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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: November 27, 1891
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00002
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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: f .a-. -Take your washing to the:New York -Mrs. W. E. Booth of Cocoa, was In ;";Overcoats: Just received.., Bazaar -Miss Mlnnle Joynerl In town again to K&a inn total' the wreck Innlito;\ ot The the nMuihlnnry onft,beating and< It'boiler/almmf, ',,\\rt'1 a.i"; :

q Laundry close to Indian River HoteL : town Wednesday morning;, \4k. A. B. Donoboo of St Louts, -The Bazaar has the nobbiest line 'of will be caved without much damage. He wasslko !.
hats to be found in the city. ellon *o unfortunate a*to loose hie large lighter t i
Mortgage deed, Warranty deed, -Tbe lumber Is on the ground for toe Children's shoes are especially K bar- has been In town this week. In the same storm which was driven Mbnr a*' f. ,j
Bill of sale G. S. llardee has resigned Hlooo and dontroyed, '
.Quit-Claim deed .
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feature !'Bread "
new Baptist church to be built here. gain at Rup1p 143tDr. ; Is the "staff of life. Altroe's
Satisfaction of mortgage, Tax certificate from the StateWorld'l Fair Directory. C It Stewart visited Ciicon lint Frlda*, retortt- ,I I

M Tar: sale deed Leases -Mrs. J, F. Martin, ofjndlanoia, was ., Winthrop Of nardeevlllo, has yeast cake' never falls to ,,make It. lOo Blankets and comforts at Goldsmith tog Several on the Saturday morning:;bat r I, ,,.; i"ed

I"; Assignment mortgage, Procipe. for, a visitor to town Tuesday. boon spending a few days In town. package; l5o by moil. 23tf.Tho Bros.;.: ]teach| Mr vltltnr"1I'nnaadwUe are ccreoted and at MU Melbourne l-.ctt' "\,)fit" ;. ,t,
v: Bond for Title, summons etc I si Chanuunna. Mle.lmersexpeortitobuies, I ;
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[ For sale at the AJD VOCAT*office. One, -Mr. d. J. Schoonmaker of Cocoa, 130,000 genuine birch hoops just'offthp : foundation of the new brick Mr. J. T. Sander I I. on a trip down the hr hit there, while lilt Olenn and wire will occupy j. .

L-10o.J' three, 25e.;dozen, 50c; one !lUD- was a pleasant caller at the ADVOCATE: .schooner and perfectly fresh,' at building for the offices of the Florida river in the Interest of his new, real estate their/fton's Cottage! on Ocean ...a..... '' '1'!.' '.f'
$3.. Loan and Trust Co. Is being laid to-day. The N'ynnta WM at the dock'rUtnrdny, bring ,
tdred Pace sit Titusville. 15
'Also office on Tuesday. Dojle's, jtuCrJ. ,agency. Ing captains C.re.nd lk+unett, on a business' : '
attachments In sets, 1.00; six S., Watson& Co. have just received and Hallantlne and ',Ir. .. hl, .
'the home-made Indian River u-Mr. Mrs. J. W.. i ,
Ten in each set. -Wantedby J. S. Watson -Try '
sotsf$3.00. Copyright. i
Coy Robinson
a lot of cocoanuts, from the Keys Miss Helen B. Ballantlne left New York Mr. ot It& O Fwier rotClnclnn.U, t.r
5,000 boxes dropped ship In: Cigars, manufactured by II. C. Stark; tlealora In dry giiod and notions was in town 'i I.
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Wedding*+_Cards oranges 'FlaT: fo .ee barrels of loose packages. .14.3tMr. Malabar, Indian River, 1441, '.!Ii place at Sharpos.. rl..ertrade but other cities areheglnningtor.- to'
:We hall be pleased to J. Watson'A Co., have a car load all. that ills. trade I* worth h".killlIner. and! ; '
1 receive a'share of your : and Mrs. C. O. Blyth; Indlanola, Firewood, hardwood for sale cheap of priice ladders tlie Putin -The dance last night was a very enjoyable proimM to take a band hereafter. .-
$1.00' per load; 0.00 per cord.. Apply to on < :way. caused The mull and freight'' '_...'delivered"a : '
and the
.10 Job "Work*-envelopes have been spending a day o'r so in town affair "ghosts"
,
John E. Bennett Titusville. 194Mr. ',orders and the best ladder In Hector1 look for three IM ,
q { } your get; ; considerable amusement There, was A days | week, In eonMHiuenASof -!' '1'1' \
letter-heads
,note-heads S? this week and gave as a pleasant call. the accident to the genets) wbarf. C!fi
], bill-heads, statements ::t F. G. Iluckabay Is in town th.S4te.,. A1l1cngtba', JS3tMessrs. large attendance. The planking WM cionpletedaatunla' *o pedeto.I' .,it .
eke.LOCAL -Cut prices on pants shoes and hats. triune could IMM*,, though the .track WM Dolt '
m or anything Ii" again and his friends were glad tosee '- J. E. Lnnouotte and J. T. '
It"will pay, you to see them before many =-11ev;Sidney Wilbur preached an excellent : qulto fliilHlied.Dr 1"f:!.Ij; ,,
-- him. O'Wen, who,with a staff of hands, have I Foe and wife ,wte'k ,
buying. OEO. B. RUMPH. 143 ,, sermon At the Methodist church received tout the tail fi .
been repniringthegnvernment wire between new of the sudden death of their ': ,
h -Messrs. Welsh A Woodward the -Yr.' and Mrs. B. W Jerome; 'of here and Jupiter returned lon ) audience appreciative And good Mr*. OJ 1' I ltcli. of Newho. tYUlfhUlIII'I A I: "M
sized whom the withhurohlldren
among were. I here torpnnd the winter.. She'' "j
photographers, are having a neat little Brantley 'camel up on their naphtha lost night's steamer. novo C.. L.Bird,'and Rev, C. A. D. Cohen. pent the winter here three years ago and m....' a ''Ja\oJ\'ifi\ !
launch Dolphin Wednesday afternoon lush'frlemui, wbo.wua bear o* lIu.death, with ',V .
NEWS. residence built on DeSoto street .-The memorial window to the 'latoCa'pt -Mr. W J. l Egan: ,' of Eden, arrived lorrow. ,. .

.-Plasterers. Twenty rooms to plus"ter on a visit to Mr. and ;Mrs. Wetmore. ; Mills O. Burnhanv keeper of the here Wednesday, ant.'10ft Mr 'Jackson I C<.ml
Mr. C. 1.. 'erbekeaccompaniedtheni.: Canaveral Lighthouse; In the villa next morning on his to New lay morning| awakened lit) cuddenly -,
Church ,, way alto ,
at Eau Gallie Indian River.- that In
Apply; west end of the by Mr. he have tried byes through '
Society and General Got alp In eennectlonwlthl.di.nEAveI Episcopal 0
f They attended the dance last night, and York, where be,wnll called' upon special the rids of the house to get out of bed llie- per;
and Lak. Worth see- at once to Wim; Treutlor: Eau Gallie, or Robt Ran lion. ana Is a beautiful piece of business. He will be away about two cue *aa alarm of fire Ire. J ,p Itennett, '11

'lions daring pant week. Brief. mention of'Interesting to D.: L. Oanlden,Titusvllle; ,- expect to return home today workmanship well!, worth seeing. or three weeks) who ooouplr* tbe room on the second floor of \
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the new 1 building .,
WM awakened by mote sml r'
Eventet About People Too 'In -Wanted-An experienced.'and responsible -Mrs. E.L. Magruder of Rocklddge made lior.Al'Al'tlluttt the with ;,
-Mr. Henry 'Titus' is town this Goldsmith Bros will opon'up a now street her ohlU 4
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'Know '_4 People Ton Don't Know fertilizer salesman ilren.
for Indian Nearly In
the every one the vicinity' WM on
Picked up by Oar Society Kdltor.'By week. We regret-to see Henry looking River and contiguous country goods has been spending couple of days 'in and large line of toys in a few days, 'and hand InIB few mini ten.,and the Ore WM titlnnuUhoil ., f', qr V 1

1 i -- so ID, and hope he will icon have, hat well known and highly: esteemed. Address town this week. She came up to, meet they.want you to wait for them. dlHoovorad Jtml In a the clumt nick, under of time.the[:,italri T1>. Bra whlchWM WM> t.

'Advertisements under'this head. healthy appearance as of old. promptly with terms and references her sister, who came from-Wisconsin to -Mr. F. Y Hanna, who, with McsRrs. need to atore.way Imxei.'and tra hof (It!.' ); It

"Pho phc>--Peruvian.care INDIAN the winter at 'Both Willis, Harrington 'and' Benham have fereut klixlii. on a shelf, in the cloKet, were a; ,
\Ing are ten cents line week. and spend .Rocklodge. gnu' or two of U li r /
per per -Mr. ,Mrs. Josiah Sherman, of I RIVER ADVOCATE.: J2 tf been on an Inspection of land on Banana rate, with which lIIal..h..I"nll the supposed thai
lost slwnnd had
-See'J. S. Watson' Co. before'you Atlanta Ga.,, accompanied by Mr. O. B. : ladies attended,the dance nlgbt.Miss ., River, ha Just purchased the DeSoto tnick off dome of those and Ignited" the ruihian \t
-Mr. Jj S. Watson's schooner R. A.llardee of Klsilmmoe Grove the DeSoto Beach The prompt action of the nltuwns averted what" t t
Lizzie Doncgan near Improvement
[ buy'yeur orange boxes and paPer. 13.3tMr. Peckham, of Somerville Mass., arrived ltarted'for Miami'on Tuesday Co's land for$3,000., would have been a great ualamlty to our town;' r
here on' Tuesday, and left Wednesday arrived in town: ,on Tuesday evening, on ; M the whole bimlneM row would oertalnly bare,,,
.- J.:,)VV. Merrill of Tropic, :was .a well loaded'with freight. She also car: to MIss' Birdie Mabbotto of -The new schedule of the Indian River gone If the Loukwnod Store had.burned out W*,. 1
evening for their place at Lake Worth ft vjsU one think there WM no inimranoe the building
on ,
caller at this office fled six ptllllenger. This boat-like the Steamboat; goes into effect on
| pleasant on Tuesday. It' was generally known that Mrs ; her old and valued friends, Miss Done- oom\anJ\ and only a stall one on the .tock.and: thai U
Inst. and will be
Monday thniiKht to have '
No
schooner'Cygnns mode run nut. damage of any ao-
this 'some'very
"'. @ hereafter paper will be entitled Sherman was a bride., ; gan :was a visitor to town some month as follow : The steamer st. Lucle will count 11''' done0 the building, and none to
I the b t IAN KIVIB ADVOCATE. successful trips to and from the Biscayne bock so she I. no stranger in Tltusvlllo. leave Titusville on Mondays Wednesday stuck i It WRIt a el'lII'call though* The Moral of
*Miss Lizzie Pastorfleld who entered which U,to teach tilt that all .lioiiM keen their
--Capt. Jno. L. 'Howard the genial Bay country. Her'friends were pleased to see her ,lntown and Friday at 8:110: p. m., and arrive at pl'OJlOrtlaAlIl'IItlla a hra0clas company. ,' .Usa
a homestead at, Eau 'Gallie about six wU1 aU lo.en.
Jupiter at 12:30 p. m., on Tuesday, pay ,
-For la1e. t yacht Sossocus. .
[freight agent of the Clyde line; wa in Jun again. ; .
years ago, has sent her marriage cards Cost, $...800; will sell for $1,500; and ,. Thursdays i and Saturdays. Returning,
wn Tuesday.: out. She is to be married to Mr. G. 8. guarantee everything perfect or no sale. ';;.-J.ragents S. Watson Co., are Indian River the St.. Lucle will leave Jupiter at 1*. m. Goorgiana 4

-Parties wishing to charter boate-for Gates of WeUka.. The ceremony Is to Without exception the handsomesteteam.yachtonIndianRiver. for Snyder'a Improved Orange on Tuesdays Thursday and Saturday, --:- y ;i'. 1.
arriving at Titusville at 11 a., tn.,: ,on lie!.K.J.Outman and wife have been
For further ipond-,,
odlan Rivers ,Lake Worth or Miami, take place at Royal Oak, Maryland.The .. address Bros; Q ,ers. The.. _best,,the'market affords, Wednesdays ,Fridaysand Sundays.. InK the pant week at City 1-nlnt auiatlng Rer. 1 {

all or write to O. AUreeTltusvtlle. 0* Keeley located particulars, Hodgson*" rl 'yrt;., 13-8t Connecting with north-bound trains Mr. Ibuit In ... protnutedwaung,, ai Uia ,;1
at
Institute, Eau Gallie; Fla. 8 2mo., : : place. .' ,
"iTiMra?W- IL Shkrpe'of;, 'Bharpes, haseen Palatka, Fla., Is a branch of the ,Dwight -":'The beautiful gloss-stained window )rr. and Alrg.,M. G.. Toms; of lIen o.every U. BERT day except. Sunday.. By, order .)fre. P. C.Jlalall, hM been, quit* lick, for! q J
{Sup.00
: more than a week, but le
i spending a day'or so In town this Institute and all those afflicted with the N.'C. who'hove been on a now .ImProy 01''l
placed on the north side of the Episcopal derson'vjlle to' Jk P.1 Turner Co. and buy sa thanks to the kindly attention of br.liolmee, u

eek, attending to business matters. liquor, opium,cocaine and.tobacco habits : Church, is the gift' of one of Detroit's trip to Lake Worth and Jupiter,returnedhere .nice overcoat e Mr.and Mr*. r. A. White who'have been r

:;,-3. P. Turner A. Co. are prepared to should investigate. nest fair and charming young: ladies-Miss Wednesday, and loft yesterday s pending few day sums, making time kl preparation Melbourne,are to borne remove for "" }
Qraoe Fletcher one of Mrs. OaulJen'smost "
furnish boarding houses and hotels with --DoD.'t festival Apopka, where Mr. Tom has an orange St. Lycio! River. there, wbe..loIr. White haj contracted for qalte, '
the
forget valued friends who
ble'' linen towels 'etc. at reduced ; to-night, with her I a number of job of plaater' ...
., at the rear of J. W. Rogers fc,Co.'i gents father, was in town last -winter.- The grove. Mr. and Mrs., Toms weNt very in Mr*. W.B. nalnUn,and three boys, returned I
Sweet
out furnishing store The charge Is only window although bare of any Inscription, much pleased with Jupiter where they the upper| potatoes Ht.Lnolv are, where onmlnff generally plentiful, fuming from U borne rdday night on the through steamer,
ImmUriuiU
where th.lIay. bee..
; -Mr. Fred Valentine who has been Is In,memory of Miss Fletcher's mother. had excellent fishing. Mr. Tome carried on more than fruit rowings. tliserweek for the PUll
25c.t so bring along your wives, sweethearts some *,visiting her sister,Mrs.NcUon.
n .a 'trip to Jacksonville and other -Capt.'Lund is in town again castingan likes the Indian River country so ranch Fresh If ones a-_. Ie now 1. the (tenant r. W. tynian and wife, of Kennels, Wlxonra. -.,
bout i
best girls and lady friends and rule|M the beef coining around regular. MnVa
W.
1'bb and ales .
friend. M U.
state returned to his homet
lace.Iii the
help along a good cause-the Presbyterian eye, over his property. We,believe that he Intends starting Into'pineapple W.bar a fins day school! on the flyer with a Young were out driving,Monday afternoon, i ", .
TUlman on Monday's steamer. the of his rood Mtemtance' ,and our tlund.yIK'hoolII dour IghtMelng! and making call*. Tbelr.many .
Captain spends most time'between culture at From j-
Jupiter. Apopka
church. they lulling, What we hOW want I*a church. frlendcweLt..... them-home again, and trot '''i, ,
f"-Just received, a new crop of Refugee Jacksonville and Titusville., This will go to New Orleans on a visit of some The ilojp yacht, "Doe,"I* the fastest boat on they may remlla the entire year. Abes e I'H !.''1'."::
i Seed at pea B.Rumph'i. 152i -We want money to loan, on absolutely summer, however he has been on a tripto weeks. I'- the river and our boat owner have been talkIng 1 '.
.'. Church.R'OCk. :
safe real estate security in sums of having a iMtat race,to ootne off at no Presbyterian ,
i C. U. of Rock Virginia and other States, and says taut date|probably during the bullda,.. ledge. .,
-Major Magruder, from $200-to 10000. Loans -ob, thou lounger I, Single and beautiful .
ranging he feels better In health than he baa The "Arrow" has been up for repair and looks caned t!
arrived in town for bed lounges at Rumph's. Every Tbs meeting Sunday WM to order by'Rer. '
dge on Monday even- now as bright a and for ha J.
net ten 'cent to lender free of a* speed .
ex Mr.Knloe:
per eye'l with '
train and started for home next the past six years. His throat, unfortu- home should be supplied with one or never heed tried .river, *be will la the r .lIIOCMr.eorl..Dd opsned.- "
fa ,
pense. Bobbins A Graham Tltnsville, more 143t coming boat race show that he U not very pun motion the tI ,
nately, still gives him a little trouble low either. meeting was sdlournedto'
ornfng.60,000. ,
In the church
Fla. 12tf meet un Muuday 10 o'clock,..m. J
Deputy-Manlial W. Futch has been Among the.maller boats it the Cat "Oertle In .
of .
Order Xmas goods from the punuanne adjournment, the meeting
.,- extra thick Bangor boxes on -Mr. Wm. Trentler of Eau Gallie your on. of the oldest biwte on he river. alai will WM Laid on Monday,and opened with b .
Bazaar and are to have' busily engaged this week looking after prayer ,
ad and to arrive at Pace A Doyle'sItnsville's you sure a certainly lead In her elan*| while the, I. not a a.,,Sir. EuhN. : II
yet was In town Monday, attending to some merry JEmas. e the defeats in, and repairing the sidewalks fancy .....t.lbe It deceiving In her meed. resignation of M. 0. Blmon U.Trustee '. i '
13c. f. o. b. Special prices business matters. He Informed that Great preparation are belnc mode la''ruekrming. WM received..accepted.. (,
us -4SupL'o. U. Bent; Is making much- where needed-charging same The deferred
a up (. Mr. L'harle tlluuch le preparing tolantexteuilvelyiandbae congregation action! for thaPfBltl
: i Urge orders IS his store was being pushed rapidly for- needed improvement on the railway to the owners. The sidewalk In 'frontof p.. a line tract of tend >'of the resignation l by Mr. .... Walt ;'
fur the a.o1m of hi ofllce Itu Ing klder In UM!
nurpiNM a high tate of onl va. Ybyterlju>
",-The Brevard County Alliance will ward. Mr, Treutler ft evidently one' of wharf, by laying down a 'wide side-walk the ADVOCATB office did not escape thin which proiulnet produce well.* eburuh of Riwkletlg: t":
eat in the court house, Titusville on the "live" of Eau Gallie. He On the North William tore will. J.R fJlckwn WM unanimously .Ie ted to tbexl I
men came that will be A decided boon to everybodywho the Marshal' scruUniting eye Improve/ Fork Mr. office of bacon IB the rreibvteriM obnrcb.,
December 10 at 9 a. in. lead this In gardening,*. h. I*the most exiwrtenced -
Sunday, year ,
I
up for plasterers, brick etc menU have been made In front of A. arntder'wu nunluunulv elected to'
has occasion to visit the wharf on Postmaster fanner and ha* the moss *ultakleiwHhifurtrueklngbe the cola of
Y. 8.. barns,secretary. Billing jclder: la lbs ITeebyterisa. I
fall
|I P. -Capt. Geo. Gleason, of Ean Gallie, Dullness or pleasure. We have no>doubt Scrimgeonr property and along the iniuiuvr months cannot b.ralie*to Urge ueowoLDnring crops' church at. ItockUdite.Meure. !<< ,
-Mr. J. Beckwith general freight R.V. May and JIj B. WHllam
of the J., T. A K. W. Railway -ar. with his eharmlng.bride, spent'SundayIn that passengers who are In the habit of the west side of Washington avenue, of awt of..t bean|M>ut than-,and any but ether winter trucker be had, and a liner be nanunouly elected M Tnuteee of the freebritcrUn were "

1ved la town Thursday evening; tuft afar town, and were around town shaking using the Indian River Steamboat Co's near the stores of Messrs. Rnmph, Gold- will not be behind thl. rear, After church the ebwing property prayer s*till, the place.meeting wad' ad "lr 1

transacting some business with Mr. bands with their many friends-among steamers will be very much pleased at smith Bros., and the Jndlah River Lumber We notice also the preparation for tracking: journed,clan die. ,. < .' ;
on the piece of land seas of Hog Creak bill
returned to Jacksonville poor MM. O.It MAOBVBSB
L E. Umber, them being the ADVOCATE. George is improvement; made by Supt Bent: Co.'* .office, but M many such attempts bare been tomtit. deeiyof[ the meeting.Mr. \ l ''
ext morning. previously,without sunrise, this attempt will .'>" .
\ I I one of the popular boys, and his friends -J. 8. Watson A Co. have full stock -Just received this week and last an- certainly fall on lanai of thin chwe| ..along ibis \: '

p-Th. many remarkable cures of In town were glad to see him here with of blood and bone for pineapples; blood other stock; of everything in the furniture bore will be Men a lot of old deserted bourn Fort Pierce. ;
cocaine and tobacco hab- which were deeerted by settler who failed toeger
opium
nor, ; line.
his wife. bone and potash for pineapples or vege- Price can not be beat from

effected by the use of Dr. Keeley's, ables; sulphur of potash, old orange any source. GBO. B. RUMFJX. 143t ; aorr1 tb.. oar '" II. .X.:Weaver left here Batnrday for bait ord,. ...,
Chloride of gold remedies is conclave -Second hand and cheap at Altr e'l fertilizers, young orange tree fertilizers, -A E ..fat ors amend I*bUd up I.W..eh pi be but be expects to return sbrurtlr.
proof that these dangerous diseases Supply Store, ash bedroom suits marble truckers' vegetable manure. On thesewe prominent gentleman, of South- elm be all right In. abort Mine Woror. There WM a y, nine given bj MU" t
L be cured. Correspondence solicited, old, N. Y., In writing us this week, Ia"s1 greatly:at tbe Gilbert'a Uw nieoudee Lilly Bell at ber reliUno7oa Monday sight,
Institute, Palatka FU. nest top; refrigerator; high beadatead; coal defy competition. tS-3t; where be alwar U lid tbtolng light si tbe Var g.w5Wy.were played,and all had a good., f fKr.
ey have examined the label .
on my work t and ae be U now a candidate for ureel.dent time [
J.Mrs.: S. W. Knapp of bb-rbnrne oil and gasoline stove baby carriage, Messrs. Henry Dreyer and Richard. ADVOCATE, and find I oia owing you for of lea .... Luele Blver Vkmwn' AllUiuwwe ,John JfelJlerlnPi ..tt .1'f:7' fw' .ta. ;
arrived here riolinoello scales men's suits and odd hope Isl4u.W not Interfere with his at JWbe bond, lie paid III,qDJ' a r rMr.
T., on Friday evening Gladwin started on a'cruise on the Banana subscription. enclose check on Indian success, r.AIr",. rt W long

st, on her way to her winter residence garments, pistol, watches, false teeth River on Sunday morning, and expects I .Slows sm1 harry... "reo';
River State Bank for same. I like vleltng 'Ihe",
f Eao!: Gallie. We were'pleased to see your Melbourne.,
and crutches, new furniture, feather to have a good time hunting and came.p Ironda1" &lleJr haneh '
;Knapp looking so well In health. bedstead and the paper very much; and, althoogh I have Next Bnnday there will be preeeklag, sod uw
Now is the time to begin looking up pillows, a folding' general .- Ishing. Henry acts as captain of his all of the Brevard county papers or two Bough weather but week, bop there will be s good attendaooe.M .

istmas presents Many of the nicest stock. UIn new and neat; little sloop-yacht; and our Brevard and one of Dade-I think Mr.J. r.Bergla ha rttbroe4 from voyage .Shook to nwvUg op Mi"'.tncie.Mr. .

ds are selected early and laid aside the West End of London, at apprentice, Dick, has taken the positionas you &0 Lake wortb.Frank We ban bus having some very nap..u..
than of them. '..
give us more new any J Stranabaa has gone oa a mlmlaa to x lieI' .tel,. a
the happy time coming, and If you Olympia, the huge hall there, which is first mate and will be away from the do not know what ahange of name (of TltuvUle t hU i place !I. tlte (&v.sstkKm U Thoau .Tamer's tads boat, tbe Troet Une." r
_ t go to Oeo. B. Bnmph's, yon will Its dress ADVOCATE office about two weeks A Co. being Oiled during hie. by Aubert .&01>. y"wdayl ah. Is oa aer w.y4u ',' ,
at for Both
famous fancy
present .ddtala. .
I a thousand dollar stock of the finest.ranted the paper) will do, but; expect to see U Vanoat,of Eau Ualile .o '
Jewelry In latest designs balls, is 440 feet long 250 feet wide and of the above sportsmen have been closely still working for the Interest of the Marcel Olbeoe le itopplnr' 14 ..Iboa....tot a
few with ,( ...--.J, / .
dare *t. hI Merbltl.Mr.
t the nicest; thing you can buy for ant 100 feet high and contains an area of confined to business for some months East .sad Mrs. W. W. .rdeaoI0..c0. K. TN Two Cheap TJtusvIll Homes.

143; nearly two and. half acres. Twentyseven put, and a little out-door exercise win -Wanted, a Guernsey or Jersey eow. arrived on rriday ...&. Mr. ... wubere tuta We art authorized to offer the well-'

Messrs.' B. B. and Frank Cable,Supt. thousand people were present at a help build up their constitutions, and New much cow preferred. Apply to F. toMe time,OB but tbe atria lUnff*,which ajui purebanod... will anL tbe>ADd turtle oe- located comfortable residence of G. K...

