East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00157
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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1. :. T FTUSVILL1.J Indian River, \L.A., .] '.ItIDA.. Y, A.TJQ-, 14,1891. NO.11 .', !% 'IJ'

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nge of Temperature -Mr. Joseph Casey, of Baltimore,was '=:Captain flute Is looking much better *.-Wanted; IOOO..to% a of lemon by I -The family of Mr. Q.W. Scoble are, The Sad..SM'' Waves, < t

i. TUtUTlll Intown on Monday. *" after his spell of sickness. "_ J. B. Watson A: C,. 13TherV I expected buck from New Haven, Conn.,

the week ending lost night Aug.. -The Egyptian Queen stands foremost J-Miss Slngleterry, of Jacksonville, are ,five .Sunday In thismont' to-uight. Mt. Scoble left. for Jackson Sent their echoes through the oolumaa'., .: ;' ',; ,7' "

1, as compared with that. of the ;It Is the best;brings best prices *tfBreadIs has been visiting Mr., and Mrs: 'Hugh ,\" -: vllle, yesterday;to meet them.! of yesterday'. Star. W had'. hint ills i-: ?', -.1':.:, ..

pqnding week in 1800. Recorded the "staff of lifei": Altree's Boyd during' the past week or so., WhyS'+plant'' common pines. when you -"The Sad Sea Waves" are.always repeating advance of their tenor fromj the' -walm-. <' ; z-:' M,

tT, S. Weather pureau office; Ti yeast cake; never.fall/to make It. Ask -Wanted-mone to loan on absolutesafe qan get the Egyptian that'bring always 'Go( to the Basaar forehlldren'sctothlng like scribe who.was guUtof thelf'fTOdnctlon ?: y, a) :, .,

e. your grocer for them. 2Stf.' real estate security/ Ton per centj' twice! the'JDoue, 80tf and shoes-Go to the Bazaar and we admitted that we warerichly ,.jf" "-,; '{

Ma; Mln. Max." Mtn -MlL Chas, Converse says she likes free of all expenses, obtained for,lender. -Capt.Il.: C,.Mfty, of Rooklodge, hM for'clothing and shoos" 1* deserving of whatever contain:criticises. -. :a 3x.,,; ',ro! "
AVOtTBT. 1891. Robbing ft Graham. 25tfMr. our contemporary might ; ..l, -:: :_, :
Hartlnnd so well that she Intends return-. been spending a day or so (inown' this ... -
8t 73 80 74 -Mr. John W. Huntington starts for The description of our physique: Is-pwr- .. ". ';
Ing there to reside during the winter. Ed. Miller returned 'from his '
87' 77 85 75 : S
week.llr. Jacksonville In the morning, on his way feet, but we must except to>.; bV Intimation .
88 72 86 74. Rer. and Mrs. B. F. Brown started, trip to Atlanta Wednesday evening, and J. 6.'Walton and Claude '
83 78 86 75 ,Ron, to his home In Hartford, Conn., going .that we are on the.'rerge of a ItI ? %. ,
87 72 86 74 Monday morning,'on their norther trip, says he left his mother and father in the of Ea,. Gallle, -are, In. to""' today, byway of the Clyde; Line, direct,.t .New grave Our figure,nw y.alender, tint' ', S

83 72 88 74 and will probably. return here in about enjoyment of good health. lIe reports Claude is visiting bis. friend, ForsonPaddlaon. fork. He..expects. to return hero about I our bony structure somewhat scantily ?
,82 72 93 73 out weeks having enjoyed very pleasant trip.' i. October. padded with muscle and'adipose ttssuq, ;

J.. E. LANOCETTE Observer The Rev. Mr. Keigwin, of Winter -Fo'r Sale or rent, boat-yard, shop, I I but well and the lean' bores J
Mrs It
... .- G.AW..Morton and; her..mothe', -The ladles of the Methodist' church will, wear ,
Park,-will hold services the Presbyterian dwelling-house': marine ways and entire !Is for race: We are not ..
Mrs; Schuyler,'tame over from Iteath. In I of Tltnsvllle have donated six dollars 'good -a. long
M.lian .. Church on Sunday 23rd business, at Cocoa. For terms, apply to F. *
I. company with Mr. Oo .
when members' of all denominations E. Joyner, Cocoa, Brevard Co., Fin 204t iorded'as' .' V
are ,
a v
the painting of which
River Lodge; No. 00, Free and Sunday afternoon; and next horning River Guards' flag;recently presonted. ,
bted Masons, hold their meetings invited to be present.Flneapple -Miss E. E. Dart, of Maitland, arrived both ladle started for New York. Mr. There was a deficiency of the above much. amusement to. our porpolse-lilc. ,

le FRIDAY on or before Full Moon 'and vegetable land, at In town Tuesday evening, on her way to Morton returned to Heath on Monday, amount, which the ladles )kindly added., friend especially when .we realize theCthe '
BO p. m.. In Masonic Hall, In the In- Tropic, for sale. Six hours from Titus- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom "Sanders looking quite sad aft their dep rtUre. .. criticism and senttments attributea.: ;"i t

(:R1'erState; ... Bank building, Tituer vile; dally steamer, Few acres cheap, Courtney, where she has gone on a two. -An attempted said! ''robbery took to the.lady In question are purely Imagt* 1tI ,1

ting.brethren are cordially' Invited now. Apply to Robbins A Graham. 25tf or three weeks' visit.0 ,r--\Yanted, yon aH4* ctiow that J. S.Wataon,4"Co:1re place at the express office here, Sunday nary The 'fairy-like creature' has e-1-'. l-

nd. Captains H. Headman and W. G, why should a man be shabbily : : on hand With afullline nlgh ...A burglar'or burglars enteredtheoMoe ready sought an Interview with nor te'
WAIWH S. GRAHAM, W. M. of garden-; aced You will save through the window, and, with ascertain whether we would suppose for '
clad ,
when J. P. Turner behave
Lee ft
,JOSEPH MKHDELL' Socroty.Farmer's United States Inspectors of hulls and disappointment by iron bar attempted tobreak a single moment that she would be gulltr
arrived here Monday evening from Savannah nA Al (*&nt Linn,____ of__ rlnttitnc_.___n_.. _lifcreasonable _A..nb___ money seeing an open of handling our anatomy in the tree and :,
them before Bonding' oft ..ordel'll.Don't of safes but, effect.No
your one without "'"
Alliance. for the purpose of Inspecting the prices. 1* flippant manner "hetreD4l"! (!) bad tap ,7
forget that J. S.' Watson A Co.am damage was done to the ,;'safe'lothei resented her.. doing. "V .
|tusville Lodge of the Farmers ale boilers, etc., of the steamer .St. Ormond -:Arrangements have been made by headauarten for liiue. 'cement....nto-. than ,knocking' off' twoof tho ,ptatot ."" "A little nonsense now aDd then,t! etc-a \1t\

meets regularly on the first and and other smaller craft on Indian River. cable for bringing over the.team of_amateur ter and hale.: '13 knobr attached;.to''the, hinges 'of the but we fear the ADVOCATED has oontainel, ,oJ tt.. a
( Saturdays of each month at the -One or two thousand Egyptian cricketers from England to be captained a sufficiency. for. .the past few week; -
t House.. Visiting members of .Governor Fleming's! reasons he door. Failing l In the attempt to open tilts of the ., '
the Queen pineapple suckers for sale... Price by lord Hawke. The team will why These pen may quit. .... .
are Invited to attend. sail did not issue'a certificate, of election tqSenater'Cafl the safe, Mr. Webber says, they com amusing to those of our 1'eade.'Who Aarconversant .
$25 hundred on the City of New York
per delivered in bulk at on September
menccd to, look around for something with the circumstances, ..but'to.the
Titusville; SOcts extra boxed. Chas. II. 16, and will come to Philadelphia as cotaaltp us I in the shape ol pineapple planter of.St. Lucie, e'the ;' I.
valuable the.
QCAL a ten column supplement of the1 Tallahassee ; among parcels\ but, It
NEWS. Nauman Haulover Flo. 28tf the guests of the Germantown club ; coooanut cultivator; Miami, they,
+ The first match against all Philadelphia Fhndtnn, one' .of the Ctilpleysheets. seems they were again foiled,,; for with may be getting monotonous; and,,tile, ;t' ..,.
-Mr. Will II t
Macomber .
who owned will be Life Is too short for the average the exception of two email packagesof AnvocATB is thinking,, of;assuming"* .
tr Red General O..lp. In connecllbn property on'Turkey Creek, died at Ston played on Friday, Saturday, and man to read the long-drawn-ou excuse medrcln -one of'olke"two\ 'of .cloth- sober, dignified countenance for a:. esv. .

Ia. lodUa rater and Lake: Worth M- ington, Massl, July 22nd, of consumption. Monday, September 25, 20 and 28, and when Ing belonging to'Mr. Goldsmith and another weeks, by way of variety. : .
especially one's mind Is t
during pat_IL. BrlefjnenUon of The deceased was known the second 'on Thursday, Friday, and made. One word of explanation however.Js: '
by a
U.(:Kv..U| rAbont People Yo. number : Saturday, September 20 and October 1 We will'pl'8ll8nt the document to anyantiCalf belonging to Mr. Wetmore, of this necessary.la regard to tee;obnoxious '
of Indian who
people River
ow. sad People Toa Done Know on and 2. man:who cares to call at the place. nothing very valuable_was missed, sentence which appeared In our article of .
|ked np by One Society Editor., very much regret his death. ADVOOATK: office. which was a fortunate circumstance.. last week,entitled ''The Sad Sea'Waves.**' "

*-Mr. B.,, F., Shleppy),. of Fort Pierce, -The ladles It would have taken the mind of *
are doing considerable
,When ail fo1towgfrt to have foreseen that,
dances clairvoyant
Advertisements arrived in town and he ,
under this head- Tuesday and left for
talk over the new bath-house but ',
q' J does pot Ills that our stenographer in transcribing.his
genuine study to watch '
re i ten cents per line per: week. Valley Falls, Kansas neddaf. on a visit : has no connection .with The Bazaar, short-hand, would.have. taken the word a.
( to his brother whom he hat not,seen Mortgage deed, Warranty deed, -"sanctjfled-affllctlonrSort-of-exproMl-I- such "prepoM8 "perspiring,1nod,
Trunks and valises where cheap and useful
at articles ; ,
the t'
Bazaar. far. out. years., Mr. Shleppy did not Quit-Claim deed, ..,,.! Bill of sie,- ,.1 OIU'UieA.'setAl** on bit.,CQlaI anatomy are these changed the meaning the ear_ ,
[Mr.,Geo/tjieaSon, of Eau Gallie, has Forget to'subscribe for the ADVOCATE Satisfaction of mortgage, Tax certificate' ., whenrmiWspiai iota hi'*dashing schot* sold. 1* tire naralll'aDh: or that our hMn-# readarw '
i spending a few days In town. before Tax sale deed Looses, tlsohe\wiih some other'fellow. Pnbllo -ReY.- F.-. E- Sbober and flue brother- ufdh v& passed Po.er'lJi sentence> y :: ,,x' _

[Write to Goode k flog, Melbourne," -Xr leaving:, and Mrs.town.J. G. 1dc-Domaelp of Bond Assignment for Title of,mortgage' rricclpe summons. -for, etc Spirit.-The dancing mania !.evidently in-law, Mr. John' "Aspinwall: of Barry- without correction.Is necessary This.In 'ju muchof, oe to. ,,< ext u.a-!:::\;.i' .<,/ii::. ".,: .-':''yplanation :.; ;!-.,

pu want good pineapple; lands.,, .* Lake Worth have been For sale at the ADVOCATE. lc.. One, extending to down-itm pofnt, and the town, N. Y.,arrived here Saturday eve selves. -
,. spending a lOo.s three, 25c.f dozen, Mto.; one hun above paragraph Intimate that Brother ning. Rev. Sir. Bhuber assisted Ker. B. 'v' /' 'f'" "
Captain R. P. Paddison Is In townn couple of days at the Indian River Hotel dred $3. '/-;
; having returned from his 'this Also Andrews has been on hand at, least as a F. Brown at the morning and evening County'Court. -
trip to week on their way homewards, attachments In sets. $1.00 six .
' York last night.Mr from other parts of the State. They i sets, ..00. Ten in each set. Copydght.Wedding. spectator, ff not .* an active-participant services, at the Episcopal: Church, .Sun- !'4

Jno Lenaghan of Sanford's own a deal of hind on the above beautiful Black' day. There was quite large congregation The above Court) convened last Monday -
; one ___ Cards stocking* are more.In vogue present. who listened very attentively : when the following were present:
anent merchants started, yesterday, lake, where they expect to build this We shall be pleased I than ever. They are generally worn J to Mr. ShoWs able'address.. Mr. Minor S. Jones, Judge; Jas. E. Bowman .

i business trip down the river., winter. receive share of your Ii: with black 'patent leather shoes, laced A.lpinwaliitarted for Jta Gallle on Monday sheriff; A. A. Stewart, clerks and ,
r. Hutton, sod lI at the head ofSpectator -That .1 {Job Work-envelopes, f'oS for out-of-door walking, low and members of the local bar. Mr. .L aGaulden
was a good story told by the letter-heads note-heads,} open morning, fust/to take a'' cursory was sworn 1.0.. :Acting ,I'roao1. ,
ndon- gets $10,000'per elder Goldsmith to his friend Mr::A. A. ; bill-heads, statements. 1JIt for,the house;, Even with white dresses<<* glance .at, his property;. and Rev.' Mr. outing Attorney, Mr James ,T.- ,SondeM" ?

|im for his edtorial.upe"lalon. Stewart, the other evening. We hap p or anything else these black shoes and stockings are Shober started for Jacksonville, .on his belag absent from the State -" '*: : -" "s r

!ant the :Egyptian and .always get pened to be within hearing and enjoyedhis --- worn.- Wltlfdressy toilets the hose Is way to .other places. ,Mr. Aspin The following criminal cases were die1ayy4; ; ><>

from headquarters It will pay recital. The sudden interruption at h walks matched In color to the dress. For long wall left here for Barry town, N. Y.,'to State of: Florida versus'.Sarah Box.,_'.."I'.. ..f ,*. '-'
20tfr. an Interesting moment, and the sudden boots of dull kid"hsoed or .but day. Mr. and Mrs. Aspinwall expect to Slandering female; continued. '. v-

'C. Crabb, of 8t. Augustine, 'Is adjournment to another locality was even toned is worn;with either black or colored be In Eau GalHe' In Novembers when State of Florida versus John Baoon? ",, .ti... ,

ng his brother. Mr. J. D. Crabb, more amusing and startling, than the -Dr. and Mrs. B. L. Wills have be. stockings; the heels should" be low they will bring with them a kerosene ,I committing trespass; pleads, guilt/;-, ll..

eek. sanative. Ask Messrs. Goldsmith and come members of 'the. Indian River Bathing and the toe.1'OuDded.TboIe,1aeaer i steam launch,,which Is now being builtin I Fined State five of dollars.Florida%versuiAaron'Ander i *
It. C. B. Sergeantson, of Hobe Stewart about .It, and have a good Club. .who called the Titus* Philadelphia. son, carrying concealed weaponsVor. *; 1

td, was in town a short time on Fri laugh. -Do. 'you want bargain. In land? 'If Vllle Park a-worthlou -niece ttt-- .DI'OnAt'twn.-_._ Brother Wager, of the Star, being at ,diet of .Fined,..Ili...five with ws..nw.w.d.Ilnw- t.a. '
mercy. dollars and coats. 'f} eState
st. He started *for Cocoa same -Wanted,- all the'grower* on Indian you do,-.read Robblns ft: Graham' list should Just taken cursory glance, at It, a loss for a paragraph to ,fill up the of Florida versus JamesAScoH,:'*7 ..'-. ,-,

( ng. *. River to know that J. '8. Watson ft: Co. of land bargains on the Inside page of out of curiosity. One of our reporterswas third column on second page, wonders assault and battery. Pleads. fuilty.,.' .<. ... t.

top at the Travelers Hotel when you are State agents for Thompson ft: Ed- this paper. t.f. on the spijt a few days ago, and was the AovoeATK: will have anything to say bled one dollar and costs. ,.v. .

Jacksonville; under the wards' Fertilizers, and they keep on surprised at the'Improvements that are respecting the new bath-house this week State of Florida versus J. W. Gauze, ,:-* ,
manage hand direct -Hr. W. A. Moseley, who has owned a being made under the ', u.aultand battery. Pleads,guilty.Fined. a- w
', of Burton K. Bam. See advt. on from Chicago In car lots, superintendenceof To please our esteemed! contemporary five dollar and costs. : -
age.. 'fcf blood and bone, blood bone and potash, of place Banana opposite Flan Gallie, at the mouth Park Commissioner M. S. Jones. The' we may say, inter arid, that.to successfully State of Florida versus J.- W. O*%, x

brothers Eden orange tree food vegetable manure,,sulphate river for the past five years, underbrush Is cleared off, the roots are "Learn to swim" is one of the all- carrying concealed weapon. PleaOi ;
of .
seer Egan "
potehashes, tobacco stems, cot came up to town Monday evening, on being grubbed out, and other noticeable Important cries of most 'people who guilty. Fined five dollars and costs .' ,4; .
to town last and have
i Friday Us
i up their boat ton' seed meal and everything in the fertiliser way to Spanish Honduras, South Improvements made, as well. the park fond of bathing, and those who have State of Florida versus J. L.lIam.-' .
waiting for which is be- America, where he has adultery. Aoqnlted. : '
[>nit by Captain Simonson. line,. and as cheap as you can get some land for gone to look after being neatly fenced In. It has the making mastered the manly'art. Take up and State of Florida versus Aaron Anfler-f .
In Jacksonville. Write them for prices, a Chicago syndicate, who of a nice place of resort and we re : peruse any seaside northern and SOB, carrying concealed weapons. 'F1ne4i.
paper, .
lie steamer St. Ormond came, upi and see for yourselves. 13 are thinking of speculating 'in that coun commend our readers. to take a stroll in you will frequently observe that not one dollar and costa "' 1' -' w
i Eau pallie Monday, afternoon for try. Mr. Moseley's brother-in-law is one that direction when they have time.' It season without < a, State of Florida versus J. W., O&ui*, <'
purpose of -The members of the Indian River of the above passes 1Dan'ltlaltrattona aggravated assaultsecond K **
undergoing government syndicate, and it Is at Us is excellent hammock land with charge) Cmtiued. *
trees of the of
Guards had their penalty neglecting to .
cUon. shooting contest, on request Mr. Moseley Is Ball -
Tuesday afternoon for the leaving Gal- five feet in diameter and Is well worth a the noble art of swimming. Human State of Florida, versus Jame Scott
f rs. Nicholson, of Eau Game, wast&aturday which Ray medal, lie for South America, for which place visit. life I I. said to be assault and battery (second, ehargej.*..
attending to a little was recently won by Sir Tom he will sail from New Orleans We understand comparatively cheap at Fined five dollar and costa ,. '
Her son accompanied her. Smith. This time it was won by our that it Is the Intention of Mr. -Sir' Walter Raleigh, while yet a watering places; but when the Indian State of Florida versus Jery WaUe,1ats. ,,- f$" j
popular store-keeper Mr. J W. man, fought for River Bathing Club has fully started under VM.QQ. ** .I
.started homewards in the after- Rogers Chas. Goodyear of New York to purchase young years on the sideof on ceny NoII'OI"d. "' .. .Sf; ,, 1
although In the first Instance, a tie was )fr. Moseleys residence and land. the Huguenots in the ''French, civil successful career, we have no doubt MM MB i :*-n" "V'" ;:,, .,"' ."
declared between him and Mr., J. F. e* wars and afterward In the war in Ire that a little private tuition wW do wonders 'Cb*'Y\berIan'> 'Eyo and E Uu _

,000 Wilson improved strawberry Lewis The Pritchard medal, won by .The United States revenue cutter land. On bis return from Ireland, it 'Is with regard to teaching the ladles 'Ointment. ,:,', .

i for sale, $2.50 per 1,000. Ready Mr. Jas. T Sanders, on the 4th of July McLean, arrived at Key West Saturday said that he won the queen' favor by the useful art of swimming, so that incase A certain cure for Chronlo Sore Ey: v- .,

[September 1st Orders with cash last, was, In the evening carried off by morning bringing First Officer Boyd of throwing hI. new plush cloak Into a of accident while sailing they will I Titter, Ball Rheum, Scald Heai ..()J4. 5

i booked, by C. T. Yerbeke, Brant. Mr. Budinot Pritchard who had two the southern Pacific steamer Eldorado,, muddy plate In the road for her to walkon. be able to support themselves with ease I. Chronlo-8ore, Fever gore. Enema, .', ';

Jtf able opponent In Messrs. J. E. Ender Captain Bryne. which went ashore on He fitted out ship and fought until the arrival of help Several ladle Itch, Prairie Scratches, Son'ITjpplda: -"" .

ra.. W. M. Brown and little slang b- and George Brannipg.Rev. the Great Bahama Banks, ten mile against the Great Armada 'or fleet of have been busily engaged daring the and Pile*. It 1* cooling and aaothlej ,,.
south of Great JUaae shoals. The-vessel when put week Hundreds of cases have been exred bl-
Spain getting
started for New Hartford, Jas. that-country tried to conquer readiness theta' new
Bolton of White Springs, had bilged and the it after all other treatment
forward !
last I'dda'lDOI'DIng. Mr. Brown comportment England. He was a great state. bating costumes; and, from what we lid; taUo L a
. Fla arrived at
Minis on Saturday evening was filled with It Is put op In 23 and M }
cent. ..
Sbe -
sailed learn
can the ,
man a soldier of
paned them as far as Charleston, and Into town great a great seaman, popularity the new :
here came Sunday. This Saturday from New York for New Or 'and was known to be bath-house In front of the Indian :,, :. ..
g; Wednesday, Mrs. Brownen Is his first visit to Indian River since he leans with an excellent poet River Bargain In, HenrieGrove. Onuwe' --..-. .. -:
a visit to her parents and left to take charge of the White a general cargo, and went and IiUtoris,, He Is said to have first Hotel Is an assured fact. Two large .
Springs ashore <
here later In the --. Tuesday night at 12 o'clock. On planted the potato In Ireland. dressing room am, now ready for those .
King ,
and his .
OD'parsh, many, friends around the arrival of wreckers from the British ladles We offer a bearing nove of BOO tree :
James L kept him in who have received, *
j bly NOTembelwlUl'Kr.. Brown prison In the tower Invitations '
, town were giving him some island City Point hamnwek. ...
hearty of Nassau Crop.
the cow g. f.
xpectI to go north next MAuld: Lang Syne" shake of'the band schooner: was charfared for more than f twain year and,then re. and Wednesday afternoon was the first season, about 000 taxes T1r.fy.a.onwq-.1.. r ..:. .' ....
month.Dares to carry Officer Boyd to Key West, leased him la 1018 the time of their being of excellent land ,.
I the new advt.of ) He started for Eden on Monday with Mr. who sane king .had brought Into"practi Three hundred feet; :,: :
was transferred to the McLean off this man to" cal use. The ladle front on river, and running back "; < -, i
great put to are ; V
please the respectfully
ter fifth requested
on our page. This firm T. Y. Moore, and Intended stopping at the Florida coast -of a mile. Sacs' amount quarter4V -
near of
Alligator light \"I
to select
King! Spain.When Raleigh their bath-rooms ?
posed of two enterprising various place on his return to TUnsvffie. weabout this county road.
young the schooner New
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returning to the
wreck. to be beheaded, lie felt of the afternoon. ;: / ;
whose record is edge of rooms, sealed
A.1 from away Mr. Bolton says TitusvIIIe seems The steamer. carried ; :' : "f ._
no passengers. The the axe, and said,"It 1* sharp kitchen, dairy hOIoqa *
effort to j'
They spare no give per- be the most progressive.town, for Its size, AtlanUe
Wrecking his barn, -
Cenpany dls- good ',
to of
an disease springs 1
.. atUfactlon. an their dealings, and: he ha seen anywhere le tie. states He patched from New York a. wrecking the core of my this Thu ended By subscribing $1.60 per annum snrubbery. The a aim eo\-; L Lare

ve the soccess which has attended was surprised at the Improvements steamer, with twenty-men, to assist the lish career traveler-and world-renowned Eng for( the ADVOCATK, it will only cost yon worth thO prioe Imkrro.A great beats '
i la their chosen vocation I since he left Indian River. wrecked vessel. warrior after whom TAm Cease fir Wttt, Fottagt Included gala PrIce, I ,' rF d.
Raleigh N. C.,was 1WDecf.r to of the Write for pvt1ota1aq to : ,
any part United State-
2b'tt J&oDDm" G2ut'lttcrnvttlts.

