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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 23, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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[ Vol. 3 No. 11. TITUSVILLE, Indian River, 'FLA., FRIDAY, OCT. 2 3'> 1891._ Price, 5c, : '



rs> LOCAL NEWS. -Mr.. J. *T. Sanders spent Tuesday .in -Capt. N, N. Fenny, of Canaveral, =Mr. T, Misnor of, Chicago, placed -Mr. J. 1', Goldsmith took: strip. to -Cap&. flute started for, Savanna

Cocoa, attending to a little law business.Go was in town yesterday. his autograph: on the Indian River hotel Jacksonville this week. yesterday for the purpose of bringing, yf.

----:. lo the Bazaar for your trunks, -Rev. A. D. Cohen will hold'Bervlce register Wednesday evening. Messrs. C. J. Schoonmaker and W. back a new freight boat for the India
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Society and General Gossip in connection satchels and gents furnishing goods. at the Court-house on Sundaymorningand '-L C. Oliver has just delivered to Ue HIndle of Cocoa; are 'in town today.Mr. River Steamboat Cot '

with daring Indian pM River.;week.and ,Lake Brief Worth mention sections of -capt. Herman Fischer was placed in evening.Mr. cow Ice factory forty thousand feet of Jno. Carey, Rochester, N. Y., -Mr.who and have Mrs.been Harry: Walton the of Clifton =,
upending

\ Interesting Event I About People Ton charge of the steamer Georgiana on -: Emannel.Masters, of St. Angus lumber, for part of their building. expects to be In Eau Gallle, In a few in England, returned here Wednesday summer

" Know. Mid People Ton Don't Snow Wednesday morning., tine, is in town to-day, ,visiting Capt. .::J.: P.. Turner: sir Cov are, offering days. -evening, bringing back with them ,

Picked ap by Oar Society Editor. -Send your watch and clock repairing and Mrs. Bravo. special,Inducements to make' room for -The ne,. Jno Foy will hold service Miss Fannie Jackson of Ipswich, Eng

.' By* Advertisements- under Ads headIng to Chas. K. Morgan, successor to J. -Mr.; Tom Johnson,' the well-known holiday! ; good, Call and ,see lor ,)'ou" at the Presbyterian church, on Sunday, left land,Liverpool a daughter for of hire New. Watton.York ,In They the
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ten cents line week. E. Ender & Co.:, Tltusvtllo. 8*, wheclright, of LaGrange, peeped benignly selves,. If his health permitsMr. steamship Umbria, with about 600 other
are per per "" .4
-Mr. J. T. Das ett, of Cocoa, was In upon the ADVOCATE staff on TuesdayWe '-Mf88 B. A. Bryant of .Jacksonville, W. A. Book of Mints has been passengers and had a very stormy pan-

:, -Hat*, "shoes clothing. Bazaar. town this week, seeing if he could not :- acknowledge receipt of a very; U anxious to get her new cottage built suffering from an attack of rheumatism sage some of When the machinery about four got day damaged at sea,
,
., Service at ,the Episcopal church. on, purchase! a house and lot In town. neat little pamphlet lent'ut by Mr. Jas. aa quickly as possible. Mr. Lancy has for some time past and the Umbrla had to heave to In M

Sunday morning-and evening. Parties,wishing to charter boats for Mott,proprietor of the Orlando nurseries.I the contract. -I.. C., Oliver sold yesterday, ,to Mr. storm causing great consternation. s

rManatee teak w.1" much sought Indian River Lake Worth, or Miami, -The Rev. B. F. Brown will conduct -Capt. Bravo, who has boon In c6mmand6f N.. Bristol l, largo bill of lumber, for a one among lady the died passengers.and another On became the voyAjf TOey!

'f.: after, Sunday morning'," J't the Indian call or write to G. Altroe, Titusvllle. 0* service at St. Gabriel's Episcopal churchon Lie Georgiana for some time largo residence at Rooldedgo.Mr through' fright. Many onboard never

," '- Sunday Morning service at 11, and past,.took charge the steamer St. Lu reach e "
River Hotel. -Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Merrill of Kan- L. :E.: Pierce of Hypoluxo we expected to New York. They
to arrive and evening service at 7 o'clock.Mr ., etc An Wednesday evening.Mr regret to l board, has been quite ilU We gave the ADVOCATE a pleasant call while $
> Oysters are beginning .*? City; arrived in town on Monday, in town, and started for Clifton yester.
our boarding houses are supplying their and lon, next day, for their home at .- ; C. R. Sorjeantson and his cousin --: U. Machattle returned to his are glad to loam ho Is better. day This U Miss,Jackson's first visit'\ ,

guest with them. Mr. Stokes, of Hobo Sound, made a horn at Hobo Sound, on Wednesdaevening's -:-Mrs. J. M. Paine, Miss Ellen A. Paine to Florida, and she says she like It very

, -Bread Js the "staff of life." Altree's Tropic.. Honey!Monty Monryllt to load In flying trip to town and back on Wednesiday's I sieMner, having spent several and Miss Elisabeth A.. Paine, of Minneapolis much pleasant so the far; found remarking the how weather much on more Indian "

yeast cake never fails to.make It lOo sums to suit, oil Approved real estate security steamer.Mr. .' days very pleasantly In town. Minn., started down to their qew River than Itor... in Liverpool '.e

,.\.:: package; l5o by'mail. 23*t.f. at ten ppr cent, Bobbins & Gra ':" J W, Huntington, who expect -7MrI" W.''Wilson, ofEau Gallic, who Rockledge homo today.Dr. when she started.

.;t: ,-Judge )t. S. Jones has been quite ill I I ham. C.tf to be in Jacksonville: ,.on' Tuesday, .the spent! 'Wednesday ,in town, returned H. II. Carer fish-commissioner I, oman

with chills and fever, but we are glad to -aIr.; H. S. Nettleton, ,of Rochester, 27th will probably" ud ,at his place In home. yesterday, giving the,ADVOCATE from Georgia, who has been on his placeat John G. ,

: see him around'again. I.N. Y., took a trip down the, river Tuesday Aurantia the last'of this month, a pleasant call ere leaving.Mr. Lake Worth, returned homewards on President of the Borden CondensedMilk

:" -Mr. and Mrs. R. R. McCormick have I morning, and returned the same eve- -Mr. Walter A Holland, the! Ifcsiv J. 8, Ferguson, of the Dummi I yesterday,morning's train. Company, died The at deceased Ormond. last had
-Mr. B. W. Jerome and his bride ar- Tuesday morning.
, \. returned to their Palm Beach home, ning.Dr. canoe agent, ,who has :beon in Gainesville grove, Clifton was in town' yesterday, rived hero from Connecticut on Wednesday been a resident of Green Cove Springs.;

ix. after' spending the summer very pleasantly Daniel, Cocoa's popular dentist, for some months past, started dowel having como t<7 town for the purpose of evening. He was married on the but recently had become fascinated with 'i

' .::.:. north. who has been spending a month very to Cocoa on Wednesday morning's ; meeting the owner-Mr. F. E. heath, ot 14th Inst. to Miss Sara Hatheway ofSuffleld the East Coast country, and had, tnada, '
steamer Conn. They stopped over here preparations to build an elegant home ron "
with in
pleasantly friends Georgia; returned New York.L. f
-Mr. D. HankiM, ofSewall's, Point, located on a visit to Mr and Mrs. Wetmore. the Halifax, during the coming win {
ij' has been spending a few days In town. home' on Monday evening'ssteapier. -The Keeley Institute, at C. Oliver U now running his sailboat ter. Mr. Borden was a faithful and able
Falatka, Fla. is a branch of the Dwight -The Town Council held its regular friend of Florida, and among many ,other
'krt He came up for lumber, having started : day and night, and will soon have meeting yesterday. The J. T. A K. W.
and all afflicted with the acts which he performed it,
-Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Harris of Mlcco Institute, those worthy ;
,
j; into his old business-boat-building. his new, boat finished, which will carry, Ry. was granted the right to extend Its will be remembered that, daring the
: (:. :"'Mr.. Theodore MIsner, ,of Chicago, have been spending a couple of days' In liquor, oplnm,cocaine and tobacco habits : when completed,about twenty-five thousand track along DeLeon Ht, from the Ice dark days at the close of the epidemic
town. They were burned out sometime should Investigate. llt : feet of lumber. factory to, the south boundary of the ho offered. cash prIze of $1,000 for the,

t, bought, today, of L. C. Oliver, a larger ago, and came up to purchase lumber to -Mr. R. C. Davidge, Jr., of New York,. Titus plat. No other business of importance cleanest town in the State., He leave a,
bill of lumber for residence -Mr, T. T. Weltch of was transacted.
a fine at traveling agent !! of threo son and two daughtenlto
family
build, another residence. who has been down, the river, on business -
.. Melbourne. e the Southern Express Co., was In town -Mr, W. J. of Melbourne mourn his loss. f
-Mrs. Chas; Brock and Miss Brock connected with the Davidge Fertili this week' on business' connected with who has. boon t Neablttl oud to try andgat
-MI. Helen M. Hutchinson of '
arrived in town from Jacksonville on ser Co., returned novthwarde'on Wednesday "' started a settlement of his claim against O. Alderman
his It.
He down Scrlniffcour
t thriver aa i
v HIghtstown N. J. writes to the ef- company. < -t
ns for whom his firm had drilled
, H' Monday evening's train, and we understand morning's train, having appointed parties :
| ,'' feet that,as soon as she finishes two lifef it will not be long ere: they are located Mr.,:E.: It. Brady of 'this place; Ind on Wednesday night' steamer.Jafr an artesian well, returned home Wednesday Mr.R. C. SorImg out Las consented to ,

* size portraits. she is painting., she will at their new land beautiful homeat Mr. ,C. J., Jfec..torroL.Me1bou11'aofagents .> WsjJyEgan of Eden who baa night. The case in the court went serve on the Board of Aldermen if the
-11\ leave for Tltusville., been.In town ..couple of weeks, left hen against Messrs. Fee ,Nesbltt, but they people of Titusvllle'desire his;servlooa..
'" I .' City Point ". ? for his company on Indian River; will take it to the Supremo Court, where The gentleman in question is one of 'OIU'oldest g l
:" =;Do yon want bargains in land If -Mr. Geo, H., Bishop" and family, of Parties: about to build would do well for Cocoa on Tuesday morning's steam. they will probably get satisfaction. citizens a- heavy nronertv owner..
do read Bobbins'& Graham' list er.' Capt Harold S. MacLalno, the pop -Mr' and Mrs J. II. yoaib sound '
; Phillips, Moom'Bnled firm
of mature
you New Haven, Conn., and Mr. G. R. Cros. to read the new advertisement of W, J. ular gentleman from : judgment; .: 1give
of land bargains on the inside of young Belfast }\ by Miss C.'L. :Marsh, sister of In his convictions, and\; occupies a responsible -
page ,slay of New York, arrived here Saturday Hill A Co., the Sanford hardware mar started to meet Mr.J gan. the following Mrs., Phillips, and Mr. 8. M. King and position of trust under the' national

.. this paper. -t.!. Mr. Crossley started for Rockledge chants, on our 6th pageIt Is a well- day at 'Cocoa, from which place they; son, Judson, all of Melbourne, arrivedIn government. We do not believe

-Mrs. C. P. Eaoott has left Urbana, Sunday, and Mr. Bishop and family left known and reliable house, and our read were to'tail to Eden, !! tho yacht Mr town last Saturday night and remained a better man could be chosen to act on t

0., and is now with her husband in here for the same place Monday morning. ers are requested to write for J>rIoe.. Egan has just purchased.Mr. a. few days visiting, their daughter, the Board of Aldermen.
Jacksonville. Her friends In Titusvllle They sell, wholesale all kinds of build. H M. Papworth, of the firm of Mrs. C. M. Horton. They wereon, their One who 'own valuable property In
many -The many remarkable cures of Ing materials.We W J. Hill & Co. the well-known wholesale way to Ormond and Daytona on a pleasure the town, and who occupies a. position,,
-
would be glad to her here sail
see liquor opium cocaine and tobacco habIts are.told there hi another happyman hardware house trip, in Mr. Phillips' boat, the the remuneration of which depends upon
of Sanford In
effected by the use of Dr. Keeley's, In Cocoa and that is Mr. John was Sybil.Messrs. the prosperity of Titusvllle, cannot fall
again.Mr town Wednesday doing business for his
who Goode A Hogg, the Melbourne to do his best to promote the welfare of
Mrs. A. E.
land Bradley, by-chloride of gold remedies is conclusive I Daly; for It Is stated on good authority company and greeting his many friends real estate agents/ recently sold the place. Mr Scrlmgeour ha the vordlal .
spent last winter at Eau Gallic and other proof that these dangerous diseasescan : that he looks fully three Inches higher around town. He started down the rlv 114 acres of ll&udl the property of Mr. support of every member of the

points on Indian River, are now rusticating be cured. Correspondence solicited, since his wife made him a present, recently yesterday morning and returned to McAllister, on the peninsula, to Mr. E. present Board Of Aldermen, and of the

in Salt Lake City, Utah-having a Keeley Institute Falatka, Fla. ll'8t of a very fine little lady. They Sanford this morning. Mr. Papworth Is G. Vincent; also 13 acres of Mrs. W. Mayor. It was only ;yesterday we received
at the Mormons.Mrs.'S. say John Is awfully proud of It. The one of the popular boys of the Gate Wilson's land to Mr. John W. Y. Stelfox', authority to present hi* ,name asa
peep \ -It is said that Mr. and Mrs. A, S. ADVOCATE is pleased to learn of his good I City. I II a young Englishman, who Is about to candidate. "A word to the wise 1*
.
A. Bravo, the genial wife of Dixon, of the Eagle Grove, Cocoa, are fortune. I A.local error by one of our typos li have a nice residence erected. We loam sufficient" 1S f
}
the popular captain bearing the lamer the happy parents of the heaviest boy of -For sale.-Steam yacht, Sassacus. our hut Issue was misleading In regardthe hey; are doing. fair business In real es- '

name, with her two children, arrived,in its age on Indian River. He made his Cost, $4,800; will sell for $1,500, and season for shooting deer, and for the tate. The Canaveral and Oak Hill

town from St Augustine last Friday appearance In the presence of Dr. G. W guarantee everything perfect or no sale. The benefit time of hunters. fixed'we by hasten tote County to correct Commissioners it. and-The Canning'Atlantic Co.,Coast notwithstanding Ice, Fish, Oyster the Steamboat Company,

","'night, and are located at the Indian River Holmes, on Wednesday, the 14th lust, Without exception the handsomeststeam of Brevard county covers the adverse predictions of some people, are -

HoteL. Mrs. Bravo will, >probably> to the great joy of Mr and Mrs. Dixon. yacht on Indian River For further months of Sept, Oct., Nov. and Deo., starting in a* if they meant business. Which was organized a few week' ago,
for the of running a line of
I and those who have. weakness purpose
remain In town all the winter. for this Throe carload of machinery were shipped -
; particulars, address Hodgson Bros. Creek to Canaveral
-Rev. J, N. Mul/ord and wife, who sport Indulge In their pastime until steamer through Banana -
, :' H. C, Starck of Malabar who has Eau Gallle, Fla. 82moMr. : may here on the 0th Inst. for the above Oak
\ via the JIaulover Canal to/ :
.,, have been at their northern home, Troy we celebrate the new year. The above com and one of them arrived Wednesday .
finished his pineapple contract, has now N. Y., during the summer, returned here and Mrs. St Geo. Rathbone and error was overlooked by our proof \night Five carloads of (amber I headquarters Hill with Titusvllle a* it* terminus and
received of first- child started down the river for Eden'on will at once take steps to
a large- consignment
Monday evening, on their way to Lake reader.Mr. are now unloading on the building site, :either buy or build a steamer. We have
class Havana tobacco and is prepared to Monday evening's steamer. They had N. 0. Weatherston, who was and the railway track which will run
Worth. We were to the I positiveassurance, from men who**
pleased see
reverend been stopping a few days In Jacksonville ,
Found dead In his stateroom has been
domestic and on steamship alongside the factory, completed
supply foreign cigars of word be relied that sufficient,
gentleman and his wife looking sowell having arrived at the Metropolis from Allegheny, when she arrived In Baltimore his week under the superintendence of may upon,
the finest at the most fund have, been secured to begin boat ;
quality reasonable Cincinnati last week. Mr, and Mrs. @
They left for Jupiter on the night on the 15th Inst, from Savan- Mr. Beck. The following officer are
Address H. C. Stank Malabar Rathbone will stop at Eden during the ues*. It Is the intention of the company
i prices. steamer St. Lncle-In command of nah, was. resident of Merrill for the connected with this mot important Industry -
, to have its line running on regular
Fla. 8- winter, to look after their pineapple last few years. He had bought land on In our town M. Goldsmith general
Bale. schedule before the close of the
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Capt. Dlantation. the river front. and had It cleared fn_ 8. lect and year.
Ray
-The concert announced to be given manager; II. While we doubt whether this route Will
-Shorthand. J. Tome Reynolds, -We acknowledge receipt of a bundleof lending to return In Norembe'r'andbuild. treasurer; E. B. Hamilton, supt. of tuning
church last sufficient business to
at the Presbyterian Friday stenographer with Robbing & Graham the popular "Song of the Indian River For a few weeks before he left, fleet. pay expenseduring ,
the feel confident
' evening, by Prof. Llbbey and family, ," sent to the ADVOCATE through the he was suffering with severe neuralgic -The circulation of the ADVOCATB U coming woman we
is class in shorthand. that the development which will
organizing Two
was a failure. Owing to.a very meagre a kindness of Mr. G. D. Ackerly, genera pains In the head occasionally but In till on the Increase. The following new take place In the Banana river section
attendance, Prof. Llbbey refunded the evenings a week at Court House. Those passenger agent of the J., T. & K. W. general his health was very good. Temperate names have been added to our list within will make It one of the best paying lineav;

entrance fees to those who were present, wishing, to join will please write or apply Railway. This song Is getting a world. truthful, honest and straightforward the past few day.: G. L. MaeLalne, In the State before many year*. Great
p ,at office of Bobbins A Graham for wide reputation, and those of our readers his untimely end is the cause of Esq., Belfast Ireland; H. Machattle, credit 1* due those gentlemen who haveworked
and no concert took place.Several who have not received deep sorrow to those who knew him.
a
yet copy, Ilobe Sound D. F. Valentine! Melbourne
terms, etc. Instruction by maIL Terms ; ; so persistently to organize ties
have been obtain at the ADVOCATE JIe was a turn of Mr. N. Weatherston of
Improvements reasonable. can one by calling A. E. Bradley, Salt Lake City, Utah; L. company referred to, and put it la open
made by Mr. J, E. Ender.,at the Electric 6 office.It I I Toronto, Canada, agent of the Intercolonial R. Decker, Tltuivllle; ..*Bryant,Jack- .
Light Co.'s works. A new and neat -Queen Victoria now rules, subject behooves those who have been so railwa/ there, and was on his way sonvllle; M. J. Egan New York Mrs. C,
to the limitation of the British constitution bitter In complaining about the depredations here, going via Baltimore, to visit some Converse, Jersey fCUy< K J.; Miss H. The liet lIararalftJI
switchboard, with various electric appendages of stock ana wbone rienos. lie was SO years of age; had '
complaints Hutchinson Illgbtstown N. J. E. J.
,
; We follow
offer at are
can present a* ;
has been affixed on the north over a population: scattered In the have been and received a good education, and had
.
so persistent harassing as Qnlmby, Aurantla; Tho Kelley New Lot one, of section 82, township 2(1,
side of machine room; and in the engine four quarters of the globe and the !islands to make the life of the average Alderman traveled considerably the northwest, York; E. E. Grew: St Fraud, J'la.j; booth ng. 37 East, containing 3d and

and boiler room he has made things look of the sea, aggregating 300,000,000, a burden, to come forth .next Monday and In Europe.In Wm. McCarthy, Titusdllo; Rev. Ja* and 42-lOOth. acre, ha* quarter of mil

the addition of a little a greater number than has ever acknowledged and express their sentiments at the addition to the excitement over BoltoD, White Spring; B. F. Bhleppy, river front, land I* light high hammock,
quite 'neat by the sovereignty of one in polls. The conduct of those who be- the death of Mr. Parnell, Ireland now Valley Fall, Kas; W. A. Howland, Cocoa balance I.I good pin four mile north
paint person moan an existing: evil, and tacitly assent very much disturbed. over the questionof ; A. D. Baldwin, Rockledge; D Han- of Eau Oallie, one mile north of Goshen
-One of the ADVOCATE literary: staff! ancient or modern times. tb Its existence, U only worthy the age whether Home Rule Is "to be or not kin, Sewall'. Point; etc. post office. Price taO per acre.

and County Solicitor J. T. Sanders, were -Mrs. F. B. Sackett has given np of childhood or dotage. to be." A dispatch from Londonderry -TIl4I AWVOCAT ha received many The south twenty acre of lot 1, ae*.

at LaGrange on Sunday afternoon, viewIng housekeeping, and U boarding, with her -The schooner Manatee Capt. John says that In that city and other places In complimentary assurance from its numerous Lion 30, T. 26 & U. 37 E., baa a email
c ZeUers In command, returned here Saturday the north of Ireland the Protestant population subscriber, who are constantly house and other improvement, known
; some of the pretty garden In that son Glen, at Mrs. Tyler's, which U becoming afternoon from his trip to the bt are arming to fight in ease the renewing their 'l1 rIption. The jut a* the uNlehoIon place" at Jlartlaad

}.;'hospitable locality We learn that one quite a popular boarding-house. Lucie river, where he went with the obeet British House of Commons grant Ireland pride 11'8 feel producing a paper which pot 9/floa. Good high bluff* river
- of the prettiest gardens In LaGrange 1* Mrs. gackett, who, with Mr. J. W. Sack. | of catching manatees, or as some home rule. The Protestant population la received with satisfaction by the ma** front. Ha a splendid stream of water

r.4. at the home<<: of the :Misses Egger, who ett, of the engineer's office St. Angus call them sea-cows. While away he Is very much roused on the subject of our reader*-Including the ladles. running; through the property t"rIC'IIfOOO. '
captured two; but one-a male-was so I of Irish home rule, In view of the liberal prompt u* to append a sample letter .
} have shown considerable taste in the tine, owns a 5 very nice orange grove at tangled np In the net that he could not confidence of success<< In the approaching from a well-known Chicago gentleman, N. W. I of S. & t of section 34 T. 37R
!<' general arrangement of the flower beds, Heath, tells us the trees are loaded with fet It out alive, so bad to cut IU throat I general; election Orange lodges are who own property at Micros "Editor 37 E. being forty acre of Jared on ttwpeninsula
.:. etc. oranges this season and the grove looks The guests of the Indian River Hotel thronged with candidate for aomliMlon of EAST COAST ADVOCATE:: Dear Sirs, opposite Melbourne, which J*.

-Mr. and Mrs. J. Macdonald and son, beautiful. were regaled with some of the manatee's and the amount of drilling that U goingon eneJoe please find postal note for f 1M pronounced by the County surveyor a* .
_ who arrived here from Massachusetts -Mrs. Dupe and her sister, the flesh for breakfast, on Sunday morning. > U greater than In many year before. to renew subscription to your admirable excellent pineapple* land.; one mO
charming Miss Daisy Peek, arrived hereon I The live manatee, which was shipped to la Is said that Protestant$ opponentsof paper. I tab It there 1* something north of East Melbourne. Land IB this
Tuesday evening, left for Indlanola next Jacksonville yesterday U about eight horn ml. are organising in aocitlons Celtic somewhere about your sanctum, neighborhood, of almUar'cbaracter.hu'auld
day. Mr. Macdonald took a very fine Monday evening kiln from Jacksonville feet long, and I* a female. Capt. Zel&rs numbering over 0,000 men eapal for you are perpetually baring a fight of recently for $00 per acre. Oar

English bull terrier down with him, and at once left on the steamer .says these mammal are very swift of bearing arm They make no concealment com kind or other on your band*. If price, twenty dollar per acre. Tha U-

he ten to a terror to all kind for Cocoa, where they win, as soon as .swimmers, and attain a speed swurdflagare of their intention! to offer vto- not exactly defender of the faith, still ties to all land offered by tut u* f *-
which, as possible the popular beck house mile ju hour, Shark and lent resistance to the of Irish parliament always in some good cause, and for the f ct. Location, character and quality
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open
t of wild tn'1"- Although he said his and their deadly enemies, and feed upon dominated, a* they claim that It wouldbe benefit of the community at Urge. Morepower will prove a* represented on Inspection.
dog was a very tame one, and would not for the season. Mrs. Pugas Miss he manatee whenever they get a chance. by Roman Catholic hierarchy. Really to your elbow, say L You are Titrau, on any of the above, half cask;
attack another dog without provocation, Peek although In deep rooming after the The one now In captivity Is about ten the IJritUh parliament U In a bad fix:- doing a good work, and substantial balauc in ODe, two or threw yean, at
:" we noticed that he seemed very anxious .i sad loss of their mother, were looking lean old, and very tame. On each caulon *- OM half of Ireland for Home Itote and recognition and appreciation cannot fall Uu per cent Correspondence Bolkited
;,s.'. to try his strength with any dog- that remarkably well and the ADVOCATE U when Capt Zcller called his pat, th* other half preparing to fight to reach. you in It. Respectfully yours, IW.tJUXI AGKAHAM, >t

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j \ LOCAL NEWS. -Mr.. J. T..' Sanders spent Tuesday In -Capt. N. N. Penny of Canaveral, ?=Mr. T. Mlsnor,, of, Chicago placed -Mr. J. P, Goldsmith took a.trip to Capt Dale started for< awannaL'I .

