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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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J -- ,'Children's shoes are specially a bargain -Mr. R. J. Peck, of Long Lake,N,Y., -R v.&:F. Gave started down the -J, r, Turner Co. will carry the -r.. 0. J. Prentlss, of Louisville, s :.
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feature at Kumph's. Heat was in town-Wednesday.Dr. river,l >.day.Cipt most complete line of XMas goods to be Ky., Is In town to-day. IMr.

itgage deed, Warranty deed, '-Mr. Gen E. Chester, of City Point D. W. rifle", of Orlando, was a '".Chas. Pierce, of Hypoluxo, found In Brevard county this year and Mrs. J. Jones arrived'' '

t-ClaIm action deed of mortgage, ,Bill Tax of certificate sale, has been in town this week. visitor to Titusville on Tuesday. .has U an In town this week. -Hr. W. J. Duncan, commission merchant town from North Carolina but night r

: sale deed Leases, -Mr. T. J. DeSteuben, of Jensen, has -Wanted by X. S. Watson A Co., n'dld line of hand-made, kan of Now York, started for .Rock- : -ol1r line of ladle's shoos li complete

for Title.mortgage', Proclpe ford been spending a few days in town. 5,000 boxes dropped oranges, ship,In -AfP oes it the Bazaar. \ ledgetoday.. : -J. P. Turner & Co. '0 I

sale at the ADVOCATE summons office.- jetar -Mrs. G. W. Coffey :and :Miss Orria barrels or loose packages. 143tMrs. i v C/M.; Brandt, of Brooklyn, 'N. -Mr. W M.' Woodward the photographer Service at Courtney and Morritt 'm "

; tree,250.; dozen, 60c..; one hun. Coffey, of .Orlando, are' In town. Mrs. Hattoa Tumor and son, of T., wis In town Wednesday. has returned from his trip to I Sunday. Rev. B. F. Brown will officiate.Mrs. ? .. ': I F .

Iso:, attachments. la gets, $1.00 six Coffey Is a sister to Mr. J. F. Lew(.. Tunbridge Wells, England, are In town I., -B Is the "staff ol life.". Altree'i Alabama. I Titus showed us' an old Bostes r
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500. Ten In each set Copyright -Try the home-made* Indian River today, on their 'way, to, their winter lead e never falls to make It lOo -Read J.. S. Wa Jon, A Co.'s. new ; newspaper, this week, that Is quite*

= Cigars, manufactured by H.. C. Stark, residence at Oak Hill., pack ; 15o by mail. 23*t.l. advt. on,. page 4. Watson A Co., the curiosity of the Colonial days. .

Wedding' s Cards Malabar Indian River, Fla. 14-4t. -People with solid heads 'will use .B. F. Brown has a well-known commission men, are firm i-Oh, thou lounger I Single and bemtlful '

We shall be pleased to Messrs. H. J. Floyd and Chas. Car- old head and extra thick Bangor.boxes: grape- believers In printers Ink. I bed lounges at Rumph'a. Xverjr '
:I receive a share of eO which-In his grove at Longwood, home should oe
your with
Send for Pace & supplied, one tIC
order to
Un, of Jupiter, have been spending? a day your >some -The name of this will be
Job Work-envelopes, If budded three years''ago, and paper : more., 14'3t .
{letter-heads,note-heads,}a In or so In town this week. Doyle, TttusvlUe, Fla. 14tf now hi ft185 grapefruit: on it changed next week to that of INDIAN :
-Yr. E. P. Branch of Melbourne r
bill-heads, statements, it.: -Lieutenant Colonel Howlette, one ofthe -Mr. C. Hunt, of DeLeon ,Springs, RIVKB .ADVOCATE. Our reasons for tie. '.'
-'K' and Mrs. J. W., Ballantine and turned here from his ,
to other
else.LOCAL ,
or anything f"T' : trip part*
few survivors of the'British officers was In town Wednesday, on his way to changing the title will be given In '
Miss Ujplen B. BnllanUne, expects to return of Florida, on Wednesday, and pont 3
who fought at the great battle of Waterloo his place at Ankona. He gave us a our next Issue. .
Indian River
from the north' to yesterday In towa.Mr.A ,
la dead.. pleasant call while, 'In town. about the end of this month; -Cut prices on pants, shoes and hats.
Frederick Greenwood the "Casual'auper" It will pay you to see them before .- P Canovor, 'one of, the fStt 1 .
subscribing $1.50
By By annum
per -J.fe.Watson Co., are Indian River GKO. B.Runrn. 143t pioneers of Indian River ,
buying. ,gave us picas- '
for the ADVOCATE : xi
NEWS. it will only cost you writer of the 8t. James QattUt. ., "
Thru Cent Per Week, Pottage Included, London, receives $9,000 per annum fords agents I for Snydor's Improved Orange -Capt. A. Bennett, of Eau GaUle, ant call yesterday, He-came from I-. '

-' to any part of the United States.J. services on that Jiaplr alone. Clippers.' The best the market. affords. was In town Wednesday accompanied lath, and' is stopping wlthXra..Daq'. ,r .

t7 and General Gossip In connection Watson &;'Co., have a carload -Hr. Chas. 13 3t. A by Captain Carey's engineer. He came Harrison, at Mlms.In .
C. Morgan TltulviUe'ajeweler .
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Indian Hirer and Lake Worth see-
II daring put week. Brief mention of of spruce ladders on the way. 'Put In watchmaker. has been suf-- -TQe Keeley Institute, located atPalatka up for more lumber and.other much. consequence of St'Mark's church

Sag E..otll. About People Ton your orders and get the best ladder in ering from an attack of rheumatism, :TlA.., Is a branch of the Dwight needed artl lel. He will open his ; Cocoa, being In the hands of, workmeq, Vi'v
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low, and People You Don't Knew the State. All lengths. 138t this week, which necessitated his olosng Institute,;and all those afflicted with the boarding house this winter who are finishing the Interior' the JRov. ,'
pied up by Our Society Editor. liquor,opium, cocaine and tobacco habits I' B. 1", Drown will .
: -Mr. Chas. A. Mitchell, an English the store, -Yr. W. Ii. Scott, wife and sister, of officiate at Courtney

Advertisements- under thus beads capitalist, Is visiting the South to Invest -The world moves'and although the should In.e tlgate. ll8tDr. Birmingham, Ala., arrived, I In town last ; on Sunday morning, and at Orson. ; ,

i ten cents line week., In real estate, and expects to vlllltJackthis' 'Isle of June" and the Blessed Bahamas ti.; I*..Wills, whQ baa boon spend night, and *111 probably*remain here a'':I church Merritt, at throe o'clock p. m.' I "

per per mouth. He has a fortune of $5,000, have been long sleeping, the tlnqe' has ing a fen days at DeSoto Beach, returned some time.. Mrs. Scott la quite ill, and I. -Mr. Jno. ,M. Caldwell, of .Jasper,

Bee J.8. Watson & Co. before you 000 on deposit In New York.-Metropollt. come when they will be forced to awake here with a very glowing account of It. Mr. Scott' brought hero for change of Fla., recently editor of a newipapor, mm ;.Y'

our orange boxes and paper. 133t -We want,money.to loan'on abso- and come out of their. sleepy condition{ Hejbas' purchased ten acres of land there, air. in town this week, and gave as a plow j

r.'.C. H. Watson has commenced lately safe real estate security, in sums says the Key West Advertiter. which .he 1 intends..having cleared and -Miss Julia Roberts, of Cocoa,' 'Is In ant call. He started down the river s. '

; planted out pineapples{ town today. 'Sho is for the Wednesday night's steamer; on his 'way I
Less i as soliciting agent for the Plant ranging .from $200 to $10,000 Loans -Wanted-An experienced and res. here. purpose .f i
...The Farmer's to view the "
II). net ten per cent to lender' free of ex- xmslble fertilizer salesman for the Indl-. Alliance and Industrial of taking charge'of the mlllnory country around Blseayd
River and Union, of Grange, will celebrate its and establishment of Mr. Bay. ,1,2t
dressmaking
flea Anna Reed of Indianola spent pense. Robbins Graham, Titusville, an contiguous country goods II '
Fin -, 12nf weU known and highly esteemed. Address annual anniversary on the evening of the Geo. B.Bumph., Miss Roberts' ability Second band and cheap at AltrecV "

ay In town.. She returned to Cocoa Recent,, from the. Bahamas promptly with terms" and references 14th'o1Norlmber, with a grand supper her line Is well known on Indian River Supply Store, ash bedroom suits, marble '
onda morning's steamer. reports "Phospho Pernvlan of EAST '
care
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at 7 o'clock at Bro. Tlios.: Johnson's Pioneer I top .refrigerators high'' boadstoad coal
tate that the cultivation of Sisal hemps COAST ADV9 arttea; wishing to charter boats for :Coopofshop. All friends of theFarmer's'Alliance here permanently. oil ,and gasoline, stove, baby carriage
proving to be great success, and 8. H.jJUjr'lias been Wn around I : ?; f ', V
:J liver 'Lake Worth, or MiamiwritetoO.AltroeTitusville' I are cordially'Invited.. vlollncello scales men's and!
I I.sJ suits odd
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the product will loonamount', to 00,000 town this'.week:: beaming, Vjtb.) smile*. N : ; Messrs': Ray, Brown*Renaker and ? .
: :. 0* I .:J. '& ? just garments, pistol, watches,' also teeth'Ii.r.i .::' '
tons anually. The quality U said to be Tht kh g thatb may have become Lettto etson : CRave received Richards a were oufBhooting yesterday] : :
Iri. Sweet'fhas been sick during* lot of cocoanuts from thUCe8 and crutches, >new furniture.feather', < .
very fine, V a baronetcy with itt usual appendages and although' they"laad' four dogs, we ';. I'. ;
{of the week, and yesterday was unto for seed.. Heat understand pillows, a folding bedstead and the. (general .' a ,- '
to bring back
,-Mr. J. E. Burps, of, this*place, has -valuable estates-our reporter made inquiries they'managed '
take her place? In, the 'school Just purchased the: well-known Burn- ,, and.. discovered the fact that Monday a paso of aggravated assault: only about six! 'quail; >after scouring the stock. 34'" '- '

w Smyrna Brtete. ham orange grove at. Canaveral, for Mrs..Ray, at about 11 o'clock,,Saturday', came before Judge M. S., Jones-State I country between Aurantia and 'Titus -Mr. R. H.Thunton, of Melbourne,' : '

lie' father of one ,of the largest 2,600. We are told that the price, paid tight had presented him with one of the vs. O'narra-lWd defendant was fined I vine. Evidently wild birds were scares spent yesterday in town attending 4

r holders In London Is burled incase was remarkably for 'so fine a piece finest ;young ladles seen on Indian River $50: and costs. J In this case, we understand yesterday.Just some business matters, and gave the' .
i ou top of one of the finest Mr Howell Titus made his maiden ADYOCATB s: pleasant call. Mr. Than- ,
of property.The for some time past.. She(tipped' the received this week and last, sit I R
lings In the clt,.* remarkable cures of scales at Clbs., .and Is said to be a little speech before a Jury, and handled, the other stock of everything In the furniture ton Is a painter some note. It Is ls'

site a number of people have ship liquor opium many, cocaine and tobacco hab- jeauty. Mr. Ray Is a happy man and case very.creditably.. line. Prices can not be beat from that pointed the celebrated picture. '

e ADVOCATE garden during the Its, effected by the use of Dr. Keeley's, well he may be. Dr. D. R. Wilson was ,.Miss Gertrude Bralnerd, of Beloit, any source. GEO. B. RuKrn 148tMr. known to man) as"ThuratoD'dilagara/* \ a

reek, to Clew a perfect five-pointed sire ty-chlorlde proof that of gold these remedies dangerous, is diseasescan concln- the physician in attendance, and Mrs Kansas, started for Eau I Gallic, this H. Seagrave Adams, a well for which he received $4,000.

Bower the bloom of a cactus. be cured. Correspondence solicited, Ray,who is in excellent condition receiving morning. She Is a sister of Mr. Eugene known lawyer, of Sandford, was found -Owing to the steamer St Lucie faCIng ., : "

or sale.-Steam yacht, Sassacus. Keeley Institute, Palatka, Fla. ll8tMr. careful attention from Mrs.Bran- Bralnerd, who was supposed to have unconslous his room at a New York to arrive on time, Wednesday eve y,;'4 t ".,

$4,800; will sell for $1,600 and and Mrs. Oeo. W. Morton, of nlng.By. followed Mrs, Geo. Gleason's example, hotel,'with the gass turned on, 'one day sing,'the steamer St Sebastian took her .'+'),:' y ,*:. .; i

everything perfect the handsomest or no sale fortonhnrst, were on the street Tuesday and returnedwith, a bride. Mr. Braln last week He was removed to> ft 'hos place on the run between here and Jupi' p. -t

i jut yacht exception'on Indian Elver. 1"or.fur- shaking hands with their many Has your subscription expired? erd went as far as Jacksonville to meet pits, and Is now recovering. It, was ter. Capt Joe Smith was In.commanA ah<

particulars, address Hodgson Bros., rlends. Mrs. Morton has been on a Please note name-and-date slip pastedat her, and accompanied ,his sister to supposed that he had attempted suicide, until the Sebastian milt the St Luole '.
ante Fla 82mo head of this paper, or upon the wrap but he denies that such was his inten whose transferred
visit north, and returned to her home at Eau Gallle today.On crew were to ,tbe ,"

Hartford boasts of a very remarka- the above place recently. per. Tuesday morning, at the County tion. former steamer;; Capt Joe returning t* "

k In the person of William Cotter,, -Lates : advices from England report -Miss Sue Bnckner, expects to start Court, before Judge M. 8. Jones, Thos. -Hon. A. Brady, of LaGrange, and Titusville with the letter: ,

trar of voters. 12,000 names on that Florida oranges are selling at $3 Jo her painting class next week. II; Boyco, of Port Charles, N. Y.,' was IIon. W. H. Sharpe of Sharpes, are in Private 'Glen ,8trohm took t wPritehard .

Mr. Cotter claims to be able to ...60 per box. In England the people Mrs. Decker has been laid this brought up on a charge of ,carrying concealed Jacksonville. The former U attending modal at the Indian, JUvnr 'i .

to tell from memory the realI are not very fond of sweet things, and week- with a bad foot which caused up her weapons and larceny, and, was a meeting of the,Directors of the Florida Guards' drill Wednesday evening. tTh .
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I and politics of every one. numbers prefer an acid orange to a so much trouble that on Tuesday morning fined $50 and costs or 80 days' Imprisonment Fruit Exchange, while the latter ls la attendance River Lumber Co.'s. office Is now la pc- '

ow Is the time to begin looking npunas sweet one. No doubt that accounts for she left for Sanford, to have It at on the first, and $25 and cost on as a delegate 'from -the Indian session of the price drill medal; but..w. z

presents. Many of the nicest t our partly-ripe oranges fetching such tended to by Dr. Caldw.lL the latter charge. Boyoe was prosecutedby River Orange Growers" AaaoclatioD.1" )heard It whispered that In less than sixty ,; # ,

are selected early and laid aside good prices. County Solicitor J.T.8andersand ably A. M. Indian River Lodge will days they would be compelled to relinquish' i
e-happy time eomlLg, and If you J. S. Watson A Co. have a full stock
g 0 to Geo. B. Rumph's, you will -Mr. J. W. Huntington came Into of-blood and bone forplDeapples. blood, defended by Mr. Ho well Titus. The $25 hold Its regular monthly' meeting In it to decorate the ahow-caso: cf .
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i thousand dollar stock of the finest town from his place at Aurantia on Friday bone and potash for pineapples or vegetables and costs were eventually remitted. their hall over the Bank tonight at 7.80 Budgo's hardware store; for Harry li getting '1<

_inted jewelry In latest designs. evening, and returned, Monday ; sulphur .potash, old orange -Mr. and Mrs. O. 8. Porter and son sharp. Work will take place In the I quite an expert in military tactioi. "

the t. nicest thing you can 14 buy'3t for a morning, with two young fellows who ,Truckers'fertilizers,vegetable young orange manure.tree fertilizers On thesewe and danghter-ln-Iaw, arrived here from third degree-Visiting brethren are -The following notice hat just bead .

arrived from Hartford, Conn., Saturday defy competition. 133tB. Lexington Kentucky, on Tuesday eve- I cordially invited to attend. Jos. Men Issued by the state directory of tWWorld's
C. F. Latham one of Micro'slinent
night. These two Dartford'young men ning's train, on their way to Mr. Porters .del, Secretary; fair: 'A meeting of the board.. "'
residents, has been In town Messrs. H. F. Brainerd and E. D. San- & Sheldon and Gnstavus Splices place at Lake Worth. Mr. Porter'sson > '
I Senator Matthew S. called the directors of the World' fair for Florida '
r days this week, having.some up to left for New York, Tuesday morning to Mae, baa been very ill with Inter Quay,
ford-are Mr.
employed by Hnntington;; fever bat Republican warhorse, with his son will be held at the Everett house Jacksonville : ,
mittent ,
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1 to some business matters for herd return with the LoriHard steamer. Mr. we are pleased to note
who we regret to learn. Is in.I and this winter they will try their hand Sheldon may visit relatives In" Massachusetts he U on a fair way to recovery. Mr. I Richard, and several other gentlemen, at 10 a. m. on Wednesday, star
as tillers of the soiL Porter, Jr., has sold out hla'lnte.t In among whom were ex-Senator Mahone, vember 25. Clt tens of the State are requested :
a pleasant call from Mrs. Latham before his return, and Mr. and
the brass with which
collected copper foundry '
Mrs.
Whiting having
Henry
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to submit
of Win. H. Andrews ex-chair' aoggwtloni.ma a
Virginia; any
In town. Splices Intends to spend little time in he, was connected,' and will, probably,
} north sufficient
while money to builda of the writing or otherwise' on that -d It
Pennsylvania
Boston.New live with his wife at Lake Worth. They man RepublicanState s l'
Smyrna Breeze
pace ft Doyle, wholesale and retail church, the order for the lumber baa sent mall address ,
all started homeward on Wednesday Committee; E. A. Montooth of by to the care'of tb .
i la hay, grain, feed fertilizers been sent ID to Mr. L. C. Oliver, who -Mr. Geo. E. Coon who has been steamer. '
night's and Capt.. U. Everett house The of the8tmt. ,
Petersburg; M. Donahue press "
boxes hoops, nails etc., ,
paper will deliver It as soon as possible. The north for nearly two ,returned here
just opened the large building nearrailway church is to be built on a lot at Mel and years -The marine railway built here primarily of Beaver, Ph., (the home of Senator II respectfully; requested to copy tide' .':' ,
left the
Saturday night, Monday eve.niag for repair of the steamer
station, known as Allen'lwhere bourne Beach, kindly donated by Mr. Sweeney under the supervision of Quay), arrived here on the Senator's private notice. W. D. Cmrtxr, presided >
for his Capt.Berry
above be pineapple plantation near .. '
all the goods
i wholesale may WhIting. Mr. R. W. Beanjean a prominent ,of Wilmington(.C., was broughtto car NImrod, last Friday evening, on OKOsaa W. Wiuov, Secretary
aed as cheap as at any Jensen. Mr. Coon has been living in
of Melbourne Beach baa
in Jacksonville US* contractor completion, and the steamer was successfully their way to fit Lute, where they expect -Mrs. J. D. Tuttle and her harmlns }
i erection Dakota and >
the contract for the of the South Crystal Falls, Michigan placed la
--Vr.. and Mrs. H J. Philips, Miss C. church. ,It is very evident Melbourne and be expects quite a few of his close of last week. The position repairs near are the being to remain for a few weeks,enjoying daughter, who arrived la town Wed *-.' .,
Beach is going ahead. and In themselves hunting and fishing They day week have started for their err +
and Mr. S. M. King and son friends down here this winter. rapidly'made, a short time ,
I CspU. Faddlaon and Berry came np the Sweeney will be ready for the winter left the same evening oa board the home at Miami. They came here ifroi '
been a pleasant trip
ave on quite from Titusville; yesterday where they -Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whiting, Portland business between here and TitosvUle steamer bound for Jupiter A Jacksonville Cleveland, Ohio; but had U seems visited .
ad. returned her Saturday have been making arrangemen for the Chautauqua Co., K. T., arrived business that assumed considerable proportions Standard reporter, who before ,W wardrtcksoa
and
Interviewed Ztaft.
BIscayne Bay likn
wen pleased with their outing. building\ of a new steamer at that place here ft few days on their last winter, and that will undoubtedly ; x .
ago
started. Tuesday for Melbourne for the use of the TUusvUle Canaveraland way be much larger this winter Senator Quay, says f The senator was Venn, the great English!: yachteman fdDIA .'c, "
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3 and Mrs. C.who Oak Hill Steamboat Transportation to Melbourne Beach, has been wintering under the efficient management of Cap dressed In'a suit of brown closely buttoned Jove with,that part of Florida tfl s.Tnttle .I- =-, __..,
Mr.
accompanied by Company. The steamer is to be for oa Indian Rlvej daring the past five Pa4d cIa.. The railway or ways, is to and was seemingly In the best of took an auto-harp along with tec -',"
will reside_with Mr. and and and win be Mr. has his be institution of New
both passengers freight yean. Whiting sold out a permanent health. 4Ia Mid that he Lad come to and from the beautiful strain emitted
Phmpe. built under the superintendence of Capt. vineyard In New York State and started Smyrna where vessels can be built or d
Berry. It was confidently expected that repaired at any time la the future, and Florida tor a few weeka'ltaT, and would from that little Instrument, upon ow'h1dt, gk, '-
W. B. who Into the culture of Melbourne
pt Watson purchase. the building would be carried on here pineapples oa consequently likely to bring more or spend that time enjoying the fishing and she-was preforming while at the ndl a4 "
steamboat Progress for the Jack.oa.Tampa over the new ways already constructed; Beach, at which place be has leas good lock to the place. We can hunting which the Indian River country River Hotel MU.Tuttle bids fair to leoome L It'.
and Key West railroad, at but the moneyed interests of the company' planted out(10,000 pineapple slips duringthe take pleasure in the thought that we afforded. He said that he could not { .
and brought her here for ref being mainly on the Indian River, it was past summer. Mr. and Mrs. WhitIng have the ways and more than that, the stop over IB,the city oa his war down, quite an expert musician iMf: ., ; ,
there. win be between Jacksonville and Tattle U at Miami building a nice m*. .:
build It
It win be two weeks be- concluded to aa Intend Melbourne Beach only ways but might do as he returned. The tarpon
making
says yet advantage to TltnsvUle, and while disappointed around to Tampa on the Golf, that can fishing was of course mentioned and device for bin family Bupt C. U.JJont, '
she I* ready to proceed to the IndisT over the decision, we congratulate their permanent home. Hr.C.V. GUUi, take on a 400 ton vessel. And we must he said that he should endeavor to while subscribing for the AOVOCATK ins .{" '
Elver, where the. to be run. The Titnsvffle over her good fortone. Of Kane Pa,* brother of Mrs. Whiting bear la mini the fact that for the establishment catch many of the silver king. When Mr. Tuttle, informed as that Cap llo;:, r.t' ", .\ ..

-_Blver boats expect a heavy bur! The officers of the company are: has purchased land Adjoining Mr Whit of the wvys we are' Indebted to asked exactly when he would return, be In hla schooner, had taker 't
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S. H. Bay 8. 7. Gray, seers the Paddisons. Nut week we will publish said that be was compelled to be la load T
this winter and the Progress has president ; tag, and has DOW 25,000 pineapple plants ; quIte a of furniture and ..otdred'household ,;
tary 5 W. M. Brown, auditor ; G. F. Pad- little description of the affair for Washington (a time for the organizationof I effects, as well as water '
.;added to meet the demands of the dison general freight and passenger set oat. He win probably come to Melbourne tLe benefit of those who are not familiar Congress which commenced on December 11*. fine Jersey stock, eta. from JacVsonvUto ;,
Ing population In that section.ivffle .- agent;JL p PaddIao, general manager residence, Beach erected.this winter, and have with Its construction,-New Smyrna 1th, and would stay; la Florida to Miami, for Mr. and'drag
Brut until that,time.
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1rbo Hast Coas1 !dYo8 ufTC87IL1.ti i!. nearly New 84QOO,000 York city: ;, 'I I E SHANNON 1 SYSTEM! '

population. ) OF FILING LKTTBRS. BILLS I
... RECElfT8..ItT\ IN USB
asserts the
t FLORIDA. ; "' ALL OVER THE GIVIUZEO WORLD I

... much of it goes! M Alta ts BrEmnmsR* COKINDEUD W B.
TM 'proJucifon of silk annualTenclios !/ of pauperism. 1 TUB KEST.ABSOLUTE .

over one million pounds. which breed b SECURITY Q'JICKESf R:'ERtNOE.n. .
I Crime, cither *>*' cum:01t cann: u& u. Io.a
-' I ,w COnsa, bUll tqfJur 2eri lit! non fnftctEn
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An ewtJm ion of the world' population I tho city, and in B "! f. .a *ra for lint witttt Ittfcri tad toper of '"' .,.
the at be cured e ,, umit.MltlTC ; 1/,1 .
just made, placoa figures of 'WI
POH CJOIOLWt tUTORMAf luH AHftTTniw b itil ERfiA
t'a.oo .OOO. iponslble! for the tic., : era O'I"RI'R' Litmr-SiTtsi Dt1'1cet LIPID aotAxa COJUR 1
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( rnAlta e&.nttr, roe "" /.n rtnn.10 LNe"no.aa.a.
t\\l\ which she II no Coat.RTQ
It will $4:000,000 to blstthe. OFFICE MFC. CO. ROCHESTER N. *
:would be easier SPECIALTY, .y.I ,
rork out of the socalledIron, gales" I ] ()n E -Si* T k-CUop- .lUWtljiU-WttUigtos-B rrisdw+-Tonmta.i R RUC I
cure and prevent ._ __ __ _
of tho Dnntibn Uiver. The : Austrian .h __ 4 FOR 6's ,
than |Jt Is.to iAIdO
TONE'TOUCH"TEEEE
Government In levying lolls on passing ACTORlESFhb
the
vessels to pay for the cost of the paupers' in IN THE'fa V.:,
1890 was $ { .

work .. T .? ( private {net I i
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ll.illidny: : the Inventor of tin cable in" '1890 was $ ; { J -

s'lrecl-csr system, says' that the eight; of $3794,972. OFISIITPS. !

of six horses vainly endeavoring to, .' ,., .. ?

draw a car up a Mccp !Mil In San Francisco "A" ){ -

fil'wt sii>rjtctil
    HAUTE
    for hie! Invention.. compel t'to' Boston NEWPORT."

