Title: The Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00651
 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: March 3, 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.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00651
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
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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VOL 8-NQ.: fi. : : y MIAMI, DADE COUNTY' FLORIDA. ,. .(.. Itarta wttoa.'QIDL:)" FRIDAY, }(ARCH 8. 1899. PUCE> : _5'." OEMS T r*-
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The SOOP4ISE < aUQtdaraJaooaimg ExprtepddO& k
STOREDoubletwlatedr FREE.THE .
{ Muy Minor Miscellaneous Miami Mitten ..of to nor*,thaa;9&00
Mach Mixed Modestly Mentioned.
o C.r $-_ ; .
.,. his. *
1'-. ... .r. '
pearl-edge facts for For priei OB WIre N.tUnr and Poultry SuppU .- -.... 'J' .,, .. .' ,,
a of Flea klwU, address C. W. A-.a. "'i"
;I Onnond. e-8-Sm-bcl Leaders: in 'Style, and Low Prices. : :a
S. V. Coveter of Palm Beach spentSunday 4t.

s last in town. .. "_ ,

:699 9 Edwin Nelson has been having bat [ Warm of' f fIr 1
Days .
W1t1 ara tle with tbe grip this week.A. a ; -
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Corell returned Wednesday mornog Which we ale having aeem to give new animation to trader eX'boob r
from a trip to Havana of a week's though the balmy.dayiot Spring had glvw old.Winter tbe go-by, and'
duration. mothered thosegrarome. days of rein and bloatar into oblmbn. 1- -
We feel good over the ontlook.T.Basinese. most aoott take1 toward j
A new oil house has been built for : ,, aDd'when'such"trade-Mnger (axefibrmd to th*trattto: tiaeom* a
f% the F. E. C. just north of tbe water ;I pliah:result it reonine aJI1 eoMbine*to bring the crowd,for we after
.Animated i the that great inrtuoementa and for theijlnt three #
: by progressive spirit tank, near 7th street. -' for -r of"the "" dye of the..vMAKCH6 -eom a
ing week.we will offor $Uon. '
gbYerp*} fJ1 :tmrlelfortsjfche preparations L. M. Terrill,of Atlanta, Ga., post- :

for ,.tins season are, upon:a' scale rom men- fflce inspector for this district, is a' oud JTn sday and W dJ 6Sd ;: "

turate ijfitt the phenomenal growth of our guest at the Royal Palm. : y Y }F",1"

diabi onof Quite aJarge amount of tomatoes of .'

.: a good.,quality are being brought down 7 and 8, .$
1 dally from tbe truck farms up tbe ,,

river. We will give 88 cents worth of goods in our .

.W h if brics None so good; none so sweet u

7 i* Sold Haskell's at Cocoanut fancy crown Grove creamery only by butter.HB. I.cal : e.ry: and Tinware 'Department>> .

'. Bruce. 6ltf te FREE OF CHARGE, with each one'dollar'a.worth at goods boogni '

";; EMBROIDERIES,:LACES, etc. In, the Tbe 80-acre orange grove of E. A. bought at.our store on those: . '

.' hafiBfl4nb%'b81 i Jt .effected 'the: space,devoted Waddell. near Arcadia, escaped injury )bt If : L .
by the freeze except tbetmall tees', We want reader ol9QradnrJ--.blo"'l.
to these will be double \ every
.goods; nearly which were badly damaged. ti mem her theee importaat faett: "WeadTSStfaeirtist w. -
alfordiiigjihcniasad\ facilities for the most 0 ce. bays and bars what we lIdft la'N g yy '"
_- tot held-there la no delay. 1W.WWau.rfJ:
wiJJtWP 14 ot ur Mm.Hoa ,Jlggr. g .; Bierrreepoudent ) ,and we have moke,than one anWett1aeD...drirtfa*4 erytaHy.' ;.. '

. .. t offhk\ newest. ,and best 'oftbeseasena; over too crates of tomatoes were shipped.by To the first 60 customers :Monday'rooming we waireefl': *=ce a1t, ',-a .,

,.. ... r. ..' '" f express from that station.Children's Waist,worth from fLOO td ILCO- tie: 33..oants.. J ,,One- .to- ,*ese J..arstomee. :h :. '*" ,.", ., '
etia >
Hale to begin at 16.80 0" / 'c'
shoes from 16"cents to '
: up '
'!: 7U :!' ., ., 'lJ O; in all colon and c styles. at I. of ; Z.i;
i 'IQpiseee>teRderaga CoBrsdandlhgaredLiwntst..11o'yard: : Cohen -.TH RQ.'Q N/ALL CLOTHING.: L
i pteeek 8eeteb ..-..: .... : ;. :.: .... ..'S 7 oyu d I .' .
; I. -! <. ,,.. ... ......... ., 1u4 cF E. L. Brady of Titusvllle has been in 00 Men's SuiU for..r .... $dOO ..1 11.0O Boys': Suite- !tor.! ..-..... t. r. '
I .. wIr at. :,...,...!. ;.t..,....... ;.......;.;!1o yard :'1 town during the 'week" attending'tobUIIDnlln'connec'iloD Butta tor.&O0, ,.1.. Yea'sPtahfat. :;:.I1l. ,'vi1.50Men's '!
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.s : J. '"/ J1 or '9 with the boil Suite for .......-\n* 1000tOO Pants to/.Irioo. "
00$0 'ISGi&for ......... ,. a3. .Mea'ePantefor..JUX
11JM. i.dIiiE of E. L.. & Co.and
\ ness Brady shakinghands Sailora to be eold it 60 each. Sale tobtginat JAstarp, -
with his Miami friends. '

'I Longdioth'j 'French Nainsooks,: Insure against many fire with Fred'k 8. CO J: : IDEAL 1J GOPDS: :CO ,'

Morse representing the Hanover Fire
.. Ji4tthC r ; -' ;. Insurance .Company) GermanAmerlCAn D : '
ail lea .iSfli Street Hoiel
.. Insurance Co. and Norwich. Union v. \ppposite S cffyne. '
...'t i I'i .r. ,, "t .- Fire Ins.Co, ft-18-tf .
Mulls : :Persian .Lawns Tucking In' another column win be found a w COt'S "-. .
: Saw and'Phaing. '
. letter from Walter Waldin, who spent { '
THE C1iIllCllES I 1rt1bP td announce thatI. have
I Uayqr. ',Embroidery: tbe,early part of tbe winter in Miami, i s fully equlppe4l&w'u4gaaIq&lU.; ) a. .. '"t- m
.. : to tbe Burlington Ilawkeye,which we and am prepared atteadtoftawof yr
t consider worthy of reproduction.Mr. .MSCOrAL.(SOCTH: ). "any'one 1Jfihl.Drfo&D Ib SJaJ8'' I :
ParasolSf Sailor Hats .Crash .Skirts C. Fred: Blackburn i, 'pastor. line Lumber. alsdln. i lk for qu.-, '
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" * ' ; and Mrs. ndelsmsn went to worshiping'IIn. building corner "Z., urm1heotr.; t
: - Nassau pn the :Miami last Friday, O and Vth street. .Sunday ser: -ll-tf /. t:Coootant9rove.. :: r
; ,.> -: ci ycl e eJPrt-r. : where 'Mrs. UandeUman (formerly l : 11 a.m.and 74 80 p.m.> Sunday : ."1/Joo .
7 l1 .&i" '#: \_ ',0' at 10'a., m. Prayer-meeting The IAaugaraltoa.ot ju,lInrTort1IaYlD&a'
< -";.t J ,. Mrs.J. Frank) anticipates opening l : =
.t upa
o .'i'. ; .., : {: ;. ?,j Wednesday evening at 7:10.'nunTmilx' :"
'r. '- "'.: (, .. { iJ C stock of dry: goods and furnishings. OuJ.lu. '
THK WGJST. 'STOCK Opt :' ).# ' * <; *>Hiti eTn ,,
\ ,. French and English percales full W.'w Farts,'pastor. Services Balmay an l' yard wide,.15-cent quality/at 10 cents, pavilion corner 14th street'and .Railroad"an \ .11"L '.' i' : : : at I. Cohen's. ', ', D,opposite Hotel Miami,;..every JBailWay'wiU''O'' etaW.I tbroagh r '
; ,at 11 a.m.and 7:80 p.m. 8nnr Yullman44nwingxroom.sieepersabettieen ; .
., :
> t. WMtsr lIn-JIarl A. Gardner If iq [\ eau bl ool at 10a.m. All Are cordially. Hew;York and X"'OD" the v. =,
1 1:1' phle,Tenn., In Attendance upon the I : to these services.. 15: fast man trains 8$'an. 1ISr daIb.
,New"Yor.1J< I i,
ry. Supreme Council of.the Woodmen of 1I1COr.L., leaving Lm..J'aci. {" tsonyil
tbe World.. 'Mft. Ganiuer' holds the church Ave. B- ana 10th-. it. a I-8sfX!0 ';m:,uri$JMlaml' 11 ,.

,' / :;JEvw; ; Bought. ,'to "'Florida.. Guardian.position in the council f',Supreme D l .Wednesday,every Sunday evening ftt 11 at and 7., In 7
1'e 8, : morning' "M lb -
service every Friday during .
f In. %
For iafomiatton
t th ff"1 further ; apply>> to
: r . Never in .the history of Miami has at 4 p.m. Sunday-echool 10 a.m any agent of the I above;coapanies: ,orB t =

". I' '- .., :" :. here. been'so many guests in the ,city mar '...Ttar. ..". HontFbaddaPAwugsa'Agent; ,- ,. '
Sll4M v:S. ".1. --p'.lr, < at at, present. The register at the Ko.S12 ;'West. Bay street;,Jacksonville ,'
: : ;.:; x"; : :r:'; Y.l' >: Royal .Palnv.Bhows nearly 600;.while : Sunday at, 11 in a.paviMon m.'and corner 7 r 10 p.Ave:m? Fit' ' '. .... r r

: the otber-bote15 are all well filled, and 1 8th atreeW Sunday-school 4 'oi'8MOj
still every'train bring; more: .. Prayer meeting every Thurs i. 190'.acres, pia land.'If aoreaf render / .
,Every pair. to; ,.be closedout( regardless of ; : at T 1 x10.ctTBOuC.. f cultivationabout twamltejitrom Ml-/;' -
; Ladies waists and underwear 26 per amt 'on tbaMiami..river. ,.Thi*plac*:; ,> -
: 'T:.tc0st?ellilCtnsan" styles; anf:at yoqr"- \wq L cent cbePfrthan same could be bought -Early mass at 0 a. m..late ,contains a Urge'number' tropical:
*""- ,'-' "\ ',tirinft"r* Hr \ -' 'i>,. '') fr:7 10 New tort City| "f.Co; > >t, : and sermon at 10; Sunday-school and other f rate trees T:=<< acre*of* to* 'Y. -
PfifeFt / .
glade andpin land at LOooosh Plan. _
c '.- : .T: . :Paul Fafis,'Who,bU/beep,TUltingat .m.| rosary and benediction ,of
,Will -
; ., : : : '" ; blesseov sacrament at 7:30.- divide 8Q &cJ'1I19n 3JLey.>Largo, -
.. d............!'........ .!... .. ..... ...1.1a per pair: **: the bome'pf bis' father, Bev.,W,_WiFaris t-VHoly mass.at 7.:80 every p.m. very fine* ,:Llsoo' erTaloable' properpits. -,
C n M.Qeeaffil.t..i.l.. ...':" .'...,. fI..OOsud.. '1.00 for seieral weeks past, left ..Miami .. .Angelus bell rings. ati! e Inquire of W.Jl SMojra,
4 ,M.. W......&itta.t.;............,..t.".-.:.. ...:H u" ..1Oc &ch i Wednesday for Winter, Park.wbere IS m.and ft p.m.every day. B-12-tf-ycl. Ooeoannt, "Groyq-lila.The'Mrraorotxs'nAri .
1 <1llsa'rsastF'..g..1.......;.-...;.-./..i.-. ,.;.'....:.58oach to, -
itBd7e. *.traw Hate i&........... ..........., ;'.....'.:.ii..68e each be'wUJ take.up studies preparatory ; ; MXTRODIST$? '"XFUCO>:t.. Blank -
Otlefiraah Hete fnr frnjt at-L, ., ....................-..;...,,...'--.860 wh advancement, . at_Park' College> .,. Mb.A t } .Joseph,'pastor., Sunday-school.. 14a1 *
Mea<.Gaar. 'IIndsrwear.N..n.<.....". -..'..................600Fessuit fine ear-old colt sale, :; mi 'preaching,11 !.m.and:'7;80. fornii'a enp-
', very two-j .
n 1".0 ply of legal ;printed ''' *-
'f' 'I" '- 4 't; .; :Junior: League; ,.2:8Q p. m.;
And i or will trade for a. good milch'-cow. : r. rccd type opoa. ,Ii,iv Jin en i ledger
'." "" ,mainnora" that: we :cannot" mention' ." T a Apply: to 0. O. Richardson Jon the 'Epworth.. League' tt90 }} ; paper. The stock, oonalsta otdeeda,
; < '* X 'A' ffonthei '- " meeting Thundajj! llat .
< ;1 e.; of s. ace.. .': Miami river. --lft-4t. ., All corolaUT.in vited. ;;to.Attend mortgage, quit'claims, teases, eon- f
of uleite'Tbe
< : tracts,bills :
t< : ,. held for the in t IQ
aemoea, present
./ .... t lie her that: We are'headquarters ;." Manager Watson of the Boyal Palm Mblio school buildlngt corner.Ave. Iq;paper to the ordinary blank
: casino is i very busy person these days and 'for
: { are ponstmctedi especially
; :" e"(e ffi b 1Jg in.our''line. .. Daily large.numbers of the I hotel guests : 8th street. Miami. property;aa well as-being of th. ''
induge in the 'sports oYtbe WON CO.GUG.1T10. legal forma c required''in' all'IlO'o
: ; ,swimming\ +
: : pool I band much amusement is furnished Grove Bev James Bolton, tlonL.'U.
b a
THe $i1iser $ublUr services
.t r every Sunday.
O the large, crowds which, .
: L'r ; congregate' p : : a.m.and 7 p.m. Solicitor Wasted.
' i; : :; Y'4'( .there daily .dafio.tb. f open poors'.' : _An energetic business solicitor wantea -
P"f ft Sucim tai commlasion.Jozu'H.. R
: PinesppleAlipa, on,
"(QnrjtanojLaqd: inviteeany mer--, Wxuv A Co.; .
a Ofti : 1nJ di .Stto. II ,
: i '.
ng e
.., ; I chants who: may:be.incrednloos.as to 0-14-2t : Inanranee Agente.
Egyptian Queen. (}olden "
. ;: J.' W. ,EStES: *. the subscriptton lilt of that "paper td Porto-Rico, 'Smooth Cayenne . ' 4 -
.- -'!jL -, ... .. "' .," !; .. drop into the office on Wednesdays or8aturdays ; ; : Bed Spanish.' Apply toa"ti .}\ 4 tat Salev -..
C. XIMANIES Proprietor.-- '>hen the "edition', is being', : i Dortdarraasta. Pry >> aprwoodldigebe.Ioags, ft
:'., vi'j.c .. oft \.!-palm>Beaeb:Plnery/ per siring delivered. 'Address,or eallin i
*f yA j worked .but.: failedto'Inyltewan
,,.Y.West Palm Beach,f la. person.at taw mill in North Miami, .
:. ;: ... ;. ; ; ; Mafiiger.; ;< inspection. 'of.the. .subscription.;list, , , .. .!... ;:\ -, .... .- << bdw f 'P:DBWnt4 T
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Xf! ; FaarnLt.X and all this traffic passes within ten '

milee of the proposed harbor while : : : 1

s t tk Mf ni fi : when northbound southbound.and within two miles SewingFUDNITU'DE . _: > '.

"4. channel from Miami around :4
ip VVILZB ITx e. :
,Cape Florida has been dredged to a ;
The Biy Bisciyne PablishiDK.
.J. dep thof Ufeet private capital an .
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xpenae of 1200,000. The engineer reported r "

;la* most Southern Newspaper published OB that this would cost |S&&,OOO. .; '
the mainland ol th*Cntted times it the
most tIoath.ra rail war k.atW. The error arise very largely from ...
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Entered In tb* PostoOlo at Ki>..minorlda, classifying the aiUtance underlying Times PMces. :

j M secondHjlaes mane'. these waters aa rock. 1 t is a formationnot PaperHard / .: ,: ::
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met with elsewhere on our coast t ..
Subscription Ruffs <'- .- t_.
0... r""r._.... .... n......' ........ ...... .OO The surface U hardened by contact -*
A ninth.... ,........... .........._.....1.00 with water or exposure to sun, but, the '
Those ptJlnrla edran"" *111 rer'tre a rear's
E !", stiMorlptloo i..i *LW abd tit ninths' subecripUou crust being broken, the exposed portion I have < J'] '
tor 7S <'* ..a-TbU Ito literal discount be removed like : a LargeStock! : :
to depth can
any '
t; to&ad act Mr9.)saranc payments.AdVertiaing t ir .. ,. *- \i--pf\ .. ]
.. other' sand. =

." :"' R&k.nrOLK .,1MMM. any"The project to produce depth. .of ' ,.', and am Bound; tO4s'eil4.tI1UvIal . .' i' ' "t..C .

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one oV. TKKKX iiz OKIcollar. 18 feet in a harbor inside Norris;Cut < "' -. ,
w'&., no. no. no*. T Am. : S {" ..< "",V--:fir! >Jm. "J:'-""" t S> fc,_ ,c.. '
basin denoted : -
1r: 1 tnch.$100 $ *o$4 GO ctoG I1* a. u bt engineer r' "$ _
t t sinche.. l 110 j soo oo jog woo estlmlted'tocodP.OOOOOOe&D ; '

: 4'IDeba..OO.OO inch s... too I 00 1000 BOO ;$ oo sr goo*> be a accomplished: ,with one-third, ,that , ;. Just come in and see foi OUI1 elfi .. 1 1Undedaker

( .liD(!"cop 400 SSO 1W .1100 aura, and responsible parties familiar .. .
fkx a s ;has.,. 400 too 1400 00 e9 os I "
: 7 inches.. too too uou floo .I09S with tbe location and tbe \
Underlying ?
'1 techesf ... DO 1000 U DO 30 W MM is'FREE fa J t. ; '<
fit- laches.. .00 11 00 _09. SS 09 MOO substance are ready to enter into a : Seeing %|

#, 10th IDcbel.( coI.). 1.00 00 u" 2 S ONO 10 2 MIlO bond to undertake tbe work at that . j ".... -.--, ., S ,t .;: -. 'f" .s
g| I* 'of- r. IJ ; -' fIf > .7" ,
Inches.., 1110 1600 21 ou 12. price Some have erroneously construed AKDFuneral < .- I" J 1 <

M 14 luuhes inches.:-.. : s ss ss ss ss: ,the estimates in the engineer'sreport ... '_, :;; ,. j lz,
,. 10 00 IB 00 U 00 M 00 M 00ss Director '- '
11 iMaeie ; want to furnish
; .. of tl, uOooo', and 18,000,000, respectively you_ your house ,
.er r f.t::= .: ss:: .'M.as:: SB 111 ssss : : to be for 15 and 18 feet } _' :J io/ /r
f_ 18 IDcbes 00 CD I. do it at which be '
88.8 can will .,
38 pricey ., _
: it hte....:r. 4000 around,Cap Florida over tea miles of V ; ' ,
d 10 hi.U Cop It 110 :000 N 00 000 m 00 .4ht
Local r = 1 ceai per b.. dredging, but a careful examination : V satisfactory. \ c
.f: p.No 41AJ 'arcs Wee & . of the report make it clear that. this '

''; .... { mCla. t&H route imbued: is rejected on a channel, and tbe the estimates shorter I {: f
by E .N. ti6 RJttffi') S {
t r.. route through Norris Cot and up to the I N e ,;

mouth of Miami river." .
'" MIAMI IN CONQBISS.TbrOQKh mw trM'OoPA'I'II1'ttnJW. CAB. iy 'wtbe of.;;Senator The measure was passed by I vote of J.
this week 63 tot, which I is very decisive. It DOWreatiirt&b'tb. Wood and Metallic Caskets. MX
Pasco the Mirxoroua*can,, r F .j..j.A
C furnish its readers the entire action House for action, which ;., .
1 baa probably been taken at tbe hour of "" .
: taken in the Senate lat ,J'rl4a11D| the Frightful Blunder Contest
is matter of tbe one million dollars appropriation writing. be'Mmtorous had arranged Will often MOM.horrible b mJd.

for Miami Harbor;which for a wire report of tbe action eat or brnue.' Booklen'a Arnica Salve, U. 8. LARD DBFAKranrr Orncjj AT or n. Innnoa FXA,J H. M. KIN6 3

is as follows: taken in the House but up to the time the beet in the world, will kill the rain hblxseviLL1.IBM. ,) + ,F
'lForlmproviegthe harbor of of'going to'presa we have not received and promptly heal it. Core old ore,, A sufficient coated affldarlt baying been 1 '
Miami tiTer one, oloen bole filed in this omee by F.A. ,
.r It. Vice President; Parrott felon, corns, Thomas contestant
R. in
; on iscayne Bay Florida with a.view is all akin raptioM.. Belt pile cure on spinet homestead natty Nol. $\..made Sep.
tb obtaining 18 feet of water in pursuance Washington giving the matter his per00ona1 earth. Only) 26 eta. a box. Car gnar- tamber'17.111tSo for L L y beetlon 11.Town, Utid1' Wi

of project submitted by lieutenant attention. As Congress adjournstomorrow anted Bold by Townley Bra*., draff" ship M... Range 40!?by Henry 8. Arnold deceased -

: the bill will soon know !its girt. 8-6-1& ,Thomas N. Arnold of rrankfort.. E,.. "
:,' .. 1B9nywrddatedJiiauary : being sole heir and contetUelalwhtehltU I errs a..rur.aww VI < a
Ji;.1897' ,and.\contained,in 'Hone* fate If not yet acted upon. Considering To restore the clear akin, the bright alleged that the'aforetald homesUed ha teen i

# Executive *Document&; No, $. Fifty- the fact that'the river and harbor eye, the alert fait and sound health, wholly abandoned bv the heir of th'tald' Henry AND r' _. -. -.-_=__..

fourth'Congress, 'second session, and bill .waspaased., in tbe Senate by so DM Dr.- M. A. Simmons Layer Medicine. 8. Arnold, deceased since hie death on' or ". : .'t 3Vh. ,
positive :a majority It can hardly be J mar about November is, 1888 .and ha not been :
denoting a route through 'Norris ,Cut considered eultlraled, since said due mid parties are .FuneralElegant :Dire, tot.; ..
that it will be defeated
into said,harbor, $100. 090;Provided, . Notice. hereby notified to appear, respond and offer ,',It .... iiJrf. i -. "
:1 J.H. 1 .
tbt :
in House.HE .
t? ; ihai/a con I contracts) sty heenured : evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock '
The flrtt
cl'Ji. edition of "The of Funeral Car. Wood and
Empire .Caskets
rr : ?into Secretary of War the South baying been exhausted a a. m., on March "1881.) '' before Oeo. L. Ua. ,. , "i. ? , Metallic! -*** *- :": .
donald, ,Notary PnbUe, :
at Cocoanat Grote,
14. < for such materials and work as may be mm' i second edition will be ready for dUtribntlon Fla..and that final will be held at 10 > .
PARTY. Metropolis Building "MIA 4I'I'1ttlb.l lI '< by or about March 10, 1899. ; '
to complete the old'project o'clock
f r necessary * It la a handsome volume of about 800 a.m.on April 19,ISM, before the teg-
? 1} recommended in said report,to be'pald pages descriptive of the South and'- its liter art Recelrer at the United' BUUa LandOnes I

i for u appropriations may from, time The Brother of 'Our President in vast resources, beautifully illustrated, in GalnetTtUe, Fla.The : ,

i to time be made by law, not to exceed Miami. and regarded by critics u the most laid contestant,* having, in proper.affidavit S d.tp.tI: ;
eg8 set forth
l' SledIOatob.r7 facts which '
in tbe te 800000 exclusive of complete production of its kind ,that, how 4
aggregate ,. ; : has ever been that after due diligence personal service ThoW1ntorllaYdllNurscr1s !
4,:c \: the. amount herein tppropfiated"Mi..FgeI ., The Fra teat to Be Ear* In. Aboui TAbner a Day wishing to secure this Work of this notice can not be made,it U hereby

