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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 11, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 3. TITUSVILLE, Indian River: ; FXi.A.< ., FRIDAY, SEPT.i '11 1891. No.' 5.. j

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-r-Tbo Ancient City has made her las -We are pleased to note that Mr. rlt's Island, at a place now called Trople. .
-Dr. Holmes, of City point, was in -Mr. and Mrs.' C1u free, who have These escaped the freeze of 1870,. and
LOCAL NEWS. town a day or l so this week. been spending a few days in town, returned trip?in! the interests of the East Coast Willie Qleason, of Eau Gallie, who has gave to the scattered settlers along th.' i.

-Some special bargains at the Bazaar, to Ankona Wednesday. Transportation Co. been quite ill, is somewhat better. river their first taste of home grow* 'rl
J. Watson
.- -Mr,
fteetotr M4 General Ooeelpr connection to make room for the fall stockI Bread Is the "staff of life. Aitree'syeast .. that
With Indian Hirer and Lake Worth seats cake fails to make it. Ask newt residence, and'groundll enclose this week with the view of ""purchas success, showing conclusively ,
-name-and-date slip pasted at ; never both Boil and climate were gutted to 1.be
daring pMt week Brief mention of for them.23et.f.. with a very neat-looking fence Ing a mill for making orange box sides.. growth of the pineapple. While those i
the head of this your grocer '
or on
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paper rapper
Event About Ton
"Interesting | People
_Mr.Vardell; representative of the -Remember that the "Bazaar" is the' plants were cared for their growth -wa &
Knew, and People Ton Don't Know- tells you the date your subscription\ ex- Wantedmone1 to loan absolute abundant "
Maoon Flsh Co. has been on a trip to vigorous and their fruitage
Picked: np.by Our Society Editor.pr" safe real, estate Ten cent. only place:on tho river where you can
pired.Mr. security. per the mitre-polls this week. He returned I When I saw them, In 18715,they had beat,,
and Mrs. R. R. McCormick, of free of all expenses, obtained for lender. buy a genuine porpoise hide shoe' for neglected so long that a heavy growth ot, I
Advertisements under this heading RobbnlsA Graham. 25tf' larttojghtMr. $2.73. *1 grass covered the ground; yet the plant
Palm Beach who 'in Philadel-
are now il. B. Archibald has been engaged Ion '
there little If
were showing
any
/ are ten cents per line per week. pblvwill return home In a few days. -Mr, W. J. Egan, of Eden, came up ty the! County Commissioners to -Mr, and Mrs. Hogg and Mrs. Tyn Vigor than the grass whose right to the

-Dr, B.'L. Wills has been building a -The wife of Mr. J. E. M. Hodgson; to town on Wednesday's through steamer compile the reading matter for ,the new dall, who are now In New, York, expectto soil they Could so successfully dispute.
for the of friend leave there for Indian River on the From 1870 to 1876 a succession e t .
one of Eau Gallle's storekeepers, gave purpose meeting a pamphlet;
house his lot
new on 25th inst. warm winters Inspired the hope ,that
birth to a boy on the 7th Inst Quite a -Mr. DeLuna, of New York. -Mr.: Jos. T. Sanders, who left here pineapples could be grown anywhere
-Conductor Sherman :
Singleton is
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Sandford.Mr. bouncer. -We are just in receipt of a crate of for T.wpa on Monday morning, to look Mr. R. T Jandon, of Eden, 'died, on Indian River i
between here and .
now running -Melbourne's prominent merchant, luscious sugar-loaf and other pines from after L' steamer to ,run between Key Monday of dysentery. The deceased II 1 In 1875 Messrs. Stewart and Same of P ,
-* W. S. Norwood is appointed to said to be the third member of his Eau Game, went to Key Largo lot
family
Mr. C. J. Hector, has been In town this Mr: C".T. McCarty, of Ankona. Theyare West and Miami, returned to town last' ''.

collect advts. for the new county pamphlet. week attending to his duties as County i beauties, and Mr. MoCarty has the nlg t.;, who succumbed to thls.dlseasb; within plants.In 1870 three cargoes were brought 1

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Commissioner best thanks of the ADVOCATE for them. Owing:- to considerable commotion the past few years. from Key Largo to Indian River-ono by

-The Articled of Association of the Burglars entered the Eden postoffice Don't wear ripped coats and pants, In the rabbit house of Mr. Sam Ray; last' -Mr. Wm. Wilson, of Eau Gallie, who Jim Russell and two by Peter Wright. ,
These dlstrflm-..
DeSoto Beach Improvement Co., are lie'seized his has been at Satsuma for time cargoes were so generally ,
when them mended night gun to investigate some past,
last week, carried the- safe away some you can get so cheaply. ted along the coast that there was hardly
published in ,this Issue, and will be distance, broke It open and stole about I will make and mend at a reasonable matters. Upon examining the place, ho left for Eau Gallie ,on this,.morning' a settler from New Smyrna to Jupiter t

found on page 6. eighty-five dollars. price, and I wish to solicit the patronage found an'animal trying Its best to seize steamer, having been called home? owing but had his pineapple patch, ,"more or' .

-The schooner Queen, in command of any who 'Wish to have such his rabbits, so ho made mince meat of to the Illness of his wife.: less"-generally leI II. On the second
Several membe of the Seminole I the A.
trip of the Tobe" to Keys V.
of Capt. Roy McFadden, received her Club were out with "long sleeve hats," work done. Mrs. S. J. Young. 3tf the Intruder., It.now turns out that the I -The Sophie Frey owned by Mr. Ulscock, J. BV Bower and F. C. Allen
clearance: papers a few days ago, and hasP night prowler was a ferret belonging to : In the water
supplied by J. P. Turner" CO:, on Sun- -Mr. J. H. Wilson has two Texas Geo W. Scoble,1 is.again accompanied retc.Wrlght..and most of
started for Nassau, New Providence.Dr. day morning, having their photographstaken horned frogs, presented to him by Mrs. Mr. Geo.B. Rumph. Sam had better fitted out .as a steam launch, with'an, that cargo was planted br1.Ionrs.A11e1e

Dodson informs us that he is by Mr Hand. R. A. Hardee, to whom they were recently got another ferret to replace It engine and boiler Mr.:Sooble will now the Hlsoock first,planting Bowen and of pineapple myself. *Tills On pine wa

now extra tlng_teeth for fifty cents', and -A few friends gathered together at shipped from Texas. They may be -We loam that Mr. John McAllister, be able to 'get fish to market withoutthe bind, ana Dr. WHtfleld planted a few on +

that all other:work k equally reasonable. the residence and seen at the back of, Mr. Sam Norton's or,"AJ1c lan Mac," as he Is called on the lose that usually attached. to' It shell land the same :year.
of Dr. Mrs. B. L.
Quality warranted.Do store. river-having( been christened that name I when carried by,sailboats. In 1878 my first crop (a' small one) ri ; j
Wills on Monday evening; at the close, I pened. Theso were all eaten or* sold at
;- you want bargains in land? If Ice cream'cake- etc., was plentifully -Mr. and Mrs. Ilarmer and Mr Geo.E. i through driving more wells' than any -Another fast passage has been made home. In 18701 shipped the first pine ,

'you.do, read Bobbins" Graham's list supplied and done justice to by those Male, of Lady Lake, arrived here on'i other mania tho ,county-Is now, with across tho Atlantic' to England., On apples that were sent to a:"distant'' mar ;

I of land bargains on the inside page of present. last night's train, on their way to Jen his trustworthy: hands,* Earnest Taylor Tuesday morning, at 10 o'clock, the In ket from Indian River

.this paper. tf. and Alfred Hansel),taking a little vacation man steamship City of New York From the crop of 18781 planted all tho
sen, for which place they start on to- I ,
-New York Laundry, TltusvlUe. offsets, .and from the suoksrs of that
-Mr:E. C. Cliaffee, of Ankona, has Laundry work done in first-class style at night's Itearo'er. Mr. and Mrs. Harmer ,-having( to,wait for some four-Inch which departed from New York September crop in 1880 harvested fruit and plants,

sold his property to a company in Ohio. b \vebrought'aU their household'goods pipe, which, he is about to drive for Mr, ; 2, arrived off Fastnet,' the time, of which I sold at the rate of more than
reasonable
Orders mall '
In alt .* sold 80 acres of land. Mr. attended prices. Address by with them,"so Jensen will now have two Howard; of Sei>astlan.. lie has just finished the passage being five days, twenty-two 1200.00 dollars per acre. These worn1
to. Wm.
Chalfea win still remain at Ankona to promptly more settlers.Mr. the following wells, and has obtained hours, thirty minutes, the fastest record the experimental day of' pineapple, culture ",
McCarthy, proprietor. 65t"Miss on Indian River.,
look,after the property. splendid flows in each case: A for an east bound trip. As early 1875 It demonstrated
L. C. Demaree, of Lexington, as was clearly
Emma Dart who has been
-Owing to the heavy rains during the on Ky., arrived In town this week and will four-Inoh for Messrs. Eason & Black- -Thursday' afternoon Mr. Clarence by the experiment at Tropic ?
a visit of a month to Mr. and Mrs. ,
or so
two four-Inch that
more for Col. Gibson they were a success on Menitt'aIsland.
past week several of our townspeople take of ; ; Philips son of Mr. Robert Philips and
charge the TitusviUe public ,
Sanders, at Courtney, left here for her one four-Inch for Mr Hudson and At the same data'it had been
inform us that they have some difficulty home at Maitland on Wednesday mornIng school this coming session. This is.Mr. ; onethreetnohfor nephew of II. B. Philips, Esq., Of this proven that they' could not be safely

in reaching their homes without paddling accompanied by Miss Fannie Sanders Demaree's first visit to the Indian River Mr. ,itching, all In the city, left on his return, trip to, Blscayno planted at Rookledgo.AJI .

through water. Is it not time to who remain' country, and he'seems to, like It pretty neighborhood: of Sebastian. Mao has Bay, whore he is interested In the sisal early as 1878 the experiments, of
ditches expects to Maitland also disposed jpf }20 acre tract of good Allen, ,Hlscock, -Bower and White, :at
our culture
, open again well to date. We, hemp .andlactol'1' Mr. Philip
up hope owns-
for few weeks pup '
a ere returning to Court pinoa 'jEsit rGaulerecent. Georgiana, on Merritt's Island, proved
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Tuesday,evening .tfa* Indian 'River ney. people will make: him'/eel. at home nero:' !!b4dat. ,, came here a few day ago from Blscayne: Tftiy clearly that they were a success en

, ,GuardS a \aln put themselves forward to -In a letter to the ADVOCATE from 17w / v In a small sail boat, and returns In !it. pine land; and( the expertmonU"of Dr.;.
-H. C. Starck, of Malabar, who has -From London comes the news thatIt that'fu Wittfeld and others shell land "
He Is1 charmed with southern on ; provtml
prove who was the best drilled man on Mrs. Sheetz she inter ,
finished his pineapple contract, has now says, alia, that wil shortly have direct that such land would not' pine
telegraph communication section grow s
and
to locate there
that evening to take the much coveted she and her husband arrived at proposes '
received 'a large consignment of first- safely between that city and Jupi- apples \ -
medal. On this occasion, Private Geo. class Havana tobacco, and Is prepared to Fayettevllle, N. C., and met with a: very ter and the British Bahama Islands. permanently. He Is a brave young man AU of this was done before Eden, with
Branning was the lucky one. warm reception from numerous friends. to travel that perilous voyage of throe her magnificent pine fields, wa even
j supply domestic and foreign cigars of Governor Ambrose Shea, of Nassau is dreamed ff
of and had Informed
days and nights In a smack. His uncle ; our neighbor
M. Brown started She has beautiful home
-Mr. W. a and Is
Tuesday the finest perfectly
I quality at the most reasonable
now in London, and has made an announcement and several others watched the little himself in regard to what othen
morning, for New Hartford, Conn., I, prices. Address, H. C. Starck, Malabar, happy. Lots of presents were await to the effect that arrangements had done, he might have saved the money
where his wife and little daughter Louise Fla. S* 'ing them on their arrival. The weatheris craft as It sailed away Ills 'helpmateon he wasted by planting on shell land

are now visiting. He expects to be -Mr. J. R DIckaon of so cool at Fayetteville that fires are have been fully made for the layIng the trip Is Mr. Buckhalter. Good I for It was just as well settled then as it ;
Rockledge, of a cable from Jupiter Inlet, to Nassau luck to them.-Jacksonville Metropolis I Is now that they will not grow'on inch
I away five or six weeks, and Mrs. Brown who has been north with his wife for the necessary. .
p N. P., and, that the contract provides
and daughter will return with him. past five months, returned home on -Rev. Jr... Bolton, who has been on a that the same shall be in, working Tho Pineapple Industry. YanrlAs early as 1880 It was as well known .

-Mr. Howell Titus now a full fiedg- Monday's steamer. While away, Mrs. trip down the river, returned here Mon-' order by December 20th, of this year. as now and that pineapples could be successfully .} : .

ed attorney and counsellor-at-law, havIng DIckson was delivered of a bouncing day evening, looking much better in At Jupiter the cable will, connect with Horn It.m..f llUtorr. liver very; but profitably to this cultirated'4)n'Indian time ,their) ,: *' [

successfully passed his examination baby, but since that time she has, we regret health than he did on his arrival. He the United States government land wires, cultivation extended up but little beyond.

before Judge J, D. Broome, at the last to lean, been very ill with infloma- spent ten days on the ocean beach with to TitusviUe and Jacksonville. The Bahamas [For the Advocate.. Merritt's Island. J. H. WIIRJE.. *

Circuit Court. Dell also notary public tory rheumatism, in Chicago, where she Capt and Mrs. W II. Sharpe, and the are a jobaln of islands lying between The present and the past have always Island Home, Sept. Oth, 1801. .

for the State at large, and the ADVOCATE now is. We hope she will soon be herself change of air and surf bathing did him : 21 degrees 42-87 degrees 84, N. been at outs. The present minimizes
latitudeL..and'l2; degrees 40 minutes, 70 the past and magnifies the future. The Furniture FurnitureII! Furniture ti
much
wish him every success. again. so good that he gained over three present greatly Indebted to the
past,
degrees Y. longitude, and are about 00
-The month has been most excellentfor pounds In weight He returned jut these debts either 111! /
-Brevard County.-Everything in fair to his miles from Jupiter. The group,,consists are entirely Ignored
Dade Co., with fine rains every few condition and all crops steadily improv field of labor-WhIte Springs, Fla., on of about 20 Inhabited islands, and an or are tardily paid at a heavy dls- tare Ladles to fit, 'don't the house you need some Dew 1un1J.:. '.., '
count. These reflections were suggestedby up comfortably and :
days, condition excellent for plantingthe ing. The yield of fruit crops will be Wednesday. an Immense area of number about 6,704 of rooks, comprising miles witha the statement In the ADVCCATB of nice. I have the largest and most corn*
new crop of pineapples, and for trees fine. -In our last Issue square plate stock ever brought to Indian RIw
very Pineapples are receiving a we referred to, the population of about 60,000. Nassau April 24th, that this Industry wa "only
of every kind. Everything baa made a a great deal of attention, and large areas late Mrs. Peck as being a grandniece of Is the capital. The climate is said to be an experiment until four or five ,years' er-and price low; will meet Jacksonville

fine growth consequently prospects are are being planted to them. The weather Sir Thomas Blake, of "Marlborough" very salubrious on these Islands In the ago." prices, with freight added. G, D.''
quite flattering.-Monthly Bulletin. 3astle. It should have winter, and large numbers of Invalids\ The purpose of the present writing Is, Rumph., 44
gas been good, and the prospects for been Jfenhugh and tourists are visitors to Nassau 1st, to vindicate the claims of the pioneers
Notice: committee appointed by all is very encouraging.-Monthly /lulUH Castle, Galway, Ireland.. The Blake season. The Bahamas were made/every in the Industry to recognition, and2nd '

the meeting of Confederate Veterans, on family, of Ireland, with whom the late British settlement in the year 1632., to put on record the leading facts Fort Pierce. ,. ', '.

f Ute 4th day of July last, having received -Mr.; J. 0._ Walton, of Eau Gallie, Mrs W.. H. Peck was connected, has _Referring to the death of our:" late upon The which first this claim Is baited. t' ..., ....
experiment of which I have
instructions here to organize, they now who came up to town with Capt W. C. held a prominent position in the Old esteemed and lamented friend-Mrs. W. any knowledge, was that of Mr. Benja- For the hut few day we"bale beau. j(

request the Veterans of Indian River to McFadden last week, with the object of Country for a great many years, the I H. Peck the Charleston New and Courier min Baker, of Key West, who planted a having plenty of rain. 'J

I meet at the Court House, in Tituiiville, obtaining clearance papers, etc., for his first baronet having been' created by I says: "Many In Charleston have mall patch on Plantation Key about Mrs. Ida Meet arrived here 1aa- week,

on Monday, the Sth day of October next, schooner Cygnus, to trade between the King James I. in the year 1022. The .; Peck learned the with wife regret of Prof.of the Wm.death of Mrs. thirty years ago. Such was his success from Sanford, on a.visit to her parents.. tI

Jas.for the Mendel purpose, chairman.of organizing Minor a Jones camp., British (Bahama) l islands and Florida, re- late Mrs. Peck came from good old stock. which took place in Atlanta Henry on Saturday Peck, that Largo.lie extended Previous to.1870.his operations. Mr. Baker to Key had stead Mea.arrived.... Carleton here Bros' and ,J. Olnv,
,
from .
Tltu ville
turned home. We understand that it feat Mrs. Peck was well known and admired lat
committee's clerk. Saturday. The schooner Is very probablethat made a fortune out of this Industry '

-Mr. J, P. Miller, our old and much- Cygnus expects to leave for the Bahamas .. the Peck House, Cocoa, will beop.mEld throughout the South as one of then having 25 acres la pineapples, and Saturday. .
the most charitable .
warm-hearted and his Mr. Frank Everett I .
using own ships with which to market having ten thon
this week. by Professor Peck's
respected late townsman, arrived here, daughters estimable ladies. Her home was attract- his fruit. The United State Inspector and more pineapple* set out on the t
from Atlanta, Wednesday evening, and -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Bobbins and an. Peck-Du and Miss Daisy Peck- he and her hospitality of the kindliest of Customs, In hi* report for 1882, "Ilosedale" plantation. '' ,

has been around town saying "Dowdooudo" little son, Rufus; Mrs. McClellan, and ''n November or December. strain. She was highly entertaining and cave thle industry recognition a*follows: Mr. Calhoun wa here last
Mrs. M. P. Robbins left here Wednesday drew every heart toward her by her 'The annual production of pineapple In Sunday..
to his on lie started for the
numerous acquaintances.He Messrs. V. Key. on
P. Keller and
and'son, Oscar sweet gentle disposition, lively and Florida is, gradually on the Increase. Monday, accompanied j
Is not well he did when morning's train, on their way to lovable nature. by Mr. A, E. bloatA
looking so u Griggs, A.I. Cook Henry Horning and There was sunshine In Four cargoes, aggregating about a quart.
he left here for Georgiaprobably from the Savannah from which place they will Frank Shear, who started from Klssim- her smile and it seemed to afford her a er of a million of fine pines, of superior gentleman from Sumpter county '

fact that he is suffering from a bad cold. sail for Boston. From that city they will tuee on the 18th of June for the Ever peculiar pleasure when those around her quality were received in this city the rived here last week. lie baa settled
to Bath Me. which were mirthful and joyous. It was her last season." out on Ten Mile Creek at Mr. Carleton'..
Mr. Miner brought five mules with him, go place they expect arrived 4
glades, In town on Wednesday, delight to do good-to comfort and re- It 1* quite clear that the experimental: :
and he will, probably, take some of themto to reach next Tuesday. Mrs. Mus- laving come from Jupiter on the steam lieve the want of those suffering from stage of pineapple culture on the Florida Mr. T. J. O'Brien I. here on a visit

his sons, at Jupiter.A senden's home will be their rendezvousfor er. They were sent out by the Okeechobee penu1'1 and pain. There are those la Keys wan past at least twenty years ago, He looking after to have his pineapple plantation.
his city who had the expect two more acre sot
time and it is privilege of meet. and Indian is
on Hirer It
some quite probable lutlus-
London publishes the following Land and no new
paper Drainage out In
Company to survey log Mrs. Peck at the residence of her two week He started for Titacville
Item, to which we draw the attention they will not return to TitusviUe before and report on the best, easiest and daughter Mrs. C. G. Matthews, and who try.At the clone of the war a small plantatIon to-night'. boat, and expect to return

of Mr. J, E. Ender and other the expiration of six or eight weeks.A cheapest route foe excavating a canal to remember how agreeable and engaging of pines wa found on an abandoned Immediately. ,

electricians in town: Mr. Scherer, has canard was circulated around drain that part of Florida, so that'the she was, and how pleasantly the time claim at Brantley. on Merrlt's Island. .
was passed in her The --
Invented last week to the effect that society. To her the They were planted a Mr. Brantley. Best BarffanWe } ,
a clever but simple method ofelectricity town the In- swamp land may be utilized for growing saddest thing la the prospect of leaving eatherb lore .
the
doing to death gnats, flies and dian River Steamboat Co. bad decided to sugar cane. :Mr. Keller is of opinion the this world WM the thought that she had: In 1870 Captain or during Burnham war., keeper of lent tract can of quote at present I* an excel- ,
similar Hta device Is from Eau Gallie to best to part with the loving and loved the pineapple or vegetablelu4.i
pest very simple. remove everything route for the canal would be from ones Canaveral light-house bought boat, containing about

He takes a candle, lamp or torch, and TitusvUle, where In future, all work Lake Okeechobee down toward Fort for whom fibre affection of liar heart.Interwoven Mr. with and with It a quantity of pineapple leg on Merritt' Island seventy-five, between acre Brant-, lyt.t. ,
every and
place It within a cage of metallic wire would be done. Snpt Bent informs us Shackleford and on towards the Gulf of Matthews were In the mountain Mrs.of the plants original, of a Mr stock McMillan.of the These were I.yand and Troplo, having a frontage sd .

gauze. This metallic gauze Is connected that there Is not a particle of truth In :Mexico, as there would be principally North Carolina, and the telegram announcing In this region M the variety known even-eighth of a mite on Indian. -lUvet '
Egyptian
Queen. and the '
with the poles of an electric machine, the rumor, and that he merely discharged muck only to excavate In that direction; her death failed to reach them The same ear Captain Colyer made a property same I I. a*on free the of Banana frost River. Tki .*.,
until after .U buried a* land .fc
and duly charged with the electric current the agent and watchman to save expense whereas. If a canal was cut towards they were deprived was of the consequently melancholy trip to the. IC.Z' for a cargo of pins Eden. Steamer paM the land da1I,:. ,

Thus, gnats, mosquitoes, flies, during this dull season. The Lake Worth there would be a deal of satisfaction of being present at the fu; Israel plepUnU Stewart and was C.accompanied B. lIa ruder by Mr. Transportation costs .... f1'OlQh.Lt IU4

wasps or any other Insect that felt inclined above action, and making Eau Gall!. a'' rock to contend with. Mr Keller and neral. .The Atlanta and August papers this cargo Major Magruder phsstsuqults Of than from down river point, and hip.

to fly to the light, would touch pre-pald station, was the cause of the men returned home yesterday, well pleased mttln eloquent and tender tribute to largely at hi. home In the Kockledge days meats quicker reach market pries for from on* to twa
the .
the worth and excellence entire
the electrified metal and be Instantly unfounded rumor that was so widely to get back after an absence of nearly and tMcbUcly how of )In. Peck, I Hammock, but' the severe cold of De- f4MIO. Will IMS than wlwJll tract
expre widespread umber, 1870 notes
destroyed most of them.
killed circulated last week. three months. '1' U the sorrow, occasioned 'by her death." Some of this tract Speak Appl lr.to RobtoiasA
.r cargo wa planted on Mer- I.. Graham, TUtuvUl, Ha.t -.i: .1.... L

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; De, lit Celt1 !lfDCBtfi.y SLY! ml\T:\ 64 ware rrgtnvrot, of 'at.ftWl'tllIb4ri101t! .Brt.OOO ,. ........... crop, it Is a large item to have good launches

soil and 1& condition:; still 11
l 8S battalion. o'Infantry numbering 12.SOO TUBHtP TASTK: W intK. in good_ f : Electric are, Increasing Innumber.
J t regiment of caraTy nambering- P.MO soil millet will do '
essential oil Lave poor as
contain ,
: '1TT1rT 1* t t01i7D3, It* Talk- Atwnt the Reunions of the M tt&llonaof cavalry nambrlng; 10.200 Turnips an you .

r: Veteran!?. 6*companies of artillery numbering '4,too which has a very strong odor.. In well on U as wheat' or oats. Dough Professor,Rossandor of Stockholm

In tbVtnlNhl States Uw waal\ pro- Making a total of W,8V) ; process of digestion, too, the sulphur and harrow, drag or brash,. very little thinks he has found a remedy tOt

. dactlon of has rt*cnJ th* enormous The** were the original Yo'rmfceeni,. and, ; contained.!in them produces compoundswhich covering being necessary. It U better cancer,
paper And CbanfcM of Past Twetv lIMn wen aided to thorn. by recruits 5,000, and just after rain if sown
bounds ; the. have also a strong odor, to sow a ;
total of three billion maHngatotal of 117,850.; Rot Including'thehome Pure chloroform something hIther.
Years-How Time Ii rnarda. These odors are absorbed into the 'animal just before a rain the ground may run ,
Destroying Now, this II clout Or.e-f.zth: of all the confedorat tq unobtainable, will now be made by
tl Rightly managed, believes the Ban Sectional Aniomositiet army. Georgia> sho wed her faith by and reaches the milk, giving It a together and make it difficult, if not M. Pictet a chemist of Genera.

:;, Francisco Examiner, a crop-lnsnranoe Berwom Bat what'proportion of all the soldier still disagreeable flavor. This is ,readily Impossible! ,.'for the young aud tender C' .

.r company could bo made an important Other Topic survive Ie a question where gnc*>lng Is In-order discharged from the milk by n moderate plant to get through. The amount of An English scientist has invented a

force In improving tho quality of our them, but fell It or I* died on record during that tile war over, and 80,000.,200 nf 'heat, and Is prevented by feedingthe seed. to sow will vary with the fertility machine which makes.the footsteps of

of these died la northern I of the soil and the a fly distinctly audible.
I
'\ firming.Or. It ther prislon !turnips Immediately before or purpose
; ytr* >
} mo uodotths was a probable that 40.000 have since died and If
,
ago soldier boys lively that be a f.lr goem. then about one third of after the milking, at the odor- escapee for which it is grown. One-half. The sun was free from spots on 175

(:. .,OUrer( Wendell, Holmes says thai ratbertng.fowl hilarity.Thev They greeted ped one around another with with a tnTOonfeo'erate*are peeing army away very still nnll. Tn now, ,veteran and from the akin In the prsepiratlon.EXPERIMENTS. bushel per acre, on medium IOU, Is the i days In the,, year 1890, as compared

!. It nine-tenths of tho medicines In the double quick and joked and laughed and w* ere before 'us l4.al.a rapidly who amount uiually town, and if seed is with 211 days In 1889.
eheerw lmm el '. Mot of the -
>n ? boy wen
win rot attend
world were thrown into the ocean then between th rty and forty but now they have no pension many roll more to tell reunion us from yearto We the part desired this is enough ; but if Electric light has been employed

," mankind would be greatly benefited. are Bearing they: and these twenty years year bow many have fallen befurttn* PIo-rEEDING for bay better results will be
grown
, mskeadlffetenc RoIlio"ean will change reaper. J believe. that nennton roll would At different times during the past advantageously: on board of a West
t" a mm Anno Domini will telL Th year tell us down here though they do not seem secured by increasing the amount to Indian. steamer the
' are all this and year experiments: : were made at tho crossing ocean to
e ming one gives
Wisconsin Minnesota every
The population of way
to show any death up north. I was talking
three If the soil is rich
;. flasher wxuewlure. I and to think that pecks or, very keep alive and
and the two Dakota 1* largely to Dr. Headen about it yesterday and he New York station In feeding pigs on flourishing certain
Benwal Young wa the flneit looling but sad that m.n who lived on pensions and the to one bushel per acre. If grown for
In the BtaM and tb. best foods that lire often re- plants which were being transportedfor
made of Gormnns and ScandlnavK WM getting if the bounty of the government and bad some coarse .
no earor
up flght with old Father Time, but I noticed seed;never cut till :fairly ripe; but if acclimatization.A
apprehension about food and clothlnc, commended for swine. Sorghum and .
ane..ell'nen.Engheh speaking people him at this reunion, and b* carried a cane did naturally live a long time. Well, that grown far hay, cut when it is in
t according td the. rgl>naut. and limped. Old Anno Domini struck him may ,"coounllor their not dying, but how mangolds gave promising results,and, bloom process has been invented for
on the hip they ay. MOlt all of the veterane does it account for the number Increasing. or very shortly afterward as
linseed cottonseed meal be
looked older than usual-a little stoop have about as can waterproofing clothes by dipping them
They hundred
thousand
BOW sven
A philological statistician calculatesthat i ert-a little cutter In the Joint*. .u they aat on tb* rolls, just; a* many as the eonfeder fed with them, It Is thought they are the .straw becomes woody very soon In a chemical' mixture which does not
tngrthr front' of the speaker vtand they .cy bad old-en, and their record they and decreases In nutriment It allowed
in the year 2000 there will be mud a goodly picture, and the picture lost about seven hundred thousand say daring worthy of a longer trial. No profit injure velvet plush or any fabric
should b.". been taken. How lOUd. bow to ripen; the ripe seed has an unfavorable -
1,700.000.00<> people who speak English thoughtful how .erene they looked. A boa the war. Good gracious what a record. was found In feeding corn ensilage, even those with a nap. But for some
Thre veteran do did
helped to It. They effect kinds of stock
on cane
,' and thai other ''European: ctousnese of duty done wu set In every feature their full share in swelling theee r>*n lons to prickly comfrey or clover In large I reason or other ll has never come Into
-DO thim, t o repentance, no fear, no .. especially horses and mules. In'either'caso'
$100.000,000 for tb.y. 18V1. They ought
will be only proportions. All attempts to feed I '
languages spoken by boasting! -they went through the fires and to b* ashamed of themselves for saddling very general! use.
be taken to thoroughly
must
were refined. You can tell a Teteran when care cure
such a debt the country prickly comfrey 'profitably have been I
400,000,000 people. noon
The
yon meet bun In_ the road. It I* aid that Bat they keep opening the pension door ,before stuckig.!| If,there is a wearing away of the cliff ''on
Jerry Blmpeoi, the *ocki.n itatemnan, kx feed unsuccessful. Clover was only fed
the
York wider and wider. A mill can now get a pen be done shorscs of England has of, late attracted *
upon a gathering of Georgia farmer and heavy crop this cannot ,
The A" ion If b contributed less
*can't see a* good or hear* good or profitably whenit considerable
Midi "My friends, thw 1* the Ant time In attention and the
walk as good al b* used to, provided h* will in less than three days, no matter
tiser that -Kentucky waking life that 1 stood than of the
notes my ever up before a native swear, that h*believe It came about by reason twenty-five per cent problem is being attentively studied
the Amerlo audience" Where he came from of his service In the The Youth's short how favorable the weutlicr. Cut
realization of importance wsr.
up to water-free food. For a time in
then half the view
more peopl. It with
are foreigner the
Companion, of Boston told us not long of preventing the erosive
and the number of the limitation of slavery did ago in the morning after tho dew goes oil
of : our region no
public odnation, about a man applying for a pension t>ecaue July and August two' pens of pigs action
of the a8'el1
new,schools and school buildings' other good It did that It kept the foreigner he bad ree>ntly cut his foot with an.axe this were fed all the prickly and let it lay till next day; then rake waves at
away and It I* doing It yet. IV*are all comfrey they the
h* brought horn from the And streams that trickle down.
one people-th* descendant of revolutionary army. The and put in small cocks and let it stand
increasing. would cornmeal
rapidly Senator another paper told of a soldier who recently eat and a little
sires : Ingalls ha been down her died and had beet drawing three pensionsfor two more days; this ia for good Dr. Konrad Brnnner of the Uni-
and profMted conversion. He ought to bar comfrey formed over ninety per cent.
eleven He volunteered John
Dalmaceila, the of Chill, been baptised ;just a*anon a* he finished tint TOIIUIOIJ ROt year lick and wa dtochsrged as ; got of the total food, and neither lot weather. If tho weather becomes unfavorable versity of Zurich line proved bye
to mike his
speech stick. It
eo a*
is having newspaper men shot at a wa such a sudden conversion conversion hat our peo- name well .nd down hired John*Thomson a substitute eot wonnHed and put and his .. would eat enough to make any gain or any time after cutting the scries of experiments that microorganisms

