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East Coast advocate
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 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: August 28, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 34175701
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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AURANTIA OAK HILL, HEATH, HARTLAND, AVER1LLTILLMJLN, AlE .wOfT T. CITY. POINT; MERRITT: ; 'ORCHID, ENDS, FIGULUS, JEWEL, OAK LAWK."Vol.,3. ,, : y:, :



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Range of .Temperature -Yr. Robert Morrow has been- ,oiv; a Found, a silk handkerchief on bight I 1 :",.-:,yr. and Mrs: Albert Mgruder"of SHEETS-PADDISON favorite, and is largely possessed> of: that llwe'" .... 4 I"'Ir

la TltMTllU trip! tq DeLand this week of the wedding.. .Owner can bit, .,same Rocklodge, were in town on Wednesday.the lovely and ladylike disposition that' ;1-,
made her her iiniBW" '
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For the week),ending last night' Aug. -Wanted, 1,000 boxes of lemons. byJ. by'applying. at AD'TOOATB office.. .. ,- ."; ,ADVOCATE atDr.8crevon's.. .. one friendsr so popular The groom among Is ft,'p!;mIDel&''. ::r.. ...' ..ti'-_

27, 1801,.Compared with that of the S.,Watson Co. 13 -The name-an .dato slip pasted .at !!ve Cents per copy. 1 Hippy union of Hands and Hearts itTitisiille business man of Fayettvllle;, and is bight? "'" '
the '''head .of this' or on:rapper, .4r. :-C. Robinson of Sacom New ly respected in that North Carolina town;
has ,
corresponding.treek |hi 1SW Recordedat -.4r. Wm. Treutler; of Eau Game, paper < Church. where ha has a large circle of friends. .

the U. S. Weather Bureau office., Ti- been spending a day or so .in town this tolls you the date. your subscription .e][1 1' e1\COt was In town Saturday Presbyterian,. The bride, who was 21 years of aroint.

tusvlllel: -' y week. pired. .. wBorn to Mr. and Mrs A. T. Feas- her wedding day, was dressed in ft Tbeasvttful i 1-

Max. Mia. Max. Mln -The Florida Agricultural College has I ier on Friday last a boy. W.IMm the costume of nuns veiling and la*. ... Day -Judge M. S.;Jones left here for Palattia Cupid's Arrow tMcrccs the Heart and ribbons-with Orange: blossoms .' aC: ', '
1880.* vovsT. .90 1801.78 on Saturday;mornlng's train, to' attend .. sold the college.building and' lot, at Eau: inbtber: : and child are doing well. Mr.sestet of,the above Loving Couple.' other flowers 'Interspersed; and bridal;; ,:,"' l ...... .
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21 2288.: :74 .91 76 to a little law; bn&lness. Gallie, to Mr. W H. H.>., Gleason, for r II 'popular young storekeeperborn veil;,while the groom wore the conventional I
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J3 t81'89 75 74- 88 87 .81 76 -Stop at the Travelers Hotel when you $2,000.Messrs;Egan brothers, in compan,. over and has the received event many congratulations A- Beautiful Asrvlat l\[ a large Ass mbl... The black happy couple n left. hero on: 'yestw ,. r: '

Jacksonville under the day morning's train for Jacksonville moA,
to.
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go and nandsonui !Hoon Uon'.
88 14 .87 76 J
26.88 25 74 87 77 of Burton K. Barn. See advt. on with Capt. Harold' S. MacLalno, started r7e had the pleasure of meeting ColonetPendleton .. St, Augustine, a They circle''of friend*,'>
for Eden on Saturday. .Mr, Egan I II goIng -i proprietor of that popular seeing them off./ expect'to arrlv*
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E. LAX: O1Jtt x:, Observer.XOGAL : ,to plant twenty. acres.In pineapple,: Journal\ the Equator-DeM;.Jpubrllshjd : AAiv ,xyixr or CON8I1> .un.& 'MPonT-_ at their home In F yettvtlle'N.'C.,one '
-Mr. J. J. Flannery, of Clifton, has, Saturday. The bride was, dressed i* *? -
'. boon on a week's visit; to a friend at Fer- slips. I afkey:West* on' Tuesday,..morning. .ANC& Iii TIT11svtt.La traveling costume of grey HenrieMI', ;. f' '
-Mrs. J. U: Phillips; of Melbourne j The Colonel had arrived inJacksonville trimmed with silk. ,
just grey
*; Was t1 wedding, on Wednesday, evo-
nandlna, and returned here Tuesday eranlng. -
NEWS.Society to have the best wishes" of 'tbb'Au
came on Monday's steamer spend They -
l up and was paying his res*
ping, the 2Ctb, of Aug.: 1391, of Mr.WlllS.
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a few days with her daughter, Mrs. C..M.: : I 'pectf to Colonel Merrill, the Indefatigable TOO T1I: for a long life of .health. wealth.. -
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Sheets Fayetlevill: North Carolina and prosperity.tax.- ,.
-:For Sale or rent, boatyard,, shop; Horton, who has not yet recovered from and well-known editor of the Florida. to oneofTltusville'afatreet of 'maidens .pvjtftrm.' .
ral Oowlp in eonnctlomwith : ,., .
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lodlaa BlT r and lk Worth aee- dwelling-house, marine ways" and entire her illnessII. .. Stmidard; ->-Mtss Katie Paddlson, second daughterof Among' the numerous articles : 'tloaidnrinxpMtwvek. Brief mention ofIntortaUnK business, al Cocoa. For terms, apply to.F. C. star ic, of Malabar, who has played we noticed the following ,' '.
? dyanted, you'all to know that J. .8. Captain lLf. Paddlion, of this place, f'
A hand table fat'
K .nU| About People Ton E. Joyner, Cocoa Brevard Co., Fla.204t finished his pineapple Contract, hM.now < painted scarf and >: .
Wation A'P at ardmthand with tv whall wsjB-icnown In Jacksonville Mid
ft % Miss Annie .
given by Stanford.Sparta .
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.'.and Peopl. Ton. Don't Know+ first- '
Know s
'Vlnl builder and received r l'
-Mr. L. J. n.: nn a large consignment qf 7
rtokcd by Our Bocl.ty Editor. 11 no T of garden saeA. 'Yoa', will iftve eHewher..., Ga. Silver salt and pepper service, X"w .
up contractor, who has been in Texas during class Havana tobacco, and is prepared to mabey .and disappointment by .seeing The Interest centered In this event extended tor Charlie Chambers, St Loplsr )lei. ,

jjf the past two years, returned to..town supply domestlo and foreign cigars of rinjm before sending off 'yonr' orders. far beyond that of Miss Piwldl- Handsome. fan, Mrs. Chambe *, At 'i.1IT:; ft r ,
this heading
gyAdvcrtiscmenU under the at the most reasonable is, Mo. Silver card banker 'E' ; ,
ten' line week on Saturday! evening. finest quality, Don't forget that .J,:8, Watson A Co.kiVheadquarters son's own religious sect, for, she,Is not bore, St. Louis' Me.a" ":
are cents per per !. '
-Capt. R. P. Faddlson, started for prices Address, H. C.. Starch, Malabar, for lime, cement planter only widely known on Indian layer, but cream plush sofa pillow,. Miss":Lictta ...:.t'",

XJres Not of to fool rich.men w your should time remind, ,you Jacksonville yesterday,' on' his way'to FJa.. 8'a and hair; 13 universally'p. u1ar. Who GOuld doubt Hicks, Raleigh N.:C. Linen-outfit from .a -I'

If TOO bop to lean behlndlOll New York. and will be away a few -Although an opening of twelve feet Our bearing;:;: m:mind tie chanting young the bride's brother, Mr.' Geo- Paddlsoa. .
old townsman Mr. C.F.Eacott
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WMtlth to make : Silver syrup service, Mr and 11,.. Jh IL, :;.;
.Ttwt will steed to Uu the story weeks. has been made in the ran.aiemba 1t is now In Jacksonville, and expects ,Mrs bride's'1'soodmplishments'and'glancing Lelnbacb, .Salem, ,N, O.: Set of.silver:
Wane Of jour your snort widow,bat dwell busy* life In glory:, -Miss Spratt, of City Point, left here, meat, very little of. the decayed'\:tiver KaOott and Jlttla daughter Marie to ar- at her sweat f M -that what U this happy knives! and forks?:Mr. Harms.LelabaeV' J

On roar(oliWHuiotber's' wu*. Saturday morning, on a visit to her uncle grass has passed through it The cutting tlva there next month. Whlfct comers young gentleman1 gain,'1i a;low,to va. Silver salt and pepper service,: Mlm ,
; in Jacksonville; From there she will of this ') Mary Leinbach, Salem-N. C..' 611.,.. ,
-Mrs. E. L. Brady left here .for Orange opening should: laye.'lee'i lug jrlth him at Pablo Beach,''on,Sunday, her father and mother.. Well may we r*. : \.
Miss
City yesterday, where she has gone go,to the mountains In North Georgia.to commenced earlier before the.gr... w;: ::::1r spoon, Emma JUtobach; 8a-j w3
we Cleaned that he_ still has a tender mark what joy !In a household li a bright; lem, N. C., Gold doKiert poisLlrfeMra.II. : .-' .. .
a: short Visit; ipendthe remainder of the summer. came gush a solid ma e. ,
on feeling'for Indian River, and If ho:could merry, Ting' and' beloved daughter. E. Vogler' and W. E. 'LebEuh l Salem .' -

-Mr;harry Haney, of Fort. Pierce, -Mr. Fcancls, A. Hupperd, manager '''-:The' sharpie. Reckless left here for see his' ,way clear 'to obtain, suitableprsmlsesj Many a time are Ixer"cherry performances N. 0.. hI..tol1e'aet.: fc'.0. ..' ,

.''has been.spending a day.. or"so In 'town of the Equitable Life Assurance Society Pepper Haulover today, with the TollpwIng < ; we believe he may be Indu edt ?of dally duties, her charming naiveia, forks Currier and, New spoonsfrom Jersey.' slfver"Wa': ., 1 ; .

this week. New York, who has offices in OrLyido, party for the ocean,beach t I Mr. and eome to .Titusville'again.. We shall her winning gentleness, her affootlonaU eats. Handkerchief case "'

-.Capt. n. C. Casaidey has gone to was In town this': week,,, doing a fair, Mr. ,.Lorrillard, Capt'and .Mrs. C. F. be glad to welcome them back here, if at ways appreciated more in the old home chiefs and cushion, Bobbins dt.. Graham '

Punts Gorda,'where" he has accepted a justness for his firm.; Fischer, Dr. and Mrs. ''B. L. Wills Miss anjr time they may.decide to return. by' her brothers and sisters when her Sliver, pickle dish,' Jennette,Paddlsoa;:: "

position as ctfmmander of a'tug boat. "Why do so m.ni Indian River people Sue Cuckner' and Mlis-Laura 'Larsen.:: ion-shiny nature is transplanted, to, another ,' Silver spoons, Dr. and Mrs. E. S. 'Wiley.h .
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CYr. One of ABTOOATE staff had the Butter knife, Person. Faddlsoo. :'Silver ;; J
.-Bread U the-"staff of life. Altree's stop at the Travelers', when In Jacksonville :I They expect to get back to-nlght pleasure last Friday afternoon, of examinUg hearth.. And such U We. sugar, spoon,"ADnl. Faddlson..;, Sliver K.fJrOii. ": c'

;yeast cake;;never falls'to make 1. Ask ?" is often asked. -We presumeit I -: Hubert Magruder,. accompanied; <<, In the parlor of .the"Indian River TUX jrurriArs or Mrs,'auJftza.KD: MISS desert spoon,'Mr.. and Mrs.Bdward Len ..7ouritocerfor": them., '23'if, _is,because they. are treated so well, by his :mother,';'Mrs: C.J Bif:Magrudef i, r ': bach, Salem, N. C. ,Silver',,fruit, knives., ,,;. .
'UoUV tb b suatul. made .. 1'ADDiS@
left'' here quilt Jby, theLadlespllt.fMbrleV. ,M. Mrs. M. P. Robblns.. Silver,ladle,.F .V <( '
and made comfortable the on"lyest rlsy-niortJngts '
b7' ;; train .
-Mr. S. F, has been spending' so proprietor Was solemnised.atP o'clock The :?, .
Gray .
L.M.
: a \ Guild, 'whiobwe L-Cornet, Band, ]f. et; "
few, Jacksonville Burton K. B rri. See advertisement for Jacbon Do.. Hubert:was ofQo'9zxford f'reabjtorianchuroiwubrilliantly: lighted I Table Fayette ;,
ma"lU.. Sue .
.da1..In, : attending to were fnforrted would be raffled for at :off ,1)-
various business matters. He 'returned elsewhere in this paper. N. C.;, where Jae'in .tm'aJ. at, t : the decorations, looked, exquisite, things., ; ">V ;, ',- i
college until ,about April next 60o a'chance.. Ut fs-.now to be seen at end the Interior; of. the whole church ''The flan"from ,the Weather Buroaa' '
home on Saturday. --The schooner Cygnus, command: ;; the store of if W.. Rogers A,Co., and weshoul'd presented ft beautiful and picturesque office add from Capt Fischer's recidene* r.
Pineapple :and vegetable land, atTroplc of Capt. H. C. Starok; with the owner, -Mr. and Mrs. W, R' Banders left hereon like our readers to have a'took'at appearance.The were hoisted la honor of the. event '- e

for uJ .' Six hours from THusvllle Mr. J. O. Walton, on board, made a Monday morning, for Jacksonville, on ''it, an4 tike a chance, rostrum organ, church walls ".

; daily steamer Few acres cheap, quick' trip to Tltusvllle on Tuesday The their way north. They.started at, aey n'eJock i -.t;'gentleman writing ns from Satsuma etc.and,other were covered flowers with white beautiful the display roses'of, The: Town:Council -r

now.- Apply to Bobbins$ Graham.'.25tf Cygnus, in company with the schooner Tuesday morning for,Savannah, says: "I wish I had a few ,whiffs of evergreens added considerably to the Held Its regular meeting :yesterday aft '

Mr.'T.; A. Robinson, of City Point, Queen, will probably leave Eau Gallic where they expected to board one of the ozone', from Indian 'River. I think .Pd lovely scone.) Above the spot where ;I tornoon, and transacted large amount r'
for British Bahama Ocean Steamship Co.'s steamers souls met and their of Important business. A ,deed waj 'ro->
who has been a't the ( ) Islands on Monday f New Insects these happy plighted
feel about
away Macon
Atlanta better. Talk on Indian
received for the town park'frem the don-,, e ?
troth arch' of and flowers
York At this an evergreen
And other p1Jce1n Georgia, on.:"a f.wweob't1alt -Tuesday next, The run from city ,they expected. to Rlfcr-by.8t Fault r If we 'had the supported an umbrella 'composed of era thereof, the council having complied '"
returned home Wednesday. Eau Gallie ,to"Tlt1 .lvlUe was made' by meet their son, James, who has been to persevering, gnat in such myriads as various flowers, eto.f while on either with the condition upon which the,. '"

_Mr.:and Mrs. J.. P./Turner'and: littleeon the Cygnus in about four hours.. Calais, Me., and other places. Mr. and here, there would be some'joae to talk side of the,rostrum were.silvered' '"Init- grant was .offered., A'wed was..also: ro1floelvod ,+
-Dade rains Mrs. S. are then going to Saratoga New. laleand "P. for, two; large 'LAarioqpoait.tbe; ,.
stfirtedf County. Frequent have '
their place the ITlUs- about Insects. S.nd1lle.too' and
oa '
: ; JllOIoo House
port Naugatnck Conn. Long before* the appointed hour- Court and adjoining the ofao* of, ,
borough about 11 o'clock Wednesday changed matters materially Orangeand eto.t'retprningto quI oesl 1 I always understood that only while-Nature's voices, la m1 tlo'harmony Bobbins A Graham. Th* town prwporty 1 *' :

morning, and are expected back todayor lime trees are in second bloom. Indian River ia October. the p x>r, harmless; male was found on chanted a vesper hymn-the church I will face the Court flouts, for De.)11I1"4

tomorrow, FruIt is set again, and a late.crop U Insured -Mr..8. N. Gladwln, of the firm of the 8):. John's, but I find the female Just began to fill rapidly, aDd hosts of waitIng 'dred and sixty feet, andf-wHlprove; ;.to..
Rose Pineapple shipments are about Wetmore A Gladwln, of this place, who fun of Ihe ; expectant, and loving friends were nest excellent location for eHy balMingn :: .'
and 1s 'riv
-TbeMiuee Bertie Johnson as humanlty as on our i all Impatience for the arrival of the' bridal some da1. Owing to'certafn compile. a.
of Klssimmee, who have been on a over, crop was quite large, and demand has been on a six weeks' visit to; his er, and requires just as much activity to pair. The building was filled to its tfons affecting the title to these lots,and '.:, .-

visit to their uncle and aunt-'Mr. 'and and prices far better than usual.- The mother, In Hlgganom, Conn., whom ,be ,escape her searching advances. I utmost capacity-every nook and corner pressure, owing to an overdue mortgage,: oir ;;

Mrs. Mabbette-during the put two culture of pineapples Is claiming much has not seen for the past thirteen years, -HI..Lena Gardner of the .being filled with friends, fully testifyingto IDS town'was enabled1 to?secure;fheso I :}; .
one
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than ever before arrived In Jacksonville board the the popularity of Ills PaddUon, who lots at $08.73r or led than'oiMvlialf they'J" -
attention more ; and on
months returned home much '
; today, brightest JouDg1adlea of Tltusvllle, left was abOut to take upon herself the mar value Aa ordinance"was,.passed-'ex.s j 'f .t
pleased with their stay Tltusvllle.. > many new plantations being set out. steamer Seminole, at 11:SO Tuesday for Jacksonville, on Monday morning, to riage' 'ow emptIng the plant of the Atfitntie- Coast; ,-i: ,

Dui old friend, Mr. S. M. Lorimler, Florida Monthly Bulletin morning after a rather rough passage take the Clyde line for the North.. She Promptly at do'elock same fourth the Ice, Fish and, Conning Co-.from- town '. 0f
Is -Wanted all the Indian from New York. He started for Palat. strains of the wedding march from Men taxes for ten years Another ordNnaac*., ,
now occupying a responsible positionin growers on expects to be absent'for several years
the delsohn, with Mrs. F. S. Thomas as Increasing the salary of the:Ifoyor, was .
River to know that J. S. Watson A Co. ia same day, arriving In. Titus villa
the XI Modelo Cigar Manufactory, are State agents for Thompson A Ed evening well which period will .be employed in com organist, and in filed the following-Dr. also passed. 'The right to .construct ', ;
Wednesday
Jacksonville, and we were glad to have wards' Fertilizers, and they keep on pleased with pleting her education at a seminary near W. 8. Graham and Mrs. M P. Bobbins, track.on DeLeoa street,,a* for'south ft*
ill northern trlphWantedmonel Mr. Gov F Faddlson and his mother Pine street;:was granted to:te J.,.T.A
a little chat with him at the above place land, direct 'from Chicago, in car lots, Rochester. Miss Lena was accompanied ,

this week. lie ,was looking quite"wen blood and bone, blood, bone and potash to loan on absolutesafe by her father, A. 0. Gardner, the well Mr.and and Annie Mrs.Faddlson Goo. )(,.'and Bobbins the bride, Jeanette lean- amending K. W. Sy?'.the COif town aad revenn another, ordiaaaco ordinance. c'-

and hearty orange tree food vegetable manure, anlphate real estate. security. Ten per cent. known merchant, who will embrace the Ing upon the arm of her father who was aJeo.JlUMd; and appears hr.our ad; '
Mr. potash, ashes, tobacco stems, cotton tree of all expenses, obtained for lender. down east aisle white' the vertlsing columns latter'ordlnsiaoa
A. S. S. Grant, of Indlanola, seed meal and everything in the fer- opportunity to. combine business with marched the ; ; A
Sobblns 4 Graham. 2StfMr. west aisle taken by Mr.C O'II.Walton is of special interest to- liquor dealers" .{
was }
who has been spending a week or so-at tiller line, and as cheap as you can get pleasure, and purchase a new stock of '
and dentists.
and Muter Person Faddlsoa follow lawyers : Th
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the Travelers, Jacksonville, returned to hl Jacksonville. Write them for prices W. D. :Edwards, of-Eden: came goods while in Gotham. While in Jacksonville ed by! the groom and his best man, Mr.F. committee was directed to ascertain; ordiMaeo the

his home at the above place ,on Tues and see for yourselves. 13 up to town on Wednesday, to attend to they spent Monday evening with W. Foushee, who arrived from Fayettvllle cost having the town .ordroaece* 're .,


day's steamer. He was suffering froman '-From the contents of a notice poet. business matters, and will return .soon Mr. sod,iMm. V. M. Ironmonger. The N. C., that evening. vised and a number of.copies printed.''

attack of chills and fever, and ed upon, court house door we learn as he can get a fair wind. He did not steamer Yemsisee, with Mr. and Miss THE PABTT WEB MET AT TOT ALTAB The report of the Marshal showed that
till had been
collected
thought a change would do him good. that the steamer Georgians, of the Indian tall! to subscribe for the ADTOOATX whilein Gardner, and her jovial-looking and By the Rev. H Kelgwln Syuodlcal past two months. Mayor front Wllsoa fines Is ia the davolopln -.

River Steamboat Comfy, has been town. obliging captain on deck giving Missionary, of Orlando, and after rang
Don't wear ripped coats and pants, themselves ?great ability as n public financier. q
when you can get them mended so cheaply evied upon by J. Eo Bowman as deputy -Mr. H. A, Hodges, theSatsumalum- orders and bidding adieu to one of ing and groom who oa stood either beneath side of the the bride fioraI The Mayor was dl.wtetedt' when. 'Issuing .
AX collector and is advertised to be sold tar merchant who has just returned the ADVOCATB staff left the his call for the cosatng .*,IoD 0(
I win make and mend at a reasonable Clyde arch and umbrella (which, we presume town officers to ado MbraTf u.. .
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price, and 1 wish to solicit the patronage for unpaid taxes due the State. and county from! Chicago and other place, when be wharf precisely at 8:35 a. nu ,.. Is symbolical of-"Well may they tioa of wh.ther or not stock shall bo ane Allowed *-

of any who, wish to have such by the L R. 8. Co., The date fixed baa been ordering new and Improved -rOne of the ADVOCAT staff, while be sheltered through Ufe Inmost,") the reverend feliciti- to run at large Ira futUJe.- _'

work done. Mrs. 8. J. Young. 8tfMr. for sale is the ant Monday September.It machinery for Us saw mill, to meet the with our late Indian Ricer Steamboat gentleman one manner performed, the beautiful marriage service Th election occur on the fourth ....

and B. B. Pope, of Jacksonville, is probable the matter will either be demand of the times, -was la town oa aupe.uteDdeDt'Capt. W..B Watson, on that united these two loving iearts beep Monday so bitter la October.la their somplslats Those who about, kayo'

cousins 'of Mis* Laura Lorimler, have adjusted with the collector, or an injunction Wednesday, doing business for his firm. Tuesday, at his residence la Jacksonville Arras THE C&UMOn' depredations of stock will aow have.*a

rented a neat little cottage at Pablo restraining him from making ':Many of our townspeople will regret discovered the fact that he would The handsome couple and part/ started .- opportunity; to go tn and win the fight. '<<1 1n. I'i.
tale procured before the date named. for the home of Captain and .Mr*. R. next regular meeting will ooonr en
Beach. Mrs. Pope was always a favorite to learn that Mrs. Chas. Sweet will be like to be on Indian River again, Inhaling
P. Paddison father and menthes th* fourth Thursday la
of the SepteaOxa.Mr.
when in TItusville, and we were pleased -Conductor Frank yillereU, who was unable to take the position of assistant the cool breezeM In fact he likes brlde.where congratulations of the tapa.Urand ,

to meet her again at Pablo, on Sunday supposed to have been killed in a recent schoolmistress of the '11tl .vm. school. this section so much that he feels 'disposed a few friends were most heartily received. J, G. McDuineoi: LakQ Worta..

last Both were present at the ball atthe raOway.aecident was met on Bay street, She Informed as, while ia Enterprise. last to exchange or sell his property This hospitable home looked Is ia town today.Circuit t l

Pablo pavOUan, on Saturday night Jacksonville, Saturday evening, by an Saturday, that so much iafluea- was Jackson nil*for some on Indian River brilliant on this occasion, with one of Court convenes pa Tuesftt** ..- (
Its tables loaded dow with beautiful -'- ---- -
last. AOTOOATX reporter. Frank was limpIng brought to bear upon hop'as weld:'M offering Will eondftctias the Indiaa River and costly presents next, the 1st pros .
numbering
over oae .
Considering how near Pablo Beachis along by the aid of two crutches,and her much higher wages, that she Steamdoat Co.'s affairs la Tltusvllle, he hundred while the sweet fragrance of from-Mr.his Raaso returned last Fridar- .. 1

to Jacksonville, we were surprised, on his foot, which was badly''.....hed, was had decided to take a position at the said that some of the people! ,who spokeso the lovely roses around the rooms fined two weeks trip down thortfMesus ,', .

