East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Vol. 2. TITUSVILLE, Indian [River, FL4: !., FRIDAY. JULY 17' :1891.: No. S3.


TITCSTIIXE POSTOFFICE DIRECTORY Trunks, valises and hats, at the Ba -The train was three hours late on -Mrs.. Chan. Sweet attended the -It is said that In the gigantic estab- and Mil Interesting family, and a sub }'

OK5EBVL-DELIVERY zaar.Mr. Wednesday evening.Mrs. dance )allt night. She: left for Orange Ishmont of John Wannamakor, one can stantlal dinner and supper, a> the night

P. A. McMillan of :Eau Gallie closed the peaceful eyes of the day, 'W1t'
b makeup
open from 8 a. m. until 8 p. except dur SauU, mother of \lrs. Screven county today.MoMn buy anything possibly needed to '
ing the distribution of mall; and on Sunday was in town Tuesday! were treated with a display of fireworb.wblch ,
from S to 9 a. m.when train or steamer la late on Is in town, visiting her daughter Oeo. B. Wells and T. N. a completely furnished house. While
Saturday evening -Read the notice of incorporation of Thompson, of Baltimore! Md., arrived his statement may not apply to the would have done credit to .nny y
-Mr. W. who has been his
Uacey, on exhibition was
OlCr ORDER OFFICE "DeSoto Beach Improvement Company"on In town loot: night sto're of Goo. W .\1troo. our readers wlU city. pyrotechnic:
la open, from 8 a.m,until 4 p. m. another place at Wavrland, Is again at the Indian thouMI1t1'anlt conducted by It. C. BushiwU J>q-, >one, w'of
be at tho one
page. Dr. and Mrs. E. S. Wiley\ returnedt6 surprised
River Hotel.W. .
REGISTERED LETTFRK: Mr. Sauls' son-In-laws, from Be Land,
-Mr. J. O. Walton of Ban Gallie, town lint: night from their trip to useful articles found In his well filled
Are delivered from 8 a.m. until 8 p. m. R. Knox, the painter, has goneto low to the Infinite delight of the children M
caught an alligator, on Wednesday, Ormond. Mrs. Wiley was quite charmed curiosity shop, at Astonishingly;
ARRIVAL or MAIL. St. Lucie, to finish the painting of his well as, tho satisfaction of the grown,npramlfftthors ;
From the North-6:M p.m. which measures over nine feet. He cap- with Jlyit section-and also the hotel. prices. One glance, ftll we passed .
Senator residence. and grand.mothel'll.The
Quay's '
From the South-7 to 12 p. m. tured this saurian alive' Do want bargtilns.ln lal1t1If\ door, took In an array of furniture, gasoline [ i
r you festivities concluded 'witha a
-Mr. and Mrs. Kevins and of of Cham-
son, stoves boat tackle
DEPARTURE.Northbound I I ,copy
-Mr. H. B. Arclhbald l Ii dTo read Graham's list
acting as yoit Address l
-clones at Btf .. m. Mcrritt, started north this morning,and here encycloproillo( nixln score useful short pertinent, eloquent y
County Clerk, in the place of Mr. Stewart of land bargains on tho Inside of
page Mr. llushnoll, responded to by the writer -
.8outbbounda.# a. m. will bo away about two months. articles, not to ho found elsewhere In
who has gone down the river for a thin,paper. t.f. and then three hearty cheers for the
R. C. SCRIXOEOIB, In Ills where Mrs. ,
Bread l is tho t.\1t of life. Altroo'syeast town; fact, place
May I, 1891. couple of day -Quite shot oft 4th
cake; never fails to make It. Ask a large alligator; was Toodles would go Into ocdtaclcs. glorious July.
-Mr. A. S. Magruder, of Rockledge the city.wharf, on Tuesday morning, by Thus the country joined the cities,
your grocer for them. 232 -We often hoar a deal of talk respect
LOCAL NEWS.Society started for Tarvarcs on Tuesday morn Mr. G. W. Scoble. It measured about towns and ,villages In celebrating .he .

ing, to look after business connected I -Btop at the Travelers Hotel when you ten feet: ing the expunxo of growing pineapples birthday of tho ,most, blessed, country
go to Jacksonville; ender the manage under cover; but let us just glance at .
with artesian well driving. I Mention of July 4th's barbecue was on tho face of the globe. So mote It
what U done In tho British l Islandsof
ment of Button K. Barn. See advt. on rocky
and General Gossip In connection nrDy: subscribing $1.50 per annum i forgotten lost week; but, nevertheless, ever bo: A men r' '
and In tho En1UU
with Indian River and Lake Worth see 3rd page. -t.f Jersey Guernsey, i
for the it will cost Messrs. Altree and made OKU en, July th. 1901.
ADVOCATE only Lesley Oglcuby
tlns you tho
daring Brief mention which
past weeV of -There small at ; Channel, are, perhaps .
Jntaratlng Events About People You Three Cents Per \\\'erk\ Postage [Included the residence was of a Mrs.party Geo. M.gathered Bobbins It quite a MICCOHH, and we regret wo wgronot highest types of culture at the present Your truly U., ..'.. v, .

Knaw, and People You Don't Know- to any part of the United States. I present to do justice to the good make
day. Jersey farmers (300 an acre,
Picked op by Our Society Editor. on Wednesday evening, when vocal and
-MI811 Kate Paddlson expects to leave i Instrumental music, dancing and .'Deau.Dag" thlrtgs provided.Mr. yearly, from early potatoes for the London Tho Attempted Murder at
for Eau Gallie visit to Mrs. and' Mrs. Lorrillard and two
to-day, on a ": market; they have more than one
Advertisements under this headIng was the order of the evening.Mr. Lemon City.
J. O. Walton, and will, probably, return I nelccs, the Misses Marlon and Blanch, cow to each acre of meadow In grass,
are,ten cents per line per week. A. E. Klngsley, of Rockledgo, -
to town about Tuesday.For are in Jtown for a.d.ty or so. The two and average $2.10: to each acre of tho Is- '
started for Gainesville on Wednesday for A telegram to EAST COAST ADVO-- .
-Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's.Fire sale, lands on Indian and St. young, }a4ioa'amqulto,I musical, and land. Guernsey, with thirteen hundred
the purpose of taking up a homesteadat OAT' on Monday, from Jupiter, may*!
Cents showed considerable talent lost night at anti rock
Selections mile
per copy. Lucie river All choice for soul to each square more
Miami. The rush to Miami is still on. "Parties from Miami arrived at Juno,
-Mr. and Mrs. Howell Titus are mow pineapples, lemons, truck and bananas. Capt. and Mrs. Fischer's; residence. than'Jersey, has developed green-house
Another from Rockledge and one from with a negro named Ed. Albury, who
ing into their residence On terms to suit. Address Frank culture., The raising of hothouse grapes
new today.A -Just received at the Bazaar a nice
Cocoa, accompanied him, bent on tho I : assaulted L. A. Osteon with an ax* at u

new line of embroidery, laces, etc., Pointer, Orchid, Fla. 14* same errand. There will soon be quitea Une of dry goods, Including gingham, wa started thirty years ago, by a few Lemon City, a few day' ago. Osteen

received at the -Mr. J. Reynolds of Baltimore Md. nainsooks sheeting men, and now the Island exports, yearly, !
,just Baza.tr. colony on Blscayne Bay. chaHTefvlawps, pll- had his head out open, and his body<< e',

-Mr. S. F. GIbbs, of Melbourne, has arrived in town last Friday, for the purpose -Capt. Fischer has had his veranda love, casing, cotton checks, hickory, denims i fifty tons of grapes, which bring 215,00< terribly lacerated,. and I II 'now thought

been in town a couple of days this week. of occupying a position as stenographer screened with wire netting, so that he linen crash, etc.,, etc. Also about at the low price of eighteen cent a to be dead. Osteon originally came
and in the offices of sixty 'dozens of the assortment pound, In winter. Kitchen gardens. un-
-.LYr.E.. P. Porcher, of Courtney, was typewriter and Mrs. Fischer may be able to sit out prettiest from North Carolina. Albury I* a, Bermuda ,
Mes re. Bobbins Gr l1am. of shirts have had. der glass are now the rule. Three
In town Wednesday! on his way home. in the evening, undisturbed by mosquitoes we evor negro. The Sheriff of Dade county .
covered with
fourth of
-One to two thousand Egyptian or other troublesome Insects. The an acre grass, taken Albury; Tltusvlllo tomorrowfor
'-Mr. J. P. Goldsmith, who has beenon Think of paying 00 guinea (I312.2S) and heated for throe months, In the safe kfeeplng. The was work
Queen suckers for sale price $2$ Is not afraid of little work negro
; per Captain a so for three seats at 41
a few days' visit to New Smyrna, said an operatic performance. spring yields eight tons of tomatoes! and I Ing under Osteon' supervision. Further -
hundred, delivered on my wharf. Don'twrite long as he can make himself and family i
This Is what New 'England unable to
it was a most pleasant trip. a and two hundred pound of bean, a* a particular get.
but call. Chas. II. Nauman Haul- comfortable.The .
In London lost -
-Mre. B. F. Brown was taken ill onWednesday Fla. woman paid Wednesday first crop In April and May, to be follow. Edward Albury the who nrurman -
over, Inmates of a certain hostelry In negroderously
when the of
but, we are pleased to note, nlght.> Emperor Germany] ed by two crops more during the summer assaulted A white named
"* Messrs. Dixoa A.Gray, ,and Mr., D. north Titusvllle are fortunate, Indeed. was the guest of the royal family of EnHand .
she is,now much better. and autumn. One gardener 1 I.employed, Osteeo, with a hatchet, on Monday
L. Gaulden have done away with their They Dot ;my croaetnelrfeet ander.thebeet -.."tlt'"was' the swell affair of the assistants small amount of 6th inst., at the above place 'arrived Ga' .

i-An Impromptu, but non -th -lelA plank sidewalk, and laid a more solid table In town, but are occasionallygiven London season, and more notables were with two ; a the steamer St. Augustine, Wednesday t
extremely enjoyable dance 'occurred at tree coke Is consumed, with a dollar' worth: In of the .sheriff ef
and substantial one of shell and marl, an ,opportunity to enjoy a pre"nt than have ever been gathered on l\I"'rnoon."
Mre.Decker's. Tuesday evening. of gas a month, for a small watering1/ Dade, F. W. Church, and war handed,,
put In its place. dance or concert, which Is as much enjoyed a similar ooca lon., This I I. the highest
glne. Prince Krapotklne writes that haw over to our Deputy-ShedfJohnWaller, ,
Our line of shoes is something in which -Mr. Theodore Titus, Qf''Thomasville by the younger guest as an epicurean price ever!,)laid for opera ,seats. Like quarter mile of under for safe keeping until lmjs, trial before the,
we take especial pride. We keep the feast. green pea of the Circuit Court.
Ga., arrived in town Tuesday evening many of those who go to the opera In which had judge
best. J. P. Turner & Co. a -The attention' our readers is glass, in April, already yield. The following statement, with reference
and his many friends were glad to New York* however the lady paid 'an excellent and
of assault made
ed 3,200 pounds peas, to the was by OH teen,
-The dance last night was more enjoyable see him. Mr. Titus Is becoming one of drawn to the new advt. of Geo. Lester A extravagant price to be one of the audience were full, a* If untouched, and he also the Injured man!

than ,usual;. he musicians, had Georgia's most prominent young law Co., the well-known and reliable fruit not to hear the opera. It was the saw potatoes dug from the ground In LKMOK CITY, FLA., July7,1801.Ante .
evidently been practicing.Mr. Importer of Washington street, New dress of the nobles of two
yers. parade great
of five bushel to of
April, at the rate twen Mortem statement LawrenceA.

E. M. Brelsford, of Palm Beach, -In consequence of the Intended resignation York, which This firm will be found on our eighth great monarch which cost her over $300 ty-one feet square of ground. The 1m- Osteen sworn to on July<0th< 1801: -*-

started north on Saturday morning, and of Marshal Circle, who Is anxious page. publishes a weekly price to see. mouse vineries of Mr. Bonliford, In Jersey "I was put In charge of Mr. Wilson
will probably be away the remainder of list, which they will be pleased to for- Lowe' place, at Mr. Lowe' request. "r
to go on his homestead on the lower thirteen their cost
cover acres; excellently -
ward upon application, free of charge.. Edward Albury, the negro man who was'also
the summer. river a petition has been going I qMortJtag. built, was '2.60 a square yard.
-Yra. I working for Mr. Lowe, came, Into
M. J. Walker of
-Twenty Thousand Dollar to loan at around this week for the purpose of obtaining Daytona, and! The whole work I I. done by thirtysixmen the house and took provisions, which

taken the of those who her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Sweet, of New deed, Warranty deed, was against Mr. Lowe'* ,order and, I
10 per cent it quick; In sums to signatures are Quit-Claim deed Bill of sale and 1,000 load of coke and coal ,
suit Bobbins A Graham. 13tf in favor of Mr. Henry Titus being appointed Orleans, arrived In town on Wednesday Satisfaction of mortgage, Tax certificate heat the whole for tho season. The reminded him of the fact. 1Ie' got an
evening. Mr*. Sweet I I. the wife of our and rushed out to gather rock,
In his stead. Tax sale deed Leases
-Thenew, bakery of Messrs. Monteua late townsman and real estate dealer Assignment of for crops are not counted by bushel, hut by; with which to strike me. I picked tip m'
mortgage Principe
&; Simmons will be ready for business -The Jacksonville Evening Telegram Bond for eto tons. Beside tide the Channel Isles shot gun, which was against the door;
Mr. Chas. Sweet, who left here to enter Title summon,
-morrow.. says: "Capt. R. P. Paddlson, of the Indian For sale at the ADVOCATE:office. One, have simple shelter of thin planks and he threw up his hand, and begged met ;
into business In New
Orleans. Mrs. not to hoot him. I told him I did not
-Mr. M. W. Lichty, who has been River Steamboat Company, and one Walker returned to Daytona yesterday, 10c.; free, 2Sc.; dozen 60o,; one hundred glass, which only cost ten cents per want to Injure him, but only wanted him

of the most popular steamboat men In square foot, and, nevertheless, allow of to behave hlm elf.
making quite a long stay in Tampa, returned while Mrs. Sweet remained in town until Also, attachments, In sets, 11.00: six 1I.wuquletfortberemainder
to his post at the,Weather Bureau the State, is in the city." And so we this morning.The sets, $5.00. Ten In each set. Copyr4gbt.Wedding. most surprising crops for sale by the of the' day. Thl was on Sunday .

last learn, for the first time, that Capt. Pad- end of April. July 5th, 01. On Monday morning. .1 ,
night.DeputSheriff Indian River Steamboat Company July Oth, '91, he went and helped him*
dison has retired from the *** *
Waller started down elf to provision again, and I said, "Ed-. '
the East Coast Transportation Com I is now building at the ship yard In We shall be pleased to' S Market Ilevlcw. ward
not Lowe
are doing a* Mr.;
river this morning, to arrest a man for pany. When did It occur? Eau Gallie, a fine, new and fast passenger receive a share of your Ie. New YOHK, July, 13, 1801. told you to do; you are to come to me
shooting at a lady. We are asked not boat 05 feet 18 :I Job Work-envelopes "
day long, feet beam, 41 { ,} a The week with a more favorable when you want provision. And .be s
to mention the circumstance until our -A very pleasant little impromptu with a stern wheel. She will be able to i letter-heads,note-heads, IIq market on opens watermelon, owing to replied that he would do as he mind to;' F

next Issue. dance took place at the Indian River i reel off fourteen mile an hour. The or bill-heads anything, else.statements lighter receipt; fancy, selling at l.jo. to that be was left In charge of the place
p also. He took the provision into the
Hotel on Monday evening which was 17c. Primes, 120. to 14o. LeConte
-We challenge comparison with any company has directed that she be named
$..50 to (dJ,0 barrel orate kitchen, where be eats, and wa saying'
In the State the and considerably enjoyed by those present. the St.,Ormond In honor of pears, per ; ,
place on quality OrmondontheHallfax h' $1 to $1.50. Musk melon, $:j to $3 per something all the time, but I didn't catch
price of our clothing. J. P. Turner 4 They started the dance early In the evening the northern terminus of bbl. A few North Carolina sweet potatoes wbatlt wa*. He was aUo moving about at

Co. and finished before ten o'clock, so that company'; line.-Jacksonville Eve arriving today sold at .$d to $7 the time.and I sat down to eat breakfast.,
that the guests should not be disturbed. Egg plant, $4 to t-1 bbl. Boston I heard him behind me, and I turned
-Mr. and Mrs. H. Walton, of Clifton Miss Edith Altree appeared to be the ning Telfgram. -A: new line of dry good at the Da- marrow squash, $2.23 per bbL crate. around, to see what ho wa up to. .I had

arrived in town Monday, and left for ; -Indian River Guards: All memben eau no sooner turned around than be struck

New York Tuesday morning on their I pianist of the evening.The of the Indian River Guard will -MUM' OWe Lapham, of Merritt, I I. on Fort Pierce. me In became the head unconscious with a hatchet.I and. when I

way to England to spend the remainder epidemic of Miami fever is still meet at the Armory on Friday eveningnext a visit to Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Geiger and came to, I wa covered ,with blood. I

of the summer. on the Increase in Titusvllle, and has ox- at 9 o'clock p. m., for the purposeof say she like Tltnsvtlle very much, and Mr. R. Carlton arrived home} Monday, harnessed up the pony, and drove ;te

-Ye sra. J. G. O'Brien, R. O. ElU h- tended as far north as Gainesville, and perfecting the organization under the would like to live here. We have known from a trip to Orlando. to Miss Merritt' homestead, where I am ,I

of Dublin west as far as Klsslnunee. Several severe new law. The company baa now been hiss Lapham about six and woulj at present.
man, and J. W. HIgginbotham year, Mr. Knox and son came down from My wound consist of two gashes) lathe
Texas, arrived here Friday and started cases have developed during the disbanded by operation of law, and unless be pleated to sec, her locate here. She : TltusvUle Saturday, to finish painting bead, one In the left shoulder: ODe

for MUml Sunday They are took past few days, among our own town people the muster roll are signed at once, attended last night' dance. Senator Quay, ; house In the chest, and one In the right b... "f .

lag after land. > while those previously reported and forwarded, we will certainly lose our -The have little Mr*. Black and Miss Lily Ben paid a All the wound, except the first wound
have developed more Intense and alarmIng last opportunity to have a military company public appreciation visit to their brother at Lemon View In the head, I have no recollection of receiving '

-Indian River Hotel. For the next symptoms. If the wave of immigration at Titncville. IL F. Atkinson of the value of well conducted local but Saturday. a* I wa unconscious after .re
three months-commencing July 1st toward the Blacayne: Bay country newspaper. Beneficence to the community The Florida Canning Co's., trade boat calving the first wound.L. A. OTKKVM i .

the term for board and room for Indian continue unabated other portions of Fruit should be eaten In the early are so common that they are unnoted "Irene"'arrived Thursday from her trip ,

River resident and county people, the State will have to bestir themselves, part of the day. The old adage "Goldat bat none the less no town or city' can down the river. H. J. Burkhardt, worn, ayj !

will be $L50 day. L M. Mabbette, morning, silver at noon, and lead at advance without IU newspaper are In Messrs. Sleet and
Harbin 8ta
per or lose their position In the race. Shleppey "On the of July, 1891. '1 vUlUdMr. I
proprietor. 213: night ha a scientific basis. The natural the forefront of advancement. They brought up a load of fine pineapple L. A. OaUen at Mr. Merritt'.. Htwa > llJ

-IB view of the prospect of a very acidity of fruit, acting upon the. are the life of the community. They slips from Eden Tuesday in the schooner lying in bed belplea, la a very.Hticai .' ::

Quite a number of porpoises have large yield of Florida oranges in 1891, empty stomach, I* a tonic for the torpid must lead in every effort to lavlte'capital "Bonnie Boon," for K B. Everett.Mr. state. He "had one wound aero**) ,t n '

been besporting themselves In Indian the growers of that State will learn with liver. Persons with active brain are. enlarge Industries and enthuse the Ditman arrived back from a short the top of his 4 i 1

River during the past few weeks. They satisfaction from such an authority as frequently unable to eat uncooked people in the use of their advantage. visit to the northern part of the State. long made, and two I j:
have frequently been seen in front of the Mr. W. H. Crouch, of the firm of Smith and, for this class, fruit cooked or stewed TIle local newspaper 1* the one newspaper on He his Intend hotel making soon. great Improvement It penetrated the ,

Indian River hotel at this place, and appear A Crouch, Liverpool, England, that Florida or baked and moderately sweetened that should command the patron ring of the brain.

to be very playful and"full of fun oranges are now a popular fruit In I.I advised. Apple may very properly age of the community. If only one The Fourth at Otteen. boulder the back of his

and frolic. England, and that the profitable marketing be classed first In value. There 1* no journal| eaa be taken la a family It er wound*one on

.Construction has been commencedon of the oranges in future will depend more healthful dish for the breakfast should be-the on. published at home. Eat Coast Advocate; body-all serious; :

the extension of the Orlando and only upon the fruit being in good condition table than baked apple In thl* mode These I* now Uttle excuse for any person We bad the honor of being one of the all. HM. condition H.J'i f i

Winter Park road from Orlando, via on arrh'allD Liverpool. Mr. E. of cooking the property of the fruit of ordinary lateleJgence not taking a local guest of Mr. Gee 8.ull. near Osteen, not him give on the much 8th.tor I

Oviedo to Bock Ledge. The line win L. GoodseD the domestic fruit auctioneer most valuable a* an alterative lie just newspaper, since the beat can be had : on the memorable occasion of the (torioa same statement -

be completed ready for business, next representing that firm in New York underneath the skin, and I* thus re for a nominal cost; but there should 4tb of July made more memorable ten eMs norton .

season. J. 0. Turner has been appoint.ed expect to export large quantities this tained. Next to the apple is the orange; ever be the heartiest accord and ympa- by the extreme pleasure we enjoyed. i read la evidence. t 4

chief engineer and is working with coming *eaon.-New York Fruit Tndt then all the berrie' of the temperate thy between the local newspaper and After social conversation with this genial meat dence hi would fear of not

energy.-Itfuton.. Journal one a* they ripen la "order.-Y.icban6e.. the community.-Philadelphia Tlnti gentleman, of the old school styiee 'I '




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t 1i, L t FLORIDA'S BUDGET aptt.\\ 'llb ck fs placet at $1,000.000, INDIAN RIVER PROPERTY. B are making *v peoJalty this season of what

.fie" Cast Coast( dVCCOic [ with every share taken up and i;paid for, a"tIU1 CAn. PARAG0N HARNESS. &"
w. our:
i. upd cot one !harp on the market for sale
1 ,.... ...:J The company will-. go immediately to Twenty Exoillint Bargains In RiaEstati Made of the FiNEST STOCK and the very ,
E Of Newsy Notes and Pointed :work to drain the overflowed lands and on Indian Rim, Fla. BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness e
TITU8V1LLV. I pl'ioe them in condition for --
Paragraphs. planting
F for less than $25.
be bought
L l -- -- --- They expect to cu'tivate rice and sugar No. 1. The DW } of Ie I of Section 24,
Inl to its size Colorado retail. But we are willing,
proportion on a vi ry largo scale, and also l to erect t 87, sr 87 c-40 acres, on peninsula op. at 1C QP
Springs Ii probably the richest town Several new mines have lately beenopened their own sugar and rice mill, and pre posit MelfjorDa; pronounced by county In order to Introduce It, to ( .,*".