rnie. He probably with pears dubious. If a northern nun will farmer must exorcise his own judgmentas ore discharged through the
rapid agrees discharged, and substitute
come down here and lire awhile he always John Th mpwn even hold their weight-[New York
Napoleon suggests the Atlanta Con. get converted. I never knew but one ezDeplon -itb tb* Ham of with a P.H World. to what is best to do, as no kind of perspiration as well as through the
soon became an Invalid and drew three '
ilitntlou, that four hostile newspapers He taught, aid school that in wee Putnam William H. when Beward.hew pensions under three different names, and -| directions can be given which will blood. The bacteria can be seen In
county
are more, to'be dreaded Uaa: a hundred .. a young man, and the old settler told plied they never and got found things it oat mixed until his wdow.po KATTENINO Tot; G ,,FOWLS. apply to all kinds of weather. Store tho drops of perspiration bj. means ofa
up.
thousand bayonets. me plantation that he and courted niggers a, pretty too, ana girl because and h-r she Bat enough of that It Is all mighty bad. While growing, the young cockerels : away in the barn, if possible as it is microscope..
but the of it i* ban to
wonldent have him. be' gave uo hi. a> hool good they pay m..Nof Intended for market,will not fattten hard to keep in good condition 'when Dr.
-- it than w* do, and they are getting awful Kikoze a specialist, has been
D a> d went back .n I began to write ui down
Says Richard! Blnckmore, the a. bariartsns. Because be couldn't get the tired 1t.Our reunion I as readily will adults, but they'will stacked outside, though not so hard as devoting his attention to the condi-
woof the survivor of the Foro-
English novelist: "Anything more tberu.nigger b* dldent, want anybody. to have tleth Georgia, commanded by Colonel Abda. make a gain in weight that will\ fully clover., :Millet Is a good, rough feed tion of blood h the humap body during

absurd then our novcllstlo portrait of I But ill the other yanke* school teacher Johnson General and William Phillip's Phillip legion commanded Colonel Johnson by compensate_ for any care that maybe for any kind of stock, but it is not advisable pneumonia, and found that during

the 'Y41 1c o' could scarcely bo 'pro that southern I ever knew men. became Dr. Alonio good, warm(Church hearted the I* dead,but General :Phillip was present i given. If they cannot be made fat, to feed It to horses unless in the .courso of this disease the

duced. I know American time-honored sldent of state in the flab, and looks like he is good for many them In food condition. small quantity for consider
college ,
many gentlemen pit our yean to coma. It I* laid that the Fortieth get as possible very any white corpuscles increase in numberas
and Hiram the chief of
I not 0113 of them differs from supreme court Warner were two of them.;justic I have our changed Georgia' Its I* the staff only officers.regiment The that legion never W.I'I I so a to secure the best prices. able length of time.-[Journal of Ag much as three times what they are

us, except that, us a rule, they are before me now The news-Democrat, of Can not fortunate. Excepting: the general The'''young pullets will also convert riculture. ,In healthy persons.
ton, O., which ha a marked letter written
more intelligent" the itsff WM changed many time Indeed, their food Into rather than -
bl t a citizen of that town and state who say growth In
there six different lieutenant colonels four a new bicycle tire the wheels Instead
,
FARM AND GARDEN NOTES.. -
h.t came to Georgia in 18311 u" school
taught sailors end four adjutant*. I remember into fat; and this is desirable. The
Four in Danlehv, Madison county for two thai the Elthth Georgia changed Its Do not mow the lawn too closely of being well fitted with pneumatic -
com
new Norwegian railways are years, and then studied medicine, and in a mand-r four times, and that Company A hi males should be made fat and the p fillets *
proposed by King Oscar's ministers to sew yean hi* persona] advantage called him the First Georgia regular! ,that went out under kept, In moderato condition. To during the hot months. Direct ex. cushion tires have .the grooves
back t t* Ohio wh re he Is now" practicing Captain H. D. D. Twigs, changed Its pure to tho sun U not beneficial to fitted with completo cycles of balls,
cost hundred million kroner
over one iredldne. But the two in Danlelsville do this
even year* captain eleven time daring the war. Mont separate the young cockerels
but the Government is not In a harry.It Implanted a love for those people, of theee change ors marked "k. t. b.," killed from the pullets and give the cockerelsall the grass roots. which revolve on pivots fixed, In the
and hi. letter is tender and kind concerningthe tattle but ... '
in some from resignation and groove of tho wheels. These balls
Is pot going to build them all at sooth, and this list spring on bit return some from promotion and son It from trans the corn they will\ eat, but give This is the time that root crops
'' like from Florid he went to Athens and rode fer*. Tb private did not change much. suffer from drought and weeds make bite the ground and the machine
Something thirty
once. ,
years horseback from, then to Danlalsville, eighteen Death wes their main chance Sometimes the pullets little or no corn, a moss of
will, it thinks, be about the time it miles just to*e* the old plea that hadtlved the fought down to the ruled meat two or three times a week headway. Keep the cultivator going travels up and down hill with wonderful
,
In his memory for fifty yean, and to heard Keel celerity.
edge. I Captain yesterday
should,take to, finish the job with an Inquire after his pupil What devotion, that one company In his regiment fought being bettor than any other food for and remedy both evils. .
The
annual outlay of. three or four,million what. affection Is that to com from a ..tr.na. down to one man and had to stack hi arm them. All\ birds should bo separatedfrom The hay should not be "cured" so Rome correspondent of the
.. northern who south with
a man came with another 'company, for one gun won'tstand London Times that, the commls-
says
kroner. The Thing is yet to pats prejudice and went back without them. alone. This reminded me nf Jonu tho flock If they are to be sent much that it is sunburned. There, Is
jtraog: to ayhe did not find a man, woman don. appointed to Inquire into the
faithful loan Israelite indeed
the ,
upon, plan.According or child In the village who lived there wh.n poor whom any town boy could slap around before to market .lit Is more economical to not much nouriohment in the dry, prevalence of typhoid fever In the
,----,-- he did. He heard of ton of his pupils whoa that from city
the war, and he never resented It But do so, while it avoids overfeeding the woody stems result too long
ill live. only four. Sad and lanely he of Florence has condemned all the
to an eminent German be Joined one of the R<>me companies and ex-
I walked about and repeated to himself the laying hens,-[Farm and Fire.id. exposure: : to the sun.
never lost a roll call or mls *d a battle or isting of In
statistician the world has had 2550 old supplies water Florence,
sonjtI straggled on a march. I remember that after -
: A handkerchief in the hat '
Kings or Emperors who have reigned feel like on who tread alone, ate. a nard day's march Colonel Tower called ---- damp or, and recommended' that all visitors

He say b* visited the wmeold courthouse up his companies to see bow, many mmb CLOD CRUSHER. In the absence of that a handful of sliould only drink bottled water If
over seventy-four peoples. Of those bAd, and when be called for Company I.
where he used to Qtra-tt Andrew *
see An efficient crusher"
presiding "lump or grass or a large leaf, will da much to
poor'meek-hearted,sore-foo'ed Jonas stepped they do not desire to contract
800 were overthrown, were and when he heard Tivmb and typhoid
sixty-four Stephens and Howe Cobb and Bill Taocysp forward and saluted the colonel "Where I* "clod crusher" may be made of plauk protect the head from the influence of
fever.A .
forced to abdicate, twenty-eight committed ak. H. attended the oM time barbecue your company" said the coloneL J" na*
> 4 to 4 1-2 feet long mid 7 or' 8 inches the sun's and will com
rave anotharaalut* and meekly said: I lab rays, promote
suicide became and heard the band play Old Dan Tucker. novel house stove Is being need In
twenty-three der TtoirpDy. lie dla not t* the war
He went coon hunting wi'h tt* young men go wide, spiked on to side pieces 6 or 6
from or for glory but from a .en** England. The is
mad imbecile 100 killed In courage: fort.Do grate swung on
or ; were and belted to hold the dog while the darkleewere Cut
of duty. That duty b* performed.-Bm.ABT. feet long. the side piece so alto
not allow the horses to at
cutting down the tree. He defend our stop trunnions and can be reversed. After
battle Conxtlutlon.NEWSYflLEANINQS.
123 by the tn Atlanta ,
were captured enemy ,
,
people from the dander that have to Ion allow the planks to be nailed on
< .
the
creek either to bathe or to drink
'-- fresh coal has been added at the
twenty-five were tortured to been heaped upon ham and says: "My relation top
to the school and its patrons and the like clapboards, lapping one or two aa they come in from work. Cool the reversal Is made and the
groen'coalI.
131 aisassinated and 108
death were .
outside public weN most pleasant and agree.hie. Inches. Allow the to
forward part
them off first and then there will be
were executed. There 1 Ie a quality of southern blond Enure, Ueb., Ifs Swiss town. no thus brought to the bottom The
whether derived from Huguenot or Cavalier turn up about like a well-made stone
danger of injury, and both the drink
.. FjUJfOJC claim 1,000,000 Socialist consequence Is that the gases from the
which give them a boa Itality unkuo n In
The growth of Canada is shown In the north-a cord'al welcome and a sociality CuvjUtUTD 20,000 Bohemian. boat, and affix rings for attaching the and the bath will do them good. coal, passing upward through the red

the remark ,of a bank manager at a to In which speaking we are of strangers.slavery h* says, "I ban Tin OnlteJ State have 830,000 Swlst.ABUOMA team. Tho size and thickness of stock Do not set out plants, as celery and portion of the fire, 'previously at the
baa be to the work
Association. 'VarIed
recent meeting. lie said "Thirty ran them sold on the block and at administrators' a Beekeepers' may according late cabbage during the heat of tho bottom, are almost entirely consumed
sales for division, but I never wit Tat rioe crop Is reported above the aver expected of it and the team that can
five years is not a very long time In nested any such scenes .* are dejected laUnole age. day. Get a better force of hands and before reaching the chimney.

the history of a country. But I have Tom's Cabin and kindred work of FLOOD at Toyama.; Japan, damaged nearly be used In drawing it A yoke of go at it the latter part of the afternoon.It The .
of
action. Th suggestion of humanity UCOO houses. horses difficulty distinguishing certain
oxen or a pair of heavy
seen, the deposits of Canada grow and self-Intereet were a* rife la stave U will prove the cheapest, way even forms
Own FORKS, North Dakota i* building of comatose sleep from
In free territory. e would work one five feet wide and six ,
from 115,000,000 on the best day of a wheat palace. If you have to pay more for the labor. actual death has
While this happy reunion wa going on It suggested all sorts ofIngenious
1855 to $220,000,000 on the boat.Jay occurred to me that it had been about two FBAHCB 1* accumulating gold to pay .for feet long while one four by four feet If digging potatoes for: market tests such
American wheat.FOKKST any as holCing a
bandied and since UlltonsalJ. would be for
'* forty yea's heavy enough one good
of 1890. Evidently the financial' "1'11 aoe bath her victories no less renownedthan and grass fire ban don great now, do not leave them lying in the looking glass in front of the nostrils,
condition of tho country on our northern war." It has been over unit hundred dancage in California.Taca horse. Or the (driver might ride upon
sun to turn and spoil both .
green appearance or forcing of water the
yean slnoe Ben Franklin (.Id. "Than never ar* eleven cable running from the one of light weight and In a soil that against
border, comments the New Orleans was a gout war nor a bad peace" This United State: to Kurope: and quality. Put them iu closed eyelids. A still more decisive
Times-Democrat is far 55 n.* to be the common verdict of mankind needed but little work to pulverize it
from being
THI blueberry crop of New Hampshire boxes or baskets at once and keep covered experiment consists
and yet as long a*the devil run 1 wee thenwill it might do sufficiently good work however ; lit Injecting
desperate. be la fact I don't know but has been aa enormous one.
wan. until they can be carried to collar l- the pale skin of the
that then would be torn if the devil wa RAIN bat ceased In India and crop prospects without' added weight. For tho mere upper arm
dead for we are taught to callers that there are again growing worm. or storeltouso. with a solution of ammonia. If a spark
The commercial the soil and of
enormous development M suctt a tD'OC"original sin, wtucto Ute tlev 1 jacking breaking
of the United States: can bo inferred U nurse luto total depravity. the Tat United permanent State tau tramp been *stlmat population.l at
from the growt't of the post- good Nevertheless that we can, It out ia our of the duty*vll to get all the than a roller. A soil which 1* the hay or harvest field and take a the appearance of a red spot
know what
office butineis. Take for instance us.good In U if fact there w*was woull no evil harJJy We wouldraten RIP bring: .n news from of South large crops and Central and< great America pre>*- mostly clay will need one of heavier little of the juice occasionally.: It will The recent Improvement made In

the New York office IU receipts >y health U there was no sicknes*. W.WiWdea' parity. weight than sandy loam. Like rollIng relieve thirst better than water, and is photography and use In astronomy

during (the ?year ending March :Slit adversity.enjoy And so prosperity tf then had If there bn no wet war no vegetauie PaovTSlO-t! have dealer never been aay so that plentiful fruit and or the use of this implement work much more healthful. Ono should not has proved most valuable to tho studyof

last were $6,363,383: an increase of w* would bare no reunion of the old sol 10 cbeap. up the soil so that the plant roots can drink cold. water crtpioutly when over that science. A dry plate can be
dlers. no ....-&D, greetings, BO campftr anecdote JACOB STBXUC the oldest to heated.
man Penneyl'ranie It in their search for food exposed for a suitable length of time
1515,310 over the preceding year; no thrilling recollections; in fact, diaJat Uniootown a Sew day. ao, penetrate

Chicago's receipts were $3,422,406an w* wouldint b* anv eloquent b* her..-t al.,.and.. and.there wont woulJwt vf- aged 1CW years.QXLCS and after sowing it presser the soil Never attempt to fatten the pigswhile in the telescope and the image thus

increase of $308,405: while Philadelphia all, nothing to eat and hurricanes along the Bp>>wth down to the seed, giving A better the mercury i* up about the obtained will contain the details of a
Ver frequently w* are asked question by eoast have wrecked many vessel*and causedktrioos
Boston St. Louis and Washington our children or the youth of this generation damag chance for germination a dry seasou. ulneiles. They will be warm enough nebula eveu where the amount of

showed increases respectively of concerning the war that we cannot answer. EKOLA.ITD U now suffering from the potato .-[Boston Cultivator, wIthout the feeding of heating foods, light would be imperceptible to the
How many soldier did Georgia tend to the blight, which caused ao much distress in Ira I
3189.072, $12 ,UO, $100,410 and wart Haw many wen knot In battle ordered land last winter situ besides, it I I. easier to make Increased naked eye, thus producing an 'Image

in the aarvlcet How may died in Tea flnancial crisis la i becoming weight ly rather than far useful and
$103,200. San Francisco's receipts prison HAW many ban since dUU; Host Portugal now TO MANAGE MILLET. growth more accurate than

were $731,077. an 'Increase of $14,192. of the** thing ar gns..*dai Only a few hem aou circulauou.to. Gold and silver have dbappoarej Allow me to call the attention of by laying: on of fat in very hot weather, : could ever be obtained by a drawing.An .

p.month n Ion ago the our confederate legislature' widow. deU,>mined and the to Toss Attorney-General of Texu has d. your readers to tho importance of a as It i II likewise in midwinter. w

The Superior Court of New York rouimlttee had no data to go by and eueawd rtd schools"l that of the nuns State.: may teach tn the public crop which may be sown early or late If there are any weed in the lawn : Accomplished Xecromaneer.
and
then was gums six hundred flit;. ant
has affirmed a judgment for $136.67 so thee v<4'tl them f 100 a p eo and appropriated Tee catch of Irish mackerel this :rear hi* with just as good success as any other that you are especially desirous of There 1* a Makate witch doctor In

obtained by Clarence A. I'araoul.. 103 OUQ to pay It. But moat of the fallen off on* halL bit feared the Fro wow crop* own or planted at any time killing but which have erelotlre'pro the'vicinity of Pretoria who puU the
: vhodideut
committee wars youugi-a men will be ttltiuiatolr: dattroyedL
against Charles Koblnsou for breach kuow how lone a o.- ederat. wUow. lived TRB tottot powder with the army twdve- Such a crop U millet one of the most ,. J obstinate cut them off Just below famous Indian jugglers completely In

Of cotttract. Parson agreed to watch *I H hey aaily aay now U she that liveS over four in Carroll thuusani county.havebees hob breach loa Jla;rid at Bandy uook, K.J Important of our annual grasses. It the crown while the weather is the shade. An eye-witness who has

the stock market for Robinson end beard from and 110 cf them are frulu .. vas not woolly satisfaetvy. may be sown auy time during the hot and dry and let the do tbe adopted the Christian faith, stoutly
U grain sun
Taste of
that the
Carroll and half the cuuaIy.beard from. danger price
let him know. when there was a good Now then only Ia raw eipUukUxo fur this. may be forest so high*to curtail tae ooonunptiod spring after the ground get warm rest The treatment is almost as effectual avers, and he says no missionary will

thing. They were to divide the profit Those were g>m* women who see t their bus- in European eountriea until the middle of June, and if the with weed. a* with convince him that be is wrong, that
band t J the war. HJo and flit, and whip 0. 8. CAitPBiu.by feating Hobartwin- grass.
Parsons on October\ 5, 1886 told them y&ukev" thty said "I U run the farm Br of the All CornerToaols Touruamea season 1* favorable a good crop maybe [American Agriculturist. the doctor threw an ox hide in the air

Robinson to buy 500 reorganization and like care of th* children until you com at N.wporrL.: retain the champioosaia secured by sowing on wheat ground and It remained suspended to nothing
back." Game women are like chlok. of Amoriea r
t,11I0' the Texas Pacific' lUUroad, and game Car after harvest. It from any cause Slight Difference ef and without support several feet
-'bey live a. long Urn*- aa for THB annual report of the Bureau of 6tatlsUos Oploloa.
and be did so. The Investment was roll having eo many it we because Sherman of Labor in Massachusetts shows" that you have failed to get a good "I duu't meet you at Miss Srelte's: from the ground so that men sat beneath
ran all the WOOMO and children oat of this the Invested inJmtrie
capital la amount to
*
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profitable but Robinson refused to region and they ;juat drcovaa r la Car *:3D 1,830,*0, stand of oats turn the ground any more." iu shade. This occurred la

divide, Judge GUJertleeve writing of roll hiding, wner vUiM* u..n., and..after no the war they a was heap FUAb dame tn the salt of the owner of again and cow mHiet If owing to ''No; she and I have had a differ- broad daylight, and a cumber of natives

the general term opinion, says: "Re- too there poor... to get but .grit, u4 they ate for the the steamship sinking Iberia of Sue aninat Iberia the by the(Cuoar Cmbriala line wet weather or any other cause, you once of opinion." saw It along with bin The same

Ikble Information as to facts upon Tb*1.trouble that now oanoernthUgl-. lSddsl owe the Ibaria's owaors 1301I,, : :.etMss. do not gel all your corn planted In "Nothing serious, I hope" doctor also took one of the slender

which the future price of a stock tare Is bow to get oat of the sure. for they damage time to be reasonably sure of a good 'OU. no; only I thought I was the Kaffir needle and balanced a mtalle-
would bate paoeiooetl. these widow 1100 a piece JOH 13aaq'of Youngstown, Ohio
depend f JI a enffiolent considers.ttoe sad It will tab half a miiton: \ doOar a year Joat her 1A eye saw time dao and wail crop a few acres may be sown to mil- man she ought to marry and she pap pot OB It while ho made fir* beneath -

to uphold a contract: In relation' to to pay'". iUn.tiag in to*yard star oUMr day nr rignty lot. No crop will produce more f'IIIJ thought I wuu't.-CIJIe. and boiled his meu.TraDlnalSoatla
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Sow tUr" tie soaa fnot tnat w*do not .bra from its aookM nexWing bar*nUrely I
sash! stock. tan to gtnr *4. Vor tmUrin_* w* know blind from Sten.aa ettgt U wtiii ah*ale ( Africa) Star.
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IaikirULt) TALMAGE.mvoros nnlvli hli ntsro.wiprt out, but hisj>onahl i there were no eternity! strive to bra( < her 'SA "F1'IB .
morale an t his prospects for twa worHs into the klnedontot God,.1 did tbe other daya I [ '
this and tbe next. And devils mat a ban tUbbth-: school teacher who' was the means Twenty Excellent Bargains in Real !!I .
mvoros gnat ot Ere ant fill their cupt of call" and I of the conversion daughter'ota Intra of : x
$ suN' rinx deep to the health of the oU merchant I Immense wealth, and the daughter resolved : Estate on Indian Klwr, FU.No. .

:DAY BEIIBION.ftaheott who swallowed up the young merchant who to join the church, and she went home of Section 24 "
1. of sej bS.
.. The
nw J KYl: :
got stuck on spring goods and went down. and said, "Father im going to join the OF ALL .
That is one way, and some of '""''u have tried church, and I want you to come. "Oh t 27, sr 87 e--40 acres, on peninsula opposite "
.,,. Things Which lien and it. T. no," ha said "I never ro to ebtlrolLw, itelborne; pronounced by county

Women May Do." But there Is another way. That young Velln said the daughter, "if I were going surveyor to be an excellent piece ot pines
merchant who found that he bad miscalculated to be married would you not go to sea me apple land. Price, $20 per acre. Adjoining VAULTS
in laying In too many goods of one married* And heal, "Oh, yes." "\VeU." laud is' selling at from $50 to BANK ,
fast ." she Hthls is of mora importance than
: Tin f'OPl.It do know ttrfr ,
Jtln& and been flung of the unusual season, tail "
God Aa7J k atf'Ollg OM do. Ioit.."-Dan* $715.'
tai sal..82, is blue stan'ilnf and biting behind, his tna finger counter nails, feeling or looking very) &o he went and has gone aver since, and No. 8. Lot 4 of section ,24. t 87, r 40e. VAULT DOORS
,
loves to I do not know but that faith Lucie .
go. Fronts north shore of BU
Antiochat Eptphanes the old sinner, came over his account books which read darker sared on
Babbath-aohool
down three! times with hit army to desolate and worse every time he looks' them, and but saved teacher not There; only be river, 79 87-100, acres{ price, |23 pet
a ,
woman a man.
the Israelites ndrancing one time with a thinking how his young wife will have to be may of acre. CELL WORKS : ,
in this audience, gathered from alt purrs RAIL AND ;
hundred and two trained eleph-mtMwineinj put in a plainer house than aha aver expected STEEL l
the world there- mar be a man WHOM behavior N*. 8. Lot 4 of seo 83, t 87, r 40 e,
their trunks this war and that, and sixty to live In, or go to a third rate boarding toward womanhood baa been per.* 65 63-100 acres half mile front on south .
two thousand infantry and six thousand '
and
house where they have touh lIvor fldioua. Repent! Stand up, thou masterpiece .Excellent land. CONSTRUCTION.. '
IMPROVED
cavalry troops and hreal shore of St. Lucie river OF
they wen sour five morning out of the seven. of sin and death that 1 may charge ,
,
driven back. Then the second time. he An old merchant in and. : $25 ,
comes says I you! As far as possible make repara':do. per acre. '
advanced with seventy thousand armed "Well, Joe, this has been a hard season tor Do not bout thai you have her in your No. 4. Lot 1, 79 80-100 acres; I lot 8, "C'.n 1'1' x: S'EX' I '::0'' ., P
third men and bad been again defeated. But tha young merchants, and this prolonged cool power and that she cannot help herself. '71 90-100 acres; lot 8, 83 IrMOO acres; Tel T x: 3V* .A. 0? ,,3a :IF' I *
time he laid
navy of Rome came successful In with siege the until flash the of I weather have been has thinking put; many of In you the a doldrums good deal, and of When that fine collar and cravat and that ail in seo 26, t 87, r 40 w. Each lot has I Oa all klnda of Fire and Burglar Proof Work, :, I, i
their long banks of elegant suit of clothes comes off and youruncovered of mile front St. Lucie river
ours and demanded late, for just after I started in businessI quarter a on ,
that the siege be lifted. And Antiochus into the Now if soul stands before God, you will extensive
the
once got same scrape. and adjoins pine-apple .i
be better off if that
woman.
Eplpbanes said he wanted time to consult there is anything I can do to help yon There is another you exploit save you can do and plantation of Tyndall & Dyer. The DXEBOJ.'Q SAFE & LOOX'C'OOMPANV: ,
with bill friends about it and
PopUius, one out I will do
of'the Roman gladly it. Better just Ipnt that Is to save a child. A child does notseem threo lots hare a combined froutige 't>f
embassadors took tall '
and made a circle on the ground, a around and those next goods season out of we sight,will for plan the present, to amount to much. It is nearly a three quarters 6f' a mile on Tory tout S \!/
old before it walk at all. For the :
something can
Antiochus Eplpbanea, and compelled him to about them. 1 will help you to year water, and being shunted on the .
word.
first and a half It cannot speak a IEliIirTER' ... "
decide before he came out of that circle; that you can sell for me on commission andI For the year first ten it would starve if It shore of the broad St. Lucie, aro absolutely wvii .. '
whereupon he lifted the siege. Some of the years ::
will go down to one of the wholesale houses frost $20 ": J/.
Hebrews had submitted to the invader, but and teU them that I know and will back bad to earn its own fool. For the first fifteen free from danger per "J{" .
you its opinion on any subject is absolutely for these three lots In a body or :
of years
Borne them resisted, valorously, as did and if want few dollars to acre 'l
you up you a *
Blester when he had swine's flesh forced into bridge over the present I can let you have valueless. And thin there are so,, 123 per acre for either lot separately. STIR/IE.El]! ;: ;
his mouth fort it out, although he knew he them. Be as economical as you can,, keep a many of them. My, what lots of children! I This is aa exceptional: bargain.A better 70 :3D .A. TT N'E 1.
must die and did die for it; and other? And some people ha ve con tempt for children. i i
to '
stiff and
remember amount required
haystwo the
lip, that than
upper you Investment _
as my text says, did exploits.: They are good: for nothing but to wear out (NEAR BROADWAT) -
rfends> God and myself. Good morning and break and keep secure and tap on a homestead at
An exploit I would define to be an hereto the carpets things you prove ,
act, a brave feat a great achievement awake nights crying. Miami, and is pot dependent n prospective ; '
Aha old
: merchant and
"Well. you say; "I admire such things, but young man goes behind geM bis away desk and the the Well, your estimate ot a child Is quite and perhaps long delayed satisfactory New York City.1 "
there fa no chance for ne \mlne is a IIOrtof different from that mother's estimate who facilities. .
tears roll down hi. cheeks. It Is the first transportation
humdrum life. If I Antiochus lost her child this summer. They took!: It
Epiphanes to fight I alw....mld an do exploits.' time ha has cried. Disaster made him mad to the salt air of the seashore and to the, No. 5. Lot 1 of tOO 80, t 87. r 40 e., 21 lug 91-18. mo. t.'

You are right, so far as great wars are at everything this and mad at man and mad at tonic air of the mountains, but no help 44 110 ticron", on south shore of St. Lucia J. ,;l .'\
txmcemed. There will probably be no opoI'Ortunity God. But kindness melts him, and the came, and the brief paragraph of Its liCe iaended. 'river. Quarter, mile deep'water front 1 ttl
tears to relieve his brain and his
to seem Suppose that life could be restoredby '. it,'
distinguish yourself In bat tiel.
The moat not the spirits rise from ten below zero to eighty purchase, how much would that bereaved (25 per_acre A Al. ,, s
brIgadier of
this country: would never generals have been in the shade, and he comes out of the mother givef She would take all Ho. 0. Lot S'ot leo BU, t u/. r *i e. a specialty this ....on of what. .e: ,, ;

.Heard, of had it. not been for the war. crisis. tbe jewels from bar fingers and DOCK: ana Half mile ot rivet front, :on north shore 'UU\, are mklna
Neither will you probably become a great About three years after this young merchant bureau and put them, down. And if told of St. Lucle Fiver 40 MO acres, at |23 we ball our PARAGON; HARL E SS. s 1 i u*
Inventor. Nineteen hundred iON into the old merchant store and that that was not enough she would take .
and ninety- "Well oH friend I this per acre Made of,the FINEST STOCK and the very .
nine out of two thousand inventions says: ray was her house and make over tha deed for it.
found in the every patent office at Washingtonnever morning thinking over what you did for me and If that! were not enough she would call Bargains Nos. 8, 8, 4, 5 and, contain- I I BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness
yielded their authors enough three years ago. You helped me out of an In all her investments ant put down all her fog in the aggregate '488 01-100 acres ,
to pay for the expenses of securing money the awful crisis iu my commercial history. 1 morfaraicea and bonds and If told that were will be sold in a body at $IIS per acre. cannot be bought for lea than $25. .

patent. So you will probably never be a &e earned pallor wl has! lorn.gone nrosm out>or rltv my has wfTe's come chao and s, not enough aha would siyl "I havs made This is a good chance to make! 100 pel at retail. But w* are willing I e r: ""t

Morseor, an Edison or a Humphrey much and the roses that were there when courted over all my property, and if I can have that cent in less than twelve months.No. In order to Introduce It, to \" l' '"' '
or an Eli Whitney There is not her in her father's house have child back I will now pledge that I will toll '
of 25 t 87 r 40 o '
7. Lot 1 ,
lee ;
probability that you will be the one out of and my business is splendid, bloomed.g.lnl with my own hands and carry with my own SELL ONE SET ONLY ,6O .e? a .,
the hundred who achieves extraordinary, ought to let you know thatyouavedaman shoulders in any kind of hard work and live 24 78-100 acres, and lot 2 of same Ire, $ 0s, -=e tt
as as
success in'commercial or legal or medical In a short; time after the old merchant in a cellar and die In a garret. Only give 21} acres. One is on the north and the to one person a \ 1 ;
or) literary spheres What then Can you who had been a good while shaky in his me back that; lost darling r other on the south shore of St. Lucie ample for ;;t "' ":.

have no opportunity do exploits I am limbs and who had poor spells, is called to I am glad that there are those who know river. Each lot has a quarter of u mite "' '1 "\? "
going to show that there are three opportunities leave the world, and one morning after he something of a value of a child. Its possibilities in $f 6.60. A.V .. -e.\: i e...A.. ." :. acre .
.
open that are grand thrilling far had read the twenty-third Psalm about mrs tremendous. What will than frontage on deep water. $30 per y .. ..... k d're, e
reaching stupendous and overwhelming. "The Lord is my shepherd," he closes his bands yet dor Where will those feet ye'walk' separate lot., No reduction if both lots ( o.va..Ot>> \ "[ ", ;.e .

They are before you now. In one K not all eye on this world, and an angel who had Toward what destiny wilt that never ar" taken r.No c< *? W ? :
three ot them you may do exploits.: ; The been for many years appointed to watch dying soul betake itself r ttbali:: those lips bathe 8. Lot 8 of sea 24-31 80-100 acres & o. ?, 1
three greatest things on earth to do are to the old man's dwelling cries Upward the throne of blasphemy or benediction half milo front on St. Lucie river: and () ,4- \id'4 >>:"' "'
save a man, or save a woman, or save news that the patriarch's spirit Is about.- Come chronollglstaand calculate the decadeson ; '1' 6" f :
cending and the twelve angels who keep the decades, the cennrio4 on centuries, of its lot 4 of sec 8ff, t 87, r 40 e-77acres, ; 1yt' ddt,:, o jd o iJ1'j' ',,,,A".
During the coarse of his life almost twelve gates of heaven, unite in crying down lifetime. Ou, to save a child! Am I not also fronting on St. Lucia river. $23 per +' 't" .
very man gets Into an exigency, is caught to thlll approaching spirit of the old man right in putting'that among the great ..xplottl' acre for either or both lots. f t P";

between two fires, is ground between two "Come in and welcome, for it has been toldall ,Ho.- 0. ,Lot 4 of leo 23, t, 87, r 40 e, .. "' ( .. ".", .
millstones, sits on the edge of some precipice over these celestial lands that you saveda But what are you. gotn; to' do, with those mile : BS 16-100 acres with quarter fronton m: ; Jem -j it
or in some other way comes near demolition. man." children who are worse off thin if their : $s
It may be a financial or a moral Then sometimes come exigencies: In the father and mother hid diet the daY tair 'St. Lucio river' ; excellent land; $25 .
or a domestic or a social or political exigency. : Ute of a woman. One morning a few years were tarn riiera are taut or tanutai': oc per acre.