: : 'to' amend the will enclose ordered and directed that inch notice be given
: more please to the
4c undersigned by doe and publication. Offer a largo stock of, well-grown Cltrn.Tne,eonpriataf the bees Varieties vli IEARLT '
: t '\ amendment of the committee by etrik McKinley New York, and 26 cents per copy, which amount 'approximates W& G. RO m80N. Register.Huar -Batanma, Parson Brown, BOOM'S; 'tertf.'..*l.! '
? (lag out the w words'Lieutenant Colonel daughters Mabel l and Helen McKinley, the cosiof delivery. Be. 8. MIDSE1SON-Tangerine .
mittancea CaVil,Receiver. febMtomarM ;Pineapple.'JafavSt. ichaal.tiYrd Nsvel. ,
be made in ,
... '\Beuyanrd.) Ooloud. W,0. Town of PresideniMoKlnleyta -, otherwise.may stamps or' Boby< Amory, and Jet Bloods." *> *

:j :r r ...,, *!'Tpiil. ieadlneatothe.amendment staff, Paul Shell and wife and Address all communications this Notice.of Shertd'sSale., LATE-Tartif Marsh,Seedless Kinff. and Kiemm'sSllva. ,'f. '-_ ) \'CltutarPomelae.QUle > + M. + f ,- ,; ,

"""'1\ .aj sjptvffto."The .\ A,J.Endsley and servant spent Tuesday subject to W. A. Turk,. Gen'l Pass. Notice is hereby given .that under and by Fnua Limon, TabiU Um..' ; i.. '

: %amendment u amended .was ,andWi, dneaday at the Royal Palm. Agi:, Southern By.. Washington,D.O. rime of an execution issued out of the Circuit ""* ,e '.*, uDqDlta! !*

:.? '"'\, ; The party.M t f 6r Havana Wednesday Courts the lazth.Jndietsl Circuit of Floridain budded low which has Seta
.agree4'toI ; Constipation of the bowels may be and,for T ES to rough florid Lemon; rored'hoyoad
'; : ... : and Monroecounty..In a certain eaaaetherein rt C. doubt Its superiority over other Mocks In.prn4uelac healthiest,
J. "iir : night will v return next Wednesday. easily cured by a few doses of Dr. M.
Pasoc In cotinecUon with tbe
wherein thriftiest and
t pending Peter A.Williams, receiver most prollfla Trees,Insurint"*quiekevt returns.
ask :.> '" -. A A. Simmons, ,Liter Medicine. of the Bank of Wrtte forp.rtlcnlr. u4
,amendment Jnst adopted I that the'atatement Key plaintiff,and Pric.vaddr.s R'|CHARD KLEM '
'' Mr:'McKinley and hie irate in 1.J.Arapeatn Is defendant,the:uadenlgae t ;
\v.t which I '' -
; ; send to tbe,;'desk u.u.,. 'I i I'
.i t ;may'be printed the Record; without hie private I car; : |: The Terminal 'Lunch ,and Boarding will best-bidder offer Jot for sale and sell to the. highest and WINTER' '" HAVEN. FUL
cash before the court house
; """ 4 I TbeIIn'anroi House ., a
r ; arepeeientatJnipentt r
: feiogrtad. jL. door at Juno.Dade county,Florida,on. the
: "The! yiea''JPrealdent-That\;order pleatatt$ half hour. In'tbe company of PlUeo"r'depot J. I. Turaage baa aa, opened flnt-clMs up at lunch the 14 Pay el April.A.IX'UM, '

y ... will.be made In the absence of objeo-:. the brother of our 'President;who is a house with his nice line of groceries, the same being minim Monday la the month NEW YORK EAKEIW :[
,. ', between'-the hours of 11 el s.and 9 .... the
; jt190i 1 .'. f. : vary genial gentleman.". He asked foi branch" bakery sods fountain, oyster ... > "
The 'statement ''referred' Is 'folIcwsi a 'dosen; copies'of the',Mxrxorous to parlor,bot code, sandwiches, boiled following described real estate,&-,, &: :,;In Sulzner T Blqofc- '..' It'
-.*. '-. as back '' eggs Parties jnst arriving night Tu 111.W.t.nd ta.NL: Ig ot.tJW N.W." Headquarters ; 1
take 'W
to lbloitoo'IDcI"N.w
will do well to call also before and the R..W.Hand the N.- Hoi the.. K.i4 .
; depart* Corner Avenu C u .tick street, '
:.'The-printpal! I arguments in favor York:'.with him to- show*the kind of" tag on' train Will be open late'and Section Sixteen(in,being the K." of the ,. Neat Pose Oats,' ;; '| ,fl I JtJI"'CS.. i .....,1 t- <

improrlngVMiami 1 harbor in tbe'inteiau papers.published_in this faraway:: noraer early. Do not forget that there it a N.X.W.Hand Jt, ,14 of.V'aaid Motion Biz
; of the world: :I, place at the depot where 10U'caD get' teen (IS) In Township Flttr four (M), south of Fine
I 'or.commerce+( tie t I ? : rMr anything in this line. Prompt att n- Rage Fortr-on ((41)- east, one,hundred and t s ; I IL*.
''1.''Tbt +vityof"Mlamj'lW'ID two McKinley stated that tbe President l lion given to all. I also have private sixty acres. ,

,years ,grown':from a single_:residence would be doin'to Miami in about lunch rooms for ladies Bespectfolly I R.J.CHILUKGWOBTB.fehiitoBar2t ALL. GOODS; PROMPTLY DELIVERED.f, = '"'.
*;,, and tbe mine of Fort Dallas to a town two''W w,when he hoped to spend afew .618-tf Joan I.TVUAGL, r'I ;Sheriff of Dad County.fla. 'Your Patronage. $E arnestly'BoAcitcfd.1"imarij.M 1

\ days ins quiet;far away front the1aus ..
'o?Hr0001nbsbltiati. with:ttrte regular'steamship ; : I
.. duties of his high I positions That Throbbing Headache Notice of Application for Final Baker .
) ,.:Unef. carrying pulleD -i Would q,1 Ck11I..1ou,1f' you uttd charge. J. Dfe- on. ',12th-StAtweatjbf.. .railroad. .

; i gen* '.freight: and\ matl.&o.lT. l, 't" j 1.1. i J 1 1I Dr. Sin New Life Pills. Thooaaadaoimfferebave Notice is hereby\giren that six (9)month '-(.. :

a Nassau sad,8g.'Weat, respectively; I ; Baring the Oruft< Grorei.The proved their matchless after date I win make final returns la settlement 1' TS' 01pTTg Lie.-Day,;

r: and a commaroe of.a general character 'Times-Union rind CltUen comments merit make for sick and blood nervoca. headaches of my execution of the last win of Henry GOLDSBORODGH. GO. \IDIQ a 1,.1A6d":1fo.r truing III. '*1i I."meets boy ".Ift..... ', r
They paN tad strong nerves Dunlop, dictated,and will apply to the CountyJndje ; room oTer
i constantly increasing u the deepen In editorially U follows : themethods' *
upon and build
up. your health.'Easy to take (1Ilcorporate'4 seooad be> ,(
of Dade )
Florida for final
,of vtbe' harbor by prifate has :, for 1 winurreit"on the ant, and .*
r capital suggested saving the orange Try them. Only II ants: 'Money back discharge as executor of said will. third ; second. -

afforded it facilltle* for.ntnnce. .- groves. from fnUtD;. :",These it not rated. 'Sold. by Townley- Brcc, E. Q. WIXD, 'Commission -dKB meeting nights of B.a.the: month.A NOJI.a 0. V "

4EL "xV-H a: ih."aoaMam.rmtD of comments are suggestive, ,coming' U draggiats I"y. Cxeentor of Will of Henry Dunlop, deceased.dee3Juns2lit X.oIL" 4

_ ... .. the Florida*East :'Coast' Railroad! system they do at.a time when. tbe groves in Tax'Notice. ; W each m ,]l rchants, Lr a 0.1--ron Dallas. Lodn. I'll .j,
Independent Order or Odd
t1 ' ; ,'1M mild further'south ;than any the upPer portion of the State were)! All inquiries u to taxes checks.for Fellows, meets every wdaed.r ...

other, ,;ailroa4'*point ;,in.the",UnlteStates. < more, or,'leee seriously injured by the sameand 'any bu.loeo'pe, > ainlni; THE NEW- YORK and: BALTIIORE't. tCroom night the' 7JO. 'elosk" .ij:, unwer s f'.;

_' .: It U1J Ia'ouI.D.am'S&tUl: recent cold wave,'while 4hoee'of this. thereto should be directed to1 me 11 .ONLY ." '220 , 'x"XesBittaaees : ;Js'L.1tces01es: .bsoe.' "''' f'fi.oJ. Q 1 : !

tb& I'-llIl other oint of departure by section wan untouched i'' Juno;Fla.; Tax payers should send ,
descriptions Washington St. Bi. Cluulef: St.:
established routes In the of property when making ... .). I. .
; cone.err.. ;For Several reputable citizens of.Florida inquiries. The books close 1st Electrical l Wholesale Recelvcrsv? : !
April Supply "
4 ,all(other Cuban and Porto Blcan ports believe \that they can tell r na bow to HXITBT' f,"Alt rfoDY, of all kinds of . .... ..
tbe, location f .Miami ' tbe' East save,the! groves when tbenext blixurd 6-17 Tax THEyttle \ "
:3 ; 4> on .ColIector.Dade,. County Southern Fruits
approaches, and-the Times-Union River ,
and -
'Oo t.<&
all lines.Which,by reason of their the people. 'But, whether the trouble The' curative, properties,. strength and. Vegetables \ .;1
Hotel t ,
s-, ,,sltuatlon'Ton' ,Y tbii, ,Gulf,)must:round bee.. been with the ill-judged manneror and Medicine effect are of Dr. M. A.the Simmons. Liver IN, FLORIDA. ('--9"iouoIw.. . : '.'}.: r 4." :J
y with the means it U true that always earner; It cannot 'ft F' .
Cape Sable and tbe southern i keys.. To yet be Daily. i r 4V.' NI ) J
., the majority of groves suffered, and equaled "l mar Rmmncis a Nation Bank: of Baltimore; ; *now open for the aoeotnqsodaASPECIAL J
.Kat&Dw'-tbJ. advantage l136'boori'; probably will 'continue to suffer. For !8 Johnsou Law Uo1' Farmers. and Merehants National Ban,Easton' ,, te '-UOlf:t.bLtra pOf11.' .!if"1
to Santiago de Cuba M ) the lose does Yet Hew York National exchange Bank U101 ii andDew 1
>. ; to San not come from'&Of change Special I ..ter'.'Sale Cards and Steaefis furnished on Application.; !T tom,'i'4i
+ oj. Juan, Porto Rico,G hours.', 'Tbe-.por& of climate; hut in the condition of the |
on the,,Atlantic coast next nearest of the tree* -Terri ago the orange was Vodtr sad ty rlrtu*of a flnfl] > crt.of Fore .- JACKSONVILLE,- FLA.' taam..N. (RATES -,' ;
Cl" ; to allowed to sleep during the winter and elo w*and 81 toad and entered by thClreolt Dry Dtttttle..' ftamstoo batteries,EdJaoa ..; :''t.-.,.iJ"" :
: these poID"ialaGbaafJUe l< ;
> ,tfT mile was therefore much more hardy. Now Court la and for Dads County,Florida, ''LaLlD4e batteries type,"V" U4 type $ s
... north.;.*\Tbkj'' ""reduction, of 'distancesoffsfs fertilizer la given In greater quantities la a MrUlo canoe therein depending.wturtta .."Q//'or.PI.eqtU, 1pJUOa'. ,'. always OD Li5perDa; ; 3lr

important! advantages. ..favorabl and la nor concentrated form;cleanculture' A&roaA.DtGn w 11 Compldt+ant, .and K.It b Braekets Dd. '1,pins,glass.and porcelain- lava '. ea oeK'r RATES '.
t ,
.to a regular and speedy null service to 'U practiced, and the frost or CUM a4 hie wife, XarprtC M.,Chan, art letors line wire, &DIIDDeI tot wire andScctrfcal : ..
dtfeadaata, I BY :THE MONTH.
wm MU hand
freeze catches the growth in midsummer at public auction,in apparatus on
the islands-that.are tinder control ' front ol the : : in WDn nchesturebbed .
oar condition in Court BouI.400r at.r.DOtID laid -
early sprio,; foe work In aa parts of the State Fafronsge solicited from all tourists 'f
;: M,l'aITfaHW' the. ,'recent. ', war :with. We, know that the remedies pre- County,during the legal hoars of salt npon .A.pIeuun to quote prices.and'give In* and tradesmen desiring to visit Little
8p'q' \ ; '- ecrlbed ae palliatives, bat we snail be the. v "* I IPPIktabllshed River and, the surroeadiag SMtkws.V. .' ;j
't' "8. From"" Jacksontllii--1 is g. ..Wet surprised to And-they are preventl vea. ; Ftnl Ko.4u m Jpti1, A. De I19l, amh.et II I . __ . D..McDONALD? A'SOH, **"jTh
"' r "
.' tk
Fires have teen built br,careful same % iDf Ute third. day oths,month to
rl is aao miles) by tbe abore line..There for years but treee nave continued growers the...,tti tandUi.bid8m-Uf-m, ..41 1 lsooNlmra- ./ r l

;; ,is_no\a harbor of; fwfogt,between these to be killed: Colonel 'Hart In Palatka lowing lots;tracts or parcel of land belonging BARBEBJRGaU ( 1881.) y

!; .. twd.point*.) Miami. divldte :this diUoce *- tried throwing sprays of artesian water to Margaret M.Cbase,en* of the defeodaau. CHAS. PEACOCK & SON ,'

''If.'A 1TO tnlUe north'of Key West. U throughout bit groves and may have altaaUUfaldX>a4t County Florida;:to-wlt: : :
.. tempered the temperature. ;but. ,his AU of lot tventy-fenr(M<<)block one hundred '., N, PROPRIETOfla S; TCocoanotGroYe HIj ;" < j
,)"f,. ia manUeiv i fth'at a good harbor at HIarafwould. : $reel did not always survive. - and twenty-tour(*)ol Klanl,north,. accord Up" 11! ; 'te' ,

;, bi"..u is to the) merchan. : We believe the orange industry must ego the plat ol the town of Miami mad b, : .{ '

t:'J marine:"many:.million*' in:abipe 'and 1'0"south,or find a lard, tree. -,Tbe :A.=,tnowltoa,C.LJue' .UK. .Ab* .t .t Dade.Count, I ." " .iJ' . ;. ., "'< :

'. .- ',,!,T'?1; !' cargoes:jwblchf for; want :of such 'a agrienltaral bureau at, Washington !of lot twelve (it) of Mock 1.0(1)of_the'town : .J
: promieee na a tree which will flourish :of Watt Palm leech; according to the map of wr .7r" nale. FLORIDA. '
t .hivenVJttve been'\'wrecked: la ,theaewatc wherever the apple does;'and foresee said town on'tie In.the office of the'Clerk ,r- : r
t a by tropical,storms,and that in a day when f on*continuous grove will otthCUcaltCoartof' ,said 'county,. together - :> DON ,

'' view Of the -probable.vast into 'eats IB; charm the. ,eye,from New.York to'Al' .with all and singular the tenement,.' bored> The Located Paradise oa the of Bportsmen of Biscayne and TachUmea Bay. ... G l olly..o

ti l t' '.West Indian:1..18o' tI American bany," hot do not buy i.land von .the :manta ad apputenaaets thereunto belonging 'One of"tbe necessities of mankind and Headquarters ofjbe: ;, ,\)" c !
Hudson to grow oranges;Jet; Meantime ox la anywlte appertaining,or to mask there ia'tbe barber,shop,:;and '
t ..ot.bCbof'coast 'ongb nothing Biscayne Bay Yacht Club.
the 'grower,isr going sooth. and. :ofaemaybeneeettaryto; tatUfy tad decree "'makes a man feel ""t
at in
,, :t x not to be(neglected. ThV:' "OII'of will continue, to do,so.' t. :and the costs 'andvzpeiue. of making..... barber's chair than more.to know ease that a .... :" ..., if

"" ; Key Vc XU snchT,.that any,ship .navigating 'J .1. DWdstltlamLhlortdstkU710hdayotreessays b<' "everytMng.ir neat and clean, that, G"'; .-= op,HUNTINGTON, -: _: ,;

:.. : ) between Ameriaa'and: '"West .tfotiee .Dieeotaioli.< .1 A.- D.- ......" .-.'OaABiv/- > t, the work Is Brat class and tbe work ,<;. ... [Are-Auared ths\ . Propr>.>tor:; ;-, "/, .t -d

.:1. d .':Jodfan'or South'Araerican ports must The firm ,of Sanders:;t .4WialODi I'1"- *'8poeIslWMaetet in CbanC U7.i man competent. ..We.run our:ahop ' 'f'l" CoBforta of a Some.' Located in the moat\pleasut S7;'plaoe F4 in k''

;j. ,, 'jco\te0'Hisses oat'of her atMAeys-at-UwWM dissolved Jannary P.L Onman, jot on flrstclaa business ,principles f ...: \ YlJ&rPare
f. coarse to pat iithere" i > .eolicttot Complalnanf I lied -i. JIAJtI!': :
cater to the public In : tv:
1 1890 by mutual general .t .
: ;
consent. tmar4apr d ,
=.: :-"fllii." .,.J...-, ". :>'r:repairs or'' rtt"b11.'XJ-; -' . JAXB :T. Siznzas414 ,. : :. .., : \_ guarantee.our.work..' *. '.y.Lii ' .. 3 \ filtered} rain water ia'need for .- _
.th yr QR. liIi'- -ife'GuUStream / $ 11. F. '. '. : :.t.OO ID4 11p"_. :, \ '
"";':- r Armisolr. MvBOTOua, for.fine j Job work., : DPn.J: P,,: every purpose througbpuj; i he hoAeLJ
'\ '- n S }Special;Terms,per.week. \ wo-us-m *
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GROVE GAKDKN I pounds of a; complete fertilizer and Growing Sn g.r. -- a.}1 >;

r FARM lose all the nitrogen In the first crop The Times-Union and Citizen quotesthe TIZAKURE.TUakure : TIe.Pomona; .Nurseries.r .,-,,._ 1.., 2t-,

you can spend the same money for Baton Rouge Advocate as an evidence _, .i *v-**"T"WK&t '. d' -- ';"rit

MATTERS THAT WILL INTEREST twice the amount of phosphoric acid that the same results in grow Tablets are sweepingly indorsed audaome"J89 offal a. 'i__ *ii."
AND AID SOIL TILLERS.Correspondence" and potash and have the satisfactionto ing cane and in making sugar are possible with proofs that it Immediately Reliever and :- 1

. know that these forms of plant food in Florida. The writer Is acquainted Permanently Cures the wont form* of Iad,ges. to Prwvfr uUf tOW to ?lat It." l

will till plant calls conditions lion or Dyspepsia and Catarrh of the Stomach. '
stay by you some somewhat with the '::,\-: J.
of Experienced Ken of A New, Wond fnl Natural Tslsi aU abott tkess iM>oea**.seda.i' .
for them.-W. F. Massey Prof prevailing at the sugar works at Remedy-A Cure .

and** Ii tereating Extracts From Horticulture fn the North Carolina Ex. Baton Rouge. The bulk of the cane Is for a Try Guaranteed. Only 25 cenU a box. Fruit Trees for ,Florida .Planting. .r,

Agricultural Exchanges Con periment Station, in Texas Farmer grown on the lowlands of the Mibsisslppl On druggists' counters. Remember the -+e. r ..; '

*r r cerning Our'Panu Crops. (Dallas, Texas), of December 24, 1898. 'river valley and brought by rail ."Dyspepsia hat been the bane of my We lor I Describing over 4/// rarteUee of choice Fruits sad Flower and .ml fttfl taetraetlOM for ;'"
' statements of Prof. many mile and delivered at about S8 year; and of all the hundred of .
t According to the din i reme- plaatiu and< UratUg SUM. Over so Handsome Photograpkle Ulastratloa*aM Views, ''
Massey, fully Bet' forth In the above to $8 per ton at the mill according to 1 bare received more benefit from Tixa- smeklaglt a veritable Album of Boothem Vralia and Plowenl Thtt nieissnai* fuse J

Cheap Nitrogen for Fertilizing. article a direct application of nitrogen the price of sugar In the New Orleans "VH. .. Conaeaat.? from any Ohio otber'."-John ]. Pearse.' of wUl lae be Pnute", free and npaa Flowers.appileaUoa., Bead for.' It will utnt yea If pea' area i "

From the Florida Agriculturist to a legume crop will be virtually lost, market at time of delivery of the cane. -

_ r'eVfect fertilizers contain three es-I so far as this crop is concerned, Instead of a radius of two miles, in OVER ONE-HALF MILLION TREES| IN STOCK. -IORANGESt r

sential elements of I consider the above authorities am- which the cane is grown it Is nearer endowed the earth with abundant resources AH standard Tarietiee, \] 3?:..
fertility: ( on either
phosphoric acid and potash. All com- ple proof that nitrogen can be virtually 15 or 20. The Illinois Central railway and some men with ample'faculties alto Trtfollata, Sveee or Soar i\ORA Ml GE8. ,

mercial fertilizers sold on the market' grown. Much more could be said wereIt encourages the sugar plant uy extremely if they will only apply them. J orange stock .
low rates both for the transportation -

as as perfect perfect fertilizers as perfect contain fertilizers, or ontain should;1 r.ong-'Leat.deemed necessary N.a.-: Bryan Tyson.HOW'S molasses. of cane and the sugar and fair Industry measure, perseverance of intelligence. self-control, and a ,determination a- Satsuma Orange on Citrus Trifoliata Stocks a..Specialty.PEACH ..,. r _

to make
the best
contain, all three of said elements.The The mill is a modern (diffusion process use of the possible All the -* tried tad tested

most of crops, such as corn, : TrftS mill) and a costly one and the reach-these opportunities are all human wltnln attributes his 8 .} yarkties. ? fa00000 Desch trees J{ PEACHES ;,;

- wheat, cotton ,etc., require ti perfect usual expensive disposal of the bagasse ,
fertilizer Bur there are other crops, We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward II by an Ingenious arrangement of possessed in common, but not In the Plum, Pears,.Persimmons, rIp, Mulberries Grapes

known as the legume family, such as for any case of Catarrh that cannot blowing It Into the Mississippi river. farmer same proportions by all men, or all and other fruits ad flowers adapted to Florida FlaatUs ta proportion.

clover, cowpeas, beans, etches, etc., be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. The diffusion process extracts an increased or all Ideal farmers. We
knew: a farmer once who was noted for Over 100 Varieties of Choice: Bleld Grown Rosen. ,
that draw the needed" nitrogen from J. CHENEY. & CO., Props., per cent of saccharine matter his splendid
therair and almost to fair large crops; the rains seemed to
consequently do;;not-need equal a profit on a
a'direct application of nitro eu"to the riN '* -l? Toledo O. capital over the former crude methods. Ingle him out as a favorite; corn and UMBMBBR that WB PAY THB FXBIOBT and that we hare dee*M far the pact a
I' We have known V.J cotton seemed to Two Yean and MO that we were Pioaesrs fat selling high grade Nursery Meek stt low write
ejndengned. better him
soil t Hence, If plants of sald family.be It was some four or five years before grow for '

properly supplied with phosphoric -Cheney for the last 15 years,and the mill began to pay dividends, than for any of his neighbors; his oats i opr o zroasxRxxs ,

r add and potash a very rank growth believe him perfectly honorable in all but is now under the most economical seldom rusted, and the curculio had no 'j

management of Frank J. Webb giving taste for his peaches or plums; his The Bros. Florida. ....
can be produced.I business transactions and financially Gritting Co Proprm. Macdenoy:: ,
will state b that good; returns to the stock holders. The cattle and hogs and horses seemed to
re phosphoric addis F.
usually pifoUed4>r.add'phospiiate, "able to Curry out any obligations made_ ane grown on the high pine lands is enjoy uninterrupted health; 'possumsand

known Ur ttwfanntrs af acid," that ,bye th.tli flrmt ; .. richer in saccharine matter but Is sold chicken snakes left his poultry tea..