securely encased in plaster:: of Paris and New Smyrna school. She has many disparagingly of him would not have couple the -who showering would kisses ort the fair Smyrna- two, Braasoa of |;lie Jupiter and Jt'LfIa.s&JbC i f
embark .
Jacksonvilla's ftdaff'j. He said he would be unable kindly, reeoUectiocs of Tltosville, and appeared done so had they known how many mas. their honeymoon. soon sps j jTBK Crew are la towa today .. ; I-

tea unlock train was fairly crowded to do anything for the next twelvemonths to be sorry at the turn things had ten be bad, that time, to please; and surras TAX&B, ; -Mrs, Chas. Sweet at the &

they made a meagre show when scattered and that be was going to bring taken However, as her mother' resides. some aUowaot* should be mad on that I To which were Invited only the mem exaaviaatioa, received a StaU'ruacu .7

along the beautiful beach. The an action. against the railway company at Daytona, she will, no doubt be account However personally he bad ben of the family and a few welVknowa anthorUing the Stat for her the next to tbsch'' anywhere_ *. f J 1

Ocean House, VT the management 01 for $23,000. Frank, who left for his more at home Ia New Smyrna. Still not the slightest in-foeBng against any- friends was tastefully and temptingly 1T'1ean. >

Mr, rieming,. with Mr. Anderson as home U Atlanta, Oa', oa Monday said her many friends will bYgUd to,s"* her opt oa Indian River,and hoped to make I arranged UM good, and It of was this ladea with most 01 Pineapple Lan aJ Plneag*. I
I. things life to all
which
clerk, appeared to be doing a good business. he hoped to pay Titusvfll a visit as soon when she fuel disposed to pay TltosviUe this 889 tioa his .Laasn. at some futureperiod. did.ample Justice. LandaU '

If Indian Blverltes going to Jacksonville u hs Is able to get around and win be a visit SheW Enterprise- for-tor mo I Tbt.captain, still has quite a Tan sawn AND aaooM. laud loathe} of the finest pluapP \

would take trip to Pablo they glad to see all his old friends la this.MOo ther's home ia Daytona *u Saturday few friends" OB Indian River, who would The bride is a young lady not only of to suit buJ'ere. or & add;
J'ot'partl4clan
would not regret It. tlon when he arrives. morning. I be DkftftoJ to No him Jetdt-.. rare $MoompUshmeats ,but; a general deeds H ogg. 1Ce1bOUI1UJ)Ka. ..;tit'

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with of "'A FOREST KING. Fisn-natohlns, in the CUads. '$65 OUR SILVER QUEEN '$65
Europe swarms, agent
no Advocato.d A walcbful observer tint l s strives to
.Hast? Coast a American gun companies trying to Milnrras '. !-"Jp of fishes I* It possible *nft-eUMi BUMy with Silver-plated' Dash Rail, Seat
for the
in ViUlcIpatloii of a general war account phenomenon *. Rail, Handles. Hub Bands and.Shaft. Tip, for above price?
next Hauling a Big Tree Trunk Across which are sometimes seen to fall from tr '
?ORIPA. year.An tr'i; n > t1 nz
clouds
11TUSVIL>it t the
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the Continent. : 0 tof III :v
'- establishment i* to be opened in "May it,not probably .be that fishes w> .< > <11I n
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As many as I00 people are said to ** London for the tale of American trot ':; and frogs which fall apparently from .. "" W p "III f Cff

,lynehed" In the United State yearly tore and road'Wagoll'. American trotters It Will 'S I'VO as a Counter the skies are really bred'there Water ::E 0 ,0 0 W n

,- are quite the fad. the World's Fair. fowl, it Is known, very frequently o 0<< 0 :z Z a
Onyx li In danger of long\ tie special :z Z
of fish to distances
carry egg great -
'value, predict the Chicago Herald. Betide ..Somebody of a statistical turn of Prostrated ground tof
divestedof
on in
having swallowed them, and tr III -
the great deposits discovered. In hit ad fiat made ft count 'of the giant his regalia w m >
stately of leaves disgorging )
green their flight the lime unharmed z a a m $ :u
Missouri extensive layers have been found trees in California, and reports that ti
and gnarled brandies there lies in tho where they can and do fructify D; III
o 0 0
1 la.Smyth County, Virginia. here are exactly! 2675 of them. & Northwestern t; .
Chicago yards ,verItable and mature In water over which these ,

England es spend 110)000; ,. ,.. king of the forest. Wlie'n the birds pas*. The eggs of many old'. lXI < v mAaz: : .... I"'
3 (/)
Missouri outstripping Kentucky lathe 000 a your on her public( schools. Chicago k Northwestern through fish are glutinous and readily adhereto ... r
raising business asserts the Write for our New SO pane Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles.
itocfc. freight train pulled into Chlcago'fromPortland
"
"More public school, less royalty, substances brought, in contact with AddressSOUTHERN 4.
New York World In former day all sententiously observe the Washington the biggest single piece of them during particular times of their '

the beet hone and mules fame from the Slaf..It' Umber that over made transcontinental incubation. Is it not very probablethat BUGGY CO.

(Clue Grow State, bat the condition trip reposed npon throe flat'card not only do these birds conveyova CINCINNATI r OHIO U. S. A.

have changed, and now, the World says, i h interesting to learn that Undo which mado a portion of the .train' upon their wings as .well as In

[the best" stock obtainable. I* to be found Sam supplies pillows and mattresses Covered with a gigantic tarpaulin the their crops, and when flying.. at great

In :Missouri. for tho Indium to recline on. They enormous tree trunk looked like some heights the ova becoming detached
nro furnished to the Indian office by a
'- leviathan monster. Tho arrival of '
from tho wings, remain Impend-
Truly we. are .an enterpnsing people, Chicago holt e. may
the treoJn this city heralds a now: Industry ed in the moist atmosphere which Is
.
the New York T, bIlM. A '
nclalms]
and illustrate .triumphin ata.
a now quite possible under certain conditions e et
United I fA .
States
.The << young yet but .
I to
California man already taking steps S
( it leads, the wOl'hllnltll libraries. The railroad engineering. .It came of atmospherical pressure, and that idttthlttll'I
hotel the shore of the a I>
;erect a on new
libraries all tie way from the Picifle! coast on when under development they become 9s91ssstlstllt199flE6i .
'and'mYlteriou.lake which has appeared public of all Kuropo lJUL'to- i : .
three flat cars. The timber was fastened too heavy and naturally fall to tho
vol.IIlIIe'l
about ;
In Southern California, and will soon be gellicr contain 21,000,000 8B ill
ending out circular announcing good ) ,lhogo 'of this country ,contain to the front and rear cars by earth, as frequently witnessed? When d sit fd6h6
bolsters, through which were passed consider the scoria ashes ; .
bathing, banting and fishing.TheNeWOrleans nbout! )) 90.0QO. J we heavy or.
enoitnons center pins three Inches in
from volcanoes, which are upheld for

calls attention Tho Societies for tho Protection of diameter. The. middle car merely months at similar altitudes, we cannot
] Pieayunt Animals in acted all a coupler between the other R ,, ticjNGToiJET000H
Sweden but
and
to the(; caw of a merchant who recently Norway, give some credence to such a, 13
committed suicide because ho was ,Denmark; have petitioned tho Queen cars, and the log was not fastened to theory the above." PIANOFACTORIES

it. The future of this magnificentstick .. ,
tired Of tiobg the same thing over and of Italy to exert her influence. in protecting
the northern birds'' which migrate of timber will be nether prosaic Eggs For Hatching. AND IfVls ', ..
'over every day. The monotony of existence : w0 p ,_t
drove him, to death as the only (10 Italy in winter and arq killed nor useless. It is to be used as a "Nice eggs, ain't they '" said a man

there In vast numbers. counter at the world's fair.. Colonel at Wood River tl\Uonlhe other* day,
adds the. Atlanta
escape' -Monotony, ........J. D. Sopor, was sent West some time ago according to a Providence (R. I.)
under
is inevitable
out
Oontltiution
,A young.American girl from one to select a tree which would be suitable paper, as ho picked up a sample' of -
of
conditions.Tho" division(
present of the' Northern cities so captivated for such a use, and to make' arrangements "hen fruit" from a pall that a follow i'.TERREHAUTE NEWPORT
tabor causes each worker to do the same '
in Ills Ilpyal Highness, the Duke of for its safe delivery In passenger carried. "Yes," respondedthe
the Of 'course
thing everyday year.
It makes life a matter of dull routine, Clarence, "Collars and'Cuff*," that Chicago. After A search .of several owner of the. eggs, "they're pretty

his -mamma, tho Princess of Wales, : weeks he found what 110. was looking good-looking." "Blooded stock," be
have it
but will to or
people accept get !
out.otthe world. has issued order that hereafter she for. It was a white flr' tree, grow continued"but as I.paid only twenty-

will not bo invited to stale function.. ing on the south side of the Cascade two cents for them I guess they
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Mountains in the Siioqualmlo Valley wouldn't hatch." "Why how's that?'
"It 1 U a,'string* condition of affairs," The growth of socialism in the 'old ,
sixty! miles cast of Seattle. said an ignorant city man who stood
laid a member of a charitable association country i* in the estimation of the
A force of went to workat near. "Well, see tho !
In New York City, ;"that while we have Now Orleans 'Times-Democrat t 'ouo'of twelve\ men you replied
once and throo the of man with the ulf these
In days giant egg eggs were
thousands of unemployed men in town the event of modern time The Social
the forest lay the earth. sold for hatching they would fetch
prone upon
,Vho are willing to do any kind of work 1st of Germany number 1,400,000,
Its height was 223 feet and tho lowest something over $1 a baker's dozen,
for the lowest possible wages, farmers and those of Francd 1,000,000. They
limb was 170 feet from the ground. being of blooded stock, but the supply
the Eastern State are complaining that have 104 newspapers with 600,000 sub "
Grtkt care had to bo taken in preserving being greater than the demand they
they aw not ablo to secure sufficient help. scribers.
the butt from breaking. A smaller were sold for eating purposes ,at tho
here era !
dally annoyed blap.
Employers A New York paper figures out that tree was felled, 160 foot'from the foot regular market rato'of' twenty-two Patent -
who applied fat ,
creations) .from capable men, appear ?
anxious' to obtain and who the net result of naturalization in the of the giant and the trunk was broken cents;* The poultry tnihd'othough! ,- .!This It' !one of ths most eonvsni nt eleMor* and business vehicles forth*lawyer,
employment last decade has been to add 106,000 to '143 foot the butt. Then the tp guard against their (tfneM man or farmer on eurtfi. Owing. to the construction of the body
from for
ire to work for enn"1 day. use setting, 111.wry the fame time.," uraftl, and ii! the*.iutom .
willing .a .
/ : Its voting population, made up of trunk was hewed down to a. uniform ; has run a,fine needle through the butt l pltaiurt .r 6u.,_. ftAlo. on 1M _rMC.
/With this have to A WRITTIN GUARANTEE
{ trifling sum they sup- GIVEN ON EACH VEHICLE.
42,433 Germans and German Pole., diameter of four feot. A special sidetrack end (Wh, so as to' just pierce-- the 'ftIt ChI4'lllat t.Llad, sub alt&4W lit 4I\aoW III on ImTVT1 WJtelt I1toII. Aleta YIIIW
port wvea and children ai beat they can! ,
,la unhealthy tenement Farm laborer 26,200 Irish. 16,494 Russian and Austrian was built into the forest by (he inner skin, a trick that does away TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE AND BUGGY CO.Terre Haute, hi

*, 6C03 English and Scotch 4725 Seattle.. Lake Shore & Eastern Railroad effectually with all Lopes of hatchingIt.
get from (18 to $36 a month, with goodboard -
--
( and. lodging. Though married. Italians, the balance being credited to' and tho tree was loaded on thecar. ." This little scheme of the guileless IIIC

,men might not be able" to avail thorn- other nation than those mentioned. .. Then it was started its peril. poultry dealer to keep up the priceof

, elves of these if the one trip east. Great care had to betaken hatching eggs in season was new S
opportunities, single Counterfeit '$2 alive certificates,' RSaH
against accidents The to tho city man but his informant -4
,
;men who are seeking work here would which bear tho portrait of General many '

'go into the country and take advantageof Hancock have caused o much troubleat short railroad curves in the said it was a. practice as old as the r

the chance thus offered, it would give tho Treasury Department that the mountains made transportationvery ..-[Boston Cultivator

''unemployed men with families a better Issue has boon suspended.<< The oxtent dangerous' ., as after being oapG'I r rk
here. An cut off the tree was Houses Built to Last .
;opportunity to secure places of the circulation of tie counterfeit Is s

obstacle to this, of course Is the fact not known, but as they bear close .113 feet in length. Tho roadmasters Longevity is a' characteristic- I I iS r ,t' o

that though single men might be willing resemblance to tho genuine notes, of the different divisions accompanied only of'Ncal Dow's family, but of theI ripme3trohe . .

to do so they have not the means: to take which deceives even experts, their it ns far as their jurisdiction extended houses in which tho Dohavo resided. ( i

>them to the localities where they could withdrawal has been., deemed advis and other railroad officials gave it A Maine gentleman says that :
their personal supervision. S. II. II. Neal Dow Is living in the house built Is the machine that _
get worIc. I think it would be 'a good able. The substitute notes wll] bear THIS oA
Clark Dillon and other by himself, in 1829, and In'which be used In
idea to have a society formed for the pur. tho portrait of the late Secretary Wiu- ,.Sidney prom- the Office, sQuickest
to iucnt railroad men accompanied the has resided ever since his marriage. CINCINNATI Shortestknnd
ipose forwarding unemployed men dom. Court-room and for i
fuming district where there is a scarcity _- _-_-. ___ ___-_ immense log for some distance in, a Tho house in, which he was born, built reporting .

ot laborers, or to establish a farm labor. According* to the New Orleans New special car. The log presents a curious by his father in 1800, is also standing.The lectures and sermons. Compartment and Pullman Palau

len' agency It-would be a practical Delta, a constable at Pueblo Col., had appearance since there aro enough same is true as to tho house In While Its speed is greater than any Sleeping Cars through without change

wharlty) far more satisfactory in res lt.tCan A suit against a railroad for $17.60, names carvod and written obit! to which Lls mother was born, built by other' known method it .is so simple making direct connection

many now in vogue." which the company, as railroads usually make a good sized city directory. his grandfather, in the latter part of that any intelligent person can gain a InCENTRALUNIONST. LOUIS

I' LM do, attempted to put off paymentof From the ends several buckets of chip the eighteenth century and that in speed of too or more words per minute And the WEST, and with Througn cu i

hat Just been issued from the till it saw fit to do so. Getting tired have been split off as mementoes. The which his grandmother was born, in five or six weeks, without the lines forCHICAGO
aid of
and the
Prlntlag Office the last annual of being fooled with the constable whole weight is 90,000 pounds, or 45 built by Us greatgrandfather some testimonial, an instructor.sent to all Circulars who mention and NoimmEST.1 I

'report of the United States Life levied on an engine that was attached tons, and there are 23,000 feet of where about, 1740. Each of these this paper. also witli through/car

Saving Service. In this bulky volumeare 'to'a train, and by the time a settlement lumber in the log. Louses, save the last, is standing on lines for DEINOI .

contained the full particular of the could be made a delay of over two The work of.cutting, hauling" etc., he spot whore it was originally built E. T. PIERCE, FiTETTE, OHIO, BUFFALO and and the East

personnel, the expense and the work of hours had been incurred. It 1* safe topredict bas already cost 1300. It will be unloaded and fs still owned in (the family. The I Sole Agent for U. 8. and Canada.. Only one change of oarsORLEANS

:the Service, all which are Interesting u that the next time that constable in the Chicago & Northwestern general himself is over 87, his father

matters;; of record, but that which is of bat an execution against that yards and a temporary shed will then lived to nearly: 96 years of age, the Meridian Jackson., Vickkburir. Points in ,

, interest. to the public generally a railroad will be settled promptly.. be erected over it. Fifty men will greatgrandfather referred to above ____ __ h__ __ TEXAS TUB

brier summary of the operation of the be pat to work trimming and polishing died at over 91. while of two other THE TRAVELERS 'GDAND ia T.

life-savers during the year, 1* to be found Nearly physicians and. well-in it, and each one of the residential ancestors one reached the age of 100 Passenger via this line are afforded as
formed people fonorally now agree, Jacksonville, Florida. excellent: view of Lookout Mountain sad |
on a single page, and may be even more officials of the Chicago sit Northwestern and the other 104.-[Brooklyn Citl-
Historic
date the Brooklyn Citizen that surrounding Scenery.
,briefly stated here By this summary it road will take a plane or a' chisel sou. -

appears that during the year the result American than they were are forty much years more ago.healthy Part and do a few minutes' work in honorof What They Could Do. The Travelers corner Bay and Cedar a O. RAY, a-E. Pas,. Agt, Atlanta

of all the disaster within the scope of the occasion, but their muscular nIl claimed that John Rockefellercould streets, Jacksonville Fla. A new brick 0.
the Service aggregated a* follow: of the'gain is duo to the improvement exertion will not be calculated to give man hotel nearest to all railroad stations and D. J. MULLANEY, DIr. Pass. Agt.
of the country in the way of drainage, every woman and steamboat laodio$ Especially adapted
Number ot disasters... ......... 621 more to improved sanitation In 'cityand damage the timber. After the timber child in the United States $2.and still to transient busme.a Elegantly furnished D G.E WARDS, O. P. sir T. A.,
Value of property involved..., ..t (t&YilFalusoi has been properly squared it will' rooms
be have left the modest sum of $1,000,. single or eu suite. Tableas 0..
property; .m..........lIS,OM,U4 village, bat .most of all to im. polished to the highest possible grade, QUO with which good.a* the best This hotel was built, CINCINNATI.
ValiMof property.lort........,....| .__ proved habits : Nearly all our pop. to start a peanut stand. furnished and operated a* a $3.00 a day
so as to bring out the
in
Vombar ol jpnan Involved....... *a,4M ular amusements now are healthful. graining the William Waldorf Astor could do tho house; rate are now reduced to $2.00 a 'THE

tf amber of per.ow loss.......... ..! 81 Bodily weakness is almost a disgrace wood. Then it will be taken to the same thing while our own dear Jay day, while the service is better than ever.
Shipwrecked person* lucoored. unfashionable eastern cities and exhibited until the Gould could give '1.60 each and han Breakfast from 0 to 9; lunch from 11 :80 NEW LEVER SAFETYThe

station...............i....I._ 181, among men,and Is at Columbian exposition open. After left 18,000,000 with which sink to 8:80; dinner from 5:80 to 7:80. This
the least In fact the to a Is the only hotel in Jacksonville
amber of day succor afforded.. .11,139Humbcr among women. serving
its usefulness a* a. counter at the exposition well for'more water It is regular meals at these
also hours.
of vassal totally tart...... eg athletic young woman begins to besought stated All others
is over the timber.will bo re. that Mr. Jones and Mr. Brown, who are at least 9ne hour later. Use the
This Is the record of but after.
single
a rrareler
year the
turned to the Chicago &Northwestern work ten Lours each omnibus ticket save S3
1 and it Is one of magnificent courage a day, can only tents each way.BURTON.
heroism( endurance and: usefulness. That The exhibit ot the agricultural ex. Railroad Company.by which it will be give their wives $4.60 once a year, .... /
t stations of the used for decorating the interior of and Mr.. K. BARR8
(tot all\ the year since the Service; was es.tabUahtdlrt > pen men United States' Smith, who works from 6 a. ,

' 1871, i* as foUown.Hurabtrof promises to be not one of the laist ln. Herald.some of its new coaches.-[Chicusro. m. to 6 p. m. upon a section of' the 10 Proprietor.

cresting features of the Chicago Exposition railroad at 'L 10 per day.and _
. supports -- -
dUutars....to.,...?. 4,923 --
Value of:V eutt...,.,.............tS3.473.lM One portion of tho pro- In Old Venetian Ship Laanchla I ?. a wife and five small children, says ho d -s4fae :

Value pt argues....'.............,
'of V> vert7 bt.oJnd..ISI,71D.T" attract general attention, is au experi- Venice Arsenal, Lai'arranged that squandered a cent.-[Buffalo Truth. *

Value of\>ropertr aaved.........100,833,077 ment station in operation, with its Instead of the Sicjlla being baptisedin Ex-Assistant .Cashier Lawrence The PERFECTION of SIMPtlClT.
Value of p oP.rtllod............tJ1.IO:. 6T Banana flour. Gets Seven Years. and ECONOMY of POWER.fo
Hnmfaer of pcron involved..... 2, !60HombarjoXilviMlQtt office, laboratories, etc., illustrating tho usual way by having a bottleof '
The flour i I
made
.............. 801 how the indoor work of a station is champagne broken on Its bows, the from green bananas Lawreocfl Philadelphia, -awlsant..-tchlal': Charles ? CIIAINe. NU Gl

Number.,{>.( Barton tuooorwl...... 1'.1IOS !actually carried on. In another portion ancient custom of the Venetian Re. -not ripe ones. They,are peeped broken Keystone National ca Bank-hler, who of the VARIABLE STROKE,only two wt+

Na bro days'suogpr affordeJ. SQ,33T of the exhibit each station will public shall be revived. That 1... that I sliced and sun-dried, afterward Monday, plead guilty io the United, on.! of Revolving Bearln around

When U is added to this the fact that present,"by means of maps, diagrams, Jilt ring shall be attached to tJ'4I vetel'a *- pounded in a mortar and passed States district court to two Indictments, Beet Hill- Climbing Safety made.and all

daring no alagle year of its existence pictures sets of through coarra sieve. To preservethe charging him with making false entries ia .
publications, eta, a prow ia such a way by the godmother the bank's books and with
baa the Lif-3avinS Service cost the full statement of its ripe bananas they are dipped in conspiracy l T
location equipment that when the ship launched wi-h Gideon W. Marsh, causing the
country a million dollar, the record, Ia lines of work, etc, so that the the rh i shall be the first thing to Ire and dried in the sun, shriveling up bank to make false en ri.., wu on Tues CO

the opinion of the Philadelphia TibffHp visitor can if he desires, follow oat touch the water, Ud fulfilling the under lid operation and lasting somewhat day mornIng sentenced by Judge Diddle H. B. SMITH MACHINE
to
I* very seedy complete and whoUyatkfactory. la detail the history and the work of "wedding of the sea."-[London like figs: The color of the bana Caatem seven jeaw" imprisonment ia the SMITHVILLE
na flour Is dirt, PA1.likouhea.Sc1.eDUA. penitoiU at hard, labor, and ,
I any particular slattoa. hawk AlDen"Iioo ,,. pay a DM of $IuO. and Date. N. J.fi .

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Into the propaganda' fond, it would only .. TRADE,TOPICS; INDIAN I RIVER PRlftERTY' .