(.0 tho United States. One single and business up in the of all vicinity kinds in Fort White the, crude productions for market. surveyor to be nn excellent piece of pine.! SELL ONE SET ONLY ...60.
feeling Dredges
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have been already ordered and land. Price f 20 acre. Adjoining \ & '"
apple per '
street contains the residences of twen. Impetus of the large amounts of money within to one person as a ..
I I work will commence actively the i land ii selling at from $50 to
ly-ono millionaires. put in circulation. A $300,000 transaction two There Is sample for Ii (
._ I I, next months. a fall ,about $75. .
la phosphate' land is now in pro twenty-six feet from the highest point to No. 2. Lot 4 of section 24, t 37, r 40 e. $16.50. # t.r M
Ansstaelus, the chief of the famous gress. the Indian river, and the excess of water Fronts on north shore of St. Lucie river. ... r1

Greek brigands, whoso cheerful habit I ITho I governor has appointed Howell will be conducted through the San Sebas- 70 87-100 acres; price, $25 per acre. g' o Jresw' >d' sada
and Titus, Titusville, to be notary public for tian river to the Indian river, and so out No. 3. Lot 4 of section 25: t 87, r 40 e, Etta par
is to kidnap harmless state at large; J. O. Ayers, Aucilla, Jef- to the ocean. Besides their Own extensive AS 6 -100 acres, half mile front on south o'fX ;\ ,, ....., ,
keep them on short commons until a fmon county, to constable District cu'tivation: the company will leas short of St. Lucie river Excellent land ;; ,. ;t

ransom is paid, is described as a type 8, Henri Prespiech 93 Nassau street, some portions of its improved land to $25 per acre. (.: ., :r ,*.
cultivated room 11, fifth floor, Few York city, to farmers, but docs not propose to sell. No. 4. Lot 1, 76 80-100 acres: lot 2,
vf perfect Greek beauty, a very be commissioner of deeds for the state of a" ? > $'
71 90.100 acres lot 8, 65 16-100 acres;
C mmrrtt> f Key Wcu.
man who speaks four languages Florida in and for New York.A .
in 24 t 37 40 Each lot his
The report of the Committee appointed ill sec r e. $
and Las the manners of courts. deposit of petrified bone has just by the board of trade to collect statistic a quarter of a mil front on St. Lucie .<

been discovered one milo north of WII-| showing the commercial importance of ,. river and adjoins the extensive pineapple .
''It Is remarked by the Inspector of litton in Levy county Three holes the northwest channel very exhaustive plantation\ of Tyndall & Dyer.

Explosives in England, in his fifteenth have !been dug at distances of thirty feet both as to quantity and value, and will\ The three lots bare a combined frontageof
apart, and portions of a huge skeleton no doubt be of great assistance to Capt. thret-quarters of a milo on very deep -
annual report, that the number of teen in each opening. The skeleton has Black in from water and being situated on the south
getting congress further THIS IS ONE OF THE 4O STYLED WHICH WE
deaths by accident among 10,000 per. not as yet been uncovered, but evidently appropriations for deepening this pass shore of the broad St., Lucie, are absolutely

Sons engagedfn the manufacture of it belonged to some mammoth animal. age. The following table gives the imports free from danger of frost. $20 per .0
I The bones strange to say, were discovered and exports to and from the port acre for these three lots in a body, or U
explosives! amounted last year only to at a depth of only eighteen inches lot :
of Key West, Fla., for the year 1801 $25 per acre forfeither separately.This Dvw
eight. For the seven years before the from the surface. is an exceptional bargain-a better .0

Explosive .Acts came Into operation I The new railroad now being graded Foreign and imports fruits,-value 50,000$125,000 barrels: 30,000 vegetables investment than the amount required to < zm
from Tallahassee to Gainesville Ii' rush and a homestead at : 1mza
of secure prove up
there was an average thirty-nine bales tobaccco, $3,500,000; 60,000 gal. .
ing ahead with all possible and is Miami and is not dependent
speed Ions upon prospective
deaths wine, $00,000 0,000 cases gin and
annnally manufacture, ; IIIZ
I for iron satisfactory
ready the cross-ties and for a other liqnors, t60 000. Domestic imports and perhaps long delayed 0 .
although the number employed was distance of about fifteen miles from barrels transportation facilities.
-25,000 vegetables valuedat
Very much smaller. I I'Tlte Tallahassee. A substantial wire fence t is 'I' $100,005: ; 50,000 barrels salt, fish, No 5. Lot 1 of sec 86, t 37, r 40 e. OCk: III.

also being- built right along with the valued at $4,000; 12,000 head beef cattle 44 1 10 acres, on south shore of St. Lucie t = .
I grading. Steel rails will loon be on 'river. Quarter mile deep water front. _
chief inspector of workshopsand hand and the work commenced of placing at $180,000200; horses, valuedat $25 acre. W < .
$15,000; 3,000 hogs, valued at $15 < III
factories of Qhlo has issued orders them down immediately, cross-tics 000 8,000 sheep, $30,000; 4,000,000 feetlumber No. 0. Lot 3 of sec 80, t 87. r 41e. No. 165, STAR OEAR SPINDLE BODY.
to fifteen cigar manufacturers of Cincinnati being gotten out by a large force.A ; rough, $80,000; dressed lumber, Half mile of river front on north shore HATUIUI.WOOD mama, OR PAIjmtD

to discharge all tho children in Tallahassee correspondent says: sash, blinds, etc., $30,0002,000,000; of St. Luc'e river. 40 1-10 acres, at $25: Built on Honor, Entirely different from Cheap Western

"A few more weeks and the luscious Le ,500; 3,000,000IhIngleR t $12.. per acre. Work. Live Dealers wanted. Territory given.
their under the of 16.
employ age Conte pear will be shipped to the great 00010; 000 0000 brick $120,000 ; 55,000 Bargains Nos 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, containing eec

This order is based on a law of Ohio, markets of the country-east,and west.- tons of asortedmerchandise$5,600,00: ; in the aggregate 436 61.100 acres, K I N Q MA M STURTEVANT &
passed last winter, prohibiting the em from the vast orchards in and around 5,000 tons ice, $5,000.: Domestic exports will be sold in a body at $15 per acre. LARRABEE

nt of children under 16 Tallahassee. Tho fruit may not be asI 125,000,000: cigars, value, $$7,000 This is a good chance to make 100 per '
ploy mo
I I this cent in less than twelve months.No. .
prolific account
year M formerly, on 000.00; 400,000 pounds sponges, value .,... -
of. ago at occupations Injurious to | of the late spring, but it will be larger 1000000.00; 800,000 dozen pineapples 7. Lot 1 of seo 25: t 37, r 40 e. SEND FOR FULLCATALOCUE8.
health; Mr. McDonald, tho inspector' I in growth, and hence make up for the value, 200000.00; 100,000 crates 2'! 78.100 acres; and lot 2 of same sec, BINCHAMTON, N. Y.

ays that he has certificates from sev I deficiency number. Tallahassee and vegetables, value, 100000.00; 100,000 211 acre'. One is on tho north* and the
surrounding country in a few years can pounds green turtle, value, 10000.00; other on the south shore of St. LurIe .
'oral physicians that tho tobacco supply the whole country with pears. 50,000 pounds salt fish, value, $4,000.00;; river. Each lot has a quarter of a mile

manufacturing Industry is In. I Some of the owners of the tobacco 400,000 pounds fresh fish value $'0 frontage on deep water. $30 per acre in
Jurloui to the health of ,the young em; I stored in the bonded warehouse which, 000.0012,000 hides, $llSOOO.Oolnad.dltlon separate lots. No reduction if both lots WE ARE IN THE LEADFOR

"ployes and hence orders tho children with its contents, was destroyed by fire to the statistics the committee report are taken.
in Jacksonville, Hay 18th, are feeling that the Mallory, Plant and No. 8. Lot 3 of sec 24-5180-100 acres
discharged.: The order will\ affectiomo exceedingly comfortable over a decision Morgan steamship companies have inlf mile front on St. Lucie river; and THE M08T FOR THE MONET IS ODR1OTTO.
ICO children. of the treasury department giving an allowance steamers which arrive in the lot 4 .of see ,,80, t 37, r 40 o-77 acres.

for damages on tobacco on port of Key West ten times also fronting on St. Lucie river. $25: per BEST ONE OF
Down in Sonsonate, Central America which the duties had been paid and for each week, and the amount of traffic as acre for tither or both lots.

there is a poet named Alejandro which permits had been issued for delivery given does not represent more than 11 No 0. Lot 4 of sec 23, t, 37, r 40 e, 53 MATERIAL OUR CATA
but which permits had not been per cent, of tho business which these 6-100[ acres, with quarter mile front on
do Arrne Jimenez, who wants to con- placed in the hands of the importers. lu lines do at their terminal points. The 8t Lucie river; excellent land; $25: per AND LOOUESWORKMAN

tibuto, for $$000, a poem to tho Chi. such cases tho goods are considered as Mallory ships which tr.dewlth Key West

cago Exposition. This poem is epic, t being still in the custody of tho customhouse ply between New York and Galveston, acre.No 10. Lot 4 of sec 8, t 38, r 41 e, 30 FULLY IL-

composed of twenty-seven cantos of officials, and the government, and if there was sufficient water on the 64.100 acres, with half mile frontage on
I therefore, t is liable for the lose bar, would use the northwest passage Ingoing south prong of St Lucie river, opposite SHIP LUSTRATE3WINS.

ninety, stanzas of eight royal linos. The Voluiia County Il< Don Jimenez says ho has been twenty. I magnitude of the intended phosphate de- The deepening of the northwest passage plantation ; superior quality of land, OUR LINE. ,
five years writing it, and while as a I I velopment in Florida transcends the would open a water way between all the known ns old Indian field and camp SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTEKTIOI
1 Atlantic and gulf which would
monument "it is not a superb Eiffel grasp of the human mind. In some sections port ground. Price, $23 per acre.
where the phosphate t is found, the i lave to the commerce of the world plying No 11. se t of "W J of sec 2. t 38, a r A SAMPLE JOB WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR
'Tower, it is beyond doubt far superior orango industry has been lost sight of. between the Atlantic and the gulf ports, 41 e, on south aide of St Lucie river, two
to }it." It is entitled the "Saullad" Speculation by capitalist in phosphate not only an actual distance of seventy hundred yards back from river; excel- WORK IS THE WORK TO BUT.

or, ""The Conversion of St. Pant theApostle. lands is no longer at fever heat. Active miles each way, but would avoid the lent pineapple land. Joins plantation of
*" operations in putting in mining machinery risk consequent to .going around the Tor. O. K. Wood Prig, $7.110 per acre. BRIDGEWATER CARRIAGE CO.E.OANOBBJ. i
Tho $3000 he wants Immediately .
: .
tngas. land. Lot 0 and
in many places have begun, and No 12. Pineapple n
to, pay his expenses to Chicago thousands of tons of the rich rock are The Agricultural HI."... ej of set of sec 15: t. 37, r 40 e; 63 :: : V.A...

and I if the poem Is not satisfactory leaving the state every week for foreign For a long time past there has been i acres including a clearing and field or .
A deal of English much dissatisfaction with the conduct of tn nnA *,ntnlAa Ant niit*, nn _north fork
be Is not to be asked to return tho ports. great capital 'l.l'Ulilucni'|***a, v ----
has been invested in phosphate property the Florida experiment station, at Lake of St 1.lIcle river. Price, $1,0JO.( Very
money.. in the state, and English capitalists are City, at the head of which t is Dr. James little waste land in tho tract.
operating a number of mines. Depass, a Baptist minister At the time No. 13. Lot 4 of sec 14, containing 33: .
There Is no quesUon, tate. the New Sisal u... ta Florlda. of the recent logislativu: session this di,. Acres; and lot 2 of sec 23, containing 70 dM

York News, that Russia is hoarding Some ten months ago the Florida Fiber' satisfaction had assumed such proportions acres; all In t 29, r 88 e. Very fine ham .1I Jt:

gold.. The United States has alreadyfelt company was organized in Jacksonvillewith that Senator Brown, of Columbia mock situated opposite Micco on the ;
a capital of $40,000, and tho company county, in which is situated the expert peninsula; free from frost Each lot hw ...
drain financiers
force of tho
the now owns 1,810 acres of land InDade mont station, brought tho matter before quarter of mile of' river front. ThU
are disturbed by the unusual county, near Ft. Lauderdale, and it the legislature, and an investigating land is bounded on the north by the re- "WANT A "'AGON '.

Outlay that has taken place. It is said is pushing the work of clearing the land, committee was appointed. Owing, how rfnt purchase of S. F. Gibbs from Jno. I
that the is needed to planting and cultivating (what little is ever, largely to the general demoraliza- V. Bard, and Is about half a mile northof .1'We .are wagons, busies, surrtyt. High mae as fight
money repay
needed) the sisal, with energy. The ion of business consequent upon the the celebrated place of Smith Bros. l durable stylish u beautifully Swished u modernized .
Busslan loans that are about to mature, company has erected houses, purchasedboats senatorial contest, and the apparent One of the finest bodies of land In the cture can produce Built on honor by mm of Me

but !in view of the threatening attitudeof and appurtenances, tools and implements necessity, to both sides, of having all county, excellently adapted for the culture experience. Honesty U oar poleyj> prompt shipment our <

affairs on the continent it is more procured over two hundred voters remain at Tallahassee, the comnittee of orange, lemons, vegetables or I specialty. We want to know Write f
thousand plants, and soon will be readyto though it commenced a thorough pineapples. This place will not stand on yon. us. Cosrj you '..
than probable that in its treasury, as begin making the fjber. This fiber is investigation, never completed it, and Mir books many days. Speak quick. I DOt1 ac. May !lead to business by and by. 3eod'for our r

well as in its war department, the used largely for binding twine and cordage when it came to making out its report Either lot, separate, $ 7..50 per acre, or catalogue. It b free to every reader of this paper. Bing.

Muscovite government is getting purposes-some $16,000,000 worth there was such disagreement among its ';25: for the whole tract. bamton Wagon Co., BinghamtoM. Y.,
having been used in the United States members that a compromise report was No. 13. House and lot In Tilusville,
the contest that
ready for tremendous
last year. The plant requires nothingbut adopted recommending:; an investigation at corner of Palm and Julia streets, ad. "BUILT FOR BUSINESS." t.
impending between the great pow. favorable soil, freedom from cold and by toe board of trustees of the Florida joining residence of Wm M. Brown.

-er. An accident may precipitate the the sun's rays. These conditions have State Agricultural college. In sccord- Comps.ies a lot 75: by 03 feet, and the

conflict,'but it is evident that Russia been carefully looked after by this company once with this recommendation the boardof house in of new style nicely finished, 1.
and there is every indication of trustees met in Lake City recently, and good as new; cost $1,300 to build. 4JtJ.SEI.'fD
is determined to be prepared at every splendid results and concluded their labors after a four Known as the ITuckabay residence. Dot- .

point for the outbreak when it occur. The F..'Mall 8ervie t. D.DUe.Bll..ed. lay's session. The director of the experimental tom price $1,200.No. .
An Important announcement was madeto station is well known tbrough- 14.. House and lot, corner of
'$ome curious experiences are reported the Jacksonville Board of Trade at its out the south ftl a man of unusually fine Pine and DeSoto streets, just north of -

lost monthly meeting through P. E. He- .billty. Evidence was given by memo the home of 001 rle W. Martin. Very : US YOUB.ADVERTISEMENTS-
of ,
from Italy as to the effect .
his staff and
ben of employee on the
Murray, postmaster at JacksonAille. It large; lot; small, but well built house
colors on the nerves of the sick and seems that the president of the South I, station. Senator It. F. Rogers and only finished a few weeks ago.:; Cost

insane. In the hospital for the insaneat Florida railroad has been notified by the Representative Ike Brown were prosecu- : over 300. Plastered throughout, and
at ors on behalf of the trustees, while the bas and Price $100.
postoffice department Washington fireplace chimney
Alessandria, special rooms are arranged .
after the of director wa his own. defense, which he and lot. fronting
that let August, 1891, pay No. 15.: House on !
I with) red or blue paint on tho for the fast mall service will be discon handled admirably. Fr. m some of the Broad street in Titusville, just cast of

trails. A violent patient is suddenly tinued. This ,U a matter of very serious witnesses he adduced abuudant proof .to the home ofV.. R. Knox. Fronts 50

brought Into a blue room and left to import, ,not only to Jacksonville establish the fact of wanton opd malicious .. feet on railroad. Two houses on the lot;
and all of Florida, but also to evidence having been given mendaciously property now rented to good tenant, at
the effects of that color on .his nerves. the cities the against him to a great extent,
of south Price $275
most large on ';7 per month -a great ul
Ono maniac was cured in an hour; Atlantic seaboard, since, if the government however, committeemen Rogers and bar In.

another was at peace in his mind after discontinues the pay for this fast Brown rendered five distinct findings, No. 16. Fine block of hammock and '
mall service the will asserting that by the evidence and ad. north of town beautiful Our
railway companies pine just park; Columns
passing a day in a n out of violet in all probability,' be found to abandon mission of Director Depass he bad place for residence. Size, 210 by 830 will Prove a First-

The red room is use i for the commonest their fast mail scheule, and New York received money for the sale of feet. Would make 14 good building .d
will be further off it is wood and analyses ot phosphate which than half of this block i
form of dementia-melancholy- a day than now. lot'. More class
Not only the southern states will be in had not been accounted fur nor creditedto splendid oak and magnolu:; hammock. Medium for making your a
usually accompanied by a refusal to the station fund; that by the evidence
convenienced but the West India trade Price, $t30.
take food. After three hours in the carried of of various witnesses Le bad receiver lots .
on at the port Tampa will also be No, 17. Two good building opoita \
red room; a patient affected in this seriously incommoded. Vigorous protests money from the government which likewise > the Titutville public school; ad. wants known It will :,
) h made had not been accounted for; and of C. E. Dakin excel. surely pay
"way began to be cheerful and ask will undoubtedly rgaiast this joining property ;
used the
he had station
proposed action by the government, and teat money to lent neighborhood. Size, 50 by 105 feet.Price .
for food.
it is hoped that some arrangements will pay private express and freight bill, $125 each. to
be made so that the fast mail can be continued which had not been refunded. Tbe public No. 18. Ej| of nwj and lots 1 and 2 of you patronize us. '
There Is small doubt that is asked to withhold judgment until !
,, Stanley ; I sec 17, tIn. a T 89 e, contiining 144
will after July 10th to which date the board half mile of river front \
return to Africa. The man who Extend Laid Deal. crea. Has onwrst
in One of the biggest land deals in Florida adjourned to meet, in Tallahassee, when aide of river at head of Narrows, ft
spent years exploration and
the evidence will be
has been recently consummated.Some given carefully revised u't below Barker's Bluff.' Good fringe
who has demonstrated his and Dcp-ws's ebutUl of the findings =SUBSCRIBE
great months ago: a syndicate, composed of hammock front. Part marsh, but =
of the committee beard. Theo his
capacity for opening up new regionsand in the main of Orlando men got posses- innocence will tie announced about tOO acres of good land in the tract.
or guilt
for conciliating 'tribes ion of an immense tract of muck kind Pnce, $3,000.
savage can. n Brevani county lying near and on officially _ _ No. 19. The north 43 acre of lot 1,
not be expected to rest easy iu the un. lake Saw Grass. In all there is about and of the ne \ of nw } of sec 5, t 27. r

exciting life of the civilized world. If one hundred and twelve thousand acres, Electrocuted. 37 e. Price, $20( per acre. This land is FOR THIS PAPER !

he confessed all that he feels Stanley some high and dry, and some overflowed, -- 8 two miles of Eau Gallie just north of
but a .u'WlIof humus tile accumulation A dispatch from Sing Sing, N. Y., Horse Creek and opposite Tropic; about
wsmld say that never since he lost of centuries of alternate growth and gays The killing of the four murderers a quarter of a mile north of Goshen postffice. .

lIght of the superb snowy' teak of decay of vegetation. The land is of : _Slocum, Smiler, Wood and Jugiro- High bluff front; deep water

ML Ruwentiori has ho lost the desire i about the same character as the Disston was done,Tuesday morning. Slocum was close to shore. Land in same vicinity -... -
return and lands near St. Cloud, which han been so : Siniler was put to deathat has sold within the put year at $75 per
ascend 5:14,1Yood
and also
to ex. successfully drained, and hick are BOW : met his doom at 5:39, and

ptyre the untraveled country that being cultivated in rice and sugar. The Jugiro was killed at 6:00 o'clock. The acre.No.. 20. Lot 4 of sec 32. t 87, r 41 e.

stretches away to the westward of It. syndicate which controlled this property electrical apparatus used was similar in 11 acres; excellent pineapple land. Quarter I It is brimful of
Ills future has lust transferred all its rights and construction to the one used in KemmlenUecutlOIl mile front on St. Lucie river adjoinngplantation interestingreading matter I
will bo
expeditions In the
franchises to a new stork company formed eleven months ago, with various of Stewart & Outing .,
Intereit of trade, but none the stockholdei Improvements and higher voltage.Death sale St Lucie and YOU
14 New York, and having for its 'attestof land for on will be
less they will b. powerful In their some of the wealthiest men of in each caw was instantaneous and river, at reasonable figure. sure to find within its columns

civilizing effects as have been the that city. The company will be known painless.He Terms on any of the above, half cash;
be baa made in by the title of the Baa Pebastian Land balance ia one, two or three years at something to entertain.
Journeys tho Congo Improvement, Sugar and Investment nn to inscribe far this paper as ftsoBtaine legal Interest Correspond with ut.

