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East Coast advocate
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 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 18, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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-Mr. John Wailer has purchased the -See Gage Tool Co.'s ad. elsewhere -Captain R. P. Paddlson Is In New -A few moro Japanese, bamboo and -Mr. W. Wilson, of Eau Gallic' ....

Stevens\ homestead, at Ankona. -Mr. George F. Paddiaon 'left for St.. York rood curtain at the Bacanr, at 73o.Mr. : turned to Satsuma! to-day.

: ge deed, Warranty deed, IT\Vhen you need anything In clothing Augustine on Tuesday. -Prof. J. M. Llbbey and family' arenowin and Mrs. D. L. Oaulden have -Miss L. A. Smith, of Sharpen,. "' 110 w "

Quit-Claim Satisfaction deed of Bill Tax of certificate sale shoes or notions, don't forget theBazaar. Bread Is the "staff of life." Altree's town; having arrived here Mon been on a few dnys1 vtslt to some relatives has been spending the summer In Oeos-: ,
mortgage, '
t Tax sale deed \ Leases, yeast cake never falls to make It. lOo days at Montlcelhv gift, returned home to-day. ,. "

,A Assignment mortgage, Pr cl pe ''for -Mr. Geo. Hatch of City Point, droveup package; ISo by mall. 23*t.fy -MK R. B. Stewart and Miss Mattie -The choir of tho Episcopal church Money! Mwyll Money 111 to to..nba

JJond For for sale Title at the ADVOCATE summons office. One, etc to town Wednesday to attend to a -Mr; Reginald Burton, one of the Blount, of BrantleVf were?,In town' this will resume Its regular practice tomorrow'evening. sums to suit, on approved real security .
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100.) three, 25c.; dozen, 60c.; one hundred little Important busines.Tonight Narrows' prominent settlers, has been morning.-Mr; and' Mrs. Glassing,of New York, I The hour for meeting Is at ten per cent. Roublns Gra:

$3.Also at the Grand View, the spending a few days I In town. 780.: ham. O.tt'Dr.
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attachments, in sets, 1.00; sixpets Methodists will give an Ice-cream andcakeparty. -Mr. 'I. H. Hilllard general Ktato I arrived in town Wednesday, and .started County Surveyor Burchfie Is at Do- L. T. Daniel, Cocoa's promlDn'tentlat ) c*
500. Ten in each set. Copyright. down the river on yesterday's steamer.MrvS. .
All are invited to,Attend. agent of the United States Mutual Accident Soto, surveying land for the DcSoto ( left here for Jacbonvllle'uri., :k

Wedding.., Cards -Do you want bargains In land? It Association, of New York, has been taw- M. Loriraier'flnd his son-ln- Beach Improvement Company. Somo rooming's train. He 1 la on Ms way fboAtlanta '
Mr1. Frank
We shall be pleased to ] :1 you do, read Bobbins & Graham's list doing business for his firm, in town, 'Ironmonger, left Jacksonville of the directors of the abovo company Taylor's Crotk, and other plaoea. .' "

Ii receive Job a share of your o f!. of land bargains on the Inside page of this week. Mr. Jas. T. Sanders has been on 'Wednesday, for Miami, to expect to be.on the ground Sunday In Georgia, and,wlll bo away about three '
dU Work-envelopes, view their respective homesteads
{letter-heads,note-heads,} this paper. tf. appointed agent for this district. Mr. Mrj'P. 5hortInxmU. J. Tome Reynolds, weeks. T_ flM r
P. Cobb the affable
i bill-heads, statements, a. -The simplest remedy for the teeth Is Hilllard hails from Falatka.Mr. manager* stonogrnplicr, with Robbins A Graham, Order a Suit.J. '' 1

p [or anything eke.LOCAL Ii' the best. A damp brush and a little Geo. E. Male, of Lade Lake been of the pending Fort Pierce, a few Canning weeks Co.north,,who,hM returned Is organizing a class In shorthand. Two P..Tumor & COol, have just fl l de4' i s

prepared chalk will keep them In excellent I. who has been on a trip to Jensen} and evenings a week at Court House. Those the finest display of samplon, for mor.Jchant ,
T here last and will leave for
condition.Mr. other points down the river, 'returned night, wishing to join will please write or apply tailoring, that It }has been turn ti

Geo. B. Rumph has to New home yesterday. He will, however, be Fort Pierce this evening; at office of Robbins A Graham for mod fortune to see In this country, anti
gone ..,Another marvelous the prices are very rt1lU1onlblVUJ..
back on Indian River in about monthor performance by terms *
NEWS. York, to select his goods for the winter a etc. 0 over three hundred samples ,to 'select
a 1I111puUl\n trotter Is recorded In En-
season, leaving.his, store In charge of the so. -)[ '. Andrew Loo, proprietor of the : from.; You can leave your measure .and
genial'Mr. Jno./!Waiker.Mr. Before the big fire In Jacksonville,' glan<\. At the late Manchester meeting IIot l Indian River of Rockledirc. Is at get lust OH nlco n fit as if you' personally' L
a IftyWro, Milkmaid, 113 hands, won-a stopped into own tailor In -Now,
and General Go In Fla., Gage Tool Co. planes sold the Duval hotel : Standard. your
Society lp connection A. L. Hrftch of City Point, and were by pan at a mile'and a half, the first mile Our Jacksonville York or Chicago,' and ordered your suit
with Indtaa Hirer... and Lake Worth *eotloni Mr. Joseph Paxton, of Rockledge, who $..B. Hubbard; Co., and we presume done in' :801. \ contemporary I Is wrong. Mr. Suits furnished In from 8 to 13; days -tf,,
daring 'week Brief mention of being :
Interesting1 Kvent I" About People Ton have been on an extended tour through they have again stock up with thorn. Loots manager i of the 'above hotel for

Know, 'and Fed|>le Ton Don' Know California, are expected home next Fri Write to them and see, before sending to liDon't wear ripped coats and pants, Mr. M. F; Dwyer the well-known racehorse Telegraph Communication Vflth.Nassau. t '

Picked np by Oar Society Editor. day. the factory. *1 wlieff'you can got them mended so cheaply. owner, of Brooklyn, N. 1"., who .' d f,

St "LwlU make and mend at a reasonable tho whole of tho Indian ...- ."
-Mr. J. W. Sackett, of Augustine, owns River Hotel
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-Mr. S. Symmes, of Courtney, who It has been reported
and from London
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wish
jprjoe$ to solicit the patronage
53T Advertisements under thin headIng has been on a visit of about two monthsto arrived here Wednesday evening, and of. who> 'wish to' have such property, for which he paid $100,000.Mr. that the British Government has t closeda

are ten cents per line per week. Boston, returned ,hero Monday eve- started, in company with 'a friend'and any Mrs. S. J. M. F. Dwyer says Long troct Is contract, providing for tho laying of a

-Mr. J. M. Miner, of Tillman, has ning, and started 'homewards, on the Mrs. F. B. Sackett, for Heath, ,to'>vlow, wetjc.donc. Young. 8tfMr. the greatest horse tie over owned-better cable between Nassau;:the capital of the a
and Mrs. I' J.., Nevlns of Mer- Bahama of Islands, and Jupiter
his property and attend to other matters I than Luke Blackburn Klnnby group
been spending of in town. steamer, next morning.The .George '
a couple days
ritt who have boon and that tho line la to be In operation by I upending the
there.
He started homewards_ Monday evening.Mr. Town election will occur five over *In Now York summer Miss Wood ford, Hanover, or Kingston December 20th next.' ,If tills news is' ,

C. II. Stewart, of Melbourne, weeks next Monday; and if we are not -Notice. Thevocal, class, 'under the returned here Wednesday -better than any and nil of thorn. true It will bo a groat advantftgo to the ,
directions of Mr. and Mrs. Llbbey! will evening, looking remarkably well Hamilton, the jockey, recently made an south-east Coast of Florida. 'Nassau ha '
mistaken stock
who has been on a visit to his parents at the passage of a .ordi<< In health boon
after favorite
thulr started long A resort for Amoriicans
trip. They u *&
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hold first at the error at Jerome Park that cost
their meeting Mr.
Presbyterian Dwyer
nance Is going to be' '
Daytona, returned home on Monday a more .Important i hom/wartU on yesterday during the winter season; Its climate ,
morning's steamer.Mr. question than that as to who shall be the church, Tuesday night,'Sept 22nd, I Ifrom' morning'ssteamer. over $20,000, by forgetting the fact Is salubrious, and society at Nassau ;

next'Mayor Marshal and Aldermen.The 7jo O. All pupils desiring to join that the finish was a furlong beyond'the Is excellent. Hundreds of tourist. <
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Chas. n. of -A
New York
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Racey, down-river correspondent asks us have boo deterred from to'Naasa
this class are requested to attend this regular judge's stand. We hard had no going
arrived In town Monday and ADVOCATE returns thanks to If there the :P 1
evening
first are any contractors and builders authentlo information by onp objection-its lack of .tele-<
meeting. 01 as from Mr.
after stopping in town a couple of days, the lady who was good enough to leave In' Titusville. lIe Informs us that yot, graphic communication with' the balance -,
-Money Is the greatest of all barometers Dwyer as to whether he Intends laying a of the world. and '
started for his land near Waveland. the guava jelly at our office on. Monday both he and others have Wealthy 'promi +
though It tells of political and not continually track at Rockledge, although rumor aunt people like to take' a. few months' t
-Why send your job work out of the afternoon. It was of very fine quality atmospheric disturbance. The occupancy perused advertising columns of the says It Is his Intention to do BO. vacation, but at tho same time' they do

county, when you can get it done neatly, and flavor, and was much appreciatedby by England of a little island !In ADVOCATE with the ,view of getting the not care to go to a place where they era { ,
those who were fortunate enough to -Mr. A. Wldcmoyor lato of the cut oil from telegraphic'communication II' +
cheaply and expeditiously at the ADVOCATE the Aegean the financial address of one, but has not come In contact ,
sea
partake of It. causes with homo. One doom-- not .know, :what '
: office wltirtt builder's advertisement Signal Service at Santa Fo, New Mexico,
pulse all over the to flutter jotGeorgian
world .-Florida I. might happen during their absence,:and
-Mia. Walter S. Graham and son -II. C. Starck, -Malabar, who has Standard! ,- .-Tht stealne,' filled to w&lln town'yesterday, looking up a location sometimes a ten word message may save

Johnie will leave New York for Jacksonville finished his pineapple'contract, has now Notice.-.We art'oui of those'"porpoise'hide l make &eP. I U"UA! t ttrip'to Melbourne and on the Indian River. He ',is very thousands of dollars, I by directing tbosa' *;t

to-day, and will, probably, be In received a largo consignment of first- shoes,.but will have them again Ina Ll ack;i
town Tuesday evening next. class Havana tobacco, and Is prepared to of weeks. the and when and.climate, and,Intends to go Into the emergencies arise.. The telegraphwill
couple That little notloe l U raU.alandlng, oppositethe be the first step In bringing about,
-New York Laundry, Titnsville. supply domestic and foreign cigars of the ADVOCATE cleaned them out beforewe I Indian:' River Hotel, her machinery pineapple business. Mr. II. B. Horsey; closer communion with Nassau. Three' 4 w

Laundry work done In first-class style at the finest quality, at the moat reasonable could hardly catch our breath. Verily Is said to have become disarranged, and formerly stationed In Tltusvlllo, relieved fourths of the trade of that city, atpretsent -
prices. Address, H. C. Starck, Malabar him at Santa Fe., Mr. Wldemeyer ban comes to the United States. Telegraphic -.
reasonable prices. Orders by mall Fla. 3- advertising pays-if you have the she stopped running, remaining In that come to tho conclusion that there Is communication is only the' bas, .
.promptly attended to. Address Wm. goods J. P. Turner; Co. position until they got up steam on the more ginning of closer relations. It will not ,

McCarthy, proprietor. C3tIn -Men have been busily..engaged this -Mr. Pierre Lorillard, who has just St Lucie, which took charge of the passengers money In the culture of pineapples thanin be many years before we will have a line 4
week, on the railway wharf, driving I and made the working for Uncle Sam. He and Mr. of mall steamers from Jacksonville or
Australia where snakes purchased on the lower day-trip. The
deadly property river
I Lanonette better and from
puss for the of were class-mates at Fort My more convenlant. still,'
abound, It has been discovered that purpose strengthening after three or four yean of comparative Georgians broke one of her piston rods. Canaveral or Indian River Inlet. tTha ,
Va. and
the track. ThS pile-driver Is ers, although they bad not met ; ,
ls'almoet Infallible for upon a quietness, has again become run could be made In from twelve to -
strychnia an cure a plunger, -Mr. Ch... H. Watson, so long connected for eleven the
,
recognition
years
and
freight car from that vantage was .
,
fifteen
hours
by steamer from either of
and Is ,
their bites. The antrdote acts giving Mr. Michael
quickly Dwyer
owner with the
Indian River Steamboat mutual He left here
ground the this morning for the Utter and '
piles are easily driven Into of points hundreds of to.-. :
snakes poison slowly. AH physicians use their respective positions along the track. Hotel Indian River, at Rockledge, a Company one of Its most, popular Rockledge, and to-morrow will go to Eau riltaould much to take a rum

It. race for the title of the biggest better on pursers,'arrived In town to-day, on a visIt Gallle.. Mr. Wldemeyer will, probably over to Nassau rater than go to Jla1-:: '
-Mr. J. O. Walton of would
Eau Gallic
has the American It be
-From a letter received from the turf. to his father B. anna. much more pleasant.a
Just Capt W. Watson.Mr. send for his family as soon as he, has so-
just purchased a residence and lot In -Capt. S. N. Andrew., keeper of the to spend a few weeksIn" a clean city' ,
liev. B. F. Brown, who Is at present visiting South Watson has just returned from Blsoayne cured a suitable location. among Enirllih inflaklnir nwtnlA. than
Titusville from the
ownerMr.H. House
Sewanee, Tenn., we learn that he of Refuge located on the coast, a >Bay, where he has secured a valuable In a notoriously filthy one, among'Spaa-.
Q. Hawley-.ho Is now of few Brother Metcalf of the I.;
miles
'expects to return and hold services not manager south of the foot of Lake homestead/ He gives a glowing'ac complaint lards.

later than the" first Sunday In October, Green Carandnm Mine, Shooting Creek,, Worth, Is in Juno to-day, sending dispatches count of the country,and Its possibilities State exchanges not giving the Tropical Wanted L

And possibly for the but Sunday Sep. North Carolina. The house Is now In to Melbourne, and to Key West of future prosperity,-Jacksonville tlftropolli. Sun credit for Item. clipped from Its In Florida

tember. the occupation of Mr. and Mrs. Ely for the.U. 8. Revenue cutter, for assistance columns. He also refers to an Item, tIp- ," '

Spencer and family. for the schooner Queen, Capt. Roy on pineapple., published In the ADVOCATE To examine the Gage Self-Settinf: ',
-About nine of those Interested Inland -The bathing rage stm continues MoFadden of Eau. Game which Is -Governor Fleming has appointed :, which was an original contribution piano. It works better;easier and quick
at Miami returned here on Friday Robert IL Davidson, of Qulncy, to er; saves time, money and hard work.Can s
and huge parties are continually IndulgIng ashore about ten mites this side of Hills- to the Sun We never saw It In the be set In five seconds.;
fill the Changed
seat which
and, Saturday last. Some will return he claims Is vacant
In this healthful pastime, both at the boro river. She went ashore Monday Sun. It was published In the St Angus- from double to single !ron In two *e*.
i shortly, while others will not down I on account of the failure to elect Senator
go new bath-house In front of the Indian night and the heavy north-east swellshave tine News as original matter, and wea.usualgave onds. If your dealer don't keep It, send '
;
again for some months. Mr. Charles I Call, according to his -
to
River Interpretationof that credit S. B. Hubbard A Co., of Jacksonville,
Hotel, and at Wager's wharf. prevented her removal. She paper for It.
Watson has gone to Jacksonville, and was I the law. II the Governor had wished Fla. It Is easier to get them froM them.
Moonlight swimming seems to be bound for the Keys, with a .mall Bro. Metoalf, you must get satisfaction
very cargoof and there will be lens freight to .
hi. to the ,
will not go on land again until about appoint outspoken choice of the pay .<
much appreciated by the residents of lumber and merchandise, and Intended out of the St. Angustlne JWiw-the eon- than to send to Vineland. he need have
Some could not at people
February. stay MI- made no mistake.
our town who prefer the broad watersof proceeding thence to the Bahamas, temporary who published It as original.We give any Information wanted. uagv <-
ami any longer for want of funds; and Indian River to the couple of gallonsof for another cargo of pine slips for East The question will now be settled by the could cite many Instance where exchanges Tool Co., Vineland, N. J. .., .
they cannot return until their exchequer U. 8. Senate, which will be more c'
just !
water In a bath-tub at home. Melbourne pineries. The gallant captain copy items from the ADVOCATE:

has been enhanced. Is aboard, with two assistants, and than the appointing power of Florida.It and- -never' .. .rive. nrwltt n__.,. tint___ .It. _1sinl_ *. nrnm.us v..". The Schooner Oueen..

-Queen Victoria possesses the oldest -Maj.line Frank will M.leave Ironmonger, of the It Is probable that the Life Saving crew, Is frequently suggested that we at all. "Nothing succeeds like success News has come to hand that tha 'M :

watches In the world. She has two Clyde Monday for BIscayne from Jupiter, will start down tomorrowfor should give more of our editorial space ," and we can still live even If they schooner, Queen, of Eau Galllek' Vrhlcawas .
He
beautiful little gold ones by Bregnet, Bay. has purchased a sombrero their relief. We hope all to the discussion of political, sociology do not give us credit for anything clipped 'blown ashore last week, has gone '
celluloid collar and cuffs may go
and borrowed
that are supposed to be a hundred years Harmon well with them yet, and no serious dam cat and miscellaneous questions of na from our columns. to pieces. Her.; eargofortunatslyj. ha* ,.

old. They have silver dials,, and are Murray's pistol from age to this useful vessel be sustained tlonallmportance. We do not believe -War been saved. t '

about the size of a two-shilling piece. Beerbower. The major will go to Tampa From Wednesday's Tropical Sun. that, as a rule, such subjects are flr matter Russia have rumors between England and Although the Eau Gallle schooner,,. .
via the Florida Central '
One Is a blind man' watch, the other faa and Peninsular -In last week's Issue I for the editor of a country considerably gone the Cygnus, Immediately started with appliances
we stated the newspaper
round
of the
and thence by steamer to within, the
newspapers
Key
West
repeater. Both go perfectly and are In fact. that the months of to handle. The most carefully to assist In gettingthe schooner
September October prepared
few
where he will put days and
purchase several monkeys startling dispatches
constant use. Her Majesty's favorite November and December articles In this line would find few Queen off where she went ashore. we. -
to take with him to the were by telegraph from Athens have
cocoanut been
watch f s a large plain gold one by Mndge, groves designated as months in which deer readers, and U Is not likely that those sent to London. grot to state that her services In that respect
to gather the nuts for him. IIe anticipates may It was stated the Greek
the English maker. It Is about twice as be hunted and killed. The recently-pas who would take time to peruse them consuls at were unavailing. The total loss of !tithe
and
time. Mltylene at
big u an ordinary man's watch. Standard.Mr.having. a great -Jacksonville I sed Game Law says that no one shall kill would be converted to our way of think wired the Greek government Smyrna that thirteen bad Queen Is A sad thng) for the l1cfi'ad.den .- r

-seminole Indiana have not paid 71tnsville or chase wild deer for more than too ing. Our sphere of usefnllness, as we British men-of family, and we ..relOJT1 the Cygnus

a visit for some months, and J. J. Flannery' of Clifton, was months in the year, and the County see It, Is to publish to the world the and at Slgri last war landed troops did not arrive In time to render valuable

when Jack Scarbard, of Okeecbobee arrived in town a day or so this week and whileIn Commissioners shal designate those advantages the Indian River country of. they guns have already strongly Friday fortified, and that that assistance :,

here OB Friday evening's train our office he informed us he had months and publtth tht tame in county fens to home-seekers, and If we deal with place. Lord

from Qjgimmee, he was looked at with bought cart In Jacksonville orderingIt paptr. Any violation of the law entailsa political matters, H should only be thoseof secretary returned Salisbury's chief private Bargain In hearing Orange

to be shipped to his place.. It was town unexpectedly to Lon .. ,__ '
some amount of curiosity. This Indian, fine of not less than f 25 nor more than our county and State. We believe don and was busy at the Grover ;
taken to the J., T. ct K. W. Railway and Wild we eaa best serve foreign office. We offer a bearing of COO '
our tree.
who In a nephew of the SemInole chief $30. turkey, quail or partridgesare purpose by A great scare has been grove t
created
Osceola, was escorted around town by Clyde offices la Jacksonville. but each protected all over the State except devoting our space to discussing Cod advocating the world throught In City Point hammock. Crop '
civilised by the action season about GOO boxes. Twelve
of
those acr'
It did
refused to know
ship a* they not those
Sheriff Bowman and seemed be from November 1 to March 1 when measures which are likely
to amu.ahlmaell It Is British blue-jackets; and, after all It Is of excellent land. Three hundred feet:
,
leg as well as the people. After where Clifton was. Considering Clifton lawful to kin them. Penalty for violation to promote the development of our now stated that the I front on river and running back quarter .

