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East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 25, 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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-Mrs. G. B. Rnmph has been on the Tltusvllle public school will open on I ':VBuy the ADVOCATE at Dr. Serevon' -Mr. Wm. M. Brown, of New Haven, -Mrs. R. C. Scflmg'eour will probat/

sick list for some little time past. Thursday, the 1st of October. drug store, 5c per copy. Ct, wo In town yesterday, be In town next week. t

Mortgage deed, Warranty deed, -Mr. W. E. Johnson, of New York, -Mr. and Mrs. Faber, of City Point, -Mr. Tho*. H. Sanders, of Courtney, -J. P. Turner & Co. are agents for -Mrs. A. A. Stewart who hoes been '

Quit-Claim Satisfaction deed of mortgage, ,Bill Tax of certificate sale, was In town Wednesday. have been spending a few days In town. was 'In town this morning. Hall's Bazaar Forms. Will Bell them at on a visit down the river, returned hone :

Tax Bale deed Leases, -Miss Ida Dodson left'' this week for -Mr. 'Walter Kltchlng, Sebastian's -Mrs. A. T., Feaster ho been on avtyilt'to Nuw York price. Saturday.The : :

Assignment of mortgage, Prsocipe for Barbervllle, Fla., where she will take prominent storekeeper, was In town a her old home In Ostoen. -Judge Minor S. Jones has been to Methodist festival, ahnottnOofl '

Bond for sale Title at the ADVOCATE summons7otoFor office. One: charge of the public school. day or so this week. -Conductor. Dearborn'wlll commence DeLand, Jacksonville, and<< other places In our last Issue, came oft' at the Grind It

lOo.:'three, 25c.; dozen, OOc.; one hundred -Mrs. W. F. Hubbard, of Jacksonville Bread Is the "start of life. Altrco's running on the main line Monday next i on.business this week.P. View, last Friday, the takings, amountIng .
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$3.' arrived In town last Friday evenIng yeast cake never falls to make It. IOepockage150 -JaU. H. P.. Atkinson has been On a I M. Young died At this place on to nearly $13.00. v
Also attachment in Bets $1.00 six '
i and Is still of the Indian ; by mall. 23*t.f. Tuesday morning. Ho has been sufferr.Ing -Mra. I. M. Mabbette started forte I
a guest
sets,.$.oo. Ten in each Bet. Copyright. trip down the river a few days this week.
River Hotel. -The Seminole In command of Capt. from cancer for some years past. slmmee this morning on ft few days4.wit.: -
Just received a splendid llue of It. She will her three little girls ,
Wedding' Cards, -Insure In the Germania Life Insurance P. NTelson, started Tuesday, for Eau heavy bluchers and stitch-down at the ,:-Do you want bargains In land If bring /

.a We shall be pleased to' :j company of New York. J. T. Gallie and other places with a big loadof \ Basaar' you do, read Robbins A; Graham's list back on her return. \ ,
:a; receive a share of your e.ES. : -The attention of hunters Is- drawn'
lumber.In ,
:0 Job Work-envelopes Sanders, agent, Tltu vlUe. 72 -Mis of land bargains on the Instdo page of
{ -Daniel Nowberry of Vornon; to tho fact thai the law allows tho
letter.headnote-heads, -Mr. Woodward, the photographer, another column it will bo observed this paper. *t.f. + '
bill-heads statements Michigan, baa been spending a.day or'soin bunting and killing of deer during ,the
1H has not yet returned from his trip to that Mr. II. B. Archibald announces the About 20 fishing boats have loft TI- ,
else.LOCAL townjlewing( countl'1.Men .
or
1 1 anything month of September, October, November
--.. Pensacola[ where he went to attend to a himself as a candidate for the tusvlllo during the past week or BO for t
have
been employed by our and December. +
office of Town Clerk.
little business. their grounds Indian
fishing near
T Town:Council, this week, to clear out the new
*Ono of the
-The Christian Endeavor meetings at -Conductor Cowan is now occupying River Inlet., happiest young men la

the Presbyterian church are becoming a Conductor Singleton's position on ,the I ditches and lay new street crossings.JAfonVy -Mr. Goo. Altreo expects to leave town yesterday was Mr. John Tom JuD4",

NEWS. great success. Nearly every week new train between hero ,and Sanford, for a / Money II Monty III to lonu In here tomorrow morning for Santord for nephew of Sheriff Bowman. Ho Ind'
Bums to suit, on approved real estate security just returned from Savannah whore be
members are added to the above society.Mr. short time. the of celebrating his birthday, >.
purpose
at ton per cent. Robbins fe Graham passed a successful examination
Ronald F. Altreo, of Sanford, -Go around to the Bazaar and see the ', 'a This bl th-dny keeping Is not a new as engi
and General In connection O'tf ho
Society Oaralp lIe berth In
town already..
neer. a
son of Mr. Gco. Altreo of the nicest line of hats In town. The is
with Indian River and Luke Worth pee.tloni one onorfetio only Idea; the custom of blrth-tlay keeping
daring punt week. Brief mention of merchants of our town, arrived place in Titusville where you can got -We 'understand' that the Atlantic many years old. It I I. recorded In the Judge Broome announced In CIO'tUt'one

Interesting Events; About People You here on Monday evening's train, and a genuine Jonn B. Stetson hat.. Cdast Ice, 'Fish and Canning Companylook fortieth chapter of Genesis, twentieth day last .week, that hereafter every _

Know, and I'eople You Don't Know- gave our office a pleasant call Tuesday i -New York Laundry, Titusville. for the arrival of their machinery verse: "And It came to pass the thin ono coming within the bar during the
Ticked op by Our Society Editor. In,a few; days. sessions of the
afternoon.J. court must in
-, Laundry work done in first-class style at day, which was Pharaoh's birthday; appear
M. Libber, teacher of pianoforte, reasonable prices. Orders by mall Don't wear ripped coats and pants, that ho made a feast unto all his ser "full dross"-that ,is, with their coat,

'Advertisements under this headIng violin, organ; all band and orchestra promptly attended to. Address Wm. when you oan'get them mended BO cheap vants." We hope Mr. Altroe will have a on.-DeLand Agriculturist -

are ten cents per line per week. Instruments; vocal, thorough bass andlarmony. McCarthy, proprietor. 6*5t ly. I will make and mend at, a reasonable most enjoyable time while In Sanford. -AI tree has for sole tho sloop .boat

-Mr. Goo. M. Magruder, of Oak Hill Music parlor at the residence -Mr. R. B. Cable, general manager price, and I wish to solicit ,the patronage Notwithstanding the fact that the Lone Star and Hourl,:at $TO each] Homo .

was In town, this week. of Capt. Paddison. 6* of the J., T. A K. W. Railway, who has of any who wish to have Buch I bathing rage Is still on, and the now Comfort wrought iron range,'$50; Home ,, ,ta

-Mr. Frank A. Ncllos, of Toronto -Yr. Geo. W. Scobie's steamer, Sophie been,to New York and other places, returned work done: Mrs. S. J. Young. 8tfOn : bath, house started by the ADVOCATK is Organd vapor stove, $19.60;, Chamber

Canada, arrived: In town last Friday, on Frey, was out on a trial trip on to Jacksonville, on the Clyde Wednesday the steamer 'Croscnt such an undoubted success, J. P. Turner oncyclopoidla vols., t7. O; organ, $50j .

his way to friends at Heath. Saturday; and, although she was only steamer Algonquin, Tuesday.Mr. City brought up 131 boxes of first grade A Co.'s Cash Bazaar Is far more successful vlollncollo, $10; refrigerator, and tha '

-Mr.'A.. A. Vardell, who has been on running.with one engine, she made from Benjamin Hogg and family, who yellow*oranges consigned to parties In for you cnn got such good articles stock In goner l."l *

a trip to his home In Macon, Ga., returned four to five miles an hour. She started have been spending about two months Liverpool, England. The ,oranges are at their store at lowest possible prices. !, -The loss of Dr. Wilson's horse, last'

here Monday evening. down the river to the fishing grounds In New York city and vicinity, will leave the first yellow"ones that so far have Call at the Bazaar and examine week, was a sad blow to him. A great. ., r

yesterday; also to Fort pierce to be come,to Jacksonville.-Standard. goods. 7-1' many are under the 'frapresslon it
SST" Has your subscription expired that city, via Clyde line, today;and Mrs.L. : TOM
Please note namo-and-date slip pastedat i measured. A. Mackenzie, who la' closing up an -To' prove the fact that this ADVO- While In Now York, Capt. Paddlson poisoned. If such was the case, andthg'

head of this paper or upon the wrap- -H. C. Starck, of Malabar, who has extended visit to Gotham, will leave on. CATK I I. rapidly coming to the front n* 'a was In company with a well-known and miscreant who did It was brought to

e finished his pineapple contract, has now the same line next Monday.Mrs. first-class advertising medium-one that very extensive planter of Jefferson Co., justice, wo aro undo/ the Impression:la
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per.Don't fall to attend Prof. Libboy'esinging received' a largo consignment of first- W. S. Graham and son John- give* entire satisfaction-you only havea Fla. They became rather heated walking would faro rather badly A c..

class to-night. Also Mr. Rey- class Havana tobacco, and 1* prepared to nIe.1iohave. glance at the number o'f 'new odvortismcatA about, and when ,tho Major returned to
lupply omestlo and, been In Philadelphia for : -We wish! to draw tJrq;: Attention of
nolds' shorthand, class, at the courthouse foreign. cigars of the past throe months -returned ,efejcpntlnnftlfyocelYlng: from the'Astor House, he opened windowIn reader '
the finest quality,'at the. reasonable or so, our to, the new, advt of the .
all partt"tf the United States.
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his room sat In a chair In tho draughtand
home ,
prices. Address Starck Malabar on Tuesday evening' train Mrs. Equitable Assurance Society of the Unit-.
H. C.
General Passenger Agent G. D. Aek- Fla. 3. Graham report the sea voyage between -Have you_noticed the very neat and went to leep'. That rash act cost led States said' to, bo" the'I.' and"

erlywho has been on a trip to New York, -Our well-known, and respected New York and Jacksonville, as having showy manner In which Mr. F. T. Budge him his life, for In three days he succumbed safest Life Assurance company In ,13m'
thinks there will be large numbers of been most has dressed the north window of his to an acute attack of ncutnonla.
with world.
delightful, hardly a Mr. Francis
friend, Mrs. J. P. Miller, with' her Hupperd, of;;Orlando ;
tourists visiting Florida this coming win daughter-in-law Mrs. J. A. Miller,and breeze to ruffle the calmness of Grand new store Just look at It, ladles: We are told his body' '' brought" back Is the Florida manager! ; and iTosrs. .-

ter. her little daughter Lillian, arrived In Old Ocean. They are looking well after If It Is not a credit to any store In a big to Florida. for IntermentMr. Ganlden fc; Sanders, of this town are

-Dr. and Mrs. E. S. Wiley, who have town from Atlanta, last night, and will their summer trip.Shorthand. city the ADVOCATE must be laboring under M. J. Egan and his friend, Mr. the agents. See advt on fourth page.. 1 t
been on a visit to Valdosta, Oa., return (
leave for J. Tome a wrong. Impression. Look at It W. DeLuna from Eden Wed.
ed home on Monday evening' train, Jupiter on to-night's boat Reynolds, came up -The valuable property known as tlw '

bringing,with them their two little nieces Their many friends were glad to see stenographer, with Bobbins &; Graham yourselfThe nosday evening. Mr. Egan had been Tropical Hotel and orange grove .d
them In town.Commander. Is organizing a class In shorthand. Two Germania Life Insurance com- amusing himself cleaning a rifle, whichwas
Rockledge owned will
-the Misses Thomas and Lang. by Stephen Ryder,
Jas. G. Green, U.S.Na- evenings a week at Court House. Those pany, of New York, Is the company In loaded and went off, the ball doinga be sold under decree of foreclosure '

-Two horses and a buggy arrived vy Inspector of lighthouses for this district wishing to Join will please write or apply which to Insure.' J. T. Sanders, agent, deal of damage to the fingers of his mortgage Issued out, of the United + F'

here Saturday evening, from Hopklns- ,, was In town Sunday, having made at office of Bobbins A; Graham for Titusville, Fla.! -G. Lopcr.: Bailey, of Pa- left hand, as well as coming Into close State Court, by J. N. Stripling special' ': q
,
viDe for Dr. B. L. Will ;
Kentucky, his usual round excepting Canaveral terms, etc. Instruction by malL Term latka Fla., Is manager for the State of proximity to his brother's head. lIe master at Jacksonville *
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fine and the on, the,:
Doe.tor
They are a very pair, which place he will visit on his next reasonable. 6* Florida for this county;and, good agent said be had not the slightest notion It Monday In November. The 'advertiment .
-
is quite proud of them. *
trip. He left for New Smyrna Monday. -William Caudle, colored, who left are wanted everywhere. 71Mr. was loaded He left for New York, yesterday of sale appear In another>column \

-Do you wish to advertise and buildup morning, where he was to hold court. Hopklnsville, Ky., In charge of the and Mrs. M. C, Salmon,of Rock- Mr. DeLuna stopping Jacksonville of this Issue. ,' .

:your locality: If so, send ,us a few Supt C. H. Bent, Capt: Bravo and horse shipped to Dr. Will, died on the ledge, were In town Wednesday. They where he I* Interested In the
Paddlson
-Captain R. P.
items when you feel like doing It every Pete Myers were busily engaged Sunday train a few mile from town on (Saturday came up the previous night to attend to phosphate business.. from New York, returned.

week If possible Surely you can find afternoon seeing to the shipment of the evening. He had been Buffering various little business matter Mr. on Tuesday evening;
-Sunny South, a very excellent jour where he has been'on business
connect ,
sufficient news in your neighborhood to boilers from consumptionand started Salmon said It was his first visit ,
heavy and machinery for the Hotel for Titus to TI-
nal printed in Atlanta, Ga., which we ed with the East Coast *
make five six small items Transportation
up or every e Indian River, sent down by Mr. >M.; F. vIDe, thinking the genial climate of the tusville In two year He gave the ADo are pleased to have among our exchanges. Co. He expect Captain D.'W...Berry tev
week.We Dwyer, the owner. Bravo and Myersworked Indian River country would do him VOCATK a pleasant call while In town, .
Is
offering price to Its readers on arrive at New Smyrna to.morrow'to begin
are In receipt of the Berkshire l -*
like some good but he left too late and became a subiicribcr. I
and and
Trojans, they must have ; succumbed "
"How to Husband following the
The
Manage construction of the marine U
Hills Record which and Interesting c >
gives a long -
felt happy when their work was accom- to the fell disease on the Cigars, of fine '
way. very quality are now 1 J.
of the
clipping
account of an entertainment one numerous way for the E. C. T. Co.; which will U
plished.In lie,was buried at,La Grange on Sunday manufactured by H. C. Stank Malabar
articles sent Into the above journal by probably be finished
given at the Mount Everett House,South I. by the 80th,Of Oct.,
consequence of the increasing demand morning.An and our readers should certainly give and wish to draw the attention when '
Egremont, Ma a.., the summer home of lady, we he will haul the Sweeney'out andy -
for the "Song of the Indian River English physician, who ha been them a trial fl they want a thorough of readers
our respected friends,Mr. and Mrs. W.B. our lady to It, as these put her In first-class shape for-'tbe'ia.
," Mr. G. D. Ackerly, general passenger studying the relative nutritious good smoke. A sample box of Starck's I
Peck late proprietors of the Indian litter proper- few well-timed word may be the cause ter. The Sweeney will begin her regular
Hotel, Titusvflle.CoU ,agent of the J., T. & K. W, Railway tie of various fruits says: "An acre of cigars arrived at this office a few days of making many a husband happy, a* service November. The Captain WM

Informs us that he 1 Is having a new edition bananas will support twenty-five time ago; and, upon giving them a trial, we well a* being the mean of bringing afraid: ho would be obliged to ,bulLt-bis
and Mrs. D. who
L..Gaulden
printed. This song Is getting a a* many persona as an acre of wheat found them of a very superior quality, peace Into the household: "Every new boat aNew Smyrna but
have been on a delightful trip to Monti- world-wide reputation. We have had One thousand and well the { Massn.
feet of land worthy attention of
square grow. our woman who ba a husband think she Bobbins A Graham kindly offered la- r
cello, Jacksonville; and Thomasville numerous applications for copies of thd ing bananas will store keepers readers and -
produce four thousand all others know beet how to manage him. If you cation to build on tlltll lot, just north rf' *"
other place In Georgia, returned home song.Mr. pound of nutritious substance. The who wish for a good, genuine article. love your husband tell him *o, show the city wharf. The' building of tide a.

on Saturday evening, looking remarkably Wm. Treutler, of Eau chine same space, devoted to wheat or potatoes Those whom we gave a few of Starck'iclgan your love In every way, In every word, In steamboat In Tltusvllle will, directly and r It
health after their The
well in outing. came up to town on Sunday's steamer will mid
they
produce only thirty-three were excellent Don'tfall every look In action. Believe
every Indirectly, add to the
'Colonel, In fact, Must have gained sever- to see after 60,000 feet of lumber he had pounds of wheat, or ninety-nine poundsof I to give him a trial order. your husband, know be I II 'the best no- merchant, for some exchequer thousand of-fil doL.our "
*! pounds In weight, he was looking so
ordered from A
Hodges Satsuma I
Godfrey
potatoes. Banana are plentiful In Sudden d kth. Bradley Henry, a blest, grandest man In all the world; andIf hu will be put la circulation that otherwise -
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well on his return. Heights, and to attend to some law our store, and we hope our reader will he 1 not such '
colored man thai Capt. R. r. PadJJ son jut a one, never know would have gone to some other
-General Whichcote, who died in En- matters. The lumber Is to be used for not forget the above fact, which has It. husband
brought from North Carolina, come Obey your In all things, place. This boat 1* under contract t tf
gland on the 2nd Inst, was the very last building a large store near the Indian been ably studied by an eminent authority show him that hi command be
three month 4go, and ha been employed are your finished and ready for service on the
surviving officer who fought at the battle River Steamboat Company's work, at on fruit and their nutrition
proper.. on the itaamer8wecney as watchman law; that you wish to do nothing, but first of Jan.,1892.
of Waterloo. He was ,ninety-seven Eau Gallie. Mr. Treutler returned home ties
wa standing on the deck of the what he approve* of. If you do this,
yean of age, and could distinctly remember Wednesday.The Messrs. Benedict, Pollak, A: Co., lathe Sweeney but Monday afternoon, leaning ; believe me be will never do anything but -- --
Marriage at Mtms.
the holiday granted at Rugby St. Augustine jftira, referring name of a new firm In Jacksonville, against a post; Mr. Pierce and Mr. Geo. the right thing. To obey 1* nothing but f


College In honor of the great battle ofTrafalgar. the father of Mrs. R. T. Jones, of this which expect to do an exclusively wholesale F. FaddUon were standing nearby,when to love, why shouldn't we obey where we to Mr.Miss Wllford Ulan Maud F.. Bilttoa Robert*was, at--married&he
old ha res
The brave general place, rays: "Capt. W. M. Teahen who business throughout the State. )Cr. they noticed Henry' suddenly move for love Depend on him, Jean on him, and idence of the bride's father and mother;

gone to meet many a comrade who fell baa resided In our city the past six years Benedict, the senior member of the firm, ward and drop to the deck. They both let him know that you can't do without at Mlm, yesterday afternoon,8e24U1", ,

fighting under the stern and determinedIron ha deciced to remove to Atlanta. We 1* well and favorably known throughout went to him Immediately thinking be him. Show him that you love, and want the Revs! A. D. Cohen, of TUucvUle, of ;

Duke-the Duke of Wellington. regret to lose the Captain. He hu beena Florida, having been a resident of Jacksonville had fallen In a fit, but discovered that an hi* little attention, and you will receive ficiating. .. ....... I. .,

.Capt J. W. Zellan, In bin schooner useful and highly respected citizen, for about twenty year He wa hews* dying. They opened his clenched them. Never complain, (an ounce ...:. "L'" ;..- .. -

Manatee, arrived here last Friday even- and truly he 'knows how to keep hotel. for a long time a,member of the firm of hand, and la a moment he gave a long of praise 1* worth a ton of wold.) Al- The HcLoouer. Corlaue Ashore.. V..' ,' fl

Ing. She ha been doing duty, thin summer Both himself and hi* family will leave a Kobn Furchgott: Co., and until very gasp and died. HI* death I. much regretted way be ready to forgive, to excuse, ,'-1'' ..,," : ,

carrying pineapple from'the Keys boat of Mends in our city who will wish recently occupied a prominent position by tPaddlon and Lie family, none are perfect; remember your own JITrnu, Sept 34ta e";: j

Capt ZelUr Informed ua that the him well in his new home. He will be with the t-named house. The new a* be formerly belonged to Mrs. Paddl short coming Always speak the truth, Zeal Coal ddvocarr '' ,-.j: '

schooner Cygnus, while bound forseen the found at 83 Wheat street, and his old firm propose to handle a heavy line of son and wa raised! by them. The colored -I never deceive him, bold yourself above I The Corlnne, In command of Cap;; II '

of the wreck of the Queen wa friend, when traveling will,find him a* dry good, and win also carry hat, cap, people of the town were' very' kind blame. TeD your husband every' Jhlng Harry Shaw, from Ormoad, on a tour at t..

twice blown ashore during the storm, genial a* ever, if they stop with him la soap, cologne, hardware, specialties la and attentive. Mr. Oeo. Paddlson bad that concern you or your business, but Inspection of Life Saving Station oath

but fortunately got off again without Atlanta."-HU* Teahen dater of Mrs stationery, grocers' sundries, glass and him properly buried at LaGrange on never tell him any little neighborhood tor East Inlet Coast, went ashore south of Jut*,

doing any serious damage. She was assisted Jones, who ha been topping In TUu- I tin ware and wire good We wish Tuesday tonally good evening.man and Henry has wa been an excep gOMlp. I think if any woman act. In day shew*on* Ugh Wednesday and dry.night Her, and ot. '
cargo
off by the Jupiter Life Saving vine for some time past, ba also gone to I them abundant success, which they will member of the church a eonsUtant this manner toward her husband, she supplies and lumber baa been unloaded.
crew. Atlanta. no doubt merit since boyhood. will find" it the bet way to. manage and It I Ia probable she will be gotten o S I
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Professor Koch Iho\JtdJ\o&, hove alb- 'TBS COOP OLD, hint;. them inning and, otur went rw-wa to preaching.* ernirerwrana. When $65 ,6U'R.: SILVER QUEEN $65

TI1iEll2I 8 t Coast Advccai d lowed bis disappointment to carry him ,; >>, dgbty, ID yearold t when urged hepreached to stop*tree n account time of aweek Is It possible a'tlJt.clI1OS Buggy with Sliver-plated Dash Rail Seata

10 far as a resignation! of his,pnbilo\ offices BILL Ate GIVES A cIIAPTt n 05MUSIC. his feeb e health, he tepid: "Whxtl Shall UIHandles.. Hub Bands, arw' Shaft Tips, for Above price? .
tbe old African negro trader" end' blasphemer ....
, 1 thtnki the Washington Star. A man stop' while he can .peakt-Nol" No wonder a: 0)000 ;: IzO
FLORIDA. that the great Chang him to write < z II : '
'1TTUSYILLR I of his attainments ,should know that Inspired: ; :
those beautiful by-oil! Grawt < 'QoiZ :
-- thu public never bears malice toward How Sweet the Sound," "One There Is > < > 11I < 1II

In tbe United Kingdom of Great a man who has dallied with its e eltu- It Ton Can fclng! :Join a church Choir, Thee Above Art All Spoken Other," ''Glorious Bariour, Visit Thing Thy of = .I&lU..
"
Britain the execution do not average lity. The pnbilo realizes with becoming and If Ton C-n't, Stay! Out Plantation." > lg

1& yearly while In India the average grace,that thit 'Is'what it is here of It-The', Peweeef lovable And, next mlwraWe comes Cowper Cowoer-the whose an life labia was k. It. ;z: <; : !:!I :ZCZ-m

tXle.d.700. for. Jlnsle. spent In alternating between hope and deep J.oo < :o
: ir, and was sent several time to the insane tJ tt w < III '

'ltJe' riiiladelphla Record avers that The San Francisco Bulletin admltt be composed asylum.such In hit hymns lucid.intervals of hope h ILl"Id ;z ltI ro 0' Opa x n I\

"tho Chinese Restriction act ha raised that California, which is usually described Music, reunion Is the and only that.enjeymeot cannot be that It Innocent "Sometime a Light !surprises: ;z: : () :!! O.!! t9a
indulged in "There Is a F.mntaln Filled With Blood," <
the wage. paid to Chinamen: _on the by its newspapers as an earthly to CXOCM. It stands or itself. the peculiar "Oh. for a Closer Walk With God," and s to m b > : m
gift of God. It I* the only art that it alike : < O :
Pacific eoast almost double. paradise complete in every detail, is eetnmoa to angels and to men. It baa a won- many otben. < tQJa.O l m Zr-

singularly deficient in birds. The derful compose and variety,and yet from the James Montgomery, a Moravian, lias 3 C r'
song the it is all twenty-three hymns in this book. HI I
grandest to simplest pirating and early Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles.
Nearly twenty thousand patent art English sparrow charged with havIng all innocent Every other pleasure can be life WM full oi trouble. He was indicted, Write for,our New SO page AddreaaSOUTHERN