Cocoa, attending to a little law business.Go wl\sln town yesterday.Rev. his'autograph; on the Indian River hotel Jacksonville this week. yesterday for the purpose of bringing it,

'. the' trunks A. D. Cohen will hold -servlc register} back a now freight boat for the' India, 4 ;
to Bazaar for :your .. Wednesday. evening. Messrs. C. J. Schoonmaker And W. .
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Society and General Gowlp In connection satchels and goods. at the Court-house on Sunday-mornln mile In town River Steamboat CoMr. .
gents furnishing ; -L. C. Oliver has just delivered to the Ill, of Cocoa, are today.Mr.

with.daring Indian part Hirer week.and Lake,Brief Worth mention section of -Capt. Herman Fischer was placed in and evening.Mr. new, ice factory forty thousand feet of Jno. Carey: Rochester, N. Y., -who. and Mrs Harry Watton the of enr't; I
t ton, have been upending sum. f'
Interesting Event*I About People Ton charge of the ,steamer Georgiana on Emanuel.Masters, of 8t Angus lumbea, for part of their: building.J. expects to be in Eau Gallic, In a few mer In England, returned here Wednesday \ {
Know, and '''People Ton Ix>n't Know' Wednesday morning.. tine, 1s in town to-day, ,visiting Capt. are bock with them
c : ,- P.: Turner' & Co; offering days. : evening bringing \.1.
1'h' Ploked-np by Oar Society Editor. -Send your watch and clock repairing and Mrs. Bravo. special Inducements to make room for -The Rev. Jno. Foy will hold service Miss Fannie Jackson, of Ipswich gland .. ,

t' $3* Advertisements- under this heading to Chan.,K, Morgan, successor to J. -Mr. Tom Johnson' the well-known holiday goods.: Call and ,see for your at the Pnmbytctlan church on Sunday, left ,Liverpool a daughter for of Mrs.Now Watton York ,In They the t; '

ten cents line week. E. Ender & Co., Titusville. 8* wheel right, of LaGrange, peeped benign. ae1 If his health permitsMr. steamship Umbria, with about 600 otlier "
are per per .n**aLMine
-Mr. J. T. BaoBett, of Cocoa, was in ly upon the ADVOCATE staff on Tuesday f/I/ B. A. Bryant, of 'Jacksonville. W. A. Book, of Mima, has been passengers and had a very stormy p...- 'ft,\
-Hat*, ,shoes clothing. Bataar. e this We acknowledge receipt of a very; U anxious her builtas from attack of rheumatismfor sage. When about four day at sea, ;1"
town week, seeing if he could not to get new cottage suffering an some of the machinery got damaged, 'Yl 1
Service at the Episcopal; church on house and neat little pamphlet sent out by Mr. Jas Mr. has some time :
purchase a lot in town. quickly as possible. Laney ,past. and the Umbria had to leave to in "

Jo;. Sunday-morning1 Iond evening. Parties.wishing to charter boats for Mott, proprietor of the Orlando nurseries. the contractCapt) -L. 0, Oliver sold yesterday to Mr. storm causing great, onsternatloa '

..' -Manatee steak 1t J much sought Indian! River Lake Worth, or Miami -The Rev. B. F. Brown will conduo Bravo, who has been In command i N Bristol l. a large bill of lumber, for a one among lady the died passengers.and another On became tho voyA A the Indian service at St. Gabriel's Episcopal churchon 'of the Georgiana for some time i largo residence at Rooklodge. ; ,
after, Sunday morning', t call or write to G. Altrce, Tltu vllle. 0* through fright. Many onboard never

f River Il ote1.' -Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Merrill, of Kan- Sunday. Morning service at 11, .and past, took charge Of the steamer St.' Luele -Mr. L. E. Pierce, of Hypoluxo: we expected to reach New York. They f.

:'i, Oysters are beginning to arrive, and-1 gO City arrived in town on Monday, evening service at 7 o'clock. Wednesday evening.Mr regret to l leard,'has been 'quite ill. We In gave town tho, and ADVOCATE started a for pleasant call while. !I\ 0;

: ; our boarding houses are supplying their and lon, next' day, for their home at .-MrJ; C. R. Sorjeantson and his cousin -. U. Machattle returned to bin are glad to luarn ho Is bettor. I day. This Is Mlss.Jaokson'* first, .....c 1I l'I i

It, guests :with them. Tropic. Mr. Stokes, of Hobe Sound, made a home?,; at npbe Sound, on Wednesdayevening's ""'7)1.... J., M. Paine Miss Ellen A. Paine I to Florida, and she say: she like It vary 1 ;1.;.

Bread lathe "staff of life." Altroe's -NoTleY homyJlonyjI to loan Jo flying trip to town and back on Wednesday' steamer, baring spent several and Miss, Elisabeth A.- Paine of Minneapolis .. much so fl\fl; remarking how much more .
pleasant she found, the weather on Indian
'', yeast cake never. falls to make It. 100 sums to suit oil Approved real estate security steamer.' day very pleasantly in town. illnn., started down to their DOW River than ,It Wa*' In Liverpoolwhen

, ,, package; l5o by mall. 23tf.i at ten per cent Robbins &; Gra -1lr.lJV. Huntlngton who expect* '-'Yrs.'W.: Wilson of.Eau Gallic ,who Rockledge home today.Dr. she started ,

i Is. 'Judge M. S. Jones has been quite ill ham. 0tfIr. to be In Jacksonville von Tuesday, ,the spent Wednesday in town turned H. H. Carey, flsh-comralsstonor I

< with chills acid fever but we are glad to -> H. S. ,Nettleton, ,of Rochester, 27th, will probably be! at his place in home, yesterday, giving the, ADVOCAT from Georgia, who has been on his placeat John G. Borden G

[( ( ,, see him around'again. !N. Y., took a trip down the ,river Tuesday Aurantla the last of this month'., a pleasant call ere leaving. Lake Worth, returned homeward on President of the Borden Condensed

I i; -Mr. and Mrs. R. R. McCormick have : morning and returned: the same eve -Mr. Walter A. Holland the fasu' -Mr. J. 8. Ferguson, of the Dumml yesterday-Mr. B.morning's W. Jerome train.and his bride arrived Tuesday Milk Company morning., diet The at Ormond deceased had last ,

\\i,?: returned, to: their Palm Beach home, ning.Dr. ranoe agent .who has-Leon In Gainesyule grove, Clifton was In town'yesterday. hero from Connecticut on Wednesday been a resident of Green Cove'Springs; !,

i ;, > after spending the summer very pleas- Daniel Cocoa's popular dentist for some months past, started dowdto having come to:;town for the purpose of evening He was married on the but recently had booomo fascinated with, 1,.

j j ...: antsy north. who has been spending a month very Cocoa on Wednesday morning's meeting the owner-Mr. F. E. Heath of 14th Inst. to Miss Sara Hathaway ofSuflleld the East Coast country and had, made,
pleasantly with friends in steamer. Conn. They stopped over hereon preparations to build an elegant home
Georgia re- York. r
-Mr. D. nankins, of.Sewall's Polut, New a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Wetmore. : on the Halifax; during the coming win' +
has been spending a few days In town. turned home on Monday evening's -The Keeley Institute, located at r-L. C. Oliver* now running his sailboat ter. Mr. Borden wa a faithful and able '
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I." steamer. Palatka, Fla., is a branch of the Dwight -The Town Council held its regular :. friend of Florida and among many th- ?'
He for lumber started day and night and will soon have
having
came ,
up \| meeting yesterday. The J., T. & K. W.
-Mr. and Mrs.. V. H. Harris,of Mloco Institute and all those afflicted with the er worthy act which he performed it
i Into his old busines*-boat-building. I his new boat finished which will carry, Ry. was granted the right to extend Its will be remembered that 'during the,
have been spending a couple of day In liquor opium cocaine and tobacco habits track DeLeon St from the leo
-Mr. Theodore MIsner of Chicago when completed, about twentr- ve, thousand along dark day at the close of the epidemic 6 ,
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r town. They were burned out sometime should Investigate. 11*t feet of lumber. factory to, the south boundary of tho ho offered a cash prize of 1,000 for the
I 'bought, today of L. C. Oliver" a large ago and came up to purchase lumber to -Mr. R. C. Davldge Jr., of New York, Titus plAt. No other business of Importance cleanest town In the State. He leave a
: bill of lumber, for a fine residence at -Mr,.T. T. Weltoh, traveling agent ot was' transacted.Mr. of three son and two daughter
build anotherresidence.. family ,
who has been down the river business
on
Melbourne the Southern Express Co., was |'n town ,W. J. Melbourne, to mourn his loss., '
-Mrs. Chas:: Brock and Miss Brock connected with the Davidge Fertili this week on business connected with! who ball boon NeabittCloud to try ana
-111. Helen M. Hutchinson of
arrived in torn from Jacksonville on ser Co., returned northwards 'on Wed get a settlement of his claim against ..
It. O. Scrlniffcour
Eta 'company. Ha started down the M Alderman
N. J. writes the effect t
Hightstown us to r
parties for whom his firm had drilled
Monday evening's train, and we understand nesday morning's train, having appointed -
that aa soon a* she finishes two life- of' rimy' on, Wednesday nlght'i steamer an artesian well, returned homo Wednesday Mr.R. C. ;; ho consented to
.. It will not be long ere they are located Mr. E. L Brady this place; and \' I Sorimgeour
f.- size she Is she will r W of Eden who ha night. The CM In the court went dpeople
Egan if the
portraits painting tt:. serve on the Board of Aldermen
at their new and beautiful homeat Mr. .C. J.. Hector ol-Melbounje, sate '
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against Messrs. Fee A,Nesbltt but they i
,leave for THusville.. .- bee'aln town a'couple of:weeks, left here of Titusvllle desire his:services., ''
a City Point agents for his company on Indian River will take It to the Supremo Court where 'J'he gentleman in queetlon 21 one of'our .'

-Do you want bargains 'In land? If -Mr. Geo, B.' Bishop and family, of --Parties about to build would do well for Cocoa on Tuesday morning steam they will probably get satisfaction.Mr oldest citizens, heavy '.. #
do; read'Bobbins'A Graham's list er.' Capt Harold S. MaoLalne the popular and Sirs. J, II. judgment ," .
Phillips aooom'paniod
you of mature years sound ; firm ;
New Haven, Conn., and Mr. G. R. Cros- to read the new advertisement of W. J. from
'of land bargains on the inside of young gentleman Belfast by Miss C. L. Marsh, sister of in his convictions, and occupies. a reaponslble '
page sley of New York arrived here Saturday Hill & Co., the Sanford hardware merchants started to meet Mr..JCgan. the following Mrs. Phillips and Mr. S. M. King and position of trust under the national

this paper. tf. .. Mr. Crossley started for Rockledge on our 6th page. It II a well- day at Cocoa, from which place they; son, Judson, all of Melbourne arrivedin government. We do not believea

-1Ir Co;P. Eacott has left Urbana, Sunday, and Mr. Bishop and family left known and reliable house\ and our readers were tosail to Eden"in the yacht Mr. town lost Saturday night and remained I better man could be chosen to act on r

0., and is now with her husband in here for the same place Monday morning: are requested to write for prices. Egan ha just purchased. a few days. vlsltlntr their daughter. the Board of Aldermen;_
Jacksonville. Her many friends in Ti- They sell, wholesale all kinds of building -Mr. H. M. Papworth, of the firm of Mrs. C. M. Horton. They were on their One who own valuable property In
-The many remarkable cures of materials.We way to Ormond and Daytona on a pleasure the town and who oocuplo a position.
W. J. mu & Co. the well-known whole
tusville would be glad' to see her here liquor, opium cocaine and tobacco habits are told there is another happy ; trip; In Mr. Phillips' sail boat, the the remuneration of which depends upon
sale hardware house
of Sanford In .
was Sybil the of Tltusvllle cannot JaIl
again.Mr. effected by the use of Dr. Keeley'l.bychlorlde in Cocoa and that is Mr. John prosperity ,
.and Mrs. A. E. Bradley who man town Wednesday doing business for his Messrs. Goode & Hogg, the Mel to do his best to promote the welfare uf
of gold remedies Is conclu- Daly for It II stated on good authoritythat and his friend ..
; company greeting many bourne real estate Agents, recently, sold the place. Mr. Scrlmgeour has the cordial
spent last winter at Eau Gallie and other sive proof that these dangerous diseasescan he looks fully three Inches higher around town. He started down the river 114 acres of land the property of Mr. support of every member of the '

points on Indian River, are now rusticating be cured. 'Correspondence solicited, since his wife made him a present, recently yesterday morning and returned to UcAllintor, on die peninsula, to Mr. E. present Board of Aldermen and of the

in Salt Lake City Utah-having a Keeley Institute, Palatka, Fla. ll-8t of a very fine little lady. They Sanford this morning. Mr. Papworth I II G. Vincent; also 13 acres of Mrs. W. Mayor. It was 'only yesterday we 'received ,.
peep at the Mormons \ say John Is awfully proud of it The one of the popular boys of the Gate WII on'* land to Mr. John W. T.ltellox.arC1lJng authorit"A present his ,name asa "-
-It is said that Mr. and Mrs. A. S. I ADVOCATE is pleased to,learn of his good City. Englishman, who I* about to word to the wise J. '

-Yrs. S. A. Bravo the genial wife of Dixon, of the Eagle Grove, Cocoa, are I fortune. -A.looal'error by one of our typos in have a nice residence erected. We learn sufficient" I

the popular captain bearing the same the happy parents of the heaviest boy of I -For sale.-Steam yacht, Sassacus. our hut Issue was misleading In regardthe I hey; are doing a fair business In real es ,

name, with her two children, arrived, In Its age on Indian River He made his Cost, $...800; will sell for 11,600, and I season for shooting deer, and for the tate.The The Canaveral and Oak' Hill
JL benefit of hunters we hasten to correct it Atlantic Coast Ice, Fish, Oyster Steamboat Company,
town from st. Augustine lost Friday appearance In the presence of Dr. G. W. guarantee everything perfect, or no sale. The time a* fixed' by the County Com and Canning Co., notwithstanding the ct .d

r" night, and are located at the Indian River Holmes, on Wednesday the 14th Inst., Without exception the handsomest missioners of Brevard county cover the adverse predictions of some people, are -

Hotel.-- Mrs. Bravo will, probably, to the great joy of Mr. and Mrs. Dixon. steam yacht on Indian River. For further months of Sept., Oct., Nov. and Deo., starting in a* if they meant business. Which was organized .a few week line age of
for the of running a
remain in town all the winter.U. and those who have a weakness for thin Three carloads of machinery were shlp- purpose
particulars address Hodgson Bros.
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-Rev. J. N. Mulford and wife who In their untilwe steamer through Banana Creek to Canaveral
'.' C. Starck, of Malabar, who has Eau Gallie, Fla. 8*2mo sport may Indulge pastime pod here on the 0th inst for the aboveiompanjr. via the Ilaulover Canal to"Oak ,
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have been at their northern home, Troy celebrate the new year. The above and one of them arrived Wednesday .
finished lie pineapple contract, has now N. Y., during the summer, returned here -Mr. and Mrs. St Geo. Rathbone and error was overlooked by our proof Fire carloads of lumber Hill, with Htuivllle a* Its terminus .and
received a Urge, consignment of first- child started down the river for Eden'on headquarters, will at once take step to
Monday evening on their to Lake are now unloading on tile building site,
way reader.Mr. either buy or build.a steamer. We hav-
class Havana tobacco, and is prepared to Monday evening's steamer. They had N. C. Weatherston who was and the railway track, which will run whose
Worth. We were pleased to see the rev been stopping a few days In Jacksonville positiveassurance, from men
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domestic and foreign of found dead In his state-room, on steamship alongside the factory,ha been completed
supply that sufficientfund
cigars word be relied
erend gentleman and his wife looking so having arrived at the Metropolis from Allegbany when aha arrived In Baltimore this week under the superintendence of may upon
the finest at the most reasonable have been secured to begin busi
quality, welL They left for Jupiter on the night Cincinnati last week. Mr. and Mrs. on the 15th lust, from Savan- Mr.. Beck. The following officer are
the
prices. Address, H. C. Starck, Malabar steamer-St. Lncle-In command ofCapt. Rathbone will stop at Eden during the nah, was a resident of Merritt for the connected with this most Important In- ness. It Is the Intention of companyto
have its line running on regular
winter, to look after their pineapple last few Ha had land In M. Goldsmith ,
towns
Fla. S- years. bought on lustry our general
Bule.Shorthand.. schedule before the close of the
-The concert announced to be givenat plantation.We the river front, and had It cleared, intending manager J 8. J!. Ray sooty and wA, doubt whether tt.._!_. route yeanUlitla Willgive __. ...
J. Tome Reynolds acknowledge receipt of a bundleof to return in November, and reasurer; c.:; 1'. uanujton, supc." QI nsn-- HUW f
church hut sufficient business to
the Presbyterian Friday stenographer with Robbins & Graham, the popular "Song of the Indian River build. For a few weeks before ha loft Ing fleet. during 'pay expenses.conlV-
thecomingseuon'wefeel ,
evening by Prof Llbbey and family sent to the ADVOCATE the he was with
through suffering
Is organizing a class in shorthand. Two severe neuralgic -The circulation of the ADVOCATE III dent that the development which will
was a failure. Owing to,a very meagre kindness of Mr. G. D. Ackerlv) general pains In the head occasionally but to till on the Increase The following new : take place in the Banana river section
evenings a week at Court House. Those agent of the J. T. A K. W. general, his health good.
attendance, Prof. Llbbey refunded the passenger was very Temperate names have been added to our list within will make it one of the best paying lines\
entrance fee to those who were present, wishing, to join will please write or ap Railway. This song Is getting a world. his truthful, honest and straightforward the past few days: O. L, MacLaine In the State before many year Great
ply.at office of Robbins &; Graham for wide reputation, and those of our read untimely end Is the cause of Esq. Belfast, Ireland} H. Machattle, credit i* due those gentlemen who hay.w"ked .
and no concert took place. who have not received sorrow to those who knew him.
ers yet a deep
copy, lobe Sound D. V. Valentine Melbourne
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terms, etc. Instruction by maiL Terms : *o persistently to organize
-several Improvements have been reasonable. can obtain one by calling at the ADVOCATE He was a son of Mr. N Weathenton, of A. E. Braill e Salt Lake City Utah; L.It. company referred fo, and put it In operation.
made by Mr. J. E. Ender.at the Electric 6 office.It Toronto, Canada, agent of the Intercolo Decker TUusvlUe; Miss Bryant Jack. .
Light Co.'* work A new and neat -Queen Victoria now rules, subject behoove those who have been so nial railway there, and was ,on hi. way sonvill; M. J. Egan New York; Mrs. C. _________
electric to the limitation of the British constitution bitter In complaining about the depredation here, going via Baltimore, to visit some Convene, 1.raeyICtty. N. .1.1; Mis II. The JJeat IJargalnx
switchboard, with various appendages of stock, ana whose complaints riends. Ha wa 30 years of age; had Hutchinson Hightstown, N. J.; K. J.Qulroby. We offer at follows
can present are aa :
been affixed the north over a population scattered in the been received a good education, and had
has on have o persistent and haraaalng a* Aurantla Tho Kelley, New Lot one, of section 82, township 20L
side of machine room; and In the engine four quarters of the globe and the islands to make the life of the average Alderman traveled considerably In the north-west, York; E.!; E. Grew. St Francis Fla.; bouth Range 37 East, containing 88 aDd '

and boiler room be has made things look of the sea, aggregating 800.0QO.OOO a burden, to come forth next Monday and in Europe.In Wm. McCarthy Titusdlle: Rev. Jas.Uolton and 43-100th acre has quarter o( mile

neat the addition of a little a greater number than has. ever acknowl- and express their sentiment at the addition to the excitement over White Springs B. F. Shleppy, river front, land I II light high hammock,
quite by edged the sovereignty of one person in polls. The conduct of those who bemoan the death of Mr. Parnel), Ireland now Valley Fall. Ka,; WV A. Howland, Cocoa balance 1* !good pine four mile north
paint an existing evil, and tacitly assent i very much disturbed over the questionof ; A. D. Baldwin, Rockledge lionkins of Eau (jab ., one mile north of Uoshon
modern
--One of the ADVOCATE literary staff ancient or times. tb its existence, is only worthy the age whether Home Rule Is "to be or not. Sewall' Point; etc. post office. Price 930 per acre.
-Mrs. F. B. Sackett has of childhood or dotage. ,! be." A from -The ADVOCATE ha received south of lot 1
and County Solicitor J. T. Sanders, were given up to dispatch Londonderry many The twenty acre station
at LaGrange on Sunday afternoon, viewing housekeeping, and 1* boarding, with her -The schooner Manatee,- Capt. John'. says that In that city and other places In complimentary.. rancee from It* numerous 80, T. 20 S. R. 37 B., baa a imalf
Zellers in command returned here Sat. the north of Ireland the Protestant pop. subscribers, who are constantly house and other Improvement, known
'. some of the pretty gardens in that son Glen, at Mrs. Tyler's, which Is becoming urday afternoon from his trip to the ,n.I I,latlon Are arming to fight In came the renewing their subscription The just a* the MNebolon pUu*" Jlartlaad;.
... hospitable locality. We learn that one quite popular boarding-house. Lucie river where ha went with the ob- British House of Common grant Ireland pride we feel in producing al'aperwLlQJ! post of ice. Good high bluff. rive
,:": of the prettiest garden in LaGrange Is Mrs. Sackett, who, with Mr. J. W. Sack- Jed[ of catching manatee, or as some hoioe rule. The Protestant with satisfaction Ly the mass front. Ha a splendid stream of water

I at the home of the Misse Egger who ett, of the engineer'. office, St. Augustine call them sea-cows. While away ha tion I II very much roused on the eject of our reader Including tile ladle*.-. running through the property. Prtf
captured two; but ones mala was so of Irish home rule. in view of the liberal prompts us to append a sample letter .
have shown considerable taste In the owns a very nice orange grove at tangled up In the net that he could not confidence of success In the from a well-known Chicago gentleman, twO.N. W. I of S. E. J of section 24 T. 2 7R '
r general arrangement of the flower bed, Heath, tells us the trees are loaded with fret it out alive so had to cut Its throat general; election. Orange approaching whoowna property at Mlccot "Editor 27 E being forty acre of land on the'peninsula .
ete. oranges this season, and the grove look The guest of the Indian River Hotel thronged with candidate for aumisulon of EAST COAST ADVOCATE: Dew Sirs opposite Melbourne, which i* '

-Mr. and Mrs. J. Macdonald and con, beautifuL were regaled with some of the manatee's and the amoant of drilling that 1* going enclosed please find postal note for 'J.60 pronounced by the County surveyor A.r! ,'
who arrived here from Massachusetts _)(.... Dugas and her sister the flesh for breakfast, on Sunday morning. on I* greater than in many year before. to renew subscription to your admirable excellent pineapple land One tnUe.* :
charming Miss Daisy Peck arrived hereon The live manatee, which was shipped to It .U said that the Protestant opponent paper. I take it there Is something north of East Melbourne Land; la this .;
Tuesday evening, left for Indianola next Jacksonville yesterday 1* about eight Jf home rate are organizing ia aocltlon Celtic somewhere about your sanctum, neighborhood, of almJ1a.r'character..hui
day. Mr. Macdonald took a very fine Monday eyenlng'.ira1n, from Jack. feet long, and 1. a female. Capt. Zfctier* numbering 9er 80,000/ men eapa for you are perpetually having a fight of sold recently for too per acre. Oar
EngUah bull terrier down with' him tonvill, and at once left on the steamer say these mammals are very swift "Ie of bearing arm They make no concealment soma kind or other on your hand If price, twenty dollar per acre. The'ti
he ten us, U a terror to all kind for Cocoa where they win, as soon as swimmers, and attain a speed of sixty. of their Intention to offer "110- not exactly a. defender of the faith still tles to all land offered by cut are"perfect
which possible, open the popular Feck, house mile M hour Shark and word-flh lent re l Unc to the Of Irish parliament almay* in aoma good C&WIe. and for the Location, character and quality
) of wild animals Although he said his and are their deadly enemas and feed uponthe dominated a* they claim that It wouldbe benefit of the community at large. More will prove se represented on Inspection.
Mrs. Miss
dog wa a very tame one, and would not for the season. Dupe manatee whenever they get a chance. by Roman Catholic hierarchy. Really power to your elbow, say L You are Term, oo any of the above, half cash|
attack another dog without provocation Peek although In deep morning after the The one now in captivity .. about ten the IsritUh parliament I* in abAcI bone doing a good work and substantial balance ia one, two or three years,at
we noticed that he seemed very anxious sad loss of their mother were looking yean old, and vary Urn. On aeb: occasion half of Ireland fur Home Rule and recognition and appreciation cannotall tea per cent Correspondence aolkited
to try hi* strength with any dog that remarkably well and the ADVOCATE U r when Capt. Zeilcrc called Ida pet the other half preparing! to fight to reach you In It Respectfully yours, R08UXS A; OttABAM. .
happened to coma DeU' pleased to note that fact 1& came to the surface of the water. against It, John L. Day, Chicago" Q'ttf Tituarlnea n.






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--'- -- lt4M ant frI...*. "Well boys," he beganxafTier the I their eyes aa ho had before, for in reality FOR FAB11 AND G1RDE5. <. talk was. worth, feeding. Tho bn.Hi,

Hast.Coa81.Advo oifa.TITCSYILL i T%. r > a pwwwto cake each IraniAattroH counter and every available* box and he gradually reversed the apparent including the"part' around the sera,
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she .
M fcwTta dratciml it; barrel* had been extemporized! for Intention of nature with referenceto TAE'tlxE' TO COT HILLET. were "too coarse, and were left on.
..-...- S.seed we roam,to tolas It how, characteristics. .80>> in full bloc cut in the' field to be plowed nndet
,.- seats, "yoa'd a laughed your gizzards! his mental Millet S is best cut when
TVoniV few there tw that bad It.
I FLORIDA. W.ak la*MSB for<< thugs close br sore to hare teen what 'I see this changed did he become, in truth, that tom, and before tho seed harden It the next stalk spring. Only the small part

led kt what B-tarfc.rt and morn I n', t was footing it over to HI Within a low years he was entrustedwith rapidly deteriorate after this time of the above the ear was thought

?i Over 4.000 horse will be out of a Tot Sfe Vatfe here no charms*o dear, Castaway to see 'bout him buildin the care of the village school,. Jn for feeding. It .cures' very quickly worth saving1. We know now that

job when the new cable lines of Nw'; As bee sad trtaxla around us.W me a new corn-crib .next week, an' as which he continued to be a cherished after cutting, and may 'be put in the the part in the middle, where the eari

stork city get to rnullln .oft the Joy 1 teacher old and ill health barn If are formed contain the most nutriment
destroy present .come to the graveyard, I noticed a until age after one good'day's drying. '
led Man hopes.nor pulse them' man standin in there. Comln up compelled him to abandon that honorable it Is permitted, to .become ripe and ,'and ia most valuable. The part
too mcrca.ed nOf TOuto fiowvr a*sweet Bloom at our feet It lei
or
below it and above are
In consequence sweet.
and the remainderof hard and the forms the i
closfe, I recognized: Jasper Dlggs. Ito pursuit spend seed fodder *
of the If wM but stoop to ral tbera.
the bicycle in various part For tiling so fair Milt greater are wai sla.ndtn perfectly still, an' when his days In'a happy and comfort indigestible, and the awns, which are A cow any time would have solved

country, there It perceptible fallingOff IlVrh T alV* bright spell bath bound 111'; I RO.rIght oppcrsitc, t hollered put: able home, blessed with a, wife who quite sharp, are apt to be injurious to this problem if farmers had trusted
and
In the business of: railway Bat' OM we're Ungbt that earth ha nsngbt Hey there Jasp, what yer doln'?' had been one of his early papiU. horse, although not so to cattle. This her instinct. Give her a corn stalk

livery liable tit borne art frielldt around us. Well, I'll be got dang if he stirred a If you ever visit Pine Hollow, don'tfail i* more applicable'to Hungarian grass, that has become an ear. She will bite

-t- Tbe Mrnds that speed la time of need, confounded inch. Then I hollered. to go and see old Mr.: Diggs' which Is a variety of millet, than to first in the middle, doubling It up till
,
The United of when test teed b shaken butts and tassels.
bop* she reaches the Then
tombstone for it Is the finest one In which
he to
dldn't''move.
agin, bnt Sea I the German millet, the awns of
Agriculture holds forth hopes of our Do show M attn\bat'fOlIIl whit will. she will bite off the stalk leaving the
We are tot quit onaken. myself, sec I, like M not the dumb the cemetery.-[The Epoch. are.not so hard and sharp a* those of ,
without
ultimately baring peaches ends and take another
Though alt were Dlbt.1I but the light critter's: in a fit, or got one of Ids the former.-[New York Times. two to drop,
tonei find blackberries growing with Frw frirK: dihlp' altar crowned n*, delnshnns. Fll jes' go up an' see what The Hemp Industry. stalk. -[American Cultivator.
out thorn to scratch. Troold bibs ol earth this .
rO'be was Kentucky has heretofore been our
ails him. When I got around not
BRAN AS POULTRY Y OD.
OU home and friend around us.
draws unfavorable -Tbe{ Ledg r. more'n a rod or so in front of him, I principal hemp producing State, bnt A mess of bran is always beneficial. LIGHT nr THE COW' STABLES.,
A recent writer saw a square piece of this 'ere paste the constantly increasing me of fibre Bran contains more* phosphates and All will admit that most living
companions between tho engineers of for various purposes and especially do better In sunlight than in
TOMBSTONE. board hangin' on a string around his and things
mineral than
because A LIVING matter ground grain
.
this and of Europo simply -
conntry
for binding-twine to demand
Wo have met
seems darkneis. never
neck. There was letters on it, but as It also assists In regulating tho bowels, any
tho overhead wire nuisance -
: perIste I don't be much eddecated for it a wider area of cultivation thanit one who claimed that cow were an
pnrtend
when a' small quantity of
LEON VCA.D. especially
; "Mlelt .i. aT
.. here *.overcome over couldn't Dutit. has previously occupied. In the last exception to this general rule, yet
I read 'cm. my opinion linseed meal is given with it, but in
there. _-_____________ You. ec, people lalll that Jasper ho' try in' to run Bill Davis, the annual report of tho Secretary of the summer season a mess three timesa many farmer and da(rymea'aet as

The religious paper published in Digg was born foolish and that he marble dealer oppursition, and be his Agriculture it is said there Is no rea- week may bo allowed'only. It maybe though they believed they were. In

the United Stales bare a combined wa not responsible for his actions. own tombstone. son why hemp culture should not be feed by scalding it and feeding, it in witness of this fact notice the barns

circulation, of 4,000,000. The Catholic IDs mother died In hts babyhood,.and A loud 'guffaw" on the part of the extended over a dozen States and the a trough, or It may be sprinkled over and cow stables along' your.rood, the

Church leads tho 'list with 127 journals I' he was left to Lake care ol himself, M listeners followed close upon the con- product used in "manufactures which; potatoes or turnips, cooked. No other, next: time you go to town. In" fact

while the Meihodlstsaro close behind bis fatter was a poor. old, weak in- clusion of these remarks, and then now employ thousands of tons of Im- grain food need be given if bran is how i* it upon your own farm?

with 127. rslid. continued laughter'augmented the hi- ported fibre. In the manufacture ofbiudertwine used in the summer season if the Those who halo dark places claim

Public philanthropy was almost an larity.Of. alone there Is an outlet fowls have a range. In fact, no grainis they do not see but their cattle are

The easy going wars of the Danes ; unknown quantity in fine Hollow course the curious visited the for upward of 60,000 tons of hemp necessary at all; but should such well enough, and that the milk Is> as

,arO productive. of longevity. Among and tho maxim of 'every man. for cemetery, the next day and found the annually.' Manilla is no better than food be given, let. It be bran.-[Farm good as that produced by other cows.