Bent, and Mr. Coffin, of the J. T. ball given In the above hall About two make them robust and vigorous. Carrot IlardeevUle, FU. J4"3 cup,with sow of hi. frie*>d*, who are ..sp.ot.d Dakin, seven rooms well ,: .
W.: system, took a trip as far as ."""iT'11"10 bo..l -YMtordiy Jrough01lt.for! theewn'ef -
being Thankzgilag Day his labi.Mrs. ; .
weeks place we are
in tM launch Egret OB sgoGrain "---
naphtha -For UIE-Staam yacht .tt :
"LoXttboy. 1,2001 'The house and wi ...
held .Thomas,mother of wed known.. .
excellent duck service was at the Episcopal church ear *
day and had : t
some eow food, cotton seed meal Reason, too: small. Inspectors say shat.urlyd q.l&e un xpect.dtyr leas Frida,. 11.200 a few months ago. The lot baa.l{
g; Mr. Cable bringing them downk etc., promptly delivered to points on the "finest' built boat of her CUM we ever In the morning, the Rev B. F. Brown A petty front H.. Steven. .uu ti. (seep .r idvanced considerably in value dnti :-

order. AH appeared to have river, at Jacksonville prices freight; add saw." For full particulars address John delivering a very excellent sermon. The titer)dteectiy to ladies lUver,lndand w ..,. I that tlm. Thl plaoa U now oeoupi.;' (

i pleasant. time, and had some good ed, by Pace A Doyle, TitusvUJe. I5. E. Harris, Saint Francis FU. 153 altar, chancel, chancel rail,lectern desk depamie mar be fumed that eta III satialpeiea.Uie wldepremA lam.ludgroat _I,.- .by Mr. Sehnyler, and U situated direct/ '

.. The launch was In charge of organ, etc., were beautifully deeora&Jwuta to vials tbe Uie.ae tit* Hew Ha.....party wunberad opposite the public school-hoa.a. ?)
iLorillard. -n. H. K, Clark, accompanied by -Mr. Fred F.Taylor,of Grand Rapid, the products of J'Iorida.-eocoa, etghtee*) naai and l..MulrM -ooiue la Also the ,..!deuce of John B. Walkefl, ?,'

oral I pleasant; little dinner parties her daughter, Miss Mabelle and son, Itch., returned to bis winter home at lemons, oranges, citrons, bananas, sugar every to r..wA"4uaa""t"miog huiue butde*eouU grovee.be teiMUly mud boiuee reav In North TltnsvilH just wt of th.f ffi;

lace in town Thanksglvfng Day Zarie, arrived here from Chicago Friday Cocoa, on Friday evening last He left cane, corn and other fret and vegetable M .....auw. place of Mr. Kumph's finis lot. .rOUFr

; them being one at the residence evening last, and .topped over until Mrs Taylor in Jacksonville with her *, which were artlUcally arranged J. IJ.Kla._ Bp from Mono but week, very Urge room soon of then coul4J,-

and Mrs. Howell Titus where a Monday, when they left for )(Melbourne daughter, Mrs b. IL Peck. Mr. 8. IL by Mesdames Oaublan, Titus, Fischer, .JUtoaWlkburfwkntaecllmiti.tbSocnbesod. looking' tip.bioatbw.,,,hrmxetmd ncn. be divided Into two-pUsUred through::

I of a rttkertka description was where they will spent the winter. Master Peek, the popular proprietor of the Budge, Wetinoro and others, to whom er..ka.*n Mulmte4: tbe wont weatbef we have b4ab4 .. outs; cistern pump. etc. House)
1 for the guests, who numbered Carle was Quite Indisposed when he >aval, Jacksonville, accompanied Mr. great credit is due. The Ilev. Jno. Foy tar,...... east food and and Lit; { &. We east

i all the AJHTOCATX representative arrived here having got an attack ofMJioosneM Taylor to Cocoa, returning to Jacksonville Uie popular Presbyterian clergyman was During IJIe Mona wWeh .. soseddaly sett same at 11,075. Both of the .vpropertiM .,
ded. Another took place at the on the way from Chicago to oa Tuesday. Mr. Peck reported his among the congregation. ..\bel', os w..r-aay" "IU. Mr, awblW. steamer. era offered Unauso the
owners
i of Mr. and Mrs Wetmore, the Indian Elver. Mrs Clark and daughterare hotel. doing first-class business, and although wearing eloalt,aspect ID t emoyningturned ap1aa."OJ ,tbe whka duck, tiul pasted Leek.kit."f AWe UM WM-oeue west, have decided to live oar their proper

er, B. F. Brown and wife and Mr. and quite musical, and will be quite an we are not; surprised considering bow out lovely the rem.aJDd- 4Mi after demuU Uii.68 w M feel of tbe wharf ty dowa the) river. halt cash; t *Uac*>

B. W. Jerome of Brantley, being acquisition to Melbourne this winter. highly It is spoken of by tourists who er of the day. With tpleasan; and warm aavl worked....through. H t M ....wwka suath site ton of Ute off wlurf..4 in one to two yean, at tea pee. ceD"III
tipper were
song; those who were present at the. The ADVOCATE acknowledge a pleasant have stopped. there oa th lr way to; Ia> breeze blowing which necessitated the betboUe app .{.: MUUix doe to wludwafd.taxe et\hefoth. abovev tPpIJ'N :Bowsa.4s .
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call groan them white In THasviI&. dUn Blver. ,- throwing open of windows ao4 doors. ...... the rsis so the waves bee be fliy G&utA*,. .', '. Tv', ," r.'J'nr -"

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River i r Mv 6ca c hi s trade, M CeylonAssam. and Japanare 0 iHAINoN'LtNO LETTERS"SYSTEM_

rlgoroa competitors. In Japan RKC&IPTa. JtT HIS IN usa
-' alone the Increased
TITUSyiLLE,FLA.itu.sia amounts to tree and. a half million Asa IB. *VBaTn* coxsiocaau: ,*o aABSOLUTE
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pound* per annum SECURITY, .
to reaching out for a 41100 of QUICKEST REFERENCE.
territory! (In Eaatoln'Afrlca. If the The.Japanese are very anxious' to Tie BSASJWir tAKHST sal SATO SOUKCOrna '
11I11.. tcptSr, afford the! cort f erfosiBritta _
acquire a few African colonies .she gvl rid of the peculiar upward slant o( it ii'' la flUnj toptlur tuwin.VUTH Irttn. sal copies a! i-' 1_
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will.want Constantinople worso than theft eyes and hare them straight like 1168 ,. fOB COWLBTB ntpRwArmRitlote '".---. I mTBBHK
ever. European: and It' is said of a Ger. e AHn.. OTR OTHER UlOt-SjTiBf, ttttCM). .HAITB HOL1EB OOflKn.
HARBOR J'lLJfQ eAtlINl'f. roc RE CAafll II i.ioorrioM B* U
man surgeon til'Japan thai he found ) taus cwX arc
J- LARGEST'uNSU sit OFFICE SPECIALTY MFC. CO., ROCHESTER, N. Y. *
thai ...p-.a little of skin
A foreign correspondent Mf by pinching plait Ss .
UCI NG .DnA-Ncn mitorkChlc'ronI1a4el> -+Wuhlnztot-au rruGce.-r,,,
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the Austi'(Ian aokllers! are Tory poorly below the ou.or: corner of the ,eyelids SrFOR ls -

dressed in comparUoii with the English of his slant-eyed subjects the lids. Toucy i BHffiUJPlANqFACTORIESFINISH.4

and Ocrinnn soldiery, and hey are could be drawn down to the proper 8ir B n

.&1.0 hot *o good Kpeclmens of manhood' level and.made to open more widely. > ; -THEWORLD. d

a4 the Queen 'and'tlio! KaUer's Then he'cut out this little patch and

troops. :-.-. .-.; joined the edges by a couple of stitches cJ .

The Lower California u y, there it and covered the slight wound with OF ALL' JCHSTPS.: :

considerable smuggling goIng on be slicking plaster. It healed, leavingno

tween the Untied' States,:and Alamo, scar. Everything;: desired of the .

I the'woi'k bclnjf nccom|>llnlic.1'by pack operation had been attained. BANK VAULTS
\ II ,
tn\M of burro; which go throughthe I ,
< Yet ,another strange Insurance
unfrequented mountain passes ; scheme Is to be tried in Franco. exclaims t VAULT; DOORS
near: the crt'A'clJgc. ASS
tho Boston Transcript. In anticipation -

Outta perch la the gain of the : of the approaching winter o STEEL RAIL AND ,CELL WORKSOF

percln: tree, which grow In the plan Is being arranged to insure M 4

.Malayan Islands and that locallt,. The against damage done by :frost It ts IMPROVED CONSTRUCTION.,

price of this article has more than calculated that the annual, loss during ,
SILVER PL ATE qe.KT.fjAii!
.doubled within two yean, chiefly be- the Inclement weather to "agriculture CARMINE PimsH Suvitv TR MM"EO.' :III T X 1.A..Taaai :Jill fTn.wac: k3 as! :]bOn :33
eauqa of the walof ulncss of the natives and kindred industries amounts to '
Proof Work.
all kinds of'Fire and Burglar
,In collecting the gum by felling the $16,000,000, and for that reason the .

trees.aud the increased domand for it subject Is being exhaustively discussed. e
'In
.- French rivers were frozen over. and '
According to the census office bulle-, in'consequence- 'tho trade on their : BUTLER

,tin. the increase of horses from 1880 banks was at a standstill The principle "TERREHAUTE NEWPORT." ,

to 180Q was 44.59 per cent a* against on which the system will bo FLORIDA AGENT:

:;44.69; per cent between 1870 and worked is somewhat curious. Each ...
7.S'D'A UN EST R..E E TI
,J8fc0, ndlUt.por cent. between 1860 district will bo tested according! to iU ,

and 1370. The increase of male mean temperature for some thirty (KIAR na0ADWAY)

:from,.1880 to 1890 was 26.66 per cent { years, with the average of frost days. I .

_ between 1879! and 1880 the" Increase' Applicants will have the option 'o( / : New York" City.

',wo 61.08 per,cent while from 1860 tot187Q choosing a degree,at which .to Insure.
1 91-1 mo.
an '
there was a decrease.of 2.24 per .- C

cent., Of the aggregate number -of "One gratifying effect of tho Call,,
forula big wheat "'writes San ... making a apeolalty,this season ot'wha' .
homos and mules in the whole country crop, a ,\r1E.[

.on Jane i, 1890,, 86.95 per cent..werthoisc Francisco correspondent of tho New we calfoul"PARAt8f:1.HARflES: : $. .' &

and 15.06 per ceut..wore males. York Tribune( .,."has been the lowering Made of the fiNEST ,STOCK, and the very, .
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of the. prices of cement .and coal BEST WORKMANSHIP.' Such a harness .

The ,only I defect of the new Europe In this market. Never before have cannot' be bought for less thl\n. $5.at '

U 'death-dealer, the Maennlichet thcee two necessary articles., for which. Patent applied fort ... 'retail. But we are willing, .,
In order to Introduce It, to \ ) .
: rifle, h the weakness of the spring there ,lent present unprecedented Mil one of the most convenient oleiwara, nd business vehicles toe the j".I'.' "
,inei man or fanner.on earth. Owing to tae construction or the body SELL ONE SET ONLY $ ;
that feed the cartridge from the domand, been so low. The certainty it if very time.rn durablt,and 1*the Nand..e..e.i ...9'O" ... ;
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pi.a..re.r b.is.sw..Akl. Oft th* mAr""' .
one as a
to _person., ,
'magarluo into the firing chamber. Al ot obtaining lucrative "'boat'chartor.. WRITTEN GUARANTEE GIVEN ON EACH VEHICLE. t <<
,the weapon, a* recently tried in Chill, from this port hue' 'had the effect. 'of n.Q14' Wit beIWI4, t>.attuhd or tNoW II on imrOTJ. WrlU te Pitas. Atentt wwtd.<< sample for' ,F" "'1-"t.: .

developed the uncomfortable habit of sending a great fleet of ship hereand TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE AND BUGGY COs, Terre Haute, nl! '$16.50.. .,} \' ...:;'

killing with one charge from three to consequently ha caused low freight -. "t !:.
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fire men standing behind each other to; rule from European countries I ....

'at a distance of from three to fonr lather[, Ibait send their craft in'ballast, RSpN'srRivt ...1

'hundred jardst anotho// defect will English vessel.owners have been; tak I coo 0LoVELL o.

'lOon bo noted In the lack of a desireIn Sag freight at almost any price.. Ex-- l1 a ,.., 1 : .

soldier, to face the weapon. The .onslve- building operations are now w

problem of keeping the peace by male. .in progress here;", _and the prices of I I .1 c: y.'

(tng,War,tOG terrible to be thought of i* cement are but 60 per cent leas, than a ,. w :=.

being solved. year ago There are at present more (sOniStr < S1P. .

'coal-laden ships bound for San Fran.. p.Ulo1' > w ....,

The Geographical Congres recently clsco than ever before known while 4r' e. :: .11;:;>> DIAMOND CYCLES..

j ,held universal In, Switzerland adoption of recommended the metric system the many more are listed to- leave Aus THIS, is the machine that eo<' 0. 110.I.I, Solid-Tim, STRICTLY Ho.3 C., Ladies Cnshloo Tires,
tralianports wi bin the nex t 30
days. 85.00 HIGH GRADE.
and aUo the Greenwich meridian It it that the used In the Office, ij < J::?. : 995.00Ho.
believed saving to con- s Ho. 2, Cushion Tires,
for the reckoning of longitude a Jj > 'fa $ 4, CflUTBrtible Solid Tires,
turners this year on coal will amount, Court-room, and for reporting 995.00
time. It Is doubtful maintain the 0 '$1,00
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Jl,000,000. The export supply of lectures and sermons. ;o Ho. 3, Ladl s' Solid Tires Ho. 4 0 /e- Goshloo
New York Times If Ibis will be done, Tires,
wheat is to be ; tOns $35.00OUR
: expected 800,000 [
'howerer.by all nation For, although which 1* a conservative estimate. 'Whila! its speed Is greater than any yn 995.00'No
standard in Roth other known method i Is CnsMon Tires 1))
cams wo | so simple tterwarmtcd
trance Enough tonnage is la port and on the eo<
beneficial to the world at large that any Intelligent person can gala a ti
naturally dealrits Paris time, and Eng\ way here, to arrive prior to December speed of zoo or more words per minute i ''''' .machlno made at

_ laud would never surrender her prIme 31, to carry away the entire amount. ; in five or six weeks, without the j r" 8 L..Jj ALL PARTS 'anY'lrlco.Interci1aMO .
aid of an instructor. Circulars and
meridian and adopt a revolution in Say. the San Francisco Chronicle testimonials sent to _all who mention let \ \ Bicycla Catoillo; Fres.
her system of measurement union "A, Norwegian named Eckroll has anew this paper. Im aMe \4q9e;; }\

the stew! measure wa examined and scheme, or perhaps! a modification If-J. '
,based upon Intrinsic merit. of an old schemer] for getting to E. T. PIERCE, FAYETTE, OHIO TJo $85.00 $85.00

--- '- the north pole. lIe .ha invented anew Sole Agent for U. 3. and Canada. ,0 0, nil JOII3N": P. LOVELL .AnnIs CO.,,
The,Washington Post that the .
/ lay kind of 'sled-boat,1 which is a :' BOSTON: MASS.
great corn-producing State of the H nMANUFACTURERS
sled so constructed that it can be 0 Sad u! trait li liurpl W :! oe cf tai,G'.rt infra! Intrtinj Coedi tf til lids,tfe
Northwest have agent In Europe, Into
turned a boat when necessary.
whoso duty it U to visit all the local "
The sled is for travel over the ice, and % s I 7 x o QO
fair. They with )
are provided
a the boat 1st to be used la the open tt
cooking apparatus, and openly before waters of the polar sea. Eckroll has >. P-3 ll "

the crowd of spectators they prepare 3JS .. .
Dot announced his route as 1ct.but' :S .
all the Tariom palatable dishes that L.J
hc. will t aka what he 2
can be made of corn-mush, -
hoecake ., Dent--(
deems the shortest road. The "
l(1ue., fgg-breail. corn-maiflas, etc.- tS: "WANT A 'AGON ?
expedition which he contemplates A of .
pampblct Information tad ab
and distribute-, product of their Knot ot th.l ",,lowing nun to O I I
will embrace it is said, but six people Obula '*tuu, U,* ui.Trad* n. We dive wagons, buggies surreys. High grace as Dght
skill to. all the who clams,
spectators care to t1.plrgeta.rt*
o Strong
durable
taite. but that ts just five people too A i.. MUNN sit Cp. o stylish, as beautifully finished as modernized
Their object I* to familiarize many. There can .be'Do valid objection yet S.w Br.adw.T. manufacture can produce. Built on honor by men of life .
Ute common people 0* Europe wiih to Eckroll starting off by himself ". experience. Honesty Is our policy; prompt 'shipment our

the various method. of cooking corn specialty. _We want to ,know Write Costs '
to find the north pole if ho wants to; you. us. you
and with the flavor of the dishes pre- nothing May lead to business by and by. Send for our '
indeed there could be much said In
pared"from It. It i* thought'that thus its favor, the best argument being ORPHEA MUSICAL BOXIstasLate.t AuJt1".JtJ: extension Stand. bamton catalogue. It Is free to every reader of this paper. Big. I
Wagon Co. '
a large demand may be created. iBTenllcB !. ,&wlm! M..lealThey.rethesweeH Binghamton, N.Y.
that another allly crank would be out X...
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ImpiUoumeat for debt Is not en- of the way; but in view of the historyof I. bie .n unmber of lanes can be pbulnej (..' theme
l expeditions he has no right to _
tirtly obsolete in polar
IN United States, Also a complete line of all otbr, tvlM and
Boles the Salt Francisco Chronicle asa sacrifice the lives of fire others by inducing HIM Irons 8 1 cent to J8.00 UaJUrt The ;

ie.ceut: cue Partedrom Sauth them to accompany him on his MtXock wedling in aiiniTenary America, Tile auV mat boliiUir Larg-I I eetI;

Dakota couclualreiy demonstrates. A useless and hopele-s journey. It would No mm eU Box MH ba Ouannteea to mat
wsl wi boat GantKkfi &f.tJ Time Change
man against whom. ,a judgment. not be bad idea for civilized nations and Chec. Fatoa'oJ in BwiUw Uud .IK!in the -
obtained to create a sentiment against polar exneditions U. 8. QtfDerfti agents tor Concert Oijtauiaua
in a suit for .
damage.,having phony Slu io Itoxn. Send ramps far pray $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN $65
negtecied to aathfy the same, was Ira.. by providing for bajiUluaeut .110&. .... '
prUoiwJ, the law providing that when to| the Arctic regions as a puuUhuient ._OIJrr.n." .., 1t..ear.rauJ'Ih.atre4 .att.. la It poaslbla nflret-class Buggy with Sllvar-plated Dash Rail. Seat
Ball. Handle, Hub
OtTiCHI Jt BOSS. Bands and Shaft. Tips for Above price
crime.' That would take .
defendant for soon
doe not pay au execu hit very 1030 Cbeatnal tit,rt&iladti1rhl&: : t Cn >
can fuuo against hU body. It 1* Unnecessary all the romance out of the frozen 23 OctSI ; : : %' M nrZO -

to Inquire whether in this, uorth and the open polar sea, and THE NEW YORK: > > :; n .1 :D:lie"

particular cake the roan could or could make a trip to these regions as an 'f- .0.J. III IC at

not pay, for it cuts no figure Jn the fashionable. as was a voyage to Botany WEEKLY WORLD 0: u C.O O a C M 0 !OOoOZ

JIJ'tlOIJllcar erulull: for debt he bay while It""Was or vra* reputed to be 1. Z U Z> IeIi. nm
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long ,luce been act down as barbarou a penal colony. Something should ONE DOLLAU A YEAR. < ,o 0 a
and certainly be done to prevent people o 3 -t
m Mottuble, became it i. too a < III
ContaIns the best features of E u x 0 '
ottl-I& pads an instrument to wreak from throwing away the lives of others a I 4 O. xG:
Weekly printed. 31. z
any QUAD, N V '
whom they infect with their al A
may
.euJC' ure cult ia effioatU own a .
rarely ever late of the Detroit Free Tress t- 0 z 0 a f
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u, tn deterring people from.becoming lll.aJfled enthusiasm, and tills ug- writes > 00 ()
of
'a page matter every :J < III : > 1'1
impiovlJent, pr in recovering gettloa might prove as effective a week, :4 ::pmli.Q n : .&.
them method as ft is quite safe to i* front what hat been wasted in any. as* SEND FOR SAMPLE COPY. 4
improf Cdcuc The sootier South Dakota ,sum_;Jbat Eciroll! with hi. sled-boat Write, for our New 80 page Catalogue of all kinds.of' VeWcl**.
'leai us kit the better for her 'will not succeed, sad that an ..expedi The lVeekl.lVorll e Address .
utaUou. rep 0.0.as.a end. -_.b..e. ._....... a... SOUTHERNBUCey
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lion will have to be sent to his relief .-. en:. 54..L. TI. 5wj.Ia.. ... ._ CO.
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If he .. ever' heard from at aiL 97 NOT NEW 13 YORK CITY. .d t..:.......a..e...&Yiris., .W", wJtl.: ..IA Ab.etw.....t..er..II_At..a_w CINCINNATI. OHIO'U, .
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: the faith, and {ncren.* twenty :Sub-Alliance) and the.'not in- -' I MIL AND MRS. nO'VbrItTHEV { down stairs and stay there' ftoes,.ttf.\ ,:-!

ALLIANCE, the. principle champ crease 1 is over! 600 members.Somh THE WIDE' WORLD. take 40,000,000 people to: puttlov :
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\. In hat grea Carolina-Tweoty-twn new Bub-i: one confounded old t'lu'.pet'-' ,
: Alliances have been established,. with INDULGE IN AN, INTERESTING "Hut can't 1 help", ,
MEWS, OF THE, ORDER .%' about 1.000 new, member* but a loss ol GENERAL TELEGRAPHIC AND DISCUSSION. 'No: you can't he!pi I'll put; 'tb' '',, I '

ITS \ a battleground fo% nearly a* many has been sustained. This ." CABLE CULLINGS thing down alone of pull the side of/.
MEMBERS :
: from the first It wm' i I. the only stale recently beard from In the house downt 1 No, wonder t.hO't'At,
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that pAtrioticalh which ao increase in membership is not pet men dasn't"oom up' here to .lay ,

Reform Thxt Comment and It < o; \ ..l reported.. .' Of Brief Items ot Interest From th*. Country, 1'1.,.. Mrli-C Conlrt.t-AlUr fnptrlf a TvrrlBatUrnaata Pntihtwn It! They cut,It /ootttort short :on'
rp
with tbe Al lance it Ohio The State bead Lbs too Jon (In the
Interest to ,Buckeye this dido and afoot ?
JUlLwcem .. the National Farmers' Hst. Thirteen new counties, are organized Various Sources. II. Finally ,Ab.nu n.a Size other! Lemmc catch 'em ( arofttid the

Union. It hu ,with 170 Sub-Alliances and the increase ,;' *hid to Mr, n.' house and l'lHWhatta! the'.xnat-'
An excnange "y : .11la in its methods, of membeishlp i* over 10 000. The Mark Lane: Erprett *m English ter now?" '-1'-:"'

have warned Dot to trait the bad ha met the wrath of South Daki.u-Working znJet difflculMes wheat sell at' an average rise of one shill PutttngPwn C rn.r. "It's got to bo turned around!f'

,pose joined We tie take Alliance the occasion for During the past year this Mate reports a 'net increase ing. They fifinlly brought up that twd You are Irving ,tQ fit it, the ,wrong.
and mendacious war of I 000 member .' Another banker of Berlin wa arrested stead this afternoon," tola Mrs. Dow "
: !
i them Against tile bad men who the Alliance, its West VlrJtlnla-Tho.. awakening$ and Wednesday ou charges of misappropriation set after dinner the other evening. way (. ,. '
like to Alliance "No I'afn'tl"!
: join tbe ,.but the ,
by partisan interest is Two hundredand
,Beware of them. bosses! of the state. phenomenal. hive funds. "Did, eh?" Just week since you ,"Wl ", of COUl'8C''Ou awactly .,;-f.'X-,.
been
and thirty Bub-NAllince! en. In a riot with the striking miners at picked It out, Isn't It?" -the Other way!" t'"bolt!
to strengthen and linearly
rolled, the net gain of members
: ,The Datla Tinrieral wb : under the care and << 10,000. MerlCourt, France, Wednesday, many 'Only four days." you not to do it. I knew you'd"-

,:been invrrtigatlnjf, tay that it present officer will no person. were injured. "Curious how everybody takes advantage "."111"$. Dowser, he began, a* hercrossed
: the attitude of U of the party benefit to the Alli. :' The Woman' Christian Temperance of you. They wou dn't have his hands behind bIt back
of, Texts oa tbe sub-treasury 1 the state organ, i*,one WOMEN IN COUNCIL. Union concluded its labor at Washington dared fool with me that wayl" and gazed at her with a benign ejuprcssion

lays 18 favor it and 37 oppose it. paptrs printed, and Wednesday and adj turned. thatcarpetlsn'tdown ;yet." ' of Woman', Temperance '
Great the

flattering
Is pretty good progress for the work There are a0! Telegram of Wednesday state that the "There's another specimen of your I you?"
when we.consider that it ha* : county papers that Union at Boston. ;tiarta invasion of Mexico is assuming style of running$ things! The infernal I Well, I suppose you '

before the public long. clearly and are Boston. .:Mass., 1lspttchsqef Four a more serious phase. The Mexlccn falsifiers agreed to be here'two months "Very will. When man' .wa treated
.* service. Tennessee thousand people packed Tremont temple, force have had another fight with him. ago!I" the Idea was that be should run-

The Home Sentinel*(Wingo, Ky. earnest, honest men at !knd overflowed into Park street church i At the creditors''meeting of Irving A. "Oh, no, dear 'They said sometime tho house. That's bow ,bu I.came' tOl'>
"When you bear a fellow by a loyal member and Bromfield street church near by, Evans & Co., Boston, Mass, Monday, the this week. know much more than woman. IfI
say to bring future suc Friday morning :when the monsteiworld1 following statement madei Unsecured -
wa "And they'll fool around till September
government cannot operate a am,not competent, howtver..tt you
convention of tbe nntlmal liabilities, $298,000; probable Mrs.'Dowser I don't want
aim bow it Is that when a Woman's Christian ; have put down fifteen or twenty million
:; pany makes an assignment,' doe *** wu called to order.Temperance Three thousund Union assets, $125,141. : to find fault with you, but I do wish carpets, and I never saw one'' in ", : .
l .
; .court* appoint and the Wednesday's dispatches'state that In you knew more about business. You '
life finish thi
manager Herald (Montgomery state and my why you'd better -
delegates m every territory
ness goes on fart the 'sane.', The Alliance composed were present. 'Ihs ball was elaborately urgent in Brazil are fortifying\ the city let everybody walk on'you as If you Job and ask tho court to appoint 'a I
.ha* the benefit of tbe road, and it *, true Democrats, decorated. MISS Willard called, the con of Rio Grande, and are preparing to repeal were a worm of the earth." guardian over me!" 'I.