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THROUGH DIXIE. New appoiotagCotone1' Orleans! La.George adjutant: Mooreman of ,the of THE WIDE WORLD;!ri;., AN ALLIANCE., MANIFESTO ,$65 OUR SILVER QUEEN $65I ;:

United ConfederatetVetersn*, with headquarter : It poaelblo aflret-elaa. Buggy with Sllve lated Dash Rail Seat,
HEWS THE SOUTH BRIEFLY in New Orleans; Colonel J. F. GENERAL AND"- ,,Which is Intended to Raise the Rail, Handles, Hub Bands, *m" Shaft TIps, for above price*? s:1
Bhipp, of Chattanoog., Tenn., quartermaster Price of Wheat. .ter rD
PARAGRAPHEDForming general of the United Confederate CABLE CULLINGS A O: i > : (')
Chicago dispatch of Tuesday says: r
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Veterans, with headquarters in Chattanooga The) Farmer' is about :
Alliance to un. III <
These officer are appointed on 4( III () .... '
an Epitome' Daily the staff of the commanding general), and Of Brief Items of Interest From farmers dertake the of the experiment of organizing a scheme the of > ".".. ..1 -i- <' /' 'w
country upon u
Happenings Here and There. will immediately enter upon their respective Various Sources. compelling the payment of corner prices a E oo : '' ap' Oa .
0 ZIt'
duties. >
-- for the 1801 wheat crop. An offichl : > ZOZ ;;;
The statue of Stonewall Jackson al Bids for the construction of tho South The cotton Is In a flout manifesto has been prepared with (eat &. &. : < "' > .
Egyptian ,0
Lexington, Vs., will be unveiled on July Boston Iron Works at Middlesboro, Ky., foiling condition.: crop secrecy and will" placed in the hands ..o

21St were opened in that city Wednesday, in of every member of the Farmer Alliance .... to) r&I& ,::, 0' 0' )0
the The next of the National Editorial M '
The Jefferson Lumber al presence of the officer of town meeting calling him to withhold III z O. :1:1:
upon .
Jefferson, Texas made an Company assignment, company and a number of the leading association will be at St. F.ut, a part or all\ of his wheat and inducing :Z- CI) b:0 "'
Wednesday. contractors in the country. Most of the Minn., on July 14th. his friends and neighbors to do the < 0 0 0 '' O
bidders were eastern and New England The flow of lava from Mount' Vesuviushas same until such a j time aa the necessities 0: >- 0 0 Z (>) > <
The dry good. house of Bcjsch & Co., parties. Tolbert & Greenleif, of Boston, increased. Lava has now reachedthe of Consumers at home and al>r..ad 11: :> <. 0 1'1:1:1: :0 '"
at Memphis, was closed by the sheriff ; IQI. 0 ::;
bid (184,507 and theirs was the lowest rear of the observatory. will force the payment of prices satisfactory ; r

140,000.Wednesday on attachment aggregating figure by $12,000, they will probably be A London cablegram of Tuesday sajiRCT. I to the producer The various Write* for our New 8O page Catalogue of all kinds of V.hlol... r .
awarded the contract The buildingswill Charles II. Spurgcon is critically\ farmers' organizations have a member. AddroastSOUTHERN I'
John F. Evan, head of the drum occupy several acres ground/ and with little hope of recovery. ship of nearly six million, and all of ''
corp at the Virginia Military institute, when completed will cost over $200,000. The influenza racing in the province them are expected to fall in limo with the BUGGY CO.
fell dead on the street of Lexington Alliance and to induce others not members U. S. A.
of Toledo, Spain., 1 here are 700 cute CINCINNATI. OHIO.
Wednesday. WEEKLY PRESS ASSOCIATION at Mora and 800 at Orgaz. of any of the societies to do the -
The body of Mrs. Julia Jackson Christian same. The circular i Is practically of the '
: .
daughter of Stonewall Jackson, has i Early Sunday morning the Park theater relative force of an order from ._: ... zA s-
Of Georgia to Meet in Atlanta And Oompen
at St. Paul Minn. fire
caught ,
placed in the crypt in the vault at and Powderly for labor strike,
on July 13 1391. was consumed. Loss
entirely 185,000.In drilled .
Lexington: Va., beside her distinsuUhcd the farmers being up to an appreciation
father. All members of the Georgia Weekly a fight Monday with Indians in of the overwhelming advantages

As a result of the celebration of the Press Association are requested to be in Mo ave desert, California. John Powers of co-operntion. The circular .
Fourth in San Francisco, the Centenary Atlanta Monday, at 12 Moon, July 13, a* and Sam E. Gun were killed. Two Indians is lengthy and lets forth with jJv*!. !* ,

J(. E. church and four handsome residence carriage have been ordered to carry were also slain. elaborate statistical\ detail the fact that s + t a m ,

were totally burned. Loss, them to all the principal part of the city The press mill of Moosic powder mil the farmers of America have been illtiiH ffi I r
$100,000. in the afternoon of that day. The mem at Jeremyn, Pa., exploded Monday I. skinned out of $300,000,000 in three l WSmmmmmtt, ;
ben, with their ladies, will be the guests John and of the
A number of railroad whose morning, killing Louty Philip| :years through the machinations
men, of The Atlanta Journal while in Atlanta I
homes employes. short seller, that Europe ha the shortest
are in Albany, Oa., ,verocaught in i
the Moses Bros bank failure in Montgomery and this f ct guarantees that they will be Tho Mark Lan ETjtrcu, In its weekly wheat and rye crop of the century, I tt .!
taken The excursion has
royally of. I;
Ala., Monday. Some of these care review of the British gram: trade, ray and tuat conditions are providentialfor i
been to to .
lose their all. arranged go Washington English wheats were 0 pence lower aDd a trust. The farmers are directedto
C., and Now York city, and transportation foreign shilling lower. resolve that a minimum price :
A Chattanooga dispatch snyst Tie thereto has been procured by lion. LARGEST
of $1.33 In New York l la e
twenty-seventh annual'' meeting of the Clark Howcll, of the Atlanti" Constitu The porte has issued orders prohibitIng and conservative and that they pedgo! D a titlVtl N4q
Tennessee State Teachers' Association tion. Each is entitled to orthodox Greeks from using the northern: '
paper one themselves not to market their wheat at ToNE.'toUCH"TERRE
convened Tuesday morning on Lookout representative only, free. Half railroad entry of the holy grotto at Bethlehem lower prices and then only sparingly and PIANO FACTORIES

mountain.A fire will have to be paid for ladies. Publishers It is expected Rtssia will\ enter protest under the direction of state committees IN THE aI

telegram from Raleigh, N. C., says: of new papers may become memo The school board of Cbattanoogit i II constituted for the purpose of keepIng quo ( N D
Grand' ire E. Biisbeo is a little more bers of tho association by applying to 8. making a strong effort to secure a schoo: potted aa to supply and demand, and

restless, but no change. The paralytic W. Robots, Sparta, Ga., or by being of manual training. The city already; strong reasons are urged for the belief I i 4wELANDPJAR9C
features are improved. The grand master present at the meeting in Atlanta on the has suitable buildings, and the council that this policy will soon elevate prices to I
of the tate is in attendance on him. 13th in which case they are cordially invited has been petitioned for $3,000: to run it the desired limit The moyo is likenedto ?:

A Chattanooga dispatch of' Wednesday ;; to join the present excursion Publishers the first year. a. strike with the difference that tho ,

says: Foreman Moreland, the guard who who propose to attend the con.ventlon On the morning of the Fourth at Chicago workingmen lose money every day the _
was shot in the recent insurrection at and go on the excursion should Northwest railroad freight train strike lasts while the farmer make money, HAUTE NEWPORT.

Cole City, in which three convicts and to notify one of the committee of arrangements ran into a street car at Dearborn street and that the outcome -Is always doubtful ;, ,
two guards lost their lives, i i. improving at once so that accommodationsmay Of the six: wounded, two are dead and with tho workingmen while in this instance
and will recover. bo arranged for them. one it dying. The accident was caused with tho farmer it i I. certain. In

Sales of leaf tobacco on the Danville. F. II. RICHARDSON, by the absence of the flagman. the body of the circular i il a letter from

,V*,, market last month were 8,000,000 II. D. WAKEFIELD, The Equal Rights league and various Professor G. B. Dodge, government statistician
pounds 'talcs same month last year, CHAS. D. DAnKER, other colored organizations held a meeting estimating tho crop of 1S91 at
1,800,000 Committee arrangements, Atlanta, Ga. in and seventy-tire to one hundred million r
i; sales for nine months, 'Washington Tuesday passed
!. State .
pAperap'ft.e copy.BUSINESS bathels. under the "absurd" 600.000.000
.IOIOt3p pounds, an Increase this year resolutions towards an exhibit at the 1 e
over last of 11,281,044 pounds.A world's fair, showing the progress of bushel bear estimate with possibility of i
cyclone is OUTLOOK their race since emancipation.A 123,000,000 bushel less. This is Dodge's
reported a* having
Brat estimate of the The circular
,; passed through Madison, Mis., Monday cablegram from Berne, Switzerland crop. .
morning. Several buildings were As Reported by Dun & Co.'s says: While a party of soldiers were is decidedly sensational in its significance.

demolished and considerable damage was Mercantile Agency.Dun practicing the construction of a pontoon .

fi done, No further Information i la obtain & Co.'s review trade for week bridge across Aar river, near Solenre

able, as the wires south are all down.A ended July 4, says Dependence on the Sunday, the structure upon which they THROUGH THE TRESTLE.
at work and of I
Raleigh dispatch says: Governor crop is the reliance for renewed activity were capsized eighteen -
Holt, on Tuesday, decided he would wait. in business and an improvement in the the party drowned.A Fearful Plunge of Passenger
only a few for the balance London cablegram of Sunday .
days longer monetary situation\ and the crop prospects says Patent
Cars--The and (
Dead applied foil]
Dying. <
due the state of the Mr. has experienced sudden
direct tax fund. If are still very satisfactory. General 1 Spurgeon a .
further delayed he would issue increase of kidney congestion Charleston, W. Va dispatch : ThJjjione of the mat convenient pleasure and business vehicle for-jtheUwyer,.
warrants rains in the wheat and cotton-growing accompa. says r"" Mneai man or farmer on earth.. Owing to the oouitruotlon of the body
for claims in full as applied for. regions have given much encouragemen' tied by nausea, drowsiness and prostra The worst wreck ever known in this part it it wry 14"". the lame tim. 9ry duratl, and I* the"...".
The following dispatch was receivedat Tile course of the market favors an early tion. Mr. Bourgeon's physicians say of the state, if not the worst that ever occurred tomtit pi.a.r., or 6tuin... ..Mclt as IA. .......k... y
Los movement in breadstuff The the patient is in a most dangerous condition in the state. occurred at about 8 A WRITTIN aUARANTII OIVEN ON EACH VIHIOLI. ',
Angele, Saturday night Tks ClllI4'Seat titled, C&I"ItWW. 4et&oW II on Il1N7Ti Vrlt br NtN. lasts WIlltt4.'
from G. W. Durbrow .market a little less and that the utmost care is required. o'clock Saturday morning on the Kana.wha -
superintendent money appears easy,
alt :work at Ballon: "An I ndian I sent with stringency at a few southern point A Boston dispatch of Tuesday says: and Michigan railway, eight miles TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE AND BUGGY CO., Terra Haute, Inl .
out from Volcano Springs has returned. There i Is less anxiety than of late about A public reception to ex-President Cleveland west of Charleston. The pnssengor train

w Ill statement settles the question of the gold exports, and there is a prevailing Is being planned by the democratsof For Columbus pulled out with two car. 4----'I'
water coming from the New river coun confidence in the speedy recovery nnij J Massachusetts. A meeting was held loads of excursionists, aniong them the S t r l
try.: Water is coming into the sink at expansion of trade. The iron market i i8 for the purpose of arranging the Order of United American Mechanics, aso" C

Salton through Cavoresco creek." dull, and while prices are generally tion for an early date, and a circular will who were going to POOH The wreck -

A Jackson, Miss., telegram : Under a shado stronger than in be sent out to prominent democrats ask occurred-on a high trestle The sleeper /
the new constitution of says Mississippi :May: a vague fear of the future check ing their co-operation. had caught fire during the night and
purchasers. Structural and plate i on burned so that the rails spread under the {
voters are required to be registered four Advice received at London Wednesday FF
months before the next election. Regis.tratlon are fairly active, but of rails no sales are from Congo Free State announce train. The engine and baggage and mail
noted, and shipment for the half car passed over safely, but two coaches
closed on tho 3d instant. While year that a aeries of bloody battles were
full return from all the counties are not are placed at 440,000 tons, against 775- fought on the upper Congo and Aruwim: were thrown from the track. After running kSs

in, it i i. certain that for the first time 000 last year. Coal ha been ad sauced riven, InJanuary and February last, between some forty feet on the sloepen, the A or4
since the by dealers, but independent operators forward car toppled to the left, the rear
ne became a voter that the : state troops and Arab slave
majority of legal voter of, the state are make no change. Business failures for traders. The slavers were routed every. one to the right and the forward car +s
white. the week number for the United States, where, and were suing for when turned completely over, landing right
210. and for Canada. 27. or a tot d of the advices referred to peace side up. The other fell some twenty is the machine that
Clarence were sent.
Busbec the man
young 237, as compared with 23"l last week and Feet, turning upside down, and one sot THIS
charged with the embezzlement of tha 253 the week previous to the lam. ,For A telegram was received at the department of trucks fell on top of it, crushing the used In tHe Office. 4-t '

funds of a saddle manufactory company the corresponding( week last the of justice Tuesday from United csr to splinters. Under this place m tt
In Beuoa Vista, Va., of which he was failures were 190. year State Marshal Gard, at San Diego, Cal, of the dead were found. The scenes I Court-room, and for reporting I CINCINNATI 110 .MILES 'a

confidential clerk, was arrested In Raleigh, asking instructions as to his course in among the dead and dying were heart. I lectures and Shortest and --,: ,,
Wednesday, and locked up to await the regard to the seized Chilian steamer rending. The dead are: Colonel W. E. sermons. Qucke.iCompartment (
action of the Virginia authorities. The A TALE OF WOE lt .tL The acting attorney general telegraphed Fife Buffalo and Pullman' PaUc t
W. Va.i i T, N. Wilson, While its peed I I. greater than any
detail of the embezzlement are not United States Attorney Cole, ravels for Columbus house Sleeping Can through without
: change
a Qalliepolis, other known
known. It is said be about That Comes from Central America San method, it Is *o simple '
to one thousand at Diego, to libel the vessel at once 0. ; Charles Huffman, Blue creek, W, baking direct connection
dollar -.Starving Laborers.A and turn her over to the United States Va. ; L. O. Rose, Blue creek, W. Va., that any intelligent person can gain a InCENTRAL UNION ,

Early Sunday:! morning a fire, originating Washington dispatch of Sunday marshal by due process, of Jaw; Jasper Daugherty, New Marti nsville, peed of zoo or more word per minute DEPOT for O L I ,OUIS

in a cottage on Hogan street, adjoining says:' W. E. Sims, consul at Colon, The monument erected as a testimonialfrom W. Va ; Walter Wclcher, Charleston; in five or six week, without the And the WEST: and Through CU
Itjcn's grocery store, at Jacksonville, writes to the state department officially a* the letter carriers of the countr to Mrs. Walter Welcher, Charleston; Ella aid of an instructor: Circular and line forPUpflPn '

Flo., destroyed nearly every building in follow: the late Congressman Samuel 8. Cux, 3'Lcary, Charleston; Amos Coulter, Red testimonials cent to all who mention | and theNORTItWEBT

the block bounded by Hogan, Ashley, "I wish to call attention to the conditions who was a great friend of the poatotHcu House, W.-Vs. ; Orvlllo Robinson, Midway this paper. UniUMuU :
Laura and Church streets. The fire of American who come to Central' employee, and who rendered them great i W. ".. ; Thomas Thornton, K. & I 0 with through car

spread rapidly from the cottage to a row and South America in search of work. service during his political 'career, was )(. conductor, MiddUport 0. ; Fully : E. T. PIERCE, FAYETTE, OHIO, f. Tine for D EIR i 0

of low woodeu buildihgs on the south, Day laoor here is cheap. Fifty cents in formally unveiled at New York, Saturday Sullivan, Mason city worked In Charleston II BUFFALO and b&.ll&J.
and from there to Hartridge1 livery stables Columbian silver (35 cent gold) is the with appropriate ceremonies. The ; James White, Mlddleton, O. Those Sole Agent for U. 8.,and Canada.: .n4 the ;2uL t .
all of which we/e destroyed. regular dally wage American cannot statute is of bronze, and stands in the atally injured are: W. E. Reed, Elk Only one change of car. '

Galveston, Tex., was visited Sunday live on it, and, not being acclimated, Astor place. It represents subscriptionsfrom City James Blackwood, Athens, O., ,
by one of the moat terriffic storms known cannot do tho work required. Every day every state in the union. crushed about the head ; has never recovered THE TRAVELERS Meridian: NEW .tNS
iifyesri. It is Impossible to estimate American citizens come to me to be sent consciousness. Mrs. 1C. 8. Trus .. Point J

the damage to shipping and other prop- home. They are not seamen, and I haveto COLUMBUSDestroys low, Charleston, skull fractured and concussion Jacksonville, Florida. TEXAS AND THE
erty along the coast. Waters from the rely on the kindness of masters of of the brain. Will Ford, Elk XV 3D tIg T.'

gulf are iu the streets, and many warehouses American vessels to fend the $100,000 Worth of City, bead and chest crushed. Man Pouengen via this lint are afforded 'an
and in the fellows home. The other less injured'some excellent\ view of
i. buildings neighborhood poor Nicaragua were more or seriously The Travelers Lookout Mountain and
if of the docks are flooded. The canal has lured many of. these Property. of whom will\ probably die. corner Bay and Cedar : surrounding Hbtorio Scenery.
f telegraph wires are prostrated, practically poor people here, and now they are adrift Columbus Co., was visited by the -- -- ------- street, Jacksonville, Flo. A new brick I
a' cutting oil all communication with barefoot, nearly naked and starving in biggest conflagration in the history of the hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and -
fa outside point Cectral and South America, dependent city Friday night. About half past 8 FOR CO-EDUCATION. steamboat landing Especially adaptedto 8. O. RAY, ft E. Pass -Agt. Atlanta .
' on the consideration of American consuls .sir lcwk fire_ tirnlcA. mil. In the. dretnr..nnn....._, transient buall1e,.. Elemntlr. furnlibed Ga.
chamber of -- -- n -- --- -- -- ---e
The is Chattanooga the commerce of to provide them mean to get back home. of W. T. Harvey & Co'*, lumber yard, significant Action of Alabama rooms, tingle or en s 1te. Table P. J. MULLANEY, Dlv. Pas*. Agi.
r: contemplating feasiblity Some poor fellow who were sick and corner First avenue and Twelfth street, Educational Association. u good u the best. This hotel was built, Chattanooga.. .'
1.-d holding in that city a steel palace of exposition Fort- unable to work their passage back have and spread with fearful rapidity. A The Alabama Educational Association furnished and operated a* a f 3.00 a day D. O. EDWARDS, O. P & T. 'A.; I
sImilar to the '
spring palace
f doubtless died In the I strong breeze prevailed at the time. house; rates are now reduced to $3.00 a CINCINNATI O.''
hope finished .
Tex. and the'mineral palace of swamp a three days' cession at Blrmogham r
4 Worth the emigration of laborers from the There were over twenty-five thousand day, while the service 1 I. better than ever. "- .
" Pueblo, Colo. It 1* proposed to put the United State to this be dollars worth of lumber in the yard, and Friday, and they decided to Breakfast from 6 to 9; lunch from 11:39 THE
country can meet
in that
mineral district industrial annually city, and a movement

Chattanooga was to 2SO dinner from 0:30 to>> 7:80. Thi
checked completely destroyed. The ;
us there is
t, exhibit for the world' fair exhibition in no room for them, the entire bloc is on foot to provide a permanent I 11 the only hotel in Jacksonville }
the and death alone await them here." swept including P., 8. pavilion for their serving NEW LEVER SAFETY'A
back from Three hundred
U use.
it brought
ft and after Crane' grocery store, DoUn's wheelwright regular meal at these hour, All other
t'/, world' fair it will be placed a* a permanent sbop, Miller's hair store on and two member were present, and al are at least one hour later. Use the
if exhibit in the steel palace. THE'' USUAL WAY.A Twelfth street Thomas Gilbert's fine college: in Alabama were represented. Traveler omnibus, the ticket lave 89
A resolution .
' The stockholders the Louisville and residence on Second avenue, the factory was offered declaring lent each ..a1.BURTON,
Nashville Railroad Company met at boarding house and several other build. that the door of all the higher I
,4' Slick Swindler Works a Ken- institution of
learning the
Monday, and ratified the ing First The Including K. BARR8.IO
Louisville, Ky., tucky Town.A oa avenue. portion of tate should ,
university be
al purchase of the Kentucky Central railroad the city ourned 1* near the river. The opened to '
= Louisville Middlesboro, Ky., telegram of Tuesday females on equal term with male It H
the increase of stock of the total Iou will probably amouot to f 100,.
: la April Lost one Robert I passed with only three dissenting vote -- -
and Nashville company to 153,000- says 000 with one-third insurance. 1
a alias B. who had served This i* significant and remarkable, a*
000, and the acceptance of the company's Knight: Knight, THE COMMISSION'S FINDING
proportion of additional issue of Nah- a term in the Illinois state penitentiary WILL CONTINUE BUSINESS. the question was never before sprung in -

vine, Chattanooga and St. Louis stock. for forgery, came to this city apparently/ Alabama. In Betterments Claim Approvedby 1M. ,;
weU off and with bogus recommendation
: The stock was 368,410
represented The Bank of Commerce Governor Northen. .
at Shef WILL
lie succeeded in organizing the INVADE KENTUCKY.
hare:*, and all were cast for the propositions .'f. 't
named. National LoaD and Investment company, field is Solid., Ncitaeo. of Georgia,.on 8U

with $1,000,000 capital, having himself A dinpatcb of Wednesday : The Leaders of The People's Party today, approvad the decision of the bet. The PERFECTION of SIMPLICITY 'l"f
Ala. say
The Pine Hill, Tallodega county, rmenU: i
With commission in the of the
elected secretary. him wa a dosh- Bank Commerc, of Sheffield. Ala. Will be Out in Full Force.A case and ECONOMY of POWER.
Alliance has adopted resolution boycot. whom he Inv Western sod Atlantic railroad. This announcement .
log, pretty young which baa beta emtMrrauod
ting coffee until the article ca. be bought traduced u his wife. Both lived high two day, for be past Cincinnati dispatch of Tuesday says baa been twalied with Inv NO OUAI "' NO i:J::, 1UoiJ., H
"living price" The resolution war obligations arrangements to It i* reported that all) the leaden of the tend tot time ,
*t bee and attended many of the ultrafashionable meet all Its in some for -hlt* it wa VARIABLE
the of the alliance lut cash, a* called new nil! STROKE, or>ly two pot.*.
paved at meeting reception and entertainment f i r, and bas returned business people' party invade Kentucky ctomlly expected that this would U of
Week and each member present voted in a* usual within the next ten day*. Among the done tiMire could be final settlement of Rcwolvlnf Boarlrtl*., .
,. *. Some short time ago they disappeared The book was and is now perfectly solvent i. no B..' Hill Cllmblnff'and all around .1
: when the qcertion wu prominent who will te this vexed ,
affirmative men there
the is Oiscovered that ere question until the
and it BOW a* but for lack of governor Saf.ty mad '
p to meet a.
put. They ray they *111 no bnger pey forged many check and drafts here on nub that ws expected to result from the bevator J'efftr and Congressman Simpson, "finally approved the eoniai2oa' -_. *
t 25 and 30 cents a pound for coffer, but Cincinnati, New York aDd Chicago failure of MOM Brother bankers of Kansas; General Weaver, of Iowa; finding. Tb decUIoa of the commission aA.1".A.UXJ."tT.ti2.- :- '
", .ill go without it They argue that item bank. lie has also swindled many Montgomery, on Monday, h,was decidedto Ignatius Donnelly, of )fla esoea. The 'u ratified immediately! bj aa noaU- ... : ",
, be old as cheap BOW a* It was five or prominent people out of variou sums of temporarily chairman ,of the national committee of tak.ble popular Kotlmeal. Th. nv it
;> oj sit yrars .g) when ten pound could U moue,. A warrant bas been sweets out could be shipped the but until with currency whichto the part). Taut-oeckot Illlnoi, ha borough gad careful cximioaiion lug H. B. SMITH MACHINE co.

bought for a dollar. for hi arreat. and a reward offered for hu. aacd all iU demands. nil ha beeo been la Frankfort for two week sad be been mule There ws BO room for bectlon -
A. order .a* usned from headquarter capture. don*. will be Joined by BcbdUtg, pf Wisconsin, but every reason to approve. &r SMITH VI LLE ;

"4r /Atlanta! Thursday bj Genera! Gordon the secretary. the finding: wa approved. N. a, ,

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the of and dishonesty have alike affected those! JAMES PJMTCHARD, President; W. n. BABXKTT, Vice-president; j
-f THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE -hAWVKRLr CAM. Verily spirit of progress indignation. Once in a while W. M. BROWN, Cashier.
is wakes who have promoted and those who havepermitted. '
"on Philadelphia for brief
top/ up a It ha produced paralysis" ,
period from her- lUp Van Winkle through moral causes to mated INDIAN
OrMlT Or Tan 1SDUS RtVEB AXDIA MART A time and the like sleep, and the result is start al results. Many of our good citizens

..WOBTH HCCTIOX past five years, we have heard our ling. She had a fit of this kind, have been blind and deaf to the conditions i. '

citizens regret their inability to in fact, the spasm extended about them, until the vicious system (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
and evil principles which have been
Avenue get to the beach conveniently and
throughout the entire State when
Office: Titusvillc, tolerated so long have brought forth Authorized capital, $100,000 r
Klvcr Florida. the establishment of a resort, easy she elected Robert Pattison, a sterling fruit after their kind. But when loose
Indian of access from Titusville, has long democrat, as Governor; and political moral and methods have culminated I 4 Paid up capital, $25,000

been a consummation "devoutly to on the same day gave a majority of In the appalling defalcations and = J Average deposits, $1 OOOp
Increased tat-rate none will dare dispute "
be wished. reference to the
By the
80,000 to republican 'candidate >
M1BLJSUED EVERY FBIDAT.Btrtered the value of sound principles In
notice of incorporation of the "De- for president. Every now and With the financial ,
politics. great scandal Transacts a General f
.r Soto Beach Company"on page 5, it then she elects a democrat to the the black bottom of which has not Banking

at the Tltn-vlll Piwtnfllce .* Second will be seen that an effort is aboutto office of Mayor or City Comptroller yet been sounded, fastened upon PhiladelphiA Business '

Clare Mall Matter. be made to fill this long-felt while their associates go in and with the name of our Mate
word of throughout
a political reproach
ably want. The day is not far distant I with republican majorities in the the country we, are convinced that the Largest and Oldest Bank en the( Hirer

TERMS ynvar In Advance, when the entire East Coast of FlorIda neighborhood of 60,000. There 1 is time is ripe for a change. --

will be dotted with seaside settlements no doubt the time is for These Idea must find expression
ripe DIRECTORSfjAs.rRircHABnW.B.IURxrnrr
another .
PoitAl One and Two Cent
Check, Order or
'lit and letters
through public by private -
l"oAtage dtampe. and the residents from of these phenominal political t : ilil-ni

On Tear .,.. ...U H......p4Sontlue interior points will flock to the upheavals. The fall of Treasurer of. constituents If they are not to Insisted their representatives upon and- IKmKF.K of the National(Vice-PreMdent Bank of JarkMmvllle National Rank,R.ni

,............,"...... oM. coast, to drink the ozone of old Bardsley; the undoubtedly questionable adopted the republican party in Pensyl- Jackmtnvllle), W. B. GRAHAM and w. M.