"taking In" all the sights of Titusville U a U. 8. postoffiee, It seems rather of the law not less than $5 nor more chosen field, and In this line we will arisen from Mitylene scare has of a mil*. fume amount of ' the
strange that those connected with the than 110. floating at night with fire fact that a party of county rustd. New house four
spend our effort This Is the : large t
Including a long visit to the ADVOCATE policy we British naval officers _
: above offices did not look Into the post.office lamp or any artificial light Is unlawful have pursued In the past, and Lave on Saturday last room, sealed; with hale and porchj '
office-u left for other points on the directory, where they could easily the year round-also to trap or snare good reason to believe that the we ADVOCATE blgri pleknlcked and on that a desert Islet off Cape kitchen, dairy large cement ubare ,, '
lower river on Tuesday morning's steamer. have found It.Ve believe Clifton turkey, quail or partridges. Fines are has had some effect la brbigtn they renibarked the springs of water, a. yt.rl4 1GI. ..
Scarbard... anxious to AD- postoffiee Is about twelve miles north of to KO one-half to the Informer, and one- about the general condition of sailed same evening on board their vessel and The !improvements 'alone
get an Titusville. Mr. Flanaery, quite natural half to the county treasurer for the use ty which has prevailed la JS..r.s proaperr o away Sunday. An official dis are worth the price asked, A br- f
voc n lent to him at Fort Pierce, to ly, felt annoyed over what he thought to of county school*, la which the offence during the past year, and which C01mot1 U patch received in Berlin from Constanti gain. Price W.750.: great. ; -,
show his big chief Otfceola. be great carelessness. Is committed. brighter today than ever. nople pled by deal.British* that forces.blgri. hs* been occu Write for particular to ; *'

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;::. at the boy a, strange feet* FOB FAILMAItD GABDK5. r employed of _steaming the bones under
Gating ,
Mevniata :rI.... squelched his imagination{f but ha '
rho e Hast Coast !dVDcato. See, on the mountain toptfar. solved the problem at Jut.' ,A. man ing came over me. The stolid ,face ....,. pressure Improves their quality with.
.Those loft/ pinnacles that reach away off over the mountains" ;spoke was oddly familiar. OtInVEDtNG'A TOOT* ..u.P. Out altering the amount of the plant
Bo, near to heaven that a star'Barns ? Blessed1 If know calf is gorged with food ingredients which they contain.As .
with his fingers to me and I spoke "111. name ,1 When a young
IFT1TUSTlLLI.. J FLORIDA. like a taper bright fn each. .back to him. That was his Idea of It, said the Sergeant; '-what ,do you:call milk indigestion follow and the I the value of: ground bones depends
There, h ngeleM all the seasons through, ?" ho asked givIng with a mass of upon compositions and their
is
---- -- ---- and it was not such a bad one either. yourself, young one stomach clogged
Connecticut last year look out more The That first,preen to catch cathedral the mountain tins Its ,dew plr..,, The hnmmtngs of the wires overhead Mm a not too delicate poke with compact curd. The consequence is fineness, a chemical analysts is required

patents in proportion to population The last to hold the sunset tires were the voices of the people with the toe of his boot. that the animal becom l.dnU, dribblesat to determine their value. The
than any other Hate' in tho Union.Saystho ( Within Its aisles no sound Is heard ponderous fingers, but they were not I. "Me? My name Is Tads!I" granted the month, and grinds its teeth. farmer must determine by crop tests

Christian Uiiloii Thlrlyper While Summit's service decks the Dan, of this world.: the boy The treatment should be to give a which grade he should buy-whether,

cent of the people: of London .1.! Its attar knows no1 priest) no bird How ,the cowboys laughed ,when "Talks pretty good English for a teaspoonful of carbonate of soda or for example pay a dollar for ten
not earn enough either to practice Sings from the emerald architrave. they saw Tads and me In the station. wild imp who has been over the Mexican laleralus in half a pint of water, pounds of phosphoric acid in one con ,.

thrift to riot in drink. But when, wrapt In her shroud of snow, "That tenderfoot's a. queer one," border so long, don't he?" asked which will dissolve the curd and aid dltion, or :for eighteen and one-half
or Beneath the roof lies earth asleep, they said. tho Sergeant. its passage through the intestines. In pounds In another form. Average
debt of Now York ell A mournful music, measured, slow, But I said Tho Argonaut. tablespoonful wood ashes are worth $9 a ton, but
Xbe publle ; .Wake In the summit of yon steep. The despised Apache could not nothing. [ six hours after give one
it, in( round number. $100,000,000. crawl Into .their hearts-no, not if he of raw linseed or castor oil. Offerno the best vary considerably.-New
Tho public
56000000. The public debt of Cu.:. It Is God's harper strikes the strings "He'll\ steal everything the tender an interesting paper on tho voices out, and then give only one quart of -
cago Ie $13,515,400. Stretched on the forest barp of pine I foot's got," they pleasantly averred. of animals, J. P. Ilodgdon, an Eng warm, fresh milk at a meal every ffQ STRAWBERRIES OX TURF.
-Frank D.Sherman: In Boston Transcript. But lie did not. lish elocutionist, stated that in the three hours. When a calf is drinking A writer in Gardening Illustrated

Tho utesdy( increase in tne averago When Tad. loft the station of an mammalia the ,general structure of milk it should be fed slowly and with gives the following mode for using
price of Coffee for many years lias My Little Apache Chum. evening Ills little brown feet pattered the larynx is like that of' man; the intervals of rest, and cold milk should small pieces of l inverted turf instead

brought immense profits'to growers, straight over the road to the wlcklnns power and character of tho sound .depending i never be given, as this chills the of pots for rooting strawberry runners,
and especially! those who hare not Never go chumming with an a half mile away. In time he worea on the different degrees of stomach and provokes indigestion. which appears to possess some distinct

been. Involved. In speculative deals. Apache. You smile at such strange narrow-trail over to the lints. development of the vocal chords and [New York Times.PREVENTING. advantages:.
/ advice Well, I might have smiled at "Fitly veil" was what Tads would the pecutarity of the strncture'of the I am very much in favor of this

An ex-nrmy cfllcor, who, remarksthe it once myself. But we are all creatures .. grunt to me every day when .he came vocal organs. The timbre or qualityof TO7ATO ROT. operation, and have been to for some .
New York Commercial\ Advertiser, of circumstances, and I :was a shyly into the office and I greeted him voice is remarkably distinct in the During moist summers tbe loss to years. It is the next best way of

+ has obvious:y gone through a ad experience tenderfoot then, anyway. This is with a friendly "Ilow-de-do?" Then different classes of animals, and also the farmer from potato rot is enor- layering strawberry-runners to using

declares that the colonel'swife how I chummed in with my little Indian he would shrug his shoulders in n way varies in those, of the same class. mous. But if the rot can be guarded pots, and if the young plants are intended
is the most dangerous person in t that wrinkled tho three Xs into such Lions and tigers with their magnitudeof against we have few surer and better for planting in the open quarters .

the regiment. I was swinging my red and blue bewildering folds that you could not chest, make ,a roar that fills, the paying crops. As a rule the disease I would rather have them layered

The court-of appeals in Illinois has clubs under the pepper tree at the have read them unless yon had known ear with a sense of horror, the depth does not begin to do great damage till in turfs than lu pols. My mode of

decided that tho gnats" In a hotel conducted back of the railroad station. This I what they were beforehand. of voice giving to the mind the idea well into the summer. The latter part layering has been to get some good

on the "American plan" cannotbe did because I had a theory that exercise One day while he was meanderingabout of an enormous being. of August and the month of September fibrous turfs, from two to three Inches

charged for food they have not was good for a man living on a tho place, granting, quietly to The horse neighs in a descent on the are the troublesome limes, consequently thick, and cut these into squares about
eaten. desert. The lazy Mexicans, and most himself, he upset one of my battery tho chromatic scale, without even omit the better rule to follow, when four inches in diameter. The man
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Americans semitone of the who layers takes number of these
of the thereabouts, had no Jars. ting a being one the probabilities point to a damp summer a in
Chicago puts forward a claim that ruddy glow on their faces. They "Tads," I cried angrily, for the de- most musically voiced of animals. is to plant early and harvest the a basket with some short wooden pegs
she handles 10 per cent more mall wore all sallow. What I wanted wasa ler"'. breath was hot upon me and was The ass brays In a perfect octave: and before tho rot begins, its ravages.Potato and a troweL Holes are made in the
matter a year* than New York docs. ruddy glow. irritating enough, let alone vitriol, one of his ejaculations hat been I, crop beetles. must be guarded againstin vicinity of the runners, so as to allow
The grand total of all registered parcels My red and blue clubs circled about "yon are a little boast I Skip out of copied by Haydn in hl< seventy-sixth other and so must the turfs to drop level with
letters and packages handled at very prettily that day, and the ruddy here or I'll take a stick to you!" quartet with great success. The bark the some various way other, argumentlazallll& the ground2 and a runner is

the Chltftg. Tostofflce for tho year glow came; also a dripping epidermisand Then arose a great howl from Tads, of dog is an instance of a voice acquired for pegged on the centre of each. The
ending June 30 Amounted to 8,214- a big desire to sit down In the and he kept howling until an Apache by domestication much as the early planting, entire we turf is used upside down, and as there
cannot afford to Lave our
698. shade of the popper free and blow tobacco woman came over the sands from: the trotting of the horse is an acquired is generally a good deal of foliage
in the Then
,
crop decay ground. I
It appears' from Mr. Wai pole'* smoke. Tho tree was n small wickiups and gathered him in hen movement. An ape, ore of the Gibbons make use of preventive measures, Inch about the strawberries at that time,
biography of Lord John Russell that one. When the station tank rail over, arms. She was his mother. She had produced an exact octave of as spraying the vines several times I combined with the plunging of the

Lord Deacons eh}'. famous phrase, which was not often, its roots receiveda eyed me suspiciously, and walked musical sound, ascending and descending during June, July and August with turf, it is astonishing how little the

'.peace with honor," really originatedwith little moisture. So it grew slowly.As away burden.with her highly demonstrative: the scale by half-tones, so the Bordeaux mixture or other compounds runners suffer from drought The

Lord John, who asserted, in a loon as I dropped my clubs a Of course I regretted my hot that perhaps alone of brute animals of copper. This may be mixed roots penetrate the turf lu very short
speech which he delivered at Dundeein squeal of disgust went up from some language and wanted the little beggar may be said to sing. The howling or with London purple or Paris green and time, and if the turfs are soaked in

1862. that lu his foreign policy "it where, and as I turned about I saw a back again. It was so lonely thereon preacher monkey of South America water, and thus the potato beetles may manure water before being used, the
had always been his object to preserve small, brown head dart behind a cap the desert The wires wailed so has a voice that can be heard two be killed and the rot prevented at the roots wilt'quIckly take possession oi

peace with honor." tus-lined rock.I heart-brokenly while the sun beat miles. The glraffo and armadillo are same time. The progress of the di.. them without entering the surrounding -
said nothing, but leaned back on in the and voiceless, with no vocal slip:ds. soil, and in a fortnight or so after
down so fiercely daytime ease is from the upper parts of the
W., T. Hornaday, formerly Chief my seat, pulled my sombrero down the coyotes ;yelled so dolefully at The chirp of the long-eared bat U plant 'down. The fungoid growth layering the plants and turfs become
Taxidermist of tho Smithsonian Institute over my face, and shammed sleep, night. How he had crept into my said to be the most acute sound produced first attacks the leaves and stems and firmly attached. _I never knew plant

who is traveling in Canada, with one-half closed eye on the rock heart to bo sure! by any animal, and only five out then the roots and tubers, so' that care layered In this cheap and simple way
baa secured for the new Zoological and the big cactus shrubs. No use. It several before were of six persons can hear I'. In reptilesthe to fail to become quickly established
was days we should be taken to keep the foliage in
Gardens In Washington a ,young female You can never get an Apache out of terms Tads larynx is In rudimentary condi and to do well either in the open
on satisfactory again. good condition by a liberal use of the
-moose. This is considered a his hole that way. wanted to be white. man lIe want- tion. Tho crocodile and cayman preventive mixture. Caro should betaken ground or in pots fer forcing, because

valuable acquisition, for moose are Next day, with my beautiful exercise ed to make "talk marks".on "pupper" make a roaring sound. One kind of too, not to plant late crops in .they grow freely from the first and

getting to be very scarce, eveu in the I theory still bristling in my brain, I with a feather-I sometimes used a frog has a sound bag, evidently actingas low, swampy ground, as this is only never seem- to get root-bound, as Is,the
most inaccessible parts. of the country I turned quickly, while in the midst quill\ pen, be it remarked-and he a resonance chamber, on each side inviting the plague-Farm, Field case when.. layered In small pots.
and few known of lu of club and of Its mouth. The tortoise given a
the
swinging
very my saw wanted to speak.with his finger.,Well, and Stockman. -
captivity.. wide-open eyes and gasping mouth of I did manage to teach him a few letters mere snuffling sound. Snakes have no ,I FARM AND OARDEX NOTE
r-r -= the cunningesl little savage: I had ever from a railroad porter, and he vocal chords, but produce a hissing by II I TilE MERITS OF BLUE GRASS. Keep tho laying hens away from the
It will surprise many: thliiits the beheld. lie sprang about and fled behind learned to drawl out "T-a-d-I" in a expulsion of air through a narrow One of the good qualities of blue manure pile.

San Francisco Chronicle, to learn that the rock, but not too quickly for I droll way. With perseverance that opening In the glottis. Most fishes are glass, writes an Ohio farmer, is its Feed the monltlng hens a light feed
is wine
Russia
so large a prodncorthe. me to read "XXX Family Flour" in was roallyjtartllng( I afterward took mute. Insects, such as crickets, grass- strong vitality and persistence in of linseed moat daily
total vintage being estimated this at 64, large red letters on his back.. Ills one him in an uncertain way through a hoppers and bees, hAve been considered growing. A blue gross pasture does If picked regnlarly geese will furnish
gallons. Much of wino
000,000
short garment rfas cotton sack with more musicians than singers, not out do. It is
page or two of "Can You See the Fat ruu as many grasses four crops' of feathers regularly.
is made In the sunny valleys and foothills : holes cut through it for his head and Ox and wherefore his heart most of their sounds being caused by truo that drought wilt dry up a bluegrass
so on
of the Crimea. and of Southern Provide some convenient nesting
arms. :friction of their wings: or legs together pasture until it may seem to
Siberia. The tatter is was glad. places or the hens will hide their nests
usually
country I "Come,'Tads," I cried, christening "1'll be white mans, heap sure/ against their body or by vibrations have been extermInated, but with the
the laud of ice but
regarded us George him in that fleeting second with a ho declared in his bull-frog voice of their wings. A grasshopper first rains the blades will spring up, out.Fowls
Kennan found tho heat almost unen- thrive better if given a good
name that stuck to him all his life, after he had accomplished hi. wonderful of Brazil may: bo heard half a mile, audio a few days the whole surface
durable in summer, wltu I seml-tropl. variety, not only I with their soft feed
"out of that!" Aud I jumped behind feat. which is "as if a man with a big will again be covered with living but with their
grain.
cal fruits hand.
growing on every the rock, swinging an open hand that Great distress'racked Tads' soul on voice could be beared over the green. For a hillside gross on lauds
: After well started to
William-Lidderdale who is known did not grasp the flour sack, as I had the fatal day when the wlcktap( were world. subject to washing, and where, cultivation feather they goslings need get little attention
very ,
Intended it should. taken down and the tribe mounted Bakers In London. should be avoided, It is unequalled -
as tbe, hero of the Baring crisis, in as they are very hardy.
that his, financial statesmanship not Where was the wee savage? their mustangs to go over the hills. There are fourteen thousand bakers after it has obtained a perma-
Like a lizard he had darted from allover five thousandare. nent foothold and especially on soils Young turkey. intended for early
Only saved the great firm of Baring: Tho Apaches had to search In London, of whom
sight somewhere in that little of of limestone character., This is not market must be well fed in order to
patch a
Brothers from collapse but also prevented the station to find Tads. At last they foreigners mostly Germans.
the shock to the business world rocks aryl cactus, though there did not hauled him forth from under my Foremen bakers get from $5 to $8 a an easy thing to be "attained In' all make a thrifty growth.

'that must have resulted had the house appear to be cover enough there to bunk, screaming like mad. Of no week second hands from ft to $5 a cases, bat it is so desirable on such Generally chickens that have made

gone down, is a Scotchman by birth, conceal a Jack rabbit avail were his screams; of no avail week, third hands from |2 to $3 a lands that it is worth while to persist a good growth can be marketed to a
and 6!9 years old. For his assistance "The spines must scratch him," I was his cry. "Me: yanter to stay wld week. The hour of labor range from in the attempt until It is accomplished. better advantage BOW than later.

in the Baring affair he has received the thought, as I looked at the prickly him; me yanter be white mans!" 12 to 15 hours a day, and on Saturdays It a soil has enough fertility in it to :' Early In summer we find the larva
freedom of the city of London in a cactus; bnt I did not know then how : Apache papas are unbending and from 20 to 23 hours. Most of nourish grass, it can generally be' of the grape-vine saw-fly and' a little

gold casket, which is eight inches long, Apaches put up with snob small irrita Apache mammas are inexorable. the small bakers: act as their own fore- made to grow even on quite steep later In the season that of the procrisIn
six inches high and four wide. tions. Not wanting to give the boy Away they whisked Tads, leaving behind men. The majority of.the bake housesare places. In sewing it on doubtful solid phalanxes.Do .

unnecessary torture, I went back to him a tenderfoot with a queer miserable underground cellars, grounds I would always use a mix- not count on profits now on eggs

The reason advanced why Kentuckyleads my clubs. Throwing mv eyes about feeling in his throat overrun with roaches, mice and other ture with other grasses; the more va- you get from your bens. At eight
tbe world in flue horses, explains: again, I caught another fleeting "Well, the boy has the instincts ofa vermin. The cellars are so Ill-venti ritics the better. In their early growth and ten cents per dozen there Is nothIng -
the New York Telegraph, is that in glimpse of the brown head as dodged white man." I said, for I wat proud lated and so unhealthy that the bakers each one that takes serves to protect earned on them. I

the Blue Grass. country the publle behind the rock. of what I fancied I had made of him are subject to a number of special diseases strengthen the other and if any Beds of coleus must be clipped a
min I is somewhat concentrated on the Tads must have been disappointednext ( ( "and lio'll be a shining light among all of which may be communicated -I finally survive the blue grass will. little from time to time to an
breeding of fine horses, and tloy produce day, for there was no club- those devilish people of his. If we to the consumers of the bread The great point Is to establish a veg- even surface. Some neglect preserve to dolt

results that cannot bo obtained swinging under the pepper tree. Tbe had a few more like him to put among they make, for they are mostly diseases etable growth that will hold the soil and so destroy the effect of a smooth
Where fragmentary breeding in car duties of telegraph agent lay too them the Apache question would settle of the skin, and the bakers in where it Is, and for this purpose I mass of color.
ried on and In localities where only a heavily upon me, and the sun lay too itself, and we could set our soldiers these dens as a rule, work stark know of nothing belter than blue
few are interested. There tbe brightest heavily upon the desert. I saw Tads to hoeing corn. naked from their waists up, and there grass.-[New York World. Use flowers freely. Have them on
the table and in the house. And the
minds are centred on producing steal away from his lair' about two Then I took up the restless IIfo of a is generally no accommodation of any -
the bet results in horse breeding, just hours after ray usual exercise time and city man, and a big and busy railroad kind for washing except in the knead GROUND BONES AS A FERTILIZER. children, let them pluck to their littlehearts'
u here the best results !in manufacturing walk down the sand-drifts with a dejected office claimed a good share of my attention ing tubs.-[New York Recorder. According to experiments made at content I The more flowers are
are sought And it 'is a sure air his one garment flapping for the next ten years. YOI. the New Jersey Agricultural Station picked the more abundantly they

principle that the public mind affects In the hot air. it was fully that long before I againset Speed of Animals. with ground bones as a fertilizer, it grow, as a rile.
the Individual mind. ... A wild nature like his was proof foot upon the desert Our train The sloth is by no means a small appears that ground bone is both a Straw or hay is as rood for fowlsto
against such snares as the toothsome stopped at the old station. How the animal, and yet it can travel only fifty phoaph and a nitrogenous manure, exercise in during summer as Winter

Those who fancy that the Indian confection, the golden orange, or the pepper tree bad grown, to be sure. paces in a day A worm crawls over Insoluble in water/ but when in the if they be ;yarded. It should not
squaw cannot fight should have been mealy peanut. I found that out by In its shade sat a cavalry sergeant five hones in_fifty seconds, a lady bird soil is decomposed and yields its cons be pat near the roost and should be
preteot at recent skirmish between trial in the course of the next week. with half a dozen of his men about can fly twenty million times its own stitnonts to the feeding plant in pro changed every week, the hens scratching -

white men and several squaws and But an old jack-knife won him over. him, and in their midst were three length in less than an hour, an elk can portion to fineness. It varies but little in it for all their grain.

children Jn tho Mojave: desert of California. That was something his Apache mind Indian prisoners, who were being run a mile in one minute, an antelope in composition, and 1* less liable The old strawberry bed. if too foolto

The squaws handled their could grasp. It was a greater delightto taken to the fort to be shot. can run a mile in a minute, the to adulteration than most fertilizers be kept over, should be mowed and
Winchesters such good style thai him than the red and blue clubs. They were fierce looking fellows, wind mule of Tartary has a speed even being, in fact, usually pure. Ground burnt over before turning under to

though they were only two agaiusl Sworn friends from that day were those threo savages. There was one, greater than that, an eagle can fly bones have a tendency to cake, and to Celtroylnlec& pests. Plough deeply
six they "stood oft" the white men Tads and L His talk was a ridiculous the youngest, who was a perfect demon fifty-four miles in an hour, while a avoid this. the manufacturers may use and sow to turnips or plant with late
and escaped. Probably if any of the mixture of EnglUb, Spanish and the soldiers said. canary falcon can even reach 750 miles substances, which, while aiding cabbage. Select a fresh spot for the
whites bad been so unfortunate as to Apache, and his voice was throaty. Killed throe women and two in the short space of sixteen hours,- mecbauk !fly! reduce the chemical now bed.

f&111nto *hands the squaws would Out I understood him. babies down at Mustang Wash last [New York Advertiser value ofythe mixture. Raw bole I* A New York dairyman dont*ja the

have shown equal readiness with the Indian-like, he said little. It was, 'Tuesday," said the Sergeant to me, generally) pure, but the fat it contains yield ot butter, per cow, of his herd, ,
scalping knife. It is a beautiful theory therefore, easy to get along with him. 'juil after one of them bad given him The Secret of Betisty.Miss renders It lea easily decomposed. in one year, by testing every cow and I
!that the squaw is a noncombatant : He would alt for hour on a high stool his breakfast, too. he's a young one, De Plain-Doctor, what is the Bones haying served the purpose of disposing of the poor ones, and feeding
I
aud should be treated as such, but listening to the f'tuuk-tuuk-tuuk of not more than seventeen I should say, secret of beauty the glue-maker are low In a little better his new herd. Both l
In reality she It more to be dreaded my sounder. The telegraph was antwful I but he', the wont red devil I ever Family Physician (confidentially nitrogen and very hIgh in acts are tat fall accord with modem
than the ordinary India. mystery to him, at first and It saw." Da born.pretty.-[Good Newt. phosphoric add. IV method now dairy gospel.






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i world leave off *ttng -Lit That was and you 'try strong drink, and you' try .

Dit. TALMAGE. the lament nt the worbfs comedian and efcanir of ensue and you try new business }INDIAN RIVEirpROPERTY. I 'F B ,8
Joker. AH tmhappy. The world did tmrr associations, and anything and evsrythtnt A i z a
thing for Lord Byron that It eontd do and rather than take the Divine companionship Twenty Excellent Bargains In Real
I'BB BROOKLYN' DIVINE'S SUN- :ret in his last moment be arts a friend to and sympathy suggested by the word: of ,
come and sit down by him and read,as most my text when It says "Yon shall notice Mr Estate on Indian Biter Fla.
DAY SERMON. appropriate to his case the story of "The face again unless your Brother be with !
Bleeding Hmrt" Torrigiaao, the sculptor you." Oh, that you might understand No. 1. The ow t of se J of Section 34, : XJNPS.: "
ItTKT. executed, after monthi of care and carving something of the bright and depth, and 187, sr 87 e-40 acres, 6a prninsu'a up. QF: ALL ,
Botyeoti "The Corncrib of Egypt. Madonna and the Child. The royalfamily length! and breadth, and immeniity and Melborna by
pronounced county
came la and admired it Ewrbody InOntty of God's eternal eoniolattona poalte ;
i that looked at it was In ecrtaxyt but one I go further, and find in my subject a hint surveyor to be an excellent: piece Of pine '
'. fT eMU not tf"' my fatm rretpt day, after' all that toil and an that admiration as to the way heaven opens to the departing apple land. Price, f 20 per aero. Adjoining BANK VAULTS ;
vow,brother os with you. Genesis, sl U.,9. because he did not get as much com- spirit. We are told that heaven has ) laud is lolling st from f 30 to ,
This summer, liarlne crossed eighteen of peniiation for his work as he bad expected. twelve rates, and some people infer from t71S. ;
the United States. North, East and he took a mallet and daubed the that fact that all the people will go In
Wwt, I haw to report South beet h"... exquisite sculptors Into atoms. The world without reference to their past life bat I No. 9. Lot 4 of section 24, t 37, r 40e. VAULT DOORS.

