East Coast advocate
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00168
 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00168
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

Full Text
oJ t t '. ,, h.

,- \. t .

4: a a r',. .; \', \'C ri riP f '

,. .. t. "
..'Ii. I- ,
..., ,( f-o(, \.; 'l'(.
... .\ .: '. ;\ ;,' .
!I'"" ." ... '" \ ,q',, ....! 'I .

f Pi't: ,; ,,. 'fJ ta" ;. .i, ';,,.. ._, __
< t. l'I'.r ;
.,' ., '" .;rt
"?j" ,.'lfc...; JJ .i., .'I" 'I .. ./:::.;\... ''If '!)" ,
'.. ,r "If tO' '" .' ,"' [ <
.r : -' '.

:- ., .. Fl C Fl "A. ,. S Sa '\ ,./ .." :.'J.
I. '
Irr.t S 571Atf a/1 v *'?yi ""jw
\ '.," \ trmM ou QUINA" cALlp KQNA : ,' ,, '." ."'".
rr.AtTRANTIA ,, .
': Atl RpE ftC1AN OVA titWVt big .' },-' ."
', ,r. .' .,
t <
\ < '

;; -DESER iT %,'.Y : 'l.r .. : : it.-tJf".! t y I, a'L l '.

5 'f IN MOR ALS 1"0 COMMAND 8 C JPOrWEtt} DO MORE' > :. /V"K. : ;
: : .
." .. r. t ," '.;.. ::4f't ; \ 1


yo I. a.- 3ST6. 12. TITUSVILLE: Indian :Biive r. F3&A.;. ;33't' RID,:A'Y:;' OPT. 8O 1691. ', IadO,. C. ";"; t. I

1 .

'LOCAL NEWS. -Mr. and Mrs.if. 0. Weaver returned -Mr. Geo.. Altree'returned., from his .,Mr. U. Ryder.ofbeooi''Park' ,='The ts Dave still la running Jacksonville In first we class observed f Tim British., .nahadt.Isindqribea.ieaNtMthEi ,. 1,1\' ,
to town but night. 'x visit to Cocoa on Wednesday. Long Island N. Y., 'arrived here orTuesdiy'evening order and doing/ an excellent business. ......".. >>e. .. : ,li, *.'

.o.n.etl. Messrs. M. and O, E.: Brown,"-from -Read the new ad. of the .Cocoa. :Furniture and started aex\"day Although not so large as the Everett It T it' /

1MIet7 nd Oeveral Oesslp la CMS., were In town this week. 4 Emporium on page &. Mgr[ hlfojd} home at :Rockltdge.Mif.jt Is one of the most popular hotels lathe .. Ia Is A.Au.sd TUns .. j. :g
with Indlma Snrer'.d Lak. MeMtWMk. ; Mr and <
Metropolis and ts ooadu ted by l]
-Mr. O. K. Wood "and Miss Addle = Grant Sherboiv of Mineral The first of hut September we drew attentioa ,( : r f ,!
atloaf rr
tl.a.dariap. Brief m -'Mr. A. r... Oreen; representative oi Mrs. S. U. Peck, who are ably'assisted ,
I......... Xrratat AVwct Peopl T m Wood,'of Cocoa left here for New Yorkon the Atlanta Fish and Ice Co.: ., has been;' Igdge, 0.; spent a couple of days In town I by our well-known 'genial and talented to the fact thai the above' IslandU ....... h.

li..r. Mid ?..pl. To. Drat Kaowpicked Tuesday. In town this week. on his Way to Juno, where he will join. friend-Prof. !iW H Peck. California' would soon'.be 'Joined .te,.the tnitedl,, !> l
iii\Jt7 ear Soetety Editor. the I claret Is one of the drinks placed on the State by a cable. Although,thq ADVOOATK : -> e
the winter.
Tropical Sue force for I
-Bread Is the "staff of life. Altree'syeast
-Cast the advt of at the above .
upon .new cUaDertable.tre. charge
your eye '
Information -
HP" Acrrertisements upderhI..' headIng cake never falls to make It.. lOo of the pavldge Fertiliser Co,,.wbich will _\Wofwant= money"'to loan; on'absolutely hate". : obtained: the : ,from fjrood ;:,.
authority la London the,,W* ::ws* ,
23tf. eke refit\ .t /
turns ,
are ten cents per line per week. package; J6e by maiL be found on page 6th.MivF. estate security; .In 'The Matj B. Ashore. oomtdtored 'a canard,, 1ft many.,of our' ;Jr'1f :\

: Carter of'ieslmmee Marshal Circle has gone down the E. Heath, of New :York; nN ranglni\ torn' $800 to'OIOOOD Loans readers as w.D.. by the State papers. 'I it.f l..
-Kr J. U ,
: O. i rivers and. Wm.; Futch is acting. his rived here Monday and started for his net tin'.Per cent .to' lender free."bf expense. Spedoo eM dduocnke., We stated the fact that .would shortly t

In.town again.Mr. I eputy.Mrs.. famous grove.at CUftoD.} Wednesday.Mr. ) ;iBobblns A Graham TitusvlHe, JuPwtta, ursday,night have,,direct; telegraph communication, '. 'J"J"
between London and ..theBritish
W. W. Fansh, of Baltimore was I .- and Miss Whiting, who has H. A Hodges, lumber merchant 11e : 4 14tf :The schooner Mary B.,pf Lake worth> Baham Islands.Jupl"r.aud, and that Go ver-. '; .t', .f If p If.;":"'
'la town Wednesday. I been north during the summer, returnedto of Satsuma. Heights, lies been on the :;-The:"'panel for,, Jurors foe ;,4h*. r,):. e-wfted by Capt U. DvUeadriokson and nor Ambrose Shea;6f Nassau, who.... I(

--Miss"Kate Eyer, who has been spend- Melbourne Beach today.Mr. river. in the Interests of hie company. term ofjthe County 'Court, which,.widconvenejoa Wund fii>na Jacksonville to Lake Worth In London, had mad ,aa announoemeni': 3 f.'...'. d'to

j, lug the summer in North Carolina returned .. 'Geo.. Magrnder of Oak Hill, -Th* contest between J. P.;Turner A3o. .the seeend Monday, the Cthprox. with a heavy load of frelgbt,went ashore the made effect for that the arrangements laying: of a cable had from been ll'funr ':

to Cocoa to-day. whose grandmother, died at Rockledge and their competitors, ,for the shoe .-, lire drawn by the Clerk of Court; today, the sea' being very tough and a Jupiter Inlet to Nassau,N. P., and that ., :'f' E

-Capt and Mrs. R. P. Paddlson will this week returned home yesterday. trade; of this pliwje,'has been decided; on Shei-tff. ''tad Dr.. Wilson, last Monday: ; stiff brews blowing,at the time. It 1s the !contract provides that the same shall /"
their liver NOT. and were as follows William Watton, she .'C1I1.beoome a complete be In working,order by: about December
celebrate wedding on Its merits, and the former gct.lt by a probable ...
-Send your watch and clock 'repalr- J:. 80th of thl.ear. A* the,cable .
G. Proctor, A. L Saeger W. Andrews Jupiter t V
*, be lost
been married 2 5 large majority. wreck and that the cargo will er
let hating yean. tug to Chas. K; Morgan, successor to J. O., I...Lyneh M C. Olnutead will connect with the United States government "

M.; H. A. Hodges,' f' Satsnma. J:. Ender A Co.:,'Titusville. 8* its-Mr. L. R Decker has moved one of J. T. Sad 8. L. JefferiTjP..R..Dlac .' J. considerably damaged." laid wires, to TUusvUle and ". I/I';,
Heights has been OD'tbe river this week, cottages on'the river bank twelve C. Brown, E. J.'i>aYl.,and O. E. Chester.Mosirt. Jacksonville. The Bahamas are a chain .'
-We acknowledge pleasant call from feet west, and Is busily engaged addinga of Islands lying between ill'degree* A3 -\ '
}h. "
in the Interests.of his lumber firm., Mr. B.,W. Jerome and his bride on Fri- kitchen and veranda to it He will, Pace A Doyle,:'of Banford; ,Eau' Gallic.Tle 87 degrees 84, N. latitude and 73 degrees- ...i;' '.'

Parties:wishing to charter1 boats Jot day last also, 'add another storey to the' hous baying purchased the, :Allen bulldtag,' .yseht. Flirt waa on bur river Sun 40mlnutes 78 degrees W.laagitude; aad' 1 tiJ+

Indian River, lake Worth, or Miami; -We regret to learn of the Illness.:'of and now make'occupied other by Mr. and Mrs.- Boyd. they have eommflnced..business'as whole- day last, 'With her' popular capUIn and are about QO miles' from '.Juplt r. -Th ." f. ''
Improyem nta. Mr. C. ,, calling''on consists of about 20 Inhabited la } :,}
and dealers la boxes Campbell. on bosrdv group ,\
'call tale orange' ?
G. Altree Titnsville. 0ei
(; pr write to out esteemed friend Mrs. W. S. Sheet; -WAn experienced and ''res- friends.Mr. lands, and an Immune umber of rocks,,

)( -Mr; J. T. Reynolds has been appointed of Fayettevllle, NC.i; but are pleased to pondble fertilizer salesman for the;IDcU.: Th paper.y.bave: hoops.received and nails pearly, hay tea, grass carloads,eta Percy McMillan and family are comprising an area ot about'6,704 square .II ,t. 'it

1 agent for the London Globe and note from latest report, that she .Ismuck an River and contiguous country goods b4 rb week.. now located th their Eau Gallle home miles, with a population of abont 60\000. .', .
better.It well known and highly esteemed;: Ad. k4bind I Nassau 1s the capital The.oUmate't.. :t. .
Liverpool Insurance Co, In this town. for the winter season. We are glad >to "
Mrs. said to be those' Islands
Jno. salubrious
that' dress with terms and references Carey and child, very on -C' ,
-The steamer Sweeney win be hauled was close figuring enabled t'Fhospho-Peruvlan," office of :EAST of 1t ebelter, N. Y., arrived la Jatksonvlll'c have \hem back among us again. .- in the winter and J large 'number< ,' ',; t'
9" .
oat on the ways at New Smyrna to-day. the Buaart, sell shoes clothing COAST A VocaTL' 12'tl' iIboard the Algonquin' Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Jr.. O. Watton'snd Master 6f Invalids.and tourists are visitors.toMassau I ;

t She has been delayed owing to wet cheaper than any other house in Brevard -Dade'Oounty-Phintink:- elaterjard.:: morntnf, M eight o'clock. Mrs. Carey Claude were the guests of Mr. C..J. Hector every season., The Bahamas,,. ; '.

, county; but the goods are there to show ens has commenced/ and will be done'-,on I! tot4tour representative that they were at the Melbourne Hotel for a fewdays were made! a British settlement! In the" ,
i weather. for,themselves. .. a large .oal .: Tbd area planted In pineapples going tft take a trip down the Bt Johns last week and report: having spent year 1002. ..
&. 'E. Valentine of St. Paul : their pleasant ; The above' statement proeato be" tl'j\ 1
-Mrs. greatly exceed that of River on way to belt winter home a. very Urn1! 4' i
Minn., arrived here on Friday Y idng'e .'Messrs. J. S. Watson Co.'s schooner year, the demand for slips any I. fat previous .in ,at EaA Gallic.-: Mr.:and Kno.reT.IOII, Capi. John lou.to>>'has one pih_pre' correct, although It was' dis-bolleved. t
R. A. Hardee, left here for'Miami on and uild left here for Eaa GalUe today, from the fact that the u. 8. 'govepimencnor ,. .y :;h
/ of the 1
train, ,and left next morning, for her excess supply. AU crops are excellent est garden spots fa this aedUop '
the, Western know nothing'Ibout
place at Tlllman. the 16th Inst and arrived at COCOAnut including citrus fruit..-. J'requeDt ,<-M. E. P. Forcher, bC.boortney/ growing at the present, onions' 0 !1Iij11l It Union Mr. :Lanonette( the t.t t'i;
although ; .
I Grove on the 19th -one of the quickest rains and weather : .
generally good growing hereto Jacksonville lettuce
p*Saturday nrornIng's es, turnips, peas, potrtooc f. : I J'I'
chief of the Bureau here
-The Keeley Institute located at 1 tripe ever, made from Tltusvllle" to Bar prevailed throughout. month.... I traIn or"to*pwrpe**of meeting dishes, squash, etc. "- ,::,: and Mr.repeat11'Obeypommunieatewith 1 ) ,
Fla. is branch of the I ayne Bay wIfe and r' |
Palatka, a Dwight MonthlyJEfuJbCAK his little, daughter who had W
J. o.Watto luformed fesi the WestanTUnlpn -- I
Institute, and all those afflicted with the 1 -Pace A Doyle, ,wholesale and retail -The many remarkable cures, 'ofUquoj been north -nearly '!.. mont. They C.p&Mrs,Carey and tunllyleft oobMia u ; : Telegraph CoH to obtain pftrtloil-r[' *r,1{,. ,, .

liquor;opium cocaine and tobacoq habits. dealers In hay, ;grain, 1ee'd. fertilizers, :' opium- cocaine and tobacco hub arrived Jn Jacksquvllle on board tbe N. y", on yrida' qo .. iIlrdrforf\ r |ars but all they knew ,was'what they' i ...\-
orange boxes, paper, hoops nails etc., It., effected bv the use of Dr. Keeley's, Iroquois about three o'clock on Sunday i .
ll8tMrs. home at Ella .i, and ,.peet' to-te* ) the ADTOOATK. Mr. Lanouatta j. .
should Investigate. for
I haT Just opened the large building near I afternoon, aed Mrs. Poroher, told she
by-chloride of gold remedies, is, conclusive us main ort their-beautiful, piantattpli) lbi re&CJJ" .; ns that he'has-receivw! *, '
U. D. nendrlokson 'and 'Mrs. I the railway station:,,.known, as Alias's proof that these dangerous diseases was one.of the happiest of mothers, because '.' 'ffXr. from the governmentInforming: '
Moon who have been In' Jacksonville lall, when all the above goods'may be can be cured.' Correspondence solicited, her little daughter, who had un leartouDd.'r .y" 'a him that thi 1 cable will shortly be laid! :1It" '
rthelr: obtained( as'!,belp; as at any. wholesale Keeley Institute, Palatka;Fit U.8t dergone. operation bv'the toelebrated J. L. Harrison It gnlt t1 e iw.. tifew Nassau' and !It is ,r r ;
for,some time. past, returned to { house in Jacksonville. 12* DivTbelpa, of New York :W'QPmp{et -. car"RtokaAlp shown u. _. j 'UJ'PI1' '.' "
Kr.8"eTen.rUie A.;; 3,JCMohel l' the Wsatfea* .Iet'-rl1li" ; ,,I-
home.. Lake 'Monday's "": Teesdaymorel Mr.-: .ad Mrsv'-Porlier' oa.th l1o C it,: .
""t W.orth 'on. = lytewe \:: has just put wet a pro1Ql.l p "
WW.4Tubke'r''e4th.if.ga .. .
-M1..a.l\ 's sea ef.rXr+ MeI W-StorW .c J.Jaolr. ,per at J Jptter, .11"-* appointed as ; a
.steamer, : ?' < '/'" :*f.*"'}-'*< : okssJWstau ,'ar.. sonviue-Invited 'Ot e''ADVOaavrstaff ; fantUy etnraed to Courtney on Monday neat lady here.Anyorders' that may line wfiloft. ,' .-r::.,1 twill
: L'Ueath' of York ais, night Mrs. Poroher Is a sister of the favor. hina.-ta! the building llae, will i Ie atorJgr''thlanew'telegrsph .) :i
.Mr. F. : New' ;: rived J.Q torn W.tdeesdsy-evenln .:.In to view the framework of the new connect ,with".Tltusvjne) Jackson' ; '" } ..'
rived here on. Monday evening's':train, Tucker and son Wll\!leave bere.t>n Monday steamer In conn of erection for'the popular proprietor of the Duval, an4 artistically,&d:expedlttousYt.exeouted.We \ ? villa,itew York aid London.5 ,1.'In ;-r: 'f f
for 8t, J,. l.to open' the St.-: Lucia also I to Mrs. Harold E,Trower, Jack, oD- forwsM'wlth pleasure Nassau has been favorite resort '.' "* '
and started for'hi.'well-known: .orange : Canaveral dub. It Is being built on a sonvllle who well known In' Atlanta are looking long q ','f
the Dammit on ''Wednesday' hotel' Wharf, just west of their works, and th* was circle so to tbs' arrival of out worthy townsman for Americans during the winter...... ''r .f't :
grove- > -H b'9turckifdlsbar: who has carpenters appeared to b* busy planking t II society *of before Florida leaving; fort Mr. John AspinwaU, W..r.IDtol1l1J; Its climate U salabroua, and society;at Si I f. s t.. .'
morning.' t finished his pineapple contract, has now, her. The work progressing, rapidly Metropolis! by that gentleman, oa his last visit to Nassau Is excellent f>Hundreds, of "* t: f "ill
California wines may be purchased received a lane, consignment cf first-. and the outriggers lor the padd]*< .-; lt, Frank,Iron monger told one of Indian River, that. m his return to Eni* rIMS ave been<< deterred'from ,0b2g \1 .
'from $3.00 per ease at Wanklyn A Co,'*., lass Havana tobacco, and Is prepared to wheels lore hi position. Mr. btevenssays the ADVOOATB staff some funny tales, Gallic, h. anticipated building a. church Nassau by the one ebJeeUont-1: lack Of J

Bay street Jacksonville.;. The best wines supply.domestic, and. foreign cigars.. of she will be ready .by>> the'are of wbli ad his, residence on ,Main street oa his land facing Indian River. telegraphic wnamanlcaUonwith the balance -*e.1 '
the finest quality, at the most reasonableprioew Jsnuary.Ideaars.. J Jacksonville, OB the evenings of Sunday of ctUbrat of the world Wealthy and proraUHnt \.;;: ,
| ever Bold,at so low i price: Try, them Address H. Malabar sad We the Masons lost Mr. Frank Turner ODe our like to1 aka Jew. months'
C. Starch .. Wanklyn A Co., th"we} Monday fancy ed gardeners. Is going, Into eggplants people \ .a W
and be.convinced. *tf known wholesale WIne and spirit'chants mer... one good candidate owing the thrillIng cucumbers cabbages beans eta. lot, vacation,.but at the same tine *t& do
Mr. A. A. VardeuV of the Macon son of'Pinator.Quay, ; of Bay and Hogan streets,'Js
Fish and <> started for,Macon accompanied bv Mr. Ge Wilson, left who ,are the sole wholesale Joke4 was that of the photograph raised cabbages weighing from twelve to cut off from telegraphic comauoloation1with 14". 'tt 1
11Co. here on Saturday for Beaver, Pa., and agents Florida for the celebrated >nd of ar hold,;bad man, He was twenty pounds each, on nigh plaa land: horn. On doe not know what IJ. ,
last week to attend the wedding,of his while on the train he was very much California wines, are big seal a photograph of a young man com-, might happen during their sbsence and ", b
1 brother. Mr. J. S. Allen took his place tickled over an article on his< father In bun '" In this State, and doing Uon lag out tram.Oermspy. .who could 'not Mr. W n. WI1I D'. house nearly com sometime a ton word message mat save d" J. ,

j Jut Friday's Timet-Union. Mr. Quay informed of.our readers is drawn to the'extremeoheapuesaoftbeswlnes.whleharegeb speak English, aaw''sh i was. requested by pleted.! With the new addition-two thousands ofdollajs,'by, directing those .j"*F'
here.BUIlD.... b getting brisk In J ck. us that his father's residence this ys Bg f- brother to forward bed rooms, reception room dining room, who may be lefrrb charge-tow to act '. ".
at 8t Lncie was nearly finished, and ting a world-wide reputation for pumv' him on &0.his place to Booth Florida.Heshowed etc.-It will be quite acquisition to when amergenafes%...... The telegraph] i- ,j.
eon vllle, and, The Travelers gets a good that he was only going north for-two or ixcellence and quality. >Messrs.1 jWanfcyn the phot, arotla paying it Eau Gallic,, Mr W. Is also about to puta will be the first step In bringing .Doug j 5 ,
> share of patronage, as usual Mr. Bur- three weeks, and then return to Indian A Co. Inform that they are'selling' was that of s fugitive from justice, for staff of negroes to work oa his grove, closer communion with Bissau. Threw 'A !: hi
{'ton K. Bam the popular proprietor River. California wines at price never Wore whom be was on .wato Nearly every clearing up aad beautifying the grounds fourths of the trade of that city, at present l. t ; ',.
fellow .who saw jit. declared he had a around his house. comes to the United eMteeT....-, I
(till holds his own. -Xr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown and their attempted and It would be well for oar' 'il'IRPlo 1
little Louise returned hen reader to order a trial case of this wine, murderous looktltlrrib ad the features ofa Treutier has nearly !finished the communication Is only the 'be- '
_For sale,-Steam yacht: Sassacus.I daughter on bad Mayor not
all will
of closer relations. It
J they were nicely ginnlag '
will sell for $1.600 andguaraDWe Monday evening, after a very pleasant or send for sampl**. very rock foundation for Us block of new .
I Cost $4,800; over It, for he said he found the be manybefore w* win have a Una .1M.
i everything perfect or BO sale. visit to New Hartford, New Haven, Burton '-At the Invitation of Capt A W. young fellow en board .a Clvde steamship store, which will be three .enterprising 'of mall steamers from Jacksonville or,, \ -. '...
Without exception the.handsomest' New York and other place north. Bale, on Tuesday a representative of and he.was 'quite handsome, and Now Is the time for some i better and more, convenlant still, from '
I steam yacht on Indian River. For fur The arrived In Jacksonville, Saturday the ADVOCATB visited the steamer Progress had a face -Innocent as a child H* merchant with capital, to start a wholesale Canaveral or' Indian River InletThe .
then particulars, address Hodgson Bros., on the train Instead of the Clyde line which has been purchased by the remarked how easily people ;wen deceived and retail business.' There Is no finer run could be mad In from,'twelve'to '"
82mo steamer Iroquois, as they Intended- Th Indian River Steamboat is location on the Indian River to do, a *
tau Game, Fla Cd. It lying and came to wrong conclusions fifteen hours, by steamer from either of '
trip from :New York to Savannah.... at the Merrill-Stevens wharf at Jacksonville large business. A good store I* much
-Mrs. R 8. Sheldon' Marechal Kiel wi'boa'th. slightest cause. n.'pye th.1atter points, and hundred of tow, 1,1
rose bush it a vigorous young giant not a pleasant one, for the lea was turbulent ,' and arrived there with Captains a sad tale of bis experience of the Miami needed here.. nets would much ,prefer to takes run'over ... I
worth seeing. It Is supported on "a and the passengers sick. Mr. Watson and Bole, and Chief Engineer' mosquitoes and land; and from what he Our pioneer merchant, Mr. H.. R. Olm- to Nassau, rather' that"go to Hav- I '
frame, and has a spread of 23 feet and and Mrs. Brown filled in the time Sun Fitzgerald of this place, on board,.Monday told our representative the ADTDOAT stead Is doing quite a large business anna. It would be much more pleasant .pl) '
a helghth of 9 feet When covered with day receiving and paying'calls In Jack afternoon, from Savannah This la under the impression that neither Mr. ills good and prteea.-.em to suit the to spend a few weeks la a. clean city ;; ",1The
"roles, to call it a beauty fa'just where sonvllle steamer which Is to receive athoroughoverbsut Ironmonger nor Mr. Lorrimler will ..howthefr' purchasers He has just received Urge among English speaking ,people, Wes I
the poverty of language comes In.-NewSmyrna -Xr. and Mrs. O. L. Lucas and child. \, is a sister boat; to the J. .W. faces at Biscayne Bay for a long consignment of hardware dry goods, la a notoriously filthy one, among Span- ,; '
Ertete.Mr. of Eden, accompanied.! by.Mrs, Lucas': Sweeney, and looks very much Ilk her; while eta Asking him U this WM his Xmas lards. Those who-'-went to Nassau oo l4 ,,
mother and Mr. Lucas' sister ana uro- she Is, however a larger boat, and will _'Mr.'C. H, Walton one of the' stock be had juat got la, he replied "No Capt. / last winter spoke "ft I
of Mil- "
W. M. Merwln proprietors
and J1aeh.r"lacht
ther-In-law.lef here for Jacksonville on be used for carrying freight on Indian of the Tltnsville APVOCATK Is sir; all this stock that you see here now In very clean.sor. ai;
lord, Conn. registered at the Everett Saturday morning. Mrs. Lucas and her River. Mr. T. Murphy will attend to and will be sold long before that. And be d.rI.tate of the capital Of the Bahama tIslands. \
lAIhe city paid the Metropolis a .
Jacksonville, on Sunday afternoon, hav mother left Jacksonville for Baltimore her boilers, while the Merrill-Stevens Co. visit pleas doe not run a little steam launch op ,; .' .:..4lJas
ant Saturday afternoon. Mr. Walton
lug arrived ',on the steamer Iroqnols.Mrs. on Monday and Mr. and Mrs. Turner we understand her engines and down the river to seek customers, I
Merwln Informed us that they had red new report his section a prosperous Key West ,ldr.rtsw sayst. Nat
started for New Orleans the following provide her with smokestacks.In either. Tbe home trade Is as much M '
and headof
eoadlvonl the at the
a rather stormy passage from New York day. Mr. Lucas, feeling lonesome, then company with Mr Stevens and Engineer *ADVOCATE be can do. sin has the finest winter climate for lnvallds >> /In
and that then was a deal of sickness on returned to Tltnsville and will leave for FlUgerald our representative viewed .proeessioB, moving along*nicely. and Is becoming more sad .more 't,. j
board. They left for their' home. at Eden to-night's steamer. We noticed the works, and according to all This gentleman has the same name .Car;;J. O. Walton Is still beautifying known ..Ye'11"Th.... frost or shfnr. .... !
Rockledge on Monday night I attended on all the entertainments at the Merrill-Stevens Co. must ap (CharM IL Walton) .. a former well planting fruit trees, shrubs, never comes. There sadden --change bI 1 y;.;..
they be pearances known newspaper man la Florida, ''w bodied flowers eta He has about tea acres 01hIla temperature so frequent in.Florida, u4 .. n' }r. ,
Smith of the Banana. the Opera House while they were In doing a good business.Qu1te ,
-Mrs. John Bs U the harness at Ta.nah.about hammock land cleared, 'and his this slden of the Gulf Stream, are .
River settlement near Tropic, arrived in Jacksonville.Mr. a number of Indian River'and sixteen/.J'eua ago -while owner( the Mouse stands la the centre, surrounded known. A norther generally last Sony..> \ ;
town with her son, from Boston, Tues- Geo. M. Bobbins accompanied Lake Worth folks were met In Jackson Tallahassee Sentinel and Jacksonville by orange lemon and other trees. One days|it I* a grand to watch It*' ,
hay evening, having come by way of h1 t his wife and son, and also by Mrs. M. vllle during the past week br an ADVOCATX Dally Florida Union. He was a master portion of the land Is allotted to poultry sea break over the rocks of Hog L1anli _. i'
Savannah In 1 the Kansas City; and to P.E Bobbins and Mrs. McClellan, who left representative, a* w,U as others of his ttade,,which th* elder members vf raising, and a ft.. poultry and the lighthouse. 4' r .
-Jacksonville and TitnsvHle by train. here on a seven weeks' trip to New England who are known to many of our readers.Mr. the era/l here... attest Mr. Walton, would be hard to And.Wets a brood
They report the weather as being pretty returned home Wednesday evening. and Mr,. Eaoot and two daughter of TitosvUl. though resembling la appearance of young turkeys (the celebrated. browse
..'cold up north and la Boston It was A grert portion of the time was spent are to be found at 143 West Union street and manses somewhat the de- turkey), four months old standing about The Town .
aDOwtllr before they left The sea trip visiting Mrs. W. D. Mussenden, a sister looking as well as ever: Mr. and Mrs. 8.LorrImler. ceased Walton, says he Is no relation nor eighteen Inches highs; also ducks hatched "
a Savannah was very pleasant and very of )(n. M. P. RobMns, at Bath Me. their charming daughter Miss had he hoard before of him. The vi.Itol last April that weigh eight and nine Ooourred last xd.t. with the fol Y : '
:*! [UeBea-slekn vaa board. They eto fpgdln Mrs. Mussenden and her charming Laura, Mr. and Mr*. F. M. Ironmongerand Mr. W. was much enjoyed and It .. pounds each. This Kcntiemaa Is about lowingre.dtasdrownbytbentarueog" ;.r" ;Tr,' 1'1
town Wednesday waiting for Mr. daughter. Miss Katie, spent; a' winter la Master Joe.LonfmJer are snugly ensconced hoped that be will repeat It again soon." putting good breed of sheep upon a the Inspectors_ .. -. :: ;
x Smith W come up with Ida boat. Tltusvill two years ago, and will be remembered In a nice residence miUaia Jacksonville J etrofX/a*, f'-AuOlW pe- portion of Us land t also a Jersey eow, roa KAToa- ; : ? :
-Xr. J. W. Huntington who has pleasantly by the many street; Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Pope resideat ealis fact la eo&oAatioa with Charles tour family..., .... la asking him afew B. R. Wilson M, D., M; T. W.fimltk, ,'" :r.-
been a couple of months at friends they mad at that time. Th Springfield la one the eofiest of IL Walton the old!\ tim Florida editor questions h* 'said: "Who would lire 1} JohaFoy.l .
his home la l rttord. Conn., arrived In above party also visited Boston, New homes, lighted throughout by incandescent who has been sleeping the,sleep of the la a cold, damp climate, to suffer from we. U.DItJuuuq ," .tk'
Jacksonville on Tuesday morning, coming York. New Haven, and other places, and electric lights. Mn.E.C.!>D.arbora Jostf more than sixteen rears. Is the rheumatism, and all the Ills of a northern T Banders, 43} U. F. Puree, 40;, i '"
'.: by of Savannah. He say the then left by steamer for Savannah from Mr. sad Mrs. Jao. Carey Mr. and Mrs. peculiar coincidence that, bemesteadwhich clime, and be frozen up la winter E, L. Brady 83; 8. D, Gelger, 83I| T.W.; ;t'
of. way the Kansas City from New York which place they took the train for Jacksonvill : W. M. Brown Mr. and Mrs. MerwU Mr. yean age he' entered a and burnt up la summer, when ae tar Smith, 10| R. O. 8crllD Our, 1U. .;
trip to Savannah on was delightful th* sea being and on to TUusvUle. The sea- J. B. Beach, Capt and Mrs. U. D. liesdrUkaon he afterwards abandoned, !. Seat live put of doors among sn&shhte anddower tans MAasctAi Axis coLLaoroai.B. ..f ,
calm. He stopped la JacksoaTtiie trip was very pleasant with very little and Mrs. Moore Capt. Bole, m JQ, of T. 2T 15. K. Vl JO, nest XIII for about nine month fa toe A. Circle 91; W. Fetch 0.roa .'
quite until Wednesday for the purpose ol sickness on board. They report a mat I.. Engineer Fitzgerald Mr and Mrs POTehi Qalll: sod that fifteen. years afterwards, jyearf This gentleman has self-register- CJUKBJK A.D TaaAscmaJii ...4.
another horse, and then left enjoyable tim while ; but still >, Proto Peck Mr. and Mrs. 8. IL his foDowefftf the same name and craft ling thermometers, which a* set CA his 3, W. Rogers, SO]i'U. B. Archibald, t.r, ,
purchasing his at Anraatia. He will, Mrs. Bobbins says sh Is glad to be home Peck, Mr, and Mrs. Harold E.: Trove entered s homestead is the same section, arrival, more than five yean ago and roe .euaoaa ';_ _
for pines be: la town to-merrow evening.. tgaUu Mrs. McCUUan was a good saOor and many others weD know oo Isms within half .mile of ti.epot .n.* his la that tiara the highest temperature J K; f. 01'81,10; John Foy,J. */,' ..IS

He probably brought back with aim a mta-eer-' and ski stood th* voyage welt, without River the ADYOCATB WM pleased to nsmessfce pitched.. U* tent, maov"J&c jean reacted "..tJi the fewest, O, la, the For stock ordinance.*20;, against stock"OrdJaaa "

vial to attend to things at Aarantia any symptoms of sea-alckneas. greet while la .1itboa De. before ... < Kk "t rf' ..



