The Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00256
 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: July 31, 1902
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: UF00076100:00256
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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:' iMt OfCoulT MIAMI I DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. JULY 31, 1902. 22 levels D.f.LtltMw 41 Iris: PRICE 5 CENTS
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I I I A Neat Hat,

A Neat Tie
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and Races De-
Balloon Ascension :::a,:.:a:.:a:.:a:.:a.:.:a:.:a:.:a:.:a:.:a f!!-. -, :.:a ..3l:.:a:.:a:.:a:.:a .... .... _
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An Shirt
light Visiting Throiig Elegant ,

', t A Fine Pair of Shoes,

MANY REMAIN TO MAKE HOMES IN MIAMI j 1hh \ A Handsome Umbrella,

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The finest feature *o far if the, jubilee nrM. It.> ",- and \ lUifOingliiin made |_.r.r. v
attraction was, the balloon a-wen- :i tie which.. .. Nas d..-iilfdjj's i>p..'itl dash r.M1 i
between I.... ton ,m ,,111"1. t\i iss aloe
alon and parachute jump midf yesterday '. i Any Article ofMen's
morning at half put ten o'elork.tf o it ahead
Bin* thirty a fi...J sized crowd The nst number i>n the, aftrrhjxm' '. I I'l.u time is done. The Jubilee is O\ (T. and we 9i
tin ttrririfii'. ron k.t. I Furnishings,
-.i:danditii on Avenue l. in the M- program w. (
-.....DII)' or the varan IoU nearly opposite From out Twrlftliotrrft.thc hind+oni("/ l" \\ all get down to work i\ich inJi\ iJu.tI y
the MnT oroii office and by ten crack company lutr.'hrd, dressed III f" 1\\ "
bright red uniform, hauling the hosecart I achie\e success for I 1IJnSl'1f.
'w the inflation of the large balloon it Striving: not only to IncludingA
find finding'I while on each side, tin.irub" .
b!:a.lt was' difficult to
on the idewalkn., team and I'tptiin Whaler mtrchrd. |fi (Chit all working together to the end that another
All kept perfect marching order and t[ff i

an 1(be great bitch balloon and was III'Illled very withoutingle thort ;made a lIne appearance. At Avenue, f f\ birth ly will find Miami,again rsjoicing because ofanother 1 Superb Line _
B they halted and preparations were ; "
time the monster was trembling with
made for the run to the hydrant near ; dear's substantial advancement. \IiI of Warm Weather
in )
eagerness to .*..Pf'. The men' the Townley block. The idea of thecootett I ,.; .... I
charge of the rope acted with great I I
)>roinptne* and with a .crely i a could throw WM water to find Int.cut The which first team run ; 1 f I The METROTOLIS 1 \ pledges itself to do its part in I

.Swerve he balloon went up. Curiously w.ter'' :
enough there wa not a ingle cheer, WM very pretty but there WM bo. I ; the future as in the past. in working for this advancement i= CLOTHING
and it bad tu be done over ; I
stood spellbound' '
etrccly* spectators explaining when banging atth ed smoothly the second and trial the everything gallant work teamshowedxbe ;." Starting'with the birth of the city I iv ,

the end of a twenty
at >
trapeze '
foot rope, his parachute banging below they do In rate crowd of 8.of...spectators The tim what they ,i !there has never been a day that it was not looked :I
him, Prof. Philip, the aeronaut, Visit
I made was ]jest idy cccond. 1
in the community's T
hot, upward into ipaoe.Jit upon as an important factor
I Those composing tbe crack team' ; II
be wa carried rapidly upward, I Cballle, Dan Hardy,
true* Floyd ; 1 i
a did several turn on the hoop trap w_. Bay, Moyd Chaille, Cliff Adam, I jl upbuilding and it can confidently assure the public -
.| Laaceter,
Higher and higher he' ,! Lewis Morford Norton aud (,t. Byron Aurh Dbau.cb. ," that it will keep pace step by step with the vjI 1 SEWELL!

Vtol until be wa fifteen hundredAbove I After the flremen'. contest, everybody | I 1 in
tbe pine top, constantly lined up on Avenue D to watchj'! !; community s progress. *

JBV through his graceful trapeie' the trotting rare. Those who entered ;
ate w. There WM very little breeze : Its enterprise in furnishing a creditable daily durII
bone were 1>. C. Brown, of Cutler'I ;:
carried far toON \
ud the balloon was
wet when the balloonist loosened T. \. .The Gaulierand flniibwumadeat I.. Granger 11th of Miami. ....,!: \ i ing the celebration has been commended warmly \i| The Leading Shoe and Clothing

i and started on his beautiful il
drop back to earth. The parachute i iitbe7nslkstused C.where Twyman the judge and. .E.F.CI..rboroJ.I'W. Grave were |' ';,; b)' our citizens and by the visitors. It will con- House of South Florida
by airy known aero- I /
mint,but u Phillip I* of very lightweight .ta tlonrd. Brown I J : tinue to meet every requirement of the cit"s I II I
be control It beauti In the lint brat the place were | ;, 1

laU,. A* be fell be Sept kicking out .Brat- Mathau, Granger, ,tjoc\rj third. for In Gautierrond the ).I|I' (growth, and will be a fair representative of the intelligence j W Come in and tee what we can do for you

direction be wished In go, .
t.h.* for a little
changing hi. course to that be avoided and public spirit and enterprise of the como
second; Brown, third. The last heat | :
solid lajid. ,
landed on
the river and
: found Brown''l4alllpNn" once more I ; 1 .
their mouth :
Then the crowd opened I
J munity. jj
I In the lead, with Mathau pI't'UI ; ;'
aid cheered. Many went pell-mell
I Sewell & Bro
successful ""pro- dark bay second, and Granger' Betsy ; ,
across lot to see the I' Brown' horse wu declared !> "
June third.
lessor," other stayed and'watched the' *1 iiJ IiIi
the winner; Mathtu second,
beautiful balloon floating tteadllly on ,I and Granger third., When Mr. Dearborn J 1 : *
IRS a beautiful black bubble. to. .J
little while it began to waver and announced the winner he gave ; 1 ; y
th Inky smoke 1 luItg the time M "two boun and forty-five ; 1 L '
ally" candied, *
8i .
.IIOCot': I .
from the opening making wlerdfaeiroglipbic 1 I .
After the bone race occurred the
on tbs blue dom. above. ,
Th empty bag fell very rapidly flv* mil bicycle rare,with W. E. Vatandinghau :I ,, : Will Open Its Doors.
writhing like a serpent in pain, and E, W. Brook, Sam Perkiss i ; .
th* wonderful feat wa over. '! and On l. .*el.r u entrie The I. i I I nfe I II I
ice lap were taken .Iowl)'. Along I
rof. Philip I* an Intelligent col- wealth and business of this
Ilu the flfth and sixth Laweter was The increasing
t4a 1 BUB from Cincinnati, f)., and I* lead, with the ret In I EEFFEEFEffE fEEEFFfrE: >F?
I an easy
... of the mot successful hallooniit' bunch. Toward lbs lat the excite- ; ., \ community call for additional banking fa. ,
...14At ,
lath. I. k wu tremendous, (be spectator .
: this need the
.* yesterday afternoon" Itth I throwing: their bat and cheering like cilities. To meet growing ,

street held most of thtfeople In town. I gookfellowt. During the pro.,..*. of I -