"" 1fIe copy .*..... ocean, and dip in its invigorating conduct of pious John vania Is doomed. It will fall rapidly BlIOWK. CORBKBPONriKKTS.

Sento any Ad iwiwi in U.!'si or Canada! Prepaltl surf. No State on the Atlantic Wanam'aker, in regard to the Keystone from decay Into dissolution. No partycan Seaboard National Bank of New York and
survive the deliberate 'National
long abnegation Bank of Jacksonville.
has'a j
which d
.......... WALTER 8. GRAHAM.AiMcUteEdltor& coast can compare Bank failure, of the same of principle, or the adoption of the. rL'IrL'USVILL T+. I LA.
(tutor. with Florida in its adaptability for city; and the refusal of Quay to heresy that the people At heart have I ,

Manager..c. II.WAlTOS. seaside sport. The bathing seasonis step down and out, are more than ceased to believe in right That whatwe .

prolonged into the Winter. In even the descendants of Penn urge Is not sentimentality, but poll. -
are tics of the most practical sort, the flnan.clal -
fact, "DcSoto" can be made an all calculated to War. An address
losses which the state and Individuals
We do not hold onnelreii iwapnn-lble for the T. MURPHY
pinion of onr correnpondenU, bat we claim the-year-round resort. signed by 136 of the most prominent are now endureing, would seem to
tn.right to reject any communication.CMnmnnlcatlon business men of Philadelphia, have clearly proved.We ,

*for ublicatlommiet1wrlb THE LAKE CITY BANK has been and scattered Issue our appeal at a time when
ton plainly on one ilile of the paper only,and these event are fresh In the public mind
.....ltI. In every caw be accompanied Joy the broadcast throughout the State.It to permit that full consideration and Jacksonville Machine
and addrc,not neo arltjr for
writer name
abUcatlon,bat a*a guarantee of good faith. Failure is! a severe blow to the has a business-like tone and unless agitation of the subject which should
particular point where the the Quay contingent take precede the ultimate action at the primaries .
or polls. If this appeal shall excite
disaster occurred. The institution heed, and gracefully' withdratgtothe
a popular response, ways and means
ADVERTISIKO' RATK8I was not organized under background, it is absolutely can readily be devised for an organized And Iron W Qrks.

ru Tn. the banking act of 1889, but under certain that the disciples of Jeffery effort at a later day

One Inch........................10.00 the general law of 1888,. and it is son and Jackson will have a picnicin John Signed T.. by A Rudolph Co. Blankenburg Wharton,
Bailey George
I-*" .
Twoinch..> .1 WM probable that the depositors will Pennsylvania next Fall. Pepper, George Burnham Charles lIe.
Three Inch,
ronrlnch,......... tll.M be heavy losers. The cause of the We append a portion of the address bar Clark, Rev. Stephen W. Dana, Rev. ,
TI-. Inch,or Quarter Cot.,...". .*> .
NalfColmmn.n. 11II.00 failure is the same old story-speculation referred to.. It is excellent W N. Me Vicar, John II. Converse Rev.

Whole Column......i...100.00 on the part of President reading for true Americana in any Charles 130 other.Wood Rev. S. D. McConnell and Made and Repaired.

*r8lx Months, divide the yearly rate by two Collins. part of the country. :-

,Mda4d 10 per eIIn' During the past, there" has been Address to the Citizens of Pennsylvania.'As I Melbourne. CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS PIPING & SUCTION

**r Three Months, divide the yearly rate by but little opportunity or tempta Penns Iranians and as republican, I

1stutd add 20 per cent. tion for bank officials to speculatewith we the undersigned our fellow ,citizens feel constrained throughout toadtlreu 'SkJ! ters enough, but not very bad. For Phol3ph Dreds:1n.g: : ;.

toot Advertisements, Ten Cents Per Line depositors' money in Florida. the state the situatldn Fine cloudbursts
political showers
upon present but no or
-.alnaertioa. Land and lumber, outside of and to point out what we believeto floods.A OFFICE A WORKS:

raid Beading Hatter, not In Local News commercial paper were about the' be the essential causes of the alarmIng .

.....-,Five Cents Per Line Each Insertion. only securities known. A few degradation In public affairs from few squall life and but no tornadoes, destroying f 134 & f 136 East Bay Street Jacksonville Fla
weeks the Times- Union sounded which we now suffer, and the necessarysteps property. ,
Rates. ago
Advertisement at Legal
towards I BJun-fimo
Improvement.The Everybody and their friends are busy
the when it alluded
Alt toe above rate are for one edition per note of warning; republican machine In the state, : clearing up, destroying. weeds, or plant- .
tw.t. to the amount of wind which under the leadership of Senator Quay log. to -
I went to make the numerous and those lieutenants whom he ban I
;BT- Bills collected monthly not otherwise up I Everything Is quiet at Melbourne except
drawn about him, 'corrupt and'In
Creed upon. phosphate companies; which have strong, contrast to the rank and file. of the mosquitoes, and they are not Blair & Thrasher

sprung up during the past year. the party. That leadership Is as absolute very troublesome.The .
Cheek,sic.may be made payable to "Graham ,
.Walton," All along the phosphate belt, in Its control as It Is unscrupulousIn Forget-Me-Not Club met at the
from Tallahassee to Charlotte Harbor Its methods and disastrous in Us re Carleton last week, and enjoyed themselves .
gy*Merchant and all other to whom we are some of the most conservative, suits. With Senator Quay's political as usual. PRODUOE :aa'OEEBS: :
MeMed will oblige*presenting their bill record the public Is so familiar that it Is
tJle lit of every month for prompt settlement. and otherwise solid business men, unnecessary at this time to give a'detailed The "ValkarU" "Cynagus" and

have caught the fever, and launch. history of those more remote public "Queen" are all off to the Keys,for slips. Commission & Merchants
ed out into speculation in phosphate actions through which its notoriety The "Manatee" started a week ago. Distributing
AdttreM all communication to was accomplished while a brief reference .
stock. There are companies and The Ancient City was behind on her
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, companies in the phosphate business to its more recent events Is appropriate last trip, ,leaving Melbourne the latter 153 f WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA
In order to depict the ,
a clearly present part of the afternoon. Instead of 5 a. m. ,
TITCIVILLK, FLORIDA.Farmer' ; some of them, solid as the situation. P. O. Box 761.
p.u.Bea,44, Maj. C. E. Graves took charge of Mr.
.-.----.-- .. rock they expect to mine, while A STRONG CHARGE. TTAp.tnr' afAra. tlurlnn. tliA. tl.... LA ....._
others, instead of being composed Quay Is mainly responsible for the I absent' attending-to his-duties a*County ORANGES AND
Alliance. largely of wind, consist entirely of overwhelming disaster which befell the Commissioner. ..PINEAPPLES
republican party In this state during the
Tltusvllle Lodge ol the Farmers al- that incorporeal material. Speculation past autumn, whereby accustomed republican 'Nearly every one Is trying to clear a A SPECIALTY. "
planer meets regularly on the flint ajid in phosphate lands and stock majority of twenty to thirty little land for pines, before it is too laW kinds
third of each month at the Others are Consignments of all of Fruits Vegetables and Produce Solicited!
Saturday is very fascinating, while the result thousand was changed to a democratic already preparing for winter ,
Court House. Visiting members of the is extremely uncertain. Many a majority of seventeen thousand. The gardens and vegetables. AU are busy. LIBERAL ADVANCES HADE: PROMPT RETURNS.
,Older are Invited to attend. \| single Issue of the campaign as ,determined .
Dr. C. II. Stewart
bank cashier and business was
will a
man passenger on
National Bank of the State of Florida
by Quay himself,'was a vindica- the Ancient City ; ; W. H. Sharpe, Sharpe; T. V.
on bound
A. .M. grasp with avidity the apparent opportunity tion of his own personal and political Daytona, on a visit Saturday to his ,parent. Moore, Eden; Wells A Sons, Plant City, etc. 12jun

"P "I' to make several hundredper character. The adoption of the republIcan Mr*. Stewart had preceded him a weekor

Indian River Lodge, No. 00, Free and cent profit in a few weeks, only platform Involved a declaration of more. THE EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COOMPANY.
confidence and
for the
to find the investment anda respect junior
Accepted Masons, hold their meeting gone, senator, and In the election of a republican The schooner "Emily B.," of Lake
on.the FRIDAY on or before Full Moon, vacant space existing where his candidate and the acceptance of Worth was laying over Sunday at the f'>s eZaw..
aft 730 p. m., in Masonic Hall, In the Indian depositors' money should be found. the man who was nominated at the dictation Melbourne Beach railroad wharf, with a

River State Hank building, Titus- The tendency to speculation in of Quay, ,The state rejected both load of slip! for Mr. John Henry. Mr. r
the plank and the candidate' and Henry will soon have the plantation of
a political
lands and in mush.
Visiting brethren are cordially Invitedto revolution ensued. The republican Messrs. Gills and II. Whiting set out.
room and misty mining corporations defeated In
attend.WALTKS party
8. GRAHAM, W. M.Josxru will have a tendency to im 1U most conspicuous itronghold.-Pennsylvania, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Branch returned

: MKHDELL, Secrety. confidence In the institutions It might have ed that the last Friday from their visit to northern
--- Inflicted Ohio. It is enough to make one ,homesick
leader who had such wound
of middle and south a to hear of the Florida peaches,
upon his party, and to whom It h dglY'fIn
"IIoxxsT: John," ex-Treasurer of west Florida ; and the day is not so overwhelming an evidence of,Jack of strawberries raspberries etc., which Schedule in effect July 6, 1891.

:Miiladelphia, is behind the ban, far distant, when the bank officer confidence In, would have retired from consoled they have, however enjoyed..by We tie are fact somewhat that The steamer ANCIENT CITY leave New Smyrna Mondays, Wednesday

act ha> intimated that "Pious who dabbles in phosphate deals, public prominence. could find no bananas equal to those they and Fridays, at 5 a. m.; Tltusvllle,11 a. m.; Rock Ledge, S p. m.; arriving at Melbourne -
John" the big dry goods and post- will be branded as a suspicious Notwithstanding these facts he still raised here. I at 7 p. m. Returning, leave Melbourne at 5 a. m., Tuesdays Thursdaysand
retains the and his
doe man, is not as saintly as appears subject, and business will flow from either party acting leadership under his direct lieutenants Saturday; Rockledge, 8 a. m.; Titu ville, 12 m.; arriving at New Smyrna at
Mr. W. N. Camp, who owns some valuable 1p.m. .
on the surface. his institution to other and safer though hidden command or only In property here and at other pointson It P. PADDISON o. F. PADDISON'

channels. strict accord with the principles of his the. rlvnr.__ __. made.n.___ &_ _flvlntr trln, tnr.._ _.t_ General Manager. o. F. A P. A.
school of politics by the attitude bourne over Sun : -- -- .
The discovery of extensive and remaining sy. Mr.
THERE are new railroad assumed toward the ballot reform billy
rumors Camp 1 II engaged in phosphate
Coating about. It is now reportedthat rich phosphate deposits in Florida have violated their express pledges to In the interior of the State, the mining mines THE TROPICAL TRUNK IINE
will no doubt, prove of great benefit the party, have openly defied the will of producing soft phosphate
the Southern Investment Com- as friable a*
to the State, but the legitimate an overwhelming majority of their constituents the softest chalk. On Monday he left, Jacksonville, Tampa" Key Trest System
to build road
pony expects a down and have been guilty of a stu
of to Inspect his
industry phosphate tnining will property on Creek
the East Coast, to Indian River In- ; be attended with its bubble pid political blunder. from whence he wlU proceed home. Schedule In Effect June ht, 1801. Central Standard TIme.
let. D. McConville of Washing accompaniments There Is a fundi mental fallacy In the .
,ton. D. C. who Is well known ; there will be plenty of theory of politics which has for years ob- Mr. Will Macomber, who I* so well Going South. Read Pow,,. 8TATION8. Bead -
to chaff with the wheat, and the jour. tamed In this state, and of which Quay known to many readers of the ADVOCATE, Going North. Up.

many of our readers, is at the head nal which endeavors to I has been the leading expotent. It Is we are pained to hear, is lying very near t t 00 m1a1215' Em a 1150 am Lean Jacksonville Arrive Mpm't'
of the movement, and W. D. Chip- separatethe that public offices are spoils the lawful death' door, at his sister home in liT 1 011 I 49 N Arrlye GreeD Cove Spring Leave I' 10 24"am '1158 12 am II I Ir.m
Icy of Fensacola is also interested.A substantial from the vaporous, property of the politician who capture Massachusetts. A genial companion 740" 3M" 10 4e" Palatb t 211" 11 00" tOO"
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as) .
SRI" .... .. "
will "do the State some service." them and by whom Jhey;are.dispensedIn ever cheerful in the face of his position, .......... { 4e" ........ DeLand Seville ."4, 00" I." ..................
turn to their underlings as prizes of knowing that his life wu short at best, 11 22" { ea" ........... Junctlon 'I'49"" 5 1 36"45" ..........
1:1: UIIII1 ........... Orange ..
VALCII Chicago subscriber PENNSYLVANIA'S PECULIAR war; but the truth U that these offices and liable to terminate any moment; his .......... {440"40" .......... .N. Ord .. 1 U" 116" .....,.....
are a publlo trust which should be held brave fortitude and uncomplaining cheer .......... 540" .......... N Enterprise' ......".. T 63" ..........
writes as follows! "Your good, POLITICAL la the fulness for him .......... 150" ...... .. TTlJSVlLLB ........ I 00" ........
POSITION. stewardship by politicians for the won friends .. N
many .
Tayana ......... II 10" .........
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newsy paper comes regularly to people. The disaster of the looted trea- 'will hear with regret the new that must ........... I U" .......... ." Orlando II50 m 546" .........
/19N: .......... .U
band and is eagerly scanned by all, ur;' Is explained by the fact that the come very soon .that -he has passed .......... x29" ............ xtlafloee N 11 e.es" ..........
"Honest John exTreasurerBardsley N see' .......... ..........
as ...... ... .
from this to tho 116" ......... N
step fallacy
startling away.
matters of interest. I congratulate .......... .. Tampa N 425" .......... ..........
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Philadelphia, was and bold appropriation of public funds .......... le" .. Fort Meade tOIl" .......... ..........
on editorial 11 ......... N
you your page, known for many years, has been to private uses by public officer is Along Mrs. S. M. King whose sickness ha .......... It 10" .......... N Arcadia too" ........_ ..........
bat then, what may we not expect, one In appearance only, not in real Men before noticed, has been steadily PuDt&O."ra 4' ItlO" .....................

where the diet of fish, so strongly given a place behind the prison ity. That step has nowbeen, taken.A failing for some time past The pure .......... I00pmltie, 11II am I Lea,.. PaIatka -
for life. air .......... ArriYe ... tlG Msin 1150
bars The of
sentence Melbourne CIA
eommended by our old friend Clemens was partial remedy for all future troubles seemed for a .......... 11'" 36" .Arrlye lDterlacbeD ........... 101G" lIe
for fifteen years, but, as the culprit of the same kind ties In the time to check the approach of death; .......... ..... U 12 n. .". Hawthorne .a ..... .... 5334 100"
Js 80 easy to reach Anyway is well advanced in life acceptance and assertion of the parts but consumption I* an Inslduou foe, .......... 'I 45" 1 pN N Rochelle .......... I Ie" t 10"..

_ your paper is a. long way and already his once iron constitution broken that public office U a public trust, and and In her case, ruin many others, the .................... I{ 49"36": 1 10" N O1'aoJl'l GUDeIlYUIe un ".. ................... 13"00" 1 100,."

ahead of your town." that it will not support la power men temporary Improvement was but the ........ '110" 11x"tll1.. .". 0caIa .N. .......... .5 T 4e" It 36"
it Is not probable that he will who deny that truth. We are soon to presage of a more rapid decline. Mrs. .......... 4 36" 136.. Leeaburc ....... .. 18" 1S 35ara
-- .J live out hi. term. The old nominate -auditor-general f and -tat. King, we hear, died on Sunday morning i .......... I." a s0a + hmberton .; ;. "" 110"
Quaker an Bro obv W e". .
V .......... ..... .. ......... I U"
The spirit of progress is appar- city, the home of conservatism, has and city treasurer. 'In.Hng theta leaving a husband and two children to :.:_:_::__:_::00.::..........., .560"..- :-: EWW .N. .......... .......... IWN
her I .......
eat nominations, if the electors are to give mourn loss. The sympathies of the aav.re. ...1..........1 111I"
everywhere The County Com- had such a shaking up as never oo. these posts to republicans, we must entire community are with the bereaved Dally t Dally,except Bandar t Sunday only.

nissloners have taken stepsTo have curred in its history before; and a see to It that the men chosen are both family, In their deep affliction. sonsnk Train.leay aDd r f. ..'D'UIe at 4 50 a.m.and l"aI t1taat'Ae p.m. are run dally betweea Jack I

published, a new edition of the tide of reform will sweep throughthe honest and of such firm character that The homesteader
of the Banana have
Brevard county pamphlet, and also town. Veteran office holders they cannot be twisted to dishonest pure. had many and vexatious delay in Indian Rive.- Steamboat; Co.

to have planted in and, about will be kicked out of warm berths, poses. procuring their entries to be allowed. :

the Court House square, timber and hungrier ones step in.. After ELECTORS: WARS MX. We are pleased to state that
In the presence of these facts can'the peals have been near
of shade and
trees, as will be seen by a few months the home of Penh republican voters of Fensylvanla hesitate ., all have secured their entrie Messrs.

reference to the copy of their min. and of Franklin, and the birth a* to their duty or be in doubt a* Tucker Ammona, of Gainesville, have

utea, which will be found in anoth. place of American independence, to their cource? The moment i* as critical I conducted the successful cae* with abil

.c column. will resume its anterevolutionarymethods and real and momentous a* say ity and to the satisfaction of all. AU

The contributors to the through which the state has ever paated. are pushing Improvement a* fast a*
Fourth its into
; people relapse There was a time when Pennsylvaniarose rains bad weather and insect wlU allow.
.f July celebration fund have do.sated the even tenor of their calm and la arms to victory at the presence la one year's time the place will hardly be
the surplus to the of a hostile Invader her border but ITEAJlEB8 ...... Tls.av111. at .-oe ..
Town peaceful ways, and all will be sol upon ; recognisable. More than a dozen houses laadiap 7 and at'I Ace m.. rL Dan y. ncepe Sunday. 'W Xe1tM.rae sad war
Po -
Council, to be used in improving emn, stately and Quakerish once the danger was leas than today when many of them a story and a half or &,-. -- "'lac X.rtY lean Meibuern. sad 1'rtda1',II&ak1ac eoasetkes f...Japltoel'
at hili
the park. All these projects have until the hand of publlo theft are upon herballotbe two stories high painted, with glass. Lea',."' .m-gds.- ,.,Tbun4a ..... p. IL d& .ucep&8wuiay........... for TftaavWe..
more a Bardsley or a Quay Gesellp. .ed'Ihan
; and have been through hertrcMury windows panel door, and screen, show: At.cauou DOC UIMII aboyly5n4 .
be alaata, or runt. local
hobbles Jacksosvrel. rates,e&c., apply W
v.Tet with
the ,11a.
A 1>YO. creates another temporary storm ; poison political corruption that the settles are here to stay a. .. CABLE G- 14aaager.

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Je G. McDONEL, Confederate Veterans Assocla H. R. OLMSTEAD\ ; :


The Pioneer Dealer In ,:

New Industry.Three TmisviLtB FLA., July 13th, 1801. (SUMMER RESORT,) GENERAL MERCHANDISE Incorporated: 'Feb. QS, 1891.:. ,' "

tlure'ru' Tenn. ,
yean ago virtually, Sewanee
Fast Coot Advocates t .
no pineapple Industry In Florida, but, II. HANSON Manager. ,' .,: .
An there seem to IMS some misunder Eau Gallic.
i so far.ln the present season, the J., T. d: ; :
standing If not some apprehension of UNDER MANAGEMENT OF MRS of TITUSVILLE FLA. /:, 1MOVLDIX08 : ,
| K. W. baa already shipped nine thousand evil, In the minds of some of our fellow I keep Stock a Choice variety :

j crates from the Indian River country citizens, with reference to the organlra- JOE H. SMITH, OF JACKONVILLE:, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, \';, ." '':. ,*V* '*

or a total ,313,000 pineapples. tion of a Confederate Veterans' Association CROCKERY, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC COMPLETE STOCK OF ;> *, l, ,:' "
In will allow ,
our vicinity, please -
'This shows how Florida developcs you NOW OPEN. for Terms. And will Sell Low the Lowest. "
to the of Apply as aa : BRCBIIKS '
me space explain object ; : < 1 i'
when she goes Into the business of developing the Confederate .Veterans' Association' Call and examine my Stock. 18 //uiv ,.

and one of her best InstrumentsIs Its object Is to perpetuate the memories .Special Effort MuU to Entertain TrnnKD' Wonic, PAINTS!, ".' ,'I'.(i '

the J.;, T. A K. W., which, throughMr. of our fellow comrades, ft/id to mln: Onestt. J."E. ENDER & CO.BAKOFACTUR1M LATH, SHIXOI.ES, FARM TOOLS, ,'tL' \;' o '
later, so far as practicable, to'the' want '
Ackerly's wise and method i BRACKETS PICKETS' SASH DooRs '
persistent disabledIn :
I of those who were permanently Refer to Capt. Joe Smith, TitusvilleSjunSuio. W4 tolimral orfs5 :
of advertising, has, almost alone, set the service; to preserve and maintain HOUSE, BOAT Siurr. LUMBER, NURSERY ScrruxB: '<, '
tled the pineapple lands and built the that sentiment of fraternity, born of the AND ,
, hardships and danger shared In the JEWELERS BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, Fins-BiucK, DUILDRRS' JlAnnw K. X? ,.
Industry. ;

In doing"this Mr. Ackerly has created field.march,It In Is the proposed-not bivouac, and to prolong the battle the W H GLEASON & CO, Titusyillo' Fla HOUSES FRAMED TO ORDER. < ;i V\J' >' .

