The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: 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
Creation Date: October 30, 1896
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
lccn - sn 96027198
System ID: UF00076100:00138
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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1 Rev Ja. A. rt'ht'rul Key West. a and lhetrhL.Augus ins and Saianeorgia I the delivery l of complete.. telegraph! return department few years ego Mr.Cole rise, and w**p oi tbrs.bottr.IO In.coot -

r ftpjiaiiiA missionary for the Wt"IIl.ali Methodist nah and lirunnwick, ( expect- the night of election anil the day was still a'joung nun, being ,only 83: bad*of tbeimroeo**lire oaka and other

f 4a : Church for'the Nassau di4tri..t'C'.mt" lug to reach. New Yor .their home,oar following. He secured enough_ money years of agi at the time of'his death. hammock growth wbWa.." bO kbUr. IIF

$ up on the Key West a week ago, tonight So,. I\t;: h., They. will slo I top for a tu pay fur full and-complete return The news o his death will be received' standing. Huskier. has the prUi- ,

t-. ,. } !!! rui J, LaI and has' been.' visiting. on the few days in Washingti H, am]. a* a consequence at IhU' faraway with sinci-ri'& regret by all who .had 'the' eat place to bt I* f_1 UM. railroad o

t Bay this week. lion. IJ. G. Ambler, Gold Democratic curlier of Uncle Sam's domain, where. honor: to kn >w him. He leaves" a .widow -: ,from ,JaokaonvforUwr lie sjtfr. fb: A: .K'tliMt'
where not an axe hail been struck ten who is .1t.lauKhtrrol TbeoGEger, north, 'ont. of the. i-llrosd: z
W' ( Next Sunday, at $p. m., the ladies of candidate fur Congrcts, addressed { a
> MAHiKnf [ MINCE MKAt the Baptist. Church will hate a meeting our people in the I'nioi Hallla t night months apt And where telegraph wan the trafUV manager of the Clydes, who company, laM aboat 1 tvoatM' la a4aawbieb .

'\l .( : .. at tbe Presbyterian_..tent for the The meeting was well attended. Mr. unknown six month ago, two or threelh'oii Is regarded its one'of the brainiest men are sbad v 1and i ar. loot tag;thrifty.MO '

r' Kiwr Mrpose of organizing a Ladies Aid A. spoke for about an hour and was "and |people sill I lie I anxiously in New yur .. Mr. Kger also beganhis I I f you want a'' good hat 10 to ".U'.

: 'j MbecUucHs Mi iii i Mitten Society of the Baptist Church. All listened to with at tent on. lad order awaiting i full election returns by wire j career with. the Cljde line as.a buy.I Shoe 81 m. Tbwy Bare a floe lift*. f StfJbeentertaft

... l". ,*. thJe4Meitiostt' *LadleVare** invited to'be present.Charles was maintained )inside the hall, but a Tuesday night and)Wednesday next. Capt., B. tt% Johnson 01 the tug :O. nent and sedan,glyen
."'c -; Curry and family returned crowd of the "plain people" who had ,F. Root, of Mathew. ImJ.,' with' his C. Johnson]arrived iu town last' Sat- by the Trinity !ProdesUn't JBpiacopal ..

dealer B.' R. Powell, prominent lumber from the North on Wednesday night congregated outside were rather.noitj. wife and familyarrjved. ':a ''few days urday. lie jhad been down with his I Church of Miami in .tbe II Casino lat
of Jacksonville ls In .
the city. i since and will be resident Saturday night Was a pronounced mo'cess. -
and jtereafter oaf to raise
are domiciled at the Conolly Chesterfield He tug Key Largo working '
Talk about Lord !
L.u. RlcbDlOad'.ad W. J. Doughserty Douse Mrs. Curry is much improvedin with thin place. )J r. Runt (U a JUan of some the sunken steamer Astorias, which l Mrs. Jolii |l>. Tuttle, Miss Fannie -
would not bejn it ( S. A.liravo'when '
.; of Cutler, were in tbe city Wednesday. "apt. and bullies < and fur Tuttle Mrs A.X.Kingsley, Mrt '
t health. They will probably remain : of mean ability. *;. was,a goodssucceeded *e freight boat. lie had -
, he arrived with
rtr" over in Miami for a week or teir. .days. sixteen '( a ladies party many yeaJs has "been engaged in contraetj J\II raising the wrrckrdsteamer : ., t J. R. Frederick and MrtiO.; PQr Py '
'fj. T. Pennycock and wife of Bar- >ome pretty )|>ung on
tr" ; railroad and harbor work. He abo t five'feetj when part :of he lidJe..wbo iindertook
Mrs. W. E.'Cole her select tone; City of Key West last Monday
/ tow, Fla., are registered' at the Hotel opened youngnienlof : proposes to,..purchase a few acre of his tackle br ke and it went to the botle -' affair, dele 'e praise tofit.be U
school this week and has clusterof The Miami wereso
Miami now a
land Miami table resulr ol I their
near erect a home and set torn again Will make another efdajs. :
...."'tr,T.here' will ,be a grand invitation I "young ideas" about her placingher gallant however; Mutt Bravo had the/ land out to fruit. In. business. fort in a few He reports while The. gross atim r ilixed WM

.- -opening dance at the Conolly House in tbe position which Is the one all be c-Pul" do to hold or to one of I. ,.Jj he will handle bu<;li business i in hit at work on t e wreck the n.-yenueCuL- I iucting front th 4 the iyijlif,ito | hkh 1
; to-nigfau she enjoys above all otbersr=the opportunity I. his wants: by the lime ( Catholic civ.tectainnriit hue an may present ;itself. Mr. Hoot ter Wlnona ratite along side and ,mounted' | ib..l net profit*'realized

Frank E. Bond president of the to make friends with the "littleones" began. with him load 'uf were :There-wer .i*
: brought a car fruit :searched his ruseto" see if it had Solammunition :
Bond Lumber Company of flp lid. J. p. .Ingraham, Esc|., left for vegetables and, poultry from Iniana, boa A. The officers of 1 able. *for fll'* ,... ..; ND. >

was \\u tnecity this week. Mrs. E. F. McKinley is .spending a Augustine tart Monday morning after, which. .he sold here'at a large/: ,profit.A the Winoiia also,.searched the scow. lier one > by Mr*. FraaW f' s
fortnight with her friend, }Irit. C. C. spending several days iirthiscit Jook- 'Mer
work ) Irk and Visa Brlk U
The of building the IpidgeacroM : visitor to )Miami whose home Is at Uerep rts a HO that the U. S. man of I ; v

the Miami. river. where CbJiliugworth at West .Palm Beach. ing after the affairs of the Fort.lallas Atlanta, exhibited to the ,,'rlu'r. fewt warKeleigh rent down the coast: last : wo by MesdanW[fXcCrur.? .. Maogn- i

} crosses' Mr. Mac tries to bear up.the best be Land Company. While I here he gave I tin number tb *e by ,Miss Lucas F .
i "G' that. stream it p days .iu.;...cane mad./rom utirof the Tut'id'I'O that the tug Clyde'andits ; ;
jar can under Ike circumstances, but a feeling orders for the work '*>n .the streets to /' umber ,four by Mrs. Oscar Parkere t ,
l. r hauinioc woods, known a* princewrtrui. (consort t le schooner ,Cora 01'K.l'

: > Mow': ..wale Geiger, of hitler, spent of loneliness is stamped on his .be pushed and ordered ol her imi>ru\e- n.. .._.. ,The_ ____ timber takes a_ '!,_u._>lf_,>niliil n_._ West.. were un _s clwredoffTarirnierKey; and Mis. Oeorg Cooolly;. aaaiatr. a;
countenance.Tbe meats He No hail couferrjice aotl.st.berd '
last.DaHh..ilay, .Sunday and! Monday in begun. a a finish and i iit most handsomely grained. severat'days ast week. fivebyJ.M.Graiiam :
Council met and adjourned last with Si 11. Hidu red, resident Jeanie : The 'ladies .
by Bd;Keller. ,
Yli.8be'wu'' This :
who know what
, registered at the gentleman, The City of Key West arrived last
night without transacting any business agent on the Terrine (iraut, while iu allied with each other I Iq attrsclilog'patronage
Hotel M1 aI. i ill about stated that in 14
., talking a pileof Tnesday rig; t ,with about tWe11- n : :
the members with : '
a yellow the i-ify. "
. Ta ,
( Gruber4l to tables r- 'T
wood in the Hotel Miami -c .. ;
yard, containing ,
: Glen Strofam aad M. E. passengers, n ost! of whom were excur- "
complexion,wanted to Amble" down W. II.'Cud) state agent for the Williams fresfameBts.MrYed, were exeetteai 1i U
t sew men of West Palm Beach were to cord or a little better.of four "jfuists'who came tu welcome '
Co the Uuiou Hall and thatjiaatit A ; np 'h
date Clark Fertilizer
!iCoiiipany. : Qvallty a> ::1 1rt4 _
1 tixM \v.;id there thousand d.llarworth l .
was i
Cb.rpeCurr; anti t..ul.oaldwlr' *r -- "
return "
Y .,. u.chl.rroaa TtteJ4kl blghk'IttI'iJyee) | faoe.aiMf. li*te4ttuhe sung- of New" York one of the largest concernsof of timber if worked p'nCU..y program waacarrUd: oat *.,ef ally..' .Ate, .
tcrday atoning. from the north and to attend toeopening
the dying swan. < its kind in the in the .. | < Mn.Wack t
country, was! tiver. for fine, furniture, mantle. etc. J .bleclot. adu*% hy ;; '
oft ; ifotelCunully. Among
'" The Standard Oil Compajy are The mail, messenger overslept himself city yesterday and plaed an adterImement I burn and Mi. Whiteaarati; aoo by
= ; 11- this not the f
a pcduler.fr used! .our them were soi te of the most solid K.V..t .
erecting one of their itnri hntjMa,'in yesterday morning and, the mail with the MKTUOFOLI*: We at aniimt of hammock woods whichare Mr. Gartbside; i cob ay Mrs.. J. M. "flit-: i
\ business" and several! of theprettied
iI this city to supply the trade ofTCi-; matter of 3UUU people was delayed here trust" our readers will,git\'r his concerna burned in I heaps men" Graham' ;. a due ,'hy ,Mr.iaad} Mrs.
being log or
up ladin that city. They are
'- amt and vicinity. for""v/eotytfour hours iu consequence.TM trial and ","lie"etla., .,. will be fattened Blackburn ands i<4o by.W.8. brahan.Tb 1
cut into tire wood to get it oiif of the all registered it the Hotel Conally and
(;. C. (Cottrell has twenty-five foot ;was not the fault of our postotticea with the result. :The. main ofll.-e wa'l' I features of tie evening. however, .

'loop, tote property, of the' local editor, t the messenger is provided by tbe of the Williaiu Clark' FrrtlliaerCm-: K. F., McKinley, president the Me. will return to:the to-morrow Island City via.. City were the vocal store bl Mrs. Carolina '
of Key West morning.
-., out on the ways and will give her a railway company. parry for the south is at Augusta, tU. Kinky and llobart Club, announces 'Among those, [with whom our- {{i. Rockwell and| several recitations, ::1

);-- .general rebuilding. The four large boilers' for tbe powerhouse They also have a ware .<>eat I'alatka that the club will l hold a meeting iu came in contact were representative I.; M. excellently rendered, by her takaUd '}I
{ ii Mris Jennie Borroto,' of Havana, at tINs, Royal' palm are being Florida,, to .Ullpl.lhe: .'Florida I" trade. Union Hall Saturday evening,'at '1 :.10, Navarro'and rife, Peter A.-. Williams, daughter; Miss well. {Everybody t

'I Cuba, U ,visiting tbe borne of her placed in position on>> the furnace The work upon the'seawall: around to perfect an arrangement for: receiving Esq., George Curry, Esq. and daughter who attended, were will pleased. with

friends, Mr. and'Mrs. Blackburn and foundations. The dynamo' and engines the Royal Palm I Hotel) will the election returns on next Tuesday : Mr. and Mrs. Gf"O.Y.. Reynolds" the I program. TJw ladle .of, :Trinity .:
Mia w, c.eb&. nL, of Buena Vista. arc expected ,every day. The soon be commenced. It constructed night, and for any other business lI.'F.lk,1fIM, T. Falk, f. W,"I:Allen Church request ui to thank the people ;+

There will be preaching at the Presbyterian I finishing work (iu Jbe.. lobby is 'pushed. of broken rock, cement and which may come before the meeting. Miss Williana Williams,, Miss Lillie c;>>oflMlaml for the generous jpatroaag' *

w: tent next Sunday at 11 a. m. forward by the plasters.At sand, an-1 will be a concrel e wall. The ,. Come; out on Saturday.liight: and'make Alby y, KIM Hen son. and WalterP. extended them onIo ias(8atorday. eight.,, v I

/ by Her. Wm; E.JUanton, of Lemon tbe Titusville municipal election I bicycle' drive around the grounds will your record guess as, to whether Me- Curry. They were just in time for cream at Behr'*toe.' ...JfS r

r City, and at 7 p. m.,by )I. P. B.n..tLD. held this week. R. F. Hall, Kq., was be 20 feet wide, inside u which and Kiolt' or BrJ.n'will 'be elected; and the Catolic Church fair and tb.jeo, Inel.v.ry da.J'i ,

elected major; G. C. Elw.d.rlq next to the lawn, will b4! } a five foot what the electoral vote of each,will be. themselves much
b .C. Sultan bas sold "his. Interest in Joyed ; very especially LIJ II'Ot ttarP.fj. ath
H. S. Smith, marshal; J. A. lhpp..r.teU.e. walk. Work upon thebicicle road .'is The names of the five guessing nearest at the ] which tbe >
.". : the Lake Worth- News to Bobo Dean, d.oc''r.t pretty The wort of u witfwii*. ,+
treasurer. The aldermen elected well advanced. Both the walk and to the electoral.1,01.1", together with the ladies from K. in
\ his The latter U editor ( West were high, demand from .. .
partner. now apply pip .1WIoa 10t.beEI'.4ee
r Scobi'e the
were G. W H. C. Scriugeour, drive will be of the cocitanuts amount of the vote guessed, will be .
r aDd proprietor.. We wisb him u partners.Tbe & ,,- '(
L-- .- every J. M. Dixon and I>..L. Gaulden. which stood upon the edge'of\ { the ri\er piibli..hed in the next issue of the MKTKorou :- made wilt. u : r".tlPJa1IIOder :
success. writer a trip to UM MW aeUtlementof th* *o of Tboa. Byao, tai
f ,,. T. Penny cook of Bone Valley, before any work, done upon the *.' Modulo .
Two new cottage are being bullion< I i Monday and spent tb experienced plaabor ad waUrwork

. l.L 'naeCoD_ on llth street and one folk county, is passing a few days in grounds. \ The Rev, W. B. Coleman, rector of day there: Oar] trap was mad ''a little eonetraetor. This was 4\ th. iafomatloafaraMbed
the city) with bill wife lie expects to The following card whi-h' was re Saint" George's Protestant Episcopal i ahead of ached U time. A law number E,
f{J near.tb* comer of.6th street Tate a UM writWlyftsUrday .by Mr.
.j }, former, f.being built by C., M. make Miami his home at no late date.. ceived office few.dayi'aim! explains 'itself4 at the We METROPOLIS have- Church of Utica, New Y'nrk'will' hetldtpilt'opal of Mt1en. are f icepectrd from" Cbfoago Ryan, although he*.at4 thai JM a%bt 4Do'

born for Mr Booey. Mr. Pennycook is a contractor. phosphate fir : Church services the Union soon .after November fttb on which day begin until.day" two WIr. w.....
known Mr
Mr. .McDonald, tbe school' teacher." mining at Bone Valley. For a Carney !sacral yearsandextend Halj at 10: hi) a. m. anti at 7 SJO: p. m., they will leave ib. Windy City. After our Iowa bho sea oalyjJBaiploy\ abowt ten
-J. time be was engaged, upon the East our hearty congratulationsto next All Saints )) Theservices | '
,report' 'to the Mrraorou that 63 him and his bride and wh them Sunday, al. tbea arrive anotber trip wiU b*Bd" aDd men. When.... laying off .pip'ha*
Coast Canal.Mrs. along ;\ "
children bad been enrolled up to today l life of and provided for that day will be a oVwcriptioo of the tettUment given.( raehd. the marsh eootttry,a larger tee*,
Charles Peacock;, Mrs. Alfred' jprosnerily i c'via '1
given at the morning service and holy .We were well 1 impresa with tbeide*that b lbs tot
*VTbU Is lye pore than the enrollet Mr. and Mrs. Ethel': Fuller announcethe Bsnaasry, M} pipe; .
Peacock, Mr. G. Burrell and Mrs. .
rotnnunionwill administered.
at West Palm.Beach ( \ The this settlement will prore a soooeeafnl delivered .. tbe pijU' 11beeaae*of
.. Bowles, of Cocoanut GruCe, came up marriage their daughter, Sarah Kev. Mr.olt'm.n is spending. a fortnight one a* it i* in good bands and the people the eofnsss cl 1M ttad.i jJ&h Na
Messrs. Godfrey Oreer will begin Landon to Mr. 'Richard ( gr
to Miaul in the Daimler last 'arnel in his.
Saturday Miami visiting friend C. who out their Iota there all l
are coming to
to aBMint of .
job piaa
long lay thu a ai
; tbe.erection of a 'thirty-foot<< additionto night to attend the entertainment of Wednesday-October: theeighteen 'ourteenth, ) Garthnide. > 1
I. We had the pleasure of have their
to make coming a iocoea.
mean .
balf-uMb. ..
light atod pijM, of
their bouse in short time. hundred sI2
store. a the ladies of Trinity Chnrch. Theyreturned : and ninety-! attending a service held by him at. Ti- Gad Bryan. .ha.i.| large:,piee* of -mob he. tboroagUyl threaded ..aadgroored. a
will be feet d ;
Pa. At )home
Tb* building ; sixty p.wht"a Herrick Tu'sdayle.
borne immediately after the tusvllle '
two years ago. He is an elo- nice hammock land two miles wed from .
completed and two stories high. entertainment. ermberfirst,CocoanutGriiti'. Florida.. i'
ouent nreacher. The public are cordially tbe station. which +
HDOO are growing a r'
Tb water b** MOdeetl 'ktb
.. -Tb land' embracing' tbe. town site ofPompano The Fort Dalkia.. Land Company The Democratic rally ,,.held, I. in the. i invited, t/i; be present. He will large number of wild orange, lime. guava low hammock Bar 1 ] of ?

Did.county,situated' on the through its president,Henry ,M. Flag tent last Monday night! vat,wt"lI.t- huM *en IceNat 2:3 ) in the afternoon at and coonannt trr, *. The plans for the the pipe ho* to' allow *" line of UM canal', north of New River, ler, has donated a fine business lot on Cocoanut tiroY f '
tended and the shakers were listenedto town of Modelo, a. well *. those for Hal- tb. sear tb.dtett
f ha bee sold to W. 8. Uaton and W. the south side of 12th street east of the with marked attention. Ion. W. I.. The entertainment for the< -benefit of Und, four miles. delis side, will bar been .!'r- t '

". BUckmer, by tbe original proprietor new hotel of Joseph A. McDonald to. Palmer, of Orlando, spoke for an hour the Union Chapel.Nyhich occurred at more perfected wftbin .:abort tams,;wbn fte B ttPO

t *. the Brackens on condition that they and a half and Hon. Chart Dougher' Cocoa nut trove last Friday night, attracted the attention tbeee eetUemeoU will be Tb last I.....at%if ilfii tt was4II.

F i B. J. ChlUinworth,.. sheriff, wa Inc erect a two story brick' orj stone building ty occupied a full hour, hut not a* moment a good audience. Mrs. ;Caroline entitled to will be'gireo them io 'the col- lyth daces of &W..... S4aUwtg t "

, J- th*,city yesterday. He brought' down tbereon, .'establish the post- of the time wa. tiresome.' Mr. YVaithburn Kockwood rendered nmn of tbi p.....I,. bad aroused UM Paint V* tJO.a.. UMUT;. (?