Around the finishing (line' near Nelao. the race, a young lady getting In Gu'l.. ., . . . . . .
.'.store and at Bud"' corner It 1 I.aMeter'i way caused him to lose 1 a I I

wa*almost impossible to get along the little time, but.be easily. made a food I Ithirl i DONT FAIL TO VISIT First National Bank
crowded .ld w.I"a. There wa torn I ; dace The lat. tushwu'tn-l! 1I ;
getting the roPf'l.tl't'kb.cJ I
delay easel,interesting money exchanging 1 I
flntraofiwa THESurprise + + +
cleared and then the t
she atreet ,
: band rapidly In the crowd the he viert j ]
run. Tbi wa the <|iiarteraniliA betting during the Jubilee WUf I I .

tai race. The large number of ne 'ed aa easy lead wad came In way 1 Store \

gruel on tbe street f.lrI'l.lIed tbemlv ahead. Valindknghtm wa second and ,

boar** la their entbuilttm. I, Laiwter third. Perkins towed his bat [ I Capital $50,000
Bolden. the entries, '
Both Bryant and off at the last eorn..r.ad rode lel.urely 1 -
Their Cor. 12th St and A\e. C. <
.n strong rider speed wa In at the end. None of the boy l''' ,
"wonderful Tbe two sprints were won .erased winded and all did line I,I Has Been Organized.

by Bryant.Th j I !rook's friend are already .worll.\\ SPECIAL PRICES WILL < ; .

next race wu the one-fourth 1 to put him on the road a* a pI'Of I II j BE MAD< .'
Bill dh for men, entered by E. W. I I al. 1 I I I Its doors will open November 1 1902
Brook of Miami, it. W. Perkins. of The Miami Bud went out on the I I for business aboutBiscajfrna .
aanford. and W. E. ValandUftam of I ateamer, Biscayne yesterday to add to Jtibilefc Week j jI

TltMvllle. The lint beat wa very.1 the nJeatnr* of the yacht race with >
cxeltiag. Erneat ".llHldlnlb.m eaflj the inspiring mualc The weather 'I -

led and at Bu',,'* corner looked 'I was simply!, glorious and the large i I OX SUMMER[ DRESS GOODS. -
back,sailed at Brook and lowed up party aboard tbe Biscayne enjoyed every .
tklallBf ho had reached the line. By'! second of the delightful Mil.Th 1 I CHILDREN'S. :; HATS.: RIBBONS : : / Detlen la

loa 'jpiMndertundinK! the Tttuitill In maH]of the band, the fay ] :
buys.binge' the line! was at Bud,.'. talking aod laughter of the .R *trl: I LACES. EMBROIDERIES [

Ctrwtrnnd they were very much. die:'I germ, the cool ,breeze, the ijparklinfwater ) : : Drugs,
gassed when It wa derided I. favor -ajl I fur i.b4 a pomb n.itonthdcouldnottatiitt ; -
.f Brook There wa a treat deal o(;I mak. the mot j I
irjrutaeBt and while Valtndlnirbam restless soul contest. \, SH AMS.t CENTER PIE-' : ;; : Drug Druggist Sun

WM having his leg dressed which wa : Tbo start of the yacht race wa \: CES. RPL.\ IIER BUREAU : ,
lajurrd Iri th*.race, the second print mad from the buoy at the entranceof

ifii made bttwftaPffkID. and Brook, the hip canal, the boat rounding co Y ERR..ETC. ; / dries, Imported and
the Jitter coming In abrad. The the buoy on the grouper bar. Co *
tmif finally decided tbe race In favor; There were jut two classes entered '
for Bntterick's Patterns.
el '.IaDdil1fb'1I1.I"'ODd place being _loop, rig aDd cat. The (loop* were Headqna ers_ : Domestic Toilet Articles
IP Ten to Perkins, of .Hanford. The I the Mary Mac* Captain Pent; The

net went a* stated by default, Brook iiornet.Captain Kemp,and the Sand Indies'arc especially invited tfl make ,. -
to ride tile third dab.In which carried oft the It '
I Bay priie.
Mfnalnff the next tine, for b ia, thyme *... wa a beautiful tight to watch the our store their resting place. I and Perfumes .

teeing Davis were ff Hugh JlI.IIII..d Coachman Sam ValMdiMha and- white wiled boat obeying* will of G. L. Xirnanigs j : Our soda water is made from true fruits
Frank : the helmsmen and a fine specimen of ,

**. of Tit.svlUe. (V cbBanuimt j the!seamanship of uur sailors of fief 1 .' 1 . . and fruit jutcesSPEOAL'ATTErmON . .
'in t ; prrietor.
u Ont at both &!riDt. the I > t ; ;

first run Davis came in second, In the I (Continued on Third Pagc.j -t-, . . . . . 1 TO PHYSICIANS' CR1PT10NS.

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TO MOVE ITS QUARTERS. the loveliest of tropical tree and !j! A NEW ENTERPRISE. -

METROPOLIS plant Now and then tbinirigtnakewould I t I
M..am X.w. 1I'm Cbuift. Loot n .u>4 In twist It* ugly length from out I Iamonr.t -

|.rove Plant the quite a< snakeyI.eikingmangrove I,I
Mr J H bbs t Cheat am Will Opus C, a
ELI! FLORID. JULY 31. 1K2, In a few -I- the :Miamie"' will root, and *li|> .t.a) into ,! GeDU Fur, lObule StonI .
-oc<'ii + )g undertiruah. Flttallt afterthe
mu11,1" nrvt jiiarti-r. |tylu the ju-t *
I :\I -alllllrl!II'| i. < leatlmni., manager' "THE IDEAL.-
f' adl..1 and
the hmldiiigiifi' I-1" pump'f fork acre the trreuuicrpeau
*. TAT'K. E'\or. of fViifrd the.
Iradl6g ,l.-nt. hirni
4 the "lilt -in wtn h t4Ie, h ir't Sat oral marl) t"ud.d tIp, ronf of. I ; '
If F HITHtHNOTOX.: Buusese Manager I i HrI..IV 111 .Is. kruliill: ill itIt tieI
l I.
I'.m,;k i- t.' '" err.. !. ,1.! J..lie new the la',," h vthitli' ".< hi KIUUIIIIC' tui. '

.01 I t ttir I I''i'; r will l h,' 1\ -le.irsMeetrr n j.- min i.,: swat the till, k /r..1. .g II<} *- I,. < ) .i"-"I".IC I"1 It J. Huh
MIAMI BUILDING STONE. bard' < I eallmin the ile-
'in imn 'ifii;
t.h.Inaiight.l MIIIIII ll. u' girl, a
-," t ,11110.. the Jittle Jtlitee IlI\
.. (taill, Ir I the, ni-niii'g ht, the '! liter. "I";
and toil ." Jit- l -. ream half ul .dtlight lulf "( fritflit.iirtlttre .

