Title: The Miami metropolis
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00631
 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: October 14, 1898
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00631
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
alephbibnum - 002075058
lccn - sn 96027198
lccn - sn 96027198
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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J VOL... 5-NO. 28 \ MIAMI, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, (Zb Diarth Def.Latitude.ib tUn) FRIDAY OCTOBER 14, '1898. PRICE. 5 CENTl.:; 4's:'?

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PRICES COMPLETELY; UPSET I r A i iM I N CifM af.l plies Ormond For of prices ally.-all on kinds Wire, Netting address ,.. : '-:0 Y .\ ..rte

-r Correspondents should i '

.... : .. \. Many Minor Miscellaneous Miami Mailers news night's items mail from as early the :! : ::: ', :

When they arrive I !: L'

Modestly Mrntionrd. possible to give, them i
and get them in

If you Want Eggs ALL the time buy a trio of :, Mrs. Dr. Fowler left :\ f
Oct. my White Leghorn For pncei address E. W. this morning to take Xt'.
Moilday Amsdcn. Ormond FUu :.s-tH-if-IiwI I special course in one of ;
Edgar l ('lIt hht'rt has l.nl.,11 the agencyfor ical institutions of that
the ('ph.hrat..d l Dayton wheel course in completion of

y. tT. I*. RtH-kwith came up from Key education. :. .
West on the Pity Sunday morning. A.. Johnson and E.

]{.,,'. U. 1<:. Sliinlnn of L.'iion City Waterbury,and C. ;{ 9'R
1898. 1 1A 1i will lyn N. Y., were at the
iMvnpy lht pulpit! :Sunday
Tuesday. They '
iiionlnv and rvenihg.IIr..1.51..laikton.tr..
Ibis- section of the .n
IS THE DAY THAT ., left Saturday ZntterUnd. :; ;r
last for a fortnight visit in the northern ,t "
'" !'
wy part of I thf $tate.( Bargains Bargains ,.
I hoes at Sewell's. 11: r
The rock road !k nnw completed as '
far a>1 Sam Filer's ,,1'1111', two miles J. Austin and Mrs. 'Jf'. :. ,
north of 13th? street. City'arrlved in Miami ';,;i
i. n STORE from New York by Clyde 'y,
Uev.fJ.C. I'otter of t'fec.nt CityeameIlnw'n4atnrday 'They will,, remain in : ..
last tf spend a winter and' return to . s !
: .
few days with Iievl: W. W. Faria enrly'Qmmer. ;
K.-v. T. T. KjwanlA of IVLand is in Frank E: Blackburn of .,_.. '" .r.
Wilf1iftthe floodgates for' the, benefit of! everybody the city, and will supply th. pulpit of purchased through E.
.7ji ...
the :M. K. Church for some time to
of J land and ,
r in .Dade County, when we can give jou a ,cool, com below acres 'Cocoanut one Grove j<- j'>
refreshing draught of seething, roaring, rushing Chas Thompson is now pushing the Joinings.i!} The price was .J....
.sale of the new "White" wheel}, \vhich\ a'cash transaction.A. : ,:_ .W" 1:\
values direct from the fountoin-head. See what
is a pretty one and up.to date in '-
surely L. Quaintancc : : -.? .
.. weVe'turned looee for thirsty bargain-hunters:. all its features.ohn tanl6 of national r.U: .. ,;.

:'- y Here,is'a dish of good values seasoned with', low prices: Kronowitter has removed his be associated with :the '11:':
tailor' his
hop from long-occupied location experiment, station h .6 0'
in the MrnmpoLrs building to the the Conolly this week : : ", ':. j
: S Belcher) bllil ling. 4 igationa in the'line of :;.
I All kinds of cool drinks at our fountain The best is the ", -r'

43 pieoM lateat deakoa> in Gating Flannel*, jut the'thing for Dressing at the Arcade restaurant and ton wheel'0 Edgar i +. I ryr
SaoqnM and Pajamas, at the low price of !...... .I .1 io per yard. fruit stand. B-21-3m-fcl>> : _
:" 8,000 yard* ROod.Cok Lawns .... ..i. .... ........ ip yards for IVo Mr. and Mr.. Harry E. Tuttle left Readers will notice a .
r ;t.100; yard Pint Organdies..H....,.. ...... .v*... .. ..10 yards tor 4ocBjOOOyard this! 'morningor Jacksonville wbere Store baa largely : << 2 !' J }..
J *Beat wo ;q) .omham. at 6 ,0 per yard they will spend n few days of their. isiog'space this week. : ;
\. 47 pi8aM Bed Percale *roat.. lie per yard earlyjuarried life I beyj-,,Jold by the : :.',f- a ?
z 7,000yardDdmMtioTlaBoeL.() .... ....,... ..," ? .....at 4>j'c per yard A. O. Starhird o1 Forest City is i at yeaT.g'andk will, :fTrt' 4
4' 14 yna4rirrnit Cotton....., ..,'t,}K.-;':..;q-..-.. ..F '. ....-for81.00 the Miami, liar in:g"""arrivedilasfc nightto eacurweek, by : .,:r .;i-'
8pi OMBed Table Damaakl.-...*'... 1........at 19o per yard l,vik over the ruins of his mill 'which g4iis.p, :-' 'f
,iTpiaaet Oolored Dress Dnoka cloea", ....:........ ...j at to per yard was burned lade Friday night, \ Capt., Chas. Watson -. a ,
"FULL SIZE :TOWEL8.-J'tfu., ..'..,-'...a *...-.'.... .-v..i.- ...4 for 25o40doc John Town ley rt'ttlrnedTuesdAY' streeIS'eg'al'n after, 60' S. 't '
nCheeked Linen-Towel...., .'..: .,., .... .... ... : .6for25o8S night:after a two months' absence at weeks with typhoid 4 y"
kw .. doeeor Purer Linen Towela aize 20x40,..... ..o......,.1..at..I2y e each St. Lo iis/Mo.( and nlh..rpoint recuperating ><>rating fast and : t : :5 :
17 dozen Bleached Tarnish Towel*, roll aize .... ..... ......|...at 16o each from an attack measles., Business! again Monday. '
76 dozen Ladies Underreata ..-. .... .... .... .. ....... i. ....6 for 25os ill a source 'of pleasure '" = '
LadieaShirtWaisU........... .... .... ..... ........ . ,\.. ...,at coat Mrs. T. E. Cn\verhouse! has retnrped friends.L. .
16LadWCraah8k1rte to eloaa., ........v.... .... .....', ..at 73e each from three months'visit to friendsat F. Uofer of : ,8'Sc', ,. ,,' "- ,.
.: x": .- 1Adin'8ai1or.H&b.s.................... .........at 280 and 49e each Baltimore. Md., and with her husband leased the Hotel 11 ,sF
,;..... 'r A good 7fio Oonit tor.... .... .... ...!.............. .... '.t''.. :... ....490 is making her home: at the Miami. will hereafter i .
. operate
-. Biggest and nobbiest line of hate ..
Try'the'W.B.: 'Corsets! the best in the ever brought south .just arrived atewt'lI"lC. possible shape lie is .
;:: :3r&W ', They are German. baker and \ i.'
:-4' ': world. \ '. > I Iw-ycl faction to all customers. i1
rt. L 4 F. T. Budge returned Sunday from advertisement this week -
1 Remember 1; that this is he"only.piace in town that has an extended trip through the NorthernStates. S .
E.G. well, buyer
Mrs. and
Budge '
\\-1 2r will remain away for some time & Co., lias just come t.; .v:;:
where he purchased
Buttemek Patterns. < : ; '
: yet. gains: in shoes and hats. :f&
\ The Cocoa and Kockledge News has them as-bought as b "c'a't.. ,,.....
.. beentsold to T. )I. Walton. Messrs. '
"' It I \:: : ..:
Woolen and Andrews retire from thepaper. J. W. John'on'of Key .
Few ,
: : The news shows some markedimprovements. ping at his home on .A i'r ?: '}ff:

ti > J NEW DRESS: ; GOt S i, ;It'net. eral days having been ': ; : J i', . 4:
; the severe illness of a .. ..
.' T If W. W. Faris will conduct; relic suffering from a severe ;, ... .!i1
ioU! oj'rvi"eA atthe Presbyterian pavilion .
f ; >. :;. The only"."u -to-date line' in,' the city' received.. Sunday: morning at 11 oVIock/nnd 1'es. 'The friends of -', .; ti
solicitous for the Jk
; ... *:: Remember ,that, our goods .come, re Vt from New ,evening A. MJ rAil at are 7:30.invited.:Sunday 'school at, 10 fellow. ;., :: $:rl z

:. .York, and are not second hand. ndred1sof: b.eauti-: Seperate. table for ladies! at the Chas NejUonsori! of : & "

fuT goods' around that.Seserveran essay.. Our coun- Arcade' restaurant and. fruit stand. sick'for R. B. Nelson(many, who weeks has j t.> ..' '!

S tors'will glow with the fnijj fcent and"rfchjfpl i qs that 5213mtelMisx about 'and upon the . _1"""& "c"

: s). reflect she.weaves and colors of a;' olden atStum . who ha"Jean lteeri Ledwitrh visiting at of the Key home West of several recovery times He from has a been. \ : : .'..!JIll',' .s,;
Mrs. !Sue Mrs. J. W.:Johnson ; ;\
Bradley ntid -
measles and a relapse of .
:.. .
< /r: 4 '' atl" restigej__ \ home A for heavy on two Monday rain months was night' returned experienced to her in 4 a partial T B.Young recovery.of / : ?:. ', ..>....o ..,:&;;:@; .

a private in tbe-2d"W. : 7'P
-of this sale preeminent! have, infuse new ifs! this section: Sunday and Monday.. Itseason of whojnjBijyTr c.: z, ""
'V"S .. exhuberance ot life into, the mercantile r u I' '
r doingsx ortoRlcp campa, i irt'reived .t iZ..
bad eel in at last. But this .. .I"
2. oup great .corner. Others may fret themselves .deems not to he the case. .* report to his a regiment message i X'

'1..'-.-l' \' ,through! the dreoded, heated business 'calm of thejrearijbut \Eb6ewellreturned from New York to, be mustered out. He .,;
'.\. r\.J. 'we overcome the' season'withLojurgrandeeonorav Wednesday night where" he purchased a cousin on Thursday .
'. : fall and winter stock. lie comes back Good brands of cigars "
ff \' :sales which hurrv'merrily' on amid the )iinsrImg much {m \roved .in.. health nfter'', A_ 2T_.. restaurant and fruit ; 't'..
n'f' .
} i t qf l HtUe* ,prices' and 'the' thunder of tremendous' day' s' vif,it at'Tate Springs.J. QeO.-M. Robbins of r-'t'_"' a

fi: \ !aloes. """ 1 E. Arnaut has this week had a firm of Robbins & ) "'- JoI. ..,.
: \ force of men engaged in moving A. together with Mrs. ; :'
; ii :\ McDonald's planing mill from its bid! dreg, is on a' month's ; t
? < : Be Dull I Iv ( ;
It Shall Not
: \\ t. location4>n 14th street to the vacant burg, pa.,where Mr. I ... '. .
r .' : l lot hear the foot of Avenue D. egate to the conclave ... .
:,.. ;, hit; gaddeh pfppportunities'throughout is delicjously j Ice cream and cake 10 cents, at the Templar They will ; ,?, ::::1f.
Arcade restaurant' and fruit stand.52I3mfc.l well..N. C., before i '
..y !'J. , ...2. ._ ripe} and, ;:demands' that you pluck;:its fruit now.- \- Florida. ? Y =
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1 \ W. I), ll ndrickson of Take Wortl 8. W. Talmage, a : : -r-:
:. ? :]'Four, .Hundred, Boys. Wanted .!o. !buy: ,a pair of ''ourScholPantsf6ri5c. will soon stthrt the Emily B. in the been engaged in the ;

; .. )Boys'Suits i at 95c each. m freight business between Jacksonvilleand construction good : : ,. ;:
.. :. Miami. lie expects to put on a since the Ponce de I..l .
; r.. Remember that, we are the originators? of lovr prices i second. schooner within a short time. and who constructed ,:::tr?;

,. and weliave our own ideas'of doing business which xThe slimmer' San" Lucie is off the at absence the Conolly from the afte'city., .. oJ ,, ... _

J long.experience has given ,.us."i. \ -f -." : -i', ways at Palm Beach. !She has rt't'f'Jyt"da engaged upon the \ "
I' ..*.*.:. ',, f ffi -\ .., .,"* .. -to ,' .i. -f.* "", tho/ough-rp-building: from the keel new Presbyterian **
:\ VI '., ,'r' np and i i8almost, a new bout. She wilt ; !'
.BRE A A"V" >. cheap at the
!tN':'" :: -: z, .JI oon come down the canal to Miami. I :
-"' '''' ., .. .:" .t ., . : ; The steamer Cocoa left Tuesday : rant and fruit stand. ; ;: : :\:': -t.
,' From 'old tndltioni and and .Koalhoefer -. :.r.
U. 8.
the throng
your plan $join erer-increasing, ... morning' for Jacksonville where she I 1 , Z'
......>< 'T :.'. that,y-.ar- .. .vWtor- ."$.." -- * <; ;:'< will be ;drydocked and' given ''somerepairs agent of the F. E. C. -' !{t
t to : oeoanut'Grove this : "
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toU ;

.. : }:t fI aR !tS : :$.TO E; ', : mission preparatory between :M iaOli to going.:uul Nassau.into com company a trip.through with Hon.to' J. '' 1 ,' ; ; :.. .;-as ",.-.. Jt.-.

.!< ; ,' BeeanM it b the oeore towhleh the markets beat in the world la con: reachesare a beautiful fruit and hoefer:expressed: : ''';0; :;
Jb.. ?' I... ''. . Ten like the tpoke in a wheel to its hub. '\: *?* ",i , '. ,. -- those at ,the Arcade restaurant and pleased';with the "eit : % \,_ :.ryw
"'::., ... ']ohn for boaeet profits,.,I. ,ftuitstendare.especiallyso: ..- Try them I' lying between'the: ;, ; : -i . : ,
; i :: ;. : . and the.section around. :
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> has shown I
; Broome not
.. 'f' '- ' :'r; : any; ri', '/ "i-r:: :
.../ ; ThS.r' ., --S'f re improvement !jginre; his removal to Dr WaUer I. Turner _: ,; t .
r''' : :P Soanee Tenn. It is expected that adiffiealy' .Grand'Dictator 'of .
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.: """ C.t. 1 . -" r surgical opera ion' will beiiec..wtary. Honor and i-T. D.. , ? ;
: : the recover can. hardly ford are, at the>
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. "IJ. jE' : be.looked for:; '
.' . ., S.5: r% I the city in;the l nteresta 1
,., '.. a ; , ) ""E.ViBlaiclcnian:
; . ''''' -,- expect to..return They will remain until ;: J
:!;T" \c1 f.... .., ,, ;, 'h ,',Proprietor.X '''" ., from the]northern'part of the .State t BQfflcient number :of: '' $
$ : ,
... ). >0'::.." : l tonight! and bring with hinuavpartyr;to organize a society;: ,
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,: Managers ? : :' '" I. t .', on a'prospecting.tour. Mr.Blackman: :of interest is being
,.. ; ? /: : ' bas.beebT_ engaged, ;upon the- etober. and a society, ,
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armTiie; j.U niied; wteiPjnjn;,betas ' *&* -' '". *. r P i

generous. aa itif: 'posalbl!*;for i country *

j ;: Thei1iiiIeftopolis. to moos be',treatment hen' oomrt of prisoner. to- the ''magnani of'war a*. Undtakthg. TRUNK-S-- 'JT

our people well know by the mannerin )
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whi l h the prisoners were treated who ;
The Bay Biswyoe Publishing fompany I
were taken through Miami last spring. : c.\'j-- _-

MlAUI. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. We were magnanimous in not demanding Matting :

.... thct' absolute-surrender by Spain of Embalming: I v -, -f -
most Southern Newtpaprr pnbliahed on vv > *
the mainland o( the United State at the the entire'group of the Phillipinearrhipelago. I "V '-
most'. ?out hem railway terminaL 1
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--- :, the- absolute and unconditional t *

Entered. . In the PMtoffice at Miami Florida, evacuation of those islands, . ;
a *econd rv> **% ''V* '* -\ XfOiv vSubscription ... Cuba, Porto Rico and the other West Baby Carriages .
Rates. .. ; '.
One .... ..........$2.00 Indian Islands, instead of leaving 80mI. : i
Six months.year ..:.::::.:::::.':: ::........... 1.00: considerable number of questions open i : ,-.4. .o-- } ,,? .

Thou paring to advance will receive a year1* for settlement commission. _
by a .
peace :
ki subscription lot $10, and tlx months sub 'I '( <:1' '
aription for 75 centa. This it liberal dla- Any other nation of the civilized world '
k' count to Induce strictly advance payments : Window ShadesiRUdl \ /
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-.-.--- -- would ban demanded absolute and _
Refrigerators :
AdertiIngR&tts_ unconditional surrender when an .A -
se- IKOLK OHK 03TK' THREE SIX OKKTKAR. within its f. ,. ,
-j: COM3C.. .W'K. NO. MO. MO*, I' enemy was poweras I "'- ... -:. f -I. t,.
;,- linen.,.*.* 14 ; t 2 00'' 1400 I < 00 'I 1000 this nation had Spain. Our generosity S .. .. 0( _514 t" 1 < ; . >
: k 1 inches?,.. 1 !fill' 300 (00 10001800 .
-z inches... *oo '400 800 isoo 2500 has gone far enough. Spain :: 1 --ij .
inches... SCO 600 1000 ISOOStn aooossoo should remove her troops from Cuba at Gasoline Stoves A., ,? 4"I ..cl' : .:- .
-; (tteol> 400 SCO, UOO *1 00Cinches. / : .
... .4200 once and leave the island to the Cuban ,
-S 460 800 14 OU 2400 _
-S- inches... 600 tOO 16 OU 2700 4800 .' ::- : 't t.
-- inches..: -5 80 10 00 18 00 II}00Inches MOO Republic without any indebtedness S /5 ON WE UNS AftB your .' i ',,; :; ,:
'S -.. 00 iioo 2000 ssoo 6000 charged tack to* it because of the S : 'J'p'' .
S 10 In(K cot!)' 700 1200 SSOO 36 00 6600 .
-; .II 11 Iochfos.,. 800 1360 24 00 "00 7200 expense Spain has incurred in a vain, .' ; NO )X1D 1'JO'l.; l.\-\ .-
cS Inches... 8 GO ISOO 26 Oo 4200 78 00 .
:'.5: 13 Inches,.. 00 1800 MOO 4500 MOO attempt to starve them all to death, or S ,: ,'; \ = S
_% -.. 14 inches.- 160 n 00 ao 00 48 00 9000 any\other! indebtedness Spain may'bue'incurred ; "
'; 15 Inebea.,.-10 U IS 00 8200 6100 9600 '
; IIIDebes... 10 80 1900 MOO MOO' 1000 on account of Cuba. But I am the chap that brought in lots of FURNITURE ,byiih.. ,
S S '17 Inches*. It Ul 20 00 88 00 57 00 102 00 should ": :
S Inches.., 11 60 2100 3800 6000 118 00 Spain be forced to evacuate the

,- -. 5- 5. '11 20 local laches.in.(I reading C0l..)-1 1200* 60 notices 2200 2800 7 cents 408 4000 per 68 ssot line.00 11800J2100 Phillipine, whatever"at once attached without except any conditions an carload-to sell so people, won't have to, go further .for atiyh1ng : ...

..!(o deviation from these rates. - S

-: immediate land complete evacuation, want in line. Call or write.EDWIN i \J\JJl) :
leaving arms and munitions of war they my : .. ;

MIAMI FLORIDA OCTOBER 14,1S9S.BPAIK and government property behind at / <
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.. a certain and very near date me I' ;:

:. is looking about to devise.ways NELSON ;
c. United States should come into undisputed i .
:; and means for providing new nay -r f..
.. : possession of these islands to do .
: . .
r.'i< : Lieut Hobson has M job lot of navy with them \thereafter as she may seefit S ., ,: ..' tit.,. p..A.. 1- 1"_: <.. "..." \""- "* ,'Ji.. -"} e'semsi ".,' .
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., ...,:J T >' ,. ...,ir-r
t material down off Santiago. Some of .1. ) "
-, at no later date than January 1st. m l '
\> '" : #1U Is a little the worse for wear and tear They are oUrs by right of conquest. -S Y + ;;
S "- : and it can probably be had at a bargain. Their value is roughly placed at three DADE COUNTY HORTICULTURAL .w'AN..T..t.ji\; iu lm'aTIIY; ; {

.S. The different items of this Job lot of billion fire hundred million dollars I -arr ..A. 1'W' IS>> : p.re.en1I1IIbissitetemsusgeonr. bn.t.-
ben I'ithblron
SOCIETY FOP n and n- rt>* eooatles. It isfflo '
stock, have been out of commission ($3,600,000.We' have lost 8* men and I -, Mannf42tne all -,; nialnif. . 'vorkroodu..ied at home. Salary
S We ..
trafjthr |9CO ..1 '
re.r deflntle.v .
f since third in the of Our Tb Kama Oivan by the Truck ters to the t rpeat S
July year in _
their and .
four officers acquirement kind khd sizes 6f ... .Iat io no lets(alary/ Monthly 174.ei
i; Lord one thousand eight hundred and New Society SttunUy. 'KefereDf'. a-I .. .tl-a44retMd stamped'I ;
not to exceed in .
expended ; $75,000,000 I Telope.-'Herbert K, Hess, Prns..o PeP' II,
:The truckers met i in ad/oiirned'nieet'/
nin t.elgbt. the.work. We may wish to keep them.truthem Cbteafo. 5-1IJ-6.li'.Ue-tldMD.p0I-gt jTioR
last at the Hotel Miami Sal : I .
c Jt? S -P over to the insurgents for a ing ) Saturday I Cypress e I OAL at E.it Pl'.rvl 'Nnrseije..a .

I DADK: county is about one-fifth larger republic, tak them under a protecto- for the purpose of perfecting their .: S assortment of RiuI.led LiIgusTrses.o '=, .

4 '.. ,than,the island! of Porto Bico, our new rate,isell them piecemeal to other organl atiQQ. John Ellis, president, I Tanks '. -... e1ddlng'8wrC..r1j1.,5oon&toch. Earl; 1I".UlfN.arHt Lale.. Early...rlett..aa-.;PI ae-',' .

.territory in the West Indies. ..PortoRico4ias i i opened the meeting and A. A.Boggs applet J.BV8 0***111.;. Tantertuv,.:.Ktarr '. .
;' nations or anything else. That is a
1 Tirdjff. Kniuqiiet Qiitv.andtwo kfewla ?"
t. !>-, S |- a population of 800,000 while question for ,future settlement. No acted as secretary'in the absence' of E. 1 Fine 'lot'of Cattle! ;/ Frolt.-S ,- "<,'l-rteestDiorvpcrhnnditdlljO. Orsp-7 p, s-
of Addr.
-.t. '\o: .Dade.county; has a population of about sentiment of 'generosity.should! enter Blackman. r G. L. DAVIS &: SON Jerseys and H o I'- ; .I,, r .. '" q W.P. RIm 'S -

) 7,000, counting five in population for The question of organization was ;., :- ; ; ; tI1sytOnIs1.udlc. '
? into. the one \[important question of -Horses !5.E-r-i! p..imp4 .
!" discussed and it was decided to organ- Palatka, FIa.grWrlte steins ; also .5 -
.t t ,, every registered' voter. In short Porto driving Spain lout of them at the .....rlli lie as a stock company under the name for CftUlocae. '-2424pdFor -

Rico. has' population of 114 for everyone i eat date possible.. It is a business mat of the "Dade County Horticultural and Mules.! PROCLAMATION, I'' S

J; in Dade county. Upon this bull ter. We need the islands in our business Society. The capital stock was placedat '- -S 'V'C; -

:- there is room for 1,000,000 population either fop[ sale, barter, gift, or to $lOJOOOaUIOa share. Not over a 10 Sale. Wm. H. DeWitt, Notice' of- General ;Municipal*' :Eleetioi ', -
I per cent. assessment is to'made any One pair mules and two 2.horse 5-- / "*, *' ," i.--
S./' in county,nearly double the population keep as we decide when Spain i Trustee of the Estate S
may oneyear.: A further meeting of the 1 wagons and harness cheap. Call or T;, TiaTrC 'i 1I.ea'.Qrftes4edJis the
:. I B'
.... : of the entire state of Florida has .eea'the iMt of them. society is to be called as soon,as. $1,000. write. to A. J. PAUIXK, Cocoanut S of JCIOA' D. TUTTI.K. S- ondiar..l i.. ,'t.. laws-'of the state of .

.5; .' '. to-day. stock has been subscribed. Grove. 6-22-3w* MIAMI FLA.' orldaa.a4"w.: vr.'iuaoces);'of'the':'Cityof !;
;; ; \; I. U A.. was formulated by a 2S-lw-Lf. MUori,, tile iqnalifieij electon'ot'the .Cltr:of 41-.

:i t '- .:'...' rur death ,rate among the 20,000: HE 'FLEWinS? KITE.I committee appointed for that purpose, ,Miami are hereby notified that a-Veuer*! dty w ::

.; which was adopted section by section election will be held la the enl CftaneU ehai-f -
: .troops Manilla for the months of
: .at and ordered in the FIRE!! .
... published MKTROP- FIREL'F1RE ter on tbe aecoad floor 01 tile c1&y'JaIl& Pbufl1ifont -:
July :August and September including I- .
OLis this week. For some reason it o t' :; t.' 41_ [" .- '
', all 'those lost in battle those who An Irate Tather-tn-Law and Mother- has not reached us at 11 o'clock this -
a \ ,.LOOE.: : :.OTJT : Fourth (0. 1. Octob.; .L n;UM.'. 'I
\ died from wounds and those who died inLawCause morning, although- it was intended it \ I the.im bin the snb d.r4>l said mouth ,'.' .

from dl e'ue amounted to only 87 allS 4- should be given to the METROPOLIS \ '\. Don't get frightened;. This is simply a timely reminder to'pl....10m. that the poll will.open from s o'clock a,"Jtuidard ._ r'
d : ; Monday or Tuesday. By-laws Insurance on your Buildings Stocks Household Furniture etc. :
time until 'QndD.a'o.da1
.,told; 88 these_ were enlisted men and also drafted but were not adopted on Place your Insurance ia the ,_ ,, \ ;.,f
MIAMI AT DOTOLZ-QOTCK. thai J. R. tbraia*, H C..Badge adR, ,M.\; !!, .. -
: S ".,f oor. were. '.officers.This. is a remarkbIeibowing.for account of lack of time. Kiog ale hereby a bf otnt 4 liupeeton,end _
British America .
: Insurance Co.
..... John Ellis will be president of the western or Imperial ( ,. '
R..S..lth. ,
1 the tvlerk
and toooudKctuid l.et1os. S
1\\ ;. ::& army argues Ha Rat ZatteoA Theif'IB-Tear-Old Danghlar ; E V. Blackman .' t.4. .i
.new society, secretaryand '
'!\ .. 'much. for the of the officers as1 to w. office n to he voted for are e. follows.
b.r. t'C care ,Into a ClaudesUne Mintage. Fredk. S. Morse treasurer. The M. 'FE THERLY, AGENT. : "- :A llayur,torTe' for ODe .. .