/ t-
"' ,,

I J < ,.
.. : ot r' .
.. : ..( 'J i i
,' -. ', ,
:. .3

;;',z. ;:" '..,..- ...;."t ,,-iF:: :. 1

I It .. r

: .
: ;
.' : I
,' '
'. '
"- "-- WH, *CTW B9&WH3s55W5P : ,
wr wiu imviw' vpn jWpiuwjEmiP. nip "" "'f d ,'i, ';,.-, -, -1-r., -' -.,, .., '','''''. .'-'... ...,..;; '': ; .
"+- .t'
+ ,"." ;; \ "tr'.f" -

: f;
:I te1 '.

p '

'Bast Coast ; J i> RIVER PRQPIRTY.* i yyiNCHESTER': : -0=

k4pbate.rfT ,
:, ;
"' ., "k.
I : > ; t ," ,, )' -':- JX, >1 '
.,...-.-- :. rJ"
: Excellent Jn Real <
; \; Bargains .J 'j'.Ii + fl' jREPEATING ARMS' PO. ; ,
USVULF ) FLORIDA.' : on'Indian Httr.ni: t .. <

.tJon} 'f..sold flo,think IhTtime will f The aw i of'sejcf &ctio'$'84, i 't yJ 0 1 : .. .. New-"Haven \ <

'come:tylicif. n'lnan can heat t' ,and light i I : t! e- 40 acre's{oDkpentusdti; dp-- 4 Send ..fOi.t- AL ,: ... '_, .,.Ft i. .. .'I .'I.l...., "", ,
elboTne; pronounced by county .. L. .
his house for nlxty cents a year* J I ; ( 'to be an excellent piece of pine' 80 ag a Illustrated l ,Catalogue., 1(1J1/0 \ '\'. Conn'' j;

Price, |20 per acre Ad
Tlftfti'tli": Tujfoblatt; 8ny sr 8lioutet. l :is selling l at frora'.MJ to ;'

J.'rtlnoo and Un 111 Immedlato'Cousequonco! : ; Lot 4 of section 24 ;tSTJk 40 ; = i
al1/'p. !' on north shore of St:\tucI6 .
'woaW botlio 'cxi.'ulioa, ol\ 'l:lIlt nd 87-100' acres; thrice, $23 per m-ri T tt o

from Kijrpt. 4t'y > '. ; .
; f X,44 of see 25, ,t 87, r 40 e, ,
Only about one-quarter-'o th 5crican AT" I: ;; I acres, half mile front on south "

Indians have to depend( 'Oil I:: : |St.. .'Ludt'rijrer. : ; Excellent' > laud at. ...; D iDJ fa

Uncle Sam for The others "
support. : Lot, 7080-100 acresj; lot 2, : H't dJ
are independent, and some of ,tben' \ {) acres;' lot 8, 55lfMOOi, actea, ;, :l )

aroevt'n! rich I > ,. ,-. .- .0"' ..... i- J l 20, t, 87. r 40 e.,.,, Each lot has a ". . .... _. ,-- .._,
a mile front on St. Lucie river, "

Among the'pcr'rhniienl decrationsio '*of the'T yndall etttcnsivecpinenrple'A 'tyer. The f f' i 1 OE1 A L KJ: : DS f ,

be /ldJo .....),.tho..votlbui .of the J ; have a combined. jTroutue( ,

White Iliiue tr;, portraits of iWnnhl ,g.t ; of a mile on very deep : "
; being sitttited on the south BANK VAULTSVAULT- J t. .
ton and Lincoln, painted on the wall I
11.-... .' : ?! the brand St. Lucie are HDSO. ,
over fie I nmntlcplcci" : 'I from dangerof frost. $20 per ., .

--....----.:- .... It these tbreo lots in1 ,a body, or DOORS
Tho old inoiiarchiuj! } ,famiUc4., ,ot I ( ) for either lot separately.
Franco' luto. the, exceptional' bnr /alo--a better -
ore gradu-illy: drifting
than the amount required to STEEL RAIL AND CELL WORKSOF
Ciirnot ,
receptions of Mm wjfe;of, prove up on 'a hotnctttead at S

tho Fionch, prc hlont>whlclr mean's, ; is not dependent .upon pro CINCINNATI Shortestf:and
aflserr3 the No\:;Orleaiia'ffine+-Dcrno- and perhaps long delayed sat is.: QuickestC IMPROVED 'CONSTRUCTION.
crat, tin I tho Rcpublle.' facilities. Tnpartment and Pullman Palace :
Lot 1 of see 80, t 87. r 40 e. ,
Cars without m'
Sleeping through change, : TIMA.TI'1b X'V : :
I on south shore of St. Lucie direct : ,
A dear 'case of hydrophobia ,pro* I cr mile ,,deep water ,,front.. In mating CENTRALUNIONOT connection : Oa, all. kinds of. Fire and Burglar 'Proof W
duce by Imagination reported from DEPOT for O I LOT I .
iWn A. : Lot 8 of see 80, t 87, rUe. And the 'and '
WEST with car'
Kcokulc) young man, who I' : Through "DIEBOJ.'Q SAFE&LOCIOJMPAY.
:: : of river front, on north shore forCHICAGO ,
bad (been nines by a dog was worked river. ',40 1-10 acres, at $23: lines and the .
nnou'by practical jokers! until he to- ; ; NORTHWEST "

came,mol'bht.I1.t finally exhibited{ all Nos..2, 8,4, 5 and, contain also with through carlines W. BUTLER
aggregate 430 61.100 acres DETROIT :. ,
the n/mptoms of tho deadly virus. His fcj 1
: in a body nt $15 per acre. and'Pwnts In C&J1.adal.and FJL.OR.IDA..A. .. AGENT '
a truvl as thoiightlens! practi,. BUFFALO ,
ni Well :good chance to inake 100 pet the East. 1 .

cal. joke, comment tho New York 11: t : : tban twelve' months. Only ono change of CATS 79 .:D TJ nsr: :EIBBOADWAT. ST-EEET, :
Lot 1 of 25 t 37 40
I' ,
is see r e,
Telegram, but there, valnd in the ,
/ <.TOS.lOd lot 3of same\Bee, Meridian NEW ORLEANS (n..1& )
proof it airords that,! case of supposed 'Quo Ie'on theno'th and the: Jackson, Vicksburg Points in ',
hydrophobia may ho' simply the result the 'so 'th shore of St. Lucia

of morbid action of the mliid, No': ; '!, lot has a.quarter of a mile in TEXAS 'waT.Passengers : : '' New York City.
on deep water. $30 acre
doubt It I is qnilo fit pafnful as tho rea'larticle. lot, No reduction it per both lots. via this line are afforded an 21 aug 91-18' mo. .+$

It you are' bitten 'bv a clog excellent view of out-Mountain'and; ...
bo ,sure it In rabid boford allow. Lot 3 of sec 24! -51 80-100. 'acres surrounding, Historic Scenery. -"
you : front on St. Lucid river J and E are making specialty this season of What .
.yourself go mad. i : see 81t; 87, r 40 e=77 acres, a C. RAT s. E. Pass. Agt. Atlanta .e "we' oat( PARAGON' HARNESS. \ &

7.sl-O"f- t ;} on St. Lade river, $25 per Os 1. Made r of the FINEST| STQCK and the very '
The c ;; Canada shows, l losses. or both lots. D. J. MULLANEY, Piv. Pass. Agt, I BEST
WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness
\ In some,of tho older piovlnaet and I I J.ot" of sec 23, t, 87, r 40 e, Chattanooga. ; ,
i acres with .. front ,cannot ,be, bought for less than $25. y
gains la fill the onto This 'IndIcatesa qU:1rtcr.mU. D. G. EDWARDS, G. P. &,T A., 1 '
river; excellent laud; $25 CINCINNATI, O., ,at :retail., But we are wilting, "
movement cf population from tho \ -: In order. to Introduce, .'It.. ,to \ "" .;
order to tho newer communities and \ Lot 4 of lee 8; t 88, 1 41 e, 38 SELL, ONE SET ONLY hO't. \ 'oh...

from the, country t districts to tho, cit ,of with St. Lucie half mile'river frontage, opposite! 'on RSpN's to. one,, person. ae a ... ;
ies. Only three provinces actually' -westerly from Bessey Bros. sample for 'f"A ,
,decreased in rop\\lntlou-Xe\V BI'nns.I I ; superior quality' of land, I : ... "'1 I-'Jo.. ".,. ',<"'V, "
i G.50. >/ot"a'
; ; rlok.. PifncoTSdward Island and Quebec old Indian Hula and .amp 1 tin .v A <"'#;' ..l> o:# "' .
<> \oj. .
I 'Price,. $23: pet acre. "tJ 07"o.; ,, ,\
{ The wheat region, Manitoba : So J ot bw 1 of see 2 t 83,s r ..... O ":. 'I> : ;:
end Winnipeg' ninLtf enormous gains* i : I idto of Bt Lucie river two O;;)) .P' v' ;< -9\f ''' 1
I "tJ : :
'Compared with the sixty-two millionpeople yards back from rlvei-xcelle"t I rinis r () ... !, .. t.b
.,. .
I .. : ?:..9'(0' 9 cf .<01 .\ (t v.of'::
lun I. Jon is of 0 K '
; plantatbn 1tlJ01' ; .
of the :
United States the Can a. L"t; .. : + +" f $ 1. '
Price $7.50 per acre preStroke YI !.JI. .. ... fJ'-
Dominion's; : # ; ,
'' o\1\
!dlan.; six: millions. seo in I pineapple Und. Lot 0\ ,and f t "'.:, j."... ....... ..... .t>(1' ..&0
.gmnll, bill,' ud,U the Washington Slar' II : J of leo. 15, t 37,. r 40 e, 65 I v. t .O Q..ci .. v

If ,it will make quite respectable eon. ; a clearing and field of i THIS !s. the machine that_ .. # >
,.set out, on'portl\.fork.:
I, ..ribuilon to Uncle Sam's sum 'totalwhen 'I river.. Price 1000. /'IrI1' used, .in1. the Office .

Canada comet Into>> the Unlou; ; .. land in the.tract. I Court-room, and for reporting -. .... -

sisterhood.. t : Lot 4 of sec 14, containing lectures and' -
and lot 2 of see 23, containing sermons LOVELL DIAMOND
all in 1 29, r 8S e. Very flue .
While -
Hijar-Ailinlral lielknap't of its speed Js than
survey situated opposite ,JLcco, on greater any fSoid! Tires STRl TLY'cn'o. 3 (lad {
Cushion fires
part of the PrtcifieJpie'paratory to tho ,,; free from frost. Each lot other known method, it is so ,simple .. 1 $8S' HIGH'GRADE. ;" I
$95 00
laying -of the ,proponed trans-PuciAe of mile!\ riytr front. Tnts. that any intelligent person can gain a ". MJ. i'Cos6loq :
telegraph! cable, ,indicates 'hat extraordinary on the north by*the re- speed of zoo or cadre words per minute 11roseboa 10.4. Convertible Solid Tires.,
of 8. F. Gibbs from Jno. In five or six weeks,,without the $35.00N0.4.C I
diffionltleg be
wlU oucoun i is about half a mile,north of, aid of an IntructoCircu1&ra and Ho. 3, Ladies' Solid Tires, -". 'Cushion,Tires
.tered., 11.1s soundings s
ence of ft trough or bnstu ,of, extraoridinary -, 'finest bodies of land )u the this 6 95.00't
paper. .
for the cut Mon Tires '
depth'mid extent along the cast adipted No 4iottor
,lemons vegetables or ,(: t' OI' .J IIS" :r
coast of Japan%nd the Kurflo Islands, \ ; : .. This place will not stand on ,, Warranted m (nomads, tf
and under the Knr: S\ voor' ;Japan fort i many ''days':' 8peak> -quick. Sole Agent.for U. S. and'Canada! ,

Black Stream' 'The La'iln'exceed. any separate,,$37.50 l ''per .acre, or .,,, ... ', .1; ,, I ltL'l'ARTS' anyi prlco,'
whole ,
kl'mlliw( dcprcsiilpn i nftiound ,In,'anTi;,I ; House and lot'in' TltmvUte; THE 1R'AVELEHS1"1: nfcrchan;e a Mn BisycljC3taloaa'Free.: j

Fier region of the great ocean* In,' { '.- f'Pallo''and' JulU:streets; ahlc. h _,

'MI run of' 30( ;mile'after leaving the : residence, of. Win M.'Brown. Jacksonville, Florida.' : .

. .coast o.f' Japan.the' waters! deepenedmore slot 75 by 03 and the house:it a5..Q0 .!!' -jam-i" -' ___' $88..oo;
nicely finished and good as
thaii 1800( : fathoms, and upon i $1,800 builds, ., Known as The Travelers, comer Bay and Cedar' J9I-IN. P. LOVELL' .Anl\.I : CQ.,

the next oast of the lead 'the wire residence. Bottom price troetl, Jacksonville, Fla. A Dew brick' MANUFACTURERS, BOSTON MASS:

/ brqlo after 4613 fothonn' hid been- I hotel, nearest to all railroad stations acid Stc4 lis eat+Jj damp fcf*w W"pplulnI, :i CktiloTi, if(.shift\Intlvtr,Jportinj Cooii oTill Ufcli,fti I
House and lot corner of Pine steamboat laDdiD Especially adapted
run out without bottom having boon .
north of the 1 ------
streets, just to transient business. Elegantly furnished ; -- -
readied. Thermometers specially eon George W. Martin. Very large rooms', single or en suit*. Table

stmctcd for deep-sea sounding werewrecked ,. but well built house, only as good as the best. This hotel was built,
by the unprecedented pres.cures. a few weeks ngoi; Cost over' furnished and operated as a $3.00 a day .
The 'I throughout, and. has house; rates are DOW reduced to $3.00 a
depth of the deepest cast and chimney. Price $400. dry, whiln .service U better than ever,
-five mile and a quarter, tho deepest House and lot, fronting Breakfast from 0 to 9; lunch from' 11:80to
water yet found-I*' sufficient' to hold in Titusville. just east of 2SO; dinner from 6:30 to 7:30. This "WANT :
mountains a. of W II. Enox. Fronts 50 Is the only hotel in Jacksonville serving A -AGON ?
two as high Japan'sgreat
Two Louses on the, lot; regular mcls sj these hours. All others
Fusiyama, one on top of the now rented to good tenant, at Ire at ,least one hour later Vie the We rare wagons, buggies, jurreyv High paosj as BbL,

other, and i'cn: ,the summit of the : Price, $27J-a great bar, fravelers omnibus",, the tickets save '83 strong, durable, stylish u beautifully finished! as modernized

highest would be nearly iwo-thlrd of tents each 'Way.BURT9N, manufacture can produce. Built on honor by'men of life
i Floe block of hammock
experience. Is
a mile under water. north of town park; beautiful K. BARR8 Honesty our policy prompt shipment our,
residence. Size, 250: by 333 sP< One ot the most remarkable measures make 14 good building ,10' Proprietor.ORPHEA nothing. May lead to business by and.by. Send for-our

enacted by the Prussian Landtag than half of this "block w catalogue. It, is free to every ,reader of this paper. Knghamton -
oak, and magnolia hammock. MUSICAL BOX Wagon Co.
.. daring the session! which ha just boon 50. Binghamton, W. Y

brought to a close, Is n law providing: ; Two ROOd building lots, np- I.Ib.I,atat'Iaye.tl.i u..._.I.. eSw1.. tf..I..t "BUILT FOR BUSINESS."
for compensation to agriculturist for, Tituiville publio school; ad. ble They and are the ....."--. uu4 ooinpUle. dart
Uvwical Bust
perfect made, sod
E a"1
ot Dakia
; uee)
damage duo to their crop by game, uambetottn ra ca- be ubaillal fw them. I
Size, 30 by 105 feet. Also a eomp'eto line of all other .tv .. and
say the Toronto (Canada) Malt. The etch. uzerom 81 oenUioJS dolUn TheLarR

damage U not to be paid by the own E } of nw i nd lots 1 and 1 all. stork ia America Tae m ...t appropiarialinx
t 81, s r 39 e, containing 144 anniversary' snit htlUd..y present
en of the g'ract who/ almost .Invariably Nuniuiunl Buz c't" l>< Guaranteed ti ...r

belong( to territorial nobilitybotb of half river mile, at of head river of, Narrow front, on, welwt'bonl and Cheek faten'e OaulllChi'IJ I ia 8Y K.its f--rj,rluid Tun And Cbxusc in rise, $65 OUR SILVER CiUEEN $65]

great and sriull.but by till other agri- Barbcr'tf Bluff. Good fringe U. 8. O.ner.l agents tur Oooocrt and Q oar:
,cutturl"..,tarm and pomatitu"whoee, front. Put marsh but Boller Oa- n.. Send.aiampi. for P.i-e-Gat. la It possible a/lrst-class Buggy with Silver-plated Dash Rail. Set
acres of good land in the tract. I.....t1."I..". Hue .ref.lI lr Urj.lrri a.4 .. Rail Handles, Hub Bands, anal Shaft Tips, for above prlco
crops ,/awe'ha/ : refrained from Injuring 0.,81 dt He... x I f
ou that particular occasion. The north 43 acres pf lot 1, 2S OctM. 1030 CIuMUuit At, l'lIi1ado1lphl&: 0 > '
t 'Iei'l'I
This extraordinary method of squaring ne J of u* J of sec lit t 37. r -- .- -- -- .---.--- zo !
|20 per aim This land is > ... > &II :qt) !: w
accounts mu t be attributed to the I F-.1 'iz < t ,
of Eau Gallir, just north of & e
fact, that the majority iu tho Prussian and,opposite Triple: about : : On... A/aD,/
Landtag! U computed almost entirely of mile no th of Go.nen post- OtlCZ Z 0 n >ZliSH S !
bluff front deep water k II.Z < > Z '
of petty tcrritornl uuUllr-Lho *o- I io
.. Land( j a sane vicinity ... < :'l
called Ititterg'utabeiItzer.: But it II Sct AMEja 'If )
within the past year at f1$ per w z
Incredible that a wan .o enlightened .. ZI tr w rc 5S 'I% ,v
and I Lot 4 cf sec 32 t 87. r41 III
progiet lvo as the- presents Emperor C 2 p ..p
laid. < 2 o |' (tL
of Germany should have given ; pineapple ct I > 00 : (
I front on St. Lucie river, ad. ct >
his sanction to a Uw tirhioh'lu 'the i t ,tion of Stewart & Gasllll puebra of l.tonrrbe sad se. w' 12 j
; U.4r..eaa. no w ro' ldQ' ; r. a I r
word of tho old proverb, "robs Peter of land for sale on St. Luue: Mu.tsu P.t..r. Q.rw.,Tad.tars. /
twrns+i.s .
' to pay Paul" Indeed under its pro I reasonable figure. aMUNN A 00. / Write, for our New 8O page Catalogue of alt kinds of Vehicle
vision tt will on soy of the above, half cash; \ael Hr.ad ay.sj1 I AddressSOUTHERN
Become more profitable
one, two or three Jr, at '
to have one's crop injured br gam I I c. Correspond with u*. BUGGY CO.

ttlu, to have them undamaged.: I 4 GKAHUC<<. Titus,ille;Fls. \ CINCINNATI OHIO U.S.o' ,

.. .t \
;, .I
, '' -. R "'

qC "'...1w._'_ ..i., ....., 10" ''''-- &,;:' ::::.:t.'xh8' ..-... .: ..; 1 A'NtY a 4-- irG:;

,. ';',' ,, .., ,. yf t _
P 4 ", : ',..",.\, ., ,'T ".' "t j. ', ; ,. '" .."' { T
.11' ". '" 'c -' -!


.. '" \ J -JUabout -*-.., 1'/

,dls assl 'aid" .. living issues .half, ;:me company ;.trcently' stewed
n settlement WIDE '
THE WORLD: contract f"r turDII
TALKS. ,, an immense flit
ALLIANCE fnvolvfcg the right, liberty and property Ya D l ri
ash, dora and blinds' for Ihe Columbia
of the hands
,_ ____ people. ,We derp: your expoeHon, irt Chicago and most of this i
brethren hands fraternally and patriot i
GENERAL TELEGRAPHIC AND material had been finished readl y ts
NEWS OF THE ORDER' FROM rally extended tons, and standing/ boldly for shipment was stored in the *
ana the ,Ocal -demand upper
flrmlyupon. CULLINGS
'ALL SECTIQNSL floors of the warehouse, and is,a total
d we :will move unitedly*nd. hopefully tn QOtt
the rescue of our country from the hand I lose' d0ii9pfihR i r

'Items of Interest to Alllance-. of the tpoilor, that we may restore the 1 Of Brief Items.of Interest From A Petersburg, Rnat\. cablegram .;?, OB9dCEfilGt ll6tE8B6 ,; ,
government to the people, for whose sole : I Tuesday) sajt i ,In view of the possible? ,
men Everywhere. Various Sources.
with China In regard' to
complication @
Inptittrted and to whom it
good I
No Alliancemon can k T'>rd to sit still. / Painter' and other territory which, It Is s iptt i It 9E '
There Is an important work for all. Let rightfully belongs the above the frffrtuite ,Jonathan Steward, of Trenton, N. J.' claimed hat been Invaded by Russia. the f
of liberty Corameh'ing/ eta tnade. an assignment Monday. : of Trans Balkalla in eastern Siberia '
.every cne strive to carry torch Farmer other things. i uijVernor 1
tO'tke: darkened hearthstone of hit resolution among : -nimnnsiy The Alabama state fair opened Tuesday .1 having" lake Baikal on the northwest r------'_ LARGEST ; ,
The shove wai un
i1tighbor,that he may >Ice the chains of says:, adopted by the North Carolina I I at Birmingham .and' will.continue two 1 and the Chinese' Mongolia on, the UNSURPASS i ,
weeks. south has ordered the removal 01'all
that the iTOtJE
bondage plutocracy are forging
State Alliance its recent meeting 1 lot his limbs. "Educate and agitate" Morehead. That body wan d ofrepresentative : Advices r.f Tuesday from Almeria, in I Jews \residing within a hundred kilometer PIANO FACTORIES L
are'the watchwords; cnmpo Andalusia floods In I of tho frontier. This action is taken, TOUCH
omhe hour. Carolinian 'chosen Spain; ; report great : '
North : It is d in order to keep tbo Jews +1'IN THE'le. n -
bv the members of our order' from every vicinity. a f 4
The North Carolina'Slate Alliance at county in thli'State. Similar expressionswere Cable dispatches\ of Sunday SOT i The' from acting as spies for China fv

its recent meeting, unanimously adoptedthe given out by each of the State Alliances severity of the storm in the Engltth channel A cablegram of Tuesday from Erfurt,
following of the South. All of these h unprecedented,' v OerAanv, says: Since the .extremist '

Resolved, That foils the sen!e' of the adopted similar re-olnticms in 1800. I The Socialist congress ol Germany "adjourned have left the socialist congress and have r %

State Alliance ia tceuon assembled! that And herein lies the hope and strength Wednesday. They will meet renounced all connection with the socialist .

every tnnn standing/ for flice in he gift$ of onr order. Fraternity and Unity be again'in Berlin ju (8na.: party, tho programme before the congress I

of this body, ,to-wit: President. Stcro- tween' the great industrial, elements of The pravinco of 'Granada' Spain; was baa been rapidly adopted and without "TEEEE HAUTE NEWPOET 1'i

tary. Lecturer delegates and nlt !rnatc* )hn country withont regard to sectional visited terrible'storm Monday. Immense criticism. Tuesday tho congress i ?.
to the National' Council declare or define difffrcnccs or Divisions, is the sheet anchor by a resulted.A passed resolutions favoring the printing 1
their position on the Ocala' platform; and of our safety, not holy san or. damage of socialist literature for the benefit of t

further, that we will nut aupportany man cnnization, but as pooplo. ,* Wa-hlogton dispatch of Monday tbe young. Another dispatch reports ',.
or.et, of. m"tn. for, these! positions wb> Much: concern is manifested by a cer- ayer Wilkinson eM' will bo the next I that the seccdcr held a ,tumultuous ttrI

does not stand, .unconditionally andun- turn close of partisan pnpers in the South United States senator from Florida. medting at Berlin and many members- of .''. '\

deservedly, upon said platform in its .en at t"he appearance In our ml 1"t' T'certain John Hoey- tendered his resignation:; as : tbd,moderate pnrty were expelled. ,

tirety.. Alliance represcntatlvp:! of our Northern tnannpi r of the Adams Express Company, '

'.*.S brethren. Much Indiscreet, not to say Saturday, it was Promptly; accepted., FLORIDA'S SENATORIAL WAR. ,

"There is .nothing in the Alliance unjust criticism has been indulged, and A New York dispatch says: The 1m- i '

movement at which any honest man or in rome instances gross misrepresentation- ported thoroughbred stallion St. Blaize, The Secretary of State and-flovcrnor ,

organization'need be alarmed. It does of these '''brethren has appeared in their was sold Saturday at auction for $100, Fleming at Loggerheads. MThI

not propose to mike war upon any leg,tl- i r..lurnn It has been bar that' they COO.. A Tallahassee! Fla. dispatch 6f' Mon- .'}

mate interest. "Equal' justice to all and : came ''here 'at the instance -of- certain lispatch of Monday from Bermuda day says IOn' Friday last John L. Crawford t ,,I ,
pcclnl privileges to none" it its motto. national' officials. The above resolution- Announces that a revere cyclone storm, secretary- of state ;attached his / \

The character of'ito' membership woulll j is sufficient warrant for the action of out dangerous >to shipping, I is raging at flee, signature and the great seal' of the State t...
be anfficient guarantee.of itho at State authorities in inviting them here. mud. of Florida to the copy of the proceedingsbf ....J I \;\,;'
it intentions the absence of i-;'''! W We are proud ..a..,. <' Ilk
a pot are glad they came. -A'four-story brick building corner of tho joint session of the legislature .. ij
tive declaration of its object's. It h of the 'kindly and fraternal' reception so Eighty-sleuth and Third avenue, New from April 21st to May 26th inclusive, tt'alent applied tot} .' t.j

,composed of as honest, hard-working: cordially extended to them by our poodle York was burned Wednesday night. certifying to the correctness of the same.' *ia.one of the most convenient pleuura and business vehicles for the lawyer1! '
poop!. as the sun shine one No peoplecan 'We hope they will -continue to This show, of course; the proceedings of nineia man or farmer on earth. Owing; to the construction of the body t,,
LOBS, fl25,000.. Mi. UgMt at the ume time wrokla, and i* the handpttmuft -,
possibly interested. good .g or- ,I o'vneandin iucreaicd,_umbers.< It will May 80th ,which date Wilkinson wry very
ot'WeJn'J.dal upon ,._.* : a r ._,Ht.. vcAlcle on the marlnl.A .
ernment more than the farmers. None : dons all good." cablegram, "'yn Iftflucnzaiin Call was declared duly elected United WMITTIN QUARANTII GIVEN ON EACH VKHIOLE.meuMieut ,"
feel the effects-of an unwise policy ra *qquickly. J:1 ..r 'a virulent form has broken out States senator. This is the oolylD/ltru. b tU.ieut. ittMMerdrUchidU01llHQniTl. Writ foe MM. An\8 Wut.4.. r It. ; tl-;
; And they cannot afford to fight : 'TrniSKKT TB. ; at Angolumo and other places in the-dpart.ment ment bearing''the signature of Craw d IJ
th kdilend:1J'b: r"* Wetity., I report of the 8CBTBBA8CnT.tThe Commissioner shows of Charente, France. ford nod the seal of the state. TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE AND BUDDY CO.. Terre Haute lei < ; 1
of Wedncday 'atatothat -. '!: '
that on'3 one 80, 1889, there were 4.070 : Dispatches lie declined absolutely to affix J ,. ,'
At arecentmeeting of Line Creek A'llianoe ,registered distilleries and 4,849 were' in the influenza Is raging; in Oalicia, Austria thorn to the governor1 certificate of THREE COMMON SIGNS 11. .!-.;'
lEtowati county, Ala., the foiiewa i operation.! Tha amount of grain used I' tin infection having been brought from Davidson' appointment. Some day THROUGH DIXIE. I} "';''

ing revolutions were parsed: "Resolved was 20,000,034 bushels' uniithe: number Russia, four thousand cases .are, reportedfrom sg.i Governor Fleming instructed Attor- :
I -whereas Birmingham : '' Origin of the Wooden Indian Pawn.. # t.t".J?
That Colonel Millner of of gallons of spirits produced was 87- :liemberg. ney-Qcncral L-imar to .institute in the .

