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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1891
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS.- ..Take :your washing to the New York -The Basaaf keeps XMas goods; .. --Mr. J. M. Minor, of Tillman, was' In -Mr. Robt. C. May of Rookledge. -Mr. C. G. Weld of Boeten, '1A" h,': '\JJ'
town was In town yesterday. town to-day. ,r: .'
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yesterday. tr
Laundry close to Indian River HoteLGents" -Capt. J. H. Hogan, of Banana River,
; is in town today.Capt : Stetson's best hats at the, Eagle -Just as we were going to press we -sew dross goods-novel-nice- 'a "', .L:...} : .'
ties, shirts, etc., for'Holiday : Chas. Brock of Clothing, House, TitusviUe, Fla. 181 were Informed the Progress had broken B rMr.CbM.IINeuman. > '. ; ... ,! hl+
Advertisements under this bead Sharpes, was I
,
,
: trade, at.Goldsmith Bros. -1 down' near City Point, and is returning.The .. \ '
in town Tuesday.A Mr. M. S. Same of Courtney placed of .I.Iau ;
t':1'1'
ing ten cents line week. and
K.
are per per Messrs. S. E. R. Eaton, of firm of Jones A Atkinson attorneys In town
Hotel was ,
perfect fit assured In suits at the bis autograph on the Indian River yesterday
,-Very pretty design In rings at Chug.Ki Boston, were In town Tuesday.The Eagle clothing Hoqset Tltusville. 181 register yesterday at law, have dissolved partnership. -During the season of 1801 It U said .;

;.Morgans 183 latest in jewety at Chan, K. Morgans. -Mr. D. St. Clair Nisbet, and Mr /-Capt and Mrs. Paddlson have beenon Servfoe.church morning and evening ROY.at that Mr. M. F. Dwyor, of' Rookledge.won ,
The
,-Mf., Geo. A. Letford of Chicago, 182 John Macdonald, of Indlanola, were I In ft few days visit to Jacksonville, this Episcopal B. F. Brown will,officiate.on Sunday. $134,005. ._', ', ,'ii"Mr. .

was a visitor to town on Monday., -Mr. J. C Scroffglns; of Baltimorepaid town yesterday.Miss week. They returned yesterday. "On Indian River $1.60 at theIl'fDI.l.'t and Mrs. 'Cart C., Curtlsa" bate ,;) ,' ", .," !
TUusvllle a visit '
on Tuesday.We
,Dolls.. dolls, large line to open Monaday are learn that Lena B. Johnson, Melbourne' ,.Dread Is the "staff of life.'* Altrce's RIVED .ADVOCATE office, Tltusville. rented the Decker cottage,.south of Indian ," 4 '
pleased to Mrs. popular postmistress who was In townto River Rote' ;
Goldsmith .Bros.I i cAke falls to make It 100 U .
at never .
morning, yeast '
I. M. Mabbette
I 'is recovering from her her homestead returned
on
prove up ,
illness. package; ISo by mall. 23*t.f. -Mr. Moon of .Chicago started'tor -Look out"forthe'great yacht race : \..
,.;-Mr, Av O. Carpenter, of Boston, wasa severe home Saturday.For' ,
visitor i to TltttsviUe on Monday. -Parties -The state gathering of "tho Tax: A.. Rookledge on Wednesday. Ha and Mr. for 100.00, at Rockledgo, on Jan., 10th., ,
charter
wishing- boats for charter the '
sale steamer
i or Entrance free. See 4.,
lessors Association of, Florida, are in 8. H. Peck of the Duval Jacksonville, P"jre .f'
and Mrs. C. E. .Chaffeo of An. Indian River, Lake Worth, or Miami, Ancient City. May be chartered by the ,
-Mt.
W. R. Sanders Hotel '
session at Tallahassee. will the at
shortly Tropical is- l
call write to G. Altree open -Mr8. A. Becker of Montreal Cana- *
Tltusville. 0
kona, have been In town a few days this or day, week'or montb.* For terms and. of :Brevard Is In attendance. 1.
Rockledgo.We :
in town to-< her' to
-The particulars, apply to Captain Joe Smith, Shads lay. on way
.week. steamer Progress In commandof "
::Mr. John Mellor of writes A
Chicago
Titnsville, Fla.! 18-tf must make rpom for new stock. ,,
the home-made Indian River Capt.'C. F. Fischer, arrived here about to the effect that he will be unable tovisit
--Try ns '
Can make It Interesting for all $
12 o'clock on Monday night. -The 'steamer In course of construction wishing -The 4th quarterly conference of tho
manufactured H.' C. 'Stark Indian River this winter owing to "
Cigars, by ,. In clothing line Gardner .
for the Tltusville, Oak Hill & Canaveral ; Methodist church will convenehero' on '
anything
-Call and examine the line ; '
Malabar Indian River Fkv 144t new o: HMiealth.
,
Steamboat Co., Is so far advance -I the 17th and 48th tnst This will be the ,
Jewelry just received by Chas. K. Mor
Pierre ;Lorillard has purchased the gan. i 182: that she will, probably, be launched next. :,-Mr. Fred, :F. Taylor Jacksonville who has beenon -Th Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co. last service 6f the presiding elder' for '

2-year.old chestnut colt, Curt Gnnn i ft few days' visit to Te- I have placed the funnel ,on the yacht this conference year. fMr.
OOO.Mr. -MI' 'and Mrs. P. Koller arrived In week.For turned to Cocoa on the afternoon boat which for "
for building
from W.H,Laudman $1 Canaveral are '
sales Steam yacht "Lolllboy.; I they '
Guy I. Metcalf. editor and
town from New York on Tuesday, and Wednesday.The I pub'
club of and Monday
the Canaveral Boston
= J::,Hector of Melbourne has Reason, too small. Inspectors laY: ; Usher of the \ > '
C. left for their home at MIcco next day. took the The worked Tropical 6'tm, Juno who ITitnsvlfle
steamer Progress placeof had steam engine ..
"Finest built boat of her class we eve up. ,
been In town few this week at- has been Jacksonville
a days on ft to' '
trip returned
Firewood, hardwood, for sale cheap; saw." For full particulars address: John the steamer Georgians, on the run between satisfactorily and she will make her trial '