Kalnit muriate or sulphate of potash West & Trnax, ,Vholesale Druggists, a t the same price as lowland cane alone and he was seldom taken out of
while the expense of fertilizers is his crop-at a critical time to work on HILL & COMPANY
supplies the potash, and that nitrate of Toledo, 0.Walding the I .
probably double. road or sit on a Jury. His products -
soda (Chill saltpetre Is the most I ,
convenient Rinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
To found
form for make cane growing and sugar ready sale at good prices and soon :
nitrogen. Kalnit contains Druggists Toledo, O. making a success in Florida would necessitate and BO forth. ,But be was far from SANFORD, FLA.
about twelve .
per cent of potash Hall's Catarrh\(Jure Is taken inter- a large plant of the most being an ideal farmer. On the contrary ,
and.abont" hlrtjr-three per c5n t..o modern design, located In a fairly fer- he Owing to>> O* .... exptriag aad'contemplejttn* e ehange. ta the Jistniis, I'tvdaatiea
; chlorine; Iconttnpn) ialt), whicu|is t>f pally, "actingjdirectly upon1 the blood tile!region accessible to that was as quarrelsome as a sitting floe remalnlnc stock of Hill Co*, foods AC a great ,
value In retaining moisture :": aDO 'mucous surfaces of the system. railways hen and'as cross as a hungry dog Hardware of d faada., Doors 8eh. and BUada' Spree-Ladder Vatat+*. htaehaae '
?r would not require all the profits for gnawing at a bone;' his wife feared QUA Flew Jr. CUl vato. CU Heaters, rienlng Tackle. sut price* tee man they .
Muriate and sulphate of potash con Price 75c. per bottle. Hold by all Drug- the transportation of tue cane a distance him; his children ceased their coa JUII& MeftersU *t bait pctce. Agent tcrthe Serr' too Brick. BpeotM l is h
tain each about fifty per cent. of pot gists. Testimonials,free. of 20 or 30 miles, or less, and a* when he came home; his cows fled to boar laaa iota. ';',
ash and can be, profitably employed in reasonable that thou-
assurance thirty
Hall's Family Pills the best. the farthest corner of the lot when he --
lieu of KainitfwBere' freight Is an:;:ob- 1 I c 1 and tons of cane or more could be relied entered .W.J.I-IILLZ ,
I leaving patches of hair on the ,
Ject while the most skillful management -
ends of
the fence rails
as they fled - -
;_y Now it a heavy crop of clover or Experience With''Mexican June Corn. of manufacture would be required from his his xs4
cowpeas be turned under at maturity Judgment in selling when the II presence; was
I became interested in Mexican solemn and
June forbidding as that of a -
a bountiful supply of,n1troge will be product was at Its highest price and

returned a to perfect the soil fertilizer, and any, ''such- rop requiring is-:; Jrn'aAd tnree:fonrths lost'of May a or bushel June of 1 purchased the seed manipulation uffldent capital of te the hold sugar against trust the to growling tombstone of, a and brindle his cur.voice He like became the Freight PreAald- \i!on. Trees ........ ,

corn at a cost of about $3 busheL comfortably to r HI
per wealthy as property,
the manufacturer that
corn, wheat etc., will thrive well after squeeze was .
them without the application of any When I received It one of my neighbors compelled to sell to meet hi* obllgalons. but a pauper In all else. He had possessed fo alt pointeln(the ChIt State Bead for flew Catalogue glvlag tern o-
told me that it would not make himself of a large body of land saddescrlpUoaof teO Adapted YarleUee '
Any other conditions in FlorIda
the soil.
; ; nitrogen whatever to In this
the nitrogen, which costs about anything at alL 1 asked him how he or anywhere else where the laud and finally greatly to the relief of all Oranc, Pomeloe Kumquats, Lemon," Peaohee, P...., Plume. aKaki -

case three tithes,. much as either of the knew it wouldn't. His reply was, "Just will not produce cane without fertile concerned he occupied only six feet by I.Nuts.OraoeM: ; Figs, Mulberrle. .' Rove. Omamerrtale eta .
.- because I know It won't and that is three. As an ideal farmer he was "' Eltltnatislhrrnlah.d. : .
other two elements, will be virtually ers, would prove of Indifferent sue.teas 'Year ;x ;
alL" I told him It had made this seed if not failure. weighed in a balance and found want- I 16 ;. Corr..pond.nce SoUctud. I:No Agents.:
grown. Fr.. "
Mailed .
CaWosN '
Proof that*Nitrogen be VirtuallyGrown somewhere certain, and I intended to For a whole generation the govern. ing. He possessed some of the necessary I r {

'y -The day will can come-if It isBoti try It, sure on some oat stubble when ment has protected the sugar planter qualification of an ideal farmer, O. U TABBR. Prop. eUDI 11'' BAIT HiniflMSS
here When I got the oats off the land. About the and manufacturer a high tariff, or and might have been one-If he had yyu x already farmer
no can
1st of June I had'the oats mowed and a bounty nearly sufficient to make the only been somebody else. It is said 5-,. ,
afford to fertilizer.He '
buy nitrogen a
;, raise as tried to bale. them; but a constant cane and 'sugar under favorable circumstances that a man who will not lie In a horse
must it as he does other crops,
of downpour of rain for about three but no perceptible Increase -, trade can enter the celestial gate with"
: by means clover and other I
cowpeas weeks caused me to almost lose them; In the per cent of home made out the passwaro. Such superlative virtue -
legumes. -Norman Robinson in the
Progressive Farmer of June 7, 1898. but I finally got them In the barn and sugar has resulted. The people are surely merits the favor of Saint LIST OF FERTILIZING MATERIALSr :

on the 2lst day of June I planted five paying some forty million dollars Peter and yet the man who will lie In ,
Prof. Robinson *
i'f was formerly state .
acres of the stubble in the June corn year In sugar tariffs to protect a home any sort of a business transaction with , -
chemist of'Florida.Artificial by laying off the rows with cultivator production( of some twelve million dolors. .' his he a rule the farmer cracker end fruit grower fcas to 97 two oomralsstone.. '<
a neighbor pos&ell11ve
fertilizers In the hands of A commission on evarythlnf tie buys and a commiaatoa on ererrUutis- -' j
It is high time for the planters
an intelligent planter will not be used tnree feet apart, and dropping the cardinal virtues and knows as much aB ella. What we desire Co do is to save him the commission on ail the .-, r I. i
corn by hand, bedding out on it with and manufacturers of Louisiana and about corn and cotton as Peters or Wiser be uses by selling direct cod thus avoiding the expense of'a traveling -
merely to obtain a angle crop. Everything Florida to show their ability to make t&lfr and the commlaaion an acent. II you. are interested la .
: should be directed with reference, turning plows and harrowing it down, sufficient sugar for home consumption.If I Kramer; as much about cattle as Ikardor savtnc theme commissions fire as your order tor, it U only by handling
soil and In five days had a stand of corn. Vance; as much about swine as Singleton ., torte qnaotitfes ol rood that small margins can be -maintsl eL' W* -;,
to permanent Improvement"All it Is not in their to do it the .
authorities It,grew rapidly,... an4 in about twoweeks' power or Pierce; as much about fruit *were the Ant to take the Inldattv step to reduce- ooat- ot<: lerUUaer- 'the
progressive agricultural burden of forty to fifty million dollar growers and therefore *hoald bA' apPWU >
F' are.now urging the use of clover,' -h lowedIt'--with a cultivator should be taken from the people by rep asMunson or Faikner or as much If yon wish a special formula mixed we win doIt for,you charging ,the :.
cowpeas and other similar leguminous After this we had no rain; still the moval of the tariff. about domestic economy as Uncle actual coat of materials used and tLOO per' ton, for miring The following are

crops, heav111'fert1llzed. :when necessary corn continued jto' grow, and in about Nearly all protected articles except Snort or your humble:servant he can' : our Sulphate prices Ammonia for the aext M U to days 26 :per"cent'-ammonia.. .... ... ..-._" ..... '.. .........C...... _.? -

:with, potash''"and soluble phosphates two weeks I plowed it the second time sugar are produced In such quantitiesas not be an ideal farmer.: One wuo Intentionally Dried Blood '1> to IS percent. ammonia..... ......,..aOl
r :as' the only practical plan of with cultivator; then hoed it in one to supply the home ana partially violates any of the ten commandments High Grade Blood awl: Bone 10 to 11 per cent ammonia.. ...............; ss* ,.r
day, which all the work ever doneto and refuses,to quit it, is Blood and Bone $V> to I per cent. e4nmonlaaad 1$! to 20 per cent phosphoric add rise
securing simultaneous soil and crop Was the foreign demand. We are in favorof Bone fine ground. I" to 4 .per cent ammonia and-25 per cent phosphoric aod..r. ...15.00
Improvement"-.NormanRobinson, in It Just sixty days from plantingwe protection; protection that shall barred not only fromthe company of Bright Cotton Seed Hal 7'to t per cent ammoniaj...... ... ...... ... .:.. ......._..11.10 r
the Farmer of had roasting ears out of It, which nurture a home industry until compe- just men made perfect* but from our Dark COtton Seed Meal, %10-1 per ceut. ammonia...., ...... ... ...........:;._. .1I.OtPo fail
Progressive August ,, Muriate BO to, 85,per cent muriate 111 potasWtt-.A-p list ;
we continuedrto haLe for thirty, days, shall at least the home of ideal fanner.Though we would !
1898. .jvJT&e .. : supply Kalnlt 14 to 2* per cent eolphate potash, mo 14 per cent, aotnatli ;;1LMHardwood. a
Jegtunfes.pea8,. clover, .vetches' ',' and they.were the best roasting: : ears I demand and at practically the cost 4>f not dogmatize nor excommunicate for .,Ahea. put up In new' barrel..... ........ ........ ...._ .*..?.,,,... 12.M
ever, ate,,and that is the verdict of all the Imported, article. If government ordinary piccadllloes, but rather consider Dissolved BOne Black. U to IS per cent. sraUab phosphoric acM....;..:........ M.C*
etc.) draw nitrogen ifronv the air and ..... .. ..
Kentucky Tobacco Stems..... ... .. t.AN..i ... . i. ': 1X00
neighbors, as I give them some of after some 40 on one all such offenses in the light of
r potashtlndphosphortcadd.from'thesubsoil my protection years Tobacco Dnat. This dust to'aold t>y *ampl and t* guaranteed to be titaleac.d ,.: ,,
elements in the corn. It Is the'I sweetest corn I of.the prime necessities of life resultsIn animus Imponentis; yet we may justly and to-CODtaJDaU tertUUlng aodlnaecticide properties..... ........:... Moo ...
Jstore.thgsa up have 'ever seen. I have Just gatheredIt only a production of 12 to 15 percent demand that commission be followed Ground Tobacco Sterna....'..?...:,...:..;.......,...v... ... ,.,.,...._... ... 12JC -- 't. "
their/ leaves stems and roots, and while it Tobacco stems....- ..,;..i..r..... -....i.. ... ... ,,a-..........,.............v......... 12-W
'when::these decay In theeoil,-this ref and as.1 live about 100 yards from a of the home demand by contrition, before-the nnregenarate Land PMster.N....'*...'..'....:................ .... .. ........ 10.00 : A
tilityilsrputvwhere, gin and scales, I weighed it'all and itmade place a burden of 40 million dollars can .become an, Ideal farmer.-Texas souse or this in JM*>ound'sacks, 85 feats! or by the"ton..... too ,
succeeding"crops 109 bushels and on the consumers there Is presumptive arcs-pOt upIn any else package-, !**cents per pound; or by the too.....SO.OS, .; .
can get it, and atjhe-same time the re-; ? pounds 9f4110 evidence that making in the Farm and Ranch. Nitrate of Soda 17 to 20 per.cent ammonia...... ........... .........../........... jtcePotWb 1 j
': svlting.bumue puts jthe soil In the soundest corn I ever raised,and. au off sugar High Grade. 99 to K per cent..sulphate potash 49 to'o per cent. actvaL... #es "-
: of five acres. I think we' used and United States cannot be made generally Potaab Low Grade. 48 to 6* per cent sulpphate potash, aft tl as per cent.acta1_..; ..... w -
finest mechanical' condltion.f--J.' LinnLaddHayCity gave away fed, eta, twenty-five bush profitable even with nearly a nun '. :Breeding the Dairy Cow. Add Phosphate! If to 15 per cent. &Tallabfepho q bOric add................... reps ..
;TexasIn the. Progressive dred,per cent tariff on raw sugar. Mr. F. A. Abbott, writing In the Blood and Bone Bone Acid Phoepfcate. Dissolved Bone. Sulphate Ammonia
' els before it It had
gathering never eac..CoU Seed Meal and Land
Farmer: of way 10.1898.Mr'Ladd'Ia aDd Kalnit are put up In 200 pound a Plaster C
agricultural any rain on It after '!the 13th 'day of The American agriculturist and National Rural' says: 100 pound sacks. Potash all kinds except 1tlait. S4 pound. Ntttat Soda .M
a popular July: But It was perfectly green until some other "anti-lmperlaHst" agricultural Hence I say' for general practice. If In Uneven sacks from 200 to 100 pounds.egWoo Ashes. krrela of 150 pounds;' .
wrlterand: is well known throughoutthe papers are Just now Intensely exercised the dairyman thinks be cannot afford fobaocO Drat,tau\100 and.I26.p of >b0 to 460_ .. '
nearly frost, and never wilted or twtltd'11P11n:1dr7tweather -
Union 4o all readers.i of:agricultural over the danger to the sugar to thorough -.
' t ;. that followed purchase high grade or' E. O. PAtfMTER & CO., '
We have sufficient confidence
4 papers. Industry. bred stock let him select the best cow "
after the'13th of July i it Is a
. "We have long been satisfied that In the administration and congress r'
he has and breed them to males of the JACKSONVILLE FLA. .
the he
for farmer ,
great thing as can
a the farmers of the""South can save half to believe there will be no legislation highest type of butter producing ...'.
the cost of the fertilizers used.and at make It after his graln'crop'and have to Interfere with home Industries strains he can find within a reasonable
the tame time use more' an'the1 do such luscious roasting ears; to feast that will give assurance of supplying distance, if he cannot afford to own a . ....'. ,
now. upon when vegetables;are scarce. AU the home demand at a fair bull of such quality himself. 1 _ Ton' find C."DMA wno 1* interested hi

."But ,Instead of paying for 200 my neighbors will plant It another price, even at some higher price..thanIt Opportunities for patronizing ,the 1 --ANCER the.welfare of Florida and you will find .
year. I give Texas Farm and Ranch3edlt be Imported. the'' one who i* In no email way folly
can beat blood of an breeds of..tack are
alive to th* Interest ,of'it* _
for it all forrh'wouldnot have -
,. The sugar beet Industry should have vastly more common now than In the the city of,.' .
Catarrh isi mown anything about It, had It' not a fair trIaL It has been Intensely agitated earlier days of the Introduction of ,
been t for', Texas ,Farms and Ranch. the past three years but capital those breeds. In most localities the 'CUREDWith 7

* "OivvNot Now,.who cant doubt'me when l'1A1 It 1 U very slow to Invest not we believe, best males are standing 'for'from one JACKSONVILLE : -. .

', I ; is :worth,many times: what it cost me from fear,of adverse legislation, but to three or four dollars a service.1 Soothing Balmy OUs. .. ..
Incurable '
I as a.subscriber to.lt, for this Is only, from doubts of a paying Investment Never,breed a superior,female to agrade Cancer.Tumor Catarrh.Piles it will not occur to him that be 1* 'sot *o "t
one of the many valuable lessons' even' with nearly a hundred per cent bull if the progeny Is to.be kept Eczema and all Skin and Womb Disease Often, and Interested kindred although be U In* home, hi* tawny. a

But It snnot-be4curedbjspraTt| have learned from reading it4 pages,-- protective tariff. The same is true ot Write Illustrated Book. Seatfree. Address may \

washes ,end inhaling,tntxturetf'whfcS a'M. Bestln 'Irarnlisnd Ranch cane growing and manufacturing In E: .ItS .a.i .

reach only the surface. The disease it Florida and Louisiana. If not why Kansas CIIY.'M_ .,____.' TAMPA . -
does capital lying idle difficult to find n.
In the blood, and can-only .reached : ,
through the blood. 8.'S. S.'isthsonlj; %hy"will you Jet your PIP and investment at two per cent to five percent /tN : not only a: winter resort of great DI'OI .

'remedy Catarrh which;' it coxes can have.the disease any effect permanently upon Chicken when LMorgan die with, KlMlmmeehas Cholera, .oup a,-medicine etc., hesitate of soil?labor Is.it or'not climate that the, or condition rea-- tr dos "SoAd b dreRRbta. I M'( firnl i Trees to Burn : nence but,\cote la ,the of entire the busiest Booth iprogreselTe most ;. fi _

sonable transportation faculties and
\ and forever rids the system d '
rrery trace.of,the Tile complaint. which, will surely ave them. rates win not Justify the risk of Investment prices And to for clean neSS up 80 daye stock will tell. at very, low AND ..

Xla' Joule_01ra, el Ifontpsller. OWa..wrltejl Price by mall 25.eta.. %. pound. ? There are cane lands In Orange,Peaches* Pears, Plume, y .

," tl eras aft Florida and. Louisianan) sufficient to Artl tioMONUMENTS Persimmons,Boset Nat Trees,Etc-. Etc like It* elder sister tie Mothermost dty.
\u 1"v: :* atcte .from? 'iaiuej' grow all sweetness; required by the Bend a list of what you want.for prices. Stock of our tn. rD&I'\\.\I DIoDe the, uniane sod rf
United States. Bu forty_ 'ears of beautiful dty.of'i -
alib-Caiarrk* and al Care of Maturing 'Cabbage. protection all nr t-ciass. _,
csa aka or bounty hag induced very Summit Nurseries nontlerllo, FlAP -
: ,w :
w -satfedag It' produce Among the gardens In I France* says few additional sugar mills. There i, KEY: WEST

better ,taaa X. *Tn one who visiting there It Is customary sugar beet land enough \lln the sugarbeet 1:

r sprays and, for them to half pull up and tip belt across the con nent to produce t p. :
,\ .wasaeireertU4 their cabbage plants that water for home demand and export Is doN to the warm'w&tera of the fa-
so sugar !! '
> Hf tae doe moua.Gulf. and each ,
UEC'OTm m........ \ thereby connected
ton relieved ISM enly may drain out of the leaves. .They say If after a fair trial of the new for aas yet both AN linked.to '

1 ttmporarlly, aaj' that If this Is not done the center-w111) departure not more than 20 per cent. THE LATEST DESIGNS OrGarble v V fey ; the WWI4 W theb t *

.Qou a I wed Iheai rot or the leaves sun aoa14..WebaTe ol of the home demand Is produced, it Is ty, OP Isy', pJe -

tan_J fI.he';dUeeMkadaneer : s ten_done the same thing ourselves not time the 40 or 50 million tax on one of : h rm' i f f4JJ 'RAILWAYInthe -i
... aeld tbaa ever. I tried a Btatwr.. to prevent rot or sun scald, but to check the prime necessities of life for the G9 ; If r.

<\Uoodreaidla. that mineral tagredleatlSstttedia the rapid growth and, prevent jhem benefit of the 12 or 15 per cent production . 'a d ,.
'.. ay boae and gin sat>ae.matUm from cracking ,open,before, we were (should: be removed. : ,$ral1itee tom' : kt* name country only remarking we leave that;you J'o1J-oaa.to tier e*.

4 .1....1m laaeataUe eoadlttea,and after eaaattmgalltreatmeBtwMdeelaredUeBAUe.-' ready to take them to. marketIt \. sd'Re huti err tub o fl more from it* oar window than by any Mother
,w r ro..r unonsc.u..uw way' It you cannot find it* name
Th Ideal Fanner.
is a very small garden In France here look
on railway ticket its
nos your
tedag a.....advertised.as e ear Ace.blood<< which floes not nave one or'more shelters An Ideal farmer must be an "all Iro1'Pelol1'Jr' rqu t.'t'
- i'1Stt
elSMSs*.!.deetded.to,try'It?c A* *ooaas ny cheaply:built and straw thatched, round man." The home andtthe; farm -For cemetery and lawn enclosures. I

.I alitsa was wader ta* ..-of tae Budldne, perhaps.1n which to keep the fruit and cannot be separated. If home life Is a >i d8q TilE ,BEST ROUTE.I ;
I began I* sad attar -
: ivpreve taking it tot vegetables shaded from the sun or .
protected : failure, the entire outfit Is ditto. A bad
.we-wonta* :var'eued All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable. : t .
; eeayletely tai
Croml yin.jwhlleI|bet work.of matf! '
can ne.verbeTa,: good farmer nor ,_
dreadtal dlssss wes aradteoird tree Wq*jilern > Correspond-wlthi::a:milQEOr -.oJ rates rw.
In For particulars' ecnedule etc,
gathering Is going on.:. this matter an Ideal one.' It Is not necessary that ,
,aad kav bad a o return oi it,1 U Wholesale Produce write to O. D. Ackerly General Passenger ,
cMas 1hnir'beaakD11oe&l tiN'IIIID' \. some_of' :our g rdener's.might learn a he be an angel nor that he,shall have /?. NICHOLS A CO., s S'MI.1'-l1 Commlsalon Merchant Agent. Jacksonville, I'lL # ;:
lesson from,them.- :ItlI.b1'Ult these experienced entire sanctification., As a 8M Harrison Street
,f 'ears,aD\IX"thauetvarr Southern wesetcbles'P' tatoee, Apple,
little niceties of care In gatherfng'andputting' . .
t oranow thane vsr,1 Atrialef'' '* matter of predilection, we would rather TAMPA, PUQKIDA.N. Peaches Tomatoes, Cabbage Poultry and
up'thelr-products; that the undertake.to make Ideal farmer
t an
o Kgga. Send for c1reu l. 85 8. Diamond 8t-
: : r French gardeners are able.to,compel of an ordinary human';being, ,with b.e Allegheny. Pa. Educate for a Situation

S' .S'- 'Blood la London market with"the'EnglU! : passions. the rest of ,us; one who -

their products so far, and!who could, because he. had "been there" himself, I.. ,teed railroad poiiUon f f.n.%you noekkeeviag.Bkenkud ,braldcs paringroer Oy

Jbc.OaUnh.ffll trore it:to,b* ib'.mM' remedj If they would take the same pains, put than'of: angels: or saints. We even; ?. N io; 168"DEYIEY'f ... TeteTaayrMassey's 1 :1
. ...
ItwOleontteaetlob.Books > .
their,fruit : w rststi ruomx
;: or vegetables in 1 the marke doubt the, practicability, of making rues
'... atinate o. .. .. .
oH. .j".A 'i;!. ") ,N.t..t +< fresher looking than'those which bar even passable farmers out of either. sw.ea e'- sLI'MRCA
.. mailed bee to address fcf come"' hundreds ,- ', I :. : DWnnt COLLEOsr"
any of1 mfles AmerlcanCultivator
:- Fanning Is a human occupation ordained -- srwr.... "; 0...
Bwiftfipecifle Co.,.Atlanta. G v'!' s-.,' /. '-- .-w / f f *, of. God, ,and for :which he has : N..TJ. .7.39- "A.IIIICHEl1.I&J1III. Bend at otve for tatogoe Kotte -- T i
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r \ " If it falls to cure to merchant
go your .