I crated under control of the and third vention to, ordet, and madd ad impassioned any attack made by tho force of "But; can I bring the men up here?" "Hadn't you better wait till mornIng ,

.geL If the courts can operate organization i* not address. The t treasurer' report Fonseca. .she protested. to finish it?" '
successfully, can there be any It has aim, and showed ,the receipts to be $23,259;, ex Charles Wagalba paying and receivIng "How Is it that everything I order "Not by a Jug fulll I'll' put.'er
; that all tbe lines may DOt be run them. It has mis- J 217 153 teller of the branch depository of the gets hero on the minuter' Because, :
.. a penditurm, $28. ; membership, ,' down if It kills me stone dead/ ,
way f' fulfill it. It came la 402-a'gain of 10,809. Traderll' atlob&l bank ,_wal' arranged Mrs. Bowser, I do business in a busl Ho banged the door after her' aa' ,
.. demand of inexorable Mist Wilard! in her address, said: So Thursday, at New Orleans as defaulter to ness way :It I should let you hare she went out, and when be: prabed, 1'
The Commerce (Tet.) journal in existence and the good work goes on. New territory the. extent of $8,000 full swing here, where do you suppose hold of the carpet and ripped it up It
'The New York: Chamber of to live because the is pre.empted, and woman'* mighty I A dispatch ot Saturday from Marthalt- we'd land at the end of six months! !seemed as If the house lifted a foot
_. ,has just decided itself against any is .so great and realm of philanthropy encroaches each town, la., says. It baa been mowing However I will show those carpet up ,
.coinage of silver and yet no one I who, compose day upon the empire of sin, disease and !. here several hours, and indications 'are men that they ,can't fool'with Jonas or"Darn more I'll wallop to to 4
members can point to a place the ties of in misery that hag so long existed: -that wt favorable for a big now storm. Snow J., Dowser no matter what 'excuses ye, ye rng
: ,tell of,a time when, there was too are fastened to it thought must endure forever. But there i* reported in other place iu Iowa. they can palm, on on his wife. I'll pay for this!" she heard him growl' fla.
1 ___ silver! in ute for the public that remains she listened at the door.
money compels them immense territory to be possessed. A of Saturday
Washington dispatch slip and that down In
up put carpet
If He whirled the around tho
English capitalists should and make carpet
to
any The church itself must have new cru says: Commodore aUmsey who Is actIng "
about minutes.
: America with 100,000,000 to This condition sade. It must become the people'home. secretary of the navy, denies positively seven right way, upset his saucer of tucks-

_____ would be bailed with delight. homes, has imper Its doors of gospel grace must stand open that any order have been sent to and bunched the lining all"np in a.
L) the Objection to our own people children and baa night and dny. It must not be a huge the United States steamship Charleston heap; And as ho moved about be suddenly '

|, the same amount' '.from the for them to attain locked up cube of masonry, with a dead to seize the Hawaiian Islands, under any uttered another whoop and, k'' i'I
S ___ coining' itt report on the atmosphere during six day of the week state of nffatrs, si has been reported. 4. !. hobbled about on Dekg, She knew

__ *'*.. of the country for such cannot be the twentieth century A cablegram of,Tuesday from St. Petersburg this was tho last. straw and she fled.
! :The Arkansas Farmer ,(Little ) that ha, jeopardized I exponent of the church of Him who Russia, says Report* from tbe On' her way downstairs she beard the

wjs "Don't think, because your fact that they are went about doing good. We must draw famine.stricken district of the empire window' go up and 'next moment:

Sub-Alliance is pony and wanting' at cost of pro the people to the church by having something continue to*,how the despair and ,(uttering I It something scraped alongside the bouse
ergy and life that the order is impossibility of ex there for them which will lead "t
entailed upon the poorer classes by : and fell with a "kerwhop' on the iron
\down. -Read up and see that it is from this condition, them up through material perceptionand ,
the scarcity! of food. The governmentis fence. It wasn't Mr.' :Bowser. lie
ahead' with all steam' on. It grows systems. The change' love of spiritual blessing. fully alive to the exigencies of the situation came downstairs with his' eyes lL1 big'
rate of two or three 'thousand The change That which unmistakably' de- .v.v'Ii
party and is In its onions '
doing everything as and his face as red as paint*
Thirty-eight states have bern claret for the prohibition of stronj drinkin 1
to help the sufferers. and AS soon he could his breath
as ,
power get .
and all will soon join the column. *. the political} platforms of 1892, i* the '
-_ Washington/ dispatches 'cf Saturday ho shouted.. :: .
lug can atop the great march of STATED. only one that Can hope for the gord will,' '
ple. Take hope, take courage, food words and prayer of the .Woman's say I Mr. Lacey, ctniptroller of currency, 1'' Hsin. "Your' old carpet is down, Mr o\\ :
true'to your colors, and your present the Christian Temperance Union. We nailed has instructed bank examiners to take Bowser. -down out of the window!
wilt surely triumph. Bight will, .'. that have held that banner to the masthead in 1884and, charge of the 'Cheyenne National! back "Didn't I tell you, before, ''you begun :
end, be the victor. and adopted, the sink or swim, live or die survive or pertlab of UheyoDneb Wyo., '''and the National\ tbat"--- .
,. ... we will keep it waving. lego. Cal., both of which, "No! You wanted it down-) '

The Independent- (T.rklo.Mo.) Michigan.Kansas. Miss Willnrd then ,dwelt at length failed during the week. Their officer "Didn't I say you'd, get mod. ;,and
are somewhat connected a* the lame man '
t
It has been scientific temperance instruction, blame"- :
truly'stated that the i Iowa. upon
t is not a' )political party; yet the California. tempera'nce literatuie,' medal, contests was frequently charge of both bouses. ''Nov rl! Mrs. Bowser, thU la tho,

t will not condemn a man to death Indiana. the temperance press, the labor question, An Omaha dispatch of SarurdaYI&I.' last time I ever lift my hand 'to' do'
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jing his sentiments. The only Illinois. evangelistic work, work 'among policemen The postmaster general has ordered that anything around this house!, Eye! ,
[this state that seems to be even in North Dakota. Sabbath observance toclal purity sixteen mail :carrier, and, five clerk be rubbed moi e'n yard of hide 'off .my
pathy, ,with Alliance demands, COD'r Delaware. marriage and divorce, purity literatureand dismissed in the Omaha postoflke., Soon .. knees, skinned both elbows and driven
newly organized art, the woman' temperance,temple after Fostmfester Clarkson assumed the -.s; ' People's party; "!sonnda. thousand tacks Into my.feet, i
TACK.
natIonal duties of his office the United State 20W8BII STEPS OK A
Dcmoers of the! Order in every Colorado. and temperance hopltal-In. besides getting a crick in my back
nd in both Democratic and stitutions all dear to the heart of the civil service eommiation called attention
strongholds are tboowing off Oklahoma. white ribboner. She'wu followed by to the fact that In ,the! appointment of "You-you don't mean It!" the which, ,,111Ia, me up the rest" Of my'
Oregon. We!I"
party shackles Vnd going Into the LAdy Henry Somerset, who made a t>rief clerks and barrier In' the Omaha pott- gasped.
- ple'* party bacause it .is the' only 'Washington.Missouri. address. The rest( the day wa taken office the civil service" law* bad ,not been. "Certainly I do. .I don't care about lngthat""Thatyou'wantedthecarpetdownt"But I told you. .In the Trerybctfinn-,

that promises relief. it was reaffirmed up in report and singing.. strictly observed.A saving a dollar. or two, but I propose -
..' cablegram of Saturday from St., to assert my independence.. Where's ,' -,
vote each and Arkan it. MEXICO'S TARIFF Petersburg, Russia, says A large number .i tho hammer?" It is down! I am downt That'end* tt.t!

i l BUT TOY WILL HOT: BEX IT. Florida against five mak of German colonists along tbe'Volgi I "I wish you wouldn't. A carpet I'll nail the old I room :vp wltb" ride:'
11 Under the above captain tbe In opposition, Ha Undergone Some Recent UodiflcatloniThe -, river became discontented with tbe condition has got'to be nicely put down." walk spikes,' and If you even ask' me

dye (Raleigh, N. 0.) *says "The state In Missouri Article Named. prevailing in Russia, and many 01! "Exactly. I have seen'one or two in the future to sharpen a leadpencilI .A.I

I mated value of the cotton crop in carried by a A Washington dispatch of Friday says: them have determined to give Up tbeli, carpets Jn my Ufol Where's the won't be responsible for mY.D.ctloD8t!
Ikansai_ In 1889 was $28,000,000, : wisely referred back Mr. Ryan, minister of the United State holding and leave the country. A large I tacks?" Mrs. Dowser, good night!

I the Faulkner County Wheel. Now will doubtless be at the City of Mexico, In a dispatch of number will go to tbe United. State. and "But, I know how It will end," she And as he limped up stain and

.pose the Sub-Treasury plan had at toe next meet-., October 22, 1891, has transmitted to tbe other to South Africa The emigrant, persisted. "You'll ge tired out, get threw himself on the bed with a jar
&wand all this cotton had been believed to be true secretary state a copy ot an official are thrifty and industrious, and a majority mad and then-" which shook the house and stoppedthe
f the government would have issued as it now standi. decree ,of tho president of Mexico of them are lalrly wsll-to-do., "And then, what?" kitchen 'clock she beard him.

*nt, of this 123,000,000 or $ too. amending the new tariff Jaw in relation A Cleveland O., dispatch says; The "But, remember I It"is against my groans t i !
miking in all : to
acre, $50,400,000' foreign merchandise entering the federal Methodist general miiilooary.committee wishes. If anything happens 'don't "And this comes ,from having a '". .ft,
he of Arkansas for ,the
i crop year district. The articles of the decree
decided Tuesday not to' recommend lo blame me.'' wife whodoesn't knowanltblnSl about'
oesn't with
) any man common areas follows: tbe general conference that foreign and bouse!" New .
"When did I ever blama vnii managing a Ywk WOTid..A .
that the
know farmers would
(Springfield) says: Article 1. Foreign merchandise dutiable home missionary work be '.
managed by
When did< an hlngv r happen Iceived better prices for their cotton, in financiering that upon importation under the tariff of two distinct locletle The City.
their merchants, doctors, lawyers debt; in order to the general Customs ordinance, upon introduction for home mission give white appropriation workIn She gave it up; and removed his The Home of 1870, was dirty, but ; I

lucre money and all have been Ills i pre-eminently into the t.,1eral districttball the ,south, $'9,800; colored work' coat, vest, necktie; and collar and dignified; inconvenient for people
_netltedf'. people must owe not be taxed more thin 0 per cent duty 137.200. The total of. appropriation disappeared up stairs. The carpet with monica tastes, but most com 7
... that national on contraption, based upon the' total slightly exceeds the total originally set lay In a heap on the floor, and he unrolled fortable for those who; bad, adapted '.

The Progressive! Farmer, promises to pay. a amount of import duty aside for borne mlsdooi, and must be It, pushed up his sleeves and themselves, to its 'JDedl vaJ ways,
_"n tbe recent elections, says predicate a certain: Art. 3. Foreign merchandise exempt scaled down. was about to begin work when Mrs, The Home of 18W) 'is comfortable for
ilectioos .last week were or seem to be, upon Importation from the payment of ANew'York dispatch of Wednesday Bowser opened the door and observed nobody; the acres Of new palaces that

pine res'pect*. They do not to get away from duties, under the tariff ,of general customs pays The Ohl and Mississippi railway t were to\ be are.! mainly huge; ugly"'
- oretell what tbe result will be next is a banker, ordinance, shall not, upon introducing baa for a great MInt'elifl been the principal "I don't see how you are to get ii tenement houses, stuccoed flimsier,
jwerer. Boodle was used in existing: Ia method. the federal district, bear any other connection of iho Erie and NewYork' down without a stretcher." abhorrent without and inhospitable

me places. In Kansas the Q an enlarge duty. Prnnsylvanj and Ohio railroad "!'erbaV$ not. There aro a great within-a tasteless waste,.wherb :tb,6'
ty nominated candidates for banking forms of principle in-, Art. 8. The provisions the toll tariff' to and from tit. Louis. One of the praoticsl 'many things in this world for you and highest virtue Id fragility and the
SSourt Judges. They elected their for public If he a. obtaining in tbe federal district, and result of the recent Baltimore and every other wife to learn, Mrs. Bow noblest destiny demolition Of tho
Jin'two or three: districts. In the money. Issued under date of Juno 10th last, are ,
this form Ohio-Ohio and Mississippi, combination: ser. delightful gardens/ which used.W ex-
I fee lJemocrata'aa<1 .Republicans peculiar would hereby repealed in II far a, they contravene na teen the formation by the Erie com. She retired and two minutes later tat within tbb circuit of the wall of

|qad by this unholy and unnatural their, they plan the thispratent decree.: pa.y of an entirely new line to St. Lout.DYer' heard the sound of the tack hammer. Aurdtauus]! the only 'considerable 1H
Art. 4 This decree
elected their Taken shall take effect
jWnation there men. bus in debt in or- the first day of November on the Vandalla road negotiation I She stood it for five or six minutes* fragment remaining Is that of the
wa, nothing a concluded
ffKther.of former election and the of money. Since having beeu recently betweenthe and then went. up and looked in on English Embassy; and that too,. bad
I Von Erie and Vandalla companies by him again. lIe had got the been marked la ,
the debt itself & carpet ; out building Jot,
I fe better off than it was. But all
.no THE IOWA RETURNS which the Vndalla i. to be exclusive
an 'tacked
.ij an eye opener for people who ;I of being em connection& of the Erie Hoe to end from along one side but fcho called and baa been saved only by the protest '
-- out: of her
|workiog for the good of I for money I Louis. ,. Majesty'* Government
81.
.. ':at'' any more efr Give the State to the Democrat*-.Tb _ _ "Why ypu ore tacking that carpeton backed by the Jlntet and the Italian

, I- /'The Farmer Alliance 5 has Inau such money than it Entire Ticket Elected. THE GOVERNOR'S REPLY the bare.floor! There's tbe liningon arcbtBologlcal authorities. Tbe. famous
the only foundation the window-allI! You'd have, Ludortet Oiinleoe ,the
I war on trust and combinations, A dispatch of Thursday from Des pride of
I I i.therefore the duty of all paper same debt Perhaps Moines, la., a'ye:' The couaty boards of To the Message of the heir York Lot made a nice job of It, wouldn't you I" papal Home, and amongst tad most
I rmen' aide in that fight to give method contains supervisor .bars at last finished the can. He couldn't. crawl, out of It, and ha beautiful Europe, bare been built
I- formation as may be readily for the banks," vats of ** vote cast at the last election.Tbe tery Ffllten.I coJ1tent. himself with rising up and over, and'the vengeful. loer'ot Old
I t regard to the various trusts and not, that accounts return received by The liegbter A Nsw York dispatch of Monday says: polatlnjr sternly towards the door Rome eeef with malignant] latli/ac-
I sea that do the most damage, I of the latter, and from all the counties make the total vote Governor NIchoUs ha replied* follow She went out but listened and heard tiers tbe long rows of tenanted

I many of.them, and perhaps 'I cast for governor 42Otl'11 the to tbe message of the :New York: meet the rip! rip! rlpl.! be pulled up bit windows of the, huge apartment .

1- a worst are those made upon some largest vote ever cast in tbe state. Tbe log held. some day ago bidding Louis work I{ was a quarter of an hour hcuws of tbe quarter, over whose .
I tot small value. Which enables TBX AtUAJICK. votLig in the pr aid. atial election of ana Gcd (peed in her fight galat the before she dared enter agnln, and then portals, newest. In stucco and white.

I ne extent to more readily '* office In Wish 1888 was 404.000, Boies democrat, received lottery"Tha: fraternal It wo lo response to a yell which wash. ho reads tho last remnant of
tiee. The combination of the ax that the growth of : 207,079; Wheeler, republican citizen greeting* lent by the made tbe cook drop sevun plate* and tbe language of the Romans, "Est
of New York
to Louisiana bid
UJ'enla t a fair sample of this too rapid to keep 199,789; Weatfall alliance, 11.918), ; Gibson ding her God- in her the dog bowl mournfully. locanda. The Ludovlsi gardens were
ipeed flgbt agalasttbe
t. There were two year ago past D1G Jtb. The ,prohibitionist, fifl3. Boies' plurality lottery "W-what |Is It?" she gasped, as offered to the munclpolity for "Goo-
are
7 two manufacturer in thf recent is 7,815, lacking 0,0(4 of being a majority. profoundly appreciated .he rushed la
u to
report Many thank for them. '1'hat the people SnU Mr. Bowser 000, jind refused, while It spent $?40,"
Sri. la October 1889. a Two year ago Governor Boies lacked of Louisiana will be true to themselves I standing oa one leg against the walL 000 In'l.bO purchase and demolition
,
pet oa foot to consolidate subordinate Al only 401 of baring a majority of all the to their fellow citizen of other Matt "What 1. what?" of a single! palace on the Corse, to 0

ieIugestofthasebythelssue Dlud, witli a Ret vote cast in Ibe .,49. For liaatsnaat and the obligation of the country, justice "Why, you whoopedKkeaaIndian. soaks a va'ant spa" t.bt -
. t stock in of the Bestow, democrat, 304,839
;
_; purchase governor Your face J. red
. Bestow1 and right! fervently hope and coofldently as M flre, and some hundredth part of the gardens 'l'htrablf"rruat.1on
leave the eight small factories to hot war baa been Van Houteo, republican 100,880. believe. thing' happened! '
Is 4M3. For of of home during tbtt '
out at lodge
"zeD leisure. in plurality
! Mississip but the court Kime democrat, "Fiunci Niciiom.. Governor.... "Mrs. Bowser, J: am not In the lUt twenty yearn i* unique In. the*:'
day supreme -
every ;
habit of
whoopingi"he! sternly replIed history civilization for barbarism *.
; o i alliancei, Georgia needs BO the net increase: 208,6311; Weaver republican, 200461. WROTE A NOVEL '' ,
HE *A4 nothing has
, ation. It is known wherever over l.OCO. Kims' plurality i* >,U& For uperia- When I happened. extravagance, and: corruption* otiver:
:- plea ol tbe order arekDOWa, -,' Bub-AIll- tended of public instruction, Knocpfler, want your valuable service* Mice tbe world begad wu to muds
i I ; .. cfluence i* felt wherever the .. with net democrat, 269,779; Bible, .'J'Ubl1caa. lid WM Forthwith Bounced Fro...theOfflce. I'll call to you. The exclamation you money spent to 'do so iaUclu1jj...

'*b4IailianC' is progresaing. It Is } ( .*. lOt,881. Ksoepfler1 pluralft/, 883. beard XrobaWycam. from aome one ..4t lIll.IIcnllJlJ.. '
tar of the order, and stands : doing some glori A Wtthlpgtoa dispatch MVO Sacre.tary m a balloon passing over the bouse," A ..11m.... ....IttI&.ke; f'!. 11:'
; fct: in this great struggle for successful work. T&e Grip la Gen ul. Noble OB tiatcrday, dtaoltsed from But bo hammered away for about A jrarrlsburjr, J-a.,' cur eQt.

1 : ___, .fleers! are among the best, -, Bub-Atliancr the service, Lewis V. Bogy, of Bt. Louis, ten minute when she looked In on writ,.: "W ban a few nmt.latonbero tgl-
.ready and willing to defend the December lit, A cablegram of Friday from Berlin, 110 A clerk in the peuJoa o11ce. for blm again. He bad three sides of who can scarcely take t-aro
:1 3a4 propagate Its doctrines. Its over 9,000 tt.ua- Germany, say: loSueeza I* claiming having written! and published a novel of the carpet down and was tacking tbe of themselves, let alone lookjnir after
= the Southern Alliance are DOW at many victims la Poses since the disease a. objeetieeable character oa cfScial life fontb. Just as >be reached the bead the tnt ret of their eoJl>>t4tuenta.
Islands organ among the bet sills ice pa appeared in this pUce. It Las spread la Washington. la making Lie report, of toe stair be rolled backward out Recently, a gentleman frost o&a of
.,abUsbed and is doing! a great woik. counties bare very rapidly and the number of those spec the subject to Secretary Noble, I of the bedroom door with a suppressed our neighboring counties, whO bad
t is it is loyally aided by Urge 215 8u -A.Ul&llcel, afflicted by the dreadful grip, i* DOW Governor Baum aay: "Tbe book fca jtU and great craah. Just received bJ* order 'fw stamp", J
if country paper far above the of membership is quite large. Tb disease la pearly everycase scarcely' a redeemIng feature between Jucoven. I'Wbat oa earth are you &trying to went tbocltypostofflcetogettbeni.
i attended with aarlow consequence It* motive seem to be to present .
I -. point .f effectiveness and I do, Mr. Dowser she asked. i 'What denomination Inquired the
and U Instance bce a ,official and acei*! Ufa la Waablagtoa la
. alliaa *, maay
E the here
t u taf to. assume that county organiza 4I01l1lP again P be ahouted clerk. ''Lutheran aId the member
!eorgIsisia *af* bands Lad will with about bUl Uraiaatloa, fee went pcesible Ugh U "&dr. ""PMnt ttfl you to ita .modestly,1'! ,

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.. tAN\IUVER ADVOCATE FRIDAY, fctifc.It, 1891.. !

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cry JAxts pBitCHABO, President; W. B. BAKmnr, VIce.I'resldent' { I
Mr. Harrison wed material'ly Letter from Mr. D.S.Hutchinson Tax Notice.
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HDIM( LAYER 1DYOCATE4A W. :M. Bnowir' ,Cashier. '
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assisted In his efforts before the Notice to the tax 1/a1.
TBKNTOIT' N. J., Nov IS, 91.. is hereby given /
phosphate convention by Major I much In favor of and ert of Brevard county, that the book
deep-
am very ,
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TO TBOmar PKTat; office at Sharpen. INDIAN RIVER STATE
navotlD BANK
at
W JL'I' ov*MAt are;now open my I
or THE nwu rrm Ann Magruder, of Rockledge, who is an ly Interested In the movement 'In reference Fla., where taxes for the year 1891, will
to a port of entry and shipping harbor
of him-
1AKB WOmTH IECTIoar.GRAUAM owner phosphate property be received and receipt issued. Parties ,
self. Without at Canaveral FU.; I see by the Stir send at I under the Law of the State of
the support of that there It a very favorable move In wishing to pay taxes will please {Incorporated Florida.) .
A WA TON, Purrsfiice it is 'doubtful If full and explicit description of their
Major Mngruder, that direction by the people of Florida, Authorized capital $100,000
be able ,
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lands a* possible so that may .
Mr. Harrison could have secured and I believe that they will accompliih ,
their object,bedause! the people of Middle to identify them. A* a large'number of: 5 Paid up capital, $26,000
favorable action the (\N
Jrom phosphate
TKusTille assessed unknown It
: Washington Avenue, Florida mutt have a cheaper and more properties are a* r-- '
Florida. '' convention.This direct will be impossible for me to make out t Average deposits, $140,000
Indian Rim route to New York and the old
is not the first time that world for their immense phosphate rock receipt In certain case unless I am furfished

Major :Magruder bad worked like a and fruit shipment I was In conversation with a description of the land Transacts a General.
which the parties making application Banking
a few day ago with our member of upon ,
for the interests of Indian
J't1JLtSDJtD,) EVERY FBIDAT. Trojan; wish t6 pay. Enoch W. Hall, Tax
,
Congress, lion. Jan Buchanan; of Tren-
; 1. Biver. His position as a heavy ton, N. J., and he gave me to understand Collector, Sbarpes, Brevard Co., FlA., _;__'_ Business
stockholder In a phosphate com that he Would do all that he! couldIn Nov. 17th. 1891. _
Address aU commnnlcntloni to ( pany gave him prominence before next Inter's Congress towards getting Putch Largest and Oldest Bank on the Riser
X5DIAN niTER ADVOCATE, the convention, and he did not lei the appropriation and nccessar; 'Vl.11:1.nD1: : : _- '- -
item; and he will: before the}her and -
go eDrayman.Hanling .
the opportunity to a good word DIRECTORSt,
Trrmmtc, FLOBIDA. say harbor committee and the movement tinder .
tf o.nut,44. for the East Coast, and to fight for way to help the State of Florida.. Let done at reasonable At- the National Rank B.BAKSETT(President
( of of JackimnTllle
,
tends all departing, and meets all arriving ) J H
interests, pass by; without tak us all do .what we can; for Florida is DcitKine (Vlce-Pteaident National Bank of
bound to be prosperous State. ThereIs trains.' Jacksonville W B. GRAHAM and W. M.
ExPUtUTION8 are now 1 In ojder ing advantage of it. only one Florida. Orders left with & B. Rumph or'at B owl(.
aid John Sherman speaking of There was present; at the con DAVID S. IIVTCJIIJfsol'l'' ADVOCATE office "will receive; prompt CORRJtIlPOJl1)ItNT8.!
vention an individual representing Florida Star Nov. 26. attentionN'AVMA1Vy ::! ;; Seaboard National Bank of New'York .n4
,
National Bankof
the result In Iowa, has no hesitancy Jacksonville 20TITUSV.I'LLE
New Smyrna, but he did not sue. .
in Using plain.language with rcfer- ceed in getting an indorsementfrom Notice.Eau S FLA..

