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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 3. TITUSVILLE, Indian: River, FLAT, FRIDAY, SEPT. 4, 1891. No. .1--,



RAnge of TemperatureIn -Mr. W. Si: Keefer, of Narrows, Was .Dr. J. L. Enos is very ill at his homo --Get the'AnvooAts at Dr. Screvon's. -Mr. J. F,, McAboe, of De Leon Mrs.ton CProfoosaorGPocktlef Sunday of''ClIar1mto night, 'r

in at Enos, Fla. Cents Springs, was In town this morning.Our the obsequies and ** .
Tlta Tllle town a day or so this week. Five per Cripy.Messrs. for Atlanta where ,

For the week, ending last night, Sept. -Mr. Alfred Cox, of Eden, left his -Mr. Charles Wolf, of Jensen was a J.:"O. and A. J. Simmons of fishermen sent a carload of fish I torment Peck were to well be held.known-jKm and,.highly f/nMm.,

3, 1891, as1 Compared with that of,the autograph on the IndlJtn River hotel visitor to.our county town this week, Eau Gallic, were In town this week. to Macon, Oft., Wednesday 'morning.Mr. respected Mrs on was Indian River, and her a. + ,

corresponding week In 1800. Recordedat register Monday. Correspondents are requested ,to -Wantod-money to loan on absolute J, O. Walton, ol Eau Oallie, merous friends will learn, With regret-

the U. 8. Weather Bureau once, TI- -Mr. T. V. Moore, of, Jensen, camp read the rules on first column of our safe reat estate security. Ten per cent. came tp in -the schooner Cygnus this of her sad and untimely end. ;+

tusville. np td town on Sunday's steamer, and re? fourth page. free of aO expenses, obtained for londer morning. Tne Circuit Court.
Day Max. Mm. Max. Mln turned Monday night. -Mr. 'J. F. Olmstead, of Ankona has RobblnsVb 'Graham. 2Btf -Miss Sue Buoltnor. showed us avery -

28 1800.00' 75 AUGUST. 88 1801.73 -Stop at the Travelers Hotel when.'you been spending a few days In town this -Mr. Bethel Stewart, of Eau Gallitt, nice little oil painting of a cup and Judge Broome an J. D. BeggS E q..

29 94n 87 72 go to Jacksonville; under the management week. took a horseback ride to town this saucer she Is painting for Mrs, Robbing. arrived on the train last Monday nlgltt- ,

30 87 78 80 73 of Burton K. Burrs. See advt. on -Mr. F. P. Ilassler, of Averill, was In week. lie returned homewards yester Porpoise hide makes tho .toughest and Circuit Court convened promptly fixed I !;
31 83 '70 85 74SEPTEMBER. on Tuesday morning, the day ay f
3rd page. ,- eu town a day or this week, on his way shoe In oxlstancc.\ You can got the

1 80 74 82 70 -Mr. C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, who north. day.A genuine porpolso hide shoo is water genuine ,article at tho azaar. Price, law.In addition to the local bar,.who were r.

2 80 76 $0 70 has been north a couple of months, was -Mes r Jno. B. Beach, N. Downey,, proof. Boatmen and fishermen can .2.om. well represented several prominent attorneys l'
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from distance wore prollon'among
3 83 72 83 .74 In town a few days this week attendingto C. T. McBride, M. G. Ellis and others get them at the Bazaar for $2.'7 Every Another new postoffice has been established whom wo a noticed Major st Clair ly

business matters.Mr. from Melbourne, were In town this week. paltguarantccdRay.l down the river. It la located Abrams, of Tavares; Col. A. M. Thrash z

The Mean Teinperatarct. for Augut 1891 R. W. Goode of the real estate -The large silk handkerchief, found '- ; Bryan, who drove the artesian north of Mloco, In ,the neighborhood of er, of Sanford; Mr. ]C.. D. .Bcgjav'
'As recorded at the Weather Bureau Fin and Judge Tucker :-.
Of Kissimmee
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firm of Goode & Hogg Melbourne was and advertised In last week's ADVOCATE well at Klslmrncc; have sued that the Island known as Grant's Farm and tot'
than ,
| office, was 81.8 or 1 degree higher of Lakeland; Mr. I. A. Stewart, ,
has ever been recorded since station was In town this week in attendance at was claimed by Mr. G. F. Duren, the city for' 1,000, part of the contract has been named "Grant.: DoLand, arrived on Wednesday, night
[ established. Highest temperature 00 on Court as a grand juror. price. The city claims that it was not -Mr. Qeo. S. Adams, who has beenat and has been in attendance since.:
[ the 10th. Lowest temperature 72 on the owner.Tho mod. *. Timft-Union' There was quite an array of case
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ea in Coohrln Ga. during the
t 29th. Highest and lowest for some -Mrs. B. L. Wills reports the trip on nnmfr-nnd-dato: slip pasted at college awaiting the court.. The criminal dook->
months since station was established the Reckless, last Friday, as being a the head ot this paper or on rapper -The attention of- our readers is, this past twelve months or so, returned here et shows, the following disposition of:
\ NOm 1800 and 67 in 1880. The mean week drawn to the advertisement last night and leaves for Eau Gallle today
: most enjoyable one-In fact, although tolls you tho date your subscription ex :, new oases: }
temperature did not get below 80 0 on they did not roach the ocean, they all of Messrs.. Clark & ,Corlnitt, proprietorsof to meet his father and mother, State of Florida versus John At dIaoa.,
any day the month pired.Mr. larceny of animal, continued by consent, ;
Total rainfall 3.48 Inches. Greatest had a very pleasant picnic on the way. E. P. Branch, 'one of Mel- the Carpet Palace, 48 West Bay -The Indian River Steamboat Co. after a pIca of not guilty f 1,
I and least for same month 4.40 In 1888 -Why send your job work out of the. bourne's prominent merchants, was In street,'Jackson ville, whore splendid selection this week decided to close .their worksat State of Florida versus Gary S.. Holt ,

[ and rainfall 2.47 in 13.1887.There Number were of 20 days cloudless with county when you can get It done neatly, town Tuesday morning, on his way iof rugs, carpets, shades oilcloth Eau Gallic and will remove all tools, larceny continued on motion-of State e ., .,,
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days, and 11 partly cloudy days. cheaply and expeditiously at the ADVOCATE | lace ourttlns, furniture covering, .' etc., to,Tltulvll1e whore we understand, Attorney.State of Florida: versua Elijah'* TU, ,-
Total wind 00.43 miles north.Do '' etc., mav be found. Road ad. on lost all steamers 11'11In future be repaired.
i velocity or an office you want bargains In land If Shambloy, assault with Intent to, mur-: ,i
average velocity of 0.3 miles per hour.' -Tho' Eau Oallie River has looked do, read Bobbins & Graham's list pa e.Major'St. -Send $2.30 to the Bazaar for ft pairof der, continued, on motion of State., ;
direction S. E. or 35 you
Prevailing. per Clair Abrams and Mr. W. State of Florida versus James Soward .
[ cent of the total directions observed. quite lively for some time past, with the of land bargains on the Inside page of Norwood went'on'an. unsuccessful fishing calf skin shoos. Give them a fair trial assault with Intent. to. commit. murder. q
[ Highest velocity 82 S. E., On 25th.: steamers St. Sebastian, St. Lucle, White I this paper. tf. and if they don't prove satisfactory, continued. ;'
[ Thunder storms occurred on the 3d, 6th excursion on Wednesday afternoon. and back. That Is Florida Benham Lua- '
and Cloo all moored In that picturesque- go pet your money State of versus :
I and 28th.. Average cloudiness on a scale -Mr. S. C. Stewart, of Jenson, has 'We bellev* they caught 7 shark, 5 oat- assault with Intent' commit mill'dor r
what J. P. Turner & Co. when dy
looking and safe harbor. moan
I of 0 to 10 3.4. The average dally been In town a few days this week. He fish and Ivias. In addition to this very continued on motion of State. 'VP.Fishermen's
i change of temperature was very small, -The Weather-Bureau yawl has undergone expects to return homewards today.Mr. poor sport, they returned to their respectIve they say every pair warranted. State of Florida versa Isaiah Gore {
f being but one degree for the whole Prof. J. M. In town this down 'Iw %
month a transformation this wcek at Jas. Paine of St. Lucie, has abodes drenched to the skin- Libbey embezzlement continued set ;

[ On the let and 2nd of this month the the hands of Mr. Max Von* Koppelow. been enjoying himself In town for a day having ,:bOOn. ..caught in a rain-squall. week, for the purpose of re-organtzing dered peremptory to take Elms bond! next for term$300.;, Sheriff WM 1
rainfall, was 4.74 Inches, or about H Shearrived at her anchorage ground In the Tltusvllle band and starting a vocal '
[ or so. He returned home on Mondayevenlng'l Judge Broomo had a hearty laugh over State of Florida versus Alex; WalkerJ,, '
}' inches of last more month.J. than. fell during the whole front of the Indian River Hotel, Monday i boat., the Majo "'1 unsuccessful fishing trip on class. His family will remove to this forgery, Ilty. 1 F
afternoon, looking quite! neat and trim Indian' River. town In a couple of weeks. The Libbey State of Flow versus Robert ChaD
Try It Is
E. LANOUETTE: Observer. I -Mrs. Delsner, who has a restaurant again Major; ,
with her now suit of sails, as '(oIl as be- family will be quite an acquisition to our her, breaking and entering building 2e.
'I and bakery near the railway station generally a good fishing ground! where commit felony
night time, with Intent to ; ,
ing painted from stem to stern. town, and we. hope they will receive
I will open a boarding house this week. you were. ; pleads guilty to second count. s
LOCAL NEWS. -II. C. Starck of Malabar who has Give It a trial. -Mr. Jas.'T. ,,Sunders,' who has been every encouragement.Mr. State of Florida versus Wilson Means,'

finished his pineapple contract, has now on a tripto New.York, Boston Mass; Frank -Cable, son ''of General I gambling, pleads guilty 3 months J* ",
.ter -It will pay you when; buying real hl\ltllabOr In the
jail.
county ,
received a Urge consignment of first. and Bath Maine and other Manager Cable has boon appointed traveling ? .
CalAIt ; plaplaoes. "
clety end'Oeneral OoMlp In connection estate, to deal with a reliable firm A Tbo only civil case of interest disposed, *
,rrltt; ,IpdIeu ;BT.T and Lake Worth class Havana tobacco, and Is prepared to. concern possessed of a good .reptatloncannot ; returned bore on Saturday havIngypsut '. freight agent of the J., T. & K..W. of up to this time is that'of Chaa. San-, t
',bona during pest Week."nrl.f mention of suppljT domesticand"foreign cigars 'of afford Win: Gtepreeenrpropertyi I a'JollyVtltnt-.while away. Ha Railway' Indian River Steamboat Co;, dare versus the International Telegraph c
Interacting Kveotat About People Von the finest quality, at the mOlt-reaaonable.. missed meeting his father and mbth'er and, Jupiter & Lako worth Railway, Co This was a suit ,,for damages, aor1
: :Know and People Ton Don't Know or dabble In questionable titlesand; reliable non-delivery of a The caw' '
prices. Address, H. C. Starck, Malabar, In New York by a few hours-his steamer Mr. Cable.appears to be quite popular message.
Picked ap by Our Society Editor. advice from people who have had was ably (ought by Gaulden A: Bander
Fla. '8e' extensive experience in real estate Investments having left before theirs arrived. Mr. among. ho boys .around town, and we for the plaintiff, and by Jones A Atkinson

;. @ Advertisements under this heading i News has been received at Key West Is frequently of great value. Sanders was away In the Interest of the congratulate him upon his appointment.The for the telegraph company. A verdict .. jUt ?
that the El Miami and West Steamboat was rendered In favor of the'plaint-: ..,
steamship Dorado groundedon Key Company firm of Roberts A Williams
are ten cents per line per week. .-During the absence of our local editor for $1,100. Motion WM made for-* ;
the Bahama coast, has been floated, at Pablo Beach, on Sunday week I and he informs us that the company fruit and produce merchants of 10 Vine now trial. This case will probably,' lx ;
-Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goodyear are and is In tow of a tug en route for New- we failed to notice the fact that the Rev., is now fully formed, and their boats street, Philadelphia, have assigned but appealed to the Supreme Court 'e
|now In Montreal, Canada, port News Va., for repairs. The tug H. Kelgwin will commence their regular runs on the the wives of tho above will continue the In the habeas Corpus cue of the
-Yr..F. T. Budge returned here Sat Rescue, which left for the scene of the delivered of Orlando, was In town, and above route about the 15th Inst. business as a new firm. The nominal State of Florida ex' Kel. Storm anA .
two excellent sermons at the Anderson the court restored theousto-,
f urday evening from his visit .to Urbana, accident on Friday Is said to have been Presbyterian church, which quite pleased -The steamer Teutonic's record asset are said to be $30,000 and liabilities dy of the child In controversy to .Mr*.
[Ohio, his old home. too late to 'render the assistance for the large brings the time from London to Now 125,000. The failure 1 is attributed John's. Storman. .

-Mr. F. A. Losley has been on a trip ., which she was sent out from New York. that day. .)fr. Kelgwin congregation Is said present to be on a York down to just about a week. With 'to the McAboe Fruit Co., .of Florida, Goodmanson The chancery from case Dade of, Moore versus. ; .it'f
county wee- '.
\ to Pablo Beach-no doubt enjoying him- Sheriff-- Bowman, who, aa deputytax gentleman of marked ability in his profession the flat.bottomed racers now in service, In which Roberts Williams were large- argued before Judge Broome,. anddecled *- ; :Ili

; self surf bathing. collector levied upon the Indian and,we hope to meet him here the bar at Sandy Hook Is no'lon or a ly Interested. in favor of Ooodmanson. _- w_ .,,,,
Bread is the "staff of life." Altree's River Steamboat Co.'s steamer Georgl- delay to the passage but while Liverpool George M. Bobbins Esq., accompanied Court will probably complete its work : ;:
anal last week, for unpaid takes due the I again.Mr. continues the English terminus of his wife and adjourn for the term this evening' 'x
(yeast cake; never fails to make It. Ask Thos. Dykes, of Jacksonville, by and son, and also by Mrs.
I your grocer for them. 23tf. State and county, Informs us that the : who was purser on one of the Indian the Atlantic passage It may still hap M. P. Bobbins and Mrs. McClellan, will Supplies., '

-Mr. J. G. McDonnel, of Lake Worth, company has paid the taxes, and every River Steamboat Co.'s steamer last win pen that a record voyage from Sandy leave In a few days for a six weeks' tripto Large stock oil' suits, oil :coats,'and

\started for Jacksonville, Saturday, on thing Is satisfactorily: adjusted. TheGeorgians ter, arrived In town Monday on a few Hook to Queenstown Is part of a voyage New England. The greater por- aprons oil hats, leggings, eto.j.; rubber, .1 j
Us way to New York for a few day therefore will not be sold next days' vacation. He started down the I from New York to Liverpool which falls tion of the time will be spent visiting boots overcoats, gossamers, eta ?
Monday, as advertised on the. CourtHouse river Wednesday, returning Thursday behind the record., It Is not Improbable Mr*. W. D. )(Mussenden a sister of Mrs. 4- GKO. D. KIOTO. 4 ;
Pineapple and vegetable land, at door. evening. Mr. Dykes'Is one of Jackson that the often talked of plan of dl chargIng M. P. Bobbin, at Bath, Me. Mrs. Mussenden -I' j
f Tropic for sale. Six hours from Titus- -We are asked to state that notwithstanding ville's popular tenor singers and a passengers at Milford Haven may and her charming daughter, Miss De Soto Bench and Improveiiient k:

: vIDe; dally steamer Few acres cheap, the fact that there Is not four brother-in-law of Mr. P. 8. Johnston, soon be put into execution. That would Katie spent a winter In Tltusvlllo two Company, T ; '
j now. Apply to Robbins & Graham. 25tfMr ,
feet of water at the bath-house make
In frontof auditor a five-day voyage easily practicable and will be
traveling of the J., T. 4 K. W. years ago, remembered '
C. .E. Dakin, late book-keeper the Indian River hotel, it Is not quite Railway, of Seville. lie expects to be to England.In pleasantly by the many friends they A meeting of the abo v'ecompany" wa' ,-
;.for the Indian River Lumber Co., start- so dangerous to walk out to deep waterat back at his order that the made at that .
poet In Jacksonville on Mon agricultural Interests time. Mr. Bobbins wW held at the law office of Messrs. RobhlJM
I ed, Monday, for his place at Malabar, that point as It Is to promenade Wa day. may get the greatest benefit from combine business with, pleasure, and & Graham Tuesday afternoon, when,: ;'

where he expects to remain some time. ger's'long and delapldated-wharf, where -Mr. Lewis Powe and daughter of data, collected by the Weather Bureau, will lay his report of survey, with estimates after a lengthy discussion upon matters!

-The managers of the great naval only recently two young ladles met with Rockledge, who have been on a trip' to Mr. Lanouette has been directed by the of the proposed railroad from TI- of_ general Interest to the*company,R,
exhibition, at Chelsea, England, have serious mishaps by falling through the Ashevllle and other places in North Chief of the Weather Bureau to prepare tusvllle to Daytona, before certain Boston was decided to obtain the services at ., ;

; consented to allow the model of Nelson's treacherous and rotten planks while Carolina, as weD as to Ansonia, Ct., returned and issue a circular to the fruit and capitalists, who ordered the work County Surveyor Borchflel to' survey
ship the Victory.to be transferred to making an attempt to reach four feet of and stake off the Iota facing the Atlantic.
here Monday evening. Although vegetable growers in this vicinity, asking done. It will probably be decided Ocean as soon as possible, so that they' ,
the Columbian Exposition.Mr. water.Mr. they went off for the ostensible reason for information la regard to temperatures whether this road to to be Constructed or may be placed upon the market for u3. t

Will McCormick has returned C. A. Robinson, sheriff and tax of finding cooler weather, they did not, which effect, or seriously damage not about October 1st. at an early date, there being several per., .,
home to Lake Worth after a delightfultrip collector, of Sacom New Mexico, who it appears, succeed; for Miss Powe In- vegetation. They will be Issued shortly -Mrs. W. H. Peck, wife' of Professor sons, at present, who are anxious to boy

north bringing with him a friend has been on a trip down the river as far formed us that they found the weather and all parties receiving them will please W. II. Peck, who has been In charge of i the lots peninsula at that polnt-j-th that can narrowest be.set tied part upon Ot

':named Bowdell, of Old Point Comfort, as Lake Worth, left here for Tampa and extremely hot during their absence give the results of their experience.The the Duval hotel for bis son, 8. II. Peck, and reached from,,Tit usville. .
V.. New Orleans Tuesday, on his way home. from home, and consequently they were data thus coUected.wIll be kept on died suddenly Atlanta Saturday mornIng The following officers were elected tap
-Don't.wear ripped coats and pants, He came here on a tour of Inspection of glad to return to the cool breezes of Indian file at his office for the benefit of all concerned at 11 o'clock of appoplexy Mrs. serve President: President M.J. O. Walton; Vice- '
this country, and was so pleased with RIver. and a will be Geo. Bobbins; Trell.lWalter *;
when yon can get them mended so cheaply summary sent to Peck left Jacksonville a few weeks ago, S. Graham; Secretary, Chaa JL.
I will make and mend at a reasonable it that he has purchased land at Eden, -The St. Augustine ffewi says: The the head of the Bureau at Washington. and wu engaged in getting ready the Walton. 'f

price, and I wish to solicit the patronage and will probably, remove his family pine known u the, "Queen" or Indian -Tbo Ormond Oaiftu says Owing Handy Terrace hotel for the coming of I The De Soto Beach tract, which I*19

1 of any who wish to have such from New Mexico to Indian River. River, was brought here by A.D.McMil to the shifting sandbars Mosquito Inlet her daughter,.Mrs. Beatrice Peck-Dugas. (by water of land) from Tttuaviua from,the Includes Banana

|work done. !(n. S. J. Young. 3tf -IndIan River traffic and tn.vella reported lan In 1870 or '71 from Providence, R. L Is said to be at the present time In more Friday night she was taken suddenly Wand liver piece to the Atlantic running Ocean and a.IU

Judge Jno. D. Broome, of DeLand; u being more lively this sum The plants were given him by Mrs. Kate dangerous shape than for several years. death came on the followings morn probable that the lots fronting the occam
|?States Attorney J. D. Beggs of Orlando; mer than ever noticed heretofore. Chant Sprague, daughter of Salmon P. While not much used to shipping owing ing. Mrs. Peck was born In Galway, will be sufficient to meek tbeoenund tat
Many people have remained Chace, secretary of the of the to the fact Ireland a seaside resort at present, the company
cot A. M Thrasher Sanford; Judge on their treasury of railroad transportationhaving W years ago last May She wasa will sell five acre tract to those wtshlag
|Eppie Tucker Lakeland; Mr. St Clair places to get them under good headway United States under Lincoln's admlntatratlon ;, beeftv provided for all parts of grl\nd-niece of Sir Thomas Blake, of to grow pineapples or other fruit. 3%* *
Abrams, and others of the legal fraternity In the matter of improvement; oth rs she being wife of Wm. Sprague, this coast, yet Jn violent storms which Marlborough castle and a cousin ot Bit soil Is said to be well adapted for tfcl* ]'

were In town on Court business this have remained to enjoy the delights of a then governor of Rhode Island. They sometimes, although rarely, break In Valentine Blake, who still holds that purpose: and quite a Bomber r if4au1r- -.--fl+
week.t summer here; at any rate, no matter were the pines given to her for her pin this region, vessels seeking shelter or famous estate. Mrs. Peck, although of this town have expressed themselvM '
-Notice for what reason they remained a vast ery at Providence by the English Duchess disabled are compelled to use It. well known in Florida, was better known u anxious to purchase a email tracts ,
The land
: committee appointed by There la Atlanta, where at one time the on the ocean beach that.could to.,
f the meeting of Confederate Veterans, on amount of good work has been accomplished ess Devonshire and were called"Cleo I* a fine Ugktbouae at the Inlet but no the most prominent leader of society was, easily reached from TituavtUe. t

[the 4th day of July last, having received on .the River, which win never patra," not "Queen" but as M. O. appliance sufficient to extend properaid. She was a woman of rare aocorapUiU- '
{Instructions here to organize they now be thrown away. Homesteads have :Bornham (from this It appear Mr. Me- The Life Saving service would be mats and of a loving and generous dla- Furniture I Furniture U Fur tk

Request I the Veterans of Indian been settled, land cleared, pineapples, I MllUn must have given them to Mr much more valuable a life saving station .. position She was universally esteemed, turetl
River toT and her lots II a sad Indeed
meet at the Court House, In Titus villa, limes, lemons and oranges have been Bur ham, of Canaveral), knew little of equipped with all the necessary appliance husband and children.one Her ,childrenare to her lure Ladles to fit, don't the house yon need some new fatnV
planted plenty of fine vegetable have the famous Queen of Egypt, it was decided was established at : 8. II. peck up comfortably jowl
I on Monday, the 5th day of October next, this point proprietor of the Du- nice. I have the largest and most corA.;
E,for the purpose of organising a camp. been raised and shipped, leaving enough to call them by the more easily which I* a far more Important one than val, Jacksonville Mrs. Beatrice Peek. plate stock ever brought to Indian IU*., a
\ Ju. Mendel chairman. Minor 8. JoaucommlUwac for home use. Verily the Indian River spoken Queen of Egypt. hence our that Jupiter, where there fa< the only Dugasof MlM Atlanta Mrs. IlaroU K. Trow er-and prices low; wm.meet Jaeksom. i

1 k. Is a great country,-Tropical 8"... 'QtJeea." fully equipped on on the coast, er Mrs., E. P.Daisy Forcher Peck, ,Indian of Jacksonville Kim, ant; yule Bamph prices, with- freight' added,. .';;'O.4H JR.:

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'rho fast Coast dYccatTITBSYILL A golden bird sat In a ire, .' hat and restored it to her with a The noise of the 'Itreoll'ln Paris! I The manner; Of.fishing for sponge
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"You aro very kind,". Mill Smith himself at home on tho Fourth ot; I Routine Duties! of the Secretary involving only a small outlay of capi