    -- .- road Company t '
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    The to* tradelu: \ Japan Is constantly 'pass on account VAULT DOORS,

    lncmu>ing while that of China! is diminishing tered Into ,

    The increase Is at tho raid Mss| l>odge'.. RAIL AND CELL WORKS
    '
    of moro than :l.AOO,000 pounds year Dodge of

    IMoat of 'Japanese'' tea is con-' conveyed to tho OF IMPROVED 'CONSTRUCTION.

    Inmod In tlio United Stales' and Can- landthe : ,
    .t -'

    ail*. _-__. ..__._____ Dodge and his : PIM.e.PX79: Tt'VRNIa: : s EC. an :cOD
    -- -
    "We afro rcmiiKlod," mutes the passage over the all kinds of Fire, and Burglar Proof Work.

    JJoNton CJIi'lw; "how' quickly- events the land was \\ ..\ -

    bee Ime anciiMil. 'by tho deathof Mrs.. poses Tho court $OJ..DSAFE k LOCK .COMPANY.W. .
    James K- i'olk. I'oik's administration In.tbe case at

    rooms almost as tar off ai tho Trojanwar the same roof, H. BUTLER

    and yet his widow has just died. Dodge ceased to [patent appied( fort m sssas
    atber's
    So many great events have come: be- grand FLORIDA AGENT This .one of the most eonnuJent le"'ure'and bu.tnee.vehtolesfortbelaw7er

    tweed our time and Folk's! that he longer claim a r rte.s p w.-man.01'(Mat farmer the same eartl time Owing tnrJI to durable.OOWltruotion, and 1. the oft.be Itatodat _bodT ,

    seems I like a figure of the ancient road company as : AU .IiTElKZAB STREET A WRITTEN- piee.wre or frtMiiwM e.Alel..w IA. _..kd.
    GUARANTEE
    GIVEN ON EACH
    wot Id." / Our fellow ( ,:BEOADWAT) '1'N cbudh sot hhJd, CII"ttacW or dstsoled II on tmn7D. Wta.1)t' VEHICLE.frier. carats WII\te4.

    The .Bri (all- Oovcrnmcnt has- sent to '01' 'descent are TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE AND BUGGY CO., Terre Haota, rr...

    British Columbia an officer to Inspect Americans as any New York City

    its dcfciucH and to report upon thebestplaos baby nation we -
    aug 91-19 oq. *
    to materially augment' its) them while they I CO
    protection against Iho invasion of an 600th anniversary
    r 'enemy. This I looks to tile New York pendence As a Ogg svr ?,ftkln0 a.peodaky this season of what A : I)

    Mail and"Express as if John Bull was years to six' & w.oauo rpflR/iG0M HARNESS. ,

    fearful ot the approach of tho Russian otic Switzer of the fiNEST STOCK and the very sG AME NGYsbr nto c:
    WORKMANSHIP. Such, a harness e E tZ
    Bear. States tq the Bw ;
    1 =
    be bought for less than $25.

    t Talk sbont your Leonldaael'and I is no more retail. But we are willing, n S <: (It hA. "

    your Julius'Caesars exclaims the ing body of 'order to Introduce It, Ito 1 H'a'

    than those ,who ONE SET ONLY ono' d A pmphl of Information a0d tfc.ltr .
    New York Commercial Advert er. cto(the l rw.,ibui>tnObUIn now W .f'/J
    land. All of fstanti. CTalAdjustaWe ,Trade .
    "But when Mrs. Wesley .Gormiey of one person aa a dTtfsampiovfor' ante, aprrtahu.w.tA.4.w "'
    education being MUMN fit d) a'
    Newcastle, 1'enn.! jammed her band Sel Bnadwar.
    native land all <: "
    "
    ; .w T.rb
    down bult'dog's throat to save ber they left home $16.50. 4 4 $ > 0
    child-! she showed that a mother'seoursge '

    is equal. to. that of any hero in a land with so w .;, 0

    ,of thowaiL" erous.' A Swiss %' rn rO

    ----..,....... a Swiss' criminal 1'.rade"'y -J
    0mj of tile curiosities' of the Boer .dently It Is good < .
    .r--
    ,
    conHtiliitioa..wliichshould: be noted," lie, even if one: 0 Extension Stand. 'rct --

    'wrKeu'Lord Randolph Ciiurchlll from 'elbow room.. : ,

    SoutU Aftica, ''Is that during the re-.. ,, r1 '

    caw of 1'aillatnent the president > has troduced Of the into many :0 2:

    power of his own authority to' issue

    proclamations laving the force of maniacs none has I-I. 6 ,0
    hold 8othe .
    tlpp
    law, which are and remain valid until LOVELL.t'AMON.D'. CYCLES. mii
    the hotels o 0
    the uibetlng of the'First Chamber, now big almost I II Solid Tires STRICTLY .Ho.' a D ladl s'Cushion Tires,. ==
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    when they are confirmed or disal $85.00 HIGH GRADE. > .-1'
    .... .
    without .
    lowed. This power, which obviouslyis salaries service of I, Ceshloa Tires, Ko. 4, CaiisrtililB! Solid Tires, 0 ZCD LJ

    ,open to tie greatest abno{ has '98.00 $S5.00 -" .

    'been, it Is assorted, ,much abused." been some reduced of the to a 3, Ladles Solid $81.00 Tins, ,.10. 4, C, ". Cailon: Tires .,.,,,' ,. 00

    receive no salary OUR 995.00N6 .. ..)> 'r-J
    Tim! r pd! growth of the .Untied O
    Tins .
    States mtpy DO Inferred from the fact confined to I botter :IxJ- tj

    that during the.part eight years the man,.woman'aud .AU ted machlnom2.deat -....,-.. -...:: 3:
    service ,., ,
    number of.rat-clau poitofllccs has in- slightest any price. B CJ) '

    erevwd from Illnet.otJht' to" 128; Barbers, janitors PAnTS ..P .

    second claw from 492 to' 692; third even cab men and [ a/LLin Bicycle CaW-oilla Frao. 0.n
    0
    class from 155S: to 2254 and fourth tipped. The able o .'.-

    claw from 45;780 to 61,353.: The big office: l a rt.Z% r sz ?3Z $85.00 ti .
    number of t iituney order-vfilces has i proportions that 11,<<' p
    credited with JTOHIV: 3?. LOVELL ARMS CO.,
    nearly doubted during the interval, lu- i ,
    .crcsaing'' from ,6857' to 10,775, and ten thousand I MANUFACTURERS, BOSTON, MASS ,i .
    1 i basso Is Dtxpi for or IM rtj'Itatrtiai OUI n*if Cini,!!!rt,tndm, ,SjorUog etdi tfill Uub,ICe c.
    free delivery offigt-s from 154 to 619, janitors of a) <<
    .
    .
    office buildings ,
    while the army of carriers) has grown --- ?

    from 5C3Q to 10,128. re.Mellcoaud ORPHEA MUSICU BOX
    ve Book stand 11 awd .AIIM AIM
    the owners of)the Stand, Sta. Bt ad' FI.....Bt.aa.1.. =. 1".r.aIUI InvrntUn la, 8 wtns Mp.iraThey I
    Fulur. Ubrarr. OOViM, nl.a.nrr and ;8
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    and a..t! Hard ., .rubtedHulchl a.
    W.6debe '
    la -- eweetrBii
    Sweden gtand behind no country, them keeps a ,11 ..undnl... lavW WdyhtU llbuKXUiK.are or sn the mo't .eo mplcta dun- 1
    az"t.hlx.lr. Pr.e..a. &CU.arw ble end perfect Muxical Box's -m* de-, and rub
    not oven tho Uuilcd States, acknowledge coachman scuds Utura Ka..IHI1 W..du,1o.al.. ao.tua. unmbt-T ta1* oi bo nbtiined for tlieo1 1

    the New York Recorder In every summer Ala eomil'etel'De of kit olhtr styles wd I
    eisea from Si oent4 so 18 do hats, The larg 1
    popular education. To this may perhaps for a steam yacht.The "WANT A AGON ? -- culitock in America, The m-.i 'l'prop1,11

    bq due the superiority( of the BRIGGS wedding anivTenary,, snd koUdtj Joro teIIl.
    VINDICATED.The No mnmcil. Box ,. ba ell twalviibout
    I ca. 01181' nttell w
    Swedish, from other European'conn. a singular comm Strong, durable stylish, u beautifully finished as modernized Case Against him for heresy Dismissed. .+d Cheat. p.teo ..1 la & 'l.rd and in Ito
    I manufacture Built honor U. 8. aeoeral ageftis tor Cone art eon OtnvItoller
    conditions of can produce. on by men of life .
    .
    tries The number of school childrenper I l ORHDV Bead stamp* for PiicfIiiH.U
    1000 inhabitant Is 140. Technical forded by the experience. Honesty Is_ our policy prompt shipment our A New York dispatch sis: The pre lBpr.Mete Tc which specialty. We want*to know you] Write us.- Costs you bytery, which was to try Professor OAVTSCKI dusts: ,
    iiiMlruutfoii. esjwcially of women,.is a : nothing. May lead to business by and by. Send for our ,, Charles B. Briggs, of the Union Theolo- Ion Chentnot St. PbU deliJ! :
    '
    great Ct lul''l'ho! difflcullles in the Emperor of catalogue. It is free to every reader of this paper. ffingbiraton I I laical seminary for heresy met We Iocs- S30ct; I. .
    of allot .attendance visit to Great day morning hi the Scotch Presbyterian
    way : : are very Wagon Co., Binghamton, N. Y. .
    visited no. I i church, with a large -aiteodance. Pro-
    great, not pair| )Uacause of the severe guest
    It BUILT For BUSINESS." i;. lessor Brings was present and p'eaded
    'centres. was
    norUiaru winter., but also !because the [ his owa cue One of the chief chirges
    after bnlkraat.: : against him was that he disputes the SpN'S
    pooftieljve) to a {arge extent on 'isolated ex.
    noon, and : .rae.t asoptloo of the Bible from error. TheM
    t..rfl" on'ltls journeys 1 I Ioa ended by the preabyterV dttmiu- 1& 11ridqore5trohe,-
    -- .
    ing .tho'furJte.. Ir. Briggs read
    _
    In Sweden jiliilanlhroiy| |ias seized was the order : his statement, in which1 he' objected
    !
    rpm (clIo IdI .ut* niivr M the vehicle UrltUh rltUi-MH te the ciurgn as lacking specificitions -

    of teaching !he, rliUdi-en the cleanll- couutiug-hou'e, nod va:ue. He said no man regretted

    n.... that I* _"JH to, godliness. The been of lithe or OUR, SILVER' QUEEN $6v U h riuoDjr more than ia the ha church.any disturbance lie de. ,

    chief perueIdel| school in Stockholmhas be drawn away possible a flret-ola. Buggy wtth SJlver-pl t.a Daah Rail, Seat clared his belt f la the Uible as the

    lutsgduced.wluter bathing a* a must be rigged Handles Hub Bands, and Shaft Tips, for above price? only rule of faith and UlUf. Dr. Yan- ;

    feature with, great caution'apparent diets, they must 9 dykes. U tnofing to dUoiiis the calC,
    0 gJ1= said he did so not in the interest of is the machine that
    lost Use Innovation excite mental ranks n I'I'gi
    ly, prejudice, ; Dr. Briggs, who had raid be wanted a THIS
    for tlio'roport says,that tho children march past as au s si 'v\M"jr 5ra R o-- !<:- ar trial but ia the interest of the pew used In the Office,

    are (giveu'a, ieath every three weeks. before they have ... ... (z) n ic purity and unity of tho church. ohirh Qurt-room. and forreporting
    : all the presbytery bad swuru to study
    Now that the W1ugls la running order, iou for our { "'Ii > 0
    lectures
    a hundred cUilJrau can Lo washed iu yet, comment : 0 z <: 0I> zax 'ljij sties Yana. ; and sermons..
    ;a w.a to fearf
    three hour Plug bon took readilyto server'this the 4( 0 While ita speed U greater than as?
    m -
    the aQhenw; Iho girls' for some quoted. propo 11:11I (11< 0 ; A. cablegram of \V odJaylrom Paris other known method U is so stapfc
    ::
    1&1 0 tI
    rt1UO',. did nut. Of 40 girls la one armament 0: z 'V '. X I'I Prance says: H ..,' storms accorapsa- that any intelligent person can gaia II
    :;) (/) :0 fed by UahllllDg have renewed their riolence speed of too or DOn words per tars
    class that anN *) IS"years of age, not come about I 1-0 ato
    D :: O ia the southwest departments off ute, ia Eve cr six weeks withoat the
    only lu bad ever known the luxury ofa peror* are ni.,rtal 1 (4() o :a: a I ranee. Snow has alien upon the mountains aid of aa instructor. Circulars tjdtestimooJUla
    8
    balk tit wiiitor. The tcaclierp report be an acc k ory 3 Ii. Jr lam 0 fa the Pyrenees; Orientalis and sent to all who meatier
    that tiiJeffocl tho beu'eficlal I many of the mountain slopts baring been '
    ou children is J\alU1luo lo r-r of all kinds of Vehicles.Addreaa this
    for our New 80 pace Catalogue undermined by excessive rainfall, and the paper.
    iu every way esclaly) slucq va'ue, however :,
    threatened dissstroui
    IudI
    I valleys are by E. T. FAYmE lJ3
    PIEECE
    they have got on :arms with the soa|>, play! that mates SOUTHERN BUGGY CO. I slides. An enormous amount of damage ] ,

    "bk'" at that then! were shy of. of our American OHIO U.S.A. hu been done to firm, lire stock and Sole Agent for U. S. and Canadaj,j
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    of securing conviction of 'any of the jl1nrqt18.: f:
    Theft is DO danger of alliaacemei doubtless be medal at tbe next General
    leaders will not be taken Into ,consldei "
    ALLIANCE TALKS. being declared' In 1882. The farmer, Assembly; Msnawhile' such lodges and CONVICTS FREED. Lion; The law passed by the 'general isembly I longoos-"' '

    have long since cut their wisdom teeth. county aosemblies will correspond silt at its recent extra I Finland' tiny ) i 1.'fhours

    and will demand of the party! that secures recilv with these headquarter, and alt! session on the subject '01 I
    THE MINERS GET IN THEIR ;
    their will be done to alt them that posaibl ,
    votes tangible evidence of-Its sin-
    NEWS OF THE ORDER FROM- cftity, and will longer' be, .deceive can be. The' ,General Assembly ....111 WORK ,AT BRICEVILLEBy stance interfering this]with That,convicts potions! is interferii in aub- The latest design for a whale back '

    ALL SECTIONS. by empty prom I.... We propose, if wi meet ia Indianapolis lad on the third with '.r releasing convicts In jails, pile- steamer !, modelled( upon an ld-tah- ';

    I .- an support honest the and Democratic fair fight, sad ticket hostages, to ban In council Tuesday of in the November.Farmers' Alliance The supreme and Iddustrlal Swooping Dews Upon the Stock on*, mines or elsewhere, shall be guilty lone clab ikat ,

    Items of Interest to Alliance Union will also meet In the ade and Liberating the Ocovpants. of a by imprisonment
    the shape of nominees for President and< in the penitentiary, the principals for not There I* a Chinese pot In.San Ffancliooj -
    VIcerPresident on whom we can raly, same city at the same time. This will A Knoxv'.r! : Teno., dispatch says with
    men Everywhere. tern than tbreo nor more than seven years. Cal. who hard at work t'tS
    This paper Is not nrglng you to,make a be one of the most notable gnthericga of At an early hour Friday night an attemptwas and the accessories for not less than three 1

    ', :- BKBt ia any party We only urge :you farmers the world has ever known, and mad to get through a business message not more than five years. About all that translation of Milton's'ParadlneLost" ,

    Raleigh' dispatch says: PiesVen to keep your eye net on the Ocala platform .. the world, especially our own country. to Briceville. There was no responte Cm be done is to prosecute the .leadeof t Into bit language., ,*, iy\ 4
    Polk of the Iliaocet left* Monday, fur ; and In 1893 battle for its just and is sven now looking to it with ,bated to the telegraphic signal. Then 'the mob under this statute but even that "
    Washington city, and will l,. busy h.eavs righteous demands at the ballot box. If breath There Is a general disposl:im tu. next! station and the next: was tried,, this would bare no result as, nobody Atoxlco has a rook series', AS a I

    ,"With"alliance works getting ever)'" we art living then, we'll be with you on the part of all farm and labor organi Until at last Clinton responded.. The could be found to against them, Weather prophet by changing ,color

    thing in readiness for for meeting of the ,heart and soul. The old Democratic tat Ions to work together In p ifec. operator there was asked what was the and there is amp testify over the state with 'ppro.cblnifehalll fn the

    national alliance, at lodianapolia, No leaden can't ram Drover Cleveland Wall harmony, which bodes well to the in '' matter lIe looked out 10 the directionof with the'miners in their determination I to weather every

    ember, 17th. street down-us with a' forty-foot pole, dustrlal interests of the nation Brlceville. and at once replied t "I set resist an odious''law.: '' ,

    propelled by a steam engine. We are for ) a great light, is of an Immense Are!; reflected ... A shoemaker at Manchester, N. H.,

    The Alliance Advocate (Risoo. Ark.,]) the Ocala platform first, lust and all the THE DOORS CLOSED. lathe sky. The wire to Brlce- "Itar.ld" has order for of ah'ocs! ,which
    says. "If the Farmers' Al.iai.ce had collapsed time, and you needn't talk anything ela ville Is cut and I can't call it up.'* an ft pair .

    half as often u its newspaper op to us. This is a. :year of education,, Maverick National-Bank at Bostoi At once the suspicion arose, a moment A novel about to be issued by the are t bo twenty-one inchc long and! : ;

    ponehU hate given out news to that effect brethren. Keep your eyes wide Open Falls for Two Millions. later to be strengthened into convictionthe Globe nbH9hina Company of New Yorl eight inches across the bal of the foots x

    it would long ago, have been forgotten saw woods, and say nothing. national bank miners had cut the wires and taken is, in point of plot and motive,one of the for North,Carolina ,
    The Maverick at Boston,. They are ft clergy ,
    ; but, irmte 4 of bring forgotten, Intense excitement prevail R
    Mass. closed its doors Mondny. The possession. moat remarkable books of the year. J It..
    ft Is being rcmembt red in a very lively The-"OcataDtndlt l is the name of t ed. A telegram from Clinton read!t
    Inaccuracies ot
    estimated of contains several minor
    losses at two I
    way, and tbe remembrance promises to Alliance at Colfax.La. are upwards "Three thousand miners had gathered man.Tho
    new published '
    world idA
    paper
    ; largest meter In the
    million dollars, which wipe out the reported statement, and the style of the book. : gas ,
    become even livelier as the presidential! In bia salutatory the editor quotes the undivided around among the hills during the day.
    contest approaches. Ocala demands and says: "We invite surplus and profits ol As darkness came An they gathered in taken na a whole, is singularly uneven, belongs to the South Metropolitan Gns

    tho'. dignified discussion of the great prlnci! all 11,000.000 of tbe 100, tbe capital cent of assessment 400,000 that and little parties, these parties joining each but,in spiteof those defects, "Harold"t.I i :. Company of Salisbury, nriAUt It j fir

    The action of Georgia legislature pies of our creed and will t l\t.U opw| the shareholders per be called to other, until four parties were formed. likely to create a ripple in literary cli'- is about S56 feet f in diameter al\l U I I
    la adopting the Ocala resolution docs not vents with fairness and courtesy. We may upon As by a preconcerted signal they closed' cles both here and'abroad.
    ol }
    contribute. But as nearly a capable cubic
    majority of toot
    holding
    commit that body or the Democratic will hold the virulent, malignant villlfl. in upoti the camp. 8,000,000 F t
    President number of American
    the shares were owned by Potter In years post a
    party to, the doctrines, ol the ana profession "mud slftager in supreme some of which he had pledged witha They were! halted by a guard, but he writer foremost among thorn being of gas. ,

    Ocala platform. It simply calls upon contempt. Wn shall endeavor to savings bank, etc., it is doubtful if the was" quickly silenced by the command Judge Tourgee hare penned novels denl Two Florida men killed an alligator '
    the senators and representatives of Georgia direct the minds of readers to the .
    our
    assessments be 'collect d. Dn- "There are 0.000 of us here. We hare lug with, the race question "llaroldla )
    can -
    fn congress to "secure legiaation pursuit of objects worthy of the dignity lull wsitors;however should lone only a come for business. Call out your boss at a book bT this order. and loft I upon the bank Returning t
    which will correct the eviis: complained of rational natures and to awaken within [ believer in tho orjrnnt
    fraction of their deposits. The irregularities once and let us settle this affair. By Inijro) Bright n loon after they fon4 )6 alligator ,
    of" by the Alliance at its Ocala convention. them a desire for better ,>rtunltlct.. ef all African
    opp of the Maverick bank extend this time there were a number of the officers equality men, pnicnres au around their dead companion and
    It is not an indorsement of any Believing; that the old political 1 organize of the on hand. They 'Were nt-gms ;Just previous to her period of ,
    camp :
    specific plan of relief.As ., tions have served their day of usefulness, back over a period associated of more banks than relieved twoyearl. disposed to resist The discharge of a confinement takes her to England and lon they carried Llm Into the water
    The
    .. and that they have become tntircly! oblivious thousand shots in the air convinced them brings her offspring up amid I\01'IIonai and some distance from (he shore .
    educational the the! depositors to some extent bv advance luxury and refinement.<< It Is fnteMSt-
    an organization Alliance to the wants of tho people,
    snrpases that of any this country the Ocala Demand will advoCate ing on their clsimi, which action, it is' that the call was scriouv The messen lUll to read 'of the details of llarold'i A babo born recently at Waterbury,

    has ever known. Men who were totally the cause of the People Party and laid, will avert any disastrous tllocts. ger minute blew a policeman's in whistle double; and, in a Iningingup. of his meeting with his ,Conn., weight lest'than two pounds'
    President Potter made an assignment 'coming at a -qulck, first white playmate,of his white scr
    ignorant on public questions are now enlightened all lovers of reform to rally to and
    and familiar with them. urge upon Louisiana 01 his individual estate to Postmaster thoio were in sight hundreds of brawny rants and of his intellectual anti moral When born it weighed one pound
    our We will the
    flag. oppose detcrmined-looking men. Not a wnrddid But hit to Its U that of .
    Should such Thomas V. Hart and HlloryD. Ilydo. It independence awakening a two ounces length a
    abused and
    organization -be lottery nil other monopolies in the
    him they say, but they had their Winchester of the inferiority which accoinrwuipa 4
    estimated the sense
    la that
    for the it has done in the believe property cost common lend pencil. The t<
    > good way of conntry. We the Lafayette e1'M,
    rifles in readiness Reluctantly a black ,skin naturallyv ensued:
    150000.( Ho has also, a heavy
    disseminating information and allaying combine a nefarious effort to destroy tbs life insurance, the aggregate very amount of the, officers stepped out of the way. It cornea in all the horror ,of, insult nJIrgraUittou last' accounts, was In perfect lalh
    prejudice and bickerings It should receive policy and of the Farmers'AlIIanlle -
    power which is raid to be In the iieighborhood The liberators came from errry direction when he cncount n Virrluian ilcanty"! '
    the encouragement and support of in the State of Louisiana, and hundred thousand dollars. Outside and, assembled in force,' marched abroiul. Harold, thereupon,. Theo, I MI "Ohio cherry
    five
    all fairminded, liberal and honest men in will urge the people to keep themselves of on the stockade. Their first act was to throes up his fortune and sails for tree lu tho old Ba sfonorchard InDrown' ')
    every section of the countr1.-Ex. aloof from all such cunning devices tbe'enemy I (>f his Coba Sft property, his bonds and America, where he spends several -
    the yuan Cal: which bears
    it known blow up magazine the uprights of Valley, ,
    its pictures; is not that Potter .
    ,
    of our order.' We ask the counsel in vain endeavor to free himself and his
    settled ias in addition to his in* be stockade were knocked oIL Then from' 11,000 to 13,000 ponnds of frail
    The matter Is now beyond a and advice of all friends friendly to our any property race from metal bondage. He acts the
    doubt, and the Kansas Farmers' Alliance cause: and will endeavor to the best of vestments ana Ipecul"tlve'lecuritlea 1 began a scene which beggars descrlp '>urt Of a hero on several occasions, but every yean Tho trcoit so largo that' i
    ion. The 150 convicts, who bad been
    will become of tbe National tomake Ocala demand The Boston banks have voted to assess x'comlnx; gradually embittered' by love '
    a part Union our. ability tho. has lobe bum around ''
    Company. Kansas City will be the diltributing serve the of Its mission. themselves 8 pe* t-ent. of the amount of. awakened by the shots for were terrorized. ttfnira and politics turns felon and idtoinprlkd a scaffolding i'
    and all will purpose their loans; This will raise about four ,They were screaming mercy fearing to flee the Harold 10 that Ibo chortle can be picked. '
    bo
    purchased direct point, from the good In the,first issue of. the Johnson olllion dollars for the loan to the : hat the mob intended to kill them. The returns to :Africa and barbarism, w,ltua students
    manufacturers. County Eton
    The at College England -
    ; ,
    miners closed in within circle of about
    a to the worM and the,volume
    laverick bank 1\ letter -
    C ) depositors ,
    The National Union Company i* an ,outgrowth Union (Warrensburg, :M<>.) a atauoch Aliance ,
    one hundred feet from the stockade. A closes with K Teunysoniun PAHSxe at length number, lOQo. It ,,hailong ,
    of the Ocala platform. President paper appears tho following: rOTTEU ARHESTBD.:
    detail was sent in, and ,the work of ;-
    Biddle ass elected to succeed McQrath "We are now approaching one of these A later .: Asa P. Potter, boon tho ambition thp headmasters
    'l'hl're'tbe Ml0IVI
    breaking the alifcckles began. As fast as 1Il\ cramped no longer,
    in the presidency. Resolutions were of- periods of reform, but a reform of differ. president, and Colonel Jonas II. Frenon hey were freed they were told in no uo- shall liavo ncopo and bl'tl/ tbln"pICe.. to see ,UiU ,number ,rcuolwd,