3,000000; inhabllanU more than 60 himself" wa rigidly conformed to by report true to the letter. There stood 'hemp, and sisal quite Inferior. When and Fireside. They havo never tried the ,same cows

hard 'died *o far this year who bad. the tavern-keeper tho proprietor of Jasper as motionless as tho monument the market for binder-twine was in two different conditions, sc do not

passed Ilm four score and ten. QuIte i the grocery and other less influential he was representing his facial expression first created American hemp fitted the KILLING CABBAGE WORMS. know from experience what the dif

half of them were nearer 100 than 90 :. citizens of Ibo Tillage. displaying 'death-like rigid- demand-" the more carefully prepared In the Farm, Field and Stockman aa ference in results would be.

old. Juper bat grown to be a very sizable ity.' No amount of diverting noisesor article, straight or dressed hemp being Illinois subscriber said that the followIng In. a recent number of Hoard's

years -- young man of twenty. With all threatening gestures changed the employed. About ten years ago the had proved a successful way of Dairyman the editor told of an Incident

An Iron. buoy belonging; to the Unit hi. shattered mental faculties,,affection fixed stare that literally poured out_ of demand increased to a point beyond killing cabbage worms: Dissolve a that occuTed nearly a score, of

ed State Light Ilotue establishmentrecentlydrifted was a most pronounced trait In his his eyes. The placard l printed around the supply, and to meet the exigency, heaping tablespoonful of red pepper' years ago In New York state. Ho had

across the Atlantic character. This was manifested In his neck bore this.Inscription of the casexuhor fibres wero employed. in each gallon of water and pour over : been looking over a fine herd of dairy

and was picked np tin tha west coast bis rcalous
F of Ireland*. Tho Light House Board, emaciated form had lain for: many along MY FATUEB, ai tho consumption of binder-twine Commenting 'on this a Wisconsin .

on belli?'notified: of the fact, presented weary month upon a conch of BOUX DIED-- '- 'MonEESDURt.NCJ grew to its present enormous propor subscriber cay*: "Red pepper, dusted. man."The cows were standing In the
A
Trite TOMBBTOSI, IK DEFAULT or
the buoy to the Irish Light Service, pain, from which the poor man was O3E 13 ERECTED? tions those fibres, held, their position or dry, is much better. In water by yard, and" says the editor, "we were

and! it was thankfully: accepted. never destined to rise again. Jasper The people of Tine Hollow had and,hemp was relegated to the back far tho larger; part of the pepper will much impressed by the strong Indications -

was his nurse, his companion.If : something to laugh over at last. It ground. bo lost. Other and much cheaper .materials of tone vigor and thrift which

.Observation etep-laddcrs are .the the old man omeUinciwearied of.the was thought for awhile that some ono Extensive manufacturers of liarvoRt- are used with very good results.In ,marked every' animal In the herd. On

latest Innovation in the Belgian field boyfa vague chatter about a thousand had induced Jasper tq play this roleto Ing machinery are quoted as' saying tho morning the worms are very inquiry we found that they were not

) ,artillery. They are intended to en- nothings, or hi* nervous facial contortions rebuke the avaricious communityor that there is no fibre'in tho world better juicy, so that any dust'will stick'l to highly fed, yet they'looked and appeared -

able tho commander: of a concealed or his monotonous impersonations to move it to pity. Bat the Idea salted to this use than American' them. Slacked limo (the fresher the better than some herd. that

i battery to bettor direct the fire of the he could after all, bear these was disproved'by the fact that Jasper hemp. Tho usual course Of procced- better) will kill them' by slicking and consumed a much larger daily.ration."

iunr fI. Every ladder about seven trifling! annoyances In return for all was absorbed body and soul, In his are in Kentucky in raising hemp on forming a hard crust on' them." "The owner explained. the mysteryby

feet and a half high of iron, and the kind attention -of which he was purpose so apparently unconscious of blue grass sod If to plough about.four Our boy throws fine dirt or dust saying that ho ascribed superior

weighs nbout 65 pound. All ammunition the recipient from tbi., same unfor- Cray tho sevens tests made upon him, inches deep in the fall or early spring; over his as he hoes and finds that a condition of his cow very largely to

wagons will carry the ladders.Attorney tunate son. What little remained of that it was useless to doubt his sin- sow about haw time t. plant corn; sow good remedy.'-[Form, Field.and Gar tho care he had taken In the construction

ti.. ., the old! man's life ebbed slowly'day. cerity. Throughout and beyond the broadcast thirty-three pounds of seed den., of. ,his, stable-to have it well

Henry C- Dillon of tbe by- .dar until at last his name was county the fact spread that In :Pine per .acre, ,having first prepared the lighted. His stable was on'thef south
| Kawoali Colony.,*that it is a mistake written'in the book mortality.. Hollow there wa a living to' blltone. .eed-bed thoroughly" and cover by tcot't L"i.C.! &. :VE!. anal cast Hide of- the ..barn.andVjthe

to su'ppotc that the colonist are culling, "TfeJI, old Digg Is gone. ," wa the ,Visitors flocked to the place. dragging with the barrow as for ,any A French practitioner'gives a recipe wall was filled .with.window* of .double

I down California's big trees. Ha says current expression of the older generation Now it would mar the authenticity of tho rmall grains. About 10Q days far scour in, calves..which. he Is said to sash. The stable was .as light, ; as

oo human: agency can: cat down a Sequoia : that. knew him best. The of this story to say that Jasper Diggs are required for.. ho crop to mature. havo used successfully ,for years.: :A* day.ln every:part of ju '

glgautca, aud no sawmill Ills funeral wa plain, not to say meagre, ,had no relaxation, tiiaf be stood at the The fact,that sisal hemp can be grownIn this complaint I* one 'which occasions "The owner reported that! he' had

country could slice one npluto board. both In ceremony and attendance. Japer head of his tathe,', grave day and this country was satisfactorily grant and serious losses on stock farms noticed two peculiar effect :. (1) the

Dy uamito U the\ only-mean of deitroj I was the chief, and If appearanceswere night, and like any other tombstone, demonstrated many years ago, but the there may be some farmers who would color of the butter was much higher.

tug them and the debris is then useful any Indication.the only mourner. didn't eat and sleep. When evening frost limns'sharply marks the northern think worth while to try it, especially Sunlight was the.iecret. One principal

I only as firewood. Mr. Diggs body wan conveyed to the came he left the plsco'with solemn deliberation limit of its cultivutlou.-. Louis as it is simple and cheap. A decoc- reason why winter butter Is *o much
tion is made from 250: of ice
-, cemetery and plsced by the side ofHannah and wended his way homeward Republican, grammes whiter than summer butter I* that the
(a little more than half pound and
A young man In Rerjla,.Gormnny, whose grave was almost lost lie appeared in lit* convention. Secret of Chinese Tarnish. a ) cows do not receive so much sunlightin
hundful of the roots of tho strawberry
.toppe \ upon a cherry, slipped; fell under tho thick jungle of weeds aud 'al style until he returned to the cemetery The British Consul Hankow, a the staole aa in the pasture.. (2)

against a window and had his DOM wild creepers that covered It. the fottovlngmorlling. writing'of the varnish exported from plant with six or seven pints of He believed the light, and consequent
water. The tea ia to the calf
given '
[ almost severed' from hit face. A I Aflklrs in PIne Hollow, of course; "Never ask me any questions while that city, rays he is informed that it before both morning increase of .heat, decreased the, com

I young lady came forward and aoIknowlcilgetl > moved on In their wonted style. Sir.Dlggs I am on duly for I wou't answer I3'lie gum of a tree=the Rhu v rsl- and evening sumption of food. At any rate, bethought
meals and the writer that It i '
that she had carelessly death was soon forgotten. But them," was his advice to a hectoring' cifera. On this tree, before daylight, say he could winter his'CO'VI in
seldom that a calf which is treated'In
{thrown the accessorial fruit upon the no I It was not forgotten Jasper youth. At noon, If no visitor lingered Incision are made; the gum that runs very the new well lighted stable, with a
this for ono day is not foundto
sidewalk, and her parents promptly Diggs remembered it but too well. about the grounds, Jasper ate. out is collected In the dark, and way considerable, saving of food, over what
be freo from the disease the
(defrayed tho bill of the Burgeon who HI.mournful sobs could be heard at his luncheon, which he had brought strained through a cotton cloth' bag, on day was consumed the old stable"
following.
I stitched ou the young man's nose, night In the cemetery, and to passersby with him. It.mast have dawned upon leaving behind a large amou nt of dirt Whether sunlight will make yel
It be added for the information
might
(amounting to $110. Now romance they were anything bat cheerful the mind of the reader ere this that and refuse. This operation can only lower butter than gloom or not matters -
of the inexperienced that calf
.
I should lead the! victim and the cause sounds. there was one prime object which be performed In the dark, as light a little, bnt whether the Bows, are
with diarrhoea should be at
[of his mishap to commit matrimony. The Idea of providing a suitable held Jasper Diggs with such fidelity spoils the gum and cause it to cake oico removed kept in damp and dark or in the full
from the other calve and
land give some novelist the cue to tombstone to tho memory of his father to his post. He was quite Vapidly with all the dirt in it. It cannot be kept light of event a winter's sun matter

lyTho Iloinauce of the Cherry." seemed to have taken posses-ion of gaining that object, for nearly every strained in wet weather, .M 'moisture I warm the and quantity dry. should If he be i*diminished drinkingmilk much Don't bo afraid of lotting Iu

Jssper* mind a few days after his stransrer dropped_ a coin into the causes it to solidify. limo 11M;he. Light II not cold.
,
Official returns of ;recent census sire's death. Some one suggested yawning money box that was attached When the Chinoe use this varnish ana always given at the temperatureat .
which it comes from tbe cow. It '
takeu throughout France show the 'I: that the easiest way to get enough to Ids waist-belt they rub it on with a sort of mop, or the milk is mixed it be beneficial KA1IU AND UAUUEN Qn8.

[population: of the country to be 38- i money to purchase one would be togo Tho summer was waning, and cold swab, made of soft waste silk. It to go back to the milk may of It* dam. As have shade and water lu the." pas
393,150. This is an increase since the around with a subscription list. crisp blasts already began to sweep should only be used In wet weather, ture. >
diarrhoea i I. often caused curd
by sour
(census of 1886 of only 208,584, or less I I Acting upon this hint, he started up the dead rattling leaves and breathe a*, If thq atmosphere Is dry when it In the stomach, a small dose! in linseed Give the pigs a chance to get Into the

[than half that of the previous period out on hi. hopeless mission. I say their harsh cadences into the ear of Is rubbed on, it will always be sticky.As oil often stops it by removing the hade.

of, dive years. The greater part of it, I I hopeless, because they looked upon autumn.It used by tho Chinese, the varnish cause. The smell canted by scour To destroy orange rust take out the Ii

oreovera is accounted for by the In- f Jasper as more of a fool than ho was; cannot be a pleasant prospect, takes about a month to dry, and during I may bo checked by carbolic acid di- plant and burn it. '

flux of strangers into tho capital, Purls 1 I hence thy treated him far worse than even to the foolish, to do the tomb the time it U drying it U poisonousto luted as recommended by CaJvert,,and The Bordoau mixture 1* the remedyfor
?alone chiming: about fOI\r- fth. of the II I he deterred. He went from house to stone act in tho dead of winter The the eye.
rust on bushes.
well sprinkled about the calf 'bouse, a rose
total. The growth in the other large house, meeting only rebuffs, sneers colder It grew, the more people came The consul thinks that this gum
plan' which also checks UH spread of Your horse will relish variety in his I
leUles la ridiculously small Lyons only I and ridicule. At nightfall be repaired to visit the Tine Hollow cemetery, and may have been one of the ingredient
the disease.-[American Duiryuiau.TOrPCfO rough feed as well as in his grain. I
[claiming an increase of 29,000, )(ar- to the cemetery where be slept, preferring Jasper Dlggs' income increased pro of the oeleorated Cremona varnish,

elites :31,000 and Bordeaux13,000.- to be near bis dead father than portionately. and ho suggests that it might ba worth Tho average planter need but

["trenty-elght departments show an in the lonely cottage. He bad tramped It was somewhere about the middleof the while of musical instrument makers OORX. about six varieties of strawberries.Try .

fncrcaie, while fifty-nine register a.crease all over tbe village and ho found only November. A heavy cloak of snow to ma.ko experiments with it, witha Many farmer, even among those to have a closely cut grass plot

in the population, the Department one person willing to render him assistance covered the earth like a shroud. The view to producing* varnish that I who are not very old, remember when around your house. Its beauty will

du Lot beading the list with and that one had signed for day was drawing to a close. It wan would give a mellow instead of a it was a common practice to "top" repay you for a little trouble.

16,000. : one dollar. Everybody else had refused bitter cold. The boy, who for years glassy sound. corn. This was done by cutting off Good mutton makes one of he best,
all kinds of all tbe stalks above the car, exposing
-- the for
to giro anything but ids moral had been target if not the bet, fresh meats that the
In the earlier period of our history support. Therefore, like a perfectly ridicule and abuse the general laughing No Hole la the Conversation. It to direct action of, the sun with the farmer can secure to use .during the

temark* Farm and Fireside, Immigration I sane young man, he abandoned the i stock of the village resigned hi* Janle'i: mother had company a littlu notion'that this would ripen it faster summer.
scattered that day leaving the cemetery while and tbe conversation wan As all the tassels were removed no
over the laud and soonramp enterprUe. though tho Insatiable longIng position ago, Breeding too Is
a leadingcause
Americanized The second for a monument to his father's half frozen, but with three hundred lively and uninterrupted. Now, Jimmie'lyves farther impregnation of the silk was of both bog young and sheep deterio

eneratiou showed few traces ot forMgu t memory possessed him M keenly as and eighty dollars, the scattered donation to talk her own .small self, aud I possible anti no more grain could ba rating. Time offspring are weak and

ancestry. At the present time ever. of charity, and not one red cent was disgusted, on thit occasion, to formed. Experience soon showed often .

ouch of the immigration colonizes aud I A week later one of Pine Hollows' of it came from the pocket of an Inhabitant find herself left out altogether. She careful observer that corn thus alckly.

remains foreign. The children go to citizen, while $.lug the cemetery of Pine Hollow.; bore it until patience ceased to be a topped was lessened In yield more or The! same quantity of feed that
i able to purchase she to her father Ida as the topping was done early or make one pound of butter will produce -
kchouli from which tho Engllkh lallaUll -. made a strange and wonderful discovery Jasper Dlggs was virtu; then ran ,
:;' has been, driven, use foreign I He did not go Into the grocery for his father a worthy monument with a 'rCrrlol'lg, little t.co- I' late. Usually corn topped while the two pound of cheese or one

lexoks' and are taught by foreign chop that night at early as usual, and It can well be imagined that b* "Oh. papa. l"UIIQ desolate I can't i tassel was quite green had considerable pound of steer beet

ka< : )r. This i* uu-Aumlcn, and i in order to allow alt the frequenters went.to and came from U with just find a hole in tUa conversation auy- I missed spaces on. the, ear, which The danger Incident to use of .,.*..

Innd to thi- spirit of all our lustitn- I to at*.inb'!.. so that he might have a feelings of pride.Somehow vrhere to put a word Into I"-[Ladle** f longer continuance of the growing sites against Insect find new Illustration

iou. Ev, such colony, whether in good audiuuoo to llUen to what ho bad people after that hung Home Journal. tassel would have filled with grain. In the case of the man whose
i Ua rifles t acted though they .. 1 Much the most remarkable change flesh was pierced by a. rose thorn! on a
gnat or in agricultural cemnuntti to say. The crowd was laying |q a their head and as "
'*, 14 a Iou"ad center of eppott | stock of penmit anti pug! tobacco as were ashamed of henielyoa when "Wha&1 Ilk about Charlie, aid of opinion about topp.:d" corn, bash that had been sprayed, presumably
i on. Esbel, "is his kindness to animal*. I however was with regard to Its with Paris London,
plLJ'lopie.
and vet or
|ion to our free institutions. If Itninl- h4t entered, and his nervous patience Jasper was around, uo green
Whyt last week when h4 took me to the .t:1lb. When the practice wa most Anewitem "Tb d.xlOfthad
do mock his mail.net's says:
grant not to
want to become Auiertans ) was iax 4 to its utmost In refraining tured any longer I
i And menagerie he gave a whole peanut to iu vogue the Idea of farmers to work to avert Wood poisoning -
many bully
let them return to their native from calling the meeting to order at or to jeer at hi, condition.
and I once. somehow Jasper did not ape tot one of the elephant"-[Epoch. j was that only the tin part of the ," .




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;65 OUR SILVER QUEEN $65 : MURDERED BY-HER. COUSfNS. .. I WDIAN RIVER PROPERTY. 8.= A. Bl I

Is tt pmslbla *first-clasa Buggy with Silver-plated Dash Rail, Seat, Tragic Death of a Herolo Young -- ,
Rail, Handles, Hub Bands, anShaft Tips, for above fcrlce? Lady.A fveaty Excellent Bargains In Real '

trtgedy occurred near Uni>n.Slle, : Estate on Indian hirer, Fla. }

X p < m at Ga., twelve mile* from Forstib, Friday ''''No. 1. The nw | of te f of Action 14':, OF AT.IJTN'77a'3.:

afternoon which resulted in the death of t 11, sr 87 e-10 acres on peninsula opposite .
Iii.Lime Gossett, a beautiful your>lt, Melborae; prooouoced by county
0 o A O O girl of seventeen. Mr. J.G., OuMotl thfuther surveyor to be an excellent piece of pine VAULTS .
O p Q : of the murdered girl U a large'' !apple land. Price, $20 per acre. Ad. BANK,

1:1Of planter On aa adjoining farm ,lltos! bit JOIning laud i I. selling.at from f3l to
Ofo brother-in-law Edward Thomas, who $13. VAULT DOORS

< > has four eons lie has had trouble for Mo. 9. Lot 4 of section 84. t 87, r 40e.
Fma X ts0 0a tome time with the Thomas boys, of Fronts on north shore of St. Lucre.
a 0e astero whom there are four J. It, David Boner river 79 87-100 acres; price, |33: per WORKS
CELL
p D 0 and Jake. The matter culminated )*te acre. STEEL RAIL AND

(III') z (>) Friday afternoon u above stated The No. 8. Lot 4 of seo 23, t 87, r 40 e, .
< 0 m :u t0 evidence before the coroner's jury was 69 03-100 acres, half mile front on south IMPROVED CONSTRUCTION. ,
3 rq w o ib substantially ts follows Three of )fr.Thoma.'a shore of St. Lucie river. Excellent land. OF ., rziH

Writ for our New 8O page AddressSOUTHERN Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicle plantation mules, and he got put into them J. 0.in Gossett'a his lot tiS No.per 4.acre.Lot 1, '79 86100 acres} lot l 8, T X TMC' ,.*.Tfls: :S* V'RNY0 .m3D,'

and sent his nephews :word to Com after 71 80-100 acres; Itt 8, G15 18.100 acres; and Proof Work., .
BUGGY CO. them and pay the damages. Three of the .11 in sea 26, t 87, r 40 e. Each lot has a Oa all kinds of Fire Burglar .

OHiO'U.S.A. boys came, John and Dare bringing quarter of a mile front on St. Lucie river ,.. .
CINCINNATI. their pistols. They went into the and adjoins the extensive pines the SAFE & LOCI; COMPANY;' ;;. i '
DIEBOJ..D
field where the girls were bolding the plantation of Tyndatl A Dyer.
mules and demanded them but the girls three! lots have a combined fruit rge of '

asked for the money to pay damages.The three quarters of a mile on very deep W. BUTLER
boys refused to pay and attemptedto water, and being spurted the south ,
run the mules over the girls in orderto shore of the brond St. LucU-, are absolutely ,( .
get them loose from them. Tho free from dangerot frost. $20 per FLORIDA AGENT:

children's father came out, whoa John I acre for those three lots In a body, or
8i11 I1 sebidBbt:2 Thomas and he got .into a' scuffle. !' 125 per acre for either lot separately 78 JDAUNE: S TEE ET'

: The young lady, Miss Lizzie, went to This is an exceptional bargain--* better '
161t11fEEkN1EE696E1' > I
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her father's rescuewhen Thomas grabbed investment than the amount rrquirel to (incAR BROADWAT)

: a gUll belonging to Mr. Gossett,' which secure and prove up on homestead al

r t fit' was sitting againit the house and |hot :Miami and is not dependent upon pro. New York City.
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f119fE her just above the region of the hcvrt kpective, and perhaps long delayed satisfactory
The lady staggered backward and facilities. :
young transportation
exclaimed: hOb, Lord, papa, he has No. 5. Lot 1 of leO 80, t 87. r 40 e. 91'sug 01-18 "" .. ,s s'mIlE .

LARGEST killed me:with your gun." Miss Qossttt 44110 acre, on nouth shore of 8t. Lucie
e lived for abeut ait hour after, dying in river. Quarter mile deep water front. a specialty this season of what 'r('" L

TlrSl WpSSs great ajjony.PARNELL's. $23 per acre. are making. PARAG8N HARNESS.Made & f"
oa.i our
No. 6. Lot 8 of sec 80, t 87 r 41 e. w. .
north shore of the fiNEST STOCK and the very'BEST f
THE'*> halt mile of river front, on
ANd I N I$ e e in WIN F -MONEY of St. Lucie rivet. 40140 acres, at $23 WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness 4 jl..

per acre. oannot be bought for less than $25. # I ,
1 Will Probably Go to His Wife Bargains NOB. 2, 8, 4, S and, containing J ,'
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willing
retail. But we are
at
and Brother.The In the aggregate 438 01.100 acres, \q % }'. ::
wND g G In order to Introduoe It, to ;
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acre. .i
at $13
London Daily! Ttttgraph of Tuesday will be sold in a body per "
4i
published a dl pa'cb from its Cork This is a good Chance to make 100 pot SELL ONE SET ONLY ft.to' o. ...-.""fo' .1.t j d.',
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than twelve' months.No. $ ;b
NEWPOET.M in less
"TERRE HAUTE correspondent which says somettitna of cent to'' one person a. a 1
he. been caused in nationalist 7. Lot 1 of goo 26, t B?, r 40 e,
panic r
a for :
sample t ll'
circles there by the molt that under'the 24 78.100 acres, and lot 2 of same sec, <." Q4/ yeP!'\ .y4 'rr;'Pr: JV t"l'l' ...1.
north and thsother : .
y the
,. Parnell 2H acres. One is on $16.0. ,
French law )1 ., ChHrles Stewart i w" \\ ;;
the heirs of .on the south shore of St. Lucie fI \"' : .
and John Howard Pnrnell are .p o \ .. >\ . tho Paris fund of 40,000 pounds ($200. river. Each lot has a quarter of a mile 1- i "b
000) lodged in Paris in the .joint nntaes frontage on deep water. $30 per acre in ; t "

of Mr. McCnrthy and Mr. Parnoli. Thereis fopurnto lot*. No reduction if both lots & .A\}.,..off. tz; .. :r: Sy.'.\';..t t ., ,-.J. ..
no doubt Mr Parnell will at once are taken. A \( ; ", ,""-' \1 oF.'I .'lo: ( ,p. ,
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her share in the hands tt those who No. 8. Lot 8 of goo 24-91 >90-100 acres 1-r.JJ.\"',1N., '\.o dl. D t{bdM.ttv ,' ;" .' f
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place "'.' : '
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stood by her late husband, which will half mile front on St. Luclo river; and t.""'.''#.i. .."."O' >.'I: 'd".\'(:\" "" !..'.,".'.''' :> 0"'''""''.'. >I1' OItr,.
80 t 87 r 40 e-77-ncrcs, o -tfo. of
quickly place them in financial position lot 4 seo $ .. \V... 1'
t to enable them to show a good deal of also fronting oa St. Lifclo r.ver. $23 "per : .iP. :: \f\1tPp;\ *? .< : .'

fight. aero. for eIther or both lots. v' ed6\"py' :'Je it.vIV 7P .
fvo. 0. Lot 4 of sec 23 t', 87, r 40 o, /
SS 10-100 acres, with quarter mile froi s
There are over one million and a hal ton St. Lucio.tlver; excellent land; $23 -t r
Free lIaaon.ln tho world. Groat Brit

,s ..w.Patent ain include about one-sixth of the ntire' ptrncre.>'o. 10. Lot4ofseo8t89r4tel' 3 THIS 13 ONE OF THE: 40'STYLEO, WHICH WE MAKE. .

number and the United States 'a >stil 04-100 acres with half mile frontage ou .. .4aG tty
[ applied '01'.1 larger fraction.. south of St. Lucio river, oppoait aQ..
Thlal.one of the'mort' oonvenfent pleamire and bulineal Tehtoles for the lawyer ii rATLANTA prong from Dcssey Bra .e,) .':::0l
i *man or farmer,on earth., wine to the oonatruotion of the body t and southwesterly = ,.
it it very / the tlmtfrvry turmbl, and U the ham*. MARKETS. plantation; superior quality of laud. D.1 .
.om.*< pl..wr..r.w./we.a w.Akl..w 'M market. old Indian foul and (,) ::I! .
...- known as camp 'or.D
a A WRITTEN GUARANTEE GIVEN ON EACH VEHICLE. .
n.Chfd i goat btldd nubs luaow II'iINcW III on lIfl Tt Write to MOM. IpItJ'IIIW., connECTED WEEKLY. ground. Price $23 per aero. : s y j
Bit of 1 of sec 2 t 88s r y
No 11. i *w p '
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TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE AND BUGGY CO., Terre Hauls, ire. ir.e.rln.. 41, e, on louihside of St Lucio river, two Z .n

Coeee-flouted-Arbnekle'a 234) V 100 1 II huudred yaids back from river; excellent s. 't"
cam; Levering' 22, Green-Extra choloX3oi pineapple land. Jonls plantation of 01]Ie a: III In'sr. I
choice ,cood kOi fair 191; comma I Price $7.00 acre. : .'
Wood.
per
1t 170. bugw-Granulated no;' off gnna I )0 *
aSpN'SRt i.tedes powdered fi"oj cut loaf 6y'OI white I II No. 12. Pineapple land. Lot 9 !\nd 0
I extn O 4Jci;fellow extra O f (e. Byrup-W.iOrle.ni b e i oho i of see 10, t 87, r 40 e, GIJ < ... < ill'W .
olMrice @! : prime ..(t4001 comma acre, Including a clearing and field of '
Mot.eae.-demmne Co\ia No. 165 STAR on "SPINDLE BODY n
80(2300. a. @38IImI- sot out, on north fork ,
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'JO.OoO pineapples ,
Y tiUon '336180. Teiia-Ulaok 8B@S6o| ftraei' KATUHAI.Noon ri.inui oa FAIMTKU.Built
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r 40@t)0a NntmsR 7 @-8OI!. Cl"vM I@800.! of St. Lucie river. Price $1,000. Vcr" on Honor. Entirely different from Cheap'Woatorn "
Cinnamon las>l2yo.: Allspice IO@tle. Jamaica little waste land la the tract, ,)
Work. Llvo wanted. given. ;
ginger Ido. Rice Choice 7yo ICoad No. 13. Lot 4 of sec 14, coDtamtn( Doaloro Territory a
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!aye! ;common fi% o.wortstQre5tro! tI&1t-Uawley' dairy 9160 Cheddar: Virginia lifcu Hat?0cOlieevo 70 acrli'aU la t20. r 88 e. Very fine K 1 N OMAN,. STU R T E A N V& LARRABEECARRIAGE .
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rb --FuU cream Iltu.tl .. .... ..,
hammock opposite i[>cco, OD -- -- -
13Viet klra Whit flab, hall bbl --- ,
&\ $4 00 pall OOo. Bo p-Tallow, 100 ban the peninsula; free from frost Each lot ) AND SLEIoN BUILDERS (E- +
75 lbs;*8 00375: ;jlm-ranline, 60 ban, 60 Itw. has a quarter of mile river,VroDtTh:' .. .. ...... .r ....... __ __ -----f' .
Is the machine tha I $200.295:ll 1'iinflMIX tallow, (Wb rt,dar 60 100.lb $Matches$853 MCandtrt land i. bounded on tho north by the recent U.ND FOR FULL CATALOGUES. B1NCHAMTON, N. Y.