race to the prohibition question. the convention. The truth is Oallie town lots for. sale between NEWSPAPER

He says that "no party' which attempts of. the bar at Mosquito Inlet.is of a hip residence.yard and pOHtoffice. Win.For business Roesch SUBSCRIPTION J. S. WATSON
to regulate the appetites or Apply to AGENCY CO.
the will be successful, and, shifting character, and millions Eau Oallie, Fla. llseptSmo l Vas ,
people
would be required To make it avail. The Pioneer Agency.

the sooner that the fact republican the better.party We ap- able, while the harbor at Canav, From a Rockledge Subscriber For term and sample copies addressC. OOMMISSION AND
predates H. NAUMAN
eral has an excellent outtide anchorage ,
hare got to get away from such II'DUN Knrstt AnvnCAT It 18 a pleasure to TITUSVILLE, ,Brevard county, Fla.
sufficient of
and nothing but disaster with depth nand on the dock at Roukledfre and witness the FORWARDING'ME.RCHANTS.
nonsense, water to float the largest vessels in system and cowl order uarrteil oat in the land-
organization has ever fug of freight by the the
to any party men employed on Jno McAllister
had that the world. steamer Sweeney. All tbe officers and men teem -
come of it, and it has remit Harrison to understand their bu.lne. The steamer I. '. DEALERS .IN FERTILIZERS ,
Mr.
will at! ,
In Iowa." This is a good quotation : proceed docked handsomely)the order are given quietly ,
onqe;to New York, where he hopes ,but In a commanding way,every. man Is at c, tfl' Contractor r torLA
to remember when Sherman hi* poet The ("' Geo. PaddlHon Orange box& crate material
in the presidential to secure a' memorial from the step onto the dock with an elutlo spring, am orange wraps,
takes the stump at the same time In a bnilnem way, with a net r
trratest next year, and smiles seductively Chamber of Commerce in that city. of the freight In his hand('heckleYel'J'package 1 Artesian Wells. A5: !! Iciiicls:: of Garden Seeds, .
He will then 'go to Philadelphia, as the hand.calls it off,and lands It In die dock. i 1 ; '
the prohibitionist Everything In handled carefully and received In
upon
,Toter. and 'secure the assistance'of his good order. The boat Is run to please, and accommodate 1 Eau Gallic, Fla. Lime, cement, plaster and plaster hair.We .
brother-in-law. S. Davis Esq. the people and not the company al. ,
Page together. Long may the boats of the E. C. T.
nova big man unlesswe who is thehead: ,of a leading law Company stir up the waters of the Indian River, are Headquarters for these Goods, and will not be undersold. ,
QUAY RUE P ELY '
and If the people who live on the river wllllup- .-. .... "
firm bf the Quaker City. Mr. Page this n
use that term with reference"to port line they behind 6e fear all the mag
6i. influence, then he is 'a mamnotb. Is an' intimate friend of Wana. nates that may be monopoly.PBSCRVXB.. REAL ESTATE, FIRE, LIFE "AND We are State Agent for THOMPSON 4 EDWARDS FERTILIZING CO., of

His indorsement, or vindication maker, Postmaster General, and ACCIDENT' INSURANCE. Chicago, and Ian,? sell at Jacksonville prices.It .
Hamilton Dlsston. He elected Annual Meeting of Stockholders Notary Public f< r the State at large. ,
was ?
' call It, what you will, by the Fall Information as to Government and State will pay you to see ns before placing your orders elsewhere.ISMURPHY.
people af Pennsylvania, means a City Comptroller by the democratic The 8rd annual meeting of the Indian lan.... "
good deal. The Inveterate Tarpon party, and his popularity may be River Orange Growers'- Association will MELBOURNE. FtA.ar. \

hunter will carry the Pennsylvania understood when it is stated,that be held at the office of the Association '
'delegation to the National republican he ran 60,000 votes ahead of his at City Point, on Wednesday, the 2n< \T\T ., Rogers, '
tickets lIe was also in charge ,oi day of Deo. 1891, at which the electionof DEALER IN CLOTHING ,
convention. lie will, if he officers bur the ensnlng'year will be ,
wishes to do so, succeed himself as the.United States. Sub-treasury at held. Every stockholder who can, oughtto Gents. Furnishing' Goods Shoes Hats
;
United States Senator, and not Philadelphia, under, .Cleveland, and attend thIA meeting. Jacksonville Machine ,
)ave a tenth of the trouble Senator l Is president of ,the Quaker City A basket picnic and fish fry,will be in Caps Umbrellas, Trunks, Valises, .

Call has had to do so,-and last but national bank. It will readily be order.. L. The Hatch ladles, sect.are; A.cordially Brady, presdnt Invited.A. FINE CIGARS Eta

not least, viewed the standpoint of seed that this influence will be very The only house in town making a specialty

am Indian Biverite, he will tack on vllaable in securing the success of Indianola. .- of Gents. Furnishing Goods. And Iron forks

a quarter of a million dollar appropriation the Canaveral project. :Mr. Harrison Drop in and examine my stock, and

for Canaveral, or' for ,will also endeavor to' secure Mr. and 1r.... F. L. Plimpton'and little compare mand prices.consideration Cash customers com

,tome other improvement on the the aid of Senator' Quay, who is daughter. Daisy, visited Indianola on claim to every confer competitor' PUMPS, ENGINES ,AND MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS

South-east Coast of Florida, 'if the I quite familiar with the advantagesof Sunday.Mr. Call when convenient First door
the East Coast and Hill nildreth left on Tuesday for Tltnsvllle Made and Repaired. '
no
wpirit moves htm that way, and we will and south of ADVOCATE office.
where he otherwise
paint
understand that he has already intimated i doubt, be willing to say a good Improve the appearance of his str. CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS PIPING & SUCTION
word for Canaveral before the
his intention to do so."Its ; ap- City of Columbus. DIXON .
& GRAY
,
an ill wind that blows nobody propriate committee in the Senate. 'There will be a meeting of the Indian ,
any good." From Philadelphia Mr. Harrisonwill ola Social Club to-nlprht; the 27th Inst., Dealers in For Phosphn'te Dred.I.ii&: : : ,

proceed to Washington, and at the residence of Mr. McDonald, who Drags, Chemicals, Perfumery r Toilet OFFICE & WORKS
extends cordial Invitation to all.
THE great daily, newspaper is being a relative'of the President; a Articles Fine 134 & 136 East Street .Jacksonville
Stationery Bay Fla.
Soaps
and having letters..of introductionto'Secretary Mr. J. R. Carter and Mr.John Orether ,,, .
one of the wonders of. the nine were In ,THusville Thursday, nlht--4e JEWELRY ,
ej n-emo
teenth and marvel- Blaine, will be well meet Mrs. Grottier sister from Colirn- ..
so ,
century, yet : I SPECTACLES' .. .
ens has been the advancement in equipped aid Senators Bullockand bus, 0.,,who will spend the Winter. with : SEWING MACHINES.Guns E. G. BLAIR. D. .B.' riii

tie science of ele trlclt1.that it Call in pressing the matter before them. PUtoig\ Sewing: Machines and

will only be a few years when the the several departments and Mr. J. R. Moore baa shipped eleven Machinery Repaired., .Watches, Clock Blair &
Congress. crates of string beans; and Mr. 8. J. and Jewelry a Specialty. .Thrasher :
newspaper may prove A thing of Field will begin to ship In a few days. School Books and School Supplies. ,
the past., The day is not far distant The people of this section have For health, wealth, happiness and string Subscriptions taken at publisher's prices

when we will be able to turn long talked about the advantagesof beans, come to Indianola, for Newspapers, Books, Magazines, etc. PRODUCE :

a button and have our telephones Canaveral, but have never be. Prescriptions carefully compounded at BROKERS
tell us in properly modulated tones fore taken any systematic steps to 3OOOOO0 People any time, day or night

vents interest as they occur in secure an appropriation to renderIt Die annually of consumption.- The most Commission & Distributing Merchants

11 parts of the wire-encircled; globe; available. It looks to Us at present if not all, .of them eould be saved and C. J. HECTOR '

and after that, the next step, when as if Mr. Harrison was on the restored by inhaling rated oxygen, the 153 i BAY
latest, simplest and most marvellous of Dealer in General WEST STREET JACKSONVILLE FLAP
ne will not only hear? what Is goingon right track, and it would be well ; ,! ,

throughout the world, but our for every! property holder ,on the not modem watt,remedial but begins discoveries.Its work at It once.does :lIerohanc:1l.seMelbourne : : P. 0. Box, 761.. .

offices, will be furnished with an Indian,River, who has the power Waste Is stopped and repair commences. Fla.

area of polished, surface upon to bring about any influence in The lunar live again, and do their workon ......:.. ORANGES AND PINEAPPLESA
the blood and nerves. All the forcesof
.Washington use their efforts to
which :
we can see, reproduced by
nature are once more called Into play, Hats Shoes
SPECIALTY.
telegraph, all those events just as do so. and life Is worth living. Send for our Clothing Dry Goods
accurately all if we' were on the President Ingraham,of the South new book of testimonials, free. Aerated Just Arrived. Consignments of all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables! and Produce Solicited.'
Goods.
.scene ourselves. This may sound Florida railway, has submitted the Oxygen Compound Co., Nashua, N. IT. Splendid LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE. PROMPT RETURNS.

Utopian, but who would have matter to.Mr, Plant, and intimatedto Lake Worth.Mr. OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD, References: National Bank of the State of Florida; W. H; Sharpe, Sharpest. T, V.
dreamed of the telephone or 'electric Mr. Harrison that if the, government DRUGS, GROCERIES, GRAIN Moore, Eden; Wells & Sons, Plant City, etc. 12jun
light a and there will take the Of aU kinds; and in fact a full line of --
century
ago; necessary H. Hammond returned on Wed everything. Call and examine.
are children today who will take steps to render the harbor at Can- nesday. ,

up the science of electricity a few averal available that it is quite The Mary B. Is expected back from THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST

years hence where Edison leaves it likely the S. F. IVy Company will TUusvHle dally. W. N. HENDRY

at his death and do all he has done I take steps to make connection with The schooner Bessie B. left for Jacksonville .

for the world,* and possibly more. I the new port. Mr. Harrison has on Fridav.Cart Dealer In ..8..NE. 1JE3e' :: ::
bad interviews with the 'Cuddv," of the Deerhound, left .
leading
CONCERNING I A VERAL. phosphate men of the state, 'who ,' for Mrs.Miami II. D.on Pierce Thursday.has been very 111 fora General Merchandise, OLD ESTABLISHED AND RELIABLE FIRM

have initiated a combine to regu. few days, but we are happy to learn DRY GOODS, ,

Mr.Henry H.Harrison, who has late the production, transportation that she Is recovering. 'THE L B. DARLING FERTILIZER CO of PAWTUCKET R I.
been delegated by the governor of and,sale of their product, and if Capt. Benson Lyman: has been boating NOTIONS. ,
Florida and by the county com. the route via Canaveral is opened freight from Juno to several points on < .
STATIONERY -- -IS THE FIRM
the lake for the last few days
I
xnissionert of Brevard county to up the executive committee of the
and the phosphate combine will no doubt Mr. N. Bouchard is now at Capt. Fnl- Choice Groceries Who Manufacture those FERTILIZERS
urge upon Congress upon ford's Blscayne Bay House of Refuge, that are especially adapted for the
Executive Departments of the ship all their rock through the new awattintr an opportunity to return to MOIS, FLA.IDrugB ORANGE VEGETABLE and PINEAPPLE GROWERS OF FLORIDA.
United States the passage of a bill outlet. This would sustain a reg.. Indian River. These Fertilizer hare always given the very best of satisfaction wherever they

appropriating money for improvingthe ular line of steamers from Canaveral Mr. J. F. nighsmlth returned the have been used Southern Office and Warehouse, at
to and other day, from Nicaragua His health a
harbor at Canaveral has already Liverpool, Hamburg I JACKSOVYIUZ, F&OBIDA.

gone to work in a systematic other European ports, and would wa Lake very Worth poor to regain there,his and lost he health.came to Patent Medicines, O. B. WKEKS, StAte Agent, No. 8, Bostwick Block.gyCatalogue

way. He has interviewed the result in giving the people of South Mr. Charlea A. Lane and sister who I describing our fertilizers with prices and testimonials sent free
county commissioners of Orange Florida an outlet for the shipment have been tn New York all the summer, Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles upon application. '

and Osceola counties and has received of oranges to Europe. The savingon will stay with u* until next summer. Al ,
pledges from them to sup phosphate freights to Europe so Mr. Geo. n. K. Chester and his brother Kept constantly on hand at THE TROPICAL TRUNK

port the project. He has also seen would, by the new route, be about ,Charles from WlUiamsvUle, Vt. LINE

the representatives of Mr. Dlsston :$2.60 per ton, and.as the daily pro. ,started The Endy for the B,beautiful Capt. U. D.Miami Hendrickson, J. B. Screven's Jacksonville, Tampa fy Key West System

at Klssimmee, and has received assurances duction of Florida during the coming recently having on board Mrs country J D. DRUG STORE. 4:00 Trains- p. .
from them that this well year will reach a thousand tons Tuttle, Mis Tuttle and maid; also some Trains leave Jacksonville.tia.Arriv.tO.East Coast m,12 Line..:45 1:00: P.DL,1:10 duly
known and prominent capitalist per day it will be seen that the others who were bound southward. Mrs. Also the latest Newspapers, Periodicals :I:08 pm,daily_neep&8uadaJ. Arrive 11:60 am..6:40 P.DL&.ID.o ; 4 A9 p.m.. Sunday only;

will do his utmost to further the S. F. B'y Company can well affordto Tuttle ha herself lived a Miami before, and ex. etc. Trains TraIna arrive Ye Titwtv1Ue tuevine,,north Sukth bound bound.,6tO a s6&p.m.ID.o daily G&U7 except except 8tmday.ikm<1a7.
presses u being thoroughly to
extend line ,
neasure by his Influence. its to Canaveral and love with Blscayne Bay. .
: ; Indian
Mr, Harrison haa also appeared our orange growers will be able to Playing pool on Sunday wicked L.R. DECKER: River St'eaJ11.boa.'t: Co.

before the convention of phosphate ship a box of oranges from Canaveral toys: and 'tis the wish of Tom that a I..SH 1pJ*.ISK.Kri'I'U..Ule.. Mondays:j.* sale a."m.,..Dan anal '. except. Sunday for Melbourne ud-r
t"rIdaa
men at Ocala, during the past to ;New York as cheap as they certain young man who left his coat on CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, St awn o.a.C J iri Jile1bourne ** ?: p. DL making connection Buaday.forTrtusrWeLeave for jopiwmriwST .
week and succeeded in getting that can be shipped from Jacksonville the table and hid behind the door would ] For lChedulea.Jupiter e:0u ahOw1nc p. time a&,..Thundays sad Suardaya,making wn ccttoaa for Titusrnk.
la"-e rot aame4 abcmi,and local
IOa.teII
take his coat from the pool-room n&ee&o., apply SO
away lIpate or GeaenI omcei,
body to indorse the matter unan. or Savannah at present, and as next Sunday and try and have it on at Having had id years' experience In all B. B. CABLE ._ JactwarWy.... I'Ia.
imously. He has also had an In. cheap to Europe as existing rates the: same time. We hope this will not branches of the building bualneu, will ral-MaMg O. D. ACKZKT.T O... Pa**.Art

torvlew with Gent Bullock: who is from New York. be too hard work for him. attend to anything In his line of work, ..

quite enthusiastic on the subject, In another column will be found Friday's boat brought quite a numberof with promptness. East Coast Transportation Co.

and has promised to do all in his a report of Mr. Harrison's action our friend back again Among them BIADg7ARTtaa;
we saw Mr. and Mr 0. 8. Porter sad Commencing.
late the
power>> before Congress, and has Intimated before the phosphate convention TITUSVILLK, .. FLORIDA. Meaner. J.IT.gmnwr wiU run.follows: trYe
Ur. Mao Porter and wife, of Lexington x-da,.
.. u ,Y..m.daJi aa4 J'rtcla1to at r a.....and Tnuvnk at I a..
u
that he hopes to secure an and also an editorial from the Ey., who have been away from our lake Uri.. -. 4 p... P.

appropriation of at least a quarter lYffw*.Pwi'on which we submit for for some time. Mr. Mac's health U very UJ'JBUCD: ; at rdtkda.. Saaa11..sdayS. Thursdays sad Saturdays at r.w. sad'r1turi11e..Q aooa.
e la million x>or and we hope the fine, soul air ofLahti Geo. B. Rumph and Bobbin A Graham. : '
consideration by our reader Ha. aU fRJcla&marked Ut bate of lading read via W Cad
Worth will soon restore Ui health. oCSIIao p4 .u.00. Juksonvms cue or Traupads
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|>PEN ALL THE TEAR ROUND. I : .7

hats.for SASa? :, :ooRS: I .LINES r:: :eAec: : WAR E." PAINTS: .A:1 TZ7 OJL: : :

pedal ,Low Summer Guests. : /J
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J. G. McDONEL- water-soaked beauties. Our boat bAd Head-quarters of Indian River H R. OLMSTEAD

8al1gJm'! Proprietor. landed itself Id the Interlacing: routs and Camp. No. 47. W. O. V. INDIAN WYER LUMBER CO : :

-.---,-- was washed over by' every wave. The The Pioneer Dealer in
closest hunting could discover no clothes Order No.1.Coml'adt. ',
Order a Suit.J. In fact, of all the cargo but one can or
.: Ton are hereby notified GENERAL MERCHANDISE
P. Turner A Co. have just added condensed milk rewarded our seafch that there will be a meeting of the Campon Incorporated. Feb. S8, 1891. .
he finest display of sample for This we contrived to break Into, and the "
reef '
of December
.
the 8th'
Tuesday day ,
R.
RANSON
been contents served to a little life Into Eau Gallie. Manager.
chant tailoring, that It has ourood put next, at 11 a. m., at the Court-house In ,- "
fortune to see In this Country, and our chilled frames and then the next
Tltu ville. An communication -
be price are very. reasonable. With I question was where to go for help. We from General Important Gordon to be con t -keep in Stock a Choice%variety of TITUSVILLE. FJAj. .

over three hundred sample to select i had no Idea where we had drifted to or sidered. GROCERIES, HARDWARE:, "
romp ,You can leave your measure and. how far we were from settlements; how- BRADY" ''* *' .'::1. "
order of Commander A.
I after the bluff for By CROCKERY,TOILET ARTICLES, ETC HOUSES FRAMED TOHARRISOK ORpEnl' ; .I. ,
et just as nice a fit as if you personally ever, following along A. D. COHEN lit
Itepped into your own tailor In New : some little distance we struck a clearing; Adjutant And will Sell as Low M the Lowest BROTHERS MIXED PAINTS, unequalled forbcaut/" and lasting I 4'' i 1111

York or 'and ordered suit and shortly afterwards quite a group of Call and examine Stock 18 ''
Chicago, your my qualities.. Color Card and price on application.AT \ .' : ,''; : ,
Suits furnished in,from 8 to 12 days! *tf houses-ray boy uses an expression JUST RECEIVED ,, ': "' '
when he wants to convey the Idea that .IHtJ' for Ihe *Armotor," the bent Wind Engine made. : 1 tf

Reminiscence of Indian River something la Extremely ridiculous, .u HODGES & GODFREY .
would make a cat laugh." If bad
you
GEORGE F. DUREN.-
ARTHUR T. FEASTER .
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seen TUuville that day you would agree AT Manufacturers of .
In the fall of the year 1871, made no- with me that It would have made a cat 7 c-o-eE
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:I"E S'I'ES
able by the great fire of Chicago, an old and a whole hatful of kittens laugh, too. Yellow Pine Lumber .4 : : .

bhum, Joe S., and myself were spending Some house upside down some on their Allen'sGEORGIANA THE OLD RELIABLE r /'
jlhe time happily enough prospecting for side and some on end anJ one over the F. C. ,' ,
a location along the MoaqutW Lagoon bluff into the river. Half naked and Boron PRK88KD,' .

and entertained a good deal by a hospit- miserable as we were we had to lean up Orange Box: n Fruit.Ml*.A. Vegetable Crate. NEAT ARKE'J; ,.: r..

ble family, named McCarthy, almost the against a pine tree and laugh and laugh Lumberdefveredatanyparsof Indian River : \
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only settler south of old Erad Sheldon' again, but the men were all right, right FLA. on through: bill of lartlnr.:. Anyone contemplating We Lave also. elected carefully a largo stock of ;" "' ,

until you come to Capt., Dummitt'.s side up and good fellows, though some building the Kw.1 sawminla Count would do well &0write GROa mcs '
ove. We had come south with letters what incredulous that had managed tor prloen. The situated on the ,
we .
J K. of Palatka
: ,T.A W.By.,9 mile south
the old captain had royal time at live the across And carry in season a variety of
;; .a to through night,: drifting I Coooa,E. Billing Eau Galllo,Ennn 4
I
tils place And of course wanted to locate the bay. We were whistled through the 200 DOZ., Ante. 6mo.m g'rotsh. Fruits: dfe Vege"ta.'b1es ;.
ear by to have the benefit of his experience window of one of these topsy-turvy; satsuma flights, Putnam CO.,Fla.aocWmo ,,
and budding wand from his grove; houses and made comfortable in a lot of i. XXXX CREAMERY BUTTER, on Ice, a sp&1alty., .

khe, thinning out of a natural grove or cotton, and regaled with hot coffee and A full line of boat brand of CANNED' GOODS.
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the replanting and budding of the wild, sweet potatoes while Clothing could be JELLY GLASSES 'ORLANDO NURSERY delivered
Orders
our stock being the only methods available hunted up, and in fact notwithstanding ,I private residences, and at the steamboat landings and railway

'for the1 forming of A new grove at all their own distress, we were treated to< depot. Meat, department open on Sunday from 0 to o'clock. ._ .- ; p F

that time. Somewhere about October the best they had. When fixed up and ,-- JAS. IMOTT,. x prop'r, I I "

Bth or 9th, we being then camped atIcCarth"l somewhat restored (which took about ORLANDO, FLA. W J., HILL. .. 'n r M. PAPWORTH; ,'t. t

went through an experience that day and the following night) we OO DOZ. ',. ( .. '
hat we shall never forget. We' had met Colonel Titus, who though having ; '

turned jn-a simple process In our case, a reputation, of being somewhat MASON'S Orange Tree, 'r- W. J. HILL & Co. : <: : t

Mia tent being made of cheese-cloth, box. "brusque," we found .an agreeable Lemon Tree! , pay

fashion, with strings at the four corners gentleman, and Mr*. Titus perfect lady. Grape Fruit. Trees, 'ESTABLISHED "r'i .
py which It could be fastened to neighboring We staid a week or more with them, Catley Guavas. 1873, ; ;-" ':'-.. .

trees; and our toilets dunvil, having lost that eagerness for "flotsam IMPROVEDJARS Tahiti, Limes, 'LeContc find Keller M '," : ADr
consisting of a sort of sleeping car disrobing and jetsam" with which we had started SANJ7'cEI.X:: ). : IrL, A.: '
Peach and Tree ,
more honored In the breach than out, and in that time helped with the Pear, Persimmon. I 'r',I<' .' I

the observingWell, to get back .to the neighborhood for mile around to ., Niagara Grape Vines.W .. THE WHOLESALE HOUSE FOR ,lit-' "(. '.
tory. How prosy we old fellows do get straighten out the settlement which con- PINTS A QUARTS. \ '

a be sure., We could not have gotten lilted! I believe, of six: dwelling and a Lead ia a General Line of Nursery Hardware, stoves, doors,
uch more than the proverbial forty mill for turning out light woodwork, / Stock. Taajt8mo Sash blinds ; \ '
Inks; when biff! bang I slam? Jam I,airrifio Chairs, eta When I Stroll around Bre- paints,' leads, ; ;

blast of wind rain and a deluge of vard's metropolis how I fancy I can discover Send In yourord: at t once; .'", Oils* brick, lime, cement, v: '
old rain, and there were, we two poor In a once neat little cottage the '

shivering mortals minus everything but then home of the 'old Colonel, but the TO WHOM CONCERNED I Iron lead l sewer & fire-clayp'p: ,
and Notice for Publication. (
shirts tent
urgaree pants every- rest of the surrounding are gone'and ..
thing' movable blown into the utter memory fall to supply the place of their .1'"L And all Building Materials..' :/'\, n

blackness of nowhere, The gale fast in- location.An LAND Orricz:, GAIKKSVILLK:, FLA., } ,JThe ., <

reseed In violence and In fact became ,Nov. 7th, 1891. ] EDEN GROVE HOUSE, at Eden, _:::. Write for Prices.'jyDavidge's .
o fierce that it was Impossible to stand honest Swede tells his story In Notice U hereby tlren that the following '- :: .
orB It and breathe. In the, occasional plain but unmistakable language for the named settler hu nleu notloe of Intention to 1 Ie Positively and Permanently CLOSEDto I
make final proof in support of hi* claim and
hes of lightning you could seethe benefit of the public "One of my chll- that laid proof will be made before the Clerk of the Public. Tourists and others will ;
almetto trees bent over before the blast dren took a severe ,cold and got the CircuitCotvtatTitu.vllle, FU., on Bth of Fertilizers 1'Y; tAre
January IBM, vla.t OBO. O. (ILRASOX MIo KaOallle themselves accordingly. I
o i that their tops almost ,brushed the croup. I gave her a teaspoonful 01 Via. of govern,
1) 8. t,4M. for the IC N.E. )K .
und, while In the momentary lull between Chamberlain' Cough Remedy, and in and E.!i of S. K. V, Section 11.T.ZT;B. R.17 E. "
the roar ,of the element the five minutes later I gave her one more He name the following witnesses to prove THOMAS E. RICHARDS.
Weaker* could be heard thundering on By this time she had to cough up the hi.contlnuoui resilience upon and cultivationof -
|he shore nearly three miles away. Thereas gathering In her throat. Then she wentto said land,Y!" J&lDMT.lIOJftr.olHelboumel; .. Manufactured from the Best Ingredients '
John Canon of Ean Oaule I Robert K.(:*r on,ot ,.., Fertilizing! ;
,
nothing to be done but to crouch sleep and slept good for fifteen minute Eau Qallle;Eugene Uralnerd of Eau Oallle. .