tending to. his duties as, County Com 1.00 per load; $0.00 per cord. Apply to E. Harris, Saint Francis, Fla. 15*5' here and Melbourne.- YolIterday trip Sunday The carpenters 'are now homewards here ,, .
missioner. John E. Bennett, TitusvUle. 154 morning. The GeorgIana will bo )laid up at work putting on the finishing touches. :yesterday ,
Private Glen Strohm still holds the .
l'B line silk umbrellas, for '-The steamer Sweeney had a big loadof for repairs. '-" t-TimtrUnion. Information is wanted of Lewis T.!.
Pritchard medal he
,Xmas, trade, at Goldsmith ,Bros.I freight on her down trip Monday. It himself the best, drilled having man again, on proved Tues- '-In consequence of the fitness of -The regular monthly'' session of Towle and Walter Towle, to' whom vnl-, I
uable has been
-=Mrs. Johnson, who has been in town is evident this boat is still .popular 'with day evening. Miss Lulu Hosiok, the dance at Masonic Brevard Board ,of Count)'. Commllslon- G, 8.Holmes property, administrator bequeathed Manchester by
;
during the two weeks attending on the people. and'C.n. Hall, last night was .postponed. MII8Lulu' ers took place on Monday 7th
past .
-Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Clark lasted N. H. Bee advBrtlsementIn Timt.UnI01lot +
her sick sister, Mrs. J. M. Mabbotto, returned -Mr. B. Young, who has been on a Clark who arrived in tow from Connecticut many friends' hope to tee her out and, with the usual adjournment, yesterday i '
to her home at Kisslmmee on visit to Capt and Mrs. Brock at Sharpcs, last evening started for again ere long., until noon on Wednesday.. A good deal ,
Monday. returned here on the Sweeney on Tues their winter Thursday home at Rocklodge, on Friday !- -The attention of our readers Is called of business was discussed, part of time -For toys, lee the,bIg: line. at Goldsmith j''
Bros. selection V
day. afternoon's steamer. to the'new ad. of Mr. W D.Rolers, being ocoupled in hearing appeals against Largest on the '
: Grain, cow food, cotton seed meal, certain assessment The most important river. -t .
of the New
-Thirty Tons Prime Cotton popular Rockledgo
etc. promptly delivered to points on the Bright :Dame Rumor has been around with; manager the Board the -Tlie ',
matter before was President's
Seed Meal, $20.00 Cash, f. o. b. This Is Hotel Rockledge, on page 8., Visitors, Message'appearedIn ,
',river,.at Jacksonville prices, freight added lower Jacksonville prices. Send a report to the effect that the Jupiterand tourists and others coming to Indian consideration of tho bids for the erection tho TimrvUninn In full yesterday., ,It j. 1 ,

by Pace & Doyle, Titusyille; 15* orders Immediately ,to Pace A Doyle, Lake Worth Railway may at no distant River would do wen to stop at tho above of a new county jail which was postponed defends'the"tariff, acknowledges: >that 1 '
date be extended north to Sewell'sPoint ,
after discussion, until next meet- "the Force Bill" be with
can dispensed ,
;-Mr. and Mrs.'Howell Titus are now Titnsville, Fla. 17
to meet all south-bound steamers. hoteL.PIerre of the Board "'the .notice .previously and the Canal scheme ,
gives Nicaragua
ing a ,
of brand-new which
possessed a piano,> Lorillard't beautiful
W. II. yacht
of
-Capt.- Sharpe
-
Sharpes -Sharpie, Reckless, for sale. Length, given having been found Insufficient to 3
arrived here Monday; from the factoryof which here last winter Is
gave our office a pleasant call on Mon Reva, was now boom.At '
80ft beam 12ft draws about 16 inches meet the requirement of the law. '
,
Hallett A Davis Boston. ; ; the Eagle Houlo 1
', Messrs: day. The Captain speaks In glowing In Cnarlofttown en route to Jacksonville Clothing you +
the Cocoa Has good, roomy cabin that you can Mr Lorillard'a house boat to winter Mr. John Macdonald. of Indlanola will fled .a line of samples of ,custom,
....The prettiest line of neck wear and terms of Beach, and thinks ,It stand in. Apply to Capt. C. F.Flsoh; on If
silk handkerchiefs ever shown in this has a groat future. up the Indian river, got stove up on the while at the Indian River.Hotel, yesterday made goods, from which you can'order'your
er, orJ..LoriDard'Jr.-TltunUe.! way down, and Is now at Norfolk under told ux a funny story, the truth' of garment made If you cannot,. bel \ tJ ; ,
market are now on salo at the Bazaar.; -Mr. J. J. FKtunery, of Clifton, has '
Mrs. Geo. F. and her two lib
,- Ensey suited In made Titus
been /going '"'palrs.-Ttme..ynion. which we do not doubt The other day ready clothing. }
d spending a of days in town. s ;
,.-Mr. and Mrs. Metcalf, father and couple tie sons came up to town the end of las bis villa ,
he had missed from hen house -181. "
J B. W. Jerome, with his eggs r
He Is making a number of (f-Mr. naphtha
improvements
mother of Mr. Guy Metcalf, and a lady week, and are.. on a visit to Mrs. M. E.Titus .. {
> and around discovered ;
looking a At, the' Town election 'held
north, last at his place on the lagoon: launch Delphlne.and Mr, Jerome Lynch, upon lAd'r '
friend -am Ted here from the :
Her
MntfEnsey's mother.-- many Santord and children coach-whip..chlckcn snake, which he Monday,.E. L:,Brady was elected to
of Mrs. two .
left,, for -The keeley located 'at friends ; Dngas I \
and ,
afternoon at' Institute;
Friday ;once are glad to see her In town again. ,
the snake he .
Palatka of Ooooa) and Mrs and.Misa Charlotte killed. Upon cutting open the vacancy on the Board .Aldermen rand ,. "t
FlaA 1 branch the-D *
; of
Melbourne. a ght
: and -Ftt ,r.Thousand Extra Thick Bango? Spencer, of this place, on board, arrived discovered.an, egg Jll&ldth stomach, J.W'Roaen to the office 'of,town t, -}:l::
,, .;...Commodore C.:'A. :Welch nd'wife, Institute' ; an those-afflicted the Boxes on band, and yet to arrive at Pace hero-yesterday'afternoon, Mrs. Dugas and he at oncoioame to the conclusion It clerk <

'of Boston, are in town. We hear, from should liquor opium,cocaine and tobacco-habits Doyle's, TitusvUle, 13c., f.. o. b, will return to Cocoa to-day. was one of lite. purloined eggs.. He triedto oaDdJAAtea' each had a majority of 80 :i t. f I
the Commodore, that he has sold his Investigate. ll8t Special prices on large orders. 15* break It, but failed, owing to the egg tote*. : ; ';1 .