< : ;.,;.: iantarfregulatIonsr and for the discipline ,i Mr. and Mrs.Benjamin; Irons,with president vicepre3idtnt'and secretary Office over Egjer's Grocery, eorucr. atreei and Avenue, D., MIAMI Three Aldrm.. or Member ....ua.. CUfOonn ,
M Imlar-tf-is.
-'S of the which must bare together with nine members to ftf'
; 1 t. .troops tl,to aeris for twa Tean. .
Judge' E. M. Brown
the assistance
chosen rouithe different districts will
_r S' been maln fDe4. A City Clerk:who will also acf aa &Met.or, T'
... 1, -* r- i ,of"Ooco nut, Grove, and Gordon R. constitute the board of directors. V*serve for one year. ?-

:! j : Br&me; ,acting In ftbe.capacit)' of ,. Matters are in such shape at the NEW DRY GOODS STORE .A .Marshal end.Tax Collector to icrvt for S '.t .- -
THXKB has been .
$ nearly 900 poll taxes present time and truckers so fully ' :
." state's attorney, hastened .the departure oucysir. : ., r .
: .,' Miami Cocoanut Grove and ( understand the situation that a most . .' \
; paidat. lt A \u1.J're&IIUrer.IOHnlorODe year_: ,. -. 'F ?
of',Wm.. L. Joyner out of Miami effective organization will probably \ .
-.". LexnouCitytblsiallup to tbe time T.lt tla1I! election will be fO d ete4.'a* tar'SSW; 1i -
last that ;
Wednesday/| appears on
:_"r the Jbooks ;clo>ed last Saturday 'night. August IS last,while both Mr.and Mrs. result.\ i .. .. t irertieabl'fa provided 67 law for the eon-- .. '1- ..

.:.'Of ibis'amount'about COO were paid on Irons were' l"a,1 i from home Joyner A Bargain for 8n scribe''8. duct. i witness>(General whereof Stat and I hare Comity bereanto ctlonJo affixed.tij L, .- t'.
made ibis .appearance at the Irons' ; :
S 'th'e MiamiRegistration list. This willgiTeMiaml&fuLimajorltyof home 'armed: with license from the Any subscriber to the METROPOLIS: W. M. BurdineSon Dame.n4.caUJed._ the City Clerk to attack "

the vote county clerk and induced Miss Blanche or any person wishing to subscribe, the seal of the Citr of Miami,and attest the. c' ., '" 'J'ti

;S/ 'of'the: county' ::.on the question the Irons, aged 15 years and still Inehort who 'pays one year in advance will) !. [sxii.-..me.D.1898.this I8th. 'day_' September" ' ,,' \ ,
removal" of; the seat to'Miami dresses to marry} him without the -
county S '
Tri- '
receive the METROPOLIS: and the & RitttT .
1:110.: Mayoc.Attest (
consent of'her.parents! ,who had strenuously i ; .j>,
f. ,1'I 'next:winter I ,withoutI counting.on"the objected to Joyner's attentions Weekly New.York World ,pneyear tor ''I :.1.11. G1AW&E.CUT Clerk. 1 '
? 40 orM vote 5of Fort Lauderdale Have adopted the following their Special :('1- !'j _
;. S.----, , ? to their daughter.i-I'rbe! license showed $2.00. Subscribers in arrears should : CljC&iisflfth. .'

,.i-& ; \.which. will ear.all. b cast\-.ln.taroTS tbe girl to be 18 years of age.',Justice G. pay-up' all arrearages and one year jn Sales or Bargain Days viz : .,- ,; CiyofMfsmIalrejidairniettnthelhe Iherebycertiryt6aln! ,e .'L." .

S -'. ; Miami. The registration in. ,the A.Worley was'called: ,to the house and advance, at the rate of $1.60 per year the f"1'"
..V"i "
,. ; ; S., tthdy of September,A.D.1898,approved the :
--t'- after:securing assurance from neighbors and 60 cents for the Tri-W eekil World -
Ji( .
: : will amount about the ."
county, : alpolntmeut- the three tnipeetora the ;:
that she was 18 yean old married in addition. Subscribers already paid
5$ 'JiLr :poll- taxes".for;'which" have..about all the couple. 30JII r\took his childwifeto iu"advance ;for the METROPOLIS who Thursday, w. ... eierk'oiel-eetton, whote ftamea,appear la|he ,f":::

.. S ;r. .b A { "!iW, and as nearly,all l. hive paid the Conolly Mouse\ for,board where pay one year further in advance( at $1.50 -'-... .J ,>.._, foieg)injnoticot.' teettoL of r./ ;
f $!/it .,furnishes'a. nice! ,public school he stated that he had beat tbe old man per year'with an additional 60 cents Tuesday /i I Friday ndV -'sepf3-oetlt '.V.GUIIA..tJtt.r -
at last,. had stolen the girl away and for the Tri-Weekly W prier will'receive #
: '. $ .,fand. In/-laml the political complexion ..... .
; married." ( that for and receive New Lawn Grass
they were Having no money paper one year : '. A ;
j 3 j t. the 600 Ii about, equally. to pay_ their," board Sin advance be did proper credit on the MrrBOPotts. The Wednesday $ Saturdays 1 '' '

; "divided! betweeithe. two parties:. ,_' i not secure accommodation.; : Tri-Weekly World is abQut equal- to a S -"- FOR THE SOUTH.. "Ie ;

F:5Ji . ...-I. . JWhen.tbe parents learned what had good daily and only costsby this S ; i
; Don't St.I.UQ1: ..
f SIGHT' aa'cf r"the Dose.ofth, occurred they tried:'so\ make the best arrangement 50 cents a yesr.one.balfthe ,forget the days On these days we . ', v"green, :
very of .it,' took :; and \ Grow oo Surface only Does DOt '
metropolitan '
rdaughter price of weekly.
S 'United I :.StatesSin! *, NCuba ,tb!tSp_ nltb Joyner; home; ;" Joyner...was drunk and . *- propose, until further notice, to offer the < \:- Interfere with Shrubbery etc. :, -

_ military officers $are.starving th Cubans abusive the time and at last secured A Pleasing' EventAn > '< > : . > '... "'' S w. H HASKELL, '- I
''' !
to d atJi.:The generous donations a molter to kill Mr.Irons with.;; Thisbrougbt.matten'to eventdemonstrativeof happy rI3tu..: : T

Z of the people.of the United titatestare :: (a 'climaiZ, Mr.Irons.ecurecIa' feelings which prevail in politics GREATEST BARGAINS:;; i : "
: : ; peace warrant for t
occured Ocala
'S on Wednesday evep-
'S held;;.by'the.'$panlsh/sandals at the Joyner and also caused his arrest upon'I' ing when Robt. W. Davis appeared 11aCff&-ICDhI1ll1aFR: II., "

-, ..Cuban"portsforhigh{rates'of duty, criminal;"charge, accuslnghim' of upon'tbe, platform to", address the ever shown in Miami."traSni .

SiS s.nd'wben entered and the,duty pald. ) enticing?away-- from i her<;homeland'clandestinely affifosss iUa reported by tlie.0>gal !New Northern 'Florida_ Air Line iad -, ,

.thls marrying a fcJtTunderl correspondent of the Times-Union and It one. :' -- Florida Trunktine.S
4: ,theKed; ,Cross, society,or;,by ROT of A if < _
y.n age/TheJ_ case was tried Citizen as follows: ./ Table la Effect Jalr*VltMIwiiy : .. .
Tim* :
ernment We making'great sacrifices in :
tbeJ.lIeter get;beyond:the are a11pur. ;
; i5i4 :; -. ..tor' !'before 'Justice" ;R. M.I The most pleasing' .incident-'of the now, '

:iiSpanishofflcl 1 ropr1ate... I rown of. :Opcoanut i Grove,'Justice evening was when :Mr. .Buford, chair.. " ",' .o 3S'SO: NUhTlIKUS'POiNT8DaI17 i No sal Dally n '.-
cI' em I Worley' being disqualified :because -ofhaving.performed manstepped forward and Daily -.
.. t jemselves instead Of ::11 Inappropriate ----i-----4------ -k
: ..the marriage ceremony SUMMER"GOODS. smal language presented' Mr. Davis : 5Op, {
,. ; to" the:starving Cubans;:i:Geo.. BeD .. ...._. ... '
"' '''.f. '. ' ,' --, . Justice ,Brown.bound:JolDer with a lovely bouquet of roses, thegift' I 812&! 'Z 3Up// YuJee 8405 84Op'
.Ar.Fenjandtta. 55a lOop
"'.; \. and MiiUMtry 0. Francletelihorrow. over to keep the peacel for one year in I of Mrs.; Herbert L. Anderson, S Straw 9 9121 enaF 90Uv1 5lI -..*.Everett..... .... 706* .4S? 4S.

,?: :;; J** log tales'of suffering from hunger,and the sum.:of, 300.' Failing-to i secure' whose husband is Mr. Dub: political Hats, Helmets, Linen Suits, Alpaca .. ..... '' .* .01. Brunswick..." ...... J4fp. : ._. ? -;
u .. *
'.. bonds Joyner[:-came into'.court and l101pll20p! Savannah ..i 520& 4t2p -
_; = 1 .nakedness the hospital and upon the : opponent. Coats and 'Yests (both short rind cut) J.!(#pIU.\p! LT..8arannah.'Ar UCla '44(. "
.:' \ .streets- of Puerto Principe and throughout promised to leave Miami on Thursday The'annoucement jet( the audience clerical l issa Ar..Fairfax, S. C'_Lv JllaitSpl047a tttp'. '
J morning's train never to return and to wild, and Mr.. DavisVaS visibly Lawns Organdies Gents' andLadies' Low .:!. )a 49a ; :: .Denmatk: ";--.t."' Uk IMp
.1 :;:" the province of that name through : ,. .; AtaGa. 5la .
J notin :any way. Communication affected. He regained his composure: ... .2a....I.*. ;._i...._..Ki.r...... o .f..>..t t'..;.... ... .
: 5partanburg
: I. """ '
which,they: traveled .last t lDont In with his Wife. .Therparents were gratified and said impressively: ,'_ Cut; 'Shoe. In fact we are compelled to .....v-.. 112511 ...,M .. 5 OOp ,.... -. -
/.. 'one hospital to'which' our'government to'be able to, rid '\,themaelyes of I thank God for thismaqlfestatlon of ....... Itr.p 5hvlJle.N.O-'. to'' t05p-.;_ ;
) their trouble so 'easily and effectually will and that in Florida reduce our Mammoth Stock in every line to Ii VIp t 15& :"Charlote.10.. 20 I lIe: .
It is '
. bad of good possible ','" :" 825p 8171l -:
::,,! < sent %,large consignment! hoepi- and 'consentedto5 the t arrangement, SaI1.'Ibuait. ..
to so farforget the'fcrimoriy of : J "Greensboro El t06 C a
,'\:.-='...!. ....taHuppUeit food,. medicinei! and ,deli.r .- Mr.'Irons' purchasing 7I1er" ticket party feeling that such amenities,are make room for Winter Goods. . < > : cades north. Justice>Brown "ecI'decl'= l .41c. $ !>p 100aaeoa :
': i. and jpatd the duty* f.,number of possible. Iwill express my thanks to J 53a -aluit' .riTwhourjc. .* S'-. S5Sp -
,' ,. --.. :thousand, dollars:in value' in;all,;:only sion:,.in:the criminal. :base; promising the gracious lady in person." ; 3 3\a 531 i4 'T'Cbsek4tesvl1te;; 2 lIp tKaIliaai043a J ,
: ' Jovner to:'gire'.him thebenefit'of;: a ;A\number of Miami people will re We Are CtCi! V25pt'"W85hlngten.; .. ,
\' : .t. <. 'two bags ;of Irish potatoes;:;:and. : 'a jail in, the event of bis',ever'returning memberMrs. Anderson's pleasing personalIty.Jromi Agents wtca small Kp "'*.,*. .Baltimore' ..... : ;: =SW 2UP> _".. '

4:7\: .... small. can: oflard. "had reached)b.h- .- to Miami or holding any,communication -''I'' acquaintance! gained { I-t.p: 211ip 123Ii .ewYOrk..5 12* ,4aop -

;S- ,l iui;;',These:were.:shown.'Iff., Bane with his'child-wife.!' ':Joyner. .:-Jeft' during ber.dslt here.with "Mr, Anderson ii' 30"1, "..Jlt.BrwtonLfT ..... .. 6 i' too--. .

:and Miss Francis by the Mother: Supe- -on-. Thursday' morning's' train. ;:;-*>. last wee: ., For Sweet: Orr &.,Co/s Overalls, Thompson's' sisi-i.i;; .J.kc0ltffleAn,E;erett..LYI7Ua1 40pt SP$25101531900ptAr _)P, -;
; Mr.and "*. Irons will proceed to ,,_ -
1S rior.. It:was" known beyond 'question ; --- 745p1415.ii .... .Athntzj1lt6Dj520, >a SS
T >- : have the marriage annulled as soon as ; ,SpfedV! Like"Wildfire.: '-* Glove-fitting orsets.the Dixie Mosquito Can- i44sat '.Chauaaooca tz790t41000p: !

'that this government had paid a':highdutyothe58panlshOffic1alsoO: possible upon the ground: !of its Illegal S ' 5flg'5k5Op .." _4l311.... 'J30 : ./.. :'t"... 8Va .h... ...
o : Y a good thing down. which attaches the' instead of .
t. : to bedstead\
:Tat of itI 5JoyOeiwas . : News of it travels fast. When things'are opy . ::t .. Vm.No.S4< S 4: : the-article*which ffrere' en\' "the'Cu- -l In pitiable condition.He -best"tbeybeoomtheAeot. sell- the We Coaf Thread to *at 4:45 p.Di..Feroandiiuat 6:10 p-m., ver
ceiljng sell mer-
; washy wn by a.horse Saturday cit at 7:45 and arrive Brunswick at 8: ()rIlL-
v.ban&wh not traced ? :Abraham Rare l leading at.7W .
: ch could be beyond last and received log ; a druggistofBelleville .t..Nn.33arthee at Svertte : a. m "
a' shoulderaad'setere
O:; Bitters chants at41perdoen.: '*. .f ;, kai.s FerKamiina.7 ta.;arrives Vnlee &;S9 ". .
.S- !>o .ihe'B'panlsh'garriaoii.. Is:our, gorernMnent -. : braises about the face anwas yrritesElectric, .. : a.re/and antlers at JAtlsonrUhf at t:...a.mSo ,' ". ,'
-,"." ;; ". > h delirium are the best selling .bitters I have ever .31. ta, s!\ and a? make connections for V:
powerless to prevent these out- bordering tremens; We arry"thlarge .assortment of :,;'. $? '
: ,
'S .,: : handled InTtntwetity.ysars'ezpeeienceJ''You ,. ,.. BnJMwfck.arrtvJn< Had it not:been for the
"' dastardly acts
2 ;iragesWc" are'.powerful ,enough:tpV knot:*b5rT;,Moat diseaeea bee in in S 8:40 p.m.respeettTeJy.. For New Orleans train '
of the fellow;bis condition_ J\have &.m.with tbrough iteep- / -
: :
,- .. conquef,Spain In:;war to secure. Cuban attracted sympathy.. 'f *> I disorders ;iof the,!stomach, Hetkidys ; : ('rs. arrtrlni!?: New orleans .1:1O a. ID. On irrhronzn ... -
_ ,IudendenOeTyetMdayiafterpracti. .. bowels, blood and: :nerjr**. Electric; Bit. UmbreUas:'and. Parasols : : sleeper line. -Arrifea. Jacksonville.. F :
S 1. s-I tera tones up'.be. .stomach, regulates the 'IromNewOrleans6.5p.m.: 51 '... .:
o cal! we'see"_ tbese, same Spanish \'. :I>tjd :County:. Wealth. : :. .J:.. .,',;
:t1: peace ; I' liver kidneys a rid;;bo wela,1 purifies the ., ,.;, : . ,. : . ) -1 aLMEPING CA1JDflC" ... .'
outlaws.robbing:.our: protege's? of:.the The Assessed valuation of Dade blood, strengthens ,the nerves..:huee >' }Xo1J5"aud: 90'Fast Mail :'Sleepers between .
:-, .to fr. ,necesaisariesvof; 'life:which 'we' have ,Oount.th1"e&r ataboutTone.eeyentb' cures nraltitndea ot'maladie. It builds ever:shown,:in Miami i In fact our stor; is, Sleeper NewYorkaDd'laeklOll1'IIleJ)1d Via Asherill the'Cincinnati- '.5.,

valuation shows ,a rnl.tate'.Yalue upthe; 'entire ayatem; pnU new life and ;: So .SI and 8!carryTbrough Sleepers between
forOshe4thein. Wilbur cho k' full) ', of which be
; government $2, .8UTor..q; actual value,;of:about. vigor,intoj aDJ'w ak.' sickly,?rundown: : goddethings can only ,f" :. ''Jacksonville New York in connection wltVs .,
iubmit much !longer to these outrages. :'I6,4Z0,000.The assessed 'valuationlast > ,13,7 ami 14 wltlr-Pnllman Sleepers bet weenJaeksonTllte '
man woinao.' 'Only 60 cents: Sold ,
or by 'S i : .
; ailing
appreciate&by us. -
._..: .!:;; .i !.-_ -* .' ;: : year was 12,153,000, The rate of .Tcwrnley;BrgeJ. :drnggi t8,gnaraut ed. . : qn/ -Sol ae earrtes wtTampa the Cincinnati; -l.o4 Florida--JH--Urn, ,,"
t;;\ .:- ..8r.Ji" ; depeudlngupouiha5gener.cstyOf taxation ia If per cent on assessed val; 1'S-h .6-21.8 i I '" -+' -vfourajfo please ited,This Is brwightto-JscksonvWe Dj lo.u.. '
'' nation or 141, 42,of which $11,165.22: / : ; .i' ., ; : i ;: .., A.O. MacDOKELL Gee.Pas*.\gt*' -- 'JJ.K '
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""Z' the.United' States in the settle is,:.State; taz:-and ,8QjQl&s2. is county 1-- :Edgar:Cnthbert is agent for the Day. : -, ;;:: _ : .A WM BUBD1NE&SON.S5l7984 }11 JLiKSHALTlC.A: .t-C8W.Baf, 3et', : I _,,):;.

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'4 YID In Time of War. raw fogs chilled to the very marrow; |I r down his rifle with a. clatter, and lowed it, cud 4numbled;that be wanted .'f s.

whilst, in the daytime the blazing |1 I marched oat."Frivate still more. S! Mr Y. f

Ah those were happy days when :'sun fired the air so that every breathof i I Meudon what .means So having surrendered, he was cast

Gaspard iMeudoa wos a fisherman I it ,seemed void of benefit end this?" shouted Sergeant Crotx. "Go, loose end carried to a hut where he !

tlr : From the peaceful village of Uizon every, hour was difficult to live I i i I pick up your rifle." lay 'for a week between life aDd I I .'

-', the fishing fleet sailed to return through. As ,the column advanced 'i "I shall not use it again sergeant. death;. and when three weeks had .

loaded with the spoil of the senWhich the Darnel Macedon retreated, and on ;I Look at that wom.nf';,. passed he came again: upon parade a :
+. t the God has provided for
good January 12th the French decided to : "What have the black cattle to,do hollow- 8U'-eyed wreck, :

man. Silvery, lithe and gleaming March on Mekhey, where was the with you? You have done your duty; hardly able to'stand. His rifle was in
the boat to
into only
the fish came
king's palace. The Darnel sent messengers it is enough. Pick up your rifle." his hand and/mechanically he went I
their little lives for often
cj at away aakdng for pardon and offerIng through his drill, managing to last: >r;
strode and answered
Gaspard on never
the, lucky and it was an !
men terms but they were sent backto out until! parade wat dismissed and
sz: much as they could do to get in the I and so the sergeant pickedup
him unanswered. he could re&t again., a.by .
and clear them. So lives I the jrifle himself and reported
r nets
many the he is Next : of ithe soldiers ,
"When king says willing day'some
I Private: 'Meudon to the lieutenant,
and them a I
ended yet no one gave : r
to give us whatever we ask for went; as was their'.daily custom to
and the sent for.
culprit was
the fish are the fruit of the
thought; said Gaspard to his comrade Francois ?" bathe in the river and while there
be the fishermen "Do 0'0.know what you deserve
can, to gathered by : Bearne, "why do we go on marching they were surprised by a body of
i and risk -their lives in reapingthe asked Lieutenant Vallon, who was a
they this terrible where who'killed ten twelveof
through country, discipinarian Mondingoes, or
t.1When I kindly man, although. a severe -
lose of brave fel- them before could arrive.
j we eo many our wish help
and who had no to
summer came, and the sea, lower. There was a fort just outside the
I be severe with a man who had foughthis
like the skies was flaunting its royal and the in I
village garrison twenty
"Why, man we have had no fighting first battle gallantly.
tents of deepest, brightest blue and yet" said Francois; "we should Gaspard was silent. aH, had rushed out to the rescue but I
the wind would lift 'the sails it '
P. iI'tf lazy be laughed at if we returned without "Death is the.punishment," hazarded were so outnumbered that they
eeemed a dreary life to Gaspard; the could show bold front and
defeating the enemy!J" the lieutenant. He' had no exact only a retreat
older hand would tell the young to their fortress with ,the'ice
"But what more can we gain by knowledge of what the punishment

ones, tales of countries: far away fighting than the king offers us was for such unprecedented behavior.Clearjy I cued 'men- in their midst. The remainder . -T -:. l 'Jr
which they had seen when they i freely?" however Gaspard had been of the garrison left in the Time! Rats l! ,e

;e e been many serving of the in fishermen the warship might, be ea I Ir 'Fame, glory honorl! What else guilty of disobedience of orders village were'already engaged with a Saletyi rtI.Q1. qt _: *

Y;' ee Frenchman ask for?" returned whilst in an enemy's country. numerous enemy and no help could Finest Cuisine and Service. Zfo Transfer Between aokionyllls
called upon to do. Sometimes they be from -< : i
Francois;, and tiaspamd marched on, Gaspard was unmoved it was evident expected hat quarter and New York. .
would tell of the wonders that are ii
; far down in the sea, end of mermaidswith tendering over his comrade's words. to the officer that this man was taken Only his that morning with'the Gaepard had of The Sleet composed of,the- following Handsome New ftesiCOHAITCHir ikjaa it f1i-.
v Tba.t Francois no coward and he tried to place garrison "'
night was shivering so reason ,
*1. their golden hair streaming out (new), "ALQOUQtnN, TBOQTTOISf ?TM 1C*p lltKB-; .
i.l the fort, and he with the others had
and when lent himh.i with him. "
'R with \olently, Gtaepard BEHTSOLEf 1 : :*
upon the' wind strange overcoat to add to his own he "You must have bad some ,motivefor sallied out to beat back the enemy; NORTH-BOUND. .r
4- deep eye of storshine and dusk.singing but.although like the rest be placed Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide. ,_'. -. > .,.
laden with soon threw it off;paying that be was throwing away your rifle. Come, From Jacksonville, Fla. (caHlnff at Cnarteston) Sunday Tuesdays sad x>avtadsyr' bT
wild, sweet songs on fire; and yet soon again be shiv out with it, my ladl" himself between his defenceless From Charleston.S. : the lore,and Borrow of all the ages.80ngB comrades and their foes he made no For hour of a .ilIng see Clyde Line schedule ler .Jacksonville and Chsitastoa aSies1. .t_ ,
ered. The fever had seized upon him 'I have killed men. The words sOl'r -BOUND. / .' -
that ravish the heart of man :
i: and when the column marched backto came out slowly, reluctantly, and attempt to fire hia rifle, merelythreatening Steamer are appointed to sail from Pier B, East River.'KevTotX': ;'&t.t'oi"
I and which if he turn not away and ; -f ,- *-, .. '
t. I \
with it, and falling follows: -f-- .; '
close his ears against them, will I Goree he was left behind with the Lieutenant Vallon laughed outrightat step. For Charleston 8. C..................._............Vfondar Wednesday.and Friday*' ?i. Y

draw his soul from his body, BO that garrison at Mbro. I the answer. by step. For Jacksonville.71*., (cslllng.at CbarUton. .) Uandars, Wednesdays u.l Jtlflars': -

be be what call dead. But Commandant Gaprade was not "And what do you suppose your! By the time they bad reached their

\ men satisfied with this bloodless march rifle was given' you for? To light afire mud fort they were almost surrounded NOlI' S ntnomlin '

great But wares when threatened winter came to, and swallow the upon Mekhey, and so, on the Mh of with, eh?" by a ferocious horde, mad wit-Ii'! Clydo i I EnIDandMd s :1:4

> "They are murdered I Their wives the lib for blood; and only one per '
he left Goree with a small .. #
the tfbtle Asher boats there was February, ;
IS" . up cutter and children are broken-hearted. I BOD,at a time could pass in through ,(FREIGHT ONLY.T L i'; )
flotilla of four dh
ships a
; \ no leisure for recounting' stories diepa know it." the small .door to safety.' The fort (Canine at Charleston, 8. both.,ways.) '
F while at sea, for each one had to and other small vessels and the "Steamer-, Appointed to sail. Ta*.Follows: '. 1"1 'fit
which.had been built Aralbs c
strive and heed for the safety of all; marines commanded by Lieutenant "You know nothing, you fool I by From Foot of Hogan street.:Jacksonville.THURSDAY8. ., peon.Ltwls'.d $eete4 tf ;<
These black do not value life and repaired by the French was ... J'Bm .'
Vallon of the Dialmath, disembarkedon pigs so .
Y and to pray to the saints that they " - -

IIr ]' 'might be guided out of the troublous the 10th opposite Sedhfcm andmarched much as you value your cigar. Ifbadn'rt pierced, for musketry nd"'thow above the line CLYDE'S .ST.. JOHNS: RIVER CINE .
Sardiniexi. ;you killed them they'd have of the door, rho wen'within .
4 waters. and ..homeagain ,to denrBixon. immediately on <*- ,- -- ','
killed fired down into"One black (DB BART LINE)
'- Sometimes' while in 'their The village' weir strongly held bythe you crowd keeping then somewhat tbay I JACKSONVILLE FA1U.TXA. BAN 'OnDI BNTEHPRlSa.;' '"J'i

