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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 24, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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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rrrcsviLLK rosTorriCK DIRECTORY -Keep your eye on F.,C. Allen's new -Mr, J. A. Robbinson of City Point, -Mr. Tort Mitchell Is in town to-day. '.- '-Mr( F. C.. Allen;Georgiana was In per \lately In reference :to' fcml r dl"gom + '
and the different remedies anggeate,
advertisement, on page 5. has been spending a few days in town. town today .. '
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ORJtEBTL bKLIVEBTti -Theo you feel Inclined to; buy. any f -.The Ladies', Aid Society of the but among the large number haM.ot. I

open from g a, m. nntll except: dar -Mr. C. E. Chaffee of Ankona, is In Service'at the Episcopal church on kind if'WM1ing:: apparel.Just call I In at Methodist Church, Titusvillo, will g"'ean' as yet noticed the one I accidentally dhtI
ing the distribution of mall"ant 80nlla'lfront covered and have used for aome.tlme. .
on town today Sunday. Rev. B. F. Brown will officiate.Mr. ebtcrtalnm #t, consisting of ,mimic, ,
8 to a a. m.when train or steamer Is late on the Basaat and obtain bargains. eta Friday I have a wind mill on my place, jrhloht l ,
tableauxongs recitation
,, Saturday evening -The ladles of Mime and LaGrangewill II. Q. Hawley now 'in Shoot- -Mrs. ,F. P. Ilaaaier, of .Averill, J jeft evening: next,: July Slat,,' at' ZilasonloHall. use to Irrigate my grove and when :I ''

open from MOXKY 8 a. m.ORDKB Until 4 OFTTOKb m. give a "Crazy Party" next Friday Ing Creek, N. C., manager ,of a mining here; this morning, for Jacksonville, on We presume :Mrs. Ender as!usual, find a tree that Is affected with foot rot, rY
p. and attach U to the
evening in the school-room at M mll. is one of tlie leading light in this charitable I get my hoax : ptpe-
\ company. her north.Dn : .
way the
KEQIftTKRKD LETTER will connected with the tank and wash
and it
entertainment we hope
Are delivered from 8 a. m. until 8 p. m. -Rev. A. D. Cohen who has been Broad is the "staff of life." Altree'a :::Screven's. drug store Is now be well patronized our townspeopleno diseased pArts thoroughly with .par" ', '. ,

ARRIVAL OP MAIL. preaching at Osteen, returned. ,to town yeast cake; never falls to make It. Ask managed by Mr. Blakely, of Osteen, during matter what creed they belong to. water. Before turning on the water ,1\

From the North-*:do! p. m. Wednesday evening.The for them. 232 remove) the earth from the trunk wad,
your grocer: ,thector's absence at Miami. .
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From the Sooth 7 to 12 p. m.' v, i!*! Iny On aiocDuff, and :Etc. crown roots of the tree. Before I dl- + ,
New York Laundry; south of Senator Matt. Quay announces his -Do yott want bargains in .land If covered this remedy, I lost some fine, ', ;

North-bound-clones DKPABTUItB.at 8J< .. m. Indian River Hotel, which started business intention of retiring from the chairmanship yon dbsfcftd; Robbing & Graham's list It will be seen t>y reference to our editorial largo tree, but since.that time and :I r .' i i
that felt called to
last week, is now receiving a fair of the page we upon have tried the "water cure" for several v4
'Committee. .
8outb.boonda.'m. Republican! National
'land Inside of
of the
share of public .. bargains, page defend ourselves against the crushing years I have not lost a single tree, ,bat '
patronage.Mrs.
;, R. C. SORtHOKOPR: til paper, It.. !. criticisms the Mehopol. made, upon our have completely cured and restored Mme '' '

May J, 1891. l'o tmuter. Tyler and family have! removed ...Stop at the Travelers Hotel when you. I' -Englneer: W.E. Fish who engineeredthe remarks in a recent )Issue, III' regard to badly diseased tree. Two or three

From the cottage south of the Indian to Jacksonville under the the rumor that a receiver was to be. appointed washings will, Lthlnk cure tho disease t tAra
go ; manage- steam' ,Oanavcrftl )last winter, i* now for the J., T. A K. W. fly naw 'not'IC1IEn.' :
Range of TemperatureIn River Hotel, and are now residing in the I ment of Burton K. : ? i
Bam. See advt.
on employed? >y the Harvard Boat Club who Since writing: our editorial, we notice the : ----- "
Tltnivllle house recently vacated by Capt. Rice* 3rd -tf I' subject has been referred to by the al
page. will, probably, send a team .to England The grove of Mr. Preacher la on ,phis
For the week, ending last night, July -Moonlight bathing by the residentsof -The ground belonging to the Atlantic In September, to race the Oxford crow. I Star, and Bro. Wager the (bless his. innocentheart laud, and la known as one of the mot ll f ,

23, 1891, as compared with that of the South Titusville seem to be in order, Coast ice Fish A lea ) has taken statement of Mr. thrifty and profitable pine land 'properties ) << '
Oyster ; Canning -The cream corner of the dance Parrott a. to the credit of his road being In this section. The method ftdopt- ':,
corresponding week In 1800. Recordedat and the plucky manner in which the Company is being, cleared for :- "as good as In existence etc.," x'
ready last night,did a regular land office busi any ed by the writer of the above.paragraph .
the U: S..Weather Bureau:office, Tltusville. ladles tackled the water on Wednesday building operations.Mr. ness. This department .was ably managed as gospel.We have no desire to continue Is to dig the earth away from around we; ..

evening was surprising.. dlicusulon on .the subject.- but wish roots of the affected trop; :enflxbrinRt'';;:
and Mrs. Mabbette have been Mrs. Prltohitrd iri the Interest ,
on by
to say that If our brethren of the Jacksonville "
stream of water In direct "
; :,contact.
1890 JULY. 1891. strong ,
-For sale lands Indian and St. '
i. on a trip to Lake Worth this week; having of the Lees Gnlld ,of St. Gabriel's press, our contemporary, pr Mr. with them for a few'mlnuto s"Ooud to n' ,j '}
Day Max. Min. Max. Mln Lucie rivers. All choice selections, for Parrott attempt to sit down on us In tho f
17 74 60 started on Monday. They are expected Church. peat tho operation several time! at.1.- i i. ,
18 75 64 8772 pineapples lemons, truck and bananas. back Sunday.In rough-shod manner In which the Met top- torvala 6f every three week -Ttie'goOd :y,
19 .87 74 On terms to suit. Address Frank -Indian llIver.Hotol.. For the next otis ha* attempted, wo shall make an effort results) obtained may be duo:entirely to?"
77 63
80 73 of the steamer Ancient throe months to pull ourselves together and ventilate '
1st I
consequence -commencing .
20 82 68 8(1( 73 Forstor Orchid, Fla. 14* July heskation the washing, and yet It I ILl a oaestlonf
21 70 60 81 74 City being on the Eau Gallle.ways the terms for board,and room, for. Indian the subject without by whether the mere removal)< of thesou, "
-Mr. and Mrs. Hasldns who have giving a few facts In regard to the financial from around the root without, the, '
22 70 ,48. 84 72 undergoing! repairs the steamer1' J..W.; River, residents and county people ,,
status of the J. T. & K. W.
been t at the Indian River Hotel system. would not be a uf-, ty
application
23 74 60, 85 78 boarding Sweeney will leave Now Smyrna to-day wni be $1.60 I. M. Mabbette.I aqueous
per day We shall not be unjust, however and fiolont remedy InSlteelf. We have IB
For seven consecutive clays, beginning for some time past, have rented rooms to take her,,place. I proprietor.. r, 214Mr. would prefer not to mention. the matter mind story we heard during our childhood ( Ml ,

the 14th, the mean temperature was exactly In the Wager building, South Titusville -Mr. 'and Mrs. Iorrl11ard. who'bay A! A. Stewart, who has been on again. ______-v of the ownqi; of a worn .ou&,apJlla h
80 degrees as recorded at the where they will commence housekeeping.We been orchard, who dreamed' that there*was nl i
at Goor lana for
residing some his place below Coquina, returned to The Epidemic i
Weather Bureau bag of gold buried at the !root of one X "
office. are requested to that J. P.
say time past, came up to town, in their town Wednesday Capt. Quince Stewart Of dancing fever which tins Invadedour his trees, and who,was so stronclyJsja, \ r,_.'
J. E. LANOCETTE Observer. Turner & Co. have a very nicely selected yacht Reckless, on Wednesday, and t have who' ame ''up with him,. we were town, Is away ahead of anything of pressed with his dream that he dec WK;!; E

line of dress goods, Just now arrived. rented the cottage Just, vacated by Mr. sorry,toloarn, will quite sick: yesterday.' the kind within the memory of the oldest to verify its truth; but being nnaMetj' jto \ ( Ps.

Also laces embroidery etc., etc., way S. A. Belcher. ; Inhabitant. The mania doe not appear remember malt what tree lie had teeny, .' "t s '

LOCAL NEWS.Society down. *1 -The partnership heretofore knownas to have any particular affinity for In his dream waa compelled to
-The reason why the Blvzaar\ has no Belcher 4; GelgW was dissolved lastPeak either sex, but claim a* Its victim the around every tree in his orohan ;;:I.'W.J? ;" r ". n ++
-The R. A. Hardee brought up quitea more locals in this week Is because they in old, as well as young; the sedate and search- The moral of"iottYt r t t :, v
of
and General Gossip; In connection load of sea coral, ferns, shells sponges consequence" Mr. DeIcher go- phlegmatlo man of business, as readily was that while he did not find the JfpifV. vat ':

with Indian River and Lake Worth Motion etc:, on Monday from 'the Florida Keys. were too busy selling shoes, clothing Ing to Miami.) The business will be continued as the ancient maiden, giddy young girl, the root of a tree, he received hiaro \f a Y

*daring pact week. Brief mention of They were for J. S. Watson A Co., and dry goods etc., to write them. The bi Mr. Geiger, who Is both pop- or pretty matron. The riomlnole Club U ward In the shape Of a magnificent crop;. '

Interesting Event boot People Ton devil was was around there twice this a. ular'and'well-known on Indian River.. no doubt, responsible for the existing of apple Tho digging around the root '
Know, and People You Don't Know- may be seen at their warehouse at the m. and waited as long as he dared! each condition affairs,' the present rage of his tree was all that wo needed

:.Picked up by Our Society Editor end of the City Wharf.: Quite a numberof time but could catch :Turner idle. -ifl, 1It; Aline Egger Inform ''us .thatthosewbgattend having had its origin through the regular restore his apparently dying orchard,"to' k '

people have,already Viewed these curiosities never i the, "Crazy Party" at weekly dances, given by this organ thrifty condition. There may be bag' .'
taken from .' But dont they sell shoes and 'clothl lg I tb. s.h 10 8 e next ization. The Invitations were sent out of gold!in store for every orange grower
the mighty deep.DeputySLeriR Friday
fe
this } eve
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_"'gAdvertlsemente: under. heading : though I .. ,:. 'M .fI .!'. ning. lil have tUme. regularly to all the' best peoplQ-Jn' the who will.stir up the ioll whi.b lie la H- '
are ten cents per line per week. Waller, brought up ,m a goo< Ice cream, town, and while for a few weekty these root contact with the root' orhls-tSpftTk'--

Mr. Peter Wlttfleld, of Georgiana, on oakejmueloand other things will be the mission failed to make even an impression ) log tree, which seem to be offering: a' 1

-Get.the ADVOCATE: at'Dr. Screven'. Friday last, on a warrant, charging him order of the evening. on many who received them, their from aa unknown cause. i s
Five Cent per copy. coming was so persistent and regular One wont In
.Miss more regard; to 3u. rtl :
with shooting at Lorrillard. He Stella Hale left .
Mrs. on Monday
that another of 'who
after those had '
and Mrs Mortgage deed one Froscher' remedy. We are well aware
-Mr. 0..8. Porter of Lake Warranty deed
was brought before Judge Jones and Quit-Claim deed, Bill of sale morning for St.Augustine, but of course not tripped the "light fantastic" for a that there are heavy deposit of bog 'Iron'

Worth, arrived here Sunday, on their bound over, on a charge of assault and Satisfaction of mortgage Tax certificate, managed, to get back in time for the decade thought they would lend their In the hammock in the nelgfaborb Odd

way to Lexington, Ky. battery to appear before the Judge at Tax sale deed. Leases dance, last night She was accompanied I august presence for once, to the occasion his grove. This matter 1* nothing more

.-Mr. E. C. Dearborn was on his place I the next County Court. Assignment of mortgage, Prtecipe for on her return by her sister, Miss Hattie, a.*spectators and yielded to temp. than aa oxide of Iron. which has been
tatlo Once
In the Hall It
wo
Bond for Title eta only recommended aa the proper mnedy: for
opposite Brantley on Tuesday looking -Dr. J. G. O'Brien R. O. Ellishman For sale at theADvoo.4TJoffice. One, who win spend a few'weeks' vacation at another step for these good people to foot rot and It I. probable the the water
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after the men who are clearing his land. and J. W. Higgtnbotham,of Dublin Tex 10c.j three 250.; dozen, boa; one hun their home place, In..Tituaville, yield to the seductive strains of a well.I ulea by Mr. J'roacher7 be Jm- ..,. I i\ a ,
-The steamer carried area $3. ,: l known waltz which 'aroused delicious pregnatod or tinctured with the oxide at t .
Georgians ; t
nearly as, who have been on'a trip down Indian v r -The dance last night was more enjoyable ,
Ahto, attachments, In sets 1.00 six ; memories of some bygone day, and our Iron sufficiently to .act owrattveljC; At\.I,
,
forty to Titusville Mon ; ,
passengers on River returned here and than usual. breeze 1
Sunday A
delightful erstwhile staid citizen
whirling
sets, $5.00. Ten in each set Copyright were soon all events the grove referred to, la -Jt" ;"T; t
day. The popular Bravo was 'in''com. started, to-day for their respective wafted through the Hall, from o'er the about the room,, with a style or extremely bealt 'one, stag lDgl) aaomg
wand, with Purser R..F. Jones. .' homes In the above State. They gaveus Wedding M.. Cards moonlit waken of the bay; the floor was movement which though It betrayed a numerous wretched companion and flee .*< j

Was Katie Paddison and Master a pleasant call before leaving saying We shall be pleased to 1 :f I In fine condition; the mualo first class, suspicion of stiff joint and unused muscles method of its proprietor have,inssm;, 1<-', ";" + '
seemed to
say, "We will be just a* sufficiently successful to warrant their 0.. ,
Person left here on Friday last, for Ea 1GaDIe they hope to come to Indian, River again 10:a Job receive Work a share of your I I e!!. and the "Newport" was Introduced, under young a* we used to be, after we get adoption by those who hare been lees> ', ,

on a visit; to Mr. and Mrs. J. O. In about two or three months' time. oS {letterheads-,note-heads envelopes,, f< the luperintendency of Prof. Lan started awhile." These same people fortunate. r '
have become regular attendant at the .
Walton. They are expected back to- -The new bath house, in front of the ;; bill-heads, statements I ouette.
meetings of the SemInole Club and this
morrow. Indian River Hotel, will be commencednext c or anything else., j j jMessrs. Deputy Sheriff Wailer, with Walter I II not all, but their parlors, which; have Eau Gallic. '

-Senator O. 8. nardee and family week. It will be built and owned Creekmore, of Georgians, In charge, been long unused are now' brilliantly il -

came up from Rockledge on Monday's by Colonel and Mrs. D. L. Gaulden, Captain 15. came up to town, last night. Mr A.JS. luminated every night Dust has been Capt. and Mrs. A. Bennett" .are on their' ,'
off the book homestead. ,
swept long neglected of
steamer on.their way to Asheville, N. and Mrs. James Pritchard, Mr. and Magruder of Rockledge accompanied dance mnsia. and mothers father and '
Mr.. Henry Otnutead Ja .
C., New York, and other places, and Mrs. I. M. Mabbette, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. -, H. V.LeMalstre and Charles Lira. Mr. Magruder charge Creekmorewith young children ..well .a..*. the old maid larger business than ever. now" doing< ,s' 4<

will be away for some time. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Robt Ranson,Hon. Pepin, of New York have been stealing his boat-hence the arrest. or summer bachelor who live over the : 1;
spendinga Mrs. Wilson has quite nice towboat
H. F. Atkinson J. W. C. H. He in wall all unite to make up a set, and a ,,
-Mr, Geo. Guild, of Bncynu 0., was Huntington few days in town. was Jail last evening, waiting a brighten the lancers which w..u.t. to her from Caaadx .
on become
up or ;.
Walton J. E. Lanouette Jas. T. San- $250 bond. 4 .1.. :
in town Yesterday. Ue represents the -We wero pleased to hear inch expressions Initiated In the step of the delirious and Moonlight rowing eem to be. maeit; T .
Bucyrus Dredging Co. and baa been ders and M. W. LJchty.A -Rev. John captivating walU. The mania ha lasted ,' \
of praise In favor of the ADVOCATE Foy, wife and son started Indulged ta lately on our beautiful litti ;
doing business in the phosphate fields of physician gives the following for : from the three ladles for( Jacksonville' Tuesday morning, on for several weeks, and the ordinary bay v. if
who visited
dance have tir.
South Florida. lie left for Tampa this malaria: Take a good sized lemon and this office their way to Western New York and and begun to grow monotonous. W.Wilson who left for Satsumaait'.1/- .
on Wednesday, during the past few weeks, severalnovelties Monday will probably be '.
cut in small rind and add other aw.y.abo .r '.
morning.Mr. pieces, pulp; -Confederate Veterans. All places. They expected also to go have been Introduced, and be- two month '

and Mrs. R. F. Jones, who have one pint of water. Boil down to a half bers who have not received their mem- to Norkolk, Va., where Miss Ethel come quite popular. Professor J. B.. Mr. and Mr*. Treutler left here : m" ,

been boarding at Mrs. Decker's for tome pint, strain and cooL Take a teaspoonFul if they will call on, or notify Secretary badges, Rumph, who accompanied them, will less Lanouette agile Signal, the Service elderly Officer but none at this the Sunday on their way to Asheville, ;N.:C.", ..
or more, as the stomach will bear It visit an aunt*and attend and other place ,r\ ,
school.
have We
time past, rented Mr. L. C. OlIvet'sresidence A. D. Cohen they will be furnished.Mrs. point, 1* doing heroic work, introducing < F f
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for about four months, and an hour before meals. It Is said to do hope, the Rev. gentleman will derive his friends of the fair sex;,'Jnto the mysteries The steamer Ancient City Went OB .4, ...
all that has been attributed to J. A. Miller and little daughter benefit from his of the McFaddao'
expect to move into it on Monday. Mrs. quinine, trip.In "Newport, and ha promIsed way on Tuesday morning
Lillian and Mr. Ed. Miller to devote his best efforts to undergo an overhauL T l "'
without affecting the nerves or the headas I came np to famil _
Jones expects her sister to visit her next an unguarded moment we made lan
his
quinine does. from Jupiter Wednesday, on their sing charming pupils with the Mr. J. T. Baett I I. at t
way horse: '
week. She at present resides In St. Aug- I the apparently harmless statement in a waving, undulating "Saratoga." A agate.
to Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Ed. win, probably I looking rather lonesome after the delartnre
ustine. -The Miami fever Is still on; and the>> return In two weeks, while Mrs. Miller recent Issue that we had seen the plans. feminine expert this delightful art baa I, of his wife for the north. 'f '

Misses Egger,Rosser and Mrs.Hendry cob, "StIll they go." On Wednesday and daughter win be away a month or of the new residence of Captain Pritchard : graceful promised dance to instruct known her a*admirer the "York In ,"a i Part of the lumber for Mr. and Mm .;:...:-

were In town Wednesday, and gave the another batch started for the above so. Their many friends around town and that it would be "the liandsom-- while the aforesaid venerable Signal Of. Wilson' new house baa arrived and ?

ADVOCATE a pleasant call. Two of place, among them being Dr. J.B. Screven were giving them hearty hand et and most complete residence In I lice observer baa. told as, In confidence they hope to hare a neat and commodious

these young ladies seemed anxious to Dr. Jackson 8. A. Belcher Rev. C. shakes. Mrs Miller many will back. town." It now appears that a lady who that he I* at work on an entirely new In- residence erected ere Ion :

take the Ancient far S. Bird (Methodist minister) H. Dear. bring reside not a mile away from the Episcopal ventlon f In the way of a dance, which he Miss Kate Paddison of z'
a trip on City as as Mrs: J. P. Miller whom many will be ha decided to call the "DeUoto and. one Titus villa'* .
Kockledge, but were unable to do so ow. born, J. C. Carter, John A. Macdonald, glad to see. church ha taken exception to our propose* to produce it for the first, time popular young ladle. ad her brother .;'>

ing to this steamer being on the Eau Geo. L. Macdonald, O. N. Chase, An- remark and we are compelled a* a matter at the opening of the new club house, at Parson have been visiting Mr. and ilr*. '
-The little Misses Dell and J. O. Walton for the week f
Bertha of self the beach past or ae. ; .
Gallle boat ways at the time, so went on drew Canon Ely Spencer, and E. J.Gringra preservation,to adopt rather new resort This will cer They arrived here lat Friday the '
Schafer daughters of Mrs. Harold tainly be on
the St Augustine instead. They have *. They all started In the B. A.. E. circuitous course a* we meander back something unique for we understand .- Ancient City and appear to be enjoying .
Trower of South Jacksonville a somersault ha been
Hardee in command of Wm. Shleppey.The are now and forth between our domicile and introduced themselves. Mr. B. tf.Jerome and Mr; J1-
;
gone on a visit to Senator JL S. Williams. a* a part of the principal figure ; :
at the ,
Suwannee Springs hotel, as guests place of business, We had BO intentionto while another feature C. T. Verbeke. of Brantleyj Mr. C. :
Interesting wilt
-The Canaveral Club has ordered a steamer Georgians, while load- of their uncle, Mr. 8. H. Peck. They give offense and see no to make an Imaginary plunge In the urf. Where be Walton and Mr. U, r. Paddison of ".u.'I,
new steamer from the Merrill-Stevens firewood at the Indian River way tusvllle, have abo been at
Ing Steamboat took dozens and dozens of bottle of amend We know that If the present rage will end,or what the outcome visiting

Engineering Company, Jacksonville. Company's docks, Eau Gallle,Tues "Indian "Colegogue" while beret but attempt to explain the we were to will be. It I* Impossible to *'1. same residence during the past week. 1 }

U to be a light draught boat, drawing day afternoon at two o'clock met witha did not shake off the "shake until the objectionable matter or discount The Interest in dancing Increase dally The Indian River Steamboat c.,.. .. .I

ten Inches, with a stern wheel and will mishap to a part of her boiler, which they went to the Springs. Up there would only leave the statement we weather.notwithstanding the continued col dock presented a very busy *cen* '.ek* '. .
frying, Ian for thefire. Tuesday, The St Lude, looking seak.tand
be ma between Titusville and Canaveral delayed her 75 minutes. Apiece of wood, they are as rollicking as can be. The lot trim .'
The of the country editor wa bying there a* well a.* Ah*
Club House, during the season. The thrown board by one of the Suwannee may Foot Rot, or Mai i donuu St .
on negroes, Springs, by the way, U now be a bed of roebut II so we are Inclined Sebastian Cleo and St Ormosdj,

steamer win have a composite. hull of struck and broke the steam guuage-cocL entertaining about sixty guest. Proprietor to think oar own ease I* an exception to We clip Ue following' from the Florida This..ha latter steamer originally the WU*

steel framing and a high-pressure condensing After allowing all the steam to escape, Peck Is giving them fine hunting the general rule and onlea, we can d. AgrteuUurbt> tlODl. 8h.undergone hia a new considerable deck alter-,

engine, and Is to be ready Fitzgerald' and his assistants and and sets table .001 rot, or mal dlgOlnA U q,
by Engineer fishing, a that groans rise some way out of our present predicament. all now the room' and other office The *alon '

November 13th. Engineer Fish, who quickly set to work to repair the damage with country produce,, fruit, fresh tmV w. seriously contemplate leaving fvm.absorbing question among orange etc., la oa the lower deck while .a. tlS'
Every
. ran the steamer. Canaveral' winter, and at 3:15 o'clock the Georgiana *". egg. 0o and game. Everybodywho the country. We are getting tired of going worthy of attention.remedy Here suggested U one that I* upper deck-,which will be
will, probably, be chief of this boat the proceeded on her way to Titusville arriving goo there, come back healthy and out at the way la oar daily. meandering hal at least the virtue of originality and an the awalng pilot house- -there and will the be cap nothing iMa'. cilia.huti I

coming season. at 1003 p. m. happy.-Evening Ttleyram, to perhap something more When fiuUhed ,
la order preserve oar anatomy-Intact. the will looV f
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FOB FARSI: AHD UA2DES. for SCIENTIFIC SOUPS.
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a peolalty thle __eon of what ;
sAdTocriL.t that would involve and labor. TTJ1B are making '
fh expense .5" I
w. salt. our PARAGON HARNESS. < & ,
I 'tP.tES BARKED Bt KICK O9' RABBITS. We do not want to fence off the flow Watches are plated with pala!
-. Whbn: a tree Jsdqnuded of bark all era, for thai would spoil half their Iron corrodes with great rapidity at BEST WORKMANSHIP. Suoh a harness f't t -, ;:
TlTt1SV11J. I FLOnIDA. ,' around Its '' Had" beauty The following ,has proved
Is
++ very hopeless. or about the temperature of boiling cannot be bought for less than $25. ;'
- tho trees beet' rotect.d effective net flowers in tho lawn I
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The general of tUo now \ by wrappingthem water. at retail. But 'we are willing, %

commonwealth governor of Australia Is to ro- with& od\newspapers) a* ha so where they could\ bo readily teen were The class of buildings struck most In order to Introduce It, to .,,L$
often been advised would, have Inclosed In a fine wire netting eighteen v
M8 service thor first SELL ONE SET ONLY fblJ'-
oelre 150.000) rear for frequently\ by lightning are, :
been saved. inches high. This was a real $ .
The only thing that can protection
I dwellings; second, barns and grana to one person a* a A >>
President Diaz thinks that with 6000 1 be done now is to cut them off where but tho netting was at least un sample for +
ries. Oil-tanks and oil-works come
,
mile, of railway Mexico: baa enough the bark is still sound and graft them. sightly. Realizing that it was the next. $16.50. fjt-

for some years to como and cnnnot An excellent way to deal with mice in soil and, not the plants that needed "'

afford ,to extend government aid to an orchard 1* to procure small block guarding, some wide netting with It is reported that through the Lick

new: lines._ _ _ of wood and bore 1 1-4 inch holes In small meshes was procnrred and fastened telescope the discovery has been! made
them tho surface of that one of the moons of Jnpitcr has : !
It la an Interesting fact that of tho placing some meal mixed with upon the flower
.865 college of the United( States 201 tallow and rat poison in...the bottom of bed after it was prepared and the seed a little moon of its own revolving{ _
each holeand sown. ,For the wire around it.
are co-educational. Women at present leave these about the or potted plant.

constitute fifty-fire per cent. of the chard. No other animal can reach tho were cut to allow!: the terns to be One dollar a minute is the chargefor c

nndcr-eraduatcs in lliti country. bait*. -New York Thne. dipped through and then replaced. using the new telephone line between .

i This device eventually prevented depredation London and Purls. Distance

I Attention has recently been called by the fowls, while it* only about 280 miles. Forty cents a minuteIs
GROW MORE PARSNIPS.
I to the singular fact that until half a disadvantage was that it made cultiva tho price between New York and
The parsnip Is a root generally
I century ago* tho inhabitant of thePh111ppno'Ielands tlon a little more tedious.-[American Washington, about 240 miles.
liked,und should bo always grown.If THIS IS ONE OF THE: 40 STYLES WHICH WE MAKE
I ( were a ,day behind<< Agriculturist .
for are
microscopes
more aro planted than needed ,for Object glasses 0
| those of neighboring countries hi their made of that eGh
table rue tho surplus makes excellentfeed now in Germany glass
FLOWERS OX TOE ARM.
| reckoning. 'raw for cow or horses, or cooked, The key to success with flower on contains phosphoric and boracic acid.It .2 eDvQ.

