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 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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age of TemperatureIn I I I -Cant, R, P, faddlaon left'here for i-Some'special Bargains at; the Bazaar -Get... the ADVOCATE- at" Dr. S renn... The Methodist Entertainment, The Now. Bath ilOusc" 1-;

next Monday. 201 Five+ ;Cents. per.copy. Built and owned:'by. the rnemben of ar;:;". <
T14u4v1110'week j New York on Wednesday morning.The M'asonle
At Hall, last Friday evening, the Indian River Bathing Clubs'ln'1: f'-
: ending last night,Aug. Egyptian Queen stands fore- -Mr. T. M. Jackson. of Sebastian,. Is ,'-Mr, Geo.. Magruder, of Oak Hill came off a* announced and was quite a cons '
both financially and otherwise. of the Indian River Hotel, is nearly ,> 6N-t',
?:compared with that of the most;1& la the best;brings best prlcea."tf town today.Rev. was in town this reek. success, receive: '
and
The entertainment was to have commenced pleted, will ou be.ready ,to .;;' ,-! J
ding week in 1800. Recorded -Mr. Tom. Sanders, of Courtney;,was B. F. Brown took a trip to his '=Leave :your'order with J.' P. Turner at eight o'clock, but, throughthe its members. It will be a great, boon'to, '' _

*, S. Weather Bureau office, Tl- In town'the first of the week. place at Zellwood on Wednesday. Co."for a fine suit 61 absence of one of the principal performers those Interested In It, as. well] M ,to;the\: '
the
about 8:30 before
*
I -Mr. 0. T. Verbeke, of Brantley- has -Mr.. Sweet,who has been'In'town a *f**-iev." and Mrs. B. F. Brown will starton business, of it the was evening was fully entered young ladles of our town-for nbw'they,
,
tf JCIT. 1891. I been spending a few days In town.. He couple of days this week, returned to i north will Into. can dress,and undress pith comfort and
> trip on Tuesday They -
Mln. Max. Min returned home on Tuesday. Enterprise.Tuesday.A : be about six weeks. We The entertainment commenced withan convenience, which they have been unable 4
75 probably
93 : away chorus Ia RainbowIn
78AUGUST.. 1801. Pineapple and vegetable land at new shell and marl crossing was wish; them a pleasant trip. the opening Clouds." "There. a to do heretofore At a cost of about; 1'

86 .'16. 92 76. Tropic, for sale. Six hours from Tltus-I, laid;Wednesday, near the Indian River: .; iJYlubaCrlblng Next on the programme was a recita $36 extra, two large dressing rooms have;:

184 76 04 73 viDe; dally steamer, .Few acres cheap State. Bank. ,$ r' $1.10'per annum Lion, entitled "The London Arab," been added, for the exPreA\ 'use of they;

185::84 72 70 '04 90 75 76 now, Apply to Robbins &Graham.*t1: -Why plant common pines when ;you for 'e .BVOCATB, itt will only cost,yon a part which was well represented by young ladles of our town .whd receive ,
"
Jennie Altree who received considerable t
17 raa.Cenie; ftr reel, Fo.tag, "Tnctwiedi; Miss ,
.85 73 01 75 1 -Mj. E. P. Porcher, of Courtney, can get the Egyptian, that brings always; and well-deserved applause. Invitations and we are well aware that .

87 78, = t: came up fo town Sunday, on his way to twice the'money. 26tf to Mtyjiart" of LheUnited States. Her recitation, "You put no Flowers the Indies will appreciate this pet aebem',, '

t Jacksonville, -where he went after .-Stop at the Travelers Hotel when yon ill"Geo. Altree says that if the pereon on Papa's Grave," was also well received of.tho ADVOOATX, for.there Is nothing
[ for July; as re-
_Vat mean the temperature Weather Bureau office, his two little children. He returned go" to ,Jack onviDe- under the management -. whor.took the, foot-board'belonging by, Miss the audience.Ruth Woodward, the threeyearold more Invigorating, more- tonlo''and.'',ro-' ?

.3, or about 1 degree above the, with them Tuesday evening, and startedfor of Burton K, Burrs; ')See,advt. on ia a.bedroom ...Ite. last Friday, will call' daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Woodward, freshing, than a cold ablution. .Moro-t -

home Wednesday, morning.Mrs. 8rd page. -t.t" upon him he will sell the whole set at a then appeared upon the stage, and sang, over; It makes one fool clean,, sweet ind

_ Eiest temperature 94, on the 8thh. J. Q. Stewart, of Coquina who great reduction, as the loss of the, foot In a very distinct manner, the song, "An wholesome, and Improve our physical r; erconstltutlone
-Mrs. E. M. Baldwin Miss .Mabel:
little
mite
nie Rooney. To leo that,
eat temperature; on, the 12th has been In town for the past two weeks- Baldwin and Chas. W.,Baldwln, of Mer- board. spoils the suite.in3la .- Come before the audience and ling as ., A person who h 4'cmco'thoroughly r

'th.. f returned home Tuesday morning. She ritt started for Great Bend, month ,
for
best and lowest same has been anything but well lately, but in the the applause she received, was loud. long immediately afterward'reRenti the presence
of than other country
plants any
"
taUon'wasestablehed,99, In 1887 Bread Is the "staff of life. Altree' and decidedly genuine.* of what ia stale and sour Very few"will ". .
9'In 1888. received much benefit from the hands of yeast cake;never falls to make It. Ask wortl, having 13,000 species, while the "Lips that Touch Liquor Can Never endure a'stuffy room, or, offensive /"'

t mean temperature was above.80 Dr.: Wills while in town I for them* 23.M.' I flora of the entire continent of Europe Touch Mine" was recitation by Miss! drain, with the forbearance with: which:
your grocer
[ days.tal -Mr. Peter P. Cobb the popular manager I 1 I only.erorbaces sbout,10,000. Carrie Gruber, who gave It In her usual it was tolerated in an unwashed 'state,' '
rainfall, 6.75. Greatest, and : -The steamer Ramon of Eau Qallle; when
1. style. It seemed to touch the they carried about with: them A
the Florida'
of Co. Fort
for same month since station was I Canning with Messrs. W. ''H; H. Gleasbn and upt? Bent says, same of the legs good of those; who.Were standing at the cognate atmosphere. Skin cleanliness Is '
llshed, 7.82, ,in 1887, and 5.62 Innber Pierce left here yesterday morning for.a! for rushed said to have a great effect the Rssiml-l
I Eugene Bralnerd on board, arrived t here I seen on the beach last Sunday were B1&repbll&.lhanb top of the stair-case they on
two months's vacation. The ADVOCATE: I down stain directly U was over, probably latlon of food; and it fa,certainly a great s"
likened of
of days with rainfall, 16. : yesterday. They started home, again to-, and some
will follow him the to tear on the quiet preservative against.passing: epidemics '.
regularly, for present wipe away a .J!
iera
were 10 cloudless days; 0 partlyBy '. to Cazenovia" N. T.; and keep him day. < themunto' that.well-known character in Then followed a tableau by the company and against visitations of the most.In*? a d at
and S ,
cloudy. ; the tprifa of Faust whose name all entitled "Women's Rights which fectlous and contagions diseases.' :Even '
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tai miles I "-Do you want bargains In .land- .If yon '
wind River
j velocity 6,788 or an advised as to Indian 'doings : 'r"
tge velocity of o.i miles per hour. you' do, read Robbins A Grahanv'a.llst how *Mr.: Altree peeped Into our sane caused some.laughter among' ue, audi experienced and trained nurses, regularly _
southwest -County Surveyor Burchflel has beenbusilyengaged'this tuni thlsuHofnlng and said he had old ence. attending scarlatina patients are said
wind : ,
availing .direction land the Inside pag&ofthla : ,
of bargains on
I J .tMlss Annie. Paddlson. when she appeared to give themselves regular;band to foot
er cent of the total directions ob- week,. finding'thecorner p per. \ '-", mad7 a better pair of legs than those ex- before the curtain,' was dressedIn ablutions twice a day. 'It is' needless.to

_ best southwest posts of the various streets in our who ,. '-r I .ibLtedon,the beach. that charming style usually depicting enter Into this subject more fully. ;Th
velocity 48 from Bravo has' been Visitingbis ...
--Capt. .
town. The old land marks will' be replaced 'i" lt .? old maids; and if any of our young Indies bath house Is built, and there "plenty; i
he 26th.
tinnderstonns occurred on the 10th I 'by something more substantial family in St Augustine, is Again at : .The New Enltrprttt says In our ever have the misfortune to arriveat of water to batho in; but we hope the-::;

i and 26th. ., and lasting viz; corner posts made< of his post as.commander of the .Steamer j'' Alt l Issue there was an Item appeared. that state of bliss (r) we pity them. ladles will study the,"caution," printed*

rage cloudiness on a scale of 0. to cement. Georgian against Mr. W. E. Dale, mall agent on Her "get-up" was so good that few recognized on back of invitations, and not abuso: '
|4.6. : the[mall route ,from Sanford to Titusij'which her. She took the part allottedher bathing by stopping In the'water so long .
e'variability or change of the mean I -Mi. LouirBrady, who has been on a -Wanted-money to loan on.absolute very well, and many a smile crept that they do themselves, harm., ;It,is, _;
im
temperature for the month was I trip to Alabama; Georgia, and other places safe real estate security. 'Ten per cent. was uncalled for entirely, over the benign countenances of her many probable that life preservers may; be, 14

small, being but :one and ,three--' returned home last Friday, rather free of all expenses..obtained for lender. We regret very'bluch'that the Item. appeafed. ,admirers, aa she recited tiThe' Old loaned to the ladles; so that they rosy- ,
tlia i degree for the average.: i >> Bobbins Graham.. '25tf We have known Mr. Dale, for Maid's Soliloquy. We don't think Miss easily loam how to swim. In all.there ,
sooner:than he anticipated. Althoughhe and'' have Annie will be an old maid. are twelve dressing rooms, and the wives
thifpast flfteeu-yeas
J. E. LASOUBTTB, Observer. reports having. had a most enjoyable -For Sale or rent, boatyard, shop, ; ever Following this came a vocal duet by of those gentlemen who are Interested

', outing, he said he was glad'to get backto dwelling-house, marine ways,, and entire foujd him a faithful servant, always at the Misses Lennle Ender and Frankie In It'would do well to be on the on': 'in. Ik.

LOCAL, NEWS. the Indian River country again. business, at Cocoa. For terms, apply to t.., 1.I1)ost, and ready to assist a wayfarer, Umber, entitled "Beautiful Angel" Tuesday afternoon, about 4:80: ,.'for thlt
U iCwattn Us power to do so. which was exceedingly.well rendered purpose of selecting their'room. The. #
,I :-.J.:P. Turner d: Co.- keep the best Eo J o1t! r.Cocoa,Brevard Co.,Fhv 26* t "* i ** and they were well applauded for their choice of rooms is given to those married; ..._' .

ety and General,Goulp In ctODDect1oQ'1Ua. shoes, the nicest, hats, the. cheapest, -One or two thousand Ia4Jaq: JU"...ae.&.Lm s W.tth _I truakty-the largest assortment of cloth, Queen pineapple'suckers for'sale.Price; (''jhIa'S IsaiRysbould i form a part of was some talent shown by''these lithe. In the building,vl..,'Mrs. Jas. Prltchard,,"' 1f 'liJg7

j-us dmrlnf paat w..k. Brief oranUoa ortete.dnt ing and the best soda $25 hundred delivered* in bulk at the hsq'-county, pamphlet; .They* telljur6'whaq ones.Miss Mrs.:D. L. Gauldon, Mrs. I.M.Maf bbet"-t.- .: "
cool drinks
Ton I ; ever I 'per Lime Turner, in her recitation, Mrs. J. P. Turner and Mrs..B. JU" .:c .v'-J
About
_ w. sad KrenU r.opl.) Tea I>oa'P.opl.'Know-! water, whipped.cream, etc., to be found Tltusville; COcts extra boxed.' .ch, i. X': &oi been do.n8ln, theway 'of "The Price of a Drink," did well in ; :

kd np by Our Society Editor. in the city. 'They are the folks"_to Nauman, Haulover, Fla.. 25!tf' agriculture during the past 'two yean, fact,'she always proves perself an adept As a general liniment prplni and .' :

'- buy from. 26-1 '-Mr. and Mrs. Enoch W Hall( and and the safest way to estimate the future at what she undertakes at these churchenterta1nmentt. bruise-01' for rheumatism lame'back;" t"/,:, f1,
Miss Llllle Is making I '
Or done to seated or muscular pales Chamber
what can be Is deep *'
,
measure !
"Advertisements under this head- -Mr. A. A. VardeH, representing daughter, ot Sharpes, who have been on It with what has been obtained in the an excellent beginning, and shows promise lain a Pain Balm I Is unrivaled; For aale' ,

__ ; are ten cents per line per week. Macon Fish and Oyster Co., of Macon, a few week's visit to Georgia, returned past Anp prospective settler, by reading for the future. She was .loudly 'ap by Dlxon Gray '

,;.: .Go around to the Bazaar next Mon Ga., arrived in town last week,-and has here last night and left for home today this concise table, can tell lust what plauded.The .Messrs. Eugene and George if

r for bargains. 261 opened an office,with Mr. Geo. W. Sco- They report a most enjoyable visit, Mr. the yield per acre Is for the various crops, Ruroph-two favorites In town-next Fort Pierce. .
bin on the railway wharf, where he will Hall has not been there for 89: years' and can" at a glance the Average ,value two excellent pianoforte duets. .
gave
apt. W. B, Watson has gone on ailt of earn product The fact .that the ": -.;.: #;
it
_ to his family in Georgia. be prepared to receive consignments. of -Mr. and u w'M, N, &nD1ck.'Whl) agrlcnlturl products of a county of 6,000 The fairly tableau well,brought"Slgnlnj forward the Pledge"was Mr. Wilson non was np here. last: ':; : .

of Court all kinds of vegetables. frnl! .., nth, oyst7 baa been stopping a{the Girar4'WI8, people aggregate 1471,'iOO for the year, "Pretty Bobbin a vocal duet, by Mr. week on a visit ",?",* -j:;
2ountyupL J. H. Sams, t. :, eta, lot cash or otherwise. Philadelphia, and other northern places, tells the world that we produce nearly 3.; T. Sanders and Miss Lena Gardner, 'The last few days has b en'.ic .i ,
y, has been In town a couple of days '100 per head for every man, woman and followed, and was well received by .the., 11 hot;.so much '0. that an egg would: '' .
since leaving Lak Worth are now at J:
i week attending to school matters. -Three colored men-named Anderson child in the county in other words, that audience. nearly oook if placed the sand. J u 't -
-Thomas and Butler the Mountain 'House, Crewon, vPa.:. Brevard county, even at this early stageof ,
'-were brought Miss Marion Lamb gave two recitations Mr; Calhoun paid us a visit last Satur:. T'
[Plant: the Egyptian and always get before Mayor Wilson on a charge of where they win remain for a'month or ,development" "is self-supporting.. in good style, via: "Little Joe" and day In the schooner Marion :He was on" ..\..p; -

|em from headquarters. It will pay shooting, on Saturday night. Anderson so.' "George.Washington," for which she was his way to the Keys, for pineapple ..UpLI: ;

26tf was bound over to appear before theJudge -The colored man, :Munroe Thomas, M. F. Dwyer In L ck., loudly and enthusiastically applauded. Mr. and Mrs Brown arrived ,here last r '
Appearing as she did, In a strange ,
place
,
: week from
[ Miss Ruby Smith a lady from Orlando. They'have rented
young of Court and who killed.another 'J named -
County Thomas and man, John before an audience whom she did not ,
The of the Hotel Indian River a house and Intend staying bet* untft
aterprise, has been 'spending a fewtys'at Butler fined and Gun at Melbourne last owner know Miss Lamb did to her ,
costs justice r
were t3 each. Saturday evening good Spring. t -
at Roekledge. as will be seen by the following ..
Indian River Hotel this
_ the
| Anderson will also be charged with carrying was brought up to town Tuesday clippIng'from an exchange, has recitations."The Female by' Miss :Messrs. Smith" and Keen are'attending:

k"In concealed weapons. evening, In charge of Mr.Zllls.. Thomas been specially favored by fortune during Mildred Auotioneel'l" rendered to land for Mr. O'Brien,' who Intend ,..

| a letter received last night, wet -Miss Jennie Altree left here for her was brought1 before Justice'Eley, at the past His winnings from this and applauded. having twenty thousand" pineapple.. saps. .,
Mr.Will McCormick is still at the home in Sanford on Wednesday morn- Melbourne, and the evidence showing single for race his will probably be sufficient to i Miss .Lennle Ender also gave "Life's set out. -
_ at
gels Hotel Fort Monroe, :Va.,-enjoy- ngs' train. Quite a number of her that tb killing was done in self defence, Rookge."Nxw iy 'magal&oent purchase Story" with considerable feeling and Mr. Will Smith paid, a short' but pleasant
< and It well visit to Fort Drum. .ne.repo *
pathos was appreciated by
[ himself immenaely.Mr. friends gathered around her at the Indian be was turned loose by Sheriff Bowman.It YOBX. August J.-The much the audience. everything looking very well., and plenty .

C.;O. Birth, of Indlanola hasen River Hotel, Tuesday evening, to bid Is said there are only nine pasta talked of and long delayed match,between "Little Gipsy Jane," a vocal duet by of water In the flats .t

in town a couple of days this week.. jer adieu. She finished the eveningvary of speech but you would not think so if Pulaifere'swaybsck'! horse Tenny the Misses Lennie Ender" and Frank! Mrs. Ella Black left here last Thunds-f ::t '
and 1(. F.
[ left for Jacksonville on Tuesday oh' I Dwyer's Longstreet was run Gruber, was well rendered and it was for Tampa. She has been on;a visit tfcv
e pleasantly at the residence of Capt you had beard the'ladles at the, Indian at Morris Park today and resulted in an
followed tableau the .
by a by company her
parents hen- We
>short visit..JVTjy and Mrs. Fischer, where a few friends I River Hotel discussing, the question as easy victory for, Longstreet- eight The vocal solo, "Tit for Tat," although back again soon. hope to,:sea' bee::: .
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send your job work out of the had congregated for the purpose of tak- to "Who blew the horn" at 11 o'clock lengths. Fully'" twenty-five thousand aa old song was much appreciated and ,Mr. J.W. Smith and returnel "."..

ounty, when you can get it done neatly, lag part in vocal and instrumental mu Monday night, on the third floor 'of the journeyed people were from present all rtsman y the of Union whom Miss the Lena Gardner of it. did herself Justice in from St Lucia flier this family week. Ther.01 '

'ply and expeditiously at the ADVO- sic. I above hoteL That horn was a terror to to see the race. The singing entertainment. closed' with the report everything as being In a flourish. '

_ ixx office 1 -Miss Helen M. Hutchinson, who recently the "sleeping beauties' on that, floor .i'Among the heaviest loses. on the singing of the "Suwannee River," ing condition down there. '

returned to her home In'High- match was 'Bill' LovelL whoso books by the which caused a deal of Messn. B. Shleppy, .Jennings and ; y
-Th. company
'f-Kr. B. W. Jerome, of Brantley,came town, N. J., says her throat has been 71mt..U"ton.ol Wednesday In.peak.bacof lost nearly |13,000.() laughter.On Bryant-went down to : Everett Thurs
.
p to town Saturday, on his way to his much worse since leaving TiissrOle and the great yacht race, to take .Mr. Ih7er'a1rlnnl.g. on the race are the whole everything passed oft day for slips for Frank : They
place in that city on the day named estimated at } returned Saturday afternoon with about #
oroe In Connecticut. He stopped with that the ,says over 1100,000. Immediate very well, and all present seemed pleased ,
and Mrs. Wetmore while in f own. northern climate does not agree "AH the great flyers of the State have ly after the race be received a telegramfrom with the entertainment, which netted twelve thousand, c
r. with her. She has been quite ID, and entered. Where are the Indian River E. Corrigan, stating that he would nearly $40 In all. Mr..B. Merri nether arrived here last,
.He left for. the north Tuesday morning. hopes to be back here in b pt mber to boatel The Naiad. 'of Tltu.vWe. add $10,000 to a race to be run over the Mesdames Ender.Turner, Woodward, Thursday from the Gulf Coast H.
-Kr. John Huntington, of Anrantla, avoid the rigorous climate of the north. did Hawthorn track, providing that a sufficient Gruber and others worked with a will tolnaUl' came to fetch hi. wife and family; who
not enter, and yet we would like to see number of Eastern cracks wouldgo left th.
Its success, and the ADVOCATE Is on steamer, next morning, for
and the happy possessor of fine grove Wishing to keep posted on things in general her matched with the winner of the In West champions to chronicle the fact that every their new home. We wish them ail arms .
I property at this place is here with a !, she says she wants the ADVOCATE Jacksonville race. We think TltnsvilUaas of the Dwyertsaid during the used or to the satisfaction of ce s. -

(large crew of hands, cultivating and her every week, and consequently subscribesfor would put up several hundred dollars in afternoon that in cue the race was all present.

tUlzLng his handsome orange gron.X.w .- behalf of their Invincible favorite.On mad! h* would send on Kingston or Daring the epidemic of flak :in 'th: _. "
It.The Longstreet, according to the relative county last summer I had hard work*.
aterpriu. attention of our readers Is A "P alm" of Business. 1.r
$ -- Thursday morning last, as Mi showing tb y make In their different keep a supply of Cbamberl4l4'a Colic

-Vocal and instrumental mule wu drawn to the real estate advt. of Messrs. Davis and his wife were leaving home to matches tomorrow It la not probable !T.ll DM aot la mournful number*" cholera and Dlarrhcto Remedy on *"": 4.
W. R. Goode A J. T that M*. PuUifer will send In Advert**!**due..', PAT,
fthe order of the evening at the residence + Hogg, of Melbourne drive over to South Lake Mrs. Davis Tenny Tor tbe u.an..e. _pee mantis People often came ten or-tw.l. miles in
which will be found on our 8th was aoddently: shot the ball striking: her anyone. Who would men shard things say, the night to get A bottle of the Remedy.
|ff Mr and Mrs. E. B., Wager, on, Mon- 'LU.iradt I have been patent
bif.isroetr selling medicine li
liNt
By perusing same it will be observed In the .
page. sid
_F dray;while Tuesday evening saw a party right passing through] and A ..Question.It Lad the man who bopM 10 riM the last ten years and find ,that It baa
that the Above ..
firm intend bayIng .... the To !eawac.
atCapb and Mr. Fischer's; and Wed lodging spin |t appears that mwana.a a.aa YenJM.' given better utSafacttoubUa&N"tt..*;:-
laesday another at :Mr. and Mrs.FOeo. selling and exchanging properties Mr. Davis was In the wagon and turned W aajrBod/f. btitUi'm if to* ski ..boaadehoa "1. tb*watUft broad BI4 of butts rhoes and flux, than any other medicine

M.evening Robblns', of all kinds, as well u paying taxes for the rifle away from his horses to toad It, i Off W.ftWUa2r4 ......."..tWa,wbes Uietr past.. Io ae aoL Advertietag la aM wallet a.UMt.,ml..U/e.. ,"> I have ever h adl d.-J. H. BKABAM.

non-residents and taking contracts for and just as be 1.t'tbe hammer down, i MY body's ba.l..e.w-W like to&Uow bt1W Of acttet toMBM la Pie.nits. Druggist five hundred, Gokxmda bottles pope Co., Ill, .Orer

fThe attention of our readers Is setting out orange groves and pineap. Mrs. Davis stepped In front of It to get, U is t.'ab new p.epie.ss.. to. msk.lt.w urns *f rich... an remind u.we.mak.ourliv..esbume.. wen sold ia that county of during this the renwaW
[drawn to the new advt of the Orlando, pie plantations. Anyone wanting Into the ]Co +mta caw epL.i
anything wagon and the baron 4 sBp. And., .y Ubaal dTeninioiU <<, demlo referred to. It was perfect: .uo.-
(Nursery, Orlando, which will be found, in the above line would do well to peel from under his thumb,'discharging -. .1'9&M"'bM,_ ellmb..yM ess and was the oD11'nm.al that.-
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nareta tht.... Be does not meatfoa the 1 INDIAN RIVER ROPERTY.Ttentj I I
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la8l Advocal d TIM! sotmrs MED. homing of Columbia or any act of wanton I !! B":'* ,MkAkinff *-apaolalt/ thl aaaaon of what.

