Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00003
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 1891
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: UF00079909:00003
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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:-Take four washing t6'the New York -T'1.t! Goldsmith Bros. -Capt." 'J. U. Smith who has been' o n I tr"'The ADVOCATH may be had at Bsam goods In abundances at the M ., "

Laundry close to Indian River Hotel. II Bread Is the "staff of life." Altree' a visit t JlICkaon'lll returned. here I Dr. Screven's drug store, 60. per copy., 174 ,

Mortgage deed, Warranty deed, Mr. H. P. Shares 'of Rockledgewas yeast cake never falla to make It. lOa Wednesday."On -Mr. A.., E. KlngMey,' of Rocklodge, -Mr. B. H.; Mime was In town'Wednw- Ii I ::
deed Bill of kale ;- I package; iSo by malt 83tf. Indian was in town Wednesday day and us a pleasant call. '
Quit-Claim in town Wednesday, attending to" DUSlel RIerl' $i.&O., at the I gave j "-

Satisfaction of mortgage,Tax certificate, ness matters.Mr. : 1 Service at the Episcopal!: church oa IHMAK RivKJt ADVOCATE office, Titus -Comfortableablanketssheeting, at -Mr. B. J, Mime, accompanied by liU '
Tax sale deed Lease, : Sunday-morning at 11 and evening at the Baiaar. 174 brother, Mr. R. E. Mimi of Atlanta 't
sine tf !
Assignment of mortgage, Pnaclpe for H. A. Hodges;, of Satsmna/ 7 o'clock. Rev. B. F; brown wilt, oats gave as a pleasant call on Tuesday.A ,I
Bond for Title summons, eto'For Heights, was In town this. week- doing. ", .i .,The ADVOCATM office was visited Tnes4 -There Is a gas machine In the Clyde large washing'machine Is ; 1
sale the ADVOCATE office. One business for his firm; : warehouse, consigned to Thoe. E. Rich m g
/ .Tb Wilder, of the Ne wands the Clyde dock. It Is consigned to In., t { ..
lOc ; three, 25c j dozen, We.? one hun Firewood, hardwood, for Bale cheap, -Mrs. E. File. of TTew York, who arrived Haven,(Bonn.) -1-nUadium.' Mr. Eden, l11a.-r'mt.Utlion. dims River Hotel company, Rockledge.. .{ '
here Tuesday started for .
$3. 1.00 per'load; $0.00 per cord.' Apply to evening, U inaklnf a study of the "New South." -Mr. J. E. Ender has gone to Tampa Timtf Union. '
,,, Also, attachments,' in set, $1.00; six John E. Bennett .Tltusttlle.. 154 Canaveral next day, In Capt. Pouny'anoble to'Inquire Into system of electric ,
done anew Mrs. Louisa
,sets,'$6.00. Ten In each set. Copyright sea craftPlasterers. Senator Matt Quay, having, I Carllle, of LaGrange.
-Mr/ and Mrs. lit. Grassman, of Philadelphia full justice to the tarpon fishing; returned lighting. died at eight o'clock last night We un a l'
Wedding f:::'*Card arrived in town Monday on I. Twenty rooms to plaster St. Lncie on..Wednesday's I XMas. To please the little ones ands derstand she has resided In this section ,;;
at Eau Gallic, Indian River. Applyat steamer: on his to attend to ,hl I for 83 She 'was the wife of '
their was down the titer I, way your friends, go to Goldsmith Bros. A years. Mr. \
f We shall be pleased to once to Wm. Treutler; Ean aWe, or senatorial duties In Washington week. Lawrence Carllle and '
\ full line of and this ,her'age) was 43years.
toy presents
receive share of your iI : -Hr. Jeo.B. Ce on of the; firm of to D. L. Gaulden, TitusvlQe.i .

: Job Work-envelopes, g: Geo. B. Cellon Bros., of this place, started Winslow Bisbee --Will arrive at Altree's In a few dayaloe tiMr.. A. Faber, of Sharpen., was In I :
{ } : -Mr. of Brantlev -Mrs E. C. Dearborn
been alc1c' i
lettetheadslrote-heads O assortment of stoves and beaters
\I lJq for Jacksonville Tuesday.Fifty \ town yesterday, .and gave us a pleasant I
was In town ;Sunday and Monday De< with fever In for I'
'1 bill-heads., 'statements, In stork; large hotel rani No. 8 stoves, call ., Jacksonville some
;'; or anything else. Thousand ExtraThlck'BRngorBoies came up after lumber and to attend to refrigerators,: gold and silver. watches, time post She will soon return, to,TU'tusvlue. "
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( u i. on hand,and yet to arrive at Face other matters of importance., dining rooinchairs, suit of Ash Marble, -Jnst received at the Bazaar, an elegant .

"' A, Doyle', Tltusville, 80., f.. ,o. b. 150,000 genuine birch hoops, just off top, 8 pieces; 2 and 8 burner coal oil line of dress goods, linings, domes -We shall be If onr""correspond

9Lh'LOCAL Special prices on huge orders. 13* the schooner and perfectly fresh, aPace stoves; all} as good as now. Prices away tics, sheetings, flannels, etot etc., at eats will mall glad Items early in the )

-Mri..; C. H. Dent and little Miss A( Doyle's' Titusville. 15* ,down 17-tf. prices that will ',U.. 174. week, so.that we may get thonrnot later J,"1 (

NEWS. Lucie, arrived in town from the north -It Is ,surprising to see the amount or -Th"Vow Rockledge Hotel, at Rock .-Mr. L. C. Oliver Informs us that than Wednesday night. i It.1 ,:

Monday, evening, and tre stopping at lumber and freight, that, arrive here on ledge ,U being re-painted throughoutand i business in the lumber line Increasing -J. P. Turner Co. have the .tlnmt.

I-... Mrs, Decker's. the cars evert day, for distribution at, /pnmlaes, under the the .management every week. On Wednesday he sent'out line of linens to be' found in Brevard "l3r .

-Mr. Geo. M., Bobbins is improving. various points on Indian River. of, Mr.. W. A, Rogers, to do a five boat loads of lumber., county. Boarding houses and hotel \ ,.

"Society with Indian and General River'and Ooulp Lake la Worth connection sea the appearance of his residence by giving; .Mall agent W: E. Dale, whohae been flourishing business.. Mr. Rogers Is. a -Read the new ads of Chas. A. .Morgan furnished at ..pecIAtratel.1, *4

bona daring pMt week. Brief mention of it a coat of. paint and, enlarging the i. on a two,, weeks visit to' his home at manager of many years' experience jeweler;,A. T. :Monteua, baker F. 1"1Ir. F 0. Allen, GeorglanVs promt r .'

Interesting E..ot.l, About People Tea veranda. Philips, near Jacksonville, returned hereon ':"MwTO. K. Wood and his daughter- T. Budge, hardware merchant; Davis A nent merchant made a flying trip to r'
Friday night last looking..much better Robinson, tailors and Empire Watch Titusville and yesterday, and w&la
Know, and People Ton Don't Know- -The Keeley Institute, located at Miss Addle-accompanied by a lady ;
in health than when he left Co. of New York all on our fifth'page.. pleasant caller'at this office. "'
Picked up by Oar Society Editor. Palatka, Fie. is a branch of the Dwight friend Mrs. Carr-returned from 'their ,
Institute, and all those afflicted with the -For salei Steam yacht "Lolllboy.1" trip to Nsw York,.Monday evening and -The Sweeney was unable to get far -Mr. Ji,Martin, of London, England

-',Advertisements under hta..head. liquor opium, cocaine and tobacco habitsshould Reason, too''small. Inspectors aay"Finest left for Cocoa next day. Mr.. Wood has ther than Titusvillo. Monday, owing to Is In town. He Is on the look-out for
invftSttgMtt ll8tCapt. built boat of her*class we eer41aw. been In,New York purchasing goods, eta. the heavy norther, but came, down,on suitable lands, and leave for. Rocklodgo
.l ,1g are ten cents per line per week. ." For full particulars address John'. and says he will have a fine display of her regular trip Wednesday, 'with over and other points oh the river to-day., .
C. Fi Placer has been
-:Mr; ''T.:F. Wooten, of Rockledge. was -the Canaveral Club to bring engagedby their E.,Harris, Saint Francis, Fla. 153 ; Xmas presents a few days.. five carloads of freight. Her business Is Thirty Tons Primo. Bright Cotton )

in town the first of the,week. ; better than for the corresponding'period Seed Meal,'$20.00 Cub f. o. b. This. i
new steam launch-now in course of -Mr. P..T. Murphy .of Atlanta, arrived ,';' Mr. Michael F. Dwyer, of Brooklyn,
,. Read and,consider the article in an- construction by the Merrill-Stevens Co.,; in town a few.days*ago, and is now 1'. accompanied by his two beautiful little last ;year. lower than Jacksonville prices, Send

other column on the subject 6( bonding of Jacksonville-around to Titusville. located here as financial manager of tin! children, and :Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Vendlg, There was 'iv stockholders' meetingof orders Immediately to Pace A Doyle i

the town for needed improvements. The, Captalnjjtarted after her ygaterday.Misebt4 ,. Indian River Fish A; Oyster Co. Mr. arrived hereon Monday afternoonstrain the East Coast Transportation Co. at Titusville, Fla. 17'*
Young who'life expects to remain here perms '. and boarded the St. Lucie for Cherokee on Tuesday. Besides a change Conductor E. 0. Dearborn' and O. ,
,Try the home-made Indian River been Murphy ,: Rockledge where he owns the Hotel In the by-laws, no business of importance P. Sewoll now attend to train business
'Cigars, manufactured by'H, C. Stark, living at Georgians, during the past Indian Hirer. This hotel, we 'are Informed was transacted. It Is expected that on the run between here and Jacksonville
'Malabar;Indian River, Fla.144t ten months, left here Wednesday, for -rfats and shoes tram: headquarters.J. Is to be opened. on the 10th of this line will do' a very large business ; while Conductor'Cowan run between
Leesburg: Fla. She gave the ADVOCATE P. Turner A Co. > 174 '
: Goo it 1 Jattutry.LorlllanTa. this winter. Titusville and San ford.
ill. Reed of Canaveral .
a pleasant call while in town, and added r
Club, and Mr. Orlando Quarterman. of her name to our fast increasing list of -We had a pleasant call, on Tuesda;y'' houseboat Is not a new When the Astors tcok possession of -The ladle .and member of the

Cheater Shoals. were. In town the end of subscribers.For morning from Mrs. Sackett, who sent idea by any means, the English people Lansdowne house. In London, great Presbyterian church tender thank to all
last week. some fine orange. and grape-fruit Into. having been using mob outing devices things were expected of them in the way who RO liberally patronized the Rainbow "
sale.-1-Steam ;yaeht, Sassacus. the ADVOCATE: office. They were from Festival last Friday night and to Me. 1'
well-known for many years. One of William Black'snovels of hospitality. These deferred ..expectations ,
Weather-Mr. T.Bureau J* O'Brien officer, started the, for Jupiter Cost, $4,800; will sell for $1, OO., and her orange grove at Heath, and we ,return ft will be recalled, portrays'mostdelightfully are now about to be realized, for It J. )V. Roger for tho free use, of ,the 1
guarantee everything perfect or no sale. 1 thanks for same. The ladies don't
jmmmer life on s houjw-boat. It announced that Mr. Astor Intends room. ,
in the yawl on Wednes .
government Without exception the handsomest. forget the ADVOCATE., Mr, Lorillard may,get a.' far 'south as soon to open her bonN for 'a series, of Senator Mathew Quay I is a guest at 1
day. '
steam yacht on Indian River. For fu -Two new-stores'have opened op this Florida Itb''hfa' ov ) croft thiswinter, entertainment that will make ,the most the St. James, having arrived there,yeeterday -, id

-Grain, cow food, cotton seed meat; ther particulars, address Hodgson Bros., week on Washington avenue, vast The -2 ,;es.tlnfen.Mt. ." blase partygoer eager for ....Invitation from .the, Indian River.region,

'etc., promptly delivered to points on the Eau Gallic, Fla. 82mo gents furnishing store of Max Myerson Young, of Calais, Me., arrivedIn The 'Rainbow:social the where he has' been enjoyinghimself 1*, 4.
river, at Jacksonville prices, freight added English 'aportameu are del!ght d' at flc. Co.,where clothing of all kinds may; town Tuesday from Jacksonville, baokrfif J. W. Rogers Co given* store last capturing tarpon, jewels ; sea-devil and
by Pace A Doyle, Titusville. IS the announcement that A. Wallcott, be purchased; and a wholesale and,: retail where he has been stopping about a ,, sucking Ash. He hale and hearty ,
Friday evening, was ,quite a .uceeu-
-Mr. P..P. Cobb, the genial and popular of New York, .nominated five American grocery store, which is doing bus!-; week. He has been visiting Nebraska both socially and financially The : and If one were to. judge 'from appearances ,

manager of the Florida Canning bred colts] for the English St.Ledger, ness under the firm name of Geo. B. Cel and other places since he left he..,. Mr. was fairly crowded all the evening room and has not lain awake much at night, ,

Go's store, at Fort Pierce, came up to 1803. One is by Rayon d'Or who won Ion A Co.Quite. Young is not certain as to whether his the takings amounted to $93 The ladles worrying over the alleged libel of the

town'on Sunday' steamer, and returned the St. Ledger in 1879. One is by Eolus a number of Miami Indian., family will visit Tltnsvlll this winter In their picturesque-looking costumes,, newspapers.-Jacksonville Standard.Mr. .

next day.Mise. and one by Longfellow, under the escort of their chief MentheloIs If not, he' says he expects to return to added quite a charm to the fairy scene. a J. Field, of ;
-Mr. B. C. Davldge, of the Davidge encamped about four miles west '01 his respects to the ADVOCATE yesterday
Edith Altree celebrated her Maine.The Messrs. Lanouette and O'Brien who
Fertilizer Co., New York, was in town Lake Worth, where they will remain toysome : which blew and
norther, the first of afternoon we regret to learn that
23rd birth-day on Monday, when a few returned on Thursday last, from their
and started down the river time furnishing game to the resl hls
Tuesday on the week lowered the water and he lost father
exposed on Tuesday at the
friends including the ADVOCATE trip down the river Informs us that. Mr. ,
of her dents the Several
Wednesday, in the Interests of his firm, vicinity came over: accumulation of filth extending ripe old of 83 yean ,and a month .
Jacksonville age
=were present, and spent a pleasant with venison wild and B. F. Dillon, of manager of I '
He will remain Indian River for one Friday turkey '
on .
I from the Indian River hotel to the 'railroad the Western Union Telegraph Co. recently ThaRev. Mr Field cam to Indian lUTM"1231eal'l
evening. or two weeks. Readers, look out for antlers for sale. They were .in "fnl the odor
wharf, so that from it be started from KI..lmm..WStb the ago, and was known' and highly'
,-We, want money to loan, .on'absolutely him.A dress" and ready for bWllneaa.Tropl.cal came' quite offensive. This nuisance Intention of establishing an 'overland respected by all the 'old settlers, and

safe real estate security. In sums series of protracted services will Sun. could have been abated In half the time telegraph line from the above place to many of the new, In this aectlon. '11'.'

ranging from $200 to 10000.. Loans be held at the Methodist church at -The schooner Cygnus, 18-tons, of: I that has been consumed in talking about Jupiter, to connect with the British condole with the FIeld family In their

net ten" per cent to lender free of expense. Cocoa, next week, beginning, to-night, Ears: Gallic, one of the best built yachtson It, and the ordinance which was passed cable from Nassau, but the route has sad bereavement Mr. Field, who WM a

Bobbins A Graham, Titusville, (Friday, 4th), Rev. C. 8. Bird, of,Titus- Indian River, will soon be put In corn- last summer should be enforced, or else been abandoned as Impracticable.Our guest of Dr. Wilson while In town, returned
Fla. 2tf rile, and other ministers assisting. Attendance mission. She is just off the ways, and is let the town undertake,the work at its to Indianola to-day
stationmaster Mr. M. E. Gruber
_"Rose, a Tale of Indian River," written .from Rockledge and Cocoa are I 1 to being hire nicely her for fitted trips up.to the Parties Keys, Nassau wishing, own expense wu made happy on lfrednesdymorning,, -Mr. Jno. Asplnwall: !, of Barrytown

by Mrs. Mackenzie, of Canaveral, Is requested.Mr. or the West Indies, will please communicate -one of the prettiest trains that ever for his wife presented him with. fine a N. Y., arrived hero Wednesday afternoon .

having a large sale, we hear. The price M. F. Dwyer, of Dwyer Bros, with J, O. Walton, Eau Galilei or left Jacksonville will leave this(Monday) baby boy a* any one could wish to see. and in the evening hi*'' new keretene -.
Is 75c., and may be obtained at Messrs. owners of the renowned Brooklyn stableof C. II. Walton, Titnsvllle. tf. morning at 820: over the J, T. A K. W., It Is a little in advance/ of Christmas; but launch-17 fk long, 0 ft. beam-arrived '
Dixon A Gray' or Dr. Screven', Titus thoroughbreds, who I. now at the St. for Sanford and the>Indian River It is no matter, Mr. Gruber Is a happy, daddy on the railway ear ,from Jacksonville ,
that there Is -Mrs. Johnson of Klssimmee] a sister No. 71, snd will be known as the Indian all the and th. her the '
vllle, James, says no reason whya same, baby ha the best He placed In water yesterday
of Mrs. Mabbette who here : ..
Guy Metoalf editor'and racing park at Jacksonville should not arrived last River Express. It Is composed ,of new wishes of the ADVOCATE for it* future afternoon, and will start for his winter .
L proprietor week attend her sick
-Mr. to
Is still
to pay under 'liberal laws. "Put up the sister in ears throughout, with'the engine just well-fare and prosperity. Mrs. Gruber, residence at Eau Gallie, to-dsy. Mr.
of the Tropical Sun, came up town. The lady Is the mother of the
out of the'shop. A duplicate of this
steamer and left for money and you'll have all the horses you we are.YeI'1 pleased to note, 1* gettlug A.plnwallinforma us that ,the company
town on Monday's two ladles Miss Rosa
Jacksonville next day to meet his father want, says he.-Tlntr Union. and Bertha popular Johnson young-who were- train leaves Titusville, also all new, ev along as well a* can be expected under wanted to make him pay $9 extra for .,
visiting morning, Sunday exempted, at 8:30
mother who on,their to J.F. of Oak Hill and err : the circumstances taking his launch on the car to the end
and were way Major McCarthy, Mr. Mrs. Mabbette short time back a. m., making all connections. k. .
Indian River to spend the winter. accompanied by Dr. S. E. Wall, gave the We acknowledge a pleasant call' from sonville Standard -For late,-price 17.00, a Winchester of the wharf; but a* the launch WM

studiedthe ADVOCATE a pleasant call 'on Tuesday.The Mrs. Johnson and Miss Donegan on Wednesday repeating shot gun; quite new, and has billed to Tltnavllle, he ordered them to:
-An English mlcrosoopist has Major came down to dispose of a lot afternoon. -Mr. R. 8. Corbett, of the well known never been used. Usual price, $29. There take her back to the station, and refused

action of the various condiments and on of turtle and to attend to other business.Dr. Mrs. Jno Asplnwall and her beautiful Jacksonville: firm of Clarke A; Corbett, are 20,000 of1 these guns now la use, to par extra chlrgea.Stlll'They.
the tissues of the oyster, recommends Wall was a surgeon In the army during -little girl of baa been In town a couple of days. This which proves they are a favorite CUD
lemon juice as the most valuable, JrlabeUet Barrytown, firm have the contract to fit with will find this ComolThe
the Seminole (Indian) war; and 11)1he N. Y., accompanied JIoIlu1lLA.. Van. out, Sportsmen a strong servio I
animalcule by
Uitdestroys the infesting etc. the steamers. able and useful Is said -
camped and bunted, on the spot derhoof of Sayvllle L. L arrived hereon carpets, Augustine, gun that
the stomach of the mollusc. where the ADVOCATE building stands, Mobyeenfng'. train, their St. Sebastian and Progress; belonging to with this IUD sportsmen can 'often following have enrolled 'their '
-Dr.'II. D. Brown, a member of the as long ago as thirty years. In those to their winter home at Eau Gallie. Mrs way 1 the Indian River Steamboat Co. Mr. three or four bird where a doublebarrelgun name U new subscriber to the ADVOCATE

firm of E. C. Thomas & Co., general days he got all the deer, turkey, bear, Asplnwall-who gave the ADVOCATE a Corbett appears to be a thorough business "ould only get two. Owner having within the past fewdays: R.W.' i ,

merchants, of Melbourne, was in town etc., that be wished for, they were so pleasant call--left her husband In Jacksonville man, and says his firm can sell ear no time for sporting, will sell 'at abovelow Bean jean, Melbourne Beach; J. N. WO- -
Tuesday, and gave the ADVOCATE a plentiful on Indian River. to see to the shipment of his pets as good and at as low A price as figure. May be seen a; the IJTDIAHRrvE Hams, Chicago; r, Carrot, Hardecville; 1f

pleasant calL He was on his way to Sanford Parties wishing to charter boats for new kerosene launch. We were pleased any firm In the country. ADVOCATE: o&=o. 17*. A. X. Chatflild. Roekledcs W. B. Fa.

and Jacksonville, and expects to return Indian River Lake Worth, or Miami, to note how well Mrs. Asplnwall and her -"Were Atwell and his sons murder -Lot one, of section two, of township well, Jacksonville; L. C.b.mar.e,Tltu i
home to-day. call or write to, U.Altree, TitnsviQe. 0* little daughter looked. They left for rid by Indian from the Everglades f It 4.8. R. 80, 1:., will be sold at Muter'ssale vlllej Mrs. J. D. Tattle, Miami; W. P 4

remarkable cures of Eau: Gallic on Tuesday's" steamer.Mr. Is feared here (Key West) that tibdton, next'Monday, The advertisement Lawshe, Jacksonville; P. T. Murphy j I I!
-The many -Mr..1. P. Turner was unfortunate formerly of this city, and two of his of sale appears in another column. This Titusville; Mis U.lf.YouagLeesburg; f
Honor, opium, cocaine and tobacco habits '.- enough to receive a painful cut on Sat and Mrs. 1. W. Ballantine, 'and children, but recently residents' Mr. tract of Land contains about 70 ,acres, N. B. Thomas, New York} W. A. B.o< effected by the use of Dr. Keeley' namedBrock their charming daughter Miss Helen, Roekl dg.r Lieut B K. Purssell Saulsde .
evening, at 9:30. A man AtweiTs farm at Lost Man's Key, about and lies en' Merrltt's Island, immediately "
by-chloride of gold remedies Is conclusive Revels, who was the worse for who have been spending the best part of elht1.U. from this Island, hive been opposite Rockledge. It has a quarter of fit Marl Mich Jno.. I>>. Thomas, j

proof that these dangerous solicited diseases drink, entered Mr. Turner's store, and the summer at Somerville, :N. J., arrived murdered by Indians Thomas Atwell a mile of river front, and there I* an old Chicago; J. 1L Bennett, TltusvlUe.. l
can be cured. Correspondence around accidentally here on Monday afternoon's train, on 1 -
while flourishing a knife of this city, one of hWsons, was taken grove and dwelling on the
Keeley Institute Palatka, Fla. ll8t stuck it into Mr.Turner's right their way to Sharp**, to spend the win quite in about two weeks ago, and a It a part of the Aaron P. Cleveland Toms Two Cheap Tttusvllla Homes. '

-Capt. J. G. Green, who has been on leg, Just below the knee. Several who ter. They left New York on Wednesday nessenget was sent by schooner: to In- stead. Any one looking for A bargain la We are authorized to offer the well- '
last for JackaonviU and had
his usual trip to Inspect the lighthouseson were promptly on hand, suggested that a very form the father and his younger brothers this neighborhood will no doubt be able located, comfortable residence of C. K.Dakln .
this coast, returned from Jupiter Revels be given over to the :Marshal for rough sea passage. Oa,ThanksgivingDay but BO trace of them could be found. to ratify their desire at the Master's containing seven room, well
Sunday evening, and started, with Capt ale keeping, but Mr. Turner objected, only three put In an appearance at The 7Mh'ot the family was found at sale ia front of the court house door, tTttusvlUe built and finished throughout, for the .
dinner of them Miss
Penny, Monday morning, for Canaveral as be said it was not done intentionally. the tablet one being anchor ia its accustomed. place, but next Monday The sale will sum of $1,200. The house and lot eort
who to be firstratesailor.
Lighthouse. On Tuesday he left for Revel was very sorry for what he had Ballantine. W, appears to them an there were no signs'of life. A week later take place about noou.Tbe $1.300 a few month ago. The lot ha C ', '
New Smyrna done, and did all he could to proem a remarkably well in health. another messenger wee sent eat bet Florid Newspaper Ualo sod advaaeetj .eoimVltmWjr In valve dart* -:;- ; 1

Accustom yourself to the use of doctor to have the wound seen to. It is Their looking friends 10 will, no doubt gladly wet- still no one OB Lost Man's Key WaeeDHr. Advertising Agency; of niatka, Fla., that time. This place) 1* now occupied., '_,,:.'T"J' '
healing nicely. Atwell, and easeful search revealed managed by Mr Cbas. H. Pratt Mr. and '
with cold water morning now up them back to Indian kf again.Referring are by Bchayler, situated 1;
sponging of bed.every should be .Visitors to Jacksonville will be come vet be fact that neither The old man nor histwo making great change in the .print opposite the public : .. ,
4 on first getting out deal pleased to know that although the St. to our editorial oa Senator children were on the island. From service. They are about to put on anew Also the residence of John H. '. tIn

followed by a good has considerable effect James Windsor, Everett Carteton, Dn- Quay, lu last Friday's Issue, that Btoecaatned footprint loud oa the drees of type, make their patent Insides North THnsrUte, just west \'
a wet towel. tone This to the skin and main- val Glenada, Grand View and Toga popular journal, the Florida Standard, beach It ls believed thai the three met a credit to Florida, add aa advertising place of Mr. Bumph' fine lot d1recU1 1,
In giving sun the ADVOCATE claims death at the Lands of the uncivilized. In- to their office and make
< action in it and thus hotels are closed for the summer, lays: .U. as agency very large rooms *om of
r tf ing a proper to the influence that elegant hotel-The Travelers Senator Quay will help secure an adequate ians oa the mainland which l. only a many other Improvements that will, we be divided into two-plastered

proves a safe sudden injurious changes of open for the reception of guest This government appropriation for the days tourney from Lot Man's Hy. A are confident, be of great benefit to the oat; good cistern pump! etc.
; the 11 the only hotel which succeeds mak. proposed harbor at Canaveral,the Tarpon searching party is now being organized, newspaper fraternity of the state. They cost $1,000 and and lot tOO W. caavf
Sir Cooper
Ashley _
temperature. said "The and Wends both winter and may be recognized as a benefactor to sad tbefEvfergudes will be searched for have bee publisher of newspaper for sell urn tt $1,073. Both of the above,
celebrated English physician, : guiimer.ing money To strangers we would say Florida And if the money U voted us some clue to the fale ot the missing ones over twenty-five years, and at present propertlee are offered because) the owawer

methods by which I have preserved my that The Travelers is not a boarding and the work done, we would suggest Some believe that they are alive and are printing 80 newspaper Ia five elates, have decided to M,. on their ptopjw ,

own health are temperance with, early cold water rising house or a restaurant with a few roomsconnected that the nest legislature adopt the silver .borethe Indians for ransom." The Igcluding le nasylvanla, and reaching to ty down the river. Half cash, l balanc*
and tponging the body bed but a first-class hotel with king as one of the supporters to our coat the New York World, and the Mississippi l rlfer. What the Pratt In one to two yean, at tea per cent ..
of ,
out a
&which getting accommodation for one hundred guests. of arms with the sub-motto: Qua-y-tH may be taken by our readers for what it Bros don't know about the newspaper either of the above Apply to
for thirty
yeah praetice without ever I have baring adopted taken; cold." Remember The Travelers. *tf Mare Tarpuin," {. worth. business U not worth knowing. I" G&AIIAM.(.

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A Deer Whips a Boll.Abiier .. -. ori SYSTEMALLOYEBTHECMUZEOHC3LO

Mm ,RivsrTITU8VILLE Advocates )t. Goodrichy-who Hrcs.on Paif 'OP- FILING sEacetrre LETERen' bTw BtL.teit= I '

Thor Hill", thirteen miles/south'; of Scrarv !t.
f ,ton;' l'onn.,"saW a;brick''doer' strolling'along 1 "
FLA, l the edge of k piece of wOOds hit $ .esrw 0r ijio ta jyriarwncris ooXKifieatO. TO. na
'place' a few days ago!. SncMcnl/ the' 1 r PNS ABSOLutE SECURITY i'
buck stopped, throw back hit dnUer, QUICKEST Nearly all the colleges and nnivcrItios ., and begAn gating toward the farm builds fpw.4 The SSANlTClf CA3Ut? tsi 1C'].i t.t: 'j
report Increased enrollment of ings. In a hillside pasture field, twentyrods coma, u tit toenvr! ; tint the*:AEfitna 1'tT.0:' tA$ .
to ft1" tbftUtr letwu r.t
: til'eeaa t
below 'bnok Mr. Goodrich'sherf "
? tbe 1' umtt. ; 1 r '
scholars. :
__ rvT1F,
of cattle All at ;/
were grazing. one wnms r'6>i coMWWfi tJltl't\r.xATro ArnrM .
The julunesofaVupToinu court lint the buck caught eight of the cattle, and ,, Van*KI ona omen Lbatfri lirucS) BAPID noLua to.IUJ.KJlof ..- & '
decided tbat contracts for grain fu. the fence, bounded down ____ P1LnfO. CAerxEB the aetncam'M. "'''nn.?oo 1'tTTILI",'.. Lr0.venue, IWO"1 i'
tares are not valid. the hillside toward thom the buck's The oowri became ..- MU _J 1- LARGEST ff o OFFICE SPECIALTY MFC: CO./.R CHrSTER: .-YN s ;:j
frightened at nri..f Nci,lJi-t." :t-ClIcAce--n11&4.trtlaCatk3rtul: +-CAS Fudra.T
,appearance, and with their tails in:the iclNGfr -
Engineer Robert Gollbam of New air cantered to of the -
they a corner pas piANO FACTORIES
York, who hat just returned from tore. The bull in the herd did" not run. T Ot BTOUCH

Paris, say that, compressed' air is,already When the bucksaw the 'cows' caper- SU'D' )

'a formtdablo competitor to the .'log The bull away Immediately he' came to faced& sudden tho strange', atop, C R L

cable and electricity. as 6 means of .animal, bellowed savagely, and began to ,, ,0" .
the dirt. At tint the buck acted mW .
,.surface transit.It paw up r C, .
.u as if ho didn't know what. .W make of the t 'OF AIJIi XrNDS: : "

has beiin shown that the climate noisy bull's actions. lie backed off a . ', / f.
fowjfect, .and the bull slowly followed j t I l 'r '1Tr"" 7 j a S ..'' t ., ; ", fBANK.
,_f many'Italian provinces has been
him. '.Thoii the'bull, made"oltffigo at
changed by the steady destruction.of, the(buck, with lowered.horns,..and thebuo' VAULTS .
the forests. The Government Is seeking c got out of his way by bounding to tmt ,
otto side. This was repeated & number .
to remedy the matter by offering of times, the bull becoming more angry VAULT :/D"OQ.RSJ.

valuable prizes for tree planting.! atoach failure to gore the buck while iN 9 9 ,
the buck his noisy'antagonist and + 1 f '

The town of Basle, Switzerland, has kept out fled roach., STEEL RAIL AND CELL WORKS
the buck to mad at .
pasted what the :New York Herald \Finally began get r
the the bull was makIng' him shift
way '
dooms a very wise regulation, which LIs ground. When the bull again lunged OF IMPROVED CONSTRUCTION.

forbids the occupation of a new house at hum ho uttered a loud bloat bounded ,. "
until four months after its completion, Into tlio air, and struck, the bull in the :XI O? X 3VC yy T 'f': 0i, 35" TJ 'XI.; 3>X X J3 XX: .33: ':X>
the bull's horns
neck. One of pierced
on account of the danger to,health,by I the tuck's shoulder and then'the buck's On all ,,lkind,' 'of fire and the evaporation of water in. wood or fighting. nature was aroused to the high I J_
bricks and mortar. est pitch. ,lie danced all around the i
bull,jammed his.prong* into the bull's e DIEDOLDMAFvE &'LOCIt'OOMPANY.: .

