of the Clerk of said Court at Juno, ConoJly; Through Pullman Sleeping Car to .- -!
grn Tw'l recognized expert upon rubber aqd Its Dade County,nod I.. iI '
-- tp[" having's several" years 'And li U further ordered that this order-of Cincinnati, via Columbia and Ashevllle Throufta tbs

.' r. VtUoat fala' or.at blood: ppou. t1e! Ama, >rQn. \ \ public ttonbepobtiabedIntheIuxtKavsoroul *
ayOewspaprrpubUioed In Miunl tsdeCount .
M lftl ft T *" ...fi > 'ate
...intm.MHE., 8. ,CROWD.' '. )i"ed Hot )from';the t QUII' week},Florida*. ,'ence' ,a week, toJ( ;IOU consecntjva Propiietor. D.mU4t DaI17 Li -..Trams For CUeiaaati VIa Zv :.tt> e'

-f' :" Was the:ball'that hit a-n; Stead annt Done and.ordered at the Clerk's office at ,

W.1fI ".1Pch., In' tbA 'civU: war. 'It. Jnno Dade County,.,Florida,this 90th day of Located in the ,most pleasant place in For detailed bafonnatiM aa to rates, aohedulea. eleeplaf ear neh1Nie.sl Ma. stpy.,... -
a.as of the 8ocruJi KAILWAT ita .
any or ooniMctiona.B.
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.a W' "1Cftn-lIm.u. lftVITWOft'IIT os 1IIId "hOrrible ulcers that no treatment January,A.P.1899. the city.
: enO.,to this mate. .. boil
helped for, 20
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la tbeir.wu and
steels U U ,
iy Pare filtered rain water k used for
aV vokeoad.ct a&boIu. Salary Arnica. Salve cored him. Cures'\cuts, A.7.QUIMBY, W. HUNT Florida Pan. Agtf tit Wed Bay Street Jaoksoovilla IW.XOULP. 11
-.sa.Doa a year.od..ezps.-deantt., bruises, burns, boils, felons,corneakln Clerk of Circuit Court In every purpose throntftoat the hoteL20.t..m'
',4. no more.ao less salary. Monthly ffe. ernptlaoLBest; pO pare'OIl earth U.lDW.baL' &- Jr ." W. A. TUBE, LJLJUlDwus j = >
getereaeea.A Zaclose Mli-addieaea4 stamped and for County,Florida. l -f
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,' -0 W. M. hath 11. C: a. Ft&tJ1erI1. When the council.of,ten ruled Ven- STATE OF ..FLOiIDA.I I cessfully accomplished, so we are informed. SPARKS FROM WIRE bromo-seltzer' containing-: cyaolde..of' v

ice, they issuedfar" regardingth .-Orlando Reporter. mercury, which,'had ,been; sent ,A

c. 3 TIlE MIAMI METROPOLIS art of glassmaldng.: It runs: "If ;JILL E\\'Sl rrE.u .YLotJEVERYTH1MJ At the Arcade: hotel fire Wednesday: TELEGRAPHIC NEWS FROM ALL through the mails to Harry&,Cornish ;,: '.'
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a workman carry his art beyond the L\L\OL'i.\llLE. morning Dr. Whitenmyer lost nearly OF physical director of the Knick -

#, .' Published by limits of his country to the detrimentof all of his clothing; J, T. McMurray PARTS TIlE WORLD. erbocker Athletic Cub, was begun\ ;by .'f

'A The Bay Biscayne Publishing Co. the republic, he shall be desired to clippings of :1 londi Events From $160 in cash and a portion of his' Coroner Hart in New York. Crowds. .;

;' Our State Exchanges Carefully Short Stories of the World's Doings of people who gathered in 'Hhc of
M Y' return If he disobey, his nearest rel wardrobe Dr. Robinson $50 in cash early ;
r Miami, Dade Co. Fl*.. Feb. 17, 1899.Rockall Condensed for Our Busy Telegraph -
; Told b7 1-1 corridors of the Criminal Court build- '
a'tiYeshan be imprisoned If, in spiteof and some of his. apparel and: Henry ,

their imprisonment, he remain obstinate Headers. Klein and wife a gold watch and diamond Condensed. Form. irg were refused admission to the cor ,f .
tAn feet
. 4 j. is, perhaps, the smallest island in his wish to live abroad, an octopus measuring two jewelry vlaued at $350 or more oner's court, and there were present: ,,/

: w- : in the world. It is situated in'the emissary shall be told off to kill from tip to tip of arms was seen Landlord Burden had' been carrying REMEMBERS LAFAYETTE.Mrs. only those intimately connected' : .
k Atlantic over 300 miles -west'of Scotland him." floating: in the water near the pier at $10,000 insurance for a long time and ( Amelia fitubbs aged 120 years, the case. or those interested hi tt,,"; ,

..rt. and is a mere rock about 60 feet mini Beach Friday, and caught witha dropped $2,000when times pinched too who remembered very distinctly La- ,-

Stx .. high and 225 feet round rising from When John D. Rockefeller was a hook. It is now in Prof. Cory'saquarium hard, finally failing to renew $2,000on fayette's visit to Norfolk, Vs., .and TRIED TO COMMIT SUICIDE.,

; a reef of sand. The rock is basalt boy, he had his first picture taken curled up in the corner. the first of this month, leaving who attended his reception died at J. ){. Baffin, of Rocky Mount, N.:CL:,,
' These fish are raro and hard to
- and granite' very magnetic. with his class at Oswego academy; very $6,000 in force.-Orlando Reporter. that place Saturday, as the result of cecently attempted to commit.suicid .

.. N. Y in 1853. It was a daguerreotype get.borne burns. She >was alone In her homeand the Louisville
r. .. Oawego ? :: sneak thieves entered J. V.lams' The Key West Electric greet Railway in her on sleeper on &Nash,
P metal and when Rockefeller passing an open grate, villa train by slashing his wrists
tics. JA small crystal bell with a lettuce patch at Tacoma, a few company operated It..1irat ear: on dress
became rich he tried to buy it from caught fire. The flames were ex- When the' train arrived In New1
is latest : c.
handle and clapper the novelty since morning. Everything :
nights and relieved him of picking Duval street Monday
tinguished -
as quiekly.as but
his former teacher, William Smyth possible, Buffin taken to the
was, hospitaL
for table use. The bell is about about twelve crates. The amount worked smoothly and the car -
the doctor's efforts
. to her life
!(* Oi .. three inches high and differs from who refused to sell it at any price. lust reaches $25 The tracks of the made frequent trips to La Brisa, car were futile. save He is in a serious.condition; .,

r the conventional bell in shape in having :Air. Smith died a short time ago, and iiieves headed in the direct!.>n of Mi rying nearly five hundred people be- owing to the loss ,of .blood, but was

'i+ j four angled corners. The tone ha son has since sent the picture tp canopy.Mr. fore it was taken off for the night.On NEGROES LYNCHED.The able to speak He said he was: the superintendent

is unusually sweet and clear. A tiny the millionaire. In the same class F. T. Dunklin shipped the first Tuesday -The official trip was made, Sheriff of Lee' county, Ga., telephoned of a cotton .milt in

the handle of of were General L S. Catlin, Bishop North Carolim, and that he was coral
bronze cat forma one full crate of strawberries from this [essrs. Laflin and Beach inviting the Governor Oandler at 1 o'clock

these bells and a diminutive metal : George Worthington of Nebraska and city this season. They went ,to Olivett major and city officials on a tour of Sunday morning: that he had been ing here to the carnival; he 'had' nos '

mouse the Charles It. Colburn, Pennsylvaniastate to three family, and was tired of living. He
clapper. Bros., New York, and sold for $1.25 inspection. compelled give up negroesrto .
o superintendent of 8dh' oIL He surrenderedthem had $1,420 in cash on-'his'person .and I
------ !----- per quart of forty-four quarts, mak- Bank has been a lynching party.
R The Punta Gorda:
to the killing of thir a check and other: valuables. aggregating ?i
The longest plants in the world are I ng $50 for a trifle over one busUel.: reorganized and $10,000 added to the prevent ;'

,\ 'I seaweed. One tropical and subtropical There are two distinct type of husbands Lakeland Sun.J. teen. $21,080. r.
capital stock, all the stock now being
i is known, which when it reaches 'who do more harm than they A. McDonald, who is in.charge of owned by residents of Punta Gorda. -- r". S

of its,full development ,is at least six would be willing to admit-the man the extensive operations of the East It will be incorporated as a State TO MEET IN JACKSONVILLE IN ,OHIO. REGIMENT BOBS'3tLCON .

t hundred feet in length. Seaweeds who permits himself to ,become a generous Coast Railway at Nassau, including bank and hereafter will ;bean independent 1900. MERCHANTS. .. "*" "..

rcr not receive any nourishment from the figurehead in his own family, the erection of the Hotel Colonial, the institution, it formerly having Jacksonville has beta selected for .