Issued at Washington. carried to dissipation, but not music tried and imprisoned for writing a ballad on .
every year driven away the linnet, which is J Th highest order of mode it that which tbe fall of the bastile. Boon after his release BUGGY CO.
TliU is tour times as many as are taken represented to have been abundant I' we ntrrr hear, but only read about and won he wrote an account of the riot at
Inventors I der. It is called the music of the uphtrue Sheffield, earl was again -impi-boned. the OHIO U.S.A.
Prussia CINCINNATI ,
out England.!: In in the coast countries a few yearn. ago. $1,. grand tymphony that is made by the press had but little freedom in hi*day, but -

,atponr to be rare birds, for tie average Association have been formed for the I pltnete and other hearmly bodies coarlng bis gentle; earnest Christian character finally
around the nun and which litlion says I* won for him the regard of his enemies, and '
there
number of patents issued importation and naturalization. of singing heard only by God and the angels. I don't he was granted a pension by the crown.

every 'year I and IImite with origioar sin, could bear book sweeter than hto. Buoh, for Instance,
this Sled ot roust l'3. The child that la charm .s "Oh where shall rest be found!' "Prayer
'A few week ago an Italian brigand The old and absurd charge that ed with lullaby or toothed to sleep with to the sonl's sincere desire,". "People of the

Nocchla released missionaries In China 'I "Huh my door, lie still and slumber," would living God," etc'
chief Domcnico was foreign kidnap
be frightened at an oratorio from Handel. Addison, that stately polished writer ofessays
from the Naples prison, after having native children and extract their eyes But musical taste progressive like every found time and inclination to pay s '
I other good thing. The time was when poetic tribute to hto maker There to no
been shut up for sixty years. He is for medicine was actually revived re. thought "Billy in tbe low grounds and poetry more majestic than the hrmns begin I8616bsEE8IlIII98CEAf

now eighty-three. After an nnusally cently, and formed the cause of the "Bonaparte crowing the Rhine" perfectly fling "When all thy mercies, oh I ray God,"
splendid, but I don't know. I hare' advanced and liThe spacious firmament on high."
brilliant career of brigandage and fierce attack on the French Catholic to a higher grade. By degrees the children And next w* hare Heber, the gifted bishop '

$7000 had been set upon Ills Lead, he mission at Wnhu. Some natives evidently have educated me, and as they climb up I of Calcutta, the Christian gentleman who EIl+Pt LI sa
1
climb a little too. Time," when thought 1I "'r knew a want, but ae"rtbel'ptlllt e
was condemned to prison for life in kidnapped two Chinese children ], "Kathleen Af'svourueen" the sweet.t song his life in charity and missionary work. His
and wife whom I world-renowned hymn would hare Immortal
my was courting, the
1831. and the parents, after vairly demand- sweetest singer in the world. But I don't tied him if he had written nothing else -- LARGEST

|- Ing their lost offspring at the mission, know-that i*, I mean the long. There are "From Greenland's Icy Mountains'1 stQl uNSUR PA5S 4 e e MiruCI NG
Four years ago there were but six sweeter songs. I don't wish to i-a mkuntier- stands as the chief of all missionary hymns.He .
Marion aud stirred up the populace until a mob j I stood about the singer. No doubt her voice wrote others of exquisite: beauty, such as PIANO FACTORIES
'factories, In the village. of was formed that looted and burned the | has the same alluring, ensnaring, angelio tly "Brightest and Best of the Bons of the Mora- TONET000H ,
the value cf manufactured products of I Plan sweetness bad forty years ago, moreor log, and, "By Cool Slloam's Shady Rill." tjQ THE'p '.
I cathedral and all the mission buildings. : less, but the fault is In me, for when a There are many other compost who did '- a ,
WORLO
the region now known as the Indiana Of conrse indemnity will be 'demanded i man bat once been allured and ensnared and ., not write much, but wrote exceedingly well. r IN15 _
belt said to be but $500,000. to getting old and deaf he loses some of his There to"How-
gas was: and it will be paid by the gushing appreciation. Nevertbelell.1 when Firm Foundation," by George
68 factories in the her .. K.lth "Come Te Dlxronwlate Thomas
Today there are Chinese Government but the incident I eldest daughter ( tbe ivory keys : by
and slogs Longfellow's beautiful hymn of Moore the poet laureate of England;"Awake
of )last
and the value
,city of Marion, Is suggestive, as it shows that fortyyears' "Daylight is done and the darkness My Soul," by Medley; "Come Than Fount
year's gas-bolt factory pl'oduct.Vat Fall from the wings of night of Every Bieseing"by Robert Robinson. "
with tho Tooladv "
intercourse foreigner Rev Augustus has several beautiful NEWPORT, J
more than $50,000,000. lias done comparatively nothing toward my appreciation seem to come back, and itmakes hymn;but none'compare with his "Rock 'TEEEE HAUTE
me calm and serene "
of Agee Cleft for Me. Sir William Glad
Interesting results have ,been disclosed removing the senseless Mongolian There to nothing in all nature that so stone, the gnat premier of England was sc
proves the goodness of God to his creature much impressed with this, hymn that be has
by the Massachusetts LaborBureau's prejudice against foreigners ; as In giving to, them the love of mutlo and translated it Into Latin and other languages.

of ho muses the San Francisco Chroni the faculty to make It. It to the cheapen. Of a later date we find, "Nearer My God to
ready
Investigation and most universal Much of It
pleasure. Thee," Adams,an English lady.
made clothing industry in that state. cle. costs nothing, for we hear it in the winds The oldest hymn in this book was written
and wares, the trees,the waterfalls, and from by Thomas Stemhnld, la 1519. He was
Statistics wore furnished by 2102 o*. It Is a fact not perhaps generally the birds and imecU. It n of many kind., groom to Henry VIII. The next oldest
I from the pealing anthem that awella the well worth remembrance for It writtenIn
826 made was
tablUhmonta of which: re.
known, that .the leading institution note o: praise in Westminster abbey down 169 by Thomas Ken, and has but one
turns of their not profits. The averagenet for the education of the deaf, dumb t to the plantation harmonies of the old,time verse, and that verse to sung oftener than
it darkles around the corn pile. Belw ea these any other Terse In the world. Its first line to
profit shown by these returns and blind in tho world is right hero in : extremes we hare the music of the drama, "Praise God from whom all bleedings flow."

83.05 per cent a year on tho amount Washington, boasts the Star of that tbe concert, the nurstry and the drawing If Thomas Ken to in tbe heavenly choir (and
room we believe he Is"), what serene comfort does
'of eapllalillvosted. city. The approaching visit of Us 'I I was baring these thoughts because Mrs. his translated soul enjoy as it listens every
_. Arp and the children were practicing some Sabbath to his own doxology asltgoeiup
A Uonova chemist claims that he bead, Dr. Gallaudet, to the Glasgow I I church muslo in the parlor, preparing for from a million voices and swells heavenward

congress in Great Britain to provide a Sunday Bonn of the family belong to the from thousand of organs all over Christen
can iiiake pure chloroform by a new choir, and it to a good thing to belong to. dom. -
which Is the national system of education for these Choirs bars their little musical fusses sometimes Then we have hymns from Richard Baxter
in feature redaction
process, ono and into the nevertheless
unfortunate is in the line of bis efforts I get : but wno WM enapnun to cnarie/ II, and resisted ", [Patent applied fort]
' of tho to 130 degrees boo it to a good place to hand
gas tbe usurpation of CromwelL
Sned y and bneineavehicle.forthelawyer,
makes them to to Thiajeone of the most convenient pleasure
benefits of educa. go
extend the
low zero. As the greater part oi to And here we have hymns from Mrs r-'Tinea man or farmer on earth. Owing to the construction of the body ,
School and and if they
go early, are facing
the authoress of the the durable and la the handom
tho Charles, gifted Scnon- U i*very U time rf/ -
tlon to of most
deaths from chloroform are duo to 1m- one Interesting I i the congregation they, have to keep awake bent Cotta stories, and from Wit lam Cullen .. pleo.ura.5' equine vehicle on the market .
all classes of physically afflicted per { and behave decently, and they do their best Bryant our own poet laureate, and Francis A'WRITTEN GUARANTEE GIVEN ON EACH VEHICLE. .
parities .Ihls. declares the San Francisco I IIons. to look pretty and_ sing sweetly. I used to '
H. Key the author of the "Ktar Spangled Thi QI4' Seat bth1Dd. Gall be attacked Dr detaobH 1:1: 0111 YA19Tl! Wilts to Mess. Aclllta W W.
will lessen thodanger That Great Britain, so forward belong to the .choir, aud it was there Mrs. Burner, and flora Mrs. Slgonrney and John
Chronicle, greatly
will In many respects, to promote humane the Arp saw sweet me atria and of ever and melodious anon beard Dryden another poet laureate of England, TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE AND BUGGY CO., Terre Haute, In.RSpN's .
the and ten.
from using drug I my and Henry Klrke White, who died la histw.nt'flret
probably diminish the of co- objects, should; have been so far be.I or voice. Butalail ihat voice has changedto year, but left on his monument
vogue a bass at one end and a falsetto at the "
Scar of Bethlohem. Here
"The too to the
,
hind her oldest is
daughter quite ro- other and _
calue. "there a melancholy crack in m y d
!Sir Robert Grant And
litany by : here
___________ laugh." are .
markable. The national institute at many hymns from Dr. Muhlvnberg, who
Young man, young woman. If'yon hare wrote "I would not lire el "
ob-
With commendable wisdom, Kendall Green has been of for way.
foremost any gift music you had better join the And now let me pause to remember that
'lerves the Now York Post the man- all similar schools lit stimulating ,the church choir, but if you harent, don's. all these men and women are dead. Same
Sacred muelo to much
railed according
very hare been dead 800 200, aod
, agcmcnt cf the now University of education of mutes and blind in' foreign to denomInations The Koman Catholic many 100 and some y..lOm.for less, but a 11 are dead. .' i
Chicago have decided to fix ,on a church to the oldest and the richest and has But ou'llree and
,
a
gen- land, and it Is a fact vastly to the most passionate muelo and the finest poetry prose song cut-
lire a "sermon. It li a comforting fact that
: .era1)IBI, for buildings, before beginning tho credit of this young country organs, and embrace a rendering ot sum intense most all of the famous poets hare been
construction of any of I words as are found in the"Agnus ChrUtlaa men and women and bare given to
Dei" and "Gloria "
in Excelsls, and the
litany the church some pf their sweetest ana holiest I
them, milking tho structures to bo Tho system for keeping houses cbol and cinnts of this old master Tbe Protestant thought in so g.

erected from time to time conform to about, to bo Introduced Kansas,City I II. and confined church has its music rejected to hymns the dramatic and palms ttv la Dr.are Oliver both represented W. Holme In end this John collection.But G. Whittier to eStroke.R"HIS i

this'plan. This fall two large dormitories Is tho invention of DanIel O'Keefe of of sober temper and in the main has done hymns without music lose half tbelr.
away with the fugue and galloping style of .
beauty. They are Ilk* bird without wlnn
each capable of accommodatingfrom that city, who has been at work on the I j one part chasing another through the vocal may cannon fIT l186y"nwAl'll. And now u is the machine that
, i harmonies. I remember when it"was the the choir and the congregation' will enter
: 150\ to 175 students, and one problem since 1868. lIe argued that fashion in fashionable choirs to give one partseveral into the spirit of these beautiful hymns and 1 is used in the Office,

large recitation building, will be start if heating houses by hot air could be feet th. start In the race and the sing them with pure religious feeling it wouldbe
others would start later and overtake it before acceptable praise ,A song without in'pi...- Court-room and for reporting
,
ed.. They will bo completed In October successful, there was rio reason why they all got to the end of the line. tloa to musIc, but It to not praise. Professional I IQuickest.

next )'ear. houses could not be refrigerated. Although There to a hymn beginning, "I love to steal choirs who sing for pay seem to be lectures and'sermons CINCIf NATI I Shoorrtestand
awhile away,"and the tenor would start out aiming for man and not for God. !Such: singing .
-T he does not describe his system with "I lore to steal1 and then I he alto to like the funeral that bare hired While Its speed is than
It is related in New York Truth I would pranc.up with "I love to steal" and mourners. When the tune fits the sentiment greater any Compartment and Pullman False
very lucidly In the Kansas City then the but confessed the unfortunate of the hymn, like it was all one creation of other known method, it is so simple Sleeping Cars ,through without change,
that while tho young German Kaiser papers, ho says that "at the central '', frailty, "I love to steal'1 and hurried on for genius it greatly enhances toe beauty of that any intelligent person can gain a making direct connection -
'wai watching a sham battle between fear the first man would steal it all before he both. The coronation hymn would not In CENTRAL UNIONOT
station thore will be ammonia and air got there. be half 10' popular If the coronation peed of zoo or more words per min LOUIS

some Russian cavalry\ ho asked the brino and : taoivd music to of very ancient origin. were not set to Its; And this to one reason ute, in five or six weeks, without the DEPOT for Ol. .
Czar for to take charge of compressers, vacuum : Indeed, il ..older than tbe church or temple, why the out,riot of the grand old masters, aid of an instructor. Circulars and And the WEST, and with ThrougU car
permission pumps brine and air-cooling tanks, I for we find that Uoaea sang a song whet be such as Handel and Monrt bar never been ,, lines for
one siJa. It was granted, and tho had crowed the Red sea, and he said. "I will excelled.: They composed bosh the sentimentand testimonial sent to all who mention and
Kaiser proposed to show the Russians and receiving and discharging connect i i I sing a song unto the Lord for he to my th.lOur--BJo..L Aw, in Atlanta Constitution. this paper. CHICAGO I theNORTIIWEST..
lions. The conduits first laid will be strength sail my "'ntlon.,1 and when he .
what a real soldier, who was not a I I I finished bin song Miriam took it up, and she P. S. If anybody knows anything l of Slur L T.: PIERCE FAYETTE M10 .lee with through car I
twenty-two Inches In diameter with and her maiden sang and made music on eon W. Hill, of Cobb's legion o! cavalry, who lines for DEIROIT
shopkeeper nor a tailor, could do. four separate chambers; the upper aDd I 1 I timbrels. King Davit sang all through his was captured at Gettysburg and sent M and
While he was following rule 33 in bis paalms, and Iaih not only sang but wanted Point Lookout, please aJdrea W, T. Cowan, Sole Agent for U. S. and Canada. BUFFALO and the East
larger one will contain cold air, the everything tt slog for he said: "Hlng: oh Due Weat B. C.
,book on tactics, the Russian surrounded discharging re bea"...., for the Lord bath done It Break I ,Only one change of cars
mod for
low will be
; two ones to ,
forth into slngjog oh ye mountains and
tit and he ORLEANS
supposed army was cap and returning the anhydrous every tree, for the Lord hath, redeemed Meridian, NEW ,
tured. It is said be went to his tent II in the IsraeL* A Voracious :Fish. Jackson, Yicluburfr, Point in
ammonia brine; and the one I was looking over this beck that we are THE TRAVELERS
-
and wOuld not, come out for tho rest will be chamber." now using; In our church .a new and beau ti- TEXAS AND THE
of the centre a vacuum rid booK containing 1'wi 'ny mmt ann a tune In a wster-trough in front of Sullivan'sHotel Jacksonville Florida.The XV 33 lei T.
day Mr. O'Keefe claims that tbe liquid can with written innate to every hfmn. Here on Ohelten avenue, Germantown Passengers via this line are afforded sa

Some recently- published -figures will be used for freezing purposes, making are SfiO. Of authors these of sixty all oae Christian are women denominations. seven there is a black bass that has attractedthe because excellent dew of Lookout Mountain and
hundreds of
attention of people
give an idea of the enormous growthof Ice cost less than one-half its present ty Scotch: are. PreabyteriaJn English Episcopalians, ten are,English twenty Pre are. of his peculiarities and the degreeof Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar surrounding Historic Scenery

British "spheres 'of influence" in price. The plant and conduits will bytoriana and eel) eight are American. intelligence: exhibited on many occasions streets, Jacksonville, Fla. A new brick -
I Presbyterians Eight... Methodists, ten are says the Philadelphia Times. The hotel\, nearest to all railroad stations and & C. RAY, a E. Pass. Agt., At-
Africa' during the last fifteen years. cost 250000. I Baptism, fourteen are CongrecationaUsU, fish is the only mate of the trough and steamboat landings. Especially adaptedto anti, Oa. ,

In 1876 the total area was little loss The waste of the oyster wealth of and Dissenters fir* are Lutherans Roman Catholic, Unitarian Thereat. Uorarl-are has occupied it for two years, to the ex. transient btumeis. Elegantly furnished D. J. MULLANEY, Div. Pass. Agt

than 280.000 square miles, now it Is i iI I ace, Qaakers and Independents. Only fifty- elusion of 200 others which had been put rooms, single or en suite. Table Chattanooga
Maryland continues to exasperate ; four are Americana. Lcarioz out laaao in it for propagation purposes, but the as, good a* the best. This hotel was built, D. G. EDWARDS, G. P, & 7.,A.,

only a little less than 2,000,000 square I those persons that take an Interest ,watts and....Charles COlllp.-.1' We by-ler Kugljn!meet of episco these bass killed them one by one until the entire furnished and operated as a $3.00 a day CINCINNATI. O'

miles.. The West Coast colonies have Its preservation and develop p&lIlU11oluac nyuuia Watts was the founder htean-- number bad fallen victims to his ,house; rates are now reduced to 3.00 a

increased front 1 ,OOO to 45,000 square proper ology. One hundred and twenty-mix of hto voracity. He not only killed the. fish day, while the service is better than ever.
ment. Since 1884-3 the oysters consumed hymns are la th s book. He has been dead but ate them. He swallows flies by tho Breakfast from 0 to 0; lunch from 11:30to THE

miles, and. Cape Colony and its dependencies ,and shipped from Baltimore lia rears, hut we are still singing: dozen, which the boys of the neighborhood 8:30; dinner from 5:SO to 7:80. This
'Welcome Sweet Day of Reet. "How
from 840,000 to 500,000, have decrease from 6,273,118 bushelsto Beauteous Are Their est." "When I Can gather for him. and the more they \is the only hotel in Jacksonville serving NEW LEVER SAFETY

while to these territories must now be iu 189091. The areafrom Bead My Title Clear" "Before Jehorahl give him the better he appreciates them. regular meals at these hours. All others

added the 400,000 miles of the 4.303,930 Awful Tbrone," "Am I a Soldier of the lIe 1s fed almost daily on cheese, lobsters are at least one hour later. Use the
square which these oysters are obtained Croe.!* and many more of hl eompoeiBg. and choice beef-steak and after he receives Travelers' omnibus, the tickets save 25
South African Company the 400,000 He was a very small man with a very large of the
his morning complement tents each .
is 23,520 acres The persons engagedIn eouL He was only fire feet high and weighed war.BURTON
square miles of British East Africa, the industry number; about 50,000, lee than a hundred pound and new latter he rises to the surface and splashes
and several districts of smaller extent. married Hto hymns are sung all over the the water furiously with his tail. This K. BARRS,
and their wages amount to $2,000,000 Chnatian world. Our grandparents and pa-: U presumed to be hU method of returning .
nets, ourselves and our children bare alttreasured 10Proprietor..
The annual to the thanks. t
Professor A. C. pilot of the University a year. revenue them and become familiar with and several times
Ua also eat mice,
T
State Is $3000 but the cost of tb8m.
of the Pacific at Sail Jose CaL ,
during the week John Leithead of
has
Charles W. ". a Methodist, thirty. past
earl the Leland Stanford University police protection Is $24,000 a year six hymns this hook-moot of them inspired engine 19, provided him with this Furniture Painting.

is to be the finest and most liberally' : leaving a deficit of 16000. A correspondent from his intanw, absorbing tore of the quality of bait, only to be swallowed ---
Barter-such as "Blow ye the trumpet, without II. likewise eats There is another craze which 1s hover-
endowed institution of learning in tho of the Baltimore Amerjcau t blow," and ". -._ low of tny soul. H* ; birds and any hardly ceremony.a day passes that he log over ns and'threatens to drop on us
who is disgusted with this pitiful was a brother John Wesley, the fcooderof at monient aad that's
any furniture
world "It is reported from reliable of a..usm. and came to Qeorgia with does not dispose of at least two sparrows
sources," sold :Mr. Hirst "that Leland ihowIuglsjK out what might be lllaa In I't.II.' : and two chippies. The fact that the painting. It has made its wax Int. the The PERFECTION of SIMPLICITY"and
art stores, where women buy their chime .
bodies of the birds ECONOMY of POWER.NO
feathers the
are
done if lands Her John upon
were lfewtoety.4h
hymns
.the oyster properly
Stanford has already made Li* will so outfit and that sort of thing where
In tide collection What strange, .r otful make little difference to. him and it is ,
that the. uuivcrilty will secure an endowment managed. He states, in the first place life was his. SeUen and impresrtd for a only when the legs have not been removed enamel paints appeared fu1l1.0 years CIIAXN NO GrAnN'

of 130.000,000 over and that the entire area suitable for oyster seaman on board a man of man ot war when that he refuses to touch them. before they struck the furniture anil up VARIABLE STROKE only two sets
aa was only nlnctrwt yMftol age dceerte4 holstery trade The
culture is 640,000 acres which could Otherwise ho gulps them down with proper. craze has of Bearings.
above any sums that ban already been caught and Bogged and dwee .ie.ded-de. for tome time prevailed in and Revolving
__1.pm and aired himself to a alare great rapidity. Although he measures England Best Hill Climbing and aU around
bnsbebj
peat for the college. With $20,000- be made to produce 96,000,000 trading rte.et four years after-trie he eighteen inches in length and weighs we will undoubtedly t* but a short Safety mads.

000 to ha expended, at the plan ha annually. He aays, in the second went back to England and SBarried Maryatle about five pounds he cause no troubleto while tee of it. Th wood i* selected
per the girt be bad been lormgfo* and has In the plain and i* la screens, over
that this product would afford horse at the trough, never t AT.rya.H. v -
Is preparing, nothing in the shape of a place, yean. He then equipped alarer of hto own ol them mantels, cabinet, clock CMM, tables
been known to molest one excepting ,
baIt million and shipped from Africa to the wets
seat of learning, so far u buildings employment to a people, Mcnxs Joe and cupboards corner bracket, hat rail, Cd
Indies and made a forSa_ In a few yean Ladlay's gray mare, MACHINE
paraphernalia, etc., go will be able to and give them an Income of $20,000- ( be became diinaUd with the business, and several time he has rueD out of the and article of light ware, and the idea Be SMITH

000. Instead of a deficit the revenue atodiad maOMOiatioa. Latir. Greek and He. water and snapped at bar while l aha was i* to paint them Ta frivolous styles or ap
compare with the Stanford Unlversi- ""'w..w.o..a ....... About that tirn ply to them poker work gesso 'rwk. SMITHVILLE,
ot
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I
dp\184r.
tT." to the state would be $220.000 Wtelej aa4 WfeiUUti beta tbalr great re- other decoration*.-{Upholsterer. N. J.








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ALLIANCETALKS. .1.0< language of the demand ,1. as follow tion, and i if this control sea supervision .GEORGIA BRIEFS. O.Carroll, of the Queen of and Crwc"nt I I I THE WIDE WORLD.
mute Superintendent TranspotMtloa
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'AI i i does not remove the abuse now existing,
George E. Xnt., and a large nntnbrr of -
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"We demand that the government we demand the government ownership( !