    fered and unanimously adopted express eat character from any which have pre' and Thomas Dana, d.rectors of the certain language, to get out and it isicedlcss 1 will take Home savage' 'woman..he Hlmllrear bat l U was ,only last month tat the tadmission
    ing unqualified confidence in the retiring ceded it. All previous reforms or revolutions Maverick National. bank, were arrested : ; my lanky race. ; .
    president, )McGrath. have: had for their object civil o' vtho United States murxhnl Monday" : to say, they skipped, out with Thin. tells, in ft general way, the story of a'ntw student raised ,the
    There large of I
    ..e religions change*. The one at hand i ineltner 11 night.. The warrants, it h,understoodcharge citizen lacrity. clothes was a which quantity of of"Harold. But about the movements number to 1000, ,to the great delight y
    near by, many of the black man the author of "Ual'old"hll8
    The Alllancea in''North and South religious nor easontraHy political tbem''wltb embezzlement and of Dr.Wone.'
    them donned. When last
    Dakota well The order Its leaders through the the the prisoner spun a delightful web of fancy,nndateitiperwd
    are doing 1 hll pressor On rostrum Violation of the United Siatos banking
    done great good in these states, III are not fulminating denunciations laws, which foi bid loan by a nation n; was free the torch was applied to- the his chronicles with deft In all Napoloon had 10 horses killed
    stockade, which, with tho exception ol human touches, which makes the sad
    thousands outside the membership bear< against religious doctrines or civil institutions bank to single individual amounting under hint tfrom Arcola to ,Waterloo t
    any
    tie norm wall and the rifle! pit, was reduced figure of the chief persohage seem all
    willing testimony These two statCl but against! -pOwer' which[ ha to more than 10 per cent of its capital to ashes. Ten etght room houses tile more real and probable. Marshal'\'Blucher, claimed to.baT lost
    han been fortunate in their selection of never been disturbed by social 'convul- stock. 'It Is said Potter owe the bank and hall Inside of the The piece of folklore entitled, "The
    officers and have the benefit of alone in the yet si, far more a large dining enclosure < ho same number In his campaigns! and
    reaped put power 1,200000; French 800,000, and Dim went in the general conflagration.At Story ,of Messiah. 'aPP<<'n1red to 'One ofthe
    an able press. There Is a unity of feeling potent for weal or woe than"government $400 000. The Boston' and Maine railway -. the lower end of the Coal Creek chapters is a gem iu its way "Har- General Forrest Of, I the ,,Confederate'

    and action throughout tho order. Taken itstlf. It lathe power of money which had (400,000 on deposit! at,the. tlmi .tockade'th. office building was: burned old",Is \llIti.negro in tone. army, according to Mr. Lawloy had
    as a whole the order In these states is a Is to-day brought before the bar :of tbe'f.lll1r ,' r .

    source of gratiflcatioa! to all,who believe of,civilization for trial. la. religion .w< .. aDd The ,interior the' guard of "shacks":the demolished. I no .than 80 horses shot uudor -htm '
    In the final triumph of the principles have reached mutual tolerance, ia government convicts ,,dining ANEW'' ASSOCIATION. luring \heCltil War.ll1tsforluuefollowe. "

    ,the Alliance. Many staunch supporters we bar? reached chit 'equality j; MORE, CONVICTS LIBERATED.The .; hIlt sleeping room hospital ward andJtltchen ....- f' I H
    of the order have been developed in these bntlnanclally hare permitted a monster + '. I ,' -, were filled with broken furnltiir For fee Gstlerl..f JTewi' ,Thro.,". ho( ,dlaintegra-, ,
    (states and roam' .; shattered glass and queansware.Th Great Eastern down to her small .4 y
    the work of education ia beiug to at large devouring our Brfcevllle Escapade Ue Enacted at 'ont the Sontlu ting
    store of the warden Jack >
    rigorously carried The Dakotan home, beggaring our, families and destroying Chnmley, fir '
    on. I of her
    Oliver eel parts., Lately.while one great
    able and willing to stand in the front our liberty It Is this monster Spring was, rifled, and ,about fifteen hundred A number of, the leading newspapermen ?

    leaks, ,and bear 'the.heat and burden that the masse are rising to bridle and Another dlapatch, from Knoxvllle, dollars' worth of goods taken and de in business Virginia, North C.r. addlesUafls was belortfghtore'ddownie #

    of tbe conflict tame. The central questions with these Tenn., says: At 1 o'clock Monday morning stroyed. ,. Una, South Carolina Georgia. Florida Mersey the 'wash of a posting

    ..., masses to-day are: Shall man or the dollar I 200 mounted men came in from the ARorniut ACCOUNT, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana," and learner upset the lighter, entf the
    The Alliance In Alabama 1* progressing! rule this country, Again; Is man mountains and liberated 200 convicts The citizens in Brlcvelllo began to bear Tennessee met Friday In N.",. York city, ;

    fine] The character of the opposition created to Ie"e..the dollar, or is the working In the mines at Oliver Spring. squads of men passing through the place at i the Ai tor house, and organized tbeSouthern' crew clamored aboard another boat,

    has teen such as to make unity and per. dollar made for the use of man? And Bo quietly was it done that the people in on their way to the, stockades between .Associated Press nn '. buslneisiterprbe. the shaft sank to, the river's, ,.bottom., k

    alstency necessary to success. The bret secondary to these questions comes another tbe town knew nothing about what had eight and nine o'clock Friday night A largo amount of capital The'ralne of picturesque apparel for "

    ten have realized this fact, and right .. Lour government instituted for happened until 0 o'clock In the !! This was kept up for nearly! an hour. It wu subscribed. Ibe association: is to

    ,nobly have they come up to the mark. the protection of the dollar or for the when they discovered that the stockade was about 9:80 o'clock when ,JOG men commence at once the gathering of news a travelling preacher Is highly apcolaled '

    The ordcf in that State has always enjoyed promotion of the general welfare f of the breast wu a mass of smoking ruins. descended Walden'a ridge, Approaching throughout the country, and to supply by. JObannO Gutlxelt t ,,who

    the benefits which C"me from excellent! .% All of the short term prisoners were furnished ton stockade from the east. They called theIr reports' 'to newspapers and news I. making so many: convert Jit'o.r

    fttate officers, supported by an able and war is rrl with citiiens' clothing, and with upon Warden Cross to deliver them the gsnlzatlons.. It will be a name ssstv '

    fearless press. President Adams It all Why is it that opposition to reform the exception of a few captured, all are keys Of the prison. While this wu going clatIon. The following 0111.cera manr. Ho wears a 'chapel of green

    that could be asked and the State organ, must use as a.weapon malignity and false now at large. This makes.more ban five on, the magazine was blown up, and were' elected i President, Evan P. Je.ve up'ouhls hoad.tronscrS ef:white

    the Alliance Herald, is one of the beat representational Why not lay down hundred penitentiary convicts turned the stockade surrounded by 2,600! men Uow.Il, of Atlanta, OB.J i secretary antt wool, and a loose gown'',of ire' .ame''
    loose in that locality since Friday even- Cross the and when manager, Adolph 8. Oths; of ctatUoga .
    Alliance
    papers published. In fact the some solid principle, some platform gave up keys, the held in place:about bUwaist
    Ing. It that T nn. director.,' W.W. Screws paterlal,
    brethren of Alabama are having an era and stand out boldly that and fight was generally reported the 141 ,vonviets were released they assistedin ; ,
    of prosperity, and they have earned; It. with whatever array of upon argument it can force of guards at Oliver had had been burning sod destroying the property 01 Montgomery, Ala t J. H. E.tlll, of b, a girdle. *

    4 With every one working in harmony and find based on truth. Why Is it that they largely, increased and that an attack TO THE CHIWI.KT Mini. Savannah, Oa. | George Nicholson, ofN.w The recent hanging of Boudlnotumptou '
    tbe stockades would be Orlean_ La.1 J C. flemphill, of
    upon stoutly re- j
    an intelligent press; nothing short of thi select the leaden of reform '
    condition could we 1 be expected. movement and a party them or a the dated It does not appear, however The sttackUgjarty: then moved on arleston, 8. O.j; Bran P, Howeil. 'ofAtlanta ou the old gallowsin} \ &eUnlod #

    .. highest point of placing Send on missile that there wa any resistance at all, and the Chumley or Coal Creek stockade.snd Ga. ; T. T. Btotktojr, of J ck- Slates Joy l U| yard at Fort .Smith, ,
    opposition.

    a halt was made near there. f
    hurt. Twenty. lOalI1o Flu W P. of
    no one was pli-ckard,,
    The Living Truth (Georgians Ala.says .) of all the false accusation and Ark.
    rumors five men were sent forward to demand All. .thq: eeventy.eeeonl e.eu.UOD .
    Birmingham Adolph 8. Ocbs of
    ,
    "One of the chief MAT VISIT HASOTILLK. l
    benefits
    : that will that can gathered from the
    par. the surrender of the convict; The of the
    men Chattanooga Tenn. C. O. D. CowlrdlDo. death-penalty on
    be afforded by the sub-treasury flexible tie who make It their bust- It la fsarred by some that the feeling kept continuous from their I recelftdmlU1 tbttIcalold
    volleys
    currency will consist in Its ability to defeat ness to defame public character against the lease system among the ml- Winchesters.np Uichmoad. Vs. Thur. were since the first dar of January,
    Only one guard was on .
    o a contraction of the regular ciroulatIng and to manufacture false record nee, which growing so rapidly, will July, and be
    ,1 medium by those who would profit to pander to popular favor or Ia tbe tot be tatiioed until the convict miners' convicts were told to go; and many of the movement newspapers and ezpresnngapproval In federal courts' for crime corn.mated .
    by it, in a fictitious addition to the purchasing hope of reward by getting a finger into are driven out of every branch prison ia PI them u at Bricovllle clti- promising
    were given it their Astir de OB theIndian.
    support. arranging belonging
    power of the almighty dollar the pie of the capitalist exchequer, or to the state.: Indeed a few prominent clothe ten's clothes. When the convicts went tails sor the transaction of business,the .. territory \. '
    Without this the money kings could end gala an entrance into favor hoping for bare expressed fear that the main liberated they plundered Chnmlev's store itlng adjourned.NO .
    wouro, a' the 11gbt time, can IB ill the* the appointment to public office. Belf prison at Nithrilt ie I not certainly! secure aDd> destroyed the stockade furniture { .1/

    money they could control, lock it up aggrandizement instead of national or from attack. There is considerable The office building was accldtntly Unique,ConrUhp.lere / .

    and in this way throw down prices and political benefit, favor to the few Insteadof uneasiness manifested a* aa attack on the Ire by the overturning of a stove. The on Is ft romantic anccdp'tlff abool

    fix their own rates pn money. With the relief for the many. Why Is it that prison, togeth/r with a preconcerted mob then descended to the valley, where BELIEF Louisa Aloott'i father an4.mother. t
    aub-treasury la force they would be pow self *o often shake the wavering bat' love of the convict, would make very set off several dynamite bombs and A 1
    erleu to do this,' and would not attempt lancet Is there ao end to malignity no serious busioei. u the prison U crowded fire a small cannon they had with them., prom the Kasslaa GoTsrnaieat to ai0 I ayoull man, Mr. Afcotl.1 the ,. rl

    it. Hencethegeneralrlrculatiognfedrum voice that can cry out "thus farand no and the force of guard not Urge. '-1 be racket occasioned three Uxcbsrge AL... Starring Peasant. goes.wa amaouenil or secretary t

    would remain out in the ordinary are- farther shalt P" Must ita foul wi- .. together with tbi explosion o y A London caklrgraiq of 'fu.dllayj t Mr*. Alcott's father. The two young

    ones of trade, and the periodical atria i ten flood our land sweeping over the the ammunition stored at the Bricovlll The Daily Jftvi learns that the tussle people met often and naturally fell la

    gency would not be felt whenever Wall purest and most patriotic with ita mader- TO GENERAL WICKHAM stockade, which the fire touched ot government has rejected the petition o.f:
    lore with other.Aacott'e
    street saw proper to tighten the purse: ing roaM No the end 1* at hand thdove created the imprIon 'among 'non a deputation of.the richest Moscow met each S

    strings of the nation. It would forever ha* returned with the olive branch, A Bronze Statue Is Unveiled at Kiel ticipant that a small war we. fa progrel par chants for permission to form a. society octal position 'and ,prospect 'being R Rsomewhat

    break the grip of Wall street on the and the green mountain of hope Is 1visw. mend, Ta. This, however wu not tbe case, u there for the relief of victims of the famls uncertain at Uia| \\\p,

    financial: situation and, knowing this, .-Alliance Farmer (Atlanta, Ga.) A Richmond The clt not shot fired stricken districts. The society wu h
    dispatch say: ) was a slog at any mas or did not feel justified 'fa. asking this
    they employ every possible agency, fair ."* wu filled Thursday morning with sny personal violence banked by an Immense amount
    foul and malicious to ita minister "e .borQ and talented
    accomplish Toss P. x. s. A. stranger. Including confederate veteran TJT. courier w 04.... and a boat of volunteers. The rOUD&woman i
    defeat.
    The general secretary of the Farmln' sad military organization* from various Saturday found the woods of the Interior, la declining the propoaltioo. to marry him lid baU,. gave vp his

    J; .The.Torch of liberty, (Mound City Mutual Benefit Association has issued a i portion of the state, drawn together to< ana railroad tracks around the two aDd stock fields dsclaied that anybody attempting position,and they parted with 10 confessions .
    to visit district where famine
    circular letter to aasembllee. Tb< unit ia the demonstration in honor of a prevailsfor .
    )lOo.) "If the will country ads generously strewn with the l On either side. It WM agreed
    says : government striped ,
    such oblsct tint, dtscribedwould
    circular ia a very lengthy one, and coven'the Brigadier General William Carter Wick any as ,
    = give the people $30 per capita of actual suit ef the released convict. Convict however that each ..hoalk
    subject thoroughly. Among other ham, a bronze states of whom was na be arrested. The emigration so p.
    circulating fiat money-money that the things the secretary says: "The F. It veiled at noon. After an imposing mill lit gang aIL'of ten the sad twenties were wandering ellty baa prohibited the organization 01 journal, and, bat then jour,
    law shall be receivable for over
    says all B. A., working in conjunction with the lazy parade. Boa. Joha Callahan aanonnccd !! surrounding country.BberUI relief committees'certain points. Tide DsJs should be
    debts, public and private, including Import Alliance, has saved the farmers million Governor UcKiaUy a* the pre Rutherford and deputies, ofAnderson. is suppOMd to be due to eTfear that reliance exchangedonce

    ; duties and the interest and principal of dollars dnnng the past year ia the tiding officer, Hon Job Callahan pre coontv, were busy all day upon government relief will have In 1 q"o. Titus matters' went '

    of the, government debt-of gold, matter of buying and selling. Ia the seated the statue to the city of Richmond sheriff S.tur.br wired recapturing Governor convict, and the ft bad moral effect oa the peasant, who on for some, time; be, mi willing to.

    - silver and treasury paper money and grata trade alone, it is estimated that Dot sad Mayor EUysoa accepted It) Buchanan that hi will decline to work On relief railways ask so much and offer little Abe
    aud Will about full ;
    J.U ,
    PM enforce a law that will forever less than a hundred million dollar ban oa behalf of the city. The and road. while the ready caah of the 1
    prevent"gambler and speculators 'VorBenfig been saved to the farmer through the statue was then unveiled by William The president of the Teao..*. Co-i isod famine fund Is procurable _mll'1 give all .J"d eLaflu u. I.r rwoiuan's

    # folding, and thereby fixing the instrumentality of organization-dollars Carter Wick ham Iteuhaw, a grandson of Kiaiag Company atrack.d who stockade ---- necessity, of shout
    the first kepul&
    of farm wu liked what
    was
    price products, there will be that otherwise would have to fill the the gtaeral. Judge B, W. Lacy, of the At
    gone one day
    he tongtlj. ; he
    11 do. He COLD ON 'hie '
    no use of, or demand for, the IU -tre... coffers of the middle court introduced General FlU proposed says matters were THE CONTINENT. reaiJ
    warehouse But already plethoric supreme 10 such shaptf at present he could: glrno journal lie bad sent her,
    fury plaa. neither of the cants
    Much has who delivered the oration. At thr b
    sad L"
    grain specaUton. ,
    men deflait.
    Information
    old street parties the are English Billing to'do that. Walt been saved through our exchanges ie the conclusion of the oration a military aa> would bold the state,to bat it*he con thought tract Tb be The Seasoa .Early tad !, Uses.sail i across'A few sentences 'In wld1

    OWN,and coatrels money elevator power that purchase of supplies; 'and arrangement late was fired. Th t.roaaellgun Is.eva excitement ha considerably abated. Berere. Lin te at Us love and, UB ,
    our
    railroads and minions of capital Ia system othersyndicate 00 a grander acale and more perfect all feet high. It represent General Wick A WaakilUe dispatch| 1&".: Ooveroor A London cablegram of Monday says and .oO.ret what *h i o.aw t'
    : for lUll ham in fall a brigadier genera'of
    uniform
    now being completed greater Buchanaa sad the state board The winter
    of season U la
    and monopolies in this county If of booted aDd The prison comawacJn ll h.b h ever p/esnine ia U
    iathia.direction. our cavalry, sparred. pedestal
    work any Inspectors bold an Informs foresee !Europe with fuuMal
    con sevtrity. ;
    will not d- Englall
    them ta
    it.
    permit > This 'The
    nwBTe
    1 nine and fet bead la +
    r vicious foreign has membtr or lodge have failed to share ef granite a ail, day &t\U'ilr eoBsiderioir the Brice- has bees vis ted bt abprp frosts mnle ,
    we paver bare had porchaaed for it these benefit! it t* not the fault of theorganization high. Oa the obverse of th* die 1* the viile outbreak but arrived at no dull .Kd.dUTeh trout VurawQCei .critical one 4uc{ btr.yltieoott
    every thirty
    coogret but because<< they ben not iMcripUoa: "Wkkbam, soldier, statesman loa u to what to da The been '
    and even honest old Abe Lincoln problem is. a snowfall and equal! U. fiafcu K sVuJeklya4
    years friend. Presented to the t
    tbcouelve In communication patriot, be d.grej.
    properly pleased knotty on* Adjutant Gener.t Xoruuawya tbemometer is 7 below frees.leg. .
    wu aot able to prevail agtiaat it.amidst aDd made of Richmond by hi comrade la the clearly she wrote $iufcruc iln
    with these agencies.. city of the affair: "The eoavfct Dave Advises from Green slate that &
    the scent of a civil.war. the becessarr local arrangements. Adequate confederate army and employee of the been ,..leucd.ad: are scattered to the tl1nf.ta e< via Levi fallen through. "Supposing you sstber'god find out fIt

    provision baa not been nude for Cheapeake aad Ohio railway." Qa the four wiad, sod the mob ha u& that aid tW
    The Southern Alliance Farmer AUlaate dispersed country, that there tar said JoarnV 1. UU
    ( "William 1
    the of lodge aDd eouatyasaerabli reverse I* the name, Carter w i home Of Lura b'f .
    representation jwilr course we want Ie heavy uowlal'e fa: he mountainit
    discusses Alliance sad art l .
    Ga. the
    ) with the date of lIirth&Ad eAIcotffa'iBlly.-rArgo.
    < ** where there are, as yet, DO Wlckbaa, vindicate tbe J.w. but tbe question 1* I .ttricta. wbicb .re uapreqojcAte al lnt
    parties as: follows j state aaauublies, bat such provision will death bow So p about It. The Improbability till I periOlS CIt the Jeer pnt .<




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    'EAST COAST ADVOCATE, .
    fAltElt PKrrcRABft, president; 'W. B. D BAXHKTT Vlce-Presldeut;
    EAST COAST ADYOCWE. 4VZSXLT has claimed time and again; and, if aid 'the other The hew (tee',factory Willitim Put; b"Dra.Vtna.n. .

    it will pay to manufacture the cub expects : to depend largely .
    itanco from cbe and oak bark the of Canaveral its INDIANmirST
    D..OTEt'O TH. DITKLonrart nut upon bight Hauling done at reasonable rate At- TE BANE
    jovaftat.or tn:&nnnxs a.Tn AHBLAKB In Knoxtlile, there is no,reason supply of ash Without the new tends all departing, and meet all irrirlbders .

    WORTH WOTlOKi.OBABAM v 'why'som& of our own citizens may Steamboat ,Company, it would be Ing trains. ,
    not become rich and add to the unable to avail itself of this source. left with G. B. Rnmph or at (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.:)

    TTAITOX, Froprs. prosperity of this community by .,The needs of ,the lice factory will ADVOCATE attention. office will receive prompt Authorized capital, $100,0001

    ---=- putting up a factory of this kind Furnish at once to the Steamboat Paid up capital, $26,000

    C wee: Washington Avenue, Tltn.vlUe, In Titosville, and manufacture Company a, paying business in the N.A."C': l.A.N"S "--.J" C I Average deposits $140,0001
    ,
    Indian River, Florida.' tarinle acid from the palmetto root. transporting of fish here from Can NEWSPAPER WrTransacts

    averal to Canaveral terminus. '

    JCDOK YOTJMO of the Circuit SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY, : a, General Bankin g
    Ix last issue stated
    nmLtsnED: EVIBY )'BtoAT. Court in St., Johns county, last OCR we on The Pioneer Agency.For .

    week administered a scathing rebuke what We supposed was good author'ity terms and sample copies address Business,
    that understood J. W. _
    we Rog.
    Buckner C. H. NAUMAN,
    )Mend at the Titn"Tiil jT tefalce u 8 condt and Attorney to County Bude7.Judge It appears ers had withdrawn from the'contest Trrrsvn.tE, Brevard county, Fla. Largest and Oldest Bank on (the KiraDIRECTOItt
    ClaM JoaIl for Clerk and Treasurer. We ---.t
    these gentlemen were guilty con'duct
    of
    -- had our information from :Mr.
    unbecoming to their office. Jno McAllister JAS.r rroHAm>,W.B.B AKVKTT
    Archibald who understood I (TreMcW
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    Jmftur,.-............u.. WALTS 8, OUIl.1f.t&.Ed1tor \.. In a,certain sense they were, guiltyof we of the National Bank of Jacksonville J H
    gained his knowledge from S. H. buBKKB (VIce-PreMdent National Bank of
    ,, A Man.pr.c. H.WALras. compounding a criminal offense.It Contractor for TacksonTllle'W. 8. OBABAM and W. 11.
    : who intimate ,
    seems that when an individual Ray, being on terms t fI Brows.
    .
    t
    ------ with Rogers, we supposed the report 'CORB't8POND'ltNT8.
    'h would be arrested on a criminal Artesian Wells Seaboard National Bank of New York and
    b..labl'ln Advance, coming from him was correct. -y National Bank of Jacksonville.
    TERMS, charge, these officers ,of the court I jo

    ff Check, postal Order,'or One and Two Cent would ,allow the accused to make The day following the publication, a ).2 Eau Gallic TITUSVILJJE: ; FLT,
    FoIItage stamps. ', we were interviewed by the candidate ; Fla
    some satisfactory money compro referred to who intimated in
    ,
    ".d/neYet Months.? .........h..-.'..............*".fl 11.60stMonths .'..JOThree !] mise claimed with as a their defense'victim.that in They most an offensive, and threatening man LA RUE P ELY,' J. S. WATSON <& 'CO.