Coast 0 -- nmrch eVetmcttoa from or Savannah ot Inhumanity to OoidnboroiIwtmder but :,kkt the I Excellent Bargains In Real I $ w. _M our PARAS6H HARU f%. &Q

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where Mr.. Montgomery ,was Made of the ft NEST STOCK and the vary .
Flrst-elus"Magazlne to Re- then. He says "thaakfl to the financial ability Estate on Indian Hirer, Fli. "
BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harrtaaai '
TITCSTIU I FLORIDA. ct Treasurer Chaea the government never No. I. "The nw i of sei of Section 24
flect Sentiments. lacked means to carry oa the ,_teat." oannot be bought for less than $25.
,He gives fall peg portraits ot Lincoln t 21, *r 87 e-.40 acres, on peninsula! op. .
AnEofllsh statistician estimates the and Grant and Parrvgut and raM many poeiteMelborne; pronounced by county at retail But weare wllllnff, ? *

| world'l, Indebtedness at 6160,000,000,. otsMn, bat none at all ct Mr. Davta, Stephen surveyor to be an excellent piece of pineapple In order to Introduce: Its to X 1c L

Bill Talk About 01'loa Johnston. land. Price |20 acre. .JVd ONLY
000. Arp the Malice of He rays the great* aambar of men eaCged per SELL ONE SET 4 ft.to 60'f

Northern Literature* Toward the ta the nnkm ermy. at any: one time joining laud is selling at from 45to\ one person aa a .\, jotssampinfor >>
wa J.wo.uuw, and ( Thirty per cent of all the women South-Some, Facts Not Generally time was 700,000 when the fact art that No. 2. Lot 4 of section 24 t 37, r 40 #

of America are employed In remunera- Known. the sum total of all our soldiers daring the e. Front on north shore ots St. Luc: $16.50. 1) '
war was lees than seven hundred thousand, 40 ,w
tire occupations. In the last decade while the union army was S.TTB.OOO. He sere river, 79 87-100 acres; price $23 ier 0 "' '
tbat"no greater! event b recorded In hl U-ry + : 'IS'If'o4j

the percentage was only 31. FMM let m* m.f totnrfblng_about our than Lincoln's proclamation giving freedomto acre.No.. 3. Lot 4 of sec 25, t 37, r 40 e, \ .t .:

tress sod our literature. ReW.. J. Scot, the slave.,, and that at last it made god 05 02-100 acres, half mile front on south "

true product ot gala in tae unitca In his! I'aragrapblo, aid that the' grew want in The of ConstKotloo theonth the that word declared of the all declaration men free of Independence and equal." shore of St. Lucie' rirer. Excellent lanJ ,( o < {t

States the last 16 years has aggregated Is a fret CMS magazine that w,II reflex Thomas Jefferson wrote that and was a hlate $l5: per acre. .. 't '
the soul and sentiment of the sontbern owner when he wrote it No. 4. Lot 1, 7980-100 acres; lot 2.
the enormous amount of 572,900,- Mr. Scott f.ptrbap the rtpttt ttholar perpia He goes Into raptures over the return and. 71 00-100 acres; but 3, 6310-100( acics; "

000. that write for the southern prow. His contributions the disbanding about one million of the,union and making armies,a numbering column all it> sec 26, t 87, r 40 e. Each lot has a \; ,
and Instructive
arc
lit always has bad entertaining experience in thirty mile* long, and all featoonM with quarter of a mile front on St. Lucie river,

With ono or two (r'.fliiig: exceptions, work end gave t&, while It existed magi.aloe the flower*-','mapniaoent sight" No suahspectacle and adjoin the extensive pine-apple .

the submarine cables of the world beet monthly, that has apptared since the bad ever before been teen In plantation of Tyndall & Dyer. The
war. Bat be was abrad of the tlmei and bis America, and as one enthusiastic officer remarked three lots have a combined frot.tige of -
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which Blrct6h over 120,000 nautical : labor were not sustained He Is right In be. it was worth tea years of a man'slife
three of mile'
'' a on deepwater
to 1 quarters very
say was there. Talmage nade a
lleving/ tbat now Is the annplcioai tln a. Our
miles and have cost $200,000,000 are about that the New and situatsd' the south
people tired and speech at England banquet being on
an Injustice narairo IS WHICH
OF-THE
of British conttruclion.Dr *.* and the maliceof n, ithern; Jllera- and Henry Grady took all the starch shore fcf the broad St. Lucic, are abso THIS ONE 40 STYLED WE MAKE

tore. Judge Gundy, of Monroe, La., aid tome and glory out of it In about twenty minules. lutely free from danger frost. $20 per
.0
the other day that it was a shame that Mr. Montgomery bad better.perute that .
ale for these three lots in body orf25 V
and hi next edit becoold ,
speech maybe
s *
Oliver Wendell Holmes believe we did not have a great monthl ttanrfard
of southern literature-tud that if flrt- something about the retain of the poor l>er acre for either lot separately. .
'that the body and mind are both affected clay experienced man onntd bot found who confed ratea. lie says that"the union bred Tblsis an exceptional bargain-a betterIi.vestment .0
would undertake to eatabllsh such must have tested sweet to the rebels after { than the amount required to
by the character of food con. a monthly their long f...." + t or
in Atlanta or Nashville Memphis be won d and homestead
m
secure up on a at
prove
.ume "An exclusively diet He quotes little triumphant braggvlocioof -
pork be wiling to furnfeh tbs money or go in every U y
Grant and Sberruanamt Miami and is not dependent prospective a
their upon
with a synd ate for tbat He even z z
a
give a bristly character to tho bearfl named the sum of $i5OOJ that bethought men, such as "Uncle Billy, I guess Grant i* and perhaps long delayed satisfactory a. +

and, hair," and too mnch food from would be nece-u'7. waiting for us at Richmond." tiantportation facilities.No. g

the ( the hlno tind motions of Well now, why not Bow long shall we lo Fmldent Unrein beg to present 3. Lot 1 of. sec 80, t 37, r 40 e. RI .
'o4glve. be constrained to swallow little tlander you as a Christmas gl t the city of Savannah ,
a
44 110 south shore of St. Lucie
and 25,000 bales of cotton W. T. BRJJlIUlf. acre, on :
9sh. with feast that from the northern i .
a every we get
.. '.' p...., Here Is my neighbor who takes If such bormoti are In order why did be I river. Quarter mile deep water front. (I) 6 _
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A in Australia had The"New York Han, and he says It Is a great not put In the following which are on file in (25 per acre. w ( < .
mail over a new
paper-a wonderful paper-but that It It taint Washington No/ 0. Lot 3 of sec 30, t 37, r 41 e.
and brillinnt Idea nat chronicles ed with the chronic malice toward December 1e.,18M. Major General W. T. No., 165, STAR GEAR SPINDLE BODY.
long ago, our people Sherman Should Charleston I Half mile of river front on north shore HATOTUL WOOD reuse, OB FABOTD.

\ tho Argonaut, In regard to the number, and he he was pointed reading out which a paragraph wi>s apologia In the hope that by some you accident capture the plea may be of St. Lucie river. 40( 1-10 acres, at $25 Built on Honor. Entirely different from Cheap Western

lug for lynch law under destroyed and n little salt be sown men Its per acre. Work...
interpretation of the clause in hi* mar peculiar circumstances Live Dealers wanted. Territory given.
and ,aid: "Bat of course, this does tile H. W. HAU.CCX, Chief of Staff.RBPLY. Bargains Nos. g"B. 4, 5 and 0, containIng ,
rare vow, "till death in do part." not apply to the south, whrre the negro is .-I will bear in mind your hint as in the 480 01-100
Jnch without proof up In a bare accusation to Charleston and do not think talt will be aggregate acres K I N Q M A Nt STURTEVANT! : & LAR.RABEE
Hi wife died, luckily for her a* the and It makes no difference whether he Decenary The fifteenth corps will be on will be sold in a body at $15 per acre. .

following fact demonstrate and Is guilt or not guilty." the right and they generally do their work This Is a good chance to make 100 percent ,
Not long ago th re was an article In the welL The truth is the whole army is burnIng in less than twelve months.No. : WRLflEMO SLEIGH BUILDERS i-
since he was bound only till death to with in insatiable desire to wreck J' -
Tribune which laid the war was broil ht on 7. Lot 1 of sec 25, t 37, r 40( c,
his wife, the husband refused to pay bf -laveholden, who were in such a majority vengeance upon South Carolina.W. T. BBIKVAIT.: 24 78-100 acres, anJ lot 2 of same sec, SEND FOR F'ULLCATALOOUES. DINCH AMTON, N. Y.
tbat those who did
not them
own were
her funeral expenses. The antipodean handicapped and had to submit. They did A few remarks upon the horror of war 21} acres. One is on the north IIn 1 the

courts decided that not go Into the war until forced by ronacrlpUn'lL would ao'be Inappropriate on general other on the south shore of St. Lucie -------------
promptly a
rfnoll l.. end Mr. Montgomery could have
-- -> river. Each lot has a quarter of a mile
husband' duties .nly cease when tho That I If the common Idea at the nor I h-that found them ready In Alex Stephana's historyand frontage on water. -$30 acre iu

undertaker'. bill are paid. It slavary.was a The war taxbooka by slaveholders of our stale to perpetuate thaw that In and the tve account n'ght of the of horrors burning written of Columbia by. separate lot deep. No redaction if per both lots WE ARE IN THE LEADFOR

before the war that not over one eitlsen in William Gilmore Hlmms, a Carolinian above are taken.
'Sir Douglas Fox baa forwarded to nine owned slaves, and the eight were more reproach or Oabellsm. Mr. Montgomery No. 8. Lot 8 of sec 24-51 30-100 acres FINE QUALITY AND STYLE OF SPRINQ VEHICLES.
e-gtr for the Debt than the one. It was emphatically roe* out of hts way to say Henry half mile front on St. Lucie river and '
London au exhaustive report on the a rich man's war and a poor man's Win, who commanded at, Andtrsonville sec THE MOST FOR THE MONEY I3 OUR'1I0TfO.
ft.ba,1O far as numbers w.re for was convicted of cruelty to union soldier lot 4 of 80, t 37, r 40 e-77'acres,
concerned
plan for constructing the proposed every owner of twenty slaves was exempted and was banged :* he deserved.1 also fronting on St. Lucie r.vcr; $23 per
tunnel between rr.Inco; Edward Island from military service lie was needed at How does he know Win was convicted aero for other: or both lots. BEST ONE OF '

home to raise provlalons for the army. Colonel on false testimony and on but little of any No. 0. Lot 4 of sec 23, t, 37, r 40 e,
and Now Brunswick. lie declare tho Robert H Jonre, of our town he sort, but the north thlrste,1'for blo<,d and avictim. MATERIAL OURCATALOQUES -
mile
OS 10-100 with fronton
acres quarter
Qur Ben Hill refuted all that An- ,
took Into the field a full of'nlnety-_
scheme to bo company
practicable and estimate St. Lucie river excellent land $2';
tmilntu his to
tit men and not more than half a dozen of denonvtlle reply Illalne ; ; AND
the coil as followS I Tunnel of twelve them owned negroes. In some of our north and it Will to admitted and accepted by the per acre. .

feel, to be operated by an electric -em not counties on. to there a hundred were hardly white any*-but negroe their. Blame public b'maelf.both north We begged aud south for, an and exchangeof even by 14-100 No. 10.acres Lot, with 4 of half sec 8 mile, t 39 frontage, r 41 'o, on 30 WORKMANSHIP FULLY IL-

motor (5,000,000 tunnel soldiers swvmed to the prisoners upon the ground that we could
; of eighteen front. It used to be
said that there was but one negro In Dade not get rumcieni roou, uu rumiuu ret U"'U. south prong of St. Lucie rlvor opp site LUSTRATESOUR
feet, to bo operated with American county and he was kept In cage as a curiosity -, The execution: of Win was aa foul a murder and south-westerly from} Bessjy Dros. .)

rolling stock, $11,000,000; tunnel of and yet to the Dade field.sent score, of her mountaineers as In wa his that commentaries of Mrs Surratt on freedom this .lantation; superior quality of I.ud". 8. .OUR. LiNE

-uxtegn feet, 810,000,000. The tunnel Then what were they flghtlug for is the philosophic, historian Wright have found' known as old Indian field and camp
SMALL AND LARGE BEST ATTENTIOH
ORDERS RECEIVE
question. Because the north and tftn in Boston a mentor In the parson of ground. Price, f2;) per acre. .
Would be chiefly,constructed of brick. bad been irreling for fifty Wand the Rev. Dr. Mayo who said: "The colored No. 11. Se 1 of sw J of sec 2 t 33s r JOB
yean A SAMPLE : WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR
be hid that 0 of
-- fight had to come. people roust no 6C,0 peo- le, on touthside of St Lucie river two

"The growth of New York, as well Quarreling to the about northern the tariff that gave protection led pie by In any pro*land Idcnce were at they ever..no. been narvelously for 200 hundred yards back from river; excclle it WORK IS THE WORE: TO BUY.

-m* tho beautifying process that I I. go: mad. the southern farmer manufacturer.buy their goods and at yarn All the good there ever was ia pineapple Itind. Joni plantation otO: K
for them. It was tbd Wood. Price $1.30 acre.
slavery war sever per
a higher price. BRIDGEWATER CARRIAGE CO.
log ou, Is shown, suggests tho New Quarre Ing about the extension of slavery court of dlsMp'Ine! which they g,>t from the No. 12. Pineapple land. Lot 0 and

York New, ,"by the fact that plans' Into the territories and about the adraUiionotTeiM southern muter that every barbarous race n e J olio J of sec 15, t 37, r49e, 03 :e.OANOBIDI: "V.A..
to raise them to
t some civilian-
nd M aourl. B.U Itt way ;
,and specifications for 314 build.ings :> Quarrelingbecau.e the acres, including; a clearing and field of
now ttateamen of the couth con trolled the &;lou-and southern slavery was but a charity
;;of the value of $9,010,850() were for It Is a fact that during government the first- school compared with they safe of war and I 0,000 pineapples set out, on north fork -
sixty-four years southern presidents were in tyranny and traced by which other of St. Lucie river. Price 1000. Very
flied 1 In the building, bureau during tho office fifty two of th.m. Quarreling became nation have" their prtsent civilized I little waste land In the tract.

month: of; ,Iay. Many of these arc to the Puritans were naturally opposed to the condition.That Is truth and philosophy from a. very I No. 13. Lot 4 of sec 14, containing
eavallara. dldent like
They each other '
and
Jbe erected on ground hitherto unoccupied they don't now. The Puritans were self- high source. We commend It to Mr. Moutgo.a.err'Dd 33 acres; and lot 2 of sec 23, containing '-
righteous. They wouldent! tolerate a fight all others of his norrow prejulior 70 acres; all In t 20, r 38 e. Very fine .IJ
and other will take
' the placo'ofold b.tween a bulldog and a bear-not because *. But a few yean before the war i saw mmmock, situated opposite ceo, on : :
itructwo In tho business and for the aouie native African in Columbus who had
they anything the
portions dog or bear the peninsula: ; free from frost. Each: lot
la the Wand.rer.'l'bet
been brought
:lust over \
but because it Y
of tho city, whore the changes duringthe torn They oouldent gave tolerate pleasure to thespecta wanted their meal raw and were but ball aqu'irterof mile river front. Tu.
be-
last tenJoarl hare been IltUo shortof cause they cared for the slave, slavery, but-because not little above the brute In Intelligence. In a land i ii bounded on the north by the recent "WANT AAGON ? "
he served and waited on southern master, store time tney were reciaianca rom carbar- purchase of S. F. Qibbs from Jno.
marveloui." and It is the same yet for lam and now they and their children ar* D.lrJ and is about half mile north of I' I
way V.
Button Is Africa; right now el.ll1zed. intelligent and well-to-do citizens a We cave wigoas, buggies, surreys. High gnat; as light.
shipping to nine tenths of
the celebrated of Smith Bros.
What would our O.OXO.OOO of negroes be now place Strong dunbU / finished
all the rum that ia made In the united Staten. stylish, u beautifully as modernized
An Alaska explorer says of his voy- But the main cause of the war was because If their fatberland eorefather had not gone One of the finest bodies of Ian 1 in the manufacture can produce. BulK on honor by men of We .
through the discipline of slavery. What apity <
for tho cul-
excellently adapted
elected county,
a president was by a sectional -
age down the Yukon river "It party th.t all Africa could not be put under experience. Honesty U our policy prompt shipment our
shut aD.i ,
pled to up ilaverr and pen it in lure of oranges, lemons; vegetables orilneupplis.
was. the grandest I ever made, outlet into the public territories. what human our latest masters new and tell thus n* of put the a borribl top to This place will not stand on specialty. We want to know you. Write us. Cottt you

atfaldoubt whether there la a river And get our here section It must by stay 1M and own reeter Increase and until endan.It state of affair in that benighted country our books ninny days. Speak quick. ootidn(. May lead-to business by and by. Seed for our .

la the world tbat can equal It for became stanch, for our people were ready klr. Montgomery the\:monstrous makes He In no"Uncl.Tom'defense for wafalut Either lot, separate, $:7.50 per note, or catalogue. It is free to every reader of this paper. Bin*..

and ripe for some mode of its gradual emancipation I .25 for the whole tine, hamton Wagon Co. Binghamton N. Y.
,
magulilcent' _iconery For mile we If the north had been kind and hadever written"from but on the thecontrary heart to the Inert,' and it was left N.>. 13. House and lot in Titusville

floated, down between two huge rocky bad not proposed long before any compensation.emancipated hen England and its million of reader In te...... !, .t the corner of Palm and Julia street, "BUILT FOR BUSINESS." *,

banks that towered fully 8000 feet bad paid the owners sixty million ot pounds Indeed, hi* whole book shows that it war adjoining residence of \Vm. M. Brown
for them, but the Puritans of the north written satisfy the north, and with a hope Comprises lot 75 by 98 and the house I.of is r
above our kcad The sky looked that by little praise ot General Lee andStonewall
Afrlca'Dd
who brought them over from new style, nicely finished and good as
the 1.
like a blue silt and the echoes between Old them to us wouldent agree to pay acent. of Jackson southern and soldi-n, h* might poesl-endurance Dew; Cost 11,300 to build. Known as

the tony rampart were something slaves to Oa run the away contrary and,to they fight encouraged and burn and the blrcet the south to adopt leave It in, their school the the Huckabay' residence. Bottom price _M.SE1'TD.."'"

that would have driven leatroy. William t,(>yd Garrison organized But Its tendency ls to upon us t,200. .
a solitary man Ibadow of two tint-secession and slavery
over two thoutand eodetlee pledged to crush ; .No. 14. House and lot, corner of Pine

crazy, ,The lame sound wa then rat slavery, and, if necessary, destroy the we confer have now neither.I made. public some of the objection I and DeSoto streets, just north of the

hurled back at you a dozen times, anion to do it.. Yea, they hemmed us ln. to his so-called histnry. Its oaolailona home of George W. Martin. Very large -
and we bad to separate or ChI slaver US YOUB.AD.VERTISEMENTS
up ) are a* prominent H Its unfair and Untruthful lot small but well built house ooly .,
coming from far and near at the lame We dldent mind giving it up if we could statements and Iniinuationa. Hieublbhers ; ,
have don with safety to oursoirea. Indeed, niihe 1 a few weeks ego Cost over
Gina & Co. of Boston that
time. long before the war one of our sy Plastered and has
greatest mea, Ie to satisfactory to the New Eng'and schools, $300.; throughout,
Josvph Henry Lnmpkln. the chief
justice of and chimney. Price $iOO.
where has been adopted. Of course it U, fireplace
The
woman's right question' Is our supreme court, wrote some powerful ar It fctatlafactery House and lot 'on
tides the of and that to reason enough why cannot No. 15. fronting
making Itself heard In Vienna. There upon subject gradual emancipation here. Th preface give thanks !
ana ne next vaousenus ot ayrapauisers, Broad street in Titusville just east of
wo a largo meeting there the other bat the continual loadings and threatening to the Browu'.unly..u Batas library Its, and valuable to Harvard..axlttance.and he home of W R. Knox Fr nits 50
ot the north crashed out every prospect, sad railroad. Two homes the lot
feet on
day In which of all clashes baa no thanks for anything southern. And on ;
women of we had to face the criais when It came, f, rIW'
with Mr. Montgomery now rented to good tenant at
so we part company property
people were Dot to be driven or forced ta
society were represented and at which their method W b.nru.. history of the andhls publbhen. Let us stand on the watchtower. $17 ptr month Price $373-a great !lu.galD. .

resolutions were adopted demanding causes that led to the war to written the and guard our own citadels Let us .
north will be held rveponaible for it. They receive no book, whether history or naderor Fine block of hammock end
10.
that'the middle and lower school be speaker that doe not do the south Justice No. r
rebelled again the decfstin ot Chief Julio
: and pay a* high tribute to Jsffertoa Darlsand pine just north of town park; beautiful
opened Tansy, and William IL Reward declared Our
gratuitously to wome u that Columns will Prove First-
,
Lb. law should not be enforced. our fallen leaders as It doe to Lincoln place l for residence. Six, 230 by 3 J3 a
the number of profession opened to But the south acted under misapprehension and Grant SILL Aar.- feet Would make 14 good building

about Lincoln elected in Atlanta Constitution. than half of this blcci! is
women be Increased, that women be some things was lots. Here :
by our desperate and auaUcal ...m...*. but
oak and magnolia hammock class Medium for
allowed to take part In political affair, be was DOS one or tnem. tie w.a neithvr. NO RECIPROCITY splendid making your
Price $450.
Puritan nor an abclitlonUt He married ,
and that -
"all
Austrian subject of age, late a family that owned slave! No. 17. Two good building tots, op-
Kentucky United States and
without consideration of taxation, and family were In the coufed- Between the hoeite he Titu.ville public school;, adjoining known
irate army. But he was devoted to the onion Canada.A property of C. E. Dukia; excel- wants It will surely'pay
position or sex be admitted
to equal and said: "It I can save the union without
and direct parliamentary freeing the slave I will do it." But the dispatch from Ottawa, Got, states mt neighborhood. Size, 5l) by 103 feet.
suffrage.
GerrUn party replied; Tiee the slave if bat on WedaesJaj the house of commons Vice, $125 each.
The resolutions have been forwarded It destroys the un IuD." divided on Sir Richard Cart- No. 18. E i of nw J and lots 110.1' you to patronize us.

to Jhe Relclurath. Geueral Grant baa been sainted, but he wright's amendment to Mr. Foster's mo- of sec 17, 1 81, 5 r 39 e. containing 144
was a slave owner and bit slave wereluadefree committee to consider Has half mile of river front
by Lincoln proclamation If anybody Ion to go intu acres ou

The varied tastes of add doubts this let him refer W AppUtcn. biorepay. ;- resolutions conttinlog tariff changes, an west side of river, at head of Narrow,
humanity amendment which sets forth 'that the Just below Barber' Bluff. Good fringe

greatly to the spice ot life, remarks I would place all these fact In history. overoment should forthwith reduce all of hammock front. Part marsh. but =SUBSORIBEF.OR =

the Chicago Herald. While we think Tbtre-anJ a was party a party who north fought: who for fought union fur and him a duties on srtlclis of prime necessity and about 100 acres of good land in the tract

that apparently every ono wbo crosses party who taught for the extermination of more particularly on tbo.e most generally Price $3,000.
aaa"eT1.a.ta""" who fought us the Atlantic 1$ pushing to take passage; principles! and a tui'liou! or two who ought aDd farmers, and further that the negotiations and of the ne J of nw I of sec 5, t 37, r

ou the fastest steamersthere are many for 1DOIl., and they,n.,!*a trust a couibiue which thit hofue' has been informed 37 e. Price. $20 per acre. This lend is THIS
and whipped us, a' < "e stand whipped, but PAPER !
who are just as anxious to dawdle we wen right all I t anie. are to be opened in Washington two miles of Eau Gallic, just north of
.
over on the slowest boats. What the scuth > .M.. Is literature that In October should be conducted on the lone Creek and opposite Tr.pic; ab 'mt .
There
are does not toedy t*northern sen'invnt In oplet bull of tho most extended reciprocal a quarter: of mile north of Go heu post-

enough of these to keep tho crawler to gee northernpauonaga 1 have a history trade between Canada and the United office. High bluff front; deep water ,

going year after year. Such passengers before ce now because that ia caking for southern Bates in manufactured aa well as natural' c (.1811 to shore. Land in lame vicinity ---
patronage It written a
was by
are those who love the sea voyage Caariaetoa map,one IX IL Montgomery,of >roducta," was defeated. Th rote his sold within the past year at $73 per

best whom "'never heard till now. It be ia a stood! ayes, 88; nay, IU. atl,}. r
of all, or who are In poor southern man he bee northern prejudice and No. 20. Lot 4 of sec 83, t 37, r 41

health, and need the complete rat ofa bJa book shows 11 Ilia feeling crop out oa Sealing Stopped. e 77 acres; excellent; pineapple laud It is brimful of
very page of the late war. interesting matter
mils front oa St. Lucia river, ad. reading
long Quarter ,
voyage. Passage the low
on ii*gum out of the way to eay that "the -
goers is cheaper by tar than the war was brought about by a few political Telegraphic dispatches of Sunday from joining plant.tion of Stewart & Gasling..
on bad,n of the south who aba U to The best of land for sale on St. Lucie
** was
B. c. is and YOU
Sealing certainly will be
Victoria
fast ones it Is aaji sure to find wIthin
vet not by any mean tabtih a great siarerbnithnt ipablio otTha la Dehriog sea and all the VIa river, at reasonable figure. ts columns
topped ,
the the ahoald .. & r flat of the above half cash '
poor or
economical who use U..>. hhtthhey oru fleet are nov oa 4ha wiT bom Terms oa any ; "!

them. Some very rich New Yorker: Ia speaking ot Qraof pramottaa be eayet Entrance to BehiiAff te*> i* ffectoaUy balance in one, two or three years at something to entertain.

travel that "., lass the right man has ba fount11 H.r'e.kM e blocked and b now P&trobr n ve rgal interest. Corretpoad with us.
way by preference. Ahpe ss. "had a ai.d"r la bis Amefioaa and two Bntiaa w trials ltoaazxs Jfc GftA&uc Titosvillc, Fla.