NEWS OF THE ORDER FROM shrill stablish sub-treasuries'or depoM- such means of communication and,traits. '* '.Newsy Paragraphs From Over other railroad officials. The !ineetlop was GENERAL TELEGRAPHIC AND ,
Tories in the several! sta'e- which shall\ portation. called foir the )urposo of a conference '

ALL SECTIONS. loin money direct to the people at a low 7. We demand that the tJon: reu'o' the State. between the offleiftli nnmca on rhftttcrsIn CABLE: :POLLINGS

rate of Interest, not to- exceed 3 per cent the United States submit sn amendment which they were all Interested. One .
per annum, on non-porishnbte farm products to the constitution providing for an election There will be no strike of the negro of the most important matters that wo* -

Items of Interest to Alliance- and also upon real estate, with of United State Senator by direct alllsncemen, but the movement came considered was the different scedulcs of Of Brief Items of Interest From' -

men Everywhere. proper limitations upon the quantity of vote of the'people of etch. State. within an ace of being endorsed in Georgia. -I the roads which were represented. This Sources.
done with a view to, getting better! Various
land and amount of money." So says E. 8. Richard*, : ras !
::- This does not contemplate the wild REFORM PAFBR8. superintendent of tue colored alliance In and more perfect connection. Several -_ ,: ,
The Mill
Creek, Oft. Alliance endorses indiscriminate; loans that is charged Georgia.The tery vital changes in schedules may remit Alarming account of I
followIng
The Farmer has the brigndag.
JVtywm'M
the Deal Alii-
of the Farmers'
platform ,, from tho meeting. '
ance "whetheriit be known the first against it, but expressly declares t" tbe timely article commendatory of the bill to provide for an Increase in growing out ot the famine, .-
as. .
contrary that the amount of both land the CllUe" Alllnec.'l'he the south of Russia ,
The taxation of state
the in tho
of North Carolina.
reform property
party or the third party, and that our press Cititeos' AU sac is the latest
'woi thy State President be instructed to and leaves loan all shall the be properly limited. It same reasoning and argument given, for has been favorably reported by the leitis- secret order in GenrpK. n-l l-tdsintj The annual season ot the Brothebo

stand upon it, even if it be called first or to the wisdom safeguards and limitation their support and encouragement by all lathe finance committee, the tax for 1801 from tho present outlook it promises to of LmoU.Engineers commenc .
third party.," and discretion of Congress members of the order holds goods in being raised from 9 4-10 mills to 31 bo almost as strong 6s the original farm Montrea !! '. ,

... !, wb all nan proper function this is to tagisIntj every section of the country. The flo- mills, and the tax for 1804 was! raised in, ers': Alliance. At the meeting recent of the The Paris Tempt say that Henry Mv; qStanley
mutters of character.
The Proyrtttitt Farmer says: "It Is upon prewrM Farmer says! bill from 2} mill. to 8.. This measuie Georgia alliance in Atlanta a resolutionwas 1 II planning a newCong*, expedition !' .

now pretty certain that many of the 'STATE 55 "In Nortn Carolina we have tan pa. was necessary to supply the treasury with adopted encouraging the organization for King Leopold.lion. : :
MKETIKOS.: funds \
farmer who oppose the Alliance tire not per that have joined the reform movement with which to pay the approprla; i.f citizens alliances the stste. No estplnna George B. LoHng, et-mlnl.tel -
,
at allaequ.tinteJ with its. doings or ob So far the results of the State meet- Very few If any of them t.rq new I tions made by this legislature.The >too went with! it. and the people Portugal, died suddenly heart
ings have
,jects. They accept the biased statements have disclosed been tery gratifying. They recruits.'their editors having been engaaed house finance committee has deci: all over Georgia who had not heard of ease at Salem, Mass., Monday.. t;
of partisan papers -,!thou making/ any n healthy growth in membcrrhlp in alliance work for some ;years. ded not to pay interest on the award of the movement in Kansas and other states Derby Rube' -
The entire of the
without the and, what is far better, .a' untty started the Western and Atlantic 'commission.Mr. plant .
Inrestigntioin or studying Most of these papers have been or began anxiously: Inquiring to 'find out f
.
her Oon
matter. 'This is very unfair." of sentiment and determination that is purchased with the view of advocating ., Whit field, struck the popular chord what the citizens' alliance was and who Company, at Birmingham ; ;,.

... sure to bring success and progress to the !, the reform movement In most cases in a strong speech against the |payment of wxs eligible,: to membership in it. Colonel was destroyed by fire Friday. -. _' _

The Milton '(W. Va) Star says: "Quite Order. In Mississippi, which was among our farmers were very anxious that these an interest, urging that! all the legislature Livingston in speaking of the new The German government prosecuting,

number of uninformed farmers labor the last to bold its meetings, tho brethren papers be started, knowing/ the great influence is bound to do is to make the award in ao ortll"r,SRya: "The Citizens'' Alliance is an the editor of the Kladderatscb for ridiculing '

under he delusion that the Alliance were practically a unit upon the de- of the pros when directed right. cordace with the finding of the commis. organisation bound to the Ocala plat the holy coat at Treve by a car* .

movement Is of ,very recent origin, and i mends of the Order, and were filled with Now the reform press has certaht dutle sion. Ills views prevailed, and the items form. Every male or female white person toon. ,C.
-
enthusiasm
will have but an ephemeral existence. over the'great work now in to perform. It mu
Such is not the case. Texas, the Stateof bitter drogress throughout the State. The The editors of such paper must be honest and Atlantic commission 180,044,04." It membershIp fo fAts order, who will sub stroyed by fire during the absence

its birth h..s just held her twelfth political contest and relentless truthful and fearless. There should will be so reported. scribe to the Ocala platform and the of the'inhabitants' a,a religious t
anneal 'State Alliance and the order in warfare that is being made on be extremist in the editorial choir '
the Alliance no The committee from the directorsof principles of the Farmers'Alliance.\ When festivity. :
Terns is much stronger in number andmore" / and solidified there,the has both'increased but at the same time a milk and cider the Piedmont exposition appointed they do that, they are not only full mem- Delaw.r Iron \Votk, at Newcastle '.

united in purpose and more deter. under difficulties membershipand thevitality man has no abiding place In the office of for .that purpose, bcrft, but are entitled, to all privilegesand Del, gutted by fire Saturday night.' '
mined in resolution than ever before. proved and great : a reform paper. Any paper fa ling went before Commissioner Slaughter benefits of other members of our hundred bands 'are-thrown out of .
of the Order.
vigor In MIssouri -
The order, however, in many of the' the to come up to the requirements will of the Southern Railway Passenger order in the state, or la the nation. Their t
State
States is young in years but strong/ inspirit and the honor of the meeting Alliance has vindicated.been held be dropped, from the list of reform Association recently and made a strong meeting can be cither secret or open, as .employment Dispatches of Mcndar that the. .
and growing fast. The order now, A should stand by our for low railroad the members fit. '1 my ,
The welfare of the Order it in papers.. paper plea rates to the expo t- see hey can participate have been fifteen deaths from -
In the United States numbers about four now loyal demands and work to change our cond tion. They made an able presentation equally with the alliance, componedof botm '
keeping and increase in board of her
a rapid majesty's
million members." bership and unification the brethren mem-. tions. But at the same time these papers of their side of the case, and Commissioner ; farmers, in all matters concerning the thon and at Iteamlhlp'Ia -. .
among should i I. _,
represent all chases. What Slaughter) gave them a respectful public. Redbreaat
The Fret Pre (Winfield, Kans.,) nys: : The brethren is looked in for the in State the near future.and the duty of the members nf the Alliance hearing and said be would announce the M.r. itt.ne,. fan the Widow.. ; Saliburg, Pa., nine work i-V

"Jfoftof the so-called farmers or agricultural are loyal and the general public The members of rate later. The matter for fixing a rate ErfcUand widow confederate men on a Icatoldlder.. bridg wer j.l#.
intelligent, and can be trusted to do what every
are nothing but partisanplpert the Alliance own and interested In bus been left thrown into the river by a .
papers is right and All Alliance are entirely with Mr.: Slaughter soldier, who is able to make the proper ,
clothed In a garb calculated to members should proper. good the the success of these papers financially by agreement of the association. proof, will hereafter receive a pension of Four of thct* were,fatally injured. -

deceive the people. 1 he farmers cannot, Condition in Missouri rejoice and at aid the changed brethren and in the success of the reforms they Under a resolution adopted by the \late $tOO a year' frum. tho state of Georgia. The national committee of the ,world. c, .

afford to suppoit papcrt that are opposing there la their contest, for a correct Interpretation advocate. Hence it is apparent that they Alliance convention a committee was appointed That bus been practically settled. by the fair, arrived in New 'York Saturday. -

their interests. For years these pa- of the demands of the Order. should give the papers the most liberal to confer with the owners of the action of the house finance -committee. They report that everyCountryfuEurope,:'

pen have taught' the farmers that they 'Etonoinitt., support possible.! Self protection ,Is the Farmers' Alliance to get control of the This same legislature/ at its last session with the exception.of Italy",wfll bo represented
should let politics alone and tbat working first law of nature. therefore these '
'
.*. papersare Alliance Farmer, published in Atlanta.' begun the good work. It appropriated .

,: t/k .tif.ftnaa harder' and and mrvttt harder nf was ttlf. tniflfMl the key-note.. that STAND BY THE DEMAKD8. first entitled of all. to Our the National support of and farmers, State A great many conferences were held, but 00.000($ for this 'tJlfrpoBe. Ie bclnff the Thir.daathu nrrnrrod. n_ r in. flKl'- .>-lh f ._lllA_n.,.
-- -- opinion' then' that there were not .
i The Tarboro Advocate no agreement reached. The gordlan moro from diphtheria. The
bad about must rises to remark
legislation baa brought "The i organs are entitled to liberal suppor'and knot was severed a few dave ago when than .h! hundred people' in the state eligible public schools bavo been 'closed.! Pby
be attributed to this attempt to keep the more we read the comments of the
issues be'
to discussed
great ought Col. Oaittgot control and Mr. Brown / for that pension. How far oil that slcians are alarmed at tho malignity of
farmer out of politics. It has been tho press of both parties, and note its Attitude in their columns. Hut the local
papers walked cBtlmitto WHS everybody knows. Alre the '
out. Then Col. Qantt 'idy Disease. ,
opened :
toward
schemes of the and it is tho Alliance the.
money kings, more should have moro liberal than
support
Captain W. II. Harrison who in addition
time their united and determined xhautd be in negotiations with committee from tin Dispatches of from Dajton
that the opening we ,
people were they ever have ba .
eyes to the true. situation of affair" our efforts to secure the reform measures not depend on a little meat pipers from politicians Alliance, the result of which U that the to his duties secretary of tho executive 0., stale that If not com, be .
' S which the Allinnce baa Inaugurated. paper remains the organ of the Alliance, department, I is expected tt> look foro the 20th instant, the '
and others tb entire grower
: ,Dakota Jlitrttlltt S.(Huron S. D.) tays: There is an under-current: that is sweepin ly upon a legitimate( y subsctiption depend list* under the supervision Of the committeeof bus after all received the pensions. Already ho have in the sheds the 19elltelt 'WIn -
? agiinst the foundation of three, with Qantt as editorial writer applications from the Miami .
"One ean hardly pick up a republican our order and advertising patronage. Another crop valley eer ;
and 8,700 widow. That
thero .
paper of the North or a democratic ot the with such a force that unless vigilantly thought right here. Our people must 'manager.N. at least four thousand eligible to this aro Cablegrams of Tuesday reveal n terrl-, _
South'without finding one are more editorials watched; and earnestly resisted, will hate stop sending such a great moss of matter C*tltntlanal. blo state of thoVolgaproviecos, .
there
I articles the tho effect of destroying much of the lion. William II. Fleming, who loin pension seems no doubtTho affairll
smiching of
or copied for publication to the State and National} which this Rusila. women and children' '
.character of the Alliance leaders. Such' power and influence of the organization. time ago introduced a bill to restrict pensions question legislature, therefore wander about
organs. When a man begins an article: utterly .exhausted, .
had to meet almol ,
would
was.whether It
While t those soldiers who "
>
brethren had less
not considered faithful unless our are sanguine of >aocomplishlng than
.papers are for publication he naturally wants It to shrieking for on the market
stand its ,
places.
.they ran show their ardor in that particular many things for the good of, reach as 13,000 of properly, or an income of less by determination pay a hun
people as possible. The
many Owing dred-dollar physicians ot John '
; line. No word of commendation fhe urganiz ition, they should not be forgetful -' to this the larger reform than $aoo per year said recently that pension to each loldle, 'Fitzgerald;'
pipers are crowded widow. For has president of the Irish National}
he was now satisfied the two yean that question League of
for the Alliance or the principles it advocates of the fact that tho mightiest almost out "f existence. Now* send pension problem -
been before tho finance committee. The America, fay* he survive his''attack '
could not be' solved In that -
in in their columns forces arrayed against to be way. JIll wi
ever seen us are resisted some of thunder to local Allii
your of .
hence,' what rot it Is for men who are ; and in order to resist ance and to air your views bill, as a plan or line of policy, was endorsed deficiency appropriation bill 'was under congestion of braiD, but admit 4
paper try your by the Ounce conslderstluo, and one paragraph in that that mentally bo will never bo Tiimself ',
laboring to extend the principles of the them successfully we must be united home This will not committee but
among your
order to still cling/ to the filth that is in one solid line. We must hazard I detract anything from people.the efficiency Mr. Fleming has given a closer examination referred to widows' pensions. There has again. -

poured,in upon them weekly. Fight for almost anything in order'to the State and National for to the constitution on this (toint.aud been great/ deal of discussion of: this Ex-President Francis VI'. Kennedy and; ,

your own and your enemies will respect secure the utmost unity and harmony are always full to tho brim organs"and, they add has been forced to the conclusion that the, subject To a few of tho members it did tjc-Cashler Henry F. Kennedy, of ,th&; -
for hood is in the may legislature can not make Income not seem as if the state was able to grant wrecked Spring Garden National -
you your man !. Tho fight now organization The moat essential Interest to the local, Above all property or b.nk. .
paper.
on. The question Is, shall we be freemen prerequisite to the securomeut of any re give your local more liberal an element of qualification or disqualification .' so liberal a pension In view of 'the great were on Tuesday sentenced by Judge But,- 'I -

or wage slave! 'dhall the citizen form in which tho masses of the peopleare port. Don't paper for sup in the mattel of pensions. number of applicants; but the majority' ler, in Philadelphia, to ten years'impri .

'or the dollar rule"" interested is unity, and we admonishour cratic paper. p-ty that your don't money care whether pluto- To'do so would be to add a condition wore emphatically in favor of the pensions consent each. .

5; brethren throughout the country to are slave or free citizens. Spread them you uot embraced la the constitution. Some remaining as they were first put- A Shanghai. Chins, correspdndent of- ij
'The Alliallc4 JlMtor (Falkville, Ala.;) stand by the demands as adopted at among the peoplo and make them inter other plan will hive to be suggested, or' $100 I e"ch-.nd when the vote wu taken the London Times says that!tho '< ;
"The Alliance Ocala Florida." the embodiment else tho rate of taxation will have, be 1340,000 was appropriated "for each of cu.tr. ,> ,"
says: comprises a majority Thay are -_ rstiog.If you bean business do this, if to authorities then have seized a quantity > '' :. -
"
f 0E the voters of Alabama. These -the essence-of the principles of not get out of the,reform, movement and materially increased to pay the pension the years of 1801 and 1803. of arm and ammunition Jrse, .' '

voters have the right to their opinions, honest, just, wise and economic government go to work on the other side. list. for a secret society at Chlog Jutoadc 1. ,
and it is I Th. !!... CU.... JlnBi .
to their policies, to their plans and their our, duty to maintain THE OFFER elgnnri/ are implicated. .
REFUSED.
them. The Confederate home will\ be closed
purposes. They are simply exercising After calm and deliberate reflection CROP
REPORT Cable
until the next legislature shall have had dispatches of Saturday, fron,
the right of citizenship in all they have they were formula'eel for adoption
London '
undertaken and all they propose to ac by that great convention and seeing in a chance to act upon it. If it is not Ryan's Creditors Will Not 'Accept state that a serious :'outbreak ofpleuropneumonla "

complish. They have all their material them the embodiment of wisdom and justice For September--Condition of then accepted, the trustees will sell it the, Thirty Cents.A land )I. reported In Cumber .
interests and the welfare of their children they were adopted. as the platformof Cotton and Corn. and the sum realized will be equitably New and it 1 Is fertd "pediree: '
dlvited thou York dispatch says: There short horns ir.. Intastaif_ _. (_?_utla_, _.1.._..,_. I I
the who .
involved in the result. It Is not only Farmers' Alliance and Industrial The September report of the department among subscribed to will be no compromise with Ryan's nu n'
their right, but their duty to do all they Union of America. TT6 have espoused a agriculture, hued hu m Washngn the fund. This wsA tlin rf !niitnn- -- nl thu creditors at thirty ceuta on the dollar slaughtered are valued at $33,500. '

are undertaking. They would be recreant great cause-one that requires gigantic Thursday, mark. a reduction in board of trustees which met in Atlanta and probably not for anything near that A Washington dispatch of Tuesday
to the demands of manhood and Sorts on the part of an oppressed and the condition of cotton during the past on the Oth lost. Those present at the figure. It was expected that the offer says t Tbe .department J* in igao '

very obligation incumbent upon them if down-trodden class of people to throw month of six points, from' 88.0 to 82.7.' meeting, were Cot. W. L. Calhoun, president of 80 cents would have been accepted vance of the reported eolp'of nfm.

they should do less. A majority of them off the fetters of the enormous money August Is the critical period in the ) W. IL harrison, secretary; Jinn Friday but it was rejected almost unan coda to Ute Ban : it -

regard thu union of the West and South powers of the country, and let not petty growth of the cotton plant, ana' sixteen Nelson lift, of Albaay, lion. T. E. II..- imously. This created great surprise that if tba ex-president''his'succeeded yIn -

as the eailest, Jest and safest plan to be jealousies end bickerings estrange )'ol1.1n times in twenty years has deterioration scogale, of Milledgeville, Mr. Richard and inquiry as the cause of their refustl getting aboard a, United State' naval-,. I
pursued, and those who claim to be their the fight against these monsters. been indicated by the returns of Septem Ilobbs,'of Rome,,Mr. J. Gunby Jordan, developed a live sensation. A meeting val be will not be .urr uderedVj /
.
.leaders should seek that consumma *.. !her 1st In four exceptional yean August of Columbus. Mr. W. 3!. Towm, of of the Ryan creditor was called Friday A series of uperlment, with "smoke, f '

tion. tax:OCALA DEMANDS-KEEP: THEM BEVOHB averages/ were relattelylow, and the decline Rome, Mr. W. II. Ross, of Mscuo, General afternoon to consider Ryan's propositionto less powder is "onductor at New*, tt

.. THE FKOFLB.la. had occurred during the previous Clement A. Evans, Captain E. P. at 80 cents on the dollar. port torpedo station; the
The Peoplb Journal (Lompac,' Cal.) We demand the abolition of national month. Ilowell, Mr. S- M. Inmao, Mr. Donald .ettl thousand dollars of Ideal powder for I'. bOl.d been -

..ylt' "AJliancomen as wellas, others, banks., CAUSE Or TOB: REDUCTION. Bale, Dr. Amos Fox, Major Foute, of claims hudre represented by tho credl- obtained a. a veiocfty.of'2,180 feet '
pet
ihould not believe ou -half the reports of b. We demand that the governmentshall The cause of the presmt reduction on Cartersrville, Captain J. W. English ton present. A few of j the creditors second wss given( a lifle ball with, the Iowl .

Alliance doings thit are telegraphed to establish Sub-Treasuries or depositories the Atlantic coast has been the excess of Captain W. D. Ellis, Mr. W. A, Hornp- present expressed themselves pressure of 11.8 too In the ,

the city dailies from the east. They are in the several titates:! which shall rain, causing an ever 'o"b of the plant bill, Judge W. II. Newman, lion. William as being willing to accept the chamber. wde '

generally framed to suit ,the schemes of loan money direct to the people at a low >nd diminishing the tendency to fruitage. i Smith of Ouinette county Male' compromise offered, but the majoritypositively Owing' to for fractional silver -
the enemies of the Alliance movement, rate of interest, not to exceed two percent From' Alabama westward the drought M. C. Klier, Judge George Illifyer" Dr. refused. This created considerable coin the foqurrei ( .
and i' cause dissensions in the was the main factor of tl> e loss, aulated R. D. Spaulding and T. L. Langiion. SI.te treasurer has pre
they can )>er annum, on nonperishable larmDroducts surprise, it bad been the talk a circular that halves
.
ranks of the Alliance on this coast, or and also upon rial estatr, with by the bollworm and caterpillar Tbe con. A C.plle.t.d Law Mutt.! that the compromise would be accepted pare and .t.UDJ be, DeW ,

deter farmers and laborers from joiningthe 'proper limitations upon the quantity of nd Jition. Tennessee.lowtst In In Arkansas, Louisiana _AH_Preliminary.__ft'.._ .1._ _. ....steps. .___,have_.__ .:been'-_. _taken In. by all. The meeting adjourned with the sum of $200 or more bv einre tur* .he)or'cbul. DJ. -
organization! the object aimed at will land and amount of money. a few counties of I & .un"nUlnDKIIargeamoltnt- ; above result, and inquiry began to be or by raglsteredmstl In. -
be accomplished. The leading organs of e. We demand that the amount of The Texas heavy rainfall the morning '01. I of money-perhaps half a million dollars. made as to the cUe of the refusal of the of $00, registration sums or '
either medium be increased lowed by hot sunshine the afternoon Some peculiar legal points are multple chsrg ,
both the great political parties circulating speedily offer by the eredltn It developed tlit)2r point in the
sneer at or boldly antagonize the Alliance to not leas than $50 per capita. h is caused a serious shedding of the forms. also Involved in the case, which is one Rysn's in the any UDi' Sttlo,

movement and the smaller fry copy their 2. Thnt we demand that Congress The most serious complaint are of shedding of the most complicated c..ses ver filed. dry goods tl.nt competitors* in the A cablegram! of .the

remarks as so much solid truth. From shall pasi such laws that will effectually ; fruit and leaves, rotting of bolls, Mr. A. 8. Clay of Mr:>tta, and Judge Several of Atlanta's large dry Russian town of Odessa say//. It 1s announced .

this time on till\ after the election next prevent tbe dealing in future of all agricultural sprouting of seed in thejbolls.jrust: stand IL B. Tompklns. of At'aota' : r< present goods cu dealers spent some time in New tht. 874 estate* belonging to
leg of open cotton, in few log Mrs. Mary D. Mead aiia IX members ucbillt.r will t* sold
fall Alliance men may be on the looking and mechanical productions; except a !ocjli'ic 8. Edison York during the past month, and have by
for all manner of "yarns" in a certain providing a stringent .).tem of proced. where the cotton worms are unusually were the movers In the matter. It is been, naturally doing all in their auction in Octoberunder; forllo.U by

class of psprrs calculated to injure a ure in trials that will secure the prompt destructive.In a suit against Senator Joseph E. Brown power to enough They the state bank. The N.t sri ,

movement; that la becoming/ terror to conviction, and imposing such penalties the area affected by the drought and Mr K. B. 8'ablman, of the Nanh- say that if the compromise mad. all over European Rul.,' and tho
the capitalists sad monopolists whose u shall secure the most perfect compliance rust; and shedding also occur, The sud viUe Railway Company and the Nssb- and the Ryan stock put .on the sale Indicate the desperate straits t -

golden riveted collars tbe conductors of I with tbe law. den extreme of temperature, coot night villa, Chattanooga and Bt Lou's' Kail way Atlanta market at bankrupt which the1ndodsobIUtyarer'e4..

nich Journals wear." I 3. We condemn the silver bill recently followed by hot day., have been product Company. These defendants are sued would mean ruin for their .pt1 I A Chicago dispatch pf Saturday wysj

... pas-ed by Congress and demand In lieu lye of similar Indication of deteriora as officers of the old Western and Atlantic They have been openly a work, an&rde..1 to I Of the $3,000,000 subscribed by Chicago

The Independent (Grind Forks, N. D.) thereof the fees and unlimited coinage I dODo Any cause reducing vitality and Railway Company, and their administration the may b attributed the failure of the citizen for tba world'*, .fair Treasurer'Beeberger

.ysi "The opponents of the sub-treas silver. threatening decay, produce these frequently of this property and distribution compromise. Tny bought Isrga bills of says $3,960,000 in roved num
4. We dea>snd the of laws indicated diseases and conditions. of the assets are involved Itj goods from hers has
ury plan ought to address themselves to passage some of tbe. the task of showing how much preferableit probi'iitlng alien ownership of land, and STATE AVK1UOU Of COHDITIOW. the suit. The purpmo of these proceed. creitor with lbs understanding that more, within a 4

is for the farmers >6 ell product at lh.t Cringle* t.klf iwixot actio In d. The relative degree of loss from these ings is to have the court appoint receivers tb.y'ere not to accept Ryan'* over two, baa been received, tb$ ,O.O 4&J h -

cost of production and piy the syndicate vise some plan to obtain all land now causes is indicated by the state average to take charge of the properly WM done with dealer who repre bond Tot by the wi b' I'. .
which purchases them from 50 to 100 percent owned by aliens and foreign syndicates; of the condition, which are as follows owned by the old Western and Atlantic lot a large amount of the claim and Tete, it !Is
profit when they are consume-l. and that all Itnds now held by railroids Virginia 78, loaa of 8 point; North Railway Company prior to the 97th "! itself practically clpp.d thecomprwniiie place i on th & elp&. b ,

Thai U tbe condition now The elevator and other corporations in excels of suchas Carolina 70, gain of 4 points; South last December, ..Leo tie lease expired in bu Bat it Is said A of Saturday from Athens,
trust Icon top. Tbe question Is, should Is actually used and needed by thembe Carolina 81, lot* of 2 luiots: Georgia and the road went Into the bands of the tberwent further orde to n ":. aim cableg A corrected estimate of

tliia clonknv frint rnliherv continue or reclaimed by the government and held 82, loss of 4 points; Florida 88. loud- Nashville, Chattanooga and 8' Louis of t"Jec1meD of the offer ; the number of drowned a result
;
m&e-b
'-d th fur actual settlers only. 8 Alabama Railway Company. The object of the PIO" UIL
ffoverament best provide protection points; 83 loss of !. Bowl The Alliance offers the fl. Believing in the doctrine of equal Mississippi 83, Ion of 10 p..lnU; Louisiana petitioners is to place the affairs fa such brought op'qulte an amount of the claims between the Italian steamship Taorrolnao }

ub-tresury.. If th..,. is a better or right: to all end .special privilege to 83, !10oll,1 :3 poInts; Texas (2, lois 8h.pe that the debt can be paid oft, at. at 34 cents ou Ibm dollar,
moreeffirievt plan to meet the demands none, we demand of 10 poiajs; Arkansas 80, Ion of 9 ter which the residue of assets shall to tha fifty tbsir UI by the ..
Jpl.Jo
a. Tb-t our national legislation shall distributed > the \ ,
and requirements let it be brought forth. points, Teonesae. 8t. gain of 3 points.A *m< nif shareholders of TWO BROTHES sinking Tarla. A previous PIn ,
be so framed in the future a* not to buildup the dissolved: company. LYNCHED.
But the robberies ought not to estimate received number
contiane.present nor oujht the government to one industry at the expense of an WATERY GHA VB. 1Ic1I..I. t'.U ......,."... I i drowned at over place tb. .' '", of V I'

them to continue. The farmers other. The leoeallDlllagerft and general} passenger They Ked a Sheriff Who Wa oc .
permit '
want the sro'CTUm..t to perform it. i. We further demand a removal of the Forty People Perish In a Steamship j scents of the soutbern railroad to Arrest Them.A -1---- -a:. ," i
existing tariff tax from the necestitic. -
heavy met Sa''Atlanta on the 9ih 'lost.
fucctloa to protect toe citizen from There telegram from K .
lobber;. They pay for the protection. of life, that the poor of our land Collision.A I were present General Manager Joseph G. About 1 Smel, taoridaitcrowd says a: ELORIDA'S HEW S HAI9.Rt t_