$ I FLORIDA. "You have me now-at least you may, said Tho' Parisian is no tal. Each schooner ,
a* well as. she could articulate July. average or sponger has
this hour, this of the Treasury,
very day
-- very J
Bat with a mouthful of salt water., "Per- more to be trusted with a whip than from two to six small boats, with two
knows how
no one long I sttv.
Thanks to new sanitary measures haps you wouldn't mind just tatingtne ho is with a locomotive whistle. From I men In each. One sculls and the

in there has been a dlminn- "So catch me quick before 1 fly, cab. Thousand ..
England More' Than
in to tho ropes| rye somhow" dawn till dawn the cracking of He Signs a other stands at the.bow with a sponge
in
in the Or you vale may strain your
tlen of more than 30 per cent since And long for "ie with fruitless sign.eye But hole a huge wave tumbled them J men's whips makes the air tremplous Documents Dally, hook, which is a three-pronged, sickle-

:death rate from consumption both and Miss'Smith with resonant agitation. Every man -- shaped instrument but
"Tli over together, more cum d,
pi.Mlng'itrange! that who know
you !
.1801 now DwlJtt the moments onward flow, I could scarcely have made her way conveniently who drives .a horse carries .a, long A big, handsomely furnished room measuring from the potnt to the

In An address At the laying i of the Should still delay and! let me got to land if It had not teen. whip-lash, ,and cracks it incessantly. in tho Treasury\ overlooking the Poto- base nine inches; the prongs are half

cornerstone of, a Hebrew synagoguein 'PalelIetl&atlon'9tt, I ween, for Mr.. JollifTs strong arm. Crack, spat, spatter, spatter, crack, : mac' flats at Washington. Groups .an inch in diameter from the base to

New York Erastus Wlman' stated lies brought about that sorrow keenA "The water is rather rough today," crack, crack, go the whIps in a never- i scattered about the room, busily chat tho curve, and gradually tapering to a.

heart-break for the 'might have been. Mr. ending chorus all around where-I and A door and
that the Hebrews in America numbered Jellifi remarked courteously. you ting laughing. opens blunt point, the haft is round and

)loss than 1,000,000 in a population of "Con;nought stir up your slURglrh: will "I think Fd better go in," said MissSmith I over you walk, and apparently admits a pompous bureau official, who about six inches long. It is secured

6 OOOOOO. Your lives are grinding In Time's mill, the end of,whose Grecian nose in your apartment when you try : stands aimlessly for a minute, and to polo one and a half inches in dIameter

Which whlrleth, and stands never still was beginning to turn of an ominous to sleep. If' you want to Imagine I after gazing solemnly around retires and about sixty feet in length,

"Be firm and strong, the moments save, bluo color. what it sounds like, just fancy every whence he came. Another opened The sponge hook, with an' ordinary
"We are glad to see, says the LewhtontMe. And let not Failure wave
sad-eyed
.) Journal, '-that MaIne Her dreary. arms above Jour jgrave." "Well, perhaps you had," observed third or fifth man In New York going door, and a second person of like appearance wooden pall having glass bottom and

colleges men are yet re., -[Lady Willi 1m'LeDnOI: Mr.,Jelllff, who was iu a hurry to get about firing giant torpedoes all day goes through per known as a water glass, complete the
poor young
pectably winning degrees on $200 to back to Hatty Field, whose dimples and night. These terrible inflictions, formance, while the conversation flows working tools of the Florida sponger

1300 It li were something absolutely bewitching the drivers, are quite picturesque.They on. The door again, and a third, less The water glass is used only when the
a great
misfortune year for expenses.a college to have ceased AT CONEY ISLAND under tho shadow of her' flapping' wear red waistcoats as a rule, showy than those, who came before, weather is cloudy or the water ruffled

,to,be the republic of education in becoming straw hat. Bui when he returned .to and invariably sport tall hats of some dressed in a modest gray' business by a breeze. It is half submerged In

the aristocracy of sport" PT AMY HANDOUTI. the other side of the ropes, Hatty'and shiny material that looks like patent suit, with the look of a country merchant the sparkling sea, and by looking into

her companion were nowhere to. be leather. Their hatbands are often of or perhaps a. minor official on it the sponge can be seen at a depth of

People who think this old world it "I do 80 'dote on the ocean," said seen. metal, silvered or glided. They are a small pay, glides noiselessly sixty feet. The boat is pulled slowly

gradually wearing out, are .mistaken, Jenny,Smith, ecstatically. "Where are they, John?" disconsolately pestiferous lot, as noisy with their As a momentary hush full on tho ahead and stopped directly over the

'declare the New Orleans Times-Dem- Jenny 'Smith was going to treat herself spoke Mr. Jelllff. mouths as. with their whip-lashos, and assembled group the stranger among resting place of the sponge.

ccr.it. It is constantly the receptacle to a trip to Coney Island. She "Go o, sir!" returned the other. though I hud no quarrel with any, I them glances instinctlvoly'toward the ]t is singlnar fact that no improvement

of "star-dust and Is gradually was a pretty black-eyed-young milliner "Said the water was cold and. .they'dhad I heard of or saw quarrels between door to see whom this worthy Individual has ever been made in the art of
growing
enough of it They'll meet us them and their fares on all sides. They be ushering iu.
largtrfrom tho fall of meteoric who worked hard behind a counter may sponge catching, and the method as
.
opposite the fit e works inclosnre have no silly scruples against a battle But nobody A slight hesitating
matter An mtronomerestimates that in Grand street most of her time, and follows. described is the only one known to

'the globe( Is annually ) with 146,. whose seldom occurring holidays worn presently.:' of tongnes with a woman, and the look around, a quick step for- the easy-going, good-natured native.

Pretty soon, Jenny Smith, bloom. American ladles in Paris wore often ward, a cordial of tho hand of
000,000 pfojectllo. subjects of real enjoyment Jo rom. grasp An attempt was once made to introduce -

Jelllff, the young man who kept thebather's Ing as a rose, "came Into tho pretty quite terrorized by these noisy mal ODe of the waiting group, and tho the diving system, and four export -

circular room, where the canary-birds contents. rural gentleman is seated at the head
door
Dr.-George E. Jr. of Boston shop next was going Mediterranean divers were
Waring,
"Disease With IIatty Field who made artificial sing and tho hanging-baskets stretch There are few, if any, hansoms in of tho big table ready for the business brought over and put to work. The
;, 1* not a consequence -
says of life} It Is due to the unnat- rosebuds, and John Jeilifl had asked their green fingers, toward the sun- Paris, the small barouche being the of the day. And a busy day it will scheme was shortly abandoned on ac-

shine, with Ilatty at her side. favored public conveyance. To see a be for the new coiner is the head of
ural of to her,Jenny Smith ,.to go, too. count of the iron shoes of tho Imported

abuie condition 1\lIIIwant., living And -Dr.. Stephen'Smith nngloct "I don't know that I can spat i tho "My valuables, please," said she, myriad of those flitting about at nightis the most important department of tho workmen tramping on tho

said with dignity. Uke'looking at a festival of lanterns. government, tho hardest working man
day, thoughtfully. and
says "Man is born to health! Jenny, young sponge! also because the

and longevity disease is abnormal "Nonsense," said John Jelllff, who "Name said the clerk. In places Paris Is brilliantly lighted by in Washington, and burdened with entire sponge was taken np so that

; "Jane Smith." masses of lights, always gaslights; but more exacting duties than other of
I and death from old drove wagon in the hardware business. any none would again grow, while if
is
,and except both preventable age. accIdental AU work and no play;' you "Number, please?" in tho open places, like parts of tho the people's servants at tho national taken up with tho hook there was always
are "
by "16. Champs Elysees, where tho foliage capitaL
know 1"
the
human agencies." proverb Jenny enough left to grow again.
Jenny said she'd think of it. The clerk glanced Incldontly at her flings dense shadows, the lamps of the For one who is engaged in our democratic The Turks havo 'a law prohibiting

badge as he flung it into the drawer, cabs produce a boantlf .etrect.tDulel institnt who has relish
She sat half the night to "do one or a
for and in 1889
up diving May
It li 'rather a sponges ,
matter for
: costly a and handed out the big envelope -
patent
up" her pink muslin dress'with. the are plenty, but lest .iho driver should for the unceremonious cutting of the Florida Legislature passed "An
railroad to meet with accident
which Individuals an by shirred back and tho immltatlon,, Val- which was supposed to be proof fail to make the necessary amount of governmental red tape, a half hour act to protect the sponge fisheries on
killed
are or InJured enolnnes laco on the flounces, and to against all mistake or deception. noise. with his whip and voice hole pent in observation while loungingon "the coast of Florida and to punish thegathering
Is shown tho-Now didn'tthink
1\1I remarks
I" said I
"Dear
Jenny.
retrlm the little black chip hat, with. lI1e re-enforced by the use of a .horn fixed one of the luxuriously upholsteredsofas or catching of by
York Independent by the fact that tho sponges
little and necklace
the moss-pinks hanging over the my ring beneath his foot-board, and workingby that snrroun I the room will not diving either with without
. accident on the Old or diving
Colony'Rallroadlast brim-and the next morning John would make so portly a parcel!1" a sort of bellows process. An expert be watted. There I..* no inner sanctum suits "

August, by which about a ,hundredor And sho tore open the envelope. driver is therefore able to make here or armor.
Jelllff looked admiringly at her. and no sorie of ante-room Hundreds of fishermen
more persons wore injured, has Out rattled awatch and chain hree balls are employed
three sorts of noises at In Paris and
once. and
"Good land, Jenny said he tinkling softly tre adlng
already cost the in settlement |you every day in the year hunting over
and-a double
bracelet
company do look, for all the world, like a picture rings a plated the public vehicles are too few and too attendants to guard the prlvao y of the tho sponge banks and the ground has
of claims than
more 8100000. !I"And set of fatso teeth grinning at her as slow. Paris is as far behind Londonin divinity within. Nothing could differ
been traversed by those well acquainted
if the joke of the thing! '
Aluminum' has .at'lilt reached tho the happy young quartette sat they saw means of public conveyance as Lon more widely from the picture pro- with every,turn and peculiarity of
Smith uttered exclamation
stage of actual very close together beside the guards Jenny an don is behind New YorkIiarper'eWeekly. tented here.A'membcrof. the reefs thousands of times. ,Spongesrepresenting
production
announces .
of
of the boat with their surprise. the group steps for
Day Ridge millions of dollars in
the New York .
Mull
and Express, and "Goodness mo!I" she cried. "This ward and in a minute is deep In confidential .
lunch-baskets hidden the
by flaring
value have been taken out and the
the United,Slates !is now one of the Isn't mine!I" Beading the Hainan Face. talk. He Is a man whose na'meIt
draperies of the girls' dresses, and
leading producers and bids fair short knows that men's supply seemingly is Inexhaustible.The .
cried clerk. Everyone
"Not )'o11ul"! the passions known corner of the land
every ,
Mr. Harold Dover who played the
,ly to monopolize this industry. The "Ain't" the name Jane Smith 1" propensities and peculiarities, anil; he brings an office-seeking friend fine sheep's wool sponge formerly -
cornet in tho steamboat band and
found In between
profusion Key
new: metal is used for all purposes "Of course it's Jane Smith." as well as their callings are> reflected whoso paces ho proceeds to show. Lithe

where strength and durability'' are re- was on speaking acquaintance with< "And the number 16?" in their faces, but it is on I-' the few midst of the exhibition a couple of West and Cope Florida are becomingrare
Harriot! Field was; to his
ready tear but six feet in circumference
: -
quIred. and its'adoption by tho who have nihdo the of sponges
navy 'Of course it's 16. study physiognomy division chief appear with questions

is lI ecled. The propeller wheel of hair with envy. said the clerk an especial pursuit who are and 15 inches hl;h,, aro occa-
And tho tall opp8.site "Then it's yours, serenely. of business that will permit: of no de-
gaunt spinster slonal1)"secu'rod from $90'to
, Gunboat NO. 9 was cast of aluminum looked ou with lofty disdain. "'Vo never make mistakes gifted with the power of reading lay, and the secretary, after giving soiling

. bronze and Is said to be giving excellent here. Our method Is Infallible.. those faces. Judges who have served them a few minutes' attention and a $125 for exhibition purposes.NewYork
Whut fools folks are!I" she said to Commercial Advertiser.

result. herself. "Just! because a girl has got "But I never owned a watch and long terms ,on the bench, lawyers In diciston, turn again; to the visiting .

pink cheeks and a round chlu and chain in all my life,'' faltered Jenny large practice and doctors ,of eminence statesman and his friend. A Bride's Fine Delicacy.In .

Do. yon know interrogates tho New to feel if she were undera the of interpreting '
beginning as possess power As soon as these retire a curious
long lashes to her eyes, men think the good old city which has been
York Advertiser, that tho richest nation spelL "And these false teeth certainly physiognomies'more largely than scent begins. A messenger steps forward
she's a divinity. I know that Jack Immortalized in story as Rivermouth,
of people on the face of the earth don't belong to me. And I other people, but anyone can acquire with a huge bundle of letters
Jelllff he put up a new stovo-pipo in it chanced that a couple who did not

are Indians They are the Osage Indiana our 'school-room last taIL And I want my own, own little garnet ring the rudiments of the art by dint of and papers and stands respectfully by move in the most exalted social circles

lied they live in Indian Terri. hard study. blotting pad in hand, while the Secre- '
know Miss Smith-a pert, affected that."Tuat and from whom the most refined
tory, This tribe ,of Indians has John Jelllff gave me," she It is as impossible to disguise a face tary hurriedly signs his name to each,
little minx, that trims bonnets for a sentiments might not have been 'ex-
.
money enough due them In the was about to add in her bewilderment, (without putting on a mask) as It is looking only to see that his signature
living. But I'd just as soon not rec- pected were united in tho holy bonds

United Slates Treasury to make each ognlzo 'em in a public place like this." but fortunately she checked' herself to disguise one's handwriting. When falls in the right place, and lazily turning of mntrl-nony upon the day which

and every one of them-men, women just in time. the expert comes the disguise is torn cigar between his lips. Whilo
If Miss Jane Smith, fourth assistant followed the funeral of the "first wife
and chlldren-iworth! 'l ,OOO each. "But No. 16 is No. 16," persistedthe off and the face tells the true story of his hand is thus engaged his mind i*
in primary school No. 499, had possessed of the groom. The conventional sensitive
The Government pays them the inter, at clerk, "unless-halloo! I say I I'll the spirit Inside the bod One only taken up with other things. No sooner In the
a ready tongue quotations, propriety neighborhood
, at on the,sum on deposit every year. have to give In mistaken I I was holding needs to visit tho penitentiary to real. has he caught the swing of the
she could have said: "Noblesse 06-, pen was shocked by this haste in furnish.
. There are but.about. 1600 of the tribe the metal badge upsldo down It ize how undeniably vice I writes its than he glances inquiringly at those
lige" But Instead, of that she turnedup Ing forth the marriage tables with the
but DO class of people anywhere live Isn't 16 at all-its 91 f And I've given Ilgnmanuupon the features. It ii standing by. At tho signal one after
her nose and looked torT hard at funeral baked meats and upon the
belter than they The Ganges came the not the drunkard only whose red "
the fortifications oa Governor's Island. you. wrong envelope. nose, another glides 'into the chair at his night of the wedding a company of

by their wealth through the1 sole of She recognized necessity of keep- At ,that identical moment, Miss flabby cheeks and watery eyes betray side and pours Into tho secretary's ear son of Belial gathered themselves together -

their lands in Kansas when they were Smith of Primary No. 499came mina him; It is the sensualist whose vice ia his individual tale.
lug her place. and went to serenade the.bridal
removed to a reservation iu: Oklaho. lug through the enclosure: read in his lips, the knave whoso pro. The secretary, lifting hls'eyes occasionally
When at last they reached the pair with horrid uproar of horns and
ma. One Indian abandoned his tribe said she "No. 91. revealed the of his
"My envelope, ; penalty by shape from his work, answers each
shingly shores of the great Atlantic, pans and guns. The,charivari was at
and clung to his Kansas lands. Thename Is Jane Smith. mouth, and the man of violence who' quickly and quietly, and at intervals
the quartette of worUng people its height and all'the region was
Through appreciation in value of that merry The clerk turned very red. has been betrayed by his oyes. An enters into a brief but animated conversation
established themselves on the sand, aroused by the hideous noise, when
land lie Is today worth l,000,000and "'I beg pardon. I'm sure,",sold he, experienced detective or.a. trained with some friend
newspaper the bride tho window
Just out of roach ot the creeping frlo. appeared darkly at
its perhaps the richest Indian on the "but there's been a slight mistake. jailer seldom asks the crime of which without lifting- his hand an instant
gee of the tide, and opened their baskets above the riotous crowd and
globe. The numbers upside down. I a prisoner Is guilty he cau tell it on
of cream pie, tongue sandwiches got ; from his work, while ]his private secretary with supreme feeling appealed to their
to this Miss Jane Smith the criminal's face In short all the
gave yours "Bub" Wynne an old newspaper "
and apricot puffs. Willie Miss Smith delicacy. "Ain't you ashamed, she
Sayi the Halifax (N S. Critic and-" advantage which Fowlor told us we
) : man himself Is
of Primary No. 499, who was a deal busily engaged cried In hot indignation, "to come

The blue took dealing wKh the penitentiaries too genteel to go "picnicking," ate The old mild clutched at her own were going to derlvo from the study in disposing of the callers who do not here making a disturbance like this

of Canada shows an increase with a shriek. of phrenology we possibly gain
envelope may
require a personal word with tho
surreptitious crackers out of her when we had a funeral only yesterday
In the,number of convicts for the year "But you'll flail all the contents from the older and more mysterious chief. "
pocket, and was exceedingly uucoin- ? -[Boston Courier.
.ending June 30th, 1890, of 66 over fortablo upon one of tUo railed seats quite right," said Jenny Smith, domnrely. science of tace.readieg.SG[ Louis It is In st rroundlngs of this kind .

the preceding year, the total number Republic. that a great deal of Ibo routine work

,ln all the 'penitentiaries being 1931. alone. Miss Jane ,Smith however, lingeredto of thq Secretary of the Trea-ury must Good Hands.
But when the time came for wooing
In the course of the last fiscal year, hear no explanation, but darted out The Destructive Ginger Craie. be carried on. The papers to whichhe That is a good hand which 1s put!put
old Neptune la the briny surf, all this The ginger habit Is' worse than the
1889-90, 431 convicts were sentencedto of the pavilion and has neither been sets his lund will averago; a thou- to help someone who has fallen by
became altered. "One touch of ordinary liquor habit, because it Is
servitude in seen nor heard of since. the wayside.
penal all the penIten- sand a l rand occasionally he is com
nature, the poet, "makes the in Its effects and
says more rapid means
tiaries, as compared with 434 in 1888- world It wasn't my fault," said Jenny, pelled to spend the afternoon, long That Is a good band which knows
whole kinand the same may early ruin to the health of the individual. -
89. The number discharged in 1889- gravely after the rest of the department is how to rake palms easier and headaches
be said regarding one touch of salt It ha only recently come to tho
90 was 348 as compared with 933 "Nor mine," salt,the clerk. closed, affixing his signature to letters vanish..
water.l attention of the physicians and .
In 188889. The increase last year young -Nor anybody's," said Hatty Field druggists of whose contents ho is as ignorant as That i* a good hand which knows
l "Valuables, miss? said the that in thousands of families the
waa 4$ less than the record on Juno with a malicious giggle. a babe. how to give heartily freely.
man at the window, and Jenny Smith dose that has borne the
80th 1889, which was 101. It is 61 And so the Coney Inland party went peppery popu- This is the manual abor of statesmanship That i* a good hand which Is put
put her dollar necklace and one little lar of Innocence and
more than on June.SOth. 1886 when home much retre.hed'by their salt appearance respectability the bare routine of an office out to help you or ine as we walk
garnet ring into the envelope and I has become
of de-
an
the total number was 1SOO,and 67 less bath and day's holiday agent which in its higher functions calls fora along in life t when we fee) we need
wrote her name, "Jane Smith, across bauchery. The tincture of ginger
than ou June' 30th 1879 when our But Mis Jane Smith stilt 'remain or never cea iug mental strain. No some one to protect us.
\It, as she was bidden to do. Jamaica it is
ginger
as
convicts numbered 1318. It can be to be heard from ou the subject of popularly wonder that U claimed the lives of That is a good band which never
"Wo roust do Coney Island as the is the and
known strongest most irritating
seen from the totals, at different periods said sea-bathing and the envelope system. Folger, Manning and Windom. The wrote anything of which it was
Islanders do she.
Coney alcoholic solution known
wit $u the lut eleven years, that -New York Ledger. rant wonder it that any human being can .ashamed and which never put its
"But I haven't got auy valuables, ing next to alcohol absolute which is
year by year there has been a fluctuation & respond to its demands.-[New YorkRocorc.ler. hand to fraud and dishonesty.That .
said Hattie Fieldwith a cherry-lipped .h OU Hotel undrinkable and standing to
equal
,
In the criminal population, which is a good band which helps
moue. Traveler (trying to write Lls name commercial alcohol which is .
never
has seldom varied any year in thedirection along the sick and the weak, the helpless -
of either Increase "Then don't leave 'em," advised on a hotel register)-This ia a historic need a* a beverage. The Jamaica Seuatienal Hews.
or decrease and the poor.
than Jenny. hostelry I believe? ginger is sold by druggists and grocers Smller-Dt.1Jou bear of the greatmOY'Cluent
more (0. Taken at its highest In real That is a good hand which does its

rate IIDO 1870, the percentage of convict Miss Smith, of Primary 499, stalked Host (proudly)-Yes sir, one of the in tourouuco1all, and the un No what estate yesterday work well; whatever it may be,

criminals Is Into the surf like Medea going to her oldest hotel in this section, sir, bottled tincture I* retailed at one ounce niley- was 1t1Smll.rn.
slightabout one IB earth mad wherever it may lie, it doth not grow
4000 assuming the own funeral procession, and rather "So I supposed-from tho pen ."- and upward.-[8t Louis Globe-Dem* a complete U
population ol the revolution Its axis. weary, and It doeth It* work so it I
resented. the liberties taken by toe sea Good New iocrat upon -[Chicago:
[
Dominion to be 8,000.000. Ftisnd-
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FLORIDA'S'BUDGET BUSINESS-OUTLOOK. THROUGH DIME ; RIVER' ; .:'

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Dun ft Co.'s Report for the Past "
Twenty Excellent Bargains
Of Newsy Notes and Pointed Week. NEWS OF THE SOUTH BRIEFLY ;
Estate on Indian Kiier
Paragraphs. The following Is R G. Dun A Cd." review PARAGRAPHEDFormIng
of trade for week end d Aug./ 22n I 11 No. 1. The D..l of w} of :
During the past week attention baa been t 27, sr 87 e-40 acre, on pf
The success of the experiment nf blowing absorbed by tho great excitement in : an Epitome of Daily posite Melborne; pronounced I
tip Brunswick's outer bar with dynamite grain. There i is Hale room to doubt th tt surveyor to be an excellent
suggests the idea that the same the foreign demand will be. greater than Happenings Here and There. apple land. Price, $20 per

method might be employed for loweringthe ever if prices are not so advanced as to joining laud is lolling at :
Et. Johns her and possibly for check it. Later reports ate still more South Carolina claims that the census '73.
deepening the channel of the river. The favorable as to tho American yield and figures without foundation instating that No.8. Lot 4 section 24 ,$ ,
only question is, are the results of such by many usually conservative auUiort.e! ; the Mses-fd valuation of property in that e. Fronts on north shore 011 ; .

work sufficiently lasting to.pay for' theout1ay'TimuUnio" it is now estimated twenty to forty million I tate was 11,377,007 less in 1890 Lan in river, 7987-100 acres{ price