Founder ol .Uffc onw.' Board M tracie W nEa "i < .I'' .it., 1\; .IIZf.nl:! 'ill a1-, .11 l otb'" I -iiiiiiiiiis' lj/ll..if. in a |puts( h mill' ,lete. and ii|" l .ila'r if-nt !'ir-
ilmlw "II m.lnng" -ti,r*. 'I I 1''his. ..ntrrpn-i. uillli,!: ,
m-uli, 1\ ii> tt ijlm.t-r' |pre-- -unliiflit. waa lariii al.iirV' t"r
bUll tic an Bub.Jeel.II" .. .. .
.hlI..I..I in II. room win h -limn- Ladies Outfitters
i jl.l" him I I'i IP-M. I t.- |>n|"'rj' wilt' I I''hi> apprd| | the i lnua\ and noth njr '
< hall" the. ill-lit, Mr i heailiain .
.1111I'"a : n. ... tail-rite --taMi-1-
and lir ,
nni li gr- al. r fa. ilm' al-0, n .iwsa worth "h-.r\ll'>: all'rwnnNVithiMiirti
gUI-lied, IaN)er of .laa ..,,,111 ill. ,r ... addltoaland tiii in on I the I, -iiinh. ihilwln, J I, tao l teen
t. nlplates oth r etteti'I\l e III* urcwu he'll.-| ) abosnlul ,
regt.tered at Hi* 111.. .) tie MMhal I tl.1I1. .. ll|1.J, lirtlliliiW, I'.ri. the | ln, >-
l nnprutrtn." | ntf..r the \rN. up all their" ailjei"II\'" and Illter-
1 len wa the founder "I,' the 'Hi, k "nvllle (..i.rnphnrMr.I < 'liU.. m mil i mi.ii .
\ ,,, li 'artil c.mjrntulate / admiration
110.I Nf i 1 : 'r i I- ) r.'gattontry Ilig to eapre.lb" Ir
Hoard of Trade and wrote "iten.' ( ne I I.. recnt (ailirinic has-ui..a.
olnliel l It ingtun. on tIlei "c'"'' and wonder atits':;'1.1 "' the' |I"
tire t onutitulion and ti) -law-. thong)i and l1.. t"> 'ale.rin. will, I 1."n,
these improteitienlne < .
which n-inltrn fate materglsdre. t
of \a'l bu.tnra. In ted| b .,,' .
now. onii'iAitit n. ) an tivtuv.I
and lru tth t the f 1"New.
teret, lie ha* not tune to g';'". much ) THE MILITARY D1SPLAT- Thl'I litinterior. the. nxnii ii. lie i". -d I
Kill 'long 11."ro.h under it present" Millil1erya
i of (hi, time. to the ..rlta"" .tlOn. w Iii I h nianagrii,eiit. apses) |HIICJ! Alas, tl.ibrfti \< for the new Jirol".t Will, tie Inilil-M.nie-. 1 Specialty.
decay* i if .filled with capable "...n. and 1.l1n.ta t\\ arid its furni-liing' will .berry
along'be 1 line* nf (iroKrcni Kif'.ei: Mk Good Showing and Their Foal t
he IK not needed"Mr. liheralit) and whose labor for the F..stun of ,.*..... \ "sp"nOland complete, rmbraimg -
visited Miami about aFear silent
Challrn elegant mirror, sale.-
brit ,Interr.tsof the community; | hatebeen In tie hurry of riling up the parade
ago to investigate our natitestone. men how -aw, Htted. with electriclights
untiring. sufficient justice wa
yesterday 1adicse look after Come
Hi favorable' report wa pub- etc. The nlork will be in keeping jour wants. to us

litbedat length in both the Timet- OUR SIXTEENTH BIRTHDAYMtmlwu hardly display.don The the float'admirable, which wa military gotten with the rniininmenu., bring kept fine; the;;:new up-to-date things in Four; line'- The

fbion and Citizen and Metropolis of up by Sergeant Muller and Jaudon, strictly up-to-date, and unbracing all Ideal It-ads, others follow in Indies Misses and
Jacksonville and the result was that CkufM Whkk fut Dread WWI Miss the fashionable noveltie Mr. 1 heat-
wa very bandioniely arranged
the beautiful while stone wa adopted !I BrIDe ** Is MIME : the Goddess ham will leave for New York about Children's Furnishings.::
Grade Garrett impersonated
for the building of the handsome I The kindly compliment passed:cpon of America and Mix Ruth Iiin on the l last of August to .select full and
church In Jacksonville-The Pint Miami and her citizen by the!' hundreds .elegant line of high-data good O\iT
the Goddess of Liberty Both young
Cbrittlao.; This magnificent building of visitors i during the celebration I in 4. stated, Mr. Chettham will continue i All the new up-to-date styles in
l ladies were l indeed lovely, arrayed
constructed entirely) of Miami tone I are >rry. gratifying. Miami people striking and appropriate cottume his Koytl Tailoring business, 41i lathe Corsets.
and several other churches will ue scarcely herd encouragement, foe! they Joe Reilly represented the army and of which he bas made a great success, a !
the tame b.atcrial. On account of feel *o certain of the steady, continual thus enabling him to extend his bu-
and Paul the
Welsh I>e ey Taylor
the great demand for it, Mr. ChallenMJI growth anti ultimate great proportion The guard were Private.iiin.on mess to embrace everything desirable -
be It sorry to say they are forcedto of their Ijttle city. But they do appre.ciatethe navy. fur. well-dreted min Having

import mOlt of the atone from X..- I glowing prophesies and' gen.I lU and thank' mith.to The the young Company ladieswho extend had experience. in this line al>o, it I* i\\ :.:.:

taU on account of the slow delivery j I uinely kind wishes that no one his e\- M> kindly participated, and il.o safe to predict. that his new venture
from Dad* count,. Among the blnd- I fer been backward in making and'wUb:' will i meet with su.'I'ess 100.l
to the bright boys.
some residence in Jacksonville on I I to thank one and all for them.
which the atone I* used are that of on the day that Miami bWome! In this (connection also, it may be .\ lull line iif I cd.'t: s. Miss andChildren's
aid that the Rifle presented a fine
Mr. Chas. Blum, built entirely of itand sweet .ill..lI. i it will be very Intfrenting -
The Panama Hat.
There cadre .14 men
appearance.. Corset Waists. '
that of Mr. <;b... II Sumner who to look back to the u'ounto.t the L aeJ: :_.
I dm Jed into two platoonstheflrst
being to secure enough for hit Ou'visitor' The Saturday keening: Post of twoweeks
unable in command of Sergeant W. II.
had editorial
entire -house, ia making handsome n to ago a witty an
i Pent, the second in command of Sergeant ( ) lot l..allies'hite and Colored .
foundations and trimming of the pure the gulf ground, will attend matinees Panama bat and the tad time a husband ne Shirt Waists
says it ia by theatres and will drive 'neatharches J. F. Jaudon. Both of thee ha*, to .convince his wife that !t worth
white rock. Mr. Challen in our JL.SO to. 200. to go while they
were under command of First SergeantC. I I. his
far tbe handsomest building materialued of electric light to Cocoanut A. Mull r. A fine showing wa perfect right to pay anywherefrom last each atOne . . . . . . .
fill to for his
in Jacksonville and that it cost Grove and Lemon City. The biff government | IM own "Katie"when
made, considering that tbe Captainand be kick at a five dollar bonnet
them no more to build the church than building that are to
if'they bad tired pressed brick. be erected here, will be tbrongedl with both Lieutenant are out of town.LADT for her. Tbe editorial' goes on to expound I lot Ladies finest genuine lisle thread Vests with