They want it; they are entitled to it. must have. cablegram of Friday from Athens, Metcalfa, of the Louisville and Nashville 11'"o'cli where tba O1I11- -" ."""-w ,
)f they shall persist and insist they will e. We further demand a Just and equItable Greece, states that a collision has Uken ,, road; General Manager O. IL Hudson. land brother t Jl the The Governor Ekf .

get It. The question most be met It system of graduated tax oo Incomts. place! off Cape Colonua, tba most southern of the East Tennessee road; General charge of assassinating AppoJnt J "'

vaLet be settled aright It will be settled I point of AtUcm, between the Italian : Manager W. U. Green Ricbiqond and 8htf.1IcCaque.and forced Tallahassee DavllsoDi'A .
arigir, if there U any in votes; d. We believe that the money of the I steamship Taorimina pf tb*Italian )!fjI. l>ao villa rood; General Passenger Agent .PTrwer th 6a. tba ,
power f up Fleming, oa
and votes decide every issue in this count.lhouh' be kept as much u possible sogerie* Uompaoy, and tba Greek steamship C. P. Atroore. of the Louisville andXuhrilU The Gilhiand boys t were then ky.I Robert Tuesday, .Pp 4t.-Co
In bands of the people and tk. JQ 11,
the Tbeaaalia. The Taorimin
: sank00B road; General Passenger Agent a ravine a distance .
country. .% hence we demand that all national and after the accident drowning her Jkverly W. Wrenn. of tU East Tennessee add lb. eoofesaioa Wft could city be YIortd t b United Btlt M *tQ trn 4 I

f,4XD UJUTS.Th" State revenues snail be limited to the necessary captain several of her craw aad foity of i road} General SuperiUto dcAt J. W.' The boy the lit *,of f the ', ,tb .
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Eanurmut There I* mock : expense of the government economically tba passenger Tba second 'oQcer of Ysaghn, of the East Tennessee road; prard 4lt". .t mob 1* fau th legfs'atu1. J< .tc& a .u 1.
"YII t Wilkinson
and honestly administered. thaTaormlM suds number of paavgen. General Manager J. R. KJnley of tba to have no Cnl l" :
b.. led considerabliinls..pptehraudois supposed from D vid
which |
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coaf&4oa to
6. Wa demand lbs mart rigid, honest who were .tud I. on the bridge Atlantis Coast !!..; General Paaaeneer Whitely and Laurel com couatits neatly B iintivaomoriJ* w.
In regard to the land. and just SteU and national governmentalcoetr.tsn4mperviaicisol at the tkaa tba eolUaioo recurred, werasaved 1 Agent Issues L. Taylor, of th* Riehinon4ad was well known and bad where teal e ca fr tba Flnt jricrit dis :j
looo demand of the AllunfQ. Tbapr* the means ofpublic by boat of the The***)!*. J DuvUU road; General Manager M. .e-msscutUe. 7e" MV1g t
conunuoicatioa and tnruport- f1 first e.ct4 i* n7f.

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-f THE EAST COAST ADYOCATB. 4- How fickle U I fortune Not more hue the thousands of' prospective Come to Indian- River. JAMS PBITCHARD President W. U. BBOWJT; W., Casliler.B. BARNETT, 'face-President j j 1

into whose the
subscribers
than a month ago we read of the hand Ro irabllhcd by Bequest.The '

WCTWAfc-tHtVOTED TO Tae DCYMOMUXT >> victories of Balmaceda, the celebrated county pamphlet will fall, suppose INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
A WnfttY
or THB nrwAK KITE* AID ; Chilian revolutionist; we that the Star was the Only newspaper Agricultural statistics of Brevard /

LAKE WORTH '1CC110 .. now read that, hunted like a dog published in Brevard county, county for the year ending June 30th,
with no avenue of he which would have been the natural 1801, M compiled by the County Assessor (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
escape open,
In favor
volumes
W. R. Sanders speak -
Washington Titusville has blown out his brains prefering result, If our announcement did Authorized
'Office: Avenue of the Indian River country as an capital, 100,000
Indian River Florida. to abandon the ills he had, and 1,1ty not appear as well as that of the orange growing section over the interior I ('' Paid '
to others that we know not of." Star If the work is to be done in portions of the State. During the past ...... up capital, $25,000

Jacksonville-and we repeat we winter, when the Times.Unton published Average deposits, $140,000 '

are not able to vouch for the truthof the daily telegraphic reports from the
PUBLISHED EVERY PBIDAY.r RAILROAD authorities at Jacksonville New York, Boston and Philadelphia or-
and elsewhere report the such a report-we do not believe ange markets, showing that the Indian Transacts a General Banking '

and business that either of the ,newspapers published River fruit brought on an average, $1.00
freight
Bttltnr.I........u.. FALTER. 8. GRAHAM. passenger as at the county seat will have a box more than those from Interior portions Business. '
heavier than before for
ever known
our brothers in other sections
Associate-Editor A Manager.M. IL W AL'OJI. the month of September. Florida's any use for advertising I space in I I were envious. The Time f Union had no
the pages of the foreign production the of Largest and Oldest Bank
prosperity has acquired such a momentum interest in exaggerating quality on the IDler
/- We know of at least one hun the Indian River product, but simply -
that short of
nothing
Bttend a\ he TltnuTlllo Pontofflce. M Second- a dred,dollars in advertising patron. published the dry Quotations, M they DIRECTORS
Clan Mall Matter.TERMS chain of unfortunate circumstances
very hand from leading commission
which the if came to J AI.I'ItrrcRAao,W.II.
age county will lose BAReLrr(]}tyf 1,1Dcnee.aVice.PreBank
can prevent the coming men. The report of the Assessor bears of
season from being the most the work is. done at Jacksonville, out these quotations.Take !: e National lllank.i

Invariably !. Advance, the State has ever known.pros and> we believe there is at least one the matter of oranges as given Baow'.ville), W.> So ORARA end W. II.
perous bun dred'doBars more of which we In his statistics, and It tells not only of CORRE8I'OImtlfTlI.
Jtr Check. Poe Poet ., or One and Two Cent have no record. high prices, but of greater producing ,,. Seaboard National Dank of New York
RUMORS have been floating about > Quality per tree. It Is well known that National Bank of Jacksonville and
Tear ......................".........1.110 the the Under these circumstances u the growers of the interior do not estimate TITUSVILLE9 20
P1MontIIM.. ...........*.*.."..............1.00 town, during past week to FLA.
not home
Three Months,*........n.....................I MBtegl effect that the J., T. & K. W. By. may pay to snub the on an average more than one box
Copy,................................... do Co. to extend their line printer, to say nothing of the principal per bearing tree, and are satisfied If they .
Ant to any Addreu U. ft.or Canada,Prepaid proposes involved. Remember that if realize on an average $1.25 per box.
south as far as Coquina, and have The number of bearing trees in Bre-
-- the work is done on Indian River yard for the June SO T.
county ending MURPHY
bold onrdelve responsible for thr" trains running to Rockledge before year
do not
We nlon* of our correspondent*, but we claim the close of the year. We have every cent paid for the work, except 1801. was 70,311; the number of boxes, ,
right to reject any communication.Cbmmnnlcatlnnii the cost of paper, will be circulated 118, -o w a box and a half per tree.
heard this chestnut fall for
every I The price* realized was $202,070, or over
for pubfiratiommnatbewrib our own merchants.
ton plainly on one ilite of the paper only,and the past five years ; and while we I would'not among $2.2.1 per box. .
......1<" In every ease be accompanied l>y thewrlter'e do not believe-in view of the extensive It follow the beaten These facts are well worth the attention Jacksonville MachineAnd
nam and eddres., not necenwrlly for track whefe goes the thousands of any one who contemplates com
of good faith repairs being made to the
publication, but at a guarantee
j and thousands of dollars which'are ing to Florida and engaging In orange
railroad dock at Titnavllle-:that the Indian culture.: As a writer from an interior ,
there is any foundation in the paid by people of point said in the Timct-Union during the

ADVERTISING RATES present report, yet we must ad River every year, for the thousandand controversy on this subject last Spring, IronWorks

ha TtAK. mit it is only a question of time one things we could Just as "If It Is true that Indian River oranges ,

One Inch........................!?.?? when extension south by the line well make at home. bring a dollar a box more than those > .
Two Inch,.....:.................111.110 While we, ourselves do not expect from this section, it would pay ns to
e Three Inch,........,.......I..... 2fI.1IO in question will become necessary, ,, abandon our groves and start anew'on ENGINES AND MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
Four Inch.............;......./. 3 ..ooff and in view of the wonderful development to get the Job, for we cannot Indian River"-his words were as trueas 1PUMPS, >
Cot.,...... 00.00lial
Five Inch, or Quarter
t Column..................... M.OO which Is in along I smile a sufficiently sweet smile upon gospel-it would pay the growers of
whole COlomo.................100.00 process the committee on printing to the Interior to abandon their old homeland Made and Repaired.
the entire of the river
length extension come to Indian River where they
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TM Six Months,divide the yearly rate by two south will not be delayed bring about- such 'a result, we do will not only get 60 per cent advance in

IIICI add 10 per ants many years longer-possibly not earnestly hope the work will be price lor their product, but their trees : CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS, PIPING & SUCTION

Tor Three Month, divide the yearly rate by more than one, and certainly not done at home. will average a crop 60 per cent in excess i

tar,and add M: per cent. more than five_ of what they. get in their -present locations. For: Phospha1e; 33roc1ging.: :
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Notice to Shippers of Fruits and
local Advertisement,>Ten Cents Per Line Facts, like those we have submitted,

Ba.Insertion. Ws have received a fine box of Vegetables. are the proper material With which to OFFICE WORKS:

otnmni Nil Beading,Fire Cents Matter Per,Line not Each in Local Inaertlon'Ne.:." cigars from Capt. II. C. Starck of Ntw YORK-Sept. 20th, 1291. fill and the we hope new those Brevard having county the pamphlet matter in, 134 & 136 East Bay Street Jacksonville Fla

Malabar, and we can say without Eat Coast Advocate: charge will consider our suggestion. It ,
legal Advertisement at Legal Rat.. hesitation that they give about as Mr.: Alfred Sutherland, representing Is prompted solely ,by the interest we Bjan-6mo ,

Jut the above rates are for one edition per good a smoke as it has ever been this house, will be at the verett, Jacksonville field.feel In development of our chosen E. O. BLAIR. -

-.k. our lot to enjoy. If our readers \ on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. > D. B. THRASHER

Merchant and all other to whom we are who are in the habit of buying their 20th and 27th, and would be pleased to
meet fruit lIe will Grow Pecans. Blair &
shipper
on Thrasher
ladabtad will oblige nl by presenting their bill. weeds by the box, at Jacksonvilleand to Enterprise any the grove of Fred'k.go Denary :
OM lit of every month for prompt wttlenent.EP -
elsewhere will give Mr. Starcka and from there to Havana, stopping ,

"Bill collected monthly, If not thenrlae triii) order, we are satisfied they i iI In Florida again on his return. The following Is a clipping from the
greed upon. I will be more than pleased with'' Yours truly, > Creswlck (Australia) Advertiser, written PRODUCE :BROKERS: :
I GKO. LKSTKB air Co. by Mr. J. R. Ender, of Phoenix City,
Check,etc.may IN.made payable to "Graham both the price and quality of his Ala., father of our Mr.: J.:E. Ender, who

Walton." goods. It would also pay our merchants sent it to the above journal for publication Commission &
who handle cigars to test Fort Pier: e. : Distributing Merchants
"The pecan nut having recently been ,
Address all communication to ,' the ability of this home manufac -
brougut under notice the
by Secretary
KAflT COAST ADVOCATE, turer, and give him an opportunityto Last week we had all the rain we want for Agriculture, who has distributed a 153, WEST BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE FLA.

compete with the manufacturers ed. Part of the back woods Is still pretty few about the colony for experiment In P. O. Box, 701.,

TrruiYiLtc, rixwiDA. ftom whom order at dis wet. growing, the following extract from a
P.0.Do,4L .' they a .
I notice the fishermen have arrived. letter received by Mr.: J. J. Smith, froman
tance. With proper encouragement By the noise they made today, I judge old friend now residing In Phoenix ORANGES AND PINEAPPLESA
The Town Council it Is possible the small factor they are making big haul. > City, Ala., U. S. A., the.following letter '

Malabar may become quitea The+ truck gardeners are ill busy now, may not be uninteresting have recently -- _ST->_T7.nTAT__.6_.TV" ... -

IfeW fie regular meeting y eatnday.. urge establishment and the i planting out their beds for winter crops.. mine, making purchased my the lot 120 adjoining acres.. place- I have to Consignments orali kinds of Fruits,'Vegeta.bes! and Produce Solicited.LIBERAL .
Uttlo business of of thousandsof which I hope will be a good one.
Very Importance was means keeping many
just planted 72 pecan trees: which will ADVANCES MADE.: PROMPT, RETURNS.
tta&sacted. The list of registered voters dollars at home which at The schooner Marlon li expected shortly yield all successful In ten
present ( things being ) References: National Bank of the State of Florida; W. JL Sharpe, Sharpen; T. V.:
wan carefully examined and the follow go outside of the county, if not from the ,Keys, where she went for years about $5 a tree.' I intend to put Moore: Eden; Wells Sons, Plant City, pto. 12jun .
ing-names were stricken from the list: the State. fifty thousand slips for people'aroundhere. In more as I go along. A pecan tree will
)yield at 20 years of age, U bushels of
K.R. Anderson, W. :Andrews, 8. A. nut, worth now $3 and more per bush THE TROF OALTRUNKLINEJacksonville :
J. P. Blake Sam Blal j. W. Mr. Butler Is busy setting up his mill
Belcher el. They have been that for the last 40
THE COUNTY PAMPHLET at St Lucie, and hopes soon to have it
Brown, II. C. Carey Chas. Christian II. : AGAIN.If In running order. Then we will be able )'ean plant which, you, see, is $45 per tree. Tampa $ Key West System.
We 48 trees to the I intend
Dl W. A. Howland Oeo. nous- acre.
Ilericy, to get all our lumber at home.
planting 10 acres of them. They will
ton,J. N.> Jones, Max: Von Koppelow, Mrs. Jennings and son left today for yield more than that many acres of an Trains leave Jacksonville,via J..T.&K. W.,8.SO a.m. Sundays 12J5 dally;
1KB. Kelllx, Willie Walker, William R. the printing of the county Titusville. Her son has been quite sick orange grove. They are as much used 4:00p.m.Train.daily lean except Jacksonville Sunday. Arrive: Oa. m.. l: : Sp.ra,8aOf..m.V!
via East Coast Lines 80 .
dally 4:00 .
Walker, Chas. Watson, W. D. Watson, pamphlet should be done at Jack. lately, so she has gone up to consult a as oranges, and whereas oranges are only .M p m. dally except Sunday. Anise : Oa.m.,8:40p.m.a.mn : ; p.m. Sunday only;

KogSne: White; W. O. Lee, J. F. Miller: aonville, it is claimed that .the doctor about him. are In in season season part the of whole the year year, round pecan,nuts and Trains Train leave arrive Tltniville TituaTUlolOuth north bound boun&6.-00 640 aon.pan.,,daily dally except except Sunday.Sunday. .

It; C Miller: Henry May: David Moore: County. Commissioners will save Mr.: VTeekes, from Ten Mile Creek, paid"Bosedale" keep from year to year. They can be

"'John, Myers: Oeo. J. Meroler, Thos. M.: quite a large sum of money. The on: Tuesday pineapple and was plantation a visit sent to London as easily as Brazil nuts Indian River Steamboat Co.

KacNnlty A. M.: .Osborn, John Peterson, bid of the Times. Union was very to find such,a beautiful greatly place. surprised can be sent from South America, and are

Stephen E, Rice, II. J. Rood, Milton: much lower than the figures of much nicer. They are oblong in shape
Pineapples seem to be all the rage with smooth shell. The Inside Is something
Smith, Lee Smith, F. O, Schell, E. H. either the Star or the ADVOCATEat here. Every one who have not got any like our walnut. The nut is full,

Titus,Augustus Thomas, Isaac Williams least such is the report; we are are starting them this year. Mr.: Paine sweet and nice. The shell is a greyish

TK 1C. Wood, P. M.: Young. not able to vouch for the truth of has nearly five acres out, which look very i brown color. Shell thin \n good kinds, ,

The registration books will be kept open the statement. It does not follow nice. but there are several kinds; some very .
smalL The southern are the best
front 0 to 12 and from :2 to 4 dally, however, that because the Times. The Florida Canning Company's trade both for size and flavor.grown Some of thoseI ,

from tomorrow, the 20th inst, until the Union't bid happens to be 'a hun boat, Irene, arrived last week from down have planted weigh 130 grains, and
the river. She starts off
: tumor
16th day at election. The books will be found atthe row. reports every one busy got them from a man who has an immense STEAMERS Leave
TUoATllJe at 6:00 I
the home that the
offices
Sunday
there .
county setting out pines.We r DaD'r except for Melbourne and WIt
store ef J. W. Rogers.Circle grove In Florida, and they pay landings; and at \? p.m.. Mondays Wednesday andYridaya. making connection for Juftta.
will save the difference, although were all greatly pleased to see our him much better than an orange grove. Leave 8teamen Jupiter Going 8:00 North. leave Melbourne at 4:00: : p. m. daily except Sunday for TltUiviJII,
for :Marshal. that is the conclusion one Iwould old friend, Mr. Cobb, get off Saturday's They are now beginning to ship them to For IChodo1e .howlng p.m. Tuesdays tune at stations'Thonday.not named and Saturday.above, and. making oonnectloQfor Titusvals
naturally come to-- -in- considering steamer. I think he was greatly Improved Europe, and will be on every one's table. 'i agents,or Geoeral 011I08"JaeklOnVllle,FIa. roIIteI, rats, el.O., apply&0.-

X hereby announce myself as a candidate the matter.A by his short holiday north. He One would think that every farmer B. B. CABLE General Manager > G. D. ... .
ACKEBtT ton. P. Aft
was beginning to look rather out would plant trees but not
for re-otoctlon for the office of Mar- worn pecan ; so.
aJuil and Collector, at the coming town number of pages in the pam- before he went away. A few have peach trees, but do not at- W.I.CBAWFOBP. Sopt.East Coot ones, SbAnnatlne.
.&eetion..r6 phlet are to be devoted to advertisIng tend to them, and In a few yean they
Some talk about
B. A. CIRCLK.Cbamberlaia's :. purposes, and it is expectedthat to move people elsewhere, and being start too a new old die. Indeed, very few have hickory nut J. H. WILSON, JUST RECEIVED
trees. If they do not wild they
desire in grow up
those who space it place. We have new settler here who
seldom
think of planting them and ,
Eye and Bk1D will pay twenty dollars per page. Is close upon seventy three, and has just there are none about our locality exceptat ELEGTROPLA,

Ointment.A While we will not eJalm.that if the started a pineapple grove. He Is a most my place. I have a ready demand for
cure for Chronic Sow Eyes energetic old man, going to work before them at 600. bushel. I have TITDSYILLE FLA. ,,
pamphlet were printed at home Mr. breakfast, and working hard all day, till per some ATF.C.Allen's
fetter Salt Rheum, Scald Bead. Old could very large trees on my land. The pecan Will
Norwood secure ten pages sundown. Surely lie ought to meet with Electroplate the following articles,
Is .
the same order the hickory nut, and
Coranlo
Sores Fever Sores Eczema: more of advertising matter than he success. they can be grafted on each other. I and make them look like new:
Bco, PraIrIe Scratches. Sore Nipples under existing circumstances WAIXACX T.1LARaix.. have in nuts to Knives, > I
can put some hickory see if per single plating, '1.25; double
yeti
ad POIII. It U oooUog and soothing. we do claim to know of at least they will grow, and will graft them with plating.$2.40; pre.$ ...
Hoadredj of cuealaa. Wanted In Florida the Eurks per Nt, single .plating. lUG; double. ,
been cured by three that would have been pecan. If you have never seen any '2.40; tri..N.40..
ratter HI other pages nuts, let me know and I will send Table
treatment had failed pecan A"Oona. per set tingle plating, |1JSO-
taken the work had been doneat '
if doable, *J.W
Ills put up In S3 and 60 cent boxes. home and know of at least To examine the Gage' Self-Setting you some.___._ :i Tea aiMxnu.;.triple.uer set IS.IS.single .tilatlnir.Gold .. Eti., GRORGTANI_ PI.I
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plane. It works better,easier and quicker : n. double, 'I 8; triple. $z:so y-- -.J. 'I
two pages more which had been ; saves time, money and hard work. THE' lUll SUrer Watches;.liuill plating,12.00; double,

IK: reading the platform adopted promised by parties who supposed Can be set In five seconds. Changed Gold; tI1Wea00 wetohee single pL: te. $3.00 i double, I
by both the great parties in the the pamphlet would be printed at from double to single Iron In two sec EQUITABLE 13.110; trlple.IIO.Blher 200 DOZ.
onds. If your dealer don't keep It, send plichen. 12.00 to $10.00; silver spoon
various states, It Is somewhat fun. Titusville, who have expressed to to S. B. Habbard A Co., of Jacksonville, I IFIa. "bokien.. to $1.80.'1.10 W 16-00; .Uver rings and chains,

a I: to- note with what guarded Ian. us their disgust with the course It is easier to get them from them, ASSURANCESOCIETY ring,chain,ISo to$140. I I
page the prohibition question is which has been taken and affirm and there will be less freight to pay, r to.Orden b1 mail or express promptly JELLY GLASSES

alluded to..' lie who runs may read that they would, not have taken a than to send to Vineland. We will gladly ,
Information wanted.
between the lines, and readily see dollar's worth of space had they Tool give Co.any, Vineland, N. JFisherman's Gage Of the United States. Pine & -
that an attempt is being made to known the work was to be done in The Cypress LumberOF
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Largest Safest Lift Attur.anc
hold the prohibition vote and at Jacksonville; and .there may be .
OO DOZ.
the several turtles have heard Co. in thq World. ALL KINDS,
same time great care is taken we not Large stock oil cults, oil coats and
Hot to give offense to liquor Inter. I from who express similar' views.If aprons, oil hats, leggings, eta; rubber ROUGH OR DRESSED. ..
MASON'S
at&v The most popular way of the work of printing the pamphlet boots, overcoats, gouamere, ete. The American Casualty Insurance and Shingles Lath Orange PIneapple I

straddling the fence seems to be by had been given to the Star 44 GKO B. BunPB. Security Co. ,

advocating "high license" and "re. there is no doubt the proprietor of Election Announcement. &: Vegetable Packages.
txictlve legislation. With the that journal would have takena Write the Best Accident Policies. No IMPROVEDUK
Initiation Fee. No Annual Due. No -
powerful Alliance party to contend page of space and paid Trrusvn.ut Sept. 34, 1891. AssesamenU. It will pay parties who contemplate .

with, in addition to the always the county back twenty dollars of HENRY B. ARCHIBALD, beg tot building to call on, or address us. Mill PLTS'tit

vend liquor question the platform the money he received for the work, I announce myself a Candidate for F. .4. Huppord:: at DeLeon Springs. QUARTS.

waiters are being put to their wit's in which case: the ADVOCATE wouldnot I the office of Town Clerk of TUusvUle, Orders promptly fill d.