PLANTATION CHILL CURE_is Guaranteed We j VAN will"VLEET-MANSFKLD refund to him. Price DRUS CO 5O,,cts. "

i,'Proprietor*, MEMPHIS, TCJ4N, :: "

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Bank. of Bay
z io Says Walter Waldin After :'Trip' ''. d

of Inspection to the Bay Country. :

v 1. Highly Plc**.4-Bajrt 49 Atret of Trnek J. S. Warner: ;
FLORIDA.d Luds- H.I Opinion M Publlitod Uil d
i > Barungta.i'rout U.nk.y..
_x >m D ;'oe &I A. ; .
Conducts General Banking the P.inllnpton Hswkejrti,Wt t. I
sow M. BROWN. I
;, PMSIOCMT. ..... l! Business. Issues Drafts on All Wsltrr Waliilnhasrecrmljr returned
rum a inspecting( tour in Florida,
1, Parts of the World. Accounts
/ which .
certainly at tlm of the ;
Solicited and Favor Con
year minnd far iimr* agreeable than &Co.
CHARLES H. QARTHSIDE.CASHHU., sistent With Conservative Bank lie Ulr* tlr I Klondikehardshfp.
' ing Extended. Mr. WaMiii went 'with .II'Wlf lie r' ,,;
i liked Uie prospects, of putting lili ex ,

perlence In garden farming to practical I"
; CORRE9J.'OI: Ta 3NT6 1
one In a climate th.t'would be Ii 3
t Seaboard National Bank, v New York. more congenial to the health of hU KVTT A Ar

Nat'l Bank of / family.
Jacksonville, -; Jacksonville. t
He found the
/ conditions ao much to k
FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT: his liking that he invented In two.

' Knauth, Nachod and Kuhne,, .> New York. tracts. of land, SO acre in each. Doth. Fruit
hare the natural product of the toll, and Vegetable

wjld orange, wild lemon, cocoanut
Btfiflt t Iron fault end Bar| u-Proot( Sate With Triple Cowuslw TIme. Lora palm, etc., growing upon them, but. {

vn o.hl. of the lost IniDwed. like.rx : are partly under cultivation. for truck
gardening. From one of them thepresent '

occupant. U shipping tomatoes PACKERS and SHIPPERS.. }!
to the New York market, where they ..
1VZZLWZZIs : : :
bring ift per crate of 24 quarts, with a
good margin for the grower. UK1LCR4! IV .

f. : ,rapidly ,forging to the front asThe The dlTitlont of land are peculiar, 'r -1"I -. 1
Inasmuch a. the Idea appear to be to
make the water right go a* far Crates Lumber Wrapping Paper

,. r [ ::: :Leading g: City! }in Sooth Florida.i ::::'::] alble.ha feet a and frontage Fur run Instance on back the, one coast indefinitely of of hi*only tract poe.800 ,. , a .1. lei,

the Interior. He remove a popular Fertilizers Chemicals and 'Seed Potatoes.

G EVERYBODY: IS GOING ;TO MIAMI! misapprehension that. the Everglade ,

of Florida constitute a miasmatic J
h, Now is time to secure a CHOICE LOCATION er for swamp. The land I is dry and sandy,
/ \ watered by clear,swift-flowing alma '
\ lousiness or residence. Choicel ry locations in the' city for sale b J' and lies about 10 feet above sea level CAPITAL$5O,000.y .

/ The soil I is not. loamy a* I*commonly
supposed, but sandy, and fertilization y /' r
mutt be resorted to In order to get a
v iFort DaUas Lau Company crop. II r. Waldin baa reduced a few OUR ORATES "W'nNlI," -Oxford,"..at..ssli.H-$azaM ''*Weta/-. ; ; lf.a,i4 l +aiw-'"'tll.I/ ,
10c ,.alllo I.V( bj C L. BU 4sH-t-B> ** rt;CerrWrs lb e.... !. SSB U Mb. IAI Ie_ ... ,_
of his observations to writing,a* follows ;' tNovoNumber ........
: Usaitr4 to .,.el tWee pd est perm ........ Vs SMM.elr ,..,. : -
WHAT i SAW iv rLoIII)&.
on Agent
East Leaving Coast January by OUR p PAPER From H.* W.a. Drew' ..f JeefeMvlU,alas th*,"IhIO. .*..j napa.* .... ....aeefjrrictaMe n
Railroad I
Fort Dallas Land passed the beau .
: <
Company Miami ,
. .
tlful cities of St. Augustine and Palatka loelsetrttolhe-pow* * (0 all UKia to we peels/ .
Or J. E. INGRAH/ Vice-Pres't but. found the frotU of XOT -Amount halted I to tOojOOD J'04IAM" U. pnea&...... .e<.4 previous
Io small lota.. Less la large .... tles. .
Winter bad played lid havoc. The :e
:' 1.1 tf.La m f Fort Dallas Land Co., St. Augu8tineFla.E.A.WADDELL orange groves and the country generally _

bad a rather scalded appearance Our Fertilizers, Our C mica" r..... Witoa A Tooewr"Fntittaer c..."..*" ...*.FUM ...
it*. and. at every a one sacrifice.seemed llowevtr willing to as sellout the and Seed Pota : PrIcH .... factory wits frWfUt a4.... x. pit eis4..

trains south thing began to Improve

r: j/, iliami City.and County Beach,(800 n appearance mile south of until Jacksonville at Palm, OUR LUMBER! From Bal "' fiuppl 7*' Co.. :U. ,,_,..uN. Fie. .tunas salary wiab IrtlfM,. **..

'one reaches the frost limit u here the Nopr08' ,, .d. i- < : ;. .i
Real Estate Bureau Oulf Stream begin to show Its effect. \ 3 ioos. ""' k
.. :
t ; ,, Here the Brat cocoa palms appear,and oUB 10 : -
->- ,r Fruit one finds the flrst. real tropical scenery __ .
r A MId list of Bay Bison)'D8 property;City;LoU, t
and Vegetable tract of all sates tor mnat.. DlGta.. The Miami,real, Mecca the southernmost, however,is reached railroad at. BALTIYOJIE. Yd.-R. S. Godwin & CINCINNATIO.-IJ. Beekky .i.nrBI.T------I. aalsuir. ',
terminus of the Co., IS E. Camden ,\. t J Co.,SIS W.Sixth sU I, s . .
Phosphate and_ ,Orange. Groye.. ,Lands on West Coast. one encounters whole groves States of Her tallcocoanut' PIIILADELPHIA, Pa. -J. D. fiendDeislgnor.! .'.t. Co. lWZFreots,",,fMILWAUKlU., WIs.-X. .. *fteiriekaon

.. C. For eofrespondenee- enclose stamps. trees'aU loaded with nnta. .404 N. Front at. ;; CLEVELAND O.-SUsngt A ""tJ YINNEAPOLI9 t Sees c... .lust-, Itesfa., ,;]Btaq:

:.iw.:T. .' __ &t i L*> ''AGENT FOR ..; ,., __ The ant for oattyn.claim each .day in jthe that they Judging bear .a NEW YORK-J..& O. Uppnan, 1M i; M Huron, st. j I. ...,&>uriAK.Y 5,
; -- 5 OUR:i CO... . l. AIRMOTER 'WIND'MILLS, by the many large clusters year. each tree Btadest. COLUMBUS.-PUteeh' A duttoa' NASHVILLE T nn.-Water, W. s
bear Stevens A Simpson & Co., S63 J r Fulton Market. I PMW m f. IarW st. ,
HL Chicago, HL contained they out the state
k Fanilixen: Chicago, *
rr ... WN ft ug
of' ,. ment. The beautiful. grounds of the Washington at. i DEXTER Colo.-The Donaldson Bow.ONAU .Ce.. f
,,1( : '. Avenue D Bank MIAMI FLA. and HatN.t.' """'" '
4 ".r.r 619tia" .>i..mI over ,: Hotel Royal Palm;many acres in extent BOSTON, Ma .-Cbspln Bros., 97 8. InS Commission Co. PrTTSBUEOPaJ-D mia Haja fetGraatat.
contain hundreds of tropical Market at. .
DETROIT Mich.-D.O.1Pilej Co. - -
; plants and fruits,and when llghtedb; BUFFALO,N.Y.-PotUr A Williams, 20 Woodhridp.\. ST. LOUIS.:x.-I". .W. Bnckasea
: electricity or moonlight are a sightnever
: rj'EI': to be forgotten. 144 Michigan at. INDUNAPOLIS.lad.lDOW.Neveo..b oao..5, :Id' ''' t

. ./ ,, ;- Although only a little over two yean CHICAGO, Iii.-U. B. Briffs, 197 S. man Co, Delaware; ST.PAUL, .
Water ft CoilOJeffersoa !L,ntrt.d.. ,
old, Miami his the finest street* of any at. LOUISVILLE!,Ky.-Tbompon .
L D16r ctW ter.. *' :Orders Promptly Filled. city io Florida. The/paved 'driveway '. st. aWe ....1
sixteen miles along the coast lead are subscribers to Dun and Bradstreet for the entire U.3.,and know the standing of erery trti in fcaaUeer :
'Miami Jce Co. :ores t :Lake :Mgr.yi through stately pines, through' dense on-Xer1 shipper should subscribe for the "Fruit Trade Journal Par Place., Mi Y.,see the staadUf siltreliability
,. jungles of mangroves, wild oranges, of the houses he does business with. Subscription price tOO. a year,post paid $a.1IIeripdoDt.ncel'.: ( *sad ,
,, .' ., .' \ lemons, magnolias pawpaws, etc., forwarded by: as. 4 F
_+ ..._- .. _- _r many wild fruits ana flowers, withhere '
,." '* and there the beautiful Biscayne OUR CLERICAL; FORCE AND REPRESENTATIVES. '
A .HIGH GRADE! FERTILIZER Bay in sight and now and then cultivated ! ,

v ').. .' ; x .. bananas, oranges and other trop P. H. LOUD,JB., Manager. J. ABB EVERETT. GORDON WOODBuFr1',, ..-.
ical fruits in bearing. We,here in the '
sr i A. 7y = C.R. GRAHAM, Secretary.J.'C. GRAHAM W. KING WM.NUTTINGM.L. /
r l' north,can hardly realize this and I it LOSES.Trav.Representative. J. W. IVES .JAMES, .- .
seems a dream;and certainly no tour J.8.WABIUIiB. G. E. GATES, O. W. LAXE. ..
QUALITY' ..AND REPUTATION ist's Miami.visit Hundreds is complete of should acres of be tomatoes omit- P. B.Tt1BPIN, P. B. LOUD, S r "S-

4a f i : Ttiese. and truck are also here grown for
: -Ideal Brands Have
._ The. northern markets. OUR P PACKING HOUSES : { I
.fi" .From here I larked for Key West -
... Then ;:why pay $35 and $4o,per ton when you can get.a and a trip through the Florida key is Miami, Little River Biscayne, Fulford, Ojus, Fla. .. '
l reliable Fertilizer: at the following! : prices'l? more like a trip through fairy land ;
tricily\high"gradet ,
a ? than a' reality. Key West baa many NOTE-Now being built, will be ready for business February 20-80th. We have our own system of Brand. Cr
{7 IDSAL'FRUIT AND YnJL.: ......_....................Da TON novel sights for the tourist; The Packing, etc.,by the moat competent help; the largest portion of our packers being from among you. .:. .
IDEAL POTATO MAXUK.....- ........_..........,,WE TON sponge-and pearl fishers, besides the : .;: .
tDXAL-YXQITABLB IIl1rU8t..N..NH; .......... PE B TON .
< ordinary fishers not forgetting the "
f '. IDEAL rXETlLinR (for sU props)..........._..;,..StT TEBTON noble Cuban, who is in bis.reaL ele- Our. 90-day record in business here, $40,000 'In est a 4.,1i ..>. .
.. : 'U>KAL BLOOD BOM ACT I'O'LUU.na'1'OB: .I ment when be discusses which he does '
+* .a' IPECLIJ'KIXTt1JLK NO.1.:__. _....:_'!...._.,.... na TOll : with 'many"gesticulations, bandit feet :Not dollar due and in the '. i f
f ) .' HORN TfHULTTtPT,_..!._'".._................... .. PEa TOll and bead all taking part.' The-cigar- one unpaid county...
:'.. All-S Fertiliier Material a Lowen MaikstPricee.Ask . etto, always prominent.. is alone a lOU
I -' W'. for, oar. book. .,!Why We Make. the Ideal, .Fertilisers.- study' R OBJ ECTTohandleanddistribute'a large crop so aa to get the best results. Growers
'-- The home trip through Central Flor business handled by competent men arc Invited.
.Wilson & Toomer :Fertilizer. .Company t ida was made through many once to call at our office at Hotel Miami and receive fall particulars.
.i.. -:i'1: \: ..i, ; ,JACKSONVILLE, ILL thrifty towns which seem to be fast
: Pig's Foot Brand Blot d and Bone, $17 pwton. J ?- recuperating"from the effects of the T>T '17T '*or'T7-That our houses will make correct 'and prompt returns. and that if any single .
,. ..' '.Damazaland. Onaao,the Ideal Tobaeoo Fertilizer,tu per ton, big freezes, the !tnt'of.whlch only OU'R. JT JLJjrf XI VXJC/ package handled by as gets lost,'or is overcharged la freight.or express,we win
damaged the. leaves, the second, a pay such Iou out of our own pocket or such overcharge If same exists,and any
la, C. G. PHILIPS' ADEN month later, freezing the trees' in complaints against our houses br representatives will DP promptly investigated
: : some instances to the ground;doing and rrected. ' -
1.11-tfa.t.; MIAMI,' LA.A'CLuT ." [; incalculable damage. !They are allowed ,
* , to sprout anew and in some instances, c"4. 1
r , S. S where properly fertilized and 'caredfor A sting of between sj43,000 to flll.O .
-r, What the Above leans to tie Trackers of
Dade County
!,'.. : ,are again producing light crope.W .Crate. and r ..loot.To \OII : J

';,; O. HirrCHEBON. ,.. .. ,wmaa'A. HITTOHXSOH .u: .W.uDIB. .
:--, ,, [The tv'0 m-acre tractsof'land referred What 'We Hope ,To Accom lash save you $200,000 in freights alone the present.'year and:'to ..;
t A _. :. C'' :' ;: I t.,_ Si to above were purchased in January sell crates ItO cents another season. ,; ., I \

; -: A. G' :HUTCHESON ,& GO. of .E. A. Waddell, one being; give a helping hand to every worthy man struggling to make home: for M5, :
= ;.. .... . - '. located south-west of the city, the PI.e d.g e 0 arse 1 ve S-TO and family-and .-: . vlSH'I
; t :," other being south of Cocoanut Grove. ability.

iT_ ....--: ..: "Importers and. Commission.. Merchants. -XD.) r .
t 0 . ... Armour Combined Ventilated and Refrigerator Car will be used by us this season.' Service
wa n CARSThe ,and at no extra cost to the shipper for ventilated 10,110!. Refrigerator aenict. for ..
: h Mrs. F. E. Smith, View, Ga.,writes: overripe Beans,.etc., IBc per package. Minimum, f 75.00 per oar*. "'" ;} t
Have used. Dr. M.A. Simmons Liver

Fruits: VegetialDles.279rWashingtoii } than Medicine I received for years from with any better other results medicine What Do- We Know of the Business '.

for dyspepsia and loss of appetite.It .
?3.6. : YORL ia milder and does its work better Our Mr.P.'Hi Loud,Jr.,hu bad 15]ears'experience in growing,shipping and handling Fruits and Vegetables a
.. ,SiNEW than Black Draught and Zeilin's I ,and the gentlemen connected with na are experienced business men with yean of training In same t
''Jj .LLvs'S .. used. ' marFree business. Mr. Loud was sub-Commissioner of the American' Phromological Association for State.
:. : .'" South Carolina. Hu been connected ,with. the N. O. 4 St. L:,-L.& N. C.of Ga;Rys.and was GeneralSouth
'. -. of Charge. Eastern Agent;of the Armour Car Lines for three years, has handled thousands of cars worth ;
-. .. ,'t' LCON0MT.CODE, : .mlHlUD. CODL.c Any adult suffering from a cold settled millions of dollars.' Refers for bit record to J. A. Sams, D.F. A. W.*A.B.B..Atlanta Ga., W.J,Craig, r ,:
+' T ; t on the;breast,bronchitis,throat or.lung D..F.Atlantic Line, Augusta Ga.,and W. A. Winbnrn.G. '..A.,C.of.Ga-, Savannah,Ga. '
. : ... '. t Townley Droe.'.drulr":store,'wfll be presented 000SER'VI'c 160 miles'private telephone from the"Keys" to West Palm Beach. Service free'; .:
', !' .-. ' with a sample bottle of Boscbee's ._ to oar friends having business with nv .Oar.telfl1'&pb office open night and dar: '! !
: ." t- ,1t5Lu A BPTINAUIT of .: a German"Syrup tree of charge:. Only one f. at Fnlford, Fla., direct wires from twenty-two of the largest markets ia the u. :k;
<-t "- "_: bottle given to one person and none to 8. No"slipshod .snipping of goods entrusted to us to markets already receiving \
Oranges; Tomatoes Pineapples,.' Beans; E ptati::.:Etc, ehfldreo without.order from:parent more than they' can marketwadantap. but thorough knowledge of! every \r- 1!

& * . ," '- ... : No throat or.lung t.roub1eeftf had Bach .. ". package leaving the territory and where it CON to ..alll.j ,.<.1 ,_'. 1
ale. Boscbee's German in aU "
a aa Syrup
:f* .No./134.136- - -< :We9u- Sixth- Sfc; CINCINNATI', * ', 0,: : putt.of) the.miilkma civilized of bottles.world. Twenty : WKatWill It Cost, You ToDo Business With. ..,Us? ; S''
years ago. were given / i
J.Prompt Reliable; Responsible away;"an4.yonr druggist will fell yon ita 'Not'one cent""'more than to do business for yourself.. Trusting to receive. a "large'ebueotyour: patronage"'and ''f
saccees was marvelous.Irk. really the to remain' ' S S -: '
.. i .asking you to come see !1'i. I ; .. ,
.0ry..f" -
_:5 j ti y. S a, ;iD'iancD-; !Dan's tatst.tte,KereaatOe Mn Aga>:geelaaW er. ,. ,0... ? only indorsed throat by physicians.and' lung: remedy:;One 76-oent generally bottle ..\ '\'." f1,. '_'p."'Jl.' r--'-"" '. .,, Yours' ......, ",to command.. .. " ..- r, --,.,.--.'.,..... .' "_._...i1...

.. -, Bank of fijy Blway&e.. } will cure or prove its valne..:, Sold, by. ; ; vi'- ,it : ? ..: '::;/ :. : '. ,
dfaarsa] | all dvilized< countries..- .,. : .. ; 7.1 M; W .RNER0'0' ;I
.: 'tv"'>Ae: rn.t. w'th' RChecks OI Ballk of SaY;.l) I 1'sca me.w .' tl l.u ,_' ,'- '-'" :t" : :.-. ... ..,... ., ; , ...;.1
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take it up and see if they can not create but am waiting until 'I get'a. little ; ai'-CO. '.*
.t AT a sentiment which will help get more strength to take a sea batb,WhIC ,. I ( / '. .

the products to the northern marketsso from present indications will hem.in the Wholesale "Fruits and Produce { : : .ft
near future. If I continue to improveas t :
A Good Lesson for South Florida that there will be more margin to I have in the past' two'days I will <

jhePro1essions. Truckers. the growers MR. WEBSTER'S N.LETTER.S. BOTHTOH. return vitality.to Port Huron D. H.with WEBSTMU renewed General Commission Merchants.;; w :1

Lfl A Michigan Invalid Find Rest, Comfort and BoYNTON, FLA.. Feb. U, 1899. NOTICE. I 132, 1134 N. 3d St.-ST. LOUIS. MO. ..w

: New Llf. Mr. F.C. Harrington. Port Huron.Mich.: To whom It may concern take notice: 5133m'4., ..
T Mr DEAR :MR. HARRINGTON-Two It U the Intention of the undersigned to ap '
C arrival ply to the Governor of the state otTTlorlda on .1*. -iSHALLANDALE

weeks have now elapsed my the 21st day of March A. D. ISM, or aa soon #
BOYNTON, FLA., Feb. :!t, 1899.To here and I thought you mighi be hereafter as applicants can be heard for the
010.M.tosslxs. wALTEr 3.GKAKAMJJOBBIK8 ; the Editor of the Mrr oM>u': interested in learning from me now I purpose of obtaining the annexed charter and Tomato a lf
all rights and privileges to be granted thereonder. Orange Pineapple ;
GRAHAM CC .. Thinking you would like to know of am progressing physically and also : \
something of the surroundings of this PHILOH. LOUD IL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. the condition of the vegetable crop in place. 1 will not enter into detail regarding EDWIN NEL901M(. ,

this town I send you inclosed copy of our uneventful and tedious JOHN O. LoE6.WILLIAM .x ..'

Special wni pracdee facilities ia for all examining eourU. State !od perfecting Federal letter written by one of my guests, Mr.' trip down here, which was caused by NUTTING. And other Vegetable Lands For Sale on. -' ;'. ,' -j:

7 Lead Titles, We hare the en< completeS D. H. Webster/'wbo manages a large aggravated delays and the unprece- ARTICLE
abstract books covering Dad county, dented cold weather; suffice it to say, JThe name of this corporation shan be the :
i and receive daily reports from t.e Clerk i/J hotel known as "The Harrington," in that we arrived here Saturday night, Florida East Coast Power and Irrigation: Com- VERY )
z the Cimit COlIn at Juno ahow?' g all land Huron ny.and Its principal place ot business shall EASY TERMS
Port Mich.
and who is here
transfers. AU the eertlfted Abiti olio} Title 20 hours behind schedule time. ; be located a&Ai.1CLE{ county FlorIda.The '.
eoaaty are made at ur Miami for his health, Before leaving home I was in a weakened condition, and X .
..elecInds for the first few days I was compelled business of the corporation shan be the -AT- .:;.:
he was practically given up by the building operating< and maintaining electric .
,. MIAMI DADE CO., FLCT'.IDA. to remain most all the time in my roads,farnishlng 1 electric power and also the
doctors who told him that unless be
a room. I did not get discouraged, ow- using ot water power for irrigation,from a point : '
could .get relief in this climate his cure ing to the fact that I received the to mown JackonTille.Duval aa Cape table in Monroe eonnty,Florida' _.
county, Florida, to and
iS H. F. ATKWSON, would be very doubtful. You can see most kind treatment from our noble along the East Coast of the state ot J'Iodda.ucl.ocb
host, amiable hostess and all employee other purposes aa the corporation anal] MODELO
from his letter that he is steadily iin and of "The Boynton which elect and also for the purpose of acquiring andowning an'
ATTORNEY AT LAW., proving. I thought it would be of guests such real estate and personal property
of itself was better than medicine. I as shaQ be necessary In the transaction el the
f Special attention alven to nvsyanclnf aDd sufficient interest to publish in the realized I had fallen into good bands, business of the company. FT. LAUDERDALE : :
Examination of Titles. METROPOLIS.I and with other conditions favorable .. ARTICLES.