;ether and shlyerlngly wait for day. *. Then she got up and vomited; lire AL.x.LYJlOK,IJettfater.; Ili a .
t, 'and then,'the gale having somo- then she went back to bed and slept I H. 'GLEASON & CO" :
hat abated and fortune favoring, we good for the remainder of the night. Notice for Publication. ,r FOR ALL,CROPS' .&. LATITUDES .; .

ere able to find enough of our toggery She got the croup the second uight:,and ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES ; : ;
prosecute a hunt for store with I gave her the same remedy with''the LAND Ornoc, G IA nxeviLa, FLA., }\ It DY ( :, ; w a'
,
me degree of composure; At the first same good result., I write this because ;Noy. 7th, 1891. j '' .t" "
reak of day McCarthy and a friend ofjils I thought there might be some one In the Notice I* berebrIven that the followini TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EX : .1
to named settler ha clod notice of hie Intention to AMINED'! D Fertilizer O ::
named Robertson had gone over same need and not know the true merit make final proof in support of hit claim and AND PERFECTED. abridge :
the beach In a cat-boat of our and by, of this wonderful medicine." CUARLKS that said proof will be made before the Clerk of 9 .
|he time we had succeeded In getting aat A. THOXPSEKN: : De Moines, Iowa C(O Circuit Court,at Tltntville, Fla., on the Mh 01 ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND RE. I. I; ':\
of coffee made they were back with cent bottle for sale by Dixon & Gray. January Gallle Via.1892. U., vU.S.1VU i KO,for BHT the K.lot CAMOX 2, aectlon, of .an 1. SURVEYS OBTAINED. .1 121 Front St. Hew York;, .. '
,
hree sailors, ,who believed themselves south K of n. e. )Ki *. M of n.w.K section
(the sole survivor Of a big steamship, S, township S7, couth of range CT... Defective Homeitead and Pre-Emptlon FOR SALE BY And by Dealers at .
Three hundred and acres of lie the wltll"_'to
twenty name following prny
rhlch sailing from New York to New Entries Corrected and Perfected. ,
bii continuous residence and
excellent pineapple land for sale, at$12.80: noon cultivationof E. L. '
Orleans with a general cargo, had been Mid land yUi Lena Well Johnxm of Ban Claim adjusted before the Department Brady, Indian mye.LandIni'
Briven, stern first, ashore In spite of all land described as follow: The n.e. (iaUle t George O.Oleanon,of Eau Oallle 1 John at TItu vllle Florida. .
her could do to head her off. If the n.e. i of the s.e. | of Sea 21 Canon of Eau QallU; Kugene braJocrd of KaiU4 ." Washington. and Stations generally.Cocoa ., .,
engines '
11'.01the !
and of the and Gall 18. Correspondence solicited '
the w.t n.w *, -- -- -
.
; recollect rightly there were about forty ALBX. LTXCH, : .
all "'1'. i of Sea 22, all In Tp. 87. 8. R. Register EAU ,(
uhf aboard and these three were GALUE/ F1.A.FOR "
vhomera saved and they bad had an 41 E., containing 820 acre About two Proclamation t .. ; Furniture 4, : :;;
of which I In
wful time getting ashore. The men acres above planted pineapples Emporium ,
I* to be excepted from the sale. -
at once started north along the Notice U hereby: given that by virtue of an orl
friend This land of course, u will be understood der of the Town Council of the Town of Tltnevllle. -
bad 'met
'our
.
They hand were very so anxious to get to Jack- from the price, ha no river front, caebambercc ineclal election Monday will, the be Ith held day in oftlteoem the coun I* Buying Furniture UoflnUbed, at Knockdown price, and having'It 8nlebetl

onville (the nearest telegraph station) but lies three quarter of a mile from her A. 1> IfWI,for tbe purpose of electlnir oneAlderman lines & Spirits in Cocoa. The saving of freight and damage, in transportation enable. ma to r -
nd first efforts were directed to the river, back of Jensen postofflce. It and a Clerk and Treasurer,said officer meet competition from any source whatever. .
so our ,
etting them to New Smyrna and there adjoin the very extensive pineapple reason* not of being a tie elected vote.A. at the general election b7 Mao! dealer In I'alnt., Oils and all ralnt.er.' Material; Cotton and Linseed Meal, p
plantation of T. V. Moore, and his associates .T..... J. Renaker and Potash and the standard brands of Fertilisers on hand and .,
i common with the rest of our neighs .ter. F. Robert Ran ., supplied at; ID&Dulaoturea'
.
looked towards the beach Messrs Ive and,Ballantlne. and ion : Inted Judeee of said special Eoox's9: price. and fret ,. ,

here. we the wreckage of every kind and U a* good pineapple land a to*can Bobbin be found& I be openf;A.I u o'cJoek". M.until thereof.o'clock Vollto Also new" Process Gasoline Stoves and Wood and OH Stoves. 1.-'. t Ii!
In the Apply
value wa strewn for mile, with other county. P.M. A'FULL.LINE 6F GENTS.' Y: '
FURNISHING .
Graham 13-tf Given under my: hand and teal this M day 01 CIQ-A.HS ETC. GOODS. :: .
M liable sign of the great dlaaaterj. so November,A.I>ISM. B.K. V/lLno,. '' < 1.
ihe boat having come .. tittlehove WHt iMavorblaster's OP: THE FINEST QUALITY COCOA Indian Riyer Florida ;: '
the Canaveral light, Robertson, my Ch-mhmlan's Eye and Rirfn ,

(hum and self set off In our boat Ointment. sale OO ToLesley ,O. K. WOOD Agent. i'
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the canal ("haul-over" a* It ,
rough A certain cure for Chronla Sore Eye, .
vas called) and along the east shore of Under and. by Vlrtudul decree of for*' & Jlenaker. ,
Tetter. Salt Rheum Scald Bead Old .. and
of Banana tale issuing out of and under '
Indian River to the mouth the teal of tbe Circuit Court of the JUt Professional Cnrcls.GKOBOB J
Chronic Sores Fever Sores Eczema Jo J. '
Families
headwind and a Supplied M. Sanders
Jver, here having a die Ul Circuit of Florida, in and for the County:
-cry strong current we threw out our Itch Prairie Scratches SoN Nipple of Brevard la Chancery alulnr. la certain M. KOBBIW. WALTS*S.OsAiujn'. ,, ,
...
mud hook" and made ourselves com- and Piles It la cooling and soothing. and caN Gear wherein Hall Dwight,at administrator Bewarale of complainant Chit eetaM ] A GRAHAU Dealer in ;
rtable for the night; Robertson havingen Hundred of cases have been cured by of Aaron B. Oereland, deoeatedetal.aredetendanta Pine & Cypress Lumber ROBBINS ,
advantage of a smaller boat paubg said the 34th day '
It after all other had failed 1).3551,1wOlon
treatment
of October A. the flnt Man- A TTORNXT8-A T.LAV DRY NOTIONS1'
Accustomed to sleep, GOODS
to leave ua. It day: tame being the Ttb day of OF: ALL KINDS,
Is put Jn 23 and 60 cent boxes. )
ad sleep well under, most any circum- np the.month betwwemib legal......... of tale and BOUGH OR Tirvsnixx, Brevard Co., Florida. >
iance*, it took a good deal of cutting in front of tbe Court HOUM door In Tltotvllle! DRESSED P.0. Box,2M. CROCKERY: ',,'; ,:

pen on the part of our old tab to dlit- era Florida,to-wlti,tell tbe Tbe property lut numbered described I of Section In laid de laTownthip > Shingles Lath Orange Pineapple Will praetlcs I.aU the_till of'Nleventb 0ADDLERYV '

nrb u*, but there U a. limit to every- THEEQUITABLE 211 South of Range M Katt,eontajnlng Circuit. aid In the '..pre_Voun. Specialfachit. ,.STATIONERY: 9
when she shipped a sea that to acne,more or less according to Ooyum.t.u" fur Kaariiatog and rfecting land
and
.
Jng .,.,or to mush thereof at shall be eufflclent '& Vegetable TltIeI. ( ,rtepa.emus ecl:4 fray CIaJJp- FAJIILY MEDICtNES;
Packages :::
right ..
mpletely covered na, we got up to tauafj amount of decree and eosin.J. antsasdJ.b "penteb 0. ...
Ithout a second call, black* Adam'sox P.Tv..... I Mvoey to Loan.D. I GARDEN SEEDS. "

t ed. and blowing we came like broadside fury and to our u heavy cable ASSURANCE RoiBin A GBABAK,Bollcitor*Speelal for Waluuff Mauler. It will pay parties who contemplate I. OAVLPEJ, J, T. ..n.J.'I, CHOICE GIlOCliKIES, :', t
unt building to can on, or address u*. Mill
Wouryi A&CorMJ'Ior Hoard
County HAY
\, a*old Blscayn Bay can get up. It didt at c-.tee1oH... CORN, MAPE& FERTILIZERS .;. '. '
Sheriff's Sale. r. ,
take us more than about two seconds 'SOCIETY prompt ,' .
realize the situation and then we \ Order filled. / AULDEN 8.A.NDERStATTOIL.'tfET8AT.LAW. FINE :r 1'ENTnoun., .

ent. to work baling out for life. and by virtue of a bill of eats laud Chandler & Landor Ooooct. ::11'101':1.40.: '
Keel
Of the United States. Under ii.rkCCfieuuis and ...
r head to IU! There wa DO "to Iti .. tbe Court approved of tbe ribJ Judge Mr-of P. O., THE SPRINGS, FLA :, I
i wind came In bUt* and gust andy Attur- milt of the State at florlda I. and for the / L, Catptr Agent, Tropic, Fla. WW practice la all the Courts of the Stateof :
roar from conceivable Tht Larval, Safest Lift County of Hrevard la the ease of oJ...T. Knot.njrtoo Staagtaio Florida,and tbe United State Coart c 9 :.
eonldesao vt. Knapp et d.wbwebi the turn of rive O.Bos TTTCSVZLIX
f : TLA.
.po. ,
_rtert and all we wu to reel ace Co. fa te l 01'lJ. Julian and Maeiy-cwo eeale was......a*costa to Loaa. ,
on what alterable sinner we had to be paid by the babe mad legal rtpraeentatlve Money II .
speak an occasional cheering of .Ip..... Knapp, decetwa. awl the laW TIN SHOP. i1h1
win and yepneenurlvee baying failed to .
I to each other and keep baling, extag pay .II
the aald-'-,1 have i.vM.pw and 1U teUatpablleaale TITUS ,
every moment to be swamped, He American Casulfy losmnce ud la the blrtort bidder far caib.la oat the HOWELL ,
id pushed the centre board down to froat of the Court } -.. dour, .a tae Hsvlng bought tock and tool ATTORNET-AT-LAWj i t 1 g., .. _
Monday la Deeewber Ute tarn being the .
eras
> steady the boat and yon may im- Security Co. seventh day of Ute _.... betweta the legal of Mr. Y;T. Budge Im Tinsmith buJ- : 11iqil:\ -
our relief after several weary of tale, the following deterlbed real e*. sees. I am prepared to do tlumltliing at ...win. praeU I*aU tb.wan*of tae it* Judo 'ja ij _
ra i when with. lurch and a plunge Lau the property of tbe tald ...,.ta4 r pretentativee abort notice. drW6
Accident Pollcl. No
Bt til
Writes the Jotepblae Knapp dtottitii to Votary to Oflc.
;felt the board strike bottom, to haul) wit and Iwo-tblrda acne,at luUawm,
? fee. No Annual Does. NoAlI'I'ftUlnt& : ITortyoae Tin ft !
nt up and wait for the.. next strike, and Initiation gianlng at the tontbweet amity or the aortawutb Rooting, Gotterbtl Spool *! TITVII\'JtI.I, 1L.
f of tbe GurrtMfrtMt, tars,.. aartb-
then a. spring forward la the darkness
at peclalty. Contractor fomUbad with ,
erly along Ibe wet* line the gnat for lea I
[laaded a* In some tree roots washed by cbaiae tbeaee tarn as angle of *e degreeeaadrma valley* and flaehlnj st reasonable rat... T-\B-B. I* WILL?,
lib and from thence we climbed te aa eatterty ditectto*.p.n1WI.th.n.ib
*waves, Will eoetraet for work Indian
F. ...a.. Hupportd: Ime of tbe gnat a dlManot of 41. ebalne.tbeaee on
|the low bluff Into the wood, minus a* tan aa ogle of M dtgvte* and rmatontberty Uver. NOM batfood worknvn eia.iloyed. PHYSICIAN A: SURGEON, hl..i ',$"

I oa the previous occasion everything batPsairts. MANAGER, ORLANDO,.FLA. tea chains panlM vita we*line at CorTMpondene) sollcitexL A cradoaU of the University of Peanylvania :r 01 .;
the day broke, and ohsaueh I It ,Ueeoe wnierly,aenllel wUb-.aU..,
Soon Offers
gnat can be left with jr. T. budge at aad aa aiperlcnc of twenty ;
dock loa point of btKinalag,a dtuoe of iLM ebaiaa.tery 0311{ '
of
a woe-begona pair a* we TUunOlti JToteeUTUut. audeKvv.....J...a&U r. ilia hardware store. r years la practice offers W* services to a
..ire, Toa've seen the hand of waab- .4._. for JlHuberUi &. Jowwe : .. the dtlscits of TUiuvllto and vicinity. ilirnn=
omen after days wrestle with the Jtawnnl c.ealy.leas. Jww
b l ;we were all over Just inch wrinkled, i .A Oaa.Arltwasya. a res W. O. DAY, Titusville. OFFICE ortM >>a. l un.'.. !


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taxable talnes and a corrcsponatng de- 'A"faPd .r Rl ."

I BLOCKS BUILDINGS. GEORGIA BRIEFS. create in Ue amount of the *nso1vet.iist. THRQUGEDIXIE.NEWS On* of tt* tiepesir'pantliies'at the N.w

T INDIANAPOLIS. ....n .1.1 ir i.- mi ,. ,* 'j. < 1"Ta.. to tke Srtep ......ry.Citn. _.. York Aeadnny of Doelgfl w.a jurd-long .
,Reduced to Smoke and A.he.tha: ,Newsy Ndtes Paragraphlcally f Phil Cook,-who. Wwell posted( BRIEFLY panel of Rose*. A crowd was atwavi bfo I
Losses fio Into the Million IF the waiter1, say* that sheep railing "U ,,8- OP THE EfOtfTH; I its One art critIc exclaimed "Such a bi .

PROCEEDINGS. OF THE GREAT The' most dssattrou fire, which ha Presented.:, '.% ',*". very large business in, the. wiregras re. PARAGRAPHED nature should belong to all th*people, c
.; fi f, decreasing. beautiful for on"maD to hideaway." ;
visited St. Liol is
Mo.,. in many year trion of GeorKii;, but, it -'
,ALLIANCE: CONVENTION.. started In the,furnace' room bf the large J Ooverpor: Northcn Issued tl.prbcUmilion. : The turpentine\ stills arMunntcg1 it' out. 'TB.ToV" Cbn.A i02lr,of Bti lelu 1 1ih

b dry goods house oT Penny & ,Gentles setting ap ,Thl1n a1J''he ,80tbj AU the! pine trees'ftre notched and coY Forming an Epitome of Dally Idea, spent twenty doUa .i I

Tuesday morning.: Before Ihe ,enginei Tfianklgivmg d*>. ;, <. V ered with gum soon after the notcli it Happenings Here and There. to reproduce th.palntln. th*recnlt has beta' d
of
delicacy stideoor.
[Delegates Present Representing Font arrived Penny & Gentles, Sonnenfeld A new military advisory board .,,(I) be made. The sheep rub ocaiost the cum a tuph anlato an' autumn. gift ',I

Divisions' of Organized Labor. Millinery Company,!the mammoth establishment appointed by theaovernorin a few data. and get it in the wool no that it becomesworIblesL The Epworth League met In its sixth this copy of the painting to each of its five of t'I
of the Famous Store and ClothIng 'Ihe term of 'heresnt member 'of 1h -' I The lambs are another source annual session at Chattanooga Wednes- hundred thousand subscribers. Any "j I
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Company, occupying! four entire board et.ird\ on the '13 h Instant;: hut of profit, but the hogs kilt a great many. day. who may subScribe now for the first other and ">

The meeting of,the Farmer Alliance blocks of four-tory buildings on Broad' il.ty bold over until their successors are Mr. Kisbitt, the commissioner. agriculture Colonel Enoch ,of the ;will receive "',Yard tme*," I
one
1 I at Indianopoli was called to order in way, between Franklin avenue and Morgan l1J1p tnted. :. ; corroborate.what General Cook wealthiest in Ensley the south die In tuett chars while the edition lasts. i ,t

.'I'omllnIIOD hall at 10:20 o'clock Tuesday street, were In flames, and within Louis H. I'atilio, the j wnalisr, whole says about the Samage, done to sheep men Besides the gift of this beautiful picture all "

morning by President Farce, of the Indiana two hours all the walla bad fallen and trial occupied the Augusta court for raising by the turpentine farms. He Memphfl.Wedoesdal' new subscriber will teel.*.TUB Costr-mioH \,/

Alliance, with hundreds of delegftteereprcaeitin nothing Was left but ashes. and bent and set eral days, his been acquitted of the says that in that portion of southweit A telegram of Wednesday states thatan free from the time the snbrcriptloa 1*receivedtill '
lbs Mutual Benefit Association twisted iron girder Opposite Penny & 'ih-rgeof the murder1 of Mr. Charles Georgia with which he is most familiar epidemic: of glanders prevail at Wilmington January first,Including tbsThank.gtvlngindChrletmas :

the) Knight of Labor,the National Gentl.'. and SOnnenfeld's i* the i im* Hudson. The returned, veMict II.of .the dogs eat up the profits of the bush ncs& N. 0., and is_ proving quit, Derail Numbers' and for full i

I Allianda and the Farmers' Alliance, and menie dry good. (tore of D. C..Crawford not guilty after jury ont bou ." "Phe lambs come only in the spring," :. fatal to boiscs.Mr year from that date. Th.pro* of Tea .
one,
I Industrial Union present. Mayor Tl om. & Co The intense heat damaged the i.tiDjj said he, "and a sow.will eat them up. *. Davis and Miss Winnie left Rich. FA.IOI U |1.7S a year. :

u Sullivan was introduced and made a whole front of Crawford's tore, including Th orgnniziUoni of new banks'goes more easterly than a dog. Dogs, when mond, Vs., Wednesday, for Memphis.The Every family should take this brightest and i

ringing speech: of welcome. the display window and' all showcases on throughout th* tac* Borne of the they once have a habit of running sheep Richmond Dupateh) in atr editorial best of Illustrated literary p.pr In addition J

Delegate Ji F. Tillman, secretary .of in tho front part of the store,'causing tnulicst Jowtig' owe fallen In line. 'aadlire will follow and kill( them. A, dog will Boys the southern states should vote 'a to It* IOM t>"T*r< I

the alliance executive committee, in 0' re-: a loss of probablr $50,000. getting up CHpital/for banks. It' iaa'ro kill a half dozen sheep before you can pension to JIM. Davis.A ..
thanked the Of Indian On Franklin avenue opposite Penny & noticeable that othi r enterprises are stop him. There nre' "some very large
U- upending, people ; The trusteesof Not a Local I
t b intf started, milD of :which demand''onldernbio Raleigh dispatch says; .
!
j spoils for their warm welcome. Among GeaUel'lt the whole row from Broadway ,farms In 80 th"'est Georgia One company I
other things he raid t to the alley w.'erl badly'damaged* outlrty a-d augur. increased owns',80,000 ..sheep and :employsmen the Baptist State' FemlenniverCity decided that, Disease :

i It is the firming and laboring people Adjoining Crawford's on Broadway,. the Und,indenting) prosperity. to watch them. A number of turn on it should Wednesday be established, positively at and :1
Raleigh
- the battle following business houses The 'Ease Tennessee 'Is back in the whom I know have made a deal of ,
who feed the world, who fought were gutted s great IIU not
directed tha committee select ,1uo Cat aet
to oa be
of this country, and to whose energy McDonald Bros, hats( C. II. Clements; fouibo'n Steamship'aod PiisStuger AssoC'nti money at the business, but they are goingout and special I a d' II dd: In four ", ,

and patriotism this great and glorious shoes{ Charles Stir, gentlemen's furnishing n. :The I nno ncemt'nt, when mtde ol it now .because the'IIY. the range purchase a/ite. It could not nanlfMt Itself I u.O Tbe blo !
land of ours is indebted for its richest and cloaks; Mrs. M. Tobin, millinery was the Fl'n lation. of tho day fn railro..acIrclcL has been destroyed. The Savannah,: Florida and Western BOW In sour brain U bcfon you fl 1J thu .

blessings of liberty and peace. It i, noL) j E B, Stowe & Co., groceries; the All thr Other lines were as hap railway and, other roads have put on a ale,back In your hfart again I dlitrlbutcd 1

> our mission to tear down not 4lsente te Square Deal Clothing Company Wein, ry as a father Over his first baby. The TWENTY: DEGREES BELOW. through sleeper, from Cincinnati to &four liver, ttomwb,kidney, and to, on.. Wkal, I
I the blood
1 ,our honestly conducted. industries, but to man house the guests of which had East TumtMve drew out lat August .. >? Tampa Fla.' via Thomasville, and. new TCT what lmpnrltle w*can dlwue Therefore doe not,tarry when away yoti haveCatarrh ,can* !

'preserve them. Yet we do mean the safely evacuated the building. At lh.! time Mr. Fink stated that,the 'fearfully. In the Northwest... trains were put on known as the Louisville o ,
death knell to alt illegitimate .combinations Four persons were injured, and Night wiihdriiwal was chUfiy because his 'road Cold and Nashville limited, which carry "
and monopolies' that tend to de. Watchman Jasper, at Bonnenfield's millinery "was' not in the union depot In :Atlanta.: Great Damage Reported. the sleeper. The train goes to Florida 'I

- "itroy the very spirit and Intent of the i* missing. Loss $1,000,000, on lIe did bot,ku..", what might happen, Dispatches of' Wednesdayrom Ft. from Tbomasville Ga.. ,-over .the .Monti. .

_ _1 constitution. We are not here .s polltlcans stock anl fix lutes. '"Famous" company, and he did not .w-nt, to bo hampered 'in' Paul, (Minn.:, sayr i Reports are still cello branch. a saul or other Inhalant can at Moot gtr onlj i

,. seeking to disrupt partisan polilicial $700,000; covered by insuiance; Penny iho event of fcoinpliculioa! Now, that, coming in in regard tothe Cold 'wave. A San Francisco dispatch of Saturday votary rte Tha CD1 war t effect C I t
&
parties,.or to promote the future of & Gentles, $200,000- insurance $50,000; the union depot facilities have been At many points the weather is as cold as lays Subscriptions amounting to $50,000 attack&l _In t blo b)taking a IDII'

- any political aspliant; nor or we here in Sonnenfleld $185,000, coi'erdby insur secured the whole" matter ia.amicable tot that usually recorded in mid wla er. 'The have been received for a preliminary Uonal remedy Ilk Bo' ,IUa"blh clltnlnate -

the interest of any third party, for by the ance., ,Minor losses, $35,000 H'. d. limit has been reached at Red Lake Falls, guarantee fund to bring either"or both all Impurltle ,a tn)1(.ion .

'very organic teachings,"we have the rightto The'fire throws about fifteen hundred Under bit! passed at tIle last tcsiionof at which place, .a fall of 20( .below >zero>: is the republican and national conventionshere. Catarrh. ThctuceeaiofHood's 'f

vote with whichever political party we people out of work' a majority of them the legislature, a branch of the State, reported. Sand Centre reports 12 below; A committee will leave for the SarsarjarlllaA

.may think will but advance good government. being in the service of the Famous Shoe university, t6 be known ns the' ,State Crookiton 14;f Barnes' ille 10, and east with-an offer to pay the transportation '

;, I desire to call your attention and Clothing Company, which, is the 'Normal school, was established. ,It,is to Hallock, 16. South Dakota suffer of all delegates to and from San a remedy lo Catarrh. Ii vouched tot kjr 1 ,:'

.1._ ,to the last on-dol1ar congress. Its largest place of its kind west.CORrLAORATIOX ., be established in the:,old' Ruck college intensely the register in that Francisco, and also all incidental expenses people It .el K.B 1 ,&get "
.... .... .
"expenditures reached the grand total of 'IR,ST. PAUL. and. govrned by five trustees,' two ,of. state .belng all the way from 4 'to 16 of the convention.Tuesday .' CS.eaC

: $1,009,270,471 which I II nearly two. Tuesday'night St. Paul l. Hjno., sufered whom .re"o bo the nraistioner Of 'cducation below zero. There was considerable delay night,'as a Southbound freight MOTHERS'FRIEND"

:,thirds, off all the existing United States one of the most 'disastrous- .fires fn and ,thu thuniellor of the' State weather to trains, and the excessively cold was*pulling Into Salisbury,N. (X,.an axle r ;

money.' More mojioy was spent by that its history, the buildings damaged, bting university. Governor Northen: hag apt came so suddenly that it found on one of the cars broke," and paused the
in
profligate bIlUon.dollar'congre a than those Of Orlggt, Cooper & Co., wholesale P.Q ntfd tfm remaining three. They Are! people many stock places short 'of coal and totkl wreck of six other cars.. As the :

was spent by all congresses during'tho groceries, and Farwell. Otmun Kirk nol s8or'\Y.' U. ,linker superintendent ,with their almost wholly.unprotected. .- wrecking hands were cleanng the trackof '

first Seventy-two years of the hllto.-, of & Co ,wholesale hardware. tfthe public ichi" The total .. ap i To
: J this It Il'more than 2 ; '
government. | loss II estimated at from nine hundred | oiiiia joe uro-yctrs; Ur A. J. BatIe1' trains, three unknown men supposed to :

177,000 for every, day from the time thousand to. one million dollars. The principal bf Shorter, oleue, for, lour of on stock.the Missouri.: river. ome stories pOlntl'' be tramps, were pulled out from the mass ,i c Mothers 1 :
the flftT'firit congress mot until it 'ad. losses are covered by 'Ioa rance. The jctirs; Profestoi Lnwtoii I]. Evans. su. :1laol'cattle were of wreckage. One was instantly killed, I "
rancher of '
jour Cd! It meant a tax of 140 on the building occupied by 'the two firms is a perintendtnt of the :public schools. of of Sully county'lobt 8,000 another was fatally injured, and the third \ "

bead of every family ,to support the gen brick and stone structure five stories CJavanDHh,.for six: years.There,1s sheep. R"port.'rom North' Dakota one was severely mashed ,E" ..'' !