ALLIANCE TALKS. be very few ;years when the came would 18. "FB'

% BMMM BBMVMMMSSM ba ia the triumphant country and would every understand agriculturalist,what Dun & Co.'s Past Report Week. for the Tientj Excellent Birgabs .la 1 Heal A

NEWS OF THE ORDER FROM the fight to about and would be a helper. Estate on Indian Biier, Fit.
The following Is It O. Dan A Co.\i '
ALL SECTIONS. a% review of trade for week: ended Aug.. 14. No. 1. The nw of sal of Section 94, .
1'11. tURTLAMDERI iuarattm The prohibition of exports of rye by i 97, sr 87 e 40 acres, oa peninsula! op> OF ALL. XJNDS..
The Is from the Atlanta posits Melborna; pronounced by county .
Items following clipped Russia because of the official declaration .
of
Interest to Alliance Contljtutio and is from Its Dalti- that a famine, is impending has suddenly surveyor to be an excellent: piece of pine. '

men Everywhere.WHAT more correspndont tocnhing the recant affected Iha grain markets of the whole apple land. Price, 180 per acre. Adjoining VAULTS

Alliance meeting In his City t. '. world.. Russia usually azpprU about land to telling*at from (50 to. BANK ,. .
"it was thought they were a lot of fifty million bushels of fIe, and many $75
.it ran AtuurcK nnnt hayseeds coma on a frolic, realizing that reason that other grain in large quantities Ko. 9. Lot 4 of section 24.or t 87, t 40 VAULT DOORS

The Site Tort Fernet print* an ex* their movement was of no political cone will ba required Not enough at Frontsvr'79871 on north shore St. Luoie J..
tended article under the above Intero \- sequence their. ideas worn, bold to be tention paid to the fact that European rl acres; price, $33 perS.
tint beading from which we reproduce a cr: mky, their, methods wrong and them consumption may be greatly reduced by acre. WORKS.OF '
few extracts. Tlra Time ups "It it selves hirdly. worthy of consideration high prices, and specuTstioa goes on the No. 3. Lot 4 of see 25, t 87, f 40 e, STEEL RAIL AND CELL a
growing more Mi more uncertain what That -wtt'i before'th. first convention of theory that avery person mutt haveso 69 02-100 acres, half mile front on south "
the real basis of(be third party mon;! the Farmers' Alliance Baltimore. But many bushels, or there will be starvation. shore of St. Lucie river Excellent: land. IMPROVED CONSTRUCTION. '

Burnt U.to be by the time the national: now that the meeting ha been held, He Before the year is over this notion $i5 per acre. .
campaign of lint year opens. It has strength of::Iha'notetnenl guaged and a will probably be corrected. Wheat roso No. 4. Lot 1, 70 86..100 acres; lot :9, n'

bees *uppo e it Is to acquire any considerable volume, the ounv'eation'gatte a different, ..le..I.taktn. operators at Chicago went down. all in sea SO, t 87, r 40 e. Each lot has s 7p taJ Proof Work. :
would proceed .from the Fanners'. Alliance Sixteen: counties of the twenty Corn rose 61 cent and oats S| cents with quarter of a mile front on St. Lude dyer,, Oa .11 kinds of fire Burglar

but it w'difficult to say .what 'the three wore Well presented by m-. hon small sale* Crop prospects grow and adjoins the extensive: pineappleplantation .,
distinctive Ensue of that organisation is.: oredJa tbeocotia: < II has declared itself on a great variety hail.'They meant business, ant I key transacted once that the coaatry :will will not'"oDI, three lots have a combined frontage of IJEI3OI-T SAFE .

of things, and has adopted two or three it. Mete than this they vuoweJ have enormous supplies of grain, but a three quarters of a mile on very deepwater .
platforms; 'but a new'party?In or r.to that tie Fanner's Alliance is a 'political market for it at good prices. Business and,.pelng situated on the south H. BUTLER "Hi7B ,
gain ritallty and strength, most be power in the state .It was Its influence, improving throughout the north. The shore of the broad St. Lucle, are absolutely W.

devoted Co'some well-d fined obj.ctupouwhick or rather fee lad that they proposed to improvement begins close to the farms free from danger frost., $20 par .
'Iftrgo' number. of people are noaoinata IIr. Frank Brown for governor country merchants are buying morel acre for these three lots in a body, or 'FLORIDA AGEN.rf!
greed. The most 'destinctive leatoreof that made the democratic patty put him *.ly and their purchases are fait by the tM per acre for either lot separately
whit 'is known as the OotU platform forward 118 its banger bctiwr. That it wholesalers, and manufacturers.At This is an exceptional bargainbettei ,:1m :AU N :m ,SO? .. :f ,::m" '
wns >the Sub-Tronaury scheme, 1r./J>not fttldo issue Is tnaita ''apparent by Bo-ton and Philadelphia there is a Investment than the amount requtre.1 to .' *, ,..." .
bIIU< fee Made a political issue. The Alliance endure the rest of the democratic trade. shows some improvement, though Miami, and is. not dependent upon prospective :;;
in overloaded with schemes. De- ticket, and will have more'thsn a fight iron is demoralised. At Cincinnati:: tradeis and perhaps long delayed satisfactory .
aides 'the 8ub-Treesury plan for Govern- ng-ckance! for the control of .tha next: only fair, southern business being transportation facilities. New Y: .rk..City.: .,
mort loans on security non iperisliablo legislature.4* to its influence In fran smaller. At Chicago an increase to notedin No. 5.. Lot 1 of teo 80, t 87, r 40 a. ; a i iv
the for loses land I ingiproctical, legislstsost, the democrnlAc' 44 110 acres, on south shore of St Lucia t 9d- req.
products and. plan on almost every branch e>f trade except JJ: :t... "
Che water front, l' } ..... .. ....
hew is a vague project for a 'system of cooYention recognii'd Farmers' Al4innca cured meat, wheat receipts being five fold river. Quarter mile deep \ -
oo-wperfctive stores and exchanges for the I \ by putting what many men believe over lilt year and money is in'good "de $25 per acre. what'w.
beat'6f the Alliances, and that is quite' '' .'be a frvo silver pUnt in its pt ttOCfUl. mand, though the call dtom 'the country No. 0. Lot 8 ot sec 80, t 87. r 41 e. 8 stn fskhsg a epaatalty{ thla aaaaon of

t'impracticable as the other AS a basis **. is not as great. was expected. At St.' Half mile of rivet front, on north shore oauour PARAGON HARNESS
for 'political cohesion. AkoadytheAI- A writer la tho PtuiAe Rural PrenAllllance Louis business to increasing in almost of St. Lucle river 40 1-10 acres, at $30 Mad of the FiNEST STOCK and tha vary r
liance seriously divided nn the Sub. all line and bundinmaterlall per acre
} Cusli though lumber > BEST
harnaaa
departmentdiscusses Such
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Treasury question.; la faith CsrolinsovlTiltman r i Exchange are dull, aod at Kansas City Bargains N I. 2/S, 4, 0 andO, contain ,
featuretntherdnubtfully
leading r1lea. ing in the aggregate 480 01.100 acre. cannot ba bought for laaa than $25. + ,
( { opposition tot tamest cn4 thoughtful cattle and packing: hides were light and
that '.cheme, and ii Ttscas recently", ben many, ha argues, it seam, that the mem-'cap wheat not moving freely, but general will\ be sold ia a body at $13 per acre.f at retail. But wa era willing, Q
there was an anti-Sub-Tnteury State Alliance -' hal stock" method of> not trade is improving and 'healthy. At ..St.I This is a good chance to'1l1aka 100 In ordar to Introduca It, to 4E

convention, which issued call furs well' fitted for reforss organizatiooG 1M, nob I Paul business is unusually brisk, and cent in less than twelve months.No. Pee SELL ONE SET ONLY bP'
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''D.tionnl'conventlo to be 'held -at St.Loaia well tted to bringing equally benefit to i country merchants are buying freely. 7. Lot lot sec 25, t 87, r 40 ; ,
In. September. tin Virginiathe people! equal terms 'to all. The south la in*.difficult'condition. Tua 124 78.100 acres sad lot. 9 of ssma set, to ona paraon aa aaampla
many
Farmers' Alllanca .appears to It seems, rather upon, by virtue of its -nature: great surplus of cotton lust year and tha 91} acres. One is oa the north and th r foV a
%a devoting itself mainly to to tend inevitably t 1'1 the enrichment Ofa prospect of a* gnly( large crop this other on the south shore of Bt. Lucle $16.50 \er.rwt ay tl''aP r ';
'thwrailroad! question. demands the few without corresponding equal benefit year,' threaten lower prices than the producers river Each lot has.a quarter of n mils I
oreation of a State railroad commission, .to others engaged and inter can stand,,and trade and colleC' frontage on deep water $30 per acre in i' 4 #

,with power to regulate rates fur trans. I ested.many It is a question whether, if Alliance tions are both poor. .. separate lot,. ,No reduction if both lots t e V
portation, and proposes to filolge cindi4a4es I generally adopt the "capital An improvement in iron is felt at Philadelphia are taken. _
for the legislature o*that question.We st', people the order not soon u to better grades, but No. 9 No. 8. Lot 3 of see 24-51 80-100 acres
hear from time to tine thtt the may half mile front St. Lucie river and
find itself in the sane by which tho foundry his been offered $15 for cnsh, on ;
Termers' Alliance of the wect and northwest usefulness of fnfftO trap' organizations In and southern gtitj lorge is selling a.$ 9.* lot 4 of see 88, t 87, r 40 e-'77 acres, S
are laying groat stress upon the free some parts of thecountry have p..evioully 75. The money market.atNow York continues also fronting St. Lucle river. $25 per
ainitge of silver"but no national third been de4t yeJ. Those surely I 'aru' easy au call,and commercial paper acre for either or both lots.
arty can sustain itself as a-aepvarate organization tions of Luitnees..importance to quest tho is rather, more saleable in cthir Nor 0. Lot 4 of see 23, t, 87, r 40 e,

on that ls ue. JTha obvious order, t,> which members shoal I. for eastern cities, but there to It .63 16-100 acres, with quarter- mile fronton ,
fact will ba recognized thatvhatever<8<.- their own sakes, give a little(thought. sense of uneasiness. The treasury\, St. Lucia river; excellent land[ $23 .
fcrtton the silver k to have it ::!'
problem taken in $1,804,000\ moro than it has per acre. -
Bust be nnche'tthrough ,the acUoaf Faulkner County WhreLConwayArk.) paid out but rrjtorts indicate that thjtov'rDmellc a No. 10. Lot 4 of see 8, t 88 r 41 e 8 .

t the regular parties, and nan says: Tho alliance people.of the whole will probably have: to disburse 04-100 acres, with. half mile ,frontago onsoutu THIS 13, ONE OF THE 40 6TYLEO WHICH+ .WE.:MAKE'J '
attampt to draw' off ,a of St. Lucie rlv.r, .opposite'and
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United States are working ,anight and 123,000,000 or more about Sep prong ... '. '
third party upon( this question will ,notgreatly tember lit for 4 bonds wbiun south-westerly from Bros .. '
main for' the reform demanded in the } per cent oft c( ".. .' g'
aid in its settlement and, wftl-notgrw.taa Ocala platform. Never before has thepublio the ,holders d. not offer tat extension. plantation; .superior_ quality land, (_) ,U-7K/v..J 1.1' :*_ _!
; party any power' < a sepArate mind been so profoundly organization.. Th one great national in searching for the truth, scat uiquring while" imports decline largely, the exports Price, $25 per acre () '
iss.a!which the farmer of the. .coun- after the right way aa at present. Aa for two weeks of August have exceeded No. 11. So I or sw t of sec 2't.88s r. -c
try have. the greatest interest io a reform investigation proceed, the sentiment becomes by nearly 19 per cent of the corresponding 41, o, on soutbside of Bt Lade river, two u"z
of the tariff, but that certainly 1.not -to ."hundred back from
moro universal that a third party week last year. la the main yards river; excellent
e 1 malaliiaue be the basis between of a third the party fur it lathe to necessary, and pe>>p:a North South, interior money markets are in fairly coo4 pineapple land. Jonls plantation of 0 K A o

: regular, political Eait end West, who a few mouths ago condition excepting at the south and at Wood. Price $7.50 per sore. "
organizations.has been The Farmers'1 Allianoe were strong party men, are now loud in Philadelphia U Europe is able to tend No. 12. Pineapple land. Lot 9 and *
inen ne'to''this strangely chary of giving piom-) 'itheir demands lor independent political cash for all the food it will require this n e 1 of so i of sec 1'3. t 87, r 40 e, 05 >- *

forms+ and that great question be due la its plat sction. The sub-treasury plan is now year it is probable that.this country,will acres including: a clearing and field of I* i_ ;
to
.thit there may'is a con'actousnaas !the greatest Issue before the country And not lack money Ion;. 10,000 pineapples, set out, on north fork' .... .j
no poldbUity.fa.thir4 the 0'ie on Which the will Business failures occurring 'of St. Lucle river. Price $1,000. '
in fight be mada: throughoutthe Very No. ISIS. STAR OEAR .
it.
'party And it js OPINDLE BODY.
yet ft&1iI1'be 'in ''82." count, duriug last-week number: for little waste land in the tract. HATVUAI.
great issue, for the farmers and if / WOOD runtn, oa "PAIHTCO +j' .
they realize that fact the most ,effective *. the United Staten 202, Canada 23.. Total No., 1U. Lot 4 of sec 14 containing Built on Honor. Entirely different from Cheap Western .
way for thenvto aid in its settlement U The Horn 6rntinal (Wiogo Ky,) say si 227 against 231 last week. 83 acres; and lot 9 of sec 28, containing Work. Llvo Dealers wanted. Territory given' 1.
to give thelr-supporl to the which "!n Australia the government owns the 70 acn s: all Ia t 2D, r 88 e. Very finehammock .,' :
party JUMP '
favors the .policy thit is railroads. It only coils a parson $8.50 i THE WHEAT situated opposite JI'cco, on I .
to their best interests.conducive to ride 1,000 miles there. Commutation -I I Ir ,the,penlnlull; free from frost. Each lot KINCMAN.STURTEVANT| > & LARRABEE to '

Thus Tar them have" been rates for local service are still lower. pauses Pandemonium In the has quarter of mile river front. Th.i -
for thing the malcontents many expedientt A workman can ride to and from his r j New York Stook Exchange. land I. bounded on the north by the recent ) CIRBI16E lID igae uiiDEfls.f! 1
; many "
work distance of 8 miles for of S. F. Gibbs
2 cents a purchase from Jno.
schemes far BEND
BO real issua holding such. them can give together life ,to hut a trip 12 milts for 4 cents, !4 miles for 8 i Dispatches from New York report V.Bsrd, and is about half a mile north of FOR FULL OATALOCtJES, BINGHAMTON, N., Yap } r
miles (that the dealings of the 'produce exchange the celebrated .
cents JO 10 cents. Yearly tickets, place of Smith Bros. .
new party. la fact, the Farmers1 Alliance (
is not yet agreed the advisability good for. ;30 mile tripsare<>11 I for $17.40. were again st fever heat with the One of the finest bodies of land in the -
upon This is the kind of centralization beginning of trade Monday morning. for the .
of a third movement st all. I wear county, excellently adapted ,culture .
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Many of its members and of its State and d: la this country pt centralizes bread There wss an attempt to run a further of oranges, leinoas vegetables or : .

local organizations are opposed to It, and meat Into the mouths of the work.m.ln'l markable radical bull advance movement of Saturday on top of and the It r.- : pineapples. This place: will nut stand on WE ARE IN THE LEAD :"; ,.;)? -:..
children and was
a while others are bettor it. Such divi- clothes on their i our books many days. Speak quick. .. .
ion is fatal to any prospect of strength a in backs. (successful wheat option for, a in short''which tirno.there December Either lot, separate, $37.00 per acre, or FOR FINE QUALITY AND STYLE OF SPRING VENICLEk .....
was the **
for the whole *
$23 trao'.
such that there movement is no vital The f..ue fact with teems which tn ba anew The Blottoat (Te .) JEfetf saysi "The most .act... u.dnlr; ran up 1} cents to No. 18. House and lot in Tilusville, m MOST FOR THE MONET 13 QDB l SOTTO;, '' .' ;.: .
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political be F'fmers' Alllnnco has a grand and noble and September made $1.15. at the corner of.Palm and Julia street, ,
can
party inspired m'ssion. Let it not be {There was great nervousness and a feei BEST .
'and upon which it can gather to itself perverted nor adjoining residence of Wm. M. Brown. :ONE Of
power enough to become formidable. A driven from the line of Its duty. That f Fog that affairs had beed strained. Comprises lot 75 by 93 and the house ii MATERIAL
third party there will doubtless be in the illusion is not necessarily the establishment there came along heavy selling of new style, nicely finished and good as OUILCATALOOltQ -
next national cimpa'gn, M there always of sub treasuries nor aiy other pet tongs larders on foreign account, and local new; Cost $1,800 to build. Known as AND
.is, but when the real agitations of the schemes; but the education of its memo became anxlou They began the lluckaba1retlder.ce. Bottom price ,
canvas have begun the elements ben it ccnnomio quo-tions, and relief (throwing overboard large lines, and $1, 00. WORKMANSHIP ,
heterogeneous FUl'll-
from the burden borne its prices were soon forced down December s
of the Farmers' Alllsaee are likely by members. No. 14. House and lot.'corner of Pine
Financial rtf'irnj should be its watchword 'olliff off to $1.14 and September to and DeSoto streets north
to fall apart and be drawn away to thetwo lost of the LU8TRATE8"WIN
chief parties in the contact, leaving and it should be ever read, to 11.12f. From these figures there were home of George W. Martin. Very largo
"fitful
M force to struggle for the separate ticket. profit bv tho wisdom of others a* developed reactions and much calmer feeling. lot; small, but well built' house, only 8. OUR LINE:
in the discussion uf there "U evidently fear of ,
questions flni-he I a few weeks Cost it
Preoent predictions of the strength of pertaining thereto." Making either the long or the short side sgo. over SMALL .
800. Plastered AND LARGE ORDERS .
and RECEIVE AtOTM
the third party are of little v-ilas for a }land brokers in operating. demanded large throughout, has BEST /
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fireplace
presidential .-. chimney. Price $ 00.
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canvass "powerfuholYOot'l
>f auoh cohesi jn as now seems to urlst." The Tenntssea Alliance has selected *}(margins.A feature No. 13. Hoots and lot, fronting on A BABLPtE JOB WILL CONVINCE YOTJ THA'1' yt, j rWORE'
pecu'iar of the
the executive dealings Broad street in IS THE
following boarJ and delegates Titosvilla Just east of WORK TO BUY. ot' '
liondoy was that at no time '
were prices the home of
to the national council President W. It Knox Fronts 00
TITB PROPAGANDA PCJTD. AUDowell, K. P. Wallace, of Aoderton alike; there being a difference of fully feet on railroad Two houses on the lot -
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The Rational Econtm\tt\ In Itt issue of two cents per bushel at the same moment CARRIAGE
W. F. Owinn, of and A. L property now rented to good tenant at CO.
last wtek, says: The propaganda fund Iimm of Davids Torte in various parts of the pit Iha $7 month. Price 273- bargain -
per $ f
n. memb- great BO. .,
A.TTOTnn.::
ia of beat radical advance has bad
one the moves recently made by of the executive board a look in It. V _.
re-elected
the officers> of tho National were driving out of; the market if ,_:
1* Alliance It being ll-urs Uimms Baxter and Iteesa. exporters who Ho. 16. Fine block of hammock and .
Is popular ia every section of the cun The two new members are Mr. Qwioue for the day are remarkably indifferent pine, just north of town park; beautiful ........,...-. t"'c' .i
f 1 try, and diy brings letters from ;In fact, they are to resell
every for west Tennessee, and Jlr. Carson for. stttmptiog place for residence. Bin, 230 by 830 : f i's
r,. brethren showing their approval and frequently cut Tennessee, heir wheat. Selling orders part came feet. Would make 14 good building <
containing donations to assist ia along frum the fact that Roasts' was lots. More than half of this block to '..a
l the came. This fund ls under the con Ottawa (Kao.) Journal sayst "Over trying urgel3tlyformsrket. for its wheat, splendid oak and magnolia hammock. Ii "
trol of the propaganda committee which. 3.000 suu-AlIlancii barter* hue been !.. especially upon the continent, in o'der to Price, $450. 1

is composed o f iha national pralJentthenattonel I sued for colored Alliances since the Ocala be ahead of the order rbidding arportatton No 17. Two good building lots, liP.Eite ... .
which t
into
secretary and the national exec convention. Stuca the advent goes. effect August the Tita.vllla
of the Al public school ad.
ntive board flva la alL Every dollar liance store throughout the South the 27th. I. > property of (X E. Dakln; excel-; "WANT A 'AGON ? "

that is received is properly credited, and colored man has teen able to get more JACK"Making od. Size 00 by 103 feeL
YELLOW I
- once in each quarter reports .will money for his cotton., and pay Itss: for Price, $123 each. WI iisve wagons, buggies, turrqr High If'&QeJ| u Htfht, .s I
be published showing the his bacon -- No. 18, E i of nw } and lots 1 and I strong, durable, stylish, u !beautifully finished u taodernlted<
amounts received. Hot a doJNir can be Fearful Headway in of see 17 181, s r 89e>> containing 144 rnaoufactura can produce. Built on honor
by
r paid out of the propaganda fund on- Vera Cruz. acres, IIu half mile rasa of lift 'j ,
TEXAS' of river front cxpcrlencs.
.. less on order of the nda commit, FIVE AMENDMENTS on Honesty Is our poflo'j propipt shipment
prop' west side our
4 The of river
Ward
line at head of
passenger steamer City Narrow, specUky. We want to know V
t. Wised Ittorpamooneye literature nded pur-be Were Favorably-Decided at the of Washington arrived at New York just below Barbvrte Bluff. Good fringe D06hu.;. May lead to tastes you. Write us. Cost you ,
by
r : must Monday morning fromJIxicsn and of hammock: front Part marsh but 1 by tad by.. Send for our
.... foe: services rendered at actual cost; that PollJ.- Hav.n., sod, as a precautionary ports measure, about 100 acres of good land in the tract catelofua. It ls free to every reader of this paper" Bingo I .
t" is to say, the literature furnished to the A San Antonio dispatch sip; Tba was detained for thorough inspection Price, 2000. bamtoa Wagon Co., Pinffttmtoa, W. r. +
' propaganda committee.aDd sent out as amendments: to the constitution upon and fumigation by the health officer at No. 12. The north 48 acres of lot 1, s
l the part of the proceeds of the purchase of I, which the people of Ttxss: vctad Tues- quarantine. Tba steamer left Vera Crux and of the na i of .. t of sec 0, t 27. r "BUILT FOR BUSINESS. '-f : .
propaganda (fund must be furnished diy were five ia number. The first pro- early in August, and then yellow fever 87 .. Price. fiG per acre. This land i is
rt: at exact cost, no profit to anybody, fond rides. for the titration of voters ioc was prevalent to an alarming extent two miles nof Eau: Gaffs just north of E

BO pay to anybody for handling or disbursing ties of 10,000 Ioh bitants and over, in that city. The botpl&ala were filled, lions Creek and opposite Tr-plc; about 1. yt
I the fund. Every dollar pat into and empowers the legislature to make and though the health authoritieswere a quarter of mile north of Oosben postoffice. _
t this fond will be made to go just as tot change is the hallow laws The second striving to check tie spread Illgh bluff front; deep water .. ;..
. as it possibly ca .. Already much good author sea the legislature to take 1 percent of the disease, their efforts were apparently close to shore. Land In' s.me vicinity .

t has bean accomplished When every of the pennaaamt school and an<1 unavailing.. Their! first attempts ,bat sold within the past year at $13 per c ____ ._
: member of the eatira order makes it his p'ace it to the credit ef tha school fund. were to isolate the patients as soon as the .(1" _. ---.
r purpose to set aside certala amount every The third proridsa that the legal rate of malady made its appearance but the disease No. to. Lot "4 of leG 13, t 87, r 41 'r:':, :;0. : .
yea for the propaganda fund then interest shall mot ba more than 10 percent spread so rapidly that it was impossible a 77 acres; excellent pineapple land =SUB S ORt: B ''Ef. "11t:
indeed will the educational work pro- par ....am, and ia coetrstt, when to COM with it. Many deaths have Quarter mile front oa Bt; Lucia river, adJoining ,

gram sad progress rapidly. It doesn't the rate to not stated, it shall be a pr occurred aurisg the,last sis weeks, and it plant land. of Stewart a *UDgo. *
seem like much few cents from cent Tba Farmers' alliacca U was The best Of for sale
a each at the a common sight officers of the vessel oa St Lucia .It.. ,.
one, bat when it comes to sever*! mil- bottom of this Tha foortb give BMW u see a string of funerals bills river, &t reasonable &w..
ttoas pattUg it together it makes a extended facUitU for ado'pdsf sad anfordair1oe4 mile long, stretching from the gates of Terms oo any of the above, half cub( FOR THIS
SugnUlceot fund which would accomplish ptoWWtioa. Tba '"- the city to the each funeral balance ia one, two or three years, a! PAPER !

wooden If very snb-AlliMice ia .Ides for she..tlo4of addttiaoslAfthoo rta party waiting qtlytiter s abase to >gal iaUrest Correspond' with us. -... .' ,
the United States would pot Ma jea and crUaiatl sppaala. wJItI Jioaauxa A Oauiux TUosviita, ITa. -

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Real Estate Transfers.. JAMES: ParrCtLUtD, President;? W. B. BAwrrrr, VlccPresidenhy.M.BBOWS.Ca8Wer. .
the settler clip) .
daughters of FfaHce and its colonists not onlygiro Banana \ .
.- TH$ EAST COAST ADYOCiTE 4JIlrXZKtf in the case of Josephine it river ..communication wIth' the

fulfilled. But the woman outside world, but'would afford the 'The following conveyances; of real estate -
was ]pxlr
Were fileditr the Clerk's office of INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
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JOOTWAt OTVOTID TO Tat JJn1IL- if 11 citizens Titiisville 5 reliable
AJID would have been far happier .of. Brevard from Ju1i, lSth toAng
orvBitt.OF'filS r.DTAt BOTIOM.ama had been her fate to have lived and route, for ,reaching the. oceso 15th, toU11t11. list does not Include ,

H m WORTH- died"'neath the West Indian skies beach.AMERICAN'. any mortgages or tax ,deeds, but ont; (Incorporated under. the Laws_ of the State of Florida..)

bona fide, actual conveyance: "
Washington Avenue, Tltnsvllle, State of Florida John E. Fait, 66 : "'" Authorized capital, $100,000
8I1"ce: Sae declared -SHIPPING'-LAWS!
Indian River Florida PnRID&1tI' polk war ions i>n the St. Lucie river, $3 per acre. r" -'" Paid up' capltaf,: $26,000
Cleveland. Perhaps the head '- Jonathan N.Waller to George II. Ayles- \
upon -nr ;: worth, 70 acres'at Mlcco. State of FlocIde Average deposits,_ $14OoooTransacts
Alliance'wants to
of the National It has been decided by the Unit
to Robert O. llardoe, 40 acres near
I'17BLISBItD BTKBY FBIDAY.amor occupy the White House himself ed States Court that foreign' built Hardeevllle, $1 per acre. Florida Coast
hence his desire take the wind a a..General.Banking
to Line Canal and Transportation Company -
out of the -president's sails; "pleasure yachts" are not requiredto to Henry Oaillard,630 acres la South

,....a'.. WAtiM 8. Oa, ux. This desire for office seem' to be a pay a tonnage taxbut 'this Brevard and north part of Dade conn- Business.

jMoolate-Kditor&Manager...C. H.wALTOR. weakness with many bf,the Alliance clad of craft are specially exempted Mowery ties, $1,712.28.40 acres on United Banana States river.to Unit Ira -

leaders. There is no doubt the .under-the statute. This decision ed State to Ben],F. Shleppey,100 acres Largest and Oldest Bank on the RIer.DIRECTORS

pbWtlommnetbeMrlt.t principal object Czar: Rogers,. of reverses the ruling of ,the at Fort Pierce. James M,Baker to Lew -.
r Is P, Tibbals 48 acres south of Fort t<
when he at"
Florida had in View
.. ijpmmnntatlon.fo beocompaledeby the treasury department, 'which had Pierce $2,809. United States to Clinton. JAernrrcnAanw.B.: BAaasrl)re.tdent
d'. in 8Y and_ for tempted to defeat Senator Call, attempted to collect k: tax of 50cte; P.Honeywell 04 acres north of Canaveral of the National Bank 01.Jackwllle> .J H
f Mwwy Du.x.s Vt -PreIItdenC National Bank
( or
publication! ,but M a guarantee of good falia.w was to step into the vacancy him per ton for every time they entereda ; John M. Mallon to John J. Cal- .JacluoonwUIe), W. 8. OBJ.HAK and W. M..