I Some Idea of the magnitude of the even for hog and poultry. It is a a farm Is having tho right position. I is stated that with lenses made of ZW

I postal service may bn gathered from root more easily grown than carrots, protest as.a rule against any arrangement this glass an object one-twcnty-thou- tin '0'a
I as its wider loaf when it first comes sandth of an inch In diameter can be z
the fact that the combined length of that will cost much expense of / Mz

I tho railway postal route of tho country up make it easily distinguishable in time and labor in caring for the flow distinctly seen. C Ume

I is lU, &7 miles, while tho trans. hoeing between the rows. But, oven ers. The common plan of flower The wearing away of tho cliff on + mm .

I porlation of malls on those routes In in advocacy of tho parsnip, wo disliketo border is worst of all. These borders the shores of England has of late attracted o :_z .

f 1880 readied tho enormous total of say aught against the carrot. Both running along path are from considerable attention, and the m e

I f86, 76S8i mile. Germany, which roots should be grown, and the carrot two to four feet wide and offer grassroots problem Is being attentively studied No. 165, STAR GEAR SPINDLE BODV.

comes next, only ha 24,622 miles aqd may be sown thickly, so that if some constant temptation. They are with the view of preventing the erosive NATURAL Wean axon, OR PAINTED.

I a total transportation of 69,267,000! are cut out in wooding enough may bo never quite clean; and to keep them action of tho waves as well as the Built on Honor. Entirely different from Cheap Western
I left to make a stand.-[Boston Culti streams that trickle down.In Work. Live Dealers wanted. Territory given.
., mile. per annum. But while the rail approximately so requires labor all ..

I way service II one of great magnitude), vator. summer.. Men will not touch them, England leaflets are being distributed K I N QIUA M, 'S T U I R! T E V A N T & LARRABEE

I there are tho star-route and steamboat and tho women must dig and pull on the subject of tho destruc- W -
wnr CLOVEn is so VALUABLE.
[ services, which extend over 251792I / Clover, cowpeas and other legumes and, poor creatures, never get paid tion of crops in the rural districts. >} C SBIASE AND SLlISH BUILD EBS- .

I miles, with a total annual transporto- for their trouble only that they love Posters showing magnified illustrations -
have a po cnllar power of gathering SEND FOR FULL CA A OCUES.!!!: BINGHAMTON N. Y.
I Uon of over 12,000,000,000 mile To plant food and especially nitrogen flowers so well. A better plan Is of tho Hessian fly and Winter ,

I carry on successfully this immense from natural sources. Although they large bode cut in a special lawn or moth aro being displayed in the post- .

I service requires tho work of over contain much more nitrogen than yard. Such beds should adapt them office to enable farmers to recognize

J* 90,000 The postal corrospondcnce selves to bonds in the walks or drives thorn.
persons. wheat and similar
oats
grains, they ARE IN THE LEADFOR
| of this country with foreign thrive and bring large yields where and bo of good size, five or six feet In M. Mascart, one of the most eminent WE

I lands falls a little below that of Ocr. wheat will nott While their facultyfor diameter at the least French electricians of the time, FINE QUALITY AND STYLE OF SPRING VEHICLES

I many. Of the 90,000,000 pieces sent gathering nitrogen from the stores Circles may be sot if no better shape says that the use of the mngnctio THE MOST FOR THE MONEY IS OUR MOTTO

I abroad last year 70,000,000 were car* in the soil, and especially from tho is suggested by tho drives or trees. needle' In tracing the underground

I rind, by vessels of foreign register air, is not yet explained, he important Drive down a stake at the centre and geology, or, in other words, the past BEST ONE OF

Stages fact is that they do gather it and tlo .string to It. Carry tho outer end geography, of a country, is one of MATERIAL OUR CA TA-
j The f is now the great of the around and stakes
leave a great deal of It in the roots string set and those triumphs of science which are
I est iron producing country<(,of the and stubble. Nitrogen is the 'costliest then you have a circle. Remove all almost tantamount to divination. AND LOGUESWORKMAN

I world. Wo han long been second the sod and throw it into the barnyard
ingredient of fertilizers. These fact One of tho recent inventions forlitesavinA' FULLY IL-
only to Great Britain, and last year to be worked up with manure. Fork
help to explain tho economy of clover apparatus is the Irvine 8TRATE8WIN
we passed our rival, going to the tho soil deeply. Throw on a load of SHIP L
for manure, and why clover Is so val. pneumatic gun for throwing a line to
I front with an unprecedented product rich rotted fork it in
compost,
uablo in distress 8. OUR LINE.
as a preparatory crop for wheat ships or to persons in a
I tlon of 9,202,703 gross tons of pig thoroughly and your bod I. ready.
and other grains. burning house. The air is admitted
iron an excess of 1,200,000 the in SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTENTION,
over The above cited facts, with others, When your plants are sot leave a from a reservoir to tho chamber behind
'highest figure ever reached by the ascertained at the Connecticut Storrs rim about the outer edge of the bed the projectile' pressure of A SAMPLE JOB WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR
I furnaces of any country. Noting this for tho hoc to work. In this TO
Agricultural Experiment Station, way you 2100 pounds on tho square inch. WORK IS THE WORK BUY.
I fast the Philadelphia Telegraph recall roots from
can keep grass runningover
seem to demonstrate that the lognne Plans
for
proposed irrigation both
that lu 1838 Nicholas Biddlo and other your beds. BRIDGEWATER CARRIAGE GO.IRQ
such a* clover, cowpeas and lupines in Upper and Lower Egypt during the .
I citizen of Pennsylvania offered a A third Is to combine '
are especially valuable for this kind plan your period of low Nilo include the build .A..TTOTC-Fl: :: V.A-
bounty of $5000 for tho first furnace vegetable and flower garden. In this
of manuring, that timothy stand next of
lug a high barrage across the riverat
I In continuous blast for a period of case the fork must do a good deal of
and that the grain crops leave tho least tho first cataract. Great opposition
I three months. It"lit thus be teen work instead of the plough, and that
amounts of plant food in roots and I has been
excited
against this -
I how brief la the history of this groat farmers will not agree to except In proposition
Jubble.-[New York World. as it Involves the submersion of
I interest'our land. It is true that case of quite small gardens. But I I '

I iron was made in that state many assure you a garden of this sort maybe the beautiful island of Philoo and its 1I ":11
OROWIXO WILLOWS. magnificent monuments for several :
before 1838 and
years we exportedpig made very beautiful. Old-fashioned
The willow will most
grow on any months each
year.
iron England before tho revolu garden had hollyhock along the
,lion; but it was not until 1841 that soil, but made lands such as are made fence, and nasturtiums to edge onion Contracts have been closed for the "WANT A ,J-AGON ? "
I the for furnace three by deposits of soil along the bank of erection of a plant to manufacture 1
prize running a beds. In the centre were beds of pink
month. in continuous blast was won streams or rivers by changes in tho and beets. This is the English style. smokeless fuel at Washington, Ind. We dive wagons, buggies, surreys. High graoe; u Hght, .a

in rottsvlUe. :flow are tho. best. Besides this such -[New York Voice. The process was patented twelvemonths ( Strong, durable, stylish, u beautifully finished as modernized ,..

-. spots have the advantage for this purpose ago, but It will be tho first manufacture can produce. Built on honor by men of life I (

| The Washburn & Moon Company, that they are rarely profitable for factory put in operation. The experience. Honesty U our poky prompt shipment our
PARR AND GARDEN NOTES. pro.tees '
specialty. We want to know Write Costs
at Worcester, Mass., is making a series any other crop, being liable to over- consists in extracting all of the I you. us. you
Kill the scrub bull.
nothing. May lead to business by and by. Send for our
flow, The willow used In this
of experiment which promise. country Clements from coal the ,
save carbon, It is free reader
catalogue. to of this
Sheep like a few corn-stalas.: every paper. Binghamton -
to transform the rod and wire busi for basket work are mostly im and this,,when used as fuel, will makeno Wagon Co., Binghamton, N. Y. '
Bees Copper is now used altogether ported. According to a report of Mr. A dirty barnyard Is a nuisance.Use smoke. The capacity of the plant

in rod and wire whore great strength B. F. Lcrnow, Chief of tho Forestry broad tires, on farm wagons. will be fifty tons dally. Tho product "BUILT FOR BUSINESS."

and resistance to tension are required. Division, ozier growing for profit is Coughing is a bad sign In a cow. will retail for $!,60 per ton. ..

Steel lack this tenacity. It is stated, not 10 simple or Inexpensive an enterprise ,
Set goslings the paslurlfwhen they Spines have been attributed by tel. "
,however that the as might at first The -
company' experllhan appear.
,
are a week old. eologists to a necessity In tho plant .'. : 1
discovered a process by which climate of the United States in most .
for protection against browsing au!-
Sour milk is a treat both to hens and
steel can be tempered 10 as to posses parts is not very favorable to tho
matsthongh American observers have
to little chickens.Do .
growth of the finer grades of other -----
this necessary tenacity, and that steel shown that in Nature spiny plants
wire ha been actually made which rods of European kinds. Out of some not allow a few chickens to mo- abound as on desertswhere

I .-will itand all the strain and tension 250 species of 'willow only a limited nopolize thb roosts. animals are least abundant, Mons.browsing A.

I
I Tifactnred, it i* believed, at a much valuo for osier purposes.A good dust bath for poultry. paper to a French Institute, showing '

I less cost than the present figure for good ozier willow should produce Provide a shelter under which the that spines are produced on plants :

I copper, and its success would cause a many slender rods without young fowls can run whenever it more freely In proportion to the degree .

I decided drop in that metal. Despitethe branching; the rods should be soft rains. of llght'to which they are sub

secrecy of those who have bad the and pliable,' and preferably white If only one thing is used coal oil Is Jecte As the deserts are 'more exposed .

experiment in charge gossip about when peeled. The stocks should be probably tho best to use for lice in to light than the cloudy, rainy
them has been current for tome time of a kind that will reproduce vigorously there evidence
poultry. regions, seems some in
among the broker, and speculation for a long time. The red ozier
Laying hens should bo kept separate behalf of Lothellcr's proposition.A Our Columns will Prove a First-
a* to their influence on the market i* is the one mostly grown in this coun- !

rife. The late Mr. Jloen, it 1* understood try, but doe. not thrive as well as in from those that are being fattened for Reminder of Pioneer

was the active spirit in this Europe. Tho opinion is expressed the market. An extra train arrived at Santa Days.Rosa class. Medium for making your !

matter, and the new plant which the that it is only a ready market and Whenever the brood of turkey I* the other afternoon in charge of Con. !
labor condition strong enough, give them the run of
favorable which
is starting at Chicago *
company up ductor James Van Winkle and Fred
I posed to be intended for the extension make osier growing profitable in a few : the meadow Hanschildt. It was not drawn by the wants known It will surely pay !

I of the business which would result localities, such as Syracuse, St. Louis- A good shade and plenty salt and Iloskins motor, neither by .a steam i I

I from the success of those experiments.I Cincinnati, Chicago around New water are indispensable to the comfortof engine, but was a genuine '49 mule you to patronize us.

I wlllingnes of the company to York, etc. The following points are stock in'the pastures. train with packsaddles rigged upon I

I part with Its barbed wire patent to given by the authority quoted for es Sawdust when it can be secured each animal ready for buiinei They

I the trust is explained by this new in tabhshlng good ozier hold: Afresh conveniently, makes one of the very came from SAn Luis Obispo and Santa I

I dustry. ___ ___________ soil, by no means a wet one, preparedto best materials for summer bedding.It Cruz and were en route to Rogue river =SUB SCRIBE= :
at least sixteen inches deep by ditch. is item with the via Crescent I
a very important Oregon, City where the
WAR ON THE ALLIANCE. and the soil
bringing to tM
top
ing
work teams to arrange for good ven- owners have taken a contract to peel

Bellggerent Attitude of Kansas I I bottom. Plant twelve-Inch cuttings tilation in the stable during the sum and pack out a quantity of tan bark at

i Editors. in early spring, waking the rows 87 per cord. The packing distance to FOR THIS PAPER !
Inches the
I A dispatch of Monday from Topeka, twenty-four apart cuttings mer.Harvest work is always pushing. a shipping point by scows is about one
I Kan. democratic editors four inches in the row, which require,
': "The
Arrange to have everything in readiness and a half miles. Fifty men and 100
I who have been holdieg a meeting in round 65,000
here figures, cuttings per
mules will be tho
I have decided to an address to .:>>that the work can be pushed employed on job.
prepare about f 5 thousand.
acre costing '
I the people of Kansas, and also warn per along.A Each mule packs about one-quarter ofa ---

I democrats of the nation against the I, cord of bark, which weighs about .
of iweet make of
I patch corn one
Farmers'Alliance.
A committee was PUOTECTMMC or SLOWER BEDS FROM 600 pound The mule train attracted
I appointed to draft the address and another rOl.-I.TBT. the best crop to grow to commence
I meeting provided for July 87th at This has been a difficult problem tor feeding hog Intended for early fall considerable attention while it remained It is brimful of interesting reading matter,
which time the committee will report. in the city, and in one.or two
I In the meanwhile the democratic editors many housewives to solve since poultry market. !
instances brought tears to the of
I will begm a sysUmatio and determined have unlimited range on most Whenever it is an item to secure a eyes and YOU will be sure to find withinits columns
warfare the pioneer miner who had not gazed
I on the alliance. farms. To find a pretty flower bed large flow of milk, bran and oil meal ,
such a sight before for these
I Tfc .,*4. of cort.mlng IB J.Jla obrUtti ruined by one or more inveterate can always be fed to an advantage to many upon years.-[Santa nOR (CaL) something to entertain. 1

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/ National Farmers Alliance and Industrial I that tha ulllanoa will work InUde ite THE' LEGISLATURE. Another bill by Mr.V! Stit, of Webster, committee, rcporlM faVorab(y tt*' tor 1,

ALLIANCETALKS, Union, at the National Council at Ocala, democratic party, and try and secure the makit it a 'misdemeanor for lawyers to lowing bihlat t To amend section 888 k

I'lL gubernatorial for an albance- use Itviguage during tbo: triat of a case the code, and. to amtnJ section, 89JO:01', :
8. That we are In favor of the third p vlitlcal man. that 1 is calculated to reflect on Or dumaue the codes >alio unfavorably a bill f
NEWS OF THE ORDER FROM[ party movement, and believe It I ..5 GEORGIA'S LAWMAKERS HARD the character of Witnesses, jurors of amend section 2J45 ,of .the code. &vml l

: ALL SECTIONS. will be a groat benefit to the alliatoaa An Alliance independent conference AT WORK. litigants. A joIns session was held at senate bill were read the att.'tlme.,. "Jl:

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8. That we are in favor of the prohibitory days ago and the question of the reorganlztion circuit to Miccccd Judge Allen Fort. third and ordered Immedl-
I Items of Interest to Alliance- 1 quor law, and demand the enforcement of the Independent party of The Proceedings from Day to Judge \Y II. Fish was unanimously atoly transmitted to the bou.< To prohibit 1

of the said law. the state to conform with the Cincinnati Day Briefly Summarized. elected, receiving 19?,votes.TtTKSDAT. the manufnctore and ala 6f Uquofwltbn )

men Everywhere. 4. That we favor a free and uniform I platform wu discussed and referred: to .-There WHS considerable\ four mile of Level creek burch' '

system of text books for 'our pub:1Cach.ol. : Independent central committee for talk in the house Tuesday. Between the Gwlnnet county; to incorporate" ,tbaAlcovy .

: OFFICIAL.To .. settlement which practically mean that TUB noviK. ,Georgia editors who swooped down on Northern railroad.. On tto-
5. Thnt we dcm nd the p- the Cincinnati platform will bo adopted FKIDAT.-A bill ww introduced providing of Mr Lane, the : .
: urgently the legislature several dozen and I ton bi elttlabiDg
tft strong
Drotherhood of marsh ,
of tt National Fri* for th sale the salt
wge'of bill in heavy the the state. The of
by totlgre.ln. a by independent of
,<
equalization
ert lands the loquacity of the legislators thtm*elves,
AUianet and Indvttrial Intn.It the court at not less
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lying
along ,
revenue upon all marginal sales and I organltntion of citizens' alliances\ to it was A rcft'itur fi Id day for eloquence.! was made special for Thur.d. y, X
is now apparent that the enemies of purchases of farm produce., work with the Knight: of Labor wa than 5 cents an acre. Thn marsh lands The inturance bill was the special oitlor, after the special order alra 'made
reform throughout the country lire mar 6. We demand that omcn havo equal rec< mmendcd, also patronizing newsp- have never been heard of by a tenth ofGeorgia's of the day, and little else was done. corporating school hcAise 'and, churches

haling their force for a vigorous iiI! political rights with men. pew that are friendly to the reform population, and not one m"nln When the session opened, the galleries I hall have been disposed of. Mr. ,Cabani )
determined effort to weaken! and di' 7*. We otmand ownership ten tnousanu was aware that the state had *
and of
stroy aovernmenl movement, the holding county; and lobbies were oivered with a fair *. from the general judioiary..t0mmit
the Alliance. Its future progress will bi and control of lines of transportation and harvest fest'T-ils in every county in the any such property. These lamls are j Just sprinkling of visitor*-a large portion of tee, reported back without recommendation .
like the In South Carolina
stubbornly contested and l tcd. bu phosphate {amis -
rv communication.
state this faIL relating to the method
them who of
insurance men course,were ,
cerlaln'bl.
and and the bill
Florida
4 we will assuredly an4 gloriously triumph providesthat .
V V deeply Interested In the proceedings. of chartel for railroad*, banks "
if we be If phosphates are found on them the
cautious faithful
prudent, HOC CATRB1 With
CX5IAL.
Insurance and companies '
dissolution
The bill the of
firm. The outlook for The Attiarn Watelmin )Marshall Mo.) state shall be paid a dollar a ton on all contemplate express ,
the succvs- of Igreat reforms we advocate, was never so I C. Oatos.of Alabama in au interview says "The gre..t nt'ed of the reform the phosphate romorcd. Mr. Mcrtln: of is entitled an act to prevent combinations! I special committee appointed at the'last ',,:
hopeful nnd encouraging a now. The denle.! the authenticity of the ported movement just at present is one or two< Fulton introduced resolution authorlx- session and it ordered.- ?
or pool of insurance companies, or tholrIgents wa ;
i Order throughout the whole country 1 ia I interview with him some weeks ago: in good daily papers to send out each day Ing the governor to at once furnish the lesson tion of Mr. Nunnally the Ol'mo. ,
tending to defeat or com' ,
dally adding to its numliers, and II i In which he was quoted a* saying that the news of the goad work and meet the lyIng railroad commission of this state with all ; petition, in the business of insurance in to 8 o'clock Wednesday morning ,',
flner spirit and is more thoroughly united of charges of tho subsidized dai the necessary legal counsel for the pur- : journed
democracy must bent the alliance I'ut y press the State of After the session to continue no later ; 1
than ever before. But the pecuil tr conditions existence. As an agricultural organization of the old parties. Our little band of pose of at once bringing$ the. question of Georgia. a lengthy 9 o'clock.H tan ),
discussion the bill was referred back to' :
confronting us the : Goodwin'sbill
finance committee. Mr
utmost caution, Itst we COin fllTo-a: jill of the demand of tho all, but a daily paper can make a chargefor various localities before the Interstate L '1
criminal
: mit errors, which might prove alliance except the sutMreosUry and land six, days out of the seven, on the railroad commission of the' federal government to establish a permanent JERRY ON THE WAY ,.4

fatal to our cause. Tbe actim of our loan bills and government ownership of leventh the whole army of reform papers and obtaining all the relief pos- branch of tlie city court of Atlanta was _

; state alliances and of the supreme c -uncil railroads; but con<1, mis the alliance prove the lie, aid oa the eighth day the si We from that source without delay. reported favorably" by the' commit tee. To Take in .,(

1 in their forthcoming anuu.l I meetings methods to control thu democratic party subsidized dallies set afloat a new no ana Referred to railroad committee. Mr. Mr. Fleming Introduced a resolution' Pat Georglalance' : ",?

will be universally rrgariled with in the south ant, commit it to the supportOf keep it stirred for six more day. We Goodwin Introduced a bill chartering providing for the appointment of a jolut

earnest interest. nnd the character of that these three objectionable measures. need to meet them orj their own territory the Atlanta, Southern and committee of eight from the house and A Topk Kan., dispatch of, Weane ; :,'

action depends largely on the wisdom- of lIe says that the.cOin pin nU of farmers and stubbornly contest ,every foot of Western railroad. The road Is I five from the senate to whom the district: day Jerry Simpson ;

the subordinate bodies. are mat. hut some of the remedies uro- eround." to nn west .from Atlanta to Alabama revision bill Is to bo referred. This was I la hem nn hU war to Gcorcria.' where he ,"

,t me uD-aiiianccs are to select members posed by the alliance are Infinitely worse .*. cast; to Savannah. and from central amended by making the committee tit- will address four big alliance'mass med .