'eral government alone. How long would In height, and has 'a frontage a movement on foot in.Atlanta .. say east the as temperature'Minnesota.is The very frigid as far Columbia, S. 0., dispatch of ',Tuesday : ,1'1 I
,; 'ground la /
direct .
they endure It collected from so, :
on Third street of 800 feet and to provide telicf fur the oppressed Je"s, thoroughly frozen that further says: The question of having separate .
no attempts I
instead it It '
them of
Indirectly, a* now on, Broadway ot 200 feet. Grlggs' of Russia. It was suggested by'a :circu can be made at fill railway roaches for the races in this ;'

; collected through about our, the tariff tariff but Say it what mutt 'Coo per & Co., occupy two-thirds of the lar letter received from H 'new, ,Crgnnizt- Reports to the condition plowing.of the wheat State is again being agitated and at'the Makes Child Birth : Ii Ii1'
please Easy.
IOU ;
down building. The burned block extendedon lion of New York, city; called the, crop are conflicting., Those ent out by'the coming lea.ion'ol the legislature, which
and thall come to reasonablebasis
a the south side of Third street' 'American Committee will Shortens Labor '
/ from for Ameliorntlnif railroads all assemble next Tuesday, it is probable / .
report nearly the wheat .
'and
of taxation these reckless
expenditures the corner of WasouU, to within fifty feet Condition. of Russian Jews' "This; In shock has been threshed: and that that H bill providing for such an Lessens .Pain, : I

by congress must be stopped the .,. of RosabeL It is five stories high, and circular calls on men of all creeds, who' wheat in the stack' can be threshed arrangement will, bo ,presented, with a Endorsed by the Leading '
I' will continue to
or we of change personnel belongs to D.C' Shepard., The buildingwas sympathize with the oppressed rice and time. Correspondents, however,, give any afar good chance.for 'pa sage. One memberof /1' Hook to"Xot1u rt"m Pydans ,_
; every congreu. estimated' to be worth 200000. who are willing to copiratu {In 'giving the board of railroad commissioners is
less
Yet this Is not all boric at the bottom glowing view; of the situation BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. I
which brought about; the upriiiog of The, losses are estimated a* follows; them help, to organize for that cad. it saying hundreds of acres are in shock, heartily in favor of such a measure..' ATLANTA, GA.
FareweJl,'Oamuu & Kirk, 400O00, Insurance pr.po.eathat! homes and employment be., and SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS :
be used
can now for Washington telegram : Surgeon
,people of all part of Ibis great country.Transportation nothing except says ..... ........ ,
tariff and trust Here i* $150,000; Grlggs, ,Cor>per &: secured for; Iho refugees in rural dis-, feed General Wyman, of the ,marine hospitalservice' \ .< ..
Co., loss, $550,000, insurance $350 000; tiicts as far,as possible and, thit proyis- straw.CRAWFORD received a letter Sunday from
trouble and there three Cs crash
and"'Controlled are the unwritten- los on building, $200,000, covered. by ion he. made. for transporting them here SIGNS, the governor of Georgia calling attentionto
change Insurance; total loss, $950,000. and for instructing them in the
Englis i the epidemic of smallpox: at Harris
nd ironbound oath that
our friendly
'
...,newspaper* abase us so about. I will not.nowelLOi1 .It language. -' ? The Commission of, Governor Flem- Neck, Liberty county Georgia, and requesting "German
.
: ; what the oath Is. .It I is, to GEORGIA'S POPULATION. The railroad commissioners, IIon.L.U.TrHmmell rnlng'g, Appointee. *' that the marine hospital service

;crush the 'trust, change the tariff -and J ...-- Judge For.'and ColoneL Virgil A Tallahassee, Flu.,' dispatch" says: take charge of the epidemic there is ? :;

,)i .control Biportation.. We are going to The Census Bureau's 'Latest Bulletin Power*,'together.with representatives The supreme court_met at noon Tuesday no ,organized board of health in that Synip" ,

.succeed fa our efforts to 'obtain. a large/ in Detail. of the Richmond-and Danville, the' &aivannah ,to take final action in,the m.ndamis case county and Harris Neck is remote from .. ,
'
circulating medium. We must have Florida and Western, the Brunswick against Secretary of' State Crawford.; the county seat or any town. The country ; .1'" .,
The cenauI'office on Friday issued a and Western, and the Savannah Neither Secretary Crawford his attorney there l* populated chiefly by negroes.
more currency and, will have it. '1he nor Herein an incident from ;
farmer north, who wore the (blue, hi bulletin giving the population of Georgian Americus 'and Montgomery railroads,' was present, and Jhe session of court Six four story brick business houses in Mississippi, written in teSout-

:reached .hs south'and taken the southern dttall by counties, militia districts, were in Albany a few days ago, confer, :was of but a few minutes' duration. Instead Chattanooga were destroyed by fire Tues i Aprli8
farmer:. who wore'the gray, by the hand Cities, ".Ida of cities, towns and,vl Inures I ring poubo question of securing'a : of the announcement by the court day morning. The property belonged. just after the_ Grippe' bad

.n4.rd to him: "We bare nerer asked according to the omelet count The union passengrrv'depot. After, going of the expected: mittimus, as it was generally to W. A. Poscy. His furniture Store wall 'cunt. I 1 am .a faer. one of

you ta surrender to King Monopoly and population of the state *s returned in over the ground and carclully.investigating thought that the secretary would .In one 'of the buildings. The store of have to rise early and

partial legislation. but only to preserve 1880 was 1. -h,180 while iu 1800 a population the present passenger facilities of hold out in bis determination to sign T. H. Cheek and the Chattanooga Medicine work late. At beginning of last

,the unlos-aUke, good for all;" and no of 1,837.853 II returned and in. the different roads, the ,commission's the commission! the following paper had Company, occupied other buildings : Winter I was on a trip to the City
brave southern farmer ever surrendered crease of 20;,173, or 10.14 percent. Of pave the railro-d- repiesentstives until been presented to tho chic justice: and were totally destroyed. The .
'
to ruch'circumstance.. Though defeated, the 187 counties the state, only nineteen the lt ct pest January to agree upon the ChieIjustlce Gi'orgu P. Ituneyi Tho total lots is about fifty thousand dollars.Pucey' ofViksburgMis..wheergot e

_' it was but to save' the union. and the show decreases, moat of which' are erection, ot' a union t pusenger depot. knaqdate Of the Court has,betn executed loss. is, $30,000; insurance. 111.- went home and was howe soon 'r.: ;
':'chivalry of the entire south to-day determined very slight. The following counties Falling In this, each road will Iw required this 17th day of November A. D., 1891. 000. The medicine company's loss is with -

to preserve the union and the show increases.of more than 100 percent: to build a standard dep ,t in four. month Very rtfp.'ctfully, about fifteen thousand dollars, covered. .a dry, hacking cugh Thi'
,
". constitution: at all !hazards, and the result Coffee. Dodge,.Glvno, Irwin Ware and after that d'Ite.' Joiis L:CBAWFOBD.In by insuranceCheek's loss is about two. grew worse ever uni'I

'is sectional strife and. partisan prejudice Wilcox. Under the jresent census there :Colonel ''Kelson Tift the fnundcr of obeying the court, however, he thousand dollars, covered: by insurance, to seek rle. Dixon

.re: buried face downward to scratch on are nineteen cities and towns thousand leaving Albany tio, died a few' days ago at feis added his protest,. a-t it were, signing it A dispatch of 'Tuesday from Bristol, I: who sinc die and he told me

to hades, Any politician who raUe*. a population of three home in that city after a sliort iilncna in the folloyrinj f"rm: Va., says; David Morrison the defaulting to get a bottle Bohee'sGera

H such Issues in the future will, go.' like or these more. The in 1889 aggregate populationof The wl(h pneumonia. Colonel TU(,'.. det'h Inobeditnce 'to' the opinion and decision clerk of Scott c<,unty, Virginia, who I, Syrup. my cough grew

'Wade Hampton and John 1. ''ngall. places wa 154,100.under was the greatest. shock ever experienced .of 'the supreme court, of Florida swindled the county out of about thirty worse and worse and then the Grippe
the the
"}[r. Mayor, the. Farmer Alliance population of lame'pl.c .by that community, through: long and ''tbo peremlefty writ thereon to, mo thousand dollars several months ago and came along and I that also
increase caught
means the greatest good for the'greatest present census 210,128, an 9f career of usefulness coveting a period issue!,this thy in the case of the slate of who was to be extensively advertised In. very sever ly. My condition

number, and la determined to have exact 04.032 or 01.57 per cent. Tbe ,larg.stindlvklual frllm1836 until the present, he has won Florida,,ex-Receiver:: Francis P. Fleming, tha press, has been arrested at Rogers. to do ten
increases compelled
.;juatlce for all._ and .especially favor to numerical 'and are found and: deseived 'all the hnon which (.1\\ governor, plaintiff, vs. John L. Crawforj vile, Tenn., and is. pow held, there for me sm thg.
in Atlanta At- two bottles
German I
Savtnnah Augusta got .
none.* It number co-operation near four upon him' while living; and alf the rei-r. t tecrciary of state. defendant I havo two reason A requisition from the ,
hundred thousand, and .il has come to lant:has ncressed2Sl24, or 75.18 perCent which is felt and expressed over his affixed the great seal.of the tate at Tallahassee govenor of Virginia and the thousand began using them, and before tking

,stay/and will be, held' Intact as a nonpartisan during the decade' The.largeat found fnV' per. death; As a slight testimonial of the the capital, this 17th day of dollar rewar.l that was offered for his much of the scond bottle, wa
;, ,organization Members of altpoliUcl centages increase *re aycross great esteem and veneration in which lie November.A. D., 1891. capture.' He has traveled all over the entirely clear of the Cough'that had

parties may join the organizei -. Macon, Brunswick Americn and Thomatville Atlanta each Rome place was held, the entire city was draped in Hereunto. attest, west, and was just returning home to hung to me so long, the Grippe, and

.1 i ;: and It will never become third sbowlnar<< Increase than 75 the emblems of mourning during the Joiw. L. CRAWFORD,' give hm! -elf up when some officerof the all it bad effects. I felt tip-top and

f r ;political party. There i* a big political an greater of the nineteen per progrest of his funeral and all the civic > Secretary of"Si ate. law in Hawkins county recognized him felt that way ever since."
L significance in it, but bot party political cent. Thepopulation and military animations of the city. This is the same form as he. had heretofore and took him In.
cities and towns in the order of their Cayuga Hines
significance, _l>ecue that would mean ; Doth whit and colored followed la,,, agreed to sign.A RLr., ,
rank 1* a* follow: remain to the Co., Miss. O
hopeless ruin. We have already taken. grave.
-
;partJ :tremes out.,of. the United State,. : < 1'0pabeaus...' lie mil Aecrpu WICKED BANKER ECHOES FROM THE STORH . . .

mad a few governors, congressmen and Cnu. p I latino 1890, iaui- Per There i* now 'no question .but. that ....- THE SMALLEST PILL IM !

bid fair for |00 next., year." ......' her (VnAlbany. BULop-elett ClelanU Kinloch Nelson Confesses that lie Sto'le His Patrons' Which Swept Over the Continent With THE\ORLI.
AiUou.. 6.J.i iTh, 7OI
TUTT'S
Mr, Tinman's references to the nonpartisan Savannah................. 43.18\11:1110\ : 4X64 will accept the tall to the bishopric of the Securities.A Such Relentless Fury.A .
'naturi, of, the alliance caused A ngogta,.,.....,.......u. 33,800' U,40 btV3 Georgia diocese. The bl.llop.elect'.congregation London of TINY LIVER PILLS
t': something of''a enaUon and were received )tiooi,.................... ::1148 9,997 78.41 at Uethlebem, Pa.. has already cablegram from Berlin say: German cablegram Friday says: b*ve all th virtue*of the larger cW*|
tJ with About equal evidence of approval Colnmbu................ 17,308 1,180 111.lIS beuun to look about lt>r his successor, financial circle were startled Friday Stories of wreck and disaster by the storm ..quau7 effective I purely &et.
and Athens..............,.. 8,039 3,640 4t.es and while they much to morning by the news that Banker Mass, continue to be received. The British
disapproval.General > BruMwk-k...... ..,..... 8,459 1.1i6819'J.1IO regret very give head ot the firm at Charlottenburg, a steamer Fairfield, a small but staunch T.a.hiD. ... .
Weaver, of Iowa was called ItOQM.................... ..1161 3O, WO 79.44 him upIiis frit DO* are delighted at his iron vessel was caught in the !
for and made speech on the general America.... ......,...... 6,399 S.784 76.01 promotion. lie is very popular there, and uburtxo( Berlin, Jtad surrendered to the bay of. tb"air aa4
; 0 8l&uatlon.whlchreoel", ,) with enthusiasm. TbomMvilla................8,514 S, 115.01 is an earnest church worker and will, po police confessing the misappropriationof Biscay in a fearful gale. Tremendous... P I ILES' ALL.
Ue wu, followed by Congressman JriClA.................... .4,503/ 883 34.39 doubt do great good to the church inflsorgia. customer ecuritie The amount started some rivets, and the water steadily : x .llu. AI.
.......... .... .... ',00b '..:. 84.63 Nelson i southern stolen will be large. Though the ariUcracy *- poured in until the vessel finally bad ow.. O (iraivo.UezveI_
Jerry Bimpaoo. Kansas in the Dr. > f lvr Coa-alt
Hartel&. ................. 8,384 1,157 51." not bard bit as by the to be abandoned., The men took to ..& B Old. |-
was
name strain freeldeDtVillela., of Kansas Wscr .... .. .......... 8,864 1.T:18 435.B7 birth, by decent and by sentiment. His so boats and all Ba' (.pb. (11..1 U.Uo.'hA.t" :D
were picked
.alliance, speke brhfly. and the mornIng )tth3dgevill.a.tti 478 '1153 great-grarUfsther, General Thomas Nelson Wolf failure, it is sure to attract the' up by passing lb <.N M., ).' "-. '.. .
sesion was adjourned. An executive : OalaeiviU*............... I,;;():) 1,983 68.W was governor of Virginia; his grand. emperor's attention. The embezzlement vessels. The town of Lismore, 111 miles : .11.
session held in the afternoon. CarUnvUl............. 8m 1114; 65.67 father plajed a promloeut part in the include* 20.000 mark which bad been southwest of Dublin has suffered enormous ._ iII_ FISTULA
was LaJn.np. ,......... .... aoeo 795 83.64 damage from the storm. I .
t subscribed toward the fund for a churchin Thursday "
affair of that commonwealth and his polap
At the night meeting Prealdeet Polk Dalton....................8,048 630 >M>T Bight the gale. which has been -' -
delivered hU annual addren. In it be D.ores...... .... ....... ..... ............ .. father lovingly remembered by a host memory of the late Empress Augusta, ing on the southwest coast of prevail. Ptpo'u Bemd7 5r t.tsrTb lu the
aaid that the farmer bad been dUcrimi- of Virginia scattered in all part of grandmother of Emperor William' Ireland Blas. F..im to V... and eticoocot.a .
acted against and wera now appealing the country 'I' a*ucce* lul educator in 10,000 mark which were to be devoted since Tuesday night started ia with renewed a
lbermato in that, state where to Prince Frederick Charles institute also fury, and the town was inundated.
the county,
ballot box. The alliance subty o WILL BE NO STRIKE. ;
i k.to All fiat vessel
treasury bill bad Deceived no considertianexcept *. the bishop-eltcl was born on May S3, disappeared. Ma*. also made away with ng reported men swept Sold b.l" sea&11.
I --- overboard .
mark deposited in his bank by a J T BI w-
deounctstlon by the billion Latest Reports Beyartlinff the Discharged 18 2. 400,000
;
: dollar congres Itwt the imperative: Conductors. r.lt.M Tax n*.r<*. 150 artisan* and entail trader*. These I' FREE For Weak Tvl en.
*
duty of the people o aired .the evident Fultoo'countj's Kcneiat and efficienttax poor persons can ill afford the lou en. SUEING THE GRANGERS. neon KioTuaiiBv, I ba..&$ia. load&
> A Nuh"iUe.dt.patcb of Ha stealing I' peal fj I(I kL. 1 will rb"U7 a.wl lavj rS
Tuesday
: tailed them through **
( isyi collector Mr. A. P. 8tew rt upon .
ad

alarming tendency to centralize the yesterday (* b>nbIaIt.&a&E..co lie
there will be no strike of conductor and it i feared much aufZering CURE .. bei rMlbl,.
his flntl settlement with *, and I: a
Merchants
money power of the country. This ,was trainmen the Nashville ComptroIUr Seek to Recover for Sap 4.5.SULSI 5..43. :m
on Chattanoogaand General for th. tax collected among them will result from the banker'sheartless .
the
of
of the sub- Wright.
on* grand '
purposes money piles Furnished. "
.Pl' sILK 5oGF.
!
8$. lions railway. Mr. 8. E. WiUliamsoiv action. Ue surrendered from I
treasury bill. :But la justification of theDileatcomtemptwhich for 18,0: Some intimatinggurts SIX DOLLA IUU"1 sad.
A Chrleton 8. 0.. tl.
characterized the representing the Brotherhood of showing a great increase- in values fear of their wrath. dupatch of Tues p t ,

reception of the )jneasure aicaulu Teh*. Railway Trainmen and E. E. Clark, and great decrease In the number day says: The court of common pleas of .eaiico.la 71u 1 ""I Dan,.Vd..4ar1bbv'rcfrrold ta J7...u..w-.
chief conduttor of the Darlington county bus been Vek.IS, .
Order of Mamp and caulociir.
Railway Ind of AFFAIRS IN BRAZIL. engaged '
&d moulle ID60lvrnlalpayore, were .
neat persistent have been made oa since full Pav .1UM.'
: its mlnulla detail (Instead of argument Conductors, spent Saturday at In noon ibown. The general taxof Fulton November 2d, in trying cases Involving .. "Wi'

,Aa ill underlying principles. But despite and the morning ia consultatIon with county for 1890 was $183,188.83; poll The latest Adilees from tie Seat ot the liability of"the agricultural KANSAS FAnMst
order
known the
President Thomas. In a* "
j> interview )tz. rugen. Tbe
these asMults, the ..ubtrcuUllI tax, $8.4U RHueral Ux collected, not on War. ,
f .
Clark said cases are brought by F.V.. r. sale at
'I scheme bad been growing until the senUment "As to the: Western *nd Atlantic eonductort digest f2,448,81poll eneral Ux, not on digest, The new from Brazil U to the effect Co., a wholesale firm of this city Wagoner, apilll'A'fIDlCen. & ._ A" wo",.. .\u.. K..
1 of the order In thirty-four states $4.68; InaoJvent. tux, $1.087.33; that an official telegram which was roo the .
I. wu a- nit. lie urged fbe' member toT we found erldenc*, that I bad iosulvent poll\.ox. $)27; JoIst lax collected eird from Porto Alegre say; SenhoiCatUlK $3.001..id, to amount be involved being HOME 1'10. .J-.-.
not known of against the discharged a balance due .)1 A I .
sUnd firm and demand 'of office-seekers< $m,4tl.43, Report of 18SO gcveoor of Rio Grande do Bui.ba note for 120,000 on Mrp&ai'. C:.!!t.a., -4J1 ltal.bi..e
men and I showed him given by the I J
some thing agent of .
_L definltloo of their principles. The orI I shows inaolveot geaerat tax $1,801.00; from the office ana
S been deposed
the lor Wcu, auvow.
about the down there that grangers Tfce books of
g*nixatioo, he .claimed, was steadily he management insolvent poll tax.: 1020; general Ux C 1- that a protUionU. government II admin the luppeL SICK we. Scop Wap. 1.
bad not known. 4e.. could not a hopeless tucu.
con r
fie recommended. continuanceof lotted. $163.070.81 poll: U. $3,681. VUien' a
Towing.. a reconcile the testimony be to ; btering the affair of that province. wi. branches of freeD,.J. ||. in K. Edrtor. I.4
proposed
educational work: ibrougn the Report of 1888: General tax collected ha remained .
Castillo loyal
Senhor always the order. Patrons of nu. .
!1!; press and lecture He dosed by urging submit. whole matter ta the Georgia 11 ,8Gl.U; capital tax, $23,101; poll to Fonece and few day ago a number here to the bandry. which _; CP.
railway eommUiioB: which I ia gave present Farmers'
think
: the sWiac. t$ kespftea from P1 sufrugt.meDtL fair / tax, $3,030; Insolvent f3,214; insolvent of gunboat and transport, filled with ,& &br. la three @m'lra'. -1.
as t could case
propoaltion be made abcady tried
as i.
these med i4.h
poll Ux, $897. By a O tnparUoa of his assistance .rt. tee
and of it troop, were despatched to verdicts were given the !
coon was agreed ie. fo .0 w I"
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RJBTMTALMAGE.JSROoKLYft: and fire.know how to take sure atm and not miss One" whole month of each year the-month.r .1 Jour.llitloArablttotis Star u.-ticket Seller Hake J1oa i. .r', .,f., \, ,r.4"J.i

Ourcompanion. Dr. Lonl of May; wa devoted to her worship.Pro ,
l. err...... now the publisher of the CJkrttttnn Has dl cessions In garbs of purple anti violet and Touth--'T.idon tot In 4 't't": '::1.1.
had *
gone oat on soma vxploratiqn of his scarlet moved through it and there me It ileUm email ,
T1Ir niviwtfs were "How. I is that ticket on a 'L
BUN own, and but I anilou to
the
through gate where Paul had torohea and anthems and ciiolrs In whit trading, am exIrtmelT
.
-,r DYSERMOq. ,1 walked again and again yet where no man and timbrel and trlanelea in music, eacri mak start in a journ HUlo{ career. The alary con afford to live so, wellf" repeated ,-t, ,tl
Onaooompanied should adventure now. But flee 'and dance Nation -voted large at college all said that the veteran theatrical man after _A.r f.J\'
professors my .
H after
: some time had passed and every mine amount to meet tbe of the iv.. tffi
expense worship. future be Tethers ,
"i: .,' Subjects; Th City of EphwruW -.* -nee seemed as long as an hour,, and we had Fisheries of vast resource were devoted to ; 'pbere.sbould literary. 'Why my boy, It Ii simple( enough. '1"J" '{',. '
'v tame to Imagine everything horrible in the the rapport of this florae any vacancy on your local sUfl Though, ii '
f"'i"1' way'of robbery and assassination, the lost and Virgil and Homer resplendence went into tether distasteful,I would haveto Stand In the box office of a large theatre :,. ':t"

\1'',' 'l'm "Offilf,Dl/J'114' ,.Epluli/J",." traveler appeared to receive from our entire describing;this worship.. thapeodilllwhile begin a \rsulel any night and you will understand it. :,:''

:/ Acu. 84. party a volley ot expostulation for the All artists all ., aU eenturtal Editor 1 "Urn lot You tee a large part of .the -seats are .!
City mo
: tee.
ban landed this morning Smyrna arousal of so many anxieties. agreed in, Myintr. "Great is Diana of the wo do want another Tt sold within half an hour of each perform ,111IcR .. ae
a city of AllAtl In the midst of thin city of : man today,
Ephesus
/ Turkey. One of the seven once Ephealans. Paul in the presence 'of this t ance. That meant the handling of a
,
f,(, churChes of Asia one stood here You read floated an artificial eke brilliant with Temple of Diana, It In his fig think Know Scribblers""No "\ .
'
deal of in short time. ,
' "' III Revelation -To the church >n ism painted boats and through the river Cayster ures of speech white speaking of the spiritual air I great money a very f "
;,Piwrite.." It is a,city that hat often keen it .connected with the lIMo and ships from temple 'Now,it any man build upon this 'lie la one'of out"best reporterIIo', In the rush a great many people are .,_:*. .