I midst one: of the fleet would"stnggtir : : natives; .very mud hut waspierced FUen I would 'have died withoutthe INTERMEDLAID: ,ON TBJ ST.. JOHNS ,RIVZB.IS > -;. ,0 -, :_

and! disappear, and the white-crested for the guns, and as the column guilt of murder on my soul. :' -
Still the fired and'advanced, Steamer"Harry a Day1r"f -
waves would surge and toss where1 ;t advanced a heavy fire was "You would have died like a pig ., \ J. -.f'. .'

had "been, .and the gallent comrades poured upon it. The French commander dies squealing a protesf, that' all. Cape',W. AJ Snaw.I "['C.

would be lost.forever. Ah it was a 'sent on the native volunteers What were you before you joined the :, Florida East Coast appointed to f aaU as follows'_ '3

sorrowful. life in the winter--cold first then the Bpafaia from Algeria, marines?" Leaves aJ a k 5.a/nvllle.-..',,.- ....:.....,:...Tuesdays and.Saturday* at fM ; ,

x and iwretched; and full of bardshipa.4ti to see that the volunteers did not runaway 'A poor fisherman lieutenant.1 Leaves aDfor4..n... ....... ........Monday and.Thursdays a*jhM p.-SB.,

!' 'Days'there' were when it was too and then in reserve, came the "And RaUway. OENJmAL PASSENaBR AND TICKET OFFICE 'XH, :WS8T BAT: 8'r..z, ,
bow fish did '
many make
you "
: rough and dangerous to venture out marines. i V SONVILLE. ; 1 I q
"R widows and orphans? asked the WARBURTON T.'P. A., II" Zr.JJiPr.\ ;:
W. H. > .
to sea at all, and then the taW of From every hut came flashes of lieutenant. SOUTH BOUND. I Bowline Green New York .(I| .v.. mONKONGJm;

summer would be repeated at firesides light;and puffs of smoke which hardy "Fish have -STATIONSDill: I ILvIscksoaviU THCO. O. EQKK; ,T.. Jt,' mOll'JOt L.w..t HOW Bu at., J 1'. r a
souls, but all
no people o N_0 4 g Bolln*; Green. New Tork.. j .
tt by the!' greybeard 'and those floated away, but Ivnig on the still have even black people, so the cure asl Foot,.H.ocaa Bt., 7 - 't' . : :

who'listened would sit openmouthed, air, and presently concealed the village ........... t joop Gen'1.eats. '
} used tq, say" Ar St. Augustine ._...... 10 osj 4 lop WM.. P.CLYDE & CO., w.
wind h '
scarcely wearing the as and those nearest to it. The ...........1 '
"But'you havn't killed their souls IY St Augustine .lei Jsa 4 ISP B Bowling Green New York City. 60.,Del. Avei'Fbfladelpala. wend
x bowled round-be'cot'teges, and car* Lv>Hastings ....__........_ _ii JAI j
marines were moved nearer, and .
up ma.nl""No!. Pslmtk ... ...........si ':
rted ithe"zah with such force and halt of' them' led round to the ...... .. ..... | S 3SP tbian': 4
( were ; but in taking the -ives of men LT PtlstU .. ro 4SI 4 tap Frenchmen fell dead and none better' for 'Da3bc' absolute ,
swiftness.that it ,daubed like pent rear, just.In time to see issuing from I have Ar Mateo 4SP{ 3SP1CP ed 'and those who able. wound-I cleanliness in the care.of oowi.aSa ___
lost BOUL" t were I .
.. against .windows. my own Lv Mateo :::::::::::.:::::::: ;. i ,. .
shot the
> ; ,the huts' the desperate natives, who "Poufl! I'll absolve Lr East FalatkmLv ........... II 30' lop'' struggled among'themae1ft' bier and milk utfensilsv' 'I st i.nier' 3"t. _
They WBi'e'st'\ brave und generous'race fired upon their advancing'. foes and you mono enfant Ormomd'............_.... t 6 m until at last the inevitable rrf-: the milking-stables' "sihoald'bekeptj3ry : .T
Biaon !1" / Lv Daytona ............... I up 6 sip access, r. 't. "_
the -fishers of ; e.nd.pomr- then".tined and fled. The marines "It is Lr Port onageLv. .................. t *3J> r pAr. suit arrived, and the door wart .and clean and .&.'of any>fermenting -: ,4.---
,*age-was born tn'everj babe of,them; opened 'fire the and impossible, 1ieuteantl""Wha.t .New SmyrnaLT ........... ... 7a J t ao" be $-
upon fugitives, Oak Hid ; lSSD ..,.. blocked. '._ { material ought, never;
c throngb generations they had batftied they, realizing7 that.their,retreat was ? The officer was.angry a.t Lv Tfeusvill* ,.?..... ........... Jtstf NI. never looked at the door,.1 tolerated'abotut.the barn: ;ii'isadti*>'. :!
braver and the '.1" "What? Lv City Point ................r., ... J3SPX4SP ,:.... Gaspard f.
with the .' growing obstinacy mow.
\. ; cut off;;rushed back to the 'village, Lv Cocoa ".... .............:. birt' faced the Joe whi"a' oalm' andedsolute able to keep the stableaivef;wiiHe-, ,,
J hardier,'Bawd:o the goverment,prized to be met merciless black Speak to your officer like that! Here, Lv Rocked! ,... .,.......... ; washed "and- not .fceWe'r',thing.eaaber : : !
only by the Lv Eau tulle ................... 1 ?.....: courage that, moved the sergeant a i
"\, -themf-imd,& ". some-oithe.Bison volunteers said -otbe 'Spahis. Some'of sergeant put tiMe imbecile under ar Lv MelbourneLv .................... 4 /,..... 'who' near himto admit- done' than to d.f'tb" doors: f'J"{
; ,In the .' rest I: We havenlt' cells but do Sebastian +...... ....... .....iwp04P ...... ''' : 't:r
weer wanships.A any ;
.vain- ,, away the unfortunate wretches advanced Lv Su Lade ;..................:.. 6 ..., tkm 'BO that he cried but words'oi' -and, tslls'.every' sew'days.'with ;
best to make him feel' what Lv.Fort Fierce ................... 6 t. ,
your' a >
nd then a day came when Ga advanced the marine road dust .in the jandlthen
: + mornlngr
\ boldly against *
l' ; : fool'he is/ Lv Eden....*....;................ 6 aopP ...:. encouragement to him. Erery time ,
-pard halt, leave home and' kindred Idlling one 'of 'tm"and., ,wounding Lv.jensen'.i..N.N:. 654p... : he his thoJOOg.hI '8Weep.'up..a 'let'in pletn' -
the foe made a rush pointed :
. ... . ...... ....
Lv Stuart .. : . .
to:join the.ITarine: )es t;and all his 'two other'but'""they'could not withstand The sergeant grinned intelligently, L. Hake Sound .r. D rifle and they. fell back before the ty'.of'sunlight. In oonneetioarith'aU''; .-

:" ; :dreams; ,of?v mermaids, and foreign 'the heavy ikre"'directed'against_ and marched the prisoner off to a hut Ly:; .West\v t Palm j item.Bt::ch'.7::::::::::::. 30P 9 aP .::,:.:..::. determined-looking soldier, ;, and fired *his,.be cleanly in'milkingthorough.? ;'

J. lands, and'wealth and power; were them and':he;slew wSrof were left and placed a guard wt the door. The LT Lintoa',.............::..ya ...:. at him instead. They .were; bad 17 strsitt the<-mllk' throragh*;at least: 1-

I. ". :unltn'.oano I w of'- perting'from' + all her" I alive.-- '-fell.irgab- .their:knees. and.prosi-' hut was filthy and the air*foul but LT LT Lemon Fort Lauderdale,City:...,;..............:.. .9 44 ..' ...... enough shots, those dark-skmned two,thkknessea'of cloth;and vrtQt'cf: 4 1= ,-

'heM, dear;, .rfe seeoaed'' to jhhn, that, iratedthemselves, crying'for'quartet there Gaspard bad to remain thirsty N ;..!!... ..., ...as .. warriors and yet'Gaapard'was bleeding ery ten COWl.milked rincerffoat\the; t ,

Mwh nlie -"
': '' -,' :.'d'1ntO' ,'outei' '-. .The driving' back'their.atHea twith threate was relieved, and then, he i ,' NO Da' Dar the sergeant shouted'to him; neglect. """3 'i}".

t"t .ctfrb.bksaed., .'. tiro;; the women- kissed and, (blows, even shooting a. few ofthem'mansged'bosave asked |for :water. ,STATIqNS ) Eshu You've done your" share; my. AM. soon as the mllkihg is done Ii' T1'-

-- :'I11m's.nd wdptorer him and the men 'time lives of a '"Sergeant's orders ore that you are LY :lliami ;..._............ S ::. brave! Bun in. It '.be ''at'nigh*,'set.'the e&D8OtfP;

embraced him'1i. ; 'they,wewi'albPothers" amaA's'emtiaait'vf the gailent'foe, but to have none.until you recover your t:Lemon ForrLtaderdale City .....:::::::::::::: I r:1:: ::: Gaspard would not more,but stood to"s cool f+|taee-with'fmre1 t,and,.f ,

'- 1 In Bl2tmTiand'; '' if :some' ';'of most of them lay dead'ordesperatelyWundedbyFth senses, comrade. Come:=be a man!" L.Ly,Linton West Palm.Bach..._.........;.... 7's8a ........ there a few paces in' front of the with .a long handleddipptr''xttsud; : ,:*,:< -

t1iem:did disagree at: times, they ytim 'die(; firing had was the sentinel's reply. Ly Wed.Jepiter',....."...",..". I p ..:.. door through which the laat' of his pone th1,JDilJi fOrA. rtth :'alUlthol'OtlghJr '

:',: 'were alas" ;reBdycto make friends' ce'?ti.-.1'fta'-e&ck at' henriesmarched "lam a men!" Gaspard said proudly .y'L.Hobe.SOuDd:,.._..'_.............._.......a 8 ala ssa ......;.. comrades were,retreatingtqrtil;;only, -; aerate,';; and ,reduce-the: o >i-

or --again-"t very-firrt'jppoxtunity'ft }those groaning or L. ]erica ,................ t o6a ... Cempeitotuxe-aa' near 60 degrees..F-? : f"<
; ire waited without ... .. he and the sergeant were,left.
aa'. .' complaint Lv' 'en ....;...t...... ua .
-. :." wai'cvery'ead, vwli ttJ3 ;Spard ''went. 'silent'bodte; "hia comrades cheered until ''the Ly Fort:Pierce ............... 9 sea .... "Now,' Private Mettdon, m cover as podftible. -to facilitate-th-s-. ;.!work. hf" ,,'2
r "-' /" ; morningwhen sergeant ........... ... c :.
Ly.St..Lad..: : :
lbrt this time'be'was'lthe bui> home 9 have of tin skAbe milk :
only .
tvway. : and>laughed, ft had come S. .. a pail as tong
'i : fetched'him, and broudi thtm.to'the Ar .;:...._.h. .. t0Lv you cried the ser ontl ;
., ', one called, from''dha 'village eo that io'him 'with'appBJmg'dlrectoesB that. Metboarne ............. ..,.. can'4. deer and'eight Inches""In/diamf. 4n'
lieutenant. Ly Ea'Game"...........;...Ii .... lOr welt'far you sergeant'sEtheserketmt -
h-e had'>m'ompa.nIon"1tQ'comfort! him tie w' -a .murdererl Never before ''LT.RockecIp.M..u. d P .._ hour;determined' he eter :and, filling-it with cold water?, ; =.

,) 'Ait the depot' he 1"m- who, bad'he .his' In "':; prisoner, are you going to L. Cocoa ..............._. U alP ..- seeing set it Into'thecan of milf and,there :
y eeen position clearly
do LY Cit, Poi i.............. u ....N was made a rush and got through, the '
-- Iflrt himself were lone! end o, each. the eicitement'and;Ihe'confusion he your duty? asked the officer LY TituYille .......;.....:. 104P ....NLv let it remain untH.he_T1Dg'Is-eom ; 'iot
.) ....... ...... .... door in aafetyiihen : ?
Oak Hilt : t
:: ;:; 44P
telling the o'ther.of IdS troubles, thef; had fired ss he had been>:taught to "I cannot kill, was the._hoarse reply L.,New SmJlD&"'............. .. 630, turned hbf'head t leted.,> Dealt with in' this marines;. x

; ''b)friends, .u" t.
J "=? 'row,( andtnrl; ed ir thought to. sjeen fall after he'bad.aimed'at them. cracked,: purple lips told what agony Ormond : . sweet for twenty-four hours.but with _
': t Fist ib.:::::.::::::::::: : .1SP I IAt = enemy rushed In', upon him with '
; 'the-'blew Ufe:.t.hat etrctched before The fisher'Jad had'not die heart of a of thirrt the man had endured. 'In this disadvantage that solittle"cream rwilt.rlre
: ; : Sew'Mateo .............. 6 eats 45PLv yells of triumph, end he was.-lost to '
r 1 i : them Jf'(leipead"iwei.bo: jodn.the ,ma soldier for an liis'courage, and in*his I that hot climate thirst is ,the most San Mateo ............... 3 1O 1.... I sight of on it that the nest morning< .v r

'r: rin soldieryand after roe months mind:; wap'. perpetually the-cry_" fiendish of tortures, and the sergeant At Palata ..............., s P 9boaLv ,, ; only a, straggling mass barely enough can be- obtained' fprcoffee. '-< ..
PaJatb'................... 4 JOp L.5Lv. black warriors was to be seen, ixack- **
:.. drill hfe,waaraerdtkiwa; ltd t the*wes '"I)shave elain,a man.to my' wound- had chosen a strong measure to bring HUUn ':.:.;;.... SiP "osAt fig-and hewing &t something in their -. '"/1: : . ,-'fF

-f ..coast of i Africa,t Jlhere.to. be;drafte>a dug and a young burin tto my hurt." Gaspard to a right :.. SL St. AupsdDe ..._._-.4; JDP 9 4asLv midst. A*regs ds:uten U*, these shouM iff!

into 'heDialmatlt'lone; of:.
lyJng1- off Goree aDd towards night "do ,with him aa you suggest sergeant. frees ee'posaible:{rom"ctiIi i places
.. BETWEEN."NEW'SMYRNA:: A ORANGE came from the village, and furs j\n- 'eo1'I1era'
<,3y tAt_, time;i wishing' to the r women l.came' from,:;!the country ." CITY, 'JUNCTION dingoes were driven away ,:heavy forbacteria.flei: ns, and' tea,. ,

'extend her- African dominions;, WM outride }and,://tried to carry off the '"Prisonerl! Bight about.. face! -SOUTHBOUND.: ,_ kMs; and then they foi1n4wa. ken placed in"the'eolder afford,' these ':

\w : .ready- o Avail bereeif.- of any,excuse 1 bodies of their men;waCing out their March cried the sergeant' and STATION&" INa No.rL. Gaspard. : 'ndnnie germs an excellent'ptoeeof j K -T
k It. "
lor Y sodetngy: .lwd, ,.1ti1rree.1IMBh"the : death cl1&:with:.an, wful .;.piteousmonotony'thatT Joined by rthe.gnard at the door, they, New Smyraa .......... s -sP a I"L'Ij The rifle lodgment mdlPrOpagatlon._and'' .as.1t1'; ...,
". : Lake Be en .. ...,.,N.N 3091 n J8&ld eergeantool. up .a. from : only ,requiresa homoepathie dose: of1! Q
'D&SH) monarohAvrf the most marched to stake the had been! ,
) ) or' tGeysyho depressed a' .
.r { Orange City .. :... .N 3 sop sa ClIp the clenched.hand of a.dead,native;
or "' 'r .der J r teatbory;,Gibe- ertrberaTrt:of tiie" marinea. :Fasdnat.ed set up in the village street. and Gaa-' Ar Orange Cit,'j'actio..... 3 asP U lOpAll'tn1u he,knew it had them'to inoculate a mesa of..milk. and\: '. -+4. .
hchreea 'New' Smjru ud' Ot ,, belonged to.Gaapard bad camhe.eibe.too' -
itto X
send the.
,irTiirih,would'enable'ber ''yet horrified watched pard 'was bound'to it. one. 'is
"pfmsWuiVrn ? Gaspard ,Cit JIIIIdioa Daily wept Sunday.BETWEEN' and he looked into;the barreL U he' fl"'

4 ,, ,.to connect'-t.Loni and Goree. their/1tt.he"'dark:forms as'Cfy tore There' in'' :tie,burning rays of the ORANGE' CITY JUNCTION bright, and had; not.been fired. 'The little, thorough about. clean1ng..onf.. .*

i llieialbrosmeatslted-heetitsetrl: from 'I 0ha1runi; ; ;/;d r'heads in sun. half crazed with the heat and 'A NEW, SKYRNA.L sergeant\ mused for a jnomenfc' Strive planet will ho'wever iiik.Id .

'iAlgeria,- iMLtiyevplntftpcfs were enlisted g St.urea-ofwl1d'; :despair, and.wept the' longing',for, water, Gaspard remained XORTHBOUND.' -- -' "Ahl. 'the poor Oassperd Afeudon,' .as one ? .. ;'
weather is
J ot
'.and 380'marine were added ores' lurchdead.One 'Jf.be'women t until late in muggy, showery Terr.d
f the atternoou.Then
2 ; :> STATION5INo. No. 4Lv he said, "he was an-ingbe'cile,.. ,
for tben"the-oonditdopa' :
hard to ,
..togiw''.lWty 2t e-expedition who .Woe'crouched beadd flue body of the: serg anl,approached him Orange:. City J etioll..,.. 1U S JSP I keep :
I.18 OraaI.Gty.'.....:......- a -W J 44P'L yon-; bat he was also. A.man, and for propagation of bacteria are.simost.t' ..
\ 'which<:> '6o'.tart-iii tw parttes, fine 'warrior turnrsd bearing\his hand a flask of water .... ....
wes a' young- upon Lake HdeD ..'..; : u 40P 4 OSP brave Di"I -
Temple Ba.i- ,
.New.Sm_...';...'..;.11 upi S 35P perfect and no matter if therewL; :alack : *
a one from Goree, arid the other; from Gaspard+das: he,'peaeed'end "spat at,, and a cup into which he poured some Alt trains;between'New-Smyrna'and-Orange of furnished 'by .the.\5t '. o.s,

.', ''8 ( :_ ._. _' ., hint''uttering -VUG**-' ,.wOTQjS# which of the cool liquid, :raising .the flask i JT, City Junction Daily except HAVANA.-Sunday.The" ., Her to Keep Milk'Sweet, bias and germ jnijk.utensils: :the airs necen'j\ j_ Yhtheless
oJmmn :tIOwhich .the from.her manner'of delivering.them MgVso;that"the water fell into' e ." rbe Senegal ,' It ,is,,1 Importont that milk be k is rt.h 1..
r City of ,ICey West of -the heavily chargedwiand
with the t.1 ere steamship )
_ ., !>,' ariab'Were. .ftacbfd-'iud> . -among. seemedio'.becnraes.! cup sound that no Florida East Coast Steamship Com Wednea- ,sweet, ,and:-that, iia some other the warm milk supplies thebeat ,t'fry- -\"
antforOaudiole dered t ; had'Gedaipesaa'db'Wta : forgetting.. glared Miami lot KeyWest.oa.Mondays,'
; , them +1eu on-let | man : 71s .Gaspard' eyes days sad Friday;* 'after- arrival of i than with the use of such :materiad In which ta'grow-these .T
1 Kin
'! tyn 1rtw.rT 1!,::18n.-vhel1ce, hand' .in'- his ''forehead 'was, w aatnywrlaind it .ft wolfishly, but hale 'Ups'and Jaekso makiag connections at Wes< pounds 'av: boras salicylic acid, '. ?. Cdnsefjnently, milk in .ex* I"cu1t
"tJie'l with for Havana.;Leaves Key West $
steamer c
.X"brO'o: frornwhich 'the dart: blood tongue were BO swollen that he could
# 1% prooeededstO.B mon' {-! 1! ; aJDp.'m. standard time):o Tnesdays. Tnnr- so r on. These are not only inju treme-i/ hot weather should never-i i r" .

Btt, she ,.4-ijti:by'+ 'fresh d]I bad oozed'thickly,''aDd"hU.face"- . 1.nd msttte ,"bT |.i'1ooic.oofpah1 and ' &. : "Primate Meudon, will ordersl' -,
h obey .
briny thcoc anger.'" yon ' \- health of the consumer, for when anything lutely unavoidable-8ootbe7WCultIT$ .
) # welcome.Oases,,-where, "alender.palmtree j I l i V. ''Accursed' ', .,'be.dheY'l.. ;". .weapons- rla.* of _. *'askedTthe sergeant. f These Time ,Tables., show), ,.the. :timn:,at.which ,has been addedto s. 'kill the ..tor. . ,- (r\ :

ltovrared':ti -Itor'the''cIqud. = idea ;}accursed.be 'the.:,hired mur- i,The poor-scorched head nodded_asentMdtiejinouthmoved trains- and boats maybe .expected;to arrive men germs or drug them nto'f .':' y.-r

z ,'less 'heavens. and: clusters. of tiny. ;i.deren.who"slaye. thg word of:.com feebly; and bat'thcir depatt'&o1It.arriral the'"several"departure stations St'the act ports times, 'activity,: the, effect Is' -that.[when II 'NO TELt.n\Gr'. j -P--

;. :, .hula' ilay scsjtbcred tere.: w4 o''have never'-'' harmed ttie(:>ergeantjpl: >ured a"'.little=o .the stated boW is'not',itself&'.respoaiible::o1.does.th.for. any.'Comc1 milk Is taken into the stomach of Judge AVhen-wa*the-last timeycuV. ,'f '

"om. marohesl 1'udJmm-.the; them!," % *- .V: water between- 'Gaspardla. lips and;:he f:7- or-.cther'consequences taruhtg..therefroml consumer, :the (action of the's & were arrested? '* / -" ;-; .

Jake .r+ ae"',pestilent teierlsden_ -'Gaspaakx::. >ked.a5 .4ie;:woman;:he tried;to- .n.:it..'"Then,'in a'Dom street.For:eopr Jacksonville d time,;card or addresaJ calf at,,aS. West:Ba y : ferments,is.interfered with,4o a' Tramp.'floe last time? There*r -43., *?- ..e'#

'-, niWit'strikb 'aownvananya brave.T me that;' thel f ull?gase v of"lier.eyes;,of ;,;;his-eyes--brightened;>.and},hec :.J?.-;BECICVVITH Traffic Manager! ,;J..TVRAHNER J A. G. 1". .A. l+egwortding"degree.; no tfollfTh TOor-boror when thaw5H ivbt. :;'Y.-' .

tJi .'n h- ai e; at tht, the of verge V f vnd 'e un- nedhis mouth. for mare, and 1W&l.1' -, .. St. /.\ tttiae.f, No.vr of all preservatives t I h' } .- 'l..ln.\n Tin.. Y'ac '-

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j, 'I"'W.. M. ysathsrly. C. Q. Peatheriy. Statistics are presented in a recent ',STATE OF FLORIDA. stove-pipe down and breaking a Sot i SPARKS FROM. WIRE. Asbury . Among them.was. :,

f i number of Nature which tend to support of dishes. lie then got terribly mixedup the Second Baptist church; the'Jewish ,.

: TilE 1IAI1IRTROPOLISPubU1he4 the conclusions of Dr. Brdckner between a man's legs and at last Synagogue and the Jewish, w. <,

that there is a ,regular cycle, of about ''I. SMALL NEWSY ITEMS ABOUT floundered off ou the deck, where he TELEGRAPHIC NEWS'FR03t .ALL Men's Free Reading rooms. The fire

+ }t by thirty-five years, in the course of EVERYTHING IMAGl ,\ was quickly dispatched by the stew PARTS OF TIt1 W BLD., was of incendiary origin. ;

which the eartb'ezperieneee a chAnger -- ard. The estimated weight of the -

{ The Bay Biscayne Publishing Co. weather from a cold and wet period Clippings of Florida Events Prom fish was one hundred pounds Short Stories of ths*W rld. ,Doings CLEVELAND MAKES A LAND PUB"f

& Miami Bade Co. Fte., Oct. 14, 1898.. through a hot and dry period, Our State Exchange CarefullyCondensed Gov. 'BloxhauCof. '. following Told by the Telegraph CHASE. 'jo ,
fi w back to a cold and wet period again. for -our .-.BusyBsadsrs. the example/of his predecessor, has C6ndens.dPorm. ,! Two hundred, 'acres.1.'f of land known '"& . ". '

Singers actor and public-speaker, According to theee statistics we are called a national conference of Governors ( i a*'the Cooover Place;on Stony;;brook, +; .t. ,

since the introduction of the electric I 'now in one of the comparatively dry u upon the state of the country, ARMY REORGANIZED.- i near Princeton- hU'tbeen, purchasedby '

light hare lots (trouble with their 'periods but early in the' twentieth C. T. Watson, of Mtrecook, Neb., has with special reference to the militia a syndicate headed by Grover o'

voices and are less likely to -catch century the condition of things will bought eighty-six acres of land on service./There is no doubt that these A general order was issued today Cleveland and Taylor:Pyne. The-price -' v

,'v cold;'Jthekr throats are not-so:+parched be reversed, and the wet years will Lake diUtler, two miles north of Au- ahoula be a recasting of the line of organizing 'new army corps and designating paid,was-425,000. ,

/ ;: and they feel better. This is due to outnumber the dry ones. burnd&le and intends planting t eDtyfhe organization of the militia' and that various points where the :It Is said thai t las9ndicatewhich, '

the eir. not being vitiated and the "f' acre in orange grove. much useful iniormatlonwili, be elicited troops shall be stationed. The Third embraces wealthy and influential meD[

temperature more' even. A perfectly practicable scheme has C. E. Abshier of Belleview, was in by the proposed Tampa confer- Fifth, and Sixth Corps are discontinued ofPrlnceton.intenda to buy1 available,

s . ,. 1 been devised. . to transfer the sweet, town Monday. Mr. Abshier has, sold /.nee. There seems to be something in I ; the Firat Second and Fourth land on the outskirts of Princeton, ,

x, '. the largest single structure, in the 'though faint: music of .the Swiss mu- the BeUeview News-Letter 'to his the Florida climate which prompts Corps reorganized. They are to be I with the Intention of building up ,a' r

1 '.world"'tor audience and spectacular sic box to an automatic piano so as to her, Dr. Alf. Abshier, who will rah the Governors of the State to note, commanded respectively by Major- model society community..' e

--purposes im the Oolfeeum at Rome. It give the same effect in time and rendition the paper in the future.-Ocala Weekly what the. country needs and call a Generals Breckinridge, Graham and The plan includes a, big coon_ irX *

'.' in In the form of cm ellipse its long though of greater volume. On Star. / conference to consider what 'shall be Wheeler. The headquarters of each club and an, ideal, place ,in 'which '.