::place on iBanana River: to,Mrs. Schuyler. -We were glad to meet our respected -The silver king-how tie shako's his Glad-Nr win sn.Ilenry. who have been Dreyer on a and two Richard weeks' being so bard; so he washed and exam. -.J.pTurner.Coal'headquartel'll.. ; 4tor ,: f

-We want money to loan, on 'absolutely lady friend, Mrs. Valentine find of Tillman, silver sides In the tropic waters of Indian hunting,expedition on Banana River, in Ined It,closely, and last Friday afternoon, who just made that It china Mr. Macdonaldsays .
In I was a
Safe real estate 'security, sums River-his beauty and his size-magi the neighborhood of De Soto Beach and egg./ !
ranging ,from $200 to 10000. Loans a flying trip to town and back the same lures that draw sportsmen to his home. Canaveral returned home It Is not his, so any person on Mar Wedding'Bells In'TltusvlIIe. tt
I day. She was the guest of Mrs, John rill's Island who ha lost china ,
net ten per 'cent to lender free .of ex. Read "On Indian River, $1.50, at the bringing back not much game, but goodrobust a egg .
Simonson while in Titu vUle.I .
pense. Robbins & Graham TltnsvUle, I ADVOCATE: office, Titnsville. constitutions. Dick is back at may have same upon application. Is noted for iU many marriages .' l

Ila. 12Jf I ...The new brick building In course of -Toys, toys toys, all kinks, at Gold. his old post In the ADVOCATE office, Livery stable I Is now open at Indian ) and on Wednesday evening another

-Mrs. Strawbridge and daughter, Miss construction for the offices of the Florida smith Bros. *1 while Henry Is again filling in part of his River Hotel, single and double buggy; took place In town. At 7 o'clock p. m., ;; '

Jennie, arrived here last Friday afternoon Loan and Trust Co., and the INDIAN -At the town election on Monday, time as assistant to Postmaster R. C saddle horses for hunting or driving; quite a few persons began to congregate c tl

from the north, on their way to RrvBH ADVOCATE, on Washington ave the canvass was: For alderman, E. L. Scrlmgeour.At day or night suitable for ladle or gen at the Episcopal church, to witness the .' 'ft q'

'Melbourne, to spend the winter. We 'nue, has reached the first floor, and will, Brady, 63; Howell Titus (who came for a meeting of the Indian River tlemen. P. J. Parramore, proprietor ,tf' nuptials of Mr.William Hindle, of Cocoa i1':' ",

were pleased to meet Mrs. Strawbridge probably, be finished by the end of this ward just for the fun of It on election Camp of Confederate Veterans, on Tuesday -Tho Eagle Clothing House Is to Miss Minnie Joyner daughter of Mrs, i- ;:,
now ,
again. month.Mr. day) 84; town clerk and treasurer, J. W. the Rev. A. D. Cohen, M 8. Jones and ready,for business by T. W. Smith, of this place. The: wedding,, ; ,;, : .
MyersonA
The School will Tlffiny who arrived in town a open took place at 700: the Rev. ," ,
St. Gabriels Sunday Rogers, 63. und A. A. Stewart were elected delegatesto Co. Mr. R. Wi Rhodes the junior ceremony } ..i1I
have a celebration on Saturday evening, couple of weeks was married to -WID arrive at Altre '. In a few days attend the mooting of the Florida Division who Is wen known on Indian D.I'. Brown reading the beautiful msr-' '.- : : .. '
partner,
Deo*'26. There will be a brief service lAthe Mrs. Carter, of this place, on Tuesday.The nice assortment pf stoves and heaters, ai to be held In Ocala on the 10th of River, with Mr. Carl Curtlss, will .be rage ceremony of the Episcopal church., '. ,;;,fi,. I
church at 7 p., m.. with the singing ADVOCATE congratulates him upon In stock; huge hotel range No. 8 stoves I December. This organization is gather pleased to show their'' elegant line of Mr. E. B. Wager officiated at,,the organ <' :.d..
.
the church the school his success to the matrimonial line, after Mr. Joyner, of Sharpest, acted a* beat l
'of carols. From I refrigerators, gold and silver watches ing strength and numbers, to be expended goods, equal to line of goods carried
hall the bank so short a in town.. Judge Jones any man, while Miss Rosa Clark waii present '. .t
will march to the over stay dining room chairs, suit of'Ash Marble In benevolent assistance of the poor :In a first-class gent furnishing store. ;
where the children will receive presents made the happy pair one. and needy of the old veteran. and to as bridesmaid. dAfter
-top, 8 pieces; 3 :and 8 burner coal oil If they cannot .. readmadegoc.ds -
from a Christmas tree. *2 -The schooner Cygnna, 13-tons, of stoves; all as good aa new. Prices away the Indigent widows and orphan of deceased they have a selected line of sample their the friends ceremony adjourned the happy'to the coupliand 1odian :: 'f!; ;,
-We open this week fancy baskets Eau Gallie one of the best built yachtson down. 17*tf, Confederate soldier -a' worthy from the best artlstlo custom tailors '' J!

for holidays. Also glass and cabinet Indian liver, will soon be put in com -Mr. Jno. Asplnwall, with his kerosene object of ft worthy association.A of New York, who guarantee to make for ft River short Hotel,while.,' wherethey From there" remained they } c >l'1',