Registered with Mr. Cballen Ii Mr. ttrangen from all over the world, who the proverb/'pride; goeth before i ia I

C. R. Tyson another prominent member have come in on the foreign boat anchored REAL ESTATE AGENTS- fall," by cleverly depicting wagon silk tape in arms and neck, worth 500 to *JC

of the Jacksonville Board of in the batin. But let the prophesies I load upon wagon load of imitation I go at. . . . . . . . & 3 C
Trade. go-we are too busy with what it They an Doing t Fteirtrtlaj >.BniilAerm 'a Panama bat for fl.a (reduced from f

)Miami la surely to be congratulatedupon going oo day by day to 'peculate on """r UM Bi* r. fl.tIIl.wblcb) could be easily tuUtituted The same'as above with short sleeves at 25:.

her dittingoitbe vitiiort. the future. Come back next year and A familiar sight on the Cocoanut for tbe twenty-live dollar wonderon atttBBili i i 1i i i i i l lllMBjaai jafjija jjjjjB .
7 tee what bat been done. ('rove road acroM the Miami rive. In hubby' bead. It I. true that the]I

___ II I I the vicinity of Brlckell Avenue. Is imitation Panama are Just at pretty j I A full line of Ladies Muslin Underwear

the trio-Miss Edith Brlckell Mm.I in tbe eye of anyone but an expert a* t01
1 EXCURSION UP THE RIVER- I go this week at greatlreduced prices.
Hew Business Honse For 12th Street. i E. C. McAlllkUraod. "tb yellow d
JMr*. M. ''IlandeUmao formerly Onset tke Xur .leabie Trip Tikn jOw During the past two weeks this real weaving bat been brought down to a':

Mr*. Frank of this city but whole Ynitarr. estate firm has sold' over Hfty lots In fine point and every day the demand I i
home la now Ocala, came down to wit- 1 A merry crowd of paaaengert II III went the Brlckell addition and chaperoned for palmetto and palm braid it Inr,.....- I One lot Misses Drawers

and incidentally I river In the beautiful scores of Ing. to this sale at
_es* tbe Jubilee celebration tip tbe Miami upon score prospective buyers I go
tolook after her property launch La Breexa, owned and run byI over the pretty site. *. In the Bahama and Wet Indian

I Interests. tits city Mr*. HandeU- I Mr. Vernon Pi ire WIIII.m..1 1 Tbe I Among those wbo have bought lots land the native women make Ia'i
I Ir
nan will at one begin the construction r launch .. fr very swift and comfcrtable are Mrs. I'. T. k.trtr.1 r. Yd IVBerrr ful hats for two or three cents apiece 25c

of a to story brick business one making the delightful trip in a Mrs lirarullntf and wins, Mrs. while In this country could not beginto '

house, SUxflO on the lot adjoining the I remarkably. thort time, couriering Stanley, Dr. and Mrs. Scre\en. Mr. he bought for less than a dollar or I

building occupied by Cilrtman Bro*., tbe long route covered ignite a.. good and Mrs. Bradley, Mrs( C. W. Gardner; more. They are very light" in weightand Sf

which propert) the alto own. There deal of atnusenirut was caused by the Miss 'I'earl tardner. Mr. John Card1oer. always keep their shape. although

will be a handsome store room, above remarki of a little northern girl aboard Mm. Littletielcl Mr. J. K. LuniDIUS. they can readily be bent into any One) lot I ladies Gowns,

which there will be located several office I She became, almost wild with delightat \ I Mr and Mr Kl.maifjn. )1 rand .nape.. I to go this .sale at

room. If a suitable tenant ran I the many wonderful thing* | along Mm James Dora JJr. William Turn, The straw which they use it a specie

be procured for the store room in advance the bank of the river Everything age, Mr. E. V. :-.ewell. Mrs.( J. M. of palmetto that can be easily grown 75c : ,;

the Interior of the building' will 1 was fU new to Vet: cocoanut palms, Jackson Jr Miss, Erickson and Mrs here. The labor of braiding the halt i* ,

be! made to conform to the convenienceof I banana 'plant, growing pineapple E. C. VIcAllUter. not hard and it could be made a profitable ,

bu particular buaine and tbe curiouxly twitted maigrove This section of the city will 'lx one and pleasant industry. There are I

It I is evident that both tide of ISthtlreet root kept her making i continual of the mutt fashionable parts of the i I already several ladle ia the community

will soon be lined with *ub
_1.... houses. far a. avenue the beautiful stream tbt boat\ chasers have already made arrange- hrittmat tend scores of (cunning little i E.B.DOUGLAS :

F, or beyood. glided, between bankt on bleb [rioted meats to put up beautiful home fur doll bonnet and handsome large hats.| ,
'themselves. t o their friends.Salldwidhe.

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F Avenue B, and nth Street. I LaBreeza, I
j 8tsmith's: i

Neatly Furnished Rooms and the Best i will rom from the atone pier up tbe Smith 's t

,, picturesque MianiRiTerto tbe Everglades : !
Fare in the
City. tuning at

i ; 9 a. m., 1 aoj 3:45: r. m. Ice Cream Parlor. j I

$ 2 agd $2e50 per Day.
ates Fare Ute for Adult. Children\ tftc. I RestaurantTHE
( j Cor. A n. C and IS St.BISCAYNE .
en:1 The Way) to //:8: to tki ftlf Groonis I
will be remodeled and I : PLACE.
.......112Building ;...: I
-_i \111! larged for the coming season. .. I --- _u --- -- __ _
Neat Service
.1 ,
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j jI Cuisine UnsurpassedA
: ,III : jI
I ClM.1 l and Comfortable Dining Room. The Beat of Everything: Ob
tainable. Don't forget the name. '



I Avenue !>.. Fast: Side.
Hardware ,
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I I miasma, Fla.. : I

\ Tinware 1\ Will be Open for the Reception For 'Souvenirs v

AND of Guests j jI

House Furnishings of all Kinds. I in China. Leather Photograph. Picture of all

. GO TO [ During the Week of the kind. Pocket Book. Ola .ware. one works nf art

I If Clocks, Office Supplier TViuk Stationery. Art Em-

bro erie., a large: assortment. of Ladies Furnishings -

I. J. W. Watson'sHardware Beautiful Lace, and Dry Good, gn to the
Miami Jubilee !

Store. f THE KEYSTONE, ,

FINEST LINE OF CHINA AND CROCKEfcY. 3 Door Wet of Pont Office. ii

Plan j MIAM FLORIDA. A. J. KUL1). 1to t.thAMI .
High Grade Bicycles. Fishing '

Tackle. Ammunition, Etc. .