{ Colonel W. H. Benson -of, 887,( 6. The annual expense of taking A cablegram of Tuesday from !Madrin supreme court proceeding, for,issuance NEWS OF THE SOUTH BRIEFLY broker'.Sign and Barber': PoleWo I )\
Gadsden, and'Senator Norwood, of Oeor-, branch of internal Spain.'4l1'yal The workingmen of Valladolid of a mandamus' compelling Crawford to ':
cure ol fhis revenue wooden .
} PARAGRAPHEDForming nil know that, n Indian I.; :..
.. manifested much behalf, >
gig, interest in have struck. Their demands and seal this of Davidson
tarvici was fully $3,000,000. The aver- sign appointment lIetII' .In front of :a-rignr' lit tobacco; .f'r'o"
of the Fanners' Alliance, by suggesting : age amount of spirits warehoused for the for an elght-hout,day, and not for.an ad. / Monday morning\ Lam,ir filled with ; store throe bulls at a pawnbroker' door 'if- ; f '

their respective plans for financial relief I three rears ;h about 60,000,000 Vance in wages.A the "governor hil. otflolnl' reply' .an .Epitome ;,of Dally and a strlpoj lade! immovably t fixed some; J'J f."
demanded the alliance be it therefore
aa by I Weld for overdue taxes:: making in the cablegram of Monday from Dublin to the governor1* instructions, in wliorottflnr it l
? Happenings Here and There. to tho t-ntrnnce to ;" .barliet;
Resolved That while this alliance' ; ,
whole ,about 73,500,000 ,.gallons upon, Ireland, report that '''William RedmundhH ,which ho declined to Institute such proceedings -.... hop, Hut why? t,, :tl

as doe substitute mot fully\ endorse for'the.! their plans suggestions'formulated!;, which taxes have' not',been. ?tiaid. The been selected as the Parnellite cnudl-, ; giving his reasons therefor, in A mob of 800 men ..lynched( three negroes Antlquarlnim toll n* .that the, wooo1. +' \' t
'' amount of thia tax.would be 60,180.000. date tor the parliamentary seat for Cork, detail. The attorney general holds that at Clifton Va. ludimi In. n tobacco sign, because tobacco )
Forge Saturday } J
and endorsed national ,
by our organization there is in the constitution .
The above facts afejjlTea, simoly to made-vacant by the death of I'arncll nothing / or i IA American weed"imd that it wane
Fla. tender them: night. "
abOcala we to 1"
done and i Isdoing'fQracl.es statutes of that state or of the United
what has '
government: The wife of Hon. Allen G. Thurman bv tho Indiana.But '
:Mtglnully used
our high-appreciation: their effort to States warraatin such lie The Mineral' Flbro Company's'plant' as :
aid u* in solving! the great fieaaglalproblem. n( -qitlzcns'/and by died,at Columbus, 0.. Saturday: evening.: has from the first beau proceedings.'of the Salem, Va., burned Monday'' night. Lost this mumuxntjijuurmn' } get tallJ:1lcd.OOO:; d"r "llioiintly. \
not opinionthat
; reference to inquirewhy )t alv.uldi :
Th funeral will be private "us will .Uo and tells that tobacco,hoe) & I,
., I : you $
D Bgltatingthe
i pubUcmlod $3,000. ;
Call elected' and
much wouldbe .
extend similar privilege only' in a wa Wully : *
I be the burial. The interment 'will be I been\ In use for'over 8X1') yrrvrs'txmdng/ ,
a'* ; i Jess complicated, ,forav'totthe agricultural seated. Call already bIll in bit posnesalon Tho pOltmaltor'enerlll) has under consideration :
FOtnUHlLLloN: : made in the family lot at Oren r JL,.wn I (tho Chlil"an. Mcych'in hi* "(Joognipliy:
STROHO.Ia classes o( thej pouoiryll The .ul,>- this certified copy, of joint sessions the establishment 'of free de. \T
in that !
cemetery, city.1J.oadon'eablegram'of of I'I\llIhi I'S 'of tho opinion that till,, 11f"!
every i quarter of every section, at' treasury'plan asks far lent of the government of tbe legislature, and Senutor Pi.- livery service in America, Go., and ,other sf/. ,king itobnooo IA. of
hated perlod'the. : farmers meet behind than is now,(granted to"thof' distill Sunday says' : co will present it. to 'the United SUtei point in the South. groat ontlTlit1'uniung ,
closetl.dnots.' { To battle It is ';official!' announced that Right / the 'CliIn pf hcciime:; he hft* ob-' ,
Why out the, senate on the opening day.nf the session,
A.'lt ill thedepOHit'Of spirits' can At Ills Bond's mill
en. Clarksburg !
evil treniui,of originated capital/ which' 'remain in the warehouse for three years, RODt Artftut It Bet\four, member of parliament I boiler sate; served' 'turvliiL-H; oft tobaccoplpoe, Upon 1 k Y
\ for East Manchester ana at exploded Saturday, killing Bam muiiunit'iit VluKip rod back Into the
heretofore concentrated: it* force Mid time the pres THEY WANT FREE DELIVERY.Congress Hgoe
during which government care Retold and and '
thwarted _effort of the InX eat chief secretary for Ireland, has been Ephrlam Ely, mortally thousands (of: ynar, ,n..ntht'y.\ .arc exactly
,every people. for it at cost of or I --
a $2.695,090 po5 year wounding Allen Llnd
the eitioa-of aaimc appointed first lord of the treasury. Asktd'' to ley{ like tho Coli'Htial' bncco pipetUyi
:our country ,more t $7.800.000 f or Jbeleftal term. , million organized laborefll"gQ'reglll.rIS' the government really advances ,in aata.irice Itas..announced that) P.in ellade.\ a Farmer A Showing. The customs, officers, at Sao Francisco, tai If tlil* ia'u fact' |If would lt,'niucli t(

to heir secret coiled !.. Their only 'inJ etc before.a legal de- ,will In favor of.Mrs ,O'$bea before he made seizure of,113 cans of opium Tuesday more\ appropriate to use the figure'of i B.Clituiiuiun .,
$7,800,000 A'New'York' dUpateh j>(.Monday says: 'on the steamer Lakine which, arrived in of the ,wooden Indl a'
.phallonl, a bopr'for: s; better future! 'tnand'auld bo made for the tax. ,-The, married: ;; her but that the marriage'' .an. ; plury
Who will ineistihat the American '-f>U' distiller ha nottmto.:.My,for the ROT'ernmen .. nulled tbe will, and, therefore, died in-1' the An farmer organized to effort secure i.from under way among free Saturday from Seattle, now use" (. by 'd.'alor 4' .. ,)n .fh"' '."filthy,. '
are hot conrronted'with turentening t employes' ha only .pays 00) cent .te.tste-> .)Ir.i.,,'.melill entitled W half congress The Greenville Tex.'compre valued wend, .
condition The'poople''; per gallon. When spirits are put in Ihe the personal;)and a' third ,of th? real ball delivery in 'country ,town ,? The\ $100,000, was huroedWrdnesd'eyTbe< ; :l'Iice: ",umU arc glvon tA account for T .
Farmers' Alliance the Patron of If
realize this condition, and'' each ; warehouse a bond ia given for the pay- estate left by Parnell., us- entire compress and 000 balM of cotton thoorigin.. of tbo 'pawn-broker's'. : sign:

week, behind closed doors, at least 'two' mint of the tax;and certified copy of the The:United States supreme court,'on I the bandy matter and other Latter order, being are canvassing written to were destro}'ed. The los 1* $320,000. Ono nnjujlmt\ tho bull* 'are'uxifil b/.cauie* ..I J)
are '
milltoa 'freO'inen meet to deplore the sit; transaction i II' the they, were tho't'U1b1IJn'. of St': Nicholas;, ''
uatiunendstudymeanaofrelief for the I. Thii'Copy of the deposit i Is good collat, caw of Boyd vs.,Thayer, arising out of and congressmen to for freo'dellvery alarming report of the situation In Brazil ivliu I It acid tll have given thrt<4 puns of -o
offering mssses. Tile people are thinking .eral-security at any basic 1 and today fully the contest over the Nebraska governorship are petitions being circulated congress!in of Ire denied. This budget for 1803, it pt>M to three virgin sUtor, to' enablelo -, ,

seriously and Independently. AmerIcan $70,000,000 of credit currency il obtained ,'and assigned it for argument on the the conntry. The farmer many assert that part the i* said, will show a surplus of fl .OOO.- them marry. Another; 'legend attit 1. t.
individuality: never before been lupon,this class of securities,"nd why not! first Monday in December after the cases mail door will add 000. butts the uo of the three ;l halls to the f
daily delivery at their
.o ably asserted by on'in the masses. The The bond assure, thq'JUmunc of tbe already aligned for that day. perceptibly to the money value of their The Chlckasaw Messenger, at Jackson, first IIII nbirrI( 'of the Lombard fiiinlly, lJ he' !

people leaving fire behind moving the party, politician.progression.of tax, and the government i* the Ja the chamber of deputies at Bio farm, and will be worth still more because ?tI1...,owned and edited by Frank !ur- Tht) y great wue druggUta mou..ylll'r.. before. of tllC1'ngiiutL tJOOAmo '
custodian of tbe property. The de Janeiro Brazil the bill it will them In kett, State Alliance lecturer burned t
Tuesday restricting keep ,
; '
t'litiitallstM until
old staidways to in desolation.. uud the.tLn. g\'l'1\
groan of the the interest
I ageing liquor -
pays the issue i of was touch wlth'the market and outside Monday morning. Total loss He says
The united-1'oice. uf ,millions piper money in of their, old lIb
proclaim. ", it is sold the dealer pill memory 'c.: '
.also < ben %
Their defies paysthe passed to its second reading by a vote of world, and rob farm life< grievance..> earnestness a tbflr !
In this tbe distillers obtain original n.eto '
'tax. manner
100 also voted The a letter to that effect. '
farmers publishes
against, Deputies jn monotony. are writing
Give them serious the ,
world of scorn. a con- .MuHcl fl'mlly'of J"IUIC'f.
the of this vat a\JWQnt.of
ideratioa,; judge justly of their cause, absolutely free. Is it unfair to.ask money that favor of the abolition of the law ;render- to the agricultural press that this convenience A dispatch of Saturday say: Tbe Mrdlol were njoimy-Icndrr" :'wlto \iaodj'J'1:01. s

I and act honorably on your conclusions.Soutntr .- the farmer have equal .privilege* ing abtigatory the payment of tariff dues would enable them quite generally schooner flsgjle'Andrews: of Baltimore, the throe pilleaa'a pun on their .r
may in ein. medical"t'
gold to take the daily as well sato from Savannah to '
.Uianee Farmer, with:the distiller! Is not the farmer .. Pnysandu, : lalln.litl, !! nano :
i worthyof as much consideration from A Chicago dispatch of Saturday says: subscribe for a local paper moreliberally. America, is at Norfolk V*., in distress ; Ljut/Imt twat l"lUIt the barber ol lJg' :r'
The world1 fair board of finance! and In the Amtriean 4gricul but .
'THE' BAHQHB.Th the government> Why cannot the farmer ago pure Larber-urg' ends; thodvauco rapdd':\: "
control baa decided to call a conference for November, Postmaster General I lumber and had the sail torn and, split
to take his of nurglcal seIencqbas'ckaeudl'v!
AUianta (Tallahassee, Fla.) underthe be permitted forcar.grain and to of the representative of the state world'sfair Wanamaker states definitely! for tbe first and other damage done ,while near latitude jbem tu full trout\ their m'ufo. :
warehouse high '"

government :
above note of
a warning
in the cptlononnd following trhe.editorial: keeping? The distiller i I. allowed to do orgauicationa of the states to meet tilDe that experiment by tbo postofflce 83 degrees aod.longituds 70. gilt kuub nf tLt fiit) of th" barbrf poi:. ,,\''if-'
for free the
department delivery farming
with the
A* a devoted and bumble advocate of so after the.grain' has been transformed board in Chicago, in Decembernext. district show that the increase of The Chattanooga Ice and Bottling today ropn-tenfa a'. bras balp wbl,.,, l"f
the Alliance .cause, this ,paper, wUl not into spirit The bank have a credit The object the is 10 work.unify and .barmoaiously revenue( more than paYI"U increased expense company paned into the hand of a receiver I "but A few docoika. since was* aetuaHy"t.w" '

hesitate to tpeak out whenever the welfare with the government of over $200- arrange lie believes ,that universal free Saturday. Liabilities not"securedabout' ujpended<<: from(Uae pole. 'Jh. >
of tho order demand it, nor tail toeound 000,000that return them a L. dispatch of Tuesday' morning from would therefore be .eU sustsia. twentyeightthousand( / dollar. haila notch cutVja U to tit the' throat; II, h.
r a noted warning when there i II profit.The dUtlllerle. a credit London to the maritime exchange at New delivery The cause of the failure wa the inability and was\ used in lathering the cuitomor,/ tr

danger to bo encOWlkrt< .-, A, serious of' $10.<>00.000 that cost them York says that yellow feverIs, creasing ..' to meet note in I beaks Tbe business preparatory to.sbaving'' him, ?
' ,. danger now confront; the brotherhood in nothing. Why cannot tbe farmer haves at Santos One hundred vessels which THE TEST SATISFACTORY. I will be conducted a, heretofore by the II represent the taT( 'held, by the. pat1uut .' .

jezard to premature action cowards the credit: that Be Is willing to pay fort The have not yet commenced discharging are receiver. f. who came ,to the berbor-.urgeon to be, lOt '
". Peo1>lea'party ub-treasary plan contemplates lame ordered outside 'until their turn for dis. A Nuihvllle, Tenn., dispatch of Monday bled. The two spiral ctripua. pointed .
Under the grievous welgtt of undue line of legislation, only much leu complicated charge. Vessels arriving are not admitted Exhibition of Type Setting Machine say; Tbo supreme council of the around it signify the two tiuidogen,:ima"' f >a

oppression, the m.uea. fa localities and far snore satisfactory The into Santos harbor until berth. are available. at Chicago. Knights of Wise Men, an insurance order for twitting around'the arm proviooii' l.f'f. :. .

where the most inveitigatina ha been same statutory law that govern: the warehousing 1 The private test of lye setting machine for negroes, 1 la said to be on it< last legs the act of pLIebrtoiny or bl tlood-lettioa, ,| t'i;

given to the situation, have become thoroughly of spirit, with but few amendment A London cablegram of Monday says I held In Chicago, under the auspice of The grand treasurer 3, 11 Walker of the other for binding WhOA the oporatlou

aroused std restive. Some are *, would apply to the sub-tresawy Dispatches from Uolyheid state that 200 the committee of the American Newspaper Nashville skipped sometime ago, }e&1'.1 wa eompletedlSt( Louis, JJepublio. : J JCnitomi.

feverishly champing upon the bit. God system. The innovation upon law and vessels, many of them much damaged, .. _Publisher's Association_ closed BaturI fall hi. familv and A large ihnrtnun' ,
knows that their patience has been taxed custom,would cut oo figure. It violate have sought refuge at that port from the ugni. The ten wa very tatisiaciory account. III I family believe; him-;; : 'I.r +, .

% lye'ondenduranec.aadfukejtfremustot no organic Uw and establishes no new storm. A gale baa also been raging with la many respect, and the report of the The order hal recently paid only a, small : "
indulge one harsh word towards them; precedent There are, 4,849 registered unusual fierceness about Queenstowo committee will give the newspaper pub- part of its death elalmi. I.trad t4 ;

ow' heart beat ia responsive sympathy distillery warehouse, which i* more About thirty craft, large and small, Ushers a definite idea a* to the work A dispatch: from Tuskaloosa, Ala. lays \ Jj '".
x with them. But prudence i* the better than double the nuo br of lub-trt *urlea mostly fishing smack asd small coasters, (which can be done by the various machine that a contract wa closed Tuesday< between :lathes of the MaUlT Island hold'tf: I I

pert of valor Wa have no mean adveri that would be required to carry out the bi ve been driven esksit ia that vlcinitx. *. For three hoar during the /ore-' Cap'al. P. 1L. Abbott, represent- oertalnwaye of domcatie life that to' aa

' Mrs to fight, but are confronted by a sub-treasury plaa for many years. The A Washington dispatch of Tuesday noon the machine were worked by member log Pennsylvania capitalists and the decidedly v&ta.! To eat alou

. powerful foe. We escaot bope foe iueceu cost of conducting them cvrUinlyxould says: The secretary of the navy has directed of the typographical union, wbo bad Tunkaloosa Coal, Iron and Land Company In.iueq tem their yneo Odes of happinm
be no more. Here is found a system never before seen them, to show the ra- tgbuJ ;
feed the
so long we enemy, or by the appointment of a court of inquiry whereby the former undertake to to retire Into secluded 6 f,
* making out defense invite his attack. already force, that with few amend- ia the case of the United State pretty of beginner who are practical, build railroad from deep water at Tnkaloo "
their home, to draw down the cloth
*\. Xothiag 1* more pleasing to the oppoaition meats would meet the requirement* of steamer Dispatch in order to determine printer, and for three hour in the afternoon ** northward to the coal AeWs. ..rt1n *!*, that there be
> press than to be able to herald the sub-treuur, plan. The proposed whether any or all of the officers of that they were worked also by girl familiar I They also contract to build a coke plant hoi trough wblcb no loop-
that certain ub-Alliaace or 1>laa I la therefore, taken out of the prowlace vessel shall be tried with the Remington typewriter i I an outsider mlgbt,
t 'abroad a by court martial for at Tuskaloosa. The scheme i* to brief
1 U
la Mptil to their pleasur. .
1. Alliance or some prominent Alli- of theory, and become simply a neglect duty jn its keyboard to ascertain what could be coal peer _
.county resulting loss to Tuskalo>*. by rail and ship It) I I Idown while refreshing iii. man
onestioa of application. The done upon the machine those who I ttear.:,
l i jAceman ba prooouneed for the People'sparty. people The details of the court will be announced by the Warrior river to Mobile. I writer
demand its trial, and their demand are are suddenly called to them J suggests jhot
We are informed that the parti- tomorrow.A upon operate| ; mc larIOIIY
; from both of the old sure to heeded ia the end,-JflunuvFanner. all pf which proved highly satisfactory.Tbe I A telegram of Saturday from Colum11 arise Iruni leD of
: ran politician* parIs of I s
into order to dispatch WednHhr.from Mar- inachLm: will' be exhibited to newspaper I *. Tenn., lay: There wa very little about; pnlalblysayenuetberleptfneantallou. -
\ emiaaane oar
tie have cent
shallows .
,* publisher aad the and the excitement over the fa.lure Friday night ., rudely trittrfd ia hieroglyph
't agitate and to precipitate immediate The ac- ria i* spreading at an alarming rae ia) indication are that a Urge number of i i of the bank of Columbia, and the Columbia I touch, be cast upon their food, or, byIota.willwoodtr.mp.rltee .
rr tion in favor of the People' party. THEY'RE AFTER HOEY '
Norwegian settlement in Soldier .i
Banking Company, owing to the et hospitality
men from all the I
newspaper puta''of
object being to divide our foicrt, aDd '- valler near Hirriann.. fourteen... person.bavl United States will vMt Chicago to see the J. !large surplus! cf "-**et* shown by each I ITb be at their bond Ja .the>,
f then by ma.iig. attack n* in detail with The Quondam. President of the lLama gdied /f the dUeae. ;One; familyof machines sad. aIM- tu (aspect tbs cold I r)6DK. bank of Columbia hal asset i c.sc luerfN' (er would

. p our column broken. Wa must"United guard -t Exprew Co.paay.. ten lost six member sad but ODe other .. of stereotyping will .be oa hiIS'BALMACEDA of 107OO4,83i; Jlabnilfe. $39,800.( be.ntaferlut.t.z41obtuik #t\bi
against this, and remember that A dispatch of Tuesday from Asbury i* expected to recover. The. 'p'* La* proce} airs Presideoi Ingram aulgned 30.000 'of alt with any foe b*uooth 'tb'boHl. .

weatand. divided we fallSeparate ditch Park, :to J., ayi: To expert ia the just bee; quarantined. A tumble late 'r private property, nuking the total ex-. rack; rlche, er diftiUyl. amon 5thei iopcoutlar z
and independent action 1* tbe fatal of 14aira exists: I Case of .anet ail,204.W.: The Colum-
roust; clerk offlc are busily/ engaged people .
to be shunned.! We -must stand by DEAD ? a .JtO1Uty.J'lpVI
per A cablegram of Sunday from Part Utee his Banking
iA the search of John Hoey'property on Qooipaai' awUare$3iOf> blwtdars j ,
officer and trust in them with implicit orders from counsel of the Adams Ex. that several eminent J-Veo-h lawyer* -- 4SW; liabilities, fMi.428 surplus .of ttoiraprp} 3bf., crud.
confidence. We have placed them upon press Company. There were two Uspendens have been consulted npoo the matter of JUt Military Sappcrten Deny tie sued $91,1 fi 1, It i* thought the depoaitot 1tf4 llbiitll.{ pt mgai-topes; .h.

i r. the watch-tower and wa should wait for filed ia the county tlrrk's office the release of the fund of tbe 'Irlab parliamentary .- Kcpert .,f flit 8a1d"I I will be! paid la. fall and ia come-' height of i person U near,

them W'8rJ oat-What: of tth. i Jgbit"When .Monday, showing that Henry gandford party IIOWqll .dvpotlt U thai Dr. Francis Kmr.and tffgaor: Carlo I quince there W'.II rill on tbe renalo- hi{1kIQr if't bowaearch '
their command are given, we president of tha Adams Eipre Company df,. 1 bij agree that 1'".problem b akeotty Del KK late of ih* rai!
ahoold obey' them a* the trained aolcjiar bad a item upon'three tract of : one, and believe that the Ant step ilent Balmca--'" r J.l.. ; 8'eat aJua.>>., a".11bl h tit
doe.his. genera). land .oW/Md1 Jloey, and savea of kin most" l>e the,application to the court vf 'CfttclunaU, O ).nday en route for few c
V .*. cottnge with all paraoaal paopertr and .naocery by the brie of Paraell odt& York. NeithercpuM 'sintkk a word t .Jlil.' ,faraeJJ 8t fl I'l'ro.trrted., << .,JlraUan ju .I Otaht1eoM gentle .

J'unaILUfuzTts&a. fixjitfea J&P1.etU..,'. tytf*and l.,ell < *e of lflg! er. for'1Ifuer wa a tnftae. & StI1. .* )'he,' ha wlth' tiiem :tu}* |'a .wi;h waa
TheJKortb Carylioa Alliance, at its ri'ceR' Cottage Iluey own. M shown by of the-fund at the sine time. B!eb.' 'of C.lifor.!.. aa |'CI ierpitt,r. 'i A Lectdo eaLUgraai of Monday sayer At the tblfJftetCre' aAote

session, sent the following gre.tie4 search at least three hundred acre of The warehouse of Bard trait. P.ubinebn Trough him, they ad( B.'lw.(!*d. wag i )ir.. Parnell i* very week and la a very family plat ..p ] Jh1 at a dtataua i

to the brethraa of the North and Northwest land around long Branch aDd may A Co.. ab, door.andl'Uad punuf actarrr* at dead, ail report of suicide la the f' precarious condltivo. Drug have to be two ortbrcr tht'.J.each a
mJ.laten4 ia
: "Having tamed our backs upon costly buildlD,*. There are DO record at Minneapolis, -.Mian., va burned C wile notwUhtt..diag; that they exp order that she my their an4 ote .
the iae of the dent pMt, we hencef showing that If has transferred property Wednesday nsornlojr lose about on. meet Ida either' ia New Vurk 1I I secure a of little tlI.p. food.8be to. ua.bla tu eat "acb. in.w basket., l f4lO

,jrth look resolutely, earnestly and hopefully to Ida wife. hundred thousand dollar*, insurance fo l'.urous i partake U110Iid lvuudsilesea.-lUupee.Beast. '

to the future determined upon the ,



1 .

-> .' ,_T'.- .- > w- -,' .' ..o;.' _' ,' ._.... '=-' ..." '. -' liJ.f- f-', : -- ,

jiJ --- ..... ; i :.ij'-& i,:

J .
,t -
j; J. .
-> '
-, i

.,... oj ,'THE A.S'I" oA TADYOCATJtt'FRID, Y,''OCT: 30, 1891... o' !

1 4
ADYOCITE. 6rlnging 'a 'grove,"Into bearfflg, the oath of office, and"at\lhat time "'VVi1tlbD1. FU.to1l;,. JAYLeiPariCfARD: President; W. B. BAJWJCTT' Vlce-rtesldenti-;
-f THE EAST. COAST 4 W.M Bsowir,Cashier ,
will furnish If,111 'decided how ,
be thvacan
which, Jn a few years, : # Drl ythan. '
them a means of support. The cles will be filled. Attends
done reasonable rates.

A WBMtT JOCBMIi &TOt&B TO Till liB..torxurt Panting: INDIAN RIVER STATE
or TRa IKDIAS RITCB Aro freights from this manufacturing One ticket, which it \\e claimed, all departing, and meets all ant. BANK

LAU WORTH RCCTIOXS.ABABAH establishment will be a great boon was cast for Archibald;:tnd utch, ing trains. i j I .
to.the railroad company, and will but placed In the wrong box, would, Orders left with /G.. B. Ramph or at ; .{Incorporated under the Laws of the State of :Florida.) ,
will receive
'* .TOY, Propr*. cause that eorpor tion1to look upon if counted change the re,ulf asan, ADVOCATE attention prompt Authorized
Tllusville with more favorable nounced by the inspectors, and '

Office. Washington Avenue,' TltusvlQe, give Archibald one majority/ I.:N.A.UJJ..a..N'S _....c' c-\ v. Paid up capital, $25,000

Indian River, :Florida. eyes.The establishment of one enterprise Clerk, and create a'tie''betw enCircle NE\VSPAPER \07. "' 8A Average deposits, $140,000
Invariably' leads'to others, and Futch. Under the State -,

-, and it is difficult ''to. estimate! the law, ballots deposited in the ;wrorig| SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY, Transacts a General

PUBLISHED EVERY TEIDAL great benefit that our town will'de* box cannot be counted; but under .The Pioneer Agency. Banking

'" .f, rive from the persistent efforts of the law governingmunicipal elections ] For terms' and sample copies address! A Business.

these men who have labored so as where there is 'no proviSionmade C. H tf ADMAN, '
Bdltar,.....,.'if,./WAI/TIB' 'B.Anoclato&lltor OnAEA: .,. siduouslyduring the past six for separate boxes, and where ,TlTU8VILLE, Brevard county, Fla. Largest tad Oldest Bank on the River

& Manager,;1..C. Jt.WALTOL months, to carry their plans Into the,vote for town 'Officers, as well? --:...