..4 in order to get matters in sat. have allowed itself to get left. and If elected will devote my best ener MANAGER ORLANDO, FLA. Chandler & Landers -

Mattery shape for the next presi It would certainly have taken a glee to the dikcharge of the duties of the Agents for TitutviUt: GauUen t P. 0., THE SPRINGS, FLA.

dential contest. page for we could not afford to potation.7 HEKBY B. ABCBOAUX Sal&Ckr.. 7 J. L. Casper, Agent, Tropic Flo.fLJUtin Send in your orders' at onct




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J. G. McDONEL '

William Pu,1oh.; Dissolution of Partnership. H. R. OLMSTEAD 1 '

28aug3m Proprietor.We INDIAN RIVER LUMBER CO;} : :
L Drayman. (MICE\:IS HEREBY GTVEN: to whom nay I
Hauling done at reasonable rates. At- N concern, that the r>artnen>hlp h retnfnreexlitlng > : The Pioneer Dealer In v ,
; between P. Turner anti J.K.: Ender I \
Need Better Guavas. tends all departing, and meets all arriving nnder the firm name of J. K. tender. & Co., ha I GENERAL MERCHANDISE Feb. .28 1891. '
trains. been dlftonlved thin day, by mutual consent. No I Incorporated: .
Lice U hereby. given to all debtor and creditor
We want better guavas. We find all Orders left with G. B. Rnmph or at of the late Inn of J. E.Ender ft <'0..that all liabilities I R. RANSON/?tIanngor.
along the lake a few trees producing ADVOCATE: office, will receive prompt and debt of the raid firm have been assumed ,Eau Gallie.I .
attention. by J. P. Turner to whom all account _
passably good fruit, many producing due Mid arm are tn In paid. Witnem our'bands keep In Stock a Choice variety of TITUSVILLE FLA. .1. rMy-
nearly worthless fruit, while really choice at TituovUle,.this firth' day of August,A.D. 1WII. {

guava trees'can almost; be counted on W. H, GLEASON & CO J.1'.TOxras GROCERIES, HARDWARE, '* ,J '

one's fingers. Some are dry and hard; S tt J.Eo EJlDII CROCKEHY, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC HOUSES FRAMED TO ORDER.: c i't< ::
ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES. :
but the is the greatest super-abundance objection met of everywhere seeds.If And will Sell as Low as the Lowest HARRISON BROTHERS' MIXED PAINTS, unequalled for beauty and lastingqualities. .'

there Is,a quite seedless guava, with a Master's Sale. CI\1I1U111 examine my Stock. 18 Color Cards and prices oh application. k t .1: \, ':.,. ",?" "

desirable flavor, the writer has not been TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED ANn BY ViRTUE OF a final decree Agency for the MA.rmoter,'' the best Wind Engine: made, f. : t' I .

able, so far, to find it. Somebody toldsomebody's AND PERFECTED. UNDER and sale Issuing out of and i 't 1; !
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great uncle that his conMn'awife's nnder the seal of the Circuit Court of the HODGES &: GODFREY I 1 .
Abstracts Famished and Re-Snneys Tth Judicial Circuit of Florlila in and for Bre GEORGE F. DUREN. ARTHUR f. FEASTER.de : .i j'
step father said he had a seedless i vard county,In Chancery sitting In a certain : yr j (
guava. And this is as near as the writer Obtained. > wherein Hiram JaoolmI Manufacturers of
has been able to get In this direction. I < complainant, and Cieo. Clement and hasty. D-o-eE: N' 'E. A.S TER: '<
Clement his wife, are defendant!, said decree .
Defective Homestead and Pre-Emption .
One thing should be settled: that we I being nnder date of Angnut lath 1D91,1 will,on Yellow Pine Lumber ; ,
cannot depend upon the seed for producing Entries Corrected and Pefected. the lint Monday In October,the same being the THE OLD, RELIABLE "
like varieties. Some trees have been i Claims Adjusted before the. Department 5th day of the month and a legal.le day, tell j":
between the hour of in front of the BOtTOR .t DRESSED, t/- 6
at Washington. legal sale : '
sold here upon the lake, as producedfrom Oonrt House door, In Tltnsvlllelirevanleounty Orange Box Meade. MEA'T MIAJR-IKIETl. : ;
choice varieties, the fruit of which Correspondence solicited. 10 Florida the following described proiierty, t<>- Fruit t> Vegetable Crate. : l

isas nearly worthless as the most com EAU GALLIE, FLA. the wits map Lot thereof 17 of Indian now on River file In the Clerk'according office.to Lumber through ilollTermt bill of lading.'any part:Anyone of Indian contemplate Riveron We have also selected carefully: a large stock of ..... :t f' ; ,;:;t la1

mon scrubs.-: The writer has been grow. of Brevard county, being In lot 1 of section .13, Inff bnllillnir nn the Kant: toast would do well to I.OOElB.XES: :: ',"
ing guava trees from the most carefully FOR township M,south of range M cant. and described write for rricen. The rViwtnlll I*tltuateil the : ,
selected seed, and so far he baa only one by meet and bound.&II follow i Beginning J.,T.A K. W.Ry.9 mile with of falatka. And carry In season a variety of ..'j; ;
S24 feet north and MS feet east of the south-
tree that Is really worthy of propagation. went corner of the north-..., quarter of section Avetnerd.|Coco.,E. Billing| Ean Oallle,Ennne Fresh IPiruLLts eto f S
.- And this Is the general experience; Wines & Spirits! S3, township M, south of range 80 east I run etno.pdSatan : VegotiL 1e., ;r. ;

a few persons may have been' more for thence thence south north IflO ISO feet feet| thence; thence west east son aim feet feet to) SoofrSmo nm High, Putnam co.,Fla. XXXX CREAMERY BUTTER, on lee, specialty ,fl f

tunate. the place of beginning or tn much thereof a* \
A full line of best brands of JANKED GOODS '
It Is likely that'the ideal guava, combining hall be sufficient tn satisfy the amount of said o

the most desirable, and yet possi Beers decree and cost. Term,cash.J.P.Ttmam- ORLANDO NURSERY, Orders delivered at private residences! and at the steamboat landings and,railway .1 ; ,

ble qualities Is a thing of the future; depot Meat department opens on Sundays from 0 to 8 o'clock, .l");, .
but should be taken at Special Master m_ "____"_n___" __"_ _t
a step once, by ''BOBBIN A GRAHAM, JAS., MOTT, prop'r,
all who are Interested In guava culture, CIGARS ,ETC. Solicitor for Complainant. 49t

to plant only the best attainable now. ORLANDO, FLA. Professional Cards. J.: Me Sanders ;f .
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The writer will hazard the statement OF THE FINEST QUALITY ,:'

that the time I is not far distant when GO TO Town Ordinance. GCOROB E. ItODRIKS. WALTER 8. G AHA.. Dealer In ,
evaporated will be in demand by Trees t
guavas Orange ,
those who have learned their many good Losley & Renaker An Ordinance" to amend an Ordinance entitled Lemon Trees, BOBBINS 4 GRAHAM, ;DRY GOODS NOTIONS,
1n Ordinance for the Aiieumcntand
qualities; then choice guava jelly will Grape Fruit Trees, ,
always be In demand; then guava but Families Supplied. Collection of R "enUllort/lttowtioJ Catley Guavas.Tahiti ATTOItNEY -AT.LAW. mlMM
CROCKERY
ter like apple butter of the north will Tituttillt, Florida: '
Limes, LeConte and Keller TrrusviLLK, Brevard Co., Florida.
be in called guava will not answer BE the Town of Tituiville Pears, Peach and Persimmon Trees, r o. IIOX.IlIO. STATIONERY ,
these Sac. I. Dealer In spirituous, vinous or Niagara Grape Tines.V Will practice In aU theconntloiof th*Seventh *
purposes. 13 HEREBY GIVEN, That the an' malt llqnor, \ tax of Two Hnndreil Clnrnlt and In the Supreme Court. 8.valal fa- FAMILY MEDICINES,,
(There is money In guavas to the man election' of the oftloen of the town of and Fifty Dolan for each place of buslnens ,-' cllltlei for Examining and 1-nrfectlrig Land .
who will plant a grove with reference to TitunTllle,will be held at the Court Home | and dealer paving the same and receiving \ Lead In a General Line of Nursery Title Correnponilenoe solicited from Claim GARDEN SEEDs. r '
what is really demanded. Let us resolve In Tltiisvllle, on the Seth day of October, A.D. i a license therefor shall be authorised to sell Stocfc. TaugOmoAltree's ant and Heir to 811aD1I11 Grant CHOICE GROCERIES, "
ISM the same being the fourth Monday,to elect s IritnousvinousortndSiiquor.oranyofsuchliquor. '
that the comparatively worthless trees that inch Money to Loan. 1 HAY CORN MAPES' ,0:
one Mayor,one Clerk and Treasurer one Mar provided authority !given by FERTILIZERS,:
must give place to better ones.-"E.G.," ihal and Collector,and one Atneuor of Taxea, virtue of such license, shall not conflict with General Store i FINE PATENT .'
in Tropical Sun. the foregoing offloer to hold office for the term any of the Slate laws, or provision of such Supply D.' GACUXN, 3 T. BANDKM, 'FLOUR. I
laws but the for the sale of G'
of one year; and three Aldermen to bold office ; provisions liquorIn Oooocv, F1or1.d.a. '
for two year next succeeding their election,and these ordinance shall be the same a* those I* the place to Bell What You Don'l Want and Notary Attorney for Hoard CountyCommissioners.
Cure until their successors In.office are elected and given In the State law. Bay What \0111)0, .' e%
A for Paralyslx. I
BEG.a. All dentist and lawrer practicing
Qualified. their profession in the town of TitnsvlUe shall HARDWARE, Paint, Oil, Farming Implement ft S Ens.ATTOItNEYSAT.U s.
By direction of the Town Council, the one- 'w" Rogers I. 1
Frank Cornelius"of Purcell, Ind. Ter., tlon of pamlng a stock ordinance will be eubomined pay alloense tax of Five Dollar.' Any person *,Danders' Material,Musical Instruments, GAULDEN ,
says: "I Induced Mr Finson, whose to the people and notice U hereby riven or persons or firm that hall carry on or conduct FURNITURE, and the fw PROCESS VAPOR DEALER IN,CLOTHING; .} j
bad that aid shall be decided at laid election. the business or professions above mentioned In
.wife paralysis in the face, to buy a qtmtlon W.
AU thoee In favor of prohibiting mule this ordinance, without first obtaining a license STOVE:,which U death to all other
.bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. and hnne running( large will vote "FOR therefor,shall upon conviction,be punished bya Gents Furnishing Goods, Shoes, ,Hits,'
To their great surprise before the bottle STOCK ORDL'i .CE." All thoee In favor of fin*of not less than the amount. of the .license Will practice In all.the Court of the State \ i

had an been used she was a great deal allowing bone and mnle to ran at large will required, for each offense.Bco. Florida,and the. United States Courts. Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks, Yallses :,
rote"AOALNST STOCK ORDINANCE: J.T. t. All ordinance anA put of ordinance ,
better. Her face had been drawn to one Sanders, Howell Tltui, Henry Kgger are herebyeppolatd tn conflict with the provision of this FINE CIGARS Etc. -?.
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side; but the Pain Balm relieved'all pain ordinance are hereby repealed. This ordinance r. Box,233. TITCBVlUJe TLA.
of laid election and C.
Judge A. The house
and soreness, and the mouth assumed Gardner clerk thereof roll to be from shall go Into effect Immediately upon being approved only In town making apes '
open by the Mayor. Passed August 37th,18U1.Atteit Money to Loan. u clalty of Gents.
Furnishing Good '/.
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Its natural shape. It Is also a certain even a.m. to five p. m. .J.W.Room, B.H. -
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curd for rheumatism, lame back; sprains, day Given of under my hand It.and ISOL MAl' this, the 14th. t Town Clerk. Chairman, Drop- In and examine my stock, and .r"
swellings and lameness 50 cent bottles September Bw.It. W'JUIOIf. Approved* August 2'rtbJ.llI9t. : LL TITUS; <. compare prices. Cash customers: command Ui ,
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for sale by Dixon Gray. 44, list ISayar.Master's & a.Waco, )I'a'Or. very consideration competitorsclaim '

ATTOIINEY-AT-LAW; to confer. 'I s ,
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Lake Worth. Sale. Notice. Will practice la al) the Courts of the ftb ]udl< ,Call when,, con eDlent. First: door, C' !
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dial circuit south. of ADVOOA.TZ'omce,
In tM Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial John T.Hunting-ton,. Notary In ORloe.TITiJSVILLE '

Circuit of tM United Stale, Northern Fowler
The Bessie B. left Saturday, for, Jack District of Florida. Jn Chancery: istratrix Helen M. of the,a estate*admin of 1'1+. DIXON & GRAY .' J5

,sonville.
James H.J'owlert deceased In the Circuit ,, .. ,
Frederick Taylor and Sarah II.Fowler widow Court of the 7th Ju. Dealer* ,In ,
Wind from the north-east, and quite VB. of said deceased anA Lewi dlclal Circuit of DR. M. D. L. DODSON, jCgSS
, Stephen Ryder, Thomas Frederick Fowler, George Florida, In and for Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery MetArticles i
cool.Capt. Frank Bell/Edwin Dunn W.Fowler,Joseph H. Fow- Brevard county.A. ,
Harry Shaw Is expected down Thomas Reed, John O. ler and Edmund P. Fowler, D.1891. In Chan. Fins Soaps
daily to Inspect the stations.Mr. Roger, Minor 8. Jones heir of James H. Fowler, eery. SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SURGICAL Stationery,
Robert H.Jone*.and 1JanNOTICJI: OFMASTER'S deceased and D. 1.Oaubden '- ---. '
=--- JEWELRY
Bertice Comstock has to lei Bowen, Albert M.Thraoher BALE Guardian ad lltem ofPaul -- & MECHANICAL DENTISTRY : t.
gone Julius A.Harden Joseph and Edinond Hear'what the people say about this stoves SPECTACLES & "- l. :"' ':. :'i
1.MilOov. ,
'work for H. Lake
Mr. P. Dye, at. Worth. ,Jr., John Fowler. ,
,era, Oliver 0.Starkweath Affidavit having been made the Mr. Altree i Dear fllr-W cheerfully testify to TTTU8VTLLE, FLORIDA. SEWING, MACHINES'! ", 55, ..1.- .f
by of '
Mr. Fred Meyer Is putting In quite an er.William B. Fitch.Aar the Complainant, Oeo.)t. Bobbin, that agent In his the admirable qualities of the New prooeM ----- --- Guns, pistols, BIg Machines: arid.5' "i '
on Adam,John J. Ho..., Gasoline Hunre. w* have bad one over tlx .
extensive tomato crop,on Mr. W.Moore'splace. belief,the detenrlanta. Joseph H. Fowler and << "
months,and TT\R.' D. L. WILLS Machinery Repaired. Watches ClockIJand "- '
Charles Darling!',HenryLee Edmond P.Fowler are non-residents of the State cannot point to a tingle fault. rll I
and Nathan Perry. t of Florida but reside within the United St&tee. R. c. B )(.A.8crlmpour. Jewelry a Specialty, i -'. ? ,,,. t
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Under and by virtue of a Bnal decree of foreclosure and that the said defendant under the TltuivUa.Msy e, 111I1.I ..,
A load of lumber for Mr. Al. Lanbachcame and sale made and rendered In open are age PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, School Books and School 8uppHe. I.

down Tuesday on the Oliver.l Capt. court by the Hon.Charle Bwayne. Judge of the of SI is yean therefore tIt ordered that the laid defend Process Bad over a peat the old.(aylnr J of gasoline tn In the New A graduate of the University of Penn- Subscriptions taken at publisher price

Wilbur uenoricicson: brought it down. said In the COURt on court the de&ending In June chancery I8 l.in,where a eaM ants, Edmond P. Fowler and Jamee H.Fowler, .tate of wonder and dellebt.Hn.keeps m. a perpetual sylvania, and an experience .of twenty for Newspapers, Books, Magasinesw: ., I-
be and
they are "hereby required, through then .
The Ruby Dye, Capt. Frederick Voss, In Frederick F.TaYlOr, I* complainant and Stephen Guardian ad lltem appointed herein to answer TltulyUle, lay GI.h. 18111. Sidney Wilbur years In practice, offers his services to Prescriptions carefully compounded at ,
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left for Titusville on Sunday, the 13th Ryder epeclalnn. defendant*,I and to or demur to complainant's bill of complaint before the citizens: of Tltusvilla and vicinity, any time, day or night.IDrlLgls .
directed I lbatlle.1 to Uu
me *
the Snd day of November A. D. I am delighted with the New Process '
inat, for a load of lumber highest and belt bidder for cash, on )Monday, -..plalnant'arut will be taken ae confessed.01 Btov It I* more than I Vapor orricx: OVER J. w. BOOKJU co.
the 2nd day of November last, (that being the It I.* further ordered that publication of this sxjeoadR. Wiley
Mr. U. D. nendrickson came down legal ale day of laid month), between the hours order be made tn the Kan COAST ADvocAte. Tltu"U,E'la..H&f 6th.111II1. II! RUE' P ELY '
,from Eden, where he left the Emily B.,, of 11 a.m.and t p jnn in front of the court bonM. published at TitusvlUe,Brevard county,Florida. LA ,
door, in the city of Jacksonville, In the said dl. once a week fur four consecutive week. '
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to Jacksonville
her Wednes-
on way on trict,the following described to-wlt : :
property Done and ordered at the Clerk' JUSTICE OF THE PEACE I7TH DIST Patent Medicines '
All and singular those certain panel and Otto, at Tltuivllle, Brevard ; J'
day.Mr. tracts of land situated, lying and being in the (Clerk Florida, this loth Notice. Notary Public for the BUM at large ,
day of
Geo. W. Lainhart, Mr. Pitta and county of Brevard and Bute of Florida, and described { Seal )j Bccptemlmr.A.lJ. 1881. Contractor and Builder of over 80 yean. expe-:
D.A.Allen passed through Ilypo.on their a* foll.....,via A portion of lot three -' A.A. BTB WABT,Clerk. rasa, Natural Finish a Bpeclalt/ Elegant Perfumery and toilet! Articles S b
((3))of lection three(3))and a portion of the north ROBBIH A OBAUAM, On and after August lit 1891: there .
MELBOURNE FLA.Jno
way to Hillaboro, on the 16th. They are of the loutheact quarter of section .
Solicitor for
going over the new county road.Capt rrannggeethirty township according) aoatb of CoinpUlnant. 7 4t will be no freight received or signed for Kept constantly on hand at ;:" ; a

:_ urkhan t left Cecil City, for States survey,..and(36))being eaat, commonly to known United a* at the Eden Wharf, via, Indian River i 'it .'

the Keys, this week. He will bring backa the which Ryder i*attune Land In the Ruckbdge Tropical,hotel upon a and portion eeveralother of Xotlce.NOTICE Steamboat Co.'s boatel; and as the Eden McAllister, J. B. Screyen'ejf: f:; ,' (.-.

load of sisal hemp plants. He report building and Improvemenu, and 1*more IB HEREBY: GIVEN that Grove House Is permanently closed, V "
a great many squalls on his downwardtrip. particularly described- a* follow* to-wit i The will be made to the Hon. Minor 8. there will be taken Contractor for DRUG STOltE.l '
land no guests or landedat
northeast corner of the parcel of hereby intended .Jonee Jude of Brevard county upon the
to conveyed located at a point on Fifth day 01 October lain Jw the of eer. the Eden Wharf. .
The sharpie Illinois Is out on Capt.M. the wet bank of Indian River five hundred and lain real estate of Robert Elnlg and AJJ'red.J. Also the latest I'erlodl.
B.'Jinan's; ways. She will have a thirty(630)feet loath of the qnarterectlon lane Klnlg,minors,described a*follow,to-wil THOS. JB. RICHARDS Artesian Wells call etaW. Newspapers,
dividing lot two O)from lot three (3) ,
inside produced JlL) SSB ?"?!"* point the south Une of
new cot of paint, and out, and a of said section three(3)which I*also the quarter the If W.KoItha N.W. W off Motion ., town.hip .
new fore-mast. As soon as the work Is section 11... dividing the outbeat quarter of 2p,south of rang U sees, uo tees west of PBOPEmEToLGll : 4 Ean Gallic Fla.
finished Capt. Charlie win start for Titus the northeast qtuuter from the northeast quarter the BE:corner of said NW W of the M W V.whleh ,
of the.outl.east quarter of said section four point ls 25 fet sooth and U feet wed of the B W N. HENDRY
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vffle. (4), thence from such point on Indian River owed corner of lot 4>of Robbins sit Graham'additionto
ac.aatd lot three (3) end aero** tald the town of
thence
Tituavillei run north
A dance at Mr. Will Comstock's new northeact quarter of the *onth at quarter to along the centre of Canaveral street, a* laid oat 1 T.A.TJ'MA1 T'kNEWSPAPER Dealer In Wlf
house, on the 8th, was enjoyed by the the line dividing the said northeast quarter of through said addition, a distance of US: feet re :
people of Palm Beach and UypoItuco. the southeast quarter from the northwest quarter manor lees,to anoint SS feet east of the &! T i4
young 'of the southeast quarter of salt section four corner of lot 14 of Kobbin ds Graham' addima r General! MerchandiseDRY :;
clrclrs
: Bain prevented the Juno Hun (U7; thence south along said dividing Une to the than theme run west 396! feet mon or ..., to 'tt t SP SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY :. : l
force from attending. Thanks are extended north vest corner of the lands. formerly owned the 8X eornes of Joe M of laid addition thence til'dGarfa'' dLmula.1 ,
to Mr. Comstock for so kindly by A. L. and K. F. Hatch.Aid Motion t thence south US feet, more or lees. to the south The Pioneer GOODS I. $
east along the north boundary line of the last line of the N W lies tans litW ;U of said section + gi % Agency. '
letting ns use his home. Some one expressed aforesaid lands to Indian Klver' (which laid Une ; ran east 386 feet, nor or less, to the For terms and sample copies address .
a wish for a kodak, on our way 1*four bandied and eighteen (*1S)feet north of place of beginning,eontsUlag about two acres, NOTIONS, I
C. II.
home to photograph some of the lately the. line dividing laid lot three((3)from lot four nor or lee. XAUUAX I
((4)In said section three),and the Une dividing (2,) e<< Gnhas'the se corner of rain M of TrrvsTK.uc Brevard county Via STATIONERY rii
views. the add nortlieant quarter of the southeast Bobbins addition, and south2m .-,
quarter from the southeast quarter of the southeast I feet, more or lose.along the parcel of land 5 't
The Hypo-Miami mall carrier reports quarter of Aid section four (');) thence abov described,to the couth the aw V k pSj= Choice Groceries '
that the schooner Queen, belonging to northerly along said river to the point of awn the.. !If: crt*&*"ectloa S,run west along asH ?
Capt. Roy McTadden, broke fn two, menat.en containing tweaty-twu J2) acre, line a distance DC |-II feet f shears raiBorU CM: I I3 D4rA
lees reserving and excepting from the leee, the of BUMS, FLA.
more or : feet more or to s w corner lot M of
lengthwise, on the night of the 9th. above that trip or parcel of land conveyed by Robbln A Graham'addition j thence ran east !
Ever'thlnJ[ wu laved but some lumber : Kyder and hi* then wife to one along the couth line of kit M and H of said a4.diUoo 4 "
which W W'Uhed overboard, and will askubertC.Na by deed bearing date of April ,a distance of lao feet,to rtoheLee of be.ginnliig. 1 5 i ijiii
lest.and recorded In the office C. J. ;
Seth,A.D. prop The foregoing two be HECTOB -
be taken up by )Cr. KcP'addeD, who BnnnltJ ..Mdmcin Book: It iII..J lag oTAlfrod J. Lialg. ", fJ. -
came down Monday night, to the wreck. Born pp.gs M. Also aU ,quarter e_ (3-W.Hpergeape.rta at the .w corner of the south -"
Capt. Roy went In a small boat, before the southeast quarter of section four (4), town. KoftheawWrfth[ nw)< of Motion S. town such I. I: Dealer la GeneralMelbourne : !!i0. e
up hip and range aforesaid containing forty (to) ship S3 south of cast,thence ran south rrfwI i : .. .
his father reached milaboro. acre,more or or less,according la the United along th*section line 2v feet, more er less, to ita :DlIerohanc11se: :
TOM. Btatee carver. the. reamer of the Und of Robert H. Klnigi ':
There i* upon the above described premise aBtortgage. thence east along the sooth line of Robert B.Kinif HLtiOax Fla. \
.prior to the ...npp.poII which the ,a aistaM crt 13ft f eot.to the a*eunw of L 5] 'f.1t
decree was rendered In this cans, which sal lot 15 of BobUn* Grahaai1* addititMit thene i f
Furniture Furniture II Furni rage hears the d&&e crt February ItthLlwff! wee tee.on a and line, parallel to she railroadtrack .. \
given bJ 8tepIea Ryder .... JU11Je a,4er. ha : ,mom being located andeoastmeled by the .tr.a. rawF..
ture wile,toFr 1 ric.Taylor: sewn the pay J,T. *.* K. W.Y H. Co.. which track shall i nunnpf n maat7t gj24p 1 1 Hals ShoesClothing Dli 4Qd3 i if'
Ladies, don't you need some new f oral- s.nt of Tw nouu4 .. ;'' sad interest.and be s curve, with a radio of 41*fee to the north i. x
...uwordedaa the tech of Mush 187. in the line,said Robert H.Kinig** .... *west uwl 1.rr'w.
tare to fit the house up comfortably: and office of the Clerk of thee Circuit Ctmn, U book to the place ef ........... Th* list dmcrlborlparcel .... Just Arrived. Splendk GoodI.-.1';(';
nice. I nave the largest and most complete ".. b.s.adsrdaubsdso of land being the property of J&utert B. ..i w 'UI.p
stock ever brought to Indian Elver FFloridasonTLm alove sale mbU CU1(. : OILS J>>PAINTS HARDWARE, LEAD,

-and prices low; win meet Jacksonville eaI4. tpg ALvmu SMITV H. W. ALLKGCIi DRUGS
.1(.STUI'UJIO.-w Master.FLCCTBX OoArdlas ef said Minor OROCERIF.S, GRAD(
prices, with freight added. O. B. Wcarrx.and Koiuu*4c UmAJUJt Bou *...' pee..ra.i rrYyhc B. L = Of an kinds; and In fact tint
racaoLku. a
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GEORGIA WILL EXHIBIT. Thirst knowledge.