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"I< .. Limitless !I N RIVER PROPERTY. $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN $65la

no 8 jflStT coast S Adv cat8. Then lies la the centre of each man's bezel tt possible, a flr.t..olan Buggy with SlIver..plated DaSh Rail, Seat
I A longing< anti love for lbs good and pure. Eicellenf Bargains In 'Real V,, Rail Handles, Hub BaM!! and Shaft Tlpe, for above price?
And if but an atom or larger part '
,I .. Even this shall endure I Estate on Indian RISer, Fla. Ii 3 g m-I m
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TTTUSTILI t FLORIDA.. ._ -. After, the body has goat to decay- I 1. The nw i of se J of Section 34, ZO : I:: r
..' Tea, after the world bas passed a"ay.I sr 87 e-40 'W... < > W .i !: i
The Italian array,consists of nearly llelbornef pronounced by county :1: .. ... -iZ < OI

'Iwo'million men, or, to give the "'I:- The longer I live and the more ties to be an excellent piece of pine- .- .or.:. ( \ '11 (_') :!:1:1: ,:,0 C:

eel figure 1,928,372. Among them I, Of the struggle' .of souls towards, belgbts land. Price, $20 per acre. Ad. 0 0 > :z: a > :t e
above, I I land is selling At from $50 'to wwz < tII Z 1'1
are, 86,600 Alpine soldiers, trained The strongc'r this truth comes horns to me, :"

ad Inured to the hardships of mountain That the unhorse rests On toe shoulders I 3. Lot 4 of eeetion r.>M 87, r 40 o b ,< 'w < :-- pa
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warfare. of love Fronts on north of St. Lucie \II IIIII 0. ::0
A love so limitless, deep and broad : 79 87-100 acres; price;) '$2 3 per "' a 'z/) VVa b !' )!( '

"What is 'cheapest building lotthat That men have renamed it and called It God. 0.0: ", O
Manhattan Isl I 8. Lot 4 of sec 25, t 87, 40 e, > (J 0 ) >
And evolved !
be that born
can bought on nothing ever was or a
100 acres half mile front on south : ::1:1:
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'and?" was asked of In old real estate Nothing created by light or tome, of St. Lucie river. Excellent land. In k G 'IIJ 1 C I"r'
But deep in Its system there lies dissolvedA r '
gent In New York. "About 1660, acre. Vehicles.
shining drop from the great love per Write for our New 80 page Catalogue of all kinds
was the answer, "and away up toward 4. Lot I, 79 88-100 acres; lot 2, AddressSOUTHERN
source lot 8 53 16100 acres
acres; ,
;, Spuytan Dnyvil. The lame land sold shining drop that shall live for aye, seC 29, t 87, r 40 e. Each lot has a I BUGGY CO.

cwoyear., ago for $260." *hough!: kingdoms may perish and stars may of a mile front on St. Lucie river OHIO U. S. A.
adjoins the extensive pine-apple
-- die.Bland .
Prof. Ellbn Thomson of tho Thorn -[ It. Jluddle ton, In Hcayune. of Tyndall & Dyer. The -- -- -

tJOu-Houston International Electrlo .. lots have a combined. frontage. of
BLIND DEATH. quarters of a mile on very deep'
Company has been notified that the
I I I and being situited on the south
first prize of 120,000 in the electric I of the broad St. Lucle are IbllO-

meter competition held under the auspices nr M. QUAD. free from danger of frost. $20 per
-- I for these three lots in a body, or
: of the Municipal Council, farts, I
Wo wero hunting the Black acre for either lot separately.
among pet '
bas been divided between his meter ,
Hills soon after the first rush of home. is an exceptional bargain-a better etl6 a3sbttll
and that of Aaron. than the amount required to
sleaders and speculators in that direction and homestead at !61t111I1613bA61
prove up on a '
Our Array retired list contains some and one day I loft camp on my : ; and is not dependent upon pro .1 .

veterans, and so does that of Great own hook.and wandered away forjthree: and perhaps long delayed satis e tC CC tt (lll : .
or four miles. As stood resting bo transportation facilities. w ,
Britain. The Army and Navy Gazette 5. Lot 1 of sec'86, t 87. r 40 e. ,
eays -Sixty-one years is a long side a tree a deer broke cover in ft out 10 acres, on south shore of St. Lucie

time for an'officer to bo on the retired of mo and only ptstofohot away. Ii I Quarter mile deep water front. NSURPASSE e ... LARGEST
I was a fine buck and ho walked into I per acre. aLlCINGq,
list. That is the time Lord Ar I 6. Lot 3 of sec 80, t 87, rUe. f FORD -
Imthnot, who has jot died a captain tho open as cool and as unconcernedas mile Of river front, on north shore T T u H' PIANO FACTORIE SAy
sod honorable major unattached, spout If no ouo had ever thirsted for his Lucie river. 40 MO acres, at $25 s yjQ +t+ ';+

what tho half life. '* D I INiS Ii 4 a ;4, WORLD'
was formerly
pay I Nos. 2, 8, 4, 5 and, contaIn. _
Hat, to which he was promoted in ought to have dropped him deadat in the aggregate 438 61.100 acres,

Zano, 1830. Fifty-one years after his that distance, but ho fell at my fire be sold in a body at $15 per acre. WeNLAD

retirement ho obtained the rank of to get up and limp away, and know is a good chance to make 100 pet JA g ?
him to be wounded I followed in less than twelve months. ?
major. Long may the veterans 7. Lot 1 of sec 23, t'37, r 40 e, HAUTE "
wave. on after. The around was acres, an i lot 3 of same sec, TERRE NEWPORT.
--- very rough and covered with cedar ) I .. One is on the no'tb and the

The Legislature of* Missouri 1889 thickets, and being a bit excited I I on the south shore of St. Lucie ,
Each lot has a quarter of a mile
enacted a law forbidding the inter pushed ahead as fast as possible and $30 in
on deep water. per acre
marriage of first cousins. The states paid little heed to what was underfoot lot*. No'reduction if both lots

I* which marriage between first cou- Of a sudden I found myself '

ins is lawful are: Connecticut, Call falling, and as I went down I droppedmy 8. LotS of sec 24-51 30-100 acres
mile front on St. Lucie river; and
fornta, Colorado, Delaware Idaho, gun to clutch at tho branches. I "of leo 86, t 87, r 40( e-77 acres,

Iowa[ Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, went down ton'or twelve feet over fronting on St Lucio river. $25 per
Maryland, 'Maisxchusolt Michigan rocks struck and for ether: or both lots.
on my feet, then
0. Lot 4 of sec 23, t, 87, r 40 e, ,
Minnesota, Mississippi Nebraska, plunged forward and brought up beside acres, With quarter mile front

New Jersey, Now York, North Carolina a big detached rock with a smash ; Lucia river; excellent land; $21

'Oregon, I'ol nllylvaltla, Rhode severe enough to have killed one out a

ilaland! South Carolina, Tennessee tIght. I did 1 break two ribs aid terribly \. 10. Lot4otseo8t38r41e,39
acres, with half mile frontage on
Texas!, Vcrmool, Virginia, West Vlr bruised my hip, aud fainted prong of St. Lucte river, opposite

.cinla and Wisconsin.$ dead away with the pain. south-westerly from Bessey Bros [patent applied ford -.

l When I to I tying '; l superior quality of land, This ts one of the moat convenient pleasure and business vehicle for the lawyer,
came was on my as old Indian fleli and camp --iness man or farmer on earth. Owing to the construction of the body;
.Attorney Samuel: Holllugsworth, right side, facing tho 'jumble of rocks it<.very the same time very rfwraH,, and is the fcomi-
$23 per acre. >O IM>< pieuare or btutn*.. vtkiele on tin ......rkd.A .
"representing the Centennial Hoard of over which I had fallen, and I real 11. Se J of sw I of sec 2 t 88,. r WRITTEN GUARANTEE!: GIVEN ON EACH VEHICLE.

Financier, Philadelphia, Polm., has izod at once that I was badly hurt. on toulhside of St Luciq.river, two Tfcinnj'i But teM-4! cute atUcW or 4et&oW Is ONI mutt Write fat Mow. agate WuW.

made application to Judgo Butler for Just yards back from river; excellent TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE AND BUGGY CO. Terre Haute Ini
how badly I hesitated to find out, land. Jonis plantation! of 0 K ,

.thol" discharge. There is a balanco of remembering that I_ was miles from Price $7.liO per acre. I

1ula on hand amounting to $13,103, camp and could expect no help. I lay 12. Pineapple laud Lot 0 and eCINCINNATI
land stockholders .of so J of sec 15, t 87, r 40 e, 03 l i s
as there 13,196 r
were ,
quiet, hoping I ho pains would sooner c't', including a clcar&g and fluid of
widely scattered, it would not bo go away, when I got such a shock as pineapples set out, on north fork RS spl t"'

worth while to declare a dividend. It nearly put my wits to sleep again. Lucio river. Price $1,000. Very ,d off

wa. therefore proposed that after the Almost in front of me and only about waste land in the tract. ,I
13. Lot 4 of sec 14, containing ti
piymoiit of $1000 compensation to 25 feet away was the mouth, of a den ; and lot :3 of leo 23, containing

Howard F. Young, who Lea servediuce In the face of the cliff, and out of this ; all in 120, r 33 e. Very fine

January, 1881, as clerk for 'the den stalked the largest panther I had situated opposite' II:ceo, on '
; free from frost. Each lot'
board, without pay,tho 1 balance should ever seen. lie stood sunning tho air quarter of mile river front. Tb's; tStStroke

be donated lo the Pennsylvania Mu. and looking full at mo, and when I I is bounded on the north by. the re V Afford

SMtum and the Historical Society. realized how helpless I was to even purchase of S. F. Uibbs from Jno.I ,
I and is about half a mile noHh of
utter call for aid turned dark
a thing I
celebrated of Smith Bros.
place I
The Spectator a art! is the machine that
prints gloomy
and I ,
almost lost consciousness of the finest bodies of Ian 1 iu the THIS
de on tho decline in tho rate of Lon- for the cut-
Tho wind was blowing pretty free excellently adapted | used in the Office,
Clou's growth, as shown by statistics of oranges, lemons, vegetables or Sho110: send
ly, and, luckily for me, it blow tow- This placewtll notstand on I Court-room, and for reporting '
just made public. Tho writer sees in arcs me. ,At first this was not of Ihe day. Speak quick.I Quickest
,Ids tr.cl att-iiuliciitlon that the empire many lectures and sermons. C mpartment and Pullman Palace
mind lot $37.50 or
slightest importance to my as separate per acre,
baa passed the meridian of its great the boast could reach me with ono the whole trac' While It. speed is greater than any Sleeping making! direct Cars connection through without change,

beas. So fat as the Immediate future 13. House and lot in Titusville other known method it is
but I had to simple CENTRAL UNION
spring, soon reason con. of Palm and Julia street .
o corner ST
la concerned! ,the writer regards tho.I&ckeulni' elude that ho was a queer animal. He residence of Win. M. Brown. that any intelligent person can gain a DEPOT for I LOUIS

oi growth as a relief, since turned to the left and trotted along prises a lot 75 by 03 and the house ii ,, speed of zoo or more words per minute And the WEST, and with T >

U will lessen.the tendency to crowd- style, nicely finished and good aa I hi five or six weeks, without the lines for
over the distance of about i and the
ground aid of |
Cost $1,300 to build. Known as I an instructor. Circulars and
tag; make it'poulble to pursueBetter CO sect. Then ho wheeled and passed t residence Bottom price I testimonials sent to all who mention HICthrough NORTHWEST,

methods of .municipal organization tho den by about the same distance. I this paper. carlines D ETR 0
and settlement. London has ex 14. House and lot, corner of Pine for canala
When ho had this beat
gone over and Points in
pauded coequally with the empire or three times I discovered what was of George.W.streets,Martin.just north Very of large the E. T. PIERCE, FAYETTE, 0110! BUFFALO and the East

and both will decline in ooramon and the matter. As he caine towards me small, but well built house, oaly- Solo Agent for U. S. and Canada. Only one change of car

parish together when their mission in tho sun shone full In his face, and I I a few weeks ago. Cost over I Mesdlao. NEW ORLEANS
clvtlitatlon has been fulfilled. That >: Plastered throughout, and has ,I. ,
saw that he was stone blind. There and chimney. Price,$100.. F 0 ,
time will not however i AND THE
come, predictsthe was a white film over each eye, and ; ,: 15. House and lot,' fronting on TEXAS
Spectator for centuries to come. he could not have seen a tree in hU street in Titusville, just east ol THE TRAVELERS, xvmsT.Passengers .
Tt article recalls Mr. Gladstone' : of W. R. Knox. Fronts 50 via this line are afforded aa
Jacksonville Florida. excellent view of Lookout Mountain and
famous path.A I railroad. Two houses on the lot; ,
prediction of stew_ years ago blind panther out for exercise i now rented to good tenant at surrounding Historic Scenery.

bat England must soon begin to yield blind death trotting along la front of month. Price. $373-a great oar- -

tie scepter trfhcr Western rival, the a man so helpless that bo could not I' The Travelers, earner Bay and Cedar a C. RAY,. 8. E. Pass. Agt-, Atlanta

United States, whose marvelous to have made his voice heard twenty feet !I 16. Fine block of hammock and streets, Jacksonville, Fla. A new brick Ga. '
crease in population, wealth and just north of town park; beautiful hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and TO. J. MULLANEY, Div. Pass.! Agt,
away IYou for residence. 8u\ 250 by 83Q! steamboat landings. Especially adapted Chattanooga.
power show no signs of abatement. have seen the beast confined I Would make 14 good building go transient biumets. Elegantly furnished D. G. EDWARDS, G. P. & T. A.,

a cage-his limbs stiffened hl. teeth I! More than half of this block it rooms, single or en suite. Table CINCINNATI. O. .
i oak and magnolia hammock. the beat. This hotel built .
1'110 Chicago Post observes. ""Au. broken and his savage nature toned as good as was ,
$450. furnished and operated as a $3.00 a day THE
trU has DOS decided, as bas been reported down by imprisonment and the sightof I, 11. Two
good building lots op- house; rates are now reduced to $3.00 a
to-adroit women to tho hospi.tats. humanity until ho wilt scarcely !I the Titutville public achool; aa- day, while the service is better than ever. NEW LEVER SAFETYThe

Nor have the Turks expreueda .snarl at the cane thrust iu to stir him property of C. E. Dakia; excel- Breakfast from 0 to P; lunch from 11:80
desire, as has been rumored, to have 'I I neighborhood. Size. 50 by 103 feet. to 8:SO; dinner from B:30 to 7:30. This
This lithe !
ono was supple vig .
up. ', $125 each. is the only hotel in Jacksonville serving
women physicians In the Bosnian ho. lant-a combination of strength, and I 18. E. of nw i and lots. 1 and S regular meals at these !lDUll. All others

pttals! Ou the contrary, they are do fierceness not possessed even by Ihe 17, t 81, a r 39 e, containing 144 ire at least one hour later. Use. the
Has half mile or river front Travelers omnibus the tickets
cldedly opposed to tho innovation. tiger. Disease or accident had blinded on save 23
side of rivet, at bead of Narrow, teats each W11.BURTON.
And one patient, when he discovered him but ho possessed every other below Barber Bluff. Good fringe

that he was being cared. for by a power Nature gives to the dreaded front. Part marsh but K. BARR3,

woman, bade her go back to the bar beast. Instinct taught: hint the lay of 100$3,000.acre of good land. in the tract. 10 Proprietor.

em and not try to act tho part of a the ground. Ho may hare passed over I.I ., 19. The north 43 acres of lot 1, .. -- _._- -.----
mall This stubbornness* and near. it a thousand time of the na J of nw J of sec 5, t 27. r

tjghtednett will by and by disappear I Just so far to tho east Price. |20 per acre. This land is RE? TUCKY'S ELECTION.
miles of Eau Galli. just north of
before the progressive spirit of tho Just to far to the west. -
Creek, and opposite Tropic; about PERFECTION of SIMPLICITY
ages, provided, of course, that the A large stone is passed to the right. I I & of mile north of Coahtn post- A Constitution Adopted and and ECONOMY of POWER.

woueu in Europe have the same A largo tree is passed to the left I High tlufl front; deep water State Officers Chosen.. NO CIIAIN GTIARS-

amount of personal ability and cour. Down by ledge of rocks and wl'eel to shore. Land in arms vicinity Kentucky. Monday' elected a full NO"
', _it bin the past year at $73 per dtmocratlo state liikrt, adopted a constitution VARIABLE sets
age that they show iu this country. about, cast to where the thicket begins STROKE only two
and ch,"** a legislature to enforce of Revolving Bearings.
Woinao, as a physician, fills a special and then wheel again. I I 20. Lot 4 II' 3ec 33;? t 81, r 41 jt. Tbetfeera> elected stet Seat Hill Climbing and all around

Aotd. As a nurse, no one "with any Grace-lltheness-strength-death I acre; excellent pineapple !aod.I Governor John Y"'m", Brow, of liendeisoat Safety made. ,
mile front oa 8t., LUCID river ad. lieutenant II. C. Al-
&.ee can question! her fitness or her lower governor
The is
and have
Jaw down I
....Ioa. She U ( I I p'ant .tion of Stewart .t Gasbag. ford of Laugdoo; attorney general W. aA.'A.X.cxnn:1:: : FIi7Cx1.H. '
a necessity in every fine view of the fangs which would best of land for sale oa St. Lucia J. Iltndrlcks, of "Ierulnaburg; an audi '

pUoa where the sick are cared for. rend the hide of a horse. At every at reasonable figure. tor, treasurer superintendent of public B. SMITH MACHINE CO. '
Turks and Austrians and all the poo. footstep tho terrible claws clutch and ''t oa any of the above, bait cub; instruction, reg'strar: of land office sad .
pie of the old world will, in the la one, two or three jean, at clerk of court of appeals. AU are democrats SMITHVILLE
-claws which would sink to the
grate interest. Corn-pood with us. and go ia by msjoritie rangieg .
tooarae kuoD of time, come to the same con bone of a man's leg and then strip th* I I I e A Oauutt, TitusvUl, Fla from ts/-nty to forty thousaad. N. J. i


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for the out of utre-tt, of dir.aeccvlfy and '. 1IIJl E are rnak n. .
*IiW ends on *apJta t HARtUii.1>. .f ..
and bWJ oatl our PARAG8H
T cent per mad ber'peepJe pro p \ TT '
ILIANCE TALKS 1 bfoen er
tame pevledlaa
yew. Undft Mat f>ro' &t' cof-ditions of Not practical l?. Rand hero" wi bate that the Tire number ttt *leroide l dtlooToredUp 'Made* of the fiNEST STOCK and the very 1, -

;.,*. __. kEWSfOF IOciety, capital nod labor t lire coi b"ne.t' "proof of the paddin'; ." We admit to dale it sOt BEST WORKMANSHIP. suoh a harness 4
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THE. 'ORDER FROM faamoatcvcrybrsaehofhumin indus. it dont suit K4oe the ngtaIl4lnct'bo'tdl snit the at mass p of Two new mica mines have been cannot be bought for less, >than $215'. .
but gr
Now ft ", ill be seen oy a -compor.iso ticlans,
JILL SECTIONS try. tiftb>,fI'OdlctJ.e!power of the labor I producers ta tMs country- and they tkrt lately opened at North'Groton, N. II. at retail. But we are willing, (:' ;

q .- .andthedfvideuds: pnid do -capital, going to bate luwJVmfew Bricks aro enameled by being dipped In order to Introduce It. to :

a -of Interest to AllIance- the that production capital bal been of?ecetTing wealth'at and wage al b-* (Gre ifieut Mo.; ) wy' ,"The Into k slip composed of fuel)' ground ONE SET ONLYto $ 10'f'O'SELL 4. ? :.J

.men Everywhere. srlring: the former ossnslona of the merchants ah-nuM certainly! be on the enamel suspended tn water. They ate one person. as a + s f : '
class losing tide of their customers, the firmer, inthismovimcmt ,ample for + ? :?
the latter tlmo.
-- wealth producer, state. Ali, then dried and fired sqcoud <, 5J ,, "" \ --'
of their Loan better -t'"t<< "
and twe-thfrds cent
'VHKK AKD SOW. ahtty-nix per ,)
i : wealth hi twewty year, and the measure that will help the laborer will\ Sir William Thomson condemns $16.50THIS rI. *:- .
WtAlM: Mercury (Dallas, Tex,]) canitaVisU gaining rxty-six and two- directly benefit the merchant al well. the''' einglo-\ oviro; system of electric O o D'dI' oi' '
i ".h long as the member of thelanee'ltllyed'in < The estimated Business drags beCAuse the people are sooppressed 'I- '
the back yards of the :thirds per"cent. afford to buy; lighting! on shipboard on the ground .. evoAtnvt3
weullh.f the vston'to da? 1 fCaOt'9. that they-cannot! : + i
litical bosses obeying submtsslveljoir for credit for even that in of care tho compasses .;sop e '1 J a ?
000,000, of which 80.000 capitalist are and are-obliged ;tu ask spite every 1i;!>
coramand*'without question, it was aid t* own: $38,230MiO,009 03,000,000 the few necessities wh'ch: they!' n-i compelled aro afTe tcd. .. f) ..d :. tt $! "

grandest organization on larth. Ira owningt29 5O,000,000tR5O,000 to pnmi.a-e.: The merchants of 1' 2;. t :
bcr.hp! ,.the most exemplary citizensn'whoae'yirtue \people capitalist* are aid to own threefourthsof know this to boa fact, and they know It has boon found that tho juice : i .

these bosses loved U the nation'
.ell forihotm and hours in the calm\ oven 63,000,009: ( inhabitants in the nation, ...bi1.Ith1t condition prevails. Why and then treated with alcohol yield J. ?J. W7 ;
ol of the evening. But just a* 1001theywsayed the side of, the people ..
follows out
the wealth) would be distributed a* not come on excellent
to eat at the first table,, : Two hundred and fifty thousand and aid in the work of removing the difficulties a white precipitate which' 1 II an v ,

in the pallor, or assist oa the iittertaioing I people represent f 19/500,000,000; 63,. which cvc'y honorable oo- aid to digestion.

oot gallery and 360,000: people.epeeent $10.300,000,000'I cupatioa Iangu1.be.11Rusk Chloride of colorless liquid
de- i ethyl a MAKE
they were WHICH! WE
company, cd lWeal AtlantaCoitttitvtion.. IS ONE OF THE 4O STYLED :
needas a most desperately wicked o oountyatfiauce, Texas, ha un- agreeable odor, \has been found to ,
,of irenegades; and their officer aittlittcal % following resolution *bo an excellent refrigerant, and ha oJ "\lit.; v l
blatherskites, upon whose beads'I iaa AL1.1ASCK HOT "IK JT. "lvteeolved'That indorse the .e ;III't W IB
we sciatica
vitriolio wrath of the pent-up hate of In tbcee columns last week appeared sub-treasury: the only measure yet proposed been quite useful In cases oC... u '. ..'

see; boNes poured without stint. Why what wasaupposed to be an anthentio ao by soy organization, by which legal neuralgia and toothache.It t: .

l'this adulation first and this torrent of count..f the proraulgotion, by the IV Under treasury notes can roach tho lane. recently been observed that .0 ou
rath afterwards 'There can be but ooewar. form Preen Bureau at .Washington, of channels of trade and that each memberof allowedto -4 ,
for more than three thousand wheat trust lrcular It s
aristocrat tare recognized those vcaa-a misUke ia so fur M the authorityof liberty and life to- stand by and escape into a tout ,canvas bag in z 4pe

who eat ther: bread by the sweat. of( the alliance is concerned. The lfatienti advocate said measure until some organized Iho dark and by its cxpunsldn to 111.
elr face" AS but one decree:; above ate Eamomitt, prints the same tide, body and adopts ia their ia :I:
propose the cfTOQt
freeze into
kind of connecting link a* It n snowy innsi, .
; a a and gpendathereto the following com- of principle something bet'er >- CD,
ere, between the brute and the man, but ment: platform calculated to remedy the 'wrongs com- accompanied by a palo, greenish light en ., <- ..