,:',diameter Is 615 feet rte short 510 feet, each steel key of the music box is Work on Hart & Go's new shingle done about Savannah News. corps will be: First Corps Macon wealthy persons in society may spend I 'J.. ,

the height of the outer wall 164 feet placed a short, delicate stylus, withas .plant BIt Palatka was commenced Several manatees are often seen Ga.; Second, Augusta Ga.? Fourth the fall and winter_,months.' -, '., 1' :' '

; The arena fa. 218 feet long by 176 little weight as possible. As the Monday. The' main building 30x60 near the shore at Banyan feeding. HuntaVaie, Ala. Besides Mr. Cleveland and Yr. PyneV -

broad. The tiers of seats accommodate steel notes rise by.the movement of : feet-will be situated just/north of Recently a large one about 10 feet PLANS COMPLETED FOR THE SEC- Laurence Hutton and 8. T.. Ljndsey .k

one, hundred thousand spectator 'the drum these steels are elevated the Palatka machine shops, and will long came leisurely along within ten 6ND EXPEDmON. axe, prominently interested lA" the '

TW *. and their upper ends come into contact have A capacity for 50,X&hinglea per feet of the Banyan wharf and gave Prej act .k,', ,
The War has
Department :'completedits
I with the delicate metallic rods day. / the lookers on, some twenty in number "
'. An in Levy is view of it, A few plans of the departure of thesecond TOBACCO FACTORY SELLS OUT.' :
; A. manufacturing company of IndiT leading to the mechanism which controls industry county an a splendid days
farm located south of Bron- Mrs. McMillan and children expedition of troops to garrison After negotiations over I -
.ana has just placed upon the market the keys of the piano. The con- alligator ago were Cuba ks extending. ,
The first division
l ':'Vjr i* new bicycle reek which,is both neat tact causes an electric current from son. It is operated ,by Her. Andrew out foe a row, when s school of these already started several months theAmericanTobacco" y

"In appearance and MO constructed as a battery connected with magnets Lynn, and he realizes good money monsters came on a, run and nearly under orders, and should -be Company of New York has': finally ;

? '.'? to be of practical merit. It holds,the controlling the keys to actuate them. from the hides of the old 'gators. The capsized the boaK. The manatee Southern within a very few days from the purchased the immense tooacco works ,,. f

; :machine in aa, upright position and The device can be added without young ones are sold when the price when taken unawares churns the water ports near their camping .dand warehouses owned by the Drum-
The First division will start
does not detract-from the appearance great change to any.music box and piano. warrants it. / to a foam, and a great wave follows grounds. mond Tobacco Company of St. Lows.
under command of L. H.
,of;the bicycle should 'it be used for Capt. E. O. Brainerd of Eau Gallic, like that in the wake of a large .i Brig.-Gen. of whkh Harrison L Drummom): ispreaident. 't
United States volunteers '
I J a will soon take command of the steam steamer. Carpenter The. plant is one of the;: a
>'akow4m'PaaIt is finished in the
beiJtg built at who-commands the cavalry brigade, largest of its kind in the '
stained. boat Apalachicola to A determined effort will be made world. .Late 4
natural color of the wood or A new fashion in writing is comingin
of the Seventh and
navigate the waters of the Ohattahoo- on the part of the Ocala citizens and composed Eighth Saturday afternoon a transfer.',wU' ,
o and enthusiasts who believe in it
He hold
United States will
( The boat is 146 feet business the location cavalry. registered at the '
; etee ver. long men to secure of courthouse covering
v'tMirs.. wife .J the next will
t AVilhwd the Eng- predict thai the generation his command of the entire division
with/25 feet beam. The machinery is five to ten thousand soldiers there for aH the buildings and realjeatat* 'owned
= "f ,dish sober in appearance so resembled write vertically instead of sloping of seniority
now being placed in this boat. winter quarters, and many of them simply by reason Lila over by the Drummond Company.
1 '. "aier husband that people who do not their letters in the way with which Brigadier-General Snyder and Briga t .
/A government engineer is expected are sanguine of sucecss. A large The cash;price was 13t4 't.OOO paid: ; : s s:
: know them a* husband and wife read- we are famUiar. It h claimed for the dier-General WUliston and in the enda -,
tract of cleared land by the American Tobacco Company in';,
on Expositionstreet
to arrive in Pensacola early in Octo-
3 : would take them for brother and be
\Uj new style that it can more easily must be
tt,' ber'for the of surveying"the just west of town, is the proposed permanent designation certified checks drawn to the order ( .
*>iter.. Mrs. WilJard has the same read, more quickly written, and U less purpose i : made of a division commander. ,It is ;
It Harrison L.Drunnnonay prssideofdthe
site for the la ,
the high
route'of proposed military camp.
;features and.fehe same dark clear skin of a tax on the eyesight than the old. the intention of the War Departmentthat -r
dry, on a paved street with electric now defunct .The,"sale,/ p'
National company.
she from ,that city to the Cemetery. '
(which ;her husband has and is It is'also claimed that it is "the natural Major-General Wade, now president -
: .' An appropriation of $10,000 is and telephone wires passing, and a of the ,Drummond Tobacco_:Company.\ <
further ''beautiful the
.t distinguished by method. strongest argument of the military evacuation commission '
large main from the waterworks. was outright.. There were n stock
the city 3
available for beginning ot r
v :!, (-Iron-gray hair, .which wIth Air.; Will-- '-for its use' is the position that now shall command the entire =
considerations.The .
road. Ocala can easily accommodate the
std also Is a marked feature. children are often required to take in .work o6hi* force of United States troops assignedto 1 American
many troops, and her people would n. Tobacco Company =
i 1 the schoolroom'when-writing in orderto The 1 ea1' Fruit and Tobacco Com- to Cuba but he will
4 duty scarcelytake
sir give them a warm welcome.While immediately took possession- of Its'new _
has .
their letters the proper slant: pany of Orlando just entered intoa until has
A womaa who keeps house io suit give active command he and.the employees '
riding on the carriage of a property, will "..
sit furnish thou-
.herself' and family ays" one of .the The usual' position is to with one contract seventy-five completed his duties with the com- be under new- manage. '
steam circular his home at waking a .
saw near
? : 'most difficult and also one of the most side to the1'desk:which',to usually so sand smooth cayenne pineapple plant mission. 1' .
shoulder above to parties who will plant: them on'the Owing station on Saturday, EveretBryant menU. t .
that It one division'will
high' Second
necessary lessons for a housekeeper The comprise tiU
"President .Duke of. ,
: American
> Vtie Island:of Jamaica. This makes nearly ap romient young man of i. t .
other head tuned'
V to'learn is, in order to be successful the and with all the troops now under the command Tobacco. Company that .
-,aloe. muat assert (her individuality';K,it so as'lto: bring the eyes an equal distance a quarter of million plants now under that section and was literally sawed to of MaJ.-Gen.; Fitzhugh Lee. there, will be no chance announces lathe.
pieces instantly killed. At the personnel f
i' ,: .is,useless .to try to please 'every time he met his terrible 'death he
., pit surprising to notice how maul :are so turned there a tendency growers Mr -'-'Drummond remaining -'it ;
on the and '
the sight of one and i' Bachman of Cedar has sending moving carriage TENED.' '
shorten eye Sol Key
'things fa our home are done direct-
at and later will
a salary
1 'when it reversed suddenly with a Amid the enthusiastic of : :
that of the dther. A Lon- in a piece of cloth, plaudits '
1.ui lengthen quite a curiosity Eger < "
an to '
;- single our neigh- .
eye jerk he lost his balance and fell over officer and_ member. of the
hat out his nearly forty thousand intensely interested
Hbors. don publisher brought copy- which was spun and woven by dlreeWs. : '
\I which the saw. He hardly had time to otter the shrill salutation of f': -
fJr 1 books -ed in the new system, grandmother more than one hundred people

Down;' :: toss late as the middle has been adopted by many 'British years ago. The goods has never been a sharp cry -before the .teeth of steam whistles from many boats and ,
( ages'cats the saw had eaten into his stomach and the strains of The Star Sang- .WAR WiltH 'L.'W.1A.N IN THE" '
and d tugs ,
J Were comparatively scarce in schools. used and looks as bright new as .
.. is I and'em his body almost two Mr. led Banner the first-class battleship ,l'O T.liW , : .;
made. The excellent
:tt 'Europe, and were BO highly prized l f just quality
Bryant was about 22 years old and Illinois launched. The launchwas .. Commissioner of Indian-Affairs '
It is was J'
# i that.Any ,person who killed one was ,- Hybrid Pineapples.The and it seems to,be very durable. *
tl leaves a,..window. brilliant in Jones received the following,dispatch _
to remarkable how it has been so perfectly a success every particular
.. obliged a fine. This penaltysometimes of the of
'. pay yearbook Department D. A., raterson of New' York has the mechanicalpreparations"being from Indian Agent.J. H. ftdtherland, _t

was required to be paid ins Agriculture states:. "In cultivating preserved, been in Quincy for the past ten days the ..of.ape'c1&ton dated at Walker, Mina:, last night ti'The '
...- 'the shape of a pile of wheat bigenough"to seedless 'varieties it has commonly Joseph Mabley who escaped from perfect assemblage .
entering iDto rrange uta to grow.tobacco unprecedented in the. historyof trouble atvLeech:Lake, Mlnn., _' .
;' cov2sv..the .slain annual been supposed tha'tseedless plaBt..1ikethe the county jail at .Arcadia nearly a
on an extensive scale. We understand the Newport News Ship Buildingand originated, in ,consequence of an_a sr- ",
when it was held, vertiogHy bjMthe tip PIneapple'.Dd'uaft could while there under a sentenceof ,'
orange, year ago
r that he closed States r
a trade whereby rest made by.a Deputy United. ,
Dock and distinguished
tail the, toudi their seed- life imprisonment was located in Dry Company,, .
pljta: nose igj not; be utilized. (because of '
he will plant a large, amount.of in personnel.The marshal of an. Indian .ont.wartant. . i
. gr+oufsd. te. ,Walter T. :Swingle and Bar Georgia by Sheriff Pearce and has tobacco
In tobacco it is Indians marshal'and
-.r:, growing-this of the 'vessel Mies Nan- ihe. overpowered the I'
'a. J, Webber 'of ,fife division of been brought back to Arcadia, and,is sponsor .
bey: ,. 'egoeta.ble ,I .
reported that Mr. Paterson will use Die of accompanied rescued.the.prisoner. Troopsavere
r Shop assistants in Australia do notisvve physiology aud. pathology now-safe in the hands of Jailer Powell Leiter, Chicago, ,)
t. r electric lights In the patches BIt night. by Governor Tanner, of Dlinois, his sent here.oo assist the marshal in Arresting ,
't ;bard,time of it. work in each of these the action of the supreme -
a that awaiting
> .> t They found,' however _, be'ca
c{ i The electric lights will serve a twofold staff in uniform, and a crowd of ..distinguished the rescuers. I have here '
fifty hour Balhifaievery. court before being'sent to the f
only *.per'week.In plants'abundaai seeds areprod1Wedwhen '
: --that of the week bat to the Indians
1 purpose destroying Ghicagoans came up,from a doing my ; get .
r :jBhopjexoepting..those of -tobacoonkta the flowers are crossed With pollen ,state p penitentiary. 'to safe
insect on one hand and of maturing Old Point early this morning 'by give themselves up and
tf ;;nsfunoQgera and hairdressiirsclosed from distinct:sorts.' This suggests The sugar patch is seen waving its the tobacco much earlier 'on the other. steamer. The steamer Newport News trouble, ,but: they 'would not. 'Tie: ; :

: y o ,art;C pu..fotithe: first!four days that fruitswhidA are,normally, seedless pale green, foliage ,near every negro :It is a.h.o rumored that Mr. Paterson brought the distinguished guests of troops/and Indians,had'.,several .bat f 4, r
R of.the week, on Friday,at i p,:m. and mayfrequenrtiy;bemused;' .to advantage: cabin and-! settler's, home 'in the land, la negotiatIng for the control the 'shipyard from ..Washington and ties.' The'United
.: on fiarnrdays at'lO;p.:m. The major in ""hybridizing. I exPertmenu.'particularly but' the large plantations. are the of'the! Quincy electric light plant all the steamboat ,,and railroad lines< ,asked:for.more,.."v.? a.e fcijJ .

Jty. jpenjat 8 a..m,.,.t.o.be,wept and rWben: it is ,desired to secure improved work'of the Disaton Company at Kis- Quincy New Era. - There are f noW about vftt hundred '
into the
poured people the'port up.to
'dusted: .bytjie errand:?b jya,'the.assistwti : heedless.varieUes. For instance Bimmee where'are grown &talks30feet 'N1e"'or&Dle ,crop throughout Lake hour of the launching. and fifty.soldier* encamped( at the=

atriving.et, ::30"t .,,m.A a pomelo,:witJb:few. seeds might t.pos long on lands reclaimed by drain county )is .very encouraging, to the very agency;/'Troops landed,bat mea f't1th t
.. ,- 'be1' obtained by)hyridiziny the from the outer edges of the Everglades : ; .
sibly '
p age growers, and they confider ',their in SPANISH MUST no oppOBitIon.The fh.e soldiers have gone ;
pair r scales mpefh like those.oftht i common pomelotwith. the.navel or- and Okeechobee country. This , "
.t { vestmemt* well (placed, even if they President .iMcElnlev haVi cabled the into'canip' in -aquan overlooking.the '
:zDod ru.phsrmecist \\p among ,the anger Is .on 'theSouth; Florida railroad apart ;
Y ; should have to supply artificial woteotkw 'United States military commission at lake, which . ;)multitude:of objects discovered' ,this -T e' -year/book. :then ,shows a half of the Plant System.Florida from ,freezes every winter. Porto Rico that she island must, beevacu WUkln .: A numberoEiriendlyIn.'K: -;

year in excavations' about thirty mike tone''cut;of>; dozen, pineapple.'plan is Farmer and Fruit Grower.. They argue that pineapples' can 'be ted by the Spanish forces,on or diana came :in 'canoes 1rorii'.Bear'J.a- I

trams neb and rtc nrfily"exhibitedin in potts'raised from,seeds of Egyptian :, bark which grown under shelter at in Or t.hl to .
The 'wrecked Lofthus a profit before October 18, and that the Spanish Jand :mornlng They refu e ,'Ii
',., : "London.' ; R1)itt'eca) ei are finely ,tfinlghed Queen crossed:with'Smooth;:Cayenne, was purl aced several months'ago by :sage. county, and vegetables under i commissioners ".be so. .informed. In talk c4 '
-4"; ; .have.:& beamabout four'and and''Enville. :City,'crossed" :with:_Puerto W. M. Brown and L.'C. Oliver,;of Miami canvas in lAlachua it will pay far better : case vf the .failure:of the,Spaniardsto knowledge of;their'whereabouts.. 7 1-

,1. p,1s one-half inches)long,;.with ,a .ring.'at Rioo.i . : "; who removed the-deck load of : ,"to'grow an orange crop'! at the expense complete, the evacuation. bf that It is'difficult to see bow this"matter ,(

4'ff I ,each v ndof..the three cords and*the -These'plants should fruit before the lumber,from the vessel.at Hypoluxo, I of making fires in the ;grove date the United States commissioner ;. is any' .rer.a'solutton thai.it was a'. l.we .

1: *.* 1 ,pans .about the, size of an. English. next State'Horticultural/:8OC et7'meet- where '.she \;was ,stranded has ::lately from three to six eights.In the):year. are directed .to takes possession, and -agar:' AU the}men,"for, wnom f 1.

.,Ji;. -,' f>ennj .jsre'sligntly.' convex ing:and-.we 'ahaU:then no' doubt:hear been) inspected 'by Mack, Lee-repre A grove.never.requires,any more pro exercise a>U of the functions;of, government warrants'are put,are/stifl atflarg j on t 'fit

," ." .' i from*) .:Swingle. .'and. 'Webber, on. senting L. C. Oliver Comp; It hat tection. One citizen of .Lab county. and. In case it: Is.:found'to Bear IsiandV where" dancing o 1 tbuu. H
!' Whfle. England. is ;fighting on ',the "- decided-to blow figures that the in the'vicinity of These '
'' result.- ; : been" '4he. ship to crop be impossible to secure.tranBporta- rnOT'Marshal is determined J
f t
li. ?'; military ,,roads froatierBaasia''Is.building'theVPamir:: : ;; region \ '; ,',. , pieces with ,dynamite_ to ,liberate-the Leerburg'wlf' _reach i 20,000 boxes. tiiis tion for,the ,Spanish 'troops'by.: October 'to:have, and the soldiers apparently 2-

dote ; k'-- \ .iir in'ths'BolL number in' the' hold and aecun'the 18, "they be permitted to 'go, into 1 must get them for him ;. .
tothebanndaryotIndia; : :' One
-' :" ,has ;: Ak The-Jmpui i taaroe- .of.'Khe' :41horouglncuJtivetion same.. ltisestimatedthat' are Residents of High. .Springs wereewakened temporary, quarters until the ;[transports i , -. .; Q.- S di "?
been the
just completed,.over : D..tie vessel about 300,000'feet' : ai'n'o'cJock. one night(,.last '
.w the soil yet can bV:.red to take. them to SMALL. d
-" of is reoognized by NAVY'LOSS V ,
; -
-'i t. ,B&i1alp188: ,*V a:height ;:of;over 15- tremendous' explosion in Ji
; : .. ; week; by a D -
' 'OOO'feeI. ;It ''be used (;/vXho'experimeirt to"an"extent'sufficient From all-ippearances the; late fire Spain.. Seventeen*sailors killed'and' ('t -'L.
: :can by cart and eighty-
. I(the business portioned the town. The .
.. at w.
at is developed Friday'sCabinet I'
rlak'8pr1uga going.to i This fact was -
to show results, >Air is prove
four all eto'T'
wms begun In July...Another,has been ; '' shock so'severe' that ;caaualities told was r
the soil ,molatnrc rf or' 1 a:blessing in.1 gUme:, The. entire was some were -meeiing, and It was also stat suffered '
; to '
'. i,i; ,mI.de;near.the Borne ;Data boundary eesary as thrown from'Jle'irbed.. Upon Investigation tal loss by the United States
< block"b+om Eighth NIth'atrpet'onBaldwin ; J I elthat-fr m.t.h18 time forward a mo '
and'it'waalntteadedto ac1arlDi chemloala 91 the nah the The' :
J!'J4 ; ; .complete,eji- the :will In .it, was 'Toured that the back pursued:with nary 'dnring war. flgrnres:
r otherbefore.the cold,weather,set.::in ,put into : .active' operaltion">'andbraught'lnto avenue, : 'FobabUIii portion of Futoh A -;'store was a policy toe have 'just been compiled 'at_the:Navy'Department. -:s -
Derwtbredin 'The'workt of.Cuba.
: "brick to the'eT&euatiln ;
..' r :et fhhe,Bordoba bonodeiy.inltbe: Ails coodiUoD Ho.:bo"made ; wreck, and that the glass in front and respect :. >4- -' .of

;-,,f'! valley' I quickly i available by the grovrlng'crop; clearing away the debris has begun 'showcases were, .broken into frag- Inu'-Dewey's: great' ; fight*"ai:Manllav ,

> ;'jfl ..," r: ',: ".t ' .: The:manure, :'the remains' f'pkats and the' local:Whitectt, wnnam'r- I meat 'Other:building at a distanceof STEAiMEBS J MUCH !DAMAGED. IN. bay not a.man waakllkd'and' : every .L. :

":.! :"The'other day a Baua ,awulroTe and much iof::the'iumite' '.the soil.il er;;ls' of. the :opinion that\> .building fifty yards'we're perforated by/ily- STORM., one of'':thenine, menwounded.waa, : 'u'

'*'*F,'' ot*'into the country s 10'for'deer: eonrerted' Into Mttpet;'thaV'valirabieobemicaL > boom is Veil underway with.'work that win saprplyiometnedhiAnIca ing particle*-from'. theexplosion. It Two foreign -vessels put into .&- ableand 'didreturn,to:duty, 'Lvthebattle f

.;t ff c,;; .Be ion**.professional kfller, .but:he When-tai soil i merely' tir- A ; for is the;opinion those who h nah in distress, and two American 'of Joly,3, off Santiago,one man
several -morttiha. is'to.be
'._ i''hOped to find*game'oe r.,hornet He red with toe or cultivator"a formation new depot amined the wreck that s b Teex-1 schooners arrived, bring sustained was killed,'.and,there were eleven essualitie -'' J

',:: .tied his>orse to. a.tree'In she,woods, .I of :nMretes. fai',promoted.'and apt Intressed erected i :at3nce,,,and wilt" -',bean' ;imposing , placed underneath the back.-'part considerable damage.'All had encountered *altogether. In hat fight;also" y

*:, 'and rifle in hand,'sallied into'the,.fore :tItILU---.-. ,of.--'' '.fsrMlttTabout --- --- .'"bnMuth1I -- ,_H ; structure. : the bnadlniWith the Intention of firIng i the' terrific West Indian hurricane everyone.ofthe; wounded returned todutyxThe :

{!; ,where:he.circled'for about an hour.: I by.'the.tK>tton! tof wlr:ofihe: I ,The' legality of ,tbe'w ( :and} dryelectiouiWil1' it. and the theory 1* corroborated which swept the. coast\i in this loss suffered Lithe attack;; : -

,;-r., Then, after firing wt what'he'thought gtanic:matter-In:the!ioIL CullivaHonon's. i ,be'm,COAtested:q}soon as't.he".CoUy.'b by the.'fact that whatever explosive vicinity last Sunday. I u on.,the forti atJ.he.en; to Santiago - ; f

:J" i'wsa'a:bull moose/he'eameu:np'to: 'find ',larger'scale,' .therefore;.cannot ; ion r ,meett' "and' :was,used,vas placed just'beneathth, The, German bark Nanny' Captain bytte AmerksanfleeVJun .,22,

"" , J that he had placed:,4&-caUbre project fail 4o Increasetie'fer, lHy by'.the ad- an: applcanjcanDe'mae.ora-0 :: permlV'to ,- ,'oil tank. The damage.rose. oonsideraVble. Gewald' bound for Cadiz waa;towed was one,saitor.killed and ;eleven men

-: ( tile'neatly in.the',bowels of his horse; mlBsSon of increased air..rdfO' inoiBtnrs sell wiaes,\beer.and liquors. ., 7: to the city leaking badly.- She' 'vial I wounded,''of which. only seven were'

1 ' MandamiMj,proceedings', then beinetituted' towed into Tybee by the .British' able:'i. ,return < duty. ;
;" 'which died irith Its harness on. -K n- :.tt be soil for" the,direct .ceding;of o .
f ' -, aginst the commissioners 4KoW'.to Wash Zlns Linen. steamship.Macedonia. On .board/waif I" 'The, heaviest loss of the was
F neb_ eC:Journal.' ? tkhe,plsn"( :, swell'M< the:,action',xm navy
f L to issue-permit for license under the -Ne.'ye' hot' water z.' in which to the of the American Robert ,
: .?. .TTf '* the. elements in..the stall,"and,tie destruction use, .crew, bjjg at Guantanamo*'. There were twenty, .
;, J>r.,Temple; theirohbiebop'of .Can- of,"noxious weods whkb,rob old,law'.4i ezs tedbdorethe'eleetioa : "wash your white"embroidered doilies Dillon which waa takes off ttf the vessel I twq,casuailties,f in ,that_ fight, andof i; "

r x.s terbury;'enterad:an East,;End church L ttie cultivated.._ 'plants 'of tieedeid':ifood: : 'lt>c i simed t2 t.th'f&llttre ofdrhe of other fine stable: _Iineay Cold'water after *he had'been on.her beams the list rii marines were_ Idlled..Of ; ''
-e. Y.oue"aight, andstanding;; n In"a'.black 1 :Ez. - -' : ( uperTisoraof of'regstratioa to"open and pure white soap containing.borax ends.for two''days off-:Port'Royal.. The the sixteen wounded'nine returned to' ,

: 4' pew,Joined" In the singing of.Moody I up:'aleregIstrstion; books beforej the are what: is:required -.t;cleanse [fine steward, of the Dillon was ,washed. 'duty,three weft 1irv iMed. from the.v

.:"'rii.t"f'11. t ti aukey hymn.; H29Xti*to; 'him i . , special, eiectwa' was'a',' fatal..error.- table linei.;'and when'dried,in a shady :overboard' and ,drOWn' J. service,and J'tour continue'andertreat-_ "

'-.. wood. .d worldvbdwsa: .?.eing-, : OPPpRTUNlTY;: Orlando' Sentinel $, -\ i' ';.L place 1U:beauty"yell'be preserved for The ,Russian"'"bark Vanadis, 'bound ment.: Next' after Quantanamo,: the # sy

"ttiiDC-1' ';' '''-J' tfl?'in,tune' ";: 'The.blsI. sang' ,'"Oame'onfeBows,,._ ; ,**cried'.'moequito As the elghteen:n schooner, Three same.rtinie.; ;No''washingcompound :f rom/Plymouih; J,f dr;DarteD' came' ,into battle with.theforts' .and'gunboatsoff.Cienfuegos . r

'. -T: lustily' too; 'but'neyb:_ '.m''tune.M .; The r.'. 'who bappened to overhear a'quar Brothers, plying,between;Tampa and should ever be:;dll1:w hbig handkerchief :fj rt' )totally. dismasted,, and! was ; tsnsed the. greatest..num-,'

". :iirorldngman. stood the disoordaeioag wl0betweenIBlr.. ani| 'Jfrsr:Henpeck.r 1tiei:.'.foUr:mileadoivn thdCa- s'oy fine linens aid'laces,"but i'towe to:t1:c1t.T. V6he 09.'UAtered' her:'of .essnalitlea, the list),!sggregatn ''
,.; a' "{ e -ind tttem;'nudging;the;r*TWs'fs'a-'rifnc' ,"rheair'1ih -'wJnan, loo< ''kht:"?.f Uv' -'king"1 bounded 'they"ail "be"iinpfoved"by'drying: ;'In :the'attormf off Tybee Sunday. 'c .t'r-lTc. .v"jtH one ran .tU' d> *>a, '

I 1..M.up ,:id i whit.r, .: "Here, I'ten h .rnusbaud he wanos thin; '.rer tue chooutr's' bow with all the the sunor spreading
4", d.. . wit.r: 'yxm're.oil; thO' sKJnuKl man sh r eve l : " 'hilt 4 'Uty possible, dt'ii'4-' the :' bi an hoot or 8O In:the err h.;fore bang45 I i TE:',}-" .. wr ', r'' rn. .o dirty; and w }

'show.H Xondoa. . Ytgaro.a ., ._ sdelphla.Be. :'';',, ., ..;; I i I washer in1jheTackknocking': : :,;Ing Ji the;me 1o'drl. : r- .Fire,destroyed. .fourteen. .. buildings, one, continues under realnb-iiL ', _
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THE HOUSEHOLD. -.)fl the twill, tack it down very WITH THE JOKERS.-- BIDING HIS TIME. ? -.:: :j Ti .. ".,,.. _i-\\:_;' _

_ straight on the line and buttonhole the "Have you any hope of capturing The -, orxora'.rzrS; lt.
edges of.the leaves and stalks with .that .famous criminal?" '*"'_ ,
*- lJ.DY REDER4.t red embroidery cotton. When completed Little Item by Plople and Papers "t? course ;ve haT ." answered the H&jvdsome 189?' Catalogue, ."'

cut the ground-work of Who Believe that to Laugh is ,to eminent detective. "\( "What \ "
away albe hel be to PIantand; HOW to Plant !It. !.') '
: ( Hatters Pertaining to the Home- the twill close to the edges.of the buttonhole I be Happy; Clipped With- and come i'oO reduced financially that hell .' '
all about their Immense of5
c Helps and Hints: for the Housewife work and then place]. stitches I Jthout Credit. tave.io: go into business as a pnAhcartender. stock .4', _ _

-Prom Kitchen to Parlor about one-quarter of an inch king And then sooner or later oar Fruit Trees for r'iorida4PlantjngDeeClblng .