AIfBtIOF INDIAN. RIVER PROPERTY. IN CONVENTION-- Meeting of the World's Fair Tramp (with an-old school boot)-.

The Cotton Growers' Meeting 1'Ba1, Dif r will let kindly ten lOt "
Twenty Excellent Bargains 4lfl Real in Atlanta.The Committee in Atlanta.The what letter this 1st"

joint committees from the stat. Pedestrian-"Certainly. That' L.
Estate on Indian Riier Fla.. convention! were'met!
Can't
morning alliance and the State Agricultural tioci:! yon ready'"No
ICXIETIDS.: No. 1. The nw i of ej of Section 24 in Atlanta Tuesday the alliance .
ALL ety on a Georgia exhibit at the world' lira; but I'm-tryin' to learn, an'I
t 27, *r 87 e-tO.acres, on" peninsula opposite exchange building. When those fair met at alliance headquarter* in Atlanta sba'ht rest till I do, nnther."
"
:&Iolborne; pronounced by county present were called to order the fact was TuesdAY. The delegates from the "I am delighted to find BO laudable

L'VAULT surveyor to be an excellent piece of pine. developed that only two delegate from state alliance present were: C. H. Ellington an ambition in one of your class.: You

SANK VAU apple land. Price $20 per acre. Adjoining outside of Georgia were present. They H. P. Farrow, C. T. Zichry, W. A.Wilean'D. have taken the right course at last" ,

,' land la letting at from $50 to were G. A. Gowan, business manager of ; II. Garrison, Dr. a B. Sew. "Tea, lir. It' mighty' rough on. 1
the Tennessee exchange and Cot It. J.
DOORS $75. ell. Dr. J. W Stone, L. 8. Ledbetter and traveler like me not ter be able to tel\ \
No. 8. Lot 4 of section 24, t 87, r 40e. Sledge, of Texas. The call for the convention M. C. Fulton From the State Agricult. whether a sign say 'Beware o' the Dog'

Front on north ihore of St. Lucie had been signed by prominent ural Society there were! First district; or 'Free Lunch Opening.'"Street

river, 79 81-100 acres}' 'price, $35 per members of the alliance from all the cot.. W. R. Kemp; ".third district, W. TJ.Glessner Bmtth'i Good New. & f'
AND CELL WORKSOF ton-growing states. The of the
TEEL RAIL acre.No. cause ; fourth district, Dr. U. II. Cary space out I
8. absence of delegate from the other
Lot 4 of 1
teo 25, t 87, r 40 e, and Dr. J. W Taylor; fifth district, Dt. '
CONSTRUCTION. 65 63-100 acres, half mile front on south states was explained by Major W. L.Olessner. Samuel Hope and W, L. Peek;seventh dia A'Day of Beit
IMPROVED
shore of St. Lucie river Excellent land. lid said that there trict T. T. Pool and T.,J. Lyon;eighth i Sunday-School Superintendent _"Cai

_
misunderstanding
$25; per acre. was a as district R. T. Wright; ninth district any of you tell me why Sunday is called
PXMdPX2 JB. :X'Vxi.NXiBtazi: : : X> No. 4. Lon, 111 88-100 acres; lot 2, to the date of the convention. The George IL Jones; tenth district, James the day of rest!"
71 90-100 acres; lot 8, 55 15-100: acres;; South Carolina'delegates were under the Little Dick his hand "
The committees (holding
Barrett. 1
were organizedby up )-
0> *11 kinds of Fire and Burglar Proof Work. all in leo 26, t 87, r 40 e. Each lot has I impression that tho convention was to be electing Colonel J:Waddell as chair kin. It's 'causn we get up quarter of a mile front on St. Lucie dYer, held on the 17th, and the delegates from '
man and Major W. L. Glessner as secre through breakfas' so's to dress in
the other states it would be in
and the extensive thought
COMPANY. adjoins pine-apple I Colonel stated the time far Sunday-school so wewon't be
IEBOJ..D SAFE & LOCI: tary. Livingston purpose ,
'October. Colonel
of & Livingston Suggested
plantation Trndall Dyer., The for which the committees had been. late and then skip inttr church 'fore the
three lots have a combined front.ge of that those present go ahead and arrangea appointed-of having a Georgia exhibit bell stops ringin', and then go homo to

W. H. BUTLER three quartel'lof a 'mile on very deep date for a general convention and take at the w\\>rld'i fair. Speeches were made dinner and get fixed up for afternoon
water, and being situated on the south any other action they saw proper. This
exhluit and resolution service and then an'
to
favoring an a was get supper go
shore of the broad St. Lucie, are absolutely was agreed to. A committee of five was
introduced providing for the same. Ex bed so pa and ma can get ready for evening
FLORIDA AGENT: free from danger frost. $20 per appointed to prepare a plan and Issue a "
service That's
all do. Street
Senator Traylor wanted to amend so that wo -
acre for these three lots in a body, or call for the convention. The BmUVi
A
Good A'ewi.Don't .
tbe resolution would
Waddell read that Georgia
'S :ID .A. TT IN" IEJ STEm.T! $25 per acre for either lot separately.This pointed as this committee J. O. will have an exhibit, provided the gates
is an exceptional bargain-a better chairman ex-omcio; T. J. Lyon L. F. carry our umbrella with utter
(n.4B BKOADWAT: ) investment than the amount required to Livingston, W. L. Glessner. T. E. Wino of tbe discussion fair are closed on Sunday. A general disregard of tne people behind you or oo

secure and on a homestead at and Dr. J. W. Taylor. The committee was bad on this amendment! ,either side.
Miami, and prove is- not up dependent prepared and submitted the following The resoluti u w.s finally adopted as follows _
upon pro
i1
York LADIES a'tonlo. childrenwho
New resolutions : needing or
City.ar
spective, and perhaps long delayed satis- : Resolved, That recommend an'exhibit want building np should take Brown's Iron
facto', franfin/irtattrtn" _" .MV.faftiMtio...._*. Whereas, The state alliance and State we Bitten. It Is pleaaant to take, cures Malaria,
n 91mo.. l'V."V of South Carolina to be made at the world's fair at Indigestion Billonnnem and LI ver ComplaJnts!,
No. 5. Lot 1 ,of sec 86, t 81. r 40 e. Agricultural Society -- makes the rich and
pure.
44 110 acres, on south shore of St. Lucie suggested the holding of a convention of Chicago.
river. Quarter mile deep water front. representation from the cotton states, 2. That the dai'y and weekly papersof Mrs. Lloyd Brloe what proMbly
r m maktntf apeetalty this season of what $25 per acre. for the purpose of considering the ques- this state be appointed as. agents to the handsome set of tnrqnoin In New York

I w, uio rpARAG8H HARNESS. No. 8.' Lot 8 of sec 80, t 87, r 41 e. tion of reducing the acreage of cotton; collect funds for that purpose. .

Made of the FINEST STOCK and the very Half mile of river front, on north shore andWhereas 8. That we ask the State Agricultural A Life Saved

BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness of St. Lucia river., 40 1-10 acres, at.$25 The state alliance and State Society and the state alliance of Georgiato Own. of Lc.
o contribute $1,000 each to the fund. r. Raymond, Bcaeoa Tall, T., ionp > I
of at their
cannot be bought for leas than $25. pet acre. Agricultural Society Georgia 4.. That we ask the railroads to trans letter In UM employ of Bamnr A Co., thwU
Bargains Nos. 2, 8, 4, 5 and 6, contain. meeting appointed committees for the known pomp maker* of tbat place. Be It I
'
at retail. But we are willing, Oe log in the aggregate 430 61.100 acre, purpose of considering this question, and port tho exhibits free. m.mberof Ramiay Engine Oo. Be 1&711

In order1 'to Introduce It, to U will be sold in a body at $15 per acre. those committees having met in joint 5. That a committee of two be appointed "Hy wife without Doubt owe* her life to Hood'

SELL ONE 'SET ONLY ,O' This is a good chance to make 100 percent session in Atlanta on the 10th instant in each county, one by the president emtpwin A few year ago the waa al death'sdoor

9 in less than twelve months.No. and adopted this suggestion; therefore of the State Agricultural Societyand ,due to blood poleonlnf, or al phyilolmoi tar,
too one person as a eS weeo ) 7. Lot 1 of ceo 25, t 87, r 40 e, Resolved, That the alliance of South the other by the state alliance to pyaemia. After e9Jll'Ythlal'olio failed Hood'
sample for Carolina suggested Atlanta the secure county und\ individual dilpiayaand aanaparffla brought her out of the cruse all right' :
24 78-100 acres, and lot 2 of same sec, having as
collect funds in connection with the blade then abe...*suffered at time with aombua
is and of such convention and
$16.50. 21J acres. One on the north the place holding ad headache hat eoatlnne takingHood's '
other on the south shore of St. Lucie the holding of the Piedmont expositionIn newspaper
river. Each lot has mile Atlanta of 6. That a central committee of five be
$ a quarter of a giving an opportunity Sarsaparllla
,ti 0ft, t. v op. Q ao'ao frontage on deep water. $30 per acre in securing very low rales from all points in appointed as an executive and financial
.i ,, board, which shall be charged with the and lot gradually fettinf ever these trouble. BheHnf
the south that
separate lot. No reduction if both lots we request representatives
3 details and the disbursements of'the *to Hood'',take nothing elie,and we toiler
are taken. from the cotton states meet in At' -
It wm.a.et
a complete auras
No. 8.' Lot 3 of sec 24-51 80-100 acres !lanta Tuesday, the 29th of October funds. = "
.
$ halt mile front on St. Lucie river; and next, for the purpose of considering tho 7.. Tbat the exhibit shall not be for display

lot, fol sec 80, t 87, r 40 0-77 acres, question of reducing the acreage of cot- at Chicago on the Sabbath day, and :
THE FRPIGGT.A
also fronting on St. Lucia river. $25: per ton, the handling, classification and selling we demand that tho world's fair exhibition PADGETT .
of cotton. be,closed upon that day. .

lots.-\o. t, 87, r 40 e, Rosolved That the representation Inlaid The committee. as provided for by the firnnt repeated Offer,that*. do..alt dola..t ncabe ,.. ..

63 16-100 acres, with quarter mile fronton 'I convention be double the representation resolution, isi i Captain T. J. Lyon, J. "Strike while the iron Is Hot.

St. Lucio. river; excellent la**.; $25 ; of the several states in the lower 0. Waddell, Colonel C. T. Z chry, Dr. Write for Catalogue now and say what
pet acre.. house of congress, with the addition of J. W. Taylor, and Major W. I.. Glessnor. paper you saw this Advertisement in.

THIS' IS ONE OF THE 4O STY LEO WHICH WE. MAKE Ko. 10. Lot 4 ol sec 8't 89, r 41 e, 89 the presidents of the state alliances and The committee then adjourned.The Remember that I home sell everything that
goes to furnish a -m Tinfactur1ng
0 64-100 acres,,with halt mile frontage on agricultural societies. executive committee elected Major some things and buying others. In the
-4.. .. C south prong of St. Lucia river, opposite Resolved, That all exporters manu- Glessner as chairman, and ho will at once largest pomlble lots, wbluh enables mo to.

-0 and south-weeterly from Bessey Bros facturers, factors and other manipulators begin work convassing the State to sea Here all competition.few of Startling ,
what can be done toward getting up an are a my
plantation; superior quality of land, of cotton be invited to attend said convention *
.0 Zm known as old Indian field and>camp and participate in its discussion exhibit. An effort will be made to secure Bargains:
an appropriation from the state, through A No. 7 Flat Top Cooking Store; full
. .011I ground. Price $25 per acre. by proper representation.Resolved pieces
-ar: size 16x1'1lnoh oven fitted with
.xa > No. 11. Be J of sw i of leo 2 t 38s r That the secretary be directed the; agricultural{ department, for the exhibit. of ware, delivered at four own depot, all
IIIZ .U, e, on soutbside of St Lucie river two to give notloa to all state organizations .. Much interest is being felt in the freight clinrcra paid by me, far only
Twelve Dollars.
, hundred yards backfrom river; excellent of the action of this joint committee work of getting up the exhibit. Again I win eU you a R-hole Cooking

m # ta pineapple land. Joule plantation of 0 K and that all paper friendly to .. Range, 19x13 inch oven 18x26 Inch top,
fitted with XI of for Thirteen -
Z. Wood. Price $7.50 per acre. the movement be requested to' publish ANOTHER WHEAT CIRCULAR -Dollars plocea and pay ware the freight to
o No. 12. Pineapple land. Lot 0 and these resolutions. Your. .!

< n e J of BO i of leo 15, t 87, r 40 e,'65 The resolutions were unanimously Calling Upon the Farmers to Do not pay two prices for

w acres, including a clearing and field of adopted. The following resolution was Hold Back.A your gopds.
No. 165 STAR GEAR SPINDLE BODY.. 10,000 pineapples, set out, on north forkof also adopted. will Bend 1'011" nice plnsb Parlor Salt, c I
KiTUBAI.WOOD rums,OK MJJOTD.: from St. Paul to Chicago
commission dispatch a walnut frame either in combination or
The
Lucia river. Price Whereas. appointed
St.
Built on Honor.. Entirely different from,Cheap Western $1,000, Very morning paper says: Farmers' Alliance handed the mont styllah ,colon, for
the different State Alliances in the
little waste land in the tract. \>y $33.B O,to your railroad elation,freight
eadersTn and South
> Work. Live Dealers wanted. Territory given. States been satisfied that Minnesota and North .
No. 13. Lot 4 of ceo 14, containing cotton having all Irtilfl.I
Dakota bare resolved another at- nlcw Bod room Suit,
will also cell
a
upon you
811 acres; and lot :2 of seo 93, containing many arrangements can now be made the tremendous 1I.owof coa.Jallu; of Bureau with glam 1 high
KINCMAN STURTEVANT & LARRABEE TO acres all In 120, r 83 e. Very fine with foreign cotton consumers and man. tempt.to stop head Bedstead 1 Waini-tand, 1 Centre
wheat to the markets. The alliance 4 Cane beat Chair*.I Ca ne Seat and
Table
hammock ufacturera
..... situated opposite Mtcco, on for the direct ala<< of cotton to
-- therefore on Monday began,mailing Back Rocker, all for "O. O. and pay
ho free from frost. Each lot exporters, therefore be it .
CARRIAGE IMO SItIOH BUIOEBS peninsula) freight to your depot.Or
million of letter
.. the from its headquarter a 1 will send elegant Bedroom
las a quarter of mile river front This Resolved That we recommend sale you an
to: farmers, calling a halt along the line. Suit, with largo glass, fall marble top,
BEND FOR FULL CATALOGUES.' land it bounded the north the of cotton to under such '
BINCHAMTON, N. Y. on by recent exporters regulations The letter state tbat the new WheatJrowers' for s f 3O,and pay roieht.
purchase of S. F. Gibbs from Jno. as may be agreed upon betweenxportel'l Nice \>'mdow Shade on sprint roller $ .40
commission. Association and alliance secretaries EI jfant.lam Walnut 8-day Clock.., 4,00
V.Bard, and is about half a mile north of and the all over the country are unanimous Walnut Lounge.....................:..... 7(0
the celebrated place of Smith Bros. One of the principal question pro Lace Curtain per window...........'.., LOO
tented the the that wheat ia bound to sell as highas I cannot describe everything In a small
One of the finest bodies of land in the to meeting was King cotton

WE ARE IN ,THE LEAD county of, excellently orangto, lemons adapted, vegetables for the culture or- water bale proof.cover,After which this is 'was both shown fire and to bushel 1.50, and, they and are possibly unanimous|3 in this per store withwarehoueesandfactorybulidlngetoother advertisement containing. =,800 have ft. of an floor immense room.

warning to farmers not to sacrifice their nf Auxuata,making in all the
OR FINE ,QUALITY AND STYLE OF SPRING VEHICLES pineapple This place: will not stand on hose prevent, a resolution was adopted wheat and give the speculators all the largest part business of this kind under one
Mr. King to a
our books many days. Speak quick. requesting prepare paper management in tbe Southern btaUs.
THE MONEY OUR Either lot $27.50 acre for the next meeting showing the advantages profit there is in it The letter says the These stores and warehouses are crowded
THE MOST FOR IS. IOTTO separate per or for crop is being greatly overestimated by with the choicest production of the bet
his cotton
for the whole tract. ot baling
$25 process It is factories. My catalogue containlngiUus'trstlons
the dealers.
BEST U ONE OF Nu 18. ,House and lot in Titusville, over jute bAgging now in use. Tne con : newspapers and grain of goods will.bo milled. If you
Ij "figm then meet October said at the headquarter of the Frmers'Alliance will kindly.. where you.aw this advortlsement. -
at the corner of Palm and Julia street, vention adjourned to bureau of information, in I Pay Freight. AddressXa.
MATERIAL : xoSPWf adjoining residence of Wm. bl. Brown. 39tl m'xr. : press '
vOUffCATA | Washington, that the circular letter :OB. X-.A.aOGHIJTTI,
Comprises a lot 75 by 08 and the house it PROPRIETORPadgett's I
CASH FOR CARTER. above referred to simply conveys information .
AND HSSmHfKl( \ LOQUES
finished and
of new style, nicely good as relative to the condition of the Furniture, Store
--
Tj&g { Cl new; Cost $1,800 to build. Known as : wheat of the world which officer AND CARPET STORE.
\WORKMAN- \ )J FULLY- Bottom Rube Burrow's Captor Gets a crops ,
he; lIuckabay residence, price of the bureau say is such as must remit 10-1118 Broad St.,AUGUSTA,GA.

SHIP LUSTRATES $1,200. Snug Sum from Uncle Sam. In an increase of prices in the American

.No. 14. House and lot corner of Pine A Washington dispatch says: Tho product. The object of the bureau is to

WINS. OUR LINE. and DeSoto streets just north' of the 1n"l.ct in the tragedy; of tho killing of put information into the bands of pro. DONALD KENNEDYOf !

home of George W. Martin. Very largelot Rube Burrows, the suicide of Rube iucers in order to enable them to take advantage

SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTENTION ; small,but well built house, only Smith, and the penitentiary sentence of of existing conditions and reap

inished a few weeks ago. Cost over Joe Jackson his accomplice was be benefit of increase in price
performed ; any
SAMPLE JOB WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR 300. Plastered throughout, and baa Friday by the poetolHc.e department heonsclves.; rather than let their products Roibiiiy Mass says

WORK, THE WORK: TO BUY. fireplace and chimney. Price $100, official securing warrant for the go tO middlemen who it is assorted, are ,;
NO. 15. House and lot, fronting on payment of reward offered by the ROY now buying heat and will sell it later

Broad street in Tituiville, just cast of irnment for the apprehension of these on at an advanced price. The circular

RIDGEWATER CARRIAGE the home of W. R. Kaox. Fronts 50 outUws. For the arrest of Burrow a referred to ia not an official document of Kennedy's Medical Discoverycures

: V.A. Feet on railroad. Two houses on the lot; special reward of $1.000 will be paid to the alliance, but merely a letter of information

.RO-AJETO.ECE1 property now rented to good tenant, at tiler-on D. Carter, of Myrtlewood Ala. intended not only for the benefitof Horrid Old Sores, Deep-

.. $7 per month. Price, $375:-a great bar. Under a strict construction of the rule members of the alliance but for Seated :Ulcers of 40 years'standing

gain of the department which provides an farmers everywhere. The circular bears

Mo. 16. Fine block of hammock and essential condition of the payment of a reward the; caption, "Facts Worth Money" .clOd Inward Tumors, and

pine just north of town park; beautiful that the accused shall have been : Its first paragraph says"We ,
for residence. Size 250 by 330( every Disease of the Skin, exCept -
a ,1A place "convicted in a United State court have hit upon a plan of advertising
Feet, Would make 14. good building this reward couH not have been paid, the state by showing our ability to Thunder Humor and
,
lot. Mora than half of this block is but after a thorough investigation of all make for the farmers in this country a few

'" splendid oak and magnolia hammock. the facts and circumstances of the arrest hundred million dollars, trusting that Cancer that has taken root.

Price, $450.: and positive proof in possession of the there are enough sensible and decent
"WANT A 'AGON ?, No. 17. Two good building lots op.Eite government that Burrows Smith and ple among them to well our circulation peo to Price, $1.50. Sold by every

: I the Tituiville public school; ad. Jackson were "illy of a number of murders such proportions that we would receive the Druggist in the United States
I We save wagons buggies, surreys. High grade{ is light property of C. E. Dakin; excel. highway' I mil robberies. and in proper reward for our expense and trouble.

!Strong durable stylish, u beautifully finished as modernized: .: .. Size 50 by 103: feet. view of the fact that Carter, in the struggle :, This idea was the origin of our now famous and Canada.

manufacture can produce. Built on honor by men of life ( Price $12:1 each. which resulted in Burrow' death received wheat circular, of which we sent
No. 18. E J of nw J and lots 1 and t wound which will result in the -air.
experience. Honesty our policy prompt shipment our a out over a million about two months ago, CRKAK IUL'tI
of lea 17. t 81, s r 89 e, containing 144 his the LppUMl into ,, f
amputation of right arm, postmaster and whii h hag started a discussion about NamthWV.QaHkeAa
Ateortwt.
specialty. We want to know Write Costs : d.
you. us. you acres lias half mile of dyer front on general has decided to*make an the breadatuff supply that ha helped, to Baal( Sued Cwrie
nothing. May lead to business by and by. Send for our west side of river at head of Narrows
.
exception in hU case. It will not, how. ha extent of many million dollars, even
> catalogue. U Is free to every reader' of this paper @ingbamlan just below Barberla Bluff. Good fringe ever, be taken as a precedent fee future : those tf bo through ignorance
Wagon Co., Binghamtoiv N. Y. of hammock front. Part marsh but action. threw their train! 'prematurely into

about 100! acres of good land in the tract the; hand of speculator. We is-ne this leetoras Ta-e aad Sm ri,mlear >
Botome Cold te IMio.d and E
"BUILT FOR BUSINESS. Price $2,000. CONVICT LAWS
treatise on tbe .I.elltqueation in the lame Iffadainie. SUo. at bnwiftxa.tLV
No. 19, The north 43 acres of lot 1, enormous number again and request in '. BMO&,M warns...T.

and of the ne } of nw J of seo 5, t 27. reT Being En&ctdby Tennessee the first place, nil secretaries of the allS-

1 e. Price. $20 per acre. This land istwo Legislators.A vice to distribute them promptly sad S5RLWARD .oa ea.ca Wkswtu
mite of Eau Gillie north of
just hue special meetings called to discus tn Tob.reo
1101'10.Creek. and opposite Tropic; about Nashville dispatch says: Two important than rtTP.K EATAKA Ctttloc t" to*
bills became law Tuesday by them ___ faiws of our IJO'll' 'T braa4 of a.aMa.DON'T .
l of mile north of
a Goaheq
pott'mce.
quarter **r.aMleul Char who yoy
.() High bluff front} deep water hair p&Mage in the senate. One of them KINDNESS AT A PREMIUM.A can KB.*.a food a on* toe *
interfere with state rent* )10,11' tracker* now
make U to
a felony
close to shore. Land in arms! vicinity pn.e-
has sold within the at >$75 convicts to any way, punishable by from one"'ltI'o"trOtl'T'
past year
per
one to seven year*' Imprisonment. The Han Gets $100,000 for Being W. B. ELLIH & co..

Htl-i.No. 80. Lot 4 of MC 33, t 87, r 41 other compels payment of employe u Courteous.A WIN TOS.. __ _.OUTB_ C.Alt"'L1IXJW .

,=8 TJBSORIB.HI=: I 77 acres; excellent pineapple laud. often as every thirty day. The senate RaleUh N. C.. dispatch of Wednc :: "STOUT vEJ

Quarter mil front on Bt Lucia river ad. also.pueedthe penitentiarabillwhich; day sijs: A wealthy northern mail, who Malaria or mIck Uewi-x-h*.C.tlvBowela.
joining plantation of Stewart & Gasling. hu 1" to pas the bouse. It. providesfor last rear visited Rocky Mount, and was .Dub Ar< *. boas fetMMtek ..*..
The bent of land for sU on. gt Lucia [ a commission to select a site and plan shown assay courtesies by 0. W. Harris &s1.1.g s tr yns toed does arts sa..tatnaa

river, at reasonable figure.Terms tad have charge of the building. The a well-know citizen fell dead on }Ion.

on any of the above taU cash; cost Is limited to$320.000 Eighty thousand lav. 11U will boa been opened, and it U r fl'spilis

OR THIS PAPER balance in one, two or three jean at per annum b appropriated and to found that he bequeathed Harris$IOOu00

legal htCTMt QarrMpoed with us.A meet the increased expense taxation I* for courtesies shown the sum to be paid

1 os3Ls G&AJUK, THuMtiUe. Fta.tee.A raised i} cent on the hundred dollar 10 United States currency. ; will car* the.. u.K.l... hk. U saw







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anrf Rachel, and to be oVteUng out of the earthly eorrow jtrodc throntU wit the .t FOR 1I1E HOUSEWIFE.. r .