THIS used In the Office : fOOl It 00-;S00 IS 00.3 OI 7S: |20O tl 00.a 71|604, purchase of B. F. Gibbs from Jot

I B grow 93 75. Doda-Keg*, balk 6o{do lib pkgiB V.Bard, and is about halt a mile north of .. --.-.. .-. _.. .....
Court-room and for o;cut, lIb 5f4a do 1 sadl..flo, day U the, celebrated place of Smith pros. -- -
I reporting. 6,,0. Onckrra XXX sods 6Ut, xn butler, One of the finest bodies of lan.l in tht "
::gt.nd:. B lectures and sermons. 8> CINCINNATI I Bho cream Uot XXX Ringer snaps(0.corn county excellently WE, ARE'IN THE ,
lemon, vegetables orpinellpple.
bills 9o. Candv-Ai'orted itlok 6'c|fellab of oranges, .
Qulckella.mpartment While its epeed Is'greater than another ; mixed 12o. Canned good*-Condniued mill .. This place will not stand on ,FOR FINE QUALITY AND, ,STYLE OF SPRING VEHICLES. J* V*
and Pullman Palaci known method it is so simpli I $8 008 00| Imitation mackerel t3 95a4 00: sal- our books many days. Speak quick r-:

Sleeping making direct Cars coanrotion1n0ENTRALIINIONST through without change, that any intelligent person can gain A moo 111101(8 corn 00a7$B0t 300 F.378t W.oysters tomatoes'a:IOa21501L.W.'lOOtSnO/ Either lot, separate, $27.50 per acre or: THE lOST,,FOR THE MONET OUR MOTTO ,f _

speed of 100 or more words per min Dall potash 13 20. BUron-1'eail 4o i Jump ,$23 for the whole tracr. o- '
LOUIS nte in five!or she weeks, without the Vfal nickel package 9300) cellnloid 9300.: Nu 13. House and lot in Tllusville, BEST 'ONE T\\:\\ :
Pickle, plain or mixed pint$100.140; quirt at the corner of Palm and Julia strootn,
And the WEST and with ThroujjU en aid of. .-:''Instructor. Circulars am 91 60al to. l'owderft flf, ken 95: 50;U keg; residence of Wro. &1. Brown MATERIAL OUR.OiTA

lines for 'L testimonials sent to all who mention 9300i" keg..t65. Shot 91 TO pet wok. adjoining Comprises a lot 70 by 03 and the home I It

rHICAGO the NORTHWEST. this paper. PI..,, Oral-*.. Menl. of new style, nicely finished and good ai AND LOGUESFULLYL :i
l'loat-Flral patent $4 00; second nateni new; Cost $1,800 to build. Known 'ai ,
with though carline DETROIT I I t T. PIERCE, FAYETTE, DJIIO), 99 7t i ran fancy 93: 25: f fancy f 3 00., famili the lluckabay residence Bottom price WORKMANSHIP ->
for 94 25. Corn-Na 4 white r2>,mixed 78o. Oat!,
and Po'Qt in Canadi Sole Agent for U, S. and Canada. _No. 9 mixed Ha r white -e ; Kansas roil 1200. LUSTRATES
BUFFALO andtheEait., proofa H jr-Clioloe timothy large bale. No. 14. House and lot, corner of Pint
change of cars I 130o. 1 tlm 4liy. large bMw, VOo,. clacks and DeSoto street, jJst' north of the WINS OUR LINE*
Only one
timothy mall twit, 9);No.1 thootb,. .mall home of George W. Martin. Very large
'. bale*, Mot N". 3 Itm"Ih.t..man bale, 80o. well built house .
X.X. NEW ORLEANS,' Ural-I'lftin 83o| loltal "Ik!. AVbeal bran- Ipl;.hel small but few weeks Cost oaljflol over SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTENTION
Jackson Vicksburg, POIDU in Large .Mkt UOoi .mall lack Pea. Cotton a ago.
owl steam feed $aoo. Plastered throughout and hoi .1 SAMPLE JOB WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT'OUKWORK
AND TUB !1w 1.1I Me I mea}--9l:SJ per -9LK1
TEXAS x rjaeiT.Passeogers tlV per owl Q.1l*-Pearl 91 :85. fireplace and chimney. Price $ 00. IS THE WORK TO BUY. ;. : .' '
lot \
No. 13. House and fronting on
via this line are afforded u; U ('...rry Ft.dmt., Broad street In Tituiville, just teat of : '
excellent new of Lookout Mountain am 11 EgliS t7a8o. Buttw.Weitara creamery 23iet the home of W It. Knox. Fronts CO BRIDGEWATER CARRIAGE. .. '
surrounding Historic Scenery. ebolo Tennessee 30a 2.o; otber grads; feet on railroad. Two houses on the lot];
d'cnu Lire -Hen* 28<30a ao.; TOK: VA.
M 12:4: brewed property.
large 18a25o nuaU lial80.
chtokni. | .
& C. RAY, a E. Pua. Agt., At ... poultry-Turkey* t ilnclu-)cblcketu $7 per month. Price $273-a great bar. .. 1
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1aota.Ga.D. --. Irish poiatoe,now 9300 MM per bbl. gain. ----- -
J. MULLANEY, Din Pass. Agt. WaxcInz Bw ilp .
ed SalOo IB the eomli 10.124 Ouioo 93 00* '
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| beautiful
Chattanooga.D.. O. EDWARDS, O. P. & T. A., < 0 i6a 8 BO pcr per Ib.bU. Cabbage lid per Jb Crap, pine place jolt for north residence.of town Size park, ;230 by 333 .a ..
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CINCINNATI, O. / fwt. Would make 14 good building .1I .
Pr.rlsf.... lot. More than half of this block C
z Clear rib .11... booed 8'Yoi 1 Ice-earad btlUe splendid oak and magnolia hammock .
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THE oilW breakfMt No., 11. Two good building lots, "WANT A 'AGON ? "
op.Elte
bacon llaia.-: UrU-Pure leaf 8>io leaf 8/Iret1a (
.. the Titatvllle public school ad-
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NEW LEVER SAFETY = tIJ 0 property of 0. E., UaViq; exc"lt w. are wagons buggies, sumys. High in&t; ts light I.

C.!!... t '/ od..Size, 00 by 103. .feet prong dumb '. jtyilsh, u beautifully finished u modernizednunuftnurc

o ..nZa Market ..,,- KtUUac S-lflo, Price $123: each. .an produce. Built on honor ty men of lift (

W _. ___ 1P.! No. 18. E i of nw J sod lot. J sod S eipcrt.we. Honesty i I. our policy prompt shipment our
of leG 17. t SI, s r 89 e. eootaining 144
: ; .p acre.. Has half mile of river front, OB Jpcda'ty.1.. want to kl1QW'ou. Write us. Costs. you '
114e4 THE TRAVELERS, weat side of river at bead of Nrow, F both n; May lead to business by and by. Send for our I :- ,
Just below Barber/ Bluff. Good fringe I ttUJofw. It b free to every reader of this paper. linC' 1; :
\\i.i.The 0 Jacksonville, Florida. of hammock front. Part marsh, but banrton Wagon Co. Wngfumton, N y. '
about 100 acres of good land In the tract.Price .
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hI 2000. "BUILT FOR I BUSINESS.
4IIf The Traveler, corner Bay and Cedar No. 19. The north 48 acres of lot i, .
; 1IJ treeU, Jackioorille FU. A new brick cod of the &. | of aw } of see 5, t *7. r j
hotel, nearest to all railroad\ stations sod n e. like.120 per arr. This media .1
I steamboat landings. Especially adapted two miles of Eau OatH". lust north of .

PERFECTION of SIMPLICITY 0c < to Uansiett buwe.s. Elegantly fur- none( Creek, and opposit Tr-pic; about 8 ....
and ECONOMY of POWER Jibed rooms, single or fa suite. Tableas quarter of mil north of Ooben poet-
Ir. :> good as the bob This hotel was built flSce. IighblulS front; deep water ':..:.
(f' NO CIIAIIE4.: NO cnA: s.J 'tuniahed' aad operated a* a '8.06 a day CJOII8 to shore. Land In s 'A :>tVI house; rate are now reduced to $100 a twa sold within tb* pact year at $73 per --H- -- .i9' -
VARIABLE STROKE only two eats u ,' .';h
dy, while the serrice U better than ever. mr* .
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It' of Revolving e.srtn'fSo Y Breakfast from 4 to 'I; Rosh from 1140oJ:80i Ko. 20. Lot 4 "f sec 83, t 87 r 41 "
Beet HUI Climbing and all around' .gi & ; dinner' from a:80 to 1-M.' This 177 seers; fxoelUot pin .ppl. Uod -SUBSORIB' :
ei; Safety m.d3. .... Is the only hotel in Jacksonr serving I QI&&t'.rIe front on Bt.; Lucas river, ad. ;: :

C..A..rj pj fr-'.I.:rj 'f'* fi ',. = ill. regular megs! at thee hours. All othersaw join lC plant,Uon of Stewart & Oakling, ', ., .. .' 7.'f!
at least OM hour Istsr CM tbtrratelcrr rtt* bees of land for aaU on Bt Lif-u ;
'. :> 5 oinaibttf, the ticket save 29teaU river, at reasonable figure.
H. B. SMITH MACHINE CO N If each way.BURTON. Terms oa any of the;above, bait cub
a >*U&ce in OM, two or three years, at FOR THIS PAPER I
SMITHVILLE, o t K. BARRS, *ga)Jnterest. Corrcd with na,
N. J. $ IO Proprietor. lw.1JlU OU. (.Tituvillc, *"!*.


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE?; FRIDAY OCT. 13, 1891. 1"T a
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; .. Bested baub'ot) property. We calf :er'members In transactinjf'-tJto: o?. rates of tMpAt present they cannot I JA,1ES PMTCHABD, President; W, B. BABSKTT,' Vice-President, ;
WOCATE. 4AWnXLT W. MBnowir, Cashier.
THE EAST COAST I obtain either of these, but are forced i
riot say dia1" ire In sympathywith i dinary; business of the Council to travel hundred of miles'overland to!
the movement. It will prob. We sincerely trust )tr. Brady will reach water communication with their i STATE
Dua.- INDIAN
WCTWAt or wt WtVOmiD ITOUH:.rvE TO*THor *D ably be consummated. We believe be elected. JII, Interest' in the I markets. In effect, the products of 1 RIVER BANK

KMT Last WOBTH SECTIOHS.6BAHAK the money will be raised. $100,000is town is 'sufficient to warrant his South Florida pay twice as much freight

a snug sum. It will be spent at best 'efforts for welfare., No InJury ladies to New or York'etc.Central America, aa those, and of the the Wes heavy .. (Incorporated under tlle"Laws of the State of Florida.)

WALTON; Props.woe .. Chicago,and a few years afterwardsthe can come to the town, which losses sustained on each perishable articles Authorized capital, $100,000
results derived will be for. would not have its effect upon his from the customary delays of the ,
. Avenue, Tltnsvllle, gotten; This amount of money private interest tie Is the most overland route,amount to more than the ._J r-\N Paid up capital l. $25,000

i: Indian Biter, Florida.; raised by the people of Florida, prominent merchant, and a" heavy exhorbitant make agriculture charge unprofitable; and both combined and retard =.JI Average deposits, $140,000

would forma nucleus for establish. tax payer-two most essential qua! the settlement and development of --

ing State university something ities in considering the fitness of the country, causing Florida to presentthe Transacts a General Banking

rCBUBHKD EVERY FRIDAY. permanent, and something which any individual to serve as Alder. abnormal spectacle of the only pen
mania In the world which ships Its products
would be In its results Business
beneficial man.Messrs. overland, and cannpt use water ,
beyond a que tlon. Rogers and Archibald transportation, rendering it unable to
-.nr.or.. .,.. '\fALTd e. GaisAit If the people of Florida decide to will make a very close contest for compete with foreign countries. Largest and Oldest Bank on the Hirer

ysociat.-Edltor A Hanager..O' H.WAlton: spend $100,000 at the World's Fair, the office 'of Clerk and Treasurer .' 4th. Because; owing to the location W
it should.be taxation of The incumbent of the Southeast Shoals, on the 'east of DIRECTORSijL'i'nnns
naturally
raised by present the anchorage at Canaveral, a sufficient/
made to "Graham property, and appropriated from has the adyantage. Ills course i In breakwater can be easily and Inexpensively of the.PIITTeNARD National Bank W.B.of BAR1fETT're.lrl.nt JacktoonylIe).J.H.
CTeek,etel..may'be payable the county funds ,of the various the past has been exemplary as an constructed: 'either with piles .or nlTRKIlB (v BW-I' W""1ent National BAnk 01
JkWklton." counties. Voluntary subscription officer of the town, .and there i Is rip-ran, or a combination of both, which BHUW..InckKonrllle), W. 8. GRAHAM. and W. M.

Address all omnmnnloatloni to lists have become that be advanced to would extend to and embrace twenty. COHKKsrOlTDKNTg.BesboarifNatlonal: .
so numerous our nothing can all the
and meet
seven feet of water, requirements Bank of
EAST COAST ADVOCATE I people are tired'of them.A demonstrate his unfitness;. and on of commerce. 'r" i National Bank of Jacksonville.New'YOII' : 20 and.

Tnusvott, FLORIDA. few men in each community are this ground he will have a strong 6th.. Because the building of such TITUSVILLE, FI.AA...
1'.0.Dox,44. usually called.upon to make up the support.: His rival however, ,has breakwater would at once open a deepwater

. bulk of the amount subscribed. If such marked ability, and is so universally most needed'and port of the first would class establish where a most It 1 II

BROTHER Andrews, in the last Is. our'County Commissioners had au. popular that even with, the ,Important harlot of refuge and coaling

ne of the PuNic Spirit, makes the thority, under the law, to approprl advantage which' Mr. Rogers .has; station upon the edge of the gulf stream; T. MURPHY

announcement that he will suspend ate $1,500 for the Sub-Tropical, at in holding present possession of 'would,,give all of South Florida market direct ,
with Its
water communication
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publication of his paper for a shot Jacksonville, or to pay the expenseof the position, we are inclined to witild reduce time and freights: en rout
time. This step is demanded by; an exhibit at Ccala' wb believe think that Mr. Archibald will win one half, and do more 'to promote the '

the weak condition of his eyes, and they have power to appropriate the fight. Such an event, however settlement development and prosperity Jacksonville Machine
tendency of the affection to In. $1,000 as.the amount dup from Bre need not be taken by the present <.f,this peninsula than any other possibleact -
could
vard.county for the World's Fair Clerk evidence of his lack of the Government perform.
as an
crease. We are glad to note that 6th. Because such port would be by
nr esteemed friend has .the good exhibit. If this is done, every ability or popularity. lie may attribute several hundred miles the nearest deep- Andiron Works

cense to apply the rule that lea property owner will pay, accordingto his defeat, if that result\ waterAtlantid port to the West Indies
his holding and non-residents awaits him to the unusual strength and South America, and would be of ,
ctich in time, etc., and trust a few ; transmission .
great Importance In the rapid
weeks' rest will have the desired effect railroad corporations and foreign of his opponent. of mails, etc., and In the revival of

and that his eyes will not onlybe ; syndicates, who own large bodies of Messrs. Circle and Futch will American commerce, and would promote PUMPS ENGINES AND MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
restored to their usual standard, land in Brevard county, and who contest for the office of Marsha reciprocity.. ,

tat that his general health will be will be benefitted if anybody is by and Collector. For the same rea. 7th. Because, in the event of war, I It Made and Repaired.
would become a point of great importance
Improved by being relieved for .a the expenditure as a matter of eons given .in the;case of theipres -the southernmost possible station -

time from the exacting duties inch right, should be taxed in propor- ent incumbent in the Clerk's office, dT the navy of the United States. PUMPS SUCTION
'dent to the publication of"a paper. tion to the property they own in Mr. Circle; by virtue of having It would command the Straits of Florida, CENTRIFUCAL' PIPING ,&
Brother Andrews has always had this section. We expect to take possession, has the advantage over and furnish the navy a coaling station ,

oar respect and cordial good will this subject up more fully in ,the Mr. Futch. Circle, it is 'admitted and anchorage coast. upon an otherwise inaccessible For HPJaosqplxcvto:: arec1gitag.:

Jlla rather extreme views on the near future.;; on all hands, has made the best And your petitioners will, ever pray,

question of prohibition, and per. Marshal Titusville has ever hac eta, eta I OFFICE &WORKS: '
In our opinion, he will be .elected. Adopted by the Board of County Com
laps unwarranted reflections on THE TOWN ELECTION
missioners of Brevard county, Florida,at 134 & 136
This is however no reflection East Bay Street Jacksonyilto Fla.
,
those whose views on this subject upon Its regular meeting in October 1801, at ,
happen to differ from his own,'were Will his competitor, who has lived herea which time the following resolution was Sjl n-emo. -'
aot such as we could endorse, but take place next Monday, number of years, and has always passed: ,
He fearless outspoken of writ and while considerable interest ha'I been a good citizen. A way been manifested by 'the friends of : however who otherwisevote citizen and tax payer of this county, be
ing-the truth, whether pleasant or the several aspirants for the office might and he Is hereby appointed.a delegateto
distasteful he it has for Mr.-'utcb, will cast their! Blair & Thrasher
as sees never represent this Board and to presentthe
of Clerk and Treasurer and of
failed to win our respect and we ballots for Circle, on the principle foregoing petition and memorial to ,
almost sayadmiratlonwhilehis Marshal and Collector, we do not that "one good term 'deserves' an. Congress, and to the executive depart
might believe the community at large ful. the ments of the United States; and to ,advocate -
other. Then
has been effective again, present PRODUCE: : :
paper quite ly realize the importance of exercising and urge favorable action thereon. BROKERS
incumbent is the choice of the .
In promoting the development of judgment and wisdom in We, the undersigned, hereby certify; '
the county. Mayor, and we. have always ,con. that the foregoing are true copies of the
choosing the men to whom the government tended that the Marshal should beappolnied petition and resolution praying for Government Commission & Distributing> Merchants
of TitusvlUe will be entrusted selected the aid in Improving the harbor of ,
or by May.
THE SENATORIAL DEADLOCKWhich for the coming It Cape Canaveral, Fla., passed this Oth
matters but little who should year. be or, and be responsible to him, ,personally day of October, A. D. 1891. 163, WEST 'BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA.}
for the proper dischargeof f __-v ROBSBT MORROW
consumed so many weary elected for those offices, if they are his duties. We'are always ready < SEAL S Chairman of ttfo Board _P. O. Box, 781._ .

weeks of the Florida legislature, men of ability and integrity, and to second whoever the Mayor ( OF THE ) of County Commissioners

to the.great detriment of Florida1 will sacrifice their private Interests chooses as his' lieutenant and aid ( CIRCUIT ) of Brevard county, Fla. ORANGES AND PINEAPPLE'SI
< OOUBT. .> A. A. STEWART
welfare, was in vain, if we may; I in order to give the time necessary to enforce the ordinances. { ._- ) clerk of said Board., "
'iadcro from the fight which Is still to attend properly to their duties A SPECIALTY. -

being waged at Tallahassee. There as officers of the town. Mayor', Order a Suit.J. e!. %Memorial to the Congress- of'the Unitet Consignments of all kinds of Fruits; Vegetables! and Produce Solicited.!

fa no doubt that many' of those Wilson has the field to himself althe -. take: LIBERAL ADVANCES MApE. PROMPT RETU# S. -
who.opposed Senator Call's re-elec This is as it should be So long as J.finest P. Turner &;Co.of have jr'tt. 'WnEREAB, The necessity of a break References: National Ban{of the State'of Florida f W.H. Sharpe, Sharp tr T. Yr '
display samples-
or merchant
tton are utterly' gulted with the our :'worthy Mayor is willing to tailoring, that It has 'been our water at Is apparent the cove of to Cape citizens Canaveral of the whole lighthouse f Moore, Eden; Wells & Sons, Plant City, etc. 12jun

tactics which have been adopted to serve the people of Titusville, BO 'good fortune to lee in this country, sad east coast of Florida; and ,
secure his defeat, and thwart the long the honor should be. given to the prices are very reasonable." With WHEREAS, The maritime interest of: THE TROFICALTRUNKLINEJacksonville
will of the people. It must be mortifying him,' without a dissenting voice. overthree hundred samples to select the entire universe would be materiallyand
lIe has from. You can leave your measure and Incalculably benefitted by such Tampa'# Key West
wit. System.
to fair-minded men to spared no effort to raise nice fit If
get just as a as you personal; breakwater and ,
trees the conduct of the Individual the standard of morals in this com.muriity stepped, lato your own tailor In New WHEREAS;, A safe and much needed
who occupies the Governor's chair. ; he has been unsparing In York or Chicago, and ordered your suit harbor could be effected by such break Trains leave JjujkMnTlllevl.J.,T.A iC.w.,1:110 a.m. dally except Bandar i UU dally.
Suits furnished from 8 to 12 days. eU 490: Pi5;daily except Bunita7- Arrive 6 ao a.mM 12:65 p.mJ! t:10 p.m.
water and
After appointing a successor to meting out punishment to offend. I thereby making a practical Train lean Jacksonville,via Ea t Coast Lines 80 ajn., daily; 4.-00 p.m_,Sunday onlyi.
Senator Call, on the ground that ers; he has been conscientious in necessary outlet for the productions of 1 1:flOpjrn.,dAIly except.Sunday. Arrive 1190 a.m.,5:40 p.m.
Train ,north
east and south Flortdatherefore be it bound.6 KM a.m.,dally except Sunday.
the legislature did not make a discussing all questions, and can Concerning: Canaveral. Resolved By the legislature of the Stateof Trains arrive Tttoivllle south bound,t sta p.m.,daily except Sunday.