as delegates to the count* alliances which than the disease; that the democratic Frank McGrath, president of the Far or middle Georgia tp Port Royal, and teen from the house and eight from the logs at Atlanta, Home, Athens and HArietta. -* ',: i'

If are to choose delegates to the state alliance party favors a reduction of taxes, more mers' Alliance, of Kansus, in a recent Interview from the same point to Darien. Mr. senate. It,was passed. The house was lie is enthusiastic over tho growth ,

,4.-4, which, in turn, Is to select dele extended markets for agricultural pro- stated that the people's party Whitfield moved a reconsideration of the thrown into a Hurry over a resolution introduced of tho alice. the people' party north

gates to the supreme council la view ducts and a greater volume of sound<< would carry six of the southern IIl.&tOlln action of the house in making the insur- by Mr. Goodwin, of Fulton, and .outh is Iiere in consultationwith "',

1 1 of tho great and important work to boW money. IIo adds that if the democrats 1802. rnce bill the special order fur Wednesday providing that the Georgia Military institute leaden of the people' party ,

done, during tho next alliance get control of tho government the farmer ... lie said<< the Alliance leaders would be placed tinder the inspection of regarding the proposition made by tho,
,: year, and 'which muit necessarily will find in these measures tho relief Hon. J'rry Simpson and Mr*. Mary E. be Atlanta and speak that day and the the military authorities of tho state, and democratic leaden to form fusion ticket "' $

... be largely direc'cd by tho state they seek and are entitled to. Lease are each booked for an Alliance members would like to hear tbom. lie also that graduates of that ina'ttutebe In the various counties la KanSas ''

4'. bodies and the supreme council, the **. lecture at Piedmont Chautauqua, Lithla moved to set the bill as the. Special order elcglble to hold commissions in the state this fall. It was decided to ignore 'f,\&

,;; brotherhood is earnestly admonished to STATE WESTINGS.: Springs. Go., during this month. for Tuesday, 14th, which was agreed to. service without further examination. any proportion :of the- kind, >'
exercise great care in electing: the men to State AlliAnce meetings wilt be held on At 12 o'clock the house and senate met Several members jumped on the resolution and the folowlng'declarton baa ,beeni':&

,, whom must be entrusted tho responsibility the dates and at places named below: I in joint session to elect a solicitor Ken- and for a time the air was lurid with published to 'pool ,

of guiding our course as an Order. Let Alabama, Brundige, August 11. ELECTROCUTION A SUCCESS oral for the Middle circuit. Mr. Binque- eloquent pyrotechnics. The resolution with the democrat in county politic is <" ,

those who are to legislate for u in tho Arkansas, Little Hock, August 10. field, of Washington county nominated was then put a vote and lost by 01 to any of 'regard
State'Alliances and in the Supreme Council California, Los Angeles, October 20. According: to Testimony of Ex- lion. 13. D. Evans. Mr.' Evans receivedthe 81. for the principle upon for lund people'. '

be not only our ablest,and wisest ColorAdo. October 20. pert Witnesses.Dr. entire vote, 204 voting. )Ir, Gilbert, ''party i* contending. If there,

men, but let their loyalty to our cause bo Florida, Dade City. October 20. Southwick and Dr. Daniels, both of Muscogep, offered a resolution for a THE SENATE.FRIDAY. nothing more in this movement 'wete'i

;,' without taint or tarnish. Put none but Georgia, Atlanta, August 10. of whom witnessed the Kemmler execution joint session of the house and senate .-Whit is called the "Twitty simply to defeat somebody, this ;i :
true and "
; in this faithful Alliancemcn on guard Illinois, Springfield October 27. returned Thursday from Sing Sing, committees on redistricting the state at bill" passed the senate Friday without without much rekard to who it i is, and ,. / '

will be hour of our great need, and ,all Indiana. November 17. where they witnessed the electrocution such time as the chairmen might agree. amendment, by a vote of 20 to 12. The thus capture a few local offices,'> such ';"jtcoursa

y well. L. L. POLK, Iowa, October 13. of tho four murderer "The executionswere The resolution was adopted. Mr. Monroe bill provide that the clause in notes and might probably be bat ,\

; President F. A. and L U. Kansas, Salina, October 21. a success in every way," said Dr. introduced a bill abolishing public other obligation requiring the maker 'to if there is a principle Juatilable. "

Washington, D. C.*, July 3, 1891. Kentucky, Elizabcthtown, Nov. 10. Southwick "and thero was not the hangings and providing that all hangings I pay 10 per cent as attorney fee shall L claim there Sa do not fnvolet 11'8 it! '

."' Louisana, LaFayette, August 4. slightest bitch.( Electrocution has come shall be in private. A resolution granting bo null and void. Mr. Callawsy moved LL L for the of Ideal success.U ? '

The TEnT IMPOnTAST. Maryland Baltimore, August 11.. to stay. These executions have demonstrated the use of the hall of the house of to amend the first'section of the bill so Simpson lay the of the Jer

Proffretiitt Farmer (Raleigh) says Michigan, Lansing October 6. that the method I. humane. I'll representatives for the Alliance meeting a* to allow attorney not more than 6" will rather have democrt the, *
editorially: "The brotherhood cannot be Mississippi Starkville August 25. on Wcdncsdny, the IStb was to., if the people''
too tell you one very satisfactory test. Slo- agreed<< per cent obligation be paid after ticket or renonnco the alliance.
careful in
the important matter of :Missouri, Pertylo: Springs, August cum was praying when he died. So wo A large number of new bills of more I suit and before judgement, and not exceeding '
selecting their very beat and most faith New York, November 4. or less importance were Introduced.
Wood. The other laid nothing. : 10 per cent It paid after judgment. '
ful various members to represent them in their North Carolina, Morvhead City 2.5'1 But I particularly observed Slocum. tATtuiDAy.-000 of the first matters I The vote being taken on Mr. FINANCIALLY DEFUNCT.. '

.. state.alliances.u which are to meet QuIt- 11. De Will anvlncr. 'Lord have which tha hnuin hud its attention dl. Callawav's. amendment the result was-

faithful in iuo near allidncemen tuiure. who None stand but earnest, Pennsylvania. Ilarrisburff, Nov. 10. mercy on my soul' when he received the reeled after routine opening exercise.Saturtiay : yejis. IS; nays, 20. Tho question being A Plttsburff Iron Firm G .

'ingly unflinch South Carolina, Spnrtanburg July 22. shock. lIe had just sad the ,world 'My' morning/ was an invittRion to on the final passage of the bill tho vote Under. e's
by our principles. should be selected South Dakota, Huron, date not fixed. and started to say 'soul.' The sibilant the Piedmont Chautauquo: on the 15th. stood: Yeas, 29; nays, 12. A* loon as
next u representatives of the state in the Tennessee, Nashville, August 11. sound of the 'S' wai made, but the word'soul' Mr. Faust introduced a bill making it a the bill is enrolled it will be sent to tho It was reported >at' 'Plttsburg, J a4

supreme council. Matters of vital Texas, Dallas August: 18. was never uttered. The'Iyllnble state offense to Ret: drunk or intoxicated. governor. Strong pressure' it being Tuesday, that Nimick & Go., dealers ia

ed importance are to be considered and act- Virginia, Richmond, Auust 18. was cut in two. Another indication, For the first nnd second offenses a fine is brought to bear on the.governor, to, gut pig iron, wore financially embarrassed.'

; most upon by that body. It will bo the Went Virginia, Grafton August 12. was the appearance of the men'. feature imposed, and f'.r the third time the offender him to veto tho bUr and equally strong Tho liabilities were placed at 100000.

has important been meeting by far that Indian Territory Aloha,, August 4. at death. They were undisturbed. I suggested goes: to jaiL! A bill was read dividing to get him to tign It. The following It was also repoitod ,that tho firm bath

:. der. It ever should held by our ,or- Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, August 18. that they should close their eyes the state into eleven congressional bill were reported favorably in tho senate concluded to wind up bU1no which. :

: posed of therefore test be com *. so that thc.salt water from the electrode of districts, but loft the counties blank to : To amend tho constitution so a* to will require an extension! on its obIlg.onl ,- $. "
our very men. Alliance Adtocate:, (Louisville Tenn. their foreheads be filled 1 in when the districts sacrifice. The creditors
These men are to be chosen ) should not run Into their ore agreed enable the legislature to provide for agrtidu..ted k prevent ;
by our State says "If every detail of the A bill in the (Interest of will lose a dollar a* the asset are" .
,, Alliance and as that is sub-treasury eyes. This action made a certain con upon. puru income tax( To prevent the ,
of men selected by the body various composed bill was changed, there I I. one thing that traction of the features. That contrac- seeds was Introduced. The bill requires sale of liquor within four miles of Level nearly two dollar to one of the liabilities _

I alliances, we the county has been made certain to every thinking tion was there after the men were taken that seed offered for sale shall have Creek church in Owinnelt county; To Nlmlck' other interests are not in any : \ ,

; to be careful urge upon and discreet county in selec alliances mind by a discussion of this bill, and from the chair. There was not a single marked on th* package the year in which increase the liabilities of stockholders in way Involved. '. i 't;,
that ia ,
that
I ting them. During the next alliance money loaned on farm pro person who saw the execution but said they were grown Mr Fleming, of private corporation chartered by the ( ,
year we will hoed stern integrity of duct., the staple crops, b the best and they were instantaneous and painless and Richmond, offered a bill to change the superior court To incorporate tho Al- "1
principle safest FINANCIALLY
high moral and banking system that can be devised humane method of produlog death. apportionment of members of the legis oovy and Northern railroad| Incorporating DEFUNCT.,
courage UnwaverIng -
loyalty in our leaders. by man. Why Because note Sixteen hundred volt were given." lature. The bill proposes to give three the Bank: of Thompson, the Dank of -
are these qualities to be seriously Especially issued on corn, cotton and wheat, can "Ihe execution were all unqualified members to each of the following counties Social Circle, and the Jackson Savings A Pittsburgr Iron Firm Goes

fo. in selecting the president* sought of the always be readily converted. There is successes in every way,'*said Dr. Daniels. : Fulton Chatham, Richmond, Bibb, and Banking Company. The following Under. 2
various always a buyer. Now let us have the "The men bad no sensibility of and Burke and Floyd( two' members to the bill were introduced To
states.: They must be of pain : authorize It was at '
men' t Lest
"the courage of their convictions." banking scheme thee that can be devised for they died instantly. The executions demonstrated next largest twenty-six counties, and to judge of the superior court to fix the Tuesday, reported Nimick Pitt. burg dealer,Pa.1pig ."' '.:
on crops. Those who are that the the lemalntng one. hundred and five! & ",
electric of .
They must be men of method Isquick grade turnpike road in granting iron
<< were
nerve.; They dissatisfied emb
'
with tbo details of the sub- : I counties financially irrajsed. ,, ,
i one each
painless and representative that
must be humane.' There 10 charters
true to alliance were : t> turnpike The liabilities
I They must be clear above principles. ; treasury bill, let them-accept this a* a no sounds, no burning, no odor of burn the total membership shall consist of one amend the companies; tu it $100,009; \
the general was also
fact reported that
tempta
appropriation '
tbat the farmer of act, 1 had .
this
flesh! hundred and
country ing \
tions are nothing whatever seventy-five members. The the'tJ' I
of
bribery. They must be ; that would approved "
I who December 20 to
men
1800 to wind .
going to bank on the bill o a* roi conclude up
which ,
security revolt the
amending
: will under all circumstances any spectator. Dr. Danleb also caption of the bill duce tho .
true they have appropriation; for an extension '
ptove an
to give, which is tho best of regulating i encampment on it* obliga- .: ,
un freight and
I and faithful spoke one of the rates
to the great trust commit- der thu shining men praying and passenger for 1803 from 23,000 to 110,000 Lions to prevent creditors .
heavens. ;
ted to their keeping. We think we can Will with Tho farmers reaching the hissing sound when was reported favorably upon by the rill- To relieve all ci-confedernte foldler will not loo a lacice. Te ,,I'
clearly foresee a condition of things that than acccept pleasure anything better the shock came. "It cut the syllable in road committee and was passed by the from road duty. The bill two dollar to a of assets ar. ;
the { IncorporatIng nearly the
sub-treasury bill one
aud house.
stand two he Several bills ,
will require all thesa qualities in the said, "and not another sound new were Intro. the Bonk. of and Himick'l '
men by the who Thompson the other interest '
who to bear men propone it. came from Mm. I look duced. On motion of Mr. Burner the arc not In any
are our banners. Unless we upon that a* i Jackson Savings and linking way involved. 't
mistake supreme test. rules were suspended, and bill! Company
greatly the signs of the times The Al'ianceof favorably were naasL. I

the day I ia not distant when the manhood at a recent meeting Og Lexingtondiscussed ethorpe county Oa.f reported__ 1_"__upon_ .were. read .the. second. time." TvBD"T.The senate stood ad- ATLANTAMARKETS
and honesty and CHARGES I" luiiuwi; ir. uoouwiu' criminal 4
courage and loyalty of and OF FRAUD. journed until Monday.
many varied .
all AUIancemen will be questions pertaiuing to court bill for city of Atlanta; A bill ,
to the 110XD41'-The
put severest the order, a nong them the bagging to provide for the trial governor tent to the COBBXCTXO WZZXZT.Or i
test. The ques speedy of criminal -
indication are that Suit Against senate a tn
a tion. The the Estate of ssnge containing 4 list of the
following resolution: the '
were cases: A bill to revive I -
heavy assault is to be made on us and all passed: L. & N.'s Late President. state geologist A the office of acts approved since the adjournment of .crl...
along the lines. Let l bill to amend an act
us have our wise t the legislature hut '
and best Resolved, That It b the sense of this A dispatch of Tui.daylrom incorporating the town of winter. Also a me- CtntdrbackJi.* 85o tf iO'J
men to lead and LouUville Covlngton .
guide I |
us. county sllinoce that it will be sage enclosing the bill of lion. Clifford Orslr
... unwise for Ky..I4Y.1 Francis 3!. Murray and others, A bill to incorporate the South Atlantic Anderson for 83Woi choke Cob
nlliancomen legal services rendered :8 BIIUI'ai ,
to plant themselvc or allow of New York stockholders Railroad Co. A bill to amend the 18( ( OO
.
BASKS' or in the Louisville { an act for ,
ISSUE state tng.r-OranILlefKot
na-
during the illness
A .wrlter in the Atlanta their tenant to do so, when they can New Albany i and Chicago the better protection of game in Olvon. I of Mr. Lester the Lando; e' Jt o
Comtiivtum
says: "The Farmers' Alliance prevent more than a half crop of cotton have brought suit against the estate railway of, MowAT.Mr.. Scay of Floyd, moved attorney general.and n C mmendlng an approp'latl Orleans erlreO 4)etyallow" extra'' Yolwht t
agitation uin cholc 43
or not more tbtn ten acres to tho horse the late that payment thereof, which was tbe bill
ia attracted the attention of the public mule for the or president, E. D. Standiford, of incorporating the Southern referred to the committee 80< S Molapae.-.Qennlne I@f101
to one feature of their demands which is year 1803. the Louisville and Nashville road, for Atlantic Railroad Company be put upon The bill 1 ia for (3,330: on finance. & 2J not necessarily associated with the details will lUtolred.do 2. That lb's county alliance {330,000. It is claimed that at the time its pasMge. lie said<< the charter was not I Is a credit of (SOu upon which there eo;Common OX Imp Japan Bill
of their alt in ii* power to out the of thi -consolidation wanted sell were reported .., 7O
scheme. This carry in out =
feature is the declaration foregoing resolution. 1881, of the fo a monopoly, but that by Mr, O'Neal from the rommtttee Chsei.-FuU li
that Louisville New it was to be built in on Cb.pddsa'.s 130t
one of the chief needs of Albany and Chicago with opposition fri the banks skim
the Resolved, 3. That we bind< ourselves the to incorporate the bank of Jut IW"J WSTflnh. bill bbie '
is In Chicago and Richmond Terminal. '
'A
couqtry an elastic The IndUnapol Afr-Llne lively discussion pall* .
currency. Tavern and Boaps T Uow,
to bars
writing to << M
abid
by the above then incorporate the bank of ,
princple is not new. It was enunciated if the resolutions being built by Henry Crawford, of ensued pro and coo, but the bill finally Social Circle. Bills 7S1U t3W( 11rnIo by John C. Calhoun half a century ago, southern of alliancemen will adopt the Chicago fraud was perpetrated which passed by a vote'of 111 to 83. governor time to were read the second $200ui325t kIw, C''bs e lb

when the financial system of the country spirit ia the them as the policy of tho alIlince placed in Stand.ford' hands'330.000: of Northen transmitted two message to the Northern railroad incorporate: to nrnhlhit the Alcovy thioilnnf end Oa4_Pr 13et....ta 10.V uh, .0. '
was indisorder and the minds of statesmen cotton-growing states. the rood's! _stock. Standifard It i.cnargw houte. The first announcer the, .rtnttnn Bgro 01 73. -. 1 '
Boda
Kra ,
within
S -- four balk
II --r"and -- liquor milt of Ck; 60 llbpkgi,
Level|
wee directed. to the currency and Its connection A recent ,sold this stock at par. and filled acceptance of the resignation of In IWoi cases,, \
wun me panics. Dome or me Kan. dbpatch from Topeka, to account to the company for the Judge Allen Fort. of the Southwestern amend, Gwinnett cuDtl. and to (Jscki-ri.-W teJl aJo. It In.G
wisest! and lays i The Kansas State Alliance ceeds. pro- circuit, and notified article 2, sectIon 7, paragraph 1 JHJIXXT pearl( tei shell
most conservative men of the has __ __ __ the house that the of the end exoeJUiorhill
consummated a scheme which will election of con.tttlOI so to give the leg 70. lumon cem "I 1 1nger .
I
country, though not agreeing with the a successor was in order. The
save the farmers islature *
of the ASSESSMENT AaMffua stick fHmTreoch
farmers in tho state thousands UNFAVORABLE. other t levy a graduated income 9 C&1-
means they propose are dollars.. message wu in relation to the tax. gooda..Ccw
cordially with them in their demand committee of three lea.lIOIr work of the :WtsUro and Atlantic adverse ,report mu cio) C& wnl mil
alliancemen rail the ( *3 63 '
on bill tat.
for an elastic Such wu appointed to make The SUck Scheme of road commission to change the limit of ; W.Ire Lw. :
currency. a l&t of all farm a South highly complimenting holding election for .100 t Oa 61" t'2 80;
men mortgage, and then lion. Clifford county tfBcen 375 .
are looking: for the 'something. go Carolina Bank. Anderson, the state' ; 732 50.
east and lead from
negotiate win January lo October potash Oao. -"
better which the farmers caplta'II'for pay. lag counsel gas, by unanl ni -
agree to adopt meat and renewals of A Charleston, S. C. and recommending an moos consent nickel package t"11 JP ,
it be found. auch s* cannot be telegram SOTS: propriation for ap disagreed to, and the bill IY| eUu1ad $ .
provided tho the
may rerhap met when d ue. The object of thi The People' National bank of payment of the expense was read the second pl1 o mixed, ptnia' 51
b this lime. qsrt
plan to The rule 01 *
best known and moat Influential economist -. baa city of the commission. .1 &)a5
dttermlned Following
forever
who take this view is Davi d M. farmer.put of Kansas at rest the charge that the general' to fight in the comptroller: reading of the governor' Mr.the were suspended and the following b II* >fbi, 4 8 JodIIa.C i &.pee sack., 1
assessment message passed To
In
are favor of a novel
the bonk
repudi At of
Stone the editor of Tk Jfeie Tort way. Fleming of Incorporate
Journal Richmond
ation, and to also them a meeting of atockholder introduced a bill Tavern and JuS
save fully 8 held Saturday .,. the Flair, Oral cad
Cvtnneret to
qf a periodical which, probtbly cent in Interest and commission per it was decided to divide the pay theejpeoae. of the Western and Social Circle Several house flout-Jlrsl patent M80 Me
to ,
paid surplus and Atlantic bill
mom than any other, enjoys the conCdenca middle men and a* a commencement have investigation. The COlJUl Non. read the CrU were I 'U41 ad patt ,
agent who have declared time O
/ ti taC
filched divi them 'a
a Lou
- of the ( err nil among &
best class of nisinet receive e t.
dead ,4
men from of 80 according to the a
both bill
the ;
leader and cent 203. 7. t&jf
5 to
borrower. per { bUll &Cfo -----
The per cent. incorporate all
not payable school houses I..J
only in New $1.500 each i
but ia lead .
York ,
all parts of committee Monday ng counsel o i wtdu -o
*ill deal July eth I,500 and and churches III i
with lho Md 23 in thl ,
the | capitalist slate proofe. f"
per ceDt. On associate< outside of In
country. Mr. Stone published in the October counsel ."000 la-OI
I direct, and will east at 21th. Thb each. A nits corporated tides fl. 00, &o1.1 ,
July fontn a long article go an early date process will doubtless sage from the town and the fG G .
sugestlpg: and endeavor be followed senate notified the .Ulse b
to the house effect UooU
correct the false Impres by other bank whose that the of which be to helm,
'h.ae.'bankiair the 'LO NG
intern which should nr- sion capital b senate bad concurred wl balM, 3o Wa ll'.I
concerning the intention of the alliaacemen assessed by the to the ale of liquor "' three miles & I ,,.
mIL issue oi comptroller house of such
note on credit would exact* regarding their general at what he calLs the resolution appealing a committee and 1aJ1 83oi t\* Wfc,.. ....
in- market
lymeet the difficulty.' Th!* b j the most mortgage of the stock.! value to Investigate aDd ascertain what khlh charehe The house 0104 a adul 07. Cot
valuable contribution made to the d..btadn..a&S railroads Ud violated their senate And. knmu.commute aednwa4-tl BtMni
subject charter. If. .n*, -- ---- I .
ers'Alliance through the magazine*since the Fann Mr. L 8. Adams,S.bead of the Farmers'Alliance -I- *;so IDe senate agree! In the- house- -- resoutloo --#.' joint committee** on apportionment at the call of the met chair ss a p CI 1 I J f8tll
diaeuaaionbegaa.Tbe A BIG
article HOVE. authorizing the
b of Louisiana, a* well a* state a committee on coo- man of eich committee PrwrbU*
because was
important U concurred
suggest a mean commissioner of rrewiooal apportionment to sit Senator in. bO5a47)i74arloo .
of accomplishing the object to which th4t agriculture lies beenunanimously The Terminal A resolution was introduced together. Terrell obtained leave to have C. a. II

popular agitation of the last two years ,f> r governor by nominated the alliance a* a tbi.candidate Atlanta as Headquarters.Company Select that the $33.000 appropriated to the for effect the re a letter from lion. 3. B l.m.gen- &t nd hQ.l al'. .c
La been pariah. manager, inviting the b.
principally its
directedana:
the military Inat. ,
Mr. Adam will encampment rot 1893 be officers 1-
b run on the democratic A rrangemeot* have been appropriated to attend the W, 1
suggestion one likdy to meet the nude for die for the common opening of the
approval school
ticket fund
of both the farmers and business being opposed to the third party removal of the office pf the the for Piedmont CbunUnqui at Halt ,
West Point year 1693. and referred
movement ana will hb to the The invitation tpriDa. C..un
put name before Terminal system from com was ?'.dsce.
t men. .... the democratic convention, where he c.. (o' Atlanta. Oa. General WasbJng ; D. mittee reduced pa education.to authorize Two bUl were in, Joined the house in aepted a successor .Oo Z J ji Jok Batttr-Weatern Ins 4
promises to be a very strong candidate. Green, Jamw L. Manager and appropriate to Allen Fort of the JOUOOi4bsg
Judge ,
VOBTB DAKOTA. Ty1oithe genom und forthpyment of South westerts lO.dn uSp. .. .
Several: of alliance peaseDge elotof '
The following i* the platform of demand i Franklin the *, notably CUhoola r agent; Sol Use*. the "Imo naaa- do* bonds, which were overlooked put & thereafter immediately ad cblcktui, l r *"* !I,
and CaJca' the journed, 1111&11le
ieu. have sgtr and J. W. Pcibuy-'ark.y.
Bali
passed by th* North. Dakota Alliance pro- treasurer, cad all general balancing lT .
Bounced U favor of third the up. Twelve thousand Irish
at their reealltate meeting: vgtilar alliance n'fnfnittoBi a party, and officer. Bf.f,4 at headquarters onan five hundred dollar. i. the total amount 1&n.-1 prrg of the floor 1e..&noi. poeatoa.GOi70o. $4oQi twvbbl
tb
i. That we are in hearty accord: with ent of the democracy: built,b independ bauaved 1'nm1o&J* men I* every department of the asked to be appropriated, the state treas Tm E. Wino SdluttntbeconibLOct2i. Okn.IOUpsc Kosa-1oretn.

the platform aad dtmaodi.adopted by the t1&I&a. .j.tci .fU be .hrmt4 to urer aothttuwl 10 pay out the torn ''ool.11m th.Weekly, t members Ifr. tb CaWI Wy P 11 Grapes, JOaOSe,

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" i I t EAST COAST. ADVOCATE, FRIDAY; JULY 24. 189L,

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t : COAST ADVOCATE. 4- population) within, two years, apd Charlotte Harbor Division of the the State. Does Mr. Parrott mean JAMES: PRITCHARD, President; W. B. BARXKTT, Vice-president'
; THE EAST W. M. Bnows Cashier
<* : -4- real estate valueswould advanceover Florida 'Southern Hallway Com to compare the erdi ,- of his line, ,

one hundred per: cent., all p ny. Several mines have.already seriously., with that of the S. F. R.
WMKtT OlMERTelTaElrDIAaRIrtRAEDLAKE JOORSAL B':01T.D: TO TUB: DEYL4f along the line, (in the same period.In been opened up, &ad' thousand of R.? INDIAN RIVER STATE BAH

WOUTH IFA.TlOn. order that our readers, may not tons per week are being shipped.For The rumor came to us from

lose sight of the various enterprises every mine In actual, operation Jacksonville, and it has come to us (Incorporated under the LAWS of the State of Florida.)