". bushels above government figure. 1880. acre.No. $
Gainesville it to have waterworks. The which indicated about five hundred and W. XoDudeldaa, prominent real citato 8. LoU.. of leo 83, t .,
question wu decided at an election forty-four million bushels. As the lowest Rii-hraon'l. Vs.va arrested 05 02-100 acres, half mile

several days ago by an overwhelming figure wou'd give over two hundred Monday charged with forging the name shore of St. Lucie river.
.
majority. The matter ha+ been canvassed million bushel for.export, and ttio latest of J L: Ludwig, of Pittaburg, to two $25: per acre. 'I
for years and the decision to bond the ,dispatches from Toronto say Cma.la has negotiable note for $1,700. No. 4. Lot I, 70 88-100 ; : 7D, t" :
l county for the erection of waterworks 83,000,000 bushel to pare, it i* in the 71 90-100( acres$ lot 8, 53 1< :
was received with a satisfaction that highest degree important for both conn- After most exciting: and vituperative all in seo 80, t 87 r 40 e. ,

found expression in the firing of cannon tries that the golden opportunity should\ campaign ever known, the election at quarter of a mile front on St. : ,
;
8taunton Va. for license ,
Saturday or no
and the ringing of bell*. not be lost through such a rise in price and adjoins the 'extensive v "*
license was curried fur license 1 by 93 ma : .
A census bulletin isstitd a few days u would control foreign' consumption.! plantation of Tyndall A
There disturbance of the
ago from Washington makes a very interesting Ai yet prices are not txtraord.nnrily joritjr. was no three lots have a combined m
showing as to the growth of high and not as hUh l by 10 cent.t with pt ace. three quarters of a mile on : : :

wealth In Florida in the past decade. all the foreign new, as in April last, Acting Attorney General Taft on I water, and being situ ited on :. ;t ,
The total assessed valuation of property with nothing but a dream of famine before Tuesday telegraphed Marshal Walker shore of the broad St. Lucie, .
in the state ten "year ago was $30,033- July to warrant them of the' southern district of -AI b'lnR, lutely free from danger fro
authority to employ a sufficient force to for these three lots In 1
809. while' In 1890 it was $70,937,928, a A GRADUAL 1MPROVB.UKKT. acre
gain of 143 per cent in ten years. Thereare The general business of tho country arrest the outlaw Sims, and arrest any 185 per acre for either lot : 1 'T" 'OJ./J

very few sttte that can make such a do a well with gradual Improvement in person who aided in hts escape. This is an exceptional bargain ., fl."
showing. The increase nf assessed valuation nearly all branches, based on the actual 1 The local florists and lovers of flowersin investment than the amount i.

per capita In Florid has been 45 increase of demand from the farming New Orleans ire arranging for a great secure and prove up on a
per cent which is greater than in any atatci. It may be doubtful whether chrysanthemum exhibition at an early Miami, and is not dependent
other southern state. there has ever been a more cautious and day which will bo open to people from spective and perhaps long

Dispatches from London. Ontario, state fonscrrat'vo feeling prevalent at a time any port of thu country. Already exhibits factory transportation facilities.No. .
that a movement is on foot there looking when the prospect of a large trade is hove been assured from Indiana, 0. Lot 1 of sec 30, t :
towards the extension of trade with the bright, and in' scarcely any branch is New York, Illinois and other northern : 44 110 acres, on south shore of
there seen a disposition to venture states. river. Quarter mile deep
West India islands, and tbe route pio upon
posed is via tho Cleveland Lousvillo mid strong speculative purchases. Stocks of At a family picnic at Titossburg, Ala., f2:; per acre.
Nashville railroad to Pcnsacola, Fla. /goods carried over have been largo fot Wednesday, Misses Sallie and Claudia No. 0. Lot 3 of see 80, t

The idea i Is to get up a line of steamers the :year, and dealer are admonished by Marion of Birmingham aged seventeenand Half mile of river front on
between Port Stanley and Cleveland and a full list of futures, and there Is I'lgeo- fifteen, respectively! were drowned of St. Lucie river. 40 1-10

thence to the seaboard by tho railroad eral a disposition to purchase only what while bathing. The elder gut beyond per acre. k
above named. A deputation will be it is certain consumer "il 1 require, that her depth and the younger went to her re' Bargains Nos. 2, 8, 4, 5 and
choosen from among the citizens to go many trades appear hesitating and almost lief. Neither could swim, and they Ing in the aggregate 480 .
over the proposed route and get all tbe dull. Yet the volume of I busincs is drowned in each othtr's arID!. .will be sold in n body itt $

information obtainable from tho sourcesat probably as large as ever before at mid- A dispatch of Tuesday frim Baldwin.Fla. This is a good chance to l
Collections \ cent in less than twelve )
not
cummer. are generally
their command. The town mid is flooded r
good and there i II more than the "luu'il says: i ou ty No. 7. Lot 1 of leo 23: t I ,
Wraith f Flprlda Soil with counterfeit silver dollars of 889
complaint, but the rush of harvestingand 84 78.100 acres sad lot 9 of : 1F
Florida and its soils Is attracting con. issue, of poor manufacture. The United
other much 21i acre*. One lion the no> 1
temporary causes explain ,
siderable attention the scientists
among States mll.'hal.wltb. a.posse.have.arrested
other tho south shore of
of .the delay. on
just _now.. .Professor Wiley! :, of the Ueorge Uirrett and Willis Jlouges, river. .Each lot has- a :
chemical section 01 the agricultural department FROM BUSINESS: CENTERS. white who reside near here. A large :
At Bos to business is not frontage on deep water. $30
a
read before the no very
paper Society gang are behind them in the opiuion of
for the Promotion of Agriculture in active but the outlook is hold an encourajing. the officers. separata lots. No redaction !
At Philadelphia cnmplxlnts'of are taken. .. ,
Washington recently npon the muck A Birmingham, Ala.., dispatchlayi: The of 24 '
No. Lot 8 51
soils of the state, in which he spoke in collections continue and the grocery 8. see .I ,
high of their value while the trade is dull. At Cleveland no change Postmaster-general fans at lost made awardsto half mile front on St. Lucio
terms
read before a meeting; of the scientific papers appears and money is In strong demand the captors of Rube Burrows and lot 4 of leo 80, t 37, r 40 e
association In the included and at Cincinnati manufacturer are Rube Smith, $1,000 to the captor of also fronting on St. Lucie '
same city
the of quite busy, while at Detroit business U Burrows, and $2,000 to the captors of I. acre for either or both lots.
one on phosphate deposits Florida
and the fiber in. good for the season. At Chicago dry Smith. McDuific. having received! his No.. 9.. Lot 4 of seo 83 t,
one on irrigation one on
Close this the goods sales fall short for the week' reward from the Southern Express company 68 10-100 acres, with quarter ,
dustry. upon comes announcement -
from Tellahasseo that a gentleman hough larger than lat year for the year allows Carter to have the wholo on St. Lucio river; excellent ; ;;.,. .
thus far, while receipts for wheat exceed 1,000 awarded by the post office depart. acre. ;
of the capital ct'y, while hunting' per "
.for phosphate, bus made the discovery of last year1 fourfold and of rye ninefold ment. No. 10. Lot 4 of 100 8, t 83, I..
a genuine chalk mine. The repu'ed find with an increase of about a third in A New Orleans dispatch of Sunday 04-100 acres, with half mile 11-1'
is situated in Leon county close to the dressed beef, lard, hides and wool. At says: The rice crop i I. now being harveitid south prong of St. Lucio river '

Georgia linen and if it really is a chalk St. Louis largely! increased orders are and will bo one of the' largestever and south-westerly from c, ,

mine, it means a fortune to its owner seen in nearly all lines, and at Kansas' grown in the state. The Mississippi plantation; superior quality .
,Aa nttcrBtloa D.r... to New York. City trade grows more active. At St. Valley railroad will !put .on a dally rice known as old Indian fluid w
In .ash interview several days ago Mr. Paul and Indianapolis the excellent harvest train to convey the cereal to the city, ground., Price $23 per acre.
makes trade prospects good and and it is probable that the Southern Pacific No 11. 8e 1 of IW t of sec ,
immigration similar reports come from other.north will d%the same. The greatest Increase 41o, on southaide of 8t Lucie i;

sociation who ha just returned from the western point At the couth business II i in the crop is al'>ng the line of the I hundred yards back from river j .

North, where he ha been in the interest still dull, though come improvement i* latter road fa western Louisiana. pineapple land. Joni .

of the association! gives an interesting seen at New.Orleans and Atlanta while A Chattanooga .dispatch of Tuesdaysays Wood. Price $7.50 per acre. Tie.'t*
account of the progress at the work. )Ir. the great fire at Jacksonville i* reckoned ; The public movement for the purpose No. 12. Pineapple land. I) Ilk
:
Plumer says: "The destination of many upon ,as a stimulus.! Honey i il tight at I of establishing a steamboat lint n e i of so i of lea 15, t 87, : '

thousands of immigrants are the Eastern many southern point, and collections are I from this city to 8;, Louis, in which one acres, including a clearing .1- CI r r
land'Middle! states, as1 the official reports somewhat slow.Business hundred men are asked to subscribe 10,000 pineapple, let out, on

show. The immigrant who seek these failures occurring throughoutthe $1,000 each, is now su assured success, of St. Lucie river; Prlco $ _'.
places, however, are of the more cn'er- country during lut week number for the list having reached eighty. This little waste land in the tract.
p118 tag class, who have tone ready means the United State, 199; Canada, 17; total movement establishes this is a river city, No. 13. Lot 4 of sea 14, pa ,
and who wish to see for themselves what 210, against 228 last week. and is calculated to have great effect on 85 acres; and lot 2 of see 83, ;;

America has to offer. )l&nJ'lmm'grlinti. the future prospects of Chattaoooz* 70 acres; all in t 20, r 88 e.

upon arriving! in New York secure temporary A Charleston 8. 0., dispatch saysi: _.Mtnmoclr situated opposite ) ], ., ':'
quarters in the boarding houses of LIVELY TIMES The itrikeof machinists employed bt the the peninsula; free from frost
the of the various has of mile river ) ,
people religious 8 uth Carolina railway collapsed Mon quarter ,;
denominations. The committee Expected When the Indian day after week's endurance. All the land i.i bounded on the north .

of the Florida Press association Lands are Thrown Open.A striking apprentice boy, who were enticed cent purchase of S. F.. Oibbs .
baa arranged to have access to these dispatch! Sunday from Guthrie iuto the strike by the machinists V.BarJ and Ii about half a mile t

boarding houses and there the inducements Oklahoma, says: Recent information, were taken back. Only one of the strikers the celebrated place of ..
Florida offers will be presented concerning the opening of Indian lands i was taken back at the old wages. The 'One of the finest bodlel'of '.' .
directly. It is true that the complaint has caused an influx of people here thatis other will seek jobs elsewhere Thu county, excellently ted for :

heretofore regarding their coming to surprising' Boomers are arrivingwith National Machinists elsewhere dlin't, ture of oranges, ,lemons, : i .t ,
Florid has been that transportation rates wagons of every description stand by the strikers. pineapples. This place: will not ; Ot

5 were high and that immigrants were I beaded for ,the Iowa and Sao and Fox A Chattanooga dispatch of Saturday our books many days. Speak ) = ',{ ; .
thereby discouraged' but we have made reservations. When the president's says: The Chattanooga Southern tall- Either lot, separate $27.50 per
arrangement* for low rates. These rates $23 for the whole trac' '
proclamation is issued throwing road .
open announces a through train from that
are satisfactory.-- In parties of tenor Nu. 18. House and lot in ,
the lands for settlement there will be a city to Jacksonville, Fla. vU the Louis- ,
more we can offer special inducements scramble almost equal to that which took vine and Nashville. The liDo runs at the corner of Palm and Jolla \\
both by water and rail. These tickets adjoining residence of \fm.
place on the opening of Oklahoma. Ever through Qadtdeo and '
Montgomery AIL
will be sold for a short or long period to ) conceivable specimen of humanity This makes four direct Hoes from ,Chat Comprises a lot 75 by 98 and the :
enable buyers to see as much of Florida has in of new style nicely finished and
put an appearance. Gambler tanooga that will compete fur Florida
as they wish. These.special rates can be and missionary elbow each other equally bu'latxs this full and winter. Trey, are new; Cost $1,800 to build. .

secured by any one in a party agreeing to anxious to be among the first when th.. the East Tennessee, the We.tern and At- the Iluckabay residence .
bold together 1 he committee has secured $t.200. '
order for invasion
proclaimed.. Some lantic the Central of Georgia, and the
headquarters at 261 Broadway I'o. 14. House and lot ,
have gone so far u to build flatboats one mentioned above.A '
New York which was secured through and DeSoto streets
with which to cross the streams. Others just
the efforts of Colonel D. II. Elliott, sec have house wheels New Orleans dispatch of Sunday home of George W. Martin.
stocked with
on
of pro., says: Late rain in this section havegreitly i
retary the association and is furnish visions ready to move at a moment's notice lot; small, but well built .,
ed to the committee free of charge. The I bn the line which extends from outlook improved is now that the sugar it crop and I the flni-he I 9 few weeks ago. !
will\
equal the
committee propose to make this I Cimmaron to South Canadian a distance $800. Plastered throughout, f
New York office an information bureau of sixty miles or more, are eDclmpedthoul..nd. phenomenal yield of last year the largo-t fireplace and chimney. Price $'
u well as an immigration bureau. of homeless people anxiously produced since the war. There is a jjen- No. 13. House and lot; : : l
who has eral fear among the planters that thu Broad
Any person any inducement or awaiting tho pretMent' proclamation. street in TitusvlIIe just
investment to offer can register their The southern negro, northers white and treasury department has not yet fully the borne of W. ft. Knoz.
proposition free of expense in order that red Indian mix under- the United State arranged the sugar bounty bureau and feet on railroad., Two houses on ; : ; .
that will be
any person interested in Florida can pro- marshals' surveillance unconcernedly, but toey kept waiting for their property now rented to good '
cure information on the advantage she when the order to move i II given there bounty money some time, iustead of receiving $7 per month. Price $375-a
offers in general snd particular. The will undoubtedly be troubte. It the moment they sell the sugar; vainNo. "

Florida_ Press Association. does !not expect u they expected. 10. Fine block of ..:
19 oenvo any Decent rum tnis scoeme ---- A New Orleans dispatch: say: Secretary pine just north of town park;
further than the evidence of Interest in Hester of the flew Or rans cotton place for residence. 8>&v 830
this vital question shown by the Florida A NEW COTTON TRUST exchange, desires the statement made In feet. Would make 14 good

press in the fact that this committee is a response to numerous telegram sad let. Iota. More than half of this i
creation of the association. The press of The Object of Which Is' to Reduce ten received from all parts of the s u basking splendid oak and magnolia
Florida will of course be invited to use Acreage. for estimates of tb. cotton crap Price, $450.

this committee a* an agency for any business A dispatch of Sunday from Columbia, of 1890-'fll that 1full deUile( I statement NC) 17. Two good building
they may wiah to transact in New S. C., cay: The scheme formulated ia of the crop will be Issue un the posits the Tltu.vllle public
York. The committee will depend upon this city to'cave the present cotton crop morning of the 1st or 2d of September Joining property of O. E. Dakla;
the entire state press to advance the work from sacrifice at the prevailing low price that be has never yet made or u*le'ld iu lent neighborhood. Blze, 50 by .
of this committee. If the various special l I"y organizing fanners' trust companies making an estimate of the cotton crop Price $a, each.

editions of the state papers make definite throughout the cotton belt, to hold ia and wiltaot do so now, especially. t1&4l No. 18. E. of nw } and lots i
propositions to intending settlers to the trust for twelve month one-third of the time i* so close for the promulgation of of see 17. 1 81, s r 89 e, a
committee they will be submitted to par. crop made by each farmer and thus raise the actual 5gtires. acre*. Has half mile of river )
ties whom the! committee may interest In the price, is already meeting with the ap west side *f river, at bead of
Florid proval of planter in other ststei. COLORED BOOMERS just below Barber1 Bluff. Good .

- A special meeting of the Richland of hammock front. Part ,
County Alliance was held ia Columbia, Will be on Hand to Claim Indian about 100 acres of good land ia
THE Saturday at which the trust scheme was Lands. Price ",000..
j ROBBERS CAPTURED. unanimously endorsed and arrangements No. 19. The north 43 acres of
---- Dispatches! of Wednrviaj from Gulhrlc of the ne i of
I perfected to organize the trust immediately Bard 8. s
The Leader Makes a Full Con- Mass meeting of farmeis ia Okalahoma Territory, statethat a movement Price f.30 erwctreofTTsee

fession.The every county in' the rate will be calledto is on foot to colonIze' with Degrees two mile of Eau Oalll. Just
real robber of the Central express take similar action. Th president of the Indian lands which are to be thrown Hone Creek and opposite Tr .plc! lE
train st Colliers: Gs., tut week were the state alliance was formally requested open to general settlement on September s quarter of mile north of Goshen
.'; captured Tuesday. The leader of the to communicate with the presidents of all llta. It has Its origin at Lanjrstoa City oee. High tlnff front; -deep
trio is a young man named Thornton, the tate alliance in the cotton belt with 'b. metropolis of a negro settlement not .''*1 ia ,hor.. Land ia nine d
who far from Guthrie. Agents, 650: la nu>owr < has sold within tU.
was at one tim. a the view of bringing the plan to a speedy of the put year at $
Langttoa Colonization h ciu
'> -
i Bewsbutcber on the Central
road. Thorn- execution A resolution was adopted by acrd.No.
.: too m-da a full even confession, direct.fag which the members of the alliance! pled ged 1. are DOW laboring la the southern SO. Lot 4 (If ace It, t 87 '
th* officer to where his vale to persuade oegroM to come to the a 77 acre; excellent i
part of the themselves ia wpti** to reduce the cotton pineapple
r' bo dle was secreted which amounted to acreage I'V ooe-half next year. ew country, Iluad/e of negroes have Quarter nil froof OB St.; Lucie ;
. f934.' Thornton gave the names of his aocotaptieta I beady goneto Laag toa and have been jWaieg plant.tioa of Stewart ;
ia the robbery as &ff.xd and : cared for ty rd7rUadj: until th* time The beet of land for sal on fit, ;::
Tee report of UM Com nhwoasr of Laborof : for invasion arrives.
Many are |
f negroes River, at
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Norton. The* men were located by the MuMtcboMtto sfaovs that sixty ii and reuoDablellgur..
, defective.-OM la llacoa sad the other per-'. of tb. punoaa wapiur*! la UMOiMturiag arriving prticlalaicd daily by the tin the lands Terms oa say of the above, half ;
ia Eavaaaah-and war soon landed art aucfeauical la-liuuu In tint r* open to settlement, it is balance ia one, two or three
safely bthiaJ the bar,. Ktete era IMS thaa ,i-." a ./. This ioctavdw elieved bat tbeusaadt of colored peopU ,l+$.I interest. Correpoad with .. f
will have arrived
t.othsxal OB the scene.. Jwaaar. A GJUKAM,TltusvUls.

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Title. TEAT COAST. ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, SEPT. 4, 1891.
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cliecfe was for 600. This have desire to Bockledee Property.We JAMES r rranAM), President; W. B. BAMtBTT, Vlce-Presldent;
-+ THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE. 4AWXKKLT nearly | no enter upon a Elegant W. M. BBOWK, Cashier
I is the first money ever paid by this I eulogy of the retiring town officers, offer offer for sale at a reasonable

company for taxes, and Mr. Hall but simply wish to call attention to price, what la one of the finest private
P8VOTKD TO'TB& DEYLL: : INDIAN RIVER STATE
JOWWAt residences. and in the BANK
'grove properties
oPYEcrOFTKR: : IXDIAS' WTEE: AlfD deserves great credit for the ener- the great good that map be accom- heart of the Rockledge hammock. Thereare

LACK WORTH IKCTIUKI. getic manner In which he performed plished by the selection 6t progressive ; eight acres of land 169 feet of river ,

!.! his duty, and enforced the eojlection. yet prudent, level-hended business 'I front. High bluff and shell beach; artesian (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

Avenue Titusvllle : A good precedent has men as town officer'Bjind im- well, handsome residences and Authorized
Office: capital t
Florida; been established, and it is 'a very press Upon bur people at this time bearing orange grove. This propertywill 100,000
Indian lifter, stand books weeks. J'd' Paid
not on our
many up-capital
,
sensible one. If private individuals the necessity of discussing and cons PilceJ .$20,000; half cash; balance may --_ t\N $25,000

cannot be allowed to neglectthe sidering, during the time that remains remain on mortgage for five years, at ten =-.t Average deposits, $140,000

PUBLISHED lEVEBT FBIDAT. all important duty of taxpaying between now and the date per cent. Write for particulars to -

; why should a corporation be fixed for the election, the various 20tf BOBBINS A GRAHAM. Transacts a General

allowed to escape? Mr. Hall is the candidates who may be named for Banking

__,_.>.........>....... WALTER: B. GRAHAM.ASfocisteEditoT right man' In the right place. :May the several officers. Development of the Pineapple Business.

& Manager,.....C. II.WALTOK. he live long to fill the position he 'We have no hesitancy in saying Field.

occupies with so much satisfaction. that as to the Mayor, Marshal and __ Largest and Oldest Bank on the RileDIRECTORS
Town Clerk'and Treasurer, it will, The wonderful development of the -

Ialtored *i the TltnuvlHe Pnntoffloe as Second- not be pineapple Yield on the lower river is quite
ciawMallMatWr.TEKM8 Kansas the an easy matter to find men I
JOHN J. iNOAtts of '
to fill either of those positions startling to those who have not taken a !
statesman out of a job, as he calls any o keaonviIlel J H
,
better if well trip to that section for several'years 1
the in ,
as as present PuBRKit; (VIce-PreMilent National Bank
himself that he is not an of
says and who are not conversant with the Jacksonville
), W. B. GRAHAM and
cumbents. No W. .
former V
Invariably In Acka.ee, Mayor can
alarmist, but the wonderful growthof facts. In the settlement known as Jensen BBOWU.
BCheck.'. Postal Order, or One and Two Cent the Alliance party may well compare with Dr. Wilson in the -which is named after its energetic COBRE8PONDKNTS.'
Voltage Stamps. cause alarm. A burnt child dreads conscientious manner In which he founder of that name-the ADVOCATE x.-, National seaboard Dank National of Jacksonville.Bank of New York 20 and

OIMII Year. ......1160 performed the duties of his office has no less than a dozen subscribers,
.x Montiu.......J'OO the fire, and the ex-senator knows B. A. Circle has made while three or four years ago John L. TITUSVILLE, FLA..
Three Months.fl.. JIG what lie is talking about for the A good marshal Jenson had homestead
Btegle Copy.......'.>n............... BO ; having attended to the finan- a and cultivateda
Alliance party lifted his ,scalp small pineapple patch without a neigh-
tot to any Addreii U.9. or Canada,Prepaid cial duties of his office'With bor within
without fuss or excep- a mile; while at present v,the
ceremony.IT
any tional satisfaction. The" town Messrs. Hoke, Sorenson, Wolf and T. MURPHY
bold onralve renponMbla for thepinion and Holmes Bros and several other thrifty
We do not Clejk :Treasurer, 3 W, Rogers,
.
of our oorreipondenU, but we claim is of settlers have fine plantations all withina 1 ,
reportedthat one our
tie right to reject any communication.Commnnlcatloni has performed his duties with stone's throw of each other.

for imbrication rmint be written clergymen has made the statement greater efficiency than_ any of his Recently T. V. Moore acquired a tractof
plainly on one nine l of the paper only and that the dances of the Seminole predecessors ; his reports have over two hundredCrelL in the same Jacksonville Machine

.konld 1.*In name every and cane be accompanied necessarily by thewriter' for Club are more demoralizing in been made with regularity and uni- neighborhood and sold Mr. J. W. Ballan-

ynbUcatlon, but ai a narantee of good faith. their effect upon the morals of this form correctness. The'manner inwhich tine, of Somerville, N. J., an interest in
half of the and
tract they are planting
ADVERTISING' .BATESlPER community than all four of our each of the officers mentioned out over twenty acres In the lucious and

TEAL saloons. Without admitting the has performed their duties has popular fruit. Mr. Moore has also sold And Iron Works

demOl'.alldng'lnfluence of the saloons been a source of great satisfactionto a fifth interest each in the remaining
One Inch....fll.no which is implied the hundred acres to Messrs. Ives, Moorman, -
by assertion
Two Inch..... 15.00 the Board :of Aldermen, which & Wood, prominent members of the Fla.