.F the ballot-boxrt and ,ofltcial ballot*, office therein.Dr. .' Palmer devoted him.elf. to the financial I H.'l'ral I vocal solos; in an\admirable I If you don't want your clothing lethargy ud there WM jnora Bf*, DOT*,''
cards of Instructions. eta, for tbe general .J. G. Baskin, his friends all H1Inote while 9hokr .
L lame Mr. Daugherty, 1 mahi-; asnnerandMiss Rockwi odberdaughter torn, burned with potash, lost or e&rDeItaeII"A.. ... .IJaiua

&' election which. occurs next Tues has been looking unusually bright ly on the income tax question I lloth. "w has is a very talented elocutionist, strayed, take it to tbe Chinese laundry usual I. wbi1e &be Pumben 1.bowrd l tbeir' t
t : and happy the few days but bow John does it "belly good and sneep."
day." pat of these. gentlemen are arden| admirers gate several recitations. Mr. ttW.Burrell !Set! I r oonfldeoe* ia tbemlvs* 'tad war..... rrtomb.
Call io and see bow cosily and tastefully will it be after the City of Key West of Bryan' and in,accord with the Chicago : violinist and II. C. Montgomery '
While at' MoikOo.afoodsy t.b. writer .'-Ac.' 1'IaII.FafiirBiook> ...., ,
Cap Jack's place In the Mrraorous tomorrow morning Of, course platform heart and fiOU j 'also took part in the program,while .sod lruai IJae fifitiflningaodmaiirfajad
block i. fitted and see his there Is no connection between '' Fmk a walk north to the "tour-mU. bam*
tbl.p&nJ'l'lpb .
The schooner Bi..cayne, Ca >t. IlrnryFuxrard 11 M, James Button': sang a solo in her k," tbe of Goo. B. Hiock.. It'Io"'".igbtbwb.otb. ..bias aside
'stock of'rgo4 HI prices are always and, the young Iadif'lt1I'ho proper y +
: arrived on Wednextlay with usual excellent manner. We understand three mo sod tW.Ja ;tb1 9th 4
of iavaanab. .GaMr. Hioekley oomm -
aBofbe deserve .chare of
right a your AI.atopplal'.t tbe Conolly or ,
merchant the affair not
only succesM
general'cargo of ie from was ooed clearing Ibis piece of ham the Pointers made two raaaUwhM Sent-,
' to be more with of them.S. up < w GF
patronage. specific one Jacksonville.. The UHcyn: <> i i.* now as f.r.. carrying oot the program was mock wnfeta oooit of about ten 'acres, ton traek, oat. ,listing tfinaBnddad .... o a t

r r' B.W, Goode, Esq., a prominent citi- O. Fltta, manager of A. Correll'slivery fitted up with an .engiueofiorse I | concerned but that the amount realized! and whienheot ia-two ,in the cent. by braes. Tb.Plimbit maid sO.4brsms:

: ten' of Melborne, came downoa. the. business, left for Key West last power,. which will enable it Ho was iu excexsof tb..nrlc'i'patJoll of the tb* railroad laii Jaonary. or .a'little ear being.the only =--Ier.1 & bra i
nixed train yesterday and left thismorning Saturday, returning on Tuesday. night. make trips bCIwren'.lere: and .jacksun- ladies who had the matter in charge. lier. Half of iVi i4 now ra fins condition

lie aaJd. be, wa both surprised I clock-work ... 1 I a"ILejT$9
He report having had a very pleasant ville with ( .gularfl'! in the r A. J.- Cole, general passenger agentof fore *. H* bakjMitMeJ to b* erected a Palnters2 JPla.benl
said pleased} at the appearance time and is well pleased with, the treatment future Capt. Fuzzard tells I he has f0.0030. 02-10.
jus the Clyde Steamship Company, diedat neat dwelling for bi\pverMei,< )lr. J, J. 0..0 0' 1 '0 I 'S '0V.pin. ,
of our city. be received' at the hands of Hon. plenty of patronage promised if lie can bis home in New York City' last Joyce who ie Uriogt|tbere'wtl,* his wit., a M. 1f4'Do.alcJ. ':0.- .( r
a B. W. Evermu; W. C. Kendall, J.JT. Jeff B. Brown, Samuel Filer and other" make the run regularly, and lie .has no Monday., He had.been ill for 'about. a barn for stock and a bandsome house, .. I *

.. Cobb aDd iL M. SmiU ,, United. hospitable gentlemen of; the Island doubt'of being abletodrfso in future month. He.bad been in'the' employ of designed'after an oLt-f.-b logbooee, 1 't
State fish commissioners WasnSngton City. now that his boat is fitted. up' witb the Clyde for,,....rl) ,twenty! years. i &4. wioter tomo,; bim.el4 family. 'Or cotM L r;

,. D.: 0... 'are registered .at tbe 'Mrs Caroline Wasbburn Rockwood electric naptha power. He began JIlt career with. them as a. be Later is a uriiqut :d sir, hucoa& Five thousand choice Bed bring- .

r Cooolly House.' They are looking over and her.talented daughter, Miss Rock-' J. R., Dewey was busying1 blwIt'lf boy and remained.. in their'employ,, rising two or three taus. U mncbps .1 Trees leading kindsl4ttso'.PalaS" x
'with a view of ltockIq.l& with wood left....* last, Monday for Palm land Roses sad Flowering-PjAnto.: Prk :.. ':''q'
.the Bay yesterday among Democrats Republicans from one position to another .until other booM of the..me" would cost.To .' list on appUcation. f A. tJ. UA'TCS 14 .

marketable flah., Beach. From thence they so to Ornoad taking, up. gubbcriptiotto I fur he became the bead at the passenger' *premises present aa riling'appar.,2o-tf-lp a OIq'oittt, F i ,:

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(Article XIII.-:.continued from'last week., ) and the evidence. adduced as pbtain ant said courts,,so "far SEC.3. Whoever 'shall be found, in 'state of intoxication r

SEC. a.' Be it further ordained '. that the 'Mayor shah l as they are applicable i in examining, J courts, shall be'appli. in ;;any public 'place,'shall, upon convict'on. : .be, fined ,

pt'OPPSShO S' t' appoint, subjects the approval of 'the ,Council, three. cable in the trial..of cases before>> 'the* Mayorx J't V hot lew'than one,or] more: than\fifty dollars or be i imprisoned ,
judges of election and one clerk of election, 'and shall 1 SEC. 2. Whenever the attendance' of any withcss M shall in the calaboose not less than. ten or more: than + x

/ ;' issue. hu proclamation giving notice of aid ejection. or of lie required before the .court"to4establish; 'a'hy fact, the City I went, days at nard' I
>t .... :. any/special.t election, to 'be held. in }|the City of ,Iiairu;!;, Clerk& shall issue a subpirnator! : : said i witness-, to be served J I SEcVhoe'er: ,shall, in any public i place, bc,found .t.,

:: J'.EHh4I &tLitIiim) which proclamation shall,contain' list of the officer to by Policeman in a state, of nudity'or; irt-a dress' not becoming to jhis or ,: i...

.:,.. .Ila..rpotstsd lttsilQfO. I' ',be 'elected and other questions to be voted upon, the placeor 4 i ; trial,,or her sex, or in an i indecent: exposure of //hij prher person,. : ,J

M.. R0881" 8. places for voting.'the time for 'opening and.closing the render a .vitUfactory excuse, he:or' she''shall- fine l by 'or :be 1 guilty of any; ,indecent or lewd behavior, or; shall ""' "I\\. "

:% .... WALTER 8.GRAHAM polls, and the names of the three judges anti clerk appointed the Mayt in a stun nut ejtcee lirjg, fifty dollars., And if exhibit! ,- sell or offer to .sell any indecent or lewd'book' ,;a

'iff"Sf 1* .' EUGENE O Ct.CMttLIt/OYIIORTN FaoKINLEY. as provided herein, ,to conduct said election;; and the cause shall lie continued on account of his or her ah. picture I or"t ther. T'thingor, shall- exhibit, or I pcrfwrm an I indecent ::.. .

.;c a ,...Ai.ttor.fit- such notice proclamation shall' be published in a new- Musetie' ; : shallwue an attachment against him or i immoral: or lewd play-or other f'ntation,' shall, : "; !:

WAnt DAM COCMTT. rbOKIOA.I paper published in the City of Miami for at least thirty her, rcluirin;.him. or her to show cause, on the day appointed upon conviction of :any of said offences be fined\ in u sum '.
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1:; d'W. a. .I covru.....and 4erml.
ai ._..._au. .. uaa1.a.. ..4..11ecU.. days, prior; to the date of said election ; and saidelectionShall for the trial, why he or.she should not be ,further, ot.lcsll.than; five nor more,than 'fifty, dollars, or be i impri- ..:<.t
; &.iMMI11I. W. have w l lit t l two pia. "1' L ? t I iqncd .
3 t. .S.tr..t trots e** rtuc ItoMk .f. --a,, '' be condUL"ted"oraling to the provisions of Chapter dealt ,With for contempt ; and the Marshal" or Deputy1 at. hard Iat>orfor, not more than twenty days '' I.I"
.bd "'ily Ie|nt. ttm tk. Clerk .-4 ;
a.trwl CirmUt e.. Ail iWMt) UM M MMUS Jan.4.AMUIlda fc..vl..| all TuMi lard 4338., of the Laws of Florida, Acts of 1895, and the bal I!, shall; h'irtu'c of said :attachment arrest qid'wi..aCfoM / a SEc.S. Whoever shall' bathe, wa!.h or swim in any ,r

...... D.S. .-.aN..... K tort nicer lots wed shall be prepared by the County CommisMoners; V and: confine him or her, so as to have such witness before i f"l
.. hirlake 1 within the limits
.,... ii ,.t-u4l; 1 V I. .river:, : ,'pon or pool corporate :
t i as provided by'said Chapter. the Mayor at ,such time as, he may appoint for further this '
'''; of city, within tiro.hou' [daylight being naked;: or .e-.
..t M. D. L. Dodson, SEC. and of the election shall of t tiriginal .
3. The said judges clerk hearing ; complaint: I insufficiently clothed to prevent improper exposure of his ,

.""Y",1it it"t %) ,., .' count the votes ta'ken..at said election for each candidate. SEC. ::4: Where the ends of. justice may require 'it, all: or t her person', shall, upon ,.conviction, be{ fined not I less s, s

.. ....'. arkk and 1 voted and make ho continued. All shall ., :
VCor. for continuance
OIlM EUdiB IXk !t each office, each question upon, cases may be addressed
.ad.&Y.. D 4 than five: nor more than fifty dollars, or 'be imprisoned at
.. out list with the number ofOtCI cast ftir each, and 1 to the sdanul.discretion of the court under the
,... 4retitn..1 ari4I'e Werk s.aeetsuj, aa4 W a hard labor for not more than.twenty day." ,
.1' ........wS'-.......r.rerw .,certify in duplicated its correctness ; and said certified miles l :go\erning: the CircuitCourt, of the. Stale of Florida., ,
;tJ'}"'" .ILAMI rLOlUP.L j SEC. 6. Whoever shall set \etp gambling
f.4"l up
4....?ft, t lists, under seal, shall be handed by one of said judges to SEC. 5. Any person who shall be guilty of any disor-i I any .
device, ct which game of chance sMII be played for
3& DR.. J. 0. BA8KIN the Clerk of the City of Miami, and the other to the derly liehavior or conduct during the :sitting of the Mayor's' any '
money or property, or' shall} keepa: pla< e for,*or allow, t
.t, niAltl. rUlEIDA. president of the Council. Court shall be subject to IK punished for :contempt ; said:
gambling of any kind carried on, on.or about his premises,
Us4s.t.lledk.t. aleparirteM yaaderlatf SKC. The Council will meet not !later than the first punishment not.to exceed dollars fine I
fifty or
% 4 .w VaINntt", .....w..".... 4. twenty ,kt.I I .
shall upon conviction be fined not than fiftj. nor '
..; '_.or. ... C..N,....... Drag atarc.o Monday after any city""election or.as soon thereafter days imprisonment..SEC. I
..._... ,Ii.xt.r..M Ta. .OW Umt'.. than one hundred-dollars, or be imprisoned for not ",
practicable, for the purpose of canvassing the returns and 6., The Clerk ..hall'is' ue an execution instanter 'nlere J'
tt QatL N...creed to..Iglt_or gar than thirty days at hard Iaboror dlrrsuch fine, ami"imprisonment. d
., .!(', certifying, the result of said' election and 'installing r,; the' when any 'line is imposed<< .by! the :Mayor, to be levied ij. % ; : .

.. Dr.' Jas. M.;! Jackson. Jr.. new officers whom they shall declare elected ; at, which upon the :goods and chattels of the person fined, if the pons .1. ,
'. (SEC. Any person or who the
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'f time the officers so i installed shall enter upon the discharge' sum is not immeli. paid.which execution shall bear : .
.:> it11AM1,1 limits of of ieno -
'; corporate tUeCity Miami'rlay
of their duties as Soon as they, qualify, as provided by test in the name of the Mayor, signed. officially by the any
t. .
whecl'O'tortune ,
v FLORIDA. table, or card, or any other game 'of ;
: ordinance ; and at the same time, or as-soda thereafter as Clerk, and directed to the Marliohat'of the City of Miami. l' "., I..
ofo..t .. &: chance. ,or othtr thing ar things, hall, to: ,
!sr ?OWKLZT"SSu, *' PROG .Toa Mrty ,. ] practicable, there shall be elected by a majority of the S f.C. 7. Any male 1 person convict.tJ" of'violating I any, fore money any
... njJon conviction .thereof, be fined in a..sum, of not pre
!!.;t.".': ',1,pi" ,. 1 whole Council voting by ballot,'a city attorney, city: physician ordinance of this city,,and 1 upon whom a fine'shall be imposed -
;' .. J. W. Ewan than fifty dollars, or be imprisoned! at hart :'labor not snore
and who shall each hold his office for who shall be able
COMMISSIONER; city surveyor, to pay such fine and costs, '
i: UNITED STATES twenty days, or both fine and imprisc nment. '
; -1lofIT. heuc.aw&n ..A'ILAa.Ba .- one year,unless sooner removed or suspended by the Coun hall IK made to work 'out upon the' public works and thin ]
r? .I \ Biscaya* Date County. : $sc. S. Any'person keeping a bawdy house or house .. t
V'l cil, and until his successor is elected and qualified.SEC. trcets of said city such tine and costs under the direction

r a;- -:;.....Me1eUecU..-...d. .i.A44mWM. \'*.i*.....*. m d.. Cone- 5Each officer' shall receive such compensationand if the City Council, at' the rate of fifty cents per day of (prostitution in this :city! shall, upon con\fiction, be finedin

'IZAUOCC. CUCOARUT GROVE. FLA. perform such duties as is or may be fixed, by law, and en hours. And all offenders. condemned to imprisonmentnay a sum not less than ten nor more than fifty dollars, oljhejimprisoncd +,'
... .. Ooa'Zwis'
Jl ... < 1 as properly appertain to his officeor may be provided for be compelled to perform labor during'any such term .; for not I less than ten or more 1// than thirty 1

Rober\'R. Taylor. '\. .by city ordinance.Passed imprisonment.. das, .at hard labor, or both' such fine and i imprisonment.SEC. II : .
V, a Attorntry t-.a'W'. October loth, 1896. 5r C. S. All witnesses in any cause! before the Mayor's t) 9. A bawdy house, Is' a house kept i"i for prosution'and .

411, MiA1.IYWa1DA. FRANK T.'BUDGE, ourt shall l be allowed as compensation. for each day's 't is \'ioiteJ.by. j-j the *public* for such 'i purpose.U l In i alt '

""" )'i.Zapl BalJdiq., 1-8-U a President pro tern. ttendunce fifty cents, such fee to be taxed as costs against prosecutions for keeping a_bawd}' house,proof of the gen _
,,Attest: J. M. GRAHAM, City Clerk: j' defendant, in case. of conviction, and, collected by, the era reputation ,of the; house in question, in the neighborhood

A. R. Simmons( Approved October 22nd, 1896. larshal. ; .and, in case of acquittal, to be taxed against' the > in which the admen located may be used to estabwner .
\ I
c' Attoiaoy-at-Law | Jso. B. R'EILLY, Mayor. sty : lists its character as'a'baik'dhouse.. '

: $ [ .-I, I I, SKC. 9. Whenever any person tried before the Mayoror SEC. to. 'Any owner, or agent of ,such > ,..Ort any

: *. "UWITEO aTATMr cocoAXtrr QEOVE.ir FLA. ( ARTICLE XIV any violation of any ordinance of;; this,city shall be disatisficd ,house'or houses; who, may rent. or' cause to be rented, or

ffi.2 r i .. AI _aw A sew 1.1,.Aa Vacancies in 'Office. with the'judgment of said Mayor, said personhall occupy or'aHo 'to* be ;occupied, any 1 house portion-' 'f of- a

y. : : ., T. D. BROWN.ARCHITECT. SECTION i. Be it ordained by the Council of the,City of ,have the. right to.appcal 1 from the judgment of said house- to.be used as bawdy house or hou, : of prosjitu-

Miami, that in the event of any vacancy occurring! ;; in' any Mayor, to the Circuit Court of Dade Countywithin tion t.in the' City of' Miami, shall, upon.r com* hon thereof, -'
thirty days of such conviction. Provided, That such per-, be:fined in a.ilnn.tojnut,, than lollarh b
I municipal office of the city:, except.that of Mayor,i hy: reason more fifty* ; ,
sort shall enter into bond in double the of the fine -1'
Boom <4<, .% Doaf hit BoOdiaff. of suspension' absence from the. city, or other cause,,such and 1 amount' I imprisoned not more I than thirty' days at and labor., or
cost assessed! or if the judgment I be imprisonment, I both'bfi: I.imprisonment and
1+d MIAMIFWMUDA.. vacancy shall be filled by the Council.who shall elect or nC.anl ; ; any oj neror agent

appoint a'person to such vacancy by a majority vote of the men. such bond! shall be for. an amount sufficient to'cover. of 'such owner of any;! home* .or houses lisr city, whoshall
t R. E. CHAFER, all I costs taxed 'in the Circuit Court and less *
on appeal, not or permit woman of ill-fame or ,
members present. The person so elected to fill such suffer any prostitute, j

:c IN'JUOfles T tn.m ten nor more than two hundred dollars ,.additional, indiscretion to such {house or houses within said
vacancy shall hold the office( to which he is thus elected or, occupy any cityfor!

ont d. W. Wa Uoo'. Hard..... appointed until the return .to duty of the regular incumbent the of the Mayorvith: one or more sufficient the purpose of fornication or adultery, for'a pace of pne ,

sots. 1-8-1 of such office,- if such incumbent is temporarily .j securities, to IHT approved. .bj the Clerk of the Circuit week after due 'notice:' thereof by the Man Kal or other:

Court; conditioned to prosecute h.1, appeal I 'h c ensuing officer of the city, shall,' conviction th' eof be sub-"
W. Allen. absent by reason of suspension, absence from the city:; or upon < ,
Ueo. term, of the Circuit Court in this' County and to abide the to* all the Patnsand bed inshis
jest ,penalties (
(Other.temporary cause. And in the case of a permanent !, I press:
Attorany I rat. &w: j dgment of the court therein. When. 'such bond i is! section. ..
reason of death !
vacancy, by ationexpulsion from "
;: KET WBT', Fta; entered into and filed with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
SEC 'I': who shall 'bas4dv
or Any person
office of the incumbent, other permanent cause, then ") occup any

-. win- *praetiM- -"ta.PwcJHa1.all tb. Cow la, SLate J.U-U.sod the election or appointment shall 00"for the uncxpired such appeal t.hallnpcrite a/a supcrsedeas.SKC ; house or portion: of a b'asidy'house, ''shall, up MI conviction

V V term. ,. to. Such appeal shall be taken by bill of exception / thereof*, pay a dUe of ;[not, exceeding fifty'ci >liars, or I be

GIBSON'A. COLBY within said. thirty flays, in the same manner as now imprisoned j I for blot more than- hard labor
SKC. 2. The absence of a municipal officer, except, the V twenty days :a ,
ARTISTS. prescribed' by law fo / from the Circuit the Supreme both r
) TONSORIAL Mayor or any of the Aldermen of this city, to exceed'one I appeals to or fine, imprisonment. \ ;i iSEC. i
f,''fr"j. .. ___.MfUl ttcttUn*.lTe. to U. work of Court. 1 t
._.G V .aa4l1ttldh'. .M.....a..01..* kr", month, without leave first obtained from the City Council I .: I z. Any. person being the inner or xcupant; of
\ prewar talu.a ..sad I.pru uI.V UM frowlfc I SKC. 11. The Clerk of the Mayor's Court shall be I Il
be held and deemed an abandonment and resignation a house of ill-fame; who shall continue to all* w the same '
!,., ,1.Ayne.bD.ostiald.betnee entitled to the same fees as the Clerk of the Circuit Court l '
:. .. of his office by such officer so absenting himself.jj In to l>e used for that purpose for one'week, af r'the same; e
: ,.iW4., '. MIAMI FLORIDA for like, service for making up the record 1 on appeal. L'
the case of a temporary absence from a meeting of the shall,have been declared such shall, on convic aon thereof
Provided, Such costs shall be taxed in the Circuit Court
Wm. Varnadoe Council of the City Clerk, the- Council may appoint one be finel.in; a sum not 'exceeding fifty dolls s, or be i im: .
the final J decision ofthe nd'ouch shallbe
upon appeal, costs
CONTRACTOR. of its members as Deputy City Clerk to act for that occa ;;'prisoped for, 'a period of' hot more "than twenty"Says.!at
I paid hy/thc-city out of its treasury, if such decision on I "

aV: .r..Work. dad $l..tioga8p.oialt7. sion. And in case of the absence or disability temporarily ; appeal Diverse to the city. ha.rdla.bor. : j and 'the; Marshal' ,or other officer. shall hy

XIAMI, FLOEIOA.John .of theClerk for longer period, he may designate aperson order of the Mayor or Council, prevent its se for that
The Clerk of
the Circuit Court shallbe, 'allbwd
't -.ew. Iea11ou. juts one purpose by ,closing up such, house or houses j ejecting 1 1t"
) # M' Deputy Clerk, by the advice and consent -of the dollar a
.. I for approving the appeal bond, payable 'when.,the the t tenant or tenants; rj t\(

S. Frederick, Council, to act during, such 'temporary absence' or 'disa ;bond is filed with him by the appellant. \ SEC.: 13., Any, person who shall, permit >rhea of;a

CiTil l.WIUd SIrIeJlr bility. Such deputy shall be duly sworn in and his acts. FREDK. S. .MORSE' disorderly character Ito! :assemble in i his or' her ,house
: shall be valid and binding, within the of his duties, {within the corporate :'Ju J t5.to the disturbanci of the cit
Notary Fsbikilor r 8UU. at Lart scope President of Council. izens[residing in such -neighborhood, shall b guilty .:of
t. 'Twtioalsr'AlUBtion' fiv a toSab-Dino- .'in allrespects the Clerk himself. 'In case.of the failure assed October Sth, 1896. *: i ,keeping: .: a disorderly, ,house,| and shall, upon conviction

'iV.. OO0...aarp Wtt Bt&IM aaar. A Y. D..omb.itl.. of the Clerk ,to 'make such nomination, the Council .Atf"i t: J. M. GRAHAM,City Clerk. *;.;' thereof be fined not exceeding.fifty dollars o be irapris

r- 141-U.. < MIAMI FLORUA.tm may do so. Approved October 9th, 1896. .' :oned :|at hard lalM>r'for not(more than twenty t ays. lt. ]+ .
i> SEC. Aoy who shall in'thir cit '
v 14. person ||
SEC. 3. When the Clerk nominates a deputy to serve: ,.JNO. U.REILLrMayor., open
neftDTitra f '', I A r.oo'h1 or saloan containing any billiard or pool table orlen z
r *- ,during the absence of such Clerk he shall be responsibleon ARTICLE ,XVI. ":"- "' ptn alley, after, the hour of twelve o'clock'at night,

'rA.ILOR-: his bond and otherwise for the 'acts of .such-deputy. shall, jupon conviction, be [fined not exceeding fifty do-| ;
..... Pcarc, Good Order and flforals. lars or be
.a-a. imprisoned not less than ten or tnore thanthirtV'rda5 :
y OtKSi7..ta- But the Council require further or other ; for :1
tl.tropoll.Wldlag.Ylntl. may, security ECTION "I. Be it ordained by the Council :of the Cityof [ at hard lal>or. j .
ll ...hIt tit.otc.1. LatsU Ld..i w..ftLJ" orfrom such deputy if they deem Sfid t
,,, necessary.FREDK. Miami, that whosoever! shall wilfully disturb! the peaceof 15. Any dealer i in liquors, wines or beers who ;

z..4.. { S. MORSE, :.'" jthcrs hy 'violent tumultuous or offensive' conduct shall I keep open doors after, the hour" of twelv' s o'clock at .