... that this _trY or any other is poor compensation, poor satisfaction, poor what is the use of having a gate that Is not Fronts on north shore of 8U Luc e
ttmotry eVer raced If the grain Rmblct solace. Famine, famine in all the earth; not sometimes be shut The swinging of agate river, 79 87-100 acres{ price $35 per
do not somehow wreck them barTSBtowe for seven years, but for six thousand. But Implies that our entrance Into heaven acre. : ,
are about to enter upon the grandest blessed be God there Is a great corn-crib. is conditional. It is not a monetary condI- No. 8. Lot 4 of 23 t 87 r.O o, STEEL RAIL AND CELL WORKS ,
some of yiwuM'ItT that America hu The Lord built it. It is a large place. Aa tion. If we come to the door of an exqnlsita sec 4 ,.
ever witnessed. But while this I. so In oar angel once measured it and as tar u I can concert, we are not surprised! that w* 05 63-100 acres, half mile front on south ;
own country, on the other side of the At- calculate it in our phrase, that corncrib is mast pay a fee, for we know that fine earthly shore of St. Lucie river. Excellent: land. OF IMPROVED CONSTRUCTION. '
kntto there are nations threatened with fittaenhundred miles tang and fifteen hundredbroad naiio ta expensive! but all the oratorios f)3; per acre.. ,
famine, and the most dismal err that Insrsr and fifteen hundred hirh;and it is fall. of heaven cost nothing.! Heaven pays No. 4. Lot 1 79 80-100 acres lot 9 f mIi1
beard will I fear be uttered, the err Food for all nations. "Oh r say the people nothing too its music. It Is all free. There ; J&.TTXQJB: m: XT :XI. :3XT X t3 :m :10: '
for bread. I pray God that the contrast "we W'illltart right away aad get this sup Is nothing to be paid at that door for en- 71 90-100 acres; lot 8, 85 10-100 aotcs{ : T X 3Vt: : I

between cur prosperity and their want may ply for our soul." But stop a momf'Dttor trance; but the condition of getting all in sec 20, t 87, r 40 e. Each lot has a On all kinds of Fire and Burglar Proof Work. !
not be u sharp as la the lands referred toby from the keeper ot that porn-crib' there Into heaven Is our bringing our Divine quarter of a mile front on St. Lucie river,
my text. There WM nothing to eat. I comes bill word sayings "You shall not Benjamin along with us. Do you notice bow and adjoins the extensive pine-a hple!
Plenty at corn In Egypt, but ghastly famine brother be with often call Jeans It Is
see my face except your dying paople upon J
la Canaan. The cattle mooning la the you" In other words, there Is no such the usual prayer offered-the prayer offered plantation of Tyndall & Dyer The DIEBOJ..D SAFE, LOGIC: CONPANY: ar
stall. :Men, women and children awfully thing as getting from heaven pardon and more than all the other prayers put together three lots have a combined frontage of
white with hanger. Not the failing of one comfort and eternal life unless we bring -"Lord Jesus receive my aplrl One of three quarters of a mile on very deepwater
crop for one rammer, but the failing of all with ns our Divine Brother, the Lord our congregation, when naked In the closing I and being situated on the south W. H. BUTLER \
the crops for seven years. A nation dying Jew Christ. Coming without Him, we moments ot his life. "Do you know usf shore of the broad St. Lucie, are absolutely .
for lack of that which Is on r.
common
your shall fall before we reach the OO'I'n-orlband said "Oh ye*. I God bless you.
table, and so little appreciated:the product our bodieseball be a portion for the jackals Good-bye. Lord Jesus, receive my I free from danger frost. $20 per AGENT. t
of-harmt field, and grist-mill and oven the of the wilderness; but coming with the DI- spirit;" and be was gone. Oh. yes, In acre for these tbree lots in a body, or FLORIDA > r,
price of.weat* and anxiety, and Itrurgl_ rine Jesus,all the granaries of heaven will the closing moments of our life we 125 per acre for either lot separately. '
Bread t Jacob the father has the last swine open before-our soul, and abundance must have a Christ to call, upon. It Jacob's This is an exceptional bargain-A better 78 D .A. TT :isrITRAR E S TeE; :EP rEJ. T
report from the flour-bin and be finds hall be given aa We shall be invited ton eons had gone toward Egypt, and had gone
that everything is. out; and he ; In the palace of the King with the very finest equipage, and bad not investment than the amount required to ( 3ROAIiWAT) r
says to his cons: "80,., hook up the wag. and at the table; and while the Lord of taken Benjamin,along with dim, and to secure and prove up on a homestead at
ona and start for Ejyyt? and get ns something heaven Is apportioning from His own tableto the question they should have been obligedto Miami, and is not dependent upon prospective -
to eat." The tact was, there was a other tables He will not forget as ; and auiwert "Sir we didn't bring him, as and perhaps long delayed satisfactory York y
New
great corn crib la Egypt The people of then and there it will be.found that our Ben father could not let him go; we didn't want facilities City.
Egypt hare bean largely taxed in all ages, jamin's mess is larger than all the others, for to be bothered with him," a voles from transportation
a* the present time paying between ten so it ought to be. "Worthy is the Lamb I within would have said. "Go away from I No. 5. Lot 1 of seo 83, ,t 87. r 40 e. 21 ftug 01-18 mo.
tnty and eighty per cent of their productsto that wa ilaln. to receive Meesinff.iuid riches I on. You shall not have any of this supply. I 44 110 acres, on south shore of St. Lucie L I. ]
the government. No wonder In that and honor and glory, and power." : You shall not see my faoe because your river. Quarter mile deep water front
time (her had (i large corn crib, and ,
brother is not with And if we com
I want to make three Every you. I |35 apaolalty this consort of what s swe
points. nere.I a
It was tu1J. To that crib they came from toward the door of heaven at last, though per 'fl1E are> making ,
the regions round about-those who were frank and common-sense man will acknowledge up we corns from all luxuriance and brilliancy No. 0. Lot 8 of seo 80, t 87, r 41 e, can our PARAGON HARNESS. &Q
himself to be sinner. Whatare
famished-some paying:for corn in money; -a of surroundings, and knock for admittance, I Half mile of river front, on north shoreof '
when the was exhausted paying for you going to do with your duet Hare Mad of the fiNEST and the
money is not with STOCK very y
and It is found that Christ St. Lucie river. 40 1-10 acres, at $23 '
them How
pardoned, Throughthe
the corn in sheep and cattle, and horse and you say. I
back '
the of haven will beat us
tn, police BEST
Camels; and when they were exhawtedthenpalling mercy ot God. What do you mean bythemerc7 per acre. WORKMANSHIP. Such a harneaa + i
their own bodies and their -families of God Is it the letting down rom I never the, bread-house knew you., saying" If: "Depart Jaoob's I, Bargains Nos. 9, 8, 4, 5 and 0, contaIn. cannot be bought for less! than $26. l
ot bar for admission of all without
tne
'
a ,
Into slavery. In the 480 01.100
sons, coming toward had lost every tog aggregate acres retail.
-to character Be not ducelred. I at i But we are willing, ;
respect
The morning for out on the crusade the If they had expended will be sold in body tit fid
thing on a acre. \ '
per
arrive see a soul coming no to the crate of mercy way; It
for bread had Jacob gets his In order to Introduoe I ISELL to
their last shekel; it they had come up utterly This is chance wake 100 !
a good
family early. Bat before the elder. and knocking at the corncrib of heavenly I pet. \-1
op very
sons start they say. something that makes supply; and a voice from within sayst exhausted to the corncribs of Egypt cent in less than twelve month ONE SET ONLY e'-P a
and it had been found that Benjamin was .
him tremble with emotion from head to "Are you alone The sinner replies: with them all the storehouses would bar I No. 7. Lot 1 of seo 25, t 87, rUe, to one person ..' a $ ... h'
"All alone." The voice from within
foot, and burst into tears. The fact was, says 24 78-100 and lot 9 of same t r.
see
before And acres,
them. thoughby
so, .
"You shall not Mr face swung open aample for .
see pardoning unless w ..
that these elder sons had once before been + ,-....
fatal casualty we be ushered into One is the north and the t\, -I" .
may 211 acres. on
",
In Egypt to get corn and tie y had been your Divine Brother, the Lord Jesus, : Y \.a: "'\a'i "V V"
treated somewhat roughly, the lord of the be with you" Oh, that is the point' the eternal world; though we may sickness be other on'the south shore of St. Lucie $16.50. : ,'
eora-crib supplying them with corn, bat sayIng which, so many are discomfited Thoro is weak if and exhausted last by protracted j river Each lot has a quarter of a mile v t d
in that moment, we can only o.o
at the close of the Interview: Now, no mercy from God except through Jesus in ., \ 1
Christ with Hlmwa just stagger, and faint, and fall Into the frontage on deep water. $30 per acre !
you need not come back here for anymore Coming are accepted. It that all the lot No reduction if 1 toth lots t l
Coming without Him we are rejected. gate of heaven- seems oorncrlbi separate 040\ : :
unless bring
corn something
better than money-you even your younger Peter put it right in his great sermon before of heaven will open for our need' i ar&ialcen.. & O .... .\ \\'to: ,. .. ""'- o1 i
brother Benjamin.'* Ah I Benjamin-that toe high priests!, when he thundered and all the palaces will open for our reception No. 8. Lot 8 of seo 24-31 80-100 acres .".. \. 1 \.1.. '(JI!. 1 o
very name was saggestirs of all tenderness. forth "Neither Is there salvation in any. His fable' and toe and Lord all the of angels that place of God seated seatedat at half mile front on St.-Lucie river; and ., ..J1t -: ; 't t: :.c.
The mother bad died at the birth of for t son other. There no other name given under -9 .,._ e 'ct8 .
lot 4, Of 80 t 87 40 77 'V
heaven be their table, and the martyrs asatel at see r e- acres, .
men whereby we
and another among may ,
-a-and spirit the coming very thought of parting spirit going with sared. Oh, anxious sinner! Oh dying their table, and all our glorified kindred also fronting on St. Lucie river' $23 per $ ':: "" "ofI
,
Benjamin must have been a heart-break. sinner! Oh lost slnnerl all you bare got seated at our table, the King shall pass a acre for either or both lots ? fe 7

The keeper this corn-crib, nevertheless, to do is to take this Divine Benjamin along while portion we from think His of table the fact to ours that, and It then was t tio. 0. Lot 4, of sec 23, t, 87, r 40 e, y tP.t.9" ,V',. e flY' 4
side
with Bide to the
older 1'here I is you. by coming
these
says to sonsi no need Jesus ,15816-100 acres with mile fronton I Via
all the store-bouaoi of heaven will woo started us on the road, and quarter
of coming here any more for corn unless gate
your aud Jesus who kept us on the and St. Lucio river excellent land $25
bring Benjamin, your father's dar swing open before your anxious soul. AmI way. ; ; i
you in Jesus Benjamin Oh Jesus who st last gained admittance for our acre.
ling. Now Jacob and his family very right calling yes. per
much needed bread; bat what a struggle Rachel lived only long enough to givea soul we. shall soul be glad It He has scan of thetra't'allot No. 10, Lot 4 of sea 8,183. r 41 e 88 "
to that child and with a dying His and been satisfied, and THIS 18 ONE OF THE 40 8TYLEO WHICH WE
It would be to give up this son. The kiss. name she called him Benoni. AfterwardJacob not be at all jealous it it be found that our 04-100 acres, with half mile frontage on MAKE ry
Orientals are very demonstrative la their Divine fDjamin'. is five times south of 8t.-LuoIe river ...
mar larger oppositeand
griet and I hear the outwailing of the father chanted his name, and he called prong ,0
than all the rest Hail) anointed of the tiC ,. .
as these older ones keep reiterating in bllearl him Benjamin. The meaning of the name south-westerly from Bessey Bros. 0 C r,
the announcement of the Egyptian she gave was "don of my Pain The Lord. Thou. art worthy. plantation; superior quality of land, ''. :a t' .
ot the name the father was My friends, you see it is either Christ or F' s '
lard'Y. hali not see my t.ce1lll1your meaning gave known as old Indian field and A
brother be with "VVhy did tell "Son of my Right Hand." And was not famine-- If there were two banquets camp 0''Z to
you. you stY
spread and to of them mightgo ground. Price, $23 per acre. l
them you' had a brotherr said the old Christ the Son of Pain All the sorrowsof one only you
man, com.Jalnlng and chiding them. Rachel in that hour, when she! gave her you might stand and think for a good i I. No. 11. 8eioswiofseo2t,88sr 0m' .
"Why, father," they said, "be asked wall child over Into the hands of strsngers was while as to which invitation you had better i 41, e, on southside of St Lucie river, two OA, ,'1. r
about our family, and we had no idea nothing compared with the struggle of accept; but here it u feasting or starradon. : huudred yards back from river; excellent Z '"Z '.
ha would make any such demand upon ui God when He gave up His only Bon. The If it were a choice between oratorios, you I >C '
land. Jonls
of 0
u be has made." "No use of Baking me," omnipotent God in a birth throe I And was might say "I prefer the Creation' or I pineapple' plantation E -
said the father"I cannot, I will not, give not Christ appropriately called "Son of the "I prefer the 'Meanah.! But here II Is a Wood. Price $7.50 per acre. a: 'A '
r
np Benjamin." The fact was that the old Right HandP Did not Btephsa look into choice between eternal harmony and everlasting No. 12. Pineapple land. Lot 0 and .,.... ,
man had lost children; and when there has heaven and sea Him standing at the right dlaoord. Oh. will you lira or diet ; neloraol of see 15, t 87, r40e, 83acres I.' I' ;
been bereavement in a household and a hand ot God? And does not not Paul speak will you start for the Egyptian corn-crib, tiC.
and field
child taken, It maker the other children In 'of Him as standing at the right band of God or will I yon perish amid the shall noon Including a clearing of W < '.
the household more pretdoua. Bo the day making intercession for uif 0 Benjamin the Canaanltlsh famine? "Ye : 10,000 pineapples, set out, on north fork '"
for departure adjourned! and adjourned, Jems! Son of paul Son of victory I sea My" face except your Brother be withyou. of St. Lucie river. Price $1,000,1 Very No. I OB JI.f.TVaoU, STAR wooo GEAR rwse.a SPINDLE.BODY j '
and adjourned. Still the horrors of the The deepest emotions of our soul littlewaste, land in the tract. Built rAorrmo.
famine increased, and louder moaned the ought to be stirred at the sound of No.:13. Lot 4 of seo 14 containing on Honor. Entirely different from Cheap Western < '
,
cattle, and wider open cracked the earth, tLat nomenclature. In your prayers plead NaUral Sharlor Strop 85 and lot 9 of 23 Work. Live Dealers wanted. Territory given.' :.. ?,.
acres; see containing
and more pallid became the cheek, until Hie tears, His sufferint His sorrows and ,
,
Jacob in despair, cried out to his sons, His death. If you refute to dolt, all the There are now blooming in St. Augustine 70 acresall in 126. r S3 e. Very fine a ;

""Take Benjamin and be off." The older corn-cribs and the palaces of heaven will be Fla., sixteen plant of the agava! j: hammock situated opposite Jlicco, on KINOMAN, STURTEVANT & LARRABEE -
'sons tried to cheer up their father. They bolted and barred against your soul and a Victoria roglua species or what Is I the peninsula; free from frost. Each lot '. JL

kaidt heart,"We and no have harm strop will come arms to and Ben a .mlu.stout the voles announcement from the throne: "You shall shall atun not you sea with My called the century, plant. A comamonly tow 'I has a quarter of mile river front., This : QARRIA6EiND IWa BUIUIEIW:] :-::: = ', :.'

We'll aee that he gets back again." ''Fare- face, except your Brother be with yoa." ring column rises out of the centre plantto land is bounded on the north by the recent

'weUf said the young man to the father ins My tad also suggests the reason why so the height of sixty feet, but it Is often purchase of 8. F. Glbbs from Jno. SEND FOR r .LPftTAlQfl1f!!: DINCHAMTON ;N. Y. 1
,
> tone of assumed good cheer. "'F-e.-r-e- many people do not get any real comfort V.BsrJ and i* about half a mile north of ,) ;
w-e-WP said the old man; for that word has You meet la; nine of them are In relegated to the rubbish heap u worthless the celebrated of Smith .: { ,
place Bra 15i 1-
the need of kind condolence. There for the reason that a of -' .
more quavers In It when pronouuosd by some la aa thing .
aged than by the young. t something in their health, or in their state, beaut/ It has no further c rfo the lOne of the finest bodies of land in the -. -- f,:" { ;, -'
Well,the bread party-the bread embassy or in their domestic condition that demands county, excellently adapted for the culture ,:-' < 4
Yet thousands of the j. :
: :
drives up In front of the corn-crib of sympathy. And yet the moat of the world's eye. many shaving t of oranges, t.lemon, vegetables or WE ARE IN ',
THE .
Egypt These corncribs are filled with sympathy amounts to absolutely nothing. people of the old world utilize this shaftof I pinespples. This place will not stand oa LEAD ; ,:,Ji.tf' ( : .
wheat, and barley, and corn la the husk People go to the wrong crib, or the plant. They make use of it u a books a' 1i. -'
for those who hare traveled in Canaan sodEgypt they go In the wrong way. When the razor strop. W. Chambers, Auditor lour minI days Speak quick. FOR FINE QUALITY AND STYLE OF SPffMO :VEH/CLE& :'; :" ;\\
Either lot
know that there is corn there corresponding plague was in Rome a great manythemselves years separate, $97.00 per acre, or _
trthIiIndian[ malse. Huua f ago, there were eighty men who chanted of the East Coast railway line, baa had $23 for the whole trscf.No. THE HOST FOR THE MONET 13 OUR MO!TO. ,
thee The lord of to death with the litanies of one in use for many years, and it shows 13. House and lot in Tltusvllle "
corn-crib who is also the prime mlnItel' *. Gregory the Great-literally chanted themselves not the sUgheat defect from wear and at the corner of Palm and Julie ..treGh.adJolnlne BEST "
: comes down to these arrived travelers to death, and yet it did not stop the ONE fF.,
tear. The is made
anal; says: "Dine with me to-day tiowiiTour plague. And all the nvulo of this world strop by taking the ( residence of Wm. M. Drown T1J
father Is this Benjamin, the younger cannot halt the plague of the human shaft of the agavo and cutting it into f'' Comprises a lot 70 by 03 and the house it MATER/AL OUR OATA-

brother whose presence 1 demanded The heart I come. to some one whom ailments lengths of twelve inches; these are split i 1 of new style, nidely finished and good u p

travelers are introduced into the palace. are chronic. and" I sayt "In heaven you "wne..r into four, or as many "quarters" u possible I| Dew; Cost $1,800 to build. Known. AND _. l lOQUESFULLYIL : t
.
and badnitsd the be tick. That does not give
They are worn way; you
and aervanta come in with a basin much comfort What you want Is a soothing allowing to each piece a sufficiency the Iluckabay residence. Bottom price WORKMANSHIP .
of water in one band and a towel power for your. t distress Loot of the pulp or heart of the stalk to present 1200. i -. .
in the other, and kneel down before children, bare you? 1 come to you and tell a surface of not less than one loch I >'o. 14. Ilousa and lot, corner of Pine "

these newly-arrived travelers, washing off meet thatthe..in tea years perhapa you will on which to strop a razor. Th. heart and DeSoto streets, just north of the LU8TQATES ,:'
the dust of the way.The batchers, andpoulterers loved ones before the throne
and caterers of the prime min of God. 'Bat there is but little condolencein hardens in time and presents a fine, soft I home of George W. Martin. Very large WINS. OUR LINE '
later prepare the repast. The guests areseated that. One day is a year without and naturally lubricated surface for stropping lot; small, but well built bouse, only ,>

in smaU groups, two or three at a them, and ten years is a small eternity. a razor.-Kt u York T.l"grG", finl.be a few weeks ago. Cost over 8ILL-AHD LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATT 1i'fIOI.' ''
table the food on a tray; all the luxuries What you want u a sympathy now-prevent $300. Plastered throughout, and has 'i'" ,;< ,
from imperial garden,and orchards and help. 1 come to thoeeof you who getrthen. fireplace and chimney price $400. A SAMPLE JOB WILL CONVINCE YOU : .
Immoral THAT
acquariums and aviaries are brought dear friends, and to A No. OUR., ... '
there and are filling chalice and platter.. Do not keep the departed always your 19. House and lot, fronting on WORE; IS THE Wong TO BUY. +
Now is the time for this prime mla ter. if mind. How can you forget them when A pfgeon-fiying experiment at Tours Broad street in Titusville, lust east of :
be has a grudge against Benjamin, to show every figure In the carpet, and every book, has ended in a most remarkable man the home of W. R. Knox. Fronts 00 ;
it Will he km him,now that be has him in and every picture, and every room calls the shocking fact that feet on xsilroad. Two houses oa the lot BRIDGEWATER CARRIAGE CO
his hands? Oh, nol This lord of the corncrib out their name? Suppose come to lOU useful birds ; :
rented
addition
in to property now to good
table and he looks and br ot condolence. "God iswia being tenant, at :
is seated at his own aay way th'l aO..A.N"oam.:::::: 'p'.8
over to the table of his guess; and he sends *.* '"Ob I" yon say. 'that giras me nohelp. cessivelr greedy are also given to $7 per month. Price, $275- great oara ,

a portion to each of them, but sends a I'' ." Suppoae I come to you and sayt over-indulgenoa in strong drinks. gain. __ _
larger portion to Benjamin, or as "God. from all eternity- has arranged this Hundred and twenty-nine pigeons were f .*.- Bible quaintly puts it: "Ben jaman's trouble." "AhT you sayt "that does me pine, just north of town beautiful
conveyed by train from Tours to La park;
mew wu five times as moos as any no good. Then I sayi "With the swift
of theirs. Be quick and send word back: feet of prayer go direct to toe corncrib Behalle sad there let loose To the place for residence. Size, 230 by 880
I with UM swiftest camel to Canaan to old for a heavenly supply" Yoa go. Yoa astonishment of the various societies Interested feet. Would make 14 good building
Jacob, that "Ben jsmin is weD 1 all Is well says "Lord, help me; Lord, comfort me." In the lots. More than half of this block is
he is faring sumptuously; the Egyptian lord But no help yet. !comfort yet It Is all experiment, only forty splendid oak and magnolia hammock.
did not meaa murder and death-I but be dark. What the matter I hare found. returned home, aDd these were in a Price $(:SO.
. meant deliverance and life when be announced You ought to go to God and say! "u.r-. 0 dazed condition and quite incapable of ,
t to wen that day i 'Ye shall not sec Lord are the woonds of Jesus..o4 and finding their respective No. 17. Two good building tots, opeElte
. with ..the wounded Let l3 L quarters. the TUnsville "WANT A '' -
ray face milers your' brother be WI&O ycu.'aWe bring "' An inquiry resulted ia the public tthool; ad. "AGONWa ?
I tay friends this world is famine- wounds pay for my wounds. His berearemmts discovery property of 0. E. Dakln; excel- #
struck of tin. It doss DOC yW4 a single for my bereavement His Innnlineae that at a roadside station a large conignment od. Size 50 I dada burgles
crop of solid aatiafactiaa. It Is dying. It for my looellnnai i Hie heart-break for my of black currants had been put Price f 123 each. by 103 feet. wuons. aurreyj. Higb mo4, as light,
III bunge.bitten. The fact that It does heart-break.God I for the aake of the Lord in the same van as the birds. The I strong, durable, ityfcb, u beautifully finished as modernize
not, feed a man's heart was well Jeeos Cbrbt-the God. the Xu, the Benjamin No. 18, E i of aw } aid lots 1 and I manufacture can product Built honor
cannot the Brother deliver inebriating qualities of the currant Juice of sec 17 UI on by imen of H/a
the life of the English com my agomuwdeooL i r 89 e. containing Il4 i
edian. All the world honored him-Jid O Jesus of the weary foot, _'ray proved too much for the little travelers, I acres KM half mile of river front I experience, Honesty U our policy prompt .hipnnent our

everything for him that the world could fatigue. O Jesus of the acniog bead heal'' sod they were quickly in such a condition t west side of river, at head of Narrow, oo Specialty, Wa want to know you. Write t& Cost
do. Be was applauded in England and my aching bead. U Jeans of the Bethany.datart I youIi
applauded in the States lie roused roil etooa from tile door that only small proportion were Just below BarberBJuO.. Good fringe totting. Mar lead fo buslaeu ty and by. Send for our

United Be had no of our "swath.is the kind of prayer sober enough to find their way "back to of hammock front. Part marsh but ; I catalogue. K I Is free to very reader of this Bin..