Inkstands, suitable for XMas presents, mission. She is just off the ways, and Is launch Skip-Jack, left here.at 2.45 party of huntera-compo of every garment to order lent, and not started for their new home at'Cocoa, In r;
and clothing. Gardner.& Son. being nicely fitted up. Parties wishing last Friday afternoon for Ean Gallie; Capt. J. Lorillard, Prof. L. C. Demaree, select them front a ready-made stock of the steamer Ibis, which loft the railway' ,

i-Capt E. E. Vail, of St. Augustine, to hire her for trips to the Keys, Nassau, and when she started she seemed to skip Weather Bureau officer J. E. Lanouette misfit. It Is unnecessary to, mentionthe wharf about 9 o'clock. They were aoeompanled -' .; '# e
arrived here Tuesday evening, and left or the West Indies, will please communicate along very fairly. In our last week's J. W. Huntington, J. T. Reynolds, anaI ability of these gentlemen In regardto by Miss: Elizabeth Bergman ;

fot Jupiter next day. He will qpcn 'his with J. O. Walton, Eau Gallie: or notice of this launch, our compositormade I. H. Walton-started for De Soto Beach the cut or fitting of clothes, a* the Mr. Joyner; Mr. A. B. Storm, and Mr.W. (

floating hotel, RocMedge' as soon as C. H. Walton, TitusvUle. tf. her length read 17ft. Instead of on Saturday morning In the yacht Reck many suits they have sold In previous ,. II.. UeOartnav., ?,':" _
possible. The captain has been quite -The steamer St. Augustine started rift less. Just after leavimr the wharf a years on Indian River 1* a sufficient re Mr.- -- Illndle--- 'I--ft-gentleman well known* ':k '

ill 'during the pant two weeks, with for Rockledge Tuesday, and will run between -On our fourth page will be found head wind commenced to blew, and It commendation.Mr. and highly respected oa Indian River;' F

':'rheumatic gout, but he Is now much that placa and Ormond as follows: the new ad. of the Iowa Grubber Co., of continued all that day and Sunday. Pierre Lorillard' house boat while his bride 1 I. a lady of, so tweet a- W': ..\
better. Leaves Ormond, Tuesdays, Thursdays Sigourney, Iowa It Is said to be one of About 11 o'clock, Sunday morning the will start for Florida very shortly, says''I disposition that the ha won lOLleD' ,

-The many remarkable cures of and Saturdays 8.00 a. m. Arrives Rock- the best stump pullers In America, and rudder of the yacht broke, within about the New York Sun The boat I* 07ft opinions from, her numerous friends ': :

liquor, opium, cocaine and tobacco hab ledge, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays we recommend those who 'are about to five mile of De Soto Beach and after long, twenty feet wide, and draws 80 The charming pair have the best wishes ; ',1 j I
have their land cleared to write this firm Improvising a row-boat for a rudder, the Inches of water Twin will drive
Leaves screw
its, effected by the use of Dr. Keeley's, 7.30 p. m. Bockledge, of the ADVOCATE for ft long life of
and 8.00 for' catalogues. This machine Is much above party set sail for home, arrivingat her the water. Mr. Lorillardand .' H.Uf f
by-chloride of gold remedies, Is conclusive Mondays, Wednesdays Tridays through health, wealth and prosperity. 1 f '. ,
proof that these dangerous diseases a. m. Arrives Ormond, Mondays, Wed- needed on Indian River. It is In use In the Indian River Hotel wharf at 4:SO his friend will not go South on the i;

can be cured.* Correspondence solicited, nesdays and Fridays 7.30 p. m. TouchIng other,,parts of Florida, where It II giving o'clock Sunday afternoon pretty tired hone boat, but In Mr. Lorillard' yacht I Legal Sale Day* :.1h
.
Keeley Institute Palatka, Fla. nest at Titusville, Uaulover, Oak Hill, El- great satisfaction; and it Is said to do looking crowd. the )(ey.. Only Capt. R,, 8. Sheldon sadhis 1&
Lake dora, New Smyrna, Ponce Park and the work of ten men. i Saturday last was a gloom and crew, consisting of a mate, two engineers Last Monday being! the first afoadar ,
.Mr.and Mrs. O.S. Porter, of Daytona on signal. -IMtCOO genuine birch hoops, just off mournful day for l&DI1n Paris. On the one fireman, four deck band anda in the month was legal tale day, and I
,
Worth, who have been on a trip here to Monday various -For sale.-Steam yacht, Sassacus. the schooner, and perfectly fresh, at previous evening, Dom Pedro, ex-Em cook, wilt be aboard the house boat, several prwperttee were sold' In front of r I,
returned -
parts of Florida, peror of BraxH passed to when she start for Indian River. Cap the court house door.,
A
will sell for $1,500 andIfWU'aDtee Pace Doyle a, TltusvUle. 15 ,
and at once took the steamer for Cost, $4,800; sale. SamL Child that bourne from whence no traveler reurns. Lain Sheldon expect a month will be required J. P. Turner, ae Special' Master, sold : ','" \ :
Jupiter on their way to the lake. On everything perfect the handsomest or no -Mr. of Rockledge, was Dom Pedro dAlcantara, ex- : to get the boat down there. She lot 1 Of section f, township 25, south- ;, "
his return to Indian River, Mr. Porter Without exception unfortunate enough to capsize his boaton of Brazil was born In 1829 I built and for shallow !
Indian River. For further afternoon about 130. He Emperor lightly water so range M east; containing about 70 acre, a,_ :
,spent a few days at Mr. MIma'rellldeDCe beautiful{ steam yacht on Bros.. Tuesday uooeeded to the throne In 1831, and was that the u nothing of a sea boat. Every being a part of the Aaron Cleveland estate i ,;p I
address Hodgson had left the Indian River Hotel wharf 'J
particulars
had was quite pleased with the tudoyer ; crowned In 1841. He was a humane, time a storm come up of the sa Is and situate l Immediately opposite : ';f f \ :
82mo his sail
while she
Gallie Fla. jibing
and ,
hammock In that neighborhood.For Eau .
patriotic and enlightened ruler-a man rough Captain Sheldon will be obllnd tho Indian River hotel, at Kooaledtfe. f
-- sate, price $17.00, a Winchester -In our last week's Issue we referredto taking all of him XMas purchases, etc. of cultivated tastes and general culture. to put Into the nearest port, In order to for $1,609, to Dwight ''I
to the bottom Indian River with her.
repeating shot gun; quite new, and has the kindness of Mrs. Sackett In pre U* was deputed' a lltua more than a keep big boat from Injury. For that reason mortgagee.
went to the
J. Lorillard
never been nseiL Usual price, $23. Thereare senting the ADVOCATE with some fine HI' and rescue as year ago, and went to Portugal. He it la expected that th. voyage will be fiheriff Bowman told r rof