.. operation. .We understand the as. that ,on the stock ordinance, Jno McAllister V -I DIRECTORS:
company proposes to rely upon the might all have been printed one< ; 7 JAA.PRITCRARDW.n.ARKETT(1'relhlent
Check,etc.,may be made payable U"Graham '" ,', 'of the National Bank of Jackiionvlllt), J. H.
its fish ticket the in if cast
*Walton." bight of Canaveral for sup. vote question t, 1 Contractor: for .. 'DtniKKn (VicePresidentNational Bank..f
';; ply, and will not brfng'it from the by an individual Vho had the right; I ,' : HKOW.f..TackDOnrllleV WV B. GaABAM ,and W. M,

Address Ml communications lower river, as' at present. This I to vote, should: be counted. Ware OORBBIIP01fDJttn'e.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, insures success to the company i not'in favor, hpwever, of a"legal J, fit ,-:::), Artesian Wells, V{; r .,, y .National Sfflboard Bank National of Jacksonville Bank of New York and

Trnmrn.lt, rw>anA. which has been organized to run quibble being made on this t I t .t.1t so
,r.a noi.tMi. /. to Canaveral, for the business of point, and we believe it would bE' !' }.2 Eau Gallic, Fla. 'TITUSVILLE' FIJA. ":

the'Ice, Fish, Oyster and Canning well for the several candidate .

B. C. t SCRIMGEOCB was etldcntly Company will, of itself, be suflOU .whose election might beaffectedby RUE P ELY, "
born under a lucky etar. clent to give them an income to this vote,,to accept the.retards, as I'LA T. MURPHY ; P
Ills escape from service on the pay expenses. made by the Inspectors, and ,tru'stto I JUSTICE OF THE.PEACE 17ra DIST ::"
Board'Aldermtn will Bare him The establishment of.this line of the future to set" Dattere.tralght. I Notary Public for the State at Urge.Ci'ntrwtorandnuliderofover ,

,_nch'.unrewarded worry, and wear steamers, with 'a guarantee of a .;, ,-| ,, I ritncc. Natural Finish a Specialty.Do,vean' ex,. .

and tear of mind, during the ensuIng paying business;insures the rapid The'stock1 ordinance'wa's defeat I' ,HEI.BOURNE., ILL.J. Jacksonville MachineAnd.

two years;. opening up and development of the ed by a heavy. maJority-a' result .
Banana river country which has which we anticipated. ',WWletberare w.' Rogerts,

(!.ex snore the good people of so long waited for "something to many people ,who complain bit. : DEALER IN CLOTHING,
Tltnsville have expressed: them- turn up" a section. as 'well adapted terly of,?the depredations of stock, .Gouts; .Furnishing Goods I Iron Works.
elves on the subject of a stock-: rdlnanoo. to pineapple growing as the low. and would like to see 'out: town Hd Shoes, ,Hats, .

It Is quite probable er river, where the climate is almost of the puisance, they know, lull i Caps, Uinbrellas) Trunks, Yalises, .

.Kicker Nou Two" and his friends as fine as. that of Biscayne well that it would be almost impossible -I FINE CIGARS, Etc.' PUMPS ENGINES AND MACHINERY
failed to provide. themselves' with. Bay,'and which'has only waited for to enforce such an ordinance, : The only house In town making a specialty OF ALL KINDS

:poll tax receipts for the past. twoJean. transportation to receive an impetus recollecting the experience: of .Or of GenU. Furnishing Goode. Made and

.Explanations are now In in the way of development,.unsurpassed lando, Palatka ,Jacksonville,. and : Drop in and examine mr stock, and Repaired.
order. by any portion .of the Other large towns in this'matter. compare prices. Cash customers command .

State. All things work together- ". ,claim to every confer.consideration competitors CENTRIFUGAL-; ,PUMPS PIPING & SUCTION
TOT'State gathering of the Alliance for the common good. Order: Suit.. ,
when convenient. First door
men, which met at Dade City The new ice and.fish manufac J. P. Turner A Co. have just added south of ADVOCATE office.i For Phdsphate arodgiag.OFFICE .'
,last week, deposed Senator Rogers, turing company, and the Oak Hill the finest display of samples, for merchant -
and elected A\P. Backin for ,their and Canaveral Steamboat Company tailoring, that It has been.our A WORKS
good fortune to see in this country, and : '.' ,
new president. We predicted, several may rely upon our sincere sup the prices are .very reasonable. Wit ,
months ago, while the .deadlock port and best wishes for success; over three hundred 'samples to select Dealer In f 134 &: f 136, East Bay Street Jacksonville Fla, .
was in force -Tallahassee, ,and we, predict that their efforts from YOU can leave boar measure and Drags Chemicals Perfumery Tonal 6Jnn- mo ..,
that Czar Rogers would have to retire will find many 'Imitators in the get Just as nice a fit M If you 'perllonallrlltepped .

l l. and while that gentleman, if, near future; and that the people of York or Chicago into your, and own ordered tailor your IH'New suit Articles, Fine Soaps, Stationery" E. G. BLAIR. D.. & THRASHER.

one were to judge. by his words,. Titusville, ere long, will feel that Suits furnished in from 8 to 12 days. *tf JEWELRY- .
was tired of tla position, there is they live in;a city whose* prosperity SPECTACLES SEWING MACHINES Blair & Thrasher

no doubt he hoped and tried to re- established upon a firm basis, St. Lucie River. Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machines and ,
lain the honor. and the old whichhave
: ) Watches
Repaired. Clock
terrified them so long (we'refer to /:' adjoining"y|iv.fr':!!' \! '.."'.I\ std Jewry a Specialty. .' PRODUCE: :BROKERS
The lands nag creek '
Tax coming season; so pregnant the removal of the county seat, and erflowlnffnd it that are ov School Books and School Supplies. ,
with unprecedented tbe'extension Of the railroad south appears pineapple' Subscriptions: taken ai,publisher's prices '
) culture in that "
vicinity a failure
Florida if.it 1893-04: in. will t excite alarm destroy ,' ; -: 'vHr. for Newspapers, Books, Magazines, etc. Commission & Distributing .
were no longer or John ;"T. ClevelaDdl.ls oompletlnf; : Prescriptions; carefully compounded at Merchants,
stead of 1881JW',would be' attrlb, .confidence in ourfuture pros- the
dwelling of Mrs. Javdon, ,and will any.time, day or night e .
rated to the eft'eet1of, the World's perity, when agitated at periodical nave it ready tobe, oooupled. .laaal\rew.. 183 f WEST BAY; STREET JACKSONVILLE 'FLA.
Fair; and our/" ., men, would; saj- intervals in'the F. day.. .... ,
that the IWO.'pOB; ,spent in defraying / I .' \ ryr' .-y 1 }i. ::, : :Mr. Dyer, master;of.the' sloop yacht a ,j.: HECTOR, ,._T. O. Box; 761. i ,

the expenses of. the namef ous Doe, broke the gaff Of Ills vessel the oth!
THE TOWNEtEctION, er day but she Is ,outll Dealer In General:
representatives who, will go from ; right again, I ORANGES: AND. PINEAPPLES
with '
a new :\
one- .
Florida, on ,a pleasant excursion: 4itt,. : :@ ?Ob.LL1ac 11ii3e .* '
,Jn various 'capacities'1'Ibf: sK <
months,. was* .a ,-good hivestmentt ;eerg4f whl6h.will be1 found :In put and the few backwoods weeks* !The full'of riftr Is very high, I. -.,-. ,. I T' Consignments of all kin'dj otFrutts: Vegetables, and Produce Solicited! .:\, ."
wateiv Now .
Natural eaueei .pnoduce natural re- another column, it IstO'be'resgretted ., is a>exceptionally good time,for lan< ./ i 'LI13M ADVANCES MADE. PROMPT RETURNS. '

Florida' climate !nodMr; ,. "that the, resQt] ; \wal not hunters to locate,, ", '; '; Hats, Shoes, Clothing,Dry Goods R References: National Bank1 of the State of Florida; W. 1L Sharpe, Sharpen T. Vv

sources have become known/ add Sore,decisive.Vhlleelectionday: \ Mrs. .W. L. Glutech arrived' '., the .Moore,-Eden; Wells A Sons; Plant City, etc. 12Jun
the freeze and the,yellow fever are .the matter' is Still somewhat home of her son, Edward, hale and hear- Just Arrlred. Splendid Gooda. ,

forgotten. If the :State Board of undecided. According to the ty after having had a very pleasant and OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE, LE.A.Dt THE; TRQPIC4L TRUNK'LINE:
Health does its in returns of the Inspectors, Messrs. enjoyable trip from Brooklyn, N.Y. She '
duty 1892, and Is now making home_ happy for tpr sons DRUGS, GROCERIES GRAIN Jacksonville
Rogers and Archibald had an equal ; Tampa $ Key West System. .
no yellow fever visits our shores; Of all kinds; and In fact a full line 01
iff Providence spares us from a dls number of votes for the office of President Ilaney Is making Improvements everything. Call and examine..
freeze : Clerk and Treasurer; Circle had on hU hjomestead. He has built Trains Ieav Jacksonville,.laJ.,T.A: K.W..I*
.astrous our prosperity will neat cottage,' and in now planting flowers 4Mp-m.dailytxeeptSaadar.. ArrireS30a.mMA: >p.aC,6Wpi.Douay' 17:14" daily;
Continue. If we are so unfortunate one more vote than his opponent, and vegetables. IJe is also having hi. W. N. HENDRY J. TnJI18..eJack..ID..llIe.t'taEutC.'Unee. SAO a.m."cIa1l7r.oo p.m.. ououayTrelM only
: Futch for the office 'of Marshal read from the river' 10 1'.111.dally except Sunday. Arrive U: 0a.m.,5-iop.nx
as to have a return of "Yel- ; grubbed, and Intend leave Tftu vllle.north bound*M a.m.dafiv except Bandar- ,_f
low Jack" and "Jack Frost" dur and in the vote for Aldermen there side planting of it.a row .cocoanuts, on, either Dealer' in Train: arrive Tlttuvllle,south, boun&, .*0 p.m.,deny except Suniliy. '
;lng the ensuing year, a million dol. was another tie between Messrs. v ,4 : H
lars spent at Chicago would have ,Brady and Geiger Mr. Krueger is sailing' about In his General 1' Merchandise Indian River Steamboat Co.
little effect in prototing'the development .' How the matter will be settled let officer yacht,for the Pearlon' doty Farmers as"r cniltlng;7A111 ," Landings STEAMERS; sad at Leave TKWp.m.Tituavin..t Hondan. BsOO W.dDeedaye.. ... Daily and Vridayi.except: making Sunday eonnectiona,for Melbourne for and War

of the State, until our disA8terswere as yet,,undecided.. : ;Popular, sent!. ance. Us is very able member of that DRY GOODS, Lase Steam.Jupiter Going 1:00 North m..Tueid&eavs* .,Ile 1 bourne at 40 p. m. dally Sunday,for T1 to Jqpiter.y iUe.
again forgotten. went, BO far as we have been able worthy organization, and some UUltanoe For.cbedweII,lIho..ng p. time at stations Thandayt not named Saturdays above.and,malting routee tIODnect1ol18, ,for TituiTUJe
... to'ascertain, seems to favor'anbther < men say that he will be, the.n xt President -. NOTIONS agents,or General ()ft1cee.oJackaoa..We,Fla n&ea.eto. apply t.o local,
of the Alliance.' We belleye that .. B. B. CABLE..Central ) --.. o. D. ACKEBLT O Faw.
election. This would ia. Aft.
no doubt
ENCOURAGE he would make a good- officer STATIONERY, .
-presiding' ; ,
be most satisfactory' to the great Sup East Coot line, St.August.
INDUSTRIES. Mr. O. K. Wood has been on be river Choice Groceries. ,
of the and .
majority people yet we '
.lately, inspecting hiss'pineapple plantation "
believe if the Board 'of Aldermenshould where he always has a gang of men DIMS FLA. JUST RECEIVED
We have had little to'say in re. assume the responsibility of at work. clearing land and nlantlntr. 1 Pine &, Cypress Lumber

gard to the enterprise recently or, filling the office of Clerk and Treasurer pines. Mr. Wood has, at. the present : '
ganized, known as, the Atlantic I and of one Alderman, the time, the largest pineapple plantation op nruglstPatent' OP ALL KINDS,
the river .nd.hl. win ,
be, future
place the! AT
Coast lee,'Fish, Oyster and Can. people would not demur to their shipping point for the lower St. Laele Medicines ROUGH OR DRESSED.

ping Company, from the fact that decision. It has been urged by river. Shingles Lath Orange Pineapple
there seemed to be some doubt as some that the responsibility should Mr. Berij.Parks, .who recently 'located. Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles F. Allen ,; -

to whether the concern wo'uldcar- not be thrown upon the Town on a homestead, is faithfully clearing &: Vegetable Packages.
ry out its plans in the near future. Council and that the people shouldbe tad building and for the short time,, Uept.. constantly hand atJ. .

There is no longer any question given. another opportunity to baa proven done himself a great to'amount be.worthy. of- work,aether, and- '!B.' Screven's :. It will pay parties who contemplate

about this A' sidetrack bas been select whom they please. It has willing to cotoply with all ol the homestead . GEORGIANA, FLA., building to call on, or address us. Mill
;:Constructed, connected with their also been contended that the decision laws We wish we could obtain a .DRUG STORE. at DeLeon Springs. '
building site; the greater portionof of the Council 'Would be less few more of that kind of settlers. Mr. ',' Orders promptly filled.. '

their iumber has been delivered; likely to cause friction than another the Parks, we understand baa engaged- .Also the latest Newspapers. Periodicals 200 DOZ. Chandler & Landers.P. .
pineapple slips from the hog .
and the machinery is all its ereek eta a, TBS SPRINOS7LA.'
on way contest at the 'polls. Then hill patch,at a reaaooabU rate.t
to Titusville, If it has not at this again an election would cans*' the ./ T/ Au. 7.L. Capes, Agent, Troptc,:fti. *
.... : ..__. ...
writing already arrived. 1 town some little expense, which\ xThe- : "MAGNOLIA : r JELLY GLASSES . ,; ,'.1 ,......: ..
The capacity of the plant will be would be saved if the matter was JBe i JJargaliuiWe f" .., .... ,....
tons of can offer..t pTeaest'ar: sa.f ollows: ,
lee per day and decided by Council. In .c as. of anew
Lot one of section U. township 26. RESTAURANT"Has : : ,
they propose to nee the entire pro. election, it would be necessary South Range 81 ltUtoontaIDlDg--a8:and .

duct on their own premises, ,in t. issue a proclamation, and pub- aadO1river hen quarter of mile eo' DOZ:; /- ., .:: .- .
been reopened for the winter.. ; .
packing and storing fish and other Htfa the same for.thirty dafs. Du'r- front, land ls light iigtt hammock, '
Indian River which balance U good pine four.miles northof -""'" L "
products candl.
they Jig that time the several
mils MASON'S
Fan Galls, one north of Goshen .
| propose to handle. The manager dates would do their beet to secure p .t.o1lice. Price 130 per aere.no P tron&g Solicited.W.J.TDCKER ./,; .. ASSDRANCESOCIETY'

informs us that their expenses will the majority of the vote, which south twenty acres of lot 1, sea '--' J ,
, amount to about 12,500 per month, weald, no doubt, create some feelIng -! lion SO, T. M 8. R. 87 E., has a small ,: ,I" ; Of the states ."
boos and other improvements, knownas I IMPROVEDJARS United .j -
which sum will be I
paid out for labor their
among partisans. Why 'Pr p'r.
tht "Nicholson place" at .Jb l.aI.d :
and other bills in this comma It should do so, we cannot ay; post office. Good; high stiff riverfront The largest, $a fut..& ,Auw-

ally and find its way into the bands but, nevertheless, it is a fact that : Has a splendid a='o( water TttusvlUe. m -' -. Florida. PINTS 4 QUABTS. p !lQ.jA JtcV :::, .
j of our merchants, and other 'buslI considerable friction is always manifested ru&ui&2. through the P',' = PriesN .. o -q .' ,ereL.RDECKER. '
I ness men. Numerous families will the friends of the varl- t -
| by W. of S. K. 1 of aecUoa M.T. 87B.
1 The
depend upon this establishment as one candidates for town offices. 87 JS. being forty acres of land On thepenimnfa Imeriua ..Casultj lasahnca tad
la means of livelihood; and with We'see no reasons why the contest opposite elho1arp.e..bJ!}'Ispronounced Send In your orders at once. '.
I the prospect of permanent employ. should not be conducted la an honorable by tha County "urT yoc as CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Secnrllj Ca, :.

meat, these people will become ambitious and dignified manner and excellent aorth of East pUeaprJ Melbooro laikL'.. Las4 Opnradle to'this, .' Writes the Best Accident Policies. 'No
I to own their own homes in those who have the happy acuity neighborhood, of almllar eharaoterKaf JlI Ting had M years' uperlenoe In alltranches Chamberlain's ,Eye and m= Initiation Pee. No Annual Dues. No
[the vicinity., Many of .them will of following such a course are for. sold recently for WO per |>cre... .ou of tJae bolldlnf business, win Ointment.: Assessments. .: .
be able, in the course of a year Wave tunate. The ability to tike defeat price, twenty dollars per\. cra.Jties het U- attend to anything In hu line. of :work. A certain care tot CbronJo Son ET s, i' ..
sufficient money'to buy a res. gracefully it valuable to alt lands offered by ae+( pr- with promptness.TTUSVILIJE Totter Bali Rheum. Scald Head.'Old ; '. ,',
deny lot and 1 a Quality; foot LocaUoa, character sadiruabty aironla Sons liver Some Eczema_ :3?*. .A.. uc,1dV:
begin the building :and the unsuccessful candidate UADQUAETEaat
will prove as represented oa taspeslion. Itch Fralrio
|>f a home. Others will be inclined 'whe can do so will "bob up serene Terms; on iuiv of tJtd fcfisfbMik'w oath; nORTDA.Kxraucss an4POs, It U Bcratchas,wed Nipples MANAGER ORLANDO, FLA.

o secure a small tr'aerof, orange J ly"I ,on future occasions. Council baI.ua.c4... one, \YO at threw. ..x : toadrwisof.MsskjiT oooilag. bs cured IOtM..Co .... ... ...., .,;,......
and in ten ont QorrMpondenciusfir ) I by
Titusvill}nelgbbor.ood ; 1 wil| meet next Monday, when the per, : It after forChtrotitelliterlf
aU othee
Rtl3 ... odlaa River Bank A Bobbins*Grakass. treatment had taDI4. ,
and invest their.win In I elected Ald will, take "'". V T I.. nit '. Z j'JiSf '- .AI-"U-. '
rmea Alis .
newly. :ay,< ", itaavns. .,.., .f. p t P U bf last M M& busas. 2tiia. ::.,' ..--

J.: .
,. .. "+. "

"' -',.' ".
} r..


,M '- ,, _.- ..:.. i" .,.-.... k'V -- '" .L..1> ,, ... ""',m ,
Ii tleee s ,..ai!\ti ... ':jjj' .. ; it-__ .,;; ...:\.1-:"--= """ -


{ s7 8 b s 4 Vs*, r d ( ., I i c + sI

( t:4: h v .



Jt '

'w'u', '. ,, TINE EAST COAST ADVOCATE,. FRIDAY, .OCT..30, 1891. 14), :>t ; ,; 5... ( I C ,

r. i. .r-.r.r .
--- -- ----- .
-- ,'"
"L / -

F '. ;Er R" } T. tJXt1E: ,' ,, \

TROPICHOUSE: ', :."i ', f"// ( (

11 "
'I' Dealer, r' 1)t; !
il : '

La.h.oWor: h. CROCKERY AND FINE/" CHINA, And as tag a Line to be found -in| >;\ 'StakSA.SIE3 ,_' .: ';1<,-

"." *i,> j, : :, =OORS: :23IrIN'175: I3A: 17W.c9.RE. : :, :E"Ai:ITS; ANA:;: :: ir-S.: l jZ";' ;

Special, Low RaU. ior Summer Guests. F. T. BUDGE Titusville :Fla. I'I:' !

LL rM i ...t r .t' :1. i ) ,

28aing3m J. O. McDONEL Proprietor.We Lake-Worth. FOR :j .?fjt. OLMSTEAD, INDIAN RIVER LUMBER CO. .; ; J} R

Mr. E. M. Brelsford and mother ". ..::',, The Pioneer Dealer In .: -wI
want every mother to know that turned on the 23rd., Wines Spirits 1" t "

croup neVfer, appears can' be prevented without :warning1.True croup The I I Mr. E. H. Dimick and Mrs. M. Dimtck GENERAL, MERCHANDISE, Incorporated, Feb. 2 8, 1$9,1.V V Jir :

came on Wednesday's boat! r it
Bret symptom is hoarsnens; then the R. HANSON Manager. I" ,. <1! "
child Appears to have taken cold or a The Illinois is back again. Capt. Char- E88ra> < Eau Gallic.I t. <'\ ,- \ t'!: .
cold have accompanied the hoarseness lie reports a bad run down from Jupiter. 1f
may :keepln Stock tf Choice variety of ,TITUSVILLE FLA. j:
from the,,ltart. After that a peculiar A finealot of Indian Game chickens ", !,. ,

I rough cough is developed, ,which came on ,the boat tonight, for, Dr. II. OIGABS, ETC.OF 1 GROCERIES HARDWARE, ;' )f.
is followed by' the croup. The time Stites. QUALITY CROCKERY, TOILET; ARTICLES ETQ ROUSES, rEAMED\ TO qnD En. : :{
to hoarse act is when few doges the child of Chamberlain's first becomes Mr. Frank V. Cable was In Juno this THE And will Sell as Low AS the Lowest. HARRISON BROTHERS MIXED 1>PAINTS unequalled for beauty and lasting ..S: t '

Cough;Remedy a : will prevent the attack. week. "Cousin," you missed Hypo this QQ TO : Call and eXRmlne.y Stock. 18 qualities Color Cards and prices on application. > ',.; f e i ,,;

Even after a rough cough has appeared, time.Mr." Losley & R nakcr. Agency' for. 'the "Aer moter" the DS|.Wind ):'nnn., ,. made., :
Alvin Hendrlckson and
the disease be family
may prevented by using w
this remedy 'as directed.' For sale by moved down' from Jupiter to Palm. Families Supplied. HODGES & GODFREY "J,

DIxon & Gray. 84t Beach, on Monday. GEORGE.' DtREN. ARTHUR T.; FEASTER., '.;, :
Mr. E. G. Gammon is expected bad Town Ordinance. : ,Manufacturers of '
w.- t 1t:: '
this :...- ::c :e &: FE. : :' :
Melbourne. winter to run on Cora. Hughes ..S.I : .
Ordinance! cftfini'ng "I'agrancy and Yellow
steamer Silver King.. Pine Lumber f ;
Mrs David Brown will return shortly providing a Penalty thrfort < THE,OLD RELIABLE y'.' t 'I+ 'I'M

Cool weather last week. Her daughter Mrs. Anna Beaker, and BE the IT ORDAINED Town of Titusvllle by the, That Tnwn all Council rognesand of BOROII'a DBESaBO: AT''. V j
little Sadie will come with her.Mr. vagabond,Idta and dissolute persons and Orange Box. Heads. MARIt'E'Il' :fir\{
As usual the predicted frost did not Fruit A Vegetable Crates :
.' J.-R.. Kuchlcr President of the go about begging persons who use :; '
reach : juggling Lumber delivered at of Indian River JC'ROC
UL' r' ot unlawfulganee or plays, common any part We have also selected carefully largo slock of 1. '
Sisal Hemp Co., of New River passed pipers or fiddlers, stubborn children runaways, on through: bill of lading.. Anyone contemplating .. .. .
Mr. M. A: Martin tnbvel'lnto, his"new through Hypo., on his way to Jacksonville -' common drunkards, common night walkers, :building! on the East rest would do well to ,... T"J4S.u.LIL ) .. "'
,lewd, wanton and lascivious writ for \ situated on the )
home this week. pilferers persons mil south
on Wednesday.News in speech or bebsvlor,' common rallers and J.,T.A K. fly.H of I'alatkn. And carry In V t
Master Rowell Smith left last FrIdayfor comes from Jupiter that the brawlers,persons who neglect their calling oremployment ntelCoeoeE'etfingEsuGa11MRageneRnlnuord .. es1 e"t l : t(
misspend what they can earn, F'iruJ.tts '
Leesburg, where he will attend railroad will be extended from Juno to and do not provide for themselves. or for the 8IRO'JldJlI&ht 1 ,
1Cih00L" Hypolnxo as soon as possible. We will support of their families, and all other Idle and Sat iima ,Putnam co.,Flo XXXX CREAMERY BUTTER Ice aspecialty. t.."
be glad to see It come. disorderly persons Including therein those persons $oo mo : on ,
Mr. Willet Denike has at last lone to who all lawful business, and habit,
'A brands
full floe of beat of CANNED GOODS.- :
'That touching Utt1.poem In the htf t
was a .
Lake City 'where his mother and sister nally misspend their time by frequenting houses }
; f:lar of last week, by B."Lester Gladden. of 111 fame. gaming houses or tippling shops I ORLANDO NURSERY Orders delivered at private residences, and at the steamboat landings and railway .

are now residing./ We did not know that oty old friend wasa I conviction shall be conslderea,be fined In vagrants a sum not and exceeding may,. n fifty depot., Meat department opens on Sundays from 0.to 8 o'clock. ', t. r

Miss Eaton's house, on the bluff, is being poet of such merit dollars or Imprisoned not exceeding thirty JAS. MOTT, prop'r, ,
painted. Mr. White of ,Georgians Toy. days, at bard labor,or by both line and.Imprisonment ; ,:
Is doing the work. at the discretion of the Mayor.i All ordinance ORLANDO 'FLA. W. .J. HILL. II. :M. 1'AP, WOR II..t \ J
of ordinances In conflict with ,
*or pans
Three hundred and "
acre orxcrlltni
A new wharf Is under at Mr. Jno twenty this ordinance be and the same are. hereby re t -:, ; ; l : '
way : pineapple land for sale, $19.64 pealed.Ordinance. W. .V HILL & Co. ::7 .rI;' (
Ooode's We hear he will build J
a ,
/ per acre, described as follows The n.e. passed this 8th day of Oct.*1891. Orange Trees; \ ,
Dew house this falL t and the n.e. J of the ..e. of Sec. 21 8. H. RAT, Approved, }
Lembn Trees : ; / ,
.J Cb'n.CounOII. B.a.Wtt.sollMayor.Attests ESTAri'LISUED \
Capt. Tellers' anchored at ,Melbourne and the s, w. J of the n.w. and w. t 01 J.W.ROIJlIUI.: Town Clerk. 05'' Grape Fruit Trees 1873. V. \i
the s.w. i of Sec. 22. all in Tp.87. S. R. .- : I I'
:Monday night; on his way to Miami, Catley Guavas. .
with several passengers. 41 E., containing 820 acres. About two Master's Sale., :.Tahiti? ': {I' LeConte and SANFOnD. 'LA. 'ti.: .{ '' i
Kelfer ,
acres of above which is planted in pineapples TTNDEIl AND ny VIRTUE OF FINAL' LIn\es I.". / 1 1Ij a "iIN& '
:Mr. and Mrs. J. TL Phillips and Miss Is to be excepted from the sale U V decree of foreclosure and sale, Issuing out Fears Peach and Persimmon Trees V "*
C. L. Marsh are expected to return from of and under the seal of the Circuit Court of THE'WHOLEaALE HOUSE FOR '. > :
This bind of will be understood -
course as the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florid., In and Niagara Grape. :Vines. .' y wfHardware
their trlp'to Daytona this :week., from the price, has no river front, for Brevard county In Chancery sitting In a certain .. stoves. doors ; t TJfi3'
but lies three of mile from case wherein Mary M.Wilbur, Walter 8. : ,' t : $
The has quarter. A If.
Melbourne bad .
a goodly num. Graham her next friend, and Sidney Wilbur, w. Lead la a General tin of Nnrserr .i" .
her ,of guests lately.: It is a favorite the river back of Jensen 'poetom e. ,It her husband are complainant, and Jam* T. ,_>, "to;<'?. ,TangOmoAltfee's Sash, bllnds..palnts."lea.ds. .;.\ ; ( '
adjoins the extensive l pineapple Sanders trustee, and Jam. T. Bander and 1
j topping place for: commercial travelers. very a* > "
plantation of,T. V. Moore, and his asso I Telltha Backett a*executors and John W.Back- Oils brick lime, cement ':' ; 4;:'t *-'.. y. t
The:new.residence of,Mr.'W" I.; M t- I ett Telltha Saekett Glen Btrohm and Robert AKarde General Supply Store <
elates Messrs. Ives and BaUanttrie. .and
; defendant, said decree under ., '
are being
calf tm ,the.,blufl, near Bleak House. Is as good pineapple land as cad'be(foutti I date of July 84th, 1891,1 will, on the first Won- 1fia1 .' Iron, lea.q, sewer, ; & fire-clay! pipes/: r' : t
pt'eeentesfine appearance from the river In the county. Apply to Bobbins A : day In November, the same being a legal sal i b th*plan to Bell You po. Want and
I and the second of the Buy."'hat y DaIIJtDWARit .i'< i ,"
,' day day month A. D. .And.all Building Materials. '* .
The sodden"change to sueh c61d weather Graham.. f; :13!tf 18II between tb*legal hours of sal* and In fron } ;Paints'bui;,firming Implomenu. : \' t'j"

has caused a number'of persona to < of sell ti.the court following house 'door described, In Tttosvll., Florida toowi&1.ut .'Bunders' Haurlal.Mstloa]tnsiranunM, .. : 1. 1 ,:{gdtetoC W.,'4' ;;Q'? A':" '

take cold, and cough. ,mediolnea, are 'allthe Jensen.' of the southwest quarter of section\ one' FUBNITUatladthe New J-ROCKSS VATOB8TOVB ? '
style,now \ '-. ,. : township twenty-two soath of rang north ,which U death to all others..it .
ait,excepting th* north quarter of the :
The public school: here, we are told The poptmaeter'bu recently painted half of said sooth-west quarter, which contain : S.
will be under the charge of a-gentiemac his house over. twenty acres, and I*'known: U the Pl'tlpertyot Fertilizeis: "r
George W.Morton. Tb balance of said southwest Davidgo's : fll
from Boston Ga and will the \j
begin > i ;
Hudson the mentioned
Mr. L. N. W( forfianford: or qnart.er,1eN exception eontains It' 1.V : tj + f
first Monday November. j f ", one hundred and forty aoras, or so much ;
Tuesday night' steamer. -
thereof a* .b&II'b* safflelmt V to satisfy tbamount .
'The Flirt, Capt. Hector's yacht, -with The'ln1et at-Gilbert' been of said decree and cost*.' Alt of salt
Messrs. C. Campbell and j.O. { Bar has op- dIs situated la th settlement known: a* a ,, "" )
it + *- fa Brevard b Are Manufactured Iroi'-thd BijsitEertllizinj { 1 i ; *
ailed to E a Gallfe BrtAdayattenwoiu! enedtn- ig&fdov/ :- ,jjft. prMe. Florida.Heat sra A Banana considerable oreek portion of the county shore, InjftdfeiJjf : J1