choice, and after spending a month be relied upon to give us a good Florida: That the Congress of the
in in We present below a complete copy of United States .is hereby memorialized Indian River Steamboat Oo.
preparing an elaborate opinion government future, if he is sup the; petition adopted by the Board' of:
of his the and our Senators and Representatives STEAMERS Leave TUnivllla at 6OO a. m. Dally except Sunday,for Melbourne and
reasons for council. war
making ported by a
Commissioners also their
proper County
appointment ; appointment .
the same are hereby requested to urge landings; and at T:00 p.m Mondavi and S rldays,makIng connections for Jup'ter.
which covered some five Three Aldermen will be elected, of a delegate to present same and to secure an appropriation of Steamers Going North leave Melbourne a& :290 p. m. daily, exoept8unday.for Titusville.
columns of matter he and while there is no given to to Congress, and to the national executive for the construction.and Leave For schedules Jupiter eoo, p.m..TuesdaYI.Thursdays and Saturdays,making connections for Tt&uutUe.
newspaper pay departments. We also 1200,000, completion showing time at stations not named above and routes rates,ste. apply to local
present&cPI of said breakwater. agents or General tflicea,JacksonvUle I'lL
finds himself at this Juncture con. those who serve in this capacity, of the memorial passed by the State
Approved June 4th 1880. B. B. CABLE General Manager o. D. ACKERLY: Gen Paw. ,
fronted by difficulties; and in spiteof their conduct will have much to do legislature in 1880, and the commission Act
his confidence and assurance in with the prosperity and develop. of the Governor, authorizing Henry n. to Hon.proceed Henry to Washington II. Harrison, and is authorized in behalf W.L.CRAWFORD: Supt.East Coast line, St.Augustine. '

writing his lengthy document, has ment of the town. They occupya Harrison[ to urge said memorial, in behalf I { ,...- A_ j of the State of Florida,
of the State of Florida. It is
asked theAttorney General to fur. position very similar to that! evident the claims of Canaveral are quite to be ) Gnat ml I to promote the object JUST RECEIVED
( of the ) of the foregoing memo- Pine & LumberOF
nub him with one. That eminent which a board of directors bear, in presented and pushed in' a systematic, State of rial. Cypress

and impartial lawyer has virtually relation to a bank, a railroad company and what we believe will prove a practicable (< Florida. )> FRAHCIS P. FLEMING,

refused, and intimates that the or other corporation. The method: { _vv ) Governor. ALL KINDS,
Governor can expect neither comfort Mayor is the executive officer of To the Honorable Senate and Jfouie 'oRrprtuntatlvet / STATE or FLORIDA, I AT ROUGH OR DRESSED:

nor assistance from him-that the town, and the Clerk and Mar. of the United States of Office of Secretary of State. ) Shingles Lath Orange Pineapple
Aintrica in assembled
Congress : I, John L. Crawford; Secretary of ,
ft is his candid belief that Senator shal are charged with carrying out Your petitioners, the Board of County State, do hereby certify that the foregoing F. C. Allen's
Call has been elected. his instructions, and commands; Commissioners of Brevard county,in the Is a correct transcript of the original, & Yegetable' Packages
Whether the Hon. John L. Craw. but he looks to the Board of Aldermen State of Florida, respectfully! present the now on file in this office.,
ford will certify to the appointmentof for advice encouragementand accompanying memorial of the legtsla- Given under my hand and the Great -
It will
Seal of the State of Flor- pay parties who contemplate
tare of Florida, asking for the construe- ( ""- -M ) GEORGIANA FLA
ex.Congressman Davidson is of support. He will take no step ion of a breakwater and harbor of refugeIn } Great teal I Ida, at Tallahassee, the building to call on, or address us. Mill
BO moment. The question will] of importance without ascertainingthe the bight of Canaveral, and pray for ( of the ) Capitol this 21st day of at DeLeon Springs., .
have to'be settled by the U. S.Sen. sentiment of the Council. This your favorable consideration of the same; ( State of) September, A. D. 1801. Orders promptly filled. '
ate, and, we have sufficient conn sentiment will reflect the characterof for the following reasons, which makeIt < Florida. l> Jour L. CRAWFORD, 200 DOZ. Chandler & Landers,
matter of national and ( __ J of State.
commercial
a Secretary
P. O., THE SPRINGS FLA.
dense' in the men who constitute the Board; it'may be frivolousor Importance ,

the highest legislative assembly in stern, vacillating or unyielding, let. Because: while a large part of / 'L.- Carper, Agent, Tropic, Fla.SSaogSmo,

the land believe that they will according to the temperament of the commerce of the United States, and 'MAGNOLIA JELLY GLASSES
.
do their duty, notwithstanding the the; Individuals who compose it. of other countries also, passe for many
hundreds of miles the
desperate efforts made by our Gov. The candidates mentioned for the east coast of Florida along, there is no dangerous harbor, :RESTA URANT" THE

ernor to oust Senator Call from his office of Aldermen, as we have anchorage or refuge for large vessels between \

eat. We admire the man who, in heard them, are Messrs. Geiger, Fernandina and Key West, exceptIn Has been re-opened for the winter. t 60 ZDOJZ. EQUITABLE .
the discharge of his duty, will Duren, Sanders,. Smith and Brady the bight of Canaveral. Here there '
stand firm the Our efficient has.also II any depth of water required up to six ASSURANCE _
against views of an postmaster fathoms, plenty of room for an unlimited MASON'S
overwhelming majority; but we been urged, by a number of our number of vessels, and no bar; but it Is Patronage Solicited. SOCIETY
cannot feel other than a contrary jest citizens, to enter the race. We open to winds, swells and storms on the IMPROVED ,

sentiment for one who will blindlyand have not yet been Informed wheth. southeast side which, at certain times I Of the United States. .,
render It unavailable.2nd. .
desperately oppose the undisputed er he has consented to .do BO. As Because, owing to' this lack of W J, TUCKER, Prop'r"Titusville JARS The
will of the people, and of his there will be three vacancies to fill, anchorage, many disabled steamers and Largest, Safett Lift Attur-

State, in the gratification of per we are of the opinion that our citizens ships have been wrecked on this coast, Florida. PINTS A QUARTS. once Co. in tM World.
sonal prejudices of himself or his will make a mistake if they involving great losses of fife and proper S10L.R.DEQKER ,
advisors. do not choose Mr. As of ty which might have been prevented If -
Brady one '
a breakwater had been accessible, the : The American Casualty Icsmnca sad<< I
the Aldermen.
new It would note loss In many cases, on a single vessel ,

FLORIDA THE > well to elect three new and en. water.exceeding the whole cost of such break. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Send in your orders at once.Chlmhertafn'B Security Co., f
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tirely inexperienced members to .
FAIR. 3rd. Because this countyand the ;
the Board that number constitute Writes tha Best
whole east coast of South Florida was Accident Policies. No :
lag a majority. Mr. Brady has but recently, and la still, very sparcely Having had 44 years' experience In all Eye and EUa Initiation Fee. No Annual Dues ':No
The press of the State, with few lad several years' experience, and settled. Its people are poor, generally branches of the building business, will Ointment.A Assessments.
exceptions, endorses the action of with his Vote and those of Messrs. engaged In a hard struggle for existence, attend to anything In his .line of work, certain core for Chronic Sore Eyes, -
the convention held at while laboring under tho tropical sun to with promptness. Tatter Salt Rheum, Scald head Old
recently and
Fischer whose
Bay terms have subdue and cultivate one of the most Toronto Sores Fever Sores, Eczema: 37*. A. : aupper,
Orlando, to consider the World'aFafr not expired, would control the ifficult countries in the world. Theyare NEADQuARTEES: Itch, Prairie Scratches Sore ,, ,
and whether Florida would bepresented. Council and the forced TTTUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Nipples MANAGER ORLANDO FLA.
; new members, to depend for their subsist- md fUeL 1&Is cooking and JOOthf"z. :
It is proposed to whoever they might be, would no nee upon raising and selling In New Inndredsof
raise York and other eastern cities bulky and BXFKKXSCES; : CAMS have been eared by
1100,000-each to doubt be Agent for TitutviU*: JfrveQTitut.
county pay willing, to some extent, to after all other
its terUhable crops of fruits and vegetables, Indian River Bank 4 Robbins Graham. treatment bad failed<
proportion, according to its as. rely,upon the experience of the old. It lJ .," L
which require quick delivery, and low UoctSnopd put. op la Wand CO cent boxes t. .;"if ,.,A"

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,., a1 .o -Worth., CROCKERY AND FINE CHINA, And as Large a Line to be found in the State. '


ALL THE YEAR. ROUND.
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'r.jm. O.MoDONEL Proprietor., For Sale-:Blerritt's, Island Land. r :FUR H.r+r R. OLMSTEAD, INDIAN RIVER LUMBER CO;;::*: .


iMMi MMMMM MMMM PMMM MM.I Forty-five acres, fronting Indian and 'The Pioneer Dealer in
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e want every mother 'to know that Banana rivers,in 5, 10 or 20 acre loti. Wines Spirits "

|'P"'appears can be prevented.without warning.. True croupr The are Improved as well or adapted uulmpro to*d.the These culture lands of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Incorporated. Feb. 28, 1891. "

,
symptom Is hoarsnens then the pineapples, bananas, oranges; lemons, -v
; appears to have taken; cold or a limes, graves and early vegetables as any :Beers Eau Gatlie.I R. RANSON, Manager. } \ :

land in BreVftrd county For particulars ,
t hAve the hoarse-
may accompanied self addressed In Stock Choice variety of TITUSVILLE. FLA. ":
\ from the start. After that ape apply or address, with en- keep a ,,

r rough cough is developed which velope, J. A. BOOTH, CIGARS, ETC GROCERIES: HARDWARE, ..'

followed .by the croup. The timect oe Brantley, Fla. CROCKERY,TOILET ARTICLES; ETC HOUSES FRAMED TO ORDER.: /' ; ,'. .
is when the child first becomes OF THE FINEST QUALITY, .
e; a few doses of CkamtJerlaln's ; S ,And will Sell as LoW as the Lowest HARRISON. BROTHERS' MIXED FAINTS, nnequaJlod for beauty and lasting ': ,.

bgh Remedy will prevent tbe attack. C) 7. :frnB 00 TO Call and examine my Stock. 18 qualities. Color Cards end prices on application ,:.' ,

In after a rough cough has appeared, I Losl6y & Rcnakcr. Agency for the "Aertnnter," the beat. Wind Engine mad'i: + ''
t ,
I disease\ may be prevented by using B ::

remedy as directed. For sale by i Families Supplied.Proclamation. HODGES & GODFREY '
i i (
ton & Gray. 84t vJ W GEORGE F. DUREN. ARTIIUR T. FEASTER. :

--;--- t? ogtyQI Manufacturers: of : WREN: :: dz 5 E.A.STRR .

Aurantia. Pc = : ., :
I Yellow Pine Lumber
\ &o 1\.TOTI C 19 HEREBY GIVEN, That the an- '
-- ) I a a .rnnal. election of the officer of the town of THE OLD, RELIABLE ,, :: ,
Ira. A. S. Dickinson, Mrs. A. J. TltuRville,will he held at the Court Houw. HOrOH A DRKR8KP }
)
.. t In Tltnvllle,on the Oath day of ()October A:II. kr.
Ute and Mr. W. Grover are visiting Orange Box heads MEAT MARK'ET 1
AOA
1 lain,the same bring the fourth Monday,to elect .. :, .
.. VrffCtKble .
Wives in Oak Hill. -<1'Qam one Mayor, one Clerk and Treasurer one Marshat Fruit Crato ,.
and(,Collector and one Assessor of Taxed,' lumber delivered at any part of Indian River \
stock of I '
also selected
.. have
We carefully a largo it-
Cr. Henry'Thompson of Springfield 'd''OIDH bill of ,
the foregoing officer to hold office for the term on thrcmgh tailing. Anyone oonteiuplst- ,
88., is expected to arrive In -Anranttai a8: sraq of one year t and three Aldermen to hold office lug building on the Ktfi Coast, would do well to a.a..OOElR.ZES":: : : \ ,
later of this month. Mr. T. has t for two yean next*ucc edlng their election,and write for prices. The Sawmill 1*situated on the .
i part until their successors in ofllco are elected andqualified. I..T,& K. W. Uy.a miles south of 1-alatka. ofarctlts :-'
velld all over the State of Florida, And carry In season variety J ,:
Cocoa Eau Gallle
wy ,E. 8tiling ,Eugene '
I declares Aurantta is. good. enoughhim. 'Or Hy direction of the Town Council, the question AtVntsl | erao.pd Fresh dos Vegc'tab1es ,. ::;
i if :a H of panning a stock ordinance will be submitted ;
I to the people, and notice I* hereby given SatAiiinalllRhtD, Putnam co.,Fla.SoctOmo XXXX CREAMERT DUTTER on Ice :a specialty.A .. : : ".
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that laid shall be decided at said election.
IBS Jnla Corer who has boon visit- .43 question .
All those In favor of prohibiting mule :,
:! brands of CANNED GOODS.
best
line of
; her sister, Mrs. F. Gibson left for :r1 lj and hones running; at large will vote "FOR full t
| home in Georgians! on the 12th Inst. STOCK ORDINANCE." All those In favor ofallov. ORLANDO NURSERY Orders delivered at private residences, and at time steamboat landings and railway'depot \ 4
depal'ture'wa4 much regretted by 'Ing hoses and mules to nm at large; will Moat 0 to 8 o'clock. >- i
r Town Ordinance, vote "AGAINST STOCK ORDINANCE' J.T. department opens on Bunaayslrom (
many friends here, who will greatly -' Sanders, Unwell Titus Henry Kgger are hereby !. JAS, MOTT prop'r, ". ,; {'p
her their social and appointed Jndge of said election, and C. A. -
from
II i croquet : >
lies. An. Ordinance defining "Vagrancy," and Gardner clerk thereof. poll to be open from OltLANDO W J. HILL. n.,,, \r. rArwonra. : '
FLA. '
even a. m. to fire m. #
providing{ a Penalty thtfor: p. )' "
lie residences of Mr. J. Taylor andC. IT ORDArSKD by the Town Council of Given under my hand and seal .thl., the 14th 1". \'J',:.. '
Co. .
day of September,A. I) (
ixfll.
Brown are models of neatness; BE the Town of TltustllleThatsemtuesnd BIIUI" R. Wiuox r fSeal.J) W. J. HILL & ;; :{, : 7

i lawns are well kept and every thing &J&bond'lldle who will dlnsolut person who and Ties Mayor. Orange Trees. _. : .
tramp go about begging,penoni use o Lemon Tree, "
put the place bespeaks thrift and In- Joggling or unlawful game or pia,., common ESTABLISHED 1873 ... .
try, We hope the residents of Anbtla -> piper or fiddlers Stubborn children runaway, MB8te 'a Sale. Grape Fruit Trees, \ :' ,: i.

will-one and all-show the same common drunkard, common night walker, Catley,Guavas, I 0 3
lewd wanton and lascivious ASP BY VIRTUE SANFORD Tt :Ia13L.' k
person OF A FINAL
rest in trying to add to the attract- tllteren. or behavior, common nller and ENDER of foreclosure pale Issuing out Tahiti Limes,, LeConte and KeIfer J, .,

i of their homes. brawler,penon who neglect their calling or of and under the seal of the Circuit Court of Pears, Peach and Persimmon Trees ,, ,' V '
,
employment, ml-pend what they can earn, the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida In and THE WHOLESALE HOUSE FOR ;:
he late rains have left the roads in a and: do not provide.for themselves or for the for Brevard county In Chancery sitting, In a certain Niagara Grape Tines. .
bad condition, adding greatly to the support of their famine, and all other Idle and case wherein Mary M. Wilbur by Walter 8. "
doors
disorderly person Including therein those per- Graham her next friend and Sidney Wilbur, Hardware stoves, ,
omforture of traveling.. The bridger eon.who neglect all lawful business, and habit- her husband are .complainants, and James T. We Lead In a General IJn*of Nursery I I

Six Mile creek, on the 10th Inst, nally ml8.pend their time by frequenting:houses Sander aa trustee and Jaine T Sanders and Stock. Tangdmo Sash blinds paints leads "
almost completely washed of inhall fame gaming bou e. or tippling .hop*, Telltha Backett!executors,and John W.RackJtt ,
4 away, be con.ld.red vagrant, and nay upon Telltha Backott, Glen Strohm and Robert A. Oils brick cement ,
unusual oocurance. Planter are conviction,be flneil In Hum not exceeding fifty Hardee are defendants,said decree being under Altree's General Supply 'StoreHARDWARE lime, 'i', .
mewhat discouraged, but they shouldar dollars,or I. Imprisoned not exceeding thirty date of Jnly :Oath 1801. II will on the tint Mon ,
well In mind the proverb] nil detindum days, at hard labor or by both fine and Imprisonment day In November the same being a legal sale Iron, lead, sewer & fire-clay pipes, / .'
,at the discretion of the Mayor. All ordinance day. and the second day of the month A. 1>. II the place to!Sell' What You Doa" Wane and
or pan of ordinance In conflict with IWI,between the legal hours of sale and In front Buy What You Uo And all Building'Materials. '' \.

[Mr Edward Jay Quimby does not in- thin ordinance be and the same ar- hereby re of the court house floor In Tltusrille, Florida Faints, Oils, Farming Imple- ; b
ell the described t
nd to allow the grass to grow under Ordinance passed-this 8th day of Oct.IBM. All of the following south-we.t quarter of section to-witl one, menu Rullden' Material,Musical Instmmcnta, Write for Prices.' -,: ,. :

bs feet. He Intends to plant, on eitherde B. H.RAY Approved township twenty-two, south of rang thirtysixeast : FUBNITUKE, and the New PROCESS VAPOR '- ':. .>
Cb'n.Council to. R. WILSOX Mayor. ,excepting the north quarter of the north STOVE which II death to all other.
| ef 22nd Ave., a row of assorted ole- Attest i J. W.ROOKM: Town Clerk. Vs half of laid south-west quarter, which contain Professional Cards. J. M. Sanders ( : "
Dder bushes. Keeping them trimmed i _._-.nOW_. ajtMM.. and I. fctw.>*- _t '<
good shape. Mr. Q.' also contcm- George w.-ii( rtbib brapallhs i tb- .
latex- before little Notice. went quarter_ the exception mentioned,contain GBOROM M.ROBBIHS. WALTEH Oa.uulI. Dealer In .. ,
building long a gemf *one hundred and forty acre, ranch ,
or *o ,
a Queen Anne cottage. When completed thereof a* shall be lufflolent to satisfy the :BOBBINS & GRAHAM, ,
Mr. Q. can beast of the prettiestome John T.Rnntington. amount of said decree and costs. All of said ; DRY GOODS NOTIONS;:! ; i
VB. land I* situated In the settlement known a* ; : \
In Aurantla hammock. "
Helen M. Fowler a.admln- Heath on Banana creek, In Brevard county, I ATTORNEYS-AT-LAAy, ..... J
latratrhi:.of the estate ofJam. Florida. A considerable portion of the above CROCKERY. .. r #
Your correspondent, to close theme .. H. Fowler, deceaned In the CIrcuitand8arabM..owler'wklow described land I* hammock. Term of sale TITCSVIU.B, Brovard Co., Florida. SADDLERY '.
will add that Mrs. Grundy (Dameumot's Court of t he Tin Judlelal ..."*. ,J.J'.TfrallKa, .
of aalil deceaaed, amp Lewis Circuit of P.o. Box!BO. .
aunt;) jays; There will be Wt Special Muter. STATIONERY, : lt
.
Frederick Fowler Florida.. .
George In and for Will practice In all thcennntleiof the Seventh ht'
other wedding soon. W.Fowler Joseph II. Fow.ler Braranl county,A. Circuit and in the Supreme Court. Special fa- FAMILY MEDICINES, \.d '

and Edmond P. Fowler, I>.1MU- ',In C\1&D- ? Master'a Sale. rllltle for Hxauilnlng and Perfecting Land GARDEN SEEDS/ t ,": >
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heir of Jame H.'
Fowler cerjr. Title forresponileno* solicited front Clalin.
An, Alphabetical Enigma.Aid demand and D. L. OauK) ants and heirs to Spanish Uranu. ., 'CHOICE GItOCKltlES 'l "
den Guardian ad IU.m ofsaid In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial d b :
Joseph and Kdmond Money W toan. t HAY, CORN, MAPE& FERTILIZERS, "'."
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Tltusville. Fowler. Circuit of the United State, Northern 4,
Blow your horn loud. AftiJarit having been made by the agent of District of Florida. InCh'tnctryf D. X. UcLDtjr FINE PATENT FLOUR. -
: J. T, I SANDaaa.
the Complainant Oeo.M. Robbln, that; In hi* '
Care for institutions. OOOOA.ar. t'lox'ida.
our
belief toe defendant. Joteph H. Fowler, and Frederick r.Taylor Notary. Attorney for board CountyCommlulonen. : : ".
Dream of prosperity. Edmond P.Fowler are non-renldenta of the Stateof ,
,Eagerly fight for supremacy. Florida but meld. within the United states Stephen Ryder, Thomas t
Forget all cities but our own. and that the Aid defendant are under the age Frank Bell, Edwin Dunn, AULDEN 4 SANDERS, "VV. ::a..OQera, :
of 21 yean> Thomas Keed John O.HoKei'll. .
Grab for every enterprise, and It 1* therefore ordered that the laid defendant Minor B. Jones, Vj DEALER IN CLOTHING, .V
Hollow for more. *, Edmond.p Fowler and Jame 1(.Fowler Robert H.Jones,and DanNOTICE ATTORNEYS AT'LAW
Iuvitestrangers here. I*and they..hereby required through their lei Bowen. Albert At OrMASTER'S ,. Gents. Goods :
Guardian ad lltein ammlnted herein, to answer Thrasher Julius A. Hayden SALE Hear what the people say about this stove i Furnishing Shoes Eats /:" ,
Jump to aid the city. or demur to ooraplalnanf bill of complaint before ,Jr., John P. MaGov. Mr.Altreet Dear Hlr-W cheerf Will practice In all the Courts of 'the State '
Keep our money at home. the 2nd day of November, A.I>, laul, oroomplalnant'i era,Oliver C.Starkweath th* admirable: qualities of the New ally testIfy I-rooe to. Of Florida,and the United States Court 1 Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks, 'Yallsw, .I.. f
bill
Love all our enterprises. will be taken a* eunfeamd.It er, William B. Fitch Aar- Gasoline ... '
lito. W* have had on over six FINE J .
I. further ordered that publication of this on Atlanta John J. Howe CIGARS, Etc -' "r-:
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Move lively and promptly.Now order be made in the East (0".., ADVOCATK Charles B. Durllng,Henry mouth,and cannot K-C.M.A.Icrluigour.point to a ingle fault. P.O. Box:,836. TmJBVTtLK, 7LA., The house ', '
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\t only in town '
is the time. published at TltnxrUle Bnraril county Florida, Lee, and Nathan Perry. making 1I'pe.- r '' : ,
May
Tltosvllle e '
Otter inducements to manufactories. once a week for four consecutive week. Under and by virtue of a 1 j nal deer$ of fore.closure 111II1. Honey to Loan. it clalty of Gents, Furnishing Goods. r*;.. '
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Pull hard for them. Done and ordered at the Clerk'. and sale made and rendered In open I find a gnat saving of gasoline the New i Drop In and examine stock and '.
ray > J.
Offlce, at TltuiTllle Hrerard court by the Hon.Charles Bwayne, Judge of the Prooess over the old. It keep ice In a perpetuallUte ,
Quickly take In the situation. (Clerk' I County Florida this 15th day of said court,on the 8rd day of June,1&>I,la a case of wonder and TITUS compare prices. Cash customers corn; f,
Rake in all we can. t ..1. | September,A.1>. IWI. In the said Coors depending In chancery, wherein delleht.M.. Sidney WUbnr HOWELL mand every consideration competitor' ',/
Swear by your own town. A.A. BTBWABT Clerk. Frederick V.Taylor I* complainant and Bt*> Tltniyllle,;May (th, 1801. claim confer. }\
BOBBII A ODANAIt.Solicitors v
phen Ryder and other am defendant, and to ATTORXEY-AT-LAW
Take an Interest in it., for Complainant. JMt DM directed a*special muter, I shall sell to the I am delighted with the New Process Vapor Call when convenient. First door \x'

Under-rate nothing here. highest and best bidder for cash on )Monday, Btov*. II it more than I expected... Will practice In all the courts of th* Ttb JudiOlal south of "
8.
II. E' AUVOCATB ofllco.
the and day of November 1861, (that being the Wiley.
circuit.
Vouch for your city. Notice.Guardian's. legal sale day of Aid mouth), between the hour Tttuavllle,F.,May 5th,111I/1. J3., ,. ,
'Work for it, of It a.m.and 1 p,m., In front of the court house I Notary k> Offlce.TITUBVUXE .

X claim your loyalty. I. door, In the city of,Jacksonville in the Aid dl*. DIXON '
FlA. & GRAY
Young men, stand oy the city. Sale. Alt the and following singular described those certain property parcel, to-witr and QUEEN PINEAPPLE PLANTS i ;,

.Zealously work hard for It. and by virtue of an order issued by tract of land situated, lying and being In the B. L. i Dealer*la ,;;',l
And when you do all this, yon are a UNDER Minor B.Jones,County Judge of county of Hrevard and Blateof Florida and destrilKid D,,11. WILLS, ,
! model citizen, and one whom Titusville Brevard county Florida, made on tlwTthday as follows,via i1 A portion of loll three A few more Queen Drags, Chemicals Perfumery Toilet ;;)
of October,A.P. iml. the ((3)of section three ( the ,
petition of northeast
upon PHYSICIAN 4 SURGEON '
may be proud of; and we will have a Alfred J. Elnlg and Robert B. ouarter of the southeast quarter of section Pineapple Plants for Articles Fine Soaps Stationery :4--t
flourishing town down here among theorange guardian, Alfred Smith, for the *Einrg.ibYbell' four(4)all in township twenty-flv(28) south of A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania :

tr eLI real estate belonging to Aid minor, I, the(aidguardian I'&Dge thlrty..tx (311) east, aooordinr to United sale at $2 dozen. and an experience of twenty .JEWELRY, :1"SPECTACLES
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will Mil. ,at public auction,in front of 8ta... survey and being commonly known a* per ,'
the Court-house door.In Ticuvule on Monday the Ryder Land In upon a portion of A time to years In practice, offers his services to A ,. 1-
I[ -Mr. F. W. Lyman of Kenosha; WIs., the Sod day of November A..I>. IWI, the tarna which Is situate the Tropical hotel and several good engage the citizens of Titusville and vicinity SEWING MACHINES,: ,"
being the ant Monday In the month and a legalale other building and Improvements, and 1* more for next Onus s't
j was a visitor to town yesterday. day. between the legal noun of sale to the particularly described a follows to-wltt season"; by the orricx: OTXB j. w. BOOZES CO. Pistols, Sewing Machine and ,
bighemt and beet bidder for caata.the futlowtug. northeast corner of the panel of land b.Tf: thousand. Write for Machinery Impaired. Patches Cloaks 1 "
: Circle for Marshal.I described property i tended to conveyed U Iocatedat spatial on and JoWU8pe lt1'I ; :
(1.) Beginning, at a point on the lOath line of the west bank of Indian River ate hundred and prices. LA RUE P ELY, School Books I ,
the .. ,. K of the a. w. K of*eetlon |, township thirty(WO: )feet south of'th* quarter section line and School SnppWea. /
W,lOath of rang K.... WO feet wet of produced dividing lot two(2)tram lot three (3) T. E. RICHARDS JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 17TH DIST Subscriptions taken at pubU her'a price d
hereby announce myself as a candidate the..*.comer of.. of the .. w. V, which of Aid Motion three(3)which U also the quarter for Newspapers Books Magazines eta
for reelection for the office of Marshal point I*45 feet loath and 28 feet wet o{the..w section line dividing' the southeast quarter of Eden Fla. Notary Public for the Stale st targ ,
comer of lot 49 of Robbins ell Graham's addition the northeast quarter from th northeast qoar. ,Contractor and Builder of over M year*' tip*. Prescriptions carefully compounded at
and Collector, at the coming town to the town of Tftiuvllle! the_ ma north set of the southeast quarter of Aid section four rl.no*. Natural Finish a specialty.MzLBOURNS any time, day or nightPatent a
election. along the cent,of Canaveral street, a* laid out (t), tbeoos from such point on Indian fciver go ': .
75 B. A. CIRCLE. through aald addition, a dlstaooe of KM feel wet across laid lot Ihra. (3) and across laid W H' GLEASON & CO FLA.Jno }. '"
more or lew, to a point 2S feet east of the..o.oorror Srtibilqf/tw the ibid eoutbeast quarter Drugs ..
of lot li of Bobbin* Or.lnun'.add4 dividing northeast quarter oat ( ,
Announcement tion; thence run wise M feet,more or tea,So -u.eu'tC"'r tam the northwest ATTORNEYS IK LAND CASES. '
the s. s.corner of lot X'of laid addition i thence rter of said aactlonVour McAllister Medicines .i .
run south ZM feet, nor or lea, to the south tl thane south shrug laid dividing line,,the ,
line of the a. w. I K of the a.w.1 U of Aid aectioa Burthweeteomorof too lands owned TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS Eli ". .'
TrrcBvn.LX, Sept. 24, 1891. (: thence run east tut feet, more or less, to the b y A., L. and K. F.Hate In Aid seetioafi thene AMINED AND PERFECTED. l Contractor for Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles
au the
pplac.of beginning containing about two acre, along DOr Un of the lastoraaaidlands
Indianaiir
HENRY B. ARCHIBALD beg to more or lea*. to (which a4 U- l
I Candidate for (I.) Beginning at the....corner of lot M of Ia tour hundred and.I.b ""(till)feet "rthrf Kept hand '. '
( announce myself a Bobbin A Grahaui'i addition and nut south the line dividing laid lot three(S)trot lot four ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND BE- ; Artesian Wells f constantly on at '.
the office of Town Clerk of TUusvilla, ZJ I feet, more or ana, along the parcel of land (4)In said section three(3)),sad the Ua divldlna SURVEYS OBTAINED. I
will devote best above described to the south line of the .. w. V the laid Btwtheait quarter of the soubullquarter e t,1)) J" B. .
elected energies j
and if
my the ..w. K of said section. I; its reel along Aid from the southeast quarter of the soath- Defective Homestead and Pre-EmpUon y Screven'sDKUQ ..;
to the discharge of the duties of the. line a dlstaar of Ut feet; thence ran north get I east qnarc.r of laid section foes (t);) thence Entries Eau Gallic, Fla.
position. 1 feet more or...... to the.. corner of lot Ml ofBobbin northerly along laid river to the point of nom.menosu.nt Corrected and Perfected. STOKE.
HIYBY B. ABCHIBALD. .A Graham'.addition; theaoe run_aaloeI' contalalng twenty-two (B) acre. Claims adjusted before the Department
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':the sooth line of kit M aad t.of addition oore or less t reserving and oepUng from the .U1:1a.rt1
at :
a of at feet,to the place of beginning above that strip or parcel of land conveyed by Washington. : : It tCh, Also the latest Newspaper Period* .
disucee.g... two pareela of.land be aid BtepbMi Ryder and hi.. tha wife to __ Correspondence solicited. Bala .t .. k'
liLr 0. ....... Dravman. J. ."
C. HECTOR of : $ May.ltJ' deed data eI A priledlos fj, ', ".
bigBeroperty tbriw.a. Nth A..D lsrl I and recorded In tile .
at of the south t proper EAU GALLIE FLA. Hauling done at reasonable rates.
Attends
? K u/the ..... of sertkm 3.township of Unvaxdeuunty aforesaid ia UouaT:JCof deeds *
Dealer In General tt,south oalrannge.wd) UWBOB run aouta oapaicew. Also all of the morth-quarter of all departing, and meets all arrir.log W. N. -' f
t: along the aectloB line Stf soore or lea*, to the umihiiaat quarter of section fuss (4), ...... trains. HENDRY :
::rWJ: :ero" .n xi dice: the.....corner of the land of Bobmt B. Unig: ; ship sad nag our Bald. oataialaa idled j err Orders left with O. D. Romph or at ,. .
acniaaM> tola wrC <
the south line of Kobert B. raurorlesaeouniijig : '
thence east along .. Dealer In .
..... .. t ADVOOAT offloe will f
Melbourne Flo. Linlg.a distance of IM feet,w the a...__01 8 receive prompt ; t
+ lot IS of Bobbin & Graham' additioai thmceB4. There Ua|>... the above described preen..** a attention .z
OB a carved U... parallel to the railroad BMrtgag. prior to the BMirtgag spa watch the) .byer4.ni., General ;
track BOW being located and eonstneud by the diem. was rendered ia Uts eause which Bmrv JDwsft t t Mercbandis.8l/#:/
J..T. K. W. Hallway t L. which track shall gag bean the date Febraary liih. U7. wa N8:CBlI: : .N"S
.
Eats Shoes Clothing Dry Goods bi a curve with a radius of 41*feet to she Booh irgby bas}'d.r a 4 aUUisThydw, him 4 sk.MAY+ I1fH1rIILCrr2 .
line of aald Robert B.tides land} ...... west wilt,Ftednlek F.Taylor,t* Kscon th spoor yllt"311u NEWSPAPER DRY GOODS, "f
to the> vUce of beginning tho last oeeerfUsd mwarn.of Tea ThoBsaad Doilart aa4 laterwt r .s.m ......err wes
Just Arrived. Splendid Goods of land briBC the property of Kooart JLfafedthUTtB leeonhxl IMS the Mtb of March laet IJa ta* SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY NOTIONS,
panel omo*of the Ckwk: e< th*Circuit CotwC La bonk .7 Weae"e '
LEAD A. )..... n&II _pate .4... Itrivard ,
HARDWARE of J -J.
OILS PAINTS, day October J1orWa. TIle....... ....wW be. aerie subject 10 ..l w, ass:m iu Tho Pioneer Agency. '?AT10fZRY'..
ALFBEO 8r7Tg.O..rdlaa tat Kotart B. Ilnig said .. .q rw..rr bah ,
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DRUGS, GROCERIES, GRAIN sad Alfred J, sets,mlwn.wownr for term and sample copies addies* .
J. x.er.l.utw,Sedal W..... H. W. AU4LOCA,
Of all kinds; and in fact a I1 line of a GIUIIA,' lead.... rWiare"tneand Romaine.- -a-. Via***. Kf. C JJ. KAUJIAN Choice Groceries,
-" Call And ,nmlne"c1 Sudcwn br GaardJaD. H rha
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rp&tttto defeat tne will" or, 't1iipepe.iuch ) ha"* laid- on*.- There la 'no man 'la' the WIDE WORLD.GENERAL ' vnry caiftt t to two:

TALKS condition of things cannot last. order1) who doe not know that'hatbot ;; r glasses will rnlnns
It is impossible fbr"', republican form 'Of The t, cheap ftUn t.the
do it. The officers of iLeutlllanc argil- J .- fact no economy d
governinenttoeifat under rule of moneyed accredited agents t6 do its will ami push TELEGRAPHIC' AND bnd's iea" you with an nrou.

NEWS OF THE ORDER FROM aristocracy. ,It II but a tingle step removed its purposes; While doing thnt they will !I A Dublin to..bent.raf They Hawkea'Crn.are
made
ALL SECTIONS. from a monarchy an i that sepia I.heln'g be encouraged; but when they 'vary from CABLE CULLINGS mains of and told all over the

shortened with each. and every succeeding the Use some candid and eeau.tii. brother at \, : '. Accept no eobMiut!.
had in
-- admloi traUGn.tt will tap them on the shoulder and kindly After your"town hare
1111 yourself.
The Toiler (Nashville, Tenn.,) says: admonish him.: The. ,Allladce': I Is Of Brief Items of Interest From no( precious toe rifled
Items of Interest to Alliance Thomas Jcffcr n was an advocate of s founded on principles; and: these until -
Sources. route tbea
Various to
(& *crystallised
large circulating advocated
medium He
unpretentious and tank and file members de in the
men Everywhere. large country. will
.
a volume nf 1200,000,000 when tho pop.1I1atloo' .
who be
to
not
seem
particularly bright) A heavy storm prevailed Tuesday ovei cbcsterv .. will find H to their
les than At the
EXTRACT! FROM THE:REFORM PRESS.The was 8,030,000. know about as much about it .
as 01bOd other In stock.
places goods
of Ireland and Wales. They
louth England .
AHiaoca Sentinel (Rogers, Ark.} same ratio to.day we aiiould have & volume No One tIn lead them off fr"tn the principles colleagues .... Mr.A. K.Hawk"I
of over (1,600,000,000 instead of The Russian U I of them Crystallised
and and whenever so-called government purchasing
Alliance leader
ssyst "Let the Farmers a E. ;
Industrial Union wake up and put on the less than (100,000,000. Now the alliance gets off the line there 1 is very little doubt corn for the relief of the famishing pea- nor, of specialty Address of all ruling orders occn-12
and man; others demaid 'an Increased thst he will bo admonished MnU : .Oa. '
whole armour Jn behalf of the whole peo and looked Louth; ; .
pie. The doctrine of the Alliance Is a volume of tho currency, and we afttr without delay. But these brethren The Keystone .iron work, of Hirer- Dr. James which Is bnlldlngtinder

declaration in behalf of all the people. II are constantly met ,with the who have been put In the Offices,..have view Kan., were dosed under attach' and James $ is to cost a. much as
is a doctrine that must be pressed to the argument that it Is .undemocrntlc. been chosen on account of their fidelity\ mont Tuesdays extended ,

b 'front. to the end that the oid ideas purposes Jefferson was always a to the cause and the capacity they have Queen Victoria -will raise to the peep tions. The -

and policy of partyism may be overthrown der Democrat, and he Wanted full legal ten shown for the -vork: and they do not require i ace the,Widow of the Bight Honorable head about

peaceably at the ballot box. without notes issued by the government much looking: after; but if,any ,of William Henry Smith. people had RECORD I
Boislsm hat done Its work, and it Is now the intervention ot banks, and It them should begin to bobble or to run off I watch the
the The president on Wednesday appointed
for the people' to come to the rescue, and Democratic party of the United on a tangent they would very soon find I at train to the by Hood's Barnpsrllla hat
Sculock
FayettftJ ,
atntr-a George 0. postmaster
secure good for all." would go back to the old party of that they are servants and not bosses. .
government rifle rice named the la lb. htitory ef med kIn.
N. David F.
: .0. Wemyso re-
Jefferson. Jackson and Calhoun j
"' they The of Alabama Is oC letters from
giving people
", ; press helhery moved.. St. George's
The Alliance In Virginia is progressing Could sweep tbe country, But:they must ; unnecessary concern in Its admonition the train : but were eared by
divest themselves of the Wall street in. i By an accident On the Hudson River
very, satisfactorily indeed. During the to tho Alliance about its demagogic 7
put year a vigorous campaign of education ubm thut holds them down The country I leaders find '1 fRee peeking member. .It railroad near: Hyde Park, N. Y.. Satur- : crowd half-past, with/ ?
has been with the, usual must have more money and lesemisery. take .vie, day, Arthur Small, fireman, and two ,
conducted might n very cursory v of the the train as '. of these ,w* urge all
beneficial results. Harmony and 'unity The question is one of more gentlemen it is commending as statesmen brakemen were kil;ed. i Upon being ,Sate Rheum. or any other

have heen the distinguishing features of importance than all else, and tbeDemocratic' and pinks of perfection and find every A cablegram of Saturday' 'says: It is, 'case was '.Mood or tow stats ot the

this effort, and the brethren throughout porty can not allow it to beaide on!!'of them either an office-holder or an estimated that no fewer than 22,000,000 I then !lifted .

the State are rcaninir the reward which tracked by any .little side 'issue. SfDlrant_ It is awful bad for thean A III. peasants in Russia are now destitute and i glass take Hood's Caruparllla da
I follows such actl -The- State officials anco fellows to seek-office, but-these other must be taken care of for the next 'ten 'I' !Wreaths and ,other.

I have been earnest, hard-working and The Bcvier ( 'i0:) Appeal sayst gentlemen were born with a title in months. covered tbe '*the Hrer,regulate the
I persistent'and have conducted the affairs "Farmers, now Is the time for you, to one for half of their lives.-.-Alliance The North German Gautlt denies that around the gentle. :Fries Ml
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I of the Alliance in build up your Unions. Turn out and attend Herald (Montll Ala --- 5-
an intelligent conservative mery. \ an understanding has been arrived at moved from
| munner.: Bright prospects and your meetings regularly and help to between Germany and the United States formed in i 'i
I rapid advancement await the Alliance make them pleasant and Inslructlye.Don't by which cereals are to be admitted to. the march ERS'
at home when know that REVIEW OF TRADE
Virginia.: ; stay you ,
Germany free of duty. denser yet
duty and demands
patriotism your -
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presence
I[ The Farmers Alliance* Journal (BaltiI Ht the Union to aid those who are As Reported by Dunn &; Co. The extensive planing mills, factories procession tIe Hill "
warehouses theds the
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etc.
I lId. I working zealously for the cause. There composing .
'The Fprmer. for Past Week.
more, ).ays: Alliance
occupiea .
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plant of Messrs. Meet & Wampler at plo
are questions and matters that I
I many require -
baa a grand cud noble mission. Let it attention and the Dunn & Co's. review of trade for week :JIcKeesport.; PII.. were completely destroyed To :
| not be perverted nor driven back from your proper placeto Young,
I ended October 10th says: Fniiurt are by fire Sunday.
discuss them is in the Union. Don't The city
I the line of its i
duty. That mission is not Mothers
rather numerous but are in nearly All :
I necessarily the establishment of sub- forgot the causes that led you to cases The Indianapolis city election Wednesday o'clock. A .
organize still and it the results of the long.continued commercial resulted in democratic the
I treasuries nor any other pet schemes, but 'em.aln.. will require an unprecedented down as :
strain since the disasters
of constant and warfare foreign of victory for the ticket. The the hall .
I thd education of members in economlo years tteudy upon general .
| ,questions aud relief Irora the burdent the oppressors,of labor,' before they can of last nearly November.all manufactured It Is true that tbe prices prohibitionists polled about two hundred raining in ( .
products are
be removed from vote
I borne by ft. member Financial refprra power. Tbe enemies low. and. the martin for nroflt ia 'VI'rY hour yet
I should be its watchword, and it should cf progress and reform are watching you whteompe! tio --is evr; At the annnal reunion of the New England struggling t "
I be rlossly and hail with delight and pleasure narrow, survivors of rebel held at hall was not
ever ready to profit by the wisdom of prisons I
the volume of trade than
But js larger Id'aal ;
I ethers as developed in the discussion of every:"move that has a tendency to previous year, in spite of the fact Worcester; Mass., Saturday, a committee was their '. l d I Birth Easy.
influence
to. Front 10
I you tojjccomeindifferent frame resolutions
.questions! pertaining thereto. was appointed deny.
that some branchts of business are Ii Labor
... ward tho Order and its principles. It la' re- lag the published statement of the late afternoon a :
tarded. It I* also true that collections '
I your duty to watch'them as diligently as Jefferson Davis that northern poured Into Pain
The
Milton (W. Va.,) Star says: "The in some ullrtera are slow, but the latest prisoners :
1 'idea of a partisan press withholding they watch you. They are constantly in southern prisons were treated no worse ed that Leading' Phys dans. :
any from various sections
I fevonble Alliance news from the masses forming plans and: schemes to .brtod dissensions reports whole,'more favorable. Quid are is, coming on the than the exigencies of way demanded. of the last ; .."mQno"FRZE. !
I ,in the hope that it will inure to the ranks in order to disrupt made holdup respects to REGULATOR
injury forward rapidly tram Europe and it eat A desperate attempt was to i
and dcatro.1ho of
I of the organization, is just as mean as it organization,' and muted that $12,000,000 has already, arrived a touth bound passenger train'on the Ceremony O.A.
I will nothing would please them more than to been closed DRUGGISTS. :
prove futile. The various State an. see forsuku the Union nod and over four million .five hundred 'Frisco road HO miles north of ,Paris, numeious i ...........*.......
I. anal meetings aa they are being held die.cloo ,you abandon thousand and eigth dollars more is 'oo Texas, at 3 o'clock Sunday morning. so
the
work
t tho fact ht the growth of tho Alliance so well begun. If you relax tbCway. It is not a disheartening, fact,' Several shots were fired. Conductor Carr was
efforts and fall Into the
I still contlnuti your trap that' then
phenomenal1. Thou- that knocked one of the robbers down with
morover, speculation is stocks has
I sands of sub-Alliances aud several States your vigilant for merciless foes have prepared sustained a check so that it is not likely his lamp just as the man was preparingto
I Lave been organized during the you the privileged classes, fire his in the
past year. available with pistol the conductor's
at to absorb
present capital
I The older organizations) are increasing in ever ready to take advantage o! your as breast. :utive of.the .
I, Cumbers where the material has dot all apathy and indiffen'nee,' will pursue tbelr much as was recently apprehended. lowing "
I been exhausted.: Butter still the devilish scheme 6f rubbery and extortionmore WITH THE IKDUSTIUES. Exports of specie INmth port of New black horses

I bership Is daily growing more determined menu aggressively! and arrogantly' than News regarding the chief industries is York for the week ended Oct. 10th, ary
amounted to (838,217 of which ,$5,730was /
I to have at all hazards relief from moneyed ever. Stand bythe Union then, it"Is decidedly favorable. Cotton has maJ palled,
your only hope of salvation. gold! ana $832,817 silver. Six hun head in the
I satisfactory and receipts hive
.oppression progress
five months
", dred dollars in gold and all the silver ;
t' "' greatly incre i>ed, and tho prospects as to
The National. Alltce (Houston; Tex.) The Alliance (Tallahassee1, Fla.) says: yield is hotter than a week ago. The went to Europe and $3,130 in' gold wentto :ered.Behind The doctors told
,"The malignant attack. recently made iron firm in and South America. Imports of specie municipality I had a fullness
I industry more tone
;
says! "A feature of the last two or three
.
L. L. the national head of during the week amounted to $3,754,494/ cial a heavy load in the,
weeks has been the number dormant upon Folk in sMte: of tho comparatively small .consumption
alliances revived. The principle of life our order hai aroused tho righteous In- in rail-making, an' butput of 892 which $3,733,602. was 'gold and $18,.* other : I suffered fre

I once Instilled never die's. There is that dignation of all true and loyal Alliance- scarcely sxceeded seems to be met by silver. and people Brash of clear
I ,in true alliance principles which 'once men Does the refutation 'of these vile consumption. The market for wool' ia 'The October report of the statisticianof hall during td.'f a: deathly Sick-

I seen U never, forgotten. >The, final porse- and iinfoUoded assaults give full reparation quiet, but sales are not small and receipts the depnrtmect of agriculture at lain in state, would overtake
I vereoce idea is a fixture in the alliance. It for the Injustice done and the at the west greatly exceeded last year's. Washington relates tc yields per .acre of procession, I would have' the
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[ 'will be Very difficult oven to get enllght- damage intended Must the whole time Worsted mills( are running at full ,capacity grain and the condition of ,corn, potatoes wherever a Colic. At
I 'ened slUancemen to vote all the and attention of Alliance be engrossed in and while men' wear goods are not ,' buckwheat and tobacop., Estimated ted them to Wjnd :
moneT and
I to the speculators and national: bankers, defending the character of its member- selling largely manufacturers are taking !'average yields are: Wheat- 15 bushels; became ( try to belch ,

f. and poverty and degradation to their own chip from 'calumny and abuse Is this considerable l quantities of wool in' confidence oats 29.8f; barley 23.8; rye, 14.4. The' working then for

families... ,No, they used to do that but great brotherhood to become content that the demand will presently increase. condition of the corn crop is 02.0; drawal of a Druggist, Cor

.they know better pow They may be be- with simply a' dl8prqYDl of the .charges .. At the south the Improvement is 'buckwheat 92.7; potatoes, ,91.S; to- went to try Aye., Allegheny

hind with their dues, and not in good that are, now constantly filling up the general and jieavy receipts of cotton are bacco, 93.8, at the 'employ I had

landing in'the alliance, but they have" i columns of the partisan press! Are the noted at Savannah, Charleston and New The United States steamer Atlanta When the Finally I used
teen tho light and will never forget it." ; instigators- of this unholy crusade to forever Orleans. which left New York to go the assistance reached the and after using just
I *.* '. go uowhipped oi j justice Hve" the J-LCCTCATIOBS.' of tbe stranded government steamer was found weeks was en-

I The Alliance, in Colifornia has become doors of the tribunals of justice been The pause In stock speculatiocs hinders Despatch arrived at Delaware BreakwII I dense. all the trouble, I

I the wonder of the organization. ItsThplZ closed against the admission of this submissive the placing of securities fur railroad extensions tee Wednesday short of coaL The Atlanta onlookers
I dared not touch
through substantial growth, its aud long-suffering people Are and improvements, but is nevertheless had fifty hours of heavy gale during abandon
quick perception of the aims and they to be falsely and foully assailed 'with! healthy. Speculation in breadstuffs which time a hawse pipe split and a back., The like to refer you to:

I poses of the order and the redIueas with pur. impunity Has civil and criminal redress has been less active but wheat has violent explosion of gas occurred by gate seeking whom I,worked,

I which it has fallen into line and entered for slander and libel been wiped advanced nearly 73 cents with sales of which six men were injured. Two of great about my condition

I 'the contest with all the vigor, intelligence from tbe statute books of this countrylThis ouly 29,000,000 bushels, while ,corn has the injured men are in critical. condi enter., I bought the medi

1 mod determination of the older orgnnlza, floodtide of vituperation this vile declined.1J cents and oils an eighth. tion. A my wife and family

J ,tlons, is marvel, to all who give it a practice, hu been carried too far. It is Cotton is slightly stronger and oil 3 Dispatches dated September 27tb A scene Allegheny City.Pa.

.nODUlot'. consideration.: The brethren high time that a stop was put to it. An cents higher, but coffee has fallen 1J which reached London from Amoy, a The Cox. a.
I Of that great state have set an exami.lo appeal to the courts which'atand opento cents. The treasury bill made but slight seaport town of.China on.the island of and thrown '
i worthy of emulation throughout the en. the humblest citizen most be resorted change ia the supply of currency. Labor ,the same name, announce that there bar ed to close Sole Manufacturer,

I tire order., California is to day one of to. It will have a salutary cfl.ct ,in de- is, on the whole well employed and iho been serious rioting forty miles from the effected ; New. Jersey. U.,S..A.

I the banner Alliance States. Its officer tcrlng evil doers from their vile practiceof far off trouble at Fall River has parsed town of Amoy. The population of Amoy hearse -%1.M-

I, areof, ,the highest rank. vigorous, faith defamation. but the coat strike at Pittsburg stops amounting to about three hundred thousand thru taken Quickly
I ful and Intelligent They have done Public opinion should frown down and work for about ten thousand miners. On people is in a great .state of excite coffin was Cures Head, TARILDS.tu

I 'thei(work grandly and well, and are entitled place' under the ban every newspaper that .the whole the outlook for industrial ment. The riot was caused by fiscal platform in
I to the reward which should follow becomes a parly in such an unholy war progress is decidedly latisfactor". abuses. Several mandarin and other procession
I such action. The, Alliance press of the fare. It must be very evident to every Aliianceman officials were killed by the rioters. Tbe full view of ; ;

I State has done a' great work and is that whoa th ta damaging reports riots have have been queled.: falling dusk .quInk-

I 'worthy of all prolso. Taken is a whole are put afloat ngaintt their officials, DID NOT MATERIALIZE. News received by the steamer Empress filing past. : .aa4 .
I the Alliance of California which have no foundation" in truth it is I that the .
should have a of China, which arrived at Vancouver, Ci N.T) o
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I position the front rank, among the meant as an attack upon the unity and ,The Proposed Cotton Seed ,Trust I B. 0., Wednesday says: At Vladiv- lu Into the
I integrity the entIre order and'should given to .ISL:3D
ttOBtloportaut states.-Economist. Falls Through. stock, on September 14th, sixteen Russian -
."'. be resented by them as such. So far as A meeting of the planters of sea island convicts m ho were working on the tbe grave.
| Tho Alliance\ the of this is ceeded! in
Vindicator (Sulphur policy paper concerned we cotton was held at Charleston 8. 0., now Iulway..ttemptel to escape. Two Pills
I ,Springs, Tex.,) says: "As there I is ao now give notice that it will always be Thursday. It was attended by most of were shot down, but fourteen gos away. and formed

I much said about the cpet to the governI ., found sustaining the entire order aud its the planters pn John's, James, ,Ediston These killed tbreolnmates of a farmhouseto grouped thq .
snout to OWIr the railroais, we give some offici '1 from attacks from,'any quarter and Wadmalow island the area were the obtain clothing. A French officer civic MtonUhe'",boayajujoTbodjr.the Invalid

I figures below so every! man can underI and it shall neyer condemn the acts of Carolina long staple cultivaied. Aftera was killed for the same reason, and the parliament
I stand for himself. JIany[ of the Alliance or its i.fflclals until there has around .
our opposcrs full discussion, it was decided that the Russian bandmaster, returning from tbe soUd dash. Prloe3o..
I Lay it would cost at least ten billion dol. been a regular investigation by the proper plan to combine in order to prevent the funeral of an officer was also killed and _. ,
I lars to buy the roads. Now leVi procedure as provided for ia the constitution .
see. sale of sea island cotton seed was Impracticable hit body stripped. Darkness
I There are about 160,000 miles of rail. and laws of the order. We intend and tho project was therefore, shrieking Treated

[ road in America. No well-informed man to bold up the haud of our officials abandoned. In the discussion an fthe cries /: : Y FREE.

i 'will contend that they cost over an averI through good aud evil report, and we it was stated that during the past THE EARTH QUAKED. crush! made :
I age of $29,000( a mile which would make intend to stand by the order in its en "session a new variety cotton had appeared cler>l1, Vr.etabl. Rroirs'iee,

I theIr cost only 13,800,000,000. The tirety through weal! and through woe." which was grown from green Many Buildings Damaged and : of England. : i>f.SSMML.. ._Cur mum. = OOM Bn *
I savings that, "C : *.mil djs Mo&hads of all
government ownership seed, and was entirely distinct from Sea cent, of the .
People Terribly Frightened.The fur Iras book ot* i's
I more on the cotton crop and yet cotton ALLIANCE DEXAOOOCCS.One Island, but..which nevertheless had a George : .days' treatment=bi
I cost the mills not a coot more per bale- of the pet phrases of the Slat staple of from one to one and 18 half heaviest earthquake shock ever They were >!..lie&, in I4Th.At.AI.lrap M p y.p.1.0..

I lifting untol4 mortgages from those press is "the demagogues. who lead the inches. The opinion was expressed that felt in California waaexperienced at 10:80 short as

I southern plantations. Alliance" and the '"office-seekers in in a few years the variety would formidably o'clockSuodiy night at Nap*. People rushed tecting .
I It would never do to let the toiling charge of the Alliance." This is stated competewith Sea Island. This ends into the streets in their night clothes group. :

I people open such a doorway to prosperity in earnestness and faith by some who believe the attempt to form a combination la great excitemeur. Chimneys toppled darkness, SOLICITORS
I and Independence.. Because it would it; by others it ia simply a part of against tho sale of Sea Island cotton seeds over; several buildings were shattered I away the
distribute .10, Do.OOO,000 of the ace II- their tactics in politics which they have which is purchased in South Carolina bv and badly shaken up. Drug sore fixtures proupoi: BANK STOCK

I mutated bank wealth and stock, wraith been using for twenty years. Whoever long'staple cotton growers of Georgia suffered greatly bottle being deposited : a\aotli fu 64>wJnt*.. \
.
I vrthe great level of anxious human opposes them ia a demagogue, and every and Florida for planting purpose thro'Wolrom. the shelve* to the flx>r and last view of ..hma It to S r-e B cent..

I hearts-to lift them into an atmosphere office-seeker who has not their indorsement other damage doae. The Masonic temple : & CO.Allaita.Ga. I
I aow wholly uokmwn.; U a bad man from Bitter creek, building was shattered. At the stat THE I

I would never do to encourage Bach The people: ought to know that the Alliance STANLEY IN A WRECK. insane asylum great excitement prevailed BEADING'cin. !
I wild and crazy dreams aj tbat.-Indus. of Alabama it its own.. boss and its the patients being almost uncontrollable.It By Board ...8Dn.r.:,-BuJCalo Tear.'Wraa,M.Y. !.
I tiLt Union CreaUo. la is reported the building was cracked
own leader. There is who
DO man can Adams
.'.- le.d the Alliance except ia the path it Narrow Escape of the Explorerand and other damage don*. RD : : :!

Tb. Alliance Advocate (Louisville would give 1n carrying the mall and reduction His Party.A The New t

Teen) sayst "Time was when the peoI ia officer. salaries and cutting cablegram of Monday from Rome. log papers HAVAJU bread ot eiws.Cottfags ta' U..