    Vop1\,.".. ner that the statement was a pure ,
    Batfo of the the evidence not
    BBC to any Address In U. 8.or Canada,Prepaid cases was invention of our part, and pub REAL ESTATE, FIRE, LIFE AND
    enough warrant conviction,and ACCIDENT INSURANCE.
    lished for the purpose of injuring COMMISSION AND
    ADVERTISING :BATES that their course was taken for Notary Public for the State at Large. .
    his chances for success. We disclaimed
    the purpose''' of saving the,State Full Information ai to Government and State
    PM VCAB. such Intention and Jande.
    any FORWARDING MERCHANTS.DEALERS
    and The conductof MELBOURNE, FLA. I
    county .
    One inch. .....................it0s0 expense.must least gave our authority for the'state- ,
    .. 16.00Threetnah Judge Young at commend
    .
    ....... :.. 20.00 ment, at the same time stating thatwe "
    the approval of all good cIt. ? 'V. R.ogers IN FERTILIZERS
    ... ,
    }oat loch,.. ...... 2600Fhr would not knowingly do any ,
    ...... izens. We admire the who
    Inch or QuA erCOI" M M Judge DEALER IN CLOTHING: ,
    We confidentour

    Half Whole Column Column,.,............100.00 MOO will the let neck the ax it may fall strike.without regardto one an readers injury.would not are believe:us Gents. Famishing Goods Shoes Eats Orange box & crate material orange wraps

    Vbr 81 I1 Months,divide the yearly rate by two' guilty of misrepresenting the post Caps Umbrellas Trunks ValIses ..A.11 iiiclet: of Gordon Seeds,

    a.dadd 10 per cent JOHN G. CnaisTornEE, of Jacksonville Lion of any one intentionally, or ,

    Put Three Konthi, divide the yearly. rate'by who has returned from that we are capable'of publishing FINE house CIGARS, Etc. Lime, cement, plaster and plaster hair.We .
    fMrand add 20 per cent. New York have the n'ew anything know to be,maliciousor The only in town making a specialty
    expects.to false. The report came toll of Gents. Furnishing Goods. are Headquarters for these Goods,.and will not be undersold.
    Ten Cents Per Line line of steamers which is to ply
    Feat AdrertltemenU mo'. Drop in and examine my stock, and
    and we did not doubt it for a
    Ben Insertion.
    between and New
    Jacksonville compare prices. Cash customers command
    NcI Reading Matter, not In Local Sews" York in the fruit and, lumber trade, In addition to hearing itfrom, Mr! every consideration -competitors We are State Agents for THOMPSON: A EDWARDS FERTILIZING'CO.., of

    damns,Tire Cents Per Line Each In enlon. in operation by Jan. 1st. We have Archibald, we heard it from no less claim to confer. Chicago, and I can sell at Jacksonville prices.

    Rates.AH learned' the the than a dozen people on the street, Call when convenient. First door to before orders elsewhere.
    ZegaAderUsemente; at Legal not yet name of i, It will pay you see us placing your '
    who still Contend that that course south of ADvocATE office i i ,
    steamer which will be 200 feet "
    the above.rites, are for one edition per long
    had been decided and would
    .ear. and nearly 10,000 tons capacity, if upon '

    Kf UerehanU and all other to whom we are the Times-Union,report is correct. have had been allowed carried out his if, name Mr. Feaster to be- DIXON & GRAY, T.. MURPHY
    their bluepatriot We think there be mistake
    Mfcbted will oblige at by presenting! must some Dealer in ,
    month for prompt settlement. used. We repeat, that 'we would
    will
    even about this.. :The vessel
    -
    not knowingly do any one an injustice Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet
    have for
    a capacity carrying 20,000 I
    'speed r-Bill lIpoD.collected monthly not otherwise boxes of oranges, and there seemsto in any ,cause, much less office.in Articles, Fine Soaps, Stationery, Jacksonville Machine e
    the contest for a municipal
    enecaeta,1WL1 be made payable to "Graham be some discrepancy between JEWELRY,
    The success of Mr. Archibald in SPECTACLES doSEWING
    Walton. these figures. Surely if she has
    this matter is of little interest@ to MACHINES.
    10,000 tons burden, she will be '
    Jattrms all communications to able to carry more than,two boxes us. The paltry salary attached to Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machines and AudTrOllWOrks5
    ton. This will give the office is.nothing, the principle Machinery Repaired. Watches, Clocks
    the'peopleof '
    ''EAST.COA.8T ADVOCATE,, per involved is everything. We have and Jewelry a Specialty.
    Florida competition, and the School Books and School
    lO.BoxM. Tmnvn.LB, TLORIDA. Clydes have never failed to respondin tried in our,editorial remarks to do Subscriptions taken at publisher's Supplies.pricesfor PUMPS, ENGINES ,AND MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS

    amatter,: of that kind. It is impartial justice to both candid. Newspapers, Books, Magazines, eta

    quite probable ,the rate'from Jack ates. We have really bestirred Prescriptions carefully compounded. atany Made and Repaired.
    Farmer's Alliance. ourselves but little in behalf,of our time,day or night..
    sonville New York
    to on oranges,
    CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS PIPING & SUCTION
    this
    choice. From moment no
    TlturviHe Lodge of the Farmers+ at- after: the new line get8lntoopera- ,
    Banoe- the first and other course is left to us bu to do C. J. HECTOR
    meets regularly on tion, we believe will be' reduced to Phosphn-te ::Dre '
    third Saturdays of each month at the 25 cents box. our best to exert what influence we .cl.ng.: J
    Chart House. Visiting members of the per have'with, the people of Tit vllle Dealer in General OFFICE 4 WORKS:

    cedes', are invited to attend. SJCNATOR ,QUAT, who has been in favor of Mr. Archibald. If intimidation 2ero3aan.disieMelbourne : 134 & 136 East Bay Street t Jacksonville> Fla

    called."The Napoleon 6f ,Politics," or threats are to be the Fla.; ,
    TC A. M.
    .: is enjoying himself in Isaao Wal. passport to office in this community : ..,: 5Jua-emo a

    tndtan River Lodge "No. 00, Free and ton's favorite pastime'at'.St.Lucle*.' we may as well ascertain influence that Hats Shoes Clothhij GoodsJust E. ,G. BLAIR. .: '. D.,B..THRASHER.
    at'once.. Whatever Dry
    Accepted Masons, hold their meetings The notorious,leader of.the.Repub fact ,
    eo the FRIDAY on or before Full,:Moon lican party has not yet met his we may have with our,readers Is Blair & Thrasher
    at 730 p. m., In Masonic Hall, in the In- Waterloo as mapy would suppose, urged in behalf ,of Mr. rthlbald.We Arrived. Splendid Goods.

    TituselVisiting and while all that may be said of shall take the opportunity; as OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD, ,

    brethren are cordially Invited him in the great partisan Journalsof : time, permits, to ,enumerate the DRUGS, GROCERIES, GRAIN PRODUCE BROKERS

    to attend., the ,country may be true, the qualities which he has to commend Of all kinds; and in fact a full line of ,

    WALTER S. GRAHAM,W. M. people of, Indian River must look him to those of our people'who everything. Call and examine

    JOSEPH. MBNDKIX, Secret,. upon Quay with at least some respect wish to support a law-abiding gov Commission & Distributing Merchants

    if not regard. He has al- ernment. In the meantime we W. N. HENDRY, ,

    TaQtrrA1fD8 of dollars are lent) ways behaved himself in an exemplary earnestly urge,those who expect to I
    Dealer In 153 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA.P.
    from Indian River, to manner when in pursuit of vote at the coming election,not to .
    every year
    pay for wooden cistern.,' tubs, tarpon on our river. He has made pledge their votes at the personal General Merchandise .,Box, 761.
    solicitation of one and not
    to
    known our phenominal fishing any ,
    buckets, axe and hoe handles, etc. "
    Plenty of oak, hickory cypress and grounds to the country at large, be intimidated into voting for one DRY GOODS ORANGES AND PINEAPPLES
    who is not their voluntary choice. ,
    other available timber can be and there is no doubt that when-

    found convenient to Tltusville, and ever this section should ask'for an NOTIONS, A SPECIALTY.

    the right kind of man could go appropriation, in behalf of harbor LAWLESSNESS IN THE SOUTH.The STATIONERY Consignments, of all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables! and Produce Solicited.

    e Into ,the business of manufacture Improvement ,th strong pull which TIme.-Union"f laat Saturday contained LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE. PROMPT RETUI NS. .

    lug this class of goods and make Quay has with, the party now in an editorial entitled "An Approach Choice Groceries References: National Bank of the State of Florida; W. H. Sharpe,Sharpest. V.

    good profit with the investment of power will be exerted in behalf of to Anarchy." It claimed that ;aims FLA.nrugS :Moore, Eden; Wells & Sons, plant City etc. 12Jao
    the recent outrage in Tennessee,
    this section. There are worse men
    a limited capital. We hope
    very Texas, and elsewhere were a blot upon
    this may meet the eye of some one than Quay In politics but the the fair fame of the south. In the main THE TROFICALTRUNKLINEJacksonville :

    who has a knowledge of this line leader of a great party whether it we can agree with the great headlight; of ,

    cat business who is looking for a be Gladstone, Parnell, Blaine, Florida Journalism. The liberation of Patent ',Medicines Tampa Key West System.
    hundreds of hardened convicts in Tennessee
    business opening in this section. Cleveland or Quay, will provoke must have startled'the entire Trains leave JackMnyllla,rU J.'1'.&1L W.,.s'0......, dally except Sunday 12:15 dally. :
    abuse from his opponents and perhaps civilized world. To think that In America Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles a:jM.p.m.dally sleeps Bandar. Arrive J0a.m,12 ds0 um,.:10 1'.11I. .
    Train leave JaduooTiUe,via East Gout Line, SjM aun., dally: 4:00 p.m. Sunday only:
    from his own Tanks from with its boasted government and l00p.m-: dally except Sunday. 'Arrive 11:*0 a.m.,.: .m.
    THE Floridia In summing up Jealousy or other causes, and from machinery for enforcement of the law Kept constantly on hand at trainsleave TttniTlUa,north bound S O*ajou,dab except Sunday.
    the result of the elections last what we have, been told by those would have occurred is humiliating,anda Train arrive Tttuirllle,tooth bound,.:40 p.m., dally except Sunday.

    week says "It was an all round disgrace to the nation; the burning of a J. IB. Screven'sDRUG Indian River Steamboat Co.
    who have spent several weeks at a negro at the stake in Texas, for a crimeof ;
    Democratic victory. Perhaps the time with Senator Quay on the In- which it la by no means certain he LOOT* THorrflle at 6jOO .. ... Dally, except Sunday,for Melbourne and way
    Journal referred to may be correct, dian River, we have been led to be. was guilty, does not sound like a 10th STORE. landlnga; and at T M p.m.,leaTC Monoa Melbourne;,., WediraadaYi. 40&Dd i'rIdaJ1l,making, connection for Jupiter.
    Steamer OeLess "' North st p. m. dally except Sunday for TUoaTffld.
    but. we consider the result to say lleve that he is, to use a familiar century occurrence; scenes such as occurred Also the latest Newspapers, Periodicals Jnplter I*0 p.m, Tuetdan,Thursdays and Saturday,making connection(orTltnaTlUe.apply .
    the Ieastnot specially encouraging. at the capital;{ of Florida last win Ifof sd, dines,allowing time at nation not named above,and routee,rates,eto, to local
    Tha phrase "not a bad sort of fellow ter during the deadlock must have been eta agent,or General Office,,Jackaonrllle,Fla.B. "
    vindication -of McKlnleyismfcy mortifying to all respectable Floridlans. B. CABLE General Manager *O. D. ACKKBLT,Gen. Paaa. Aft.BTKAafEBS .
    ;
    the pivotal State of Ohio, we WORK has been started on the In almost every community large or TIN SHOP. W.L.CKAWFOKD, Snpt.East Coast lines, AognaUne..

    consider very bad medicine and at building for the Atlantic Coast, small, throughout the south, law-abid.
    all events the Democracy has no ing citizens are denied the protection of -
    Ice Fish Oyster and Canning
    insulted and Having bought out the stock and tools
    the law when by roughs,
    time to lose or effort to spare if it Company. Mr. Hall, the contract are frequently compelled to rely upon of Mr. F. T. Budge in the Tinsmith business Pine .& Lumber THE "
    expects to be successful in the torbegan work on Wednesday, and their own resources for protection. The I am prepared to do tlnsmithing at Cypress :t"

    coming 'Presidential contest. It f.a is he Informs us that the main structure ; lawlessness of which we have spoken Is short notice. EQUITABLE :. .

    good maxim, "Never to underCB will be over 100 feet in length. not confined to the south as one might Tin Roofing Guttering & Spouting OF ALL ROUGH KINDS <'i.l
    timate infer by Implication from the article In OR DR.SSXP ASSURANCE
    you opponent's strength; The York Manufacturing 'Company the Timet-Union. In the great; city of a specialty. Contractors furnished with <
    I and Shakespeare knew what he of York, Pa., which furnished the Cincinnati, a few years ago mob law valleys ana flashing at reasonable rates. Shingles Lath Orange Pineapple '
    ,
    SOCIETY
    was talking about when he Intima. plant, has sent one of their trusted reigned for a time In a manner unparalleled Will contract for work on Indian ,

    ted that "a sense of security was employee down and he is now on by anything of which we have River. None but good solicited.workmen em & Vegetable Packages. Of the United States.: "<
    Correspondence
    mortal's record of in the south. Almost daily we ployed. .
    chiefest enemy the ground to superintend the erection have heard of turbulent strikes and destruction Orden can be left with F. T. Budge at The
    of the building and the placingof Of property by the participants.The his hardware store. It will pay parties who contemplate Zargett, Safest-IAfe'A.nur-

    KNOXVU.LX ia. have added to the machinery in position. regular army of the Nation and the building to call on,or address us. Mill once Co. in the .World

    its already long list of manufacturing Capt. Berry of Wilmington, N. C., State militia of Pennsylvania, with their W. O. DAY, Titusville. at DeLeon Springs. T '4
    to Orders filled.
    Catling were promptly
    preserve '
    guns necessary
    enterprises a factory for Is also in town, and has begun the majesty of the law at Pittsbnrg L.R.DECKER Chandler & Landers Tie ,Isssrustt t asdSecurity
    imeriqi Casualty
    ,making tannic acid. This enterprise work on the steamer for the Canaveral only a few yean ago. In Indiana, Ohio ,
    P; 0. TIIE
    7LA.
    will -be started by Messrs. Oak Hill oV Tltusville Steamboat and New Jersey, cowardly Whitecaps of CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER SPRINGS Co. -
    J. L. Carper Tropic Fla. ,
    the male have taken women who Agent ,
    George O'Berne & Co.,,of Chicago, Company. The craft will be were the target sex of scandal, perhaps unfounded J8aogSmChamberlain's ,
    who are already ,interested in this ready to begin; her regular schedule ana whipped them until their Writes the Best Accident Policies. No
    business. Their Knoxville factory by Jan. 1st, at which time the bodies were a mass of denuded quivering Having bad 4fl J ara' experience in all Eye and I31Initiation Fee. No Annual Due NoAssessments.
    will ,Ice also in flesh. Whatever be said of the branches l of the building business, will Ointment: ""
    consume from 10,000 to 16.0QOcords factory expects to start may "
    ia Ms line of work '
    attend to anything A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eye :
    south, we do not;recollect of such conduct ,
    of chestnut-oak a operation. These two enterprises
    year.Manufacturers' as this befog( paraued in this sec with promptness. Tetter. Salt Rheum, Scald Head. Old
    JieconL will do more for Titusville than F. .4.. Suppe'Td
    tion. Lawlessness wherever it exists U : Chronic Soree, FeTOr SoNS, Eczema ,
    The above paragraph shows that anything that has ever been under. to be deplored but we do not see the BUDqUABTU8 Itch
    Prairie.Scratches Son Hippie
    there is a heavy and continuous taken in the past. One specially propriety of ajournal having the circa TTTUSVILLE, -- FLORIDA. sad l'U.. It;U cooling,and .oothfag. MANAGER, ORLANDO FLA" ,
    ation of the lWPnum publishing an :
    demand for tannic acid. If fortunate feature in this
    our connec. sxrutncu: Hundreds have heeD cored
    eases by
    article which might;lead intending TttutviUetTitu
    any Agentt for :.HOtDdl
    palmetto roots are as rich in this tion is the fact that each concern settler to conclude that; lawlessness is Indian River Bank Robbins A Graham. It after all other treatment had tailed f'" r '

    i substance as the press of the State will be in a position to materially peculiar to the south. Ieect3mo pcI tt 1.pot apam: pit DOc coat boxes. !.,;': R." ".:! '
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    OPEN ALL THE YEAR! ROUND.

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    ,.Special Low RUes for Summer Ouests.V T., ;BUDGE, Titus ville, Fla.:1+: *J f

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    ;, : J. G." MoDONEL' the near future, : Head-quarters of Indian' River H R.' OMISTEAD\

    C. V. 1t INDIAN RIVER LUMBER CO
    28ang3m Proprietor. We are now Enjoying' lovely, weather. Camp. No 4T. AV. .: t : :
    K nice days and cool nights. >-'i The Pioneer Dealer (In ,
    Order No. l. '

    i;, ,., 'Order, Suit. Mr. Calhoun In his schooner Marion- Co rw."ou are hereby. notified :GENERAL toCHANDISE Incorporated, F b. 28, 1891.: q
    have added. paid us a visit lait week. the ,
    J.P..-Turner A. Co. Just that there will be meeting of Campon '

    the finest display of samples, for, merchant 'The pile driver baa been' busy at the Tuesday, the 8th day: of December' :V Eau '\\aallie R. RANSON, Manager. \ ?, i ;9'
    tailoring/that it has been our dock here for.the last week. next, at 11 a. m., at the Court-boulIl't..ln ; ;r '

    'good fortune to see in this country, and Wavetand Titusvllle.' An important communication I keep in Stock a Choice variety' of ; TITUSVILLE ,. FLA::; :
    theprices are very reasonable. With Mr. Edwards and family, from General Gordon to J>e con- ,' ,
    pver three hundred*, samples to selectfrom. were up last Saturday sidered. GROCERIES,: HARDWARE, 'l'

    You can leave your measure.and Capt. Meroier paid us a call )at Saturday By order of Commander, A. BBADT.. CROCKEKY TOILET ARTICLES, ETC HOUSES FRAMED TO ORDUllv<;;: A\ "

    l get just as nice a fit as if you personally ; he wanted us to Insure our lives. A. D. CORES, Adjutant. fit And will Sell as Low asthe Lowest. HARRISON BROTHERS'" IIXED'+ PAINTS. Unequalled for beauty and 'lasting ly

    , 'stepped into your own tailor In New v:'.Call and examine\ my Stock. 18 Color Sards and '.,' K '
    (York or Chicago, and ordered your suit Mrs. N. ,Storman left here Sunday qualities prices on application.'v' ._
    >uita furnished in from 8 to 12 days. *tf morning to attend Court In''Titusvllle, JUST RECEIVED r Agency for the ."Aermoter," the bent { 'Ind Engine mmle. '\}! %\ .'

    : Miss ,SaIU'e Carlton and her grand HODGES H GODFREY V _-2'

    Lake Worth.The West mother Coast, left,'here lost Thursday' for the GEORGE P. DUREN' ARTHUR T. FEASTER < ,;


    B will-leave for Titusvllle, Mr. Hoffnagle and family, returned AT Manufacturers of :c-creE::: : dz :E"'E.ASrI: : =R,1.
    Mary land
    lIe Lumber
    from their trip north. owns Yellow
    |on Monday. Pine, : ,
    below here. i
    F. C. Allen's : _
    Mir. Grant Sherbon- Is back again on Mr. Turner's new trndj-boat passedthe HOUGH ..tmF.S8JCDtiOnnlftl 1''

    'j|the Sun force other day. They all say she Is a Box n Fruit'&ds* Vegetable Crates. ,
    .
    Capt.Chartea Price started for TltusIville regular floating store .
    I Lumberdlivered.1mprtof Indian Hirer We have also selected carefully\ a large stock of .
    on Thursday. There seems to be greater numberof GEORGIANA FLA. on through Mil of 1a<\lnlf. Anyone contemplating IG.t
    :building:on the Kurt Coast wonld do well to : =I..OOEJE: : =l.lE1S: ;
    ,Mr. James McFarlane is back again men oystering and fishing this year write for price*. The Bawmtll l s situated on the ,
    ;from Jacksonville.Mr. than ever before. Jot T.ft K.W.Ry.,5 mile south of noatka. And carry In season a variety of -' ,
    WALLACE HARDIX. Annul Cocoa,K. Stillngt Eau Oallle,KIIKMMDralncrd. ''
    Henry J. BurkhArdt was up from _______ 200 ,DOZt I Bmo.pd Fr9sh 1T aruULts; cto Vo2CXXX ge"tab1es,
    {HUlsboro, again this week. Satan 11 iirhtk.Putnamco..VIa. '
    Notice. nin. CREAMERY BUTTER ids specialty. .
    -- wmo------r.- v 7 on a '
    Mrs Allen Ileyser and Miss Florence Eau Oallle town lots for sale between :
    full branda'of
    A line of best CANNED (104D9.
    ,Spencer started Tuesday for LaGrange.Mr. ship yard and postofflco. For businessor '
    JELLY GLASSES ORLANDO, NURSERY Orders delivered private residences'and at the IItel\mboattl\l1d1ngund railway
    George Adams Is 'run Ing Capt. residence. Apply to Wm. Roe ch, .' t r

    Qendrickson's sharpie from Juno to Eau Oallle, Fla. llsept,3mo depot. 'Meat department opens on Sunday from 0 to 8 o'clock, ,

    Palm Beach. JAS. MOTT, prop'r;: ,
    '
    Indian River Steamboat.Co's. W. J. HILL ,H, ''M. PAPWORTIL "
    > The schooner Bessie B., Capt. Lyman, 'ORLANDO, FLA. .
    i came to Hypo, with a load for Lyman Special Bates to Tltua m.. 3O :DOtZ. i

    Bros Thursday. There will be a meeting of the Indian Orange Trees, -* W., ., J. HILL & Co. : ; 1\-\ }, .

    i Miss: Julia Roberta, Cocoa's well River Baptist Association at DeLand, on MASON'S Lemon. Trees < ,, ,* 't'"

    milliner, has been on the Lake for a few, Nov. 20th, 1891, and on Nov. 17th and v Grape Fruit Trees,, ESTABLISHED 1873,, ', ',' ,..I :
    days. Iler goods may be seen at.Mr lath, first-class round trip tickets will Catley Guavas. 4 .," ..
    '
    V. A. Spencer's., be issued by purser of steamer "St.Luck" IMPROVEDJARS Tahiti Limes,"' LeConte and Kelfer sasvro: 1. rz.c : ;(?' ''Hr 'f,

    at one and: one-fourth (In) first- Peach and!' Persimmon Trees 4,
    Engineer Fred Voss Is thoroughly overhauling class fares, limited to Nov. 24th to re : Pears; I
    and fixing the steamer Lake 5 I WHOLESALE t
    'J turn.; Niagara Grape Vines. THE HOUSE FOR : .' '.
    .
    Worth. She will be able to run with ; ;!
    On Nov. 19th first-class round trip PINTS .QUARTS. "\ '
    > Com.: Hughes' Silver. King thI,winter., tickets will be issued by purser of 'VT. Lead, In a' Oemeral Line .( Nursery Hardware, stoves, doors, ; ..' :: :-I: I....