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plan. Evidently they think this the VT BUDGET $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN $65 Iu> ,.

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I' ALLIANCE TALKS. weak and easily pierced Joint In the Allis A LIttle Rock, Ark., dispatch says* first-olass Buggy with Silver-plated Dash Ratt, Boats G
1 a
v. It possible
ance armor; but as one after another their The Washington County Alliance in convention ?. Is, RaN, Handlo., Hub Band., sot Shaft Tips, for labOVO P 1O!tr
spears shiver to pieces while they fall to assembled has p.s-ed a resolution or Newsy Notes and Po Inted i MD
,NEWS OF THE ORDER FROM pierce the joint,. they realise that, if the declaring for the nomination of a Complete t a h d A

sub-treasury plan is not invulnerable, at Alliance ticket in the gabernatoria Paragraphs. j < a za .

ALL SECTIONS. any rate the enemy has not yet forged the campaign one :year hence. It is under ,

weapon that can pierce It So far all tbe stood that delegates from other counties Perhaps will better .lllu-trste I
have to the BUte Alliance will also favor such
attacks the sub-treasury plan the
.ltem's cf Interest to Alliance- upon the strides Florida ha* made during
and that the Democratic >
only resulted in' making converts a step regular .,
few than election! nccntiy
,men Everywhere. to the Idea and in con- ticket will be opposed by Alliance candidates Mid past in Ilernando year county an on whlfli occasion z < a> xto da
faith of those who for all the State offices. 1 he action e
the ;
arming ten
-- the town voted "dr 8me
) i' w -I
already believe: in it, Essentially, it is of the Alliance of tbe county named, fifteen that county bad a bad a w >.
BIDE-TRACKtKG: DUELCeder or years ago
which is of the most in : ,
In the important
one
the above heading the Froyrtt. old the same Commonwealth system as was of Pennsylvania'In vogue before I the state, has caused a ripple of excite : reputation for Itt lawless inhabitant thero'-eom.and Z U U ;I: p of tl ;fir
for the deeds of violence
else Farmer -comes boldly to the front the Revolution of which Edmund ment in political circles. The State Alii have CI)
maters: !
mltted. But of late
aad 4 Tbe asysi and the1 D ter
part'snn' press politicians'who 1I.ut-e of tk>mmons. that under it the waom are Democrats mark ntvolutloa ia the
a complete 8
the Alliance extrem.'l5
aro opp.tcd to are
Commonw alth had enjoyed a prosperity IQ g
anxious to force the order into Farmer interest of progress. { a
The .Kansas of the
false positions. They assert persistently ,greater-.t-nnvnunity' than that the enjoyed world by It is any no cause other Farmers' Alliance of ,that organ State, publishes The phosphate boem is assuming huge Writ. for our New SO page CaUo! u' of all kinds of V.hlol' .*w

ihitf the sub-treasury bill is the ultimatum f. r wonder that the and all tables whose figures show that the proportions in DeSoto county. There 1. Address ,

of the Alliance! when they well oho da ire. bidding money denounce power tbe ..subletuury liabilities of the State exceed its resources a prairie one mile east of Arcadia called I SOUTHERN BUGGY CO. r'
know that in instance where it has so |
every and rail against it. It considerably more than two to "Coon, because :years agthere were
plan
.been made the issue, it has been forced Aonl.l permanently retire them front the o.e-the former being $726,000,000: < and many coon there. Lately a man who CINCINNATI .;.. OHIO. U.S.A.6secsiM9 ." .

en us. Ant we may remark that in every im Ini5 of -vonriog industry and cum. the latter Dll 801000000. Amongthe bad pasture there dug a well, and on'y '
such eat. the snh- come out .cl them to live by their labor or liabilities la the item of "capital a few feet below the surface struck solid | { ; ,
victorious. It is'now berg asserted that Urvc. stock of railroads 1458.000,000, but bed of phosphate. The prairie covers as

Pre-ldcnl Polk makes the, sub-treasury *. without this item the resource barely much u a township of land' and the Arcadians

paramount to all nth r questions. The FRFSIDFST.POUt TALKS.A I exceed: the liabilities. The amount of are wild, and land that could

enemy putt don his position as follows: : farm mortgages is placed at 1100,000,* have been bought for $l an acre are now
that ho regards as moat important Wnnhinirton dispatch .says Prcsl- 000, and the assessed value of farms up to $10.
lent Pol nf the Farmers' Alliance has
,
'Ut The sub-treasury bill. '
$108,000,000. The Time,-Union Unfortunately
''2d Freo and unlimited coinage of cturned from his southern tour, and In says
,., and of the
of the
some newspapers many
shot interview said the alliance not
(
silver. ; was I I to the A11 lance subtreasuryplan I HIEd ,
Objectors people of this State confound the agricultural !f1s
but
8J The modification of tariff. cslnjr ground anjwbere, was pro-
the ..lug 'Ixautirully. All talk about a are asking: How will :your plan college at Lake City with the experiment Bllllistist 18I69e6 ; ;
.r
President held that
Polk I
a
as always help the tenant farmer who must have station there, or at least connect
change lu lie fl' sncial of the "IIII| | on account of tho lub.treuuryldea. .
system assistance to make his crop! We reply the two institutions together in a manna
aRid at/au'd. What difference of !
sac
government by and through which and the opinion, there was was was as to the form of by saying, we propose to take his crop wholly unwarranted They have absolutely ilt! 4lfiaT ,
industrial robbed
minI are being out of the dominion of the usurer and nothing to do with.one another.
ih all.. There
audits do' was
ruined few is the meitsure
t
by great
tl.o.moneyed This will enable him tot save both
speculator. The same board of trustees manage ,
no difference of opinion as to principle
overshadowing paramount issue before /And Farmers' 'Alliancemin had the 20 per cent on each crop, and in fie'yeara but they have nothing else in common. .LARGEST I
every
the American He has
people always he will be able to pay av he goes. The affairs of the station have been thoroughly ICING
s MO object in view lIe stated that he
held that free coinage, tariff, sub-treasury had been quoted Incorrectly saying.' Bee tbe cutt-Southern Jfrreury, (Dallas, ventilated of late! ; the affairs of the \,
and all other questions are subordinate ,
the issues the tariff and free Texas) college are In excellent coDditlon-Dn"r NANO
to this great! issue. No free'coinage act, great were t ONEvTOUCH
modification of the.tariff no increase coin gr, and that with lh- se issues the I Ialliace better. If the college were to be "venti '
no
Faulkner Covnty'whtt (Conway, Ark.) lated It would be to its advantage
would all rally around the sub I greatly 1 e- .
the all of these
of
>r
nor
: currency-none, have the farmers AND INIS .rc wORLpaw
lays: "Whatrights for there is nothing la it which II
treasury bill.\ "The Issue is not the tariff, ,
can never bring just and substantial relief
to the so long as the present the free, coinage of silvrr, nor the lubi r i itravurbill. and working men that railroads and other not worthy of high praise. It is a Ita&el|
people
,
corporations respect! None. Yet when institution and such it ought to be .
and wicked financial The issue is the reform of u
unjust outrageously
prevail The national bank our entire financial system. Neither the > the paid attorneys of these corporations more generally patronized by the peopleof ?
system come around and tell the people how to .
the statr.R.rUii
issuance of the collection "
The mere money, nor -
must
ing
system go. money vote, some farmers{ are fls enough to .
of lees Wros: will alone do the peo I E'-eel.r.IlBB.r.A
be issue
of the people must "
J to *, the people, independent pie any Rood. The entire financial sjsi i believe them. Never thinking that they very serious consequence of the fail "TERRE HAUTE NEWPORT,

of all expensive: agencies and in tern of tho Government must be changed are talking for tbe men and corporations ure of the Like: City bank was la a heavy sr
their t.
them
that for
sufficient volume to do the business of before anything else that may be done pay run upon (the First National bank of Pa-

country. This, and'not the Sub-Treas can correct the existing evils." I county-5- have latka which rums r connected with the "
not :. Thirty-four Alliances Lake City bank. There was no truth in
ury, this, and the tariff, this, and not clearly
spoken out in their July meetings
free coinngo, is the mighty living Issue !Cn-TREA.URT-TILE: IS8CB.The the rumor but before the real facts wereascertained .
and unequivocally for the Ocala demands
before the people. sub-treasury is tbe only real issue. so much money had been
and the sub-treasury. Not one, a
drawn out of the Palatka bank by alarmed -
The All.ance wan'* and demands ass We don't want any balf-hitndod espousalof
has been heard from that There
modification of the tariff, and it Intends tbe Alliance cause. When a nun says opposes. depositors that it Will forced to close
to hav. it. The Alliance wants and demands "I am'with you and think you are right, never was more unanimity on any question its doors. The bunk was recorded as

free and unlimited coinage of silver but I can't agree with you on the sub- presented to Alliance men. one of the soundest in'the hole state,

and it intends to have it; but it will treasury,"you may know he is a slave to All true Allianccmon v stick to the At. and its suspension has caused in'cnso ex:
eo longer be de'uded and ensnared with the national banks, or is not with w.The'lubtrea.ury liance the citement add a widespread feeling of re- : rlx
it works to out .
as long u
carry Another fsctor In Its 'trouble .
thee: iallacloua idea that these are para is more money, cheaper gret. was
principles of the order. All tialtors fly
mount to tbe money question. The politicians money, and money for tbe people. No I the luck the refusal of its New YOlk correspond _
of tho country have been deceiving other plan has ever been suggested thatwou'd eDt to rediscount the bank's paper, us it ,

and side-trucking! the people on these put the currency In the proper i had been' in the, habit of doing. The

false ideas for.a quarter cf a century, but channel. Tho people have no diamonds, CONDITION OF CROPS bank will remain closed until ft.a ao- .

they can do it no longer. bullion or stock upon which to back counts are examined bIll national bank ___M ,tL-

.*. currency, but they have lands and crops. As Bulletined by Weather Bureau examiner, and a receiver will probably Patent applied foil .

BEOARDIKO THE: WHEAT COUBIXB.II. No other plan will meet the ends for for Past Week. be app inted. It stated by thou most This 1*one of ta most eoarenlent pleasure and business vehlelea for the lawyer, ,

W. Ayer, secretary to .President which a people's money should be istued. -, The weather bureau's ... conversant with the bank's affairs that C"t in ss fiirm.r,on eartn. Owing to the ooiutruotlon of the body y t
.0. kit crop 41 i* r.rtsa'"ar. at the aam. Um** arnN.. and ia tha A.".,. fir 1 'tru
Polk, of the Farmer Alliance, and manager The rich need no money, they bulletin rays The week was far coolor the depositors will lose nothing. I ... _."... .. ....,_.ry..".... .w 'M warkd. .
of the Reform Press Bureau, which have enough, the laboring class need the thin usual la all sections cast of tbe DecUU. .(u.. n..r. mt Tr..",.., A WRITTEN GUARANTEE GIVIN ON EACH VIHIOLI.Witts .,

is also known u the Alliance Press money and the only money that can Rocky mountains, although the deJ>rtr- The board of trustees of the Florida Tit' QI14'seat tslat: 1&1 bt a"'etet ar 4duket II on IIWU te Moss. Attate Wsatti:, ,

Bureau in Washington, is reported as reach them is the sub-treasury money. culture from normal temperature has State Agricultural college, ia its investigation TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE
AND
BUDDY CO. Terra Haute l lI
laying that tbe work: of sending out'circulars We need n<>t expect money for the people been lets than it was during the previous into_ the condqct of the Florida ; lam ; .

designed to show tho farmers of from banks or from money manipulators, week generally throughout the southern agricultural experiment station at Lap ?

the country that it was to their advantage for' it is contrary to their interest to have state, while the deficiency in tempera City txuoneratt Director DeFass front ..

to hlld.back. the wheat crop was actively a peoplu'e: money. We, the agricultural ture was more marked in the northwest all chirgee against him with the exception .
proceeding in Washington u well laboring and industrial classes, backedby over tho spring wheat region. The rainfall of the oarele-s manner in. which tbe RSoN's

u ia St. Paul, Minn., which was the sensible! and liberal element in the during the past week has boen largely books of the establishment had been rNR

chosen one of the scats of operation trades and professions must carry on this in excess on the Atlantic coast, the kept. The findings of the prosecutors 1 -V
because of its location in the great wheat reform. Money fur the people is the heaviest rains occurring In South Carolina were to the off ct that the system of

belt. Mr. Ayer said there have already witch word and sub-treasury money: it and along the Allegheny ia. bookkeeping at the station hai been very ja.

been 400.000 of these circulars sent out must be.-Southern Alliance Farmer. Virginia, Pennsylvania, West range Virginia careless, and that money received by the .

from Washington, and wilt continue to :. and Kentucky, where the rainfall ranged director had n"'t beeu accounted: for nor {,-
be sent out until more than a million TIROUU.A'I STATE UEETZ5O. from two to four inches. credited to the station account, 'To this

circulars altogether are issued. The A Richmond dispatch says: The Virginia DePas replied that Individual membersof :OT'tts5t.rolte.
OESEBAL
circular, ho said, will also be published Alliance state convention will meet BEUA&U. the !board: of trustees knew and approved 1\

in about two thousand weekly papers, at Richmond August 18th and not on the Arkansas-The rainfall wu very badly of the manner in which be had trtic : .

with which the bureau is connected. lie 14th, as has bten stated so often in print. I. distributed and some portions of the used the monej in question, and that be

remarked that he couldn't say, of course, The question of agreeing on a bur for the state aro )beginning to suffer from ,. bad not been required to regularly account -I Is the machine that
that it was the circular which had creation of a railroad commission promisestobe drought. Cotton and corn show slight for its expenditure. The decision THIS

brought about the result, but be had one of the most interesting deterioration compared to lost week. rendered by the board after the bearingof used in the Office,

noticed in a recent market report, topics to be discussed. The free iflage Misslsiippt-Cotton small, but fruiting all this testimony was, ia brief, that ; Courtroom and for '

that: u a matter of fact the actual movement of silver Is, however, almost sure to well. Recent rains assure a good corn no evidence bad bee produced showingany reporting CINCINNATI 110'IIJlII: -,. -'. .
of wheat was 140 carloads: less per occupy the most prominent 'crop in the northern counties. Tho rainfall action with criminal Intent, but that lectures and sermons. 8borteetsn ""

day than had been estimated. )Ir. Ayre, the subjects considered It is believed of the put week was unequally the want of business system ia the mAn. '

also stated that the information that the that the planks of the Ohio Democratic I tributed, but enough! fell la the past ten nor of the keeping of tbe ltatloD books While its peed U greater than any Compartment, tad 'Pullmans Pa"a

issue of such a circular by alllancemenwas platform on this subject may be urged days to make condition favorable. was plainly manifest, and that In future .. other known method, it It no simple Bleeping Car through wltbout.thu. : 'u
in contemplation became public prematurely upon the convention for adoption. The Virginia\ -Hay harvesting and thresh It would be necessary to enforce a more t that any intelligent person can making direct connection .'l
when the circular in course of Idea ..wltbsome is that having met with ing retarded by rain. Wheat is yielding rigid system of bookkeeping. The immediate I. of gala a 14
preparation wu publised Ia the ne..pa be approval of the leaders ia Ohio and less than expected and corn and tobacco outcome of the board's decision I peed ZOO or more word per minute CENTRALUNIONST' bO! M'S''

pen. The'final decision .to issue the circular other stake, it can probably be pressed are improving, except: in the vicinity of was the resignation of Dr. Neal, station I I ia fiv. or six weeks, without the the WEST, and, with T :

bad not st thU time been reached, with more certalntl of approval than a Lynchburg where there was too much 'entomologist and botanist, and of tbe aid of an instructor. 'Circular and lines for ,

and many leading alliaacemea were unaware brand-new one. Some of the Alliance rain. farm superintendent, T. J. huff, both of testimonials sent to all who mention l+rII and the $
of it, but it has since been finally leaden are outspoken and fearless in Alabama-Weather conditions generally whom testified against Director DePasi this paper. GO, NORTHWEST- ;

determined upon. lie explained: that advocacy of the adoption by the con. excellent: for cot'on. but late corn is at tho hearing. al o wi through

the executive commit'ee of the alliance vent!in of strong free coinage resolu- not doing. so well and It suffering for rUrUa'i Imtlmmt.Until t T. PIERCE, FAYETTE, 0110, I :rfor DETROiT
had not acted on this matter, and that by raiD. : Irl h potatoes unusually Ann_
Ions, whether they be the Ohio idea or "- within a few years tbe number and, Point in 0
the circular DO order was given alliance- some-other equally'u comprehensive ia North Carolina -'Too much rain for and statue of the Seminole Indians known,I I 8ol Agent for U. 8. and Canada. BUFFALO and the :East: .

men to hold back their crop, this being expressing: .their views. cotton, but all crops continue to Improve, to be within the Everglades elf south Only one change of car i
contrary to the methods of the alliance. ... especially corn; threshing and haying re- florid: hare remained unknown

What is done 'by thls.circular is to five The Galveston (Tex.) Jttwi says: "It I tarded. A very severe hailstorm In ItOut. ; the constantly: increasiag quan-im THE TRAVELERS HeJdta NEW OR'' ElMS ,i

the farmers information u to the facts In is refreshing to note from time to time in Warren county on the 18th did great migration the opening of the country by Jackaol1"k, burirbJ.o rata ; :,
.
regard to the world's wheat crop, with the utterances of the labor damage. Jacksonville
organization the drainage operations: and the pushing Florida.
that South Carolina TEXAS
the suggttion wheat tome weeks I or of their Well-distributed rains
recognized representative a forward of railroads have rendered this
W
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IEd
Rs.via .
,
later than the present time mill bring a I dawninj sense thit the true forte were beneficial to crops j cotton shows a -
; remedy Isolation impossible for tbe future and Paasengen this line "
higher price. J e.vlls of which they com I marked improvement; corn is ia condition the Indians have been in forced, excellent are afforded aa,
economic I I a measure Travelers view of Lookout Mountain '1I
and
rice The corner Cedar
p found In the widest economic I !, sows J ij I;lr. The outlook is from their seclusion' and Bay '
obliged to mla surrounding Illstorio Sce
The Western New York Farmer (Ar libirty equally for them and for all much moro>>encouraging. lets with the whites street, Jacksonville, Fla. A new brick ,I err,
more or surroundng
cadet;) lay' is regard to the Wyoalng other classes and conditions of society. Tenne. ee-Favorable conditions have ttle; them. There about four hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and ,

county Al iacce meetings 'The 2,000 Light has long been shining in tbe midst prevailed and the outlook is tncoursging. of these Seminoles aro the remnant hundred of the' Steamboat landings. Especially adapted a O. RAY, S. E. P..... Agt, AI j
members of the Order in this county have of a sort of systematic and incorporated Wheat threshing is" nearly completed! tribe to transient bUllae'.. Elegantly furnished lants,'O*. _

determined that the Alliaow ..,rinclp1ea darkness impenetrable to Its ray and sod the yield If goo I. Early corn is at tbe transported conclusion beyond of the the India MUs'stlppI rooms, single or en suite. Table D. J. MULLANEV, Ijlr.: P&.r.I

of letting the office seek the man. shall intolerant of its intiuilon. At about made; tobacco !Ie flourishing; cot- Tber.bave not married with wr. as good u the bout. This hotel was built, Chattanooga; ,
the
I be principle observe in the Domination last however, it may be hoped that this t *n needs rain ia the western division. and.quite recently banished furnished and operated* a 13.00 a day D. O. EDWARDS, O. P. AT. A.i .::; ,

of all candidates. they bite DO use darkness will be dUpened or wi 1 cease Texss-Cotton is very promising. In Whitea'j house; rate are now reduced to $9.00 a CINCINNATI
for self-seekers and look upon all who to be followed by million\ at a mislead the southwest portion there is c-me tribe for marrying a mulatto, the dy, while the service i* better than ever. >,u : I
.lib ter of one of their slaves. .A few of the Breakfast from A to 9 lunch from 11 :80 .', '
ask for office suspicion. They want log pillar of cloud floating over mirages shedding due to rapid maturing, occasioned : old chiefs r ; THE' ..jj .
a man to leprtsent them lathe Assembly, and morasses of esaent'al fallacy and by dry, hot .e.tbcr. Jet live and are immovable IB to 9;80; dinner from 0:801o 7:80. This

the Senate, and ia other places of official fatal Jmpractl ablttty, Let sincere, cap- I.nufalena-good growing weather, their determination pot to have the tribes 1* the only hotel in Jacksonville serving 1

dust who will\ earn his ..'arland be true able add studious leaden of labor, organised beneficial to all crops; cotton very contaminated by adopting the customs ol regular meals at these hour All other NEW LEVER SAFETY
prom
to those who employ and pay him as a public I for political action maolutymlnha" / sing[ and corn Is I. good condition and the white men, but it Is thought that af- are at least one hour later. Use theTravelers' .
let their influences
servant, and they propose to have such their followers for final departure is Ulng rapidly! lid by R'c' i* heed element will be nfuch cam the younger omnibus, the ticket save U

a one even if neither party see fit from every rut and every trend of log finely crops grassy in a few loca'i- take homesteads ;allow more their progressive, tent each way
children
to nominate him. Their action tie up ,
protee'ive aa4
prohibitory *
paternalism to be educated aid will make fur them.selvu .
at the convention conveys no uncertain and strike out in a campaign for the BURTON. DARR8
accomplishment ,
sound. It is brief but it II awfully : of economic liberty" A TRUST COMPANY ; a living out of the soil, instead of IO Proprietor.
si- depending as they now do bunting
and st It upon
explicit fearfully evnf
vises all memo n to altend their, par y The A'atimal JSomonUt. says; To Manipulate-the Assets of thelIoses' and fUblog. supplemented by the culliva ._-- --
ion of
small patches of .
I primaries and work for pore and honest "Tbe order need hare no concern Bank. corn.TENNESSEE'S PEFFER'S PROPHECY.Ho .
mea who are known to be ia harmony about the recent aotl-sub-treasury meet.Ing i
CROPS.
" with the Alliance dem nd-. The executive held in Fort Worth, Tei.s. Tho A Mom'comery dispatch of Tuesday Success w :i i
papers Predicts of the
Peo-
t authority directe I to submit these that are trying to produce discord says: The assignee of 'Uoaes' bank, -

;:. demands to every nominee and failing to fa the Alliance made a great fuss over it. which assigned. Jalrltht. have filed An Epidemic of Hog' CholeraAlonl' ple's Patty Ticket.

' secure the public pledges of their support They iaaqgunCUd It for that very I schedule of asset* u firm. The the Mississippi.A A dispatch from Sulphur Springs

1 of the.4 demands, he is instructed purpose, and therefore had to i the assignee amount make i no estimate of value, but. Nashville dispatch of Wednesday, Texas, uytt r ens tor Peffer was orator atrmen' Th. PERFECTION of SIMPLICITYand

+' to alt, not a county Alliance meet Ing. make a fUll' p nr .-is, but placed nominally at t3, M?aa Tb. crop npons now the encampment Wednesday ECONOMY of : ,
which
for the Alliance i t strictly secret and it was a great failure. It bas how toads 000,000 real, consists largely stock, bring receive by (JommUsioaer of Agriculture a'gat. More than four thousand people POWERS f

non-partWn, but a political convention ever, demonstrated- thing that will ia varlous sections estate and land distributed Godwin show that cholera u I Wen present refer wanted the govern wo OIIAIiuS Kp' .G uA stk.

of the Alliance membership to pace! U delight all true AUIaacenwo, and that la bilities Alabama The lia playing bavoe with swine Ia toe counties mans to loan people money at 1 pi r cent 'r f fof
' nomination candidates who are in bar- that they m'gbt rake Texas with a fine creditor are placed at $1,100,000. Tbe long 1 tho Mississippi rived A Cnes. to lift $9,000,000 mortgage aid lo pull VARIABLE STROKE onlytwesets

mony wlib the Alliance! platform. There tooth comb and they could not find *>n. now propose to form trust x>od at at liarlett, ia Shelby county, the teeth and close the m mth of be real Ravplvlnc Paarlnga. t
is nothing uncertain or indefinite about hundred ALiaoeemen: la good standing company, all to lake shares to the amount eopcr cent of the bogs have beta dragon In Wall street lie prop se-1 to B.et HUI Climbing and .sal. aroun4 \

this who would be willing to go back oa their of their be claims, and the plan. thoughtto hided, while another at the same postpfflee do this with the flat money issued d rect- 8af.ty mada.. ,
and the Ocala a feasible ODe and likely to result whole herds ly to the who bad their L
obligation fight dtmaod in says have tn exterminated. people mortgaged aA.T... ,
.... Journal of the TinyfQhts l of Labor (Philadelphia When such are found they are generally loa securing. There the baa holder of claims against Very discouraging reports also Lornill speech lasted two h>ur>, YOGvQ.. .
bees
- ) "11The enemies of the renegade, who. ckinlag membership, troubto no other financial some from Tlptoo, Lauderdale, Dyer lad he clo+4d by Baying the pclo'p!,',
Farmers' Alliance when they first cater are wing that cUi. to help the enemy this bask o Other ttcouai <* the failure of lAke and Oblon. These rtperta bow- party would finally elect the 'fresIdtDt, H. B. SMITH MACHINE CJL

the lists by what appears like a fatality, produce: discord ia tie wd.r." ia the least affected Uak have not bees err arc the Mt4loa. as stock U all congress and ,aate, anj if the supreme
their attack tike eub treeuqe wtd bueuuM going other court with than SMlfyvfLLE
direct upon! along a* MuaX nth ,eawalJrlac<hlaa41o wa sot it.el.oohS? ,. -
f cod make another.
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,z ,. THE EAST COAST' ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, AUG. 7*. J89L, ,
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I cehenf office cat gently reminds us that we JAMES: pJUTCHAitD/Prtsident; W.; Bl BAJWETT, VicePresidentCashier. -
of'Florida and our .
hl has followedthe
eecretary. If be
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't' TJIB' EAST'.COAST ADYOCATE. 4- 'W J(. DSOWlf, .. -
letter and of the l law then the' East".Coast.7: has dlgreM"
spirit especially Jt The steamer Egret, under the r command
the statute inust'be An absurd one; been our observation, and the ,best of Captains Bent and Mereler, left:
'J'O tat DgtUorysut INDIAN RIVER STATE-
a 1Baat.wIanKAL or tat lIaYMan crow ants AKDLAKB for if it contemplates that no of knowledge !is acquired in that the railroad dock few minutes before BANK

WOBTH ilCTIOSi. printer outside of Tallahassee shall manner, that the great majority of eight o'clock, with a list of thirteen pasiengen ,

be eligible to compete or bid for people who think of coming to ,to and eleven our as watch we received said exactlyquarter the bon-a .(Incorporated under,the Laws of the'State of Florida.)