You sometimes see It in curt ago I saw la tbe newspaper that there was a such. Their parentage: was ajalnit then.' 'Kc10.. Lot 4 of lea 8, t 89, r 41 e, 8k
rooms ,A, young man has got into bad young .omanin New York whose pocket- Their D"rne" against tnem. Ths struoura 04-100 with halt mile frontage on
company and he has offended the law, and took, containing thirty-seven dollars and of their skulls Is against; the n. Tiiolr nerves acres, '
be is arraigned. All blushing and confused hirty-three cent, had been stolen, and she and muscles ODntinainito t by the ins! 'witty' toutu piong of Bt. Lucie'rivrr, opposite THIS IS ONE OF THE, 4O ,STYLEO WHICH WE'MAKE '

be I. in the presence of Judge and jury and had been left without a penny at the begin or dissoluteness o( their ptr.'}*s; they are and tuuth-westerty from Bewey Bros ... o
lawyers. Be can be sent right on in the ning of winter in a strange city and no practically at th:If birth Ul'l, out 'on' a plantation; superior quality of land, I.. C,, fl
wrong direction. He is feeling disgraced and work. And although she was a stranger, I plank in the middle 0: the Atlantic Ojaan, known mold Indian field and C)
be is almost desperate. did not allow the 9 0'clock mall to leave the in an equinoctial gals an t told to mueror: campground .. ...;;. :v,
: Let the district attorney overhaul him as lamppost on our corner without carrying IhoreVht;b do with Semis the question Price $25 per acre >0:
though he were an old offender; let the the thirty-seven dollars!: and tirty-three often asked. No. 11. Bd i of sw i of sea 2 t 88,' r t z CD,

blest attorneys at the bar refuse to say a cents and the case was proved genuine. There Is another question quite gout .41, e, on louthside of Bt Lucie dyer, two 'Oan. !,:.,
word for him because he cannot afford Now, I have read all tjhakespe&re's: tragedies nent and teat; is, What are they hundred yards back from river; excellent "tD qrs.
considerable-fee; let the judge give no opportunity and all Victor Hojo's tragedies, and do with ui t They will ten or eleven yean land. Jonls of 0 K ...
for presenting the mitigatingcircumstances all Alexander Smith's:: tragedies, but I from now, have as many Totes as the same pineapple ptantatiun z !' Z
hurry up the case and bustle never- read a tragedy more thrilling than number of well born children and they will ,Wood. Price $7.30 per acre. 05' '.ZrG
,Mm up to Auburn or Blnj tang If be live that case, and similiar cases by the bun- hand this land over' to the anarchy and political No. 12. Pineapple land. Lot s 9 and .. ,

seventy years,,'for seventy years he will be I Ire Js and thousands in all our large cities. damnation just as sure as we neglect n e i of so J of tee 13, t 87, r 40 e, 03 ,Ijt-. la z'.
a criminal,' and each Decade of his life Young women without money and with. them. (Suppose we each one of us save a boy, and Held of )0 .' '
,will be blacker than its predecessor. In the out home and without work in the great or..a girl. You' can do ft. Will youlIwill. 'acres, Including: a clearing i f-

interregnums of prison life he can get no maelstroms of metropolitan life when :.10,000. pineapples set out,' on north fork :) *' &
work and he Is glad to break a window glass such a case comes under your observation How shall: we get ready for on. or allot i ot.s. Lucle river Price $1,000 Very, W. fa S
,abiow up a sale or play the highwayman : bow do you. treat it? ''(Jet out ot my way. these three "ac,lolUf We shall ranks a little waste 11\1111.111 the tract., No.'I 10/5. STAR GEAR SPINDLE BODY. e'
8G.. to get back within the walls where he We have no room in our establishment for dead failure It la our own strmirth we try' : No lit. Lot 4 of sec ,14, containing > MATWLU.WOOD nHUUI Ol fUWTMO.. .
can get something to eat and bide himself any more hands. I don't believe in women soave a man or woman or child But; my, Cheap '
Honor.
Built different from WesternWork.
from the gaga of the world. anyway. They are a lazy idle, worthiestset. text suggest where wa are to get equipment 83 acre; and lot 2 of sea 2U: ,' containing on Entirely ... '
.Why don't his father come and help him! John, please show this .person out tJ "fhs people that do know tuelrOod 70 acn s; all in 129, r 88 e. Very fine Live Dealers wanted. Territory given.'; ;
Bill father is dead. Why don't bis mother the door." shall be I'tr04f an t do cplolts.: Wa hammock, situated( 'opposite Mtcco, on -**- ,,' ,
come and help him She 1s dead. When Or do roc compliment her pm! -total apMaranoj muse know Him through! Jaw Christ In the peninsula free from frost.. Etch lot
all tne and influences salvation and then shall! hive ; KIN QIVIA STURTEVANT' : & LARRABEE
are ameliorating salutary and say things to her which If any our own wa has of mile river grunt Tim .,
of society They do not touch man said to your sister or daughter; you Ills help In the salvation of other. And a quarter .
him. Why did not some one long ago in would kill him on the spotr That f. OUt while you are SAving strangers you easy land is bounded on the north by the recent : ClRR11GE lID SLEIGH BWLDERS @.:. : "
the case understand that there was an onportnnity way and It is tried every day la the lance save some of your own klu, You tnlnk purchase of 8. F. Glbbs from Jno. v ._
for the exploit; which would be cities. and many! ot those who advertise your brothers ant sisters an I children an 1grandchildren 'V.Bard, and is about half a mile qorth of FU OATALOQUPH. '
famous In heaven a quadrillion of yean for female hands in factories and for all safe, but they are not the celebrated place of Smith Bros. BEND FOR DINCHAMTON, N. Y. I
after the earth has become scattered ashesIn governess. in families have prove 1 them dud, and no one Is safe till be is dead. Ou ,\' ,
the last whirlwind Why did not the salves unlit to be in any plane outdle ol) the English coast there was a wild storm One of the finest bodies of Ian I liD the

district attorney take that young man Into hell. But there Is another way and I saw and a wreck in tics offta?, sad the cry wes county, excellently adtpted for the culture ", ------.------ :
his private office: and say I "My son I see It one day in the Methoiut Book Concern "Una the lifeboat But Harry the usual of oranges, lemon. vegetables orplaeApplt" .' :i t.
that you are the victim of circumstances.This In Mew York where a young woman ap- leader of the sailor's crew, WM not to be .. This uluce will not stand otj
. is your Ant crime. Yon are sorry. I pies for work, and the gentleman in tone found, and they want without; him and books days quick. WE ARE IN THE LEAD : y<: :J :, C
,will bring the person yon wronged into and manner said substance "My daub brought back all shipwrecked people. but our many Speak .
Tour presence and you will apologise and tee waeraoloy! women here, but I do not Either lot separate $27.50 per acre, or 'VEiIIOLE.t':
:
make aU the reparation you con, and I will know or.nJ' vacant place In our depart one.By this tine Barry, the lads of 'the $25 for the whole,trsor.N : FOR FINE QUALITY AND ,STYLE OF SPRINQ

give yon another chance." Or that; young uient. You had better inquire at snot an4 crew, appeared and said, "Why dll you ... 18. house and lot In Titusville, MONEY .. '
man is presented in the courtroom and he such a place,.and I hope you will bj successful leave that; one!" The answer was, "He at the corner of Palm and Jnli street THE HOST, FOR THE IS OUR MOffO "-
has no friends present and the judge says in getting; sonetbing ft> d). Here is inj could not help himself at all, and we could '
"Who is your counsel' And he answers, name, ant tell them I sent you." not get; him into the boat," "Mm the lift- adjoining residence of Wm. &1. Brown BEST oNE'bl: F:
"I have none." And the judge says, "Who The eiutarrassei anrbu'11' ilatetl woman boat!" shouted -.'and w' will go for Comprises a lot 75 by 98 and the house U ,

,will take this young man's ease'! seem iI to give way to Christian confldsnce. that one." "No," all his a{",t mother! of new style, nicely finished and good as MATERIAL ? CATALOGUES'
And there is a dead halt,and no one offers She:: started out with a hopeful look that I standing by "you most noi go. I 10.0' Dew Cost $1,800 to build. Known as OUR
and after awhile the ju-lje;:: turns to some attorney think must; have won for her a pace! in your lather In a storm like this, and your | Bottom '
who never had a in all his which to earn her bread. 1 rather brother Will went off six year ao and: I the iluckabsy residence price AND
life and never will, and whose alvocaoywouU think that considerate and UnrlsUaa gen. have not beard a word fro a Will' since he 1200. .
be enough to secure the condemnation Jemin: navel a woman.; New YorK anl left, and 1 don't know where ha U, poor Will, Tto. 14.. House and lot corner of Pine WORKMANSHIP FULLY.ILLUSTRATES ,
of Innocence itself. And the professional Brooklyn ground u? last year about thirty and I cannot let you a.to go for I a-o old and DeSoto streets, just north of the .
incompetent crawls up beside the bounn-I: young woman< and would like to and dependent on you." His reply was, home of George W. Martin. Very largelot : fiJ
prisoner helplessness to rescue despair. grind up about a* many this year. Out; of "Mother, I roost go and save. that! : one man,
where there ought to te: a struggle among all that ioniC prooass.oD of women who and it I am lost End will take cars of yon in ; small, but well built house, only
all the best men of the profession. to who march on with no hops for this world or the your old day." Bni-lie I a few weeks ago. Cost over WINS. OUR LINE.tJ )

should have the honor of trying to help that next, battered and bruised mitt scu3.il ac, The lifeboat put out, and after an awful $300. Plastered throughout, and has .
unfortunate. How much would snob aa attorney and flung off the pr.clpioa, not ODe but struggle with the saa they plska the poor fireplace and chimney. Price $100. SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATT JTIOK.. .
have received.his fee for such alt mlzhs: ; nave been save I for looms ant Oo3and : fellow out of the rigging lust in time to
advocacy Nothing in dollars, but much bnavan. But goo 1 men an t Kool wain- save Us life, and started' for tha shore. No. 15. House and lot fronting on A SAMPLE JOB WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT ouR
in that kind of business Ala distance Broad street in Tltusville, Just east ol .
; within
very war in a oonsciooantss that en are not As they came speaking
would make his happy brighter, and his for that poor thing: Nothing but the thread Harry cried out. "We saved. him, andtall the home of W. R. Knox. Fronts 50 WORK IS THE WORK: TO BUY. : r ';

s own dying pillow sweeter, and his own of that sewing girl's needle hall her, and mother it was brother Will." Oh, feet on railroad. Two houses on the lot;

heaven happier-tha consciousness that he the thrA1 broke. res,my friends, let us start out; to save someone property now rented to good teoant, at )
11411aydamaul: I have' heard men tell In pub'lo! discoornwhat for time and for eternity, some man, BRIDGEWATER CARRIAGE"'CO.. -
month.f
So there are commercial exigencies.: AVery a man is, bu; what is a woman Until some woman, some child. And who knows $7 ptr Price; $275-a great bar. "
late spring obliterates the demand for some one shall give a better danattion, I will but;It may directly or indirectly, be the gain. ,RO.A-S'Ox-Hi: -V.A.. y '
spring overcoats and u and springpparal tall you what woman i*. Direct from God, salvation of oaa of our own kindred, and bo. 16. Fine block of hammock and
of an sorts llundrde ot thousands a sacred I nd delicate gift, with affections so that will be an exploit worthy ot coleuratiou pine, just north of town park; beautiful .
to that no measuring line short of that i the world UeU Is and -------- -- .
of people "it; seems w. are gong! great when Miiptrrecif for residence. Size 230 by 830
have no spring, and we straightout of the infinite God can tall their bound the sun has guns; oat Ilk. a Sjur-i: rows place ,
of winter into warm weather ant wean fashioned to refine and soothe and lift and smitten anvil, ant aU the! star are dead feet* Would make 14 good building '
: along without the usual spring at- Irradiate home aod society and the worl t. lots. Mora than half of this block Si '

tire.set Or there is no autumn weather, the Of such value that no one can appreciate; splendid oak and magnolia hammock. .Ji "'1 5-
beat; plunging into the cold and the usual unless his mother lived long .tonga to let Price, $U 1"
clothing which. is a compromise between lira ndantand it, or who in some great BALMACEDA OVERTHROWN ;
fftrnmor and winter is not require IS.. crisis of life when all elsa tailed im, bed a No. 11. Two good building lots opElite 1
makes a difference in the sale of millions wife to re-eoforea him with a faith In God the T1tuvill0 public school; ad. ..

and millions of dollars of goods, and som. that nothlnz could disturb And Valparaiso In the Hands o( property of O. E. Dskla; excel- "WANT A 'AGON ? :

ovcrsangntne young merchant is canght! Speak out, ya cradles and tall of the feet Congresslonallsts.> ( od. Size 00 by 103 feet.
of unsalable goods that; thai rocked and the anxious faces that
amount
with a vast you Price $125 each.
will never be salable again, except at prices hovered over you t Speak out ye nurserUi A Baa Francisco dispatch says: The No., 18, E i of nw 1 tad lot 1 sod I I.w.. rave wagons, buggies,:lumyj. High tray u Jb!, I t_
ruinously reduced. of all Christendom, and ya bonus, whathe firm of John D. Bpreckvls & Bro., of this durable '
The young merchant with a somewhat desolate or stU in full bloom with the fact city received the following cablegram of ace 17 181, s r 89 e. containing 144 ttyush, as txautl/uDy finished u modernized I

fruited capital in a predicant*nt. What i of wife, mother and daughter and help nu direct from Valparaiso, Chile, Friday acres Ines ball mils of river front, on on produce. Built on honor by men of life "

sbalI tfc.oij merchants do as they SM the to define wheat| woman '". But as geographers afternoon: "Opposition defeated. Valparaiso west side of river at head of Narrow, experience. Honesty i U our policy) prompt shipment our 1 .
la this awful crisis Rub their tell as that the depths of the w core' Bmrbrrls
:bands young and man laugh and sayt "Good for I him. spond with the heights of the mountains I is ia control of the ooocresiioa-- just below Bluff Good fringeof ,1pfdaIty. We want to know you. WriU ''?L posts you : 1"1

He might have known better. When ha han to tell you' that a good womanhood is .U.t," hammock front. Part marsh but nothing. May lead to business by and by. Send for our '

Has beta in business as long. we have he not higher np than bad womanhood .. deep Another telegram from Washington:; about 100 acres of good land in the tract. catalogue It Is free to reader ot this i t
will not load hill shelves la that way. Ha! down. The grander the palaea the more : .ActIDgSecretar1 of SUM Wharton Price, $2.000. every paper Dials '
Ha Ha will bunt np before long. -Ha had awful the conflagration that destroys It. aye also received the following No. 19. The north 48 acres of lot 1, tamtpo Wagon .Co., Bagfaamton, N. Y. ,
cablegram
his use to ours The grander the .tea_ Oregon tha more
no bur_ to open store so and of the of
ne J aw 0 t 27.
from Friday nights "A battle lot see r "
anyhow." BheruTs sale Bad flag in thwindows terrible her pint down Jastoff t e--. Valparaiso "BUILT FOR BUSINESS.
"How much is bid for ta_out Now I shoaVi not woofer if you trembled was ought near thU city Thursday morn 87 e. Price'$20 per acn. This land is r

of-fashion spring overcoats and spring half a little with a wow of responsibility og. To gorrrament>> forces were badly two miles of Eau Gallic, just north of
or fall dothfcag out of date What d< when I say' thai there is hardly a parson in beaten. Heavy loss on both sides. The ilorse Creek, and opposite Tropic; about
I Mar fa of Ud"Four! dos this house bat may have an opportonltr a of mil north of Oothen ,
theway quarter
a -. surrendered to the opposition but is post-
,lars. MAbsanL ol to save a woman. It may in your case be itT '1
I tale bid
cannot that financial the hands of sdmlralsot the American office lligh bluff front; deep water .
four dollars apiece. Why these cat done by good: advioa, or by help a ..
.
when fint put upon tha market were offered or by tryunr to bring to bear som oo* of a German, French and English fleets for close to shore Land in time vicinity j

at fifteen dollars each, cal now I am off end thousand Christian influwieas. U. for tnMance good order. No eommunlcMtlun with has sold within tbe past year at $75 per
ooly four dollars Is that ail Five dollar you A.I. woman in flnanetal die- The -
:iaotiago. oppomtfoaforces are DO"utaring 1(1'(
atw.No 'i.l
down in health and
do heart Urine at Shell Oooa as five tress and breaking the city." 90. Lpt 4 of sec 83, t 87, r41 "

dollars The ,young"and ha merchant takes the whole cobome tot that spirits that her trying husband to support ia. doad eras bar children invalid.doiag, now :McCawyConsulst., Vat paratl'a. e 77 acres; excellent pineapple land SU B S GUI BOED=:r/ j :'

night: ADd aays to hill wile "Well Mary hat vary important and honorable work Quarter mil front OB St.; Lucie river adJolnlog .

wa will have to move eat of this boose anti bas which is littla appnwiatal keapin* a Barbara 'J'r.tehSe. of Is plant tioo of Stewart (Oasling. I'P1* >
house, where all the gBsst.aoBOra. war fame the .bat of land <
eU oar piano. That oU merchant that boarJing for sal* on Bt Loci > 'tf.
ha bad ait evil eye on fata aver eiaoa 1 in?as they pay smjll board or) propose burled la the cemetery of the German river, at reasonable figure '

started baa. bought oat all that clothing, without payia any board al all. to oasavKara Reformed Church near ,Fradsrkk, Md. Terms on of the above half cash
say !'
to ;
cad. fa will have is and critic of everything ant band please .
rejuvenated, nazi Her grave te marked simply by a stone FOR:1THISP'AF.ER !
buy yourself la trying to get bar more Mw.e.Ia one two or tbrs yean al ,
yr yet is oo tha narfcaS .. new while wawiUdo :
that bean her date
watt if wa heap out of the patrons, and tU bar ot oirina "'lIl &tbT. D&I1Ie. age sad the : legal Merest, Correspond with-pa. .
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JT1TtT81'1LIA 25 battalloM or Infantry numbering 12MX Turner TASTE tlfTnrnfps tt1LE. soil, and increasing In.
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ItregUnenUof OSY&1'7 numbertno 9.S.V( contain essential oil have
1 I, FLORIDA., He Talks About tIe Reunions. of the n battalloiwof cavalry mprob-rlng 10,200. an you
I '. 1'eteran'' M eotnpanie of artillery numbering 4.EOO which lias & very strong odor. In well on of Stockholm

In the United Stales the annual production Making toW of 93-,350 process of digestion too, the sulphur and / a remedy foi "

a of has reached the enor- Three wire the original ro'miteera, and, contained. them produces compounds covering
paper A.n l. Changes of. Twelv there were aided to them by recruit,5,000, odor aud toe to }
Badus total of three billion pounds.Rfgntly the. Past making a total of 117,850. Hot' Including' which hare also a strong ;

9 ,Yeart -How Time I the b trout these odors are absorbed luto the ant. just hither. \'
Destroying Now, Ore-slith of an the COlI'eoterau be made
1. managed, believes tho San 'Sectional Aniomositiet. army.. Oeorgiashocedbee faith by hial and reaches the milk, giving it a together Geneva. bj

liraicjcoExaminor, a cropinsurancecompany fur wormuBat disagreeable flavor. This It ,readily
what proportion of all the soldier* till
could bo made an important Other Topic survive I* a question where gneo-lng I* In order discharged from the milk by a moderate : plant to : has invented a

force In improving the quality of, out them but fell It or U died on! record during that the war over, and 80,000 4 900 nf 'heat, and is prevented by feedingthe seed t to footsteps of

I firm I nil. It WM good to be then. Twenty y*.r. of them died In northern frlilon' I I* turnips immediately before or ity of :
probable that 40.000 bar tine died, and If
ago. a reunion of the soldier boy wa a litely that be a fair (new. then about one third of after the milking, as the odor escapes for spots on 175
t Dr. Oliver( Wendell Holmes hat rinB> lb''' greeted one another with toTconfeOerate: stet raves Theretran -
army *
says butt from the akin in the bushel ,
hilarity. They stepped around with a *are passing rapidly now and prseplratiou. as compared
away rery ,
It nine-tenths. of the medicines in the double tad joked and
quick iangbadaod we tee before u many an old soldier who amount
eheemd lmmnMlr. Most of t h. boys were will not attend reunion W :
into the many more *
'lr world were thrown ocean then between th rty end forty, but now they bar no pension year the part ; been etnploYed
I mankind. would be greatly benefited. are Bearing sixty, and theee .twenty yonmake to year bow many have fallenfrom tb. PIO-rEEDINO EXPERIMENTS.
a dUrerencBoIliDr'..* will change ...)*'. I believe. that pension roll would At different times daring the past grown of a West
t a man Anno Domini will telL The yearsare ten n*down hero though they do not seem secured
The population.of Wisconsin, Mln.nesoia all e wing thli way and every one stunoeaflot.oiuewhsre to show any death up north. I was talking year experiments were made at the three the ocean to

and the two Dakotas is largely Benwal I need to think tbat to Dr. Headen about it yesterday, and he New York station in feeding pigs on certain
Young the finest
was looking maa
a'd that men who lived on pension and the to one
made up of Germans and Scandinavi In the state, and wa getting the be t if the bounty of the government and had no rare some coarse foods that' are often re- transported

ODIt-AU'1\n-Englllh speaking people, him flthl at with this old reunion Father, and Time be, carried but I noticed can I did apprehension live about food and dothlnc, commended for twine. Sorghum and seed, ;
Well
naturally a long time. that t
according to tho Argonaut and limped. Old Anne Domini trnok him my recount for their not dying, but how marigolds gave promising result*,and, grown Invented for
on the hip, they ar. Host all of the vet- doait MwmnS. for the minil...T..-.1...._ be bloom,
ran looked older than usual-a little rtoopd They bare- ow.b u-.ieQ-1 Ddrfdti .:. as linseed and cottonseed meal can I dipping them

A philological statistician calculates "" little stiffer la the Joint At they tat and on the roll, just a* many a*the oonfed fed with them, it is thought they are the. does not
together In frnt of the speakers' stand they bad eoM their and
that in the j yenr 2000 there will be mule a goodly pttnre, and the picture erady lost about seven ers.hundred and thousand record lay during they worthy of a longer trial. No profit any fabric

1,700,000,00 people who speak English should hare how been taken.th How solid, how the war. Good precious, what a. record. was found In feeding corn ensilage, to ripen; But for some
thoughtful serene ylooked. A COD-- Three '
veterans helped to do It. They did able
,' and that other 'Europeanlanguages ctousnees of duty done wae let la every feature their full chars in swelling these t>*n lont to prickly comfrey'or clover in large come into

wilt be spoken by onfy boasting-no-..b.m0 they went repentance through the, no Area fear,and no to$100,000,000 be ashamed for of th.y.themselves... 18UL for They saddling ought' proportions. AH attempts to feed especially *

OOO<'OOOO people. were refined. You can tell a veteran when such a debt upon the country.Bus prickly comfrey profitably have been case
yon meet! him In the rod. It la said that the cliff* 'on
oughly
the
the lOCk"" they keep opening pension doorwider unsuccessful. Clover only fed |
Jerry Simpson, itatcemaB, lot k- was
and wider. A men can now get a pen- has of late
at
The New York Comerctal Ai. ed upon a gathering of Georgia farmen and don It he can't ere a* good or bear a* good or profitably when-It contributed less heavy
taldi toM)' frl'Ddl, this it the Brit time In walk be used to he will in loss and the
User notes that "Kentucky is.waking my life that I erer "stood op before a native .weer that* good he believe it cam, provided about by rearto than twenty-five per cent of the studied

np to aieallzallon.of the importanceof more American then audience.half the people Where are foreigner he came from If of his terviceln the ".r. The Youth's water-free food.. For a _short time in how .
Companion, of Boston, told n* not long ago in the : the era
public ednation, and the number of the institution of slavery: did our region no about a man applying for a pension beoau-e July and August two pens of pigs
other it did that. It well
as
and school is good kept the foreign he had recently cut hi* foot with an axe tint and let it ; ai
schools buildings'
new,, en away and It I. doing; It yet.' We are all be brought home from the And Were fed all the prickly comfrey they down.

rapidly increasing.1' on. people. -the descendants of revolutionarytlrea. another peper told of a soldier who army.recently would eat and a little cornmeal The and put ;

md protested Henator Ingallt version.bal He been down here died and had been drawing three pension. formed cent two ; of the Uni
con ought to barebeen for eleven He volunteered John comfrey over ninety per
Dalmaceda, tho President of Chill, baptised Just a*soon at he finished that year a* weather., proved bys
speech: ao ai to make bit slick. It TOnutOD got sick and wa discharged; got of the total ,food, and neither lot
conversion
f is shot at well and hired as a substitute, and put hi.name favorable that'microor.
having men o
newspaper was such a sadden conversion hat our pe<>>- down John Thomson, got wounded anddillCh.rged. would eat enough to make any gAin or -

,rapid rate.. ,He probably agrees with come p e are down dubious here, and If lire a northern awhile he man always will and hired again at a iubstltutltb even hold their weight.-[Xe\y York farmer through the

Napoleon, suggests tho Atlanta Con. gets converted. I never knew but one ex He lOOn the became name of John Invalid Thompson and drew with three a P. World. as to through the

ilitatlou that four hostile wplon, ard that wee William H. Beward. pensions under three different and be in
newspapers tie taught school In Putnam county when he name seen
are more to be dreaded than a hundred was a young man, and the old tettleri told they never and got found thinn it oat mixed" until his widow applied FATTENING TOCKQ ,FOWLS. apply to by means of

thousand me that be courted a pretty girl and h-r But enough of that. It It up.all bad While the cockerels in
bayonets. plantation and Bigger, too, and became! the mighty; growing, young away
wouldeot bare him he" gave UD his a>hool but the good of It i* they hare to pay more intended for market will not fatttenas hard to
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of
It
than we do and they are getting awful has been
D red went back *n I began to write u e down i ,
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Says t \ the a* btriarian. Because be couldn't get the tired Ie. readily as will adults, but they will stacked to the condi
Our reunion of the survivors theFor.ttth
English novelist:' "Anything more IIlgg,... be dident want anybody. to bareieni. I Georgia' wa commanded by Colonel Abda make a gain in weight that will fully clover body dur

absurd then our novelistic portrait of I But ill the other"yankee school teacher Joh lOn. and Phillip's legion, commanded by compensate for any care that maybe for any l' that dar-
General William *' Colonel John-
the 'Yol kee' could scarcely be 'pro ed that southern I ever knew men. became Dr. Abuse good, warm Church heart the son I* dead,but General Phillip Phillip we presentIn given. If they cannot be made fat, visable to disease, the

duced. I know many American time-honored tldent of itate college the fleeb,and look like he I*good for tnsny them in food condition '
gentlemen pr our yean to come. It i* laid that tbe FortiethGeorgia get a as possible very In number
and Hiram Warner the chief
| not oil of them differs from ,upreme court, were, two of them.Justice I of have our I e. the nlr regiment that never' so at to secure the best prices. able what they are
Its staff officer The
as, except that, as a rule, they are ,jelore me now The Hewt-Democrat' of Can changed noted fortunate. Excepting the legion general wss, The young pullets will also convert r'culture.
ton, O., which ha a marked letter written
more intelligent" the rtaff WB changed many timed Indeed their food into rather than
jy a citizen of that town and itate, who taytle growth
then six different lieutenant colonels four
: wheels in-
came to Georgia In liUtfrnd school ,
taught major end four adJQr.ntl. I remember Into flit; and this is desirable. The

Four new Norwegian railways are year.In DanleUvilUs, and thin Madison studied medicine county,, for and two In anew man thai<1r the four Eighth time Georgia, and that changed Company! its com A in males should be made fat and the pullets Do not with' pnen-
'
proposed by King Oscar's ministers to year his perainal advantage called him the First Georgia regular,that went out under kept in ,moderato condition. To during the groove*
back te Ohio wh re he la now practicing Captain H. D. D. Twig*, changed its I to of balls
'cost bundled million kroner posure ,
over one iredldue. But even the two yean in D.nlelnm. captain eleven times during the war Most do this, separate the young cockerels
but the Government is not In a burry implanted a love for thoee people, I of theee ch.ngea.re marked "k. I. b.." killed I II from the and the cockerelsall the grass fixed: in the
and hi* letter* tender and kind concerning: pullets give
fn t attic, but from and
some are resignation
It is _not going to build them all at he; troth, and this list spring on his return I, tome from promotion and con a from transfer the corn they will eat, but give This is These balls
'' from Florid he went to Athens and rode The did not much. the machine
like privates change suffer
once. SomethIng' thirty
years horseback from there to Danlelsrllle, eighteen Death wee their main chance. Sometimesthe the pullets little or no corn, a moss of wuu'tlIrUte.'w

will, it thinks, bo about Iho time it mile*, Just to*ee the old place thai bad company fought down to the ragged meat, two or three times a week, headway. with wonder
lived in his for
memory flftr yean, and to I heard Neel
edge.. Captain yesterday
and
should take to finish the job with an inquire after hi* yupU What devotion, that one company in hi* regiment fought being better than any other food for

annual outlay of three or: four million what affection 1* that to come from stranger down to one man. and had to stack hit arm them. All birds should bo separated The of the
a northern man who came tooth with
with another for wont
'company, one gun the commIe-
kroner. The Thing is yet to pass prejudices and went beck without them stand alone. ThU reminded me nf Jonupoor from the flock if they are to be tent much
itrange to ayha did not find a man, woman into the
the plan.According faithful Jonas-an Israelite indeed;
upon or child In the village who lived there when whom any town boy could slap around before to market, as it is more economical to not

'- -- --. be did. Ht beard of fou of hi* pupil who the war, and he never resented It, But do so, while It avoids overfeeding the woody in the city
to an eminent German tit lire, only four. Bad and bnely he be joined one of the Rome companies and all the ex
walked about and repeated to himself the Barer lost a roll call or misled a battle or laying hens,-[Farm and Flroll statistician the world has had 2550 old ong: straggled on a march. I remember that after :.. A damp in Florence,
,Kings of Emperors who have reigned I feel Ilk one who tread alone, eta a hard dav1 march Colonel Towers call- all visitors
He tai ha rlilted the .mlolct courthouse, ed np hi*companies.. to see how many men CLOD CRUSTIER lit tho
over seventy-four peoples. Of those where he used to aee Oarntt Andrew pre.siding b*had, and when be called for Company I, An efficient 'lump crusher" or or water if
grass
800'were overthrown sixty-four were and wh.re he heard To mb* and JIOOI'meet-hearted looked Jonas stepped typhoid
Stephen and Rowed Cobb and Bill Ysecy.p.ak. forward and aaluted the colonel. "W here 1* "clod crusher" may be made of plauk protect
forced to abdicate com- companl" aid the colonel J>na
twenty-eight *
He attended the CM time barbecue your
4 to 412 feet anti 7 or' 8 inches the son's
eave *ni** r solute and meekly said: "'! lab : long
and heard the band play Old Dan Tucker.
mitted suicide twenty-throe became being used in
der kO 'pDY.li.. did not go t4 the war
He went coon huntirg' wlih U. young men wide, spiked on to side pieces 5 or 6
mad or imbecile; 100 were killed in and belied to hold the dog while the darkies from courage or for glory, but from a tense fort.Do Is swung on
were cutting down the tree. He defend our of duty. That duty be performed.-Bo* feet long. Cut tbe side pieces so as not
battle After
123 were captured by the enemy In Atlanta ConHI'utlon.HEWSYlTLEANINCrB..
ABP.
people from the slanders that hare so lone to allow the planks to be nailed on the creek
twenty-flvo were tortured to been heaped upon hem and sajt, "My relation ) at the top
to the school and ita patron and the like clapboards, lapping one or two as they
death 134 were' assassinated and 108 the coal
outside public were mOlt pleasant and ngreetile. I inches. Allow the forward part to green
were executed. There it a qualIty of southern blood Bnurc, Neb, if a Swiss town. them off bottom. The
whether derived from Huguenot or Caralier tarn np about like a well-made stone danger of
which give them a ho itallty unkuo..n in FBAHOB claim 1,000,000 Socialist from the
The growth of Canada Is shrfwn in the; north-* cord'al welcome and a tcctallty Cxjcvci rD ha 25,000 Bohemian i boat, and affix rings for attaching the and the the red

the remark ,of a bank manager at arocell& to; which we are stranger*" Tm UniUJ States hare 830,000 8wU. i team. The size and thickness of stock Do not
the
In of ha "I have at
slavery
speaking say: .
meeting. He said t "Thirty even them told on the block and at administrator AE1IO5A. has a Baekeeper Association. may be Varied according to the work 'late !
consumed
*'tale for division, but I never wit Tan rice crop it reported above the aver : expected of it and the team that can -
five years is not a very long time in nested any such _net aa are derJctedln age." day. Get .