The return,was a drifting match. .'C 'tl 1tal'Loe1eaa. Stone'X&.., described land-u. hammock. Term..of sale, .". ,, ." '! \ <,.. .It- "" "..
Oft. arrived here last cub. ".ff Ttmitcs). .; '-; } ;
Tuesday : I .
Swallows and ducks have made*their : : '
1"6& Special MU1mtMaster's FOR AL'I1ROPS' & LATITUDES; .= -' 4 '
appearance In great numbers arrive; The steamer landed Umber on the .'' .:: .; ", ,
from the cold north of us. They Waveland' dock last Tuesday, for 8., D. Bale.' ,. ," ..... '

ahead of the\ weather prediction.The Lofton's hou...
Eleanor made a trip np the Banana The dance at'Mr. J.'L. Jensen'. packIng In tM Circuit Court oftht Fifth Judicial ',

on' Monday. )(ellln. W J. Nesbitt! I house, on 'rldayDlght, was quite a Dttiricl Circuit o/ tin Florida.United In States, Northern Davidge Fertilizer Co & ;

and A. S. Fee were looking after the>mprovements success, with refreshments at 11 o'clock. of Chinctry: ; e ,

on their homesteads. The young ladles all looked very bloom- 'Frederick.TaJ'IOI' >

has another with ing. i V8. .!' fc 121 Front St. New York.
Melbourne we, S Stephen Ryder Thomas ', ,
T. Llp comb, proprietor. It,U situate Some of the bachelors in this part :of Frank Bell/Edwin IJunn. k "i :'" ..,

In the colored settlement, and will, no the country seem to think that ,everyman ; Rogers Thoma Reed.Mina 8.John Joss O., FOR SALE BT And by Dealers. : ..

doubt, receive a goodly Uare of the trade ought to bach four years so that Robert II.Jones.and Daniel NOTICE OFMASTER'S E: L. Indian River. Landings **' ** &*A i
there. he win appreciate his wife when he gets Bowen Albert M. BALE Hear what the peopl sayLboul this store 1Mr.Altrst %, ">
Thrasher, Julius A.; Hay. I
Mr. Alford general agent for the London her.Mr. den,Jr.. John P. MaOov. ,. Dearair-we cheerfully testify to Titusville. Florida. and. Station-generally. I. ,

Livet'pnp1andelobePits Insurance John Millet, of :Eden, on his way; era. William, Oliver C.H.Starkweather. rite.Aaron / the Oawllo admirable ,ualttles) tare vt had the Nw rtooess ,
Btov We over six '
Co., was In,town Thursday,. making a home from the Inlet last Monday, found, Adams,John J.Hew*,. months,and cannot$ point to a single one fault.
diagram our. town, for future refer a duck near, .the .bore." After giving Charles 8.Darling Henry ," j JL 0.dl II.A. atcr1mseour.
Lee,and Nathan Ferry. TitavUl Hay'. Cocoa Furniture
ence.. him two cracks with his 88 Winchester Under and by viitoe of a Una! decree of foreclosure 54l. EmporiumIs y .v
few he proceeded to get him, and found that and sale mad and rendered In open : I find. great'uvlng of gasoline In th. New .
Mr. Jobs Henry brought over a he had put two bullets into ft"caller,1 I court by tile lion.Charles -YD., Judge of the Prows over the pdj It keep In* la*perpetual s
: pine from his plantation at Melbourne to Mr. 'John Richards. We. said said on tb*8I'd"'y of Jane 18MIn state.of wonder. and delightMrs. Unfinished at Knock-down having It finished1,$" tIn *
Beach. With pineapples, lemons limes belonging In the court. depending In chancery,whore. .$idney wfbui. Buying Furniture prices, and "
-etc. to have think Me. Miller will be sure to shoot alive In Frederick.Taylor Is complainant and Stephen TltuvUl., May Kb,laud Cocoa. The saving of freight and damage In transportation .enable me to .- t f .
1orange..guavu., we manage duck instead of wooden one nest Ryder and others & and tome .
mats meet competition from any source whatever. \
fresh fruit ., directed shall amt delighted with the Haw Process. Vapor
dally.Workmen.are a*special sell to the '
time. highest sod..., bidder for cash,' on Monday, Stoves. U I*mora than I*xMctd.QUEEN Also dealer In Paints, Oil and all Painters' Material; Cotton and Linseed Meal, ; v ,
bUllion( the Improvement the 2nd day flit November 1181, (that being thehours Mra. K. I. Wiley; Potash and the standard brand of Fertiliser on hand and supplied at manofavx V',
of Stewart' Hall: The stairwayii 'Notice.Guardian's. legal ash day of said saonth),between the Titaavife,1111., .May Gth,IIIIIJ. JJ tare' price and freIght. ; t : 1 /. V >

to changed from the rear to .the front /heddgofJ.ekaonvllieIneIheeslddal. 'Also new Process Gasoline Stove and Wood and Oil Stoves. '' ./
of the building the hall celled, and the trtet.tb*following described towlltAll .f '
ftttlo flnI hed. and singular these certain parcel and : GENTS.1 FURN.I8UDJO ,: ; r ,
.order tract of land situated,lying and being In the ,
and by vlrtae-of a tamed b*
Mr. and Mrs. ;'.::0. Walton' and Master UNDER Minor B Jones,County.sedge'J county of Brorard and State of Florida;and described COCOA Indian Riier Florida. V'V j :
a* follows, slat: A portion of lot three A few ( .. l
Claude were calling oa Meads In Mel- Brevard county It., florid,made the on UM floras Mb (I)af section three(5)and a portion&ha1lOl'tb- more, Queen : .' (
of OetutncJL. 1MU.
bourne on Saturday renialnlag guests AJfnd des) J. Kl"*g and Kubart upon B. Elnfj, by tkelrriuirdUn east quarter*the southeast quarter of section Pineapple, Plants for O. K. WOOD. Agent., ,.' kA ;,
of Capt..CJ. ,:J..Hector,;at the 21 elbouroe, ,Aired Smith for the uJ. ot cartels four(i)aUlD township tweuty-nv(as) south of '
till Sunday afternoon. naleiUM belonging to aid m1aon, 1, tile said rang*thlrty-ctz(K) east, according t* UsitedSateisurvey. sale! at $2 per dozen.A .
riurdluwlU nOl,at ,U frat of .and being commonly known a* 1 {
their faIl UM Coart-bonw door InTttusvtlle. on M DdaT the Ryder land In KockMdg upon a pertlon of good"tlme to Professional Garde. '
Our merchants are weaving engagef I J. M. Sanders
1 situate
.._. A. D. imi, aha same which tile Tropical hotel and several
tile Sad day of VoT ,
stocks'of goods, and are the flnt Monday tb*month and a local other buildings and ....prO\_... and I*more jiext season by the ,
iiector'edeckwith balcg I Cf MM* M. BOBSIM. WXbTKS B.OsUJUM.JDOBBIKS
described follow to-wtt
The noon boat went to Mr. aU betwen tb Veal boon of aJ.. *. the particularly lesdhe.p In' '
goods, every day last week, we believe IIl<< aar' bu bidder,Ior.a h,the foUoving.. nnrthca. so he euraer conveyed of UM Is parcel located of M a point, Intended o. thousand. Write for A GRAHAM, Dealer 4 :> ,

and on Monday, of this week, also. I. Regina.-&at' !a point. ntn..*south:, Rae of she wed bank., Indian Klvw*v. hnadjMd and orices.T.E.RICHARDS'. '
the( )n.w/W of the .... K-ofsection*. ..... )feet onUi W UM qnaner_lea tin ATTORNOTS-AT-LAW DRY GOODS NOTIONS th''
Inquiries for lands come dally and the abl f sooth of......s.." KM feel weet ofthr.coruerofn dividing tot _at from lot Um at) ,
Interest in Florida seers widespread. w. U ot the.. w. V, which of said section tare*(I)which 1s also UM quarter TrrviTXUJKi Drv&rd.Co., Florid .
From Maine to Colorado and from ex- point..SB feet aosuhands feet wst of the a.w section werthsaat line dividing aarter the from aouth the sxirthea..ut quarter** q.arter of. Eden ..Fla.'Wa.Ht.GLRASOK I*.O.Bog,Btf; CBOCKIRT, "- -
Bobbin* Cnhaai'saiidlttonto "
treme northern Michigan to. Texas was ornet of lot M af of Titosvllle taboos ran not** of UM*antns quarter III.1IMI1' -- Will prsetle la all tM.oentiesof. the Bevsnth 4DDLER1", V
the territory covered by last week'mall. along the the town centre. said addition a distance of US tees west woes said lot tons (*) and eoraaJ" ; for sUamlnlog ajtd rfcttng Land at
thMOgh HI feet east of the northeast quarter .f UM _...>st quartet to I Title (Corresuonrt.no sollelc d tram Clalni.sat Qt
last lees, la a point a.
T. Mlsner arrived o I Friday men or ; ,
of Bobbin*" Graham'*additiosK tile lln dividing UM Mil mntheasf .ofu-tsr of ATTOIUTEYS LAND tad Moire to KpaaUb prut. '
from Chicago, and will proceed to bund iheslo.E. Mst Mt feet,more or lee.,t* the_lluast quarter t.the aertbw..tq..n. IK OAJ9ES. KuiurytoLoan. tD. OdBDeSEED', ,(
fast possible.' Several! of let M of said addition) --. sot 01 tile so.tbw$quarter d said &Joe Iou p ,
hi* home a* ft* the a. corner ;
families of Us acquaintance expect to ran smith XM feet e.Of lees, to tile so.U.. (4)1 orthweet ths B comer south of shag u..said land dividing fomwrty! Use owMd lath* TITLES TO"-8PAIlLSU GRANTS XX- L. OACLDa1J.. T, J4Q1tU, m CHOICE GROCKniES.1P'. #
make Melbourne their'.stoppng..pbcetorthe line at.tb.run n.w.al H MB f tfc fed* mots K of said IBM section to the *by A.along L. and UM E.aorta f.Hatcm boundary in said line section of UM i UMSUMat test AMOTCD AND PERFECTED, KoUrr. Attoroy ComsnlssloOOT for Hoard Coanty*. 1UY', CORN, MAPESVFERTJLIZEaa; "tt?

winter. pea...f..bglnnl..... ,, 'two acres, aor..Id. lssd.M 1adIaa lira which said tta BANDERS, FINE PATENT FLOUR i f
Jltkwthlte of North Carolina of I*tear hundred and ignteM HW)fast aorta .fMM ABSTRACTS FURNISHED., JtZ. GAULDEN ;,. t
Mr. jy+ .) BerlnnJnr at th** comer tail uu I lisp dividing said lot shies(S)tram kit fat .AND OOOOA :7J'IoridA ;
stopped In Melbourne for a short; time BoMdn* Jk firanajn'* addition UM, parcel and of landa. (ha U said. asetkisi Um*(*),and UM list*dlvtdUt* SURVEYS OBTAKfZD, ATTORWltyS.AT.LAW, ;" 4'

on Us way to .vt it hi... son at Jupiter. above BMfevt.moracrwaa.siaac IIIarlbed.to tie south lln of UM ..w. Wtb I the MId .oRb.wa quarter ., she of Defective. n.l eltead aDd Will praetl In aU the CCPVTU of the Stated
Me. D. U favorably impressed ..... of.alLJnadutMM ..d Ned m> ran wt alonf Mid I gams frees She.outhwt gweter the south- Pre-Emption I 4 V Sja
very If 1 .rl quarter W said -.. too (4)J tbMuwnortherly Entries Corrected and Perfected.: Florida,and Ute UblUd Btstes C arCe. tia
.. north risfeet
and think of tai test. ran
with the ladlta River country .. alone said river ee UM plat of eonv r.o.JIosTlTlJeyll..LKo FLA.TTOWILL .
of lot IS ofBebWu
vlMtoUM eon f .8
we can raise excellent tobacco here. scan ft arabao'addition; t ..ass.... .* sc wsl.sotaaag twity-tw pfd sans... Claim* Sdt' -tb. to be de .andMf add addttton more or toss: ssMTVlncandsoUnff frosn meat aq .., i .
Thl*I* another paJ industry snag MM nontli Use of tou .- above that strip or parcel of land _Y..d by .M '
the of b.g1ieWtopssle.o
feet to plans -
veloped. n dW.aesgofiagi paroeIII of Ju4 be.L saUateYbe Hvder sad hi* its wit la on. solIdled.E & .
Hubert C.May,!* deed bnerUg date of April! TITUS __ .
The Equitable Life Insurance Company IC.tit the south loth,A.D law,and recorded In Ik.proper oOes : tJ'GALL);:FLIT. ,
u 4he s.w..or.a 'W '
'* general agent Dr. 'I'/J.. Uupperd'Dr. and "("'the) 1JitctUla...." ill< the ..v.Il el..uoa a...... as afJtMvsrdCMnty w. AIM all aforesaid of th nan In &ndt.heart K urea ot dale of. .&.TTO LAW, '
PUley' examining physician ship t3.*vnUi*f rang_nl;Uwne ran south pap of wales four ( tows \
4l .
tile aovtlMaM .. 1
Capt MercL5, traveling agent, arrived u..a et U-land ot Roowi Klnlg
) .
Wednesday evening, on the tile W.amass *.woes salsa,.according .. U* United 'ttt 2? '
here on these* awl alen. the MU lln of BUrt B. ..... Rotary u oa e. '
steamer Ibis, and remained until Saturday tlnlr,a ditnnnof IIS feet to the.*.Mner of at&tM Tllere" ". the 110ft d.aibed p..es1.sa a .
morning. They. received a large ottfofBaoblniAOnaain-* addition; theses SMrtgati.prior CO.'Pn.."wideb. > '. ., e' FLA, I
Bomber of application Dr. Hupperd .m. on a cured line, parallM Mtb*railroad.. th.J .... was ns>dnd In this sear, which rte Ma !
track sow being tossed sad.astrnasd y .....date a Fbnary 1IY10, wa* ,
appointed P. Ely agent for the T. JL W. aaursf. c.. which track shah gaga given bear b1 & pb iBTd.r sad stllll Ryder, his saw M,+..JycLltarpT TAB. B. I* WILLf( ,
ttt.this with ... .with aedlu et UI rtes CO the north mdVrtch to UM r;rttrl ILTl. 1 f
territoryextending F.
Equitable point, a eane. wtfa to Taylor MMn payMBt -
.... X81.
and down the river.' u..0I1&1d IIober'., B.K1aIC'-4Iae. .,.Cbeaee. deserted- of 7..Thooaas liuUars s4 tnte****,and s..i 4 ... I'IIYBICLAif.* ,UJ10EOll. e.
op ee the 1'''' t. wa remnted a UM MU of Mnh,1557, Ii she i'!
bed MIMe W JtftIPWC1.d lloo n A.of ......ef UMCMrfctrfUMCtrttiitFincran c-n. .. ...... A gradute. ot the Valvcnlty of J>nylvaala .. I
roth. : ....I..Ia.......
d ....Ttk tev"o.cow,A.D.UM.jUFmn DFtirsat ne.....Mill wt.II M.we wysSIO rt *- l tad arf xperUoe. ot twenty ,.a ..JI-!
EM Game town lot for sale between Siont..a..lii. tat Batwrt L KIaII eaI4 n.' jeers. la practice, offers{ his acrrkf to f
and ostoffloe. .. For business ....AJtn4 J.&1aIC. wise s. .. j...tnurtn' *seial Matter. M. W. ALLtOtff, UM dtln of TltMvUte sad vldaJly.

shipryard Apply to Wm. Roeech, Eoatoa Ij Guu1tiulklian .G..ttHte'': H' "I A Wpaa/ ,,.** ..au-u.,.....,-.'."0&uAJr., M 8 omen; ells A w. JIOG&aI II on. hiJ
Gallie I1a. Ibepttao
Lau : J
t tt t tIV 4 :


.' ,>, .. ,

,. ..'I
; J "J,,"''

J .

i V


..,..... ., ..... -. 44 ...
-- : : '-.i: $; .c '', .' : ,.-.- --,

--- -

i .. ... ..

".:.. '). ; h"'PI..r .'1'' ,-.It., it:, .:,,.,,.\i.r I; 1 "I.,,: ..1: '_'.''., "' '......... ..:. _' _,.; .:_ ,,;: ,b. i.., :" >{ ':(: ,;, L.f' : _\.
"rt" .
;J .
t1GEORGIA '- I'1'. { ."'",", ;";, ," ., ;1.. '' ,-.r", ';.",':' ,<> ,"" :, ,y. ': ,," :, '" ;" '.;: y iNorthen ,- <" .J". ;}--" '._ ._,<' ,." r .) .\.,",

4 ,

5 -

....... --,-, -' :; "
drawn. beikutlfut 1 1 She War Punished :Enough. ,
elated' by that fact the directors of thI and byrtuV is ., ,,
platform -
BRIEFS. gray bodies up --C/n'
: I this to ..
surpass otpoaitioncompany all their previous propose efforts.year TbeInauguratioD J .'. .' mighty cheer went up from the multi Dick Litefiead-So t you've got back L F ., ,:; ,;. :t t"I I
tude. "Then came the carri+ge containing from Jack?' '. ,
NewlY Paragraphs From Over ''pf the success of this section ; Europe, PF .
dates froth (',\o."teat 'cxp08ll.1onJ81 \< UNVEILED- AT''ATLANTA the other. distinguished guests Of the .Jack Sago-Ye.. I suppose a great .. 1 1

the Stat and today the<< city of Atlanta stands WEDNESDAY. occasion.took Ai'ihry seats filed the upon Mexican theplatform'and band many changes have taken place since I 1'" ,' <,,. ." .'.. I
In the of all the cities "wentawny., Why there's Ethel Flirtie
The the of Darien a foremost proiperrty .
imallpox cost city "Dixie and another mighty )
played ,
good. ran, but it hat been wiped out And of the south, and ranks keonnd to no city Folly Thirty.Thousand People Witness cheer went np-a cheer that shook'the over there. I owe'her a grudge; she .;;, r'.
before I went
without water course In the United States. jilted me away. ,
I t h e money well spent. i the Imposing Ceremony.. very base of the monument itselfGov nat) hat I
her )
The wonderful growth of, tbe city of :Atlanta ; D. L.-Owe a grudge
Madison's new hotel,Ja assuming fd' has been the marvel of this entire .f' ernor Hill looked out upon the crowd in ,-that's good. 'Why she's my wife.J. '
,:antic proportions, and will .be a mam amazement. He 'could not feel other she's wife is abet .
8. Oh!
country. Without any boom, she has The monument lo It bt1 W. Grad, your ,
moth affair when completed.. steadily' marched onward. One 'of the was unveiled at Atianti., Wednesday,' than honored by this great mass of peo Then'I t. ke it back. 'can't bear her any
:Mr. $ E. Irvln, of Lampkln-owm a the ple. On the immediate spanker's stand We're more than squared
.t causes of our steady progress is opportunity with appropriate cen-mooiea. 'It was an grudge now.
.i 1 :mUch cow from which be has realized afforded manufacturers and event in Atlanta's, history. The scene at wee the governor and his party, including -Cape Cod Item. I :
this sixty dollar'worth of butter, and the "tall sycamore of the Wabash,
year inventors; and the kind treatment the monument the covering fell rooyeallng t
beside a sufficient sflpply for the family., courtesies extended to all who come." for the fittt time to 'public view Senator' Vorhors, Indiana Then there Didn't Know. t .

fiNex't year will bo Indian Spring cen- the features of the loved Grady, was certainly were Governor- Northen Mayor Hemp- -'

'$(tetmial. pne hundred years ago the STATISTICS one to remembered.. Such H hiil HoweTl, Mr., Rev.Charles Dr. Northen Lee Mr., Fulton Hon. Clark Col- A Chicago ''reporter: who, hld.been Cleared away
of it* water was discovered crowd has been seldom ,
in troubles'and
hAting powers \ seen any city. Ville Mr. Will Hill and other members sent out to interview a number of peopleon -all the ailments that
and since then it has restored thebloom Al Presented by, the Ecumenical Con It was itself a wonderful tribute to the ,I of the committee and of the governor's tht death of James R Lowell called make woman's life a burden to her.She's .

7 to many a cheek paled by.disease.' ference. memory of the man to whom the statue party. by mistake at the office of a reef(. estate relieved, cared, and restored: ,

Investigations are now pending lookldg Through Mr. }McLaren the committeeon was raised. Then the procession was : Among the people who occupied seats man whose name corresponded with the with Dr. Pierco's Favorite Prescript .
: tin for the of perfect in detail an i the exerciseswere
a suit for damages killing Methodist statistics made a report to every on the stand in addition to the immediate one on his list. tion. Periodical' pains, weak back,
-' John T. Hopkins, of Waynesboro, on excellent. No such pageant" was "Is this Mr.; '
the ecumenical council in recent sessionin family of Mr. Grady, were the speakers Dobbs.r down sensations
1 bearing
and ever in Atlanta. That is tbe 'ver nervous--
the trestle at Milieu, 60 the Millen seen 'Yes."
Washington which ia substance, ) th. and tho city council, the
D.C., mayor "
dict of the multitude that it. Tbe prostration "female complaints
last saw
Southern railroad, some time summer have of ,
"I to opinion
come get
stated that the returns had been obtained city officla, the Constitution editorial you
'bra piece of timber falling on him. from all the churches represented l in crowd was e-timnted at from thirty to statIo the i xposition directors. James Russell Lowell-to ask yourviews Ire cured by ,it. It improves 'di-*

General Henry R. Jackson of Savannah the conference and tabulated, first geo. fifty thousand people. Dr. J., W. Lee opened the proceedings as to how he stands in-" gestion, ,enriches the blood, dispela-
I' president of the Georgia Historical graphically: and second ecclesiastically. There may have been larger procession with an eloquent and touching prayer. "I don't know how he stands.. Go acbes and pains, brings ref reshin '
: ''Society, will deliver a historical Address The term "Adherents" was included in in Atlanta, but never in the history of Then Mr. Fulton Colville eloquently to Dun's azc.ncy.Arkanat Traveler.A sleep,' and restores, fiealtb. and .

,ln tlsnta about the middle of Noyem- every case, ministers and members as the city was there a more( notable ouu. toM of the history of the. monument. strength. ,
All trades all and all classes
bet; This ad trees is the first of a series well as families connected with congre professions Mr. ColvlllA Raid: Strange Present. .
and is- bo deliver of"citizens were represented in the p a. It's a powerful general, as, well as.
i ;.on Georgia history to gations. In some cases estimates' were Mr. President and Gentlemen: .Oa the -
,id under tho auspices of the Young Man's made, but in no case do they exceed .geant. The military companies and civic 23 i day of December,1889 Mr. Gr.idy died StrugglinjlIInlsler"Tbere iras a uterine, tonic and nervine, imparting .),
I Library!] Assqciation of Atlanta figures given In tho government cenruai't, :societies formed a part of that procession. On the following day ix large number ,stranger in c-hnrch to day" vigor and strength to the entire sys '

fyome ft to have an excellent electric and in some'ewes they are below. While .TUB PROCESSION AS fOBMBD. of his friends met in his old room in the Wile' -"Wh.it did he look like!" tem. Contains no alcohol to inc ri?'", .

system. The stock of tho old streetcar no official statistics were adopted by the Thn procession was made up in the Constitution! office and decided to' erect a "I did not see him." ate ; no syrup or sugar: to derange ,

lines have been transferred to north' London conference tbe figures show that following order: A squad of mounted:! monument to his memory. A committee ? "Thfn how do'you know there 'was a digestion ; a legitimate medicine- -' ..

era and eastern parties' who have organized since that in the conference there bas officers rode in front, and after them of fifteen was chosen to collect the funds trsnger among the congregation?" not a beverage. < .
with A capital,, 'Stock of ItOO 000. been an increase of 80 per cent in the' I came carriages in which were the exposition -* and build tbe monument. We issued "1 found a good quarter in the contri-- **', >,
Work will bo started at onco, and it is Methodist believers. SomA of the dog 'directors. Following them clime an appeal to the people of his beloved bution box." "-New York Weekly. If you're a tired, nervous 0J:.suf-s

the Intention of the projectors to build! tails of the report were read by the Rev. the Fourth Battalion, under command of city and state and to the people of the., The Brick Manufacturers'- fering woman, then, the "Favoritojlj: s .
in the Dr. follows: Colonel W. L. Calhoun the Cadets nation association Prescription ", is the'onlj
One 6f the most improved r.vstems Morley as ; Grady asking for contributions. In tilts 'committee of medicines,
v$outlu.- The eastern section -r '. Zounves, ante City Guards and Atlanta -. thirty days we closed the subscription five to secure .appointed international a exhibitionof that's guaranteed, in every case,.td'- ..
: Mr-Z., D.-Itnrrlson,. seci-etsry of the Europe-Ministers, 4,481;' members, Rifles, under their; respective\ cap- list. We hud collected $20,000. Tho clsyworking machinery for the World's bring you help. If doesn't give,t;::1

standing committee of didceid of Georgia 915,2<)4; adherents,20IJ.601. tame; This completed the firstdlviaioo. Bum came largely from his own city that fair and the committee has issued an address you satisfaction, you' have ,y u..Sft'money '
eotlond' ,
.Asiat-Ministers, 1133 members 84,834$ Tho division was made of loved him he loved her Niobe loved ,
,r has written to BUbop Talbot; acknowledging ; Up! as -as Inviting tho views of the .trade. back .. t' 'J ,"\.,.
the receipt of his. letter of adherents 114.008. Kdights of Pythias' The third division het children. It came from every county :

) 1 declination, and expressing the com* Africa-Mlniiters,. 294; members, 71,' composed the Fourth Artillery band, and almost every village in Georgia. It '
f i'If I mittee's regret thereat, ss directed by the 147} adherents, 283,876. the confederate vctcrafti, the mayor and' came not only from every state of the From Father To Soave ,) ; j .