20,000 of these guns now in use, oranges from her grove. This week a soon ashore.as possible MA Child, brought had her)raised lr. Chllds watched the progress of the republic ft tedlou one, though th captain doe the Garvln grant for

which prove they are a favorite gun. present comes from another quarter of on with ; not expect to have any difficulty after figure, to John T.
when he made sail for Presidents Fooaecaabegan
Sportsmen will find this a strong serviceable the Indian River country-the beautiful Wednesday, again a galnt b* Norfolk Va., U reached, because from James, Sander a* -
and useful gun. It is ;said that, Lake worth. Soma folks Imagine tome. We hope he met with no more thought the empire would be reestabsheaand that point; south be will follow the Inside told ft part of the land

with this gun, sportsmen can often get that oranges do not grow at Lake Worth, mishaps on the way. that he would be recalled. course. But from the DelewareBreakwater Russell estate, under an
three or four bird where a doublebarrelgun but we have this week received a box of Found, a GUI Net, adrift off Georgians The treatment he received from the Bra- to Norfolk be is going to County court and : : '

would only get two. Owner havingno oranges that are a credit to that section, Dee.'7th Owner era have aam by zlUaa MOfJ* depressed him greatly and hare some trouble, he I.1D1.I.tJa cue the the UTeUwt .kltttl of
time for sporting, will sell at above and we tender our beat thanks to Mr. J. paying costs. Send description A. B.Otwell doubtless hastened his death. Since to weather should not be pleasant The small parcel of river :

low figure. Kay be seen at the ISBIAS G. McDonnell, Lake Worth, for his generous Hartland Fla. expulsion of the deceased Emperor, distance I* about 110 mile, aad all of it about eight acre. lion.
:RIVSRADVOOATE office. 17*. donation. Our whole staff have -Capt. J. B. Smith and son, Frank V, lings In Brazil have not; been In a very 1* right la the open sea, where the hence was on hand to buy this

=Mrs-W. B. Scott, of Birmingham sampled them and, with one accord, Smith of Boston are at Eau GaUie, settled condition, and wo leave our read boat would have DO chance whatever. Quay while Bobbins ell (
Als who arrived here the 12th say they are fine. building a larger 1I0u -boat, having dl- e r* to judge as to whether the people Mr. LorilUrd. party will not get aboard atrncliona to bid in the F"'I:
on
nit nw with*, her husband and Miss Scott, -Mr. Geo. H. Reed, who has been on x>*ed of their former one. The new were o<.t better off under the reign of until: the boat arrive! on the Indian Riv LorilUrd. This tract :

'died Saturday night Mrs. Scott was a trip to Jacksonville returned hers boat will be thirty feet long, nine and a Dom Pedro, than they have been slue er. II. ha built a number of piers $29 per acre, and finally:
on from consumption and her 'Wednesday afternoon. He says the half feet wide, with depth of two and a ids lepanUJ.lrom a country he Joyecllll along that stream) which win b* used to Judge Jane for his }
husband offering her here to U the steamer Canaveral baa been launched by half feet The cabin will be eighteen well, and wbo* people treated him so principally a* coaUiuf station In *dditlou pr acr. Mr. .
brought see
of!air would benefit her. She the builders Merril-Stevens, JackaoDri11e&nd feet long nine and a ball feet wide with badly after the many year ol Lard toil to this house boat Mr. Lorillard .tru ted Lie agent to bid
change however too far and the will probably be In Titu*. six fees standing room. She will be fitted 11141 had to elevate there, and make tlui will have on the river a floating table Ir ere, and when tu <
wag, to the, disease as gone was, succumbed viDe next week, on her way to Canaver- with all horn conveniences, making avery Dra 1s oat of tb* foremost and most <*a- and a launch. When a food gain 4 country which wa eonsklexabiy in
anticipated. She only draws 11 Inches of homelike and comfortable craft lightened nations in South America Let 1* reached the stable will t* rasa into authority they thought
la
The deceased lady's and body, water and he she U a Uttle beauty. Mr. Smith Intend using bar for cruising I n* hope that the Brazil will yes regain shore, the horse taken off and stop and let the too of &
husband Miss Scott says
of her
charge taken Saturday' Reed, expect to return to Jackson.vllle .and gunning expeditious on the Indian ,t the confidence of the United State and mounted, and the party will go off buntIng bunter have his way
Alabama
to Mr
was back on to be on hand when the and Banana river He will build tu Europe a* In the days of that patrlotlo just so Ion;a*it Kits them to do so. th*BasMll land <'va. sold
noon train. Dr. Wilson was the Tuesday starts, for TltusvtHo, which LOU here and finish the remainder at Ida, and enlightened rule* -th* laU ....1:_ The return North will probably BO! N It being rather 1Inde.l
physician la. attendance oa the deceased II Canaveral I Dom padre .. rude before next i *
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River AdvocateItTOSVILLE. THROUGH DIXIE. Alabama Mineral division" 61 the Loci-' China Silk Indnefrys..
title and Nashville
_____._u .N_ ___ --- railway 'was broken ---.G. l
Saturday afternoon. Conductor Ward
FLOUIOA. NEWS OF THE SOUTH BRIEFLY 'was arrested at Calora for embezzling The Empress: of,China tag recently,
$125, which he had gobbled on freight Keen endeavoring to give au impetus to
.. ------- PARAGRAPHED manufacture of Ik In that
::: :: -- --- -- between small stations where prepayment the M country

Tho Arizona Territorial( legislatureat was required. Depot Agent F. W Andy,' starting a silk-wearing department of

I hi: last session paised an act exempt Forming* an Epitome of Daily at Sheloy, who connected with Ward: her own. One of her great motives Lot .B1JigfllsfttttU1 t C .
of and who had pocketed over eight. hun :his step, according to a Shanghai correspondent lll9611t
cultivation
tug all land mod in the Happenings Here and There.A. dred dollars, skipped out in' time to is.to create an employment for .

sugar bepts, as well as the: plant and avoid arrest Want also escaped ;he many millions of girls and women '
'
machinery employed Iii the mnnufnc- It hews &' Co's pottery works,. while he 'was Under guard at,C.lers.' I who are at present excluded from all !! to 1I'! I .

tare of domestic sugar, from taxation North Cambridge. Arise., burned Tuesday The embezzlement bad been proceeding :abor except that of making embroideries t s ,
for some: time, and other developments and doing the lighter kinds of housework ,

for ten years. W. T. Dey, stoves and furniture, Nor ire expected. i lie Empress has had the necessary ItUNS ,!