Ithoutthe attribute of immortality. la "The above is going the rounds of the plaisod of. and electric sparks. 0:( .. II\. ,

ent years these aristocrats have pitrou- press and place the Alliance and some seIndedrlai &II 16B, STAR OEAR SPINDLE BODY. t.
of No
Tho successful manufacture ,
nglyadmltted that, peradventure, a of Its member in false position. There Edueatir(Fort Worth, Tex.) NATtntAl.WOOl noun, on PAINTCO. .. .
boring,man might have a soul, and that has not been .a single wheat circular lent lays: "The giandest victory for Alliance hardened chrome-steel armorpiercingprojectiles Built on Honor.. Entirely different from Cheap W stem', r j '

might vote, provided he remained inather out from Washington by authority of the principles, including the subrtroacurt' I I having only email cavities, Work. Live Dealers wanted. Territory glven.! J '
matter in his ipherewer -
proper Alliance. There i* no Mlianco authority the Fort Worth i
: lan was won at .
is hold by Sir Frederick' Abel to bo a .11'
of wood and drawer of water- /
uader which such a circular could be s n tout After week of advertising< in I -
covided,also that he vote strictly accord. pave the executive committee, of the leading papers, only handful were I I remarkable Illustration of .ho control KINCMAN, STURTEVANT_ & LARRABEE ; ,

to the orders of said bosses. There. which but ono member is in this lty. The present, and the thing still born. Nothing I I which has been acquired over Iho -'- "
e, .assumption upon the part of a Alliance organization ha nothingto I next- :) CARRIAGE AND SLEIGH BUILDERS { i' v
a* an will be left of it at the state which .... .
of treatment of steel, to an - -
duties 1 exceptional
man to discharge the a< -
boring --
do with the matter It purely a }
tizen according to the dictates of hit local affair in which interested membersact meeting .... I I I degree of hardness. may bo imparted qEHD FOR FULL CATALOGUES. BINGHAMTON, -N. YV.

irn conscience, la. considered rebellion,, independently of tbe national officer The Alliance Sentinel State organ ofMichigan'Allianc without detriment to tenacity. .
id in their higli'oplrfion, the "menial"ho : and have 10 far been able to take care of \ : hnsconsoliditcd with 4 4i
:'attempt to vote as he please themselves, and will no doubt do in this the Industrial Now?, of J ckson, Mich. I, Mr. Renard, tho distinguishedFrench __ --- ,',

ould be politely damned and forced to case. Mr. Ayer i I. a clerk in the office' of The two will\ make n strong combination.A I I i aeronaut; Is building a new
ear a ball and chain and! split wood in President Polk. The constitution recognizes dirigible ,of 3000( cubic THE LEAD : =
his airship over WE ARE IN Jar, k
e back yard of big boas during aatral no such office a. private secretary. I
life. It would be well for laboringen IN I I yards capacity. It is said tltat the
What may say or so no more AND STYLE OF SPRING '
*to remember that they now enjoy binding on the Order, and has no more motor is made of aluminum and opera ,

one elt of fathers the rights have not of a wrung man that from they aris-or bearing on the policy of the Alliance' 'The "Color Line" in the G.A. B. ates perfectly. The balloon will THE MOST FOR THE MONET IS OUR MOTTO. r

rats, and that if they desire to regain expression than that of arc the simply humblest' the member.opinion of Hi an Convention.' ,I soon be finished and will be to.ted., ONEOE' k#

ad retain the right of a citizen they dispatch of Tuesday from Detroit,. shortly. It will leavo Moudon and BEST Iti ,..., .

net first will it, then combine with nothing j ; Mich., say : There is one serious dispute operate between' Versailles and 1'orls. MATERIAL OUR CATA
air .fellow and force plus I which threatens to mat the serenity of
he i tool
to thing more, *
sume all
net-to grant it. The, submission I much of any a gentleman and too good an the silver encampment of the O. A, R. I Dr. Bohr, Entomologist of thc AND lOOPESWORKMAN" .

If the many to the dictate of the few I I.avery. I. Allianccman to desire to be placed ia a It is peculiar\( tint, after tho organization California Academy of Sciences, lifts '
has been in existence a quarter of c nt- FULLY IL-
false 1t1oo. This is written in justice a
po discovered that tho ,titmouse is a deadly ,
ee both to the Order and Mr. Ayer with ury, it should bo threatened with disruption -
"iOTU 'SIDED!! Or THE_QUESTION."We the hope that such explanation will. te by the ever-living "color question "' enemy of the scale bug, green SHIP LISTRATES'1fcWIN

take the following from the Jfo- accepted in the spirit and intent in but such is the fact. Men in the louth.ern aphis, and other II'ulttee'\, pests, the OUR '

oral Econonmltt: The paper opposed which it i* given.*' states who wore loyal to the union in birds feeding,upon the eggs of tho insects. s. LlNE'r
the Alliance 'sometimes exercise con- .. the dark days of 01, are the out who ,:\
erable ingenuity! in misrepresenting !I TAU. BEU. insist that the uegro has no place in, tho Plans will bo mado for acclimatizing SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTENTION ,:

demand of the Order. A complete social gatherings of the Grand Army of tho titmouse which Is found ,
e Under the above caption, The Ptvyrtt- A'SAMPLE JOB WILL..CONVINCE YOU THAT ,OUR,i .
Ue"ption of the object of the lub-treas.1 tat Farmer" (Raleigh N. 0. ) : the Republic. now only In largo numbers in Monterey '
; say; BUY. "i'
for instance, causes the general publl- I Col. Qtorge T. Hodges, commander or; WORK IS THE WORK TO ,
"The third to be boom
seems on a .
party County.A .
Lion of the following: the department of Louisiana and Mississlppi ;
"It look if it had been devised br among the 'strsightouta of Mississippi. is reported assaying "L'nltu the series of experiments has lately
.. as According to the Clarion ,Ledger, the ; : BRIDGEWATER; CARRIAGE .CO.. ,
regular syndicate' of speculator It straightouta' in three counties bolted the thing ii straightened out during this encampment ,boon made with regard to tho familiar .
yes to the,wealthy, the capitalist, oportunities conventions because outvoted there won't be n white'memo fact that not :aO..A.NOxm.: ,VA'i- ,
they were only dry high tempera-
for crushing the poor pro- ber of the Grand Army of the Republic

ucer that no rings havo ever beforo hI for l the themselves.Alliim e people, and Tit set Frogrtuitt up shop south of the Ohio or Potomac a yell tares are more easily bo 'uo than moist, .. --....... -- .
ared to ask for. The sub-treasury will Farmer Again leaders hence, They ore outnumbtiing ua In but dry cold causes much less discomfort -I .11f'; .

pat cotton, wheat, corn and tobacco in and warn that the 'utraightout'had better watch posts, thus putting! us directly under than moist cold. Dogs; la8tfuIor -' .. ", .0,
9 hands of speculators. The mechanic, press they them. That we will not stand. Now,, '
e laborer,. the farmer who do not pro- these Third party fellows in their own we want to rule ourselves and have'colored fed, being b.ervelt'in an air calorimeter /
ranks. The in the South thus "-
Buce these article would becompclfeUto far who have only men to form thirdparty people go by themselves Seven out It appeard that, In all cases, II--
lay such prices as the syndicate chose. attempted to the a of ten of the colored p6.ts of New Orleans moist air 'Increased loss of l heat by
; belong "Simonpurestrslgbtouts.
then the talker took a piece of paper and are in favor of it, but, a* you know, ,
And in
every case they conduction and radiation.Mr. .
and proceeded to demon there are always kickers and I
pencil some understand
have vlolaUd their solemn to
t rate a curious problem show stand by the action of the convention.pledge a delegation from the colored Preston, In a letter to Dr. "WANT A v'AGON ? I Is
"the of toop post i* coming to fight u*. We have '
g power money received
We call on the of democratic Hertz the famous discoverer of electrical
champions II
idea.e .
under the information
ss" that
sub-treasury two of
supposed one John Smith to have usage and principle, to kick these traitorous influential colored men ne Chicago'smost on their 'waves, points out that If the We uve wagons, bugles, surreys illgh gnat i.as light, I II
fellows out of the pirty. Fiist durable stylish, u beautifully finished u, modernized'
strong, ,
100,000 in cash and to go in for a peclation thin know of these way to assist us, land we think we will lines of force remain stationary while I'
under the operation of the subsury. / you some 'creuky'AHlsnce gain our point. All we ask: for is a provisional manufacture can produce.: Built on honor by men of, life ;j

Smith buy 1 100,000 worth of Di-mocrats will\ attempt fie tra'torsouti; to follow department, embracing, Florida, the magnet,rotates, tho magnet, beinga experience. Honesty U our policy t prompt shipment! our,,' :

'ton, put in the tub-treatury, get You thisexixcnptiKick let them off too liubtly lust in Louisiana Mississippi end Texts." As, conductor rotating In tho field of its specialty W* want to know you. Wrltldo Costs you

0.000 on it from the government, in- South Carolina, North Carolina year and there are two side to the question the own lines, will bocomo electrified, and nothing. May lead to business by and by. Send for our
sts again, and so on, until Mr. Smith'sst outcome of the matter will be looked for
deposit of cotton will not realize Oeorgia and now you see it i III spreading\ ward to with considerable) ink-rest. show positive electricity at ono end I catalogue. It Is free to every' reader of this, paper. Binjhamton .f

ough at 80 per cent to buy another in )lJqi .lppi. The Democrat" papers I and negative at the,other. If, on the Wagon Co., Binghamton, f{. Y. -
should look alter these fellows. (
ie. It appear from the figuring that other band, tho line 'move with the >
ohn Smith with $100,000 capital tort ATLANTA MARKETS. !!I "BUILT, FOR BUSINESS. '
FUOX KAN8A8T: magnet, no such effect wIll) take place' .e
with could, under the sub-treisury .
dispntch from Kansas I Dr. Hertz admits tile force of this reasoning.
Topeka ,
eme, buy and hold OOOOO, worth of says COBBECTCO WKEKLT. ,
tton for speculative purpose' lie I that the Shawnce county democratic con ,
uld hold absolutely a* long a* he paid ventlon, the first meeting of the k nd Groceries. .' v { 1
since the democratic editor of Platte CoifRouted-Arbuckle' My the Cried. l
e trifling( percentage of interest and Sao f) 100& Baby .
arebouso due If the entire product of decided that the party should not fuse cuss; Lerarlng's Uo. Oruea-. itr.choice t llio baby sat In his cab on the brood .

ttoa in the United State is worth few filth the Farmer and bolted Alliance the, eJitors'was hold decision. a SBWcichoiceU9o i8@lea Bugar|-good Orantt XlXif.lr atcd; So Yen; off; common granu verandah of our southern home on 1 _, .-. --- .-- ._ -,, -- -- .-......-
00,000,000 it would take only ISO days ago lated loaf
-e j powdered 6Ko cut 6yo 1 whit.ertn047LeleUow that suDshlnny
,000 capital to buy and hold every O. 1C. Halliday editor of 2'A es r" 0) 4c. Synp-2tew morning.
N." Tojxla JJfinyrnt, who lid the anti-fusion Orl\!u>s choloa 48(200 prime Cuba(< ;common I Ho played with LI. ilttlo bare toes,
The Eeonomiit faction w ,I defeated for the chair 80(3300. UoUssM- UaaaliM 83< 38;tol- .
.C continues: The more and looked .
Ution 22828. Dictholce 1fot Rood wonderingly; at the big : YOUE0 ; .
Smiths the under the subrasury minship l>y a fus'on nian Judge John :EJN'1DVs "
ha better
11'/,01 l common 6MS( 0| imported Jipin 67a: dog until ho grew tired of bothamu.e-
Ma-tin the influcnial democrat in I
plan. Wherein, there was only most &ft-Qswley1* wiry *160i Virginia 76 i
00,000 in )fr. Smith' hands when be I I the 'I ate, made |10' g speech In favor offusion. ClisesA-Full CI'eCUII. Cheddar fUts ment Then his fat face began to ?: ..
'I He said no d 'mocr tlo principle 1.BXel kJui While flab, halt bUa
ised bis scheme there would be when I coo pucker up as if (the baby were goingto
14 00
l ; palls Soaps-Tallow, 100 be
were puticularlylDt'olve4 iv i count 110
wa worked to iU ultimate t1SQ ,ooo vpolitics. 7} Ibs 13 00jj 79}urpeiitlne, 60 lrx 00 1 WI. cry, Just for a change and his t
nong tie eoplo and Mr. Smith' board I! Ill Mere The $2002 2Si Ull'tw\ 60 ban, 60 Ibs : 00- ADVERTISEMENTS' '
ouVd'! be dissipated, as such boat I cnly two nomiastlnns made. Caodlrs-riraine 11W
ould be. A* Mr. Smith can, without'I convention then ,djourn for a week. OQc./"tobE! ., strap 'la frou of Ilia. ,-."
lu tbe meantime a conference will bu It. Suds-.Keg Q p k 69, d. I
e tub-treasury, carry cotton by puttinga held with the Farmers' Alliance ;: c.u,1: Ib GU". I sod ,lt. H..I.; doIp I IO At that moment tho sun found away ,
small margin of perhaps a dollar ale and people ,d. Cracken-XXX 6>{o| XXX bd t\.l''I through the' of' .,._.. $"
he I II ab'e with the same money toek the latter will be given the remain 64c XXX peal oyster 601 shell and -iceMor7o. moss vines and ,' _. _. .+.
up a far greater part of the cottonp leg part of the ticket lomon cream 801 XXX tdaget lutpt ill{ leaves, sending one brilliant, Barrow < .. .4,"".
aid in doing so lock up there. hUl Uo. Oandr AsMirtad tttok V/f\ )' across baby's breAst Then the :
'Of niipplf 'a. well Th 'Tht Jll'anct Farintr(Los Angeles'Cal.) mired \iy Canned coodt-CJDd"o. milk ray Columns
inon'V S6 CIOA8 OU imiutioo mackairi M!9ti Our will Prove 'a- .Pirst-
I"t. all
; OOi puckor went
am purpose 01 tile sub-treasury being says: The excessive rates for tramporia.tion moo $0 Ode? bo;t W.:oysters .2 S0.l 60i Lw. away a happy .
get money In circulation the Uluetra11 are crushing producers imposing .1M, earn .11 U>J75: | tomatoes .t ta8o. smile took its placo.
above is a excellent one to show how grievous btu dens upon c -numer Theyare ftOlpoUd. U 20. BU chP4J, lamp The baby leaned back In Ms cab '
ective it.would be. :Mr. Smith would serious restraints upon enterprise and eye nickel puktgn ins eo, Uuloia! $3 0)* j I I class Medium for making ffi '.
IV-klei, or miud.pate t1 QOa 40i qurt and looked at the long, narrow bar of Y''o -
e to sell his cotton in the long run to unless some relief Is ifforded production $t 60.1 plain Powder- ,ids '
kegs U "i
spinners and the spinners being will- will not only be crentlr nduccd but the "OOI%.teC..IM. 8huU1.1Op"/IaO.GOI be'I gold. It pleased him, for kg cooed In : .

to buy from anybody having cot'on surplus we..lthpf the country will continue I such a jolly fashion that It brought as wants known. It will 1 1tti,
wsrehou-e. Mr. Smith could get no more to peas Into a few bauds. The fortunes 51..,. Urmlm ..* MM|. surely pay
all :
r hi*stored cotton than could any ordiy which have been accumulated in Floor-rtnl patent M CO; second patent I!I on our tiptoes to lee what was tbo
ti SO i extra fancy $J U fancy U 03 family matter. '
railroad and ( '
farmer. lie would therefore pvyfor building operating: are bo- '
S42& Corn No. 1 white
bT. .
t he bought in competition with the yood anything known t-> Utory. and accumulations Oats-No. a mind 61o i VWte-a I; x.-mluct. rut I3oi. Then IU baby's two chubby bands you to patronize us. ,. _
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nner*' price from the farmers or hid m ill\ Increase and oppression J'COO'c.. U.j.-Chalet UmMby. lags i.all. reached out to the sunbeam and ...
not buy. Ddbe: wish the plainer pf the people will continue unless some il.lOi Ko. 1 limotby, Urg bt.'e! *. 11.,1)); cJMci clasped .. ,' '<." ...Jo ;::'.-' ..
could warehouse and draw 84 pert decisive and effective trtara; takrn. 'taw&h.1IDAU baJ. 'LUO;lie 1 liUMXl.y..aiill about it. Then baby opened them, .,._ ._ -I .; .. ,--._ <; -. -; '"""-';!'
l.OOlKo.1aIa fJat J boiled.,1DO&b1.U Ua. WU.Wee"",- &. and hooked to aea what It hod. Again < .. ,.-. '. ,&$.'..'

of:the country.enty : money. to do the busi- necessary excessive t : operating rapiuliiatioo rxpeoxa.sad to The pay un.expetsei tseiei _. sack 1-.t* wpj small' ewL sack 61eaua. 83-fee4-.1.11. Cottoi and again baby reached for the golden _.....-.-."' --..........-.....,..-' ;...-. .. ""'"f.-'T'-----. ,.. v' ","', '..,... .

... which are unoeimtary the immense per..f, UrnI'earI It 23 streamer until unrelenting old Time .- .'. \ .."of V_ ,' 1 'M. ;":.'. #-"
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1T4an.ne FIGURa. salaries paid tie bijh railroad official -... Lad moved It a few Inches out qt -. I. ," lvSTJ .. -

year* ago it ws. estima'ed that *. What are the remedies The answer Clear rib tide Pr..W., bond Set toe-ewred Ul.U.: reach of the chubby bands. ',of ,. .. ; _<. :- "
prtdacioe claste owned three I i*, ostoeiship of the roods or control eVe. 8agar-eared Then baby's face '. 3.i ;. ',':- ".
rtbs of the wealth of the nation; toy of rate ty the government tehrandasdav (.;Caufarsi.7lkebreskfnt again, .' ... ;;_. T'J.
only about ono-fourth of the nation' .*. ''; /.1AI\l-1'u.rt leaf "'.01 a.t IieJ Ms fat band clutched<< LI. strap and ..': .
th {* ia the band of the producingyet Tit Mlaiut (Tallahassee, Fin,) says dlIwcI as Ira broke out Into yell that brought latli ', ;
the wealth ef the nation has I. .'The any to us that the sub treasury C..tn-?,.._ ifelghbonu--Puck.' : B S GUI B E3=: _'.: ; :f:

ea doubled la the same period. They pUn is impracticable yet this same pUn Eggs ;{a1So. Bu&I<<-W..tena Cll'08IIM1'J. : ; > 0
ve lost, in companion to the iaereaaa 't fia*been tried with abundant SUC&M ia lOtI ; daoIooo Teaa..re 10.mo I .....r grades ... .
wealth, two-tUrd of their wealth ia I t this country btf'-r these young Solomon l00.t2Y.e. ldn pctQI&rr-Ue.. U'b Cowed. -
:, had eiUtencr. Turn back few ehiek.n, larue I111W1I2aUe. : Father (threateningly' rre
last twenty year The cause for this | ges ) A
teat be found in a study of a few of your country's history and read about poUg-Twky.InIb pzsaWsi, sew. .Uh i dDc"t Ii Ott ehLkiSe pet t.W.- great mind to thrash yon.LI FOR THIS Rf
tbe bind loan scheme-of the PcoiuylvanlacoUny ... PPS !
The wealth of te nation "' .poIA.pnbu.abcL Bonq J'. Do \tile Boa-Tike a pan of
this, period, according to etu- aud the tobacei warehouse system tele: ia tb..ogb 10.110. Oaki.It 00 per : your _
report, baa Increased at of Virginia! which at the time saved the 611. CshLrg.3.sy.;: per tb. OApe&. k1 e per slzn. Take mal -' .;/." .

rate of about 4 per cent per annum eoIonUt* frucn utter ruin; then read a little Ill- Father tremble at lltf thought andar ,., ,. .

hkh ha* been adJed to the wealth by French List labor of.tne producing ,c'saaes. The warehouse pUn ia 1813 brought Franc .,.,... daL 1IWoII'f, : ,
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this etatu"tt';the sum-of if lit yn* party for:*om1g3rtjf future. probablymct the properties wtu' i

-+tH [EAST-'tXUSI( 1DYOCATB. ioofteeted bythe county, ffor road) If J leaders erebeleoledwithrpure consequently in their cbaFaeter INDIAN RIViirST T
.- pmr; oeei'froni the taubhyproper.tyieituatedwithdn motives aaiLctorfng.btegrityt :the not retrograde. J, BANK
'J'JIB Dn L- ,
'.&WE'ML.IO J.Lo Daronro tbe tfMD'.tOl TI. purpose .t the JUlience will be<- ocomplUhed demand
EIRE ADD Do no enquiry or -:; J
txeu* youlhave
4WW1Rr riv1Ue.and used tM-ra.a-oGlb. rend the sooner !rtbfservc of the State of Florida.
JU..OU.IIQTroJ.. by foritbe! place, near fiebastian (Incorporated under the Laws )
B43 loners to general rond ex. of fcmagogues, leetJhes libe' '
pay ? II would very much Authorized capital,
traders withfke: $100,000
of the countY Not: one and are dispensed
Office! ftVaaliington Avenue, Titusville, eechraa'-Ipent.ln pease .keeping up the more rapidly *will the work pro to get rid-of it when possible, forI .t'"" Paid up capital, $25,6"'"
will be
Indian RJverF1orida. wlthinthetOL Tb jKDiance: should have do not ,think: there anf -.. deposits :
eewz y,roads, orbridgt* gress. demand in the eomfa Average UOOOQ
The :Board of .:.JUdennen, no use for a onaa who goes to the improved unless is oft-!
and all about season for }ilaceu, as
TOIUSBED.BVKXT IfBTOAY.KOtoc I zens after fXrom-distant mamerous omplafllt.fby point-s.well: as the State interests Capital his forgets constituents, en the case, the unexpected hap-': Transacts a General Baii

-_ I I his time .I In. pens. Perhaps you regard me M,
.. but spends leading
frooiMJur own people, /( Business
I for Idon't
,.- ........ :IfVAinn. a.A.....' too appropriate abort .150 stubborn and .oaalicious fight 'for a pessimist,. like to hope think may of Florida, ,; g ,
road.and the United State sen a tor hfp I and '
.j.Melat.r4itor A: loJ.napr..c. H.WALTVar.a0 to bridgev repair; within the county the town limits: in an effort to Ming about a trade: where I have spent" many happy Largest and Oldest Bank on the Un

From Jdjyerugal of the road,il&w,. it of the Alllactfe vote, In support of days, retrograding. DIRECTORS:

found that the raised his own perooaal desires, in the JALPRTTOEARnWB.BAR1ttTp'
..n4>>llUlKtDlcatl/n' was PETITION FOn LICENSE. r,0y,!
taxation.Tituaville face of the overwhelming protects Of the Natio.i Bank of"lIC'k8<..nYI1Io\l
ADVOCATE, by th .e qnty by DrRaE: (VIce-lYenldent Natiunellackennri l
ffUflT COAST 'property should bare !been of his brother''farmers. The bane fo the'Honoralk 3oard of County Com'mitsionrr le), W. 8. OBAHAM and 1Iank w.JBBOWH. .