;, sediment at the bottom or borders of rarely holding a conversation with estimated cost of which is over $1- been a branch of the State bank the meeting place of the national assembly The merchant and business -men,

the sea, but only from air. and miner- his wife or children, good naturedly 000,000, left for Nassau last week on of 'Ft. Meade. Its name has not been of the League of American of: Macon are highly indignant over t
.matters held in solution in the sea responding to any extravagance for the steamer Miami. changed and it -will continue to be Wheelmen.. in 1900, and the choice of the atrocious robberies committed! by'

u ,water. : 1 K... the sake of peace, and the man who, I The oommissionirs of Manatee known as the Punta Gorda Bank. C. this city was, made through the persuasive the members'f. of I'he' Second'Ohio.

4 4, .\ .- -1 .w though conspicuous In.the church and county have followed Osceola's exam L. Huddleston will continue to serveas eloquence of Geo. L. Bahl of Regime.Friday, as they were beingjnustered

wV, ,.Chief Justice Melville Fuller of the community, tyrannizes over his family pIe and c'hanged.the: open season for cashier, P. W. McAdow will prob- Jacksonville, who is in attendance at out of the service of: toe yt

United< States supreme court has ahead in small things until, for the sake deer from the winter to the summer ably be president, vice Warren Tyler the meeting in Providenice, R. L, as a United 8tateA -. <

t: of hair that has grown in beauty of peace they deceive him on every I months, June, July, August and Sep- and J. H. Farrington vice president.Mr. delegate from Florida.DISCREDITS : large number of the merchants "

:' ever since It first became famous. His hand.-France* Evans in Ladies' I tember. A petition is being circulated THE REPORT.The sent'wagons loaded with merchandise .r
., E. Stoner baa had much suc- !
t h long, snow white locks, which hang Home JournaL i in Brevard for the same object. cess with his vegetable garden this brother .of Professor Andre, out to the camp-to hen io the discharged -- .'..'

down his back, are brushed from his There is.to be a very large acreageof the balloonist who, 101 lt;".-The coloneforderJ ._ .i.
buta missing
& winter, and be has used nothing attempted
&; forehead. As he sht in his: elevated Philosophy> of Intensive Panning. canteloupes planted this spring in liberal supply of ordinary stable to cross the Arctic regions, has in- them to 'leave the"-camp, while 'th6''r

eat In the: courtroom with his handsome the Alacftua and Marion truck farm- forcibly carrledt\
goods were being -
Mortgages are like the waves of fertilizer. Lait Monday he brought ahead formed a local newspaper in Malmo,

# mantle of black silk he resembles the sl(a-- 'the vessels they hold up ing belt. Those who planted cante- I of lettuce to this office which Sweden, that he does not believe the away. The robberies committed by i

-I' '\ the famous paintings of the dignitaries 'o-morw&v. loupes last year made money from received of the men did not end here, but. they' ,
by Krasnoyarsk
to-day they( swamp was about the size of an ordinaryFlorida report way :
of the long ago.=Washington their crop and this has served aa a came to the city, and while tender the I
Blbria that th. remains of Andre
"r' ""' To rule over forty or four hundred cabbage divested of its outer I -
Letter. means of encouraging others. influence of went into several
f acres, oconpiedd by wheat corn, potatoes ]eaves. It was the kind of lettuce and his companions and the car j :
The Fort Myers Press notes that stores and walked out with goods, :
\ .
I of the balloon in which he left Danes
; or beans is to be master where known as the "Florida header, and :
Spanish gold coins .are again plentiful the! face of the amazed merchants.Several .
a, The custom of wearing in island of the
roses compensations are .many and cares was crisp and tender throughout. In Spitzbergen group Jury
Z ''; "their'headgear by the Lancashire,reg- fewest in Southern Florida as a result of his garden patch he has dwarf peasas 11, 1897, have! been found between Kemo > of them 'were arrested, and I :'

: meant, on anniveraary of.tha bat- Crops are in the manure, not In the the reopening of the cattle trade high as a man's head, and the fam- and Pit, in the province of Yen. after turning over the'goods were re .
tie Minden with Cuba. Aa yet Spanish gold coins leased. They committed kinds.of ,
originate in a curious land. It is waste, tooth of time and ily has already been indulging in iseisk. He says that locality is culti- '

*man>er. On ( l'a.da. of the battle, muscle 40 scatter the requirements are not so plentiful..in the vicinity of green peas.-Philosopher. vated, and that it appears incrediblethat depredations. a' '
: ..
the Herald office.-Punta Gorda Her :
x W Aug. i, 17M.Tthe.men: passed through: acreIlot the corpses and the car of the "
of ten of twenty
a over one
ald. Judge M. S. Jones, who has been
; ; .t -:a field !of r0a *,-ach' man plucking a : balloon could have been these a yearend
. acres. At Key West a few nights since down at his grove, Klondike, west of CALOOCAN DISCHARGED. 'I.
and it in his bonnet
dose placing '* a half without having been seen
The intensive farmers' motto it: three entered the storeof St. Lucie, for about two weeks, returned '
dry goods
..weariig''the flower, during :the fight. before this. Furthermore .Andre's: The American forces made a combined '
E fNo ploughing where there is no man- : to town Monday. He is 4
; J.. W. Carey and carried off about on '
TSils commenced the custom which brother out in attack Caloocan-en
: tire under" points stormy yeather upon the
to turn Be expends no enthusiastic over it, having I.
worth of before
", Obtains at the present day of wearing. $1,000 goods they quite the remains would almost certainly 10th, and reduced in short order '
force. He values labor
: -
at ffroses on the anniversary of the battle.: unnecessary were detected. The goods were after- planted out over '1,000 orange trees have been separated from the At a signal fr oth the tower.of '*ne ,)
too highly to waste it. Investmentsare ward found in the half-an-acre in egg-plants, quarter- ,
a room occupied: by ehuWh
** wreck of the balloon. De La Lome the United States-
not made wherd there Is not, a men, but the burglars were not acre in tomatoes etc., on this fine '
i? IThe; question whether the steriliza9 great deal of certainty in (the matter! / double-tunvtted 'monitor SfbndCnock
caught. body of land. The place is in chargeof THE FAMOUS KIPLING SUED. '.
r : Jtion. of milk injures it in Any way or4ioti opened fire from}he-b..wjt_ the big
of promise to pay back. Sixty miles north of the Ever- his son, Wade, who has been makIng Beattie Baclstier, a famous brother' .
sd% of her fore-jTorret upon the
7 has been frequently discussed. guns _- k
*; t $ !Money in bank is never so profitable glades, on Gardner's Island, in Lake -considerable improvements on the in-law of Rudyard Kipling has left '-with -effect.BoonfafUrwarctthe J
; Some of OU'l'most eminent authorities earthworks gTat ..
"claimthat as manure in the field. To skimp Kissimmee, there have lately been property, 'Which is said to be entirely for New York with the avowed "pur* '1" .
milk is even made more -' Utah battery
found mementoes of 'free from frost. The judge now has- 'af' suit against: 1 .famous ,. ,
*wholtaome'bj sterilization the field for the tank is to make a some interesting pose bringing
Ff to lro- bombarded from the land
- .about all say mistake. iWhot the intensive farmer Spain's. former glorious career of force of men employed making a good I brother- -1aw, claiming.$50,000damages : tieplabe : "
JMng' removing danger tJ'DDlpaihogen side. *
needs to do into put back to hiahnd, "most Christian conquest," a number road outto his orange grove whichis 1 tor alleged malicious.prose* .
p .writers have..' germs..insisted- However
madeiras To 'give on 'a farm ta to get. Ten pewter, and silver ,of undoubted sixteenth Titusville Advocate. the bombardment ceased, when they
js digestible by this ELEVEN MILLIONS FOR NEW
process. 'fired as the :Montana
.. discover volleys .musketry;
centnrj: : origin were
acres well fed are worth A hundred
Thereforc-they have srangly advoeattdt3ie An interesting vessel at Tampa is BHTPS.
: Times-Union and Citizen. --., : regiment advanced upon the ,
starved. This "Is the of
d4 e : / me of jkJowerPopular e. experience; the large German sailing ship Colum- The naval appropriations bill la gle. 'The Kane regiment, on the extreme '
There will be no primary in Alaoh
:Bdeace. ... everybody that knows' anything about bia, Capt. Lord, which has just, arrived practically completed, save in minor left (with the Third 'artillery
1irr..a t s, ? the matter. ua county in March. Last Saturday '
from Queenstown for a cargo of dvitails, and aU its essential features "t ,
I. was the last day upon which themoney deploying to;.t24i ;right Daniel Webster once got a. check Pigpens and barnyards are the manufactories for defraying the of 4,000 tons of phosphate for Yokohama have been made known. It appropriates the'open,' !d.aatrled'dheeriDg.u :: toe earthworks,

for $5,000 that he was in nowise look- of a farm, and they are expense' Japan. The registered tonnageof a total of-$44,158,605'' 'c divided under der a heavy lire
could be
conducting a primary put ,
i-- 4 .. .ing for- Webster was In 'the United manufactories: that always; pay. There and-as only five candidates for county this vessel is 2,850, and she Is one. the following; heads: The rebels were mowed down yka '

a States senate at' the time and had delivered is no possibility of a, failure or of a i commissioners and one candidate of the largest sailing vessels afloat. General establishment, $13,236,440.: grass, but the American loss was' :A

his masterly, speech on the going behind. 'r The secret of success I She will take the first cargo of phosphate Bureau of navigation, 505125. alight, '
for senatorial honors W. Callputup
.compromise measures,, in whi.c'hM te in farming lies',in'correspondence of: from Tampa for such a far distant Bureau of ordinance: $3,143,124 ,