; ---" HARRISON BROTHERS' MIXED PAINTS unequalled for beauty and lasting* : '
a new source of revenue for his road, animosities engendered by the war-bu ,
I ATTO11NEY8 IN LAND CASES Repairing .of Fine and Complicated '
but, at the same time, he has done .a to extend to our late adversaries, on every Watches; setting of Diamonds and othe qualities. Color Cants and price on application. ',;!! .

great work: for Florida, and among her fitting occasion between, courtesies soldiers which and are Proclou Stont'M..AUlll1'tor .' _Agency." for.the__ "Acrmptor- __n," tbe_. bent Wind Knitrna mad.. }
friend and active helpers stands In the always proper citizenship TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED arid Hog Tusks Carved and
which In
our case, a common -
front rank Timfn-Union. demands Mounted for cane-heads, brooches, etc. Professional Oar :'
? at our. hands. We. propose AND PERFECTED. Shell Jewelry made. s. J. M. Sanders ,
co avoiu everything wnicn pwu>ae* \
Mr, Van Pelt editor of the Craig, Mo., of partisanship, in religion and in poll Abstracts Furnished and Re-Samys In S.from H. Ray s new, building, opposite GlOROC: : x. ROBBIKS. WAtTEH: ORA1IAM. Dealer In .
Mfteor, went to a drug store at Hillsdale, tics; but, at the same time, we will lend corner Pontoftlce.
Iowa, and asked the physician: in attendance our aid to the maintenance of law, and .Obtained. Prompt attention to all orders by mall ROBBINS A GRAHAM,. sATTORNEYSATLAW
to give him a dose of something for the preservation of order. or otherwise... DRY GOODS NOTIONS '

cholera tnorbua and looseness of the We do not intend this a* an apology Defective Homestead and Pre-Empilon ,

bowel He says: "I felt so much better for our effort to combine ourselves Into Entries Corrected and Pefected. HODGES CROCKERY, ,
& GODFREY TITUSVILLE Brevard Co. Florida.
the next that I concluded to .
morning an association to carry out these purposes Claims Adjusted before the Department SADDLERY' i
call on the physician and get him to fix which no true soldier or patriotic at p.o. Hot, ISA. STATIONERY
Washington. '
me supply of the medicine. I was surprised citizen will question, but by way of ex Manufacturer of Will practice In all tnccnnntlecnf the Seventh -
when he handed me a bottle olChamberlain' planation to those who can taint treason Correspondence solicited. K Circuit and In the Supreme Court. Special facilities FAMILY MEDICINES;

Colic, Cholera and Diar- and rebellion in almost any effort to benefit EAU CALLIE FLA. Yellow Pine Lumber Title for OurrMpondenre Examining nollelted Perfecting from Claimant Land. GARDEN SEEDS., '

rhcBft Remedy. He said he prescribed It that class of old veteran who were and Heir to Spanish Grants. CHOICE GROCERIES, ." '

regularly In his practice, and found It so unfortunate a* to have staked life; uounn DRESSED, Money to Loan. 1 HAT CORN MAPES' ,
the best be could get or prepare. I can liberty and honor upon what has been : Pine & Cypress LumberOF 'orange D.a Hnula, FERTILIZERS, '. '

testify to It efficiency In my case, at all called "the lost cause." Fruit Vegetable Cralo D. L. dAULDEX, J. T. BAKDEM, FINE PATENT FLOUR. "
event" For sale by Dixon & 815 Lumber delivered at any part of Indian Hire C7oooa .
: Gray. A.D. ConaN, Sea C. V. A. P1orl.d.:
ALL KINDS, on through bill of lading. AnjroM contempkt- Notary. Attorney for Hoard CountyCommissioners. ..,
lnt building oat the Kant Coast .'. .
ROUGH OR DRESSED. writ for price. The ftawmlll situated on tbe .
A Bargain fn Pineapple Lands Range of Temperature J..T.& K.Wf Ry.II mllM south of!'alat... A: SANDERS, S. v. RogerDEALER
In TJtuirlll Shingles Lath Orange PIne.. AMntu: O Oa,E. SUllng;Eau Qallle,Eugen GAULDEN ; f
About 80 acre of a* good pineappleland R BraJnerd ', flmo.pd IN .CLOTHING, l
as can be found on Indian River, For the we ending last night, July; SaUmmri flights Putnam co., FlaAllree's ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, .
situated between' Eden and Ankona;; 10, 1801, a* compared with that of the apple &: Vegetable Packages. 8ocWmo Gents. furnishing Goods, Shoes, Hatsr t' t
fronting on the river, In the very heartof Will practice In all the Court of the But
week In 1800. Recorded
the pineapple section; on Pineapple corresponding of Florida, and the United States Courts. Caps Umbrellas, Trunks Yallses
Ridge. Price $75. per acre. Land on at the U. S. Signal office, Titusville. It will pay parties who contemplate General Supply Store FINE ,

each side of It held at from one' to two 1800. JULY. 1801. building to call on, or address us. :Mill P.O. Hox,838.. TITUBVILLK, FLA. CIQ. ns,. Etc., 1,
hundred dollars acre. Must be sold at DeLeon Springs. Is th* place to lieU What You Don't Want and The only house In town making a spe- '
per Day Max.. Min. Max. Mln Hay What You l>o. Money to Loan. laD of '
Order promptly filled. clalty Gent > '
inside of Furnishing Good. ,
80 days. Address J. P. Turner l:
10 88 71 00 74
HARDWARE!:, Paints, Oils, Fanning
Titusville, Fla. 10* 11 82 74 80 72 Chandler & Landers, ....Rudder...' Material.. __ _._IfnafnA___ __TitBtmntAnt.____Implotn __..._-.. Drop In and examine my; stock, and; .
1'1 SI'1 hR Q.t ftO compare price Cub customer '
M.; D. L. DODSON command -
Fourth of July Celebration.A 13 83 71 a 80 60 STOVE,which la death to all others. / claim to every consideration ,competitor .' 1
14 80 00 80 74 L. Carper, Agent, Tropic, Fla. confer.

meeting of contributor to the above 15 85 74 85 74 lIIImy.amoW.N.HENDRY SPECIALIST IF OPERATIVE, SURGICAL Call when convenient First door '

fund was called for 10 o'clock last Saturday 10 85 77 84 73 d MECHANICAL south of ADVOCATE office. '' "i I ,
J. E. LANOCKTTE, Observer. DENTISTRY > :. ;
morning, at the law office of Messrs.

Jones ,ate Atkinson, for the purpose of TrruaviLuc, FLORIDA. DIXON '
receiving the final report of the various Chamberlain's, Eye and SJdn Dealer In .. ,.
Ointment. | B. L. WILLS, Dealers In "11 4 '
committees; and to consider the questionof DR. ,

disposing of the surplus money, held A certain euro for Chronic Sore Eyes, GeneralMerchandise, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery ,ToM: : r':
by the treasurer, which amounted to Tetter. Salt Rheum Scald Head. Old A graduato of the Articles Fine Statloneij'JEWELRY '
University of Pennsylvania Soaps
: Chronic Sores Fever Sores, Eczema, DRY GOODS, ti9 !
$75. There were a good many present, fl and an experience of twenty :

who entered Into the spirit of the meet- Itch Prairie Scratches Sore Nipplesand NOTIONS, year in practice, offer hi* service to "

Ing with considerable gusto. Piles. It Is cooling and soothing. the citizens of Tifuiville and vicinity. SPECTACLES .t : f'P
hundreds of SEWING MAt 1fTN .'1! S '
cases have been cured by; STATIONERY orriCKi OVER j. w. HOG *
Mr. 8. H. Ray having read the reportof _, A co.'
It after all other treatment had failed. L Pistols, Sewing Machine and

expenditure, which met with general It Is put op la 25: and 60 cent boxes. Choice Groceries, LA RUE P ELY Machinery Repaired. Watches.' Clock, 1
and Jewelry
approval, a Specialty: ,

Messrs. Rogers Lesley, Turner, Feaster BUMS FLA. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 17ru DIST School Book and School '$uppllel. .

CJrabb and other ably advocatedthe FOR Notary Public for the But at Large. Subscription taken at publisher : '., X
advisability of having another yacht G. J. HECTOR .- rience.Contractor Natural and Finish Sunder a of Specialty.over M years'' expo for Newspaper, Books, Magazines, eta/i, iJ.' < .
race, and turning the money In hand Wines -- MKLBOUBNK, FLA.Drayman. Prescription carefully compounded. at:; '; .' :: ? f''
Spirits Hear wbat the people about tale store any time day or J
.over for that purpose, while Dealer In General Mr.Aloes r Xtear 8IW ay t night. v, 'y',",(:. f ..
cheerfully testify
Mr. Goldsmith, in a few well-chosen :A lIerohandl.SeMelbourne: : the adiolnbl- qualities of the New ITooeHbad 'V'l.1UaD1. .- !< !
word, suggested that the overplus be 0&1011. tlt.Ol*, W. bass one OTVr Iq: : ='utoh, I ruglsp "pit. :..,'
Beers uootbs,and to "' '.
Fla. cannotjntlat a dagl: fault. '
'put Into the bank toward next year' K.C.A U.A.acrlmnour 'J! /. ,
11&onlll.,Ma1', 111I1. Hauling done at reasonable rates. At : "
celebration. tend all Patent Medicines: :' .:' ,. ,
I find a departing, and meet all arrIv. ;; .
CIGARS great saving of gaaoll".11I th. N.. '
Measr Rump, Brady and Ray, who ETC. Hats Shoes Clothing Goods Process over tlM old. It keep DM la a perpetual Ing train "
Dry t
made some very appropriate remark, OF THE FINEST QUALITY, state" of woodor and delight'15111.Mrs.Bldo y Wilbur, ADVOCATE Order left office with will G. D.receive Rumph or at Elegant Perfumery ud Toilet t.t.t lltI J," ., 1.

were anxious that It should go to the JOlt Arrived. Splendid Goodt 'T1tunll1tnWl1 nth, attention. prompt ,

town school-a very laudlble object no 00 TO OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE LEAD I am dellgb'tcdTltmvUU with the New Process Vapor Kept constantly on,band. at: .' ." w
than UJ4ICteci. '
doubt-and other thought the better Lesley & Renaker.Families DRUGS, GROCERIES GRAIN Mrs K. B. :M.: :13. :EJ,;.rzo11. J. ,' r.
Wlleg '
to do would be Via, May Mb,IMfl. B. .
thing to let the money Of all kinds; and 'In fact a full line of SCrevens.I: ,, ,Z...

go towards improving Washington ave Supplied. everything. Call and examine. 11 BRICKLAYER &: PLASTERER _, j. ','r: t ," ,

nue.Mr.. C. H. Walton moved that the Notice of Incorporation Notice to Debtors and Creditors. Titusvillo Fla. Also ., V U i
the latest "
money be devoted toward Improvingthe Of the De Solo Beach Improvement Co. ALL CREDITORS leRatees and persons .... Work: contracted for' on any part of calk', etc.* Newspapers; Peri&U- ;
town park, so that visitors and our to distribution out of thV Ncate of Indian River 8 : .*t,. Ti\;ifT; f's:-
L TIM name of this corporation hall b* th. rank B.sack.tl decea M, are beret,, DoU- '. '\" .
townspeople may have something else to ells Sots Beach and Improvement Company." fled to resent their claim and demand to UM '
see beside the river. It was a fine 2. Tb general nature of th b.......*of theeorponUou III nndenlgiwd,sola ezacutrtz of aaideitat*, will : '
ball b* tb.development of a town two yean or this notion wlU be pleaded la Joo McAllister STOP AT GEORGIANA:7: : ':
piece of land, and very little money, so alce and eaald resort upon a certain tract; of bar tate of suck claim. All pcnoni owing said ea ; ; ;
an hereby
land extending from the M" "* hirer required to Mttle their aooounu
far, had been spent on although It Atlantic Ocean, a abort diatano from the to pro-th* with &be taDdenljtDe, prompthy'or sell wW be LANTATION. ) And See .'%' > .. i ,
would, eventually, become such an attraction otflland knownknown U*described ,*. Bald tract. lutlclatoed fur their adketfou.TNIJTKA. 14CKC1'1' o: Contractor for ; y'; 1 :.
and a* follow,
for visitor during the winterseason. wits Lots seven and eight of aecttoo tw.nt7saveand Bole Ez.culrlx 01&be lint wW and tasam.u, ,' P. t .
of trunk B. &cu" ........
I lot twenty-two on*and, auoth two of of thirty-rang*!*,UUrtyeereneait all In town.hip I"e T. :&:I..' ZU.OlXAX'ClA. Artesian Wells, 11.n

and containing ..... hundred and
Jones seconded this eight
Judge strongly
eight acre, more or lee. Th company hall Notice of Incorporation Eden, Indian BJier Florida ;& Dealer in
motion out its and advantage ...... Eau
pointing beauty power to take inch itep a* It may find neeeaaary Gallic, Fla.
to promote the general object of lea OJ the TituivOU and Canaveral Steam
to the town if In .
put proper Incorporation, to-wit the boat Stoics Tin-warc
I development of B ea- and Traniportalion 1 r Hollow-ware
shape; and said, that although the park aide retort by dl po>lng of lot*,erecting buildIng Company. 141 ,, "
*, and constructing a tramroad throorb th* 1. The aam of this corporation shall be"The N'.A. s '. \ .
wa worth over $OG not much money I property from AUantie TltiUTUI and Canaveral BMambuat and Trana. I :

had been spent toward beautifying It Ocean for beach lea,meioben and 10 prroovti4 and patron sowsol* from tnuuporvatlon Tito- portstTh.:1tu.um: ,& aap.oy.mr.of tb trurlntu of tile sF'( TSB kot3' NEWSPAPER Wooden-ware, Stone-,are, ,:j 1; d '"
up to date, although it wa worthy of trill and other tributary point corporation ihall be tb transportation of freight SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY : .
.. Tb capital stork of t.be corporation shall and p paaiennr upon t.be Indian and banana itRll i '
every attention. be Bv. thouaand dollar*, divided into OB* hun flyers and Creek and tb Mosquito Laa-ovaTia uat ime The HEAVY SHELF : '
dred hare of fifty dolUn: each to b*paid up tb*counties of brerard Dade sod VouTuTand C414LuIt1,141'LDtltR Pioneer Agency. HARDWARE > c l.
After considerable discussion,pro. and la fun. totb* moss eonrealent point tb MEiter ? Fur terms and ample copier addres. ,
'. Th corporation shall fornmenoe bMlae to reach th* Bight of CanaTcraT amauuma. onr NAILS, SCREWS rll. ,
eon.. In which Mr. Howell Titus made a }
.... ;k b C. M.
6I1ag lea anlclea at iAcIorpon&ioD with the Tb capital Hock of tb* corporation shall 1 NAUMAN TRACE .
few brief remark, Beeretary of State sad with t.be Clerk of th* bflt thouaaad Dollar*, divided Into on* BUB. i Tl11iIVILLZe Brevard county J1a..sj CHAINS .
Circuit Court I. and for Hiwrard Iradi'bare,of fifty dollar each
eouaty,and ,to b* paid DUNG i
Mr. Ray put the motion to the meet. ahall eontinn fur a period of twenty year tA full. op BORERS ;: j "

Mpg, and on a show of hands, eight were a. Tb biulnee of tb company ibaU be con 4. Th corporation than commeno OB th*nk .' BOLTS BRUSHES,,
of it aniclM
ducted tag
by a President Secretary, Treasurer and of I Bee.
found to be in favor of handing the money Board of Three Director. Tb Hoard of Director retary of State and f1,. clerks eat o &.be OhI.J.'ton.Pal.n't&: : w
*. uw..rJ my b* inereawd to*T* by a ma. _flee.. which Ie shall c iiu'u- 't f Jj' I
over to the Town Council in behalf )rity TOM of tb tockbotder of th*company for th. s-JocI ot lft' ear.rm"u ijf; The Beat Made for Wa Climate
of the park: fund while for the yacht who may b* pros at at any regmlax ttockhuldn .. Tb baaUcae ut the company shall _JUdL.;: :'-_ ;:..J : _
; d
reeti"R.S. e4d by B prMtdent.rU.praldaol.eeoreUrri And One Thousand sod ? '"'Vv.
race there wa only a show of four Tb annual ..t.oekholdenUq ihall b* trearorer, and n>.director. Aa*leetioB for dt w ",. ( One Othe :' I ;fI
held at tbs principal office)of th company,at I recton shall b* held by vote of t.be capital Things that Your are likely to Want $* .. '
hand rtuurille, on the drat Tuesday of Bel-ber.. .tock.: at tb* principal ottou of tb* company le iy' 'Sil! l m :t
The wa then ordered to be each year,at which meeting th Ttts.v/lk os &be err TllMday vI JulJ'. ot sack Buy your Stove here. When f .
money youwaat.
on haU b* elected to eerr.until tb next ... Tbe bo.rd .f dJrec&ora spelt ties .be .::'
turned over to the Town Council for anal meUnf.or until their wws.ors are dulyualtSed. p..dea&vi i'rssid.at,secretary sad .........- S i1E: a new Fire Back or Grate Top Bar or .' i

the benefit of the Park Fund, and the t rrMleac..1're8icIeA&. The Board of IXtwctor,, Secretary shall electb aadrreaaarer. Sr.power who to may eooaoUdaM b* director, any.two of sad said shall offloe hat if. ......-.. : Damper come right here tot It, aa dUF: r! :. .

terminated.A dectdod apdp.e s. Director*and offlotr adaU ..,.,.a.tl toatw. plicate part are kept :
meeting A Director may she fill any other offlc, bat teitockboiden lath*corporation. tl (Qei band constantly ,oa v4{lJ'
BOO other than *tu:kbalden shall be oaten elIM *. Tb b1Jbne.e of lndebldne or li j ; also A GOOD LINE OF *
carpenter, by the name of M. S. eompany.T ability to which tb* corporation may at any S lya asMaahyav) :
Power, fell from the roof of a boose fEast Tb bigbet amount of ladebtedne or tint subject lush ball not exceed-b&It tb* IIIUMDDrn runm, FIRST CLASS GROCERlliffPCon i
i .
Laos v alu of tb '1
th corporation may at any eaj> nock.K. u k ... e..w.y r 1aof5 '
DesMoine, Iowa, and sustained a subject exceed .
tiai Itaelf ball out one-lulf of P. PAJWIMB-, w r r r r f. '
painful and serious sprain of the wrist, tb*tau aJu* of lea capital Mock. W. C. liuwaa. =::r. ..= = tantly Arriving and For ''' !
which he cured with one bottle of Cham J. O. WAI.IOI, C.A.A."'WABT. _4 ___ a H.
; me.p
NaCMA. Moderate
berlain' Pain Balm. He say It U worth J. E. LJLBOOBTTB, "..)(. Hsuwlr, aw a". r.r 0 Is Priw*. :, rr; t r" r
1} a bottle It cost him 60 cent. For C. H. WALTO. M. K. .....r. ALLEOLW, :I
OBO. x. BOBBUM.tUt ..
sali bl bison A Gray She: WALT** 8. (.I...... t7sos lI.r.Uur.K.Ray ew ar .v wamrppr.lL L

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... ALthANCE a call for a convention of all labor*>rnnIzations >1' Suppose, then,,thai twice, many j join ton are fn ifisrintppl now. One t* a 1.- THE GREAT REUNION Thoughtful feqcibi :

TALKS; }o be held in February., 1802 the Farmer Alliance. Total,,' 6,000 North Carolinian, the other a Georgian, -, '
therefore be it Remember all these committed \ and both were Confederate loldiers. take: t
Now daily are To be Held at the World's Fair The first ef winter now r*
Resolved That this elect to the and without Both are Southern men and Democrats, '' *
body a commlttee lub-treainrr, ,In 1893.A Ignifioint and the first white hurl' w y\
NEWS OF THE ORDER FROM composed of one from each state : exception favor a new political yet the mouthpieces 'of plutocracy have Life it i a 10njf'course: of mutual edaca- *'' :
ALL SECTIONS. here represented, to be known a* the national -: < executive committee, for the special : us now with anything else because they favor equal right to all, The Word's Fair manager and the 0. A. grave. I
purpose of conferring with like committee Join view. Surely the traitor 'who and pedal favor for none." R. men of Chicago and the belt businessmen The prayers of a lover are more Imperious '.. f

Items of Interest to Alliance- from other organizations and are trying to stay among; us and opposeour ... of the city heartily approve of the than the menace of the whole ,.. .
deriding que' finn| M to time and placeor demand will take this hint ana pullout The Fanners' Alliance In Texas has inaugurated scheme for a grand reunion of the bide world.
men Everywhere. meeting, beets of representation and Politician who have mocked prepare a Life Benefit plan, which Is and gray at the World's Fair in '93, and Above all thing always speak the r
to submit to their respective state the, to stay at home and partisan newspaper called the Co-operative Degree of the will assist in the matter.: A committee, truth; your word must be your bond' .
TRi STATE ALLIANCE demand of all such other labor organ-!- who have pent their energies to Firmer State Alliance of Texas. If the consisting of the leading ex-soldiers of through life. '* ,

We clip the following from Tin Nitttonal tailors a* will probably be represented throw contempt upon u* may prepare for other states follow this plan, it will be the O. A. R., Were selected to. have Lying la the basis of a1 evil. AterJ l
Econ m +t.: During the month of at such labor conference, each member to earnest work. :Minister of the gospel known a* the National Alliance Aid charge of tbe'work at Chicago, and a one year Of absolute crime wODle ?,-.'
,July the county Alliance. and Unions in be ex-officlo chairman in hit slate and to who have left their sacred calling to heap association. The president and executive like committee will assist them, composed disappear. ':i

all the States will elect delegatee to the have authority to appoint congressional l scurrilous remark upon our members and committee of the State Alliance appoint of the ex-Confederate soldiers liv. Some people spend their vacation in V-; :'
StAte meetings which are held in August district chairmen, who in turn shall appoint ; officers because we tried to help and to a manager for this departmentD. log in Chicago. They are all well-known worrying over the business they left ) -'
tonnty chairmen for the of business The reunion is now an b
September and October. It is purpose save the downtrodden poor may find hind them. .
very important these July sessions of the bringing our demand and those of other their road to the warm climate the A. 115, Knights of Labor, Seattle, assured success, and the old veterans of the Justice i i. little short-sighted
Alliances be well attended and labor oiganlwtions squarely before the speak Of shortened mauy league>-Jfaticnal Wash ha issued a call for a conference North and South, who faced each other a per.
county that the questions likely to come before people during the coming year, and secure Alliance. (Houston,.Tex) of all labor and other reform bodies within on so many battlefields, will\ meet in hap chance.but frequently' h an eye,to the

the State body be thoroughly discussed an exprewion fromthem as to what the State, at North Yakima July 18, peaceful reunion, to talk over their old t .
to'the end that delegates may be well concessions they will make in order to TAe AUianct bulletin (harper, Ean.) for the purpose of "considering how labor battles and attend the world's fair to- You just bring a couple of little qua

patedaetothesantimentwhich pre nils, were general co-operation and what say: "An effort i i. being made to divide can best use its power at the poll in it, gether. On May 80, 1803, there will bea rel. into your home and they'll like