Office Washington ,Avenue, TJtuivlIle. the State printing, then. there: is Florida are anxious to know,whether eat grMp and'warm words Of welcome Authorized capital,
Florida no necessity for an expensive, ad. tneir capital will be sufficient to from Capt. Quarterman, as we tried to $100,000
Indian River: vertlsemcnt, inviting .bids. It support them in their new' home, readjust our anatomy from the rather =:--r:: Pald up capital, $25,000
had .assumed
would nM take' "'an hour to see every until their laud begins toijleld I an I from pancake'three.appearance.-we"hours compression, betweenthe Average deposits, $140,000

i'VDWIIJD: xvltitr: 'TBIDAT printer fa Tallahassee, in per income. The great mass of letters Ice cooler and a rather fleshy and =

eon,,and invite him to. bid for the received contain inquiries in regard perspiring female passenger. The boat Transacts a General
work. Why discriminate in -far 1 to the culture our different$ was somewhat crowded, and while the Banking

Address all eommnnlcatlon toEAST of.Tallahassee firms, :when a con* products, cost'of land, of clearing, cooler arctld on sensation our left,produced and the vice-like by the pressure Ice Easiness

COAST ADVOCATE, tract for State printing is to be time required: to secure crop and of the aforesaid warm neighbor on

Trrwvttt, I'LOam awarded? Are not'Jacksonville, probable profit per acre; incidentally our right, was a somewhat unpleasant Urges t Mi Oldest Bail on the RiTtr
_
KO.Box.4i.' : Orlando'and other points Just .as the cost of transportation is combination we had started out to havea -

much'a part- of the State as Talla inquired into i. whether there- are t nk1irlAnlrlntr time and u cheerful bore the All situation tlOIIslbJe. DIRECTORS K

statistics hassee.? schools in aa. particular b.tghbOr"bood and struggling to-appear:contented with ,W.B.BAatrrriPttidnt
agricultural
BEAD the of the National Bank of /
Jacknonvllle) J.
} 'churches, society, our lot. We accepted the hearty wel- B.
in this issue. They physician, Dumas (Vic-Preaident-National Ilsnk ni
wnlch appear THE CANAL COMPANY EX- etc. The prospective settler knows come proffered by Capt. Quarterman, 'JacluonrUleX W. B. GHA AM and W, JI.
much food for thought BKOWX. '
contain and transferred the cargo of provisions, "
The pineapple industry will soonoast PLAINS. just what,;money he can bringwith I Ice, etc., to the cool porch of the houseof OOUJ:8POJrnJtllT8.:
him, and is anxious, to ascertain Seaboard National Bank of :New York and
that of orange culture in the refuge, Where a jolly party did full National Bank of Jackionville.. 20TITUSVILLE9
whether it will be sufficient to justice to the excellent lunch the ladies

hade-probably within two years. John W. Denney, President of support,him in,his new, home.'until had provided in abundance. This Important 'FEA..
':The crop of 1891 was very little matter being disposed of, a bath
the Florida Coast Line Canal and he can income from his
secure.an
-I neater than that of 1890 for pine. was in order; and all those who were so
the frost Transportation Company, writesus investment sufficient to support fortunate-aa to possess bathIng- suits
apples, but phenomenal when explaining why his concern is himself and .family. It should be made haste to don their modest costumes -

.f last April, at a time the not actively at work, as they hoped the.object of the pamphlet to' give and enter the surf. T. MURPHY
A lade were Just forming, resulted Brother Wager, of the Bid, had arrived ,
to be, at this time. The unsettled all the Information'that is likely to
_ at least a third of a short time before the steamer, in
fa destroying .
condition of the financial and political be sought by those who think of. .
The general increase of I his celebrated racing craft, the Nalade,
the crop. in the county world is given as the cause making a home in this section. In 1 with five male companions, and they Jacksonville Machine .
value of productions of.their delay in prosecuting the stead of devoting twenty pages ,to Joined the Egret!: party lathe surf. Some

_ lor 1891 over 1890, it will be. seen, work. The numerous failures I climate, If that subject is' confinedto twenty-five persons were on the beach at ,
while
IK over 'twenty. ve per cent., throughout the country, and es. five, and the fifteen thus saved one time-probably'u'greater number : ; '
t>Sat of 1892, It is estimated by conservative than had ever visited this spot at onetime
authoritlaa will exceed peclally those -in. the 'south, have devoted'to a concise article ton, the before. The water was at an agree- And Iron Works.

disturbed the confidence of invest pineapple fields, and that growing able temperature, and though the breakers '
fiat of 1891 by 60 per cent. These ors. The discussion of "free silver were rather light a more enjoyable
industry, a.practical 'man, and
statistics would fur bath could scarcely be Imagined. Someof
agricultural leastsae ,"and the passage of usury laws to the treatment of vegetable grow.ing the more enthusiastic of the
material for at party remained
excellent
xish
by Alliance legislatures; and adyo* as pursued on M rdtt'. Island in the water nearly two hours. PUMPS, ENGINES AND .MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS

page of the' new county pam. cacy of the sub-treasury scheme" and in the.Narrows, thebestre- It took considerable pressure on the part

j&let. by the Alliance party,. have com sults would be received from the of Captain Bent, to get 'the fascinated Made and Repaired.
excursionists to tear, themselvesaway
.
1n bined to clog Investments. Investment In the last edition from the"charming surroundings and
,
ON>a of the difficulties agricultural Mr.George F.; Miles,. the financial very little was feaid'about the pine. although the hour for departure had CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS PIPING & SUCTION

operations in this section isK. agent of the concern, had good apple culture, while the agricultural been fixed at 3 p.>m,, U' was half past ,

_._ .fnahfllfv_____ to__ secure_" satisfactory_ reason to believe that amole funds statistics, published in this issue four before we said au rtvoir to Captain
'' Quarterman and The Tltnsrllle For Phosphate Dredging.
>ftbor.>> 'It Is not easy to'get good would be secured to prosecute the show that the crop, this year dock was reached family., and we. were: "home ..
the of
Bands. Wages and cost work this summer, but owing to aggregated over.$75OOO.OCli( in val. again" at 7:3O '
OFFICE fc WORKS
fearing are high. Drainage is the unsettled condition of the financial ue. There are twenty acres of vegetables Our space I* not sufficient to attemptto ;

stone mostly by hand, at. a heavy world, the most influential in the Narrows where there detail the many Interesting Incidents .131 & 136 East Street Jacksonville .
clearing land is also of the trip and we shall not 'give the Bay Fla.
his
expense; and wealthy of associates have was one acre at the time the last names.of all the members of. the party ,
hand la-
accomplished entirely by hesitated to put their money into county pamphlet was issued. It as there were with u. those' who might KjonCmoE. r

.Vor. If a practical man would the concern, at present. seems to us that each new edition not care for the world to know that they

onstruct or purchase a small We are glad to have this communication should show'thinge.as: they 'exist. had been guilty of being party to an ex O. BLAIR. D. R-THRASHER.;

Meant ,dredge, with a'capacity of a I from our esteemed Much of the, matter 'contained in cursioq on'this particular day; neitherdo
we wish to render It possible for
our
Hundred yards per day, capable of friend, and there is no doubt it is the 'olddamphlet. is ancient-his readers to ascertain the identity of the Blair & Thrasher

suiting a ditch or canal ten feet a candid statement of facts. We tory. we,cannot urge the commit lady with'.whom ,we were sandwiched ,

'wide, we believe he wonld make a sincerely hope that matters will so tee too strongly to cut short: the against the Ice cooler; but we append a

Handsome living from a small Investment shape themselves that the canal article few dots worthy of special notice. OKEEtS
on by taking' ditching con company will be able to secure the space thns'saved to practical facts, adorns the countenance of Christopher

tracts. We believe he could make necessary funds'to"complete their which intending settlers are anxious Columbus Curtlss, was the result of contact

'a good profit, and do the work 'at work. It seems to us that, in view to know. Many who are coma with the heel of a young lady; who Commission &: ,Distributing Merchants

Half the cost required at present to of the land made supposed she was dealing a death blow ,
large grants by Ing to Florida are looking for business to shark.* '
.
)aye the work ,done by hand. We the State to the ,company, that locations. The articles 'onTitusville Those a sand balls which John Cameron 153 WEST BAY; STREET ,JA JACKSONVILLE, FLA..

B&O believe that in the pineapple they might be ,able, by grading the Eau' Gallie and Melbourne used, in lieu of snow balls raised the' -

'section, where the growth is mostly.rub' lands, at low prices, In-large bod should be enlarged; as ire of a certain young lady to concert "P. O. Box, 701.

a steam plow could be used les, to sell sufficient to realize mon. these towns have doubled in the pitch, and she.voiced her sentiments in
sUcatotoneSr
Ib t clearing the land and do the ey to carry on the work, and thus last three years. We had the hon The muscular development of the ORANGES ANDS PINEAPPLESA

.work: well fdr (25 or $30 per; acre, avoid the necessity of negotiating or of writing the'articleon, Titus calves'of the two editors who were prer-

wnlle the present cost of having itionebp a loan, and we have suggested this villeCfor; the first Brevard county eDt did not excite any particular admiration SPEOIALTY:
: hand'Is' more than twice but their bathing suits were the Consignments of all kinds of Solicited.
.. method of procedure to Mr. Denney. Frnlts-Vegetables and Produce
tfiat amount. These pamphlet. ,.and the. _same.. _. .one.. ..was envy of their male companions theabject .
suggestions usea in the second edltlonut of much comment by.the ladles.trof. LIBERAL 'ADVANCES MADE PROMPT RETURNS.:
are worthy of consideration by any while we spent {considerable..time Lanonette'waa on'hand, with a;
practical. mechanic.who;< has from THE COUNTY. PAMPHLET. in 'inSrder' Gerfutiful: bathing suit, and acted the' References: National Bank of the State of Florida; W. H. Sharpe. Sharper Y.
preparing pages to
five ; '
erne to two thousand dollars capl treat the youthful cavalier to perfection, bat the Moore, Eden; Wells A Sons, Plant City, eta I2junTHE
advantages Titusville old man might have known better than !
fh!.. The work draining ditch..
satisfactorily, the committee cut to cross swords with. .the editors, In that EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION '
'fog;and clearing would be as much Now that it is probable we will' us down to one page, In.order to foot rata COOMPANY.

more satisfactory over the. present not secure the contract for print. make room for the long treatise E. L. Brady forgot his bathing suit, at

methods asthe driving of artesian ing the county pamphlet, and are climate.We the. last moment,but from 'a study of

wells by steam is over the old hand not to make profit out of it, we his countenance as he stood under an
have given our views on the umbrella,'we believe he passed the time

stjstcm.WJB : .. shall console ourselves with free subject freely, not that we wish to very pleasantly, In watching the antics

criticism on the subject and point dictate, or intimate that know of the more fortunate ones, and in other
we
11"Schedule
out-not how the work should be ways. a !
with the
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agree fMie Spirit more than the committee, but elm- non.n. F. Atkinson forgot his dignity .**
done for satisfied
'twill
we are be "
fa regard to the World's Fair. We 1 ply from the fact that we are in a for the time, and seemed to derive special

[l,.annot succeed in getting up much well done if undertaken by the position to know just, what the delight in ducking his companions. He ..,
enthusiasm, or urge the raising of -Star office-but will say a word in of could not run very fast;but it was all up '
great majority
to send exhibit from regard to what the .pamphlet people' .are anxious with the victim upon whom he succeed In effect July 6, 1891. ;
money an should contain. to learn about the Indian River ed in getting his. Herculean clutch. The steamer'ANCIENT CITY leaves New Smyrna Mondays, Wednesdaysand
this county. The fair will be more and it is to satisfy these j inquiries Mrs M. E. Gruber, the most demure at 5 11
There will 'be edition Fridays, a. m.;Titusville a. rn.j Rock Ledge 8 p. nu;arriving at Mel
ct an Industrial and commercial probably an that the pamphlet is pub lady of the party It was quite plain,was bourne at 7 p. m. Returning leaves Melbourne at 6 a. m.,Tuesdays, Thursdays

character than an agricultural. of ten thousand copies, and lished, and it should meet the no novice In.'a bathing; and no ,one and Saturdays; Rockledge, 8 a. m.;Titusville, 12 m.; arriving at New Smyrna at

The:; great majority of those who this number will be amply sufficient want as fully as possible. enjoyed a dip in old ocean more than 7 p.m. .
she. .
R. P. PADDISON
to supply all demands G. F. P PADDISON
to distant proper
from
get Chicago points;
J. P Goldsmith reminded of General
one a Manager. G. F. A P. A.
for two years to The last .
come.
tn study the exhibition. will direct hippopotamus in his evolutions and
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their attention; mainly:;: to labor edition,was only five thousand but By the Sad Sea Waves. the ladies seemed eager to get out of the

sjaving machinery and appliances, served its purpose well for two reach of his gyrations. He was finally THE: TROFICAL TRUNK LINE .

years. The pamphlet ehould 'not Quite a party of TitusTillians made an I calmed down by.Atkinson, at' our sug .. Jacksonville West "
Manufacturing products Tampa $ Key System.
processes, and ,
be distributed broadcast excursion to the beach, for the gestion, security: was restored. ..
md works of art. This was the through. of having a dip In old ocean and purpose interviewing Mr. Hodgson had neither a bathing
rule at Philadelphia, in 1876. The out the country but sent only to Neptune last Sunday. The I suit nor a girl but any one who thinks Schedule In Effect June 1st, 1891.. Central Standard. Time.
those ,who write for information in his cup of fun was not running over
peat manufacturers who exhibited route waa through Banana creek, to a, on --
their machinery and manufactured regard to the Indian River, and In point known as Chester Shoals where this taken.particular 'occasion. is badly.mis Going Booth,Read Down. 8TATIONSGolDe North Bead Up.;.
:
the Life Station of that '
order that the seed Saving name 11
products were brought in contact may bring located. The winter domicile of the Captains Bent and MercIer say they t 4 00pm-a i5j.>m. 60am Leave Jacksonville Arrive.Greco .430 am HlHpm t' 10Dm
with new customers, from all parts forth good fruit, It should contain Canaveral Club is also situated In the never bad so much fun since before the II liT 1 8 ""a Urrtre a Cove Springs Leave 8 14" 11 Ham a 56"

?f the world, and reaped a hand. just such information aa those Into Immediate neighborhood. This association war, and the same party can rely upon 156"e W44 .104.....}.... ." Barilla Falatka a a ,426"0o" 11. 44 00".. ..f..00"......
their services at any future time on pY .......... Y DeLaad N .
whose hands it fall wish to of wealthy Yankees have erected T4sas"YiirY' ... .
but the may ....... Y ****
reward magnificent .
4MU Y
tame .
; short notice. Orange City Junction ........
obtain. Every reader who makes quite a commodious structure, at eon M: Warn f 40" .. ...... N Baulord Y .lta" 'fM"' ..........
agricultural display of the States slderable expense, and while the InteriorIs We had almost forgotten Charlie Morgan ......... 4 40" -:....... EaterprlMTrruaviixx ..... T 63" ...... .
Kansas, while it was good a visit to the north will rememberthat no doubt, designed .with a view of and his guitar. He was a whole orchestra ........... Sod ........ .. ....... e"Y ......d..
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In himself .5. e 110" Y Tavan a .. .
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side show, and attracted'the Penn. the Inquiries that came to him comfort and luxury, we must say candidly lo-llke and the most Appol- .......... ssaa .......... N Orlando Y 'it5ODm S a 48 ao." ....,. ...
from those he met who were thinking that we were not very well 1m bather In the party; but the If........ ssa" .......,.. Y x.i..lmm.e a .: 5k". ..... ..
.
jlvania farmer, as a matter of curiosity preased with Its archive tujal features.It pending departure of a young lady for ....... 10" .......... Y Bartow a BO'. ..H.
was really of little benefit of coming to Florida, were in has the air of an' Sanford, gave his countenance a sad as .......... su* .......... It Tampa It I ta06- :,.:L;:.. .::...,...
told ladies' .
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regard to our land. the healthfulness home, .**.. tos* ........ It Fort Mu.se Y 4M"IM .i..a...'
to the State making the ; or the Insane peeLThe ... 11 II" .......... It_
display private uylaiu'you' run ear 'ArcadiaPnntaOorda a .......... ........c
excursionists and all .......... .......... .. .
The same money required to send of our section, cost of clear aerOu In northern states, on the outskirts one ; enJoyed li1: 30" a 1210" ......................

.. creditable log, kind of crops raised, time re. of large cities. One can usually themselves hugely and we shall .......... I
display to Chicago if feel sorrowful Indeed If we should fall to lilttlG U am Leave .Pklatka ....... t.llIO&II1
quired to realize an income and tell these establishments a mile awayby .......... a M<* Arrive InterlacbeBHawthurae ......... Mpm.
lew"
receive notice of the
next > lea
pent In Judicious advertising In their solemn and repelling aspect. We trip, of a similar .......... l'" 1111.. a Arrive........... U" SM"
probable amount acre of chaaacter. in time to repair pur bathIng ......... s 11 ." a
some other way would yield ten per pro understand the members of the. Cana. .......... 4Q" Y beI1e' ...... JI" J'"
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11' GaiueTtle Y .
suit ..
fit. The sea, ** "
times better results. new pamphlet should cover eras Club are anxIoua'to the .... .... m. 5 issUJS" -
The a
Indian preserve ; { n lIT. Orange Lsk. a ... ... tU"
these points fully. solitude with which their headquarters George L Morton and wife and Mrs. .......... jUcalaLeeabnrg Y ..v.. .... ." lit-
:Uverites who to the, show will ....... easfU" y T.
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go Schuyler, and U. V.LeiUUtre and valet ..
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..Invested at and it is a ....... ..
present, possible U Mameie
tell about our wonderful climate If the committee In ,charge de took a trip to the beach, at Cheater .......... sis* a.Y Y FembertoaBruokjville a .... ... .... ...
they adopted the plan of model mad- ..,....... I. JO" a ..o.... .. .
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elde have heard it a .. ..,.....
and resources better than a poor aa we asserted house ia order that tourists and,sportsmen Shoals, last Sunday, and several .......... .......... ae.a a Eu.Ua, a .......... .......... arch
exhibit could. they will, to use the matter, con. outside of their own charmed circle hours, enjoying the antics returning Tltus- .......... .......... a M.. a Ttvarae ....................... eke 1M'a

tamed In the old pamphlet, while might steer clear of .tlvelr shooting villa excursionists, before to e dally t Dan,...ic.$Bu < .,.. 't Bundmy ooly.TnUaalmTluJatik .. ... _

the money paid for the new edition best, under the Impression that "they' Korto &unt. soavul*aad I"alacka. ....." ":a.a.m.aa4l'a1AWaU 60 Po" are na daily between, .JijL"_ j

TBI Governor has a two column will not be thrown away It will not were In danger of being seised by a wan Bargain: in Bearing Orange ,
dering maniac. If this was the Intention
advertisement In the last issue of bring as good results as if the entire of the club In adopting the plaa- of Grove. Indian River Steamboat Oo.I ., -:_

tne IToriJiant inviting bids for the pamphlet was revised. The their structure It Is likely to have the We offer a bearing grove of 600 trees .

State printing. It seems that the older editions contain ar"! Dg-.arti. desired effect. It would be hard to In City Point hammock. Crop coming ...... .
)fewi of Florida that this cle half make a stranger believe that It Is not aa season, about 600 boxes Twelve acres "' ,...
provide embracing nearly the Institution of the kind we have la mind. of excellent land. Three hundred feet 1h,":. ..
ball be let out to the lowest bid. space of the entire book, on the If the Club should fall to preserve the front on river, and running back quarter .. ',;- ,
*r. The advertisement referred subject of climate. This questioncan solitude they value so hlg of a mile. Same amount of front on ,. ....'

At contains the proviso that the be handled, certainly, with sat nst that the structure be county road. New house; four large ,I>

printing shall be done in the city Isfaction In from three to five ,tow, and that the regulation painted rooms, sealed; with hall and porch;
of kitchen
a quarantine camp dairy large cement cistern
e.L Tallahat ee. As there are only pages, instead of thirty; for there 'These precautions would, no doubt se. .barn good springs of water a variety of

txoor three printing establishments are very few people who think of 'cure an unhul&Ung avoidance by ,war.llers. 'shru bevy. The Improvements alone iwiskrsu .*. .TU.. x.-ta*vUl.,at.. w..a-sa.... .. ..,.nanf', fir.fla and way

fa.that town, the Governor might making Florida their home; who : and there an few of our own people 1,are worth the price asked. A great bar. a5.W.gM.s "" KIII1MIane a& 1-aa4 Po 1'I1da m. dal ucep&8Radal'.n'Yw.DP1_. ,

late gone around and Interviewed have not already satisfied themselves who would not pass by on the otaet gala. Price 93,730. IAAYe"...-...ea ..m,T.iday.,Taandays..d&& rda,.,-.uac eotar troy r.TiantnI .
:side. Enough however, of the Club.W ; Writ for particulars to r.r M..Inl. .aa.o.rtac at.tatlap sari aa-a above sad eat..,nee.esc.. aFplJ Set local
tsfdl one, ia a short time-or sent as to the. healthfulness and '26tf Bouns kgwty.rO..rs1001.>sJar2.uar11MT1a. .
started out to tell of; tU trip and GAAHAX tney1I.. .
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With Refrigerator
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'. a. McDONEL, Mr. John Carpenter,of Goodtan .lftcL THE GOTTEN ; ;n. OLMSTEAD;INDIAN RIYER LUMBER Cog .' _M, 4e-

Proprietor.cultural says: "I tried .Chamberlain'. CoHo, '
Cholera sad Diarrhoea: Remedy/,. for 'The Pioneer Dealer4n r.

diarrhea? and .evere.cramps, and palM (SUMMER R> )) ., Feb Q8 189. *
-{ Statistics of tie la the stomach and bowel with the beet n L MERCHANDISE, Incorporated, .,
result IB the wont 13a11e8 I never bad Sewanee '. '
County.i to give more than the third:doe to effect ; f 'Eau Gal" he. : R. RA SON, Manager. *. .,: >'- 'Y'1; ;
doN will -. .
a-care.' In raof case One ..
TnntyAueie. WR.'Sandexs' do. Deride 1U other good quallttes.1tI. UNDER MANAGEMENT eep in Stock a Choice variety o= TITUSVILLE ,FIAd'::
tdutyitUtoeogsplle the apkMlrtatistic 'M take."* 25 and 60 oeot
pleasant ;
of tbe-county, ha kindly & JOE H. SMITIIi OYJ, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, "
boUle.foraleby Dixon, Gray :
hed a* with a copy of his report 3.. = ,TOILET ARTICLES, ET( HOUSES FRAMED TO ORDER. ft'J .: r1'IiARRISON

Allowing I* a ramary of the item -A new play by Eden K Gr ville,called NOW OPEN. Apply will Sell a* Low'&I the Lowest. BROTHERS' MIXED PAINTS,.unequalled for_beauty. and lasttn*? ":: a

ioed la the document. We also ap- "* Cir nd examine Stock; 8 qualities. Color Cards and .I-; ,
Iffc prices
fthe atathtJca ef 1890, for' compaEts "Sh&te*pear 'Wu recently prodfl : my -- on application.- %: '" ,

Grand total only va given of the eel fn England. The Immortal William Special F.fort.llaaze ENDER AKoncy for U.o "A.rmoUr." the bert Wind Eagyse mad._, : '9 -:- .r 1

i and productions: was the berry and Anna Hathaway, the Gtiettt.; ; E. .&, CO, : : i

,ct. Acre. BnsheK- 'Value. heroine. 'Qaeen' Bens, Sir Walter RaiJgh 'tOb.aJarorZl Profos ional,Cards.Bo J. M. Sanders f.' ", ,', ..e

86* 1., 05 I 1,207 and a'lot other swells of the per- Refer to Cap Joe. J.5DimuFAC'l'URIIG : ,; /> f"7" e.F
a CO 90 ju3mO.