'} 4t"sought to reconcile,the differences between the 'sores with the manufactories.. If anything at all, there was not port. The captain, of the Columbia Bureau of equipment, $3,015,455.' P
enough money raised, and the primary GENERAL BAGAN DJ. aSSED.
.+ the sections; Its broad patriotism the correspondence be with ten acres declared off. reports that, in addition to his Public 'Works, yards aDd docks,

appealed to Mr. W. W. Corcoran then ten acres are enough' ; if with was charter for phosphate to Yokohama $454,443. The President has: caused la be promulgated

P so strongly that,he'sent the senator 20, 40, 80,- then 20, 40, '80 are:; to be 'Miss Emma Thuraby, the well- he is.also chartered to go from thence Bureau of medicines: and surgery, !tie sentenceI.jn the Case of t

a the sum mentioned the next:day'in'a worked 'With profit. known singer' of New York, who owns to San Francisco, or Oregon for a $192,500. Gen. Charles P Eagin The courtmartial : ;

.. letter expressive of his admiration forthe Why do ,men prefer the privations property' at Merrit, on Indian. river, ; cargo of grain to Europe, and, therefore Bureau of supplies and ccounts, sentence was dvmifrom: the a

t man and his speech. and battling and poverty of a city, has lost her $10,000 bird, which spoke : has his programme mapped but $3,220,433. army, and. tbe President baa com'
';' five languages: and imitated all moaner muted this to six yearsu.penaion' =
1-1- '. when on a. faun there is BO much of for the next twelve months at best.- Bureau'%of construction and repair, '
of musical instruments. It was from 'd1Ztyhi covers the remainder'
A firm in Cologne has, plenty. and peace and wealth The Ex. $3,273,407. :
cycling to her the of alt
presented Emperor ba beak
4 patis by of the time prior E gm's
'- new C1Y ,bell,:,fn. illiterate_:laborer' selects the town be- Germany, gland-father of the present On last Saturday night,. near the Bureau of'I'steam engineering, ,$1- retirement: ,January, 1905.

concealed a kind of. revolver which is cause of that sense which' prompts ruler. Further particulars of this-wonderful St. John jchurch,' north of town, 207,900. -

'"- to serve the double purpose of" 'frightening the knowing to raise hls ':eye above , bird will.be given in our next Charles Jordan
1 f the ce'c'hic'k conceals the dol- /Marine jcdrps, $1,366,971. that General Eagan's suspensioa,
srway vicioua'dogs aiidVsheeky xpn issue. Titusville slashed to pleas with a knife in
:t . *ramps '1Jrt 4nr ely''pressinga: button tear beyond?,;It- is easier WayS a, carter A man- in soldier's uniform, claiming the hands of Henry Bracker, both Increase' ofjtt Vl,402. carries him,, to within a few days aLi this

-. \.' attached to jth side oL the bell '"to load a cart thanr tigru.'b a colored. From accounts, the deed was The&unn ott9ncreaseol:the,navy" retirement: . under toe ap"1lmi .!, i ,
to be Jacob Cash of York
New ar-
He will be reinstated. time 'if
f ten.eartrWges"can beared.off in succWso clearing?' And so it"Is/\only tbat rived in the : routeto premediated and a cold-blooded-ntsfff covers the amount given,for the first to retire: .
city yesterday en
:. _, %. jefc'I.givinr"Wiclr' ; *'"Joud report ? brash land otfce made clear ..ta.scleared Havana. He-says that he intends the only possiUfrafelse'being a debtof year on the three new battleships, :with .,the regular rank. and pay provided
in such ..
i, 1 that obnoxious persons and an- while carts that are ladenempty i making a tour of the world in the interests $3 3tf>feir'Bracker: claimed the deceased three armored cruisers and 'u'zma11 cases. .:
I sentence of according ':- ,:
imals would notthlnktwicfe of as fast laden. The cruisers authorized by the bilL Although The suspension
beatinga .'as, they are of owed him. Dracker'told' parties '
democracy and 'Will.
ur- to the officers of the department ; :
: legal
hasty retreat Nesv York Oommer work with the caft waxes harder with the ships bare been decided:
.' suade Gen. Lee andAjDewep in town the day of the killing '
< "' does General
clal, ,Advertiser. ; 1 >the sage of the'carter.' The cultivation that Jordan would never see another upon the text of this. provision has cot. deprive_
to bejthnJemocratlc candidates. of, of Ms .but '..
Eagan any part pay ,
'- ' J of the sand Denier 'With the not yet been agreed upon.
: t ; /grows_ sun rise unless he paid him, and with
t, .. -I.. .. ..' obi dresiMot the'farm.er} : Rs-:;* young man, wears a soldier'suniform whetted the sentence reads:-mt1 11i rank and j
this object in view he his
'- The cause 'Of the general disuse, of and appears: to be "way off PEACE TREATY SIGNED BY PRESIDENT. duty! ," he lose his allowance ,which -

& hair.potwder.was the high,price' oiflourrTl j T.l11e..is. _a h not a plAce In his upper story.**-Key West Her knife to a keen edge before leaving. include commutation of quarters,-z '

'vViWhtought: Uttle less:than to fl1v ai.and'moTed;!rom ald. town. Coroner H.A. Love summoned a The official copy of ,the treaty, of tion and fuel,and his horse allowance.

criminal{hatllour.Svhfch'was'almost to-m2. dcnrFbatia home.lo'be improv- Louis Hicks, the colored forger, jury ''and inquired into the case, the peace with Spain, bearing the signature This Is quite m large financial. item:

:4.- of esl and.beautified home where orcharti -' jury returning, verdict of murder. bf American
beyond the: reach some of the'verj who was arrested at Tampa recently, the Spanish and 1

,\-i poor, should be used by; the- ,Het 1iP'1 ; + are-to ibe,planted, yrtxere vinesare was bound over to the wiminal court.It The murderer is In jail.-Quincy New commissioners, which was 'ratified by ,
;r idere-taabtoiable. laxury .to I be,grown, where ,substantial did the Senate last Monday-s. certifiedby ,'_
-1 reaL iVol. is clearly evident that Louis Era.The '
According to advices*just received
uniart.. thingsiie to be'COILItruetedwhen: tobacco men and of Hobart signed -
ere formed, theme not write the check himself, and he growers Vice-President was
'e1"I 'wher fthemiel children;are w to, be, born and farthers: told Assistant Chief: .of- PojUce Jones this county have'now stored in their by the President and Secretary Hay inLima, from the seat.of hostilities" ,