) The Fireside. from the buttonhole pattern to the I I l1.ULlLY! PRIDE. I IV.haIt police will nab him sore."-Washington .
1 lwe Star.FItOIIABLY. S over tOO TarleUes of choice FruU. suit flowers siid giving hIt 1nsticti ejto.. "
\ nonsense!" exclaimed the planting and cultivating same. Over 50 Handsome PhOtOgrshIC IU1I1raUooa-nd Views. ,
T I The Linen Closet. Do not permit table or bed linen tolie the maklnlf a veritable Album of Southern "rota and 'kjwer.,.The Umdrne C&ta1ou. -
: father be flung .
as will .ent free
proud young Send fop. U '
.: Women, by nature, adore linen, and from year to year without being book aside. I '11! (HAS .IT BEFORE of ::Fruits mtUcattou., ,copy: "It' llntered yo- 1'Q_area_io.r. '-
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I upon the quality and quantity, as well used. .It will last longer.for an occasional "To what do you refer?** asked the I S NOW. OVER 'QJ E- lA .'F MILLION TREES' IN STOCK.J '

; as the condition in which this import. washing. If it is already very mend who welcomed any topic that "I have made one man unhappy today '.

r ant adjunct to every well-ordered yellow cut up a pound of white soapIn did not lead to a description of *he* ," said the._successful author. ORA''NGE" 8 Citras AIT stsndud TrUolUts varieties, Sweet on or-gonr either { O'RA- 'NE8' 4.

household is kept, is the housewife four quarts of milk put it over the lomenal children. "Whom?" asked hia wife. orange stocks. _....:.--__, I ..

landed or condemned in foreign lands. store in a wash kettle and when the S "Old Squeezefiint. He asked for
'This statement that all men are my Satsuma: 1g .Citrus: Trifoliate Stocks:a Specialty;
'S. '; A bountiful suppIy of exquisite finish soap has dissolved put in the linen 'born equal. It'a an utter fallacy.. Why, autograph, and I mode out a check

may not be within the reach of all, and boil fifteen minutes; then washIn I my baby weighed ten: pounds when it tor. dollar and signed ri. 1 know he PEACHES I All th '.best, tried 1OU60 sod peaca teatfedin tims 4PEAGHES{

S but to have what yon own hemmed 4oap suds and rinse in two clean was born and Teckley" a weighed only is in misery thinking of..that'dollar.. he stock. ;

: and well kept is surely within the waters, bluing last water slightly. The 7y ."-Washington 1'ost. might: .have."-Indianapolis Journal.' Plums, Pears, Persimmons, Figs, MulberrjesGrapes; ,. ' ;__
( simplest province. possessor of a grass plat can whiten and other fruits and flowers adapted to Florida.Planting.in,proportion.( S

In hemming cloths and napkins by her choice linen by simply rinsing in NOT PEOFBSSIONAL. MILITARY HONORS. fV'
S _Over: of Choice EleldL Crown Roses. : ,
( hand do not make an ordinary hem, soap suds and laying it on the grass "When they had the collision. the Perry PatettieWhafs the differ- :- :; ;>1,!j ... ;,.,.... _

: but rather what is called in France an for two or three days.. Rinse in clear North river that fellow Tap; the po- coca between a prisoner of war and Two KSldBMBSR that WU PAY THB PIBIOUTS and that w.han duAAO'fO'ihi's-at t'r ._____
S YeanaDd
: ourlet surjet. Turn down the'damask water and dry on the line, and it will tee court lawyer, absolutely ,refused any other prisoner also that: we were Pioneersta seWnghighxrade, Nerecey\ Itockatlow prices, ''f ;"_____

If a quarter of an inch, as if for an or- be sweet and fresh and white. Fine to help get the water out of the Wayworn Watson-A prisoner of POMONA NUHSXHIIS: : _
hem and fold it back the war'don't have to break no rock. ininnati ( ,_ J. .
dinary on napery should never be wrung with aoht." : .
:) cloth. Take it altogether and, keeping the hand, as it is apt thus to be strain "What was the reason. ?" Enquirer. The Gritting Bros. Co.Proprs. .Macctenny,;Florida., jt _
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: the single side of the cloth toward ed. It should be straightened out and "lie said he never bailed' anything S "- 1 t& '

you, hold it and hem with the left j run as smoothly as possible through without being paid for it."-Cleye- PERHAPS. SHE'S CHANGED HER ,
thumb and forefinger and oversew it the wringer. Of course no starch is and Plain Dealer. "HER OPINION. OF. MATERIALS, |] _
as if you were doing what children necessary, and the cloth should be Mother What did the say to you in -5--, .i' -

;L PAil- "t./ n __in- ','" Th'i- IR- ion.. nnv profusely sprinkled over night, then Ethel-Why does your father object his letter, dear? S ,
a rule-the f-mcr trucker and fruit has '
.;. the wrong side of the cloth, is tinand Ironed quickly with hot irons until Jo Fred? Daughter-Reminded me that I grower to pay. two

makes' a very sightly finish. erfectly dry before being folded.- \Iarie-'a tried to borrow $10 of 'promised to wait for him' till he came HS commissions. A commission on. everything he buys and ,a _____
S commission on everything he sells. What.we desire4 -is .-'
Drawn-line insertions and hems are Exchange. him. back from the war and .not go with :
S .to him the commission' all the fertilizer he
save on :
uses by selling ' ,
; 'And Fred would let him haveit other _
done by machinery on all damask ---- : any young man while he was '
direct and thus avoiding the expense of a j. :salesman'
.traT (
( weaves, as it is impossible to draw the Who are the Best HousekeepersfUy ? S away.
threads and work it by hand. The observation has been, that the I "No; Fred gave it to him. And now I .Mother-Of course you wrote him and the commission of an agent. If;you are interested'in laving .

marking of tablecloths and napkins is best educated women make the finest pa says that Fred is'a' fob!.-Brooklyn that you.would be trueto your prom- these commissions give us your orders: for it 'is only'by-handling: ______
. large quantities of goods that small margins can be m i iWtat"! a.-We 4
sometimes done in delicate color, bal lousekeepers.' Of course they must Life. lee? :
L. were the first to take the initiative to reduce the of fertilizer J.
is never.. elegant as plain white. This have a fund of good common sense.I 'Daughter Well, yes,,and r told him steps '" _ _
'S ;is, however a matter of taste. If colors -i do DO.t know any place where brainpan BASEBALL AGAIN. very distinctly that I didn'4 think the to the ,growers and therefore sho tiM have tKeir support,, .
Martha (with )-What a horrible If you wish a special formula mixed we will do it for chaig-
l. are used, be careful to choose flax do more service than in the everyday ; war was beingpushed along as it you :

<)r < tton that washes well. Let, the routine of a housekeeper's life. deatJ1I'! *I", should be at all.-Detroit Tree Preu. ing the actual cost of materials used ,and $i per ton for: mixing.. ,

; be careful and the let. I[ know that many persons think cul- Keuben-What is? The following are 'our prices for the next 30 days. :. _. .' ___
embroidering Martha- sez here, "Murphy tried Sulphate Ammonia. 24 to H per cent:, am mania..... ...... ... .......... ;.............. _
: \ ten clear. tnr: and a high order of intellectual fast liner but it went A SYMPATHETIC POSE. Nitrate Soda, 17 to 20 per cent ammonia.. ...-.. .... .. M .. ....? .. .,...-..-...;t'.;.... _

To work: in satin stitch, first outline development unfit a woman for the to stop a U'a a, great pity!I" murmured the Dried Blood,,11 to IS per cent ammonia.. ........ ....... ........ ......_-..,.....;..<...
: and then,pad the heavy parts of ,the commonplace homely duties of everyday through him and it doesn't say man who has so many doilers he hatesto Blood and Bone.7 to I per. ct. ammonia,and:IS to 10 per et poospnorto acld.;'...<<.c....' : _'._____
life. Far from it. I know of just whether the captain of the liner was Bone. fine round. I to 4 per cot- am monk, per oaot. pbosphorio add. 'JUt 1
j ., 'design;AVhere1the monogram is !large give any up for fear of spoiling a Cotton Seed Veal 7 to f cent ..... .. . '' ,'
such ,who excellent arrested or uot.tip'4Dato./ Bright ,per ammonia .. ........,:- .,.,,.j s -
.j ,: probably the letters can be padded. women are man S fine collection.' Dark Cottdfc Seed Heal; $i to. 7 per cent ammonia..... .._... ..?-<...-..'*..;...-D.It: '-" _
S ;;. 2 (This should be done very carefully*' agers,. are domestic aud love their "Whw'a, tlhe matter?", inquired his Potash High Grade,'..to. 95 per cent sulpbaU potash U tOtS. per cat aetsalJt* ?- '':'
-"S U.---1f_ -uneven .r. executed, the work home, and are practical, to the high- A I wife. Potash Low Grade 43 to S3 per cent sulphate potash fl to 21' per cent aetaJ.;.*JUt. -- _
est degree. I think a woman less lNewwed-It must have been delightful Potash. Muriate. 80 to'85 per cent mnrtat of potash B to B5 par cent actual...'... _____
will never Jook well and want of MI was thinking ot the barbarity of;
to sacrifice, herself ,and abuse to hare lived in' those old BI.. Potash. Kainit M to J5 per cent. solphaU pot h, 13 to U per cent. aotna4l.'lUIHardwood :
in the finished design is'often likely : ble times. Think of the pleasure of war. I suppose those discrepuueies Ashes. I to I per cent actual potash............ ...I.;..,. '...;..;--.,..:'..., if a> _
S -.1.-..-. mafnlv# isi-- nnmlABA----- -miijinincr.----. -14'01'-- her strength-that_knows something. have to exist Bat it's a great pity Add Phoaphate U to :U per cent available PhosphorIc acld.1.;-....\_r;._.-.....'ia ia'
-- S this portion o of the work a coarser of anatomy ,and physiology and has living to such ripe.old ages as were bullets aren t as easy to dodge as Dissolved Bone Bl&ca.. U to 18 per cent available pbojphorjo'i: : ILaS; S '

cotton should be used than for the been taught the functions of her own enjoyed by :Metbusalah i and-er well, taxes."-Washington''-Star. Tobacco Dust. This dust Is sold by sample and is guaranteed to b* unleashed. '-:;"",

.5' body She is Jess apt to work day in by Methuselah.Oidwed and to contain all its fsrUusua and Insecticide properties.. -......".,,........... 2ftM': j
,embroidery Itself. Fasten' the thread and day, out and make housework a -Yes,. but think >f our Land Plaster..... ...... .>.......... ...i.....-....... .;......' ..'......![ ....-..., .*..;.;;?....;Hai t .'f' 't
-: with a few running stitches, never mothersinlawbeing able to enjoy 'alike WNOUA.NT.flDEZD."meyer Salt, either-coarse or One In JOO pound sacks. 8S cenU'or by to* toa ..t::;;.. tM 1:';
with a knot-a rule to be observed ,drudgery.. If she has brains she will want to see him again.said Copperas put up In any size package: 2%cents per pound'or by,th* ton*.,,,.;.:'su

also in embroidering,. except in very ,consider her own body and how be*' I9ngevity'-Alnslee'I Magazine. the blond "lie does not know how S Blood and\\ Bone, Bcne, Acid ,Phosphate, Dissolved Bone ..SuI-. 'J:'

: rare instances. Finish off the thread to, care and rest It. I think often /SUBTEBFUGE.Office .!to .help a woman mount a horse.." phate Ammonia and Kainit are put ip in 200 pound sacks O tt D..

drawIng down the traclngatit.chea., mothers and. wives bring about the Boy-Please, sir, may I go to "What of that?" asked the brunette Seed Meal and1! Laca Plaster, 100 pound sacks._ Potash; all kinds L

'.' S orsome part'of the pattern that is already result of overwork through lack of the baseball game today? "LoU of men don't know how." except Kainit, \1224 pounds.:, Nitrate Soda is in ; in'ezi. racksfrojn'

;' finished. Fill In the?spaces.between knowledge: believes she can trifle Bis Employer (somewhat absentminded "But he didnt know enough not to 200 to 300 pounds. Hard Wood Ashes, barrels of as )pound'VJTb-- .

: the lines with a padding( of with. mechanism finer than the mod )-No, sir. You can't deceiveme !tay."-Vim bacco: : Dust in ,too aud 125 pound bags and cases ol;356'10 450;

S loosely run threads, so that they lie delicate instrument, and pays the sir. Some one of your relatives pounds., :) S "V y

: thickly and solidly in the center, andahade penalty with i ,her life. The pages of Is dead and ,want to steal The Cultivation 1 "
off on both aides. The round household journals do much to helpand you 8IW&y&Dd of Bulbs. S E. O.. PAINTER' & CO. \ 4' r
to the funeral. Oh I
save.coung'iousekeepera! if only go was a The, indoor cultivation of bulbs is .t '
\. .ness and fullness of the embroider: ; boy myself once I Vim. S Cbcnn11Je,.ma.. ,. i '" ; 'SS'im
they will rest, and read little helps being tried every year by larger nnmbers .
: depends! upon the firmness of his sobS .L_ .. '-' _
"In of flower lovers and devotee -- ,
stratum; of threads. IiLnd..hlnt. _which. ,are.goldea. everyday \MB. ASBURY PEPPERS. -" -- - S \: '. ... -; .:' .-:
gained is usually a bul6 enthusiast .
an energetic 1
,: should cleaning, says ?I sete," said the youngest boarder, S ;:-
A supply of small tray cloths *., -
housekeeper :WhO' does:her own work, made, as they present so many charming . !: S :.
S at all times be found In the linen, "that one man who has enHdted Is ; '
you flc.il M i.: .
"I found that sweepingwas the hard possibilities. P -.S man woo, :Interested lath
,These.can be bought in linen under his former coachman as superior welfare '
of.Tbuida"and +
S press. Bulbs <>' : ,you wfff and .
eat can be cool "Jl
work I had to do. The dust,hurt grown in rooms, ItBs
S' .'.::ready stamped for embroidering, With officer. the one who Ii'51n no snailT.wayTOUyaltve ,
my throat,;.!and the eyery-day sweep- where the successful cultivation of :: ;: the lnt.restI of 4.
: fringe or drawn thread already mad > "Well, said !Asbury Peppers, "just J : Jo its metropous, ,
S *agtired my hack, and I experimented tender house plants would be impossible. i the;C1b: of.. : -
.on them.- Very good tray clothsCan, think of all the men in the late war .. .. '
., and, fZfand a better way than the They are sure, to. bloom anc !
who served under 'a Bu'Uer.1lbinmdi e'"t2
: be made from an old table cloth., CutS ; t
old, she said. ): ttied. sweeping only require comparatively little'care- JACKSOMVllli
out the beat portions and edge 'them Enquirer.: 0." ; .
S : once week; the other days I picked surely an imposing list of virtues. f -
Torchon lace. borders
with Scalloped
: up,thread, straws,.' for .
clolhs novel e.
.. are and '
S. tray pretty,
S bt taioe. scarcely: worth. 'while doing, this., I :filled a bucket half-full of this piano is borri and Easter lilies; all'these are ao's. 11t will not occur',to aha ttoat'hs j is-aot M
tepid water 'dissolved! two: charming and should be literary co.lection .- ;; interested '
S ; material. tablespoontale bly out of tnne.. alUiouco his homa his,>smayr.
; iide
on new For '
board cloths' ..a'border of VirginiaS of Peariine into, :"thia, stirred, i iup It Nervous Parent-Y-e-s, my dear, ila. but there are other less snd'kIndx.imayb.tn". ,- '..: -. : "L ..., '

-'; looks and dipped my broom into It and I guess yon'd better not play on i it! known bulbs ..that are equally descrylug. ,
eitremely Jii-S
well if
; .;creeper inTurkey J iwilL! Iron off the dOne s Jfvept the .oarpei'1ldthby: width. If I any more unfit-It has: been -tuned: .' The State College TAM-pt ?

: ; ,patter,I the water, looked- black or dirty 1 ,"WelL I won't. When will .YOU lave Tulips and hyacinths should be pot At \ .
Lakaty s-v
<, '- changed It. and added!, the, samearifount lit fixed." ted early as they need, from five to 1' not,only'a wlaier:feb55'or- cremt.J- ..
: of Peariine. It: freshens I eight weeks in the cellar or pit. Offers'Superior Advantages for Acqulr'inga bat' busiest ,
I ,: }: : : up 01. In a year or so. -N. Y. Week nance onset the and,most, "
, Scroflila'- to . : and cleans."without 'fading'the mostdfceccdiri. )y. The Due Van Thol tulips are'more .1 proBTessfv in'th.'eotlr. BouUi.- : "f'
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; I!< ,1 tP ,.'- ,!I .. ,I found, after sweeping .-- commonly, forced and are 'charming.The GOOD EDUCATlOIf ; .- -

; once a.week this way, my carpets single earliea are also forced, and :J.
: TOO. WFUL. .
CQnttttlptiOItt ; Along the lines of Modern Thought.and
T t ; did,'notneed_ sweeping; .every day. It "I hope," eaid tlfewpop,,"that If the are larger aod showier-but somewhatmore I Activity. ,ANDlike, D.. :, {"? ".
: ." '" was such a rest, besides the time Itg..ve'me' Spaniards bombard New York difficult'and uncertain.,. A don- "
: i ,- for they ble I, EngineersPhysicians, Bookkeepers !lithe Its'SidAr_____ ->lM..: the_ II _th__Pfttt__d'_ _!.....', .
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.Any one predisposed to Scrofula can reading or' :other work.I will do BO in the daytime." tulip,forced is a thing beauty "
Xratarnsl "
; 'i., S DeTer,,be' healthy and vigorous. This swept, 'onroom one,,day,and another "So that you can dodge?"' and a joy, alas,'not forever, but whileit Agriculturists,' I car city ot'Union;; the.' ,.-UJquef.4be&1IUtaI 4j' 1
taint,in the blood naturally drifts into -'the next." Perhaps this little "No; so they will not wake t the lasts; The'pure whites, look like Chemists I '", '

O 1 ptlon.Beingauchadeeseated i suggestion may .help some otherhousekeeper. baby." -Town Topics. *. brides,. and the variegated red ,and S.'. C. 1: _,--l.1:..

blood':disease" ,j Swift's Specific IB the i : .-Exchange.. yellows give glorious bits of;coior\o, SUCCESSFUL JttKJJ ACT 'WOaiKJI I KEY WEST ,

'S 5 'only known core for Scrofula, becauseit HE' AGREED. WITH HER. 1 mid-winter. In &Departments of' Industry have I -.,-'-- -".

is the' ::Hints for!Housewives She-There are: periods in a man I *. If inclined to' blossom too soon cap been Educated here. t M ih>,

: the disease.; !IS ,,' )VhitIng- that,la used io polish mirrors i lfe'when! he should come to a full with a 'hollowpaper'cone".and..the I Is dow to the .warm waters[of Ja-:
Fall Term Begins Oct. 4. Send new moos Gulf. and. eadI.ther8bJ\ ..connected<<
Scrofula apoeared head of jnr little : windows is applied by top., stem wUI this also '
or best applies
,. grandchild when months oldj-Shortly lengthen. ; Illustrated Catalogue to ' for transportation,yet both'an linked to
I after-breaking oalr spread rapidly all over haying it:in muslin b p., The glasssurta5cils 'He Of course; what else a.Teperl: to hyacinths. : I the world by.thi bast. T
her body. The sbsoa the porel would peel
5ff On the eltpatest.touch,sad ,the odor,that first slightly,moistened, S C would arise made the at. S .i Lake City;Florida. 0-
ttospherv, &I.." rooatokening ,r bagrubbed over it.thoroughly, and a known of winter bulbs and can be .

S '". disease and next unbearable.The attacked.. .final .polish.given ,with: chamois or acrumpled There Is more Catarrh in this Action grown'In dirt or,glasses of water, but RAILWAYin .

S .... J 1 the eves and we feared she l ,newspaper.. t 1) of the country than all other disease dirt! is much more satisfactory 7 r

S S f' .... "5 would physlelaiia her sight.from,,XmInent the-{, , ,, -A.small..dishof' ,' ..:powdered charcoal put together,'and until the las Always purchase .them as all other ROLLINS COLLEGE tb 'coantry-and we leave you to'peR'ita ,, ,'

': "surrounding country: were > , kepton' one! of the:upper: shelves of few years was supposed to be Incura bulbs,, from'reliable dealers and shun :name only remarklny that you can'
swuulted, but : "
soulS do see more from Its oar windows than
,S if aothlac to relieve the lit-., ,.:':' the ,refrigerator'.la:an excellent thing ble. For a great majiy years doctors department store bulbs and those ped SSTANDSThOR.OUGII : FOR. any other way. -It you .cannot., flndUts by',

".. S U tie their Innocent opinion, sad that rare the U .. -, to'absorb odors..It.should changed pronounced it a 'local disease, and dIed by',street fakirs. EDUCATION. name ,:her look on your railway ,tickets, '

f'' ,case was hopeless and linitnastbie .. every 'few"d j ., prescribed local Us S -1
Si'< S to save the child's eyesights it was S remedies, and by.constantly Good drainage with these, as with PRACTICAL EDUCATION. _

; S town that 'We decided to try 81ril 'a fipedflo. 'To:' make vhltewashpitbal1a peck falling to cure with local tulips essential., Plant in 'a rich MODERN( EDUCATION. , '*
>That medicine at once made a speedy and compleU of fresh lime'into,..large bucket,'pour treatment, pronounced it Incurable composition to which sand has been ;
cure. She is now a young lady,and *".."l&erer --
.S, ) S had a alga S-.- -of- -the dUeaaeto retnm. II'over sufficient:boiling'.watei5to thor Science has prove}}- Vatarrh to be'a addedv.:.Ex.- DEPARtMENTS:- TllIBEST ROUTE.
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r; S S -kl1na.E&D. oughly4-slaTck( cover f o keep the constitutional. disease, and b.ref.rc .5 CoD Jlatc. Preparstory., : Commercial- :..

: : Scrofula an obstinate blood disease, f steiin.'WbCn'thebubbU4eases'andtbelimethikena requires ''constitutional treatment.Halt' Musk, Art, Normal.Xvery J ..., ,
: "",, : and Is beyond'the:" reach of,the average'Uood 't. ,, add..sufficient water Catarrh,Cure, manufactured>y Is laid the Initrnc- .Ss SFor
medicine. Swift'* Specific to. make'it'-*he'consistency of thick & 'i. upon particulars,' schedule;riUsv,.,,
S F. J. Cheney : CoT:, 'Toledo, Ohio lion given. who The have T.dao.111s.b.th1ghea' = writ.'to O. D. ,A.ekerl7 General Faaseo- '

cream.' Strain through a sieve; add to the only constitutional! cure on, the are positions experts [ colleges in-th ser Agent Jacksonrai, .. .J'la.b, : _"
ft *:S.SJ Blood it a. teaspoonfuloflampblack: ,. andSufficient market. It Is'taked'lnier "i'1In'd ..- land.< t
Location.Healthful Surround.tugs.
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The j indigo .trie": it i! a.blue cast. es'.from '10 drops) a"teaspoonful. It 5_ S ,; ,Modern Methoda weh.lurnhihed Excellent Library ; ,: .--', "' '..., ;'.
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eeated;diseases; t RO...S down-to the f system. a room to.himself without extra iarge.'
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FARM GROVE GARDEN I'I ing very rigSdly, and sometimes the lI'ertillzera.-Fertillzent are very seldom end of the month, but it 'a best not to I disappearance of home-grown fruits I well as Florida, Is too damp to produce

coolie is compelled to pull out his used in Deli, and never on new be in too great a hurry with this. 0s and vegetables in the North the fresh' lemons that wIlT carry as well oi '

plants and replant them the uextI land. In the graes lands It is flome- .the cane don't begin to secrete any ones begin to appear from Florida, keep .as long. &II the product of th< :

UATTERS THAT WILL INTEREST I day. Many disturbances arise over times necessary to use fertilizers. In saccharine in quantity until fully ripe. and week by week advance up the Mediterranean countries or (ialifor4 (
AND AID BOIL TILLERS. i this question and serious quarrels are this case about 300 pounds of guano Hot sunny days and cool nights hast- coast until summer prevails in the nla, with their dry climates and irrigated .

:;; Correspondence of Experienced Ken the consequence. When the snort Are used .to a field after first mixing ens the maturity of cane. Northern temperate regions. But it is groves. The West Indian lime

; and Interesting Extracts Trom planting is discovered by the Euro- it with the same amount of wood ash- Cabbage seed for early spring transplanting not in the Atlantic coast states slone may, however, become better known.

Our Agricultural Exchanges Concerning i pean assistant -the next day after it es. It is applied either dry or in liquid should be sown this month. that truck-growing has proved re- and a cheap competitor of the Icmon.j

Our P&rmCropL { U done it is a good lesson for the form. When applied as a liquid it U Onion seed should also be sown and munerative. In Eastern :Tennessee The first' comparison of oranges ..is',_
.fr : i {'oolll".. and.. he is not ant to. nlant. well mixed with water range '
- 'C' -- about one onion sets should be planted at intervals particularly around Chattanooga; in in the quality of the fruit. The or- .