I pie were sovereign in this country but down thousands of useless officers, lawyers Italy, says: A Brindul express, OB boardof THE CZAR IN PERIL. lowing bit ,a Meant Ctear whra ,i J
I now let a man but express a difference of consolidated depots U towns and which train were )Jr. and Mrs. Henry I lloey.who *.*e$ as X(tx>J_.eae (or mow a

I opinion from those woo have set then- I other matters, to say nothing of reduction M. Stanley and Mrs. Teunant mothered A Conspiracy Against His Life been BOMTtaI. {

selves up u dlctaton ot our governmeoADd ia .tates would pay that amount in Mrs Stanley, has been completely wrecked Unearthed.A has Company been its & CX>., .
the old }party press unite in branding( twenty yean. Tho government could at Carovingo nineteen miles from "OHTU CABULIJTA. '
him II I traitor, A crallkor: aD VMIBM*rWM*>\> reduce traffic one.half, which added Brlndisl. The Stanley party was on its London cablegram of Monday says: discharged
Time was when the advice of the farmer would pay for them.{a about five years." way to Australia where the explorer was "A conspiracy agsjnat the life of the czar unanimous I _. -

was sought in the council chambers of the a.. to lecture. They, with all the other passengers has been discovered la Klefl, Russia. A'I on a WCULS.I feesapie- S.
nation and printing press used in the publication of Spooner the EdUor,liaflfek J.V.
and
without io
peace plenty prevailed to WIT SOT TEC aCB-TUUSQKT FIA3J oa the train escaped ,Il
the land; but now the farmer b used this jury though they had a narrow escape seditious literature baa been seized and I pany, and a ft 10 ru. _'
Because with
of 650.000,000 the PnslD
serious outbreak the
crop there U a among occupied :
merely as a tool to serve the interests of from death. The express clashed into a. T J .
Wall street's hirelings, and his attemptsto bushels of wheat, it would put 'I OOOO. baggage train that wu on tho track near students of the univeriitj! there who have vote was \ -
his 000 more into the pockets of the farmers been given M violent revolutionary voted for
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regain rightful position regarddai Carovingo Railroad officials have ordered r
are
"dangerous by the powers that and yet wheat not coat the consumer one the usual investigation to be mad speeches. Many of them have been put resignation, [c .es j8Tcmic*..>JU. .' ,
cent more on tho bushel. arrest but the of revolt is cisely the
be and under spirit '
,. BO expense, no intrigue will be into the affair with tho view of fixing : ywhiiisi..i.
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It would cover do to have such a plan sprea4Iiig." was 1 h.Ce.aMr d* ao/ek **
ia operation. Because it would give the tho blame where it properly belong pw'is toe. tews Hua 4 -. **s* --Ya.ALLIANCE -

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I played some tweet tune. Oh I*' ft 'nol Joshua. Soldier eome' back from battl* Extract from "rionkettV letter

strange that while the music of the Gospel have the names of the battles on their flags BILE RP.
of Jesus'Christ and with this grand marchof showing where they distinguished themselves -" Oouutltntion.
the church militant on the way to be- and it !*a very appropriate inscrip la e.d&y's _
com the church triumphant we cannot tion. Look at the fag of oM General WThat Me and Brown went up to tee the Ojcto-\ ,
THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SU1 forget ourselves and forget all pang and Joshua On It Jericho, Uibeon Uses, City yams at last week-tbs battle of

SAY SERMON.. all sorrow and all persecution and all per&arbatlOllt of At, and Instead of the star sprinkled on "fhe baby J* Ataota J. "
d.d'
7 'I rd
the the which stood
flag sue and the moon
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Softffecft "The Sword of Eleazar. We know what wen accomplish mum stilt There he is, one hundred and ten year was the sad telegram that came I to u* I u wordly opposition. Men do not shrink back old. H* i* lying flat on hi*back but bets from la away where one 0 o boys could not teach the young generationwhat

from antagonism or for hardship* You have preaching. His dying words are a battle tf' household for had war' was, but I take It
Tan "And mt taiut etet ante. tword. admired Freacott'a 'Conquest of Mexico."as charge against Idolatry and a rsll j ring cry ** sdenl the nor the mother, we, and lt, every young person should see back
brilliant and beautiful a history a. was eve for the Lord of Hosts he >Behold\ Ilil
as ,
-*-!! Samuel :xzliL, 10. rays f ;
and
were to and nt next Ton the gathered
written; but some ot you may not know under this daylao th of all the earth and come T' mOth picture, can see (
El.aar *' general ot King The wat what disadvantage it wai written-thai God bath not failed to 'fulfill his promise expected to b* so There drops of sweat upon the sufferingwounded' ,.
a tile hUG of. the text. Phill. of Mexico7'-for Fresoott was totally Ill chive that Ii I trouble-ffrlef that I grief. The first the -
"Conquest I concerning Israel. dying band I face, the blisters ,
tine opened battle *c*iost him, and ble child and old enough to twined aroundtb npn -
and be had two of wood b.
blind piece unto the iword. ,
t truot retreated Thsco wards ftal. Bleazi *young absorb.d barefooted rebl'* ,feet, and mud \ : t
parallel to each other tautened and totally : There lath* headiest body ot Fan on the lo' k
and three of hill comrades went into the blind; with bis pen between those pieces of road to. Hi great brain and hi*great very life. ., c. love, t and crush up their toes A they cross 1 ".
//batti and sweptth field for four men wood he wrote, the stroke against one piece heart have been severed. The elm wood rod re and feel a father1 pride an h* can I the wet places' This is to show you how C. .
with Ood on their aide are stronger than a of wood telling how far the must In weep and feel desolate Til'11'8 temper is of t.f
pen go had stung him fearfully. When the corn real the picture course you can see 'f t '
whole battalion with God egaGut then'Fall bl but mother lament goes
grief
a
the stroke the other pieceof .t
one against broke he .
way ship IInasbore coming
up tip blood a* It trickle and Watch the writhe
back hooted the commander of .
; i death her Brat-bora child
of for
wood telling how far the pen must go the, drenched with the brine. Every day since t -all the money yon'te spent
tie Phlliatln armr. The cry ran along the other how much will endure I him ha* been more,than thirty years "nO Of pain.
Oh under
way men that day when the hone reared Ing there's neither benefit nor '
host. "Fall back Kleaaar baring ."ept, for worldly knowledge and for worldly auocem. in the suburbs Damascus as the supernatural we lost oe bat the little garment ha been a long time since the scene It-i ,
the field tkrowt himself oa the ground i to and vet how little we endure for JeansChrist light fell down to tM day when h*fa1Iixty..litlt wore ar away somewhere, and torn*. st Missionary Ridge, but when me and ''eur Tat'. what ought to be t. t
.red bat the tnnxle and sinew of his How many Christian there are Yll&l'lof age and old and decrepit i times le th mother fondle g the u they Brown the platform and of .b
hand been bent around the bUt) stepped upon dioie 1 tul.
had
II into th trunk that '
to long trunk- '
that around saying. Oh haad
ha hld
go my my from the cell of the Mamertinh
prison
I it took if .
wed the I the s
,of the sword that the hilt was embeditled In hand hurt hand don't there ia her heart's treasures. was suddenly picture my 'er
my you see been outrageously treated, and h* is waiting b I
the fleeb. and the gold wire of the hilt had blood on the.hand, and; there I* blood on the to die. How doc he spend his last hours I who said tetnp to tbs shorn breath, and Brown yelled,, But it it said of medicine i. ,
broken through the akin of the palm of the' swordr while .Eleaiar, with the hilt Imbedded Telling the world how badly he feels and describing Iamb," and so the young mother's "Lay down mellsht" as he jumped : of its kind-Dr.:oJ1one* Ooldea '
hand and he could not drop his awor ,I in the flesh of his right. hand,.doe the rheumatism that he got fatprison grief wilt b*sweeter than It b s.and she bock and fell behind a bench.A t
which he had ao gallantly wielded. "HII not know It the rheumatism afflicting his limbs will rise from It with a hop and that MeoA Discovery. I' the guar, '
,
hand Clare unto the tword." Thatia what the never knew A child In heaven b gentlemen by the name of ubner
the only
I call magnificent fighting for the Lord God.f Vast flowery be carried beds to of the side or thirst the that neuralgia fevers piercing his tongue his ?temple Oh,no.or HI a bD,1 that cnno'bfo broken-It b not lost Major Chorles w. Hubner-stepped up i' ant blod-purUer. when f ,

Israel. And we want more of it. IJ'II'OpoR Wbhe others fought to wle the prise last words are the battl about for Christen saved. still the pang of.p. and took me by, the arm, soothed and ad : "

to show you this morning how Or sslled through bloody seas) dom "I am now ready to be offered and ton to very crushing to the parent's seated me, and then turned and tried to sarsaparillas ci' t do good,but'
Eleaxar took hold of the sword and bow What have suffered in i hand have the world shrink up; how mean and I in '
we comparison the time of departure *at ;JI get Drown from behind the in every '' every;:
took hold of Eleazar. I look I, IIA80a .
the sword aBleazar'a Insign Scant are all its pleasures. I have bac.hYou
with those who expired with suffocation the And his dying
or fought good fight. so
and 1 to the cooclu 'can't fool met" it'cures all diseases from s; '
with
band come were burned, or were chopped to pieces for hand clove unto the sword felt that way,and bean comforted the .Id Drwn. aslJg
don that be took the award with a very the truth'sake W. talk of the persecutionof It was in the front room oa the second feeling, and so I know ha *'parent who "I've been here' before! Picture thunder I torpid liver. or frm impu blood

tight grip The cowards who fled bad 110 oldtn times. There is just aa much peraeoution floor that my father lay a-dying. It was ha lost a child 1 Lay down, mellshl" at he tucked For all Scrofulous Skin and Scalp C4Dieeacee
,
trouble in dropping their."ords. Aa they; going on now in various ways In Saturday morning four o'clock. Just three Well I aupp I must answer my frluid.olonel I his and i lay closer to the bench.
Iffy over the rocks 1 hear their sword clang for h* b .a friend and a held Indigestionand
in had left ,
1843 Madagascar, eighteen men were put before that day mother
year my whole Crowd had DY8ppsIa
this time the
Jng in every direction. It ia easy enough for to death for Christ's sake. They were to be him for the skies and he had been homesick Gllen. and was kind to me when I last By a, positive .
'them to drop thtdr."orJ. But JSleaiar' hurled over the rooks, and before they were I to join her company. He was eighty-three York where he UY He comeplains gathered and were laughing at Brown, I '
band clare unto the iword. hurled over the rock.in order to mate their yean of age., Ministers of the Gospel earn In the last number Sunny but it took some time to convince him. remedy.

Oh, my friends in this Christian conflict. death the more,dreadful in anticipation, in to comfort him, but h* comforted them. South that I b. gltentUontgpmwy. as the At we stood >and our eye travel Nothing else Is as cheap no i .
le
wewant a tighter grip of the Gospel weapens. they were put in baskets and swung to and How wonderfully the word sounded out author of tbt hymn: along the river and up and down the tor how many hundred doses
sword
a tighter grasp of till two edged fro over the precipice that they might see from his dying pillow, 'I have been young Prayer b the soul's sincere desire, a:
tor
and dollar.
Clf the truth n makes m. aad to sse then how many hundred feet they would nave to and now am old "yet have I never seen Uttered or uuespremed. valleys, watched old Lookout, turningfollowed offered a '

Christian people let who hold only a part of the be dashed down,and while they were swing the righteous forsaken or his teed begging 'And two columns in that his the .range of mountains for With this, ,you pay only for the
truth and the rest of the truth ao that writ proof
go in these basket battled mile other
ing: over the rock they bread They bathed his brow they H* publishedthe upon mile into 'State. >
Philistines the loosened say good >
the ,' seeing get
grasp tang: his hands, his feet and they you
in the Currant Brown took a long breath and I ,
wrench the whole aword away from them. Jeeps lover of my soot, succeeded In straightening out the feet; but Name detl.r.ton Chicago tld And else Is' "just a*)
Bate for to do la la 1834. that; nobody down "This is the nothing
The only thing us to put our Let me to 1'b11 0101I&fly. succeed the place. -
did not in bathing open
thumb on the book of Genesis and sweep] While the bPlows near me roll they hand it would bathed south saw It What I "crnt"ln Chicago. A* we became paclfled and stood and good.
our band,, around the book until the While the tempest still is bleb the hand so open,' but stay it open.came They shut. They I*not very current her, that had our refreshed by the Major It may" be '"better"-for thedealerf
New Testament cornea into the palm Then they were dashed down to death! I*excuse enough The hymn has been set Demor. f'g
shut.
bathed it again but it came and than
open' pointing place another but are
and keeps on sweeping our band Ohhow much other have endured for Christ What was the matter with the thumb and down to Montgomery for fifty years or more you ,te'ondtat' I
around the book until the tipa of the fingers and bow little we endure for Christ I We the fingers of that old hand Ah I lit had without question. It H In every hymn book and dwelling upon events of. the to b .
clutch at the words, "In the beginning God want to ride to heaven in a.I Pullman sleep so long clutched the sword of Cbriatian con. et J every Christian denomination. It bin battle it seemed that we were Urlngf ver v
created the hearona and the earth." 1 like ing-car, our feet on loft plush the bed made Blot that "hi hand clAn unto the..d." every edition of }ontimer'works that I again the 25th of, November, 1803. It
In Infidel a great deal better than I do one up early ao we cm sleep all the the I preach this sermon as a tonic. I want have ever teen before me, was grand I" KENNEDY ;
of these namby-pamby Christiana who holds black porter of death to wake us up only in to hold the truth with ineradicable grip published EUnburg 1800 which gives DONALD
part of the truth and let the rest go. B; time to enter the golden We want all you and 1 want you to strike *o hard for Godthat 'elgh verse to the. hjmn. Joann We endorse every word "Plunkett"says ,
band
miracl God preserved this Bible just u fN the surgeons to fix our up. Let them it will react and while you take the standard work on "Familiar Quotations'is in regard to this wonderful'attraction
and it is a Damascus blade. The severest bring on all the lint, and all the bandages iwnrd the sword will take now in the sixth edition, and quote the exhibition in It
,
test to which a sword can be put in a sword and all the solve,for our hand la hart, while noticed that the ofllcert YOILYou of the North .hvmn (rom Montgomery. davenport DOW on Atanta in Of Roxbury Mass
factory to wind the blade around a gun Elesxer doe not know his hand I.hurt. "Hia ern army ,* few year ago assembled at Adams, standard author on English is the grandest attraction evr ten saysKennedy's
barrel like a ribbon and then when the band clan unto the aword." Denver, and you noticed that the officers of literature, give the same authorship And the South. '
word i. let loose it flies back to its own Aa I look at Eieazar' hand I come to the the Southern army assembled at Lexington so Colonel Dawson has no good reason for requesting I
shape.' Bo the sword of God's truth has been conclusion that he has done a great deal of Soldier coming together are very apt to recount me "to be tnorec.rerulln the future The Salton sea still but tho
fully tested, and it la bent this way and that bard hitting. I am not surprised when I their experiences and to show their about al.Unland abetting British maraudersof of weather" which el.f. California Medical Discoverycures l
way and wound this way and that way but lee that these four men-Kloaxar and his icars. Here i* a soldier who pull his the property of American genius." lam "spell
1: always cornea back to it* own ahape three companions-drove back the army of sleeve and "Thnre I was wounded up in sure that no American and rr'nl7 nosoutherner has burn 10 disposed to attributeto Horrid Old Sores Deed- ,

., (Think ot it I A book written eighteen cent Philistine that Kleanr's sword olive to his that arm,"says and shows the scar. And soother desire to Cham,Ion of I has disappeared and the southern .
tnrie ago, and some of it thousands of yean 'h.ud for every time he struck an enemy soldier pulls down his collar, and say. \ontomery. but rather would Uk both papers will have to admit that the hot Seated Ulcers of 40 jyears* a
ago and yet in our tune the average sale of with one end of the sword the other end of '"There I was wounded In the neck." And la seeing Mrs Datln'l all 'manifestation .
merely
this book is more than twenty thousand copIes the iword wounded him. When he took mother soldier stys "I have had no use of authorship ..tbU.he I seems that Mrs. wave 11ater a standing Inward Tumors and: !
every week tad more than a* million hold of tile sword the sword 'took hold of hat; limb since the ifun-sbot fracture. Oh, D."ID l'nthlna. Ky., and CaUornla'* "glorious climate. ,
copies ft I say now that. a book him. Oh,, we'have found an who left her poetical of '
year. enemy my friends when the battle of life ia over manu.crptl Disease of the Skin except
which ia divinely inspired and divinely cannot be conquered by rose water and soft md the resurrection has come and our a friend. found this hymn FITS stopped tree bJ DR KMNS'S GREAT every ,, : ,
kept and divinely scattered ii ipeecbes. It mull be sharp stroke and dead of ten Ten her own hsndwritluff. Itseems NiRV nuTonan. after first day' Thunder qnd t
bodies rise from the will' Humor .
weapon worth holding a tight grip of straight tnruin. mere I* intemperance, and we hire on us any scars of that in 1819 Montgomery pub.Jlehed (II. Treatise and II trial ,
Bishop Colenao will come along and try to there is fraud and there is gambling and for God Christ will be there all a volume of his own poems and included bottle free.Dr. 11 Arch 8tl'hll. p" Cancer that '''has taken ''ro9-t.
wrench out ot your hand the lire book. of there 1* lust and there are ten thousand cover with aeon. Soars on the brow this one, which he marked "Anon" HALL'S OAT hlUI ,
Moses and*Strauss.will come along and try battalions ot iniquity Armed Philistine ; How it got Into Montgomery's possession CUEluUqul an
scars on the ban, scar on the feet scars all, H. (B taken internally Dr\II.L. Price $1.50. Sold by every
to wrench out of your band the miracles iniquity. How are they to be captured and over the heart, won In the battle of redemp b not npUlned.But : #
and Kenan will come along and try to overthrown Soft sermons in morocco tion. And all heaven will sob aloud with' enough of thla. It b sufficient for me If afflicted with sore ryesnseDr.TMacThomnson's Druggist in the United States
wrench ont of your hand the entire life of case laid down in front ot an exquisite audi emotion a* they look on those score Iris, to know that it b tb. most beautiful hymnend Eye..tr.lrnlll.u.el at 3o per bl.
the Lord Jesus Christ, and your associates enre will not do it. You have got to cal to believe that Mrs., Dawson and Mr.Mootgomsry ..
tlus will be there and he will point' out the; --- -- and Canada.
In the store, or the shop or the factory or things by their right names. places where the tooth and paw of the lloaseisod are both in he9n.- ,
the banking house will try to wrench out of We have got to expel from our churches : him in the and John HUM And now comes and gently
your hand the entire Bible; but in the Christians who eat the sacrament on Sun., will ba there eUmr where the i chides me for setting down John Wesley as a
strength of the Lord God of Israeland with day and devour widows' houses all the weak. coal first scorched the foot on that day when Methodist H*&r that John and Charles
Eleator's grip, hold on to it.' You give up We have got to stop our indignation against his spirit took *from Constance. Wesley the .their connec .1
the Bible,you give up any part of hand you the Hittites and the Jebusites and the ten U'ilillan and Campbell and Freeman, and allel"nO the Church of :
give up pardon and peace and life and gUhltes and let those poor wretches go, and I American missionaries in' India, be' England, and they Dnt deposed
heaven., apply our indignation to the modern transressions there-the men who,, with wU and' $rom it No doubt that I fa true-bra'still + ''
1 aee hundreds perhaps thousands,' of which need to be dragged out and I children down ia the tbel at F they wire the lound of M.tholm Tb \
.,0Wllr'men in this audience. Do not be slain. Ababs her". Herod here. Jetebeli wet they will show mere .. [ tbllahd clo W eRr i .
ashamed young man to have the world here. The massacre of the Infants bera Cwpe the Hepors struck them.The wh. Sat' the They' and their
'know that you are a friend of the Bible. Strike for God so hard that while you slay Walden will be there and they will foP a s.t.al it was o led the Meth CLOTHJ '
This book ia the friend of all that is good the sin the sword will adhere to'your own show where their bone were brke that olt s.t7. app doted layman to r VENTIUnD I.x z C
and it Is the sworn enemy of all that ia bad. hand. I tell you my.. friends we want a when the mach them circuit*. In 17S9 / Xc,X'fl "4s
An eloquent writer recently' fives an incident few John KUOXM and John Wesleya in the day them over the PI.ont lit(pith *to Georgia a*'a missionary with t al eU&.and "Oe'trmvJpmtur I

of r very bad man who stood in a cell Christian church to-day. The whole ten there who rocu of the sick b tbo Gner Ozetbor and returned to England el'l iliw mialnsiw nuulml f .plo
of a western prison. Thif criminal bad gone dency i*to reline on Christian work. W. looked after Oe poor, and they will have himself with the Mora C""10 ll.rd.rfeid Yabrle v.. Trey, !Y.
through all atylea of crime and be was there keep on refining on it until we tend apologetic evidence of earthly exhaustion. viaas. He says In his autobiography that be -
waiting for the gallows The convict stand word to iniquity we are about to capture with Marred hand A Chrilt never was converted ant a qo.rt before B COTtOiy
ing there at the window of the cell this It. And we must go with sword silver HI will waving, u3ered o'clock o Wednesday Illbe :ltl of May KING :
lay
writer says "looked out and declared, 'I am chased and presented by the ladles and we with Me multitde now be glorified with Me 173* 1744 h* +
an InfldeL' Be said that to all the men and must ride on white palfrey under embroidered in heaven.ertb'And then the great of Tauaton and was forbidden by them.gter Bay or sell your Cotton "JONESi
women and children who happened to be homing; putting the spun only just will take the chant and organs Bt. John "... In 1170' be assumed toe office of bishop .
there, '1 am an lafidel,." and the eloquent enough to make the charger dance gracefully eternity will play, "These up are they who cam out of and In 1784 ordained Rv. Thomas Coke ONE BN30YSBt i t Cotton Scale..
writer says "Every man and woman there and then we must sand a missive deli great tribulation and had washed bishop of Am.rl Ck cam over Imme the method and result BUT
And the to cato wedding card to ask the old black thiI rob Methodist "he $6 OS-Ton IOJ
bellevedhim. writer goes on say as a and white in the b." dl.t1and Epll torn
'It he bad stood there say Ing, 'I am a Chris giant of sin if he will not surrender. m. will chagrin and mine be ehlll. Mr. Wesley abridged tb*Eng of Figs i* taken) U U pleasantand xnroaAirrov.. '

., thin,. every man and woman would have Women saved by the grace of God and on It It wht told your that day ou the streets of lish liturgy-prepared his own collection of refreshing to the taste, and acts OJ Y. -
_. 'He is a liar, f This Bible ia the glorious mission sent detained from Sabbath heaven that on earth we shrank back from hymn and wrote his own disiplne If, gently yet promptly on the Kidney, BaOlKTON. J "
o sworn enemy of all this wrong, and It la the classes 1 because their new hat 1* not done. all toil and aacriflo and No scar with all these. depru government Liver and Octa4 Within 1 Uw'kalf., .." .'
friend of all that is good. On,' bold on to Church that shook our dtie with great to show the heavenly balhip ao much and ontt Mr. Waly Dwelll' 'clcans. the iy* without d>lrallon Iron,butim. '
It Pont take part of it and throw the revival sending around to ask some demonstrative a* one ridge on the palm of ih*hand to show chose to call himself .p.l.a. It was tern I.,, cld., headache '' PILES tiara Uaimntawl. ALLKIUJU.*> ;i' ,rest away. Hold on to all of it. There are worshiper if he will not please to say'amen" that just one In the battle for God and th hi*privilege to do It but and fevers and cure ";,' .
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ao many people now who do not know. You and 'hallelujah' a little softer. It truth, we just once grasped the sword else would so classify him. I do pot lay hbiua 0.1. argil '
.. ask them if the soul la immortal and they ..IDI. if in our churches we wanted a I and struck ao hard that the 1 his treatment by the Church of Eugland wa cn.tpton Brrup of Fig 'I for Papb'.. flit O..I.1 Ualdln., '
i i:, .say, "I guess it is, I don't know; perhaps it baptism of cologne and balm of a thousand I fmy. band stuck together, and the Iwor wrong or unreasonable, consider Ins his Independence of its kind produced .! t f asscLrwd M.nIa4tJ l 1 I
,i U perhaps 1a.liII''" Ia the Bible truer flowers when we actually need a baptism of clan to the sword. O my Lord rous and d.tatol1. but nsvertbel it pleasing the and acceptable P: :
"-: "Well,perhaps it ii, ,id perhaps it isn't; fire from the Lord God of ranteoosc. But I us to Thy servloa.Tby J..1 wa such that ..XPlp.cbu'h cannot to the t tt ia rll.1r FISTULA
.' ,perhaps it may be figuratively, and perhaps we are ao afraid somebody will criticise our BOW claim him I*the eeale
:"Y It may be partly and perhaps it may not be sermons,or criticise our prayers or criticiseour ealDula.i thiMch this glorious they wu common property of the Christian world. its action and truly beneficial ia its premeur. ... 4-_

:' at all." They despite what they call the religious work that our anxiety for the They SM tbs triumph from del. How, let m. say that these letters from elects prepared only from the most SMITH'S
: Apostolic creed; but it their own creed were world' redemption U lost In the fear we will And SUM I With the *jr*. Irnd known or unknown are always wal- healthy and agreeable substances its WORM'.OI'
,written out it would read like thias **! believe get our hand hurt while Lesser went Into c Of o.I mak mlt.k.and am I* l>Bd..bldly tie
- in nothing the Maker of heaven and the conflict And his hand clan unto the. Whs*that (Nostrums dsy ta rise. p1 to b" .move tnanr excellent qualities commend itt >Usl. Illlbl we,.Jled/else eel..:.
in which it bath sent sword." And all Thy armUs Ib There U no all and have made it the mostpopular
, earth and nothing Investigation.. GA'eapt M.VM.-
la robes of tbs -
which nothing was born of nothing and But I see in the next pine wht a hard To glory victory sball be tboaD. .k that cote |slwfi.3 and worth e1 comfo remedy I orttJ j'.LUI'O.llllh cf Itoptembar f'
which nothing was dead and buried and thing it was for Ellaiar to get his baud and 1'1 ters a a fri uJs, aSly.t; there kown giving' my child if month old.
descended into nothing ant arose from his sword parted. The muscle and the sinew U no dutY so nlet How long Bmp of } i sale In 60o hmltb's Worm Oil, and the followlndayial!
nothing and ascended to nothing and now had been so long grasped around the Suicide StttliUei. ingly' letters from and bottle -by all leading druggiats. ,orw to*lochs long,wr rxMiUwt 'rn' t 4

aitteth at the right hand of nothing from sword be could not drop it when he proposedto The grim subject of suicide fl constantly thlr absent chlWr.n-seattered children. .1 Any reliable druggist who 8.W.|x .
which it will come to judge noth drop ,and his three comrades I suppose being forced the attention How carefully dose tb. ro mother put Both Everywhere II 'CaiitFtli.l)
ing. 1 believe in the holy agnostic came up and tried to help him and they upon them sway wh they do dnmetimathen may not hare it on han wi procure
church and in the communion of nothingartans -* bathed the back part of the band, hopingthe of Hew Yorker Tile dally papers fre "I*a Intna. and she ask It promptly for any who e dWhiatsy 1'

and In the forgiveness of nothing sinews and muscles would relate Bat quently many M s dozen cases day. 1le there and her "' wishes to it. Do not usubstitute.
rpr. heart Imsgln that b.,boy or her girl I try accept .
and the resurrection of nothing and in the no. "His band clave unto the sword. of suicide within lick 1 = }:
Thatia tried to the and Children, do" you writ to th .
life that never shall be. Amen. 1'ben'tbey pull open fingers hour and the b1 01 '
the creed of ten of thousands of people In to pu J back the thumb; but no sooner war twenty-four number Coll..t Write otlw'l. rflar. CALIFORNIA FIB Ltt.at.ua. jlfatMwi4 WulMftaU SiV
this day. If you have a mind to adopt sucha they pulled back than they closed again of reported cases by no meant dw.fuy. for ,by b. ,, Srnul Co ii
theory I will not. "I believe the "and his band ci.". unto the sword" But represent the of case tad th" .I. yu ha I ha Father Almighty, maker of heaven and after a while they were successful then they Then nubr law thc Who pud letter tod tow .n friend tllVll It: tott, .r P ..J "I ra,. _. a :tRm. "
occur a on Ce U la bis y'sod his w3* UU* 'T .". A. W 1
fb"t
in Jesus Christ and in the holy noticed that the curve ia the palm of the "0 .b.
catholic church, and in the communion of band correspond exactly with the carve statute bk which make ItmptdIwcld. KB, and hearty end bep "wn .