...$ +a.erMlr'peavdee.' In'a_similar :are,.tojlie:,'Jnto. the 4eld come and that a certain man' him the warehouse here over 55,000 pounds of Friday afternoon, fn (the, library of in Bolivia, President Alonza, !during"the
.. .. gave : recent of La .
,. Paz he nominal
: liege
t new: generations' out of the- ,
reap ; : tobacco 'With one-fourth Mansion. There-
way the tabollrlonists'bound the m dreck'bu4 the man cannot be:found.In ; over being the Executive sras *
capitat'-shot of*the
selves not to use any sugar whose .fiekb and,fnto' ".t>graveyard,pas< olgenerations. <" The place of aT revenue: documentary the finest Sumatra. From some of little formality observed, although a or insurgents.: On, leadingfederalists Mire-4.,

prvdoetioK'aAvalvedithei employment ., .... ,1.; stamp an ordinary 2-cent' 'postage them we learned on last Saturday number of persons were present(by '- '' '
: turn to Oruro, south of La:Pax," which _
of slaves. .io tea and' Queries, : who that their prospects.,for disposing of Invitation ol the president..
negro. + "". 'hereJl ano: J pottamA arthwhge stamp ,>by the person has been Us headquarters during the .l
., w I It were.brightening day, and While signing the document the
shown himself the check.Mary every
.r s 31!iclm r fcj -4:: .. gore forged war, ,he, had only: fifteen1 hundred ..itroops'ot'halfttthe
that now .they anticipate no further and the secretary of state
than 0'9 a-farm. Here become ; Hopkins, a negro woman living president triutmibeeiwith'
lJ J.t. .!Si.. ,ywpa D iT *>" H' iT '" > ':-funderstood ,
t "y tha'eidealng j-f name"F'aiher. 'in the-snburb'of Leesbnrg knownas : trouble disposing of it. We still sat at the round table in. the een'treot
street-flirting ''entertain wiich he laid serge ,to the capital
!:\. < practice may .'-The"Gia'Fathe Itohe last :week! said, to say that the tobacco is'in fine condition the library. The pea was an ordinary -
'NevrtoWide4.. deserted
ot.m:: seemingly innocent pastimei ; many having to the revota*
c.r. ln.)tba.t '\l;'-O *'b..tovfdeneo.*unroll: ** i1eft *,the*heat.i be, one hundred and twelveyears" 'old. and hardly believe that. a better gold one; which '
r V 'tt.ma.v.be.. "..,' t...>orO.own..." .s4c w7'14J1.:..... 'Surfed'fedrV- ;leaved .nils 'the "TEe evidenceTseems, to sustain her lot can be found at any tobacco ware- uses in his office1' work. The movement. : .
rape .
; when a respectable young man desires : ed reports have been received of horrible I
+ 'wine drink 'to claim of being than centenarIan house. Some of our farmers have ceremony occupied only a very ''few "
fhe acquaintance of one whotnayltomeday + .*kjn!.with.itoew ,, gives : more a deeds committed by.the Indians' ;
large quantities of tobacco stored in minutes and at Its conclusIon Secretary
; becoms.-k Umtte.L9ta 4oes.nc4>go thir sty: ,ottttiqbeu'ttifiesbhe, gardenccithjnany for she had a daughter' Aunt) "the iartae: country between! Oorocoro
warehouse, notably among thembeing Hay replaced the document in
hued several
theair'withfagranoemadeataoag Louisa Jenkins 'who died
: flowers perfumes : :''
onthe'street and seekheso.- nrntth "a'
the..1rt :
tout 16ce
't : 21 .m..a : ; 'p
: W.T., of Columbia and took it to
of 60 Henry City, its crimson velvet cage
; the eral months at the years.
; ago age
raln*. through iUrtp D.1 'Bn ; I
nr t
.j ,, J. B.Hodges,.W. O..Hoover,J,"W. Nib- Statd for transmlsskm -
meadows. Hea rnaii"is'rithdephilosophk'ia -Guavas be'.made seedless by ; the Department:
.. "'o'ft"the other';band,' the'flirt-'of:Che j l' es ,too. : ; can the overlook :
laek, Marcnm \& cCIeJtdon, G.> A. Madrid.THE tojfs glory-oe a.man 4o
toeholds the of the tree when to
-street;, 'm-tter''boW: innocent-'inlQ' ;the: on:erery3mnd splitting. body\
jno : J matterTfo j
a st9p.tnr1t
Smithson + ; :. 4'
and others. "We that
'"' +', : and a section trust
'laarfb the evld nceof 'design. setting it out, removing
I 1 farri r'1ntenttons\ mabe is : .will be able .CYANIDE CASE, : Jit tie whifflt.that barksat'your'heels, Cj
they dispose ortheir ;
Faith to'break the ,
noCineedJoerUlnry pith connec
< 'elweuld seek as nislife's com< does of,the so as :
tobacco. The Inquiry into-"heMeathJ'of. Mrs. ).a-1\Ute'of-time.'* Toss-of.of ::
thewonndto.nnowitto a'agood.fgnie.Lake city ignfty! .
=; eslrescnrlt -'fh"'t"aila tike. the''lzei .-Southira-Pro* Lion.Then'care ally wrap I ; ... 'Y:
fi _u 1.', .... __" JJ;! :neaJ.; ,It has,been .suc- Tobacco Plant; ', < ,),Kate J.-Adams, who. '"died. '"alter'taking" -. toj iayrr. othia-.;, _, pquirder., : > ,
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The attention of our readers is calledto The first electric lights for the streets cello about two years ago, since which '

tIAMl MINCE MEAT.MUJ the announcement in our Cocoanut of Miami were turned on last Friday time she baa lived with Mr. and Mrs. B
Grove column of the dance, to be givenat nlgbt. The lights are of 10-caodle Neilson,and by her many noble and Fruit
i the club house Christian qualities had endeared herself w. Kan....,. aD
'at Cocoanut Grove power, suspended from poles placed -
Uiieellueou Mini Hatters kinds and ifass of '
p tonight for the benefit of the truokers from 76 to 100 feet apart along the to the hearts of all who were fortunate ff

Mach Mixed Modestly HeDt oned. in the way of providing seeds and fertilizer street. Friday night the park section enough to form her acquaintance. :fr 11 ,

to enable them to bring out and a portion of the drive to the depotwas She leaves one son and a daughter and Orange ,J pgoI ,; ;

Work has been started on the extension their injured crops. lighted. The work of construction several grand-children, among whom .x ml'L' ) .

T: of the telephone line up the river C. E. Grey son sells Haskell'a fancy and installation has been goingon is Mrs. Dr. R. E. Chafer, to mourn her Tanks .
in during the week,and ere many days loss, and who have tbe sympathy of .-.
; to the pumping station, taking the crown creamery butter. It is the best: ::1,
golf grounds, where a station will beestablished. in this market. B-12-tf the entire' city will be illuminated. their friends in this their bereave Crotons and' t.. ...t ..1'\0' j'2
ment. The funeral services were held If: JE If P'r'
A. F. Lang exhibited to us this R. A. Lawrence, who for a long time 6.I.DHISl'SMj 4< ;'
at the cemetery at 10 o'clock on .1i' ,
-j 4. E. L. Bradbury, who baa five acres morning a bouquet of geraniums and was steward on the Key West and later 'Vf Patatkan h ,:,.S .
Wednesday morning under tbe direction M St.west of ,
of tomatoea a ) Ooooa Plum, coveredup 1 minionettes which were unprotected acted in a similar capacity upon the .
of undertaker $. H. King, tbe foe C.talogae. l-M-lM-p*. i
hit entire field,oD41Ja04 escaped I in any way Monday night and are as Plant boats between Tampa and Havana Rev. C. Fred Blacburu officiating. "

damage entire)j. He will have a small' fresh as they were before the frost. has this week taken the positionof
Mr. and Mrs. Neilson and family desire wr
fortune at a revolt. A good many Mr. Lang reports the pineapple! in steward on the Miami. Mr. Law- the
through columns of tbe MXTBOPOLIS
I others did likewise and are among the the Cocoanut Grove section as all right, rence has removed his family to Miami to their gratitude to- The Keystone.
while lemons limes and and hereafter make his express
,fortunate ones oranges expects to the friends wbo so kindly assisted and =pet
grapefruit are uninjured. home here. He will be found a very sympathized with them in the loss of
You get a chance at a valuable talking the their mother. Just received a fine line of.Oil e4 *>>r artists of nfrfe.niiessiiUsi
;, r machine with each dollars worth The citizens.of Miami and our neighbors gentleman by traveling Kccro Life In the South. 'Palnt1D.E" .
and Bpecial Novelties In Banquet la Valearlc and Gold Hat sad, _,
of goods purchased BewelTa. Tick- public one thoroughly qualifiedfor A sluggish liver causes drowsiness, PI
in this vicinity are urged by the wrootht Iron and Gold Plate w -
eta given out to Feb., 28th. 0-10-tf the duties of his position.To lethargy and a feeling of apathy. Dr.
y common council to attend the citizens' M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine arouses Books Stationery Artistic N Goods & /
r Major,K. 8, Boynton of Boynton is meeting at the school house next Monday parties anticipating setting out the liver and cheerful energy succeeds"sluggishness. , Novelties,Fancy. ,

reported: to have! saved his entire crop, ,night for the purpose of taking citrus trees, I would respectfully invite febCard My place. of business known asAMTHZ XXYSTOHX." and is located 0poatt the
acres I an inspection of my stock before .. . Poet.omce.cofDer of Anne<(I sun he. pleased to eater M '-
of!SO of tomatoes without damage such action as may be in the interests purchasing. C. E. DAVIS, f the trade at all times. Don't fail to call and examine ay stock and see. the haadsomeit .''