Washington Avenue, Tltusvlllc, promised for, ,the coming winter. to-day, 'there will'' be" five a year at intervals of every few weeks, for Authorized
Offices Florida; We would remind of a few, which hence. We have been Informed by the past six months, or we should capital, $1OOOOO i

Indian River, I flash for;: 'a moment before our one of the officers of ..the road in never have given; It publicity. + Paid Up capital $25,000

mind's, eyes Steam communication question, that one mine near Charlotte There are other facts, as stated -:.- Average deposits, $14OOOO

PUBLISHED L8Y FBIDAT. direct to New York;f the "big Harbor Is shipping twenty above, coming within our personal -.

,----1 gest sugar farm l in the world," west cars of rock per day,"and as there knowledge, which lend color to the Transacts a General
of Sebastian,, and an inlet oppositethe are not less than ten tons to each rumor. We know that several employees Banking

catered at the Tltll vl11e Matte face. M Becon
i Clan Mall to'enter; a railroad from, the! interior from this single mine,. alone, is neighborhood, took legal advice

--r. to I Coquina ; another one two hundred tons per day. The last fall, as to the prospect of get Largest and Oldest Bank on the River

TERMS Invariably In Advance, from Palatka and St. Augustine'toTitusville height charges. on this branch ting their1 pay, which was several I -
and later continue alone will be months in It has also
Check., Postal a and Two Cent to scarcely less than one arrears. DIRECTORS!
B
l'o) Stamp down the coast to Miami ; several dollar per ton. Taking these figures been whispered that a certain fac- jAS.FRrTCHARD'W.B.BAftXKTTfVrMlflAn

One rear .. ........."""..........'*!.aeIt4x beach resorts ; a mammoth hotelon as abasleand'bearinginmind tion of bondholders or stockholders of IHTRKEK the National(Vlce-IreMdent Bank of Jacksonville National Bank) JH or
Montlu,1.dl Lake Worth ; a steamboat ser that phosphate mining'is an all. were very much dissatisfiedwith Jackson- 8. GRAHAM and W. ]M.
Three Months,............... JIO UROWX.
8IDgte V..V..V.V.V..V.V. Bo vice, to encircle Merrill's Island, the.year-round business, a crop the road, and were heavy ins COBRKSPOJJDKNTS.Reaboant .
Benito snyAddiwrinu8.'oVc l n ,l'rel widd1tcy.u.u.A. and develop the charms and advantages with a season which lasts all.the.. dividual creditors, and that in order National Bank of New York and
National Bank of Jacksonville.
of the Banana Rivet country, year-round, unaffected by frost, protect themselves and secure 20
$ .. WALTEE ORABAMAatocIaMEdltor and connect with an outside routeto drouth, or other circumstances, anda control, 'were making an effort TITUSVILLE,. FL s..

A: Manager,....C. H.WUTOlf. New York, from Canaveral Bay; market.world.widE! and constant. to force the line into the

an immense refrigerating and canning Jncreasing, it will be' Seen that hands of a receiver.We .

onree.ee establishment at Titusville ; railroad running through the would not knowingly attempt T. MURPHYJacksoilville
hold to !onstble for thee
opinions We do not of our flTeepnn(1ents, but we claim the opening of Gilbert's Bar; a phosphate, belt, will prove paying to .do an injustice 19 any ,
the right to reject any communication. t canal from the mouth of Eau Gal. enterprises, from henceforth. person or corporation and whenwe

Communication for publication mnrt''be i writ- lie river to Lake Washington, giving The Indian River cannot boastof gave publicity to the rumor referred -
and
-ten oonl.lY plainly In every on one cue aide be of accompanied the paper only by, tile an all water route to Jackson. phosphate deposits, perhaps never to, we believed it to be well Machine

wrlter's name,bat and H a address guarantee, not of nece good Mrll faith.y fur ville. But space demands that we will; but by turning.our atten founded. As to the statement

publication desist from further mention. How tion to those} resources which, we made by the Metropolis, that "the

many of the promising' projects we do possess, it is possible to develop rumor must have been a very quietone :,

e ADTERTISWO RATE' have enumerated will pan out- just as profitable industries as that in Jacksonville, as the newspapers And Iron Works.

FEB YEA*. and bow many prove only air castles of phosphate mining.. 'Our orange .there. failed to catch it," we .

? We shall keep a record, and growers are reaping 'handsome incomes can only say that there are none so
One tfrh................".... .IM.M .
Twolneh..l...,.--."--......., tone "see what we shall feee." and the pineapple planters deaf as those who will not hear,
ENGINES
PUMPS AND MACHINERY OF ALL
Three J'ourtaell.100h..I.; ;;;;.;';;;; \.Sri cannot complain of 'the results of and it is not uncommon to sup KINDS
Inch,or"QatrlerCol.! ....... 3O.M Is it about time the "St. Augustine their :labors but when die wealthof the publication facts as
MalfOolumn..................... M.to not ;r press Made and
VbvleCetumn,..................100.08 Daytona, Ormond and; Indian our river is developed, and the well as rumors,which might not be Repaired.

J'orfJls Months,divide the yearly rat'by two River papers made the usual fishing industry becomes what it pleasant to people in high places;
a.dadd 10 per-cent.. summer announcement in regardto ought,to be;' when the culture of If the rumor referred to has not CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS PIPING & SUCTION

I'or Three Months, divide the yearly rate'by the Florida Coast Line Canal sugar and of fibrous plants is :embarked been current in Jacksonville then ,

fOur,and add 20 per cent. Company? If we are not mistaken in by' men of capital and. the old adage; that one must go For ,PJ1ospho.'te Droc1gl.ng.:

Advertisements, Ten Cehts Per UneCacHbuertlvn. this is about the time when the energy, we. will: no longer \have reason away from home to learn the news, ,
Lecal of should to be envious of ''the has been 'true for
.' approach new dredges phosphate proven more OFFICE; WORKS: '
be'heralded ,with due gravity, and fields, or look with ooveteous eyes than one person has come backto
Fald''React\ng Cents Matter 1'er,Line not Each In "Local Insertion.News"eallUIIIUITI'I the statement that the work:will be upon those sections which have Titusville from the metropolis, 134 & 136 East Bay Street Jacksonville Fla, i!

at Legal Rates.AH pushed to completion at once, been enriched by the vast* deposits with news that the appointment of I
Lttal:Aovertlsements should also appear in positive language of the animal kingdom of the tfbevs rates are for one edition per
age. was impending. If the financial
E. O. BLAIR. D. B. THRASHER
,
.nek. Almost a year has elapsed eince condition of the ,road is Al, then

17' m11e..oolleoted monthly, If not othenrlspmdnpon. 0 the State engineer made his report,' THE J., T. & K. W. RY.ICO., the publication of the rumor by a Blair & Thrasher
and the deed ()lands was given to one-horse country newspaper can :

Check,eta.may be made payable to'"Graham the company-yet not a single par. do it no harm. If we were correct, ,
The item .
iin Ute
following appeared :
Walton.." agraph has.appeared: regard to last Issue of theTitusviUo ADVOCATE and it should so transpire in future -
y Merchant and all.other*to whom we are the startling amount of work the "It is rumored in Jacksonville "that the event would not be start PRODUCE :BROKERS

Indebted Will oblige ni by presenting their bills I concern was about to accomplish ,there is a likelihood of the Jack lmvme. ling. It is the usual fateof, Florida

the lit of every month for prompt settlement. in the near future. Is it possiblethat Tampa; Key West railway goipg :into railroads, and, in fact, the custom Commission & Merchants
the handa of a receiver.. If too statement Distributing
this is not confined Florida. The
patience-testing corpora. is well founded, and such a step to ,
Addreai all communications to tion has :had its last convulsion, should be taken, It would be a great ben Florida Southern is now in the
IA8T COAST ADVOCATE, and thrown up the sponge for efit to the people this section. A .re hands'of a receiver, but the Char 153, WEST BAY. STREET, JACKSONVILLE,; FLA.P. .
ceiver is an officer of the court, and lotte Harbor Division
good and that the !long-deferred of that line
PLOBDA O. Box 761.
TTPOIVILLI, would be under the orders of the Judge. ,
..__
.46 hqpes 'have cherished and the will show better .for this
Lr 0'- we The above was iehown to CoL J. K. earnings
columns upon columns of matter Parrott, attorney far the above railroad year than any other railroad, of
1, tFanucr's Alliance.TitusvlUe that hare been written about the system, and receiver of the Florida equal length, ia the State. ORANGES AN.D 'PINEAPPLES
Southern railroad, a t4.he.read it carefully .
We had deeire into
magnificent which no to enter
was
Lodge of the Farmer alH waterway ,,and then pronounced it absolutely A SPECIALTY.
nce meets regularly on the first *n< to connect St. Auguttine with Key falsa, and unheard before by him. Be an argument; on .the subJect, and Consignments of all kinds' of Fruits Vegetables;'and Produce Solicited.! '. .
third Saturday of each month at the : West, have all been in ,vain? It said further that theiw'was- np 'r Uro*< should not have referred toit .
Court IIouso. Visiting members of the certainly looks that way, for duringthe in existence whose credit was in. anyway ; again, but when Mr. Parrott pro LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE. PROMPT RETURNS.
older Invited to attend. I better the Jacksonvilto, Tampa
are -
past year we have not even Key that road. This.., road has nounces the rumor as absolutely References: National Bank of the State of FloridaV.; H. Sharpe, Sharpes; T. V.
received any promises, to say nothing never defaulted in ita bonds, and beforea false, and when the Metropolis insinuates Moore, Eden; Wells; Sons, plant City, etc. 12jun
F.A.. M.Indian of any work being done. receiver is appointed for a, railroad, that it wasan invention on -

there must be some good cause for such our part, we feel it a duty to defend THE EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COOMPANY
River Lodge, No. 00, Free and action. ,
Accepted Masons, hold their meetings MONEY IN, DEMAND. The rumor must have been a very qni ourselves against such an aspersion. .
in the> FBIDAT or.before Full Moon, et one ia Jacksonville as the newspaper /4lfw.
MtlOOp. m., IB Masonic Hall, in the In- reporters here had failed t. dian River State Bank building,'Titusvffle. During the past three weeks, over .
Cholera infantum has lost its terrors
forty ;thousand dollars have ,The Sfetfopnla is glad to be able to since the introduction of Chamberlain'' .
Visiting brethren are cordially Invited been loaned on Brevard county thus contradict a report that might have Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
to attend. resulted I* harm to one of Florida's When that remedy is used and the treatment
properties. The demand for mon .
WALTER S, GHAHAM, M.
great systems of railroads, and a developer -
as directed with each bottle is'ollowed
JOSEPH MENDELL, Secrot during the last few has ,
) ey years of her many resources.-Jacksonville a cure is certain. Mr. A. W. I
scarcely averaged over six thou MftrofolU. Walter, a prominent merchant at Wailewburg -
sand dollars per month, or say sev The rumor referred to in the ill, saga: "It cured my baby
Tire,First National Bank of Pal- enty-five thousand dollars an- boy of cholera infantum, after several Schedule In effect July 6, 1 89 J.
atka''h s collap ed.as a sequel to 'i num. During the per the above was published in our columns other remedies had failed. The child The steamer ANCIENT CITY leaves New Smyrna Mondays, Wednesdaysand
the failure of the Lake City Bank past year in good faith. We very was so low that he seemed almost beyondthe Fridays, at 5 a. m.; Titusville, 11 a. m.; Rock Ledge, 3 p. m.; arriving at Mel
'v. J. of Palatka money derived from the payment aid of human hands, or reach of any bourne at 7 p. In. Returning, leaves Melbourne at 5 a. m.. Tuesdays, Thursdaysand
Wlnegar was much if have done
,
of old loans has been almost sufficient regret we an medicine." 25 and 50 cent bottles for Saturdays; Kockledge, 8 a. m.; Titusville, 12 m.; arriving at New Smyrna at
president of the former, and a to meet the .demand created injustice to the J., T. & K. W. Ry. sale by DIxon A Gray. 215 7 p. m.
heavy stockholder in the latter K P. PADDISON, G. F. PADDISON
by uw ones. The passage of the Co. Col. J. 1L Parrott, who la an
which for the dual disas General Manager. Q. F. fc P.A.
-accounts of in its Growth of London Cabs.
usury law fixing the maximumrate employee that concern
ter. This same gentleman was at at ten per cent., has a'good law department, is undoubtedly an -
the head of the syndicate which recently deal to do with the present keavy honorable man, and when he pro The renascence of public carriages may THE TROFICALTRUNKLINEJacksomil
hundred thou ,be dated from the reign of Louts XIV
purchased a ,
demand for There are nounces the runor as absolutely e Tampa $ Key West System.-
Band of timber land between money. and was due at that time to a certain -
acres hundreds of people who will bor. false, that statement, coming from flcolas Sauroge, who, living at the sign
Anrantia and New Smyrna. It row at ten per cent., who would one in authority, should settle the of St. Fiacre in the Hue St. Martin, gave Schedule In Effect June 1st, 1891. Central Standard Time.
was his intention to put up extensive question. the name of his dwelling to the modern
not pay a higher rate, and thereare
mills on his' recent purchase, others who fear that the We should not have mentionedthe French fiacre. .Oddly enough.as it may Going South Read Down. STATIONS: Going North,Read Up.
many seem, hackney coaches were first estab-
but the the
of
we presume song usury law will drive"money from subject, but for other facts ished in London in 1625 by a retired sea t e 00 Dm"12 111 pim a 8 50&m Leave. Jacksonville Amnl'' a seam tUIll e 10
circular saw will be postponed un.. the State, and are making haste to which had come within our notice captain named Bailey, who was a man 1111110 1 06 tI es" Arrive Greeo Cove Springs leave II 24" 1106 pm&III t II 811 flit
tit Mr. W. succeeds ia extricating loan while during the pant Wnths. If the of ingenious mind, and enterprising. 11110"140" a 16-1"a" .1045"..... N" Pa1atk. N 455N: 1100" 100"
himself from his present entangle. negotiate a a supply ll, has Col.. Parrott L Ills vehicles d to stand at the "May .......... 4 40" .......... N DeLand Seville ."a. .....011"..;.. 146" .,..................
remains OB hand. The heavy demand Metrop quoted Pole,,' In the strand, and numbered no 1113" 08" ........... N Orange t'oJunC\lon 1 "I" 8M" ...........
ment. for well for the correctly, then that gentlemen has than four. But Ii1/ am 4 40" ..,.....,. N Sanford 1 U" 7 M" .,... _
more found
money augurs they were .......... to" .......... N a" .. "
Entervrl se ....... .
county. Most of the people who been guilty of some rather loose so convenient, and were so patronized .........; 40" ..... 4' TlTU8VlLLJ: ...... rM"11II" ...........
SEYIRAL new laws went into effect borrow, do so in order to ,secure language. To say that there is no that they grew rapidly. In 1637 there .................... 1150" ..........N.... T&y_ ,N ...... ." ..........
over a month ago and yet the the wherewith to build houses sink railroad in existence whose Credit is were CO; in 1652, 200; in 1654, 800. .......... A W' ........,: ROIesl inuuee 1I OOtID .S ao"N ................
from time to time regulations were .......... a 30" .......... .. .. .
itertow ....... .........
people are totally ignorant as to artesian wells, construct docks or better than theJ., T. ,k K. W. Ry., made limiting their numbers; but u .......... 1M" ........" Tampa SIlO".25" ............ ........
their provisions. Even the State lear land, and the expenditure of is absurd. Would he'compare the the French kings could not stay the .................... n a OIl"10" ...................... N port Arcadia Meade "N OCI" .......... .:..............
E OO" .... ...,. ... .
and county officials are groping in the forty thousand dollars borrow.ed financial condition of his line with growth of Paris, and as Mrs. Partington .......... I230" .......... N Punta Gorda 1230' .....e..... ..........
the dark, and violating statutes by our people in making 1m that of the Pennsylvania railroad ailed with the Atlantic, the tide of .... .... .
a t
hackney carriages was not to be hindered OOtID fiG M am Leave Pa1atb Anive.........
daily. The clerk of the court has the New York Central? .......... t 1111II" tlO l50am a I50flll
Perhaps
will show or Arrive
trovements, make fine and, all laws notwithstanding, con- .......... 1DterlacheQ ...,. 18 to" a
been issuing tax deeds daily until lag in a few years. Many of the he had in mind, the Florida tinned to flow. In 1888 there were 7,396 .......... J a 40"111" 1111II"1211" "" Hawthorne Bucbelle N N ................ a 13" t 3M'111"
.910'
yesterday, and yet under the new new loans have been madeon roads. If so, the remark reminds hansoms, and 4,013 "growlers," or four ....,...,........... 'eI"146" I 110"17" N N Gai.neoIyWe r ........... Y ssY 1 soo"N
wheelers Orange Lake .... ..
revenue law which went into effect of the who told his technically described by the ....,..... aJS 713 N N r ..
lands in the pineapple section; us boy proudly police .. clarences, and year by .......... f.... Oc&l" N .......... f 40" 1236"
year 4 8f.
June 10th, no more tax deeds can in fact cent of the parents that he stood at the head continue .. .. .... a Perobberwo w ........... 10" 1018-
fully fifty hey to Increa 311" 1111I.
per -Murray1 ...1. h.. .. .......... ...,...... a III"
la Issued, until two years from new loans have gone to a field of the class; but upon cross-ex Magazine. ..........:......aao"........ 1 6110.30". .. rooknWe .". .................. .... III"
...... .. Euati& ..................... 1611"
that date. The State printer wantsto where mortgages were unknown a amination, revealed the fact that .... .......... 110" T&yuu .. .......... .......... a >>"
be stirred up; and the failure of few years ago. With money abundant the only other member was a little Costly ikny, t DsfJ.except* dr. \ Banda onl)'.
the legislature to provide for the at ten per cent., Brevard coun- girl, several years younger', than 1ODri11e r&ia 1.1I4 leaving JacksonNlle u.:150 a. m.&II publication of all the new laws, im. ty will thrive but it remains tobe himself. The largest and costliest private man-
; don la the world is said to be that; be- Indian
mediately after its adjournment in seen whether the supply will fill The array of Florida' railroads ongtnz to Lord Bute, called "Mount- River Steamboat Co.

at least two widely circulated newspapers the demand at that rate. If not, does not show up very strong flnandaily. luirt, and situated near Rothesay.KngUnd. E9sAO1e..
was nothing but the rankest it seems to us that It would be better If the credit of the J.T. do K. ) It coven nearly two acres, audII

parsimony.Ir for the borrower if he were W. is better than any other in the built and in balconies Gothio style being the of stone.walls, The turU > +

permitted to pay twelve, or'even State, what must be the financial immense tower Ia the centre of the bulldog tat
only a few of the many fifteen per cent., rather than not condition of those other foads' It is 120 feet high, with a balcony

schemes which have been planned, be able to borrow at all. would not require a very good credit around the top. Hrrid
and the corporations which have to be superior to that'of the The halls are constructed entirely of
marble and alabaster
all the
been formed with a view of developing THE PHOSPHATE INDUSTRY Florida Southern now in the hands inUhed ia mahogany, rosewood rooms and wii-are

the Indian BiTer section, of a receiver, br of the F. C- P. but; the fireplaces are all carved marble I&8TE..IIIERS rags i &114 M'fj8: y.p.TitriD..... .. .W:08 .. .. DaD!" neep' Ke1boer1W1 and ...,
should down business basic of antique designs. a__.. lea... JIt at 71 p J'rW&1S. ptoS U aa fWoJapllM.
get to a R. R., which has been through a _o.IaC JetUo Jlelboane : .... cI&il,. forTl&UYIlIoI.
I r- &
The exact cost of this palace b not J upi I. p.se.Toadsy0 Tlaan4&,.&ad .
this particular portion of 'the In Polk and Hillsborough counes receivership or of the numerous 1v.um at squoae 8aterda lla&ng eouaectloo. for Tttaavine.a
jjown, bat been = not wood above,and local
estimated rout&c. to
,
uta would more than double ia ii proving a bonanza to the other one-horse lines throughout ,,t less than $10000,00r I *. ..a CABLE n. erase.. ,Jackao.ruU., F>s. apply
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.':).1'-.:.';.". Proprietor. Fort -Pierce. THE GOTTEN HOUSE. H... Tie: Pioneer Dealer In INDIAN RIVER LUMBER ,COM

r. : Taylor's Creek has become'quite a (SUMMER RESORT) "
GENERAL :MERCHANDISE Incorporated Feb. 8 1891. \
,Lake Worth. bathing resort., t Sewanee Tenn. ..

The last week has brought ns In two H. BAUSON: Manager. \ 'I,; '
.The Fourth was a pleasant, cool summer residents,'who Are. situated below the : Eau Gallie.I i\:

V day, and by 11 o'clock all who were store. V'- : UNDER 'MANAGEMENT OF MRS., keep ')In Stock a Choice; variety of TITUSVILLE. FLA;: ,;.' '>t':::
hot
to take part In the rifle match and picnic At present ,we Are having very : ..
', } were at Juno. The train came In at weather, with plenty of rain and Insects, JOE H. SMITH, OF JACKO VILLE. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, t V "," ".\
10 o'clock, with the Juno and Hope thrown In. CROCKERY TOILET ARTICLES, ETC HOUSES FRAMED, TO ORDER. ; ,

f Sound shooting people.began. Not The long target after was 12 placed the The "Sparkle," Capt. Kltolilng's boat, NOW OPEN. Apply for Terms. And will Sell as Low'AS the Lowest HARRISON. BROTHERS' MIXED PAINTS, unequalled for beauty and-lasting I ;- .

.''' on the railroad track, one hundred yards passed here on Saturday, on her way; Call and examine my Stock. 18 I qualities. Color Cards and prices on application. !