Four Three' Inch.,........ 211.00 20.00 'referred to, we think, in would be powerless if not assistedby Fruit Exchange. This tract will also be
Inch PUMPS
ENGINES AND MACHINERY OF ALL
Five Inch,or QusrterOot..... 80, ol view of the fact that the meetingsof the executive officers. Three improved at once in fact the work of KINDS
} .lfC..lnmn. KM the Seminole Club under the clearing has already been begun
Whole Column,........100.00 are aldermen will be elected to fill the energet
patronage, and Attended by mnny places of those who will withdraw ically., Made and Repaired.
for Six Months,divide the yearly rate by two At all the older settlements on th
ad,add 10 per cent.. of the best people in town, the and it will not be an easy matter, lower river the acreage has been
CENTRIFUCAL
statement of the Rev. Mr. is in view'of the amount of responsibility creased and new settlers are coming 1 PUMPS PIPING & SUCTION
For Three Months, divide the yearly rate by
tent,and add 20 per cent.local unwarranted, and might just as which the filling of this office ; constantly. At Eden' William F. Richards ,
has sold of fine
well bave'remaIned unsaid. just twenty acres
Advertisements. Ten Cents Per LIne involves, to find men. of the, proper land to Mr. C. A. Robinson, of New I Fox X liosx>la.c.toBun6mo Droc1gl.n.g.: :
Mblnsertlon.' -I stamp ready to accept the position, Mexico. This tract has about five acres '

THE government expedition un- especially when it is rememberedthat of pineapples upon It. The purchaser OFFICE & WORKS:
Paid Reading Matter, not In "Local Kews"Btnmns has returned to New but
there is whatever Mexico: will be
der command General no salary at-
: ,Five Cents Per Line Each Insertion. Dyren- back the river in
on to
February pUlhthe
legal Advertisements at Legal Rates. forth, which has been experiment tached to the office ; but considerable further improvement of his proper 134 & 136, East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla

Ing with explosives with a'view of abuse and criticism may be ex- -

AH the above rates are far one edition per producing: rain in the parched sections pected, no matter what course the ty.Mr.. Lewis P. Tibballs, of New York

seek. Board city bought a tract of land,just northof E. G. BLAIR.
of the southwest, has been may pursue. less D. B. THRASHER.
Eden than two and
Aems Those who have the welfare of years ago,
very successful. It thereare has succeeded in creating a beautiful
ao- Bills! collected monthly, If not otherwise plenty of rain clouds floating the town at heart would do well to settlement around his home which he Blair & Thrasher

.greed upon. across the -kies of western Kansas, consider carefully before I pledging has named "Beulah" lie has sold portions ,

Check,etc.,may be made payable to "Graham Texas, and New Mexico, but they themselves to vote .anybody, of his tract to Mr. St. George Rath-

J1 Walton; hold their water with extreme ten and act entirely according to the 0.borne, the of well Mount known Harrison novelist,; and Cincinnati also to PRODUCE :BROKERS:

acity. It was believed that by dictates of their best judgment. George E. Andrews the bas-ball\stl of

Address all communications to sending up a quantity of dynamiteand national reputation. Mr. Tlbbals has
from planted about 50,000 pineapples, and Mr. Commission & Merchants
in the Distributing
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, causing: an explosion Kicker. Andrews and a Mr. Waters-also friend ,

Trrusvii&B, FLORIDA.TC clouds. the water would become of Mr. Tiblmls-have also planted the -

T.OLRn.44. disengaged by the concussion. Some Things I Don't Like. same number; while Mr. Rathborne has i 153 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA.
This theory has been borne out by -' r about 80000. There are now about ,

A..:H. the experiments, and now Uncle East Coast Advocate: 230,000 pineapples oriithe original tract P. O. Box, 761.
.. of land bought by Mr. Tibbals from Jo-
Jerry of Uncle Barn's Weather I never wrote anything for a newspaper
IndianiRhrer Lodge No. 9Q Free and in my'llfe and unless I write seph Hurst two years ago, where at the
just ORANGES AND PINEAPPLESA
Bureau, will be able to supply rainto time of the transfer the acreage was not
Accept -Masons, hold their meetings like I talk, aa a newspaper writer I'm a
order for It worthy of mention. Mr. Tlbbals has also -
given locality.
the '
4n FBIDAY on or before !'iFull Moon, any failure. SPECIALTY.
.at 1:30 p; m;, in Masonic Han In the In- seems we !have found somethingnew Somehow or other everything you see built a beautiful home, which is .
-dIaD. .River-State In about local probably the finest residence between the Consignments of all kinds of FruIts Vegetables and Produce Solicited.
Bank building, Titus- under the sun. How lucky the a newspaper our affairs always house! of Senator Quay and Lake Worth. ,

process is not covered by a patent ; puffs everything and everybody up Mr. Rathborne Is the author of a popular : LIBERAL ADVANCES .MADE., PROMPT RETURNS., ,
brethren cordially I which
Visiting invited except beUeve papeV
.
are lour say novel entitled References: National Bank of the State of Florida W.
*B attend; what a chance for making a corneron something about certain' drawbacks "Doctor Jack" which ; IL Sharpe, Sharpes; T. V.
,WAITER: S. GRAHAM, W. M.JOSEPH rain. Florida has, etc. is having quite a run, and paying him Moore, Eden; Wells A Sons, Plant City, etc 12jun
Now I know it's the for a handsome royalty. lIe has also written
MENDELL, Socroty."Wi 4 popular thing
one to write all that's nice and clever some excellent articles describing THE EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COOMPANY.
THE TOWN ELECTION about and the charms'of the Indian River-notably -
people things; but now why
; trust the County Commies had not people and things who and one in the Otttinar which was widely Schedule In effect August 5, 1 .891.The .

Toners will take definite aotion at Will. in the which go wrong, be written about In the copied all over the Dulled State steamer ANCIENT CITY leaves New Smyrna Mondays Wednesday
of Lorrillard
Pierre
oeeur course a few the well known New
,
their meeting; next Monday, :-in regard newspaper just the same!? Frequently York mllllonare and and Fridays, at 1 p. m.; arrive at Titusvllle at 7 p. m.; leave Titusville the followIng .
to the 'Brevard weeks, or to be precise, on the it is from a fear of getting' a threshing; sportsman, has had morning at 6 a. m.; arrive at Melbourne at 1230 p. m.
county pam- fourth Monday, or ,26th day of Oc and then I know that none of us; like to an agent on the lower river during the Returning: Leave Melbourne Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays, at 1 p.
-pll ot. The when it past week looking for a suitable tract of
season -can be tober. There is no doubt that the hurt people's feelings by ventilating land for a winter home and m.; arrive at Titusville at 7 p. ra.; leave Titusville for New Smyrna Mondays, Wednesdays -
distributed to the best advantage ch.aracter'af the of their actions, and what they do and say, serve. game pre and Fridays at 5 a. m., arriving at New Smyrna at 11 a. m.
fa very close at hand. government a in a newspaper. But when people do Mr. Tibbals has also Touching at City Point, Cocoa, Rockledge and all landings en route. ,
municipality has much to do with bought a large
wrong, and things are not always what :K P. PADDISON, G. F. PADDISON,
tract of land between Fort Pierce and
its prosperity and progress. A they seem and we whisper to each othe Ankona, which he to General Manager. G. F,. & P. A.
CHACNCET JL DePew, one of strong and energetic that so and so ought to be ashamed o expects develope
government
this winter and trust he will be
,
we
successful
tIle Jlnelt orators and finest .business will secure a law-abiding and themselves for doing and saying thus in his efforts as he has been at THE TROPICAL TRUNK LINE.Jacksonville
and
of so, why not let them know through .
America in
men ad. North Eden.
an
prosperous town, while a weak
the that
dress .at Yale University, recently timid or apathetic policy in the newspaper all about it; and weeverybodyknow I'll tell you- Mr. C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, has Tampa Key West System..

aid : "Let our young men Who management of the communitymust when we know people are talking about neighborhood had great success he In induced selling lands the Holmes in his Trains leave Jacksonville, via J., T. 8 K. W., 8 M a. m., dally except Sunday 12::15'daily;
contemplate going to the far west our wrong doings, it's a terrible, restraint ; 4KM p. m. daily except Sunday. Arrive 6d a. m., 12M p.m.,':10 p.m.
sooner or later, result in on us. Bros., of Cocoa; to make heavy purcha- Train leave Jackmmville, via East Coast Lines 8:00 a.m., daily; 4:00: p.m., Sunday only
for homes onco re&1lze'what Flori- disorder and lawlessness. The -- -- -- ces 01 pineapple lands ana also sold a 1:$0 f.in., dally except Sunday. Arrive 11 :/60 a.m..IIto n.iii. T
NOw ain't It wrong for the bar rooms Trains leave TltiwvUle north bound, 600 a.m., daily Sunday.
cIa. 1s, that its steadily increasing moment a town is cursed,with sucha I to keep their back doors open, and sell fine tract to Mr. J. F. Wooten of Rock- Train arrive Titunvllle, south bound, .:to p.m.,dally except except Sunday.

population is flowing in from the situation of affairs, its prosperity liquor on Sundays, when they have gota ledge excellent who, by the of way, has just sold an
north more than hem Europe and license to only sell six days in a week parcel 25 acres of pineapple Indian River StcRmboat; Co.
cannot fail to be, Interrupted, land north of Ankona, to Mr. G. J. Gin-
that it is destined to be a purely and ltd Now ain't it wrong that there are grass the well known ofRockledge. STEAMERS Leave TU11AvUIe at 8,00 a. n.. Dalty except 8un.tay, for Melbourne and way
development retarded. more voters town who want them to orange grower landings; and at 7: Monday. Wednla and 4 rideys, making connections for Jupiter.
American commonwealth, and they Taking this view of the matter,every do this than there are who don't want Mr. McCarty has also In- Steame. GolnK North leave $telburne a& b:00 1'. m. dally except Sunday, for Tlt.avllle.
will flock that If them duced the Klop Bros., and a Mr. Kramerto Leave Jupiter S MU p. m.,Tuewlays.Thursdays and Saturdays, making connection for Tituirille.
knew
toPNow
way. they citizen of Titusvllle will see settle in his For schedule, showing time at nations not named above, and route*,rate,etcapply to local
of Its advantages, great resources ain't it wrong to have one grocery neighborhood. A. gentle agent,or General Office,Jacksonville,FU.
that it'is to his interest to consider man by the name of Perkins, of NeW'
store open on Sundays, when all the R. B. CABLE General Manager. G. D.
magnificent climate, they would well the fitness of the several candidates balance are closed Haven Conn., has just, bought eighty W.L. CRAWFORD, Supt.East Count line.ACKERLY St.urntine.Gen. Paw. Aft.

assuredly go there instead .of to who may be placed in nom. Now ain't it going to be hard on some acres of land south of Ankona, and will
the tar west." of our citizens to have to all their Improve at once; while Dr. J. G. O'Bri
ination move
or enter the race for office.
en and a Mr. of J. H. WILSON
Higinbotham Texas
The fences and houses In town,i to get themon JUST RECEIVED
record of the have
present govern Mr. Burchflel's new survey bought 27 acres immediately adjoIning
TAX Collector Hall baa been get ment speaks for Itself hi a very Now is it right to make some people the Perkins purchase, and will ELECTROPLATER ,

ting after the lawyers during the creditable manner. During the clear up their town lots and let others plant out the entire tract In pineapples ,
past few with the has to allow their scjub and weeds to stand and probably erect a hoteL Several TITOSYILLE Fll
days, a sharp stick. past year town freed Itself : other very important sales have been ef- AT
Now is It right to ask the to
Under the new :State law. lawyersand from its indebtedness, and has plant out shade trees and fix people up their fected in the neighborhood of Ankona at Will Electroplate the following articles,

dentists are compelled to pay made ,more actual improvements sidewalks, and then let the horses and startling prices, which we are not at and make them look like new;
*license tax of 'ten dollar. each totie. than were made in any two years cows run on the streets liberty to mention at present. F. C. Allen'sCEORCIANA
Now don't think the + It will be seen from the facts: !set forth Eaive4 per see, tingle plating, '1.25; double
,State and five dollars to the oreriouslv. During: the. past you Council above that the lower river is plating. $:!_; U'lple,83.411.
-- twelve ought to take some of those things in developingwith Fork, per *et, iinjfle plating, tL23; doable
Under the months
there has been
county. Interpretation less startUng rapidity, and while the 21401triple. 13.40.
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of the Collector with the advice of disorder than during any previous Now ain't It time to call out the street prices which are obtained for land at double.i uw'.puu.;L7 ; triple, par 13.75.. luigie uiauag 'IJIOj

the Prosecuting Attorney one license period in the history of the town,, hands and let them work their' three present may seem high there is no douu(noon*, per *et, single plating, flM; FLA.
days that due this doubt that it will be a difficult matter to .S1.83; triple '2.1 O. ,
will not do for a firm, but and this in spite of the' fact that are year? buy any river front between Fort Pierce Silver Watcne*. single plating, POOj double
Now why don't
two town
our
each member must tab out a sep four saloons have flourished within papers and the mouth of the St. Lucia River 13.611'odd tripleWU.
out farther la the .
coma
watcher
week
apart so Ingle 13.00 double
arate license. This new order of its borders, and in the face of the their subscribers won't have to pay each for less than two hundred dollars per $ .ilverrtpPitcheer.IT JO. plate ; 200 DOZ.

things is pretty hard on our strug. predictions of prohibitionist pro of them 93 a year for the same news? around.acre before another twelve months rolls holder, else to f4.ooj, S240 illrer to '10.00 rings; diver and chains spoon,

gjtlng disciples of Blackstone and phets, wfeo were sure that the licensing Now ain't it wrong for the Electric The is destined 280. to|1 JIG.I .
Light have pineapple to become Oold ring,chain*.TIle to 13.00.atru
Company to to I
teeth patchers, but not nearly as of saloons would stimulatedisorder 300 lights, and only power give us 135 runabout ? Queen of Brevard County in the near IfAll order by mail or expree: promptlyPine JELLY GLASSES

Much so a. It will be upon those and provoke lawlessnessat Now ain't it wrong to have your shirts; future, and King Orange is about to be &0.

unfortunates who are in need of i the county seat. Not only has go out in the wash Monday morning, dethroned. It is the old story "the survival

their service.; for the lawyers and, Titusville become able to pay as : and have them returned to you Saturday of the fittest & Cypress LumberOF

dentists will no doubt get even die goes under the present government night by-the after Lord having knows been who worn four-days Bargain in Bearing Orange

with the State, at the expense of and preserved order by en. Now' ain't it wrong to have a 1100 Grove.We ALL KINDS, eo 2D.

tie first victim they lay hand forcing the town ordinances and tank and ROUGH OB DRESSED.
up. county a two cent leaky faucet offer a bearing grove of 500 trees

... able to carry on needed improvement ? I in City Point hammock. Crop, coming Shingles Lath Orange Pineapple MASON'S
*, but she has provided for the Now ain't It wrong to have a Titus 'season, about 500 boxes. Twelve acres ,

THE Indian River Steamboat I future by procuring a title to the to rile make alderman Coooanut exerting Grove all a county his energies seat front of excellent on river land.and running Three hundred back quarterof feet & Vegetable Packages.

Co. has taken a sober second excellent block of land offered for Now ain't it wrong for these Cracker a mile. Same amount of front on IMPROVEDJARS

thought. I. A. Stewart, of the firm a park, by carrying out her part of boys to allow a Tar Heel to carry off one county road. New house; tour large It will paYPartl---- -
of. Ilamlin & Stewart DeLand the of our most bewitching belles rooms, sealed with hall and contemplate ,
of
contract. She has also pur. Now ain't it wrong for a few l athnnto kitchen ; porch; 1 building to call on, or address us. Mill

attorneys for the company came chased two large lots opposite the keep all of Titusvllle awake until 11 barn, good, dairy springs, large of water cement, a variety cistern of, I at DeLeon Springs.\ PINTS & QUARTS.

over last Friday and gave Mr.Bowman court house, taking advantage of o'clock at night just for their pleasure shrubbery. The Improvements alone Orden prompt1.1illed.Chandler .

the deputy tax collector, low prices, and providing a site for Now ain't it wrong to have all the are worth the price asked. A great bar & Landers -

a check for the amount due the a town hall and jail, which must churches empty, and the ocean foU'of gain Price, $5,730. P. O., THE SPRINGS, FLA.

State and county for taxes. The be constructed sooner or later. We bathers) every Sunday.' ...?t A., _KlCKKBlJ_ -r. -.--20tf Write( ROBBUS for particulars GBA&UC to TUusvUle. .,. L. .Casper, Agent, Tropic, Fla. Send in Jour orders, at once.


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I Special Lola Rake for Summer Guest t F. 'T. :BUDGE, Titusvijle, Fla: J." !'

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J. G. McDONEL, same" with both feet, which we are or- FORWines H.- R. OLMSTEAD. T

| 28ang3m 'Proprietor ry M say are somewhere near number INDIAN RIVER LUMBER CO. 'S.

elevens or twelves moat of the time. The Pioneer Dealet In .
There Is nothing the matter with large & '

Mosquitoes Under The Micros. feet, ultll.-lOur correspondent Is too Spirits GENERAL MERCHANDISE Incorporated Feb 38 1891. "
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cope. hard upon the size of Chicagoans feet. ,

We have seen such small feet on young R. HANSON, Manager. ..gTITUSVILLE

We have long held the opinion that ladles In Chicago that many would envy Eleers Eat ,GalHe.I '
,
the mosquito Is an unmitigated scoundrel them on Indian River-small twos aid 9 FLA:' ''":'
who could give our own lively flea threes. It Is a mistaken notion to think keep in Stock a Choice variety of \ ,

six stones and a beating over a long; all Chicagoans have large feet. Aftsoci-! CIGARS; ETC. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, .' "

course, but we are now convinced. A ATE: ED.] CROCKERY,TOILET ARTICLES, ETC HOUSES FRAMED TO ORDER. '" '
gentleman has examined Mr. Mosqnlt TOM. OF THE FINEST QUALITY, I'
under a microscope, and his ill crlptlonIII ,, And will bell as Low A*'the Lowest. HARRISON BROTHERS' MIXED PAINTS, unequalled for beauty and lasting. _

to say the least,' startling. It ap 00 TO Call and examine my Stock.. 18 qualities. Color Cards and prices on application. '

pears that In''the "bl)]" of .the little Order a Suit.J. & Hcnnkcr. Agency for the "Aerrnoter," the beet Wind Engine mad. '
beast alone there are no fewer than five P. Turner & Co. havo just added Lesley

distinct''surgical instruments. The the finest display of sampled, for merchant t.ADVERTISE' HODGES & GODFREY
are described as a lance, two meat saws, tailoring, that It has been our k Families Suppll GEORGE F. DUREN. ARTHUR T. FEASTER.'

a suction pump and a small Corles good; fortune to see In this country, and Manufacturers of '
steam engine. It appears when a skeet the prices are very, reasonable. With :c"'C"eeJ: dz E SrrEJ

er settles down to his work upon a nice ,. over three hundred samples to select Yellow Pine Lumber .
tender portion of the human frame the from. You can leave your measure and in This Paper THE OLD, RELIABLE ,'"

lance Is first pushed Into the flesh, then get just as nice a fit as If you personally Boron A DRESSED :
the two saws, placed back to back, begin stepped Into your own tailor In New Orange Box n.."" .. MEAT MARKET. 4

to work up and down to enlarge the York or Chicago, and ordered your suit Fruit A Vegetable Crnlo ,

hole, then the pump is Inserted and the Suits furnished in from 8 to 12 days. *tf Lumber tlt"yenICI., any part of Indian River We have also; selected carefully a large stock of '$
victim's blood syphoned up to the Dissolution of Partnership. on Anyone contemplating
reservoirs carried behind and finally bullillne on the ta.t Cod't. would dn well to c -:RDdF1 =I.XES
Fort Pierce. IS HERKIUT GIVEN to whom It may write for price. The (Uwmlll I*situated on the y
to complete the cruelty of the performance NOTICE ,that tbe .artnershl.heretofore ex- J.,T.alt K W.Ry.,II miles south of falatka. And carry In season variety of" 4Fresh.
the wretch drops a quantity of fating between J.}'. Turner snit J.K.Ender! Agents I Cocoa,E. Billing;Ean Oallle, Ennne
poison Into the wound to keep It Irrita- nnder the arm name of ,J. E. Ender' : Co., has. Brainerd. emo.pd DFTriolts: dto VegetA.L 1es
Miss Anna Ilcndry left Sunday for been illniuilveU till day, by mutnal eonnent. Notice ,
ted. Then the diminutive fiend takes a I to all debtor and creditors Sataunia lllght,Putnam co.,Fla. XXXX CREAMERY BUTTER Ice
Tampa. We hope she will have a good *hereby given on ,.a specialty.
fly around Just to digest your gore, and of the late linn of J. E. Ender& Co., that all lla- octmo
makes tracks for a fresh victim, or if the time. bill tieR and debt of the Mid firm have been an- """ e A full line of best brands of CANNED GOODS.

first one has been of unusually good The weather lately has been very due nomad.aid by firm J. f.are Turner to be 1,>&to"' .whom Witness all our account hand ORLANDO NURSERY Orders delivered at private residences", and at flue steamboat landings and Jrailwav

quality he returns to. the same happy warm, with plenty of rain, which we at Tltfaivllle, this 27th day of August, A.D. 1BU1. depot. Meat department opens on Sundays from 6 to 8 o'clock. : "*.N.Professional ,
hunting ground. The mosquito's mar needed badly. Tt", .
J. P. R. JAS. MOTT t
vellous combined with his portable prop'r,
energy, lilt J. E.}aosa.Master's
Messrs. Len and Dan Carleton J. Olm-
operating chest, make him at once skin-a stead started for Titusville Sunday, to OllLANDO FLA. Qardi3. I J. M. Sanders # "
terror and a pest. Our English attend Sale. .
courtOur
(fleas) are doves In comparison 'i' _
grazers
GKOBOB N. ROl' ln. WALTER 8,GBAHAJ ..
with them.-tondon Sporttman. genial friend, Mr. Harry Harvey AND BY VIRTUE OF ai final decree Dealer In S
left for to UNDER and sale Usnlng out of and Orange, Trees, ODDINS A ORAItAM
,
us on Saturday, Jupiter join
under the Real of the Circuit Court nf tbe ,Lemon. Trees, DRY GOODS NOTIONS' ,
A Cure for Paralyslx. the Life Saving crew. rth Judicial Circuit of Florida, In Snd for lire- Grape Fruit Trees
,
Frank Cornelius of Purcell Ind. Ter. The Florida Co.'s trade boat yard county,In Chancery sitting In a certain Guavas A TTOnNEYS-A T.LA W, ,
Canning cause therein pending. wherein Hiram Jacob* Catley CROCKERY '
nays: "I Induced Mr.: Pinson, who "Irene" in command of Capt. Carrow, II I complainant, and n_ Clement and Hasty Tahiti Limes, LeConte and Keifer TrrrsviLLK, Brevard Co:, Florida.P. "
wife had paralysis In the face, to buy a arrived here Sunday morning, from her Clements his wife,are defendant, said decree SADDLERY,
Balm. being nnder date of August 19th 1891,1 will on Pears, Peach and Persimmon Trees, .O.Box,250.
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
trip down the river. the nnt Monday In October the lame being the I Iii'all STATIONERY
Will
theoonntleof the Sevens
To their great surprise before the bottle Sib day of the month and a legal sale day, Mil Niagara Grape Vines. practloe
Circuit FAMILY j
and In the Supreme Court.: Bpeclal, f J MEDICINES;
sold twelve and i
Mr. Frank Everett a '
had all been used she Was a great deal between the legal hour of w.In front of the rllltle for Examining ami Perfecting Lan
better. Her face had been drawn to one half acres to Mr. Cook, of Port Orange. Court House door In TItu.vlllelirevanlcounty, We Lead in, n General Line of Nursery Title romnimndenoe *ollolt I tl from Claim. GARDEN SEEDS.
Florida, the described to.
lie Intends putting out a pineapple farm following property ant and Heirs to 8 nlb Grant
side; but the Pain Balm relieved all pain wit I Lot It of Indian River City sroordingto Stock. Tangflmo I | CHOICE OROCEUIES.I ,
[ and soreness, and the mouth assumed is soon as possible. the map thereof now on file In the Clerk' office Money to Loan.D. 'I 1 I IIAY, CORN, MAPES' FERTILIZERS
I Its natural shape.", It Is also a certain Miss Alice Bell leaves tonight for Shi- of Brevard county, being in lot:il of section rieftcribxl 83.COwn.bll' Mtree's FINE ,
24, outn of range 36 east and General Supply StoreIURDWARX j PATENT FLOUR.
I cure for rheumatism, lame back, sprains, loh, where she Is going to teach schooL b)'meet and hounds a* follow i Beginning L. QACLHKN, J. T. SANDERS,, ; vy
I swellings and lameness CO cent bottles We are sorry to loose her; but she says B4 feet north and 6M feet east of the southwest Notal')'. Attorney for Board Count OOOOA. Xioricta.s. : .
of the northeast of aectlon II the place to Sell Whet You Don'e Want anti
|for sale by Dixon & Gray. 44 the must go. We wish her a bon voyage 83, town.hlp comer 34, loath of range quarter W east) run BUT What Yqu ,.... CommluloDen.GAULDEN .