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}lr. T. Williamson was down from }I i... Ethel Rumpb left ynterda; JUBILEE EXERCISES. . . . . . . .

MIAMI MCE MEAT. We t Palm Beach, jenterdty.Vit morning! month for Virginia, to be gone .evera "' i I Continued frum First Page

< urnrlia Kf'Y4.IIf I.emon < ity.
has iM-rii the l guest of Mr 1IIw'II.in The flat alligator pear uf the Matoiwere loon I florida wa shown. 'in the w.)

iluriiiK th' ..".Or.ition. handled by WiUnn, A fl)'" nix.. the) managed tli-ir 'r..ft.

T. I_ i.anliHT ji |ir.ini; ariMind, krepu a g m\\\

of Putnam i mint) I.a.. )I- in Mtanii.' a. Ill'"< h 1 hn 1'if--I ,ian) iii!>tilulil>ti ill \liun'.lamra/ ". i l,alien, of w l.ru :" \I hew uf the rare were a m II..'...r 'if cal i iMI W. M. Bnrdine Soil.l

I iu.wn i1 irnnf! I II.. iliilcf.Mti. longer, nnti. e appearIn this i...ue, rrtiirin | .I. and 1.1'11" ln-., w hose 1s.--nger'Heart
A .tot Ita 'tour I..r 'an! i lift"p. .
In" tu ) d loose 11.,_ iiH>rnii>K ti> .1... k. } drme the -jiinr-: f-\ will]
For niforiiiatiuii i all at tin- ,.''n. cMr '.I MI| ',iiinj. i ale t..4...r.- -..UVllV.II their eitnd IIMH-iii-nt. i d| i il'ifrolid I .

.. W ". I.nl am l>-3\r' t th m.,rn- ii"mini to /n.u\ |.rnii:rl) and Mill jniakrI' ... iUe'tnn.*.
I:' i M tt t1 alter and M rIrank -.
ing for PI I tl'iplna\ ,, f..r. |.r.itr.., '"t .oli" their, I'lliinuliiiluit, ; p's' > 'II hi-rn, >ii'-F.I !. rn,. i-.M t h) II,. i" ,at'
I < .1,1..1 li a--I .1. :i- a-lelli
.. l left the ii,-ti'ii, > r- all at --it
I.1,. h Inriiri'lr Him |
I.Y. III 1 :IMS-- a \..rv i.i (n.MI I- .in-trail Kiiinlr;] ,.
I ,, Ih\ ', -.;:: "ini-l 1 1"3" i uJ) .ltiratfil 1 ,10... Nrrk.. one, J.Hinif !1..1.') rHlarininr n 'lIe Ia.a -
Mr .i. M..otiPnor) :" r'l.r.| I Or-.1.'rll'lIn O.jr St' .I' i is 110tl1l'l"dt'r -
l Ir inl"-rnii:
.. n "t w
ll I. < iitn : i ) incae ,
I 1.:01.\. : I I.t i I .J.I "i \Mi.f' I .t.riht| > | .
wilting 11",ir nl,' the "1111I', "''!' tti.t.s "i I tin "f the, r.<. -lie, lalkul oltlie .fI t 'f 1 .ittr.n tii >n Ii Miami, ont
till*. >t-mliii i ( a Iru ila\ > in t..uu .t,, of' w .1hall i
J I-.j | I I.e lllll| r |iwuplr -lion!. ,lerdaj w.a "..II\.r-\lulorrheard liclin-llirll at the "|1.MNIIII" "tevrinnthe
.uid! kits. but tin idfil k o remain I .uoMint "f. tin- SIIJK\ 'rb lintnl '
Mr. \. W Ilurkrlt. mm xg--r ..f llXobfr < n -trip| t IwIwertl tn "l our "-.IOI'1e' 'Iw..n..r frum the "ph..r thnurerlliitf
\".'p''|''T I I limn, l 1..1 and ".ioaf in )1..lalili ,rrwarkahleall' return (rirudIOle uf thrill 'remarked, lhIbr thi '.'.11..k pit" aid < a>tinathe t :'\1'\\ ( mail |nst rri.d\cil.

of tli- rallrr .1'i the Mi 1'1'-" In kft I.mr l.it-n a drug .,en Ilirniirkrl "Iar..r' mr whole. srert. hurt her .. am tuir from the, 'main heel." ( )ur m \\ lint 01 t \\.1" h

(,II". r )r tcrda' ) t )"". 'I he other replied : "dh.. I d"II't I 'I'he winner, in the liuip, .'law Mai i
llikrli know. 'l l.r don't M-rm tome to differ KuK.of I'alni Beai'h. I 11res. Goods is 1'\-[ ,
niiintwr of return } "a"1
l'r" I.h'1 i:. :M. llrrl.t,tord. uf the 1 lir 'larct the |ir"'It' )
First \lIi"n.ll1.Ik and Mr. tilt hu- that i an litli iiiglil heap. iho..III..rIh.n much truth, the white vand-at home' In the rat Inial i !Is-.. ''aptain Ialll" ci.d1r attr.ldiand: initing. -

nj. \ r..I'r..id."t111111I11) IIr'a... anjUiiH'if i rise that with tlif'juui- e\<'rpt that the) are much harder .11.1 1'hi>ni|,"on in uininaiid >if the V.t. an- If nct.t1 a fnshdress
were in the city W edneday'The lutuin, Miami I las, ,UK reaped her p"pu- then there i..n't any of that long graxgriming i-teil by :iii r. "" ". lVa.'<. k, made a 'I. you
l al ton l largely.tiurnlg I in them here. beautiful nail and was the only one to or \\.ii'-.t or amthincfdoods

boarding houses and, rrta'iraiitbootbifrptrs '. I An amusing ini-iuent occurred tin. bring' bn boat around.the buu;. "apt.Thompson d"e in Dry now i.your is
business II the balluuu avention, Mr.J. .
and |HM pli- jrinfrally I hat tailed many a bolt and
first of the tbat wouk
all stem .atl.lI..d with the financial I R. \ ilixm of Wilson .t Kle 1 very day jubilee lone rare. oiMrtunit\| | to l'tthe
ha }et to a
in thousand
not happen again a yean
mull vf the Jubilr I courteoimljr placed a number of ctoreboxe Tournament Ball last Right wai Ix-st for the least money.
Mr. J.J. Iltlly a> driving out of lowsaccompanied
'elation of the
W B. hpitxrr and wife. of WettPalm I for the in runt a" eolu of his n tore by his guest, Mr. J.I.. the crowning event of jubilee week. This applies as well to all
Beach, are stopping for a day or pectttort I Gardner of I'utnamconnty, Ga., whena I About nine oVIork'\ the streets .were
lines of
two In this citjr. Mr. piur i. Virr- Archited J. II. W. Hawkin. of big two-hor,e'carriage loaded will i filled with i'arnage* on their way tot Trimming