(" ;,&,.. Pr. .., p&'w. rk 'to., President of the Council. or :night for the purpose'of vending the'sahie or:other intoxicating r
-- carriage, or loud and unusual noise '
by or. by profane, liquors shall, upon!: conviction, be fin :'d' ndt IeM

flk. | S. A; BAKER,. ,, rar.&ed October 8th, 1896. : obs.xnc or offensive language, calculated to. provoke a than five nor more than fifty dollars, or be, {imprisoned
.... ,.tJ-'ji: ,. '" Attest. J. M. GRAHAM, City Clerk. at hard labor for not; less than five 'han
breach of the more thirty
: .. peace, or by assaulting, striking! fighting
.t October V days, or both such fine and ,imprisonment. '
.2. :- f ; Approved 9th, 1S961 ., another, or shall such conduct in
permit or
JIB- aM "mss '. any upon any SEC 16 dealer in
<< -:..)0>')_'! JNO. B. RBILLY Any spirituous vinous r ,malt liq. '
"- ,1-'4-., .... :" ,'It.f. -.'. 'j : t. Mayor. house or premises owned or possessed by him or her, or' uors, commonly known ,liquors, wines and j! >ers, who
; X$ ol... bI &
shall vend
.t. 1 his her hawk peddle or sell the .tbe ,
V : rr or management or control, so that others in same upo ;, pub
fot.-, ti,,it.- ,alL.RfR2'aJCie.c +! ARTICLE ,XV. lic streetshighways, or" thoroughways of' ti'clt | o'r i
the vicinity are disturbed thereby shall
; .1 i V upon conviction, '' '
AJ .' I' l upon hc Miamhriver within the limits bf'f lie: 'of i
; : Courts acid Trials. \: be ,lined in a sum not, exceeding fifty dollars, or :be Maanuj which is hereby declared a public highway within

i :: .-S :. kc1iHgaccttipgytof V l SacrloH: I. Be it ordained by;it he City Council'of. the imprisoned 1 for a.period of not more than:twenty days at ,the meaning this section, or who shall fail o conduct

.t : 'City of Miami that who' is with his or: | er.business in an orderly: and decent 'and
t ; ill, ddods. Tb. oaty ., any person charged. ,any hard labor, or both. manner,
in ''
: < : "I! towel V offense against the ordinances of the City'of Miami, shall' SEC. z. Whoever shall 'disturb one hoW building or place of business for each {license he '
congregation she
,' .. ,- any : or :ior : shall, upon conviction, be fined nut less than
;J \ .;- _J:_lt.J PUP1QfibsstirWed be informed! by,a summons .in writing served, on him ,ofthe'nature assembly met for religious worship by making any noise, 'twenty-five dollars ,or more ,than three hund ?ed dollar,

5-I' tkatvGibier.; : and_cause of the accusation; shall have compulsory -or li,Y rude,and indecent behavior, or b)''profane discourse; or imprisoned for not: less than ten or m::>>r'l than sixjV

: serLl, : '1.1O-11.c' process 'for obtaining i ; witnesses in his behalf; shall ; when in a place of worship, or so near the same as to disturb days or be)! punished, by both I fine, and imprUoorneuU

t; ...,, :.=':' .,4>. ,;... have a speedy trial before the Mayor; shall be confronted the order and I of the :Pr'dfJ.shall be noweverVthatxiothJng' contained i in4his section i
", '. ._...., ....'..'.' i' .. .. : solemnity meeting, shall, upon construed, to prohibUvthe saleof. liquor beefor 1 T& '

r ;} -Woee.. w".... fliasstattrrrs.....Ja..t Ito aad Uoiud w. ddfa I Il with the witnesses ,against him-nd have the privilegth V con net ion, be fined, in a, sum not exceeding .fifty'dollars. wine on' any railroad .car. stearafcctM>r, 'vessel'which, t isP5r f.\\
:; ''' =......., aDd..bssU.e' .'" 'cross-examination, ; as.In the ,Circuit Courts, of the State. ',of .or i be imprisoned for" a period not. greater1' than tid.on"regular: : achedale'aDd duhUiccAted' to .sell.
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all Eaat Coal,"';". Priara Qwrmo for goods dUvarad to any part ot Biacayn* Bay.,, 411.good shipped ly tl.1I..City of. Key w..... Piicea cheerfully on application. OuaranUe .b" ...at of g, on return of sfsan>.r: ??i

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THE FLORIDA KEYR- olothibg amiable for their. needs it a met
Money; Froits
Money Money of not over t30a There are families In fogthere Ship our Vegetables .' &. .
--+- coiileuted and happy wboee annual
U do ,Cot vxi-t-ed half that
t'btoN ) amount
Xren Miami People Know But Very but Ute vast mMJorily of human twinge, Hide's Etc.'toCO. .,
'Little About These Beautiful would prefer titlive iu a town or city with + ,
These Bargains in Furniture. and revile Islands. tbtir D..ee down tithegiiud.tooein an t
., : effort to ke |> up appearanc ou a Alary '+
of "it() Alb when their HARRISGAHDY
per m "Sl| MMH.ex-! &
Wove Wire Cots $2.00 rlofive doctor bills exceed that amount .,
,: Palmetto Fibre' : Window Shades Oak DO HOT OBJECT TO BOLITUDX. and who ploy aa much every year for rent :racJaen- .. XT.orld.au ". Chairs 60c, Floor Malting, ,. alone .. would unpport them in com .
fort and iod"'p f'lIdtouc.e ou the Florida
Bed Boom Suits and everything in my The CkMpMt Md U thu..i .t rue. U tk.D&1U4 Key.. Bat luey-have the edrantairee of
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line low But**to 14*. j tMO per Annum society and if they an> willing to pay for H 3hc8r Market Prices. :IGuaranteed C uick Sales and
at remarkably prices.
AmpU to toppen a TimUj In Com-
that pritil tort and "D4IIDce.T" ROMPT on plication.
; cdata ctac and 3nbalaaia __ There bas never beeu any parUco'l
-- lar bootu laud +
speculation iu REV..Jili : State Bank of;FloriJ, National Bank of J* aonvilleor. may Ba.
t."": ; .,.".- Cailor.rtte; EDWIN NELSON The Floiiila; K.)4 ate known l.y DIknfoan key aDd w.< presume a tract of leD ortwenty r House of oar i'ily. UcLBtoNov.-** 1,
over tb. United rtute.. Vary few p**>- acres of good land aitliiu eight ofat r
Elerantb Avenue"D.'Miami. pie however burr any ouuotpttuu of wtialtby least M neighbor or two could be bad .
"t.2-U.p St near #
are like.' at from tu or twenty dollara per acra.
'ltM>y extend .l..ni r tie Edt Coast of If allY bon-t...... are open to entry on Iiitis; N P
Ftond. from Norru Cut.u iul"t uppo iu> tbe Flonda-Ke>. we do not know of any Fertilizer Phosphate
Hi.mi all tU w.y to Key >West iu fret better place for I. poor man to locate. ,
llMt cbfciu i. prulou.Ui but iuto HM Gulf The Minum aud Kiy Neat Hteamahip ,
Fredk. S. Morse, ut M xi4-o: fifty or'tisty miler b )oDU Company ia now o'peialiug a 11600i.w""kly JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA .
.' I line ( tt"o Miaina ,
Key WNIt. Tl*'y n jjroup of ulrnhatIbgiug > steamers cud
in eiz0 of from }ewe dote iu Lbe Key West and before very lung will w.
water to tu MIX of tbirfy, IIIMI.cr_ doubt be operating a daily boat. Tltm
RE.LETATEt TM largest i. Key Liirtt{ which i. abut teamer. pane aloti.: the keys within titfbl
: thirty aulm ip b t gtrj cud n.lltallt' frum of shore and will touch at various points HaDofaclorers of HighGradea ll

.. one to two oiilo iu ftJJlb. M.uy of them a. soon aa ahipmeuta justify, besides thi. ;
baa MfeUleuMUiU upuu tbeot bat tlM>y are daring the pineapple and vegetable .bip
all oomparalively .piirouly wltknl MM yet. ping season tbe F. E.'C.It. W, .ill no
Miami Dflde.Cq.. Florida.' Even people wbo I ba". lived ou B.) doubt run tteemer from Miami down Tomato Growers should 'use the Bert Fertilizer HcalUl the Itst tt ;
{ Biacayue for year* l tiave bat little p reoual the !bay touching at the vaiioaa settlements .
tii koowledge the Koya. T Iwy sell along Elliott: Key and Key Largoto } \ tNCClrCafi-
tail you that the uuquiui! are lernblv pick up shipments and thus divert the '
AGENT FOR LANDS OF\ <' down on tbe Keyn,"aid ibey are bowet io butioee. which... heretofore gone vie Little By-os. Vegetable No. 1, and Lit e Bros. Tomato 1MvCammou

tb.ir ataUoMtil. W, bare .pent M week Key Weak, The keys are very well aitoaled Special are the Best Brands m he ;
or more down on those!; wlaitd. Jut iug tbe aa far aa shipping foailit lee are coo- )
Florida East Coast Railway 'Co., height of the aeaM>o]MUd ..,.. troubled earned I f" they cau either Head their pro .market' for tomatoes. :. :;
': I Florida East Coast Canal and Trans. Co. very little by iuevcU. We admit we wry ducts viriLe Florida East Coast Railwayfrom '
have been fortauate and,.ppoued down MIAmi or with.... prompt aDd regular Williams \
1-'tr.gI \ Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co. there at a time when thorn moat unwelcome conuectiou" they have with Key Ellis. & ;Branscomb, :A ents1 ....
of tfueata were absent Then .train West via alealll r. ,At present: they can tf-ga;! 1 I j dTE! FLA. j
a good deal i depend. i.>u the IOCHl ll. Lip ao aa to catch the weekly ..Alalloryteam.Lip : -lIt -
,. Some of tbe small key. are Jomposvd alojoet for New,York. I ,
etiirely of tuau rove .w.rnp andsome A. a healthful location for a horne a --- -- ----- --- 1 r

of tbelaigeet kry. lane fiingc. of few acre on any of tbe keys near the :

Frederick &.. Dearborn, mangrove In such localilie.alou., allure the tuoequiUw.for miles iu are leogtn.cure shore faring. The eastward breezes are can delightfully hardly be aurpauoi'J. cool- The Chance of 'laL f efi t e .:

Io be nnmeriHia. It tmpoa.ible for any cud invigorating/ ia the .nmiuer and soft -
Io jtidie ... to the of end Ualiuy in lb. winter, before stated .
Use prevalence DKMqniloea ]PIANOS AND ORGANS AT ,A SAC: IPICB. '
REAL in any section a ilboata r...Ueuce Uoaquilooe at lime are tad, but if oo ,
ESTATE of eevtfrul mouths or aSrbole amteou. but clear away the forest within a hundred IW. pnchased in Jann.r -I..tlbe) immense atobk of Piano,Organs, Sbaai ;.
we are inclined to Iwliave'tbat. '' those people yard of their house ou'the ocean front, Music and JlbaioaJ InatromeoU of the A. B. t'ampbebOo. (| w.are riouoff oat u.., ;
wltu toil you that they .-terrible there gill ere periods of week at a time Mock of Piano and Organ at unheard of low price Id make room for a foil line1** ;
.i dawn ou the key." esaggerMe. the facia. even iu mid-tuinmer. when there ail the celebrated Cooover New England Schubert and Kinjribary PI...,.. w. bav. ;
If you qne 4i..u your lutorni'tiut; )oa nil not be enough of theee peat to cooalituie Lb.fullowiDK'wLieh are worth from $100 to t3W mat' than we ask'for than: ':

Choice MIAMI Lots at Reaslnable Prices. flud tbal iu uiuecaatw outuf': tau be will a nniMUi-e, and anyoue who baa lived ConoTer earl_ < K. ...1........ .-....i .....tr.'IO.H.I_h..ala,' I. .......-.. -....... yes
-' admit that be Las never burn down there iu Florida aOl length of lime know .. X eb.... r...,..+,.... s tk-b-rt"! "."(l. __......;....... trta .1"
bia..elf Mud what be know a w h8lt11lM)'. that even wbeu" they are at their worst J. ..............-r-; ... t-N llrtrolia. Lou '. I ............._.......2I&t.: .
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Authorized agents for the sale of the Brickell (South Side) Take the people of Jaeka"ouulle.IbUian the house can at very little expense be )( eb.?.......,,...." .... 4uU K"ererl. eb..w.rM.ls; rw.E I
: lots, the mOAt desirable residence portion of Miami. River and Lake Worth who bare never made almost mosquito proof and duringtbe w : K Wai.'.. ..' ......H I::) KiMfBtrtiry.. Mr> A.M..a1"........ __ 1.
visited Mi.04. They ,.ily'lIw' poor aouUno day when the breekee an alutoat ooiislant .. t* 2* ** ..., a'u ... ..:...... -"41-
tff malt v..t........ ':,:. 31. Kahe ...o.t.-..
Also food trockiag aDd fruit laada in amall traota.Forptieaaaadtannaaddnaa I linnd. tW
compelled to live Uowu here and they are Very tormenting in .. "' "
are snot : : 7 w.l..i..I.......; ..... t1S Muse..ut, or -.Y'..... ....
5 .nbmit to being".,.& up nuttqaitoea." the clearing or plantation and the work .. l'eb.. ,..............i..... Q fate.f._....-......_..-. _I7Ic .. .i
Those who have been ao urtauate as to of underbrusLibg and clearing[ new land il.iuei Bro. .1 .' ......,..... ..... >ru Neab,t EYana. k, ... ........***...*.. I.' it
FREDERICK & DEARBORN a : .J ... 17$ J.L M.Mart. a* ._.. .
r have spent this: entire .obuer here in may be ,uuderlakeo at convenient .., **** n.
b 8 {m.b""m"r."rl..... 1111. .Mo.n.. .__. .... .. _
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\ Miami clwe to a dense bammock are iu a when they 'are not bad,! Tbe keysare
24f.gr' Miami and Cocoanut Grove, Fla. position to testify that with the exception now 'becoming dotted 'with settlement Some of,these limos have been rented, but its bu t>a>!them repdput iabedandradndad.
to of one week early in July we have never *all along the shore school end in tborong! order.sod we guaratse" them to be satrtaC Ory or money ;e.,
y been bothered with mosqaitoea at all; poatofficea are being established at con- We formula. I. acart. instruction book and deliver f. Orb. 1acbJ11t11k. 'CJIaIa
} yet the statement. i. incredible. If 1Ie rebirut poiuta and we have no doubt the Sheet usio at half price.
were toatata the fact no one would believeit mail alit shortly I be carried by steamer "I.ata1I..Fttl" ; IlM
THE NEW BAKERY. and if we were to make it{under oath we seu>i-weekly, in-weekly or daily instead: & sic Co.,

would be strongly suspected of perjury. of weekly by sail boat u at present. 4 E. FOr8flh H&., \\ -- .,
Wa believe this .pprelaeD.iou estate to \-yl.. people even among the rest- 1'
,l{ i litk Straat,west ot fMaaogar Depot. a certain extent iD reMard '0'lbe Key We dents of Dade county are aware of -the B. F. I MiHlER huger: Isc.be. Jacksonville,. Fla.
I. \ are ware that at lime and in,aome localities number<>f faini.ies who are living on the ;} I
Bye the mosquitoes are very bed down b)I.' When the Mrmprous was preparing -
: Bread there bat we doubt very much take it taw la U-gin publication lat May aDd .
'Fr. sh I Vienna, I year around, whether they[will average we bad a law days to. spare while wailing
; Home Made, any worse than at ladiaD1I".r; Narrow. I fur our mateiial to arrive, one of oar shad :9i
l Jupiter Narrows ou the east Bide of waite a|ier. >ual can v..lot.uLacnwra onE *
Lake Worth So much for)1Mt mOottJulloN. lioiu Kry and K-y Laigo. On accountof
a factor which "Yerb Jy-take.; into coutiJeration adveiau tide aDd unsuitable boat be
Bled daily aad Datirand Fro to any part of,Iowa.a in selecting a (location for a was not permitted to do the work aa
borne iu FJoa i IL \ thoroughly M it might have been done. East Coast BricklCo. '
; Bo1L D...,Cakaa,Pies E varrtbiag first-dam Specialty of fresh eonfeetiooa .
: aadoaU. I bar ooa the most modern and first-cl.ss ovaoa. Pienio. and UeuraioDtanaiabe4 A few years ago some vat ait U. S.lands IlitUipouly embraced Elliot. Key' and .
abort notfea. were to be bad uu some of the kea awol Key Largo and yet be bad the pleuure
partiaa oa we are informed that a few! bomesiead. of acquiring a Bator flft)-.ight subecnb->> \
ADAM MAYER, Proprietor.K remain open for entry tin the ialand.. era wbile ou his mistiou. Some of the Jackson ille4 \\\ Florida.

& 4eUm.svel7tMaj.....01 Meta K..B..mb r the place.12t&Street.JaM wed14Un They have remained open intl tLU lale day older citizen of this neighborhood,ridiculed
Gl,.......MI, .. maiaJy because of lb. wol.ted situation the idea and wudoui .of making a ARE lAID ACTURIIG GOOD,. HARD, BRICI AID HATE .
t of the keys Men like to |have IIf gbhur. trip to the keys fur tbe purpose msuti wed -
and live wbeia their cLildieu call and when oar representative returned for reaching poi Is on the.Eaat Coast., Will give Tory low piia.u k.FICILlf.a\\

c ti I have the advaiilaga of Acboola, where flatbed with snooeaa they admitted their J. & SMITH,Jr, 0. \\ 'f j,
maila Ire frequent ands ., iu case of i 'iioraoce of conditions oo the key exempt Sep 4 to Des 4 1 ,
aeriona illness, a pby.-ian; may be summoned : by hearsay and were anrpiia-d at I ; ,,
; 4. promptly. nc... botwithelau- :, tbe number of settlers we reported as \\ ,.t.I...
TOWNLEYtBROS' diog the remarkable bealt.falueM of the having found. It abould be rememberedthat r',
k.). and toe fertility of tbtiaoil they have almost every one'of. tuoee subset_ t

Dot settled up very fret, and even hers whom we secured on the key. at A Fertilize, r for Fruit ---"- 1 \
.' land war that time the bead of familii' --
.. on the kea the beet \ entered are
DRUG STORELrftti0 msny 1"' ano. Tbe people of Elliott .Tbe amount, of land iu cnlliratioa'and ''

Key Key Largo aid tbe other blauda between qaautitwaof pineapple 'and vegetables "ThoJdaaIPino ppI6 Fortn.r: ,
bar and Key W s4 are a very which are shipped from the keys every ,
., tbri/ty"I... Tbt-y nave ioat'e a good season will prove a genuine eurpiite to .
HOTEL MIAMI.A living at fponftiwr( and crowing pineapples anyone who care to mveeligate tbe sub J _Price $25.OO Per Ton.GUARANTEED .'
and YrgrUblM. They Iran i i..d their ject. The population of the keys ia .
Celtlitl( Ulit Per Foal Dr'I., P &at __ fillet IrtIeIeI, Statlaeq. products 'to Key Weal od lbir own bound to increase steadily for many yearsto ANALYSIS: f f'

Cl, n, fl..Tiktt*, Flu Taflst top ul httauj.FraaniptioM ecboonera and slipped from there by coma and the people of these ulauda ..- .f|I. Moisture, 8 to 10 per 0el,
will be in '
ataamibip Io New York New, ;!Orleans or an important factor promoting f : AuMQia, 4>j to I tt ;-J.(
omrati j compocadad at all boon day or aigbt trfiGQNTRAqrOR Tampa. They are people' al.aya pay and sustaining growth of the City of 1 Pbuephoria Aeidvi; ft to I M"66 : .
t ', ,". their debts and aa a whole are in a much Miami. They will prove constant ens- !I potaan,(actual) Io 48 w r. ,. .-"
and .supporting uditioo towers if our merchant treat them right 'it
more prosperous. tnan many other coromaiiitiea$ and they always pay their bills, few of Hade Ejrclunvelif of Bright Cotton Seen' Meal,.Kit rat e of Soda Miood-Bo..- .'' -st{

I f. of. throughout south Florida. Not thai they them ever asking for credit. Besides Diuolved PAoxipAa1Fice'!,Ground Tobacco Sttmt. ;
baTe made more money but because they coming here to boy good they w ill bring and Sulphate, of Potash. .. i....
l- have spent leas and alter .Qi that U the their product her for.bipment and to Of-WriU for directions for mine and farther,'.,UeaJ&n. Uo ark for a eon. et tt. .F..rtlllier '. .. 1f
only true remedy for keeping Vrot of debt. sell to oar local merchant thus supply for troll ;!'> v.'!