bj covering! the entire field with dirt,: of securing the location of the county ,6-12-tf Cocoanut Grove, Fla. of Thanks.I . A fine assortment display in of this hendome erne ever Florida offered' Photographs to the pablla. la hen.their aataral eoleta/eheep." . -."=
; employing Monday,jevery person In I at Miami. The call l issued by the desire to express my gratitude to Also beautiful Screens and Window Heats. -
that section whom .. oould ''hireregardleaa Charles A.Cooper and family of Daytona the friends of my late deceased husband -
money Council in the fiat column of
appears left on the schooner Royal Palm and myself for their many act of THE KEYSTONE .
of price. our first page. Tuesday, after a week's stay in Miami, kindness and sympathy in my bereave ',
Aa it ia AVENUE C AND 12TH STREET. A. J.: .
ment. impossible for me to KOLBPRCf. .?
At I o'clock next Friday evening, for Baracoa, Cuba, where Mr. Cooper "
Major N. S. Boynton has adopted a see each one of them personally at the 6-lO-LfS-m s:
the 4tb inat.,an entertainment! consisting somewhat unique method of prices for will locate and engage either in fruit present time I take this means of expressing - ri f
of innate,recitations, etc., will raining or real estate business. Mr. my thanks. '
his hotel at Boynton. to
be Iiiven for the benefit of the trackers entertain guests as follows:: i iFor the Cooper was on the staff of General MBS. ELLA KXOWLTOX. Ludden '& Bates Southern Music: House: .
of Oity and''Little,Hirer who /: that
.Lemon first day. 1 cent, second. dajr 2_cents, Gomez during theirar in island A two or three weeks' course of Dr. ..

have "been injured'.by the ..recent.. .. third day 4 centllfobrth.da18 cents and was so well pleased with the country M. A. Simmons Liter Medicine will to of Jacksonville, Fla.,beg to announce tfiattli.. ',
tost. See email Mile.r ./ .n4..ln his double f i1'days. .Figure that he now proposes to make Cuba regulate tbe excretory functions that
A r '
i -;"rr*y" ?r f f.- they will operate without any other ,
Qf sweet sAd:delicate,fJatrpr if Das Hop>> and you will tee, ,that the :guest his future borne. William P.Talmage, aid. febDeacoek'

keil's fancy erewp creamery. ;butterf will pay over f40 for;the'thirteenth;or also of Daytona, accompanied tbe Miami Drag f Store

CarroU 4tMoQeirn.v: p-12-tl" in%;everage Of;te:81<: for the 18'days. : Cooper party. 'MB.
4'a. '
Mrs. W. D/'Grfflng of Maolenny, The regular rate is.,'|2.60. \.J.pet day; ; 'f here ia no better or sweeter butter
# 1;} f -4 : ABTHTB F. will
y LANG Proprietor hereafter represent then)
Fla., daughter of-Mr apd Mrs.'C, H. ?;\ letter irudiMoreet Cove Springs than sale Haakell's at T. N.fancy Gautier's.crown creamery.For 6-12-tf in Miami and vicinity for the sale of Sbe *-Musie,-Mniff BoofcavMnstaH -" <

Bradley' 'ia1UDbir.fO; : !* (o the M.Topoi4s states tbat the thermometer Merchandise and Small Musical Inatrnmeata. ,Everything pertaining -' ?V
few week Mrs. GrUlnct&&I"A'ertpl&DJ.f at that place stood. at 9 degrees The golf grounds are now in splendid III to this business,such ai'Guitars,:Banjos, Mandabna Violins, JLT&O .., :
and affording the friends of condition,the club house is finished } } harps, Aceordeona Harmonieaav Strings and Trimmings,Sheet;Moaio .
zero :8o: Tuesday
above at Music Folios,eta, will be found in Stock at ,, '-
the family) with touches of her skill morning, with sleet Bit snow'falling, and games are of daily occurrence. the:1 *', f -

1 during her visit to her parents entirely wiping out the vegetable crop. Tbe following are some of tbe new (Established 1881.) Miami Store c : : 4
players wbo have donned their golfing { ; .:
'Mrs. Ar.Z. ]C.Rof hl' of Savannah, Tb: Gainesville Sun states that the CHAS. PEACOCK & SON ., : ,
throughout that section regimentals and are drivingthe \ *&; ,' ... "
Ga., sister of Mrs..A. Lovelace, Ii orange trees PROPRIETORS. '" :
At prevailing New York Price Anything not bDdwill to '
balls under .
tbe capable instructions on ordared .' -
riiiting at the home of Captain Love, of the State are gone beyond redemp of Servos Melville C. Cocoanut Grove Dade County immediately and promptest delivery guaranteed. Your patronageY .. . ,
lace for''Sti'll ka Mra Bolliosis a tion., How; ,much .dlft r nt, Js that manager respectfully solicited and will be duly appreciated! qtMIAMI
Day John E. N. M. ,
Lund Shaffer
very fine ilocuiionlal and 'Is entertaining from the,Bay section, where not even FLORIDA.Located "
New York Mrs. K. N. Williams Miss
the! friends of ttte family with fine the most sensitive lemon,sprouts were ; DRUG STORE. '-
: M. F. Holland, Brooklyn Miss Bessie .. .4-U-I..q : {
of sister. ; on the Shore of BJecayue Bay. : :
at the home her injured.
recitations Donnelly,Pittsburg; Miss Alice Wood, The Paradise of Sportsmen and TachUmen, ." \:,,:
and Headquarters of the \ '- -,' s
Cambridge; Messrs, Frisbee. and Comstock -I -
,Providence R. I. Biscayne Bay Yacht Club.

w + H. M. Flagler, Mrs. Ashley, Hiss GUESTS: :

W.M.. Bnrdine.'on' Pomro1 and Hiss Kenan left yesterday Are AJtarfd the .
morning for Miami in Mr. Flag- Contorts ota Home. .

yf. f I ler's private( car and l left )Miami last -
:RATEf3: : f 9 t1i yr
. t' night for Nassau, where they will
$2.00 and .
spend) the week., It is possible that) on upward .
t ; I : Special Term per week. }
their return they may be accompanied

Are receiving Spring Goods in such by Sir Gilbert T.Carter, Governor of .,.

1' quantities 'that it is impossible to menWash tbe Bahamas, and party, who will MEDICATED_ ; ,LENSES

.,. .. spend Washington's birthday at Palm I
fn1Yf'a few. OUf i1' I t .
Beach, if nothing arises to prevent. r ,,
'r f.J' .J .l I : ti 't { Palm -- -, >
-orf)1 1 r Beach News, Tuesday. The ..f4vk\; '. '" ,

: ,.\ above party was delayed here on account .
Goods of tbe Miami not leaving here as _

; \ scheduled, but I left yesterday. Improve the.EyesightYOU NORTH ...
.. ofthe\ Town. To sweeten the breath, brigtben tbe : . .: _
Are the Talk CAN READWith "
.' eye, clear the complexion and insure .
( the, natural bloom of health, use Dr. these lenses for hours at a t .nXAm.Florida ('
M.A.Simmons Liver Medicine. feb tim without dizziness or blindness "! :
Wfiite.and r Figured Pique to the eye*. and Cincinnati i Limited :. -: :

?. E Colonel.P.-H.- Loud-- of Savannah,Ga..- They are Health Preservers ( -,

.....- ,- accompanied 'by Ura. loud, are the Solid train from Jacksonville '
,_ In,all tIle latest '-styles.. guests of their ,son,'P. H. Loud,JtM These Medicated Lenses are only on sate ... .J. ,
at the Hotel Miami. )lr. Loud* I a at the Miami Drug Store,and fitted by a "errnA.'rnc. :*: : .-; :

: Dainty strong and hearty old gentleman of 76. CAPABLE OPTICIAN' F. 0. & PM SOUTHEBN XENTtrOXY: : _._ .J..
:Trench, Th mi1i es Away back in the '40' he was a resident For a short time only. : : ", -
r of Florida and tells many Interesting .r i'r <*
v- *
,,,-, "
anecdotes of the Seminole
: ., INDIA I LINENS. : Mr, Load was Colonel of the 10th GO; QUEEN. & CRESCENT,; :

:If ..- t Georgia regiment during the civil war, Rov: -'E, I'. i.! J
.; describe (Incorporated) SJaD 4f I I, a .. :
Mulls FrenchOrgandies: Denims and can graphically many Interesting -- ,-_ '
incidents through which be Commission .,

.j urtuGents1 passed during that critical period of mm $ '
COTTdNADES !!tLmmntmmmmm.111Jt1 & _
: COVERTS;.., \nd the) nation's history. He is an interesting Merchants E 1r. Le1rL" ?