I t peas potatoes, 661 161 X710:28 to 5,741 100 fod.were la-the J cut.U1ttm'ber1ab1's'.Eye and Skin! W, H, GLEASON ; yille. ,>'_ .JEWELERS. ., '1a. 080110.1'TJOBB1NS.A, rL *nn.GRAHAM WALTM, .OmaxaM. DRYGOODS'OTI > NS: >; '" w 1t


I 16 1,002 2,204 B [
potatoes, Otottnent ATTORNEYG-AT.LAW, I. .
Barrel*. ATTORNEYS IN of -Fine- and Complicated CROCKERY. ; '
<'l. 1.449 7,490Irhit,1riee,4881' A certain (nr*tor Chronlo Sore Byes, ; setting of Diamond and other Tnviviujc, Drerard Co., Florida.
agev SADDLERY ,, '"
10S 45S Tetter Salt Jthenm! Scald Head. Old Io"$ Stone 'J
? P.0.Bore: III.
** '400 Chronlo Soroa. FeTor Sores, Edema, TITLES TO SPANISU ator'AJllt llog Teaks Carved and Will practice In all the eoanttcs of the Seventh STATIONERY, -p "d'

15 Mtoo 600 Itch Prairie Scratches,. Son Nipple for cane-heads., brooches, eto. Circuit and In the Supreme Court. special facilities FAMILY MEDICINES B8r + ,
6,380 AMINED:AND : mad for Examining and Perfecting Land '
cane, 47 400Jp Jewelry .
and l'Uee. ItUeooIing wad soothing. GARDEN SEEDS-
Titles. tames ndenoe solicited from ClaIm. ,
beehives, 467 28,600 Ibe.: 2,040 hn been cured S. Ray new building. opposite lute and Heir to Spanish Grants. CHOICE '( r .
Crate. Hundred of eaves by Abstracts Famished and "from Postofflce." GROCERIES, : \.

186t. 11,'l33' 21,425 It after aU other treatment had failed. attention to all tirdel'l by mall Money to Loan. 1 HAT, CORN, MAPES' FERTILIZERS, 'r ,' '" .,. '

mbere. f 68 176 i It la put up In 25 and CO! cent boxu. Obtained.:' FINE PATENT FLOTJHSOoooct. .
+ M 00 D OACUICR, J.8.\Jf'Osu.. 1i

_ Bearing tree*. Boies.7d,8H Defective Homestead and Notary. Attorney for Board County 'lorida.DEALER ,, "
ORLANDO NURSERY .GODFREY : : ;.
Entries Corrected and CommUiionen.ATJLbENA l' '
> 118,132 202,079 & : ,., ,, .. 'i"
one, ;,1,282 14,609 8,040 Claim Adjusted before /-* ; SANDERS, -VV.;. '1 I.oaer&" : ,
'.oosutltreee JAS. prop'r.OIlIiANDO went at : ,
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It 1,443 4,203 MQTT, Washington. I IEAU' Manufacturer of ..
684 1,000 nut 63Ppleenumber I I Correspondence solicited. IN CLOTHING; '". '. : ,


nat, bunches,, ,1 OO 18,190 1,200,110 qt* 75,198 8,816 400 -, FLA.I OALL1E, Pine :lumber, Will practice,ATTORKEYS-AT-LAW In all the Count 01, the, State Gents.. Furnishing Goods, Shoes; 1 aiI :,:: )fr .>",1 7

hberrtesacree :tl Roaoic DBK88KD, of Florida,and the United States .." Caps Umbrellas Trunks "
120 13bhL 40 Orange Tree, our. ,, Yallses : '
Pine '& .. Dos u...... :: ,
4. 10 Lemon Trees Cypress A t...tabl. Crates:' r. .FINE: CIGARS.Eto. s '"
Number. 1 ., Grape Fruit Trees,' deliver.dmul any part of Indian River o.BoxI38.. nrcaynijc, ILA.Nowt' The house ; / >
IS '1M Cathy Guava bin of latHnr.- only In town'making'aape-i I'- .
es' in OF ALL KINDS Anyone cnnUmplat- to Loan. 19 ,.
ll (lnroa Kant COM would clalty of Gente..FUrnlAhlDg Good. *
69 3,545 LeConte and 'Keller < | yie do well to ;
Tahiti Limes \,
ROUGU OR f orprimi. The Uwmlll situated on the -CiC.
Drop In and .
k Cattle, 6,903 23,165 Pear, Peach and Persimmon Tree, A K :W.B.1.,I miles south of Falatka. i ,,examine'tny;stock'and < _..
1,834, 2,325 M.' D. L. DODSON compare prices. Cash customers > ,
Shingles :Lath ; ,L BlillntiTell0 J 1)R. con
Niagara Grape Vine OleoEus mand
keno. 8,334 1,994 ,, .. every consideration. competitors. : ,., ';
,- claim to confer ,
ks, 64 60 uma Ilights,Putnam co.,Fla. .
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93 TT* tend la General, iJa* of nreeryStock. apple & Vegetable P SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE: SURGICAL Call when 'convenient. First door :. ;}
k doyen*. 84,179 8,989oowiv Tsogemo south of ADVOCATE '"V ; ;"': ',
office, .
ft MECHANICAL : 'j.
S.060
b 85 DENTISTRY
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; .84,450:' 10,547 FOR It will pay parties who General} Su'pplJ.St r .... M' '
ppounds M15 building to call on, or TITUBVIL J TLORIDA.TTVR. : .j '
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.8,845 '
---- at DeLeOn Springs. : pUci toBill What You Don't,Want and DIXON &, G1tA ,, !
value of all production, & You .
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Order filled. ,
r year ending June SO, 1801- ,$471,706 Wines Spirits, promptly Dairaiots, ORs;rarulnc ImpU-' B. L. WILLS, Dealer in '\. -

Chandler & ,BaUders'jMaU Musical InstrooMnt, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Drags, Chemicals PerfnnwryTofl: "
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A hew PEOCE83 '
VAPOB
uct act"for year Acre ending'Buibels.June 801890.: P, O., THE :,;;whloli Is death to all other. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Articles, Fine Soaps,'Stationery, '' a.-

167 1800' 1,886 :Beers / L. Casper, Agent, Tropic, and an, experience of twenty JEWELRY .
10 230 133 / year practice, offer his *erviceto ; "-, 1 "
the citizen and SPECTACLES & : '
of c-
|eet potatoes, 67 8,828 2,219 CIGARS ETC. TUuiyllle vicinity. ,SEWING MACJQINEa, ", !
4 130 140 W. N. H.I 'orricxi OVER I, w. noacsa: co. :. f4 <
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I peu.., !5' 230 480 Guns, Pistol, 'Watches a .an- # s;
'21 618 1,362 OF TIlE FINEST QUALITY, Dealer HUE P; ELY MachlnerjrTtep.lred.: ; Clock. _
potatoes, *, In e I LA ,, and Jewelry Specialty -; t
Darrell.bag so TO t4 ,
18 1,808 2,408 : : JUSTICE OF TIlE PEACE HTH DIST School Books and .School nppl**1' "

plan, CO 295 965 Losley &: Benaker.Families General M rch Notary Public for tae Stall at !.up. Subscriptions taken at publisher. prlcear"4 _

pe foals, 6 26 63 Contractor and Builder of over M vaart' upi. o for Newspaper, Book, Magazines, .: .;. .,*-, .'
7. 10 10 ton 180 Supplied. rlnno Na&uralJ'1aIab a Specialty. Prescription carefully compounded its' : '
DRY GOODS :t'.1::' :
cane, '33 104 y'p 2,726 O MELBOURNE, rUU II any time, day or night. At-. ,

bney, bee, hives.. 844 22,5751"Crate 1,626 Blaster's Sale. NOTIONS, : ,'*," '" 't; .
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*. AND BY VIRTUE: OF A: TINAI '"-illfani: : Futoh
Imatoe 00 7,483 U ST Dru..gs "
*, 8,239 decree of foraclomra and sale, tuning out p
Scomber 1 ,20 100 of and under the teal of th*Circuit Court of Drayman.Hauling .
Bearing trees.. Boie the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, la and Choice done at reasonable rate. At.
for Brevard 001111,1. Chancery slttin6to seertale Patent
gel, 68,817 17,037 174,486 cue wherein Mary M.Wilbur, by Walter 8. tend all departing and meet all arriving Medicines; /. 1-
mono, 630 108 473 Graham, her next friend, and Sidney Wilbur, amis,.FLA.It'H train' '

ea, *sa M 100 e I bar landen buiband a* trustee are complainants,and Jane ,T.and Senders James and T. Order left with O. B. Humph or at Elegant Perfumery and Toilet irtleJiff<. vS 10.

nut*, 42aeapples Telltna Backett ae executor, and John W.8aek- ADVOCATE office! willeoel.e prompt .; 1 ,
number, 004,750 69,401 ett,Telltna Beckett,Ulen Btrohm and Robert A. C. J. HEC'f -.... attention '
buncbea iardee are d"f.ndanta\said decree being under .Kept constantly on hand atT. '
21,003
name, 0,191
date of th fink Monday what th,people about this stove .., ;, o" _.
JulyMthimIwULoi> : say f i ; ) .. ;
1 400 800 It. ry
awberrleacrea. qts. In September,tbe same being th*Tth day of Dealer In AltfM M. B. Sumsoll 1f.: .' ; .
aches, tree, 100 'a tbe month,and a legal between th* le- i pear Sir-We obMrf ally. testify HB. Spreven'stDItUG .: : >
Ift'assok O3 qualities of UM M w f'rocs a ( / ,f
Number.brses of sale,suit the court DOOM 11QO: an. : :
door, la Tltuivllle, riorida, sell the following Stove.. We hav had on over sin BRICKLAYER & .
178ile 12,960 I deecribed property, &ow1.II of the sooth Melbourne, ,and eanaotpolnt' to a slnirl*fault. ,. PLASTERER BTOBE. .' "" ,
H.C.A K,A.Borlmgeour.
*, 63 4,710 I west quarter of Motion one township twenty ;"s ,, .,
l ,)dry '
ok cattle, 0,071 28,261 ;two, south of rang thirty-sl. eaat, ezeepUnB: e 8.IM. Titusville Fla. t :
th north of the north half of said Also the
quarter egress" saving of paa1lneln the New latest New.paperal'erfod1 :: "
B*, 1,083 11,117 suthwetquerterwhich contains twenty acne, .on.be old. I? in Work contracted for on of cat. : "
ckens, 4,006 1,794 and. known as the property of Oeorn "N.Ior- Hats Shoes Clothing (wondtranddvUKbt.keep.m* a perpetual Indian any part Qly .nr'. ." .
brkey*. 14 17 ton. Th balance of said south-weei qunerbe itoMn.8ldn.y Wilbur.. River. 8
leas \ exoeption mentioned contains on*hundred .
kg* dozen, 89,450 10,440 and forty acre or so much thereof a*shall Just Arrived. Splendid *. Hay 6th, :: ,..: < "
itch cow, 406Ik 6,853 be inflicleot to Mu.llie amount of said decree delighted with the New Process Vapor JUST \!
gallons,' 64,360 13,170 and_.... AU of said land, is situated in t berettlem.o. OILS, PAINTS, It U store than I expected. Jno McAllister, ,RECEflDj", I'. : j;; -
known as Heath on Banana creek In 8. Wiley. .
utter,pound, 4,300 1.298 Brevardeunty, Florida. X considerable por DRUGS, GROCERIES, ,n.,Hal Ash,llWrh II ',,."'""ry-'t'-. ,' ,
btal production for 1800, $350,253 km of tbe above described land U hammock. Of all kind; and In fact Contractor for .... ',. ... ,
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jalue of production for 1801, $471,709 term* of sale,eaah. 6'peMaster.Notice everything. Call and ATF. .' I, :.7_!:."', .<', .
alue of 1800 I1 : .J: .. .
production for 850,253 Notice., r'f Artesian Wells .' c + '... r''f 1, .' .. .
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for 1891 $121,453 -
crease f 'f '
of Incorporation Notice to Debtors and I --", ,'(7i r' Ji i' :

CREDITORS, and after August vet, 1801, there i C. ; 'rkfS. ,
legatee IttirBlllOfl
Of the Je Soto Beach Improvement Co Au. to attribution out of ,. Ban tiallle, Fla. <<.I""' .
Order Suit. no freight" received for : ,
a break B.Baekett, deceased,. or signed :. :j;i. l'
I J. P. Turner A Co. have Just addede 1. Th name of this corporation shall be th" tied to present their claims and Eden Wharf, via' Indian. River ; ,:.'!',; '.f--: ; !, t ''' ;
"De Soto Beach and Improvement Company. _den ,sole executrix of & .. .a. .
1 finest display of samples, for mer1&Ot S. Tbe general nature of tbe bumps the la two yean,or this notice will Co.'* boats; sad a* the Ed n JSr..a. s, .''i" ;. '
tailoring, that it has been our eorpomtlu.haU be development of a town bar of such claim. AU person GEORGIANA FLAT ;,r 't ?.
d fortune tQ aee In this country, ande site and seulile resort upon a certain tract of tate aN hereby required to settle House I* permanently' closed, NEWSPAPER :
land extending from the Banana Biverto-th* with the nndenigned, promptly, win be .no guests taken or landed
price are very reasonable. With Atlantic Ocean, a short dlManea from the property Instituted for tbeireoUectlon.TUJTVA. SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY ,
Iver three hundred samples to selectfrom. known as the De Solo (Jro'I''. Said tract Eden: Wharf.TU08. "
Ton can leave measure and >f land is known and described as follow,to.witt Bate Kxjontrlx: of th*Uet,will The Pioneer Agenoy. 200
your .. eight \ ",-e.e of Frank B.Backett,40M eM reI. E. RICHARDS BOZ. 'J -" .
to lax w las :
let Iota _
:and
Just u nice a fit u If you personally and on two of ,. > township For term and sample cople* address- '
tepped into your own tailor In New twenty-two, south of rang thlrtyeeveneeet PBOFKHTOB. 0. H. NAUMAN '
Tork or Chicago, and ordered your suit and containing on* hundred and iKbty-; .Notice of ,
lees. The hall 'Trn7yn.v>, Brevard county'Flo.
sighs acres o
more or npuy
nits furnished la 8 to 12 *tf :
from days.
take such as It find eweewry
hart power to steps may Of tin TUuttiOf.'Oak Hill -- JELLY GLASS
of its
M promote the general objects .
-The editor of the London Daily Incorporation,toot, the development of a sea- Steamboat and 2'rG ,
of Iota,erecting buildIng
disposing -
aide resort by '
'etc. 1* recompensed for hi* labor with property*, constructing from Banana a River tramroad to the through Atlantic tea TUnrrllle L Th name, O>k of Hill ibis sad { ., li ; 1PT .

L salary $20,000 a year. Dcean beach.aa4 to pI'OTtde.of transportation sad TraaaportaUoa eo..7.So of&be :
The general nature
membere sad from TitusTlUe
Its
for patrons _
Change of Schedule. and other tributary polule, eorporation shall be the 61lu ''a'tCArdD 60 DOZ. .
,. The capital stock<*f corporation than sad passengers ape the l 84Vs r# .; : -i- ;
Creek, and tbe )( jyruyra. 1ji1
Etven and '* -
be an thousand dollar, divided into on* hundred M t :' 4
In order to facilitate the freight,Mr-: hares of fifty dollars each, to be paid up the total counties meet of convenient Bravard,Dad point +Uj I tE Cttr4sN tANil MASON'S } i

vice of the East Coast -Transportation in hit shall commas brninees Liver to reach the Bight of( a : "
Th corporation
Company, the following schedule will be upon to Slinf Its articles of Incorporation with the a. The capital stock of, the all lj -- -
Dullan
be five thousand divided .
ran by the steamer Ancient City. In effect Secretary of Mate and with the Clerk of the. dred than,of Shy dollars each, a IMPROVED "
Circuit Court In a4 for Brevard eeunty,and
6th. This ,
on August arrangementwill In full. '
eonUaue fur tieriod of <,
sham a twenty yean.
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enable the company to deliver a. The iHulnees of the company ahaU b* eon. 4 TIle uelutJl jt.; :
articles of I I ,
to Titusvill ducted ....idea..lIecretuY. Treasurer aad lABS; ._ OJ
freight from Jacksonville by a InEiEI&8 State. ..4 th"* clerks e( 1JU .r"",,,
Board of Three DtTbe. Board of Direct ";
In thirty hourj and to down river point Increased Sv In which It shall operate --0--" .' .
however be to by a majority <
i
ia forty-eight hour from time of ahipmenti on vote of the may stockhoiden of the company, for.u.'. period biulneii ef ftftv nt year_* 1 TINTS QUARTS ;: .<
!tie Che
.who...may.be.present at any regular stoctaolden, dacled by a president, ...,...,..pea illS! **, .. ">, '. ''.
Leave New Smyrna Monday, Wednesdays .. .n.The nasal stockholders ....uc shall be treaennr,and a.*directors-: "i .
it
and Friday, at 1 p. m.: arrive at kekt a* UP prweipal omce of&beJIUIY,ftTinuTiUe stork recson,W shed tin prineipnl be held,..by veto of .a H ..; ,
TUusvllle leave Tllu'nne the tbe ftret Tuesday of September U 0._ **.
an 7 p. m.; on th Tlt TlUe,on the ant Tuesday of I _teiw:n: '.,' o.
whlrh *Boarjjnareeton
following morning at 0 a. m.: arrive at each year.at muting Th board of director '''' .
... yw. '
anaU be sleeted to until th*neat a* .. i -,1: 11 R
I Melbourne: at 13:30 p. m. ejl inorirlnf.nntH their innnneenn .rt doljanalifledrn .Mreeldent,vice president, ; Send In JOur orders at once. ,, :
be not
er who may direeton er "
Be turning: Leave Halbourne Tue.- Buard of Director shall eievtthe'rresidoBt lower to eoneolldat any two of :. ,<,: -
I days, Thursday and Saturdays, at 1 p. Vtos-FreaideM Secreury awl leeided expedient. Direeton a... ...,, fin,
nu; arrive at TltusvlUa at7 p. m.; leave A Director may alee an any ether *Ae., bet be stockhoiden in the rvwatle. ; ,
Tltasville for New Smyrna Mondays, none other uakckkotdvre.hal be eAcen Ul. ability S. Tbe to hlgheet which amount the of. ....,.,.,J '

Wednesday* and Friday, at 6 a. n., arriving '- Tbe"h 'hest Indebtedaees M, ime subject half shell not -- It rdIUIL
at New Smyrna at 11 a. m. aokouat fees valu of th*.capital Mock.R. -'S S.-:
Ha al ty to wkich then acasdeossMJf re .. .- .. t.
Touching at City Point, Coooa, Bock- time sabjectileeif not tAth W. +s tea.as ADVERTISE in this"i It !
ledge and au laading* ea route. *face vain of it*capital stock. A. ...s5:e. .sre5 .P.
.G. F. FADDUOV. J. O. WalJO C. a-....,-tti:

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THE LEGISLATURE. I pan was pasted. A'd"lh! act to Incorporate bill of Mr. Williams, of Iichmondr.v. ; FOR'FARM '.AND U1KDE3. water to dilate It When ready to OH;
the Commercial Bank of Macori. THROUGH DIXIE.NEWS
extend commission
the railroad act over stir In enough water to make
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Also act to authorize the of pints> ia
as ordinary the regulation and location of railroads
BORGIA'S LAWMAKER'S HARD Gilmer county to submit the question of was referred to the railroad committee., WHIT AND CURD. all-thai Is, one-fifteenth of.the licjnij

issuing bonds to build new courthouse Bills favorably reported to pay the expense OF THE SOUTH BRIEFLYPARAGRAPHED After the whey I| removed, and applied would be kerosene oil.
At WORK. and jail. Also a bill by Mr. of the State road commissioners The
Carroilton while the subsequent stirring proceed, Hnbbard-IUley formula is
Carroll, to incorporate tbe and to fix compensation of the commissioners f as
Street Railroad Company. The governor of roads and revenue for Newton a new acid makes its appearance to follows: "One half-pound of soap
to
The Proceedings from Day sent In a communication together with county, and a joint resolution accepting Forming an Epitome of DallyHappenings the body of the cnrd, which seems to dissolved In one gallonof) boiling
:
Day Briefly .S Summarized.: the report of State School Commissioner the provisions of the set of congress Here and There.The depend for Hi development upon the water, when two gallons of kerosene
Bradwell on schoolbooka. In his message r efunding the direct tax of 1891.
THE-RoueLFaro.n.Immedlate11 the governor recommended that the .. I action of the air, and the presence of are added and immediately stirred as

on the opening house take such legislative action in accordance BUSINESS OUTLOOK I Berkoly land syndicate at Denver, which, experience baA shown to be an before. Then dilute with nine parts

of the session, Dr. Chsppell, of lAuren, with the roport as it saw fit. A Col., made an assignment Tuesday. Liabilities essential element In the make-up of: of water to one of the emulsion it
of number of home bills were read the first As Reported by Dunn & Co. $400,000; assets, $600,000. will
arose to a question personal privilege cheese. The acid should be allowedto has be eeen that Prof. Cook uses
"referring directly" to himself. He time, and the house adjourned-tlll Tues for Past Week. A Memphis, Tenn.. dispatch says t
times
.1 additionof four much
before the water
as ai
stated his reason for addressing the day. B. G. Dunn A 00.'. trade review for Proceedings of the motion for a new develop properly kerosene,

house., and said that he was Indignant at TTJKSDAV-After the house was called week ended July 28, says, Some fan trial in the King murder case were resumed salt, as the presence of that substance while Dr. Riley recommends twice as

what considered an attack by the Macon to order by Speaker Howell, and the proremeot in the business situation is Monday morning in the criminal will preclude its appearance.- much kerosene as water. The former
' T&graph not himself butupon journal read, the special' order came up. .
only court.
, upon still noted. There Is more actual trade National also uses more .
It was what is known the Dairyman. soap.
the house and member of it as "dispensary [
every In most of the leading branches, and A imall boiler used in the repair shops
and asked that its be read. The, bill, Introduced dm inn the winter session Prof. Cook hopes that all station entomologists
report more general confidence u to the future. of the Uill City oil mill, at Vick.burg,
feature of the Tlk r ph',report to which by Mr. Martin. The objects and But the situation does Injuring and horticulturists will
of the bill in brief to allow monetary not Mis* exploded1 Tuesday, fatally HOW TO KEEP DOWN Tun.FLIES.
are
lie took special exception: was that which purposes ,
grow clearer, and the decline Is strong Engineer Albert Spier and Fireman thoroughly try both these formula
' that horses ,
the
' !poke of him u "the long-eared member establisraent of a dispensary for the the and Host of the flies worry ;
Flaber.
sale of alcoholic liquors in counties which notwithstanding great dullness, Albert Itable'and in that farmers and fruit-growers
from Lauren, who rose again at 12.09 with enormous ranks the and cattle, both in the may
crops coming, battle between
o'clock and made another exhibition of shall hereafter adopt prohibition accordIng Last Saturday a negroes be advised to their
feeling of Wall street that difficulties bo as well as those that wisely as respective
liis this to the local option law. After the and Italian workmen on the Norfolk pasture,
stupidity. After
passage may be not for ahead. ind Western road in Logan county the human In the house merits.-[New York World.
was read by the clerk bill was read Mr. Martin, its author, took plague beings ,
,
Pr. Chappell arose and said: ")Ir.8pcakt"rThe the floor in its favor. A lengthy discus- Reports of the favorable condition than of week trade are Wtst Virginia, was fought In which writes a farmer, breed In the droppings -
evasion ensued. Mr. Fleming, of Rich. generally more a ago, two Italian and one negro were killed,
long-eared member from mond as the western crop prospects are stimulated and several wounded. of the animals, and may be keptin FARM AND GARDEN NOTES.
Laurens before again. I thought the bill as it stood uoconItituticarj

would like appears to have an expression you from ,, ,, and asked how the capital was change everywhere.is noted and In the is south little Four.convicts in the military prison at check by daily dusting the manure i Whoever neglects his animals must

the house as to that sentiment. Dr. to be gotton with which to start the dispensary < tight and trade,inactive.money But generally Fort Leavenworth escaped Tuesday by with air-slacked lime and road dust, pay for it in loss. .