folk, Va.assigned :Monday. Liabilities, !looms,skilled artisans and women trained I DUCAINGT
The largest horse ranch in the world $S, OO. xt the management of silkworm cent to Ss t

Is said to be that at Grcclcy, Cole Knoxville and MnrrUtown Tenn. VERY FAVORABLE ;he palace at Pekln from the imperial ; PIANO 1
The T000N FACTORIES ,
lilk manufactory at IIang-Chow
which A. F. Wolf mnnnges for the suffered from Are Sunday. Tile former ,
It tie will be started in the
of Industry palace
Report Bislne for tie ryh
Stndebakers and several Eastern capitalists. lu.uined 120.000. a loss of $13,000,f the latter. Past Week. pounds, which Her Majesty, by Chinese NO INi5 .. e' a NTHEM0 y

Over 8,600 aero :5f alfalfa Businessatlures&ccuning' throughout snstom, is forbidden to leave, so that the
and Citizen ot narr man, Tenn.., held a the will be, under her
grass range 4,800 Per herolll country during last week as reported apprentices super
made
meeting Monday and arrangements fo R G. Dunn A to. number for the vision.
Clydesdale looking to the wearing ot the next national ,
prohibition convention. ,United States, 227; Canada, 69; total,' $ W'Lli !
addition 293; against 285 last week. The week Adjustable Extension Stand.
It I* estimated that in to .
A cablegram of Tuesday says: BIr broken by a holiday, baa shown the
their Immense .crop, tho farmer and Alexander Campbell, lieu enant governor usual characteristics-weak speculation,
farmland owners of Minnesota and of Ontario, Canada, has been stricken by active retail trade and moderate whole

tbe Dakota are about $200O OOOO paralysis and is in a critical condition. sale business. But the great' factors I
Tho debt statement issued from Wash- which go to make national prosperity are
richer than (hoy were a year ago, on Ington Tuesday shows a net decrease in unaltered. Money in ample supply,

account of general increase in the Interest bearing and non-interest bearing with no sign of loss. 'The industries are

value of their} holdings. It has been a bonded debt during November ,of ,$a,., fairly'employed with improvement.

wonderful for the great _G7(},189G(). Crops are moving with freedom and in ,
moss| year
,George; H. Brufeld/ ne of the most wonderful quantities, and exports are ''J AND TRACK .SULKY, ,
Northwest.&
noted ,of the old-time trotting horse remarkably h-'Yl. __ Q I: MAOEOr BESTMATCHlrM. ONVf. '
drivers, died ot Lexington, Kf. Friday Even the approaching session of conJ >Jr SutK.* WHE.EIS 52 6R 5fiKtwstf-i[
All great! artists do not die poor: evening. Among the noted horses he grass gives rise to little; apprehension, as /' SILVER; PLATED SeAf f jcJ1
tho Now York World is convinced. drove was Gnat Director in .2.11i. lie it is felt that the opposing parties will 1," > | '
j CARMINE FINISH.SULKY TRiMMtj.
> s
havo'to act cautiously in view of the
Melasonlor spent several fortunes during was formerly owuer of this horse.
Bales of loose leaf tobacco in the Danville coming general election. There are signs
his lifetime, bat the finished and that the distribution of product to consumers IMP'OPAT.FEB.39V.
Ya. market November
unfinished,work in his studio is considered reached, 3,307,600, pounds during and for two is improving. ;i ;F.HKNAYV &GO ,

so valuable that the French months of the tobacco year 4,659,800 SOUTHERN TRJ.DB new't's: JACKS Mi r 'NiMH"TEEEE

Government has offered his executors pounds, showing a decrease as compared Southern cities report better Savannah -

11,000,000 for }It. Tho executors do with the same months of 1890( of 8,880 alone reports present trade light and \".
820 pounds. money no easier, but prospects bright.,
not know whether to olo.e'tho bargainor The Voivenity of Virginia and Trinity Speculation during the past week has not HAUTE. NEWPORT._ ,

wait fo. a higher bidder. College,North. Carolina, football clubs been active, but the corner at Chicago

= played a bfgnly exciting game at Rich. ba put up corn for_ immediate delivery! 1'4 1
MX points, and pork: is 23 cent higher. & If
mond
Says ilio New York San "In Saturday before a large crowd for .
the championship of the south. The Oat. 1 1-8 and wheat/5-8 cents per bushel, t
favoring a larger labor representation North Carolina team defeated the Virginia : while corn and sugar are heavy. Receipts

In the English Parliament, Gladstone boys Score s 20 to 0. of cotton exeeed: those of the same week
last year by 50,000 bales, and exports by .p 1-
filly.signalizes, a career that from Its A St. Louis 1
Mo. of
Tuesday
dispatch 83,< 00 bales bnt stock In this countryare ,
beginning! has been in touch with the says It has just been discovered by the /521,000 bait larger. In' the great (VT iiix0 ,

masses. A recognition of the right Concordia publishing Company, prints 'Industries 'the outlook is Improved..
& of I7M Dent BUnd, Millie Stand, Atlaf Stan.Attorn0tAn
religious books that :Martin C.
of tIle workingmen ha become There 1 Ia a better demand ,for iron, and a Barthel and Martin 11. Barthel father Parlor' Ofllee. Dictionary end Uwcirr'fltandand
Stiles of pig are met with astonishing Kiel. "n'Zd ,
wood rubbed flnMl
'' netoht M tiwhra
feature of legislation even in "monarchical and son, two of its most trusted em- steadiness in considering the HelEhl .._",! ,III tn.b.*. Wright t.lh..por top
prices, ... .
MS Hi IMPIM. D. Price. S5. KSr.LEKCO.m l
Europe, and to none is due a loyes, are short in their accounts. enormous output. Borne Virginia iron is allure>>...{r
greater,meed of praise than to tills A dispatch from Frankfort, $y., says uttered very low, and $18 at Providencefor I
that Miu. McBrvan who was shot by a No. 1 U quoted. la
magnificent leader of modern thought." i
negro last Octcber while on an excursion IfOHXT IS XASY.: ow 0 "
train on the Louisville and Nashville
Between 1869'ana 1889 tho total railroad and wu injured Money is comparatively easy, and eet- &1
permanently ections fair. The Np applied tot, -
generally treasury {Patent ]
obtained a verdict Saturday for 1)18,000 () c
production of aluminum Is estimatedto damages against the railroad has taken in but $500,000 more than it : This la one. of the moat convenient jpleaanre and business vehicles for theUwyer, J
bare been 110 short tons exclusiveof cf.mpany"The las disbursed, against an issue of $800- {" .ine..man or farmer,on earth.. Owing to the construction of the bode J
Anniston, Ala., city council at ('I1 == it it very light, at the same time"try durable and u the".nrf-. "
000) of
lloys.; In 1889! the product in the new treasury notes. Exports t;; ._... pleattir. or btuineff wek/ale en tin market." '
<
a meeting Friday abolished several '
night
products in four week* at New York A WRITTEN GUARANTEE GIVEN ON EACH VEHICLE.
United Slates Including that contained city offices and dismissed a number lave exceeded last year by $8,461,483 in ( ; Tel ChJ14',Beat bIhd, 011 blatt&c1114 lit 4ttaoW Ia on WtU'1'I. Writs ta Pitoss gents WuW.