    We were pleased.to see our friend, Mr. steamer"Georglana" between Melbourneand Stoek. 7sugSmoTO Sashblinds paints leads )' t1',' J

    ,Wilber Hendrickson at Hypo, this week. Intermediate landings to Titusvllle, ,' 1 ; ;; '

    ''He will run Engineer Voss' yacht, Carrie at one and one-fourth (In) first-claw Send in your orders 'at once. Oils, brick, lime,. cement, t 'J.? ;' !?V t
    ; Belle, during the fore part of the fares, limited to Nov. 24th to return. '
    ),wl ter.I Round trip tickets to DeLand can be WHOLCONCERNEDi4The Iron, lead, sewer AfireclaypipesiAnd ;". t

    purchasodlpf J., T. ... K, W. R. R. ticket Notice for Pablicatlon. ',. ; .
    I Mr. Josiah Sherman of 'Oak Lawn, agent at Titusville, on Nov. 19th and20th ..:...;.. all Building: Material. V .' ,\:
    and Amelia Harris
    Fla. Miss were mar- '
    at correspondingly low rates. LAND OFFICE, GAINKSTILTJC:, FZ \., ) Write for Prices : > 1
    .
    'rled at Atlanta, Ga., on Tuesday Oct. ;
    R. B. CABLE, 0. D. ACKXBLY, Nov. 7th, 188L \ EDE{ GROVE at Eden :
    Thursday II.OUSEt ,
    27th, 1891. They will be at home,
    Gen'L Gen'L Pass. Agt.
    Mang'r., Notice U' hereby gIven that the following '
    ;Dec. 3d, at Oak Lawn,Fla. named settler ha filed notice of hi*Intention to Is Positively and Permanently CLOSEDto '

    "* ToM An honest Swede tells his story In aba make Aid final proof proof will In be support mad before of bU the claim Clerk and of the Public. Tourlits and others. will :

    plain but unmistakable, language for the Circuit Court,at Tltnirllle Fla, on the Mil oJaauanr. Davidge's Fertilizers I : ;
    benefit of the public. "One of my children 1602, rU-i Oco. Q. OLLUOIIJ of Eaq pnrn themselves accordingly, .
    The Best Bargain ,
    took a severe cold and got the Gallle,Via., D. 8.1,498, for the X.U of N.K. K : .
    We can'offer at present are as follows: croup. I gave her a teaspoonful of I and He B.name K of 8.the K. V following, Section witnesses 11.T.If;s.to R.n prove K. THOMAS Ei; ,RICK ARDS.YIT tAre

    [ Lot one, of section 32, township'26, Chamberlain Cough Remedy,' and In hi*oontlnuou residence upom mod cultivation

    I South and 42-100thllCre.Range 37 East, has, containing quarter of 83 mile andt five minutes later I gave her one more.' of Joint said.land. .,rli.of Ean Jaine Qallie*T.|Hocgof Robert K.Melbourne Canwo,oe ';It'1, 'I ,, Manufactured d, rrom., the Best l: FertiliilDg% Ingredients.. ':" ;i
    By this time she had to cough up the Eaa QaUle Eugene Bralnerd of Eau Oallle. .
    '
    hammock
    [f river balance front Is ,good land is pine tight four high miles north, to gathering sleep and In her slept throat.good for Then fifteen she went min 140 ALan L1'JIOH,gUter. UTITUDES' :, ..
    mite H GLEASOH & CO ALL CROPS ;
    FOR &
    north of Goshen .
    i of Ean Game, one utes. Then she got up I office Price f30 per: acre. i ..
    post then she went back to bed and slept f .> "" I
    I, The south twenty 'acres of lot 1, sea good for the remainder of the night LAND OFFICX, OAIHBSVII.U::, FLA.,.) ATTORNEYS. IN LAND OASES. BY ,11'' .1'
    ltU>n30-T. 20 S. R. 81'E., has ft small : She got the croup the second night andI Nov 7th 1891. \ '' ; 'q

    house and other improvements known gave her the same remedy with the, Notice I* that the' foihtwin TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED '*
    las the "Nicholson place" at Hartland : same good results. I write this because named tattler ha.TIed notice of Intention to AND PERFECTED. Da/vidge Fertilizer Co
    ( post office. Good, high bluff river I make anal proof In support of hi*claim and
    I thought there might be some one In the
    of waterrunning that said proof will be made before the Clerk ot '
    I front. Has a splendid stream same Med and not Know the true merits Circuit court,al Tttunllle,Pia .h of '
    ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND RE.
    I through the property. Price of this wonderful medicine." CUA.B.LES'A. "uuarr.Js :I.l via.s RoJl&a1' K. Cusoxof Eau t 121 f Front St. New York. ;
    $600. 0alI1e, I'lL,lJ.8..,469,for the lot I, MOtion J, SURVEYS OBTAINED. ,;
    I sectlomx24 T. 21i TBOMPSKKIC: Des Moines, Iowa. 50, south H of n. e. 1 K,md e. .. I K of n.w. ;X section *".
    N.W.JofS.E. Jot of land on the cent bottles for sale by Dixon": Gray e S,township IT,south of range ST eait. Defective Homestead and Pre-Emptlon FOR SALE BY And by Dealers at .,. .,, ,. ,t. .
    R. E. being forty acres '
    87 He name the following witnesses to proveht
    I peninsula, opposite.Melbourne, which ispronouaced eonUnaoa residence upon and cultivation Entries Corrected and Perfected. E. L. Brady, r Indian River Landing ., .- I
    I the County as Market Review. of said land vii Lena Jlell Johnson,of Eau Claim adjusted before tha Department >f '
    by surveyor
    New YORK Nov. 9 1891. Oallle| George O.aieawm Ean Oallle| John Tltusrillo, Florida. and Stations generally i '
    :, at Washington.
    I excellent pineapple land. One mile Canon,of tau: OalUe( rages Bralnerd,of Eau .:, :
    I north of East Melbourne. Land In this Receipts of oranges to-day are much OI44. Correspondence solid tod. .;.
    of similar character has heavier and present advices Indicate AJLBZ. LYXCH, Becbter.
    [neighborhood, it
    EAU GALLIE
    BOld recently for too per acre. Our larger shipments on the way. Sales are ,, FLA.
    I price twenty dollars per acre. The UI slow at lower prices. Best grades of desirable Proclamation! Cocoa -Furniture Emporium

    ties to all lands offered by us are per kinds In line, selling : .
    $2.25ias l' Notice U hereby given that by virtue of an order '
    I feet. Location, character and quality lected counts $2.50; of the Town Council of the Town of Thor t
    I will prove. represented on Inspection. bright, from $3 to $2.25; russets, $1.'m. w..a fpeelal election, heae7thida' Wines FORs Is Buying Furniture) Unfinished, at Knock-down prices, and having'It finished f .
    'Terms,ca any of the above, half cash; Grape-fruit; 13 to *3JX> per bbL Btrteg cil bar chamber A, IX 1801.oa Monday rt iDDg.oem. Spiriteer. S In Cocoa, The caving of freight and damage In transportation enables me to I.'
    ance In one, two or three years, at beans, per crate $2 to $2.50. Cucumbers Aldeman} and iiJ*rkV.nd Tl'usaid offl meet competition from anv source whatever. '
    t per cent Correspondence solicited. $2 to $2.73. Egg-plant, from $3 to lien not being elected at the general election byreason Also dealer In Paint, Oils and all Painters' Material; Cotton and Linseed Meal, '*. '

    9'tfRoflnixe.t GRAHAM, $0 per bbL Outlook favorable for sew A.T.of reaiter a tie vote.J.r Benaker and Bobert Ban- Potash and the standard brand of Fertilisers on hand' ,' and supplied at manufao-.. .
    Tltnsvllla Fla. vegetables. ton are hereby ap aid special tares' price and freight. r _.i.
    G. S. P ALKD.. election aad L.A. ntedj.derof Poll Also new Process: Gasoline Stoves and Wood and Oil Stoves.! ,SA
    to be open fronts clock A. M.until 4 o'clock kt
    Pierce. r... OIG &] 8 ETG FULL LINE OF GENTS.' FURNISHING 000D8'f'" ,
    hundred and of .
    Fort Three' twenty acre Glrea under my hand and seal this 3d day of ,
    excellent pineapple land for sale, at$12.50 Norember,A. D.18M. B.& Wiuoa, : :
    OF THE FINEST QUALITY Indian RIfer Florida. ,
    COCOA
    UMt Mayor.Maater'a ,
    per acre, described as follows: The a.e. ,
    R made the father
    Mr.Weekes was happy : :
    ,
    t and the n.*. J of the s.e. } of Sea. 21 GO,TO :
    |pt a little girl last week. and the s. w. J of the 0... J, and w. .ot Sale. O. K. WOOD,,Agent!,.% '

    1 Mr George Kuhl of Shll-h, paid us a the Lw.l of Sec. 22, all In Tp. 87, S. R. Trader and by virtue-of a boa decree of fore11 Loslqy '& Rcnakcr.t ,, 'i. ,
    fort visit bat Sunday week. 41 K.,containing 820 acres. About twoacre closure and eale Issuing out of and under Professional Cards.a ) .
    of above, which Is planted In pineapples the aaal of the Circuit Coon of the Tth Judicial Families Su pUf(!. J. M. Sanders ,
    I Mr. O. E. Sloat arrived beck from the is to be excepted from the sale.I Circuit of Florida In and for the Countyof ;,. .>
    [Keys but week. He has been on a long Breirard. in Chancery iltrlng. In certain M. Boaa,... WaLves5Ogu.n. b
    This land, of course, aa will be understood eaee wbentn Dwight M. aeward U complainant Town Ordinance: Dealer la '
    .tdp. from the price, has no river front, and Oscar Hall&,aa administrator of the a.tau ROBBINS 4 GRAHAM .

    People are busy planting out their garIdeas. but lie* three quarters of a mile from tend ntti aald Clereland.decree being. deoeaad.e dated the*al mb,are day An Ort nanu defining "Vagrancy," one fle i

    Quito a number are gardening the river back of Jensen postoffice. It of October,A.D.111II1,I Oft the fin Moo- providing Penalty tiujarjK ATrORNEYS-A T.LA.W, DRY GOODS NOWO'NS I
    f this winter. adjoins the very: extensive pineapple day in December, the eame being the Tth 4&yof IT ORDAINED by the Town Council ol TiroiTtLLK Brevard Co. Florida. ,
    plantation of T. V. Moore and his associates l hour of Bale and B the Town of Tltoevtlle.: .That all rogue*and CROCKERY ;
    Mr. John aaa here from la frontortheCourtlice.. door la TltturUle, vagabond.Idle and dueolute persons sad PaRe1He. ; ,
    Cooke arrives Messrs. Ires and BiUanflne. and Florida,tell the described In said de- tramp who aboat begtlng, who UM
    is to build a property go peraon Will practice It ft<) teatl..of the Seventh SADDLERY; ;
    Pan Oran Is as good pineapple land.can be found -,towrlt' The 10& ..lDbend I of Heotinat laTownahip jsegilng or.nlaw'" ..- or plays. enmmos Circuit and in the Bupreme Court. Kpeolal facllltie '
    [house on his place. In the county. Apply to Bobbins A SS Boath of flange SS Kaet,containing pips| or addles, ttnulwra ehlldren. nwawayt. for Kiamlnlng and Perfecting Land STATIONERY + p,
    U.U SO acre,more or lea.according to Government common dnwaard*. common walker*. Tltlee. CorreepondenSe, Solicited from Claimsaw MEIIICDI -t,
    Me. Prisbey; a Methodist preacher, Graham. aa or*o much thereof a* ahaU be sufficient pllteren,lewd wanton and laaeiviuua penonila aid JUlr to HpanUh Oraata.Money FAMILY :t ,
    reached here Saturday and Sunday to to sat icy amount of decree and costs.J. tpeech or behavior eoaunon tellers, and to Loan. I GARDEN 8EEDSj: '
    f',
    '
    Another.\yr clc at Blacayne Bay P.TI71IWD. ""wlena..bo neglect their calling at .
    i large congregation.The Hpedal Maeter.Banna employateat. BiU-pead what they can earn.
    : ... D. L. OADLOKV, /.t, BA.Dsas, CHOICE GltpCEIlIESt
    !Is anchored at Mr.Tna' A GaAlAK Bollcltort Plalntlfl. sad do not plOY. for tbeneelvee or for the I
    *pile wharf driver at St.now Lade, where aha It was only yesterday that a telegram trek I support llurclerlIIC''a.uDJC of their famiUee and therein all other....and Rotary. Attorney CoaunlaeiiHMn for Board t tJGAULDEN' ] HAY, CORN, MAPES' FERTILIZERS

    i some work to do. was received by the ADVOCATE, from Sheriff's Sale. ton who neglect ali lawful buainea*.andesabit.Cpus A SANDERS FINE PATENT FLOUR.Ooooet. '
    Jupiter, to the effect that the pleasure .ally. aalaepead tbelr time by f reuoeatlag buuaa* ,
    'There was a dance at the new store command of Bouchard of bm of taxed of in fame, gaming bouaee at shop*, J1'1or1 1 '.
    aad ssadpmay
    sloop Bijou, la Capt. by.tnae a hall be considered a.
    'it Saturday week. It being such a of Cocoa, on her way to Biscayne Under .Clerk...approved b,the Judge of conviction,be fined in vagraata a earn not exceeding fifty A TTOJUfEYB-A T.LA.W. i ia
    not were there. i the Ctrenit Court of the Ttb JudlcUiar- orbelmprUuoed sue vTOl practice an the CourU of the San
    dollar rseeedlng thirty
    ugh night many Oct 2nd when two .
    capsized on ,
    ,
    Bay nit of the aisle of Florida U and for theCounty ca
    bard la!**.or by both fine sad ;4
    day.a Inpriaouuent j
    of Florida,and the United Slates Courte.P.0.
    miles shore New Rlrer. j Brtrard In the 01 Joan T. Hut.Inrton .
    Messrs GIfford A Hughes came down off opposite of eaee ,at the dlecretlon of the Mayor. All ordlnan
    v*.Knapp et aI,wherein the cam of Five. Boa,'". T1TU8 VUJJt, I'LA.M .
    The master and the only ieeorparteofardinineee .laeuaJllet wltbtUeoTaiaaao.
    and made quite a passenger
    bere the other day ... ....
    lJol.lan. Vinet4wo cent wa*taxed* ...
    be and the M7&o'-L U
    to the wreck from same bereby reSrdtaane. nrS.
    winds. Mr. Rogero-clung ...
    ay oa account of the high to be paid by UM heirs legal pnecatatlveeof ,. "
    eight p. n. until the follow dar,when Josephine Knapp, rVinennil and the aid .pored this Sta day of Ot,Utt
    Mr Dittman has got the contract lore heir and preaematlr having failed M pay ._ .
    : the boat and ashoreEverything B. H. RAV, Antroved St ai" _t.... :
    road from here to WaveUnd."hey the aald ooete,I ......levied ue and will aeOat Cb..euandJ. L WtuutMayor HOWELL TTTUS .
    county was lost, including several public aale to the hichart bidder 1M....h, AtU.ti J.V.BMUMlwwBUera.' OMwb. '
    bare already nada good progress trunks and $AO) and other valuables. .. rnmt of the Coon House toot oa the ATTOB ZY AT.LAW; 'fl -.. .
    .i It. New' Hirer, near where the sloop was ins Monday Is December the MM being the ;,

    ,: lost, i is about 210 miles from Tltnsvtlle teveatk boon of day eale of, the the following Month between......-u..4 the real legal ee- itK atonltp"0si01. .. all the courts of the nh judVelal j
    and In rather an ont-of-the-wsy place; tate,thepop.rty of the MU lIetn sad rpre.senatlvss r
    doubt account for the of Joeephlne Knapp ........ too Xotary la Office.llTUtViLLX &f
    .. which, no news
    sr people were there. Dancing wit i Forty-one lAd two- Wda acre, a*follow, $&"
    kept up till the small hour of morning. being so long In reaching the ADVOCATE of the suuth a ; I'Ll. /
    office. fourth of the Ours grant. theses ran north tins 5111e 1 :
    f)Cr. O'Brien of Jupiter sly slag the wed Uoe of the gran 1M te.chain. 1'I1gLrarer JIot.I .
    feruli'ing: tr.a pw TAB. B. L. WILLS
    ..share ten an angle at eJTeVtgrhegtnaiagattheeonthwetteonur lAd ,
    and
    cently looking after his back there Is nothing better ro rl>crmtige 1 :
    For lame run in aa..- ) .--.paraUel to tan ecw i ,
    cipal farm. Ha then left; for Titer than to saturate a flannel cloth withChambedafn'I lee of the grant a eUetaaee o* 4140 irhtla.. I. sa4 ..s.1Snnr PHIBICIAN : .
    Pain Balm and bind It theiine turn a> angle of t* degrees and ratoBiharly a SURGEON i' tt$ '
    on tea chaine, paraJM with weet UM ofcraat A graduate of the University of ren q
    There was a dance at the sew store, the affected ports. Try It and you ,thence weaterty,parallel wttk tenoad Una, and an ezpcrienea of twenty b .r fii
    and number turn- be Aorprised at the prompt relief it poti beriantag,a rtletian*at UM caalas. sylva
    quite a
    eada.eet. ,
    treatment will cure Levy taade fc v.ado...a* practiceoffers Id* service to i.a.
    'GaL Dancing was kept np tin morn- affords. The same J A lintel t K.BowTfA nw the cltlMB* of Tittuvilla and ,klnle,. .
    Dixon A fit ,
    and one who attended were rheumatism. For..te by BherM Viewed CoaetI.aoo + feaape '
    II, every emcz: oru oa. ICu ru'1.t .
    eU satisfied hoping to have another Gray. 13e4\ .R O.4UJlo.uwaq. trot t aj









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    subsequent time a pi so "will proposed, THEELECTIONS.NEW exchanges, msrkets and munfctpat and BUSINESS REVIEW The Ganrnt "f nett.TMtDg .

    GEORGIA BRIEFS. for tIle farmer are practically united In state government offices ard closed. Iran $1,000,000 is called genius.

    .. --.... the belief that! they will get just as much wholesale etUbllsbmeots ,and retail the Ootlook: M Reported by Don A Co., Taking $100,000 is called shortage.Taking .

    money flr'a 7,000,000 bale crop as they; YORK GOES TO' FLOWED houses are also closed. The city wear .f r.Pa" Week. $50,000 U called litigation.

    I< News/ Paragraphs From Over nowgetfor an 8,000,000 crop. The committee quite a holiday appearance.and The election : Dun's review of trade for week ending Taking I 23,000 is called insolvency.

    I the State. appointed to formulate a paper AND M'KINLEY GETS OHIO p oceeded zealously quietly. October 80th, saysi Business failures Taking $10 000 it called irregularity.

    covering the necessity for A change in Returns thus far (18:80 a. m.) are shoe ver3 during the past seven days number for Taking $3,000 is called defalcation:

    the acreage, handling, classing and selling slatea..a incomplete but are sufficient. to the,United States 207. Canada 48, compared Taking I 1,000 is called
    The Returns From Other corruptio.Tkng
    ticket
    terdictI state
    I returned democratic
    The oro lor' jury a of cotton submitted the following that the entire week and
    with' t"tat of 249 last : $500 is called embezzlement
    I the Nil follows "We, which Ideal Election Day. county ticket are elected tiy In-
    lynching as report was tqanimously adopted 1 and
    299 tbe week previous the corftspood ( is called dIsbon.ty.Taking .
    .
    I the" jury find that Larkin Nit: came to 'Resolved, That It is the opinion of pressed tosJorfUel over the Tote 'of two'eltl ; ( tlo. called
    week last 218
    leprelentlag'IGOfail stealing
    lUll ,
    I ,his death wounds inflicted this convention that will bv year
    ty gQn-tbot tbe acreage should sgo. The democrats 9
    States'and in
    XBW TOlLW.dnesday'sdi.pstches un I In the United 28 Taking $25 is called total depraY
    y.
    I by nnkaown parties, and we pronounce be reduced one-third, and where tbe intensive majority la the state senate and the Jurat* .
    from New York Canada. Taking one' ham Ia. war on soclety'Wuhington
    .
    I murder," system h.' been practiced, no of delegates, making sure the reelection.ef continues.It eale
    the in bnsineti .
    state that both tides claiming Improvement
    are
    olooreilanb" more than twelve shoulc and of a .democratic Btr .
    Senator
    acres plow Gorman
    The firms Co..MCP per thai -
    legislature, but the democrat have the U greater before at the west, considerable
    ft J r'F. Riser & Co.' and Draper, Moore be planted. This with careful cultivation best of the claim. The. Bun' return United States senator In the.. place or at the south, &lid'c1url'"per Wonder of Sienc
    Jfc Co., at Atlanta have been dissolved would tire seven millions of bale"or Wilson, deceased. ,
    how 17 democratic .enaturs'aad IS re calved even at the e.st. Yet discouragement
    and a new.firm under the name of Kiser, S...., This would be an advantage 10 have so much trouble
    IOWA in branches of industry is not BUn'l you
    publicans (5 democratic assemblymen some
    will launch its the cotton farmer or planter in tha it ; don't artificial I
    Moore, Drape & Co., would enable him to raise plantation and 63 republicans, a majority of 8 on DES lIoiNES, IA.,, November 8.-Th lea but more apparent than before, why you fret
    [ ship upon the sea of commerce on the much than now obtained joint ballot. Flower's,plurality baa most exciting state election in the history nlJontly because calculations have been ones? The Idea of belnl bothered I
    | first 01 January. supplies cheaper Both sides have and in' I in that way in this mllreou. Hg* of
    from the west or northwest. Alsoit reached 45,000. The Herald estimates of Iowa ha closed. made upon a more'rapid greater I
    The Angnsta Exposition opened Monday would enhance the price of cotton. Flower's plurality.over Fassett at 40,446. remained very confident throughout crease in business than hM been realized. 'scientific and progress"t'l gota '
    under the most, auspicious circumstances. Resolved further That this convention Bbeeban'a estimated plurality over Vroo- contest. In DCS Moines the democratscommenced The peculiar expansion in some forms"oi full set only a few months ago.

    .. It is by no means o&. ,Ei'hibltor urge cotton'growers, to be more ,careful man for lieutenant governor fa 80,246. firing cannon before a single production and of trade ha invited the .inb-hIndel'! A they. a suo-

    were on hand from Massachusetts in handling their cotton. Cotton should The HeralTt estimate also gives the sent precinct had finished balloting. The re- ul incorrect view, and depression exists cel .

    New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, be gathered clean of trash, sand or dust, ate 17 republicans,. 15 democrats?.aseemi publicalll Were not as demonstrative, but which is eo general that it might BUnke"Succeaa .1 should say "so.

    Ntw Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, ginned and kept dry until marketed. bly republicans ,00 democrats, of 12 Just.. confident of victory.. It la 'conceded I j easily be misInterpreted.The eat with them. I

    the .Carolina, Florida, Georgia. Alabama Resolved again, That we demand a majority. Reports received by Associated the election will be close.. The I,I iron industry shows moat change Street & Smith's Good .News.

    Texas,: and other e It,tee. !, more simple and practical 'Unification Frees up to 1 o'clock a. m. Indicatethat most remarkable things the increase of'. fir following the large Increase of output An Iowa Methodist minister baabeeD.

    Macon proposes to have,:. conventionof of cotton, giving not more than four the slate senate will stand 17 republicans the vote over last year and two years ago. last month, these .baa come a decided suspended for devotion to fast bora s. It

    the editors of Georgia to meet in that grades, and. that. by numbers, to-wit: 1, to 15 democrats and ,64 democratstnd All reports received indicate the heaviest change of tone. Extreme anxiety to has long ,been a common practice out

    ,city at an early date in 'order ,that steps S, 8 and 4.Resolved. 64 republicans in the assembly. vote ever cast ia the state. The weatherhas sell pig iron, and financial weakness in west to suspend men for,devotion to last

    nay be taken to have the state represent again, That we cotton ODIO.CrXCiHNAM been disagreeable in1- many parts of unexpected quarters produce the preseni hones not their own Lowell Courier.Its ,
    ed at the world's fair in Chicago. A urge' sale of the state, but it has"probably not dim- depression, which in curious contrast t I
    producers co-operate in toe : November 3.-The day
    committee of ten has been appointed to nmhed the vote. Latest returns indicate with the abounding confidence which I
    Qualities
    their cotton direct \ or ma has been in ideal
    an
    make all for theconvention spinners / many respects that Boies' majority will be about GOO.IntBBASJtA. the future. Plate EsefJe.I
    arrangements holding prevails regarding California
    nfacturcrs, recognizing tbe fact that now election day. here in Cincinnati has Common to public approval the
    discuss the mills havo fair business tbe lowest
    to matter. I at
    enormous amounts of money are ma e.by been Cloudy, cool and bracing with fine i I n liquid remedy Syrup Figs. Is pleasing! ;
    I
    iron frt
    recorded and structural
    David Robinson of the Robinson prices ever ,
    .
    Commission, warehousemen and exporters :- flakes of scow toward evening. Every Dispatches from Omaha : Returns
    say the and the taste and by rently acting
    Is ,
    hnd also low. The
    Printing' Company of Savannah, 'and under present methods. thirg has been quiet. There has been tin from the 'city and state are Still very Irregular very t ere & I '
    Pleasant A. Stovall, of ,Augusta, pur. Your committee recommend that cot absence of rioting and polling! place disturbances meager: but careful estimates give Post, anthracite coal market is more cheerful, on the Itldnefl.lY. and bowels I'clean

    chased a few days ago the entire printing ton producers must bend their energiesto such as' have characterized : republican candidate for supreme judge the production. to October 24th being .i the Systran eaecua11i.thereby promoting

    outfit :of the defunct Savannah Dally reform the evil Dow existing. Clean Citcinnati elections in the put, and all 6,000) m joiity over Edgerlim Independ 81,608,079 tons, or 8,059,447 more than the hath.od comfort of all who u's.H.