Each delegate to the State Alliance Or method they will adopt to secure the : the Alliance in the south by forcing pro- own interest" Representatives will pre- grand union memorial service held, sparrows. x
Union should know the number of male lame. hibition upon them ss a political ue, lent credential from their org lzatiou. and the blue and gray will decorate with I i I. so easy to fancy 011 e'* self right ,
member. of the order in his county, and The joint committee on confederation but, like their brethren of the north i ... :I flowers the graves of the 0,000 confederate self-condemnation f about* scarce '
should know the amount of lees and dues met with a like committee from the they have refused to<< be sidetracked in The AlUanccmen in North Carolina, : soldiers buried at Oakwood cemetery, a* dodo'. eggs. '

reported and paid by the county secretary Knight of Labor, the National Colored any such way. The action of the Kansa 'I'' Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia are Chicago, and the craves: of the union Doubt i* brain fog and it 'sometimes- :
to the State secretary, and the Farmers' Alliance and CooperativeUnion Alliance upon this question should be building or operating their own tobacco soldiers buried there. There will be a take all the ray of the nun of experience :
amount of per capita dues to the Na- and the National Citizens Alliance duplicated by all other stati, for should I warehouses. The latest 'move of this national committee who will assist the to disperse it. <

tional Farmers' Alliance and Industrial In'lanuar1 last, and organized "e e-pouae such outside issues it would kind is in Nash county, the Alliance of committee at Chicago in this reunion.. She was he 'wa* haughty,' she
Union that the county secretary has col- for j.erfectlng this plan. State, prove suicidal to our main issue Let which are' prepn'riog to build a warehouse Tents will be furnished by the govern was highborn regal. and distinguished; and, .
lected, and see that the county secretary district ana county chairmen nothing but the 8t Louis, Ocala' and Cincinnati at Nashville. the shares of stock ment to camp fa, 'and the old boys like the rest of us, she was clay. -
hal not only sent to the State of central committee have been appoint. demands cause us to do battle. It being out at five dollars each. who wore the blue and the pray can
secretary what he boa collected, ed, and the work will be pushed Independent i I. an indisputable fact that many differences go into camp by states, and have Every incomplete work is a monumentto
but the proper amount of fees of the Alliance a* an organization. of opinion exist upon the question NINETEEN DEAD. one good time together before human fullyj Whatever f worth beginning

and the 5 cents per capita dues for every The meeting will be held February of less importance, hence the effort t? they pitch their tents beyond the silent is worth completing. ,

male member in the county, whether he 22, 1802, and the National Farmers' force them upon us if possible, for by so A Scene of Horror on the Erie river. There are hundreds all over the Don't compare a girl's cheek to the
has paid or not. It is necessary for delegates Alliance and Industrial Union will be allowed doing a division would be created and land who wore the blue and gray, the down on a peach if you want to be nomplimentary ,, .
to the State bodies to be able to representation in the conference.This Shylock given a tighter grip upon the Railway at Ravenna.At best men both north and south, who aro -If there is anything disagreeable '
show this in' order to be sure of being should all be known and discussed people. We are united in our demandsfor 8 o'clock Friday, morning a frightful offering their services to make this the to get on your bps, it is peach '
Mated in the State meeting. The only and kept in view in the selection of delegates more money; then let that iisuo stand railroad wreck occurred at Ravenna, greatest reunion ever held on Americansoil. down. '
'W'yfo., subordinate bodies to avoid befog : from the primary organizations to paramount to all others until we gain an Ohjo. on the New York, Lake Erie and A mass meeting of the survivors A Very Strange Fact. '

liable to the county Alliance or Union the national. Let all the preparation for issue of circulating. medium tqual to |50 Western railroad. Train No. 8, fast express will be held during the encampment of Is a very strange fact that a great many ,
for dues upon members who do hot pay organized and efficient independent action per capita.. bound for New York, while stand the Grand Army of the Republic at Detroit poplf.I of lund judgment otherwte"l do not .
not to ing at the depot waiting orders, wa Mich to boom this reunion. All eyesight proper C 1 too
it to suspend such members for nonpayment go rapidly on, as a menace late.. cre ult
of dees and then report them IIauapeadod. present political parties but as a precau The Fnrm r,' Adeocote (Cbarlestown, crashed into from the rear by a freight true soldiers who wore the blue or the GlassM not suited to your ee will Injure-
The only way for county tion against: the possibility of such parties W. Va.) says: "The government Issue. train. A day coach on the rear of the gray are invited to this meeting and to roar slgbt.' Remember this. ,
to national bank. It I I. i issued train was ) telescoped and nineteen Mr. A. K. Hawkes, whose name ts know ) ,
bodies to avoid being' liable for dues asserting in unwillingness to give tho money to completely the grand reunion at Chicago in 1893. over the world as an optician ,
from subordinates that do not pay in full people the necessary reform them not for the banks to do a* they passenger killed and thirty-eight elvlUe Crystallised Ln8e ant- .'
It to refuse them representation in please with it; they cannot deal in real badly injured. The day coach and two established a factory at 19 ,
any 'e. estate, in live stock in merchandise sleeper forward took fire and were burned PARKERSON SPEAKSAt Atlanta Ga., where oculet' prescriptions' a
the county body until all dues are paid OITJClnr WILL NOT AVAIL. ; wi be promptly filled trade supplied.
in full. And the for the State they cannot engage .In manufacturing up, burning many of the bodies so that druirgists, and merchants keep a stock O
only way The Alliance Herald (Montgomery, they have learned that It pay
they almost The handa
were t
to avoid liable for duos from railroading or any enterprise. The money unrecognizable.
body being
counties which have not paid in full is to Ala.,) lay t "It i* surprising with what is issued to them to loan, to loan to the wreck is the most disastrous that ever occurred a Fourth of July Celebration'' 1'e \
them confidence each opponent of the sub- people. The banks are virtually loan on the Erie road.TEBRIBLB In Illinois. time.put'n mourning for the dec
suspend such'couotles by refusing
treasury essay to condemn it and give might the living happy.FOB :
representation until they have paid in" gents, and the government i* practically BCERE8. The most notable and enthusiastic celebration b ue
his reasons for opposing it. Any well informed loaning to the The loan of Independence Day in the history Impure or thin Blood, ::0
full all due., arrearagee, and. per capita writer can attack and critlse money Many of the passenger on the train lens Neuralgia, Indigestion, Weakne.M ,
are at 1 cent commission of the of Bloomington Illinois was that
clues for the national. plan that could be offered. There fa per plus were asleep when the awful crash came, take brown'. iron Bitten-It atrnlh. ';
any agents (the banks). Tile commission is which occurred Saturday. The oratorof making old In. .
The B cents per capita dues I. the only smart wise about It. If these and a number were crushed to death in persons tel 1wnl ;
nothing or too from 5 the occasion Vf. S. Farkerson ol persons strong; pleasant take I {
fund belonging to the national body. It will the that high, being to 11 per cent per their berths. A terrible scene followed. was t
Li each and I. due opponent answer question annum, equal to 23/ to 05 cent. There cries for New Orleans, the leader of the citizensin i ;
only paid once year, the iiib-trcasury i I. offered to meet, then per were help from all port .l men .alike In one paitcntar. the
to be paid by the state secretary to the tey'mlght bonst of that on a five-year loan. Now the proposition of the tiain, mingled with the dying the "Mafia" riot in that city. A crowdof bumble believe there is cmna to>
national secretary the first day of November question is What something be devisedto is to dispense with these, costly moans of other whose lives were being 12,000 people assembled at Frarfklin him i
: way can
id each year in advance for the combine of loan agents. crushed out Steam was escaping from I'ark. and Mr. Parkerson was introducedby The Ta.'er' R..t. t.T..t.
year just commencing.! Delegates to prevent a syndicate or speculator ..' the monster freight,engine, and soon tbe Mayor Foster. :Mr. Parkerson was Is via CnolnaU Hamon" DsytmBatlrad ,
each year from forming fqr toopurfioie .
Rural home Wilson N. C. asks greeted with prolonged cheering. The on.1a
( ) ;
.state alliances should therefore see that wreck caught fire and the flame crowded has been made by -
of the of farm round trip
controlling price for the
"What i I. the difference in interest to the scenes which followed the address can Railroad t. IUconnections '
the state secretaries have reported to the upon those who were fast in the debris. clnnatl Hamilton & Dayton
national secretary the male membership products, syndicate or com people under the present banking system The few persons who escaped without scarcely l he described. The assemblage to Toronto and return on account

of the state on the firtt day of October, bine gets and the sells crops them to at cost of and that proposed by the sub-treasury Injury worked with almost superhuman wildly pressed around the orator cheering Of tag the to National be held In Educational tbt city Alton. Jet
1800, and paid 5 cents per capita dues to production consumers plant A direct interest of not less than 8 power in their effort to rescue the more for Parkerson.New Orleans and the south;; The O., H. D only line running direct
at an advance of from 20 to 100 percelltlSelling' Detroit, U through tar
cent an indirect interest from 8 to shaking hands with him and speaking from nolnni t
the national secretary on sumo. It will\ of per unfortunate ones. In several instances link bouth and North and .
at coat
not do for the state secretary to say he another crops vital production enforces 000 per cent. Why is it then that the person slowly burned to death words of congratulation, good will and with sleeping ears on a nigh trn and.h
qucatipni How can politicians of both political parties favor esteem for the people ho represents. "I on day U
hu used the money for other purposes if wheat while pleading with their last breath er UD friends who want '
it hat a man grow corn or cotton at cost the present banking lystemf Because under for am neither a colonel nor a judge but a tMh.r ter t'
been collected from the membership help, which could not Ira rendered.The ad RpttO'
of and from the from metnl emortbly
production profit this the is for the mister a private .citizen of the t te
system kept ,plain ;
because all collected in wreck Cars
money moat
belongs a was complete. .1 Jour
his farm, which i I. nothing his mortgage the words with C., H.& D. For rae and fall
pay benefit of the bankers and their favoritii' United Stales were
special fund, and should never bu put in his hornet The is were piled upon and across each other cnat address any agent of the 0..IL bDTickettAgtentcincincn
on sub-treasury
the general fund; it belongs to toe national those who speculate on the product of almost In a solid mass. The following I. which the speaker introduced himself. Uner pa..enger
offered as a remedy that embraces two the land those who the "We the people was the tubjectof his 0
as loon as paid to the subordinate speculate on believed to be a correct list of the killedso ,
secretary, and all secretaries handle it as strong points-enough and money to defeat land, the protected manufacturer, mon- far u* i i. known:, Henry Gilda, John address "I yield in love to my coun- Dearnes.Caa't k*Cared
national money. State secretaries should tho trust an adequate mean of ac- led syndicates-the politician and a McAvary. Patrick Ryan, T. Ilauaf F. try," said he, "to no man within the 2t load appllatlona,.th.r cannot reach
: end Bought at the tame subsidized borders of it. in this grand dLe..ed portion ot .eat There 'U
My pride p only
also be instructed tho state press. J. Kimball Owen Hardeman
by coming time assuring to way to ours and that
alliances and Union to promptly make consumers protection Thomas Nolan Thomas KevilLe, George government is not overtopped by any. tional den. ) _s I ty cntn-
from ectitlousprices created and enforced The Richmond Ga. Alliance David In its I glory in its unity I re- flamed condition of the c
County greatness
report of their male membership on the ( ) Gilda, Oelehiun, J. Coyle W; Bnstaohlan muollna of the.>
by speculators to make themselves richat I It a meeting in Augusta a few days jo ce, and I hesitate not to assert that the ''b Inflamed
first day'of October next, and to make the loss and above reasonable agoadop'ed Newcomb, D. Ryan, D. Cal ldy, Henry yoo rumbling sound or
damage, Izr.
remittance to cover same in full not later tho following resolution! : McClill-all glos worker of Findlay, most intensely American spirit and pride feet hena. and when 1 is entirely .
than NOT 1 nut This is very necessary compensation for handling the crops to "!"Resolved That we endorse the bril- 0., and Corning, N. Y.-G. Griffin, which I hue ever a.-en, can be found in de can te result, noises the tufsmnstored .
the if could tube
who he these
enable consumer, get Hint administration of President Liv the low lands of Louisiana behind the its normal condition bye
In'order to the national Brooklyn! N. Y; A. Gunthrop, Brooklyn t nor hearing will
secretary to close bit books for the year, commodities 10 at reasonable prices would it 10Rlton.! and present him for reelectionto ,N. Y; W, Kane, Brooklyn, N. Y. levees of the Mississippi. The stars and dee catarrh,,which nine .oat of ton a'
save from to 00 centof what nothing but
per the office the duties oi which he has stripes han no more faithful lover tban a t
and have them examined by the execu- i Among the large number injured are named condition of the mucous surfaceo.
now costs him to make these speculators with commendable zeal and the men of the new south. No more .We will gireOne Hundred Dollars
performed foranr
tive board,and a full report made out by many whom it is thought will wille die. _
tho meeting the Council millionaires. Don't catch at the shadow, marked ability. We commend him for earnest and determined defenders of 'the sent cure ( H,cth' that wa>
/ Supreme on by
the third Tuesday in November. Borne but strike the substance. Argue the re-election not only in recognition of past >> beloved flag can be found within the four 8.ad for er cIJ taklu& Cth C

delegates have heretofore held the money question, not the remedy proposed to services, but because we believe that his SUSPENDED PAYMENT.A corners of the nation. None will resent Sold dra.glelo 9aaoe'tta& 0 T 0
solve it. Solve the fn other 11
question ct
back to bring in to tho national any continuance iu the presidency of tbe more ouicklv an insult to it.
secretary when the person Supreme Council way, and the alliance I.i ready to accept state alliance ',IU give him deserved Montgomery Bank Falls for VAX WIICKLK OIn and Machinery Co.,Atian-k
it But its members cannot be made to in the halls or Half Million. ta, Ga., manufacture Cotton Gins
prestige a
the business ,congreu.tI r.eep
meets. This disarrange A TERRIBLE CYCLONE Press, Oil
slave it longer for speculators, because CDdener Cotton.Sl .
and force the report to be made up with any Moses Bros.' bank at Montgomery .chlner. SbarUDI. YnlleyaTankePamlr.
the remedy i* liable to criticism. The I Virginia Allianet fWvtheville. Wlnd.IUs Ejc .for prices and diM ts
such State recorded u delinquent, and Ala., suspended payment Monday morning -- -
the report goe* into the minute and disgrace :. Va.) say: "The farmers of the United and all real estate personal property visits Baton Rouge-Ten Con- o

the State:! Alliance for all the next TDK tTOEM I* COKING State received $48.000,000 less for raising and bills of exchange have been includedin victs Killed Outright.A Played Out 1

year. It i* therefore great injustice to The Washington Post styst "The 70,000,000 acres of corn in 1880 than tbe assignment' to II. A. Saver, R. B. terrible cyclone struck Baton Rouge,
the State Alliance for the report of the spirit of reform in the shape of revolution they did for raising 68,000,000 acres in Bnodgrass and S. M. Levine. They say a little after 6 o'clock How often this and similar sxpnatlona barb

State secretary to be delayed or for the is undoubtedly abroad, and the success 1883, though the former exceeded the their assets will amount to more than Monday morning, passing from southeast loss mm aws U, overworked not know womso whan, and weary and ,u
money' to be held back after November 1. that it may here and there achieve is latter 110,000,000( bushels. In 1884 their liabilities. Neither figure can yet to northwest It'entered the city at Garlg fat that tatraat W d wwuioesi common 1 n; ,
The demand of the Order, and of all likely to be contagious. It will be well there was sown 1,000,000 acres more be approximately estimated. The failureis I brickyard, passed up through Catfish- saroaitly nl e Hood's I e..
other organization willing to co-operate, for the politician to put their house in oats than 1883 but and 12,000,000 more due to tbe stringency of money. Their town, and struck a bill just to the east of -. not a stfmalaat bat a ten tootoindoall
should be freely discussed in both county order. Dy wiadom'they may break the bushels raised to the farmers $26- liabilities are said to be about half a John Johnson's residence. Ia: patb continued /building up all the wsak oriuu to raoDwayastoksof e j
and State Alliance and Unions, and resolutions force of the storm, but the storm is in ooOOOOlos. was realized. An increase million dollars, The firm stands very in a northeasterly direction, crossing luUnf baasflt. A.(air Mai will iTfcmrom .
expressing the prevailing sentiment the air." in acreage every year but a decrease in high for integrity, and few believe North Boulevard a hundred yards to : ot IU t ;.
adopted, and delegates who lully In the course of a two-column com- the amount realized on the bushel. that there i* anything ugly about the cast of the governor's mansion. It M.B. BtiuretogvCPATEJMTS t

endorse such resolution elected and authorized ment on the above paragraph, a writer i'i .*. the suspension. Each individual has included then went north, striking the penitentiary Sarsaparllla
to elect delegate from the state the Propna.ie.Farmer says: "No halfway TAe Progreuitt farmer (Raleigh) says: hIt home, all real estate and personal building and J. A. D' ugherty'a residenceon
to the National body with authority to dubious course will shelter the political Senator George, of Mississippi, has been property in the schedule .of aslgnments. .. North street, and thence beyond the Sold by all druggMa |1;six far t I only
elect delegates to attend the great labor partite from this'popular uprising. engaged in a most vigorous warfare on The failure was a blow to city. The cyclone was 300 yards wide, b 0.J HOOD*c Lowell .

conference in February 1802, and represent They have a cause-a good cause; they the Alliance. He employed'thelwbolelorce the people of the city. Nearly every laboring und ricochettedj along its course like a One Dollar
the Order in agre"fojf with all organization have issue which cannot be laid aide or of the enemy in his State against it. man, clerk and sewing woman in cannon ball, devastating as it went. In 10 Dose

of producers willing to cooperllteh overshadowed by any other issue Cut he was unable to stand against tile Montgomery, who was trying to save the city no one was killed, though several
a set of demand and deciding upon available to the parties. They tide and has just'pub'.iabed: a long letter, money, had Deposits in the suspendedbank. persons were seriously injured.
the most efficient mean of enforcing such cannot make the tariff Interest. endorsing the Alliance platform except Among the depositor ate hundred CONVICTS KILLED. "AugustFlower"
demands. The following ia i an extract ing enough, being so stale and the sub-treasury bill and the land loan of negroes, who have deposit The .
from the report of the chairman of the threadbare, to distract .attention from plan. lie sees that hit people are in ranging from live or ten to fifteen hun state penitentiary was partially
executive board u adopted by the last the new issues. '$o it would be well for earnest and has backed down from his dred or two thousand dollars each.It wrecked. Ten convicts are killed and
Supreme Council the politicians,' iys the JW, to put their high position "While the lamp holds Is estimated that the amount due thirty-five injured. Five of these are
"lie cautioned the order u to the houses in order.' At this writing -e out to burn," etc. depositor is between (350,000 and dangerously Following is a Hit of the
great responsibility resting upon this know of only one State which can easily .. (500,000. ; Whites-Isaac McClelland, of Calcosin .

body at thi time a* to what action it divert this furious deluge, and that lathe A Nashville dispatch of Saturday 'ays The member of the firm have surrendered Fred; J. A. Waggoner of Claiborue; Mr. Lorenzo F. Sleeper
State of North Carolina We Inform. The regular monthly report for Tennessee Gage, of Ouachita; James Van i VU
take in regard to the political .Itu tloa. are crop everything they possess, personaland known to the citizens
The order could never participate in any ed that the Democratic party of that oas been issued by Commissioner real, without any claim for exemptionor Metter, of Katchitoches; John Gibson wel o
partisan political effort and iu the Southit State has adopted the St. Louis platform Goodwin. Wheat is reported in fine con dower being put in by the wives of and William Willow, of New Orleans. tn, Me., and neghbrho. He'
was opposed to giving its sanction to or all the essential demand of the F. A. dition. The yield i Is Ol.tj of a full aver- the married members. Gibson'wRa one of the Maly murderers says: Eight ago wa te
any Independent: 'or third party move on and I. U.t and this place it on the side age crop and of excellent quality. Corn Colored-Nathan Chancy of tart Felici- sick, and sufe as no one
the part of the member, while in the of the people and not antagonistic there ia improving rapidly, and the prospect WHERE THE VIOSKT: IS. ana; Henry Calestio\ of New Orleans; dyspeptic cn. then began taking -
West and Northwest the delegates claim to. This will give it,ease and quietude were never better for a full yield. Con The failure i* a topic of gossip aid Beauregard Harden, of Bossier; Edward August Flower. At that time

that the order will retrograde if such .*. dition 88.0, The acreage of cotton is wile spread consternation among the peo Buckner. of Caddo. "I was a great sufferer. Everything -
auction is pot given. In this emergency AlXIAKC" ,.. MtncnANTS.If largely decreased, tbe reduction averagelog ple. It has leaked out that some of the I ate distressed that I
be thought he Bad a compromise to offer the movement inaugurated by the 10 per cent. The condition has much bankers met a ew'nights ago offering! MONUMENT FUNDS. "had me
throw in
to it Then
that would meet the case exactly, and Alliance i* right, and we believe it is, improved, and while not yet satisfactory their aid in a substantial manner, but the up. a
that was for this body to hereby lay that none should be more ready to give it the farmer are more hopeful. The condition offer wa not accepted the amount being The Committee on Collections few moment that horrid distress
it give sanction and call for a meet. their! sanction than our merchants, who compared with the fall crop I ia 73. but about one bundred thousand dollars, come on and I would have
ing to be held about February, 1603 to are aware of the fact that anything that while the liabilities aa estimated are near Report Encouragingly.. "to eat and suffer .
be composed of delegate from ill organizations will redound to the good of our farmer TJU AUW"N Alwratr (LouUburg, if not over half i a million. It will take A Nashville dispatch Thursday says? For tat "again. I took a
of producer upon a fair basis of will bo of good to them also. If the Tenn.) says Never before was such the trustee some time to ascertain with Captain John W. Childress; chairman of "little of) "
efl rt made to educate the any degree of accuracy the true state of the committee from the Southern Press 'ou me.
representation for the purpose of a gen.evil tub-treasury idea will, u a mean for an masse U Hord and felt J
and thorough conference upon the which it {(intended, get more money in dnoe the inauguration of the Alliance of affairs, there being perhaps over three Aasocittion, delegated to collect funds "better, and after
demand of each and to the end that all circulation the country, no one will farcers. The leaden who are responti- thousand depositor ranging in sums from and attend to the details of erecting a Stomach .

,may igree upon a joint get of demand feel the good, arising frum it more per. ble tor this work are the object. of attack two dollar to many thousand. monument to the memory of Jefferson Feeling. "taking little more ;
just prior to the next national campaign than the merchant. And ll i* by the city press, and are classed a* Davis, says that the committee feels "AugustFlowermy"peered
and agree upon the proper methods for offered by the Alliance a* a way toget hoodlum aad degraded officeceeker A STEAMER SINKS much encouraged at the progress ofafWt. "Dyspepsia disap- ,
enforcing such: demand. If the peopleby more money into circulation, and Verily, the people should read these attacks .. About twenty thousand dollars: and since tte I |i
delegate coming direct from them at a low rate of interest which the producer with a big grain of allowance for And Seventeen Lives ReportedLost. has already been raised, but before actual 0 have never had the it '
agree( that a third party move is neces- can stand. It the Alliance is the the men who inspire.them." work is commenced on the monument 0 I can eat anything without the A
'aary.it need not be feared. That the next mean of getting |30 per capita in circulation they expect to raise 50000. Active "leat fear of I wish all *
session of the supreme council elect delegate there will be more to spend and The Citizens' Alliance i* being pushed A London cablegram say: The start- measure will be taken at once in so that are dt. that terrible j
froin.thU order to represent it in more goods will be bought: No one ahead by Fanners' Alliance organizer, hog intelligence ha* been received that a belting for funds. It was decided to se ?"disease .?'
aid national Conference of productive will question this statement. Then would I and it now cover a large part of the large steamer sink off Dover come time bet a general agent to look after the col. *' or the troubles caused by ,

organization* for political purpose.1 not the merchant profit by itt He most country from Maine to California. The dnnng Sunday night Dispatches say lections, whose name will be announced it would try August Flower, a I ,f.
For the purpose of carrying out this certainly would, and we believe that in San Francisco Cal., Daily Import give one mast of the vessel is visible above the in a few dsjs. The committee dtter- "am satisfied there i nQ medicine >

proposition the following resoluticta was a majority of case the farmers and laborers -. an account of the utablishment of a water 'Hie steamer Kinloch ha land.dat Southern President Screws, of "equal to it." 8',
introduced by Brother Qulce of Louisiana have the good wUl of the mir. Citizen Alliance, in that place and Gnvesend vita a. part of the crew of the Association, to call a i
and by th to the joint chant in their endeavor to briny about note the fact that it U an ally of the Jie sunken steamer which was the Dunnolme meeting of the association at Nashville ALL.A.Bor' Ke Tes..a Barr Baiocars'.'e riKK .
committee confederations'Wherw.Wshavealready these meaaure*.-Union City (Tenn. Farmer Alliance although including from Middlesborough to Rio not later than October. A t tbis meeting Ti.11 1L Oailr IBM,
adopted the t'AaaetemTial. far different das in its membership Janeiro. The Dunholme wa sunk at 9 the committee b to report 150,000 raised: O t'l-p hS. r.

report of the chalrm of the ... I o'clock in the moral.g, two minute aftera which will insure the erection of a uwn- w. '
board in part and whereas eueut"1 OJIOWTB OF TUB ALUABCE.More CJUcloM Jfrsaapr, (Okolona, Mist,) collision with the Kialoch. Seventeen ument, submit plans and specifications r vSsHood's .
did recommend that tale body authorize than 1,600 voters Join the Colored 1D a recent IM\M Iai.i:.> Polk and Living p. rwcs an misting from the Dunholme end to receive fail instruction. .. -

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DR/TALMAGE a Iflao bush the morning a shower. or oa, ,' '
: God I* no more In magnitude* than lie b Therehavet txwn many sea captain eon The ink first need probably was some