Ana lAndf ;yet although many people I that brings help; and yet how many ot lOG 1o\u*_Londm Tiaut.Cooxklar .. about 100 sues *good Und **"** '"**. bamtal Wagon Co.. Binhamton, N. Y. paper.
supposed him entirely nappy, and thatcompletely are getting: no help at all for tha reason that Price, woo -7
this world was aatiatinff his there Is la your soul perhaps a eaorrt No. I r
39. The north
down and writes ... trouble. You may never bar mentionedit MC Sneeilajr.Dr. 48 acre of lot 1, "BUILT FOR BUSINESS"" ,
la myilife put oa a new hat that U'I not to a stogie hams ear. or JOG may have Browa-Sequard ia of hU and of the na J of aw 1 of see A r
aa lea
raJa and ruin it. I never went out in a mentioned it to some one who Is now .-. 87 e. Price. $20 per aeW.ThiVuidi is
shabby coat beeauae: it was raining and away, and that great: sorrow la stiU te tores veils with great emphasis oa tba i two miles of Eau Gill.. stet north of

thought all who bad the choice would keen II your aoul. After Washington Irving was importance of general knowledge the jl II llorse Creek, and opposite Tr pl lei about
to doors, that the ran did not buna forth dead they found littie box that msUalaed a matter of checking coughing and of mil -
sneez a north
quarter of
to its strength and bring oat with U all the braid of hair and a miniature and sic new Goahea ; _
lie
states that
battarflias of fathioa wham I knew and I of Matilda Hoffman and a Btauanraadnmof ing! coughing can be I 04ke. High Muff front; deep water J-_
who knew me. I never _tad to accept her death, and the remark something kke stopped by pressing oa the serve of the I close to ,snore. Land in ema vlclnllv % t
a part I hated, out ot kindness to another Ibis: "The world after that was a Ua** lips ia the neighborhood the ooae.aod hw sold within the put year a& $73 ,. -
that I did not get blued by the to ma. I went into the oaaatry, tot found sneezing may be stopped the same 1Cf1. per I i .
and ut the eooU ta aoiitu/ia. I tried to tot aocfety way. t I
public by writer. not no peace go No.
take.drive for a few rolnatee with Terry : bat f found no peace la eon sesy. There Pressing Ia tha neighborhood of the ear, tO. Lot 4 of NO It, t 87, r 41 "
without being overturned and baring my has been a horror hanging over sae W Bfekl or right ia front of the ear, may stop 77 acres; excellent pineapple fad. :Tiig TJBSORJBIEteFOR '
aibow-bone broken trough my fries got and by day. and I am afraid to be atooa.' cooat DZ. It is so also of bJceooghing I I Quarter mite front ou 8fc Lrtae river adjoining
off aharmad. I could tot task How nattered troableet No fctsmaa .
covenant many but much leas to than for plaat.tlon of Buart Quliar.
with Arnold, which 1 thought wa towake car baa ever Beard the sosrvw. Oh, sneezing or The boa .f ud for ale LaS .
my fortana without ""n 'rir his ia- troubled sal I want to tell JOG Net there coaghiag. Pressing very bard oa the oa Be
t toad. than in aa incredible apace of ttmI .- teooe salve taaS eaa car the woaadeaf roof of tha mouth is also a means of ar. river at reasooabU figure
think thtrteaa sBoatha-I earned for him .... heart aDd that la She salve -.4e.... resting cough the will limit fa Terms
twenty thomand panada, and for sarselfMlanponuadedtkaiif at the tears ot a sympathetic Jeers Lad often. found to be sand wonderful baUMs isi CM, two or three years, THIS PAPER!
I wen a a*. up.MftUKM yet euow of yens will aot take Sate soiaee| pre knllateroe*. Conapo wills BC'KoMnw

,,vary na to mj adgkbabnd and you try : JgnJ" sod JOlt VJ morphine, ,ventive. OKAXAM. Ttawville, jria, \




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.. THE EAST COAST'ADVOCATE, FRIDAY SEPT. 18, 1891.


er. Grover Cleaveland was righton It. for they would be pretty sure to spoil tion, we would not be surprised if the JAMES PBITCHARD, President; W. B. BARNETT, Vice-President-" ;
J-- THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, 4- W. M. BRowN Cashier.
+ the silver question when he what Is good enough; Already. article of Capt. Fenny should call forth ,
Perhaps the moot amusing part of your vigorous contradiction from those who
Jt WKKKtr JOURNAL D yE OTZD TO TH. DITEtOrVEJtT : : came out fair and ,square Against editorial Is where you suggest that the have had extensive' experience In the INDIAN RIVER STATE
or THE IXDIAH RIVER AXD free silver. He favors the coinage Canaveral Club will help to get an ap matter, which does not warrant the position BANK

LAS WORTH ECT1OM. of as much silver as the countrycan propriation.. Why, bless,your little Innocent he has taken. At all events out I
heart, the Canaveral Club would of the discussion no harm can come; and
stand without debasing its value the of Banana (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
use all their influence the other way. It may result in navigability
Office: Washington Avenue, Titutfvllle, dr placing gold at a premium. Catch in! build up'or Improving creek being rated In future for whatIt Authorized capital, $t I
Indian River Florida He believes in using as much of the country I No{;they want to keepIt Is worth. The most practicable test ('' 00,000. '
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the product of American mines as as wild M they can, and they ,will do of this matter will be made this winter .1' Paid up capital, $25,000 I
their level best have that when the Titusville and Canaveral. -
we can without material injury to to it way. = Average deposits, $140,000
I have written this much to try and Steamboat Company Is In operation. If
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. the other interests of the: country.If correct the bad Impression" your article the boats of that line Can make the run ,

Uncle Sam is going to buy all will make. I had always taken you fora regularly, the question will be settled Transacts a General
I the silver that is offered in hundred level-bonded man; and .1 charitably beyond d pute.Ch9m'her1a1n.S. Banking g

Bdttor,.................0. WALTER B. GRAHAM.AasocUMEdltor ounce.lots, and pay $1.29 for hope that you wrote when you was,- Business'
Well never mind. Yours truly rinds Skin
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4 Manager.C. :If.WALIOR. a dollars worth, why not place the N. N. PJSKNT. Ointment.

farmer on the same footing as the Largest and Oldest Bank
A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes, on the Rir
usecond. Silver King, and provide for the The writer of the above -article is an Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head Old -
Altered tot the Class! Tltunvlllo Mall Matter.Ptxtofflce purchase of all the wheat, that may old navigator, having sailed through the Chronic Sores Fever Sores, Eczema, DIRECTORS:

be offered in hundred bushel lots, waterway in question hundreds of times. J AI.PatTCRAIID,W.B.BAiwMTfl're.i.i..,,
Itch Prairie Sore
He Is entitled to the position he claimsas Scratches -Nipples of the National Bank of.Tack onvillej
and pay $1.29'for a dollars worth? an expert. It Is a well-known fact, and Files. It Is cooling and soothing. Jacksonville National Rant J H,

TERMS, JnT"rl bly In Advance, Why not give the farmers a chanceas however, that even experts differ in their Hundreds of cases have been cured by Baowlf. ), W. B. GBARAM and W #

By Check, Foetal Order, or One and Two Cent well as the silver men if the opinions. As for ourselves we claim to it after all other treatment had failed.It COBRKSPONDXNT8.
is to all the silver know very little on the subject from Seaboard National Dank of New
1'oottge itamps. government buy actual experience. We have studied the Is put up In 83 and 60 cent boxes. =e National Bank of.JaclulonvUle york ant
.......llMfH that not be offered? Why M
011. Year! may coast survey charts, and there are lots of TITUSVILLE FL 1e
..100m Petition for License.
: e Month*.*,. ....._.. MMigle ; not go a step further and agree to places in Banana creek where soundings ,
Copy,..r..........n.u..o..o DaBant take all the wheat, cotton, corn, given at mean low water are only two ,
=
to any Address In U. 8.or Canada,Prepaid and other farm products as ,., ll'WZ' feet We made the trip recently In the To the Honorable Board of County Commissioners -
small launch known as the Earet. which for Brevard Florida
county, .
draws two and a half feet of fwat f,and T. MURPHY
We do not hold onrnelves renponilble the GENTLEMEN: I, J. F. Lewis, do hereby
opinions of our correspondent bnt we claim understand that Messrs. can testify that we had no difficulty In to hon-I
tea right to reject any communication. Norwood & Archibald have been navigating the creek, and landed at the orable most respectfully under apply 8410 your Lawsof ,
body, Chapter
small dock at the Chester Shoals Houseof
fbmmnnicatlon.forpnhileationmuetbewrlt- engaged by the County Commissioners Florida, for a license to sell Intoxicating -
,andboulil Refuge without any ,trouble. But
ten plainly on one me of the paper only
In every cane be accompanied by thewriter' -the former to compile the several people who claim, also'to be experts Florida\ wines and beer, In Titus Jacksonville MachineAnd
name and address, not necessarily for the of Banana ville, the same being situate in
publication bm u guarantee of good faith. matter and the latter to solicit advertisements on navigability Election District number two (2) In said
for the creek, told ns we had been blessed with '
new county Unusual luck; that we would not be able county of Brevard.Respectfully
pamphlet. We also understand to make the trip, with the same steamer, ,
_- Merchant and all other to whom we are that the work is to be done by the once In ten times. We were also told by J. F. LEWIS. Iron Work

feadebted will oblige n.by presenting-their bill Times- Union, at Jacksonville. If the aforesaid experts that at certain State of Florida, )JD0 oa<
Ik*lit of every month for prompt settlement. these correct it times and seasons there were places In Brevard County.
reports are seems
the creek where we would not be able to We, the undersigned, being a majorityof
ff"' Bills collected monthly not otherwise that the proceedings of the Boardcan find one foot of water. Our experience, the registered voters of Election District PUMPS ENGINES AND MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
freed upon' be better ascertained on the on the Sunday In question,; had been number two ((2)), county and State ,

Check,etc.,may be made payable to "Oraham streets than from the official copy such that we felt enthusiastic In regardto aforesaid, do hereby concur In the fore-
Walton.." of the proceedings. As far as the the feosablllty of navigating this route going application, and ask that the license Made and Repaired.
but after listening to the opinions of be granted as prayed for.
record of the proceedings show the those who had traversed It for SIGHED. '
years, we CENTRIFUGAL
Address all communication to. county'pamphlet was not even were compelled to adopt their views, especially Names. Two witnesses: PUMPS PIPING &: SUCTION

EAST COAST ADVOCATE, mentioned at the last meeting of coming as they did, from people HFAtklnson. owellTltulP AMcMlllan. ,
who have heavy interests at Canaveral, CAOardner. HenryTTltus, JFLewls.HenryTTltus. For
the Board. It is a fact not generally : Phosphn'to Drcdgl.n.g.:
TlTOIYJLLB, FLORIDA. and who would be likely to"elalm all that CAGardner, JFLewls.
._..0.Box.... I known that neither the County could be claimed for Banana creek in the HBoyd. BRWilson, JFLewis.

Commissioners nor the Town way of navigable qualities. It was while BRWilson. HBoyd, JFLewls. OFFICE & WORKS:

Council, nor any other like body, laboring under the belief Inspired by JackMooney. JohnWaller, MWLlchty.
PBKSIDKNT: ROGERS, of the Farm can transact business Messrs. Hanson and Harrison. and from MWLlchty. JTSanders, JohnWaller. f 134 & f 136 East Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
properly
.I'S Alliance, of Florida, has told any the knowledge gained by Inspection of JohnNWaller. MWLlchty, H.Boyd. ,
except while sitting as a Board. ;, CWChrietian. 'JJMcAlllster HWLewis.JJMoAlllster. BJun-emo
Journal that he the Coast Survey charts, that we penned ,
a Tampa reporter That is, no act done by the individual the article which appears so ridiculous CWChristlan UWLewis.WIIMyora. .

'will not be a candidate for re-elec members, though it may and absurd to our esteemed friend, Captain JDCameron, HenryTTitns. E. O. BLAIR. D. B. .THRASHER.I .
tion. We are forcibly reminded have their unanimous sanction is Penny. If we could haVe had a few JDCrabb. HenryTTltus JDCameron.
ff; the fable ef the fox and the words with him, we might have been TWSmlth. WHMyers, llenryTTitus.
Blair
.our valid. All business must be transacted saved the mortification of making such JRWatson. TWSmlth, WHMyers. & Thrasher

grapes. by the Board as a Board. abed break and one which, it appears RABobbitt GeoBHall. WHMvers.TBSmiley. ,
to him. Is likely M have a bad effect up- WmAndenon, JWJ ne..
on the development of the Banana river JWJones. TBSmiley, WmAnderson.
Tax saloon men have very little The Navigability of Banana country, a section In which'we are personally Elmer Schultz. OFLaney, FJHalLFJHall. PRODtTCE: :BROKERS

trouble in getting the necessary Creek. Interested. We did not claim OFLaney ESchultz.
number of names 'for their petitions that the creek was not navigable at certain RobtMorrow. SilosSmlth, JohnCWillsy.
this Sentiment has seasons, but only that steamers MBBunnell. HWLewis, SJNorton. Commission & Distributing Merchants
year. CANAVERAL, FLA., Sept.10, 18t)!. could not run on the route with any degree SJNorton. HWLewis, JWRogers. ,
undergone a radical change in of We well JWRogers. SJNorton, HWLewis.
regularity. are aware
Cast Coast Advocate
Brevard county during the past : that at certain seasons of the year thereIs HoweUTitus. OFLaney, JFLewls. 153 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA.
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few years. It is not so Very long I rend your editorial on Banana creek plenty of water in this waterway which EDeCourcey. JGLewls, ECMiller. ,
with deal Capt. Penny as "one of the SABravo. OeoWMorton, JasTSanders. P. O. Box, 761.
of
ago when a vote of.fire to one was a great interest, and am pronounces
taken in favor of free to confess aroused quite a varietyof most practicable waterways of the East ChasFulton. GeoWMorton, FWNewton.
prohibition. Coast." In fact, more than one old settler WFFutch. RRIchards, JFLewls.
emotions" ; but I think the most prominent has told us seriously that there have FrankRenaker. WFFutch, WHMorton. ORANGES AND PINEAPPLESA

was a sense of the ridiculous. Almost been times when It was possible to makea WHMorton. JDCameron, CCCurtlss.
IT is quite apparent that the Re. every one will put their foot In it straight course from Titusville to the JDCameron. CCCnrtiss, CbasKMorgan.MEEnglish. SPECIALTY.

publican party expect to force the when'they write or talk about what Barnhom grove and sallright across the WWBallard llenryTTitus. Consignments of all.kinds'or Fruits, Vegetables, and Produce Solicited.
silver question to the front in the they know nothing about and I don't north.end of MerrUt's.:Island>> ; but are WWBallard. HenryTTltus, JohnWaller. LIBERAL ADVANCES .
think the editor of the ADVOCATE Is any presume that was during the fabled age JEBowman. HenryTTltus, WWBallard. MADE. PROMPT. RETURNS.
presidential contest and
coming
exception to the rule. of gales. The same force .which cpuld SRAnderson. WIIHarris, WWBallard.WHHarris. References: National Bank of the State of Florida; W. H. Sharpe, STiarpes; T. T.
Live the tariff issue a second place. J should have thought the ADVOCATE send such a deluge of water--''I; coming SRAnderson, WWBallard. Moore, Eden; Wells: Sons, Plant City, eto., 12Jun
The Alliance party will also be led would have been the last paper to have from another direction might make the Brockxltevels.FrankForsterWWBallard.

to believe that free silver and made such statements about the un-nav- creek entirely dry; and we are told by JohnJDaly. JAJWagoner, JohnJDaly. THE
cheap are of greater impor. iffabillty of Banana creek, knowing, M I one who claims to know, that even withan RFPaddtson. TNDecker, WWBallard.WEAndrews. TE.OFICALTE.UNKLINEJacksonville
money do, that the editor is largely Interested ordinary high wind there are times HFAtklnson, J Waller
tance than tarn reform. For our In the various schemes for the. Improve. when the mail carrier, with his little AMWlngate. MEEnglish, CCCurtlssAWBnie. Tampa $ Key West System.

part we are unable to see why the ment of the Banana country. I think it craft which only draws about ten Inches ChuTMorgan, CarlCCurtiss.

farmers should have any concernfa would have been better to have Invest' of water, has difficulty finding. enough WRKnox. JDCameron, JohnWaller. Trains leave Jacksonville,via d.,'1'.R: K. W..1:110.. m.. daily except Sunday: 12:15 dally
regard to the silver question gated a little before making such a to get through. ESUamilton. JohnWaller, JDCameron. 1 AO p. m. daily except 8un.ta,. Arrive 1:30.. m., 12 Mp.m.. : p.m. _
wholesale condemnation of one of the If an appropriation by the government JohnSlmonson.JohnIIoustonAAStewartChasSaunders. Trains leave JacklIOnvUle:via EaIIt Coast Unol. SOO a.m., dallY[ tOO P,'a. Sandal only;
for they are not likely to handle most MRJohnsTheoWasnburnGNolle. lOOp..m'1.dallueept 8l1nday. Arrive 11:60 a.m.,11:40 p.m.
practicable water-ways of the east would lessen the navigability of Banana TI'AlDlteava TftuirUle north bound. inch of the white metal as long as coast Now In this matter I can speak creek, we don't want It. 'Our remarks TheoWoshburn, WSNorwood. Tralni arrive Titnivllle, south bound,1:40 p.m., dally except Sunday.
the present tariff remains in force. as an expert, having navigated this sametinnavigable in that line were made at the suggestionof I PMFisher. TheoWoshburn, MEEnglish
stream for the last fifteen certain prominent citizens of Titus LoulsABrody.1 i CCCurtiis, HyJEgger.: liidinn River
years, at all seasons of the year, makingat viDe, who believed that an appropriationcould GWAnderson. MEEnglish.HenryTTitus. Steamboat Oo.B. .
SZVEBAL large boilers and other least fifty passages per year; sometimes be secured" and who stated, on UenryHDryer.MEEnglishRCScrimgeour

heavy machinery came in on the my boat drawing two feet of waterj what we supposed was good authority, RCScrimgeour.MEEnglishHenrynDryer
and never less than one foot; so that there were only a few hundred yardsof FALosley. CCCurtiss, MEEnglish.
train last Monday night, and those may be allowed to know something about dredging to be done, and that a very JoBSilvertooth. TWSmlth, MEEnglish.
nho witnessed the arrival of the Its navigability. The-average depth of few thousand dollars would accomplish JPTurner. MEEnglish, EBWager.
ponderous castings agreed that the water through the creek, at ordinary low the work. Of course If our information EBWager. MEEnglish JPTurner.
machinery for the "Atlantic Coast water, Is two and one-half feet, excepton was incorrect, and an, appropriationwould GFDunn. MEEngllsh, AWBuIe.
the bar In front of Heath. There, make matters worse we have no GeoAltree. CCCurtlss, MEEnglish.
Tee, Fish and Canning Co.," had sometimes, you would find not more Idea the government will force their aid ELBrady. HyJEgger, LoulsABrady.A .

. rrived. Inquiry at the freight than twenty Inches; but there the mudIs !, upon us. CCCurtlss, MEEnglish.FroncesSSabate. .
ffice however elicted the information so soft that a steamer going throughat Our Impression that the Canaveral CCCurtiss, MEEnglish.JFMltchell. STEAMERS Lea.
from J. E. Gruber that the low water would make a channel for Club would help to secure the appropri- MEEnglish, CCCurtlss.HenryAdams. landings; and at 7:00 p. m.Tltnavnle, Monday.at 8:00 WednesdaYI a. m. DaUr and except Sunday.for Melbourne and 11&1
herself. I do not know of but one practical tlon was not absurd for we have already MEEnglish, CCCurtlss. 8teame" Going North leave Me bourne at 1:00 lI'rtda.l, making oonnecuona for.JUPlttsr.
m.
Consignment was billed to M. F. steamboat man that has ever been received assurances from the officers of CHale. MEEnglish, CCCurtiss.NleUPNellson. Leave Jupiter 1:00 p. m..Taeedap.Thursdays and Saturdays p. ,d&Jly mating connecUona Sunday.for for Tltnevtue.Tltu.vub.

Dwyer, of Rockledge. The machinery through the creek and I know he would that concern that they will do all in .JnoSlmonsonMEEngUsh. agents For ech8dulea.,or General showing Oftloee,time Jacksonviue tt ltatloca ria.not named above, and I'OUteI,rate..eto, apply to local

is, no doubt, a portion of ten you a very different story about itsunnavigability. their power to secure government aid. WalterSGraham.\IEEnglishJEBowman. B.
the large electrical plant which I think he would be This association does not care how much FredGnbler. MEEnglish.TheoWashburn. CABLE GeaualX..er. G. D. ACKKKLT. GeII. I"ua. Art-
will willing(with good light draught boat)to the Banana river country may develop or MBMetzger. MEEngUsh, ATFeaster.MoxLndwIgVonKoppelow. 1 W. I.CBAWTOKD, Bupt.Eat Cout Ilnea St.Auriutlne.
furnish the Hotel Indian RIv- guarantee to make schedule time regularly prosper. They do not care
WTJoue JS1'!
tr with light during the coming wherever the Indian River steamers fifty thousand inhabitants shouldspring J. H.
WILSON
...S02l. could go. With a light draught boat, into existence at Canaveral. The club EWHolmes. MEEngUsh, WTJones. JUST RECEIVED
such. are used ou our western rivers owns about five thousand acres on Banana !p ler: WSNorwood. WTJones.jjxrucKer. .
there would never be any difficulty i creek and in Its vicinity. This they Arcnieijinasay: ueou&uni., ELECTROPLATER ,
A GOOD deal of ridicule has been I making trips regularly. All that 1* control and it is ample for their purr ARRose. ArchieLlndsav, RobtMorrow. ,

thrown upon the tub-treasury waated Is to suit the boat to the water pose No one can ever crowd them. The ArchleLlndsay.GeoCKnhl.LeonardGrim's TITUSYHLE, Fll,
+eheme, and we. must admit that. you Intend to navigate. development of the neighborhood in JSWatson. WTJones.. AT
'W8 do sot believe its provisions You may or may not be aware that which Capt. Penny resides will not Interfere OFDavis. MEEnglish, HenryTTitu Will Electroplate the following articles,
are there U a strong effort being made to get with the domain of the club for the LCOUver. WHMyers, HWLewis. and make them look like new:
practicable It Is no worse, how the mall route from TltuavtUo to Canaveral purpose for which it was purchased. EBFttzgerald.VHMyenOeoBIIAIL F. C. Allen's
ever, if as bad, as tho cry for free, discontinued, and a new route from They were farseeing In their arrangements FIIBoye. A ATFeaster FEBrown. ,$L40;lOt triple, singleplatting $r./0.plating, '1.211. doable

silver, which we are sorry to say Georgian established. Can Titusvllle and while it was cheap,It U all the HermanFIscher. WSNorwood.CCCurtUs. 1'0I"u.per Nt, WIgle plating ,1.25. doable,
baa become afford It? If she can't, I think It wouldbe land they will ever need for a game preserve -AndrewGlbeon. WSNorwood.CCCurtlsg.MGoldsmlth. .uo) triple. is.1o.
.f the a part of the platform better for the ADVOCATE to help buildup and In securing It they took very WSNorwood WRKnox. double."apoooa." 76; triple, j 0.sle plAting,11.110.
democracy more than one and establish better communication little land that could ever be utilized for MayBelL JohnWaller, MEEnglish. Tea a set. single pig ,1.00i GEORGIANA Fit
EUt If the United States is with Canaveral and the rest of the Banana any other purpose. Their property consists -, Ben j Love joy, OFLaney, ThosHSanders.JohnQxHuggtns. double Sliver Watches 1.811;triple, $2.00. ,
Made the dumping ground for all country through this US-navigable mainly of marshes, ponds'and bay WFFntch, OFLaney. $6.06' triple,$5500.Gutd single plating. 12.00 i double,

the silver in the world and China waterway.The ous. It 1s excellently adapted for the JohnAndenson.JnoQxHagginsOFLaney. watches single plate" IUD. dou....-
natural outlet for all this part of purpose they had in view-duck shooting ShechLenton.J Andel'llOD/'noQxUugglDa 'UO; triple'7.110. 200 DOZ.
and India can send their silver to the country Titusville and I know all but for no other. They are at present WUlieGibson. ChasHNanmanHBoyd. holder BUrer, f pitchers ijo to SUM, SUN; surer to 1111.00 rtn ;i Hirer and ctuOai.spoon
Uncle Sam and gst $1.29 for what of our people want it to so continue; building a steamer, In Jacksonville, ELStanley. MGEllis, WDenike. Stflc.to f 1JO.
would only brlnga dollar in the but If our mall route is discontinued,everything specially for navigating Banana JohnxBockemore.CCCartissMEEr4elft.AIICurry Gold ring,chains,TIle to SUM.attended"ordew'"a ;
markets of the world, gold will will go to Georgian It naturally creek and we know for a fact they are MKEngHsh, TaylorxOllbert.JMDDavls !* or expo promptly I JELLY GLASSES
most be so. Just as anxious Capt Penny or anyone MKEngUsto. CDJockson.AmosxAplewhit ,
command a premium. Then the With a light draught boat put on the else to Improve its navigation, and MEEngIIEI, CCCurtUs.MoseMincey. .
fanner will have to pay In many route we oould get at least a tri-weeklv have no desire to Interfere with the de- MEEngUsh, CCCnrtiss.IfenryxBarnwelL Pine & Cypress LumberOF -
instances 1,290 to get rid of a mall. The citizens of Titusville would velopment of the Banana river country. MEEnglUh, CCCurtis.
thousand dollar mortgage for have a cheap and easy way of getting to I They do not want their extensive game JohnThomas, MEEnglish. CCCurtkis.WoshxBarnweU. ALL KINDS 60 DOZ.
; the ocean beach, and where now there preserve to be Invaded by trespassers, MEEngliah, CCCurtis ,
>tost of the loans made during the Is a population of about 100, in less than but as they bought the property they alter. :ROUGH OR DRESSED.
pale few months, or since the five yean there would be 1000. We hold and paid for It and haves perfect LoulaWldeman.SterUnpWa1ter. MASON'S
question of free silver has become have all the advantages of soil and climate title, there Is ample law to protect .their Tho6Stmmone. CDJactaoa. Shingles, Lath Orange, Pineapple .

prominent that the that Lake Worth has, as well as wishes In that respectIf SterUngxWalker.GeoWUHams. .
provide princJpal being within 25: milec of a railroad terminus our article on Banana creek.... an JohnxMIU, JakeStrans. & Vegetable Packages.
and interest shall be paid in absurdity, we can only say that the viewswe HenryxPeadletoo.CCHoastonCCCnrtis* I IMPROVEDJARS
fold coin of the present standard When we get steamers running, U will expressed were founded on the best ChrFFischer. WTJone, JWCarUle. -
of fineness. be time enough to aak for an appropriation information we could obtain on the subject GeoJMercier. CCHonston WSGraham. It will pay parties who contemplate ,
to dredge out the creek The first We could not be expected to de- Jerry Wait WCMeFadden, WTJone building to Call on, or address tu. Mill
of question asked will be, "How many boats vote several yean of or life In nuking oBrnweQ. JQStewart, OFLaney. at DeLeon Springs. PINTS ft QUARTS.
Ir the free silver have you got running If you have one exhaustive experiment la tha ';oatter. IHGorey. Sterling*Walker, WTJone Orden promp y1llIed.Chandler .
are successful In the coming fight your chance will be a thousand time but accepted M reliable the views and SterlingxWalker WTJones ESchultx. & Landers -

it will be the same old the better than If you don't I am satisfied, experience of those who Lava navigatedthe Sterlingi Walker P.O., TIlE
JfitchenCuriey.MoMtBaker TLA.
story- however that if would be better for the creek SPRINGS
for years. > ....jj j 1iPTJones. r
farmer will be the greatest suffer government to have nothing to da with i As there are two side to very..,.ques,., ABCv.rrr.s&erI1npWalbr. / L. Carper, Jgt,,Tronic, Flo.28allpu Send in you orders at once.