of naborshMn. forthwith offered when opened. Mr. Martin replied crop pros. tunneling under the prison. One of the
Phillips in or keeping it in a dark underground In
Alabama
poets decidedly improve transplanting trees, do not
a resolution which died that u fK .Tel that the state had the power to four was Baseball Pitcher Lucas, who young

'toravh had abused the right to a seat in m+IDtaln the government, and a part of ,I lugar ind trade Is active holds and its firm at at New Savannah.Orleans made his third successful attempt to pit. The frequent use of disinfectants let the roots get dry.

the house, its representative: should not that power is the police power? and that The suspension of a own bank at Palatka escape since his incarceration some such as carbolic acid, or the leas No mixture of grasses is good for

be further entitled to a seat at the toporters' power would hav-j tho right to establish months ago.Judge dangerous thymo cresol will also
causes some depression in trade there, but all soils and localities.
desk. and maintain these ,
Here Mr.
Speaker Howell dispensaries. heavy purchases of tabacco at West Caa< Anoiston, Ala.,
Key files from the stalls. Wetting
called Mr. Goodwin, of Fulton, to the Fleming sent in an amendment which show unusual activity in cigar making.I city court, on Monday, appointed Capt.A. keep The: unpaying cow is carrying her
chair, and taking the floor Mr. Howell prevents tho money to s art the dispensary Business Florida Is P. Agee receiver of the defunct An the animals with .an infusion of walnut '

said in substance that he was sure his from coming out of the public funds. than last Cotton more has fallen promising three. tiston Saving arid Safe Deposit Company.This leaves has been recommended as a owner mortgagoward.

friend from Ilabersham did not fullr con. On motion, Mr. Berner, the bill, substitute eights to 8 year.cents for spot, with sales of was done at the request of the de-' preventive of the attacks of flies, but Don't allow your horse to bo chafed
alder the resolution he had offered, and and amendments were then recommitted bales >ositort, who held two or three meetings collar.
608,000 an enormous trade for the by an ill-fitting
asked that it be withdrawn. After considerable to the temperance committee. The The, of all recently to devise some way for obtaining of this I cannot speak from expert' :

discussion, Mr. Fleming, from bill which provides for a change in the season. have average fallen 1}prices cent commodities amounts due them. ence. Dry and cleanly stables that Man makes the stable; nature provides

Richmond, offered the following substi! code so as to prohibit tho sale of seed I per during air and sunshine.
the week. Great industries show an Improvement A Raleigh dispatch says: Dr. Ilenry are kept darkened in summer are not
tutee 'That entfreCOjfidenco August De-1
cotton from
we hereby our \jto
iq it? ,ability express the high charfiMtna cembcr 20th, Insteaq of between't tire. put no In signs wool of and recovery leather in manufact-iron and fish V. Wilson commission, director stationed of the United at Woods States apt 'to be infested with flies.-[St. Smoking meat preserves it-alt>

,
finfoftt foefulaifflc-f theWBr suntct! A4! sunrise; came up for 6'' nail, Mass. was Monday elected Louis Republic. makes it less digestible.
.. .Ul1V'I I on ,
-fr r irv8dtsiWrofal r-Cd... fir htu: r and broygbj\ with it con I i.The of in the of
f v.Jljrel' I depression in iron {serious though professor biology University In transplanting, be sure to keep the
dishonoring \ Which iuton. There! tau a substitute
Ofany JSerifhal North Carolina. will be scientific' expert .
prices are, on the whole, but littler He now TO GRAFT GRAPEVINES.In
criticism passed upon him." Mr. Philips provided for a license for I I changed. In the wool trade larger salts to the North Carolina shell fish com- that roots of the plamit moist.
an
grafting grapevines are
then Vlthdrew his resolution the traffic in seed cotton during the above at eastern cities and continued large receipts ml llon. His election makes a valuable Nature deals in variations for the

and accepted the substitute, time! but both bill and substitute seemed at the west reflect the improvement addition to the faculty of the Universityof inch or more in diameter, cut them offtwo of

which was unanimously adopted. equally obnoxious to ,many members of which the better ; dry j North Carolina. or three Indies below ho surface purpose improvement.
The house then proceeded with its rugu. the house. A motion was finally made to nalura Leather Breeding does not produce excellence
I goods iy c Ulet. is A dispatch of Friday from Sacramento, of the ground, then insert the clou just ,
action the bill.
Jar routine work which the indefinitely postpone on
of the roll of counties, far was the Introduction calling- This motion was carried, and that is the awakening and manufacturers are laying Cal., says: State Controller Colgan has as you would in a branch of an apple ; retains and fixes it.
in stocks The boot and
end of the bill for this session. The I more liberally. refused to draw his warrant for the size. Radishes have rich soil to'
of new matter. The bills Intro-1' shoe at the south and west tree of the same Wind with apiece must n
prospects are amount due as office rent for California'sworld's
duced were almost all of a local character, senate bill preven'ing the sale of liquor excellent, sod Boston shipments again fair commission He doubts the of cord or bark-no wax should make them tender and brittle by rapid
and there but of importance within three miles of church or
was one any general any
which was Introduced by Mr. school house in the state was brought up excee: 1 last year's, But the money mar. constitutionality of the legislative act bo used-and after tying, draw the growth.

Jackson, of Heard, about fertilizers. The that the house might concur in the ket at the at west show an increasing stringency demand appropriating $300,000 wor'd's' for the California soil back, covering the stock and cion, Young strawberry plants should
cxhib
Inme the
points approaching nt fair and wishes to
till& regulates the manufacture in such away amendments amendments offered offered by the in senate.the house Two to and collections are not, on the have the question decide by the supreme leaving only the_ upper bud on the hove while roots. Throw away all
that nothing but ammonia shall were
pure whole good good for the season. court before he pays but any money. latter exposed. Perform the black ones. *
be used, and that which comes from old the bill, but they were ruled out of or. operation
failures
hoofs and norns Is ruled out so to speak. der by the speaker, as the bill had been Business last occurring throughoutthe I There was a largely attended meeting as early in he spring' as possible, The kitchen Is the best place f 1"Itll.rtlng

resolution introduced 'passed by the senate and no further country during week as reportedto of the creditors of the Nashville Saving moister, and
A which provides 11. O. Dunn & Co."s or _as soon as the frost is out of the seeds. It is usually
I mercantile ncy
ff
for a joint session of the house and amendment Ij the home were in order. \ bank at Nashville, Tenn., Wednesday
senate Wednesday morning at 11:80 This action brought forth a parliamentary number, for the United Stales, 281; night, at which it was proposed to_settle ground, and before the buds show any warmer.

to hear the address of Chancellor<< Doggs. question, and the speaker asked unanimous Canada, 28; total 254, against 974 last on the following terms:- Twelve and signs of growth. Some vincyardists Pcktns often reach the weight of
week.
The resolution palled both the house and I content to have the bill postponeduntil one-half per cent in cash! and 87J per cut tho clone in winter and store themIn five pounds each when ten weeks old,

senate UM chancellor will deliver his address Wednesday, after the reading of cent to be paid us soon as certain real
before the general assembly, as the journal, when he would have decided THEIR VIEWS STATED. estate can be sold. The remaining 50 a cool piece' whore they will remain if heavily fed and well cared for.

provided by tho statute law. Senate bills the matter. Quite an important bill Introduced per cent I Is to secured by evil an I Iron dormint until the vines hive With all young poultry it will be

were then taken up for a second reading, by Mr. Saner, was pas'ed. It The Kansas Editors Issue Their stocks that lire now very low, l hut sure to pushed sonic of their leaves, then the found much healthier to keep them out

and when these had ben disposed of, gives the railroad commission the rightto Address.A advance sufficiently to pay this SO per clone inserted. the
are Grafting
several were put on a third reading. Senator institute suits against railroad companies grapeis of the wet grass in tho morning until

Ilarp's bill was the first taken up. It without notice to them, whereas about Topekh thirty-five, Kansas members, dispatch of the says Democratic that cent.A run began on the\ People's Home rarely success, except when performed they are well feathered.

was a bill to prescribe and make more certain formerly they had sixty dal,I' notice. Press Association! of Kansas Savings bank at San Francisco, Monday by those who have had considerable
the fees of clerks and sheriffs of the This bill provides also that although the there in convention.; The assembled and several thousand dollars was paid \ experience in the propagationof When you give tho roosts a kerosenebath

superior court of ttiii state In the matterof railroad makes a settlement with the committee back to the depositors. The bank cominislooers do not neglect: tho nudcr-slde, as
appointed to an address tines. it and he need
divorce suits. Tho bill requires that party aggrieved, the commission still .of the prepare state have have begun an investigation Try secure it Is the best bed for lico.. Onco m
completed
fO on account of costs must be paid when has a rIght to fix: a penalty. Other house tothepiopie their work. The address of the bank's nffulra. According to its ed experience.-[Irrigation Ago.
the for divorce is filed. On the call bills passed follows To expresses two weeks oil this bed.
plea were u : createa sympathy with of report July Oth. the People's bank has a -
body
of the ayes and nays the bill was passed now charter for the town of Dauglas-: seeking reform and any contending persons againstthe capital stock of .$1,000,000, of which A DISEASE OF OATS. One of the easiest and best ways of
by a vote of 109 to 18. Tho bill Intro title so as to extend the corporation limits one-third is There is
paid up. due depositors in
her
Is a
ex'sting evils in laws and the administrat A new disease Las recently attacked curing a setting hen ,to put
duced by Mr. Clifton, of Chatham, war ; to incorporate the town of Rhine in who number about eL/ht thousand
taken up by unanimous consent and the county of Dodge; to Incorporate the questions on of which tho government Is interesting, ono farmers of thu at the sura of $100,000. The bank the oats in this country, so that 1 last box or cage with nothing to set on or

pissed. It provides for the grant!nil of Excelsior bank of Savannah; to amend "nt. The address officers state that tine intt'tution Is perfectly year the crop was largely a failure amuse herself with but: boards.
certain Ind.ln Savannah to the United the charter of the Savannah pres IIIYIIWo : I
Lighterage solvent.A .
believe in abolishing the Iniquities everywhere east of the Mississippi Tho greatest mlltd'e: made is ia
'
Ststes governmert for the purpose of company; two bills authorizing the trustees I Bristol Tenn. of Wednesday .
of class legislation In tariff dispatch
legislation.We river. In Pennsylvania and New the hens too much instead of
building a custom house. Many house of the male and female schools ot What be feeding ,
the
believe in tho return ta the financial iay: promises to most
bills were then taken up for a first road- Washington to turn the property over to system of the country nractlced from the sensational trial that ever occurred ia York it was almost a total loss, and compelling them to scratch and excr-

tog, the board of education of- that- om--nlace._ foundation of tho.government t to the Bust Tennessee or West Virgin it now the production of his grain was less cise, thus promoting their health.
6ATtT Du.-A dull In the house. .
day -1-- year 1878. We believe in the abolition In progress at Abtngdon, Vs. It is the than for although the
many years
Quite a cumber of members were away Till: SENATE. of the bankruptcy system. We believe case of the commonwealth against Dr. J. If the poultry aro to be fed econ-

en leave of absence, and there was barelya IOlDAY.-Tho session of the senate in a vigorous and wholesome control.of A. P. Baker who was indicted 'ee nral acreage planted was greater than ever omically during the winter, care must

quorum present The regular routine was very short, lasting only a little more the transportation system of the country. weeks ago for murdering his wife by before. When tho plants were from be taken during the summer to secure
work was the reading of house bills forthe' than an hour. On a call for new matter in order that he live
To those who favor the governmental poison, might with four to six Indies high their leaves
sufficient amount of
third tlmo, and placing them Senator Terrell introduced bill the and store away a
a loaning of on products of the Mr*. Gilmer, the wife of a prominent
money rio
on passage, but in view of the small attendance only one handed la at the session-making soil, wo quote tho maxim by ono "of the Washington county uin. One hundri d turned red and died; head was Feed for them.

Mr. Roberts, of Douglas, government pre found of
government Rats
ducks'amid
moved to take the reading of house bills county guardians. The following senate must not become a banker." Wo i dicted that the trial will continue from. Thus it happened that tbe market are very young
for tho first time and senate bills for bills were read the third time and often do considerable damage
ten days to two weeks while talent
of tail- legal
oppose governmental pu'chose is about twice
at
of oats
the first and second time. This was passed: Authorizing tbe 'Judges of( the roads, but we believe in legislative control arrayed on both sides. price present among them; good care must be taken

continued for some time, until all superior courts to fix: and prescribe the of the interests of the what It Is ordinarily, which Is very protected
pee.pie to see that they are properly ,
the house bills for a second reading had grade of turnpike reads; t<> authorize whose chartered servants they hard upon ho horses as well as
are.
been gone through with, and the clerk street railway companion to sell and con. We the GOT IT CHEAP. Farmers various especially night
emphatically oppose proposition their owners.
was well into the piles of senate bide tract with each other subject to certain upon
for the to the the yards it not onlynrus
Spade
government surplus ;
purchase up
before him. Tho bill which I states hare appealed to the Depart.
incorporatesthe limitations incorporating the Atlanta The Largest Reaper Works .In
; ,
products of the soil us being a 1,11110! I darting
; under the but affords
Fourth Georgia regiment, making it Hapevllle and Manchester railroad. Tbe violation of the constitution. The administration I the World Sold for a Song. tent 6f Agriculture for help, and an ; filth -

consist of ten south Georgia companies, following house bills were read the third.I of President Harrison, of One of the most important industrial investigation has been rondo which places for the hens, and Ind'ueeethem
and empowering said regiment to acquire, time and passed: To provide for tho I scratch and work in the fresh
to
hold and dispose of property and to issue and and to appointment -. the senate in uphold ng Senator Quay' purchases; of the year was consummatedat has brought about the discovery that
compensation prescribe and the McKInley tariff law were strongly 0. The East .
Springfield Saturday. earth.It
bonds taken this is causednot
was up and passed. the duties of special criminal bailiffs denounced.In the complaint case
work the
street
largest agricultural
Mr. Sapp, of Cbattahoochce, asked for the solicitor general in the superior conclusion, the address mikes a Implement reaper work in the world, covering by a fungus but by bacteria. Un.. twill. be less trouble to keep the
unanimous
consent to have senate bill and city and county courts in counties strong appeal to the democrats of tho six and fowl clear of lice have two-
108 put on its The bill incorporates forty acres, ranking next i: mil quite lately it was not known that roosts to .
postage. having more than 20,000Inhabl.
the Bank of Thompson in Me- tants amending the act creating a board state stand to fast|""rfect to democratic their organizations doctrines Thu and size was to sold the to Krupp a syndicate gunworks of of capitalists Prussia, bacteria ever aUacke(11)ll\nts, but Pro- sets of roosting poles and change them

Duffle couDt,. It received the requisite of police commissioners for the city nf scheme of.a. fusion w ith the people1* of Cleveland' Chicago and New fe sor Galloway has made some very every few days, leaving one set out of

of majority Fulton and was passed. Mr. Oood Win, Augusta; amending section 8070 of the party is not endorsed or advised. York, to be used for the manu Interesting cultures on gelatine of the doors while tho others are in nsev _
introduced two bills one was code of 1832 relating to the giving of
to incorporate tbe "MsddoxRucker"Banking security when executions are levied; In. all facture kinds.of railway The oars works and supplies of variety responsible in this instance. In In breeding to improve the poultry
great are a monument
Company the other was a certiorating the Dalton Spring Place TALKED WITH WANAMAKER. to the ambition of William N. fact the issues of the oak leaves were on tho farm it is a mistake to sell oft

measure to incorporate a new savings and tastern Railway company; amending Whitely the famous Ohio "reaper king," found to be actually swarming with the early hatched and depend upon the
bank
:, to be known
the
u Commercial the of act October
caption an approved -
A Mobile Delegation Visit the who determined build
to the
largest
these minute which bored
Travelers' organisms ate for fowls to select out the
,
keep
Savings Banking Company, 14, 1879, regulating freight and passenger Postmaster General. works in the world. lie f 1- ;
put
reaper
both Atlanta enterprise. A large number rates. AU that now remains for i 600,000 into the building and machin into them and ate them up. Theoryin I jest before selling any.

of other new house bills of more or making tho above bills laws is the eov- A Washington dispatch sap: A I The whole sild the the matter was reduced to certaintybpexperiment
was J
less Importance were introduced. ernor's signature. Dr. Baldwin's bill, delegation of gentlemen from Mobile, ery. plant >v If your fowls are heavy birds make:
receiver to fur two-thirds the in tho
a syndicate house hospital
MosoAV.-rln the house, Monday after which created so much discussion in the Ala., who desire that Mobile shall be a green the roosts not over a foot from the
shipping point of a postal-aided line of appraised price, or $300,000. -[Washington S.or.KEEOSEXE .
the
journal confirmed house last week
was the roll was prohibiting physicians ground, and have them all on the same
called for the Introduction of new bills. f-om getting drunk was read and made steamer of Central America and other -
Mr. points, had a conference with Postmaster level, and you will notice few cases of
Wright of introduced A Colonization
fmagham a the special order for TVedarsday weec.TUKSDAV. :. Schema.
bill General Wanamikeron the subject Tueadiy. E1UtY.Ned leg ailment Ia flock.
to
exempt from taxation and other -A number of new senate your

legal process pensions of confederate sol bills were read the first time, also several The delegation included among The bureau of .American republics *4 to the assenites, and often If you are not Intending to allow

dugs and widow.of soldiers. This Uw house bills were rvad-some for first time others, Senators Morgan and Pugh ana Washington Is informed that an aosocla* fully equal to them. insect destroyers
will be good for others read Representative Clark, of Alabama, and any more bens to set, sell off the males;
while the called
one, as pensions DOW were second time. lion The American Colored Men"UeslCIA is kerosene emulsion. It kills by
stand they The bills read A. 8. Bonn, president of the Commercial! hey are useless simply feed
are by no means too large for following senate were the Colonisation Company" is plan- consume
those who receive them. No matter in third third time and parsed; Three to club of Mobile; Gaylord B. Clark and Ding to establish a colony of negro farm ontact sacking insects as well. those and you will get as much for them

whose hands the pension or pensions may amend the charter of the Louisville Rittenhouse Moore, the last three representing ere coming chiefly from Mississippi and which bite and eat the leaves, twigs,
now as at time of tho
be, by this bill no court ministerial Bra'ch railro,d to authorize it the Commercial club of Mobile. any year.
or aa as to Tennessee in.the state of Sonora, Mexico etc In Bulletin No. -73 Profsssor A.
officer in the state shall ever have Suns increase its capital It.tC'k. issue bonds Mr. Wanamaker received them very and has arranged for the purchase of a J. Cook of the Michigan Station If all the loose bones, old boob.etc.*
and exhibited much Interest ,
diction t\luu Idorco and extend iU line from courteously, ,
or
any garnish- Augusta to tract of 100,000 acres about twenty around the and
place were picked
meat or other process of law against Florida; To Incorporate the Smithville in what they had to say In behalf of Mo I milee south of Turns, Arizona, on the gives the following formula for its up

them. A few other local bills were In. and lliwkinsville railroad. The following bile. They howed very intelligent I Southern Paeifio railroad at the place preparation, which is one he has recommended burned, pnUing the ashes, after being

troducedj but none of vital importance. house bills were tea t the third time: knowledge of the gulf ports u related to where tl.e remain of. the Laredo colony, and used for Dissolve tnlverlzed, around the small fruit,

Bill were,then taken up for a third read. To amend tho charter of the City and South American commerce Ue requested founded by Gandrade, of Ban Trancbco;t years it would be greatly to their advantage
that their application should be 1naIt.I iu two quarts of water one quartof
Ing ant put on"their pu a ge. The resolution Suburban railway of Savannah ana the till remain.
to appoint joint committee con- charter of the Coast Line railway; to I in writing, ana promised to take the matter soft soap or one-fourth pound of If you would keep the fowls healthy,

from five from the house and three I protect game and game birds in Glynn I up and do all that la he aid could in'justice Mobile'swishes Quay Resigns. bard soap by heating to the boiling oven in the busy season, see that the
.'Untv Mr. Whitneld'i bill to proper eo roomy of
senate to look into the railroad I c to compel
and needs in the As point then add one pint of keroseneail droppings do not accumulate ia the .
premises. a result ,
leases to see if any ef them had violated keepers of cotton gins to keep daily
their charters, or had la any way violated records, was recommitted to the agricultural of the conference the delegation A Washington dispatch says: At a : and stir it violently. This Is best poultry house or yard. After dean

the constitution, came up and was rtcom-. committee and fit y eopies ordered will submit to the department la writing executive meeting of committee UM! .Nation Tednesday*! Republican, 1Q. done by pumping the liquid into itself lug out sprinkle with lime or carbolic s
a statement showing tba service the :
wended to tbe railroad printed. Senator Todd's bill pee.pie
committee. The to
prohibitthe
I till amending the act establishing a new sale of seed cotton was ordered of he city will offer as an Inducementto lag, Chairman Qua and Treasurer W. through a hall nozzle so that it shall acid. .

charter for Atlanta was passed. The blU printed (fifty copies), with amcndi#:nU, the government to Include within the W. Dudley resigned their rpecttvepotlttaaa be thoroughly agitated. This, hetlaimt In raising ducks for market, it is
in national
gives the council: the right to convey Into and made the special order for Friday, present' advertisement, issued by direction the republican committee mixes the oil permanently so advisable to ,tell them. soon as they
The
the tr.a> ryrrtaia fees now paid to themanha1I11G August 7th. Senator CalUway's bill t>f the provUlo of the postal-aid resignations were acceptedand
bill for laid on the table subject to the that it will Mv r separate and Ire ready Ducks fast and
dtrk. and the right to providing; for amending the eoitstituUo{ the proposal a service from Mobile approval grow

salaries! to these two officers iastcadof pay so as to limit the seas..>M of each legislature direct It la said that UM route I of the full committee, which to to can be dilated easily at Ilei" sold soon; the longer they

fees ss at pmeat. The bill laoonorat.. to 100 days, wa. snide the special which the delegation favored provides meet text Novcmtcr to set the time and pleasure by simply shakingor are fed the greater the expense aadUM .

be the BOOM Savian cad That Ooa order ter Thursday August 8th. The that towa vessels and OoJ shall+ u stop. at Ttstploo Grej-' .I place for. bold lag the at:st national coaTt&tion. slightly stirring after adding UM leas the pro4&e





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this statement
would not
deny
DAY SERMON. Again If you want to be qualified to meat With .*o**a earth good will to Den" ?'I am glad to hoar that. Are all your "in
of that they
the utio'a which this age demands TOO, bencourage afterward would tell me
on the one Land avoid recklessloo.odnm I preach this sermon because I to want trees as full of apples u this onet" .,.arlabll.n the room for a breath of I i
workers *TrrpowiDl "
and on the other hand not stick all Christian Hosts of the lltinl "Oh, no. Only the apple trees. air." There are two sides to nil
RCT- "OPP RTtnfITla'"OR CHRIS department. pure
too much to things because they are old. The wtIl Strtet d Svm.\ a G* NIIt"
Tt..ss.: (PBKACHKD: AT X.\DI' air is fun of new plans, new projects, new God, march on I march en I His spJrtt BUS question, and I am very SUM If many men

SO !. WIS. theories of government, new theologies. and bless you. His shield will defend March you.on I march r-jr-r -if Figs fully comprehend the woman's side of the
sword will strike for
I am amazed to see how so many Christian on) The last despotism you.will fall and paganIsm Produced from the laxative and nutritious tobaooo question the disgust and cons