*' north of the court house. The boys down the river. Special Effort Mack, to Entertain I Agency for the "Aermoter, ," the beat Wind Engine made. -n
; could shoot any way, except a dead real. The Florida Canning Company's boat, Ottettt. J. E.ENDER & CO., : -" -- 1

:The following Is the score, as kept'. by Capt. Carrow In command, left Honda; Professional '
Mr. J. J. White: for her Usual trip down the river. Refer to Capt. Joe'Smith, Tttusvllfe.ejungmo. "'VO'"-a'toh"akors M. Sanders, v
LAKE WORTH. I
Roswell K. Drown, Captain; Junlus A large rattlesnake was killed In MrBevlll's AltaYARUFACTURIRG I Ogoa4iM.Rosbtxl. Dealer in ,
house last week. It measured JEWELERS

Rowley C. W. Pierce, Referee, 4444 18 six ton.feet, and had seven rattles and.a but W, H, GLEASON &: CO, Titusville,. Fla, :nOBBINS A GRAHAM, GOODS NOTIONS
443 ,15
R. L. Cook, 4 t. ,
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R. X. Brown, 3343* 13 Mr. Roy Shear has bought four acres ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES Repairing of Fine and Complicated j ATTORNEYS- ''
IL P. Dye, 5 4 4 8 18 of land from Mr. F. B. Everett. He Intends Watches; setting of Diamonds and other TrrvsviLLfc, Brevard Co.
J. P. McKenDl4 2 ,3' 3 12 putting out A few pineapples this Precious Stones. HOX.JSO.: r
(. W. Hendrlckson, 4444 16 and r.o. STATIONERY,' ,
summer. TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS ,EXAMINED Alligator" and Hog Tusks Carved Will practice In all th counties
r,. J: Clark, 3443 13 Mr. B. Merriwether left here last weekfor Mounted for cane-heads, brooches, eta Circuit and In the I Rupreme( FAMILY MEDICINES, : l .
J. D. West, 8343 15 AND PERFECTED. rUlt''" for Examining and -
Shell made. GARDEN .
SEEDs.
16 the Gulf Coast, where he Intend Jewelry '
M. B. 4444 Title (Cnrrennondenre
Lyman, '
V;, ; W. H. Parkin, 4433 13 making his home. we,wish him much Abstracts Famished and Re-Sumy In S.from. Ray PdRtoffice.s new building,. opposite ant and Heir to Biwnlea (IranU.Money ICE GROCERIES,

.,-r&' G M. Bradley, 3808 9 luck. corner Prompt attention to all orders by mall to Loan. MAPES' FERTILIZERS,.
-. 'Louis Bradley, 8343 12 Frank Everett has now' got fifteen Obtained. or otherwise. PATENT FLOUR. -
JUPITER. thousand slips set out on his place. II e D.:L. O.4t1LDlUf, J. T.
': J. H. Grant, Captain; G. ArtlngsUll, Intends putting out another fifteen thou Defective Homestead And Pre-Emptio Notary. Attorney L F1or:1d.Ae: : ;

".?Referee. sand this summer. Entries Corrected and Pofected., HODGES & GODFREY
,, L. E. Rice, 8 50\ 0 5 Claims before the '
8048 10 W. T. HABBIK. Adjusted Depart. & SANDERS V. ::E=I.oKers-
/ r A. F.,Miller, meat at Washington. Manufacturers of GAULDEN
J. A. Miller 3454 16 '
IN
J. H. CarDn 4338 13 A the of M. S. Correspondence solicited. 16 i CLOTHINQ,
carpenter by name -
"flr C. W. Carlln, 3343 12 Powers, fell from the roof of a house In EAU GALLIE, FLA. Yellow Pine, ,Lumber Famishing Goods; Shoes, HatS ,
tr., John Clemlnson, 0244 10 I East DesMolnes, Iowa, and sustained a Will practice In all I the Courts ,'
,, J. A. Wells, 3463 14 painful and serious sprain of the wrist, JtOUOn DBK80KD: of Florida,and tbe United States Umbrellas, Trunks, Valises '
), 0433 10 I Pine & LumberOF Orange Vox Hmul, '' \ ,
W. Smith which he cured with one bottle of Cham Cypress Cntfoa. FINE CIGARS '>
Fruit ,Vegetable Etc.
P.< .Box 338. ; .
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T. A. Taurman, 2430 9 berlaIn's Pain Balm. lie says It Is worth ? -
E. P. Wolllard, '3430 9 $5 a bottle. It cost him 50 cents. For ALL KINDS, on Lumber thronrb dellYeml bill of lading.at any Anyone>.rt of Indian River.. Money to Loan. house in town making a pe-.
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J. H. Grant, 4343 13 sale by Dixon & Gray 2\*3 Intt building on the Eant Coast, would do well to Gents Furnishing Goods.,
C. W. Christian, 4654 18 ROUGH OR DRESSED. writ for priced. The gawmlll situated on theJ. In and examine my stock and '
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.,T.A K.W.Ry.,s mile south or I-aUtka. .

4 Lake Worth, TOT.u.s. 165. Market Review. Shingles, Lath, ,Orange, Pine. Brainerd.Aeenta I Cocoa,K.Billing|Eau Gallle. erao.pd,Eugene DR. M. D. L. DODSON, / prices.' consideration Cash customers competitors com ,

Jupiter, 139. NEW: YORK, July 20, 1891. confer., -
Putnam Fla.3oct .
The Hypolnxo Orchestra being present, apple & Yegetable Packages. SatAunialllglits- mo co., SPECIALIST IN convenient. First door ,
V Receipts of watermelons to-day have Ifs
a dance was held In the evening, at the ,.
Court House. The train made a special largely Increased, yet prices are well sustained --- CAL A'MECHANICAL D ;; ADVOCATE office.
trip at about half pant six, and brought owing to the large demand, fancy :- It. will pay parties who contemplate Allree's General Supply Store '
'over a number of ladles, who were not selling at 36 to 28c; prime 15 to 20o; building to call on, or address us. Mil TITCBTILLB,
1-present during the day. The dance small 10 to !2o. LeConte pears, $4. at DoLeon Springs. I* the place'to Hell What.You Don't, Want and & (OKAY ,
broke up at 12, sharp, as It was Sunday to $5.: per bbl; crates 75o to $1.25. Tomatoes Orders promptly filled. Buy What You 1K'>. T\n. B. L. WILLS ",,
In heavy supply 75o/ to $1. HARDWARE, Paint Olll, Dealer In
after 12 o'clock. one said, "We per !, Farming Imple-
had pleasant Ever; thanks to Mr.Qulmb orate Muskmelons $ .50 to $3.50 per Chandler & Landers, menu Builder Material,Musical Initrumenti, Chemicals, Perfumery Toner V '
bbL Sweet potatoes red N. C., $4. to P. O. ,THE FLA. FDRNmrOB, and the New PROCESS VAPOR PHYSICIAN A :
) : $5. Onions, $4. to $fl. per bbL Florida SPRINGS UTOYK/whlob li death to an other: A graduate of the Fine Soaps, Stationery .5 J\\
Palm Beach enjoyed a very quiet pineapples arriving, selling 12 to 16o. J. L. Casper, Agent Tropic, FlaW sylvania, and an
Fourth. Eggplant, $2. to $3.50 per bbL Boston. 29m- mo years In practice, offers "
Trout. fishing Is "all the go" on the marrow squash, $2. per bbL I the citizens of Titusville SPECTACLES ASEWING '

lake. G. S. PALMEB. N.HENDRY omcx:': .oven J. w. : MACHINES ,.5''x .
Pistols, Sewing Machines and! ,' -
Since the 4th.of July,' 2.07 inches of ..
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Repaired. Watches Clock-A
T A RUE P ELY ,' ,J;; ,
Dealer In' "
rain has fallen. Chamberlain's:, Eye and SkIn a Specialty,

Mr. James Porter has several negroes Ointment. !U8TICB OF THE'PEACE Books and School Snppkes.'

working on his homestead* A certain cute for chronic Sore Eye, General Merchandise Notary Public for the But I taken at pnblisher'a prtaea \ :J1.

Master Willie Moore has been a visitor Tetter. Bait Rheum, Scald Bead. Old Contractor and Builder of over ,.,. ooks, Magazines, etc.. .
in Hypoluxo for the last three days Chronic Sons Fever Sores Eczema DRY GOODS, rience. Natural Finish a carefully compou.ndod'at' ,:: :'!i

;A Chas Pierce' and' Louis and Guy Itch Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipple prb MELBOURNE; FLA.William' day or night 1.

Bradley left for Jupiter on the 12th, to and Files. It U cooling and IOOthIn NOTIONS t

attend, dance there. Hundreds of cases lave been cured by STATIONERY, iVD f : : :: --= 8
whear
Comstock It after all bther treatment bad failed.It Drayman.Hauling 4
Last week Mr. J. W. caughta
ten pound blue fish off his dock, ,witha to put up in 25: and 60 cent boze Choice Groceries, done at i11f'J.
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rod and reeL tends all departing and Medicines
MIBIS, FLA. Ing trains
Miss Edwina Horton, Of Cape Canaveral FORWines !

Is visiting her brother, Frank Morton I II I ADVOCATE Orders left office with will O. D. Perfumery and Toilet, Articles'! l ;: ,. <:i.i i

at Juno. C. J. HECTOR attention. ,' ,.,
Judge P. W. White,' of Quincy, Fla., Spirits what the people. say about this stoves j 'conlltantll'o. hand' at'1" '' 'J f.ii: : '-
Dealer In :f '> /, : : .,
General : .r '
spent the Fourth In Juno i. also Mr. W. .
Lathe.Messrs. Mr/Altree t .ctieerfnlly teitlf*to :as:. 33. EI't.I.:: "" j" ;" 'i:. r
IL H. Gleason, of Ean ;. I1: [erohA.ndiseMelbourne /admirable qualities of the New ITooeM Screven's, .' ,'

Thomas Wilkins and E. :Beers tatotith luullne,and Btove.cannot We point bare to a hail single on.taul&over six BRICKLAYER &' I ,!" ,"; .r. '

Brown, of Miami also Robt. Thompson, Fla. __ ,n.C.alt H.4.lorlmKOOur. DRUG STORE. ;" .i-;':: ft.r _.
P. W. Merritt and E. L. White, were at .......'"..'...,Mej E.ls91. tit tiv ,
Titusville
Juno this week.H. CIGARS ETO.OF find a"gnat aaylnv of gasoline the New latest
Newspapcw Periodl
Hats Shoes Prooeu over the 01.,. lE keel'01. iD a pel'J..tual Work contracted for on -
Goods
D. Pierce and A. W. Garnett left THE FINEST Clothing, Dry state uf wonder and delght.Tlta.vBb Indian River '. ;
on the 7th for Titusville, with the sharpie QUALITY, eelMnBldey WUbur.I .
Just Arrived. ; :Ha'lIth,
"Illinois, In company with Capt. GO TO Splendid Goods
Win. Moore and wife, In the schooner am delighted with the New Process Vapor :
"Bonton." Losloy & Renaker.Families OILS, PAINTS,'HARDWARE, LEAD "tove. It U more than I exraoted.** B, IflIfino,: RECEIVED/

DRUGS, GROCERIES GRAIN'Of j5 Wuer. '
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1'1tunWe.1'IL.
May Bth,, .;
Mrs. E. M. Brelaford left for Jackson ,
Supplied. all kinds;, and in fact a full line of
ville last Saturday, on a visit to a sister everything. Call and examine ,li '/ '"
there. Mr. Brelsford joins her later, EDEN AT .,, ', "
when they will go to visit Mr.Brelsford's
sister, Mrs. Hood, in Tennessee Notice of Incorporation Notice to Debtors and Creditors. I I I4 r' V
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Some of Hypoluzo's: people, as well. Of the De Soto Beach Improvement Co. ALL CREDITORS to dUtrlbutio, lu, ateee and persons en. rl All %ii. :
some from other parts of the Lake, rrankB.8ackettdeoeaedareherebnoU.out of the 'mtate or PINEAPPLE Eau ,:
couldn't attend the picnic at Juno, because 1. The name of this eorporatlon ahall be the Bed to preeent their claims and demand to the .. ...
"De Sow Beach and .'
"had much Improvement Company. ondenlirned,ftule executrix of aaldeitata. !': ... -
they too work to do. X. The general nature of the bul..... of the with. .
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ntwpyearaprtnli notio. will be pleaded la ::: : :. -
Young men, remember that the Fourth eorporatloa chali be the development of a town bar of such claim. All penoiu owing| Mid .' ;
comes but once a :year. alta and seaside retort upon a oertf In tract, of >are hereby required to..ttb their aoconnu eiUU FLA. .
land
extending from the Banana Klver the
Atlantic Ocean, abort dlrtanoe from with the undanlgmd,promptly.or matt .W be PLANTATION.T. ,
the
The young people from Hypolnxo who property luUtu&e4 fur Uaelr eotl0etkw. SUBSCRIPTION a {
known ae the De Auto Grove. Bald tract ( S
attended the Fourth at Juno, were as [tatameat ,
of land U known and deacrlbed ai lo o..,to. Bob Executrix ot the last W sod '
follows: Louis and Guy Bradley and wit LoW leven and e\cbtol section twentyIreand 01 J'J&ak B.Sackett,deoeased. The Pioneer
and Chas. W. lota one and two of thlrty-eix, aUI.Q town 111"0& '33. '
sitters, Rose Maggie; B:1oharCl: For terms and V
Lillie hip twenty-&wo, eonth of range thlrty-eeven aample'copfe. .
Pierce and sitter, Miss ; Mr. AL cut, and containing one hundred and
Laubacb and Mr. M. B. Lyman.Mr. eight acres, more or leee. The company ell shall tr- Notice of Incorporation Eden Iddla R1rer, notlda.s C. H. NAUMAN, ', '
bare power to take such steps u It may led na.ceaiary TrrcsYim Brevard
: to promote tbe general object of lu Oftht Tit avUk, Oak Hill and Canaveral

Van Pelt, editor of the Craig,Mo., Ida incorporation reeort by to-wtt dlipoclng,tbe of derelopmaut lou& erecting of build-a aa- SUamboat and Traiuportation Company. JELLY GLASSES;/." .'r

Meteor, went to a drug store at Hilitdale, togs and eonatrueUng a tramroad through tberuierty t. Tie name of this corporation shall be"The m i '' i ,
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Iowa, and asked the physician in attendance > from Banana Hirer to the AUantlo TUoirllle, Oak Hill and Canaveral; Bteainouat
him dose of for (beau beach,and to provide mean!of transportation and TranaportaUoa Company.S. -
to something
give a for IU members and patroni from TUue- The general nature of the bnalneu of the ,. B f .
cholera morbus and looseness of the
ville and other tributaryjpotnta o pr tr&Dapol'S&UoDottrelp&
bowel He says: "I felt so much bet. I. Tbe capital stack of eorporatloa hall and oprsa.si.urus.hral.lbe the Indian and IJuaiaa +Gl'S' ilg3 it.nuef 1D. .,
ter the next morning that I concluded to be fire tbouaaad duUara. divided Into one hun Blrare and Creek, and the Moequlto. Lairuon. in (.14faJaf,+ /frt/r{ ras', t
dred sham of fifty doIIarg each to be pa14.p the eoanttee of Brevard,DIode and VohulaTaad ;
call on the physician and get him to fix ill full, 'a the moM eonvenlent point on the IIIUuIaa rp '
me a supply of the medicine. I was surprised 4. The corporation shall eommenos bnalnea* Hirer to reach the high! of Canaveral. ee 1 A* :
when he handed me a bottle of upon Sling lu article of incorporation with the .. Tbe capital itock of tbe --.& IIb&U al l t '' :: A .
be ftre thawed Uollan, Into ,
Sectetar6uu and with the Clerk of the divided one hu.redaharee *
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrbcea Circuit Court 1a and for Brerard county,and ,of Afty dollars tech,to be paid ap 1 o
Remedy. He said he prescribed it aball continue for a period of twenty man.ft. Ia lall. ; : IMPROVED ;., ,
his and found it The buatneae of tbe company ahaU be con 4. The corporation mbar Commence on the 01- ,1 e '
regularly
practice,
ducted by rYwIdeut,flecntary;Traaearer and ins of he artlclea of UoorporatioB with tbe 8eotetary 1" .>" !
,the best he could get or prepare. I can Board of Three Director Tbeliuardof Direct- of State,and the clerks of court of the .
testify to it efficiency my case, at all ore, however, nay be increaaed to five by a manrity DouaUee In which It shall operate,and coottnae BARSy;- 5:4 S
event" For sale by Dixon A Gray. 213 rote at Ute.-kboldera.., the company, for Ute period of ftftrrean.. ',\ -
who may be present at any 'itockauldans. k Tbe.-&be eoapay iballbe con ''M PINTS QUARTS. -t
.-t1JIg. Aoeted by a president.vice-preeid it,lecretarv, ": l ,
Tbe annual atoekbolden meeting shall be treaaorer.and aye dlncton. Aa.lecu..tor di ,
Very Flattering and Appreciative. held at the principal oOtoe of tbs company,atTituarille. rector* ehall be Mid, b, VOM of tile capital o I;I." .' ,
on the firetTuaadayof aepunbaf laeacb & sylliewao principal ottoe of the eompur.in : ,k. f f111
year,at meeting tLe Board of Directon Tttr tbe mrrt Tueaday of Julr, of each .:''tawM "" '-' ,
aball be elect to ....until Ute next annual ,..,. The board of director! shall elect tti k '
Moraovu LTD., July 15th, 1891. meeting.or until their lueonattri are duly. praeldent.vio.i>realdeot.secretary and treaau.r.wbomay ;
qnaltfted. Tbe Board of Director aball be oUrecton or not,nod shall hare orders once.
Bert Coast Adeocale: the fneident. Vloe-Trealdent, Secretary amend ower eetded to.. do Undata Director any two of and said oaoeraanall oflieae. If .JaIRR.. jonr at ,:c: lJ'

,Through my taking your pa- TT Director may also nil any other office bat be Mockhotdenta the oorporatki*. ... W; '.-*" "} ,;\ '*' a'" i .
per, Mr, Jesse Hadley,'of ibis place baa BOB*other than itocknolder aball U onVere of .. The hiKbert amonnt of Indebtedneaa or U. a tM..awtswy."+..1iaaLLL1 -'7Ji" J r., "'
tUlity to watch tbe
ubsbribed for.It He thinks of wintering tb Tb.k7b amount of Indebtedneei or Ume inbee kNIt ehall eonmrat.tr sot ae..d nay oue haU as any the >ifi?r91LVs.. ,', i' ::' ,

on Indian River. I must say, that liability....jec&to .basil tba aball eorporatiua nut exceed may tne-Lalf a! antime oftbe taeefUaeof tbe caplui wuck.R..r. T.DO.oa, ,.-.M"y".w"w..r.. : '

you are publishing the beet country pa.per face ralue of iU capital atock.i. w.Rows, b_-i. r.s.a. ..r..ea.IisC. ADVERTISE in this V
A.4.1tnw..,, t'J-.... .. w
O WALTOV.J. ,
I ever read. C. H. NAv.AS Pap
K. LABOCKTT. W.M. Know,. z: w"A&.L&caa .
Yours very truly, C. H- WALTO, N.M. Ysav, ,
0_ M. RacMn, L H.JUl'. saw t+a....."......... L t. t
G. QOOTOX. JHt WAUU B. UaAJLaK. f1'Ot 5.r.Our. I I :"
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and breath the fresh elr: plunge deeper tt- IMSW star. Oh, hearer, looking oat ttronfth .DOUBLBBIULS.
REV. DR. .TALIAGK. to badness." What poot"&iI..oel. Get year the darkness of thy soul const tboa see a $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN $65Is

.1 minded Itl wen everything 1* nptnned bright Jlght beaming: on tbec "Where
with the bereavement, and everything reminds > you say; ? How tan I find Itr Look! Curious Bank- Note Issued by 'Hls- It possible aflrst-olass Buggy with Silver-plated Dash Rail, Seat i

rut JmOOKLYfI' fr'v NE'9: SUN you of what yon hare lost ?let your along by the line of the Cross of the Bono takey the Ooven ment.: Rail, Handles, 'Hub Bands an: Shaft Tips, for above price? ,t
mind off it I Ttfey might as well advise you God. Do you not see it trembling with an
DAY SEItMOtf. to stop thinking and you cannot stop thinking tenderness and beaming with all hope. It., The officials of the Bureau of EngraveIngand 3 au S
In that direction. ,Take a walk: In the Is the Star of Bethlehem. Printing at Washington not long p A > ICo t') "r
fresh alrl Why along that street W received from the cashier of the : Q :
.ttoo Truth very Deep horror then my vitals f rose, ago
to >
Ial\Jflets: "Wlruwwes that very road, she once accompanied you.. Dtattutrnek I ceased the tide to stem First National Bank at Washington, N. } < >- III t') !PIm.
,of Cbrl tIAnlt,." Preached( Out of that grass plot she plucked"flowers, Wbeo..ddenJ,altAr roM-. two 'denominations. ::Sf-.J 'iz m ,
bank note of
Into that show It was the 8ia of Bethlehem. J., a w o i t
at JIJ.h Bredeto, K,.) or window she looked fascinated :: O ') Aa
saying "Comesee the pictures." Go Oh, hearers, get your eye on it. It Iseaslpr By tome remarkable mistake the face of p 0 A : 0 ) fk
deeper into buslnenl Why she was associated for you now to become Christians than It Is the note contained the figures and devices Z/II i

Trrri "Wt art ictfiussss."-Acts lit, IS.Bbtnding with all your bUM_ambition, and to stay away from Chriet and bnavon. When of a twenty dollar bill, while the 4 X: a o o ;

amid the bills and groves of Ken since she has gone you bare no ambition left. Mme. Sonfcur; began her musical career she reverse was that of a ten dollar national f- o'I :'Ico a
tacky and before this great multitude that Oh. this is a clumsy world when it tries to wu hissed off the stage at Vienna by the bank note. 0 a: w < n I
comfort friends of her
a broken heart rival Amelia Bteinlnger who
,no man can number most will of whom I In never this I can build a CorllM. engine, I can paint a bad already begun to decline through, her With the curiosity the cashier of the h a :z 0 X s'
see again !:
and "II'
taw before never practical theme In Raphael's"Madonna," I can play a Beetho dissipation bears passed on, and one) day bank of Washington N. J., sent a rather : ) E rq
world, I choose of George very seep eneoo,the pertector yen s symphony. easily. this world van Mme. Bontag, in her glory wee riding sarcastic note, intimating that his bank' < 0 c oP'
the days comfort broken baart. And have through the streets of Berlin when er > 0 t'zt'c
the eolenUet.proved a yet you : she sa" not into the freak business
of the locomotive engine been comforted. Hair was It doss' Dd| a little child leading a blind woman and she was going : : < O !' > >'
:
that railroad trainSold 1'1
conclusively a Christ come to you and say 'Get your mind laid "Come here, my little child, corns and adding. that as the note .had !been 10"-0 :
never be driven by bat steam the power rushing successfully exjrew off tMs. Go out and breaths the fresh air. b..... Who Is that you are leading by the counted as a twenty dollar bill, he would 3 m S. orr
without
trains from Devils Liverpool to Edinburgh, Plunge deeper1 Into business* No.There. hand," And the Htttechild replied ufhnt's: thank the Treasury Department to sendIn 'Write for our New SO page Catalogue of all kinds,of Vehicles.
and from Edinburgh to London, have made was a minute when He cams to yoa-per my mother! that's Amelia Btelnlager. She place of it a bill of that denominationabout AddressSOUTHERN '
nation witnesses of the splendid laps In the>watches of the night perhaps used to be a gnat singer bat she !lost her which there could be no question.
all the your place of 'business, perhaps along the voice, and she cried so mnch about It that BUGGY CO.
achievement street and Us breathed something into your she ot her eyesight." "Give my love to Upon receiving the letter and enclo.. '

Machinists that steamer and navigators could never proved cross conclusively the soul that gave peace, rest, infinite quiet, eo her" said lime. Bontagr, "and tell her on ure the Treasury official requested General CINCINNATI OHIO U. S. A.

but a sooner had they snacess- that yon could take out photograph of old acquaintance, will all on her this,after Meredith, the Chief of tho Bureauof
no
Atlantic *
the departed one and look Into the eyes end 1 nova and to have
of such an nndertaklnir Engraving Printing, a
fully proved Impossibility the face of the dear one and say i "It la all The next week in Berlin a vast assemblage
the work done and the made. Gen
than was right. She is better off. I would not call gathered at a benefit for that.poor blind: most searching investigation
Jl&lIIIIIgon the Canard White, and the Inman, her back. Lord I thank Thee that Thou has woman, and it was said that Bontag sang eral Meredith was at first alarmed at the
and the National, and the Star linesare comforted ." that night as she bad never sung before. evidence of some glaring oversight on the i
There went a of
guffaw
witnesses. at Profensor Morse's op There are Christian parents hers who are And she took a skilled oculist, who in vain part of some of his subordinates.The .