    Times, together with the United Press cotton, dry cotton, careful ginning, b Ilel on account of the hew system of ent-peof>lo. The eOLIN republican city last year to date. '
    franchise for the city of Savannah. 'Ihe covered and securely fastened at both voting. The only tickets are and county ticket is elected by majoritiesof The dress goods market Is active and Ter has been .stendy rise lathe average

    result of this dent will be the appearance ends and sides,.with sample qf each bale those in poiicuion of the judges I 2,000. < to :.!,ISOO.' I' works well employed, though narrow alnc.l8 which .. women. marry'. ,ever

    ,of a new evening paper. attached in cotton pocket, guaranteed by and a voter is given one only when he 'VIRGINIA.RICHMOND i j margins of profit Cotton mills have an ft. A.Rood. Toledo Ohio,, yst "ttsiU'e Co- I
    The latest Macon state clarsified sold with ia found Conservative Increasing' business in fancies, but the fifteen
    reports from ginner., .by experts, duly registered. tarrh Cur cared my wife of catarrh
    that the railway authorities will erect a tbe tmallest amount.of commissions to citizen of all parties are loud in their VA., November 8.Whilethe trade in staples is falling off and buyers re.r ago a4 aba has hud no return of It.'1C"
    weather has been favorable for the that lower prices are justified by the a sure cure. Bold by drucglsU.
    new and elegant union passenger depotin middle men, and by all means holding praises of the new system. From all urge
    election indications that small vote
    place of the one recently destroyed by back for monthly sales and delivery to over the state coma favorable reports are a decline in raw cotton. Yet the southern :, FITS Mopped free by DR *'1 GRKATNKBV
    ftc, and that it will not be rebuilt on I meet tho demands of manufacturers; ,all of the workings of the system, republicans was polled in this state to-day for members demand is better and trade, on. the whole I .RESTORER. No. after first day's
    of But cures Treatise and$3 tr
    the old site 'Fourth but will bo cotton not meet the it well legislature. meager returns fairly good. 1R. Manelou. &
    on street, necessary to matured pra'slng at a democrats free. nt.Kline. Arch St.. Pii
    whichare 9 .
    all
    havo been received of
    erected a"at the foot of Poplar street on obligations, to bo sold and delivered and that, too, in spite of the loud announcements : Reports from other cities than New. 3
    favorable the democrats. The
    ,Fifth, perhaps, and will bo BO built that under contract between producers of the republican organs to York are decidedly more encouraging THINCS
    cities of Richmond, Danville, Petersburg than usual though at the east the improvement TWO
    earl can run through it, and thus do and manufacturers.Your that the kangaroo ballot must go. Cutest .
    i away, with the mystifying backing that committee recommend that an returns give the slate to, McKinley / Norfolk, Portsmouth and Fred- is not rapid. At most southern auMnrn-t *

    ,characterized, the old depot. It is said address be given to all interested parties by 15,000 plurality. eric uburg elect democrats without op points general trade improves, but at In Regardjtp Catarrh

    'that the new depot will be built very embodying the foregoing suggtstionsandcalliog FENKSTLVAMA.. position., Charleston money is tight. Wheat rises ttt, lti, ton Htntlonaland Diae.1
    1 .
    much attention of the State 'SOUTH PAKOTA. 12 ctnts without any excuse.: Speculative ret, It Mlrqulr
    after the plan ().f the depot at Legis- .
    Birmingham. lature, cotton exchanges and cotton A Philadelphia dispatch of Wednesdaysays :. At midnight the election of JoUr,.. re manipulation has hoisted 'corn 5'cents& Mtttittianatemetfy-

    Tbe water works is at fever shippers to the numerous frauds now : Complete returns from 53 of the I pbblicanto congress, in South Dakota but pork products are a shade lower, ana mow'two fact* a now 1 well known t Q
    question perpetrated "Cotton producers. We 67 counties the state, including Philadelphia .. conceded and it becomes simply a, cotton declines a sixteenth with continuo medical fraternity thai local.ppllc tlotu,like araD
    l.t in Athcps. A largo fire :aloodaymonlng suggest that upon all agricultural organizations : and Allegheny, and careful estimates I question of plurality. A very light vote log heavy receipts. Oil has fallen three and Inhalant, arc regarded M at beat likely. t ghs
    it thoroughly
    wa enough to settle for the other 14 counties, show a I \but coffee is shade To effect a permanent
    and alliances or other labor combines was Cost: threshing being of greater eighths, stronger only "mrUe. "
    for there 'was':absolutely no water plurality of 50,648 for Gregg, republican, interest. aud sugar unchanged. of catarrh requires cn.tDtot remedy U
    to be bad.. The council cotton exchanges and callings be earnestly Hood's BaruparUla, which by purifying the
    : city got for auditor general. The proposition for : I l No fears entertained of a monetary h
    ,' to consider the MAnTLAND.BALTIMOBE
    requested foregoing
    After the waterworks with a repairing the dlnoaMd Unmet,and Impall.
    constitutional
    harp stick, The water company is supplied by a resolutions and'urge their adoption, and a defeated.convention was overwhelmingly ... November 8.-Frank pressure, for it is not bejicved that the ton to the effected o dol. thorough aa4
    advance in rates the Bank of
    by England' .
    enforcement. We committee lasting cor*
    democratic candidate for
    ,:New York that has a contract suggest a Brown governor -
    company KAKSA8.&ANSAI can much diminish the shipments of goldto '"I want to iay for the benefit. ,
    with Athens for thlrtY1can. The council to report npott the propriety baler of has a majority of between 13,000"and 'Dlala
    had passed resolution holding cotton to be reduced to onejiundred and. : CITY, :.November 8.-Dfs- 20,000 as figured out democratic this o-mntry. The treasury has putout thai Hood's Sartaparllla U fafarrb.After .,
    H twenty-five pounds maximum. patches received from all parts of Kansas headquarters. The regular' democracy $1,500,000 more now treasury notes A .Permanent ewrer
    lip the payments of water rents, and instructing tailoring catarrh In my for a norm
    the waterworks committee if We, thd committee, ask to be allowedto where elections are being:, held to-day claim to have elected their entire Baltimore but has taken in the same amount of her yean, &d'lt.using yry obtainable I..remedy,I

    they: 'deemed it advisable! institute amend this report in that the secretary show that an orderly. and closely contest4cd -* city ticket by an average. of c 0,000 other lot ms of money. Throughout the waa o rut t teHood's
    .East and West and at most Southern
    proceedings to set aside the contract, of this convention have published in all election is iu progreis. Perhaps, .majority..
    'and also to investigate and report back papers friendly 'the,move, calling at. never in the history of the state has, the: MICHIGAK. I points, the money markets are well supplied Sarsaparlila'-
    for legitimate business and rates I did and after three four bottle* I sea
    tentlon using or
    to secretaries of organizations situation been more complicated. The .
    to the of Estimates based
    a tbe returns far
    feasibility erecting a system on so received a
    tend lower, .while collections improve to the mot annoying disease the human qw
    specified heretofore. asking that their ci- republicans thoroughly 'aroused and o
    waterworks: to be owned and the'
    give republicans a sweeping ."
    operated some extent: almost everywhere but tent to hento. P.R STOUT:
    es' ld
    lances clubs subordinate organiza.tions the hard. Serda
    by the city.L' .) or. fighting people's party While victory at Grand Rapids. Belknap, republican "
    adopt the policy as set forth add there are no state officers to I be elected peclally at the principal Western points.
    '
    Ialertate Bead 0........ 'candidate for the fifth congressional -: ADVICE; .TO W
    report! to the secretary of this convention.isame yet \1p judicial districts and counties party om
    The southern road congress. met in the district, .will\ be returned by 1,200 ,
    lines defined. and the ,fiohtla I If would
    closely
    kail or committee' L. f. Livingston are you protect yourself
    of the house of representative at to 1,500 majority. ,
    J.tlaDtaitlt week.. There.was a fate ,at-: ,' Georgia; Smllle A.. Gregg South, waged on the general; principles of Jhe Returns are alo.;'but present indications -. THE .WQODS.BURNING.. from Painful, Profuse, Scanty,

    lendance,'and the 'congress took about : Carolina; D.L'; Brown AlabamafAUA.Bligh : :..' people's party and .republican, doitrinea. are that the', republicans will elect J Suppressed or Irregular Menstruation .
    the same Ictlon'U that of the Georgia South CarolluaV.John"'O. Wad- 'The democrats have no hope of success, their Detroit city ticket bf a large ma- Alabama. Farmers Soffe'r Heavy<< Losses you must e' ,

    congress.: The meeting was called, to dell, Gtorgia.' Other resolutions were except: where they have fused ,'WIth, thepeople's jority. 'Mayor Pingree. republican can- : in Fencing and Timber.A f -i _.
    .
    'det'at 10 o'clock. S.'.)V. Mulllns.,, of .as follows\ : party1nnd'the contest with them' .didate, will run considerably ahead 'of )Montgomery dispatch of Uondf "'

    North Carolina, was 'elected president,, Resolved, That. the president of this is more for organization than.office. the rest of the ticket The' republicanswill says: Forest fires about a mile west of \ ,
    and Mr.'W. Q. Whldhy secretary. Qov- convention be authorized: to call this ore A dispatch from Topeka says: The also elec IB out of .16 aldermen. i Vernon have been burning since Thursday J BRJDfIEL .S
    similar convention at such time and place elections Kansas" Tuesday resulted in ,1
    enor Northen and Mayor Hemphlll delivered morning, and its pith is now about
    addresses welcome to the delegates us in his judgment may be best ty the1ntere't an overwhelming victory for the republi. a mile wide. Several larmer have sul fEMJLE

    and both declared themselves of the! cotton growers of the 'cans. Four county officers were elected fered already greaL lots ia the way 01 REGULATOR'
    ,sooth. in each of the 106 counties. The late-t THE CHILEAN AFFAIR.
    favor of the ,objects of the 'congress.' fencing and timber lands, and there ijauch
    Delegates were present besides those Resolved, That the representation in returns show that out of this total, 424 danger to residence and barns

    from Georgia, ,from ,Alabama California this convention shall be' double the representation officers, the advance people's party Las There is Jfo Complaint from the'Chileans The flames have been fanned by a strong; This will O.M1Y membr April 24,15
    that each state has in the not elected more than 60. List the cry, after o r
    Kentucky, Maryland, :Mississippi year Against :Minister Egan. wind and, have been. beyond control launodUta
    Missouri Carolinaand Tower Louse Of congress the delegate same number of county officers were elected Another forest fire is in Coon year* from nea.tual IrregularIty*
    North Carolina, South A Washington dispatch of Mondaysays reported being treated br phymiotaiM.wer .
    West to be appointed by the president of the In the state, and the republicans only toward the river the .at length bDef& by one
    Virginia, A committee was : It is authoritatively stated that no county, spreading U
    .
    various state agricultural societies and secured 112.. The people's party elected Ore of Ur.dflel honsss and barns its
    appointed to prepare business and a plan complaint has been received by the state burning on way J.W.
    fleet i*truly
    alliances. That when. delegates cannot 1 out of 10 district jd and that ia a wodcr 8Q
    of gr. There ba been tale in
    the no
    procedure for convention. The department from the Chilean severs
    government ,which contain
    attend shall be allowed to district where two claimedthe Book to WOMAN mailed FUR *
    committee reported as follows: "It is their own they alternate appoint nomination and republicans remained' the field. of the conduct of Egan, and that his months. ._ _ tillable lo O female dUetDi
    'the seme of the committee that labor and recall has not been considered by the BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO..
    property should each bear their proportion The convention adjourned subject to COLORADO president or secretary of state. ATLANTA MARKETS. ATLNTA. OA.BALE .
    the call of the chairman.. .
    , of the burden of road duty, And The weather was warm and cloudy, The flagging interest in the Chilean _WB .DHUQQItTB.It -r---- _.,

    thai we recommend to the legislature oft and the election was, beyond all question, affair was revived in a, measure Monday COJ1UCTED.TRULY.( is old-fashion
    %* different states in the congress, that FRIDAY'S FIRE RECORD. the most peaceful ever held in Denver. morning by the visit of eoor Montt to an notion

    ! such legislation be enacted as will best -- Considering the fact that?this is an off the department. lie remained with Ureerle.. that medicine has to .taste

    bring about the result and that special Destructive Work of the'' Flames at year, and that the Australian system Secretary Tracy for an hour. Then Secretary Coffeo-Itoat l-Arbaclde1* 21o f 100 ibowl '
    attention be given to the convict laws Various'Points. which went into effect bad disfranchised Tracy and Mr. Montt had fifteen ;Lion 31cLeverlDg's 20c. Oruen- itncholoo bad to do any good.Scott's .. .
    that Kill utilize beat colonies the vote minutes ,with ;Mr. Blaine. sic choice good 19o fair 18e
    to advantage said yet cast was a surprisingly Though the ; ; ; common
    convict labot ia working public roads.'* A Nashville dispatch says: About 8 heavy one. There were five tickets parties would not talk of what occurred, teiio.} Sugar-Granulated 4ASoiOff granulated Emulsion is cod-
    The o'clock Friday morning fire brpks out in in the field democratic there is to believe" that -01 powdered 601 cut loaf BJJOj white
    report was adopted unanimously.Mr. the Nsshville Gas republican, reason Montt's extra 0 Wet yellow extra 0 4c. LtyrupNewOrleans liver oil with it fish-fat taste
    J. W. Robertson, of Georgia, addressed Compan four-story prohibition people's party and people's visit had reference to the inquiry now choice 48@JXh: primo 8S 34Qo commono@8ac.
    the congress upon the advantage building. The third and fourth floors, non-partisan party, the two first pollinga being made at Valparaiso into the assault I Moltue*-Geiminc Cuba 3&g38uii.Istioji lost-nothing 1 lot but the

    of good roads. He Uted that one used for offices and sleeping, were burnedout. vote, the other three having little upon the Baltimore's sailors, and that in I S2nj25. Tea*-BUok 5@Wci( green
    and the rest of the drenched iO.. fiOo. Nutmegs a>i Cl.. i.Vffi30o. taste.
    , building 7C< c. vei
    horse could pull as much on an ordinary show. No state officers ,were voted for behalf of the Chilean government he

    macadam road. two can pull on 'a dirt with water.. The loss will probably reach, except chief justice of the supreme court, sought to secure the testimony of some of !. Cinnamon ginger 10@I:1Y.o.1110.: Bice Albpic.l0@lIc.-Choke 7C;Jamaica good- This is more .than a mat

    toad.' Any one could 'understand the $33,000. and but little scratching was done, and the American sailors as contained in the C/oj common 6KgOcj( imported Japan BfflTo.Salt .
    advantages of,:'good roads, and he be. Dispatches that the business portionof that entirely among names for local of. Scbley report. -HawleVs dairy SI 60; Virginia 75C.tlie te of comfort. Agreeabletaste
    lieved the people .should get togetherand the town of Loda. IlL, has been. destroyed ficers. The state department publishes the instructions : *e-Fuji cream, f Cheddar 12c flat
    by,fire. U%>i skIn .WWte fish, half bbl is always a help to di.
    build them. Mr. Gilchmt of Ala- XUUC VBSTfI. given to Admiral Brown in
    $4 00: pail* 6* Boaps-Tallow. 100 bar.
    barns, talked on the subject of the best The town of Newberry, Ind., suffered BOSTON, November 8.-Returns ,from March last. They were that he was to 73 The t300 3 73; turpentine, 60 bar, 60 Ib*, gestion. A sickening taste
    methods building: roads and the ,dif. severely by fire. Nearly the entire business the polls in tho city proper this morning act for the protection of American interest $300aU; tallow BO ban, flOlb. $25360.
    fereat road laws. He declared that by portion of the town waa destroyed, give but little indication of the large iu- only Admiral McCann, in his 'general Candles-Piraflne 13o< lIar IOe. Matcho. is always a hindrance.
    besides score of dwellings.. 400 $4 00;BOOt tI 00.3 75;'JOO 53 OOaS 73 80*,
    suing scrapers and other road tools, IelI1uch The Turnbuckle factory at Brazil, Ind. crease reported in the registration. All orders of February 22d, said; The t RTOM *3 75. ttoda -Kga, bulk 60;do 1 Ib; kp There is only harm in taking
    work can be done in two or three points report the polling to be atftadily commandrr-in-chief cautiously enjoinsthe 6 Wo;cane*, lib 6X0. do laud %lb>60, dokego. .
    the old system lie declared it we bad morning. Lou, $40,000 insurance or manifestation of inteiest The States of tbe South American naval force e} good loads about one-fourth. Fifty bands ..rcthrown to abstain ;lemon cream 9c; XXX glager snaps 0c;corn- taste.
    black from it
    our belu.'Would discusting
    buildup of various election officers state that the or criticising hill Oo. Candy Aorted stick O/o tVeaoh te'
    out employment. The factory ;
    and the people would prefer is owned and the Brazil voting this year U being done much the present unfortunate state of a1f.al1'1l1A mixed 11/io. Canned good*-CoodenVed' milk Sc.yy&
    to live in the countrjr than operated by more orderly and with greater rapidity Chile, and In no way to express any sentiment S6 OOaS 00; imit.tion mackerel $3 85a4 00; *& Wew York.B.aIS p.-
    moving to the towns. Mr. Robert Steel and Iron Compsny. than last year, showing that the' citizens or opinion either favorable or unfavorable mOD $d 00a7 60;F. W.oyiten '] 30U 30 L.W. .,
    Btonentreet, of Kentucky, explained bow Clinton Hunterdon county, N. J., have become accustomed to the technicalities to either side. While becomes atOO corn '200a375; tomatoes Si Oiis$ 50. i-alldreiiglMssrerTwliwsdo.' .e ?
    the roads was visited by a destructive fire Friday BaUpotanh 13 20. Starch Fearl 4'/5c lump -
    were built and kept U of the Australian our duty to maintain the strictest neutral.
    nickel
    system. Everywhere bYf package 1360; celluloid $5 00.Pickles ;
    order In Kentucky. Ee declared the night. Nineteen buildings, including the beat of order u being pre ity in our relations, it is also our interest plain or mixed pint f 1 001 40; quart* CreamCATARRHF BarmWILLtVIS .
    load scraper was the solution of tho road society balls, store bouses and dwelling, served.Midnight. and to the credit of the service and our $1 SOal! 6U Powder'-4tfle keg* 93 :50; K kegs Ey's dPtTAR

    ,roblcrl. Mr. J. W. Robertson intro were burned4. Loss estimated at$100.000. Nlnetl-nlne towns and New government to refrain from any expression $30UkegstlfA. hottWperseck.!
    duced a resolution endorsing The drying kilns of thb Franklin Lunv> that can be construed -
    a deep wa Bedford city give Allen 21128. Russell possibly :
    bar in Fl ar. Grate mmt Meal
    ter for Company Southampton county, offense either "
    appropriation Savannah which The last as an by .ratty.:
    towns
    16,024. same
    J'1ou-J'In& $0 00
    year gave patent second
    Va. ; patent
    were destroyed by fire. Lou about
    was adopted with but oa, dissenting $8,000. Partially Insured. Bracket 18 234. Russe'l: 14.688, net republican (5 73 1 extra fancy $3 U| fancy f 3 00; tamil Lr... .,air..J ._.._."..fn
    Voice A resolution In Jona.-No. 3 white
    was adopted inatracting gain 651. Russell has over 13,- 7Jol mWld7fc. OaU A- MOM
    the secretary to write the -Nai mlxe4. <*o; wh t* _r aneai nut Wama..
    ernors of the various southern gov 000 plurality in Boston.SKW 'THE DEPOT BURNED proof -a. nay-choice timothy, large bale. il X.TUS _ _

    flanking them for the interest state THR011GH' THE BRIDGE. JEBSET.THKSTOS 9:101 No. 1 timothy large b&1eeIOc; choS eQeQeoe'e.' .
    taken
    in And tie Central Kallroad of Georgia timothy small bale. 8i;No.1 timothy, small
    Cos cnresg and tequesting them to N J., November 3.-Democrat bales, 90o* tin % timothy smalt bale. StUUEST PIU. U THE WORLD\
    , further co-operate "itu tbe congress on 'Tumbled an Engine and Four Can, BKo .. will have a major.ty in both U A Heavy Loser. Uma-riaiB: bOos bolted 1110. Wheat bras 80o,-- 0TUTT'S .

    the question of conducting gtod roads Lives Were Lost.A branches of the legislature.\ At political The union passenger depot at Macon, Large sacks trio ; amall lacks 954 Cotton I

    A committee was appointed to select a dispatch from Danville, V ., says: At headquarters of the democrat in this I Ga., built in 1834, was burned to th, .eej crt 1ne -$18U GdU Pearl per ewt.'* 25.ntTT Steam ftLai S TINY LIVER PHXS
    per
    place meeting of tbe congress next 543 o'clock Monday morning an outgoing city the claim I. made that democratic ground Thursday morning. The fire e bY.aLYoUJ..e

    year. The commiUe is J. C. Nlcholsoja, freight train on the Richmond and Danville -' senators have. been elected in fludson, itarted about 8.40 o'clock through the (.. J're4.ee. Zzact at*,ahcwn in thi*border

    of AUbama; D, O. Puree of Georgia railroad collided with coal care Ilunterdoo. Middlesex and Sussex coun carelessness of a clerk who attempted toUrbt Eggs 30a: lo. Batter-Weitern creamery 25a. . . .. .
    B. Blonestreet ties. The democrats also claim to have coal with kerosene. SOot choice TeniMaw* aOt
    Kentucky; T. L. Veil which were beinz: "pushed by a shifting a stove Twenty Jo; other grade
    of North Carolina; W. II. Timmerman. epglne. The collision occurred on the I. elected forty assemblymen In the state. minutes later the roof was falling in, and lOalS/.o. Uve poultry-lien. S035a L younir f R E

    of South Carolina; K. T. Webb of MJu. iron bridge across: the Dan river, and the Returns up to 1 o'clock this morning the entirebuilding was a' mass of leap. chickens poultJy.Turlr.eJ'ltr25a3Uo-. t small dock 1518o.: Drewed EIEpet I'dJen.

    aourl. and J. M Williams, of Mississippi.. shock was so great that one span of the Indicate the election of the democratic lag, roaring flame la a short time the --'Iri U po ato ,new. i.:J 00*$3-60;chicken per bbL* ,.&..
    C U
    The committee senatorial ticket in. New Jersey, and 41 in ashes. The loss will fall R ,
    will confer by corro- bridge was knocked off the abutment structure wu brelulolem800 per btL HolWd )--&_- .. ,
    spondence end act later, carrying with it the. engine and four cars, out of 60 auemblymen. This will gin lesvfly upon the Central railroad beingat .- 8&100:\.il I* the oamb lOal.lc.: 0uitMW: U 00.. -A

    Tfc. ()*".. CBTcaU. all of which fell twenty feet into the the democrats majority of 39 on joint least flOO.ObO. Ia the offices which biG 110 prr per lb. Cabh6a. 1&U' per jb"" Grapes' .dwLE !

    The tewnt convention. of cotton grown river below. The water was shallow baHot, probably the Urges majority eves were located I. the depot some of the OPIUM outpaia. Uookof. iU

    at Atlanta did a great deal of good 1I0..er. and the engine wunot entirely held by eltbecj. >*rty ,legislature. most valuable records of the roads were .....Y........ ticoiar*acat t.."
    .
    and was the entering. wedge to ache submerged J P. Wiogate, engineer Callaa democrat, was defeated for the tept Several of .the files containing Clear ribIUbOs-d7aTc;b-eured bel. BWOLL'i.
    the eouon'problem; AU agreed then had his right arm broken and wu cut assembly In Hunterdon. Martin, democrat important papers were saved but many lira 10Y.o.tiggu-cwed baa 1 Y..UIc-.1ut1 ..U4 j

    was too much cotton planted but the about the bead; J. B, Royal, conductor, was elected to the senate ia thi more went up ia the flames. Some ofthe fart tobraaaDdaven tacos. Wk.'.;Oahtonoia a8c. ; break. PENSION No P.nsIOL "o F.

    sjuesiian of bow to get a concert of M. right arm and left leg broke; McKjnnie, same county by 500 YOt<<. most important records of the road ;8reud J.&n1-hrt -q leaf '
    a.erWJJ
    SKMI so that no farmer wiU plant mote cut about the body and injured interallyt MARYLAND.BALTDIOU were destroyed. It will be much trouble 'L

    than Ida neighbor U a difficult oste Will QuUenberry, brakeman, both November 8.-Election and hard work to restore the lost KPords c::..... A

    This question ia unsettled but at ...., lag*11ro el}. daj being a legal holidsy. the banks if it caa ever be done. :UarUt qolet-UUdUng TVe. &mwrc-u.