L 80s,M. 'J'ftUlY r4ascoarbA.L turn .over to the proper Authorities of all former :Jl ontn n'ts by the $ of Brevard County Flandr.,, CXlBBESPONnKKTS." '

and used in tha.t dlt.t1Iict"hlc people has been rtbe pressing for., Gentlemen: >Seaboard National Bank of New York

wader the law referred to, ward as leaders fcy men who worked We, the ondemljwied, Frank.Renaker National Bank of Jacksonville. rTI"rUSVILLE

' '! THE ADVOCATE, \VOL 1IL- constituted (the town of Titu vlUe.:, for personal advancement, and and F. A. Lesley, eneiposing the firm of rzJ. .._

A>commIttee i,of council .wu ap-! cared-but little far the principles Lesley to A Renaker nonortfrta, moat respectfully Body for a apply 11-

With this iSsBiie .the Anrv cATe: pointed to, o.fer with the Board:; for which their 'I"'rtr'contended, eeeAe under your Chapter :No. 3416, laws ofrla3hia

enters upon the ..econd..yearQIts of County (Commissioners, with a'''\ and. it would be wail for this great to sell latexltatlng liquors, .

existence. 'eftty.alxllllues a view of obtaining the money, which: party, so full of promise at present, wf..* and beer, ;In the town In of Election Titus- T. MURPHY
of 4k months, constitute but tto avoid the evils which were. fatalto vtUqthe name being situated ,
period o they ,!felt wa. due the town, ] DUtrict Number 2 .U said Brevard
one volume. word of ret lew in were told at their first Interview all its predecessors Counjy.

regard to lucareer..may not'beoutof that the road 411d had been exhausted Respectfully,
AGAIN. Machine
place at this rttm'?. TO ,use A and f&sthing could be TTHE USURY LAW] FRFJ>ERICKA. LOSLEY. Jacksonville

western phrase, .our venture ''ha. done. At a later meeting of the w. have the privilege :of pub- ERANK REkAKER

been a "howling -success," far be-, Town Council, H iirfls decided to State of FLORIDA,
Tend our' fondest ,expectations.t place the claim in ftbe hand of a llahtgg the following letter,'from aheavy [ 88 And Iron Works
who bas made
t .
the capitalist, i County-of iDREV ARD.i )
we have more than double cir- lawyer for collection and it was '' ,,
enlatlon we had 'hoped ,to acquire when the Board rims confront- many Stains on Indian Btaer during. i We, the undersigned, being. majorityof
the jive : the regktored voters of Eleetfon District
put years
fn the short space rod one year; oil with a law suit thatt' they made "Your remarks regarding Number, In said Brevard County,
.eft advertising patronage hat been' the appropriation of f 147, which the of are noted most respectfully concur In the above PUMPS ENGINES AND. MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
folly 60 per cent. ahead.ef the est in the proceedings of the loaning money application aM ask that the lIceaae be ,
appears with muck interest, andlIe I granted a* prayed for. [Slgacd.] .
made before 1b* lnningJUwlntss issue.
< mate we Board, contained' in tbU. Made and Repaired.
like by making
would to oblige you
and we have received: awuy From the above statement of facts, Petitioner. Witnesses.
liberal chare of patronage in that it not a loans in Florida, I do not feel' like HFAtklnson, GWMartin, JHWIUonVVHMyers
it will be seen war for several CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS PIPING & SUCTION
following course, John Waller, Jas. Sanders ;
Job department. the of a .
lOur aided la., the grant, but simply payiaent reasons; I ba't'e'no doubt whatever 3WMartln, WIIMyers, VOailer ,
TK* believe we too long delay
claim already OWMartln
just VOailerVHMyers,
would loan '
that not money 1 aredgiag.OFFICE .
dtevekjpment! of the county$ our ed. There Is no ground to fear you would EDeCourcy, Whiter OWMartinDIVChristian For. Phospha'te
out here where litigation
'article on pineapple culture last that the excellent Board of Coun WHMyers, GWMirtln
*r weee'copied< widely by' jDew.- constituted ensue, if it, were. in your power to JohnDCrabb, TWSmith, PAMcltflllanrWSmith A WORKS:
Commissioners now
j ty as .
.and avoid it; but I regard the act as JDCrabb, PAMcMillaniiBBunneh ,
the .
papers throughout country, will show any undue liberal. of 'such an extraordinary character TWSmith, PAMcMlllan 134 & 136 East Street Jacksonyille Fla
la -at Bay
effect :
tad some
certainly ity in their treatment of Titusville, that definition GNoll, HenryTHu;-VGaler ,
tractfog people to this section. The wide. in its wording, [flenryTTltuaONolle, VGaller
I the thriving, prosperous, I nn6moL
I whole will become necessary |
t of it as a ,
pineapple field has had a pbenome. I Beat iVFFutch DrMBSams, GSchnylerICSorimgeour
awake, law-abiding county and it will be to the inter IIUDryer, ESchultcIlIDryer
the : '
Hal development during past and metropolis of Brevard. est of those who were parties to its TWSmith, PMFisher ; 6. BLAIR. D. B. THRASHER.
:year, and we believe that our SlmerSchultz, HHDryer, TWSmith
to the THE ALLIANCE PARTY passage to have the meaning and
publishing Its possibilities 'MFlsher, TWSmith ElmcrSchultzISilvertooth Blair & Thrasher
do with Intent protected in the fullest man [ JWTayler, GWSherouseJWRogers
world had some thing to : : ,
ttf...nn'tMm We have no doubt. Is ho longer an organization to ner. I have had one experience In: BACIrcle, JobnWaleJnoMDixon
of Titus be looked upon as .without Infli affairs influenced by the passage of ; SFGray, FALosle;
the prosperity
,vflle Improved in many wayi. We have not enoe in national polities Spring usury,acts by a new State,' whirl ChasAGardner WSGraham WmMBrown,, FALosle FALosleJTSandors ;; paODtrCE :ERRS

published such a paper as we pout! ing into existence about tea years makes me think it undesirable to SJNorton, BACIrcle, FALosle;

like to print, but we have given ai ago, it has developed Vonderfipo7er. place myself in the position of ELBrady, LABrady, AClerelan Commission & pjstribntlng.Merchants'
having further lesson. This i ia Is LA Brady, ACleveland, ELBrad;
good at the field would warrant t, JSWaUon, WalterRacey, SABelohe; ,,
and 'some of the most prominen A thousand newspapers dissect. matter which is, in my judgment, SABelcher, JSWataon, WalterRace .
It has electe beyond the control of any one, for 153 WEST BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
people in the county have mor inate its principles. SDGelgerJFMltchell,-, JFMltchell, SABelche: ,
dan once expressed themselves a number gtembers of the lower litigation is bound to follow; It Belcher, MBSam -q -
P. O. Box
both the and sent, two hat always been the case, and you AWBuIe, JFMltchell, SDGelgeCWChristlan
freely to the effect that house of Congress, NlelsPNleUon, NPJenseiJSImongon
,paper published in Titus ville were Senators to the upper branch. It will find that the legislators who, CWChristlan, ESHamiltoiESnamilton.
credit to the county has a majority in several' ,of the by instruction of their constituents CWChristlan JSImonsoiEHRice ORANGES AND PINEAPPLESA

,We have not yet attained perfectfon State legislatures, and ths balanceof have passed the act have merely WHMyers, WalterRacej SPECIALTY.
the tools of those who doubt JPTurner WUMyers; WalterRacej
and never will. Nowand then power in many o hers. Branchei been RABobbltt, JohnWaller, TWSmitl and Produce Solicited.
announced the Consignments of all kinds of Fruits Yegetables
blatantly ,
in almost less
;Tla may have made remarks pro have been organized every Howell Titus, JohnWaller, TWSmitl '
facing tome friction notably OQr State1 in the Union, and the or. Intention to force, capital. to be LCOUver, JohnWaller,TWSmitl 'LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE. PROMPT TUR S.

position In regard to the "dowi, det.does not .as yet show syraptomi loaned upon term,** td..b% made> bj UBoyd HBArchlbald, WHMyerilaxLudwIg References: National Bank of the State of Florida; W. H. Sharpe, Sbarpes: T. V.
Driver mail;" and yet,, even those of dissolutions. themselves. I am not cat. & ) stir. von Koppelow,oSrohS Moore,'Eden; Wells A Sons, Plant City etc 12jnn

wfio live at that point, while they The principles advocated by the prised that 'there iriruincreasecdemand : GFDuren,. ATFeaster, AbselemBrowi .

mfght not kill the fatted calf and' Alliance are founded upon equity for money, "and that a FredGubler '' JDCrabb, HFAtkliuotCllale THE EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION .COOMPANY

'Mrve it as a feast, In honor of the< and justice, as far as those whc great many people who1,would not CUBrocV, JDCrabl

editor of the ADVOCATE, should he formed the order were able to pay higher rates are: 'ready to bof. Brock Revals x, JDCrabb JDCrabb, CBGriffli CBGriffli sac.
TJSmiley x,
visit that point, they admit that judge. Thai some of the re'medleipropoled row at ten per cent; very proba. JWJones X, WmAnderson JGMcDopneCFFl .

.nr paper has done much good for by the extremist leaden bly some of these era of those who cher, GJGlngrM, MGoldgmltliEBFltzgerald .

toe county-that it is newsy,spicy,, of the party are absurd and impracticable desired the act passed, and hsTC I AWBule, Cllalt

readable and a credit to its pro. every conservative waited until .they could, as they O':Davis! CWChristlan ESchnltz; BRevels FAIxwlejJFLewU 1

tpfetorn. thinker will admit; and' yet, no imagined, force holders of funds to GBIIemtngwA/, LoUjHKMyer! ESchnltaBUWllson

We BeG no reason to change the one can deny that the condition of let them have it'at the prices made LouUKMyers, TWSmith

' policy we have pursued during the the farming and laboring classes by the proposed borrowers. Un. \VRKnox HFAtklnaon, EIIRlceWEAndrews

' past year. We wish to avoid any is such that the prompt application less I change my mind, and thinkI CWChristlan JDCrabb, HFAtklnaon JWCarllla Schedule In effect August 6, IS9 1. -

iatense feeling on political ques. of appropriate remedies for the will not, I willloan no more money MWLlchty MBMetzger,, IIIIDryer, HBArchibald The steamer ANCIENT CITY leaves New Smyrna Mondays, Wednesdays.
tions. We are working more for evils with which these classes are in Florida. FSSabate, TWSmith, JasSllye'rtooth I and Fridays at 1 p. m.; arrive at Titusville at 7 p. m.;leave TltusvlUe the follow*

the prosperity of the county than beset is necessary, and'' that it it There are abundant .opportunl. ACleveland, VIIMyers, HJEggeiSRAndenon. ing morning Returning at 6:a.Leave m.; arrive Melbourne at Melbourne Tuesdays at,12 Thursdays:30 p. m. and Saturdays, at.l pv

to mould its political 'complexion high time the condition of the ties of loaning money in western ,JPTurner, CKMorgan m.; arrive at Titusville at 7 p. m.; leave TItusville for New Smyrna Mondays,.We i-

When necessary, however, we shall farmer and mechanic was improved cities, upon real estate 'of _an im. WH JJTucker Harris x, JPTurner MBBunnell, IIowellTrtuaJQHngglns ; FALosley .neadays and Fridays, at 6 a. m., arriving at New Smyrna at 11 a. m.

. aot fail to be outspoken when, inour ; in other words, that he proved character, with a good classof SDGelger TWSmith I. Touching at City Point, Cocoa Rockledge and landings O. F. PADDISON en route.

opinion, popular sentimentearns should be given the same chancein buildings, at rates in excess of !JDCameron, JQStowart, HTTltuaNathanWebber R. P.General PADDISONI'Manager.. Q. F. & P.A.
bent in a political channel the game of bread winning ai 10 per cent., and why should one JPGoldamith.TWSmith I-

likelt to Interfere with the'material those who neither Jon nor spin. having money to place go to Flori FMBoye, GBHemlngway WABaugh,JTSanden CCCurtlssMEEngllih THE TROFICALTRUNKLINE

prosperity of Brevard. Our The demand for money "at cost" da to put it out? HBonwell X, NWebber, TomSumers I

efforts in future shall not relax. is a ,reasonable pne, even if tile As I recently wrote you,I placed ;TomSumen, NWebber, HBonwell x Jacksonville, Tampa fy Key West System.

.Ax our field develops, our paper sub-treasury scheme by which it some funds at a rate in excess of JDDaTls, EMalaette TSumers Schedule In Effect June tat, 1891. Central Standard Time.

will improve, and we shall always, is proposed to furnish this universal n\ per cent per annum, since determining JohnTManly WmGlbson, TSumers, GeoBonwellTSumers.. SLenton

tour motto asserts, strive to de.sepe commodity, Is faulty. Is it not to loan no more in Flor. SLenton, WmGlbson, TSumers Going South Read Down. STATIONS Going Worth Read Up.

success. reasonable to believe that,if Uncle Ida, and upon security which I regard JJDaly HTTitug, WBSplersELStanIey t4. "IJ Mam'Letve' Jac; Jonvilie Amve I loam t12p' t
Sam can afford to loan to the mil. as far more certain and safe SDGelger, JFMltchell 7 00om 106'v 16Qm I 48". ANrtve Green Cove 8pr1np Leave i4" 11 66 am. 010pm

MBS. LKASK the sensational Alliance lionaire bondholder at two percent than any that I have ever had in GWllIlanu, .A Curry, BLovjoy 170.0"N 1044, .1065.......... .PaJatb SevWe ".4 'I. OD Nfl .00"." ..4001I ....."...
and I have AHCurry, BenLovjoy, GWilllanuAllCurry ............ .0" .. eLand .. .. 765" ... ......
orator addressed that he lend to the masses State at present :
a can .
lately your ; UenryPelton, GWilllanu Z" 0{", ......... Is ,000c-Cj'fJunctIoD 119" 1764 ..........
meeting of farmers in Kansas. Inclosing who toil, at the same rate, slt under investigation and consideration BeoLovjoyAmosWblte AHCurry, GWilllanu 1216am 40" ........_ 4 Banturd N 114" .764.Nn. ..;.......
.. .,.. .40" ..... J.uter rise .......... 1113" .. .....
her speech,and as a final ,. they can furnish equally good security a demand for money at a rate AHCnrry, GWlUiamiAHCurry ....1..... .. to" ....qH..y.. .: TITU8VJU.B. 4 .......... 100'" ...r.........
admonition, she said: "Raise less ? "Transportation at Cost' which will nef me 16-per cent., fora AGIbton, GWUllamiMayeBell .....N... I toy .......... 4 ,-tars ? .......... r baN ..........
oBonwU, AHCurry ..,..... 1614 .......... Orlaado 4 I ... .....
wheat and corn, and more help" la Another urgent demand, and we term of years, and this on manufactory LonliWltmore ACOwens, .t.......... 414 .......... N4: JUotahDmee" 1160Dm / Imo4 ;.
.... 100" .......... II&rtow 4 110" .. ..... ::::::::::
We are curious to see a photograph believe it is perfectly feasible for uUsihest and buildings, ohnAnderson, BLovjoy A Curry .......... .66" ........... 4 TaoIpa 21" ....c-......., ..........
.t dr.Ij., If such a exists, the national government to take In an important situation. tHGorey, AllCurry, JADder onfCwIey .......... OIl" ........... 4 Fon Mead 4 65'" ....'...............
. person Moore ... .......I 10" ......: .. Arcadia "I ...... ... .........,
to. satisfy ourselves if it corresponds control of.all the railways of the I regard the security of reel "e*. )ITbomM., A Cu1T1. HowellTltusFMNswlen, AHCurry ........... ao" ,.......N.... FNwi1Cotda 4 u 00.. ......................
with our mental picture of nation and do the business of tate now offered in your"State as ; t I
iuHnWorkerfUlUCobb AllCurry ...
........ t tie 11II am Leave Palatks Anive...... .. tie Mam a
the unfortunate man.,, It is quite tiaullng freights and passengersit seriously impaired by the usuryact AUCnrry HWSmlJi '-...... OOIID: II35N Amve. lDu.rlacheli ........... 1'10' .IOCID
evident heretofore certain de. iUveStanly JWWIllanis. AHCurrvSWIUlanu _........ a 18" 1111a R Jf.wtborue N .....t.... 11 sa" J 14434a
the of mother. it how for a ,
presence a cost Just as transports fhosAllen ........... u 36" a ICoabe11e N ....,.;... 0104 110"
I ..law Is not necessary to make his letters and parcels by mail. land for properties hat existed, r.r-v-i EigeneifcCarUjy,,A Curry ....N.... 7 65" 110. N GuulVlUe 4 .......... 00", 355 4
JFJCtchell, SDGelwr .,. .... {4" lIT" 4 rouge Lake 4 .......... t 774 J 211'
tame a type of that which his better The constitution of the Alliance, Joubtle, from the residential nor. ,(1OoWamlt WFFntch, JPGoldsmlth .........4 113" I' Ocals "4 .......... 7to" U"'"
.......... 4 a .......... .
7104 07" .
Leesburg q. ]
935 tL1i
three-quarters advises the allt stands at present, is .faulty. ion, who, under sal /* to foreclose, Wuhlngton Barnwell, x WFKutch, U ....... ." ." 4 PembenoA 'N ......... .......... 8 Ie"
lamer to raiser Many of its schemes are impraeti-' were,able to purchase*for epeculat- Dre1erwilllamAnder ..,....... .JON ION 4 BrookavlUe 4 ......... ... ...... 114"
.......... .......... 1110 Crow 4 ..............!...... 118"
cable, but we believe men of brain, Lie advances, because they knew on- x, "jii&S .......... ........... 1N : Tavana 4 ......... .......... M"

Ix may be generally supposed by with honesty of purpose, can be that, with a certain amount of cash LCGardner EWlfoore: CAGardner Tralai Iwoa& ,..except. 8ua...,. ,...oaralMks .
a'1:11II. a&400>> m. an ran daily b.twew Jack.eaW.
au readers that the item of $147, found among the farming and laboring to; pay down they could secure the [ WUHarris, FALoeleySDGelger. .nd r'alMka. p. .

which was appropriated by the classes, who will have. the remainder on mortgage expectingo lobtMorrow, JDCameron Indian River Steamboat Co. "
County Commissioners, at their the desire to perfect ; realise profit in the near future, LRIUwc, JPGoUUmlth SDGelger, JDCameron Andrew -

. hut meeting, to the town of TitusTillev -' he: plans of the party, and workin improvements develop. JJxpecatlons Eugene White, Gibson raor .

was a grant; in fact,the pub.. a practical way for the attainment of securing any money on ;.oAltree. Chr.TFtscherSDGeiger

lie spirit has already designated it of its objects. nortgage now, for such purposes, George Denom, AHCurry, SamFutcbnuXewbe.
such doubt without has much toIcarn. rill delusive and in case.of iABravo, VTUllyersAUCurrr
av though no Every new party prove ; \VUeyilenry, FALoalevaaEBowman
any desire at misrepresentation.In Nothing was ever framed 'foreclosures, the loaner will hive ELBrady, AClevelandMr.

view of,this impression we feel which could not be improved by to take the property to account,

called upon as we were fully conversant evtsion. The party is yet an In. rhlch be would not want to do; U. F. Dwyer, owner of Hotel

,with the whole matter, to ant' ; feasible ideas will gradually here will be no competition. The ndlan River and Mr. W. C. Daly head TKAMEKS Lave: TltwriU at sae .. m. DaD,.. .
says word of explanation. Under rork to the surface and absurd Colder of lands, in many cases, del the list of winning owners at the Briga- -d1"Pi sad. AI.utI p.sy Melbosres., .ya II.IId rrwaya except,makiu 1GMa-eanMctino,tt r MUooome for tad J....taiM.sai.r.

the road law of 1887, each incorporated trojects sink to oblivion. The pend. upon borrowed money to de? toll meeting. Mr. Dwyer1 earnings footp O.tg .Nrtrtk w Twadar.Ittave ,iu.naas.a'and Peo eaprdar.>> p. .,a..tc( ucep'....+...,.forTltaivUle.O. ...

town in the county is made irlnclples for which the Alliance slop and Improve the same, erect a trifle more thaa those of Daly /IIwlld,or eddee.Ceoerai abOwtac Office U.Jacu.o..Uleona._a&acauou II&IDH abo--. nraa.ea.waa.et. IW-a"apply rnw.1t1.sots toueal

a road district in Itself. Under men contend should destine their> nd add to-..building, } he .will" Eugene Leigh U well up on the list B. .. CABLK. o..ena.! .....v. Do .."-'--..-._-, I't-_ ..**. dot. sk I

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-.j, ROPICHOUSE. r IF YOU 'ARE' HOT, WE CAN GOOL YOU'' ..- ',. :, .'.d'...:)f


Lako? 'Worth.: 1 Ice Cream Freezer Copier; Etc)., :' .fr'.f 1

.. With, a Refrigerator: ,. > "., ",

_PEN.l' ALI THE_-YEAR ROUND. At the ,same ,time., Protect You from Mosquitoes with Screen Wire, green & galvanized' ;, Window & Door. Fram ,' -:'..4 .. ,;'.:;.r.": \i:

:1&1. Low Rater for Summer Guests F. T. BUDGE, Titusville, ;Ifla.; ., :;. n -:; ; .'

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_ ; J. G. McDONEL., that they 'used: to entertain Cleopatra H. JR. OL1MSTEAI;

yam Proprietor. with.Mosquitoes' have"romantic tendencies. ,I THE COTTEN HOUSE, The Pioneer Dealer In INDIAN RIVER .CO.iFIncorporated ; : _-

alWays! moonlight by which : SUMMER RESORT ) > .. ijj,
They prefer ( ,
Encourage Manufacturing. visit forth and sing their lullabys. They GENERAL MERCHANDISE Feb. 28, 1891.-: ,\: :::L:
this In summer
hemisphere only Sewanee, Tenn. ... .
letter received last and disappear when the base ball season R. HANSON, Manager.. ..;< .b.if
The following was '
Eau'Gatiie. ,
is over. They: never bother the '
ek by our postmaster, and kindly re- i In books of travel In tropical M' ; '
of 11
red to us for reply. We have written countries always receives I .ket.p. In Stock: a Choice '

Warnock, but were unable to name eminent mention their extreme hospitality ,JOE It. SMITH, OF JACKONVILLE.NOW 'GROCERIES, HARDWARE, ,. '" ,,',. oJ '
for his business, -
'suitable location 1f
ere is not 'a single store for rent In to strangers. They are often imported CROCKERY TOILET ARTICLES ETCAnd HOUSES FRAMED TO ORDER. ..' / .\ ;
to countries of latitudesby -
TO. Several more rood brick business ships but at higher the McKinley OPEN. Apply for-Terms. will Sell as Low AS--(he, Lowest; HARRISON BROTHERS1 MIXED' PAINTS, Unequalled for beauty and lasting-.: : .. >\.W :
cki would command responsible tenet bill prohibits their importation in this '. Call,and examlnettty Stock, ,18 < qualities Color Cards/and prices on application. W ". ;*,.?,.';: .....".> ';:" ".!
Is 1'
at The ADVOCATE: .
oftce. and country.It jtyecial Ports Mcuk to Entertain Agency 1 for the ."Aermoter..,".the beet VTI...1 Enarne mAd. ; '' # ..j't.- .
wded in Its present quarters,
Is that the will .
know of more-corn- very likely mosquito J. E. ENDER & CO. ... ', }. .
uld be glad to a live longer than the human race for it Gitestt. ... ,
which could be leased '
xlloua building, The ARTHUR: FEASTED:
is Impossible to kill them off. organization 't7PtLtoh17C1,1'L1t.01'A.Alta GEORGE F. DUREN. -
Tltusvillo.SjunSmo. ; '
> a term of years. If any of our read- of the Is something Refer to Capt. Joe Smith '

(encouraging i feel sufficient the Interest location In of the a matter small wonderful. It always mosquito has plenty of i' I 'LTRET T d;, FEASTZR! : ::' 't

wings enough to climb,out of the way of MAHUFACTUR1HG JEWELERS .
kar factory in town, the writer of theBowing some most murderous assaults the CO' THE OLD RELIABLE .
letter would, no doubt,be glad upon W, H GLEASON & : TituBvH1ep. Fla. ,
species, and though it has no teeth, It ,
> .
I bear from them : : there the -- :.a
gets just same. MEAT .MARKET. .
"Office of Americus C!crar Manufacture ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES. Repairing Fine and Complicated :

C. 8. Manager. Dr. Watches; setting of Diamond and ther .' : '
; Cot, Warnoek, -Get the ADVOCATE Screven's. Precious Stones! W'ebavealloallelectodcArefully.largeltookof : .
lag!. ,
:AvKniccB, GA., July 21, Five Cents per copy. TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED AllIgator'and Hog Tusks Carved and GOQ S :

laving often heard of your town Mounted for cane-heads, brooches, etc ,. ',* '
and ss I wish location for a ImadI' As a general liniment for sprains and I AND PERFECTED. Shall Jewelry made. And carry In season a : >*: .