wide to laughter make!; the lightning of heaven proposition his errand willing to testify to the power of this Gospel! tried to give! eyesight to the poor blind Bureau of Engraving and Printinghas
to comfort. Your son bad just graduated woman. Until the day of Amelia Steiningers -
and it was proved conclusively been considered marvel of
boy, always a
from school and into death Madam
or college was going! Bontag took care of her
that the thing could never be done; but now business, and the Lord took him. Or your and her daughter after her. That was what perfect surveillance and continual check et / '
wide world in
of the yourbands
all the news morning and night put barn made all daughter bad just graduated from the young the queen of song did for her enemy. Bat and countercheck on every little detail.In IE9BE9Ilflfl' ;
every witnesses. ladies'' seminary and you thought she was oh, hear more thrilling story still. Blind all its history it ban never lost by
cations going to be a useful woman and of long life, Immortal and loot thou who when Ii G
poor ;
and mistake of the
Bo in the time of Christ It was proved conclusively world theft a single note, a
but the Lord took her, and you were tempted the and Christ were rivals for thy
that it was Impossible- for Him to to say, "All this culture of twenty years for heart didat bias thy Lord away-Christ! nature described was considered among tor ,x
the dead. It was shown logicallythatwbenaman
rise from Or the little child home to \thee to the impossibilities.
nothing came comes now give sight; give theea
dead hewas and
was and, the dead having from school with the hot fever that stopped home, to give thee heaven. W.lth more The mistake having occurred in one
and the liver longs
the heart,
ceased to perform their, offices, th.lImbe not for the agonized prayer or for the stillf than a Bon tag's generosity He comes now to instance, however General Meredith\ .
ul physician, and the little child was taken. meet;your need. With more than a Bontag'smusic have r
''would be rigid beyond all power of frictionor feared chat it might been repeatedin
Or the babe lifted out of lIe to for deliver.The
was your arms by comes plead thy: .
arousal They showed It to be an absolute I
All bank
others. notes are printed in R
and stood wonderIng
some quick epidemic, yon ance. NG
that the dead Christ should
absurdity why God ever g&Y8)'ou that child at all blocks of four on one sheet and 250 n
.enr get alive; but no sooner bad they If lIe to take It And Morphine Craae. in bundle that there S FOR' -
proved this than the dead Christ arose, and so soon was away. yet sheets are a so are PIANO
you are not repining you are not fretful, always 1,000 notes worked off at one TONETOUCH FACTORIES
the U1HU1LF1CB beheld Rim| heard Hie voice, not God. What' The use of morphine has taken on anew .
and talked with Him, and they took the witness you are fighting against printing. The thought! occurred to the
enabled to stand all the trial form In Paris, where the abuse of t INTHEy0
stand to prove that to be true which the "you chief the entire last issueof FINIS I' e'Y .
Oh "I took the medicine that is carried qN
the
:wiseacres of toe day had proved to be you say powerful drug on openly thatlerhap. R L p.
for the
God sick soul In distress I New Jersey
antic t
gave my my
sible; the record of the experiment and systematically.. The use of the mail
. ithetestimony is In the text "Him hath threw myself at the feet of a sympathizing I- pocket Instrument for Injecting the drug bank: was mado up of the hybrids. I
God; and when I was too weak to pray or to
witnesses.God raised"from the dead whereof we are look up He breathed into me'peace that I under the 'skin ia quite universal now, The investigation was prosecutedwith

f Now let me play the skeptic for a memeat. think must be the foretaste of that heaven and thousands qf unhappy victims clingto vigor, and at last the 'cause of the

I'Tbore Is no God" says the skeptic, "for I when there"is neither a tear nor a farewellnor been it as a great blessing all over the coun trouble was discovered. It appears that ,
have never seen Him with my physical eyeMgbt a grave. Come all ye who bare The of it also in printing the tens and twenties the
try. use attest "
out to the grave to weep tuere-come, all :re growing "TERRE HAUTE NEWPORT
Your Bible II of contradic
a pack four notes struck off,at one time are not
tions. There Diver was a miracle. Lazarus comforted ., get up off your knees. Is to the foot that in the near future some
was not raised from the dead, and the water there no power In this Gospel to soothe the thing will hare to be done to restrict the all of the same denomination. Thereare
heart Is there in this to three of kind and
no power religion always one tho
was never turned into wine. Your religions ; sale of the drug and put it beyond the .
of There
quiet the wont paroxysm grief fourth of another in this instance three
an Imposition on the credulity of the ages. ;
from comforted widow reach of all those who wtah to abuse
comes up an answer
There is an aged man moving In that pawu tens and one twenty.
though be would like to respond. Here arehundreds hood and orphanage and childlessness, saying themselves with it. In Franco, two es.tabllshments. The plate printers were examined and

people with faces a little flushed "Ay, ay we are wltne&llflll"Aaln or "institutes," as they
1 remark that wears witnessesof one of them recollected that when the

this at these.throng announcements there ls a ,suppressed and all through feeling the fact that religion has power to alv.NmpolUfl are called, hare been opened, which particular notes were being printed one

fwhloh would like to speak out In behalf of la the last moment. I shall greatly resemble opium joints. The rooms sheet of three tens and one twentyafter s

, {the truth of our glorious Christianity. as in never forget We the first the time cornfields I confronted in the are luxdrioosly fitted up, furnished with ,having been printed on one tide only,
death. went
across l
witnesses the" days of the text. crying out We are country. I was led by my father's band books, pictures, newspapers, and in this had fallen to the floor.

'' The fact Is that it this world Is ever and we came to the farmhouse where the bereavement place, the victims of the drag can receive The explanation of -the 'misprint was

trough to God It will not be through argument had come and we saw the crowd injections morphine at pleasure.The then easy. The assistant pressman who

but through testimony. You might of wagons and can-lazes; but there was one price is $1.00 for the first one, and picked up the sheet had misplaced it on
corer the whole earth with apologies for carriage that especially attracted my boylll1attention. the bundle. When the second
and learned and It had black plumes. I said halt that price for every succeeding one. impression
Christianity would not treatises defenseof 'What's that what's that Why those Nearly all the visitors to the place are was made on the face of the twenty
religion-you convert a soul!
Xecture* on the harmony between science black tassels at the top'"" And after It was poung men and women, often pretty and was printed the reverse of a ten, and

and religion are beautiful mental discipline explained to me I was lifted up toChristian look upon of good birth. It is only,another formof vice versa; the face of one of the three

but hare sever saved soul and never will the bright face before woman this terrible which has seized tons was backed by the reverse of the
craze a
in
who three departed tri
save a souL Put a man of the world and days hence there -
a two ton twen-
twenty; were -
[patent applied for.lThis
nan of the church against each other and umph. The whole scene made an Impr..ooInner debauched public, and unless something ties in tho lot.
the man of the world will, In all probability, forgot.In Is done to check: such public dispensationof Is one of the most convenient pleasure and business vehielaforthelawyer,
It was some months after the detection f-"iLne: man or farmer,on earth. Owing to the construction of tho body
the There and exhortationswe I
get triumph. are a thousand our sermons our lay the tho habit will increase'rap.Idly. .. ...
drug, il it at the same time -y durable and is the .d.
things in our religion that seem illogical to are very apt, when we want to bring illustrations of the mistake that the mate to the flH'1"g"'f_.....* or business .A(0e on tin _I'kd. '
the world and will of to back to discovered. It turned in I
always seem faith dying triumph, go note was up A WRITTEN GUARANTEE GIVEN ON EACH VEHICLE. '
Our weapon in this conflict is not some dUtlnruuhoa personage-to a John Many young, innocent people would Newark, N. J., alter having been in clr i 'fw! ChI14'lilt! b.hint caa bttachiS 01'IIttaoW II on KmU'1'I. Writs fee Woes. .u Wllltl4.
. logic; faith not metaphysics; faith not Knox or a Harriet Newell. But I want you visit luch places for the novelty of the culation some time. It was paid .into
' rotundityfaith; not scholastic exploration. for witnesses. I want to know it you have TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE-AND BUGGY CO. Terre Haute In?
. and allow themselves to
thing probably the the Mutual -
I But then, in order to hare faith we must ever seen anything to make you believe that office of Benefit Life Ia-I' ,
Bare testimony and if fire hundred men, or the religion: Christ can give composure in be t brought .under the powerful! spell of ,, surance Company, and is now in the I :

one thousand men or five hundred thousand the final hour. Now in the court. attorney he: 'drug. In this country no such pub possession: of Mr. Howard Bailey, of

men, or fire million men get up and tell me jury and judge will never admit mere haresoy. lie place exists, but the drug stores answer Newark, who has refused to part with it
that they bare felt the religion of Jesus They demand that the witness most I 3 i
almost the Person at price.-[New York'Herald *
Christ a joy, a comfort, a help an Inspiration have seen with his own eyes or heard with same purpose. any .
rf4tp
I am bound, as a fair-minded man, to Us own ears, and so I.am critical in my examination 111 all ranks of society are becoming enslaved j 's
accept their testimony. I want to put before of you now and I want to know by the fatal passion, ruining their Horse Caprices. ; :

you three propositions the troth of whether you hare seen or beard anythingthat health and in the end s
which I think this audience wW attest with makes you believe that the religion of utterly, destroy All horses have their fancies 'and-
their mental. This extensive ,
lug
overwhelming unanimity. The first proposition Christ give composure lathe final hour powers. .
1st We are witnesses that the religion "Oh, yes," you say "I saw my father and misuse of the drug has been more of a ,know perfectly well whom they hare to

<(If Christ If able to convert seoul. The Uospsl mother depart. There difference curse than a blessing to humanity.Yahiet .- deal with. 1 am just now exercised with .
may hare had a hard time to conquer, in their deathbeds. Stang by the Whitefeet a mare :which I bought x I

we may have fought it back but we were one we felt more veneration. By the other, Illadi. young, and ha lately come out of the uI *dh4s ,
vanquished. You say conversion Is onIr.an I there was more tenderness." B fore the one bands of breaker with twoor
a professional tAp
imaginary thin&. W. know you bowed perhaps in awe. in the other Kentuckian Burgoo. r> Stroke, II I
three tiresome whims. I do not think
are witnesses," There like J
never was so great a caps you felt as if you would to go along "
change In our heart. and life on any other with her. How did they fuel in that last: "Burgoo explained Colonel James that he understood her. When an unbroken -

ubjoot as on this. tour? How did they seem to act? Were Orr, of Corington, to a Cincinnati Commercial filly she was most obedient to THIS Is the machine that i

PeopI.laugbed at the:missionaries Midgascar they very much frightened Did they take reporter, "is one of .the oldest me. One dal I found her in the draw
because they preached ten yean bold of this world with both hands.though; Kentucky dishes we have. No one I ing-room. To rerch it she had walked used in the Office,
without one convert; but there are many they did not waut to give it up? "Oh, no,"
thousands of converts in Madagascar to you ear. "no; I remember.though it werereaterday knows Who first made 'burgoo,' nor does Into the house by the front entranceand Court-room, and for reporting :

day. People laughed at Dr. Judson, the ; she had a kind word for ns all, any one know where or how it got its after traveling a corridor some forty feet I CINCINNATI 110 MILES

Baptist missionary, because he kept on and there were a few maotantoes distributed peer name. long had passed through three door. lectures and sermons. Shortest andQuickest

preaching in Burmah five yean without a among the children,and then she told us how is out-of-doors ways. There the was, examining furniture ,
single convert; but there are many thousands kind we must be to our father In his loneliness 'Burgoo' an C1'es.tlon smelling nicknaeks and lookingout While its speed i Is greater than any Compartment and Pullman Palace!
of Baptuta in Burnish to-dar. Pea pie and then she kissed ns goodbr and went and pots of 'burgoo' have simmered
laughed at Dr.Morrison in China for preach asleep as a child In a cradle." What made over a hot fire in the sun at every big of the window.. I expected a scene, other known method it is so simple Sleeping Can through without change,

ing there seven yean without a single con her so composed Natural courage gathering in the State since since she was as good as wild, having that any intelligent person can gain a making direct connectionIn

version; but there are many thousands of "No" you say; "mother was very nervous never been made acquainted with saddle speed of 100 words
Christians China to-day. People laughedat ; when th.l'arrlare inclined to the side henry Clay was a boy, and years before bridle or shoe. Yet she behaved or more per min I DEPOT for oNST.I LOUIS

the missionaries for preaching at Tahiti of the road she would cry out; she wee too. like a lady not only daintily ute, in five or six weeks without the And the WEST and with Through carlines

fur fifteen yean without single conversion always rather weakly." Whitgave_ her "It fa not only ell extremely palatable walking young about choirs;and tables without aid of an instructor. Circulars and I for ,'
and at the missionaries for preaching m Ben- composure \Pas It because she did not care
gel seventeen,..,...without a single conversion much for you and the pug oparting: w. dish, if you can call it that, but it's very damage, but exhibiting solitary self- testimonials sent to all who mention L.rIlb4GOlid the

;ret in all those lands there are multi not great "Ohyou laT."I She showeredupon nourishing. 'Burgoo' U a cross between consciousness> especially when she came this paper.. NORTHWEST.

tudes of Christians to-dav. us a wealth of affection; no mother a stow and a soup. It 1s always made to look at herself in a mirror. This she I also with ugh car

But why go sq far to find evidences of tb. net loved her children more than mother in the open air. The.'burgoo' the Blades did with much interest, getting first one L T. PIERCE, FiYETTE, OHIO. I InesDuFFAIo for DEtROIT I I
Gospel's power to save a soul? "We are wit loved us; she showed it by the way she
of Grass ate today was very ricn. aide of her face and then the other into and
o.ss" We vftre so proud that no man nursed us when we were sick, and she toiled Sole
could have humbled us; we were so bard for' ns until her strength gars out. What; How was it made Well, I took abig the most appreciable position. It ) Agent for U. S. and Canada. andtheEsst

that no earthly power could have melted us. ben; was It that gave her composure In the caldron, put some red' pepper podsIn seemed to me that she smiled. 'When Only one change of carsburcr

Angels of God were all around about us; they last hour Do not hide it. Be frank and the bottom, added some potatoes, tomatoes she had gazed her fill. I said, "Now vrtiv
GOuld not overcome us; but one day, parhaps let me know. "Oh," you say "it was because OI IEAfS
come out dear. Then she her THE TRAVELERS Meridto ian l
and then in half put ,
at a Methodist anxious seat or at a Fnabl.terI4n she was so good; she made the Lord corn; put a t ,
catechetical lecture or at a burial oron her portion, and she bad faith that she dozen prairie chickens, U many more warm velvety nose into the hollow of 0 Points in

horseback a seised us and made us would go straight to glory and that we tender 'yellow legs' and a couple dozen my uplifted hand and followed me as I Jacksonville, Florida. AND
ret down unmade us tremble and made u* should all meet her at but at the foot of the : walked backward like a courtier into TEXAS an T.
softshell crabs. I'd hare added
kneel and made for iron." some -
us cry mercy and we the paddock. And yet the professional
tried to wrench ourselves away from the Here are people who say, "I saw a Chris- young squirrels l, but they could not be Breaker had found her hard to I Passengers via this line are afforded an
grasp but we could not. It flung us flat ilan brother die and he triumphed And obtained. manage. 'I|![ The Travelers corner Bay and Cedar excellent view of Lookout Mountain and

and wbtn we arose wereasmuob changed some one else "I saw a Christian sister die,' "When everything is in readiness She was evidently too refined for him, streets Jackaouville, Flo. A new brick surrounding Historic Scenery
M Qourgis, the heathen, who wenrhnto a and she triumphed. Borne one else will say, and resented his coarse manners.-[New
hotel nearest to all railroad
prayer meeting with a dagger gun, to "I saw a Christian daughter die, and she there is enough water put into the cal-,. Orleans Picayune steamboat stations and t

disturb the meeting and destroy ;Trot th.au'day triumphed." Come, all ya who have seen iron to just make the contents float. landings. Especially adapted S. C. RAY, 8. E. Poe Agt, Atlanta .

was greet IJc: "Oh, my great I he last moment of a Christian, and give testimony Then it is put on the fire. It must be The Key to Victory ia War. to transiei.t busme's. Elegantly furnished I Go.
sine I Oh, my Saviour ano/ foreleven in this cause on trial. Uncover your rooms, single or en suite, Tableas D.' i
allowed to simmer slowly for six hours J. MULLANEY Diy Pau.
the leads hands on the old family Agt.,
,yean preached Gospel of Christ put your good as the \best. This hotel was built
to bis fellow mountaineers, the last words Klble.: from which they used to read theromlses and must be itirrred constantly with a No inventions, no changes in arms, furnished and Chattanooga.D.

on his dying lips being 'ree grace!?' Oh, > and promise in the presence of hickory stick. can alter the maxims of strategy. house operated as a (3.00 a day 0. EDWARDS, O. P.-&; T. A.,
It was free grace! high heaven that you will tell the truth. the These immutable. Their ; rates are now reduced to $2.00 a\ I
"A hickory stick U best and is always are use depend.
5"LU! a man who WM for ten veers a whole truth ana nothing but the truth. day, while the service is better than ever. CINCINNATI, O>
the
character of the
drinker. T With what hare with own used, but another might do as well. on captains. Buttactics Breakfast
j dreadful appetite bad you seen your from 6 to 0; lunch from 11 :89
ant down its root around the palate and eyes and what you hare heard with your Then it is nearly done it may be flavored change with inventions in fire to 2:80j; dinner from 3:30 to 7:30. This THE

the tongue and on down until they were own can, Is there power in this Gospel O to suit the taste. It is Hione' arms The maneuvers of the battlefield is the only hotel in
interlinked with the vitals. of the body,mind give calmness and triumph la the last exlg- must depend upon the weapons of the Jacksonville serving
when the meats shredded NEW LEVER SAFETY
and soul but be baa not taken any stimu .ray? ootncs from all sidtM, are thoroughly the danger of his regular meals at these hours All others
lants for two yean. What did that Not rom Theamend old and middle aged "%V. not before. When U done -Urn'IM ire.enemy From upon close have zones to are at least one hour later. Use the

temperance societies. Not prohibition laws. ar.wim-I"! and Colonel Ores eyes fairly sparkled at we gone open Travelers' omnibus, the tickets save 2:1'I
Not moral suasion. Conversion did it. Vou see., my friends, I have not putbefqr the t. order, only to find that scattered groups tents each .
00Wb." said one upon whom the great you any abstraction or a chimera, or any oroalaect.Lodgings! are apt to weaken discipline; and to-day I I wayBURTON'

change had come 'sir, I feel just as though thing like guess work. I present you affidavits mare>> than ever before we need morale
I were somebody else. There is a sea cap of the beat mea and women, living and la Colorado Desert'There and cohesiveness on the battlefield K. BARR8,
tain who swore all the way from New York dead. Two witnesses la court will establish
to Havana and from Havana to Bon Franctoo a fact. Hare are not two witnesses, but are many queer experiences tobe That commander who despite the fearful 10 Proprietor.The '

and wbea he was la port he was worse millions of witneuMS earth and la heaven met with in traveling through the decimation of modern artillery and f a
than when he What that there Is in thisiMligton small can keep his battalions
was oa sea power was testifying power Colorado Desert, said a railroad man IU'U1Io ,
It that washed his tongue clean of pro. to convert the soul, to give comfort the.longest in heart wU win the dav. Damage Was Great.
fealties and made him a psalm singer? Conversion In trouble and to afford composure in the who spent some time at a'DrY'11n that Many intelligent esssays are published to -

by the Holy Spirit There are thousands last hour country to a reporter of the St. Louis prove this or the other system to be the A telegram of Tuesday from Baton
[
of people here today who are no more U tea men should come to you when you G/dJt.lkasoera&' "While camping out to the of the Rouge, La., gives additional particulars S -d
one maneuver coming '
what they ones were than a water Is govern ,
lily a sick with appalling sickness and they
an. Lone Palm I awakened
sUghbhade or a morning lark ls a vulture, lad the same sickness and took a say certain near was one oattledeld, but in truth no one knows or of Mooday'a cyclone and aye; The .i't ..::__........-.1O --- :,;.;: .J;!';:;#
a tick in the stomach. ......- '
night by feeling is
Ofdayjsnljhfc medicine and it cured them you would can argue out what it is to be, A theory damage even greater than at first sup .
Vow. U ;I should demand that all those probably take it. Now tea other' Vben I arose, to my surprise the teat sound to-day is discarded to-morrow posed. In the city proper the loss is estimated The PERFECTION of SIMPLICITYand

people here present who hare felt. the converting men should come up andMY&Ve don't be- wes filled with gas and under my pillow But a tew' facts are patent. Reliancecan at not less than two hundred ECONpMV o* POWER.

from being power ashamed of religion should would rise, so tar have that there U. anything in that medi I discovered a hot spring, that bad erlently be placed only on a strictly national thousand doll 1r1. The board of control
they '"
'pcto clue "Welt I "have tried it!!
their feet with f armors alacrity than they So. I never triad, say it,, but 1 you don't believe just sprung up during the night. army. That nation the breasts of whose estimates the less at the penitentiary: at NO'CII.A.INS. NO GE.A.n8.

aver sprang to the dance, the tears mingling.. there Is any thing in U.M pt courts you discredit The country u dangerous about Volcano citizens are bared for her defense with at tMOOflL VARIABLE STROKE only two aet.
.with their exhilaration as they cried. lee their The honest and which his leaden
are witnesses! And U tried tevUiuoay. .ptioy Iprtags.. There are four springs there patriotism, of Revolving: Bearina's.ee.t .
the. oU Qotpel hyniu they they would break to down sin; come and." say Han i "There to ew no tried power itr la lour Nab which seem to be filled with boiling mud. who Wave no stone unturned to keep The Deadly Cigarette. Hill Climbing and all around

with emotion br the time they got to the r.uro not, "Then avauutf you Let us take the Some parts of i( are as cool a*ice. Then abreast: of war, will remain the strongest Safety made,

aeoondline I testimony of the millions of souls that have you may walk on parti of it M if oa firm No nation in the present: : condition of Harry Curtis, a glass worker eighteen

sheave of Iliac tut dew bed been converted to God and comforted ia rouad. It would not be safe to venture aimed expectancy which pervades all years old, was found dead in bed at t1a T V. 31iIlJd 8'R
ba woos-/ aoptt ol t.svea 4epea1h trial and solaced ia the last boor. Ws will will by better arms or more recent
No Wbaa. I Meal.1M tots nor sine. "We out on, it, for it may sink: ia at any mo. Europe Findlsy, 0.. Saturday, The autopsy
Ttat i ee e man nron till turn. take their testimony as they cry, ora inventions, be able to dispense with bowed the heart
witnessesrProbssor! meat and throw one into boiling mud paralyzed, caused by H. B. SMITH MACHINE GO.
hi foundation. The rule ia
*
"" Henry of Washington. discovered turf enough. I bad a Barrow escape s* held the excessive use of cigarette, b. having
the of the bur lOld
a new star and the tidings aped by of the tad shah days been in tb:. habit of smoking three or
day
mean has trouble the world coma la and submarine Utegraah, and ail tM obnervalories one springs* Gee it bold good aow.-J.TUe Foru>a. four boxes daily SMITHVILLE

,*aj" ":fGw pit/our m-a4: o3 this; go out of Europe wen watching Cor thai never invest It. r* '

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r money. I wanted the t raDdcblldren theretoTiAtheiniipandHown Ind. the other day WM foundto Cabarrns county, North Carolina, recently glorious red. white and bltte-hM undergone 5
for belt.. .a1a' buried at within the sixteen -
thousand dollar died and his body WM several changes past

Hi Keeps Els Eyes and Els Ears a time 1 for it Is a splendid toboggan 1 ter' oa-emongh though be worth he was trenty-one supposed to be poor and Bethel lie was about 80 yean old- WM month 'The admission of North e 1ectrtra'

Open. But they will' see en enough of pleasure.... 01 need .. a bachelor and 'was known to be miserly Dakota, South Dakota, Washington and a

pain.before they May they take Ut, f.trly[ fa myprAJW. Ezra, 'OasXte, a native of Jerusalem, in his habits to a wonderful\ degree. His recently, added font Man to the

I "Carp* diem' Is a rood motto e..1'J-en- was arrested at Tulare, OoT., and\ senten only companions were two dogs and an blue field of the >fUgl' ; then came Idaho,
diem80J01
What Farmers, and Merchants Hare Toy the whether da1. at'CanIe home or abroad, an4 be eed to twenty days in Jail for begging.On old negro woman who had been living and now the latest new state, Wyoming,
day hundred dollars with him during his entire life. Curiousto claims a star in the constellation of the 'f
him fifteen
to Say About the Condition of thin-' to God for hl5"''n-nu.L searching
Au'. WM found abo it him, with a number of say, in his will he left her nothing. union. The flags of the government are : "
the I
People Out There. -- letters from prominent people recommending Ills real estate consisted of 1,800 acres of always changed on the Fousth of July .4 j l'f""rII1I """'"