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    REV DR TALMAGE.ip&DIIBotUCLYN corn down on Nebo anti alone bury him, nc, would allow the decpotisni against Eta pea rOB THE not E"lfE. Mow to Set a Table

    roan or woman or angel worthy to attend pie to go no fartheri Making brick without -. .
    the obreqtile str-wl 1
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    The child grows no and goes ont and studies That oppression still got on.. Demand GtUlttD 8TEA "Ltarn flrlt" 111' belmonloo fa tin '
    DFTOWE'SCrick BUN- the horrors of Egyptian. oppreMion and appropriate wardrob* and ': article In the' November Ladled Home
    -= DAY dERALoN uppresse indignation, for the right bountiful table without providing( the means. Dip lira steak;: )1n a small qnan-/ A roundtable
    table.
    time ha not for demanding Journal, "how to set a
    come. although once a mliv. tlt'CtlMry-bricka without straw Cities oil. <
    ute he and when he raw a taskmaster in the pnblio school faithful and till of salad Chop eom is better than a square table, If the t

    Eattjectt Without Straw." put the whip on the back of a workman who successful instruction without Riving the parsley Very fine And, r dd to It dining room Is large enough' permitit.
    wa doing bill bent, and heard the poor fel- Wtcherscompetent livelihood-bricks with ot lemon If hot'then the ordinary oblong extension .
    low and the blood Mow United demanding pepper salt and a few drops
    err SAW spurt, ont straw. States government used. roundtable
    table be The
    TKtl "Tfc- Burrf-n _/ Enpt Isaiah doubled the* fist and track him on the of senator and congressmen at jnlce. MIX well with this! ono-hftll : must
    easierto
    is much more preferable and
    2l temple till cruel villain rolled over in the Washington full attendance: to the Interests
    %, L sand exanimate: and never swung the lash of the people, but on compensation! which ounce of butter Broil tho steak, amt! scat people at, besides it plvcs a snj.
    What it all this excitement about In the again Served him right I may have done Well enough when twenty'' when hot dish rub tho 1i pestlnn of tho famous "King/ Arthur and / .
    *txwet* of Cairo. Egypt thus December. placed on a .
    But HOM, are yon! going to undertake five cents went a* for as a dollar now, but of the Round Table. Flow eorrleunt :
    voices 1889 Stand back I We hear the Impossibilities You feel that :you are In these times not sufficient to preserve their parsley mIxture well into lU Lift a'' the Knights ,.JU boat l,
    load and cee the crowds of CM should never be absent from the dta
    people retreating going to free the Hebrew from bondage Influence and r.pectabUlty-briolts without '
    to the Bide of the street The ezeltemaot But whore Is your army' Where U your straw. steak: always by the fat not by tho i net tabl No mutter how homely, hey -eTert cent yWve paid, forlit,11 it

    of other become oar own exclteWent. navyf Not a sword, have you, not a spear In many part ot the land churches demanding lean part, elso the jl so will mu out. add to the plctnrfsquenesi of I the feast, A.tneiiUIcino
    Footmen come In ht. They bare not a chariot, not a bone Ah I God was of pastors vigorous sermons and''' I. Let u< tee how table is set! for a lath doesn't benefit or curd jronV t r
    a rod In the band and taraeled cap on beadS on hi side, and He ba an army of.Hi own. sympathetic service on starvation aalaryt! -(Washington Star. tablets that promises this U ondi that'
    lonablo 'dln On the ,
    their er'r.rtl.
    arms and feet are bare. Their The snowstorms are on God's: side; witness sanctified Cicero on four hundred dollarsa I
    garb i* black to the waist,except a* threaded the snowbanks in which the French army of year. Brlcus without straw. That is one first placed tuck flannel cloththe, premIses to help yon
    ,with sold and the rest; is white. They are Invasion wa burled on their way back front reason why there are n many poor brick BAKED BEEF'S nunT I thicker it is the' better, as it 'medicine'of'
    .clearing the way for an official dignitary In Moscow. The rain Is on Hit side; witness In all departments. bricks not even or Soak the heart for three hours in ; noise of ho dishes ft1'they are paced on But there's only one .
    meMriotorcarriage. They are swift, and the 18th of June at Waterloo,when the tern bricks that crumble or bricks that are not its kind that can nod docs promisoit.
    fcmetime run thirty or forty mile at peat so saturated the road that the attack i brick at aU.fork adequately paid for U cold ,water, take out the muscle and it Over this is spread a enowy'whitedamask i
    stretch in front of an equipage. Make could not be made on Wellington' forces worth more than work not paid tor. More ; tablecloth, bearing: the family It's Dr.Pierce Golden Medical Dis-
    wayl They are the fleetest looted men on until eleven o'clock, and be was strong straw and then better bricks' wash tho inskle clean. Make a dret crest of coat-of-ermi. Sometime over

    earth but soon die, for the human frame enough to hold OltlaW re-inforcements ar But in all department there arePhiraohs; Ing of ono cupful, (tof bread crumb, '; this is placed still another of elaborate covery. It's the yuaranleeti rem'edj1for ,
    was not made for-ich enduranoft.I ,
    rived. sometimes Capital a Pnaraohand sores times all Blood Skin and Diseases .
    and lace lined with pink or Scalp
    asked all round me who the man In the Had that battle boon Labor a Pharaoh. When Capital prospers, one tablespoonful of chopped parsley, : embroidery l
    earri&ge wall but no one seemed to know. In the morning instead Ofsnecldl1veo'oloclr and makes a large percentage on it* investment melted tmttcr yellow satin, ss taste dictates or whatever from a common .blotoaaor'
    Yet as I fell back with the rest to the wall I tiny of Europe would have been turned the and declines to consider: the needs of ono tableipoonf of color it to predominate at the dfn
    said This i* the old custom found all up and'down wrong way. The heavy rain decided every the operatives, and treat them as so many half a teaspoonful of sweet() innjoram, ner. The plates are first placed upon the eruption to. tho; worst scrofula. It.i
    the Bible, footmen running before the thing. So also are the winds and the waves human machines-their nerves no more than table. At these are to remain until After clcansep' purifiatand; enriches the ,
    'Ynkt-B, demanding; obeisance, as in Qeneil on God's side. Witness the Armada with the bands ou the factory wheel-then Capital : half a teaspoonf of salt and a pinch ,
    before J eph'l chariot the people were com one hundred and fifty ships and twenty-six I its Pharaoh. On the other band.when of black pepper; mix a lflU the! soup is servedthey are always the hand blood, invigorates the pystpna, 'and,
    manded, "Bow the knee;" and as I lee the hundred and; fifty guns and eight thousand 'workmen, not regarding the anxieties and somest in tho' gold or %china sets as the '
    .swift feet of the men follows by the swift sailor and twenty thousand soldiers sent out business struggle of the firm employing heart Tie with .a twine and wrnp case may be. Don't crowd. Etch guest cures Salt-rheum, !letter. 'Ec omt. ,

    'y feet of the horse*,'bow those old words of by Philip 1L of Spain: to conquer England. them, and at Sue time when the firm are closely.In a cloth. Tat In a taucopaii" should be allowed: 'pace of two lod'01' Erysipelas and\ll manner of WfX>d;
    Jeremiah rushecmhrough my mind, "If thou What became of those men and thatshlp- doing their best to meet an important con if the table will admitof
    hast run with the footmen and they hare ping} Ask the wind and the waves all tr.waad need all hands busy accomplish'' and stir. until tender. Take up Remove twenty-five inches, taints from whatever causa. 'Great
    wearied thee, how canst thou contend with along the English and Irish coasts. The it, at such a time to have his employee make : cloth it, and the plates placed M'equal distance heal k'
    homes men and ships all wrecked or drowned or a strike and put their employers into extreme I tho put In a batdng-pan apart. Place two dinner forks to Eating Ulcers rapidly under '

    Now, my hearer*, in this course of sermon scattered. Bo I: expect that Moses will be perplexity and severe loss-then Labor becomes 1 and brown in a quick oven. Tnko up the left of filch plate, On tho right its benign influence ,
    I am only serving you as footman, and clear helped in rescuing the Israelite by a a Pharaoh of the worst must be dinner knife and a for '
    tag the way for your cominz Into the special weaponry. To the Egyptians the and must look for the judgment oppression and "terve with b'oWIIIIlUCe..- spoon at the It's ,tho,best blood-purifier, and it'* f ; '
    lasses
    'wonders of Egyptology a subject that Iwontd Nile was a Its waters were then as Let all oppressor whether in homes, in Ladles' dome soup. each are arranged yt\ '
    hare you study far beyond anything now every delicious. It wa the finest natural churches, in scores, in offices, In f factories, In [ Companion. right of guo't Oil a lino with tho tho cheapest no matter hoW' many \

    that can be said in the brevity of put beverage of all the earth. We have no social life or political life, in private life or roots edge of the piste. The water glass doses are offered for ,a'dollar-for
    pit utterance. Two hundred mid elg ty- such love for the Hudson, and Germans have publlo life know that Uod hate oppressors U set next to the plate. Then glasses
    nine times does the Bible refer to Egypt and no such love for the Rhine and Russians and they will all come to grief here or here TEMriINCT'r FOR IN"ALtDS. for whatever other beverages intended, yon pay only for,the good you gete;
    ;Ejyptfaas. No wonder, for' Egypt was have no such love for the Volga a* the Egyptians after. Pharaoh thought h* did a fine thing
    the mother of nation. ED'ptthe mother have love for the Nile. a cunning thing, a decisive thing when forth Would you like to 1.10of a little (to be served. A Bias" whether of wateror 'Nothing, else: is "just as good"? astho

    of Greece; Greece, the mother of Home; But one day, when Pharaoh come down *complete extinction of the Hebrews in dish that invalids find trrosUtlulo, and'adultl any other liquid, should never be filled Discovery." It maybe bctte
    Rome, the mother of England the motherof to this river, Mows takes a stick: and whips Eg pt be ordered all the Hebrew boy massacred more than three-quarters full. tl
    our land. According to they Egypt Lour the waters, and they turn into the gore of n but he did not find H so fine a thing also? Here .is the recipe for -for the dealer But ho wants.

    ereat-great-ETandniothor.. laughter house and through the sluices and twhan PU .hi. *V"niVM_ _flfe... bola fchafe night A--? th--*- riBtroying -_- producing it: Boll liard'sevoTttl. eggs The ftar of future. nil .1*In itself the greatest and
    want help.
    On other I Sabbaths I left you studying fishpondathe: incarnadined liquid backs up angel dropped dead on the raosalo of tvlls. money. you ,
    what they must have been in their glory; into t.beland and the maledor whelm every. floor at the loot of the porphyry pillar the When; cold cut them in two, and lake I 1
    the, HypoItJle ballot ICaroao, the' architectural thing, from mud hovel to throne room. Then palace. Let all the Pharaohs take warning. tho
    miracles of Luxor, the Colonnade came the frogs, with horrible croak all over Bom of the wont of them are on a small out the yolks without Injuring, I BEWARE THEM-
    I of Horemheb the cemeteries of Memphis, every tWo!f. Then this people, cleanly almost seal in households, as when a man, because cup-like halves bf the whites. Put. ,
    the Sphinx, which with lips of stone speaks to fastidiousness were infested with his arm to staroug and his voice loud, dominate ,
    loud enough to be heard across the< centuries Insects that belong to the filthy and unkempt hi* poor wife into a domestic slavery. all tho yloks, together) in a basin and I '

    Heliopolls and Zoan the conundrum of and the air bUlled and buzzed with There ar. taousand of such case where boot them with salt a lit "
    nrchieologists. But all that extravaganceof flies and then the distemper started oows to the wife i* a lifetime serf her opinion disregarded up popper, ,8. S. S. WILL CURE. Thsro;J&
    palace and temple and monument,was bellowing and horses neighing,and camel her taste insulted, and her existencea ,tie cayenne, some.Worcester sauce (or Cheap .
    the cause of an oppression high as heaven to groaning, as they rolled over and exired. I wretchedness, though the-world may not .
    end deep as hell. The weight of those know it.. It is a Pharaoh that sit at the other kind, if preferred), and tufll- Imitations, My daughter had. eaa* of ohroaio, only one t rpn

    blocks of stone, heavier than any modern And then bolls, one of which will put a bead of that table, and a Pharaoh that tyrannise clout butter penetrate the mass and Bciema, which for1' Orer'n>* TIara,' I '
    machinery could lift, came down upon the man in wretchedness, came In cluster from that home. There to no more abhorrent 'should be S.,8'VS; .
    Hebrew staves and their blood mixed the the top ot the head to the sole of the foot. Pharaoh than a domestic Pharaoh.' Induce 1 it to cohere Now_ shape, the hadbamedtheakitlofthebestphy yk

    mortar for the tro lVel8. And then the clouds dropped hail and light- But it rolls over on m* with great power yolk into, round balls .of the shape 'avoided.They sicians. Aa ah wa dally growing :Take no, rt.worse
    We saw again and again on and along! the ilng. And then locust came in, swarms of the thought that we have all peen slave I quit all other treatment and
    Ufle boss workman roughly smite a subordinate them.'worse than the grasshoppers were down in Egypt, and sin ha been our taskmaster and size of real yolks and l'ue.ch other.
    who did not him. It is have felt It* neve commenced using 8. B.' 8. 'Before ,
    pleats no in Kansas, and then darkness dropped for and again and again we 'the
    rare occurrence to see long lines of men three days so that the people could not see lash. But Christ: has been our Moore to lead Into one of tho cups formed by flniahingthe' : second bottle the scaly'' ':

    under heavy burdens passing by taskmasters their band before their face, great surges of us out of bondage and we'are forever free. whites, Lay them on a glass dish, curd Incrustation had nearly disappeared-. I continued,
    at short distances, uuhiug them as they midnight covering them. And last of all, The Red sea of a Saviour's sacrifice rolls deep ,
    KO by into greater speed and then these on the night of the 18th of April, about and wide between us and our aforetime and garnish' them with green leaves. and are using 8. a, s. until she wa entirely,'cured.. I waited

    workmen, exhausted with tha blasting heat eighteen hundr 1 yean befor .Christ, the bondage, and though there may be desert !Serve:! with thin brown broad and before reporting the case to us if the cure was permanent. j
    of the day lying down upon the bare Destroying AS sweep* past; and hear itaU :yet for n* to cross, w* are on the way to the oftendangerous. :
    ground, suddenly chilled with the night sir nightlong, toe flap I flap I flap I of his wing Promised Land. Thank be,unto God tor butter.-[Atlanta Constitution.. Seig'saWfiedthatshelstre.dlfromthean' It
    crying out in prayer "Ya. Allah T "Y, until Egypt rolled on a great: hearse, theIdest this emancipatintGospel. noying diI.... for all tim to come, I send you this;
    Allah which means 0 God I IO Uodl! But child dead in every Egyptian borne Come up out of Egypt ally who are yet sandy Dottom -lla. 1
    what must have been the olden times The eldest ion of Pharaoh expired that night enslaved. 'What Christ did for us H* will V. VAUGHN', .
    cruelty shown by the Egyptians towards in the palace and all along the streets of do for you.: "Jxoduar'lII! the word. EKe>> OWLET PICKLED TOMATOES.I ,.'
    their Israelitish slaves Is indicated by a picture emphisand[ Heliopolis, and all up and down dual Instead the brick kiln of Egypt I bare used this receipt for hntk BOOKS ON BLOOD AND SKIN '',DISEASES FREL
    In theBeni-Hagsan tombs, where man the Nil.there was a funeral wait that would come into the empurpled vineyard of God. i
    Is held down on his face by two men and lavsrent the fold of the unnatural darkness whereon* cluster of grapes to bigger than tomatoes, and found them very goOd, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ca. _
    I another holds up the victims feet while the It it hid not been Impenetrable.' the one that the spies tae Israel, I writes Mrs.. Rand. Instead of pooling '
    officials beat the bare back ''of the victim, The Itraelltish horns, however, were un ites by the Brook Eshool,though that cluster i }t 3. I
    very stroke, I have no dcubt, fetching the touched But these homes were full of prep. was so large thnlt wo DOra between two them J prlck them. Use seven pounds dSEp $ n m l

    # blood. ration, for DOW is :your chance, U ye upon a staff." ,. I pt fruit four pounds of one "GermanForThroat f
    Now you see how the Pharaohs could afford wronged Hebrews! Snatch np what piece Weioom an by sla epprsssed, sugar 0 W tEAa .
    to build such costly works. It cost them of food yon can and to the desert Ito W-Icome in His sacred n"i [.pint vinegar, iwo toaipoonf each of
    nothing: for wages-nothing but the tears jnoons arp better tnan ,the bondage; you Nothing<< : eroughi lllm from,b.T1 ,
    : and brood of the toilers and tears and blood have suffered. It* scorpions will not thing .* tjoililng bat redeeming (or*. f mace :cinnamon,, and cloves Afterprlcklqg ;' \ \ "LDl\B.! .

    are cheap drink for devils "Bricks without so sharplyasthewrongs that have stung ,pat Jn a kettle with alternate Syr ''II" ,
    ,'traw",may not suggest"so"much hardship you all your HTM.. A way I TU man who Wftrllke> llairatUns of Oid.In p LS 1
    until you know that the bricks were usually was cradled in the basket of papyrus on theN ,layers.of sugar. Heat slowly in'bringing tJ50 Z ". t i tfi
    made with "crushed straw. straw crushed will lead you. Up I Up I I. This Is the 'the old days'the Hawaiians seem to 'to a boll l. add vinegar and spices ,
    by the feet of the oxen in the tbrtuhinz.and/ night of your rawme. They gather together have been always ready for fighting,-and j2oo ,
    :, this evusbed straw denied to the workmen at a signal. Alexander's armies and all the to baTe set about it in a most deliberate boll five minutes, take out the fruit andturigs .
    they bad to pick up here and .there a pieceof armies of olden tim were lei: by torches on '
    stubble or gather rushes from the water Ugh poles,' great crest of. fire; and the .,;al.. 'A* a matter of couria every maD'was with a perforated skimmer and spreadon "I have ,been ill for l

    4 aida This story of the Bible is confirmed x>rd Almighty kindle torch not held by regularly drilled la the use of .ptArI dishes to cool. Boll the syrup thick; Hemorrhage "about, five years.., 'WI
    L
    tbo fact that of. the brick walls of human hands out hand. DOUCLAS'$3.SHOF'.OtNfPtIEN
    by many .omnipotent Javslin l sling and stone, and all other :
    .
    Egypt have on the tower layer brick: made Not made ont of Iw.wor oil, but kindled pack the fruit In gloss jars and pour "have had ,the best
    offense and defente. la time
    with straw, but the higher layers of brick: out of the atmosphere, such' a torch as the meant of the on boiling hot. It is well to Five Years "medical advice; *
    made out of rou straw or ruibes front the world never saw before and never will sea of war, says the I'uroditt tf M* Podfle, syrup "
    and the'first"dose
    river bank, the truth of the Book of Exodus again. It reached from the earth unto the all were. .required to follow their chief to examine them occasionally during the took JTHt BEST 8 HOB anut tSftU fpfl paLHMB* ,
    thus written in the brick walls discovered by heaveD, a pillar of fire that pillar praotl- who showed in some doubt This result 0pt1ITLXMErraedLADIEI.ean
    fluid and "
    .the modern ezp:orer. cally laying, "This way I March this way rOn the. any man any first month to see If there srq anySigns "ed In dew hours easy sleep.;There Ian br wcaria 1 i. Aebgw rev.1' d "
    of cowardice had hit slit met it.waste al_, aad la.
    ears mamrMaeaUeal
    That governmental outrage has always that supernatural flambeau more than a symptoms of fermenting In case there are, f .
    been a"characteristic of Egyptian ruler million refugees set'' their eyes. MONt and and wa led into the camp with a rope was no furtherhemorrhagetiUnext"day at dealer aver ..ID
    Taxation to the point of starvation was the Aaron lead on. Then come the families of around hi*body-a measure which great sot the Jars uncovered in a kettle of when I had a.slight attack fat ,. aio who > ."fcT*,W. Latllwa. ..
    .]Mien rule in the Bible times a* well as srael. Then come the herds and flocks lyatsisted tho nervous in" overcoming water and !heat until the contents are which stopped'almost immediate b .flM *a* aa4 Mteejiaeiped o _
    own time. A modern traveler moving on across the sands to what U the W.alM.Brwfcni..
    "
    gives the figure concerning the cultivationof beach of waters now called Bibr-el-KuUum their fears. ..c 1ded. Ilusk-to'maibcs are Cory nice ly. By the third day all trace or lar-TAKB "O'. M _.

    seventeen acres, the value of the yield of but called in the B.ble the Red Sea. And Borne of their war custom were almost in. this and It requires less "blood had disappeared and I had SasigeateeMsdvuti.ddesianlap.lrfejy a, ,
    the field stated in plasters: _-bth._.herolaof i theyMosaic.in-ire hltlA waters, identical/ with those of the Fljiaoi, as, put ap way,. "recovered much strength The ,' -

    traduce.: .... ... ...1,803 : passage rolled over for instance, the boastful shouts ot dernince'aud time than it would to peel and preserve "fourth day I bed and ate 8
    .Expense................ mu me. IsraalitUh _< __ them. -Prairie Farmer ,:j *;ut"up.ln *t f. tf. ,..,.. ...r.
    After threedays march the the advance 01 scuts, or 01 n "my amner, me Brat soua tooator"two /ODDr.lo&\,W'.. '

    Clear produce..............'......... > u refugees enosnwel for the night oa the tingle warrior, deridiagly carrying only -. months. Since that time I,, n. I.. .0psea.
    .ruee..I........... '...... ..99t' banks of the Red Hea. .Aa the shadow begin fan I.lt to brush .barrel si flier! : l kt.
    to fall In the distance Is seen the host ofPharaob a away nOV EUOLD HOTS. have gradual/ gotten better, and 1_. I r..

    Amount cleared by the farmer,... -8ISN in purralc. There were six hun and challenging the foe to attack him Cream and acids do 'not curdle am now able to move about the 5.5._11'"WI. .lit t.t p sod to.s..arI..y ..,
    dred finest war' chariot, followed by com- singly ,Perhaps, in reply,, a dozen 'I N"Me W_W a.ry e..iIea. j
    Or, as my authority declares, seventy per mon chariots, rolling;at t ull speed. And the would be cut at him at once, and ,while milk and acids will. "house. .My death was doily expected _. .... .l'l' 7 aatuflraUMII-Aa t
    coot of wbat the Egyptian farmer makes Utterinj of the wheel and the cu.of In- spears and my recovery has + .
    paid for taxes to. the &overument. Now, nriated Egvptains .came down with the these he avoided,by nimbly twisting or To prevent layer cake from slicking, ."a great surprise to friends ben ,,'..r'I eat-
    Is not much taxation: as assassination. darkness But the Lord opened the crystal aside or stooping. Sometimes my
    that so jumping the tins and dust WIUiM tk.'
    fa.a
    little "
    You say, "W by did they stand itr Be- gates; of Bahr- l-Kulzum: and the enslaved he caught them in hi* hand and hurled grease the doctor. There can be no doubt v...1. l.t... I'

    reuse they h.Uo, stand it. You sea along uraellte passM into liberty, and then the them back at his assailants. Hour "about the'eflect of German Syrup,: PILES I I "* *.0.5.ir acs.t,M.saa/J, An '
    back! In the world' twilight there was a crystal gale of these* rolled, shut against iHMHIxly
    famine Canaan and old Jacob and bis the Egyptian pursuers. The Hawaiian\ carried :ito banners; If sponge-cake is mixed with cold "a I had an attack just previous' t 0. .. J.. _. I.I

    pow cauie to Egypt for bread. The old nun's It was about two o'clock in the morning but the idole, borne by the priests, acted water' it f.i yellow. j but It tie water be "its use The only was .. '.. '. old'1e.C.iN. a"UYhlci ,,
    boy. Joseph was prime minister, and JosephI when the interlocked axle tree of the the first dose.'! .
    and the
    a* rallying'point* inspired com* I.RLol1GUUgAD, '
    hot the cake will :
    boiling be white
    suppose the father and the brothers called Egyptian chariots could not move all inch ,rKl'a
    with A of truce Adelaide. 0 u.
    baUoU a flag
    vigor ,
    him Joe, for it doe not make any differencebow either way. But the Rsd son unhitched Austrla .
    much a boy is advanced in worldly suc- hones and nnhelmeted the ;warriors, and they sent young banana tree, whose In roaaLing'nieat turn with a spoon, ..k.. wu' ,

    his father and brothers and sisters alCMS left the proud host a wreck on the Arabian broad and long silk- greeia leav*. waved instead of a fork a* the: latter pierces S50M 1 ..**. 7 I'''A ',
    'way call him by the twO name that b* wa sands.' Then two ehoruM arose, and Moses and RpaWARD
    the chief
    u they moved. Then the meat and lets the AGENTS WANT D 04 SIU8T.
    called by when two years old-Joseph, by led the men in roe nod Miriam led the Juice out. .r
    Pharaoh's permission gar to his family, women in tb* other, and the women beat priests of both tribe met, to decide'oa b_Jk J. Weed of elS." a eamseledue kaJD g/ jew P.WS Cb wbsl t
    who had just arrived. the richest part ot time with their feet. Thsreoord says: "AU terms of peace. This done, ther..cri- A teaspoonful of corn starch mixed 1 rfuawCn. p.. 1 ;.. L'rwa.tWWi,'.'AaI'.o.ta'CM puklnj; WI-.T uu wMf B"... ,,..

    Egypt the Westcbester farms or the Lance... the women went oat after her with timbrels deed a pig and poured Its blood on the with a capful of salt will remove an! DowT.e. -.DI.- 2 & t 7i
    _
    Ur. forms of the ant-ienU. Jacob's descendant and with daiioe*. And Miriam answered .w ) JkadCss"
    *rapidly multiplied.AftegawblLEgypttookaturnatfamiw. I them Bingy* to the Lord for H., hath ground .. a symbol of the fate that possibility of dampness In f the shaker. *.W.. .n- T SICK .4 -,. .
    triumphed gloriously the bone and hi. awaited the truce-breaker. IV. B. ELLIN- COmxsvrox Dr. I. .. I a .
    i nod those descendant of Jacob the Israelite rider hath h*thrown into the _.. What A. wreath of the fragrant maile was Scald the bowl in which the butter KOKTH CAMJLIXA. t ,Booa--1 I. .