The most unfortunate, town' In tides, struck him with his sharp hoofs, .
and didn't give the bull another chance. .W : '
the Mail seems H
Ifrance, says Chicago, to gore him. BUTLER:
to be: teto.l Its population of 8000\ Soon the "buck's energotid and fierce fT RRE ::HAUTE ,

tat decreased greatly since tho last attack completely demoralized the bull. FLORIDA .AGENT,
lie made .one more effort to down his
and themales. 'NEWP.ORT'i
aensus- almost entirely among. lively antagonist,'bul failed.to book him 78 J A'IT N'E ST I EE: T :;
There are 300 more ;maidensban while ,,the" buck got in another tolling '
$ bachelors, 60 more married wlDen'than strike on the bull's ribs. Then the'hull (IIKAB SSOAPWAT) ,
married men and 816. more 'gave a bellow of tage, turnod tail like a .
Sash and rau at the top'of his speed to
endows. than-widower. whore the cows were huddled. For a New York: 'City.
-- moment the triumphant buck stood'and ...
They are tolling of a family; *of 100 gazed at the fugitive bull. Then he ;,' -1 mo:

persons who lived up in a little Til whirled, legged it up tho hill, sealed the
fence,' and disappeared in 'the forest.
lage"in Ontario a few ;years .ago. The bull was to badly injured that.Mr. TirflE are making a specialty.this season of what .

Eighty'six: of these HQW reside in the Goodrich had .to' kill. kirn.-[New York v* call our. PARAGON HflRHESS.., '; &

United States twelve are dead and aunt, Made of the fiNEST STOCK ,and the very .

two1 itltl live in their native' village.' Milk as Unman Food. BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such' a harness ., O /
And yet.exclaim tho' Atlanta Con. ---. cannot be bou&ht'or less than 925- .
ablution, Canada is astonished at her Milk is one of the most valuable un at retail. But we are 'wllllnff., 'f. ..
Patent applied
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dwindling return economical articles for human fll'd. In order to Introduce It, to \ ".::
census This 1-one of the most oonvenl tileMnre and business vehicles for thela' ,'
Estimated at ,twelve pounds per :cow "Mines*man or farmer,on earth. Owing to the oonstruotlon of the body ryer SELL ONE SET ONLY O" tea\ 6'
-- daily, the United States the bewildering it if at the time durable, 'f'Pf'\'o'
light hanUm ,0'
the produce very name vary and U the .
It estimated that Western amount of one hundred and .. .<,.,....... or hulintlt c.AfeI'. o_ lfl market. to one person as a 1 'e'" 4" %
railroads have earned $260,000 the past fifty billions of pounds of milk ; A WRITTEN GUARANTEE GIVEN ON EACH VEHICLE. sample for 1'-' p ..'!.Q
.per year ,,
\at. .
n.ChII4'1 Seat tutted asstP attsaGd or 4NW4111 Oml mmrr1 Write to Wots. Ataata W&It4L: ';d'..,..
And as three pounds of milk equivalent \O':" ooIf"\.o
year from the transportation of Mormon -' to one pound of beef in are.food 'ele- TERRE'HAUTE;CARRIAGE AND BUGGY CO., Terre Haute, i 1m.., $ 1.1.50. :v \ .c O ... "'$
missionaries and their prototype \ -
0 0' : "
meats, each inhabitant has in milk one 4 'tCr.
Enough disciples are. brought over and,. half beeves annually. Whereas, << %. % ... .100" ": spp\.. epbdod. "l'id"
from Europe'every year to, keep tho in beef each inhabitant has only four. 00o & ::
fifths of one beef per,capita. That, as a I) 'f.) S..o" >>. ; \ i.t P
Mormon colonies thriving. Regularly RSONSoP > t; tO .trR pb, p \1ptr': c9-.r: p o eY
our people not engaged In 'severe ,rom ., \ : : }:'
r1> ; ; .c.
every two weeks the conyorts from .
manual labor .
: consume too much meat,
";' = 4' fo; .
foreign 'land pass through Kansas' there can be.no doubt. Milk, then, will o -8 .r: I" 4- --t.
: !; ; "t
an article of healthfulnourielpment t'
City in bauds of from seventy-five to'
a lack of which predisposes j M ?J; :;; ;; J1" W ,1- "'?'
100. Theyaro'ln'chargo always of an to the harmful use of spirits, in the form e ""I. 5" "
ldor, who, is sent by the Mormons of of beer,wine,rum.or whisky.-[American a 1 1 "-

Utah to work lit Europe. .A ioulturist. ,_ firIt Po. '.

.._. A aaxAr gold and *ss Just been made neat St ohe < LOVELL d
Already predictions are being made LMano, Tau: on the property of Wll r,, 3J 3 'f o.g DIAMOND 'tCL'E.Sa. .

that the dreadful famine which II now Inc Cbnver for the and=*who motel have for several been promsct-months. is : .,I,. Solid Tires, STRICTLY fio: 3 D.ldlas' Cushion Tim,
afflicting Russia will be repeated in The pranot /Is believed to be the THIS the maculae that go !:
1892, as there teems to'be an indlspo same hawing vein been which worksd Spanish about History two centuries records ago as used' In the Office+ 3j if ; No. 2, Cnshion Tlre\96.oo'' lo.4, Ca rcrtlbio SoUd This,

lllon to retain wheat or corn for aced, fr Indiana.Spaniards,who were driven away by the Courtroom, and for reporting 1 14m >. O' Ho. 3 ladles"Sold fas.oo .
the present pressing "
being -- -- lectures and sermoqs. ,9U.OO Ko.4G, Cushion Tires
eo groat'as to entirely drive ,out the NEW YORK 3 a OUR 905.00'Cushion
Idea of! providing for the future. THE While Its.speed"fs 'greater than any ..J**. : TiresWarranted

Should this horrible,conjecture prove other known method, it' Is,so simple .aa No. bettermachine

correct there is no telling what the re WEEKLY ,WORLD. that any intelligent person can gain.a Mo jj }made at
speed of too or snore words mia-
nit might be. The .cOndition per a price.Interchangc .
are any
ute, in five six weeks: .
or without the
awful now, but two year of famine ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. t :o ; {
&1d.,or an instructor, .Circulars andtestimonials '
la succession would convert the. peapie : :Contains the best features of sent to,all''who mention .! ,f '"-0. 2sH able, ,iwo.Aia Blcjcle Citao_!! QB Fras.
into .
8pnds.Cbtldreu's_. any Weekly printed. M, QUAD,' this paper. !

eyes are- often- ruined I late of, the Detroit.Free Press, EL;; PIERCE, fAYETTE, MK), ,0 t.C'IJ $85. O i ;::;:.,., ." $85.00AJEtMS

Writes a page of matter every JOHN P. ,LOVELL : CO.
and their arlistio taste corrupted forever H'e ,
week. Sole Agent for'U. and Canada.
g. .
asserts the New York Commercial Sena' For 'tJ 9Jk. "
Samply -
-Advertiser by the wretched daubs Copy. S! o'CB daddteauIsItaup far w 104|1'1.g,mutrstal! ril !.' i of emu&*;Indnn,Ipcrliag( bob stall llndi,"ale:

considered: good enough for their; The Weekly World, S \ I .

schoobooks.. Miss Sophie Beale has >

been engaged by tho Melbourne NEW YORK CITY.. o :33K: 30S r .

schools to' do some charming illuitratlons 20'OT.. 13 moOBPHEA. ANN &C > 3: 3w .II ":
in black and white for the chll- .
I to
dreu's books. She Is also to illustrate MUSICAL BOX sc 'a i ; .
their readers, by sketches, of ancient : o "WANT A ACTON ? '
towns and will known buildings a II i the Latest Invention la Swiss Musical ( TENTS o O '

'good knowledge of which will prove Boxes. o 'I. We stave wagons, buggies, surreys. High praoei as'fight. I

a sufficient education In Itself. They are the sweetest, roost complete. \A pamphlet Informltloa ud.b-// I'IJp strong. durable, stylish, u beautifully finished as modernized '
durable and perfect Musical Boxes made. \unxAut the.>w.ib mii((lPatMkX toUetefa manufacture can produce. Built .on honor by men of life .
A commission of the and so; number of tunes can be obtained aeprrebte.tJr Cave.t..TndeM.rtu ,, experience. Honesty U our policy '
Veterinary department ; prom shipment
from them. Also a complete line of all AN..n HUN* A CO.
of tho University of Pcnnylvsula other styles and sizes 'from 83 ceo is to Bat Nr.adw.y. i specialty. We want to know you.. Write, us. Costs you : .
.. which has experimenting 18.00 dollar*. The largest stock iu xs.r : ge uatw9ztrnaion. StandeedTT1 t nothing.' May lead: to business by and by. Send for ours
wltff Koch's America. The noit approniiate wedding : catalogue It is free to every reader of this paper. BingV ",
lymph reports that it 1* ,
anoirerssry and holiday '_nt, hamton Wagon Co., Binghamton, N.y.
useless as a curative but ,
of value for musical-Box: can .1.e Guaranteed 'to .
diagnosing: tho disease The commission wear well without GauUcbl's gnfely Tune r "BUILT FOR BUSINESS." I

reports that as H has been proved Change and Chcrk. IMenttd ia'gwltz- STANDARD FORICEN1UftYtr .
erland and the U. S. Ocm r l agents for ..
that consumption emanates from much Concert Orguna aid Sjmiihonv JIusio .:" 1.
cattle, the government should order Boxes. Bend KtaujM for price I It-t '", I
careful inspection of the milt and Old Music Bojeu (&cart-fu'l.r Rlllalret1 ,. !
flesh of cattle offered. as food. The improved. c :a"I
GACTSCHI .t Boss. ," x 1-' .
lymph may bo used to determine the'I 1030 Ch'-otnut St. Vbi'aQelpii ,
pretence of tuberculosis in cattle and $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN $65(:

those found suffering from tho dl*. FLORIDA FACTS +ADE MApjt Is It possible a lref-clas BURY with Silver-plated Dash Rail Seat
|1 ease should be killed a Rail. Handles Hub Bands and Shaft Tips for above price?

Sit way bo concluded." say Sir ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAYAt TWINBROTHERSm t w z a a E
Morrell Mackeuito in the New York { y J a J > 1&1

Herald, "that no severe oou&so of St. Francis, Lake Co. ,, F2a.Subsctipiioa : HOPYEAST U r :

athletic training should ever be under. : ; tc f gi 0 o -

gone before the age of 18 at least and, Tricp, per year, '::i tVot THEcCT -," k k X < O x za
wo prolonged effort requiring euduranco Ia Clubs of, !'oIt, 6Q 't o a >

as well as muscular strenxlli < F 9 0l'S aI
such as rowing in tho uulver ity boat JOHN, E. HAHRIS.E. 1Xu1-l&IWL QUICK' t S ?
race or the long marches and other >>. 0'LIN EDITUB, a G F p O !

fatigues of a campaign, should ba undertaken Advertising Hales on Appllca. ... s x l :>J 1 a o0 (>) aa
tlon.SA31PUS .
t Z
before SO. ii RISER 3mi.0
Even at that ;:o 0

rapid training fur an alhletio content COPIKSFran ; FREE. rorLICHT, WrIte for our New 8O page Catalogue of an kinds of Vehicles.
of any severity should not be under. (.. Book Stead "%...< a+...... oUIM Stud. AAam AddressSOUTHERN
BREAD IIt.-I. Bifrtsf mi't. P.Mr.r ate W,abet "
gonG without[ warranty of soundness -- 1"ariur.; Utanur. omci: twawr.b.aaJ.J ... CO.I' !
&JIft.L. ,. U&nl .. .
B. .>I" ji u. hn w i
having Cm bc MATCR109 YASrcC !OtfllOIT lIcH ,. ., .... CINCINNATI U.S.A.
medical man." : : Ct BIS. BUT 27-K( m aur.'yruYls \ .:''''''', "" ,x..... OHIO



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: nths of the laws on tbe statute book ;'a.1 iet \ UHev :
ALLIA CE -TALKS $lic'c'1t4 \ 6 It'6a'tlle1
; Are told. Are rivers and harbors men" S begrudge Caaavetal other THE'WIDE WORLD. THROUGH 4
., "r ny DIX
..,> >1 tout4jn; the constitution! ,Ate subsidies : tbe improvement'which it seeks
to railroads and ..teI\\.insbip8 found Does ; '
itpl3 btcfttise Ibis would
JEWS. OF TEE ORDER AND It say .anything abont\ jthe..Nicara uCa'naii Of ,Newsy bnstnesi to It.improvement Ihe, Zi'Met-Pnfon TELEGRAPHIC AND t BWS' P nut SOUTH'' BRIEFLY' 4j ,
: { ERS ;; ) Pe solli.to( citiii; ,ns national e GENERA S ':
I )''S EI i % S that 'harbor improvement and CULLINGS S PARAGRAPHEDForming ; ; ,
citl4ns b"kf tirbs.ae -
/ development, no matter at< what .
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So.!. U. J 1 t". gedlogicslirufvsyioetftfditigns ,
Watier.Irvigadon, \ '
Deep water of thrtngh. what*section, to

[Reform Press Comment and Items ol to the north' pole Wherethtliieecrr prosperity for benefit. 6f the state at large, and that Of Brief,Items. of.Int. rest'For an Epiome.'of Da ,
Interest instrument IS found men. be' "
te. illUncemen. Everywhere.At seen hopes blgh"to' generally HappenlnffS.Here 'i
1t nn ?The fire Nit the woTretint5on; r Various, .
: '; the good work 'and tnc Utft Zed. Jackson Souces.I '
ut aitvtr, I ,
L warenousing wnissijr: loaningmoney '" '
recent meetintr; of tbe Elionoi torailroadsaodiain... The fact!fa A411tMIt. ::5 1,does buttilug.' for .dop tn water of the Federation of Labor The Tennessee state board of pension ,
|State.Alliance, the Illinois Alliance pub- bearly alt,.legislation is at Tbe t PIe' 00,1\Vlab' to' stand the hud aft interview with President HarrisonTuesday. examiners adjourned Thursday, after, '
,; Uu .
illshed at wasq consolidated time ue'iresllht of,Any bther'lOIlit'. seekIng a two
based 300
Springfield, uon what Is not transferred to allowing three pensions at f a
1 with the Monitor. of St. Louis. constitution, :but its implied pewen. ,settle the ; she dues iiot desire to draw 9120, and f 100 per ann m S
"'S ... Beret* lie* the trouble. -., ed and let the '(many* other city lection any advsn Te Grand Ducal theatre at Olden The total elgh.lx date amount t .
f banded beeawe demands .... fo hike her ch"cce in tbe general
tbs "Alliance
BB A unite $itself. Wenedl1. of f
The Memphis
exchanges 'Tenz
for biidnew. Florida bus 'a
[are wrong." Sixtecri hundred HATM KOT Prom the I'rogn""ln IVnMr. The othetMe George Yburigclaua, 1714 Fifty-first held a meeting Wednesday and passed ,
disbanded-because they are right. One of the greatest drawbacks, to the gi r stretch of oat line any street, was arrested Wednesday '
blast in its Cbteago resolution the court to
S S ,in the Union -and the has re- requesting county
1 Is for horseflesh beef.
a lack of Not a as
courage. eo like .elng toward fund for '
$20,000 a
There i ia.-a few :called members of much of,physics courage aa moral cour .he of the t'ed less consideration proportion-. The cnruptrolleiotcurrency has author the appropriate representation of the state*
other proper
than of the at at.
\ o'
[the Alliance North Carolina,' says, thfci age. Have courage to do right. Be" a ville fejoices in Canaveral any For. Iud the Manufacturers' National Tennessee at the world's Mr.
i Progressive Farmer, 'Who bitterly oppose man. If.you are not .satisfied that thn somest or Tampa or of Harrimon, Tenn, ,to begin business
: Florida and .
S the Alliance rlatr r \. But for every one Alliance is a good thing, that the Ocala length sod asks for harbor improvements, at with a capital of $ OODO. The SUlnna hate'Weat
of the
the people railway
[of these is hundred who is government
are aa platform right withdraw from the organization -
[ true as steel. at If sallsfie The Jacksonville will be the last to stand in The archbIshop} of Afx,'France, through sleeper from Cincinnati'' t '
once. are
you sad condition of of those What with writing an insulting letter to vla/Thomasvllle, and : "
... that it is right, defend it, stand by you :way any ports. Tamp)*. noW -
Business is a. leaders and rotten into. the state or any portion of it, minister of public worship, has been pet on known 'as the '
The Be
Agent new atnan '
555 Jll'perjust your papers. that the and what benefits found guilty and fined 8,000 francs. Yille 'and Nashville -which carry1
!! Jacksonville{
I started by the North Carolina State : be woman. Work for its success! Umte '
Alliance Business Agency. It Will be talk for it, encourage,the weak, sxenri by shipping benefits ,the whole state, An Indianapolis ssysi On the sleeper. The to,'Florid ,
devoted to the publication of matter di- recruits. A dead Allianeeman and a dead thus ruining; 'needs better railroad fsclitles a Tuesday, Lieutenant 'Governor Ira J. Ga., over the Monti
i is human' railroad deyelo ment.. Every Chase took the oath as successor to the cello S. '
i rectly coteeming the agency. and will member of the church are to be despised br.oo S
adhere Ocala If the desire\tO > section which Is opened up to business Inte Governor llovey chief executive 'The First bank of
[ to,the, platform ia all its :von :will cot stand by your religionand a W'lmtng
r is new, railroads in origi Of Indian S
; editorial utterances. your honest convictions all a citizen, orange crop a general way ** ton..N.o suspended Th
ing the' fruit business for1' all the older lines 'Two of swindlers on the
you are a blot on civilisation' dupes "green Roods" was posted
The' Farmers Light (Harlem;; Ga.) Be sr 'man* Don't let the politician Will the people of the Older lines should .oppose were 'intercepted in Newark, N. J., "In consequence of the stringency" J' '5',
1 flays: The subsidized press and moss- with two hundred pounds of stomach die tho orange or do they-any project<< looking to the Wednesday night They, gene their financial affairs and the Inability to meet, r

Lack po-itioians/ want to. know why the sod two ounces of brains warp and bias A material, )torC!.. We are all names.as James R. Smith,. of I'olk county further demands, the director of,thisbank '

Alliance does not talk, m farming: 'and your mind. Don't.let the editor'who is says that the .for Florida-not fighting against ,' FloridA and William 1 Collins, of have decided in the interest of a S

S less politics. The reason' livery anpa.rent the paid toot of monopoly and pluctocracy been broken by : otW.A- } r: Flo.A concerned to suspend business until fur

What is the use of talking farming frighten :you when he declares ficiontly : : S ;Uvtlr: n.Ur.@b..tal., dispatch of Thursday 'from Rio then notice." The capital stock }'a |9 ,
when )It costs ten cents' to.'raise 'cotton, that you are on the wrong track. It you ought wet ihu j 'The,Atlanta Constitution's Florida CO Janeiro says that several states have deposed 000. The last published'statement show t !

and "the power of money to oppress" agree with the people and speak through ed to have a snys Some time ago was re their governments since the abdlcatlod a deposit of 1.03.00 An employe of i '?

takes 1 it front theM at Seven cental .tbeir ttumpet, you. are .simply one ".of: are cow busily I tho. fight,in Citrus county over the 'of Marshal Da Fona At Bahia, the bank who with ,ita affaire ,i4
..., them. If your reform ideas do not ,correspond advantage of I.. of the county site, 'and the tbe deposition of the governor ca occasioned his just expressed ,his opinion that. be

The Alljanc>> 'Gazette XHutchinion, with theirs In :.every particular, yield of cotton action of the victorious little vil a lghconflct.. Mmhal Da Fonseca depositors would suffer nobeL S

Kan.) believes it firmly, as witnewi "We that ought to be emphatic evidence thai larger than i 01 Inverness which upon securing it island,. in the bay of The census-bulletin, of North Carolina S
uncompromisingly: adhere.to the opinion you are right. When a. bad man opposes fine weather loaded all of tho county re lila Janeiro by counties and minor /Idyll division

that a man or a woman who works twelve you, smile and bay, "now" know I am been.shipped and official furniture upon carts The body,ol William.J. ; the show the population 10 1800 was 1,317-
hours for six in tha week is I'll .' than ever' h.uled them off 10 ,the new county FornO '
a day days right l stick. The professional politician actor was temporarily laid Ionda11n 947, an Increase during the decade of H -
entitled t<) a good Uing-not a bare sustenance I or the partisan editor: may not be The St. -aix hours after the' announcement the at Greenwood 818,107, cr 15.60 pef cent. Of ninety' S

but.'a good living." Not only bad. De may have some good stuff abonl good question : f the result of the 'election finding the in New v.uI, 'Tho body eemeter six eountle twelve show a decrease., ; L

the necessaries of life, but its luxuries as him ,but biB teaching has been bad j he county: officers at work in their new of- there until the arrival from Europe of the T.nty. hre cities and towns show a '

well. When such is n6t the case some baa been in bad company he has taught voter, in the / Since then Inverness has been on widow of tbe actor,wben will be conveyed population 0,000 'or more. The '
,thing is ,wrooff, and the people should false doctrines so long that be can see' commissIoners boom{ phosphate in,large quantities to its final i in the in urban population -
know_nojreit till.th wrong: is. righted. nothing wrong in It. A man can believe length in ,their been discovered in its neighborhood, family resting place., Jlumericalncreu percentage
plat. I w.1
'a bad thing is right so long- that he becomes decided by a ,, lots have been sold I rfl rapidly; and of found 'larll" .. Con ,

S The following reottIonu were adopted .thoroughly ,convinced that it is. registered yoter I have gone up with correspond Kansas City by Mo., was startled Thursday Ilcrea, ,Winson Durham, 'i ,

''by the State Allianef tWesMagtoovat right +Hence the wotld is worse off for' law, is a rapidity, and from a, little settle evening the announcement Of the Keldsville, and Balem .
its recent organization.! Thua another: such men hsvlng lived In it* Don't properly i ',in the, woods' it has bold kidnapping of the two-year-old son all ahow more than 100 per cent ioC. 1 .

State has fallen into fine( ,'"under the measure the situation by what any man and marked as I I ,of sufficient importance of David- T. Heals, president the In only on. town is a decrease aoc a'. '
'national banner of the order may say Think it out for yourself. lf while these' ; induce several railroads to fight for ,Union National bank, and a,millionairewell that liters. slight sO'Wn

Resolved, That the State Farmers' Alliance your').financial condition: is air, trial it paid thus / right o'entrance. The South Flori I known, throughout the west. The

and Industrial Union of Washig-, | ought( to beg if j you: are) getting good paid tbeirpoll railroad and tha Silver,Springs,Ocala I abduction is bUend to have. been dote ,TBADE REVIEW

ton do most heartily indorse"the 'OoaTa'demands prior* for yours... labor: asi',farmer.,'don't ered aa Gulf railroad han; been tasking ,by. a servant. I, .
in fulL),_ complain. But If you are not, then kick '" lively, around there lately, the A:cablegram of Monday from Calcutta, Reported by' Pna e tolflMf

ResdlvfdTha: | weadopt ihe ritual and howl until. yon get what you ought Results''f 4 .. building ..north'and. the latter India, says Dloouglng' 'rpor ,' : r.it "e. ,,5
andl secrsfworkidopted: .!byfli Nstfon4FarmctslAlliaioe Iq have 1 followed ia south and both trying ,to are received presidency : S' failures occurring throughout 5 ,
Industrial f .;, .... .-there *Tha roads were obliged. 'I he cotton of Bel- S nllp0' ,
and.1; UnW drought,,which l first. u crop country for the week ended November _
.f America GBOwtXG 15 FATOm. cross, each ,OUler'. line in, oracr,to Kuroel and Cuddapsh, in thai &,
known in west 10th as reported to 1C 0. Dan _
ES- J ''t.-rVfl- S '" .5 The election of United States Senators smaller streams .the coveted goal and the- owner, presidency, has proved an ,almost total Co., nnmber for the United _
Thi C.utulmialol lll-NHX):.iJd I b1 a'direct'rote, of the people,! as de-i ponds dried up of tbe land, where, they ,were to failure, while in .evral ,other dlatrlc and/or Can .da thirty-three et.SOt,

."When tbe farmers and other wealthj- mended in the Ocala platform,' II growng -* letea"f became, an important. factorin d.idtasr .- the grain crops are withering. 883, compared. with (01 last week and. _
producers began to complain* bf-the low *'In favcr dsfty, the latest convert to! some sections the matter.i Tbe owner, it was dispatch of Thursday from Cheyenne,' 260 the week previous.'- For the cornsponding -

add fapl W'llrlOCB. of/the frfpflfapW Oflheirlaboronf that Ibm being f distances. : ,. lived!! In"Texas; and'thither! : Wjo.vsays! Frank*Melbourne rainmaker week last year the figures were. '

) tOJiXpect\)hat jl ftl'j 'tIhe'tQ acontracfed'currency JUoM'.n) ; TheT'. J'I'G9ftcnor'ILuftii1)'; 1} :tor come'the sc } the manaaer'of"the Silt, ,' 'denies any, connection ,with the 274, p '
Orala and Gulf! A
( tbe fnobey'pbwetthroh "Bz-tI eraor railroad, Goodland/ Han. Rain which '
: uncontrolled, i Company, Muchhas happened' of 1st* to dpres' _
jta4au4d}. ,pperijwgsi and come out.a jn s41rlcJ4opt2t| !, nomination country.- : I | : rannJ."on1y' to ,find'on reaching he all is uowarreotedly using h)' name. business ''and shako and )e' _
lisa since been repeating the statement by the republican slate convention!! were threatened that ,a letter' from' the South After demonstrating that he has1 a' practIcal confidence is Coldnce. volume I -
tbat the law of supply and demand alone of 'the republican candidate for the work. Of ,' was: :.ahead lOt' him.. The invention, Melbourne tay4 he 'willendeavOr of business is noth&1'I. to the greatest

controlled prices. 'The:time "" :w heft UpiUd Plates sepatbnhipiobil to become' blade ot grass ,man (generally" .haa. the to Sell it t the goy rnment., ;ever'attalncd.? The bank"/allure __ __ ____
the farmer would'sWJllow thia.&bnt neW viHnt'Tbisa'etrbbisiiolW1lilte: \ ,in the! eit 'chance'!,' 'and10, ')Ir.' Mann ,at.n. _
floe ( "
jn.!its path, I A blinding- scow storm, lasting 'six toni caused!'scarcely a ripple of
be is thinking for himself and knows that line of the precedent established by Oen. that whole Um'Jlrst: paper granting! the hourt. followed by ndnnllog rain, 'p,otailed ment. failure of bank
>of the .Iurolabed .p"culat1
stripi' Te
the law supply"ah6rde"mand: regulates"viicps erarpalffier la his'can vats for the'Illinois too county are wayover :at Be. Paul tlaa., 'at been ,used
,when the volume of but it baa similar Uh"wliIchhS hurriedback' to Florida hundlf. _
only money senatonhip a jnotive if ishing ,; other the ,
in circulation is controlled by the same and thai,Is to bring the infiuence of the before grass will placid th* mon file,< ,Tba next ,mail, state Special, dl.patcbcatrom, eo4the Dakotas'Idi.parts.: .' ,t dtpru.toel: of priatweck share i*, 1 _______
law," t f s 4j sjf 4 4 eoplf to bear tnOredjrectjy: than Is IIOW' be of vslue for a'similar ;favor % cate storm This
'J .. f ( the choice 'l"r: ..'aod then the race began" laesrn- the very severloce. higher thast'a ago. _
.heeiseln ( for
I I .
) prehensions are Theft about foot of begins l to realize$ that
J snow with-only 'sup
the latter road upon _
'brdeffn colorado n' dofDg l"lnalIyon. day ,
The weU: the highest legislative"! position In
the dOll overtake :
especially:,when the somewhat scatteredconditI.aof land, Gov. Luce's,suggestion like a en.'alme's ., that hate ..been the debatable a lot of rails lind.and 1 dumped them wheeling on the railroad; is ,Very heavy. from starvation, besides meats, ,cot.. J
Itbe) people Is' considered. IIftloDaI 1 is an F evidence, 'of the intending to place
: over the burned ;ton snd oil. which other countries must .
: of New
Farming is not 'conducted in t bis"stateas growl g tendency toissimit&teaur po- in notation' that night< although Exports ohpoe th.prt '
Free York' have, the Unlti'd States it in ,a stronger
rood whs not graded to that Ndv. Slit _
in many ethers, which makes organization itlcal: methods to those pf a simpler up
The than other and
"Ancient position nation
: this the amounted to ,$749,070, of which $120- any *
much more difficult. 'In spite of, Democracy then that which' the frsmers Learning construction ; Dee _
offered free lot quake _ _
S 800 was gold and $Q10,70 silver. All every European
this the Alliance as steadily increasedin of this governMent contemolated. for of the Silver Springs, Ocala and i '
members! and) in favor. Its he mode as wt II as the history of its aln:conditions' r..ir: ,,"d, having the rails where they the gold ami $1,337 of The silver went to Prices are settling downward, with enormous _ _
grown hese ,
but the f that such
constructidn are only moved Ms aor ad its South America and 'OI4,42of.tM rrUCUOD. ct
state officers have been efficient and have shows clearly enough thai I camp belong .nTel
received excellent support from the reform the object in 1'1ew11 not only to estabisb I the city would I into the apot, and vouaced: upon went' 'to Europe. Imports of specie producton cootloue shows, that, loW ,

papers, of which there are a number a government by the peop'e! but also are the of for the night not forgetting to station during which the week amounted to$1,128,034, S AtFittsburglbelroflmsrketliweaker.not ruinous.

in the state. 'There is hardly a state ia to guard against It. misuse by them. By laying The to prevent a surprise by the of t040,808wa.gold and $170,730 The all '_ _
the Union 'that could receive any'more the Constitution .of the 'United ,8Ute ione. my. J be picket proved a |'D sUrer glassworkl are in'opera'Ion- ,
fotsome coal miners have resumed. At
benefit from the final triumph of Alliance the felectiod of United States Senators to'las unnecessary precaution, for A Now York dispatch sayst Representatives and Charleston 'trade i fnanoah I i.
than Colorado. was not left to the people at large, but impress 1 .., midnight the; forces of pf tbe coal roads mot shortly '
principles the i importance south Florida 'the >ressrd, apparently by the very low pric'of -, _
the scene after
was made a privilege of several State appeared on noon Tuesday and derided to restrict
The Cotton' Plant (Orangeburg, 8. C.) egislatures. The iodicsdons' are that natters however, with nothing more dan the production of eoat for December .' cotton and money is rather tight. At _______
h bus not ack'onvllle business butt
: "Why should not the farmer take the intention of the makers of the con t8C ua than railroad tools. They did not to 8,25U,000 tons. claim i'T'r blat t _
says In this direction
Ulchraood the
'a hand in politics Stop and think about stitntion wu to separate the.creation ,to find the grounds occupied and for increased perccntago was made' ,oy dry _ _
has of
this and then ask who it is that >would of the conservative body, which was to clal rnment the surprise was only equaled by their the Rending company, but f it I. generally marketing resctive. The tobacco stubborn Manufacturers iron ,. _ _
sgeptto ,
have a reconsideration and veto to oust the Intruders., But believed that some has mOt
In nine
him out politics cues bol
keep of'the' or.Utter boxes: head of' the Silver Ocala and kt ever known gives a surprise\ many,, -_ _
out of ten it is the class of people ..who. over the' JegUlatipn chamber dlirectly into districts. Springs, made by which the Reading,wi be given" in spite of ,lb. tdnction
hitherto have been most active in politics chosen by;sod repreentatIv&ifthe tueot and its men held his ground and announc an increased aIotmeQt the unprecedented of ( pro
will from the dJ control: that p asrsslon was nine-tenths" of the prospect some Memql.\\
aad who enjoyed a monopoly of the popular A New dispatch ssjwt The sd-:
have of does
lavs tine uot
of the people& But thC trend 'our and that be was the other tenth( so .tk' dbtqb strong _
business so long that they begin to :look ,jpf poiticai inents of the ,tsnrJ board, consisting of Grover Cleveland makers, that well
South Florida _
in later has men, having marched b
upon it aa their special property. Ba development years of the mails and the bill chairman( Thomas F. Bavard," for the country to lay 'In and _
forotd like the famous
be..in direction and the was
gentlemen, and if can'r be a contrary Edward }. Phelps, George C.. Wllllsms
easy, you easy city authorities larger than heretofore, tbahudr _
which the fathers in of France and bbs 10,000 .tock
will a men, to 1
the' farmer*Is in popular and Geeige 8. Coe, towbotnwuref.rrsdIb.
be u easy as you: can- ,. them den not
politics tad he is in it to sta,. All the measure distrusted, shows a tendency to ,, .."..' .... dow again X few days later, e report of tbe Olct committee, after tuetul&loa. may. b _ __
In all the chief arbiter. It 'a ringing oi ,bells and blowing 'of 8 readily, _
become cases .
lui't), kpiifciui\ J1L. a"t| pttuumsiag advice Th. future of 'a two days neane dsy, nediced Large .. of rails alibI wet' retorted
give only confirms him in his IIInl'1 possible that a close observer of rambling *,'the'first coos'ruction and opinion recommending the sew I are _
you a
determination tq tay. : current events and pf the political progress .gressive business 'train of the Silver Springs, p' eptaace of the agreement framed by,the the markets, 170,000 for f.ona In 'two'we.t. bat _______