.. COTTON CROP REPORT. him to the charitable. land. Hit home place, containing GOO and now the spangled banner of forty- If .
acres, he left Jointly to his two nephews, font stars t II the: standard of the union. of your money, you get neltha
Two minion/ bushels J That Is the estimate Over a century ago a party of Span. his benefit nor cure. BUky ;
Allen and Peter Bost The former is Here the terms of tho president'slatest
for In MIstonrL Two rnll.loa: Some Improvement Noted by bluffs are
one for'tho
county river
lards hid of In the
a bar gold
safe and tare ,
left to other announced to tho : the doctor but
bushels of wheat and the harveot has begun. the executor. The balance was order as army '
I was at Marshall last week" the county sit the Agricultural Department. near Roche port, Mo., and despite nephews 100-acre lots each. To his "Tho field or union of the national flag I patient ETerrthing} to gain, noth-

of Saline, which is said to be the richrst July returns to the department 0agriculture efforts of wealth seekers the treasure re nieces he pave nothl g. In old bureau in use in the army will on and after I to 1010. There's Jnrt one nwdi-. l
county ia the State t was In other counties, at show lofni mained unfound until the other day, forty-four infix lug
Washington old In pitcher jars, consist of stars these "
,
drawers sold
cupboard 4 1891 that'scconditionsJust
,
and their good people boasted in the acctu- when with and charts made July cane of its Class op
improvement in cotton condition duringthe a man maps in old clothes in old stockings and lower rows to :.-i
the upper be
tomed way of the county, and claimed that short search pockets, rows one that could
It was the bent in the state except Saline month of June. The general average his appearance and, after. a sad In cracks in his miserable hovel hate eight stars, and the second, third, Medical DMcoTery. -'
Vanball is a beautiful Uttie' city of 8,000 for the whole month has advanced throe discovered the treasure were found $10,000 in'gold, besides a fourth and fifth rows linen stars each." Dr. PierceV Golden ,

people. It is embowered shade and *nTirooed points, atandlng 880.. This la three A lecond.b nd mattress which for two large quantity of gold dust and bullion.He It' 'a peculiar way td Bell,

with beautiful home Homes the point below the July returns for las! months bad been in possession of its had on hand only; a few hundred dollars it-bat it's a peculiar medicine
word not fine to lire in not Accommodation.
: palatial palaces ; and Credit
emotions to be afraid of, but lovely, invitIng year, and one above that of 1889. In purchaser, a resident of Mebane, N. 0., In paper money, and no notes and Cash It's guaranteed remedy for, all .

homed that seem to speak to yon but four seasons since 1874 have the caused him some uneasiness the other mortgages of any consequence. In the "Hero is lot of goods for)lr. Blood Skin and Scalp Diseases,
and "Cora In." I nliy afraidof returns been low. The alight hard which had Clerk- ,
say, ants w July so night because of a lump search from a Charlotte bank "
a eruption
package blotch
a fin* bou,",. I am afra'd I will hurt It* improvement noted ,haa been Quits worked toward the turfaco. lie investigated hundred Smith ought to be sent out to-day. from a common or ito
feelia tout in It take the was found containing several "Cant do it. Too many Scrofula., It cleanse, 4
a, or get or wrong; Proprietor- the worst
the whole belt
a
that the was
general throughout and found tump at all "
dollars that had been opened
door or walk through a looking glars. I warm never ahead." the blood ana
,the result of s ,favorable weathet to ten orders purifies and enriches ,
one the other day and thought I sew torn wad of greenbacks amounting This was received by him in 1880. Last not for the Mr. Smith who
people another room. There was a dim, during the month. The crop is universally hundred and eleven dollars. spring he made his tax returns and cave "They are who has cures Salt-rheum, Tetter Eczema,
an
religions ln and I rant see very well no late, ranging locally from a few in hand |. 000. Perhaps pays cash, but the Mr. Smith Erysipelas, and all manner of blO. d..' ,
u on
, bow and I w.nderedba' they were doing money account here good deal overdue, too.
to two weeks In the Atlantic I.
day or more. Literal mucb
English.A stuck
he had from whatever cause.
how taints
in there and why they did act mv. Into the he did not know "Oh I hire an extra team and take them ,
and bl introduced, when suddenly and eastern Gulf slates, especially, about In >different places, lie had corn tt Bmitli', Good JV MS.MAinr coats you: nothing if it doesn't help'
Strett
Lashed upon m* tbat ,,1 was looking: into a the plant U small and backward, and the woman went into a Csss avenue drug and hay'that had been stacked for out. The Is whether'you t
question
, ; mirror and saw myself and my friends who lack of suitable weather for choppingout store to have a prescription filled. The Its eased hla con you only ,.
eons
twenty- ye eara. down from orerworkorfiouseboldoaree. -
broken
were entertaining me. On anther occasion haa made the fields very grassy. druggist compounded the drugs, and as of his hard earnings are ., Btown" Iron BIt- want to bo helped.
science
by
I took leaving
my 1 was departure In the library I opened room a,closet and when d or before Germination was slow and imperfect, and be handed the bottle to the customer, he $1 000 to Bethel church. He made his mores of the bile,anti aids cures dliwetlon malaria,, r-A "Golden Medical Discoveryn\

the good lady cou'd stop me. It was full of replanting failed to secure perfect stands. Mid pleasantly: wlh{ only three weeks ago. There is much splendid excess tonic for women and children. the cheapest blood purifier sold'

nice.clothes, but I didn't pause to admirethem. .considerable areas have been "llero's ;your prescription, ma'am- talk about contesting it, for some of his through druggists because 'yott
Sometime 1 get turned round In a plowed up and given to other crops or shake!I""I'll e without I Waste of money and time usually go band ,
have been left anything.A Ha
r strange place and would go the wrong way abandoned entirely. From Mississippi do nothing of the kind," snappedthe kin In band only pay for the good yon get.

U miUtoa my! Judgement bushels of dldent wheat tell-me forty better.bubels Two tot westward, the plant, while somewhat woman, "and I think ;you've a good Terr Strang.! Fact. VAWWWKI.1 Oa. manufacture Gin and Cotton Machinery tins Co Feeders.Atlanta -, Can you ask more ?. ,

tjhn acre-SO cents a babel Just think of It backward, is of good color, deal of impudence to ask me to." It Is a very stranire fact that a neat many Oondeniera,Preaiten Cotton-Se: Oil hills,Ice The ""Discovery acts eaually
-ATissourl is set down for 10*.000,000 of bushels making a generally vigorous "You don't understand," exclaimedthe people, of sound iudirment otherwise do not Machinery ehafUM. rnTlersTaii -, -. '
It takes a pound of flour a day for each growth, while plantations running a druggist; "I mean, that when ;you late their eyesight proper car until it Is too Wlnd-MUkKto. Write for prlctll and dleo ta. well all the year round. 'Made by

man is,the woman and ration.child.One That bushel is an of average.It wheat sufficient number of plows are reasonably take the prescription"you must shake." Glauses not lulled to your eye will Injure TITS stopped free by Dn. Kuita'a QBBAT tho "World's Dispensary Medical '

makes forty army pounds of flour. Nine bushels clean. There is some complaint of the 1 won't take the prescription If It's I your!Mr.sight.A. K. Hawk Remeaberthls**., whose name Is known allover Nears Marvelous ftisTOBBB. No Fits Treatise,after and first 13 trla.,'1 Association, at 60S Main Street. ,,,
cure
would make enough for one person for a year. lack of labor. The outlook In Texas is going to make me shake," objected the the clvlllxed world as an optician tied bottle nee' free. Dr. Kline, 031 Arch SU, Pblla., Pa. Buffalo. N. Y. ,
Then it will take about 000.000,060 of bushels! especially good, the plant vigorous, the customer. manufacturer fact(Crrstalllsrd Lenses e
for all the people of the United States, and eetablikhed a at 19 DecAtur Street,
fields
well worked and
fruiting. Worms "Good heavens woman, I it's the bottle occulista' prescriptions
Mlnom make one-sixth of It. Besides Atlanta, Oa., where
this she will make million of corn and oats are reported but from two counties, bothin you are to shake," shrieked the druggist. will be promptly filled nd the trade supplied. FOR fifTY YEARS.

and hay. A banker of Marshall, told me Texas; not even the invasion of the "What good will it do mot" qucrried Land trot. they.'.hen merchants learned that It.pays two keep

that there was paid outlast winter throughhis first brood being noted anywhere else. the woman.' the beet _
bank over $100,000 for apples (grown in The returns of the condition states "
by are madam said the drug
'lie means ruin In the
Saline county and shipped to the eatt Then Many good boy has gone to
there are horses and mules and cattle and as follows Virginia, 82; North Carolina, Illst" assistant, coming to the rescue, oJ'r. Swifts Specific S. S. S, has a record enjoyed by no other

hogs and sheep that flock the land whereveryou 77; South; Carolina, 80; Georgia, 83: ; ."thattthe mixture in the bottle should be 6TATB or OHIO, CITY or UOLCDO, I t,
: mount*:1 the andInclimof ib* fin* Florida, 04; Alabama, 87; Mississippi well shaken before taken." Lv A' CoCIfTT, medicine. Considered Wonderful 8., a' 8. I
.: go.hoase and climbed bed until 91 Louisiana 00 Texas FtmiK J.CiiEitiT makes oath that he is the F
; ; "Well couldn't he have said sot"asked IS
knees ached, and from the lofty pinna- firm of Jr.J.Cmutmr Mr. H.nI''V. SmlUto; of Belmont
my 95 Arkansas 93 Tennessee 83. Oar doi ngnbualner For over
the of Toledo.
looked
cl. I viewed the landscape o'er.n feasted ; ; the wrathful customer. she aforesaid m ,Uty and that raid west Va.. .aye,' 'he considers his PURELY

my soul upon Its beauty. It war like a great The temperature of the mouth was above farewell suspicion at tho unfortunate Coanlland.tltate firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars fifty years, ours 01 Sorofula by So 8. So. one of VECE- '
carpet of bud and green mosaics. normal throughout almost tho entire re Fret fftu. each of C4 that '
druggfst.-Detroie for and every case 4".q ean- the most wonderful on record. He TABLE .
"Are your smiled harpy" sake I to my gion. The rainfall while rather short, not be cured by ,the UM of UAIX'S OATAaaa .It has been had the diM" of the wor" type e
friend. He and answered, "They Cuss AND
was generally sufficient and this favorable A Bich Old Fraud ,
ought to be." "Are your farmers grumbling IfeAVK J. Cesen.Bsresn all his IIf. until h. w..22 years of kcuring
: because they bar no nubbins to feed their combination of the meteorological lo before me and subscribed m, all I say. and his whole youth was tbittered 18 HARM '
i steers do," said L "Some of them are not conditions enabled tho crop to recover Old Bullion-"What's the matter presence, u..t.Cab day of December, A.D.,111II1. by It. Of oourso he had LESS
A. W.ULL\toR,
content with their lot," he said. "How somewhat from the unfavorable earlier nowt" J---l. sorts of blood all sorbof resentment but nothing TO 9H5,

about the alliance and the snbtreasury season. The lateness of the plant will Young Wife (pouting)_'"You have r him
i intern MOST '
; schemer I asked. "Well, we have the alliance make the final outcome unusually dependent not kept ;your word. You laid, before UalTs Catarrh Cure U.blppJ I Is taken and trouble from he took 8. 8. So w ooh aane.a the ,
pretty strong, but not much of the lua- scte'direcUy on mucous car-
treasury. Our farmers dont want to borrow upon the length of the season marriage, you'd do.anything in the worldto faces of the.yatem., $,.red for' teathnoniaJa, poison from his systems and cured DBUCATII'l.

: money. They are not In debt in this region please me." Lee, a ordinary hint sound. and w.n." R
I'\J.Cairn A 00..To1e4o, 0.s'
and have no mortgagee to carry except FRAUD CHARGED "Yes." belfr 1-
fold gatete, roc.r of sorofula and blood poiscrt5'
[ when a man buys more lend and give a "You said would gladly die for pimple to'the worse types :
i mortgage for part of the purchase money. you I :
Air. Hall, the bead of the alliance In this state, Against the Officials of Mont me." "01"/1 IlH'I' afrtll/Jf4Ua fefr. Tl"W"'If'6Clm co.; 4rl4ar4. '.f. ,

[ has just order warning th gomery's Broken Bank.A "Y-e-e."
| members to be careful lest while complaining "Well, but;you don't." "GermanSyrup" r s f r
Montgomery dispatch of Tuesday ABSOLUTELY SAFE'INVESTMENT.
[ of the government for robbing them they be $

I reduced by politicians to b.com tobbers says The developments in the Hoses One Bock Avoided. ,
[themselves. Sam Jones Is up there pitching Bros. failure tend toward the sensational. ,
j into both of the old parties in a very bostil A of !(r.. Tiptop-"IIow in the world did r ti 'J ,\ "
number depositors ascertainingthat ,,
.
[ manner. H*said be used to be a democrat you persuade yourtelt to marry a baker!" t
| but it got to be whiskey party and the late firm had, during the past Mrs. Van Oven (formerly Mrs. De "I ;"

Swat run by whiskey men and a wlmker few days, transferred valuable city real Fine "I determined that for second {j' ', vfl
I ring, and he had quit It and washed bh hands estate and other property to certain )- my ,' ,01(
I of the old rotten whisky-drinking concern banks and creditors have filed husband I would marry a man who ANNUAL DIVIDENDS ,>' .
through Here is from Mr.Frank .
,
linen he looked around and said: "Now, could bake his own'. biscuits,"--N1I6 something : :
[ old sinners counsel a bill in chancery to have the A. Hale proprietor of the De Witt .1' '
you republican ; you na< Tori WuklV' .
[grinning at what I said. I thank God I lever transfers declared void and cause the House Lewiston and the Tontine 96 "Payable t.kA
[did to old beer to be scheduled 1 .. ,' .
belong your -ewillln'p.rty, property conveyed thereby Kyra. of Fla.
whisky will turn a' man into a devil, but in the assets of the defunct firm for Hotel, Brunswick Me.* Hotel men atTRADERS' S da,. ,, i 3
'
j bear will make you steal,and your old party the benefit of all creditor alike. Produced from the laxative and nutritions meet the.world as it comes and goes, \ "'"," '" I',I"A'I.. ,. '.,' ""
equal j} .
; : .
j[In bankrupt a party tilt of government beer and plunder in four, and years will The real estate conveyed and which it is juice of California figs combined with ',the and are not slow in sizing people S ", ,, "',:of'.I. ,'" I ,,'C'- "

[more.*. sought to recover for all creditors alike, medicinal virtues of plant known to b*most and things up for what they are 2 Nation Bank .1. ':- :'1'I/ {,;.r

And so tIlt ,newspapers out there accns consists of four choice business locations beneficial to the human .system,acts gentlyon worth. lie says that he has lost a I tt; ,
[Bam of favoring a third party, and maybeha and desirable residence and it is .
1 Is. Certain it is the masie of the people a the kidneys, liver and bowels, effectually father and several brothers and sisters BOSTON. ..
scheduled in the transfers at 74000.
i are unsettled and nobody knows which way cleansing the system, dispelling colds and from Pulmonary-Consumption
[ the eat ii going to jump. Certain It is that There is no means of ascertaining the troublewith I n most titans tappfrvM follow the pnr-
i the rising generation his not that affection assets and liabilities of the suspendedbank headaches,and caring habitual constipation. and is himself frequently Northern Investment Company. I chase of an engagement ring from sat this we>

[forth* old parties that their fathers had, until the schedule of their colds; and he entrant In an experience of over twenty
I and as for the foreigners who bay com property Money made with chance will go with cer This Cotnpwr pwohaMS' strictly central bu'tnenBo years la manufacturing; and sailing etl aID.II'
is completed. It is stated that they did taint,. Hereditary often coughs enoughto Beiaie la brie oluw tb*nulau at welch par rings w.bar* beta known o( a .ingt+,
I line the war, they have no attachments at ____________ make him sick at lu(UrldMuU AJ. Is.volrenaUknown 67 bwln.*. fvatnre,
I all, and large portion are like Irishman not take: a trial balance monthly, and LADIES needing a tonic, or children wbq ..... IbisklndirfBMaBeiaM eoaUnnaUr tnencM* whlchtecospfortabtetocontemplate,oar pnaa
[ who war asked about, his politics an 1 h. the statement that their deposits are want building up, should take Brown's Iron Consumptlonhis stomach. When In.aita.. Ueoee.. ....* ........like Ibe hers .* are so muott lower tbaa what ethers charge,n 'a
said "Faith I don'S know anything about ( OOOOO is merely an estimate. Bitters.' It I BlllousnesB to take cures Malaria, he has taken a Ute of n sane,The rutr Aseodataa, toe AMof bt puts one In a pleasant f ram. of mill Youo*I I
ever of How Tort,and boodred X oUitr MtMs. wbtch
s your politics, but I'm a&lItbe government"CerIaiu Indlneetlon. and Liter Complaints, men will Dud It to their interest to consols 1 "tat
i* It II the old party leaden are fetd- WARDER make the Blood rich,and pur*. cold-of this kind he uses Boschee's could 01'.... of niMiUoiwd the world.TM la all tb* artal- ouinetcll *. J.P..8tTnj 41 Brp., Jewelers White-'r t y

tog the a)llano j en taffy and both wM prom- and reap but the harvest I. German Syrup, and it cures him etook at till Oootpanr I* selUa. to81 tall 8t, Atlanta,Oa. Bend far catalogue. I ;x
I DeSllV' l lie all that la asked and more. too but tb* pee
whole busmen h the che every time. Here is a man who I I*'i. Vu vkiaa, fun. rU ap evirfut 1 Jao 1st SMITH'SWORM \
t new game on *
board and nobody can tell the result until In a Fit of Melancholia Puts'Bullet a A f 1000 *m erin wTb knows the full danger of lungtroubles iwu adoir aMTooae sett for fallMrtfcmlars at the offloe cf '

the gain 1s ended. Certain it Is that tb* In His Brain. *mbllihers of the Itanlltr Magatrin will and would therefore be most the Oomrauir, 940 VV a.hl.tl.. Bin H..we .
grant army of lab rUg men, who are jealous gHTellUOO in prlaas for the (argart lists of 3-11, '.0"1'0 ofnnii.! wherepnetopatm. 01'telltdicUacf 3POXV.
and emloos of the neb, are ready for any A Chatanoogi dispatch says: Judge J. words formed from RamM Mooaflit*. The particular as to the medicine he used. eau OIL :

change that may make th m disgorge, and A. Warder suicided Tuesday night by tttl1 tes _e_ U 1SUO me.oaabt ao4' tb.*sans, SUW kif pet") What is his opinion 1 Listen I I OZO.UO: >ASDrrsX A..EOWZTr.u WORMS

hence they will combine with she all 1._ toform shooting himself through the braio.fcince ? be Ye o. for copy Rarest Ue __ use nothing but Boschee's German -
a new party, notwithstanding It is thetaruer's the death of his son iu-law, the result talD1n. laU tlm..tl n, or IIJo,; for t mot,fIIbecrtpUoll ,. -- IS A SAFE AND SURE REMEDY a
IBUIMU to get more for bis produce, of a family in which to b"r PuG 00., 8yraco.e.Don't Y. Syrup, and have advised, I presume /, MACTC1TDEAL' ;
and It is the laborer's interest to pay !.**. quarrel, his more than a hundred different persons I, w sus tstrtvassas. : ;
How they will reconcile all these conflicts son-la-lew Simpson! Fugette, was shot B ,

w* cannot s**. Tile political pot is not boiling and killed, Judge Warder's daughter Fee! 'Well to take it. They agree withme IIdIIIaacfe V. ,,. 1>!! oat-3 J
yet, but it will be in a few months. If I wounded, and he himself seriously hurt, that it is the best cough syrup I : r ,ti
WM an office bolder or an office seeker I be has been attacked with in the rcarkaJ." "
melancholia tIt<
I
Lad
would fetl yes poe a.soe sick eamgh te coders too
a deep concern but I neither
: u am
I feel no alarm and and his mind has been in a very unsettled Sw,or re*nff&te tram so dory tot leer poe win i CURES DIARRHEA
no gnat anxiety. A. .... She w. L. >>..".. alien.
The damage bas already been done and cant condition. Since his release from airs yumwf ml frunito-w, wan w roa rest Ifr.... s.1= la your .1_ ..... ys,.. ,
bIo undone for ten years to coma The treasury confinement on account of his wound he way JW..... lilt HooA-s aenapvffla. tics wan ..... laeTOA DYSENTERY:

bee been emptied to pay pensions and has been residing on Lookout Mountain -IIftJWlMdol Ikea sseresbs, a.msrestbisad &TTlscat's10 dU'DaT1T0'J'-.... 1 I'a
will stay emptied. To UeKluIey hl> a state ctSMllb. tool 1
'1C will nave to stud, for it will take It all mother. Tuesday, ennflrteaoe tad ebeetfnloe T.xf.. MUse CRAMPS.
and to the upon the advice of his mother be wentto .
more, too* run government It la how pofeoSMi peculiar uwlUae Is sasooaHood's ,
all very bad, but the good old Methodist the city in order to be relieved of the err es r.rsLa

prayer still ate '" and is a comfort "Oh monotony of rural life. By some unknown lie _..... The Best' Thing ,
Lord, w* thank the that It M as wIt with M
ui as what; it is." means he secured a pistol in FOR THE
A friend at Marshall wanted m to move Chattanooga. Returning home, he placed SarsaparlllaSok1l BOWELSGIVE

there and said tney would fl i me up. "Gl v* the revolver to his temple and fired, the .ra4i. 1
mantcplaant home like on of thesef" ball his brain BM rowd'kzE'es..ea tkeprel..q IT TO
entering and causing death .Q, &,BOQU .w.,
said I. ''Qb, ,.." "A pair of gentle horses la about two hour.
and a carriage for Mra Ys, of TOO TEETHING: CHILDREN
Doses
course" said... Garden ana orchard and THE SECRETARY One Dollar ,. e

pasture ground Everything complete," IS WELL. MEDICAL Dar.t.RTMEN'I'' IT WILL SAVE THEIR LIVES. ;
said ha. I ruminated awhile a.4 looked Tl. lan. Unlvarelty of Loulalana. rte

away off towards old Georgia; a..d .aald He Says The Reports Of His I.."'...M. ..e.Ir yr .Ii.el taN.etke sad ,. 1 .r
"My .good friend, it Is bom ware the heart ,......_..,...a,,"b.at.s.e.y..i.d MpeWiy W. LWHYDOUCL PoW'T' 11 year leftist ermercaaat per.aiiaa %

Is, and my heart is down among the bile of Condition are False.A ..&>>\;...Mr-roe......,........_..."."."da lie.ICII'..b.._...16Ia, ..1..use tIa1. yea that ....ihla* else will 4., 1 r
Caw ok e*. If you bad Aladdin s lamp you dispatch from Bar Harbor, Me. :=M,......"la.al.s...... espsel ..stew.. 83 SHOE CRNffla..N ae -. ,r.. It WON'T.
could those beaiuif mountains et.t .
not move An Associated pv .e w dulyIe.r ray asp -
whoa erects are gilded by the earlier ray says: Press correspondent !J.f.. or ,..ace as M e. 0th., _'-'- It... 8H9K.yet iii '
conversed with 1... 15th, test, r. "eUT ... scatspFoe ru
Of the morning sun-you could not traosplantth Secretary ;Blaine fora errI ---u: : : = seta ::

*spring and crystal ktreamstbat flow short while Monday morning "I am ..., .. B. CHAIIXE, H. D. D_.. : Ih..spy "::
in our valleva. Bat more than alt of three, my as well as usual to-day. The sensational tp'R O. O M_.. mw OKUC1BI LA.SiOTIANSa r""I"N h y
kindred and .the friends of my youth are reports about my health sent to the ,
then, and the graves of our dead and tb* press V. "
sweet memories at cbllduood. I am too old all over the country are lies. I am not a [) :>
now to get weaned from t.haae-t., too old. sick man. They have magnified my B. U N : ,
W* have some good things that you have slight illness into something serious I 8'1'80'1'' es an .kt gaetk4 the facts ........ Welb r&re haed*.:::r- 11Io.:1:

not Providence is always kind and happlHM am taking no medicine whatever. I A'l'L.t1'fTA'O OowH Ored..M. y M .very ODe 01 the ppeHoHty cf this breed by aCalsg 10 tdl .."tt''
is not far off from everyone of m if ws t go "eel!f,-_ .tbS..../u Mo.""". .,a. 83 "' 6 lW ; OH TIME : .
out day and often twice a. rlww.a y to U. Brest applicant ( sob
will nek it, It is not ia Mew York or WashIngtoaor every a day. J .rYs.t .... .... rw wsea ii roar Iooalty with rsree
have a good eat whatever I desire i t::seer. ts"w 1 r.eIUra'N (; aJ.-=: C ( -- Foreign/
across tb* sea, appetite Mr s dJM <>M f>Ui WM cosanlakarlaat.ke.stcpstore-c eetlefrporu ftxfkueeepdosperkalso
where affecJuB lingers ands on'tentstun. riM at 8 0 clock and retire at 10 or ... O. BUHtCOE, Mmm. 112.*touvrtfft*" *"lm! >IrUi* wUTepaTliie es'.Nr sefreed abale S 01 thefact tbalfaumerbawsees elisls.stom.tatc5er _- -
men dwells. Kxeus me, blends I cannot 11 o'clock. la short I live In gn.iED UM* baa already sensed Ilvel
my my usual a. 7 tmu4 for brood sows Md pigs III ...
change my base, but I will come to w manner. There Is nothing more to 1&'." EYE" Ton 4 Qco .z ': ; .. .. r They tad".,u4 dial tht raW J tn 4 IhaI
yea sometime and you must com to see !lay, sIgctheir, sepssii ssoo
"- 1\I.8I-oca....... IT CODIdnatJoa .-
.
as and drink oar pure spring water and IT IS CAMPBELL. 1 1flan' .:\MWSKANSAS BOY8': I..I.t. -.. ...... ... attacb 0( Tong eUlisyIndustiles die
frit will ...lwnr e tab aM
ireatbs our mountain air. .f J2.ll ...,.... stirs I1 t' p.-4.
My visit to MUtMH was a dHgatful on BY d.Y..ueeonraaaa "1_:_.. .t.Lu& Ladrs2r. l1nt CIDtIIt saved CIa ,. tI .. eddsecof

and lIOIhI log znar .l it* pleasure bur a regret Democratic Nominee For GOT- i.I1. :.1::=I'c.;: ThLB.SLYElCO"CJllefIHU.! -

that was aver prestat- the regret that my ernor of Ohio. au4 *II&bi.. 1 1, loos tar viii''''''''''iiiriiii "#"#" ,. _
wit and caildrw were not with me to enjoy f cu 4 wiu.. -. "#"_"#" "_,