: Bills collected montnlv,If not otberwlM self.' j"Teas, ever us.tt"CLIuLlnss United-States port from a'f6f- .bonn 83 acres of Fleming grant, at Sebastian BROW.
$1. United States to Marian .COBBI:srOHDKlrrg: *
Creed npon.< r neat sign point It seems that the iniquitous Nicholson, !00 acres at'East Melbourne. Seaboard National Bank of New York and

'Check,etc,may be made parable to "Graham : is to Oodliness. shipping.tax,.the most 'unwarranted nathan Klop to Albert Hoofnagle, 15 Katlonal Bank of Jacksonville. 20

awalton." ." As our two resident clergy.. imposition pf the protective acres north of Ankona, $40. Martin C. TITUSVZLL FLA. y

men are absent from the State, and fallacy, is not intended 'to Kranierto Jonathan Kjop, 10 acres northof
AnkOna $40. M. Bobbins to
afl"communications to our principal churches are closed, interfere with pleasure seekers but George .
Addrwi Helen It. Lindsey, 40 acres at Mima, $10.
IABT COAST ADVOCATE we presume the rage for' bathing its objec -.ls solely to. handicap Chas. H. Scriber to Xestell B. Scrlbner; .

which dominates our, communityis commerce and clog' the develop (lD -tenth Interest In town site of Har MURPHY .

TrfUItlLLK, FLORIDA.. due to an effort on the part .of ment of the merchant or business deevllle and other land at HardeeviUe ,
..0.Box 44. .
church goers to avail themselves of marine $..000. Frank Carroll to Albert Pickell .

Fort Pierce., what they'consIder.,the.best tubltl.tute' The next Congress.would do well 3000.one-tenth Frank interest Carroll In to same Carrie as Carroll above,, Jacksonville Machine .

for church going. If the to devote a few hours of its timein five-tenths interest in same as preceding, .

and IOn'retumed last ThursAy dancing mania should be displaced wiping out those laws which are S,00X( Peter T. Smith to W. M. Dal .
Mr. Deal
the habit it would be a ian, trustee, all interest In Segue grant,
the north. by bathing effective restricting the Am
from so rIcan Geo.
containing 15,073 acres, 1180.
Mrs; Reynolds returned(torn. her visit very sensible change. The latter skipper to the coasting trade M. Bobbins to James Sims, lot at Cocoa, And Iron forks.

tb Connecticut last Thursday; pastime is far more bealt.hful"'and Let us consider the matter for a $15. John E. Fulta to J. D. Almond, 20 .
invigorating and certainly better acres on St. Lucie river, $250. Charles .... .
moment in far the
Mr.;T. Dardls Is busy, with a large so as presentshipping
T. to John D. Luca 60
acresat
contract of 175 adapted to a warm climate, at this laws be 'lo McCarty ,
force of hands, filling might likely
Eden $150. Nathan Sanders to Win.
begs, for a wharf at Eden. season of the year., affect the Indian River grower. F. IUehards'QO; acres at Eden and 20 acres PUMPS ENGINES AND MACHINERY OF :ALL KINDS

We are enjoying real summer weather. Suppose few progressive spirits near Turkey Creek, 20000. Wm. F. ,

B Is blowing a half gale from the south- FBXSIDXHT: Polk, of the National among us believed in the feasibility Richards to Nathan Sanders ten acres. -' Made and Repaired
with It Farmers' Alliance in Interview Creek $100. John A. Gras
cast,taking all the mosquitoes an of communication near.Turkey ,

.At present Fort Pierce Is Infested with with the Washington correspond. between establishing Canaveral or New Smyrnaand na ham, $25.to W.James 1C Sanders B. Fowler, 80'acre to*at EdwardM. Anko CENTRIFDOL PUMPSJ PIPING & SUCTION
that of the New York Tribune .
I think It ent
only right
biting dogs. says New York. and were inclinedto Rellly, 25 acres of Fleming grant, at' ,
their owners should keep them chained. the. first work of his party will'beto charter one 'or more suitable Sebastian $75. Annie Carmichtel to! .

Work Is progressing rapidly on the clean monopolists of' the Ermina Carmichiel, tract of land on peninsula Fox Phospha'to arodr'int.: ,
steamers and thus .
sew church. They hope to have It finished Senate. lie states ,that the work provide an put near:Averill, $64. Ermina Carml- ,
soon. let for Indian .River product, in. churl to'Henry Jade same as preCed- "
has been the WORKS:,
nicely begun by retirement Robbins
dependent( Jacksonville; The ing, t8 7. George M. to John '
Mr. Jim Bell paid a flying visit to Tlfusville. ,of
returning here Tuesday. Three of Senator Hampton, money might be forthcoming, the Asplnwal), 38 acres on peninsula 'oppo- 1 134 & '136 East Street Jacksonville Fla.
Bay :
ei his children have been very sick, but South Carolina, Ingalls,of Kansas, route perfectly practicable, 'and site Eau Gallie.. United States to Peter ,
Lowe, 23 acres on ocean beach south'of
and of South Dakota and
Moody
to say, they are progressingfkvorebly. sufficient traffic guaranteed to John BJun-Smo %
pay Canaveral ,John Waller to Aspln-
Carolina
that Ransom of North .
expenses; but the unreasonable wall, 88 acres on peninsula opposite Eau
Mr Harry Harvey went up to Titus and John Sherman, of Ohio, are provisions of the existing shipping Gallie $ O. L. J. Carlile to E. II. Rice E.'O. BLAIR. D. B. THRASHER.
Bee last week In Mr. Castle boat to the next two victims upon the lit. laws do not allow N. i of block 5 In Titusville,$700. John "
built
to examined leer the crew at Jupiter.He tie Alliance list.. There are three foreign Ewing to Atlantic Coast Ice, Fish and Blair & Thrasher
WM accompanied by Mr., IL GOBS, senators of the farmers' vessels to' engage 1n the coasting Canning Company two blocks In Einlg :
en.
mho,has gone on a visit home i party trade.. The numerous small ..fruit' addition to Titusville, $750 L..B.Dawson ,
titled to seats In the Senate chamber steamers which ply between New. to Seaborn Jones,. 10 acres In Nar-
the last
down Aver week
While sailing
)[eanl. J. Olmstead and ,Len Carleton I but it will require a few more York and the West Indies, would rows. $201.60. Seaborn'Jonel.to'Johu :PEtO'Dt1CE: :aaOKEItS
T. Ward ten In Narrows $750. S.
had a novel experience. A huge tarpon I to run things as they please in that be especially'adapted for the run ; acres ,
J. Fox to John F. Boyle, small lot at .
lumped In the boat, and knocked Mr. body. There many dangerous from Canaveral to New York; but! Haulover, $100. John F. Boyle to J. J.
Carleton over, and then went throughthe rocks the political sea Commission & Mercliants
sail making a large hole. upon upon they-are almost without exception I Flamery two small lots at Haulover Distributing
which the Alliance ship may come of build and $350. Martha J. Bullock to John T. ,
Norwegian ;
register
WAIXACK T. ILiBiinr. the Ward, B acres at City Point $850 Llda
to grief ere it accomplishes
reform has undertaken. and thus ineligible for our ,service.It C. Johnson to L C. Sloan 81 acres In 153 WEST BAY ,STREET 'JACKSONVILLE FLA.
,
,Elegant Itockl edge Property sweeping would be almost impossible to north Cocoa, $3,000. Martin A. Martin .
'
We offer offer for sale, at a reasonable find a suitable steamer, of .American to W. W. Borden town lot at Melbourne P. 0. Box,,tU.
BANANA CREEK fOOO. Chamberlain Strahan M. A.
price, what U one of the finest; private -register, open to charter, and to
1 at Minis
Chamberlain $100.
| acres ,
esldenoea and grove properties In the this would prove an obstacle the i James LaRoche to Geo. E. Chester, 80 ORANGES AND PINEAPPLESA
fceart of the Rookledge hammock. There Is shown the charts of the promoters and advocates out acres at Narrows Chas Valentine
upon of an 1200. <
ire eight acres of land, 105 feet of river SPECIALTY.
front. High bluff and hell beach; artesian United States Coast Survey as a side route to New York "would not to Oscar W- Turner, :23 acre's on the

well, handsome residences and navigable stream, but, as a matterof be likely to overcome... The admlr 1410.peninsula Chas.south T.Woolf of East to Paul Melbourne M.Aston, Consignments ,of alUtnds of Fruits, yeg stables! and Produce Solicited!

..'Bearing Will not: stand orange on grove.our books This many property weeks. fact it can hardly be said to er.of, the protective system: 'will"say lit acres at Jensen, $500. Racey Bros LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE. PROMPT RETURNS.- ., : ,
k. possess that quality, except in an that a steamer should be bunt, and toTaut M.* Aston, ten acres at Wave-
half balance
Ttlce, 130,000 cash; may land References: :National Bank of the State of Florida; W. H. Sharpe, Sharpest T V.
Bros Paul Aston
$850. to M.
limited thus Racey
The furnish for
extremely degree. employment the
namaln on mortgage for five years at ten '
Moor, Eden; Wells A Sons, Plant City, eta 2jUDTHE
five Acres at Waveland $425. IL J. ,
meicent. Write for particulars to territory known as the Banana river American ship 'builder, ..which ,
Tiffin to I. Eo Brown Interest In00
i
X0tf UOPDETS A GRAHAM. country is of vast area, contains which would be far better than' to acres In Titusville. Alexander, Bell and EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COOMPANYSt'i.

large bodies of excellent land, and charter a foreign.builtcraft. This wife to Alma Merriweather 7 acres at

It Is the unexpected that b4D. Is exceptionally free from frost. answer is apparently logical, but Fort Pierce $1. Alexander Bell and

jen, and I it will be the unpredict-: Its development has been retarded, not.so in fact. The Indian River wife to Ella black, 7 acres at Fort Pierce, t .
{1 8. II. Ray to S..L. Hall lot In ,Titusville .
ed hurricane which will come along ,
solely on account of being difficult promoter of the outside route, tU $55. Florida Agricultural Col

some fine day, and tear things up, of access. Time and again it hat Canaveral would hardly care, even to W. U.:II. Gleason college build- :

according to its own sweet will. been proposed to run a line of if able to do so, to build a.steamer log and lot at Eau Gallie,$2,000. Indian

A is now .well understood. that I steamers to and along the Banana in an enterprise which would' be River Land and Improvement Co to J. .
_. W .
'.hen the office Todd flA acres nf Fleming gnat atSebastian
signal predicts a river, tp connect with the railroad purely experimental. They wouldbe $000.:' Chas. Negleyto Joo.L.'

fine gale weather, we may rely .upon unusually at Titusville. It has been conceded willing to risk' a few months' Jensen, 43 acres at Jensen, 1340. ..Ma7 ,

on all hands that if such a line charter money, to test the practicability M. Wilbur to 8. G. Vanlandingham, Schedule In effect August
6, 1891.
house and lot In Titusville $1,400. B.J.
,
was established, new settlers would of the route, and If "their 'The steamer ANCIENT CITY leaves New "
Mondays
the Smyrna Wednesdaysand
IT fs that work of and R. E. Mime to Etta C. Strahan, 1}
construction reported pour into the Banana river country enterprise proved_a success, would acres at Mlms, $100.. Harry Roberta to Fridays, at 1 p. m.?; arrive at Titusville at 7 p. m.;leave TltnsvUle'.following
has begun on the rail and that a boom would take feel justified in buying or building Etta C. Strahan one-tenth of an acre at morning at 6 a. m.1; arrive at Melbourne at 12 30 p. m. '

road from Oviedo Coquina.. Evty place in the neighborhood of Can. a steamer. Being prevented from Mime, $30. J. H. Vondy to P. J. Hall, Returning: Leave Melbourne Tuesdays,Thursdays and Saturdays,.at 1p1 .
*:. one who has the welfare of In 6 lots In North Titusville $400. G. E.IIlll m.; arrive at Titusville at 7 p. m.; leave Titusville for New Smyrna Mondays, Wednesdays .
averal Heath Hortl and and neither able
r wArtesia, chartering, nor and wife to Chas. O. Blythe and Fridays at 5 a. m., arriving at New Smyrna at 11 a. m. -
dian River at heart one
mutt earnesly such as would be without precedentin inclined to build one, their enter acre at Indianola, $200. James R. Ra- Touching at City Point Cocoa, Rockledge and all landings en route.:

hope_that the report is founded on the county. Time and again, prise would not be put in operation, gan brtVesley Rage 11 acres at Brant- R..P. PADDISON. G. F. PADDISON,

facts. If the new road is con. we say, it has been proposed to runa and a thousand orange 'growerswould ley;fIS()(). James S. bell to B. F. 8hlep>: ,General Manager? O. F. A P, A.THETROFICALTRUNELINE.

structed, it will free this beautlfol line of steamers'*to the section be deprived of an outside pay small parcel at Fort Pierce, $1. B.

and productive section from referred to but often the route of F. Shleppey to Frank B. Everett sameas :
Just as competition. and lower .
preceding, 1. Benj. Young to P.'J. .
the Tlce-llke grip of one of the project has been abandoned as im rates; by a law of the nation, in order Hall lot In North TItusviUe, $00. J.W. Jacksonville, Tampa $ Key West System.

moat arrogant monopolies ever tolerated practicable. To make the run that several ship builders in a Fitzgerald to E. B. Fitzgerald, lot In Titusville

by a free people. down Indian River and around the distant part of Uncle Sam's domain $500. Geo. E. Cheater to Chas. Schedule in Effect June 1st, 1891. Central Standard Time.

foot of Merritt's Island is unsatisfactory might be protected. Let us W A.,Goasman.R. Sanders 28 acres to R.Narrows O. Ellishman.,1000., 20 Going Booth,Bead DcraSUTlON&. Going North,Bead Uj w,=z

Tax Alliance party, during its on account of the great have free shipping, and the Star acres at Courtney, $500. A. Wilson I I '

intancy,-'wa. noted for the large distance, and to attempt a regular Spangled Banner will float in a ,,to M. C. Sawtelle, lot at Hardeevllle, t.lilT 800m 10 13 15 r.at. 80"am Leave Jacksonville Arrive I MIID12 (5pm t turn
108
amount of work It accomplished, schedule through Banana creek, in thousand ports where the American 1000. Wm. Cleveland to Wm. A. Salisbury t ION( 1M" 10I .." Arrive a Green Falatka Cove Springs Lave s 496 8MUM.". 11 1166 eon lID B0ft<>
4091
and the small amount of the condition : has small strip at Merritt $23. Chas. I M"II..T. I W" .......... w BevUle I 01" e a u ..........
boasting of .
present that skipper not been seen for .... .. .. .. .
Negley to John Lorensen, 40 acres at .4(1'( .... .. Deland a .......... 7.a" .........
it was guilty of. Flushed with stream, does not commend itself to twenty year's. Our manufactured Jensen $460. T. K. Dixon to Jeff 11 M" .08" ......... Orange City Junction to 1 W a 116" ..........
CUT. .._...... a ..
U learn 4 46
victory during the past few months, thoughtful or prudent steamboat goods will find ready buyers in distant .' Jer, 8 lots in north Coooa. ........ 440"( .. ........ EnterpriseTITU8VILLB 8aDlord .. ..114"....... T66N ...................
All this has and the :......... I a ......... .. a .... .. .. .
changed now The wish lands 100" .... ..
man. point we to and the products of Bra. .......... ... ..... **
1110" ..
As a general liniment lor sprains and .a Tarane a .......... 610" ...........
hayseed are celebrated principally .make It this Banana creek could ill the Orient ...... 1Ia" .......... OrlaadoKiaelmme.
: and of the land of bruises for rheumatism a C tba ..........
or lame back, ......:.. l :21" .......... A
/pr the great amount of talk theyare be made perfectly navigable for a the mandarins, and of the Mikado, deep seated or muscular pains,Chamber- .......... SIO" ........ a Bartow* a" 11 leo"19 .....00"..... ...................
making-about what they are mall of Alt will come to the laiD I Pain Balm Is unrivaled. For sale ... 111I" ........... a -r.mp. .. I sa" .... .. .... ...
sum
money. appropriation us across briny rays..... 0&" :: ..... .... a **<
Fort "
Hee4e ..
.. .
b Dixon 406" .. ... .
{ A Gray ......... ............ *
"going to-do. of thousand dol. in the I. 11 10" a .
say ten deep, custody pf Americas Arcadia a 1 00" ........... .......w.
.......... uao" .......... w .
lars the national tars. direct Punta GonIa a 12 se' .....................
by government -not as at present, via Town Ordinance.

Taos Pennsylvania miners who would, dot the work. The Indian :London or Havre.Carelessneaa. .......... t OOE 1 tIll U am Leave PaUtkaInurlachui Arrive .......... HOW am Slopes
I I A*Ordinary to amend an Ordinance en- ......... J 1166" Arrive a .......... 10 10" no1*
were promised so much improve River country has never had any, T filed Ordinance fo.IAl. AtuttmtntandCoOfctumofRevfnuffortkttovnof ........ $19a It U" a Hawthorn a ......... laa" J 14"
..
ment in their condition during the aid in its ; Somewhere. ......'.:. s to" 13 M a BoctwlhiGalMTtlla a .... 110"110"
government, teSrdfW I ......... T 46" 1 10* a a ...... .:. co" i aoBO" "
last presidential campaign, if thev Our population and I 2Th.iea1e. Fror6:" ......... 111 a 1 17" a Oraag
J would vote for protection of Amer. productions are now sufficient to Tttnsville did not receive any northern: nIT CaOATSXD'hoInA1nWeI br the Tows .Cocoon of ................ a T as W a a a seta i u a a teabnrj Ocala .a. .........._........... .T40 10-( Ii 10 16"Mam ,

I lean industries hare received mail on Tuesday evening. The, fast I >r DsaI..s La vtaom ....... aalaaba a P.mbertm. a ........._ ........... -eau ,
just In claiming attention in e pMtaoas or ..
warrant
as mall being a number of.hours late;, did. mat tlquafL1fit. aUoeaee tax of Two HUB- .._.. tSO" IDa Brookivllto a .......... .......... "" .

I notice of another reductidn of ten matters of' this kind, and we' believe not make connection at, Jacksonville. -And Dollar r pay.)1-fw_... place.-IYiDK of boatlaBddnJen ................... .................... a 19" a a Ta.atN Emits M a" .......;........... ................... SM-! 64ai
(per cent. in their wages, and a susI that with a little effort on our There was no reason however, why we a Uoeaa therefor aethortaed to MIl Da ,. t DaI!,.xcpt Bundav. f
I pension of work for four weeks.. part an appropriation such as we did not get any ,Jacksonville mail or I :pMtaona,Tiaom or malt Uqoon,or any of molt Tralu 1aa W.. at 1:110*"**.anlf fuka at. 4 0tp.m.".,. run dally between" Jack. !
on the that e.ch aathority,rivea as nueaacl ,
newspapers M by
"What'fooll these mortals be !I" suggest could be secured. Senator regular train left TueedaftDlght. and alot.ue Ueeiue, shall Den conflict witfi \
,. .
["How long oh Lord how Call should Uw*, or pro long have Oo.
certainly a, warm arrived here at Itwaaa .....| bas aM rforlikmi for the sale of liquor ;
spot for Brevard county, and do matter ot pore carelessness on the part of U......ordiaanoM aball be the sane as taoee
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__ THE hurricane which resulted in his level best to secure this modest the post office authorities at Jackson jive,Sao.!s.the All State drattou law. and. .lawyers raoUelnc r.

0'much loss of life to the people grant, while the Canaveral Club of mail ville.was It had ten been hour reported and that that the fast tboif profeuioiu. U the town of TttuviUe tbafi ..

_ \\of Martinique, calls. to pond the Boston, with its fourteen" million train for South Florida I&t.eo would wait the Its wlp.t.o S1.5aIrathatshshallVyond above mention +aette..IMM. w -

emarkable career of unhappy sire members, has sufficient interest arrival. It wan decided however, later UaJI..u.abeMat or prof teatooe lint irMnlnlnr a Uouue Isis

Josephine, wife of Napoleon the in the matter to'manipulate the on, not to hold the South.Florida,tr&1D. UMMfar,aoaU",l Do*eoBrietloa jxuiahed by

Ireat Born on that tropical isle wires which will the New but let It go on time la.this way the a-Sa.aitedforeackoesn..ofBotlMelliaBtlManMmntoftlM*. flaw
manage
bf poor parents, she was told by an England delegation, when Senator mall got left.were But not express to be fooled matte M: easily andpaNeJlgwa ima.. a.la eanaJo JUI ordioaaon with the prorOioae and part of of the ordleee *-

|ld crone that one day she would Call presents the modest demandof M Uncle gam's: people, and came la on erdimaiieee Into are hereby niMalML Thiaordtnaaee 8TI&41WJUI reeve 'I'Iw..mo e.oe a DaD,.. u....Suaday lowllelboante and-T

e empress of France j and while his Indian River constituents.This time Of course we jauat not complain i shall jo &!Iea eVot,..Innimdlately.. apoa Ulnr t7Ih1M.ap- Iaadisa.taadatI"' ----. Gei.j IQ N Po..rh..Move XOD4ays, 'W ed.arLPtidamakhlooo.eotfoo.forJupitur a& IIO .
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ttis about such a small matter >Ftoiolaaa I AtaK t .WBoe...._ LK.au. Lear.. Jupiter I 55 Po4& ,..'hIUllOlaYi and Po .math Kept Sandal.forTlUuYille
Saturdays
same prediction was, no doubt thing can be accomplished ( .... ---tto--I for Tlaurine
i.ape to hundreds of the credulous with very little effort and would mould not expect anything, like perfec- I :p. o.id ATows,'Ierk UMB.WIU09 CLairmsas' I acu..: wadkowisgtJaekaosvulyins na. named&boY"and. routes,rates,stn,1ppl 11 tv local

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J. Q. McDONEL, Notice: The committee appointed! THE COTTEN HOUSE Bt. B. OLMSTHAD; INDIAN RIVER LUMBER CO. ; : ;\:

|ray3m Proprietor. the the 4th meeting day of of July Confederate.last having Veteran received,on ; The Pioneer Dealer ta ; : >: J .