the history of a country. But I have Uncle Tom's Cabin and kindred uorka of FLOODS at Toyama Japan, damaged near be used in drawing It. A yoke of go at it
Iction. The internal suggestions of humanity UCOO houses.Own cer-
ly heavy horses
oxen or a pair of
the of Canuda .
seen, deposits grow and elt Interest were a* rife la tlav a* It will
Foam
Kortb la
from 915,000,000 on the best day of ill free territory. a ,* a wheat palace. Dakota building would work one five feet wide and six if you sleep! from
While this happy reunion was going on It all sorts of
1855 to $220,000,000 on the bo8t.day occurred to me that It had been about two FRATOB. ; I* accumulating. gold to pay for feet long, while one four by four feet If

of 1890. tho financial hundred and forty 1..'* since llilton laM American wheat.FOBEST .. would be heavy enough for one good as holding a
Evidently I "t eau bath her victories no lea renownedthan fire have done great now, do I the nostrils
condition of the country on our northern ware It has been over one hundred dan:;age in Call horse.. Or the driver might ride upon I ,

border comments the NeW Orleans year tino Ben Franklin laid, "There never Tara are eleven cable running from the one of light weight and in a IOU that sun to I against the
was a goal war nor a bad peace." This United .
State: to Europe pearance more decisive
Times-Democrat, is far from being *eea>i to be the common verdict of m.Dknrt.and ceded but little work to pulverize it .
yet a* long u the devil run 1 wee there Tee blueberry crop of New Hampshire it might do work boxes or all(' In In-
,desperate, will' be wars In fact, I don't know but ha* been aa enormous one. sufficiently good ered until
y .bat there would be tome if the devil wa RAW ha ceased la India and crop prospects without added weight. For the mere I upper arm
dead, for we are taught to oelieve that there are again growing woree. lar or If a spark:
The commercial
enormous development i* such a tiling a*original sin, whicn !.n.l1e.- Tea permanent tramp population of jacking of the soil ,and breaking of

of the United States can bo Inferred U nunea luto total depravity. the United States ha been etimat at 60,. clay lumps one of those I* often bet Carry a itself by
Nevertheless, tile our duty to get all the -
from (the growt'l of the post- gout that we can out of the evil that befall (OOU tar than a roller. A soil which .Is in the hay spot
use la fact we wouli hardly know what RcrdBTS from South and Central AmerIca little of
office butlnens. Take for instance will need of heavier made in
good U if there wa no aril. We woulden bring new of large crop uid great pros mostly clay one

the New York cffice. Its receipts eoj,'y health if there was no HckneML We perity.Paovuio. weight than sandy loam. Like rollIng relieve astronomy
wouldeot enjoy prosperity if there we no dealer tay that fruit andre much
during the year ending March 31t| adversity. And to it then had ben no war etaulet hare never been w plentiful or the use of this Implement works to the study

last were $0,365,383: an increase of we would have no reunion of the old aol I o cheap.; up the soil so that the plant roots can drink plate can be
diers no .IM-aD' greetings, no cuupflre an "
$515,310 over the preceding year; tcdotw no thrilling recollections; in fact, JACOB, died STIILK at Unioutown, the oldest a man few In day Pennsylvania ate penetrate it in their search for food heated. ;{ of time

we wouldent be here., al>. and then wouli ..... '
( Never
Chicago's receipts were $3,422,400, an 'nt be any eloquent aDeechee. aud. wont uf lad, and after sowing it presses the soil Image thus

Increase of $308,305: while Philadelphia all. nothing to eat GALLS and hurricane along the SpiniihDoast down to tho seed, giving n better while the details of a
asked have wrecked vessels and caused
: VeT frequently we/ are question by many
Boston, St Louis and Washing ''I our ibUdrea or the youth of this generationsnnoeruiug turiou damage.EICOLAND chance for germination a dry sea- nineties.; amount of

the war that we cannot answer. is now suffering from the potato Cultivator without ,
ton showed increases respectively of I sou.-[Boston to the
How many soldier did Georgia send to the blUht which canned so much distress u Ire-
3189,072 $125,120, $100,410 and war I Haw many wore klilol In battle ton l&u41ut winter. and an Jmage
dared In the aw-lcul How died In
103200. San Francisco's receipts prison How many tare. since may dl.11' Mat Tall financial crisis in Portugal II beo mIng HOW TO MANAGE MILLET. creased than
Gold silver hare
acata.
wale $7U: 1,077. anlncteaseof $",192. of three thing are gnawed Only a few Grew circulation. disapfworoj Allow me to call the attention of by laying: a drawing.
month ago our )legislature' deU>mined top
n ton toe confederate widows, and the Tea Attorney-Gan of Texas bas d.- : Tour readers to tho Importance of a as it i*

The Superior Court of New York rouinutue had no data to go by and nueewd t'ld1lJbd nun may touch In the public I crop which may be town early or late If there : .
schools of the State.
then wa aamt six hundred aud fl'ty, and :
has affirmed judgment for $436.67 other rxteil them ,tOO a p eee and appropriated I Tag catch of Irish mackerel this year boa : with just at good success as any other that you doctor in

rbtained by Clarence; A. Parsons *93 OOQ to p.y 1'BU tuoet <4 the fallen off one hsif. It i*tatted the Losla*** i crop sown or planted at any' time puts the
who d'd.at 'I killing, :
bread' comuutive wore ;youugt-h men will be iiuately: dwtroyed.
sgaiuit Charles Robinson for know bow loan a Cvniederat widow lived, Tea test of powder with the twelve.mob I Such a crop !I* millet, one of the most proved in

of contract Partou agreed to watch .i H hey the stock market for Robinson and J.. w as not woolly ..t1afaotX7.
been heard from and HO of them are frmu may be sown any time during the hot and stoutly
let him bow when there wa a goodthing Carroll and only half the county,:ieard from. Tease I la danger that the prioo of grainmay
Now there i* some eiplcuaunn fur Ibis be f ore*I so high a*to curtail tie coo- spring after the ground gets warm rest. The will

They were to divide tho profits. Those were genie women who ei t their! but tumpUon in European countries until the middle of Jane, and if the fectual wrong, that
bandt tJ the war 00 and ttt, and whip
Parsons 0. B. CAlcparLUby Hobart,win
on October b. 1886, told them,.......," they aaid. "1 U run the farm gee of the All Convent defeating Tennis TouroaJuenVat season is favorable a good crop maybe [ in th.Ir

Robiuson t<) buy 500 reorganization and take care of tbe children nuUl you come) Newport, R. L, retain the ooampioaaaip secured by sowing wheat ground to nothing

trust of the Texas Pacific' Railroad, back." Game women are Ilk* game chlako of America.
-they Ure a long time-and a* for Car Tel annual report of the Bureau of Btatletica after harvest. It from any cause Slight several feet

and Le did so. The investment was roll having to many it was beaus Bberaaa of Labor la Massachusetts shows that you have failed to get a good "I .. men sat be.
nut all the wooteo and children out of this
profitable but Robinson refused the capital Invested ia industries amount to
to region. and they just dropped ovtr ia Carroll PII.850,3 divide Judge GllJersleeve where there wa no railroad and a heapof I
writing hiding plates, and after the war they we PlS4L decree In the suit of the owner of again anj sow mllleU If, owing to 'No; of D"

the gencrsJ term opinion, says: "Re- too poor to get back again sad they arethen tor the the sk-apuhip\uuklog Iberia of toe against Iberia the by the CunarJ Umbria line wet weather or any other cause, you ence of & Tho same

tUbl Information at to facts upon TU trasU.that now concern theagl'le- ia ISSttaUowitU Ibena'*owiwc* 30U,33i84 do not get all your corn planted in the slender

which the future price of a stock tiles I* how to get out el th*..... for they damage time to Lo reasonably sure of a good "Oh .! a mealio-
would depend 'it a sufficient consideration have pensioned these widow 1100 apiece, Ha*.JOBS 114..01 YoonjUowa, Ohio,
and ia will sake ball a mi:Uoo doUar a jar Vwt her left eye some time eiaoe awed while crop, a few acres may be sown to mill man she fin be
to uphold. n.tracIn relation! to to p y tUu-liug ia the yard to* Il
No
there l crop will produce more feat I thoo{ht I (Transv *l I
ueh stock." flow are tome fact that we do BO* .Y. bunt tram eta" socket otlMrSrIcb'
bare tee-- 14 ftr InataAO* :w* know! very band,.from etr. (South Africa) Star. I
oace loss her reason.Ski.

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fJl.lV4JlI, TALMAGE. r\nlvis blab t:brewipedout' hnlhsjtonshlsmorals t I If there were no eternity, strive to bring? her A fi7rr
"AH i his prospect for twa worHs Into the klneHomot God,asdld the other daya '
t' ie and the next. And devil mats a ban 8bbnth-irhool teacberwbn wee the mean Excellent Bargains In Real

IHjlil j >lllhMIIII HI DIVINE'S' SUNDAY qurtot fire ant fill their cupS of rail, and of the conversion ot the daughter ore mad of Fla.No.
rinx deep to the health of the oli merchant immmss wealth, and the daughter resolved Estate on Indian'Hiier, .
$ERMON.Satveott who swallowed the young merchant who to join the church, and she went horns
up ot Section 84
1. The of leI
got stuck on spring goods and went down. and said, "Father, 11D going to join the ; nw OF ALL XJND:: $.
That is one war, and come of :you have tried. church, and I want you to come. "Ob, t 27, tt 87 e-iO acres on peninsula op- ..
.. Things Which Wen and it. no" be said, "I never ro to church."' poal to Mel borne} pronounced by county

'Women May Do." But there is another way. That young "Well.. said the daughter, "if I were going surveyor to be an excellent piece of ptneJ '.al
merchant who found that he had miscalculated to be married would you not RO to see me land. Price $20 acre. AdJoining VAULTS
In too of one married" And buakl ''Ob. "Well." apple per BANK
In laying; many good yea. laud Is' at from $50 to ,
TKXTI aid she, this I*of more importance than telling "
Hit ptoplt Mot da tenon tt ekstrong kind and been flung of the nnnsual season ,

laid Ood sAoH,82. be anddoexploU&DanAntiochu. Is blue tan-ling and biting behind, his the finger counter nails feeling or looking very that"fco he went and hat !gone ever sino. and $75.No. 8. Lot 4 of section 24.. t 87, r 40 VAULT DOORS ,
lone to I do not know but that faithful I
of Lucle
go. St.
Fronts north shore
.
Eplphane. the old sinner came over his account book, which read darter saved on .
Babbata-eohool
down three times with his arm,. to desolate and wore every time he looks at them, and teacher not only be rlrer79; 87-100 acres; price; $33 per
but saved There
the Israelite, time with how his wife will have to bo a woman, a man. may WORKS
advancing one a thinking young CELL
of acre.
In this audience from all AND
gathered pm RAIL ;
hundred and two trained in plainer house than she ever expected STEEL ,
elephantawtnging a
put
their trunks thin the world, there may be a man wnose behavior N.. 3. Lot 4 of leo 25, t 87, r 40., .
was and that, and sixty- to ltv.la. or go to a third rate boarding toward womanhood ha been south -
per 03 6 100 half mile front on
two thousand Infantry and six thousand and acres,
: house! where they have tough liver "
Odious. Stand thou mastflropl CONSTRUCTION
cavalry and breul Repent up shore of St. Lucle rlrer. .Excellent land. IMPROVED *
troop, they were sour five mornings out of the seven. _of sin and death that 1 mar charge OF ,
driven back. Then the second tIme. ha An old merchant come in t $25 per acre.
season you I As far a* possible make repara':out.
advanced with seventy thousand armedmen. "Weil, Joe, this haa been a hard Do not boast that you have her in your No. 4. Lot 1, 79 80-100 acres; lot 8, X'7TRT'Y o XX :** ':JJ':
third,and time bad he laid been succemftil again defeated Bat tba young merchants, and this prolonged cool power and that she cannot help herself. 71 00-100 acres; lot 8, 53 IfMOO acres; 'a v :x: : :DIX .T,1 s : ': 'I, *
sleee nntil the and "
ha In doldrums -
weather the
navy of Rome came in with the flash of I have! been*thinking put many of you a good deal, of When that fine collar and cravat, and that all in seo 28, t 87, r 40 e. Each lot has I Oa all ktn their long banks of oar and demandedthat late for just after I started in businessI elegant suit ot clothe come*off and your I quarter of a mile front on St. Lucie river, ,
the siege be lifted. And AntiochusEpiphanes into the Now It uncovered soul stand before God, yet will extensive '
once got _same scrape. and idjoin the pine-apple
be t*tter off if you save that woman. COMPANY'i
said he
wanted time to consult mere is anything I 'can do to help yon & The FE& LOC ,
There is another exploit can do, and plantation of Tyndatl Dyer. DIEDOI/D S
with bia frienda about it, and Popllius, one out I will do it. Better you e fc '
gladly just Iput
at the Roman embamadon toot ataff that Is to save a child. A child doe not three lots hare a combined froottge of
,, a those
goods out of sight for the ,
and made a circle on the around present seem to amount to much. It Is nearly a three or a mile on TCry deepwater '
ground
and next season we.will plan something ,quarters f.
old before it walk at all. For the BUTLER :
Antiochui Epipbanea and compelled him to year can situated the south W. H.
about them. I will help you to some good first word. and being on +
and half It cannot speak a
a ,
decide before he year ,
came out of that circle ,
; that can sell for and absolutely
you me on commission it it shore of the broad St. Lucic are
For the first ten It would starve
he year i
whereupon lifted the siefte. Some of the will
I s
go down to oneof the wholesale houses
Hebrews had submitted to the invader but and tau them that I know and will back had to earn ita own fooJ. For the first fit- free from danger frost. $20 per FLOIIi: : AGENT.1- .
you teen yMrl11I opinion on any subject is absolutely these lots in body or ::
tome of them misted, valoronsly, an did you up and if you want a few dollars to ; acre for three '
Eleeier when he had swine'i flesh forced into bridge over the present I can let you have .&luelAnd then there ere so, 123 per acre for either lot separately. 'XTOBIRBAH STeE ''T r
Us fort it out, although he knew he them. Be u economical. you can, keep a many of them. My, what lot ot children I This is aa exceptional bargain-a better 79 E.A. TT: : /}", :
must die and did die for it And come people have contempt for children. f
; andotherc. .
stiff upper lip and remember that yon have investment than the amount required to '
as my text say, did exploit two fdi.'ooGod and Good They are good for nothing but to weir out. ( BROADTVAT) Vi,;
An: exploit I would define to be an hernia I" myself. mornIng the carpet and break thing and keop ;you secure and prove u at \

act, a brave fear, a great achievement."Well'youay I The old merchant and the awake nights crying.! Miami, and is pot dependent Upon prospective ;
"I admire such things but young man goes behind goes<< his away desk and the Well your estimate of a' child ls quite and perhaps long delayed satisfactory New York C'ity'Zf, .
there fa no chance for a! II a sort.of different from that mother estimate who facilities. .
'tm.n tear roll down his cheeks It is the first transportation
took: it "
humdrum lire. If I Antiochus lost her child this summer. They :
Epiphanes to fight, I al<4. wold do exploit time be ha* cried. Disaster made him mad', to the salt air of the seashore and to the, No. 0. Lot 1 of too 80, t 87. r 40 e.. 21 aUf 01-18. mo. .
You are right, eo far as erect wan are at everything, and mad at man and mad atGod. tonic air of the mountains, but no help 44 110 acre. on south shore of St. Lucie ----.1
CJllcemed. There wilt probably ba no opportUnity Bat thi kindness melts him, and the came, and the brief paragraph of its life IIend"Y' river., Quarter mile deep'water front. i '+t
tears seem to relieve his brain and his
to dlatlnKQi.h yourself in battles Suppose that life could be restoredby {
The spirits rim from ten below zero to eighty how much would that be- (23 per acre. .
most of the purchase, .
brigadier generals of In the shade and he comes out of the 'No. 0. Lot 3-of lee 80 t 87 r 41 e.
this She would take all *
country would never lave been reaved mother give a -P.laItY this? .aaon of what, ,,
heard, of had it. not been for the war. cri.lL the jewel from tier finger and neck and Half mile of river front, on north shore TrmE, are rneklnlr
Neither will you probably become a great About three into the years old after merchant this young merchant and bureau and put-them, down. And if told of St. Lucie river. 40 MO acres, at $23: 'wa we can. our PARAGON HARNESS. &c
store
Inventor. Nineteen hundred goes that that was not enough she would take
and ninety. Well oil friend I was this per acre. Made of the FiNEST STOCK and the Very l
:
says my
deed for it
nine out of two thousand inventions her house and make over the
every
found in the patent office at Washington morning thinking over what you did for me and It that were not enough; she would call Bargains Nos. 2, 8, 4, 3 and, contain- BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness &
never yielded their authors enough three years ago. You helped me out ot an In all her investment and put down all her fag in the aggregate '480 01-100 abort,
to pay' for 'the expenses of securing'money the awful crisis lu my commercial -history., 1 morteaeee and bonds, and if told that were will be sold in a body at $13 per acre. oannot be bought for lees than $25. ; 1
earned wls I lorn pronorrlt has and
Patent.. Go ,you will probably never be a tile pallor nu gone out or my wffe's come chat.".. not enough she would says "I have made This is a good chance to make 100 pet at retail. But, ,we are willing, I .
Atom or an Edison or a Humphrey Davyor and the roses that were there when 1 courted over all my property, and if I can have that cent in less than twelve months.No. In order to Introduce It. to, bop'
an Eli Whitney. There It not much her in her father's house have child back I will now pledge that I will toil .' ': a
7. Lot 1 of leo 23, t 37, r 40 e, S\) O '
probability that you will be the one out of and my business is splendid, and I thought with my own bands and carry with my own SELI. ONE SET ONLY vbe4 ,
the hundred who achieves extraordinary ought to let you know that you naved a man fIn shoulders in any kind of hard work and live 24'78-100 acres, sod lot 3 of same 'sec, & ;
success in commercial or legal or medicalor a short time after, the old merchant, In a cellar and die in a garret. Only give 21} acres. One is on the no'tb and th to one person a* a 0 !. ;+1 o

literary spheres. What then Can you who had been a good while shaky in his me back that lost darling other on the south shore ,of St. Lucie ample for a ? s v" +
have no op'portunity.to do exploits? I am limbs and who had poor spells, is called to I am glad that there are those who know river. Each lot baa a quarter of(,a mite
going to show that there are three oppor- leave the world, and one morning after he something of a value of a child. Its possibilities io $16.50 v : M jt ,
tun!;ties open that are grand, thrilling, far bad read the twenty-third Psalm about are tremendous, Wbat will those frontage on deep water $30 per acre ; ,
reaching; stupendous and overwhelming. "The Lord is my shepherd," he closes! hi* hand yet dot Where will those feet yet separate lot.. No reduction It both lots ? .
They are before you now. In one, it not all yes on this world, and an angel who had I walk Toward what destiny will that never are taken. i; < oA )}aJVprsp' ;I It
three of them you may do exploits The been for many year appointed to watch dying soul betake Itself baH thorn lip be No. 8. Lot 8 of sec 24-5180.100 acres & .. z" ;.1.'t..1''
.
three greatest things pa. earth to do are to the old man' dwelling cries upward the the/throne of blasphemy or benediction mile front on 8t. Lucie river and o ..., 1'
..vea man or' calculate the decades half g + :-1 '16' '
lave a woman, or save a new.that the catriaroU's. spilt is about ascending Come chronollglstaand ,
r>,ild. the centuries of its lot 4 of seo 80, t 87, r 40 e-77-acres, .
(; and the twelve ele who keep the on decades, centuries on t$: \> : 'Jt.
During the course of 'his life almost twelve gate of heaven unite In crying down I Ito lifetime On, to save a child I Am I not also fronting on St. Lucle river. $23 per < 6.. : tj#
every men gets Into an exigency, is caught this approaching spirit of the old man, right in putting that among the great orploitsr :- acre for either or both lots. t .\"

between two Ares is ground between two "Come in and welcome, for it has been told I, ,Ho.0.. Lot 4 of leo 23, t, 87, r 40 e, 4 8it iK4f' ,
millstones, aits on the edge of some preci- all over these celestial land that you saveda But what are you going to' do, with tho*$ mile front
pice, or in some other way conies near dem man." children who are worse oft than It their 88 10-100 acres, with quarter .,. J. $ ?? ,
'olition. It may be a financial or,a moral There sometime come exigencies In the father and mother had die the day leer an '8t. Lulu river; excellent land; $23 ;
or a domestic or a social or. political exi Ute of a woman. One morning a few years werebornr Tiier are tent of thnuiaau ot per acre. +

gency. You sometimes tee it in csurt- ago I saw in the newspaper that there wa a such. Their parentage was axatn't. then. Ke. 10. Lot 4 of lee 8, t 33, r 41 e, 8k I s
,rooms ,A, young man hat got into bad young woman In New York whose pocket- Tolr name I I. against tnera. The truour ? mile
with half ou
company and he has offended the law and book containing thirty-seven dollars andhirtythree of their skull i5 I ajalnnS the n, Tiiolr nerve 04.100 acres, frontage
be is arraigned.' All blushing and confused cent, had been stolen, and she and muscle! C3a:,min to 1 by tbs Ina-tritty So'utu pf long of St. Lucie rivi-r,, opposite THIS IS ONE OF THE, 40 ,STYLED: WHICH ,WE'MAKE',
be is in the presence of judge and jury and had been left without a penny at the beginning or dissolutensM ol their paret". ; lawyers. He can be sent right on in the of winter in a strange olty. and no practically at th.lr birth Uld, out 'oa aplank plantation; superior' quality of land, .
wrong direction. lIe is feeling disgraced and work. And although she was a stranger 1 in the middle: the Atlantic Wean, known old Indian field and
be Is tlraofct desperate.Let did not allow the 9 o clock mall to leave the in an equinoctial gale, an 1 told to m"".for I as camp III o >. *, ::0,
the district attorney overhaul him as lamppost 011 our corner without carrying shore. What to: do with teem II the qaej- ground. Price, $23 per acre. i >
though he were, an old offender; let the the thirt/-seven dollar: and thirty-three tion often askeJ. I No. 11. Bo t of sw I of leo 2 t 88,* r Ii CD- ,

ablest attorneys at the bar refuse to say a cent, and the cue wn proved genuine. There I I. another question quite as pertinent 41, e, on toulhside of Bt Lucle rifer, two tGI'4 .\
word for him, because' he cannot afford Now I have read all Shakespeare' tragedies :, and that Is, considerable let the and do with us f They will teu or eleven ,.
yeah
; judge give no opportunity and all Victor Hugo' trader, Jonls of 0 K ,
,, for presenting the mitigating all Alexander Smith': I from now, have u msn'TOtea as the can pineapple land. plantation ... .-.
,circumstances, hurry up the case and hustle never read a tragedy more thrilling than number of wall born children, and they will ,WuU Price $7.80 per acre. y '' Ga
Urn up to Auburn or thing! Sing.: It he live that case and similar cane. by the bun- hand this land over to the anarchy! and political No. 12. Pineapple land. Lot'9 andn 0

seventy yean-for seventy yean'he will be dress and thousands in all our large cltiea. damnation just as cure ai we neglect e J of so i of leo lIS, t 87, r 40 e, 03 .III' '. er'No.'iCJ5.guaraA.wooDEiisisu.osianme.
a criminal, end each oecade of his life Young women without money and without them. Suppose we each one of us save ahoy. and field of >- III'Z''III,
>WW be blacker than its predeoeeeor. In the borne and without work in the great ,or save a girl. You'can da>> it. Will you) acne, Including: A clearing -
Interregnums of prison life he can get no maelstroms of metropolitan life. When I 1 wlJ). ,10.000 pineapples set out, on north fork ,*
work,and he to break a window glasa inch a case come under your observation How halt w* get ready for, on. or allot of 6K LucU mer. .Price $1,000., Very, w. K
.blow up a sate or play the highwayman bow do von treat It? '' o as to get back within the walls where he rife have no room in our establishment for dead failure It In our own str.nrth we try' : No. 18. Lot 4. of leo U containing /
can get something to eat and hide himselt any more hand. 1 don't believe in women to live a man or woman-or obi I< But my ) '
from the gaga of the world. anyway. They are a lazy Idle, worthies text susrgestf where we are to get equip 83 acres; and lot 8 of sea containing: on Honor. Entirely different from Che-apWeatern '

,Why don't his father come and help him set.1 John please show tis, person out C-J ment. '-The people that do know tnalr 70 acri I; all In 129, r 88 e. Very fine Work. Live Dealers wanted. Territory glven.e. ."."t: .'

Els father is dead. Why don't his mother the door." God shall be ItI'OClot an t do exploits: We hammock,. situated opposite II i ceo, on \ 'I' .
come and help hlmt She is dead. When Or do you compliment hr personal appearance must know Him through! ; Jwiu Christ In the peninsula free from frost. Etch lot '
are all te ameliorating and salutary influences j and ay things to her which if any our own salvation, and then we shall! bare ; river Tun, KIN QM A N, STURTEVANT &. LARRA'BEE:
of tocMtjt They do not touch man said to your sister or daughter you lib help in the salvation of other And has quirter' of mile front. .. ...J"i 'I '
him. Why did not some one long ago in would kill him on the .pot! That is on while you are saving tranters, you may laud U bounded on the north by the recent RRWE lID SLEIGH { v
the case understand that there was an op way. and It U tried every day In the lams save mine of your own klu, You tnlnk: purchase of 8. F. Olbbs from Jno. .. ,BUII.DEHSJ .
portunity for the exploit which would be cities, and many of thou who advertise your brother and lister an I children an 1 ''V.Bar-I, and Is about half mile north of ruLl oATALooTiVs'' 'n INCHA"lTO
famous in heaven a quadrillion of yean for female hands in factories and foi grandchildren all safe, but they are not the celebrated place of Smith Bros. SEND FOR : N., Y. '
after the earth has become scattered ashes ;overne*>9* In famlllc hive proved them' dead, and no one i* safe till he 1* dead. Oa 'xu",,:" : t
In the last whirlwind Why did not the wire unfit to be In any plans ouW Ie ollell. the Eagliin coast there wa a wild torin One cf the finest bodies of laG 1 liD the x*

i district attorney take that young man Into But there i* another way. and I saw 'and % wreck in the ofnT, and the- cry WA*. county. excellently: adtuted for the culture .. -', ---- -:--- ; '
bis private office and laY 1 "My son, I aee It one day in the Metholist Book ConcernIn "Man: the-llt b &'I"--B! i Barry, the usual of oranges, lemons vegetable or ; :
that you are the victim of circumstance Mew York, where a young woman ap leader of the sailor's" crew, WM not to bs I pineapples. This place will not stand on ':"t :*.. vS
This la your first crime. You are sorry. I ; pile: for work and the gentleman In tone found, and they went without him. and WE ARE IN THE LEADFOR '!
.will bring the person you wronged into and manner said subatancei "My daufh.er brought back ail the shipwrecked people but our books many days.. Speak quick. : !
four presence and you will apologize and we em!ploy wo.nsn berg but I do not Either lot separate, $27. O per acre, or :f!{' } :
make ail the reparation you coo, and I will know or our vacant place In our depart one.By this time( Barry, the leader ut the $25 for the whole triO FINE, QUALITY AND ,STYLE OF SPRING VEHICLE,: .

give you another chance" Or that young went You had better inquire at sucri and crew, appeared ali said, "Why dli' :you N .. 18.. Iloustt and lot in Til m villa, ''THE MONEY
man is presented in the courtroom, and be such a place,and I hope you will ba soonest leave that one!"' The answer was, "He at the corner of Palm and Julia street MOST FOR THE 13 OUR MOTffl ,
baa no friends present, and the judge says. tut in getting something to des Here i* inj could not help himself at all, and we nuld ,
"Who is your counsel And be answers, name, and tell them I sent you." not get him into the boat," "!hn the lift adjoining, residence of Win. &1. Brown. BEST ONE "Of hTI
"I have none." And the judge; says, "Whowill ; The euibrraJe4 and ho'aillated woman boat' shouted tl&rrrl"aolwii will go for Comprises a lot 73 by 98 and the house ii

take this young man's axe P""' I _mal to give way to Christian confidence that one." .No his aje-d mother! of new style, cicely finished and good as MATERIAL ? DATA
And there is a dead halt,and no one offers, bhe: started out with a bop.tolloot that I standing by "you must not go. I lost' new Cost $1,800 to build. Known as OUR c I
and after awhile the judge; turns to so.ne attorney i. think must have won for her a paoe! in your lather In a storm like this, and your 11uckabll
who never had a good cane in all his which to earn her bread. 1 rath.r brother Will went off sis: ytars ajo and I the residedce. Bottom price AND LOCUES'WORKMAN
life and never will, and whose advocacy think that considerate and Christian genJatnon have not heard a word fro n Will sino h. $.,200.
would be enough to secure the condemnation navel a woman.; New York an! left, and 1 don't know where he Is, poor Will, IN'O. 14. House aDd lot corner of Pine FUllY il-'*
of Innocence itself. And the profeaafonal Brooklyn ground np;>> last year about thirty and 1 cannot let you: ana go, for I a-n old and DtfSoto street, Just north of the i
incompetent crawl up beside the housnud young women' and would like to and pendent on you." Hi reply was home of George W. Martin.. Very large SHIP 'LUSTRtfEP.OUTLINE.
prisoner, helplesuieu to rescue despair grind up about as many this year. Out of "Mother I roost go and save that! one man, fi
where there ought to be a struggle: among all that loose proo3aoa of woven who and If I am lost God will take care of yon in lot; small, but well built house, only
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all the best men of the profession aa to who march on with no hop for this warM or the ;your old days." flnl-he a few weeks ago. Coat over WIN S. : ;
should have the honor of trying to help that; next battered: and bruised aal aoolil; ac, The lifeboat; pat out, and after an awful $300. Plastered throughout, and has ,'
unfortunate. How much would such aa attorney and flung oft the precipice nog one but struggle with: the sea they plots I the pour fireplace and chimney. Price $100. mil AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTENTION .. .
fee besa a for home ant Godans fellow out of the in time
have received u his for such ati might; nave save ; rigging just to
advocacy Nothing in dollars, but much braven. oIJOOt men an I goal wjoien : save hi* life, and ltart..!' for the shore. No. 15. House and lot, fronting on A SAMPLE JOB WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR
errry.war in a happy! oannciousnota that are not in that kind of business Ala As they came within peaking distance Broad street In Titusville, just auk of. '
would make bit own life brighter, and his : for that poor thing! Nothing< but the thread Harry cried out. "We saved Mot, and the home of W R. Knox. Fronts BO WORK 18 THE WORK: TO: .BUT ;

own dying pillow sweeter and his own of that sewing: girl's needle held her, and tell mother It was brother WID.011, feet on railroad. Two houses on the lot;
heaven happier-the coasciousneu that he the thread broke. res,my friends, let us start out to save some now rented to good tenant, at t
bsdeayedamaul: I 1 have heard men c.llla public diaooorn me for time and for eternity, some man property BRIDGEWATER CARRIAGE 00.
So there are commercial exigencies. A what a nun is, but what 1* a woman: Until some woman, some child. And woo: know $7 per month. Price,' $373 HI great bar ,

yell late spring obliterates the demand for come one shall give a b.tterdefuitbn. I will but It may, directly or indirectly, be the gain.o. -BO.A.NOxm,\V.A.. "/
spring overcoats and sprint hat and spring tell you what woman k Direct from God, I aivatlon of oae of our own Kindred, and< 10. Fine block of hammock and
apparel of all torte Hundred ot thousand a sacred ind delicate gift:; with affection so that will be an exploit worthy of ealeoratiou pine, just north of town park; beautiful
of people say "It seem we are going to great that no measuring line short of that when the world telf U ulnwriXMe't, and Size 330 -- --- -- ---q -
for residence. 230 ,
have no spring, and we shall go straight of the infinite God can tell their bound. the sun has guiie oat like a spiric root I place by > ,.
,oat of winter into; warm weather ant wean Fashioned to refine and aoothe and lift and mitten anvil, and a4 the star* are dead feet, Would make 14 good building
along without the usual spring at Irradiate home and society and the world.Jt lota. More than half of this block u

tars get Or there i* no autatnn weather, the such value that no one can appreciate it, splendid oak and magnolia hammock. a ..,
heat plunging into the cold and .
between lira vndaritand it, or who in some great BALMACEDA
clothing which i* a compromise I OVERTHROWN
;
aomrner and winter is not reqalrel. It ertd of life, when all else f.u.J.&m, had a No- 17. Two good building lot, op.pottte
makes a difference In and millions of dollars of goods, that nothing could disturb. And Valparaiso in the Hands o( joining property of C. E. Dakio.; excellent "WANT A 'AGON "
asong ?
ovenangnine young merchant Speak out. ye males and tell of the feet Congresslonallsts., neighborhood Size 00 by 103 feet. 4
of unsalable goods that thai rocked and the anxious faoe that "
with a vast amount you Price $123 each.
will be salable again except at prior hovered over' I speak oat Barseriei A Baa Francisco dispatch says; The I W. Alan buggies .
never yon ye No. 18. E of tad lots 1 and wagons, ,, lurreyt. High enact u ljbf.
i ow i I
ruinously reduced. of all Christendom, and ye bootee whethci firm of John D. Sprocket & Bro., of this durable
The young merchant with a somewhat desolate or tin in fun bloom with the facet i city, received/ the following cablegram of see lilT 181, a r 89 e.. containing 144 Ittcg, stviiih, u beautifully finished u modernized I ,

limited capital is in a predicament. What of wife, mother and daughter, and help IDe direct from Valparaiso, Chile, Friday acre, .. ball ml!. of river front on manufacture can produce. Built oa honor by trey of Ill, ,

shall the old merchants do as they 1M the to define wUat\ woman i*. But a* geograph afternoon "Opposition defeated. Valparaiso west side of river at !bead of Narrow, experience. Honesty U our policy prompt shipment our ;
in this awful crisis Rub their en tell n* that the depth of the sea cnrre'.pond Barberte i
:band young and man laugh and say; "Good for him. with the height of the mountain I is in control of the ooogrestloa-- just below Bluff Good fringe tpedahy. We want to know''OUo Write 'vat Colts you
,
Ha might have known better. When he have to tell you' that a good womanhood is allat," of hammock front. Part marsh but aotIii c- May lad to business by an4 by. Send for our
has been in business as long as we have h* not higher np than bad womanhood U deep Another telegram from Washington I. about 100 acre of good land in the tract. I
will not load bia shelves in that way. Ha! down. The grander the palace the more : Acting Secretary of State Wharton Price, 2000. cataloruc. It U free to every reader. of this paper, piag .