_' h Tobacco Growing in Sumatra. I.: sfcort again; but after a few days quant of the guano to an ordinary of a couple of weeks apart.Jf the western part of that State; in like most other fruits ahows ,

;' Prom Air. Emile Mulder's interesting have passed and the plants are growing bucket of water. It is then applied corn has not been gathered' it southwest Virginia; in portions of highest flavor at the extreme north;

_ !:, bulletin on the Cultivation of Tobacoo |.i it U rather hard to have to pull to the young plants shortly beforethe should be done at once and in layingit Mississippi along the Gulf; in Louisiana ern limit of its production; and the j

\ in Sumatra, published by tihe them out and reset the plauts pulled shade planks are taken off, andit away in the crib sprinkle sal; liberally - with Hammond aa its center; in West Indian fruit has to be gathered' -

__A "i< "\lilted"Stakes Department of Agriculture : out is only given to (those plants which over it, this will prevent he Arkansas where strawberries and before fully ripe or,colored to show j' :,

-'f. : we make the following extraoU: I Stirring the Soil and Watering.The .- seem yellqw and .weak. In applyingthe tveavils from destroying it and Also potatoes are taking the place of cot- sufficient acid to be palatable to the

Sotting Out the Plants. Trans- cultivation of ,the crop is never liquid a small ditch is made improves the quality of the earn. ton, and in the magnificent Gulf coast Inhabitants of the temperate,racing < '

<.- 'j)1I.n't.ing- begin -about the last of done as in his country by plows or about two inches wide around the of Texas, the trucking acreage is climate of the United States. This :

.,Z{ (\ .gi.rch and te continued until the beginning cultivators but is. oil done by hand plants and 1% inches deep, and a October in which is the only month in the growing wider every year. necessarily makes a short and early ,.
year scuppernong
with the tjankol. The field is usually quantity of tie mixture grapescan for fruit of for '
:-A. of June. Experience ha poured in. be trimmed without bleeding "Prompt handling by the railroads season good quality -
shown thai after that date the re- cultivated 'three times during the sea- After the mixture has soaked i in, the therfoFe if of refrigerator cars and a steady demandin by Christmas most of the fruit is flat ,
son. The first time the plants are ditch is covered wi-th.the soil' any your scuppernong and It Is that -
that insipid. possible special
: sufru are not *o> fJBlctlory.Q was vines wantt trimming do it the are encouragements for
.. now.
about nine inches high. The coolle .
taken out. It Is desirable locations localities be found
\ The field is first thoroughly broken very to APply the undertaking. The soil of the or may
g r no a depth of a foot with the places' himself between two rows of this mixture immediately before Japan persimmons can be grafted South are peculiarly adapted to the where oranges will keep lateror, show :amore
up and makes a little in onto our native persimmon now. This 4i
plants : gutter a rain. It is for character and
the -
European experiment
; trfankoi. The coolie then carefully necessary industry, and the tendency toward may
mokes excellent fruit and is the I
coming I
the middle, about the width of his
assistant to see that the coolie the diversification of aided by i show that budded varieties may extend -
intends crops
clears the piece which he ,
; tjankoi, whleh "is about eight inches does this work properly and paying fruit for UB her <\n<\ the ithe season but although the ,
andrakes' < the the influx of small farmers from the ; t. '
of all etc.,
plant stumps grass j wide. He takes dirt and loose earth demand is yearly increasing l .r it and '
I fertilizer is not- . armUwl- tan np ir fi_. orth and West, will tend to accelerate early gathered Jamaica oranges'of
1 the ground carefully, so that it c"A
up with this Instrument and puts it roots, 8t it Is then liable .to seriously I being on the native stock is perfectly the movement, which,will have compare favorably with Florida seed-
smooth and
has A even
;\ ia done the day before appearance.This the transplanthig' against the plant, evenly divided on Injure the plant. When used dry the hardy and not subject to any disease additional support in the upbuilding ling fruit- and the 'Havana oranges are ui

'- each clde. It is absolutely necessary fertilizer is scattered broadcast at whatever. similar in character, yet it is doubtful '
; of manufacturing industries of the
Ps } The tOofce is then provided
; ; to make this quite level, as the plants the time the field is 'planted. Besides Bail splitting and land clearing is .South. if any West India fruit will ever l '
.9 with A string of' the same length
piantt under no 'circumstances must be allowed in order whenever time and opportunity -i '
guano, boenkil is frequently used in compete seriously with the Florida
\ as the width of the field, namely, Allows also see that all stables "This subject becoming such a
: to stand in si hole where the the same way. This is a fertilizer midseason varieties. The carrying '
about feo'f eei iBaoh end of the string and barns are weather tight, if nt i large oDe that the Southern Farm
_ water could accumulate. This first madeJn cakes, and consists mainly of quality and the distance of transportation .
\ ia securefly- attached to a stick three niake them I Magazine, of Baltimore for October
(cultivation' leaves a email gutter between cottonseed meal. Horse and cow ma- 80.Kore are also against West Indtan., '
.feet long for the purpose of toying devotes a large portion of its reading : '
.' the rows about four Inches nure is also used to some extent, but 'I fruit Grown In a ho -houe climate
'f off lie rows. The string iteelf, is di- Irish Potatoes. pages to different features of it."
deep which also serves the ( in. of excessive rains and '
c ; purpose the quantity available is not larg; a season ,
I .,rx jdedInto .spaces Of ltIWo t feet "by securely I at the farmers of the While we in the main with
-.i of allowing the rain ;''water to run off enough to be of any particular account. surprised agree moisture the fruit lacks the toughness '
: 'tying red or blue ribbon or to the outside ditches. Before planting . South, and especially myaelf says a II the aibove statement of the Southern 'of skin and tissue necessary'to.
it.f .:. ,'cord at tiieee Intervals. These show the coolie goes around and care writer in the Florida. Farmer, for Farm Magazine, there ore some pointsit withstand the rough handling it gets '
\ '4 *hem the plants are to go in the row. ignores. "Prompt handling by rail
to extent the
fully clears out the; ditches around October in West Florida. neglecting a grievous from careless and unskilled labor in
," .'Th ole"then provides himself with the field so that .they! may be prepared -] Mr. C. K. .1lcQua Tie writing in the extensive cultivation of that most roads and refrigerator cars" are not.the Islands. The preliminary3 loss is '
1g 'a. :plant stick abdtft five feet long and and wholesome and the only requisites to the development
n and oft productive economical .
perfectly rapidly
carry I Walton County Guide, says: large and the least wastage in transit
- ;, 'Sharpened at ) end. The middle the rains which still be food plant, the Irish potato. of the industry. There must e a fur- '
''' vy can This month is generally a very busy Is found when packed bi barrels -.
ottie Vtick IB flattened somewhat Millions of dollars from the South thervo-operationou the part of the ;
While his go which
expected. cultivating considerable circulation
crop month with the West Florida Farmer glvte
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:that_ li may foe held'more securely. Af- companies in the matter - .
into transportation
he does.the same tUng and uses the tf he is progressive and wants to every year coffers of Northern and 'ventilation, .owjng to the:.necessarily 1
.iersitietching ibe plant string across of The best service In the
and Western for'some 'rates
mud out of the ditches, after first dry get ah ad. growers loose storage of cargo Packed
---w the (field the holes are made with the that farmer world and the most improved refrigerator -
thing raise in -
In'cthe can
; ing It sun toiput I against the If rye had 'not been sowed ;in September every in Florida style boxei-theJaaiaIes
j7 -lttlck about -four inches deep, andihrwThfchesVWe. If: tthe weather be abundance on his own farm here In cars will avail nothing if the 4
plants. should ( very it"certainly should be put In fruit has caused great loss tne'shlp-. _. -
,: In this way about dry for few days immediately after the ground as early this month as the sunny South. I do not mean to charges for transporting the truck to perm, owing to lack oLventilation .wi -

':250 or:300notes are prepared in tows planting, the coolie qff n has to water .possible. It to seed liberally so assert that no potatoes are produced market is placed At such a price as to beat of the season in transit-": -- T'
pays .
ffl: ::three l eet apart .the boles in -eachi1ag.wrose here for farmer consume the profit of the shipper.
? : his, young plants by hand. For as to get a good standif, intended for every usually-plant* ,Lastly, however,it will require,yean< ,
: The holes .
apart. this and for watering his heed from one peck to one bushel being The truck farms of Florida are a .
purpose the purpose of plowing under in the to build up a systematic industry. Orange
.: reC iwwtered Immediately be for* thev' bed .he uses clean water from a green state for the improvement of governed by the size of his family, long way from the great centers of groves In the Florida sense*'do : -

( plkns"are 'put in.f stream or,well and not the dirty wa the soil a good plan is to mix crimson and from May 15th to July 15th he has consumption and the farmers have not exist in the West Indies. A few '
KW :.Early the next morning after these1rt terfrouithedltch. a few potatoes. Except around cities much to contend with in ha 'matter '
'. clover seed with it. Half of each will have, been. started in Jamaica, '
:holesore;: mode the''cootie pu'.1. 'ont The, heavy rains <5otmmence 'to fall make an excellent cover for the soil where,market gardens are run, I have of climatic hardships. When the hard but the orange trees are scattered ,

U 1s cuV&krbf" .the ,besVpIanta, from his, sooner.on :the upland* -that is, those during Ithe winter season and will be never seen an acre in potatoes on a ships that come to them 'through about the plantations and f forest like '

f>lntfbei, Those which are fresh: In the south part of' 4he tobacco district all the better for fertilizing purpoiea. single farm for nine or ten months frost' and drouth are added to those cider apple trees l In the northern pastures
t4-r' .looking and-which -have a healthy than In lowiands therefore of the year people in the country and thai from excessive 'for '
." the To a lot of farmers it looks like sheer come charges with .an almost corresponding .
..-{ Jgreen:))); of course, selected! the transplanting. cultivation begins waste to plow under good crops in Ihe small towns and villages either foregothe the transportation of their produce lack of uniformity of fruit compared '

: .Tbe'polling1 ta'dooe "when the dew Is sooner ion.the higher estates than spring, but ,practical experience has luxury of these succulent tubers it can readily be seen that the Florida with standard budded varieties. , '
'da L the: lant. .''bed Is Ant wet or'purchase them from local '
others. growers trucker has no light load to
onjthe proved thousands of times that this ,carry In rich Cuban soils thetrees -will
: '_.thoro"tirhly-with'-water and the plant ;'Tie" second'cultivation takes place I. true -economy, for it more than at most,exorbitant rates. With a little and that his U br no-means bed of necessarily grow- faster than in the : a I
j4 ; "are. makes it in future Puts Florida
up crops. of but It will
r '. >not tb,injure'the root A little earth might be supplied the entire and ordinary groves ,
inches'hlgb.The little gutter" the year transportation companies are highway
tt humus in the soil'and green rye and 'require ten 'toprove
: :'ta teftSofi: :ihe'root The 'plant are middle of the row'is made deeper and fts roots de ompo>ed In the soilwill the,money paid for seed used and robbers who stand ready to seize undoubtedly conditions, bond. up years sufficient .

1 ,.. -put-upright *n a basket in suh a way the soil which comes from it Is again drive away all slugs cutworms and eating potatoes might easily be kept every penny of the trucker, but we localities. to command economical .

4q.{ ;.AS to ,support each other. They. e putt againvt'the pdantaj as' In the first every other kind 'of .worm. If; however ait home. Of course, if every farmer hold that the truckers and the transportation groves transportation facilities and
". Vv.usaaUy-from three to .six in s',et long eulti"tloo. Before how raised an abundance, there would be should be
doing so, the rye crop is intended be companies practically to irein native labor to handle the "
.' "._.at.Hie time of puffirig. 'When the r .--I ever.ihe_ ooolie takes- off the leaves saved lor straw and grain it will re no great demand In our local market, partners. If the trucker is fruit'In' a careful and skillful man '

'.l:. "quired umber has. been pulled the on the (bottom of the, plant to the quire some fertilization to give ,a satisfactory bat the demand abroad for superior' assured a large margin of profit; the ' ,
tops are aprrnkled! with water an,! th" potatoes is always good and supply- and .
height of ftboutt three inches and putstheJq'vound'the ; e.bout 400 pounds of acreage will be increased ihe ner.Wagon '
-crop '
'" :.bosket, is covered with a piece of item and packs the acid phosphate and potash Is suitable ing, ourselves instead of buying transportation companies will profit roads do not exist and must : '

; ;.cloth.. 'The. basket Jathe'k taken to soil on hese. He Is exceedingly careful for this crop.rI'owarda would be an immense saving in a by it. If,' on the other hand, the be built The,railroads must Improve '
"b 'the coolie's lodging.'where it. remains U has been clearly their equipment.and termlnaf facilities "
/ In'breaking theie-lee.'ett 'to nee the end of the month oats single season. freight charges leave no profit for the '
: :trntll;4 o'dock in.:the aftcrooon.. After that (hebr keD.'eDd.Il covered op immediately should be sown.: They do ,well to follow demonstrated that two crops of potatoes grower, the Inevitable result will be a 'and sufficient fruit mtrst be offer '

,.o ;:polling, \he'ptettta 'the, plant bed eo'as.not toexpose; the injured ) 'sweet .potatoes but as a general may 'be successfully grown anywhere reduction of acreage and loss of business ed to induce specially ventilated

:.. .'/ore" again watered'and the .loose dirt .parts to ihe .. ''j At tils second. rule they do well almost after arty in the South planting ia February for the railroads. When the steamers to come forward for. .'.. ser

?. \\M'carefully:.packed again. When the cultiyartion>1J1". plants i are caretf uily A general rule Is to broadcastthe and again.in August. Those railroads take this view of it, we wUl Tic .. --' -', "
; 'seed;,bed'begins-to 1' 'look yellow and crop. produced in the spring will supply ur In the matter of freight' notes ,the; ,
/ examinedidi'.1l. .. Backers.are remov seed and plow it under. A good hear no more complaints from the .
:' 'liepsMrbi3getxod] And sickly It is 1 wants during the summer and the fruit con probably be carried about, "
'jt4 eeL heaarebioken: off and burled deal ,of seed Is lost In this wayby truckers as the transportation people ;:

.: ,Abandoned And 'ra ed over. By this around the':stem.of the plant' In the being plan.ted.too deep and It.falls to fall crop can Jbe stored for winter use. will reduce their rates to the lowest ascheaply'frcmtheWestlndletothe
i..tk :tfme ;Uot1l11'! bed,whteh was planted 1 There ore several methods of seaport cities of the UnKed States
same)w.y.as the leaves, so as to protect come The best is to plow possible notch and thus divide profit
up. way
_. 3" c, 'wik/dajri"Tater'; "m!'.be, ready,' end .the,steim. -i I the land (diM then sow the seed and them up to xeep t.hrongh'the winter, with their co-partnera. as from the"Florida PoI Iftherej.; 4
;,t\ ,inos the coolie iaa a constant supply The third .1aat.ct4t1vatlon take which will be discussed later, .and discrimination or rebates'however .
work it Into the soil with an ordinary *
"i\; ; :'fo keep him! at.work until his field is place vhenHhe plants'are: elboiit two' I one-horse cultivator, afterwards harrowing should any one be so incredulous as Cassava for Stock. the Florida 'fruit by railroad' wW' J. ,
; .r. 4 : to have no faith lit them let.him remember have a considerable advantage. The ( .
: i timestand
aAibcn1lt'4. feet high); -Tbe rows 'lay this it smooth and If possible roll !
: 1 ( 'o' Jock, In the afternoon in rather'.high ''ridges BO that the soIl, .. as to have'few bumps. in how sound north-grown potatoes There are ,farmers in Walton county banana trade however, "win probably ,

: ; .Whence: W*'&* the'ran are. 'not very'MtrbngHheJcDone theare'we1, protected from the the .surface to keep from washing shipped in open barrels. remain West Florida who have raised cassava be''a more serious competition* iJI

__ ; 'takes th( < basket, ; ". ,< ._ during heavy rams.If -in' wareroomt of 'loch) mer- for thirty years and And it a northern plea and Florida oranges 1 .

i 'and':drops a plant:near every hole. e&v.Dilse&lel. Uu.Pbuits.--/rhe tobac- any slight frost dccurs it will be chants. Along the Gulf coast and In most valuable plant. It has an the and_banana fruiters may carry some

(fi Wl." all are.dropped, he commences plaits'are'truliject' to Injury in a necessary, to. dig 'the Meet potato the frontier counties of our State, the edible qualities off the Irfafli potato, West India.oranges. The possibilityof

__ t.t: ', to fJOaat.' ,!He aotda *he:plant In ,the number of.ways., .Freq-Ueotly worm crop. A good way ito do this is to use thrifty Teuton has built prosperous and three'times productiveness. It cheap refrigeration for the perishable :

:* deilavith: ,. l his left hand settles.in' :the*.tem 'of a plant or In a good turning plow barring off the and 'happy homes and he would as will perhaps never take the place of Wt IndJeA tropical'fruiU. and- ,)

'j ,aDd.I.rlcht..t8Ddfprenea." the the stem',of a'ieaf and feeds, upon the rows quite ;heavily And splitting up soon think of missing a cotton or corn the potato on our tables but for stock orange is A question of. the -future ,

..- -diaround Ihe' root"" carefully but plant-until becomes sickly. These the middles doing the whole opera crop as of missing -aift\ Irish potato' feed is of such great valuethat Ii and does not,seem near an'early.sola' -

",' ,&eSSfTku_ he tAn 'giTe'the plant sick plants-ore;recognized.-by the ap- tion In three times. In this! way crop. He has potatoes'from April 1st makes an' acre at poof wiregrasspiney -tlan. .' .

i;ii: ..: f'.".Bght pull,without.remoTing.lt.. I nearance offehe'tM.Tea." some of them three men,and a mule con dig a good till March 31st and they constitute A woods equal in producing capacIty Another question Is whether the clImatic
Shading1;'_.(the Young IP1aAt becoming contracted, T he Only remedy ' many bushels, of potatoes in;:.a day large portion of his usually sumptuous to the best'acre' in the AJt ama political,' social and language :

?./ :.there lime--'the sain'erenlng, or h'io'pull'np.the pHni and wotk After the potatoes are.'dag they bill of fare. They sell large quantities River bottom Hogs prefer it;to potatoes. : conditions 'will not prove too detrimental

,/ f,. t ,otherwise early the. next morning, the, the."'ground' ,(ver. '6otn tlmes' the should be thrown In piles of twenty- to consumers in neighboring It ii as crisp and as white aa to the'eluB of small capitalists ', .

:' '- t' ;.- coolie.(oonuneaces to put In the shade plantspufilnthe'grOuna; the same, five to ,thirty ..bushelsand, allowed to towns and cities at good prices, while a oocoantrt and very rich 'in starch. who are most successful as hortkmlturiste. -*, '

u, 'planks. *Thew ire''in'the shape:of,& place ere.agafo 'troubled in the same lie for a few days so,,as to sweeten, his less thoughtful and shiftless na Hens will lay eggs oo 'cassava equal .

.. -1 ,ih1iloree; ft,rery'thin, lightwood wai'A.The,oooJie,1 I who does not wish then they should be pitted in long tive-born neighbor raises cotton and to a wheat diet. Throw a root over The uncertainty of securing good"

,r." ..... CI- about seven relghtlnehei long to 4ose e.the" dzit, ,,\yilljoften try to Y- ha.ped pit ebout four 4ee4 .wide at buys his. potatoes, and that, too, generally to them in the morning and they win land title In many places and the dif

.. and. !bout(fire inches high. They cost doxrtor: it,;by'. cutting the stem open the base and ''tapering off at the top ona credit.-Southern Culti never let up on H till it Is an gone. ficulty' In finding locations sufQciently ,, ; -

:. -.p. / I from$8. to'SB per;10,000. Each coolie and ,takingJ; the worm.oat, bat. the (to a ridge; then covered with straw or vator. The pecking is good exercise for near transportation and business 'IscllitleswithWeamong'the'jealOusIes -

','f ,stippllw'nimcelf rfti sbout 3,00 of plaM'AO.treated: never amount hay, :.and a couple of inches of soil them; it makes them lay well. They .S.-J i-

,;:' .Z :these tpIanb/stbch are added' to hlfl'jMCcaunti'btrt to.urechand1t1s'; best io.pull it upanddestroy over the hay. and boards. on the outside Soutncm Truck Farming. will never wander and scratch aa lang of a treacherous and lately;!opposed '

:::if. ( if,he devlrei to do so he 'it.AnotherInjnz7. '<. to shed.water. Pits made In.this "Fifty there was in the as there U a shred of a root left. and waning,8pLnlaA. Dd Cuban' population -. '
X'j,, an.mum,1J1emder.uee: and get 'causes:;the'socalledgllos years ago most cause Intending settlers .
: containing-elghty to.one hundred South almost nothing of truck-grow It does not rot like the potato, but
.' $ :credit for frbat he returns."Theplanbrare or vorkscrewp1an.t. The plant to investigate' carefully' before making '
; will
bushels will keep perfectly sound all the in lie in the mud for a month and
lag, agricultural pursuit which
:: f ; f atln; slanting over at A certain"height suddenlybecomesbenrt ;\ aound. a "enttrresnd although there is
: winter and come,out ,in the .pring in the' past twenty ,years has assumed be We 'have seen it dug in ,
:p.r :riant*'in such that I"o aterooked andithe leaves in.
\. ytrang.{ away way"" perfect order. I; have ;laid -away my vast proportions and which Is in- March.after having been in the wet damage occasionally from frost
.; ,;1. '1.be.opent' o : to the east. This are stracgely Intr1edhe only thing sweet,,potatoes In this.manner for a of ground nearly covered with water all Florida the hurricane Is a yearly visitant

?.1"! //shuts.out:the'nociKbky heat,:and lets to be'"doi>e, (this ieaketf.; to' >cut the number of years and 1 haer not'lost a creasing the early with period everyyeaz.are scarce Figures but there winter, and ft was sound. The most of Cuba and only mountain r''h

tii. .theih1ne on tha.plaots only early stem off wfher('lbwlrtcommences: [ '
}: pecjc! in ten years. One.main point I in 1s a' record-that in June and July.the difficult part of Its culture is to:keep sheltered orange groves can escape.
..pt .- in the. .m !. As"lie, .plairts grow but even.thi*:will.not, always 'nme i digging &el. laying away sweet ,potatoes farmers near Norfolk Va., who. had the seed (tfealks) through the wInter E L Hubbard in Farmer and FruIt. '-

j '... the planks are Straightened up. If the the fault and then the plant has to betaken cutting breaking 'It may be done ''by banking them in Orow r. :
tI't .Urtojjoirold: ,,or. begun to develop, the, system_ sent to
.. ..pIonU grow weU odd nothing,haopens .-.-- ---:.. i' t- : i ikThere : them. Don't'even:trim off. the'poots; (Richmond Baltimore, Philadelphia moderately dry toil and sheltering
: 'to them-and Uithe weatherIsnot i sJso> the 'jpl.esem'J
especiAlly orSvMteheort
: : them'just' in. the.condlkm in from heavy rains with boards or by
""'.?' ]' -. ? = 1.,1r." ? and New York 86,008 packages of, ear- TROOPS MOVING TO HUNT8V1LLE.,
-f"1' ; too dry, itheh- e'raTe r. ,? which atnes the tobacco liar .ilAey'Vejre';going; 'the :""trimming -" than throwing maw or corn f fodder on the
lj products, representing more
:-7--" 'taken .y About twelve, or. fifteen.days Xo; suddenly,become, Terr IfghtIn can'.be{& .tWhi 'tber e'beIng'used the early bank in sufficient quantity to turn the The,arrival In Hunts>ille, of men
: of
[.t transplanting. Whenjtaken color.:< This frequentljr-,occurs' af' when $336,000. period one water off 'the.bank.-Times-Union'and arnt hones foe Camp Whr.!cr, which *4
.. marketing,them.: the. the..development -
.' : ;
great drawbacksupon
i > way;"the,soil ** scraped up against iter heavy"rain*. There'are also''soclied : Citizen is to be, the big cavalry ctmp of the-

{f the j'stemof, ,'the'plant' to protect' tr ;?ligMnlng*'planrts,|whieh".have : ;Rutabagas and !' 'canfsUll: be .of .theindostr-: the lack: South baa begun. The Sixth Catalry u
t RtwiL'5flLJt} 1s beYt to BOW::Ore.tbanonee of'means of'rapid transportation
".' from the 4rot rays.ot-.the: sun. "-white'.speck*and frequently-wtlte Major Lebo arrived from Mon- L

.:r.t ., The process hen1 'described of set- Appearance':throughout. 'IThese :also ,_:*o ,*ato.make;.. certain- of getting from the farm to. the city markets, 'Florida vs. West Indian Oranges.The tank.and tio.thonand "horses came

: .,fr \ting* ut.ao: plants repeated find bvetbe'1hrownout.. '(Frequently, .- ".vp. ., but with the'Cxtenslon-of" north andioiithsndeastsnd ___ tprmfmt.Inn.___.____ nt-_ the___ war".__ -with nn_ in on eight' train Troops C and K. -

J! ,"cttntinued! .'
:. 'wiiSch.:cto ;:.on"unrtil the. .:.lastjbne! .of .stems'..and .leavtrtiiai ,commence.'to.diei plantedwhvlatrt 'are ready.If South, bringing;Boston New '(ork United States will. dominate if not an.nex partment Dakota have also arriv
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r ot'ihe 10,000..plant* bsa' e nsetout:1nth ; >ef thpant1alf 'rip*. &MMJJ1!! getf packed.withrains'keep[ 'Philadelphia Pl Pittsburg Cincinnati ;; Cuba in-addition. to/Porto RIco, eeL Oe. Joe Wheeler, ia command.of

;- \ field-crf eb i'il-s"-sverei;.";:> :' ;. :/Besetting 'to; replace "such losses'.tapratticed thec'ltlvatar going and if thaiieath-, Chicago and' other. Northern and Western {raise 'some interesting question astotht.future Camp Wheeler, i.' eopected,, In. A ,
: '. h .,.ttiiistaaentfor.-o .; ;.Cfettling rThecpoUeoften durtnghthe, J"Joat: :ifier1nsipoatb1eafter er,-i gets>to :'be. I very:dry; J keep r'thesweepsVonT ' ,cities Into close touch with the .of the Florida orange week. The health of ihe. camp eon'e
the. : c' ( Attempts 46 plant,short A., : ; "* industry competition I the tinues remarkably good. Nojdeatbx ,

-c.- a*d" is UedAxiftt X' to plant'lewitfli the:pb 0?".,ThtoIs: itte 4nly epa the,ahoveSm, forto;: make; good/crops 'veloped.; r- -. : C'-''""' ", ..J4.\: n. /f* ft\'v-' :ft, duty-free fruit (t2.omFuba ,anO Porto have: occurred ia .:,6epteDib r. 25.:. .