'Instructions here to organize they now (SUMMER RESORT, ,) N"_

I Cheap Mode.of Clearing Land. request the Veterans of Indian.River to GENERAL MERCHANDISE Incorporated Feb. ,Q8 891. : ;" .r.;;
meet at the Court House In Tltusvllle,, Sewanee Tehn. : ,
[The following clipping from the StEugnstluQ on Monday the 6th day of October next, R.RANSON Manager.. : ''
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Nerve might be of Interest to for the purpose of organizing a camp. n Edu;: Qallie.I : ''-b:

}ose of our reader who expect to unrtake Jas. Mendel, chairman.' Minor Jones \ r
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the clearing of land. The. cost committee's.clerk.. UNDER MANAGEMENT' OF MRS keep In ,Stock. a, Choice variety of:. .. TITUS V.ILLE. FLA. ., >: .

preparingpineapple land for plant- .JOB. n: SMITH, OF JACKONVILLE. QROCERIES, HARDWARE t yiS
Is about $75 acre"*** done bynd "CbJqn'berJan's' and fnttn "
; per ORDER. \ :: {
FRAMED TO
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HOUSES .
at present. It; seems to n*that the -' CROCKIRTrTOnJBT ARTICLES, ETC :- ,

haracter of land specially adapted for 'A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eye, NOW,OPEN. Apply for Terras. And ylll Sell a* Low to the Lowest. HARRISON.. BROTHERS' MIXED FAINTS, unequalled for beauty and> lasting, ;.i ,fqualities. ; _" c

(Ineapple might be culture prepared tmually with heavy an arrangecnt scrub- Tetter Bait Bhoom, 'Scald Bead Old '.:',Call'and examine,my Stock. 18 I Color Card and price on application. "'t a .. i'. ](/ "ii.; k.

similar to thai described as In use Chronic ,Sores, Fever Sores Eczema Special Effort Mad to EntertainGuettt. Agency for the "AerjuoUr," the bent Wind Khcme mud. : : I"}:. .' .

t Mr. Atweed for one half the cost of Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipplesand -. J. E., ENDER & CO,, ..7c .t; 1

plug the work by hand:. Pile*. It U cooling and aoothlnff. Tat4hma3toraAND GEORGE'T. DUREN. ARTHUR T. FEASTER: 'iit" ': ; ;
TltusviUa
"George Atwood ha a plow at Stark Hundreds have been cored ter to Capt. Job,Smith, "OV' 'f
cases by
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}Id.* pond He uses which It for U worth clearing Its weight palmetto In It after all other treatment had failed el, )HAKUFACTDRIKG JEWELERS ':c-cr, : E dti ::E"E" i SrJ:1S: : : '. f.7
.
It la in 23: and 60 bore 'IbJ,
put cent
ots from his land. Regular plow up Yt
,
W H., GLEASON & 'CO- Titusville THE OLD; RELIABLE -<. .
Fla
Indies are fastened to an Immense Iron "
|le. In the center of this is attached a J. H. WILSON MARKE'I' r : :
ng steel blade. Four mule are ATTOllNEYS nf LAND CASES. Fine and ComplicatedWatuhee'setting MEA .,

ched to the plow and the.axle glides of Diamond and other "lGE
er' the palmetto land. The knife cut ,ELECTROPLATED Precious Stones.. We have also selected carefully a largo stock of : ',. w

Iwn and up. and will go .through. a TITUSYILLE FLi TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED .. Alllgatort and Hog Tusks Carved and : =l.OOelR.ZES:: '. ') -
J metto root six inches thick without # Mounted, for cmne-htiW. brooches, etc ,

Will Electroplate the following article, AND.PERFECTED.. Shell Jewelry made. And carry In sowon ft variety ol 1'I.. < "
'Atwood. makes checker board In S. H. RAy* new' building, opposite ,
[ a Fresh rvULta eftsXXXX VeKe'tab1es' '
and make them look like Furnished : -
I a field, Cutting square every ,fourt. new: Abstracts and 'Re-Suryeys corner from Postof ice. "!, .
| 'After cutting the roots he goes Knlftlt1 pet Ie'- ulngle' plating, $1.26; double Prompt attention. to all orders by mail ;: CREAMERY, BUTTER, on Ice, >ft specialty.; V;
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pUngif: 40 triple, .40Forke Obtained. ,
>r the land with a deep plow which per just; single plating, 'US; double or otherwise. A full line of beat brand of CANNED GOODS
ows up a furrow eighteen Inches deep '2.40; triple, ,uo. I Defective Homestead and
Pre-Emption Orders delivered at residence and at
I two feet wide. This loosens the Tables ne, per Nt, single plating, ".IO! ; I private the steamboat landIngs and railway:'
[>is and throw them to t.he'lurface. double. 42.76; triple, 53.16Tea. Entries Corrected and Pefeotod. HODGES & 'GODFREY depot. Meat department open.on Sunday from 0 to o'clock. ; ., '
ipoons, per Mt tingle plating 'UG; Claims' Adjusted before the Department : .
then raked and the land Ie .
ey are up double tl.se; trtfile '2.80. -- "; ..
m ready' for agricultural purposes. Silver Vchwitngl. plating. S3.00- double, at Washington. Manufacturer of '
Atwood says that he can clear scrub $3.M Gold' triple$5. Correspondence.oll ltod: 10 Professional Cards. I IQ J. M. Sanders ;

aetto land for $25 per acre." fllJIO; WlIIe7.1O.watche..! alOgle' plate? 11:001 double EAU GALCIE, FLA. .Yellow' Pine Lumber .W.A.LTU&GaAlLb.J '. ,. ;,,",,,'i : : ..
Silver nltehen, '200 to '10.00; Hirer spoon o.o. x. RoBEws., Dcworln' ." t''V-'.1.' ,7
sting ,the epidemic of flux In this.aty bol I had hard work top tSo. :.njllo. BOtTOH DRKSBBD, RODD GRAHAMv_ :
last summer Cbamberlaln" Gold tinge,chains,TIle to$3.0tt Orange Box Head. DRY ,GOODS NOTIONS: :!
a vpply of Colic, atrrAll order by man or express promptly Pine & Cypress LumberOF i Fruit Vegetable Crates ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW ,' V '
llera and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand. Lumber deltTsrad at any : .
bple often came ten or twelve milesi In on through bill o(lartlnr. Anyone ooiVimru"Iny TrrusviLtJt Drovard CROCKERY, >
Co.
i night to get a bottle of the Remedy ALL KINDS : building on.the Eatlt Coull would do well to Florida. I SADDLERY, ;
NURSERY .
ORLANDO i Trite rprprloe* The(Uwmlll U situated on the P. o.Iron MO. ?
ave been selling patent medicine for ROUGH OR DRESSED J..T.*Kr W.Hy.>miles south of raUtka: STATIONERY, a
I last ten and find that It has Will practice in *>'th oonntl.s ot the Seventh ; .::
years AwnMiCooo..,! SUllng I Tau: Qallle,Eugene '
JAS. MOTT Circuit ass In the Court. Special f. J FAMILY .MEDICINES *
bn better satisfaction In cases of dia. prop'r, Shingles Lath Orange Pine. Bralnerd. Srao.pdAltree's e1J1t1. for amlnlnjf uprem and "rlecUnlf Land ,
pa and flux than any other medicine SateumaIllghts,Putnam co.,Pla. TltlM. Correspondence lollotted front GARDEN SEEDS,. '.
[ftve ever handled--J. H. BBJTHAJ, ORI ANDO,, FLA. & packages. -'IooWmo\.. ,. ants and U.lrsloBp! JiliHOr nU. ClaIm-I- CHOICE GKOCEttlES, --' .1i

Wit, Goloon Pope Co., HI. Over apple. Vegetable. Money to Ix>*n., I. HAY CORN, MAPE&1 FERTILIZERS.? ''I'' ....
hundred bottle 'of this remedy :
) sold In that county during the.epfcio .Orange' Trees It will pay parties-who contemplate General I Supply Store D..L.. OAOLDKX, j,T. SAxmaq, FINE:'PATENT'FLOUR." .' \ ;./ \ ;'i

referred to.* It was perfect IUoo Lemon Grape Trees Fruit, Trees building to call on, or address us. Mill 'lithe. pi...,.' o t tteli.What You Doa"Want and Notary -. Attorney for Board County Oocoa, ]7'lorida.: .. '< :
|and was the only remedy that did -' lit DeLeon Springs.Ordersiprompuy. Ita, Wbat Yo"Do. .Commluldnere.GAULDEN IIiI' aC'x:
H the wont case Dozens of persona Catley Guavas filled. ..HASDVTABX r JnU. Oils, 1 : ,
Fawning Impie.meats.
i will certify that'It.. saved their live Tahiti Limes LeConte and Keller Builders''Material,Uutcal butrmnsnta &SANDERS s. 'VAT. Rgr A. I ;t
:1.
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our other epidemic of bowel som- Pears Peach and Persimmon Trees Chandler & Landers, rUHIfrrUHE:, and the yw PROCESS VAPORwrovr DEALER IN CLOTHING Q .'> f4'' ;J- '
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nt this Remedy ha been equally sue-< Niagara Grape,Vines. P. O; ,THE: SPRDfGS,. FLA. ,wbloh U deatb to alt others. ATTORNETS-AT-LAW, .., "r '
uL 25 and 60 cent bottle for sale Gents. Furnishing Goods : ..
lion k Gray. J. L. Carper, dpent1opk; ,. Fl4. Will practice 10 aU the Court* of the Staled & Shoes, Hatsr t." tv.;

ew Wordy-.on the British w. read la a General Stock. Line of Nursery TaogCmo .- 2Mug3mo '1 r riorlds. ,and the United States Courts. Caps, Umbrellas;, Trunks .Yalzes.- '_':? .I'" ,

Island of Jamalce. FOR p.a BOX,*35.. 'Trnravnx, I'LA. I FINE:CIGARS, Etc .:-. ,;' ': '"1 .I

be following letter has been received JUST: RECEIVED Money. Loan. n' 1'he only house In ton making i spa" 4 "

j week by-Mr. C. T. Verbeke, ebtley olalt1 of nnta. Furnishing Good, ,' ,. '. 'i

from a gentleman who was. In Wines & Spirits Drop .In and :examIne my stock, and;: -Ih .} t

rifle a short time back: D n.. M. D.-L. ,,DODSON, compare priceL Cash customers ,corn"'f" ,tp"i Ii,. '
155 East 106th'street, IN AT : mand' eYe17 'consideration; OODipetlt9rr ;i 't ,.;:Je1aJm

:w Toax Aug.:Slit t 1891. fYerbeke co lcr. : :. ''. .., !" -
:Bee're SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE SURGICAL ,Call when q' 'ZV ;
: '. ,. ; convenient.. First, doot"OUthofADVOOATB : : :V .
I
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hall not feel easy until I have putn F.: Allen'e & MECHANICAL DENTISTRY, Offloe. ."" : ,:
my debt for a letter.u CIGARS ETC : : -ii;:
ask I left Jamaica. U '
me why TrrUSTOXE! FLOBnU. : ;

golar method of cultivation, wIth OF TIm FINEST.QUALITY':',. DIXON & (IRS :s

possible exception of some sugar A D. L. WILLS, Dealer In 'Z
.
nknown on the Island. One seei oo TO GEORGIANAjLA.. D :

be roadside, down the sloping ra ,, rnrsioiAN A SURGEON, Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery Tolled ;
Henaker
&
Losley
>, or up yonder hill, nothing but iBed [
A graduate'of the University of Penn. Articles Fine ': .
Soaps Stationery
mas of luxuriance. The staple :
I of the common people (blacks'.of I 'Families Supplied.'' 200 DOZ., ,.: ,: ; ylvanla, and an experience of twenty JEWELRY ,;/ T f,i "iI
,
;
In offers his it
service
I yean practice, to V' .ti ''F
r'
i there are 650,000'with-but 15,00( hear wlmt th*Mpjrt*say about this store fMr the citizen of TUusvllle and ,*: SPECTACLES *, 'i,V, i ; ,* *... .
; vicinity .
is the and banana.. Ther .;
a), yam Dissolution of Partnership.. r *
I :Apes SIr-We *
..
SEWING
must be cultivated therefore the h the admirable qUUtIH of cheerlaU.teeUlJto the'New 3'rocess ,omen OTXB /. w, SOOKK: co. MACHINESv \ ;. ..q*. ,
) scratches a hole in the unplowed !NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to whom it may. JELLY GLASSES a-.a1Da 8toY...:; w. have had one ever its Guns Pistols Sewing, Machlnea "j;,*.: *. .
| ,that tbe partnenhlpheretoforeex month,and.oaooolpolnt to a.Ingle rault. P Machinery Hepaljred. Watch V Clock.'' -. ', $
stick his and and : XLYl
in seed
pd pole ;
UUog between J. P. Turner and J.E.Ender: ,, ,IL C. .. ](.IIcrlmpou. ', .,'
:
| the labor ends. On every side 'olBtch under the nnn name of J. E.Ender & Co. has 'lUuvWt.la78./111111./ JUSTICE andJ.we1r.6J1eclaJtf,, s l.i'.i'J" .
of yams one often see banan-- been dluolTedthU day, by mutual eonaent. No.tloe OF- THE PEACE 17TII DIST School Book and School St pp'Ue"l .:*,- VHubscrlptlon ... ..
Is hereby given to all debtor and creditor I And a great t.\-mf'of guollne In the New '\ .
bra, coffee, cassava, pimento etc. of the late firm of J E.Ender* Co.,that all llabllltlee Procee. over the keep m.JA a perpetual Notary Public for tie But at targe.Contractor ., !. taken at publisher's. vrloe-. ::
fed much like an ordinary IndianThe and debts of the said firm hare been stetof wonder aa4 dallget.Mn. ; sad laUder ot over SO yssw"rUnoe. ope. for Newspapers, Booty;Magazines. etc; 't V '
wild. Many tuned by J. P. Turner,'to whom all account QO .D >Z. Sidney "Ubu.. Natural rinUb a Specialty '
orange grows be Tnusvlle Prescriptions carefully compounded it ..
due said firm are to Wltneet our un4e May 5th, Imu .
.
Ie through products barter-the find their way petty to road-the at Tltusrllle this 7th day of August,. D. U8JLJ.P.TcmirxB. :- tarn d.llrbte4"wltlt the New Process VGI r HEUJOtmNB TLA.w"1111am"t' I any Ume ,day Of night _" :,1_!,,

erchanta of tho Interior purohas- 5t J.>L E.on.. MASONl $tores J51t UWlftl ltpan hz td.T1tuaUle 6.. > ',, "i, .
I1'utoii
let wOe :
e i surplus products from week to '" ; ,J'1a., JaJ 5th,lelll' .); ; : D r"aas ., ... .,"' _'." ,.-".....,.
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F .. c
from the owners of the ail but un Drayman.Uaollng .. .r'.J; > .. ":"Y '.
rated patches.. The great mass of Notice. IMPROVED t done at reasonable rates. Attend 1 '-
pIe know nothing of cultivation. all and meet all Patent Medicines; : : ''
: diven of the fuittlaklon 01 Notice.On departing, arrlvIng .'" '
nd I* of the richest description- Nscorporation to lie kno!.. II J'tDric1a JARS train -' ," LI

i of It deep red loam, with an nnIng bbadin TImber O.op 1l7L thhe principalS Order* left with G.. B. Rnmph or at Elegant Perfumery and Toilet ,Artlcisa :T' -:
01 "
strata of white marl. It U poI *- J'torIcIa. The company a''fil.UnWe wlIl engage; BrnanI In the county-, PUTTS QUARTS. and after t.upat let 1891, there ADVOCATE offlco will receive prompt : r :
purchaM "
I to produce three crops of corn a Impro.emnt aDd sale of real Ntate end win be no fr/jgnt) received or signed for I attention Kept conitanily hand at ff-;101",1
yet my 'rln ter host" one day personal property,cut and manufacture Umber, at -V $. i"'L": I'
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|me that tea aJle from where I wu and m manufacture* from fibrous plant The the Eden Wharf. via Indian River r' r.. ;; "
amount of capital took will be 11I/000.to be oi- Jno J. V : V
Steamboat Coi boat McAllister IB.
stopping, the people were suffering Tided into loo share,of WO each,to be tamed ; and a* the Eden Sdreyen'B', : '" "

I the want of food.. Com was selling I par valne-4( per cent being paid up, and th* Grove House ,If, permanently closed -... :
11.50 bushel, yet the hill were full balance n. to be tub;a to the call of the directors Send In your orders : there wUl be no guest taken or landed Contractor for DIIUG STORE., v' V"" ..'1":3
i almost hard. There Is an nnwrit- I J of Its b-Vvflwrsuon_and article will commence of incorporation on tn* tUlttf wtta at once: at the Eden Wharf. I JI ', F".. ",'Jf" '
however which that It the 01 .d about '" ';
must Secretary State or the an dar "" 'f
I Al.o
a cut down until rip e. For five of uotober. M81,and eontlaue for the term of ArtesIan Wells the latest Newspaper;,; Period. .>t ':
RICHARDS c
TnO8. E. .eto. .
twenty .
yean.Tbelnulneei f,u. ,
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1 I drove, day after day through of tbeeomnany wUlbeeondocted ITotlco 3 > .
ountry, hungering for a vegetabler by a Board of Director,who will elect a presto of Incorporation 4( PEOPRIETOLG191IT : :>" I

| than yam and bananas but was !dent pertainlnK and actuary to theee, to office perform*. the duties usually Of 0* Ttoinmtt Oat tfitt onJ Canawol 'J,7d Eau Gallle F1a W N HENDRY'; -: .,, ';,c..'

tr able to get an ear of green corn, I The hUrheat: amount of liability or Indebted.aeee Steamboat and :- .:-: : -
I be standing within to which corporation ou at ainr tSummbiect Tmntportatlon Company .
though It might ,, .. '
leetof me.. They will only sell on an .of Itself the capital ahaU not exceed aereoty-aT per TUkGak ot this ecepos-atto.lbaU...uru ; 1'1"AtrDlCA.1'T'S:: : Dealer, la "r' _'.:.' ..i.I", 'of,: '.!:'

ket days, and corn "In the milk"will stock.Ososea U.Bo....... and Transportation HJU Campo an4 Yenl. "' "'bol r NEWSPAPER ;; ,-
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\ WAt Ts. a. a&A'_ General MerchandisefDRY ; : : '
not cut. B. The general of tbeBorporatlon 8iccw.Gtr .
fcmalca I*no place for a white man. I.. Pass rnl.T.alUTr.6. shan ssbe Jpcrtetalonof fiwifht ire .5 SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY '.
Orsg the Indian '
aa4gen epos and Banana _
j "exhibition" failure and a '
WM a dress aDd CrMk. and the MU.q.d..lagoo.Tln 'isd' The Pioneer .I :
The DIgger will not work; h*' 1* the counties of BrevardT lads sad VelUla, i_ L erlt 4aae Agency.For GOODS, : r
at devout creature aboveground, Master's Pa1a- to the swat convenient point on the bbanana terms and sample copies* addrea '. -.# w' .(
.
I the and liar this side JU1o reach the Bight of CnaavenoT 1 C. H.' NAUMAN NOTIONS, .., _11-
grandest thief VDEB AND BY ran or A FIUAL *. The capital stock of thee corporation stall "
leaven, eta, eta II deoneoll.,. .An..4..... issuing out are tbouaaad hollers,divided Into on* bus Trn7ITJLLII. Brerard county, lie.i fITATIO.'Phwren' '
orlda need not fear competition withproducts or aDd uafor st'.A Mel of the Circuit Court of dred tnarec,of fifty dollars each,te U paid .P 'ioice
the Seventh.Jad'AaI Circuit or nurids In and 1.lsll. 1
of the neighboring islands. tor Brevard eo nur.U Chancery 11 WAIt In acer- .. Ttit rnrriniilhn itiiTI nnrameerm OD'" IIIl&a J4 Jj Groceries' f
I time for Florida to be wide awake tale ceawhiu.Mary: M.WilDar.byWalter, a. Inc o< artlctoe of laoorpuratiu*'with....B oratoryof a' ,
I come when these island place themes Graham,>>r next friend, and Mdaey Wilbur State awl the elerka of court of th* 1 'h; ..-
her ballad, are eooit>Uln nl aa [ under the stars and stripes. J.G. Baadrxi a*trustee,and Jamee T. Sanders and [or the period of fifty yean; .'1--n'. }
Toll -"kA. -
In in Bearing Orange 8\'.,TeUtha Beckett.Glen Btrohm and Robert A. preeldeat.vtoe-prealdeot, ,eeeretarr. .rM I lo '
rtardee are oXwHUaU,eaM deene beiac... tseaeerpr, -1 flve "",,,"-. A.etamiea for> 'a Ii O. J. HECTOR 'A ?
Grove. data of July Mth.laM.XwlU.oa the Ant Hoav raetor shall be held by vote U UM capital ----l-
500 tree day m Beutemher.the auoe beiaK the7l1ada.orthe Mock at the principal office of the erwpasy.la '
F* offer of Dealer
a bearing grove Booth,and*legal aale day,between the lent ntosvlUe.o* the ant Tuesday of July, of aokper. D. iMyMarifY p.. .. : General : :;"" .
Pity Point hammock. Crop, coming hour of,.,., and in front. the court house The board of director shall Meet the '
poo, about 600 boxes Twelve acre aIn T .....w.. florlda sat the fuilowincdescribed l re.lrUnt, vioe-preetdeot.aeoretarf and_ nM'.whoBiaybedireeMnoraot.aadaaaU () :aaero'h'nn.c:1I.sefl4: : : fi' i
to-witi All of the south- hare
Excellent property
land. Three hundred feet west of section cue, townahlp twenty- MwectoouaaoUdatcany two of laW Meee. Ifleelded ca Melbourne, Flo .' _
W on river and running back quarter ottanar thlrty-elz cast, excepting expedient. IMraoUm sad oOeere shall e 51 .:, .,
milt Same Amount of front on :::-.r of tb s.rtt belt Wd M ttoekhotiten U tbe eorpuratlou. 1Me _
aooUa-west quarter.which eonulne twenty acre*, *. Tbe blrheet amount of Indebted aess er U. .J. I,:
|aty road. New house; four large Geonre W.llor- ahWt,. to which the eurvoratloa nay at aay .w nuu-
sealed; with hall and porch;; and torn to The known bMance as thepropertrof of said ao. OWIId Quarter, lute subjectvault; then PA!exeaed o.e bald theface 13ELLr>Z.Ptlea1t4 1i l Hats, Shoes, Clothing, Dry G qi S

hen, dairy, large cement cistern, lees the exception mrmii'ninlj eootaln one bee value of the aUdtockm"'",. ; ;
and for aerea.or so mach thereof*shall r.ews.op r.rwww r 4
died Goods
of of y *
springs water a variety Just Arrired.
W.C. Splendid :
of said decree 04JIi
aatiafy the amount '
to
be suAcavt ........ s
north Improvement aldh u4 soul,. said laad la sinatad in tbsoloanrlor4Lawseideral4. Aiv .
the price asked. A great bar- ieule< Aknown -* -..inBrevard C.WH H.M.Nace&j Baxsr,, ; OILS PAINTS, nAKDWARX, J.XA1!., :}: _

FrIoe$3,7O. portion W. M. War 14. WALL.tCEJ'S's DRUGS GROCERIES: .. ;
U th.above descrihed tend i* htmmocli.lenu (OJUUf 4 .
I/It* for>particalan to U I&Ie,eah. .J.P. lantssanut.r ..H.BUV. mwi v_,a.I. ; Of all kinds; and in fact a full u.a.ottvUJUIJ.o&

KOBBOT QIAOS*, TtturlI1e. '"' v CiAl. st7$ 1.1'.0&41' :f5' ..... Can u4 U117'IQ, U _
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gEA'S WEALTH. been held In high value by manklni. Intha'New properties of the Jufc which- works- "inch'" rnliS; FItO1} BILL All!'!I man-would It to b upon trort taxpayer them with.h fetttcoonatst ha*no rhlldreo f J !d

Testament the kingdom of wonder, states "that he baa discovered : b compelled t euc.o"herpeople's People who are sly should
b
heaven is compared to a pearl of great In it a remedy or cancer, when used ell and b is A lady who had a servant ciat
and the New Jerusalem was revealed with some) other preparations. The and best for the .
|THINGS 07 VALUE: WHICH WE price, or- that 1: should be educated. 1 t curiosity inquired upon returning
to St. John twelve ferment of the is believed h ChclftD
OWB TO OLD OCEAJT.Beautiful : as having gan.zed papaw a ,doubt upon a visit one afternoon: '
dooM each of,which was a single. poarL- to be a bacillus; but Dr. Granvllla.saysho Bo Dilates Upon tie Lou of a Mother this subject,&wnr Ito the tax "Did the carrier leave any
Star;, ha satisfied himself of the
[Washington therapeutic that mat
I u eUt&lIe1 chUdra Martf"
value of the certain of,Its up good
[ I>ye* Made from Marine Jules, or a thinkers "Nothing but a card ma'am."
elements, as a solvent of She morbifically tt n..yti' wb put "
Aalmsdftv And Shell*-Most Vfcluabl TOUT'S B1YTTONB.ow .' ., taxed to "Whom7s it
fd..1
kdufatcd tissue In the !
cancer, when administered With Croup.Bemedies
o
Tight
Hrt. Arp'f '
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of All Sea Product in combination with certain the wealthy' but 'Wh wold submit "And did you think b reading t tma'.ra" It,
World Without End. The rbaes-fUv m a tar tar noor. Private said the girl with Injured air.