and quick return.A hence north 1M flab thence cant 200 feet; ; Paints; Oil, Farming Imple- A 8 EnS.ATTORNEYSAT.LA, W. ,'Rogers: ; '
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hence south 160 feet; thence west 200 feet to
Lake Worth.Mr very pleasant trip was made to Lemon the place of beginning; or to much thereof a* menu, Builder Material,Musical Instruments,
View on Sunday-to the home of Mr.: hall be infflclant to satisfy the amount of said FURNITURE, and the New PROCESS VAPOR DEALER IN CLOTHING.

t Frank Bell, by Miss: Lilly Bell and Mr. decree and coet Term, cash.J.PTua.aa, ITOVE:, which II death to all other W. Gents, furnishing Goods Shoes '

A. Robert made a flying trip to Jujplter W. T. Harbin. Everything seemed tobe Special Master Will practice In all the Courts of the But I Eats,

last week. In a flourishing condition out there.A BOBBIK Solicitor A QBAHAM for Complainant., Net of Florida, and the United States Courts. Caps, Umbrellas, Trails Yallsas. ; e

There Is to be a rifle shooting contest gentleman by the name of Mr. But- p. o.BOX,ass. TrruBviujc:, FLA. FINE CIGARS Etc. f'r
fat ( Parkins Roberts' ler has bought land back of St. Lucie,
) The
elllln. place, on Notice. only house In town making a "
and Intends putting up a saw mill. Money to Loan. 11 I 'p
I the west side, on Saturday, the 20th. clalty of GenU. Furnishing Goods.' V
It will be great addition here, and :1 .
I D. A. Allen ls at work Pitts' Island U hereby given: of the formation of ''I I Drop In and examine
on think a good mill run properly win pay. NOTICE to be known aa the Florida ,my stock.and
I He has the Pompano, Capt. B. M. Pot- We understand'' the mill is on its way; Land and Timber Company with principal DR. 'M. D. L. DODSON:, ffTfjl compare price Cash customerrcom-, ; :
|tor's boat, with him. down. We wish the owner'every sue place of business at Tituivllie,Brevard county; : mend every cODlllderaUoD competitors
...
Fiori. The company will engage In its pun claim canter. ,
Weather Is quite comfortable at pre- oeaa.Cll"mOOrIa.1n'. chase,Improvement and aale of real estate and

_entj; nice ocean breeze blowing, and Ei8 SktnOintment. penonal and In manufacture property ont from and manufacture fibrous plant timber The SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE SURGI. Call when convenient. First door ;

very few mosquitoes to bother. Not amount of capital stock will\ be 13,000. to be divided ,CAL & MECHANICAL DENTISTRY south of ADVOCATE office.
.
imch rain. Into 100 share, of fix)each, to be laced at ,
A certain cure for Chronlo Sore Eye. par valne-r40 per cent being paid up and the \ '
The Illinois and Ruby Dye are expect- Totter Salt Rheum Scald Bead. Old balance to be vubject to the call of the director TITU8VILLB FLORIDA.T DIXON .
The corporation will commence on tbe & GRAY '
d'back from Titusville daily. Both Chronic Sores, Fever Sores Eczema of It* by-Uwi and article of Incorporation with 7|
oats have full loads of lumber for dlf. the Secretary of state, on or about the ant day \R. D. L. WILLS, Dealers In b
|erent points on the lake. Itch Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples of October 1891,and continue for the term of '
and Piles. It Is cooling and soothing. twenty)'ean. Drugs, Chemicals Perfumery Toilet yl
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON ,
Misses: Bell, Rena and Ella Dimick The business ofthecompany will conducted ,
ent to the Tropical Sun office Satur- Hundreds of cases have been cured by by a Hoard of Director. who will elect a prtKl- A graduate of the University of Pcnntylvanla Articles, Fine Soaps Stationery '
dent.nellCtu. ,, to perform the duties usually ,
Uaf I
other
flay, on a visit to Miss: Metcalf, Mrs. thrall treatment had faU 4. pertaining to these office. and an experience of twenty '
loore and Miss: Horton They returned It Is put np In 23: and 60 cent boxes. The hlgheRt: amount of liability or Indebted.flees =- = rears In practice, offers his services to JEWELRY, *
i the mall boat, Monday.: to which the corporation can at any time Hear what the people coy about thus stove he citizens of TItusvllle and vicinity.* SPECTACLES 48EWINQ '
subject itself ihall not exceed Mventy-nve percent '. #
I The writer from Lotus Cove Is ,of the capital ttock.: Mr.Altre.I bear Sir-We cheerfully Wlllf to OrriCKi OVER I. W. BOGIES: co.LA MACHINES.. ;
away W H, GLEASON & CO iKtBOIC ROMHIMI. the ahnlra" qualities of the New J'roceAl Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machines and .
hind the times. The club house hat WALTER: 8. UaABAK. Gasoline I4to.e We nave had one over *!x Machinery,
rindows, and the painting Is very nearly I'rricu: T.Burnt.S month,and cannot point to a tingle fault RUE P ELY, Repaired. Watches, Clocka
finished, being done by Mr.: John Carney ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES. 4t FETKH GILB Tttuivllle May 0 111III.I R. C.. alt M.A. 8crlms-our. and Jewelry a Specialty. ".
,
if Palm Beach, who is making a very JUSTICE OF THE PEACE HTII DIST School Books and School SuppHea..

feat Job*>f 1t."Comrades". Master's Sale. Process and over a the" old. !it of gasoline In the New Notary Public for the State st Large. Subscriptions taken at publisher1 pricea '
keel"we In a perpetual
TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED atata of wonder and delight.Titusville Contractor and Builder of over M years' upelenoe. for Newspapers, Books, Magazines;ete.
Is the latest song out. It ANI BT VIRTUE OF A rIYAL Natural FiDlah a Specialty.
Jllrl.
been received Lake Worth AND UNDER 1 of foreclosure and isle issuing out Sidney WUbur. Prescriptions carefully compounded at '
rji just on PERFECTED. ,,May IItb, 18111. MEUlOtmNE, FLA.vv1Ptttoh. ; -
of and under the seal of the ('lrcultC"unof anytime, day or night.Drugs ;
here an of the bands are playing it.will the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, In and : I am delighted with the New Process Vapor
t we hope, In time, take the place Abstracts Furnished and Re-Surveys for Brevard county In Chancery sitting a certain Stove. It U more than 1 exiiected.Mr ...
J "Annie Rooney" on the lake. As it Is cue wherein Mary M. Wilbur, by Walter 8. *. K. 8. Wiley.< "" ] .
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Graham ber next friendand Sidney Tltnivllltt ria. ,
Obtained. Wilbur ,May tth,Imil. l' ,
I taking we think It will do so. .
very song her' husband are complainants and Jam_ T. Drayman.
wander a* trustee, and Jan_ T. Bander and l
I To the gentleman who put Ink on the Defective Homestead and Pre-Emption Telitha Hackett* ezecutnn, and John W. .cko I Hauling done at reasonable rates. Attends Patent Medfciries '" : '
fed of a mosquito brush: lie dld'nt get Entries Corrected and Pefected. ett.Tenths. Hackett Glen Htrohm and Robert A.Hardee all departing, and meets all arrivIng ,
here, all the same, on the 20th. We Claims Adjusted before the Department are defendanta,laid decree being under Notice. trains. '
date of July:24th, lan. t will\ oa the lint Monday
i sorry, too. And how Is it you aaye !- at Washington. In Beptemlwr, the aame being the Tth day of Orders left with G. B. Rumph Mat Elegant Perfomery and Toilet Mcles

manage to get there R. Lee gets Correspondence solicited. 10 the month and a legal sale day, between the Ural On and after August 1st, 1801, there OVOCATB office will receive prompt .-"I'\\''

here, too; but he, also, gets left ,someImea EAU CALLIE FLA. door hounof In Tltu.irllU IDle ;and, Florida In front, Mil of the the courthouse following will be no freight received or signed for ttentlon., ---- Kepi; constantly oIl hand atJ" ., >. Fq

.' deacrtbed_property, to-wlti All of the aouta- at the Eden Wharf via Indian River .

i Lemon City, on BIscayne Bay, is the Notice. wen two,south quarter of 01 range aection tblrty-elz one, township east, exceptlni twenty Steamboat Co.'s boats; and as the Eden McAllister, B. Screven's' 1 '
pace for a boom now. Why don't some the north quarter of the north half of salt
1 IS HEREBY GIVEN that anpllca _th-wetlt quarter which contains twenty acre, Grove house Is permanently closed ,
the Indian River gentlemen there NOTICE
go will be made to-the Hon. Miser a.Jon. '
teed of Cocoanut Grove; and, by the .;of. Judge of IIrnal'd eons 1Ipn11 the. and."Tbe known balance. the of property said aoath-weel of George quarter w.Morton. there will be no guests taken or landed l Contractor for DnUG STOnE;, 0

ay, will someone Inform as, through Fifth day Ocsober Robert 1891 ik for the of err.raja lea the exception mentioned,contain one bun at the Eden Wharf.
real estate of ElnJg and Alfred J. tired and forty acre,or so much thereof shall Also the latest Periodl. '
lie columns of the ADVOCATE who Einlf, minor. dMcrlbod aa follow. _te. a* Artesian Wells Newspaperiit .
med Glen Charlotte, and why It was (i.) ectDIIlng> **polDe OD Che JUtn Her of be and infficlent costa AllofaalA to satiety UndltltS*said d ta doom the THO8. E. RICHARDS i cats, ete. ,
med that? Rocky Glen would haven the It. W.1 X of the !*.W. x of fraction ., town settlement known*Heath oa Banana creek,U t t ) JJ.
hip M south of rang IS seat uo feet west of PBOPBIKTOB.M. .
Brevard Florida. A
i pretty and more appropriate.A the SE a.ruer of wd lIIW li of the JfW l( which county.above coulderable portion r- Eau Gallle, Fla.
of the described land 1 _
point h 211 test south ...01:ll>feee west of the; aid Terms of*a.,.,cak. J. P.*roasts hammock., W. N. HENDR .
A party went to the Inlet on thesooner corner of lot 49 of Kobblna*Urahan'aaddlUoito Special Ua ur. .r ,
Heron last week, where they the town of Tituaville; thm* n. northalong BOBBivB it. GBAHAM,
te centre of.9 anaTcra l.stress a.laid out, N".A. S Dealer In
Solicitor for Con
and and plalnant. ic'et
ere met by Mr. Metcalf sister through said addition a diitaace of XM feet ;
e i boys of the Tropical Sun. A dinner mora or lea,to a point IS feet eat of the BS: T NEWSPAPER
spread on the table at the bath corner of lot 14 of Uobbina .A Orahau'e addl Town Ordinance.An 8 e cics".GI General Merchandise
lion thence run went esb feet, more or Ion. M : SUBSCRIPTION' AGENCY
use, which every one did justice to.ne the dE comer of lot M of said addition I thenoi tuau'ksanttI ,
of the most refreshing drinks to be run south XM feet, more or lee, to the south Ordinance to amend an Ordinance e* B o(3( b vN+ The Pionoor <
there was coffee-lemonade (the repe line of the M W X I: thence run east 185 feet more or lea., to the and Collection 01 Revenue/or the town 1 For ,terms and sample coptea addressC. -
U not to be given away). After place of ,containing about two acre, of $A'LDzIII .oaa NOTIONS .' ,
rinsing TUusrW", Florida: 1 H. NAUMAN "
ner everyone went In bathing and mora tW we. ? ," I
er to the flats. About a bushel of CL,) IIe1ttn.IDC at; the us ean.r of rot 9/ 01Robbiu K IT ORDAINED by the Town CoMCll of TITCSVIU.K Brevard county fla.S5 STATIONERY
It UrabanVt addition, and south
run the Town of TltoavUleSco. > ,
e i dame were found; also some beau- US feet more or lea,along the parcel of land I. I>naler. In pirltumu, vinous or .aPL '
shells. Going back, the Misses daacribed. to the I< &west the aw X malt pay a llceaM tall 01 Two Haa. .+ Choice Groceries
the. of aai l aection S, alone said liquorirsft.yban ,
Metcalf Rena Dimick and Lilly w X < tired ot boa&-
,
y line a distance of rte feet: thence run north XM .....1 and dealer l ttsame sad reeelvlair: .
erce, with Mr. bherotue, Wilford Pot- feet mure or lea,to the *w corner of lot 2S of a Ucenae therefor ahaU be aulhoriaed to seas amis, FLA. ,' ,
and Ben Potter swam the Inlet. The Bobbin*.A Graham'addition| thence ran east lOritaou*.vinon*ormaltllqnonoranyuf each ibL3 S .' _, __ _.
i was very strong, but they were all along the north line of Iou w and M of said addition 1kJ-a.provided that euehaaUwrity give* by J
,a dinanoe of Pal feet to the place of berinnlnz. times of inch Hcen., stun not euiiaW wtUt '
J swimmers, and reached the oppo- Tne foregoing two parcel of land.... any of the Mat! Owe, or prevtekm. of aaea f j 0. J.: HECTOR 'i'
bank safely. One who enjoyed It but the property 01 Alfred J.fctnlg.II law; but the proviaiun for the aate of llqourIn Y 4i ;:kr : ,"
"Joe." Didn't Tout We have a { BeKtaningatthenweomer of the eonthK these ordinance* ball be the same a* tnoe ofai ,
of Mctiu* a, town given In the State law.SW ..e"asaateleelI Dealer In GeneralMelbourne '.' ., ..!"
1 which we keep in remembrance of the.rl rat seat a
ihlp ,thence ran south ,.*. All dentiiu and lawyer* practicing ; "
o or three happy hours at Lake along the lection Una Eta feet, manor in*, to their vrofeaaioM U the town TlUuviUe eMil :D :erOh.an.c11.s :i; :
Inlet on a hot August day. We the*w comer of the south Hubert B. lalg; pays Ucenae tax of irive Dollar Au pines ,
back thence eart along the line of Robert. or pennua or aria thai shall carry on or eonduetthe 40.08 Flo. '- : ;" .
look la
i "ten years" from now of f the of _.... a.A v7
Kialg,a dlataace 1>> eet to ne earns tmalaea*or prot above nwotluaed la C 51 '' t
1 think of It all with pleasure.i lot 15 of Bobbin*. Graham', addition; thence this vrdlnanee without Ant obtaining a lloonatherefor a ttaby.hma.5yw.r 1 r' h
ae,on a erred line, parallel to the rallrnadtrack .ahall.s pom eoarictiom itanbned by ;; :
,now beta, located andeonatmcled by the a ties 01 not lee than the aumuito/UM lloeniereqolnd. ) :
Chicago mau'lldea, described In I,T. **. K.W.R K. Co. which track aba .for each offeaae.Sac. f irLDl115fAIfd17L 1b Hats Shoes Clothing DryQGood$
I Star of August 20th, of digging the be a carve with a radio of 41*feet to the north a. ..A.11..uaa4 parts of ordinance ,. tan ,
eepect hole la the ground on record, line of sail Robert 8. Etnig land; thence west laardfuaee eontlct with th* ") r.u,.I..w.W .
t.! the of beglnaiag. TIle but deeeribed are hereby repealed. flhserdttuao. M. W..r.s a... J1 Just Arrived Splendid Good, x
place but r
r tea mile deep, instead of trying to .. .... .. ,?
parcel of had baUg the property of Robert H.binig. shall go into effect lmniedtillr tig *pAtuets .
Ud something lofty .., undoubtedly, ,..,....by the MayOI'. hMe4..Lqu&S1t1a;..,.. i iwwraa.. a .g :a !1 OILS PAINTS, nARDWAREvLEAD-
i of the brightest idea ia regard to ..A.J.nDrnI" J. W.Run ..*. B.H.IUV.
.... fa..i 'n M. W. ALtCOKft.MMMT. "'
GoardUa of said Minor 7. Uerk. ffBtSr.W0118 GRAnr.r-
thing wonderful for the Pair. Chi- llosws.* Oa..uu.. Approved ItpM Jlln un. .. VuUaftae.K t I sit !: Of !* fullU"OI"eV'fJhiDg. ; '

>people always do "get there aO the fluUcltonfvrnUtkiaer. r.t ..IL WiLaOir, Mayor Is- ? call and,examine, ;' n ;

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all comers, but i* in a posttton to assume THE WIDE WORLD.. ,I action adopted.of the conference:The platform held endorses at Cincinnati the-' $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN $65

ALLIANCE TALKS. the aggressive; tnd as far at Callahaa wlth'Snver.plated naeh Rail. Seat
last. -
on May Is It possible a -
is conctrnbd. when they are Bands Shaft Ttpe. for above! price?
kicked they will certainly kick back, no GENERAL TELEGRAPHICAND I The Pennsylvania: prohibition state song ," .Rall, Handte.. Hub. ym

NEWS OF, THE ORDER FROM matter who i* the kirkee. and the/ are I ventlon met at Uarrisonbunr, Wednesday, r a (')
now strong enough and in'a position to CABLE CULLINGS r ; and adopted a platform ,(nominated n m i P
ALL SECTIONS. W. W. Hague wad u do some vigorous kicking on their own planks. i S
> CLEAN CLEAN'O
acc..unt In the future, if the chronic I 'for auditor general, and George Draytonfor I > JDCLEAN m
kickers at the Alliance do not wish to Of Brief Items of Interest From j state treasurer. The first five and 7m O
Items of Interest to Alliance
Mir planks of the platformare o CLEANu 'It -
get their feather ruffled they had better Various Sources. devoted z ar
men Everywhere. 1 stand from under. Under these circumstances to phase of the liqu >r quition. s Z G
The remainder touch Inbor, k
upon w >
the Alliance will prove themselves Right Hon. Cecil Raikes, postmaster naturalization education civil 4 0' .'It
nfferage
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to be a full team and <
THCTIROIinA ALLIAXCZ. a granger general of Great Britain, died Monday.
service taxation monopolies and I and impartial tor
i
dog under the Babe.
The Virginia State alliance contention wagon.. Charleston Ark., wa visited Tuesday denunciation of the democratic h E a z b 0-.

m t ia Richmond few day go and by a $90,000 fire. The courthouse and 'l I and republican parties.A z 0 .r
Carolina
enaoNed in fit eotirtey the pUnk of the The North State Alliance records'were burned.. I I Fall River dispatch of Monday, says: 0h (') Z (') 0

Ocala platform which .aYI: "That the made changes in its officers, continuing The trial trips of the United States production of cloth\ Ht this cet.tcr. a 0 ill ,, > Z n
government shall establish sub-tr"uurie" In office only the State businets agent and I has been curtailed rt Tine :u
ships Bennington and Concord have been 20,000 picas < W J m.9 m: m g
or depositories, In the several states.etc." and secretary. Under the con'stitetion reported as successful. the past two weeks owini/ to.Ihe scn"'ity -

The convention also adopted this amend the Marion is. ineligible for a Up to Wednesday morning atxty-two of weaver who are will nit to work.Many.operative Write for our New 80 page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicle
went "And farther demand that our bird term. Butler, of Sampson AddreoaSOUTHERN
: wo bodies had wh-i have been (10;' K
been recovered from the ruinsin
in the United State county wa elected president; T. ALong .
representatives Park New York. very well In the mater of wairr liirn| BUGGY CO.
congrets be given to understand that of Buncombe, vice-president; J. place, the past two are lnylnir t IT, nod
unless they can agree to these demands '8. Dtll, of Clay, l lecturer, and the executive Collections of internal revenue for July' help to fill their years place cannot )I'e t-li'ni-i-; CINCINNATI .. .. ... OHIO U. S. A..

they must gin us something better or as committee unchanged. Delegate were $141,880,411 an increase of ed. Although the price for cloth U nne-
to the next Grand Council fD.. Alex. $1,829,041 at compared with collections
The commitee de- :
good. on legislative
I ,. .eighth of a rent lower than <<<*v< r kr.oi.
mends recommend the reaffirmation of the ander. Elias Cow, Vf. R. Llndiey and W. of 1890.
I previous to tho present Lyncbburg demands; also recommendthe L. WlllUms, A number of resolutions President John Fitzgerald of the Irish is little demand fur Plots| nt any figure QD :
appointment of a legislative commit. of much importance were passed and several I national league of America, bas issued an ,

tee 01 fire to consider and present to the amendment will be made to the I address calling for a meeting at Chicago, '

legislature matters of legislative importance Constitution. A resolution went through I on October 1st and 24.

The committee recommend the recommending a change in the ballot sys Strong earthquake shocks were felt LINTLESS COTTON. es

passage of a law to insure full listing tem. This demands that North Caroli- Saturday at Verona, Bologna, Tregnano, -- 'ssilllib

of .bonds, notes, etc., by requiringthem na's next legislature past a secret ballot Bellano. Modena and Parma, Italy. No A New Discovery Which Prom ; flk IIt

to bear commissioner's stamp or low with a provision so arranged. aa Dot loss of fife i* reported. <, ises Wonders.II. ,, IflilfslefflitlliBBliOEEj ;
be uncollectable of law the to disfranchise illiterate voters.
by process ; Wednesday's dispatches state that an T. Ferguson, a,prominent planter ,
tenure of office act limiting the terms of ,
,
has been reached between the of 8. C. has
agrcemant Spartanburg: county, succeeded '
ArslllcCES
certain accounting and collecting .officers GEORGIA MEET. Lake Erio and \Teetern railroad men and after several years' patient experimenting 8 et t fE68E .a ,
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both state and county to consecu- The Georgia State Alliance held their the officer of that company, and the in producing a new variety of e wr

tire terms; a law giving to pool trustees, annual convention in Atlanta last week. men are returning to work.A hatless cotton, which promise to com

fair compensation; a law retaining for The meeting lasted three days, and during dispatch of Tuesday from Little pletely revolutionize'the production of 2 LARGEST

jnoney the use,derived of tho agricultural from .he fertilizer'department tax. that time *a.vast amount of routine Rock, Ark., reports great damage being cotton *i>ed. Mr. Ferguson has been exhibiting U NSURPA5S p e e tid ei, NG q

Also recommend fur favorable consldcra- business was transacted. done to cotton in Pulaski county by the a stalk of his new variety. It FOR ? &

tion a resolution condemning the fraudof President Livingston was unanimously army woms. The damage already done contain about thirty bolls each completely TONET000H FACTORIES
re-elected as were all of the old boardof filled with .feed
1878 by which silver Is estimated at 20 per cent. large which + IN THE fi '
was sUrrepti officers. The convention declared when ripe, are black, resembling muchin e "* wONQL
The auditors of the Milwau pND
demonetized. IfV1S
'e'' tlouslV The report was received solidly for the Ocala demands and Chicago, the seed of
and recommendations, kee and St. Paul Railroad have appearance
agreed to.. Company
adopted unanimously a large number of sea island cotton. Th teed -.
A resolution was adopted looking to the resolution and measures looking to tho found a shortage of $13,000: on the themselves produce
passage of a law to prohibit trusts benefit of the order books of George 8. Osboro, the elevator ha every year. Mr.
taken much
Ferguson to
pains
throughout the country successful superintendent who suicided.A .. perfect
A more or harmonious meet the variety, and this year he will _
r'.' 'Ing wa never held within the state. cablegram of Sunday from Madrid have em ugh seed to plant the entire "
The Sews Reporttr (Three Rivers, Delegates to the national convention to states that gales and hurricanes are reported tate. The estimated yield 'of average "TEEEE HAUTE NEWPORT.