.}committee;at a recent meeting in Allanta. Australasia and Polynesia-Ministers, city council the O. M. Mitchell post G. south, but from almost every state in the '"

iI,, It is leI than a month now before the i ifpgy0et4'n 7861! members_ 03,140; adherents- -488m. ,-- A. R. 'The fourth divl.ioowas union, from Massachusetts to California. mow '

will meet in :Macon to elect a I composed of the different railway organi It came from all classes f it came from all Scrofula i is a blood poison which descends from parent to child:-r, -

lthllrj' d 'pocuKion )li rlf' ** to who Eastern Section-Minister*, G.004 f zations. The fifth was mnde up of rep- sexes... It came, In all amounts, from $1- 1'.f/t
tp e wJ.vgliop-elcct'wlU be, members, 1,118,903} adherents: 8,000-.I rcffintatives of the press-newspapermen 000 to 10 cents, scot by a small newsboy I.is a taint". '1M
1! '128. s f '! printers'and newtboys. The newsboys from Texas, and S cents wrapped in a loving AFFLICTED FROM CHILDHOOD: "'/'>
f""l'he' railroads of Georgia will( .be per Sectlon-Lllnisters) | which must : :
Western J 86,031: ; wore dice badges, and were excellently note perfuTief by the touch of a little
'mitted to run'as usual There have been members 0,880,404; adherents, 20,291- drille', presorting a fino appear, girl from South Carolina. be eradicated; "i

maty attack, ado upon the legislature, 975. anco. Over 'one hundred and fifty em- I Why should the whole people of this Mrs K. Itltcher, of Mackey. Ind., says: "Juttioe compels 'oJ, "' -'
bat nothing lha.t can pnssiblyinjurethemhu Grand Totals-Minlsters.42,005; members loves of the Constitution head''d this mighty nation so generouslyy contribute from the system : '
me to that S. S. S. has worked Utt short of .. ;:
e ,,
boBO. doptod.t The .special commlU- say ; ;
O.404.3IOldherent. 27,878: 104. vision i each wearing a handsome badge. to the perpetuation of tho -name and before "
tee of the legislnture1 on the legality of The report whieh was, as explained, Many 01! them were the co-workers of memory of Henry Grady in everlasting a a miracle In my case, In curing roe of aggravated Scrofu :; "

:the lease, which, reported Wednesday, not quite complete, was criticised by>> Mr.,Grady, This completed tbo procession bronze? Hu never held public office;'ho cure can be la.which afflicted me from childhood. It attacked' my ;' ''

even declined to ask the house to adopt. several members; DK: ,Turner I f ng-. fin foot.Behind was not endeared to the people from hon. made Swift's throat and nose and threatened: my lungs. My throat ,, I ;. .

its report, declaring! that the leases of the. land, holdlng'tliat' I It would,' if adopted( them was the, sixth division ored ago or public trust. His life was Specific S.'Wall so sore that 1 was ctmpelfed' _subsist on liquid 'F : .

'p Central-Macon and Northern: asked and others that !vitiate"the! returns: __in; England.. l ; ]Fitst came the Governor's Horse Guards, yet in the dawn; manhood's morning had food. When I began S. 8. S. I was In'a w.et bed condition '. ''.
to be.illegal. They'simply ': 'Comm nded by Captain John' A. Miller. not reached noon, and the shadows were S. S drives.out ?" -: ;.
the report t be priqM That on"vii! Itt ,-, ; SHIP CONTRACTORS' FAIL1. Next the governor's: staff. Following! still slanting toward ,the west. It proclaimed the l, virus but; well.commenced to Improve at once, and am' now' .;r.;

i ',\{auy people{ who' outfmplatesltlog\ { them was tbe fire department.; They con., the fact that the 'people! of this entirely :'
t &e Piedmont .exposition Mn'AtUnto arc A"trre'Shlp' Building Firm at Boston tlnued with the proccshion, Alabama united country; re.co::"ized! him as the patriot -' through the ..1;; ;_
'.. ,
} under the imprcMlon': from rumors which .' ", vln Trouble., / street, when an alarm of fire was rung in of this age I The first since Lincoln pores of 'the 'skin' and thus relieves the blood 'of' ,the' poison. t "u:
1 have been set afloat, that an additional and they broke ranks. Next came the -since Washington. We hear it constant- ," '
A Washington of Monday DISEASES 61l. Tffawintfcciricco.. ,i. '
dispatch looks DNYens AND ui* ATLANTA ___ .
exacted nfter the -the
fee wodld be 'entering has ..been.Informed carriages containing'Governor-, repeated from partisan sources that the
I ground to witness the King eolomocparwt : pays:" The.navy..department IIarreon. Lor- family of Mr. Grady and the Grady south is rebellious and the scri! bling -ELY'S CREAM DALM-C1. n5d. the Nasal aPaae.Rea Fo"
of the Heal.
.Kfrmance' just the same'as, is exacted tea l feCo.7ih'P' builders, at (Boston? who. monument committee. Pharisees declare the south barren of talent +., the 80......Allay.x..ore.fain Taste and and I. Smell amlD.ton, nd, Cn..... C07ARrc.'OI"ttI \ "
witness. the performance; pf any, otber, ( the construction ofthe' '-Jin tbe first carriage were Governor andgeniu, yet in the beloved borders .., .
sideshow; The directors, learning of this,:; dawn rmorsd'cruiserNo.contracts or jl.at $374DOOJ with( .David B. Hill, Charles S. Northen,.president : of ''this rebel and barren'' land was bred tArfflEP. :P. I :

,held a meeting and introduced a icsoUK ,, for spee4 ;;eudPlbrodsteee t of tbe committee on Arrangements; I and'born thu th e e greatest patriots this } i / ,
premium ,
the to state" the'fact a Governor W. J. Northen. Mr. Clark bas
.t Eton asking papers boats at 123,500 each but as yet has I. country ever produced-George 'lj..ti Jo '
that no/extra admission would be charged. ug. its ,in the matter, HowelL n" .'' 'f\_ Washington,' Abraham'' .Lincoln. Henry; Gives ReUef at once for Cot n head. t\;: "eaIOlo '
>t determined\ course f/ot. t1 'f\
'. -fof looU'in the grand stands t I, r; lrL. DeGlvs'e mammoth'new; opera the about four flfths finished. It' I W. ''Slocum, Colonel Fulton Colville, It was the spirit of the south, that, -- --- ,

fcouieln v Atlanta Is rapidly nearing coin.i Is said tugs at are the department- that the government SenitorDan Voorhee, of Indiana, Mr. J, carved with the sword the pathway, s '' 90'' % LYE-. .1C"t" :.'; tr.i'30Pi- ;,t'J
i ptetlon.- When finished it will '.M; the U amply taokd obI the bond 'of I l J. Falvey. the pen, and made America thestrong LEWIS d and Perfemsd.irarzsrxn.l .- 'r.: V.s YI" '! DS : '
I -aldett4: ui..*4mM>aiag playhouse in the the contractors, which is more than sufficient Third carriage-Mr. John A. McCall. hold of the Anglo-Saxoa race. ( ) 0' ; ( 'i t ED-. '. i:'"
t I ,South, outside of New Orleans. It will to insure the completion of the Mr. Thad Hammond General E.. P, Washington made our country. Lln. Strongest tndpurttt Lye mad.. I..tf ,1HoWE 2.Dti. .
'fee elegantly furnished In latest designs vessels The to be deter. Earle, Mr. William P. Hill. < coin sacrificed his life in maintaining it, L Make tho but perfumed Hard rods "
i only question 1
.of theatrical paraphernalia from pit to mIlled is as tl<> whether this shall.be done The following several carriages contain and 'Grady triumphantly standing-, Soap. It in is SO the minutos best for without softening boil.tap. :3.50 DD DD9IJ. '
audwill have ed the different members of tho monument Blymouth Hock was with loving words "
dome a seating capacity by the government or by tbe assignees water clonnilnjr' waste pipea, POLIDE" '-II
.of a GOO: Mr. DeGive is a'1'e"raD' Tho latter course is the moat probable One. committee and their guests, General again knitting; the states of this union dlslnfecttarf( Dk..cloceU,washIng '" 1J ,v son aura
In his line aid is well known all over the Jt is also stated: at the department thai Austin Lathrop, Colonel J. S. McEwren. into a holy c .,,,Pllct of mutual esteem bottle,' paints, trees, eta 'iO'Z.25 "

f) tate. ,Ho Is determined, to have" the best there has been no delay whatever ia the Dr. II. S. Pearce Dr. J. W. Leo, Mayor I and affection when the cruel arrow of f PENNA. SALT MFG. CO., .1.75.

1 J that is going and will spare neither timebor matter of tho payments to1 Harrison, Hemphill, lIon. Fleming duBignoD.IIon. death iierred his loving heart and! stilled Jaja jen..Agents. Pails. F._. : (c..cr'DR..n//. I r :\ "

money to make his new theatre- the Goring &; Co., and that all their applications Pat Walsh John Temple Graves judgesof his magic tongue. n I "" SSE L'

t t t pride of Atlanta and the theatrical profession for payments have been promptly the supreme court "His eloquence WAS the electric current S5Qkaceo REW'ARD win dWI.i' !
'1 l at Inr e.. honored so far as progress of the '''work: The 8. T.,A; was represented by a delegation upon which the positive and negative other To. W. L. DOUGLASS ,

I ; ; I'arallla.fib..Graft:' ,......... performed justified. The,real cause of in cartiagrs.ALOSO poles* of public sentiment were rushing Ulan ot than our DON'T PUB HAVANA brand ot Cnttlnca.:t ara. la the '

The bronze Statue of Henry Grady has the failure is thought to lay in the fact THE LINE. into a warm embrace and he died 'liter 'T Ms ..rwh.for.. ;ou SHOE OENc? MEN .-
Iood a ODe 8pnbON
I i l ,been placed upon Us \pedestal and is that they undertook: to perform naval Tho long procession of six divisions, ally loving a nation into peace.'" UUH Iac T'now THE BEST SHOE m THE V08UI ni THE ROKaf

.ready for the impressive: unveiling ceremonies work at too low 4 price. composed of civic and military organizations THE DNVErUSO. *U>W cent ctc.. GENTLEMEN and LADIES,U"foardol.Ur ..
br wearing W. L. l>o jl 4 ebon. Ttwy
which will take place Wednesday, and distinguished citizens and President Northen of the monument AV. D. ELLIS & CO. meet th.waD" .f all daum, and are the moat .f
.,. the Slit ,It will be a great day in Ati THE 'REPORT guests; presented an imposing spectacle: association then announced that the WINSTON. MOKTU. CAItdLINA. eononical. foot-wear.,.r.fend(or th. IDOMT...
DISCREDITED ---- ......
it ot dealen who offer ..
other nakei, be
\.*\ .]ante, and Immense, throng will .takoI' f as it moved along the line of march from stttue V7ould be unveiled by Miss Gussie $ the knlb-, and tag lust a. good and be nn roe ban W. 1.
part In the 'exercises. Governor ,David That Uncle'Slm'. Squadron Behaved tbe Capitol on the way to the status Grady, the only daughter of Georgia's P PILESo..rwd) l tnm AU.U bu.ln...._.... ponglai Sb.....,with name aad price atampad .a I
B. nUlL of Ntw York,. will be the orator Nearly-every organization floated handsome beloved son, in honor of whose memory M tn.& d. Ala bottom. W.L.DouClu.Droakioo. J.tue., ,J

,I'", of the dsy. The demonstration on this Badly in Chilean Water banners an laiUt
I occasion; will .eclipse anything of the Dispatches received at London, Monday From the beginning to tho end of the. pulled the blue ribbon which loosened :. for P.mph'et.' ..tr Old 60. "Ia':-...IUdl.I... 'Finn +local a4r rtUad dealen-mpfljiugjvtiiUEHTIUTED -- .- '

'',kind ever known in, the ,hlstor. of the from Valparlaio say that evidence from line of march the sidewalks were crowded tbe white cloth enveloping the statue. IIooI':\1t10UEf.'N,'pI:tItsvad Md.ea, Uuhsa.ICal;
city; neutral!, sources c6nfirms the statement overflowed .tJo,. J /.,
with they The covering fell and the monument .
t .
I ,. \ ..uT.a-MIIU..Oella.. ItrertaagwI made that the United wore in into cbeering'p"jle.made1: the windows complete appeared in full view before the oti>ni.1"1.*tloaii)wt_-. FISTULA I
I ,.The biggeaf Chilean waters both in and ia black and hid the housetops. from' 'view. great assemblage. Hats were raised aDd 'promptly .....
ably ever been filed InFaltoncounty has deeds, displayed enmity towards the Congressional From the capitol to Whitehall street the a great cheer went up from the thousands WpODBURT'S FACIAL EOAP. I
\lweaput into the bauds of the clerk of navy during the' recent civil crowd was thick on both sidewalks, and who love and honor the memory of the sot UM hilu Hcal|> uia COO l FXIOO.

1 jthe superior court in Atlanta. It'was war in Chile, on the latter street crowded out onto 'the great Georgian ..t Kxuttolklrn'upcriiiare.th..rw..r. by....u._ Vorute 6.mpb
f filed by,the Southern Bmklng and Trust A Washington telegram says: Tbe report procession in places. A noticeable feature GOT.. HILL BFEAKS. ud Cek..n 9..7! p.( book>t benuunkwr mt ......SnTu
of Boston. The is from London that the United States -.: Aorvouftaail diMMM sad Wee z x x
..company, mortgage' was the. number of ladies present, and ..,
Inee.ra4 rot -.id lor i' alto>>
naval in Chilean waters displayed -Hon. Clark Howell then introduced ...., I CLOTHING
given 1 by the Atlanta Consolidated StreetCar squadron house DtaAffurtmcaU Glare 4> X X -
contained its
every big dry good. of the u.ru, India Ink and Po.drmriTVTK U .....
enmity to the congressional navy ; the orator day Governor Hill, of IloYke. .,..... Adapted to all climates sad
'company 'security for' the flat'boads of fair faces-in window. ul' -d .
bouquet every : :=ii.rr' : peruurSaid ty
1 amounting to ten suds' half million : during the recent war in that country, is Down Alabamq, and along Loyd to Do- 'New York. When Governor Hill arose sea.R w....... .etm.,., aatouwiuto .me.-.d. rube Illutimted a'abrlerTr.l.Y.KANSAS I
One-halt this amount has wholly discredited at the 'navy depart- .the crown cheered enthusiastically TheGovernor's ew ttmt ku, *. I. CX7. CaontiilethMwaaml cation to Hnrderfold .
dollars. catur,. up Pryor.to Peachtree the- sconce In*,at eflloe at by reu.. ar.w 1. sack yUc. .
the officers of the speech was a grand eulogium ,
One highest
issued and the balance will be floatj '
peen the but it was when th1
were panic/ ;
and tribute to'-the Bouth's noble eYBabtt.e.
I j fri at a later day. The mortgage,t oysrs rank said he had positive information parade 'reached Marietta street that the home with FARMS&HSouJprtoea
of the of { .' that while' Admiral Broun who commanded spn. U M&n4WJaJ Book of par.
Ul thf took in the ,
property tompsnT interest! the public un.
: \. to great At the conclusion of Governor Hill's ur FKKE.: ( Parmtforaale e< tmrpilna LtMrreevCUAtt.
the '
squadron, was compelled ..
B. WUllLI.Er. _
I I ThrV Caailac Baatk.Georgia veiling of the statue 1 could, be fully B./l.w'OOLLHbi.b: U..r H. .-
1 he cheered and .
speech was heartily
e l will have the pursue a neutral course during tne struggle manypeople tawtiau utOoa llMJi Whllrhall at r
and, Florida Judged. ""' ''_ ? .'! .
heaviest tourist travel the coming season his personal sympathies and convictions From tho artesian well, to far beyond pressed.and forward to congratulate : .ewire.__....;: A 1i' 'I.p c-.. ......- ... -, ""'."<
him. lie the gentlemen with him .. .. _
with the I. aa.b T 'IcI&m.Aom..r ..
were altogether congressiooalUta. :-r
I, they eve: had so it is iald.' A n Ewt where the veiled monument stood in the were presented to Mrs. Grady and the .TTDMEMTCDYnoo. ..A'b4.a.a.dma.Cheataraire, .. ;.t ...
Tennessee official: who i.lost back from a middle of Marietta street opposite1 tbe other members of the family and the exercises XaIa btllurraiu. ".Yo A. N. tt .......... ....... Furi1.three, "1.' .
trip over biz road, says that be'WII' astonished poatoffice, the people were packed and were at an- end. Thus closed a : { ".
at tha number of northern and COURT OF' LAST RESORT. crowded until progress was almost an memorable day for the city of Atlanta COLDS
.; western people lie met who were on their impossibility. Every window WM and the state of Georgia. The universal ,
+/ to south Georgia and :Florida Un. Important Cases and the Time for Conslderlng crowded taken advantage -
way every'projeution verdict on the monument is that it is an yCOUGHS.
wetly this travel does not act In weU Them. of. The balcony of DeGlve's excellent likeness. AO _

(t until November and December. 'He I Tile United States supreme court, ooT opera house was packed with ladies, and HOARSENESS
could not explain. I lM himself,* and ap Monday, decided the motions to advance the old capitol looked like a bee hive. TYPOTHET.E. ,
I proacbed. group of passengers, fled the Virginia coupon tax cau*. 1 be court The -postoffice presented perhaps tho UNITED Y
I without letting them know his position, advanced and assigned for argument the most crowded appearance. Every slate la CQNSUMPTION AND
asked them what was bringing them south first :Monday in December the cases of shingle upon the roof seemed to have its Heels la its Fifth Annual

ao early this year.Oue: of them answered: "that :o murderers to be executed in New human occupant With a reckless disre- Cincinnati.The ALL AFFECTIONS OF TIlE THROAT AND LUNGS, .

"You know we have had the grip in.the. York by't ieana ot electricity. The two geed of danger they looked down on the United Typotbette of America, an ., ,:;
,borth for two winters,.and it has ended lben are jXIcoU TreuU and James :Mo crowds beneath them from their vantage organization composed "f toe proprietorsof TAYLOR'S CHEROKEE REMEDY OP :'J'

J 'fit a great maaj people. AU :the slgnV Elytne. The former was sentenced for point and never seemed to think! that a printing establishment, began its fifth .
point to an early and hard winter! .1_ thlmurderof a fellow Italian earned tingle incautious movement would pro.cJpItaie annual svssion at Cincinnati Tuesday SWEET GUM AND MULLEIN : w.

tact a very severe winter is: expectedthroughout SalranaVand the latter for the murder of them a hundred feet to the pave. morning with over three hundred delegates i
'' the north and west. -We did, s'VJUogkrya: ; grocer, named Lucca. The inept. Every telephone and telegraph present. The meetings! were strictly -

,not want to bo eauhUhe hurried ..sway : court also advanced the cases of the an- pole was garlanded with men and boys private as the Crania UJQ relate to mat.tsars Is the BEST KNOWN REMEDY.I: : :

.oonar than usullNI.vlt.4 ,ucWa *,'Fi lJer and Schwab! who are and the trees likewise served as seats. of business merely interesting to the '

t.the- a.spltlem. ? )oVin Ui* penitentiary in Illinois, for It was a scene th"t showed, how >much delegates/ or of such a nature that promulgation Ask jour druggist or merchant for it, and take no substitute,' '. ::: ;; {
i The Chamber' ot Oonmergp'of Atlanta. complicity 'fn the famous Hsymarket riot Atlanta thought of him who had 'a sed would defeat its purpose.A aa nothing else can take its place. /' .>
Las issued an Interesting address to the The cases of the anarchists away.and. equal will probably) never tx, ---- . ---- i. 'iA-.
which iqaka brief ex Wi1CopIt4up for hearing immediately '? ,<4t -. ,;.
} pl&blicfrom wt ; seen agaJl1.\ .. .U. '
"jI "
tract. It is fail of' IntortMtiajjf,facts aad' acttI. the conclusion of the ,argument in .T\faa X01IIU.vDT. JUDGE WITH NERVE.'tfi -- ..- ." ',. .
of careful consideration. 'It be W York electrocution' cases pi .
Worthy .
1 j
I gianUfofowet "To.. EofSQatlf Trada,' The procession veached the .monument '' Jiile the )[alr-.4 City Coaneil Beat Cough Jledicino. Recommended by Physicians ,
Chambers of Commerce and the PublicTh .' .!:I" at haU-tsVQJ! o'cl&k:. TI:. ,otlt etrxt Core where all f-L-r tail,. Pleasant and agreeable to the '
t lAnd'ana .
directors of the. Chamber of ;]" E& ChljuTaiynir.i ; from atoveithe/mpnuiDealuAtfWB.i.t.l iiii2ftr Coatemp&* Coart.Vjodge tacte. Children lose tt without objection. By drnggista.KEfcPp gr ,
Coif- .. : r'"" s. P achtr wsaXoowdin'nau coerce, at their meeting held of the thU h yj A Loft olo CAb'emsm ''ferUoittay'says: .Fio i'tbe'rlttformjtwas B.;. dmiae i to call tM ttentioa public stated seri ottle4 d that
It i on thurity
the order j
which and'movea in waves. 'Pher.Irer.w Tuesday, for refusing to obey .4". ...." .
to the Piedmont eJfOl: aioa, takespUca important orgotiatlont are iii progress insoy people crowd-d oa th, broad of the court to use the lights furnished I _________m
October 19th I
: ia this city from to bitweea England an 1 "f'..., JfQ"mbet 7Ui, which will be occurred one of thereetost ia the RuuJaD avEn-Hiao in Central) Asia corps to make a chanotl for the pt>ces- the decision of that court The officialsof I en 0 I(- 1 Graduates u sued to powtionxtST
erects thai has ever and that en und Kt tuliBsr is ia coune cf atOll \Q a through. Aa the carriage the city were declared in contempt CataW e free. Writ* to .
ft the south. We calh\.tc ptloa tll the gnat discussion which will pledge: England pa 1 for six moaths ort l m :
i .t ,. food from that prevlout has beta exposition derived ta"d this,um section ., and China, to mutual a4 UnceBuaalt "pOll containing, Mr.Gorffa H...cll Hill&lid1t.wiU .GovtrtofNorthcB Ct.rl. | and until were further sent order jail of the court i r .&.- tE$ COLLLGg LOUISVILLE, ft.



.. ,' __ .... J4 4 .. i- t :. .. _
.ati, 'n..tv '- ""'" '- '. -- -.N: ."- ";; .- aad. 'b >y, ss'kn ; x5"3 diF ,3. .J.. ,.W ,... ,_ _",
-- --
.. '$/



.' l ,'
: "'fi" -" ,' c., -
U' '
tJ I
: ,y
,_ "' 1

: T FOB THE-HOUSEWlfE.OEtASE ,How Abyssinian Women 1i- TYerW's Fair, Jfote; .t

'dlMppointmftnt or'the ,wormert in tender,emotion,,and' b.t greet prmmtlneemed ,

. : TALMAGE finding the sarcophagus empty of all, silver to be ha-nanittd and with !fir'"'otston Painting h temporary and needs frequent The association of civil en# 'Jrtt'f ofUi,
It aedtntt M and try oull
'and gull and precious stone was so great speck thE M '
-- that they would bate usosttakUi At Mvraoun "Hear me, man, mnrtal 'awl ImnorUllMy SPOTS. tenewaU In many mirtS dty,of Mexico baa ..olenD<i.ttoOJtt
who employed them, had he not hl.i voloa ia the voice ot Goi. H* .designed from carpets world we find rotor designs, elaborate, attend 4 exposition !n ft body, i.
BhboKLYN DIVINE'S SUN. !. Isaiah said I would be a ilip and a 'To retn;jv{grease spots made lu
THE in another part of the pyramid much silver curioud, sometimes bcautuul, permanent :Morft than 15,000,000 feet of, -tf.
,.' witnon I taw Moses when ha WIll 'a Lad tiitle ammonia Varm and
DAY SERMON. and gold a* would patthem for theirwork > borax or The construction1\ ot
... I witnessed th. lonlt'proCHSi011l oft the IraeUlM by pattern will be used In the '
at rate -ot and Induced -
)wagas locality
them there to dig till they to their as the* ttarted to cross the Red 8a water will often .61I'wet tho p"urM.IIO, tM, method vary greatly hnRO building, M Manufactures and tib- ,

;. .IU'PI'b. came upon adequate compensation. and Fharaoh's host In pursuit of,'them. or mix )stf ,wlneginssf of tUller,'' In' some regions men only tattoo, in eral Atts.;) ; 'J', \
1 that this mountain tlime- Th falcons an I the eaglet of many centuries others iu Other both sexes.
wonder not only women
' @1su : "TrtRi.F.S :0)1'1111 prnUUD have brushed, brow. I' stood earth and \lio same quantity f'mag"1IOln Now South'WalM,. Australia, w*. df'
: stone and red granite baa been the fascination my Here it 1 III confined. to the noble, there to Jnr
lminde.I her the upoh
of scholars of scientist of Intelligent here whoa Cleopatra1 barge With with bolting Water, and put It Btrrlte. In Abyssinia women chiefly ctded to participate
( ,
and for her virtues was commission oHvClty.: .
sorceries Hypatia .
f TKtf: /* that Jay tftnU thtrf bI aitattar Christians Mall ant. Sir John Hfthelh.uttonoDer slain in streets. Alexander ''h'' U'I8' When diy tattoo Tho whole body covered i even ADd Appointed .,
to Via Lord in tits midst of toW land \; mil he thought it b4 astronomical Seoatrn yonder and admired'101proportiodil. hot on, gr aseipoti. blxte. An old to' collect exhibit ,.."(1r&i, .

01 EffUPt cut pitlat at 1h. border tAsreto significance. The wit men who treat Herodotns Ptolemy and Pliny sounded brush )t c-rf. Donzino Is, e.1 tli )ood,. tho 'tfinis are wom8opftrAt
(A Lord. Andtskalb.fo.ii.sg* into Egypt *
iiI "Isalali accompanied Napoleon' army my praiae. lam old, I am very oldJ.'ot Stains ofgbaao on ierb1o ftro, piore charred herbs large lmrijin exhibit at ltd fair his extbnllvft coU ', ,}
and/or a wUM's. rlx., 10, 80. went Into protoun 1 study ot the prran d. thousands ot I hv watched the com Masking ( ), a .1n I- '
years >imfn '
Isaiah no doubt her refers 'to the great' In 1891 Frofessoc Smyth aud .his wife lived in it and going ot generations. They tarry difficult taLremoyo It they Imve. rcinainetl bits of hollow cane and pieces of lection l of tolnerafoglottl' spe* *, ":<';

5, ) t-pyramid at Giwh" the chief pyramid of In the empty tombs near by the pyramid only a little while, but they make everlasting soitio time. Make of Ittaw'lbelO t tor pencils. She mtrkl tludiog the! famous Hot Springs diamonds. .