I dutte; ; and saving money: IWbat a Uian accumu- ing na ai ih: fresh eggs, poultry turtle Ye CurJ t.line Stock It Pertilher 111ertaJ; c.. 8. Meal, Tsbuw d1et, 'i'.
II latea or saris and whether ot| not be ao- etc.,at reasonable prices and contributing H
; AND BUILDER I ; quires wealth does hot depei nearly ao to the importance of thLa cite u, a commercial Vritefor. price before, buying Wt seek the growers tfadt direst ;, :-.

much on how much be earn M bow little aDd trading centre. WILSON &TOOME :' f'
J t :All'Kinds;of Stone tVbrk. Plans and Estimatest spends When time permit,it wi old pay any i'; $ }'

Tba people of the keys from of oar' readers to make a few days cruise The Fertilizer House of Florida, .!
Furnished Free. healthy stoat They mcstly deceod down along the ke)sand meet theM people '"

MIAMI FLORIDA. 1-S-U.J. from Bahamian parentage. Many of them per.oo.UT: You will find them plea- -12-U-if 7aekpon 1U r .
-w were bon io tba Bahama Ulanda TIM ir ant and @patable. It would be parties Casa I: UABXKT.Acaota, Miami;. M.&rowfAgtnl, Qjcoannt OroW <
tastes are very'simple, tbejr; ..bating DO ularly profitable for oar merchant to \\
... : i tendency toward .xtravagan ie or riotous make the trip and meet them personally t'
t living. They are seldom if ever ill and and coach tbatr trade. Any enterprising -;--- ,
r lire contented, happy liveThey!! lire merchant who would care:to operate a 'I. 1\ ?
LUMBER AND, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES largely on flab} which may be bad at anytime trading boat from his headquarter. at For Winter of 1897. -- I *
from tba water about their borne Miami we believ would find .it a vary ,
They keep a few ctickana aid have a profitable undertaking. I TIle balk of the -1
,I Have Now on' Hand a Full Stock of variety of tropical traits nrtrly every trade of the keys baa always goo to Kay &
month of tba year and ned sever want west heretofore bat tba extension of tba Choice Budded 'Florida Orange

f ,,Lt; .' Dressed Lumber, for vegetable. Clothing ia a smell item railway to Miaina will faav a marked affect ,
: hence their bill. for gyooei iea I and merebandiaa in diverting it to this point. -

,.. :;. : ; Bill Stuff are very in tba limited.United There Staten ia wherea probably ': .
oo place FrUit and: _!
1' "'f \ Brick hnatan bcag can live M well for tba When 'von .visit Miami do not, fail to l GrnJK} I .
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money aa oo tba Flotjda kind take a top up the river to tbiraplde &
mash and Doors We bave dea to deaeiib tbe aDd look upon that.naI, mysterious p Iavyv '
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"" of tit.that one who intend to make a waaU known. tba Evenrladea. and also Strictly First-class, and True to"N e.
ou.J. '- '=' home oo the kaya abooJd expect to par- visit tba large spring ,of.< pare fraeatooe *Peach Pram sag rear Trees.Grated rtnammtam*. strawp.rry naauy KDII*, '- to tact *
......-epoiay. ..ol.. e&neUac aBdB jUdii g. 'Oan beloaod A' .'TnIftIa Itnet, sea Theresa people who are adaptedto water which will tarnish tba city of ,1: : tyervlhiag grow.u a ar ..,alueeq. a -
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tefp S t\ ,1f'-&II' ai,oppoIit.e4ePa&. .... .. ; 1 just each conditiooa but the''great ma- Miami with ao abundant supply of para VWrtUlorprlc otcaf kT onGEO. tt-K. j. T
t t. / Jonu of raGe are nri. A family cold water tbs watanrorka H. WEIGHT Or
oar as M soon aa. are *
f 9! ; .,&"., &OO-z-zw."'.... .1 J Im eoettartsble CIa the Florida; ll sad cocpplala 0 :.11 to aprl 1.1re i t 1 :, ,,, V'

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t i ronM stopped. Th.IhYe I..eMIt .era lIU!' PU&DEfiTr which 1 received! tbe poll goes 'to

Tie of broken boxes with sharp win nails >If we bad the' ability to lame the show pretty conclusively' that I bad no Bantof
Motropo& enemies' in the Democratic ranks,or "' A
; projecting may produce' a serious gentlemen who will be privileged, to aavBisc
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'...-- wound oa a human being and may also reside In the White House fur four If any, they were men of very little

,' 'Tam Man- - - Impair permanently the usefulness. of years, beginning on March jib, next, Ih... c.I'f't't'iyt"d the support ..Unewllpapt"n I '" ( .1 t
8OVTMW In both counties and feel
!! Niwsrars ProIs ratable horses. We trust that the we could make a fortune. No human d'. J .11 ( ,"

f r' .Ta.-o ftllKuw> Ltwenn ow. proper authorities will sea that the ordinance being can predict,the result frith cer 't>grateful to them for that support. '} ". ..,.. '.'. .: ,
$TAT returns I
.. -' :: referred to Is strictly enforced.XXT tainty.. I' After looking over the election ) MIAMI,. FLORIDA., ,
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'reiitr.a to w ; of the net work of te).*- I conclude I must bate received about 1 ; if' .,'.
lw t .+t hbpwsd By means. ;
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11" assr.a.Carstoratt.a.{: graph" wires! which spread over-this all of the white vote of both counties. I,1;, iATili Dx.xa:TBI LAWS or Fwntn,. t'
.. .. Dade county give. good band- What could I a.k. I' certainlyhave : ,
i"-Y.f- :; :: _;;. .... u great b.tloolib a cobweb the peopleof more : :... '
*i; iAt'Y' .S; IWI. .- 6eibr tome vote next Tuesday for B.W, Davis Miami who care to sit uuaii hour or no desire to sling mud or prefer j I

..."t:1- of Palatka, candidate for congress ..
.. charges of treachery again
know anyone.I
R ) :-c. __ two later than usual, will the rewit Conducts a Gener B4nkirg r',
from this district... Not a. word has : wish (o improve' this. opportunity& W- M. BROWN. T'i
before they retire! nextfTuemlay Issues I Drabs All :
usmcss. on<<
'" ''Date..,.. -.._......:.,... p been uttered against him In criticismof though, of thanking the. good citizensof Pntwocur. ;
result l iq 1878
.' ;...;._.,_..,._. night unless like the and Parts of the World Accounts
/ : ...... ...........t. :._.....:.,....:..NM...... I .IMf his character and ability. Many of 1888, it is very-close. 1 I bo..h'rountlt'll for this unanimousand R. R. MoCORMIC'K.. : ;
") --::-" ; -';: -=0 -..' .. you met him face to fate.and heard his We Iin..be country will enter hearty support. They have. shown VwcL Par.sasT: Solicited and Every Ifavor Con-

stirring words at Miami a few weeks : confidence j In roe.: I 1 .CHARLES H, s'DEf.' intent Conservative BiaVMatjonal "
Advtttisiog Mates.BdCL of before January implicit hope With
!: upon an era prosperity 01 1 1Seaboard I
.' ago and those who did know that his 1st next whichever candidate may way be able (o prove myself worthy of I- f t A. rtJ sin gtlxtended. 14 111 '"
1 heart burns with the Ire of true Deinecncy. -
.oa 1tatOM I would'
riiufh confidence. ,
win for there causes at {work to so suggest
are \
;. ; .."N.....:. ... --. What Democrat into the who.voting Is bring about that result fully a.* potent, that. our newspapers drop all this Unpleasant t ; I : :
., the name can go
( all sr the '
o jfi'.o' so coutroversy over pad '
.. .GMc.t.. m p .tt a booth with bit conscience next Tuesday possibly more so., than legislation COPOS7: Ts\\ ;. I : >
";"'" 11e.Un14.. '' If I" 110 lit for that might be (la.cIt"d.f f refer to election. Let UK use all of our energyand I t; I M. ei' S t r I r 'J. t., u ,
'hree this Democrat ,
Oda lit ass t..sea and knife true time looking after the interests of 0
]t. Y.sw.a tress the of our'country and theauvancing'pricer Bank New
'i t w Ir4t great crops ork.r >
himself of Iac.a.ct.t'd.
one who baa no hope :
.-t. .'>. .......XatIrH M'.ta ..., .... of cereals a* a resultof our party in the next election ; i i i '" '
hoe defeat the Nat'I
as.dKg but simply hopes to soil '
.. :' be.......,.. Ur0.rC1.WINtk.dtspIrtru the heavy foreign demand.! I..to I. come off next week. Let us 'poll l Ban of Jacksonville!, : J ck 'Ille. ,
hn'jr.t .'\...... regular: Democratic candidate.Tel lie 1 t. ,
I all the votes we can. for Davis may
is elected shall have
: If McKinley we FOREIGN( R"KE P SDENT\ ; :
: : '
) .- : need them. K. N. DIMICK.IdDton \ IT .
;lb. Jf ass ... as w VU wtac that good times, for have, not t bf| money : '
KnautK Nachod and Kuhhe. New !
of --r-- .
ti impression repeal kings said ? Capitalists and manufacturers ,
r'ir' t.w.acc.pta/a : the lawa providing for the organiination so Logic.W. / .
Jack) MUsri. rk r
have confidence in the Republican ri
Mart IkkbU.....ik aw...Mta.t. &. 'aud support of the State Beureau Ii. his _. tl
&kt JI.l atatrb.rdb II Mr1 JI1a. of Immigration destroyed that department party and they will otWn their Jo':. ('atoll moved i into new '

t+a.r.k Cow(tern*. M U_. ....*eta..... of the State Government is erroneous. mills to supply the wants of the farmers 'house on the east side of'the cans). Elegant Iron TultMyki ud Bir lu-Proof 1 Sale]jWih! Triple Coacissloi I IBM> Lab

..... isii is v.ijl.r o wa.FU.la Tbe Bureau does not dependfor i .
J-r. who will have the money (they get M 1'tI. (libbonii, who has been runninga
:-s',,;' J. ..sews Ua.Iry.Meat, rla.. its existanre the pleasure of of the Most pond Miie. | / I
upon l !
f'"i" c... - .. .. ''but is recognized an front a good crop at good price to buy bakery,lias a commodious tent on Atlantic > i, ,
'{ :.'........ u.. P.sleMe. at Mlart. !lard. integral part of the State Government new clothing, new furniture, Irarpets, Avenue iiirely. filled up, where ___' _. _. __.__' ___ 9
:. ..N..a4-rl.. utrt., __ by the constitution. That instrument, blankets stoves and lumber, for when in addition to the.. bakery, she will furnish i I

..>sJ\\i::==-. ..sb.sdbuddr.aed su4, in defining of Agriculture the duties,. declares of! the Commissioner that be there is a good crop at good prices. then meals to the. hungry traveler.A I '

......... .awt away order raze fj -,ball keep the ,Bureau of immigratin" the farmer I. prune a.u builds: a new new ofllce has sprung up west of ( r 1Il I .
.ri!' ',. ,Tit. un rOAST rTBU9HIKa CO. The Legislature possesses the house or ftbulld' his old!oDto .and furnish the railroad, which is to be used by the' : 1

c '. -,' -. power to provide and to withhold support it and this creates .I d.nl.nd for Laud Company.Mr. 'ia' i

4'; tte, par OCTMU SO ISfiJ for the Bureau.-Florida Citizen. all kinds 01 manufactured' and ,; Mich. o t h'THE -
, everybody I. bapP1.c' t. after the interest of tIX.
----- i I.* here! looking f
of the Citizen It"
; des wvery on the part c' will be.the woe way;! amore of .. .
l.rlt1j.I. after all. It I. true the Bureau of permanent bails, r kelected. the pineapple syndicate that place. ., .
exist but if the Mr. Lewis, of Tult'doOhlo,11 here ,
s Immigration Legislature -
: may
: )t.III.aot tMt temporary I (
and will spend the. winter with bin son,
to make
neglects any :appropriation '
01 rd
spurt 01 good times or 'fr. artiIcial '
"V t In Its behalf it remains In a bot-boultt order of unl a fewweeks' and perhaps will make this his permanent THRIVING SUBURB. ;

marked condition of "inoccuous desue such came I In It49S home, as he IH well pleased :with:
duration as [ i
tude" and as far as rendering any after we repealed tbe Sherman act on the place!, especially so with the-cli- -t : ,. : "_: r_I ..4P t f .' 'j .A

benefit to the people it might as well the, assurance that good times! would mate. ,.4
l not be In existence.Do Mr. Trine: Sonof Saginaw, Mich.,
do {
follow if we would only so.
If Bryan is elected! the the capitalist have located here and are! ready for 'F FryfOTS": SOLD THE FIRST: WEE .
noble business.S. !. i \
fcaTTRDIMOCRATIC Ton believe m.a. William cannot afford to have his nioney lie idleor t !

Jennings Bryan the pore, 'patriotic the manufacturer to have his mills 8. Linton has received notice from .
} Size. 60x100. 1 Price $50 to $100 $10 to-$20 cash and .
standard bearer of the Democratic remain closed. They will brae j up and .the Secretary of State of his election! as ;

party would stand unmoved and permit face the music and with a little effort justice of -9 the peace and will.qualify at $10 per).month. Alley in rear of 'each lol .- \ '

tbe butcheries which are going on toanalitetbe. true situation. invented I omee.Severalof. .- "' One mile from the\ business centre of Miami i (proper.: :
I,r in Cuba a.o"coatlnue ualDol"t.edP He of the excitement of a political I 'cam- our representative men

txrq JR is the champion of humanity. He told paign they will& realize thai the!! nationis have! gone to Boynton ibis morning to Eastof; thdtrailroad,4loselto! ] the Bay.- Bu/.! 'i. J

them in his superb speech before tbe still all right. No cycjope: of disaster attend fruit growers''association. lot nbw while they may be bad .cheap. '

\.A I Chicago convention, in speaking the will accompany. Bryan's election'or Tony Nadu the Italian who has been -' : 1, *' _<* fc fc 4'i' &' r. '

*: wishes of the farmers and toilers of the inauguration if that result ,should obtain. doing land office business in stealing, f P .S u e. i' ;. .

western and southern states, aa opposed t j: was arrested last Wl'elt..nd, taken to ROBBINS MAHAH & 1llILLINGOTll
to the gold standard advocates of 'tbe countryjls
: Every journal predicting West Palm Beach tried before JusLice ,
r tbe east: "I come to. speak; ii behalf of wtfat tbe resul will bf. The Elliott and bound over to the ss :

a cause aa holy aa the cause? of- human ilanorou will not venture any pre- county court, and for,want,of $200 bail' ,,!,

ity.** Will McKinley, who representsa diction in positive &termsbut jwe will languishes in jail. Among tbe treasures r-131if : (tBROWN'S'BRICH'' 8111LDIG. ... I I "

party which does not believe that this say honestly, despite our Wish] that it he had collected were a pair of I ''I .f

country should even dare to manage might be otherwise that the odds appear long white kid gloves, ..quantity of .

i. its-own inancJal<
in befcalf 'oppressed'; and. struggling -i i true, "the producing and': Iac i4rial shirt walsU, and yet Tony was a bachelor ,,

Cuba our nearest nlcbhor'lYote classes and all the toiling' jmasses are! Verily the way ''of the transgressor E. li. B. ..yb. .

lfO IINATIOx8. for.Bryan, tbe champion of the i behind the Democracy," but alas, they! is bard. : ,

oppressed, tbe man who. stands for his are so easily deluded, duped'and,intim Groceries Grain aildarde Setli .'

,' .!&t1gltal Ticket convictions, for the cause of humanity. (idated.: The persbtant ell'ojul: the Cocoanut Grove Item Hay :; i ;, .. ,

For Presidential Electors: .11 .. great Wealth centres of the! nation operating (R..eiYed too I.r. for last lwn) .'" L.4 *.

,, B.A. BURFORD,of Marion County. Wa publish In this issue a letter from through an overwhelming majority The lumber. is being hauled out to r 7 I IXl' j .

W.8.JKNNINQS,of Uernando Count] E. P. of the journals of the land have>, build the new Cocoa plum school JLIZfi !
P. RA>KYof Leon County Porcber Esq., general managerof 0
FBANG_ B.CAItTY'RotJacksonCa: the Indian River Orange Growers' in our bumble opinion, been more' effective boune. nJ.I IAGEKr.RJlAN1: 1 n'f f i,0 .
r '
than the superb oratory and "
# Association also general manager of Work I is being pushed rapidly on
""' the Indian Biver and Lake Worth Pineapple brave noble, patriotic wprda[of our Mr. Harrington's new house. ;Ills call the atUwtioo of the people of Bay Biaeeyn.to our atoc of Staple 't
;;. ,.Coacr-Joul ticket and Fancy GrocwriM, Frniljmd Food Prodoeta nf all kiiida;also. out stock of Grain .
,t't.";" :For Conrress.. L td Congressional Dist.: Growers' Association, He desires standard bearer.' We believe' McKinley neighbor,Mr. Jh.arborn.l.getting.materials Hay Bran Cotton Saws Meal Ground Food and Wheat., : :
( ROB ;RT W. DAVIS. to form, .a Vegetable, Growers' will be elected. on the, ground as f.st.1 possible I r .11 I
"l Association" embracing the grower If good times follow for! the next to begin his concrete boa se. They \ ai. the owl},bourn on Bay Biaoarn;; darling",'- rclyUU>fal:. >ovlVi _o(
gooda "'bay cioas will sell .1oM. Wi"io\iUonreiHt >4 >o ,d.1(01'. & t.beeu r of Hon. E. N. DimJckVfrhicb In Brrvard'and Dade counties. We lour. years we may then be satisfied I are pu..Ung.bl"ir grounds in' fine cod your patrouag fad* Verytroty,1l "t E. L.. BBADT CO. '1.Iyii

-':z.: appeirs in this ;Issue. Its feel that It world be to. the interest of>> : that the financial policy advocated by dition'and also planting gardens.The i t ". : + If .

u par la.elf.,( T every grower to. take this matter Inland tbe Democracy was wrong. 1 good school has already enrolled I .

". 'ofc .. .' '. actively.and perfect an organixalion. times.do not prevail, if the rich continue -: fourty, with M"Yer.lmore to start in a S '. .. '

'Tneutkkeathtkd"Th.FUty-Cent Tbe result obtained by tbe Indian to. grow richer and the poor poorer, i few days. With five vacant: new houses :
":i' ioHarVwhkh appears IB tit II issue is River Orange Growtn'.AttocIa-. then we believe the people .1111 arise and two more building it is likely Chase:; '& Harrieyf .j'I. f
.. one best discussions in their might and that tbe will .. :.
In ourepinlcm': of the LIon and by tbe pineapple men of Lake ;.scales that the attendance will rpach sixty .

?ir:.. ,f the. .ael.l'uatloa. we have. Worth ,and Indian river daring the fall from their eyes before November before spring.There'is o' .IIlHLlI' 0

:Rnrssdi put few yean have been remarkable.The UIOO., a/ hat a declcive! battle will be .d"nllDJ.nt'for ., < I AZ108S"Fertilise t .
i better \
.. no
; with advent : ..
I cost of membership la a merely wagetflttbe polls the,: of attend
: a town than a good school well <
;Oinnrftbe: ; things our city councilshould'do nominal sum, and we are aatisled that the new century. f -REPRESENTINO ,1 OE-."), 11"
ed. Those baYingrl"al estate to sell'
M* as soon as possible is to pro with an organization of this kind they You ask why we believe ..lIc I.leJ .
& videsome manner of lighting the can receive on an. of from SO to will be elected. We say because we would profit greatly by helping to procure Fen Mitul( Life F1.elir( ul Cimlhit [L 'fi
average accomodations, for the rapidly Increasing ftVri Jtii 'vnirt-r' aM y &.' streeta.'v It Is almost ,imponible even tortO per cent better retains than the are very doubtful l of getting:eltb r.fa- : '. ;I'iV'9! htA l II S
.' ; to nothing of a diana Illinois. Tbe MrraoVous. school.;; The rapid wtb of _. ..:. -
: for':; resident say Individual shipper can get. We presume t # 'ateiugt'Ti.* find his way about town Mr.: Porcber will issue a call for would be, false to ita judgment I if it Dade county is shown very forcibly: by '. I f. l'. +u+ V l J 1
\ the demand for new schools and "
-' on-a, rk'DrCbt.'hi.5 a meeting to. be held at Miami lithe held out any.hope of Ohio,! Iowa or 1 HALL'S SAFE A I<
more teachers.' Possibly greatestin D.1.:0t\ NCOAptrok
few near future and we, trust that our Michigan, u we are aware actm. [Democratic '"
'WE understand that a of our cit- its history. &inlFerliiiMra and n .
readers will tike in Interest. in the matter paperr claim. Virginia and t r E'sstilir atfw .t
.. 'bave .contributed, or Intend to Several have tomatoesand t
tens andittend., California'are doubtful. Kapsas jh not persons Zt. I Totary public Stat. ..at ,
: :contribute eaficient funds so u to. enabfe certain, nor,cats we even claim' ( )rl.- eggplants already. set out. and, '.'Hf :' t i MIAMI, FLOfflOA I .

.' s'. ; .them t0get tbe:'full returns of the TH business men of wareMarylandWest Virginia! ;:Kentucky oiuera are preparing tueir seedbeds ,_ I'i r.i I,1 J :\ ,t q' r. l'' if.

.:ear. :'election by wire to this city .e!:t Tues Melbourne. alive with eertal1; t,. Bryan has in and getting ready fur great ly .In1- .
town otftbe Indian river, have
.. We suggest that[if perftnisslaB or creased this S w 0f
4ay.night. the votes which can be relied upon and U acreage year. p4 .
.... .: can be obtained it' might be xanited for purpose of advertisingtheir sore totes almost sure, making 168. .Mrs. Korkwood entertained a Urge .1:
town to tile world. A committeeof .I
.. "wH, .fo bold,tbe meeting labe school baa been appointed to Delaware, Maryland, West! Vlr inia audience.on Sunday evening-I with some f
Bye. perfect a
,boaae ,or' if that cannot.be done and and Kentucky would make :jBO more, sacred songs.. the Union chapel l Rev. .
4 -' blackboard is movable, ,to. have It permanent organisation. It was also ;AIM i : ...
: I.
the his best : :
: decided to 'have ten thousand pam- swelling tbe total to 199. Virginia, BolUm preached one of sermons ... ::; .t ;
sufficient seating
taken fo.some ball with California d Kansas, nave. II on satin and his characteristics.
file returns phleta printed at once, giving a description | I'.,
capacity so that maybe Bryan
would ...lSeleo ,
of.tbe town and ita advantages make 2&, or George I.. McDonald left for Cutler .
.; spread upon the board as fast as re get them. W> earnestly: trust be 'J
T, as a place for Intending home- on Monday. I 31
:: 't ceived., seekers to locate. Now that the summer will. We. could afford to lose! KadLaa, Dr. J. W. Jackson's'brother, O., D.

t We beg to call'attentlou;to an Illusiiirated ar of our discontent la over and poll West Virginia and MarykndHf vie get Jackson, and family are expected down : .

r article from'tbe Florida Home- tics are almost a thing of the past Illinois *,&t all events; the .issue has soon to spend the winter. TOWN LOTS; INOW jON S i lilt
been squarely made. Tbe people have
4 : .eekerwhich. appears in. this iasve would it not be well for the businessmen Mr. Carter I is arranging to handle
been appealed to and at mldat< : .....' 'W are'enabledto reproduce tbia arUle 'of.Miami to organize themselves J school books. This will prove a great 'I. 5,
into Board of Trade Business Men's Tuesday..we will have, the verdict I ,, / % .
'!4. > with tbe illustrations througb thee -* TLtttar oonvlence! to. school patrons. -, I ,:
similar that -- ---- ., .
4; nurteay of Mr.Jf, E. Ingraham, LandComnuasioner League or organization so Strangers are seen in the town almost ; :-

f:. of tbe Florida East Coast they might act unitedly In an effort to 1roa Era. !. K. D 1aI day, but your correspond '
every '
and VicePVesidentof insure tbe continued growth and W. KKTBorouI A. E KINGSLEY :
permanent .
fi Railway Company S.Onaaa, K4Uor of tto ': ent baa not the opportunity of reporting '
t be Fort Dallas Land (Company. The prosperity' W.*atiiy Dana SIB s-In your last Jasue I nuticean their names, therefore if feel i .