U. How may wonM have admired tb loxvroos Aclnclnaatldbwkhegst Campbell 0-::.r::: Iioo ra&0' Uo.. S
squiwueat of ube railways the nomination :1.:
won the for governor at ,. .
.. t/sweaYst/taaY.wOO
UiMoanradflo ca the .th ol the river. liaUp(
Cleveland Wednesday la a walkover
fed the Chaste and Alton oa tn*IIOI'1A- -
both Darallel ham from Bt.Unit: to the wed 1&[ war the most complete and remarkable THE NEW MET OD Ii.et Caugl; ldedkine. ReoommenQ

I west bland retura-1 by the other, so political triumph la the history of American FARMSs-BS M orb Cur..wh. el.. falls. I'lewct ltd.berth. '
.. Mas'
MtoDsraMBoreof have that delighted beautiful to ooontry.HowlhrywoaU ride oa polities with the delegations the from Cli..;. WttttAtt&H::: a.1.l.li r.tt..JI,:.:'ye..eeeMl., ::!= =-:, tut.. CWldreu take it without objection. By drofbts.O .

aWe ate 01 j-MMM CT( sail to be the the two largest cities of state arrayed .l Mw L.tsot. -.
the mast perfect abler in the world. They tra- solidly against him with opposition of I "rIIIEW -J. ., .U.... r-... bH 1?:. "' a

.sys. the aa&1..01l..ia..t the most Influential democratic paper lathe UM orur c..... --. 54 ..
eIyo ga G.r Sv*colU*aad tb* Io.Js ... I -.
&baS cross tham leaping from west unfavorable to him ana alt the tw.kuy { ree. 1/=..::To -kll ....,'C.: ..'L/OBW..J..iT,
other srt.s the thatrraatad Influence) oT a bitter and determined opposition

_n"SO ol another Latt+b towa rg. V.. 'JIaerr. aws-p be was nonvnaUd oa the first PENSION 'J: ftaIOtWJ.i.. .. woNOa.- -. .... l JJzl

.Mwe yes: JII-a&.M"CI 'oX' tow sUepdsosot, Zeno{ by a vote of 908 ia a total of 70S. AI__ J << .,. .. >>. 8101.I.M..R R::ilimil: weil lM+e!r a J. rtll& vfi.I .




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. 8 .", .. / .. "TilE EAST COAT ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1891i ,

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South Florida History.In for this necessary and expensive luxury. i, '. ,,' c iiJoaE3ii.:: : :: After months of sickness with the x I-rI z t.I:2
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'' 'bare of DM"-llnnlnlMMmmm ft el atari near shakes shuffling, during which off, we many moved of ns to came Fort ;! Q. P1 W w. 8 2: 1I1 :1Tj E SaOES: : SECOES:: : : !

to Reporter by CMIw., W. B. MTntnun. Reed, and purchased a piece of ground, : = : : her .
Pair
Every Guaranteed.Stock
upon which the famous Oinn grove now t; S' lrJ.:: = r'a \ .
TimeUnirnt.ctLU'TBf stands. a a.> r \ J m most complete and most reasonable for of
prices
From the Settlers In that vlclnit/ were ... & quality goods Also a
few; those I recall wore. A. S. Speer, '1'. 't1 It r; ''','.' '!:Ii! tI' h... E: t3rn complete line of HOSIERY, GENTS' FURNISHING, GOODS,
I. tCapt. John Itughey, A. Vaughn, C. Potter, o ... ::z: : _. + ECA.TS: A.NDD c.A.1'S.
'I o
W. IJ. Watson, frtrmcily superintendent Jacob Smith, Col. J. O. Duval; and at g 'W4 A 'Co ', QIJ y C + 4
of the Indian River Steamboat )Iellon,1I101 on,the lake, were Messrs. 2 2' CD", .xl, 0 ; ; Come and. see the latest. style in DERBTS and CRUSH HATS.

company, hit been a resident of Florida Crane and,Woodruff, who kept the only E '". 0 of 0.eE'> s: s. .. 6t
ever since lie was;& little boy,' And recount store in all that country. At Fort Reed, :: 0 M :::{ l..J O -=s 20 Per Cent off Straw Hats
we recovered and all about t:1"S' ; ,
soon
recollections of -forgot I .
Interesting .
soma J1I 'r-.... 1 .
:pIoneer life, when the /fctato was sparsely the chills and fever. & ; S; .., '" To Close them Out.
;
g
,
mettled, the SomlnoloH rampant on the "In the spring of'47 the Speer grove n i 1.1 'tn- F. It IA C
war: ]path/ justice unlncnmbered with was planted, by a man named Bass under e: en' '. l'J ,AJf P It o
frill and furbelows of civilization and the direction of Dr. Speer, sour Ei So : 'I =a DRY GOODS,' HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, ETC ,ETC,
IM stumps being used. My father continued W' ,
ateamboating! in infancy. w aa r
These Interesting reminiscences 'the to live on the lake crowing it or iA
genial Union,captain and an they bas promised cover a long the period Ttmr each walking week Into, bringing Fort Reed with him once one or or twice two f'; .5 :"':,: co M Ii> :.S: s""bM "More Yalne for a $ than Any Other House in the State,"

-of will IKS given on the installment sour orange stumps which he set out. c to' ct: f1 Q m o .
Ia
yean 0 .
.rte.rn : J. P. TURNER
,plan M occasion otters: i It was In this way that the GInn grove P 0 ;1 ;; t.I:2 & COGroceries ?
was started. The sweet buds which .sn Ou ;;: : "
"On the 1st of January, 1846, we arrived ;l X Z -
at Lake Jonup, then ft wilderness were put In the stumps were procuredfrom J! #n S
with Flocks of Old Enterprise now the property _. .. aodmy .
filled game turkeys Ii E. L. :ae.: :C
.
.
(
were almost on plentyful as barn-yard of Fifderlck DeBary, but then owned by 'i"S' JQ !::Z: 8- ,
fowls; the night of doer was a daily oo- C. Taylor, who settled there In '41, and .... tJ2r M gg
curcnco, and frequently old bruin came who built for that time and place, quitean S Q 2 0 ...... .... ;:j t'1p Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer

out of the jungles,seeking for disrespectful extensive hotel, which was filled every :j "=' '' "0'' =pa' H 8 I'fii .

small buys to devour. On the first sportsmen.season" with health-seekers and .8 iii J F"' bh I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
-day of our arrival we saw five flocks of 1:1':11: Gl C. rn .
wild turkeys over twenty deer and two '' CrtAPTKR: ''It. ,: ;: :lCD !=' <; EtTJ Staple Sc Fancy CS-roeeries, Fruit
'Well said the the
Iwars. But the strangest sight that Captain as reporter ,
greeted our unsophisticated eyes' was i called on him yesterday "you ,, :; E And Food ProductsOf

along the shores qf Lake Jesup. Hundreds want a scare head for Sunday' do youPLet's -.,. L'J' .... no "'r-..... =a All Kinds. Also My Stock of
of alligator, with their eyes and see, suppose we say something I- .J ..: .., Grain Bran }
t7ry't ; Cotton Seed
snouts out of water, kept 'watch for about Indians? They are always a hair CD 4 Hay, Meal,
some unlucky animal or bird that might lifting subject. We stopped' at the ori- .E3 (:' rj ... Ground Food and ,V1Mat.I .

come. In their wav. inn of orange GatTin OTOVOR. I am the only house'on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above line of i
which
"My first visit to; the lake was In com- "At Ft. was on or near 1
Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit :
the site of Orlando there lived
pany with my father. We had with us Captain your patronage. Very truly '
a dog. The 'gators, as they spied the Aaron Jernlgan man famous as the -
JAMES HOLMES President. 33. re.
$RUY. I
dog, approached .",Ithln ton or twenty most extensive cattle owner In the State BREVARD COUNTY _
feet of the edge, In the hope of securing who had fought Indians ever since he ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary.
a dainty morsel of crude bologna but could shoot a gun which was pretty GEORGE M. ROBBINSWALTER S. GRAHAM :

She dog did nut wish I to betaken In us a early fn those days. He was the leadingman STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER'REAL AttorneY-At-Law. AttorneyatLaw.Members ,,'...
fltrangur. and wax wary enough to keep in the county and his word was of Brevnrd Abstract of Title Company.
out of tine way, for that time at least, law A dozen or more settlers In the ,
for lie diHappe.uud: later and we suspected county lived on his generosity, and In
that ho undo an elegant) meal for return were ever ready to do his bidding COCOA FLORIDA.Incorporated ESTATE Robbins & .Graham
some lucky naiiiiiin. Fish and game were it for good or eviL They were his ,
were so plentiful that a living In this slaves, even as much so as the Vassals of 1689.CAPITAL .
:Eden was no trouble at Ml. That night feudal lord or boron. EXCHANGE
"In '47 the Seminoles went the LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE
these fair vIMoiM who diHpellod\ as were on warpath : ,
our dreams, by the myriads of mosquitoes and left a bloody trail through the Paid Up, 925OOO. ,
with their faint but discordant forests. The same year a man named
music. How we spent the night I do not Baker was killed at Ft. Capron on the Authorized, $10OOOO. COCOA, Indian River, FLA We have For Sale a Large List of Carefully Selected Indian
know, nor can I dcsctlbo the horrors of Indian River and Major Russell was ,
it;leaving it to the' Imagination of the wounded. The inhabitants of the fort ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. -

reader and those who have been there. escaped by night in boats and succeeded Money to Loan at .Lowest Rates. i Property of ill Kinds Bought, Sold and River Properties
.At lust day camti, and at its first breaking In reaching the sugar plantation of Colonel -i '
wo started oil for Fort )Mellon now Marshall on the Halifax where DIRECTORS: i Exchanged. Agents for Sale of Lands ef the Florida Coast Line-

.Hellonvllle, to purchase mosquito bars, Dunlawton'' is now situated. The .colonel G. S. IlABDcr President. i Canal and ,Transportation Jo. '
from the store of Crane & Woodruff, a was a hospitable gentleman and JAMES HOLMES Vice-president. i By' AU inquiries will be promptly
distance of twelve miles. treated the fugitives with the greatestof R. D. HOLMKB: Cashier! and reliably answered.. Fire Insurance CANAL LAN"DS.Flortda .

"At that early date, the only settler kindness. About this time Isaac ALBERT. : A. TAYLOR, J.; M. SANDERS' written In standard Companies at lowest Southern Railway, Jacksonville. Tampa & Key West Railway Company ,
on the lake bunklcs ourselves was an Jameson, a brother-in-law of Captain J. F.'OOTEN. rates. Lands. Disston Company's.Indian River Loan and Investment Co..,
Irishman named Scott, who lived on Jernlgan was fired at.by,the Indians on and other Low Priced Lands. '
what lit uow..fcnown as the Dr. Foster Lake Tohopekollga. lie fled and took 3MCoia.oy: to XJOAXXAJLxcr on ECctrxca.
yj3.
refuge'in a thicket which the Indians '
beautiful
wlittre sulphur
place Home
At Ten and cent in to tutt.
springs are located. Old man Scott was dared not approach knowing full well Twelve pet turn
vary kind mid to him we were grateful that a shot from old Isaac's gun meantan Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.

:for his limtiuctlvo advice on how to be- excursion ticket to the happy hunting The Clyde Steamship Cap Address, p. o. box 108 Titueville, Fla.
gin, and make lieu most of the very few grounds without any return. Old -
Isaac waited In the thicket until
comforts we had. lie also Invited us to night.
call on the lake. We visited a place fall, when he carefully crawled out on ED'-liT.A] D STIx.Ii TG: .

called Bird Inland, a rookery In which his hands and knees, leaving a fine. horseIn Cocoa Indian River Florida
thousands of birds, of all kinds of beau- the possession of the hostiles. :, ;

1 ilful plumage, roosted. On our return, "The settlers throughout the countrywere ,Dealer In
we encountered severe galo on the greatly alarmed and took precautions
lake and it won! with difficulty that we for self protection. A committee PAINTS HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE & AGATEWARE
readied land. was organized, consisting of Colonel Du- ,,
"')11 father owned a few negroes, vall, Dr. A. S. Spear N. E. Osteen and PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTT, TABLE 1
1 which with some belonging to Judge my father, to provide ways and means & POCKET CUTLERY,:BARBED WIRE, WIRH NETTING. ,
LOt, he put to work, planting tobacco for safety., It was decided that all & WIRE CLOTH

aud rlco. The birds played such sod should meet at some one house In the seers, sass:: Br.Jl\TDS rntxcag. ".
havoc with the rice that they had to be neighborhood every night in order to repulse Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath. -
driven any attack of the Indians. In the
away with a gun. I frequently meantime stockade and Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds Ship Chandlery Goods,Gauze
a planned
was
allow'
father to
begged my to me shoot, Doors,.Cook Stoves and Ranges,.Gasoline Stoves Coffins and Caskets
and he finally consented. I aimed at a In a few days by hard work, was built. ;
jay bird, ,and was filled with elation This was quite a formidable affair, and ARTESIAN.WELL PIPS a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ito
:
New York Charleston and Florida Lines.The
when I knocked him winding it being In It we gathered every night until :, Cream Freezers; Brick. Lime, Cement and
Chimney Pipe :Flags& Bunting
could arrive for ; ;
the troops our protection.
flint time I shot
ever a 'Well
gun. Table and Packet Cu.leryMoWdlnga: Scroll Work, etc., etc.
The stockade had bastions and
young'seeing that man,you, said can the shoot old so gentleman well, to-, and commanded from its loopholes angles all magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed Cataloguee,.sample cards and sire lists seat free on application. Correspondence-

morrow you will take the gun and mind avenues of approach. It was fifteen to sail as follows : solicited and estimates furnished promptly.

.the rice birds from the river bottom.' feet high and the logs were Impervious i (STAITDABD TIXC.)

"So the next morning off I went, full to bullets. All the provisions except From New York From Jacksonville.florldi TIfcTO.:: 3LE3sT-A.Gr-E3jk.tT: ::
those needed for immediate use were STEAMER ,
of Importance, and hadn't gotten In the (l'Jerl9: ,e; B.)
,fields good before I saw a flock of wild stored In It and wells of water dng.i In Friday, June 411th, .t s P. x. :IROQUOIS".Thursday, July 3d ate at. 1.00 P.M.
five days for twomonths Monday June!H th, eta r. x."AU4UNQtN.8unday, July M &MF.M.
were prepared
we a
.turkeys walking slowly down the ditch "........ Tth, BJO A.M.
Wednesday, July lit,at 8 r. M .... "CKEUOKkK: Tueaday, July t
pIcking the rice on either side as they siege. We heard all kinds of Friday, July Ird,at I .. M....."YKMA88EJV*.......Thuraday, July 9th, as 6je AJf.JOA.it.. WHOLESALE GROCER
walked I quickly dropped on one knee rumors and were kept In a state of nervousness Monday, July IItb.at3 r. .....:.BEMJNOLE: > .......Sunday, July Uth: at ,
but occasion Wednesday, July 8th,at I r. M."IROQUOIS.Tuesday... July Nth atat 1000 A.M.
only
on one were
'and waited tilled for the first time witha Friday, ,July 10th,M* p. M....."ALGONUU1N."..... .Thursday, July 16tb 11.00 A.M.
terrible attack of the 'buck ague.' we really frightened. Monday, July 13th at I P. M.....Mf umnVIrR,."........Sunda)'. July Itfth at *2.00 P.M. Tobacco Butter
Trembling with excitement I allowd "Dr. Spear owned a mulatto girl by Wednesday. July 16th, at a P. ........YEMA88EI ......_..Tuesday: July fl.L30'p.... Flour and'Fancy Specialties
.. ...... ......... July 23rd at ft JO'A.M. ,
them to approach pretty near, and bang the name of 'Handy who had become /itchy Monday.. July JolT filth 70thua at I P. ..811MINU.UtoQUOIS: Suuday Thursday July 26th, at LOS ...... .
ed away right Into the bunch, going In tired and disgusted with Florida and a weduesday, July ml: ate P. x"ALtlt1NQmN". ...,.?uOd.y. July 28th, at 1404A.M.
for general results. To amazement deprivation of the comforts of the "old Friday, July 24th,at 3 It x......CHEROIU:1I: ...._..Thonda)'. July Beth, at ILSO A.M.
my
.... ... ... 3d. at UO S1 .NFORn:: A
plantation" up In Georia. One day the Monday,, July a P YKMASSKK.1'8JCM1NOLE ? .8uodaog. P.M. : :F-T. .
1 killed one outright and wounded etb .. ,
another > .
Wednesday, July Seth,at S p. ......" : ..TuMday. Aug. at ace p
which fluttered around In the rice people were startled and alarmed with Friday,' July Slit, eta P. ......"UUXJUOIB,1 ....,...>Thur day, Aug. 6th at O.oo.L.JC.
in shape. I dropped the the most frightful screams down by the
great gun
made for him and grabbed him by the bay or swamp at whose edge the negroes St. Johns River Line. BUTTER & CHEESE in Cold Storage.The .
did the washing torah hands. Five or
neck and for my pains got the worst .
:thrashing of life. The that turkey six men quickly grabbed their guns and
my
way
beat me with his wings and clawed looked at the priming as they ran to- For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points'on Only Cold Storage In Senth Florida.' Correspondence respectufysolicited.

me with his taloona would have given ward the swamp. They went from tree
pointers to an injured wife or a harassed to tree and when within about seventy- the St. Johns River. /
ichoolmarm. At last I got him by five yards of the place out jumped that
the neck and end to yellow girl. running like a scared antelope -
humanely put an "EVERGLADE"Leavee
Steamer CONTRACTS TOBACCOS SOAPS & PEARLINE.
his sufferings. /Slightly disfigured with as naked as the day she was born. ,
face bloody ana beaming, I appearedat As she ran she uttered the most terrorizing Jacksonville for Sanford Sundays,Tuesdays and Tbondar- SJO P.M. Return, 29u1).am.
my log leaver Sanfurd UondkyarWadneadayi and J'ridar10 A.at.
for
blood-freezing screams-'Run
the house with the two turkeys over
my shoulder the proudest boy that ever your vest! Indians! Indians 1 run I For Ste azner "W"ELAKA"
walked the face of the earth. next God's sake run' and of course all hands
My for and at 8.30 p.M. Returning,, leaves
followed her Injunction without ceremony Leaves Jackaonyllls Sanford Mondays Itldajrs GEO. LESTER & CO.
.unbltlon was to slay a deer, and this occupied devil Sanford Bundy and Wadnoadaya,at 7.00 A.M. ,
to the best of their ability and
mind that I could and the
my HO hardly The above steamers an fitted op with ftrat-clau accommodations for passengers,
take the hindmost. Into the stockade
bleep. table will lie supplied with beat la luark.t.

also"!u Volusla 1845 ,Orange had scarcely county any, embracing communication they Immediately rushed helter became skelter the center and Mandy of at- General Passenger and Ticket Of f ice,88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, RECEIVERS OF

with the outside world and what traction, screaming: Oh Lawdyl oh F.M.IRONMONGER!: ,Jr.. Florida PaAeDgergeD&,88 West Bay St..Jacksonville,Fla. -
little there Lawdytdey like to kill me but tank W. F. KN rAY Traveling Paaaene r Agent,6 Bowling Oran,New York.a. .
was that came and went was God I got ) She wemed U if she .0.FE WT. Freight Agent,on wharf,loot Hugan Street,Jacksonville,Fla.
away
transported by the Sarah Spauldlng, a JOHN L. HOWAKU."orilla Freight Agent tout Laura Street,JackaouvOle.. ORANGES LEMONS BANANAS
little steamer owned by Fernandez & would go into hysterics. After a while J. A.LfcSl.1 K.8upt>rintendent,foot Laura Street.Jacksonville,Fla.TH .
JUlsbee of Jacksonville commanded she told a very how KU. G.KQKB.!: Traffio Manager,t Howling Green New York. ,
by the Indiana surprised heratthewell when AKSIIAUi H. CLYDE Aait.Trafflo Manager,Bowling Green New York
Oapt. Paul Canova and piloted on her
tortuous old man Holidon. Bill she was washing, grabbed and pulled AND:
by GRAPES
Brooks was way the affable steward. This her In the bushes, stripped all of her WM. P. CLYDE & CO., GenM. Agents.. ,

steamer made weekly trips, bringing the clothes off and tortured her with hot II South Wltarvva.Phnadelphla. B BowUn Qraen.New York.
mail and provisions, except meat. For ashes to make her tell how many men 264
Washington Street New York.We
liars 'Man
Like most
some cause she stopped running In the were In the fort. .
fall ef'48 and everybody in the neighborhood dy' overacted her part and on close cross- I: :OTE2.i.: ,
:
came near starving far the want examination her statement was made to JNDJ.A.N: : RIVER
shaky. Anywhere from one to
appear
of breadstuff."We .
raised grain and and one hundred Indian did the torturing, Issue a WEEKLY PRICE LIST, and shall be pleased to forward it to yOU .
were the wagons loaded many with the fattest many their hair was kinky and their color red TITUSVILLEIndian on receipt of a postal card. '

and best of beef and pork, drawn by oxen like a rose and! not at all copper colored. I Stencils Furnished on applicationReference
"The threat of a whipping soon made River
that to father's In offering
came my place the Be She said she : Wholesale Fruit Trade of the country.
poor 'Mandy.own
for exchange. He accommodated "
I JnlylMmo
Fla.
Wl to the best of hU ability and gained tried to frighten the people Into going

the neighborhood.reputation of a Potiphar for the back relieved to 'Gawgy.that all'forgave We were her all except to much the RICIIARD W. GOODE. JAMES: T.nOGG.

"Knives and forks were luxuries In men who went to her rescue and stampeded ; L M. MABBETTE

those dan of log /cabins. The children for the stockade. They were alowto s' Florida Real Estate
and maledictions PROP Exchange
oat at table on a bench by the wall, and approve heaped many $
that 'd-t
the head
of
upon yaller -
Ut
oft all they could chew, holding the before heard

bumped neat In their their beads hands.when They they frequently gave a nigger.1 the last.'of"Yean the passed'kinky-headed they redrowIndians Open All The Year. MELBOURNE Brevard Co., FLA.

sudden tug backwards, and log were no -
otter then than they are now. The exposure Only a few minute PROPERTIES OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT SOLD &; EXCHANGED. .

which we all underwent gave usthe walk from Railway depot, TAZES: PAID FOR NON- >ESTS.
cUlU and fever, which certainly usedus r: subscribing f 1.50 per annum Wd Steamboat landtag CONTRACTS TAKEN FOR BETTING OUT ORANGE GROVES AND
rough rattling our teeth like dice for the ADVOCATE It will only cost you i PINEAPPLE
:
PLANTATIONS.Indian .
fabledEucalyptus. !
and tremble Uke the
making us On the bank of the
: Quinine became a regular Three Cent fer HVdb, Pottage Isdt4td. fir-tamed Indian River. River Lands specialty. Parties wishing to invest or having lands fot

diet, and about all we made wont to pay to any part of the United State sale would do well to correspond with us.e '




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