REV DJt LMAGE fountain,where ten thotwanl sheep ..havebeen rainbow of eternal Joy.redeemed-PaUI God .
drinking baton* yon. Ton will hare. and angels aad the and. To t>e welt, shod and better gloved are
to remove the obiuofe o.: prMe or never SUa*. Latirasr and Rldlov, Isaiah and Jsr* TO COOK WHITS 'tvmm B.W peculiarities of the'French ana American ?
find your to thai well. You will hare miah. Parson and John Milfccra, Gabriel and 5 tk
way women !
Michael the archangel. Lone line of choristers A ntco to cook white turnips It ti
THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUN' to come at we came willing to take the way claims 'to
Seas of JOY The who makes loud
water ot eternal life In and at reaching aoro-i the hills. amatl man
way any to in
any peel And cut them rather ,
DAY SERMON. band, and In ant kind of pitcher crying out: dashing to the white beaob. Conqueror l good character ouzht to be careful and
''0 Lord Jesus I am dyln of thirst Give marching from gate to gate. You among even-sized pieces put on to boil it: bate it always with him..

BuWeott "The Droves at the Well," trough me the or water goblet of; give eternal me the life water whether of lifer in;; them.Oh, what a gnat dock of cheep God. win clear water. When about half done Gen. Miles, the Indian fighter and pacificator ?

Delivered at Klmtra N. V. I care not in what it comes to me" Away gather around the oeJesrial well. No stone turn offal tho water'' and add frost Is.an expert'rider of the bicy
with all your hindrances of pride from the on the well' mouth while the Shepherd cle.
well's mouth. waters the sheep. There Jacob will milk, enough to well cover; season
Tam, "And they said W cannot anti nine Rachel the abepherde 'And standc With butter and salt and aim. Don't fret. Fretting and fault-finding ilria1fffey1tCNYT.1
'*IttMtfloektb gathered togtthnr. and fiU thirsty You have an nn.deflnedlonging lag on one BIde ofb.. well o< eternal pepptr make more women thin and wrinkled I !
Aev i*ojw>from the wrtFi moufA fo your soul. Ton tried rapture your childr i{ and standing mop gently until tho turnips are very than anything else in the world.A .
M we/wad ." tnoney-makinr; that did not satisfy TOO. on the other side of the well -of eter QA
MM3> --Genesis xxix, 8. Yea tried office under government; that nai rapture your Chrlfrti .-. yea tender; then add a very little sprinkle piano should never be allowed to

There ar some reasons why it li appro. did not satisfy you. You tried picture will tie bounded on all sides by-a Joy eo of flour let bolt up a moment and remain unopened for a period of several A *tnffinff .Ioh' ; f
priatojtbat I should accept the Invitation tofirateh and sculpture but works of art did Dot) keen and grand that no other world ba
at this mat interstate fair, and to satisfy yon. You areas much discontentedwith ever been permitted to experience It. Out servo in a hot dlah. Turnips preparedin months or longer. In the ears, headache, dearnes ?; -i rr
warn throngs of countrymen and citisens this life as the celebrated French author ot that one deep well of heaven the this delicate and When merely eating an ice or other Weak ; obstruction ; : ol*>
horsemen just coma from their fine chargers who felt that he could not any longer Shepherd will dip iVmlon for the bereaved manner are very slight refreshment between dances it is falling Into, throat '
charges ,
,the king of beast (for 1 take the crown endure the misfortunes of the world, and wealth for the poor, health for the make a dainty summer :vegetable. "not to take off your glove .Iome *
from the lion and put it on the brow of the who said I "At four o'clock this afternoon I sick rest for the _T. And then alt the necessary times profuse watery And" *- '
bone which ii in .every .way nobler); and hall put an end to my own existence. Deeds of the Lord's sheep will lie down ia the : [Juliet Parson. The emperor of Germany while enter- cthefs, thick, tenaeion bloody*, ?
peak to these shepherds Just come from Meanwhile I must toil on up to that time green pasture and world without nd w* Utning much more freely than his grandfather offensive brath smell &n .
their flock (the Lord Himself In one place for the sustenance my family." And he will praise the Lord that oa this fin an.tomnal did has keen to economy. putrid ; ; f
a
called a Shepherd and in another place wrote on his book until the clock struck Sabbath of 181 we were permitted wnmt CURDS IN .". eye tate impaired, and general debility 's
alled a Lamb, and all the good are sheep); four, when he folded 11' his manuscript among the swatinjr thekstory Oowper was over fifty when he published Not all of these syniptdtn at one*.
and preach to you cattle-men come up from and, by his own band lowing brds of this fah-grouad of These white speck are due to the "-John Gilpia" and 'Tho Task," .

the herds TOUT occupation honored by the concluded!his earthly life. Thar*.are men Jacob aad Kachsl the ekfIPhenat the curdling of the milk In the cream, anti Defoe 68 when he published "Ho Probably only a few'of them.' ,(
tact that God Himself thinks it worthy of Oh plunir your I
who wall in Mesopotamia. That's
her are perfectly discontented. Un- .5
Immortal record that He "the caW.ona let and be )looked for when btnson Cru oe. Catrh.
and
owns happy ia the to-day to be unhappy buckets Into thi* great Gospel well may aliriy by 1 Its
thousand hills." It is appropriatethat forever unnlessunhappyyyoon come to this them coin up dripping with Uat water ot whey U found at the bottom' of the The first London directory WAS printed A mid'k ,
I dame because I was a far Gospel well. This satisfies the soul with a which if a man drink he never, again shall ia 1007, and contained but 64 paces, with soothing, cleansing and :

.I'waa mer's boy nearly, and never saw and a baring city until been high deep, all-absorbing, and eternal thirst cream jar. At this season it is not the names of 1,700 persons and firms., properties has cured tfte 'most hope* ;j' 3

bon in the country grown I never got over It, saW most sction.unfortunate It )comes mhn and so much It offers of this the easy to prevent this, .but It may I* The juice of a half lemon in a teacup less cases. One thai-Vill.core"-y
aM would not dwell in cities a day if my world as is beet for him and throws all THE-NATIONAL GAME. done by careful management, as follows of strong black colt-h, without sugar, no matter how tad yotar, case of of +

to work TOO was now not and appointed when I there.get through Hy love I heaven into the bargain. The wealth of : The cream should bo skimmed will often cure a tick headache.A how long standing.,. A .medicine '' t,

wflf give you my hand for though I bare I a croMus poor and miserable ot air tne shilling HotWokflds"compared is with only DtrrrT. of Boston leads the Association In before the milk is thick and put4:Into s fly lays 830 eggs during" a summer. that doesn't simply palliate for' "

this summer shaken hands with perhape the eternal fortunes that Christ offer you sacrifice sitting.Aeoao The progen of a ,single fly may from time, butproduces, perfect and permanent ; .

forty States thousand of the Union people all the in twenty-one today In the far East there was a kin*who the League batten. Browning, of clean jar. .The fresh cream added June 1 to September 80, exceed 2,000,* '" -'
way throughto used once a to get on a scales while on Cincinnati is second. cures
rear mix it
should be stirred to
Colorado and North and South I will not the other side the scales were placed gold TIn American Association has had throe gently 000. That'll Dr. Saga Catarrh Remedy j

conclude shaken hands my summer with vacation You till old I farmerout have and sliver and ferns; indeed, enough were ,President within a year. with tbe older cream, and a handful The Arabian year is a lunar one, aad A cash payment of $500\ not fj?! V'I, !

there I How you you.make me think of my .placed;the close there of the to balance weighing the all king those; treasures then, PBlLADBLPBt hat beaten the Pittsburgh of salt bestirred In with It. The salt in the course of thirty-two years each you, a you might expect, but ;tor

father! You elderly woman out there were thrown among the populace in five games by one run. will retard souring and will not afoot month runs through all of the seasons. you, you can't be cured.' It's\an- ;I

With cap and spectacles! How you make But Christ today steps on one side the Gnirmr was the first Brooklyn man to There are plenty of good fish alwaysla offer that's made .hi good 'falth' W'
me think of my mother. And now make one hundred safe hits. the butter in any way, going out wIth ,
scales,and on the other side are all the treasures the but thousands of woith In. responsible l + i
while } their medicine bV
the air of these lea
fair-grounds of the universe and He says: "All RMLLT. of Pittsburg is plnying' by all the buttermilk. Churning should be prove I
Is filled with the bleating of sheep and tbe land people can never get to the sea- )
of Dr.
all the Sage1
are: height length Odds, the worst first base in the League. men, proprietors
neighing of hones and tbe lowing of cattle, ;pIlib't. I done '
all breadth, all eternity yours." when the cream is three days shore. .
1 Lora now leads the Boston League team ,
cannot find a more appropriate text Remedy.
than the* one I read. It is a scene Gospel.We don't When appreciate an aged the promises clergyman of was the in batting, run-getting and base-stealing. old, and the fresh cream added just Bills are now potted in Paris by machinery the kind of medicine to try .
in Mesopotamia' beautifully pastoral. A CTTRTXD ball. have been ned lam which it tiiid to be an improvement Tat: '
.**man very eminent la the church this before the churning should bo thoroughly it seem so f Ill :
wen of water' of great value in that ceJ student stood by his season than any time since their discovery. 'on the hand and paste pot ,
region. The fields around about it white Mdeendtetqed' man looked up and said "GLASS ARM" ball players is the term now stirred with tho old cream by BTStem. .

with three flocks of 'sheep lying down to him: "Can't son Rive me some comfort used on a man drawing salary on a past which the whole is brought to an oven '
for the I bear their the
waiting watering. m myajlng hour1 ."l'I O," sail the young reputation.FOREMAN. Lady Randolph Churchill only
bleating coming on the bright air, and condition of lourneu.-New York 'August
man: "I can't talk to you on this subject; Is the only one of the Washing American woman who has been honored

the Indulging laughter in of rustic young repartee.men ,and I look maidens off, you .know" "Well all about" said it,the and have known it so ton iiwhenwith more victories than defeau Times. by the queen with the Order of the
ionic. dying man, "Just to h
Crown of India.
and I other flocks of
see sheep coming. recite to The -
me some promises. young
Meanwhile, Jacob- a stranger, on the Interesting man thought a moment and be came to this MTCRS Philadelphia's second basemen, *
errand of looking for a wife. promise "The blood of Jesus Christ cleans- has never been how to make a safe hit on EGO PLANT. MAKT.persons are broken down from over Flower"How
the work or household O rfl. Brownie Iron Bitters
well. A beautiful Cincinnati
to the
eomee shepherdess ground
eth from all sin;" and tbe old man clapped Egg plant is not used as much' as It rebuilds the system, aids digestion remove .
comes to the same well. I see her approaching His hand, and in his dying moment said PITCHER McUru. has been effect!" for excess of and cure ,A
followed by her father's flock of '" '. lust the promise I have been waiting St. Louis winning sixteen and losing six should be. Thorn are several nice splendid tonic bie and maI does he feet ?-"IIe' r '
sheep. It was a memoriable meeting. Jacob for. 'The blood of Jesus Christ cleansetb to recent date.
game up e
married that ahephe dewa The Bible account from all tin!" On tbe warmth, the grandeur WHEN Hutchinson/ Is in the box for'tha ways of preparing it and it It a very Take em stains from silver,rubbing with blue a deep dark, ,unfading{ :, '
t' of it iss "Jacob kissed Rachel, and lifted up the magniflsnce of tbe promises! Chicago the players move about with toothsome vegetable. To fry cut the a wet sail rant which .been dipped in common in-the-Troof!, 'eternal blue; and 'h&' i
his voice and wept. It has always been.a Come, also, to this Gospel well all ye confidence of .perfect table ______________ :
mystery to me what he found to cry troubled. I do not suppose you have winning. egg plant across in rather; thin slices FITS stopped free by DR KUft*'*Gnu make everybody feel the same r, ,J
about! But before that scene occur Compare view ot this life BROOKLYN seems to have gone aU to pieces/ Kcnvi RMTORTO. after first Flower the R waT {
escaped. your about one-fourth of inch in Not
Jacob in the pitching department Not of the an lay t 't
red accosts one and S3
at fifteen of with what TOUT view me. Marvelous dar'f > \t
Asks them why they pompon.e the slaking of it is at years forty or age sixty, or seventy. What club's four h blarle4 pitchers is doing pan and pour boiling water over, cover bottle free. Dr.Kline. Ml Arch Bt,Phlla. How does he feel,?-He feels '
work.
of the thirst of these sheep, and why they good :1.
did not immediately proceed to water right then contrast or are of you opinion! now Were t Two you 'Tae Cincinnati Leaguers are the bent paid with a 'plate and let stand on the I*God not never for his sends highest a man good anywhere to where It heaace. generally .i ill ,,and con-', It\ \

them. The shepherds reply to the effect cups placed In your hands, the one a lot of ball player Cincinnati ever harbored back of tho stove for a little while, ro. own ao stant : .
"We are all good neighbors and as a matter sweet cup the other a sour cup. A'cup of and they are playing the worst ball ever We will gin f 100 reward for any ease otcatarrh smetmeexccatu&V f
of we wait until all the sheepof move from the water and drain on a ; .j. .
courtesy joy.nd a cup of grief. hlch-bas been the seen on the League groundo. that cannot be cured with Ilall'
the neighborhood come up. Besides nearest to being ful ,and out of which have CLEVELAND stove with Catarrh Cur*. Taken Internally. '.' '
that this stone on the well's mouth is ran tbe more frequently parlalenf What have hit Kusie., of FitUbnrg New and hardest Philadelphia season pepper and salt and F. J. C11ENEY.OO., l'pr.Toledo 0 How does he feel?-He feels t

somewhat heavy and several of us take hold a different place thecemetery It from season. More cork however ba this roll each dice in flour and fry brown violent hiccoughing or "
of it and it aside and then the bucket recently has Palls and tab saturated with glycerin jumping'o .
push .
what It used to be. One it was to been wn the stomach after .
bandied all a U'
roughly. by opposing tams in Loan butter ,
( ebrlnk.Ua1toe ,
And the troughs are filled and the sheep are and pot) or ; servo very not I iV
you. grand city Improvement, yon __________ &
ttttsflad. -We cannot until all the flocks be went out on the pleasure excursion and HAim-TOff. of the Philadelphia'is leading hot. Another nice way it to dip each with eyeense Dr. Tease Thomp. bitter-tasting matter or what he ha ;
gathered together,and till they roll tha stone the League in batting with a percentage of lN drunk
and eaten
you ran laughingly up the mound, sell aUSa per bottle. or -August Flower f
from the well's mouth; then we water the. you critlclseU in a light war the epitaph. .MO. lie has stolen seventy-six bases in slice in batter and fry; make the batter t I the Remedy. :
& ." when heard the bell 100 game Latham of Cincinnati, is eightMAHAOEB : '
Due since the day you with a little sweet milk or c.'oam r
behind ,
On, this is a thirsty world I Hot for the toll at the Rate as yon went in with the How t "
bead and blistering for the feet andparching procession it is a sad place, and they is a UUTRIC of the New York and an ojrg,'flour and baking powder; does he feel ?-He fee ,

for the tongue. The world'i flood of rushing memories that suffuse the aye more glass armed and maimed baseballplayers .season with taft and Another the gradual decay of' vital, A ,'< 4'\
treat want is a cool refreshing, satisfying eye and overmaster the heart. Ob, yon are being carried along on the pay popper. he feels miserable
draught. We wander aiouad and find han had trouble, trouble, trouble. God rolls of the different Association and League way 1 I. 'to pool the egg plant and out melfDcolT '"
the cistern empty. Long and tedious only knows how much you nave had. It is teams this year than has ever been the oose hoples and longs for
drought hat dried nineteen world's fountain a wonder you have been able to live through inc*he has figured in the baseball arena into modlnm-tlzod pieces and boil in Flower the Rem.' t

*, but nearly centuries agoa. it. ,It is a wonder your nervous system bias THE Boston notation team oan fairly salt and water until tender, then turnoff edy. r I'; tlft
Shepherd with crook In the shape not been shattered and'your brain has not claim to be a model organization. The '_ j *
of a cross, and feet cut to the bleeding, explored trouble. If I could men the water and'add cupful of c "
reeled. Trouble, gather cream, '
Dare all been
the desert of this world, and sobriety itself and not a player Y How does h.e feel?-He feels M"
passages all the griefs ot all sorts from this groat bas conducted himself in an Improperor un. butter and pepper and salt at ,
one day came across a weU a thousand feet audience and could put them in onescroll seemingly manner. This will also apply to ; serve full after eating a meal that he can e. ; '
deep, babbling and bright and opalescent neither man nor angel! could en- the Athletic, New York and Chicago team*. once., Stuffod eggplant 1* prepared hardly walk-August Flower the: '{
and looked to the north and the south and dure the recitation. well, what .*Tv,
tbe east and the west and cried out with a do you want Would you like to JoimEwwo, of the New York*, has a by parboiling the plant tea'or fifteen Remedy. *> *; ,*

vdo strong and musical that rang through hare TOUT property agalnf "No,* you say, better percentage 6t victories than Kusia. minutes, then cut down the middle G. GREEN, Sofe'auactater '. .
the age: "Ho, every one that thlrstetb. ; as a Christian man, I was becoming arro- "Long John"has won sixteen ont of twenty 0 "AK
'
come ye to the waters P ;ant,and I think that is way the Lord took three games and Baste has won twentynineout and take ont all the Inside, remove the i a.0NJD. Woodbury, New Jersey' ILS. i ,
Wow a great flock of sheep to-day gathered it a war. I don't want to have my property of forty-nve. Chicago' reliable llutohnson seeds tile and i '
rest add little
around this Gospel welL There are a great hack" Well), would you have your departed has tbe best record having won thirty' chop a S ,
thirsty souls. I wonder why the back "No .'1 fin out of orty-even games. pork
many friends again you say chopped very flno.brcad crumb.,
hocks of all nations do not gather-.why so couldn't take tbe responsibility of bring CATCHER HARRINGTON think Crane, ot i
many stay thirsty; and while I am wonder. leg them from a tearless realm to Cincinnati one of the beet pitchers be ever butter |x-ppor and alt nutmeg, part ENJOYS :

lug about it, my Uzt breaks forth lathe explanation a realm of tears. I couldn'tdo supported. "It's a pleasure to catch bit ley and onion -alt or part at I It liked Both ,
the method and
,saying "We cannot until all the it." Well, then what do you Etching," says Jerry "for he can put the rJt when f
Books be gathered together, and till they want! A thousand voices In the audiencecry ball where b* want it. From bill easy rctnrn to Its shell and close the lit, Syrup of Figs is taken| pleasant

roll the stoue from the well's mouth; then out: ,"Coaitort give WI comfort. For movements you wouldn't think h* wa golnz binding it with soft thread bake in a and refreshing the taste. acts
; ,
water the sheep. rolled the to send the ball I'll I t ad
we that reason I bare away stone over with anr speed but
'It a herd of iwme come to a well they from[ the wall's mouth. Come promise you they oome taalng la hk* a pan with a llttlo water and butter, gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
angrily jostle each other for the precedence; ed of the flock pursued by the waves came rocket" Liver and eJel the ly*
batting when "U bt
U a drove of cattle come to a well they hook to the fountain where the Lord's. sick and frequently; done lay torn dispels headaches
each other back from the water; but when and bereft ones have come. the egg plant in a dish and add to the efetualI. and cld
the flock of sheep come, though a hundred "Ah" says some one "you are not old een cur. habiua
of them shall be disappointed they only enough to understand my sorrows. You THE LABOBWOBLD' gravy in the pan a few spoonfuls of co.tptlol Brrup of Figs L

express it by sad bleating they come together have not been in the world as long as I hare,. -- cream, a little chopped parsley aud of iU kind pro
peacefully. We want a great mul- and can't talk to me about my misfortunes '
titude tocome around the Gospel wall. I you in the time of old age." Well I have BOHEMIA miners average f 133 a year. thicken slightly with flour, let it boll duced, pleasing to the taste and aoceptable > .. .

know there are those who do not like crowd been a great deal among old people and I BT. LOOM bas a working girls' library.; well and tho t th stomach, prompt ia .L 3t'
they think a crowd is vulgar. If they are know how they feel about their failing EDOSWOBTH (Peanj) has a girl carpenter. up pour, over vegetable. its action ad truly beneficial ia iU '

oppressed for room in church it makes Not theIOIIitlvely health, and about their departed NEW You union plasterers' laborers get Or you|can boil the egg plant and effects, prepared only from the most .
impatient and belligerent. so and about the loneliness that eome-
Friends
did these Oriental shepherds They waited times ,strikes through their soul. After ;13.73 day. when tender remove the skin and healthy and agreeable .ubc Its

until all the flocks were together and the two persons nave lived together for fortyor CBIOAOO furniture workers strode for seeds, drain off all moisture, chop flue many excellent qualte. it .
more flocks that came the better they likedit. fifty years and one of them is taken sight hours. to all and it the mostpopular .
And so we ought to be anxious away what desolation! I shall not forget Tarn Ilebrew-Amarioan Typographical and season well with 'butter, pepper mae 'erne or rtat CHArt'w haw I LL-
that all the people should com*. the cry of the late HOT. Dr. De Witt of ion has adopted a union label. and salt and form in remedy kown lrge variety,.well .the.latest dealfM E. C
Go out into the highways and tOe NewYork when he stood by the open AT Fall River Mae,. 20,000 textile worksrs neat-ihaped croquettes Byrup of Fi sale b 50o scarf ,

hedges and compel them to come grave of his beloved wife and, after the obsequies are offered redaction of wages.A roll in beaten tea and cracker and t bottles by .all leading .druggists Is la wltbot tb*matter a purall.l of precious in the slopes kk> our. .tO' ; d e s
mn and W them they are looted down into toei '-
In.4n_< I Atlanta ,
--- n. open puce merchate/a/ i
to the poor and tell them the affluence there I, end faithful and beloved wife. The bond be road to allow its bands to organise.THSJ brown paper laid in the oven for a nay not have it on hand will pro'cure who imps Io.dlrUT from our ,
Is In Christ. Go to the blind and tell'them that bound us is severed. Thou art in glory, confectioners of Ban Prancisoo are it promptly for any one wise ftnn" rO. White1 + EurJ ., '
of the touch that gives eternal illumtnattoa. and I am here oo earth. W* shall meat moving to have a six-day working week. few moment to absorb the grease; wishes to it Do hot 1n an. t -
Go to the lame and tell them of the-jo.r that .I again. Farewell! Farewell Toleaaoaa GBATO UABTBR POWOJELT, of the K. of then serve,hot. Yon can add an egg try accept U )
will make the lame man leap like a prop for fifty years, art then have it break I., want work prohibited election day. substitute. KINC'COTTON
bart. Gather all the sheep off of all the unrtar yogi I There were only two year.' AT a conference of labor delegate recently > and a few bread crumbs to the mix. CAUFOm PlO SYRUP w ,

,mountains. None so torn ot the dogs woe difference between the death of uyf'U bald la Edinburgh 84,000 men wererepr*. ture before forming the croquette. if Co try w sell your Cettoa JQ3TES w 3
sick none so worried, none so dying,as to er and mother. After my mother's4toeaae. punted, StH nAHOISOO CAl
5 omitted. When the fall elections come my father used to go around uthough you like and any herb that are desired UUI.'U 1 /IW &. Cotton Soalt./ .
the whole land scoured for voters and U a looking for sometblaj; and b* Tn United Brotherhood of Carpenter ,
man is too weak or sick to walk to tb. would often set op from one room without and Joiner will send lecturers ail over the at seasoning.-[Chicago N wt. and Whiskey HaWt SODs.Ton 1H. -
for him but country cured at home wlia. terse ,
polls a carriage U tent ; any seeming raonaud go another room .4
'
when the question is whether Christ or and then n* would take aU caaa and Oven 1500 women haft Joined the New OPIUM out pain. Book nf Hre par.lieuUnsent '.,
t.ha devil shall rule this world, how few start oat and some one would say I "' & York Cloakmakr Union during th*. last TOMATO ::. : auG' N.T.
then are to conn out and seek the sick and er. where are you going and fa* would six month Bw u.U. IUf.WOLLy..D. -
the lost, and the suffering and the bereft, answers "I don't buoy exactly where 1 TIm Dan.cK.( ) electric toad has bea Tomaicet-Slice three"or four (1 WW&I SMITH'S WORM oiL

the lame, and induce their suffrages for am going" Though be ws a but-. turned over to the employes who are tow ripe tomatoes, put In a shallow bow] "How wt Make the Fruit Farm Pay. I. V>am.l*.l* |b. 'Bex, Qiteksst.Wl '.
the
not a,Ventworld him oooa
Lord Why gather eel man, sever saw err aing It the
oa eo-opwati. piau.Tn Jlddnot
flockf AH America In a ; all the and that was at the burial of my mother. and set on ice. Prepare a dressing of ..0. M.Ilaaie Warps Medici** ee1A.
in flock. This wail of the After sixty years living together 11 was taw employee ia th* Elfin IlL) Watch .GaEE. Beebceler. X. T. i'ALMro, OA. rl 1etQ
a olive oil
vinegar
c organiMd. Thar are pepper and salt, that oa l'th 01 I E
the bum. ADd then are aged people today tutl' th .
toputout eeespio tp&t
enough to
Is deep part.
Gospel 8000 ot them : giving a0 '
woman.IT with PATENTS k
tag she hlU'tMQ hundred millloa who are fMIt.C Just such a pans a* that. J a tablespoonful ol sugar, s&sxMB ; ad Mi Ollowiag day.51 Temltb'sWormOll
'of theraosT Do not let the church by a want to tell them there b perfect enchantment stated that there ar .,000 pUao ,,, 'w'. I *I r-'wriwlkwi
sririt ofexclurivenasa keep the world out. in the promise ot this Gospel and I mad annually la America and that tore* Broiled Tomatoes Take large eau,eaw.va weww.a _tow 14 S fi iV. *" t
Lei down all the bars swing open all the com to them and offer them my.arm. or I po md*of steal win are used tor aob inatrameat. round tomatoes, wash and wipe lay SIOK w.& wwL ,XB Bold gverywhere BO OopR.iIOIJO. 1y
IV ale JMr "
"Whoso- I a Sajnj p : -
alitbetntGon.: .1 take their arm and bring them to a .
.attes ken m,. .
gates J. il. mver will let him.. Come white and this Gospel welL Bit down father AIl electrlo drill in an Idaho mine reoeotly oo the gridiron, place over a good '' .,. all trOUU1. sib. f