Hal He will burst np beorlloojr. -He had awful conflagration that destroy it. alto says received the following cablegram, No. 19. The north 48 acres of lot 1, burton Wtgon foe Binbamton, N. y i
tuauwss to his store so near to can The grander the steamer Oregon the more
no
I open from VMtj nights "A battle and of the ne J of AW | of see 0, t 27 r "
anyhow* Hben1r1 tale 1 Bed flag in the turrible her going down Jmtoff the 005.5. Valparaiso "BUILT FOR BUSINESS. 4
windows "How much i* bid for these out Now should' not wonder it you trembled was fought near'thb city Thursday morn- 17 .. Price'tao per acre. This land if

OGtaakbaspring overcoat and spring haU a little with a senie of responsibilitywhen log. To. government force) were badly two mile of Fro Gallic* lust north of

or fait clothing; oat of eWeVba5 dcIbearin I say that there n hardly a person in icaten. Heavy toes on both side. The Ilorae Creek and opposite Tropic; about

the way of a bid" "Four dot..Ian. this house bat may have an opportunityto -.itv surrendered to the opposition but i it a quarter of mil* north of Ootheo postoffice. .1. 1'
It ma.la be ,
save a woman. your ease
"Absurd I take bid ot
t cannot that bluff
High
four dollar apiece. Why. the** oats done by good advice, or by' financial help 'n the hand of admiral*of the AmerieeaGerman front; deep water :
close to shun Land .
when brat pat the market offeredat or by tryina; to brine to bear: earn one of a French and English fleet jar In aim* vicinity
i upon were
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fifteen dollars each, and BOW I am offered thousand Christian inflnnoes. If. for laUaoot good; order. No communicxtiun with baa sold within the put rear at $73 per

I only four dollar I* that ant Fire dollar you flat a woman in financial distress iantUgo. oppositioa force are now atw. > 'C -f -{ k
bea.leplri1l
do I bear? Uoinc at taatl 0as five and breaking down la and centering the city.McCasLnyCuuabt.. No 20. Lot 4 of sea S3, t 87, r 41 '

dollar The;young.and he merchant take the whole co- lot home that that her trying husband to i support*dead or her an children in&llddoin.tbaS now. ., Valparalia e 77 acre*; excellent pineapple Uod. -S B.S 0 Rr: n E::=;,:. J :: t

Bight.... aye to his wife: "W.U, Mary very Important and honorable work-: Quarter mil front oa St.; Luc river, adioinleg .
andedl bat which i* little Appl'llCiatri-kee>> a plant,ition of Stewart; Oathog.The "
We will have to move oat of this balsa Fretchle ,
oar piano. That oU merchant the boarding boose whtre aU the gnestt,xnrd- Barbara of war fane is beet of land for sal oa St Lud. { -( :f,
baa lid an evil eye on fate ever sine 1 tithe they' pay *m ll board, w propo burled in the cemetery of the German river, at reasonable figure.
started ha bought oat all thai clothing without s-1ialaay board at all. oesa'ap, Reformed Church near fredsrkk Md.
Term the
oa .yof above half cash
ao4 h* will have it rejuvenated, and next are erjtfcal of everytiUu eel hard to pUeje.bujy + Her grave la marked imply by a stone balance in ; FOR THIS I PABER I
two
year pal i&on the market. -- whO w* yourself in tryinz to get bar more one: or three yean, at ,
wiUdoweU if w* oat poor.house. patron and. tell bar of divine sympathy.! that bears her D&III4I. age and the date kgal Utereet Correspond ww.. : .

l .* The young man, b 'okai 1&ed. Yea if yon see a woqian favored of fortune "ISfiS." Brier you wild over the 1 is.t. Oau.ur..l1""l1\e. Xla ... 'c't'T"
aDd with all kindly surrounding Ceding '" -. ;
i to hard drinking. Tbe wife vita moond. :
goo young .
foUertceof the world her ehief
to tbavholiow
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d TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, SEPT. 11, 1891.
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JAKES PBircnABD, President; W. B. DAR: ur, 'VJce-PreIIldenti'
THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE.AtrmtiT -*- but an additional toll of ten cents ed localities, and blind t0 .the fact Notice.Eau W. M.BBOWK,Cashier.
-f Galll town lAU for bale between
per package, which I is levied pr extorted that he is far from transportation business
For
*oc* At-UTOTBO TO T6a pEVm1rOratsT by the Indian River Steam. facilities, schbols, churches, lI 6cle- hip or nwldence.yard and portofflce.Apply to Wm.Rocsch, INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
boat the and the comforts which -
or Tat iimA RIVE An Comp ny.I If express ty many Eau Gaffe Fla. llseptSmo
LAH WO TH ICCHOKt. company had an office at the ,end tend to snake life worth living; Randolph ]
I. -Mr. J. H. of Boston, under the LAWS of the State of Florida.
of the dock, where all down river No sooner does a new territory l (Incorporated )
at the Indian River Hotel,
Avenue, Tltuwille, matter should be received and delivered attract attention, and bec6me the registered Authorized capital, $I 00,000
Washington .
Office: Florida. it woold get at least $5,000 Obective point' of the 'homwcker,' Tuesday, _. Paid
Hirer capital
,Indian 5 xip $25,000
worth of business which than the most reports
per year exaggerated, Fishermen's Supplies r-+
'
-\ cannot reach it at pfCflent., of its advantages are published}; to Largo stock 'oil snits, oil coats and Average deposits, $140,000'Transacts

PUBLISHED ETKBT ? WAY. the world. Take as an examplethe apron, oil haU, leggings, etc.; rubber
GOOD LANDS CAN BE HAD ON present excitement Injegard to boot, overcoat, gossamer, etc. a General Banking ,
44 OEO. B. RUMPH.Cha.mber1a.ln's .
the region about Miami. If one

>ptitor.b..A..........* WALntI S.GnaxuL INDIAN RIVER, AT LOW can believe the descriptions which Eye and Skin Business,

.* oolete EdJOrr.A Manager,,'..-C. U.W.u.TOII. PRICES. have,appeared recently in regardto Ointment.certain .

-. ,this territory, we must admit A cure for Chronic Sore Eye, largest and, Oldest Bank on the Rift

A few,acres of unimproved! landat that if there exists anywhere on Totter Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old -
entered at UM CUM Tlt Mall.vll1e Matter.Pate ce M Second- Rockledge were sold last winter earth a perfect paradise it lies up. Chronic Sores Fever Sores, Eczema, DIRECTORS
JAIl.rum-HARp,W.B.
for two thousand dollars per acre. on the shores'of Biscayne'Bay.There Itch Prairie Scratches, Sore ,Nipplesand of the National Bank of BASmNrreldeM JaoknonYile\] ;J r rS
Choice river front property at Eden, is'no doubt'the climate of Files. It Is cooling and soothing. JacknonTllle ncKKBB: ( ). 8. Oriel, Dank. of
TERMS, tenably in Advance, Ankona and Waveland has been this favored (section' is superb. Hundred of cases have been cured by UBOWK. and W H'

foetal Order, or One and Two Cent selling during the past few weeksat Lieutenant Ilenn, the well-known I It after all other treatment had failed CORRESPONDENT
B, Check, Seaboard National Bank of New York
fMtage (tamp*.
.. ........$1.t0' These facts, as they occur, are re. have been world-wide, : FLA.
One year :.... ......:..........1.00.'I'Iu'M Petition for License. ; .
< local
art Months corded in the and when recently expressed to us" the opinion
Month,................'... press,
Vagto CoP,...-........................... -JO Bo copied in exchanges throughout that, without exception! the -
But to any AdOreM In U. 8.or Canada,PrepaidrT' the'State, tend to create the idea climate of the Biscayne Bay.neighborhood To the Honorable BonrA of County Com-
that Indian River lands are held at in the winter season, is mtiOlitrtp'" Brevard county, Florida: T. MURPHY
GKHTLKMEH' : : I, J. F. Lewis, do hereby
: Bill collected monthly If net otberwaeagreed fabulous figures, and people who the finest on earth. 'We have no hon- ,
to
have In this doubt the'opinion of Lieut. Henn moat respectfully apply your
upon. ] : thought of settling orable body, under Chapter 8418 Lawsof
Check,etc.,ma *".made payable to "Graham section jump'to the conclusion that is well founded.At Florida, for a license to sell Intoxicating -
*W &oD." our lands are out'of their' reach. present, Rockledge, Is.the liquors wines and 'beer, in Titus- Jacksonville Machine
beautiful thi.soUth- ville, Florida, the same being situate in
I As a matter of fact, when a most place oa.
Election District number two (2) In said .
,
Addren all oomnranleatloni. wealthy winter resident pays 2,000 improving county of Brevard. .

EAST COAST) ADVOCATE:, for a home at Rocklebge, or A pretty Respectfully, And Iron Works
.location at Eden, he pays tort cality for twenty years. The nat J. F. LEWIS.:

_.v... Boz N. '1DtJII.nLLSo 7LO2SDL: e ,Surroundings. He does not ural beauty,of the-Edenneighbor* Brevard State of Florida., I f J Ss.

buy the land.based, upon its intrinsic hood will compare .favorablyjwith: the County.We undersigned, being a majority
THE County"Oommlsslonerg worth "for agricultural purposes. thatof Rockledge, and the same Election District
of the registered voters of PUMPS ENGINES AND MACHINERY. OF ALL KINDS
sot yet taken :ny,definite steps to The'AnvocATE has en dew red amount of money and labor' which number two (t); county and State )

publish the county'pamfjhlet, or at to 'Correct erroneous Impressions has been expended .at Rockledgewill aforesaid, do hereby concur in the fore- Made 'and
Repaired.
feast no trace of each action .appears Which prevail in regard to the make Eden just as beautiful, going be application, and ask for.that the license -

in the record of their,official price of Indian River real estate. and her charms will, equal ,It' not granted,SIGHED.as prayed?
proceedings. Good hammock lands have been. eclipse those of Rockledge., Names. Two witnesses. CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS PIPING & SUCTION

advertised in our columns, as well i Lake Worth is a gem. Nature UFAlkinson. DowellTltu.P AMcMlllan. ,

IT is now stated ,that the work' as Jn>those of the Star, at $20 per and man have combined to bring CAGardner. nenryTTItus CAGardner,, JFLewlu.HenryTTUus. JFLewis.. For Phospha'to nrdging: ,

.f construction the proposed acre. The Narrows neighborhoodis about the loveliness for which that Boyd.,, BRWIUon JFLewis.BRWilson. .

railroad from Oviedo to, Coquina eminently adapted to the success charming spot is famed. Biscayne HBoyd, JFLewis. OFFICE &, WORKS:
'will November 1st. The.date fill cultivation of vegetables. Bay, ten or twelv years hence,may Jackllooney. JohnWaller, MWLichty.
begin become th most 'attractive MWLIchty. JTSanders, JohnWaller. 134 & 136 East StreetJacksonYilIe Fla
.f this Important event, we are bor.g Choice'land-plenty of it-can be admittedly, a JohnNWaller. MWHohty, II.Boyd. Bay ,
had In, hat locality at$25 acre. portion of the State. But .
> to say, seems to be Just ae far per CWChristian. .JJMcAllister, UWLewis. SJun-Omo
d at it was six moths ago. .1 Good pineapple lands, in fact, bet. the development of that section JJMcAllister. CWChristlan, IIWLewis.WHMyers. .
ter, as far as their intrinsic worth will require more or less' time. JDCameron, UenryTTItus. E. O. BLAIR. D. B. THRASHER.

Tni: silver,question, not the tar- for'pineapple culture is concerned, Wealthy people will not,' as a rule, JDCrabb. HenryTTltus. JDCameron.

- fir; will be the burning question for than those at Eden,.can be foundon purchase and improve property beyond JRWatson.TWSmith. WHMyers_ TWSmith, HenryTTUus., WIIMyers. Blair & Thrasher

the campaign of 1892. The Dem. the St. Lucie river at $20 per the regular lines of travel.; RABobbltt. GeoBUall, WIIMyers. ,

ogre and the Alliance will champion The completion of the East Coast TBSmlley. WmAnderson, JWJones.JWJones. .

its free coinage, and .our Republican acre.Many people from interior points Canal to Biscayne Bay, or the con. Elmer Schultz.. TBSmlley:: OFLaney, WmAnderson., PJHall.PJHall. PRODUCE :BROKERS
friends will take care of have ascertained these facts, and struction of a railroad, to 'Miami, OFLaney ESchults.RobtMorrow.

the other side. We cannot say invested accordingly; but many will unite it with the outside world, S11asSmithJoirCWillsy. Commission

that we believe in free'silver.' The, others, and, we,regret to say, the and give an impetus to its settle MBBunnelL- HWLewis/SJNorton. & Distributing Merchants
issue will be -dangerous and majority of those who come to Indian ment and its development, which It SJNorton. HWLewls, JWRogers.JWRogen. ,

treacherous one., River, expect to acquire property can'never have until either one orthe'other SJNorton OFLaney,HWLewis.HowellTHus. JFLewis.. 153 f WEST BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE FLS.
,
at Rockledge and Eden for a of these enterprises are EDeCourcey. JGLewis, ECMUler.SABravo. \ .
P. O. Box 761..
WHAT has become the projectsfor song. They want deep water front, .complete.To GeoWMorton, JasTSanders.ChasFulton. ,
opening an inlet at .Gilbert's high bluffs, and thickly settled misrepresent the advantages ._ GeoWMorton, FWNewton.

Bar,and opposite Sebastian? Indian neighborhoods, at low prices, and 'of any locality or to absurdly ex. WFFntch.FrankRenaker. WFFutch RRlchards, WHMorton., JFLewis. ORANGES AND PINEAPPLES,

JUver wants all !the Inlets it, torn up their noses when, we auggoat aggerate them,:,is injurious. The W Morton. JDCameron, CCCurtlss.JDCameron A SPECIALTY.
with fifteen feet of who finds a location all CCCurtlss.ChasKMorgan.MEEngllsh. .
can'get-one the Narrows, or a plantation prospector .
water,. If possible,, :to release us 'up the St. Lucie, and seem disap. ,It Is represented to:'be will be pleas. 'WWBallard, nenryTTItus.WWBallard. Consignments of all,kinds of Fruits, Vegetables! and Produce" Solicited!

from the atrocious transportation pointed at being unable to buy a 'ed, and njftke; fy'hja) home; but if JEBoWman,. JlenryTTItun HenryTTltus,, WWBallard JobnWaller:: LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE. PROMPT ItETtJRNS.: '
system by which we are at:atpresent portion of the Hotel Indian River he finds 'that certain 'advantages SRAnderson. W IHarrts, WWBallard. Reference: National Bank of the State of Florida; W: H.'Sharp, Sharpes; 'I'. V.
But an iaJdt --Sebas whSch he led believexiatedare Moore, Eden; Wells A Song Plant City, eta 12jun
enslaved. : at property, at Rockledge, or a part : was to WHHarrls. SRAnderson, WWBallard. ,
tlmwith evenfive.feet of water, ,of Capt. .Richards' home, at Eden, lacking, be will' be disgusted BrockxRevel8.FrankFor8terWWBikllard.
'would be far better than /none' atSri at fifty dollars aa acre. None but' amoT disappointed.and: 'Will look RPPaddlson.JohnJDaly. JAJWagoner TNDecker,,WWBallard.WEAndrews. JohnJDaly.. THE EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COOMPANY,
,
-. the_wealthy_ can afford to secure elsewhere for a home. UFAtklnson, Schedule In effect August 6, 1891.
business such a location at this late day, John A. MacDonald, the man AMWIngate. The steamer ANCIENT CITY leaves New Smyrna Mondays, Wednesdaysand
THE phosphate of Florida but to any sane man who thinks of who -created the' town of Bustis, AWBule. ChasTMorgan, CarlCCurtlss. Fridays, at 1 p. m.; arrive at TItusvllle at 7 p. m.; leave Titusville the followIng *
is rapidly developing 1. immense to Indian River has transferred his interests to WRKnox. JDCutneron, JohnWaller. morning at 6a. m.;arrive at Melbourne at'12 SO: p. m.
proportions. The Charlotte coming we pledge ESIIamllton. JohnWaller, JDCameron. Returning: Leave Melbourne Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 1 p.
and other wild
Harbor division of the Florida our mord that he can find all the Biscayne, among JohnSimoiuum.JohnHonstonAAStewartChasSaunders. m.; arrive at Titusville at 7 p. m.; leave Titusville for New Smyrna Mondays, Wed-
good land he wants at from $25 to statements,made to a Time Union MRJ ohns.Theo W unburn nesdays and Fridays, at 5 a. m., arriving at New Smyrna at 11 a. m.
Southern railway is making'' band.aome'earnings $60 per acre. It is not located in reporter, he says the. Mallory and GNolle. TheoWashburn, WSNorwood. Touching at City Point, Cocoa, Rockledge and all landings en route.
; the tonnage.of the ham. Morgan line of steamers has PMFl ber. TheoWashburn, MEEngllsh B .P. PADDISON O. F. PADDISON
the heart of the Rockledge prom.
South Florida has been almost double LoulsABrady. CCCnrtiss HyJEgger.GWAnderson. General Manager, O. F. & P. A.
mock, nor does it lie along the fled to stop at the Bay when fifty MEEnglish.HenryTTitus. -
for the six months than
past dollars worth will be
beautiful and improved river bluff of freight HenrynDryer.MEEnglish.RCScrimgeour
for, any ,previous period of Abe at Eden, or at the mouth of the guaranteed each trip. This statement IWScrlmgeour.M EEngllsb, enl"1l1Dryer THE TROFICALTRUNKLINEJacksonville
same length; while the F. C. & P. in the If FALosley. CCCurtiss, ME English. West
is absurd
have a boVit all they can haul to Eau Gallie river, The purchaserat extreme. JasSllvertooth. .TWSmith, MEEngllsh. Tampa Sf Key SystemrTraina
Xernandina. If railroad either of these locations must any of our readers will take the JPTurner. MEEngllsh, EBWager. leave Jack oDYllle..!.J.;T.et K.W...DO a.m.. dally except Sundays 12:15 dally:
a were trouble examine the U. S. Coast 4 KM dally except Sunday. Arrives JO
for the turroitndingt, and any to EBWager.' MEEnglUh, JPTurner. p.m. a.Ui5p.m.,8:10 p.m. '
constructed from the interior to pay Train leave Jacksonville,via East c.-U.lallll. ..00 a.m., daily! 4 KM p.mBaaday oDIn
reasonable person would expect to. Survey Charts, they will be satis GFDunn. MEEngllsh, AWBule. 1M dally except Sunday. Arrive 1140a.m.,ft0 p.m.Traiaalea. '
tidewater at Canaveral,about $1.20 I, fled glance that no steamerof GeoAltree. CCCurtlss, MEEngllsh.ELBrady. ..Tltuivllle,north bound .:00 a.m.,dally except Sonday. '
a
per ton could be saved over the by .- nyJE ger, LoulsABrady. Train arrive TituiTille,south bound 640 p Ju.,daily except Sunday.
the lines mentioned would attempt
present routes, in chipping the pro. THE BISCAYNE BAY COUNTRY ACleveland. CCCurtlm, MEEngllsh. Indian River SteaInboa't'JO.
to run inside of the Jlght- France SSabate. CCCurtlss MEEnglish.JFMttchell. ; .
duet of the mines to Europe. This house at Fowey's Rock, which MEEngllsb, CCCurtlsa. STEAMERS Leave Tltunme at SAO .. m. Deny except Sunday,for Melbourne and way
,la quite an item, when it is underatood Florida lhas many advantages over point is four miles from the near, HenryAdams. MEEngllsh, CCCurtlss. landings and. Oolag at tOO North p.m. Mondaya\\bourn.Wednesdays at S: *and 0 p.FrIday.In. dallyexcept,making connections sundayforTitnvilie.for Juplt.r.Stwner. .
that the daily output wUl other States, and almost every est land, and seven miles from the CHale. MEEngllsh,CCCurtlss.NlelsPNellson. Leave Jupiter.KM p.in.,Tuendayi,Thursday and Saturdays,mating connection for Tltmrllle.
reach thousand tons before the .JnoSimonson.MEEnglish. For schedules,showing time at stations not named above and route,rate,ate. apply to kIcal
one portion of the peninsula has some entrance to Biscayne Bay. Surely WalterSGraham.MEEnglishJEBowman. agents or General Office,Jacksonville,Fla.
close of the present year. particular 'advantages of Its own this renders stopping at the bay FredGubler. MEEncllsh.TheoWashburn. B. B. CABLE. Oeaeral Majaacvr. O. D. ACKERLY 0.... P.... Aft

over other localities. Almost everyman impossible: and vet Col. MacDon. MBMetzger.. MEEngllsh,. ATFea ter. W.CRAWFORD, Bopt.East Coast line. St.AnrnUne

Ir has bee the cuatom, during I who acquires a homestead under aId would intimate that it is a MaxLudwigVopKoppelow.EWHolmes. TEFJnognU. ,
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per.
tia past few months, to all sailboats the extremely liberal provisions fectly easy matter to "stop at the I. MEEngllsh, WTJones. J. H. WILSON, JUST RECEIVED

to deliver their freights *t of Uncle Sam for the disposal of bay." How is it proposed to con. VGailer. WSNorwood, WTJones.JJxTucker. .
the end of the railroad dock, without the public domain, becomes possessed .. nect with the steamers referred to? ArchleLiadsay GeoCKuhL ELEGTR6PLATER,
charge for wharf age; but whea with the Idea that his own The same lines can approach with.' obtMorrow.ArchieUnduy.G.OCKahILeonardGriffia

the Valkaria, the pioneer boat of particular holding is particularly out fear within one mile of Indian JSWatson. CCCurtlss, WT Jones.OFDavU. TITUSYILLE, ILL, AT

the independent line of T. E. Richards well adapted for the purpose of a'' River Inlet, and yet this one mile MEEnglish, HenryTTltus.LCOliver. Will Electroplate the following articles,

the pineapple king reportedat town ite. If it happens to be located is just.as effective a barrier in preventing WHMyers, HWLewU.EBFlturerald. and make them look like new:

the railroad terminal last Mon.Jay in the interior, he.sees in the our people from makinga ATFeaster WHMyers,, GeoBHall.FHBoye. FEBrown.. pK!., ..irtrV.puunc> $1J5s doable F.. C.. Allen'sGEOR6IANA

a tax of ten cents ;per orate neighborhood of obis domicile all connection, as if it were ten miles, HerraanFlscher. WSNorwoodCCCurtls8.AndrowGiboon. Forks per act. ilngte plating |L2S; double
wu levied upon the eighty crates make |:3.40; triple$3.40.Table .
that is accessary to a great or fifty for that matter. Even: if WSNorwood,000urtlsLMGoidamith. set,
single plating has
spoons per
.f pineapples his men had in their railroad centre. If he happens to the ocean steamer could enter W8Norwood, WRKnox.MayBelL double.$Ln; trip!..P-t5 ; FLA.

custody. The Captain was not locate along the coast long before Biscayne Bay, what reasonable tdan OFLaney JohnWaller, ThosUS&nden.MEEnglish.BeujLovejoy double Tea ,spooos hEM;,triple.per aet flM., single plating 11.00' ,

present in person, but his representatIve he receive a patent for his land would believe; that any company JohnQxHugstns., WFFutchOFLane1', 13M'stirs.Wat.ehea;.linele plattar,P.lIOi double,

paid the charges promptly. imagination will have createdall would make a stop consuming at JohnAndenoo.JnoQxHugglnsOFLaney. ;;/et waaletcbe., single plate, 1100; double, 200 DOZ.
When they get back to Eden and that it to make a fine dollars ShedxLenton.JAnderaonJ noQzliugginsWUIIeGibson. $3 te.trlpleIJ. .
necessary at least five hours, for fifty Silver itcben.. 12.000 $10.00; silver spoon
report the facts, the pioneer pine. harbor and great commercial port, worth of freight t The expenses ChasHNannuuiHBoyd.ELStaaley. bo1den1 llM to f&OO alter rings and cbalne' .
MGEUis, WDenlke.JohnxRockemore.CCCnrtluMEEnrUah.. 1tIc.to *1'50.
apple planter will neither be surprised 'in front of his land. Another en. of oa of the steamers referred to Bold Hnga ebalaa,T5e to tWO

nor lose his temper; but wean thusiast will find that the particular ,are not less;than ten dollars ,per AHCurry. UEEnglUh, TaytorxGilbert atIT.: All to.order by mail or express promptly JELLY GLASSES

imagine the.bland cmile that spot on which he resides is hour, or t50 per day. JasDDarls. MEEnglish, CDJackson.AmosxAplewhlt ,
will spread o'er his countenance phenomenally free from frost or The is MEEngllsh, CCCurtUa.MoseMiacey. !
Biscayne Bay 'country -
CCCortlss. Pine & LumberOF
he remark "Well it'a MEEngllsh, Cypress
as boys along
that for some unknown reason the blessed with a magnificent climate enryxBarawelL MEEngllsh, CCCnrtiss.hnThoman .
lane that hasn't a turn. We mosquito and other .annoying in. and numerous advantages, but Nothing MEEnglish, CCCurtls ALL KINDS, 00 XDOS5. .
have no doubt this unwarranted sects have given ,location a wide will be gained by the spread Waahx &rnwelL MEEngllsh CCCurtU *
ROUGH OR DRESSED.
charge for wharfage will prove a berth; others that his soil has pe. ing of erroneous Information. Ab LoulaWtdeman.8terUDgxWalker MASON'S

boomerang. cullar fertile qualities, or that the surd representations about its location ." CDJaekaon, Shingles Lath, Orange, Pineapple .
air is purer, and surroundings and situation will only re. Tho lnunon. SteringiWalker.G5OWUUamt. IMPROVED
Tax Southern Express Company more healthful; and so it goes. suit In disgust and disappoint JohnxMlUs, JakeStraus. & Vegetable Packages.

aught to have an office at the rail. Our enthusiast is honest in his ment, and when sensible -> HenryxPendleton.CCHeustonCCCartiMChrKKUcher t
peoJle JARS
I mad terminal, so as to be able to opinions. lie has lived Jn solitude go there and look over the ,. 'CCHouston WTJoniM, ,WSGraham.JWc..rwe.QeoJllenler. It will pay parties who contemplate ,

eceive down river products from became a recluse, dwelt so long upon carefully they will be far less JerryWalL WCMcFadden, AVTJones.G building to Call on, or address us. Mill PINTS A QUARTS.
| smil or other boats that may prefer the advantages of his own location likely to settle In that favored:locality oB mweU. JQjSte wart, OFLaney. at Orden DeLeon Sprtnn.

*hIp ky express. At present that they have become exaggerated If they find the descriptionsthey WOore,. 8terUngxWalker.VTJOO8&. promptly filled. -
:Sterling*Walker. WTJones, ESchulU. Chandler & Landers
dfoIe shippers who wish to patron. and he lives In a little have read borne out by.;the
I EM the Express Company have not world of his own, oblivious of the facts, or in other'' word; If ffiey lptcbefCuiey.Sterlingi Walker, P. O., ;rIlE SPRINGS, FLA.

|*ljto pay tho express charges, existence of other and more favor find what they epmect 1 to find*" )!.,.c ;VOMsBaker. AUCun1SterllupWaIker. / L. Casper, cleat.., Tropic, Fla.tesag3moI Send in you:orders at t once.

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,-I' THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, SEPT. 11, 1891.. .$ .' 5 L ,





,TROPIC. HOUSE- I' IF YOU ARE HOT, WE CAN COOL YOU" '" 4i U : ?







La.k.o -Worth.: With a Refrigerator, ,.*Ice 'Croam, Freezer, Cooler Etc. ,



OPEN ALL THE-YEAR ROUND. At the same time Protect Yon frbm Mosquitje( 'with Screen Wire, green &galvanized ; Window & Door Frames. : ;



Special Low Rail for Summer Guests. .
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H1. T._ BUDGE, Titusville, IFTa.

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J. G.; MoDONEL I .

., mil":l.111.a.D.1: Futch, A Cheap' Bargain. H. R. OLMSTEAD :
28aug3m ,
Proprietor.Sheep INDIAN RIVER LUMBER CO
Drayman. 10! acres hickory and oak 'hirmmock. /-
done reasonable rates. Attends ,
Hauling at about four. and on -b&f a tes cleared The Pioneer Dealer In

at Thirty-Three Cents all departing, and meets-all arrlv and planted with one hundred ana:afty .

Each lug trains. orange trees, just coming Into bearing. GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Incorporated, Feb. 28, 1891.