.. W\o< JtnottwU vbetfartko* art i want only novelty ia order to recommend a will burn Its idols, and MohamoMdanisM Jute of California. figs, combined with 'the tempt so many of I hem feel for. a "to
thing to their oonOdenee; and so that vacfl and the great worm" would at least cease to
false
asfAisr will its prophet bacco they
ita As kingdom for *<*attm* gin up known to be most
E-Cstaer 11'.14. lat and swing" and fro, and they are use walls of superstition will com down W medldnal virtues of plants putrifr the air of their homes and the
leas and they are unhappy. New plans-- thunder and wreck at tbeloDg. toublass Ot beneficial to the human S) acts gentlyon But A,8/1r34
"Estkm the BaanUfat wu th. wife or scalar, ethical philosophical I religious, datlantio ,> 0l\1 .MarohooITh g4sm Boon of the buildings the1lrequent.
the AbomiIaa .. Th Una had the Gospel trumpearch the liver and bo,;.!*. ffeetually if 1 need s&
I transaUantio. Ah my brother do *berjrement wilt soon be ended. Only kidneys, were men to ask these selfsame women womanhood, every young girl
k for her to present a petition to her in.moci not adopt thing merely because it is new.' a few more Neps OQ the long way J only a cleansing the system dispelling ooM.and tobacco were offensive to them, tho reply the wisest care. Troublebcglnnrnfr> !
beltalt of the IsraaUtiah
to husband which in she had ono belonged.lest She Try Dat it by Oft the the realities other hand of,Judgment do not adhere day. .. tie few cries more then sturdy God blows'will,only put th fw. laurel more upon bat beadaches, and curing habitual constipation. would be,' '"Oh not particularly.."-Mrs. then may make) her whole! w-,BUBHerable. -

wu IIlnld to undertake: the work she merely because it fa old. 'There is fountain*of Irene O. Adams. d J
anything the Uvlnj ,
brow and from found more easy -
Cold meat generally
your are .
ild lose her own life; but her uncle, Morh not a single enterprise of the church or the will off the sweat and the heat 'bo'
had brought ner up, encouraged world but has sometimes been tool .4 at. heaven bath the conflict. of digestion than warm one They tVanted.. But the troubles that are to

her th the snggestkon that probably she There was a time when men derida-i even and the dust of FOR Im -llN or thin Blood Weakness, Ma- The great want to.day is men. Men feared have a positive remedy. Dr..
_ f had,been raised up of God foV that peculiar Bible societies; and when a few young men March ont March out For you the tlnM 1ftJ"Ia. Neur..IR.lnd\Jfe.tloni! and Biliousness who cant't be bought and. sold. Men Pierce's Favonte Prescription build .
ID 6dcu. "Who knoweth whether thou art met near a haystack In Msjsiohnwtts and for work will soon b* past and amid th* take Frown's Iron Bitters-it gives strength, them. :Men '
sell
4 Dome '" tbe kingdom tor such a time a* organised the lint missionary society ever outDashlngs of the judgment throne aaa the linking old persons feel young-and young with Totes too honest to op and strengthens system and >

I thlsT Esther bad her Ood-appotnted work; organized in this ooontrr, there went laughter / trumpeting of resurrection angels M"the persons strong pleasant to take.Ad I I I in office too honest to buy them. :Men regulates and' promotes every proper!
yon and I have our It I* my business toi the Christian upheaving of a world of grave and th* :who think twice before they: .peak.
all around
teU what of b and ridicule groaning cf tt* 1 bnt cue Item to the store of knowledge function. It's a generous j support
i you style people w ought w hosanna of the saved anti the act and four times
before
church. They said the undertaking was preposterous. will be Immortalised. thrice they ,
of world and
i In order that we may meet that demand of shall be rewarded for our faithfulnesor the you and t
lost, w* to end ing tonic, a quieting, Itig'nemnoa
:Men see
quick
before vote.
_ the in which God has lot. If Blessed they
cast our for stupidity.
age youIaveoome punished our
And so aha the work of Jem Christ was A Very Strange Fact. legitimate .,
stand for
Men who will ndicin ,
expecting to "hear abstractions be the Lord God of Israel from everlastingto prompt to act.
heard '
t discussed technicalities of aM iled. People cried outVboe..er /od whole-earth be It Is a very strange fact that a great many andpat1es free from alcohol and'' :
the
or religion of such theories ot .tbtc* ant government everlasting let people, of sound judgment otherwise,do not I right, firm as a rock though powers a beverage} y
K.but glorified) you have coma to the wrong place; Whoever noticed such.a style of praiolung, filled with His glory. Amen and amen. give their eyesight proper care unUl It Is too crumble and all around seems Injurious drugs. It corrects and
if would like to know what
you really as Jesus tansy Ksaklel! had talked of mys late. chaos and confusion. :Men prompt to and surely\ all ',those
w this age has a right to expect of you as Here came a mv Glumes not suited to your eyes will Injure cures, safely
r- Christian men and women, than I am readyin terlouswingsaniwheels. A WHEAT TRUST your sight. Remember Oils.Mr. condemn wrong whether found in high delicate derangements, weaknesses -i '
the Lord's name to look you In thai face. from Capernaum and Qennejaret, and Redrew A. K. Hawkes, whose nam.1e known all places or low. the .
When two armies have rushed into battle illustrations from the lakes, from over the civilised world as an optician and and diseases peculiar t tu I
i the officers of either army do not want puiloaophical the sand from the rarlnlfrom the lilies, To be Formed by Alliancemen manufacturer factory,. & .& Lenses, has Fon Dyspepsia, JndlF-:8tllon.: and Stomach A that cure on }-
remedy
> discussions chemical from the oornstalks. How the Phariaws! for the Farmers' B neftt. established a at U Decatur Street, disorders, one Jirown e Iron Bitten. The
|: about the scoffed HowHero-idoridedl HowCalpha* Atlanta Oa., where ocoulists' prescriptions Bret Tonlcittebnlldathe system cleans tha that can bo guaranteed That'sa' .,

:\; properties ot. human They want blood some or the one nature to man ofgunpo..der. hissed I 1 And this Jesus they plucked by the St Paul Minn., ha born made the wilt druggists be promptly and filled merchants and the keep trade.supplied.All stock on. dld tonic for strengthens weak and tbemusrler.debilitated peon e. what the proprietors ,of 'f Favorite fi: 1

the batteries and swab out the gene And beard and they spat In His face, aad thaycalled headquarter Of a national movement by handas they have learned that it pays to keep Prescription, If it doesn't' I, 'i
,, now, when all the forces of light and darkness Him "this fellow I" All the great enterprises the United Farmers' Alliance of the the beet. Writ your epitaph on the hearts of your tink : oLe for -,; \"
,
of heaven and bell have plunged Injo in and out of the church have at country to corner the entire wheat crop llew'a This t friends by the sweet InAnenc: of your dally givo \ every' ;

-Jj s the fight, it is no time to give ourselves to times been sooff who d at.,have and then thought have that been the* of the United States. At No. 817 Wa- We offer On Hundred Dollars reward for life. .______ _________ which it's recommended, they'l'r .
multitude
_ "'' the definitions and formulas and technical-! great several of catarrh that cannot be cured bytaking VAil WIWKI.B OIn and Machinery Co. Atlanta fund the No
truth would fall to pleoeeltIt bash street, for days a large forceof any cane
God's
; chariot of seeders -
ties and conventionalities of religion. What Hales Catarrh Cur. Oa., manufacture Cotton Gin, ) moner.
wa want is practical earnest, concentrated, once got out of the old rut. employes; have been engaged in sending Tr. J. Cnmav Co.Prop, Toledo.O. Condensers,ITeacon Cotton-S Oil Mlllft,Ice for on each terms.
enthusiastic and triumphant help. What we And so there are those who bare no pvtienoe out circular with the view of hav" We, the undersigned, hers known F. J. >lachlnrry, .. Write .".Tank., Pumps, Decide for yourself whether some '
w;; need in the East you in Wisconsin need. with anything; like improvousat: Ira IDS not only the alliancemen of the United Cheney for the last 16 Tears and believe him Wlnd-M11i.E1o. for prices auddiso'ts. else 'sold the deaw'
church architecture or with anything like perfectly honorable in all business transao- thing by
In the first place in order to meet the good hearty earnest church singing, and States but all classes of farmers keep (ion*, and financially abl.to carry out any obligations Fits mopped frce Trf'nn, Xunel: ORMTNEHV to as good."for
demand of this need likely "just j
special to be
age, you form of religions ducuulort back the wheat until have made by their firm. -. H. No Fits after first day'. b
,c An unmistakably aggressive Christian. Of they deride any crop prices W seT A Tautx,11 holesal Druggists,TolaWAL.DIRO 11_ Marvelous cures. Treatise and S3 trial .
half and half Christians we do not want any -",blOb goes down walking among everydaymen been advanced to .a high point. do, 0. bottle free. Dr. Kline 001 Arch St.. I'hlla. 1'.. you t
more. The church of Jesus Christ will be rather than that which nukes an excursion The alliance press bureau, reform RIRHAJH A MAnvtir Wholesale
better without ten thousand of them. They on rhetorical stilts. Oh, that the l>rullIfal"Toledo, 0. '
are the chief obstacle to the church' advancement Church of God would wake up to aa mlapfr press bureau and elate press Ball!'I C'stUrrh Core taken Internally,actIng Else It
I, am speaking of another kind ability of-work I We mast admit lb.aim. bureau are working together endeavoringto directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces Nothing Do .
Testimonials sent free Wil .
fact that the churches Jesus Christ In unite the farmer of the United StatesIn of tbe'rKem. ,
of Christian AU the appliances for your pie .1'rIce Ida per bottle. Bold:! by Ml' drnggislri. ,
becoming an earnest ChrUtian are at your this day do not reach the great mnssBS, a gigantic wheat trust. A circular reciting .
band and there is a straight path for you In- There are fifty thousand people Edinburgh the benefits of the combination Cent iv Hit
to the broad daylight of God's for ven_ who never hear the Gospel There are ono and Via the Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton We have volumes of evdence t prove that S* S. S.
You may have come here to-day the bondsmen million people In London who never bear the) I urging the formation of the trust has Railroad to tha Detroit Encampment of the Is
of the world ani yet before you go out Gospel. There are at least three hundred been made public. The circular estimatesthe O. A. K.on AngUKt 8 from all points on the C., the only permanent cure for contagious,
-of these doors you may become the princes thousand sanls: in the city of Brooklyn who wheat crop in 1891 la the United 11.A D' )From Cincinnati August 1 and the
rate to Detroit will be ,r.ll, and on Blood Taint
round trip
.. not under the immediate ministrations ,
of the Lord God Almight You know what come States at 600,000,000 bushels The trains
promoters August 8 it will be A80. Special as
excitement there U in Qth1i oOWl.ry'when a of Christ's truth, and the Church of God In of the trust believe thatfour fifths well a* regular trains will run to De .
foreign prince comes to our shores. Why? this day instead of being a place fall of troit. The O.. II. A D. being the solid direct I .ufer for five years,, with tbe 11 then taking Swift's
Because it is expected that some day he will. living epistles, read and known of all men, of this wheat can be held back by the line from Cincinnati to Detroit has been selected of blood poison, during I Bpeolflo omD', a few month I
I. "deal letter" farmers far io the R. the official route. Cas 8) ad : ,
sit upon a throne. But what is all that more like a postofflos. from four eight weeks and by O. A. as "
.honor compared with the honor to which "But," say the people, "the world Is going high prices secured. Purchase tickets via the O., H. *. D. For fur. which tide I, was at, warn endreIy eure ,and ) r
God calls you-to be sons and daughters of to be converted. You must be patient Thl ther Information address E. O. McCormlcK Clnolnnatl.0. tended by the best phy.aiolans to tola' great medlolnedo.I >'

the Lord Almighty: yea, to*be queens and kingdom. of this world* are to become th.klnjtdoml THE HUNGRY FLAMES General. fassenger and Ticket Agent' I could find,and T t S aUrlbutamy, n ,
unto Clod shall of Christ Never nnUes the
? kings 'They reign, with P This was
Him forever and forever." church of Jeris Christ put on more speed tnubrofpropd {7. 0. '' ,
.
But my friends', you need not be aggresstve > and energy. Instead of the church converting Devour $290,000, Worth of Out of SortsDe.otibes5teellep.eullubpes.eaeof t7melcew\J' years 1 and.:I
,: Christians, and not like those persons the world, the world is converting the .I' (have had. oroontlnuodtogrow

who spend their lives in hugging their Christian church. Here Is a great fortress. Hoar shall Property In Dallas, Texas. dyspsptfa "It as "1' I! any effects of ,the disease '.

graces and wondering why they do not it ba taken? An army comes and sits around Shortly after midnight Saturday eight tendency.or caused by change of oUmllte, .._or all this time; un .II. iny.
make any How much robustness about it. cuts off ths supplies and says "Nowwe of U>* lw lobes possible .for I medicine -1 be et' ad
would will just wait until from exhaustion: and fire broke out in J. D. Cowan & Co.'s big lit. TIll stomach Is out onUr whole 1ltO & Is ,t
of health have If
a man he bid hlm-
house Commerce Dallas or does not Ml right stroyedby the vile In (the cure ol Blood polsco. e 4
street
liquor on ,
aelt in a dark closet A great deal of pietyof starvation they will han to give up" VVeels albWila
the day is too exclusive. It hides itself. and months and perhaps a:year pas along Texas, and spread rapidly to the Pen The Nerves ease,' my tongue and r- 'a
It needs more fresh air more outdoor exer- and finally the fortress surrender through Brook School Furniture Compan"splacBre..er's '.reins strained to their utmost th* mini Is eon- throat havioggreat holes by | tar B Dlstssea lie 0 .
ou'e ,
olse. There are many Christians who are that starvation and exhaustion. But, my warehouse ruled aad IrrltfbU. This_4'lIotl8n41 an exml> It I e BI.u
Storage Company's '
giving their entire life to salt examination. friends, the fortresses of sin ar ,never to lent oorrecUT. m 800c)', Bwwpwilta, which, by THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. Atlanta
,
and & Co.'s cotton Five 'I''I'Ita Ca."r'
They are feeling their pulses: to see what is be taken in that way. It they' are taken for Wolfe gin. regulating loGIn,powers soon restores haft "
the condition of their spiritual health. How God it will ba by storm. You will have to hundred bales of cotton In the gin belonging ninny to tb* system, and glees strength of mind, ,

long would man ha ve robust physical health bring up the great siege guns of the Gospelto to Banger Bros were destroyed oems and body.Hood's. rBIGCb FOR DIARRHEA
It be kept all the day sand we ks and months the very wall, and wheel the flying arUW! The loss foots up >1200,000; insurance .
.ahd years of his life feeling his pulse insteadof lory into line, and when the armed .infantry Seven hundred barrels of SarsaparlllaSoMbyalltfragglsta '
of tea shall confront the battlement.youwill 1200,000.
going out into active earnest everyday van
work have to give the quick command ",For whisky were stored in J. B. Cow n', itt+lxrorai. rKpwsdoalybr "S DYSENTERY ,

I was ones amid the wonderful, bewitchIng wardl 1 Charger wholesale liquor. houses, where the fire O...HOOD 00.Loweu, lien ; :

cactus growths of, North Carolina. I Ah, my friends there is work for you ti originated, and the barvels exploded at IOO Doses Ono Dollar "
never was more bewildered with the beautyof do and for me to do In order to aohfev this intervals making the fire extremely difficult in CRAMPS, .
flower, and yet when I would take up grand accomplishment! ,Her is a pulpit, handle a
one of these cactuses and pull the leavesapart and a clergyman preaches in it Your pulpit to ; and canting It to quick.

the beauty was all gone. You could is the bank. Your pulpit chair. spread to neighboring buildings. "GermanSyrup" o .
hardly teU that It hai ever been a flower. Your pulpit is the editorial Your Sto'm'ach'Trubl"e ,

And there are a great many Christian pea pulpit is the anvil. Your pulpit is the THEY 'SAW THE PARADE r ',
ple in this| day just pulling apart their house scaffolding. Your pulpit is the mechanic's
'Christian experiences to see what there ia shop. I maYlt&D.1ln this plaoA and, r IS '4. : :CUfil'THE : '
In them, and there Is nothing attractive through cowardice or through self seeking, But Did Not See the Sneak Thief IT : t

left. This style of self examination is a may keep back the word I ought to utter Take the Cash.A S "
Christian character. I remember when I besweated with toll, may titter the word telegram from Bog II irber, N. Y., ron k

was used to have a small piece In that will jar the foundation of heaven win says; While the clerks In the Pecenlo: TEETHING, CHILDREN.Ask I
the garden that I called my own, and I the shout of a great victory. Oh. that to- hank at a circus parade For children a tried .
planted corn there, and every few days I day this whole audience might! fed! that the were looking A Cough dne should be abso- _
would pull it up to gee how fast it was Lord Almighty is putting upon them the Wednesday: a sneak thief entered, the CORDIAL your Druggist or Merchant for
.growing. Nowthere are a great many bands of ordlhation. Kvery one go forth bank pocketed a package of currency and Croup lately "fi"fM.A It. and take no substitute -
Christian people In this day whose self examination and preach this UospaL You have a, much containing $3OOOJ and e-tciped, leaving mother

merely amount*to the pulling right to preach as I have, or H>any man b.... no cfue to hh identity. The clerks had ,Medlcjne. pin her faith to it as to
alp of that which they only yesterday or Only find out the pulpit where 00.1. will
? ,
the day before planted. have you preach and tber preach.Hedley dele/ated one of their number to care for her Bible. It must FOB

Oh, my friends I U you want to have a Vicars was a wicked m'llln the the bank' valuables while they watched ,contain nothing violent uncertain, t

stalwart Christian character plant U right English army. The grace of Ood came to the parade. Curiosity overcome the .or dangerous. It must be standardin Best Cough Medicine. Recommended by Physician, .
-out of doors in the great Held of Christian him. B* became an earnest and eminent watcher and he else went to thowindow.The Cure where all oleo falls. Pleasant and agreeable to the '
usefulness and though storms may corns Christian. They scoffed at him and said, and the ,. material and manufacture. It taste. Children take it without objection. By drngigita.a -
thief seized the
upon It, and though the hot sun of trial may "You are a hypocrite you are as bad as : opportunity must be plain and simple to admin.
to it it will thrive package of cash at thu same time.
try consume until it becomes ever you were. b k"Pl hi* faith in -
,
a great true In which the fowls of ChrUt and after awhile finding that they -- ister; easy and 'pleasant to take. 4r o

heaven may have their habitation. I bar could no$ turn him aside by calling him a ATLANTA MARKETS. The child must like it. It must be

no patience with these flowerpot Uhrutlaos. hypocrite they said to him "Oh, you are prompt in action immediate
-
They keep themselves under shelter I.n I all nothing but a fanatic." That did not disturb t CORRECTED W KB giving 9 lloro.be.dl t fee tra
their Christian experience in a small, axolu.alv him. He wont on pertorminV: his Christian KIT. relief, as cbildrcns troubles 1 c" Or--
*circle when they ought to plant It lathe duty until he had form tall his troop come 'quick grow fast, and ,end Ia. .Wrt. ; Ct.
great garden of- the Lord so that the into Bible oUss and the whole tIreeeriea.CofeeIb.atedArbacki.'a. '
a encampment &
otherwise in Best
whole atmosphere could be aromatic with was shaken with the presence of God. SJo V 100 fteasest fatally or a very short Mt ,. ",

their ChrUtian usefulness What we want fio Havelook went Into the heathen tempi Levaring's! 24yto Green-Extra choice .time. It must not only relieve quick: ..-, eel
In the church God Is more brawn of piety. in India while the English army 19'' *33e;choice 28o|good i>SilKt fair 80c; common .but 'bring them around quick as -----
The century plant is wonderfully suggestive and put a candle into the band of each IStitlfa. ttagar-Qrana and wonderfully beautiful!, but I never th. heathen gods that stood around in the tiled -e i powdered Silo( out loaf aveC|white children chafe and fret and spoil l .
looK at it without thinking of iu parsimony. heathen temPle, and by the light of those extra 04Vet;yellow extra 0 io. Mvrup Hew their constitutions under long con- w yeeep r E tj .eeear. 'eat

It lets whole generations go by before It puts candles, held up by the idols General Hs,.. Orleans choice 48SOj prim>83tOct eommontaOon finement. It must do its work in tY-TAKK MOfttfliafclTDTV..** !
1(01 .. .
forth one blossom; so I have really lock preached righteousness, temperance gpig940. nine Cubs 1Jm&
more heartfelt admiration when I see judgment to come. And who will say oil 12324. Bica-Cboloa tjfoV Rood moderate doses. A large quantityof I)

she dewy tears In the blue eyes ot earth or in heaved that ISavelook baa not BsK-fiawWs W ; Amnion/l&601 Imported<< Japan 6<274: medicine in a child is not desira-

Christian the violet friends, forthey, time com is going every by spring.sorapi the In right the minister" preacUr house where I preparedfor Cbees* Fufl ersata betty, )}ir'\t7\ ; fse. ble. It must not interfere with the Rry.e _

Idly that we cannot afford to bs idle. college there was a man who worked, by 15%*! .klm ...-. While fish l9Wos. child's spirits, appetite or general .

A recent statistician. says that human lit* the name of Peter Croy. H*could neither H UOi goap*-TaWw, health. These things suit old as LI' 'I' .. _
now has an .."rageof only thirty-two years. -read nor writ, bat b* was a man of God. 7J Ibs *pailstallow tnrplAU, 00 bars 60 lt.;
From these ttrt-twoye.re you must subtract Often theologians would stop in the bouserrav '2 *2 Wharf/01he iJ tdd fi0. well as young folks and make Bo.schee's "j
all the time you take for sleep and the theologians Candle-Patanle HUoi star 100. UatobestOOs German Syrup the favorite
taking of food and recreation;that will leave PaUr Croy would beoaldnyhidnersi $. 00800. tl 00.8 TOI; 800. MOOU TSiSOs, hRoa ,
family medicine.
you about sixteen rears. From thoaaslxteen all tbos wise men sat around, wonderstruck' 6 grove N 7a. S *-Ksgs, bulk Bo;do lilt pkgs (Ill) ,
years you must subtract all the time you are at his religions effldaney. Whan ba prayed .Je;ages lib ."e, do 1 and HlbsOo, doVilb
necessarily knzaged the earning of a hi.ll. ha reached up and seemed totak. bold of e lea,; Crekrs-r soda Wi l XXX butter 98 % LYE /I1
hood; that will leave you about eight yarn the very thron of the Almighty and b* e;fal XXX peed oyster tot shell and exo Uk*
From those eight years you take all the talked with God till the very heavens were 70. hates cream to XU rloger snaps toreoro. LEWIS'. uUIIfIme4.
days and weeks ani months-all the length bowed down into the sitting-room. Oh, if I hills if0. Candy-JUorted stick ego fteaeh 1 1TIIST
of time that is passed in childhood and sickflees were dying I would rather ha lain Pets mixed: HV, Canned {mode-Condensed milk purest Lye made.
leaving you about one year in which to Croy stand by my bedside and command to OOti 00) imiutica Bsofcoral t J 85.400 sstoqn > Makes the k. perfumed Hard
work for God. Ob,'my soul, wake upi How my immortal spirit" God than heartless $4 007 60,1'. W.oyster ta 30a flOi L.W. Soap in 90 nunates without boil
dartst thou sleep In harvest time sod with so -'. ..tl. arrayed in eosUy soot canon- Sl0'? ?wl)0rtL') .. i.sto a .174180. '1t/. It is the beet for softening R.AILaO.A. Ma71 Our 110 watch is an. O N [S1 7sItytlt0 FId 71[ ;-
few hours in which to rapt Ho that I state. icals. Go preach this Gospel. You Ballpotwh $ 30. Blanh-PeasI 4 J JI&WJp water olac.dog waste pip**, .;untied for accuracy and duraWlltv. /Our
it as a simple fact that all the time that the are not licensed. lath* saw of the say Lard you e'/p nickel S0(! | N oa. disinfecting sine eloeta,19'''' I jO l watch Is the greatest return w ... esi ,
"vast majority of you will have for the ex. Almighty this morning PIe n Posdugg.-B poDI..L aUp sag bottles painU, tress ate :amount ot mepey 'V. *'. gold watefcts ew a..taintsS
elusive service of Ood will be less than 11bDaefOlL: O J 11 fiOal &0. 11 lag rl'oua 15 to.Jn11*! watches from IU to
one this kerf 15 PCNNA. SALT "'8. CO.
preaea Gospel-preaoh it fat tha BabbaUv.acboola.lnttMcrayermavtiazs 1 to. Silver watebc of all grades. Don't buy $ i a. ..
.
jwurl"But" &II the htgb.* NO".1 (A.Fl 8hotll70p.s.k. U.3. Ateuts J' I1a., r.s_ ,I>.lore getting 011" prle. .od_'n.our stork.
says some man, "I liberally support ., in the> hdg* Woe be tmto tf ---- ,. '. I', Stevens .. Uro.. WhJteba.U St.. &oaA1
theOoapel, and the church is open and the yon preaea U not. you ..r, prate sad M.... Dyspep.labth.hen..,.....-..... Qa Dd tOl O&'4''I ogee.
Gospel preached; all the spiritual advantage 1 remark, main that in order to b*quail.1 P7cr-Phsi paleD ** 00t.a4 patent &. l'.,"U..t ..._......... p'he uwa

are sprat before men, ant if they fief to meat your duty in this nrtloalar ar* $5 60 1 extra fanev >3 ti 00 1 family 6a1tLA '
want to be aved let them com aol bsaved you want aaboua4 ia Ue*trlum y of 423. COro-Ni $ whit.., mtt.d II8d.fo. gZ "' ron
: I have dicharg all my rwpou... the troth and theo..erthrowoC wiokadnes. *-! a mixed Mo wblle E&DIU root Tp : 1 !
bility.* Ah' Is that the Master's spirit* Is How dare the Christian ohurobavar gt dia.oouragedr proof -e. llsy-Cholo*fmothy,I tale, 1 ..
there not aa o4 Book somewhere feist coajm have LOOt No. 1 Lrg. tare
you not th Lord Alml hon tr: timothy, kIM. ob.ke k S2.'miJt
amis ni to go out into the highways and our aide How long did It tabs (bit to timothy small tte.u.,; tLWIlo.U oh.amaU d1g..tteL.a..f
hedges and impel the people to come inf slay the hosts of SeooaciMrlb or born B> bales. goo;Nt). t timothy, small tests 9Jo. ea the ? !!
What would have become ot you and me if dom or shake down Jerlciiof How tong will }teat--Pkia 87ef bolted 83 .ChruthaJ not eons down oft the bills of It take tied when H* ono aris*. IG Hsu glg Larra sack t!o, small sacks Pie, OottoCed n. la. a Bit 8v. selasre.. Bm'T :" !
beavan.au if He hat not com through the ogti> to overthrow* she forees of fcao. .* lea-e1 ins M> _.. BMaa feed-.Sit M 1k'5 1 < 'W&ITI-VJ Ia tfuclW. ) "..,.,:&. _
door of the Batbl"hetQ caravansary; ant It nit Batwaan ibis owt. Gr1* I' ) ..' '. .... ?
; toms and that t these per sear $4 20. H& b. Ladl "I' "r
Ha bid not with the cra bi hand of the mar be toot aoasons of darks'"-the char OPIUManWJBbt la" a f- to*-* for*fi MMtassMnb r pi I ii ii8MITH'8