C.. of our time would not be at all able to look' Gulf rallrood made a triumphant I Olcott committee and representative' 'of a,. materially othe,' f.lhe rucl __
The Alliance in North, Carolina is, a.every urpristd if United States Seoatorcame on the Question C Virginia for the settlement "' ,
and by to be elected by the of 'ato.a"'pe' S J S A JBKTTEa '011 5 _
kaows who reads Alliance literature by people lepends whether : state I IA
one I
41tt The al about market hac
doing splendidly. No comment a State at .large and if even tie President Ion of a river S AN ACTOR DIES. cablegram The centenary 'I|I ," the mnney ) _

will do 'full justice to the operations and ) ,( i the United States should be .mi-ortaoce.: or of tb, birth,of .aY8 n Wiltshire passed nodisturbsecolssppr.h.ioded Industries are on the whole __

methodlof ih, Order in that"tit ale. .Tbe chosen, as the. late Senator Morton, i>f 'an itaporti" ; ] ,Florence S Soeeombs te u .Attack Summtr.am1 who fought In ibo American tlJa1"r. y.d snd it 1< espe, *tally'noteworthy ,. ,j _
know what "the fi bt Indiana, always heM he ought to be, by of tbrf ef .
brethren not only Pa.Joa war of wall celebrated at this:week that th.r* i. a f'J
is about," but are able and anxious to the direct" vote of the people of ,the nation. state Tie WJ1.m J. T\\ relCt the actor, S died Drlghtliqg 8< a 18t ,' by a banquet tuDi In tbebran b.e of trade'. "ie, ha. '1

make it. Since its first organization, the f,ct ). so keen 1h in Philadelphia: The veteran the tuliopal utbt.o in' been most .. _
Order in North Carolina has prospered. ,wHJJ.a.akti l eH o/ctock,? blrlo"liDI' Death fl, c sljle, and.na> lieartjr sixvch he said "" I

. It baa never met with a repulse, and baaS STRIKING MINERS. : oppofltion | : I us a atlUnal tbo'lf' lie hoped to'c4rryhisawtl' Jikefttnsn to{ Receipts. ot wheats! western- centers,,
continually increnaea 10 number and importance. ncounter among aD. sick man the last day of Lit Jift After ibm banquet continue at the "f mIre than? a million -
I From the beginning it has '- In the Indiana undrrstsnd its ; tbat upn, condition h;d .or con. : forty oc'ojrtnarlens' and seventy.rayen bushel ttt, arid exports' eve slsa;' _
been exceedingly: .fortunate; .ia the selection Here Troable Expected 'allowed some m l as Improving during the afternoon septuagenarians, bended by Hum* but tli* baa 9| cents '

of its officers, who have nobly stood Coal Fields. I lakl toJT action on I early evening. Only) >Ir. Flor,sce'. mersuoi, m.lch frocession through tarif
tot the prosperity1: th i Ord -. The Asa result of a miacM netting held ''I granted l>y tie )(rai.Barney,Wlar of th. W.u. ,. ,Cotton. receipts continue |10 sieeed Issiyear's .- '
1 State crgan. The Proaressive Farmer, at Washington, DavU county, Indiana, county This : bb jIlter, Jf' A DENIAL the reported .
(President Poln's psper), has done gal- Friday nlgt>tt 500 more miners tIi-u ,k8itnraay >U. tans service in the cause of reform. There moT1l lg. This brines tnenunv liars aid by ) oB were hub, wbea be paused for fa but
'It Of Seme the Eejwrts ,of. tie la- exports th..crop yeartbus, .are
are many county paprr..Iao throughout her of miners now on strike la Indiana up very pos-ib', 1 bad a.pa'.tlygeulog slightly (less th.D a year a ,\ the stock ,
tbe State that are able exponents of .Alliance to about four th usiad. There is great thaUb" time ia ,, and his. ptiysiciaos bad no idea da.pll KeeUaff.A st Ibe priocip ports are 1,200,000

principle! and- are aiding ia the "joicinllamoDg the Brazil mnlll7. u the position (o the i & tae ei d was 1,aeIr. uhJe dispatch state* that President gainst lit >..r at tie' blr _

greet work. Taken as a whole the Al- Washington county men bad held out as' the people,4I Florence 11''taken 01 with McDwell of the State A U.le; 1 date. Tiers was a decline to 0 04 cents u.t ,
I _
j l5iaao of the State stands at the front an against all overtures vp to the prterat deep water to Batnrday .y.IC. He was pe I 1allr, of 'ft aa1 but the price ,recYred 05 Liverpool,

. example" of.pluck, consistency and success time. While the ladisaeaUiMiaj are idle fotare AlbanyN.. ., U, 1891. UI. D. TrrU of Texas .rf0! there, but loir to 'S that la worthy of emcUtlon by all the this> st accession the a'riker ranks wards improving irijjlnalss! Ocaiie. bet echo a'D' Iron |>ell<. I. Jor Ibe wek. : ':: __ _
other gtates.-Economist. will nuke the supply of Indiana coal ; f 7..! | adopted ibe Ila..of'FlorfaC Presideot alcDw./.tbd Ibe tblr M .. -
... practically nothing.ANOTHER The Times kall his right a.m. I. the Mur party 11'8.ado,1 lie A DIHONOBED'H

In dOcusslDg the constitutionality of headline. bin the Msenbly pd/bl |he "The third p'T. ', |>sry. -- 'ZUfi.

the sub-treasury plan an opposition paper veral fresh w.Ur York legislature.. wss not mmtooe la the meeting si all Can*** .a Bank to "Lose $3,000 Ia a >':l _
angLes tIIIO us i CAt tuuowiBg cXRaoratoary FOOL GONE. rHospbate conv I kissed .t'II f the western Damage Suit.
Ieal atattlDfl1U S -- was rala d to Dlpatkeria Epldenle. northern ad they fully agree ti 1
first we regard it as unconstItutIonal, The TUtor U a Fastlar Ceafest S... loo iaavpr -- with me .gat cannot Uke M. Augers verdict> {
because the constitution nowhere author cambs te the OrdeaLA waUrr jct, r3C Lftuls, Mo., dispatch of tfon4a> Sloe *ndor leg soy p "". The opinion a Berry against got the a National for $3 000 danvag'S

Jzes such a thiej Now just here it is New York dfapateh: sajs: O. Henry souxbt ia the : Diphtheria Ie ragiag ia BtUsvilU, pea vaaabuous 'that .h All.must the city court Tnlay Mrf ParHankia 4 _
I Berry sued
and irsaoct
JD.1IIC'dthat lo
have aa
to s'aU that some who be- ilroad line "' .pWe.i remain *
proper of the down mea Boo-psrtfae the bask
one refusing to honor
of the Btrattoe t out ia 0ept.saber, check
nouU that this
Mil Thee
point a4 .
we get
fasting contest lit the F"an..tb espn dl el. for fU8, ,.. J.
the P. of
constitution that the scheme cones in gu who outlasted all ,ibeosrTnesdsy dioa Tampa time its rsvza4 fia've been very outr* eaassked."Well .pr Okawttll I Vrfk,
remind such street mUMum,1Ad sod a large aam'wr of deaths have '* iL, .lea be bad de-
to the
cod et with. We be ( taken to BeUeflul boapltal Petrsbnrg sir. replied, "I 8,0... _
5nd vu peal'De which
that a thing doe-n't require to be forbid others ia aa exhausted condition. which are Jt bee sucoe4 lab shires ,,..ufend that AU'.Lr 1- rtl'Uh. bal caused .
constitution in order proport oas that a larne .t bcr ef to him to sufferTOortlfirsiloo _ _
den by the Federal abow d b'ndle a portion
dud Thursdsy. ;The autopsy nshave iiMrawa their children apt 'h. t U D. S 10 beIng comp li d make _
unconstitutional it only requiredtht1tCDO several can such ll as
tti be ; ia the death to be due to caaa caused bye pot-Mad the pubUe sad school4. just .lml as t>sfetoryeiiila"ailon to his creditors _ _
found wanted to la -
be nwaths.
ilua. from ale>>- reaolntloB very PIY. 1 put o lethe ,, Tbe bank _
t braleoagestieare thet between euboeqaratly
'ted & iw .
eoactitatioa.OmmenUrg. would be UcAllistsr, HaU BO* .dmUe
said Bttattoa'sfastUg Y'.1 the
; error tbe
bollaa Ibo wroner oa of the
sad three
cases .
the National D
en this railroad Ut i BtMtUc not .they abt the
Ecoaoah' says: If this- be true iae-- was Waa !I and r. i Stall< liall was not ia &h r. I Jr'bsvlff a v pissed the deposited m.e -:-


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L ; 'PBtTCBiBD, President; W B" BARitErr, Vice-Prwlctent-
not issue, bohdi.: A* soon "s the and prefer ketbonrne"to'anr-polnt they Shiloh.. J.pU:1I I.I.Baowx,Cashier. ;
mm RIVER ADYOCATE. 4wmttr hate. '
seen. ,
+ leeued'and Jo 4. .
Revised Statute are
The lovers of Terpsichore had a rare :
'- force, towns, and Titusville-comes Mr. and Kr ,0.:8.: Porter. of Lake treat on the 47th tout 'at the hospitable INDIAN'RIV STATE BANK
'* jotmnAt ICVO'ttD'I'O ts' town under this head, will authorized Worth;cams upon,Sunday'' :steamer, home of Mr. G. Noll. Everybody .
omurT, or'tat:IXDIAB arm AmLAKI stopping; Melbourne for a few, hours. were cordially Invited .
the neighborhood
WORTS SBOnOllS.GRAHAM ., to borrow money and issue bonds, Mr. Porter I* a live real estate man, and respondeJat ,
to which each one a* heartily Laws of the'State of
and it seems to us that it might be understand U locking for, a locationon o'clock tu. The house wa (Incorporated under the Florida..)

: WAZ.TOX, Trofn. well for our' people to consider the river. Hi son,;who'arrived here filled eight with guests p., and very noon the Authorized capital' $ 00,000c
-, whether it would be advisable for only a abort time ago, deemed past recovery flute-like- note of the festive fiddle caned capital *
I able out and Paid up 1
now to go fishing $25,000
ball-room. Our charming I
to the
Office Washington Avenue,' Tltasvllle, the town'government to borrow 1* fast recovering his accustomed vigor. hostess a* Mrs.'Cora' Nolle-made us all C Average deposits, $t4O:000: f
Indian Hirer, Florida. money for needed improvements Florida climate get there, every time. so welcome we completely banished dull ,
and issue bonds to secure the: loan. t County Surveyor Burcbflei t'arrived care, and Were soon In the giddy 'maze '
...- We take the position that such a here in the height of the blow Monday, enjoying ourselves to the fullest, At 11 Transacts, a General Banking 'j i

rnfUeuD: :EVEnT FBIDAT. course is the proper one. Few pd.tate' In his "little canoe," having made the O'clock delicious refreshment Were served
'citizens build -a house distance from Wlttfeld cut,to MelbourneIn to which all paid a flattering amountof Business
.. ...- \ can on*_hour and,fort?',minutes. attention. Afterwards dancing :Wall
without giving a mortgage; many resumed ,and kept np 'until the stars '
;, :
; cash 'for The bridge Over Crane Creek U being and the targestl.l1d'Oldest Bank on the
JDJten4 at the Titn "ll1e fcwtAffic M Second- merchants, cannot pay' thoroughly repaired under the supervision began to blink sleepily night River ,
Clwi taU Matter;?'t, their stock alone, to say nothing,of of :Mr.'W.'' M.' Campbell. A double wind seemed to High good-nights Special "'- "
rt 'w: thank due Mr. D. ;F. Bukey for theevening'
suitable warehouse it ;
balanced draw will
building \ ; be put In that a child '
*;complete success; but, 'then, JAS.
Is not probable that',the owners of can manage, railing built, ,etc.. W.B.aAmtzvrpit
Check;eta ma y be made parable to "Grahwa Mr. Bnkey noted for bit self-forgetful- of the National otJackrmv lle1 '
.,Walton."* the new ice .factory can pay cash The hotel Melbourne la now open for ness"and untiring effort to make those .Donna (VloePreflldenNational BinkS A
the season, with Mrs. Garr, of Tremont -; .TcksonTlUe W.,8. GRAB AX and'W. v. 'I
for their entire plant and building; who have the honor of acquaintance JWwll. I IconBBSPONDRjrrs.
Addreu aft communIcations to Ohio, in charge., Everything Is In "ap\ and the pleasure of hid genial society .
l is that the organizers j--5r '
'INDIAN lUVfclt'ADVOCATE; quite pIe-pie" Order, and the house Will doubtless feel at their ease and have an enjoyable) u -- -- Seaboard National Bank of New York sue<<
of the new ,steamboat to run to receive a full share of custom, It time, in spite,of themselves.: At half- National Bank of Jacksonville. II ,
a 4 Tmmvnut ) LOamA.. Canaveral will have to incur certain has always been a favorite.' resort" for two the adieus were said, all highly elate TIT11SV1LLE: ;FX A.,
Sot commercial traveller ,
indebtedness before they can ed with the delightful evening; but all
their tine in operation. We do Dr. U. B. Brown was'called to Jack. are of,the opinion that as,history often '
Act the season approaches, the put electric sonville, on Monday. repeats itself, that another such,dance WATSON : :
not believe the light corn '
hotel at : :Mis* May Metcalf I III In town, after an would be the very idea prominent among, J. S. cfe 'CO.
project of building an pany is free of Ian indebtedness. absence of several months. Her friend the large number of ladles present. ,We ,
'Titusville suitable for tourists, and If''' those who have promoted the hope she will remain through the winter noticed Miss Annie Svke, of Charleston,
t especially for tboee, who desire to several. enterprises referred'to had Our S. C.;, and the charming sisters of Mr.. G. COMMISSION .AJNT; )
school li
public progressing finely
: ladies
: Kuhl sled the Misses.Griffis. The
excellent ;
avail themselves of the, waited until they, could have done under'tbe able management of Miss were'beautifully ttttlred In appro-

hunting and fishing grounds of business entirely cashbasia, ', Quetman. The pupils seem to ;,be very priate dancing costumes; and such sweet FORWARDING MERCHANTS a i
'this vicinity, is being agitated. Mr. they might have waited ft, quarter muoh Interested in their studies., smiles and' bright eyes ,Were enough to .
Eenj.'Young, whom we account one of a before going to work.If Work'hu begun on the new church at turn every dude's head for miles around. :
of outmost public spirited citizens, associationof } Melbourne beach. Lumber'' Id ordered Ahl! there, you big folks at Fort Tierce, DEALERS IN FERTILIZERS '
an individual or an also for'an addition ,to Mr, Whiting's bestir yourselves and have a "big",time, !
proposes to'organize a. stock oom persons cannot undertake deshv residence,and for a house for,,Miss Lee, and let us hear from 'you.' dive your Orange box &, crate material, wraps
for this lie will arrived two beer and orange :
puny purpose. able enterprises and improvements who week ago. correspondent a glass of com- .
put in the'hotel site at the point, without going into debt, and if in We bear that MrRnckman ha pur pliment Us base-ball moustache, and AJJ: kinds of <3-nr and he ,
collar, wjjl pufl
standing you up
and take a large part"of the'stock their Judgment they decide to do chased the interests of the different parties ,

himself. We believe that the nec. so, can we not reason by, ,analogythat U'y Co.composing, and a*the Mr.Melbourne Ruckmap&''has Atlantic been will sole, look the like popular a toad,'ADVOCATE ashore.' that you Lime, cement, piaster 'and. plaster hair. '

essity for a popular, hotel here (snow "it Is quite proper for a towns I here and know ,the improvement required DICTUM Djt DICTO., "
eo generally recognized, that which is a municipal :corporation,. and needed we expect to see a We, are headquarters for these Good, and will not be undersold.; ..

the balance of the stock ,will betaken to go'in debt, if.neccssary, to,carryout move made there shortly' :10T.Ai. T3A .EiIV'S I

: by our citizens. 'Titusville needed improvements Our Mr. Jolin Stelfox was a passenger onSunday's NEWSPAPER Wears State'Agent* for"'THOMPSON,A WARDS;'JfERTU.ING.'co., of -1

:will always be handicapped In her citizens'in,their private capacity Important boat business., bound for Titusville, -, on" SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Chicago, and,I can sell at Jacksonville prices., ,;

efforts to induce build men of means,the to have done nobly-why should, the i 'We bear,rumors that a' strong, combination ,The ,Pioneer, Agency, \ It will pay you to. ceO us'before, placing your, order' ,elsewhere.. d' ...:;. ,
here and place
forest up. town not second their efforts to U about to be formed here lathe
until her hotels are sufficiently attractive beautify the place? 'If' we wait I real estate business and that the For:term and sample,copies address- ,

to keep them here long until, that parties propose to make thing hum C. H. NAUMAtf, ;
:we can pay, as goi 'Flal:
TTTUSVTLLK:, Brevard county; T. MURPHY
enough to recognize her advantages. happy moment, may never.come, :Pineapplere .still on' sale' at our ,
and other more progressive towns stores and have lost' none' of their, delicious ,' .' ,
.TtaK chloride of gold Treatment will advance ahead of \\1s.' We' are Mr thasMagnder'; I.I engaged Jno/McAllister,

which has >received rso'much pub- well'aware that the' town,, government Mrs.' Valentlne'a' grove with supplying hIs Jacksonville Machine

,Jtcltyfrom! the, ,press recently, is has ,done all, ,in its limited Cement piping for Irregatln purposes. Contractor:for ,
,about to go out of fashion and too power to:.improve, the place,, but The' :municipal election passed of
eoipy a position" similar to the under the Revised Statutes ,its quietly. The following ticket wa elected Artesian Wells

Elixir of life of Dr.'Btown-Sefluard power will be greatly enlarged and Frank; Mayor Fee, Lewi, LacenP D.\ Lockwood. Ely; Aldermen;' Assessor ,- IfI, 1 JV i, And Iron Works

'and,the thousand and one other Titusville has reached a stage John B. Beach! Marshal and collector Eau,(Gallic, Flo.T. '
cares which have had brief popularity where'action Is neceeeai '. If 'we ,, M. 8.; Ellis; Clerk and. treasurer,

during the 'past decade can bond the'town 'for 110,000 to Chas. J. F. Campbell.,, PUMPS ENGINES AND MACHINERY OF'ALL'. KINDS

Several patients who have' been thebusinesi"portion mate I I ; ., \7Cr. Rogers
pave : A Tb law of health art taught IB the schools; Made '
discharged permanently (?) cured street along the.river front from but not la a war illustrated to b*of much practical benefit I DEALER IN, CLOTHING, and Repaired.CENTRIFUGAL ..
and an MTOT bjr living examples
from the institutions established the railroad, dock to Wager's which in many cases might Mully be done. USOOM i
: Gents. Furnishing<< Goods Shots Hats PUMPS PIPING: & SUCTION
cold. ;
for administering the chloride of wharf, build a small but neat and was brought scholar beforeha i. just contracted sn could I : ,

gold treatment have since" died. substantial town hall and improve scans eerie the, thin congfe white a0osUnngg on iass tongue signifi, CapS, Umbrellas ,Tracks, Tallses, :Fox ,gla.oBipl3Ln.to; 'X>,g>e from alcoholism "There II'noth. the park, the money will be, wisely and later,as the cold developed, see the profuss FINK CIGAES, Etc. '
under the sun" Hahnemaun well'!'expectoration and thin Watery discharge OFFICE AZORES:
Sag new values will increase The house In
Invented rapidly from the noee,not one of then would ever forget only town making a specialty
,''the founder of Homoepathy, and building operations will what the Ant symptom of a eold were.The of Gent Furnishing Goods .- 134 & ,136 East Bay: Street Jacksonville :Fla.
scholar should then be Chamberlain's
veer -
used not'only the chloride of gold receive such an impetus that ,In a Cough SeaMdr freel"W all might see that. Drop In and examine my stock, and ,'
in Tea s.svere cold ooald be eared In one or two' compare prices,, Cash customer com "
but also the rngtalio precipitatedform'over the will !
very few years town get tall days,or at least greatly BUtloatedV when properly mand every'consideration competitor .
a century ago; and.,to back,in increased' revenue from treated remedy as soon ls as laiaons the first for symptoms Its curesof ap claim to confer, >, E. G.BLAIR. ... ..D.D.'I'JtRAsBEB.Bhiir .
this, day for the particular sphere t taes-and 'nobody will;> ,feel the =diseaseaad erGU the ls mad* especially! Call when convenient First door "
which be.limited its action it is .and moat :prompt and "
to We'submit 'the 'matter
i burden.
most reliable medicine known for the purpose. south of ADVOCATE office. Thrasher
tie best known remedy. To ,de. for consideration by our citizens M cent. bottles for eels" by Doha M.Ihxon., 1TH.Indianola. oroggist. -. i ,

elope the proper attribute ,of and hope that as soon as the town ___

womanhood in aehen-hued females, government is empowered under ( DIXON & GRAY; PRODUCE ': :EtS
and of manhood in effeminate the law,to borrow money'and issue Dealers In .

youths, as a tonic for weak heart bonds that they will discuss. the Mr. Mathis' wife and children spent Drags, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet
in the aged, and as a cure for matter thoroughly ana if deemed Sunday Indianola.Mr. : ArtIcles Commission & Distributing Merchants

various phases of hypochondrism, expedient, take ,action.- 'The Impression W. B. Sander and family were Fins Soaps, Stationery,- .. ,
gold Is peculiarly effective, and for created upon stranger out in, their handsome new buggy, on JEWELRY '
a '
eertainvsymptoms which arc train electric ,
produced arriving on ,the by'our ,Mrs. John Grether and little grand MACHINES.Guns ,
as a result of the abuse of lights is a favorable',one, but daughter, Eliza English, have been quite Pistols, 'Sewing Machines and P.'O. Dox.'%61. .

alcohol, it la a good remedy. This when he walks around town the sick for several days past Machinery Repaired. Watches, Clocks

much the advanced medical world next 'morning and ,views our Mrs. J. G, Martin has just 'finished and Jewelry a Specialty. ORANGES AND PINEAPPLESA
has admitted for many years; and wretched streets and sidewalks the papering and ceiling her pretty little School Book and School Supplies.
full .credit has been given theroyal : cottage.' Subscription taken at publisher price SPECIALTY '
is dispelled
first impression rapidly
drug. Mr.'(X. C. Converse called'on the orange for Newspapers,' Books, Magazines, eta Consignments of all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables! and Produce Solicited.
grower of this place Thursday, in Prescription carefully compounded at
Three hundred and twenty acres of the interest ,of Pain's Fertilizer Co. any time, day or night, LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE. PROMPT :RETURNS.
THe HOTEL INDIAN RIVER has ticMent pineapple land for safe, at$13.0per Charlie is the right man In the right Reference: National Bank of the State of Florida; W. II. Sharpe, Sharpe' T. V.
already acquired a national repu acre, described as follows, The a.. place. We have only one fault to find C. J.. HECTOR Moore, Eden; Well A Sons, Plant,City, etc. 12jun
tation under the able managementof J and the n.e. J of the i.e. of Bee-21 and that i* he doe not come often ,

Its former owner Mr. J. M. Lee and the a. w.l of the n.w. J, and w. 01the enough Dealer in General
a.w. J of Sec. 22, ell In :TP- 8T, S. R At the last meeting of the Indianola
but U bids fair this season to be 41 E., containing 820 acre About two social club Mr*. MacDonald, Mrs. Blyth : ..lIerohan.d1seMelbourne: THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST
more popular than ever before. acre of above which Is planted in,pineapples and Xr Luch were elected an a committee
Besides largely increasing the capacity 1. to be excepted from the sale. on arrangement for the,Christmastree Fla.
of the house, it has been This land, of course, as ry1ll be understood to be held at the Baptist churth. ..A..NC Ti. : =
from the price has no Aver front, Mr. J. R. Field, 8r., father of Mr.J. Rand
overhauled and Hats Shoes Goods
thoroughly painted.The bu\lies three quarters of a mile from 8. J. :Field, passed quietly away at Clothing,Dry
lawn in front shows that an the river, back of Jensen postofflce.. It noon Tuesday, alter a long and painful OLD ESTABLISHED AND RELIABLE FIRM/
experienced gardner is in charge; adjoins the very extensive pineapple Illness.. "Grand-pa" Field ''Wa one of Just Arrived. Splendid Good
pavilion is being constructed plantation of T.V. Moore, and his associates the "salt of this earth" and waa ready OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD, '
along the river bank and thr, hotel :Messrs. Ives and Ballantine, and and anxious to go; "to die wa' gain" THE L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER CO of PAWTUCKET R. L
foundIn ,
U a* good pineapple. M can The funeral wa a.very large one, and ,
grounds, and the piles for a new the county. Apply to Bobbini 4GnhL there were several handsome floral offerings Of all kinds; and in fact a full line ofn8l'J'thlng. --- -IS THE FIRMWho
wharf are also being driven. The 13 tf ; the most noticable ;were a cross by Call and examine. -

hotel pavilion'and grounds will be Mr*. Grether;an anchor Miss Burg nan; Manufacture those FERTILIZERS that are especially' adapted for UM

lighted by electricity; a large electric Melbourne entire and a heart community from Miss extend AlUe their Martin.heartfelt The W. N. HENDRY ORANGE, VEGETABLE and PINEAPPLE OKOWKIM Of FWflJDA,
plant having arrived on the -- sympathy to the bereaved family. T&ese Fertilizers have always given the very best of "Uth" tt,g wherever &*?
steamer Sweeney, Wednesday. We 'Several tourists arrived lately.' Dealer In have been used. Southern Office and Warehouse, at

also understand that the wJnte'raebedule.of A hard blow Sunday night and,'Monday Georgiana General Merchandise lACKtoW11LJd'toRIDA.

the Indian River Steam but no damage dODO by the wind 0. B.WUK, State Agent, No 0, ttostwtek Block.
boat company will provide for a The public school opened here Monday gjrCatalogue describing our fertilizer with price and .dlMOOl.1t l Mat free
lay-over-night at Bockledge in. ,here. with all the pupil presentMr. DRY GOODS, upon application.

stead of rushing the tourists Frost signal( were ordered, hoisted Paget Hall I* driving the second NOTIONS JI;,_ ,
through to the end of the route, as here for Sunday and Monday night, artesian well for Mr. Bruner.Mr. Enst Coast
heretofore; and while Titusville though cool weather, there was no frost, and Mr*. Getman are expected STATIONERY Transportntlon Oo.Commencing .

Bay be inclined to demur at the and not within many degree of It home on Friday, from Micco, where Nor.16th the steamer J.W.Bw have been for time. Choice
measures entertainment at Stewart hall they some Groceries Irve New em 011]do.dys.Wed-za"ADd rrw.7I.al f...au.sad'fIwUII as I P. ....
: the The
adopted by transportation Mr. Merry, from Tennessee, ha charge anima,u> u 1 p..s.
companies to insure their Wednesday, wa* not so well attend. of our school and the'Indication*are MIME, FLA. : lAIia.,...... Boctledp .. ) nan a" sad aanuday.as t a... sad'fIwal'tUe et J2 coca
patrons against the possibility of a ed at It would have been except for the that both teacher and pupil are pleased.Mr. ani .at New 8mJnta ufce6ada III. ,
Haft aU muted,ADd bIU8 or
tretp read via
lading l'-.w.. .
earr of ZaaI
lay-over here, we should not grum: threatening weather.. Enough were and Mrs. Clement, have returnedto J. M. Sanders at ioIa, Co. Oo.stTrwparL
hoot at this We ---
Ole at Rockledge's good luck, but prevent to have a very pleasant time; their winter place -0-0 -
are always pleated to *ee our friend re
remember that Mr, Dwyer, the which wa enjoyed till an early hour. turn. Dealer la Dr1.I.KS: L.R.DEOKER

present owner of the Hotel Indian Mr. E. C. Thorn** cottage I*receiving Mis Maggie Carter, who ha been ,

River, has spent many ,thousand its finishing coat of paint spending the summer in Minn., returned DRY GOODS NOTIONS Patent Medicines CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,

dollars in preparations to make ,it Mr. 8.,F. Globe residence ha had the on Thursday1 steamer, just in time to -

pleasant/or the coming guests. last touches applied, and 1* BOW one of enjoy Mr.Thanksgiving and Mrs. Frank dinner.Grimes expect, CROCKERY SADDLERY, : I Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles Having had 46'year*' experience la all

IMPROVE THE the most comfortable houses In the to move to Cocoa (or Cherokee)'next STATIONERY, branch* of the building bnalneM, will
TOWN. place. week. The Rainbow will be one of thefirstclass Kept constantly on band at attend to anything in his line of work,
boat la that town for this FAMILY MEDICINES: with promptness.
Under the laws of Florida those )(1'. and Mrs. Barton, of New York, winter.. GARDEN SEEDS.
J. '
communities having less than BOO are topping with their friend, Mr. and Captain Coggin, wife and BOB, were CHOICE GROCER, B. ,Screven'sDRUG BUJQV.unu:
Mrs 8. II. Thnnton. Invited guest at Mr. F. C. Allen's on TITUSVILLE:, FLORIDA.ursautcu .
known as
voters are Thanksgiving Day and were kind enough HAY, CORN, MATES' FERTILIZERS, STORE. -
towns, those which have more than Mr. and Mrs..C. & Bulkley, of Chicago to bring with them Mrs. Beaten, of Cocoa -i FLOUR. :
this number are defined la._e1t1e.. are visiting: Melbourne. They have who...* invited to eat ThanksgivIng Also the latest Newspapers, Periodicals II Geo. B. Rumph and Bobbin A GratamI' -
Under river and Lake Worth dinner with Mr. and Mr*. Bnrchfi.ZA OOCOa Florida. etc. *" -, "i
the present;_law; towns, can been, all along the' ,. ., L -seocup4
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ial Lout item for Summer :;;'( _, ." .," prcsoats: in oU.r orookery par'tD1eat: :: : ',. '. ',' ,t ; ..; ..' '. :!; ': J l"
Guests. '
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J. Q.. McDbNEL, A, Repfy.Mt ." .. <( Head-quarters: of' Indian Ittver : OLMSTEAD r" i; fl
n.\\R.: ; f ,
gSra Proprietor.Order amp. No.. 47. U.. C. V. INDIAN RIYER LUMBER CO. 3 :
*, drautmWalton -
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1: : The Pioneer Dealer in ;
a'Su't.J. DRAB SIRS-In your Issue of the 27th Order :No* 1. i

\ tilt, there was a letter\ from' someone la: Comrad. You hereby notified GENERAL MERCHANDISE
: I':Turner .t"C : )lave.just :added Massachusetts In which the writer' men- that there wilt t be a meeting are of the Camp; Incorporated: Feb. S8, 18.91 :'fr" :'i l..