Orders left with .G. B. Humph or at Situated at Eau:: Gallic; beautiful;'loe&4 -

> ADVOCATE office, will receive prompt tlon. For Information address, I Eau Calliea R. RANSON Manager. :r
A despatch to the 7Ym,,-Democrat from attention.
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& IIooo
GooDS
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San Antonio says: "There Is a great 4* Melbourne;,Fla. I keep In Stock "a. Choice variety of TITUSVILLE) FLA.-:
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scarcity of money In all the lower Rio t} H .GLEASON & CO ; \ ,
: GROCERIES HARDWARE
Grande part of Texas. There has been *

little rain -In eighteen months; the Dissolution of Partnership. CROCKERY TOILET ARTICLES, ETC HOUSES FRAMED TO ORDER./ ";* %<. ,H

ranchmen are all in debt, and the farm ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES. 'And will Sell as Low as the Lowest. BROTHERS' MIXED PAINTS *
HKkERT HARRISON unequalled for beauty and lastingV
ers hare been unable to raise enough for 19 GIVEN to whom It may ,

their actual needs. The scarcity of mon- NOTICE I between, that the J.partnership P. Turner and heretofore J.E.Ender existing ,,.;,_ Call and examine my Stock. 18 qualities bolor.Cards and prices on application. '' ,

ey was emphasized yesterday at Roma, TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED under the firm name of J, K. XI.\er.lt Co., ha Agency for the "AermoUr,*' .the beet Wind Engine mad. '. h'
on the Rio Grande where 218 fat and been dissolved this day, by m"tuaiaonHnt. Notice .
healthy capable of four AND PERFECTED. 1l la hereby!given to all debtor and creditor HODGES & GODFREY .
sheep growing
of the late firm ot J. K.Ender!: A; Co.,that all lia
pounds of wool annually sold for 83 Abstracts Furnished and Re-Sumys assumed GEORGE F. DUREN. ARTHUR T. FEASTER: : r
Manufacturers 6f

cent It is apiece.not surprising, in view' of the Obtained. at dne Tltusnile said firm, this are to 27th herald day of August Witness_ A.I our)hands.18U1. S. -creEJ: : &:, :EJ: Sr: :'.E 7'

above Item 'that a number of Texans Pine Lumber '' .
have visited Indian River recently bur J. P. Ti'RXKB. Yellow :; THE OLD RELIABLE >,
Defective Homestead and Pr'e-Emption 3 6t J.E.KSDBB.Master's ,
the purpose of locating where they: can Entries Corrected and Pefected. ROUGH. DRESSED: : '

make a living. Some of our pineapple Claims Adjusted before the Depart- Sale. Orange Rox.llrnda MEAT 1 ?[ARKET.We

growers get as much for a single apple ment at Washington. Fruit Vegetable Crate. ,.

as their brethren In Texas are reported Correspondence solicited. 16 AND BY VIRTUE OF a anal decree Lumber delivered at any part of Indian Riveron have also selected carefully a largo stock of ,
aa getting for a fine sheep. We have UNDER ... and sale Issuing out of and through bill of lading. Anyono contemplating
building "
on the East Coast would do well to
EAU CALLIE FLA. under seal of the Circuit Conrt of the R.OO 8
paid as high. $1 apiece for choice pineapples the writ for prices. The Bawnilll situated on the i ,
Brevard
7th Judicial Circuit of Florida, In and for -
(during the past month. county. In Chancery sitting In a certain J...T.. K. W.Kyn f mile sooth of ralatka. And carry In season variety ofg're1

Articles of Association of the cause therein pending, wherein ..Iram'J"hII Agent i'Cocoa,E. BtUln'1:Eau GalllCI,Eugene
I Is complainant and leG. Clement and Hasty Itralnerd. '<,no.(>
Order a'Sult. DeSoto Beach Improvement Clement, his wife, are defendant, said decree Satenma lllghts Putnam co. Flo.Jootemo ;
being under date of August lAth 1891, I will on xxxx CREAMERY BUTTER on Ice specialty..
'J. P. Turner & Co. have just added Company. the first Monday In October,the tame being the ,
the finest display' of samples, for mer 5th day of the month,and a legal sale day, fell, A full line of best brands of CANNED GOODS. j
,-, between the legal hour of tale, In front of the ,, ;
chant tailoring, that it has been'ourgood Court House) door, In TitnsvllleBnranlcounty, ORLANDO NURSERY Orders delivered at private residences; and at the steamboat landings and rallwar-' _,
ARTICLES WITNE.tbat the ,
fortune to'see in this country, and THESE have hereby associated themselves un Florida, the following described property to- depot. Meat department opens on Sundays from 6 to 8 o'clock. "
the reasonable. With wit Lot 27 of Indian River City, aooording to
are for
prices the of JAS.
very
together purpose forminga the thereof on file In the Clerk's office MATT, prop'r.OULANDO ..
map now .. ...
to select joint stock corporation under the General Incorporation -- n
hundred
over three samples of Brevard being In lot 1 of section S3, .
from. You leave measure and Act, a* contained In Chapter M of 24 county., south of M east,and described Professional Cards. :
can your McClel n'. Digest of the Laws of Florida and township range FLA. .T. it Sanders V
get just as nice a fit as if you personally Chapter 8TM of 1887 and Chapter 8,901 Laws of 224 feet north* and and bonnda CM feet a* follow east of t the Beginning:couthwest ** i t. ,
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step into your own tailor In New 1889, amendatory thereof. corner of the northeast quarter of section; GECKOS: *..ROBBUtl. ,WiLTXK 8. GRAHAM. Dealer la :
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Chicago, and ordered your suit. ARTICLE I. 33, township 24, south of range M east; runthence Orangee 'reel, V
Suits furnished in from 8 to 12 days. *tf OF OROAKIIATlon AKO KAIf OaXBIT. north 150 feet; thence east 200 feet 1 Lemon Trees BOBBINS ft GRAHAM, art,
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thence south ISO feet; thence west 200 feet to DRY GOODS NOTIONS '
Section 1. The of tlliA shall be
name
company
Fruit Trees
the place of beginning; or so much thereof asahall Grape ,
the DESOTO BEACH IMPROVEMENT COMPANY 4
By the Sail: Sea Waves. and by said name It may exercise all- be infllclent to satisfy the amount of said Catley Ouavas. ATTORNEYS-AT.LAW, CROCKERY ,
decree and costs Terms
the righto of a corporation accorded to It by theGeneral ,cash.J..P.Tons, Tahiti Limes, LoConto and Keifer TlTusviLUt: Brevard Co., Florida.P. x
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Incorporation Act of the State of SADDLKRr /
Our article entitled the Sad Sea '
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"By Florida. Special Master.Ronnm Pears,. Teach and Persimmon Trees, ;O. 1101,11IIO. l
Waves," which occasioned so much discussion Beo. i. The business of the company shall be A RaAS.Its, STATIONERY, '
a few weeks ago continues to develop managed by a Board of Directors, to consist of Solicitor for Complainant. 4ft Niagara>Grape Vines. Will practice all th*conn tie*of the Seventh '

Indentation', at distant points, as no felt.than.three, nor more,than five,as shall he til Circuit=des end for In the Supreme and Court. Special fa- FAMILY :MEDICINES
Examining Perfecting Land
shown by the following letter:, just received determined meeting oy sue. The stockholders Board of at Directors their regularannual shall Notice. yr. Lead. In a General Line of Nursery Title Correstmndenca solicited from Claimants j GARDEN, SEEDS.'

by our'esteemed friend, Mr. Goo.n. elect a President, Secretary and Treasurer who _Stock. TaugOmo and Heir to Spanish Grants. CHOICE GROCERIES, '

.Reed, Manager of the Canaveral Club: may or may not be members of the Board, butmu.t Is hereby given! of the formation of Money to Loan. I HAY CORN MAPES''
FERTILIZERS
be stockholders of the NOTICE '
corporation. to lie known a* the i'lorl.laLan.r ,
'73 Ocean street, ) The directors shall for the first be and Timber Company, with principal AItr ?'s. General Supply StoreHARDWARE I I 'FINIC: PATENT.FLOUR. -,
Dorchester,' taesAug.30,181.East : J J. O. Walton J. K.-&nouette. C. H. Walton, place of business at Titusville, Brevard county D. L. GACLDM, J. T. BAHDCM,
Heorge M. Bobbins and Walter 8. Graham. Florida. The will In the OOOOA FJ.or1.d.a.
company engage purchase Notary. for
Coast Advocate: The officers shall continue the discharge of the improvement and sale of real estateand1 la the place to Bell What. You Don'Want and Attorney Board County ,;
duties of their respective offices after the expi- personal property,out and manufacture timber, Buy What You Do. Commissioners.GAULDIIN .
Please change the address of I
my paper ration of their terms until their successor are and in manufacture from fibrous plant The Paints, Oils, Farming
from 100 Savin mil Ave. to 75 Ocean St elected or appointed, and have duly qualified.See. amount of capital stock will be SS.OOO. to be divided *,HulldeiV Material Implement 4 SANDERS, J. 3'P.' :Ro Kers
,Musical
I have Just returned from a trip to the .. Annual stockholders1 meetings ball Into 100 shares,ot Sao each. to be Issued atpar Instrument, a
be held at the principal office of the FURNITUR1:, and the New PROCESS DEALER' CLOTIIINO
business and company, value-40 per cent being paid up, and the VAPOR :IN V ,
found Mountains, on : at TitnsTllle, on the lint Tuesday of September balance to be subject to the call of the directors. STOVE,which It death to all others. ATTORNBYS-AT-LAW, ,
on my arrival, several copies of In each :year at which meeting the Board of The corporation will Gents. furnIshing'' Goods Show

your'paper. Directors shall be'elected and serve until the of It* by-law and a commenceattiongwlth WW'practtoe la all the Courts of the BUM :Hats,..
next: annual until
meeting or theksuccessorstie the Secretary of State, on or about the first day
In one was an account of a visit of duly: qualified. of Florida,and the United States Courts Caps Umbrellas Tsars ?
of October 1881> and continue for the, ..term of Villas
your townspeople the beach near the See. 4. It shall be the duty of the President

Canaveral Club House. I would like to to: preside at all meetings of stockholders, and tTThaebu.llDeeeofthe company will conducted P.O. Dos,S35. .* TITC8VIUJB, LA. FINE CIGARS, Eto. '? si ,
be shall be ex-officlo Chairman of the Board of by a Board of Directors who will elect a president The only)house l
shake hands with correspondent, ] In town :
your ,
Directors. shall making
He execute all contracts behalf and to perform the duties i a sperm
actuary usually Money to Loan.
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any way, on. account of his frankness; of the company; which contracts, under pertaining to these office' cLUty.of Genta, Furnishing Good.. "V ;I+
but he ought not to judge of the build his hand when attested by the Secretary with -The highest amount of liability'or Indebted' I Drop ID and examine
Corporate seal shall bind the Corporation. The ness to which the corporation can at any time my stock;:'ind' '" ,
:
and It with the other .
ing only '
compare : grant other TITUS compare prices, Cash /comtx V
peflolOG itself shall not exceed ; customers >
subject seventy-five HOWELL
percent
i kind of northern building that he Is acquainted power of attorney: to .",eoutsoy. m .of the capital ttock. ,.' .. mind every' Conlderatl.oacompeUior1lt\ [,{,
with viz. "mad house insane heball of the Company which powerof attorney I GBOkoa M.BOBBINS.. ;
", a or shall he under the bans 01 th.l"re1ldent and attested WALTBB 8. GVAKAISY ATTORNEY.LT-LAW, claim.to conter. .. l
asylum. But then, I suppose. he by the Secretary with the seal of the Con PBTEB T. 8KITH., ,Call when 'Flat '
,,
Is perfectly familiar with the require poration. The President shall perform such 4t PBTBB: J. GILa. laTc'rcSt10* w all the courts of the Tth Judl- convenient. doot VV
ments of'st,1ch, a building, and knows other duties as u.uall"IMlrtaln to his office. r I south of ADVOCATE: office.
The Vlce-Presldent shall execute the duties of b In Office *
just what I Is needed. Probably the mosquitoes the President during his absence or disability, Notary .
drove him wild and lie thoughthe or at the request of the President. Town Ordinance.An TrrusviLUc, J'LA. -- <
was back In his old home once more. The Secretary shall conduct the correspondence DIXON & GRAY
An nc to amend Ordinance 1
,of the Company, keep the minutes of allmeetings enLuca .
vacation where tt A S\ m ,
Send him here
on a up of stockholders and directors,and per- "An ummanct for tnt Awument
people lift, and rll convince him that form such other duties** usually pertain to his and Collection of&"enutJor the town ofWtutvillt DR. )(. D. L. DODSON, Dealers
the waves are not always sad and also office' Florida _I Drugs Chemicals Pert Toilet j r'' .
tendenc1el. The Treasurer shall keep all moneys and account : mery. -
cure him of his dyspeptlo *of the Company,and shall Issue all .
stockof IT ORDAINED by tbe Town Council of '
Yours very truly the Company il*shall keep a record of the BE the Town of TltnsvlUe SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SURGICAL Articles, Fine Soaps, Stationery:. ? ;
GEO. II. REED: : Issuance transfer and cancellation of all certlfl ass 1. Dealers in spirituous, vinous or '
eatee of stock upon the stubs of the stock book, malt liquors shall pay a license tax of Two Hundred A MECHANICAL DENTISTRY JEWELRY, 1
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and shall perform such other duties a* usually and Fifty pollan for each place of bust ,near what the people lay about this store t SPECTACLES A "' '

A Cure for Paralysis. pertain Vacancies to his In office.any office may be ailed, by the a ness license j and therefor dealer paying shall be the authorised same and receiving to sell JoIr.Altnel Dear Sir-W. cheerfully testify to TTrUBVIUJS, FLORIDA. SEWING MACnmES.!:' .'

Frank Cornelius, of Purcell, Ind. Ter., Board of Director for the unexpired term.. spirituous vinous or malt liquors,or any of such Gasoline the edminble Stove.qualities W.' have of had the New I'rocee al&. 'Guns, Pistols, Bowing MacWnes n'tf' _

says: "I induced Mr. PInson, whose ARTICLE H. virtue liquor of,provided such license that,such shall authority not conflict: given with by tuontht, sad cannot point to a tingle one: fault.over TP\R. B. L. WILLS, Machinery Repaired. Watches, Clocks

wife had paralysis In the face, to buy a CAPITAL STOCK A JID FDfAKCK*. any of the State laws, or provision of such IL C.&I 101.A. 8crJmpuur. and Jewelry Specialty.Schdpl ,,
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Section 1. The ca"ltaI.totok of the Company laws) bat the provisions for the sal of liquor Titan Ul ,Ma J., mu.I PIIYSICIAN 4 SURGEON
shall be Fir Thousand Dollars divided into In this ordinance shall be UM Book and School 'SuppHeaw
tame
at those find a'eat
To their before the bottle of
great surprise one hundred share, of Fifty. Dollar each to be given In the State law. Process over the old.saving It keeps gasoline In la the Mw A graduate of the University Pennsylvania Subscriptions taken at published's prices. ;
had all been used she was a great 'deal paid up lu fnll. BBC.1. All dentist and lawyer w. a perpetual for ,
practicing lltate of :
wonder and Newspapenf
and Books
better., Her face bad been drawn to one: Sec. 9. Certificate of stock shall be signed their profession In the town of Tltusvilla shall delight.T1tusvillp an experience of twenty Magazine, o tov ,
side but the Pain Balm relieved all pain by the President,and attested by the Secretary : pay a license tax of Five Dollar. Any person May 11th 18111.Mn.BidDer Wilbur. years In practice, 'often his services to Prescriptions carefully compounded '
; with the seal of the and app'
Company the
countersigned or person or firm that shall carry on or conduct citizens of TltutvlUe and vicinity any time day or
,
and soreness, and the mouth assumedIts by the Treasurer. They may be transferred the business or professions above mentioned In I lUll delighted with the New Process Vapor sight '
natural shape." It is also a certain by Indorsement In blank,but no transferee of this ordinance, WlthoDt ant obtaining a license lito" II I. anon than I orrici:: OVER j. w. BOO ins.* co : : 1
any certificate of stock shall be entitled vote therefor shall,upon eony\ctlon. be punished ,
for lame back by lads B Wile
cure rheumatism )
,sprains, the same until the transfer lass been noted by a tin.of not 1555 than the amount or the licenserequired Titusville,11a.,May 5th, 1.1 DrugS ,
swellings and lameness. 50 cent bottles the Treasurer upon the book of the Company. ,breech offense. LA RUE P ELY, ." 49 1
for sale by ;Dixon: A Gray. 44 Sec. I. The highest amount of indebtednessor BBC. a. All ordinance and part of orillnance .
liability-to which the Company) at any In conflict with the provision of this JUSTICE OF THE PEACE J7xn DIST Patent
time subject Itself shall not exceed one-half thi ordinance an hereby repealed. This ordinance Medicines 'I\\; ,
Indianola. face value of it* capital stock.ARTICLE shall go Into effect Immediately upon being approved Notice. Notary Public for tiM Stan at tar,.. -' fa _*
III.OF by the Mayor. awed August 17th.Im. Contractor and Builder of over ao Jean". experLDc. .
Tat OESBXaL.BDaUBM OF TUB OOMFAXT. Attests. J. W. Rooms, a. H.BAY. On and after Jl."aI Finish a B.-Jalt Elegant Perfomerj and Met t .Artl..c:

Hr%'L. Faber and daughter Lorena, Section 1. The general nature of the Company Approved August Town 27th Clerk., Ia91. f'h-'misn August tit 1801, there MKLBOURjnC, TLA.Joo -Ti-.p, t ,

were over visiting at Indianola last Tues shall be to..develop.a town site and seaside. ae B. B.Wnao, Mayor. will be no freight received or signed for Kept constantly on hand at, A,-*:1 -
resort nun a .rat of land xtaniii.
from the ii uana"River to the Atlantic-()cesu;! at the Eden Wharf, rU Indian River -.: SI

day.Mr.. M. S. Ban and family were down a the short DeSoto dUtano Orove from said tract the property of land la known known r* Notice. Steamboat Co./. boats; and,as the Eden McAllister, T. B. Screyeix's b

visiting Mr. T. II. Sanders' family last and described*follow* to-wlt: NOTICE: 18 HEREBY GIVEN that 1ka- Grove ''II ute is permanently closed, .** .,., }
won he made
Lot T and S of section ill: and lot I and I of to the 110. Istmr 8.Judn "
Sunday.Mr. section all tm township a tooth n 01 Bre.ard.at"l the there will be no guests taken or landedAt Contractor for DRUG STORE. t '
rang
Jacombs and Mr. Nlsbet have east containing 188 acre,more or low,together Fifth "0!October 1IIUILlor the ..,. of cer- the Eden'Wharf. 1 \
tain real 01.
commenced work on Mr. Reed's house, i with quln.such other land a* the Company may ao- Elnlg,minor estate*.described Bo..rt D.* follow ElnJe and, to-witt A1fre4 I. Artesian Wells Also the latest New.oaL ,paper, :r rJod$. ,

which we hope to see finished soon. The Company may exercise all IL1 Reglaan al. polo on the south line 01 THOS. E. RICHARDS, a etc. .
There was quite a nice dance' at the sail for UM development of the power seuld into resort the 1If.W. K of JU S.V. X of section 5, co_ I'..- H --
ship ta,couth racg) IS east, tat feet wast of PBOPUKTO& J '
by disposing of lands, '
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. 8. Sam last dusting: amusement,constructsg meting buildings a tram,roador eon the.&co rner of said NW U of the N W W.wbieli Eau Gallle, Fla. 1;.,

Tuesday night, and all seemed to enjoy roada,and provld mean of transportation point I*id feet south and 2?feet west oftii*S W W. N. HENDRY : ..
corner of lot*$of Bobbin *Graham'addition
for It* member*and patrons from Titnsvlll and
I It very much. Those who went from other to the town of TttuvUlei thane na north Sl)

Indianola were caught in that blow and Sec.points.I. Corporation shall aomBtene*tmsi- along the eemtf of Canaveral. street, a. laid out :N".A. S Dealer In '
said addition. ,
d"
rain, on their way home. new te Article of Incorporation through acsf fact.BoraorleMtoajiolntSS
1)2 NEWSPAPERSUBSCRIPTION
with thsecreaty of Beat and with the '
I A pleasant dance was given at the Clerkof comer of lot 14 of Bobbin ft Oraham'iaddl. P,4
very the Circuit: Court In and for Bravant eonaty. General Merchandise
home of Mr., and Mrs., T.H.Sanders, last about the fort day of September, 1W1. It shalleontlnot non UM U UMOC corner run of lot wise M at sw said feet,adJltlon more or t less tbenee to Its, $ AGENCY ; .
of
several from *period twenty rear .
There
Friday night were run tootii W ,
TUusville and Cocoa as well as from the Asncurvv line of the If Nii oftheNWXofsaidsectb: t414LJu : The Pioneer Agency. DRY GOODS, .. .i .

Island. We think that there were about TbeM article may be amended oa TOM ofthreefifth 'i.; thaws rue sass..fuss, woes or Ito, to the 'LOt1iE; N For terms and sample copies address .
of the stock at place of beginning,coejulnlng shuns two
promt any legal sew
I fiftv people present, and at about twelve meeting called for that ** or to transact more or tow.I. er. H. KAUMAK, NOTIONS, ,
o'clock they an stopped dancing for a general bustuM*,and theJrit) of the outstanding ( .) b ec1e G.ha.'s *e eons bf tot U of Trrusyiu., Bward county, J'Ja.pSj .. .
while and had supper. Then Obey felt shall constitute a quorum at any Bobbin Js addition sad nit sooth : STATIONERY. i
t_"'0Iden' I'M feet, _or ew,along the parusl of land
about. fresh as ever, and dancing was WI_ oar hand and teal this SUt day of ....... des crib d I to the south U..01 the .w t4 = Choice Groceries' ,'
I kept up until about four o'clock in the September.A.D.UM. line. of I, ee.a ODC usa .
laance 01 170section 111M .north
C. H. WatTO, 1 till
{ morning. GBO. M. feet, more or lea*, to tb*sw eunor'of lot"u of ; : ,
BOBBIXS .. '
Bobbins :
*; Orahan's addition theme yes aut UM8fPiiAV .V -
FOR ; WaLTBB B. OBaEaK. along tb south tta*of lot*as had U of Said ed.dthu .; chit ..; 7. .
distance of US{.*,to the of 40JIIJ.Jr.l -
J. K LaJKXJITTB. a pace boginning. <
The ongoing two parcels of lead bo 1I> C. J. f.
Wines & rat t1MI ........7 or AJliM 1.1tatc.: HECTOR ,', > ;
: Spirits =
.TATS OF rummA. |IBBBVABD !K/tlwnwUofU- >. ..." of osoUoei J, tows /.s Y M oC Dealer In General >:;-! A
COCXTT. I hip O south of nag M east,time nu south = ,,, < (
thl personally came before me MMabovedeecritied tli _; line / Ij c I;,. ..
OB day slug *Net US feet nor or lies, to :Di.erO'hanc11. .
O. H. Wai too,Oeo. M.Bobbin, the.w Surest 01 tk* land of Robert Kutigi e ),' ,\, t ,J
Beers Walter S.Graham and i.K.L.cs.tw ad.sckN'lmowledgedlpum. u.-.5.1 aJoac tM South Bane 01 Robert D.;; Ae1l.WR tb.0o Melbourne 'j.6'" '
at She fongoioc X.i.Ip a iRaaei of rlI ftwtl to lb.ee etenr f1l a Fla .;
"' lot.01 Robbins II; Grataa. addition, u..a. telL if L .f.!""" r
In witasM whereof I henmnto aet-y band ... a tins .,. e4 ;
OIGARS ETC: and teal this SU day of September.A.D.ISM. ""'.w curedIt a.-teiI sp ddewmr Med by tM I IM--. ,."., oafi 'ii4: "
A. A, BTBVABT J.T. '.* IL W.1L L eo.. which track Pall 1 QfA11 a0t'AJatIII Hats Shoes .r. .4;
fi ClothingDq
or Tint: nvzsT: QUALITY Clerk of Cirait cart.e .- be.......wtcla a radius'"f tie loin to tM11M aestk .0 16 .. IS Good .
01 usM holiest$ 1aJC'a. led, Shines west wr_+
..tM place.d M'parcalUlaa4baia4UM 'I'M lust ........ ...........- i" !J! Just Arrfv.dt Splendid Goods.. ,
OO TO The cers of the Company foe tb Irst yaw property uf tuba IS.Oeardl ;. 1-.....-... "-. .
will be- -.....- OILS, PAINTS, HABDWASK c
|Losley & Rcnakcr. J. O, ..1.70_. Fnsldeot.Gsn. J.ft sail-' a: w" I posh'I' LEAD;
M. Bonus VteaPnaUoktC o Y As.n.wsi.Vwtglrr.N.S. DRUGS, GROCERIES, OIUIH : 1iOt :
Beeretary.CAAJUJt t Owhhlldsla .
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,$65: OUR SILVER QUEEN $65 ALLIANCE TALKS. extremity brought Of France dire necessity oat and 6t made her an THE WIDE"WORLD.. Zfo Was Seedy. ,


1. It t>o* lbl9 a Iret-clae* Buggy with Silver-plated DaN Rail, Seat I people prosperous and happy.the Not A story overheardr tan something like

... Rail, Handle, Hub Band, art* Shaft- Tip, for above;>> price? NEWS: OF THE ORDER FEOM ; of practical the puddlnV I and here We we admit have that It"proof don't GENERAL TELEGRAPHIC AND this| "I was sitting in a box: in a theatre

tt" ::> Oi 11: C, nbtC .).. ALL SECTIONS. init the ragtag and bobtail politicians, CABLE CULLINGSOf present one evening: when always'one look of around the men in
does suit the man of a
-1 bull t great pro
0 theatre for the easiest
< of
incase
< n daces In this country, and they are way escape
? > w 1 aM Items of Interest to Alliancemen going to have it. But even if it was un Brief Items of Interest From of fire, or for some way in which I
could reach the if
coAo tried common sense ought to point Out stage any accident
I Various Sources.
)
0 Everywhere. were to occur there. Now,
C wo is suppose
: 0 Z many good point.he surplus now _
a warehoused until call for ,it that actress gown should take flre. I
z aw Z consumers ,
Z
a Stater Alliance the Rev. Mr. Spurgeon U reported as rap would step on that garland there, Steady
)0C The Texas the mother and at a vast expense. During pres-
< ,
ing by the rail with the
myself
Idly his heal.h. arm which
ioD regaining
France ont of
of them all, has held a most harmonious tnt century came a War
: held
III z "I 0 session. There was no division and awing hundreds of millions of dollar The trial ,of Dr. Mathew, the wife my overcoat, reach my foot across
y 0 X z to that frieze in relief
b everything went off smoothly and amid Her people! are noted for their patriot'Urn. murderer, was concluded at Jasper a few high and spring
IC ) thence
to
< 0 C 0 enthusiasm. What did they do for a circulating day ago. The Jury's verdict was a lift I should have the stage. In thirty-five seconds

: > u 0 Z .*. medium They deposited their surplus sentence reached her and \have the
3o fl
::> 01Q.o warebomes borrowed and received tines smothered with my coat.
< crone in money Census Commiealoner Porter
It is not because this Alliance doe not short ''I laughed at him. Well, as It happened .
the indebtedness a time
110ft the exact
the last card showing
Tuesday
know ,
3 t what it "'wants but because it does that actress did
catch
WrIt. for. our New SO page'Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicle know, that is bringing out such a tiradeof issue Even of yet this sub-treasury is used in France plan for instead the number of people in this country. The fir, and she very gave a piercing gown scream that
money card showed
AddressSOUTHERN abuse from the cess-pool of corruption 62,623,800. almost threw the house into a panic.

BUGGY CO. against It-Witbrn CaJL ,of bonds.wuzncncostae.t. Dispatcher of Tuesday say that What did my friend dot Forget al)

.% violent gales of wind, accompanied by about his fire scheme and lose his head

CINCINNATI .. .. OHIO U.S.A. The AUianet Vtndieaty (Sulphur : TUB orposmos! furious rainstorms, continue to sweep like the rest Not one bit bf it. He did
From whencfl this opposition to over Great Britain and Ireland. said
comes I just exactly what he Le would do.
*, Tu.) : "Alliancemen
says; every
were are learning to ask questions about an expansion Of the volume .of money I A London cablegram says: The marriage His coat was around the woman in less

tho stewardship of public servants that From men in Wall street and from the of Miss Mary Lincoln, daughter of time than it took me to wonder at his

: are simply paralyzing to'a lot of bosses corporations running great daily newspapers the United States minister,'lion. RobertT. activity and the audience was cheering

O who constitute the 'court- 'rings four in which these men in Wall rtreet Lincoln, to Mr Charts B. bharn of him. (t was a sort of discipline' with

l county seats. own a controlling! interest The men in Chicago took place Wednesday afternoonat him, you see" Repeated in print for

O ,.% Wall street are agents of the"Kreat cape! Brompton Parish church. tho benefit of those who may have a
rt talists in Lombard street London, who chance to the hero time. 2arYork
London cablegram of Monday lays: play some -
The Arltantat Farmer, (Little Rock,) all the food of the
s -S. buy surplus product Triune
The cashier of the Bank of England declares -
it thus "If this
puts : government must
world. These in Lombard street '
E fEt felEI 1I86bEt men that there is no truth in the rumor
ei depend upon''helt' and cotton to bring
r own our farm mortgage, .ur bunk,. r,il-
S. being circulate I to the. effect thattho The Judge Waited.
back our gold from Europe, and keep road mining and ,
telegraph, manufaclf
bank had been robbed of a very large -
the.balance of trade in its favor, cannot stocks and desire that tbe
uring they
of The man who forgets his Own the
sum name
these same products bo depended on to interest and dividends upln money. ,
6U hold the gold at home and keep up the these investments, running into the ,The weavers at the Barnaby ginghammill : man who cannot remember where helives-
balance of trade between at Full River Mass. quit work and the other absent-minded fellow who
our own people hundred Of millions ivery year, shall ,. :
The farmer think so. in 'wheat Wednesday, alleging poor wages as the passes his.wife on the street and, respond
be corn cheap
LARGEST paid cheap ,
leg to her smile and bow aaks himself
with ,
There is also some difficulty
cause. ,
and beef. So they
cheap pork cheep put
looms "Where have I met that lady before areall
live hundred are
About
FOR-> The column Since their agents in Wall street on.!' Andin overseers.
subtreasury grows. outdone wild
by western jurist. Ex-
; idle. The are not memb! en of
TOWN E TO CU H PIANO RI our last issue several other states have turn the agents in Wall street put our the union. weavers Governor Furnos of Nebraska tells this
"on. Then the newspapers '
wheeled into line and declared solid for great newspapers story of Judge Broady of Omaha. On

INIS a 1.eORL the Ocala demands:: ,The list up to the begin their piping against silver dispatch of Monday from Washington One occasion Judge Broady left his office
gill D ,l. the It is estimated at the treasury
present is as follows: coinage, against sub-treasury' plan, says: and on the outer,door posted a card with
North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina, the land loan scheme.; The entire con department that there has been au Increase the words, : "Back again in ten minutes.

Maryland, Alabama, West, Virginia, spiracy emanates front the holders of the of over$0,000,000 in cash holdings Take a seat and wait." "At the foot of

? C? North, Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia world's securities and its cons'ant pur- since August ls% representing a dtcrease I he staIn,",says Governor Furnos -IJ udge
Texas, Georgia and Arkansas. pose is to buy the 'labor and products of of the public debt to that amount, according BrOady happened to 'remember that he-

In all these thirteen conventions there the world for as low it figure as possible. to the,old form of debt state had forgotten something. Slowly he

TEBRE were but three votes against the sub- This can be done by the use of a con ments. climbed the steps and once more he became

treasury plan, tracted volume of money The London A. London cablegram of Tuesday, says: submerged in his own thoughts. At
Jews found this out several years in Advance Austrian and German con
newspapers the door of his own office he paused and
f The Democrat; (McKinney, Tex.) notes: of the farmers and have been tinue their excited discussion of the Dar- read the card on the door. Then the

"The Alliance movement had its birthin taking advantage/ of their knowledgeFor danelles question. While they profess judge deliberately sat down 'and waitedor

the South and has spread" over the nearly two hundred years.. We en-' not to believe the report that Turkey has himself to come back.