', 'L r tilostratlons bare special local interestjMcanw well-feel gratified with the remarkable article in answer to charges' made slighted in our reports, consider any It on : ; )jl/ !_ J' jl'1 i 1U ill

.'. e6 : tbcigentlenvM% who is exaBlntitg growth of oar city ibis far, bat with against you by the:.Tropical |Sun.la intentional and we will try to do Jbet- .dene ent IJdilllrl .J\JIIiIJ\DJ

w J < the orange* oi'""lbrlnj-lo klnc a little united effort we believe that a this article you ask if Ute Sun speaks ter next time come. I ?

T f; tjeei wttl be rKognlzed aa' bar great;deal can be done to keep the ball for Dlalek,or II the article la'' this you

:""l .bs. a ; ;BayBI'cajoe.. fenodoff if, are rolling needed;. There; to insure are many the things'permanenttours which connection to say (1801I have empkaticaUg his approval.) that I I;wish have Several from drummers our merchants J'eCtOIeellar last.
'.J. ;- of Miami We: should be doing Uken DOn In preferring those are hopeful signs. ,
.gl' ovW
\ :: PABB to Miaaii lb Flcrtla Sat ObostBail'way .
.;. S'.J. win b.;. .. ,
.-;"", ij .._ ,4"eq' #" t0ff4. something eMoare manufacturing"- charges and am' in no, way responsiblej Mr. Carter has'added a millinery funded to. parebassr**\provided parob.sr;trill prod.?8-rsmI. h. such "*

;,;- -. .if..., .. .( ta\U
."I'. .......,."'t.-1..... .....'. -. \.".. '....:;: s.....!. t' .. .. arc.thinking of making their home on you credit for having Mpported meeamesUy I can now get one of tbe-latest: style ,of j 06.0"' > 1- 'f.f: ( J i i.f I. "l. a.; "
::: .., ,.... v "". 1Vi'i' the Jtaat Ooa .toooMbere. ;Oa of and honestly, from the jtimev hate and one of \Mr.,. Carter's, smiles e.. '
".' ._'. .. f .. + all i4.S;; flj.11 r(: / '..
tt* """* :>;to advertise ben you own political aspirations for the same price. .
,-J'l ; '
.,.=.It.., ... ,. oar% tages to the wire withdrawn and from the time. The demand lor'farmeri tool U' beyond f. t 4M' .' ..

Inf' setei'Y -> '*Mt XTSOrotaitie when you p e4f d.Tou self to do so. tbe uppjy" ,A plow could, not fJ.:tH' [ b'+... z r[ '. :' itt
jllitW, ;..J' K refei amen toWM to M U* :Jn fact, the uaalamw:Tot* by wjbkbI be found either.in :Mimi or ...... t ',' :' .,. ..' .. ;, '- 1'' >, >t:. "r>
CsaJe f"- JtI'c
:Aairaiiii'befers'i. IMsf... JU power.; war nomlBited, and Ua support the GroT of tbe week. : ... },'I;
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The Miami 'Metropolis. "srl!

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jftJPog) C yr n. Florida Ten Years Older. than:, Miarni-*

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;,, < :' : i \ .. (1; Jt: ; J 1\\ ; Have such a Stock of HAunWAJUF.f\ : .. .L".j{ ,..:. t. : i Jt 4

.. Sash Doors Crockery Stoves and : : .J., :
:" :: f .. )I ; : o" A i ; ,
Tinware displayed by :Frank 1.1: ':! -J ; : ,:): t. \ : \:, { 'Yf"I

': ..... "."t t, ,,. .. as t -'

t..r '1' the HARDWARE DEALER. i i .' : : :
: ; Budge, 1 .. .
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i.l-I"rt' .JjQorri.e.. -and ,See Us. Our Prices are Right. We Want Your Tr de.: ... 't;'

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y. ,0 j t I .J : I i j J ---- TiV
I.: Sit CAftIOWCJitBCH rAIL .D I; u..ocl by the ski- grates it acts a* a good fertilizer.'
\ [on the Florida K very body who lus rxanuinwl.lie. land ;
five 'mile off under cultivation has been surprisedat r4MI1AMI4

1i.!<. 4 'i ). /rhls caused its wonderful. productiveness. II.* +-
It w. aa."t .
)' laden with *, while mo t of the lands are
a.l : )' exhilar-. high, uiakingoplcndid sites for healthy

r i risible' to any homes. It i I"'r..markabl..r.'r its ability 1 :
; ,
A vsin the \icin- to liar, through a dry season without "' i '
ta f .r.1 e tt the 11- f l | any had effect on vegetables.The BUSINESS and R RESIDENCE i .. .
:tmKlWnVoftb; that will be asked. "
'ekurih V jwaterwny from next question i'
BollMiam4Tue.dsj.dgbtwuagreat'heeds.? : We+t'between it : What do lands: in |Ibis vicinity, 1
>theiiKi "The.net returns up to yesterday + in the of climate
I h. This pass- way and opportunities { -ILOTSJ
; morning were $3HS. It is proba- ,bare a .. I is aIC smooth for making a living,'e..st 'I' We ..
,,- able. that this, sum will be raised totally r the inside. of will say anything yon want to pay;
i (I often heard of Some of the beautiful Hay runts especially '., '
MOO other smaller amounts ,
by Now For Sale
.1 ludied. them about the month of the MiamiiCiver I ,;
not yet turned .In.The ) par can realize are held at what seem fabulous \ ,r

voting contest for the most popular Hear n their jMwer,' prices; INI'the climate is so fine, that II. t'j4Jj,!
foreman the Royal Palm Hotel the Gulf i>M'eep in from w'ealtllylwtiiplr who ,'i..ir. the locality

i realized the sum of$*(U.2S. The prize, Ocean bj i* no surf on the willI pay almost any price for a small Prices From to ( Per Lot
$100 $1OqO
IriimHrM jiir tln other is- tract for n inter, lioine. (!awl lands
,a fine umbrella with an engraved plate; doubt IN .
we ?,>It u f Itiscajne can h.-ul up the Miami J River and ata i
wu .awarded to )lr. T. F. '..mll.loff'- found i short distam-e back frets the Bay at r \ .m\\

i!' !; man of the plumbers. The total' number long and r. ill': that the very rea"4>.nable prices, ratigitsgaccord- According to Local on :
iif In'idlh. : .nridA posseHi.es ing to quality and distance from the i : $ ,
of votes east was a little over,four
nine feet 1 e<|iialili' teni-1 Hay, IN| * ." A&tolavmtte..4 *, i!'.fh, Hr. Jr fir ;; $ i litllr)' nn-ords $") lu fwn( per acre.. KememINT these i'1**!

,!I. T \ < r' 1Irinltf'rbo good :' .. that the mean lands are just as giNNi fur agriculturalpurposes lUilrood faro to Mi.ml..r the Florida East Coast Railway will b*refund*! to .;t
... t waa second In the contest with loof ; Very u.* atiirr hetween I |>erhaM| better than Bay each purrLuaer of a lot; providad purchaser will prodoc receipt for web fan,wbioa 'r:;

"- votes.' II. is foreman of the carpenters heniade' I.only. altoul ten fronts. because. rihI.UII, the front vegetation eceipt will bt re eiv.ed:! .. cub in part paymaut tor lot. i 1
;. d..JWn Iteing aUdit is' likely) to tuiffer MHiiewhat ill
;:: Mr. llarter:, ,foreman of the is .4l *. from the winds which blow with .
; I it not "nt i Sir The considerable < \ \
i{' ;.1> painters, ao bad a large vote. The talk of i. )- must alwas! force occasionally. It i I.* justas Call on JOHN B. REILLY Agent, .'"

I tl'," first prize for ticket. holders was held I but \ ffij say than il healthy one or two miles hack from, Fort Dallas Land Cc Miami ':!
.. upany, ,
awl MU.. : y oilier part of the Bay.as on the front, and for pile)
by>> Oeo. B.Barker,who received suit in b .ysinr .....:all i",:. suffering from bronchial troubles wewoufd Or J., 'f 1NGRAHAM: Vice-Pres't, 'c :. :f :
of clothes. TickeU !18 and 155 wn{ and 'able. I Indian say it would .IN better for them

', the second and thirl prizes respective/ chanting .ire' landlocked tit locale a ultort. distance .back from i-io-ti-f Fort Dallas: Land Co., St. agasiine* FI&Pe- 1 V
Iji atf"M on ticket.tad lissk a,:vht<4i 1 : ur mori',nar. the Bay t
iThe' air A4.opiiiion i i.*'prevalent.that theorangi -
were numbered. The owner of the on Bay
tickeU drawing the second and third one head i of* t11e1Wran, Hiscayne' Bay This is erroneous.There J. W. WATSoNDEALER :; 'l

.,:. prizes are unknown to ns. A. great south i is l | ;; temwrature| are some old" gnii'es of limited I :
many other fancy article were awarded llenient i 'thing to the size in'Uie Bay Biscay region which I '
.. : ; man of tinfemale. *!-* have alwaYM done' webut'1 the cultivation IN-- j jHarWare
-: edloauooMsfiil winners! Mr llama V .
JosephA.YCDosal'f Thein of citrus fruits hillltio"e. been attempted 1
t wb of- Buena rY,11
distlnguisled( | bhallf'll.br 1 I at C.N'Itllut the last few years. All of the highland Ship Chajidl
't': winning a fancy night rube; which velouK time in the BisiMyne Day DelghhrtiouuulwillJinwlww ,.
citrus fruits and the soil,
caused a good deal of merriment., as he : INU KF.tC(T .
buaineits }breeze cir llis-' on account or the presence of rock, Stoves.ana' Tlnwa e. i i iMill t t
waved it Ilk 1
a banner before the '
: ; holds the fertilizer which! may be applied -
crowd. The amount received from refreshmenU with : | jfiyeilays :and' miM-li better than that ur oth..r and] Steamboat Supplies. ':-' \ : f'
ten miles I if the lireexe r
: ; .
portion* of the State. People of limited .
and canvassing for various situated ,) l "jl it must hdve .
Paints and Oils. 'I{ :
who in the culture oftunlattwsur '
manes engage .;
minor prizes was$100.15,and from ale mouth of U'e I.ri..1 ..

of tickeU at :2ft cenu each $86.83.:1 little1*fe w j .
' number of articles undis Miami. ". ( was apKtreni| vegetables ails pineapples be 1'' 't '
fancy .
Xr were. .. and "
:. ," posed'of aod the commit tee will reserve lug the elide.. five miles fifty t".n.th.. trees, mi .14 to get an income Carpenter's, 'Tools a Spe alty. psi ,:
j from lti.land! while, their groves areeunuilig '} .. ,
l ;; 1 these for another ,fair at some future mail and < :> clear as into bearing. Samuel Filer, ofICneni If .4
' .uH.ltl.tI 'It..r., Indian "
time. A short musical) program : "
was Vista,can give any one whowishes .
of O>C' a' breeze ; .
rendered which Mr.and Mrs.Black |. satiyfaclory. evidences' of the MIAMI .ROUTETO\ KEY W ST.- ,
on for pn I but ,
1 purer; :
. ':. t burn, Miss Whitebunt, Mrs. J. B. irant.- far ahead of truth of our tine remarks lemon as he' had: an I .. .. .l.F': .-
.. 'r-1... \ Reilly. the Kev. Mr. Coleman and less idly.than A.- j j1U"Jl.t. : | rt a.Ii Ii the: irc face. .I tearing( and between the grove-now trees one"X-j (The Elegant I t Side-Wiicel Steamer City o flg31K; )..It
Messrs. .Wallace and Uarttoide talk !. : .
the hel iiineanikle UeUbiiu, t.be.:. '. v '
3 _:. : l outitwthal ... ; < ; : T-* -
part.was .' Thel mupti ter aIK'II1C'. w\.Jt1t ,.',....._. ><.t i in 11wsun -- --- '.'ppoiatod to'pNtorm; aervio M follows: T J.j, :

indulged Jnr Was furnUhed by dt"N'ribtt U it. Wt" had Fine Property Sale.I i. / :
/ ... Leave illAMI: ftJiQ: a. m. every W diMad>land Saturday.Arrive _
Messrk. TbeVollowinfer ( but : F:
Qrabow. < re -
j have for sale 16 coming down
eelt-a4d acres
,. wiltt..U Wt KEY WEST sanwi day. 1)KrrrURNIN ) C ,11,
eoi4 elndurted &1a* laIr ( emerged to -I..illt near. the prairie, on the hay -L KEY WEST .
.Ir .. Fitaw.h Creekfor ?* : a. m.every Tu day, and Friday. 'r ..
: : hunt about half mile south'of the
4.'V great /redit Jr/thepro. a Arrive tIiAMf.am. day. ConnectU>g at Miami withj ,
The .10' thefs. 1.t"a..lllnn, in .Woanut Jrove. 1 t"j j ;
.: Bounced success wbk-b resulted from Bay is !\ rt- it was a can sell the ,same at a very reasonable i FLORIDA LAST, C MAIT RAILWAY \r' j'"
their efforts: Mrs. J. A. McDonald. inlet with [ o :ashing overlavheil Gzo McDoNALU OcoanutI HARMAN 1
price: "
ARCHER President [EDWARD MORLBY, General ,:
ter at i. into Maaagtx. "
Mrs. W. W. Kauffblio, Mrs.OiM Muter &- i rove. 111. : ,

lira. J. B.\ll\Uyt\ Mr ltteat' opinion is s'r)', Tin w ands Miami
I mptuvri steadily. in -- -- J Key West &, ,Steamship .yompianyil ,\ Ih
Mrs. )McOirt Mrm.' ,WllliajaJii'lab.Miss Inlets, a.- alt water, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.CITY .

i ,1 Kearney. Mrs. Julia I>. Tiittle' SHORT ';; : : in the sun KsWst. Florida. .\. -i.I i w, -. _. ey. !

a kindly tendered the use of the Casino outside i : | idilioii, we OWCBSS.MAYOR ..:' .',- ;tY'
of the 1.'r'
ctli.lil. ) ... I>
1 _bleb was bandkmelrdreor.ted.'r structed and John B.lleilly. \ "0. j '
i; so f'X-
i+ + by' nom ittee to pus! aiiles aLDxBMEN-Jtwweb: A. McDonald,
: 'sot requfstfd Rl atedTrom1 11 the Hoo. F. ,K..M..r*: W. )I. Brown E. L.BrnJy North Town ?
lab the followln> rea con Miami Lots
''. Bear's i when the Frank,"'. Hn ge, Walter H. Ora- j
caw or THAMES: let at .Mrn. tliunder- hum. I I ...
'" .
1 Teladks'urpnizingrindmanaging ,water on fiTr CLEHK Johu M. lirhba '
th rain isfall- n.- : 1
1.. coaaaiittee availiag 'tWaiselre. of the' channel' Is : nda breeze MAWlIIAL"noltg F. Oray.PREHIOKNT 1 '. :'J'j

courtesy of the Mcraorous wish hereby examined the United it ,strikes up UutwiL-tloa.i F. 8. \ : i l' Do YOuJalltTheffle !, ...- 'J

tj;' ." to extend their most. sincere thanks so as to .... !.; frerhuws. Monw. m" i ;: k I -
,.. ''< trical. con HTANDINO ('O"IITTII'I.I : J;
inhabitants>> )\
f. 'to the of Miami and otherswhoso it. l the brute .
Itiulge'and hem
Bear's Cut ON 'IN4Nca-UrOwo. Mo
Have Got
r-- fenerously contributed tithe is most. pastes: through I Donald. : .

] most gratifying result* of the late fair I| Seven ; by the Flor. ON KCLEH AND ORDINANCES flrubam, r -
held ID the Casino of ihi Hotel Miami Cape wxiie. ten miles I Mcthiuiild' null Bro..... "

: for the benefit of the Catholic church Curl of that "tbriMgh" west shore the ON HTUKKTH AND h'P OvRIIUT8-lIe I Ranging in Price :From $30 .to. $ 1b0.t ;:'
r ural) inlet ( DoonUi. Cotffrortf and Uiul",". .
building 'fund. ;Special acknowledgment ; : .a |-uliar. ..
vesMls ON HABITATION-Bodge, Brady and A Selected Isis of: .. t
wlntever ; BayBkcay'ne Property. .
la due MrJ: D.Tuttk for the tent can, 31+l CUro. .

free tender of the spacious hall,and to. channel'!* : ; it j
f lbe musicians and.; local talent why so creaae'lU would cost .. 1 and Ox IJou. MrDounUl,.s 'AHD e .al1'lh-Br.dy.;, : Frost-Proof, Bearing Orange Gro\i I f-' t '!; 'I

kindly tolunteerrd'ttieir'nervlees, to |>e<|uliar qual-
teen feet. Ctwgrove and Oraham. Phoiphale'Lanils.' 1
? < No. >
][r. tins Mailer who C'.OOdllCt.edhe. Cape prefer a cup ", t I il
or a cheap ._.. ._ '
4 -
- -
phenomenal voting for the most popular Florida ;, ChOiCProperty
ale glut, when of Every Desert I 1 .
tween th : ;
foreman the workmen ont NATIONALHomeSeekers.. .
among Java or .: -- ::::i= -

UMltojral Palm, and to. the devoted. ladies Cvenar's merous that they / i f; MOST DE$1 ABLE,'LOCATION[ ON BOTH THE, EAST Hlf ; ["
their ra e. Those "t '
who gate so unsparingly :!
time and labor throughout the water.- .' ...v ill appre WEST C9AST. :,.
.. course: .... f' of Bis REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. I i : t
of he fair. To these and others too numerous .
mention, our heartfelt appears I question tie U"'IIU"t of For'whatc r you"want in the lincf 01 information. as 'n he I Iocatioat: ::1::".' i

'numerous : as eight the United price and terms f uic of these proprieties address j ; '. i !g-J
thanks, and deepest gratitude.Maa. .. I aafety, I for .. 1 -.. ,,
Joe. A. I great Exhangiog Property '
: K"W.ca' fin sail liar treated. send LV tcri| tion of what .A.7 adden 4 : -. .;.., t
( which I H> 't
)(...-Oca Mctiu, '.. .. will" devote you hat and what you want. I.I.U-I. J J'f> 'iP.t. :: +<.

;; ..- X... FXKD.Htrrraa, which DiU.are.. I ing slate UALARAS. ISDUM Ulna, FWSiDA. Office i. brick GtdiIisg. aorlAacat eontrp/.t.: ". .. D (tad itrrtt.. V&h
fifty fr1 sin an ag- .
X... A. A. MC .."
JCxa.JKO B.BMU.T, ste&Wrr. |L' iMf I. Real Edits AdenL. 'Ii.''', ''

YIN M. JCj .- aT, : Key _Yest. I 'IKII. _-. -,,_--. ,v"ittd.
_kl 1J. -f'-- ---- i. M., J7t 'COSTAR & CO.I ;
lands on BU- )

: 4-.1. _"Ir atn t.weh tw..a bcM Ip. ) | r !! /; ... taking- CHURCH DIRECTORY. -t TINSMITHS, : 'i -S.A..tie.w

portion of thou PRKSHYTEKUN. ... PLUKBER$ '
the II I' t ul.p.aiteil.tel MUmL ii
ie sate nd'se t these ,names.Dd ..
i '. of IH-IJ- anrth .!..*. >*rrr. cwry Huud.y *llUk.m. '
mark when' preparing on r the iuo. sod 7 p. m.. MaixUr mrlMinl r .. m.. prayerlacetinfW'rduru'4
awake your
#I''{ 1807. \ | ..7p. m. U.B 1 ,
t' ballot next Tuesday nation, Biciyne. Hay K.xJi.. room open all d'r and .Aj
.. tsar and w iUAe msteri.laarwt'Ard loreurr. "'................. 1. ** 4
t: for. Presidential l Electors for U*State and its Biscaiyne Bay: StniK n<. ..wln* Cara and ..0.....
.n.t: 1 will newt Acre a rwr Ion l4r |.l-totbrlr ....-cr Bails Tanks CioMi'BoeksU a SpaoialtEstimate.. .... .
ofFlortdp.BOBEBT (: Cheaply :
J J r1 i.I dn .-. tvUurr "...... Crnrlhfucfrrr. Krrry-: .-- :
c A. BUB RRILLIAMd..1SNNINUS. : \1'IIUWilla-. i' one mrlrouw .Rev. U. KMKTHonitrr .,&.1.; hlo all l"' : '. '". 1 fttAU
: 9 .
will 11451145 of roo"'. Gattsdlta. Galvanized Jree .b, and l.:. -t
& oli'irlttlv In- CHURCH l oL n.-III_, a.Cr'1"
l r 'OOB E P. BANKT.BANCLi (nun ..... The followlnt. la the time 1 ClMeper& .'7j'
into Bay ..... of Mrrlcp: Ionianlb c.U,. Job'Wbrk "I
I :" / B.; CABTEB. Flagler in .'.aril! been .01-arr..nd and public faanh Maxl.TB. IV-. :SOllclted.! Satisfaction ;S : ; ;. .
t' between ".. .. Grove. tttf ant and. IblKl' t'u.".". it II .. m. 1.t.J- }f !Tb.Tb 8bop. 1M 81ft 1 Flow, ... :3
,. ... :
i : Hay att4 iAtp. Ca''''.tlM ailk S w.day. I Partor'a.d4rrisCui -
in bee FiftyFifthCoagreaa Ttates and -
Joe Repn.egtsuve; rtion\ of .emat GmveFla.llrvJas..BolWn.Pa4or. '
from the Second CoogreJsional -, America.Above. | 'I"
{>> at the I ie :
DUtrict'of r ) very high. DliRrEN' FEASTEL' f
.&" ... h10N CIIURCR or JlU..I.a..y ierr & ,
..,nGrids; : \ gv per U ire: Stiix!.? nrhonl, a. m.. alandard | .fj
BOBKBT W. PAT1S.Hate'TOO'seen Is the. of oiir own, HIM: prrarliiBc II m.....n4'I... ...briaUaa < :'', i ..
range. of the tomatoe Eade.vorwedlrsdsyalglt7i. Free md1. -
..nmet opeday ant htllL You are enr-
.. .
>r. c. pot over. netted t* .
1'+ oat rolaMiDl'illk at the vas ex di&llrlAt'lerctJotary Cadwedl! PIUI&or.I I FLORIDA WESTERN{ jk

onrenlr handkerchief or tidy lend Club a* ) I that 'as f&OO to pay for the Manraorotia one there was per ,rre ran X< .rer' Sunday moraing at Miami hi,tIN ..
Tear souTeniIra IBM. L i { : thing. The L'nUm ftlU a' Wn,1Ii..arottl..e.Dd.t A First-Cl ak Stock,,at all&ne$. Near Hotel M. s ; r-,. :-:;,
premlua'rAl7the4 ib tfclakr I Tjn also! Buena Vl U ata.wp.Ba. *
( p. '* .
The *
t* aa i: >> not an. objec [ '. rs. ..
cordially invited liD.u.1I4. :
TbI paWld an !
f 1be1.:.beaaktfaL. .. V- eastward rock WnteI I UZXST Dvnor, K.ctor. (-:yam -- ('If.2Mecr1' .. .., :7t''tL : '
r I I t "! fi
v '

; 'S '" ,.. I :-1'' ( I,, !' ..:jtI.I'l&:t .
,, ... ;j ,'"
r : !
.f. ''6 If icc .. ,
A f4 d$| 1 1t'f! -b. ') '... "
"9K < .< i '1)1.i '" .... .\1f1 ..r oi.r ;"; re .
r -- a c .
t'* b < 't'A : : '-ft .
rf t: : ',
is-w m' s ",; ..'-"1, ". .r.. "I t,'",.... 't l o".''-(>:."'t",r-"',. ....' ,' ; .