'a 'Egypt; The text!ks of a pillar in Ezypt. that they might be a* continuously" M possible impression. I bear on my side the mark ; ft pitofuI1ors out the design1; pricks 'doll1-with'the pin ; iiiland'

and this is the greatest pillar ever lifted close to the pyramid whIch they were of the trowel oni chisel of those who more earth and l> cntno! and lay it on with the dye and it reoreRtcl1j Ar* awifkiiatJonssoclatloo ''
't and the tad*.y*his to beattha bonier ofU Investigating. Tha pyraftM, built more than four thousand yean ago expired.'.Be loaded ROCS oyc I "
j .} Iceland, and tbi pyramid '*t the border than four thousand years ago; being; a com- I ware what you dOt oh, maul for what. you thickly, leave fjr 12 Jioum, then'Wash, : .' To allay tha sabscqoont irritation and the Block %11 ,

of the land; and the text sys it shall be for pIe geometrical figure, wise men hare concluded ,! ,.lo will last long.after you sri dadt off>vltii warm'cater-[ roQki1n4ClliZ it is'plaat red )6ve? with, a gf eon Toronto bare e. the Official \'

a witness and the object o! tills S2rmon ia to it must bave been dl..inel1coD- If would OIl *re.nlM1)bend poultice; loo scab' tnist hot b.e picked and government.en. "totskjjcoeftapropoTlJjrcpre
1tell, what this pyramid tupq 'This sap- structed. Men cam through thousands of you atrectlonac.lf trust l1, ) :' f" *, f'
ciine M(
,' .:, moa is the first of a court, ot. sermons enftled .years ballot rchtlectore,. to mUs. to paint- you commemoration. l.- t" oCt. 'Popular, _. "Y' urea to hare the ,
to the world's not to .ny..r'11I1 t 3. i Jwnt _$. ", /--4---, seated at thes' <
"From the Fyrntnids Acropolis, .ing-but this Was perfect at the start I bare not 'oua* word to l&3'i about AND nUlnuc.. ; '
If, or or What I taw In' Egypt and Greece Con- awl God must hare directed it. any astronomer who) studied! the ,he ven> An OddILyIn .rpaillting. A Convention repMaenUtives of the '

r f'firmatory of the Scriptures. All astronomer*. geonetrlotan: and eolen from my heights or any king who was _poI j setjmyitiillc'in; tho coinmou-stzCd mtlitla6f: the different states of ..tlielUntoQill '

..._ .. .landed We bd in.Africa.on a morninor Amid the Decamber howling,boatmen 1889, tints say that constructed it was scientifically( *befor science and mathematically and I ulchered. I in urn my a dying bosom pyramid.'I am slowly4pallingaway. I than yet mine 11I81'\ Ita'nsas dairy miss The provincial titles'itof Trance are lx>- billet In Chicago October' 20 to

Alexandria we had come ashore-and mathematics were born from the inscriptions li*down in the dust of the plain and'the And skim( itgut, ( Mtho cream' ,gotssllglitlj ]ust' now bcinf tn(6rtincd by a remark discuss and 'take action upon he ue- w

taken the rail train, Cairo Egypt, 'along.' : on the pyramid from its proportions, sands of the del!r' shall cover. me, t ior when boiWln\ and ''nblo srtisf, (newh*' dl'p>\ys wonderfulskill tlon'of "* proper !inilitarV display :during

.,? the bankt of the most thoroughly: harnessed from the points ot the compass recognize the earth rope I will '0. But you are Um- Acid, sntnmor In her own' peculiar 'mile 'of paint the dedicatory ceremonies ot tho week ol

N.I.' river of nil the worldth river Kile. We in its structure'from th* direction in which mortal. The feet with which you olinbedmy n-Iiitcr) T4 cr nm Churns'moro read I 'ing.' With atee' of various colored October 18, 1883., Tho delegates, on*
I! ; had eventide entered tbe ctty t f Cairothe its tunnels run, front the relative position of sides today turn to --dust btttynuhave the takes the and in her toy
sand her; havo appointed
Christ dwelt while in Ihah wWan pi fecVly from each state eon
where staring fly ,
city ChrJtians *-, and AU
the blocks that compose it, sclenti8M, ft soul that will outlast m* mrbrolaprhood it to fall id beautiful Juvit-. '
Egypt during the Herodio persecution. III'was0111' and ind of
first night in E/rypt. No destroying fyarnld'l. tabId. A bunch ctri5'
committee on
/ this pyramid ravwt God I tho shadows of the designs upon lion of the exposition
t,.- 'f. angel sweeping tUroitgi a*oac, but aU the the have being known who the planned'world'., Rpbaricltv and that evening Lira for now falling from my aIde I pronounce ought not tof stand until it -,l> comcscurillcd grapes itt deftly pictured with vjolct/ sand, ,monies. A full attendance' it sssured* 4, '
tilled with'angeig *
stars wore oat and the Sty was its motion WM rotary and how many mile upon you a benediction. 'Take fb ntit thick{ (coppered wo call a leaf with sand anti relief and
green made
of beauty and an elt pt (light l and tUo Mediterranean.,* Take it I\] When Columbus was) it'ID
circumference and the the Colors suit.Wbtn. .
it was in diamtsr and with across with and of to
air was balmy at an American June. The Uod Is It )Leforo it lt. In. summer hadowa Ban the who 'fcf-i
bow ton the world weighs and knew with you across the Atlantic. only ) }s lklmpi : admlVcd those Domingo governor J
next morning we were early awa>e and atthe many certain startwould Let all the earth keep sileuoa before this has been by 'rested him leafed there might,bo an .N t,
what iu the heaven Itslaml ,
at point I."eatl llmu"
I don't lot loiiper twenty
toe palm trees in it is brushed awa '
i / window,looking upon artistically inclined ; J'
at certain periods of time. \. Amen!! A >, at ho trained ft big, 't
appear a rescue
full glory and of dowers leafage at the and very upon season gardens whoa otfruits Not in the four thousand yean since the ,And then the lips of granite hushed hloMelfagain ,. ..nd.tbe four hours, mnd tlitf croura .ought aUto audit soon replaced .by a bouquet of gun tempt oil the entrance ':.of time' jcltadel, or '
of that pyramid has a single fact great giant of: masonry wrapped Or some other objoot! nil done with '
putting up In tho winter roses cotranefc
bl2ak'.Ides fatso id .
our homes far away are canopiel by mathematics been found to In the ttlonoe ot ages, and a< I rode thirtysixIOts the castle, In which Columbus was ,

and the lost left o{.the fort has gone contradict in astronomy the or wisdom of' that 'structure. away in the gathering twilight this course for If the milk stands' too, )long It great dexterity drawn and ttdicncy.with streams Even of That cannon has lain in the: tame..pla% ja
the Hr
down in equinoctial finest art
the when the was projected. until when Mf.iOper/ft
at since nowi
Yet they hvl not age of sermons cream" ever u
Bat bow can I describe the to thrill what of ex-all pyraaiii was started an nstronmer or an architect Wondroat Egrptt Land of ancient pomp .LotWber'lietntff will give a bitter' stasto to, the sand, all ns distinct as though( drawn World's fair representative, recovered it, Jf, r 1
for are
tc& we see
j pectation. or a raitaomnticlan worth mention etcnm to rite whlthln with an artist's brush.-$ Louis Ktpvb'lie. *
Tocausirthd the tfjTWAgrtcuUn
the world haseen, or wants to se-th. the pyramid? Who walks b, hoary Rain's side and with the permissluh of governftrH
Who then planned / --
pyramids. We are mounted for an hoar ing.uerintended iti erection? Who from its Bra' Whets 111.nu' "litn. and.1111 the seaseup f1iI smile. tho pi'OlCt'tImO! it is i. pocoseary.fo- look S of Ban Domingo, broughtjit to the,United, ';lrI
i and a hairs ride. We pow on amid baiaart AIIG roUa-rlOh .It ot Gud-ethaustlesa to Chief of! i
erected I been
foundation to it capstone State. It has shipped
atone ,
collar I I
'. : 'Jin 'cool -
stuffed with rugs and carpets and carious titter tho'tdmlt rntnro. a Misinformed
have been God. Italia 'order' that ha,
Itmult In l
fabrics of all sort from Smyrna, ,from Al- everythlnc? PROMINENT 'PEopLE. / Construction
was right when he said in my test "A puInrsnaU ; f )JhWfs'fs"not too" long > i
twcnty" our In
it In ornamenung
Persia from Turkey and through I use some way
gier,from border of the land of It' Shoo seyeel '"Ihiyi "been fnformed may
be at tile ; ( ) "I ,
'" streets where we meet people of'all colors ,K!"rt and it -"ball' he fora'in awl a wit Alton's? Income is 133,000 a day. for summcrj nnil in the'cold day'' of !'that intended to give a bachelor dinner the exposition grounds. ,"I',;
and all garbtv,carts loaded with garden pro- you :., .. ..
r*f, 4 i dactions, priests in. gowns, women In black' uee& The pyramid it God' first Bible. Tra German Kaiser is a poor dancer' i/- winier. tho"! cclla Is often a bettor, t'your friends on the dny before we -r : t., .
Hundred if not of before '
1 ''veili-Bedouins in long and.aem1ny super-{ the first line of thousands the Book of'' rears Genesis waswritten But ; 'the French historian, 'I* 'sixty.. place! for racing,tronm ,than the milk are to be married Now, cc I understand The OtberMad-La10n. S _

fluon* apparel, Jaaissariea In jacket of embroidered the lesson of.the pyramid,was'writ- eight years old. it,.a bachelor dinner is for tbe purpose ol Minister-Who is the deceased i.
gold-out and on toward the great- 'ten. t TBRBK ions of the great author of "Pick room upstair*.-(Now York WoHk.-: taking leave of gang oft fellows' .whcni Attendant-.'Ob, be was a faith heafcr.Ho ., 'pyramid, for though there are "lxty-nll1' Well of what is this Cyclopean S wick" ore still living. ,' Ms lit the laving '
still staadiiig,the pyraxnlil at Qizeh' masonry 1 ,. no gentleman would .Introduce: to, used to go about country I

is pyramids the monan-h of pyramids. We meet of sign the and prolongation a witness of Among human other work thing com.*' tIt DXAN clergyman HomcAff in the, ot world.England is the rich. 'bE' TIlE -Obi)*' ASo XKt>8v ,wife,'nd I should Just like to..know.why', on qf hand. but one day ha., laid y.4''

camels granting under their loads, and see should have tIlchtIl' bands on the-wrong man{ there WU'1 *,
with the human 'a gentleman
pared brevity of .1fte,' In is
b yt' least tho
Ma.-Gao'v Cttvztajrn iMTlicrot t 'I know Hint nt
Mi.IJ ... buffaloes on either'tide' browtiug. pasture all the four thousand years this pyramid has decided AND to name fobe baby aa Ruth. lie-"Aly dear, you haye been misin( re.c&lCnind the1,..result was fataitothi' yhealer. '
flddi. only lost eighteen feet in width: one .1 1e of 1 hare toll Uiat ol fhtrmaceutlcal Era. ts
lIi1- intention
tho least .
19 01\t\I formed. I haven't -
William .lW \ ,
The road we travel Is for part of' the wat'ander it. square at the base change! only from THI late Henry Smith Or England ; _
clamps of acacia and by long rows 6(< Coven hundred and sixty-four feet to seven ,,was nicknamed "Old Morality" girl not to:'throw"awojr Jjftlf-wort towels 'giving a bachelor dinner r&ljktollloa'eor : J, | l.. I. 'I'Grailfylaa r.' y _

sycamore and tamerlsk, butatter awhile It hundred and forty-six feet, and the mont of TlFpoo Tie: the famous 'slave dealer ot I" excl lmoJ'a pi'ndcnt' and practical anybody" t*Alt. 'jfti/l

it a path ot rock .and sand and we Dull wa that eighteen feet taken oX byILrchltects to Central Africa, is about to visit England.SMATOR Tou haven't The high position' attained and the, anM11 :
bave reached Sahara the desert margin and we of the desert out to the the furnish stone for building in the city of CAL Vtlf 8. BRICK'S first labor housekeeper? ,. (is she, (stood j the "Of course not. I shell moot them Venal acceptance and tpproral cf the-ploa j !
great cry Cairo. "The men whs constructed the pyramid law book ina law offloe in 'back anj.siw servant toss a club ths as
was over country the some
pjrch lust
great dragoman on we see a huge pile ot rock worked at It only a' few years and then Ohio. every night ant llqutd. fruit.medV" prmtf of,Flgn *the,. J
looming in sight, "traomam.wbat it thatf'Hi down the trowel and the and of old linen{ :over betore.Mne'irk Wewly.,
put com pats number of pieces 'lllms atau. '1,-1
WAU.AC has laxative known
*answer is, "The pyramid, and then .It. the tquare and lowered the"derrick which GENXRALLCW recently s> J L moil excellent, ;ii. ''
teemed at it we were living a century every had lilted the ponderous weights; but forty ,cured patents on a fishinz roi and, rail the! feuco into' the back-yard. "I nee Preferred Weekly Payments.' value of the, ,qoalHUt on' whloh'H "succe.aa (\jj

minute. Our thoughts and emotions were. centuries has their work stooJ, And it will be coupler. look surprised," the continued! ; atrandontfy to UM ,
too rapid and intense for utterance, and wet good for forty centuries more.' Low KOSSUTH M. now In bis ninetiethyear yon Skl'ritllot bated and art gratifying '

ride on in. stleaco,untU we came to the foot All Egypt baa been shaken by.terrible ; he live in Italy, ,and bit health it :"buC 1 ilon't, think Toni would ''after Mr., (nanutaeturer"Wollwhat' California Flu Syrup Company i'
of the pyramid spoken ot in.the tails the. fairly good. : tho matter now!" -. ,
and cities haft been prostrati.dorswallowed had thro\lgil with bit of
eartnqiutkes a b1ltll&e4
oldest structure luAU the earth--four thousand 3 MADWOW of yon gone Worklninnan' (spokesman :o( delegft: Thirty barrelll l of lnoenaewere dllri.i.
but that pyramid has defied alt ErXJovuBJron --WtM t
ceremonial La r
years old at least. Hsra it is. We stand volcanic paroxyiuus.. It has .looked upou' Louisiana it now elghty-rtve ytars old awl rny x ierleuco.1' Somotimca I Lava to tlon)-"\Vo want to bo ald every,week tag. a three-'aa' '. JT.
that shut
out under all the the shadow earth and ot all a structure tha iky. and we lookup some of the greatest battles ever fought &motbUud.; : do 1 Jnowu Ko-k) ttiid then pno of the! instead of every month." / A.. Jon 80N, Slwllna, S'T.J:" saMj'' 'Jlull's
since the world stood. Where arc the men Xx.oOVKRICOlHlURIlI f Montana who Caturrh Cure cored m*. Bold f.
You all that : .
and strain vision to appreciate the Hugh t get uoyoudon't .
our who constructed it? Their bodies to first tasks is the Bcarch for clolhs. .. > V1
distant top, an! are overwhelmed while we. ; gone It now a millionaire, turned the wln'Uoss of ?(. t"Yell [ DrnstgUw + J '
dost and the dust scattered. Even the you
> err, "The pyramid!t'Tha pyramid T sarcophagus even in which the kin:*' mummy mine bout in ttte early days o(H.I.., Now linen, muslin, or indeed, \ any sis." '- The waters of Lakt Erie ar.to b.plrofl'ist 1.blnolunaU. .
Each in our party had two or three, LncrcxANT SonwxTKA the.splor.rwret1Jro'cl taking In clU-s .n ruato; t J
person IIAnJ ofior
is all to I"
han.leptlumptT. .ttt
his may other uewfabric, not agree- promptly; a + '.
.' Oue ot them unrolled from trip to Alas c, in which he .
{guides or helpers. Bo die but their work lives Wa O';
S ,' turban and tied it around my waist and ha are all men building pyramids not to last on. four explored,500 uUJes of totally unknown coua11 :able to use,. especially for floor :,or "Ye sir." -.bo- FITIt ".ot JIfId free. tiatDM. 'x'Niiivi.flryroiira

,held the other end of the turban a*a matter tbousaiid years but forty thousand forty -I cloth .and when I Into' the Then? Why do jon want to paid I Marvelous rurce.bfiKU..i M trial '

; ,. ot safety. Many of the blocks of stone ar* rnUlIOO,fortY', trillion, forty quadrillon, Knto HUMBERT,' 'o( Italy) has conferredupon paint ; get weekly Instead of monthly- I bottle free. lr Km* : .. Pa.
} four or five feet nigh and beyond any ordinary forty utnt1mob. Tor a white:wa wield the Prof ar Virohow the decoration of kitchen I find that every!'crnp,:'of old "PJeMo, sir, It's so we won't bo gcttln' MaMMMMMMM- H .5 MiMHHiMMpMMS>MReHa'J

human stride uclex "Utad. Bat. two. trowel, or pound with tbe hammer, or measure the Grand Cordon of Ht. JdaW'lo.o. and Bt" i in' home our /' ;V' : :
either been the lumbago cam wegea.11r.w !
Arab to pull and two rabs to push I found ; with the yard stick or writ with the Lazrire. \ -.' material! ( tins .thrown.away, : CHILDBIRTH: '

myself helghth,rapidly and on ascending to' altitudes from terriSo h i:and htt> to at pea. .experiment with the scientific bat. tmLm Queen Wilhelmtna of Holland,has bnrnt up or put out of roach in' ,someway ,- .rC1rkJ"lly., S e Mt\DE, EASY !: '
tory or plan with the brain and for awhile'tbelootwalicl an income of about$J90OUU. Her reign will '
lost at the tiptop we foungtouniqlvet.on a and tin !' or oilicriind mutt somctlmoi take PatU'i Age. .
Through *ndthe.y. sees ear I begin August 81. 18J8, when she will have'.attainadth "Mcmt'II"FIUI g4' scientific-
of about thirty feat square. r i' -
pace bean,and tha tongue tposJuuAU the good of eIghteen for stick "
tha .ge aooowels 1urpoes.1AfLcr
tookwl off quite )1dnt
clearest atmospber upon Iiigre.
out prepared Unlrnent every
spread Thi
.wordror bad words wo speak are : There is a row abouPatti'-ago. ally '
desert,*nd o& upon the-wlaaing Kile, and' Into ooala1' for a pyramid.: All the bInd'deedsor !: -WiujAnWAiBORjAsTijB'wy; tialta't towels are worn' In hole,- bu 'beun stealthily of.recognlK I vatunsna Inconstant ., 4t
off upon the -Spbiuir. with its feattETO .(* going tolive'hbroed at all,: but will stay Bible in her cutIe *
the roiurets -, ,' malevolent deed wa do are spread New York and three of them'm/ fold 'tho birth it' UISb/the-aiwdical pO.si.5 'nWnedidimsnnerhlthertoimknowo'
.eeriaItmg stonn and yonder upoa out into another layer. All the Christian or right in put hlsl9OOO'UOO. I take,two or consulted, and the date of her
of Cairo giitUrlcg in fbe .sun and yonder the on-Christian example we set ltpraad out in .anal revenue front rents where wW sn.to.biln.ulau'.remn.,10.000,00D. edo e to themi oft ;
la rulift-and upon : : -
npotf Memphis another layer. AU the indirect Influence of have been less than ten yrars old .when .
wreck of empires and the battlefield of aga our livet.ar* spread out in another'layer. Ox October T Colonel A A. Parker who' ouch one carefully to that ,th<5 whole in Cincinnati at Smith ton's Nin '
of-Tiew enough to fill tb*mind and 'she sang 'Ji'
radius UnlveraJtlol
the Ver-
wt graduated from
Then the time lpnt "
5 soon cornea .
hock the nerve*and overwhetm oo 's.QUr, down tile implement of! toil and put away, montin 1813. celebrated lite.on.'hundred placesjnay- ,OVerlap thou which are hail, near Vine street;on the north 'MO/THERS

being.Afwrlooking. bat the pyramid stand. birthday Fitswllliwn, .'. M. The old badly! worn .Thenplnco 'two 'Iueb, aide of Fourth'',:, 'with,, ,her sister, JIr..
around for awhile, tni.a 4 witness that mental faculties arrf sound. Bull drew hit rnsglc
duded.The The pyramid i*a sljftjand gentlemaq's and :biwlo ,Btrakosh, and Ole FRIENP4 ;
kodak had pictured the group we not tha best way of blooded prepared pieces togothcr his
than the big tombstone ara ALBERT CVSIOK, a full Onondaga bow.wltutht1'diamond, Iii Ic tvr ,
descaVt climbing was more,, trying need not that ''keeping one'sself. aEC.fKjtiojjs.tely "01._ Indian bat been ordained a deaooa of the them again. .Then siltch thom fens$I. ancient violin.' fura$ nafatead la ,Citt''cipnatlrCoratutrciil WIU DO 'UI20" dafineff&r'It i
scent, for yo ,
but coming down it woe loVv'possible ,bereJ. This pyramid ani tb.a1x"lDIuoUler' EpuKopal Church U* has been a lay reader ,wise 'letifflliwlge"bias .\\\(119 all Directions | az tte Jthortena Labor;
e -.depths beDe- below. Bath. pyramid* ttitt ttaniUnf were built for'! in the mission at the Onondaar reservation, 1.9 AND MORE.

'S not to see toe abysm aid two sepulchers all this greafpDe ot Kranita and ,, and ba fa the first Indian receive' into tba This makpa A rather thick toft T Leucnt Pain Diminishes Danger
two Arabs aheett to help as down loweredxband limestone fay which we stand to-daytoCOY" Episcopal Cbnroh. H*i*the Interpreter of KC'aA ; ". A Uxifnl Accomplishment. : Uf of(Mother,'and Child. SooJC '
'woro : ab
Arab to,bold as back, we the memory of a dead king. It was tba great the tribe, and he learned l in the tradition cloijv'whfclvi l .wortKluore : '
wasinivltlngly I. I' i. naOed FRJEB con- SyolunuiytwtlmonfaU.
until the grouni S S. MOTHBU ,
below band ,Westminster abbey of the ancient borne and dialects oC.the Bix Natiotw. be S to *
the sorbont than that can ;
and amid the jsrgoa ot ; AnT jDthof ; S ,lnforrr.atton.and "
built this
near ,say that CUieopi was the .kingwho ; thtr '' b'ittOu ,o1yourcoat' blnlng.1IiIble'
VICTORIA baa jusoomplote&areign
landeil. Tiien cane QUICK Dnl. C
Arab we were %afeiy I Who < jnosl .
but it Juncertain.. was I
; fouiiiV 1iqve'inadeaonwpS my .tr
pyramid .
on of the most wonJerfal tots ot daring I thattha world knows of fifty-four years there being only 06 bt.tal .u4'iow ,r t : : .
AU '
and 1Ilt,. One of .the-Arabs solicit i a about Cheops him anyhow could be told m few ;sentences "two British sovereigns who have exceeded'. {[seful hpuiff cloths from pIeces of old ; 'Llttle 1otiont. :,*rpr di: hetIU :!"n'>;..1w."o t.lp otprlc.ft.o pas.'
dollar, sayingho would ron up. Wa and would down Tn.only Ming i oertaut'1t tba"'h. was bad, her In this reaped and Henry Uaor III.ILL wbq reigned IwoletabIo. Sloths,;naptn( r t "th5i'lkel ,.,,. .ew. on' ,,IYthot'"I .'+ ,QRAOFIILD .tlOUUTOII CO.. *JIa"1Ii ;
.flUysizyears, a fifty-nine : : .
the pyramid ia seven minute and that ft*shut up the temple of worship Qih&w1iL I .ul\t Xwlai IOLD JlY' ALL 1tt10QumL
dollar not to bbs u alo third with reference to, : imaller. ) l ,
.5 rather have given him of go and that he was bated to that the Egyptians'w.regladwheubewssde.d. yton.1 Tho .aoj bhdly nvoro .
seven minutes she havinst been s.vroty.tw.years old K' rri to. 9W \JIltton'19l1rlol jiroooowi
bat this ascent and descent in ,- age you IQ
? )iewnzdeterntuaion. audio by the watch This pyramid of rock seven"hundred and 'on May 24. 1 boa who' have rce ted bar in- pieces,were placed, lpide, anifvrith .JubnDy"JJ\6 "},"Wbl'" "TH.I $IJAUT PILL INTHEWOHLDJ'
minutes he went to the top and was and this repent were Oeor e II., who did the whol Va* day, .JoYl," I
in the base slauin1y-1'-ma
Severn tarty f*afc each tide of square and ,ttjttcr pieces .1 coyor father ( ) ? ? :
i back at the bow. It Wail s> bloodcurdling and feet high wins for when ba wasnearly seventy-seven li .TTS I. .
again four hundred fifty nywhen jau gtow ap JeItt won'rt "'aany \ ,
Gtorge IlL, who dial at elghty-oae ysirt. qalllod together either by-machine or.
spactael dominant ooh'of' the pyrainldWIU him no respect. If a bone of hi*arm or foot mother-.-not hjng buts wlfe.rStrtet '.I.'LWY'LIVJ1R. pTTT8Io .
I laid toe la the beneath do owii'worlc
sarcopta-igus I
bad been f\and by hand. When my ,1 '
was ,". iaccrUiu ,UAH.it seems to the pyramid it would bay excited no more THE NATION L GAME. fimlt/e', Goo4ews. : |u .e edith. irdieOtlhe iar.von..f.
cAl becoina I- abundance ofexc .."v., ,v.ly Ceiistaleia.a.gac5..lse.kowtintiIibordi.r. .
shako off the gray of. eentiiries veneration than' tha skeleton of a camel, { am never without an +- .J.t' T p .. .' I
a It blond covers, and thirteen the silver'acres turns of groaaJv to the golden What: .veneration bleaching on for tha worn Libyan l taw desert the carcast yea,ox lea a, DCBara the season-the League club' employed "< .ileut articles ftf tils sort.. .Some' ,' .The Heathen--.r-Chinee.lira. .-, y. |OkwiuoUlr._. ... .' ; !

I1! aa antiquity 1Iai toait two thousand camel by tile roadside on tha way to Mam- 173 player i I time I make various grades 0(. 'tuem_ : Feab1ott-f'Wh. perfectly ,
ChrUt was crril Turn Philadelphia league nine of 81 was .
' *Ota wn a tltebany thing I wonder
5, within sight of it brills fugitive parent, of phis what, I said it to diad.mysalf-MPoor- We cay otbIngasialnst the largest saLaried In its history.PrrcMaKiaa for the numberless purposes for which i horrible tu a the Chinese'are I I am

S rfotepa cad Mary. Tbe storms ot forty eeo..toriet .. the marble or the breeze of the necropolis of PltUourg has th*poorest such cloths. are reguli Cd.-[Tb told tbstia China the ,men' actually buy, "GermapSyrup" ,

S haTe drenched it. bombarded it. Let all the sculptor and floraseanoe and ar- record of all she Laogaa twirlar. their wll'lI." ,. .

hadowed it, flashed upon it, but theretotondt boreecence can do for the place of the dead Airsox of Chicago now denle that h* Lodger., )lr.. Do Style .-"Yes, Un'i it horrible I IBy
,. ready to take another forty celt be dons, if mean will allow it. But if after had the cheapest team la tb* country. the when Is daughter to
I uri of.lttmoapherlc if remind way
attack the world left to .
i nothing
. one it dead there FITCRKB RVII1I has declined for the *.., nOCSEIIOLD BIHTS. IluUloD SMr.
should cootlnue to exist. The oldest baiidIngt the world of him bat *om pieces ot stone pr m.rryr. r' il
of the earth are jaalors to this neat there i*tot little Wt. ant at Mast to re-aiguwith New York; for Nothing mule.with ingar" egg. and .. Do Fasblou-"Jdst as soon aa herecover
senior of the ceatarie,. to be no practical as next so*so aIsr < from this fast attack .""
there seams tho of gout.JvwT
milk should reach boiling point.In
Herodotus says that/or ten year preparation toipo.t mortem eonsUaratlo later than the 1883 the Boston won twentyoM eoo- .

V were baint niad for the buUdn of time of one's great-graodobudroyt no ona 'tecative ganue and also' woa the Laagn, mixing coke ,dough use cup ol : *;; ,J I\lt. _, Those who J:1ave Dot '\

this pyramid. It bat eljhtyHwo miilioa wont to be torcot\ea.1 soon as the obseqale champlotuhln.WUTMVKLT. used Boschee..Oer.u1d
one bundred and elevaa thousand cubic feet are over. This pyramid which Isaiah say a w.H-tnown amateur exactly the tame size for measoriof Mimi Color Ifydriegeas.l A7ttroat

of masonry.Ona hundred thousand workman Is a sign and a witness, demonstrate that pitcher ba agreed to tip a oontract'with 'mlm Syrup for ICJDCt ,
different ingredients.Two Luna
atone time toiled in its erection. To brine the neither liniestooj nor red granite are competent the Hew York Clnb the is a new thing"to bav the hydrangea severe ana chronic

stono trom the quorrle a causeway sixty to-keep one affectionately rwnaMberad --, oi"tb'ree of that blue tint, which i. *o ''l
leaves pale Tlmial
feet wide vat built. The top stance"etilted neither amVariaa .KKU.T, of the Boston r-co.team hot a rose-geraninni Specialty, ..trouble of the
neither can bronze, beautiful and so seldom step The pro "
; rtaord of with two ,
having played paaaaatwianiog
by machinery such at the world marble neither can Aberdaaagranite put In'when making crab-apple Jelly, invari and Lungs caa hardly
and 1
knows nothing ol to-day. It tt tarea boat do the work. Bat tbar to aomethlnx team b one cess in l exctedlogly simple; what tf truly wonderful
dred and forty-six fees eoon tid of tnaqoora out ot which to build on everlasting moo yom the first time lath* history of ba a- will give it a delicious flavor. ably su fsifuL Put alum lo the water appreciate

base. The stractars it four hundred umeut ani that will keep one freshly r*- ball tha two laodlnr ohamploothlpt here 'The'molai, t be used for that you UM to water the plants. Ujath medicine- Is. The delicious
es ? rlnrer-
JUKI Bfty feet high; higher than tkotnedrols mambarad four Umntanil yaoryao. ,_ I bean woa by eloba ot one city alum every diy, ospecialiy after tno sensations of teallnp, easing, ckarring '

of_ Cologne Htnuborf. .. bt. ever and aror. It doaa not stand fa martM5arda. At aha Boston League,.lu refused to bread 1* greatly improved by being bud and when. th* plant blossoms 8treB6pth-gathering-and recovw
appear. \
Fetor* aadsL.k"urL KO surpria toroa meat the Boston AasooUUoa team in a series ,
It b not to be
;5 hat it was pat at the bead of the avo wooden Yet it fa to parcnaaad.b* oond OS in Boqrtf avry of games the latter, claltnei the '''* first boiled, and then skimmed tier* will ba tht fax.blue flower. 'I lag 'are unknown joy. For German

S. of tha world It boa .. subterraneous plenty of It, IncxhauitlbUqoontitiat bainpKlOhihip.Fzryijraa. 1m flavorlBjt puddings If tha milk I* N w York AdwUser.Out Syrup,do pot ask easy cases
S room of red granite called the "King's chamber. of it It fa tba grsatas ttnC ia 01 tb*Learn, anti WuhfII. S _,_ I smooth
ana water a
." and another toon olla4 Ute"quMa's the universe to build monamanta out of. ( ton of the& have bad more man rich, lemon flavoring; }. good, but if Sugar may

chamber and the probabUlty U that Utera mar to tba memorial of those to whom wa under contract than any tare team ia the milk 1 vanilla make It of Sorts throat or 5 top a tickllng---for while.
are other rooms yet unexplored eon doa kindthe mamoria' ot tboaawboaattrngKlat elmer organisation poor, Thl Is as far as the ordinary cough .
The evldentde.igu of Uie architect was to w alleviate taum. richer. Dibie a Sulla&RIJM..no*. al tfmwpNi '
quake theM rooms Intrnsasahle as 1Ki lAtter cries of those whose may tool wa may save. human DAT attribute the failure of .al..s,es 4.etsage of stinMi s.ssee es medicine joes floschee'a German

.5 all the work of exploration and all tile A minister passing alaag aha street every Ills New York Kacria dab and to Cwiog lack of newspaper the other If a cake crack open when baking, It& TIle.i..s.M S cal of.,a.aea4t. aclMf" Syrup ia a discovery, a great Throat
dicgmg and blastiog. if you would enter looked and united to in aha support. oa cat feet flak.
a baby
np aocidattu and Lung Specialty. Where foe
attribute it to to player because the I* too bot
S the suburraneoas rooau. you mast go window The father and mother woadamt hand it 1* either oven The Nerve. ,
a only three fast eleven it that that AooottBuro to BaoBlnUl l"&plllaadItoll. years there have been sensitiveness,
throagh pusaza who wot pleasantly Vested tnairchild. and cooks the outside before the Inside'
; mckee high and lea than four feee wfcte. A I Tbay fonndont that b* trot ta* patterofactaarca. of the Fbil 'l-r'pliU. CtabT leeds all n.tv.teed te...toe.t 0... Je iifu.s4 paia, 'coHgbiog, pittingt' .lienioIn.. :
sarcophagus ot red granite ttoads down TINy. "W.must p and bess LragabatMnewitti.iu DaiJy.of Brook 1* heated, or eLi. the cake was mod ted IrrtUM TaLe rmttttnu tmitt am ..zoileSl.mfe.qe. aUp.ping
der tbia uoaataiu of ma uary. -1 I him preach. They want and board him and lyn. it oeoond with .114, and Browning, oftWInnttl. too ,t11t te BottTsRestores IersaerUi., .w" by 115N..MsE hage voice failure weakness

S areopaac a could not bat- bead ,'both wece converted to Ood. Will there ba third with 313. "1081&1.-, down hill, where doctors and

S. Barter hi pyramid was boUt. It- mast bar '&II,power i* fifty miilioa yean to araaa Tie Boston AasodaOoa team ware ... B at the yolk of an ?gg and spread Harmony medicine and advice have been swallowed
< been pot taara baton the ftractora was I from the Souls of thoa paranti the memory washed_Unas than any League or AsaacUUoa 'to'I and followed to the gulf of
S reared. Probably in tact saraopharat one of that man woo by his friaodnncM brought crab lass eetasti. They were tans en the lop of rusks and pie Just 14 to 55..75-em.sad gives urMfth vt ntwi' ,let.