Jhe finest : ,of samples., for mer* tions the Governor: of our State as "the "
display: on Tuesday, the 8th day of December, R '
Ihsnt, tailoring, that ''It' has' been our little, thing that tattles around in the next, at 11 a. m., at the, ..Court-house, in ,/ i Eau 'Gal lie.t HANSON, :Manager. : ;, ,.1, : ,-
.od fortune to see In this country; and Governor's chair." Now we Floridians Titnsville. An important communication ; '. ; 4 'J"e'
Stock Choice of FLA < ,
variety '
iceejln a TITUSVILLE
to have Governor mentioned 'l
prices are very, With object our from General Gordon to be con. .. 'J
|vet three hundred samples to selectm. In this way In a paper whose course in stdered.By. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, ., f '' .. \ 1' ,... I "

.' You can leave your Measure and politics and otherwise Is open- fair and order of Commander, A. DRADT. CROCKERY TOILET ARTICLES, ETC xoUSES FRAMED: TO C :RDEU. ','' ;'I' :4; ? y' / 'f '
Of readersare { .
et just as nice a fit as if you personally gentlemanly conne your A. D. CoHEN, Adjutant. 5 tJUST' *
tepped into' your own tailor, in New aware that you are not responsiblefortheoplnipnsoftndivldualsexpressed A.nd..111' Sell as Low as the Lowest. HARRISON BROTHERS MIXED PAINTS, unequalled for beauty and lasting- rrh ;<;:,','..: |\ "

fork: ot Chicago, and ordered your salt ; Call and examine' my Stock. 18 qualities; Color Cards and prices on application,, ; )> ,."- ; .,': ".t i .
Bolts famishedjn from 8 to 1ays; *'tf In their letters to you; but you Keep! a RECEIVED / '* '
big blue pencil to run through vulgar, ,; Agency for the "Aenaolei',' the beat Wind Engine tnade. : "v t'j\ ,. 'j 'i.

Lecture to Nurses. illiterate .offensive phrases for the HODGES & GODFREY ,',.f: ':: "1J ;
benefit of. readers and I
your am surprised < 1'
----- it was not used In this case. This AT Manufacturers of Titu l1l1e : :
The lecture in the course before the is altogether apart from politics. We : Bakery .

luraeir of the training school at the Democrats differ in ,our views on the Yellow Pine Lumber : J.\\

Philadelphia Hospital the other after I Senatorial Is A. J: JONrEU.A.: ,
question, as our privilege; : Drop: ,. '
loon,was delivered by DC. Edward P, II but the present,.occupant the gubernatorial F. C. A11sGEORGIANA 1__ ; &- f'"J,
avl..- His subject was the proper feed- Acting A RK98Er, I { l'
chair selection for it '
ng of Infanta, and It was Illustrated by and is the Governor was our Of our State for all\ tleaop, Bolt H.Fruit...*,* Vegetable Cra.... BREAD CAKES PIES AND CONFECTIONSJ' ; 1 ,
tactical of the ,
demonstrations .
preparations parties, and as our chief executive, Lnmber delivered at any part n( Indian River j
of food.. In Introducing the sub- should have the respect due the position. FLA. onthrougbbillet' ladinff. :Anyone oont mpl t- .1.
ect. Dr.' Davis said it was of more ao- I write this not because the views 'of: Ins;bntldlnit;on the Fast CM wonld do well to Wedding and Party Cakes made to order I '
.. HawmlU .situated the '
ount to have an Infant digest: its food writ for rrloe The on ,
tills gentleman (?) In the north need correction J,T.& K,W.By. .9..UllIOUah of falatka. A
dan to make It take it into its stomach. QUALITY CLEANLINESS OUR MOTTO. ,
the of
but interest
good manners ,
; t ltaQ Oallle,Rnnns; ,
baby starts in life well-fitted to asslm- ,. good taste and fair dealing with 200 DOZ. tSaumaIfghts ...o.]>d ', '
|ate food. Gastric juice to well-formed, '
those differ from. I don't know -
we Putnam co. Flo. .
3. HILL.
here is a f good supply Of pepsin and the what his Vprinciples" (as he calls them) *ftnASl-tVHd* Wj U, M." PAPWORTH. : r.
iancreatio juices are active. It is then does it HI allusion ,
are, nor matter. to
lie-duty the nurse to guard its little our Gorveraor neither, original nor JELLY GLASSES ORLANDO NURSERY .W"J' HILL & Co.. \ ,' .1' J .'1 ,

ark of life so that its natural functions truthful; nor in good taste if it was, : >. s .. .: :t"ESTADLts'ItED
tall be preserved. The little one should :
and the ADVOCATK'B failure' the s
kept warm and quiet,: have good blue pencil Is the canto of .this note.use :,AS:. MOTT, pr ; 1 1t
ght and air and its akin kept In healthI 1 to :S" .f":
..habits 'Merritt, Fla. Paixa.1.!: &VIWII. OHLANDO., FLA. t "' i' .,\..'
I condition, Regular .In" eating. 60 3D02Z. t SANFC) 1'L.6.: :t', ', ''
ad sleeping are Important.? '-: ---, --' ,. ., 1 '
< The great stumbling block to the : J t I' r \ u ,t, "')11 ;"ht, "
Dr. Davis impressed.upon the narse's1e prosperity of Nassau Is now about to be Orange Trees THE*WIIOLFSALE.IIOUSE! FOR '' V c '- : a
Importance of the bath. Many in- removed (the want of the telegraph), on MASON'S Lemon Trees )s ,; j p;|> :' JIWv I

tai he said, were bathed too fre- Which we would congratulate our neigh '. '. *" Qrape Fruit Trees;, \ ', Hardware, stovesdoors, i',* ,1";, $*::*s
uently and in an' Impropermanner.tbat bors.. Instead of one large hotel being ;"Cat.Jer Guavas ) "
'1 was needed,/he'laid was to re- LeCoato Sash, blinds I '" > d"" -vf' H" v -v
required to contain the winter visitors, IMPROVEDJARS 'Tahiti Limes, an4 Kelfer paintsleads'. ; ; : '
not the \ > 't ( ; .
ova the dirt as to ; '
to expose
several '
will be erected for Americans
Pears Peach 'and Persimmon Trees
Jttle one's,, body;to cold. To (stimulate like Nassau with ,Its fine climate its Oils, brick-lime- cement, > .
Die action of ,the skin, he advised rub- smooth 'hard roads .for driving, and Its ", Niagara. Grape Vines.. sr

lng When an Infant .no'longer enjoys octal entertainments.' Soon a. man can PINTS A QUARTS.; .. Iran'leadsewer&fire-claiy.pipes1: ', .
bath, is cold afterwards and will not W; .Lead !. a O....ral Uae of Knr *rHtwik. / '
do his business comfortable
in his all
room Materials.-
1 And Building .
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ske. nourishment, the nurse would at the Royal Victoria Hotel, at Nassau, r :. TsufrRmo i :,

ow that the washing was Injuring: the and communicate with his partners or ", Write forl'rlOOll.t ..
aby, Instead of benefiting it.Mother's employees in Wall street. New York: Send in ,oar orders at once. .."1 .-
milk: Is always preferable.. Dr. English capital has lately been largely '

!>avis said, but when this cannot be had, directed to the development of the sisa TO WHOM CONCERNED

teriliced milk from the oow is perhaps hemp plant In the'Bahamas to a great Notice for Publication. ;' Fertilizers' I In

be best substitute.. He, said that beatauJta extent, and with a man with such enterprise '
were 'obtained when the milk of. and vim as Sir: Ambrose Shea, who ,LAND OITICE. GAIXESTIIXB: frju, 1 1Noy t ''. 1

lie cow 'was used. He recommended baa, had the temerity to overcome all 7th, 1801. !f The EDEN GROVE: HOUSE, at Eden, ;
hat! ,the milk: should be brought from i difficulties-only talked of in a. windy Notice I. .)aenby tire, trial the fonnwlnnamed f
be farm In sealed glass jars, filed dlectly -, political sort of a bv' his predecesrors rattler ba hail noUoe of intention.to Us Positively! and Permanently CLOSED Manufactured .
I..too Way make foal proof In support of hit claim, and Are from, the Best Fertilizing Ingredients -
the The milk
, from cow. Is worthy of all praises and the desire that Mid proof will be made before tbe Clark of to the, _Public Tourlsta and others will ,
rich forties without being diluted and ; of the inhabitants, of one of the Islands Circuit COOn,at Tlsesv1. J1a., oa the eta of .
]>r. Davis, suggested as a formula forMing J&D1III'.1182. nL' O. GLBASOII. of ZaQallle govern themselves coordlngli.t .
to drive the schoolmasters '
the 3 away ,Via., D. a.I.4aa tor the E. M of K.1C. i( ALL J ,'
8-ounce bottle following FOR CROPS
an and pull down the lighthouses, ,will, we and E.K of 8.J:. ij.Beotloa ; Lat *V pIOMA$' E. ., &, LATITUDES S ';
under of milk 9 ounces of cream 1 hope, no longer exist But that the Bahamas He names the folkmlng UlT.a.to prove I. RIOHARDS. : ., ,
nave of lime water,' 2 teaspoonfuls of rise to that eminence his eontlnoooa residences and traltltratlon ** ''.j '
may proud tai .. ;""v' I tt ,
of, .
said land,via. ,
and filtered water I /01 .., '
of milk enough .'- ->> I ': : ,
ugar among the nations of the earth. to which John Canon of Zen(tallle t Robin K.Canon,or : ; ,,: .. ,., ', ,' ." "" )\V';'!;: ,
fill the bottle. As the Infant '. .
t grows, they ,are .entitled, Is the sincere wish Eau Oalllei,Eugene, Bralnerd,of Eaa OU1U.; fff ,1 ,
ss lime water should be used'The of the Key Went Adveriiter:. The place Hft Ara:.LriKw,Rf.liter.Notice :3E> vjq.'ge"E"rpiliz'e qq'! : : '

| on to lecturer the subject gave considerable of sterilisation atten-of to Nassau spend, N.a nappy P. winter' Is pre-eminently, for Publication. w, H; LEAS H & co, : { 1r ,.t

Jit, which .U the removal of disease _r tLAWD ATTORNEYS IN LAND CA8 S. e 121 Front St. New+ M.; ; : i
terms by heat. Where the money couldot One Dollar'Weekly Orricx, GAivxsvitue, FLA., i t .

be sparett to buy apparatus Dr. Nor. 7th, 1891. ]f I
>avis said that a simple plan was to Buys a good Gold. Witch by our Club Notice li hereby'given that the followlni TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED FOR SALE And,by Dealers at i

tend the bottle of milk la a basin of System. Our I4-karat gold SUed eases named settler has filed notice of hli Intention to AND PERFECTED. E. L. Brady Indian Rifer '
make final In of aDd Landings i
proof support bU claim "
later for about are warranted for 20 years. Fine Elginor )
heated to 153 degrees -
that Aid proof will be made before tbe Clerk oClreull
fen minutes. In pouring the milk into Waltham movement. Stem wind and Court,a.TUuevllle, FUv, on the sth oJanuirj. ..ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND RE- Tltas llle, Florida. and Stations generally .
me bottle a glass funnel should be used set Lady's or gent's .alee. Equal to lam vlb.t BOBBKT K. CAUOX,of Eau --- -
Oallle Via.,O.8.1t69,for the lot 8, Motion 1. SURVEYS OBTAINED.
|5rwatch.( To wherewe
secure agents
ind then the neck of the bottle corked any booth K of n. e. g, and i. .. K of n.w.X section
frith a wad of baked cotton. Thennrs- have none we sell one of the huntIng 1,tovnibJp 31 south of range ST.... Defective Homestead and Pre-Emption ,
hg bottle bould be scalded and. rinsed case Watches for the club price 128, He names tbe following wltneaaas to pray Entries Corrected and Perfected Cocoa Furniture Emporium

rithr soda, after- being used, and the and send C. O. D. by express with privl of bin Mid oontloumu land YII nctdenoe! Lena npon Bell Jobnaon, and cultivation of Eal&GallJe Claims adlnsted before the Department I', '! i :. .. bber nipple thoroughly cleansed. lego of examination before paying for I George O.Gtoavon,of Eau Genie i John at Washington.Correspondence > .

hen the, use of milk must be aban. same. Canon.-,of hut Oallill Eugene Hrataerd,of Eau' solicited Is Buying Furniture Unfinished, at Knockdown prices, and having U finished '?: yIn *" :" !

ned for: a few days, barley water, Our agent at Durham, N. C., writes"Our : Oalll4 Atax, LT>CBL B gl tell. Cocoa. The saving of freight and damage in transportation enable me to' i!
our ball. Oatmeal water, barley water, Jeweler have confemed they don't know" EAU (GALLIE, FLA. meet competition from any source whatever.. "
lied with the white of an egg orose bow JOO"oraiili tack work tOil the money, Proclamation I Also dealer In PaInt., Oils and all Painters' Materials Cotton and Linseed Meal 'h" r

prepared foods ,which are Merely Our agent at Heath Springs, S. C., FOR Potash and the standard brands of Fertilisers on hand, and supplied at manufao : '

d extract of. malt, can be used with writes i Kotloe hereby given that by virtue of an or. tures' prices and freight.Also ."
"Tonf watcbc Uk*st tight. Tb gentleman der of Cotmell of .... Town of TI_ Process Gasoline
1 results.-/Wt<; Ledger. thesTuws new Stoves and Wood and Oil Stoves. "I '
who tot abe Iwt watch said that be xamliMd ville.a will be held -
or and priced a jewelers watches In Lanewtor, eU efaanber on Monday tbe Ttk ofDeosm. Wines & A FULL LINE OF FURNISHING >
aIN Spirits .
that were no bitter than yours, bat the prlowasttt. berg A.U.1W1.for the purpose of electing one : j:
." Alderman sad a Clerk and Treaanrer aaitl offleert ,
I who secured ,the Our at Pennington Tex. writes: not being eleeted at tbs sf.csion by COCOA Indian Hirer Florida. *; -
Mr..HI: H. Harrison agent reason of a tie YOtI9. tif
ndonernent of the phosphate convention. Am In receipt oth.....,1I..d am plMMd A.T.reaater,J.r.Benaker sad Robert Baa- E88r. |
]>r his plans to'make a harbor at Cape without_we. All who, lure' Men. U say It boa are hereby appointed, ittdgee of Aid special O. !l. WOOD, A gen"t''i: "l ''
would be cbeap at$4e." election and L.; A. Brady, clerk tbereof. Poll ; .1 i
anaveral) the 'Atlantic coast Is Inlie .. ,
on to be open from.o'clock A. until 40100011r. :
One good reliable1 agent wanted for .. ,) t4 4'
his to Washington and
tew city York on In the way interest of that plan. each place. Write for particulars. Glyea under my band and seal ibis M day of CIGARS,. ETC.or Professional Oarde.OCOBOB Davis $t Robinson, : ,S.',
,A.W. ISM. B.K.WiLao*.
I stated night that the plans EMPIBK WATCH Co., New York. Number .
He last
4dec12m. ,
|ere already far advanced towards maVrity -
Uhe Master Sale.TTnder eo TO GRAHAM TITU&YILLE '
and would be carried out even :
EVe &Dd SJdn
projectors failed to secure govent- .G'b"-mhAT1aJn' '
&. Bonakcr. Shop-making'and -
ant ald. A. railroad will be built from OintmentAcertain and by virtue of a final decree of fore.share Losloy ATTORNEY8-AT-LAW, and Factory."I f
lug dyeing. ,
Banana for Chronic Son Eyes U aad sell leaning oat of and sad.tthe "
he of operations across curt Trrcsvm,* Brevard Co. Florida.
( point teal of the Circuit Court of the i ala Ju Families Supplied. Back of Norton's Soda
fver.and Merritt's island, thence across Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Bead Old dicial Circuit of Florida in and for the Countyof r.o.Boxifio.

Ilan river to Injlanola and across the Chronlo Sores Fever Bores, Enema, Unrard. in Chancery.lUting In certain Will practice all tile_ntle of the Seventh t ;

alley of the St.Johns to Bnnnymede one came and wherein Hall Dwight, arlmiobtratof M. ewardls of eompbUnaat...... Circuit and In the Bupmue Court. Special Srruit. CHAS. K. .
Oecar aa
Itch, Prairie Scratches; Sort Nipple Pine & Limber .. for Kumlalag and rncUug Land MORGAN.: ;
line of the South Florida road A of ..A.II., Clerelaad,: deoeieed.et s1es defeadante Cypress Titlee. Correspondence .olloltad frouT. Claimants ..
tort extension would secure connectionth and Piles. It U cooling and soothing. ....d--dares Utng dated UM i4ca day sad lieirs to Vpantah (Iranta., '

the F, C. & P., and U desirable ceoctlon Hundreds of cases have been oared by of October.. December A.IA Imi.I the saw wUW being on tbe the ant 7th day MoAoda.l. of OF ALL KINDS Money to..... i JEWELER '

could also be built with the U after all other treatment but failed the month, between the legal boon of sale... ROUGH OR DRESSED. D. L GlVLDBV, J. T. IA.II.. ,

orgla Southern on its extension from It is put up in 83 and 60 cent boas. I.naridawllth front of the Court|>mpertydeeeribe4 Houe door la In Tttaarllle said de.;, ....,,. Attotmer for Board CountCununlMtuoert. TITUSVILLE: FLA., .

latka, while fifteen miles only aepar-i I of Bectkml to Shingles Lath Orange Fine .
s the projected road and the J. T. 4 THE TownshipathhofaRang.N Kaet.oontalnlng /" AULDE9> SANDERS, Has Just received a larie'complete! : 6'=
W. 8.ltam.milt es aura,more or Ina.aooordiag toUoveramentluryey assortment of the Utesfstylea t .
,or eo moch thereof tt ahaU be ecmeleal d Yegetable
apple Packages. C
A to the southeast not necessarily EQUITABLE 10 ajuafy amount of dare and eoate.J ATTORNBYB-AT-LAW, JEWELRY -
Iry expensive would form at Cape Cam .P.Teaser, I -, .
IB an the -ru of the State
the .. harbor which has no superior ASSURANCE Jb OaAJUH. ,BoUeltors Bnectal tw,....,Manter.XOBBIM ...... It will pay parties who contemplate of Plum the&1aJ..1k.awe Cuorte.r PINS, z' : .
1 South Mr. Harrison informs nsat ,o.sue,fob. Trrva vuu*
building to call on, or address ... Mill ruuit BETA PLAIN RINGS t
the necessary: capital has already urocSheriff's I at DeLeon Springs. X-,to -. ,

.en secured, and that work win be SOCIETY Sale.Undn t Orders promptly filled. CHAINS, CHARMS, EiO : .
oat .
immenced Bach aD ,
Immediately. TTOWBLI: TITUS t
t would be the most direct ronte for and by ytnae of a bill of eoeta taxed Chandler & LanaerR.P.O. CALL 1KB Tarsi :, z a 't
Of the United State. ...Ctork and approved by the J" dge of THE FLA. 11 .
for the SPRINGS
of South Florida, .
> phosphate the Cttcvlt Court of the Tth JudfartaTci* ATTORNBT-AT-LAWV : %
Ii products of the DUston lands, and eels at the ittate of Florida hi sad for the J'. L. Casper, Agtnt, Tropie, AI. .
Jsh a valuable coaling station and Th* Xarffttt Safett IAf Attur. Coat?K Ifrersrd the_fill John T. Kant.agtoei ....s,.. Win praetios. to all the eeuru#f the nn l 1 T.. Kaapp al, wherein theaual ot rive
are harbor for our navy .where it Is once Co. in the WorU. joUan and ITlMCT-two centa waa taud ae eoelein Votary la Offle. > 6f-l "

pen needed. Our congressmen should be paid by the feto and bpi repneenutive* TITC'TILIJC, .. .. n.4. 1..
[all they can to secure an appropriation of JowphlM MJiapp.. deomed. and the. said J5HOP.
heirs and lepreemtarttee Saving failed o par ; d1 ( A 't'
tiro workv Sunday's Jacksonville the Did mate,I hare..Hl.p i sad wH ..... T-B. B. U WILLS rkJQ "t.s-
a4anl.: Tile iiirleu foailtj lasmncfl addcuiih a&peens... t* the lite...t bidder for roar o.cpq _.
b n float of the Cumn Uouae door, oej the Having bought oat the stock and tool .[ !1:
.. December MUM klof the PHYSICIAN A SUBOEON ;
rat Monday of Mr. f T. Budge in Tinsmith bakess .
3,000,000-People i S Co., .aerenth. of day nab of, the the followtaf manta bmw...*M.....tAebgalwon real w lam prepared to do tinsmlthlng at A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania : lj ?

hire and of o
aaM abort notice.Tia an experience twenty
i annually of consumption. The most Writes the Best Accident Policies No ;SSir. rera.ephtoe Knapp deeeaaedTUwit yean In practice, offers Ws aerrlees tqUM ...

[not toted all by, of inhaling them could crated be oxygen saved and the Initiation Fee. No Annual' .Dues, No begtawiBg s rorty-oB a*the aad.we4ANda eowhwert eone acma.,f aa the followa Bonhfonnh EeeSii Gsitirisj & Spotting dU
Assessments.MANAGES. eI. the Oarvin Tsai. theses ru Borth. scuvaa's.LA .
with OTXB p.
st, simplest and most marvellous of te. the. the put fur te. ,. Contractors tarnished
lern remedial discoveries. It does baas thence se.'aaeaaglee et S* diwetlun.,..,.Uel to the RUE PELT,
t wait but begins Its work at once. eaeterly eojiihIn for work mi IndianJver.
:11"e. A. :aupper4.: of the gnat a eUttaae* of MS ji ,I.
t Is stopped and repair ecJIDJDeIJoCM.bmp theses tarn ell ad.irea eel nelytaa > None bat food workman employ.d. :
,,j five again, and.do their work ORLAioo. chaSTpannel with. west rte of Correspoadenee.. solicited I REAL ESTATE FIRE, LIFE AND .
the blood and nerves. All the forces ......tl..es..tely.p.r.Ilr.W. -.II..... Orders can be left with F. T. a'hardw..tore. ACCIDENT INSURANCL 1 Kilr 1 1c
IoJOla*eIl a ot..cItaJaa.LeYJ ....,,shill
called into play, 11s *tw..1Mp.
atore are once more .......11Io It/iut9r.
TituttiU,: JTovxO L Doyrru. ruB Ufomutton as la Ooternimnt and BUM ;
life U worth living. Send for ourAerated Jigmu /or Jars' ;
Merry Bnvad I1s.sd f.twsas
book of testimonial '* G. DAY TttuurlUe JD.LBCJC.'Jl.z. ru... <
qua II. ntra.f t ea..AL&.aaern. iiws We : IA
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4rtls. PRITCHARD President; W. ;Bf BARKITT Vlee-Predd'ent: '
not issue bonds.: A soon as ,the and prefer,Melbourne' to" may' point* they Shiloh M.Bsow>t,Cashier. :
-*> IHDI1K( RIVER IDYXmKAlmittr ( issued and Jn have seen.- ,t.. ",
Revised Statutes
are .had
The lovers Terpsichore a.rare
force, towns, and, Titusville,comes Mr. and Mrs, 0. ,8. Porter,. :of Luke treat on the 27th. taut at the hospitablehome INDIAN'RIV STATE BANK
OVKKAb t>rVOTK TO tfl* bmortuaT 4 under this head, will be'au ho ,& d Worth'came tip'on Sunday's steamer, of Mr. G. Nolle. Everybody
or Tae IKDlAX anxa AXBLAKI stopping at Melbourne for'a few, hourMr.
WORTH IKTTlOlfl.ORAHAH to borrow money and issue bonds, Porter U a live real estate man, and the neighborhood! were cordially Invited )\
which each one u heartily Law of file 8ttae'of .
to Incorporated under the Florida.) |
be (
that it might location
and it seems to us we understand looking for a at eight o'clock p. !to. The house was
WAJ.TON rropra. well for' our' people to consider on the river. His son,,who arrived here. filled with guest, and very soon the 4 Authorized capital, $j 00,000 ''
advisable for only a short tim ago, deemed past recovery of the festive fiddle called
whether it :would be flute-like note Paid
and J up capital
is able oat
now to go fishing charming $25,000 tr
to the ball-room. Our r\.N
Office: Washington Avenue, Titusville, the town government to borrow Is fast recovering his accustomed vigor. as Nolle made all Average deposits
ho teM-Mrs.'Cora, us $14oooo ':'
Indian J.U\'er. Florida. money for needed( Improvement Florida climate gets there, every time. so welcome we completely banished dull --=..:I .
and issue bonds to secure the loan. County Surveyor Burchfiet arrived care'and were soon in the giddy ,mazes 'II
We take the position that such a here in the height of the blow, Monday, enjoying; ourselves to the fullest.' At 11 Transacts, a General Baogisg 'j
L18riD IVEHT Fnp>AY. course is the proper one. Few:private In his "little canoe," having made the o'clock delicious refreshments were served
'citizens build house distance front Wlttfeld cut to Melbournein to which all paid a flattering amount Business. )
,,'. one hour and,forty tmlnntes< ,, of attention. Afterwards dancing ,was

j ti without giving a mortgage cash many for The bridge over Crane Creek 'Is being resumed and' kept np until and the the s stars Largest and Oldest Bank on the :
Altered at the T1tu yll1e P Clan fall Matter.-.} their stock alone, to say nothing.of of Mr. W. M.. CampbelL A double wind seemed to sigh goodnight.Special .
v ',rte ; thanks are due Mr. D. F. okey for the DIRECTORS '
building a suitable warehouse; it balanced drftwwlll be put In that a child
evening'ss,complete success; but, then, JAS.PMTPIIABO,W.B.B ..
< RJ1fl1Ta'retIl
Check,.to.,may be made payabl to "Graham I it not probable that;the owners! of can manage, trailing built,.eUv Mr..Bnkey is noted for his self-forgetful- of the National Bank ot.JacIuotmYflle) !J ],; ''
*Walton." the new ice.factory can pay cash ,The hotel Melbourne Is now open for ness and untiring effort to make those DtntKEB '" for their entire plant and building; the season, with MrnvGarr, of Tretnont who have the honor of'bl* 'acquaintance iJackonviile IWW'JI. '), W. & GRAB. and-w.,K.
Address an commnnlcatlofu to Ohio, la'charge. Everything Is In "ap
and the pleasure of genial society CORRESPONDENT*.
INDIA IUVER. ADVOCATE, it is quite likely that the organizersof p1& the new steamboat to fun' to receive a full share of, custom, It time, in spite of them e1ve.: arse National Bank of JackwrnvUle. 20 ,

1".0.JJcnr,... & TrrosvuJsPLosIDA.' Canaveral will have to Incur certaitlfndebtedness'before has always been 'a favorite'resort for two the adieus were said, all highly elat rrITUSV.I.LLEt FLA.
commercial travellers.Dr. .' "
they 'can ed with the'delightful evening; but all .
II. B. Brown called to Jacksonville the that history often
their line in operation. We donot'be1iev wa are of opinion
put on Monday. repeats itself, that another such,dance :
Afc the season approaches, the WATSON
the electriclight
Mills May Metcalf is In'town'; after an would be the very idea prominent among J. S. & 'CO.
project of building an' at is free of ''all indebtedness.If absence of several month Her friends the Urge number of ladles present. ,We ,

Titusville suitable for tourists' ,,and ,those who have promoted the hope she will remain through the. winter! noticed Miss Annie Syke of Charleston,
t especially for those who desire to several enterprises referred'to bad I S.C, and the charming sisters of Sin G. COMMISSION: A isTJ)
Our school Is .
public progressing The ladies
: Kuhl sled the Misses.Griffla. -
the excellent ;
avail .themselves of waited until they could: have done under tho able management 'of Miss were beautifully'attired .in appropriate
,hunting and fishing grounds of business on an.entlrely t'n'fh..baslS', Quetman. The pupils seemto be very dancing costumes; and such sweet FORWARDING MERCHANTS ,;
this vicinity is being agitated., :Mr. they might have waited a quarterof much. Interested in their studies.< smiles and' bright eyes ''Were enough to 4
Ilea j.:Toung, whom we account one a before going,to work. Work has begun on the new church at turn every dude's head for miles around. :
spirited citizens century Melbourne beach. Lumber' Is ordered Ah there, you big folks at Fort Pierce, DEALERS FERTILIZERS :
of our most public association} ,
If an indJTidual or an .
also for'an addition to- Mr Whiting's bestir yourselves and have a "big" time,
,proposes organize a stock com- of persons cannot undertake desirable residence{and for a house for Miss Lee, and let us hear' from ,you.' Give your &' crate material
Orange box :
pan for this purpose. He will enterprises and improvements who arrived two weeks ago.. correspondent a, glass of beer, and compliment orange wraps. ,

pat in the hotel site at the point, without going into' debt and if In We hear that Mr.Rnokirian has purchased his base-ball moustache1 and .A.1J. kinds of 3-nrd.en Seetl;
and take a large part of the stock their Judgment they decide to do the Interests of the different par- standing collar, and he will puff you up ,
so-In the ADVOCATE that '
himself.. We believe( ,that the necessity Is. so, can we not reason by .analogythat R'ties, Co.composing, and aa the Mr.Melbourne Ruckmap A'has'Atlantic been will, look like popular a toad, ashore you ,Lime, cement, plaster and, plaster:' hair.We .

for a popular hotel here it I. quite proper ,for a town, here' and knows the improvements re- DICTUM. Djt DICTO.TV .-
recognized, that are Headquarters for these Goode, and will not be. undersold. ..:
now so generally which is a municipal 'corporation, quired and needed we expect to see amore ,
the balance of the stock -will be to go'In debt, ifnecessary, to carry made there shortly/' : A.TTTVT A S : .f I

taken by our citizens. Titusville out needed Improvements? 'Our Mr. JoHn Stelfox was a passenger on NEWSPAPERSUBSCRIPTION Wears State'Agenta for '.THOMPSON,A EDWARDS'ERttLmNO.. .CO., of ;

:will always' be, handicapped in her citizens' In i their private capacity Important Sunday's boat business., bound for Titusville. -, on, AGENCY Chicago, and,I can sell at Jacksonville prices'. k : '

efforts to induce men of ,means to have done nobly-why should, the ,' I It will to see UI before placing'your orders elsewhere!? c
We hear rumors, that a strong combination The .Pioneer pay you : : "
invest here and build up,the place, town ,not 'second their efforts tobeauttfy' Is about to be,!formed here in Agency
until her hotels are sufficiently at. the place If' 'we wait the real estate business and that the For-terms and sample coplel'addles.. .
tlv& keep them here long to make things hum. c. n. NAUMAN;
tra to until that parties propose
we can pay as go,;
enough to recognize her_ advantages. happy 'moment never.come, Tine apples are still on' sale at our Trru8ViiLB, :, Brevard, county.. ,;;FlaiJno : T _m"U'RPH'Y''

and other more'progressive may towns stores,'and have' lost, none''of 'their, delicious ', ,, '.c I,:,:

Tat: chloride of gold treatment will 'advance ahead of tie.' We are f .flavor. ; 'McAllister, .
Mr. Chan; ,Magnifier Is engaged supplying ;
which has r'eceived fee much pub. well'awar-a that .the town government Mrs.'.Valentine's' grove with his i Jacksonville iViachille

;Itchy from the\ press recently Is has done all in its limited cement piping for Irregating purpo e.. 'Contractor, for- .. :
:'about 'to go put of f.lhl >3'iind'nocup : power to, imprqve the place, but The municipal election pained of
? a position' similar to the under the Revised Statutes its quietly.' The following ticket was elect- Artesian Wells

Elixir'of life of Dr.Urown-Se'
and,the thousand and.one other .Titusville has reached a stage John B. Beach Marshal and collector G Eau Gallic, Fla. ,

enres which have had ,brief popularity where action Is necessary. If wean M. 8,. Ellis; Clerk and. : treasurer,

during the ''past decade:' bond the!town for $10,000. to Chas., J. F. Campbell., PUMPS ENGINES AND'MACHINERY OF ALL, KINDS