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THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE,. FRIDAY, :SEPT. 18; 1891. w 'J. ,, ,,;_ 'f'- '

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TROPICHOUSE, IF. YOU ARE HOT, WE CAN COOL YOU ," ; ;' '





LAke 'VV'or1ih.' toe Cream Freezer Cooler Etc. ::

With a Refrigerator, I., ,


OPEN, ALL THE-TEAK ROUND. At the same time Protect Yon from Mosquitoes ,with Screen' Wire green & galvanized ; Window Door Frames. ?\ t:; ,', t:, t f i ':



Special XOID &U for Summer Guei & F. T. BXJDGKE, Titusville, Fla. .\.f; ': ;; J; (


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28augSm J. G. McDONEL Proprietor., Articles of of the Association Florida Land and and ByLaws A/V ;llllcuoa.Drayman.; FU1ioh. H.: 11. OLMSTEAD,, INDIAN RIVER LUMBER CO. ,a t'} > f


The Pioneer Dealer In ,
Timber Company.' Hauling done at reasonable rates: Attends .:

East Coast Transportation Co.< ing trains.all departing' and meets all arilv, GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Incorporated, Feb. 28, 1891.II. %'

WITXESSlCTH the '
ARTICLES That
steamer Ancient laid THESE have hereby associated them.pelves Orders left with G. B. Rnmph or at HANSON, Manager. '. .
The City ,was Eau Q llie.
together! for the purpose tit tom.lng ADVOCATK office will receive prompt .
up last week because she was so un- a joint itook corporation,under the general In- .
attention.
adapted to the business that the company corporation act a*contained In Chapter M of I keep In Stock a Choice variety ol TITUSVILLE FLA. ,' \\

decided It best not to run ]her MoOlellan'i Digest of the Lam of Florida- .
Chapter 8,72 ot the law of 1887, and b.pterl. PROCERIES, HARDWARE, '
longer. The steamer J.V.. Sweenel 1 of the.laws of Amendatory thereof., Dissolution of Partnership. FRAMED TO OHDEK. I '
CROCKERY TOILET ARTICLES ETC HOUSES :
will be put in order at once, and commence ARTICLE I. '

running November 1st.R. ORQAJIIZATIOX A51> MAXAOEVC5T. rOTICK( concern IS that HEREBY the .artnershipheretdoreex GIVEN to whom It may. And will Doll n'ft-Low as the Lowest. HARRISON BROTHERS' MIXED PAINTS unequalled for beauty and lasting .:: '

P. ADDISON, Gen'L Manager. The name of this corporation thai! be the feting l between J. r. Turner and J.G.Ender. Call and examine my Stock. 18 qualities Color Cants and prlcea on application ,.{. ,,
"Fi ORIIA LAND AND TIMBER COMPANY; under the Arm name of J. };. Ender ('<>., has ,- 1
Its membership shall conttlHt of the incorpor been dissolved l this day, njr mutual conrdnt. Ko Agency for the "Aermot,' the beat Wind Knafns ", ..1.. ).1,
-Buy the ADVOCATE: at Dr. Screven'sdrug ton and all others whom name appear stockholders tic I* hereby !given to all debtors and ere.Uteri ,
store So upon the book nf the company. The of the late Ann of J. E. Ender per copy. management of the company hall be Intrnste bllltles and iMit of the "lIllIrtn have l on assumed GEORGE F DUREN. ARTHUR T. FEASTER.
to a board of three or more directors u shall be bv J.:P. Turner to whom all af-ronnt >' .
A Cure for Paralysitt. determined each year at the annual meeting of due ....ld.l\nn.N to lie i>nl 5
the stockholders. The directors shall chow at Tltusvlll, this:27th day of August, A.D. 1KU1. : wCTREN"c%, EJ.A.ST R z I.. .
Frank Cornelius, of Purcell, Ind. Ter., from among the storkhulilers a president, Tlo ,. ,
.1. P. ''':a. Yellow Pine Lumber ;
"I induced Mr. Pinson whose 'and actuary who shall perform the J.E. }
says: duties usually pertalulng to thor office AU set EIC F.R. THE OLD" RELIABLE. : m :
wife had paralysis In the face, to buy a meetings of stockholder and directors shall beheld I '
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. at the principal place of business of the Iiorcill A DRESSED MARKET "
To their great surprise before the bottle company,, which shall be at Tlttuvtlle lirevar Master's Sale. Orange Box Heads, MEA : :
county, *lorida, subject to change by the atuck. Fruit \.tabl. Crat ..
had all been used she was a great deal< holder A meeting of scorkhnlders for the putpose AND BY VIRTUE OF a final\ decree LnmW delivered at any part of Indian River We have also selected carefully A large stock of :, ,
had been drawn to of shall be held on the UNDER ..
better. Her face one electing director .. and sale Issuing ont of and on through bill of lading. Anyone aide; but the Pain Balm relieved all p-i' first Tuesday of Maruh of each'ear or at a shoi. under the real of the Circuit Court of the ) bnlldlnir on the East and the mouth as..umed data thereafter, to beeppointedbytbedirectors.The 7th Judicial Clrpnlt of Florida In and for Bra write for pAces. The Sawmills\ situated on tile .,
and
soreness, member of the bent of director nhall bolll vard county In Chancery sitting In a certain J..T.* K. W, Ry.,8 miles south of l'alatka.AeDte' And In season A variety of '
Its natural shape. It is also a certain their offices from the time they qualify to the canoe therein ending wherein Hiram JaoubaIn carry
cure for rheumatism, lame back,sprains, succeeding first Tuesday In March and aha coniiilalnant and Ueo. Clements and Hasty nrulnerd! Cocoa,E. BtlllnKI Ean Oallto Omo.lKl,Kugen Fresh Pr-ults: db Vegc't&b1Cs Y
hold over after said dae until their aUOOllOMnahllll Clements hls ICe ar dnfendants, said decree ;
swellings and lameness. CO cent bottle qualify. A .uancy or vacancies upon under data I will on Satsuma rutnuiu Fla. !
being!: August luth 18\11. IllghU, co., XXXX CREAMERY'BUTTER on Ice .
for sale by Dixon A Gray. 44 said board may be filed by the remaining!:dim the first Monday In October the same being the IocWmo specialty.
ton or director. Meetings of the board of dim- Kh day of the month and a legal sale day sell, A full line of best brands of CANNED,, GOODS.
ton be held at legal notice.
time of the
may any upon between the legal hours of sale, In front '
Interesting Letters. and a regular meeting; shall be held upon the Court house door In Tttnsvllle.Ilrevard, ORLAND) NURSERY Order delivered at private residences, and at the steamboat landings and railway (;
first Tuesday In March of each year. The boardof Florida.the following described property t<>- ,
directors shall con>l t of the undersigned Incorporators wit Lot 27 Indian River City, according depot. Meat department open on Sundays from 0 to 8 o'clock. .

WASHINGTON, D. C., Sept. 8th, 1891. until the regular' meeting on the the man thereof now on file In the Clark's omeeof JAS.,. MOTT prop'r
first Tuesday in March lth,2.ARTICLE Brevard county, being la lot 1 of section S3, ,
East Coast :Advocate: III. township 24,south of range 3A east,and described Professional Cards.
I have twin sons In business at Los or STOCK ETC. by meets and Itonmls as follow.I Heirtnnlinr. 'OULAXDO, FLA. I.. J. M. Sanders J,. ,I:
224 feet north and KH feet east of the south.west ,
Angeles, California. One of.them Is at The stock of the shall be for _
capital company corner of the northeast quarter of section "r, WALTER
GBokon ..
noBiuws N.GRABAR
at Chino Bernardino county the lire thousand dollars to be divide M. Dealer In > '< I
present present S3, township 24, south of range M esuti run
Col., employed in a beet sugar factory. Into one hundred share of fifty dollars each. thence north ISO feet; thence enst 2no feet| Orange Trees, & GRAIIAM, .
Certificate of stork shall be signed by the prei thence south 1BO feet; thence west 200 feet to Lemon Trees JOBBINS DRY GOODS NOTIONS
He writes to me a letter concerning the dent and attested by the actuary, with the seal lace of beginning) or so much thereof as Fruit .
business which I deem of sufficient 1 Interest of the comiiany. Said certificates shall be issued shall ha sufficient to satisfy the amount of said Grape Tree, ATTORNETS-AT-LAW ;
to forward to you for publication at then issuance.,and forty per cent paid up I decree and costs. Terms cash. V Catley Guavas CROCKERY, ,

In the ADVOCATE. If there is any good of and said the payment.of Balance said stock to be shall paid be on evidence call of J.P.TURNER, .. Tahiti Limed"", LcConto and Keifor 'tITuaVILLE. Brevard Co., Florida.P. SADDLERY;

reason existing why the vegetable growers directors. Certificates of stock may be tram Sc GRAHAM Special Master.ROBBIES roars,' PeacU and Persimmon Trees, .O.Itox,2110.WIIII.metice. STATIONERY f l
erred endorsement and the anal
by actuary
,
In Florida should not extensively ;
go Solicitors for Complainant. 4flt In all the counties of the Seventh
keep record of the issue and transfer of salt Niagara.Grape Vines. .
Into the cultivation of beets, and make stock which record shall be evidence of memberehlp Circuit and In the Supreme Court. Special facllltles FAMILY MEDICINES
sugar I do not know It. know that In the corporation. for Examining! and Perfecting Lan GARDEN SEEDS.
.
Notice. We Lead In General Line of Titles. Correspondence solicited from Claimants t
a NurseryStook.
much of the soil of Florida will produce ARTICLE III. and Heirs to Spanish Ursula. CliO ICE GROCERIES v,
beets equal td California, or other or ETC.: TsugOmo ,
any FINANCES ls hereby given of the formation of \
Now that the NOTICE. lie Florida Money to Lan |I HAY, CORN, MATES' FERTILIZERS
country. government The directors shall hare powor to mortgage: to known as the ,
pays a bounty upon sugar, every portion the stock franchises and proiierty of the eorporatlonj '- Land and Timber Company with principal Altree's( General Snpply ,Store FINE PATENT FLOUR. .
I but Raid mortgage,with floating Indebtedness place of business at Titusville Brevard county D. :r.. OACLDBM J. T. BIKDBBS, ,
of the South that will make It ought to .
shall not exceed 79 per cent of he cap! Florida. The company will) engage In the purchase Ooooa ]TI1or c.'la. :'
,
go Into the business at once. Wherever tel stock. They may also latent the funds of the Improvement and sale of real estata and I. the place to Bell Wbat Yon DoD"Want and Notary. Attorney for Hoard County :..
sugar will grow, cotton ought to be dis- company In the purchase and Improvement ollanifor personal property,out and manufacture timber, Buy What You to.HARDWARE Commiesionere.GAIJLDEN .
other ,or securities,the cutting and in manufactures from fibrous lane. 'The ar
carded. There is too' much cotton, and and marketing property of timber etc. amount of capital stock will be $5,000. to be dl- Paints Oils, Parmlng Implement A SANDERS J. 'V. R.oKcrs .

not enough sugar. busin actuary ecoompanya lu; of and t UK tided Into 100( shares,of f 00 each to be Issued at *,Banders' Material;Musical Instruments, ,
Very truly yoursEDwABD of office, the] par value-40 per cent. being paid np, and the rURNITURK, and the New PROCESS VAPOR DEALER IN CLOTHING,
shall be posted as near. possible np to and In. balance to be subject to the call of the directors. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
C. WADE. eluding the last day of each month and open at The will commence on the filing STOVE,which: Is death toll others. Gents. Famishing .Goods Shoes Ha.tS. ,
all times to the inspection of the stockholders.. of Its band articles of Incorporation with .
The is of the letter lent !
: ,
[ following part Ha. and publisher statement the Secretary of State on or about the first day Will practice In all the Courts of the State

I to CoL Wade, by one of his sons: law.of the condition.of the company required bj of October 11181-,and continue for the term of of Florida,and the United BtaMs Courts. Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks, Yallses., '

I Cm so, SAN BEUSABDINO Co., ARTICLE: IV. twenty The business years. of the company will be eon ucted P.O.Box 838. 'TTTUBVUXE PLA FINE CIGARS Eto. .

I Aug. 27th,CAL.'l OKNKKAL BOllI...., JTO.'The : bya t Hard of Directors who will elect a prasl- The only house In town
lent and to perform the duties usually making ipe-
e the hours actuary Loan iicialty
to
Though dusky general nature of the business to be transacted pertaining to these offices. Money l( of Gents. Furnishing Goods '
I take time by th*company shall be purchase, Im .
night are moving along The highest amount of liability or Indebted- '
protementand sale of real estate and personalproperty ] Droll In and examine stock and .
have my ,
the which the at timesubject
(about onlytime I now) I to teas to corporation can any '
; the cutting of timber and the manufacture Itself shall not exceed seventy-five OWELL TITUS compare. prices. Cash customers "
write per command r.
.
you once more. of the pain* by machinery In all Its H ,
I am now engaged at the new beet IU- marketable i shapes the manufacture of IIbreplanta wet.of the capltal.took.OaoRO.. M. ROBBIKS. every consideration competitor .' ', "
gar factory checking up the chemist ; and the utilization of the products of WALTER 8. GRAHAM. ATTOBNET AT-LAW, claim to ojp/er. ,V '"
FlorId lands by manufacture or shipment t the '
to that individual make : : business FETCH T SMITH. Call wHen convenient First 'I'
thereof ( see mining of phosphate; and such other door
Will In all the of the
> tt rxTK J. OIL&II. prV. practice courts 7th judicial
of U its capital IDaJln the of its direct.on ,tc .
correct returns as to the percentages Judgment circuit. south of ADVOCATE office. ,
be profitably Invested. It shall commence
sugar contained in the beets), In the Interest business in Its corporate capacity on receipt of Notary In Office.TITU8VILLE -4', ,
of Richard Gird and the farmers.r. a certificate of Incorporation from th*Secretary Town Ordinance.An .
of about 01 State and continue for the term of r J'u.
Gird is the owner 60.0C twenty DIXON &
Ordinance to amend an Ordinance GRAY 4
(amyean.: ) enlUUd
of the finest land the Chino Valley
acres ARTICLE V. "An Ordinance for the Aueiimew ,
[only one hour's ride from Loa Angeles, Dealers In "P ;mf\\
M. D. L. .
AMIHDMMTS.These and Collection of Revenue for the town olTUuivUle DODSON
,
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>n the S. P.), In the midst of which are articles and by-laws may be amended on Florida:" DR. Drags Chemicals Perfumery Toilet :
.
ocated the factory and the town of vote of three-fifths of the stock present at any '.
Nina There are about 3,000 acre legal meeting stockholders,and a majority of IT ORDAINED by the Town Council oi Articles Fine Soaps : '; ,
stationery
planted in beets and it will take threer at the any outstanding stockholders'stockshall meeting.constitute a quorum DE the Town. 1. Dealer of Tltnsrllle in spirituous tBED. vinous or SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SUROI- :: ":. /' 'I J i-;

four months to work up the crop Into WITNESS: our hands and seals this 20th day of malt liquors shall pay a license tax of Two Han. CAL A MECH1NICAL DENTISTRY.TJTUSVtI.U JEWELRY k" !.;!
dred and Fifty Dollars for each place of business Hear what the SPECTACLES: ASEWING r :
sugar. Ingust,A.D. 1891. people say about this stoves '"! :. ;
; The factory started up last Thursday OEOBOB M. ROBBIKS, [Seal..] a license; and therefor dealers paying shall be the authorised same and receiving to sefl Mr.Altreei Dear Blr-We cheerlolJteet1fJto :. "WRlDA.. MAC INES. ., : f "
P. T.SMITH [Seal.] .
(a week ago twenty) and Is now turning IBTEH J.GILES, [Seal.] spirituous,vl nous or malt liquors,or any of snob the admirable qualities of the New Process Guns, Pistols, Sewing/ Machines and .,
fifteen tons of refine liquors,provided that such authority Oasolln Btovw* hay had one over six '
put or pure WALTEM & OKAHAX. [Seal. .
]
Repaired.
Machinery Watches Clocka ,
B. L.
with WILLS
and
is about 800 virtue of such license, shall not coudiot months cannot point to a tingle fault. DR P
The *
ugar a day. capacity any of the State law., or provisions of such .a. 0. WM.A.8orlml1'Our. Jewelry a Specialty .
[tons per day equivalent to about 45 ton STATE or WISOOKSJS, iCoiumr laws; but the provisions for the sale of liquor Tltnsvillo May 6.111II1. PHYSICIAN SURGEON School
or MILWAUKEE. ) On this day came Iin ordinances %?\too1ttA' Supplies. I
of the beets at 15 these shall be the same as those
per
: sugar, figuring before m* the above signed Peter T. Smith and I end a great 01 gasoline In the New *n at
in the State law. .1.lnf A of the of Pennsylvania publisher
given graduate University price
cent, sugar which I think, they will Peter J.Giles,and acknowledged that they excuted Bio.*. All dentists and lawyers practicing Process over the ....1''. ID a perpetual For Newspapers
verage. The beet has the appearance the foregoing Instrument for the pare their professions In the town of Tltuivllla shall State of wonder and cleUiht.. and an experience of twenty BooksTMagazInei, eto. .. '
omewhat, of a white turnip. It often poses herein expressed. Whereupon it Is prayd pay a lIcenee tax of Five Dollars. Any person lire.Sidney Wilbur. ;years In practice offers hi. services to I'reaorlptlona carefully compounded a" ..,
{branches off into various sized roots anirootlets that the same may be recorded. or persons or firm that shall carry on or conductthe TitusviU. Ms, 'th. 18111. the citizens of Titusville and vicinity. any time. day or night a
HPBCET 8. KorMEiiB, [Seal.] business or professions above mentioned In I am delighted with the New 1'rooet.
the tap root sometimes runningown Votary Publin Milwaukee county this ordinance, without first obtaining a license 8&on. It ti mute than I expected.Tltuivillel'la.fay5thi891 Vapor OFFICE .OTKB J. w. Bpoxns 00. I ,
several feet Into the soil. Some State of Wisconsin., therefor shall,upon conviction, be punished bv .. L 8. WIIeJ. ....... ,.' ,
a fine of not leas than the amount of the license ......,rugS : ,
samples have been received running peer required,for each offense.. II RUE P ELY V' '

20 per cent. of sugar. The crop I judge SLATE or FLOEIDA, I BEO. S. All ordinance and parts of ordinance TA J" ,
"rom the analyses so far, will be a genet t ou sTy or BBEVAED.J On this,the 3rd day of In conflict with the provisions of this OF THE PEACE HTH DIST Patent Medicines .
.
September, A.O.IIIII. personally appeared be ordinance are hereby repealed. This ordinance } ;
of the farmer :,
success; though some Notice. Notary Public for the State at Large. .
fore m.the above named George M. Hobblnsml ihall go into effect Immediately upon beloW a ..
will not make much, If they clear ex Walter 8.Graham to me well known and proved by the Mayor. Passed August J7th"l8wi.; Contractor aud Builder of over M years' up* \ 1'' '
uses, owing to the dryness of their! acknowledged that they executed Ute foregoing Attest i J.W. Rooms 8.H.E ev. ;rtonos. Natural Finish Specialty. Elegant Perfumery and Toilet ,IrtlcJes.7; :.

and, or the lack of experience In cultivating instrument,for the (use* and purposes therein Towa Clerk. Chairman. On and after August lot, 1801, there MELBOURNE!:, FLA.Joo .. ,. : .
it is that the Approved August
ipresaed. Whereupon prayed 27th..11I91. "
the beet. same may be raoorded.. ____,_ 3* B.K. wn eoN. Mayor. will be no freight received or signed for Kept constantly on hand at :.'v ', 4: .o.
The Oxnards proprietors of the facto A..A.BTII..T. lMU.J at the Eden Wharf via Indian River *
and worth their millions) will re Clerk of Circuit Coon. S-- ll i
( Notice. I McAllister J. B. : :
Ire a bounty of two cents on every The officers of Ute company hall b*, until the Steamboat Co.'s boats; and as the Eden Screveri's" "
which annual election on the first Tuesday III March I 18 HEREBY OWEN that Grove House Is ,
und of they turn out applies permanently closed j
.
\
sugar Peter T. Giles of Milwaukee WI.. President.Geo. NOTICE will made to the lion. Minor _
n amount to about 15 per ton of beets,, I M. Bobbins,of TitusrUi*,flat., V'-I'rwI.l dbe Iknard- N.fifthdayooiOOctoberfl there will be no guests taken or landedat Contractor for DRUG STORE. .

pay the farmer $3.50\ per ton forts dent.Walter. lor the ssaaleeoponthe the Eden Wharf.
containing 12 per cent. of sugar, 8.Oraham,,of Tttosvill, JTa. Actuary tala red estate 01 Robert B: Elulg and.Allred" Artesian Also the latest i Newspapers l'.rfocU. ''a
a ig.minors,described as follows, &o-wItI Wells ,
125c. per ton extra for every addition- eth ) JieKlM\ft&a'a J>, the IIODtIl line of TOOS Z. RICHARDS, ,, cab. etc f 4
per cent., .5 per cent and upward be- W H. GLEASON & GO If.W.iyt bof the If.W.(01sl section I. tcnntth.Ip .
12, .18 PEOPBIKTOB.vzS35 '
1 cent. tLu : 12.2 eo ran. w
ng considered per the IUreomerof: said IfW W of the NW pwfwhloh Eon Gallle, FIE.1V'8 .
er cent. is. called 13 per cent while 12.4r ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES. point It 21 fMC south and t4 feet wset 01 the II W W. N. HENDRY' :
cent. Is considered 13 per cent. You corner of lot tit of Robblna B Orabaoa'.addItioA ,::: :
to U>* Iowa of TitusviU! thence rnanorU :;) .
that the little onetenthcent.
ill see then t :[:r: : .N"S Dealer :'
alone die antes of Caoavcnl street asl laid out .. In ? .
(per will likely be a bone of contention TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAHINED through said addition a distance of I'JIS fist G '
between me and the company'! AND PERFECTED. mor or lesa,U a point 18 tees wt of &be Elf 'Py' T NEWSPAPER '
have had oornar of lot 14 of Kubblna A Oraaam'a JI44j. $lClRltlrQY3g General Merchandise .
fact already
In we
Chemist ,
'loa SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
nor
Abstracts Furnished and Re Suryels! *or *ss.to :
and I 5eor.eralut85ofmaid
[several tilts in the arena, today Ute : ad4l Oll i thence ; ltltu itEawStCdt't4atn i
proved to them that their measuring Instrument "SUE south iM feet, more or teas to the sooth The Pioneer
several tenths which Obtained. line of tha NW X of Ute MW U of said section yyrNrfs'LDilp Apenoy. DRY GOODS ,
was low II tkena ram east 11IO fist.inure eII'..... to the For terms and sample copies address- '
would, lit' the end, amount to several Defective Homestead and Pre-Emptloi place of becIAaInC.taIaJac about two acres, NOTIONSr
thousand dollars low to the farmers. Entries Corrected and Pefected. _ell'Jeaj. C. n. NAUMAN

\ The bounty should have been put up. Claims Adjusted before the Department (2.) Berlnnla Ora&Wa* at the addith a* aoreer. and of tins south IS oflI"bblae" TTTVSTIU.K, Brevard county Fla. STATIONERY, E

pa beets and other sugar-producing at Washington. _tS less,along the *! of laod
plants, Instead of upon sugar; then the Correspondence: solicited. It above describe to the acwth linacif tile awU !4 ciSj= Choice Groceries ,
said
the.w K 01 medics a re* said
farmers, for whom It wu intended, EAU GALLIC FLA. Una a dCtaao*of w feet? ..-ruaTiaorthMet. .