I write to ask you a few bruises orfor rheumatism, lame back, egetabiesc
factory In S. II. Ry': new building, oppost Fresh r'J uL"ts d3 : eYL.
sttons. What is ,the population of deep seated or muscular pains, ChAmberlain Abstracts Furnished and Re surreys corner from Pogtofilce > ,

r' town? Is It .wet' or 'dry' Do 'I Pain Balm is' unrivaled. For sale Prompt attention to all orders by. mall XXXX CREAMERY BUTTER, on'lce, av specialty. .. e'
i think a small cigar factory with re- by Dixon & Orgy.ORLANDO. Obtained. or otherwise.. '
I department, would pay? Also, can A full line of best brands of CANNED:G OOD&Orders a s

nail place be had, and at about what Defective Homestead and J>re.Emptlon'Entrioa delivered at private residences; and at the steamboat landings.. and. railway 'x -

t; (one that would be a good retail NURSERY, Corrected and Pefected. HODGES & GODFREY depot. Meat department opens on Sundays-from 0 to 8 o'clock. p S

I()?"Is your town considered healthy Claims Adjusted before the Depart. ,, -- -" r----,,. "

>, how are the towns around where JAS. MOTT, prop'r, ment at Washington Manufacturers of -
trade might be worked up? Professional cards: M.. Sanders .
gar Correspondence solicited. 10 J. : ; < ,
will right OllLANDO I ,
'I wish a and more FLA. Yellow Pine 'v
Jocatlont" ? Lumber S
sy, if is satisfactory. Am EAU GALLIE, FLA. Cacaos ..'1\081..11I. WALTBB OUUAII. 'Dealer In -t .ii
and wish
versed in
In business for myself Jf.I can find Orange Trees ROUGH DBK8SKD,, T>OBBINS & GRAHAM,
.Oong.2tox !feed.,
-ltabU! place. Lemon Trees, Pine & Lumber ,malt T..tabl. CraU ;
Any Information will be thankfully Grape Fruit Trees, Cypress Lumber rfellrer,d at my part of Indian River ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, \" .
elved. In cannot Answer, Catley Guavas. on throuih bill of&. Anyone contmplat.ina CROCKERYr tp
BreVard Co. Florida.P.O.Hox.280. .
1 you kindt C&II810U letter to some Taliitl Limes LeConte and Kelfer OF ALL KINDS, bnlltllnr on the East Ooa.t would rtn well i co TITDSVILLE, SADDLERY!: ." .. Z
eawmlllS .
write for '*. .situated on the '
will rit .
I who will do to at once, and yo" Pears Peach and Persimmon Trees ROUGH OR DRESSED. J,T.* X. W.H,,,,*mlilontb of IHOstkA. STATIONERY, .
C. S. WAUOCR, Will practice In all the counties of the Seventh
ally, oblige Vines. Ants t.CooosE. 8tWol.. Eau OlnloCUgene Circuit and In the Supreme Court. special fa- FAMILY MEDICINES: ; '
Niagara Grape "
Shingles Lath Orange Pineapple __ lIDO|>d3atsumaIIIfht Land
rllltles for Examining and VertacthiR .' GARDEN SEEDS,. ; .
Foot R t. *, Putnam co.,Fla. Title C rreipondenoe snllulted from Clalts- '
for '
Tater>as,a Cure We Lead In'. General;. Line of Nursery, IoeWmo' lute and Heirs to Spanish Oranti CHOICE GROCERIES.; "'

Stock. 'laui6mo &: Vegetable Packages, Money to Loan.DVL. 1 HAY, CORN, MAPES!: FERTILIZERS,' .:.

C Coatt .Advocate. : Utree's General Supply Store I FINE PATENT 'FLOUR.,. '. .'

(he twenty-third number Of your well FOR 'tt will pay parties 'who,. contemplate OACLDKIT, J. T. BAKDKBS, OOOOCl F'loriiaa : "
en up paper has a clipping on "foot building to call oa, or.address us. Mill la the place to Sell What rou Don't Want lad ;toter,., Attorney' for Board County : rJ'
It and the cure, water. -Waterl'In is at DeLeon Springs. Buy WQat You no. >1- Commiselonert.GAULDEN ,

places, is better than & & las1tsCIGARS Orders promptly filled. HARDWARE, Paints, CMU, .Fannlnl Imrie- A SANDERS,' ''W. Rogers .
p: it is the one essential element h11fe Mats,Builder Material Musical Initnmwnti, ,: i",

of all plants; and I believe, Chandler & Landers CBNITUBE, and the N.w.rROCESS VAPOR DEALER. IN,CLOTHING s :

dour planters who hare their trees P. "0., THE SPRINGS, FLA TOT' ?,which U death to all other ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, + '
ted 20 feet apart, try the experiment :Seers Gents, Furnishing.! Goods, Shoes "Eats,, ** -
bow much water SI taken from the J. L. Confer, Agent, Tropic, Ffa. Will practice In all the Courts of the Stateof YilW '

I by an ordinary sized orange tree.and > 19m-ImO Florida. and the United States Courts. Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks, ,." .

baled into the atmosphere every day, ETC. FINE CIGARS Etc. i''
it r. o.Dox,838. :rrroaVILLE.,ru.. .
has It In
vided the tree supply so -
The only house In town making aclalty .... '
hare all it will use, they would not OF THE FINEST QUALITY RECHYED lea ) .
I JUST Money to Loan. 1 of Gents. Furnishing Goods,. :.' .
t der any longer why trees die-but I
L wonder how they lire with less than oo rom I T ? Drop In and examine my etocktacd'

tenth of the water it requires to fur 1 M."D. L. DODSON, compare: prices. Cash customer command ,.= r J
& Renaker. Y .
i the tree with its proper food that Losley DR. < > 41 i c every consideration coropetlto. h ;;;
tes from the soil so ,It has healthy AT claim confer. : t ,"' ." ? '--ci. .

I leaves, to take In from the _Families Supplied. SPECL&LISTIN OPERATIVE SURG! Call when convenient ':Flr t ;dooi\ '',. <... ':'?_>

Ideveloped( that builds up the Maeter'a O south of AOTOOATK: office. : j :

\ In the water Itl'1l0-1 Sale. F. C. .Allen'. (CAL & MECHANICAL DENTISTRY: f .

\time, the cause of the dlaea AND BT VIRTUE OF A FINAL '* ,
moved-hence the cure. I am I UNDER of foreclosure and sate Inning out 4k'w TITVSVILLE, Yj.O1UDA. DIXON 'J
i I of and nnder the seal of the 'lrooIUourt GRAY.
r much at fault If this close plantings the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florl.U, In and -5
majestic tree-for It is said that for Brevard conntr.In Chancery. no B. L. WILLS, 5' Dealer ID
ndia there trees known to bee tain caM wherein Mary M.Wilbur, by 8. GEORGIANA FLA. D .
) are Graham her next friend and Sidney Wilbur, Drugs, Chemicals Perfamery, ToUet,
than 700 years old; and single her husband are complainant* and James T. PHYSICIAN .A SURGEON !;
|lmens In Florida that are two and Sanders ai tnutee,and Jamei 'T. Baaden and A graduate of the University of Penrylvanla ,Articles Fine Soaps Stationery, 5
and which have Telitha Rackett M executnn,and John w.Sack- ,
e feet In diameter ett,Telitha Sackett,QIOq etrwUin tad "iert: .and ''an experience of twenty ,, i .
JEWELRY "' : .:
aced 13,000 oranges at a crop.-I say Hardce vn! toenOaatg! kalj deoree betnVnndSdate 200 DOZ years In practice offers his services to ; *Q. "..;. .., :
In, I am very much in the dark in rep of July p.4th, tan,I will,on the first Monday Hear what the people sty about this stoves the citizens of TUusvllle and vicinity SPECTACLES. ':,t ''
to the science of 'physical botany, the month, and legal sale ,between the legal OFFICE i, w. BOOEBB oo, '
a day > : OVKB : .
his ;U the of the uliDtnble. 7 "
close not of Machines
planting cause boon of tale and In front of the court house qualities the New Process GunR, Pistols, Sowing ) and; %w
pis foot rot trouble. I might add door In TltniTllie, Florida, aell the following I JELLY. GLASSES months uollne,ADd 6tf*.r> 'Vi9....10'bar to had sla on.fault.over tU Machinery Repaired. Watches, Clock 7 .
be starved Into it by otheras deaoribed property, to-wlti All of the aontn.west yannM u Steerlmgeour. T" ELY *' '.
rev and
may quarter of section one, towuhlp twenty.two R.Co III K.A. Jewelry a Specialty < ;: ;; .
I have seen ,south of range thlrty.U seat, exeeuUna I Tlturvllle May 0,ieab 'OP THE PEACE 1'7111.1' >1811 School Book and School Supplier. '> se _'
pe moat noted grove In all Florida the north quarter of the north, half of tallsouthwest I And a taken 3 ,
grel laving the
.-. of A'U llllall1 New Subscriptions at publisher's prices r
btate \ .
63 21 feet quarter which contain twenty acres, Notary Ihihllo tor ths a Larg
planted :
years ago OYfor the oid. It
keepa me 10 a perpetual
and U known the of W.Morton. for Newspapers, Books, Mg .zlnes etc .
u ,
George .
of SO
.1fIt has produced thousands and The balance of said aonth-weil quarter, ltate of wonder sad delight Contractor and Builder over years' era t
lands of dollars worth of oranges less the exception mentioned,contains one bumBred 6Q XCZ. Mrs.Sidney Wilbur. leuoe. Natural' Finish a Specialty, ,Prescription* carefully compounded at ...
i season for the several years of myilntance and forty DC"",..or 10 much thereof a*ihall TltwvWe,'May )tto, 111II1.t MXLBOXTBNK, ELI.'QV'illii any time day or night.,, err .
be nifflclent to aa U.fy: the amount of..hi deereo am dolltrhteit with the New FrooeMYspOl _
and at the time infe ---1r.
now, .
and AU of aald land La situated In the !
8w.. U than I 1
of the trees when It should be atat Mtttoment known u Heath MASON'S U more eziwctwt.fc ........ I. ;st' t"hif: '
fc wllel m :I1"tL 10:11; : ........J'U.KS .
it U nearly dead with foot rot. tion Brerard of the&hove county, florid described 1 land eonilderablTpor.I. Titunnle.na.. Nay 11th,leesi.E_ U ". '-fr .;.: ,
hammock. -
Drayrnan.nanling .
pose trees had been planted far"gh Terms of sale eaall. J.P.Ttnu,,., *"
apart so there was, as Liebig t Special ilaiter. : V done at reasonable rates. At. Patent Metilclries1 ,

remarked: "1011 enough to hold IMPROYEDJARS Notice ends all departing, and meets all arrivIng ,., .

upright, in place while air and Notice of Incorporation > trains.
irtiol: "'
tare feed them;" If the pasture ; Orders left with O. B. Rumph or aLOVOCATK Elegant Perfumery'and Toilet t _

knd had been enough; if the stomach O/ the De Sofa Beach Imprr tment Co. PUTTS 4 QTJARTS. On and after Angost-lst, 1801, there : office will receive prompt .,,,,.,*,",', ,'

f been large enough to hold the food wlU be no freight received or signed lora" attention.. Kept constantly on hand at ;, ,
L The Dame of this Krporatloa thai be iu
[drink supply, and the limbs could '"
have "De Solo Beach a; Improvement Company." i the Eden Wharf, via Indian River -" ..* ,
reached out
U they would Tb 5
-"Dl l nature of the bualneM of thsyfoZixtoa Joo. McAllister J" B. Screvenfa'
forty feet or more, and then room ihaU be the development of a town Steamboat Co.'s boater and as the Eden NI ::

Sreen, so the breezes of the night an; e.te and seaside resort upon a certain tract of Grove noose II permanently closed _
land extending from the Banana River to the DROUTOUE."i. ;
winds of the day could have free Atlantic Octtaa. a abort dIe_ from the property there will be no guests taken or landed t Contractor for ;
ip-around and through them laden : known u the I>e Soto Grove. Bald trueof aeud in your orders at t, once. I. t iff '
land .. know and described ae follow a.; the Eden Wharf.
ill with the food It would so lavish"ve. Also"the |ate0 NewspaperPertodl I; < i msahi
and of Motion tw
wit Lots es eight .
those trees of which that bis.i and loa one and two of thlrty-ctx,."',. ie'l:1oo THOS. E. RICHARDS, Artesian Wells, .. eta .. -
grove Is made up, would not oe a ship tnuatytwo. oath of raneeaury ,,'-.
I of rot and decay; with Intelligent sas.. sod,_. talala. oaM ter beTW .....eIrbt ftII.Ip' ,. Notice of Incorporation PBOFKIBTOB. i :1.
nor moss a Eau Gallic Fla: ;i
re, would now be the .ride of our .....power 10 taU ..... .11. 01:wend and ; w. N.'HENDR\t.f't'
and they would ..at1 lived on and to PIOUK...,'.. tab.aeMBevwrat LIii obje as Ice QfttoTUutvlttf, Oat Hal CaMl1'41SltaJMoal 'A'. .
ring off their'otnahlpped, ,rojti,gen.aftereaelation : lnoorpuraU 'r W...'.**...... '
lair IW".n ; 1'1'A"IJ' lL .JSJS Dealer Jn I .. -:,
II ud .strruucdni atzamj s :; The name of this corporation thai be The *"" _-'_
JAKES MOTT. =rf'--"I-a klnr to the through A aatI.tier t TttiuvUto, Qak Hill and tiuwvenl Steamboat NEWSPAPER
r ::
m and TnuuponaUoa Company. 6Ileral Merchandise! ,! :
foe to memlars sadd .Not "T> S. The general nature of spot butneM of thseorponUoa SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY ti
-"'0* rom tu* .
and other trtbotaryJJolT ahall be the of htQpa.as.ger1 ,
'afagrapli on the Mosquito. & 1a,,,, Iarioitey "
Indian awl
G The capital a&ooII: & upon, the Banana: B.YS'6 a -
be Bve thousand ARtdd: KiveraMd Creek and the Mosquito Lagqta hIMUGI TNM d'h The Pioneer Agency. ,DRY GOODS, ..
I died shares of att7 4u1: be-a.: the eonntlee of Bren.....Dade and VoTwuTeAdient terms and copies addressC. '
be Insect U aa Inhabitant of the at- atall. -an eacJa. 10 .p to the mat convenilUver point oa thi R.r-. 21L! 00ttuq For sample N"OTIONS "" f ,
here, but does not live on air, says 6. buaBeen. 1 to reach' the Bight of CajaareraT ,{ t ; H. NAUMAN,
Snl3a5tifc lhall ommene* -
Fun. The "Mosquito" was ap- .......% Alee> of oeorporatl..withthe a. The. capital Dollar Mock' of, the eorponUoa shall. i I. TmrsTiLtJt, Brerard county Fla. STATIONERYP'Choice "
be A. thouiixl divided Into ban.dred
animal the Clerk of beIhal1U.
the the and with \ r
by at.
to dipterous
Ciecul c-rt hatee,of Bit,doUan be
each to
'. ud for Kr rard county,sad pod op 1 -
"i it has since been translated In fail
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El many languages, and is now a A Tti. t ja*s laee to*period of the eoBtiany of twenty ahaU years.daet.d be COB, 4. The eorporstt. aJ&aU.aM. a th.81- "

d old! word of tenor. .........r.. ldeMeeretarTraaaarerIMreeton.. The Board. of Diraet aDd 5.15.,1 l&.t of 8ut.ertkos.sod of the ia or1 eferq>ora&Y.Or. court with the 01&eo-Cbe $ Ilti BiniB, nvA. .
mosquito has a long slender p. of'rhree tncreaeed to five by a BUjnrity __ Ia wbJ!baIt shall 00---.and GOaWl- L' < J'
th piece called a sucker; or using a "', however vote of the nay etockholden weanpa.y, for Cbe period of J4a.a '

leal term, a suction pump. f who may be preaeat at any regale HockhuUena. daeUd.. The by below a preside..,\'Ice-pt=:t.aJ&aU be eoo-. ....o. C. HECTOB --: .r

lba wings, and a good tenor r _, >I....u.'lt. shall beI tresarer.and fire... _. La.leettoa toT dl. .r
I the pitch of anz" :. aw, "" .. zee aoooal office of the < ,aton nctofs ehaU b.., ...... by vote of the capitalSK I 1i4 ; -1-
1JE. eontpaay
held a* the principal Dealer la General : ;
theO I *.M the 0tIICa of the U -f.it \
M feeds by night and *!** Ti&GPWe, the ant Tuesday of Bepwonber ii grA aeipal company. t :;
refu.ant Tueaday of Jsi of eaetrMr.TU ,
by dar,, the Board ef Direct
'this reason it eoub ".w e.ekye.t st which eeUag shalT elxet UMPraeii'ent. ran ij atlero"nD.: + :
director : c
.* ** made I baU be sleeted w .... aatil the nextaa bawd of bra C-:2'.i--. :
burden tho.- secretary and tnaenrr "
t of Tiee-preelrtent. '0'
their daljqnallfled.
.,- It !la a bardsblast aulfa...or aat1l are 'who be director or not ajuLaball havtowwrtoeooMUdaUaaytwooK Melbourne Fla. y' -":
beast It II a & The Buard of Directory shall dec may ana aMtee. II 6 : 'i' !
Yg.tarkaba fact thatau.rp. YbrFieadea, Beeretar* sad
bred. the meideat, and oOeen ahaUbe ', :
decided Ureeton ill '
ezpedleat. 'I'l' i
-'n'.dag-.uho hum- 'bauIUW. l'
.< .Virlih Lien In the eorporatto
;..ad ft:au.. Wore the ht.. A IMreetor tray boo All say other oAee bm ladebtedaeas. U = ;
long .. iMteeVs S. The 1oIp.sat" er
q.'cut "Usplred, say harmoniou ale other than oeaholden i shall be oUf.CthefcMil ability to which the eurporaUua nay at aai l tg r' Da rellamL'atfifiDIIlOf If Hats Shoes Clothing DryG6olis Q .
eaeeed_1IaU UM Sy ,
Mess abject Hwlf shall out
t. aud amount of aa.a.w..s- onabbiry .. ,
which the eorperaUo aay at ajr, lace nlw.t the capital etock.H.P. t.YoW ....'rrNas Oood& : f
b PAMHMHr.W.C.HOWM Just Arrhed. Splendid ;
baveallsWdwrang5 ... Bt Itself than nut eaceed one hill III o
-, ,.,, o-W tug.eaaaed time ...... iM capital nock. I ii \
to the ancient Oneka sArpainty U.laM A.. A.anwAal, 'wW. OILS. PAINTS, JIARDWARB.B4D '
_. /1 w.rbt1a81yrsg J. 0. W..1II).. 0. H.HAOAO. Nrw ,
J. 1C. LuovaTno WH.M. wows. DRUGS GROCERIES, OIADTrF' ,. f__
et strange to any, their innsieaas C. H. WJHTO_, ..M. Yas.1r. A Cgil, a e111 >f.all kinds; and In fact i'falU1'4oot\
have load* no aavaaoementt std G w). If. KonmiM, 6 H.B..t... ti.ss..rr ft iylsa 1L L
sing the same tune to the modetl112311 weir B. GtAaAY. !2.1l ..r.G...... w ,.y."w.c. Call and oxaminalnal. 13aE

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THE GREAT PERPLEXITY. temptation. They c n't piny mwh hob W', ; KEY. flit. TAIAIAG& I would DeTe b* of-any practical n., Bnt f -
They don't bit one ball la Wn, but w. boys when *delnp came and the tops of the Old TJdcta Lartctn Brown, *ho keeps a
used to knock I be old town tall quarter of are a tt.ru and If w. aver mif ned' cue were i and the element*, Jacket up, in GENERAL TELEGRAPHIC AND brdg Roswel a
: WHICH HOLDS BILL ARP..IN. ....ugb. out behind tor*. And .she gIrls ire THE UnOOKLITI mVINt78 RtJN- I monse. their hands oye a drowned I. Je wa born in ehington
lurt a. crarf about tennis. They play all DAY 8E11MOX. '- I World, then Noah la the rejoice in his CABLE CULLINGS county, Oeorgl" is the youngest of a
ITS GRASP. the thank of the afternoon, and sotnrtlm own wetlnd In the safety of his family f family of children, and his moth

don'lget back In tlmt tofls the table for and lke out o the wreck of a ruined er fifty-one years old when ho wd*
-- supper and toy wife bat got to going down Subject ''Glean''... In Life .
Field Irtb. Of Brief Items of Interest From lie ia old
town mod every evening for a spool oft :. hound*1 of dented a boro now alnet1-ont )llt ,
| The Feople Bnnnin Crazy on Socie hi MI! or something, and I .* Just found out Preached at Glen wood, Cot) worse & pnt* thieve Various Sources. I in perfect health to I live
she slips over to the tennis court to tee the,00n1m'olb low. aide of the cross human hat many yean. lie has chewed and smoke
ties-Spending Money Faster play-next thing I know she smacking; its satisfaction after It had -- tobacco all his life eat
Ipl" ,
TiZTi: "And ih teent and ,
and bert tget.b1e
footbalL Bh takes rd>. i earn ,
been but drop of blood the J Fifty-five hundred Italians sailed from
.Than They Make It : and say*they ougnt to bar t i gleaned fathe field after CAt recpersnnd sheeted deal bunting the except pttO drinks.coilee tbre
moms tport while they are young-something I her hap was to light on a part of (A* firld at Ills crucifixion. Iron ma, 0 aepulcher* I Genoa for America last week. 'a day, sick but one time in

--- to look beck to when they get old and full belonging Umelech.-kuth unto Soot ""'I) seas of tht kin. : und Golgotha I Te the.e darker times I The foreign committee of the world'sfair his life, and that wa last summer, when
of trouble. nd dred of II. a w
"It has been forty yean, 1 than t.bO' booming of the I met with a reception in Ocr he made himself tick by i sting too much
the inch m.allb hearty
.111"81 had any time to enjoy Within a few weeks I have been In North the the
"Borrow endureto tar a nlgnl, bat Joffmrth tea k IJ many. candy. Two hour' a ia
things, for there was always baby In the Carolina. Virginia, Pennsylvania, New I sleep nlgbt
in the morning." Tbat is nnlers tbe ;:.W' and now I am going when I feel like York Ohio, Michigan, Canada, Indiana Christ's anguish beat against the gate of liev. Isaac Lea Nicholson's election asbaiop sufficient for him. 116 has the
be echoed back all the thronaa
cook sunup baa and quit cook and bnkfa.t7oufteIt.you have to rl before Bull Well, let her go. I don ear Let her IUlno''., Kentucky;field, Missouri, and they are of eternity heaven and al the dungeons by of belL I of the Episcopal diocese of Milwaukee bridge for the pa.t fourteen years, and

don mind it rr uch and ..'. a fair compro- mew her youth, at Milton says She oughtto one great harvest in and no season can'be But the day o reward comet from Christ; has been approved bj twent1.lven has drank no hsky in thirty years.
m M for me to cook breakfast and the girls bate a pension right n.>w at a confederate more enchanting of harvest any country than the .1 the pomp dominion of this world] are dioceses.itertr ,

to clean up after my mee Ing and cook tbe widow; but the It polling these children. season Th time that Bath ant Naomi be bung on His throne, uncrowned bead Tradespeople a* .
other two meal. In /act, I would enjoy the When i came borne from Mta'ourl Inquired Bethlehem I. harvest time. arrive are to bow befere Him on 'h head there I ) county, Pa.; republican convention Sold
at It about
frolie, it tbs old crankstove would bake for Carl, and the laid h* was at Chlckaman- old custom when a heat fell from wa the a many erowul and all te .l.tl worship -.1 adopted a resolution Tuesday The EmperorYllliira's:
the bbcnlt brown on tbe bottom, but this foil with the military "How It thatt' said L load in the harvest field for the a is to *up at His fet hum declaring James T3. Blaine their choice volunteers, "tradesmen masquerading a
rooming they were U whit as cotton and dldent txljng to any oompen1."No ." to It that reaengtorefuee mlng of the forest like rushing of the for president in 1892.. soldiers," might be considerably modified
blbtered Mrs. ," aald h. went to Rome gather up; wat to be like the thanierinjt of the
and said It over sees
were OA top, Arp .hlb"but left for the who might w.ten by a careful rending of American history.
would take two or three days for me to let; and took him la on the tail that poor If there were handful happen to while all rising on t.lr thrones, The United States treasury continue Ia crisis nation has saved
come Maen our
my band ia, and ah* hinted that the old end of hit company, and he borrowed a uniform scattered way. the field ofg'n beat time scepters its daily shipment of sm"ill notes to the every ben
aero after
hive was about burnt out anyhow and thaIjtbadtobeflredupsu and I let him go. I!. ha* been Undying had been the for the Lord God omnipotent "HalleluJah we.t for in moving Total by the volunteer soldiers dr the
instead use
reaped of reieth
hour or two sooner very hard know and needed a rest." I learn from crops. ranks of civil life. There is record of
Well Iba4twogrand.onsup. raking it, aa far do now, II was, by Again, my th..enl amount sent so far, $2,800,000. D
hot In tbe lower chamber. there military
M as to ret properly of the left in it which seem to b*mOt In greater heroism, more faithful service or
80 I reckon I will have to rUe with the boys right fresh from Auburn college' -and tbecl along that place might so Can you ImaguM anything 1- Dispatches of Wednesday sta'e that than was displayedby
and flap wings and crow they got: Into a company, too, and w. ted to pnomlns way mQUtntu. of perg'stent courage
lh'ckens my clean it But I more tha the coming a poor the labor trouble In Omaha if spreading. these volunteers
yon ; I -Indianapolis
rest and and and be EtlHead
and The children bee to to acquiesced ruminated
flre up. me from to Judea Can .
'What Is the use of harvest fields woman you j More bricklayers barn out for seven ,__-,-, ,
wake them up and let them dolt all, bat rang my oM song: "Sorr 'w endureth for a Naomi anything more trivial than the i I gone t ? p
their m tber lays it nearly kill them to set alibI, buy,Joy cometh in the morning." to feeble Ruth to and out and?toll Naomi in la t old and fact Imagine this Ruth just happened ,to hours on Saturday with eight hours' pay. In Boston.