Several patients who have' been 'bu.l -Portion mike s., w. Rogers .
the, ; a
pave Tb e laws of health are taught la the school; ,
discharged permanently (?) cured street along the river front from bat not la a war: to be of much practical benefit DEALER,IN,CLOTHING, Made and Repaired..
sadn.verey uloitrated by Hrlnc- from the institutions'established the railroad ,dock to Wager's which In cues ewllr lie dona. If
;for administering ,the chloride of wharf, build a small but neat and OHM wan brought scholar I bofor who*had the school just contracted to that all a could odd Gents. Firnishtag' Goods, Shots, Eats, CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS, ,PIPING: & SUCTION,

gold, treatment have since1" died substantial town ball and improvethe hear the dry,loud court and know IU IgnlS- Caps, Umbrellas, Tracks, Valises '
is nothing & *UM thin white coating on UM tongue, 1ror h.o pha.'t ::DreC1c:1:1:1s-: : : : :;
from alcoholism. "There park, the money will be, wisely and lets,a*the cold developed, see Um profuse FINE CIGARS, Etc. '

new under the sun" Ilahne- invested, values will\ Increase zap. wst from expectoration iha DOM,not one and it thorn thin watery would c1 ever charge forget The only house in town making a specialty "OfFICE&rWORXS:

mann,'the founder of Homoepathy, idly and building operations will what the flnt lymptonu: of a eold wen.The. of Gent Furnishing Good. 134 &: .136 East Bay'Street Jacksonville :.FIa.&Jaa.emo'
scholar should then b* d.ChamberIalD' .
used not'only the chloride of gold receive such an impetus that In 'avery Cough BraMdjr freely: that all might ass that Drop in and xamhui my 'stock, and ,, ,
but also the mtallo in precipitated eraa Mrere.cold could be cured In one or two compare prices, Cash customers command _
the will
,few years town get clan or at l.at creat17.toIt1 &ed,.when prop-l e.I'1'cOJ1.lidoratlon competitor ', \
form over a century ago; and?to all back in increased' revenue from err,treated remedy a*toon ia ai i famous the ftnt lot.ymptomt It* euwat ap claim to confer. >. < E. G..BLAIR. '- .rD..B..THRASHERBlair .

title day for;. the particular sphere taJ; .,.-and 'nobody will/ ,feel the =di..eeau.d.crout'; Hit made MpeclaUy Call when convenient First door
which he limited its action 11 is &he most !prompt and ;
te the
> burden. We matter moat reliable medicine known for the porpoM.M south of ADVOCATE: office. & Thrasher-
trie beet known remedy. To ,de. for consideration by our citizens, cent bottle for Isis by John M.IMxon,ITH.drueCU' ,

elope the proper attributes- .of and hope that'as soon as the town .

womanhood in ashen-hued females, i government is empowered under Indianola.Mr. DIXON & GRAY, PRODUCE :BROKERS:

and of manhood in effeminateyouths i the law to borrow money and.Issue Dealer la I

,. as a tonic for weak heart bonds, that they will 'discuss the Mathls wife and children spent Drugs Chemicals Perfumery, Toilet

in the aged, and as a cure for matter thoroughly, and if deemed Sunday Indlanola. Articles Commission & Distributing Merchants
Mr.:W. R. Sanders and Fine Soaps Stationery ,
various phases of hypochondrism, expedient, take action. 'The Impression family were ,
gold is peculiarly effective, and for created a stranger out in their'ADd80me new' buggy, on JEWELRY, <
certain symptoms 'which are pro. 'tour electric v ;
the train
arriving on by. :Mrs. John Grether and little granddaughter SEWING MACHINES. ,
duced a result of the abuse of lights is' a favorable'one, but ElIza English, have been quite Guns, Pistol, Sewing Machine and P.-O. Box 761.

alcohol it.is a good remedy. This when he walks around town the sick for several days past. Machinery Repaired. Watches. Clock

much the advanced medical world next morning and .views bur Mrs. J. G, Martin has just finished and Jewelry a Specialty.' ORANGES AND PINEAPPLESA
has admitted for,many years, and wretched streets and sidewalks the papering and telling her pretty little School Book and School Supplies. ,
full .credit has been given theroyal is cottage. Subscriptions taken at publisher's pries SPECIALTY "
first Impression rapidly dispelled
drug. Mr.;C. C. Convene called'on the orange for Newspapers, Books, Magazines, etc. Consignments of all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables! ud Produce Solicited.
growers of this place Thursday, in Prescriptions carefully compounded at
Three hundred and twenty 'acres of the Interest ,of Pain's Fertilizer Co. any time, day or night. LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE. PROMPT HE-TURNS.
Tax HOTIL INDIAN RIVER has excellent pineapple land for sale, at$13.50 Charlie Is the right man In the right ..-- References:*National Bank of the State of Florida; W. H. Sharpe, Sharpes' T. V.Moore .

already acquired a national reputation per acre, described u follows: The n... place. We have only one fault to find, C. J.: HECTOR Eden; Wells A Sons, Plant,City, etc 12jnn
under the able managementof } and the n.e. J of the i.e. 4 of Sec,21. and that Ia he does not come often ,

its former owner, Mr. J. M. Lee, and the s. w. J of the n.w. J, and w.'* 01the enough. Dealer in'General
s.w. i of Sec 22, all in Tp. 8T. S. B. At the last meeting of the Indianola
but it bids fair this season to be 41 E., containing 820 acres About two social club Mrs. MacDonald, Mrs. Blyth :Meroha.nd1seMelbourne: THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST
more popular than ever before. acres of above which is planted In.ptne- and Mrs. Luoh were elected as a commit
Besides largely increasing the capacity apples, Is to be excepted from the gala tee on arrangement for the Christmas Fla
of the house, it has been This land, of course, aa iW.be understood tree, to be held at the Baptist church, AND TOLD
from the price has no river front, Mr. J. B. Field, Sr., father of Mr. J. R.
overhauled and
Shoes Goods
thoroughly painted. lies three of a' mile from Clothing Dry
but quarters and & J. Field, passed quietly at
away ,
The lawn in frpnt shows that an the river, back of Jensen postofflce. It I noon Tuesday, after a long and painful ESTABLISHED AND RELIABLE FIRM/
experienced gardner is in charge; adjoins the very extensive pineapple illness. "Grand-pa" Field was one of Just Arrived. Splendid Good
a pavilion is being constructed plantation of T. V. Moore, and his associates the"salt of this earth," and was ready OILS FAINTS HARDWARE LEAD
Messrs. Ive and Ballantine. and THE L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER CO I I.
along the river bank and the hotel and anxious to go; "to die was gain. of PAWTOCKET R.
U as good pineapple land a*can be found The funeral was a very large one, and DRUGS, GROCERIES, ,GRAINOf ,
grounds, and the piles, for a new In the county. Apply to Bobbins. A there were several handsome floral offerings all kinds; and in fact a full line of IS THE .
wharf are also being driven. The Graham. 13 tf ; the most noticable were a cross by everything. Call and examine. T- I

hotel pavilion and grounds will be .Mr, *. Grether; a/ anchor Allis MiasBurgman; Who Manufacture those FERTILIZERS that are especially adapted 4 SS for the I

lighted by electricity; a large electric Melbourne. entire and a heart community from"Miss extend their Martin.heartfelt The W. N. HENDRY.Dealer ORANGE, VEGETABLE and PINEAPPLE: GROWERS OF FLORIDA.

plant having arrived on the sympathy to the bereaved faintly.Georgiana These Fertilisers have always given the very best of satisfaction wherever, they

steamer Sweeney, Wednesday We Severs tourists arrived lately.A I ia have been used. Southern Office and Warehouse, at ,
also understand that the winter
hard blow Sunday night and Monday General Merchandise J.CasoN'U.LS: JPt.oBID.
schedule the Indian River Steamboat but no damage done by the wind O. B. WKKS: State Agent, No. 8, Boetwick Block.
company will provide for a The public school opened here Monday j{ Catalogues describing our fertilize with'prices and teaulI D1aJ. sent free
lay-over-night at Rockledge, instead here. with all the pupil present DRY GOODS, upon application.
of rushing the tourists frost signals( were ordered hoisted Mr. Paget Hall I* driving the second NOTIONS
here for Sunday and Monday nights, artesian well for Mr. Bruner. ,
through to the end of the route, as East* Oonst
heretofore; and while Titusville though cool weather, there was no frost, Mr and Mrs. Getman are expected STATIONERY, ; Transportation Oo.Cohinvwlng .

and not within niany degrees)of It home on Friday from Mlcco where Nov.lath Un steamer J.W.
may be inclined to demur at the they have been for some time. Choice Groceries Bweeaey will ran M toUowt;
measures adopted by the transportation The entertainment at Stewart hall Lean New Bmrraa on MoBda;*,Wednesdays sad FTlUaji,at T, a.m-'Noel TitotrlUa aa 1 p. m,
Mr. Merry, from Tenae+ee, has charge FLA.t aniTiBf atUocUadgvatf p.(a.
companies to insure their Wednesday last,was not so Well attended of our school, and the'indication are BUMS, .rti.lagatBaekledauyrs.ge Tocadayv Thursdays sees Batordan at T a.... and TlUurUla at 13 Rom,
patrons against the possibility of a u it would have been except for the that both teacher and pupil are pleas d.Mi. at S p.m. f ,

lay-over here, we should not grumble threatening weather. Enough were and Mr. Clement have returned J. M. Sanders atj1P,1I, fnlgbt marked and billi. of lading read JackioBviU, ,car_ at East, eu.TrauJIOI'o_

at Bockledge's good luck, but present to have a very pleaaant time, to their winter home at this places -We d r- -
remember that Mr. the whkh enjoyed tin an early hoar are always; pleased to see our friends re Dealer .
Dwyer, WM turn. Drugs LI.H.DEC'K3ER
present owner of the Hotel Indian Mr. E. C. Thorns cottage is receiving ,Miss Maggie Carter, who has been I

Biter has spent many thousand 1U finishing coat of paint spending the summer in KIna., returnedon DRY GOODS NOTIONS Patent Medicines CONTRACTOB AND BUILDER, ,

dollars in preparation. to make it Mr. S.,F. Gibbe residence has had the Thursday's steamer, just In time to .. 1.

pleasant for the coming 'guests. last touches applied, and is DOW one of enjoy M: Thanksgiving and Mrs. Frank dinner.Grimes expect CROCKER SADDLERY, Begut Pertoiry ud Tenet Articles Having bad 49 )'ears' experience ia all i

IMPROVE THE TOWN. the moat comfortable houses in the to move to Cocoa (or Cherokee)'next STATIONERY branches of the building busineao, will :
place.Mr.. week. The Rainbow will be one of the Kept constantly on hand at i attend to anything In hi line of work,
first-claa boat in that town for this FAMILY MEDICINES, with promptness
Under the laws of Florida those and Mrs. Barton, of New York winU,. GARDEN SEEDS.

communities having less than 300, are stopping with their friends, Mr and Captain Coggio, wife and son, were CHOICE GROCERIES, J. B. Screven'sDRUG uruogvaETang:
registered voters known as Mrs. & H. Thnntoa, Invited guest at Mr. F. C. A.llen'.oD TTTDSVILLE FLORIDA.
are Thanksgiving Day,and were kind enoughto HAY, CORN, MATES FERTILIZERS, STORE. ,
towns, those which have more than! )[to and Mrs. C. a Buckley of Chicago bring with them Mr*. Beaten of Cocoa FINE PATENT FLOUR. BxmxscKs: .

this number are defined as cities; i are vUlting"Melbourne.; They have who was invited to eat Thanksgiving Alta latest Newspapers, Periodi Goo. ].I. Bumph and Bobbins& Graham.
Under the present law 'town* can l lt beta aQ along the river and Lake Worth dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Burchflct .OOOOAf :g'loridae: +J J4
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peels! Lout /{ate. for Summer Guests. ',' pro cn1:,. in our t" oro01l.0ry d.d.opartn.o ,. II. ':"'f":

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J. G,. MoDONLL, JL Repiy." ( ''' ) rIpei Head-quarters or Indian :R. OLM TEAR;

\1'gm Proprietor.Order Camp. No. 47. U. C. ;v. INDIAN I RIVER LUMBER 1 # '

rA, Graham H'oltonf (: The Pioneer Dealer In CO.:1; ; : ,

a'Su' f.J. f. D*AB SIRS.;.In your Issue of the 27th Order :No. 1. i '

nit, there was a letter'from someone In Comrodfi: You are hereby RAL MERCHANDISE :Incorporated Feb. ; : _; I

P. Turner &'Co: have Just :added Massachusetts) In which the writer mentions that there will be a meeting of 28,18.91.' :' f; ': "

lie finestdl play.of sample, for iner- the Governor of oar State ns "the on Tuesday the 8th day of DAMSON ", ._ .'
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Gailiee .. \ ,1'\1"; .
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little that rattles around in the / '
!ant tailoring, that 'it' has' been our thing next, at 11 a. rn., at the \ .
sod to see In this country and Governor's chair." Now we Floridians :: :
fortune Tltasville. An important tn'Stock ; : ;
Choice of FT..1"i:
te prices are very, 'r aIoDMl .- With object to have our Governor mentionedin tion from General Gordon to ,a variety : : '

vet 'three hundred, samples to select this way In a paper whose course' In sidered., 't riO ERlES. HARDW.ARK, .. ... \ \t '. :. I .j:
renu- You can leave your measure and politics and otherwise Is.open, fair and order of A. ETC HOUSEEf Jo '. ,
By Commander, ,TOILET ARTICLES, FIU1SIED TO onDER. ;, 'iL {. : ) :
et Just as nice a fit as if you personally gentlemanly.) Of conne your readers A. D. COHEN Adjutant. : : "
*ppcd into ;jour own tailor in :Newark are aware that ytra are not responsible will Sell as Low as the Lowest, HARRISON, .BROTHERS' MIXED PAINTS, unequalled for beauty and lasting'K. ,i J e ft '., ,

of Chicago, and brdered your suit. for the opinions of individuals, expressed : 1:Call and examine, my Stock. :- 18 qualities. Color.Cards and prices! on application,, ., !:' i:' > ':4IfAtney : ; .

nits turnighed.ta from 8 to 13,day*. *tf, In their letters' to you; but you Keep a JUST RE EIYED, .,;. ;
big blue pencil to run through vulgar for the "Aermoter,1 the bent WInd Engine tnade. ., .. :. :. 'I..J, "
Illiterate .offensive phrases for the & GODFREY ;, J' r' I

Lecture to N rses. benefit of. your readers' and I am surprised 'i'l' .t.,.
----- it was not used in this case. Thisis Titusvill ;
Manufacturers of .
lecture before the : Bakery
The In the course from We g
altogether apart politics.
ursesj of the training school at the L ; '
Democrats differ, in our views on the Pine Lumber .
hiladelphia Hospital the other after Senatorial question, as Is our privilege; .A. rJ7. .1\JONTD-UA.: ; .
: PrOl .,
oon was delivered by, Dr. Edward P. C. iIF .' ;:
but the present .occupant of the gubernatorial {, : ,
( .. His subject was the proper feed- Rorart A: DBKSSID, 1
chair our selection for it
g of Infants, and It was Illustrated by. and Is the Governor was of State for all .* Box vials> : ; .
radical demonstrations of the ; '
parties, 'and as our'chief 'executive, delivered at any roars of Indian River ,
bf food. In Introducing the subset. should have the respect due the position. GEORGIANA FLA. ; blUvf ladlnp. Anyone contemplat .
Dr.Davis saidIt was of more &.c- I write thin not because the views ftJI. on the YaM Cast,""",1.1110 well to Wedding, and Party Cakes made 'to, order i' ;
unt to have an infant digest its food for price The Sawmill Ii situated on the 0'/
gentleman (?) In the north need corn A K.W.By.,a mile south of ralatka. ;I > '.
ban to make it take it lute stomach. QUALITY & CLEANLINESS OUR MOTTO. ..:
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rection, but in the interest of good man lltl i CoooaE. Billing|Ran Gallle,Knnns .
200 '
, In Ufe well-fitted assim DOZ.
starts to
baby nerv good taste and fair dealing with Soio.Ml i
ate food. Gastric Juice is Well-formed, those differ from. I don't know lIlgbts.'Putnam Fla. .
we co., J. .
here is a good supply Of pepsin 'and the what, Vprlnciplcs" (as he calls them) 0-' Wj HILL. IT.M. .PAPWORTII., ,. :, ,

ancreatio\ juices are active. It is then are,, nor does It matter. HI* allusion to ," /.i. '
e.duty of the nurse to guard its little our Gorvernor neither. original nor JELLY ORLANDO NURSERY W"J HIL"L' & .Cb. )' i( t .

>ark of life so that its natural functions truthful; nor In good taste if it was, i :e. )rytr i\. '
lall be preserved.,, The little One should and the ADVOCATE'S failure to' use the r '. 'l; : .
e kept ,warm 'and quiet,. have good blue pencil Is the canto. of this note. -, .. $. MOTT, prop'r, ESTABLISHED' 1873," '..', '.'.''., ', \ (" r.. rat" '.\,, 'I' l'' "' 'I:

ght d condition.and air and, Regular its akin: .habits kept In..in health-eatingd Merritt Fla. PETTKB.! : j. NKvras.: 60 DOZ. ,,. ,OULANDO,'" .FLA., 1. S6, ...;.".NITQ.aIVl'\...;... t..aJrl r., .. 'a;, :F"E";;,' ry J j: t: "4.

sleeping are Important: '-The great stumbling block to the t I ,.. .., b itgt, V '
ltu set
Dr.. Davis impressed the'bath.upon tree\' nurses prosperity Nassau Is now about to be MASON'S '. Trees, ,1 ,' THI\VI. !: I U LESli 5 HOUSE FOR .', 'r' :t'4.k\\'Jf\\j ,..! .: .,frti. ftii.. j; >
lie Importance of 'XanTlnta 'Lemon Treell' ] > ''' > : ,
removed the of the
want I>
( telegraph), on 'j"1
; he said, were bathed too freuently v Grape Fruit Tree ,- v, ''
: Hardware stovesdoors ; '
which would
we congratulate our neigh- ; .. ,
and in an improper'manner. bors.. Instead. of .one large hotel being IMPROYED > Catleyanavas.. ::. t :/
c leads .
11 that was needed+e' said was to re- required to contain the winter visitors, Limes, LeCoate and, 'Kelfer .Sash, blinds, ,. paints, J :: :(: \ :: ., l ::
love the dirt ,so as not to the ,,
several '
with be erected for Americans '
Peach 'and Persimmon Trees
:' ; ; AHsi; brick lime = .'
ttle "one's body'to cold. To stimulate cement .
like 'Nassau with Ita fine climate, its ; Vines. ; ;
te action of the skin, he advised rub- smooth 'hard roads for driving, add Itssocial .;, Grape : I Iron lead '
& fire-clay pipes. : ,
Ing When an Infant .no longer enjoys entertainments.' 'Soon a man can PINTS A QUARTS.; \ .- ., sewer. J l .
s bath, Is cold afterwards and will notke'nourishment te::d la a General Line of Narar!'' ''
do his business in his comfortable room '
Building .
\ all Materials. f i ;
: ,. the nurse wouldow at the Royal Victoria Hotel, at Nassau, Stock.TOWHOM :. taugetno :: '. 'l .'
that the washing was injuring the and communicate with his or Write for PriooM..
partners ,
aby, Instead beneflCUDg.lt! employees. In Wall street New York. Send in jour orders at w c. '
1 Mother's milk Is always preferable. Dr. .
English capital has lately been largely >
ads said, bat when this cannot be had, directed to the development of'' tbe sisal CONCERNED ) '
erilized milk: from the cow Is perhaps hemp plant In the' Bahamas to a great Notice for Fertili } {

e best substitute.; He said that beat extent, and with a man with such enterprise '- Davidge s I I ors i

cults were obtained when the milk of and vim as !Sir Ambrose Shea, who LARD ,OFFICE, GAIKESTTLLB!: t'? ,

lie cow was used. He recommended has had the temerity to overcome all NoY' 7th, EDEN GROVE HOUSE, at Eden, i
hat the milk: should be brought from. dillcu1tlee---only talked' in a windy, Notice Is .hereby rivra tdut) the t a
lie farm; in sealed glass jars, filed dl.actly -. sort of his named settler Iou tied notice of bl.IA Jt .elr: and "Permanently CLOSED Mannlaclared
political a Way predecessors from the '
by make final proof In coppers of his Are : Ingredients '
. from the The mllk'i.tooch 1
cow. 11
to praises, and the desire that aald proof will be made before the Public' Tourists and other will Iies.tFertUl.dnt <
for'nse without,bol.g diluted and of the Inhabitants- of one of the islands Clrcolt Court,at Fla., oa & sll ;
Dr. Davis, suggested u a formula for to drive the schoolmasters JaD1I&I'1,1WJ.., tort OLBAStni themselves'accordingly.. :
away Ga11le.Fla.; D.8.'." :X. K ; : ,
bottle the followlog ALL
lUng an Bounce and pull down the lighthouses. will, we and Eo" of..K. U.Section 11.T.tf;B. TROHAs' I FOR CROPS &LATITUDES "
iunces of milk 9 ounces of cream 1 hope, no longer exist But that the Bahamas He namee the followlnK wknesse. w .. E. RiqUARDS.i ; '
unce of lime water,* :3 teaspoonfuls of rise to that proud eminence bli eontlnnoiu residence ...... and : j :
may of.laid land, VK. JameeT.Hocf.of" 'Y : /;; l
of milk and enough filtered water t ,
ugar among the nations of the earth to which John Canon,of Can hall).|Robert K.: / -. ;
i fill the bottle. As the Infant. grows, they are .entitled, la the.sincere wish Kan 0all..1-r.. ...Bnlaerd of.tau ,
ss lime water should be used. of'the Key West Adtertitrr.; .The place J...e' Axsz.Lr MCM, ' .t aavHge; Fertilizer : .

The to lecturer the subject gave considerable of sterilisation alien-of to spend a happy winter is pre-eminently. Notice for OLEASOH} &. co, : Co .i, J''i! ,
dlk, '''which .U the removal of disease I Nassau, N. Po' :...- i +YS'IK LAND CA8 S. 121 Front St Res YQ k.' }' \

arms by heat. Where the money couldo One Dollar'Weekly' LAaD OFFICE:, GAisfBsrrtLE, ii i ,, : },.j
be spared to buy apparatus, Dr. Nov. 7th .
nr tE
avis said that a simple plan was toband Buys a good Gold Watch: by our Club Notice U hereby-riven that the TO SPANISH GRANTS EX. FOR SALE And by Dealers at .' ;

the bottle of milk la a basin of System. Our 14-karat gold-filled easel named Muter baa Hied notice of bI.lo AMINED AND PERFECTED. E. L. Brady Indian lUver t
make final proof In support of bU Landing*
warranted for 20 Fine
are Elginor
for aboutn years.
ater' heated to 155 degrees -
that aid proof will be made before the
minutes. In pouring the milk: Intoe Waltham movement. Stem wind and Circuit Court at TUnavllle, riot. on th FURNISHED AND RESURVEYS Tltuiville, Florida .. and Station generally.
bottle a glass funnel should be used set Lady's or Jl'ent'Il1Ie.. Equal to January. 1833. U.i ROBKUT K. T -- :
Oalll,Via., IS.8.s.....for the lot S, OBTAINED.
id then the neck of the bottle corked any wretch To secure agents wherewe lOutll M of a .. ".sad s. .. K of n.w.5
ith a wad of baked cotton. The nnrsig have none we sell one of the huntIng r,towniblp 31, tooth of range n....'. W"'n. Homestead and Pre-Emptlon: .
bottle should be. scalded and rinsed case Watches for the club price |28, He namee the following witnesses Corrected and Perfected Cocoa Furniture Emporium .
and send C. O. D. with prlvi. his continuousresidena upon aad : {
ith soda afterbeing used, and the of aid ......'Tin Lena Veil Jobneon adjusted before'the Depart
bber nipple thoroughly cleansed. lege of examination before paying for Uallle| George G.Ol-m,of tau ( at Washington. ;. .

hen the, use of milk must be aban- same. Canon Gallle.:,of till OsUk; Eugene : 1ce solicited I. Buying Furniture Unfinished, at Knockdown price, and hating ill ftolibetl ;

ned for a few days barley water, Our agent at Durham N. C., writes 14 At EX. LT.ca\ In Cocoa. The laving of freight, and .damage In transportation enable me to '
oatmeal "Our Jeweler have eonfeeaed they don't know EAU GALLIE FLA. ,
ur ball water barley water meet competition from any source whatever.- >'< ." :
!ixed, with the white of an egg or bow you can fnrnUb ucla work for the money, I i Proclamation Also dealer In Paints, Oil* and all Painters' Material; Cotton and Linseed' Meal :;,.... :_f; 3Y
foods which are Merely Oar agent 'at Heath Springs 8. C., Potash and the standard brand.
lose prepared FOR of Fertilizer on hand, and supplied at, manias; .' t '
dry extract of, malt, can be used with writes: Kotloe U hereby given that by vlrtoe &area', prices and ,
ood results. .PuMic Ledger. "Tonr watches take st s1'ht. Tb.4geutientaa der 01 the Town CoaneU of the Town Alec new Procenj Gasoline Stove and
Wood and 011 Stove "
who cot the laat watch aald that he examined ille..a (peelal election will be held) la & :
'Harbor and priced a Jeweler's watcher la LaaOuter, ell chamber oa Moaday, the Ttfc day &: Spirits A FULL LINE OF'OEN18.' FURNISHING '. tI
Canaveral. tbat were no better Wan joon, b.t the price her A. D. fan for the purpose of / GOODS. '"
Aldernua aad
isau." a Clerk and Treasurer, ,
,not beta*elected at the central. COCOA Indian Ricer Florida :
j Mr. HI H. Harrison who secured the Our agent at Pennington,Tex.,writes: rain of a tie vote. J ; f1.% .
idorsement of the phosphate convention "Am la receipt the waMb, sad aa pleated A.T.Teeter,1.r.Renaker sad Eeer. j I *
ir his plans to'make a harbor at Capemnaveral wkhoutmatur.. AUwbo. have seen It say It foa are hereby appointed Judgea of aald : O. X(. WOOD, Agonti : 'Vii *|
at election ADd L.; A.Brady, clerk: .
would be cheap MO ,.iur 3
on the -Atlantic coast is inie la be open from o'clock A...unto u f
One good 'reliable agent wanted for .. ,
to and t K
city on his way Washington Oards.Oco.oa
lew York In the interest of that plan. each place. Write for particulars. Given under mr band and seal this ad ,, ETC.OF Professional Davis & Robinson, : -
November,A.U.IMU>> a B.
Eafpnut WATCH Co., New York. J
I that the plans "
He stated last night UN* THB FINEST QUALITY, M. BassiKS. WiLTsa 8.OBAMAM.
IdeclZm.Chamberlain's. Tailors :::
|ere already far advanced towards ,marlty '
Miuter'a Sale. eo TO BOBBINS A GRAHAM .TITU6YILLE '" ..
> and would be carried out even Ifbe Eye and j3YmOintment. FLA. ., :.3
: ,
projectors tailed to overn- d. ... .
&, Hcnakor Shop-making and .
bunt CleanIng
ent aid. :A railroad will be from UDder and by virtue of a Anal decree ATTORNEYB-AT-LAW, and Repairing.' :{

fto point of operations across Banana A certain care for Chronlo Sow EJ'feu.er. -, the sal' of and the site Circuit laming Court out of of the. Families.Supplied TrrcsviiXE, Brevard Co., Florida. Back dyeing: of Norton' Soda S j

Tver and Merrttt's island, thence across Salt Bbeom, Scald Head Old dicial Circuit of rlorlda. In and for the r.0.8ox,SM. Factory.. 1

lidian river to Ine'lanola and across the Chronlo Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, of lirevard, ia Cnaaoery .Iu 101', _te Will practice all tne countIM the Seventh '. i Y ,

alley of the St.John to Rnnnymede oafee Itch Prairie Scratches; Sort Nipple and case Oaear wherein Hall Dwight, ae ad M. ifeward to U & Lumber ellltUe Circuit for and Examining la the Supreme and t'nurt.' rfectin special Land fa CHAS. K. MORGAN, '
deostceet *
Florida road. A Cypress
South :
line of the of Aarou B. Ctereland, al TI...... Corrwpondeiuie solicited from CJtJ_ .: ;
and Pll It Is and aootbiag. ;
fort extension would secure connectionth cooling feadaate, said decree being dated tbe sot aad HeiR to Bpaatoh Grants. -,
desirable Hundreds of have been eared by of loot..,A. >.lstilIwUioa the ." Moo I JEWELER .
U 7toLoan.O.
the F, C. lit P., and cooitlon case day la December, tbe cam Being the ALL KINDS, .
could also be built with thergIa It after all other treatment bad faflad the between tbe legal hum of ,
Its extension from I. the Court RoaM door la JLA., ;
Southern on
ID II u4 DO boor. \
pat ap rtorUa,e>U the property deeerlbed la ICaUrr. Attorner fo lk rd Coo tCmiimlMloner 1
latka, while fifteen miles only separ- nee,-'t ThekHnniuberwllof Latii Orange Pine *.
road and the J. T. *: ; lfUjurtreeelved'alargdtndoompleteassortment : .
projected THE Townahlp 16 South of Range M Kaet.: A SANDERS ;
W. System. .aerae BUM*or less aonordlng to GAULDEN of the tatUfltJIe.1n ; #'J.
tuner or eo aineh thereof.hall be &
ple Vegetable Packages.
B A mile to the southeast,not necessarily EQUITABLE to satlaf*amount of decree sad_te. ATTOHNEYS-AT.LAW. JEWELRY elf'i il' .