}''*'ldnt of the Firat National Bank. Jack""unville, was in the city Mondayand "loaded" colored gentlemen, going al t the armor in the new county jail Furnishings. We have the'

Mrwrt. Carnets Steven and two Tucsda, examining the foundation tbe rate of an Fast Coast freightdro I building and ill a little while tbe room andhandsome nicest line of Women'sand

brotbrn, of Jennings, Hamilton of the", KritM and tInt National full bead Into II r. 11011,'. phaeton and I IUpwI. was thronged with lovely women
of th Shoes that
I The costumes we
-:f. county arrived last nl..btwltb the Bjnk.bui.'dmfi.! The nrgroe were wattejetl I men.
like learn" and Mr. Holly lad e' were beautiful d the memoryof have carried. Our line
Intention of ranting their lot permanently "autumn a* ever
In such large crowd a* ban the festive ti-ene will be a mat fitting
la Dade county. in Miami this week, the small number drove on without hardly looking bark souvenir of the week. The Miami of Infant's and hild's Slippers -
one of them was heard tu remark "wellwouldn't
The auction sale of lots by J. H. Ta- of drunken men ha been noticed. Band received' many compliment is specially ooVe
that 'll"rluU.uur Raglaar"Tommie j
well attended aa The crowd has been a decent ode in ,, in the
1 turn & Co. was not aa for its exquisite music. though
them in Black White
: have
: la free silver man.He ,
the Tiger
was expected, owing to numerous every way. evening the room wan >o crowded that

attraction wblcb carried the people Prof and Mr. F P. KntroinfKofRollin expatiated on the subject tome- dancing wan bard work After the In- Tan, Blue, and bright

elsewhere, but the firm did a most satisfactory College, Winter P.rk1 are what in this wise yesterday : "Taper termittion, however a Urge numberleft Red, with hose to match.
business In the way of dU-: money no good; big rain come, makewet and for rent of the time could not
the Jubilee ,1.1 tort. Tbev expect -
posing of Iou it private ..I.. among the no good: big wind come-poof! have been made more enjoyable.
to remain some' time in ,city,
fly away, money gone Gold money, i _
T. West of the pioneer
Capt. C. one in the interest of that educational
little little in band
I residents of this section, came down institution lit good; piece twenty About five o'clock yesterday evening -
I i from his beautiful Indian River borneto dollar; lose him, lot twenty dollar. 1 1! the little daughter of Mr. F. H. \Ve carry at all times a full line of Mosquito Nets

participate In tne Miami jollification Mr. R. R. McTormick write the Miter money,good, ojut; twenty dollar Wharton bead clerk in Mr. F.. 1Brady's ? and Netting. We have the Turn Over Nets which attaches .
be baa big pile one dollar beep dollar; ,
Capt. Weat la the Mayor of Melbourne.and MtTBorout from Quebec, that ; I wa knocked down by a boy
hal been prominently Identified I juat returned from a monlh'l salmon lose dollar, nineteen left." All of racing in the vicinity of lltb street I I to the ceiling and also the Dixie which attachesto

with the development.of the East I I fI.hllfjfl "Newfoundland water Be which it respectfully referred to Mr. I and painfully bur Her head truck the bedstead.

Coast, having been one of the Brat reports that he found plenty of know I W. J. Bryan for bit diatltgulabed con- the curbing, bruting it very badly and I
I and Ice there, alto moaq.I Of"*and I flderation and ute in bit lpe< three homesteader la this aeetion. up for awhile the family was afraid of
I .
Mr. T. W. Fielding, a bright yo'ng I:I black din. II I Mr. J. W. 8tranaha and hit band I serious eonteqnencet. However.. late I

attorney, who recently graduated with The party; given by Mitt May tw orJ. of Indian visited the Ma-rmorou of- last night the child was retting comfortably

distinction from Stetson Unlveraity, ley, Tuesday evening, was one of the floe yesterday mse.iag,dreatil In fall and there are no more fear of :

baa arrived from Lake Butler, bill: moat enjoyable ever held at Jn'<
former borne, and will engage in tbe I J.,'. hospitable borne. There Were 1 party it the famous Tommie Tiger. -- ----

practice of bit profession in Miami. about forty guests present from Miami U* speaks Englitb very well when bewill India Cora Due Holowinrn- ,
'Mr. Fielding i* a gentleman of-ablllty 'I and abroad, wbo will carry a long remembrance. I speak at all and yesterday became .
advertised to
and attainment, coming with recommendations of tbe pleasant eve.Iing. almost eloquent on the big time I.I I. Tbe Indian corn dance
Tuesday evening at lithitreet : %.>TT. F'Z.A.&nifemen'o .
of the highest character, Tile spacious dining room was I Miami: Tbe decoration teem to take place
and wt with and predict: for him a I ed Into a ball room, the floor being at I tlckel blm like everything, bit love and avenue C. was bolowaugut, I
large measure of success In bit chosen smooth a* was could make It ant the : fo bright eolurt being fully gratifiedIn bum ojui. Tom Tiger and bit men'

; borne. At ,present be It located 10'' merry dancer lingered till the early the mattet gay flag and bunting' had too much ".,oma" and "..tahat.1 I. (
Ullliawawah" bad to retort tq
Jx Judge W or ley'* office. : morning boon. lie liked tbe Mcrnoroi. ttore" very ka succeeded In'' . . . . . *-*
; much and wanted to know they bad city marshal before be
\ topping tome pal facet. who were
any "good. to aell. Mr. Stranahanteeme ,
The J to be an honored pale face erring the dusky brave from a two-

I among the Tiger tribe. They obey quart whiskey bottle. After they I
Magnolia blm a* .bieftain.. were once In the pot, they caused a
: great deal of amusement, but made no ,
Capt. J. II. Welch' address last worthy exhibition of the famous Sm- t 6't.
Monday afternoon, in which be advanced (! L
loole dance.
Corner Avenue )) and lUb tr 'vt. \I corn
Ii ',
results of historical
i tome startling Tom Tiger bat been on one continual -

Largest and Coolest I research, and which appeared I drunk ever tlnre be truck town. The pleasantest place in own is at
in full in yetterday't DaltT MtmoroLI Yesterday he went to Mr. StranahanUtahatka _
Dining Room In Town I iba caused much comment andwill I 1Ii1Ii.hawab-and aid : "Me

\ drubtlea create much interest in abamed white lady come down street,

Furnished $Z scientific circles Capt. Welch ha: Tom Tiger have.. dirty shirt. Too muchwyoma. : J. H. Hayes'gtlluu
Rates I such a reputation for humor that tome ."

Throughout. Days of hie audience were suspicious that I This .bat been a hot time sure for tbe

be wat Bringing a huge joke on them, I Indiana and great will be the entertainment ,,
Special. Rates by Week tr Moflth but such It not the 1'.... Tbe apeechi furnished the tquawi and Q( (Room mt Coof < grinR> tl1nb.
i a c.nden.ation of I volume\ which buck back borne in the rteminol. village -
Capt. Welch I. the author, and wW Nrepreaenti wben they retAlra.I I 12th St. Opp. Biscayne Hotel.