.'h .,.', ,? ...-r.ttr '\.iI'';':.'T::' 'jJ.1-4,;, < '.< : "'W' '1i ;i' .," .f'(, } ')I'w ;v/,.... .1 p i' -*+"" M1, "" --*. ;' 'v'V+ "r'. f :& ? r
.-' : y ;j; .' ; !- t'
;t ... t'" ; .i 1
;' : } '
: r. ; .' f t \ 'it
.. f tf sJT't

-.6, -----'-- ,- The. Miami Metropolis. .

Ii ? Some, Brevkrd and Dade, County Orange!r Groves.-L .,.

: 4.!' ..:/.>.."-sott 1:' rH f ,.. \'/f. '.... 3,. ft '. (* '" ; ,. -. |, -1 '. .,:' ,
% '' .UWbl: t' Ut your; .J \' 'f t"' ,, I 6 PPP\ miailiJ1.trqp9Ii5\ t
; iwK.e famou.lndian'JCi1'.roran itf.;:'W, {.#, f .
; lat \ : : ;i .t 5krl /
t.i hat not raid iniM-h' .M I.

JI aOO..i..tbL.m........ ....."in .tho. ..>,'..:.'..''..;..".}!<"' t.i \il':; :.. '>,'."'", -'::;' ',-r''Ii;'.'...",: :"" ."fJf';:t-: .7"..,. ..,:"' !of..''t-1 .'.'.(."', t' ,. :.1. l'. t \ I t

1'bta a 110ft f'1t'tI"f'll.- i ....''\ --.< > : > 'V .'.:-J-" '''-,. :"-, ..'''-' .. "'' as able l make :
y Is ,
ftfofu ; v- .a 'good to
hotfMo to ITS fre-- i +,1: a paper as we are its
'; : 1', .... ... "-Jf.i :4.K"' .. ;
iurnUYUfbti'therrlure .1;, ..$.'1 -" i +: : J'
-) 1fw'''':' .
*tj nmxittfr .,. t : .'i"J'I ". -" i\ '' '..'....: .".",0.- r9 .
it- ., j. .
4 I It all the of \j
'. ... ,..., I gives news '
,twirtiutjloe'fttighteft.the l:') ;" : ." ;>' :, ; \
.; bonet .iu ,l4irrrJ .i; ",;;'r-: ...:: : .,9'. ;:" : 4 t t, ,
bJ' '1"" f'' I I 1
..driotlo>J K; tuwrpatse I a /
"I tbL, DQlulwr, ; i : : '
: W .I
J/'c, to that: ,subject.' Jd ; 'r t-"' .. +i'l. _______ :
the trct! BEAUTIFUL .
ptatr, we : -
; .
.".>'truthfully are .. ,,. U'. ,r t t mBiseaypel
4ItIr reailent that 'I he _' \ I {,
k 5 '"InJian Ji".-" or.. I )
r ingc,"'nrretIu prNlr- !
'' : ohi o Ell*; &. c.... .aI' I a.
.Jo'J.-rit'Ia.tl" Of'ld.ra ulyd i -
vt f.rittixr.rlientryuale: _
Mien, bat .strlr,.rq __
., : duwuoneu"tghlaLut _- '. 1 .
_. .- -v eiRiiUrn uu> illistw ..". ____. : :, Bay if. /
,- '- 'by: that A..h..r, \ \1}f. .
'''\lld lturriw,'"'tr. n..- ; Y .t pE ;
:.')'+ uiff ,ffain Ju alliujrraiiJeUf.aut '

;}.Ii ) beauty, F- ____ \. f .:.. : .
and erebnr tl ei. i I, \ '
y >"gul ..thcct' more .U fowl ) .. l
It is clean fable and i It is devoted "k
in tlteir criiKtJ>iue ,
plaep in the 'niarkels L T I *"" .
f '
fi,r of I..he u or M. a'T to the best interests/and the development t.ot i
I osri.
> "ttf the onre ; if
$?f fanxM i JTu6>>. t h*. : : .
R*: ; ,IMaa KittrJ; that: South Dade. \ j .. ; J
T/1?, PMrrestrIekM lu the.: .1 :
r that I
hu. .
# eigneerrret4" OKAS'QK OROVE OK wii. u. IIltMV.\. .,$( OF MIAMI I ,
y 7 projK-r J. It
attrallonhiveatuu. *U J.aOrange1-.h Indian river Florida. all it appvannt in Augul$9t. <(<:utduaub. I l ). the froze ut l"\IJli, but ttPt'1i in bearing: again. W
aiJrrable 'aDOl1l1t off' U/ U/agt Subefibersi
fruit>M lti $rar. Xxt ).u llwr will !he quite a .TI'It. and twtkye.rs iieiice grower nay tin-) will l"'{iii n tart bark I.t former U-ariiiG: C'apachl". 5,090 ,
This, uuiy ,,rrw lujie a rather bread tatrmeut to'the reader, whq may: not bv'cuiiversaiit! with theuti lrrful rti-uM-rati\e, j N. wfr of ,our toil and climate;
/ but "IIt'thur i i. belie p; V I : J ,
-.. lug," and for the' pur.ptllOt" \ j
-": '- : of making the J I

,. .. ." /, ,:. 1 J. .. inatter tact(clear uiunth we pho-procured Wei' i want them n wlVJe want you 1 .1" '';t
1 > 1 : .
;, 't u Kraphs of some of the \
;< ". :
; [ ."re-built" groves.and : \ : I
: I present them. here, ;
: .
1 .
.: ,/7 f" i The first two illustration $2.00 I ,1
: !I are front phot4M perYearF /1,

: .. i" : .' \Vui..M.of the hruwn grove of at Mr.La- .

4t f ira'nge., two m i telfr..m .t' I ,'
1'\1'. 1jl 1-
Titurfville. Thegrove '
: .
I HirTi ,- >n>ists of'' fifteen ,. I 'J

: ai'resanduntainalkMilreea.. 11r. Brown : ;I' $ 'I
tt cas; hat he will have C i.oo6/\optls, / \ ;

ulHMil lull boxes of| oraiige :
*' .this year, and .
. next year a good crop. ,. ;, .
- -_- The yield from tin i," ., \, !-t.,
i :
irroxe U-fore the freeze :. _. _,: : :

wits Yi IAi ill buss.the Maine Otheiprues vicinity I. I"I. 1' .,: \ ,:I : Sr /I.' .H

Mich as those 01 '
A. llradj,.K. E. Mims Have you seen oura ll /r" .
i .'. A. rhappel. amt 1. n I

other, how up equal- \ :. : /. : .
I li line. At City Point, S / "
Kockledge, and ;;10.. t. '

Kf all down receitdd".the...ni Indian proper that River have Bart, 9uVeQir 'I&H :i:.:< 'j''

are bearing this )'ear. .
,{ In a few :cases there 1 I '. \ t\'

1 t Y.' !r.lf,tz' !fl >9r. M., are" sheltered grove .. i iLtJ1a9dI \ v fl
that received but alight 1' i \
injury from the freeze,
'i. .1 rC
>'Yr l >l r. '

..... crops.and these have goou ) 1

/1 < std lw' r ,,f'an q prall >(i Jr..n' at LaGrange, two.mite*.from Titu".ville, Florida, owned by*! Win. II. IIr"I "II. Kwi.: ,-:Y Mianii. of tv orange bile' on groves the subject ana ; r Qi> iefs .:

'citrut tm in Rein'ml, uif also pnXnt *n illui.|raliouof; orange trees at lake Worth that were not'injure.! by frtfc, as the .killing fr-wt did not extend BO far I
outh. Ttiiph<4v wa taken three 4y-rk ,afo. \\ bile citrus tree love not hitherto been extensively! cultival: ed?south "r..Brevard county, it i ill due to the newGKOyE 1, ,. '. I .. I !.
pc ufo the txMiuM ;;

,try, up to two ... "' ,..; ., '! ,.'', .. .,' 1. ., 1 J' 1 I' ,' .
; year but ago few Uirewere stttlrimtUn .- .it--'Q !t : .-:'' ..., /'" .. .J'". .1 .,. 'J', "'' .r ., .. : : iR: TIDIES ? r .
"t'i'I. ., '. ':01'.I'.. t. .
T :
; ; .
-. count,., but fu- lMd tin- ..... t.,. .}..u.-.... ... ",.,11'" ,..,... ',... ',4.,.:j:_ ,/"'.' ,'......:, .... hr:' .:-.(. '..;:. : '' I" : I ,
that the few \
fact ,
.. ._ : \ 4
anal' grove iu ."...4\.\, ._ .,#," -.i I" ... 4. I "
I 4 l)ad<"* .t..,lIt) rraped *- .. .; .... ., .'. .'. '
p : 1..t.. .. With .a5up rb DQsi4l; Jof the J oyal.
the injury lre TdenioMftrateti by ....,,. .,.'"",. .1 l > ." : .;
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k iiujMtrtunt truth df' : .j. j iI. '..' i't'' .LI. : -'. /. ::2r I .. t.
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', tuat n\* only or-. .. .. -.J" : :;f'_:.:..:: ;..t"r.. }, ': 's .. 'I Palm ii) SQtI I} olor8? .
#- auvt hut lrtuul e .t 1 j ." ..Jr"i.. .T';; "' \ :'"...., .. '1 ;;
aadXEalwfrultaubea # f"t" ,t.' ?! .1'1' .. .. ,. I .
_rtll.nl1J (- { f\ !:1, ,. : &
t '''1.1,) ;. r r.. it .. < i. J' ,.. ,'- t : 7 ijs; I I l!
there. klx"UylulvrtiMtu J. The ladies ,. .
y Jl'ftry say they are beauties. One of the e. Souvenirs (

.....t.uIu' utW'}; ttw '
''' S pattaritk1; krr is given away free to every subscriber ;who 'r
,tauK.t J iii press; t
;. t41w M rouiC&r Us.i1is for in advance.
IhettevclctthrtheImpurtauce pays a year ,A Souvenir; (Tidy

ur ( r
t v planting 1.-.. and' the ;Metropolis for $1.25 for six months' : -
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k .u r a.n $e .1 : h :

ley,' I.gral si l'-"oH'lbh.eftuit.'fhrrr ItrJ'tnahoht. ;- < c in advance. Extra tidies' may 00' had if i 1 you <
r NOMIVthitiff .> ti :: .... i .,
'j nubi tatttylabout wish. them .to present :to your friends at lbc. .

a.fruit turand :
'; e.bard. : I tr grgrl \ each. '
utultl J lit* iirtalae. l' I. .
?; "f ti jear. : : t / :. t't'f .
# Jt .grower, 'rfarmer } j. .. I "
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In South- 'e'
.? Florida. win, byprop. 1. t,: i' -Y ,
.r 'auauAJ\!" : .. ,. } :
tIO arrange Remember the Metropolis .J ,: I .,
: ,uienlf ; .:.:.: 1. i
: N" tbatlw f.
;f arap! >x y ..
Printing Establishment
f-fel "''eaD'bawe.toutio-, "t. ,
'irte; --0 ruedp. ee y, a f, 'r- has the Most \
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! < rrup )'f'al'\h and OIUXGE LAKE WORTH, 1'1.I XOT IN'JIRKU; : I ItV, ..')UI-:7..: OFuai IMo1yearuut. -. J ,.
:, I'lant a ,
I.:--f'-: )greet'. no matter how unall, it U like money.out at Interest, it grows while yon sleep, and after it.(" m.... in In-crinc r: it ill a I'u.,h ('r'I). \

." ., W" repYoduoe; foregoing article and' illustration thropgh courtesy of J. E. Ingraham, publisher the'}:' utiJ.I tluwr-tv': ."krr.FORaa. .

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.. ;q: "' I" .,;.... :I"'Deafen 1* STOPATTHE. Sul 4tJ B f.preeeDtal ye of &.be-Po L W. Co. { : ..... ,
r ,, for the aal of Uwin

tJ s; ( ;:Safety Fuse, I I '
River View IIoc1 : OUTFIT
-)-' Eleeliieal! l aad Mathiner)' Sup I .

t. Explosive. Caps I i GLOBE.E: :!td!! !, ENGINES 'I \'.' 0." '""M"" ',,." ,,<<:'>1, .r'f. M" j'

t.ghUnr, and Poet( Plants aaltaJW... Riverside Avenue near 1i'''Bay t In South Florida.! We can :print anything f you ,want i .
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Anaatore Rewound Etc. j
I Jectri l c, :Exploders : Street., the State of Florid .
} Neat '"f
I : as Cheap, as and as Prompt as you t can;/i ;.

trA XI a ZE83. ::. -- tefeMooM.Ko.61 Wed Fornrth Straet.ErpaU On of the Near...t tIotPls m tL City. toUM Every Engine suM1will be act up and! get it done .anywhere. I Give us a trial. 1 i 5''m

--, ;r t- c'l 1"'"i.' .' \: .' $bop' and WMCAOMM,'Sep. Mats M Union Depot. I purchaser ioatmcled ia'run- '. j'
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'to.: '" 1 fe" gf f UJ.>' -' .f-. .. ,11,' i :: ?' '. 'I 'Cstalo5oe. and price on application.. : 1
\ A ;. JI..u tJ JUa; 1. tBIGHOP"MAttitottt v tF. r rpC.UtaDM.U4a Y : R. Blxley & Son, I i payable to. [The; East CoaeeF1OJ1da.'::PiUishiB g;&. ; : '.'

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The Miami Metropolis. ::7 '

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Hotie oiiI -.t CBIlflNU_ UUEat OWT. I .

laOoaatyOoait {[ProUi!"J>arV-OrfiHir Hor THE\CITY. !as to allow' an nao*ilivtliMlane view for a
rWa '. *from the Fort sad lose the al" ;i

...eke Mather of 14e pnwwh of Indian Tb j government finally S 1Va
Itot** Bnu* KaI..f. Cat.1na.101M laid for the done, '.. .efiiMl i '
J1r ". a&- '.Some Point.About the History of the I.J Idle records ttR1a8 l Hi rt of Claims i

T*Malllda Aur *U UoffU.Mo&tt. Gc-Mve D. )... Pl&ee. "t: iVa .inJ..oll heir of Col.Fitzptrjrk i 1'\
i U..4 1 Cbark.IL a. M..asl.J.r
< 4 Meaa ,
were awarded f ISjOOO SB I. ; .
a1. A,13roeskr. u4 Maq'IUea' 'MM| .u or11t i : 1S77 for duoisu uoMfohis. plantation E j .

en$UtcfMtvd U UM alas .! Kubcrf Bruce Bdsf fee tbe Miami the Semioole ( .
c' A PeacrUjHea rstaT* afstrepettsef on ver flarjue I.tt \
; Bapoya.liOSstdeeetied. eflat .: south V rioa. war. J l' 9.S 1196J:
are aU tad e.ebt"yo. h.4 .'be and IJt
From ..IU..t J, Moreno of '"- ? 41C I : !
., .,.UItJ,Court a&Jrmo DadeCnrrly. cola. father' of M.-wou !Moreno. prevent ,, :.J.
't riorhU..as UM wreath Ur of -abrr,A,U.f that ,
P"DP, | .IIU..tol'it Hey we kern ;'
ta.Taapa '
'Oatside of 8L M.
Auffostine / .
leas,Ie she!Ixrs. any you h... why ibm .rIIL\ + ; :
in 1H15 laud attbe .J .
N.. and Writ a UP/H part [ 23. .
Smyrna Key 4
aae.latlre.UL of Mid Kubrrt Brore Bur J
Miami it of LbeoUeslavUletneuU in mouth lit the Uiami nvewaa in cnllivu- / .. .. .. J:
ImytsiMot t ikould 'IK*U MWiltrd t*pre- saw lih went U .. t
lion; that William F.' En. r.It f-
the Mtate bat Ibe place never atDoanlwl to :. 1't
int.ad r.i3euen.l:4..1.....101 .?- ;
sUves frcmIIIH
IMN;. Colnuibia and procnred wore 1 .. .. .. '
mncb until this of Lord. .
sot laaae to year our Ita.. .'e
to Bue.Frederick B. lone te" lsOa 'Ub. the .
UMilher. Harriet via
It ia that Miami aettleettt .
peanble was a .
rfilte.1 ,
It Ib -- 7 .:
tt.. uid detaaed. almoet date eli : '. ., i" .
at aa early a an *ny
\\'a-nay Lard.841 Kai ibis day of lifoiiKut with him to FliMi-la at thai > .... ..
point in the HUl*. We have been iu- 'j:
T( arpteled'et,A.u. 4. .... .:
y formed that Cootit Jean De Uodouf ille, till were Ilk ill.I workmen, riirpent, .n. l'
A. E. Hsvus.) ; tin- OJlItll>" etc.. and that tlMy II..ikotl l from LI 1tJ .... .... I r
Orore baa
of Cbeoaont investigated
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0Ja4p. sadlsoMelnJrdgeol. rrob.qI j old French nannarrtpt archives at 1'aris (''hHron.! t'. (J, iu a.1..flt..Loc" wilt .. ..... :.'C
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Y- Cotut.. and from tbew,it appears erne .of those a cargo of milling matf\f al" fsruiinir in. lffSo.01' ,:. ..... '--1'
.<* (.x.t.l pl tifUU. prr>n.iouM, '.tr.i They arrived ._ ..._ ,
adveaUroo followed rkwolyBPOM
BOBBISS flparita.ho .... ..... i d
,GBIBAM A CaitUKAwoara,
the lootMlepii of I'tw lt LKOUIetl ."I..ly"L Al.i-uui iu tine time awl a elm- ... .... .
r slept 1A...." AU rarv-tor rvtUtiMMT. forUtl home ami star inllrtHR were : 'II'qp f .... ... '
1- BiecayiM* Bay aad laze d.d. at tbeinootb : "
cone tnetrrl. Thu pliiulHli how. vt-r. T ( ... l.... .j
I "lrla
+v' /. Notice of Sale. of UM Miami rivrr'uverthrrr t
4. did! not IIlh'tJliou.1UI .. .._ ..... M. .
UdrcHttOMirtof tke..mfc JudJcUl ClmiU buudred ,.. aga and tluu a very lar.flodiaa noc..i..I.r..l..r jimiigKnciwh. 1 ._ .... '.'
the ewurreloetd'intof liin timein
town exiMed hen nt that Unit | a 'r-. J i
of Floods Uted fur Pad Cowl. ,. Key UV"'wiih l.i"l lr. Col. Fitzpulii ..__ '

". ,Bt-arjr Mxtaock S and tbe site of agrtNtt oar preeeo**Lif city whe was rul forb.adgaartewof <*k. with'wlk'ut he j wns' HfWiriitnl in SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME .j' LOW R a a......._,

.Uh Al M tr%.a4 Our L f all i4 what w hOW Houth Flofidk W. .Lij.t l.iult grid '..I1I1.fOr..i 1 t'D..r'.i- ....

r Mrtodt.her biM4istiML jXoUr relent that ve-eaiinot at thia lime give Try were tulvrolun.ls .udrpe.ulalifeapinta i Finest.Cuixine and, &rr;<. Jfo.TraN./rr Bdftt.JacillO I.ilk ad a1. .._.
*U hrrrlijr gir taiU wider ud ,II"- lirnl lo > s ....
c.j 1'1t.w -nI>UM II tlte
; the details uf the iuvealfraliiMM'ibnilrt 1i\ The Fleet I. UcouMMed of the followlnc U..J nn. Nfl.1 Mcaueni .p ....
tae of a decree l furerl>.ure amt uh Ivutfdovt hrIU a Ki..aiiiN it into MHithoni! T7MU>rs .. .... .
(Doubt 1) Hedoaville. but IHIM< nl MMIMfntan > p
of Ik*amUt art of.the Mnrvath Judu{alClmU tune to prvewtit our ivadera with and ii WHM sunk <>n U. lirfl trip up the Comanche (1ew.I) i-Al. onqilB, i 1 Iroqaolv'i, Ciierokee,, i, ..... f
Florida ill aad fur Dude ru u>trln' HiHltnbiN-li rivvr in lx7| by riiunin. P. ,
aa liistoii<.l article from Lin pen which I 1
cetUlB ctttr tberrta prvdlaf hrrrm jlfurjr will nadoutitedly prove highly lutenttg. acMiiiHl! M 11111\'. .\V e kiwi 1'1 but very hill NORTH-BOUND. Tw '
4durK'1l /tv.pIaIaan..DoI Edith A. Mrtralf$ \\illirtiii F. Knu'li.li from 1M7 to Kid.iHittowardn Steamers are suited in nail arcordinl totb*'tide. 1 j 'M_

.aM Giy I.Metrmlf.hrr .bunbaud ere Orfrnd- tin <'!,_ ul' the l latter yearwe Frnmiark'imvllteFl... (callluf. tCh.rle.Um,). Kiinrtijn,Tumour* and a .. d
(Vmting down to the premiit cent u i), ,
From i'birU .n.1J. C., : Moady. W diHdar)
.I haO oa the irmiMd day nf Notrarfirl,A. find bit;' with tiix iinck*] in 1'liiUwM- ._.
we will give a few bu>loiitNl fact A fur luf salting ace "Clyde Line"Schedule JarkwuTille awl 'burlvkiou' .
IXm .U>saw het.g a raw day alld lk.drat pjiia iitiHtiuf for HIM of the ,
a far back aa February. I4lt$. the HitanUhUorernnMut 1 ne pnrchaM' t .... .
oa4ar ia W as outk olin for nh to the." hgh- irrautedMa tract of lui ncreOD st.'itiM>r "Ci>niitMMl. ro Sli-kUm." The SOUTH-BOUND J' .a s .._ '

:r Ml and bet bidder tat nub,l 4ure the dour iif Mirth silo uf tbe Ha-entwiOHr rirrr gull exrilement bad bnkeii ixit ia CnlMroinlheyearle6Ne'akhe Steamers* appointed to sail from PIer 21.1." Klvcr.;New ; ,.its p. m., as .... p
For CharkrkliMt.K.t:., 4 MOD.I y.:.. .:..
the Ceart
w 11..f Dade euunty.at Juno p tsar- (now the Mutna river) near Cup. Fl ii>UM r. iL y watitetrUi Kor.ackwuvillc, Flan (calllac.1'barlt'&oa). Muudava..Wedue.dajs ....
idttU UN Irral boMn of ark.the Mfcm Inen Jobu EgMU," ami there IA i Hka.- Ituy n'MrMiiMT to carry n cargo of IMIRSMigMro /sap ..r
$dent dbed test| rmUle Il t tcd. IjUic and lW.BU .bow that eVttkxl hU graut and and freight to .C.iliforui* .'"ho.i ,... .:.. '

Dade eouafj,FlorIda: Ilf'Ib..C.I.. Mike for a time cultivated!H npou a porlioc i>t it. Afer i. |i>iiHj>ii ii t>4 were hung nfffrml,. for Hour CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS' RIVER .;'............ ":

t ; lei 1W)roth Virth of the .>uibwrt .onrr dLd Florida waa reded. to the tlnilwlHtatea wn rvlliiii for $:_>'n K-irrcl sat San Fmuritm tDE BARY LINE I .... '__ ,
four(I) &fOt1i1. Btlrru (15).U>.n\lilp fort, nil >. TMy .t.irlt..1 llwir .cargo. j .... ...-, i
three(h) MMlh, of flags furtr-lhrre (41) rmrt 'actual srttters an art who waw would pananl locatenn granliui r the (111154 1.ltilaol..t.i" ill J will I mina, e.l 'Jacksonville. Palatka, ,Sanford, Enterprise, I/a., and ... ...... ',

Mtd niaiilac 'worth akniK the More of lake anda of the ternlory or who.,located U.get snffily aroniul Capo porn,lull were Landing on the St. Jo/tnt river. {..*...: .-..-. i,

Worth tflr-Uo('ra IrH to a nUkr; theme MSt of the land tract'nf IUO acres .lIIi..II..1 l tAl put auto n tiiezi"aai" portwhet ..*. .... .