Iry expensive would form at Cape Can- J..P.T\1. Milt pnetiee te all the c.lUn8 of tbs 'tUUot -01' ,; .t.
leral, a bicHaarrlssoon no superior KesamJIOaASLa .BoUeltorsfar will pay parties who contemplate Florida,awl toe U.tt*.t States Cuoru.r PINS' i': f
the South. informs usat : ,a BOX,,.. TITUev1LLEILA. .
I ASSURANCESOCIETY scat to call on, or addrsM us. Kill BET 4 PLAIN RINGS ..
the necessary capital has already Springs. Pony 10..... UHOWELL ,
and that work will bemmence Sheriff Sale. "
en secured .
f- promptly filled CHAINS, CHARMS: Era '.
Such aa oat -
i Immediately. .
\ would be the most direct route for Trader sad by vlrtMftf a bill of eye Landers, CALL A SEE TIIIJl. ". .
Of the United States. U tbe Clerk' : aad approved Iry tbe oJ ,
South Florida, for ,
4e phosphate of tie Circuit Court of tb.rtk". ATTORNEY-AT-LATv-, :: \
|b products of the Dlsston lands, andInlsh emit of the State of riorida la ant Catptr Agent, Tropic, Fit. I =
a valuable coaling station and The Zargttt Soft lAft Auvr County of JBrevMd la tbe eaee of Joha' BnWfaMnaV Win pnttlc*M all tha.eart..1 the Its 1.4J. .
,. al.wbcr.Ie tb.am .w
t.g v. Knapp
lure harbor for our aavy where It Isiehaeeded. once Co. in the World. DuUan aad Slaty4we eeala waa taxed f elKali.JlttarylnOffloe.. M IfIQ . .
Our congressmen should ta be paid by the zero...legal I TtTtJIVUXCc FLA \ rj ;
I ail they can to secure an appropriation of Juwpbia Kaapp. deceased cad-". ::
heirs and repreeeatatlvee Saving
O .. _
tfeft worJT-ian' finpcUiy'ii JacksonvWe3oO0QOOPeople IL*aid eoeu I have levied.poa and O. B. L. WILLS j: f
ladonf. Us iierieo Ctsulty lasiniM tad atpabUeaale. to the JkicheabUde* D .11 ] t1' '
ia front of the Ctmrt Uou. dour, bought oat the stock and tools .
ant Moaday ia Decewbw the cams" t PHYSICIAN SURGEON, CI .Jj
9. T. Budge In the tinsmith busi
Security Co., boon eeveath ef day sale of, the the fallowing_ta. berwesu described& I am prepared to do UnsmitUng at A graduate) of the University of Pennsylvania I S"'lf" : : 1

tate.tbe property of the aald aeije notice. and an .Jip rlenc of twenty .
annually of fnnanmption. The matnot Writes the Best Accident Policies No ...11I&"" o/ JiMephine Knapp yean in practice offers his services tIthe :It

,red all by, of inhaling them eotpd legated be oxygen saved and the Initiation Fee. No Annual. ,Dues NoAssessments. begiaaiag wit i J'on-at tbe&D4.eontbweet....hlide aurner aeree of,u.. Kooflfii GrUeling ft SpoitiJi| ) dtlsens of Tltnsvlllo and vielulty.ornoe 1t1 (

of the GarrtagraaL 1j1
fourth : OYU pa..CaTi1tA'a. 1f
it, simplest, aad most marv Ittddoee erty along tbs awet lte. the great ialty. Contractorsfnrnbhedwitk
*era remedial discoveries. cM se.there tIInI as age of M aDd flashing at reasonabi rates. RUE PELT ..'
wait; but begins its work: at once ru tm an es.t sty direrxto..parallel to t contract foe work on Indian LA :;
is stopped and repair commeooee I'f A. :I3upper:: .... of the gnat a dlnuuus of 414. Non tmt good ig 7c fx
B>W these. ton au aegis of M degreee swoI1ccisddem
f.4 longs live again, and.do their work ORLANDO FLA. .e.therh sac cMtowt..W w h wwt Correspondence .
f the blood and nerves. AH the forces MANAGER, I8CIII--'I.p..nJW .- can be left with F. T. Vodgt ACCIDENT INSURANCE. x U"'OIJ
called into play, runM of h.gisi.g.a dl.uoa of""' ...... stag IWferp Pubis tar rya elite at Large.
tore are once more .... 12 If.
life U worth Bdn Send for HIT Ayptis for TitoutWe: JTovtS IAwJ Ita1.j. ... .... ruB /CBiatloe ss la CNnreraaMM sad BUM
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BaerUf 1a
book of testimonial free. Aerated DAY 'ituHyWo. JW.IIOru.: ..
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JD1U1LMAGE.DIVINICS : flgnresof 1Icr.ee and men an4w men anct) and Draco and Sophocles a il .6 I! :SELThDE1EC' 'Suioldes are common! among defaultera. .' Deaf fora Year '.

." /tod. xen. tb*way tcJ* or1flo IltatawoC< &Jtt1 Mdl EJlJ preferable to fdotilg the charge
the deities vn 4wfl the record. -
Dionyslos Prometheus Hermes honorand.ir ,J*live
r DemetavZm HerevPioevtdont Bfriestwehr Turks Ilk* AGESwuQboMMLTTEDjUICIDE. Earptlnjin. eonvnoa NOTED rorLi3Att. r ttader the sense
IHI IgJYH bUN. *,dlvlnirtmi centaurs In.i*ttlaj weaponary. herd-of .tf Politicians smartiOg bullet. DIsappoInted Leered 5u U.et'e RAr.ebrH.il1..

DAY 8J nI N. & W'r .from Marathon: harioi of Bight; on.tgood bUllt7,."Y"r": ,r $. t _! defeat haTj ended ajl yit.ft take their oohsater.II Y..11I11 17.1811.nne
chariot of the morning bar** of'tb. ann Sorely that mast the lovers by the score years&ca,a. a rultt.f eatarrh I loot

tb*fates tbefnriee; statue of Jupiter bolding of the 1m His d1Clpb Bonltng-er And Balmaceda had MAny lives when jilted b/the objects of their b.arthieoereltuitdwadssf tot'Mbn th.n k,: '

6ntU otl *Th Wonder of Athens." in his right band the thunderbolt; silver fr th* nervous strain, Paul ha choice and so the category runs Disappointment tried nrloa thtof no CarAjt, &lid- had
tooted chair In which Xerxes watched the Acropolis nod na hed the l.be Celebrated Predecessors-Samson characterhas h'llolau tnt !olAMstiI.nb'pSs &i: s"wal
battle of Salamis only few miles away. of the Greeks and what more can say. the First on tteeord-Suicide1 a every end this could tItgt" IDisUngutal.
I TMTI' "trMffavJ itatttd for them at j jAtA.u Here i* the colossal statute of Minerva la Those Grecian cr.tcrsa floC'o'J that prompted all kinds of people to Jr- a.H..d.

1.1. trririt v>ou>itirred in fitnt, lehait foil armor, eves of gray colored stone, figure places always Closed with Fine Art in China. brief existence with a bare bodkin.-

.saw u.ctty wholly. given to 1dolat'1Acr. ."- of a Sphinx on her head grifQns by her aid* somrthlnir sublime and cUm ct rio_.twror- : and Balmaeeda each of (New York Recorder;' t wu Intmilnt ptattlAf mrwtf all the tm of a
niL. 15. which are lions with eagle's beak), spear la atlod Paul :i1* goinjt.to/glv* ptatelM when eo_ oo. ngforted ttaHood's
if Would on. hand, statue of liberty in the other a will eclipse in t. whom played for high stakes and com BanaparUIalid danaioio poulbh
seemed a* marnlns nevw come. good. Iu 4.
shield carved with the battle suenes, an4 be hat.jet fsaWtfireto mitted.uicid hrben the.game was Io A MOHAMMEDAN MOSQUE. It without '
.W.bad arrived after dark In Athon ,GrMoa, with Ian Uklnf expecting meet help. To
-- 'and the night wu ilemleM with erp cta.tion even thongs of slippers gold. Far sculptured out at and sea tied the oft sailors I time! h hult'oe thunderbolt at a had maRY noted piode ossors. From the i"-i-3 ; 'I \ III'p nd great Joy. 1 found when I hd tat.11I1
and wsteh slowly announced to mon I b. hurling tw of Roman down to thepresent" IhNe bottles that my bearing.-
my days the Empire .
and two *nd three and four o'clock; and MW the this statue of Minerva rising high above at oac. The little old mD under._tht tlmrmetrwhohad staked Tlslt tG an Orientairilou: of .'ff rihip 88 ttkttfHood's 1'boO
aU temple glittering in the sun. Her. Us
at the first ray of dawn I called oar party to are statutes of equestrians statue of a lion himself Po. nn, and Ib aigbte. thei all and lout have capped the climax in alro.A Sarsaparilla
look out of the window that city to $
upon s.bt ot
which Paul Mid b. was a debtor, and to nese, and there ax* J the Graces, and-f yonder LA a- ot bit .hd.' ;Jo* bat of' their defeat' Welf-destructlon.. commission has beetf aoI ted by ritri thra, '
wblcb tbs wool*earth ii debtor for Greet horsehrbronwjt tore that when beganj Rather than endure disgra & they hate the government whose duty is W taken toorA. Wani torp d. Itk
There ts BTsUtae taktjfa j th( 'time of his which became present now Over II rev,ud t am troubled bat very little
architecture, Greek sculpture Greek poetry, ey. we qlle two Balma of the monument. of
Greek Greek and Greek Augustu tb have of its awn accord .tamed l. and bill was catot acted as their own"eXMuUoners. the preservation with the Mtarrh. I consider this a Tbry relllartable
.Jailtory eloquenoe, prow .M around front east to west and spit blood; Introduction. )1', taO ceda the would-bd dictator of Chili shot Arabian art; occasionally, therefore a sass.* Buuui lion,SO Caries II.Heed' .
statue* mad out of shield conquered In wind of emotion as ** d\ wh' hlmsftlf whenconvincod that from finds scaffolding in place
''That morntnc In Athena w* 'wintered h t ; escape mosque one Plllfe-Vbr the liver iad'koweh
forth armed with most generous and lovely locusts fettle? statue statue of of ApollG. the 'drank expeller and of bolts together with f/o Inoonronubl the victorious insurgents impossible. and a general dismantlement, One con easily"t prompt end fltolmtl?. PrIce J5e. te|

letters from the President of the UoltedBtates ; Anacreon courage and hurls .te ospwd now for the best- -ln much the same ... .
singing; statue *>f Olympodoms a Greek standing;or sitting only hop .. ... .., ...
and his of State and daring r.
_ Becretary .
memorable for the fact that he was cheerful derbolt/ acbbu. Boulangor, '"ftet. making a brilliant spirit in which one hopes when one sees
that those letters
all -star in city
caused every our door and every gate and every when others tvere1 cast down a trait worthyof met 81* closing word we L Jug record as a soldier in Algiers and in the the beautiful old front of St. Marks's, MOTHERS'FRIEND" -

,temple and every palace to swine open before sculpture/ But walk on and around the appointed a dr1a H*will Franco-Prussian war, and being idolizedby Venice, gradually encroached tipon by
The mightiest geographical Acropolis and yonder you am a statue of judge| the world in by that the But in Cairo at
tn. name Ibt his to overturn timbers.
people, ,aspired the now raw
iygeia.and toe statue of the Tbeeen fight- whom H* hath, H. I
_ .on earth to-day II America.The denatureof mal odain.wlef and found of which work of on :
American President and of lug the Minotaur and the statue-of Hercules hat given assurance that Kepublio an Empire, least, the repairing goes very
{State an will Juke 1&'rt au where aa Secretary army' could slaying ear pen U. No woader that Petronius raised him from the dead. he would be head. A traitor to hIefoun. slowly} three hundred mosques,probably> '

;'not. Those I,names brought us into.tbeipreeence .aid it was easier to And a god*than a man in Remember Shoes thoughts, were to, them try and branded,as a.thief, he out of the four hundred still remain.un- To Young [

of a mot gracious and beautiful Its Athens.teinplns X3n and;the statues Acropolis mnde from The the most of novel and proyotlY taI Christ the despised unwed.Yhcn- .. .1a the woman who" touched, and many of these are adorned

eoverefirn, the Queen of Greece, and bar marble to be their exile Wed he ended which is unrivalled.I Mothers
was his companion in with delicate beauty
of Mount a
cordlahty was more like that of a drier than quarries Fentelicnm a little jud?*, and they should have to get up "
the occupant of a throne room. No formal way from the city.lhar.her&on.my. of their cemeteries to stand before MInt ou :his strange career by shooting. himself know no quest so enchanting as a r

bow aa when monarchs are approached but table a block of'.the, take their eternal doom. "MlghUort burnt of on' t&t grave. search through the winding lanes of thb ffi'

a cordial shake of the baud; and earnest I 'arthnjon made out of this marbla and ont elocutionary' power ever_ .& ,The anon- It is only a feW months since .Prinoe old quarters for these gems of Saracenic ..; i
is the .
Phldla I
sculpture brought it ors of of those 'if 1
some beard
qoertlon about our personal welfare from the Acropolia This specimen has ont in his Greek id, Rudolph of Austria and Marie Yetsoracmled tasto, which no gl1 de-book has as vet

and out .beloved country far away.where the dust of ages and the marks of explo- DemOtben. his speeches 0 crow their jioson in -a manner that chronicled to dragoman discovered. The '
lint this morning through hrd
,Stood tbe Agora, tbe; waas.ancient market place ZIon and baU'le but 'jod caa 'get'from il' Tirob'.blne11 had'' beard Plato shocked the entire world. In the days street is so narrow that your donkey'fills L.--
om*idea of the delicate luster of tb. Acro- argument for immortality of when Uomans believed ,it. to d
the locality where phttoeoptennied to meet a-disffroco almost all'the _space } passers-by aro'obliged ,
nils when 15w..covered, with mountain Child ilfHi
had Makes
a the soul, heard Socrates on -bis daath- Easy.
theIr discIples walking while they talked of this marble cut Into 'all the xqalait bed. suicidal ot hemlock In leave be killed by a foe in battle suicides were to flatten themselves against the
and where Paul the Christian logician shapes that grains could contrive and his hearer emotion haa. common. Cato stabbed hms gather han walls In response to the Oriental adjurations I: Shortens Labor Z

ttunz on many mauy an proud impertinent stoic and Epicurean.got'the laugh The striped with silver and adame with gold. tad in .the I tbet &.DLYliu.. brr live under the despotid.reignl;o| ,Cfcsarj of your donkey-boy behind: -MTake I: LessensPa1n'e

_ market piece Will the cottar of social and The Acropolis in the morning light of those foot of rU and when Thermlstoeles was ordered to heed, 0 maid I I" Your foot, 0 chief 1', .Endorsed by-the Leading; Physfcfans
ancient must have shone It
or' $
though !
as werean
political life, and it win the place where I piled up amphitheater and lead the Persians against his countrym'onhe Presently see a minaret-there is
I aerolite cast off from the you C ."_.
to tell and bear tbs noonday sun.' floor of its orchestra still there) seen Boob f. jrolA r FltEX.
ODootbs people awl went baztaif were let for merchanWI news.- The temple must have looked like petrified enacted the tragedi.eofAachylus and Sopho- took ftoison. J ,I always a minaret somewhere; but it is : BRADFIELD RECULATOR 00. '
_ up .
e of all kinds except meat bat every thing foam. '.' whole'Acropolis' must-have clesvbttt neither had the ancestors of these Hannibal' and. Mithridates poisoned not always easy to find the mosque to :! ATLANTA,' OA.i.

tmnit be eold for cauh and there mnn be noh seemed like the white breakers of the .great.. Orll'Mar Hal of themselves' evr themselves. to esoapo being made pris which it belongs,'hidden,perhaps;as it Is, :'' BOLD'BY ALL DRUQQI8T3.
hag about the Yaluee of commodities and ocean of time. or such tmado of moral oners. Samson was the heroic suicide behind other buildings; in the 'crowded .*.........<.......*.**
But we cannot longer.here for there
the Agoranoml who ruled the place could stop power as that wittt n.whelinedhiab.arers. 'of the Scriptures for, la'prdqt to bd fetenged At lengA observe a door : '
faa hfil near by of ;IlOo.mterwt though II Atthoaewci thoughts .inflict different severe pUDfabmpat'upon'echoole of thinkers offendem.The had 'A t
': places sot apart for convocation. The statue or a templa. W* hasten down the to their feet Bom moe they adjourn to the temple in/which they were "reveling Saracenic honeycomb-work above it;

''Plat an.must meet at tbe oheeee market,i ,I Acropolis to ascend. Areopagus, or Mar some other day to lON on ,the,same and'pfcrished with them. Many' of the instantly you dismount, climb,the steps, pgusFlower"
Hill a*I*Is called. It took only about three theme but others would
the Peoellane at the barber shop the sellers noted suicldes'of duo to the '
nlnnte to walk th*distance and the two orator to piece*. history are and look in.: You are almost sure to ,

-, I 1 .'of qnarten.perfumes". the" a trankInoenesh.ed.. ej lllltop artf* so near that what I said In reigiou A mAth.that. .evening In 1899/, ,.w* philosophy of heroism f rather' thaninsanity. .* find1 treasures! cither fragments* of the
*discourse on Mars Bill was heard dia- pearly 'Cairo 'mosaic- or -.wonderful
The market place was a space three hnnidred the pile of slippery rocks, .
and fifty yards long and two hqndred tlootl1' by corns English gentlemen on the where all this bad occurred our way back Zeno the founder of the Stoics lived ,ceiling or gilded Kufio(old Arabian text)

land fifty yards wide, and It WM given .p to rook Acropolis.fifty feet This high.Mar. It Hill wasfazuocs is a rough pits b of to cur hotel, I stood half way between the until he was ninety-eight. Then, when inscriptions arabesques, or'..remainsof ,j .:. ."
long *>
voanip and merchandise and lounging and Acropolis and Man Bill In tb. gathering he fell and his thumb of
one day put colored which'ehange4
the '
Testament ancient
Kw time / I glass
or* ,;
bhiloeophiilng. AU this seed to know / .shadow of eventide,I seemed, to.b.those Pcibapsyoa do notbelieve: these
_ i you Th Persians and terribly asaanltsd joint he decided that ho had ilived long hour Beet of .
:'7a'order to understand the Bibl. when it aaUy two hill In sublime and awful convene. ."1 its tints by hour.
the Acropolis from this Aultop. Hers assembled enough so he repalred'tdl I his ,dwelling sometimes find a to' statements :
seTs of Paul "Therefore disputed he in the am chiefly of the past; said the Acropolis. you space pen
market daily with them that met hta." the court to try criminals. It was -I am chiefly of the future" replied liars and hanged< himself. Homer is said to the sky. with'a fountain 'in'the cefctro, Flower., .wen,'we can't make
held in the that tilt fads of
Umso the
Ton( see It was the beet place to get an auUience udges could night not be _anor th*face of the lilt Th Acropolis eaid ''My orators ar* have hanged himself because he could :the whole-surrounded by orcades of marble you., We -can't force conviction into
and Jf a man, feeL ht.maaIC called to dead. Jfy lawgiver ant dead. My poet not solve the "fisherman's- .riddle." your head medpoubtlnar -
_ !Lrs.ohba wanta.peopltw preach to. But awyerawbo made Site plea and so, instead ant dad. My architects are-deaJ.", My columns adorned with hanging lamps (or or-
_ before w. make our chief rfadte of to-day we ,of the trial being on.of emotion, it must sculptor! ar*dead.- I am a-tmonainsnt-of I Terence stabbed himself because he had rather the bronze chains which" once Wn into,; yonr
taut take a turn at the stadium' It U .v* been one of odol justices memorable Jut there was the dead past I shall never, again hears lost 103 translated comedies.-. Brutus ,carried the lamps), and Iwith' suspended throat. We d n't
occasion aboveall
little war ouo.butro muit The /Ita. one other song sung.. I will never again see a column threw himself on his, sword, Licurgustook ,ostrich_eggs-rthe emblems of good lU k.. Thomas. vwantto, ,The
Jium the- where the foot lilted. I will never again behold a goddess money
was place races oo.Blurred.
I and Nero cut his throat. '
", I II One day, when ;'donkey 'was making'
A little man, physically weak, 'aid"fcis my v is ,yours,' and the'nisei7.g
In China suicide has! been la 'fine'aft.tor "
:f Paul had been cut there no doubt,, for he rhetoric described by himself a* contemptbla !., Man Hill responded;' "1., too, bye.history I 1 his way through dilapidated region; I and until\ you are
frequently uses the oene.of that place as had by his sermons rucked Athens with .' I.bad on tny nelghU 'WrrldnkhVwill several centuries. If a Mandarin is came upon amoequoio'cmallthat; 'It yours
figures when he tells us, riM Us run thence commotion and.no, was summoned*ilnr).by never again*ttnsheath rth*,sword; and Udjlty of misconduct he-1 is requested seemed hardlymore than base for its willing to b 1ve'and'spena JW one

that is set before us" tad agalau ."' ,do< rriCoflaw or hearty Invitation,lID$ font. judge who will never again utter a doom- put himself ou( of the land of the living. exquisite minafet, which towered .to an* for the relief of the otl1er'they'will:
It to obtain corruptible garland lut we an. tipob that f $% o.Imen and oraton-who will never again make a There is a distinction,too,in the mannerin 'so. John H Foster 1122
theoufcyjlfAITthei unusual height above it. Of I stay' <
Incorruptible." The marbl*and the gilding ( of bit wissacntf of"Athens 'jlea But my }influence I. to be more in the course; '
have been removed but the high mounds turned out and turned Op, -0 bar 'uture'thatt'lt'evt tit the pan* 'Th. which the Oriental may die. If he is dismounted. The little mosque was open; Brown Street;' Philadelphia,' says:

_gainst which tbe scats war piled are still him. .Tb* more venerable of them sat In anaiupiittbtnter words ,.that mbsionary,PauL, uttered that of exalted rank, and entitled .to .wear the but 'as it-was never visited by strangers,, -"My'wife' )is a littlf Scotch1"W man,'
there. Tb. 'Htadlwa >i* )slx < hundred and the. grants.;.eats >of 'htoa', exdttng day U thbearing! of the wisest peacock feather,he It privileged to choke It possessed ; without
no slippers I\nd cover-' dad
yea of a
eighty feet IouII', one hundred and thirty feat are still risible ,but the totber peopla men-and the populate on my rocky shoulder* ,L'mself t. 4oathwjth gold leaf, \', "of kind it thirty 9f age. naturally'delicatedisposition
wide, and held forty thousand spectators. swarmed on all sides of the hill and at the have only begun their inajeotto role; the This is. lags some was 'impossible ; iFor five or six
There Is to-day the very tunnel through .leas of Ittq bear tbIs. man, wbom.som brotherhood of man,,and.the Christ of Goo\i:> regarded as' a distinguishe&inadncr'of that' nnsanctlfiod eholJ /8och) 'bE nine,. Ws': pas't shethas ieen.. suffering
which the defeated racer departed from the called a faiuttty arat others callexl 'a. mad. and the peroration of resurrection and last ending life> .Jf the Mahdariq should touch-its matted '&ooif the' bent;,' .
Btadlntn and from the hisses'of the people pap.'and Othen bQupbeoen IUd jotters judgment with >whkih the 'Tanlan,orator i. only b( 'the.'rank t atl.1. entitled nifclent gdardian glared at me fiercely for from Dysp psia. She

and there are the stairs tip which the victor ityled contemptuously "tht*"fellow."' closed bit sermon that day amid the mocking'' wear tho rod,button he must be content tlOpiure Suggestion/ Ono' sees' sometimes Vomit becameso bad at last
went to the top of the hill to be crowned with Paul arrived In answer to the writ or In- crowd shall yt revolutionize the planet. Oh, with strajigluigMm8elVUhV : !I that he could sit
the laurel vitatlont'and confronted them and gave Acropolis I I have stood her long enough ; (even1 in 1890)) in' lha">yes oii th&ol4 nQt

In this place contest with wild beast them the biggest doe that mortals ever took. to witness that your god are no cord. Each are the distinctions of Unite 'mei ; :)IttilTf"'tn' UJb''Vhi'mosques''th'ef- ''Every. Meal., dqwntoVmealbut;
sometimes too"ple *.and while Hadrianth B* was so cullS that IIqtblQlr could, scar' gods tat all. Your Bored could not'con-' One ,of tho:1:'most Temarkable e 'of original 'spirit of Islam reWnlng..till, she Jbad.Jto vomit it

emperor sat on yonder height one thousand blll.nd.-'. for Jupiter'andi AthanlV the trot the'Wlada., 'Your Naptue* ooald no) 'SUiclde was tb rot; th6 King' of Falahaon Once their religion ,commando, : the Ono ,she' had eaten it. -Two
as as
{beastswere slain in one celebration But it god and the goddess whose fmages-were In manage the sea. Your Apollo never evoked the welt C09$.Atrloq,. \ ,
(was chiefly for foot raoiJIg and so I proposed full sight on the adjoining hill,h* had not so a musical note. Your god Cares never grewa :The attacked Mohammedan .I sword; they would like grasp it again! bottles of your August Flower have
Ito my friend that day while we were W the much regard for Sb.m. he had f or th. ant harvest. Your goddess -cf, wisdomMlo41 king was by a if they.could. It is suggested that the cured her' after .doctors,failed.
Btedium that we try which ot UI''could run that was crawling in tile and under hi* erva, never knew the Greek alphabet. Your force, and finding,resistance impossible matting might, for q bakeheesh, be rolled many '
jth sooner from end to end ot this historical feet. In that audience were the flr
''ground,, and so at the word given by the of the world, and they had voice like flute BUG tbe God whom I proclaimed'on the day officers, and aftor addressing them small. B C'theL.tllrn' 'old : it;and as rot Dyspepsia, she.does not
side kio&but before when they wen passive, stod like trumpets when Paul before the' astounded keeper- .
started preached
jjpoken on we by and intimating' his determination neverto know that she ever'had it. O
U cot through I found out what Paul meant when they were arousedand I think they assemblage on my roujh'heights the Got: Inflexible. 'Then the Offer was .

.whoa ha compere* tb*spiritual race with tb.race laughed In the sleeve of their gowns M this of music, the God of wisdom, the God of accept Mohammedanism, and Inviting mado that so many piasters-ten. (that U a 0 .
in this very StAdium as b*says, .Lay insignificant man ros to speak. power[ the God of merov.'th God 'of love those who did not agree with him to go 'fifty centsj-r-wpuld) be given to the blind, ,
aside every weight" My heavy overcoat lJi. 1I1\t audience 'were Scholiasts' whit the God of storms, the God of sunshine the away, he applied a light to a large quantity Now the blind are sacred In Cairo this THE SUALLEST PILL IN THE' ITUTT'S
and my friend's .freedom from such iucmn- knew everything thought they did and God of the land and toe God of the sea, the ,of gunpowder collected for the ; S .
trance showed the advantage In any kind of from the end ot tha longest hair on the top, God over all blessed foreverJ 0 and blew Into atoms the plltp08e and offer, therefore, was successful: all the "
a race of "laving msid every weUbt." of their cranium to the fond of tn* nail on Then the Acropolis spake and said as palace matting was carefully rolled aid stacked
W.com*now"to tha Acropolis Jtb 'arock the.. longest toe 'tbe,)were stuffediwittenypercrTuciiro though In self de ens 'My Plato argued all who were in it.: in a corner the,three or .four Muslims 'TINY LIVER PILLS
about two miles in circumference at and they leaned back with a for the Immortality of the soul! and my Suicides among the aristocracy in Eng preseqtj withdrew to the, door, and the .... have an theYlrtDelot&b.larpr. ODCcqnally ,.
base feet supercilious look to listen. A* la 1889. 1 Socrates virtue and mvMlltlade' land rather',' a>ctrv | purely 'Y.cret.abM.
lUte and a thoiuand in clrcutnfernc praised are numerous. The suicide unbeliever was allowed to enter. She :zact six shown In this borde,.,.
.. at the top and three hundred feet high. stood on that rook where Paul .stood and e at Marathon drove back the .Persian oppressors. -, of the Duke of Bedford in last
(On it baa been crowded more elaborate .'.b'of which I brought from Athens by- ." "Yes." said Mar, Hill "your shocked circles of January both found herself in a temple of color whichwas ._. . .

architecture and sculpture than in any consent of the queen through Mr.'TrleoupU, Plato laboriously guessed at the Immortality < society oontineots. incredibly rich. TThe floor was of Wltboat UM Ira, asS
other place, under th. whole heavens. the prim minIster and had placed in yonder -, of the soul but my Plato divinely in* He was one of the largest landed delicate marble, and 'every inch 'of the tIa.,lUWDtloa tram ba._

'jOriglnally a fortress afterward oonzre'ration Memorial Wall. I read tile whole" story,, spired- declared it a* a fact straight from proprietors, in England immensely walls was covered with a mosaic of por. P I L E So.:sea.aaoran_UI-. AU.DIUAIISOon ,41.0
of temples and statues, and pillars, Bible in band. God. Your Socrates praised virtue but expired wealthy and was seventy-two years ofage. ..Ui 4I Ouno-Uuwu.
: adorned
their ruins Your MUtiade brave phyry ja per with gildedIntoriptlol1land 0..... Base e'f ..... .) Ira*.
an enchantment from which no What I have so far said ta Ibis disconrs as a suicide was Lying on a sick bed, from which SasS .. l tioo
,observer ever breaks away No wonder was neceaseary in order that you may understand against ,arthly t foes ,yet Ji.,'died from a bands ofKufio text: the fur Pamph' oie tiapitel. Tel. O.nolla'l.L""D
,that AtfeUdee tbollK.b' It 'the centre of all the boldoe\ the defiance'th* holy wound Ignominiously gotten in after defeat :i nopromiseof Immediate 1'0ooTery tall pulpit,made", of mabogany.coforedwoodwas .nt"'l'1."fYk lS.to.. .. il.lIsas17L)
things-Greece, th* centre of the world. retklectprss, the magnlficano of Paul's. But my PaalchaUeagel all earth and all hell 5 hej succumbed to the agony of the carved from top to bottom in i
(Attica, the centr of Greece; Athena,,the speech, Th first t thunderbolt launched with this' battle".hout; : "We 'wrestle''not' 'moment and sought relief in death The intricate designs and ornamented withodd A r l1 FISTULA I
centre of Attica and the the hill against flesh and blood, but againt principal- ..ieetlo., will to.prPI'
Acropolia oso- at the opposite -th* Acropolis-that fact that it was a suicide'was carefully little of
frI of Athens. Earthquake have shaken it, moment all aglitter with Idol and temple Ides against powers ,against, the rulers of concealed from the bat the plaques fretted bronze; the ', aeew.rd.
,Verm plundered it.' S lIe cries out. God who made the world. the darkness of this world against spiritual ,, newspapers, sacred: ntcne was c'lined with'alabaster,
i Lord Elgin the English Erobassador Ji' Why.they thought that Prometheus mad .. wickedness la high p1aeS'and then oath* secret leaked out after the body had been turquoise, and gleaming mother-of-pearl; I ; KI COTTON

tCpnstantinupJe, got permission of the Sui. that Mercury mad it, that Apollo mad. it, 89th of June in th*year 63, on th* road to |cremated. Lord Congleton who wasMr. the only light came through, the thick ,
itan to remove from .th .Acropolis, fallen that Poseidon .mad*it that J no*mad It, Oatia after th* sword;sot tile headsman bad j Pnrnell's great-uncle,hanged himselfin glass of the small windows .Biysrse yo.r'Cetfoa '"JOZIESiSTon
Msec*of tbe building- but h* took from thejbeuding that .' mad it, that Boreas given on keen stroke took -the'crown of. 184?. In the same yeai the Earl of far above in
to England the finest statue,, repnoving mad Ii that It took hal the. 'gods of martyrdom.1'" tMunsterahot downward-falling rays of.crimson violet Ootton :8cal.
them at an expeaMof eight hundred the Parthenon, yea all the gods and goddasses After a moment' slleac" by both hUll {, himself in the head. In and gold. The old mosaic-work of the HOT CIIWE$. CUT BEST.OT .
/thousand dollar*. A storm overthrew many ot the Acropolis to make it; and the Acropolis moaned out in'the darkness 18d9'Lord CIoncany, bo, last oC his Cairo mosques is composed of small $6' 0 J'w kiesi aSdeess

'of the statues of the Acropolis. Morxwinl here tends a man without any ecclesiastical "Alaat Alasl and Mar- Hill ,responded house,jumped from a window and broke plates of marble and'of. mother-of-pearl IOns :JUTOHAJCTOI',

(the General attempted to remove from ajpedlment tI tIe neither a 1>. P. nor !LVM a reverend "BosanMhl BosauanbT. Then Jb* voUa: r,1aJ.pck. in 'I .mCHAMTOK.M.T.
i the eculptured car and horse* of declaring that the world was mad by the of both i hills became indistinct and.a* I In 187S the last Earl of De la Warr arranged 'geometrical designs; the I L yea.
(Victory, but the clumsy machinery dropped lord of heaven and earth, and hene the infereno paaad on and away in'th*twilight I seamed delicacy of the minute cubes'.employed, REW say '
it aoJ aUyss 10. *that all thelD1andld.covering of the co near, only two sounds-fragment of 'drowned ,himself, and Id 1876 Lord Lyt. and f bo Intricacy jot tbe, patterns, are 550 ARD?