Would be benefitted.I f. .more or....,to UM ...earner of lot IS vt t' I Ui1fj MIMS, FLA. ,. ,
I have to work early and late now, and FOR bobbins* Orahan's additloa; themes run east dg8 / I. -\
along the sooth ba*of lou IM and.. ad. -'
Sundays, too. No rest for the weary, ditto..dtotuea",f t*th plaesTof be- r1
even on the "day of rest," until the crop KinsOnc:. n*.......l20el panels of land b*. er 0. C. J. HECTOR ; :! { 1

fa worked up. I have been out here Wines & tIIe property r AUncI 1.I. .JIaJC. .' ?
bout two and half weeks most of theme Spirits ( .) tgtaakag atth.weors at tile sold .. 1a Dealer J ',
a Hp/th.wX *Ute ..." of ....uo. .. t.owa.. arms, 1 General ;; <
testing beet out at Mr. Gird'sabout .- 01 range 18 eaM,thane rma south a
ou.ae. three miles from the facto- aloigttAs....uo. Uae I fill&. or ..... &0 0 11 :D :erOJ:1aD.dI.: : ;
the.w earner of the land 01 Robatt B. Kfas I .
Beers sheers an alone the sooth line of Kutwrtr B.Eiai ; S ,lam ) Melbourne, Fla. ,
\ Uaner came out last Sunday and 'f .r,a dUtaaoe o1125 twit to th* M owner ot fti e h' r
pent the day. He Is looking well;; and kit.of KofeMiM A OtahW adaUUo*; theses Imrlh Cj 1
...on a carved Urn, Mumlll to th railroad J
teem*In good spirits. The weather has CIGARS ETC track,.ow UOu loeatad' aad eoutrueud by th 4k.r'.at.a'Pre'dI 11U f
Men very warm and it seems to me that J[,T. *.* K. W IL 11. Co. which track Shall IWtW2a0r t5 fAvw3liIli. ai' Hats Shoes Clothing Dry Goqd J
re don't get the usual few day later'alasion OF THE FINEST QUALITY be a our,. with:radius 01 U.fist S tile -4 sme t.
UN 01 said Behest B.Ziig'i laid; .S !
of cool weather that generally N tile....vl toectaa1&c. 'I1te last m.. aiWaw.'s" 0 Just Arrived. Splendid Good '
'oQmr foot or five days of hot weather. GO TO 01 land IeUiI tile property U Boliart B. i'3IH

:t may be on account of the new .Uke. = _e *' OILS PAINTS, IIARDWARE, LEAD,

foil remain so long in Florida, I Judge Lesley & Renakcr. o.u.IJea.u.n 01 taW_ Smn.J aWI. A N DRUGS GROCERIES CHAIN';":''

rod are having a pleasant time .downhere. &ou a Ou. s'wCwF1 WmAtaA*1R f. 1j; Of all kinds; and In fact a taU Rne ofeverything. y

Euro: M. WJLDZ. Families Supplied. 8a CI1oId IwI'tClUDMr. eMs Call aDd ..mll1"1"rz

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Isration of Independence and meantto 000.. Tbe firm has been in Existence OUR SILVER QUEEN $65
ALLIANCE TALKS. forever be perpetuated by the constitution THE WIDE WORLD. about forty years. The balance theet. $65

of the United State The Alliance just liken, shows the firm's assets to be >. It possible a Iret-olaae Buggy with Sllvar-plated bash Rail, Seat

has a noble work to do and is succeeding anproximitely $143OuO and liabilities Ball, Handle, Hub Band, and Shaft Tip, for above) price?
NEWS OF, THE ORDER FROM in its mt-sion. The mighty, Invincible GENERAL TELEGRAPHIC AND 7000. t : >-

ALL SECTIONS. politician who a few yiar ago CABLE CULLINGS ::> ;:) m cnl""
would not deign to touch an ord'nary COTTON'' PICKERS w :z:0: a { :: ""

farmer with a tea foot pole, now bows ) < )0 () r D

Items of Interest to Alliancemen profoundly to the honest tiller of the Of Brief Items of Interest From Ordered Out on a Gigantic :... .&. U O Z- ro o I'll-1111 C
and sometimes far as ..
soil even goes so : i0x
Everywhere. to give Up his seat in congress to some Various Sources. Strike.A :0 C 0 "11' m a O

sockless old farmer with instructions tbd ._- dispatch of Sunday from Houston, w w :C)6; > ,0ow
he attend to business while said politiciangoes Minneapolis iras rejected St. Paul' Texas, says: The biggest agricultural < L 0
OFFICIAL home to get acquainted with the offer for a union of the two cities strike in the history of the world I.i im : 3 < '

To the" officer. and members of all people be was sent to congress to represent A New and damaging insect. ha* attacked minent. If it take place the matured h a a z; m 0 0a >:
State county, district or primary organisations Read and study for yourself and beet in California for cotton will rot in the field This is XrlZ III
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under the jurisdiction of the Na yon will have few nods of approval fur auger factories. grown brought about by the colored farmer1 < -0..0;: 'rtJ az: O Oa

tional Farmers'Alliance and Industrial the partisan pre*. alliance of the United State This or- : ) ( :
Union, greeting! *. The postofftce at Keyport, N J.. was ganisation has been perfected through' : ;: < 0 !' : > >

In pursuance of the authority In us Farmer'Adoaate(Tarboro, N.C.)says: with robber Sunday night who got colored alliance, and number more than It m .C M m D C xr

Tested by the proceedings of the supreme I "The Alliance baa done more to educate away $1,000. half a million with thousands being I r
council at lu last session at Ocala, Fla., the people than any other organization in A cablegram from Paris M. added every dav throughout the southern Write for our New BO page Catalogue of all kInds of Vehicles.

to designate the place for holding the this country. Men who took but little Francois Jules P. Grevy. ex presfdent of states. Colonel U. M. Humprey, general AddreeeSOUTHERN

next annual supreme council, we, your interest in the affairs of the country in ., the French republic died Wednesday. superintendent of the colored alliance BUGGY CO.
national executive board, befog limited the in A of admitted the existence of this '
interest
J pnst are manifesting great cablegram Wednesday says: organization
by the terms Of said authority to the them now. Then again, to show its There is an unconfirmed rumor in Constantinople saying it had been inducedby CINCINNATI OHIO U. S. A.flprifi.SH.4H .

states of Indiana and Illinois, do hereby power as an educator, you will find more that Osman Pasha ha met the organization some time ago of

make the following announcement: men who were entirely; ignorant on important with a violent death. planter and merchant in certain sections .

Whereas we have carefully consideredthe questions who now comprehend A Washington dispatch of Wednesday notably Memphis and Charleston,

facilities and hospitalities offered by them. Tno masses are reading, ,writing ,ay: Judge Cooley, chairman the interstate to reduce the price for picking to a very }
, the Officials and citizens of many cities in and studying, and surely there will bo a commerce commission, ha ten low standard, and that the cotton $

those states; hOW tho therefore, we do wise solution on momentous question, dered his resignation, because of ill pickers bad combined to protect them. ro
hereby announce following as our that are presented 'This Alliance moves health. selves from this dictation, and he thought I

official ment is nothing short of a grant revolu they would be able to do so. eta et t
NOTICE.-The next annual session of tion. It is composed of some of the bi-tt- A telegram of Wednesday from Lincoln s '
the Supreme Council of the NationalFarmen' wisest intl n fht in this Neb., state that John Fitzgerald, CIRCULARS BERT OUT. iittt ttitl ibtg fti
Alliance and Industrial Union people president of the Irish National League It is learned that a secret circu'ar has l fie111ttPIE1111tB6tt
and
thorn who the ,
country are
Hill convene in the city of Indianapolis.Ind. movement, might .s well come opposing forward is very ill, and that no hopes of his recover been malls I at Houston to every sub-alli ,

., at 10 o'clock, a. m., on the third and recognize its Importance and fall Into / are entertained. ance throughout the cotton belt, fixing
'Tuesday in November next, the same lino. It is going to sweep this country The London Timet, in its financial article the date when the strike of cotton pickers il1lflfltlk?

being the 17th day of said month. Hall like a cyclone. The poop e who Contribute Tuesday morning, says that a syndicate will be simultaneously inaugurated,' e '
and committee rooms have been tendered liberally of their to this government of European capitalist has offered and how it shall( be conducted. The
support
free. A very low hotel rate has been are restless and determined to advance the Chilean junta &:500,000 headquarters of the Colored National LARGEST
pon :
contracted for, and special railway rates a change in its policy, and though we are with which to meet pressing requirements. Alliance the United State is locatedin UNSURPASSED i -iciNG
*,
Houston Col- II. M. ,
will be announced the national Humphrey, -
by secretary not a prophet, we feel safe in saying that A woman residing in London Ont., general :4 FOR) + f .
at as early a date as possible. The there will bo a radical change.. And the assisted by her husband, has, been en- Alliance superintendent of the Colored Farmers' TONE TOUCH PIANO FACTORIES
hospitalities of Indianapolis were generously and Cotton Pickers' League, ,
day is not far distant. gaged In running Chinamen over' to '
tendered by the honorable major of e has been actively at work in organizing IN THE'at1eNNJJAn9
Detroit. The dress
plan adopted was to C ; a
that city, who has carefully demonstrated Governor Jono, of Alnbnma, has appointed the hathen.lafemale attire and send the colored mentor a general strike all I l '_
Its great; advantages as a central and Hector D. Lnno of Limestone them over. over the south. The following is a copy
accessible with accommodation of the circular which i* being! distributedby .
point, every commissioner of **
county, agriculture, A of
such that we feel assured our action cablegram Wednesday says: thousands all through the cotton states:
vice It F. Kolb whose term has G
ex Counsel in London
oo behalf of the
pro Whereas The and
will meet the unqualified approval of our planters speculatorsabove
pired. Lano was an original alliance visional
government of Chile, have applied mentioned are firm in their demand .
great oiganization. man, one of the organizers in Alabama, to the ( '
high court of for
C. Vf. MACUHE, Chairman.J. assistant lecturer for two terms, and fora order to hold the silver taken justice from San-an that you pick at starvation wages, TERRE HAUTE IfEWPOB.
offered them and
F. TILLMAIC, Secretary while editor of the state lie as by leave your families -
organ. tiago by order of Balmaceda.
ALOXZO W to suffer fearful
UDALL. opposed the alliance consequences, placing
always entenng
8 1891. William Dalton and Riley Deao, suspected to account the low of
Washington p. p., Aug. polities, but favored its standing to the your present price
of the train at Certs their and
robbing cotton; .
original declarations lie occupied a
t Cal., have been identified l"y people Whereas, Above six hundred thousand
HOT DEJ'EA TED. position similar to that of Hall of Mlstouri. -
camping near the scene, at being men picker already have bound themselves
Regarding the which has been Kolb will contest the governor'sright
report
who came to the and asked for
in sacred
camp a together covenant to
pick no
widely circulated that Missouri had defeated to appoint, claiming that the law
, drink of
water before
the rob
shortly cotton for any one, except their own, be.
the office
electoral
the Sub-treasury scheme, Senator making at the eleo
,Pefler has the following to say in a recent tlon in 1802 contlaues him in office until bery. fore about November 1st a less than $1
interview! "The Missouri Alliance that time. The legislature refused to I The immense storsge warehouse of R. per hundred pounds, with bo ird; and '

b done the correct thing. The sub- adopt the clause to the law to that ef ; C. Layton, at NOB. 63 and 04 South Whereas, Your success depends upon

treasury scheme is a proposition for the foct. street New York city, was destroyed by your united action.
fire Tuesday loss of Now, therefore, I. R. II. Humphrey
and will entailing a fully ,
to decide they right.
people go Duleletin" 200000. The of brick by virtun of the nOthority in me vested
The sub treasury advocates had enough The Alliance (Carper,Esns.) building was ,
.foks in the convention to bvve carried says "With the sub-treasury plan in and five stories high and was well stockid do issue this, my solemn proclamation\ ,
the of the with spices and tea*. fixing the 12th day of September, 1801,
the plan, but they disappointed the politicians operation, grip Shylock upon
, by allowing the sub.alliances to producers would be loosened. Instead A dispatch received Saturday at the it being Saturday, aa the day upon which

settle the question. The sub-treasury of being compelled to force his wheat Chilean legation in Paris from Santiago all our people shall cease from and absolutely M.....Wa

scheme was not defeated. It was simply upon the market to save his chatties, the de Chile says that a provisional govern stop picking cotton, except their {Patent applied for] -

, referred to the lu -aUlancea, and had it farmer would be enabled to' borrow ment of Chile has been constituted, and own about, and November shill pick no more before This Is one of the men convenient plearare and famine Thldea for the1a"7er.
been a convention of Democrats or Re- enough upon his wheat to relieve his that it will send a circular letter to the lit, unless their just -Ui, .*man or farmer,on eutb. Owing to the construction of the body
demand far wages shall be sooner acceded it N very H /alt at the aame time 9ftY 4urabl, and in the hud
p YbUcaD.'nh/' a ,majority they would present obligations and hold his wheat powen and to 'all countries appearing to the and others interested. t m it pl........ rp b... ' 1'6 fastened their idea on antll prices advance to inch a point a* to di-posod to recognize the present admiu- by planUrs WRITTEN GUARANTEE GIVIN ON EACH VEHICLE.

toe people and the people would allow him a reasonable compensation for lit,atIon of Chile.A SM lbC4'a tai bsitl.t, tub'aUacW or4ltaoW II on mv'1'I. Writ to Was. A.u W :teL

have peon 'compelled to submit. The his labor." letter wa published in London TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE AND BUDDY CO. Terra Haute Ini:!
,
action of the Missouri convention will papers Saturday from the minister in ,. IT MAY BE SETTLED.
reanlt in delay, but the alliance states At a recent large and enthusiastic charge of Christ church, Jerusalem, say
trill all have acted oa the lub-treaiury union meeting of citizens and Alliance ing tbat, on petition of native tradesmen -
More of the Convict Labor
plan in time for the campaign of 1802, men, representing Halifax county, Virginia the sultan ha stepped the,influx of lc
'
,and I think the Cincinnati form will be Person and Osswell counties, Russian Jews, and that he will not permit Question In Tennessee. r t

practically the one on which the campaign North' Carolina, the following resolutions them to land in Palestine without a A Nashville: dispatch of,Monday say;

will be fought by the people' were unanimously adopted special order. The chairman of the penitentiary com- t

PartI" Resolved, 1. That we demand reform The steamer City of New York arrived mittee of the Tennessee legislature has

jai In the administration of our government, at Queenstown Tuesday, having crossedthe received a proposition from the Tennessee -

TIED BUB-TRKASUBT IS TOTt BEHXDY. and that we will not oo-operato with any Atlantic In five days, twenty-two Coal Iron and Railroad Company, and

The JVM and Firet\d\ sayst When party nor vote for any man for any political hour and fifty minute, equaling the it will probably be submitted at once to
ofllce that doe not adopt the measure eastward She the legislature. At far aa can be
the new wheat first cornea on the market, passage.
the buyers and speculators will endeavorto we approve.Resolved carried the Japan mails which left Yoko- earned, the proposition i* about aa follows fg

do their utmost to crowd down the 2. That we fully approve lioma August 10th, snl New York Sep : The contract providing for the
o
price. There are so many farmers who the Ocala platform. tember 2d. payment by lessee of 100,000 a year to Stroke; .
the is be canceled. The lessee
are under the absolute necessity ot real. The Washington Pott of Monday morn atate to
king on their crops soon after harvest The Wisconsin State Alliance adoptedthe ing say that private advice received are to build a new prison several at the head of Is the machine that
ereas cost hundred THIS
as possible that is always an opportunity Ocala demands and voted to submit there date that General Hawley, of Connecticut tequatchie valley, to
thousand dollars under direction of
for buyers to take advantage the question whether the secret Work of ha been offered the war secretaryship an used in the Office, iilililliiiir-r *

of the situation and bear down the price. the National Farmer Alliance and In. to succeed Secretary proctor, architect to be appointed by the state. Court-room and for
reporting
be MILES
this 110
[ to ,
In
prison are kept prisoner
There Is danger'of overcrowding the dust rial Union should be adopted to the and that he Is now at Caps May, confer. CINCINNATI
in mines. A and
able work the Shortest
,early market, orclig down the price and subordinate bodies, the majority of subs ring with President Harrison about the not shall to be built for convict in Marion stockade lectures and sermons. QuickestI
giving all the advantage of prospective decide. So matter.A ,
reporting by September to
and ties and able. I I and Pullman Palace
Jledsoe Sequatchle ccun While Compartment
Its
Ugh price to the speculators. There is that another State to be speed is greater than
is any
it seen seems dispatch from Oyster Bay L. L, be'worked in Can
bodied convicts to through without
are the change
Sleeping ,
good reason for believing that the heat the column at India- other known method it is
to so
prepared join says: Locomotive No. 113, attached to a Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad ()()mpanl'a aimple baking direct connectionlnCENTRALUNIONST
crop both a* quantity ana quality, inapolis in November.-Ecoixmiit. ,train of three passenger cars, just readyto mine in these counties, but no that any'intelligent person can gala a ,

baa been overestimated, and it will be "' leave this sta'ion for Long Island City when el... The lessee are to pay the peed of loo or more words per minute LOUIS

advisable for the producers to carefully If you Farmers' Alliance people will at 7 o'clock Wednesday morning, exploded state $250,000 for the labor of convict in five or six week, without the And the WEST, and with: Through carlines
consider the question holding for bet- only just fix it so as to knock out the killing Engineer Janus Donaldson lease from aid of Circulars for
instructor
during running twenty-five an and
ter prices than first offered. The in the South
are Democratic party says the Fireman Dickerson and Brakeman
,
'to The stats i I. to for and the
thirty testimonials all
years. pay sent to
is found in the who mention
remedy be sub-treasury it will be all
Republican politician, right; Michael Hahoney.
plan Il is a deplorable fact that out and the Democratic politician that clothing feeding, transporting and this paper.E. withlRbGough NORTHWEST,
says A from Alliance Ohio also
}
dispatch says: guarding convict. The lessee are toM car
affairs have come to this. But it is true, the alliance will be all right U it will DETROITBUFFALO
The most destructive storm ever known the site which the i i Hnes for I
given on present T. PIERCE
FAYETTE OHIO)
and it is the duly of our' Congress or only blow out the Republicans in Iowa ,
here Monday and Points in. Canada
passed over early morning. main prison stands in Nashville. They
relieve
devise to the
some plan people. Grant Wut
and (
Our If Ohio.- Twelve home and barn were truck by will give GOO acres of land where the Sole Agent for U. S. and Canada. and the East

ducted government Is behind even the times.honestly Men con are Alliance Aid Association. I II lightning, aggregating a loss of $50,000. new prison i* to be built, on which Only one change of cars
The being
The electrical display was bewildering in partially disabled convicts can raise I '
DOW so shrewd and have so many loopholes favorably considered in several States, products NEW ORLEANS
is also thai
its It Meridian
intensity. reported a for their own consumption. The ,
that It has become
to through ,
the
: that .
it
go and now seems probabe
pro number of livos: were lost. building of the! new prison is to begin Jackson, Vicksburg, Point u
absolutely that a change be its made national will be
for
necessary being
made. The.sub,treasury plan will give it. aucce ject sfuL. As a cheap fraternal life In. M. T. Able, of IInr odsburir, Ky., madean without much delay, convicts being employed THE TRAVELERS, TEXAS AND THE

Let us continue to work for it uutil we aurance it is much needed in the Order I assignment Saturday Assets nominally in erecting it. Legislator are of xvaaorr.
get it or something else.ovrzcw and would be an additional bond be- 300,000; liabilities unknown. He be opinion that it will pass the general Jacksonville, Florida.The Passenger via this line are afforded aa
tween members i* interested in Birmingham and Florence assembly with some modifications. excellent view of Lookout Mountain and
I Ala. and Wichita Kan. and I. Historic
OTICL re surrounding Scenery.
In of authority conferred The Kentucky election resulted a* follows supposed to have property to meet all his RECOGNIZEDBy Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar -
pursurance debt but forced the wall CHILE
was to by
upon the executive board of the Confederation ; People's party elected 73 members creditor immediate streets, Jacksonville, Flo A new brick & C. RAT, & E. Fsa. Agt, Atlanta
small demanding
of the Democrat 00 hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and
of Industrial Organizations, at i legislature; ; Oa.
Minister Egan at the Request
the cession of January 94, 1801, held in Republican, 13. So the People' both payment. steamboat landings. Especially adaptedto D. J. MULLANEY, Div Pass. Aft,
Washington, D. C.. and after correspon has a majority of 8 member over Washington dispatches of Wednesday Uncle Sam.A transient bu in".. Elegantly furnished Chattanooga. .

deuce with member of the board a* old parties. say that the Itata ia to be returned to Washington dispatch of Tuesdays rooms, single or en suite. Table D. G. EDWARDS, O. P. ft T. A.,

chairmen thereof, I hereby give notice r the Chilean government in accordance ; So fane Chile ia concerned, the a* good u the best. This hotel was built CINCINNATI. 0.
that the next'meetIng of the said Confed- There are eighty six rich men in the U. with the terms of the comproml-e effected department of state is much encouraged furnished and operated aa a $3.00 a day

anon of Industrial Organization, will beheld 8. Senate and two Alllaocemen, Pe ffer at the conference between ex-Mayor iv Minister Egan' cablegram announcing house; rates are now reduced to $8.00 a

at Washington, D. C., February 23, and Kyle. Forty-seven of the senators Grace, of New York, and the congressional the establishing of cordial relation day, while the service i* better then ever. THE
189) are millionaires. Can working people expect representative here on the one between himself and the provisional Breakfast from 0 to 9; lunch from 11:80to

By authority of a resolution passed in favorable legislation in their interest hand and Secretary Tracy and Attorney government Official at the depart 2:50; dinner from S:80 to 7:80. This SAFETY

the said meeting, January 84, 1891, a* from their master-{YtyrvstiM Farvur General Miller on the other ment specially call attention to the fact is the only hotel in Jacksonville' serving NEW LEVER

president T .hereby invite the attendanceof A dispatch of Saturday from Santa Fe, that the provisional government in Chile regular mews at these hour, All other

delegate from every industrial organisation From all over New York State cornea New Mexico, says: Frank Chaves, demo was not organized until the 4th instant are at least one hour later. Use the

ia the country to meet with the the cheering new of a rapid growth. ocratic sheriff of Santa Fe county for the and on the same day it wa recognizedby travelers' omnibus the ticket save M

Confederation Industrial Organizations Tho alliance U standing squarely by the past five years and ex officio tax collector the American minister, who h.d been sent each way.BURTON.

at the meeting hereby called that there Ocala demand despite the effort of has tendered his resignation the board Instructed by cable to do so. This act

may be harmony of action ant combination other organization to aide track them,- of county commissioners. He i* short II i rot a formal official recognition, but it K. BARRS,

of Influence to effect the reform +t.Texas'MiuLssipplind. $33,000 collected by him during several ia all that can bet done by any nation at 10 Proprietor-

which all deem necessary. Basis of representation year past, $30,000 being county fund this juncture, and in the line with precedents -
will be mad public hrrcnftcr. Missouri were and $18,000 territory fund : of diplomatic practice.

Bra TEaaBix, depended oo to cause division in the The Massachuserte prohibition state .

President of Confederation, and cnslr- alliance. The scheme has failed, and convention met at Worcester, on Wednesday DALLAS ALARMED Av
the order aa a unit U on top in all theM -
man Executive Board. and adopted a platform and A Newspaper Change. ....
state-EO MII'.e.. -. .....
nominated the following ticket. Governor Over the Frequent Recurrence --: .;.