.. .saints and in the life everlasting. Amen.*' of the hilt. 'f is hand clan unto the sword." a 'tlDI. Oa referring t Ital py and h*quotes without, "John glass Anderson and Says my his.love, PATENTSel:! ;:e.. K. O.." ....... .. ., Forty-ts;
Oh when I see Eleazar taking such a stout You and I have seen it many a time. tic I the maximum I aa.rit* gi owe purer and stronger .
grip of the sword in the battle against sin There are ia the United States today many suicides In New York daring the last lo th* roll II* writs roc : :
and for righteousness, I come to the copcluston aged minister of the Gospel. They art too and always. cheerfully o and I pill1 Colds; h t
eighty wu la 1808 when there wasone
In
that we ought to take a stouter grip of feeble now to preach. the church record year Istttr ,
1 the word their name U msrItus suicide to 8017 away among mr S _*** for ,
God's eternal truth,the sword of riibteounea opposite '
every lohbltDt the bom and are *
ben only .
the words "A minister without .
or Th minimum ratio .mp .
wu lion for *hteoc*. for s paration ,
look at Manser1 band I also OtJc.hiI charge." They were an hereto race. Thy 1 o
spirit of self f orgetf nines*. He did not bad email salaries and but few books and : there wu one suicide In every 28,82 and friends. Solomon fall K when h*said o Coughs r ,

notice that the hilt of the sword was eating they swam spring frWeydid meet their appointments. Inbltt The largest "As cull .*.1 to a 'b111 Iro. .
through the palm of his hand. He did not Bui In their day a among male occurred between news truss ,
know it hart him. As be went out into the mighty wort for God.They took off more of 1c.of and forty and your pat cUd.wr to y oar trot b- '
conflict be was so anxious for the victory he the hods of Phlllrtln iniquity than you could t age tlt.Ar. wrlUthoujbt.tally. Consumption
forgot tumself and that hilt might go ever court from noon to sundown Yoa put that among thirty and thirty* Dant write hqrrtodJy and eavlMly t
t lato the palm of his hood could old minister of the Gospel now into a prayer are. About one-third of Ilk IIi wa something diswrtMtU that had
deeply tb whol .
so not disturb btu.band clan onto the meeting or occasional pulpit or a sick number of &b*does- but tats twin b I*the manses HOARSENESS AND AU. AFFECTIONS OF THE THROAT AND L.UN08eTAYLOR'S
there U to be comfort, llcie U p1 'i the matur-wrft a J that I*
sword." Oh, my brother and sisters let ago room where someone .1 wr
r: into Christian conflict with the spirit of ad, and it i* the nun old rID; to hi* voice York p.aed wilt do to reed CHEROKEE REMEDY OF !
_ self Who cares whether the and the same old story of par Jon aad peace i* no Utter evidence of good
? : world aboegasioo. or denounce use What do and Christ and heaveo. His band has so A Fadlug Baee ec duetand good ltpl.than th*aff.e-
"ilL pr.111 ntaticn or abuse or long clutched the sword In Christian conflict ttonat add .t.that a SWEET GUM MULLEIN
for AND '
we ear misreprea
IJ- persecution ia a conflict lika this Let us be cannot drop it., "His hand rare onto Tha recently completed cDI of the : school >1 or a eulkg boy *Mid to the ,
forget onraelve That man whois afraid off the sword." Sandwich Islands shows tb tarn decline I panot*ono a.** ,-Bii4- >>ar, in. AtlantaConstuatlosk .

nUio* his hand hurt will never kill a Philis.Une. I had ia my parish In Philadelphia a very la the population that bat been manifested IS THE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.r .
4 .Who cares whether you get hurt or igad man. who ia hi* early Ufa bad been the in the past. Yfoea UUndi
motif the victory Oh, how many aompanino and adviser of tao early fnti- tb AUSZOAlr naval oncers are men ot
Ask
yon get
Christ jam there are who are all the time dente Madison and Momma II* bed were fret dnn I by Cap clothe, and the T_.r druggist or nertbtat for It. AHD 'lIKO SUBSTinJTE
t'd about the the world treats wielded Ted ianaano but I only knew him Cook, the many olileUquetefd. --'ATE .
worrying- .way j +
tl aboard Pllr
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ppuU p'
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them. are ao tired are ao ua vary aged maa. The moat ramarkabl Th first official Ihp" .1.d leImnedknW.. A outs .
abased1 and they are so temp when thing about him was his ardor for Christ a Oo. than afterward m E'1 must bare 01, cute a U lf.l.u k\.
mIb4 not think whether had a band I When be could not stand up ia the mooting tl lo. AI,1. fire hats end cap, at least .
',- or an arm era toot. All be wanted. vieMe without propping h* would throw hi* arm .h"e a population t of 130,. many differ.t kind of and even A A m" -
around a pillar of she church sad though 113. there were ; et
118" bt 1,01 prescribed of consider.
I: see bow men forget themselves his mind was partially cone lull love toe and C Bomber i* able Itll. .
wildly achievement We have oftao seen I Christ was so great that aU were ia deep rue 1 Captain ordinarily U tdntm4rtt -
admiration and tat than sixtyyesrs the population uniform of the but I 8 ,os wbll r .D prl. I .- U
man wan in order to achieve worldly sue specs and profound were h proscribes ah day JI Irks tl" dOlte
cs will forget all phyacai qty U4 all moved when be spot. 1 was caller so te* beta reduced **.otl.ar per CDS when,* hhp" within slgnsIUua dl*. .lo""4r nAn/.TII' Wu a.CrCHwea
Mid all after k* aaii. have laid this decrease the fro + -
.. Taluuis.mitsppakto .." & taacoof maf.wu the A the rattle of Yorktowa. ia the AmtricuKavotaCtca wars that bare raged oa the 1 the R
I. authority on oa other bbbS'\ '
. a musicUa trouaJed waa told El*was in a very pleasant Miriam a* h* elt. .
. 1 be" must have his ttmbe amputated and I manned b* bed aa aodtene* before hia.U Wands; others &the vice that cirt things. To app 4ek with the E@4W

. they war about to fasten him to the .- I *sal "I mast tell thawi poopl* to com Lion has Bus t wrong Invite a reprimand.Subalterns _.eNvNL. ... ..

nan1. tsV-e-rfor it was Jong betenw the) ,I to Christ and prewar* 4at ." Aad can Imp. .of population, who a a good deal given ,'i .rtNwtew.e.. ... T... ._. W Wit__
U thi delirium both arms kI & .' .
BMrcUol dfccovery CIC aaaiUMtIcL then ia puasant that l .
oefc achwl Canst aai fact .a most remarkable o.NOM grumbling, wit moat ... .. '' :
said "So, don't fasten mo to that table; lifted, this >j war pr to rescrtte th of cdtr i.r.. rraNNter.eiw.wks _
of the world to com o.lfw.Two f sues ar .V
get uav*>Un, A vioiia was brought to told 01 th giork If tb a.tIt ii ..
hia and he said "Sow go to work aa I barinto DMT, lying on his dytax pillow, hi* dying eonaideriag te with the tat
play,* and for forty miantaa during Land slave to hi* sword. Americma lure toll tbeTeb1lwela.! thick line ,
yoonf
taeawfoi of ampuUUoo, k* oovad Oh,it *.* ever was aayoo who W aright Mount bc b 12m' li
t I Donates it war Yes wheeled up 1 .Lr.1 &
not.1IIIIIde nor droMwrf note walla fee to rttra Iron the 1 W ite 4Ik when the weather> ens .

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PARR, D. C., Oct. 18,186i., For the week in, ending TltnnDle last night' Oct.:, e '! IV f, SIKOES: SeOES':: : : '

JfcMM. OraMm Walton: 22, 1891, as compared with that of the 1--4 H I Every Pair Guaranteed

OKTrtKMKS>-I take pleasure commnnlc-In forwarding corresponding week in 1800 Recordedat l' ((1) U 1 8) Stock most complete, and prices most reasonable for quality of goods.V Also ,

to you herewith a the U. 8. Weather Bureau office, Tltnsvtne. complete line of HOSIERY GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
tlon I have received from my son, Mr. f.J lJ} r: : I" 't =f ....a
Erwin M. Wade clmmUt at the large L'J hi I fr* .' + .. HATS AND O APs. 4 +

hoot augur factory In the world, located Day ,Max. Win. Max. Win t3: ; tJ.,. "*-j My C.D Come and Bee the latest style In DERBY'S and CRUSil HATS.
at Chino, Bernardino county, In the 1800. OCTOBER. 1891. I ,N e ,
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State of California. 16 00 74 19 66, 0 : 0>> .
is curious fact that the first payment > W m0 Joooof I off Straw Hats
It a 17 82 72 78 70 :::: 20 Per Cent. ,
of sugar bounty under the McKln- 18 82 72' 77 65 I .
\ To Close them
ley bill was on beet sugar. Is this a 19'. 83 '11. 72 '62 > (I Out

prophecy of the future A few decade 20. '78 62 ,, 61" 64 H J 0.. ,..,... ,
ugo ho one would have believed that 21 80 63 71 63 f'\eI 1:1 It S.. DRY GOODS HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS ETC: ETC

more than half the) sugar of the world 22 87 71 = Z g t' ,
beets
less would would be the extracted beet planters from of the West Stilt J., E. LAKOUETTE, Observer. 0 1k | Ro. :
fe r
and East Indies", and other sub-troplca Visitors to Jacksonville will be tit j H SBtj f; "More Value for a ,$ than Any Other Honse In the State"

countries, hare believed that the greater pleased to know that although the St ..,
((
part of this profitable traffic would be James, Windsor, Everett, Carleton, Du- p ,r f" J. P. TURNER' & CO
transferred to a higher latitude, b1 the. val, Glenada, Grand View and ,Tognl 1. g 3 -4 II C'2O 'V _
!
of beats with cane. This incident "' V V V LU
competition hotels are closed for the summer, still z a
comes home to UII, tot It foreshadows p I Im
that hotel-The Travelers 9r
the coming of a vast Industry A'At open for elegant the reception of guests. This '*, a 11I1 HO E. :I.r: ;. :ae. .::Ij: ,
; Is, the people of the United States use Is the only hotel which succeeds in mak -
:a hundred millions of dollars' worth of ing and friends both winter and H ;j 'p .

sugar per year, and only one-tenth of I It summer.money To strangers we would say Id m t-T-1 .... Groceries 'Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.
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Js produced In the country.' If the pro- ,
that The Travelers is not a boarding m ct:: f""J Ei i:
'gross of the boot sugar industry her house or a restaurant with a few rooms (1)" = I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of1
should be comparable to its growth In connected, but a Brat-clans hotel with ,0, j txa 3.S .
11\ -
Europe, it may not be many years before accommodation for one hundred guests. .... C & Maple s&c Fancy Q-roeeries, Fruit
the country will be making most of its Remember The Travelers. *tf Wootax.'S.
own sugar. lJ) i S W I And Food ProductsOf

Within few years the industry In Kinds Also My Stock of

California has grown with amazing rapIdity Lake Worth. q- n ;> aV C'V Grain Cotton Seed Meal
Bran
and its product last year,estimated I Hay, ,

at four cents per pound, was two hundred i Mr; Fred Church brought the mail :;;0 ,- Ground Food and Wheat.
and thousand dollars. When
fifty down Friday. ,. I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above line of
the bounty of two cents per pound .ia Goodsv I buy close, and will jell close invite your correspondence and solicit
Added, the producers of that State will
Mr. Dennis Stafford Is working for your patronage. Very truly
have received three hundred and (
seven Mr.,pierce.
ty-flve thousand dollars for twenty-elgh EB HOLMES,'President.ALSxnr; 33. L. 23X1 A Y.

,hundred tons Of beet sugar. Lyman Bros have In a fine new stockof A. TATLOB, Secretary.

AU the States In this Union can raise things. GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,

the sugar beet to profit, and ought to do Miss Lltlie Pierce has been quite ill RIVER Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law,
so. Some of them are even better adapted with a cold STATE Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.
to Its culture than California, end I ,
believe, Florida I. one of them. Miss Rena Dimick has gone on a visit ,
.
Very respectfully, to her friends Juno. COCOA REAL ESTATE Robbins' & Graham

EDWABD C. W Anlt.'CmNo The Rev. J. N. Mulford and wife have ,

returned from the north.,
SAW BKBITARDI Co., CA!..
,
Drnr Father: Oct. 2nd, 1801. ..} luxo Capt.a pleasant George call Lyman while gave there.'all Hypo- EXCHANGE, LAW, LOANS AND REAL ESTATE.We .

I have been in receipt of your letter Capt>Walter R. Moore,went to Hypo- Paid Up, $ ,

information some days, and, such, In as the my meantime few spare getting moments )- luxo)aunt.Sunday, on a visit to his uncle and ,COCOA, Indian, River, FLA.: have For Sale a Large List of Carefully Selected Indian

would allow me, upon the subject .
of beet culture and the ,manufacture'of Col John A. Macdonald passed ACCOUNTS 'of[ All Kinds Bought Sold and River Properties
through Hypoluxo on his to Miami ,
sugar therefrom' Of course, for the way Money to Loan
purposes of this article, which must ta' last week. Exchange! : Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Line

brief and general, I cannot go Into details Mr. II. ''J. Burkhardi came up from O* S. HARDER:, --- Canal and Transportation Co.
to any extent. tits home and will be promptly
Illllsboro on Saturday, returned JAMES : All Inquiries
The boet from which'Ingar Is now extracted Tuesday. R. B. reliably answered. Fire Insurance CP1 NA.7L L.AN'DS.Florida .

Is the white Silesian and Its va ALBERT A. !: In standard companies at lowest Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa" Key West Railway Company
rieties. It has a white, firm flesh, delicate .Capt. Will Moore sot out eight hun J. F. Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,
and uniform,structure, and clean, dred tomatoe plants the other- daft he Is > and other Low Priced Lands.IMCozxoy "
sugary flavor. They do not contain any ahead of the most of us. Haric1.
: to Xjoctzx &1wnytson
uncrystalllzable sugar, as the sugarcanedoes Capt. Fred C. Voss has traded the -
.
At Ten and Twelve per cent, in tumt to tuft.
schooner Ruby Dye for a Stoop, the
The mean temperatures In Europe, according Carrie Cell of Indian River. She will Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.

to authority, where the sugar be l used as a party boat on the lake, this .The Clyde Steamship Co. _Address,..p. o. box 108, Titusville,..Fla.,
beet Is grown, is 02 c vto 03* Fahrenheit coming season, for which she is being
"The formation of Is favorably influenced
sugar nicely fitted up.
not so much by heat ns by dry TOM. ED'-A.RLa STILI1'VG,
weather, and unclouded skies during the _____________

,autumnal months Nothing Is so conducive If people\ would take the advice of V" : : Cocoa, Indian River, JFlorida, -
,
to heavy crops as, an abundance of Dixon" Gray the druggists they 'never \ Dealer In ,
jraln distributed over the first two would start on a journey without a bottle
months' growth of the plant. These of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and PAINTS HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE '&: AGATEWARE
conditions are admirably realized in California Diarrhoea Remedy It can always be I. J.
the sowing uf the seed commencing depended upon and Js pleasant to take ,PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY;TABLE: "

In January,' and lasting probably & POCKET. ,.CUTLERY. BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING, '
through the rainy season, which is followed Reached Bottom. A WIRE CLOTH. (,. .

by eight'or nine months of almost :DOORS S-A.SUBC: TXT sXJNl: JL>S, :aB.XO
'cloudless days. "The best soils Prices Are down at Rumph's to bed ,
are '
those In which"neither. clay sand nor rock. Calicoes In standard goods, 5 cts. Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.

lime greatly, predominate, out which per yard;ladles collars; all linen 0 cts. Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds ,Ship Chandlery Goods,Gauze
contain these constituents, together with each; bed comforts, 89 ate to $1.00; Doors,'Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets; I
a fair proportion of organic matter so blankets; per pair, nice white ones, only ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lan Mowers; Ice I
mixed together that the land is, neither Sl.OO. Pants pants!It! in endless variety New York Charleston and Florida Lines. Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and I,
too; stiff nor too light, and crumbles from 75 eta to $1.00. Chimney Pipe; Flags ... Bunting;
Table and Pocket Cutlery Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc
down after being ploughed, into a nice DOWN THEY GO.Rumph's ;
friable loam. The IOU should be at the The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondence
prices on can meats: 21b solicited and estimates furnished '
least sixteen inches In promptly. ,
depth. corn and roast beet (best), 8 for 60 cts. to sail as follows : '
In be to
Europe It is said to best begin
lib corn and roast beef, only 10 cts. WAYS.
the in Good per OALUNQ AT CHARLESTON S. C.. BOTH
boots have
sowing April.
can. Bed rook on other lines. 102 ("AJrDARD TIJU.) .
boon grown on clay lolL The seeds are .
From Jacksonville.Florida The
planted In rows, and thinned out by SELLING RIGHT. From New York STEAMER Carpet Palace
(l'ter W,E.8.)
,band, after the plants have attained Twelve bed room suits and three 'hundred Friday. Sept.28th, at S P,sf.;..."8EMINOLE"........Thursday Oct. 1st, at S 00 P.". ,
some degree of growth. The distances ,. Oct. ttl. at 6JW A.H.S
$ bata M."IRUgUOIS.8undsy
Monday. 8ep r.
between the rows and the plants vary, last 80 dollars worth. I of have other furniture and; w..mUdartlep&,80th,at S p.P..III.h..ALGONQUlN..8untlay.....:.. Oct. 6th, at 00 .....11I. 48 West Bay Street Jacksonville; Fla.
according to the moisture of the soil furniture; got prices Friday Oct. 1M, &&8 f III....."CHEROKtKA" .Thursday Oct. 8th, at 730 A.M. .
styles.of to please the People. Monday Oct. 5th,at 3 F. x..... 'SEMINOLE: .Sunday Oct. llth at 1000A.M.
\R, the time planted, variety of seed, etc. test assured friends I will not be undersold Wednesday,. 7th,at i P. Y....."YEMAS8LJJ".Tueeday, Oct. 13th at 13.00 M.
... ,.. Oct. IBth, at 1 JO P.M. Where will find the best selection of
.
ib pt Is much matter of local experimentAt Friday Oct. Oth,at S p 1II..IROQUOI .Tbnnday, you very
} from any source-I buy things Monday, Oct. UtI!.at 3 P. X."ALOONQU'LN."..... Sunday, Oct. lath, at 4 JO .......
Chino, it may be generally stated, it right. Geo. B. Rumph. 102 Wednesday Out. 14th,at> P. 1II..CHEROKtlE..*'... ... .Tuesday Oct. 8Mb, at s.00 .......
ts found best to plant the rows twenty Friday Oct. 18th at S P. X....8KMINOLK. .Thursday, Oct.ltd, at TJO ....... Carpets, Mats,
Inches apart, and thin'out to abo eight Monday Oct. lath,at> POct. K......'YEMASSFN..Sunday, Oct. 26th, at 10.80 A.H. .
Shades
Oil cloths
. Fort Pierce.Mr. Wednesday, Fist, at 1 P. M... "IR6UUOI8" :......Tuesday, Oct. 27th at U JO P.M. ,
Inches between
the laud M.
plants, on dry ;; Friday Out. 21, a&. P. M.,,.. "ALGONGUkN,"......Thursday, (Ie&. 29th at 1 JO P.M.
and on moist land, seventeen inches be- Monday. Oct. 26th at 3 P. M.:..."CHKIUI EE..* ........Sunday..Thursday. Nov. Fat at ..80 ..LIII.Wedn.tiMlay.Ou&.illtb.a&.p.III.8E Mattings, Lace curtains
tween the and five inches betweenthe ......TuMday. Nov. Srd, atNov. &30 A.M. '
plants rows The, object Is to produce as winter.. Dick Quay is at St Lucie, for'the Friday oot.auth at 3 P. Jf..Y1!: lr .......... 6th, at S 00A.M.: Rugs Cornice poles

email a beet as Is consistent with a max Potters, China Silks,
imum amount of sugar; ,or rather, to We hope the rain has stopped now,for St. Johns River Line. And Mosquito Nets. '
we have water .
everywhere.Mr.
produce small beets, as they are more

productive of saccharine, and have a Frank Everett has his boat In the For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on Estimates given. Sample Bout 'The only exclusive carpet house In Florida.
higher water,again. She looks nice.
; purity. very
Our Goods are THE BEST, and the Prices THE LOWEST.
In Europe the beets grown average 21 Rev. S. F. Gove'will hold services here the St.*Johns River. ;I Mall orders will receive prompt attention.
pounds, and 12 to 14 cent of
carry per next Sunday, We hope every one will .
sugar, the latter'figure being considered attend. 1a.rk cS: Oortoott; ;,
high. At ChIno the boots average less Steamer; "EVERGLADE"Leaves .
than one pound, and carry as high as 20 Mr. Hogg and family paid us a visit Jackfonrllle for Sanford Bundan,Tuesdays and Thursdays,at SJO p.M. BeturnIng 4aept-Cmu_ 48, West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.
per cent of sugar. The average is considered last week in the natty launch they ,leave Sauford Mondays,Wndneaday and Friday*,at 10 A.M. >

not less than 15 per cent, and in brought down with them. Steamer "W"ELAKA"

the near future will, no doubt, average 'Mr. D. Hanklns was up from Wavoland Leave Jacksonville for Sanford Mondays and Fridays St S JO f.M, Returning leaves GEO. LESTER & CO.
peveral per cent higher. last week. lie brought up a boat he had Sanford Sundays and Wednesdays,at 1J>O A.M. '
In harvesting, the beets are ploughedup just built for Mr. Jim Keene. The above steamer an fitted up with nnt-claM accommodation for pauengen and the
and the table will be supplied with bee In market
tops cut off In the field,with
ltn VOl made for that purpose. They We are sorry to see two of our residents General Passenger and Tloket Offlce,88 W,Bay St., Jacksonville. RECEIVERS OF
on the sick list Mr. Hood and daughter -
then
are hauled into the
factory yard F.M.IRONMONGER.Jr. Florida Faaaeuger Agent 88 West Bay St.,JackloD\'We.1'Ia.
weighed,and dumped Into bins or"silos.1b have both been quite ill lately. ".'r. 0(1)I'N FAY'tr'yeUng; l'aelMoger Agent,Bowling Green, New York.
sample, representing the average as Miss Lily Bell; was In from Five Mile J.O. Vb.LOT. Freight Agent on wharf foot Hogan! Street Jacksonville,Fla...
Fla.
JOHN L. HOWARDFbuidSlreijht Agent.foot Laura Street JackllUu\ ORANGES
near as possible, bl selected and weighedto Crock last week. The water was so high J. A.U.8L1! E, Superintendent foot Laura Street Jackson" villa.Fla.THKO. LEMONS BANANAS
fifty pounds even. It is then washed that she WM unable to go to school. .O.KUKB.Tnttto Manager,Howling: Gneu.New York. ,
ia a machine of special construction, re- MA tttiU ALL H.CLY UK.Au*.Traltto Manager B Bowling Green,New York. ,
weighed to get the loss of dirt or tart Mr. and Mrs. John Storman moved in
which is subtracted from the total ton-, last week from Ten Mile Creek to take WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'I Agents., .a..Nt: GEES: V _

and sent to the chemist for charge of Ro dale pineapple plantation.Last .
sage up II SouthVkurea,Philadelphia. A ROW Hag Greco New York.rNDJ.A.N
analysis. Ten or twenty beets, according Sunday we board a splendid sermon -
to size, are selected from the sample by one of our new residents, Rev. f 264 Washington Street New" York.

weighed to get the average weight for John Klopp a Congregational minister. ,
record, and then ground Into a pulp, and Quite a number were out to hear him. : :er'VEJe: MOTEL: ,
the juice squeezed out The chemist We hope he will preach again soon.WAtlJlC .

weighs or measures out a certain portionof T. IlAKBlN. We Issue a WEEKLY PRICE LIST and shall be pleased to foryard it to you
the Juice, and clarifies by adding a lit- r TITUSVILLEIndian: on receipt of a postal card. ''
tla sub-aceUta of lead solution and filtering '.
The juice, thus clarified, is as clearas V Notice. Stencils Furnished on application. ,
pure water. It is filled into glass or Eau Gallie town lots for sale between River, Reference: Wholesale Fruit Trade of the country. ,
metallic tube about elgbt inches long ship yard and pontofflce. For business Fla. Juljl7-amo
residence. ___ .
and the percentage of sugar deterndaeJby or Apply to Wm. Roescb

measuring the distance OIL a scale, Eau Game Fla llseptSmo RICHARD W. GOODK. JAMES T. HOGG.
which the solution will deflect of
a ray Mr. C. B. Jones of Hill: Iowa, "
Spring L "M. MABBETTE
polarized It Thisis
light passed through
"I have used Chamberlain's Palo
:
called "polarization" and the instrument says Florida Real Estate
bum for severe and painful burn with 1'JIoPLOpen Exchange
used Is a "polarlseopa. A
sugar _
better effect than anything else I have pFflWtL ,
notation has the property of deflecting a
ever tried. It relieves the pain instantr
Pay of polarized light a certain distance AU The Year.
and MELBOURNE Brevard
without Co. FLA.
cure leaving a scar
,
to
the right,proportionate to the strengthof ,
.
Pain Balm is one of the most useful
the solution. Instruments are constructed -
to utilise this principle by medicines that any family can be provided PROPERTIES OF ALL BOUTGILT A EXCHANGED.
with especially for rheumatism, Only a few minutes'
measuring off the distance deflected, in TAXES NON BESIDKIT3.
lame back bruise toothache walk from Railway depot PAID FOB -
sprains ,
l which>eroontaKea affords of a simple or in and"degree accurate," earache aud like ailments. One application n and Steamboat landings. CONTRACTS TAXEN'OR SETTING OUT ORANGE GROYES. AND

method. very will relieve the pain and a fair PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS. .
On the banks of the
trial insure care. 60 cunt bottle for far-fxmed Indian River Indian Rfrer Lands a specialty Parties wishing to Invest or having lands for
% To lie continual in nut tacks wiw. Bale by Dixon Grad. git i sale would do well to correspond with us -<

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