The Turks turned tile building into a Acropolia. so near that the people standing Pentelicon marble from the architrave tleton, the Insana brother-in-law Glad. marvellous the color is faint unless the, beoo. tAse irmin HATAMABOVT iitit'Ta'U
powder ntstfailc .wber the Venetian gun oathstep*ot the Parthenon could h.-arit, tile Acropolis dropping dqwn oa the rajas ota $ ??escaped from his keepers, threw turquoise has been added .au..n ef ow Uw 4 ot o% r*
dropped *'1 th-*\hat by"'uplo oo sent-tbe 'was a deceit a falsehood, a sham a blasphe 6b tttr4 tdol.Mol the Otheowuadt, me4to qilpiieafot the'staircad of hisojrnhouso ; .bQUbeglitter buy a 10 .*t C1.r wit. 7c
columns flying in tbe air and falling cracked my. Look at the face of his auditors; tbey corns fromta retell on''Mars'!!lroui killed. of the mother-of-pearl gives the whole an DON'T .apee.good.oasfot lle.' jmok.ru mow 0
land splintereJ. But alter all that time and ant turning pales and then ret and< then which w* bad Just lirsoended. But w* wo e. was appearance like tHat jewelry; Upon 0..t.bOfttT "
storm and war and ioonocluim have effected wrathful. There hid been several earthquake by this time so I ar off that the fragments of >A story suicide In.wh\ch. sentiinent our ilepartarb fi re' blind, men were*found See.beWeastcla'
the Acropolia is the monarch of all ruins in that region but that wa the severest sentences were smatter wben dropping from Is mingled is.that-of I'riucrt lUudouln drawn up tn a line at the door. It would W.U.ELLIB&.CO.U'

land before it tow the learning the genius sbqok them men bad ever felt. Man Bill thta were the fragments of fallen heir. to the, throne ,of )J1e1!ume.. _The not have been Mmdult triXSTOX. SttHTU i OA.Ju.LI.UIO
jth*poetry, the art the history of the ages. The Persian had bombarded the Acropolis marble on the Acropolis
1 saw it u it was thousands of yean 0I trout the height of,Mars Bill but this hear parts of flisooioeeted Stttanae waited < [ Magazine iI5Ot to'S200 .W..llld.-..rw.a o..7 scaly
,had read so much about itmbr much about it that ) needed no magician's. terrific. "IV hat," said bit Hearers "havew world*_"ot1 loo4 au-Ratloni'-t-VasH-* t.*lized. sought peace.: Ja the jetarnajeiltncQ Large. 1 A- .1.w..i.dy io.u.me..._ W...ia'..
wand restore itAt teen haulioz with many yokes of oxen for pointed day In'which He will judge thewotld"i"taise.l of the grave. 4. MONTH.1i.se4icIas..p slr.uar7.i.uSI1.
one wave of hand that tow.block from the of th dead." I $pI.e414 ._.. I'.W&lie rIhi _.' iU
my oa dear centuries quarria from *
disaster to member of .
The -- 4.S1 asM .
any largest railway depot in the worldis I low i.k.sa 0 5I
morning In 18S9 it roe before me In the glory Mount Pentelteum and Jiav w* a4 our A. that lI1b' In .Atltens I put mytlrsi .the UothscbiUl dis 3hT8s0beu11._Ir.*n(*a4...l.l.V.U1be .
Ut had when' Pork-las ordered i' and lc nlW architect putting up these ItrU? w.of an- heal on my pillow, ant ttta eicitinj scene sPIIIyII as. great a at Birmingham ,Jjjglujul IV, $pvers I "'.n
Jpbuinr.It ant Phidias chiseled: it and frojiafriMS paralleled splenior, and hv* w* had to* of the day pawed through ray mind thought grace as crime j la. to any other family. eleven acres. .'..".e.... ...Se.. .
; painted it and Pausania describedlit. greatest of ,all sculptors. Poldlar with his oa the mine subject on ".. as a boy Im.p.y This 'was illustrated, by. tho: recent attempts anY' Joeuils ;
lie gate, whlctt were carefully guarded men chiseling away al those won iron p1iments commencement speech Ji jfiblo' of Baron Gtutttr detiiothschild to An ten miles wide recently

t Ipy the ancient open to let you iu and you sat catting away at th_ frisalea4ha Tneatra on graduation day from the New .nd his existence. 11 U attempt at .self- swep'fover the Punjab in India. It -1-0'
aceod by sixty Warble stop 'propylw. .w.tazei the nattoa's reoureeto tile YUT*University, vis.. "Iba moral effects of destruction followed close his loss occupied five day. in passing. ; 'Mtr Ni-yl
(which Epamlnondts wanted to transfer to Vtinoitt, now to be told that tho** tetne *a*. tculptur and architecture* bat further npou '
:'Thebe*,but ion I am glad to say M otb.K. hear nothm?,know nothlnur then 1 cou1.1 h%.. thoatbt In boyhood I of $ ,OOO.QOQ pa Jha ''London market. j The. Idzhost trestle on the line of the TOUXG OB OLD-lTBr wkr m wuu liM Uima WUei ami I wuigleS nouV
;could not be granted for the removal of thta 9 Oh, Paul atop fr a mdfinent and gin* thought in Athens that night that tn*moral The attempt was a failure and in that Northern Pacific Railroad is that across g wiUronlilojjen=SUmiSi *> *i|
.architectural miracle, la the days when th **'* startled and overwaaunext auditor eAecte of aroaUeonr an t nmip.rur depend respect reautntital I his speculation. His I the.Corsican defile Mfrgoula Mont. FREE lllr. iSuil 04
.tcncent* would do more than dollar now Urn to catch their brutal Max a rhetOl'icalp.tl 00 what you do IA great buUduir"alter they rcuAisxn.vVVMUmtW cow Loitoj fjlUay y w".1napoCeKT,
not th, first affair of tlia kind la the feet above tk.e ,
:tha building cost two nUlioa Uire bua4r.4. ) Take a looi around you at the later ant put uu, and ttnoa thai cfitcvcter oCt J.bIt ywas the gorge below. w iMa04D.04op0seezIaIusi0ss.
Jthousau't dollnn. See its flv* ornamental EmUnr landscape, and give your bsrn time men who** fOl'IDS1"out in tb*rnarbl 'liothschlid fatailr.. BaronJames daKotliBohild Glodwin boasts CUAH._, x. ( .'csr'Bl"svAtkIi .7ll'uBBALDXESS .
;gates the key tru ted, to an o6Vr t 3 coverl No. h* doe not make *Yen a V ea1 I tlioujht that night what *trug ;.4 for. only on* day lest lobe temp period, or so much a* a colon or s.muxiioa, msrtyn wool tfirouib in'order tout inv ago,blew out his bnuas in the present of having the largest fraut bam IB th* PREVENTED '.:
;tttoa |ago in and mbappropriate the but launch th* saoond thunderbolt right tim the Gospel nugnt have lull swing his mother. world. It Is 156 feet long. 50 feet wide, t> .. pack*** neMM alkud DI1en.
''eaa.ul'eoa> te too great for him; iu ceiling a after the ant, and in th. same breath 'go*< anj I thought that fcifot wb& a brainy religion and in its construction ,) feet of MUMV.Order ot E totm4 Xrtur_ 4"
Lord James Edward rI
lout ,
** put l Gr.w1u. BiKaftrr tit.
Only May *
JUbI&bnr or blu*.-.r1et..tj Mwlleth not to temple could aosorb hero i
green ant pa to say. Uod it mc 4 tie that a lumber were used. .0 U.Y n.uw WITH fcftUlni.vlac ..
.the w& abloom with picture utmost in Bid.. hand" Oo, Paall is not dsrty hue him whom w*hav eon thought and coloring Yonder is a tempi nor in the Parthenon or more In the Theenin man. the superior of the whole human f&Cttoth.1a of Queensbury, ooiumitttxl suicide by TIle biggest hors in the world is now bow to sto5.tow 10 a'eld batd.apmeti5.
to a godtless cull*! "Victory Without in tile KrechUeJum, or more bat pigsale or hnmunnuli_compar4 hall Wt w. WOOD
( or more cutting his throat with a roior. U. the pride and glory of Detroit. The 0...a'. C.. BT.wT.rk.
Wing*. Bo many of the triumph of tile in the templa of EJUS Olympics than in the with nun; and I tnoagai what rao- been Ireland
travelingfrom during the brat is bands
w6rld had teen toUowrd by defeat that th* open air more than on the bill where we. ar* turous consideration it la that throu b the HI high weigh I AGENTS ti I If. ..
Gretk. willed in warble to indicate that & more than on Mount Symattu out maine grace thaI saved Paul w* shall confront night and btthared in such a strange 2.365 pounds and is possessed of remarkable .,.._. : : ..
victory for Athenahai cotM never aeain ta yonder. from wbica th* b** ce* jsbeurloaevt (his great anort!*, ant shall kav the manner that the railroad officials ordered lute Wgencn. _o nuui ..-
SW'T,f 1 hence thie t**"**'to 'Victory i ":\ more!" responds FauJ MR.dwoUeSb opportunity arald to. tamilunti** of thaw| one of heir employee to accompany him .M.-, TJ.lJ
.Without Wiegs'' -a moleof marble snow not in UuipU mJ with hands. rtia, 01 asking: son what was th'* greatest to London. Upon arrival in that city Th largest lighthouse lens in tils pus _,to'Jn.uk Lea,).ee .
.white and Kuuering. Yonder behold th* But sur Jy the preacher on the pulpu ot occaaionj of all asa li *. Lord country measures fifteen feet in height .
1 de talat Ajrlppv awent,__'let high j rock pa Mar WU will atop now. Bis .. He may .u, "{Ak.shipwreck of MeUta." Douglass put up at a hotel and, I and eleven and a half in width. the inter MM!Watakw Habit*
and *"*. feet"Jkill ?*". dMaea can endure no more. Tw thandejv U. may ay. "Ttt riot at Ephesut." He Vhen the attendant wo not looking, be I nal diameter O-PI1iM eund at boau WIIB*
&bt the oYtflbdwiug WOllder of &It the bolts are .eaouaa. '(. in the same breath hex oiayaay.. "My lass walk ont oo the road ta his throat. The tragic death of Lady foot or eye, being sight out Mia..bock rMLE.a..wooLL&vM.u.of p*'.-

IB the Parthenon la days wha money lauaehe the third tbmaderUxt. which to 0 uaX But I think be will _y. "The day tilt y, who plunged into the too from i eight inches. .

was tea uaus tear*valuable t&aa BOW it oo t Shed to more fiery seers terrible. mire do.seclishiag 1 stood on Mar Hill addressing the tedtcna&tAraopagUea yacht while suffering from fever,will I Th Briticn debt U so Urge that if it IMK WailKbaU B1EY _
four niiUioa six hundred thoumod doliarv than ta* other*, ash* crw out; andiooUngonTnposittMtowarinc .
;Ot to a Doric II'IIII MIIJ'. having farty-U ''jitade of on* all nation." Oh, torn ot the toddM .ln rva, and themejeacy be long remembered. tihe was one of were divided into :1 note they would *' 810JlD.. $S Su &e l.a.asas aD ItOt.DLElUlt 101 pas.0. J. dl.4.4. -
*lUU.s 0nfh; columa \,- fees nLrbi Paull yon forget y b ep-.frgtotbe of ta* Parthenon and all th* brtltUaidTvUlti the moat ambitious women Ott4 remarkably completely cover the State of Ohio three p WaiTe ueLo"L A.W.lie( OILMSC$
iced six feet two inch*ia d ... Woo4rou proudest >*t exclusive audUac in the sof tb*Acropoba. That acooont talented. Whoa she jumped overboard times over If paid In penny pieces and -uNlit WUuHrrOO, D. u.4 'a.n

: latstMxilumnlatlon Painted partiiooV world, u say "of on Mood. YewcaanatBwaataaW 1a the 1S was -. My spirit was stirred last year her husband dived after each penal piled. above the other fto Pentloa. I a r.
urctauavM Uag lwiU, OO Jer. ehUUsof H TOM hung jUne* of BOJ* driioate curve. aal DnokUkDa and and iindefswvr I i I ler, and it was with aocn difficulty that would make seven oolomns *f copper r"---. t1'.r. gJ.'t

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S HOCSEnOLD ATiFA1It The ,"ro_,.lIam Found.C1Utene141fld runlihraeat. Ia the Time of HI beth, h h4i.,
eat rate of (Increased acreage Louisianawill 1 'I. I t.rIIIit.:; '''.'
[ thesis '
.. the entire eoandj Sore In the t.
.' be able to( Supply DOS'1o ldoucr: tan .uT os. that editor for printing those thing During the llf* of Queefl .'7' p, ,,:
with this most. valuable coreal.-NII. about matter of punishment, :we have entered I t,," ..'\.
BIOS 13 'aU EDP'01UU..nXET: Nothing is Aora discouraging to i_; yowl"Citizen1'I ; than I .. :
: Fork Ttlegram.! '. i went to'itel office, butcouldn't opon a time of greater cruelty prevailed f ,, '"' "
.. than to move into Heft
ZX3XTI3IANA.. Rood housekeeper: under the Piantagenet an : -
1 ...., SELECT SIFTU\oSo' house with a neglected 'attfe, where thi '''Whom; find did him. find there!" boiled and women burned for. poisoning( ,i 1"1 ,"., } ','M\i

debris of all the previous housekeeper you still burned-In 1685 one tbu .
Water Ie the Pint< and Last Wan "No one but a great bull-necVod M heretic are ,
has been allowed to collect. It is impossible ",: suffered for the divinity of .
+ Of nice Gl'Owe..GI'.ID the 00,004 low who he was retponrible tot 'denting t'
of ten : pretended
acres '
Crop.-The Nuisance of the Bird. 'Germany ; to calculate how much dust and that article;but .I knew from lit* look Christi Mrs are hailed to the plllorv and }; : \ ) ',
est*. \ unwholesomeness drift ;down througb that he couldn't write."Street A Smith'. sliced oft for defamation and ieditiou ; ". (

C MTell you something about rice !In 'Green Lake, Col., 10,258' feet shot. the house from such a neglected spot "*' Good News 'word; long and cruel whipping are Inflicted -
Louisiana repeated Andrew 0. is the lake In the in through Westmlnstt .. : .
highest has sue case
the sea level this. A good housekeeper no one 'J"1
Wilkinson, the owner of large rice mil world. neglected spot:Mw ,Tfrk;, Journal Young:Lady_"Tha astronomers have and London for forgery. An immens ...-'.... /. '

ill New Orleans, where the rice grown An old Indian burying'ground hsseen' found snow tn the moon." number are hanged$ every year} ,the .Ill't 'but bad( ( t if 'i.\
Is cleaned;;at the Gil letdown "
ou his plantations discovered near Winstead, Con. Bin ASS AND WHITB A38 COAU Old Lady-"That explains It. laces chronicler Machjn continually 'old-fashioned' piU.'Dad to ;
lelnouse. "Iseo'thatthe, papers hat that In th. such a> fact as' that "on thi -the l
'know could make out man '
\ '
aecticut. householders anythlog'abo In
just found out that Englishmen are try Very few 'With bundle of broom day XII were banged at Tyburn VI take and bad to' have taken. ( a
It: takes about three seconds! for a mes 1t the respective qualities of ted ;stand moon wa doing "
ing to buyup and form a trust, of the his shoulder. They must be ana men and V women Mariners wet' < efficient, too. It's only temporary,
{ rice mills in tbe:'South, although the rage togo from one end of the Atlantic. white ash coaU In many small-etties! over hovel*."Street A Smith'* Good New* hanged at low water at Wapping for of- relief you can got from ,J&. ..

agents have been .down there for some Cable to the other. White ash is all that can be, bad; Foi fvnsts committed lea) the good old 'Try something better;,, 'rit.bVr..: t

thing over sit: months. Nobody, f Is It is pointed out as an interesting tact range use, however, a good red ash'.coal\ '1'.. ......11.safety.A1mLwnrcrtewercaenm custom of pillorlzlng! wet maintalnec Pierce's Pleasant Pellets the benefit 1,

'quicker,than JohnBullto scent A barga'u that, people with a tendency to consumption gives out more heat and Is more ec* TO*tto V.txmt.' 'with zeal, and the parading of back lasting.. They cleaneo.,and rogiw 4'

and when the South began ixs,march otdie are never bald. On the contrary,, nomioal than anything else. The ctpt VThtU th
t 1 t road ot its present marvelous growth hey; unosally possess a luxuriant bead oltiair docs not like It so well '.if she is IncliM hAft crllKl enidy.tthe.pert.....+obvious that mall thouaA n flsl in prevent
because it does not bam Iiconeeqqenc for fry of Taken Limo; tbey
be indolent it
his la a golden to more h.r. been del rr he simply poured Bouthem.8tates.moftsy Hi e up rapidly d white ash coal, and,cla-.' *of the AUh: 'prioe denwadta. 101arkllrsro unlawfully; rode triumphantly through' T-x any case: ,, thoy cure it.

sWeata" Into'two coal jour and iron dairies,' otiittimberfanJsJ'lhothospate r 'Igiveragetrench family embrace not be started so quickly but when !t'JA., I\ r,I m..ine4for
1 bought hrcclinembcrs.vand; the average' Irish ,Once started and burning Its lasting, p<|wen <. I "to chunr* IhU date of RIfdta f her head and shbuldon and the tail of the mildfand gentle, but thorough and ,,
beds and notseaqtging itrwaala.l 11"" &boo
: that&ht public l
In England the ; Tear ;
Family, five. average aro.surprising.- Cultivator low.prlet<. gorse, while one went before boating i a effective. There's no disturbance,
/IWJOA new
t that there was a
} to'form a \inhe n etnd1SWhifdWwiutak& lumber C members; oft I l family f isfou L came aware wheel (trlotlj, Another 'was carrict
ttfi.' $tj) safety blc jcl oa the mfttkrt a bras bai.on. woman the dint, or ,occn ation.
: several ;,.. "' 'r high grade, and equal If every particular'. 0I' around a distaff in her hand and a. blue< to system, for-
XSD :Aprevtowjto ,
Don dollars in any way: give them the More than $1,000,000; was received i in ABOUT' PJUSSEBVES 'I' any fnanktacthr.Q this: in all America inannfactoreM or Euro e. baccharred hood on her head tor a common kcold,. One tiny, sngarcoatcdPellet is
.. Cathartic.. p
}Adtrollot the rice market, if ,they: do the "Says Mice Paxton in the J&LLtE'b : a very rarg ttrtoo for a flrtUcmwwheel A. man was similarly honored for selllnjtneasiy ) ;;t a laxative-three for a
it London, England, during past Tcarin Journal: "Jellies and) I : the John P. tovell Arm Uotupanir Ii Sick and Bilious Headache, Conntl-
udceed ia might good -
getting A paying dog' taxes.! The 'London police i thereloreh.lln&boas that ban ever oltf'1'ed ", pOrk and another 'ridlog'wlt '
investment it will be. in this direction if nc be.kept In a dark cool And dry closet. : the pnblle inch a wheel at IIr price that do.. bi. head to the anlmataU; for doln; pation, Indigestion, Billons' Attacks,

"New Orleans U the ''chief rice' milling Are'other.vigilant It you have no dark closet wrap neWaZ ,I not pl..cell. beyond, t'be the"omp".1 reaoh. that of the mannfue-averagDayton' lometh'fttl.llnluconnected! with lamb or and all derangements. of the liver,:
city in America. Fifty years ago paper*.about the preserve jars when ,' torero this puna wheel(th.Lovell Diamond" xaTetr) reaL-Walter Beaant ia IIsrtMr'l.i stomach" and bowels tAro promptly' t ,
have such a xthsug'ss; aIn rioa. ;1& is the custom in Luna,Peru, to keep are put away. Dandle the jars caret alb I f.one nt the old...&of all the mannfactnrlni. cured."
not incrCMjtlle houses in :.jfl..od.havlog relieved and permanently 1
lot' and JS'J
the hou A call
brit now we have sixteen, working mimals on roofs a. 'when you have occasion to move thttpl; I been e Ubll he more cakes its! first appearance on the roof,. for It often happen that a mold formson. Bonlileii being now one of the lendlaa 1>lc'l1l.flrmlln .
220 rice and'embloying .
pounders John p, Level tho smallest and
the United CtateN the harmless ,
comea'downaa fectly ,
md never descends until it the ot the fruit, which does not a haYII'mt..ec1 the .
than twelve' hundred 'men Working top Arm Company I*and has been fof yearn con take--but' beside
these, aliteen mill 'all the' ''yW"'and.ho'ped beef V do it any harm, but rather helps to protect well-known mannfnctnrer of and dealer deeoMptloDJa In Ore. : Beetled and you will have to wait at thii tho easiest to

., .bl10ur other large steam mills,, Lewiston'fe., has a threeycnrolc It, if..not mixed in with it by careless arms l and e sportlnir IS 01. Rood every firm celebratec Itatlcn Its: hours. tOld > that, they're the' cheapest piJIJou.

-ire f ifl list"OrleatAvl1L bb hard pressed ?;5rl who )prattles in French, Swedish and handling.' When you are stinted in'' 1 IU balf-eentniT ann1'ereul.lr. John Th. founder P. ixivell ol, Lady (who' Is a littta nervous can buy for they're; i I'
this bouse
'to.handlelllpf last' season's rice crop. English.. Each of her parents wu a dif. closet room you can place strong sheet although nt.rprWn ...of age,I. still -. the railroad)-"Well, I'm safe ,for tioursanynay. \;:: give1' satlsfaotionor your !Donoyla' .,j

riy>uisana! bar always been known as the Ferent nationality, and she' picked ui{ ot pMtebo&rd-parts 'ot old iboxesod:: I Isndaous..situ' ;member ,fJI. ;iibls! coitus I ."-New York Weekly.uPAfF returned., You inay('only for, the t

Bugat State, but we also want.to add tIt English from visitor*. the top of one layef>f of,turrfblen of jell g b f't ftieA kl K MB good yon get. This is true onlyof -

that of the Rice State of the Union A new style of Buddie-cloth has) 'the onJerside or jan of fruit", and! let Anoth'et rqwjoq I pleious ATe-Vtowot that he aa compels grgangrinder hl a monkey who Is carry so sue ibel i Dr.- Pierce' medicine;;

r lyio is qultintted ,! Well,.th4 firs! made like a waffle. 'The hole.. these. Before storing these jars'in the IJ.punch. i '''''''- -'''''-'''' ,

? aecesait1ot profitable'rice cnltnri. Ii kod their edges ai8 Intended to holdfast closet wipe. ,, them' 'carefully with a wet Miy Mrtnns art broken down from ever. : GSNB' .f. '
Rinse'" this cloth frequently Ia work or omeholdosres. Brown' Iron BIN J DO YOU GROW j1
comparatively level piece of land, properly to the hone's hide,and'prevent slipping cloth. ten rebnl-da the tyttem, aid* dl.w.tlon,,re. S :
i prepared Tor the:seed.. This field i( the saddle-nkth Is,not fastened firmly. hot water It is a wise plan when putting mo".. ..oe.. of bU.., and caret malariA. Aspcndkl VEGETABLES FOR MONEY : I '
jellies to cover each tumbler tonic for women and children.HI .
must be.located so !aJ to bq cobve ientlj; up j ,
A Truckce CaL jiloonkceper baa a.
( TMrtt: oaT
Irrigated from the prairii reservoir or th< iurioaltyln the shape of a couple of big with a round piece of plain white paper,, h(led-the oonple that were married OUS VALUABLE 1"el(> 80"200. 1
docs and then tie on a thin layer of cotton balloon.'" .
flume in the .levee. Highland nee trout joined together like the Slamesiiwins. i THIS elect Pltt.E EMNAVl1 IWHtpe.

'not payola Louisiana', ,the only profitablerice .,, The body of each is perfect,buthey batting." ''nlg Fl.b bf Practical Market unleners and \tMI"'t.I. I IOmw.ay
that water. Water Are not Caneht la a sisters; yet how many tnal*on the following.*.'nbi> la a ''t '
being grown in membrane attached eanolM' and *..tlcal Hew Red {
united manner.
t are by a are pending their time day after daf pr $
; :
U the first and last want of' sprouting,; to their bellies. They are, alive and KUXIl\G'BOv. Llt;& .; tllhlh/lln pen a,..10.-barrel.! .The man who work what Market.<4r...,."U<, aim/itieKourh<>''eliut-e r.r.N..lh.fI.a rtb>.
growing and ripening rice. Before the' trlsky. Ornamental monograms for marking; month in and month out on a few..noulh0 acre ol ..aieandnsl.sawtlhtllsfefoP/*.
make U
round trying to produe
ready for the seed it is divided and table linen charmingly delineated ( hlm..lt and family,. when common .4 Markeel..i'maklpt_ a neat. IlluatraMa...
ground ft A veritable has been captured house rapport 1 i. of /4 P K'. of "ltnl InC "" 1 to e rjl '
ot little levees and watering 'in. the Japanese style consist ol( lenre and hi* past experience toll'him It mwer. MAII.EDKHKKCN: KECKIPTOrenl: \; '
up by a system in Africa. It is in elephant )larger than won't do it,to one ot them. The man who 0 rent*. IN STAMPS OR 'Blt.VEK.' OUillCDOAfALOOVSMAltJCOmt. ,
ditches. It is then planted In drills letters designed with bamboo stalks dec. works year after'year in a shop at 830: a I .*. Add Ireas .
,jiug by machine -pr, rather should he late lamented Jumbo, pea-green in orated with birds In. .various; positions, : month, when his family ex pente* are 933, itmother. JOHNSON fc'STOKH8,' emes.
color trnnkless, and has tusks that branch you cannot buckle a ze.: ...
: 1\tJ'Jr1end. ,
lay that the machine is the proper -waj each holding a spray of foliage and ber .. -.. !- addl.ginh anIghttoothoreryou i i h1111etJelplain
>ut something like the fcoms of a deer cannot bring the suds NNe.a..NN..eN..'..e..W l
broad device is attached an
to do itbut the seed frequently' It t is in possession of native, king, wht'iil ries. To together and keep tb.mb..,.without killing ENJOYS
tasted with us in..Louisiana."Then escutcheon inclosing a smaller\ letter the anlnuil. if your Income i* not lang.nough when '
delicate not part with it.: Theseletters to keep you and your family,or if yon Both the method and result p {PElfCUfTERSf\-!
the'most part, the
comes Maxwell of the United Landing for pant to rave money and cant do it on. your I Syrup of.Figs it taken} it U pleasantand
the Lieutenant : : kind ol' !
In the water manipulation. After are adaptable to every ,resent salary' write to I). Johnnon A Uo., ,
the! climate .of the show how refreshing to''the. Ust, and acts IT runs MKBTJ THC an Of ANT
is Hates :Army, says where embroidery you I Ia
tho soil thoroughly patnttn'rnd : will
is work ;
seed planted \ ieoorative; Ivethemailpryour ; or It yon can on the Kidney
i saturated with water to sprout it, but Dakotas adds' to one1 stature. When .are brought ia requisition, and. ( time they will ntyou I gently yet promptly Printer;; Bookbinder, Lithographer, ,H
o..er' Liver and Bowels cleanses the
once taken off when the ordered 'to that country he wig,, in colon that harmonize poniUon to establish paylnlf bntlnewofronrowo 17- ?
the water ire reproduced where you can make from 1 100 to dispels cold head. Paper Maker or Paper Box Maker,
and had reached tern ell otuall1 ,
anti wcnty:ono years old set bed hanging! ', .. ,
toilet In '
; kept
seeds hgyo.evcnlv; germinated with either the (0o per' tee ."Ptocrartlanilea habitual WHO MAT BB IK WANt Of 'A>lUUTOLAMPAPER
aches and feverand
when growth was supposed to mind a dar* i* clues
he be '
off until the tender shoots of the plant' age" residence there o( sr dinner service, as, they may employed. mur of time"and many a golden oppor- eonatlpatlon.' Syrup of Fig la the : CUTTER, .
the top, but durln'gf several of eieutlng through, '
two( '' or .three. Inchesobovo< There are ways & slip from our IrI'&flP.forevel' 1
'ground.rise You can"easily I see' that. the over a ycae'bo' gr w"three >and, i ,ball : these initials! In embroidery ie want ot promptne Write them at one*. only remedy of iu kind ever pro DK WOULD IlOYVAIin earn MONET mON DX WJUTISO iVOUKS TO.TBS

be eifher drowned out kites white or colored silks or, cottous are nAta, ot imiourTYor IOLXUO,(..jLUVAS ,< plants *
young may :.tin It Countr; { to the stomach, prompt into FOR IL1.tITIt4'l'XD CArAWOUt AkD raZCes, f fit
;pr drfed up ,by.tha'least 'inattention! I in .Some'lmmIg.n carry trunks. effectively set oft with washing regulating the flow. Oa'tbeotbcrhl1nd.with Is easy to imagine what,, happens to I : thre d,.or a'well-padded satin stitch CAnbe partner of the firm of F,J.Chaner AJo. action and truly beneficial A Itlea.a
doing business in the City of Toledo, from the' moat ;
too much water, 'crawfish invade tin trunk when an ordinary trunk; fails wand for the jointed. stems Of the bamboo Uonniy and State aforrfnld, and that Mid firm KflecU, prepared only iu ,

the fields and devour the delicate plants,, on> it. "Why anybody should make' a a*,well...for the leaves and berries,. irui |*"the sum of 1100 for awn and every. healthy and agreeable lubstancez,
be oared Ui it
atarrhthat poops
Dy commend
of vnnnot p4i..esad
:while with none at. \all, rice caterpillar In trunk," a ,bogga emaater,-aayst "it "",with. crewel work: "'for, thV birds. 'An. ;. me u*ot HaU'K Catarrh Core, !many excellent qualities, whohaew.aklnn.soAetMma.skouldses i : .

cut them down and kill them. If ;you ore than'I can understand. They may other way of displaying; this design'' to .' J'1U1'al.: CHIKSY.flworn to all and havo made it' the most I'Uo'iOnrefor ,
before and
to me sand
It kaa ,
neglect the main flume you not'bnlr risk: be'> 'gdod enough to stand, in a house to rent'advantage iis to produce the''' letter >)re ence,this ttt) day of .ubecrIbe4inmy popular remedy known. boo Consumption.tk..a.S. Sib.,. otla/et.
the total loss of your crop, but by j>er- put things in., but they are worthies for in appUque work, and in this case tho J law t A.W.ULaA.uly" Syrup of Figs is for sale In 0 Is.1.tkI.. bseI$ii eougk rot bad erup.to irks.1s "It '

knitting the water to get ahead of you raveling." i bird may ba painted if preferred. The; ,' -r 'fat plfnd md II bottles by all leading drug'ist& Sold ev.rrwher.. nsq t't'ix
Ail who t
there may come a break in the levee and Some of the designs in use on the whole is two inches and halt high.V .- acrt*directly's Catarrb'Cure on the blood I. taken and mucous surfaces Any reliable druggist .

away go your cattle,and crops. Oriental carpets that are so attractive to '11 YotV.WorU.! .it U,syvtein., bend for twt lnionl Toledo l .. may not ,have it on. Band, will procure .. f
J' who
of rise 1 L K.J.C-Hixtv a Uo? ,0. : it promptly for any'on ,
"Tbo most .eipensive. part Vestern ideas of lasts have a ..historyUa3 -- 1 Solo,bruggist.. 76c. t
is about afoot Xerxes and the Irishes to it Do not accept uty .. ,
growing comes when it reaches' back to KECITE I I try .1 f
TITS topped tree by Dn. Kumt'SORKATswiv TE-NTS'V' sis aIre(To
high, after it has been liberally watered; sly Persian kings. They are handed Butter Frosting-One and onehalfup RXMTOIUW No Fit after tnt d y'. abetitute.CALIFORNIA. 1".10 .. '

the grassing of the rice. You from generation"*to generation ol of milk butter size tI... jMarvcloui cue*. ,Traue.anlgI trial ,no SYRUP ca I JcM-rfplieB and. M Ue rink.inwU.
I mean own : of sugar, cup bottle free. Ur.Kline. eat Arch Bu l'hU...Pa.tsoley FUlt.1 and timber .....Ie.t.rir.. see, the laborers wade through the rice, rug akera, mothers transmitting theirdaughters 01 r an egg. Boil all together for fifteen tH nHHOISOO, Oft.mw tl.eret.ry. InmilcratlD _aB.t .fL: .. t.I

pulling up.and throwing "into heaps'all to. ,for most ff ]the carpet mutes; flavor with vanilla; beat until ". ,100 mile hai long proven that the'. river NUt I I. I.tJU/Ir/lU.. I'. rout silt L .', N: V':7.: .:.;.....;. ......rlllCb..1., !
the weeds and water grasses they find. weave*; of the Orient.are women, ; cool and spread before too bard. : -- -

ThIS gr ssrng'c08ta! on an average'about Beefsteak Pie-A paste made of one .w"nt LAmar building nee'llnij up nhoutil a tonic Uk or rnlldrea Brown' ironltten. woo I pwLY'8 ,CREAM{u.7. li.l".II..m"U."J BALMcJ.2f.,1 II.... (,' AR'iy

$.t an acre, and after that is over" the rice Berolotion In Naval Warfart. plAt> of flour and one-halt pound of beelluet It Se nlra.'\nt to take. ana cure HalarlaIdlge.tfoa .belilore., He.lIOre. rash and' ataell an. hare.:
little to do .except!: togive DIIIO'" -n_ Liver Com
but ,
planter has revolution in navalwar- minced very fine 1* very nice for this ilalau make* tbs Blood flub and pure.much .
it plenty of water., One'peculiar A complete Line tho aide and bottom ot a J.' .
about irrigation is that the heads fare will probably be >be result' of soma pie. lean beef rablons run 110 10 the decollete that.
thing It with
dSh and flU
pudding> 1I04reaa84.
the glove
carried out on rn popular are
fill out, no matter uccessful experiments: p
of the rice plants never Vernon with hopped vpry, floe by the butcher, Ulcer u"u..r.t once! for Cold in Stead, V. t
give them:artl- board Her Majesty'! ship It t tflltctexl with ore eyeinieDr.TiiaaaTbomp.m'e .. ''
how much water you with salt and and .J.IIJII V nab 'M N Irl/ -II f. Qtltfo".I Nw
or dally. \ uclesi there are nlratnal'One the torpedo'net cutters Invented'mcmentum by Cap'tala olle > of.Beaaou butter rolled in flour pepper, and two plenty slices ,.. .. .>r.IJruaK"Ia..U. ..111Io per botti. ___._ .' __ era.: > JJl.turb1 lL LLT. 6aoe.,..Win.. ea N.T

'' ; feature ot rice cultivation would Wilson ''The great cut Into .mall. bits. ---- --"""" -_-..5oV' JY".rJ"
of fat pork
be'great fun to'city sportsmen, but it's a Whitehead torpedo, armed with Cap.tain theedgea

terrible nuisance to us. 1 mean the birdl.I Wilson's new torpedo custers, en- lover with and an !lopper bake In crust a moderate' seCaring oven.

ducks'and geese biding' ablea It to cut its .way through any tor. well t :

Talk'abbut the'sun. Perfect your clouds of j rice ,birds, edo' net, given when]too letter is "se' at I Peach Sandwiches( -To maka.peacb 'lIIEYOUiH'S QFION. I 1.1

summer ,ducks rail au angle of forty-five degrees without tndwiches, take very ripe, delicious ;
; ngUahaplurowe
and other fowlMof; the air and: water, parent retaliation of its flight. Th4 }caches, pare and cut them up, sugar
seW well and over them a little r
cutter consist of blades arranged them pour
to see if they'can't harvest our The Fun of Notable and 'wQl be seat FJ .. .
come From daybreak: ,to,dark a IOra fuhioo..bicb sever the wire meshes ream, just enough too soak Into them, !t Prospectus 'caturq'of iSis Specimen Copies
for us.
crops fusillade from tha guns and old of the net, making an aperture sufficient! thea put them In a ,large, bowl or. otbei. Brilliant/ Contributors.

perfect muskets is heard in hundred of square !t>t the entrance,of the torpedo. Iron- deep dish, and let them stand for leY.eral Amides here Ua written expressly,tar the coming *elu )/'a boil .( .ml.*ol MM'&leI...0..., a.o., cobra 'r*

mile of country; O..er'in'this field you lads will no longer be 'able to defend hours,'untH they are post short and pulpy.cake { The Right Hon. W. E. Qladston Count Ferdinand de LeI"",. Andrew cua.de.: Cy..... W. PIc I".'j
from torpedoes, a* the utility Take light rolls, biscuit og f' f
near the shrill shout of 'Creole farmers tiemselves which they harritherto IplU In half, and spread thickly'with th.peachea. The Marquis of Lome. -Justl McCarthy, M.P.- Sir Lyon plsyfslr. Fruik R. Stockton..'