r' shaken iy earthquake .wept byconflaera- all part of the known earth floated in and foundation, gold silver, precious -stones. just been to buy a ballon bound to get excited and forget all about You can't fatten
-- ;don blasted by plague and ,butchered out carrying on a commerce which made etc,* and doubt with detaie tak i '
. 't' by I no reference onto how much money they have and how much dealers always. TheT'to' ;
tome
a in the ;
and here Ephem the of the trip ,
war B/sbop Polycarp itood to a envy world. Great was I the previous temple which had been set on andwrit up I .
i..: crowded amphitheater and when he wa Ephesus Its gymnasia Its hippodrome, its ; fir by Heroatratu just for the lame of des Ie'l give it a Alone In Spsce" change they should get back. Their sell the medicine that pays,them the '1'IJ:

wed to|give up the advocacy of the Chris- odeon, its atheonum, its forum its aqne man' work ld the Midnight Stare/ or something carelessness Is the ticket teller's gain* largest profit. What you wantto ,
Man religion and save himself from martyr .ducts(whose skeletons are still drawn along ill begbubn ned, he shallany loss, etc.,"1realise that. Biff isn't UP Not that he does anything wrong or that '
dom, the proconsul saying. !'"errs and I i the city), its towers its Castle of Hadrian and all up and down Paul's1 writings you thng. thero Is anything approaching to cheat buy is the one that ,docs you ,they i

release thee; reproach Christ replied Its quarries which were the granite cradleof that he bad not only seen but bad "Yal:1 IDg. most good. ,
"Elgbtf.nd rii cities; its temple built to Apollo, to Minr been to me that we '
hare I
yean served Him, mightily Impressed with what he bad occur .Whlch'one 1 Isit t !
and He did erva, to Neptune, to .Me Bacchus might instead "For instance an excited man rushes'up ; -:
never me wrong; bow than 0&11 I seen of the Temple of Diana. haT two arIcle' of ; .
revile my King and Saviours'When to Hemrales toCasar, to FWrptunq' to Jupiter In this city the mother of Jesus was said You can go ODe to the window after the curtain hat Sometimes It may ba mattci m

he. wa brought to the free into Olympus. What nlator and poetry and to have been burled. Here dwelt AqnilU "Eh'" gone up throws down ten dollar bill of doubt. Bat',in the case of
1 which he was about to be thrust, and the of. chisel and canvas have not presented has and Frisollla ot Bible mention who were "Yes. send him word to and asks for five Mat, lie should get Dr. Pierce'aFarorite Prescription"
ficialg were about to fasten him to thestak come up at t"-.e call of arctuaologists''powder professor in an extemporized theological Il get *
be Midi "Let me remain at lam for He blast and crowbar. seminary, and they taught the eloquent parachute to. 'Ile'll do the sailing and back two dollars and a half In change. there's no room for, doubt It's a

who giveth me strength to sustain the fire _.But I b.nDow to unveil. the___chief h wonder_ Apollo how to be eloquent for.- you do the Jumplni.-tt & Smith' But u soon at the tickets ate handed him matter that can be proved '1 ,c
will enableme also without your securing UL this chiefs;01 ClQa in 13 M, under toe Here John hraaehaiL and from here because Good News.First he grabs thcju and rushes Into the thea '' '"'
me with nails.to' remain unmoved in the patronage of the English Government ot his fidelity he was exiled to Fatmos. Here ter. Another man behind him shoves With the fact ,before yon, UVan '

fire." History says the fires refused to con Mr. Wood the explorer, began at Ephesus Paul warred against the magjcafart* for- Citlien--"How did happento the bills to one side and demands the insult to :your intelligence to'
to feel under you .
lame him, and under the wind the flames along the -ground at great which Ephesus wa famous. The sorberen havo Bomcthlnff elao offered 'tea
,\ bent outward*o that they'did not touch his depths for roads for walla for towers and of this city pretended that they could cure build a hous way out there on the old best teats In the house. '> tar; ,

person and therefore he war data by swords here It Is-tbat for which Bphesus was more diseases and perform almost any miracle, swamp rad 'This happens once or twice in the "Just ,as good

,-, and spears One cypress.bending over his celebrated than all else besides-tha temple by pronouncing these senseless! words, "Askl & wilt be a meg course of the night and that it the reason And here's the proof i Among '

;, ,'grave carp;, is- the only monument Bishop Poly ot of the tbe goddess world and Diana in ,1839 called wa the stood sixth amid wonder the ston.Cataski" Liz Tetra Damnameueus Alt nlflcently, Ctzen-uTat'pafd boutevrd .before my why ticket sellers have a much better all the medicines.that'cjaim to core if

But we are on the way to the city of Eph riftns of that temple measuring its pillars But, all the glory ot Ephesus I have described house is fnishe. One of the city Income than. most folks suppose. woman's peculiar weaknesses, irreg, If

SQ., about fifty miles.from Smyrna. We transfixed by its sculpture and confounded has gone now. At some seasons of official there."-New York "Ticket ,tellidtf for a circus is still ularities, and diseases tha !! FavorIte '
,
are advised not to go to Epho-us. The at what was the greatest- temple of,- idolatry the year awful malaria sweep over'the Weekly. more profltafite. I knew a man once of' < ,
is" the
___
Prescription" only )on&
bandits'in' that region hare had an ugly mall time. place and put upon mattress or In grave i fared a large?royalty for the privilege of
practice of cutting off the ears of travelers As 1 sat on a piece of one of its fallen columns a large portion of the population. In tbe n.w This I of that's 'ffuarantttH, .
running thaXipket circus
and sending thesn specimens of ears down to I said, "What earthquake rocked it approximate marshes scorpions. centipede W offer One Dollars fnr wagon a big If it doesn't do all that's claimed "
down or What hurricane any case of catarrh that b r "Of course the ticket seller only turns
Smyrna demanding a ransom. The ban -pushed it to the and all forms ot reptilian life crawl and cannot by
ou
dit suggest to the friends of the persons earth or under what strong wine of oentur- hiss and sting while hyenas and Jackals at'night tIJ.U'*Catarrh. Our* over to the managers as 'much money'at for it, if it doesn't give satisfactionin

from whom the ear hare been subtracted lee did the giant stagger and fall?" There slink In and out of the ruins of build' we, the undersigned i TACp.vProts.Toledo.O., 5' J. told tickets cantor: The rest 'he keeps: every case, you'll 'have your '
that If. would,like to hare have been seven temple of Diana the ruin Ings whioh startled the nations with nav know him
they the'rest of once Cheney for Lb.last fora for bo has no :way of knowing :who it 'back.Thero's
of r ble. money
eaoh
the bod ,will please send an appropriate .contributing something for the their almost supernatural grandeur. .perfectly honorable In
um of money. If the money is not sent the splendor of Us architectural successors.- But here is a lesson which ha never yet tions and tnaclal1.ble to bUI carry out tDlo&ob really doetbelong to., Of course, if the strength and rigor{ for'' '

mutilated prisoners'will be assassinated. TWO hundred and twenty years was this last been drawn .. Do you not sea in tout I.ton. careless one misses It and goes to claimit every tired and feeble \\woman '

One traveler was carried off to toe robber's temple in construction.. Twice a* long as temple of DiaXa an expression of what the TRI ,Wboe.Druggist.Toledo, he always gets it back for, .u I have health ahd lifefor ,
den and I7AOO for the united States have stood was that temple needs. It Got who w4Lnixo a new every,
was paid his rescue. ne world wants a can provide KiJrirAir A VTholessJ said there is no intention to be dishon
bandits were caught and beheaded, and In building. It was nearly twice as large food Diana wa a huntress In Toledo MUT. e -Ne" York Herald. delicate and allinff woman-and u
pictures of these ghastly heads are on sale in a* St. Paul's Cathedral London. Lent it pioturi on many,of the coin she held a'Stag \Drlll.t Cure is taken Internally,.ot there's no' help there's no.'pay<
,the shops of Smyrna for any person who should be disturbed by earthquakes,'which br the horn with one band and a bundle of lug dlrt1 upon tb Testimonials _
desire to have have always been fond of making those regions arrow to tha other. ,Oh this i hungry sent free .
something to look.at on a "
Pric 15o, WHICH IS
THE BEST
their
all
way to Kpbesns. their playground the temple was built world I Diana could not give ODe pound of per ln I. fold by drall'lat. + 4I

There i,have been cases where .ten and on a marsh which was made firm by layersof meat or one mouthful of food to the ,11. pluck It Rich I '. AND MOST'POPULAR VI : ,
twenty and thirty and forty thousand dollars charcoal covered by fleeces of wool. The million of her worshipers She was,a dead, What would yon think If some one that yon ,:
cave been demanded by these brigands' We stone came from the quarry near by. divinity an Imaginary god and so to knew to be responsible offer to give MOST POWERFUL "
.did not feel like putting our friends to such After it was decreed to build tbe temple* it idolatrous lands tbe vast majority ot people yon a well stocked general store for one year'swork 9' < ,

expense, and It.was suggested that we had was thought it would ba necessary'to bring never have enough to eat. Ill* only to the, and? You would no the doubt consider It such bitpay .: AND SAFEST ., '.
better omit Ephesuj. But that would have the building stone from other lands, but one countries where the God of heaven and earth ihinn bar* been done CbaC W.I. done .
been a disappointment from which we would day a shepherd by the name of Pixodorus 1* worshiped that the vast majority have Hiiht i alonjc. Messrs. B.F.Johnson A uo, of BLOOD'' (I J4
pever recover. We must see Ephesus while watching hi. flocks saw two. rams enough to eat Let Diana have her arrow Richmond. Va-, number among their em > I .
aesociated with the most wonderful apostolic fighting and as they missed the interlocking and her bounds.- Our God ha the sunshine c4a corn men who erl the value Of a first MEDICINE. ," :'
scenes. '. hire special railway train and oC their horns and one fell his born knocked and the showers and the harvests and in every year. .'.Davis worked -' ,
>In about an hour and a half we arrive at the a splinter from the rock and showed by that proportion' lie* worshiped dose plenty for them' Hick's awhile Wharf,then,opened Matthews a tnlg/entrl t t
city of Ephesuswhlch was called "The Great splinter the lustrous whiteness of the rock. reign.0 tr. .Ibis firm aa foliowsi : '
Metropolis of Asia" and "One of the Eyes of The shepherd ran to the city with a piece of also to the Temple of Diana the world .. tbail dive your bu.ID.ordtt"lcnoDlr Swift's Specific S. SB.: : .'
Asia"and "The Empress of Ionia" the capital that stone which revealed a quarry from xpressed.it*need of a refuge. To it from ) If I wer* to any luck,or .
of all learning and magnificence. Here which place the temple was built and every all part of the land came debtors who could lose what 1 have madeI; am proud to say that .' *. >. ?'
a*I said was one of the seven churches of month In all age _since the Mayor of not pay their debt and the offender of toe I I could go to yon for .employment show soonmake BEST-becaua ,It I U the only permanent ear for oontaftoua Dloood I'ot.ofsi ,1

.AaiIand first of all,11'.visit the ruins of that Bphesui to tbe goes to that ot quarry that shepherd to offer sacrifices who. law that. they might escape incS1'otCtI'&Uoa low .Dth,1 doubl..101.treble They your can Income pen If SkiD CaDGer aDd Inherited Scrofula. ', ,, ? ,I
memory But'lbe sheltered t&etu'onlv
I church where once an ecumenical council of a .t '
.two thousand minister of religion was held. discovered this source of splendor and little while and while she kept them from sew thin.nr bu.IDe.' iemployingare not a oapl.of POPUIAB -kous*It does all that U' olalmed for It, t
wealth of the cities of Asia Minor. arrest she could not change their heartland buelnes..t all they will enable '
'Mark the
fulfillment! of the prophecy Of rOWlRrtn-beoanH" PtU'iHhe blood of alt imparities. c It
the seven churches of Asia four In removing the great stone from the the guilty remained gulliy. But our God a .bor time if yon wilt take youadvice.' "
were commended "
in the Book of Revelation and three quarry to their destined places in the temple, I In Jeiu Christ Is a refuge Into which wa WDS a.n honest mD or woman in ,8U'UT'"Deonl.1t contains no mercury or polsoa of any kind, Is Panl 1

were doomed. The citieshaving,the four if wa necessary, in order to keep the wheels 'may fly from all our sins and-all our pur very>MS that will hand Union m. m.Da. busl- vegetable and o,n betaken by the most delicate-cb11 L \" 'I ": '
which'were :
-commended, churches still stand; the cities twelve feet1 in diameter from mars and not only be safe for time, but safe them at for information. Wrt 1.
sinking deep Into the earth under the unparalleled for eternity and the 1* pardoned and ono i 1
having the three doomed churches are wiped guilt ".*, tllllttt/ 4>f 3'aIN "tIl4l" p fje
heft that a frame of timbers be FITS stopped by Dn. Kujri' : .
out ,It occurred Just as the Bible said it the nature i* tranwormed. What Diana tree npu'

'would occur. Drive on and you come to the put arranged the immense over which block the of wheel marble rolled.in its place' To could not do for bar worshipers our Christ use-KBRVK Marvelous RurroBsn-cure No Fits Treatlesandgp after trial : The Swift Specific Co.. AtlantaOa." i'

theatre which was 600 feet from wall to wall accomplishes for us. bottle free Dr.Kline 031 Arch St..Phlla.. 1 '-'
the
of
over doorway of these P
one temples "
capable of holding 50,700 spectators Here was so vast and difficult an undertaking that Rock of ages cleft for tae. -- --- Als COLDS,
and there the walls arise almost unbroken, the Let me bid mjseU in Joe*. ,
architect at time
one it and in
1 but for the most part the building is down.' his gave up Then to that tempi were depoetod'treasure
chagrin attempted but
As 1 took my place at the centre of thl.the.tr. suicide one nightin from all the earth for sat keeping. f F {
his siuep he dreamed that the atone had i
.and looked around at its broken layers uP .OCOUGWS. i
Chr--tolD'.lt was the treasure house ,
settled to the right place, and the next' day r
of stone gallery upon gallery gallery he found that the great blook of marble had of nation; they brought gold and silver and I "-1 i1 i
upon gallery and piled up into the bleak by Its own weight settled to the-right precious stone and coronet from across,the 4 -iHar
skies of that winter day and thought that ,
place. sea and put them under the osre of Diana of, :
very band that swung a trowel on those the But and ,
Ephesiana again again were I
,; walls, and every foot that trod those stain Tbe temple of Diana wi four hnndrai and those treasure 'ransacked captured 'or de 'j. CONSUMPTION AND .
end every eye that Pled on that amphl.theatre twenty-five feet long by two hundred and stroyed. Nero robbed them, the Boythlane'scattered >' P
and every voice that greeted the twenty-five feet wide.: All Asia wa* taxed them; the. Goths burned tbem. ALL AFFECTIONS OF THE THROATTATLOttB ''I
LUG
to for it. It had and ANp
hundred
combatants in that & \bad"gon& out of pay one Diana failed those who .trusted her with !
bearing and sight for ages on ages, I felt a tweuty-aeven pillars each sixty feet high treasurea but our God. to whom,wa main ,
thrill of Interest that' almost penetrated me and each the gift of a king and Inscribed trust all our treasures for this world and thanext OHIROKII REMEDY Of '
i amid the ruins. with flu name of the donor. Now -you seethe :ri
and fall who conftd.nceIn
one puts
Standing there we conld not forget that mean'ng of that passage int Revelation, Him Ha never any wilt After the last Jasper SWEET GUM 6 6r
just as a king AND MULLEIN I 6E
In that building once assembled a riotous Diana pillars column ha* fallen, and tile last temple on (
throng lor.r.ur. condemnation because to tha Temple of bis own name earth ba* gone Into ruins and the world : i E
what be preached collided with the Idolatry chiseled on it and the name of his f own +f '
itself has suffered demolition the Lord.will I
of their national goddess Paul tried to get country so says Christ "Him that over- keep for us our best treasure Is tho BEST KNOWN BiBMEDt. "
into that theatre ,and,address,the, excited cometh will I make. pillar in the temple of But notice what killed Ephesus and what .
multitude but his friends held him back, lest ':, My..lied_ ,and I wW write upon_ him the name u has killed most of the cities that It*buried tome
Ask '
be be torn to pieces by the mob and the recorder -i of nj bled and the name oc the sty of juy cemetery or nation. Luxury( the your druggist or merchant Mr it, and take no substitute
of the city had to road the riot act God which U Nw Jerusalem and I will costly baths which bad been the meaN of o J ENJOYS ',as nothing else can take "- -1-4"" ,,

among the people who had shrieked for two I write upon Him My new name" How suggestive health to the city became Its ruin. Instead Both the method and.reaulti .heD ., ___ m _, '._+..,.. ..,r"Ea 1
mortal hours till their throat were sore and and beautiful I of the cold baths teas had been the invigoration .rr tr tJ.
'
i ..
they were black in the face, "Great is Dianaof In addition to those polar that I climbed of tbe people, the hot baths which are (Syrup of Fig U takes, it i pleutnt ( 30 0 SURRY,
the Kpnesians. over while amid the rums of Diana's temple only Intended for the Infirm or the invalid 'I' and refreshing to the taste, and acts G'i DS OStW : e

Now we step into the Stadium. Enoughof 1 saw afterward eight of those pillars at were substituted. In these hot bath many gently yet promptly on the 00' [ 1
:
its walls and appointment* are left to Constantinople to which city they had been lay most of the time.. Author wrote books I, Lirer and cleanses Kdela r J1 'rod 2 Dq :f g''tNet.' ;!;
of the W6
show what a stupendous place it must have removed and are now a part Mosqueof wnila in th***bath, Business wa*neglected weJ '
been when used for footraceS and for fights St. Sophia Those eight column are all and a hot bath taken four or fly, tun** a tem-eflectually ls cw headache '- ''I tA01E8'X3.50 : .':
with wi'd beats It was a buUding KO feet green jasper, but some of those which stoodin I day. When th*keeper the baths wa rep.rimandedtornothvingthem ,' and fever and cur. .. f 'Z lb5.iiO.2.25 ,f ,'
what .Diana's temple at Ephesus were fairly hbitua POLI; r.4 }
long braoo feet wide. Paul refers to I warm enough of 1ohnEt2ln'ookw
transpired there in the way of spectacle !. drenched with brilliant colors Costly metals I oo.oUbe rulers said "You blame hint for 'Opton of Srnip Fig 1 fig flora I r
when he ale. "We have been made a spec stood up in various part of the temple making the bath warm enough; I bamyou rmel 11 kid produeed I
tacle.". .yes," Paul says "I have fought where they. could catch the fullest flush of because you hay it warm at all.! I II pleg t te'tat and acceptable ..1.75, v historic.tbrultof stry I* 'J
with beasts at Ephesus" an expression the sun. A flight of stairs wa carved out But that warm bath which enervated prompt in 'f .JJ1J. t sM awN t
but 1 it of one grapavma. Door of cypress wood,' and which i 1' "' tphoepbst seksv
< usually taken as figurative suppose Epheens. always eo..vat1nr.socepS its its 6 r ,1I8tl.
action and beneficial
which bad been, In glue for and truly Ice 1I I
was literally true, for one of the amose- kept year when followed br cold bath (no reier- I lIbliooJll4. Many
went in tbat Btaiium was to put a disliked border*! with, brans in bel relief, swung- rues of coarse, to delicate constitutions), effects, prepared only from the most yser.ko.pu..d" !
wan to the arena with a hungry lion or peer against pillars of bra. and resounded with wa only type of what went oa in aU department het1 and its W. L. DOUCLAS ri slaae.h.gedUtsgscenes berate r.III. ., >'
or panther and let the fight go until either echo upon echo caught up and sent oa and *ft Ephaslan life and In luxurious able abtne it _. ."..
both slain. burled back through the corridors fell and the last $3 SHOE OILMEN \ .f
the man or the beast or were indulgence Ephesos triangleof dM48.f ,
It must have been great fun for these In that building stood an image of Diana music was tinkled in Diana' temple and I to all and have made 1 the nostpopular -"rat. i
bates of Christianity to hear that on the the goddess Tba impression was abroad a* the last wrestler disappeared from her gymnasiums remedy known. rof MIST SHOE III THE WOSllfMTHI EIIITf'OEtr1T.EMEw r ,$014155. et the r r
morrow in the Stadium in Ephesus the mice the Bible records' that that image had and tnalait racer took his garland sale ad UD.a..w. i Rbeift u.-,
Byrap of Figs is for ,
of the dropped plumb out of haven Into, thattemrn.d to the Stadium and the last plea "was beard I 60 Ian bwearing W/L. Uouilu SaW. Thw i', Jsel..a
and meet the wsnta ot sit el_. Aifcby..e/r.rt. Jekastoa JMam-d.
crowdeigaUerwfightahungry Tho the sculptor who really mad .rl by all leading aid sro ssoetMimJMl
lion. in bar and the if to
Forum even sea, a*
btt foot-wear*..elsnd tar the auay.sra red l* .la the note for _lat,* 1117 M dmq.e-
people were early there to get the bat seats put to death so that they withdraw the last commercial opportunity ribl. druggist who .. eI *>alon who eta ether nakes a* b* rauljr ana bravelbtue4, will never draw Isa*. 'II
,L and a more alert and enthusiasUa crowd could not testify of its human manufacture from that metropolis retreated doWn the gt bare hand procure lar {ut as good cad b* a.re yea ba. W. L. JCo one sushi writ nub a book lodsy. ,IlmeMor
never assembled. They took their dinner and so beamtsge origin. thewas I beach leaving her without the harbor to j nt 1 ia.J.. .,with sewn aid krlos .u- *aooi. II*U_ Tk imoie ft taitte..Hp..ito j
witbthem. And wet there ever a more unequal thought people that which had floated a thousand ships. Brooklyn. /. promptly for any whs W.L.Uonlm._, Ma**. aad the rash ef IB* charging eafalrr _. {
combat proposed Paul! according to terial from which this idol was formed might New York London and all modern dt- wishes to Do not accept aaj tVTAKK MO HTmTK.Ct Ureask II* .. A* a prose .|>U .t the tee E.
tradition snail,crooked backed and weak have dropped out of heaven as an aerolite. IM laatlAntla ADd truuatl&ntia. tab warn.b nhatitnta.CALIFORNIA t u bald oa hMal advertised deefrs xt+tyUj, I MOM ittldaolallottB deserves tlM la U.tlbwy ftfall..* ;
Wa hare seen in the British museumr and tonBiversities tor rforgetnegiosor.na .
nd. but the grandest man j1 I What jUw7DDp&rd.eddid Enhe- !
turiN is led to the center as the toabout t of our own wast block of stone sue luxury unguarded may do for all. Opulence FIB SYRUP 'Co Ladies can make BIGCASH -ACENTa 'WANTED I l sr s

Tkcra ha comes the preacher who bas buried off from other worlds The aero iplendor God grant to all the pec* 'SIN rttHoiice cti J..O'.Uaev.l7.ow..kI.a'JI r r t
nearly ruined our religion. The lion will lite were seat to fall and witnesses bare pi*, to 01 the citiaa to all the land row .pews iUkUUboek.aa>i'M..wq 1
tr. *tw .
make but a brief mouthful of him. I gone to the landing places,and scientist have Ut*same time may II* grant .to*righ tsonsfowsrILL &r .j 1 isw4 ryldi,.foe//Wleptl ad4rw lrMM.c '
It is plain tbat all the sympathies of that pronounced them to be the product of other us* of thetn.OymnaalWDI' .
z ;
crowd 'N with the lion lIa ODe of the world Yes but see that the vigor w .".Pu.un +wh6Uahwxeiwrett. t, I'I
underground room hearth growl of the But the material out or which the Image piDed in then tie_rated to God Magnificent Taking butter from milk .
wild beasts. They have been kept foe several of Diana wa fashioned contradict that temple of worship Yea but a thai in the I'f'ofII8 by scnrt .tmlttttOifn.IN leedlasMe l
was knowp
day without food or wat..111 order bat they notion This lmagewaeearvdootof.bony to them instead of conventionalities and cellpiaa elest Sad.Awake t- w'a A pro0i.bte.ed-P Uxl PAPER CUTTERS! f! !