.- : Jay. woodoacoMneooUininz dealkinbatU9M ; J tbt. to Oodf itattbaw Craaswick. aa oat coos by MUwauk**-aai oaoe by tU.Loofa. for putting tbeaTlnlo tbe oven Tb* ... y,* loesseleiMhood's despair where there ia the sickening

<, ha destroyed to* coffiu andda- evanzeliatsaad tIaa&be bad Uk names III two The Bostoa Lsagaa nine wo that conviction that. al is over and the
St.& Inevitable there place
'S Xor thraa tboMood rain this teputearai .y.. 'Arias, my oa''. arua P WIll..yor / CboooaAV the one f*> and #& ..-YI; U..'a.U'I. f***.--IU!" itt U. end is we
t; ;'rooo was-. aad woold Aye been (BOM two hundred tool>B oil eternity forget moatpiseherof the Cbioep Bowoali Claa German Syrup. Jt cures. You area

! ,,RaW to-day probaUy .. .. hat not a jtattiww CrauwioilJvw..y of the Jour died at W. borne la KewariC K. i* oa a re. .. Tbe bet cHili clolhs are 'mada from live man yet if you take it Is
.S auparstitioa impresaloo; got aoroe,1 that tile bundnd and "1D7 wonaa and coil- I east moraine of heart failure. 11*was bora IPANTED.EIPERIEHCED. w-
iwriwua1 India. waiting gisi. UwellufirctVhn *n eaDDIIIJt fruit Ws.i. 5sa.ij
dvcrad dreG
S S' tugutof ittpyraU4 was fUtod with I li Udt. sot bRasttXeyiaz ,
ia Brooklyn August ..
SIOK 'wed -
; ,, gold and diamonds. aa4 aDder Al'tlfiunoon f''>T cuiacra by the ttopoyt, forget davaiooi boll when a*wa Best year Old. .!o not IUM y6jr Jld cloth to lift |fbefan SOLICITORS .tow aen, 55 eta.w.iLtell. S l.: t..5i.i.SS
c on xuaroting party went to wors and Outran and tiLt Den i Baard.who broke H. juiced the CUoaco HThit Stockiact iala&l Dr... 1tDr!. siaa. 5wT.te. 5. y,
.. S. maJ oaring bond soil blasted. through boa- j sal rifetted Las.r reset., lie saves* 1II'I..I sad four coiUrea from the fire. oAhu* vasb Ta.uLINSTAU.MINT SANK .Took

..1.dred. feet of Toek. tb y fooud no opaaiag As in Egyp that Ibcambwc arUmooa, your dUb cloth out when waihloj ....$1 to n.Iisst..54 PENSION asflafa.REV !
.5 S. oo4 wara about to gira np. UM Mttmpl JW. axhaiwted ia boJy mind and sool. wa ( 5-.C=:Swc.j..e..e : .
.5 when the workman heard a atoM roll.down _ousted to return la Cairo wa took oar loot A bark_ tweaty-lve feet (a lM rtbraceatif WU your 'toweU aDd rinse la cold s.5iy .

f S into a seemingly hollow place and_ loot of the pyramid at Uisaa. And ystjwwWereli CMS"* la the bwbor of Panama Lw.KLu.rdcCo-AsIanis.a.. W A.,1.. Sw 5.m.N.SP..es.e. .'
'. water. ,
air toward -
aosMtbloc .
S.S. eoarojed by Wet Uaf rsama4 Wear work inditiskInwssZt1t aa loch thick, .
< ol tolaaa and
avaoinz that Mean pnxiacUv '
oni cunt into Uu 1LIakl'OGa4 rooms ,
: ;1 .

i- t"t
t C a

,; :'

\e se .
.5 -5 ,

i :

: ." -". f--- ,: -',' '-, .' "n"fi9'4"\7'J.: "0 fffiid .J:: ".':' 3
'f #
-' v''eo
..., > -
< ,. ---- -. ---- : .;',. 'i ".n = __'_ .Ii': S :

"C ;
- --

t.d .

I : .- : h' 1f lM as-



.. -
I -

The Culture of Beet set at liberty and crowned by law, It becomes OLo :aJbTG1': ; .

a oscS regeneraey Its immoral and virus In turn takes regraerates grace 9 f raH/ 8' 0 ,. SEOEJS '

Continued from l&t .,eei. into Its legal soul, smashes tbe pates of 3 toI ir s.. SeOEJS !

The "silos" are V shaped bins, terml- Its old companions"drunkenness,gambling < Every Pair; Guaranteed.rices '

aatlng at the lower point In' a trough, and other worse vices"-the 0 I) S'iI/: c..... Stock most complete/'and most reasonable for quality of eoods.<< A180
through which a stream of artesian water reaches forth Its Immaculate hand to the .... S : g :? : 0 > complete line of HOSIERY,, GENTS' FURNISHING tiOQDS, e
flow This trough.Is covered with uplifting of the morals of society. .(m I "' ... .
hoards, which support the beets; and a* This logic(?) Is so passing strange and J. I rn g ==-r!! n B.ATS .AND O.A.P ., .
the beets are needed tor manufacture stranger still that It came from the pen \fg tJ "' '
\ .
\ ..- '' Come and see the-latest style Jn,DERBY'S and CRUSH HATS.
the boards are lifted up, and the beets of a professed follower of Christ, and an .0m J '' ? ( 0 ,
polled into the trough and floated Into educator of the public'thought' it .cer ; 4 i r.r..r. rr..rr
the factory, on the ground floor Here talnly demands Indubitable evidence, to 'hJ': .' ri O'ld; 20 Per Cent.off Straw Hats
i .. .
the beets fall on to an Inclined'endless the author's jOlltl catlbn. l 'It. ilt'!.! '
crew, which agitates and elevates themto That "the illegality of the business ftS H" :- It : <> 0 To Close them Out
a washing machine. From this nan- compelled It to be conducted in secrecy ,' "' .. :?
of and the veiled which ""'. ..: ':. :, i '. i "' IV STING
chine they fan into a series buckets surroundings .. .. DRY GOODS HOUSE. GOODS
\ j..4 ETC
.. iron frtlcally revolving belt, and are shielded the liquor traffic gave Impetus. Me ., ; ", :;t hi ,' ETC
''t I [elevated np to the slicing ,rna- and afforded ft.covering for gambling .r" '. ,': '" J r Ii-a.: ... LA '
machine contains a series and other worsevices" sounds more r
This : rniiIt
lying knives, which eat the beets like a Joke than sober thought '(+ ipI:> j iii y "Monjaiie for a $ than Any Other House in the State "

Jctangalar strings,about one-fourth We would like to know why law corn. m J. r::so :? t:1 *
Inch In diameter, and several inch pets men to do such ugly things. And .1' .
co ig. These strings, constituting the who holds the ",.elled surroundings' '. :'" I' 0 ; : f. en J. & COGroceries
pulp or "oossettes," are now ready for for this secret order And what becomes : H' td .1: h'
the extraction of the sugar. For this of all those pestiferous fellows ) j \ .. !A ler -
purpose the process of "diffusion" is when prohibition Is no more? All are I .0)j: : II :? i... Ro E. L. i.rRe.aei.tiarr,
4ised. The pulp Is ran into a series of concerned, and all have the right to } "i .. .y
vertical cylindrical iron tanks, and water know. 4 ., j H (
heated by steam is filled In. This I am not prepared to belie,& that the Id DID ," : :'.; r Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
dissolves out the sugar, and constitutes l Intelligent readers of the ADTOCATM are F ,
the "diffusion Juice. This Juice is separated ready to attribute the physical or moral o l (I 0 J. I call the Attention of the People of Indian Rivet to my Stock of
: and next defecated and clarified. improvements to the,legal saloon And o 11,0 .\ ;.z, : '
For this purpose It Is run Into tanks to claim the suppression of- crime, and P p ,.., : Staple; & .F aney O-io9eiie8i Fruit
Seated, and a certain Quantity of milk of the advancement of morals for legalized o l : .
lime (burnt lime mixed with water), depending Whiskey which claims no higher recognition f! m I And Food ProductsOf .
upon the acidity of the juice, ,through its high apostles,.than a -ft-! in i'1,0 All Kinds ':Also My Stock of ,

which the chemist determines, Is added. "necessary evil Is to discount the true ,0" $ .trJ Grain, Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
The lime takes up the organic Impurities cause, and do deep Injustice,to 'the polioa q .. H ,; t Sixxe ,
and acids present, forming! a sediment force phbllo influence., and-,all othermorslldngagencies .. "m" VL Orotund food .nd.\nM &. *
and scam, which are filtered off.At: i : : I\. '''."" 5( I I am the only house on'Indian River dealing exclusively id the above line of
this point begins the delicate chemical I After all, if we willlook, lmpartlalyis .. ,.ntr- ;" '. Goods.. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your Correspondence and solicit
control necessary. An excess of lime I Into the facts, and take pains to get correct your patronage.. Very truly j ." "
necessarily or unavoidably added and. figures, I fear we shall find that the
President.ALBEBT 3B3E1 AT>
mud be gotten rid oLTo do this.car"bonlo -, licensed saloon condones rather than destroys BREYARD .COOHTY ; OLMES, ----0 Y.
acid gas, obtained from the burnIng its evil companions A. TAYLOR, Secretary. ,
of the lime used In the process, Is C.8.., BIBD. GEORGE BOBBINS !WALTER S..GRAHAM,

,passed through the liquid, and precipitates STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.. .'
the excess"of lime. This Is called For Sale-Merrltt'a.. Island. Land. Members: of Brevard Abstract.of Title Company!;
"carbonation." To further clarify and .. ,
Teach sulphurous add made by Forty-five acres,' fronting Indian and -
'!lumla, sulphur Is next passed through. Banana rivers,'In 6. 10 or 20 acre lots. COCOA FLORIDA.Incorporated REAL ESTATE Robbins & Graham

Gating thus obtained a clear, brownlsh- Improved or unimproved. These lands ,
'ted Juice, containing the sugar and ft are M well' adapted to 'the culture' of ,1889*
w raau quantity of remaining impurities, pineapples, bananas, lemons
the next step Is to get rid-of the. water, limes, guavas and early vegetables as any CAPITAL: LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE.We .
thus the mostly In ft land In Brevard county. For particularsapply ,
leaving sugar, crysWired -
Paid Up $2 ,OOO. ,
address with self addressed ,
and as or envelope
form matteevite. .
/This and process"granulation.Iialled" "conC ntntlon" -. 9e J. A.Brantiey BOOTH, ; JTU. A.uthorlzed100,000.-- ; COCOA, Indian RiTer, FLA.. to For Sale a Large List; of Carefully Selected Midi

,To concentrate the Juice, It Is heated ACCOUNTS SOLICITED -
Temperature River
.Ji1.1teaDI, In large vessels, holding a hundred Property All'llnds Bought, Sold and Properties,
: toOl,'mcq or leas a vacuum being ,fa Tltnrrine. Bocsy ,to Loan 'a! _Lowest tRateS.DIRECTORS .
created therein with urge pumps., The For the week ending last night, Oct. :* Exclianged. Agents for Sale 0'Land's of the Florida Coast Lint

Vessels are called "multiple effects Zvi, 1801, as compared with that of the G. 8. HARDR President. : '.', Canal and Transportation Co: .
there being several of them; so that the steam from the Juice in on. corresponding week In 1800. Recorded .' B. HOLXKS, 'Caa&ierY ,' reliably answered. Fire Insurance CAN'AI.. LA1"\.TDS;'

'passes, In pipes, through the Juice In the at the U. 8. Weather..Bureau office, 11tuavffle. ALBKOT A."T.A.TLOnt; ljr.M, SAXDEKS,. written In standard .companies at lowest Florida'Sbathern. Railway, JackionYl1l'jIampa A' ey'West Railway Company
thus the steam of the first Lands. DlMton '
next, utilizing .' J. F.-WooiKV. .- rates.'s. Loan and Investment Co.,. .
''to create ftfarther evaporation In the Day Max. Jfln. !lax.fin \ a1,V .1 and other Low Priced Lands.Mci .
latter., This amounts to an enormous : ai u '
iep to : 3Ca2ad.
1800. OCTOBEB. 1891. ; Xspctxx : y& on
aving'Jn lact re. the The economy old process of of sugar boiling manu downIn '23 81 78 68 55 :: : ::7- .: -At Ten and Twelve per cents in sums to tuit. : '

24 '73 69' 73 54 Write,for Price List of Selected Properties..
Open cast Iron vessels, now used much Descriptive Carefully
25 78 8" 80 61
'fa' southern Georgia, yen are familiar M 78 M' 80. 67 [' COLl ; Address, p. :o.. box-IPS,'iTitusville; Fla.DZXI ...
with: The thick syrup obtained.thus, 27 M 43 Cl :
Is allowed to cool and crys tallze,or gran- 73' '
ulate. 28 68 47 65 .: .AR.D': STXT ..ING.:

To separate the crystalline sugar, this j.V .80 .j8' .63 74in .68' .- 't.;. .' ,. k ,. ,.r. 'Cocoa River Florida
Observer.- Indian.
','Granulated product Is put Into circularrevolving I J. E. L.u tmD, :; : .r.', '. .lIT' ; ,
T."l. cylinders,called"centrlfngals, J-Vlsltors to Jacksonville wffl be :. Dealer In -
and revolved at a high speed The .' ,;t) t,.
,/ very : pleased to ,know that although the St. : ., : STOVES
Syrupy liquid out through 'per- PAlNTSjiHAftDWARE &
1 loraUonstln, the' clreumferencet.6f,the James, Windsor,1 Everett.' Carleton, Do. ,
v faacblne,'.by ,rirtue.of the*\centrifugal val, Olcnada,, Grand View and Tognl 'i' PLUMBERS' A MILL SUPPLIES OILS, GLASS' ft PUTTY, TABLE
"Ibrce While the ls Detained hotels are ,closed for;; the summer still : nI..J : A POCKET BEI, WIRE WIRE NETTING
sugar ; u.a : ,
'grannlaf costing several Inchestliick, on I that elegant hotel-the Traveler*-Is ..j, ; .,AYVJ.RE CLOTH. <

.,:v..the+ '.interior circumference.. Tlie .first is open the for only the hotel reception which succeeds of :guests.In mak This ... :3>1jAC1Si'SS.EI ,, 'ElLXNDS:: : ,,' :Ba.JOK.'J.imi3' :: : .,
*wugar obtainedUdlMolve4In >& ', re-- -
'treated by concentration etc, aabove, lag money and friends both winter and L Cement;, Shingles & Ziath _

to further refine, and blueing.added,''.to summer. 'To strangerswe would say ... .. ... -.... Guns, ,Ammunition and Xlshing;Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods, Gauze.
neutralize the yellowish color- Beautiful hat The Tra'e1I11'1. is:not a boarding ? _r- ''" DoorVOook'Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caakets;
white .crystals'are thus, produced.Srhloh ; house or a restaurant with ft few rooms i1d' ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers Ice .
From! the centrlfugals, the sugar ,passeea connected, but, first-class i hotel with New York GHweitbn: ; Elorida Lines. '" > CreanxFreeien; Brick Lime, Cement. and,
through bortsontsl cylinder accommodation for'one hundred guests.Remember v r v '. .' Chimney :Pipe; Fugs A Bunting;
heated by'reyoJ"fI. the"granulator.'t The Travelers ett 'f Table nd.Pocket Cntiery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, et., etc.'

dries the crystals. Then through If' people would take the advice of The magniflce tlSteamstilpslpf; Line are appointed ..Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application.. ; Correspondence'

Vureent;hoppers; etc. Into lICuLand.l. DIxon A Gray,the druggists they never to, sail assfollows : solicited and estimates furnished promptly.. -

finally prepared for 'The sy- would start on a Journey without,'a bott CALUNQ AT CHARLESTON. 8. C:'.BOTH WAYS. .
sup, or molasses obtained from the ceorlKgta tie of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and (IUJID"-U'I'DDI.)

:: Mowed to erystallxe out.a Diarrhcftft Remedy. It can always bed4pended 1.rm ww Tern from JaekMmvtll' The Carpet Palace
second and thlrJcftpbt ) t-'mptaJa. upon !and Is pleasant to take. (1'I r Is,a.jt) aTL\J ZR -lorlda. <
]: While Is better for the manufacturer ptl96tn'Sat 1 r. .:. .. ou.ftunda1. Oct. lit, at t.IIO.... : ,
to raise smalf beets which contain a |Mr. P. Lorillard' New Yacht Mond,1, t.5ept3.tkMx r..+..,, ..l .. U !' .'.._...8cmdar. Oct tth, 'u sae Lr.w.d.esQ.y .
.. eth, IAG.A.IL
.. Oct. -at
."higher percentage of sugar and less mineral Caiman, Friday .IIep'Oti\."mu leI.u.,et a .. M..r.e c1eLROHzr.ThurIdar.. ; .0eS. 'litho M IMAJf. 48 West Bay Street MsoDTllle Fit ;
and organic matters not sugar It Is Oc& kh,asSP....."BLMINOyg .Buda" Oct. llth. 'at lo.ooAM.w.dnwbgyOct ,
to the farmer to raise nba& P. .....Tltlll8e..Tuesday. Oct. 13th, at UM .. Where will find the best selection of
more profitable The
above.novel craft Caiman; built -mc..nataaae.. _"1ROttU0 "........"ftunda1.. Oc& U&I1, ae ... .... yon very
larger beets, the tonnage per acre jnore I'rldaT; .....t.. .... ,. Oct tack, at, 4JOA.M.Oct.Kn .
the Jones
by Fusey A Company, for Mr. Moe4ar Oc& l2th,at g Po .ALOON UIN z" : Sunday Carpets; Mats '
:than making up for the Increased per Pierre' LorI ard, of New York, was WedaeNa1. '--' .. .....-cHE1W : ......:Tuesday at ..01 ..... ,
oentage of Ju the small beets. In I'rldaT, .Oct IIItJa, at e r '..tt"8EMI1fO .......TlnandaT. cot tad. 'at Tea art.Mach. Shades Oil cloths
sugar &
launched successfully on Thursday afternoon 'lies. 3fthM1 .( MJ."Y1 ".......8I1Iada,.. 'Oct. Kth, at .leas Air.w.da..be7 ,
the large beets, however, the matters not last, says the New York JroW..' Oc&'21a&o eta m.a ... .UWQUOI8.".......''heedar. Oct. ftth, at' liasr.*. Mattings Lace curtains 1 '
sugar are generally too great a proportion Owing to the Inclement weather the J"rt4a1, Oc&.1IId-'I' *.,...". Lt3O UU1 ,.....TbQftd. 1.. Oct. 29th, M .1.10.... ,
.:.. : "...,...8oada,. Noy. .." at 4JSA.M.&M .
;and render the purity"too low for Monday Oct. 55th.a&a ra .J'CHJIW Rugs Cornice
attendance was small. In addition'to w.daa&y.Oct frth, at a r. ......."SL3tIN O .....TuMd&, Nov Ird, as AJf.SJWAJI.. polesPothers
profitable manufacture. The minimum the usual number of spectators and the J'dda7, Ooh....an L ........y....Jl.AA "........TDunday.. Nov. ItI1, 'as China.SfIks
acceptlWe this TJ percent. officers of the Pnsey-A Jones company .... ,
That '
i Is, the sugar In twice must best there was present Mr. Gustave HUlman, : r j St. J :River, Line. And Mosquito Nets. +.
'least TI per teent. of the total solids in naval architect of. Brooklyn,"by whom : Johns I Estimates given. Samples sent. --The.onlyexclusive% haaa.InllortdaOur
'the Juice.Next rear the minimum acceptable the boat was designed. The name of Goods and the Prices
are Tam BKST, TH* J.01fUT.
often will above be 80 90.per cent. The purity the lost Is of Spanish origin, 'meaning For Sanfprd,,.Enterprise:. and Intermediate Points on. Mall orders will receive prompt attention.OlAxOac. ,
goes "
alligator. This name was chosen by Mr.
t:, _The pulp, after the sugar extracted, Is Lorillard, having In view a hunting expedition '," ,, ..:.. the St. Johns'Rlver'. ; : c*? >16ett94aepK
pressed to separate water and fed to
In :Florida. The work; upon
cattle. It I. said to be excellent for fat-. the boat Is progressing rapidly and will Steamer "EVERGLADE" mo' .48 West Bay Street, JaefaonvUle, FU. ,

tenln&cattie., Tours truly, soon be completed. She will be ft floating XaaTM JaokMBTllU(of Sanford 8oada .Tuesdays and Tnondari,at SJO r.x; Eeturn- t
t ERWIN M. Wane. mansion and the first of the kind. lug; leave BaaXMd Mondays,WedoMda and rridaja,at 10 A. .. Established In 1873.
Her hull la an steel and flat bottomedand ,' '
"\b. C-B.. Jones- of Spring Rill Iowa, round ended like a' scow. Her..dimensions : Steamer TJSr/AICA. ; ,
''')'It."I have used Chamberlain's Pain are-length, 96 feet; width at Leave JackKMTtUe. for Sanford Monday. and fridays,' at aJIO r... ,:BeCunaI ar. leaves IANKLYN & COM:
,Balm YQr severe and painful' burns with top S4} feet; width at bottom,'20;iepth Sanford T .Th Bandara aboeiteameniamfitted and W d6 4ayK.p M yes with a fint a. better effect' than anything else I have of bull, 6 t; The overhanging of the tables", wUlb*applied wltftlmt.ta market ;; .
revice tried -{t relieves the pain instantly guards.is three feet on each sale Two Qeneral' l'assangerandTicketOffice,88" W.- Bay'St.,'Jacksonville. ,
and cirreyUhottt leaving a scar." small steam engines will her.
: TO G. W.
pain Balm Is ope of the most useful The six roomed house-- built of light F.r.&TAOX0. Sa.awaYA w.ApI&,81 West ltTptUaclnooTme. .,J'la, SUCCESSORS MARKENS)
,medicines that'ftnVvfamily can be pro.vlded pine, covers the entire deck space.<< Besides J.W.o.8.PJtLOT OGIUCK rretrhf.1.Y gent r oawhaz .fut Hopa 6 e BuM&Bow Ung. : Ores M11YIle-l&, New YG. Wholesale and
with, especially- rheumatism, the six rooms there,are quarters .JOHN L HOw AJUJOrida J'rtillh&Agent,fOlIC Laara Street.JackaOBVlU:Yla.t Retail Wines and Liquors.

.lame back sprains, bruises, toothache for the officers and.crewfn Ice ,hvuq J.A..Ll:8L1E.! BupoorlDteDdeA", foot Laa}attest.....lacUMYIUe.'l'HEo. .. NewTai..lie .
(Bar-ache aud like allmen .' ..One applVCation of five tons capacity, state-rooms,pantry ) .0.aoaitTteue.U.CL TDE,A rfiafflo klauagu a J&owUng Green,K.w York. I'
:will relieve the pain and a fair and kitchen. The living apartments are l.ABaH.t.L.L, Monogohela I Rye,
trial Insure .,cure. 60 cent bottles for on the saloon deck and the studio oh the ', WM. P. ,CLYDE & CO. GenM Agents., KentQGiylonrton Whisky,
.snip by DixonA Gra fi4t hurricans- deck aft of the pilot house.
) ..... ... .Be IIacO-1'.k.
Then there u-.dJnIng room.,and sitting tenth wk .Pknad lpht Fur California

Prohibition Versus Baloona.J .' room of suitable dliheuStons. The four ,. rs -, -s-- Wines.
t bedrooms are of- dUfer h:..dlmenalon&i .

In Issue of and wardrobe In edditoneommodations. to.toiidi !Oa CLtet....:.........:....;......:..FerGaL ILOO paCaaeV93.0b'
your the 9th"Inst., 'and In I The general color of the Port .... .... ....1... ........ ...,.. rt ,'s \jfc ,',.* ..* 11.00 f
,reply to "Kicker No.Two you set forth twill be white. The ceilings will be TJTUSVILLEIndian Sherry .... .... .... ..........,..,... .* LM V u 4.00
mn opinion, relative to the legalised U- of finished woods and the walla decorated r Angelica..,. ... .... .... ...: ....., .u II IJQ U to; 5.08 ,
,,<. saloons which,'if true, should be In colored creton, backed up by flannel Indian River Bock... .. .. .... ... ... .... ...,_. _=. u W. AJBQCJ
<*o clearly demonstrated by> actual facts, padding and trimmed with gold and ,
tha| all opposition would be forever at- bronzed gimp. The interior of the owners -' Fla. "'OV'fl-Tll'Ir'ly: : OO., 91, W Bay street, JACSSONYILLLItICIIARD
lent departments will be In''gold and ----- -

,. More especially wiU the pobUe demand white. Fin copper wire screens will ; : W. GOODS. JAMES. JIFlorida :
the 'facts, as we have been so stoutly protect the windows and American -
,taught the converse; and the most palns.taldnff plate glass cherry cowill constitute k L M. MABBETTE,
statistics and beat accredited au the windows. The craft will cost Real Estate
thorities differ from you. about $50,000 and will be strikingly unique PBOPB. Exchange
If"th morals of the community have In its construction. ,
beeltlffill.'J tapro,*d by tbelegal1&1qof Mr. X J. Canover of
liquor saloon," This U" Rack Open All The Year. MELBOURNE Brevard Co. FLA.
why something writes us from Larchmont, N. LILL.I I ,
new under the sun and this doubt effect that he will leave there about the __ .....
log age must needs put it Into the cruci first of the month on board the above __ PROPERTIES OF ALL KIm BOUGHT, SOLD 4 g1CIi tNGED.
ble, to attest its claim Predicated upon yacht for Charlestown, 8, (X, at which Only from ft few minutes'walk TAXES PAID :FOE KOJfEESCXJTBACTa ) '
; the above assumption following place he will take charge of a 001$. steel Railway depotand TA.XD''OR SETTING AND
absurd reasoning for digestion: That propeller steamer, also oetonging to Mr. Steamboat landings.On OUT ORANGE GROVES
,"the liquor traffic, under the lane of the Lorillard which he will bring down to the banks of the PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS.:
Uw," u the associate of "gambling and Rockledge and run as an excursion boat :: fate ame4 Indian River, Indian River Lands ft specialty. Parties wishing to Invest, or having, lands fgC
other worse vices and tale would do well .
j ? M soon a* U Ise this coming season to correspond with ng.

., .
; ":; J:,

; .. '<;
; /'
< ".
t .


a. .
I .

', ", k ,.t.1L. .._a :;;"'-'" -41h.<.4 ,'_ _. A_' _'i e_ .__ "" -i-_;,iIi_ III.__ ., ,_.__. .. < .-. ;c." --- '*., ."'.,!.I!.....-.'. '" Ji ., H'+, .::. \. 1.Tr .; .......