np so ponD, and ah* bad rather do It herself Well, It cfl and
you expect young the alight as they say Just happened
lint ISIs most astonishing bow late then footed the bfllt, and the 001.11I1 they had a
chlMrneaniel up at nlyht at a party or splendid time-nerer had at much fun in all beautiful, should tan her ohek.nd blister to alight on that field of Boast Yet Tuesday the :Mayer mines, near Scott- only fifty cents for three shirts Youshouldn't

Irolio and till keep their health, and I bar their Urea. Two of them belled a cow and her hands in the harvest. all ages, all generations, have an interest in dale, Pa They are supposed to have have purchased tbcm. You
adoilted the alacrity with they rbe when rode her bar.back through the camp cue Boaz owns a Urge farm, and be goes out the fact that abe was to become an ancestress lost their lives at the time the mine was should not encourage those manufactUrers -
.. and In the for to see the reapers gather In the grain. Coming Of the Lord Jesus Christ, and all nations antkingdoms
I i they art going on excurMon or a picnic evening, never g"t gnardhouti incident on fire during tho strike. .'
and have to take an early stare 'There It. On'y.bad to do double guird duty for there right behind the swarthy, sun- muetok at that one llttta "
,he beholds a with unspeakable and eternal The Wbite Star line steamer.. Majestic Mr. De
_Jrl to he a power of stirring around this two days, and that w.lflll nothing, they blltfu thi ,
nmmii> considering the bard times, and I Mid. A new company from the wiregra a man gleaning woman more to satisfaction. M U tl your history and in. arrived at New York Wednesday having Mrs.De must know by
han tbe ull.t: that maybe alt this going to got them one night about ten o'clock, and sharper sit up throne than to stoop m ne; event tha you thought of no importance crossed t'o Atlantic in five days, eighteen the price that they are a product of the
and fAo bad tometblng to do with the bard the Cadets found out they were pretty green among the. .Ah, that was .0 e.et at all h.v been of very great that moment hours anti minutes beating the perspiring sjstcm."-Kt\e\ Yorls Witclty
times. It don't erst M much to travel, and met them at the depot and marched tel day I That econ.eratlon ac I I c.h ,
but there I Is always tome fixing up to do be. them a mile away and drilled and double- It was love at first sight. Boas forms an cldeta nuetlnj-01 of It record by fly-eigh minute. MAST pcnona are broken dow from overwork .
fonhand, and that cost money. My folks qulc'lred thorn for two hours ju.t ai though attachment for the womanly gleaner-an ; but how it changedall I I A fira )5Io.Jny, night destroyed the big or household cre Iron Bitten
told m* list summer that the excunion ratt : they had ordera to do It. Tuey eat up all attachment full of undying interest to the th*current of you lit*I rebuild the s t.mt aids digestion," removes
of Richmond
Church of God in all ; while It seemed to no importance that plant the Electric Light, of bile, and A
ages excess
to fit Blmon'j and back was only 16, and i their own rat!(al and stole everybody: else's Ruth cur malar .
the children bad never seen the ocean, and it that were not under lock and key, They with an eb.h or nearly a bbe Juhal innt rude instrument of music, II I Heat and Power Company at Bt George splendid tonic for women .
th.whole in and I'm ley, to Naomi her the calling harp and organ but they Staten Island. The building was
did look like W* could afford that little sum kept camp an uproar bme tl value The fear of future evil Is In itself the greatest
and ought td embrace the golden opportuni afraid my lineal descendant* were at the successes anntnre of the That were the Intrucioo of all t1 world'lmn. at $200,000, and was a total loss. of evlln
ty. And to I surrendered, ami prepared myfinncea bottom of It.. Oapta'n Phil Byrd, of The Ruth who land of MOb in Itrel" hear -
,> for the |0 'piece and two or three IIII tI.r, bad better mfttd how h*attaohet the and Journeyed through' an undying a'tlDl lustrment even after the finger I I The Canadian government has decidedto HALL'S CATARRH CURK tRaU'uld.nd"

days board, but they stayed ten days, and Arp family to hit com,any. It bat been affection for her mother-in-law, is In tke away from It, so all music surrender seven American fishing It taken Internally, and nets direty upn
what, with all the preliminary fixing: I forty-ri yearj since I helped to take the the harvest field of Boat is affianced to one now of drum and cornet I. schooners recently seized by the cru'ser blood end mucous surfaces .'
aavtr got over the golden oPlX'rtunitTud clapper out of the college bell and hoist a of the best f.mm. in Judah and bme only the long continued strains of Dream for fishing within the three-mile end for tcKtlmonlalc. free. Sold by Drugl.t
But hilly goat lnto.thtJttttqr.'ngom, the in after time the JubaT 7So. F. J. CHENEY& CO.lpn 'oleo
the strain for eta months. Mr Arp declare ajtf now .nc Cbmt harp and Jnbal'a organ. seemed
limit in violation
of the of 1818
it worth It and she wouldent the Lord of I of so dark to be a matter of I treaty
wa iTns6f alh
thy yonth are 1>e'flff ente ii"'mIIn very that THERE Is a sufficient recompense In the very
mind going again this summer If I bad the the devilment of my children and grandchildren did there ever dawn so bright a Tubal C"learned the ltUelmpce and I I dispatch from Arkanais City, KAD., consciousness of a noble deed.-Cicero,
money to ipjre, which I bavent, and never and the state nd the governor and I learn In the first place from this subject iron ru xpeut to bays again. the; legMatur and my wife are responsible how trouble develops eh.r.ct. I was bereavement has It*echo in the rattle Birmingham living five miles of this and his nelol.
Old Dr. Kirk aava that three excursion for It. But It'* all right, I reckon and all1 poverty. eie d.vlop chloe and the roar and bang of factories ', ei q city, want buiding take Brown's Iron
,and convention will break the country, and well that ends well, "Borrow .ndureth for illustrated and 'Inouc t all Merrl.c wife ncre found murdered at noun Mon I pleasant. to take, cures Malarl.
_and LI ,
that nobody can stand it but the negroes.' a night, bat Joy cometh In the morning." limity ot That I a very A .il subject an illustration day. Tho supposed motive was rob Indigestion the .\Bilou.n and vet,
And here they go and there they go, like a BILL ARP,In Atlanta Uouitltnuoa. unfortunate man who has no trouble It ot tie beauty of female industry. Behold makes pur.
fiddler's elbow-th* lawyers to Co.umbus: was sorrow that made John the tolling m the harvest field under the bery.A Chinch beet hopes faith, and abide
and the Hectors 'to Angiuta, and the editors THE BUSINESS SITUATIONAs better drme and D. Young the better hot sun, or at noon taking plain bread.with cablegram from 'l.alon. P rtugsl l, bytheminr.ction.your .
to New York and the dentists to Atlanta poeh better orator! and the or eating the parched corn says: Senator of finance .
and the Royal Arcanum to Savannah, anjthe Bishop Hall the better preacher, and Have. reapr to her. The customs of has issued a decree giving legxl YANVINtLx GInandMachineryCotAtlau. I
Masons to Macon, and the conductor to 'Reported by Dun &: Co., for lock the better soldier, the better let,of court have and without 'I I. to the franca Importd into tho Ia Oa., manufacture Cotton Gins Oil, leel
and Ruth the better ebang currency Preines, Cotton-Seed
Gainesville, and tb* school teachers toBrnniwlck Past Week. d.nlbtr and Cnd.ne.r Mi.
; i nC1clopel bardehlp wblc'Ruth state and prohibiting the of Shaftlmr, Pu1leyaTank ,
and the, legIslature and the mllltarr to Ball to Spring Chlckamanfa and R. 0. Dun & Co.'. weekly review! of II.w. .ked.n aged man in regard to his was will IUbJet,every Intlgnt I wom I I all silver coin. eptatlon Wlod.MUe l chlnel. Eic. Write for prices.nddl'.

some more editors to Chicago and the col- trade says Business continues draggingand pastor, was a .erbrlntmanl"Wb, there Is a sickly sentimentality on kow In the municipal court at Boston, FIT free by DR Kuira's GREAT
leg boys and college girls everywhere In dull. The stock market it greatlydepressed Is It that you 1 brll.nt subject In soma taml. there are No FIt after first day's-
Mass.! 8. 8. Pierce & Co.
sqnadi' and then t ere... the Odd Fellows, teems to so little tenderness persons of no to the house Monday, use. Marvelous cares. and 83 trial
and Knight of Honor and KnlgbU of Pythias ,. the average price of active mons?" "Well," b. rpUI "tbe reason !* hold or comunl. .n.lce thomrh there are charged with selling adulterated goods bottle free. Dr. Kline. 9( Arch Stl'WI.fa

and Knight ot Labor and Knights of stocks beifig $1.60 lower than a week our pastor has never .nt tllble When ao many woe. .rund about them In the In the ihape of French pest; to which with rnaaoThomp-
Jericho and Scylla and Charybdls, and the ago. False report* of failure have something misfortune comes upon I b world they span J their time laniulshing had been added a certain preparation of ,Jhmlrte ereYMulDr..Uat per bottlei
baseball teams tbat an all tb th* go somewhere to do with the decline, and some different. After awhile th Lord took over a new pattern or bursting Into tear at to the En.wl.r.Drolllsl
a peculiar color
and b lot of and and preacher was Just a* brilliant as h* was were_Sued $23.
wonen girls fancy visiting shot himself I They would pot to lookat
the springs, and a heap of them dane among the strongest in the street. bfor oh'' tbe warmth, the .teuder Ruth carrying bnolc the barley d.lgl oa her A southern branch for Colorado tinplate Tried and True

add gamble and drink and carry on scanlalous J>DEPRESSED THE SOUTH. ne his discourses I The is way home to her mother-in-law, Naomi. will be located
and a heap of them don't but It all costs that trouble is a educator. syndicate lt]Ildle.
.t"the depressed great Madam da Hiael did a world of work in '
Trade south It
peculiarly site
money, and our young men havens got It to You ,e sometimes a sit her time; and one day, while aha was burg Ky. A covering Uth.po ltlT Terdlot ot people woo take floods
spare, and they com node broke cud don't because there is too much cotton, dow a.n instrument and his execution seated amid Instruments of music, all of I of ground has been selected near (the iron Banaparllla. When .used aooordlaf to, directionsUx -
lay np a dollar, and they cant marry, for with several hundred, thousand baits of I* formal and unfeeling. The reason which aha had mastered, and amid manuscript 1 furnace and the steel plant of tho Watts toad.le of this excellent medtola are sooa.felttanerr. .
they haven't got anything to marry on, but last year' crop left over in the world's I Is that all his life be has*beau proper" hooks wblol the hal written soma I syndicate, whore iron and steel 'can be tl r4 tIM tired feeling

they flirt around amazing and make a mash markets and with competent judges predicting But let misfortune or out said to do you find time to furnished them at a low figure.In driven off,a s L\ headache ant
I and to bom atd brag about It. Why there that and he silo down at the Instru attend to all of these the relieved, the bad.
'Sr. boy In all tbtss towns that are clerking another crop even larger than met man ycu discover the ptbOlu the first replied, "tb_ are 'It thlug' '!:I ana I I the untied States district court at dyspepsia of Impure atl C te a you .la
or working for' dollars that of 1890 it is no wonder that pricesare of the keys. are .1e b OfrD
thirty or forty a trl proud of. My chief boast Is In the fact tht Greenville, S. C., TuesdaVj Judge Sim-- need cf a good blood purUter tonic medicine I.
month, and it takes it all for clothes and low and producer scarcely get enough great eucato" I have seventeen by any ton made order Receiver 0
buggy ride and excursions and they are not for raising and picking. Hence '1 A doto come .Into a sick room, which I could Jke trae necessary. : an requiring not rail lo IHood's
laying up a dollar and th. old man la kept topay au&the "harebere a dying,child. Perhaps be .' And J.Ub I tomucU Chamberlain of the Charleston, Cincinnati -
bowed and bard ton to help them along, country merchants do not buy freely, is very rough in hb prescription, and very to b* I 10, Ilal'spiritual.ph.r work boW I and Chicago road to (SSUQ receiver'scertificates Sarsaparllla
and It's all wrong all wrong,, and tbe boy prspect of a great yield. which at rough lu bl manner, and rcugh In th, feelIng \ time field I Bow many dyinz arountabout to the amount of $230,897 to lsxfor ITeparedoalrty
ought to put on the brake and It* other times might be \ tends, to of rough hi* a Bold bj all droggteU. "
slop helpful, pul" anl in .nwel't us without one word of comfort the claims of a number of northern C. HOOD a Lowell. .
Atd the good old doctor cam down with produce stagnation. AK* in parts of the aDxlu'queton., :tie Wa, want "more Abigails, more. I I creditors.pay 0 .
hi.* can bard on the brick; and about ibl" the est failed last trade year roll on I one more more Maryi, more Doses One Dollar
Urn old Uncle Bliuon Peter cam along and whererop' year dead in bl own houl and now he comes Rb mind, soul-to Dbb I I A New York dispatch of Saturday 10
took pp the subject at the doctor left off and has not yet recovered from the great de- Into the room, with twrful eye he who boula' them. Lrd : District Attorney has concluded .
,aai.li "Ye, they have got too many cod. cession resulting, and at long as thecorn lon at the dying child and he says "Oh, One morel learn from my' subject the says to indict all tho Nicoll
use) and I need to be a. big a fool a* any crop Is in doubt complete recovery this remin. m* of my Cbarilef' value of cleaning. Ruth going iqto that newspapers
body_and joined everyone that come along II not to b* expected. In several statesegUlatlon Trouble, tb educator! Sorrow harvest)field might b.nAld: There ia a I I that published accounts of the DONALD KENNEDYOf
lb. iaso&s and font of Temperanoe, and hostile to causes much tee Its in the gaud. painting; I straw and there ii a straw, but what i* a electrocution nt-Sing Sing on July 6th
Bible soo'tlea, and I don't know bow many capital bear it*tremor In the 'W"tt song; 1 tel Iraw' I can't get any barley for myself last. The evidence in the bauds of the
more, and what, with preaching and travel* disturbance. Th* further collapse of real it* power In the mightiest my mother-in-law out of these strict office \vill\
lug and the 001 fnOl.nd all the societies, estate speculation in many parts of the Grecian mythology said that the found straws.' Not so sill beautiful lpt altrney'a prentedto Mass
I liked to have never got acquainted with of Hippoorene was' struck out the grand jury at once. Roxbuiy says
west ana south has brought severe losses ton gathered two straws and she put theta to- < ,
my famllr, for I was out soinuwber every and embarrassment to tot of the wlnle hon legu I have lethe and more straws until she got 1 I I Export of specie from the port of New ,
1I bt..; .od ou. dar my wife saw a notice In many. and enough to mak sheaf. Putting that down ftr tbe week euded August Ut,
tb* thatther* was a new society TBS tOT HABKCT. 'most beautiful fountain Christian com '
iwwipaper phi went straws until
_. _
gatb.r'or. amounted to of which 81,573 Medical
life have been struck Kennedy's Discovery.cures
IA .u. rwva VI uviiwtru have spiritual out she bad and another I I .7.,172
At the east uncertainties tot.n .notb.1
liubands. and cbs called my attention to U monetary shod boot of diensterned calamity. .note brought i was gold coin ,000 in silver bars.
In 'j
and asked If I ludent better join it and run a powerful influence. European dlfflcul- l tee Daniel' courage bet by the them 10ther..n th.tbel them ot I[ Al the sold went to South America and Horrid Old Sores, Deep-

torpl'llid.ntand that put me to thinking. tie, do not pass as quietly or fully as was flash of Nebuchadneuar's turnaO I ue* and the had an epbah Irls1, the silver Europe. Imports of specie
i 'and I quit for a while until it occurred tome expected, and now serious financial trouble Paul' prowess best when I on thefounderlngshiputlder bnnhel. Oh, that we all b gleaners I I .1 the port of New York last wrek Seated Ulcers of 4O" years'sta'nding
| not l long ago that I oould do some good is in Rune because of tbe glare Ot tbelght E.iba Burrltt learned many while
by Joining the alliance and helping: them to ning iu the breakers of Mellta. tolling in a blacksmith's shop. tllDg I I amounted to $34,830, of which $20,840 Inward Tumors, and
return lbs world and save the courtry, and be failure of crops, which'will only help Ills children amid the howling wild touts th*world renowned wa a physician wis gold and $4,499 silver.
'.. I Joined and I',. beo n talking tu them his country in the end. There is a and the chopping of bo splashed guUlotiuA in Scotland and philosopher he got his philosophy.or I I London every,Disease of the Skip, except -
stboui whiskey and tobacco and extravagance growing doubt whether the movement ofcrops ant the crackling ma.rJI the chief part of It, while aa a cablegram .ayt Diono01
aid corruption Washington, but myIdeasdon't here will not cause a temporary It took all our past D.to ditn.nd ha was waiting for the door of phyca O'Brien appeared in hcue Thunder Humor, and
seem to be and it all our Ti,esday for the first time in
popular they myviews drain than the eastern tk. ntoQI'1 room to open. Yet bW m there are mona many
are all rlfht. Lot hey are Itnurac'lc-. greater money row, our natiou 01 hllI in this day who aiy ae ao busy they months, their absence having been duo Cancer that has taken root.
bl* There ar |WX>,0,0,0 0 spent in a year markets can meet, but if grain cut be career where it will mr.along have no time for mental or spiritual improvement their iu
for whiskey, and OOUXJUCOO fur tobacco, sold, gold will come. The apprehension foreign despotisms .* mooted and :' the great duties of life crosn & imprisonment Galway jai. Price, $r'50. Sold by every
sad $tlOO.OCO,000.ws in extravagant sal grows[ stronger also that next winter may the tyrannies that have Jeered shall 1> the field like reapars ani carry off They were met in the lobby of the
I aries, and U the allian-e would jima com bring dangerous legislation by congress, swept down under the omnipotent wrath all the I-oU, there I only by members of both sections 01 the Irish Druggist in the United States
I down Ib aa avalanche upon thue three unlimited of of Uo who, ht oppression, and who *>y here and there a t raiment left i* not parliamentary party, and were the recipients
things cud cave that $1,000,000,01.0 a ear and possibly the coinage lgtb own red rlfbt arm, ,tl worth gleaning. Ah. my you could of from and Canada,
aU that money would be put into useful and liver. One large financial institution make all men free. And so It is individually, go into the busiest day frleuc W"1 of hearty near
J1I'06tab'.lndu.trln, and it would get scattered iss bought English coniols to a considerable and in the family ani ia tbobur.and m your life and find golden |I ly all the Irish' representatives.A .

among the people' and make everybody amount, and leading trust com- the world that tbrouh storm which gathered might last opprtuolt. dupatch from Omuha, Neb., says:
ooturortabl and happy, and the farmer is said to have $4,000,000 of its 03 trouble men, woe churches. nations. sheaf for the Lord's garnw.a mae stray I, The eight-hour law p.incd by tae last
wouldent need anysubtreaeury. Why it any a dl.loo and the privileges whlcU
i: went into fleet
they will just ackl* the whiskey alone and deposit in gold. The treasury has added la imy text the beauty of opportulbe pp bound tozsluar an I baatea legislature Saturday
atop every still and all Importations of u>iriu only $700,000 to circulation during the faltering t8.bp'! I suppose t.were u will at last fill you wiL mush joy, ou;: morning. The only trouble growing
our ""Ut..wouul uiiguiy nign ory up LuC week, absorbing gold but issuing more plenty of Naomi wbl. was There are a few worth the out of the enforcement of tbe law so far
want of business, and our jail wtuld bs In prosperity. But of all momant lot
liver and note Though to be acquaint- gleaning. Now, I May i* the lockout of jub printer The employing
and be 60 treasury Rut
empty our tales reduced or 70 percent bow
willIng to
But the ha been Ihe of .IIC many w trudge each one ban a m.u fulld I'lnD11 printers fused to grant eight
.1\iaoce cant tee It for they gold exported, outgo her Judea. she
want a lilt:. something; for sucks bites currency to the west and south Is felt at I make that lonely journey wb One ba if overt there I Oh be,Iu you Cle. fe.l or a : hours and when the nun came to work

tbnuelva, and the wbliky ring isatra- New York and at Boston Money i if heroin of my tex -absolutely one. sick relative that your ia bobool l age to :: as usual they were t J'd that their rer-

I I tnendoui! power In the talon.nd ao I haved..p&ee4 close at Buffalo srad Cleveland, in active I suppose when '. hnbd.liy- com fort and toll la the field iea let Ruth vice were no longer needed. Only ODe -
of reforiuU the
g people by mysolf lug and they had money, all take to feebb Naomi this sheaf of shop ia the city ( has
and have demand at Cincinnati and Detroit p.nt1 bm. com
| concluded w go,along and J reach Chicago, thing went a rktl.yI
many "He that forth audeept
I the gospel and leave tuanklnd to tbe Lord ; firmer at 7 to 8 per tent. at .Bt. ail, Bat weU h c& bus- (I.oln ( shall doubt- I pled with the law.

I who mad (.hem." And the good old man Louts; in g"od supply for legitimate di and erp t went, and .b bearing again prl.3 I A Salt Lk telegram states th,t the '
I can a s gh a I weutonbieway. got poor, she waa not troubled wit rjog bnglDll
And I met James Oilrvath another good business at Milwaukee; close at Omaha, much with sheave with full rturO in the Utah elections
I man. sun a gui, uwwtnoui erttea a* *, Nashville and Atlanta; tight at Jackson- in the bow 01.AU*see the shoo birds have that Ruth and Naomi b* our. portion for.verl Wednesday show that the liberals have I

I,and he too, belongs to the alliano and II villa but ea-ier at Savannah, and in fair to nests, now the night fallen"In gone I twelve: members of the legislature, one-
I desperately ta earnest, and lie laid the b tI New Orleans this full of b I third of the while
torn .a. abon| to drop out of farmlpg as a supply at wold 1 heo.1 I I a large gain over the
[ ta'Ine*., for every hlng h* raised was below iHniMABT or THE RIFOBTS. hypocrisy faithful thrilling iu days" i I 101 THE ALLIANCE PLEASED number in any previous legislature. The

the cwt of production. Bald be, "Uer I>* Business is reported good ia the east fnd) .prosperity o a.et.u -- liberals elect three members of oooci
1 got a carload of wheat rigbt bar ba town for friend to lluaktJ the J. With the 'I and six of the house in Salt
but southernpoluti : had such of the Ken-
west and north aiult at a
I sale, and all Icaa get ia n oeDIII a bushel. as Result
I aval I>* kept an account fair and square and. it I* dull, or only lair, though eulouslv friend.la lo;who ".8 tot theircau.e5 I plurality of 100. The libera's also eltct V\"p Ails BUIIHG THE N.BIEOnatbl
friend have forced
I n Pul a the county collector two selectmen and we' prk. wtcb.
hat 0.
cost BM over eighty cents to rals it, at one or two localities
improved ,
10 are
orus, him la Jail Cbnit dispatch of per a result wa
and my cotton I* won than that and I.worked '.* because of injury to cotton by heavy such in the.it who dcered; to b A Topk.K.n. Tuesday the county superintendent by pluralities msklnvlmnKOM sali s.Ib Jb
I katdac tent ytar and this than I ever the Wa" 0 says people of K.u seem of from three to three thoui.nd. "felovns \\ extensively known
I did ia lifa and rain*. The great industrif show no inv cross; .al a 0 in ta the election in huudre best market-It
my Ton can just look at say who cried Rut regard Kentucky as a* the Half-keeper IB the if
I ban,is, and I toll you Major Air, ther I* no xirtaat change for the week. Philadel.bla the, or to .from m D to a great victory: and say quite aa A New y.r dispatch of Wednesday IDcqul.to arcnrncjr and dorarllltrTI&&
I M la tithing, something bas got to be don > describes) the iron mirket* fright htur thou towl at thee- for them the J I says There ia a general and authoritative our improved watch btoreJu
good as
goes they
Dr.. J. \
fo go; baslnir. btetens ft Bra.47
I ( the
I ii or of wheat farm la ra-n lbWtry.cents Woa.NW." a bushI fully dull, and tale to realize are made th Ill I _I lodge; thy people. w.b ti. HcLalbin, editor of the eple '. denial all around that there I any Allnr.ta, (. .H-nd for catalogue.