Notary Public ia Office. want to say ia addition that the would soon feel well and strong. The under The this amount charter of the shall capital be one stock million authorized fljDOOy 4.
drinking water which we use here is 000.00)dollar,41.4ec1lnto. one thousand sharesof 4
MIAMI, I.'LORIDA.QEO. . town of Boynton suffered very little, gotten by driving a two-inch pipe theppaa value of one thousand.. ($1,000.00) dol By The Halland Land Co.

if at all, from the: freeze, owing to the about 12 feet into the coquina rock and paid forta which advance said stock as the s an Board be subscribed:of Direc \ ,

'A. WORLEY, fact that the settlers... here, having experienced where they strike a vein of water as tore shall direct and ten per cent((10 percent)or General Agents of Florida East Coat Railroad Land,

a frost 'before\ were better clear to as the crystal taste.quite At cool first and I noticed pleasIng company said capital. before stock said shave corporation be paid into shall the begin said U and M, Broad St., New YortvlT.; T. '
ATTORNEY AT LAW. prepared to meet the emergency. The
that it acted on me as quite a strong ARTICLE ZCTTCRLUND.
OeMrai practice/I State sod Federal Court plants:also,not being as large as those laxative and I concluded thatI had The term for which this corporation iliaD ex OLOF JOHN T. SMITH, J'
All business oatnsted will receive prompt .... illness 1st shall be any years. GEN. MANAGER. TREASURER. '
able to cover found the form ,
tewtios, further south they were great panacea
...-Apa&1or Oermanla Life Insurance Co.elTUwTork. them before the freeze, and thus saved but like many other good things, it The business of ARTICLE this corporation:* shall be coo- L. H. O. SJOSTROM, .
AD knse '+t Office Browa's Building AV. band Iftth 8C practically the whole crop; more than acquaintance, and the result was I b1&vote of the stockholders be increased to
MIAMI, FLORIDA. this after were uncovered and fire and which said Beard of Directors: shall be /sty-Lars c..li.r..ria t.
they drank toO much of it, and it may elected by a vote of the stockholders on the list .,.'
found to be in good condition, some of eventually prove a blessing in disguise.My Monday in March of each and every year and ,
0. W. ALLEN appetite is good, and I thoroughly the first election shall be held at (he office-ot, Y4 ,
(p the settlers, as wejl)l as myself, went to the company oa the list Monday of March A. .
work and cleared more ground and enjoy the aiany nice, home-like dishesset D. 1101. There shan also be a President VIce i Buildings and Stocks ;
before us at "The Boynton. The President. Secretary and Treasurer, and until : R E'YO{ ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, put out more plants, BO that to-day we tables are now being supplied with the dent ant J.c.election Lose*1'shall.B.Loud be Vice Jr-shaH' be FresJ I IN OJ 1 Furniture Etc. ..;, ,pi
have really in new potatoes fresh tomatoes,radishes, liam Edwin
Will Practice in all Courts State and FederalBEY greater acreage vegetables NntUng shall be Secretary and ,
than we bad before the frost etc., gathered from the Major's gar Nelson shall be Tre&suntl.&D4I".H. Lend Jr., In the old and V. :
FLORIDA. dens. Stawberries of a superior qual- and Edwin Nelson and VUnam Nutting anal reliable '1.e': -.
WEST strictly
the Board or
came. compose Directors until the ant ;
ity are now coming in, and the most I annual meeting ot the stockholders held for the .;;.
We have to-day over 100 acres of delicious pineapples I ever ate. All purpose of electing a new Board,of Directors .

gOOTT BBOOUATTORNEYS, healthy growing plants in this town, the delicacies are highly enjoyed by of and Directors officers,are and elected until such and officers qualified and and Boar shall British America, Western or Imperial Insurance Companies+ x :

and if the. crop yields as well as it did us all. perform anis iferepertaining the said
AT LAW To better describe the Major's loca- the d herein .
*" last year and we nave no more frosts, tion here I will give you a general outline stated. Life, Accident and x'. !:
NOTARY PUBLIC IN OFFICE. we will ship from'this point between of the geographical situation of ARTICLE. ./ ,, '"
Win practice in an State and Federal Court The highest amount ot indebtedness or Oa- Marine 11'n d erwriting. '' 6- :- ,
Collections promptly attended to. forty to fifty thousand crates of toma- this section of Florida. The Hlllsboro busty to which this corporation can at any ; .:
Orncs orsm BAJTB: OF BAT BiscAnra.MIAMI. toes alone. This has been accomplished river, which starts at Ormondl Fla., time subject I itself shan not exceed the amount 'o
: miles south of the stock subscribed and paid,ia to :
> FLORIDA. some 200 nl otleapital
& CO.
imply by preparing for contingencies.I Indian river a little above Titosville", AGtNTS>
have over 85 acres in tomatoes, and and runs parallel with the ocean \ ARTICLE 7. ,
gjc MILLS rOWLEB J(. D, looking I into Lake Worth south 22] The names of the incorporatora to this pro IUOCEUORa to nk MIAMI FLA. .}'
they are splendidly now; emptying posed charter are as follows w. M. FEATHERLY.a Building, , rw-
:V but Isaid miles north of Boynton. The foot of P.B.Lund..Trl1f. Dade C antri Florida, .
did not lose a single plant, as .
Edwin ,bade ;(
HOMCEOPATHIST.CHRONIC Lake Worth is about half a mile northof Conaty. Florida.
before J have .a larger acreage this place, and it is connected with William Nutting Ooz.State of Geor {*. vA ", .'"
J.o.Loaee,New York City State ofN. T.
DISEASES A SPECIALTY.Omos thin I bad before the frost. I was for Biscayne Bay south by canal about, 7

AT Fen DALLAS. tunate enough, or rather careful 60 feet wide and about 44 miles long, ITAftOPFLOamA..L o
a thus continuous inland fore me P. H. Loud
MIAMI FLORIDA. making a passage
enough, to protect the plants in my Jr Edwin NeftooL J. a Loses and WuHam
from Ormond on the north,to Key N1i1tID; .who belnKDv ) ..., each for
seed beds,hence tIad l plenty for myself Key West on the south, paralleling the himself deposes aad says that executed and L.ra&C ( :
MR? R. W. MARTENS, 1C.: D., to replace those that were injured by ocean for a distance of 460 miles. TbeMajo" and a f oregotnx tSereia proposed charter- for. the- .iF,
uses pnrpojes set forth. .
covering, plant more ground and fur plantation lies principally on Witness my hand and seal this eighth day of
HOMCEOPATHIST.All lush the settlers who so the east side of this canal, between it February Ap.; 1890., ;
herf werejwt, and the ocean. It ia about half a mile ROBERT B.TAYLOB, .
TelegTspa sad other calls promptly careful with what they wanted. Had wide, the principal part of which Iamuckrlands I Notary mi Uc<3tato- oC.1'IotldL Groceries Grain Hay and;Garden W. ;
vatteaded, d.y.r algal/- '. the growers north and south of here devoted to gardening. The ,

y LEMON cm? '- FLORTOA.H6rL exercised more caution ,or '''prepared balance, a strip about 600 feet wide s .. ;.
of from the margin of the muck l&nd to Cell. it MIAMI FERTILJZZR&
themselves for any emergency that AGENT FOR MAPZST. .
and about mile is
the ocean, a long. a e
: I; .. ,IACNBON 'Jrs fipd: which experience has demonstrated sand ridge, covered with. a beautiful
DB ., we are liable to in this country cocoanut grove. New Northern Florida Air Una and we call the attention ot the people ol Bay BlseariM to our stock of Staple
.. and FaaoyGroeerlos, Fruit and,Food FrodneUof an kinds; also $odt .ti
:.' mZTj: ,. the loss to the tonjatoj growers would .On the summit of this ridge, with a v Florida Trunk Line.' pt Grain. Hay,Bran,Cotton Seed Neal,Ore and Food and Wheat - " :.,
ay : have been 11111{. gradual slope to the east and west,and Time Table In Effect Jnrj aviSSeVNo we are the only house oa Bay Blwrne dealing exclusively ta the above, '
= BISCAYJ BLOCK Avk.D.' very about 126 feet from the ocean, ia where line of good We bra y close and will '. *1 cloM, We lariU yo r comtpovd* e -
< I think It would be a very' good thing the Major has located his I hotel. It is Daily 8S No Datty 96 NORTHERN POINTS. Dally o Dally S-17-i.fi enee m aad solicit you patroaan. 'Very trmlri E. L. BRAD Vt CO. '

'- for' the.newspapers; Sf f Florida" use a most beautiful\ spot t,from the verandas e.i

.. '.; the results in, this' town' freely as a a on the west it commands an unob- soos 842a lWp seep Lv..JacksonvtQe.Voles.oe SIBa /asp .
.: guide to other ; particularly in structed view'of the gardens which, at 9to* tlSp Ar..Yerpaa4Ina..Lv less 700p SeOp yVk ,
? growers,, this season of the' year;makes a beau $"". 800pf .....Everett..... 7 OB* S45p I KR
R. *- Southern Florida, where frosts are not tiful landscape. From the verandas ... M...Brunswick... M.Sarannah. / Y

GEAPUATE Rftsu\ MEDIC* COL aa common. I have no reason"to be on the north, east and south we get a st 11 slop s Lv..8avanaab..Ai- ... ... fie 10 f* 4 1
1 LxoE,,CHICAGO.Offlre discouraged;.I in, fact, it'is )just the reT splendid view of the ocean.built The and houseis baa !sap S 9i Ar M.Denmark"O-..M.LT suaSSia lS4p M S
-Avtane- ;0 and iWistre t of- that, a.l' shall mote than very Clip SU* ;..Aotnsta.Oa.. ** s sea

Ornca... Mona.-i e 's.'sea'to M" m.nil.toSp.mMIAMI doable my!acreage of vegetables" net with many It,pleasant The southern features style connected of arch- .40E....p. 4 MaU a Columbia SpartanbuTf;8,0.w M. M M U4&US6!99P ,,.,*. 3

-;, ''TLOBIPA, year, and e pact to pull through all Lecture bas been followed to some ex- .SUp...;. tt66pp "Charlotte>. .AshvUleN.O..M, 1olp.. REAL ESTATE
the broad halls each
right. tent as regards on I5p1043p 104Ta San lab ells
p. T.8KAG05. X. D.. .AJHbatis necessary;if or growers In floor that.run the entire length of thehouse'east'and 11 tip 13 Wp '""Greensboro 7 sop losaSOTp SEOaUOOn t
west; midway in the Slop ;
.fisw I I'
this section of the. country is to be pre thefirst and second floors soon '
balls are
on ,
1 L b '' S40a
1 PHYSICIAN & .SURGEON.: pared for any emergency that may large, cheery fireplaces. The sleeping,. Ilia saopP Yb sesp P teen Miami, Dade Co., Florida, -

Office, Miami Drac Store arise. Had growers north and south, rooms are large and well ventilated /s11l..BaltimWn.its "..W ..;..," lime 1/ts 10451 .

From p.m.to S 0'cloak a... of us taken are of their seed beds,and with exceptionally good furniture,the 1010 Phtbdelpbta... 790a Slop stop
at ndd. ecS.Oooeeant Oro comfortable birds being a feature in sal NNew York.... Ul&a '4SOp
MUML. PLOBJDA.QILLISPDIIIKLOE bad plenty of good healthy, plants on fact, everything about the house is S30J SdOp ... ..... M 1 eons .

,.. --'- hapd for the old ones or' those too first-class and very comfortable.On 1018$005* Stop lOOp AT74Sp Lv..Jaeksonvill- Ever'ett ..,...ArLv 7etop sa* Farming Lands, Residence Sites, City Lot s. .

) P. D. 8 1 largeto 'cover, their 'acreage could the night of our arrival it was AiC ".,... Glos...."- 1166 I$
been with very warm and pleasant, as was the ails seta '-.Cbs "*." 1 a6p 10710p ,
have plants
replaced new
.] "
.CladBaau7. 5106 -c6>
next day (Sunday, which we newcomers .
CROWN&BRIDGEWORK and their crop' would lhave matured enjoyed hugely, swinging ia ffvXo,34 leares Jacksonville atlnmYa- .
"" *' -' lOOn enough forthem, to realize hand the hammocks taking in the warm, lees nta p.UL,Feraandina at e tp,BuTErerett AGENT FOR LANDS .OF -.r' -.
Made a Specialty.Offtoa I
at 7:49 and arrives Brunswick at Hop.m.
stoats' I L JL to a..m.-' Ofiioin B lcbtrs comely on them. Statetfortb of Florida balmy breeze from the Gulf stream. CBftj.No.ss antves nt Evertte at TM a. \ . ...
4 Av.D That night the wind shifted to the leaves Fernan41aa7jflfia.oL,arrives Voles sada. .
BrtckBiock,comer anC 1Kb St. that raise extent
vegetables. any d Jacksonville U Florida East Coast Co.
*'northwest and developed into almost a m.l arriveat **& at. Railway
MIAMI. FLORIDA.DENTIST. could 'not Lave brought \their product KoviU tea, SB aIMS M make mnnefittfla* for
hurricane Into market 4OQ.n enough to compete downpour of rain. Poring the night SrfOp.aurespeettTely. .F a New Orleans train:

DI..I. materially with the :Florida product, i the thermometer ffll nearly degrees'all ers leaveaJcksoovlUS4Ba.nrwtththrontli,< arrtrttur Rew-Orteans 7 HO a. m. sleep Onnr, Boston and Florida. Atlantic Coast Land-Co. '
particularly, that of the southern partof and the next.day the guests were through sfceper ,nne. Arrtvea. JaekaonvUI* -
huddled around the fireplaces seeking ir eIS flew Orleans S.p.m, tSXErpCTQ :
:. the State comfort. It was a forewarner to the CA1 mTZCX. v
O&ce la KanknoBi Flock nortivaast aoraerof There is another thing i would like settlers and the Major,who hustled all Nos.M and M Fast Man.Steepen between .O.W.BAB2TRT, ;Pres. Established IMS. J.L BAUZTT.Th .PnS. '
t AV aae D and UUa street. to the-Florida papers take, up and bands out into the fields and covered N"Torku4 Jacksonville ana the dndnnaUTS A Incorporated .

r MIAMI. FLOLBDA. urge, and that is a reduction of the ; acres up the under plants cultivation There are in the about town 100 $leIDeTTIAs N L 11.041 New eiUs.Jaeksonvie 'York.8Je connection between with :arT JR.OS: ., .

;1O freight ntel'oD vegetables; The Flor and w.l1l& was that the plants were MJ 7 and M with muman Sleepers betweenjaekaonvffieaadTattpa. COMMISSION, MERCHANTS S"
(, TBEDUIOE, ida East Coast- Railway Company madea covered for'that night' the thermometer i No. carHes the Othcianatl Florida. UnWBBBSSS&QSZZ' Pineapples, Southern Products, Traits and'-vec tabJ&, .
very,satisfactory reduction; but so fell to 29 above zero, and everything lie su

CIVILENGINEERANDLSUkVEYOR. far nothing baa been done to help the that was not protected In the 160 SOUTH WATER STREET. \ C HIC AGO,; ,
way of plants was entirely killed. This .1 acktoarUle. We offer facmiies lor handling V lssandFruitesecondtonone. Stencils r
.- settlers out In Central and Southern cold wave extended over 60()miles south Q.II.1W d ea.'l'raT.J>aa. 'AtU BL..apsc1u. SVeb-ttmay-tss awl Market Beportaoa AppUcattoa. S <

Votary tUd'for'State'st'Larr: 'FaitfenlarAtteauea Florida by roads north of Jacksonville.If of,here, and did thousands upon thousands _

five to" -D1y141q'J.arp Tract. the freight ,rates were.so that" the of dollars' worth of damage. ab
Office on Ifca Street.' South aide, near AVO.&. When the Major) uncovered his plants

., ,MIAMI. .. FLORIDA.TOEV growers bere-could get their' produce be found everything In good shape. Southern '
'" ash cheaply' or nearly so,as the growers The only loss he suffered was from the Railway 'Gf). y.

'XBOVOWITTXB, rin Southern Mississippi, particularly banana trees, and they are now recov "

the Crystal Springs region,tbour ering. .
; f -thousands Representatives of different commis FAST FREIGHT LINE-ALL RAIL. :
TAILOR. that
sands ; crates
; upon ofl '
... lion houses from Philadelphia. Haiti-; .
Ovet*sirs experience.- have'not been, or call not pe with-the more, New York an.d Boston who have TO. j"

Fall Sttek. of laBeUhert aaaftlea of Brick*U Latest Weaves.fehoV . present :.rates', shipped .with profit, been here prospecting and trying' to WASHINGTON, D. O., BALTIMORE, Md.r PHILADELPHIA, Pa., NEIf YORK, N. T., BOSTON, Haas.V. _._ '

... hpdIDlrwmDA. would Eeraisedapd:: sent to the'northern make contracts1" early shipments, a Sib ALL EASTERN MABKaTI. "
u 4x1; stated in mJ.bearlnlf' that the Major'snet
the States ''
tleg' \ of
profits on the 23 acres of tomatoes .( ALSO TO i' _

(' S.IIODDQ.. here,are selling" their. product*. ,.y be. has under;'cultivation would be CINCINNATI. O.,, LOUISVILLE, ][1.. CLEVELAND O.,, INDIANAPOLIS Ind", CHICAGO, IU.s<,. ;#

It seems '.to,me thaCU would be to about i8,000providing no other serious 'ST. LOUIS,.Mo., MILWAU ZE. WIs., MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL,'Minn. .
the interest of the raHroadi to Justaa contingency arose. They stated that -
get ALL
such was a conservative estimate from .
much freight I the vegetable.. line t 3
IIEAJESTATE.. in' the, fact that. the other gardens all fJ ,
_0:.,. from"tbs.section!as any other, hence through here would have to be 'replanted ,- VALEX. '
Ma nutttr-of tiolneU.ttb: them al dID \which would,make them late' Florida's Fast Freight, :
< .
;- .CITfLBBa...*\ ;FLOB1DA.. in getting into market, while the :
to settler they
justice ; ought:to
....-_,* *" ... # :-f-v Major's. product would be for obedole of New York will be .
make.icry. liberal_freight lntea. It ready With a 91 boors Jacksonville to operated over 4
i shipment Quite' ,earlY. We hear so oj. tbe Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad, Southern pailway, and Pennsylvania .
.1 : 5: CHIROPODIST.Corns ; will be very questionable' whether the. many conflicting reports regarding the Railroad with doable daily service. See that your shipment to the East: are rooted K ,

\ rrowen''who -lost their; crops: by';:.the pineapple;and orange groves in this .." via tbe F. 0. A P. and Southern, and have your Agent insert this routing' ia Billsof

..RemovedWntei freeze;and' ',had' not plants 1t replace section'that it it bard to get any re- -, Lading and War-Bills. __ i
them'and cow liableyTinformation' aa to thedamage ,. : THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY will also operate a schedule of M boors from Jacksonville
.tfta'cri Jilood: \ are trying raise them done.by the frost. Some of the guests ..;.W. to Cincinnati and'Louisville in connection with the Florida Central and

OIISi,Wntei Miami larter Ehof> J from seed,will..-ef them/Into market from here who have visited some pine- .i.S..;: Peninsular Railroad, and Western business should' be rooted via F. C. .k. P.,care
I b fore-tb opllD'the Gulf States are apple groves in this section say that ',Jn; Southern Railway at Evere t. Ga. -

...sa.b.u-fw ?'E.S.: CROWD. also:there,hence..they'will 1 11be[ unableto they,look all right and that the frost .J' : Western business, via\\PJa"t System' from Jacksonville should be rooted' care t- -: ..
< will only,result asia temporary set '' ; Southern Rallwa at Jesop Oa.
: <, ,
realize-any from their "
thing _
C- .WAlfTED-SETEKAl. ship back. ? ,.1 : Upon receipt of advice of the forwarding of. cant giving initiate and numbers
:: ....tl Uetrewa ej d aearBv manage ou r.,,bvti It U menu. : i ; are::now ,toying some very '. .=," consignee,' and destination, vie will follow eacb shipment by' wire tracer, thus I'
... aulnljoJ&ce work eoodneted at horn.. Salary Ice think').'voice the feelings of thegrowenin beautiful ;weather here,and our Fort ; toJ., In.urlnc"'e proinptestlpoaaiWe freight service and avoiding delay In transit. '

.T boMMe.M tralnt 8SQS more a rear,n*lees aad salary.xp.ases-de.'Monthly......,. ::Southern Florida, in' this Huron 'ffiends are takinr every ad' 1r ." Tfour special attention\Is\\, directed' to the fact that ALL RAIL SERVICE bring _. .
it. .ftt.nOOVi w o-- Mlfddr. .. 1tI.JDen matter and hop.. that t' rloridasews"ers Tantajr*'of It by boating,fishing hunt, rr, 'bel, results and avoids transfer en;route. ,
,. ,. '.._.. .f**.. P pt. M, ling ..A/. iqrf bathing. As fop me, lI 1 1i II f '
McBEE Jr. Sol. sM"I .,'
U PJv''ksonville
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1. l1..o.. s+9 w"t.Tida.. WP1 t along he Er "t v i I be e-not indulged ia any of, these yet: \ \ : Fla. Agsut' s: ,. -

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\ W. 1L TtAthsrly. C. G. Teatfcerly.wn which t In not always; the same: for the STATE OF FLORIDA. All sections stand on the same footIng SPARKS FROM WIRE racket containing the dead 'resi -

Individual honor-andthe, proceeds are with regard to gardening for market dent was conveyed from the Salw4 ' .c' .
now. The first crop up and ship ('etes, in the Elysee r 1
IIAll' IHTROPOlIS used for the support j>f the national NEWSY ITEMS ABOUT ALL'PARTS ,
SMALL : ped will bring the price. From one TELEGRAPHIC NEWS FROM Not Uarne Cather escorted b/ja. T\

c. foundling asylum., You have the satisfaction EVERYTHING IMAGINABLE. end of the country to the other the OF THE WORLD. pro'slob "s ..,

Published by knowing! that you have performed freeze destroyed all vegetables. Those Madam Mlle k anr. who VE ""-*:&

Tbs By Biscayn Publishing Co. an act of charity, but will ClIppings of Fiondf Events Prom who plant early will reap the harvest. been praying the greater"part of: '. ,,4

you Our State Exchanges Carefully We are informed that Mr. AIken Bti- Short Stories of the World's Do1ngsTol.j night beside teJUt., atten.W '-. ,
get little more than hat for ,: '
your veuder promptly ordered his force at 8 :
of mass
Miami, Dade Co. Fla, March 3, 1899. Condensed for Our by Telegraph laCondensed te. r.
t money. San Marino distinctions do BusyHeaders. hands into the flelds to replant on palace. They then retired to ,: ;$ .