.e ot Charles II. Kimball, of Lynn lieutenant The most important newspaper change of Disastrous Fires.
The Alliance Adtoeatt (Oaksdale, NEW YORK PROHIBITIONISTS governor, Augustus R. Smith, of announced ia Philadelphia fur some time The PERFECTION of SIMPLICITY
The fire record ia Texas for ECONOMY POWER.
"Wash.) says t Men tf th* Alliance, don'tlet Lee;secretary of state, Alfred Richtrd- occurred Monday morning in T&s PvliieLtJfftr Dallas and of

the rally of the political press bother Hold a State Convention and ton of Springfield; auditor William O*. office. William V. McKean, for that the month of all of other August Texas was cities greater combined-than NO CIIA.IIVH.- JVO s3ESne.
JOu i. the least The very fact that Nominate Full Ticket. colored qt Boa- than twenty-six maaaging
a car Armstrong, a man. more year .
nine area in
ha
II
the partisan papers la thaSUt including ton; attorney general, Wolcott Hartio, of editor, retired, and wa succeeded by L. twenty thirty daya VARIABLE STROKE only two .ete
Thursday the New York State prohititloo developed that the water i sufficient
our ablest dathea, are firing hot shot at supply of Bearing
Revolving
Amhent treasurer Samuel B. Bhfpligb Clarke Davie in that capacity. Mr. Mc
\ convention in session at Albany ; :
the ia ; when properly managed.. The in- around
Alliance evidence that they recognize of Boston. Kean will continue oa the staff of 24 Bet Hill Cltmbln- and all
ia tits farmers'movement a forml- nominated the following state ticket suraace companies have been hit so Safety mad-
at full and will write
dable foe to th4 printe interests of Governor, J, W. Brace; Lieutenant Governor. A Baltimore dispatch ajs: John Ledger pay occasionally heavy and so often. that they have ad.
politics but will be relieved from the
Moore and Charles J. Moore trading ... ...
a
bosses and of course ia seal to George W. Hallockt Secretary of of the business vanced rate 50 per cent, and sever U 441 :
perpetuate the old method of machine State W. E. Booth j State Treasurer, Robert Moore A Co., wholosale dealer responsibility managing It companies have withdrawn their agencies
the and voicing Mntimsnt
PraaelsE. Crawford Comptroller W. ia cloth oa Baltimore street, near Hanover of journal from the ThissUteof
of down city. affairs has
manipulation politic thy CO.
cry ia mad that
announcement H. MACHINE
B. SMITH
the honest effort of the masses to secure W, Smith; State Engineer aid Surveyor, street, mad an assignment Saturdayfor The will George filled the citizens of Dallas with alarm
himself hereafter be editor
WChild
to themselves the right and I.bertle so U. P. Forbes) Attorney General, B. :B.Orooaor. the benefit of the creditor for Carl a* no tangible solution of the origin of
chteL
dearly bought by the blood Stained Dc. Victor, trustee. The boad,ws for $100- In- : the** numerous and disastrous conflAgration SMITHVILLE,

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Bmren got on fownaUn to lend hint semi of .QTJ11ST ATTD CURIOUS 1 :J I :" Cleaning the Iltreet$ Ot.site.: 'Y'he Weigh Honey.,
BILL ARP'S CHAT. hit warriors, and tb"y melts a raid rod r- \ '

captured the mail and Banke.. too and hang Thettg-picker of Parts do a work for Do you know how many ft bill It
fowhataa ordered. Battke to hare hi* brain A tomato we twenty-terea 'which takes to weigh M ranch. a $90 gold
other cities large sums annually '
beatm out with a club, an 1 Jutt a* the eint pay ;
He Answers A.HowlingRent Up w. rallied to strike the. fl<*s blow' -tehee pound. has becu raised at Bayou Sara, to street cleaning departments. They piece Driving out to White Bear recently -

threw herself In the way and saved his life- La. toil at night and the value of what they one of tho.e walking compendiums

Uorlh. not from love bat from pltt-end she lOOn collect is estimated at $10,000 for each of useful information sprung the above

after married Hom-r Castalwafn, and the old The gimlet-pointed screw ha pro hoars. Of the conditions query and the opinion.. that elicited
--- farmer who tolls the to her lart living twenty-four course
story member
descendant. duced more wealth than most sliver 6( Paris life are exceptional. show a remarkable ranjf On

Who Is Angry Because Atp Favors Well now it to aU wrong to try to spoil the mines. Population is very close; the tall houses of the party whose business .. to handle

old.tim*honored story_ story made sacred are crammed with Inhabitants there ate money la large sums, after profound
Pesionlng the Widows of Confed tradltiontof but forts A fur that ; that the number !
by the our fathers buyer of Lewiston says but houses and thought, suggested
.. .. no gardens-there are the
*- *, vw.v. .w. a.:1., fOr W* be from to Other .
erate Soldiers-New England's till hare preserved the cr.l.'nl1 l history of on an average fire hundred bears art streets The Parisians have a way of would 1,000 line 1,200. ;i iHow
Virginia, written la 16U, and Ca- lain John employing all kinds of lumber'and re guessed down the to 600 but
Run Traffic.Tret killed yearly in Maine. ; let than that number. After all 9A
Smith himself writ** the story of Porabon fuse lato the streets and then the no one f
tts and ca to her ''Klnj Powbstan'edearest rag had themselves on record the
Cheops the largest pyramid, required Bather in their harvest. A see ,is placed ,
pickers
daughter and tell how she lal I her own compendium stated that it was. thirty to
beau upon his and saved Him from death and 100,000 men twenty years to found for everything, and metamorphosis to their condition
not thyself because of evil doers how John Rolfe fell In lore with her and never cease. AU the details are interesting thirty-one, according ,
The pb.iloiopb.lo mind should always be calm man-ran oer, ana sn* was altarwards called build costing 200000000. tt to dirtiness and age. lie could Just. ('
and serene, though la these dog-days: is Lady Rebecca. Captain, John Smith then though some are rather disturbing. well hare baaed hit calculations on $10 woman*"reot tfo+en, "

right hard to be composed when Birio to roteaHttor to Pilncess Queen Ann, of Cincinnati claims to have the tallest Rags, of course go to make leper| ; bills, but the man who was giving them overworked, weak, llerTOU and debilitatedthat's
exhaling his malignant Influences) and the Great Britain begging that tbs marriag policeman in America the ofa broken glass is pounded, and serves us Dr.
person a weigh preferred to make the test witha a woman that
might: be recognltedby her and .
bad spirit are filling the air and hatching approved.Rolfe the for sand :
coating or paper'bones
diaoord among men. Paracelsus care that aim wrote a letter to Bur Thomas man whose height .is 6 toot 6 8-4. of emery and smaller denomination.. Paul Pierce's Favorite Presorfptida: Isi

the air Is not*o full of flies in August u It to Dale In 1615 giving his reasons fur marrying inches. after the process cleaning pioneer-Press. I made for. It gives her health land .e'
with invisible dertla. Bat I know some that sn Indian, which letter I hare before me, u cutting down serve to make nailbrushes

are risible, and the Jewfrh Talmud says they taken from the colonial records I do not The library of the British Mntcura and toothbrushes and fancy buttons; Wife With a Coffin. strength All woman'.rCla1metle, '
did not descend from Eve bat that Adam suppon that there to any event of colonial little wisp of women's hair are carefully -- and all woman's ailments are eared .
had another wife called 1411s, and of her history more carefully preeerred and anthen- has thirty-two miles of shores filled _: met
false
bona but devils., and overran tcatcdthan this heroic act of Pocahontas. unraveled and do duty for J. A. Cowles of Beloit, \Vk, aged by it. It's a legitimate]! medicine ,,

nothing the country was until the flood. they How they and I hop. that our children's faith In 1-_will with books and is visited annually by hair by and by; men's hair, collected ninety twn yean,. has presented hit wife not a beverage | invigorating, restorative ,.

dodged the deluge the Talmud does not tell not be destroyed by this uncertain narrative 960,000 readers. outside the barbers', serves for filters with a coffin made by him.elf at a present tonto and a soothing and, .
os, of them had of of the la t living descendent of somebody through which syrups are 'strained; on her eighty-ninth birthday. The l
butCerte&In't to that the germ of named Tetehee.. Let the rid farmer die In The late Gen B. F. Kelley received bits of are cut and used for have been married strengthening nervine, free from alcohol ,
sponge up seventy years.
malignity wu not altogether destroyed and his faith if b* want to.. -BILL AftP. In Atlanta couple and injurious drugs It. Imparts r. ,
spirit lamps bits of bread, it dirty, aro in his unique
the first Cowles takes
tt baa multiplied amid replenished like bacteria .. Constitution. wound of the war at the battle ; Mr. great pride
toasted and grated and sold to the restaurants that while he tone and 'rigor to the who
and hopes
and h. souls of humankind of Philippi. Ills blood-etatned vest gift says
to an alarming estent.: for spreading on hams or cutlets and ejects both will live yet some time, eystem.'w

The wicked plotteth aialnst the last' THE LABOR WORLD with the rent in it made by the bullet ; sometimes they are carbonized and nature's demand Must before long be For all functional Irregularities, '

And gnasheth upon him with his teeth.I is preserved by a ,Washington officer. made into tooth powder; sardine boxesare complied with and a coffin will be necessary. periodical pains, organic. ,displacements ; t
oofao Ohio has
wu ruminating about this because I had ion. a Working Girl's Un cut up into tin soldiers or Into sockets It is about all they need now. and uterine diseases, it's ..

lost reoeiTed a paper from Hntehlnson, Since 1866 five lepers aro recordedby for candlesticks; a silk hat has a The couple are fairly well off and ia good
Iran: called The Interior which IWlTZKRLAlfD: school teach watchmak remedy.
; Herald ing. the Bureau of Vital Statistics M a whole chapter of adventures in store health.-Chicago TWfon*. And t it'
If
earns to be the malignant republican organ a guaranteed one. .
ot that region and its editor came straight i C 1UU40E"-JI'Anna now have a National having died from that disease in New for it. All this work employs; a regiment doesn't satisfaction In ,
of close on FoR Drspepsla IndlBoHIon, and Stomach give every E
numbering
down from Madam Lilis, I reckon and to Uaiou. rag pickers '
York city. The first occurred in 1873 disorders' Brown Iron Bitten. TheBeet .
use I
; the for it is re-
quit of his pedigree. One of random twenty thousand. money paid
easel
letters my TOLXDO'S Central. Union hu a Legislature Tonlo,it rebuild the system, cleans the '
about pension wu his text: -one Committee. the others one each in tho. years 1875; Blood and strengthens tb.mnsole. A splen- funded. No other 'medicine for 7

Utters of my that mild I' thought good-tempered would find harmonising a tender MASSACHUSETTS: has tenement-house cloth 1879, 1881 and 188!. A Disgusting Accident did tonlo for weak and debilitated persons. women Js sold on these' term. '

spot In the northern heart, for I was asking Ink inspectors. Writ your epitaph on the heart of your That's 'because nothing else. .U'
fr pensions for our confederate widows; but ANJLTIOSAL organisation bW poster Montana Is larger than the Ernpirt Mrs. Portico (at seaside .hotel-"I friend br the sweet ina *no*of your.dally "just as good" Perhaps the'

It vms to bar disturbed his tranquility has been formed. of Turkey. Texas Is larger than the was so shocked to hear that your daugh llf*. .

and he pnsheth upon ns with his teeth and Tacit are 8000 union bras moulder ter's horse ran away with her this morn- FITS mopped free br Jp*. Ktnra's OBIATNRT dealer will offer something that'. I'
gives my letter great big doublecolumnhead They get from f? to (4 a day.A whole Austrian Empire' .by 30,000 ing." > RMTOHKH. No Fit after first trial better." He means that it', better ,
lines and then goes to using language n_ Marrelona care Treat!**and il
upon n+ with malice aforethought. He to CBIXISB hod carrier to working on the square miles, and Now Mexico Is larger Mrs. Veranda-"It was perfectly horrible bottle free. Dr. Kline Ml Arch Ht., Pblla. Pa. for' Aim. ,1

mad because we build monuments end dec Reading Terminal in Philadelphia. than Great Britain I and Ireland to 1 disguttlngt""

orate graves and make speeches and put into FtrrsBURO'a Hod Carriers' Union has "I heard she was not hurtt" Is
gether. Your Appetite.
requisition and''VriTere of oratory and clouds and 1000 members, including 600 colored men. "There wunt't a young man on the ,

the wares C&DM.nd cyclones the rebel of eloqaenoa and Jeff Davis to laud, a the NxW minimum TORE:furniture of workers are cent winning It has just come to light that of th' two drive, and she was picked up by two old r'I ,

oM) rebel and traitor." pay thirty-two per coins issued married and -JVJw' Tort
murdering, thieving hour. by the Confederacy during men a porter
tils liver seems to be Inflamed because some Tat first shoemaker WMJv. If it is not good s. s. s. Gained 44 Pound :
in this the
country was madein -
of the northern republicans are crying out war ones, a penny, was

"forget"Let byegone and forgive.* be 'byegones and he says Abraham Mayflower.Lorering. who cam over In toe Philadelphia, and It is believed no Within the Law you need a< tonic. aids Mr. Jam:J. MsCalley, of

they are in line following after Polk and Is Germany the laboring people are. give samples of it wore got south of Mason Hunger is a sauce Monet If*., 'says .a* hail
Uingaton and Terrell who once led toe lug up eating meat because they can no and Dlxon's Wild-eyed-Man want a lot of digestion dyspepsia' for ljnt'years 'f
line. ,
rebels, and that 'if Justice had been done, longer afford it. poison right off." that gives. your food '
every murdering rebel would hare been ITALIAN workmen hare been engaged noderanelght.enmonths'contraottobuild Storks are so plentiful in Germanythis Drug clerk-"It's against the law to makes which made him si wreck,
"
hung. the sell poisons to people who look as If they a flesh-making and sick and sufferalof dttrtmj
Good gracious 1 what a sight of rope It fortifications of Heligoland. year that tho hunters begin to vote you enjoy
I'll let whole
would bare taken. I'll bet this Herald man wanted to commit suicide but the : Urn*. After try-
would bare got up a comer on jute. THE nine hours a day rule has gone Into them a downright plague. In fact, YOU have a bottle of Dr. Black-Sequet's strengthening. power. what Inla1l'"m.dl..IDoI'm4.'.
Well of all that fort of talk would effect, the Baltimore shipyards, with the of That to be S. i is famous forits ., you
be funny, and coarse fantastic, If Hutchinson waseot carpenters, joiners and calkers. contrary. to the lime-honored notion, Elixir death.Life.Streets and seems Smith'a Good very S. S. sat all the doctors Sa >...'ho.

a right smart town *f 8,000 people, and this A CO-OPIRATITB: home for single women to storks are pronounced to be obnoxious New sure health giving and eat he discarded very&lef aid i ibuilding
paper the leading paper In it. What an editor to be started in Vienna Austria. Each will '
birds i ok SwU ,He
of .
> < fpeolflo.
bar share in the prey. and ?
says nowadays is of but little consequenceif a housekeeping.: up qualities. cures.
Increased
it expressed individual opinion: but asgeneral LABOR unions, with a membership of Alexander Rankin tho Scotchman Economical Pleaming. from.lll'to U4 is
S a rule the editor doe not laid the 116,000 hare Joined in a movement In Eng It is the best of ,all you of pounds, and was, soon e
people-he follows them-and so It looks bad land for a federation of skilled and unskilled who succeeded John Brown as high City 01'u81n-IIJ see the fsrmhousenext
.to see the sign of so much bat and workmen. tonics. sad tealthy"an.! .
venom land servant to the of to this one is closed. Why I is dy..spepsla.und +'
qneon England,
still existing: among our western brethren. "
IK France that
a little more than 100 ? .
But certain it to some of his subscribers bar. It was impossible for anybody to year work ago unless has obtained almost a. marked an in- Rural Relative-"Mrs. Hsyfork, who '"'411$1.'"aura 41'erIfnV4nlyftra'411.
off the red shirt and white
put and sworn off from the put party on a and that one to 1 b*and joined submitted the union to its of rules hto particulartrade flnenco In tho royat"'hon8o' ;cld as lives there hu /gone to the son-side for THE: SWIFT SP8C&&". CO:,Atlanta Ca.' .;

what to the matter.I Brown the She It's than
possessed. He f is tho personal summer says cheaper
CHICAGO tLY'e 1RA 1 aAL iV-Ci.aae.e a Nasal
thought that all these sentimental coopers, stonecutters wire
questions I staying on the farm and fredln' city relations. ., I ala Iaaammad.a Steel'
were settled, and that it was gin'rally workers, willow and rattan workers, shoemakers attendant of tho queen on every jour ."-New York Weekly.CeaSrmed. the Puug.eor.s, It..tere.are Ta.tte au and smell, and Viva CA RA
agreed that we mUbt love and honor our hamesamakers marbl. cutters and I
dead and bnl'd monument and throw flow. marble: polishers are fighting conriot labor. nero i w

an and bar reunions and hurrah for our FOR carrying marbl. block on their The banjo Is a comparatively easy A. fElEp
aide, considering that notblnt but sentiment heads from the quarries Italian woman receive The favorable Impreeslon produced on the J as.tilvee .
was left us. if a big boy whips little boy twentyflve cents per! day and now instrument to learn, us, when tuned, first!! appear.nosoflb.agrerabl.liquid fruit

be ought to be willing- for the little fellow to some of them bar had the impudence to it gives a full harmonious chord to remedy Syrup of Fig a few year ago ba been tat a at once or a e 4 '
cry some and shake his fist and threaten strike for three cent more more than confirmed by the too irroggb w N Jens.
pleaaant : ao8.Xe Wan
experience
many a schoolboy has .vowed to whip tb* start with. The mandolin is more by in ZLY T
BARON BTURU one of th.largest employers of all who hare used It. and the success.
teacher about all when we are he dolojt-whln got to be a man.we ret This grown la of labor in Germany has decided to pay difficult It is tuned in fifths, the of the proprietor and manufacture the California Zr- *.S est r a"_ .1.. ..n R.p le.t;;: *fa ask* RkcMw...?, ('

we'll lick you. Bee If w. don't We It dolt higher wage to all his employ while the some .as the violin, having four Fig Syrup Company.A Thtt'sEafrDyeehaa 4 a'.. i* **aj rr caialetee, suave, .tae: I
anyhow ic you'll walk outoid the dearness of food continues, and to Increase BgeaeV, aa4 gel ,,,.. for r... -
tion. I'll bet the editor of the Heia corpora d "..w the pensions allowed to widow of employe strings, two, ,being in unison withevery man's Idea ot being;good to a woman is to i. WrTAKK MO SlDB TITIJTB.aa.' t }
was ia the war ,or be wouldn't talk *o big and others.AH note. 'give her opportunities tube good to ulin ....... "" ".. tn
about hanging ns. I'll bet he imposed on English contractor charged: with the klaok by a sl..gje swUeatlaa .f tM SSZ
,
YoteJam FOR Impure or thin Blood, YWaknMS, Ma. XI impart a natural eel ,IteM I
works of er IasWlaeo..n.lyands.alataeaeUilnr
school drainage
little hove at and fudged when he Uarmany, and People who
through ,accident ara 1.rla Neur.lgia, Inrtlite-tlon, and UlllounnnM, tglariouetothe.
played marbles 11..11 in a perfect rag who employed several thousand men stated'that takel3rown's Iron Mttfi e-'It-givestrength,' karv" lIoN b att er.ggYey.reenI-by ..
about thai confederate Jack- be paid those who had been : the obliged to use a gloss should es.a
monument at through eye have making old persons ffl 'ounlf-6nd young -.. .. -",se
son, ills*.-wUh he would go down there and army an average of thirty.par cent morethan one for and persons strong. pleasant f take. i rrtt rt..dxrriz,.
talk like be writes. Heap that a northern the ordinary laborer. night one for day use. .

man to not safe. dos n sooth and"i.in den STATISTICS gathered by the. New York The pupil of the natural eye Is smallerby be The tbe flout rolTee In palaee tUa world.of Melbourne{ ar* said to '
gar of assai inatlon or open brutal murder Bureau of Labor show that In the past year than f rl'aE
unless he proclaims his love for the lost cans 87,804 wage-earners Involved In strikes day by night. A glass eye
were J. 0. 8IMPSOX, Marquees. W. V., ...,., TOR
and its treason Toat to the same old 11* and as arentlttbeyhave gained in aggregate that looks all right daring business "Hall's Catarrh Cur* cured me of a ray bad 1 0F
that baa beeu denounced a hundred times by 15,333,237.77: in wageIn the last are hours ; Oaae of catarrh." Druggist sell It,tea r
northern republicans who lire her* but it is years the gain ia wage to those engaged in gives the wearer au uncanny appearance Cold generally
meat ar* found
DO II* far M the editor of the herald II more easy
a*
strikes has been 1111uooOOO. or over el per at night.A of dlgvitlon than warm cue. t .
concerned.' H. wouldn't be. safe. His old week to each person.Mm WHY I

carcssi be got off wonuldn't tbe depot hold platform shucks-our by the boys time can ImracroR: Lewis, of Bazleton; queer suit 'in equity has been W. L. DOUGLAS +
A
stand slander and lies afar off, but a man Peno, has just Issued his annual report. brought against a Philadelphia dentist
The number of fatal accidents waa fifty-two,' My Liver $3 SHOELEWIS'' '
let
mu-t not bring It to them. Bo Mr. Her
aid stay at home and sh,rney on his' own making twenty-four widow and fifty-two: ( lie has on his premises an electrlo "" ..ST .HOI: TIIi t.. 3

aids and we will send some missionaries orphans. Th.number of non-fatal accident plant with which he 1I. .aw, wn a w W NfPl..i, '
there We bar lan-up was 134, being an Increase of six fatal and pulls teeth. The xas/e a :,see *aa*. me a gnat reel of woakle. 10 aaN Ike ....... ofae id
we
as soon as can. no
... ... t ter.u
Kusge fltten ti ns* on him. H. can consider eight nonfatal! accliients. There were mined engine dynamo and machinery make eee.a to she keek, IHtle appetite, a brass --
..... -
during/ the year 9,777,6tK tons of coal the Y tae wish eau a gaoenl bed
Clmself called all the appropilot things that too feeling ad .. '
FalstafT called Prince Hal and Pr.nce Hal largest amount ever mined in the dia much noise for the neighbors, and eve, the I oo Jd ant loaate. stave. keen. takla* 51Se"o..i.E .t4. ... !

called Fubtaff.We're they. have petitioned the court_ to__ _have_. ... ad's SanaBatUla for the past tkra aonlk wltt Itn / ::: .
n ........
got to send millenaries up north or trict.HEWSY the nuisance abated. Caved J M1 b.tW 1M !l&iTi.; w. .u1 =
the devil will get more than his sbar of that GLEANINGS. Bad Taste In the Mouth = "I 1 w._

people. Boston seems to be b s headquarters Dove cottagethe simple little dwellIng r SoawaMsar s.B nkeeltk ta agala ....goal, --. := "
right now. Mr. field to his last Evangelist no .... lti: s 1
say
DVBUV ha MOO.OOO Irish.JAPAJT rye those Ur 4 spells e *M eve sY**| -- = :rls
that a ship hat just sails from Boston at tirasmere wherein Wordsworth _J1, .... '
ha -..... =; :::m"r w. sears sass l;
. with a cargo of sixty: thousand dollars' worthof now *84.000,000 people. --
rum for the negroes in A trio*. H. says RUSSIA to storing up corn for war. lived so long with his ,sweet sister kHood's Sarsaparilla wish.ITs Oft always. glad to ..* pmt whether run ".. .. /&.:' !tr."t-: M

the rum trafflfl between Bootou and Africa MASSACHUSETTS Is the richest Btat. Dorothy and wrote much of hi. best .eaxaM/ red .. ........ Mau..a good to because purchase bat or give not us-delighted lo chow "! rr'a ,
from July, 1889, to Jury 1380, was 1858,090 KBW You has WOO Federal Dray FU are, xarL convlnolugyou how much an lower"opportunity iirfietan tl _.i. J.N W.lkl sheets' '+M
our
and from July. 1890 to slay. 1891. was f I- officeholders. work-and where De Qnlncey lived .. .seers M ad JIOII4"W..p.rma ,n than our tomp.U'loa. TOil do ,0urMlt =L ..
233,889: which to nearly double the year be bras railway commission of Florida has afterward and wrote the 1 iDJastloeir' you buy anything la the way n' !::2i l'LadT ;
fore. He says that one of the most forcible "Opium diamonds, precious stones, watcbea, art...>d-
preachers in Boston asserted recently his A SBBIOUS drough to prevailing In South. Eater"-Is now the property of the or silverware" beror Melng' our stock. J. if es
_'pit that the merchants: in this business i New etevena Bro..41 WbiUbaU St., Atlanta OlSMITH'S
were New Eng'snd' men and were members era MssloaTsa : British nation. It is to be restored GermanSyrup" bend to...&alfWU.. ..
oc unnsaan cZurcaea. ana us assertion baa World's Fair prise* for horses will be and kept in aIM U.
perfect order. WORM
not been contradicted. Mr. field says "'Thls IU.UOO, and for cattle, 130,000. OIL 9 v

tramo to as disgraceful to humanity u b the TBB'official estimate of the damage by the Near the old cemetery West Alexander I* rjaaki4lr Ik. But< QaUkesl.., eel ,.I:

slave trade against which w* an fond of Martinique cyclone 110000000.. Sleet Hellakl Will'. ....,.,.. Sela. .. ..
proter.I rag. It to carried on not by ignorant Tai wheat crop fast harvested In North W. Va., a big tree is growing, Arms. OA., Dee. I. 18T7. -- -