i : p FOR SKIRTS : ... conversationalist and a genial == LfA1 T'E' dz:: 'SOzr., == .
{: . I gentleman to become acquainted with. NEW YORK and BALTIMORE ..... v ... -
t e --r: :<'" '- ) 1 = 1870). :::-
;. Hayes & Raulerson have a choice 311 220- i iIn

f Tan Viol Shoes ,:< : ,- supply of oranges, apples, nots,candies Washington St. 'St. Chailei 8t. E CommissionEstaUtohed-h SOltllnl l1tud E : 7
which t >/ 5
and tobaccos
., I ,cigars they fl St '
: ( are selling:at reasonable orires. 626.tf Wholesale Keeelrers \ eta le S tfll. .
of all kinds ... "
: : i
2'SbY J i
.:..co'.". ... 'AT $ ;". Undertaker H. H. King baa received Southernrat'tQ' E, Tomatoes, Pineapples Eggplant and reppers. gE I' x
his funeral. car, which is a splendid

Sw rf& ',C07S: PantpMShirts one,strong and well built, manufactured and Vegetables. == application.ORK. .
>: ;
.' by,that,well known aqd reliable. _f"1I'lII" loUeited.Kattouel. _

firm, the ,James Cunningham, Son & 11.adUsees made >>IUr.RqrD ;<

Tht i .as 3e ,on an article is} a guarantee of'merit.:)t;* Co; of Rochester, N. Y.,aDd gives I evidence Tamers vt and el.Merehanta: National Bank of Bank Baltinore Eaiton,; tuwwwLuLliu1wLuLuLuaItuaIuiLuwwWwwLuliI/ ;t :.

that, it_will fully sustain their ltd. New York National Xzehano Bank. ,
I well-earned reputation for the manufacture Cards and Bteaeils furnished on Application..
OTHER ;; i tlsa4m'e.ss _
i of ,strong and reliable goods. \
:< .
,** ft *' It is of a late pattern and handsome. "'

'; )Ir. King purchased, some time ago, THELittle ] W. Hah1 :

:y' Bfed Blankets. :and it would have been the first funeral River : *t

car in Miami but for tbe breaking{of a I .
> glass in shipment, which, caused considerable I -.,
1': *. 'From 75cto$8.00peoair; ; Jr { delay.! With the many rough Hotel_ l.. I i

k" -' \ roadu yet in this county .King took It DOW for UM: aeoommodaU y
open. -
3-PoW ij t Scarlet strength- combined with' neatness was it nloelj( and newly.fitted up. A

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f :(' .t,.. :',_ l : .1 >: :: desirable and with this end in view RATES \ I r It J po -, fi

,yO (.S5.00", ACH;" ',; yQ PR"bastd-"ha'.Is,DOW the best made ,
and aiost substantial funeral car on .

nil" Comforts tr Hats, of: every .kipd,:: \\ f '.theXast t : 'Coast-.f :'.' It.* $1.75 SPECIAL per ,Day CEFER: : : ( RA : R'. ,

:>ct oth1!! i1WaUjriCe all ra nee.d.' , I (Pp Monday evening, February 19, at, RATES HOTE. '. K:,. ,_. ..-... -. .. e' ,
BY'THE MONTH. "' '" '
a i .
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6.o'clock, )In, .'M.:E: Budd died at the : .
... .:your8"to-plm :.J'" < .... I . ( , ', ... and tradesmen dashing to visit Unit FRESH : FEAD ',
It 4.: ," 'Jo I '' > : ', 1hr.! .and ,lira. R.. B.:,.Keilsop on ,lit Hirer and the larronndfac sections : ; -

s, .se Nis: : at the' ripe'age'of T& ln. j.'D.:MeDOAALDISON ROLLS I CAKES PIE ,CLASS '
; Yl '11'BDlUI) N &SON.; attest l ; PUNS EVERYTHING: FIRST ; -. :. .

::: ,,> ,,.' ,. r' __ : : : ;. |(rf- ,. Bpdd' came to Miami.from-. Monti-". IHaa_ u"' :; --: '=ropseten.q 'J.IIU:1:1., = .. ,. ...I< ... ,: r.gam.. ,; , ,..... .r.R ,. ;:
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} N' For the Benefit of, the Trucke.r:" -IL.J" "",, ._ )Ifl-;J:1

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Who have lost by.the recent frost we will sell them goods' as they require for 20 per cent ':!, s ._ .

off .Regular I'rices.-' .

& : A Devolution iri the Price of Sewing Machines. Regular, $16.00. Drop Head, $21.50. -;

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about SO "young plums" were present ; '

A1k1ollhINEllllOR G who whiled away:. the early hours in for Our Growers '
games and "reading of tbe valentines," Something : ,

r after which they indulged in tripping ,. r .
1r tbe "light fantastic"( until the wee r4' 6
Notice to Correspondents. .ma' hours invited them homeward. r. ,

Correspondent should lake palm to set None so good; none so sweet'. Men's Stitchdown Brogans, $ll25: :: ) !

DaintFeet their lectors into this office by Thursday morn. Haskell's fancy crown creamery butter. Men's Oil Grain Bluchers 1.50Men's
log or WednewUyeTenlng'unall. Our space Sold at Cocoanut Grove only by II.R. +1 ,
II cramped and to insure publication the letter
or correspondent should not be lair Bruce. 6-12-tf Oil Grain R. R. Bals, *- 2.00Men's '
I -J ban Thursday. morning. We still need a cor-
Lauderdale, Ualland. Cutler, DELRAY DOTS.Dr. 1 '- ''
respondent at Ft. Kang. Calf Creedmoyr lQOd : l -
Alken, Blllott Key and Planter nome .

one section do the to the work(ront.at these We hall places be glad Keep to serve your Thomaaon and Rev.J.R. Walker :Men's Solid Leather Buff Bals, - 1J 6Men's . ; ".
all well. were,in town Wednesday. Mr. Walker
you held services at the school house In tbe Extra Heavy Police Shoes, 2.00 ,'" ; ',,, '

evening and a church was organized. -. .
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COCOANUT GROVE ITEMS. James Brown of Hypoluxo was in full line of good substantial Shoes at: all ', 4 iYA

town Wednesday.Mrs. ,....
The people of Cocoanut Grove and S. S. Linton spent last Tuesdayat times. : ;r j'
the outlying country adjacent to this .

t.- Should be -AS ks the Hands if a wide-awake town do not propose to be Boynton.F. i b"JI.
'- ; daintily .dressed' bluffed by the late freeze. Even with S. Dewey was in town on business WE HANDLE THE BEST !! ., :: '
would-be eifl ClreSs Ladies who Thursday.A. !U
_i, woman w d. appreciate tbe cold ware upon them they began : l'\\

this fact will be pleased select their footwear making preparation for replanting Freedlund of Boynton spent Fri- ; "
1 i We know of at in : ; '
their injured crops. day town. 1'i.
{ .c from our handsome stock oiX.adies' and Misses'Shoes. least a dozen seed beds that were Messrs. Marshall and Hubbard re- : \.
*""''- started on Tuesday while the northerwas 'to l''. :
,, I IWe turned to the Everglades on Friday to
still blowing. finish their hunting 'Y

T have received J all 'i itin'ds: for 'A* many of tbe farmers lost every- Mrs. John Marshall went to Miami Arcade Building. J
j just stylish goods .
thing in losing their growing crops a i Monday to visit her sister.L. . *.' .. ;. f--. $
o f i
the street house ballroom wear. movement headed by Mr. Kirk Mun-
3* I or carriage roe for assisting such to procure seed G. Lyman spent part of Thursdayat -' r r rm-w'if\ ,i' n i- l,

Our Patent Leather Oxford 7 es are and fertilizer tor another effort Is on Boynton. '' \ n 1i 'J
foot. One feature of this movement. is If. S. Nelson of New Smyrna andF. T. Money v.Vj: fSTOGZC -
beauties. to be a "freeze-out ball," to be givenIn W. Freeland of Dunham, 1 N.! 0., 1-me.8. :..
tbe Cocoanut Grove club house this spent Friday night town,the guests :
Out: 'iLkdiJs'Tfrfc.V J f f Kiel i (bkford: Ties with Louis (Friday) night under tbe auspices of of H. J. Sterling.' ""'l

the Biscayne Bay Yacht Club, which Dr. McLeo, Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds, to'r
IV Heels iip to date.
arr pays $100 for lobe first ticket. Many Mrs Patterson and Nathan Patterson, .,. "

t t Our Lad s' F; ncb, Kid 2.Strap Sandal for the ban. guests each, and of tbe the_,Inn affalr have promises subscribed to be$10 a guests visit to of town the Saturday.Boynton, made a short j" -

? room is tnthe thI g.: \ gnt fyingflnancial will be $1 success.and upwards General for James E. Chambers returned home **.*", *

J L1) 1 u' t' ; a. admission been for two or three days last week.N. Z- ..' ..
a h11 a l tickets. Mrs. Curry of Miami baa :=" .e.
Ladies i o not i call an see these stSlsh; shoes. engaged to furnish the music, and G. Corpe was In Palm Beach lest A .> -' k...'
&-- Royal Palm ice cream will be served week running lobe Tberenl while lobe ', .