_.l A two:3byj. three;f ,eV i ordrf'tot f or tiese, 10 x teh tip with this. air and. .sunshine: must:be mixed**' witheseaao " confined ay:first;principally IU o.\ It ta Improbable that theywill Ch des' <)r. 'Brown,NTroop'P; -
t i fee. amn'b "f plant* 'n the main'crop.: 1* tne 'res.MMg' ir""donetnr. th .soil"*aa-' ""often* -**"* S i as* "*'p- ,a1bk, Cftt<..ur .*(.> ..jU ,too,i.small 'arevio'the: neighborhood hve :.moci'.Influence; on the lemon cavalry,':who wan. ahot and killed( in A

1'eJd. .4 .h'kIt7Of I j Buropern late the 'small tve"sr Is.a forward one cane of Norfolk Now'tit actuation! 'is'such consumption;of :the country, 'as thclimate tlgiht between dnkuown'-troopers,'hu-r ' .,
t'.a.the -'! 01 DlaD I .'mo'nt to macb.f. i p pJrdt..g will-'be, in order owirdv the .:almost slmultaaeously. '
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Gao.M.&O..IRS. WALTER 8. URABAMROBB1KS ADD1TIONALJINCE HEAT. ing door their and attention a side window while thus two attract-others AN AMERICAN LADY Fredk. & Morse i '. :-l

Look \ for sneaked into tbe room occupied by the ,, f ,
GRAHAM ; mammoth fall bakers and turned things about in an
%, ., lock;-it contains the latest w.r "
} I in ever)' attempt to locate their money. They

1) AttosA/4M tr1+> thing. b-21.4f created some noise, took the alarm and Through the Wilds of Cuba on Horse- i REALE'ST ATE: $::
have it upon authority that the all five took to their heels without back.
MIAMI DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. F. E. 0. \Ky. will operate a solid ves securing anything. Tuesday night a .I \

tflll prtctlc*In all court Btmw and Federal tibule train of sleeper from Jackson- negro called at the house of J. I. Tur- >
; apects1Iseffltteeforezamininpandperfecting Title to Miami this winter which and stole about 4 in from HEADQUARTE88RECEIVES Miami Dade_ G J;
and Titlea We bare the only complete leaf will nage | change KISS MARY niANCIS o., Florida.MMM ; -
I/Mtract books covering South Iade countyof *Jacksonville; in the evening and his trousers, went through the trousersof .
and receive daily report from the arrive at Miami in the morning:, his bnotber and ransacked a trunk, And Her Flag Sent by President ICeKlnler. M MM MMB. '
{ tran the tiers.Circuit All Coon the at certified Juno ahowlng Abstract*all of Title land leaving Miami in the evening: and failing to find a gold watch in it or AGENT FOR "fe ;.*.. ; :lFlorida'East .

u' for South Dade county are made at our Miami Arriving at Jacksonville in the morn any further booty than the change The METROPOLIS mentioned }last week LANDS OF / "- ,:' t}""
.. office, Hf-hl. !ng. Tb run will be made in about- 10 lie was barefooted and came from and the presence in our city of Misd Mary ,r.ft

l + boars. It will bea through train from went to North Miami. These fellows C. Francis of New York and Mr. Geo. : Coast Railway Cd.R.. --'
W lq JAL t.elf a M.r.ATXIK8OHATKINSON New York city and should Reno of the ,,_ \
and _
will be lighted and be killed on the spot. Arm same city, that they Florida '
heated electricity.J. ;: yourselves and when you see a nigger were here on their return trip to Gen- Coast Line -Canal and Trans: Co., ',". ;:

W. Johnson informs the METROP snooping around at night let him have eral Masso's seat of government at 5-I'lIIs-m: ,Boston and Florida Atlantic .,

OLIS that "Mr. Flagler has: purchased it. La Esperanza, where .Miss Francis C08stLand.CO.: .... ;: .. \ ;

AttorneYS and Counselors a. law, about 100'\, acres at the upper end of I ...-. went to present an American flag to -- ', -.-==c-..:..'. .... ,Y'"'''' .':
Key West Key, upon which West General Maso and to whom Mr. Reno '
Amce In Booms 1 and 2.Brown's A Happy Event. carried ? '
ers feel sure a large hotel will be built important dispatches. i
. Brick BWld1.q.ttHf. in a'very'short time. The marriage of Harry E.Tuttl and Mr. Reno and Mm Francis left
... Mr. Johnson
s states further that an agent; of some Miss Corrie R. Fowler took place at Miami for the seat of the provisional .of.Bay Bisc :

person whom the Key Westers think the home of the bride's parents on 18tb government seven weeks ago last Wednesday !e f.f

j GEO.. .ttomery A. WORLEY.+t-X..a. comes negotiating in the for East an electric Coast interests street railway is- street Tuesday night, Rev.W.W.Paris landed at on La a Guanapa private.and yacht.from They there

General practice In State and Federal Courts line and an electric lighting franchise officiating. No one but the immediate :. rode on horsebock to the seat of government t '
An business entrusted will reeelre prompt attention. from the city. members of the family were presentat at La' Esperanza. where they MIAMI .f FLORIDA. t '
Agent foranucAHiA Straw hats the The were received by' Genera Hue and -- f ; .f
at your own at ceremony. marriage, which '#J'V. ;'; ;;
.' un IXSTOANCI COMPAHTof Sewells' price staff with great demonstration. Miss IHOOBFOBATXP UXDKB THS'LAWS ov FLOBTDA ,
5-21-tf was not at all unlocked for ez >- ;.
s Hew York. an event, Francis was the first American lady .,
r All kinds of life policies written. Office over I J. V. Vredenburg, au old Grand was hastened somewhat because of the whom many of tbe troops had ever Conducts. a General !
4, postoffiee I5oct.ns.yr I Army man,'wlio at one time was in departure of the bride's mother for seen. i WM. M. BROWN fBankirg, *i;,. ,, : ,
affluent circumstano@s. died' _-Inn.-.. In Chicago- for the winter. Mr. Reno and Miss Francis were PRESIDENT. Business.: .. Issues Draftson: i .!l"I! : v.
the little building next to the Conofly Mr.and Mrs. Tuttle at once took treated to tbe best that the General R. R. MoOORMICK. Parts of the World. >' *
S. Mills Fowler M. D. ; : Accounts. :
Bonse last themselves \
arduous duties of % '
Thursday except as he wa upon could supply in the way of eatables, VICa-PU8IDfHT., &
i given attention by hospitable and kind housekeepers repairing immediatelyafter which consisted of beef prepared indifferent Solicited and, E\'e Favor: Con, 1*]$-''
; HOMffiOPATBIST.18U citizens. He had the to Mr.Tuttle's Fort CHARLES H. QARTHSIOE.CAAHIIR. '
Y ( become very much ceremony ways and green plain tains sistent With Conservative'Bank '
reduced in circumstances and until he I Dallas home where be installed his with a little rice. Mr. Reno and Miss < :? a}r-" .

<< meet, near Arena .B became too ill to assist himself his young and accomplished bride ax mis- Francis report the condition, of tbe ingExtended. A> '-r ':, '. ..
pride prevented him from tress of the most handsome home in '
f- making his troops as desperate indeed, many of ,
: .
Sooth :
Florida. "
27ang-tf extreme destitution known. He was a them being naked. ,This is in Puerto OEUUsJO: t;
; i very intelligent and highly bred 'gen Mr. and Mrs. Tuttle are both very Principe province, which ia a great : : , : a;*,#: '

tleman. popular young people and are receiving cattle countr)'. Beef is tbe principal Seaboard National(Bank 'New'York't

D. D S. Call and set,latest improvements the congratulation,of their many article of food. This ia all they have. __ :
bicycles. 80-inch wheels, at Gr@er's. friends, who wish them a long happy The country people are no better. In Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville, ' -Jacksonville! : : "'

Office la Belcher Block 5-23-tf-ycl and prosperous life in their beautiful the irrt. zones of r>nlMv fInn shenhltn- ... .. ., ': ._._
borne of flowers beneath the luxuriant, I starvation exists "ii e-ib' ' ,'"""
Herbert. v.
L. \ Anderson countrypeople FOREIGN ,
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. Republican growth of beautiful CORRESPONDENT: , :: "j' 1 .
candidate for congress,and tropical foliage many. of them have no clothing Knauth t';
Joseph N.
'Offioe Boars:' 8 a. m.to 5 p. u.' Stripling,district attorney, addressed and fruits. It is a fit place for the whatever .. and :Kuhne! NewYork:::4 4t '
: t7aiaysm a good-sized audience at the dwelling place of a'queen in all her From La Esperanza a ride o'n horse- -
Seminole :
Opera House 'last Friday glory. back of 45 miles was taken underan :,: : f f #

Dr. Jas. M. Jackson, Jr., storm in the early evening prevented night. A The congratulations of tbe MITKOP- escort of troops. .Mr. Reno and: ilegant t Iron Yanlt and Bar tr Proof Safe' lift t Triple Concussion. l?Im4,.Loch: .=i' '
owe are accorded and with them Miss Francis that
them from speaking from the go report they saw no .
MIAMI. of the BiscayneHotel. Mrs. Anderson balcony the wishes of the many friends of the sickness upon the island except that S-17ohl'm "> of the lost ImDroied lak . "

FLORIDA. an interesting lady of culture youngcouple for their future happinessand growing out of starvation. Moun- .. ''' .
accom- .
: Office at Present'tOWHLBT nied her husband. During welfare. tain brooks are plentiful in which the \ --:- .. . ",.. ., y.
BKOr DUG 8TORX. theday . 1 water is cold and, At Puerto ,.
Friday the party in pure ....
with '
company :w.I: i..Nr,
.. 1 stf i.tag local Repab scans went to Cocoanut A Soldier's Story. Principe they found but very little to 1 z1v1 .

Grove. I T. B. eat at the best hotel; while there was ,' ,
John"S. Frederick. Young, a private in the 2nd A Jo'C.- .
Brotherhood and Sweet Wisconsin Regiment who is absolute starvation among the poor. .
Orr now on a
& Co'overalls ,

{ Civil Engineer{ and. Snn yor. at Sewells' 6-21-tf 60 his days'uncle sick, S. Graham furlough, at, 'stopping the Biscayne with, Many found are that still supplies dying of sent hunger tbe Cuban They Is ra idly'forging to the front ;a s,," *Sr
J. W.: Glidewell
who with his r 4r
family sick and hungry ;
Public tor State at Lam.Pirtifitilar tells some interesting incidents of the were being appropriated .
Notary has -
just recovered from ,
a most distress- ,
the officers and ...
i .ltt tkn tjrw to Sab-D'ividing ingrnnof sickness few days he spent in the Porto Rico by Spanish troops, :
which has
larn tracts more.than two months, during lasted one campaign. while Intended those to succor whom from our death government are left The Leading Git l ;' in. Sonlb Florida. J :it "
*. Mr.Young's arrived _
Offioe 20th St.'aeSz AT. D, wrath aid period of which eight.were confined to regiment at to ..tane'as la eonseQuence: After ,
Ponce July And
2fi .
MIAMI. FLORIDA. were At nnnn **nt. ,
1.214L beds at one' time. two with : .
: into the interior from their base spending two weeks on the island,Mr.Reno .

Ueo. W. Allen, typhoid has opened fever his' and boarding six with home measles again.I of supplies.as This the away,waa troops no serious were welcomed disadvantage heir return and Miss trip, bearing Francis urgent started mes-on EVERYBODY) IS GOING TO MIAHII-' 4.

He is
having an addition built the
vt ,:w.. ; to by tbe populace and abundantly ages from Gen. Maso to President Me / ,
lame He will open out a nice line of fed. Tw Arthree H oley to hasten them aid before all Now is time to "-, '
days after their secure a CHOICE
"x&.w-"Ju.: .. general groceries and asks a divisionof arrival Uno soldiers of his com starved, and this aid can never reach LOCATION, either for. .

) "WlU in'all th Courts 8UU and patronage. The place business. is pany were ,assaulting a in hem until the Spanish army has been Business residence. j t..
..practio fD the HZ'Bol'ous'block. or Choice locations in the
1-W4L : which there were 100 Spaniards. In cleared out of Cuba. Mr.: Reno and city for sale;by
.: "Get'the'best, wheel. ,Tbe Dayton. this assalt Mr.Young was shot Miss Francis toot passage for several .

... Edgar;\ Cuthbert,.agent. ,5232wfcl. the left shoulder. A ,serious through flesh, different islands of the Bahama group,
wu.LLait.SCOTT OOBOO B. BKOOXX Eugene DeBogdry and his sister. wound and a fractured shoulder re' to the inhabitants which they carried

SCOTT & 'BROOME, Lnba,were sailing.down from Lemon suited. He kept in the fight until the guarantees of protection' from tbe Fort Dallas Lan e

City a few'days since when they were Spaniards were routed with.over half government 0- Cuba for themselves mU&nY&
Attorn. t-'W' struck/by sudden squall and their their number killed. ''The walls of tbe while. fishing and sponging in Cuban 'j

J. NOTARY PUBU01N OFFICE boat capsized in 12 feet of,water. The building were no protection against waters as a thank"offering:for assistance i

,WID waetIe In an State an! Federal.Coons.Orncs capsizing of tbe boat was witnessed by tbe bullets of the improved guns of tbe rendered the Cubans' in fillibus- Call .
y CoDedlou; prompUJ attend&0. Mrs. H. L. Hoffman] from her home'at troops. trying. operations before .the war was' on JOHN B. :nEIL 4Y, Agent,- ,." ,: ..

ora BAVK or BAT BISCAY *. Buena 'Vista. Elbe sent Albert ,Three days later, while be was on declared last April FortDallas'Lah, d, CDID $'' "
{ ;' u.J1me.I'I.tf Elements and Albert Price to the guard duty at night. in a field, of cante- They spent a few days vrith.drthn : ; pap bha! ; :j'

rescue of Mfr and Mta' DeBogory, who loupes from which his company bad Haight at Cat Key,' and then came Or J. E. INGRAHAM, Vlce- Je8 t .
DR.'R., E. CHAFER, found them over Miami in-a three-ton schooner. ... I <.A
... clinging the upturned feasted,Young was fired on by a Span t Y
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boat., No further damage was done to ish soldier from the brush. Tbe first They left for Washington last Friday l.lo.r..m Fort ,Dallaa,Land Co., St,Augustitfe! a. :.
.:c. i i>j-1 g TOtflo : _. them than tbe receiving of a thorough.wettlngal'CI shot struck his canteen'and tbe second morning and will return to Miami to \ ,

I a little scare.1Qegltgeeshirtsto went trough his thigh,seriously injuring another' trip to Cuba in a'few day, .: c, :-- > -= ' 'lJ'A
*. in Bantonoo Block northeast sacrifice tbe',bone. This brought him to Misa Frances goes to report for a leading rA HIGH '
;;yourown GRADE
oon w Avenue D d"and lab street price is all right at Sewells..' 5-21-tf: the, ground and sent him to\the hospital magazine Organization,tbe of work the stable of the permanent R1ILIZEa'; 1QUALITY
1841DR.M.D.L.DODSON thirty miles in the government
1- Eb Sewell reports that be"was
.' ' attendance Mr.Young reports the roads of Porto which our country has promised 2VaT' 313.VE -..
at the of ,
wedding, Chas world '
) the to establish in Cuba. :Mr.
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j : Garthside and Miss lima Carry New Rico as being magnificent the woods Reno. returns to', in : l
\ ) full of fruit and tbe people most nos'pitable engage business s AND :
York 5th1
city on the+ \lost.: The affair REPUTATIONThe
s ventures Eastern capitalists. ,
., to the American soldiers
Dentist. Hee1peeta'
; was most brilliant one. -The,church> ,. 1 ,. ', I .f
; Teeth was :decorated; a royal manner to return. to the island with Notice. Ideal Brands '
Filling Legal
; : a specialty his company.for .permanent Dccupa- I ', I Have These. .
and the t
.. ?ceremony ,moat impressive. ,, .
'- omcs: The reception soon after,the tlon. None M IjmKTioK To Amt tea art OIDIB ? -
It'J, : '. ,- 'OverFoR'Ofdci.r : ;:was & yen with.the;-Irfvisb hand ceremony with .:Mr. Young reports that'the soldiers TO Sxtl:AM iNTKBXn T&K &IAL Then why pay $35 and $""o per ton when you can: get a"i- Y ::
r.. 1'I..u.q.uf in the suffered XnAU'OI"A -
hospitals seriously from Mi5oa
which tbe
father known to do strictly high grade reliable Fertilizer '
neglect .on' the part of both physiciansand ,, following prices. l., '.. .,
Notice .
everything'&ttem t8. A fifteen is hereby given that the undersigned .
B."H.; HDDDLESTON M. D. coarse dinner consisting of every:L 'deli' attendants. Poor fellows who bad intends to make application to the Honorable IDEAL J-EUIT AND-VINE....... ,............;......130 PER'TON -. :

,*+':* ' Graduate Rush Medical cacy the markets of STew Yoftf afforded no money and were dying were dumped A.B.Hey wr, at the Court House at Juno Dade ,IDEAL POTATO.MANURE.,.........,.."...'..w-.... s.'D PER TON :' ,.;>

i ,College,CUcaco.cUn was served,'while the.dance which fold upon the floor from their cots which county Florida,on Monday the Fourteenth IDEAL VEGETABLE IlA.NU1iJ.h.: .,..:....__.$30 PER TON *, !i "' .

RMldentPD. Hotel Miami. lowed was participated in. by a most were given ,to soldiers who had money day NOTelDber.A.D.18for'authority to IDEAL FERTILIZER all crops) __ ...:. ......fW PER TON ''... : ". #. .::4..
''' I, )'L.&,. to bribe physicians and attendants IDEAL BLOOD, BONE: AND,:
: elect mart ofJNew York,society.Tbe sell the nndlvtded one-tkird interest o(,Frank PER TON -v ,, :
'Office'corner--nB.C and 12th street ITS with. At, one time the wound in bis M. Dimlck,'.. minor in Lot 2,and''the'North SPECIAL'MIXTURE NO. 1: "t. ..,. -.. ..*,.""....J PER : J; .

Ornca# HOBBS' ' a.a to,It m'.and S to a p.' m. Edgar Cntbbert Dayton agent wheel: tbe 6-23-2w-fcl finest out thigh went :four' days without dress Halt of the'South-west Quarter the North. ., CORN FEBTILIZER.....:.:..,-_......... ......'..?..f 30 PER TON TON"L j Z:..._ -t a.-. i .
H1-Lie : -'
qtt, :
-;, : ,: west t Alt Fertilizer Material at Lowest .
Matket '
._ 't ': ing.Mr. Quarter of, Section FlVe in Towuh1p'I'Ut Price : ; j;
. D.A. Caldwell, who' has a farm BYemlWen'Of .Young was taken with fever and ;three South Range rort1- fast., dald Ask for,,onr book, Why We.Make the Heal Fertilizer \ > > t"-: t
.. lp f : the cityTbrought:a stalk arrived in New York unconscious on T i :J-*' :
': '.. : , M., D.M .' 1 of .Kaffir'corn to town {Monday,which August 20, five days' less than a month described a. 'land contains sixty. -two acres' ;,moreorle Wilson, '&, Todrner Fertilizer Company: '5:'i 't ; .-
: :f: :: : ;:, me rid! feet .in height and had not from the time be arrived In Porto -; i:
Physician and Surgeon ,headed Mr. Dated at Palm:Beach,Florida thisttth day ., JACKSOHvntJEV C: ,
yet; fut. Caldwell.statesthat Rico. Abundance of ;
. experience for a Of October A.D 1898. E.N. Pig.e Foot Brand Blood and Bone, .
DIMICK fl7perton. '
tA .. ; :,.. this of will > :; : : '
variety brief 29 ;: _-
corn produce days,surely. .. ; : :
;0 t : Oise.agamIDragStore. \.fdIAII.FLA. 100 bushels of seedperl acre on' high i e i, Boaatn-fc, Guardian of said minor. ,Damaraland,Guano,the_Ideal Tobacco Fertilizer, |44 person.. !-: ;;;. "'fj." ...

... jr; From 1 p.m.to B o'clock a.:m. pine I ,Jtand and,: requires.hut.about'1,00o School Board Hatters.WIST dian. GaAHAx,'Solicitors for 14 said ct-Unov Guar '. CHASE & (HARNEY : y

I at residence OocMaatGroY*., pounds- fertilizer to :the acre.. The AGENTS. c"
1Io>>tU."Cl1 .' :; - .whole plant :from .the'\topmost leaf PALM BEACH,October ft. Legal Notice... ,_ MIAMI, FLAt ," _A.817tflfaq '

down to the rj furnishes ,an. excellent The regular'' meeting of the school 1 ,; .
Is Ciacorr Covat or sea SSTMTH Jbarcr. l' .. , ,:1 ;' ,
.;; food for horse or cow and in eatel'nr hoard was held to-day. Present: J. ,
FOR J5ALE; !I entirely by them, not atalkremainlnK 'uneaten. It rem and Z.'T. Merritt. Comrrr. In Cau czat;A.D.:1998. PRQMPrLYATTENDED.TQ.: ,
.- ,1. : ; ton ea'tbe.'entlre The minutes of the last Eus.atRJ.Mooar.} }
: : Mr. meeting were
: pr9y dj .Property.: Ca)dpel has been; raising, year.vegetables: read and approved. Tbe superintendent (a widow) ll'oretloeoreonlorkqe.B.ua''srinL Order hbUca D. 'I ICE I EXtEa.Y'DAY; !! 4-
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,. of all kinds during the summer., presented the following report: j .
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,,w- 71'D. piuttau improved i 'Tbe'Mmoppu*. is 1a I J receipt, of A' Placed tbe contract with E. C. In Upon application ot' Elisabeth J. lloore;tbecomplainant Pars Distilled Artesian Water nmd. _
3T ... 'aft.erN SM .. tna1& IRQ eaa moat: valuable; publication.MThe galls in tbe hands:of Stephen Andrews, la tho above entitled cause; it Addnm mail orders to WORTH $:, ',,.; !'
I' -:other,U'H..ell starud to srowlnrood member of the building committeeat appearing from'Uu :affidavit. ( of Walters. Ors ICE COMPANY, j;: .. ":
SouthY; and Miami, Fla, call in'
ttterday.,Today| or
Tomor at
aix home,wash and bst : ] person, warehouse, Avenue D.. .
room .. Biscal ne.. The colored ham.one of the for,tbe lux 6-17.8m4... , on ':
'booM rappllcd With ,bath well and. row.' 1 be;work treats. .upop' the people, of attorneys laid El. m < _ 'i' '"
I- .? .eistcrm,wstcr." (Good bam, Improved Southern States as,they;were,'as they Lemon City ask that you give them a bath J.Moore be'eomp1a1D,tbat the defendant : :
f cUekm-boaM and.other oat-bouses. \ teacher. They report -' Harry Stttea.b a Bon.refident ol tbeState ; .
and. tb .
:-J.elocated 2% ssJlM *oatlMr st of vocos. are as t x fnpS"'I 'THEa'NEWPLATINGSTYLE. A ijI
b -, I Tbtalf-tonllIust.ra- herewith send, of Florida,fiat Is refident .
a o
Rot Grove oa pood road.' '
.> > '='.ptghlorbood.-Bqnarterof mil' ,fron' >>.1IcL'...,_Good.,-, *.. 'j tions wkicb occur by tbe thousands are in nott-that neighborhood,, part f.tncfcounty.tbeilia.tances showing the pupils States Florida. ; aDd the that service there of is no sntpcena person in tae State 'E:H"O'T':T': 0 _\s (Enlarging. Tintypes ', f- .. .
of upon whom '
; : T&H ..&..cqs.i.. eltrus tratt" a rder: workmanship.: The ; :: 4!
'- ;trios well started,two acres Ksmaotk paper is ofjtbe' ;finest".plate book, ,the ,etc.,and they' ask that a teacher would bind such defendant;; and that tat laid : ; Xodak pictures! fini ljetTraiid :all' ;: :tj

;' .. lost rat down rMdr'for& -. ,>Paeklnr typographical work is.most ..excellent1rhlle be sent:..them.,:They will',furnish;;a defendant U.our the age of 21 Tear. rU' -" ,'. ** '
;, boos. '. Good well Af water Located house, All'the i work finished ,to dat '
schools have. : at
; a tboot thnomlantsP.a1k from aebooJj; ,the pressman:and ,book-binde r openedexcept Ii therefore ardeted'ttsat the Mid defendant np ( .
.' oast. OBfoodMs4a&dtaiftodBeia., have excelled themselves.' It is one of Leesville:; 'No.. 19. _The.house do appear to answer Ole BID of Complete. FRED HAND GALLERY "*_ "" D.'Ot E SLOOK'wE8T'oF: '; _ '
*- will not be ready for several '. % ;
borhood. the days la the anon satttledeioee : "
; most,expensive and.one of th flnest Upon the it A TH ono ,c M uRCw'r 'S'N
:'; ? .I-i For perOenUrs apply.(e. ... works ever issued from the press, and Miss'-Watsan.htviagaccepted poei i=; tea Bay of$oembr.L D. use: 1 6-18 Jtn...,*. :,

'i -, ..f!._ S. MORSE_ for all tl\ills issued.''as'.an advertisement tion'inMonroe 1 ,county;:: appointed tkesamibeingtDearrtlfondtytasaldmone .
"-::. fort the Southern Railway is Albert Burgess to teach at Lee rill d the owes of the Clerk of said Court
n :erect 1'o.t Ofdoe,IctAMr. n..L. It- and ... In Juno:
Miee.'gweetlaadObeocbainLemonCitylinFplace '
8 ' a.valuable! !': addition I any! ;'!library'r'I ; at Dad County,Flartla. : >

.J 'L'...r". >.' of to. A. 'F-..'. LANG',. ,_ When f on buy the Dayton wheel you I' : ofMissdnnitcAonald' E ., And H'll fanner ordered tbat thy| otdcr..otynblioation Hfthli
1 ;
r: 'i::;" > resigned; I.submit
-,- < COCBAltOT,GItOYE,IfLa: get the_beat; ,E.Cuthbert; ent. ; : a petition .Da published la the M tun Minor
:;? : - : and others asking fG _
t' } J ,{\; .' _b-:f.?oY"-tclLTLere ,.' :;that Isaac B.Taylor be appointed Coontj oUt, a -newspaper Florida published In Ifiaml'Dade .
once a week four com ecn-
number ofsneak *
<. -,. J are a thieves as Supervisor:Linton. rR tin weeks.: !, li -'**'M'C.:: : ..."
coIAIIW V'U&AwnIII in who :
I operating town should receive ,Warrants were issued .
;: .. .. ...
They bav .been at work "I ." .* ConntjFlorlda;tbU 20th day. of
forsome .
time .P
$ -t :
'TA TT'.O ; : .
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September D.lsQt.
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.' put Several weeks since they sneaked ,Warrants'were, f.ned'I tor -generalexpenses :' l v
) :G..r a6 yearsezeiaoosc., .. I $60. from DV.En toe'* bouse 'Monday to tbe amount of $806.48.' '_ ....' . f ll A.F.QUIUBT. "' ,
\. -- ,XIICrOpoUa hSl4barrkIuAL. .night about',midnight.three',negroes .;Itemized. expenditures:: ,for; septa Clerk; of Circuit Court InH ,;
-!:r > Lrtut j called,:the'bakers--at .the.:New York l O.-' .1| and forbade Conntj :
i U ftofk. or.lamyiaf ol an Waarva >er, :$m. Balance%on .hand ,Se p- *tone's 4 OBASAX. "
': "" .bakerr;,from tb lr-work to th front. :. .! : . SoUdtori for. Complain-
$eRlbereEl1,16il.QII : ine "
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iL lNO. G1LDE It I TOOI TI T- GET W ATXON S PRICRS. "_ Hardware Our at prices.Patrons... ot that all please Kinds 7 '. f'' ;