Union and has broken down sectionalism caped their rapacity during, 'the war, yielded to Russia, they declare that if ,""- -
and united the farmers North and temporarily, but a4 soon as (he war the report is :rue it might induce most Nicknames 'of the New States.
was over they began planning ..for terrible complications for all Europe.
South in one grand patriotic Union to '
the control of finances which Only four' of the six states created)
our
stand by their rights: ; the North has ,the A Paris cablegram of Sunday says: within tho post two years have nicknames .
they easily accomplished by most
taken the lead in declaring their independence villainous Agents of. the Chilean congressional so far as we' have heard Theseare
of
pieces legislation ever placed
of the old political parties, upon the statutes of a civilized nutinn. party have received an official dispatchfrom the Dakotas Montana and Washing
and all that now remains is for the The which confronts Santiago saying that the congressional ton. North Dakota has been dubbed
only question 'now
Southern brotherhood to go and do like the of this is this ) party is in contiol of the capital; the Flicker-tail State, South Dakota the (
producers country :
wise. We have faith, that they will be debts the Jews in that Balmaceda fled Friday night and Swinge-cat State. Montana the Stubbed.toe .
with us in '92. The people are coming .Willyou pay your to that the country is tranquil. Buenos and the Chinook
.to save the nation. Lombard street with $7 pork, S3 beef, Ayres dispatches say that Balmaceda. State "Washington
S'ate-St. Louis Olobt Democrat.
50 cent corn, and 11 wheat, or will pay resigned in favor of General Bnqutndo.
a". them in $3 (2.60 beef 15 cent
pork, corn
MAroARIA cured and eradicated from tho
'[?ateftt .pplled lor.] Following are dates and locations of and 50 cent wheat, ? That is the only special dispatch from Pertle Springs, system by Brown' Iron Bitter, which en-

'This>a one of the mart convenient jdaaaare and business vehicle for th.t"W7Ir. Stats Alliance meetings yet to be held: question there is to be settled That is Mo., saysi The subtreasury ana loan rlchrs tbe blood tonn the DnVeII, aid dlireetfon. -
r"1tn,M manor t&rmer2 on earth. Owing to the oonatruotion of the body California, Los Angles, October 20. always the question every year and always schemes wero rej-cted by, the Missouri 111 Act like 11 charm on tI'f'OnaID and' general
it it light "h time of to health firing new energy strength.,
rfwrael eight
wry same very and It the fcomi.eM 'Alliance convention by a vote
.l pi..nre or ....<... *.A4.,(. on |A. _*.,. Colorado October 20. will be the question so long as these the '
Florida Dale City October 20. in four. The demands adopted by convention The trouble t* that *o few men as good
A WRITTEN GUARANTEE QIVIN ON IAOH.YIHIOLI. foreign bankers haw investments this the Ocala with the as they think their neighbor" should be.
I nsC 'itMteUatrntosttMfeiiffbUoMbmiam'l.' WIlle b rdo.s itratiWistA Illinois, Springfield, October 27. country and certainly so long ss they are platform sub-
of the laud loan and
Indiana, November 17. continue to own a controlling interest, the exception
TERRE HAUTE
CARRIAGE
AND BUGGY CO Terre Haute Ini. clauses which remanded
treasury mere
Iowa, October 13.K&nsas. as at present In' all our great banking Summer
Salllno. October 21. transportation and manufacturing enter. to lu\>.unlolll to decide upon.

I. ,. Kentucky, Elizabetl\town-, 10. prises.' The picture is perfectly plain. George Moerlein, vice president of the '

I.I I Michigan, Latsing, qctober 0. The commonest man ought to be able tosee Mocrlein Brewing Company, the richest Weakness
C New York, November 4. it. A narrow and constantly narrow- concern of the kind in Cincinnati, died

RSG S Pennsylvania, Ilanisburg, NOT. Wt lag!; volume'of money bused on gold :Monday morning of pneumonia. On aCcount -
-t South Dakota, Huron, date not fixed. which is controlled entire'y by a few men of the old age of his father, Christian Loss of* Appetite Sick

*. in London is bound' to give the farmers 'Moerlein, his son George had practical Headache and 'That Tired
,
of the immense business of the firm.
of this low prices for their ,
The Rural Florae Wilson N. 0. country produce I
( ) says;
"This meeting of the State Alliance just ., By the adoption of the sub-treu- I He was also president of the Georgia Feeling are cured byHood's
Granite Company and reaped a large Income -
ended was a most remarkable one. ury plan farmers would not be compelledto
sell the just when the buyers get from this source.
crops
the and their allies
Though been partisan press ready to buy. The active volume of At a conference at Leeds, Monday, of
would have glad to have learned
delegates from the various labor union
IS that had been discussed money would be increased and with it the
partisan politics
ot all would take a rise. organizations of Great Britain represent
price produce ;
in this
to
meeting jet we are pleased Sarsaparilla.
Atpxtfolte.THIS bonds ing 50,000 workmen a motion to 'form a
tell them that nothing of the kind did But the face value of the stocks,
unions of killed and
federation
unskilled -
and owned by the foreign
happen but that there was a unanimity mortgages

Is the machine that ol feeling, a clasping of hands a touching -' bankers not be made could higher not to go up.compare They with could the quently Wo a men committee was approved.was appointed Subse-to DONALD KENNEDYOf

of elbows without one single break.,
$ used In the Office rise in the value of the produce in which organize the federation. Unions comprising -
The sub and county Alliance organizations
: Sh11rtest0 :Mend S. did their work well in such they are paid. The result would be that a membership of 116,000 men
sending
UUL.INNITI Court-room and for have announced their adherenceto
, Quickest, I lectures and, reporting men to this body to represent them. I instead ,in of a paying large quantities our obligationa of. the already new movement.A Roxbury, Mass, saysKennedy's

Compartment; and Pullman False* sermons. a'. the fruits of our toll we would be dispatch from Geneva says; Switzerland -
'
Sleeping Can through without change, I While,its speed i II greater than any The West Virginia State Alliance in able to pay them in a small amount. was startled Monday morning by
direct connection its recent convention elected the follow be And another serious accident the
would
creaking:: I other Of course the rest ours. railway Medical l
known method it is simple Discoverycures
so
lOUIS' ing officers: President T. A. Houston; that would represent the profit on our third within a few muuth This timean

JnCENTRALUNIONST', .' that any intelligent person can galn'Ipeed a Vice-President, J. R. Thayer; secretary earnings. Of course if the f aimer desires express train entering the railroad station Horrid Old Sores, Deep.-

And the WEVT, and with Through car of loo or more words per minute and treasurer B. J. Parks; lecturer, to contribute the lion share of all\ he at Zurich, the capitol 1 of the cantonof

lines for { in five or six weeks without the Joel Johnson; business agent. J. M. raises on his farm to the foreign owners that name, dashed into a train that Seated Ulcers of 40' years"standing

the aid of an instructor. Circulars and Bidentstrykt-r; representative to National of American railroad, bank and manu was being shunted in order to let it pass.: Inward Tumors and

fjI1ibMUU NORTHWEST testimonial sent to all who mention 'Alliance M. Fish The Secretary's facturing stocks and American farm Four of toe passenger cars of the train ,

DETROITBUFFALO this report showed thirty-eight county organizations I mortgages be wants to keep right on believing that was being\ shunted were' wrecked every Disease of the Skin, except -

lines for paper. an increase of eighteen what is told him in the corporation and many,passengers injured. Thunder Humor and
and Points n Canada within the while there are 800 vote the straight Republican ,
L T. PIERCE, FAYETTE, omo, year newspapers, Fire broke out in Wionemucco, Nev.,
,
and the EI1It. I local Alliance., with 18,000 members. I or Democratic ticket and seal Sunday in an unknown manner and Cancer that has taken root.

Only. cue change/ of car I Sol Agent for U. S. and'Canada.. Resolutions were adopted reaffirming the his eyes 'and open his pocket forever. spread with great rapidity. Tuo waterworks -

NEW I ORLEANS Ocala platform{ leaving the question -of If the farmer is not a silly\ ass be can be faikd utterly, and every buildingin Price, $1.50. Sold by every

, Meridian, a third party open; favoring temperance : made to see the difference between giving the line of the lire except one was destroyed. Druggist the United States
Jackson, Vicksbursr, Points in and urging'the importance of a farmers' all to his debts and giving only The total loss will be $100.000;

AND TUB exchange and appointing a committee to I what it 11 just and right that he shout"I insurance $00,000. 'The principal losers and Canada

TEXAS ixrya&w.Passenger work to that end give. Will he see itt We think he are Levy & Co., general merchandise

via this line are afforded an THE TRAVELERS, ,% must and will.-Plain' Tolls (Vermillion, $73,000; insurance $40,000. J. Schmidt, TOR OLD AND YOUNG.

excellent View of Lookout Mountain and Florida. MCBT BB A1UAXCEMEN. 8. D). shoe store and residence $42,000; no TotfjUwr PIIU ad u kindly ow the
surrounding Historic Scenery. Jacksonville, insurance. Masonic hall, $20,000; in-
It is reported that the committee on CHARLESTON'S
-' legislation in International Labor Congress TRADE. surance $12,000.

P. C. RAY, B. E. Pas. Agt, Atlanta in recent session at Brussels,' Germany f ffpills
0 'The Travelers corner Bay and Cedar favored the pledging of workingmen An Immense Increase in theCity's DEATH IN THE MINES.

D. J, MUtLANEY: Dtv. Pas I. Agt, streets Jacksonville, Fla. A new brick in all countries not to support my Business.A -

Chattsnnog. hotel nearest to all railroad stations and candidates for public positions unless Charleston dispatch of Tuesdaysays An Explosion of Fire Damp Kills acts...to_.acl.-th So the weak .......

D. 0.; EDWARD O, P. di T. A., steamboat transient landings.business.Especially Elegantly! adaptedto furnished they are prepared to advocate reforms in : The total business of the city for Many Miners.A .ow U,1Li11-,.Mid btadd.r.ar.Y .

CINCINNATI; O the interest of labor and to support legislation the ju > rooms, single or en suite. Table year cablegram says; An explosion AppIIH bto XourUk Q
the best. This hotel was built demanded by workfngmen. It is, of (17,035,001 over the trade of 1880-90. took Monday morning in Malaga """""*I, d, Clew* ttu H-.J,
as"good u Hats
that the this Uw SOCM and ernsCATARRRI
evident delegates to convention The total trade of the for
city the Bedmlnster
furnished and operated as a 13.00 a day year colliery, near Somersetshire.
THE house rates are now reduced to $3.00 a are in full sympathy with the 1890-91, was $98,654 003, as comparedwith A large number of miuen were at workin '
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day, while tho service 1s better than-ever. ideas advanced by the Alliance. U becomes (30,019,717 1880-90.. Five years the mine at the time of the disister. IRsrms

NEW LEVER SAFETYThe Breakfast from 6 to 9; lunch from 11:80to more evident every and day that these. ago the trade of Charleston amounted to A dull, rumbling sound underground I! r. t sad amen.niek.

9:30; dinner from 5:SO to 7:SO, Thisis ideas are gaining will ground cryaUlUiag.The $50,948,553 It will be remembered that followed by a cloud of coal dust tuning 1UIMTM Coat InxHM. JIeiod and
in Jacksonville time soon come when tne five years ago on Monday night last the from the shaft-first announced that some eac.atUr..
the only hotel serving in line U.V 111.08.,II W.... 1Ie.,s T.
regular meals at these hours. AU others working people every very foundations of the city were shaken, terrible accident had hap pend. An exploring --

Ire at least one hour later, Use the Including many business and professional and millions of dollars' worth of property party at once began the work* of SMITH'S WORM OIL
men, will be arrayed on one aide and was laid in ruins. But at the end of fiveyears that
the ticket 29 investigation. They signaled a firedamp
Travelers' omnibus, save lords and smart Aleck the I. CBdeebledlr the Beet Qalckeat, .e iBleet
on effort and
money of intelligent conservative of serious
explosion the most na UcllabU .
each Herat
teats Mrdlclee 8U.rALsmro
way.BURTON other. It is a great pity, but if it must business metho Charleston has
removed ture had occurred, and that they bad OA Sept !a.18110.
I K. BARRS be let it come in a deliberate, peaceabl every trace of the earthquake, and already found four dead miners. The certify that on the Uih of ...wptemttul
and the world will not be commenced giving child S)
my
way deluged shows a gain of $31,006,160 in its trade bodies of these unfortunate men went 'mlthaortaOU..
and the following d r&woraia
10 Proprietor.' 'with blood. as it is lure to be otherwise.Proyrtuit and commerce. then hauled to the surface.. A moment. t to*iacbca. long, were -.111 from.
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Farmer ". a W. Lora
or so later four other miners all serious
;-- -- .- **. KOLB'S SUCCESSOR, ly injured, were brought out of the mine Sold Everywhere as Oomta-

ANOTHER WRECK ALMOST AS OLD AS.TBS BlLLft. and U was announced that miDI other

The I'roffretitM Farintr (RaleIgh N. Has been Appointed and a Law were known to be either dead or serious KINC COTTON

The PERFECTION of SIMPLICITY In Which Five People Lose their 0.) says;, Some or the opposers of the Suit will Result.A injured._ _ _ Boy *f sell year Cones JOKES
arm,ECONOMY of pOWER.NO sub.treasury still argue that it is a new, Ala.
Lives.A Montgomery; dispatch says;
GZAIi6 wild unheard-of thing. Again they say Governor Jones Tuesday addolnted flea A BIG REWARDFor 15-Ton Cotton Scale.

CIIA.lS N dispatch from Evtnsville lad., says to us that the sub-treesury plan is Im tor D. Lan., of Athens, commissioner of $6 MI HOT CHEAPEST BUT UST.

VARIABLE STROKE only two seta that Monday mornioK between Indian P..11 mixed City practicable, jet this same plan has been agriculture, to serve between the ..pV'olntive the Parties Who Caused the :tot OT tenu BIKGHAJCTOJ addneiJOST3 ,
and Troy. Perry county, tried with abundant success in this
of Revolving Bearing term which Comrniwionvr Statesville Wreck. JlurGH.U TOY. R. Y.
train in which were twenty
Boat Hill all around passengers coUDtrllxlore these Solomons had -
and young
Climbing Kolb is fillioff, and the first elective term ---
Trio
encountered a broken rail. The existence. Turn back a few of Richmond and Danville offers R..I T..y. wtNa
Safety made.alaTjixrpGVn engt.neleft the track sad dashed down i COUDt", '* history and read about page tbs under the law ranking; the office elective, ten tWi,aod dol an for the arrest and lronictioo ALLAB01"1'. ;! unlS..t and ..-. &mav-n dtIItT-m
your The
the last
; F* EFI a.Steep embankment kilting five people land loan scheme of the Pennsylvania passed by legislature. ta..ault.ap.pointmeo' of the p nun or pen ns whrenoted ', .W 1 ,_. .&. a. yt..Ss
will
others. Those I precipitate a it rail f>o-. the track of theWrarers -
and' wounding
.msny and the tobacco warehouse :
system .
colony .
ua
Kolbl fr en.dlltatoJ that the appointee KKMUllDf. T e
killed were; Mrs, J.>hn CnIDaugh, j of Virginia, which at the time saved; N H. D. SMITH MACHINE CO. Hiss would demand the transfer of the office
lad., John OaftUlfgl\. Troy, Ind., colonists from alter ruin; then read a end that Kolb would and force brid.i.- InuieU oonots N"rth .IUI..CI....t... ..J "."
refuse
Barbara Najnter. Harris township, Ind, and how ibis Caruliaa, on the night of Wednesday.
SM1THVILLE little French history see Lane to resort to warraato proceedings No Pinsioo. No Flt.tt.a .
quo August 20, JSOt This PENSION
Emma Schue, Melnread, I.nd.&Abon same warehouse plan in 1859 reward U the Tali
to out him. Laze's' of the kind .. \\t1 fl .
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aggregate Increase of, $18,839.058. To THROUGHDIXIE TRADE' REV'UtW.' Some. late Legal' Decisions.Attai .
GEQRGIABRIEFS.Newsy this add the increase in 'Fulton ---i. -
of $028Q,030| and |25148 ,- : Report of Business of 'Past ey and Clf! nl-The following

680 II givuu aa the total Incrense NEWS OF THE SOUTH BRIEFLY Week by Dunn & Co. dedslon1 relative to the relaton! of attorney
Paragraphs Pi om Over for the state. ThU is a splended show- U.'Q. Dunn Jt Co'.. review of trade' have recently been rendered I
the State. log for the progress in wealth and PARAGRAPHEDForming 20th An attorney la uuthortied .
for week ended. Au rust snyst' Spec. Authority-- /J ,
prosperity of the state. Last yearvalurs ulaiion In breadstuff has broken down to receive money paid the clerk of the Yip ,po
in the sato made the most\iopracedonted > of Daily The failure to export at more than about court upon a Judgement rendered In favoi I
The Tin" thinks Brunswick ought toak' forward known and : an Epitome
step ever
administered corrective his client. I'
$t.10 for wheat has a of
Ihe legislature to pas a resolution the tot.l value of all propar: went from Happenings Here and There.. needed. to
which this trade greatly An attorney employed prosecute a
irecomm-nding that tue government of $345,833.837 to 1878,368,784. an increase __ ..I' The threatened withdrawal of the crop suit, in the absence of direction from his -1J-1
the United States continue the ilO.rtOO.nnO
of *3M27.M7 or
experiment nearv I
the several by the Farmers' Alliance amounts to .c client cannot delegate his authority as '
of Using dyntmite explosions for more than any previous year and the Increase Pasiengcr agents, representing bush t
the purpose of deepening the water ou this year is second only to that of roads belonging to the Southern: little that receipts were 11,400,000 such to another attorney. f itfaffMr I '
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els for last against 4,000 Where there are two plaintiffs and one 74y.
Lookout reported
the outer bar. last Of the 187 counties only sixteen Passenger Association met on Week ,
year. mountain Wednesday to, reorganize the 000 for the corresponding week last year, of them has engaged the services oi an In a cough-more than 'tTet'-a. .-
show decrease which demonstrate '
The rate and committee of the Southern that the increase a In, the value of real I association.A while receipts of other grain slightly attorney, and the other, while not expressly your blood Is "bad." ,It make ,. .[..j;
Steamship Passenger Association meta to him has x ), .
decreased. Money moving rapidly recognized
employing ] Bat
for
few and accumulation of special of from Quanah, things easy Consumption
at Greenbrier White Sulphur estate personal property Saturday
days ago has been treated him his the .
the Interior but the treasury and as attorney
Is not confined alone the Tex. a fire afternoon destroyed there's a cure for it in Dr. ;
springs and it is reported that the to commercial says Saturday
itself, adding $2,800,000to condgct a case he Is the representative
strengthening
low Pate ot cent a mile WM given to the centers, but is distributed twelve blocks of business houses and in Is, aisolalm the Medical Diseoverr.; .PtiOfiI'
i. Its gold for the week taking of both, and U too late to iI'iI'G0J4en
Piedmont. exposition to be held in At throughout the state. A most remarks- on Public square, In that city causing $000,000 more treasury notes than it has relation after awarded on a Judgment tin cure-not only for :
lanta. bIll Increase shown In Fulton conntv. a loss of $70,000( with $32,000 Insur pnt out. The official announcement that has been money paid him. Lungs, Spitting of, .Blood, <<

Conservative estimates of the crop Joss For the year 18911Ih showed the largest ance. all 4} per cent bonds not offered for extension An attorney at law can not by any chit Asthma and *fl If :
in Bald win county occasioned by the re- increase in of real and personal The board of trustees of th! Industilal on September 1st will be paid on agreement in pals commute tho debt of Coughs, but for Consumption I itseff; \"'' ;

cent floods is very little short of two hundred property ever shown by any county in Institute and college of Columbus, Miss., demand, promises a large addUion to the his client or compromise his suit without In all its *a'rlier stace* It1 i' l "
value of .
Last the
thousand dollars. In view of the Georgia. year aggregate in recent seslon at Jackson, fleeted u available currency after the first of next express authority so to do. lonabla All these dtseaseaT dependlon : if
rapid rise and fall of the Oconee river allproperty the county was $18.083,378; president of said institution Robert month. An attoraey who receives from a collection
the belief is justified that the fiercest of this year it is '::1:1,8: <<,900. or an increaseof Frazer. L. L. D., who Is now the president Meanwhile foreign news is compare.lively agency claim in the name of an- taintod blood Oonsumptioa, ,

the storm was of a decided local nature, $8,270.624. This magnificent Increase of the Noble Institute: of Anniston, unimportant though the rate of other person cannot retain the money simply Long. .scrofula. And rMevery' '
*nd the fact that the river rose fourteen appears not from the work of tax assessors Ala. foreign exchange baa declined duringthe collected thereon to satisfy his demand form of scrofola n'dblo04 .

feet in about two hours an unpreceded but from the returns made by prop- Charcoal furnace No. 80, of the week and the prospect of gold imports against the agency for services renders taint the "Discoy.ti"1.iso.rtaW: '.' 1
occurrence. erty Owners themselves. The largest Woodstock Iron Company, at. Anniston, becomes brighter. u. remedy. It's 'so' cerUUi.' ,that rto,
single.return Is of $300,000, and Is made Ala., burned Saturday morning between of when for the week are Car Berths. A husband traveling It benefit '
Chaney Gann better known as Granny by the American Trust and Banking Exports: Sleeping matters guarantee td or 1.. l.
Gresham colored, who died in Marietta the 9 and o'clock.. The loss is about thirty about six times those of last year, though in a sleeping car has the right to cure, In every case,-.r the money I* ,
recently was exactly one hundred Company; largest individual return it thousand dollars, with $28,800 insurance. somewhat lest than a year ago for flour, admit his w.lf. who is also a passenger refunded. with a medicine hat V, .
tad sixteen yejrs old. She left children of $406,000,.andls made by Mr. W.. D. This furnace was built in 1883, and was and much less for corn. The price of into the berth occupied by him, and the this be done.There's '

gray haired and infirm. "Granny Jrfs-. GrantTENNESSEE'S_ _ the pioneer industry of Anniston. It corn declined 5 cent for the week, refusal of the company's servant to allow certain, can ,. \!\
'faam"a" age Jt I is said, is verified by bill.fOf will be rebuilt this fall. though oats rose one cent per bushel. him to do so is a breach of contract, -- .Catarrh'
sale now in existence. In conversation LEGISLATURE I The Mississippi Valley Lumbermen's Crop prospects are In all respects exceedIngly though he may have paid for, on* berth a 'cure: for toot.
She could recall events during the -' Association, was organized at Minneap bright and reports of injury by and his wife for another, no matter what ,yonVe been 11ed t *
revolutionary war, and was positive she Meets in Extra Sesalon-Impor- oils Minn., Tuesday. The chief objectof Frost do not appear to affect any considerable A sleeping car company has the rightto believe. If there isn't, in your caili, I'

,was as old as represented. portant Work to be 'Done. the meeting was to raise the price ,of proportion of the crop, There Is sell a whole section to one person, and you'll Ret $600,cUb.' It>; a bona-; ,

Messrs. Burton Smith W. D. Ellis and The Tennessee legislature assembled lumber and a report was unanimously every rea'on to suppose that the yield of'' DO cause of action arises from the refusal fido offer that's made by ,tho."proprietors
L.;Z. Roster left Atlanta several days extra lesslon at Nashville, Monday with adopted which recommended an advanceof I wheat will be much larger than 644,000.- of its conductor to sell the upper berth of Dr. ,SageV Catarrh
*go, for New York to urge the creditors nearly a full attendance. Governor $1 per thousand, the Minneapolis Hit i)00 bushels, estimated by the agricul-\ In such a section to another' passenger Uemedy. There's' risk in. it to, bo
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of Steve Ryan to accept his offer of aCompromise. Buchannan's message was sent in early, to be used aa a basis from this time tutal department, ,though a yield no though that berth was in fact unoccupied. but to ,take I
All the attorney* HUluoriZd and read to both houses. It h devoted. forth.' rreater would leave 200,000,000, Where a berth la sleeping 'car., has lure, they are -willing ,,
this committee to represent-----J-them. Its almost exclusively, toihepenlt nti8r; Mrs. Julia Fillmore Han is, lust tur. bu.hetslor export Cotton has advano- been sold for occupancy to a certain tho risk-you ought to :be 81a4fto

believed that the Boston and New York question and review at length the recent vivor of a family of eight brothers and ed three-alxtcentha on account of reportsof point no cause for action arises for the take tho medicine. r
creditors, who rejected Mr. Ryan's proposition conflict between free and convict sisters, one of whom was Millard Fillmore '; Injury to the crop in some parts of the refusal of the conductor before that
will decide to accept it before labor at Briccvlllo. lie discusses the thirteenth president of the United South. point Is reached, to sell another person a
this committee gets through with them. four different systems of prison management ; States, died Sunday. in San FrancIsco The market for iron shows somewhat ticket entitling him to such berth ,from
'That is the opinion of the lawyers on and shows what would California, at the residence of hereon larger sales and better demand there to tho end of the Journey.Unimportant. "August; :
both sides. be done towards adopting either Charles Harris. She was born The great corner In India rubber has

,Governor Northen has by order directed A langthy report of the Bricevilli in 1813: and_ moved to California I In collapsed. London bankers who were >
r the state treasurer to Issue three warrants trouble is given. The power of the 1872, from Minnesota. induced to assist Vienna having demanded .- _
for $250 each In favor of II. M. prison inspectors should ba detinoj and Bales of loaf tobacco In Dftnvillc, Va, further margins vain, and sold Mrs. Ootham-"Why, how did you Flower"How I;
Vandevander J. A., Wilson and W...J.flarrig. increased so that they may say, ho whete convicts shall be worked. lie I price dropped from 83: to 04 cents. The "
The gentlemen named the Georgia amount to 83,700,000 pounds, an Increase early' does he feel ? tie feela '
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commissioners under the act approved calls attention to the fact that be has over the s ties for the Mine period enormous crop coming forward, ,and the I You said I might ...k to, be excused '
October 18, 1880. for the survey and establishment been! criticjsed for calling out the last year of 14,770,000 pounds. The tocaeoo refusal of American manufacturers to after recess whenever hero wasn't any cranky and is constantly ''experi
of.the state line between militia, while the authority of his predecessors rear closes October 1st, and silo buy,-crushed the combination exactly as important lessons to say, an there wasn't men tina', dieting ,himself- adopting

Polk county, Georgia, and Cherokee was never questioned although will foot up 40,000,000 pounds, the was anticipated. In the boot and shoe to-day-nothln' but g'oRraphy." strange notions, and changing1.the.
Alabama. Alabama also had a commission exercised upon much less important largest sales ever made in a single year aDanville. trade some Increase in orders is observed But geography important. cooking, the dishes, the hours, and
to aid in the work of settling the I occasions. Ue reminds the legiila'ure' and, while coal Is weak, there I* bettor "Yes mamma, but tho lesson todaywas manner of his eating-August'

lIne. '.1 be report of the commission was i' that if the lease system is wipedout A dispatch of Sa'urday from Austin, feeling In the mirket only about New Jersev.VJ* Flower the, Remedy, _
received and approved by the governor arrangements mUlL be made for the Texas says! "The board of education aiRPORTS FROM TUB CITIXS. .-.T8f't8rniA'* Qood $tai.BROWI'S .
some time additional Imiden to the State. The : How does he feel I?-He feels at''
ago. maintenance of convicts will has granted ,certificates to twenty-om Trade Is better at Boston. Business at
The farmers in the vicinity of Albany 1.300 cost SisUrs of Charity to teach in the free Cleveland ah' ws some gain over Last year Iron Bitter cures pr'netwla, M.J times a gnawing voracious, Insatiable :
that the baa invaded $2OOOO0 per annum; transportation, schools ot Texas. This is a new and Cincinnati fair JstI, Hillounnett and Chnertl lability. Olrn8trennt.li. appetite whoUy
report caterpillar $30,000: ; and the amount paid by the public at a Improvement In ldi Olgmtlon, tones lh. nervecreate. I. unaccountable, _
the cotton crop, and is making serious inroads lessen", $100,000 A total of $700,000for feature, and Is accordance. with the groceries; Chicago receipts of wheat apiwUU. The bed bob for Nursing I. unnatural and unhealthy-August: '
upon it. It Is true a large portionof two years and; ,added to this $300. late ruling of the attorney general 'thai are Increased four fold, ana an Increase Mothers, weak wcnitnaad children. Flower the Remedy.

the 'crop is open and is now being 000 for a new prison making a total of they are entitled to certificate aa long wIhey Is seen In flour cheese an 1 in the sales of Tbj fear of future evllis In Itself tbelTII&- -
picked, but the cotton that is not mature, $1,000,000 that must be raised In two do not tench doctrines of their dry goods: clothing and shoes; A heavy art >vlla.IIALL'a. How does he feelHe"rCe1s' no'desire : _
the late crop and the unmatured portions Yours. If these increased expenditures church in the schools.At Increase is seen in trade at St. Louis; ; Improved CATAimit CURE U a liquid and to go to the table' and .A '

of the forward crnp, are Buffering and are made they must be providedfor 8 o'clock Saturday morning fin at Kansas City. and at Minneapolis Is Ukon Internally, and aou directly .on the grumbling, fault-finding, over-nict- '
,
suffering badly. One planter from west by increased taxation which should broke out in the lUluIgh. N. c., lea fac and St. Paul harvest prospects being blOod Write for Mill t .tlmonl mllooa" t.urucea, fr... of M the nnfotnred..tem. ty about what is set before hint when
Dougherty, stated that his crop would be be put upon all property aUk tory. It was well under way before It of the brightest At Nashville the gro- b r /. CHENEY CO.. Toledo O, he is there-August Flower" th*
cutoff.fully one.third on this account. trade 1 ;
was discovered. The lots is estimated very better but other business tn"h "
Other farmers in different sections BILLS UTRODUCtfD. There baa Un a cuadr rise .".hI,". Remedy.
report at$10,000. and is entirely covered by only fair, and very little Improvement is JIIle p1 which miD and.. women marry ,vir I
that the ravages of this worm have been The legislature, after hearing the gov Insurance, There are good reasons for seen In Memphis. While trade in cotton Since MTl How does he feel ?-He feels
,fearful- and serious damage mil beookedj'or ernor's nmiage read, immediately went the belie! that that the fire was of incendiary -. U lightly Improved at Now Orleans and
of
TITS stopped fr.. by Da. KLlIIII"GRIAT2aava after a spell thia'abnorIlppe-;
from this source.Mrs. to work. Bills were introduced in the '
origin. The machinery was at Galveston, prospects are favorable. At imsiHU: No Flu site first. loathWr
John 11. Newton a venerable lady senate to remove the penitentiary from sot in operation, the factory being shutdown Savannah rain for three week has affected n_ Ma"rlou. eur. Tnal"and U.a"11 tite an utter abhorrence, : : '
of Athens,now Bearing her ninetieth year, Nashville and erect new buildings; to, for repairs. the crops and at Jacksonville buslnen bottle tree. Dr.l'Uo. 8 61 Arch 8&I'hll.! .. l's.Jt.frnot.d and. ,detestation >of .food ;, )ks 'H."af L

draws reijular.y: from the government I provMe that convicts sentenced to los A Chattanooga, Tenn; dispatch of Tuos. is dull ,- with sore eye.use Dr. tease Thompo' mouthful would,kill ,him:-Augusti,. 1
'*12 per: month, as a pension grated to her I than five years shall be cured for by ; day says: Of thenlne-bu.idred-thousand. I ,. Business failures occurring throughout .00'e J.wlltar.DruJrictlta: sell att5o per hott .. Flower the,Remedy., < ,. .
father, who rerved In the war of the : counties; that parties, when convicted of dollar fund being raised the country dnrln' lust week number for 'a
revolution under George Washington.Mrs. a felony for the second time shall b.. for .a line of steamboats by popular and subscription the United Sta'es 804, Canada twenty How does ho feel 1 1"Ii1ii4] 1ri.