Of the thing of v la. which com !They Would Persist in ComingOff specified adjunct scucosa a beoolull.because m. JI' lean i not, but any one who send
.
.
Pair Discussing Median* nubile
L' b "Perh.p
I from the sea then I Ia no end. The beau. the :Boy VOsvnnentsu Philosophic u il associations, but me on postal cards stupid and
bt I
tiful dye known u Tvrian purple wss THE!: :rLOIlUDA KVEROI/ADES. must a eh. kt the plt impertinent-that's alL""YouI
old otbet'd&r
Looking over an box the
formerly procured from s tort of molInsk standby the sustain said
obtained f came upon abandfet Tony's buttons, V4.nTtaeyTtZ.I, Ga., AnguH 1-The moet Thai are best watched people ID excuse me Ina'am" the
the coloring matter being A De.nalLand!( of Swamp and Troplo tb th servant "bat .
writes Florence Alden. call them b world the trustees loftily putty
from vein in the back of the ani I ( Veeetation"'f vttsJ, providential and nUTnI trait ia fo heM b o < tt' .
a tingle I. to be talkln'
mother
Tony's button, for: thee relict of peat : oar tmmanrtr is the mifanul loMitot diM a way your own mother
maL Sepia li the dark fluid from the shirts wale'and little long since Not far from Tampa are the well- Mod on the ootporto. It tel a &m I" Youths Companion. '
of the cuttle-fish. The gallof the pants and which mother has lot woman to all.uz. .
big known everglade of Florida, that myttorlous Tbe tors care a or a gifted .
mlaid. aside wed
earp if used in Turkey as a green paint to worn: .wear.out Reverently. picked that Tony them out i nnsurveyed, unexplored: region, b bond.roffrprlnls the laving cr- of eUM- ..Aw. b Atlanta Constitution Looking: Ahead.
Ma for staining A certain blralve -
piper. from the collection ftt the box and into the farthest recesses of which man little would
Without It the thlan
belplns
,
attaches itself
MEETING OF
the Mediterranean "How late do these
in
Young man- streetcars
{ holding them ia my band, locked long never ha penetrated and never calk perish In their infancy, and the world become STOCKHOLDER v
to the bottom a made of fiber to rant"
by rope and those remindersof Decupling the lowest part of the peninsula aepopu1a
at
beautiful and delicate that It Is woven earnestly little simple of Florida, it is a terror incognita, For years und yean I have watch thesemothsrsw.teheI Of the Georgia State Alliance Conductor-"They run all night."

iota all sorts of exquisite art!. my curly-headed Nearly a "dark t Africa," almighty morass, a and wondered-and to mynindthsreknogreaterproofof "I am glad to hear that."
avery button was pulled out with a tin love of Exchange
I of the "
clet, the usefulness golden piece of the garment from which it came sickly swamp inhabited by alligators, God to the human race than the iatcn, ,,\I. A meeting of the trustee "Got a job as nigh wathmA
threads thUl'employed baring earned Indian and snakesand is said to be "ockhotcr "No, but my girl's going to
sewed fast to it. Well I Mmcmber how absorbing love of a mother for h r child. of the Geonl State folt..r
for the spinner thereof the name also the refuge of cdmioala'wbo id its This love is nit founded In any phllr..ophr Alanc move into this neighborhotret
often felt with becausehis
I
of the "illk woim of the ses" Many annoyed Tony loathsome depth are as safe and secure that we can understand Why the lovrs one wa belt at A&lant Tuesar.'' The meeting A Smith's Good .

kinds of shells, whole or cut to'pieces, buttons were always off. from pursuit u Jt on another planet. .In child more than .another! Why love hm WM a very busy one I 11 ca.lle
.
are circulated as money in Africa, India One waist in particular I recall-a own Ill-favored, fretful troublesome offspring to order promptly at 10 WnnuB-How did you like that girl
with small 01 aclYentur.
(dark blue with Kate Greenawny figures. company a party : Lucre than the bMuU'nl. affectionate President Peek and in session all
of the world. Not the beach
and other parts a tad on yesterday
19'1 you
OUt tourilta.llo long since, writes a cor. child of her nrighbort. There are W.000,001
Several buttons in hand
few savage peoples utilize the shells of my brought respondent of the Omaha Bee, we' char. people in the United 8tat**. and everyone of day and part of the night. There were Nodd-First rte I came very near

mussels snails ;jd oyiters for drinking vividly to' my mind the last time Tony tered a little steam launch, one of those them had a roothvr-I reckon-though t'e present 130 trustees, representing almost proposing to her I found she had

vessels, spoons and other utensils. The wore that waist. The imago of my pretty toy affairs that float nroa a heavy acw; scriptures do ipcek of "men that In horn of every county in the state. The meetingwas on a ready made necktie.-Clonk Review.
and mussel little boy came back to me as I lookedat woman,* like there might; be vome thrr sort characterized by entire harmony
mother-of-pearl oyster many and went some miles up a narrow, somewhere. Perhaps 64tOOOCO of them hood
and snail shells 'are cut like onyx into those well-worn buttons-:his bright, nameless that during throughout <1 there was no factional FOB Impure or thin Blood. Wekn, Molaxla.Neuralgia -
animated face In anticipation stream comes oat of tho a mother's love and care infancy, ami ,
.
sparkling Blllominew.
cameos and made into buttons. Some eyes everglades and goes'down to the sea. if that love and care could bare I ee i exclusive : dl1ertnct f tnmbln. take'Brown's In"II"on\ strength
of the fun be would have at tho
and thin shells the uninterrupted and by tie -iln ,he roll call the report feel
large serve purpose Upon tho entrance to this regCon unprejudiced p- >r making old persona young-and young
of class windows in eastern countries. picnic he was going to attend; his long, very' live oaks festooned outside Influences what world of good people of I'm!-.cut Peek was received and persons strong pleat to take.
wets seen gigantic -
many ,
Shell flowers, shell earrings, shell beautiful' face curls God floating around child as sweeta the with mojs and air plants, which we was would ruminating have.I about this the other read. .Then came the report of Secretar It Is to cost f 10.0 to gild the dome of the,

brooches and shell bracelets\ are worn in little blue as pants and ever waist gave, broad a collar; soon gavd way W a tangled mast of vegetation night, brcanre about midnight, "when deepilerp Lcdbetter, folowe by the state hOUleln- lotn _BB M H MB,
civilized lands. Parchment is the these had been
manufactured characteristic of tho falleth upon a Iran, but not upon a '
from the intestines of seal and finished at the neck with a blue and climate in which we wore. Trees tropical, vines, woman with an infant child, there Will an read the report of the experts appointed DI L. L ORUCI.Toledo.for fortyyeats 0., says, have"I

-the same material is employed 'by the white tie Surely Tony was tweet that flowers alarm up stairs, and my wife at uck a rratch to examine ex-Business Agent Wjnn's never seen a preparation that could prescribe
,
. moss shrubbery all struggledfor
and hurried to.find the little grandchild much confidence of 1
day tip with so success as cmHall's
|'Eskimo for clothing and blankets. The As I kissed him' said what themastery and were bound togetherin suffering with the croup. There 11 not hag books and account was submitted. The Catarrh Onre." Bold tJ Druggists,Ho.
goodby (
membranes of the halibut of the and directors was
stomach
are one inseparable whole. Startled by In the world thd'com" BO indtfenly, end reports experts ,
rendered serviceable in Greenland for made me do so f): Now" Tony, .doa'tpull the approach of our launch, birds of brilliant with such sharp metallic unnatural crowing o.mpletenr exhaustive,. showing the Tee which has been men.steady and women rise In the averAge, ever,
window and the same people use off your buttons. lound that death seems right at the An r, and exonerating Colonel mar
panes, plumage with wild cries of fright e.Ure since 1873.
I "No and he what Is to be dvne most be done :
and'.e.lnota. mamma, was gone. and quicklyor and
,walrus leather for harness Peck in cvery'partlcular from
flew the head
:
of
lie didn't mean to.: I knew it then. I away; occasionally ugly not ot .11. Meney tke Tear Ueu.4.UlssBmlthsars .
Oil is obtained from various mammals'4nd from a'l' blame. The
alligator was seen above the surfaceof Tbe anxious: mother trembles and piteous. every standpoint
"Can I 125 weekIn
know :
it better but the II per
unreliable
flihes of the ocean, from the porpoise now, the water,which"grew blacker lit we If begs for help-help to nve her child. her old directors were then unanimously! re the bUlln8" Ye m1 I make $4 t
for the lubricating the most delicate buttons came off in spite of boyish resolutions .ascended and snakes, innumerable only child; but Mrs :Arp his rafsod ten from elected, and they requested to reelect 18 per dy pltl\1 pJatJ je..lr
machinery from tho cod-fish for and at night. Tony came home the cradle to courting time and they have Colonel Peek w"r ns of the selling ( K. Delno A Co. Columbu.
president
crawled down
and the banks the
looking quite demoralized. I did not up of all had the croup, a good deal of croup end C O., will give you nil tnfonUoa )
whale
medicine, from the for illumination I and cx-ofBcio 'chsirmin of the coots Business is and
stream.It, It to bard to scare an old soldier: but still she exchange 1
scold him. I I didn't.I .
am glad only round. A RBIDKO.VAwWiBKLM
and so on.. Among other such oils laid made me shudder to think of..being has a holy horror of this insiduous night- board of directors of Ihj cchane. The the year

are those of the sun flsV and cramp fish : "Naughty boy. your buttons are lost in such a: place, of hopeless nder. loving, treacherous disease, and she cues to following resolution was then introduced Gin and Machinery Co.,Atlanta .
for rheumatism, and menhaden oil for gone. the sunless and fljrhtlng it like killing snake Syrup of Ipe- of Cu'hbert. Oa., manufacture Cotton Glue Feeders.
Jogs through
paint making and currying leather. I "No, mamma, I have'.got! .them all." recesses rae to her favorite re tedy, but she use lrr" That tht trmtee stock Cndenler.P. ., CUou.8 Oi illllaIce.
soap impenetrable gloom of the forest, of the lard and and ,
flax seed
I And out from the little pocket came the warm turpentine, and ] .Tauk
I The bottos.and debris' of the fisheries! rebellious buttons, ,with unfortunateKate ,horrors to be met. with in the dark, dis- onion juice, and calomel, and Dover's powder : holders' .convention now II session do Wlnd.MI. to Write for) Pmp

form fish guano. them wal, Stygian depths, of the nnmeFeas and liniment, and warm water, and lo moat emphatically and unqualifiedly FITS stopped free by KUint's QRKATNXRVI -
Among the curious products of the sea Grecnaway gUrcbaagIogtG. monsters and slimy reptiles that inhabit belLs an I nitrate of silver and some fiber condemn the course of The .tlanf/ RWTORTO. No DR after Cm day's'a
utilized in commerce is the "bcche-do- in doleful tatters.1 the and things when necessary, according to circumstances Journal Tht Mown use. Marvtlous Treaties and 18 trial
tner ueumber I sighed as I looked at the wreck, and stagnant pool.; from tho agony and some of. them always do the Telegaph bottle free. Dr. CUr Arch 8U. Ptilla.. PaIfsflltcted ,
resembling a prickly .1
and misery of existence in such A region work and bring tellef, and I have thougbt papers In the limits state now
color from Tony said) !"Mamma, I can't,ho pit'tber ;
brown or black in ; and eight I'll; madness were a relief. At intervals a that if a small portion of all these remedies pursuing the same policy towards the with ar.YNuDr. Isaac Tnmp
will off but
inches to two feet in length This deli come ; someday break in the leafy labyrinth along the was put in a bottle and well shaken before state exchange and state alliance, in rrn's E)- al aUr '.

cacy, appreciated only by the gourmet, grow big. and shan't wear,;,, hlrt"wal.ta. banks of the stream enabled us' to look taken, it would cure most any infirmity that false and malicious statements the .
Then won't have to sew on the btt.Won't flesh to heir to.
Is minced and served in a thick It you
soup. back some distance from the shore, and ing Colonel Peek and other officers of
tons. that be nice! We were talking about the alarm we had HeadacheIndigestion
U taken at Jo w' water upon'shoals and .tho.fantastic form. which tr Tine. and the state We believe that
Nice I Ob :if could e., the other night and I remarked that the Inflammation
mud banks over which the fishermen Tony, Tony, you echng.
shrubbery assumed needed but little imagination of the muoou. membrane of th.. this port of a programme '
wade knee deep; when their feet come only come back and pull off the buttons to bo transformed into verdurous larynx WM always' atte ded with-- to destroy the order, and all thatpertvins Biliousness,
..:'tact with a slug it is picked up. once more, I would not Ilk for greater<< and "It was ctoUg, said Mrs. Arp, "the child alanc.
rooms Vvitibulcs sylvan galleries to the too the broth-
.nQ happiness I Mothers don't scold the bad the !
t'I'Oup.
Bomotiin.es ice HUM are dlOd- .1 Lor, i in little follows because they get tU9. bit- and boudoirs| or, ,again,, the, vaulted "Of course," said I, but yon know, my' ethood to beware of such influence'." DyspepsiaAnd

deepest places b6ti8rU, Jrteyi* P- with tree dear, that when the trachea and bronchial This resolution wee unanimously
this do not appreciate! forettllngputposes ton on .u4 t'1!! ?J J2J ?"Bt them. I tubes become partially obstructed with false adopted by a rising vote. After hearingall
country the ia short that will ." mlmfckod the wrought oaken beams "
cuttle fish At best time you membrane*- the facts in connection with all Troubles
the hideous another have the privilege,.of' sowing them on; Elllars and frieze, and high fantastic roof "Tbe child had the croup."said she. "It exchange tbe'al. Stmac
which afford so profitabletn4 ance a special ,
polypi, for little and OC those dark .in times aloof was a clear case of old-Nshioned croup. ,
soon pUce*
our boys .
eiteniive a fishery along} the Mediterranean grow up go Under such circumstances," laid I. "It toesentlal seven wa appointed to draft resolution A cur
shorts in Eastern seas. N.vpr- away from usj; then some one besides Cathedral called. that the Inner cuticle of the larynx endorsing the action of Colonel Peek

the Ie.., the epicures declare% ihe fish of mamma Las'tho butions to sow on. Our further progress up the stream wa be suffused with absorbents, and the outer and expressing the entire confidence<< of Hood'sSarsaparilla.

these many.armed and pulpy horrors to Apd some-ah, some-only use the finally 0 barred by a fallen, tree, and we !. epidermis be" subjected. to counter. Irritant the trustee stockholders In h's integrity.

Be of exceptional dollciousnes. They I buttonsa few years. Then toe Father gladly returned to 'civilizationsand( the because"$,rup-of ipecac b better than either," They presented the fallowing resolution t

. bring large prices ia th* market; duo I Who gave their Iweet.faces to us for a society of man. *: aid she, and so I subsided.'iheneit "After hearing all the evidence in detail .

. being usually taken in the knaUqtfs or little time takes them, back again and morning after a case of croup, in relation to the alliance echangand

I captured in ,deep water by means of I I we-we only: wait, hoping some day to A Market in Siberia. my wife begins with calomel and quinine to Brother Peck's connection therewith.

' i irthorn) Jars strunir toffother and lowered I we them once more.. -[Chicago Time -' *work nta off a return.the cold she and takes she the generally lead at pre-the "R8tve.1)_the stockholders': con

to the bottom of tfie sea. The Jars are Julius JL Price', writing from Kramo- family doctor, and keeps on hand a pretty Tat W. L. Pook bee "AugustFlower"

permitted to.remain for a certain numberof A: Picture Three Miles Long. lank, in January to the Illustrated London far; drug stor AU that I have to do in conducted the the exchange it/

hours la order that the animals may -..-' News, describes the scene In that such emergencies is to stand around and be a way that meet oar entire approval, and
leek hiding places In them. Inasmuch town of which be made handy, and move with alacrity and wait oa that our confidence him Is firm and unshaken -
Join Bonvard, the artist,died recently on market-day, her, and lire up the stove and bring hot water i
u the creatures are attractedby white or in Watertown, S. D., of heart failure.' a sketch: and spill some of it on my bare feet and and that confidence in hit

bright objects the fishermen deck places Ills career u an artist, a traveller cud an '"1 have rarely seen anything more in. never flinch/ 1C croup was the only Infantile ability and integrity-* ubounde."

In the oreeks and hollows in the rocks adventurer was unique and interesting, toreating than the market here, a* the trouble our conjugal life would have hid Th afternoon session 19'1 deoted to
with white stones and shells, over which the cathedral a fair share of felicity but there has been the of the trustee stockholders For Dyspepsia.
and the story of hU life U full of incidents huge open space opposite wear and tear and anxiety of Seething and receiving report
the polypi spread themselves. that go beyond the usual. which 1* deserted on other week days, cOlic and soarla'inc and whooping cough and from the different count.and A. Ballanger, Propr., Stove Foundry
Some kinds of sea shells aroused for become Saturday one of the most and wounds and bruises discussion indulged .
lIe was born in New York about 1820, on measles and mU'vps no 19'1 nigh Montagny, writes: "I
trumpets and fog horns as well as for and his youthful days were spent in animated scene concel yable.. The peasants without number, but it'. all over at last, for session was largely attended, but no bul- have used Queb for Dyspepsia

. lamps and vases, while the natives in study of drawing and for which for miles around arrive by hundreds the crop to laid by. We are playinc patriarchs ness was transacted. The proposed plan Irecommend
relief.
painting and helping these : mothers It me great
now young
certain parts of the world make out of and hundred. driving in their establish central gave
he snowed decided taste at any early when we can. but we have Lut Iota of rest to a purchasing agency all as aver
""bella very beautiful pipes, a short ebony ago. When he was fifteen years old his sledges laden with various ware These and oar old age to calm and serene. Mrs and also tub-exchange was thoroughly it to "Dyspeptics

item being Inserted into a hole at theapex father died, after losing his plO}>ertr, are formed up in sections by the police. Arp is, I know, for she k in the go morethan discussed, but no action was taken. The I good remedy.

Of the spire. Bo precious waa the and the boy went to Louisville where Everything seems to have its regular I ever knew her, and iusent any car- meeting adjourned till Wednesday morn -

Tyr'tan purple of: ancient times, above he worked for a time .. a clerk in a place for on each market.day the arrangement risge to go in either and,and takes she to mteatonary pres dent of a. ing. Ed. Bergeron, General Dele
ncletv, paper
referred to, that In the reign of Augustus drug store. A year later he nod openeda i* the same. Now a stroll missionary*, and takes aft my little money, too, aud THE DIRECTORS MEET. Lauzon, Lvs, Queb writes: 'T

one pound of wool dyed with it sold for studio and established himself as an through the noisy crowd reveals curiosl-. the tennis court to ,right% cloee to the church At a meeting of tho new bo rd. all tho have with Behest

about $170. This is not surprising, inasmuch artist. lie did not long remain in LouU tit*, quite unknown to tho Wltraf.eledEuropean. : where the muuionarie meetand I never knowwhere old officers of the board were re-elected a* possible results for Dyspepsia.
four of the liquor abe la exactly, sad last night; she went
as pounds .
YUle, but after painting several pieces he to lh. blind man's otnocrt, and I bad to stay follow W. L. Peek, president; L. F. -
from the mollusk used were required for started out to earn his living by exhibitIng "To an artist the scene is one teeming at home with the young mother and her Livingston, vice president; Led- C. A. Barrington, Engineer and

, dying single pound of wool. Thus I them, and he visited Naw Orleans, with interest. In my sketch, which child for fear of accident. better, secretary.THE 1 B General Smith, Sydney, Australia,
the rich Tynan fabrics were woith their 'Natchez, Cincinnati, aud other towns was made in the principal walk, provisions That to all right Mrs. Arp ahe would writes Flower has
weight in'gold. The secret of this dye boat and sometimes giving exhitions are chiefly sold. They are spreadout stay It I wanted to go, but she dldeut say it : "August efecte.
going by and I ni. kIT! told her I ditlent NEW PARTY IN MAINE a cure in my case.
WM lost for centuries and its rediscovery flatboat fitted for the either on -the ground or on the very strong, complete I ace
on a
In modem, times has not been useful, up sledges. You will notice the grotesque care to go, .01'1 all right I wanted thi like a miracle."
occasion. mother to too, and leave the cMM
owing to th finding of the value of He made a scanty living and met many effect of the frozen mutton, also the young with me, but she looked go surprised and s.idNo > MakIng Preparation for the

cochineal and coal-tar colors for similar adventures and hardships. One of his fmzun pigs. Uotween them, on the indeed, I wouldrnt htave my child for Coming Campaign. '. Geo. Gates, Crnt Miss,.writes:
purpose The mother-of-pearl shells ground are seen round hite blocks, all the shows In the wurl pictures, made about this time was a A dispatch of Tuesday from Augusta,
which are manufactured today into so which to great. astonishment, I A.d that' *hy I wan lumlnsting over tht best remedy in the for Drsppi.
panorama of Venice, which ho painted my maternal ius Inct, and I with that it prevailei Me "The following tall will be word
many articles of ornament and utility wholly from imagination and afterward found were half galloiW of milk As amatter all over the world, awl would keep these ..aJI a few days by the state representative I was ad with

are those of certain lArge species ofoysters exhibited with success. While on one of fact here and now, everything city mothers more at home, instead of goingto !: of the people's party: but used several btle

obtained trora 'several part of of his river trips, ftlr. Danvard conceived in the 'eatable line is frozen; so it can the tbaatera and rpcras. meet every ulght; "We hereby call a conference of all of Flower and
August
the world.. Their subatanoe I* formed be l without daawg the whole win ant lea v bur their ttud r coria with a cn.
the idea of a of ept ... citizens who believe in the ofprinciples
of thin membrane' painting panorama nun or .no por u-e-1 oia mouier. 11 a platform sider myself a well man. I sincerely
tot alternate layers very the entire Mueissippl Iliver. It was woman baa to little children and w.mt. to adopted at to meet
and of carl -mate of lime, but the pearly. his ambition to point the Urpent ter."Live stoot, game and flh, sufficientto preach or exhort or do something torel-rni at Auburn on ihe Cinconli r recommend this medicine to sufe-

luster is produced by minute w.vea.ln in the world.; He set about it in last several months, are killed as soon mankind, nobody ou..ht to ibjfct. provided lug humanity the world over.
picture let for the of state
the U fit for the businev but th-re are not purpose perfecting a
the layers. ,These furrows the surface the frost ts in and in a short ;
upon 1810. Alone in an skiff, with no M Ie very and for the G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
is open luau/ of that kind in this part of the coun organization laying out work. G
shed the brilliant reflection that his rifle and his In. .time become at hard ai stone, so that it Ihprw New U. A.
outfit except drawing try-not enough to surprise on- alarm Cimpatgn of 1802. Woodbury, Jersey, S
to beautiful to the eye and the effect liniments, he travelled thousands of requires some considerable& heat to soften or people-sal so we will not nuke gea learned that the :

may be produced by scratching Il&r.llet miles. When his rifle failed to bring them.- The price of the various comestible any fw. about (c.: Ninety-nine' out of a be made in the only changes t :.***s&sss ttaa. i3E5TrtWsl

lines, a thousand or more to the Inch fcod he are, as a rule, astoundingly low. I hundred had rather be mothers at boa-e than general platform accepted I a ARjS
him necessary painted pictures Cincionatfwill be the addition of .
.
speakers abroad and always will I reckon. B l*tk
upon- glaaa.The and exhibited then to make money give you a short Ibt.hlch I think may "It i. the maternal instinct that mnk-4 I: wc- a and taxation plaoks of 40

most valuabia of all sea products enough to buy food and tar replenish his be of Interest Boef mutton or pork: men the bti, Uo.-ber. in cur *-ho>.1s where which temperance the former will be the most important .
Is and the from 8 ......,. .. .
the .rl1tl4lf. largest specimen materials. (any part) averages 11 pence to th* mr WMrkll of tsedr TU .
known is in the possession of an pound. In the fish market T.od r w toe woru-tne ngtit wcra. liAR and will advocate placing thesale .
Englishman Mr. Bereaford Hope. It U :For mere than a year ho-lived ta this starlet pence per which fetch in bt I a boy gets tough he should be taught bye of intoxicating liquors under the M tad Bra ,
and when his preparatory drawings or sturgeon tcan-and he generally.. A toUl, NllJI" U C.
control of national
way and state t C
two inches long, four and one-half inches 5 shilling to 17 shillings 0 government, 4.-.h-. tes..
,Petersburg has .
weredone' he erected, a building in boy no busumai la a womu' schr 4. Itin .
from the traffic the elementof ELY BRO&.
In circumference and weighs three ounce Louisville, where they were transferred pence per three pounds are here sold fit tla.t. woman ttumlil tnach and train taking away 1 Wa.1.1.1.-

*. The father of the present Czar of to canvas and CrU exhibited. The artist's for about 1 shilling 8 pence. Butter' the young ch Idrvn. Her kind manners and profit. ADVICE TO
Russia devoted twenty-five years' search ft to shilling pound womanly sympathy redoes ihent sad suppli- AL IS TKZafl.
,
per
ambition was realized. The paint- average pence meats their mother' ...'kt A .
to the collection of pearls for a necklace in;;*was the largest ever made, and, milk 11 pence to 8 pence per gallon training; at b<_ Just training a* little or g.rl lore A dispatch from Dallas, Tex fays: .1..w.fr.
which be to hU wife. Each \bread and white bread 8 The first state convention of the
black
presented complete, it covered three miles of can pence her doll, so dune woman 10.ve a rhild-any people'
gem in the col lection was required to bea vu. It was one of the wonders of the peace per pound. During the summer body's child. Jiutaa a little boy des u.4 party convened here Tuesday, abvut one

perfect sphere, and also it was de- day after the people heard about it, and month everything. fa slightly dearer.* love a doll, to does not man love i.theipes.- hundred delegat being present. W. n Tufl's
pld's children Thanks to the human
should lit ogress
mended that none of hem ever Lamb o meeting to order .
exhibited in cities of this country ,
was many women are now the educators of chil
have been worn by any one else. With aid abroad attracting much atteo. !Tb "Head1 XeocbW. drinonall this broad land. Tho-re II .....la. lug the object to be for the purpose pf ".Cct .UMM areas*sttaa-*

pearls.it U M with rubies, email ones are II tion. INew York Tunes. tag IB the calling that militates again- their fOmultDg. union plan for the ,gives BafcsnJdkMfcarff
organ aiaJlapaete 'M whale
so plentiful as to be a drug, bat big ones nodakty punty of thought, are a rarity. Fishing for them is a lottery Italian and colored women in Gothana from contact with the world but how tar out the state. Toe dub tuh

in which the prlxee are few, and the New Use -for the Papaw. are known peculiarly* the fond"head of handkerchief what U U
blanks numberdd by millions. It believed of this article U characteristic aDd the respect ** the of-poslte KM, I do>>POI passed by the legislature and apt the CM be 'a thea .r ftC w .
a .
Indies the use -
of the characteristics
by the Hindoo that pearls are In the West one know. Cincinnati
drops of dew which full into the shells of of an intelligent cook U the care attempt upon the part of both race to w. real that the .III\!..of 8 n< Sing waa recommended platform.that effective speaker speakers* be "II. ,.-p fro..fr..t&4-. ,so..