: Wednesday-Leesburg Commercial. 7orm. and did not take part JnT -4 -r-
not count ;for anything outside the 2" apartmenu "t-

The German army dogs are so train- state and for but little within It. On Saturday night last about 7 pr or heard the funeral at ceremo- V, .. .>;_Ci ::{
CZAR though they mass noon
I \ The Atwood grape fruit grove atM o'clock Sheriff Prevatt and a deputized VERY ILL. nle '
ed that when they find a dead body I house thapel of the Elys. j
ana vista of 20,000 trees, though man surrounded the of Henry The Copenhagen correspondent of : :
they act up a prolonged howling. If In time past the Nublans wove young and growing vigorously were Sylvester for the purpose of arresting the Dally Mall says: The ceremony at the cathedral" was ,:.1' f

oo one comes they take the dead man's their own clothing, but of late years, practically unhurt by the freeze.Braldeutown .- Henry and his son, but Henry being 'VU-informed persons have ,assured most solemn and impressive. i': :; 1
Journal.It not near the place escaped but Mr me that the health of Emperor .
small article and,with : I
cap or some : introduction of Manchester AND IIAHBOH .
owing is reported taat a soap factory, Prevatt succeeded In capturing the boy Nicholas Is far..from good, and that his t '
r r this in their teeth go on a hunt for cottons, which are more easily with large capital, win soon be established and taking him on the same night, condition excites gravest solicitude. A BILL .,

their trainer whom they lead to the and even cheaply obtained, this Industry in Tallahassee., Parties in Nebraska Feb. 11th, to Kissimmee Jail, where he long threatening aliment assumed a So far I'lorlda'sinterests have beenbeautifully '
also will be held till court In March.-Kls- critical form soon after the Issuance managed in the river and '._ .
spot If the man is wounded he gives is being confined almost are writing to parties Jn
dying.out with a view to establishing simmee Valley-Gazette. of the manifesto in behalf of the limitation harbor bill now pendlng '

his cap to the frog, and i 'the'same.... object. entirely to the particolored robes worn farm near Tallahassee a poultry The sharpie Pirate a fishing boat of armaments and the Czar Is ate. The House gave that State. a 1,,. 't''-.;'.
aecohpUsIed.Along the whole bill '
la by the chiefs A coarse cotton'groWB 13 appearances uius far, the freeze owned by the Tampa Fish and. Ice now prostrated. larger proportion entitled to la'view .1' .
. alluvial the has done much ashore at Stump Pass In '"The malady is of such a character than It was Jreally : :
wild in the: deposits along inn as damage to or*, company, ran and business the Sen: : \
Its size .
as to turbid all Intellectual of
the Adriatic sea swallows and banks of the rivers, but the best kind aiige uses at Gotlia as did the frost In Lemon Bay last Sunday week duringthe His participation in the Government exertion.is ate committee fillddout a'tb Ia. : -I\ "lI
January, isud:: ; some groVes even escaped fierce gale. The crew, comprising a
other migratory birds are caught every comes from the Abyssinian valleys. with slight: damage; vegetables Capt. James Mcllvatoe and two negroes merely formal confined to signing doc- I that the House tfad ,left. ha.Ye three J; "

year by the hundreds of thousands This is spun into yarn, the Nubian. are all killed except those just comingup whose names are'\ not known, uments of whose contents he U ignorant -: goes continuous through]Florida contracts wilt aggregating, i '. ;i. -v

and eaten by the Italians who spread spindle being an exact counterpart of from ueeti. are reported lost Should the entire The Grand Duke Michael possesses new five millions, besides one. tner aJ- '
i boat to be the loss to I the executive rower, and all Government over . '
nets In which as many as 360 to 500 of that used by Greek and Roman women A prominentegetable grower, who I prove past repair i decisions are arrived at.with ready in etnc and 'about three l sY
the will exceed 1000. All
: the tired birds are caught at once. It many cenurtes 'ago, while the rude uas a ten-acre tract planted in toma- concerned company are anxiously awaiting further out the Czar's cooperation or knowledge quarters dollars.which. ,
toes\ in the Everglades west of Lemon will immediately available. $
Is difficult to stop this wholesale mur- hand loom with which the thread is CUj, contracted for fifty acres more advices from Gulf City. b
der, because. on sight of an official the woven into [cloth resembles in every land In the same section. He pins his Mrs. H. J. Richardson, of Spring IiO>Oit CONFERRED ON LAuYCUilZON. f 1 ,

; hunters spies'give a shrill.whistle and particular those depicted on ancient faith to Everglade lands for vegetable Hill had just recovered from measles ROYALISTS RAIDED. 1> } A

the nets disappear.. Egyptian monuments.-Iiarper'd Mag growing. and was getting along nicely. Mon In consequence ofj a the placarding The Official Gazette announces that.. .}
afternoon she went out and throughout the city of Paris of speeches .
i The convicts at the phosphate minesin day the decoration 01 the Imperial Order L
-----+ l' --- azlne. Icicles from the of the of the Due d'Orleans the Orieanlst ; t
{ Alachua county did not work tot pulling eaves of the Crown of India Deed coif: '
y"I have not much opinion of an epoch Uiru days, on acoiunt of the cold. All veranda roof ate some of them. In a pretender, recently delivered at, San upon Lady Curzon n, wife ol theViceroy -- '
reasonably short time she was taken itemo, and the seizure of scarfplna and terr .
of their time was spent Inside the of India, and
when exquisite\ the Its
be An la opal,
so many women can seen gem
stockade, where a big tire was kept up with a relapse of the measles and died medals bearing the pretender's por- Letter of Chicago. - .< ,-
hanging on the street cars while the beautiful creamy surface lit with red ulgut and day. before anything could be done to re trait, the prefect of police was orderedby __ _L- :1 r \ _
men lieve her. She leaves infant child the Government to make strict investigation -
Tilde belilnd their papers in the blue and yellow rays scintillating In the *rom all appearances, there U goingto an BY FIRE a"
Into the recent
about two months proceedings
seats. I often wonder ,for the future light and giving it a place in the front be a big crop of Irish potatoes only of the Monarchist party. The l1vesto1 building on ,Fourth

of the home with such circumstances: rank of precious stones Unfortunatelythe planted ui Alachua county this winter. seean. Last evening the prefect Communicated street near I't street, owned'and"occupied
Miami that the latest
reports gigantic 'Pnbhshing
turners depend this Tribune
4 o existing aa now. 1 often wonder if the opal has a baa name, and we know Aiauy upon cropto movement Is the Incorporation of the result of his inquiries to M. by te Er
make up In part for their loss on. Company was totally desroyed
'', tendencies of the' times are impairingthe the proverb about the dog with the unlucky other vegetables. the East Coast Power and Irrigation Dupuy, Premier and Minister of the : Friday b
Interior, with the result that the Minister fire In MpoUs'"o
old sentiment of gallantry of men cognomen. Superstition credits tuck raisers In Middle Florida fear company, with a capital stock of decided vigorous action., 24th. in the Jdo, '

.. to women/: /'-Dr. Lyman Abbott this beautiful'stone with bringing misfortune tuut the cold weather has killed many 1000000. This company proposes to Quantities upon of propagandist pamphlets room, on the second i floor .and most '

'T to its:'owner, and superstitionwill cattle, whose only shelter was afforded harness make the'water them of of service the Evergladesand to and portraits of the Due d Orleans have been burning'slimed 6 p.-o as t, ;
by the wood. The cold coming late lu thatr oem was locked from tt t
a list of members of the Royalist .u.
When hold from win its long the world
shaking heavy rugs way so as the winter when we cattle were la This company proposes building, operating committee and a voluminous cor- hotning was saved, and

the sides, never the end. If possible, lasts. The opal is peculiarly brittle poor condition, will serve to make the and maintaining electric roads, respondence were seized at the headquarters lists, flies, account bkcte s

,, spread on clean grass or boards with and sometimes crumbles away without ettect more berious.C. furnishing electric power and also the of the Royalist committee to with a the costly Pr a ty. ,
using of water for Irrigation from a
: : the wrong.aide up. Beat first to dislodge any Apparent;cause, therefore It has J L. Myers superintendent of the point known as Cape Sable, In Monroe the Fauborg street Honore and at the andlinotypes, wli 4tye t ,
residence Comte i Babren de Ponte- Tue uir.whch
/toouuiern luxpretu Company with of Te .
the dirt, then brush thoroughlyand been branded uunlucky. But let those county, to Jacksonville. lots west
headquarters at batannab, nas beguu ves. The commissary who visited M. ot.t.u
bang on the line .to air, using laugh who win, there are still some a iuoNement to distribute seed to the Monday morning a deal was con- De Monlcourt surprised him Just as he wa 1 gv dge f .

judgment about leaving too long In tne ,who value opals for their worth and tfuCk growers 01 Florida, whose crops summated by J. T. Bernard &: Son, had returned from Brussels with let- eral times mor tne,non i

the cold whereby the Wicker place, seven miles ters from the Due d'Orleans addressedto employees than through _
sun In summer time; This,, according :beauty and who can afford to make were injured by wave. lie flames"wereextinguished.
east of this city, passed Into the and Instructions from the department the
will invoke the assistance of tne Florida Royalist personages ,
Modern Prisdlla :Is the at the superstitious.. The -1
to method opalIs
employed merry
railroads. ,hands of the Fisher Bros of Tampa. from the pretender to his sup , '
,._ by? the Turks, iwho: .should 'be the type ,of. hope.. -Chicago News. 'ihe farmers of Louisiana evidently The place contains'2,000 acres, nod will porters. All these were seized.. ; s

counoiseurs In the'care of rugs. -.pp ,- believe in velvet beans, for Messrs'uicksou be converted into a stock and dairy DEWEY WAN'iS THE OREGON.' d

.I. _- The, most curious European oath Is & 1 Veil shipped to New Orleans farm. They propose to raise stock on a WAR WILL BE LONG. The cablegram from Dewes2akin& -

w ''f1'here1serha tenant whorls a few days since, a full carloadof large scale and will of course, enter The Government has received a long for the Oregon was received with au '
so administered In Norway: The witness Into other business, but one of the primary by the ,
them. The vines are a great fertilizer dispatch from ueneral Rios, at Ma"1', prise otd\'uhgn
completely at tile mercy 'of his land- raises his thumb his forefinger and when plowed under green anu the objects Is to raise fine milk cows but refuses to Impart Its contents.El No one knew1'; wod,

; lord as the occupier of,a house In Lon- his middle finger.. These signify the beans are a good feed for horses and to carry to South Florida during the Impartial which asserts that it he knew, t nature admiral of:te poltle.

doa.which belong.to one ot.the great Trinity/while the larger of ,theuplifted cattle.-Orlando Reporter.T. tourist season.-Weekly Tallahassee- is to a position to know the truth of reasons mand the the presence; ou the'besblp.

; geouuld' 1 Dd1 rda.Que' is an absolute fingers is supposed to represent the Denby is one of the most fortu- an.The the situation at Manila, says: Imet Taken
N nate formers In Florida. His successis announcement of the death of "There Is constant.fighting betweenthe T cableg discuss-- i
% prisoner within the *. due to the'lact that he is always wife of Senator Americana and the Tagalos. The bfore *.* .
tease. The slightest dictation is" iceOmpanied Indicate Jils body. Before the oath la prepared for the worst In the way of James E. Broome, at her home to this courage and stubbornness of the lat- e It p bbl*

a + but, on the other hand, me landlord reserves Domestic trials and tragedies have $SWu worth of lettuce this winter, nesday evening, will carry sorrow to Americans who uo not conceal their feel of the big 'r ee't'1 pr '
\ which he had under cover.-Gainesville many homes not only to Quincy and belief that the war will be a long and ence '
all: )dads of prlvlleges'to'him-- so darkened the life of the beautiful Sun. Gadsden county but throughout the desperate one. lucre Is the greatest gents thellve.and 7 upon
seU. ,' :,1. i empressof of Austria that she 'has quite Capt. George M. Cooper, of' the State of Florida, where the deceased I alarm among foreigners to Manila, that large. eleta'.t, 1
r : :po. ... had a large circle 01 friends and relatives : Ipinos that is blieve.to
i .. and the commanders' of the foreign '
retired from her husband's court As schooner 'l'hreeBrothers., Tampa reports big"foewt
with i
her Mrs.
among acquaintances. warships hate decided to land forces dmcult tro
The most costly book in the.royal Elizabeth daughter of Maximilian that In his opinion little or do Broome had been a constant sufferer to protect their subjects. XdC'; wheatheir J.pthie
a damage has ,been done by the cold grad .
+ ; library Ill Stockholm Is 'a lStt>>e. It IBlUP duke of Bavaria, she lived through avery wave to vegetation on Saulbel island ,from bronchial troubles for some years j.

_.l', wonder'that it is considered precious simple girlhood and'ala the young He has been engaged in farming &i .'-complaint contracted through a EPIDEMIC IN TEXAS. THE BULGARIA 8AFJLThe lIer
white with husband
., fortirere'Is'not:another just like empress of Austria and queen of Hungary the island,for the past ten years, anduuly to Tallahassee, and it was this Texas passing through an'epidemic 1J nine"nrg"'Amertcair" 'e
twice have vegetables been of men1ng1t1s.rrbe situation is
1t1n'the. world.. in weight. and sue crowned in 1854,was considered any affection that led to her death.-Ex.'The I Bulgaria Captain.<8chmldt ftm.
killed by the cold. alarming. The death record In this 1 -
alone It uniques :it is said mat loO -the most beautiful woman in Europe; M. B. Selph while digging a'hole {; Ideal Fruit and Tobacco Co., city U thirty for the week. Reports New York .nlanu: /o'great' ilie .

J. ,. asse*' skins were used., lor,,Us parailaeuf -The. empress.speaks, many languages, put to a post, near his residence 'at CU- who have several acres In pineapples from the country towns give a similar;, burgs tress 'pouJrePd; steamship;

'leaves,*Tnere are*3u9 pages ox is' an omnivorous iI i reader, energetic robe, "came to a skeleton of a man apparently on the old tair'ground., made a,sale situation. Many schools have been Weehawken,'8QD miles from the-Aaore-
of about two of their of
recently acres closed on'account of the ravages:
w writing,.and each page tail but.one sportswoman an l during the winter about 40 or 50 years of age. shed' together with g,ooe plants and this,disease. Ilands. etpontd Qada 'd

:.- abort of being a yarn' m wugtn. Tile lives in a palace''-built.after her ownideas evidence It was Lace of any down coffin and but there appeared was no as the lease of the ground on which the OW sem . 'r), ', 1

: width of the Ieavei b SU- naies.*-t r' ,;l The on theCislaud ofCorfu.. If thrown in a hole. The skull 18'at shed stands, to Philip Bewan of this i. RUDYAHD KIPLING ILL. on b"

6_ 'covers are-loud planes tour inches . W aa' drug btore. It Is well preserved city: for' 2000. The lease has several Rudyard Kipling is seriously all to THE MANv '
Waterme1on4 but has evidently been to. the!! I years to run. The company reserved New York at me Hotel Crenoble. HIs JESSE J..u.8 of
Identification c
.. ' ; the balance of the plants under the The most positive
: i ground for ages.-EL suffering from inflammation of the train- .
n The yellow Iiinwirer on yAmong of the Leeds
e shed for their own use. Mr. Bewan Is that Jesse James as one ;
His hope
doctors however
"' 1 4Q- : S r f Is;the home of 4he watermelon. A the many plea antlittle lnddents an old resident of Orlando and is perfectly lungs.with his strong constitution he will be robbers was made In the courtroom to

":''lime dOw emptssss Auinaj bi-. warm Ugbtgrayeoll] ,. weUidralned of railroad rule to 'lorida familiar witi the pineapple Industry able to pull through all rightIt Kansas City by William,J..Smith of I -.
with a subsoil that will which nave Lately come to our knowledge who was'* ***!
strong clay Mo pa
4 ,;. voted to birds 01 ail tuiius, and inuulueraole here.-Orlando Reporter. is stated, on what seems authority Stokebr. ;
dally give, up its moisture little by.little none Is sweeter or more appeal- on Pacific train 'm ;
bird pets are kept aoout",tne ,-.affords*the ideal location for the ing than the charge of $4 made for a Afr. Godfrey Tompkins had occasion that Rndyard Hlpllng has been attacked ger night It was held up., Sinlthjtestifled -

x + palace.: Bile-:u reporjuu.. tu;:I1a ve'wept .watermelon A soil too rich In humus cow and suckling calf walking over one day last week to dig a bole near by pneumonia and that his condition that he got out when the"train stopped -

p .\. copiously about toe death or a+tavor- Is not desirable, as its tendency is to the Plant System dose at Port Tampa,' one of the sinks In the neighborhoodof is critical. At midnight it was and walked up among the robber
stated that he had been unconscious .
Its nightingale nut wOl1lJe. produce Insipid and watery fruit that enroute to one of the Plant shape.Tampa .- the wall sink. In a bed of clay he He pointed out Jesse James as
long ago. for several hours. Three nurses.alternate
'1 found what .
not wed. was evidently the bonesof
ship Rotation is all important Times. against his
v told of Cumese; at the sick man's bedside, and aphysidan the man wh placed a gun
\ Ing a girl. wno uadCvmpiamea Never follow melons with : a mastodon. There were several Into the
Mr. S. Sams of Courtenay Indian breast .
Is to bac
:0' ;Utterly Mjtue j 'dreatlueitfox melons l for at;least four;years. Preparation River to town yesterday teeth and the skull- showed that the orer
was car- .
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life tIl exalted of soil should be thorough but animal had horns. Afact \
retuanteU .
lady having come up with a cargo of oranges '\
not deep as the roots of the watermelon about the find was that although the FAMOUS'GENERAL BANQUETED. tOne
that a woman north. This week
-; _sagely ougut to tare soinucli for shipment DINNER IN WASHINGTON
I are always close to the surface. bones were found In the midst of a The banquet tendered to Matanzas BIG -
_i, pride in her home that it could Land deeply brok n., will makesthe he he has shipped are about netting 130 him boxes from and$6 clay bed, there was no clay Immediately to Gen. Maximo Gomez was a brilliant of the largest dinners' of I the '
;. be a hea'eJWo',,:ia&iig i "ihera are roots.run deeper.and will cause low to $3 says box. It looks as If there was surrounding the bones, but they affair, and well attended. Ihe Junta winter was given inv ashlngton I the ;

") '! always birds and uowers." bile 'IS growth. The richer; the soil the more money per In orange Tltusvllle Advocate were encased in sand.-Sumter County Patriotica, which had charge of the banquet hall of the Arlington Hot'>" ,

"t viever artist*ana in luxuriant the growth, and the hills Times. .entertainment refrained from inviting The hosts were thirty members ; '
deugots tOn
should be correspondingly further Spaniards, which displeased the Cu- executive committee of the'Louisiana, ,
eye-stones "
The found the beachat
: from nature. last Friday night Minnie Blocker on '
apart On rich land twelve feet recently In
very :
01 ., shot by one Palm Beach attract considerable at- ban commander. Purchase Conveto h
each way Is none too,Jar, and colored was some ,the thea- Pra ,atg'
manygrowers The civen-In
banquet was St.
;1e A whom the authorities haven't yet been tention, and parties go out to look for Lu (Yeor
plant at,this distance In poor ter. The guests numbered, two hundred and guests,
:: t Jim Corbett fa"preparing to go into land. Ten by ten Is;the usual distance. able to locate. It Is supposed that Bad them every day. They are pretty and four thousand spectatorswere nearly hed hundred, were numb1
little stones that said
pearl-like are to ;
Throp did the shooting, as he was the '
:> ,t. IUK saloon business. in new ,! rK, / 1J Many still I.dht9the;\ ,old-fashion last one seen In company with the remove any-orelgn substance from present The boxes were'crowded the Cabinet and the Unt States Su-
of manuring hills and
r" '.; :.S the Boston Globe. He,resolved about makIng woman. At this writing she Is .still ,the eye If placed under the lid. In with ladles belonging to the best preme Cou Sentors. Reprnta- I
', them up with the hoe but the drcles of society and the public from all the ;
lemon generally five Stat
abouton .
vinegar or Juice they skip
from his batue with J boarkey. most successful growers practice the lying,' but her recovery Is doubtful..
crowded the four tiers of gal- within the .
the surface: to a that used to and Territories
Lake City Reporter. way pu.
sp. but that will'Dotttor'enough to fit,up furrow_Iptem.1'T .best'preparation leries. Invitations were strictly
'.f ; : sucu tplaceras* "* *T hfe a wiuts."i[ f Rio.be wUl- watermelons.Is'a' crop of cowpeasonithe It is now believed by the 'orange ed make,- people It is nly the they evolution were enchanted of gas- General Wilson sat on the right of Te purchase States and Territories. J \

,.; /".f' raise the, balance $*mortgaging apiece ,land the_ err before. After, cutting growers around Palatka that the trees from the carbonate of lime, of which General Gomez and tne Cuban General ,:i
x i them for.hay ensilage the stub- have not been hurt to as great an extent Bettancourt w-s' seated on his left.
... of property"his'wife transferred. ble Is left on the land and turned un- as they were to the freeze of '93. .the stone is composed, that makes It SEABOARD BUYS THE } C. 4 P.-

"c c- tohlmrre,, ,... ..,.tI1.' u. h 4f6uows QUt ills der la: ,the tall Next to the, cow pea A majority of the trees to that section move as If alive INSURGENTS FIRE MANILA. A prominent financier, of Baltore. -

1. tiis>is,*it, means {hat he;will never bb.j.t. preparation Is the manuring the furrows were banked, and this afforded great Last week, by request, G. G. Strohm Immense damage has been done by who is in a position to know,
lathe fall with stable manure. protection. Truck growers have ,begun shipped to the Land Department of the the Florida Central & Peninsular Rail
. seen hi the ring again. No sporting In this:case It Is best to balance up I to replant their crops of early vegetables East Coast Railway at St. Augustine fires In Manila, which are believed The to road has been bougnt.b1. the people I.,

.,.-, ,man takes Corbett'a action in covering the manure with an: addition of acid I such as beans, tomatoes' and several crates of fruit and vegetables have been started Insurgents. owning the Georgia &Ama and '

h )'tu1mmo money seriously. He phosphate and kalnit in equal parts or cucumbers. \ # from this section as samples of what fire department experienced the flames, owingto great the Seaboard Air ne. ,
: fighting
_,' needs lot of Such advertising,tor be four, parts or add phosphate tp ,one I\ 'Mr, Frank league killed beautiful- could be grown here and It must provean difficulty defective apparatus. It is reported the'Intention wwi to incorporate the 'i ':

Clot *the mind thex part of muriate of potasbi| 1 X =white quail while out gunning last eye-opener to most of those who that the natives have damaged the ap road with the other two Into a cm.
Is passlmj
> of Nora
complete commercial fertilizer The Is beautiful -
Friday. specimen as see them as tney are displayed up prebenslve Suther'
b trons of the sport. the bulletin- recommends. Nitrate of is He the bird to Mr. paratus. tails of yen'e"d he was
:\ ,as It rare. gave there especially when they learn that 'Ihere was some fighting in the '
1 '.tt : ix soda 400 pounds add phosphate* 800 Fred Perkins;'wbo has had It mountedby everything that was sent was gathered I streets during the night but the Americans not in a pUon t give. #
pounds, muriate or ;'sulphate' of potash Mr. Louis Volk, Ocala's taxidermist after the freeze. In the J. of
shipment were the uprising; A ,Rchmond
quickly quelled
\ The first attempt at scientific forecasting 200 pounds. To be applied at rate ang will take u home with him plneappies beans tomatoes eggplantand number of;the Insurgents were killed : Va,,-president. of ,the' Al-. t '

1% : of;the'weathe;;'was the.,result of 700 poundll'r' more per.;.,.acre. Plant as the most valued of his Florida souvenirs. new Irish potatoes all looking as and several' American soldiers wounded. bama and the Seaboard Air Line, '

_ ol a, storm which.during the Crimean plenty of seed so as to Insure a stand .-Ocala Banner.Mr. fine and fresh as the best housewife in town today,* but would neither, affirm "

t -; ,._ )nU'. Nov. 14, 1854, almost destroyed after with them.the various Twenty depredators seed to the are mil done are Frank Hepburn, representingthe could wish.-Tropical ,Sun. nor deny the rumor. !

the fleets of France .and.England. Asa none ,too many,. and more would be Monk Ridge Manufacturing Company J. H. Suber was a pleasant visitor GOVERNOR OF BAHAMA AT 4. '
i: :? better than less. The seed scattered- of Montreal Canada, who has to the"Banner office this week. Mr. SJ, I PALM BEACH. While out hunting the other rl, t
storm bad ragedTseveral days earlier \
f been at )'alatkaseveral; weeks prospecting Colonel and Mr. Fred Perkins
loosely over the hill In,a as largeas her Is now living to Hernando 22nd the gals r
county, Wednesday, the was
In France, yaW n>; tne"French,minister has purchased a tract of land against a huge rattlesnake and sun
what crowns *nd tach one and is enthusiastic Beach. Sir "
pushed an tobacco the winter Palm .
grower. day of at
:-'- of war, directed that mvestigations Into t emeUow.sou: with the and will erect a plant for extracting He that he has of tobacco G Governor In getting a kodak shdt, at I ?
finger, a says, samples Gilbert T. Carter, h.. C. M. ce
,1)8 made to see If the two storms were process: that Is very rapidly,done by a vegetable' essences from native plants.1'he .: that will, compare favorably with of the Bahama Islands and Miss! In its coiL Just as this .'
wilTbe located 1n. the
shot its head
:..;* '"the same and If the of the disturbances trained hand.'' Be sure to plant.shallow, plant northern, part 'of'Palatka'onthe :extreme the best ever,grown to Sumatra, and Car, his daughter, arrived from don Colonel' Perkins of his best
1 'y progress an Inch being plenty of depth:;.* r t could have been f!>leJ ld. Old-melon growers never,,cultivate river front commands the astounding price of Mr. Flagler met them with, has private which was about t make a

:;a .... ''':'- It was' demonstrated that the two when the dew is; on the Tines*.and nev.1 CaptH.. Wade of Lochloosa Is making $3.50-per.pound. }'Florida having the car at Miami and escorted them the snake. This .the first instance t

were in reality one storm and that Its, erunderany.; ;dreum.fiances'.turn.: 'a. arrangements for a. very :nqfel advantage of the high protective duty to Palm where they are enter we know of Vbereva pictnre bas'bn
_ _, have vinekAny'weeding'n: ecL-.after the farm for Florida., .He has purchaseda of the DIngley tariff; ought to have a at Governor Carter taken of I live rattlesnake .,
!' path"could been ascertained and vines run:can .be'done; with:a scythe 200-acre tract of land near the lace, free field to the cultivation of this to- ted are wo In Its coil, ready for battle Th&

_ "":i.\ :,the fleet fore-warned In ample time to I cutting the tops above .the. vines.:,They which Is now: under water but which bacco.. Mr.:Suber say* there is mo here for two exp t rem : Perkins prlae the plctnre1Ti9ryhighly. .,
___ { reach safety.is should not eteI ;Jbe.p ed''byJiand> as may.I11' be reclaimed. Be wil} hare question In the world that the Morida The British and American flags .-Ocala Banner. : aHorticultural

,', ---,,- -" the, tendrils: :,haT :'clasDed." them. the proper ditches doe and arr&ngeor article is,equal, if not superior, to the floated side by side over the Royal ./The Dade County Agricultural and *
: . and the TtDe..rbe..dtsturb' ed: A: few a 1ai-ge-c ,'dam and ocks. When Sumatra product;that he has travelledfrom Potodana and over the golf,club house Fair will be held dug .' H

The only state In,xhich the sale,ofnobiliary well :anchoreu weeds;:here. and ,thereare. cold wave Is predicted will flood his )the state of Washington to this to honor of the distinguished guests. themonth, of-March." The -*

..1 honors is open "and legal Is, a benefit;as they prevent the.wind' farm putting his crops as 'far,undet State, and, notwithstanding the blizzard has not yet been determined_ The
: from blowing the vine about:Bm, bet water as,conditions ,will necessitate.He of last Monday is his deliberate PRESIDENT FAUBES display last yeanvaa most wonden

;.. strangely_ 'enoup.repubUCthe't1n. ter' thanrweeds<< Is":a;light,sowing. of I is confident.that,he can save any Judgment that Florida_offers superior FNER.I for a midwinter exblto ,

:, ,Italian"republic of*Ban Marino, of the cowpeas, about one t.beck"per: acre kind of plant during the coldest. weather inducements to the poor man and,therlcl1.ma.n The rm of, Dellx+ expected'that the be much ,

ezlatecce" dwtilch.'m niunaw Just before ,the last plowing:; The /,This:.experiment has never been as'wen,'to any state In'the pdt Fc were deposited in I Il greater this year. .The amount*o be
Whlppoorwlll Iathe best:lot, Oils'pur' Immense In premiums this ,
Marino made to, Florid 'extensively, :but union.jj He1&78 put,him down" for , given yen b s
In Ban
"YoU"e title on
t. get a: poses-Bulletin Ga.'Experiment Sta- assembled at much more than last
notwithstanding;this...,the.captain sla. Florida, firat.laat'. and forever.--Ocala l crowds.,of 'people were
?application'-.*nd-payinent of the fee tion. .:; :1' f/, -, certain'of,:success.-Gainesville'Bun Banner' "-, "-'., different points, there was. D dleorderrThe opening win b set'ln'a"few dap'
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: On Tuesday\ morning- Dr. G.,Enloe: farmer friend are going to work with joyed by those in :.attendance. The A \ .