I Just at price considerably below quota. God my G said "We did not cut-rate war between Claus SI'reckle -----
then carpentercame along and said) will wetbO ; expect to elect the i
I "Well. 1m glad ta bear tbat wheat has com loo*. di th *Lord t I&and te ; state .meen The withdrawal of the j I and the sugar trust Brokers speaking From the "Pacific Journal1

I down. I bop now w* will get flvur a little Business failure occurring throughout but*dth part 1 torn and me.more. also. I aught IIr governor in the beat of for Bprckle and Secretary Bearli, of tie =*gre&t lnv..tlos hem bee.mad.by"*
I e"-p"r. Vat "'ttlng mighty tired paying the during the last week number t. sugar tru-t, and several prominent ._ lie prudaoedThtt's
I $3 hundred country Ara I this subject that the campaign was a blow, and there iugn .O2Yorl .
a for flour an.tlle hurried
oa ta for the United State 229 and Canada 18 Ia pt bar dealers in
I bis woik And so, Ur. tdilor! I d at kow ; hardship end darkness were may other contributedto concur saying the refiners
I what total. 847:_ *fut :I"J..Ieek.THE cum oat in place*of joy. When Ruth broke the marktt Hair'
to do. would fls. tt all rigbt; it I at date ii the state cltcerL I have a letter sugar purposely to Dye
front Moab
I eculd. I wottlt sensate matters ao that PRICE ADVANCED her tow Jerusalem to from the Candidate Attorney general realize on 1 heavy accumulation o(stock
I every man euuld*.. hbl and low but wit mtbelw. people ,
buy 1lw
They to clear
I I dont se* my' .,. clear and so, like Uucl. .1 -Oh. aoetretgaw.y ia which he said that he did not expect' w.nte out the room it .wfclok Imitate n>Ur*to perfect loai It art.

I Simon rater, I believe I will give aU people And Mlllmen Will Buy Western tr her father's g p more than 2.500 votes, but with the member : ou? wanted the mono* it --17., U.perfectly 41JJ.rIi11aPcI.L haimles'

I joy benediction and lav thus troubl. with Wheat.The woman to"a*land o Jqd. of tbe legislature wns different. brought. i,1rkr.a .1 '- -
wont' live d i
I u.. Lord. a They B1.TS CREAM : :
w Our people theie'did J BALM
I But these miller of i b drown ia lbs sat or the jackal same as we did &p145.dmsal'Ll.U'ti.MQuiciILeenrued -
ytmnrsters daD, ear a rent Chattanooga hive O ,
ia Kansas lat 1
I about the price ot Aour the third will destroy tl. a year. They made a fight Cleanses the t'
nor party formed a league to purchase wheat from I BwO -
control la* Soles cad Cw
I SMT when the money it to cone from. l morning when off to secure of the legislature, and a.SMaQLDIIMcGOLL A"
I have about run away with the country T1IIOnO" he west They say this is done in self- with Naomi but behold her la my text Inthebarveath.44ofboeau sacrificed other things to that end. Whatwe '
I then* Is to Uaaoi bar baseball match defense against the farmer of midd'e b fOaaosdtoon the United "No, John,I said the pessimist's CATARRH. 'iu&Wcries&s.iiL
1 .*?. Tty UTt ba.> three Ibis week. and Tennessee, who, backed ty the alliance, *of the lords of lbs land become on* waDi ia Stt"'la'or, and wle who hadperbiuuled him to go tote
i '__1''I slip" round the Uo war and let la are bold'ng: their whM for a highertrice ot the g.o Jaws CIe iw. th Kentucky this year, we circU"! do will try to "
the back Lord of it Without the hop .J'
ground and look cm they say fa U b.atlfe governor I all I 1.1..
with the result that it hi risen in aide enjoy yourtelf." t.2Jy
| favor ol It. but I ... If they would out :Idlt starts verydarklyenli vary and .tt have none of th I tw I
he week from 82 cents to 90 Maria, he he .
plylwould.atgo; but I dust want' bees past } cent* responsibility of while ', hae reple. as
Dalaoa Gr' Ve4aIio. 01' Marietta coma UB East Tennessee grata will rui the ....iI'* It was v h Noah to odor the wlat w. want .dmlnLtUon. razed contortionist; there it
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AUk imam at. id o'clock, addresses hhrHli FOR FIRM" AND GARDES.BTTT nights and cold..rain must be oxclnd .L. i. Altitude and Population.'

THE GREAT 10 the men who are called "higglera ." I A covering} made from heavy coLton! The.census bag issued a bulletin' fCOPVNG

kind of middle men, who purchase : rAtE HORKST BOTTKIt. cloth is quite 'commonly used in lieu! on the distribution of population in that a.
with altitude. It
An Extinct Sea: Bird Whose Eggs the flowers in lots and sell them to the I Did gilt-edge butter lovers know I the of glass.. Keep the bed moist by tordance in the area below 600 feet appears I is Included I:

Now Bring Fabulous Sums. small retailers. The flower girls cannot true nature of the annotto of corn' sprinkling with tepid water when neseary. nearly all that part of the population which I II.
After tho In a hoat. lit manufacturing and, in the
afford to :trade until the general would change their tastes manure, It engaged
merco, they sod
of the country,
customers have bad their pick of tile but ing condition, ha been deposited fnrelgn commerce' r
The Giant Bird Last Seen Fort and be contented with a pale most of that engaged in the culture of
the bottom of the bed spread over U
choicest but taught by a sharp and The interval be-
was. healthy, honest butter It is a rare cotton, rice tugar.
Seven Years Ago. .experience, they are able to drive 'rery exception to find pale butter from Ii evenly well prepared, rich soil, about tweed COO feet aad 1 1100 feet corapri+s )
and'know three inches in depth. When this d 1& the greater part of the 'prairie states and Nr -
precise :
smart bargains Jersey cow. The next honest, healthy states of the northwest. an If
The of the auk aImpennis add to it three gntn-producing
history great ( well Warmed through saneuferS -
what to purchase. carrot meridian Every
coloror is'a liberal supply of ; East of .the ninety-eighth{ 1,1100
,) Is a curious one. AI The pale-faced children of the alleys; one of the most healthy roots for cow, inches more of the best and richest I feet it practically the of pulation < from Catarrh in the Head. Those;, $

known to science, the ,bird had an ex- and by-streets of the densely populated horse or' man, especially our young light, open soil yon can got, that from ;i all the country lying above t the who don't 'have it suffer from; those, .. w
dstence of"rather less than 800 yoarl. central district diligent the woods from around old, rotten I elevation being mountainous. The p0p- who do. It's a disease youv.'can'tkeep : ) .
west children, anal one of .the most proJlfio ulation betwten 9,000 and 0,000 feet' 1.J .
A writer in East and West It& was< logs wilt bo good and let all warm i up to yourself.
says haunt in the They 'con'butter of tho
the purlieus spring. crops in this country. Any I found mainly I on the slope great Here are tome of the symptoms ;\
first discovered In 1574. by an Icelander havo heard of green fields and buttc will incline to the ;Je8lrcd together for several days. J western plain. Above 8,000 feet Irrigs- Headache obstruction of nose, disc .
named Clemens, in Danell's Islands of! been Then push back out of your tray tlon is almost universally necessary I for .
cups and .dnlsids, perhaps have color if fed liberally ou carrots I operations. charges falling into throat,"'some-
in agricultural
iLa Vast coast of Greenland, and a told that the swallow and cuckoo ha [Jersey Bulletin from a portioii of tho bed tho soil lad I success Between 4,000 and 5,000 feet, and more times profuse, wfttdryy and acrid, .,

large colony of the garefowl, as it was ten over sea to spend a merry summer put on and lay down sweet potato : markedly between 5.000 and 0,000 feet at others, thick, tenacious, mucous, .

termed, live I on the Galrfowltkeri, Iu English meadows and copses ;p but '8TORMHOCSE3 IX DISTANT FIELDS. ilde by side fan inch apart, then< the population is decidedly in excess: of purulent, bloody, putrid, and often-: it. ,

near Cape Iteykjancs. In 1830 4 vcanio < tho bunches and baskets of flowers On a large farm; or where some' of draw over them tho soil you' had re- I 1 the grade due or to grades tho fact below that it.the This densest. Is sive ; eyes weak ringing in smell eartl
mainly offensive breath
eruption caused this reef to be which here fill them with delight and the fields are distant from tho house moved. Continue in lids way until I settlement at high altitudes la the Cor- and deafness ; and general;J' de ,
taste impaired,
swallowed up by the sea, the survivors wonderment are the only evidence of \arn.lfl f Is a good plan to 'cfed you have enough In,' and'ron will I dilleran region is at the eastern base of bility. Dot only'a few of tfceae: 4 .

of the garefowescaping to the such pleasant things hitherto .vouchsafed sheds of some kind as shelter for men have your seed planted between. two I'the Rocky Great mountains Salt Lake and which In'regions the valleys lie likely to be present at onc'o. '. r

Island of Eldey. With the exception to them. and teams during storms. These are layers of rich, warm soil. Cut large between 4.COO andOaOO feet. Of these Tho cure for it-for'Catarrh itiifi.: 1'*

of a few staffed birds in different menms They are to them tokens of an unknown alsorconvenient receptacles for farm potatoes lengthwise and lay cut.sli. tho extensive settlements' the base of elf, and all the troubles that como

and tome of their eggs, the world. The' daffodils, being tools used in working such places, and down. .Inc your latitude the middle of the mountains in Colorado are maiulyl from it-a perfect and permanent t ,
red of this auk's history is contained alto shelter for stock when pasturing April will bo early enough for bedding tween 8,000 and 0,000 feet. Above 0,000 cures [a Dr: Sage's Catarrh Reufedy. -
brightly of respectable
golden and feet the population, which is confine, Tho wont cases yield to its mild
in scattered notices of its occurrenceIn size strike thee most, as they' very those fields. Out West most farmers them. Plants may be drawn as soon of course to the Cordilloran region, is i al. soothing cleansing and healingproperties.

the Faroe islands, North AmerIca likely strike all classes of visitor.. have their stornihouscs underground, n is three or four inches high, but most entirely engaged in the pursuit or A record of 25 years.
and Greenland, and even on a few should not be sot{ o.ut into the field mining, and the greater part of it I is located '
When March is going out like a roarIng ns I ho best means of escaping cyclones, in Colorado New Mexico, Nevada ] Las proved that to its proprietors.
points of Great Britain. lion, and the London streets are to which their localities are subject. intil danger from frost. Is I past. New' and California ,. While population II -and they're willing, ,to. 'prove .16

Its last appearance in Great Britain ivvept,by hall and rain, it is pleasantto Here in the East the stormhouse Jnay plants will continue to grow for sei. Increasing numerically in all altItudes, to you ,It- M

was at Papa Wcstra, Orkney, 1812; turn Into Covent.Garden and pas bo simple shed with doors wide eral weeks and may be drawn as they Its relative movement decidedly toward They do it in this way' If, th y '
St. Kilda, 1829; Lundy Island, 1829! ; to admit teams with or are wanted. Sweet 'potato ground the region of greater altitudes, and fa can't cure your Catarrh, no' matter'how
Tho wonder enough reaper
these in rovio .
flowers )! most marked between tho country lying bad case, or of how,long *;
and In 1844 at the long strand of should be mellow and well prepared your ,
drill and which can be the '
is how such quantities of violets, mower or between 1,000 and 0,000 feet standing, they'll pay 'you'' $800 incosh.
Castle Freke in Ireland, where one prlmrosoi and daffodils can bo col used as a store for those implement, A good sandy loam,lt. time; best. For lea. Can you have better proof of. "

wu picked up soaked with water lectod. instead of exposing: them to toe greater the field, make,ridges three feet apart The density of population is I greatest tho healing power of a medicine? t
in that along
after a storm, though in 1845 a report dangers of fire lu barns usually; by turning furrows towards each other the near seaboard sea level which contains narrow Strip our great J

was prevalent that-a pair had been Tae Ox and Ills Master. llled with tho most combustible with tho ploujh, and in the garden by lea ports. The density diminishes gralally < "

Been in Belfast Bay. At Elder, off After seriously turning tho subject materials; and which are always liable sing tho boo or other wile. Set plant and rather uniformly up to DOOO "AugustFlower"

Iceland s male l and fomalo wore kilted over in his mind as ho chewed his Cudon to, be burned.-[Boston Cultivator. rather doeply on tho top of tho ridge fear, where. The the population elevation becomes of
in'1844 5 these'are tho last known !In a Summer's day, tho Ox'detorininec. about l eighteen inches apart. Cult! .plln country, excluding average Alaska, it about 2,500(

Iceland. And so ends the romance of hat the Horse had more Prlvilegci THE CURING OF C1IEESK. vate to keep down tho weeds as long; Feet. The average elevation, at which

the Great Auk. Originally.wingless a ban wero granted to him, and that ho I The curing of cheese is a process bllature. fI as the vines will permit.-[Now Yorl the inhabitants lived, taking cognizance
arctic: bird, it floats and would Kick. Ho therefore went to I If > will observe certain World of their distribution, was 087 feet I In
you 1870; in 1880 it had increased to 780feet '
' dives Into moro southern latitude his Master and made fits Complaint,, I tiles in tho,care of your product li -"BY and in 1800 to 788 feet.-1Vahilll-, Mrs. Sarah M, Black of Seneca,

tilt It falls under the ken of mat; and added: duo season nature will accompltsh'ltivork. DOUBLING THK CROP CULTIVATION."If tort Pole. tfo., during the past two yearS has;

Ill-fitted'by itt habits to contend "While I am pulling and hauling in After the cheese has l+ been no weeds over appear in a corn Hard Linea. been affected with Neuralgia of' \the
field there would still be need for f reaent '
with his weapons of .destruction, 1 It (Iho Fields, the Horse has nothing to dobut In tho curing-room Proto Head, Stomach and Womb, ?'
placed cultivation," said Henry Stow Whiffers-"You look! all worn'out" writes "My food did not,seemto. ,
gradually fades away before civiliza > canter to Town with you" a' heat of flora 06to '
says steady art.itA.. few years ago I loft teiiwt Hitters-"I'm most'dead. Had about strengthen me at'all andmy appe-
Lion; and-naturo herself seeming to "Very woll ; you shall take his place 70 degrees ought to- bo maintained through a corn-field unworked, forty letters to write this afternoon." Ute was very variable. My face,

aid in It. oxt.1l1cUon-dlsappear altogether tomorrow," replied the Master. without cessation from the lime UK ,"Why didn't you dictate them. was yellow my head dull, and I had > s 1
while tho rdst of the field was cultl- '
in 1844. At the legend which When the morrow came the Ox was cheese are put on tho shelves until tin until 'No'tjpewritor. such 1 pains in my left side. 'In the :'"
vated week tassels "What's become of hcrf"I
every ap-
Kingsley has gracefully embodiedin saddled and bridled and mounted. 1'hobit work I-done.. When artificial heal married her." morning when I got up .I would
"Wuierbables"! makes it com cut his .tongue, the saddle galled 1o applied it will be found that thoseocnpying inrt-d. Tho woods 'those ton.rows '"Get another." have a flow of mucus in the mouth,
were pulled by hand; and there won and bad bitter taste. Sometimesmy
years ago from "Shiney Wall, where bit back! and ho was near breaking tho higher shelves curelore "Cnu't." a \ -
yory few, for the ground was a sod "Why not!" breath became'short I had' "
it and the climate down before he started. When ordered -
was dec.entty-cold, rapidly than those below on account -
lire 2f such palpitating 't-
doeply plowed, and harrowed thor- "Costs tco much to now. queer, tumbling
fit for gentlefolk.*' perchance some to canter ho made such a mess of the! tendency of heat to ascend lo tho time tho wasplanted. Pork !F l/y.: sensations around the heart. I achedall

future Arctic expedition may have the< .of it that he was given tho spur, and For thl reason they ought frequently ol\ibly up corn day under the shoulder-blades,,, -'
The stalks In the t
glory of rediscovering this !bird In it. before he,had gone half u mile he was 'lo{ bo changed, and their positioncverscd. n rows All One. In the left side, and.down the' back:
original land '0 confused and exhausted that he entreated Too much heat has a tendency were more than three feet shorter bar' He-"I never saw clothing so cheap asIt of my limbs. It seemed to be worse
have tholo. In the ,rest of the field, and b it bow. Any man 'can dress like in cold weather'of Winter
Tho eggs thoreforo'beengraw.. his Master to return him to the to beget .a tallowy\ condition, i entlrman." the wet; J.
ing valuable. In 1830 one w.s sole lough.'As' w hllo too little rotards'the process;: thQr was $scarcely': ',n" single 'ear thatIpiai She-"Yet..Indeed. 80 can the ta.dlel. and Spring; and whenever the spells .
4s. and another which Is In filled to'tind. Tho rest of thefield .".-NI1 York 1VriZ ly. came on, my feet and hands would
for now Ox one of tho beltof .
; an are -
you and .thocao is tho '
a snggy, clammy, :>o.ilt. ''
.. .. turn cold and I could' getnosipep .
which l was a few square )'ard.'Over -- ,
the' Bre lau Museum acquired Master "butIll'
vas Drove said the '
my In extreme .hot weatherocca, at all. I-tried everywhere/an'd got: .
bushels of
two.iicrca yeided 198 y
fouiyoal'l later for tho moderato i a Horse I should simply value youfor atonal sprinkling of.the'floor will prevent ,, bmliols' no relief before using August Flower1' -

price of a guinea. Even as late u: your Hide." excessive drying. There .is jio Ibellod corn, [estimating two Then the change came. It has done '. +

1840.. guinea was thought agood sum ltIor Discontentment has spoiled doubt but what many cheese are of cars for onto of grnln.. The, JenrOWI me a wonderful deal'of good during '

to pay, and in, 1845 15 francs wero all lots of good house-painters to give usa spoiled offer reaching: the ctfrlug made up exactly one-fifth of the;time have-taken it and is.,work-

that a fair example brought. By 1860,, big crop of poor artists.-[New i room, through neglect. As many an acre (32 rods), and gave only Ing a complete cure." =

however, .t18 were being paid, and in York World. : icoso-makers think that ns soon 11. 1.2 bushels t>f corn.. Everything: elq G. G.GREEN Sole Mau'ff.Woodbury.yj.

1869 :64, though for many years a the cheese are upon the shelves theyarc gs else being equal l, tho difference beingover 'w a SMITH'S WORM OIL

specimen Jay unnoticed in tho British F.cenomy In Fuel. I out of harm's and need no 40 bushel. to tho acre was clearly la Undoubtedly Ik.. Hilt, Qilekeur,. aa+t''
Museum. In 1887 Mr. Flold acquiredone Economy in fuel is one of the hard- way duo to the absence of, cultivation Mttt Kellabla Worm Mudleln ffoiiL '. '
which elt things to teach; nothing seems to_ further care or attention from them tbo ground being baked and dry thegreater YAL./x1To: OA. Rtopc. r" 1801. '
had been bought, iu 18C5, the work of and the leerttfthat on Ihe,1l1tb of PtembaJ' J'
turning, rubbing
satisfy the ordinary servant abut topllo part of ho I time. Since,then eommenr""ed II't.tOIr mr chillI' 00 montheold ,
at a sole by tho Royal College ol tlmltb'a
general business of this department Isgiven Worm 011, and the hollowing ddri ,
.Burgeons, who sold seven of the on coal and to shake and poke togot over to tho boys.4mcrlcduDairyman. : I left one strip on the side of a field, tto wurmh, A to 0 Inches long,'\11'.... 8.rxiwllwt W fftattt from

the fire big, and then pile on 11101'8coal. measuring exactly An aero, without 801d' '
I ten' matchless eggs, discovered. in a Everywhere aa Oou-t_., ;ifflNMIONMD 1;
| box labelled "Penguin's eggs." In > With hard coal, one can keep a either cultivation or weeding, and ityielded .. '

11880 two others, which had also been a good firo and stilt use very little coal. EXPERIENCE AMD SCIENCE. 14 bushels of poor porn, therest ONE ENJOYS: KINO COTTON (-

| bought n. penguin's eggs, among the Glvo it lima to burn and keep thedrafll It .is interesting to learn how tho of the field yielding 42 bushels ofgrain Both the method and results when Bay or sell ,your Cotton "JOKES'' -v'!'

I odds and ends of a sale, for 32s. were right. Use good sense and common experience: of farmers'Is fre to the acre. In 1889, I had an .1 B1UP of Figs it taken; it is pleasant 5-Ton Cotton'8cae.VOTCH '

Isold for :211. Throe years later never fill the fire-box too full. When quently corroborated and justified by elgl1t.acreleld that yielded enough to I Icompletely and refreshing to the taste, and acts %. EO [ r>MT NUT Nty ./ '-
I another Lord Lil- a small fire is used just to keep things lence. It has been a constant habit fill a 00-bnshel crib, equals gently yet promptly on the Kidney, .,rot.... ...4_ a*" e
was by
purchased -
Liver and Bowels cleanses the ,031 OJ' IIXOHAIT0t ,- .'.
ford, the well-knoyn or iltliologist going> have the top slides open andput among farmers to give hardwood to over 80 bushels of shelled corn peracro eSectually, dispels cold., he'YItem d- )I. Y. .. "fBlNOHAUTON. .- FRED

for 1:140: and fubsequently another on a little fresh coal to keep; then, ashes with the charcoal left iu it tothe on a very poor old field thatwai aches and fever and cure habitual 'roBAcco: .;t

fetched :125. Mr. Field's specimenS when greater heat is wished, close theupper pigs as a useful tonic and aid infeeding. newly broken ul,- and without nsUpation. Byrup of Fig i* theonly EYE"\1'1\ti-d1fg.\ .,: +.s _,_ :tri

now valued at 300.. All that one draft and open the lower, and Brooders of swine have manure, but was culttvated eighttimes remedy of lu kind ever pro- A ttlGu;If '..".nw...J.J.'i'ir!! .a. for B.Hf ...." 'J'Hi

eees to represent this sum I. simply a In a few minutes one has .a good. averred that Ibis condlment'.u a preventive while my half of rented four" eeptable dnced, pleasing to the to stomach the taste, prompt and ac-inaction Uliwt..N..vr.uru.da.7" ., tb.r.a; N.t.TAYWg. :i

ear-,haped egg, in alto like a swan's, bright fire; don't rake oat the ashes against hog cholera. And now are field worked only twlceamount. Ita and truly beneficial ta its oundwu :mh00da...... '

yellowish u to color and streaked unless 'It is necessary to have a hotoven the Wisconsin Experiment Station in ed to one wagon load of cars, equal to etreeu, prepared only from the) most OP .M. pata. .t j

vllh.bhvck and purple lines. ; wait until one needs a hot fire, a recent bulletin shows, u the result 20 bushels of grain, and this smallfield healthand agreeable ubstance, its Ian. "u., r.... ;

Mr. Field possesses a specimen then clear out the ashes and .add coal. of careful experiments, that woodalbel was much better soil than the old mans: excellent qualities commend it ........ Utaa.LWhttuhall. &&t. .
to au and have made it the most
Web I. than the realauk's A good manager will save half thefuel are so useful an aid to digestion lIeld -
even rarer ( popular remedy known. .hi.... ..
egg, though less sought after, used by the ordinary maid-of-all- in pigs as to have resulted In a saying "My practice for many yean. has Syrup i* for ,ale In 50oand P pUN.y W.ITa (" & a

namely, the fossil egg.(}f the Aepyoo- work and have a better fire at that of 138 pounds of com out of 829, or been to work the corn once a' "week, II bottles' all leading drug"guts. 1&MM&t

tils maxima or giant bird of Madagascar There should always be hot water in akitchen about ono-flfth. Three lots of pig beginning on Monday when the Any reliable drnzgut who :

This shell measures nearly either in a boiler or a teakettle were fed at three trials; the average weather was suitable and eonfinuo( may not have it on hand will pro.fp ; i%

twelve laches by nine Inches and u often "hot water" is wanted result Is given u follows With torn the working u long as a horse can ea. it promptly for any one wh.1tiaheI SI-uK ww u1 _..na. ,. amap JlMiM...
a.u.IIow ,
to.- .
reigns over three pounds. Its market at s.moment's notice.=[Chicago News. alone, 629 pounds of meal mad get through the rows without breaking I f to.tq IS. Do not accept aafwtitute. ,.... Dr.J. U. DY" 11rYS IIIIIEaIQ L 1. '

100 pounds of pork ashes the stalks-and this Is usually un- ,
slue Is difficult to fix, but the last ;avlth ca PENSION ;<.
ad libitum til the ears begin to bang out In CALIFORNIA noSYRUP 1 fJI i T' "
Re.atell of a Wedding Bins. given 491 pounds of meal rowland 'I. '
jffered for sale was put up at a reeve SAN ,&sso/100.046 TUN, _..

price of .200.. Mr. Field be- While playing tennis at Huntington, made tho same weight of meat] the cultivation has always beenon uvtiirnu. n IIIW rou._._.r._ 0N.. t1..,............ .. .. ,.4.TbI11.1..o, .-
Island Mrs. Louis with bone meat the surface.-New York Voice.
eves that there are only five In exl t- Long }L Brush'awedding 48.7 pounds of cornmeal ,] "

ace, and but a few fragment. of the ring slipped from her finger gave the same result. With the CURES DIARRHEA/( :/ "
The bird itself and fell Into the grass at her feet. eornmeal alone the bones were weak, FA UK LED OAUDEK KOTES. ;
!basal skeleton.
|uit have stood fully seventeen feet She carefully noted the exact spot sustaining only 301 pounds without Keep the cultivator in .the corn as % ; DYSENTERY; e ,

height/ quite eclipsing even the .. where it.fell, and filed St away for fracture; with ashes the bones bore long u possible. 1 CRAMPS. .
fature reference when her play had 581 pounds without breaking with Half a dozen cats will be rough on ..
oa of New Zealand, which measured.. --
been finished. After careful search bone meal, 680 pounds were support rats in any barn-try them. ,
jly some fourteenfeet.. Tho Best "Thing"
by thaparty the ring failed to show ed. The bulletin claims a saving of Have nona but tender weed on .