a'IIe\Axioabocke.t tbs iron gate of the lot wh9U of God's Gospel may seem to drag rrerl.l..e.Clear '''iltA.LTHi II 6 I Y (:0. 719 *Mwvsu; .K;
.epuic&er or oar sptrltuU death, cryinj, baavilr. but bar ia the proadao4 yonder rib ells, bou4 gd'e laaonrad bellies ( U
e T.m..rlllti EyE
Oh. my Christian a3s this Is no time lost its ayesig&t ant Omnlpoteno* falls back so 1nD4.tId....jI'9a111Qr&l& iDol IoODOIdiDf (1.J"I.R.. ,
for inertia, wan all the foreenof oarkne impot t aad Jehovah is driven trout His 8 ta10'/o.Lud-1'IInI Jeeil"e1e&f A LL a.u"v1.0"LrNeoo"temm doe, a i. .
earn ti be iu full bleat; when" stiau pouting tkroa; tb.a the cauralt of JcsosCorist oaa =. 1"1 a -.- -. l'A\rltU. WaR '
i praaie* are pabiKhlnj ioflW tracts; woes afford to be dupna'lant' bat never until f 'fl" urt.el.t.. TAYLU 'OIL: fleertlfy

xpress railroad trams are carrying; messengers than. IXespoU may pUa and armlM maymvchaai c-:....,,, Tre4.e.. SICK I w.ag tid4hooea J _5 M..6" __' __ I ra...t.11.0,eke, .B..tt f. uA
of sin wbao fast .. 1. ri+
bla.le.tL
; dippers Jadara thinnrrsiMni of ia* nation A'b.e -
may .. J u I No !
zp D.tter PENSION .
12'4a18o. W.st
.,._ana nun; when Uw night air of seem to think they are adjusting all $lie./ rnereswry 15. t "I r. Hur latenk
Dr.J.44DYLafatd.
WH
eon 0110" aft
Tennessee .qLX. / that
I '- lOe:1O 'Wh : 0"
sties is poUat with Owe laazhtw that fairs of th* world, bat the mighty men of 1 grades r : meac.d gIN t.tl .
1Oa1W. u
breaks up from the tea thousand saloon ot tae earth are only' toe dust cc the cturio JWAIIuUIoI 280100 'JonessWckw. -[ yo. CREAM aALM \ J.tL T tour.cis .Ib'my foes o ?
larif 9Us3te Smith
dissipation and abandoamaote. waath area wh *ts of Oars pnov4DmoaI email' (Alta Deess rw.,., ,. Pita e&t j. .teat tea Worm a 1ar d PUI..f,
of .*second death already are kbidlad hi think that before the son of this caotury 1 pouitgy'Tmbe175I8o. IriII& I the easakJt of some who only a littJUwUl* shall.*, the. las tyranny may' falL and *. oa4ee pot ". IUh N 00 t.bI.. LDwN 0" JI pn.nigh Oi ebl1 P.
Dwv p )
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ago srar JDcorn Never sine thecur.g with siOanlor of dwnonstratioa that *aaa J.1cNwoy ft fit Ev."wh.r..
fall upon the earth ken tiMrba nUinAwbau b*tb*astonishment of the oaiv_Uod will ad t.bL De t&II bed.J .1aq, Onicus It 00 per' I fala DtrOou...
u..w., ,ilt (
was snob an aawMy each acroai.such pet forth the brightness and pomp and also III... Irapest 1&100 pa yA WUDY
an awful thing fur the..... to sloipi and perpetuity of HM stisusl fJ.m..L ( s BOYJ '
The great andteneas are not gathered ia the Out of to* starry asps and SB.aiCnia r "' n' tyT8..I. t'tae. erne,
Cfarttliisa churches; Ut*gnat sadimnss .*. of this world lad will asks a path far ... c.u... ___tea : u. Y.eu [. {,vrt aa.trt a K. 1.
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EAST 'COAT ADVOCATE,. FRIDAY. AUG. ',1, 1891. 11

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S OLOrrSXNG'
quick and the Verdict, !
court justice was > n saa ::
South Florida History. 'thirty-nine stripes with a stirrup leatheron x: 'tdII rffl 2 .
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a bare back and three days to leave >-:: SHOES: -, s

Ito a Reporter,bY Opt.W.B. 'W.t M>. decidedly salutary effect and cleaned out Every

the scoundrels In a jiffy. l [ 0' n 3 I Stock most complete,and prices most reasonable for quality of goals AJ..
"Thone that condemn this style of the Cc complete line of IIO.SIERY. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Timu.Union.tnAM'EK o ,
'From the not Well acquainted t q !::: i =
administering of Justice are Bw !
At !
11\
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3 : CA.i
m. that t HA.T .A.Np S.
with the extreme cases to4 2 c. \II S > <-*< 3 CO 0 4 4
(Continued from last week.) the people had to seriously deal with In S CD. I S ; : ,,.Come and se@ the latest style In DERBY'S. and CRUSH HATS
It Inspired in ; '
those days. The fear that -- -

court As the and county Jury.was rooms bnt could sparsely be secured settled the theretofore breasts Imagined Of the that lawless they who were had be .<,. "..;q ,8.4.: O.. JIiitJ: : .giSf"sii: l i :20 Per Cent-off Straw Hats
'0 '
the came from a wide territory ": 1i", .. \ .
Jurymen S
reach of short-armed,red-taped Q : ,':"
:and often were perfect strangers to each justice effective. : 0.'d .: >-I tf To Close them On
proved 0": .g. ,. I. ;,
C. .
other. "By and by the 'Regulators' became '0:. ",, ..t1 o: con 1.-1 5g n : RNISHING
old ..... -
"At one session man ttugheYI.one needed Even ,. "" Ii. > "" HOUSE F GOODS
.of.lre most worthy men that ever lived, irregular private grudges and were regulating.sought to be re ;' ... cr.. 'fI1M ',1""'" y 9 DRY GOODS, ETC, E2t
"
and Jake Smith the .
was on the Jury venged with the power of the 'Regulators'as OQ .Ao OJ CD, Q'

hunter'about "half was laboring seas love over.with"and a a condition occupied load or of vppresiilon! a means were, and committed some lawless. to the acts Indignation f a; ,p'S G e ;.,; M iii hf.H", Jd ::,. "More Value for a $ than 'Any Otie' ? House In the Statt'

which Jake dearly of.good citizens. These instances r LIJb ... '.
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Old
when he got the opportunity. man and the whole the :) ; /
were rare, g. :J. TURNER
: P. &
C fa.
Hughey wu talking In a Jury room to a far overbalanced the o : H o CI'.2

:man from one end of the country, who good evil. accomplished The organization lasted less than bqto .a. t+ y.a::..._ ;;; Z :
asked among other questions how thpeople :J, __... .
but meted out justice with acelerity ::c Q '
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-:Jf there were was much getting fuss.along Old together man Hugh and that was marvelous when compared .i. S' -. 'II. tJ t :eJ.: L. ::ee :c "
to the ponderous movement 01 o.
-fiysald no cot much; sometimes tales the wheels of modern routine justice. I!:. 'o'7:. cMa tTj is' <<=

but got around nothing which serious.caused Old a little Jake but trouble Smith woke, punish The Regulators by death In found several it Instances necessary but to '8 '3. ; i 'o"s' 'M !' 8 S'Fi.. v Groceries, Grain, Hay, Garden Seed, Ferlt r.I r.|

load was asleep,
with his on
up just to catch a part of what Hugheiaaid. only after murder had deeD proven. 3. i ,a. rJ ? .(lJ c=t call the Attention of the People Indian River to my Stock o(

He got up and shouted, 'Yes an< Many of the society were brought to t -C)' c.- -cn.1 & I
every d- story starts right from yon trial, but none were convicted. They; \ CD xBREVARD :; A. :Staple a-iiQy: GJ-roeeries, :Frnl

.house JImmfny.' This riled old man were all ably defended by L K. Foster .
by I And Food Products
but Q- tTj'
then I
a rising young attorney, now
and he lammed Jake across the ,
Itaghey I Df All Ends. Also Stock of
nose with a ruler. Jake made for Hugh one of the ablest judges In Florida.V Ao :!. OIrj! y-I ap My

ey and at it they went fighting with al g. I" <<= Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal\
if'en
the fury of two Tom cats. Justice of "In'1851 my father moved to Gopher 0, -. C ,
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the Peace Potter,,who was a Juryman, Hill, now Oateen, and began the..raisin] Ground rood and Wneat
yelled, 'I command the peace,' In stentorian of cattle. We lived together In a smal I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above IiIe

tones, and started to arrest them. log house and worked the farm with the __.___.__ Joods.C I buy close, and will sell close. I invite' your",correspondence' and i to
.n.
Clay from Clay Springs grabbed Potter assistance of a few It was my your J patronage. Very truly
and yelled 'Fair fight, fair fight. Others pleasant duty to looter the COWl! COUNTY JAMES notices, Ident.ALBD' 33. Xj. :anA "nT.
joined In to seperate the combatants, them In the spring, mark ana ; :
father A. TATLOB Secretary.
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but became furious fighters themselves. the calves and search for the
C GEORGE U. ROBBINS WALTER GRAHAM
black and bloody noses, wild gesticulations Dicks unmarked ,
eyes 'Harry ( yearlings) I
yells, groans and curses aU that had become weaned from,their: STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER. Attorney-at-Lawv Attorney-at-tav.
':mingled In the greatest of contusion mothers and were the property of any Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company. I

Captain Canova of the 'Sarah span who found them, as it was Impossible, '"

ding' came in at this moment and seeing) where there were so many owners of: REAL.ESTATE Robbins & Graham
.the fun took a hand, on first one side cattle, to know 'which from t'other.' COCOA FLORIDA, .

rand then on the other Just out of pure "It was about this time I slew my Incorporated 1880.CAPITAL .
love for the thing. The door being open first deer and, of course, I was properly;
the mob swayed through right Into the Initiated }in the usual manner. .The en- EXCHANGE LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE
court-room and before the judge's surprised traIl were hung around my neck and nr :. ,
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eyes. Soon the lawyers became face was painted with blood, which Paid Up, $2 (,ooo. .
mixed up In the melee and a general row eventually scaled oft like shellac. Al Authorized, $100,000. COCOA Indian Riier FLA. 1
&7e have For Sale a Large List of Carefully Selected MiRiier
.followed vile,honor concluded that he this occurred when I was nnsophisticat- ,
''Would be in it next if he stayed, so he edly searching for the gall of the deer,
left and got aboard the steamer. which I imagined was attached to the< ACCOUNTS "SOLICITED. KlndBOught and Properties.'
"This was the last court held here for liver. I found no gall, but 'was Instead Honey to Loan at Lowest Rates. Property of All Sold
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several years. The*judge said the peo- streaked with blood and girt roundabout DIRECTORS: Exchanged. ,Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast XBJ
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understood and there
ple foil-government with ehtrals. Then I became a
vas no need for judge and Jtlry. Where regularly initiated hunter and entitled G. 6. HABOKE, President. Canal and Transportation Co.CAN .

'was Ito see all this Oh, I was up in is such to Invitations to all the big JAMES: HOLMES, Vice-Freildent. By- All Inquiries will be promptlyand .AI.. IJ.A1'J"DS.Florida .
the hunts of }L B. HOLMES: Cashier: reliably 'answered. 'Fire Insurance
cupola. the
season. standard at lowest J Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa A KeyWest Railway Con
"Got head, hue ALBERT A. TAYT.OB, J. M. SANDEBS: written companies :
CHAPTER ir. to go, got a scare Lands. Indian River and
J. F. WOOTE rates. Disston Company's. Loan Investment Co.,
? AU and
you right; come around again .
and other Low Priced Lands.
The of the Time Union called
reporter and ril tell you about a scrape I got in _.
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Jim Captain Watson for another story with the old gentleman for killing too :3MCon.oy: : to Xsoctzx: : jflLl-vtrtvys oxx :33Co.nc

about early pioneer days last night to many deer.Elegant. At Ten and Twelve per cent, in sums to wit. '

1 help satisfy the urgent demand for them, Write, for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.Address .
The captain extended a warm welcome
-to the scribe, for he was lonely and Itockledge Property. The Clyde Steamship Co. p. o. box 108, Titusville, Fla. |

wanted company, as all of his famllj We offer offer for sale,at a reasonable
have gone away to the mountains of price, what is one of the finest private EDWARD: STILIIOTG
':North Georgia, and the captain reigns residences and grove properties In the
tsupreme and alone'over a house"that is heart of the Rockledge hammock. Thereare Cocoa Indian 'River Florida
luff of emptiness. eight acres of land,. 103 feet of river ,
Together they sat on the broad piazza, ; Dealer In. '
and as the moon soared away to her artesian 1
ouch in the west the captain filled his bearing orange grove. This propertywill PAINTS, HARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE &:AGATEWPLUMBERS' /
oM meercbanm, the reporter lit a cigar not; stand"On our books many weeks
A MILL OILS GLASS 4 PUTTY TABLE
sand after they had "got a going good '' Price, $20,000; half cash; balance may SUPPLIES ,
and the gentle zephyrs of the night"Weaved remain on mortgage for five years; at ten .A( POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIREr WIRE NETTING- ,
4 WIRE!: CLOTH.nOOR5gat .
the wreaths In fantastic
fragrant per cent. Write particulars to
design, so the captain weaved. his story 20tf ROBBIXS & OLAPAU.White : -a:,.$x..xN'DS: : SRI: :
ol the old pioneer days. Lime & Cement, Shingles &'Lath.

*We left oft when you were last here Pekln Ducks. Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Ga
at the termination of the-court-house .* Doors Cook Stoves and Gasoline Coffins and Caskets
Ranges, Stoves
trow that caused the judge to say the A few left, at $3 per pair, delivered ;

people were too Ugh 'up in self-govern ntusville. Send cash with' order,. A.8. Now York Charleston and Florida Lines. ARTESIAN. Cream WELL Freezers PIPE; Brick a Specialty.Lime, ,Cement Lawn Mowers and ,.Ice
and Oh Dickinson, Aurantia,, Fla. ,*23 .
ment to need judge jury. yes, '. Chimney Pipe; Flags A Bunting; .
and the captain laughed as he reviewed Table and Pocket Cutlery; Moulding., Scroll Work, eta, etc.
.the Incident with the general air of dls.flgurement Lake Worth.Mrs. The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed Catalogues, sample cards and site lists sent free on application.' Correspond
wreathed in court
: that -plait. solicited and estimates furnished '
to sail follows promptly. _
.or the faces of all the combatants. as :
-"Well, of course, there were a lot of Wm. :Moore Is on the Ilok'nlt.Mr. CALLING AT CHARLESTON, 8. C., BOTH WAYS..

broken heads, bloody noses and'black : :E. Peterson I Is preparing lumber (iTUTDAAO TUU.) :TrTO. Fr :JEJt'r:: : .Ge.A.NWHOLESALE :
"yes; but it took even a longer time to order for a new house. Trom 50LB.k, Tromriorid ..
;heal them than It did the dlflereaoas. (PIer BTKAUXB
Everybody shook hands, took a,drink Walter Moore was a caller la Hypoluxo Monday July 17th,at I *.*....."YIMASBEr........Bandar. Aug. M. at 1.10 P.n.W.dne.day
Saturday.Chas. July feth,at 8 rp. x."BEMLNOLa.........Tuesday,. Aug.. 4th, at s.oo rjt.SUM GROCER
and each other before saddled
swore by they Friday, July slat, at J ri. 1I..IROQuOJw..Tbanda,, Ang. 6th, a* AJC.TM .
their hones and started for home. W. Pierce started for Titusville Monday Ang. Srd,at a ". K .....u.4.LOONQtJ1l'f.81U11a7. Ang. 8ca, at A.x.W.dnesiayAug.bthaia1.x."CHF1tOKZn".Tuesday ,
\ Paul Canova off Scott Ang.. llth, at 8.30A.M.
came
-'SCupt on Wednesday. rrtday, Aug. 7th,at S r. .. : .4.a. <<. 13th at 1SJN A...
free, and as he shook hands all ,'round, Monday Ang. lOtn,al S r. ...t..Y1tMA.8SU".TbundA't.,.. ......... '.. Ang.. 16th, at IM ".11. Flour Tobacco and Butter t Special
vowed he never had such a good time In Mrs. Baby Moore bsi returned and li Wed.n6lH1a1, .ng. 12th,at I r-. M..lRWUOI8.Tu..da,, .4.al.18th, at wo r.x.i ,,. Fancy
Jhls whole life. Before the day was flnUshed again at work on the Sun force. rrlilav? Au"'..MtE,at 5 r. ...,..".4.I..GONCH1IN..T1uu.da1. Aug. Sffth, .at OAJl, ; .
everybody full and- several Monday .4.ae.nth,at. 1'. ..;.:OH.10U2j; ? ,........8 aday,. Aug. Wru. as' 1.00 A.x.WedneaLyAug.15that3 .
was George Zaire has gone Qn a cruise up : r. x...."YLMASSi! '........Tu-w.'. Aug. \l5th, as 8JOAJC.tOJMAJt. .. r
other fights Old man Hughey Friday, Ang.lift, at I ... ".........TbundA1. .4.ae. 11th, a& .
Indian[ River. x."snMINOLB7
and Smith made friends and,'tied' to Monday Ang.. 24tb,as 5 .. ......lROQUO '..........8ullda1, Aag. 8Oth.t 140 ]ix.W.dne.SayAng.15th ,S..4.N'FOR..D, .-*+' *!"- &-
oaoh other until Smith died. :Mr. Al Lawbach Is 'cutting hay on ,at S r.. 1I.A.LGONQU1l'l Tneiday. Sept 28th at L JO ".II.
.. ROrfJCElt..Thur ..
Friday .4.a..I8th,at 5 t."CHJ "Soon after the reports of the, fertility Wm. Moore's place. Monday, Ang.SUt, atl ... M.w."Yr.MAB.SKB..Banday: Sept. 6th, at SJN ..11.
of the became advertised BUTTER & CHEESE in Cold.
country Sheriff Fred Church has moved over Storag
and settlers from all states of the Union
St Johns River Line.
poured In-good, bad and indifferentthe to; his new home near J. Kinsley's place

bad tried to carry things with aTdgh "Uncle Bob" Is': back again 'and we The Only Cold, Storage In South :Florida. Correspondence respectfully .

hand, and the good citizens were are\ glad to. see him so much better than For .Sanford. .Enterprise and Intermediate Points on IOUcltecL. '
forced to organize for self protection.The he was. the St. Johns River.
at first did
'Regulators' some good
Captain Geo. R. Lyman brought
:work in ridding the country of dlsreput load of ,lumber down the ''Oliver'a'
on TOBACCOS SOAPS & PEARLINE.
table characters,but like ..l1suoh organizations Thursday. Steamer "EVERGLADE" J9mySmoCONTRACTS ;

finally became corrupted with Lea.,.. Jacksonville for Sanford gondayi Taeadaye and Thursdays,at 8JO r.M. Xtaturn- "
power and was almost as.much of an InIquity Mr. Peter W. Menu,, of Lemon City, Ins,leaves Sanford Mondays,Wednesday and Friday.,at U A...
u the evil that they organized toEliminate. Is In town; we are always glad to see
There is no question that the Steamer "W'ELAKA" '

regulators were needed for scoundrels him.Two gentlemen passed down the lake leaves JaokaonvlUa and Weduesdayi.atT.Ma.il.for Banford Mondays and Fridays, at ..JO p.' M. Returning leavesBanfordBundayi GEO. LESTER & CO

carried things tholr own way. Aa an instance Wednesday, on the mall boat, on their The above steam aN fitted up with flnt-olax a OOlllllloda Olll'for passengers, and the
: Old man Ilughey was out tables will be snppued with beet In markefe '

.scouring sHe found the a man woods out one there day named for cattle.Bud way Mr.from and Rockledge Mrs. L M..to Mabbett MlanL have ret -i, General Passenger and! Ticket flce,83,W. Bay St., Jacksonville. RECEIVERS OF

busy with a ting-knife'skinning a o Titusville very much pleased ,with the P.K.IBONMONGKB.J.4 Florida Passenger Agent,SS We.t Bay St.. Ykssooavllle,1la.
Lake W. r. OGDEN WAY Tra ve liBg I'uaeACW".t.Bo..I1a< steer. Ilughey 'walked up, and seeing country.A J.O. PKLOT. Freight Agent,on.wharf foot Bogu Btnet,JaokeonvlUe,Fla.Kl .
by the mark. that the steer was his party of young people went to the JOHN I. HOWAWM. >,r >rida Frelfbt..n"foot Laura Straet,Ja vWe.Fla ORANGES LEMONS BANANA!
property, said, indignantly; Inlet on a picnic last week, ,they staid J.A.LESLIE Baperintendent ,JacktoaTllle,Fla
'Uow Is this and what right 'do all ana themselves.The THEO.O.Euki.! Trots Manager,S Bowling Green New YOi'LXABSILU.L ,
by day enjoyed U.CLYDE AMI.Traffl?Manager,B Bowling;; Green,Hew York. ,
,you kill cattle In this way?' schooner "Enterprise" passed

'Why, says Bird the''To out of meat down the coast last week. She had onboard P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents., .E t TD G.A..PES
a and your steer was first one I came Charlie Christian J. C. Rice J. ,
across.' !.South Wharves,J>hUa4..p..... 8 B wUiic -.New York.
McAllister Dr. Jackson and some other
,
'I suppose you intend paying for It?' men. 264
Washington Street New York.
41'Not by a d--d sight' Cspt Pierc brought a pauengerd wn
,
'Well, sir ril have arrested for
,
OOW stealing.' you from TltusvUle, who will run as cook :ENDE: :.. ..N RIVER: eOI.J..tJ: ;; .,
and on the sharpie "nilnols" with
crew
rye 11 'Go got plenty ahead;of you friends can't convict Now crack me. Captain. Charlie. His name is Fred "We Issue a WEEKLY LLSTs d shall be pleased to forward it to 1 '

tour whip.' M1Mr. TITUSVILLEIndian on receipt of a postal card. "
"Ilughey left, went, straight to a Jus.tJoe Moore brought a man down a Mr. Stencils Furnished on application
had Bird who was on the Lake seventeen River
and got out a warrant and IPeW.r. ,
Reference: Wholesale Fruit Trade of the
arrested. The defence brought In a half ,years ago and has just come back for the country.
dozen witnesses who kissed the Bible first time. He says he has been wonder. Fla. ,ulyt7Jtro
all this time how "Lake Worth
and swore positively that they wen lug '
with Bird hunting twenty miles away looks," and he could'nt stay away any RICHARD W, GOODE. JAMES T HOGG.

from the spot that Hey saw him longer, LK.KABBrl'TE,

skinning the beef. Bird was discharged A dance given at Mrs.:E. N. Dlmlck's Florida Real Estate
hut Ilughey brought the case before the this week was a pleasure for all Invited. FBOFB.: Exchang(
ftrand jury, which found a true bUL Dancing was commenced at 8 o'clock -
|llrd stood trial, proved .an 'alibi, and and at twelve refreshments were served
Cam Bear having Hughey indicted for In the ahap>> of three kinds of splendid L1- Open AU The Year. MELBOURNE Brevard Co., FLA.

f erjury. Hagbey's character was above oaks, and huge slice of water melon. -
xtproach and all the honest,law-abiding Some very nice singing was given us, by PROPERTIES OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT SOLD A EXCHANGED.
'Mopla stood by him. Cltlsens knew Miss, Dlmiok and Mrs. Bell Dlmlck, latH k few minutes' TAXES
PAID RESWCONTRACTS
Lad the truth on his side but Bird wars bv Kill Bell Earnest Miss Pierce and Railway depot FOR NON
served with that travesty on justice the Cap O. B. Lyman. Those present were and Steamboat landings TAKEN FOR SETTING OUT ORANGE GROVES, .AND

"'legal evidence' List May Metcalf MJas Horton Miss Oa the lank of the PINEAPPLE: PLANTATIONS. -
the 'Regulators' were organized set.Ml.g Earnest and Miss )[IudeJara. farrfamed Indian River Indian River Lands a specialty. Parties wishing to invest or having lands I Iaal
such matters dldn" go before the : would do well to correspond with us.


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