Mich.) says; "The land currency and be held in Indianapolis next November all along the Spanish coast. Many land with moderate cultivation, is 400

the sub-treasury system of finance has were elected: They are: L. F. Livtngiton vessels have been wrecked on the north bushels to the acre. It is as easily gathered .

shocked the nations bankers ,of New M. L Branch K. P. Bell, A. P. coast, and heavy damage has been done. a* the ordinary cotton, but must be

York and New England out of' their Smith and M. A. Baldwin. A London cablegram of Sunday says: gathered just as the bolls crack, else the

wits Large contributions of money ... The British steamer Denomyer, which seed will drop out. Four hundred bushels

Lave been made by the national bankers Dakota firraUaf, (Huron, 8. D.) says: had on board a consignment of powder, of seed to .the acre la equal to several
and lent down South to be used in cities "No better evidence is desired that the wa* completely shattered by an explosion.She sacks of guano as a fertilizer. And the

where national banks and newspapers Alliance i I. oiDg spltndid work than is was beached at Vigo, where she was cost of raising 400 bushels is nothing in

have a, ,controlling influence. The shown in the fact that the entire partisan burned Her crew was saved. with the cost of commercialfertilizers.
,Southern states have, as compared to the of the is General :Mr. the
pre ss country unitedly engaged A Paris cablegram says: Ferguson says yieldof
Uorth, but a few cities and national in a, war to break it down. It Is O'Brutcheuff, chief of the Russian staff oil is about one-third. more than ordi-

banks through which an overwhelming thoroughly understood by the power erac Sunday. The street, nary seed.

Influence can be arrayed against the behind the throne of party, that the were decorate in his honor, and he re-
farmers.' The Alliance farmers of the success of the principles advocated by ceived a popular ovation. The mayor of

South comprise three.fourth' of the the Farmers' Alliance and industrial organizations the town gave a banquet in his honor PLAYING "JAIL"
Toting population. '1 hey are well
means the destruction of -
The London StandarcTt St Petersburg -
organized in vigilant To and all desperately present political parties, as well as to Rusts correspondent says that: Mr. And Neglected to Release Their
earnest.
the money contributed in the appearances East take from money the power it now possesses Smith, United States minister, Acting "Prisoners." for, -
to rob production. Brethren ba *BJa 2s B SB' |patent applied j
under instructions from Washington H B
Another from
and len to-the cotton States will not dispatch of Monday rohloleo for tholAwyer
pan resist the effort by putting moro zeal in with ministerof ia of the moot convenient measure and btiaineM
interview the This
requested an Ironton 0. The surround. one construction of the body
: mystery
out aa it was expected. When the dalljpress says former on earth. Owing to the
labor. r-"nin e. man or .
of the Bouta: opened fire on the Allianco four the interior to discus the queltilln'of ing: the tragedy of Friday, in which threo 41 it at the/ aame time..., durable, and marktt.ia the hand-
.
Aie(' on the
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agreepi.aae.re lfM "
V of Russian Jews America or Au
to
all at 'one time there was no surprise emigration children bf Mr. and Mrs. ,George Ilamil- GIVEN ON EACH VEHICLE
'or shocking were posted when parties from the South sion1 at Dallas ratified every plank in the say: Cholera broke out on the steamer in which they had been fastened, has 3bs( BUOOY CO. Terre Haute !InTHIS

went East for boodle, with which aa assurance Ocala platform by anmimou vote. The Namchow, which sailed from Singapore been cleared up. Wilber Warwick, a TERRE HAUTE CARRIAOE AND ,
was ) Iron that the Alliance craze election of officer resulted in the reelection with 800 coolies for Pen Bins'market playmate of the Hamilton chtldrenj admitted .

should Be checked, If' not squelched. of Evan Jones president and the and over sixty: of the coolie died
'There need bono fear for the Alliance at endorsement of his administration.: ,AU the disease, and their bodies wero thrown and a boy named Pemberton, togetherwith

:the Booth except it be through; overconfidence anti-sub-trcafcury !,alliancemen were refused into the seo.tA himself, while playing "jail,". C

IP! trusted leaders who are suscep the privilege'of the floor and Philadelphia dispatch *nys: The locked the unfortunate children iu.the SYitaf'
called a meeting of their own. Nearly chest and, being called to shortly RSGN
tibia bf briber influence. Betrayal of men who are on a strike at Cramp' shipyard supper
I confidence 'may notbe a* safe in the all the delegates to the state alliance held a meeting Monday; The strike after, neglecttd to let them out.

South a* it ia here, but there are those convention are for the third party. was talked over, and the men are in earnest R
*
j who will take the chances the Alliance in their expressions of their intention
may rest' atsured.'t The Pike County (Ala.) Alliance has to stay out' It was stated at the meeting Starving Mexicans.

.*. petitioned the State Alliance to put in that fifteen of, the strikers bad secured
ii niOHTKOV-: MOVEMENT. motion some plan for general reduction work in Chester and had left the city.A Widespread and pitiable famine is reported -
...II'over the South of cotton It'' in the state of. Chinaubua, Mexico. -
acreage. of l5'q
The New Orleans Pkayunt says: thinks that 8,000,000 bales of cotton for Panama cablegram Venezuelan: There hat been no rain in many ufor
It is announced that the
"However much reason and argumentmay sections ol the state for two
the South mean "empty corn crib nearly year tOt 5
,
bo op fact to the, sub-treasury poor stock, half paid preacher, illiterate congress has rejected !the reciprocity Cattle are dying by the thousand, and coke,
the United States. It
treaty proposed by
scheme the remains that it U the children and ill, scowling wive" men, women and children are driven to
backbone of the alliance movement. It is r involved a heavy reduction on certain madness by scores from hunger President is the machine that k

all that seriously leparates them from the states duties, amounting to 23 per cent of the Diaz his been appeased: to, and has
The which have held
following customs revenue, while the advantages to used in the Office
democratic If the
party. sub-treasury their annual have declared suspends I the customs duties for that 110 s
plan shouldbe abandoned there wouldbe meetings be derived by Venezuela are comparatively state In order that breadstuff from the CINCINNATI
solidly for the Ocala demands and the ..mall.A V Court-room, and for reporting Shorteot andQuickest.
nothing distinctive for the farmers the
to North Dakota Oregon United States can be gotten to stirring .
around. But it is useless sub-treasury plan cablegram from Rome Italy, ; lectures and
i rally to South Carolina Alabama says people at the least cost sermons. and Pullman Palace
Maryland Ov-mpartment
,
tell tbefarmen' that there King Humbert unveiled a monument to
"are
Vest North Carolina Louisiana Sleeping Can through without change
ao constitutional provisions permitting and Tennessee Virginia, Victor Emanuel at Mondovi, Suuday. While its speed Is greater than any making direct connection

the government to go into ,5. The ceremony was the occasion of loyal ATLANTA MARKETS. other known method, it Is so simple In CENTRAL UNIONOT ||

the business of lending money. Every In the Tennessee &State: Alliance, In accordance demonstrations on the part decree of granting that any intelligent person can gain a DEPOT for Ol LOUIS
know well that the lace. The king signed a
body enough government demand WKKKLT. of and with Through car
with a general throughout CORRECTED speed zoo or more words per min- And tho WEST,
constitution to all evaders of military services
constitution
or uo amnesty
the order of the state, the constitution affects ute, in five or six weeks, without the lines forCHICAGO
This
baa loaned money and guaranteed bonds from the year 1847 to 1872. GrceerlM.
and the
for the boueht of private corporations, wu to amended a* to permit the 40,000 men. I Coffee Bouted-Arbuckle's 2to V 100 fteue aid of an instructor. Circulars and NORTfIWEST.
re-election of President McDowell
as an
The. farmers are at the fore, and they Ire A New York dispatch says: At a *| LeYwrlng't 340. Green-Extra choice testimonials sent to all who mention
evidence the held him vindicated also with through carlines
that Alliance .
choice Uo good IIt l }f;fir 20cj common 0 IT
determined to. do. something for their from the foul aspersion of the special' meeting of Typographical Union iBXet 18(2190.( bon r;-OramiiKied 601 off gnna- this paper. for D ETR
own salvation Their measures are No. 0 'in Clarendon hall, Sunday afternoon loaf white
plutocratic I..tedJ powdcna &Xc cut 6o; / and Points i.d'
crude and will have to ba greatly modified I press.r attended by over eight hundred extra 0 4Xci' yellow extra 0 4o. SyrupN L.T. PIERCE, FAYETTE, OHIO, BUFFALO and the
to wake ,some of. them) practicable, August members was resolved that no member OrlMns choice 4850prime 83%40ct common of
Allinncq car
to thoGnrst of the Only one change
Up \tmiUUon Sole for U. S. and Canada.
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but in the end will under 80(2330.( MoliaiMM-Oenuiue Cuba they accomplish of the union shall hereafter work a
tobacco warehouse at Lynchburg ,Va., JUce-ChoJce Ko good
22jt2 ;
much. They will find In tho democratic baa proved valuable help to the farmer non-union foreman in a newspaper office, ty.ai common 5%il6c imported Japan t(37o. Merl laD, NEW ORLEANS. ,

party much! of the relief they demand. "of that section, saving them about $7,- within the jurisdiction of TypographicalUnion cne.ao1i'scream i $1 thtddN&0 Virginia\ 75c. Jackson, Ylclubur, Point In

and this they will soon dticover. But 000 in the storage and aa'e of over No. 0. _. .. 119 .t eras.. AND THE

they are engaged In a righteous movement 0,000,000 pound of tobacco.! A dispatch of Saturday from Hanover, 12Vi OOt! *paila kln -OOa. i 8o will p -Tallow DIlDo 100 fen UDUS4 THE TRAVELERS TEXAS xvaaiaT.Passengers ,

and 'wo 'Wlah.them all the success N. II. a" : It baa been established beyond 75 IU tS Was 75; turpentine 60 ban, 00 ll.., via this line are afforded u

they deserve" ..' doubt that "Frauk Alm," Is none $aOOJ85j: tallow BO ban OOlbt $3 25d 60 Jacksonville Florida. excellent view of Lookout Mountain and
AT FORTY DEGREES.A Abbott who escaped Candll'ar&tne HWei star 100. U tcbe '
other than GeO' a II. Historic
: 3 00a 8 1Gt, surrounding Scenery.
The Iowa TruiM (Des Moines Iowa 400 $4 00|800: $3 00. 75;UOO 12 73i
) '- from viod or, Vt, state prison S grow (3 75. Bod -Keg*, balk So;do 1 Ib pkgs -
says Under bur wonderful system of Phenomlnal Cold Wave In the about six Tear* ago Warden Oaket and B Wo(CMC*, lIb fiKa. <*o> and %U.to. do,.
finance,-"the mOlt perfect ever devised" Northwest. two superintendents from Windsor positively Ea. CnckenXX Wot XXX butter The Travelers corner Bay and Cedar B. C. RAY, a E. Pass. Agfc, Atlanta -

-tho administration declares U tobo Iowa identified him: u the man .sen 6) tecessary; to avoid contraction: of tho Dispatches .Irom Burlington, cream ij I XX ginger soaps Be;ouruhllU hotel nearest to all railroad station and D. J. MULLANET, Div Pau. Ail,

currency at. a -time whoa more money say that the most phenominal cold wave tenced. Be. CannedCoedy oi.ttrenah milk steamboat landings. Especially adapted Chattanooga.D .

will be needed; to move the crops to fur year prevailed, over southwest Iowa and A movement i I. toward on foot the at extension London mixedVf f
extend its interest bearing obligations U Mouday. It came unexpectedly had Ontario, looking moo $6 007 60; F. W.enters t2 303 00;L.W. rooms, tingle or en suite. Tableas CI CINNATI. O.
a basis for-tho' Issuance of a circulating .a. so sharp that late garden truck of trade with the West India islands, and $1 80; earn ft 003 73( tomatoes 01 753 60. good a* the be. t. Thi hotel wu built,
also a narrow escape!, The mercury fell from the route propottd it via Cleveland, &U potash IS 20. Staroh-rl 4y'0 i lump furnished and operated u a $3.00 a day
neaium.fno aimpio farmers, recognize ninety degro-a in the shade to thirty-five LouUvll'.e: and Nashville railroad to PeD- S-UIH S3 50; ecUalokl S3 ot house rate reduced THE
to $2.00
need of are now
tho plenty of at Pickles ;
money in less than twenty-four ho -ra, and nothing acola. The idea. U to gtt up a liDo r>l plain or mixed pant./100.140; quarts .
time and have day while the service i* better than ever.
harvest proposed a plan and winds and SI 601 80. Fowder-ll Be. keg* S5 wckt'cs ,
for it. Under admlnistra-. but cloudy weather heavy steamers between port Stanliy S300iXet *ia5. ShoUt 70 per Breakfast from 0 to 9; lunch from 11:80to NEW LEVER SAFETY
tin supplying based upon the credit prevented killing fro.U. Crops Cleveland, and thenco to the seaboard by 2:80; dinner from 15:80 to 7 SQ. This

of the nation are the basis of the ia southwest Iowa and adjoining the railroad above named. FI..r. Oral ..< Uemt Is the only hotel In Jacksonville serving
additional circulation these portion of Illinois and Missouriare Indianapolis dispatch tayt: In accordance l"loar'-J'in'' patent SA 35; eeoood patent regular meals! at these hour All other
upon unusually large, and there i* nothingbut M 00 1 extra fooy 15 50 1 tang 14 S3 1 family
bond tho povoroment pays 4, per.cut. rain and an early with the policy derided upon $4 60., Corn-No. % whxe tIN \ mixed file.OU are at least one hour later. Use the
interest, and upon the W per cent. of long continued by tho state board of tax commUsionert -No. mixed 45s i while.< I Knu nut !'rani era' omnibus tho ticket save 23
bank notes based thereon, tho people! pay freeze that can injure them. Farmer banker representing each of |Ue thro proof -o. Hay.-Choice timothy large bales tent each way.BURTON.
are not apprehensive of either. The national state SUO No. timothy, lance MiesSo, ; ch.>k.
all tho classes of bank*- ,
from 0 to 99 cent all of
;
way per .
mercury is now about forty degree above evening ttmelIiy.mall balsa I UK);No.1 umotby.aaiaU K. BARR8.
Wedned
which got to,supply a clan who produce I vate-were arrested bales B5.i No. 3 tlmottiy, await bales 960.Mtslrlsm ,
nothing and 'who. ,render "no 'ea&enlaloMfvlCil zero for refusing to deliver to tho board the 87ot bolted 830. Wheat bran- 10 Proprietor.
to the country. Under the farmer hoar zts Wisconsin. name of their depositor and the mount Wile sekf 850 | small sacks 85o. Cottonseed
plan tho government >would Issue A Milwaukee "\Vl*., dispatch says: to their credit on April let c**>-$1 IU per cwL Steam feed. -*L8i

notes on th, *ame security on which the i The frost Monday night did great damage A dispatch of Monday from llaverbill, per cwt Ol'i&ot-l'eulll-23. Boats experiments: were recently mad .

national bask note rat, to to the tobacco and cranberries Hece- ... Chick Bros,, shoe manufacturers ..... iij.
ultimately In
M. h..1. battalion _
tsys: a of Prussian infantry in InM 'J-L- -
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half of the abeny .
era .
that .
the real dah reports d all their international :&=--1.- -
whoso all .
Jabor depends di ch .
men on
have .
involving rg Clear rib aldea, board T?( 7} priwwit *t Je' rate flI iterto the |. crop la that district U destroyed union help owing to inabilityto bellies Bo. Bagar-cared bums 11130, aaaurding the field of battle. The manner ol The PERFECTION of SIMPLICITY
government which tho government nowpays I| great lots.PATKICC list. The old listexptred7uly Wbtaadaudavsragsi Oahlorlll& Sot UeakfaotUcoo .
arrange a new price IY..1OO/"c...Lrd-IHire leaf efte; leaf 81n&oedOo. training them was as follows Men intended and ECONOMY of POWER.
OD,1ta.boGda., ; lit; since which tilDe unsuccessful tn simulate the wounded lay I
effort have been made to fix down (a the brushwood face downward. NO CIIA-INS. NO OD-.Us.:
,
Cottonwood (fox.) Prodigal says WOOD, a nation: in Bellevue a- new one The firm U milling to Ceeairv-? .... aid remain immovable. The dogs of I
"There la .a tendency among some peopleto i Hospital, .Now )'ork City ia regarded Huf upon tho old prices, but will not grant the Xggs 1.118a. BotimwWestera ereeaery S3* the battalion Went then dispersed to VARIABLE STROKE. onlytwO..Uof
kick at any and! everything tho Alli- by the doctors as .a phenomenon. pay eked for by the workmen goo I choice Ttinasaei a 1020o| othtr crUe bunt for the wounded A Revolving Bearings
> advance around
1t men. ;
4otli
-i toco may favor, mere (on their part) be- kin hat gradually hardened it 1013}{AI. Live ponJtry--H 28a1OD yooM Best Hill Climbing and all
- 1 DUll il, the Alliance who favor or de BOW like a covering of sheet iron pot to The Massachusetts atat central committee chic*-,large 1635o | small 10.15O. breandpoultry .o< n M they discovered a prostrate sol'icr Safety mad.
mind Ir to not hard but U unyielding. lie fail'helpless of the people' party met at JJ<*- -Turkey* > dork*-;caicaM ihry pissed themselves before him
1 I irrespective aa whether or ho status lie cannot too Mond" and elected Utorgo F.Vfashbnrn Irish poiiuM,Mw. 12 50.II 00 per l4>< awl i imrknl' QUill they attracted tho atteo- OA-'T.oo.
demands though won a y
tile maybe good or bad. In tho at
btubaL Boat 4UniBedSIOcilntbeeoniblCkiao. .
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Bw..Ipoutoespre y > ti- ut ll
wen with the litteis
refusiuji
permanentjchairman
past the Alllanco ba taken allot tho move hand or foot The disease is of Boston, Oaiane t*OU per
kick* and.abuse that baa been heaped a w. ono and has been diagnosed as and E. Peril Brown, permanent I bbL uun.ie' S. per ib. Oop s. iCo perU ;u Iraco until tk<.o responded to their H. B. SMITH MACHINE CO.
There U A thorough state organization ( ?Iwe. ,,,,, _
UpoQ hem. sot caring ,to. enter into a ochleroderma or hidebound secretary. -- --- --
dispute aa to the questions a' issue but no known cure for It. Woods U forty- was effected. It was voted- to/ put I UftC4 Towxactr,1D s.,"iii a sass or tars SMITHVILLE
that time ba patacd and tho Alliance U two year of age and a painter by; trade. a state ticket la the field this autumn. I C.tsw tor over tho appeutuioe rf a dro..of wtVt ,
not only prepared bold(ts ova against 1 Uo his boost In the hot>taI MY'OD'tad. After aa extended. debate the platform I Itarket daJL-UUdliaa TMfl. docs which ben alrasvlr attacked oao OIA N. J.



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', were just obliged to take a tand In, for fe.r I" J. ..rr.a .. 1' t
BILLJVRPDlsconnes ofglring offense" they nay, and nmetlrn I't\ DO tJT 'fJmf DAU&tnu. will quire not qu'te aa
they don't et home until midnight, and I "' stop to tell stories l in businesshours hour for roasting; thirty-five minutes fur
muslins aadMbla silks used ia
wish we were all back In the country where The art

Ofon the Unhappy condition we came day from.I. ai Moat big eterr a thing one a of* a these country vacation fashion getting up of pretty rooms their nowadays freshness have s I 'It yon, have place of business be found tollingA large turkey require. three hours of

wheat thre.bing or Sam Jones tabernacle losing Verj I there when wanted. : roasting. '

:i' .of the Rich. meeting, and, to my opinion, th. e long- easily. A lady far removed front professional No man can get rich by sitting round much boll- .
winded frolics are not doing the young fit k* cleaners experimented with I A turkey will not require so "rl

'any good. Irregular boon and lea cream some muslin to see whether they mightbe I stores and saloons. matters. I log. Put it into boiling water. A fowl II D'/ ,4J / \
Never fool In business (>
Only the Foor Can be Truly Happy and cake and canteloup and milk shakes found will require nearly an hour' time for .
that
hare t.hlllD.n churned and we can't washed or not, and semi Have order regularity and tori.Nrisi .
c got up system, boiling an hour and a halt for roasting, .t "
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get Susie up to breakfa-t or home to npper. or the reds, yellows and terra-cottas did also. promptness I r
,,....; fiches destroy.All That Consti- But it seem* to be the family opinion that I fairly well. She says: If any one-likes U Do not meddle with business you know' A goose requires two hours to roast. Th ImaJtest it file fat

': tats True Happiness.Qal maybe am getting I am.antiquated though,and I hare unreasonable heard toms and try they should make a soapy lather with nothing of. Boil it first. In pills, other things being'' 4 waL r,

other paternals say it has been the bangs hot water| when luke warm. thoroughly Do not kick everyone In your path. A green goose will requ're only an hour But with Dr. Pierce PleasantPel-, ,' .

.x nest vacation that ever came over Carters wash and'shake the muslin in it. Rinse More miles can be made in one day by I for roasting. lot, else is eqaaU Theyro
nothing ,
fit Ifacenu" nearly an the Latin IftIIMmbel' villa ana It willllOOn men may be>e over w. will' thank get th our e *chU-vJAJUTQ it quickly in clean water with a little .going steadily, than by Stopping.Pay A duck requires one hour for roasting. the, best not only .became they're

It if the of ode beck dont hare salt ia it then roll ia soft towel as ,
beginning an dren again Country people ; a large you go. Pigeons will roast in half an hour. easiest tale
that Horace wrote nearly two thousand and to be thankful.I his word the smallest, and the to
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such things, they ought and squeeze out the water. Have some nun of honor respects as ''
nan aico. H. wa I"IID DAUng over the dtaemttsfactioa bought a load of fodder to day from Mr. irons iron the material at he does his bond. Quails' woodcocks snlprs and plovers, -but because they do more good;
of mankind ever their lot, their Gilreath, a good contented farmer, and his ready out require fifteen or twenty minutes for '
condition, their occupation, and he wonder little ten-year-old boy came with him and once while wet on the wrong aide, and Help others when you can, but, never They cleanse and regulat4thAllver,

ell why it was that most .Tel''bodylmagln. wu proud to set up on top and drive, and hang it when done near the fire to, complete dye what jou,cannot afford because it is routing. stomach and bowels in 'a igay the'

ed his own cam a bard one, and thU other he wa modest and well behaved Mid ha a drying. The muslin will then be fashionable. Women Who Own Jewel huge,' old. fashioned pill\ dpes '&,
,
better off. Ever since thea his chance make but if he .
people were good to a good man, Learn No necessity' of
tory bat been repeating itself. over and over fired in town he would be smoking cigarettes slightly st'flened but not too much. to'lay no.: bnt it Mrs ,J, 0. Ayer DM a million of dol dream of. Think of trying to regu- 1'1

again It 1* the..maiD the town and conntry. light now. May the Lord help us all to be This applies to the patterned art muslins snapping it out dog-fashion* say lars in pearl alone, Mrs.V, K. Van. lat the system with the.ordinary pill.It's .;

I The humble tenant who rent Ian 1 content with our lot-BILI.ART, in Atlanta not the cheap whole colored ones- firmly and respectfully. dcrbllthw coronet worth ,1300.000. only good for upsetting Jt.}
think he would be happy If he owned It Constitution. Use your owr.brains rather than those richerthan \ '
The farmer who own b.Ie farm would be Btwldp C tiM1a. of others. Mrs J. J. Aftor's jewel box ,was These are mild and gcfltl h:-but ,t

happy he had a few lucre acre that join Learu to think and act for yoursoU. that of Lollia Paullinia. Mr. WiU I thorough and effective, no pain=:red. ,,
Aim. Country people Imagine that the town THE NATIONAL (GAME sxczLLe'r CTTHOD Or SALTTXO BAKS. behind the Hum Aitor'* jewels are said to be worth 'for J laxative :
folk tare no troubles and the townfolks Keep ahead rather than P. griping.One little pellet a. ,
to 000 000. The emeralds of Mrs. O.
Ionic to be rich and lire la/ a The following is an excellent method time -three for a cathartic 'Thu'., erlO
Vft are all looking over the fence Into our New York and Pennsylvania Base for salting hams For three hams mix Huntington are immensely valuable, u Pill known. Sick IIead-
all Liver
her ticher Is this lady best fry;
nabor'i p'Nmland envy their better con b League has disbanded. are rubies. Vastly '
It our nabor bu Ice we want Ice. Tin Chicago Club ha signed Vlo k..,.and together half a peck of salt, half an ounceof He Saw the Point than was Marie do Medici in precious, ache, Bilious Headache, Constipation .