'bricking in French patois; from the of of the net relied, upon for safety is completely These should be eaten cold, Henry dew. -Valll Verestchajln. ., W Clark. Ru eU-. The Earl of Meath.-Dr, Lyman Abbott '

next probably field hands the,deep ando chested another whoop the .done away" with.-Jfiv Orlewt Time*- uel are delicious. Camilla Urso. -Mrs. Henry M. Stanley. ,and One Hundred. Other'sThe x

'negro hoar.e veils &II'the I new American rice )mocrat. Stowed Potatoes Take about a quart Volume for 1893 will Contain. I

growers these who have come irom thegreat Pietnrt. of cold boiled potatoes not over dne Kin UliutraUd Serial 5torie 100 Stories of Adventure. Tile Bet 5hort ''StOt"'.!
Northern .heatllelda. It is scream! Bomaoee of a cot in pieces; allow about one plot ol + ;
Article of Practical Advice. Sketches of Travel. Hints on Eelf-Eduatlon.:
-POp- whoop!- bang!- boom I- There is a very curious story con milk, a tablespoooful of chopped parsley, Glimpses Royalty. Popular'cfence Articles Household Articles.: '
boom I inxthe 'noisiest battle, from' dawn nected with one of the picture in. the one spoonful of flour three spoonful
half ot salt. Ra11waU: ; and Adventure. Charming Children'* Page.. Natural- HUtory Papers.goo .
The rice Wood. hatter and teaspoonful
I to dark that you ever hear. famous collection at Weutwbrth- ,
"* birds are our worst enemies and while louse, Loud FittwUIiam' beautiful' Pot the potatoes Ia a double kettle, pourIn Large Pra. FI... Double HolIdy.KBmbf IUotfud Witty Buppknunt Nearly oo l11uIU.1ool. \

kill millions of them left to manure mansion. The picture .is of a famous the milk mix flour with tha'butter I
'- we millions come in to, take named Whistlcjscktt. and smooth, then stir Into the potatoes and FREE TO JAN. I, 1892. :f '
the 4ela'her of the rice nee- horse is that it has add the salt and parsley-if there I fa not "A"y ird T. New *.lM..rl*.r* wk. will ... ..! ae.l **.. .. ..,. ails wlib ana This {.
"- their places. The ravages the curious thing about it little and *4....a ... S1.T4 ....will *... 'The C...*.!*. JTre* !. ....? 1S9O, Slip I l '
birds some yean are fearful, the crop no background Whett. the picture of enough milk add a molecoverclosely ... I.. a '"I1 Tar ''.. tfcm D".. .Tfcu ...".' breed.. rte llANtae.giviga. t".

-j"* being almost a total loss., the horse was finished soma one in?. and cook ten minute f. OlavT |AJ ... NEW TEAB'H Ole H.III" II....,.. r..

Vis' r:**As soon as a pale jellow tint appears gated that'a portrait of George IV. Salad pressingGood 1uor: :.col4 of Roses IlO'W.wll..des.epl.faha.lr.lpe/.tls..Uttd"ATAIIDOF$ .- Ii* .r.**
over the levelheads of the opening might be placed In the middle and a string bean, chopped cabbage lobster &M4 i, JyC elu pNer w**** *lt.,ml M risk 4
"' -gate the water is carefully dawn cJ landscape Cited, but before this] was letuce etc,} mix well together, Oae: '- 'U THE YOUTH-* COMPANION Bot". M***. r

the fields being draloM as thoroughly done Whistlejaeket was brought to. IM Urge taUc.pooaf ul of sugar, one>> of.salt.- '' ''Wywfi w ,
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possible, and the work of harvesting 5s compared with .the picture, sad, to and on, teaspoonful' mustard; to thisadd : =-: : : .

begun. The dried sheaves are carted everybody' astonishment, attacked bin three large, tablespoonful! of vioe-

direct from the field tthe\ steam counterfeit presentment so savagely thatit .gar.Joapot butter aJ ia/ofof aa I?(?, DONALD KENNEDY COLDS. w

thresher, where the grain 1* prepared for waa nearly destroyed. The incidentwas std two wU .beatea eggs; place dish

market.Th. I. deemed so curious that the vnaal containing this mixture In another of oCOUGHS.

n' profits la rice planting, with l fished pictnrawa4 hong a* It was, sans boiling water, and cook: until Itthickeas: Of Roxluryf Mass says &'
or King George, and 10I stirring constantly. Let cool, sad add ,
good lack, will in a few y fare make any I background '
man itch The yields on good lands in I remains to this day.-XMPHlUants @/ 7'U.1hlI. sweet cream to make as thin a* cL Ired. Y CONSUMPTION

,. Louisiana give from fifty to seventy-five I Jelly of Prone*-Watbi and *oa'< bait Kennedy's Medical Discovery .

bushel totbe:! 'acre. Rico is a plant I UUcortred U ..Arh..u.I a pound of fine prune Ia a pint of
wbka is generous to the attentive and Oar- water. Boil until tender their removeend curoa Horrid Old Sores, Deep. ALL AFFECTIONS OF TUE TUBOAO1 AM) tUNOS,

il3mtdeaa farmer but it reseats neglect There I* some little excitement crack this atone Rub the frail Seated Ulcers of
; I of 40 'lead '
Ark. over the discovery which TAYLOR'S CHEHOKBE REMEDY t
more thaa: any other, cereal. A man can land County, through a sieve and return any 0"I
cultivate fifteen to twenty acres 'of tie* : a remarkably superior article of the stone )have not goo through: the sierr, with standing, Inward Tumors, and

laud, and ft strong and industrious he t knWn a* the Hot Spring diamond.JJst tn*stones, to the liquor Ia which jt was disease of the akin ex. SWEET GUM AND MULLEINIs
well knowa tttaa erery ,
cL& easily tccor from lOW to IOU Charles Garret a sUwsi. Bail: I tai Issue mlaatas,

bushel1 of rice, worth at present prices Springs; jeweler, ba uoare4 a quarry: strata and a4d.oalf a pound Of 111.Dp! i cept Thunder Turzior, and

about dollar ,bosket. The work is eighteen mile from the springs riiU, and to has cut sugar, sad ozoia boil until syrup Hproduced Cancer that has taken root. the BEST JOTOWff EEiE1DY..tik :.
HkiUed UpU to-
Iie ao4
the '
Mix pulp
lard during time, employed yrup
not sad, &a good except living is cheap graswaj with us, a the stones with the new to World'making. Fair ueWAd'upley Rtaer and stir oooMMiatty: uijlll tool.To Price., fW. Sold Jb? every your drugctst or'merchant for It, u4 tAke JlO ob.Utute,
at the frt allow u nothJJJg else ran take U.
one-ha/ of ibis pteplll'04
a pint
isiall nee farmer can easily save
in the United Statei
I said to r. Druggist
dUcoveied sense ol cod when been'
cf his income. I Tb newly : bait aa ounce iftuaiae STtr.0.
gcoas osoat expert e>a to distinguish I mil thoroughly, not put'.L'{ and a a.ia is>apr
T*$ eultir tnjq cf rice ia J>ai; .ianaIi.tllllniu : QUiruhe arl cold, Ornftds. _

infvic: II'. Micy o. the ,mailred : it in beaiiy, bfiinaae aDd all tMtnUaA I Uto the mould! lUlU tin jd'T" -ja t... ....... w- -... _ir1m
are early iunia.j qualities from the real diataOB of ; ,
rw r-r-'" .
fc ear siuauoa; to rice, and at the ftM-! n.u.-lhMHr/ll. I I 8s ArJ.li.lnyi. UII ,. ," Mal. 'Ii'

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Wnalf wn211.ttwfwrs wmrai are toughing o'er In 1 Favor. of Canaveral t: :"-. I'm' ,.t:. ;., :. .< .,. : O. The Bazaar will carry a fall Dtle of
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the worn and faded h'*. ,i* .r '' m '
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And thick the leaves are falling from each andVnien'the FLORIDA MIPIM AND YEOMABIES ". rt"i' .

aretiil tree politician
And yrasmeli rotes the smell of camphor In the dug. from the West Indies and Central Amen. ro -' 'd o. S'II: ,t+ L.( GOODS i
up erercnetelWhen fear ,Look at the figures 0 ,
: g..a.
mosquito screens have disappeared, and Crop of Brevafd Co. Freight titrisfllls 1m.' to:' .. : > ,
on the toothsome butter toNew.York.Dozes :: $t Irr6- ,
The uportiye fir no longer strolls and make.rod U! i'5 a'm e 1"1 :
tJ orders tot
bad word. utter .0ran M, lemons and ; p And would moSt respectfully same from parties down theihfOur
Then no presaging soothsayer needs to whisper limes, 127,124. at (KM... $76,271.40 ,. u.f '0'E '
line of f fSeOES
In your rear I Barrels pineapples i'Z'L' .
That the melancholy days have come-the saddest cabbagesetc. I'
of the year. 24,630, at 100.,. ..'... 24,630.00( i a _' :: .'T
OCT., 1881., Crates of vegetables, 11,805, 1- if. a!. Vol

"'OnrpentenVanted r Florida at40c.. . ..'. .-. ... 4,648.00( ; : o, a.i t! 0, Is the most completed any on In'dlan'River: ,
: = il; ,

To examine works better the Gage easier Self-Setting and from $105,050.40Rates to ; 3s Q' .. CI- "S' :'t! v CLOTHING HOSIERY HATS'TRUNKS, :
plane. It quick- on same Havana New .d 'E hp ,
rrt saves time, money and hard work. York per Ward steamers S ... F J aba
Can be set in five seconds. Changed 127,124 boxes oranges, etc., I W" : if q Q t Tia 'The Quality and .Prices of which has established as THE LEADEp,3C|

from double to single iroq In two see- at 1\0: per cllblo ft.,,800. $38,137.20 LOW PRICES In this part of the world.. .
onds. If your dealer don't keep it,"send 24,030 barrel crates, pines, w 'M ,tj
to 8. B. nnbbard A Co., of Jacksonville, etc., at 50c.... ... .'.... .. 12,816.00 [ .. : 'J. 1>. TURNER & Cy-
'Tla. It Is easier to get them from them, 11,805 crates vegetables, at I : p''w enVJ
and there will be less freight to pay than 15o per cubic ft., 20o.tt. .. 2,3'13.00t {I f-il SQ .H -==
to send to Vlneland. We will gladly ; lei -
Rive any information wanted. Gage &. jj r; 33. rr'-p' :ae :CT,
Tool Co., Vineland N. J. 6Tor Freight on one year' crop, aI I () i a.is-II .. gtd

.eolle Tltusville to New York.,. $105,650.40. .F't1r: Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed
en.I. Fertilw.I
pain In the stomanh. and cholera Freight on same Havana to m .1J.l ,; rl.
mortal there Is nothing better than Chamberlatu'e ,
New York.....10.. ....*. .. 62,828.2)) if '
Colic, Cholera and Ularrhosa Remedy 8Si-' M call Attention of the People of Indian River to Stock '
For eels by John M. DxOII. |TM 1 (ro a0' my of
Annual loss 'to Brevard Co. $52,829.20 I ..Et

Any Time, from Tltusvifle to New 'York, p o LIJ. Bl ... Staple & Fancy: Groceries, I rjult'

usually to B days. One-fourth of fruit (D I. snp And Food Products
and Vegetables reported In bad conditionon 0 oi Id Of AU Kinds. Also My Stock of
(LEFT onn FROM LAST WEEK), arrivaL Annual loss from delay en I

'onfluenta.'Ellas Matter Is on the. sick list, with overland route, $50,000.route, $102,828.20.Annual extra cost of 0P o ih F r. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal

Time from Canaveral to New'York' :, ? Ground :Food and Wheat: ..
A., E. Saeger made a flying trip to three days. ', I am the only' house on Indian River dealing exclusively 'In the above nllll
Titusvllle hut;week. What Brevard county' would save on Goods. I buy close, and will sell !close., 'I invite your correspondence and told

T. A. Taunnan'Is absent for a time. one crop would establish a connection f your patronage. ,Very truly "
'visiting friends in VIrginia. with daily Havana steamers at Canaveral. BREVARD COUNTY JAXZS HOLMES, President A. 2,. ]aa.A.Dy.: :
It would pay the county to' build and ALDJl'1'A.TATLOa -
I Capt. A. J. Lewis, Jlutchlnson's maintain A pier and a tram road to Ban Secretary. GEORGE M. ROBBINS WALTER S. GRAHAM -
Island,, was An Ankona visitor over Sun- ana river and collect tol1.J'lorJda'SCar.To Attorney-at-Law., ,
lay.. Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company,

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Chaffee'wero visitors my Friends and Customers. -

to Waveland and Jensen thlsf week. TrrusTiLL,hot ,Dec.I,1m. REAL ESTATE Robbins & Graham
FleaM allow tbatk COCOA '
ma to yon forgone patronage .
C. T. :McCarty has a new and substantial and pant favors,and I hop to merit a conilnuaoc ,
steamboat dock In front Of his place, *of the lama. Mr. B.r,Urmjr'i Urn andntereoU : ,,1880...
in six feet of water. being required with 'th Tltusyllle
electric' Llht Co., ncoeMltatos his nlllOK m* EXCHANGE LAW ,LOANS AND REAL
Forrest Hamor. who has been a great t bU Intcrecu In the Drug biulnem. Aa the bUlI- dAPITAL: ESTATE.
rheumatIsM new will not justify 017 employing a bookkeeper '. .
sufferer from /or many : and having an the work to do mjrMlf 1 Paid, Up, $25OOO.,
months,;! Is rapidly recovering. am foroed to make a chanJ8.( No matter how COCOA -Indian River FLA. '
near and dear any friend map be; bow anxious Authorized, We have For Sale a Large Q List 'of Carefully Selected MMJliYer
'Mr. Charles Rant is building a new and willing! I may be to pl_. I cannot flu any -
house. On his return from New York order nnleM it I* accompanied with the canh. ,
All such will be filled. prompt and to the bent ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
lie found his place in tine condition, under advantage OMlble. left will of All Kinds Sold and Properties
)) Any money over Property Bought .
the' 'Honey to .Loan at Lowest Rates. ,
efficient management of S.: T. be returned In cash postage atamnii,or draft on :
Hughes. again the Indian for Hirer State BanI:. Thanking you DIRECTORS: Exchanged.i" Agents for Sale of Lands of the' Florida Coast Lint

J. Tangeman, W; W..Fraatz and''son, io me for tourcutomandtheconfidencshown G.,8, HARDKK:, President. Canal and Transportation.. Co., .
Will ,of Blairstown, Iowa, audit Ed. re"peotlull7. Jons- M. Luca.N JAMES HOLMES: Tice-Fresldent Ail Inquiries will be, promptlyand CA.1TA.a.. LA.N"DS.
Frautz, of Hagerstown, Md., are with, u* R. B. HOLMW, Cashier. reliably. answered. Fire Insurance 1
for the winter. Mr. Frautz.will Improve How to get Rid of Fleas. ALBERT. A. TATIX, J. M. BaD EM, written In standard companies at lowest Florida Southern Railway,JacksonvilleJ.Tampa'& Key West Railway Compaj
his place here and Mr. Tangoman will J. F. W also make some improvements on property and other Low Priced Lands.

In the narrows Fleas' annoyed an ingenious Washingtonian IWon.ey.'to: : jCcOAZl.: .9..W4'.t.y011:' : Hand.:

Preparing land for sotting orange and rid of them, and:he'"It thus those describes who are how troubled he got At Ten and( Twehf per ant< in sums to tutl.
lemon trees, Is the Order of the day.Tast with this insect will place'the common Clyde 'Steamshipp Co. Write for Descriptive Price Llst'of_Carefully Selected Properties.

experience shows that both do well adhesive fly paper on the 11001'1".of the Addrgsg; p. o. box 108, TitUBvilleFla.
here, and over 1,000 will be set this year corns Infested with ft small piece of I
in one small neighborhood. Prudence rash meat in the centre of each sheet, ; '
dictates diversity. The old Herman, hey will find that the fleas will,jump EDwX1 D' 'STILI1VG.

Smith and Ripley groves' are conclusive toward the meat and adhere to the pa- I:. I dooO ., :I': .iaa. ,:ZESi: rex.: Fla.:
In favor of
arguments orange growing per. I completely rid a badly Infested
In this locality on our better class of house In two nights by this moans."- Dealer in ,

hammock lands.Mark. Yaw liladf. -. PAINTS HARDWARE STOVES,. TINWARE I & AGATEWARE) ,'

Your Linen. For, 8ale-Mcrrltt's Island Land. PLUMBERS' A MILL SUPPLIES OILS, GLASS A PUTTY TABLE

nUbberBtamf.with your name bottle "Car- A POCKET CUTLERY. BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING
Ink, only Met*. Forty-five acres, fronting Indian and ., 4 WIRE ,
Marks Clothing, Card, Hook, ere ']thinpq. Banana rivers in 0, 10 or' 20 acre lots I CLOTH. '
Va.rWmthern Rubber Co.Manufacturers,Richmond, Improved or unimproved. These lands :DOORS, S.A.SEI:, :ar.XJ.VIS: : :a RIoH,

_, _______ I7tf- are M well adapted to the culture ofplneapplea 4. =..aNw Lime & Cement, Shingles &Lath.

", The Beer t Bargains bananas, oranges lemons Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds Ship Chandlery v Goods,Qsna

We can offer at present are as follows land limes in} guavas Brevard and early For as any York Charleston and Florida Lines. Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets-;
Lot one, of section 82, township 26 county. particulars .ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn :Mowers, Ice
ftouth Range 87 East, containing 58andand apply or address, with self addressed envelope Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and,
42-100ths: acres, has quarter ,.of mile J. A. BOOTH; The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed Chimney Pipe? Flags & Bunting; '
river front, land Is light high hammock, 9e Brantley, Fla. to sail as' follows : Table and Pocket Cutlery; :Mouldings, Scroll Work etc., etc.

balance is good pine, four miles northof CALLING CHARLESTON.. S. C.. BOTH WAYS. .Catalogues qample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondence
Eau Game, one mile north'of Goshen A ton of Mr. M. D. ru.M a merchant (STAXDABD TIM..)f solicited and estimates furnished promptly.
Gibraltar, N. C., waa ao badly afflicted with .
post office. Price 130 per acre. From Hew York From JaekaouY1U..
beumatiam for a:year or more aa to be unable Pier ,K. B. STKAMEB florid
The south of lot 1 lather ( 29 )
twenty acres sec to work or go to aohonl. till concluded Wednesday,Nov.iIIth, at'8 1 M....."IROOtTOIB,"..'......Tnesday, Dee. l"tf at ..00 .....
tion 80, T. 29 S. K. 87 Eo,pas a small to try Chaniuerlaln'a Balm on the boy. It r ..
Friday, Now 27th,at S p. .....MALOONOUIN-.Thursday, Deo. 3d, at SM ..... '
lOOn cured him and he baa since walked one and
Louse and other improvements, known a half miles to school and back every school day. Monday. Nov. 30tti at 9 P. M.'.CHEROKEK.".Sunday, Dec. 6th, at T JO ...... The Name of This Pap Has BeenChanged
as the "Nicholson place" at Hartland W cent bottles for sale by John M. Dixon. n... Wednesday Deo. Sad, at 1 P. M. 8KM1NOLK: "... ...Tuesday })eo. 8th, at 10.00 .....
poet -office. Good Friday Doe. 4th at S P, x."YKMAS8EE".Thursday: Deo. 10th, at 11.00 ...*.
high bluff river
Monday Leo.7ti{,at S P. .."IROUUU19 ......Sunday Dec. 13th, at 1 JO P.M.
front. Has a.plendld, stream of water Rockledge. Wednesday, J.>eo.9th,at S P. M..,.."AioONOlTIN"M."SKMINOLE ........Tuesday, Deo. 16th .at ..00 .....
Tunning;through the, property. Price Friday Deo. llth, at S P. x."CHEROltS '......Thunday, Deo. 17th, at 6.00 ..... to that of
.SolJUL, Monday, Deo. 14th, at S P. i .....Sunday, Deo. 20th, at 8.00 .....
Wednesday,Deo.16th,at S P. M.......1'JtMA881t ".........Tnesday, J.k0. Seth, at 10.00 A.M.
N. W;} of 8. E..i of section 24 T 27 Carpenters and Friday, Deo. 18th, asa P. ....,. .IROQUOI8I..Thanda", Imo 24th, at 11.00 .....
It. 87 E. being forty acres of land on thepenlnauf. painters, plumbers Monday, Deo.21th, at 8 P. M....."ALGONQUIN,"......Sunday, Dec. Pith, at 1.00 P.MWednesday :
{., opposite Melbourne which is masons are in demand, and are drove to ,Deo 23d, at S P. ......"CHEROK1 "........Tneoday- Deo. 2Mb, at 1.30 P... '
their utjrooatWhat, Friday, ,Deo.l6th. at 8 P. x."SEM/NOLB! .*' ,..;...Thursday, Dec. Slat, at 4.00 ..... "Indian River
pronounced by the County surveyor as Monday eo.ltlthatS 8 P, YEMA88EK".Bunday. Jan. 3rd. at. SJO ..... Advocate'JTHE
excellent pineapple land. One mile has become of the railroad' that Wednesday,Dec. auto,at 8 P. ....... .I1lOQU0I8.Taeada1. Jan. 6th, at 8410 A.M.
north of East Melbourne. Land in this was to be running through Rockledge tooqulna ,

neighborhood, of similar character, has f eOn St. Johns River Line. '
sold recently for $00 per acre. Our ,
Benton six
avenue large
price to, twenty all lands dollars offered per by acre.11.1'are The titles are being erected which makes, It, look For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on CARPET

feet. Location character and quality per quite thickly settled, up 1 the St. Johns River. '. PALACE .

will prove as represented on inspection. Wro. M. Mervin has hU new mansion 48 .West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
Terms, on any of the above, half cash; tearly completed, just south of the New _. The elegant Iron BI.s.WbeelBeaamera, ,, ,
balance in*one, two or three years, at .ockledge Hotel, on the south aide of "CITY OK JACKSONVILLE. Where you wiH'fJnd the very best selection of
ten per cent. Correspondence solicited. Benton avenue. In front he has completed Carpets Mats .
ROBBISS A GRAHAM out is the river, a little harbor > OAPT." W. A. SHAW.a-. .
0'tf Titusvllle, Fla. where his naphtha launch Is moored safe ;-' 'FREDERICKDeBARY; ,Shades, Oil cloths, i., ,
from all blows ,
;. aCAPT. T. W. LUND, JR. Mattings, Lace curtains, .
Fort Pierce. The New Rockledge Hotel, under the
management of H. P. Shams the An'appolnted to tail from ckaonrllle. dally except Saturday, U 3JO p.m.anc1 from Sanford, Rugs Cornice poles
dally except Sunday at s a. !Do ,
Rev. Mr. Klapp preached last Sunday I. being enlarged, repainted, raised up BOUTHBOUKD. '' SCHEDULE NORTHBOUND. Potters, China,.Sf Iks,
to one story and put In first-class condition Read Dowu. Bead .
a large congregation.Mr. n will be managed as a hotel by Mr. Lear. IJII P.x............,.......Jacksonville...........:..Arrive UMr.n Up And Mosquito Nets.I
James 'S.Mr. K.............. .'.....ralatVa.........................Leare TJOm Estimates given.
Bell has his house Samples sent The
got Rogers,. of New Haven, Conn., well .. ... .. only exclusive c>rpe\iojMg tnFlorid-
IJOA.H.......... .. Astor .. .... ... ..... u a.oor.x
painted up and It looks very nice. known: as a first-cUsi caterer. .. 2.45.X .....................,..8L Fnsorb......-.......... 12.611 P.III Our Goods are TJB BEST' and the Prices inn LOWEST. '
It 6.eeA.Y.........:....................ilensford......................... w 11M.A.0S .. Mail orders will receive prompt attention. : '. .
Capt. Sanders and Mr. MUter paid usa H. 8. Williams, Frank Woolen and e.00A.X............ "..............;-.Blu*Bprlnn............., 1IAOA.MArriT
visit last week from Eden. several others are erecting, and making .S.OOx.M......%....,...........Banford? ... 9MA.SJ5A.M. .If. 01.arJ&. t*:, Oox1oott, ,
Onr large and neat additions to" their dwell- 44 .. *rprIae....<.....M.... ..ao .&. .. ept-6mo 48, West Bay Street, JMbsoavfe. J1L
gent store-keeper Mr. Cobb left
for TltnsviUe tugs Everybody seems to have caught General Passenger and Ticket Off lce.88 W. Bay'St., Jacksonville.
on Saturday's steamer -
the fever of making improvements Its r. M.IKONM ONOKB.: Jr.. Florida Pasaennr Agent,88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville,.J la. Eatabllahed lu 187O.dto .
The saw mill Is now running In ,good certainly the air that we are to have W.. r. OOOKM VAT, Traveling Passenger Acent,9 Bowfin Orson, New, York.J. ...a.N'S.Is'N": : 1:
order O. PKLOT. FrelghAgent,on wharf foot Hogan stew Jacksoorill Fla. OOACLPY'.
and cutting good lumber. a big boom this winter and more vision JOHN L. HOWABIJ. Floriaa rrelght: Agent fix*Laura Street,Jacksonville).Fla ,
:Mr. Klapp got five thousand slips In two to one, than ever seen here be- J. A.L :STJK.: BapeHntandeat,fool Laura Street Jacksonville,Fla. (SUCCESSORS TO G. w. HAnDNIf,)

{ant week from the Keys, and Is busy fore. M'J'HEo.*HUM U.. 11.EUKU.u.CI.YOJC.Traffia Manager Aaak!Trafoo Bowling Haoager.Oreen*Bowling, New' York.o-iew York. Wholesale and Retail Wines and

setting them out. The Indian River Hotel Is being painted WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen1! Agents. Uqpon.
Senator Quay and party hat been renovated and put in flrst-claos con- ,
living In their house this winter, but Itlon, under the supervision of Mr. A. II Booth WhArw Philadelphia. 5 Bowlla Oreon._York. California} Wines.
left for the north on Tuesday, I S. Lee. He Is also having a pavilion MoDOjoielaRje, Kentucky Bonbon Whisky,

The people are busy now setting out bum over the water in front of the :JNCJAN RIVER:: I :OTFI.1TITUSVILLE. PRICES, NEVER BEFORE: ATTEMPTED.
plants for the use of the guests also ,
their gardens. There will be hotel ; a Claret.u.... ,;.-Per GaL 11.00
quite a few Urge gardens around here ook La (o built which will be the Port... .... .... ..-.,..... ... .. |4 *i 1 ftA Per U Case tV4 $3.00
,t There wu a test on the ti rer. The hotel has been Sherry! : ........ .... ........--w-........ 't, .. 1.110 A (M/ .t II 6.00
dance 80o
very nice given a' enlarged, and an electric plant put Into Angel! ............ .
the hall last x en ..... ........ .n 4' !. o u
find refreshments Thursday night; Ice cream light the house and grounds in front, Indian River Hock ........ .... .F.. .... ..?. .. ... M it __ w ? 0.00 ;
were served all the 4.001
which wilt make It very attractive. Mr ;
vveolng. Dancing was kept up till early Lee has been the busiest man in Roek-. Fla. V Aril lpri_ IdJ: 00." 01. W. Bay street, JACXS01fVILLl.
morning. > ledge the put summer looking after the T -- =-

We were glad to see the return for the Improvements for Mr. Dwyer, the owner, RICHARD. GOODE JAMES T. HOGO.
winter of our northern friends Mr. and :who has arrived with his famjly.[ L M. MABBETTE
hrs Elaine. They brought a New
Haven friend with them. Money In Tobacco.The PBOFB. Florida Real Estate Exchange

There was a nice pound-party given at -
Mrs Carleton's Far an and Fruit Grower, the ,
body themselves Friday night immensely Every.hop. leading hortlceJtural paper of the South, Open AU The Year. MELBOURNE Brevard
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Notice.' -, of Henry J. Fenton Esq. Tobacco agent f alk from RaIlway depot TAXES PAID FOR NON-RESDJENT4
Eau Game town Iota for sale between of the F. C. k T. ll'y. Should be pleased and Steamboat landing CONTRACTS TAKEN FOR, SETTING OUT ORANGE GROVES AND
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or residence. Apply&tOfWm. T-h. C. W. PACOSTA, 0' On the bank of the PLANTATIONS. '
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