(. J. W. ERICKSON Proprit great research and labor I Finest = and To-
I Ice Cold= ()riok..f every kimln. Cigars
I j on bin part. This vtlamt wiN shortly I I bacco. The most complete collection of IMI'KS. from
be given to the wend lad wlflloobtles. I '1 the cheapest grade to the fluent mttr haum.I .

r' While here call r !' to historical. be a!very literature.KotiM.valuable. acquittlon !- I The Brown Brick Go. J. H. HAYE&, ;

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$ .L -
Ittk a. ON- L.eay.
I arid see my I i 30OT0 !,I

I All persons, fifteen year of age and
: ever, are Inrlted to meet at Me*. PALATKAFLA.
Zumwalt't at Lemon City Saturday I! For the :Suet Moat if*. Town

Furniture Stock i I tight, Aug. tnd, to form an organisa or.at'raCTt'lau HMTCLAMBuilding I 1
lion for social mental athleUc and 1 OR A

I Dther amntementa.Otona. I .
( T B. Watt>DOa, Brick. :, Short Order L' Y"-oh

II Temporary Chair. ,.

And see how theap I sell. It does jiot I --_ ,GOTO -

:" pay to ship old furniture here. i THE RACKET STORb Clark's Restaurant

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ITS BRANCHES r I Handles everything and sells it cheaper. When E .eaeonab1e Raton,1'rQZnpt; '

- 1 in need of Graniteware Tinware, Crockery, Gent's I and Bost: Servjoe.I.t'XCII .

y M :=: A M :=: 1 i :I t Furnishings save you money Laces on and them.Embroideries Visitors are Etc.cordially, we will, j OOfXTER IX ros\".cTIOS. TRY OCR 'OFFEE.

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1 invited to call and see us. : -.
IB rapidly forging to the frontThe ,, I

i ) .The Racket Store

i I Lu City ii Soih'hlorii. J ;

W. H CHAJLLB SON Prop'*. I II EverybodY

I "jay.maUD. e
I I :
*" l 4 .t I You Cannot do Better for Meals

Now is time to secure a CHOICE LOCATION, ....lMIi| ir and lodging in'Miami Than atMsHinson's ..
Business or residence.; Choice.locations to the city for "' I '

( Fort Dallas I Land Cofflpan- .i Boarding House, i Seybold's8read: an.c1r.. pa.k.y- os.

e Ct..1'
t Call on JOHN a RET1'T.1'. Agent, f lUll Street. Near Avenue D. Try Tt1.D1.: ..'

Fort Dallas .Uud IWjMuij Mtj m. I' Everything New Neat and Clean i!

Or J. E. iKOBAnAM, "i *-I'rn't. and Table Supplied With the Best.
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1-"""';-t Fort Dana l,aM Vs.. P1. Aneerimri


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The Talk of the Special Jubilee Sale. ; '

State of Floridai I Ii Z y ,.,esD

i .
i Clothing Shoes and _
of tin _
has been the r.ipul growth I C ITttlt

I l idea.UKe y

City of. MiamiAnother Gent's FurnishingsSclmeidman ,:Cb::,; s..atalefo wwt$ \ '

.s' v.ui.acs
\T ices

talk will Iwlr is cd f the ma llit"lc'nt

stOl -<;,of _\nthony rOil Bros. A Cohen's' O .. '. ...

We l believe it when tie say th.it the |.ul.lu al'l'n'ci .

ates a first class store run on busuuss! principles.l 'fl: >

All goods marked in' plain figures and: w hat theyare OK. Post oftl,,. \,UMU1I ..\. .,

marked ip what they are sold for. hoods 17 r.

I I 1 I-I I I-I-I I .1'1'1'1'1'1| | | I I 1'1 1'1' n '
bought of smch houses asd'

o Z

While in Miami. Go ToWhaler's c:: _-4

I I L- C, ,
i i

1: Il'. Collar aNd CuJJ, prim. 2 Jr. "' Jewelry Store12th IuIlr.4.l -1 roR tA.1 -- r.Ill.. .......... 'O

Manhattan Shirts price, $f..>0 to $..3.00..Ylfred STREET. MIAMI. FL. Inf" l
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: Bnljtllll Il'S Clothing, $10.00 to $18.00. % "
and souvenir of visit. You
purchase a your
Ilafl-0rerShor's, price, $3..>0 to $ f.00. j Cb ', D
I can find' some beautiful things at a trifling "e.Z
Edwin Clapp's Shoesprice, $(J.OO to $ .00. 1 U '.

: cost, 4r. ....,rlt.esQ
Young's Bros. Bats, price, $3.00. 1 1Xnor's '

Hats,price, $2.50, $3.10 and$.j.OO. 1 I
I I r M1AM1 L '
II !
whosoever quenches his thirst will =
Should Viitt.I .
Plten Strtartn ... O
Its water is bound to return to In a
i I I Actual the bay, to the ourtbeast, U l...... asp.eA.
g rocky brink before he dies. -e' ZP. ,
the Rowe of Refuge wbere many i a
Kirk Munroe, tbe celebrated writer
I storm toned mariner bat found s safibavec.
Your money back if goods are not as represented. I is I baa his year-rouod home there a short
At one time a well equipped
I walk fr..m tbe Inn. below the prettj, .
stationed there, (
I Ufe using crew wu I
1 boat house of the Biscayne Bay yacbi .
and the old boat louse still stands elthe
I I club. I
su rt beaten shore. The uld wooden -
I Through Coawnut Genre the road i
Incline down which the lire br.al' 4f a
goes on down to Cutler the big tomato
when the signals of dlsireM
was sent .1 Ci
i I fields and the homestead county,], .
were beard across the water. Is nearlj
whither continual stream of land S
burled In the drifting sands, and the I I I r t tn.
seeker have been making their .. .
roger house Itself, Sited with tokens of IU i iI the way .. w e*wrr.rr
ever since new railroadsuivey wai .
I more useful days boll become a dress
begun. Tbe large surveying corps ii
log-ruum for the bathers. who go ova I I
now encamped about six miles bek a
to enj'ij the fine surf From th< I I,Cutler. Ir
MIAMI. PAUl BEACU WEST PAI M BEACII! route usually taken by the launchet The road branching to tbe rlgbl I ,,

and yachts In going to the House ol ,I: leads out I ibrough lh. beautiful pint )
Refuge a magnificent view of tbeI land to the Ererirladr past fin. J

lovely homes strung along the bah groves and truck farms.
1- shore from Miami to Lemon City mil ; North from''''WD. road as smoottas

MORSE be had, as well a* of tbe mangrov Mlaaila' streets run to Link
ti ,I lined shores of Bulls Isle. River, through Buena Vista aDd