? may be especially ouaand Wood.' and punctured here and there with opening p of service there be warmth of devotion times. It was left l>i.aailinaliiilas*raiir>Ujr. Vur R
mat chance ia there for Paul But TOIl kept lull of spikenard so a* to hinder the and the par Gospel .& Imposing lullp.rusu1sr.r.4 U., MU a_w* addrwe ea a IF nia sujrrs fill arxi or 4Kf I'i
cannot tell by a man's sluor looks bow stout statue from decaying and make it aromatic court boussf.Yes. but to thwa lee Justice time to make a milk of cod i usv w4 13 11
a blow ha can strike or how.k_ a blade ha but this ebony wa covered with bronze and and lathe pain lbnnpra.esbemarshal. liver oil.Mik !-.teas.;t dsynis ae erWW o ihe ,j UtM,. :
can thrust. Witness beaven andeffthaiidbeU alabaster. A necklace of acorns oollad gracefully but -1U(MlwnrlM. Paper Maker er taper Box Maker. ,
ot Paul with a wfld beast. around her. Thar were four lions on for happiness and truth. Gnat postoCn* UUUzy. UOOKf :
Tb.'this ooolest struggle ran in the StadIum Paut each typical of strength. Her heed buildinjuf Ye*, but through them day bay the emulsion of but. than x, i..". .10".4.1.101.. rrw WHO MAY UM M wt.rt otiA rtAercLdat'PAPERCUTTER. t,

What baa he to tart Ha baa defied aUtha was corooatei Around this figure stood may correapondaao helpful elevating t'er an easier fqod than ; 5
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earthly and internal and if his body statue which by wonderful invention shad and moral paas. 0 dwsiiing hooM-1 I BC wocu darn Mover>r warruro to lut ;
tumble power undo; the too and tooth of the wild tars Tb air by strange machinery was Yes, but to Utaca 1 t b alt of da- butter. Sott Emulsion of SB POULTRY YARD .' UOWAHO IKON WOK HI*.
soul will only the sooneratbrallmot7 find dII- damp with daaosnding perfume Tb wall aDdJUI and f'
beast his v cod-liver easier food I" : !fvrrtio if.: r.
: But it Is his duty, as far aswM multiplied the scene conoayad mirrors for. L for magnl* 1T roe ULDcnut VATAWOUI AJTD raicn.tlSllloiJOIIgi '
hll1lf. fountain toed to sheers of light and fail tada. Berlin _''v Pa.' f.tui 125 t-tr-r ._ r t
possible, to prsservu Roma for cathedral to cod-liver ,oil It is rest 'I.I" k-.J ._, t
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Now I bear the boat of the baa*. to of diamond Au t ., ._. 1- ., _
doorsboV.dUek.w4 the anc11e_ erYaxl el the sculptor. awl ApajUa, tbpainter. c for hieroglyphic KpI It stimulates ...= Q."" _
their Babylon for digston I r ih.,
.to tb feee a&he Aerce brute apriA&elew ftliad sithplace with triumphs. Lot Ca.Sph h1.aa.:aa -
the arena aDd toWard Ito small_pans Sown*, the of the aocUoU put 1t. what hail ol. digestion; .. = ma, : eas..a ad.r.ka.f ,
I think the first plunge that was weds by and there to the tempi goldea batters.ThT Ansericsa cities when. t al and at the f" n. ".u t".artot.:1f, '', .. aOOJI1Jt1"lI'Aau.r. .
vivid sad lifelike that have shear tall same ,
the wild beast at the apostle was made oathamonster paintings were so a Wo sup. rr Nw H. .to L lr.r.l'.rf.LLe. 't' .ia.r.r.
r of a aIarp bIa4-, aDd the '1D&I'1ioZ Alexander, who wa moved at nothing of that to the Lord" might b. a plies the body a kind'of .
laowtl of paiD sad reetIDg 'torror shaddarad at cue battle* MI*oe UMM scrihad upon all 0 munlripafly A&7 __ ,
,with ooL- .
little tine to life was a painting of a thing osrtato. that all idolatry nourishment it in .. <
with gore turns back. But now the Walls and so i 'b can get no SBO&XJ& RcWARDa50 ---.t't eos.u.reerfrtrns 1'
.korsa lad she greatest god / lM
.def' wa
iDisU has his turn of making attack. bone that WDM* ICIUom.d other I rawsrwr h. r:= I
ashrlnad she
the to neigh as on bone Is- rcra .v... .
aDd : few welt directed thrusts ap so lau began c' e DI l way. ,
monster lies Ht to the dust of the arena. 'another. One parting toihttempUc e tp.. 1.. f DO" 'I' .. ..-:: ai:
foot OIl tie ,G. Tba treasure otatl & Icavaa.wssp4 epa.wkibAssua, 'If'.I' wet r.. :{ ;
aDd the apostle pats hia right p seaP4 ,_t
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lion and sbakM titu, and tbea pots his left aations and tile spoil of kiagioins w. overthrow tdolatrias that hay Yo DOtN'T..P., 1r'En ... .
dated the earth sa4 anything w*lova :
shakes him which Crintoal (roes rld..fs.1.aw MONTH. :. ",
foot OB him and -* scene .Je:
tal4ndWhe of this temp*. an idol,sad then Is as *eV>all div(( de> ,
when W. a SvkM4l4 igK
G sW
Paul afterward uses for an iUnrtraboo I (Milu M _,
the l met ath a toUMyirrt N w I1. CXJLIII co. -
HJInTntt iS
Jaw ooWd DOC touch them It century w ww W< Ir\ ,
Cbrirt i
wit triumph the
to show bow and wtlanvok
b wait
.
retzn tilt li. llatlapuc that shim mountain of architectural and to Aaariaa a*to Ails _nu&Ta .! JIOPIUMa N *S! ,*Tt5-.JT***iMrr '
death"Ha mast almost strange his '
over all su*des ender 1,.'> js*. wader I I Crow outside dM not matt with the .Aa our train th polii.ou surrounded from the Itl Ely's Cream uaim 4nts y -.. : : 'c". 'I i
at cars .
t .
loom.
W. fcCt. IIree at cola Ep Gifure H .1"
Paul coI4 the literal truth when ha & : I The tempts was surrounded with grove. group of vW rr WILLfVUCCHILDREN 'eta.1It.c.II 01 f.t, y'T ,
-
of all at shuns seaming with, ..Nt10 ;. H
Ua on.
for
iaUpluraftouk roamed teaptatiaa
"Inafef bareI..4 w aac* int. 0* 'SALIRY.ell
lI think; beeveral kit haterI" stags sad wr.p dpOf ]Mlle WWtsau1 so .
were aaaai wawved aloof ffl
wittt
loan OMsncb fizfet <" beaM .U,1eI whether wing** or IWI- swais to..4101tl. me MM jYwah ".
time. L..Stood TnJra.. a can warn states *o aaduot ano-aacU aaca slum c. Irk t"ae A.a.ls asabsb son poor .
lot loot upon Iwa at one faotoi axtta aiab i tba with rtors*. basis r boilt l F Ycsw a HI t Ca,to tar w. m we
ad that is &.u CATARRIt.
of the Stadium t.rnJbaa' DJQtnrJsat itw H'j.lT .
that da the II&iddJe .y ;
looked ysroube od at the great Structure, the rye ot those who looked apon the it band. unless of-thespectator at and that w*redo don sailor' .wspokof .pp w.seals- i, -; &- -. N. A. ._K. V.".I .. .,. ...,.<..raft- ]Me tt
scene aaa baM poa as the e'aamaad or the pr1st whomtkeworU must know a .. -
tbChrit .. t-
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Hesreetwa
But thafetadi for..are .W aiaadat the ay J I
wepart f m. and Al.z. perYb. .e felt that Utvea cradla sadgrave Use taulo..frM4"Writ la .

Sa eastM To tor add ether to IJe pdaassus .iriw.oait of iakn8&ia the Epbeoo day aaoiw Co wGBOoBr JuIu tbaa.y ori Is Dana net t0 fit tiw the.orCIB JCfUf' etay :I more aralnag thar* eocld .b, anything mind and.. SXt rasa.s rrnpk 1-1n".ug"& mum' Bnms:: 2 :cetus: :

11. m 'tirea5
saT of in our teal part reglan wa sites* mtwag.onla ba b. armed sea tare. than ear visit t Ephaso*. "IW A.. LOUISVILLE KY. ,




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k iii .5 INDIAN KIVER ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, NOVi: 27r 1891. 1 j

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Concerning Canaveral.The benefit the state i or any portion, of il( n''IJ l* :,' m 1 t' '0 .'.. ,:, The Bazaar will carry a fall line of
benefit : ; l
benefit Jacksonville; and what 'J' ,
Timm-Vntv iri Its report of the Jacksonville benefits the whole 'State..in ,: rl'J; ; UJP !if .
phosphate convention held at Ocala last turn. 'P. H (I \ ; g
.7 GOODS
week contains the following, which will Florida: need better railroad facilities ?: (I D ;:;: ,tS' 1:1 L,4 -CHRISTMAS:
to readers -a greater railroad developmentEvery >
.no doubt be1 of Interest our ; tya: '0
new section which Is opened tip to bust : ,.,"
'. .im. m. 'J,
FOB BRit\ '
A .
BOOM .m'p .. ..
dens by new railroads,in a general way M I
on Henry It :
Harrison, While thl.11'811'of Brevard going: county,,at the ,invi originate business for all the older lines : iJO '" ,b Yt e ,And would most respectfully solicit order! tor_samq from parties down the HT\ !

tation of.the con vention, took the floor None of thd older line should oppose- .>> p.p. a i4 ,
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to explain to the delegate the great'advantages not do they-Any project looking to the { I $ Our line of. ,

to the, phosphate ,miner of a ,state' material progress. I..8Ll ;:i .. Q I :SOe:1S: !
proposed railroad, in which,he is Inter We are all fighting for Florida! -no m hJ I.8'.N, ',' .

ested to be built from Klssimmee across fighting against each other, i p .... lO River.. '
H P- 0 I* the most complete of any on Indian! "
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With the harbor at ; "
to the Atlantic ocean ; ;
Cape Canaveral as A terminus. A:few Words from, a Gentleman {j} !!: ,
\ I HOSIERY HATS
; CLOTHING TRUNKS .
lie argued that this road having direct In the North. N a Hi":; E L I-r-4 J I '. ,,.-"' ;, *

communication'at different points with Hcvsoff;MASS., Nov. 23, 1801 0U :1 \ and Prices of which -has establishedn>,a* TUB,LEADED J
The Quality
the South Florida F. C. &-J'/t 8. 8., O. Advocatt S td i ( lI1" 0?
Editori Indian River
A O. and Orange Belt systems, and : LOVt TRICES in this part of the world. :
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would be In position to haul to deepwater Gentlemen : I arQ greatly Interests r, (11I 7 j jPI t) 4
all the phosphate mined south of; in the course you are advocating both a* ( S' : JJP.. TURNER & COGroceries
to the Improvement asked for at Can. tf '- 'CfJI .
the Alachna line, at prices much lower o o :

than Advantage now which charged.Canaveral He explained would thus the I the averal United and the States seating Senate Of,Senator and If the Call citizen by B i H ( } .; i td 'L E3e.Ar: ;- ;

of Florida understood the case :=: : : : : :
have over either Tampa, St. Petersburg, ....ill. r:;" ,
Senator Call would succeed himself () ,
bya .g
;Punta Gorda, Fernandina or Jacksonville D .. .. _
the harbor lilts an abundance of unanimous vote, Instead' of being op- Q 1I M Grain
as Garden Seed
t3 F. Cn Hay Fertilize
water already! and the rail haul would be posed as he Is by that little thing that tim .. .1J.L .se f.:. ell ". ,; ,!
rattles around In the governor chair at "If eO> .Ii... II' .
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from point. -
Shorter mining
every Tallahassee who Is of factioi (I D. ,.e+ 10JU : call the Attention of the of Indlah River to Stock of -
"But," he continued, "there 1* one governor (I D : ,p p. I People my ,
at Canaveral.-and only of a partylllIItcad of being governor and O 0"j j Es
thing wanting ( & :
Z Staplo DFancy O-rocoii9S, Fruit
one. This 1* a breakwater to protectthe looking to the Interests of the people of H t P t8r; ...
the whole State-only a little partisan I r; And Food Products
harbor from storm when the wind (J) .
1* in a certain dl. ctlon. This should be and "nothing moretf' f!. UI g d Of All Kind. Also My Stock of ;'
My point I la this! ;I find in conversation 11 I-rI
built by the United, State government: I '
It can be done at a cost of $200,000, and with several republican northern =. E Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
,
,the legislature of ''Florida has already senator that Senator Call has the goodwill J ,
memorialized congress to appropriate of all of them and any recommendation Jj. ., > FJ (0 g, Ground Food and Wheat.

that amount for the work. All I ask of for harbor Improvements made I 'am the'only house on Indian, River dealing exclusively In the above linerf!

this body 1* that it endorse (the breakwater by that senator has great Influence :with Good I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence. and solid{

project-that Is, to pas a resolu the Senate, for the reason that Senator your patronage. Very. truly'. ,
tion in support Of the memorial. The Call baa always been in favor of all rea- BREYARD 'COUNT JAMES: HOLMES, President. 323. L.j SxL4 nY,

Indorsement of a body of such influence sonable appropriations for Internal and ALBERT A?TATLOB Secretary -
would have great weight in congress harbor, improvements; he never baa GEORGE M.' ROBBINS,. fALTER GRAHAM,
and the whole project would be of vast shown any partisanship when his vote Attorney-at-Law., Attorney-at-Law,;

Advantage! to' ,the phosphate miners." people.was wanted In, "the Interest of the whole, STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.

THE 'BESOLt TIO I look at this improvement asked for ,

Mr. Harrison then presented a preamble at Canaveral a vital matter to the Interests 'REAL Robbins. & Graham,
and 'resolution for the consideration ; of a large part of the people ,oi COCOA FLORIDA ,ESTATE ,
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follows ,
of the body, as : the peninsula of Florida outside of the I "
Whereas The phosphate mined in great phosphate interest when the Clyde Incorporated 1889.CAPITAL 1 '

'Florida by'high-pr1cod American labor is and other lines of steamers can take cargoes EXCHANGE LAW LOANS AND' REAL ESTATE.
and has in
to
mainly for export compete of fruit from Canaveral to northern : ,
the market of the world with the product ports, and tramp 'and othrfr- steamer Paid Up;:$25OOO., ', "
of the pauper labor Of foreign countries would take the early fruit direct to Eng Authorized, $1,00,000. COCUA Indian 'River FLA. We have For

r Whereas; and,, ,The Florida'phosphate', is land Instead of the roundabout way by Sale .a Large list of Carefully ,Selected Man
of New York as at present.' '
subject to heavy freight chargd on the ,way ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. River' 1
I have a bearing grove of 800 trees, in Properties, ,
Jong overland haul necessary td reach a Lake county and last ,winter son Property of All,Kinds Bought, Sold and
my to Loan at lowest Rates
deep-water Atlantic,port, of shipment; Money Sale oj- Florida
Lands
and myself bought a traqt of land at Exchanged; Agents, for of the Coast lint
nnnWhereas: Abkona on which we aiTe making a home DIRECTORSf .
it'is of vital importance to for ourselves :' n n G. 8. HARDEK:, President. I 'Canal Transportation: Co '

:the phosphate Interest, to reach the I am not writing,this for publication'I' :JAMES HOLMES Vlco-Presldent !J3P" All inquiries "will be promptly ,OA1STAJL LA1VDS.
:nearest Atlantic port by the shortest but that know that R. D. ,HOLMES,Cuhlci.LDUT :, and reliably answered. Fire Insurance .
:you 'may a Florida Southern
paper Railway, ,Tampa.& West
belt and cheapest route .possible;. therefore conducted on broad-guage principals a* A. TAYLOR, J. 'M.' SANDERS,, written in standard,companies at lowest Lander Disston Company'Jacksonville. Indian River Loan Key and Investment Railway Co.Company, '
your is. ill appreciated. I shall be in 'J. F. WOOTMT. rates. -
and other Low Priced Lands.
Resolved, By the phosphate miners of 4
Anfcona
Titusvlllo on to
.Florida id convention assembled In the my way soon. Mon.cy to x..oanw .
jRespectfuUy XXXXXXX. : : : ,pn'I3LEad.wt : : : .
,
'city of Ocala on this 20th day of November yours Ten and Twelve per cent, tn WPM to luit.,

w 'the,government 1801, that we of respectfully the United urge States upon the For lame back"thore Is nothing better The Clyde Steamship Co. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.: '

than to saturate flannel cloth with Address box 1O8 Titusville ,
treat Importance 6f Improving the har.bor Chamberlain' Fain Balm and bind it on ,_p o._ Fla..
of Canaveral according to the prayer ... -
the affected It and will
,4>f the memorial State of Florida. parts. Try you 'ED'1iT
.of/he be surprised, ,at the prompt relief It RD, STZLZlTG

Captain BOMB Welsh: OPPOSITION objected to! the, re,olulion. afford rheumatism.. ,The same For,treatment sale by ,will Dixon: cure& ., 'Jc.diac: : :: River: Fla-

., He said that this was a matter Gray 13<4t, Dealer in
with:which the convention' had nothing ::4' 'H

to do. It.was in,, violation of the call. For Sole-llerritt's Island Land. PAINTS, HARDWARE, 'STOVES, TINWARE ftAGATEWARE
,
,An indorsement of this would
.
project Forty-five Indian PLUMBERS' & MILL OILS GLASS'A
antagonize Jacksonville 'and acres, fronting and SUPPLIES PUTTY;TABLE
:Fernandina, Tampa Lesidcsstveralrailroad companies Banana rivers, in 5, 10 or 20 acre lots. .. & POCKET. CUTLERY BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING
Improved or unimproved. These lands / & WIRE CLOTH. -
and in the present condition of ..
are as-well adapted to the culture of 32 OO3:: = .S S SEE 333U3NT3DS: : '
the phosphate industry the miner could pineapple,, bananas lemon 331110: ,
,not afford to antagonize anybody or oranges] Lime &
any limes, and Cement, Shingles & Lath.-
early
guavas vegetable as any
thing., He moved to lay the resolution land In Brevard county. For particular* Gun, Ammunition and fishing Tackle of all kind. Ship Chandlery Goods Gauze

-on the table.Explanations. applyor address with self addressed Doors, Cook Stove and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Casket
envelope : ;
and followed from Mr.- .arrI.'lIOn J. A, BOOTH, New York, Charleston and Florida. Lines.. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. ,Lawn Mower, Ice
Captain Sanford I '
Magruder 9* 0- Brantley, Fla. Cream Freezers; Brick Lime, Cement and '

motion and by an to,table almost, wa unanimous* lost There vote were the The ,magnlffcent Steamships of this Llrie are appointed Table and, Pocket Chimney Pipe; Flag* & Bunting;;
L Cutlery Mouldings, Scroll Work eto. etc.
further remarks from different Eau to sail follows : ,
delegates
some Gallie.I 'as Catalogues, sample card and size list cent free on application. Correspondent
: and when the resolution wa at CALLING AT CHARLESTON. S. C., BOTH WAYS.STAXDABD solicited and estimate furnished promptly.

length put, upon its passage, It wa Mayor Treutlei has been ( TIMC.)| ,
ylaltlng our Jaok.ouVffia
-aaoptea unanimously. From K.w York, From
county town this week. BTEAMEB: florid
.R.
(Pier 29 )
Mr. J. L. Wheeler.'from New Smyrna, Captain and Mrs. Gee Oleaaon Monday. Oot. 46th,.t3 1'. M:...."CHEROKEE,"......Sunday, Kor. .at 4 JO Lx.Wednesday .
Jn a few words informed the meeting Tltasrllle. spent Oct.Seth, at 3 T. M..t....8EMINOLE," ,..I..Tue.liay. NOT. 3rd,'' at 5JO 4.JI. The Name of This Has
that appeared on behalf ,of the citizens Sunday Friday Uct.30th.at. P. \'EM.A88EI.Tburadaf, NOT. 6th at 6.00 A jr. Paper Been Changed.
ana desired to have the convention Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Jerome, of Brant- Mo dA1'101'' ,Id,at S P. "lROQUO18"Bunday. NOT, 8th, at 1I.00.A.JI. ,
..... lOtb at 11.00
Wednesday NOT. A.M.
.A.LGONQU
Nov.4th at S P. M N.rue.day '
,approve and Indorse and take Into con-' ley, hare been vlslung'Mr. and Mrs. J. Friday NOT.' 6th, at 8 P M."CHKROK-KE..Thonday, NOT. 12th, at 100 P.M.
,wfderatlon Mosqalto Inlet at New Smyrna, 0.- walton., .Monday NOT 9th, at t p. .......8BMINOLE I..... ....Sunday NOT.,15th, at 4.30 .Ads.WednesdayNoV.11th.etaP.x."YEMASSEL.Tuesday to .]hat of"Indian '
17th, at .a..1LI'rtday.
NOT. 6.00
*. ft port of shipment Ha stated that I Hra. A. Bennett ha a banana close to Nov' :13tb, at a P, M...."IROgUOI9,1 .........Thnraday, NOT.' 19th at :6 JO A.M. ,, 1
they always had twelve feet of water at the house, in full ,,bloom,. which she Monday. NOT.16tA. as a P. M...."ALOONQUIN" .Sunday, Nov, 22d at 1I.00.A..JI.WednetlUAT. "
the bar and that'this could be deepenedto planted herself this season. ,NoTJSth ala P*x...,K..CHEROKEE.Tu..day. NOT' 94dd, at 11.00 A."

admit any size of ocean going teamOn. Captain Bennett brought a 'load'of Friday NOT.NOT.' SOth 83d,,at at J S P P.. x."YEMASSEIE".Sunday"SEMINOLEt'.Thunday, Nov.' 89th Soth, at at UMNOT. 1.30 1'P.M....

., Jtfosqultu Inlet could be put in direct lumber in his schooner the other day for Wednesday,NOY.2IItA. at a P. *.,...."IROqUO18-:.;..:,..Tuesday, Doe. m, at '400 .a.... River Advoc te.J
communication with the Jacksonville that his Friday NOT.' !7th,at S P. ..._. .A.LO NQUh ."......muradsy, Deo. 3d at sac AJI.
and West a large poultry yard, guests may Monday, !::.KOh-EE.'t..Sunday,, Dec. 6th at 7 JO .a.... .
Tampa Key railway by be supplied with plenty of fresh eggs and ,
the way of Oviedo, and wa only seventy chickens.We ,
miles from-the Florida Central and Pun- St. Johns River Line. ,
are very sorry to lose our pleasant ,
insular railroad. In honed the

tloa would take favorable action conven In the Mount neighbors, who Mr.are and going Mrs.across Vivelle the and river Kn.to For Sanford Enterprise ,and Intermediate" Points on TEE CARPET PALACE

matter and indorse an appropriation for live in the "Hermit's Castle." to the St. Johns 'River.Th ,
and : Hope '
,harbor the opening,...';J-'torWa up Standard.deepening of their see them on this aide very often., 48, West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.,??
81d..WbeelStaamenHCITY
Capt.'and Mrs. Bennett are two of our elegant IronT Where will find best selection
yo action was taken by the convention you the''Vel'J' of
lively citizen They are busy ;
preparing OF JACKSONVILLE -
In Inlet ,
to
regard Mosquito ,
for the rush which they anticipate this Carpets Mats
.
.The following editorial In regard to season-cettlng their beautiful Uttle hotel CAPT., W. A., SHAW."FREDERICK ? Shades "'
Canaveral appeared in the TinviUnionlast in order; planting and arranging the DeBARY Oil cloths, .
,
Monday ground, walk etc., around thelrplace. Mattings, Lace curtains
JR. ,
CAPT T. W. LUND .
'TH- PROPER BPUBTT. This location U one of the finest and ,
At the recent phosphate convention In healthiest here.. Are appointed to sail from JackaonTtlle, dally except Saturday, at UO p.m.,and from Sanford; Rugs 'Cornice poles,
Sunday,at I a.m, '
'Ocala objection was raised to the passage Mr. 1". A. McMillan I* a man of great SOUTHBOUND. dally except SCHEDULE. NORTHBOUND Pokers China Silks,
of the resolution in favor of tho Canaveral energy and taste by the look of his gar- Bead Up And Mosquito Nets.
lead DownLave
break-water because It den and grove. Hi fire old orange S-30r. M........... .. ...........JaoksonrlJU.. .........................Arrive 11,46 p.M
project year ?
ap- 8.00 r.x...,.....,..:... ..............falatka....,........................Leave TJOFM Estimate given. Samples sent The only exclusive house In FloridaOur
peared to be sought in the contest of a grove cannot be beaten In the State It 4' 1 JO A.M.................................Actor............,,...............,. !40 p. MI' Good are run 'BEST, and the Price carpet
proposed new railroad line, having Its I* quite a sight to see his young tree 343A.M...,...........................St.Francis..i...........,..,...... 12.49r.M TUX LOWEST.:
terminus at the and this might antagonize laden with the golden fruit also hi* 4' B.OOA.M............. ...Beresford............. "..,*..,....... a 11.45A.M Mall order will receive prompt attention. '
cape show. .OOAM.-......-.t........ ..........B1... SprlD$ .......................... 11.00A.M
OJ.ark
Tampa, Punta flower and vegetable garden great ArnoS.OSA.x.....: ......,.......... ,...Sanford.,...........,.-.............. 6OOA.s. rib: Oortootrt, "
Petersburg
Gorda, St. and Jacksonville tact. Your correspondent would strongly .. 945X1).......> ............,....?."..Enu>rpri e.,.......... ....... .. M ..ao .a..K 4ept-6mo_%_ 48, West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.
-all of which arto handling or expect to recommend thoM that intend making General Passenger and Ticket Off lce,88 W.''Bay St., Jacksonville. -

handle, a portion of the phosphate output an orange grove to consult this gentle- F.M.IBONMONOEB Jr. Florida Faaaenrar Agent 88 West '.,,Jacksonville W*. Established In 1873. '
-and several railroads beside man, a* be could give them some good W. V. OODKN FAY, TraYellnfc Pawenger; Agent,5 Bowling Green,New York. W-1% 4iiI TSUCCESSORS
The resolution passed,, and the Tim*.- point J.O. FKLOT. Freight Agent on wharf foot Hogan Street.JackaooTllle,Fla. OC> Y.,

Vnion think 'Vel'J'properly, too. It Capt. Roy McFadden had the starboard JOHN J. A.LES1JK I. HOWARD,Superintendent, Florida,Frelgnt fool:Laura Agent Street,foot JackaonTiUe Laura Street,:Fla.Jacksonville. ( TO, G. W. :DARKENS,)
would be crediting all these cities and watch called about four bell on Sunday Manager Bowling
railroad companies with a very narrow morning week, to see and help launch MAILSUALLHCL ,Awl.Traffic Jll& &er,5iioNwungOrOreenN.wTort. Wholesale and Retail Wines and Lipis.
and selfish policy to believe that they little craft that .
one of the finest wa WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents., ,
or
any ever launched on Indian River. She U
harbor the which it seeks II 8oth Wliaraa.Philadelphia a B.wUn Gr.ea.H.w York. California Vines
improvement full riggedba well put together and ha Monogolela Rye Kentucky Bourbon Dusty
simply because this improvement would t aboarAny person ,

attract business to It The Timtt-UnioH that is curious enough to wish any more :INCJ:AN' RIVER:: :eO"JEJ:... PRICES NEVER BEFORE ATTEMPTED
believe that harbor improvement and
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Information respecting this strange little PerGaL $LOO Per Case, $3.00
railroad development,, no matter at what craft need only to look'at the beaming Port.. .... .. H. t.ro N 6,00
point or through what section l tend to face of Grandpa and Grandma McFad- TITUSVILLEIndian Sherry ..-,. '4 10 1.60 M u 5.09
the benefit of the state at large, and that den. Angelica. .?., ..,..'.-.n "45 ISO -5.00
they ought to be generally indorsed and I River Hock ,. H J> .4 H 4.00

encouraged. Sealed BUU Wonted;. -%,' rLLri1r .1 W. street
Fla. _YD. eto: Co.,181, Bay JACKSONVILLE
Jacksonville hustling for deep water -
..but she doe not with to stand to the Cocoa Beach Improvement Association ..
'way of any other locality seeking a like want sealed bid to be opened De- RICHARD W. GOODE. JAMES T. HOGG.

advantage;she doe not desire to. draw cember 1st. 1891, for clearing and grub = ;r L !L MABBETTE, -
from any other city or section any advantage bing First and Second Street:; from Banana Florida
Real
which it now possesses She i* River to Ocean and Banana Avenue Psora.Op Estate Exchange
willing to take her chance in the general from north side of Block A, to ,
struggle for bnslnesa Centra of Block C. II11
Florida baa. longer stretch of coastline For particulars enquire of C- J.Schooomaker a All The Year. MELBOURNE Brevard Co., FLA.
than any other state in the Union A A. G. Welnberg. 14*

- and she ba received lees consideration -. PROPERTIES OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT, SOLD & EXCHANGED.TAXES .
..
who a''e. minutes'walk
proportionately than any of the other Many old contracted Only NONRESIDEyfg'CONTRACTS
states If Canaveral or Tampa or Fer- chronic dlarrboaa while In the service, from Railway depot PAID FOR
nandina ask for harbor Improvement at have incj been permanently cured of and Steamboat landing TAKEN FOR SETTING OUT ORANGE GROVES AND

,the hand of th* government the people It by Chamberlala Colic Cholera and On the bank* of th PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS, _
of Jacksonville: will be the last to stand Diarrhoaa Remedy ;Foe ala by DUon far-famed Indian River* Indian River Landa a lpecla1ty. Parties wishing to invest,, or having lands forale

la the .a19% any of those ports.; What ".Gray. 134 $ would do well to cone pona with u. S. .rI"

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