    I *, came to a great storehouse which Joseph a thrilling story of endurance and victory.Bo woven by the leader of both aide and and Sugar are to be creamed tor cake; BOE V4Ay.
    ;
    bad provided, and paid 10 money for corn. the burden of oppression was lifUdbutnother TOtIi .I.T TA"e AmY ,
    K Dot after ewnile the money car out and : burden of En'P18 made up of desert deposited u their joint offering in one the hot dUu. heats the butter so that It Sl .,. i ..TAU4.ars.. C.tl..e., ": 1...-.L

    : then they paid in cattl .After awhile met *. _Indeed, Africa Is a great: contbuator desert of the tt mplef. Herald were then sent will blend much easler'with the sugar. _".& eSWaM.10 te..rwsc LAI1a.. U. .... ...... ... .
    c ttl.were all in posarsalon of the government deserts, Libyan desert, Sattara < round to proclaim peace. J.ye .
    ,and then .the. Hebrew bought. corn desert here and Cher.andyoedar, condemning Thi result generally ocured When making white cakes use one.
    w the governmtat.b1 lurrtndering themeoiv4 vet regions of Africa to barrenw-ss. one happy :
    from
    as slave*. of the desert tore thousand miles loaf soda when the opponent wen well matched, half teaspoonful more ,of cream of .
    .Where was help to come from? Not the thousand mile wlda. Bal all thou dawn la which cat*, each acknowledged them. tartar than soda this Cold
    a* extra
    quantity
    taron' Pharaoh eat upon that,' Sot' the "w yet be flooded and M m4 f*rcll.. P* selves to b* luka Ina- 4. .., beaten. But
    IN1J1Y"rD8RDQ'IOmc.n commsn-Jed that. Lsssvps says it eon be don, and h*woo planned the of cream of tartar makes the eggwhite
    surrounding nations'Pharaoh'. threat the BUM canal which marrie the Red U either party was .Ttctorioot" then'
    Hot Dada them ail Jrcmbia. Not" tbeco4a-D: Sat and the ttsdifc-rrooeau know wb.t he. voaqoUhal were treated. slaves and stiffer. -J" o ,

    taco and omta or the goddl.7sis, forPharaoh Ia taking aboatL mad. to cutofoU their own land for the It doughnut are cut rout &G hoar 4 .
    built their taoipUsont of th groan Another burden of Egypt to be lifted lethe .
    of this diabolical servitude. B.t oat not burden -MohanuMdaalsm, nttbough; conquerors Same ware aacriflwi OB before they are fried to4llaw a little Oonsunlpt1i;
    ot thing about that re- the altar of the Uoolthlrtfy god of war
    day th*Princes Tbooort, the danghtar: tbarenrom goad time for risingihey will be much
    rliaraoh whit in bar battling boos on the igJon. It*diactpU mast alway wash be- and (heir wire* and children became the
    fennksof;the Site.' hu word brought bar.that tots they pray and: that to an tunas a day.A property of the] victor lighter. Try cutting at sigbtand fryIng HOARSENESS AND ALL AFFECTIONS Of* THE THROAT AND
    afloat on the rive in_a era- commeoaabla grace to cW..IIRCltlQar L\NO'
    is a baby In the moral
    there "
    made out Of big Leave drink to positively! forUdJeo by Yobewmadaoym og.Auirallssj TAYLOR'S CHEROKEE BEMEDY 'OF'
    410t
    ot _ne then 1& *xmtn all up awt. and though toot may have seen a Onp te. !. a Un..'. Throat.A ; E

    own Ike banks, for a.ordinary baby toe drunken Motama> rtan>..IJU'V.-.w- It bone belonging to Mr. Jame XU.ier..ofPlIUllri11eqult XMelgM XarrfsfMidnight -*.
    milinc attsntioa.feat to a raUctan of sobriety. Th s) they are not
    ordinary cradle attracts W"-e sail eatlmt hi* usual aI. marriages are becoming SWEET
    aerations.
    infant in a cradle of papyrus f06""* ashamaa of hair
    an
    oa *river arouses act only admiration, ncurioMty. tor prayers. fa*oand 4 front tk* mina tk!!ets UMif.h. lowance and began Toeing flesh. Mr. Mil fashionable la Australia. A clergyman GU1I'ANO., MULLEI
    W .w. varolto razttb
    that boat bo immiattly
    Who mad let ad that bit appetite wo gone. ''
    hkkneeaand *opp of a towns New South Wales
    with bitunwo ;Hbo ground ...a.ta1Ja *> baa IS ,
    Bad it watertight
    the appetite :
    of the matter
    BsckWot the mJCQdtla.who crowd of Bpactatort or t*Urn no *mbar.rassmaottvproof The truth WM been that '
    lay baocbedlt baskiog IbMnselv-s the sun, the maUn -I to...' Chriotion wh wa at the old mad, *o to peak, but recently complaining itla Ask year inrdd in resut DB TAIL

    wade 111 amt snatch ap the child, aa4.GrI& omits bbpn yen itpeople or looking.Koh.mm.daa the horse had gotten a piece of grape* oo more certain of a good ulf ht's rest -. -fe It 10.t
    .. iu
    with
    CM cirri-him and. then another car.rteahun. !' 1& toucha. Ma.harmed ygam vine aateoed &a'oas hla throat te such &baa. fashionable doctor Not that
    and atf th* the bank: he run* blights *v rr img
    ol way UU Thonorte no rushes ont IU oandar.. bat four viva and manner that he could not mMtlfst. Dr. ministration to the sick and dying
    care-vet.
    .
    *gantlet ".Bel.UiulfanndUjig.lwta his foilow-n..* the ea sale of goodammedaniaai Miller the vetioary surgeon took out
    boost.nnd
    ,
    of the bathing arm disturb bU slumbers but '
    :
    You womanhood- Jl pat tttUan be i* eoutla* U..1Coagh Medkiad Reeoetuwadrd.brP
    adopt yo4M my own. the obstruction. It" almost wonthrough p,
    .hail yea wear the Egyptian cro_ and stttM 'I' eane- all Egypt. and .p. ala- In one place where the hone had nally belag gaped _poa to unite a Cara whey. all elw tads. Pl+..ant and agraeab t
    throw sal Arab",,* Ibaa aM f.eaeWstmChrI1 taste, GhiLlrep tae. it witbonl obj.ot/oa/ Dp tlratrRta
    1 U Egypt*". ov_ .d lmaing Uaa lapped U with his tongue in a vain en happy couple between the hour* of Jl ,l
    be t.beemaacJpdor
    t ot Nol the Hebrew Ito! Not*. He Tall Ie to tt u aU thkilos. i 'LncIt kelp the bran and 1"'I4T..ba eoiuMiratwt oo.boog I' darer to 181110.1.. Tte bone is eat at night and < la the mom I.,. "Oat
    "" who or* |in< sew.Iiidtse4J
    all hose wktwh. ws M everything in tight
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    ! of 117 marriage I have celebrated
    attder tile taU is among aU "' 8autf5.S.t.oa .
    wvithmg Wore f fagot it r mosspat more ( na.) '
    j tba eut* of u i spa wilt -J1ba1i8 Bat tacC that c-.JUt oat.rap the last jrear Jf took place at there -

    " Zoaa aid TwIetGn alone him: tfeto one that d N t owa'- tile He- are so remarkably abundant lathe .nearthJy hour.IS |a to be hoped T UC
    mout&ia top.. make
    t Sm.receive Use a the lmltty a l.w that totion brewswaresitb.t within a.w.uag eo.pdW That wee to the Jut Northwest that they.. sold at oas that so foolish aa Idea will not become

    i: ibabwlb..fouda.... When- of h alt* b good dead law 004 white will I strew bride. that broke 1M.I.. back, Clod cent apiece. popular America.-[Chicago Tim s. 1 :. It's nrw a e r J





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    8 THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, NOV. 13, 1891. .

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    Flood and Ebb: f a short,time at'Melbourne on Monday, l\ 1.1 : The Bazaar win carry A ull.llne of
    .. returning from their trip to Lake Worth. m-.m i ,9 .
    They were successful In their business. 'J : ." .

    it brcoze sinks(For the down AcvoATlJthe and, the long:reach very ., H. {l ; ,
    !
    Of barren sands The.Literary Society met but Tuesday. 7 (I) Id '. :1" CHRISTMAS GooDSJAnel

    In.tbc hot sun tec-ran. like the beachOf evening and had the usual coarse Of exercises ti'8a.i 0it >
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    desert land. terminating with an animated : .
    b.I'
    Among the rocks no children run, bate. A good number were in attendance .' : fA 'I B
    Only some poor old women come, and several new names were addedto o. 11m. "' |fif 0' would most respectfully solicit orders for same from parties down the river.

    For driftwood drying In the sun.TJ .' the roll. 0- \ & o
    \ Our line of
    full high noon, the tide Is Out:; :Mr. If. 0. Snedeker of Ohio, has taken el i.J 6 : '
    .
    .We quiet are up a homestead, short distance back of 0 J i ::1 l ?|! ,!:. 8 V..J I saoes: :: !
    known the
    God know what storms may sweep with Turkey Creek; the one as
    Sackett place. He has ,begun his improvements I aW o a. ,Is the most complete of any on'Indian River.
    outThe, harbor bar, on it and Win soon" have out 'M!I ; .
    The sudden squall, the veering gale an orange grove. ", CLOTHING HOSIERY HATS TRUNKS
    the distant sail I Ia ipf 2 w ,
    :May tear and wreck The Georgian arrived ,with the mail t !
    Of.Him we love. Our weak hearts fail: after dark, Monday. She ought; to have H 5 ) : o w The Quality and Prices of which has established ns as, TUB,LEADERS OF>
    ii
    'TIS sunset, the returning tide another teakettle aboard to make steam. s" LOW PRICES In this part. of the world. *
    Creeps up the sands, We fancy Capt. Bravo meant to be fd j j'P g l S a: '
    The wares gleam with warm colors plied, happy lie,is used to making schedule J. P. TURNER & CO
    From tropic lands. time, and 'not accustomed to running a 8 0 I: p ren .
    iJ-J1
    The fresh breeze wafts the sounds of raft. H
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    ' Yrpm Cards are received annouclng'the) : Jj''d. I1'* if Sfto, E. L. :ee.: .:OZ-
    lips of many a happy boy :Miss I
    marriage of Mr. W. M. Dickens to i
    To whom each,wave brings a new toy. May Stringfellow of Ponce Park, Fla. m .{j} \ P Wr

    A snow-white sail flits'cross the bar, The courteous purser of the lower river Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.
    .
    The light Is past, boat Is well remembered by a host of m i s ,

    But'ere appears the evening star, friends, who will be pleased to hear of (I), (I) 0 r & i call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of I
    He at lastHis his good fortune and wish him a prosperous -
    ship moved.comes With him beside, and happy married life. a. ,((1) 0 j 81 o Z Staple Se; Fancy Groceries, ..Fruit

    :My doubting heart can dread abide, Some of the finest orange trees we ever {1) (i) .' ge.9iB. 'to".,. C/) And Food Products \
    Shall I to-morrow fear ebb tide laW were delivered here last week. The 'm 11hI Of All Kinds. Also My Stock Of '
    . stocks run from one and a half to two 0

    Scaled Bids Wanted. Inches in diameter With very large two- ,(I) UI Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton, Seed'Meal,
    year-old buds, healthy and free from In- H Of
    J1 i Ground Food and Wheat.' ,
    Beach Improvement ,Association sects. from the Lakeland S>
    Cocoa Tney were P '
    want sealed bids to be opened December nursery, and were for planting on Mr. '-I I am' the only, house on 'indianRlYer dealing exclusively the above line of
    1st, 1801, for clearing and grub- Mr.Charles T., McBride's place on the Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit I

    Mn.....> Flint/ And Second Streets. from Banana South side. ;your patronage. :Very truly .
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    River to Ocean and Banana Avenues BREVARD COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President. m: Us..33n:: _A Y.
    Mr. W. :M. baa had
    'from north side of Block A, to Campbell chargeof i
    TAYLOR .
    ALBEBT
    the street and has A. Secretary.INDIAN
    accomplished
    improvements
    GEORGE M.
    Centre of Block C. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,

    Schoonmaker For particulars A A.,G.enquire Welnberg.of C.,14 J.* Street has been a great graded deal of partially work. ,Front and a STATE .BANK RIVER Attorney-at-Law.:Members of Brevard.Abstract of V Title Company.Attorney-at-Law., ;

    good roadway made to the bridge over G
    Crane Creek. New Haven avenue filled ,
    of Temperature in at ,the foot of the bluff and cleared Robbins & Graham
    ''ia'TltUyme' out as far 'as the school hOUle.b Mel COCOA,. FLORIDA REAL ESTATE ,
    bourne cleared
    avenue out ridge
    For the week, ending last night, Nov. 1889.'CAPITAL .
    Incorporated' '
    built in the low spot. The improve .
    12, 1891,as compared ,with that of the meats are substantial and add greatly EXCHANGE LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE.,
    corresponding week In 1800. Recorded to the looks of the streets named. : ,

    At the IT. S.,Weather'Bureau office, Titus Paid. 'Up, $25OOO. '

    ville. Two Cheap Titusville Homes.We Authorized, $100,000. COCOA, Indian River, FLA. We have For Sale a. Large List of' Carefully (Selected Indian

    Jaf Mu., :Mln. 'Max. Min are authorized to offer the well- '

    ,1800. 'NOVlMDEB.: 1891. located, comfortable residence of C. E. ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. River Properties

    6.o9 55 73 6.1'l Dakin, 'containing seven rooms, well Honey to Loan at Lowest Rates Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and

    'O 67 7s e2 built and finished throughout, for the DIRECTORS, Exchanged Agents for,sale of Lands of..the Florida Coast Line
    8 of The house and lot cost :
    sum 1200. Canal and
    Transportation Co.
    9 79 68 15 M $1.800 a few months The lot has G.. S. HARDEK, President. -
    ago.
    10 80 69 T1 62 advanced considerably In value during JAMES HOLMES-VicePresident.R. p_ All Inquiries' will be promptlyand CA1VAI... LA1'VDS.Florida .
    11 80 ,"12 61 54 B.;HOLMES, Cashier. reliably answered. Fire Insurance Southern
    that time. This place is now occupied Railway, J&Ck80nvllle1.Tampa A Key West
    Railway
    12 7D 12 72 53J by Mr. Schnyler, and is situated directly ALBany A. TATLOB. J. M. "SAKDKBS,. written In standard .companies,at lowest Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.Company,
    ..E. LANOUETTE, Ob crv.er. opposite the public 'schoolhouse.Also J:, F. WO TEI:'; A' rates. I and other Low Priced Lands.

    the residence of John R. Walker, Momey: to; XJOAXX ,
    bo : VJ.xvoys ooo. :33Ta.33.ca.: I
    ':Many old contracted In North Titusville,.Just ''west of the
    the of :Mr. lot. Four At Ten and Twelve per cent, in turns to ,,,I'. I
    chronic diarrhoea while in service. place Rumph'sfine
    have since been cured' of very large rooms-some of, them could The Clyde Steamship Co. Write for Descriptive Price List,of Carefully Selected Properties. I

    it by Chamberlains Colic, Cholera and be divided into two-plastered throughout Address, p. o. box '1O8, Titusville, Fla.
    'J>IArrh a Remedy. For sale by Dixon ; good cistern; ump, etc. House
    .& Gray. 134 : cost $1,000 and and lot $150. We can ED AR.D
    sell same at 1075. Both of the above STILI1VG-.
    offered because the owners COCOA :Ian.ca.Iarx.
    For S le-.1\lerritt.: Island Land properties are :River: F'1a.
    have decided to live on their property .
    Forty-five acres, fronting Indian and down the river Half cash,. balance Dealer In

    Xanana rivers, in 5, 10 or 20 acre lots. in one to two years, at ten per cent on PAINTS HARDWARE) STOVES .TINWARE & AGATEWARE
    .Improved or unimproved. These landsare either of the above. Apply to'BOBBIN8A ,. ,
    as Well adapted to the culture of GB. .1U.)(.. 14tfThe PLUMBERS' &. MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY TABLE
    pineapples banana; lemons, 4 POCKET QUTLERY. BARBED WIRE WIRE. NETTING
    limes, guavas and early vegetables as any .County Court. -& WIRE CLOTH.
    laid in Brevard county. For particulars :DOOnS asg
    S :EJLJNDS: ':EJnxOK.,
    apply or address, with self addressed. envelope Court convened at 9 a.m.Monday,pies Lime & Cement, Shingles Lath.
    J.A.'BOOTH, ent his honor Jones A.A.Stewart .
    Judge ,
    ; Guns Ammunition and
    Fishing Tackle of all kinds.
    0- Brantley Fla. Ship Chandlery Goods Gauze
    clerk, with his deputy J. E. Bowman,
    Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves Coffins and
    sheriff,.with John IValler,deputy sheriff; New York Charleston and Florida Lines.The WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn, :Mowers Caskets;
    ARTESIAN ,Ice,
    J. T. Sanders
    Visitors to Jacksonville will be prosecuting attorney; Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
    pleased to:know that although the St. and members of the bar. '
    A empaneled as follows: magntflc"ent Steamships of 'this Line are appointed Chimney Pipe; Flags& Bunting;'
    James, Windsor, Everettl. Carleton Du- Jury was Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc. eta
    val, Glenada, ew and Togni A. E. Saeger, G. L. Lynch, J. T. Snell, to sail as follows : Catalogues;sample cards and size lists sent free on application.. ,
    Correspondence
    hotels ,closed for the' still E. J. Davis G. E. Chester, and W. Wat-
    are summer, CALLING AT CHARLESTON' S. C.,BOTH WAYS. solicited and estimates furnished promptly.
    that elegant hotel-The Travelerateopen ton: with F. B. Wright and T. W. Smith (RAITDAKD TI...).
    for the reception of guests. This sworn in, In place of absentees.The Trent New York, From Jacksonville.
    is the only hotel which succeeds in making following cases were disposed of: (Tier 29,E,B.) STB AMUR :Florida.
    money and friends both winter and State vs. Sarah Box, slander, nol pros Monday: Oot. 26th,_t* F. .CHEROKU..A.8unda1., Nov. let, at 4JOA.X.
    Name
    Wednesday,Dot.28th MS x."SEMINOLE".TneedayI NOT. 3rd, at BJOA.M.6.BO The of This .Win be
    sed. Paper Next
    Hummer. To strangers we would say Friday Oct.30that3P.x."YEMABsEi'.Tbureday: ., Nov. litho, at _... Changed
    that The Travelers is not a boarding State vs. ,J. W. Day, carrying con. Monday. Nov. ad,a". P. ........1ROQUOlSO..8uDday. Nov. 8th, at 9.00 4... ,
    house or a restaurant with a few rooms cealed weapons, continued. .. Wednesday-NOT.4th .t < r. ......"AI/HJNQUIN_ ,_ ,"....Tuesday-,- Nov. 10th, M 11.00 A...
    connected, but first-class hotel with State vs. J. W.''Gauze, aggravated as- Friday fonday, : NCtt'.lIth.Nov.Oth/at iii S P.r. *_....$....".CHJCRO 8EMLNOLK/1."...,...........Thursday..SundayNov.! Nov..15th 12th,, at at 4.30 1.00P.M.Lx.WednealtayNov.11that3 :Week to that of"Indian
    accommodation for one hundred guest&ROQ1amber sault, continued. I r. M.....Y&'dA88E1.TuMday.: : NOT. 17th, at 16.00 Ax.Trlday. .
    : The Travelers., *tf State vs. MaoDuffyi selling,spirituous NOT.13th,at S ri K........"IROQUOJB"........-Thursday NOT. mh, at .6 JO 4...
    continued. ,.Mondays Nov.16that3 ... AMKNQUIN", ......Sunday, Nov. 22d at 19.00 A.M.
    liquors Wednesday NoT.iath,at S ..Ml."CHEROKEE'v. Tuesday Nov. 24th, at 11.00 A.M.
    State, vs. Frank- Richardson, selling Friday, Nov.:80th,at* F. x."BEMINOLB,1'.Thuraday, Nov 26th, ,at 1330 .... "
    Melbourne. spirituous liquors, continued. Monday Nov. 83d, at 3 P. M.......YEM.A.88U".Sunday. Nor. 29th, M 1.30 P...
    .. .. Doe.. at 4.00 A.M.DJOAJI..
    Tuesday River
    State vs., continue selling spirituous Friday WednesdayNor.40th.; ;Nov. 97th ataP.MS F.x.RALOONQUh, :.".......Thursday, Deo. led, at Advocate
    Warm southeast breezes and beautiful liquors, londiy Nov.SOth, M a F. -.....'.CHEROJUa:.*......Sunday,. Dec., litho ,M 7.30A.M.St. .
    veather. State vs. Isaiah Akin selling spirit- 1

    none liquors, continued. ;Johns River Line. .
    Several of the colored people went up State vs.August Overstreet, carrying < ,
    to County Court on Sunday last. concealed continued.
    weapons
    Black For Sanford' Enterprise and Intermediate Points on THE CARPET PALACE
    The addition State vs. W. J. carrying concealed
    to Mr. E. C. Thomas'
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    defendant the St. Johns River.The ,
    Is and adds weapons, pleaded guilty
    cottage completed
    to Its greatly and made a statement to the court in .' 48, West. Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
    appearance mitigation of penalty-fined ten dollars elegant Iron 81d6-WheelSteamerl ,
    We hear Mrs. A. E. Valentine contemplates costs. Where ;you will find the very best selection of

    making extensive repairs on State vs. W. Denlke, carrying concealed "CITY:. ,OF JACKSONVILLE Carpets, Mats
    her Tiilman. CAPT. W. A. SHAW. ,
    dwelling .' weapons defendant pleaded guilty
    Shades
    Mrs. -fined ten dollars and costs.. ', Oil cloths .
    Eaton's cottage is being plastered, "FREDERICK, DeBARY
    and the Vernon cottage has been thoroughly State weapons vs.Harry, continue Raleigh,.carrying concealed t3APT. T. W. LUND, JR. Mattings ( Lace curtains

    painted.Mr. renovated, kalsomlned. and State vs. Goo. Anderson, assault, con. Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville, daily except Saturday at S JO p.m.,and from Sanford Rugs f Cornice poles. .
    tinued. 4 daily except Sunday at"9 a.m, China Silks
    : Floyd, of Stutts & Co., tobacconists State vs. Geo. Anderson, carrying concealed SOUTHBOUND. SCHEDULE., NORTHBOUND PotiersA ,

    Savannah, Ga., arrived here :Monday weapons, defendent pleaded guilty Read Leave Down.6,30 P...... ...................Jacksonville..............,..........Arrive' Bead 11.48 p.UP.M Mosquito Nets.
    and proceeded further down,the and was fined ten dollars and costs. *. 1.00..................................Palatka.............................. -,.. 7.30PM Estimates gI.en. Sample ntTw.Th* only exclusive in Florida'
    ricer State vs. Rena O'Hara, aggravated as 1.30A.M......................,......Astor................................ 200P.M Our Goods are THE BUT, and carpet house
    ........................... THE LOWKST.:
    u S43A.M.... ......._...............gt-Frinols. 12.46p.If
    The White passed up on Sunday afternoon sault; defendant pleaded not guilty, anda H 6.00A.M................................Hereford.i........................... M 11.45A.MM Mall orders will receive prompt attention.Olar11c .
    Jury was sworn to try the case. J. 600A.M............... ...........Blue Spring!........ ................- 11MA.M
    just' after the St. Lucle, and,be T. Sanders appeared for the State, and Arrive LOU A............... .*.................Saolord...........:................ y**.*. : *,: OorToott, .
    hind her came the Ancient All ... ........................... 4sepmmo, '
    bound City. Howell Titus for the defence. The jury 14 956Ln..............;..... ....JCnterprtoe.: 9JOA.M 48, West Bay Street Jacksonville, Yin
    forTitusvllle returned. verdict of guilty, and defendant General Passenger and Ticket Offlce,88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.P. :
    George W. Bell has returned to Till was sentenced to pav a fine of .M.IRONMONGER Jr.. Florida Faaeenger Agent 88 West Bay Bfc,Jacksonville,FU., Established in 1873.

    f':m* after a summer In Connecticut. He $50. or go to prison with hard labor for J.W.O.r.PKLOT OODEN Freight FAY Arent TeUng on wharf yassenger foot Agent Hogan,S Street.Bowling Jacksonville Green.New FU.YOIrL 'A 1 T TYN db C01\ll"'P'2"'., ,' t

    vomas not alone, having taken unto hlmWf 00 days. JOHN L HOWAltD,Fforida Freight Agent,foot Iura Street Jacksonville FU.J. SUCCESSORS TO G. W.
    a helpmeet and Is happy of course. State vs. Gees W. Blaine, assault; continued .A.LK8UK Superintendent foot taura Street Jackson vllle,ria. s HARKENS,)
    TUEO.O.EQKBTr! &fflo Manager B Bowling Green,New Yort.KAKSHAUU .
    :Mr. T.Howard( Knight was In town by reference. U.CLYD&.uaC.Traffic Manager,B Bowling Green,New York. Wholesale and Retail Wines and liqnors.
    Monday., We hear he is "the blooming State vs. Thomas H. Boyce, carrying WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen'l. Agents.
    father of a blushing boy," pr vice versa, concealed weapons. Defendant being a ,
    and a&1d boy welghllli pounds we learn. stranger and ..unrepresented, the court U3 Sooth'WlurTea,FMUdcIphla 5 Bowllns 0......New York. California Wines. HonogolielaRje Kentucky Bourbon
    Good for Indian lUver. appointed Howell Titus as his counsel. WUslj.'

    Plneapples.are still In market and Just Defendant$50 and costs plead, or guilty SO days and imprisonment was fined :I: :J.6.N :EeIVEJe: IOTEI.J: : .... PRICES NEVER BEFORE ATTEMPTED: .
    as. good Claret ............ .... .... ....Per Gal. '1.00 Per I3.0Q
    Thomas as A ever Co., and were for sale at with hard labor. Port .... .......,.................. 1J50 M Case.. 5.00
    radishes Cabbage, egg plant, State vs. Thomas H. Boyce, petit larceny. TITUSVILLEIndian anerry 1 .......... u .. IJ10 as ? G.OO
    oranges, lemons and limes were This, was the same defendant as AngelIca ........................ .. 1.60 II G.OO
    nrday.displayed at the different. store on Sat. in the but ease; and his ooonMl, Howell River, Dock......................,.,... .. __ attracted deal of
    Titus, a good sympathy
    :Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Bralnered arrived in him by stating that he was a strangerand Fla. D 1yn. cJ: OO.:, tll, W. Bay street, JACKSONVILLE.

    on Friday from Chicago. Mr.: B. is another had recently had severe domestic '
    of oat bachelors that have con affliction. He pleaded not guilty, and RICHARD W. GOODE. JAMES T. noGO.

    eluded "It is not well (or man to JaU the case was ably argued on both aides, ,. L M.MABBETTE,
    ..." We congratulate the the jury bringing in a verdict of guilty 8
    pair pappy with a recommendation to mercy., Fined -p. PBOPB. Florida Real Estate Exchange.

    $25 and costs, or SO days' imprisonmentwith IIp -
    The masquerade party of the young hard *
    people at the Riverside, Thursday evenIng ; labor.crviLCAJta.. Open All The Year. MELBOURNE Brevard Co.
    FLABPROPERTIES
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    was a success. The entertainment ,
    was on the birthday of Miss Jessie Goode. A. L. Hatch A Son vs. G. B. Jones t
    The evening was passed very enjoyably Jury found for plaintiff for the amount Only a few minutes' !: OF ALL EISD3 BOUGHT, SOLD A EXCHANGED.

    and most of the masquerades were wellgotten claimed. walk from Railway depot TAXES PAID :FOB HON-BJSSIDE2.T3. .
    up, and carried out their parts Whereupon the .court adjourned iindit. and Steamboat lai1db: p. CONTRACTS TAKEN: FOR SETTING OUT ORANGE GROVES AND

    well. a _______' ___ PINEAPPLE 4 ,
    The Ibis with -Mr, and Mrs. Geo.X. Hatch, of City f, On the banks of the Indian PLANTATIONS.
    Cap& :Mercier and Dr. far-famed Indian River. River Lauds a.peeWty. Psrttes wishing to invest;, or baring la.nda for
    tIot the Equitable<< We, halted for Point were la town this week.. sale wou14 do weD to correspond with ua.

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