If he has a' carriage we w.nt a carriage. Bhrtver, the battery ot the Milwaukee Club.lUwLoif sal prunella, three ounces of saltpetreand ,stone We read of an hem ss in Eng Indigestion, Bilious Attacks
fiat the truth iah.., the rich nabor la no made four pounds of coarse salt. A received visit the
of the Fittaburgs. has on Droeklynlawler a land of the Rothschild connection whose and derangements of the liver
for he, wants h ,
happier, tog something *
hasent Rot. and so it goes. V..nder.m wont an average more than one hit a game.this Rub the hams well with this, and lay other day from a farmer-looking man, deans are worth 500,000 No ona stomach and bowels are prevented; L'

be any happier in his rix-mlllion-dollar pal.ace season, what U to spare over them. Let them lie who said he would pay f 3 for a little ad knows how much! money Queen Victoriahas relieved and cured.. .,

that.he l. building at Asheville than his Tea New York Clnb aas signed Arthur three days, then hang them up. Take the put into jewelry, but it is a great
humble gardner, who lire In a gottage. Ctarkson to pitch. He i*a brother ot John pickle ia which the hams were, add to it vice."Very well," replied the lawyer ns ho deal.-Jenntii Miller Jlagatlnt.MAHTpenum Put up in sealedvials, -a perfect,
The wrong in building it is that the palace Clarkson, the Boston pitcher. convenient
and to I.m" always
more common salt water enough' pocketed the cash; t'what vest-pocket
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become dead Of the six has seven
capital. course NICHOL of the Boston won
,
hams when in "I Wllllt to borrow from a bank" *are broken down from over fresh and reliajble.
the placed it.maklng faOO
millions were all paid out for labor and arestill consecutive victories from Pittsborg this cover work or household cal't'& Brown Iron Bittrrs ,
In flrcuUtlon, but the money cculJ bare season. and none from the Chtoagos.CAPTAIH it strong enough of the salt to bear up "That's easy enough. Make a note for rebuilds the system, aids digestion, removes They're the cheapest pill yon can' '

been paid eut for s .nethin live more use than. Airsox, of Chicago, is showing an egg. Boil and skim it well, put in thirty or sixty days, and have some responsible excess: of bile anu cures malaria. A for they're guaranteed to givesatlsactiont .
buy
children.1t
house for and
a a family ti in. It would how baseball splendid tonic for women
his colt that he knows to play in endorse
the salting tub and next morning put party
bare built thn laud hous-e for is
a the re
or
poor
sn New York. .Tbtt i. what P.almdy did a*wen u tell how it ought to be played. the hams. Keep them under with "But I'd have to pay it." yon ralne a Rood name In the world, you your money Dr. l
Ewuo ha played ia ten hare turned. s a plan peculiar to
with hill money iu London. Mr. Kluer baslost CAPTAIH only "weights. In take them out ''Certalnl--eertainly. only to make It.
A fortnight I
In Atlanta.I gamee, but he lead. the New York team In without Piorco's medicines .
completed a grand building
"I know how to borrow .
of his of the rub them well with brine money FITS stopped free by PR. HUNK'S: ORATi '
In "glass" liquor
It cost him hnndre thon dollar batting average spite ,
a l but the You for the
asking legal advice protested i good your s
it was wanted and Is already occupied by the arm. hang them up to dtj.-DetroU .>Va* 1 trial pay only
Terminal railroa for o/QJIM./ NIOOLL, the boy pitcher of the Chicago anti client. ."What I want of you it to advise bottle free. Dr. Kline. 931 Arch St., &'1111... Pa. get. Can you ask more ? : .
The house Is not d""al, nor the railroad nine, ha a remarkably effective Incurve me how to beat either the bank or
jither. Rent will accumulate and build which not only deceives the bat mw but the the indorser and come out $200 ahead I" : ,

another house, aad the railroad! will carry us. umpire aa well BOMB MADE UflKOLKTOf. r ; 1.i : .
and our products all over tins On O : .
great; country. RICHARDSON the New York, now ha when I *
I will tell the readers of the FarmkJ battle
There nothing wrung atxnit that. I< Is the record for a single nine inning game on ,ALIT coward cnn fight a .
fair and honorable business If a millionaire second base. He accepted thirteen play Ftr..Ida of my home made llneoleum, he's sure of winning; but give mo I the :

should choose to ipend a million In skyrocket without an error. writes "Constant," although perhaps the man who has pluck to fight when he's I U the most popular remedy, .. .' ..;
just to lee the fun it would be sin.
a DILL DARUHO,who signed with St. Louisa idea is old to The plan is commonin lUre of losing.-O orgt Eliot. '
you. '
Craws other rich I blotches etc.
or ,.
some man once gave a under Cowlske '. for bolls pimples :.. t; ,
feast, and the principal dish win humming taw day ago, wa this neighborhood. Take an old'car.. "
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birds tongues that coat halt a niilllon dollars management with Anson's last season team.MoALiiB and. was for severalyears pet, mend the worn places smoothly and Children EnJoT Because, while it never fails. to : ) '\' \-.''. t s
to get them. That ,c>>. wai a s.n; and it it f
f the follies of the rich that make the pour to and Davis, who guard left and neatly, clean it thoroughly. Move all The pleasant flavor; gentle action and tooth cure' t"i', ,

mad and keep up the strife between capital centre field, respectively for the Cleveland furniture out of the room, tack the car Ing effect of Syrup of Fig,when in need of \ i
And. labor.. A swell fam ly riding 200 yards team work together better than any. other pet smooth and tight on the door. Now It acts gently, :: l
laxative and If the father mother be "
or cosllv.
to church in thousand dollar out ..denln the League. .
.
a earring provokes take paint (priming will do for two ...
bad thoughts a id ripen. the fruit of "kin bilious the most gratifying result builds the <
VBTKRAN QSOROE WRIGHT, the ? of and or I up system .
cevolutlon. Tb. round "How, Coats) paint, endeavoring to fill up \
question t think that the Boston
goes shortstop la hi. day \
-did all that the crevices. Let each coat thoroughly follow its ore, so that It I II the beet family I Increases the '
they get money I never yea .m Association team can outplay any other dry appetite, t:
work any." team in the League or the Association. before putting on the next,one remedy known and every family should han .....
Now if the common people only knew how bottle and improves the general) health; .
little of real happiness was to be found in PITCHM liars, who the Pltteburg1l'aeoured Then take mixed paint and put on the a it. ,

the homes of the rich they would not be en- from twirler.the He Daluth was with dub the Chtoagos I* a left-handed of ground color, of some light drab. When Amoney.mademanlanenallr, I cold and '. instead of substituting one disease n '. .
Tions nor covetouj. There are more close' a part that is dry cut a pattern of soft tin or hard a. the coin that mad him. +' : '
:
last but has slnoe
:ia large homes than small ones, and therefore season' improved remark stiff cardboard is another as Is the case wit, pot: "
ably. (a quilt .block pattern tonic ,
more ske eto a. Ther is a rat's nest LADIT or children who sss
sander ..ery carriage seat and moths la PrrcHBa OLBASOIT, of Philadelphia. aWwy nice and easy to cut); lay the pattern on want building up should take Brown' Iron ash and ';mercury mixtures. t

very seal skin and a prowling thief watchIng feels sore after every defeat, and invariably the painted carpet and paint the openings Hitter It BlliousneeeandUrerCowplalnb, ,
the stiver on every tab e. The devil is want to go In the box: the next in some bright colors.> We used red make Indirection the Blood, rich and Book on Blood and Skin dl......-free t
pure.Do +
asleep in the rich man s parlor for day In order to "get square" with his "
waiting oppo
Co. Atlanta: 0.liLY'S .
The ,
Swift 81el\lio
and You have ,
can always
his children. His Imps follow them to the nents.ZmMIR green. your good deed today and ertl deeds to-

.aloon and the gaming table and the ballroom who ha been back top hi about carpet like new by washing, with milk morrow. '. ';

and the brotheL Not long ago I met a ninety game played by the Cleveland team and warm water. The milk should be ILL. THOMPSON A CO., DruI(; I."*, Cou. CREAM! BAL YI-Clan... tni xu lYa.e.s.
Crfend-a friend of my youth. He bas worked this year i* trying to equal his record of last sweet. We like ours: very much and acrsport. Pa sax Hall's Catarrh Cure( Is the ..,.AllA ys li ales .,.I.I.a.mm.tI..J I....J.tb. rub
hard and made a fortune and Is still year when be caught in 115 consecutive best and only sure cure for catarrh they ever Yony Itestova. Tarte and bm.ll aft" l'ncwIl
working hard for more, and the lines of toil ag roes a foat unequalled in the history of have used it two years., It is 'nice foe, told., Druggist sellltTeo.rYAlwuaaLlalnandMscbineryCn.
sod trouble are set deep. his face. "How baseball. kitchen hall or dining
room.
are;your boy; doln r',said I. Not worth a .. Atlan.ta. ,A I fIL9 .
.d-,"ul4 he. Of course not. They bad TUB latest 'Meal" in baseball la the abandonment Oa. manufacture. Cotton Gins Ireedere
DO Inducement They never heard their ot Cincinnati by the American Association .,Premie*. Cotton-need 011 Mill,Ice
and Ihs substitution of Milwaukee. EJBPDrO: sUTrla. WOd.llee. ShaftJnr/ Puller*.Tanks, Puiurn+,
father talk auythlng but and lvice to o at ensue Sur n e bto
knew that when, .he died money they ,would they get Home of the Cincinnati Club's players wealto For keeping: butter u It is made oa .. 10. Writ.for price anti I dlsoTis. d r alto tM Kottrilt.ot .- t rkry ae.wt.dY

enough Th y were Just waiting. Ann yet Milwaukee. Captain Kelly goes to the the farm there Is no more certain method OOO, uggLU by mall. KLT BK08,6. .
Boston Association Club."HAaaT" .
th r.are poor Jolks wno envy hiliNu" than to keep it immersed in strotag Can You Eat s T ages fu for W.:IN: Da..w
if a poor man; who lives in the eouidBialy WRIGHT' ha* some unique Idea rut
country fer r"(-. la 'yo.r ,,!.ea '" Oil, "
,
know,and lealixa the security that his about handling his pitcher H* make alt brine. Make the butter into solid rolls Sealer I* ..f.. ff e. ..... Non ,
poverty-and' his location gives to his chil of them put the ball over the plate and Inveighs of about two pound each, and 'wrap irony. wMa.t+..., and wlitoul aMm* dentwrdr *M...", ...) f.< them DFrlTUTL' _' 'it #ter" '
dren.,the M the temptation against bases on 'bail*. He insist each roll of thin ,tt act ... reoosanwod to you JI o4'I Bar I4T-TAKB JCO. ..*| .
ritYthapfoaa in a piece cloth that hat
that lurk and due, the upon speed' and makes a particular point ......., .... wales s pod app.tl,,and at tile
devilish snares that beset zoo'e'y ant destroy about watching base runner been wet in brine. The solo use of the SSM .....se tavlforeies Ike stomach and bowels r .

the peace and happiness of vita members, h* STATISTICS of the field work done by the i cloths is to keep the butter from sticking -.&.h*food I*(*op...ls dlcseted and all Its_nits t

would thank God for his good fortune. ,The League players In the various. position up together and disfiguring the rolls when ...8onae4K -
law of compensation coma into every situation to recent date bow that Buckley, of New ever one Is taking out. Pack the rolls aav. tees "",1 ,Iwo boettlM of Howl's son .
la life. A good man will not murmur tort lead the catchers ... .
tUilly, of Cincinnati spMrflla for .a-1IId aa.p 8tJ. Wise (reel
art his poverty. The nun wjro bring me the first baseman; McPbee, of ClneUxnati in well-glazed stoneware jars (new oak (.......wit say thai think; tt has don me much ..,"ff
wood haul it six: mile HI capital stock b ,the second basemen; Eassett of New tubs would be even bettor), and keep seed eraser t ar sow able to HI Uk.a ......" J.
tls lot of poor land his mule and plow a York third basemen; Qlassoock of Hew entirely covered with strpng brine. O..Cmnanu, ""'Ia"1" Xoanotiih vet I
wagon and yoke of steers, his ax and hit York, shortstops MoAleer of Cleveland ..
; ..
Strain the brine to take :\raearoasskltft
ail
out the ,
strong orm. Hi children are being raised left fielder*; Onfflo, of Brooklyn, centre- specks TORN /09 #
to work for b* sea them a good example fielders; Thompson, of Philadelphia, right- before applying it and keep the teasels Hood's Sareapirlll' '

,He comet with a cheerful smile, and If the fielders, and Rusle, ollC." York, the pltob covered and in u cool a place as Q i ,"*!
rain catches hjm hs makes no complaint er*. you DI.1 ke sa4.... *? bur say .( .. Insist apes .
Be ha a cow and same hogs and his wife have. and if the butter Seaweed when ........ *r ,. .-aaoO-Uae DolUr. WHY I H ,
raise chickens and sell egg and applet and packed it will remain palatable a long :

gatoes That man is a good rft can and THE LABOR WORLD. time. Th. brine 1s not only a preservative W., L. DOUCLASe t
Jus children are hknly! to be. H i ha no ease ;
in court and doe not complain U drawn on in itself, but keeping the buttes. Ln.I "German.Syrup" ''83' HOE'Nfpl. ,

the jury or summoned to won k t>a the road. III'DI..IUPOLII talks of a labor hall. I merited in. the liquid is the easiest and .ADOPT BMOAOXMIKT: HINDI W* d.*lr* to TIlE BUT 8HO. II THI =lee i'ii ,

That family enjoy heir food and their rest, Njrw YORK ha 60,000 night worker bat practical method for excluding: : the make an annuunueuient. II .Is a wamlM*(ho*, with no took* was!
and when bnnday coma they the We keep ''arlr..rtm.n' of these Indispensable te made fit UM fct asi..4roesmalppg nff.
country church and listen to unpretending the Tea flint glass workers buellOOooo.: air, which otherwise would soon piuse articles In stock,either with or with- aaa seasad, toai'M MM .or* :.itosi .

counsel ot the man of God and go home NEW.YORK ha* an Italian n1oak.makeranion. ** it to become rancid. The rolls ne .J not rat the; correct pracloui thing*ton and s. We at price can furnish that will yon makemgairvnuntu Just r. : >from mtumflutmnr Hat la S JM.Kli U.eqfMl, '

thankful to their Hrarsnly Father for H s all be put ia at the same time, provided a comparatively tuespenslrenxgrr. : ; : :

goodness This is the picture. C or a poet draw a better reel Indeed cent a day.TH merged and there Bro.. 47 WhllehallbU Atlanta,Oa.. lend for 4..e eswttleq:. ; bkq, ,,,
taes are the picture. that painters and poet is no danger of the rata mm. ,c 4 K.=
Union ,
English Trades ha ;cv
lovetodraw. Tom Moore Midi 700,000 members. Congress butter becoming too soft front this pro- O. Gloger, Druggist, Watertown, t. .... .. .:n....._" i _:

.X knew ty the smoke that so g aceful'y curl Naw Tonic union laundry worker want cess.-Ntw York World. Wis. This is the opinion of A man X LYE s.3.l.I"..r II.. .'IIIg fy. .f

the Chinese boycotted. who keeps a drug store sells all LEWIS'98 .mm.1.. ,a",oc4b'fu'".s.lI ......y, t.... IoOIeI"atyya. i
:Above the green elm that a cottage was medicines .) 11-...... 0..pair p_.. '
ONLY In four In LonJon Rxenra,. comes in direct contact .. .
near", one person earn e Gtft 08. .". so Deep..'i ? _.. atOaA
Aad I said. "If there' peace to be found In more than W per week. String Beans-Break in pieces, re with the patients and their families, b'CotII1U.ndptl"c Make the best perfumed Lyemad Hard .iZJA...... Ib.O.bJ' ,'_1or....,&.1......_.._.aM- ;'

the worldA New Y08teilltter-carr1an to be retired move the strings and wash la ice and I knows better than: anyone else 1 Soap In 90 minute..,WCNlbo''* .2.weasad .t.O H'..r r. '. 't i
heart tint half after waberi'put are *wy >* u e71rlto waV''
humble, _"Joe.
was on pay twenty *
It here. might hope for year oa to boil in salt water. Vhen ten. how remedies sell, and what true ing. It U the beat for softening "*-. five Ib-m .::r will I WMT! Ma7 .,
iSSarJKZ
A Sun convection of vj.oo !
waste tun
water cleansing pipe rinvA' *< *
typographical
Gray wrote 'liz elegy in memory of the unions Is to be held at Syracuse Y( on der, drain, put in hot water, -sprinkle merit they have. lie hears of all a disinfecting( will doae"",wa.a. M.Vr>Mrlu lJw'pr, ..\thi''(?BCT-MJOsMUZM.*wy**.... .. i iS.*>. sl* I, a

.tuimbl cottazen and Burn1 best poem was October e. with pepper and poor over melted but the failures and successes, and can ,lug UilUvs paints, tree.., eta. I. UnHlMO iit.OO lUnafnTdui* ke *,
To Cotter's Saturday Night"Samuel Tea co-operative foundry at Somerset, ter. therefore judge :, "I know of no PENNA. SALT MFQ. CO., .WUKirtxl- *4MM csote.; "*.7wnUlg ta MJ&SCyfSX. .a Ke'

Cut Bo jers was rich, but the wish of ]four*...year. ha failed after au existence of twenty- Stewed Oymlings( -Peel and cut up medicine for Coughs, Sore Throat, ,j <,.*'*. Az-nts.Pulla..l's. /MkwMKraMMVM r.i; t. > 3-*<.*MlWf ff.iSpZi>* .. ...mt.n, '+* tr

heart was VISSOCTBI young, tender cvmhngs and remove the or Hoarseness that had done such ef. SMITH'S WORM OIL ('..ii*..-*M ihi w.... .trtHRM..
Ilia be a cot beside the bill. employers are obeetrlaj the geare win-De4 oil lha ..01....S:
law compttUioK the of seeds. Put in a with lit- fective work iii w.Ll>oUoi,4aBi.10;
And Goldsmith-poor payment wage every sauce-pern very my 1* lad >*le'1l- the tint Quickest, art ..
Goldsmith-paid tribute, miserable to the delightful bnmble two week*. tie water and cook Under; drain, mask, Cough: family ni Boschee's Meet llellahle. Wer*> Metflelee ..1..

peasantry of England whin h* wrote: Teals are at present over 19W paper la season with( cream, :butter, pepper and. Throat.German Syrup. .AT".... OA" v... S, 1877. $ REWARD I
this county devoted to the Labor and the Sort ., called t& fees nights .1008 J gave lit,au"00",1.of !
Hi brat companions oanaand health, farmers' loovement.Tn salt. Return to thrsauce-pan and cook winter, & lady Warm 011.and tb. uu)der I..JItIIHd I' large
And Us test riches-ignorance of wtaUh. very low, won,.. .U thesauna CIr... gave o"e d... Cum I'1 .
The reoeipU oa the attest aria New t Hoarseness at my store,who wis IIn ..Irl. four 'eara old. and sbs JI.....d eeA1 WWSTHB t 'r
average farmer's life make nodi* York City average about f3Q day, while Boiled Cauliflower Pick from IIIhrot'lD" Irma 4 w 11 itwh.. r
quay io the world, and it was never Intendedthat th*actual coat ill about to. per off the cute suffering a very W.Ion y.t, Pmixir. 6 N'T .liTe 1I _.. ....
it should. A man ha done hi*duty leaves and break apart; soak la cold severe cold. She could hardly talk, Sold t 'oA Gk'.A=I II.
when h has filled hi. MUNICIPAL market w her*meat U for sale water for Everywhere flu) Cont_. Mrr..rUrIIweir
was ca..aq.* t-aant m tIt..tlnta out_ ooauHware.one e.n.ta.r to. at oust to the citisoo having pall ap their twenty minutest put U ket. and I told her about German Syrup I. .a M. -42T o.t.i....,

Uiltoa. one Goldsmith. There was boson taxes for the rear hare been established< alKaa tie of boiling water, add&eupoonflll of ,and that a few doses would give relief --TilE NEW :METHOD W/aatn. ..."11'banhaa .