jn. alloy., was 47,468 pounds; in England of employee, thereby reducing the' city's value indicating an aggregate for the :: ,.. TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE AND BUGGY CO.Jem Haute Ins i
expenses 1250 a month. Their action in month probably exceeJing: $95,000,000, a. VIn '
about 12,000 pounds; In _
FranceS abolishing the offices has been, pretty and at the same time there I* a decrease 'rrals ,
10,000 pounds and in Germany 20- condemned b the citizens of Anniston
; I elf> 10 per cent in the vales of import '
000 pounds. The production of aluminum A Raleigh lispatch says: The failureof : There is certain to be a very large balance < r.:.

alloys had enormously Increased' the First National bank, at Wilming- probable on the merchandise account by > 0 ;
ton, caused the assignment of,, John L. Buropl, and much anxiety appear in :: 0 7LIWPL
and WAS 111,769'pound. for tho ioatwright., grocer ot that city for the some quarter u to bow the strain abroad 'i ;0 _

United Stoles alone. benefit of his creditors. Bank Examiner would be met, but thus far there are no- ('I1 ptl '

r Allen is now in charge the suspended i signs of real trouble except in speculative :& P lls 1

Councillor of War Ilerr Engelhard bank and Daniel L. Russell of Wilmlng- quarter. ((1
ton,will become its receiver. ,..

ef Germany who Is also a member John Pizzinl an 'old )journalist, for DEATH IN A TUNNEL. p" .. (i'tl.Jt.Vllp\1pP/VoRADr| / Hi- .

the commission for provisioning the many years agent of the New York A.a.)- 1,0 -.J

army war office, and the Minister of elated Press, who was paralyzed In July, An Engine Plunges Into a Passenger tI] r1C ll llRSON'S

Agriculture, Lave.promised( 'Yr. Mars 1888, died at Richmond, Vs., Friday Coach--A Scene of Horror. + : JIM0-"
night, aged fifty-nine Pizzini :Q
years. A Toledo, O. dispatch nays Th.Lake .
of the
representative Agricultural
was at onu time resident vice consul of wet
Shore the scene ..
Department of the United States, that Italy. lie was a, gallant confederate ruoln accident Saturday evening on the oOo

they would closely examine the maize soldier being a member. of the First Boston and Chicago:: special going e"I" \

flour recommended by him at a substitute Vtrginli regiment. which left Chicago at 10:30 o'clock a. Ao ==
The extensive planing mills or'the m. On the edge of the city the road
for the cheap breadstuff now lope Mills Lumber Company, in Cleveland run under the Miami and Erie canal, :! .

//11'0,1111 I Germany. A trial baking of county, near Faye ttavilic, N. C., through; a tunnel tome seven bundled Z THE NEW ''YORK
the flour has been ordered.ChlCI&lo' were burned Friday. This lose is over and fifty feet long. Some two hundred
tan thousand dollars and there is no ipurance. yards; east of the tunnel i* a target. The I Z OO

The flour and sawmills of Als- Lake Shore train parsed through the WEEKLY WORLD.
Publlo build
new Library paughBros.onLittle river, Alexander tunnel: but not getting a signal at the 8Y t-3
lug Is to cost $1,200,000 and to have : county: were also burned. The Iou in target to come ahead, put on brakes and 0

a capacity for 2,000,000 To ume.., I the latter easels $3,000, with no insur slacked up. The south-bound express, on ::z: :Q .... ONE DOLLAR, A YEAR.
the Flint and Pere road which L.JIIJ
ance. Marquette 3:
The sum of fSOOO( ha been appropriated '"" ,
.News reached Raleigh Saturday of the goes over the Lake Shore tracks to the 1II C'D enn Contains the'best ,-ell"tures of
to pay architect for designs. union depot, came through the tunnel fSr
smash in the building and loan associv Weekly printed. M. QUAD,
Five firms three in and two minutes alter the Lake Shore train any "
Chicago one ion which had banking privileges and Qretro3 Press
late of the Detroit Free ,
each la New York and Boston, will (50,000( capital. It was established ten and plunged into the rear coach. The .
years ago, and its business methods were engine plowed its way through the car ... 0 writes a page of matter every
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invited
be to furnish and
drawings, not very able in character. D. B. Nich- until the pilot was more than midway p vp .- is the machine, thatis week.Send
tor this work each firm will receive Ison is cashier, having early this year the coach. ", 1 For Samply Copy.
f 1000. Other architects may compete'I succeeded W. A. Johnson, who is said to The seats and floor were torn up and used in the Office,

it they choose, but compensation be will the probably largest stockholder.some The merchant failure the maimed unfortunate were badly passenger scalded, bruised by escaping and American Court-room, and for reporting The Weekly World,

their cases will not be granted. The annoy steam from broken pipes. The engineer lectures and
there. for sermons.
of the Flint and Per. Marquette Agency NEW YORK CITY.
building must be a masonry structure says
Hornet
President Conrad
Secretary that Juit ache wa* to the tunnel While
,four stories in height aud of a classic and eight employes of tho Louisiana fast coming Its speed is greater than any 99 Nov. 12 moORPIIEA
running he the of
saw rear light .
other known method it is -
before ao simple
order of architecture, without dome State Lottery Company appeared the Lake Shore train and believed it tote 1 '
United States Commissioner Wright that intelligent MUSICAL BOX
any person can gain a
I in the
tunnel. collision
lower tbe material either Knowing a wa
or graniteOr ((..Orlollll,}Ionda, morning, to answeran Inevitable he shut off steam and both be speed of too or more words per raia- -