the oysters the mollusks rising to the with which he or she will see to it thata cling to customs learned in a climate Interviewed the other day, and was aak-4 put in th field In Ohio to defeat McKinley 55.7 p.r.es tar 5), W'C' I. I
., WOb
what U 1-
different from that of New York. w. prim cans that brought the wa $
surface of the sea in the month of Mayto papaw tree Is graving within a short very and .. -
rrfanoers tbera. It teema bit Ihe las makes A. u. ,
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catch the drops in their shells. Julius distance of the kitchen door. The fruit The determined way In which both race ttalsdairtocbtala a short bfogrephyofvery SftD I.U .. Y. A.-. CtMIUC." D

Caesar presented to Servilia a pearl valued .f the papaw, if large and well grown, cling to outdoor life is another xnantfea- OSM,and he answered promptly "The BAKER TO HANG TOBACCO
Uoman be breakfast dish litton of the same lastinct. The popular leak of control tome moral "RED EYE"
at oOOOt Clodius, the : is not to despised aa a parental ait and is TIUt "" .
glutton, swallowed one worth $48,000. and its rich golden flesh is to many much nacM for the Italian and African. head training in the schools. ptii bws.1IEtV. .. ULaiI'-'

Sir Thomas. Oreaham. emulous of the ex I more palatable than that of the popular by the ".:" admirably illustratestbefaLeotwordsli& And lane yet there are father who tarn their On the 27th Day of November f.LJ 11 : tii
1 the mouths of the fcoje as aa early age and If a eonaci-n- I ..t.e.liH
ample! of Cleopatra, ground a pearl which melon. But the attractiveness of thepapaw "Kerchief SfaMM tearhsr tries to restrain them it pro I Next. J

bad cost him }45,
ta order to thus. fitly drink the health ofhis which posaesa tho remarkable property moan primarily a head covering.: When town. The old I are better thanttttjaewosMem Ya., says: In the rae of the commonwealth ."aw "'.

iueen. A pearl nearly three inches of rendering meat tender The toughest' this article of OTCM. came to be carrVdia np There.ttt against John Bakrr, uxnu.., aUI1&M 1
the baud it took the nam*of handkerchief eoMOtraapeataUe so 1. lh m. A. ,
and said to be the old rooe- Dt
shaped most
long pear perfect beefsteak or hopeless and in hoaM every day sut.king "garsttes, lion for anew trial t ovrruleJ. and
still
ta .respects", is staled to be in the collection ter caa be made soft and comparatively or "haad.h_ cover, have seen Oem beg them of a passing U, the prisoner was sentenced hangedon -

of the Shaw of Persia but the juicy by beipg wrapped for an hour or later times the original 'kItVhIOI"POPQlady "head-asAd-- sad yea those parent wouUeattaUeveiltt Friday, November 27lh b. Ounsd I "

coast beaatifal pearl known is ia the two ta the large, dark green paw acquired the sMna" h ad4ua4-LM4. V told th., and wrepuU perhaps -very b' for the defense bad a consultation I ..u l _
L.uuof Zoslau ia Moscow\ OraavUie who kerchief which II to by t i.1
Mortimer
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tve purposeof
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MAKING ,MONEY. ia all the years it hat been Ia operation, la small pieces, and two beads of "TH3 THAKE3 SMBANKJCENT. 'Hr. :lleooher WU' 8uprlM4. ,
that rule has never had te be enforced cabbage lettuce. Let the whole simmer J -
-- -HNfr York Post until tender and serve with tho various A Wonderful Work f Engineering Rev. nen'7 Ward BeecW lot* for

::.3EOAl1TIONB TAKEN TO PREVENT ingredients."I that History of Which ia Forgotten. children was well known. II* always
VBAT7D OF ANY SORT JAWS OF BEASTS., knew 'botch-potch' wee an old listened to their prattle with interest, add
's term In law," went on the gentleman, At the seat of an extensive commerce they talked to him with fearless frankness -
"and liking my soup so much, I had the and internal trade, homes London waas on all, *ubj cta. He was sometime
:following: a Note Through IU Various itae.r Ways in Which Some of ThemAre cnrioolty to look it up. When undivided eminent in antiquity as it is to-day.. rather startled- by their remark

Processes In the Bureau of Engraving fastened.; property is brought Into the common 'Its monuments, the memorials of itsgreatness lie used to tell the following .story with
and Printing at Washington. and it is called 'hotcb- tch,' and prove its prominence. One.oi great enjoyment
"Jaws are funny things. The cr0codile' these if it Is Roman work which is un
old writer law 'It seemeth from
an on says, One Sunday he was returning II
lower law is not socketed In the certain ID }
that this word is also used a* a pudding Is the embankment of the rivet church he overtaken by one) of his 6
: ,
skulL Is the with other animals II 41
To show what as raw Thames. This immense work is quite
precaution are taken for in a pudding is not put commonly who held hit little daughter '
parishlOllera
bf the Bureau of Engraving and Printing but that the skull i Is socketed In the jaw, of so one thing( alone, but one thing with unequalled by any of the labor of the b'1 the hand. In hit sermon that day he -coniUOHV"- ,
the animal lift the
to prevent fraud of any tort, it i* necearv *- can upper: part other things together.' "-{New York modern English engineers. For thirty- hd earnestly! exported one to practice : '
its head a* a hinge and so capture the every -
Upon of
. only to follow a bank-note through Tribune. seven miles along the course human kindness. The little girl evi TM inJ
Its various processes before it is issuedto whatever prey may be at hand without stream lofty mounds confine the' river that her father shouldbe of+ woman' ,peculiar trouble and
the world. going.to the trouble of getting upon its THE: 'OaOWE DW ABJ'B. within fixed bounds, and offer a secure rebuked information Dr. 'Pierce'sFavorite '
.The steel- late which serves as a die is leg*. This U,a great saving of exertionto path to the navigator. On each side the _volunteered the morn ailments comet with '
-
not hand the saurian, which delights in wooing far below the embankment that papa had'vcolded Mary that Pretcr It core*
engraved by a single but by country spreada.out
soft the mud bank.It A.:Diminutive People in the Depths the functional derangement w
buxom
several, each. man being given that part repose upon o and more than, once the waters ing."And Mr. them. For all r
was Herodotus, the father of history, of African Forest tho who Is Mary!. inquired disorder and
of the work for which his training has have broken through, overspread *, painful :
especially adapted him. A part, indeed who first commented in recorded writing At a recent meeting of the Paris Geographical lowlands, and .left desolation around Boecher. I cook replied the chronio vsakriesaea that: afflict wo-'
is done by ,a most 'delicately adjusted upon this surprising "circumstance re- Society a letter was read fromM. them. The English: had neglected to, little"Why, Mary *our .mankind h'. a certain remedy.. ItV ,
machine, which cuts with a mathematical specting the crocodile. Paul CrampeL the explorer of the repair and strengthen tho banks of the gosslper. bad. Bat I restorative tome i.
well thai Is too an invigorating
So Lucas of .the Smithsonian "Well ;
Osteologist of
that human held is deft of the river and indebted to the skill
precision no Ogowe Basin giving 'acconnt were "
said Mr.Beeohrr and -.
hope doeunt scold mamma ; soothing cordial bracingnerr:
Institution Star ,
was saying to a of pa
diminutive restoration
imitate for the
enough to perfectly bit of Bayagas, a people' who in a Dutch engineer '
writer and he I with a twinkle ia his eye as be ine non-alcohoht .
addod vegetable
mechanism moreover, too elaborate for : habit the great forests extending to the the Roman work. "Tho Thames from purely: ,
counterfeiters to make and expensive "You can find another example.of !tature' north of Ogowe. and are probably nearly Richmond Smiles, "Js an artificial glanced at Ms old friend. and perfectly harmleea' .
for them to' buy. One of the" surest adaptation to the jaw to use in the related to the Wambuttis described by river." how many rear of ceaseless "Well, I guess not" said the small In the cure of periodical pains, ,
means,by the by, of detecting even the case of certain carnivores, like the ottera Stanley. The Ditjngas live scattered toil, of acute engineering skill, and damsel. "}l1 mamma isn't a servant, prolapsna and other displacement*.
test whether the of it habits. The jaws of such Least are so unequalled work rel.teno they ain't even servant. of the Lord.-
parts which would have ia.one of semi servitude. When an no history female complaint ", and imfta*i
filed in the dislocation ia impossible Boston Globe.ToMPKCta .
sockets that
been assgt! I. to certain engravers bear M'fang chief becomes powerful enough record even suggests. Some authorities larities "Favorite Presbriptidn ":it +- ,
the marks/ of their individual workman In tome instancqe you cannot, he surrounds himself with a band of attribute tho embankment to the Bolgio .
ship; for each engraver's handling of his even after tho animal ii dead, separatethe these "Bohemians" of the forest; they traders, before the Roman invasion; -Mr*. Brown is a genuine the only medicine 'that' guaranteed.' ,
'toola is so characteristic that an expert jaw from the head. This arrange. become his hunters and Ivory seekers others, even to the monks of the'Middle Christian I If it doesn't give satisfaction in every -
meet i* evidently designed to enable the But thero to 8m j the-Why, she make no professions havo your hack.
can speak JOT it at a glance. In return he supplies,them with manioc Ages. good reason suppose case, you money
The several engravers having at lost beast to bile to tho greatest advantage and bananas.: Changing their places of that the true authors of the chief You pay only for the good yea
completed the dies for thu face and back without danger that the chewing apparatus abode every four or five days, the Baya- Improvements on the Thames! were the Tompklns-Perhap* not; but. someone .' get. Can you ask more f r
of a note, excepting only the seal, the will come loose. gas are not able cultivate the soil. Romans. Similar works on 'almost an shoved' a lead quarter her
signatures, and the check cumber, each I "The elephant's jaw, on the other They are great hunters; the elephant is equal scale exist in .other parts of England day, and themado no attempt to Jelter'j' The easiest I the best. 'He
I hand, not being intended for biting but of the on anybody else I-Munsey's W wax #>
and have the
die is put into a press whore a steel roller their principal game, their sole weaponof wA complaint
-whose surface has been slightly softened for grinding vegetable food, ifl an attack being a very sharp two-edged subject Britons that they wore worn out FOR'Drsrwpeia, Indlnttton' and Btomnehmsnnlera. slate the 'liver, stomach, and bowel ,
for the purpose-ID run' over it appendage' almost separate from the pear about S\ feet In length. Physically and consumed in clearing the woods and ace Hrowi.'* Iron Bitters. ThejVstToBlo.i.twbnlldithe with Dr. Pierce'* Pleasant Pellets. q
with very heavy pressure, and bears rost of the skull. Although enormously thero is a great contrast between tho embanking the fen. Not that the hapless system e HlIS the They loanse and renovate the\
Blood tbamnsoUr. A
and splendid
h it has articulation iimns-thens -
way an impression of the engraving avy it only with a small and Bayagu and tho M'fangs. The formerare natives were ''ever treated by the r tool for weak and dSbUUated persons., system-thoroughly and naturally.'
reversed and iu relief. Tho roller connecting the upper skull, latter Roman taskmasters harshly as were '
only dwarfs compared with the ai" Sick Headache, Constipation, 'Indigestion ,
its whole The roffta of Melbourne said to
is carried the are
it then hardened agnin and put into muscles in which weight it be said by to be whose height is often from 5 feet nine the savages of Ilayti and Cuba by the b.the fln_t in palaces the world. and Bilious'' Attacks] anr
another presf, wheru it is rolled over A may inches to S feet 11, inches. They are Spanish discoverers. But, they have
softened plate under eight or ten tons' slung, so that It can grind back and stout, well proportioned and muscular. outlived their conqueror. If Y.. here P........ .. B..e.. prevented, relieved and ,cored.CoircimmiotfcBifAmsof ;

pressure, ,add .leaves 'behind It a facsimile orth. | The color of their skin is a yellowish Before these embankments were made, College Write to OUA" h.M.t.ln Women's Souoh University Pre. Mary of Sharp the
,
"A make's lower Is attached
of the engraving on the original jaw to a brown. ,What strikes the observer mO.tat the country below London was an Iramense South"Wlnotieiter.Tenn. Mention this paper.
die. This new plate is then hardened in sort of outrigger extending back from first sight are the prominence of the fen, or marsh, over which the tide 1r 1.1
its turn, and becomes ready for use in Its skull. Also the two halves of the superciliary arches, the great thicknessof flowed incessantly. The town'could
printing notes. ." jaw aro connected by elastic ligaments, eyebrows, which are continuous, and have been only a collection of rude :E
that die so that it finds no difficulty.in stretch houses seated the above UPo7 :
From the moment the original the projection of tho cheek bones. The on rising ground ,
is finished it passes out of the control of ing its mouth sideways and perpendicularly neci\ is very short, the head set into the river. It was already a seat of con -
the Bureau officers proper, and is turned as to bo able to swallow animals the .shoulders, chest broad and well de-, siderablo trade 'even before the-Roman .--
over for safe-keeping to a custodian appointed much bigger than itself. Some deep- velopcd, the arm strong. and wrist conquest But the genius and skill of "
by the Secretary of the Treasury. sea fishes are similarly rigged. stout; the legs crooked. The dominat- 'the Roman engineers, if tho Roman
lie makes his headquarters on the low "The human jaw is very loosely sock ing characteristic, of their physiognomy built the embankment gave it those unequalled -
where he has eted in the skull, so that it is often dislocated is traveler ,for traffic that have
est floor of the Bureau, a an expression of fear. The facilities
fire-proof and burglar-proof vault in by the mere act of yawning. had not much opportunity of studyingthe secured' its commercial supremacy in \"
Which to store the material intrusted to Not being intended for biting' purposes, women. He noticed however, especially every .age. By the embankment the
,
him: Each roller made from the die and offensive or defensive, no attention the mutilation of their ears, the Thames 'wo confined within bounds;
\
each plate made from the roller is given seems to have been paid by nature in lobo of which is pierced by pieces of many acres of land were added to the \

also into his,keeping. In order that an making it fast. this subject wood or ivory, and in this way is gradually agricultural/ domain, while along tho fine l .
additional safeguard may be put over "While we are speaking on enlarged,until it touches the shoul. highway of the river a ceaseless procession .
I well show this little .
this precious property, tho ouo entranceto may as you der. Tho BoyngM, although polygo-' of vessels of every size and form ..
the vault is closed by two doors. stuffed fish, which has no' more popular milts,. do not Imitate their neighbors I I moved up and down. 'l'hey'came, as ...
Each of these has a timr-lock, which ; name than 'autflnnarius. It angles for and masters, among whom a large number Btrabo tells us, from tbe.'moutb. of the
would prevent its being opened in any smaller fishes with this appendage on of wives aro considered to be the Loire and the Garonne, tho Seine aud
event until half-past six in the morning, top of its head, which is designed to greatest 'evidence of wealth. Amongthe tho Rhine. Somo were war ships, moved OP7IS BNJOYS'Both

the hour.the Custodian cornea to his post. imitate imitation a worm. The autennarlu keepsits aboveits Bayagas there is a paucity of mar usually by oars, and distinguished by the method and 'result when you know that'wear* the only ntAKOvfi direct Inport*. D*>
The Custodian possesses the secret of the worm wriggling just ried women, owing largely to the family their sharp beaksr iron, and their Byrtip of Fig U taken it 1* pleasant era In the South Do yon k.othM w. .vad*,
combination which will unlock the mouth and, when a victim comes organization which tends to armed with. and shield altogethertheN.wYork lmp 1"i: ,
"prevent tkiadvras
crews
spear ; tad to the taste and act "
within reach, it I is gobbled promptly, the refreshing give our cnitomer the benefit of .
outer door; but even he doe not know marriages.' A man has often only one some were huge merchant vessels, pro the combination of the lock of the inner jaw of tho angler being set vertically instead wife; the chief two or three. The family pelled by oars and sail, laden with rich Bntlr yet promptly on the Kidney, W. ran sell you a floe stone at'the'seas
under the of of horizontally, so that it can receive and Bowels, cleanses the iy.- price that many others charge for imperfectmoods.
which is is chief tho'
door guardianship The of Eastern manufactures with
"patriarchal. ( '
cargoes W* keep only flawle dl&monda.Jun" .
} cold headaches
his chief assistant. Each of these men the game by simply opening at the patriarch) lives with his children and the wines of Italy, and the artistic wares tern effectually, dupeU ( and s*. n* about It, J. P.'8kevna >,,
being independently responsible, it top, a gentle" suction assisting the- per grandchildren; sometimes,. but rarely, of Greece som ., sailing down the river and fever and curt habitual oatalofue.:O47 Whltthall St.,Atlanta 0,,Oa. $Ben4r i
would not be to the Interest of.either to formance. Washington Star. one of his brothers joins the community, from the docks of London, would carry bonitipatloa. Brrup of Fig II the 4 l

share his secret with the other. which never contains any but blood,relations. the tin, lead; furs, and the corn And cattle only remedy, of iU kind eyer produced
When the Superintendent of Engraving A Piano with Each Flat. A young Bayaga when married i of the.west to the ports of Gaul and pleasing to the taste and aoeepUhle \
wishes the use of a plate or other stays with his wife's family, and he only Spain.. -Julian found in Britain the neoewary -, to the stomach, .prompt' in DROPSY 3
material for his men ,to work on, he Proprietors of flat house have been has'the right to return to his original supplies for his perishing soldiersin It* action and truly beneficial ta Its .

must make a written requisition, to offering all tort of convenience with community and, remove his wife thither Germany, and the immense stores he 'effect, prepared only from the moat Yeretbi.l ......,
which not only his signature but that of their apartments to attract: house hunter when ho boa a son,'"and when the,son drew'from It 'hen.famlne prevailed on healthy and agreeable substances, its a.:3'lJ-.T.li.Itfv.IV.r.d-ft... ..w. .II"' ;.,
his clerk must be appended, stating in for the lost two,ears, until now a woman has killed an elephant. The son always tho Confident show the general cultivation 'many excellent qualities commend it erayI.menpim,4UMppystl.isd.rseo ph/.4' / .tI1i. + .
,full detail what is wanted. This requisition remains with his mother's to and island. Ill Ltomi res.. fr. bk
will not look ata six-room flat that is group replace prosperity of the .to all and have made it the most 3 nruseosran.l 1d it" Ptteotrea
when certified by the custodian, not steam.heated, lighted by electricity, her, A Bayaga woman never six hundred corn ship* were hastily built known. DdU If f oa ord.'tH "1"tl'_ In.LmpebMrpq1..ate
is filed a voucher against the superintendent marries of another popular remedy ..... JJH. H.II. uitJCKSMITH'S : as One tribo. The
.
and
possessed of a gas range and a patent refrigerator any In the forest ,of Ardennes, possibly Byrup of Figs U for tale In 50o y
and is not released to him again traveler does not think thUtho .
landed shore if
decorated In high-art tints, Bavaguv only on the southern ; we WORM {
till he has returned every iota of what has and adorned with lace window curtains.ConsequentlYI even ia numbers, would venture to attack allow them a burden of one hundred andl1botLtea br all leading drug. on, .
been given him out of the safe. nearly every landlord in but they aro well acquainted with' tons each, they would equal the capacity gists. Any reliable druggist who 1* ir.d*.ble llT Ih* Dee* QaUketr. ...*
The same is true of the Superintendentof ng all these inducements, the, art of defense. Their language is of at least six Umbrlas, or Etrurlaa, and may not hare it on hand will procure hint Relink Worn Idlehe So,..

the Printing Division, when he wants and there has been much gray matter utterly incomprehensible to a strsugcr, >the very names of our modern argosies it promptly for any one who I certify 1MUIITTO th*,itth OA. Set ries1-
plates for use on his presses.! lie, in his wasted in looking up other attraction even to tho M fanes'.-{[London Times. recall the Italian teachers of our ancestors. wishea to try It. Do not accept an} commenced Ins my child."50unt sold I. '" .,
turn, keeps an accurate account with the A young Napoleon in flat architecture, -Harper's[ Magazine. uhstitate. smith WormOti, and the /ollcwingday. a.
worms,4 to a inches long
whom, each I. ,.were rxprlled; from
to plate temporarily .
pressman who had just completed a fine-looking Oold-Incaaed :Bodies.. CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUPLAM COL: It. & %VV Losro. -"
entrusted for No
i
printing. pressman of the west side in '
row buildings on '
House ,:itade- of Paper. Soldi I Everywhere. ,S3 a Oox&ta: .
' is allowed to'do the face and the i Harlem, has found this attraction, and flWIOIlOO, CAL.iowsruI,1r #
bacloof; a note both. The pressroom is his apartments are going off like the Dr. Variot, 'one of the most, distinguished saw roll JT.K "'
divided so that all the faces are printedon proverbial hot cakes. He has built in physician of the Paris hospitals A new use has been found for paperin DON'T': -'

presses la one rewound all the backs the wait of every parlor a good, strong makes a striking proposition for the production of building material DONALD'KENNEDY

on presses in another row, so separated upright piano, just as other landlords the transformation of human bodies into which is said to posies all the belter fin a-oat..... when lay sea pt *.*** d.*
as to bo out of -reach of each other, build hat-racks In the hall and china indestructible mummies by means of'a 0 qiialltto of hard ffne. alned wood with '.'.mx...... -I>O N'T eln.... Made of Havana! t
though ill are constantly sight of the of out being affected in form and dimen. Mttu.fi ifom .....,...an, a4 are tk. Lest Btaaei
closets in tho dining room. Every process electroplating. By this means Moan III tae world. U roar 4....* officer in charge. I womau who goes around to take a lookat the entire form is surrounded bv .a rnvfjope lion* by the temperature and humidityof Of Roxbury Mass UIM, *m4..I teal.la"'/..,.and we will null yo ,
The notes are printed on distinctive of metal which the atmosphere.In says'Kenn frra eaaipia Vtt.kit to"" -
the apartments jumps for tho piano ; preserves each w. a.attia, n o., .
paper, manufactured for the Government the moment she get into the front room, feature in the semblance of life. the preparation of this material any Wlaata*. .. C.- .
under careful restrictions, and furnished and alter she has run her finger up and The process ia somewhat complicatedin quality of paper may be used, although "
to an officer in the Treasury Department down tho keys and has given the dear practice although simple principle. manila is preferred. Medical l KING CQTTOWBiyarsall '
directly from the milL By him it is Inspected old excuse of lack of practice to tho janitor The skin of the cadaver U flr,t painted During the process of manufacturethere dy'. Discoverycures
and his clerks count It off into for her bad playing, the says, "I'll sprayed with a solution of nitrate of I. added to the paper pulp a solution Horrid;Old Sores, Deep- your Cstto* ."JODS!
bundles of exactly 1,000 sheets each. take this flat" silver, which turns the skin M opaque consisting ono part of starch, one
ntton' ,
These are conveyed, in instalments, to And take It the does even if her hu*- black. The body is then placed under part of gum-arabic, one part of bichro Seated Ulcers of 40 years' Boa'',.