4 one buadred and duty >iriid.. more.tr Inw.U 'n HI|M* mil. from ,aimFrauriwr 8toamer Evorglade. i '...__. .......... s-t

>the Atlantic oeeaa:1brur* auut. far>4wo(SI) I it a certain length of time?: defend itagainst end HIM steamer ,roujemn' CAPTAIN W. A. SHAW | I '.n, ... ..r.. I t. t
Ifti. thmre west one hundrrd rid tidy 119 1 the lodiaua and oouiply with cr.tmu .1 and (xrtktlHculMl for an 1Ic el iola- ., ... .. '1
Leaves Jaekitnavllle. Iron foot of Lanra street, at& Tuesday and ,' 'I j
u. Saturdays
NIL VM to lie of HUll t I".. Femuudo Moreno who p. :.. )
More ,
or place blIlhUI6o j eoutlitiona Bhortly after the ,exrhauge t> !..' Enterprise and laleraiediah Uadlnc OD Ui &L Johns Hirer. 1 .. 1
'{ euoUliiinic three tl) area azure or ktv The -. f'tillliillt at Pi>ufuu.tll. Flotilla, was ..-- '
of flags Jamie Etfau, a Ron of i Leaves Slalord b. .and Enterprise;.a.III. Mondays rod Thursdays for I .r... .... a
t above dewrlbnd btMi are parts .rf Iou two (IeetkMfomrte \ John Ctrau nieutiotied above,, onBuicayne OIK*of the Voja"ttrti on ILi trip. He wise
1, m(II)a" Mtrt4> uf $tnlk-u UUra I and after complying nettled with then'ataungm'' nsand C"II dental i clerk fleet ).. ..... ....
Bay I GtNfral PCJJUfeRUff aad Ticket.Office, 201 Bays j ,'" .... .
(U). towtoblp forty4trre atrick. lloaciml us purseron ... ...- .
fortjr-tlirrc(u)rut.Dade runic. y. r"U.B. Conimiii iooera at 81. Augnsline tie: ComiiHulore Sttn-klou. He told -, \ .
J. A. LEBUE Bust. .;
F. A.
tt. TAYU/K. I for "6W aerea of land OIl the north FiJoofrirer. tbe writer.iu an interview. :attout, ) a year. JACKSO.TILLI, >:
Special JotJUtrr.adllaD" ago that at tee time ou tool] i'uyageN ill. .
iluiwi The claim was ,t-1il
., thi .11p".JIIJ
T. O. EOER. T. A. J.'CO1.E. A. .
M. 0. P. A. CLYDE.
C11ZIf.. (lI L1.Hic ft.J""f.o.IIa1naa" tin aDd coo- tam K. Kn:lit-li.also a }'o-lDic oiuu. U"Id '

'. AlUirur-] firmed by act of 2nisMooera(Congress c riFebrnaryM I him that IK* ""lI."coiii tu sake, a milliot. 6 auwtlaa Yalu. raw Toax.WM ..1. j. I'i

Ort!lit Oct: 1827 shown American SiSkpapers. > 'V>MiniB at tliiniiv," ""I ""oi'M* LwVk anti P. CLYDE a C0. GerI' }
aa by tbe V J .. .. r .... 1.J K*
VoL 4. hniiu aol> at liIImthegreitdevelgxr.iltheEsat' rffert- U.:. New York City; 1180. '. .f'I

D. W. MERRITT, On the.eootb ride of tbe liverRebeccaEgan I Coaul in ortJ. fj.

aoqnirwl title to Ok acres in LIwaam Dot the first nmu who. coo|vetl the. idea t
Contractor manner, and adjoining her claim on "f'I..DdillJ t t.
g. E.I] ':'A MILLION IiOLLABS AT MtiUI. .' M* .
the south Polly Lewis seen red another I Sbythern \ .

-Axt.--' tract of ttW acres and adjoining her Q.., Young Fuglish waa n..v Iwrlllitlt'ti -.. .-. .,' w.: 'a
\ the south Jonathan Lewie acqnired a donation 1 I 1'41 carry out him intention but accidentally 1 ... ...- : ,:
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4 .c .ac Builder.Give ol (110 acrea which cxnbracea the shot himself while dismounting i : ... .._:. .. .: ,
Punch Bowl tract. All three of from horse California *
ramoi\a I i i a at Cra'II y "
\ usr a chance these tracts which embrace C40 acres in lx.Vi, 'and, died it staidly. _A ; ?. e& wbiek a t (

each with an aggregate frootnge of three faithful itiil negro KIN hnl followedhim / dart :

\ to figure on Xour1UU mike of bay front ,Lb the exception of to the millas body errant, buried SHIEST' arrival afaa ad or, t

building.Befer .'few parcels which have, been disposed him, and c.nrrfed the fid new to ABSOLUTELY THE ; 1e .tl

of, aie owned by Mary Bnckell.Tbe his! mother at Ctduiuliia. L apalac. .

\. to ..Julia ). Tuttle, F. T. Jamrsj Egan tract of 610 acres oo From IS.MI to,tsoii the Kl'gush plantatioiisjt THROUGH "ARS A eaC. .
?t Budge, and Bank of Bay Biacayue. be north side of the liver being about a Slianii were iifglttetl.. On PULLMAN DRAWING.R00 ,' :

':- _. I mile square with that amount of rootage Xoveiiihfri thof the let it':)'ear CARS THOROUGHFARE ARE J
I I on the Bay as ..II. the Miami mr, I COACH
I I I.. owed by Mrs. Julia 1). TulU priorI 'R. J.' V. M.ICKIK : Jt
now a'resident Kcv Wit>t. _.,
I the laying onto( tbr oily I IIt opting.ALiout / _
I 1 i the IVIH :ar t> on tri;<> north u'de'uf for :
IKAI the I4.raDe.1Wd Jouathau
i t --LOCATED ON- Miami rher and willed (ilollllll it wit -
fI' .
r | and PuUy'Leei" conveyed all of theirholdil 1TOBTH AJfD lilt
i lilt d"3)| '. Ills IrtliTH to Iarri| K:,- .
1C R. (
>g to FitzpMftick.ageulemailfrom .
BISCAY NE BAY i I glish from \\ honl he made the pur- f R.
Colombia Mouth Carul .who bail eta "
he MiXa. Mp. I 1 *.. U
g rha"e, j hoW that wan much pleadwith
t Fir 'miles Booth ol MiamL located at Key W *a and wnai afteranlaallocuw the Taa. a. 1 ru.CUtl. :
plae.-and 'to
l of that port Fitzpatrick tooke.aee.mloa vxperituent All Tntaa DaU/ td. law AU Tour DsUlj. .aM
\ Tbe oliieel and hotel '
largest "I of the propertyerected buildings -j with all kinds uf tropical plants.He MILL ad. all
ED"UI the Bay. Ileo4goad.re.if.f ilid not Mi v,.t| as well as he antiripated -
brought a number of staves from
the Bwca1De.Bar Yacht hU
and lftti-n herauie more and l
I South Carolina aDd engaged in tbe cnl Lr J-ok-vllle .........
F.O.AP. $>
Club.: ( more dexp iideiit and at I he end of lire 0 a 41 pat Lr.JaekaooriUe, F.tt a P. 445 pm cod
tivatjon of cotton very rxtensirely from Lr Bere. Boat bem _.t., C 10 r
I Xrerett. F.a AP .....,.. Ma? 111 pm
pan .
1 Iw >
to exact on 1
DiD CouectiH Yitk MlioJ 1830 <. ibis time be clear- i years vr January two tTeni
Stu Ltuch to During Lv Ar. .. < 4S amB
IH71, h'sold the property to JjewrjjeM.TIiew. Savaa'ak.aP-....... 11 Mpm 118pm118pm AUaa.. ..t. '
; W &III
ed almost all of the large body of ha n- I' '
.r I, Harris LrOalumbiaJSootk'a.ArOiariottagSoath'BW........ ,- ...
BatH rinO Per Pay and Upward. 1' mock oo the Bay redo, extending from r however, left lOOaia40pm Clatlarooip ; ItM pmT .
lh. Kith rejrret. He did i. t ,..... am, I M Ctwl.oaH. U am ,
Special Bate by the Week.CBAS.PJEACQCKlSONPfrricl.rs. i f. what M now Ibefortb line of the City of property am Loni milk,HuutbernLr. ., T2W ,
i Miami down below the Inch Bowl. Ile I' leave le'aiive of a dislike of the, plate W .'aatoatb' -.....,.. 4.1 AtUala... i. TOO am ;

;' I I,also planted out limes Kuaras ADd other ; but hitetlorts ariiiltiirt were nut BaltimorePa.B.R....,.... 001 ttpm Ar.. Btraiineaara.,Sonthrrn It 30 pm am ,.1.ArI'klla'pblapaliR. :
!, a nitcreM and he was coinpll.d to x.1 a. !( .
) !Ilia) .
e i. tropical tree*, The uumen'ns lime. treue ........ lOlliUOpm .00 am '
abandon beautiful hot Ya..la JS :: : :: .
1 M
-. 'CtJOOANUT aBOVE, ?'LA.1tOpw I which still exist iu the Miami batumqck his resume the |1t" on Hay'fI ArNewTork.Pa.RR-........ I"am .:. yK.OrFJL1aM.I I.....:.... :::: j:: <: '
nil'lf.I'naalld practice
are all the ivenlt of tb.' original trees i x.. s 1 i
AU tbl'1'MI'. M-La planted liy Fitzpatrick in ,tbe thirties. I I I his prulrs+ittll at Key \\.l. He pre- T1r.agii the "lu.d ef ta. A,." II. Dilly 1 I I UacIAj.
dieted ''Iuw"\'t'r. that this ace would
ibeBeminole broke p I
In 1S35 war out iu Lr.JackHopruto.y.C.Ah. u. :,
.. .... Tis
\ Ibe northern part of the Stale and UM onedaj, bevoiiie a great win t-r re sort Saranaak ........ 11.5 pal QUICK TIME 'TO :, C' : '

eThe Scotchmen Indiana wen*diiveo steadily eoathward.Tkis .. in volmtof its uIN'rh"'ilU| ; t.. ..l.Whitner N. OulumUa. SooHtara........ USD am114ft {i. ",
iaHigmneant sff.ir. ItroHt 'I now of Lake -City, Florida Bpartaabarc, ........: am POINTS NAMED. i ,, -
war warn no came down to the 1:1)ill eceiiiber lr... ."... 140 pm23U ,r'
government L. "
our forty A.'. OnavTIuM.. .
These are the men for yon to .uUrview.. and mvording to Ibe army lecitrda 1*<.::, and took lu l.lou of ;1m prop- Kaoxrtlle.Am. ........... a W pm pm t. '
over IJMO iivee and was finally terminated : erty all *hiaiiap-r of 4>eo.ialno .. 'he' and .R-U.. *L Q. a 0......._.. 7 Ii :a.l .., f:"

THEY REPA Rte'0un9 \ by the treacherous caiture of the be t .continued to act aa-utaagrrand Start trala lea esa> r t.forBni swteka fQ a. aL cIaU7. Thnm h Poluaaa. ) \.1tanp. .t"
\ rouvO vola iu hilt It lasted seveuyears. agent,when'fhew *h >rtly alU rvvardu JaokaoovUl toCtn4sUnatl.vtaAsheviue. ',1' *?' M.m- ;'

', Towards the dose of I he war I heMceae .I bold,! out,:to the .BiM-ayne Whilner firmly llllltlll turned, For full information.apply to any Agent of this. great Ca ua ".'
a corMraUou. J. .
of operation w s extend further I Or- .
Bicycles, and further sooth until the IbJiabs were over pomtessioii to,\'. \. Hicks now System, or its connections. : : ;. Pact .
diiven into tbe ) tlh'llI;{ at Itayoniie, X. J. Thin Mr.
Sewing Machines;; to move, Lie :gross lo Key WeaL tn I was bile of llieorgaiiiz rKaiid an W. A. TUBE Y. H. GREEI', :1. J CULP B.!H. : ,

order to retain Ibfm. Fi nl. at thai itflitter of the Bi cayne Ja.4 lIlIIptIl). Oea.PaaB Aceat. ,Oea.8aperiateadatit. Trafflo Mauafer. Aaea. .. |\ _/aaas. > .:

Locks, lime was a hami of Mujje for numerous i The publto will retfieinher' Mr. Hicks .,Do 0. WuUs". $os,U 0. Waaalagtoe.P. q. I nut r.

Anything runaway slaves from GeurgiA and it ....1 I' the reverend grnlit'niaii bo acted W. D. ALLOT, I .. '
as spiritual adtiinrr of (:Ilirt'au. the sets "'
Ibis fact sal the iovaioo uf .t
-H" florid FBsjaaacer Afeat. [ i
--- Everything.Ill Florida tu search of man Khoares.itided rrt'ident fJartirld. I '
by parlies rnnswayalavea I U Wee Bar&JACX9OXJILLM,VTJL '
i led the &m DoI. j II i'k MMJII liecaiiie'tired of his leave .
vwLicu up to war. __ -1uly ipth.1806.. _. j
Iftrl Gurifiteed First-Otss II all isolated life and turned the place over I, .. "
.- to a )lr.1fAI.lt''II. whose widow i.s now .- -- -- .
Rnpects. aoxHHis for a |>.xl t<. invade Florida livingat Ureeii Core Springs in this ,
confident thai would'erowa next or month .
and dil '.. io under to puuUh the *urc w eighteen eocatr/
6 l.a 14.. On the till day of March, JsTT,
I tier efforts for the terminus W tt'alui date on which the contract .
GIVE THEM A TRIAL 8miaolswlio abeltered the fogitireslaves. ,
Hon. J. 'W. Kwan,;, now resCMoanui ding at -
cuted. .
Beach wan lrt. than 71) milts & ,51
rrNut to .Brad,'. Wareaoase.Arenue It. .. Many of the aetcroea were glad trove,arrived and took p.N- from Miami She felt If the could only -, Mm.Julia I). Tuttle? donated "...,,, :
4-lyKi to tat-ir hit wila Ute aavag rultier .lIc'MoIlUII of the property ax aka it of the Of' a
MUmL ''
of out and
100 )
out to
,_ ? get Mr. Klaglrr to cuine down and .,
than remiiinl I captive. Ileace scores v=
Bincayne, iWy ( "iii|>aiij' at tli rt.qut"'oL
beautifull be could : ler. This embrace the site Aotves
M e Bay Bbcajov,
of Megrniv which CpL Fitzpatrick had of Joseph II. Day, of Aujru>ta 1 Ja.: Mil r
: -r A N''K !SII moved from l'.olu4llbi.0 work bw plantattoo uncle, who was tl en ]>rridriit of the 'do the 't.", She wa ready to /give i which Royal has Palm been Hotel reserved., also for all +e
him I donation
' and build jnaKuiuVeot home noI m..3).IIt'1 lay t Company. TJiin company a magnificent to secure I tart*. ,..
an extention of the road. in 1895 lags switbes eta, at the
.. Msavtactore allElads Lie baottaUfal tract 0 jabd' out, Bay Cie- shortly afterwards told out toJoKeph 't
1 I well about all of the :
Mr. Flagler visited the and as
<.. :aa4 alan of eayoe would have been glad of the chance U. Day a half intere t and loMe bay wu ,riaal c
ed with it mss portion of the city. In .
embrace tbe' plea ( appearance. Neirotlatiiins -
lo but
ftII'JRpe.1I4 av.
: savage t>rs. Bailey and Ford the o her half, p.
followed and June 12th 1H95 tract of IOU acre takes all !
free life of the K-nninolea. while tbe latter all\ on a
ill'n>t. Three gentlemen conveyed Jack
: would ban gladly welcomed them as i to ; rontrart wan agreed upon which provided of lath street the !7O foot .t Tlaa e 'y

: Cypress allies in tbeir etruxgle agaiwa tbe UuitodHtatea JTLIA 1>. t'rTI.Y.Mr. :. that' the. railroad wan to be extended tending from the bay front Masse,
'Of N. Hence tbe\ neon i'y oru. U* Miami and a magnificent MO feet west of the! centre of .'
I early I'IIIDOvallo'Wt' After Uay,1| I howeverreserving] a tract hotel)constructed and completed withineighteen line of tbe railway- '. aaA; +
& TangsrWJ f>f twenty a..n..i with Ray front which'he month Thin period will expire the 18 acre tract reserved by .a
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the d.j s tare of Fitxpatrick and bis negroes *" (:l t .
still own, known n the, ":11 tit for home. Mile also
r bis plantation waa noted aa Quarters on I ecember 12th next and our a ml via
=? for a eompaay of U. H. trooPt'1UMI ImiU- Tract.' \Mr. Kwau: continued p agent readers know bow I well the contract Mr. Flagler every alternate lot .
'i' in, were erxictixl ,unJ the plnbecalUnl of Hie |.in'perty until November 1.1, halt been fulfilled. The railroad beganto MO acres she owned outside of lasts.

{ ; i G. L D1Y1S A SOl, -Fort T Dallas",, booor of CooWidor IWI. when MM"Julia I). Tultlf arrived operate to this point on April l&th acre tract' described above ) k sal

Palatka. Fla. Dallas who was ia commsad, of';'a nWt to tske, |-' >Msi .ioii of her "'ol""J.an.I'h. last. and the ")1allt.lol Hotel will no ler oo his part agreed in CUy. ; 5

p""te lor Wt.ld.art. 14W-N'P4 ataUoaed ia lae Gulf. \ has r *i-i.l ld aNon this | ironerty doubt be completed by the time specified. extending bis railroad; to later

V until the pnsiiit tiin, and im 11 probability building tbe Royal Palm Hotel, >p; aw.
-Z'f3F THE SXMUfOLK' WAS will continue" to do.MI For the In IHOH Wm. B Brickell and wife vide the city with I\water : ..

earn to an end early in IMS awl .(YJFiiKpatrick remainder I of Parr life. Siiul her: >urchaaed' the property of Harriet En for the survey of the city and ;

who bad become serimialy; 'I coming Ui the Bay *he has horn ui- gush on the MOUth Bide of the river. and tbe.. .. ] tsar, *

River View House Tolved financially on account of the ,war tiring her efforts promott its divrlnpment. awe down here in 187*. Tb>y> hare re This bringH our story of ) V "

mortgaged bis planUtioo at u. north [ li t.wa-el "f an ample aided upon their beautiful place ever I to the time the. city I was

(Itormerly die Ooaolly of the> Miami Liver Lo his .._er. Harriet income,. from her valuable improved since. When Mr. FUgier became Inc I The railroad arrived here on Map et- ,

English a widow, of Cninmbia South : properties in Cleveland, Ohio., 'be has I tereeted in the bay country they too ; last. We will relate what has r s

A. First-CIass, Family Otrolma. Thi onrorred ia February ; IMHTII enabled to spend 1 large ums of i were generous in giving him encouragement. since then and give (tour ideas Ir '

Boarding House 18$3. and we find from the Key W' money in I"'pruviilbtoau.irul{ l Fort 1 Th.y agreed to have a tractof future prospects of Miami. .in
Deed Records thai oo May Elk ISIS be 1 tIlA"S after her arrival Wre, 400 acres on the south side ub-di vided article. ,

Tables Supplied 'wfth UM Bert of the conveyed all of what M BOW tbe City of Mr. Flagler I. all to I'stA"ttllli. railroad l into Iota and block and to donate tr ,

Market. Miami as well aa11 of the B
and a tract of land at Mew Hirer, Uiver and Mrs. Tuttle endeavored to tract to Henry M, Flagler in consideration Tb MaTSoroua tar year and t'' '
a Opposite Hotel MlamL known aa the Frankie L*>wis Grant to 'intercut him in this xerlion"th the ''of the exteation of the palm silk sonveoir tidy would y.