,, Nearly opposite the terminal dork; Lemon City. All through that section O
ESTATEMiami the new ship canal will be bullMovei( I are beautiful places and a Urg h
REAL which you are helping us be Jubilant.], ,,amount of buildingi.goinguo. Messrs.
I By going to Norris Cut, directly on- S. B. Brown hon's place at Lemon I

Dade Co.. Florida. j |p.lte the mouth of the Miami River,,,I l'Itll one of the most wonderful example -' u ,
an easy landing may be made and a of wbat can be done In tbli

,AGENT FOR LANDS OF > delightful walk: : on tbe beach will lead pall of the world. Me sra. Brown arc

:you around Uj.tyie bunch of cocoanut scientific Washington City men who.
Florida East Coast Railway Co. j : palms by which the line of tbe canal ,have In tbe few years they have been 'I

Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co. : will go. / here, shown conclusively: that this
I Farther to lobe south at the end ot country Is tbe borne of the grape I
Coast Land Co.
Boston and Florida Atlantic i I Biscayne Key Is Cape Florida with l Ita fruit. Their large grove Oiled with South

I f ft I myriads of associations. There, Is located rare t.ret'lll I a beautiful sight Away DOM
. the beautiful winter residenceof Beside the drive mentioned, there

\ I Io I Col Davis,the owner of the Key, are score of other roads leading I from I
the maIn thoroughfare ending up at
R. MoCORMICK. CHAS. H.QARTHSIDI and the historical old llgbUfase
R. '
WM.Pq.y.st M BROWN, "...I'neI..... c......,. : which formed the seltlnm of one of beautiful home where will t.baGlad be found to''
,hospitable people
a-=. tie ovaaY. a.a-", ,.-,- : the IDolt thrilling of Indian war' extol tbe virtue of this young-oM- '
'stories. land. Everywhere will be found real.!! The .
dent to talk about the mlracu ,

, Ba of Bay Biscay}ecapitol I!and Thus all*who wbo have!have not the seen ocean the at home Everglades lout growth,eager southern this country courtesy sod hand-In everywhere .1'I i MetropolisI '

9 should not miss the trip up the band with northern vtro.

lllamt RlTer. This Is one of the prettiest .- I
, I $ o 000.00 ; sill In the world, the! water la pu'llbe4 every rm'risay at Miami the County test of Dade '

ti_ ,rt,... wave? ZARSal.rw..raa.ral i always growing calm In the rich beautiful profusion vegetatlon on- \\yhilloll t D. C.II II County wblck .. may be new by reference to the above J!

c....roe t.... .( rw..... either tide It full of wonders. and the map ls located ee Blseaya Bay,. at tbe toettem terminus eftbe /

f..._ e.j.gIkiteeerlw.dMwtwtt.Coa..nWna i.tlK:t.WorM..eI...Aerovn view of the Everglades at the end la ONLY $16.05 : Florida East Coaat Railway, being the moat southern city i i I

. N something to remember always.In r... ...._9m.. ...'..........1., I en the mainland of Florida. J
-? ___ I I the little village of ( oeoanut rate frav jUirT putau. Flm ctau* I
gM.t'Iaaak.IJaek.a.eele.J.ck..etn. .. .
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Yerebs.taat'1 Bank \. T. Grove Is tbe attractive Peacock Inn 1 waatru.Mb7.IWI_.We iddtttoail. Tb. paper will contain a large amount of general aad mUeel-
... ..... boat and boateM Mr. ...!(...t Aa..at G. A. L. I
lr01uaI' OaRuuoxmI L.a.tk....... a It. .. y. which Ita genial .ulra e....."fat tlae.r the' laneous matter, tbe important National and State new, tbe
-- -. and Mrs. Chalks Peacock;bUll bade I.a.rtw...rile..1
.. ..It" 7Ykaled.i. Co.cs.d.. T/ate L.ek..1 u.. Of tbe Court, Commissioners
. SMp8t 1_ Tailt ass .rraf1aI.__laN"M one of the most popular boteta ID nt XKW nrmiJ official proceedings Coaoty County 1

Florida. In the vicinity of OoeoanntGrove lr.1: AT School Board etc., besides all of the Interentlna local
are many floe residence andthriving ACKSCT I1AJ-:,
r- Xewi of Miami and tbe surroeiadint towns aDd counties.
J groves.Encoding ./'
in every direction from Southern
: Miami are the neat roads l In the state Railway., ; ;

F. W.RAHN 7. j After lobe old bridge, which I lain soon It is strictly a . .

to be supplanted by.the handanme MOST LI XI BlOtS I II I J. .
'steel structure to be built at the ;foot TIADTSn
:of Avenue D, Is crowed the road forks. I m m THE: WOBLIVMinilM i Democratic Paper

the left Is the Cocoanut Groveboulevard .
That to
&e.ry( f 'rlnvk. trrrrfUl3i
Builder which pawing tbe nUDI. .. /. .dork, from ..I..t.nile and u sack will do all It can to assist fn promulgating sad
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1! Brlckell clearing wbere there m OlTHEa BAJLWAT.CMr ndvisoUf the doctrine of that great people's party and for F Flb.
will soon be erected a)irge number of m TM rt JhrkMidll OMw. Ml..Vnt. ru.L .Kaj SOMI.
sake of the>people's> Interest to see that none tnt Democrat
beautiful residences*nd the Ovvern- 1 t1.Immatb.a .... Si ....1..
MIAMI, FLA.. went Experimental Station In charge be kept on guard.

of Prof. .'. II. Rolfs, enters a beautt- r. CUT, r. r.1. JiekUBiilli.
o ful bamnxick perfect labyrinth of

,1" -> tropical vegetation-where the tree The Subscription Price
Interlacing overhead form a dense I

" Wilson & Fl shade which continues three fourths $64.7OCALIFORNIA of the MrrBorou I* $1.00 .a year., bat in order to induce .4uiipayment
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ye of the way to Cueoanut Grove. Near I
tbe farther end oh.the hammock la 1'0. tbe price will_be tlM a year when paid.In advance.
salsa. >a the famous Punch HowL Tbla a. "

.r curiously shaped brain at the foot ofa I .

: Staple; Groceries Fruits night of steps cut out of the solid and Return I How is tie' Time To Subscribe -

of the ledge tbe .
rock near ru L* J R .. ....4__ .trtvtrk't.N.
:. ) J1 fl place Is well biddenby the l.ttirtaant ....1............... A.tt.M I.. .. _
s ---1.' rain hum >l>rrtil p..M. Tieket.
l growth of tree and underbrush and r....sea-. r..M aid retar.lat..tb.e.a. ".**( all letter and retUUeee tiTHE
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TpBACCQSAND formed a fine hiding place for pirate I....,.....r mp I* 'ir t .arr.apt.e..4 ram t. M .._I
I and smugglers. In the days of Black .a.te Hunk aid Kortk..*.
(:'t'IIl. ,
The Indian never the PunchBowl J. M. FLEMING.

I Avenue D and Uth St, MIAMI, PL&. 1 without taking pats a drink. Fur;t f1owI4a......M Aar.r. I MIAMI, 'f.A
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