the Bureau for Engraving in a van built band complain that the house is five boll receiver in a partial Yal'i'llmo into mate of potash, and four parts of benzineto standing Inward Tumors and S60S0YQh ......NT._MIT.' .
of steel and guarded by four armed men. block too far away from the elevated which vapor of white phosphorus dissolved \ forty-four part of pulp. The paper IIXOZAZTOt
The officer of the Bureau who takes station i and vows that the rent Is f 10 in bisulphateof carbon is allowed made from this combination is coated: every Disease of the Skin, except K.T. P
charge of the paper has it coun'ed again more than h* will ever content to pay. to enter. This reduces tho nitrate of with a cement made of linseed oil and := '""'
by his assistants and it is receipted for It U rumored that the lessee of the silver and leaves the akin a grayish white, glue, and is then kept under. heat and Thunder Humor, and cured at how with-..'
fcy number. If there is a miscount, it piano flat have hired a combination quite like a plaster cast. pressure for about one week'so,that the Cancer that has taken root ourpat. :
must be done allover again; but in order The next 1s the boards made become & '
music teacher so that they learn the step application of the may thoroughly W&I.Ue.ifJJ.
may .
to test the accuracy of these count., it U .'Jlaiden's Prayer" and "Annie Roonej" metallic coating. The frame supporting cured and seasoned. ,Price, $1.50. Sold by every .Uea........ ltl&e
customary to take out Of one of the bun altogether, and then in the summer the body Immersed In a bath of sue It is stated that .paper board* art I
dies in each batch a single sheet and lay evenings they will play these gem on it in a safe. This puts the counters hawing made wood. __ ... ... ......
away forty-eight. piano at the tame time. been with the top of the ordinary of commerce for ,all purpose and Cetli4a. tan,eel _.&or. as: 'est 01'.. ..r.WJt... ...
ri.e1.y .
-who art generally women-on their They will be obliging enough to leave skull, tho bottoms of the feet, the hands tor'whlcb''' the latter are used. ..tu.--. 8a"" It ..... .... -I(."
btettlo to see who will get the bundle I all the window wide open and so the and several other portion of the During the process: of manufacture the 'YaaV GUIDr. I"/* ..I.......8.._. Atlas....a."...0.A..aey, "' ". ST
'with the missing sheet When one of Park Commissioner will be spared the and limbs. Dr. Varlot uses three small pulp may be colored to 'resemble any O IpJ i'.u'to,... M* them reppru a beet short; the chief of expense of hiring a brass band to provide Chandron thermo-electrio batteries to desired kind of wood, and may readily U t4 gin. CI.a... _.rJ .... .,1.4.IO rte]' p i'w......11'8OL.. IJEa..r.rn1'".
division takes the reserved sheet out of music In Mount Morris Park for the inhabitant supply the necessary current, the passage be grained Jq Imitation of oak.-{Cincinnati P w.ft f.r sL.W.. 1Tv S's 0. (: #.:,1
HONrt.' WU&l.e.
the safe consults his tally to see whetherIt PENSIONMBBfaMB-! P. ACBKaagAnTiA -
of Harlem.-{New York of which causes the uninterrupted Enquirer., <
was really abstracted from her package Time exposition of the metaL A continuous & : 11.0....i..Y............Thlrty-tttor, 9J
and restores it to her, when she _______ layer is soon formed over the body and -
marks her work as Correct and passes "Hotch 'Tctch." the metallic skin _may by made of any Bear M Pet. FOR DIARRHEA
the paper on to the people who have to thickness desired,but coating of 1.23th -lI"BIGtbb ,
wet it down fur printing. Here to l- Oth of an inch is sufficient to resist "Bears make good pet," said Lieut _
receipts have to pas again as "'fhll most delicious soup I ever tasted, blows and shocks and still preserve the Clark. "%Yhea 1 was In the Revenue {S DYSENTERY
vouchers for every sheet of the bar.none," said an epicure "was a coo features ia delicate detail. service at Alaska wo bad ODe on the boat ,
paper which changes hand When the coction that in Scotland they call every and be made things hum. We named y '
wetter give it Iu stated tales to the Hotch-potch.' It was served to me bya him. Wioeska U. used to climb to the :
pressmen, there must be another receipt- lassie with lint-whit locks, quite Shot Like a William Tell. cross li...,. going ui>Jiaod over hand by im m CRAMPS

iii,. When a pressman turns over bis guiltless of such superfluous luxuries a* the ratlin One day be, ventured out
printed work to the people who are to shoe and stocking As I greedily General Fonrnler win an apostle the on the yardarm, ana there he lUyod. Stomach To.ublcs1IT |
put it into the drying apparatus, every ladled out every drop of the delicious unique ia duelling. .The Mayor of Peri- We had to get a rope and haul him down. ,
sheet must be receipted for again; ando I', stuff, two fat porkers watched m* with gueux France, was his bitter, enemy, When we were ia the cabin be would -
on through the processes of stamping sympathetic interest Hoot awa, pig but as they moved In widely different social back down the companion way and is SURE CURE f
the notes with their check numbers, Inspecting j gies aid my fair Hebe a* she stood circle, the general found some difficulty come to u* for hi*, mess of grog. H* :; 1 .
them for defects In printing, guard until I had finished my repast, ia picking a quarrel. His oppor '. dearly loved 'ram and molasses. .Oncehe (I
and all the rest till they come out in perfect diana interfere with the gentleman.: trinity came one day a* he was showing vaulted over the head of our Chins Cl condition for public use. And the I That I had tramped eighteen mile that off before some ladies his expertness with cook and went into the locker., where f
receipts are not given in a perfunctoryway morning over the.heather may perhaps account the piatoL The mayor passed, with. arose be helped himself to sugar and )utter.' CHILDREN.Ask .
but by actual count at each stage; for my extraordinarily keen relish, in his mouth. It was a considerable We had a tackling made for him, much CO
for the mid of the Bureau distinctlystate but it .a* certainly excellent ia twit, distance from the general's balcony to the same as a harness of a Mi pug and -R-n IA ft.your and Druggist lake no or Merchant for i
for th dame me a list of its ingredient the other aide we would drop tuns overboard with a substitute, '
that \l\ a sheet U lost, n6 matter in gave the mayor oa of the street, "
how imperfect a stage the person in *, and my wife give it to me once but tile old fighter knew his lUlL "Just a rep attached, tot-eke his bath. Once plan 1!t 4 YOM ja lmiua4i CATAJUUl Mk A-BeM.cuiv to JEaateit w. foe'f
whose hands the voucher show it to have in a bile. Anglicized, the recipe notice ladies" he said "how I will he 'landed la a native boat and aaarlr CcII4IA uu i 1b ij lalUQu.L.e esri&la.
been w ill be charged with the full valueof run as follows: "Cut two pick the major's rote." He raised.hi* frightened th! occupant out of their
' the sheet at it would have been U pounds of fresh snag mutton into pistoL Th. women shrieked that ba wit*. Ue wa a* pUtfuL a* a kitten, -

; printed-which nay tau all the way from small ; put them into a stew pan should deaUt..'but too Ul*. The hammer sod although sometimes M disobeyed ho
' with three of cold water and a and the and was never treaehefoo or unkind When
four dollars to four fhooaaod. Should quart felt rose the mayordroppedthe wh .
the guilty party have succeeded ia concealing tablespoonful of salt; set it upon the Or latter, however only from b* was at or bid himself, a* buttes nuNrtsLlaanraNY'r1w soot of Ck .atWq of atse npp W use,
or coafusiag his identity, the and cook very slowly letting it simmer: 'n, L The geaeral's xpertaoM defeated did. we would look ia the dark till we ,. -, ddre.s. $.T 1lasutrilG Wa''Urt.6 htr
charge will fill on the whole room and and keeping it skimmed. After it his purpose. The cur&veer .rf his saw two little ball of fir*. Than were
be divided into equal aharca. It is due to haulm.lDere4.. bow, 44 a large carrot | aim terrifed tM mayor out of send lIi bU eyes, and gave him away every. Urn,"

Ike emplojee of the Boreaa say that two turnip, two large onJc**,, *U i Uwt ddtrind chsllenge.Argooaut.. -U.e. OrJ N'1"Ic41WU1. .-
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';"' ADVOCATE FRIDAY, AIJG. I*; 1891.
{, ,_ T1I$ EAST"COAST ,


'oe.it ., ,'. > OLO' :eI: eCIs
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Grow Onions. dangnter of the doctor, and am ..,.. ;:. ,
ness to Indian inMIII\C1'O. some Inter ..... Z ,
contended eating and more del"ailed accounts regarding '.1-...." td S s: SHCOJSS -- ,- SeOesr:: :
We have aiways that no the Introduction of the plant by OQ'f. x- .
Safer crop could be planted by FlOitdi Dr. Perrine; from which_ the following .' .;r.r .' tII:2:; -"' Every Pair Guaranteed.
onion. This! odorous bulb I. facts are cleaned =sa ri and most reasonable for
ans than I' "' Stock most complete, prices quality of goods. :
not easily Injured by frost; most insects Mrs. Walker Informs hie that the first ..:.. ,aI. ?. cxe & t.-I .- t complete toe of HOSIERY, ,GENTS FURNISHING GOODS 4Y*.'
,
give its neighborhood a wide berth; It introduction Of the plant from Yucatan : .jih if'3.. AND
bears transportation well, and ftlway occurred in the years 1830 'and 1837 a ., .:- .m" "! sa : ::D'fA o MATS 'OAPS. .. ,}
find randy market. It seems that theMcKinley few plants having been sent to the royal T rJ F.: 1. 9 'Q. r d 'fi SO'" : Come and see the latest style In DERBY'S and CRUSH HATS ;
,
tariff' bill Imposes a duty 01 botanical gardens at Cuba at 'the same tI": ,(1) tn I <::; Of !;
forty cents per bnshel upon this popular time; Of the plants brought to Florida 8< O > S t CL"'J > :
vegetable. This will operate to exclude part were taken Indian Key and the ; 'Wo ti 20' Per Cent. off Straw Hats

shipments from the West Indies, And others were planted upon the "Indian 1oS "!1 : f. p- -' To Close
make its culture more profitable for our Hunting Ground," on the borders of Biscayne 0 H f[ ._' them OU
people. We clip the following account Bay It is also stated that when -,
of an interview between a well known these plants bad multiplied to some extent ,0 UI: O Eat. S o1' HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
DRY GOODS ETC Elf(
0mmlsslon man: and a New. York Trio the officers at Fort Dallas at the '- : =s a -.: ]
hUM reporter. mouth of the Miami River( 12 mhOl from H' : t'd: rY\ !:
One point made by Mr. Palmer Is wide this locality, were In the habit of gatherIng trJ ${
of the mark. He says there ought to be the young ones to send to greenhousesIn a hI' :., : "More Value for a $ than Any. Other. Honse in the Stai '
Borne Advantage, to American growers In the north, and also toother posts, 3"1,, .J z. i g ,L'J fl.
the matter of freight A. a matter of where they were grown as ornamental C) e&'o.o .. C ;'0 tO"J' t- q. P. TURNER
Indian River the results of this .0 a:: H & CO
fact, It will cost the farmer plants. One of practice .S' .
Just about double what It costs the Cuban .was to Introduce the plant Into many :f ;:,4 / 'I) 5; z i e
grower.to ship a barrel of onions to. new localities In Florida, where It fl
New York. soon obtained a foothold. The plants i _. x .. 1 Ii E. L. :ee :c
The new Tariff law, which otters protection sot out on Indian Key soon' multipliedvery rs g '9.IGQ; ,, .\.J ,
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alike to the farmer, the .manu fast, and a few years after the destruction J.t toO If. r1J :r .M
facturer and the laborer places a duty of the enterprise and the 8 ch Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Milk:
of 40cts a bushel on onions About death of Dr. Perrine At the lime of the q ; ""; og tTJ' ,

409,507 bushels of onions are ImportedInto Indian Massacre a schooner load of the 4 I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
the United States during the six young plants were gathered and taken ; : Y'-' ... ,
months from January 1 to July 1. The away though it is not stated,where they I! :=So= j' 0 cD'BREYARD :; TJ111 j Staple 3c Fancy Groceries, Fruit
increased tariff on onions Is a big thing went c. -1' And Food Products
lor the farmers engaged in "truck" Mi's. Walker writes further: "Aftermy : ''
.growing throughout the United States father's death and ,our miraculous 1 i4'. : Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of ,

nnd is bound to stimulate the onion In escape from the Indians Congress passed Bran Cotton Seed
dustry this country, especially in the a supplementary act giving to my mother E5 GrainHay, Meal, '
Southern State and her children the same rights and N proud Food and Wheat.I .
G. S. Palmer commission merchant of privileges that were vested in him. ,. 1 the Only Indian giver.dealing exclusively in the above
am house liDeel
No. 100 Reado-st., who Is a large Import _In Accordance with that act, my mother .. ft' on_ ttirHe your corresuondpncA ..,
T > .-11 T .
of onions said to. Goods A WWJ> co se, .?..?... ill ...... <"1 one, ..._v. aid j
cr yesterday Tribune hIred men to plant on every section Of 1--- .
reporter: "Inasmuch as we hare the ';he Perrine grant. This supplemental HOLMES your patronage. Very truly
soil and climate to produce good onions act was passed by the Congress of 1840 COUNTY :AMES : President. IL L. nnAD'Yj:

In our different latitudes and an additional and 1841;whether In the first or second 4LBI.BT.A.. TAYLOR, Secretary.INDIAN .

protection placed upon them by session,, I cannot tell. The general GEORGE.M. ROBBINS WALTER.S. GRAHAJf : j
the new tariff law, special Inducements planting of the Perrine grant occurred STATE BANK RIVER Attorney-at-Law. AttorucyatjA1'Members ; j
Are offered to make onion In
growing more 1340 by our agent Mr Chas. Howe
of Brevard Abstract of Title Company. I
of a specialty and one of the leading who took six men with him upon the ;
features of our Southern trucking 'sections land for the purpose. This grant con-
especially In Florida whose only elated of A township of six miles square COCOA FLORIDA REAL ESTATE Robbins & Graham;:
competitors can be Bermuda and Spain. lying on Blucayno Bay, embracing per.tions ,
The only necessary thing is Urobtain the of three sections as allowed by the Incorporated '1889.CAPITAL .
proper seed and plant sufficiently early i and office. We secured In 1840 thirty- -' EXCHANGE '
Jn order to compote with those localities. I six families of Bahamians to go upon :. ; LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE.

"We may not see again very soon," he grant to fulfill the condition of a set Paid Up, 925.OOO. .. _
said Mr. Palmer "such a continued tIer upon each section.- The men,came
favorable market as at resent. But to over to build their houses And plant their Authorized$100,000.ACCOUNTS COCOA, Indian RiYer FLA WrhayeFor Sale List
of Selected
the American growers (whO'have no duty ;ardens,. preparatory to' bringing their --- a Large Carefully In'River
to pay) prices about 60 cents per atnllies, when they were driven or SOLICITED.

.bushel lower would be equally as profitable lightened away 'by the Indians J and Hooey to Loan at lowest Rates:, Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and Properties }
as there ought to be some little advantage could not be induced to return. It was '
to them In lower freights as about this time that the agave was planted DIRECTORS': Ei-changed.. Agents for Sale of Lands of the: Florida Coast L',
well. There la one advantage the onion upon each section." G. S. HABDKE, Presidents. Canal. and Co.
has as a Southern crop in Its not being Mrs. Walker also states that other JAMES, ; rellldent. BIT: All inquiries will be promptlyand Transportation.
,immediately perishable and It will bear agaves were introduced with the titalana.: UOLn'uVlC& Cashier. reliably answered. Fire Insurance C .DT.AL L.A.1V'DS. ;

transportation well.il properly' cured all of which were called "century plants. ALBERT A.. TATLOB,: JnM.BANDus., written In standard companies at lowest Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville. Tampa A, Key West Railway Come!
and packed and sale need not thorefore Many other plants were Introduced In J. F.. WooTMr.,,.' rate Lands. DIsston Company's. Indian River Loan and )Investment Co., .
be necessarily forced. Furthermore onIons all some two hundred varieties, .which .. '. and other Low Priced Lands ;.
have become as staple an article of were growing In boxes on the premises
produce as potatoes, corn or wheat, and of Dr. Perrine and Mr. Howe Indian 1\Soncy: to.XJOAXX -3LJ.x\rO3rs on :3ECandj:
are consumed by aU classes; and there is Key, preparatory to the removal to the 4t Ten and Twelve per cent, in sums to tuft. '

'a steady demand for them from the time "grant" as soon, as the war should ,Write. for Descriptive Price'List of Carefully Selected Properties. .
of their first arrival from the general cease. These were nearly aU burned or The Clyde Steamship Co. Address, o. boaflOB 'TituByille F1aJIEJw1x :'i
p. ,
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Mule United
throughout tho States from destroyed at the time of,the massacre. ; .
:t. Mantlo to the Pacific Coast Aug. 7th, 1840. .
..4't'se one Important feature Isi #. STALING i

their eondi", i, and It is Imperative that Order a Suit.J. .
: Indian
and In condition o''f Cocoa River Florida
dry
our..:I
they be weD ,
betranaported P. Turner & Co. have just added .
.. 1'0 Immature lt o., a.
the finest Dealer in
of
The foUow. display samples for merchant
and of 7'
log are disposed correct figures profltab(whloi were.oh-: tailoring that it has Keen our PAINTS HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE &: AGATES
good
fortune! to see!Ig Jhlscoustho and ,
v\ ned from the Custom Depart?!;!!; CI: ",
the buh61'from! sou I I .prices Ate v,iy l' .il t1aMII. With PLUMBERS' .t MILL SUPPLIES, OILS GLASS A PUTTY TABU
&$RS3Sfln ''ovcr-,three hundred samples to select A POCKET CUTLERY BARBED WIRE,WIRE' NETTING
,". ., 'I'from. You can leave your measure and A MIRE CLOTH.
-,.. !mod'" J'ranoe.H.Z30rortngal CUba.43,41* Br.W.tajntSpain. Indies. !get just as nice a fit as U you personally DOOELS. 'SASEJ:, :a.NJLES: : .aef.: =
) Is. stepped Into ':your own tailor In New Lath.Guns
taI, Fhllllrlne Li- : Lime & Cement, Shingles & .
suitSuits :
ordered
and
', 0Turkey JOQ ,113 I.- York or Chicago your -.IllI
Europe. Turkey,Alia.. Africa. furnished In from 8 to 12 days.I*tf Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of an kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,G
: 3,800 .rurker.L "*, Doors Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffin and Caskets;
total of 400 G9'J I ARTESIAN WELL PIPE Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
Aggregating grand
bushels, on which was paid duty into Indianola. New York, Charleston and: Florida Lines. Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime,,Cement; and,

the United States Treasury $163 837.80. Chimney Pipe; Flags & Bunting'
found Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work etc., etc.

old crop being short."The to sail follows : solicited and estimates furnished promptly.
) first arrivals during January Mrs. S. J. Fields. and children were ATCHARLESTON. : .
CALLING S. C. BOTH WAYS.RAVDABD
were from the$2 to Bermuda$3.60 per old bushel which Next sold followed up. B upending. Sanders.Saturday with Mr and MrsT. I ( TIXB.) T -O. F. LE Ga:: :.A.:N

:Trom New York iomYZodddaauvllle.Monday [ .
the new crop from Cuba during Mrs. A. L. Hatch and Mrs. O. N. (Fler 19.IC.R.) STEAMER .
and sold et 13.60 to $2.75 .. ..:..... : Sd. at 2.30 >
February, per Hatch of City Point, were over visiting July t'itb at 2 .YEIlU.88JEC.sunday. Aug. .M.
crate. Domestic onions at the same Wednesday. July \l9tb,at S r. .. ..."BEMINOL: ., .........Tuesday Aug. 4th, at SOOP.K. WHOLESALE.'GROCER
friend., last Saturday. Yriday. JW1 Slat, ass .. M.f.... .Thurtdaj, Aug. Bill, at 11.00"" ,
time were selling ts. O to $4.60 petbusheL : Llen- ]II(01l11A1alUI. Ord.,,'s .. M )l..."AI4ONQLfLY.Sumlay! .Lug. 9th. a' 7.00....
Then followed during February Mr. John Waller and Mr. M. W. WedaaA.ug 5th,at I .. .."....C1lJt OICIr." :..I..Tu"da'. Aug. 11th. at a.ao.A.1f. ,
and March shipments from'Bordeaux, ty.'of Tltusvllle, were down visiting Mr. J'rida. .Lug. 7th,aU .. ." ..1.YEMABBra''fhuriu.,. :: ,'At 1V&9 A.M.I
.Prance also from Spain. Former prices W. R. Sanders and family, Saturday and Wednea Monday.._),A.ug..LU&loth UUo.,Ma",I:..;....."...8EKJNO .........8unda Tuesday. .Lag.18 Aug. 16th o'; at" 2.30 ....11...I Flour Tobacco and, Fancy Butter SpeciaBUTTER

were firmly sustained until the height Sunday Friday, Aug.14th,at a r. M."ALOONQhN".Thursday' .. Aug. aoth M ..30 A.M. ,
tit Bermuda shipments during the latter Mr. Torn'Mltchell, who has been on Monday ADR. 17th at S r. ......"CHJtROI
part of May when the market declined, the Island for the past week, left. Mon Friday, Aug.llat ate .... M.4"YEMA86EM..Tae.d M.l......,...Thar layl,, Aug.Aug.iSth 27th,, at at 10.00.iJO AJ....
and the lowest price touched was $1.25 day night, for TUusviUe Jlon .Ang.Mtb,at. 1'. .."....J.ROQUOIS.L..8unda,, Aug.SOth, at 1.00m, .SJ& T'O: =t.D, pT...
per crate. The market again reacted Wsdne.btyAug. tliatSP. M "ALOONQUlN.Tueeday, B pt. 88th at 2JO .... .
and the Virginia, which I. the 'laa E Mr. H. S. Sam. and family, of Courtney Friday, Aug. 26thatSr.M."CHEROKESJ.: .. : ......Thunday Sept. trd, at taoArt.
.. ....
at l M.. .*.yI1M.: fIi.8unda1. s.p".c. at 1.00
Monday Ang.tlu. r. ,
Southern crop sold during June at $3 : were down visiting Mr. T. H. San & CHEESE in Cold Storag,.
to $4 per and the last shipments ders' family, on Sunday.
barrel St. Johns River Line.
,at the July. sold at $5 to $5.btiper Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Sander left last
barrel.'' Sunday for a visit In Connecticut. We The Only Cold Storage In South Florida. Correspondence respectfully
The shipments from Africa did not will have Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Polntsjon .
"begin to arrive until April and It was hope they a pleasant trip. For solicited.

!not until May and June,that shipments Mr. Sam Grant; returned Tuesday the St. Johns River.
'were received from Spain, Asia, Turkey, morning from his trip to Jacksonville;
Thlliplne Islands and Portugal.Mr. but well.he has come back not feeling very Steamer 'EVERGLADE" CONTRACTS TOBACCOS, SOAPS & PEARL1NE

John Carpenter of Goodland.Ind. _________ LMTM Jacksonville for Sanford Bandars,Tuesdays and Thnndayt,at 3 JO r.at. Batutnhtg 19a1)-8 lO' -
,leaves BanXoid Monday,Vedneadays and rridays at 10 A...
In land? II ,
aays: "I tried Chamberlain's Colic -<-Do you want bargain
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for you do, read Robbins A .Graham's Us) Steamer "'W"ELAKA"

diarrhea and severe eram with. and pains of land bargains on the inside page of Lean JacXaooTllU for Sanford MondaJland Triday, at Lao T.J(. EeturnlBf. learesBanfordBundayt GEO. LESTER & CO
11tbe stomach and bowels the best iHlWediiwdam.tTOOA... .. _
1'.ultl. In the worst eases I never had this paper. tf. The above ttaaman are fitted up with Ont-cUaS aeoommodations for Passengers and the
tables will I*supplied with beet In market.
togve more than the third dose to ef '
feet a cure. In most oases one dose will -Why send :your job work out of the General Passenger and Ticket Offlce,88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. RECEIVERS OF
do. Besides its other it county when you can get it done neatly,
good qualities
,.1[.rBOKMONGER.Jr., Florida rueenger Agent,88 West Bay Bt.,Jacksonville TU.
Is pleasant to take." S3 and 60 cent cheaply and expeditiously at; the ADVOCATE W. F. OODEN r AY. TnirttUag Passenger ge&.6Bu.UnS Gcnen,New York. "
bottles for sale by DUon Gray. office J.O. FK LOT. PrelghAgaat on wharf loot Hogaa Street,Jackaonrtlle,ria. .
tAn JOHN HOWARD.Florida rreight Agent,foot Laura Street,Jacksonville.. ORANGES LEMONS] BANANA|
J.A.LA.8LJK, Buperiuteoiiaat,foot Laura' Street,JackaonrUle Fla '
The Sisal Plant Florida : .o.EokRt.Traflio Manager Bowling Green, New York.
Interesting Letter From MAK8H; ALL U....L YDE.AiC Traffic Manager 6 Bowling Green New York. ,
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"EitTMU From the Government Report, Col. Edward C. Wade. WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen'l =
By Ch**. K. Dod**, 8pell Ag-t. Agents., A.ND -:: LA.PES,
.
% WASHnceroif, D. C., Aug. 14, 1891. l' loath.Phuad.1pbLI. S B wUac 0....,New York.

for The so many plant year producing ha been this a fiber source which of JT ",..GroAarn it Walton, TttutriOt,Fla: 264 Washington Street New Y ort.

wealth to and Is of GXSTLXMWT -I take In In- ,
Yucatan becoming : pleasure
GOm.merclallmportuoe to the Bahamas forming you that I have arrived In this JNCJ.A.N: : :eI"7EJe: : : :E3:01.J.J.iL.: : ,

grows In many portions of Florida,where city safely, and in good health. I find
iu cultivation long ago passed the ex It no cooler here than on our beautiful We Issue a WEEKLY: PRICE LIST,and shall be pleased to forward It to !

perimental *tag The literature of the Indian River. We are having frequent T1TUSVILLEIndian'River on receipt of a postal card.
ubjext, a* U rebates to the culture of the rains, and vegetation; Is green and beautiful Stencils Furnished on application.
plant in our own country, Is quite extenlveenoaghNvingbeenpublishedeven ; but, In my opinion, not to corn- Reference
; Wholesale Fruit Trade of the
country.
with the
par our own on i ver. j1IJ1
11* far back. the fifties, to prove the My many friends and acquaintances, -:1-- Fla.
adaptability of both soil and climate of as well as many strange, ask many Sot
Florida to successful cultivation.The questions concerning Florida, and particularly t RICHARD W. GOODE. JAMES T.

history of the introduction of the our Indian River country. lam ..r L M. MABBETTE
plant into Florida by Dr. Henry Perrine, satisfied that; next winter there will be
between fifty and sixy yean ago is almost more visitor to Tttusville Rockledge, Psora. Florida Real Estate Exchangf
too well known to repeat here and the Lake Worth, portions* of the -
though a few brief statements may not State than we have ever had before; and
be out of place. many more who will go there to purchase Open All The Year MELBOURNE Brevard Co., FLA.
;Familiar with the account of Dr. Per winter homes.I '
tine's efforts to obtain grant of land In wish I had a thousand Brevard county PROPERTIES OF ALL KINDS LD A EXCHAKGED.
southern Florida, upon which to pursue pamphlets to circulate. I would put Only a few minutes' NON"IIZSIDD
JiU experiments In the culture of this I them where they would do the most walk from Hallway depot TAXES PAID FOB .01>
plant as well a. the story of the tragic; good. When shall wt have the new and Steamboat landings CONTRACTS TAKEN FOR SETTING OUT ORANGE. GROVES .

coding of the enterprise It has been my I' ones? ,With best wishes.. PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS.
On
good fortune to obtain from Mrs. Heater the banks of the tandi
Very truly yours :I Indian River Lands having
Parties
a specialty.
far-tamed Indian IUrer : wishing to lnvat or
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