Come red men of the forest Come or mother, sit .. Baa if there 1* performed the feat of boring a two-inch holt fire. When brown turn. Take LA Illt )" wu.Wrll..L. ... .
/I.
on la
Laplanler out of the 11IO. Come Pate anything at the well for your Coma through twenty fort ot solid granite m four up : ... 'J w.J .
c out of the Come iA fur. David the Psalmist ban you anything hours.A a hot dish, with butter, pepper and earelyst.jLZLpaau .I'. sr.
Come paatiug under palm leana. Come encouraging to over them? "Yea" saysth MOTxman Is on loot.'J'afrport,1f.Y, salt I .1-, FRED "ca5rdteems
Come DOW. A.e at tbiI FtaUuist They shall still bring forth era NSIekairee 11-
Com. all Ba- looking to tbs eatabuahaumt of a Dew shoe PENSION MAIfeMl. 01. ."" .,,,. ;
and
Ii
'
be .
laDOb fruit a aid they shall fat aad floor 0A.
age
well of K.-potamia. factory, tlw stock of which If to be owned Slewed Tomatoes-Peel and
chef were betrothed 10 now at this well of thing; to show that the Lord U upright He almost exclusively by the workers chop :f N. u. .. .*. ..... ......1'btrsl'It.gT
,uiveuoa Christ our Shepherd w meet you I* rock, and then I* BO unrigtatecHunw ripe tomatoes, put In ins saucepan, '""" r. c'
with long tlocU ol eahI uJ ia'j ." COOM Isaiah have you anything; OUT of ut!suttee la England last year, Pl'IO'tJ hYLS4CGit 1'0" GATAItA ;_"Ea.u ss &q ass, acs
up JOUI' band in which 844,840 people took part. 47' were with two slice of minced onion stew 1 i ( I
and He w stretch out I to say eat of your propbaei**for thsa aged ; 00Id fa faaiaL u bM.I WI' s.nala. cur t
anxieties, DO eQU&
aU besle, Isaiah "Down old 1UOOIIIIIful 207 war fallura sal nhuty .
.ill pledge of Hiselfectio. wl peopUt say ; to slowly for one hour. Add a teacupof
out .BeboId the bridegroom age I am with thee aad.lo hoary hair willI four were ttadartdd, Ta average duration
l
meth.r1 10 J.out to meet Ilim.- carry th-.* WalL if the Lord I*going to Of strikes wa eighteen day. stale bread crumb to a quart til f

You DOtJce U1 this well ol Keeopot.am1l carry you you ought not to worry much Tae railroad of the country cnploy 700. tomatoes with a tablespoonful of 1
about failing eyesight and CaUiog 000 Salt they lo..Muo of their
your men year
Lad a stone OB It, which must be removed U .
limb and 80,000 of them ia bntWr and a little and salt .IJ Ointtueot of whlcb a mail part.lele II s .
before the sheep aId be watered and I camber ia killed ar* pepper ; ",Mss old plIe4 10 tbe. i I
find on the well of salvation to-day impediments Bat some on lay*, la the audiencesfotwlth.tandiag wed aaBCally. It I*a&tIeoS t 1.O*. cook half an hour longer. 4d.bclrualal.l&HArsLrlsa.W MId Iy(..
arren.Fa .
all have aid this OOU then far _
and obstacles, which meat be re you people depend CD *mpi9y h '
moved In order that obtain the morning find no alUruttoo for my true Imnf. Tomatoes are to almost CmcMtntft
you may refreshment acceptable
life of this Oowxd. la your bla." Well 1 am DOS through yet. I Tae Traoea Union Ce egrs wa fAd W ? ROiErbbb' \ '1i
eau the impediment is pride of beart.YOII han left the most potent consideration for KcwtwU with 6UO d l g s-j nprossumg1SULOOO every one, writes Mrs. E. R. Parker, .
eanaot bear to come to ttomocratia fooB- the last 1 aaj going to soolfc you with the ktit4 aad aimillml cVitusli work In tile Courier-Journal, and are e vey_........._.... ,... .___ ... '
of haavvo. However talkativ* among '"" .N "
fain you do not want to coot with so thought BMtT TeeCeagrer adopted a sedation la taw._-" T.b_. _
many others. It is to you like when Joe may be, there will com a time whoa the f.wof m-irnit-.proposed Ias.nataatBJgbtboar th. most .healthful vegetable foundIn .I/---, _. I .. i
sure dry, coming lOa tows pumps eota- stoutest sad most emphatic iaterrogatlaawill ,pvmMv la esrtala_ our market The variety ftJ CMtrw..rsa+e = ueww.ee I
A following wow'Wspre 1
evoke from m no.war. soot a* j. ?
ia a parlor sipping oat at a .
W TJaloo of Hall
TEE *. .'
paredebahu wfalck baa just been IKtodCramasUver .*have edceed our lip for the teal dies Oeroaay iat.ov-t' by the. of recipes preparing them will J I

.... Not so many pubii- BO power on earth can break that will be taoior. and tu fkad* were cooflsoaUJ, bee>,aee at enable housekeepers to serve then I d. f. It.d ;
O ChrUttaa.
your ee
Bit whet
1IiIy. CiCIIa
cans and dance Too want to gas te atreral meetings thaxaffrag andWOOMO'S a.1 .site JoooIp n '
heaven, but U muss be ia a special car with spirit Ie a_ot ia gIsdw. TbeIIIi1n political tight war riiiinssil qttMtioo Ja frequently yet have a change of lBa wf aatitstimrJ ,
your feet ou a Turkish ottomaa and a'bead of heave waving t its tram bk Germany t*I* sg lass U*U w tar women M dltbest lIIIY J
-of Basic oa board tfea traia. TOIl da oat eoa.siathe tIriPi air. Victors I u
want to be la con&anr with rostio Jacob UOU ftawiaf Jltatr .mm**. Tbe.. ft <: '

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Batgalh in Hearing Orange The one who,went up with Df.put1Sber-' ,".,i"" :;'''"''!' ot.Jorra:4:: = TG !

iff Ellis,'however! was a preacher x. tXSr

We offer ft bearing Grove.grove of 600 treed Mrs. II, N. Clark and her daughter, aQ.P1 8 tz: :;f ;: :SCOBS: .. SBCOE3S: !

In City Point hammock. Crop, coming Miss Mabel Ellis, of Chicago: who spent II :r t j l..J !!!! Pair Guaranteed.
season, about 600 boxen. Twelve acres last winter here, were so pleased with S' =a () Every
of excellent land. Three hundred feet the river, and the Improvement In Miss Po :1 Stock'most complete, and reasonable for quality of. roods. Also
front on river, and running back quarterof I Ellis' health was so apparent that they t:1: S' .1;; t1 5::' 4 0 -3 complete line of HOSIERY, GENTS' FURNISHING 'GOODS, *,
a mile Same amount of front on' have concluded to spend the coming e: t 1 _.
a [ m ", ILA..TS .A..ND OAPS., ..
county road. New house; four large winter here. o r; I.>.. CDt e .
rooms, sealed; with hall andJorch: ; If all the steamers are funning here ,"faxo' )+I .c.. 4 Come and see the latest style In DERBY'S and CRUSH HATS.
kitchen, dairy, large will 'CD. =""4 S I;;
next winter that we hear of, }here o:
barn '!rood springs of water, a variety 01IIhrubberJ. be no lack of transportation. We sup a "' 5 'lIS, N1 ; lrj 20 Per Cent. off Straw Hats
The Improvement alone will do did In days of o'C't I" ,
pose they an they ", t
are worth the price asked. A great bar yore, on the St. John's:--every time a $ 0a ; i I To Close them Out.
Price : : Io 'i __ _
gain. $5,750. new boat came on the rates were raised, 'po ri --
Write for particular to so all could make a living. ei: ) "OJ jf", to1
2Qtf BOBBINS" GRAHAM, Titimllle. .. =a a 1'\01 s. DRY GOODS HOUS FURNISHING GOODS ETC; ETC
The water being high In the canal (?) kr.-' (\ t' I ,, ,
Across the'Sea. boats now pass through without delay, CD 11"afI5i 'lJj Ro r : ; t -

Every Indication-of good fellowship, on and Sunday arrive,on does time.not stop The here through, but mall goes, P Z ; Md I'i> : SJ SJhf "More Value for a $ than Any Other House In the Stale :

right on to Titusville and leaves on Mon. : iN 0 ,-4 't1 IIo
Incident that draw closer together }
every England and America" the great- day morning, while letters posted, here &0: F' 00 H ia. C.r.2 I Irn > J. P. TURNER & COGroceries
after boat time Saturday cannot leave
nglUu speaking nation, ought to bo Titusville till Tuesday morning.On ;! ,-+ () Z g: ,
,made the roost of. English Is the lan ';E .. :
guage of the future, because already Monday afternoon a young colored 11" ... CIJ t-4 CIJ t:3 'iL E. L. xi.dRii=
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more civilized people use It than any man who has worked here a great deal I S'..m OQ &:IS tz:. I> '-' Qpp S. ? ,'
other, also because those who speak it entered complaint against two unknown :r M C ,
are the coming race. Troublous times colored men for robbing him, on the () 8 en l..J Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
are .fn_ store for the .nmnnmlllA.......--...--* In.- Y r.-.|1* highway of a gold watch_and chain. 'A :::1 .*.. sP' & M e+ -91'oI.tlp ,
rope England Is a kingdom in Ihtlemore warrant was Issued, and :. T. Lipscomb d a. (U
= I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to Stock of'
9: my
than the namo, her government deputized to arrest the parties. They i-! 0Q. "
being as free as our own. In the crash were found without much difficulty, and CD < ;. a Staple Sc Fancy Groceries; ITriiit
that is sure to come among monarch- positively Identified by the man who lost CI> tz:
ies'and empires, it will be well for the the watch, as the parties who bad rob- r; 1 tTir3n lI1 And Food ProductsOf
a "fro
free English speaking people to stand bed him. When the parties found the All Kinds. Also My Stock of

together. They can rule the world. officers atcr them, they passed over the n _. S..: > 4Dm Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal
Significant signs show that the feeling watch to another party to return to the fDBREYARD Hay, ,
of brotherhood between Great Britain loser. The prisoners claimed that they'1 fI 13 .;. Ground Food and WJieaU
and the United States Is Increasing. won the watch by some gambling deviceof I am the only house .Indian River dealing exclusively the above line of
Pleasant it li to read of the special services drawing cards, and that the party Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence,and solicit
held In Westminster Abbey in placed his watch In thehands of one of
your patronage. Very truly
memory of our dead poet, Lowell. them against f 2. The prisoners belongto JAMES HOLMES, President. _!. Jj. TTF* A Tvy
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Archdeacon: Farrar himself conductedthe the floating class of hard nuts while COUNTY
beautiful and impressive service,and the person robbed Is a quiet, hard-work ALBERT A. TATLOB, Secretary.
said of Lowell: "He was one of the sacred ing man, who in two years here was never GEORGE )[. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
unions binding England and America known to be in any fuss,or even toucha STATE BAM INDIAN RIVER Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.
s more closely together, He was loved card or gamble in any way. The statemonts'of : Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Compnny.Rob'bins .
nnd his memory will be revered the the accused and the witnesses ,
two' mightiest natldns of the earth." In their behalf were: so contradictory, and
Pleasant It Is to read, tool that a special the Identification so positive, that the COCOA FLORIDA.Incorporated REAL ESTATE & Graham
committee of English ladles has accused were bound over to Circuit ,
taken up the work of furthering the Interest Court, and committed In default of ball. 1880.CAPITAL .
of our Columbian fair, At the I There are a few more who will have to EXCHANGE '
head of the committee U no less a person 'travel soon. : LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE.

than the queen's own daughter Princess Paid Up, $25OOO. ,

the Christian British which Royal family shows towards the fouling America of The Best Bargain Authorized, $100,000. COCOA, Indian River, FLA We have For Sale a Large List of r Carefully Selected India '

'at least. We can recall with satisfaction We can quote at present Is an excel ,
too, that this Interest among the lent tract of pineapple or vegetable land, ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. .
women of England in our World's fair containing about seventy-five acres, lying Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and River Properties, t
Money'to Loan at Lowest Bates.
is due to the efforts of the accomplished on Mcrritt'a Island, between Brant-
and patriotic president $f the American ley and and Tropic, having a frontage of DIRECTORS?, Exchanged. Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Line'

women's commission for the exposition, seven-eighths of a mile on Indian River, G. S. TlABDEE, President. Canal and Transportation Co.
Mrs. Potter Palmer.-Equator-Democrat. and the same on the Banana River.'This JAMESHOLMKB, Vice-President. IBSp- All Inquiries will\ be promptly
Key West. property as free of frost as land at R. 'B.: HOLMES, Cashier. and reliably answered. Fire Insurance C.A.N'.A.L LAN'DS.Florida .
Eden. Steamers pass the land daily. ALBERT A. TAYLOR, .J. M. SAXDKIU, I written in standard companies at lowest Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa Key West Railway Company
Notice. Transportation costs less from this land J. F., WOOTEN. I rates. Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,

Eau Gallic town lots for sale between than from reach down market river points from one, and to shipments two- and..___ other___'__ Low Priced Lands, '

ship yard and posto lce. For business days quicker. Price for the entire tract, Mono-; Loan -flLlxvciyjs on. ,XEc nd..
or ,residence. Apply to Wm. Roesch, $4,600. Will not sell less than wholetract At Ten and Twelre per cent, in sums to wit.
Eau'Gallle, Fin. llsoptSmo Speak quick. Apply to Robbins Write, for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.

Indianola. u GrphamjTituevule/ JTU.- Be The Clyde Steamship Co. Address, p. o. box 108,,Titusville, Fla. ;


Range of TemperatureIn ED""IH.T.A.R.D STILI1VG. ;

,We have had plenty of good rains for Tltnivlll :

the last few weeks. For the week, ending List night, Sept. / Cocoa,_ Indian River, Florida, ;,

Rev. 8. F. love preached at Indlanolalast 17, 1801, as compared with that of tho Dealer In
Sunday, the 13th. corresponding week in 1800. Recordedat
PAINTS HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE & AGATEWARE
Mr. S. J. Fields and family, were up the U. S. Weather Bureau office,' Tltnsville. w : ,

visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Blyth lost PLUMBERS' A MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS PUTTY, TABLE

Sunday.Mr Day Max. Mini: ,', Max. Min &; POCKET ('' LARDED WIRE, WIRE NETTING
C. Blyth and wife at 1. 4; WIRE CLOTH.
were up 1800. SEi' Eunzn.: 1801.
Courtney Wednesday, visiting Mr. and 18 80 71 65 73 DOORS, S..4.SEJ: :, EJLcsrIS:: : ::aE1.XOB.: ,
Mrs M. H.: Sams. 19 84' 73 82 73 Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.

Mr. Mlot and Mr. McRae went out to 20 84 70 .'' 84 73 Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gsna
the creek hut Saturday, fishing, but did 21 8? 74' 84 73 Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves Coffins and Caskets;
not catch anything.We 23 84 73 83 68 ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, loe
: 23 80 71 88 72 New York Charleston and Florida Lines. Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
are very sorry that Mr. Grant and 24 87 70 84 68 Chimney Pipe' ; Flan 4; Bunting; .
Mr. Nisbet are both sick with chills and I J, E. LANOUKTTK, Observer.For Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc.
fever, and hope they will soon reCOTOr.I The magnificent Steamships of this ,Line are appointed Catalogues sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondent j

many I\TII Mr. B.F,Thompson, to sail as follows : solicited and estimates furnished promptly. '
Copt W. A. Abbett, who, has long of Des Moines, Iowa, was severely afflicted
been with Messrs. Percival and Hatton, with chronlo dlarrh a. lIe says: CALLING AT CHARLESTON; S. C., BOTH WAYS.
Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, Des "At times it was very severe so muchso (UTAJTDABD TIM*.) .
Moines, Iowa" and is one of the best that I feared it would end my life. :From(Pier New 29,E.York.B.) STEAMER From Florida.Jacksonville. The Carpet Palace

known and most respectable businessmen About seven years ago; I chanced to procure WednesdayAng.Seth,at S P. M......""ALGO/QUlN.Tue.da, Sept. lit. at 1.30 1'... ,
In that : "I can testify a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Friday, Aug. Seth std P. x....."CHEKOKKK.Thursday: Sept 3rd at 430 A."
'to the good qualities of Chamberlain's Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It gave Monday, Aug.Mat at 8 r. ...,. 'YEMAB8KK,''.......Sunday: Sept. Oth. at 6.00 A.M. .
Wednesday,Kept. 2d,at S r. "8KM1NOLK"..Tuesday: Sept. 8th, at 7.00 A.M. 48 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
Cough Remedy. Having used It In my me prompt relief, and I believe cured Friday, Sept. 4th, at S P. x."IRpQUOIg't.V...,....Thurtday, Sept loth, at 9.00 A.M. ,
family for the past eight years, I can me permanently, at I now eat or ,drink Monday, Sept, 7th,at a 1'. M. "AUM':-'gurX..Sunday Sept. 13th, at 12.00 M.
safely say it has no equal for either coldsor without harm anything I please." I Wednesday: ,Sept. Oth,at 3 P.Friday x."CHEROKEE'I..Tnesday, : Sept. lath, at ISO P.M. Where you will find the very best. selection of
I 60 cent bottles the &"t.llth,at 3 P. x."YEMASSEEI'.Thursday: Sept. 17th at 3.30 P.M. "
for sale with
croup. by have also used it in family '
my
Monday: & '. 14th, eta P. M."SEMINULE".Sunday Sept. 20th, at SM A.X. .
DUon A Gray. ..*& best results. For sale by Dixon &; Wednesday,Sept 10th at 3 P. ....."IKOqUOI.S/.Tuesday: Sept. Kid, at 7.00 A.M. Carpets, Mats, .
Gray. 4-4 Friday, Sept.18th,at S P. x."A 'NgUIyi "......Tbnntda), Sept. 24th, at 9.00A.M.
Monday, Sept.Slit, eta P. ..;..."CHEROKEE.1, .......Sunday, Sept. 47th,' a' 12.00 M. Shades, Oil cloths,
A Cheap Bargain. Wednesday,Sept.23rd,at 3 P. ...,.."YEMAB8EE '......Tuesday Sept 29th, a' 1 JO P.M.
Aurantia.Mr. Friday, Sept.25th, at 3 P. ........SIM.INOU.>. .......Thursday, Oct.<< let, at' 2.00 P.M. Mattings, Lace curtains,
tot acres hickory and oak hammock Monday, Sept.28th,at 3 f.Wednesday. M. IKOUUOIiV* ..Sunday Dot. 4th, at 6.00 A...
about four and one-half acres clearIand .Bept.90th,at 3 P. a.'AWONl4LfIN.Sunday..... : Oct. 6th. at fl.OO A.M. Rugs Cornice poles,

planted with one hundred and fifty C. Brown Is sojourning at the Potters, China Silks, I
orange trees, just coming Into bearing. Haulover. a guest of Mr. J, J. Flannery.. St. Johns River Line. And Mosquito Nets.
Situated at Eau Gallle; beautiful loca
Despite the rains the people here are
tion.
For Information GOODE address* Hooo, much encouraged by the fine appearanceof For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate PoIntsTon Estimates given. Samples sent. The only exclusive carpet house In Florid. i
4* their groves. Our Goods are THE BEST, and the Prices THE LOWEST.. '
Melbourne, Fla. the St. Johns River.Steamer .
Mr E. Jay Quimby Is Improving 22nd Mall orders will receive prompt attention.

avenue which leads from the depot to "EVERGLADE" Oleutrlx.: c*? OorlDott; ;
Melbourne.Last ,
the river He Is also making Improvements
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on his hammock home. Leave Jacksonville for Sanford, Sunday,Tuesdays and Thursdays,at 3 JO p.M. Beturn- 4sept-6mo 48, West Bay Street, Jacksonville, f\a.\
lug,leaves Sanford Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,at 10 A.M.
Mr. J. C. Taylor Is putting his fine
week was a rainy one. steam launch Into proper shape. He expects Steamer "Izy ILVJLKJL"

Saturday night gave us the heaviest 1 to have her ready for the coming Leaves Jackson_for Sanford Mondays and. Fridays, at 3.30.P.M. Returning, leaves GEO. LESTER CO.
rain ire have seen for years. winter Banford Sundays and Wednesdays,at T.OO A. X.
I The above steamers are Sited up with flrut-cUas accommodations for passengers, and the
The flat woods are rather moist, and ., Mr. W. F. Browning of Sanford, came tables will be supplied with bent la market.

there Is plenty of water for the 'gator over one day last week. He Is much Impressed General Passenger and Ticket Off lce.88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.F. t .
with the fine location of little RECEIVERS OF
aun.t rs to get Into the marsh. our
settlement. .M.IRONMONGER .!r..'Florida Passenger Agent 88 West Bay: St..Jacksonville,n..
Mr. C. H. Stewart returned last week W. F. OGDEN FAY. )Traveling Passenger B Bowline Green.New York. ,
Auraull bids fair to become quite a J.O. PELOT. Freight Agent,on wharf foot Slogan Street,JacluonvUle fl&.
front his Daytona trip. lIe says he found winter resort Many northern tourists JOHN L. UO\\ABD. Florida Freight Agent tout Laura Street,Jackwuville.Fla ORANGES BANANAS
other places fully as dull as Melbourne here this winter and doubtless J.A.LJo:8LII!:.Superintendent,tout Laura Street,Jackaonvw.,Fla.THk0. LEMONS |
are expected ,
and mosquitoes more numerous than O.IGIR! ,Tramo Manager II Howling Green New York.
they were here when he left. they will return north with many MAR81LU.L H.CLYDE Aut Tralfto!danger,5 Bowling Green New York ,
trophies and pleasant recollections of
The predicted gale of the 21st failed their stay in this land of sunshine. WM. P. CLYDE. & CO., GenM Agents., AND: GR.13PESi:::

to arrive here, unless the squally norther 1* South Wharves,Philadelphia. ff Bowling Green.New York. ,
Crusade at
tally Georgiana.
21st was a lovely day, cool In the breece, 264 Washington Street New York.We
and bright enough for any one. I There will be a crusade rally, under .

CoL Conable, with his daughter Mrs. i the auspices of the W. C 8. U., on thegrounda JNDJ.A.N: RIVER::: :eO'Jer:: :..,
Turner left on Sunda,'.boat-Mrs.Turner 'of Dr. Witt/eld, September 20,
to loin her husband at Columb 1801. Dinner promptly at 12 o'clock Issue a WEEKLT PRICE LIST, and shall be pleased to forward it to J*}
Ga., and the Colonel for Portland, Ore> noon. Immediately after dinner there TITUSVILLEIndian on receipt of a postal card. e
He will remain a year 'on the Pacific will be literary exercises, consisting of
Coast, bat expects to return here some addresses, reading, singing and Instrumental River Stencils Finished on application.
time. music by the Georgians band.A a Reference; Wholesale Fruit Trade of the country..
cordial invitation is extended allMrs. Fla.L Jalyll-- ,
The Carleton, grounds are being renovated R B. Burchfiel supt of press ?
and the slope along New Haven work. Sept. 221891. RICHARD W. GOODE. JAKESFlorida T. UO
avenue set out with Bermuda grass.
Several residents on the avenue have L M.
planted Bermuda grass to the middle of Order a Suit.J. r lIABBETTE.PBol'B. Real Estate
.' Exohan
the street P. Turner ft Co. have just added !
Sheriff Ellis went up the river the finest display of samples, for merchant
Monday with a prisoner committed In tailoring, that It has been our Open AU The Year, MELBOURNE Brevard Co. FLA.
default of ball, for an assault, with the good fortune to see In this country, and ,
usual Winchester the prices are reasonable. With -
accompaniment These very PROPERTIES! OF ALL KINDS LD
fusses are generally among the new comers over three hundred samples to select Only a few mlnut l' A; EXCHANGED. _
or ..., bat this time among from. You can leave your measure and walk from Railway depot TAXES PAID FOR NON'ID "
older eslddena. The colored people are get just u nice a fit as If you personally and Steamboat landings CONTRACTS TAKEN FOR SETTINO OUT ORANGE: GROVES .uP
determined that th1tV1ncho.t.er shootIng step Into your own tailor in New PINEAPPLE
gambling crowd of shall Chicago and ordered your suit. On the banks of the PLANTATIONS.
lew wide Suits furnished far-famed Indian RIver. Indian fiver Lands a IpecWty. Partf8111l"ilh1q0 invest, haying 1 k
*to live Melbourne a berth. I In from 8 to U days.tf sale would d.o well to correapona with 1IL or .


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