. t in minutiae It fishes IO&JH to weigh thmountains. vented in our charch and the peculiarity Electricity runs spindles. natural animal pigment, such as the black
lie ha balance delicate enoughto them wa that they were nearly all prayed fluid obtained from the various species of
THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUNDAY weigh the Infinitesimal. You can no nshoreby their mothers though the tuothertwent Sleeping car safes are new. cuttlefish, says Chambers' Journal, bat C
moreeee Him through the telescope than you into the dust soon after that went tb
I SERMON. can see Him through the microscope; no -. Have:you newr heard an old man in Americans are the greatest meateatol'l the limited supply of this material soon

i ------- more when you look up than when yoalookdown. delirium ot some sicknen: call for his mother led to the use of a mechanical mixture of
'++ I' Are not the hairs of your head aU The fact la we get so used to calling for her water, gum and lampblack, and the
:: SUBJECT.-"Gospel of the Weather." numbered And if Himalaya ha a God, : the first ten yean; ot our life we never get Chicago has the biggest lime kiln. characters were painted, rather than ;
: ." ,t" "Hath not the rain a f atherr I take this over it, and when she toes away from us It 1 die
t doctrine ot particular Providence and I makes deep sorrow you sometimes, per Biz thousand barrels of stone and lime written, by means of a broad-pointed
.t; < 'l'IaT !lath t rain a /otterJob thrust it into the very midst of your every- hop, in day of trouble and darkness. when teed As ink of this simple nature was
, j'< 4"' sxxviii., 28. day life. It God fathers a raindrop Is there the world would say, "You ought to be ableto are crushed In a day. easily removed from the surface of the
ti e$,, This Book of J'obbas been the subject of Anything so Insignificant in your attain that take care of yourself-you wake up from Kan. woman avoids parchment by the mere application of
:, -r:; :unbounded theological wrangle. Men have God will not father that your dream finding yourself laying '"Oh ( ) found to
"., vft '. made It the ring in which to display their When Drnyse gunsmith, invented the mother I mother Have them tears DO divine the expense of keeping a nurse girl by moisture, it was early necessary o'iliii It
, y jcclesiasttcal pugilism. Some ay that the needle gun, which decided the battle olSadowa origin? Why take all the wvm heart contrive some means of forming,a more
'*.i V-f Book ot Job is a true hlatory; others, that it wa It a more accident When a that ever beat In all lands and in all age, uniting her children out, after the durable ink, add for this purpose the expedient -

f I* an allegory; others, that it U an epic farmer'boy showed Blubber a short cut by and put them together and their united throb manner of cattle.A was adopted of treating the mixture
:i', poem! then., tbat it i*a drama. Some ay which he could bring his ermy up soon would be weak compared with the throb of substance such as vinegar On tht'movs' '
,, '/? that Job lived eighteen hundred year be- enough to decide Waterloo for England, wa God's eternal sympathy. Y**, God also i.- foundling asylum on Lexington with some ,
t' ," fore Christ, other car that be never lived at it a mere accident When Lord Byron tooka father of all that rain of repentance. of the nature of a mordant, which i -Liver, and Bowels, + '
JL Some say that the author of this book piece of money and tossed it up to decide Did yon ever see a rain of repentance? Da arenno, New York city, recently tonsured would penetrate the parchment written Stomac ''
1 WIll Job; other, David; others Solomon. whether or not he should be affianoed: to Mis you know what It is that make.a man re. two Chinese babies, who were upon and form an ink not liable to fade.A after Pleasant
,. Th*discussion ha*landed some in blank In- Mtllbank:, wa It a mere accident which aide pent I soe people going around trying to chemical consisting of an infusion have done their work
fidelity. Now. I have no trouble with the of the money wa up and which wa down repent They cannot repent. Do you knowno subsequently adopted by respectable dye, Pelct '
Book of Job or Revelation-th* two most I When the Christian army was hedged at man can repent until God help him to l .gallv with sulphate of iron, was healthy tooI'a .
mysterious books in the Bible-becaus*of a J JBasien and a drunken drummer came in at repent How do I know? By this passage families. 1 afterward used, as from its vitreous nature movet -
rule I adopted some year ago. midnight and rang the alarm bellnot, know- "Him bath God exalted to Wa: prlncwand: a that it I it bit into the medium employed, natural '
I wade down into a Scripture pmsg a* ing what he was doing, but waking up the Baviour to give repentano" Oh, it is a tre- An English army 'offtier' says but vegetable ink contain one ola 4v
long a* I can touch bottom and when I can host In time to fight their enemies that moment mtadous hour when one wake up and ayes has rained only twice in twenty-nine a compound arc not forced into actvty'
not then I wade out. I used to wade in nntil arriving, waadt wa accident? 'I alii a bad man. I bar not sloped against ing a good deal of carbon pigment was sink back .
\ )1 .it wa over my bead and then I got drowned. When in one of the Irish wan a starving 1 the law of the land, but I ham wastod-JnY: years in Aden, Syria, and then only subsequently adopted, and was very gen : one day, to ,

: I study passage of Scripture so long a. it mother, flying with her starving child, cane I life; God asked me for my ervloe and 1 enough to lay the dust "The last erally employed down to the middle ages. : worse state the next. They're 3 ;
Is a comfort and help to my soul, but when down and fainted on the rock in the night I haven't given those eervl .. Oh, my sips; With ink of this sort the best and most t .
it become perplexity and a spiritual up- and her hand fell on warm bottle of milk God forgive me." When that tear start it time it rained there wu thane yean boon cleansed and regulated--mild.
..' turning I quit. ID other word, we ought to did that lust happen sot God i*either in the thrill all heaven. An angel cannot keep his of ancient manuscripts which '
wade in up to our heart,but never wade In a/falnt( men or our religion worth nothing eye off it, and the church of God assemble ago, after twenty-six years preserved to us were written and the ly and quietly, without wrench '
until It i* over our head. No man should at all, and;yon had better take I' away around, and there la a commingling ot tears, drouth." separate leaves, after being allowed to ,One' l
ever expect to swim across this great ooeen from us, and instead ot this Bible, which and God I* the Father of the rain, the Lord, bound together in ing or till,.
.. of divine truth. X go down Into that ocean I teaches the doctrine, give us a secular book, long suffering, merciful and gracious. It is estimated that l\orso can pull dry slowly were and well sugar-coated Pellet is all that s' + :' '
a*Igo down Into the Atlantio Ocean at and let us, a*the famous Mr. Fox, the member In a religious assemblage a man arose and twice much macadam road as volumes. Pliny Vltruvius, as
East Hampton Long Island, Just far enoughto of parliament in his last hour, cry out aids "I have ben a very wicked man; I as on a u other writers, give (or the needed as a gentle laxative;,
repl "
bathe; then t come out. I never had any: "Read me the eighth book ot Virgil." \ broke my mother1. heart. I became an infidel on a drift road; three times as muchon IDufactu of inks. cathar.tic. ",
idea that with my weak hand and foot 1 Oh I my friends let n*rouse np to an appreciation but I have seen my evil way,and I have blocks three to four act a a
could strike my way clear over to Liverpool. of the fact that all the affair of surrendered my heart to God bus it li a a road pared with granite FOB Dvp pela Indlitteetfon Stomach the smallestr

I suppose_you understand your family our life are under a king': command and under grief that I never can<< get over that my as on a macadam road, and two and dlRren use Brown a Iron. Dltt. Tbe the Tey'r -
< genealogy. YOU know someting about your a father' watch. Alexander1::; warhorse Barents should never bare board ot my salvation 1. It rebuild the muscle, ceanl easiest: to takes .
parent your grandparents, your great- Bacephalu would allow anybody to ; I don't know whether they are living; one-fifth times as much over asphaltas did tonlo and etrengtbenl. the debilitated $
grandparent know where mount him when he wa unharnessed, but a* or dead."' While he was yet standing in the over granite. prD" Sick Headache, Bilious ,Headache -; ; ;
they where born, or were they died. Have loon a* they pat on that war hone Bucephalus audience a voice from the gallery laid. "Oh. A man'*opinion people U aa ranch a test ,
:you ever studied the parentage of the shower the saddle and trappings of the conqueror my son, my on I" He looked up and h*rec One's first impression on seeing an of his character a* people opinion of him. Constipation, Indigestion, '
"Hath not the rain a atherr This question he would allow no one but Alexanderto :: ognised her. It was his old mother. She and all de
i*not asked by poetaster or a scientist touch him. And if a soulless horse could bad been praying for him great many ostrich is that ho needs another prop afflicted with Mire ere use Dr. lawn Thompson'sEyewater.Drnggieta Bilious Attacks, ;

,but by the head of the universe. To hum- have so much pride in his-owner, shall not yean and when at the foot ot the cross the under him The is heightened HU ataflo per bottle. of the Liver, r
l l bla and to save Job God asks him fourteen( we immortals exult: in the fact that wa are prodigal ton and the praying mother embraced feeling Kum's ORlAt"mv rangements
'".i questions: ,About the world's architecture, owned;by a king "Hath the rain a father?" each other, there wa a rain, a tremendous when he goes to walk; and he himself >FITS!stopped RMTOFBH.free No br Fit DR. after first dav** Stomach at. d Bowels are, ,
... about the retraction of the sun's ray*, about Again subject teaches me that Gars rain of tears, and God was the ore. 1 trUlbottl '
,',.' the tides, about the mow crystal, about the dealing with a* are inexplicable. That wa Father of those tears. Oh that God would seems conscious that his centre of J*free. De.Kline 1 TaU St.l'hfa: Pa, promptly relurved and cured., *

{, lightnings and then lie arraign him with the original force of my text. The rain wa break us down with a 'sense of our sin and gravity is a long above ground, -
d 4 the Interrpgatlon of the text "Hath the rain a great mystery to the ancient They could then lift u* up with an appreciation\ of ills way
':.; + a f father not understand how tb&-water should get mercy. Tear over C 3 With the scientific wonders of the!! rain I into the cloud and getting there, how- it over-a greived spirit. Tears over an in his offiozIts :
to keep legs :
", ,nave nothing to do. A minister gets through should be suspended, or falling,why it should lured father. Oh, that God would move exercising great care ku
,,' : with. ,,. .';' three yean, and if he ha piety enough begets along and say there are two portion of air igicu emotion I VC ; ",
"" through with it in the first three of different temperature, and they are The king of Carthage wa dethroned. from whom Friday is de- f' *
,: ,, mouth A sermon has come to me to mean charged with moisture and the one portion nil[ 'people; rebelled against'iim. He wu ,' '
I ; one word of four letters, "help!" You all of air decrease in temperature to the water driven into banishment Hi wife and riyed: was either a god or a goddess, ? t ,

know that the rain is not an orphan. You may no longer be held in vapor, and It fall., children were outrageously abused. Year according to time and country. A s a <
I', know it ia not caat out of the gate ot heaven And they tell us that some -of the cloud went by, and the king of Carthage mad f "
.,,." *foundling. You would answer the quat- that;look to be only*large sea man' hand, many friends Ha gathered up a great man be was a groat hunter and war
Lion of my text in tbe affirmative. and to be almost quiet in the heaven, are army. He marched again toward Car rior with drawn v ,,w
always represented
Safely housed during the storm you hear treat mountains of mist four thousand feet thago. Reaching the gate of Carthage :
I ''.;,'I '" the rain it the window pane, from base to top, and that they rush mle a the best men of the place came out bar-1 sword in one hand and a bow in the
I .-,'. and you find searching all the crevices of minute.. tooted and bareheaded and with ropes '
the window ill. It first comes down in solitary But after all the brilliant experiment::; of around their necks crying for mercy. other. In tho Scandinavian countries
,; drops, pattering the dust, and then it Dr. Jaines Hutton, and Saussure and other They laid "We abused you and w* ,abused Frlgga was called tho "Venus of the + -
deluge*the field and angers the mountain your family, but we cry for mercy." The
scientists is infinite about
torrents, and make the traveler implore the rain.,, There lean an ocean of mystery the unfathomable king of Cartage looked down upon the North," and tho sixth day of the week r i
shelter You know that the rain i* not an in every raindrop, and God any today people from hi*chariot and said: "1 came was consecrated to her worship. .
accident of the world'*economy. You know as He said In the time ot Job, "It you to bless I ,didn't come to destroy. You
it was born ot the cloud. You know it was cannot understand one drop of rain dp not drove me out, but this day: I pronounce The Navajo Indians and soldiers at '
\ rocked in the cradle of the wind. You know be if with are inexplicable. pardon for all the people. Open the NJOYS
it was sung to sleep by the storm. You know surprised.'" why doe that you man, decrepit and let the army com The king Fort Defiance, Arizona J go out among 1 N
that It II a flying evangel from heaven to ctous sick aged world marched in and took the throne, and the Both the method and results when
the hills and find
,earth. Yon know it ia the gospel of the and the world sick of him, live on, while p8pl.shouted, "Lontr live the king T ant upon surface Syrup of Figs it taken; it f pleasantand To flu Indian Ttrritora vt hat* shipped'* "
.weather. You know that God I*it* father. here i* a man in mid life, consecrated to My friends, you have driven the Lord scores of gems in a rough state, refreshing to the taste, and acts good) many of our w..toh. I Is a1 fan\ tba';' A,.
It this be true then how wicked is Jesus Christ,, the of the church, the ont
our King away people
God hard working useful in thinl i.
about climatic every which they sell to jewelers and collector gently yet promptly on,the Kidneys the It and wherever .0 **
murmuring change The who die? Why doe that old gossip, gadding from your heart; you have been maltreating tee on wath ;
first eleven Sabbath after I entered the along the street about everybody's' business Him all these-years; but He come back to- Those are garnets and perl- Liver and Dowels, cleanses the system I J 1 maker mob a reputation for lt UJ; F, n
ministry it,stormed. Through the week it but her own,' have such good health, day. lie stand in front ot the gate of'your : effectually dispels colds headaches 1m oren,are the sure t folow.
was clear weather, but the Sabbath the will for HI dot. Job's tears and the th''Stn
on soul. ItJ'Ou only (
while the Christian mother, with a flock: of : pray ), among come from ,
,, and and
old country meetinghouse looked like Noah'* pardon lie will meet you with His gracious feer cures habitua W.th" the evl aid i_"
little ones about her whom shall preparing'or former of the finest spec. W8t, they are simplest,
are some
ark before it landed. A few drenched people usefulness and for, heaven-the mother spirit and He will say "Thy tin and thin constipation. Syrup of Figs f mea' '* w.th. In .market,atfoV J";-
at before drenched pastor; but most of who you think could not be spared an hour iniquities I will remember no more. Open mens in tho world. This peridot an only remedy of kind omld.rtnt before lowest NIc See the -
the farmer stayed at home and thanked 'romthat household-why d \IIIlhe lie down wide the gate-I will take the throne. My, produced bnlnl. _. 6tvel
God that what bad aft olive-green mineral which is largelycut to the taste'and acceptable '7 +,
was the church wa and die with a cancer? And then, pleasing .B. With is &J&G SI s
through thisoaudieencee
.. good forth crop I committed a good deal Why does that man, selfish to the cora :goon from the young and into gems. to the stomach, prompt in &
Ofsia in those day in denouncing thaweather adding fortune to fortune consuming from the old, there will be a rain ot tears, its action and truly beneficial ia
Ministers of the Go sometimes. and God will be the father of that raptChicago's It KING
fret about hot everything' on himself continue to prosper, The practice of burying the dead prepared only from the COTTON
stormy or Sabbaths, etot.
while that who has been giving ten
man, percent -
or Inclement Sabbath They forget the with the head toward the West is of and agreeable all Cotton I"
of all his income to God and the church, Ibtc It or your on
fact that the same God who ordained the into bankruptcy, Before we make Unique,Scheme. I excellent JONS$606.Ton
goes deep religious significance but it Is
Sabbath and m quaitel I
sent forth his ministers to an- ,
stark fool of ourselves, us top pressing ;
and it the
nounce salvation also ordained the weather. Unless negotiation which are now all out
Let impossible to where '
this everlasting "why. us worship say just mae ,
? $ BUT
"Bath the rain a father understand. Let but completed should fall through and popular remedy BI.
where we cannot a man ,
Merchant, also, with their stores filled take that one question, "Why?" and follow of that there i* very little prospect tom originated. It Is probably of Syrup of kow tale O J Ura* addrsa r
with new goods, and their clerk hanging I' far enough, and push It, and he will hind Christian origin. Tho rising of the Fg I OJ BrNOHAMTO"
will add to her and all
around Chicago soon commercial leading
the \ Y
,Idly counters commit the same In wretchedness and perdition. We want in t o\tel1y dr N.; ,. ; ; ,
trangrenion. There have been seasons when our theology fewer interrogation mark and enterprise one which will ttartle all sun in theEast, led many to believe gista. druggist 'I

the ruined whole spring and fall trade ha been The more exclamation point. Heaven ia the .reation. A syndicate has raised f 4- that Christ at 111. second coming may not have it on had will pro* Smith's f f
by protracted wet weather. "
merchant then examined:: the "weather j-ust.>laoe explanation.If cftnnot understand Earthlatheplace so minutea for 000,000 for the establishment of a rut would In the, East and that cure it promptly for any one who
you appear Worm Oil
probabilities" with more interest than they thing as a raindrop, how can expectto clearing house to be used by wholesale wishes to try It. Do not accept
read their Bible They watched for a understand God' dealings? you the merchants. The site selected, at the those who rose from tho graves would substitute. u '

patch of blue sky. They went complaining rain a father?" ntersectlea of Twelfth street and the face him when lIe appeared The For Worms
to the store and came conplaining home text makes think that the CALIFORNIA' FIG
Again, my me
again; In all that season of wet feet and Chicago River. The plan contemplates custom is however out of smut CD
rain ot tear is ot divine origin. Great tae
,dripping garment and impassable streets cloud,of trouble sometimes hover over us." the erection of 150 brick buildings, LOUISVILLE.SAM FRANCISCO NEW, r. IS A SAFE AND SUREREfE.I':I'I'I; )

the they rain seraonce". the question "Hath They are. black, and they are gorged, and each six stories high, all alike and all The discovery of .a tomb, near -' I'. 'ou Sold everywhere .

So agriculturist commit this sin. There tbey.... thunderous. They are more, por- enaected.. L. W. Yaggy, of Lake For.* Thebes, In which 'were the mummies ".
tentlous than Salvator or Claude ever .
is nothing Amore annoying than to have minted-cloud*poverty, or persecution eat, a Chicago suburb, conceived the of over 160 royal personages and DONALO'KENNEDY "RED EYE" TOB # !>
planted corn rot In the ground because oftoo Idea of this snrnious undertaking. In *
or breavement. They hover over us, and i U.U Amq
priests ought to add to tho !Ill ?Iw.eCjIFW ,
much moisture, or nay all ready for the they'get darker and blacker, and after these buildings wholesale merchants I materially H5 DAOH11. e.adtbe..l In '
mow,dashed of a shower or wheat almost awhile a tear iterte and we think by an world's knowledge of Egyptian history .tEA.for4ol4"KIUPtT.. : J
receive from all railroads
,ready for the sickle spoiled with the rust. may goods en. N,
extra:: erasure of the eyelid to stop it. Oth Of Roxbury Mass .JvA. .
How hard it is to bear the agricultural disappointment en follow,and after awhile there is a shower tering Chicago, store them in floors thinks the Ban Francisco Chronicle saysKennedy's

*. God ha infinite resource of tearful emotion. Yea, there U A rain rented for the purpose and reship themat which adds "The find twenty =
i just
but I do not think lie ha to make ,
capacity of tears "Hath that rain a father
From the North Pacific Rail CTIC' rt.swwO6LLroIf
weather to pleas all the farmer Sometime "Oh" you say. '..tear i* nothing but a years ago was of incalculable benefit .
it i* too bot, oIt Is too cold; it is too drop of limpid fluid secreted by the lachrymal road hare been leased thirty-two acres Medical .
wet or it i* too dry; it; i*too early, or it i* gland-It is only a sign of weak'eyes." for ninety-nine years.It for it established the truth of the Discoverycures Edees v. _" ,

too late. They forget that; the God who Great mistake. It Is one of the Lord' rich li understood that the promoters of Biblical account of the Pharaohs and Horrid Old Sores Deep- .
; promised seed time and harvest, summer and est benedictions to the world. There are I '
winter, cold and heat,also ordained all climatic people in Blackwell' Island insane asylum, the scheme are to receive $ ,000.000 ia of the oppression of the Israelites. Scated Ulcers of <
change There i* one question that lock for their services and that amount 40 years'standing
and at Utica and at all the asylum of this The
ought to be written on every barn, on every land, who were demented by the fact that has already been paid la cash. Of the present discovery can scarcely be Inward Tumors and i :

fence, on every haystack, ou"every farmhouse they could not cry at the right time. Said other $3,000,000 ca'pital stock, $2,000,. so rich as that, bat It may help to fill ,oe..n'.b.our j
"Hath the rlUJl.a father? of
a manlao in one our public institution Disease of the ;
If you only knew what a vast enterprise under a gospel sermon that started the tears' 000) has been subscribed, the principal some gaps in Egyptian history." every ex-

it is to provide appropriate weather for this "Do you see that tear that; is tha first I holden being wholesale merchants of Thunder Humor and
world we would not be so critical of the Lord. have wept for twelve years. I think it will Chicago. Railroad can will reach the I cept 7e..
Isaac Watts at ten years of age complainedthat lelp brain." Bobbing Uncle Sam. Cancer that has i
my various floors of the 150 buildings by taken root. al 80LnIE8 4 t
he did not like the hymns that were There are a great many In the grave who I Going through the mall sacks used PENHIOIH.n '. A.\v7 (
in the "Well "said his inclined tracks and the goods can thus [rC : ;
sung English chapel. could not stand any longer under the glacier I Price $1.50. Sold n. D. u. *Ouiui'kjiaror"PENSION ..
father "Isaac, Instead of your complaining trouble. If that glacier had only melted be unloaded direct from the cars where to be a tedious job for a road agent, by every f

about the hymns, go and make hymns that Into weeping they could have endured it. ever the consignee- secured space. and it didn't often pay for the time Druggist in the United States
are better." And be did go and make hymns There have been time in your life when you :
that were better. Now I say to you it you would have given the world, it you had possessed A circular railroad upon which small and wasted. Desldes it doubled the number and Canada !
do not like the weather get up a weathercompany it. for one tear. You could shriek, specially built cars will run will be usedto i
and have a president, and a secretary you could blaspheme, but you could not cry. remove the goods. The buildings of pursuers by setting all the A N. U. .... ". i

: and a treasurer, and a board of directors Have you never seen a man holding the hand will be perfect as to construction and United States marshals on the hunt
and million dollars of stock and who had been all the worldto
ten of a dead wife
thin provide weather that will suit us all. him? The temple* livid with excitement, very demand of business wilt be met. for the robber, and when caught it : FOR DIARRHEA .