FJ; wm la London Markets. up. A garden r e1'U brought to 28 per cent., but lite figures given your farm. Snch die young. FOR. THE BOWELS

|Tho sale of flowers by auction is0e bear with no better results; and Mrs. show a small fraction over 20 per If you havo pansles, petunias, and alVI: IT TO _

of the-sights of Covent Garden, Broth gave up with despondency; not cent. only. The re'liitlof the ashes verbenas do not mix them; have abed '

I |ys Good Words. The stand lu the unmixed with a superstitious dread are to neutralize acidity lu the atom of each. -* % TEETHING CHILDREN, '

liolesale market are furnished over that dire disaster was foreboded by.the ash and to afford necessary potash lUiny days where does "the boy" IT WILL SAVE THEIR LIVES. % i'?"*-,

ght, and the building It open for loss of the band of gold. The rake and lime, both Indispensable for good (your boy) spend hIs tlnw,,jsud who .- I r

Irate buyers ut 4 o'clock next morn- was thrown down carelessly, its teeth digestion, and this of course Is an antidote are his companions? DOXT...*Ira r.e j.mt dreut.t.rt.rrebua. .r. 1 '1
tau..tblaN.1. wIU d.
pg, but all tliclr business Is over at 9 .being pressed Into the ground. against nletlual disorders It "wont be well to olUtoak cue M w.nr..Is WON'T. _.

"clock., The visitor who attends The game: of tennis continued, when' which encourage cholera.* -[New wagon wheels before lopg. A loose pt 80'JSI waaw ddt.e t. __

56 purely trade functions has the It was found that the rake was In the York Times. tire, tires oaf whoa work.preaaer. C.ld l.Itw aired la 1l.the 1at4uAy aluhl.
ivamnge of a very charming' flower of the Upoa picking It
way players. HOW TO VKOW SWEKT FOTATOM. It the corn is a poor stand better I..
w, covering something like three- to toss it aside, the ring was found
up Sweet fl1 _
are now
potatoes grown ex- plant by using the planter and the fall e
aarters of an aero of of the teeth much to the
space poll encircling one elusively from plants. It
only a few amount of seed, or else sow to millet.
|lilch are arranged tier above tier of relief of the young wife. Of course hundred are wanted It will U Itp as. tnaunreL, of wh4h s arddt! patneb M. a m4
eUmper It Is easier to control the umber of paarll. 1'rbe,bUe sold by d a ar..at tar
_ossoming plants, sometimes extend. this was the merest accident. As a to bay them than to rates them, :for eats about the farm than the numberof Aden... nIh anrtaa. amhupa,

gap and down, in and out, to a Tol, tt U safer to pick op a fugitive this purpose a hot bed is used. It the rats. .CaLl.... cheaper to feed =-.n. T.ats.e St1.I..tN.M

|tal frontage of 700 yard wedding ring right oa the spot Even most be covered oa cold dare..and also. I Un'lfUm.J. _

I The auctioneer, who takes blsros- lawn tennis can wait.-f Once a Week.a .


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Tine Agricnltural.tatistlce/ of Brevar as. Oq; ;. a ; SSOeJS'S: :: : OE.1S: !

W. II. IL[Reason was In Juno Sunday county for the year ending June BOth =r gI d tTi '
1891 as compiled by the County Assessor -=a. r'J-" 'Every Pair Guaranteed.
C. II Bent has been In town =a
.lately Copt. \P. R. Sanders speak ,volumes favor .. I O' \ J Stock most completer And prices most reasonable fat quality of goods. Also a
of the Indian itlver country as ran 4 fi CD.ft r complete line of HOSIERY,GENTS' FUKSISHING GOODS
There are a great many wild grapes orange growing section,.over the Interior :: .. 7n -3rn
Around here. portions of the State. During the past a fSl '. &.', v : .'. \ !Z: > .. o ED- 4:, +. DEtATSALIVI> OAJPS. it'
d .
A great deal of rain and south winds the winter daily, When telegraphic the Timet-Unian reports published from the g= w ft-.2"S' O -", SB;:' :.'i .. 'i ... :. Come and lee the latest style In DERBY'S. : land CRUSH HATS. t

now, New York, Boston and Philadelphia orange ,g. 'O-: '. : :aot 0.. tT1.r c::>. -
Mr. Ether1r. McrrUt came up from market ,-.howlng that the Indian t 0.. -ll"tJ. tf 20 Per Cent.off. Straw Hats, .

_lllaml on the 7th. River fruit brought, on an average,11.00 o."IS' YJ 0', 0 c::>\, i ,- : v To Close them. Out?:..
& box more than those from interior porebons (> c. ; .f II *
: y
The Misses Earnest were down to Jew- ,'
brothers In other sections -L .ML
;ibl this week. were envious The Timee-Union had no L: .. ; '/, == 0Wy' DRY GOODS HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS ETC ETC;,
The "Mary B." Capt.: Hendrlckson, la Interest in exaggerating: the quality of : ,
liaulod out on the ways.Capi the IndiAn' River product but S b1 ,

a new W.kitchen Moore,; likewise of Hypotnxo Mr.: ,Pierce.Is buildIng came published to hand the from dry quotations leading commission, as they e nf G : r8 El d 9oa. mill e C-:.. 'S Tore Value for a $ to Any Other Housein: the State1'j. '

men. The report of the Assessor bears 2 iN 0 'o.W (tO '
Mr. J. W, Porter Is cleaning out his out those quotations.Take J''g CD H fIosS: ::; [ If 0 oo P. TURNER: & co>
ttvenne and digging deep ditches on each the matter of oranges as givenIn i .1- >- .M .
"aide. his statistics and It tells not only of G-... '.:J.' i =; ..... ", = Z JIoe: : E;! -

Kails' are on hand to build the switch high prices, but of greater producing- iii tD--, ""' 5- e E. :
--0 :
quality tree. It Is well known that '" .iii. ee4-CZ-
per S ,
'on the -Jupiter A: LaVe: Worth R. R. the GQ ;; M > do5' Ey
of the Interior do not estimate -
'This will be an improvement on an average more than one box :1'. L'J o SJ
Mr Alfred Smith who used to live on per bearing tree, and are satisfied If they 3 t /C'') wo pee Groceries? Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.
Lake,Worth recently brought a bride to realize on an average 91.25 per box. ea. ry =' !d c:> j;.'e ,, ,,
Ills Mme at Jupiter. We give them.our. The number of bearing trees In Bre- i 'Qa F" : -c I call the Attention of th.-People of Indian River to my Stock of
best wishes yard county for the year ending June 80, g e .
1801. was 76,311; the number of boxes, c tD CD :z:= a' a Stapler; FancyGroceries}v Fruit:
IfCapt. G. R. Lyman has been putting 118,182-over a fox and a half per tree. --V And :Food ProductsOf
In some of the lately on his home r; a tTJ [ ,
The price realized was 202,970, or over i 3
here '' All :Kinds.
stead. ITe are no mosquitoes' .. RN
says $2.25 per box. V :!. .. C'a : tI:!
there) How about that I well worth the 0 .. ..: ""'" *
These facts are attention V VV 1 It" Iii Hay Bran Cotton' Seed! Meal
Mr. Albert Laubach and Guy Bradleywere '. of any one-who contemplates coming CD.'E? .. ,. 0 ., -M ,:::; ,
In Hypoloxo lately. The dividingline I to Florida and engaging In orange ,t I, (y. '.. U Oroan lT..d and Wheat y
between Hypoluxo and the Jewels Is culture. As a writer from an Interior I am the only house on Indian Rifer dealing exclusively the above line of
just at Benson Lyman's north line. point said In the Tlm ,.UnWn during the Goods. I buy close, and will sell close.. invite your correspondence solicit+
controversy on this subject last Spring, your patronage. Very, truly a.Xi. .
A north wind to-night. It is cooling "If it Ii true that Indian River oranges JAMES HOLMES; President.ALBKBT :EJ. :EJElA.DY.: : .
rind very pleasant.__Oh for a blue n rth. bring a dollar a box more than those BRETAKD' COUNTY
er again, and dally mall. Dally mall A. TATLOB, Secretary.
| from this section It would pay'UI to
Always comes with winter. GEORGE: !I.. ROBBINS,. WALTER.S.. GRAHAM,
abandon and start
our anew on
Indian River"groves his words trueas STATE INDIAN RIVER V Attorney'a -Law. .AUomey-a-Law.Membera'ot .
.Mrs. Peterson was badly poisoned by were as BANK
It the of Brevani'Aistract_ ; of Title Company.
poison fly probably that makes us gospel abandon ,growers ;
Think to tell\ the people that baking soda the interior to their old<< homes ,

with enough water to dampen It and and 'come to Indian ,River, where they COCOA FLORIDA.Incorporated REAL ESTATE Bobbins & Graham
bound on with a piece of cloth will cure will not only got /50 per cent advance in ;
poison Ivy.VThats price for their product but their trees ::1880.CAPITAL ,,
will average a crop 00 per cent in excessof : .
the matter with the nitre none what they. get In their present loca EXCHANGE
man and his news? Brother Hypo, of tions. : ,
the .S'Mr, listen: 'this has been annusi Facts, like those we have submitted, Paid Vp 920.OOO. ,
i 'mlrabllls; but, 'then, bill pnerl Bones, we are the proper material with which to Authorized; 9100,000 COCOA Indian Rfrer FLA
Lake Worth people think you have We to For Sale List! of Selected. Indian
fill the now Brovard county pamphlet, ;.....- ; ; a: Large Carefully i
cacoe tlics Seri bendl; this Is easns bells; and we hope those having the matter In .
Jt Is contra bonas mores, and cut Bono ACCOUNTS SOLICITED..
charge will consider our suggestion. It .River Properties
Is prompted solely by the Interest we Money tot t Loan at LowestBates.. Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and ,

Order a Suit. .field feel In the development' of our chosen DIRECTORS' ,Exchanged. .Il, (Jnta:for Scdb of'Lands,of the Florida Coast. Line'
J.; P.. Turner A Co. have Just added ? G. S. IL irons, President. Canal Transportation.. Co.. *
of samples for merchant Property JAMES HOLMES, Plce-A Ident. All inquiries wilt be promptly
finest ,
the display Ilockledge
Elegant CP,10TJLi:: : Ya. .lOID'S. .
that it has been our It. B. HO&MES, Cashier. and reliably answered. Fire Insurance
good fortune to see In this country, and We offer offer for sale, at a reasonable ALDU1:' A.t TAYLOR. J. M. SAXDKHS' written in standard". companies at lowest Florida Southeni Railway,.Jacksonville..Tampa A: Kep West Railway Company J .
the are reasonable. With I price, what Is one of .the finest private J. F. WOOTI S' rates. .Landa., Disston Company's.. Indian River Lo&nand Investment Go.,. -
over prices three hundred very samples to select i residences and grove properties in the and other Low Priced Lands.,, '

from., You can leA'fe10ur measure and heart of the Rockledge hammock. Thereare --- oney:: 10 LOa.lk..A.1: : a.y&.on.: ,. a.ncL.1 : .
feet of riverfront
land 105
get Just as nice a fit ax if you personally eight acres of and, shell beach At fen and Twelve per cent, in turns to ,"i'.
bluff ;r artesian
tepnad into your own tailor In New well High, handsome residences and Write for Descriptive Pria List of Carefully Selected Propert_..

:York Suits furnished or Chicago In and from ordered 8 to U your days suit.*tf will bearing not stand orange on grove.our books This many property weeks. The Clyde Steamship Co., :- Address; p. o. box 108i. r.r.itusvil"I11a.. .;

Price, $20,000; half cash; balance may ED'-2iZ.A.RD: : STILIN'G- t'
Circuit Court Jurors. remain on mortgage for five years, at ten .,
.- per cent. Write for particulars to y ,
: Co Indian rRiveFlorida. :
oa .
..uuc.White .
,iO'tf ltQppl(4 ,
The flowing 1 is, l 2st e! the- Juror- .. Dealer to .
drawn to on the grand and petit "
for serve the of the Pekin Ducks. -, ". PAINTS HARDWARE STOVES 'OTARE & A&A1WARR .
the .
Court which eonveneon ,Tuesday A few left, at $3 per pair, delivered InTltunll1 ,
;first day of September. The Sheriff[ deifJres ., Send cash with order. A.S. PLUMBERS' HILL SUPPLIES, OILS,. GLASS A PUTTY TABLE
us to say to those who may be ,off Dickinson, Aurantlaf Fla. 25 _...;11"', A: POCKET: \TT.LERY BARBEIAWIRSWIRE: NE'I'11tNG,, "
| -cow-hunting: when he calls at their ranch, "" "" A WIRE CLQEH.: .,
1,that lift expect thorn to come up"any DOOa.s:: S.lSa: :, :a.x.XNDs, X3kiXI: $,.. '

1 .TV'Ay; the even If they receive of this no other list In noticethau. the Fort Pierce Limo & Cement, Shingles & :Ii' th.. ., ;
ADVOCATE. There Is no doubt the entire Guns, Ammunition and FtohingTaokle cAall kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods;GwicQy .
list of jurors will be on hand, for the Captain Layport arrived here'Sunday :4 Doors, Cook Stoves and R&nges, Gasoline Stoves Cofflsa and Caskets; ,
of the .chance loaded with lumber ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a.Specialty Lawn M wers,Jfo _
average man will glad with the Frost Line, York,1ar1eston ,
to spend a week at the metropolis,drawIng for Mr. Dlt mar." New ;and, Florida Linps. Cream Freezersl.Dd. k. Lime, Cement and
two dollars a day, and availing them- Chimney Pi?.s Flags A Bunting t
of sampling Mr. Bennett and wife left for up the Table and Pocket Cutlery;;: Mouldings, Scroll Wwkt eto.eto..
of the opportunity
selves the amber-colored foamy beverage dispensed river on Monday. He II taking his wife The magnificent : teamshlps of this Line are appointed Catalogues, sample cards and ais.blsta sent free on apf boaUoo. Correspondence
Crabbe home, M she 1s very 11L solicited and estimates furnished iscmIy.WHOLESALE. _
Lesley _
by Messrs. Lewis to sail as follows : '
and Eaton; four more memberslast S. C., BOTH WAYS.

A. B. Carter OBA.ND E. S.JURORS.Hamilton J. P; Saturday-tree. ladles and a gentle CALLING'* AT CHARLESTON.(.TAXDABDTIML) JiwkHtnvUl. ::r O. ,::E"' :I.E. .A. :a:.. V

Tufner; Benj. Shleppy, J. W. Edward man.Mr.. Ben. Shleppy left'on Monday for :From. (l1erli Maw! ,Ie.Y 8.!])rk. 6TRA1R8Prom noridfc
James Mitchell N. Downey; his home in Kansas, for.a short vacation, Mond ..._.Jul1 17th.aU .. si."TEMAsaxnL".9undem. : ... ..... .A.11g. act fUl,, at a& sde a.oo rat.Wed ..11.
tttlUng, J. B. Beach, C. ? Sohoonmaker.E. July; Seth,at I .. ...:..S1tMINOi!! Aug. .... ,
We wish him much enjoyment .. ..... .lROQUOIJ.MThU'da1' Aug. 8th, at 1.00 ,
Ellis B. Nail R. C. : at I _
M. O. .JUI1111."
II. Rice, Friday .
.. ..... A NgtN."......Sunday. Aug. eth at 7.00A.M. : .
3rd,eta M '
'Creech, R. W. Goode, J. McAllister, Mr. Frank ErereU baa about thirty Monda1Aug.Wedn..aa1.4.ug. &thatl.. ......"CJUtROKJiBIN..TuIMl4a1. Aug. 11th. "t .JIII A.N.MMoodij .
"William Boesch and J. W. Rogers. I ousand pineapple slips set out. He Allg. 7th,at I.. M. ..YJMA88Ut.Thunda1.' : ...... Aug.l8th, at 11.000 PAM.Wedne.bayAug.12th. Butter
.. .... .8JUUNO .A.uK. Imh. Tobacco and ltlQs.S..A..N'IPOB.D
Au 10th,a& .. Flour Fancy Speci
J0BOR9. ..
PETIT ,out'more. He Is, t'
.. 15th, a&
still Intends putting .a&1 r. .....;.JaoqUOI'l.L.;' .... .TuMdA1 Aug. gJO .... ; ,
C. T. McBride :E. C. Johnson, C. W. certainly a moat ambitious young man. Aug.34th at' .. ........ALGONQUll ct..Thunda1. .A.11g. Wth, at ,
,Dolton J. O. Simmons. Leonard Griffith, Friday Monda1. Au,.11th,at a .. ......"(;IUtROIOi.!: ;.. ....,he.dei. Aug.85 3t. 9EOA.M.weandayAug.19th .
Saturday ....... th.
C. Mr. J. C., Barnaby left on ,at I r. ......"
3.W. R Knox B. Bidder J. K. Uarri- .. ...... MINoLE... .....Th1lftdAJ, .A.UK. STth a. 10.00 A.II. '
Harbor. He had some dI. Slit, at' 'ax : : P A
Charles ari' for Charlotte Friday .A.D' 30th, at 1.00 P.M.w.duedsyAng.Seth. ? .
: Goldsmith Aug.
rroot ith, Maurioe ......'lBOQUOI8l.8 Dda1.. ,
agreement with his partner, who U'felln Monday Au.IJ.&tha& .. .. .Sop&, lilith, a. 1.30 .
:}: ._'Mlwi. :ad Ed. Holmes.Tn .' .at' .. ... .ALOONQUDI".Tueeda1. Lm .
3rd. at A lLMoaday.
I the north. We are sorry to lose him, as ,. MIa,a&3 r. M."CuixROrtya.Thurndsy' Sept.
Tn J'rilley .. ........y2V& "'Ii.8wuIa1. lep&' Ith, a. 0.00 .
hard-working ,
be was:a most energetic, .A.u'I.e at3 BUTTER & CHEESE in Cold. Storage.
: > John Carpenter, of Wand.Ind. man-Just the kind we want.here.
tYMyil "I tried Chamberlain's." Colic, thought ladles were St. Johns River Line.Fort .
I never young
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and for so timid until Sunday,when a poor little The Only Cold Storage in South Florida. Correspondence respectfully
diarrhcoa and
severe '
cramps out of a bureau, Enterpriseand Points On
with the best to come Sanford
la the stomach and bowels frightened lady so much that .. .. solicited.
results. In the worst cases I never had young commenced the St. Johns River. : '
she mounted a box and .
to give more than the third dose to ef .
fad a cure. In moat cases one dose will screaming CONTRACTS TOBACCOS -SOAPS t PEARLINE
,do. Besides Its other good qualities it ,Whilst rambling around on Sunday, I Steamer uEVERGLADE"Leane ,
It pleasant to take 25 and 50 cent came across a very queer advertisement. JteluoiiTUIe for B&nf ord,Sunday,Tuesdays m4 Thursdays,M J JO T.M. lteUrao 19m1-3mo
bottles for sale by Ilion: A: Gray.Indianola. It was posted in big letters, on an empty. lug,tears 8&nX ord Mondays,Wednecdajn and Friday*,at 10 A.M.
house mil Hotel; to rent. Applyto Steam.er"W'ELAK.AiPiP
Sandfly Jim. Evidently, the person .
Returning leaves GEO.
who put It there most have a spite Sanford Leavss 8UDday.ud Jacksonville for Sanford. u 7,00)(ooda.ud A.M. Fridays, at.a.ao 1'.11.

against sandfties. The above.teameR are etwtu3 with I.nklul accommodation for passengers, and U- ...
table wW be suypltal wita best ia aAsGeneralpassengerandTloketOffiCe,88.
We are having ,very pleasant weather Mr. Harvey had a narrow escape of his .. '
W. Bay St., Jacksonville. RECEIVERS OF I
here now life last week. Whilst getting out of his
boat Into the river. Where it waa, about 1".IBONMOMOKB.Jr: Floelderueengae AmilUH Weal Bay St.JatkaouTlUe,Fla.
)lr. A, Hlldreth baa left for his home three feet deep, his feet got tangled In ,,. F. OGDEN FAY, 1raveling1sa.esgar Agent.6Bowling:Orson,!>.W, York..
in Ohio. and be-could not get and J.O. FrelghAgwt OQ wbarf.ruot Hopa 8t1'OO".racDoATlIIe Fla.JOHN
the ropM.- up LTHOWAHD.Fli Freight igent.foot Laura 8t1'OO&JacboDY1I1e.J'1a. ORANGES LEMONS BANANAS
Mr. Koerger has his new house fin had it not been for the timely; assistance J.A.LI 8LIE.Superintendent.Xoo Laura 8t1'OO"JactaonvUU.FU.fiSSR .
ished. of Mr. B. F. Shleppy he would have Certainly TH EO.O.EGER Traftlo ,'Dowllllg Oren New York. ,
Jlownng New York.
drowned. XAR.8I1ALL H. : Manager,
Mr, John Waller was down 11altlnB'hllt v
er a few days last week. WM. P., CLYDE & CO., GenM Agents., ..E ...N'D G-B.A.PES,

There dance at 'During the epidemic of flux In this rkdUd.IpbU. B Bowling Or....New Tork.U .
was a very pleasant 1) South WhftrvM.
Mr, and Mrs. Dan LaRoche's last week. county last summer, I had hard work to
264 { New York.We -
keep a supply Chamberlain's, Colic, Washington Street .
.Mrs S. J. Fields returned home Saturday cholera and Dlarrhoaa Remedy on hand.

from her visit to TltusvUle and People often came ten or twelve miles In :tNCJ.A.N: RIVER: I3OTEL: .,
Mlms. the night to get a bottle of the Remedy.
Mr, and Mrs Frank LaRoche were I have been selling patent medicine for Issue'WEEKLY PRICE LIST, and shall be pleased to forward it to you
Born spending Sunday with Mr. aDdIra. the last ten years and find that it has r R TITUSVILLE on receipt of a postal card.
given better satisfaction cases of diarrhoea x
MlotMr. Stencils Furnished on application. *
and flux:, than any other medicine
James LaRoche and family have I I have ever handled: H. BKITHAM' Indian River, Reference. : Wholesale Fruit Trade of the country.

moved down to the Narrows for the' Druggist, Goloonda, Fops Co., 111. Over Fla.' jaIylT3moRICHARD
winter. five hundred bottles of this remedywere p r'V 9
sold In that county during the epl- W. GOODE. JAMES T. HOGG.
Mr, a O. Blyth was down In his hammock
one day last week*and killed avery demlo referred to. It was a perfect success jj1' I. M. MABBETTE,
that did
and was the only remedy
large rattlesnake .
Florida Rea-1 Estate
cure the worst cases. Dozens of persona PBOPB. Exchange
Min Fannie Senders and Miss JJnle there will certify that it saved their lives. ,
English were down spending part of last In four other epidemics of bowel com
week with Mrs C. a Blyth.Pineapple plaint this Remedy has been equally successful. Open All The Year. MELBOURNE. Brevard Co., FLA.
82 and 50 cent bottles for sale ,m *. > t *> "I .

M i M I > Otd few minutes'walk BESma1S.
Lands 1 1 work from Railway depot TAXES -

For ..Ie. some of the finest pineapple -Why send your Job oat of the and Steamboat landings. CONTRACTS TAKEN FOR SETTING OUT ORANGE GROVES. AND

lands In the county large or small mote'' county when you can get it done neatly; Oa the banks of the PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS.'

to suit buyers. For particulars address cheaply and expeditionsly at the ADVO- fss-famed Indian River. Indian River Lands a specialty. Parties wishing to Invest, or harin* laude for

Good A; Hogg, Melbourne Fla, M CAT office 1 sale would do well to correspond with as.


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