Bonaparte, and that was one too many. Cristobal and Tree Eqninas, Argentine salt and boil briskly natal the stalks are ; but she had no confidence: in ;;::;;4. I -...
low ALL ;;;.., .
.
I book KepubUcvTH tender. drsp .t, des
was perusing a on English authors, When done, take up and serve patent medicines. I told her to takes btu,. ..knfI, d.. .. "..., .r4....... CHEAPEST
and was surprised ta find how few of them Brotherhood ..
> UcbInMsoomprilng with the boiled ham. .d rev .awrbl.I '-
lived to a good old age A life II branch la rittaborg and Beaver tails bottle, and if the results were not __.!ala. .. ... ...H."r.1 COTTONtiriHArandWWskeyHW.si '
short in though tome of them Common Mustard One caa.glllarod' .. Less II,. 4
years
long Fnoa. Yoangstown Ohio,hare amalgs tablespoonful satisfactory I would make no charge r....
la great work Brain work i* not healthy mate,1 with International Association of of ground mustard. One teaspoonful of for it. A few Oe.nah esa:,. II, y.L.11.: j ..., :P R: IB/jtJBll>!!
work when compared with the outdoor oo- ..Hachinieta.01Tl' days after she called .. ,.. "en I.r. as..a1N.e.hk .
copaUou and slsaple, temperate habit of of sugar, one salUpoonfnl of salt. Mix the and paid for it, saying that she I .. _._.ppl_ e._ ._. 1 10_Dr..w.J'J'4.T, .... r,,r'dian; ata4
1145 strikes In last .-
-
KnglanJ h ..
salt .
the farmers. Bhakespear died at year sugar and mustard together and srbe ad rre.llxUY .
fifty-two; in which SW.WO people took part 474 weresaroawfut would never be without it jn future um ft. "11..1 r......t-------

flrtjr-flve Addison;flftr-three Pope fifty; Bteele.six:; Gibbon fifty four, alt.r.; Gray..."-, :307 were failure and nlnetr-fOOP ally then pour stir It oa with some horn boiling water gtr.4u. few dress bad eivfii her relief.f' I 18%*Capital t MiMlttfAplAtlJ aS taaaM. :4 undecided. The a knife till u '
-: iekel1l, fifty-eight; Macaulay, fifty. were average duration of or it is j_r... rev 18e pet!.. _A4IMUM a4w. .u.DeJlIJOO.
nine:Chart Lamb sixty: ;-Soot t. sixty: oca; strike was eighteen day quite smooth Some like it quite thick, .'u.d...... .a..leeet.. W"M'. _"'"' '- j'.p '
Coleridge, sixty two: Bacon, sixty-three; AT the&b1rt.athcr-of the New' Jersey others prefer it so thin as to run oa the Tuff's'Pills Ito....; to ra ..N. nwata MawmraySta eatd awtertn. t..Wl.esn. cured at boia*), iiblo
CoIl1IiI. o tl''oor: Milton sixty.l>e; ArAoldsiXty. Federation U Trades, DeULiator.ona plate. ..In. wetwtwaadar.e..w.ew..b"atoen DEll! '>>aiD.Hoe o'Ucolarsat
.
resolution to the we as SMfCM Ul .... STB 1'
.Xi: Pork, sixty seven; bout her, petition Legislature to appropriate Der, .1< Jat .. ti
_
tixty>fehi and Bulwer, slxty-aia Tha aa additional SJCUU per year to tt* Cookies-Two cups of sugar beaten to a.r....dy.p.ot.. .. M* what**** heas dlapaw.-..-.....,waato" *_. WI& oUe..1II4 r. .. usrw B.W.WOOLLlY J..b: !
time .*.Goldsmith and Barns and ByroaeutThark fctate. Labor bill for the purpose of Mcoriagmore a cream with one. of butter add tw ww... They ee..e Sly toad ......I I.... '
rsy and Hood vaoaev.r reach definite Utistica, sad various nenmm.odation well-beaten and end -.w. 1M body, ..... ....-u... .... TOBACCO'HIU.
.4 their aftwta year. I penned down thirty were adopted.machlnne. eggs three-fourths of scup DEVELOP FLESH.. "RED EYE" KANSAS FARMS :. :
eonMcvtive'names of autebl and dYoonwoxlwe caused of sweet milk; flavor to taste; two ..!1.IlIJUtfN.' ... "
writes. bare '""' :: am.d .
P.uw.ar.rl.atW 't:
their would aa.rage ha.. age w** eft,-.fz: year H twenty-six fatal accident la Ohio last year teaspoonfuls of baking powder ana sufficieat Offlc. II 41 Park Place, New York. itr
a1an>ed me if 1 bad wnttelt'8IJtlal..C walls ISU parson were disabled by machines sifted flour to make soft I .. r. '1'...... .. 311164.atuuraotvu. zrlr. TAVLO@ 1
a N at
'
dough) I 'a Iila I..a.N.Ce a. Tf U:,..
that was any account but eoiwiJertng causing a total kMof : roll thin and sift I LL..fI1.'&' : UIlAAY. _... II a--. .xere.ns...........:1'tW1t..IIMt 'Vi; I
a all thing I wig risk ft a little longer. The report of the State PectarryeInpectoreeys sugar over before bak tJ.L& UJ"..&LI.q ...., _
U a mesa caa keep calm e.t se eua. and that wood-working machine are more ing; bake ia a quick; ovea. These should I -. a 1-, aI. aredr i4HOME 1

has work a good constitution tune be 0111 do literary daazerou to Ufa and Utab of workmen then be very crisp and nice. I v D fl Booc........ ......; 0 s4tr.e
a long but there
; are a be MOl any other mactiineK.TniJTlC41 "
little troutiU* _ads,*. I see a book .1'" Baked Cabbage. >>U a cabbage until T.awarar;...'n n ea l l.. ';arwlera.:::
otciag a > the walk right now sad I hare eompansDos of the form show of that wage tender; drain ...U.; whey cold drain a "aa,'. 4+llae. car a... et,b..b, .. r. ilhnghll.Mle. pR00m'mended YhN.N
are independent gorerasjunL
to patience fortify aad nnself against' him ate and attic luten.eech with Mexico a BtvoUie, Malta and Ceylon.. ndtr second tints; then remove the outside ,i PENSIO-N. ff p.n"on. ,; : Chlldna /S.Ihoul"4 0 1 tloal, alru gglstsr '
*
,
book UnUah Algiers anti Tunis Vreaoadepeodeaciea. leaves and the heart and
rule ,
.... then leek a* hie b*cuurteuos, chop floe; nMf \Ct. M
eve thea. make ay little *pch and M himnl pay *BM thaa Rossla or Spain.. well with large tablespooaial of butter, I fltYJ.Jtu : oTAwT

would like: to bar aU thai books but The Aaglo-Hasaa pay more sun. tae Otfsaaa. > beaten mustard .... -- w_ _...
Apt. there It the ebon: rook' the Germaa snore taaa the fatla taeLatia salt and tesspooaJul). SIw '
worry and : :: : :
to taste
the tamale and tae ttemitio
than pepper
snore a
wed company, aDd the evi/Uuiag frolics U teaeupfal .... ... DifMaari.lafnw'
... ....
the peopl for son taaa the Malay wed Mongol ie a. The of cream; mix thoroughly sad bake..
TOUr they are guag all the
tt- sad.*.,. raw away with the town, highest average. wage are paid la tae Aaatrmaaa > til brawn ia a buttered padding dish. POUI ''JRV IDOl! :&-t &' T I TTON 1si'Ius 1ty.11
There bars bur eoloatai...aad the aieaeet ia the Uaiwd "' '
a day or eight, except New hot Sa tM disk U II b 1411Cta J
ooaday. la five wulu that there w.sen. .........Baa ..t4 Sa. .. ,. tl





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rite Sisal Hemp Plant in Florida Melbourne.., :'"'.' ," ,:,'C'Y '''..ft',..' 2i COB OLO't'ar:: : 1 G !


1 jwtaate From the-Qorcrnmmit Report, \ I ,. OQCD $ ., : SaOES: SaOEJS !t''
The weather Is simply delightful. .a
tit Chan. K. 1)odge, Special A* nl. J fe BVrf rI1-
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Fine showers Friday; Saturday and CJ- .g,. ti =a o Every Pair Guaranteed. '

(Continued from last week.) Sunday. .., a az: 5w Stock most complete, and prices most reasonable for quality of oodll. Also t
4 4g .." C'tO w I:"'" complete line of IIOSIERY, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
visited lands In this vicinity are being ,'II ,
The most Interesting tract along Pineapple :: It' .4 t' i-3 '
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lids portion or the coast was found on rapidly taken up by parties who will a''e.so..: .rn,.,. .CD a, lv Co ;"_ ;, lJ} :z: % m .c_... + U>> HDA.TS Awn O.AJPS. 4 *

the mint about a mile below the railroad: become producers. J': ," '
station and wharf 'at Jupiter. Here I Mr. 8. F. Oibbs had 60,000 slips planted S2 [ C'tO i t-4 111 h Q'y M .
S :: IH I I
found a thicket of these agaves*, both last week,'on Mr. Ingraham's place. ., gj (#. .... 0 ::- .... c::>
the 'smooth and opined varletlus, many Mr. Thurston also set out about 30,000. rA tj O' (j cO 20 Per Cent off Straw Hats,
*,f the plant having shot up their f'I! 1 .(.iI. i ,""-..... g To
"poles or flower stalks, which were Several Vessels have gone for another o '8 Q. : 1p i .... t; ,Close them Outs\
Covered with blossoms and young plants. cargo of slips. The Queen, Cygnus and J'B ro CO 8., coCO toof

*'Mr John Clcmlnson has a small plantation Manatee pore bound,for the Bahamas, we == .',. .... (e):' '" t" ETC
not far from this tract, and a mile hear. is. 1:1'CJ '=-= {} =a >1 .
or two above Jupiter I visited, with Mr. Messrs. Cv It. Stewart, L. P. Ely and
John which Grant were,In a a nursery flourishing of small'condition.plants, I from Frank. trip Stranahan to the lower returned river. Thursday They en- e-i 1" It 5, a a s. '_ iTa hf tIJ Ii ,-sa r-' .. t:, S; g "More Value for a $ than Any Other Honse in the State"

At Juno, about ten mile further countered no mosquitoes.The a' c 6' "'7 llJ iN bL g
'" c:: e
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south, at the head of Lake Worth, I C .
!} gs, J. P. TURNER
H &
found another fine nursery of perhaps sale of the McAllister homestead I" 1:1I C 'snc' o >- tJ COGroceries
100 000 plants, the property of Mr. A. M.Fields on the east side, to Mr. Vlvelle, will addanother r+ i () ", ::z: Z Qo e:
who Is quite enthusiastic on the to the numerous pineapple plantations : Y2 1
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S
ubject. Fully 60 per cent. of his plantsare near Melbourne.The fS II Oq g' OQ-. lfl '"a CIJ. ) 1_, E. L. :ee.. ..:C
M
not titnlnna, however, but a a J
: Agnve
old house In the Carleton (
tJJ
species which was subsequently met would hardly be recognized, since grove its E:: C c 8' :r C"-2 llJ Ii tai p .y I
the east and c' ""'"3 J Grain Garden Seed
with at many point along renovation, and adds greatly to the appearance ... i IiIf, 0 wa : : Hay Fertilizer.
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west coasts, as well as on the Keysdoubtless of that beautiful spot. "' ;;: 0 ..,' =:I ,'I' bJ i ,
Ag ave Mexican,to which more = .... r=:a. I 2l ,
8 ; J: b I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
extended; reference will be made later on. The water In the river has not been so ', { sin J
The BIscayne Bay region Is undoubtedly low as it was last week in many years. t gor m :
the most favorable locality for sisal Two years ago it was lower here for a alsa And Food ProductsOf
hemp cultivation. I found tho plant few hours, but last week, and for nearlya r; J H /
growing here and there along the Miami week the water was very low. I "" All Kinds. Also My Stock of
1.
ij- C7 ..
In though only in scattered ...... : CD
river, perfection Many truck growers have had eggplants GOQ' Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
patches of a few Individual And ready to set for some time past, I ,
from Miami down the coast to Cocoanut and are now busy as bees. One gentleman .... Ground Food and Wheat.I .
Grove tucy appeared more or less cleared $100 on 1,000 egg plants am the only 'house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above line of
abundantly. At Addlson's Landing, last year, and Is now planting 6,000 for Ooods. 'I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
near Cutler. I found myself on the 1'er- this winter's your patronage. Very truly
crop.. '
rine grant, Addison Informed JAMES HOLMES, President. m.: I,. :EJa.A.DY.: :
mo that tho pants were chiefly grow Mr. F. house returned last week to BREYARD COUNTY ---- --'-
ing on his own section. He estimatesthe his homestead at Averlll, from a vacation ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary.
number of old plants at about 15,000, trip 'to his old home at Syracuse, N. Y. GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM

growing without cultivation, and states lIe was accompanied by a friend, a Mr. STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER Attorney-at-Law. AttorneyatLaw.Members .
that these have descended from the com Miller, of Syracuse, who Is much pleased of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.
paratively few plants which were on the with this country and climate. %

place land.25 years ago,when he first. occupiedthe Messrs.among John the fortunate Henry and onus F. P.who Hasslerare have COCOA, FLORIDA, REAL ESTATE Robbins & Graham

I sailed southward
From this point ,
been able to secure nearly all the slips 1880.CAPITAL .
of interest Incorporated
but found nothing particular
until Upper Motocombe Key was reached, needed.that From present indications will bo able appears EXCHANGE '
where some of the most superb plants to get their many full quota.planters: pot I : LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE.
,
observed on the trip were seen. In one Paid Up, $25OOO.
thicket to which It was almost Impossible Mr. S. F. Glbbs' residence Is nearly
COCOA Indian River FLA.
to obtain access, save it the expenseof completed and tbe grounds are enclosed Authorized.. $1OOOOO. We have For Sale a Large List of Carefully Selected Indian
and lacerated flesh with picket the work'of --
torn clothing magnificent a fence; fillingup .
plants were seen, whore tho tips the low ground still goes on. Neigh- ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. River
of the leaves were two feet above a man's bor Glbbs will soon have one of the most Honey to Loan at Lowest Rates. Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and Properties

head.Indian Key, where Dr. Perrine lost his I desirable places here. DIRECTORS: Exchanged. Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Line"
We believe the sale of Cocoanut Point
life, lies just below, and beyond it Is: G.. S. IIARDEE, President. Canal and Transportation Co.C2x4 .
and tract of about 73 W. N.
a acres, by
All will be
Lower Metccombo. Other keys of the I JAMES HOLMES, Vice-Prcfitdent. $y "Inquiries promptlyand
Camp to Mrs: N. E, Carter, was not reported answered. Fire Insurance : ]LPiIlTDS.Florida .
group are LlgnuU Vita, Shell Key, and R. B. HOLMES, Cashier. reliably I
same lesser ones, upon all of which the the ADVOCATE.in the last Near Melbourne tho above items in ALBERT A. TAYLOB, J., M. SANDERS, written In standard companies at lowest Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway Company
true sisal hemp plants are found in an J. F. WOOTEN rates. Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co., '
equally desirable piece of pineapple land ,
abundance. A rough estimate of and other Low Priced Lands.
very be had Box 0 Mel
can by addressing
the old plants in this group of keys bourne, Flo. Money: 10; Loan A1"OV>.Ys on, Hr>Lnd.l: I
'would be a hundred'thousand, thoughIn '
At Ten and Twelve per cent, in sums to uit.
the estimate I have relied Last Wednesday morning fourteen
making of the Intel and small boats Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
largely upon the statements ailing craft numerous
ligent Bahamians living upon them. were In Crane crook, for,a harbor from The Clyde Steamship Co. Address, p._o. box 108, Titusville la.ED _
Leaving this group of Key, the agaves the gale which did not arrive. Wo see

crow scarcer, until they are found abun- that a moderate gale and a deluge of Wd .1 D STILIN"G-
dantly again on Key West, Boca Chlca rain passed over the territory between .,

Key, and Stock Island. Daytona and Palatka that evening; no e Cocoa Indian River Florida .
a e As far a. my own observations damage done, as u.ualln Florida. ,

go, while the plant will thrive In rocky Truck growers are preparing for their Dealer In

and comparatively arid In situations the deeper, it will and winter gardens. Wednesday night's PAINTS HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE & AGATEWARE
more luxuriantly
grow
boat unloaded a large quantity of fertlllI ,
I found
butter soil. On the Perrine grant
I Izers at Tillman, and wo delayed at Mal PLUMBERS' A: MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY, TABLE
"n'bedge of sisal plants growing on a
three feet and abar one hour, unloading fertilizers at & POCKET CUTLERY.. BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
tone wall two or high,
where 'I that point. Beans, tomatoes and eggplants & WIRE CLOTH.
voted, particularly at one point
will bo in -
the wall was broken down and the I, than ever. planted greater quantity :DOCXELS: SASEI::: :TVT sUJPfit: : : : :OBIEUCCHBZ.: ,

plants were near the ground' they were Lime & Cement Shingles & Lath.
more thrifty and of a better color than The many friends of Mr. Haskoll Du- Guns Ammunition and
Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gauze
where the wall was higher.' And as an Bose will hear with pleasure of his graduation
Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
example of the other extreme, I saw with high honors, at the late ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers Ice
plants In rich garden soil at Fort Myers commencement of the University of the Now York Charleston and Florida Lines.The Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime Cement and ,
which were a third larger, and the loaves South. We are sorry to bear that it is Chimney & Bunting
Pipe; Flags ;
doubtful if he will be able visit
But withoutan to
longer, thicker and heaver. very
Table and Work
Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll etc., eta
actual test of the yield of fiber from Melbourne this winter, having accepted magnificent Steamships of this Line are ap Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondence
soils it would In of the educational In-
different
plants growing In position one solicited and estimates furnished promptly.
Le hazardous to state whether the very stitutions of Louisiana.The pointed to sail as follows : '

thrltty plants In good soil will be anymore sidewalk on Front street was completed '''CALLING AT CHARLESTON. S. C.. BOTH WAYS.
productive, as regards yield, than last week, and a comfortable (STANDARD T1MI.)
the plants growing In barren situations. promenade of about a mile can now be From New York From Jacksonville. The Carpet Palace
The Department will make such tests at (War 29,K.K.) STEAMER Florida.
enjoyed by visitor Mr. Hector's place ,
an early date. The soil of the Indian WedneadaAaf.l6tb!; ,at a 1'. M. "ALGON Tuesday Bept. lit at 2JO r.M.Bept. .
has long been a point of Interest here, M.'CHEROKEEl..Thursday' .30
qn Friday AUI :2athat3 P. Brd. at A.II
JUver and Jupiter differs materlalll from account of the tropical trees and plants, Monday, Aug.Slat, at I P. ......"YEMA8I1KJ1:;.........Sonwoy, Sept 6th- at S.OO A.'M. Jacksonville
that of the Dlicayne Bay region,and thlll which are larger than at other places! W.dne.day,Kel.t. 5d'at I PII..St.MIXOLE..Tu..y. Bept. 8th, at 7.00 A.M. 48 West Bay Street, Fla.
somewhat from the soil of the ke,. In Friday, Sept. 4th, eta P. iKOqUOI8/1.r.k.Thurs:; ;; Sept. 10th, at '.00 A.M.MonWoY ,
here. The sandy walk, which deterred Sept. 7th,at 1 V. 1I..A.LUON'JUL'i't....,.Sunday, Sept.13th at 12.00 M.
the former there I* the absence of the many ladle from visiting the spot, will Wednesday,Bept. 9th,at S P. II..WCHEROKE"I. .......Tuesday, Sept. 15th, at 1.30 P... Where you will find the very best selection of
underlying homogeneous coral rock, re.SMimbllng be draw-back. Friday Bept.11th,at 3 P. M."YEMASSEE1..Thnreday, Kept. 17th, at g JO P.M.
no longer a
limestone which prevails all Monday, Sept 14th,at S P. M....:..SEMINOLE.Bunday.: Sept. 20th, at BJO AM.Wednesday .
...... ......... Tld, Carpets Mats
along the coast of the southern peninsu Shipments of pineapples continue from ,Kept loth,at 11' .lRQqUOIII.; Tuesday, Sept. : at 7.00 A.M. ,
Friday, Sept.lath at S P. M."AGHNQUIN".....Tbunday, Hept. 24th, at '.00 A.M.
,l.l. The soil of the upper region Is more East Melbourne. Twice a week, usually Monday Sept.21st, eta 1'. .'CHt.ROKEE.8und.y: Bept. S7th, at 12.00 M. Shades, Oil cloths
sandy and less compact,with the absenceof the steamer goes over for shipments.Our Wednesday,Sept.lOrd at3 P. M."YK.VAS8KK.Vl..Tuesday. Sept. Hub, at 1 JO P.M. Lace curtains
Sept.ftth, all P. M ,. Oct. I.t. at' 3MT.U. Mattings ,
Friday
lime rock. The sou In which the brethren are returning harvest apples Monday. Sept.Wth,at* r,'.'.a."BKMINOLKt'.Thursday...."IROQUOIS; ........Sunday, Oct. 4th, at 6.00 A.II.WedllMWIJ'lIIwt. .
'plants are growing on the Perrine grant some of which, of good quality, .Seth,at S r. ......." .ALGONlUIN.8un, Oct. Hth at 6.00 A.M. Rugs, Cornice poles
resembles fine sand mixed with humus were on sale at Mr. Hector's store hut Poters China Silks |
and other coarse semi-decayed matter, Saturday. Northern onions are arriving St. Johns River Line. ,
also and far Inferior In' eating quail And Mosquito Nets.
and is dark in color, while that from Boca are
Chlca is a rich chocolate brown, of amore tie to the Florida product.
peaty nature, appearing like vege For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Pplntslon Estimates given. Samples sent. The only exclusive carpet house in Florida. I

table mould, but mixed with disintegrated For many years Mr. B. V, Thompson, the St., Johns River. Our Goods are THE BEST, and the Prices THE LOWEST. .
Hnierock. The '-rock formation of Do Moines, Iowa, was severely afflicted Moil orders will receive prompt attention.oifvxlsL .
foundation) of the keys seems more re- with chronic dlarrh a. He says:
cent than that of the mainland, the "At times it'was very severe so much Steamer "EVERGLADE" dt:) Oorloott; ;,

"Coral' origin being very distinctly so, that I feared it would end my life. Leare JaeksonTille for Sanford,Sundays Tuewlayi and Thunda)'.,at 3JO 1'.M. Return 4sept-6mo 48, West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.
,marked, and the soil thinner. Undoubtedly About seven years ago I chanced to pro- ing,leaves Sanford)londa,.,Wednesdays and Fridays,at 10 A.M. ,
the pine barren near the coast will cure a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, .
give just the right conditions, when Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It gave Steamer "WKIvJLKLeaves ,
cleared up, and the palmetto and other"scrub" me prompt relief, and I believe cured .Jacksonville for Sanford, Monday and Fridays, at 3.30 1'... :Returning, leaves GEO LESTER & CO.
Banford Sundays and Wednesdays at 7.00 A.M.
grubbed out. The hummock me permanently, as I now eat or drink The above steuuen are nttd up with Ant.I"1 accommodations for passengers and the ,
land*, of course, are richer. without harm e." I tables will be supplied with best in market

Mr. Ewan of Miami, thinks that have also used it in my family with the General Passenger and" Ticket Of fice.88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville I RECEIVERS OF
"nurl prairie" will give the best results, best results. For sale by Dixon but it must be drained; does not believeIn Gray. e 4-4 F.M.IRONMONGER Jr. Florida Fuaenger Agent 88 West Ea7St..JackeonvWe.Fla.
W. r. (KU KN FAY Traveling Passenger Agent Bowling Oreen,New York.
: the poor laud theory. The soil, com- J.O. ,foot Hogan street.Jacksonville,Fla.
menrlug at Miami and running along the JOHN L.HOWARD,1'loridaFreight Agent,foot Laura Street Jacksonville ri*. ORANGES LEMONS BANANAS]
entire BIscayne Bay region, is a combination Indianola.Mr. J. A.LK8L1E,Superintendent,foot Laura Street,Jack.uiwWe,1'le.
THEO.!: O.KOKK!: Trafllo)Manager Bowling Green.New York. ,
of shell sand and vegetable matter MARSHALL II.CLYUK Aa.C Trafflo lte ieger,6 Bowling Green,New York.
with coral rock cropping out here

sari there. He states that On "marl C.. house.NUbot is finishing up ..Mr.Kwrger' WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents., A1XDP GEES: ,
the of would
clearing
prairie" expense
.
1* South W% rve*,Phlladel|>hia. 15 Howling Oreen.New York.TITUSVILLE
he done
with.
off the
away Cutting Miss Kate Hamilton of City Point,
"scrub" and grubbing the average lands, has been visiting friend at Indianola. > 264 Washington Street New York.
with plowing he thinks would cost $30
per acre. lie suggests growing pineapples Misses Emma Dart and Fannie Sanders
and vegetable while the sisal is were down visiting Mrs. 'c. O. Blyth INRIAN RIVER HOTEL: :: ,

coming on. The Bahamian"purchaser* but Saturday.We I We Issue a WEEKLY PRICE LIST and shall be pleased to forward it to yes|
offered him 7 cents per dozen for young have at but had some very nice I
plant*, which wu declined. White la- rains, which were very much needed. on receipt of a postal card.

bor costs, at Miami $1 and 11.50 per We hope w, will have more of it yet Stencils Furnished on application.
day, or f 13 per month when boarded.A Indian River Reference: Wholesale Fruit Trade of the country.
colored man gets about $L Plants They had an ice cream supper up at ii r JulyTM !
grown on hummuck land, fertilized by Mr. W. R. Sander last Saturday night, -- Fla.

hogs and horses, he thinks will produce in honor of Mr. L. Brown's birthday. RICHARD W. GOODE. JAMES T. HOGO.
leaves large enough to cut for fiber In 8 disappointed 1
... The young people were very much L M. MABBETTE
ye* last Friday night because the b ,

been(:apt.with W.Messrs.A. Abbott Percival who and has flatten long, dance rain prevented at Mrs. Schujler's.them from attending the PBOTB. Florida Real Estate Exchange]


Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, Des A Cheap Bargain. Open All The Year. MELBOURNE Brevard
:Molnes,.lowv and,, is one of the beat I Co., FLA. ;
know and most respectable businessmen 101 acre hickory and oak hammock I
la that city & : "I can testify 'about four and one-half acre cleared few minutes' : PROPERTIES OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT, SOLD A: :EXCHANGED.
Only a '
to the good qualities of Chamberlain's and planted with one hundred and fifty walk from Railway depot: TAXES PAID FOR N'OY.RESIDES1o ,

Cough Remedy, Having used it In my orange tree, just coming into bearing. and Steamboat landings. CONTRACTS TAKEN FOR SETTING OUT ORANGE GROVES AND
family for the past eight years, 1 can Situated at Eau Game; beautiful location. ,
safely sad it has BO equal for either cold For Information address, On the banks of the PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS.
(Jr croup. 60 cent bottles for Ml* by Goon A: Iloeo f -b.med Indian River. I Indian River Lands a specialty. Parties 'wishing to Invest or having land<
DIJou.t Gray. 44 4* Melbourne Fla tie would 4.0 well to correspond with us.


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