Newton has detrained upon a pretty sentenced to life imprisonment? A resolntion -> barges between Chattanooga and t>t. twyyintnl-880 aalnst"$16'last! week. regular boweb and peculiar stool*. -.; '

tise for this money. She !I. using part of was Introduce providing for Louis, $03,000 is pledged, and the balance THE JURY'S VERDICTIn August Flower the Remedy.: .<&
committee to confer with. the les
it in placing a granite wall around her ee* of will be raised immediately. The I
father's burying ground and when that is the1 penitentiary and see under what -
Land
Biidgeport of Bridge
terms the convicts can be secured for the Company the Statesvllle'! Railway
finished to have a medal made
proposes port, Ala., has given $" ,090. jwhlph will .
out of the remainder which she will hand purl o'-e of erecting a new prison.In not be accepted until tho original amountIs Horror ,Last Week.A 7 ,, .
down to her grandchildren the the house a bill wa IntroJuood uppropr .
children
of
made citizens of dUpatch Monday from Charlotte
up by Chattanooga.
;atlng $50,000( for the world's fair '
.'of Congressman IL II. Carlton, and ; The regular monthly cotton N. 0., .aysr The big wreck near States. ,. ? '
prohibiting corporations and firms fr cropre
Mayor Lamar Cobb of Athens.A 'missuin
vllle has not yet been cleared but U
S"
? scrip to employe A lesolutionwas port for the Memphis Tenn., district, up
Mr.' Thompson of Savannah has a offered citing that the lease which embraces west Tennessee, north is expected that the work will be gone : ,
relic in money that he thinks is as inter' consider Injurious to the stile systems that Mississippi north Arkansas and north through with at once. So far no add!. 3 ;:tr: i

sting as any that bat been dug up in living 1,200 convicts in the. mines; de. Alabama, issued Mondav by Hill Fon tlonal bodies have been discovered I ,; 1. -
Kentucky. It m a two shilling six pence ulvrs talne & Co. "Since Parties from the scene lay the character '
that number of free men of work stys: our July
note of the state of issued Oc. ; of the stench about the
Georgia, hat the wealth crea'ed by the develop- report the cotton crop throughout the wreck Indicate 'if.
tober 10, 1780. and bearing the sen!of the meat of the state's resources into section has sustained a damage of 7} percent that there are more bodies down nude \
state. It II signed by W. Freeman and the bands of a few New York goes million. principally from droaghtshedoinr. the debris. The wounded are still 1m
George Jones. Aruund the margin of the sires, and resolving that a conim.ttce be rust and blight At this period the proving and it is now certain that all of :
note in a scroll work.' At the top is printed appointed to wilt on tie lessees and ask prospects of the yield for the district them will recover. lbs coroner's jury ONB nNJOY$

"State of Georgia," and the oldwarnIDg' uem to surrender their lena, and that if Indicates a very slight decrease from last completed its inquest Monday morning. Both the method and results when C ,
Tig Death to Counterfeit. they refuse that be asked year. Picking throughout the district The following Is the text of the verdict!
they to take the
of Figs is taken it is '.
The note is No. 12,527, and wa printedby convicts from the mines and ..o.k them rill not become general until September 'The jury find from the evidence ,and and o/yP ) pleaaan ," '- I ,
John E. Smith, Augusta. Although uslda the "al!. of the in tin Druon, 3th! and in Arkansas will be delayed our own (ersooal observation, that the refreshing to the taste, and acts
,worn where it has been folded, it is awellpreserved until October 1st above named (nsmlngtho killed) persons gently yet promptly on the Kidneys. About dlamnnJ ...... avery ")0 n ">."
relic for 103 years. It came to their death by the wrecklno- Liver and Bowels cleanses the a,.. swluii"knowuthalzeinu.bay.onefg and) Ip.wa" ot potting I k.this U '"In article thA.
was found a good many years ago in a THE CROP INJURED. the train on the WestrnNorhC&yj1n;* tern effectually dispels colds, headaches ipoolh. lU of .;p.na.., It It really: a oot l

brick walL -- THE REGULATION STYLE. railroad bridge over Third creek In Ire. and fevers and cures habitual at ID..tm.o&such low.ap.ctsib'"rlew as wb.a w. a roe.. olrerlJl can ret.'tosirs t
Xbt&:
T.. rill.(. BUI. The Recent Cold Snap Caused -- dell couuty. North Caro'lns' Thursday constipation. Syrup of Figs Is the "aD" 1011I muck hI buy1n dismonil... lbat<< ...

/ At a tecent meeting of the board of the Shedlng of Bolls. The Cashier Covered aud the morning Auaust 27, 1891, said wrecking only remedy its kind ever produced It IIn"rOD.umln.by directly OU aslQrtuten5.trout lb. J 1POrt J. P._. Mw.,Ca11...

trade of Savannah, the pilotage bill be- The St. Louis OW .Ihm< fore the legislature was considered and special dispatches Sunday from all parts loose rail bolts and spikes of the same to die stomach prompt in Jor"a&&lu:1&e. '

the following\ resolution adopted: Resolved of the cotton-belt, showing that cold Kansas City Mo., spatch: lays having been t.kt-n out bvomo person or its action and truly beneficial its :
'by the Savannah. boar4 of trade, weather and worms in Texas and the A daring and successful b.nk robbery persons unknown to the Jury.. with tools effects, prepared'onlylrom the mod I L $50 REWARD
That we earnestly protest against the Mississippi valley states and excessive took place at Corders. a small station on or Implements belonging to laid rsilwsvcompany healthy and agreeable substances itaDWl1'
passage of the bill before the IeMII.ture rains in the southeastern states, havebeen the Chicago and Alton railway near which said tool or imple. excellent qualities commend, it 1 I 'aAbNPvsUA.AilAu2flttUsisss.1'0 "'MW raorq wlto will llete tt .is.r 70

looking to an amendment of the existing disastrous to the cotton crop the Hlgglnsville Laf*yetta county Monday. moats were l/y cross negligence on the to aU and have made it the most OIII'T im 01' iOAk.. : "
pilotage law, and we request the representatives past week. Not a single encouraging Cordera is a small town and the America part of said railway company popular known. DON'T a Y aa I 5s5= .A 'B
from this couuty and district report comes from Mississippi the cold bank, a branch of tho Illgglosville left In an open shed, .accessible to every remedy t: a 05Mm. 11_,_ '
.to oppose the ..me. The present law dry weather having caused shedding allover bank, of the semi name la a soull bank.It :. pauerbf. Syrup? of Figs is for sale In 60o Tv9Tjn3vz.37: 11/...t ....... "\
was a compromise measure agreed to by the state and the of has only two regular employe*-cashier We also find that several crosstUs at and $1 bottles! by all leading drug ''&ae'... iisns'bu.Uas. a ",
both sides after a protracted and heated worms seem to be general. appearance.The loss is and bookkeeper. Toe bookkeeper was and near the breaka In the Mid railwsv gist. Any reliable druggist who .
contest, and this board la satisfied that it placed all the way from fifteen to. fifty out on business at 8.80 o'clock in the track where said loose, rail wa dki may not have it on hand will procure "RED EYIJJ 101J ceo

was as favorable to the pilot ai justice te per cent. In Louisiana the situation afternoon when two men rode up to placed.. were unsound and should hasp it promptly for any one who i2lt&vIrlesjl, : R". ..'Lt4m1lftl'\ : : _"
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them can demand or the best interests is not much better Arkansas Ow bank and dismounted walked been replaced, sad that the .superstrur.I wishes to try It Do not accept aat 'LR ,9II.xIUt.U.T' I"I' ':\JI.o"
t't the port will allow. reports are favorable in only into the bank, abut the door and lockedit ure or bridge was In part defective sad substitute __.... "..a.sVVasTVassi. WI.I'" H. '

Tre..I. Over C..*let.. four places. The damage by worms at before ti>- cashier noticed what was unsafe. fllBBMsl dWlllrt ylUWU t
Oolonel Thomas Mills, chairman of some points is estimated at fifty per Cent going on. One of the man covered him Further. that the high rite of spend CALIFORNIA FIB SYRUP ca U|| und at W. wiu.- '' 1 t
the board of county commissioners of The situation: in middle and southern Ala- with a revolver while ths other went maintained lJQ running ir.los over thbridge I.owivgj SiN.r.114101500 OiL iv.p nBa H VF W tiptjlarf<>iralJi.Sook two I srMKJL<>lM.- I" n"H 1 1WModfarsUUiii.u
fipaldins county has sworn out a wr.t of bama is about the same. Excessive rains through the bank. He secured only $890 deserves and his t >o ceosur and Itltll iou .w< >i.r.rv. .M.iT. t
In currency representing the receipts of i conaemnatlori tfc|. jury.. ...r.....__ ......, .' ..lMViAos LW.) WIa1&e'1 85.S .
Webb of 5o' ,
habeas Curpui against A. C. in Georgia and North Carolina have done --- B;- .......... _____ --__.- ,_,,-5
. Jfewton county to cause him to deliverthe great damage to the staple, particularly Monday and a small fcaUnce which was A Princely Gift liAR .&Get v-_, a..-.. MI .nC. w.., 1I.-tI.. w_ __
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him not included in Saturday remittance to h. iJ..b GnA. M'eN SIOK 41 k.eM Ajkib.w .
I convicts now leased by to the ao in Georgia. Reports: from the greater Maqw1s4 IIOU'K BUa'1I1... =. a pal. _.... __
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Authorities of that county. The wilt is portion of Alabama Indicate a full corn the parent bank at IllgglnsvUle. The A. dispatch: of Wednesday train New LuLLI4.. ,..tuI..... L. 0'.. :'_0.14 1M.sad. tioJoo ill.ikLr' er- ...". U.D"i. ". W. .. :

1 taken out on the grounds that they are crop but a cutting off of cotton of at pair elel ptd._ haven Cone, MI' shut 4P*;*it &&. Hf lr. ld I
the sentence author.zea by least cent Rust has been 110tcbOt PkTENTSj.tm:;
serving twenty-five per baa presented to th* board of sENtU..Ua.: all .OLDIEUI idIdi..
.g .. ,... .......
.oW
the which must in the element! ,1 _
court, says they serve destroying THE VICTIMS BURIED. trustees of the Yale prrpatory' school, of p w..I'.1.A... .... W .8ltu.s K Pta.
the ehaingang. Wb! usei his convicts which she fa the founder 1370,000 in I-,--"UN'Jv.4UJI.no.- .. D. u. l't\.n. u. 1(. U. ........ ............. 'l'b.1nt..u.. 'tJ.PI flit
for priva work and has no authorized GOVERNOR..BROWN. Last Sad Chapter of the Park caib: Of thi sum 173,000. will be oipon- -- --'8 BUJoIJrOK-- -S C.AT AW.- \.t.... '
ebsiogtng, brace the writ. Judge I did upon the building and $200,000 C .pe.&. )WIler I. Jnu ,II. ewe JI ee&ID,
Place Horror. cJuI41J1: &n. Uead I'1Ia4 ..
IIII.I.Js
Bojnton wilt the on I will be used DO
give case a bearing a* an endowment fund for
Chief Execu.
.September 8th. A writ of mandamus Kentucky's New A New York
dispatch says: A long professorship otc. IA addittlJll to thIs
faaa also teen swum out requirln allofficials I. five Inaugurated.A row of b'aek coffins stood In front of the gift Mrs. JIatchkU.baa presented to tte

fn the tight counties composing Frankfort, Ky., dispatch says morgue Friday morning. On each was i trustees s tract of soveniy.flvo acre ifun
the circuit to mm over all convicts sentenced Governor Brown Wal inaugurated at plate with the inscription, "Died Angus! ) <4. 14 .. PlnUllf'nc, lit whleb a am.1I p&rt1e1e II ar1l ll4 10 UJt '
to the chinang: : to the auth'*i- noon Tuesday with elaborate and Impressive 23, 1891-" and the number of the box in DOalrlla. I'nc..lOa..w.u.1I..ld... J d J. T,"U4111U.T1.'a.., ...nC b'.iIlJ. \
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ties of the county. Jn Jge B-ijntoq will ceremonies. There were fully which: tte oorspe was placed after being Lady Managers Meet. Wal'fta.1'a. _
hear this .t tfic sm time pi th* Labeu twenty thoustnd peo,>le present Governor taken from the Park p1*.. ruins. Tbe CHfCHln.i'1t8UIII. RElICIIOIf
corpus ease. Buckner, in surrendering} ida trust last nUflcatlom* was toads Thursday The national board of 'laity m'nllr8n PVuUS
1I&aI.! t.1s... to his successor made a abort address, night Mrs. Kate Barry came to the of the Columbian olpoeiJOA{ met at : Jt
The Ux digests from the 137 coca after which tbe mayor of Frankfort pre- morgue and Identified the body marked chicago Wedn..11Y morning atad f'* vs.*. :: ': &tt5: 3&s' ij--****,*nt w itt\ __
ties have been received at the couptiollers tented the new mayor in a few words. No. 29 aa that of be r husband, William : eoadeiI to the election" of aeeretarl rr.tbo t:== ? __ .. gg*_ fcmmo _
j. r.w ;st. :::: -rrT.1.: t'
fusS brjilaeas of the MI. --"i.z.: ;
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aaasli
Barry, old
t-fficf, Ati nh. Tbe retain from Governor Brown's Inaugural was very thlrty.flvt years bfiortly Ii was 6M<*M..TM SV S
.Chatto 'Ita eiinaty shows an (aerea.. 01 brief. The oath of office was admiais- after JO M 0 clock thlrteea tarne* drove supposed that there would bo aometbJal' -- Jtesttzrezt KZSX ,.t.ft1 iLL

121&, 3t. Suiuter aa iocrease: i-f $. Oi.. tend by Chief Justice Holt of the court np to the gloomy buUdlsg, and the last of a ltJUvgLa to replace Phalbt Coual.1 II"'I.... o".J'
:J511, Doughrrty at aa increase of $230,. of pnJa. The inaugural festivities- awful reminder of the catastrophe were fo that portion, ut Wltft rt op.o.oa .' ....., .. P""Cu. ...ea.........
803 tMyoa aq inert*.. .f f&).064, closed with a grand reception sod tall carried off to Evergreen to tw buried to speak' o| Mr*. OaJ* Cook. wh has ; & i
.seakin; 158 couatita received with the Tuesday nizht then U a grave at the eity. '. **. bees copylos the pUc Uc:. )fiN [ tttki! CcI1'lf! ,
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:,4 THE EAST ,,COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, SEPT. 11, 1891. .

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Rev.. A. D. Cohen Ha a Few three cent per week to hold up their lo '" CIt 'C? OZ': 3I TG!

Words to Say. callow does it happen that another, Individual -x. i'.w Z e: SI: :OAS t I SKCOES: !

r can pay ten dollars for a bAth- OQ tr1 '

East CaartAdrocate ing apartment, and three dollars more .. or: -Q.=, 1:1I: .F .- Every Pair Guaranteed.
for bathing and devote two hours tI JjIo =a n
Tour statement In No. 4 (Sept. 4th), is three times or suit more per week Indulging ,1:1 :1 .O.. ...t: :., .... ... -& ov' Stock most complete, and prices most reasonable for quality of goods. Also .
susceptible of a wrong application" viz: In this healthful pastime and yet can- M tI t::! i' ', ;ceo."',J <'" k ", .r r r t-3 complete line of HOSIERY, GENTS' ,FURNISHING GOODS,
As I am "one of our clergymen, it may tot afford fifty cents to mend their broken S! ;f "4t 1'1. .,. ; I ,\\ = .f' .of _. HATS AND O.A..I>>S.
be attributed to me M saying that "the sidewalk or their newspaper g .004..5 ,,6.. : JlJ.: tf I ,."', tII; ;: (I CDtr + o + .
dances of the Seminole Club are more subscription, 'or pay find up time to attend 'CD. '''''I.' "(l ti H M H= Come And ice'the latest style In DERBY'S and CRUSH DATS.

morals demoralizing of this community"in their effect than upon all four the once church a month services for once that matter.a week, or even m t1 \\.1., 8.[. 0 'ceo >... v i 20 Per Cent*',off Straw Hats

(If our saloons I Wish to say that I How does It happen the much abused -' ). O' "' tJ!. i, : ,
such -
expressed myself In language '
never -
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saloon can afford to pay a license of a, 1 C>. To Close{ them Out
to the demoralizing effect I
with reference '
thousand r u c.. it .
dollars and Its
proprie-
a year, ,.. CIt
of the Seminole Club dances. I never yD
attended of them and do not know tors become wealthy while the poor p:I sEmN ,, POI S 0 DRY HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS ETC
one ES ETC
fellow who runs a first class resturant 'II =s .: 004 GOODS, ,
"what kind of dances they engage In. i'' g. { } > ,
door dollar license tD j
next with only a ten tII; ;:
dances I bave seen them are :;t
jome; as td n
to finds himself In I

calculated they would to demoralize have that I think.effect upon I believe plight experience struggle after,with several during months which he of gave business sorry hi.ent.erprille B f= a t:, ; [ zo C IrJ: t; '" m" r b 5 "More Value for a $ than Any Other House in the State,." '

me, should I engage in them. As to the c' : .
the p
careful ?
most attention
comparison made between the saloons (II (-II 0 (II Q.,' d o J. P. TURNER
:1 H &
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be- .
We propound these questions not o .
I o rtL u.II ; CIt
and the Seminole Club dances, .
drinking)
cause we have any special desire to have : ( I z' i "M ; _
to conclusion rill
I have no data to guide me a :
them answered; but simply to convince .1 Q tI'2;. r:: .
:1.VA
I have. In my own mind no doubt of ,'than"Kicker"to that they are easier to ask 0 a OQ. i 'II e r tj'II Ji ... =:: L. ;Se :c-z-
answer. J.I '"
the demoralizing tendency of drinking The statement in regard to the cost of ::J:' O: 3 j;
saloons I have seen some effects of this subscription to the local papers is given( o o -en L'J l3 tT1 ttr3 : Groceries Grain flay Garden Seed Fertilizer.

la doubtless our own any beautiful citizen will little testify.town. How as by "Kicker" at $2. This is evidencethat ::; 'tf(II rr '....," a =: ::; f'\J OTi ,
he does not take either the M S'g.
as price
much one exceeds the other I am not is only $1.50 If our mule-like S=' di'S .ca.. = I call the Attention of the People of Indian JUver ttf my Stock of
per
prepared to say, for reasons given above; friend, will call in year.and do the handsome .s : ; c. uaroma 'S Staple; & Funcy Groceries Fruit
in view G''s ,
BO I wish to place myself right thing he will be better informed in future (II (1) x /'
of the Indefinite character of the statement And
Food ProductsOf
and have no reason to take up our tT1 e. .
alluded to and to that the
blank after "the,Rev Mr. _say" may not space with his pungent Inquiries. 's tFjn """- All Kinds. Also My Stock of .

be filled with my name as many might', a s' ;a CDm Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
do who know that I am opposed to ,
Capt. W. A. Abbett, who has long < :;a '
drinking saloons, and also to public, been with Messrs. Percival and Uatton en. e Ground Food and Wheat.
promiscuous dancing. Real Estate and Insurance Broken Des I,am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above line of
Respectfully Moines, Iowa, and is one of the best Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit
A. D. COHEN.' known and most respectable businessmen your patronage. Very truly -

in tliat city : "I can testify BREVARD COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President.. :33. L. :aa."I"s: : ; .

Bargain Beating Orange to the good qualities of Chamberlain' ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary.
Grove. Cough; Remedy. Having used it in my GEORGE M. ROBBINS WALTER GRAHAM,
family for the past eight years, I can Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.
We offer a bearing grove of 600 trees safely say it has no equal for either colds STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER'REAL
Members of Brevard Abstract of Title
In Point hammock. Company.
City Crop coming or croup." 50 cent bottles for sale by ,
season, about 500 boxes. Twelve acres Dixon & Gray 44
of excellent land. Three hundred feet COCOA FLORIDA ESTATE Robbins & Graham
front on river, and running back quarterof ,
a mile. Same amount of front on County Commissioners. Incorporated 1880.CAPITAL ,
county road. New house; four large
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kitchen rooms, ,scaled dairy,; with large; hall cement and astern; The above Board, held their regular : EXCHANGE, LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE

barn, goo
shrubbery. The improvements alone day and Tuesday, when the following Authorized, $100,000. COCOA Indian River FLA.
We have For Sale List of Selected Indian
are worth the price' asked., A great bar members were present: Robert Morrow a Large Carefully
gain. Price ,150.
Write for particulars to (chairman), C. J. Hector, ,C. E. Chaffee ACCOUNTS'SOLICIT'ED: River Properties.

20tf ROBBINS OHAHAM, Titusville. W, II. Sharpe and A. Brady; A. A, Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. Property or All Kinds Bought, Sold and .

I Stewart, clerk; and J. E.: Bowman DIRECTORS Eichanjul. ,, Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Line

In Reply "Kicker," sheriff.! G. S. HARDBE, President. Canal and Transportation (Jo.CA1rAx4 .
The minutes .of last meeting having JAMES HOLMES Vice-president tr All Inquiries will be promptlyand

Whose terse communication In our been read and approved, order No. 4 of R. B. HOLMES, Cashier. reliably answered. Fire Insurance LA1VDS.FloridA .
last issue excited so much comment we the last meeting was rescinded. ALBERT A. TAYLOR J. M. SANDERS, written In standard companies at lowest Southern Railway Jacksonville Tampa A Key West Railway Company '
the language of Hamlet, the J. F. WOOTEJT. rates. Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,
melancholy Dane, and ay that "there The report of M. S. Jones, T. J. Cock- and other Low Priced Lands.

are stranger things in Heaven and earth shut and F. A. Chappell was received Money: : to Loran -A.lx7ye oxr.:Hand.:

than are dreamed of In our philosophy." and the old road from Titusville to La '. At Ten qnd Twelve per cent, in turn to tuit.

It is an easy matter to ask questions, but Grange was declared a neighborhoodroad Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
to them Is a difficult task. '
answer
from the Court House to Its The Co.
"Kicker" charges that everything junction Clyde Steamship _Address, p. o. box 108, Titusville, Fla.
which appears in the local papers "al- with. the public road, pending the -------

ways puffs everybody and everything opening of streets In the direction named lED' i1fall J D STILI1VG-.
.
asks why, when they do anything by the town'of Titusvllle.
' wrong, it should not be written<< up Liquor petitions were granted to Los- t Cocoa Indian River Florida
'In the same way. Well, that's easy ley A Renaker J. D. Crabb & Co., and % ,
enough answered; the average editor to T. J. Eaton & Co. The board then Dealer in
doesn't want to convert a friend into a adjourned until Tuesday.
Upon reassembling
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' PAINTS HARDWARE STOVES
TINWARE & AGATEWARE
lifelong enemy by such a course. It is' it was ordered that the tax ,

'true we have sufficiently our natural collector for the county be instructed to PLUMBERS' A MILL SUPPLIES, OILS GLASS A PUTTY TABLE
freshness to refrain from
collect a tax of fifty per cent on occupa A POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING
making an occasional break but every tion and licences as specified In A WIRE
:time we tell the truth (that is, the unpleasant taxI ne of the new revenue law. CLOTH.
truth), It has been our experience It was ordered that the report of J. W. I IDOCXFIS: ,.SA.SEr, :BLINDS: : :BRIGS: : ,

to regret our rashness. The party Huntington, A. S. Dickinson and A. J. Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.
about whom the truth is told Immediately Carter, who were appointed to lay outa Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods Gauze
his paper but does not stop neighborhood road tram the 147th milepost Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
there' he does his best to make all his on the J., T. & K. W.-By. to watersof ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers Ice
friends sour on the ADVOCATE and we Indian River, north of Aurantla, 'be New York Charleston and Florida Lines. Cream Freezers; Brick Lime Cement and
reminded that It does not ,
are forcibly
accepted and placed on file. Chimney Pipe; Flags A Bunting;
pay to toll the truth-at least not In the Order number three of the meeting of Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings Scroll Work etc., eta
:newspaper business. Aug. 3rd was rescinded. J. M. Minor, The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed Catalogues sample cards and size lists sent free on application.. Correspondent
We did not know the bar rooms kept LaHUe P. Ely! and Samuel j. Mcuee solicited and estimates furnished promptly.
their back doors open on Sunday. Only were appointed to mark, view and lay to sail as follows : _
a few Sunday nights ago we tried to effect out a road on the township line of T. 28. CALLING AT CHARLESTON. 5. C., BOTH WAYS.
an entrance to moisten our parched S. R. 87. E., to county road south of (STA1TDAKD. TIME.)
lips with a cool lemonade, but were unable Melbourne as described in a petition From New York. From Jacksonville.. The Carpet Palace
29,K.R. STEAMER Florida.Bept.
to make the combination work. If U'ler )
and to at the
presented requested
report ,
'Kloker" will kindly communicate the WcdnedyAair.,St 3 .. 1f..ALOONQUlNt..Tuesdai. let at JJO Prr.Friday
next meeting.It Aug. 2eUat3P.M.'CHEHOEE.Thursday, Sept. 8rd, at 4.30A.M.
pass-word in his possession, we will appreciate was ordered that Robert Morrow Monday Aug.Slit, at 3 .. "YKMABSkK.Sunday, Sept. 6th, at- '.00 AM.
' the favor. Wednesday,Bept. Zd ,at> F. 1I..8KMINOLE. .......Tnesm.y, Sept 8th. at IMAM. 48 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
Of course it Is not wrong to allow the constituted Friday Bapt. 4th, Eta r. II..IROQUOI.L." ..........TburedA", Sept. 10th, at 11.00 A.M. ,
Monday Sept 7th,at 8 P. 1I..LGONI.lUL"'t......8uday. Sept 13t.1t, at 1300 M.
horses and cows to run about the tlon the matter of providing suitable Wednesday,Bept. Oth,at S P. M....: .......Tn..day, SeSept.16th, a. 1.30 P.M. Where ;you will find the'very best selection of
Streets. The good people of the town Indian Friday Sept.11th,at 3 p. 1I..YEMA88EE.TbIU'lld&1, Sept 17th, at 3 JO P.M.
for the of the River
use
decided this question at the polls at the quarters Monday. Sept 14th,at S P. ....."8EM1NOLK/1.......Sunday, Sept Mth,' at 6JO ......
Guards as an armory they having been Wednesday,Sept 16th,at 3 P. 1I..IROQUOIl.Tn.aday.! Sept 22d, at 7.00 A.M. Carpets, Mats,
last town election, and the minority mustered in as State troops, and that Friday, Sept 18th,at 3 P. 1I..AUJONlUIYt..Tbund&1, Sept 84th, at 11.00 JLM.
should not kick but yield gracefully to they make their report to the Board of Monday Kept.Slit, at 8 P. M..J'CHKROKEE..Sunday, Sept :ntb, at 12.00 M. Shades, Oil cloths, .
Wednesday,Sept Sard,at 3 P. ....."YKMABSEKX......Tnesdsy Sept 29th, at 1.30 P.M.
the should call
Why
out
majority. we
County Commissioners at their next Friday Sept Sfith, at a P. ......"8EM1NOUV*........Tharmdiy, Oct. Int. at' 1.00 P.M. Mattings, Lace curtains,
the citizens to do road duty when the meeting.It Monday. Sept 28th,at 3 P. M......nniuiiTttlH". .Sunday Oct. 4th at 5.00 A.M.
wise legislators of 1889 took that power was ordered that the medicine for Wednesday Sept.30th,at 3 P. M. NQdIN.Sunday, Oct. Stb, at 6.00 A.M. Rugs, Cornice poles

away from town governments and whilewe paupers must be purchased upon the Poters China Silks
,
are still in the dark as to what the prescription of a licensed- physician, St. Johns River, Line.
And Mosquito Nets.
wiser legislator of 1801 have providedIn which prescription shall accompany the ,
the of a road law.'
way
voucher.
The two papers come out close together account It was as ordered a that the sum of fifteen For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Pointsmenthe Estimates given. Samples sent The only exclusive carpet house in Florida.
probably, for reasons satisfactory to Our Goods are THE BEST, and the Prices THE LOWEST.
dollars be paid to J. E. Bowman, Sheriff St. Johns River.
their proprietors. Taking it all In all, of Brevard county, for the maintenanceof Mail orders will receive prompt attention.
the ADVOCATE finds Friday the best day: Edward Tuten, who has been adjudg Olctzrlc.
trill: > Oox Toott,
for publication. It comes out In good ed a lunatic. Steamer "EVERGLADE"Leayes
time for, and is not stale by Sunday, the The months of September October Jacksonville for Sanford, Sundays Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3.30 P.M. Returning 4sept-6mo 48,-West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
day on which nine-tenths of mankind are November and December were designated ,leaves Sanfurd Mondays,edneadaya and nlda,.,at 10 A.M.
at rest, and take months in which deer be hunt
as may 'W""ELAKA"Lea
have time for pleasant recreation, and, Steamer
ed and killed.A .
no doubt, take more pleasure In digesting number of bills were then ordered Sanford Sundays Jacksonville and Wednesdays for at 7.00 Mondays A. M. and Fridays, at 3 JO P.M. Returning leaves GEO. LESTER & CO

Its columns than if we came out on paid and the Board adjourned until its The above steamers are fitted np with flnt-clau accommodations for passengers, and the
Tuesday or Wednesday and were tattered next regular meeting, on the first Mon tables wiU be supplied with best in market. _

subscriber mislaid or ancient by the time our day in October General Passenger and Ticket Of flee,88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. RECEIVERS OF
got ready to read It. The
Star probably comes out on Thursday F.M.IRONMONGER,Jr. Florida Passenger: Agent,SS West Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla.
of Temperature ,S Bowling Green, New York.
W. V. OGDEN YAW Traveling Passenger Agent
for equally good reasons. J.O. PKLOT Freight Agent on wharf,loot Hogan Street,Jacksonville,Fla.JOHN .
As we wish to ask '"Kicker" a few In TttuevUI.For HOWAKU.i'Forlda Fl'lllfb'Agent,foot Laura Street,Jacksonville.Fla. ORANGES LEMONS BANANAS
questions, we cannot take the space to J. A.LESLIE Superintendent Street,Jacksonville,Fla.
the week, ending last night, Sept. Til KO. 0.fcUfcK! ,Tratto Manager,5 Bowling Green,New York.
the balance ,
of his this ,
answer inquires MARSHALL II. CLY1,Aasb Traffic Manager,S Bowling Green,New York.
tjme. 10, 1801, as compared with that of the

Why is it the good always die young? corresponding week in 1800 Recordedat WM., P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents., .A.ISfD: G-R..A.PES,

Why with is it magnificent the tough health and rowdy and physique are blessed the U. 8. Weather Bureau office, Ti ,,1' South Wharves, Philadelphia. a Bowling'Omen,New York.IN'DIAN' .

while your saintly Individual is invariably tusvllle. I 264
the special subject of dyspepsia, neuralgia Day Max Mtn. Max. Mln I Washington Street New York.We .
rheumatism and the other ills 1800. SEFTEMBKB.: : 1891. ,
flesh is heir toP How is alai that the statistics 4 83 73 80 70 : : RIVER: :aO'leJL.TITUSVILLE. i

of our great country prove that 5 86 76 87 73
the average life of the habitual drinker 6 87 77 8fl 73 Issue a WEEKLY PRICE LIST, and shall be pleased to forward it to you
is longer than that of the total abstainer 7 8d '78 80 74 on receipt of a postal card. t
when alcohol is admittedly a poison; 8 88 '13' 84 73 Stencils Furnished on application.
How is it that our young ladies are so 85 73 84 77 Indian River, Reference Wholesale Fruit
l0 : Trade of the country 1
frequently prevented from attending 84 73: 81 73:
JulJ'11.11DORICIIARD ,
church by a headache or a slight shower J. E. LAXOUKTT.K; Observer. Fla. e =
while these obstacles have never been
known to rob a dance of their presence? W. GOODE. JAMES T. HOGG.

How is it those people who are unableto For many years Mr. B. F. Thompson, ;..;r I. M. MABBETTE,
get out of bed before eight o'clock inthe of Des Moines, Iowa, was severely afflicted __ Real Estate
morning to attend to pressing duties with chronic dlan\1 a. He says: PBOPB. Florida Exchange
and do not have the energy to take a "At time it was very severe so muchso ,
general bath in a convenient tub, can that I feared It would end my life.
get up smlllag at C a. m. and travel a About seven year ago I chanced to pro Open All The Year. MELBOURNE Brevard Co., FLA.
distance of twenty mile to gambol in cure a bottle of Chamberlain' Colic
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the surf Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It gave PROPERTIES OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT, SOLD A EXCHANGED. 1
How U it that some people can afford IDe prompt relief and I believe curedme Only a few mlDut.ell'walk TAXES PAID FOB NONRESroETCONTRACTS
to pay fifty cents every Thursday permanently, as I now eat or drink from Railway depot e
night for a dance and yet nave no hesitancy without harm anything I please." I and Steamboat landings. TAKEN FOB SETTING OUT ORANGE GBOVES AND \

whatever in announcing their Ins.11It have also used It in my family with the On the banks of the PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS. a
to pay twentyfive cents per week I.best result For sale by Dixon A far-famed Indian Elver.i Indian River Land a specialty. Parties wishing to invest, or having lands lot<
for the support of their church, or even Gray. 4.4 site woold do well to correspond with us. .





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