11. 'SPITLER Prop bis nephew, William F. EaRl_ This result that J. F.. Incraham Kj, was Florida East Coast Railway to Miami JtI'M"IL 10.cl.Ml a fti.od. They : .if

gentleman, we are informed by oM rmideota i sent down,to'examine the rtixourMS and construction of *bridge across the certainly appreciate the_YeDiI'

24-ta.its MUai. Fbriils.i of Key West moved up to Miami and poM.ibilitie of this section. His river to connect their property with would baa beautiful oraaaaeot d .f'_:.' t /.

with a f pot of slaves ia IftU aad eodeavor report was a"plowing one It was soon the north side. Mr. Flagler was also parlor and the paper would at.i .. r :"i..

a -I WANT YOU DDB ed to pot the property; ia order. It bail announced( that the! railroad would be to for the.SUTTCT&fld. clearing the mUuMMetioBV If yoQdonotear I i p .t
i ,BeJlid' UlTlS iar racaUotu $10.00lofe bee nbexlly wrecked by tbe ladians well extended to Palm Beach and buildingon pay Teat M amen's two dollars IB ; fJ. { J4. ';

to $20.0 pel" ..to $ stools.,8a as the United Bufaa troops. The latter the Koyal Puiuciana Hotel yua begun streeU. AH'of his. part .to be per* jmt en ...a. UM Mraorous : '" ; t

)Y. 0.C--WQP,OW'. jor m. bad cat down\Ute-, ; Then Mrs. Tuttle began to feel formed oo or before December t Uth A*,UM and a tidy far 1128. '.WJ't, .. ;., ..? :

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t < h At: Goodrich ,Bryan's.. i hmeresJtHenrilettas.andtFlannelsm']) -l lf '

t-; 'Tlie/haye.... : just, received EIGHTEEN DOZEN LAUMDRIED NEGLIGEES and BEFORE GOING ,' .

P a nice line of SOF'l"NEGLIGEES in i

L Sizes :Prices' and Styles" to' Suit CHRISTMAS GOODS

.' Will 1 be in early. Watch for their "ud.' Qotton' Batting 12|, e per 1U .'. .

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x TBX Jim-CEHT: DOLLAE. I{ ten milliooa of people,has not the commercial Street Improvement Wlieu tired and hot. and you want anice rYes Wa Have Got 'Em- ...... .

Aside frog those Republicans who power of.Lbe State of Pen us j I- The work of grading(the different shave to OKMT'S hair *shaving nt.s*a foam parlor or Mbam-- "' i

will vote for; a gold standard because vania. The legal tender conferred on streets preparatory for paling, I is being arts Iwo gn Hotel Miami at the big double opuo- S

wife;Republican part tyu been put In money by the United State is a franchise pushed very fast. Captain Weatli- tigo. :!5 2i8p Shoe ;(for Yourself! -gh. 'i': : :,

a petition where It finds it expedientto I of great value. erly completed, the grading of AvenueD To make the hair grow a natural color ,

defend It,and aside' trova those Democrats But some one,may ask,is it the legal to the city limits Monday!I having prevent ItaliloeM ant keep the scalp Shoes for f Your f ';

who U-lieve that tbelr businesa tender power 01'the American silver executed the work in nineteen da).*. healthy. and ilall'..... proved Hair RMwwer itself sDcoassfal.was invented : Wife, 'r i4 ,

LIntetrat.. require them .G be In touch dollar that makes it worth more than The street Is finely graded I and in doing i
with the faction of the Democratic the 81..Ulln it and worth a gold dollar the, work sufficient. rock has been We lake The**. : 'j' hoes for Your Children. ;

'if. party wi.leb:' it supporting the fold or Is It because the government redeems excavated to' pave'three blocks I of the ra-l foot ruUUItlnc c...,M I.ra. FU: .

.staadardtbere number it with gold demand Tnal..ta..rn& (J ICNTLKMJN: :.-Our stationery rereid %- :
are a of voters on distance. Tuesday the Captain's forceof '' Soutb'.
.* in good order and Largest S ock in Florida. The Quality i is Guar-
Who hare been: blinded bjr the great that the government redeems men,commenced work'in Avenue C, we are plraMtl ]
t' r :dost which has been stirred up about silver with gold dollars occurred which will be paved from Fourteenth the with merlianimu.all the work,The the printing paper as well is done as anteed. The Price: .:is: Ifolnvr Competition'JOHNJEWELL !: 1(1

,;. t "sound ,sooner:" who believe In free s 0 frequently at the opening of this ,, street' north to Tenth street,a distance ,. in a manner that does great credit to f. } (r

: coinage of both silver and gold but arebealtating campaign that the Democratic National ofx,4SOfeet. I your job oftlre, and we hope. to patron- & co.vExclusive 4

fk about voting with the silver Committee obtained statement A. Worley, with a force jof fifty men, Ire. you in the future.We :21-tf-ifs
enclose here it check Shoe .
our to coyer Store.
._ ;' men because I they fear their' policy from the Secretary' of the Treasurythat commenced work on Seventh street, at. amount of unclosed bill. 0 \

would result In a fifty,cent dollar.Arguments they had nerer been redeemed in the railroad crossing. a week; ago Monday Your respectfully. -- !-- -- .;. ., 0 _' ; .-
s to the first classes gold. Neither the silrer certificate the. f
two are He graded this street from
K.aonld oe superfluous, but to tbosewbo *so redeemable, nor.will the Treasury railroad west to Avenue :2.20U feeet The above i III from a prominrt Indian ROUGH, &,

$ honestly entertain fears as to the t'nbanp.D1 kind of paper money thence. north on Avenue J .to Fifthstreet I River busine house for which the

&: ',soundness of the money that woulf. which I Is redeemable in gold for silrerdollars. :700>feet, tbl"nce.t:( on Fifth METROPOLIS: : did: a .lot of job printing DRESSED LUMBE.R1'! I I

come from the re-opening of our mint It has been bard enough to street to Avenue L,.a distance. of 1,3)0feet. ) last week.. .
to silver and ire otherwise favorable k"p. gold reserve which was liable to I .. While grading the roadway i I
Pnce apple cider, ice cold, at Godfrey OF
.' to bimetalUm I invite.',consideration be depleted, by redemption of greenbacks thirty-four feet wide for pavement,the & Oreer's new place: 25 2t 8p j .ALL KINDS.

'of farts which have convinced men and treasury notes, and it has walk on each side of the jttreet have All we hare ever said of the curative

like Prof.Adam,of Brown University, never been made subject to raids by been brought to a grade. The distance virtues of Ayer's Sarsaparilla sinks into FLOORING -

1 and othereminent economists, a. wella holders of silver dollars or eertUlcaTb. ,". graded In two weeks will be nearly a insignificance when compared with CEILING, v
a e half thej votmof the United States, ._ silver dollar is worth dollar mlle The work will be completed by' the statements made by those wbo hare .
been benefittfd by the use of this won- S'S.' 'ri\t
.that t eoinac would not result ia a because it is a legal tender and just as to-morrow night. The I'rldlngboull derful blood-purifier.. Many, of the SIDING I I LATH S.. \

' fifty ceot. dollar. The man who be- soon as the bullion which.makes a dollar a commencement the street work in cures seem Indeed almost incredible.

Jievee that any considerable number of can be freely coined Into legal tender this direction,. AS soon as the waterworks Looting Southward." J'A\ D SHINGLES; J\

i : the people"of,this country desire dishonest dollars, the silver bullion will be pipe line has been laid the street .
KJitur Hrraopoi -
.. meae1a.% worthy the pril'i worth the same as a 'dollar, that U, it will be continued to the everglades[ acOwiog

leg* Jlmerican. citizenship, and in will be restored to its. old value. about three miles from the point to ,. to certain necessary preliminaries A Complete, : Btoo1. Now On !
.' ..*A bare been compelled to delay :!- .....,..
any business transaction would bear This is obvious enough' but will not I which it ,, "
now been graded. .The .. I -. .
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actire work in State: -
your on our Florida ... ;- -
,close watching.tipJnne so much silver be coined that the gold street, will follow the pi line and "" .
pe .
.. I edition. and.cuust. postpone! its. appeau *- ,.- '
) find, this, year, Prof. AnwrotefromBrownUaiversitrto- will be finally drivtnout... and go to a will be paved twenty fH,1wltt.__ .. The ., .
, : ., i premium /* L principal object o e street .::hi- rU'f' ;-'iLiss 1L'.t' ,: alt. All l'orders promptly'fil1 d and delivered at any 'station ,
{ .....lekerson, of, Boston, in reply toaa.1Itqall' The gold can 01JT'CO out to settle cycle road and d -thlEId- the bettor for the State. and all adrerUsers .
re to j 8 south of West Palm Beach. ,
because that is the time the people .
: for Iii view trade balances with
r ) on the question our adverse ) 1t'blcb.wll, stfoone of tie leading ., 'II't. "' ,
attraction for visitors and
last, after;ijadvertinx to Cernnschi'* and .consequently of'' prices, ""tyats of Miami. 'rbe dive will ie mate. Nothing will be left undone to Car Load Lots a SpecialtyBdP" r

h I j : latest, positiontouching; &W'pollt'1 of would result from coining into ; our four miles long, starting from make'Ibis a great success and it all depends ,,* '
tbe United State (to ..mines upon the support given ,as by < .
-_, freely coining silrveratJoto the product of our of Unr he Royal Palm grounds. It is expected those interested .in the development of Send for .Prices.. 8guilders' .,$i'1l'"
y 1 without' '
waiting for an gold would make this an tttrac .
remarket 4t will be completed by>> January lit.Capt. .. x .
Florida amount .t
A certain be
t-; International agreement, you ask what for foreign manufac wbo J.'Elkins most secured +
J. has been directingthe
s. 'jf any oI) otiooKI would urge against would be pay ing lower wagepd manufacturing work of re-grubbing I;the streets to defray, actual expenses of get : !Supply CO ; \ i fs
u--' boar out his mammoth edition' If
tWs policy,'l.reply that I would urge at lower 'PQCtT Their Importations north of Seventh street and east of you .
& :'recent taotlee.e tears tart, a* compared new output with of gold that of in higher prices to woujead get tb bend'to adverse of our I the railroad for the past two:weeks with desire H. Welsh advertising, Welsbton.space.Flt, address.or Capt.J. 23-28-gfs a W. W ,BLACKMER, Agent, .Limos, Fla. >
an force of : The being .
,.ltter'p'.fI; that free coinage trade a fifty men work Tax LOOKING SODTBWABD Pua.'Co., .-. -- ._, --- -. ,- .-- '. "
MOMffd thedrain of our gold done on these streets consists in as rw : '
' ,4 :alone would. not lead to them free- 17 E..F.mrtb'Htree&.Cincinnati, O.
fay.w silver would them '
r out Bepublican (grubbing +ia. if they -
.lac f ad .. \theft- check tbia by a high tariff that would were te be cultivated. All.the roots Milk lIb.keaaDd ice or$U soda always on QDS ; q9 V; /-

> free eoiLatowouW; be safe. tan our market! for'our own manufacturers are being taken out and .be'IlUrface tap Miami., at Godfrey A OrserX.'opposite.24 Hotel 2t 8p : i i ;;

The- recent* heavy importations of and cur gold for our own people. rock all taken out. These {gill be used Editor J. L. Montgomery,of Marshall >, : Sealers I ZzxFine : '. .;

1e' ,; bold>> ID the face of' the ,fact that we Free silver and protection-high prices for paving purposes u they may be (III.) Democrat states that for many yea abe is'i \/

'j f are on UK eve of,a free coinage elect and a home market. needed on the streets toj be paved. I suffered untold agony from dyspepsia.At Wines,.Liquors s,

,icon tupportm Andrew'view and confutes By preventing an adverse'trade balance None 0 t'the streets running east and I last be began to take Ayer'a Saraapa- :[ Beers and.Cigars. '. '
ring and be s'u .
used bottles
'the .earUrt of the gold with :Europe we can >> our gold I bythelimo. 1
c : sayings keep west north of Seventh street will be be was as well as ever.. Cures others,will Bottled Goods and .
:'bugs that the mete serious agitation of money at home. If we coin more silver paved at present except First street care. you Jug Trade '
a, Specialty .,
r 'free coinage would drive oat our gold. money than can be profitably invested from Avenue. D Bicayne. Drive three .

ITe also call ;tteaton{ to the fact that In developing the resources of the block*. Three'streets will I,be gradedand Lemon ,City Items. ;t. Pool and Billiards.<, '

:d : fieiieplnageD7; France kept the two South and West the surplus silver paved to the northern limits east George S. Adams and family took in 't

metals of 'uniform" exchangeable value coinage' can find profitable employment of the:railroad,,being Avenue '''D,Avenue the excursion to the Lake and will re- -Agents fur New Wrlesas. and lloLiU.. Ifeer*'. All kinda'ot Case Oooda.MIAMI :

1- at the mint ratio, notwithstanding the I in the silver-using, countries. tothe B and Biscayne ,Drive. ''.Capt. El- turn on Monday night.

Immense disproportion in production I south of us. Americans hare built, kin expect to be set to work I grading Mr. Benjamin Curry and family left I '. Is : FLA. ,- I .,ruses
following the Oallfornian and Australian .and own, and operate!' the railroad system Biscayne Drive next week; There is on the rid for the west coast.A P .

& :* cold discoveries.cr ... 'of Mexico. Let'us I' use the surplus so much rock on this street' and the number of rixitors have been in I -_._ ,

Since the cloning of the mint to free product of our' silver mines to surface I* so uneven. thai, when it is town this wek. -
n. '
coinage silrer It ha fallen In value coin money to build the Pan-American once graded the paving will be about r
" Mr. Russell is having' hU smack boat
? with gold gold railroad from the City of Mexico to Williams & 'Go.cP
one-half u compared done. Only little evening up and runt fixed up that was'otoleu from him sometime Fertilizer
having enhanced In value,u'evidenced connect up the railroad systems, of ing will be necessary. It will' require, ago. i o

;by the low price of fIert.hlnr.'ebe- South America. The.South:American the work of fifty men for nearly if not
S; This so-failed fall in silver was markets will then be at': our own onand'a fully ten weeks to grade: Biscayne L. W.. Pierce' |borne js a thing of

ascribed by the British Royal Commission vast development of our t trade Drive from Fourteenth street to First beauty with its new. coat. of paint. NEW YORK.i': t

.; of 189h coniistlng'of experts will result. 'Free silver, an adequate street. There'is a pretty walk from the. saw ,

t .one-balf mooometalisU fad one-half protective tariff with reciprocity features Wm. Varnadoe, who ba, bad the mill to Mr..Niles' borne through the I "

bimetalUta. entirely to ,the closing of 1 and closer commercial relations contract for the.waterworks;ditb,and hawmoekandccwoanuts.; It is a lovely I i .

1 tLeminU, and they reported on Ibis with Mexico Central and South America who has also' had the contract for tropical 'scene and visitors will lose U11r1VtLUe4 ;. ;

pdo'unanlmouay. A moment's consideration is the true American policy. If "shooting, the rock"on the Royal Palm I nothing by erring it. z. "

'" ,will show that they were our silver and gold mines can produce. grounds, will commence digging t the Mr. Garry Niles' ,face is all smiles : :

'.."rfgbt. The ,_.Id:> production of.11- enough money to develop the rich resources sewer and water pipe trench, on Avenue and when you "1 t"urri. what's the :

: ,. ''Ter each year i*, from S per cent to"* of the vast territories tributaryto D next week Or as soon as he fin- matter" lie nays., "It's a girl Just .BO'NE ,

f' ft per,cent. The addition of Indeed. We need not fear a flood .. In some places the. sewer Anone-wanting to see royal palmsin .

f+ per cent to the world's stock In a year of silver or any other kind of money and water pipe ditch on '.A Yf'bU.1J will all of their: glory ran do so by visiting ; Fe. tili-zor'

, : ,can hardly/be, called overproduction. .if this policy of development is entered. be nine feet deep (In the solid: rock. It Mr. A. Russell's place, near the 1 .

The argument a* to.lower cost of mining upon. will be necessary, 'to: blast the ditch Little river. .There are ,seven thereabout -' : FOB. : "- .

and' smelting_ applies u weU to But if there are any who do not believe even through &the ':business portion of seventy feethigh.Yrs. f '

gold a* to sliver and could only affect that American enterprise and the city. .
is leave
A. Russell
expecting to .
.the value of silver or gold >by affecting pluck would find a use focal) the silver L Pineapples Oranges Lemons
Pouts from to her husband A.Russell
'' TesterdTe ,apers. soon join ,Capt. >
ic the/appIJ. This,It could only. do in a coined in addition.. to 'the money 'we General Maceo has broken 'throughthe on the west roast. ,
great number of year I now bare, and that the :new silver dol- ,
But wIU the free coinage silver In ,, 4rs'might somehow drive out the gold, famous Trocba and ia marching I to There are a number of pretty places
combine his force with those of Go- Strawberries and
on the Bay near Lemon City with Vegetables.
> the United States_ restore It* price they should remember that we have In .
to attack Havana.
.' ;Tbere 1* free coinage of silver In Mex- circulation about one billion dollar of mex shady cocoanuts'and. green lawns. ,
": addressed enthusiastic
y Jco.DeI'fIt the Mexican ,silver dollar bank notes, treasury nOtes and greenbacks Bryan ten The vegetable season is 'near-and all
.ti/ f meeting In Chicago on Wednesdayand Have b en largely I sold J in Florida for 15
nE: %.r 1* only worth 60cent here. pure.fiduciary money, and that the farmers are getting ready lu'II.Wr years. .
his throat I still O. K.Tbe.ftptratJoDof : ,
t Well now, why:h the .ear.'can silver ell this paper money can all be gradually predict heavy' shipments from '
,1 WJ J. Shone Grove
voter |in Chicago Cocoanut
': dollar worth gold dollar when thee retired to. make room for the around, here.The Agt., ;. !
have more -
: show that city to r -
Mexican dollar. with, more pore silver new silver dollar. The.sliver bullion t.han.. '
Is only worth.W cent*. The reason istbst' under free coinage must be worth a* anyother York. in the country Including I New: ctuirs.only at Giver's revolving shaving and parlor reclining,<>pio easy>iie W..J.., PolId. Gen. Mang., Southern .Department, 'A\i,. ; 4IlcilMi ,\

,the American silver; dollar 1* a much as the silver dollar,and we could ,Chairman Jones for Bryan'and' Hanna Hotel Miami. 252t8p I itwita gui ta, Ga. Warehouse Palatka Fla. "% ; .'
i legal ;tender throughout ,the United thus prevent the silver!:dollar falling for claim Homesteads Oven to =ntiv.I t ,
McKinley each hat their
,+_ :State while the Mexican dollar. 1* not. In value below the gold dollar. I hav.30 acres of cleared land on Bis- '
Make:the Mexican: dollar legal tender The cry of a fifty cent': dollar 1* only man will haveoveriO0, electoral votes, cay1M'Bay suitable' for tmrkioir which J Liabir 11 EiHlatUriij Co.Msautacturen Notice for PmMicatjoau
or plenty to spare Some body will be I will rent for the coming.....: Tern. t... iryuUoi o.a..na..1'L6.. '
'!1 .. here and:It will 1 be worth aa ,mocha* a campaign, hoax. It I* not honestly Ikt.Ibex Yr..... t a
left See what the; Mmoroua .saysIn reasonable I hove also located aeveral '{ H I. It'
t:\:!, 'any otter( dollar. If a legal tender it believed in:' b11D&D1wbo utter it. It anotoer column. fine tracts of land open to homestead entry i.berrl r (irca. that tie.Wwtai-
,."', ... J cooJd be used to pay over:Bve hundred }b simply bugaboo'to bold the vote .I on the Keys upon which I am prepared -' atCTP8ESS *.***Mttler bat lied a.eleol Ms iatratiea a
'tf-'- ...& .ot govemment revenee ,of-tbe timid'and the tenderfoot., Inaoraaca.. to. locale settlers on reasonable terma.GB to rate seal. proof la ..ppora.,...eJal..u4' '
every [
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/J earjandal&b; **: u much more In the GKOMS 1C.Bo BUa.Arocad Good work at Joined cost,frae economy ._...... '
County Surveyor aid c.Oron, FHV;
ad not it* shadow Is 'the ,motto PIlErWO&lxo
J bf State ooiaq/sO4'municipal eu leer,tR *<.'vUJ..
way ; ,I of the Mutual Beserve Fund Life Association. 1741 Cocmnnt Grow,Fla." *ei>a JL cedes of Os-
Use, for these. purpose*. U would be readily I for tale a large number of than any of the old line companies.$7opp0o NOTICE. : 1DING.,CltlUKG; aorthwvrt)4.eeM.IUe t<4ioa 8, loVDthtpMtooU.rsanft l lII

; e1reitby/raercBant, > There'would I'Avocada': pear tree*, .and will furnish written in three counties in Xoticw is hereby heal Hat ta.'Caloa'Com- MOULDING 8.EIC. ) a.ae.lb. Io&: ...
.}"t 4 ,be ao:djfferenoe between It and the them transplanted and warranted to rJori4a.liDee November lrl v& Endorsed JN dead Cbarca of West fslat"sea,nrM Ls euttll- .w.-geisruses.. '.1wne ,
o.y B. P.aum$4W by Hon.John A..McCall, PresIdent .,will UM Boa. .sdtaldv.tloa,, i
"' Uveforacoeach.! L apply to Jobs' D. Brooais
;. .. 1l ee tar WJUI k tU ad Btx.SUU.llepldecf ., of.*i4 laud,t U: J4..*W. Jaelumi. Cwoa- '
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J >haa reajjraloe just.a*.a patent, orfranetiIse I 'at its lowest possible cost Its saaaml eels. sad also tie......r of jjackaonville, Florida. sat Grove,rIa..pIt < relOeeaa- "
;. For Rant a&Cocoas+ .pievn.. aiUar.vasi'LLGeortwl.tleraf! Cuceull&.
atre ar hat_yatof,and the and easiest way of,jpe1I ing I premiums en. .. ,
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