$? during tbe evening. The Housekeep owner was absent.A .

c-* Jofin .sew.ell&lCO. ers' Club will furnish ball, piano and number of gentlemen from the 1r 'I .,;

:: .. | lights free of charge, and tbe most Boynton were in town Monday. i' .' ,' ,", '.
skilled cake makers of the Grove are James C. Rickards and W. H. Lewis' ':_ .::1 , :: .

... THE SHOE PEOPLE. hard at work preparing the daintiest of Boca Ratone and Messrs. Hall and

ZJJanW , ..........'.... _,:..... ri:... : products of tbeir art'to be sold for the Tdm Ernest of Boynton spent Sunday
fund. The committee In .
emergency : in town.'LITTLE _'1- J.. JI.' "
liw / charge of tbe relief work rushed off a evening ,., ..... 1
t1 fK .Me ,Small Boj's :Dream large and bean order seeds to Philadelphia and another to for Jacksonville tomato- RIVER LACONICS. '. J; i .e.:"r -

?* J a for seed potatoes-all of 'which Little River did not tbe cold "' -.. .. f. ..." f
.Of.bUll to to have ajglast! of sparkling ... .
ir$ will be distributed by Postmaster Pine Monday night. Our truckers are crip- .' j;, '

soda water u big as a nail keg. as soon as they arrive. pled but not disheartened. Haul '. '. I
fwt J IEetyone wboiainpiei our delicious One of tbe pleasantest afternoon re saved, a large portion, ,of the matured .

soda,,,a&it wishes ie had the neck ceptions the season was'' given by fruit ( by picking and housing it, and . -
.' L Mrs. John J. Haden on Wednesday many'\trusted to tbe heavy growth ovine '
of eel be could taste it as I 'O-cr3 Of : '
a giraffe
,, ,;' last for her friend Mrs. Stafford,whose for protection from frost, never g
Jt trickled all.th's wpy down. Our husband is with our troop ln.Hanna. dreaming there would be Ice. A man' '

:"h I orange phosphate or any of our Mrs. Haden 'not only provided a feast spirits however In fair Florida are Watches31 JewelryIs

'KV J9N. fruit;,Juice I flavors, lee creamWdaUrlcocoVcttlt of reason In many ways, besides game never,,,low for any length of time, and j
*? t \ called 'famous women," for' which a already the truckers'are preparing to \ .'
."Ei Vr : |s Invigorating prize was given to the successful win- plant again. Word reached us today ,q, very complete. In..fact the finest ever brought to ; : '
t and..freshln at any time, and ner in the shape of a dainty china (Tuesday) of Mr. McBride generous 41Ar
South Florida.
f tp 1 will resuscitate you on a hot day. and which was won b)' Miss Me- offer of seed and fertilizer to lobe ;
Slate cousin of Mr. Kirk Munroe, Our 36-hours l ickel ( for is
ARTHUR F. LANG ), a "frozen out. Doubtless many. will Clock\ $1.00 a good.fib
\ who in at present visiting there, but avail themselves of It. '
f s Proprietor. most delicious Timekeeper. Ilfl i.1' G
"ti ? the ladies were treated to the Mr. Jim Keane'i little girl was badl
f: i, .rj.* NN1 J. r angel cake, for which Mrs. burned a few days since, and Mr. We make a specialty of 'Fine Repairing mall .t i t
Haden famous, rich gold cake and -ft. vC., s VJ* ,.
'. ; '' Keane himself sustained severe born <_ $ *
;' ; see us. .. :
t't.: pineapple punch. Tbe refreshments upon the hands while attempting to : ,dtt i'v
H. .
dresHd-liJY" + were passed by Mrs. Stafford's little extinguish tbe flames. TneJUttlegiris tl __'fI1:

a Not .AU Well-, daughters, Pauline and with Harriet their who doing|dwell, though suffering much 131' * '4 i.&tl. ':1 '
r charmed every one pretty East Store Sukrier
Tbe heart of tbe small boy wail delighted c
Mrs aden ,
.Are dressed by the 'BoJa1't.. ;. herself manners is and one of brightness.the most charming of I by the sight of two veritable Cor. Avenue C and 12th St. MIAMI FLA.4tM.ssu .

Chicago. U. 8. An bat all mID women, and to know her is not only a I cowboys in our village t odar. It Sa i ,. ,e, ; '
to be glad of, said they are on the track of cattle, -
Tailors bat .something
x h dressed b1 the. Boyal are
for she Is 'woman' of rare character, thieves. .
w well-dreueclmn. y and In A number of frozen were
broad experience, delights anything tarpon 1 1
And its' done at a cost which that, is-going to help her sex: caught In the bay by the boys of this
,z :- ; t- withoutoventepping ,that line which vicinity. Florida East C&aslt Ry
,of IU least 1cy so often proves a temptation to the socalled Bey. Ifr. Black held services (nth

,as compared, with the Merajfe new woman. Little' River church last Sunday*and TIMB TABLX XO, WINm16C'&JAX.'iT '1" '
The ball, which Mr. Brondgeest and will preach for us again lobe 26th of It f ..I ,w a
tailor a prlcet.t Mr. Hllboorn were to have: given on February. \ '.
f lOCTB BOUND (Reid Dmra). 'M08TS vll.fkPATIODTS .
We can show you the qualities Friday evening to their friends, hasbeen
interest > y postponed until next week, these Working Night and Day. oSJUT eys M .
'i\ aDd pricesythat:, will yoa. gentlemen giving way to and asiisting Tbp busiest and mightiest.lilt!. thing item >Czm ,

,I with the "freeze-out ball," which is to that ever war mad.is Dr.King'a New Life e0p S LaOa ... ... .. .. .
,1 ' Lv ....J.o b o a..lll e ... COBUttft sea
I AMOAOI UILOINQ take place on that evening for tbe benefit Pills. Every pill it a sagar-coated glob / ,
.. !V,... E.a i'::HAM. ... t J;_AOENT i,.._ .MIAMI.. 01 those who lost.their crops: dur-, ale of health that changes weakness into JB g Lv... .. .
Irig tbe cold snap, and which is being strength, listlAaaneM, into energy;brain "
A. Stten up by Mr. Kirk Monroe. The fag into mental power. Tile)'ve wonderful -
Bay Yacht Club, of which in building np the health. Only
,8 Jnst10 'pass 'tl e iTime Alay Mr. Kirk Monroe is the '.@cretary.bougbt 25 cents per boZo Sold by Townie Bros / /G6a Lv.u. tea.. t $
the first ticket, paying $100 1'7i.Tra1i.iaatPsIatkL .1'1'i..1
..... Gap le . ......yPrnMut,..H.a.NN .. .. '>,'
ladies of the K .N /
Tbe club
it. yacht
for .... 5p /OaN ......,. rJa7t .... .
is .s. M. t
i ,forxbeaitb'atidlpleuurs there / N.
3 will have charge of the refreshments Stolen or 'SuaJed'From '.... ...n. K ioMIIip..M. HteS5r *M !
#, v ,nothing that you will derive so and Mrs. Curry of Miami will provide Alapattab Prairie a dark, bay t p i .. .. S t
L *. ;.5V ....
tbe music. horse, swayback build, abort man .
.. uO g
11.. j"f'm 1Jcb benefit and amusement from'sea Tbe valentine tea which was to have and tail,'no white marKs. Leave'* Information .1

.. Hailyipinon a ,"WHITE bicycle. been served on tbe lawn at Mr. Kirk at this office or W. F.Berry, / ail .11.1. ea I l1p ....a..j. N..LM .- l1 1.1. ... .
a utap .. .... 1 .... i'ies :
<& ;, 'For' the man of busideM, tired Munroe on St. Valentine's day had to Miami or Alapattab Prairie. .'f// aa..a.r.1.. erp ilop N .r..1. r.11 ,, tin ...a..3..1...... I ..11..1...... .{IN. INN '1I.aa
t be served in the house,as It proved too tI // e1 NI.LI.N.. .
i 1.1.1 sass.NI.11 r.N.1 111.
'1 f ,: "brain,. ..IDa. tired nerves there I in.nothing cold an afternoon for an out.of.doors Magnificent. Service to. the North, .1.1.1 .a1. :::: tIE .N'1I a.i.N..: : .