MIAMI. MINCE MAT.y left for' Um, tills r where, his:father; renewed energy, not daunted in tbe following Miami ladies and gentlemen Tropical r' :J.VK. ;' 1loadd t.'k '

Rer. Dr. tfnlpe, was burned out Saturday least, and bound to aucceed. were present Mr. Lummu, Miss Fruit Trees% : I- ... -j;-

; MarshaVY.. Gray now belong* to last, I baring lot ,his house, It is hard for tbe people of tbe upper Brown,Mr. and Mrs. Forest Lake;Mr. Alin ill" rJ.> *. '> w. i .D". : 1' ,....s;
stus If' i
the mounted police. He U making hit library\>> and other valuable household portion of the State to believe that Harold Lake, Mrs. Carpenter, Mrs. .flea of :. ..r .-tt. .
: round astride good The Doctor expect to return this annihilation McDonald, Miss McDonald Hon and .4. ';
a fine Kentucky-gaited section escaped by
t 'L : .
Orange Grapefruit J' :>'; .-:': >
to-morrow Mrs. John ;
night.In B.
black nag the frost.: While in Jacksonville last Bellly,James M. Reilly, iiyresgh -
this 1' week a representative of the )(ano Mr. and Mrs. Elder ,Mr. and Mrs. Ural rxn LAxac' BCT. M. Field of New York advertisement : ,
Henry : & ,'
Ximanies Miss ::1<
Johnson Mr.
of Starin A Co., commission oLla called upon a number of businessmen ;-
whose name U familiar to all confer- 'Kr. ROSEYI t T&nis ,
: Cheatham
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men, 08 Park PUce, New York. This and when told the amount of damage Romph,Mrs.Bnrlingame .:
ant with pulpit if a guest at Dr. and Mrs. Farts Mrs. C .'I.. . ; ....
done here all doubt the J ,
firm with seemed to f:
comes to r I
us recommendations
1 the good Crotons and ; rPalatYsI .
Royal Palm. other .
March, Tropic* 'v ".' ...
... .. : ,(be best of which is a large deposit statement, taking it with considerable Captain and .Mrs. Brochier, y H. 6 ..' .t'I -
? W. J. Sml f n d; Son of Buena VI.taban in the Sank of Bar Biscayne. allowance, seeming to think. it impossible Miss Nlles, $ and Mrs." Mpffatt.Mrs. DIOXEBSOK, & I.1)lns'aS8I) '"., ..... ?" ,.'

4 moved .their,grocery store into Charles Courlyof| Buena Vista is their that the Bay section escaped withas Been, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and U Bt,watt*f.AT*. A %.11T ; .. '::;;,i..

their new building next to their.home local agent.. !\ little damage a* it did. Miss Hahn. ao-u, "' ,*. .for 0a&&J0cu.- iret4pd, fj''i.,)

; E' and opposite the depot > The Mayo Dade of Crows Bluff, Lake Tbe golf links have hen put in excellent C
golf tournament of the Miami
A large force of men hare this week golfers will be|held at the golf links county, has been in town for the put condition for.tbe tournamentof
1 been engaged In sweeping the street to-morro" Two handsome silver cups 10 day*. Mr. Dade is here in the interest the 1'. E. O. Golf Club, to be held at TheVe ist R 'J jli} '

and cleaning np the catch places,much will be given as prizes. The following of a commission house and at tbe the Miami''links Thursday Friday and 1 :J

to tip improvement bf the city.Jn'st are the names of those registeredfor same time looking after suitable location Saturday;, March 9, 10 and 11. About .
( \ ; i. for an orange grove. He states. 60 or 60 of the most 'prominent golfers Just t e*>iTt4 aj floe line ef Oil Palatinge,ueeate4&rtI.. 'of _soar'npmeatlaf: .
the \'game.] N. Goodhue J. .
received', a new stock of ladles' : E. Kcfro Lift la laa South. w
Lind that his grove as well as those of bis of the. country will be present to participate Special HoT hiM la .B4n H. W. Merrill
sailor bate at I. Cohen's G. D. Huling, G. Wrought Iron and Gold Plat*. :.' ;.1
;.- ... R. W. Ormes, )Y. B. Wheeler, A. C. neighbors, were frozen out by the late iq the tournament, and Manager OUr apMlal line of Miami Souvenirs;consists of Pea or Ash Trays sad Caleadan Of'z = .-l A..:-)
:We ale pleased o add the New York freeze and that if suitable land couldbe Servos feels confident that some Glare with Colored Vltwt of Miami painted. "bpoa tttaai,Cooa Color JI&roID.wn sad. Jt." ..
Wheeler, N. L\Griswold, H. W. Can Thermometers sad ]teal.Bua an Year '(
Bakery to our advertising. list, and non, O. B. Knott 0. Thompson.Muira. found in the Bay section for the fine sport will be afforded. Thursdaywill .r 1'" r cf' _.

call attention to their."ad," which J growing of citrus fruits, there would occur the game for the,champion Books, Stationery,Artist1 : eSFancy Goods. ,&c;. 't!

makes it* first'!appearance- I in this J iisaes :Miller; j Tucker of "the New: be quite an expensive migration to.this ship of tbe Miami golf links,'while A ant assortment of'aaadfAma TlorUa Paotoanpafa'UMtr'aataral. eolora,'eaaaa,' t. 5.-: ,
L6uiWafner! and wlte of <$eorg York 'Bakery/reAlizing>the necessity, section. f Friday and .Saturday will be taken np Also bantttnl Scz..ns sad window Heats -ft -.- '- -i. "' .' .*}'
1 Jut mvivtd aID. line of t.dJ..1Wrt Waista'aad S. Uor "
'_ ana,who bare been visiting Mr*. Wag for amore central busineM i location, George B. Everroad,a private volunteer by the handicap. Handsome cups will -- Eata.' f: f. r' .

ner's!' parents, Mr. and .Mr*., E..'V.Blackman .: hare made arrangements for openingop who fought with Roosevelt's be given u prizes' to, the winners.; .THE, KEYSON: E 'i1r
left,for' their home yester- general headquarters i Id the center Rough Riders, will give a lecture this Manyvwho have been.curious to'know ..
day. store of the dulzner Block,corner Ave. evening at tbe Seminole Opera House more about this popular fame, will AVENUE 0 MO 12 tM STREET.. A.J. KOLB Pior.< ., .r:.
Among the guests f of note at the C and,12th street** Their''bakery and on Ave. D near tbe river. His subject now have opportunity of' seeing "-'a.. !O.Ln'md t.__ .,' .. .... .. 1 .!r... .. 1I

Royal Palm are Governor and Mrs. P. i i workrooms will still be located at the will be 'the "Santiago Campaign, its some of the best players of the OOQIIenpp' I '

OJ Lanndsberg of Connecticut, who 1 old stand on 12th street They expecttq Blunders and tbe Success of the U. S. In the sport and some good Ludden & BatesMM Jouse df

will 'remain some, time, and JKWi open up..the new branch tbe first of Army and Navy." This is thefleetlecture amusement is promised.To ., Music, :

: POfellGru4 Seeretary of the.Masons hawk. ., Pt \ A .1 ((1. r. n of the kind that has taken parties anticipating setting out : \ ' '" '
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f' # \ .9 f# in Miami citrus trees I of Jaoboaw., J'la., '-to that 1M. t, . -:wgMith1t4tOFe
,, fofMajamcbusettalTonight : 1 D. W. Can ofl>etroitIUoh.,a prat.tical place and Mr. Everroad will would respectfully invite \ : : sanonnop \ : ;
doubtless be greeted by a good audi an inspection of my stock ,before I : .io
only,'Mirenao and ,Moore's horse timer and blacksmith, baa purchasing. O. E. Dana ,,,
Orion taIi-a&Uae Royal Palm. Admission ,- commenced tbe erection of a black ence. 'The general admission has been 0.12-tf Cocoanut Grove Fla., :
w, 2 centalMis smith shop on 'llth street, adjoining placed at 26'cent. See hand bills. Newt comes froni Baltimore that : : : : 1

I. Cromartie of Xeaon City Coreir livery stable. Mr. Carr is Mirenzo and Moore's Orientals will
won :grapbopbone that businesr give another performance in the pavilion the capitalists who own the Seaboard MB. ABTHTB ; .
ttne was < Air Line
by 'Sewell O6.X at thetiRoyal Palm to-night. General and the.Georgiaand Alabama in Miami and vicinity for the sale of Sbeat Mnafo, Mnaio Books. ''._....
away John. it ** Tree having bee* employed by the admission 25 cents. road have purchased the, Florida Central Merchandiae and Small Musical Intran3enta.EventhfaMr; ,ertafaiin Moafcal,*;' *" I s.. \
daytiteningTNo:7ld: being'tbe'hicki head! the -
government farrler to 7th
u Since the shipping season commenced and Peninsular railroad. The to thin: ;Kqatna .,fflfr;'"'ffrr ultanBaljolV': j '"'<1o ','Vio1im. Atha, .... ,. '!:'...
one that drew the He'has'aWo followed his '" ,
phone.7jifestr arwycorpe. we have met a great many commission three roads are to be incorporated into -Uarpe; Aeoordeone Harmonicas Strings and.Trim1l Dl8t Sheet Yasio- r: : r -,
JCnowlton and Welsh the tr through the large racing Mnaio Folios etc 'wm be found in Stocratt "r' '
{ :were judge center men and men representing commission a great Southern system. The ultimate ; ;-\ ""t" ." c t:" ..$

The firm of >Melhrain:!&;Brown: who I I *of_the country.; houses,and we are pleased to state that plan.of the syndicate Is possibly to obtain Miami ] Str > :'

are-..bees.' engaged, in opanuu- ;t maca "L glance at, the correspondence in those whom we have met'' ,are gentlemen a good northern connection Drug .

; enl, shin here since earl hLth :: ffiT*.iufJ tmtf M frqm the different I in our judgmentrbnt. there are that the service will extend:from the .' .: "" > ,;.J-'r.'s..4': :...- .+f';::,",1>'" t..';'

eon, nave quit business at',this point trucking centers of tbie se Ctyr..V1.hfSlappelaf people engaged In-all lines of business extreme south; to New York The prevailing New.YorkPrioes.4: Anything on hih adWuIbe'; "
and 'left this1 week;with their torn,boats fronTweek taweek- will furnish wbTa7' tlttle"'attention to, their Hoes already controlled, and with Immediately and promptest delivery'i Lgnajnateed.; Yonr f'a; .;, "

t forPvnta Gorda.Tb* Uat boat*the oar.readers, with', valuable information n business repntathn' Our farmers which traffic arrangements are operative rsspsctfnlly solicited and.will fG be cJ_duly_ i appreciated, r_.. 4.u}:;t i", c .:; .i;. ,. ,'t"i', r.,.,.tKU

sharpie,Cavallla*- ,left. the. river, Than-. ; ui to.ibeatate of tbe .crops at each re- should be very careful InrnairtCJ bl extend u far north as. Qoanticb, I M" R G': :rO

"'iri 'Jt. 'pectiip"point.) We, 'find; that our' ments or in contracting to selltbeft Tra.jlJRllg.from: Washington. Isis I ..1tI.q- _,- ,

crops and sort out tbe good houses! believed that this gap, a franchise_for -- . '.
: '''{* '' from'tbe bad. .A. reputable business whichhas been secured, will be contracted +C. _. .' .II! '

; t'''': ; ; house will always Invite the closest J In the neat future, and that > \ : >

r Inspection of it* business methods. i the neir,,!system ;will be connected at k, . <: .1
?' : ;
WI: m''i'8' Mirengo and Moore's Orientals gave- ,Fashiogton: with the Baltimore and \ ;
n t, on a very creditable! performance the Ohio> ,thus making a through'line from' -' : :

; -t, : tent, pavilion on the Royal Palm .New York to Southern Florida.. ', : :; \.
.t f" ground last night. The car- ,Quitelarge numbers of people were ; Off ..
: company ...- ., .
r -ti ; ried their. audience through tbe strange attracted to_the western partof; the .;' : -,f ).,. j l;J.:. i: t:.' .>t" Z.

"- ... --- 1\1 ,0-- I and entrancing features of their religiod :- city thl ,week,to view a rather Don.Ip" : .: : ; ;

Mar. \ in a most fascinating manner for Miami. Between 7th and 8th i 1 4 ... '

; t, in } 1: : r ., : The Howling Deivishers prayer by .treeta:'adjoining. ifce railroad large : 'j.j. ..,.(...., ",;' ,... .. ..
'f about, : .
took 100 feet besbeen : :
yard ; ,
; .., .. Onetta' was weld and fascinating square' .. _.. I < "
There are a great many points In the erected for the rebeption of cattle \ >

Snirr: ;: : . Waists entertainment given by these'people to be ";ahlpped to, Havana by,Messrs.'aimer A.t .' '

'. . worthy off "mention, but space. and .P ft Gibson of Saltville, Va. .,The ,. : : tr ; :
(; t.. "0- ."'. .1' : : i ,. time forbid., The performance will be first,%:shipment:.to be made b7)) hue : ; > .1:

.! I k. t.-'f': t:. ,f) 'y 1 1a presented at the same 'place to-night, gentlemen; ;:::800' in number, 'arrived ; ....,.t. . . .. '. .,v'..:,Y

$ !i aarrlved, at 'last; .and 'we, are.. jn ,!no'wls General admission 25 cents. - rom.'Jacksonville. l Monday night .WOvt R.II.; ." ."... ", .

: The Senate,, has tbe St.John's They will, bV taken toxHavana by theCoooewblch'hu'hid : : .
.4. 'idisappiointed in theirbeauty. They put .
: ,. / stalls fitted .
'""" 0 \ bar and Miami on the continuing list,- up ; .-' ._%, -.' ;;, :

.. ok...,.....corns....... direst- ,' ', from..,the. ..-"'. r',v ?> ,-. 1,000,000 for Miami d,$$1B9TW for for the purpose; to-morrow.: ; Mr. Glbon <
,.- Y'---.1. .. "''II.' : 'f\ ' 1;:"' ... ...',...." -"? the St. Johns bar at Jacksonville ,"who accompanied' the shipment, Cin mn1 tPimitB4( . ,
1'I- nforms .. ....
JDS' that these.cattle are for s FloridaSolid - ,
; ought: to have deep. water,as it : .-4fr"(, Z- ; "

> *** { . flrV-r:* . ;!* \ will be the great.outlet tor freight and xvernment intended contractor at for Havana the use andre of train from' Jacksonville' i' ;' :> % :",. ;:
. ,,, this principally ,5 |>r J .
41 *.c"r V #TH '' "' paste\ genfrom country? to); the 'Z'Xm' j r '
o* thl,troops there. 'ga'r: were alo-JA-. .1 ',r t Io". i" 'i
'. latest Vest \Indies and South America. '
:: Which i is of IMe. and i' 1: !'
a guarantee
x i Then 'the canal is cut through to the formed that Messrs;:Palmer & 01bson .P. 0. & PH. 'SOuXiiENKEln.'UUii.xl. i % f:
perfect fit. 'The ,:have 'already jbegun; to Pacific ocean Miami bids fair.to become intended continuing'' the business'' ; 'as rO]) \f ,, ..:: r ':

*:* ; **.M T680' you'w tQ come 'Q tlicU. 7 to'see one of tbe most important cities of tbe long u' prices fwonld warrant. 'About . 4 s l/,F'
three shipments the size of tbe pre>ieatone '
) : .t tie choice ones} ,- Our south.' Jacksonville, 'too,' needs deepwater will b.-made per'month. They QUEEN &: CRESGENT .: ; ,t s
to the, ocean, and with it will '\
will 'not confine'.themselves to cattle SOV'=. "'
continue to .in It is I .
grow sqsn9d J.
yM for marketpnrpoee.;but'will handle a, ,r-X __ _'". ;
tb--mo.t I
now one of progressive cities
la the'south',and is hard to beat.-Day* gradeaoitable'for the farm, clair),'to.l "', A=
TiA toni Gazette-NewsJ: The; present;yar4 will be Increued'todouble ,mmmmmt"mt1UIUJSmtmtJ.! r' --. .-...-. .
ita'"present: _......-.u-1'.t .. 'i.. .. -.t. ..((., .. N' ,''.; .' r '. --: '" While In Jacksonville last week arepresentative also' 'been. ; ,'erected, at-the terminal piersuttable.yards E :JMt. dz O Nl C;
z .. : e selling briskly: 1 rof' course j because of this paper called on 'for( Joadlar.' ... 'r ;;; '
:; ; :.. , } .. sIaSoilt
3 t Hugh H'Rlchardaon;Generai Agent ... . I ,f- ;;;; (Fstabashed > ) ..t'Commiss / -_ .
':' { ? ttey; are; JoVelyf sand, 'cheaper than was of the'Gecrgii Southern and Florida -,: '
j .._ ; : A' Tbonsmad :TongMS -'* '

.:i 4 Vet o J Ii' :''& '. Railway: Richardson stated' .that Could not aznnsii then 1 tun ofx Annie ont'M rchants. ,,,,_ ={; :T'Z

Jt... We arelatill, ; 4 .. be was very_hopeful of the crops in the E. Springer, of 1124 UoirUd.St:. Philadelphia E "',, ;-- - ,., ._tf "'G"i '... ,ti t'.S!. ::
; .recelnng'neWt" 14' : cW wheea' aha found that Dr. J. .
.. Bay section,after having spent several : : '
:!; 1..J tl S .:, ', .n \ ... i- 1 *"l'( "i New Tomatoes Pineapples Eg Plent and Peppers. E -; ;
I !I ,, .e.j, ... ._ / days, here" .1 inspecting the ;same. He Einfe- Disoovery:for consumption E : : '
-t bad enred her of -- -
: oompletely a backing
.._.\- ;* _t % / also stated ,that be should inform his cough that for many yean had made life E 8teDdII sent OD appUeatJOD. Ccrrespoadinoe sonstet. E ,; '.. .
\ : JF b"'f: company,that in the end Dade'county a.burden. All other remedies and doo- WASHINGTON ST.;. NEW YORK, :'"
wsNew ;; ;3' : : : will not suffer financially by the frost; toncoold give her: no help 1m she !says uiill 1WWU uw li1LUthLU1UU1WLU

of this royal cure:,nt soon ramoved the . .
ultimate ..
that the result will W '
.,w../ : jr ri Lllli'i $k; tl / A 1'i. 1- a ship- pain in my cheat and<.l can now, sleep ....
meat of 75 percent of,what would havebeen' fooI -
.r soundly,aometbing I can scarcely remember ..
styles 'and ::tig :to date! .Our ,shipped had it for the ..;. -
: ; : t not been : :doing before. I' feel like sounding. i T :s-
,. M:' .'".. ""? .. -, :' : frost sty and,which:trill,on account o( J increased ite praises thtoogbont the oBiverae" 80 _
"', ; ; < - .. \ ":f > 7 ( will every ODe who triM Dr.King'B New :

-;f- Ge..a---.fts.J 1.Stiit.t- S"a.t"s"an.o"e'- J S. r" ;. ...'it crop prices::Mr.;net Richardson,u much also.the-state original = cheat Discovery or lungs.for any Wa trouble. and,ot ftOO.the throat.!Tria F' W." H: I 00"- -t {,;t..

: : that he believes Dade county wl1f come bottles tree atTownley Bros.'.drug store "
.. .. .. .. ; a ; ":f
.i\ .... .. f,
.I :..;.;.',. 'il.-" ...."<".......-."'"" -- ,__.".....-. \. .,.,- "tlJ.... '''",-+.-"" .;.. ' --: -' ".' .'q' .. .... ID l ahead, of all other' : sections, even"on evsr ,bottle. guaraatesd. -. T, I g 'f '
; 1b"J the. crbj ;thaV are now being' made : ,
: *
.., .f' !L ) ( "- i Prost or.No Frost.
; : ,. ere tl 6t.. andat. ces' 'w hich1"defy from tbe'seed.Don't fc << -. ".: .;.f--'
"'-: -'--=+" -'! .. < r .. '. ... 11m. selling bones out at cost for the -'7 -;.f .. -'-4 .... ..,. i-f;" -
; .ltio Dontfor .t'Durdisiii$11dren's I" next few,days only Lot near Miami : S..
_'i"ii. Oriental .
to the '
see ;
-: xaU ;' -..& ..."....: : '_ ,..to. ,>J'tf..' : r 1; at the Royal Palm -alrbt.performance Ice-Works W.' ...HiJ'umwr.. < :/ .: "

: General admission 26 cents., L" ,. UItnER
'Ii i Ir : For Bale. .'_' .
"" ;ShoesIf. ,, On;,Monday,eveniag last Kr:'aDd An""improved 'place fronting; ova the I 't1fl. "( F J+ -- f r -1 ..:. -
$ "I. : Mrs. F.:_W.Johnson give a very pretty Miami river 'nine under cnltiva l.
... < : ; acres _
: t' _
i 't. : ; i' 'i their home -' :
4"l --1;" reception at on the cornerof lion D&rt1.! to tropical fruit tree:. i'c:; ,

'd. ... -' ; ; ':Acted'SfOr.. 8 let..jim.a'.ar g h Ave.: B and '13th..atriet, in honor of Small fboule- and barn..' For cash terms- ,,2 C t-.t:. :E 'S, : I< t- : . <;..... .;,,{
"II. .\,- ; ', '.. . Vi ". ,. '4..ft" -tll'.'",.' ". -. ... ,. ,::>,>',' Mrs.. EllisonMrs. Standish'and;,Miss apply..,.."f tHt.to,+'. '0.0.Brca.znsoir"- J amI'I'IL.. ,, -- ,'t- ............-:' .,.'....-;'HOTEL.,. ., ..iAMI--,. BLOCK... .:=-(-, .. :', .. '-... r._-'' .