Then U a man who has a weak head and b* the eye dry and frantic, no moisture on the The tbirty-twa acres leased has a landed him in the United States court ,
cannot stand the glare of the sun. You must upper or lower lid. You aw the* were quarter of a mile frontage on Twelfth pf Jr :
have cloud always hovering over him.I buite ot anger in the cloud, but no rain. To treet. This is alone and insured a heavy sentence. Never tnsJ }
like the sunshine; I caunot live without your Christian comfort, I Us said, "Don't frontage worth ,theless, a great deal of is"sentby ; I
plenty of sunlight, S3 you must always haveeuougb talk to me about: God; there Is no God or if 350,000 and the entire property Is con.* money DYSENTERY
: light for me. Two ships meet in there is I bate Uim don't talk to me about enratlvely estimated as being worth mall, and for the convenience of '. j

mid-Atlantic. The one is going to Southampton God;would Me have left me and the**motherless 1,500,000.. The Northern Pacific road agents and other tholves who 4 J&nd -
and the other i* coming to New children" a ,
York. Provide weather that, while it i* But a few hours or day* altar, coming bjirges nothing for the lease, expecting may desire to take tbe chances of .. '
abaft for one ship! it is not a head wind for serous some lead pencil that she owned in to be sufficiently remunerated by freight Stomach Trouble( f
the other. There U a farm that is dried up life or some letter* which she wrote wnn barges over its line. From a real estate being caught, Uncle Sam invented the *.

for the lack of rain, and there i*a pleasure be wa away from home,with an outcry that standpoint it Is the greatest transaction registered letter and its especial -
ont for a Held excursion.:: Provide appals, there bursts the fountain of tears
party weather going that will suit the dry farm and and u the sunlight of Gods .consolation In the.history of Chicago. The corn.pany pouch. No other reason for the in. I IT IS A SURE CU RE. :

the pleasure excursion. No. sirs, I will not I strikes that fountain of tears you And out has not been incorporated and the vention of the registered letter :
take one dollar of stock in your weather that it is a tender-hearted merciful, pitiful lame of those ia the syndicate are yet systemcan <'

company. There i* only one Being; in the I and all compassionate God" who wee the kept secret. H, I. Cobb is the architect be imagined. A registered letter nut BUT-Tnnro rom I ,
universe who knows enough to provide the Father of that rain. "Oh, yon ay, "it is
right kind of weather for this world. "Uath absurd to think that God going to watch employed by the syndicate and General is not insured, and Uncle Sam will not OcKLB1 TEETHiND CHILDR LV.o ,

.' the rain a atherr\ I I. over tear" No. my friend There are 800y Smith U to be the chief engineer. pay for it if It Is lost or stolen. The _., _
My text also nicest* Go-i's mlnuti roper three or four kind of them that God counts. It is that the will be t
r. .. expected building registered mall Is Ask rour' -I
there Into
viial. You see the divine Bonshin in every bottle and eternne Pint all put a little ; far
drop of rain. Th ;jewel of the shower are parental tears and there are more of theM completed In about a year.-St. LuuRepublic. pouch, which Is put inside the ordinary It, and tke b.tltut.
'{ not dung away by spendthrift who knows I than any other kind because the most of dead I ie.a ',
rl not how many h* throws or where they fall. the race die in infancy, and that keep parel1"lIIOW'D mall sack. When the road agent p anal vhal U loath.odoe tag
They ar all shining prince of heaven. D all ar'IUDJ the world. They I Uxht to Tell tie Time. I .sotttstims,
gets hold of a mail sack he thought not goal writs '
># They all have eternal lineage. They I never get over it. They may live to shout ripe it open When, however, method of and twrmaBmtor*fo t o al a '
tai: arall the children\ of a king. -Hath the I and slug afterward, but there U always a Some English electr1clana'bays Intro. either by running his knife aroundthe knife o been ate, af trial to.e f 4CPERMANENTLY
at.rhhas ,
. rant a t.thfll"Well.. then. I say I if Go I : corridor in the soul that i* silent, though Is need an electric light apparatus for sack the a .0 tboroegalyr tested t .
ie tikes. notice of every minute raindrop H* t t f once resounded. nominating the face of a watck at any'hour near bottom and thus cutting made'paW lo'toatL

.1, will take notice ot the most insignificant I''i My parents never mention the death of a of the night. It is mad. of small the bottom off at one sweep or -
affair of my lif. It is the astronomical I I child who did fifty yean before without a e .
,V view of things that bothers ma. l tremor in thToic*and alien, ob, how deep divided cue, with a minute Incandescent by making two slashes eriss-cross In a dtd.u4.aow'sorYsgetabi.CetoeCurs! lathegreatssttriamghoftea.ga. Ito

f.: We look up into the nizbl heaven and fetched! U wa better the sbooU di*. It wa lamp and reflector fixed Ia the r nand one side of the sack. Thanks to r es s or der tun Send b book eoataining cuttlogioeblo.tall partLeein ,
way "World! worlds. and bow insignificant 1 a mercy the should di*. Bh: would haTe made hollow, so that the watch nay tt tfaumoolrla s'sssy'y, and other
: We stand the foot of invalid. But cannot argue Uncle Sam's kind consideration m
we feel I at been a lifelong you andforesight I
be laid inside the and Uon.Or.ABBOTTM.MISONChatha CUR
Mont and How often you hear cud upon pressing IY '
Mount Washington or Blanc we I away a parent' grief. he'Iia't .
Then small tud the face of the p-WIged to ransack ,
feel that we are only insect, and then weay the moan: h.mychaimychUdr' watch It .
ourselves*. '?bough the world 1* so there ar the filial tear Linl children ooo brilliantly illuminated. a.thousand Biters', blR.4pd+ ,,; all thevalq.blo.piail'sdrted 'jfJ'1 JUWEIYOK C4T41UW. Lased
large L the UK i* on. million four hundred get over the JQIII of parwte. !They ar easily The electricity ia supplied''by small ( t'j.r id 1..11" curt u ad4dp w. t
: a out for him Cold :I r rI
t1waaw times larger." '"Oh r we a'. "it diverted with s nw toy. Bo wW*i* theman and U b
'II i*ao use, if God wfaWs that great machinery that ha com to thirty or forty or fifty dry battery, which may bevaiuched ta. neatlftHoBtapfa aa easily: portable
through immensity li. wilt not taU the Tears of age, who can think of tb* oU p*>>- any part of the bed or ia any part of tae ikIt
troop to look down at ma.* Infidel coocfaiston. p1.withoulba.th g aU the fountain at his room and connected with tbe: watabeaMbyafUxlblscoriL poach, which be takes along to open D"1\ I

Saturn Mercury and Jupiter are stirred up? You may have had to take I -C sciaa.tt $ his leisure In the bruab.-Y.
ao more I'OWIded and weighed and swung by car of her a good; many years. tot you etfulrwi I I"[ ilI 1Mnfarato wb II a
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County Commissioners' Meeting.r deett.... .... .'. ,... ... .. .. .. !.6( OLO'JEING: : : !
John J. LaRoche I C'-2
for election tea
clerk, 1'i' OY., 1800. .. .... .. .. 1.21 iii 06 I .8
TITCSVILT.E, Fl."., July 6th, 1891. No. 12. The examination of the County :;f. Q wet .>- tTj' s: SaOES: SEOeJS:: !

Assessor's books was then continued, (II ? +,
The Board of County Pair Guaranteed.
"- Every
.convened, by call of the Clerk of the and completed. All values were su,- l:: p 'M !:IfjI L t4 =a n,
.Board of Commissioners., Members tallied, and the Board complimented the :1 .0 tojI m Stock most complete, and prices most reasonable for quality of It'oodll. .Al,n <
of the County Hoard present: Robert Morrow Assessor on the thorough manner In I;' i' .. 1-1 tj.. r -3 complete line of HOSIERY, GENTS' )'URNISIILNG GOODS

C. E. ChalTee, C. J. Hector, A. Brady which the work WAS done. o i .. L. I 'A >- : -. + o HATS AND O OPS. + +
and \ H. Sharp, with A. A. Stew. !\o. 13. On motion, It Is ordered thatE. i tr.I: :: ... CDS
'art, Clerk of the Board, and John Wal- W. Hall, Oeo. W.W. Holmes and Wm; ; 52 w t .y Come and see the latest style In DERBTS and CRUSH HATS.
ler Sheriff Miller be appointed as freeholders, to I
Deputy ; : S 0 Cts
The following business was transacted, view and mark out a road, to run westward h V W. l"'J.og5 o y 20 Per Cent. off Straw Hats .
to-wits: along a line of Tps. 23 and 24, iv' i
The Hoard organized by' electing Robert from a point Intersecting; to E. line of g 0 Obw : : r! To Close them Out.

Morrow, Chairman of the Board, for the S. W. i of S. F.. of Sec 81, Tp. 23, a, c. 't i _-_-
the next two years. The minutes of the S. It. 86 E.5; thence northward: 650 yards; tI: : .en .M :;0 p :: S. '
last meeting were read and approved. thence westward, along the land line of >- r; -s.r; =a a FURNISHING ETC
Order No. 1. On motion, it Is ordered'that I. B. DenIson and O. W. Holmes to the jItD hI

in the case of Ed. Tuten, lunatic, TItusville and Rockledge road, the said ( ( c (1Je RoU ;:
the amount of twenty-five dollars be appropriated freeholders to report to this board at i r+ '. S "More Value for a $ than Any Other House in the State,"
for one month, to be paid to their next meeting, In August, 1891. a'aj 09c.i
the Sheriff, for said Tuten's support No. 14. On motion, it Is ordered thatno 1:1 Z co: fI .O.. 'I:1(114 ;'
( 0 >- J. P. TURNER
The County Treasurer presented to the assessment be made for special taxes I" >- ;] ---- IS.;;; C'-2. & COGroceries
Board his quarterly: report and schedule for public roads and that the said roadsbe :r rr 0 0'S = Z .'w o.J
and also the worked by laior, as the law directs. X
of county warrants, war. I {} .sn 51 f
l'Imul1aylnlf Wn paid and presented for i No. 13. On motion, It Is ordered that 00 A xe j H E. L. ::se :c
cancellation. The report was examinedand the claim of TItusville, as made by their 2' to >- '-' 50: ,
found correct. Schedule of war- committee, B. R. Wilson and W. S. Graham E: lrJ p3 t'11 CD
rants paid and turned over to Co. Com be deferred until nxt meeting, In .. (II o-en / Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.
August, 1801. H:: CD '" ..
for July .
missioners quarter ending
'1:1", = H e+ c::> :; / gt ,
BrevardCounty On motion It IK ordered that Robert
1801, by, amounting S. II. Ray, Treasurer to $1,03.3.22.Road : of. Morrow and, A. Brady be appointed a a 'e .p. Om : = :3. = I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

Fund W4, Apr. 7th,. 1801, Henry committee to have shade trees planted m 8 ". l !d b2 .sn ;. = Staple Ac Fancy Groceries, Fruit
Holmes, $45.00. The Chairman appointed oi the grounds around the Courthouse. CDeo ? +
C. J. Hector and A. Brady, a On motion, the Board of County Commissioners r; BMna tId: e. CD And Food Products
committee to burn the above described as a body, visited the jail and ::d". aN -I l"'J i Of All KInd Also My Stock of'

county warrants. The committee re grounds, for Inspection, to ascertain C, ;.= 0 ? I
1. op Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal
ported the same burned, and were dis what repairs are necessary, If any. t CD""" kJ Men Hay, ,
charged.No. No. 18. On motion It is ordered that FJ fd :;0 Ground Food and Wheat.I .
3. On motion, it Is ordered that W. H. Share and A. Brady, a committee .I "-
am i the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above line of
:Minor S. Jones, T. J. Cockshutt and F. of two, lie appointed to obtain plans, '
Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
estimates and for the cost .
A. Chappcll be appointed committee specifications I "
patronage. Very truly
of a new jail, or for the repair of the your
of three disinterested freeholders, to '
view and mark out the route for a road present one, so as to make it more safe BREVARD COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, PresIdent. i E. L. :an..A.DY.. _

from LaGrange to Tltnsvllle, and that and comfol table. ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary.INDIAN .
the said committee report at the August No. 10. On motion, It Is ordered that GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S; GRAHAM,

meeting, 1801. the Chairman, Robert Morrow, be addedto STATE BANK RIVER Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.
On motion, It Is ordered that a committee the above committee. The Board Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.
of three freeholders, as follows: tlvcn adjourned until the first :Monday ,

John H. Suns, S. D. Geiger and Amos August, 1801.
Lapham, be appointed to view and mark July Oth, 1801. COCOA FLORIDA REAL ESTATE Robbins ,& Graham
out the best location fur a public rood The Board of County Commissioners, ,
from a point beginning on the subdivision In a call meeting, pursuant to a call by Incorporated 1880.CAPITAL .
line of lots 1 and 2!, and ending on Robert Morrow, Chairman, who called EXCHANGE
the sub-division butweon lots 8 and the Board to meet, for the purpose of : LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE. :

4, the same living the E. t of S. W. J of levying a special tax for public road and Pnitl Up 23000. :
fieo. 13, T. 24, S. of. It. 8(1( F.. Said committee bridge fund, the board }having been misled
to report to this Board at their by a misprinted copy of the road Authorized, $100OOO. COCOA, Indian River, We have For Sale a Large List of Carefully Selected Indian
>meeting; in August, 1801./ law, at Its hut meeting. Members pres- -
The Board adjourned until next mornIng ent, Robert Morrow, Chairman, C. E. ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. -
at 0 a. m. Chaffee and A. Brady, with A. A. Stewart to Loan at Lowest Rates. Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and River Properties. :
July 7th, 1801. Clerk, and John Waller, Deputy Honey '
The Board convened! pursuant to ad- Sheriff. DIRECTORS: Exchanged. Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Line

ournment. Members present, RoberlMorrow No. 1. On motion, it is ordered that G. S. HARDKK!: President Canal and Transportation Co.
Chairman, C. E. Chaffce, A. order 14, of July 8th, 1801, which reads JAMES HOLMES, YlcePresldent.R. All Inquiries will be promptlyand
Brady, & J. Hector, and W. II. Sharpe; as follows: That no assessments be made B. HOLMES, Cashier. reliably answered. Fire Insurance CANAL LAN'"DS.Florida .
with A. A. Stewart, Clerk, and John for special tax for publlo roads, and that ALBERT A. TAYLOR, J. M. SANDERS' written in standard companies at lowest Southern Railway Jacksonville! Tampa & Key West Railway Company
"Waller, Deputy Sheriff. the said roads be worked by labor, as J. F. WooTEir. rates. Lands Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,
No. 6. Un motion, It is ordered that the law directs; be and the same Is here and other Low Priced Lands.

the five Commlll \ '. Districts, as laid by rescinded. Money to XioaxxAJucrtiyjs Eland.:
off and recorded, are hereby constitutedthe No. 2. On motion, it is ordered that ozxAt ::
live road districts of the county.No. order No. 10 of the meeting of July 8th, Ten and Twelve per cent, in turns to tuit.

0. On motion, It Is ordered, thai 1801, prescribing the mlllage to be assessed Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.

1*. M. Young be placed on the pauper for 1801, be rescinded The Clyde Steamship Co. Address, p. o. box IPS, Titisvillet Fla.EDTi141' .
list, at 13 per month. No. 3. On motion, It is ordered that
No. 7. On motion, It Is ordered that the following millage be assessed by the
the services of Richard A. Konkllng, u County Assessor, for taxes for the year A..I D S"rILIN'G.Cocoa .

ferryman across Turkey Creek, be Otis' 1801, to-wit: .
Indian River Florida
Continued. General, Fund, four milk. ,
No. 8. On motion, It 1s ordered that Building Fund, one mill. Dealer .
.A. J. Carter, .Jno. W. Huntington and Sinking Fund, one mill.
.A. 8. Dickinson be appointed as freeholders Health Board, one-half mill. PAINTS HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE & AGATEWARE
to view and mark the best Ideation School Fund, four mills ,
for a road from the 147th mile post Public Road and Bridges Fund, one PLUMBERS' 4 MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS 4 PUTTY, TABLE
on the J., T. .t K. W. Ry., to point on and one-half mills. .t, POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING
the Indian River passing through the v The Board adjourned. & WIRE CLOTH.

north quarter of the Garwln grant, and DOORS: SA.SE, :J.aJJ\TXS:: : :aEl.XOK.: ,
report to this Board at.-their next meet Cholera Infantum has lost Its terrors v Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.
Ing In 1801.
since the introduction Chamberlain'sColic Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Goods Gauze
N W.,II. Sharpe be appointed a committeeof Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.. Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
that is used and the treatment
When remedy ,
one to ascertain the cost of publishing ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
as directed with each bottle, Is New York Charleston and Florida Lines.The
a county pamphlet, to ,cooperatewith Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement andChimney
followed, a cure Is certain. Mr. A. W.
committee Pjpe; Flags 4 Bunting;
a of the Indian River
Orange Growers1 Association, on revision Walter, a prominent merchant at Wal- Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., eta
and report to this board in August, tersburg, III., says "It cured my baby magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondence
of cholera Infantum after
solicited and estimates furnished promptly.WHOLESALE.
1801. other remedies lad failed. The child to sail as follows :
The Assessor's tax roU was then taken was so low that he seemed almost beyond (STASDARO TIKI.)
up by the Board, to equalize; the equal- aid hands reach of New From JacksonTllIe.1'lurlda. ,
the of human or any from York :r O. LE GE: :l'T
Icing was continued and the Board adJourned medicine." 26 and 60 cent bottles for (her 211, a.: R.) STEAMER ,
until next morning at 9 o'clock. sale by DIxon & Gray. 215 Friday June 28th. at 3 P. M."rROgUOl8.Thur.day, July 24. at 1.00P.M.
8th 1801. Monday Jnne guth orb t, 2."AU40NUIN.Sunday. 6th, at 8.00 P.2.
July Wednesday, July let,at 3 P. JI."CHKROKJol:,".......Tuesday, July 7th, at 6.30 A.M.at .
The Board convened pursuant to adournmont. Friday July 3rd at 3 1'.*......"YKMABSEE.".......Thursday, July eth, 6.30 A... GROCER
] Members present, Robert- On Advertising. Monday July 6th,at a r. ......."8EM1MLK",.......Sunday, July 12th, at 9.30 A... ,
Morrow, Chairman, C. E. Chaffee, A. Wednesday, July Sth, alb p. ........IROtllTOISL..Tu..day. July Nth at 10.00 A.M.
Friday, July loth, at 9 p. ...... .AU ) QUIN.Tburatli&y, July 16th, at 11.00 A.M.
Brady, C. J. Hector and W. II. Sharpe, There was a man In town Monday July 13th,at S P. ......"CHEROKEE.1........Sunday, July Ittth, at 2.00 P.M.
with A. A. Stewart, Clerk, and John And he was wondrous wise, Wednesday, July 15th, at 3 P. ....."YE6tAiEIti"........Tuesday, July 21st at 8 JO P.M.Friday Flour Tobacco and Fancy Butter Specialties
Waller, Deputy Sheriff.No. For whan he marked his price down July 17th,at 3 P. M..... SEMINOLE.Thursday, July 23rd, at 5JO s..2.Monday ,
H. then did advsrtlM. July aoth, at 3 P. ......."IROgUOlS,"..."....Sunday, July 26th, at 8.00 A...
10. On motion, It Is ordered that Wednesday, July ZMl, at 3 p. ...,..."ALOONUUIX "......Tuesday, July 2th! at 10.00 A.M.
the following millage be assessed for And when h. saw his trade Increase, Friday July *Uh,at 3 p. ......'.CHEROKEK1! ........Thursday, July Seth at 11.M 1
JS01, as follows: With all his might and main Monday, July I7tb,ct 3 P. .......'.YEMASSEK,1'! ( ........Sunday, Aug. :Id, at SM A.I&.I S.A.N'F"OR.D: .
H* marked still lower every priceAnd Wednesday, Zitth,at 3 P. ......"8EM1NOLE.".........Tuesday. Aug. 4th.8th, at 3.00 P.M. ,
General Fund Fund four mills. adrenlsed again. Friday, July 31st, at 3 P. .......11UHIUU1S*........Thursday Aug. atJuly B.OO A.M.
Rulldlng one milL And when h* advertised again

:SInkIng Health Board Fund,Fund one mill, one-half milL Toes His rivals folks. .fro with might and tore.and main St. Johns river Line. BUTTER & CHEESE in Cold Storage.The .

To patronls his store.
School Fund, five mills. ML-m j j

N n. 11. Ou motion it is ordered that And And while saw they him custom sat In solitude win For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on Only Cold Storage In South Florida. Correspondence respectfully
the following bills be audited and or- That man behind the counter stood
dered paid: And raked the shekel* in. the St. Johns River. solicited.

J, J, LaRoche and J. H.Same, for And when he raked the shekels In
material for building bridge, And saw his fortune rising 'EVERGLADE'
from road fund.. .. .. .... .... 10.29J. He took a goodly lot of"tinAnd Steamer CONTRACTS TOBACCOS SOAPS & PEARLINE.
J. LaRoche building bridge I kept on advertising. Leave Jacksonville for Sanford, Sundays Tuesdays and Thursdays,at 3.30 p.M. Return- ,
from rood fund.... .... .... .. 4.00 Each day a generous sum he'd sink log,leaves Banford Mondays,Wednesdays and#rtdays,at 10 A.M. 29my-3mo
T. J. Cockshutt Health Board.. 8.10 And demonstrate full plain
The more one for printer"* Ink Steamer ATSIvJLKJL"Leaves
1[. J. Brown feeding prisoners.,. 11.15 ; The greater I* UM gain.
H 8. Jones .. .. 108.40 JacksoBTllle for Buford Mondays and Fridays, at 8 JO P.JL Returning, leaves
County Judge. GEO.
For the best cheapest and most fashionable Sanford Sundays and Wednesdays,at T.OO A.M. LESTER & CO.
A. A. Stewart Clerk of Board... 20.70J.
boots shoes, hats and clothing I"0 J. p. Turner
The above steamers are fitted with first-class accommodation for and the
E. Bowman Sheriff.... ... ... W.OO tit Ok, the weU-kuowo"r*.ple>.Baiaar." table will be supplied with best la up market. passengers
JJlec. Light Co., lights in Clerk's .
office for three months... .. ... 5.73 Sebastian.We General Passenger and Ticket Off lce,88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. RECEIVERS OF

J. T. Sanders, Co. Solicitor... .. 134.67 JI'. M. IRONMONGER Jr. Florida Passenger Agent IS West Bay St.,Jacksonville,TIe
W. 1C Sanders, Assessors for ex- W. V. EN FAT 11rsveUng PweugerAgent,>Bowline Green, New York,
tra service.,..... .... .... .... 250.00 J. 0. PELUT, I'relltbAgent,on wharf, foot Hogan Street Jacksonville, Fla.
are looking for a big boom here, 8U'1111t .
JOHN L. ROW A ltD. Florida Freight Agent, foot Laura ,Jacksonville. J1a.oJ. ORANGES LEMONS BANANAS
R. A* Conkling, ferrymaa on Turkey with sugar works on Sebastian River, in A.LESLIE: !: Superintendent, foot Laura Street Jacksonville,)1a.
Creek road fund.... It... 23.00: the near future. THEo.O.KOKK.: Traffle Manager 6 Howling Green, New York. ,
A. A. Stewart for books and MAJUlIl LL U. CLYDE...... .Tramp Manager,6 Bowling Utica,New York. ,

blanks, building fund... ..... 17.80 Work is now in progreu on the inlet
Bennie Brown Janltress, two opposite Col. D. P. Gibson's, and we WM. P. CLYDE & CO., GenM Agents., AND G.A.PES: ,

months, at 10.00....... ...... 20.00 hope to see it open soon. 1* ,....ta Wnanre.PbUd.lpkhs. B Bowling Green New YerkoINDIAN
8. n. Ray Co. Treasurer.... .... 158.58 A public hall will soon be built We
U. R. Wilson, medical attendanceon of Sebastian are determined to 264 Washington Street Her York.We

prisoners. In jail.... .... ..,. 10.00A. come forward and join our sister towns, .
J. Carter Deputy Sheriff..... 37.40 to develop our glorious Indian River. : : : RIVER: : IOTELI: .,
blanks printed... .... ........ 2.50 If the owners of the BaIrd land, south Issue .a WEEKLY PRICE LIST and shall be pleased to forward it to you
John Qulncy, Special Deputy of the Sebastian postoffice would divideIt TITUSVILLE on receipt of a postal card.
Sheriff........;.? ... .... .. .. 49.10 up in five and ten acre lots they would Stencils
SUbt Morrow on. account of Deputy find purchasers. Sine the writer's residence Indian River Famished on application.

Sherlir.... ........ ...... 7.W here, we know all of It could have Reference:. Wholesale Fruit Trade of the country
Joe Blake for work for county.. 1.75 been sold to actual.settlers. Fla. JolylT-ano

Wary Futch, 3 months as pauper, 8.00 Sebastian claims to have.a boat only -
.. 4s.
Charity "." "t* tt ft M 11.00 fifteen feet long, that Is the champion of RICHARD W. GOODE. JAMES T HOGO.
)Mary Morgan u 8.00 the river. She will run against anything .: L M. MABBETTE
A. J" Henderson 18.00 of her class on the river She
MTm. u Florida Real
Anderson 10.00 Estate
L. EaufaUa U' a 8.00 was built by Capt. Leon Vann. We PBOPB. Exchange
hope) some of TitusvUla's yachts will viseit ,
u M .
Svr Smith/ 10.00 our next FJ.-'*
regatta. *
.'. M:. Young month 8.00 < Open All The Year MELBOURNE
K. L. Brady, on account of P. M. HAMBVBO. > / > M S:|#' > >4: : Brevard Co., FLA

Ju pauper.... .... .... .... 8.00 Delseen few PROPERTIES OF ALL KINDS
Prltchard, for Interest onOu&E August run any Only a minutes' BOUGHT SOLD A; EXCHANGED.

warrants.SJF .. .... .... ...... oaoo boy of his age. In. TItusville. We noticed :;I ' $ $ walk from Railway depot TAXES PAID FOB NOIT-BESIDEST3.
Chaffee.. Co Commissioner 28.80 some of his running qualities oa (A Wiiiil PI i|: Iriiriri and Steamboat landings CONTRACTS: TAKEN FOR SETTING OUT ORANGE GROVES AND
U0Bobbins, oa aoooaat of Wednesday,when racing with other boys, PINEAPPLE
tax deed.................. 4.00 for a prise given by Marshal Circle. August On the banka of the Indian Riser Landa PLANTATIONS.:
John Walter, OB account of tax wai fin In, every time; far-fame4lndlan River oak would do well to correspond a .peclalty.with Parties net wishing to bu". or ltariag lands.. tot

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