Arabs, but by cultured Bojtoniina. How Dakota exceeds: fifty million bushels which forks at three feet nine Inches A few nlghta dna 1 gave?, eon ODe???of 99 % LYE:
long shall the church go on spending money Worm ale aad the next day b* pissed 18 large
and invaluable lives far ths ChrlsUenislag of TUB Census office report say there ar* from the ground. Apparently it is wdr..... At the aame lUu. I gave one do* to aaU tuaH.
49,100 aces on farm In this a my little/ girt' four old
Africa, and at the same tim abutting its country. year: aid she passed .
) )
J white oak, but on examination it ]. C. Davis Rector of St ettworma, f rom 4 to U Inches Ion!*. : Stronpufand
ys to th.demoalsing of this country by the r AJT expect to bar built eleven heary appears James'Episcopal \V. IT. t>*rLUPI. tmr <(Ly*madav
ram trend" ironclads for it*navy, to cost 143,000,000.TBB that above the fork it branchesinto Church Eufaula, Ala. old C..rywh.r.. OO Oon .,. Vtaxe tb* peal MTf uMi)lard
That to a conundrum that wesit answer.It Argntin. Republic frown Soap la DO aunnfrwihoe4 best.dig. .
the has
has been long sine been demonstratedthat wholesale l immigration of tea expelled upon Russian two specks, one a white oak, and I, "My son been badly svfflicted Il I* tt*bw*igr otttalBf

l*.w Borland eared nothing for the Decro. Hebrew:: the other a white cherry, with the foliage with fearful and threatening:cough S50 REWARD! ;.: water cleansing wade piptav
via Bogiaaa wool stop to*tramo in
for dlaiaactlDjsinks,fcloast waZ
br 1830 there.. in several months and after trying *,
the
United
opium with the Chinee l'tliUwtJIlf... Stats to .... JUYA"
peculiar each. The oak Is f= i PV1I' Ctoldap 15 lag botttaa, palnta, tre*. *U.PCNNA. .
England stop selling rum to the negro u 73,045 almshouse p-upera-4OHl man and several prescriptions from physicians 01... 'I' 01 .,,_
long u there is money in it Fire hundred 83,801 women.A about 66 and the cherry M feet Iilgh. which failed to relieve him he has ": SALT Ufa. OG.0. .;
dollars a year to the church wW bide many a nw disease 10 Leland to described. .. been perfectlr DO N'T 5r;; r t-to.1 ... Assota, hiIa.t I"a.-.
barrel in tbs bold of a vesseL Rr.. Jo being combination of restored bv the use of A .. : ._ .__
Cook denounced Henry Grady and his speech ti*. tonsilltto and sore throat pneumonia. in- A Dos That Chooses Ills Owi Cnareb. two bottles or Bo-- ...1O...t.Tpn- uun- Free fii.A ='

in Boston because b* told the truth about ok II. ELLI.4I :
TIm Provincial debt of Italy amount to A resident St. Thomas lithe possessor An episcopal schee's German Syr :nrn NOBTa UiaJlaxa
the negro and Cook was cheered: to the encore .. == UtuLi"J iJI
.
14,902.000,000 lira equal to e3t lI6Oeoo.ooo. or of I --- VOL (.i... .. ...... .
and he boasted that what be said would for t-"h / a dog which has some remarkable up. can recom- u. 1 0. Y0 !
bs published in over two thousand aorthern llffj obastAoooauo instincts. On Roctor.. mend it without ASSURE for the -W'-. j.-_ uw. IlUULLOMlMI & 1M w w's
to Hebrew Sundays the !
paper and would be believed wherever read, eaflmstea, tbannv RIprS(S.
ADd all of Mr. Grad,'. clap-trap would go bar of Hebrews In Sew York City to BOW b*. peculiarities and sectarian sentiments hesitation. Chronic slid fee W.se ,a.l latlr.t an4 whis 7Uabtte
for naught That to the kind of reception tweet 60,000! and 100000. severe, deep-seated coughs like this "Stringing' the fII.oklaoa." sand M boa I. wiu.frjyf .-
that Eev.. Cook Henry Orady'S Tan of the come out. Unlike the crow, be can are as : o"tto
gav. overture manager Columbian Exhibi: severe tests as a remedy can .* a* !
for And Er. Theodore Cuyler don bar concluded to IT IS OF attttifesK*.ii.. .
pea" Cap place 300,00a000Inssur.noe count. Ho knows when Sunday comes be subjected to. It is for these long .. .
that Her. 'eat and good mat and on the building and ,exhibit, .. Add.. J
: .aI. rag ... .. :
Ue.I WY.usnor :
enjoieel lie is not tho standing that b. c.
cases _
JaIl baa lately his compaaiorshlp im- TBS popalatio ct Alaska I same dog axon other : Boscbee's' German .
maundy. And so I am done with Cook and reported. at !is w.ae. aw..y W'_ .. I" r__ cc.a-.;:
Syrup made s
days. lie indulges in pastimes a specialty ....t11M
Curler, too. I bar no respect for a man OOOmtenyan, des te no encourages i SICK wall .... w.LLa. h..ka M-... POULTRY ....... ut CC1J'11,
who tb*fatal affect of liquor' on the natives.CLBTSXAJW Many others afflicted as this lad I :::r.. rtxc. star. a-...... 1 TENSIOH
.
companions with a man who d > DO company and says, Inactions .. Yr.4 1.DYIt ... aa'WSd M'Yp"eaae
ha passed a law ths was will do well to !
Boancsd Grad,* Bocton sptecn.. and keep 000reducing make note of
on dmovBjBC as for what we didnt do. Ber. price of ga to sixty **oU per & .. i louder than words "Six days E let UD!l---........., ,,, hPr&1

Cuyler wouldn't bare denounced! it, bat I'm lag the city an option on the ga work at shalt thou play and do all thy sport. this.J. 7.1..-(-. ,. ...t::: T
time.Osoaan'a
afraid I saw he In would jour\ 'paper hire a man not long to do since his cursing.a communlcatloa any new county" railroad' tax law The family are Presbyterians, but the I P. Arnold Montevideo! Minn., xnaev. t.lly.; Oar JIaIa at.b..ae, ..r. '- .. V. ...... ................'J1rJn ...,........

signed H. J(. D. that proposes baa been sustained by the Supreme Court. dog is a Methodist. On Sunday ha attends writes: I always use German Syrup ---=-------

to knock an the romance oat of Captain This will add 1300,000 a year to the burdens the to the for a Cold on tbe Lungs. I have
John Smith and P..e aoacaa. H of the railroad of the States family Presbyterian
Mem to found
have been traveling np the Jane river with Tan thew cable which wtibUsh direct tuna* of worship, and then holds onUs never an equal to It-far less
Colonel O xn. aDd CuIotwtI Gorge told him tlegraph4e commnnlcatioa between the Oat. a superior. 9 Bat Cuagh 3fetilcins, ltacammended is h 1W

that an old farmer told bin that his graad- tad Btates and the ...ened.of cSeotaAmarica solitary and unbroken way to Lie 0. Go CREEP Sol Uao'Ir.WO Chlldngeta tetit wit ag
fatter told him that his dbIIlJ.NJGRASS
great rraadmotbef' has tua been own church. lie Las particular place) tt By gHIsM,
told
him
that Pocahoetas wu not her -- ,
.
TBB United Btatw Treasnry DepartmentMtimatM
but it was Tetrboe, aid she was not a daach- that 100,000,000 pound* of np stairs,when he can manage to lade
ugar :
tee Homer of Pownatao Ca ; that she fall In tor with will b*prodocad la the United State. thl* tbe vigilance: of the) albert and obtain SEOS..rrGa.LAe.
talwain
,
a whit man.aDd thla .
bs .
and that o.ooo.ooo..w to
-.de..,-bdIaa lover But*, mad. aDd year tb*bounty. rescued J Ingres, and ba pays dogmatical attention ..: & .! '
Ga>e day while jay p..aa..u yes_. 1t.akui -
.
see was YwY./ .
gathering he n
ale followers wad her aDd carried coca bur away and ; to nach tiksTpeopl* to the word of UM doctrine white -- ......- a.....w.....'was......... ffi1. *
If .waDS yo w.acvrur.r... J
ta hls tribe = )
Woha Smith for.a.lwaIa aid to recover ap atod kto Captain slrL aida bald advents U UkUpapec. at serrloa.-fToronto 'Caudaf&1J. l ......ft. .. ,"'! -r-. ... IIwtJILkllwt I mimi 8msmim '

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8' THE: EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, SEPT, lfc, ''1891 ,

LiJ -- -
I CT orrEI: : 'G !
after disappointments
muscle proved many 'I
Lake Worth.The and fahnl', that the barren xa 6 I :2 m .

sands of our river's banks, which refused 8 = .SEQES: sHOE
,! S
to produce any of those vegetable prod. ;t b =z= W OOOt !
Illinois and. Ruby Dye, have re nets necessary to support the human ra.: ::: tI:2'n: .P- Every Pair Guaranteed.

turned. frame, could produce the luscious pineIn 0 Stock most complete, and prices tnont reasonable for quality of goods. All,.
become a !
Capt. Lymnn has got In & full stock ol sufficient quantities to who further recognized !;' 'tj go ., fDC complete line of HOSIERY, GENTS'' FURNISHING GOODS, *
staple product; r ''fr'3
flue good planted ,acre after acre showing the actual e: ) 01 EC: 1 -- + 0 I-J.A.: TS.ND. J.A.PS.
b. t
Earnest I! 0. 0 c: : +
:Mimes Belle And Maude were growing an acre, r; 8 :
acre by tljH
money per '" Ie oa.rI1 Come' and see the latest style in and CRUSH HATS.
CD DERDY'.S
br Palm Boacli Sunday and not by multiplying the product of a ., .
Mr. J. Sherman IK. expected back this rod of ground by the number of rods In i' : B 'ii I
week from Atlanta, Ga. an acre. ga Uqur go 0 OOOt 20 Per Cent. off Straw Hats
To quote from Sydney Smith ":f rn 0 E ;
memory ; 1 'f
.
Alfred Laubach i II building a sta- S > r To Close them
Mr. said, many years ago, "The real discoverer .,c'f I' ;; Out,
blend, hay loft, combined, on his place. of a thing Is not necessarily the man a'sI' 0c.... S 't'-J- 2 S '

Mr. Dennis Stafford la special carrier who first thinks of It, but he who thinks ": .. -, i W 1 Fg, e.::: .o DRY GOODS HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS ETC ETC
between Hypoluxo and Lemon City of It and speaks of It so loud and so long;. { () rb ,- b ,_ ,

Mm. A. Heyser and Mrs. Mattle Ira!- that he compels the has world done to and lI If .In 00as .' j f;! Ro r of
,
This
some one man
men with. a party, were over to the Inlet a few years, the stigma: attached to our Hr. ; 8.I -.E' f "More Value for a $ than Any Otber House in the State"

Friday. f county's name that we Import a much s- 2: O "o1
W. If. Moore and R. D. Pierce, In the greater value than we export be removed c ; :c ra.: :::>> t G: ra J. P. TURNER & CO
Juno for and It be conclusively proven p 2 o
Don Ton, have gone to freight s-7 5? M
there. that the reverse Is the cane, It will be no P'x' 8M -
flattery to the turn of the tide was c/a 3 .
There U to be a "honse warming" at affected by say Thos. E. Richards, of Eden, a _. 2: Lii SUK t3 i-J E. L. ae..&=-
.
Mr. Will and Cortlo Comstock's place on more. than by any other one man. 8 (JQ ; A.BslS .& S ,
the 9th. R* R. ( r; rn :r 3 c

Capt. Chas. Cnddebach came up from Tltnsvllle, Fla. () 0'c I CD g w 0 en-ptia. .... |& | ti Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
_
Miami hut week, in the Deerhound, but O 8 10, ,
went back On the 8th. Notice. 1 p. [ = = sz I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

Mr. W. F.McCormIck and Wm. Bow- Ean Gallie town lots for sale between Qo. vo COH ::t. = Staple Ac I* Groceries Fruit
<
ancy. ,
; E-
dell arrived last week from Old Point ship yard and postoffice. For business xa
Comfort, Va. Their many friends were or residence. Apply to Wm. Roesch, c And Food ProductsOf .
glad to see theirt. Eau Gallle, Fla. ll ept.SmoJae : tab cE: -3 wtJAMES All Kinds. Also My Stock of

Mr. Wm. S. Stone, formerly bans: Schooner Ashore. -n. _-....' y c. ;::i Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal

drummer in the Tropical Band, and who CD ,0 ,
has been In MacClenny. Fla. for the pant Na .. IO- Ground Food sod Wheat.

year, returned last week to Lake Worth, LAKE WORTH, Sept 11th, 1891. I am the only house on Indian River dealing:exclusively In the above line of
where he Intends staying.Mr. Soods. I buy clone, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit
Our Lake Worth correspondent, writIng -
Inman Fisher has resigned his pour patronage. Very truly
on the above date says:
position as typo In tale the Tropical Sun ''The schooner Queen, of Eau Gallle, BREVARD COUNTY HOLMES, President. _33.: L. BRADY.
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office,,and has taken up a homesteadnear on her way to Nassau, Capt. Roy McFad- ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary.
tho U. 8. LJfe Saving Station. We den, Is ashore at Boccaratono. betweenthe GEORGE ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
hear ho! Is going to be married, and wish two bunches of Rocks. She Is on INDIAN RIVER Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-nt-Linr.
BANK
him much Joy. broadside. Capt. S. N. Andrews, of Orange STATE Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.
TOM. Grove House of Refuge, telegraphed ,
from Juno to Key West, on Wednesday -
Fornlturol Furniture I Furni- for the cutter. The sea and wind COCOA FLORIDA REAL ESTATE Robbins & Graham
Is quite high at present, but we do not ,
ture 111 know how the Queen Is. If it blows Incorporated 1880.CAPITAL .

you need some now furni I much harder and the sea gets a little EXCHANGE
LadlIJIidon't\ house up comfortably and higher; the Queen will go on-to the .. : LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE
blce. I have the largest and most com- rocks of Boccaratone, and break up." Paid Up, $2 ,000. ,
plete stock ever brought to Indian IUvr .

--and prices prices. with low freight; will added.meet Jacksonville O. B.. A Cheap Bargain. Authorized, $100,000. COCOA, Indian River, FLA. We have For Sale a Large List of Carefully Selected Indian

44Capt 10} acres hickory and oak hammock I.
Humph. ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
I about four and one-half acres clearedand of All Kinds Bdnght Sold and River Properties
: planted with one hundred and fifty Money to Loan at Lowest ,Rates. Property .
been with W.Messrs.A. Abbott Percival, who and has flatten long, orange tress, just coming Into bearing. DIRECTORS. Exchanged. Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Line
Situated at Eau Gallle beautiful loca
Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, Del ; G. S. HARDKE: !:, President. Canal and Transportation Co.CAN".AL .
Moines, Iowa, and Is one of the best tion. For Information address, JAMES HOLMES Vice-president. B All Inquiries will be promptlyand
GOODE & 11000, LAN"DS.Florida .
known and most respectable businessmen It. D. HOLMES Cashier. reliably answered. Fire Insurance
in that 'cltyeaYI: "I can testify 4. Melbourne, Fla. ALBERT A. TATIXBr J. M. SANDERS, written in standard companies at lowest Southern Railway, Jlcksonville1.Tampa.. & Key West Railway Company
to the good quahuo. of Chamberlain's J. F. WO') EN. rates.' Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,
Cough Remedy. Having used It In my In Favor of Canaveral, and other Low Priced Lands

family for the past eight years, I can lWon.cy: to; Loan Llxvcvys oxx 33T.ct3i.ci.
safely say it has no equal for either coldsor Florida Fruit. and Vegetable At Ten and Twelve per cent, in sums to tuft.
croup." 60 cent bottles for sale by Pay twice as much freight as those
Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
Dixon & Gray. 44Fnriner. from the West Indies and Central America Co.
Look at tbo llgures. The Clyde Steamshipp Address, p. o. box 108, Titusville, Fla.

Crop of Rrevard Co. Freight TitndTllU
Tlas lain to New York. ]EDIA: D' STILIN"G.Cocoa .

"Bill Nye" says that the farmer Is reMled Boxes oranges, lemons and
secretly by the politician and hoodwinked limes, 127,124. at OOo... $70,274.40. Indian River, Florida,
at the polls, ground down by the Barrels pineapples, cabbages ,
moneylender and skinned by the merchant etc., 24,630, at 100.... .. 24,030.00Crates 'Dealer In

ridiculed by the comlo papers, of vegetables, 11,805, 4LL'New
PAINTS HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE & AGATEWARE
and lied about by the uncomio papers, at 40o... .... .... .". ... 4,040.00 ,
flayed by the lawyers, and then barbs PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES. OILS, GLASS & PUTTY, TABLEd
cued by the fruit tree peddler, bunkoedby $105,650.40 POCKET CUTLERY BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
the bunko steerer, gouged by the Rates on same from Havana to New & WIRE CLOTH.DOORS .
green goods man, Ignored by Congress, York per Ward steamers: ''
SASS: :EJLJ:1.\l'DS: : :an.rOK.
cursed by the consumer, sknm by the 127,124 boxes oranges, etc., ,
wealthy ana peppersauoea by the poor, at 15o per cubic ft., 80o.. $33,137.20 Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.
peeled by the penniless and tobacco-sauc 24,630 barrel crates, pines, Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds Ship Chandlery Goods,Gauze
ed by the usurious, dogged by the Sheriff etc., at 1l0e.... .". .." ., 12,318.00 Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets; ,
and axed to his grave, that he may 11,805 crates vegetables, at ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers Ice
prosper the Interests of the non-res- 15o. per cublo ft, 20o...i' 2,373.00 York Charleston and Florida Lines. Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
dents Chimney Pipe; Flags A Bunting; I
And yet we have read articles by this InImitable $52,828.20 Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., eta
humorist, in which he has pictured Freight on one year's crop, The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondence
the farmers as anything but down. I Tltusville to New York.. $105,050.40 sail follows solicited and estimates furnished promptly,
to as :
trodden. We have not forgotten the report Freight on same Havana to
of Mr. Nye's experience as a summer New York,.... .... ...... 62,828.20 CALLING AT CHARLESTON S. C.. BOTH WAYS.ftA1fDA.BD .
boarder, and how the much-abused ( TIKI.)

hayseed had "his day;" and how the Jovial Annual loss to Brevard Co. $52,828.20 From(tier New 29,E.York 8.) STEAMER From.10I'a.JaeklOuyW". The Carpet Palace

William, for the time being, was Time, from Tltusville to New York, ,at 3 .. 81pt. 1It at l.ao ..... ,
fleeced, starved, abused, and his life usually 7 to 9 days. One-fourth of fruits Frlday Wednesda1Aug.. Aug. 28tb,at 3 PM.1f..ALOONQUINt..Tueaday...... .CHEROKEJ!:. ........ ..y, Sep& ard, at t.so A.....
made a burden at the expense of heavy and vegetables reported In bad conditionon Monday. Aug.31.t. at 8 .. ........YEAIA88I1E..8unda)'. Sep& 6th. st 11,00 A.M.Wedne.day .
...... 48 West Street Jacksonville Fla.
2d,a&a P. ......'fIlUnNOLE" ........Tuesday. Sept.. 8th.t 7.00 Bay
drain on hie pocket-book by these same arrival. Annual loss from delay Sep& ....... ,
en : ,
Frtday. aep.4th, at a P. .....""IROQUOIS.: ...... T'huraday, P10th. at 1.00
farmers whom he now pictures u the route $50,000. Annual extra cost ofoverland Monday. Sept. 7tba.. ........ALOONQU. "......8unda, Sep&'I3th, at 12.00 M.
most wretched and pitiable class knownto route $102,828.20. Wednesday Pel't. 11th.at 8 P. M."CHEROKEE.. .....Tuesday. Sept. 18th. at 1.30 .... Where you will find the very best selection of >
.. ....... .......TbUJ'lflI&1, Sep' 17th, at 1.30 ..If.
Sept.lItb..e a
mankind. We like to read the sidesplitting Time from aanaveral to New York, Friday ..YEMA88U" ...
SeI'C. 14tb,at a P. ...... SEMINOLE! Sunday Sel' 2Otb, .e 11.30 .If.
stories Mr. Nye produces, but three days. Winy ,Sept. 18th.at a J'. ....." : Tuesday 8ept. 2'Jd, ae 7.00 ...... Carpets Mats
we like consistency u well. What Brevard county would save on Friday, Sept.18th,at 3 .. 1f..ALG NQU'IN'.Thursday...... Sept. 24th, .t 1.00 ......
Monday. llep.8l.t at 3 .. M."CHEROKEE't........8unda. Sept. 87th, at 12.00 If.WedD..da1. Shades Oil cloths
one. crop would establish a connectionwith .Sepe.23rd,r.c a .. M."YEMA88EE..Tuesday, 8ePt. 29th, at IJ1O....
dally Havana steamers at Canaveral. Sudsy, Sep&1IIIth, at a J'. M."SEMINOLMI.Thursday, Oo&. let, ae' 1.00.... Mattings Lace curtains
The, Best Bargain It would pay .the county to build Monday &pt.98th.M II'. 1f..1RWUOl4..: ........ Oc&.lIth.Oc& 4th, u r.c 1.00 11.00 ..........If.Wedne8aay.Sep&.3Otb..ta .. Rugs. Cornice
We can quote at present Is an excellent and maintain a pier and a tram road to r..If..ALGONQuUI.8unday" poles '
tract of pineapple or vegetable land,, Banana river and collect toll-Florida Potters, China Silks,
containing about seventy-five acres, ly Star. St. ,Johns River Line., And Mosquito Nets. ?
ing on Merritt's Island, between Brant- .

ley and and Tropic, having a frontage ol For many years Mr. B. F. Thompson, For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Pointson Estimates given. Samples sent The only exclusive carpet house In Florid
even-eighths of a mile on Indian River, of Des Moines, Iowa, was severely afflicted Our Goods are TBS BEST, and the Prices THE LOWEST. .
and the same on the Banana Kiver. This the St Johns River.
with chronic dlanh a. He says: Mail orders will receive prompt attention.
property U as free of frost as land at "At times It WM very severe so much
Eden. Steamers pass the land dally. so, that feared it would end my Ufe. Steamer uEVERGLADE" OlaxOac. cto: Oortoott; ;,
Transportation costs less from thlr land
than from down river points, and shipments About seven years ago I chanced to procure Leaves Jackaonrtlle for Banford Sundays.Tuesdays and Thursdays 3 JO P... ReturnIng -. 4sept-fimo 48, West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla._
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, ,bevel Bauf ord Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays,at 10 A.M.
reach market from one to two Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It gave
days quicker. Price for the entire tract, me prompt relief, and I believe curedme Steamer "TZ\ ESI BJECJL"
$,, 00. Will not sell less than whole permanently, as I now eat or drink Laves Jacksonville for Banford Mondays ana Fridays, at S JO P.M. Returning, leaves GEO. LESTER & CO.
tract. Speak quick. Apply to. Bobbins without harm anything I please." I Sanford Sundays and Wednesdays at IM A....
\Graham, Tltusvllle Fla 6* The abovs.teamen are ftt&l& up with flrst-claM accommodations for passengers, and the
have also need it in my family with the tables will be supplied with beat In market.
best results. For sale by Dixon A
The apIndustry.. Gray 4'4 General Passenger and Ticket Off Ice.88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. RECEIVERS OF

_.._ P.H.IRONMONGER..Jr., Florida Passenger Agent,88 Went Bay Bt.,Jacksonville,Fla.
W. r. OGDEN FAY Traveling Faaaennr 6 Bowling Green,New York.J. .
EV! Coat Advocate J. BI. Ubbey, .O. PKLOT, Freight Agent,on wharf foot began Street,JackaonvlUe,Fla.
JOHN 1. IIOWAUU,Florida Freight Agent.foot Laura Street,Jacksonville.Fla. ORANGES BANANAS
Mr. White's Interesting letter on pineapple Teacher of piano, violin, organ, vocal, ...A.Lt.8I.lK Superintendent,foot Laura Street Jacksonville,Fla.T1IKO. LEMONS
.O.fcOKK,Traffic Manager B Bowling Green New York.
history In your last issue II extremely all band and orchestra Instruments; MARSHALL H. CLYDE, .....Traffic Manager,B Bowling Green,Sew York. ,
pertinent now that so much interest thorough bass and harmony. Music

la this profitable Industry Is being parlor at the residence of Capt Paddi- WM. P. CLYDE & CO., GenM I Agents., AND GRAPES
,
awakened and to back still further
go
6* 1* South Wharves.Philadelphia. B Bowline Green.New York.
than he does we find that Captain Burn- aoq. .

ham's planting of 1870 or thereabouts, 264 Street
of Temperature Washington New York.We
WM b, no means his first experiment in Itaiige .
that direction. In the first half of the U THuavDU ,
forties Capt. Burnham had settled on JNDJ: :.. ..N RIVER: :OTEZJ: ,
last
For the week, ending night, Sept.
the place now known Dr.
and had a considerable u patch AnkennyX-about an 17, 1301 as compared with that of the Issue a WEEKLY PRICE LIST, and shall be pleased to forward It to rot

acre--of bearing pineapples. lie left corresponding week in 1800. Recordedat TITUSVJLLEIndian on receipt of a postal card.

this when an the settlers under the the U. 8. Weather Bureau office Tltusville. N Stencils Furnished on application. t

armed occupation act were in fear of Rivor Reference; Wholesale Fruit Trade Of the country. .
the indiana, and one of their number July1t a
hot They escaped in a small schooner, Day Max. Min Max. Min Fla.

and sailed up the coast to Jacksonville 1800. SKFTXMBEB.: 1801. RICHARD W. GOODE. HOGG.
stopping for water and provisions at 11 87 70 85 70 JAMES T.
Cape Canaveral and St. Augustine enroute. 1) 84 70 88 74 L )I. MABBETTE,
U 86 73 83 TO Florida Real Estate
The Indians used to barter for the 14 86 74 83 73 PBOPE. Exchange
pineapples, and were on friendly terms 15 87 75 84 73 )
with Captain Burnham who, as a gunsmith 18 86 73 88 77
All The Year.
Open
mended all their broken guns. 17 87 70 85 74 MELBOURNE Brevard Co., FLA.

Now, perhaps someone can prove that J, E. LAKOUITTK, Observer -
Flees were grown earlier than this; and, Only a few minutes' PROPERTIES OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT, SOLD A EXCHANGED. .
historically, it interests us to learn these Supplies. walk from Railway depot TAXES PAID FOR NON-RESID, r .
things But commercially minded as and Steamboat CONTRACTS TAKEN
'We teal Interest dates from the Large stock oil suits, oil ooata and landings. FOR SETTING OUT ORANGE GROVES AJH

unxe 'hen a certain man often called aprons,'oil hats, leggings eta; rubber On the banks of the PINEAPPLE PLA.'frA TlONS.
an old crank-well advanced in years, boots overcoats, gossamers! etc. ) far-famed Indian River. Indian River Lands a specialty. Parties wishing to invest, or having land M.
end without any mean but brain and 4e. GEo. B. RmtTH. ale would do well to correspond with us.


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