:'. ., ; :."-,;.\iJ.*.I--*.,*s.$*-'f'vfrvisi?S rja ii.-n r,.,'.*.*-.>'"-S 4**. w.- i-r.1 oum.tolease, ... .' !, ;' and Mattiefriend Otto*,.gueat of Mr.*at aid the Mrs.Royal Johnson Palm. .Flushed- cheeks,throbbing?temples- ;I'.ftBfES: :Iat. -vm t.BBEA I D.:r'- ; .

:t -. .V..: '.;:..' :'l'P.. '.! ..... i.-1.:.....;<.;.. -, .. .... 4'' The'affair:;wa* tone.:of;; the ,:;brillian t complexion nausea, lassitude,".pimplea.xblotcbes, lost appetite,sallow. are I . .- ' .Y

'" .- ';:" vx.W ... lK social iocoases which:.oocaaloiially' occur ,,_M. A.,Simmons : ROLLS,-BUNS, CAKES, PIES.'f.EVERYTHING FIRSYCLAtrS.Msk.lri4i ,", ..;. ;;,
{ ItlBXnRDINE ::
"" ." --'....._----r'' < ',' : ",,, .- : J- ,': &,.. in our midrt'and;was greatly'en; LT..uJpr. :...-. _'" ____ ,_,_. tiv ; .....'_ ,.w; : }ft ... ... r: .;a' -:" 'E14; iettOw A,i" ? ..<0.' .

,t' +1y dwa.w s. ,. p g ... __ ..,. .. i.r .
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r:, ; .Wr' Wt I A" T S OriN. Sells Garfielcl Sprayers with Mb. (. Ji', .

,1 Agitators for. $8. 50, eaclii.i .: I ,

And'3ll i sQtJjyer goods' 10 percent lower ..than: ,any other dealer. Try him and seeJ

a" i: if it is nt so R. M. CHAFER Ia Mgr. ,

'. ; fl C. E. Scott has purchased a fine rid-

r.. iTjw7., !AaIO' G OUlt NEIGHBORS I log prairie horse with, and as now much prances dignity over and the I Geiod I Values in Shoes.1

grandeur as if he was commanding a
Notice to Correspondents. regiment of United States! cavalry. Men's: Black Y.ci! .t hand se ed t '3.O "

Alter Correspondents should lake palm to get 1| Men's Tan Vici, hand sewed, 3.00 ..7t
their letter lD10 this by Thursday morn- I
r, nf or Wednesdal'erening'small. Our Ipaoe LEMON CITY,UNEBS.. I t Men's Tan, Willow Calf ban sewed' \3.00 ':t
... cramped and to Insure publication the let ,
ten ol correspondents iS-onld not be later
baa Tbnrtda moraine. We atlll need a coy On Wednesday night last the members i. Men's Outing Bicycle, welt, 2.00 .

t Alken respondent KlliotU at Ft.Key Lauderdale and Flaater., Halland Will Cutler someone of Christian Endeavor Society, Men's Canvas - .
TUbf-f do toe work at tb...placel? Keep your with a number of their frienls, met at :
; : section to the front. We shall be Clad to serve Men's White Duck '
ivfk yon all weU.JIUKKEBS. the church and spent a most delightul '1-J00

l evening in social enjoyment. The, Men's Yachting Oxfords, .25' > I
FROM HALLANDALE. gathering was a large one of both old
Men's Nullifiers
....-.." '" Many of the'settler bare replanted, and"young people, and an entertaining Men's House ,
of music and recitations Slippers .,60
I program ,
but have bee, tampered greatly by ,
; rendered. those rendered
Ou aip'e' want o( stable manure. Two carloads was a song, Among"Not a Sparrow Falleth," OUR SHOES WEAR WELL. r
L 8JI jl r m'an'd' of, manure have been received,but five

\::. .. >> are needed, and it seems strange that by Mrs. Byington; a charming recitation WE HANDLE THE-BE8T
other towns, which need but one carload by Miss Oleo May berry; a song,
'? ."O ur.,Men's\.J\ 'nnch 'Calf, Titan Calf, Vici Kid and have received two and three, What Would You,Take for Me Papa '

'Patent Leather Shoes,made by Hathaway, Soule & while Hallandale, which Is ready and by Miss Willie Collier; a song "Heav ANTHONY BROS. '.

.\ =%.'Harrington'are.selling. like willing to replant,should be compelled enly Gates Ajar" by flu Dellie

tobe aatisBed with less than half it Pierce; asobg by Mr. Russell, and a MERCHANTS., Arcade BaiJdiai. .

Y gQ needs. quartette rendered br'Iweet voices. ,
: t1# Refreshments were served and inno II

? ( Our,Ladies Patent LeaierOfprd) Ties, Two-strapOxford. Dr. Jacobson New York of Brooklyn, has been Borough in town, cent games led by Mr. Russell, who <'
-' J ; made much pleasure for the little ones,
Dancing Sandals Jl pd-retlch.id. Ties with the past week looking after the interests were indulged in. Florida Visitors ; '

. Louis LV; j cpUarcyJeasing"the ladies. of his associates' 45-acre tomato '
Work has been commenced the 3
q'r5''Vi Paf tr 'of these hlgh-grade Shoes. They will farm. It is their Intention to replant rock road which is to connect on Lemon Are invited to i inspect the many N onltiealand 1 .
entire in fact half
acreage- over ,
'giY satisfaction of'mi land comfo of feet, and with the rock road
City leading to
of It ts already planted. O. N; Anderson Souvenirs I am displaying this seam. ; ,
rr' citl and after Little River.
9. ir wiU.Jcej yau.fnnLjb: glf0Qtsore weary has charge1 of the farm, and be The -

: .J your'day's trapping. .. is!. ter' .. states that if such a thing!I. possible Mr. Will Morse is setting out quit* largest stock of ;, ... ' .
I f 0.1 *
f\ of * he will raise a large crop and hare It number of grapefruit tree this week. i
rr : ,pwH. .. & mID w OOim .lriiUON., ; \. ready for shipment by the latter pact .
h .. I ET. Byington ia setting out grapefruit
's;<; -Sf'; 7 i of May. orange,kumquat and other fruit Jewelry 'L. .

; a .r ., ;:. John' Sewell & Co. Pineapples were not seriously Injured trees: this week..laskell's +

.W' .:.... ;- .. tfgro A.JTHEifiHQB.- - ;, by the freeze. The outside "
." {.. )i ..'l ? 9 Kg. r fancy crown creamery batter I ...
W 1)):' t.; :..,! t. t, A.fIl ... > 'I'r, PEOPLE.SU .. leaves.'were touched and have died for sale in Lemon -City only at I / ( \ i
_.,..:.\. '..!., 'r........'". ..!..:.. i75& . 'f-. . back, but tbe bud' is green and has Charles Jordan's. fl-12-tf Ever brought to ouchFlorlaa. > :: t ?\ -

} ; .r-.... "' ni j -rl i i ; -<>.' -s-' r .. .. . started, growing. .Iq very few_cases ,A fresh installment rust settledover and inspect for yourself, at l *.* :; -
; C ,was ,the bloom hurt, but tbe majorityof -
) ,M I M'lJ I .1I..DIJIt- E'i >> this section on Thursday of last <01 ';''''''of'''''''! '
.., _..,_..rc. ...,.;. !., .;.J...i... the,'.fruiting pineapple plants. will peek I '.
-'f" I;:: '. ( .". :-f """ -i',. .,,#r -' t. aeuen. and the trackers are busy at! WHALER'S JEWELRY STORE .f
: /'t, h ..'-" ".. 1.c >;... ; 6nnOTORS'.nISAGBDD- bear this' work spraying their tomatoes. It .has ( ,:
"" ;>".I" "' : .
.-\'. t" "' \ 1 'r (f t" : Servloes"were held Sunday last at even,attacked the young plants in the .Sulzner: Block < "
4 "Vy-y.- r / Sometimes over poiota WprofessJonAlf aee4 ,
e v 10:80 a.'m.'And 8:80 p. conducted recently made beds. *

.x$.J.. '. 01 ** oIcj!,but her;will igreeK by Tier. Jacobson and Her. Edman. Miss Sweetland Obenchaln, wb 12th Street, MIAMLlaar

4;..... f3> we put rep And compound their Services will be held next Sunday at teaches .if use -- 4lorfu
in had the
our public school,
,( ; prescriptions with,.more care and
.g. r i t; ,. .. the residence of J. L. Larson at 8:80
: ' h wfchthVttt, t aul.f' b.'drup the misfortune a few' days ago to lose. her : tef4
f < : 3 '4 .: t-r % p.1:m., in Swedish dialect. about
&x r .,"'...:tlacka.be' "J' nsed'anywhere. purse

. .. i: "You,.w111 always'.find 'us reliable The ,new, !depot at Ballandale is nowcompleted Mrs Stepbj .Tf a...Spsl of tne pub-, SljAgJN; : & CO.
arid is
greatly appreciated.The ,
went Atlanta
jpjfyffinMito f to this department of I i on Friday
- packing house ands bjim s ut for.the purpose of taking her little! Produce Commission Merchants
proprietary'medicines' ,and toilet If >J iiejj J UUJ-VM;"occupancy.John son Hubert, whose eye was injured ,, tr . .

_ ............ , .-,,_ ... ._,-_'., .' .. '. "articles. -. ", snot the best.. I :Bryant has shipped over 100 recently,to Dr. Calhoun for,treatment. 48 Park :Place, NSW YOXK.Sonttiera ,

.-; t'it: ....' ., .h. .. '" ... : .. .,' 4 ABTHUB P.r LANG, crates of tomatoes since the freeze, This_celebrated specialist,upon eum L = 4 .r '
a. -> :: "..,. .... i"'. | oj.* Proprietor. nation eye ,Emits I Y if tIWi > II \
that the entirely
Y found
1 . 'I.-r".Y.. .. r y......{ .":: !'t' ..."4:> :3 ;';-"''' J.T. Wodord has" returned from his .was. : r.IR
week's I tt..to 'Miami.. He is somewhat destroyed .and would: have to be ; :'
', .. .,... _;v J'' . Juo1Togs.aim
to !'t. .:> removed. A. ....... a.eoraat. -.,
and : W'l.1 ,
in health '
? ,::,",, tJ"j'f':,: ')' '-.r; Improved ire trust \ as.. 'Intee Beteeae. :' '$ I&UU8UftD

- ;Kel Airita1i' *he'" t will.." soon" be' u well as-ever.t '. LITTLE. HIVES: LAQ zqC8.. _V"1\ KTr. QHAIJ. .'h . i....ti Y*.JIL. t 4
.. l.t- 8. A.Mendelsohn of :Hew York baa -
: *%, ; ----.J "' /... I S-lT-im* .Yoesr D.peats 1. aaak...asl 3lwras,lE1a... j. I
;. _, ; 1. 'oJ ,, ;;:' been; spending.the last two weeks: at The 'new 'crop'of tomatoes is grow

Yw : ,,. "',, Are snrprising asi tbeC 'o1 q ,' o j Hallandale. ,Ue intends to settle'here, hK"aDd the:prairies will ,soon look u -

: 1'1--i and1resbnesa_ in rich. :com] % but,,has not yet fqpnd a suitable' piece! green as ever Quite'a large lot of the y
f' color of..land for his purposes. We trust be old,crop was saved.and shipments continue
j' ' and beauty of Tor Florida 1astCoastRv..xazt.1M
** ". f', .fc,4.: J .v .; i will ,soon be able to !find a'good, piece heavy. Last Saturday night over

; SuitingsTrouserings" .. ._,, ."" It r". 't" ,and be numbered with us. 800()( crates were'shipped bjr express. A '

ti;;: f";; ,.'.;.AAnd-PAUCJ. ,,.Worsted. . .Su, ( in'gii'W," ; " .. J.. few of our growers have sold enough 1tT1>EC'1'; iJll 1rt: tMt, t

-: 1k". r"v' ,Coat now. -and Ice l\i .fotftEufer, 1t.i Services! were held in the new Episcopal ;" o NIT No K A
t: -.. ; tf40 f T : James goyBCTWEBN TAVOXL
..' + >*.Y",4 \ !,.before, .. the'rtuh.c oivlncesv "iY:. i? Hook arrived Sunday.. Mr. Brewer church twice last 'Sunday-in the, _
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.li-I'J .n **- \. afternoon by Rev. Mr. Black: on .1 e q r
\V ,... M started for Alapattah Prairie with'three regular
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:}\ \ appoIDtmeDt'aDd at night' by/.Rev.
.f.tJ' teams and six laborers
'I - sometime
... "' \ ..M.IROKANT. AROADC. Buitoma. Mr., Keigwin: 'of Miami. Mr.; 'BlackWill

t\"'' '" .11'.. .......h......;...".":.L..,,_11I.,. ..t. .. \ .' .1 i ',.... ,iTAlIiQfII1'... .- p MIAMI. .. -kf ', <:! ( ;ago.,and .he was -so. lar'. .here* hold services again in the.after- ...., . 10 Oea L..:.. .Ffl.t1... .... ,w..
..ben the freeze ,overtook him thathadecided :
.. ... .. : ....
. ,, ; noon of,the second Sunday March. N. :
-,. , :
; "" his '
.-; ( .; ;-'- I to. continue, Journey. and .
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.....s. ... : ';" ';..'.._'. '*\.''' ..... :.T tike look'attthis: country. 'ne'lilo Mrs..Dyches,.who has been quite ill, t -
: ; r : ; J 'An!! l :;Elopement! t on a ,Bicycle I It well pleued/:with the: conditions: tt1uogth is recovering rapidly. .t.. .. I

\\'r' "1. :.. r. {';." rffiLriUFJl'iTK :I. .I.M f* "V**:T\ ':' .f7t'J' t he' has decided to immediately ' The painters are here putting a new .U.yep. ...a... 11. y
..,, .. Tonngt.Lochinvar' would I have
r plsnf another, crop;and .conse jcoat'of print on the depoLJL .."-: .i i
.... J' ,-..- ..... .. I. <-zbosen"fngprefecence" { to escaping quently"-bas-gone to'_'work. witlTas: .
W. <. *' t 't .J'\.i. .v on AAborse4f_he were livingJn our much vimind4eras ;as if the_ 'freeze A Chicago_firm has had.a representative -

.1.ts; ; .-'" ... l.i _. ; !;, pr :egtVjB'gejHe'cooldAlwAysu'.4fgejnd had. never visitedus;. <: here, buying" whole :'crops'at: so 1..1...:.. .1111...... if/ Z W. .....
rvi n s --
'. !i1 :1: on A WHITE being swifter y { much! per crate, and after: .getfing the N1 a N.N ep .. M NN .7r.N/

Vrc .- .': ..And' safer. -' than:any bicycle! 'that Neal& Higbman were busy. planting. : beat of soma crops he fails to claim;the i. t ..... t. ..... Ia .. .
'/X : ". '"co oebim.-Webs,. A sn- eedontHonday' balance.. 'He will get something 'more e a '1qP M ......1..1-..../.1 .1N..N.N....... 1/ i. .1N...N NNN...... ,

m. .. c r-. .ttfettOf, >fc,bf, qW BITliwitee: *,:for,. 'Fred'k S.-Morse 'and\ 0. G- .,Philips from.Little" River, but be wilt'get it in : &

: .c both ,ladies l ':Ands/fentiemed, that were'visitors' 'on ModQay.e Uirneck when becomes, herejgalu... j11.11. tN11
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-. ..". "'1'"< 1<" J ',.--.-.... '?*;WIU"sell-at a low P rice*- TheseATALAll Msster.Eddy Johnson.met with quite OTLTMyCTsTsuperintendent t' of..the ar N.1lNwbsttatt. N 1....
: ; :; i'::: j .N f fI
bigtC ......
.'j.. .... :! ?., .. vi.x sw' ; *T deTT handsome ;, a painful accident"last Monaarwhile express ,company, Mr. Witch of the Lv.als'.aeb ,
-" ,
... r 3 -.: \ ,. :wheels. and, the. best that Are made.' .. playing.with: some fire crackers.," The same company, and Miss Millard ofOrlando 1aio.Nr 1. 1f1.1.aw..NNE ,
$'X ''' : .
'J''J.Vt r J1'ft! premature,,explosion! .of!one severelyburped'Jiis were.in.Little River last Sunday Y i 1. P" i

.:j.E\ iMiamiilMMVl., 7 l g c np !- ,right.eye, 'ndlfor'asIort; : ,,calling,on Mr.and_Mrs. Winfleld.: : 1. l IOIT .1 .. ..NN..yLy.1.N.1. 1. ad 11.w.NW.N.N :: // .N N.N

Ry.i whili,.some fear was entertained:that

'. ,':'S;";! t. ". :(.:!' ."': 1t;_ .. .r'-L' ", .... .. :: .;., .. . .. .:_. . his, -sight- I"*:*'would' be impaired. "., # cocoannts.Wanted.Sprouted '. 2. to 4 feet bl&h.State. . KKW,SMYBNA.AHP ORAJQg CTTT JUVCT1OV. r x

z ".;. ...4- ., ::- :tI. 9Y;. ," .. '.. '+ : =t -- 'JobD Frohock; and John Girtman' number "JPO' pave and price. w w ":
"1:' .... ::-- :::' '': Only. ,good.ones "Ia 'd. '
: were out on 1ondarlbaklag- :Lak/ N ,.
: : 1NNN a. NNN.NNN. .N.N.1
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--1>... -.... . ) withthe1r n&merilua'frfends.-' *'" I O. T.1ds O4arv, 1 L6 1N NNN1I..N .N. S
; J . .
. ,... ,6-16-2t Ankona.Fla, .
;; -"t. \.frt : ; ; i, .:ti; It $. > J "T t _
: k'.d'1Vfth lbericb..Savor deia.u 'r .. *:':Gardiner I :A .Johnson trimmed! up :
;, ts Wanted.
't: J. ,> sacenlence And general hlgb-grade'' ,. their/old. tomato'Tnes and shaped L >tipibings A bustler to sell an article affording Key \Vest Havana, and Nassau. I IeJS ,

'1;'* ." ""''excellence> ',of:oar prime meats one<'\. :for a new crop on,Moaday.trBeIIgtoas . a' good proflt.Cf&.lpecialt1. for which 'WJST; ttQI7 et W..r. 'W ...... Z.ea 0iIMI.........
there I Is a steady and Ipcreaslng'demand 3.SKES .. w. ..MIl .....
,,..lf cnalomerlTwfeo. lG' ; J knIca'were' leases .w. m alf w t
; Artft ; held aCtbermld'et "" "* '
2' ,
''''' : ;fo".mplea required. Good ifioBraeadayaaAdTrldayaJaiioarylOter l" bos h saep t. aryl &a .at sal
cjf' 4' ---:17ii It.j : fey' { eeof Mr. arid'M D'ownIng w...WIt F .. (atatl4araq...4't.4! VIdUa ... :
.- ; -j;nrt : : .. -; ; !\ ,.... ., > n,1l.; : v '- situation for right party. Only those ANatl lant al.rabtlt btla a.>AO.eaestwW:, irefat .
, '. l pa r.& k 'V"4OE ba, :last.Sunday and Brother Moodypreached meaning:: business, need, spply. 'Ad- ds 4. s n 11.t. r
-'" "i- 'i.L: 11a...M4W.n qt\er;- &0 ; 'an',entbuefutfoind Interesting dress" "Manufacturer."Cleye 'and, O. LNL; :t ate1LN ak -t; ;1i=- ,age :=J
./7. f cif. 1 Ig in ''>{* . ** o.16-4: $ Z'i:1n ., .. m':1"ua.;.
it'- sermon
il *
i6ecrltfcai'eneobutw! on "Do e.: Jk En
: ; ." .. ",* --J:* .........,- 13P* ".wn at lOll ..r, tfrel.ret.. ......
; And"AS:we are expert fudges :of' y..n "lstardayain Ume..eou..1rtaa.'. 1rala. .
: number: Robbed the Grare. .
IifI. '. ?Quite of'our'farmers arereplanting'their'land ...JI r.ntile. . wintar.... bw... "..U171A., &alii. tr.e.stateSnata.M
."/ ;.. :,meatawe' will serf*\the best intha'1 .I : with:potatoes, A starUiwr' lncidentof which Mr.-John 0D wc .'-4 '.... !. _..1 '., J'( .

"! . '.:. ''40.. U1 >aost. ..reaapnAhle' *r Ii- es.. .", . . ..l. ': okraetc.-4Heretofore nothing bat tomatoes Oliver,of Philadelphia, was;the Abject, ..80.>t JlIOIL '" !"BOM XAAAAU. '
.' ig narrated by him ae follows::I wae:in
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'h :'i t"-t" were planted, and the farmers b WedDMda".4 Saturdays, JaAAary U tT
; : .h.. :', : tr< .,.. a most dreadful condition).My skin,was 1. so brn.cr A;: .
;" j!.J: .BSPNL.' !tf; "'I. r: wonld scorn the Idea of plantingany almost yellow,eyes sunken,tonne coated, ld o1n1dra y.. W ed a a d..a Tridata,7a 't' Tk aadl1l..day. t
\ : '- :;' .i D D J b "_ thing:els*, btft-!.npiff.: they.are:boldly pain on ttaoaUv fa back and sides,no appetite Ite H.- '" ; 1 ... .
,.., '. Dnaehl6Ronsirltd ,';(rradnally growing weaker dry l by0ay. ael, J'rtdqaprI1 { t'M '
t. l -" .. -;.... ....."';: :' Jo !,,- . 'i- ". if'l ........,, ... '. . "" -- ->> ,s6 { wlli:qtber;J*egetab.' Jes, ." ,..Three physicians had given ma ap. AprU Ill' A rU a: I"<
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wbicJi jlope !
t" : ;prove "equally'is J ___ '- .. .. ......_
:, \ I-- ., ,; .' III = -- Fortunately a frjend trying EJe .. Jl saran. r ,.. lti .1
i"I profitable u the $tomato;crop bu" trio Bitters': : I [ "'"> ;- -; -> ; .r td
... .. apd; m/ gnatjoy-andnrpries'the '
: r' :. : 1 *; '4: ' -' ' r/' wt \ Ip .W
RUTTER 'first bottle made*decided = -
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: 'l it'r' ; ':-a' 7'i" ColUns's new residence' is near* improvement, I continued a.beirVf tor -

'An. 4 h ly'completed ;and will be' rady for'oc three weeks and am pov A veil man.r I, ; !' 1:=. :a r.a=1: !

.t' t. . .,,. .. .., I Off. cupancy"_ in A*.few1t&_ .: _-'.: .:.:?-\'" .:"J;; 1; know they saved;;my life sod robbed the: ll 11 tseai t10I1 a ;;I$ ,. Wy...,-K...
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.. | w of another victim.-No :
.. should
"FA!.. , ') 'tS M."I"1' .....r' __ ,; '- ,'J.-B.3rftt;Intends'setting i out' 'Quits grave fafltotrrtheaf-Only 50 oe&ts taw, : :-R- .;:t .n.W"B&r"'l ,-ee","4aeM'Trltf >
WI ... }'.I :_, \ ;. J Flrae;sod J stria Caps sIuon bed : iYatFy+rev "! <<- """, 1..gtL-
11 ttrcrange'groTe ai' Bu..drq...pana.j ) : :: ;: -cr.-

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