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mall; and instead of saying, "Aren't of foreign entry. 'rhis may sound a tical knowledge and regard for detail SNAKE CREEK LAND FOR SALE. :! '
iI AMONG OUR NEIGHBORS the mosquitoes terrible people said little extravagant, but it is not. Miami which can only be gained by care- Cv 'COpE -
"Well, I guess the mosquitoes are I has the geographical position which] ful study and long familiarity with the Fifteen Acre Kleb Prairie. : '

_ _ _ bout gone, aren't we having pleasant will make her a city of importance in ground. Without these the highest Fire Acre. High P.ne.: < Blacksmith and '
weather But, alas! Another fond I itself with, the assistance of Congress ft-ience might easily find itself at fault; Thin pr.irl Und U nexrlyl all high -' -

COCOANUT GROVE ITEMS.flX lope blasted Sunday it rained. Monday to open her harbor if there was no \\ith them we have little doubt that enough rtrb.for The cultivation high pint without Iari.l dt"lu"lltllaTrry in a lin:'- l.uil< f -..
tbe mosquitoes arrived in full force II'' one at the helm to take an -pt'Cial'l within five yearsythe State can show lug spot and oilite feeof rot-k. One mile from
DOTS raott COO.a.NUT OKOVK. and all ready for business. interest in her. The next. three results which will astonish the' most I df'pot. peat omce and 'boutholtltt' For |.rfctnd Wheelwright;'

Did you ever dear reader when your W. D. Sherman spent Tuesday at nonths, we opine, will be the turning onfitlent. It I is not only that the soils i ii terms call on or ad.ireta II.4. Rj J7KBAl'<;iI. .
the highest Beach.Bl8CAYNE. point in Miami's history. i At4 rich as oil become and that : Corner 4th street and Avenue B,
hope were your anticipation Vest Palm .. can I
the brightest receive a sudden i . the climate is best suited for tbe growthof P.O. Box235:: ,' : MIAMI.* ILA.5iOCmh.iI Carriage, Boggr-anU l1 \Wign\ .l1ltp.ish. ., "i'

y : downfall or setback-collapse as it i BRIEFLETS. Republican County Convention. some of the, most valuable agricultural Tfi.1a1c. . , '-
were just as you wanted to be at your .. The Republicans of Dade County products bnown to man, but mechanical --- All work neatly promptly and snbstantially -
zy > best You see the way it was was of CocoanutOrove i is skill, in its perCt"Ctionwlll beat "
leading Mr Douglas! ;net in county convention at WestPalm lI npnd: aatf; ictfon given. t; ,t :
this!- : "Dots" had been a siting( his friend Mr. Ed Ingalls at the service of the enterprise andaborsaving '
_ bachelor's for the past six months ;I Bachelors Hammock". Beach last Saturday and placed inventions will put these c. H. RAULERSOK 6-ttl :', : S'

-wife and boy away. He received I Several fine rains recently have done a portien of the county ticket in nom- productions on the market at prices 5---- - ----w- , , '
word "Meet me at the depot Friday I which will not take them out of the ,
I in the The of for
the piney Ination. paucity
for aspirants
.. night." We were there; we met and I treat things people reach of the average American.
started forborne with bounding spirits. I woods.- 'Everybody' looking pleasantand the different offices made impossible! to Success in the work of the Florida (Successor to K. 'B. Rauterson fc; Bro.) MIAMI CYCLE CO
The spring seats of vehicle In front I setting oat plants.We nominate all candidates by acclauna- FAst! Coast Drainage and Sugar Com- Wholesale and Detail Dealer in !
I ,
were quickly filled with famllt'aDd I l called- on Captain Andrews a few tion. The following ticket was placedin puny[ means a large Increase population Florida and. WesternMEATS
fri nda. "Dots" climbed over the back I I days ago. He was looking so large nomination : for the State, an immenseaddi, C US.TJ1OMPSO'PrIPOr. 4.
ci end gate of the wagon to find.his place and pleaaant'that we suspected something Representative R. B. Potter. tion to her list of taxable property,
; and while still standing up the none I and when we accompanied him Assessor: -Chas.C. Haight. I and such an inipetuatothkdevelopment

gave ,a sudden forward Jump* The up to the house tbe Secret was out. A CoIlt"Ctor-ChaM. E. Davis. < of the East Coast aa muse exert a most .
wagon followed horse the end gate lovely new daughter born on the 6th Treasurer-Edwin Nelson.A beneficial influence over the State. ,
throwing "Dots's" feet upwards high nst. Mother and daughter are both candidate. for justice of the peace Resides the millions of acres that will \

and dry' He soon found.himself com doing fine. for the Lake Worth district and a con reclaimed in South Florida thereare Armour's llama, DriedPigs' ref, .. ,
Ingdown full length on the hard rock Mr. Ed Knowles is preparing to stable forthe same district were nomi thousands of others only second in )
t '1'ement. The fall did not hurt as i move'' to the prairie west of Lemon nated. The office of member of the productiveness, and these will be re- S Feet Jersey ButterS ;

-Jr1$ much as did the sudden stop.. Well, I City, where, in connection with Mr. school board for the different districtswere claimed: from Pensacola to Miami when and Fresh Egff i :
the collapse had come and "Dots' expected Eddie Moffat he will put out a large left vacant as was the ofllce of unce tbe demonstration is plain and ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.

.. to write his next Inst&UmentI acreage of tomatoes etc. justice of the peace and constable for the method of achieving success fully 5-17-b.fa-jD-tf S .

from tbe beyond. For the next four' Mr. F. Page Wilson left for Key the; other districts. recognized. The immediate future 5' '. .. S
and even now to write these lines Rico via Santiago. Quite a number of elected being Win. Lainbart and E. opoient for' the State, and this men All Kinds Wp.els : -
:requires some nerve and gritting of M. Brelsford of Palm Beach Jos. 8. retard but cannot "&; ;: 1i"ie ,
:;?. the truckers on- Little River...intend may stop even : t' \
-:1': .,. .teeth. Notwithstanding the homecoming respecting Porto Rico and Cuba next Warner of Miami,J. C. Rose of Cocoa- where they are so unnpatriotio as to ::1:1Conoily' For Sale or Rent 'f,
w.;.t this is tbe only Cocoanut Grove ummer. Grove and Wm. Grunier of Lemon use power or influence to that purpose. Hotel '

-- p, : ..... :item Dots" has been able to keep hjsjnind ..n.f."y.. I -Times-Union and Citizen. .. . ,,,,.. '
'fi'.r '- 'on since ,that night. How oft LITTLE RIVER LACONICS. f . pS -- -- -S ".:. g ft_ -';" -: :

-& : .tbe'beA laid plans of mice and. men Egmont Key Detention Camp. S The Fire Friday Night. .... ..
.t" gang.aft aglee.. Miss Rebecca Freeman of Little made About 11 o'clock Friday night last t. .
:"i) '" Many complaints are being -. -'
) married the 9t.hIn"L Cd'
_. ti:;11 Oar children and school patrons .are : at was the residence Saturday of ,Geo. S. concerning tbe quarantine detention Starbird's planing and sawmill'was discovered :: (I;,.'.

:; all very highly gratified with our.new I Adams West Palm Beach Fla., to Mr. camp at Egmont Key, and almost .by the foreman Mr.Ramsey : ,

b school teacher Miss Louisa Hindry. Chis Wear of Fort Worth Texas. Invariably of it is the thought Florida that this campis to be on fi re. AfewmOmentslaterthewhole S' !. ,;..
': .The school is very promising. Miss Freeman's place in this community a part Quarantine 1 '''G
(, System. This is a mistake as that structure was i in ashes. The fire
\ i i, ,The rock road has been completed to will be bard that to fill.to'make Aside from a. camp is a creation of the United started somewhere, under the boilers. .. rt t'. >.., .. ,
tCaptain Hayden'a place! and is being tbe rare qualities go up States Marine Hospital Service, ia run ,t n
irne woman she possessed musical tsl- Everytning had been rak il' back and ; .,. E" ,
4 continued beyond. We look for tbe entirely by the United States Govern. .
toU'of order. Mr.Wear is wet down at 6 o'clock. Mr. Ramseywas '
county commissioners .to soon aid in a high regimental ment, and is managed and controlled 0. P. HUNTINGTON. ,!..::- i,
"blacksmith of tbe 2d Texasnment'ltwaswhile asleep in the office at the time the .
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the construction of the road Cutler; solely by federal authorities. Neither
: his regiment fire broke 'out. It spread so (astha n'! .;.. :i
4 'r':'." We are assured tbe. railroad'ompan: in at Miami that be first Dr. 'Porter nor. the State Board of he 'bould hardly save nil clothing'and < r O. __
r.; 'or.:hotel system ....rill make a liberal was met"'':his camp, fate: N'cponeknew of the Health have an.tbingwhatsoever todo wheel. The blacksmith shop and house Located in the most pleasant place in .
I \: donation at any time..' By all mean 'with the management'of that quarantine "''j'I "
: affair until Sunday morning when the of J. Rune adjoIning mill on tbe the city. ,
>the county commissioners should .take station. A gross injustice is ,
\ south both
tbe matter at For the better couple toot'tbe tralD'acCompanied by were destroyed as were a : ..
--ps .i up once. therefore done our state quarantine ..
number fine fruit
>..1.. l i-:: )ud.'more, rapid development ;of thecountry the; father and sister of the bride. win-Mr. system, and our state health officer Kurtze's of've'tf yard. trees Mr. grPare filtered 'rain water is need for Satisfactorily-Done.TOWN 5I .
-N" " .. this road. to Cutler "should be Weatist be congratulated on when the two are confounded. Gov- every pnrpoee throughout the hotel' I I 1't.
-ii Mr. Starbird's loss will be about '1
*' such bride and that several "
one "
: "1"+ constructed within the next: six: ning a hard ernor Bloxham has recently been petitioned -I $5,000 and is total as he had noinsur 520Lxm i! I I '. ;5.i1-iyg':
., of our men wer trying so
young L
i. <.J JIo...." .. .,months..'. in respect to the brutal.immoraland _
., ----=- ance. 'The boilers one engine and
: :: to keep in the community.Nbthing' ,
: ... _. ,'.Tfhe'work preparing, the inn for : indecent environment'of that one planer can be refitted a* they are
., winter visitors II in: progress. There < : has been done on the rock camp sbowing that those presenting not Mr. Kartze's loss ; :
.. badly damaged. .
: is promise of a full house all winter at 1 road for a'week past. ,Lack of funds charges believe it to be a part of thestate' was about $400. I LEY BROS.: .
.'' S .r'ri' the Inn which it nltant1.lncreulnt i I tbe-'cau.e.. The committee in charge health protective system. It; is The mill was outside the limit of the : .

.:::: .lnpopularitythrougout tbe north and my that: some .of.'tb& b8eriben decline therefore necessary that the attentionof waterworks and no water could be got I. ''I ADQVART B&.FOR JStationarya
until the road is completed :
to "pay" .5
the public should be invited to tbe ,
.... eaau I.
It. In fact '
: "' upon there was no chanceIf
:' Alt. Peacock is engaged in putting and lIJ1tU"tbe get the moneyno great distinction between that quaran- it had been inside waterworks d Blank :
work can be done on the road. The tine and the various quarantine i. Books.
fir-c"- 'oat"a field of :Irish potatoes on'pine committee assumed the camp limits ad no alarm was 'sounded and
having responsibility of board of health.
:;'.i '... land In such a manner that be expects of their will doubtlesa our state very few knew there had been a fire "
;\ r 100 barrels, per'acre u a crop tbswinter. ; solve position. % The Tampa Bay Quarantine Station on until the next morning. ., Specialty made of the.very S S'
the problem. Mullet is and has been for -
,, 1 14KIrkM&nrOe.hai'J Key eight S -
:.Lines of ,
; .. Billings both of and controlled f -e I Stationery. ,.
.,MessrI.Parker and years built, operated by 10' "
,c it received the Lemon City;will move with their famIlies the state board. The quarantine.detention Nice, sweet California grapes at' -:
_' .' :t first copy'of,bit latest publication from to Little River in a abort time. camps at Egmont Key (Tampa ;, tbe Arcade restaurant and fruit stand.5218mfci The' Finest COLD DRINK ESTABLISHMENT in Sonth.'Florida.Drugs .. ,' .
S. ,8cribnersf.1IsenUt1edOnPIrateS .,. \ 't- ',OJlUooky %ho :tad a' case: of the Bay) and those near Key West are S SS ... S :' '-!' 1 ,:' ): ,,;:

,>Waters-He vfill;soon aa1eoftbAmecai2syy.: receive the first copy of a meulet;baa* ,bad. a.relapannd. -' S is now part system of and the entirely United States seperate quarantine and distinct S For Bent. Medicines\ ,. Chemieals.Toilet. 3Ad. ':?%' / "c',. ,,:$

t :- :-secoodiiew work'"from' Harper's;f'Tbe ,quite t' ", 'in."': ,- from and in no way connected. The River View Hotel; opposite ter- S Fancy Goods, Cigars and Tobaccos.. ..' 4
.ICoppetPrincesi thegroundworkof -S "
_ ""; with the.state stations. minal station, containing 14 large "
5- "" which he secured daring a visit' years .... ALAP' ....Aft' -B PR I1UE. . s .: rooms, besides kitchen. For information S wholesale. S *- + ) ,;p:
to"the regions of N ortbet1l r 'il- S
S. ;ago copper call on or address :, ,
... -.*:Michigan..,Jlr. Monroe baa'-'ontrit This :section'Florida was visited imI and Key West Steamer Wharf. O.B.Pnaazu 5 "Careful Pr parati n of Prescriptions. ; e' 1::

IL .' "for.tbe..lDanulCI'lp; { for _three"4 new by amnch needed,' rain last-* SaturdayandBunday From the Key West Advertiser.A -23-tf-.-f8-w Lemon City. 5.i.tf.Lf. "- 'l
4 .
; .\"orD lto.be. supplied1 the,:publishersbeforeVJune / few days ago we had interview 'T'i: i '" :
S .; 1st next. He is at work I *-Mr7s"A.: Baker, a former residentof with VV. J. Jarvis, well-known and Millions Given Away.It '

,4 S .,,; constantly. 'on,proofs and MMS.: *" "" Miami'spent ,a couple. of days- with. popular. .official of, the- Florida East is certainly'gratifying to the public :ICJ'EI:: ife :
; : --;;.' ,. -- .5 ,Mr.'J.'W.{phnsoa.last week. i Coast Railway, who is now located-in to know of.ope concern in the land who "

tt' 1 ; :BUENA.VISTA.NOTZS Mr.::Henry'Warren, who has been our. city as local agent of the line, and are not afraid to be 'genErous to the : '

'i ..,...-1. , :' "% ., ..: sojourning TfewIYork returned to we learned from him that'the.plans are needy and Buffering. The proprietor* 01 Distilled Water. >' 4a..QrdcrsPr9mptiPilletL; i ;
: : of "W Smlth,'V ur,.'postmaater..and "r- Alapattah Prairie!: lasfBaturday and as yet incomplete regard: to tbe steel Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption r 'f!: -

;;$ .A', eery irian,, has ,built a new store and commenced the ,erection of his newresidence wharf which it ia proposed to build on ,' coughs aud colds have, given away
if' <-) removed .from' tbe water front to. the on Wednesday. S tbe water front lately acquired by the over ten million trial bottles of this great Miami Ice Cq., Forest Lake, Idgr.E. .

q:'. r,kr 't. ",crossing! at the railroad station.
f: T < *.George'Bull of Ojnswboit on tbe Smith" and )[r.'E.: Padgett visited from what we can gather we take it knowing it baa absolutely: cured than ----S --- ,? ?\

;: .sick list, baa found the right.place for Snake Creek last week in the Interest. that whatever is undertaken will be sand of, bopeleea lt_. Asthma, bronchitis "
_ -' j 'r*t and comfort. = Eels at the Poorly of jtbe Padgetts"land claims finished in the most perfect manner, ,hoarseness and all diseases or the
't'1 S. S.
: \ House; :'wh.rex: great care Js given to M '; 'Louis.'Becker'.is now,driving avery not fora, day, but for generations.A t.hroat'ebeeL and lungs are- urelf cured ., "
. ; Lim: .... bulkhead will be built the entire by it. Call on Townley.Broa., drnlrama.and ,
!.fine stud, which \Is a recent purchase. -
,, '' '.- -Swa length from Duval to Sirnontoa street get a free trial bottle. Regular size
1 ?-r v
; ; B. Fickle' has><: L.
& Co.
from whichpiers or jetties will be run 50c. and $1. Every bottle guaranteed,or Brady
t.... fmthetransfercompsnysud a new h rare glad to ;note that ourfrendMr.Jno. out about 800 feet by steel pillars filled price! refunded 6-21-6-28-jii .
r from F.T., BUdge. He intends Hooks has fully
.t..,_ .wagon ; out with concrete,.the sides of which
c;; .,1 j., cultivate, five acres or'p-a'rfeon.: i. recovered from: his recent illness and will afford protection in rough weather Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suckers for
;' "> place at Snake CreeL' -" 'M Is again:'supervising the work on his Grain and Garden Seed
Oft! when vessels are unable to lie at the ... .. .,8ale. _' Groceries Hay .
r &.... i.Trultt-b gone to his homestead land; .;. ;-:;;' c S ends of*tbe piers. The. harbor in that Abbakas Golden ,
;J' '
..S .4 J .cultivate four acres of ifigetables....} Inmber the ground for a dwelling.Mrs.NIliOd depth of 80 feet at.all times of the tide. Queen Red Spanish.Rico Apply' to Cayenneand ( .

:" .;?: Chas.'Courr :y, has in bis garden a *: 'Hyman wereob-, Warehouse accommodations will be S MADDOCKMATTHAMB', MIAMI, AGENT FOR MAPEST FERTILIZERS. .

: Ii" .oew3 crop of Jlne eggplants and'sweet served.setting :nut'pepper plants 'on"Wednesday. Increased and a. commodious office "Palm Beach Pinery/ !, I' 4
!' -:'peppers; ... He sold-Wednesday at a!fair ", erected. West Palm Beach Fla. (S Wo call the att nttp of the people A> Bar Btwrnync to our stnck: of Stapl "
.,t ...' price.t.Miami I Lb( first Mrit.noHookswbowaiIlhw1thJanndIce. ' We trust that.our citizens will show tf-h.ft-mo S -% aDd Fancy.Groceries, Fruit and "'OOtII'tn.-[ nil klftd also on;stock .
'" ; \ S 'Last:Thursday. 'Mrs.. Scruggs came their appreciation of Mr., Fingler'sefforts ,. j of Grain, Bar. BrAIl.Cotton Heed Me U Gmtio-l F Knl aDd Wheat. /
: -
'Wi ; f\: : ; ; out to supervise some work on her and immense 'of Land For Bent.. (I We are the on IT' hotme on Bar bjwuvne ifeallne xclnxtrelr In Ute ahoT 3
\itoT several week*;is,op again and'in, aotrecovery. )land ;' f, ;.;. -- outlay moneyto tomato line Of euods.We bur close and will sell f lo' We invite Tour eorvespoad- S
Four of Ural-class
improve our shipping facilities acres -
: VV .-- by encesndaolldftyourpatronage. Veir truly, E. L. BRADY & CO.
7 .rX"ir -
't.. !iy :Our f riendltfr. Chestly says tbe rain giving him a larger share of patronage rent. Address P. O. Box 245 .I 5-17-i.fint 5--' -5' 4
; / TiinfantsofB." Fickle,who bad did his bananas worlds of good. than the line ia now getting.. Miami, Fla. 6-19-lm-h-ss*'
S 71'. ':an attack cholera. infantum and wu \t,Mri;Henry Badox'has planted quite Capt.'Jarvisbeiflgsnold experienced :

!o, '':- 1..$'!'6: ;> ery.,Ill'for" ";three'weeks. ,S is'convalesi. : : -large guava?'orchard and intendsbranching railway man, and hating power to act Bncklen'a Arnica Salve. 5 !

1" .. tent.t. out in the guava business'on on his own discretion wilt, hope to Tm BBST SALVB the world for cats F
: . Mrahlda' ourir"wbo'wu at Bis-- iuTeitehslve: 'scale.; S S remove |all causes of dissatisfaction bruises, sores,, ulcers, alt rheum, fever -
'."" 'S ', :.eayne'attendlng' Ste.'e'. Ddrewa "Byv:!Invitation ,your: correspoidentyisItedXrBaxby's that 'm'al: have hitherto obtained sores, tetter, chapped hands chilblains E. AUWADDELL: '

),Jn: ,ner illeas' .for"bver' two, weeks, strawberry farm against the line. The management is corns, and all akin eruptions, and positively ,< ," :
: 5 : ; E1ledIt iliami City ..f'w'CoontT.j ;: ,
: 5 't returned Tuesday night. and found.seven thousand plantaIn.aflourishing desirous of pleasing its patrons and curtee pile or no pay required. It '
; -t' :f avoir attrapp4-t-une. petiteflhlede Cond1tiofljS will allow no reasonable cause of complain i guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction S S :
_"4 ,dlx:iHvres.,; La"mere"et Penfant *, to remain '
t unsatisfied. refunded. Price 25 cents
:: or per
.. t S' portent bien.> v -.,'. W rt;on Mr. Kelly's:ten?acrej farm money, Real Estate BureauA
.-9> :';; willeommenoe: }IIsweek.Mr.JW.Jobnesn" .- S -- _-m.The1w 'V-- 'I S box. For sale bv Townley Bros. -1).21) +26 ,

*' ;*& MHTOH.LOQIC.: '" ....; baa Just completed Drainage .Company. The'METROPOLIS is up to date in the select list of RelBLaeayne 'property;Cjtr'Lots, Frnil . .:"; ,
;: "p _. a croquet lawn in front of his residenceand Those '!familiar with the conditions execution of job printing. -., I- and Vegetable tracts of all atzee for investments. "
;" Mrs; 8.J..Lane.spent,Friday: atest- ..,- .Mrs.'J.w1Il 'endeavor.' tmaketbfnppleu have never doubtedthat, in the fulness \
: .h. PalmBech;''', ', :_:\ : : '; &; forthe": young- .folwtheyrneout1' /. of time the region so long known as : Phosphate and Qrange Grove Lands 'on WesLeoast.f

<. 0 )lr. U.'J.. Sterling..'and .daughter -. >.. '. 5'S y.r the Everglades must..become-'.the most :
,Etbelwent up to Palm Beach Saturday ---S . toHm a>- valuable agricultural district in Flor- Go I I For correspondence. enclose stamps < : 't' .-

;.. ',. morning;returning! ,thejkame: night.;" iAv A} 1 fHAssAU.;,. Ida.'PreviousefTorta to drain it have' to the . r ;_ AGENT FOR- :
T":, ',_. '. --'. ., r 'demonstrated. the-feasibility of the - '
: : : deriOfWesi: 'Palm-; ;t< t--S !'i. :
; -:;: .spent Sunday TJrtow'n the guest,of 3tr. TV' KlMiI u start tar Haviaa aid"u e ComeS attempt. c Examination baa only in. LSt

S'- ,_ and Mrs_ Hi Sterling. .*f-j-- "-i '*.* "* .M for, VaaaM_ ftboot,. November' 1st._ creased" our knowledge of the salubritjof. Miami i Drug Store Fertilizers, Cbicflgbr.ilk ". Chicago, HI.... ,j l lI 1
.?:. :- :: : the :'climate'.an :jtbe! :phenomena I ,
v large\ocean: : steamer>was'noticed -'The Mrrkbpous lias.n uPon what It AveulzeD: over Bank MIAMI, FLA. :
richness, the soil while he t..
( progressof 57 .
';' 4-:T.just north of tbe House of Refuge Sat consider be' that i ---- ---- n ; '\
(. to reliable. authority. development has pushed forward the J' reoo ,cptrkifDK Soda Water and
r.--: :, . S S' :urday morning travelling very slowLy the steamer':Miami\'will be started'on wave'of settlement till plantations are Crt'befl Fruit Icei. T- tfl.famMA&
1] '. and just south of the BooM it stopped c Pure Drun and Toilet Article AUSCH.WITZ.J l :
: -"' -\andtbendHfCeduorth; .then alterS the* Havaharoute; ; ,very: ponx' after alread1 followIng, theabatement of the: Fin*lib*ot Stationery, Cigars. and
:.. ..... waters.'Jnch; 'i>Jnch,'and capital and ToiMcroc Special attention given ,
half November!lst;between the 1st and the
about started south
an::nour again; ; to' tbe compounding of Prescription -
labor for tile .
are jointly pleading completion -
S ,,; r'S j-'It waa reported that tbe engine was odt 15thand that about the'same date',theCoOoa '''of aywork whIch rappealed to I S *. SS PRACTICAL iff ATCHMAKEL& JEWELER! i
? .r'ofrder.&l14b d t be repsld.: While t
i S...! f ; : wl f'be placed upon .tb Kassau J'eflenou'Datis Tvhen.be was Secretary [ CO. ,
S ..:1-y the boat was drifting Itcame, tr1 near M IDRUG
'-? route:This will be tbe commencement of.:,War; and has nevcir wanted for S J'l
: d 4'gettibrOD*. be7rbckt; S6m" :say It The Miami will advocates?Jin" all- have Block. .A.vec.ue: t:> F 1rt \
.>;;). .-' :., -" touched;;hot. was Ipnlhed off Jn time to not perform" the theycare'that S Belcher . .
.. :
Havana service intervened 'since the M7-ly-h.f, : ,'
"" permanently, having : engineers'sub _
: -
.,= "'-pmeDt1L6'A ccident:C ri"C"i" *"- .<': -, ,, S . vtt b t+-v* S S .'" i
S, ..5 too,small freight capacity. ;As we get muted 'favorable,report to, him for. -S'r-' :
-- -----S ------- 5- -5 = ---- '
it.: 1. 'll eWecprcOtbIsw tk.- Everyone tbe, information two boatswill, :be the;;building; of,.a-'canal, from Gulf. to :ecEJF: S : 3 ';; ....:E TtJ ; ,fih : :
: ; ; j1.; ;)0-{busy fertilizing: and acnffling placed uponUbe Havana';roote at'an ,ocean'J": : "'';: &"'f* si-i.: S., ,', ,v ... :-
4'., *-..;pIneapples and getting their vegeUble early' date* and that at; least one boat 'Tbe"'State'ofFJorida is to be1 congratulated 'RICHMOND, -' HOTEL' .
S. ..(: ;gardw r dTfor'tbewlntercroltbat WiUXhe placed upon'..route including on the present aspect'of theenterprise. : -* : y > ri" 4 '

S ,, S .. :thetbaen'ttimetobe"uewsy4 Porto\BloQand Eastern Cuba&Whepthese .. :; lDple-,'capital .-.can 'command : RRAJD ESTATE / :FREH:> ; ,,1lWD"i.BI'E( \ iCAKESJPIES.
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