'. that will take I him out oft entertainment! bat tbe Kirk Muntoes East and Went via Plant Sf.tam.Followlni' ..... t ... 1. Lnoi..1 It a
to tbe occasion for theythrew a I P iero. II f ...... th flla
were equal schedules and l. .1111. .1..1..1.1 : 1..Nr -
t mislf are throng 1, ::::::::::: O .
t : Ilk., a good bicycle. The their house, using every a1a. aa .a. M : .t1ry. .N. N NIL. 4
... open car service via the Plant System from ..al. as /yep..1.. Ira11//. a.INe.e11n ,N.1..111111- Olt .NA ,. .. : j NIN.r.a .
j available corner, had a rousing wood -
'WHITE will fire,;yoa.more satisfaction fire in the famous fireplace in their Jacksonville 8 Florida; and West India LImited. .. :. 1a Mot--I.1.1-Na..1.. a... .I N IIN -

;; than any otberlwheil; made. sitting' room, and were rewarded for s.-m.Vestibale train to Washington .I,.N ..a. 1.111..,, Jupiter...N.1... ffYidi J'.a
__ c +sl te1DJ A. ..{f I1a.a. i 1L
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ag : tbeir trouble by a very large attend with through sleeper to New York. 105p Lv r1.r./.... .1.. N._ M.H.I ,
_ ., w i ance of their friends and well-wishers Also sleeper to Ht. Louis via Tifton, iOp M ...1.... Ilotaclsss' ...,w! ... 1 t .
of the library, for tbe benefit of which > saa4 / ; I ,
'" Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga- .. .. .. .: ..t. n ..r .3Na.1
One of the features ilep i. .t.ea..Naa. a.a .Ii.
the tea was given. .r/.1. '
MIami 1"Gydlfe 'Cbmpahy Ule lad L. dr N. H.R. NNi[ I IiT .. ... r.y, ;. rt ....1 .N. N.NrN.
4 of the tea were dainty hand-painted 8:85 a. m. Western Flyer.-Fnllma I....1 Ih .. r a.a.1..a 111/a.../ l .1.=:: : ..t. ti Cia. N.Ni..1
valentines that :Mrs.James Bolton and and coach to Cincinnati via! toe/p r //1./N1.1 L mOS QtT..a.NNN Jt .NN.
F'f:t't't1 --- "--4' .i ), .... . ., - . Miss McGuffey painted and which sold car Montgomery day and L.'& N. B. R. } 11 y Iftaml .LvSMYRNA a i" 1

.':',, r > .'afir e'- t so well that tbe stock did not anywheremeet"the 2 p.11).Savannah Express. Throng B1hTWB1lf If6W AND OBA2IQB CITY JUHCT1OJT.r ,
demand. Tbe of i .
AXIOM a. y.
A Herdof: Cattle That coaches Savannah. 0. 0. .. yggy1S14A
; tbe rooms and tables were crocus yellow
8:15 m..New York and Florida
k. .; :: j1 d' aa that flower is St. Valentine's flower. p. Ifs ' 1r.1..L.big.le..r..r. ......... Wl :
tla!'Pr a f Special, Daily Except SundaysVestibule N.N..I..a. ( .. .... i.
of the features of the tea the f..a.
One were .a-Jty'last
..... -- '. -. .. --.,.,....- train of.Pullman drawing room, ., t OOOteTW
= - five little-girls who served the tea and
sleeping compartment,dining,library twxa New and Ormnt*qty Juactioa Prily
t !'or Ita prime and healthy condition cake. 'They'were dressed in white, and observation cars,electric lighted _.. All traa of SmyrM xe pt iuxUyfKeyVest >

4. is the only'one that wa choose i> with yellow flowered aprons;;ribbons and'steam heated from Augustine :;; Havana and Nassau.
and wee_,caps. They proved a verygreat >
and Jacksonville to New York. ,
c ..; ,from oar cttoioe ,<&& of tb&U. attraction and did good service. W.st"
8 p. m. Eastern and Western Express UT W.". 'roe itMBihl at7; of.En of tM Lea Cocas +
Whenn $' tofg Mrs.John J. Haden contributed a delicious I BpMj lsTt. ..WI Koaaa W q aftsestrl :?a
. n. \+n oar j* M J angel cake, Mrs. Ralph Munroea ,-Pullman .car to New York 9 from Jaek DYWe..t.u: .I p..lm d WM Ilan ." s
Pullman 'car to St. Louis via Montgomery .'(atcsdaM algae)_ .. ssrtili
Kq :
and .'.fIJeltil t r roa mbroilij chocolate cake and Mrs. Dearborn aornina knit. \
an I and L. t N. R: R., and Pullman Den tams Ie CIOIbad with IIIGI'Ua' j\Eb: IiJU
PI' >gs Jlai.o d s wlpgfyou,, ;a ; !Orange Barr Mrs layer-cake.Kirk Hunr U .e'l Amelia mother E. car to St. Louis via Macon, At n. at anaahiq'"Liaaoh"d UM '?loetdy"Oe.el flNamabtafp = V '
{ Chattanooga Nashville, Martin n =rM YAB*oa 8na4yji ad'W dJi dyi1afUr nlT lof tnia from I...
.m <<-1 oat that wiU UDltr'ID sent the macaroons from New York, I Ilanta\\ Central Railroad. >> m..ArrlTimg a'Haw a t I BJ.MauUjt aa4 Thondayt.
Ilk 1\\ and Mrs. Kirk flQnrof rovided' the n _i TMedan cat mUyt-fcl SOfi: K... (itUdATd UlMlUTiTlBf) _
jour nemory tile pJea.urt''i chocolate coffee and 'not cake I' Best possible connections are road W. IMdan..Saturdays' la tim to towMot with BOrth boaad VaiL
tea, , sothat the above trains all t& O,1m.
that experienced'when' foa a1I'alr.and' i by at junction aDd A-&W. Service fr winter Meson Ufiu JMMry, Peopoesd'tCnfap M "
yoa no txpense' attended ,
i terminal stations for Boston Cleveland
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hfTiU' wore yoarflftt pair of hooU.C. l -. ; .' ; will whatwas clear towards made the/W ch;*a, $36, ,. Cblcagoj.St.. Paul, Omaha, Kansas FROM Ml AMI. t- J'RbJi NAUAU.tuadayssad j .
.c. go library,fund,
$! City.. !New Orleans and all i IDI
*? RAUUERSON "MtAMllnAl, although Mr. Kirk Munroe suggested linked Sta'tes.Connections points I T Fridays Jaaoary. to Fsb Wednesdays aDd Saturdaya Jaknarf,U wf
H. the -
_ that all should be I .r7. So J'. 6. I "
sme.t.or : -
p/ Cor..f D and 18th .. over $25 contributed u.-d&.48&
made at Savannah wlUl.1 & ] LittJ.
_ . the relief fund ( yP ds sda s and Friday; is 1 "" "
if towards for .
truck- I;
; vijJITyLamltcVTna tbe "
? : the Ocean Steamship Co. and the M. a f.: r rJ 1&0 April L "I'.: 'f4 \ ;

t. .... .' .-We4 .. -- t. ... ,- era-: ; : If.. T Co..to -New York,Philadelphia, Ts -r \dart, 4pr 1 , >!A.dail.sday! !gd 8at ;y ."Pql
The' Ber. -N. J.M. Bogert of NewerseT -Aril 1B.farms..
;;; w by "_,"'-O xN'GI : : Boston and Baltimore and all points. : 1
I!" 4' .. .!>.I c ';- --' '" ..' takes charge this week'of tbe atrresF M dol. of 47a* 1 0

_ J.'';:..,. ," SRi:. "'. (J'r'r": : EA'.-.J, Presbyterian work at Cocoanut Grove I east.For more complete schedules rcserrattens '. : .' ttoa eltnloraia uaTaVNaama with Ward Uaa Btaron'to "aad"fr :'BiiMaw aWOB I
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: -( and will .
i : t p and'Cntler, conduct services 1 in sleepers and steamships and desfs.ao.Cab.bissTime .. oertaim datM. ,/... jr i |i- '
r .. i: inttba MI;: :church next Sunday i any desired information,address P.'..JI. .
;: } n.tr Tcblesshow eMdto
rW l boatW
: a ] morning.On '. Jolly -Division;'Passenger Agent188' :: 'c ,. > aa ; w
..... ; asps It.- t r..ner.t &I'UmeI.JcbS wins inmS 1s
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,._, .J.--: ," .. Ji!: ,....t.-.. .:kt ''''LA. .' Tuesdar; "enIQrl.fr..nd;: : Mrs I West Bay' ; ;l Assd sot gnaecsted ear '
RI;: '. .... '''''' . 't.. . Watson'Burnett of Cocoa Plum gave a B.W. Wrenn, Passenger-Traffic''=Manager ,. -JWwn"IDa-. -.sad ealit 1 1f_ q'ilrNe,7atobos' .YID..-a-.t '" ,. ,,,
fcl.aan., :: ; *,pndv CciiCaps al-*') on bitnd.T v"Vn tine >srrr at their home at which Gai -.- J. -'
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