Bedford blueslone. The site is on Indictment found against them at San and the fireman jumped escaping, nth a ute, in five or six weeks, without the Is the Latest Invention In Swiss Musical

Michigan avenue, between Washington Antonio Tex. upon the charge law of violating few; bruises they knowing, that a collision DISION- Tit 1E1:1cs PATENTCOPYRIGHTS aid of an'instructor. Circulars and Boxes.

and Randolph streets. The cammU- ball the in anti-tottery the sum postal of $1,000 each They to in the tuncel would give them no eta testimonials sent 'to all who mention They are the I.eetelt. moat complete,
la tbe gave chance for life. For Information and tn Handbook write to this durable and perfect Musical Boxes made
ot
tee charge undertaking appear at the next term of the United LATKH. MUNN, CO, BIll BIU>AI>WAY. Now VOHK.ftldoet paper.
Antonio.A -Another dispatch of Monday bureau foe Mourlnc patent In America. and any number of tunes can be obtained
promises that the exterior of the States court in Ban from Toledo says; The roults of Saturday *iery punt taken oat br a. I* brought before E T. PiERCE, FIYETTE Who from them. Also a c -replete line of all '
the pubic by a Dodo f Len tree ot cb.wve la UeS ,
building will be ready for public Inspection number of the leading wholesale night' accident on the Lake Shore other styles and sizes from 85 cents to
when the World' Fair grocers of the four' largo cities in Ten- road have been more serious than at first I >rieutificLarmit 1Utricnu Sole Agent for U. S. and Canada. 18.00 dollars. The largest stock IB

ne see met at Nashville Saturday for the feared. In addition to two killed out- I America. The most appropriate wedding
open. purpose.ot correcting existing abuses. In tight, five more have aince died and sev- rtrooUtlon of any Mlentlflo palter ra the anniversary and holiday presentNo
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AM exhibit ot the precious stones of tho trade, although they oecunea to sal other cannot survive. The man.11.should epienuiair be without llliwtratM.It. Weekly Mo Inulheen J.OU a musical Box can be Guaranteed to
state the nature oj these abuses. Among wounded also sustained more serious injuries !j-vmnmajm earl SUtl aiz montlia. AddreaBMtTNJi CO wear well without GauUcUi's Safety Tune
North Carolina i* attracting great at. those present were representatives of aU thin at the time. ,ail Braadwajr Mew York.- FR
was supposed This delightful Story of a Change and Check. Patented in Switzerland
tentlon at the Southern Inter-State the leading firms in Nashville Memphis, Nearly all were frightfully burned and STANDARD FOR) CEHTUrVV Journey from the BALTIC to the; and the U, 8. General agents for
Knoxvllle: and Chattanooga. The organization scalded about the face and hand and
Concert and Music
Exposition at Raleigh. In the collection DANUBE Portrayed In 38 Chapters! Organs Symphony
la to be known u the South.
many will be disfigured for Iii. Following Boxes. Send li t.
for
are beryl, In the form of eme Grocers' ..Auocl.tiou.Pa and 12 Graphic Illustrations, by !stamps price
Wholesale I* a list of tue dead* fu u reported A liata..tAww Old Music Boxes carefully! Repairedand

raids, chrysoberyls, and aquamarine. >>eDger train No 0, due at Charlotte Mrs Sarah McCoy, Ransom, Charles Augustus improved.

They are ef a very rich green color, N. C.. at 3 o'clock Saturday morning III.j two children of Mrs. M. J. McDonald GAOTSCHX .t Boss

anti sell, it i* said, for tho price of from Washington narrowly escaped being of New York; H. Vaughai, San Stoddard. i 1030 Chestnut St. Philadelphia.
wrecked by a telegraph pole that Fernandins: Cal. ; Thomas McQueen
diamonds. There are also garnets tree placed on a trestle, Two country Elkhart, ID<), MU Ella Meyer, CUve- 1 FLORIDA FACTS

of almadine colors others, of a men who taw the situation flagged down land, 0.; Msude McKenzie, aged twelve, *

bright cherry red, and still others of a the tbiity train feet and of the the obstruction.engine stopped The within scene Chicago ________________ QSS t A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.

cinnamon color. Gem cut from ru- of this attempted train-wrecking was at COLD IN THE NORTHWEST. TWIN BROTHERS

tile are also conspicuous, varying in trestle over Haw river, between GreeD"boro -- 1 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY

color from a red and brown to a shin and R ldni1le.. The Thermometer Crawl Down Twe* Bound In Rich Cloth, ,. Fia
At St. Francis, Lake Co. ,
Dacut& Jordan general merchants of ty Below Zero.A Decorated with Cold Eagles. I
Lag back They are found lu the DRY HOP
Greenville 8. C., who have been running Rochester, N. Y., dispatch of Saturday FREE to Every New Subscriber to t
eouulle of Burke, Catawba Alexander what was known the alliance is
as MJV. Snow failing throughout .
/ -the- 73: Cents
and iredell. Sapphire au< store, D&d.11 assignment Saturday this region, and is now six inches deep. THE5CT In Subscription Crabs of Ten Price per year. 80 ', 11

ruble iu limited qnnntlty ,are stack night They have been pressed by Dispatches from fifty Minnesota point YEAST / HEW YORK OBSERVER, ,,
their creditors for several week and a Indicate that from
temperatures vary
found in be western North Carolina effected the foremost Family Religious News JOHN :E. HARRIS PbBt.n *
few days ago a compromise with zero at Duluth to tea degree below at ,

mountain. There U uo, regular market some of them, agreeing to pay 50 percent Hillock, and eighteen degrees at Moor- QUICK One paper book and one new subscriber, E. D. OLIN, EDITOR.

yet for *uy of those.atone. 1mNortberu & of their claims by Decimber 1stAt head. Toe ferries at Duluth and Superior 63,00. Advertising Rates on' Applica
that date drew near they realized that have frozen and it la believed
capitalist are .putting up up Two books and two new subscribers, tion.
would impossible for them to comply that navigation by the lake cannot last FQRRISERLiGHTRREAD $5,00.
worLs and sinking shaft in Alexander with their made
agreement so they many days longer. SPECIMEN COPIES TREE SAMPLE COPIES FREE.
oouutf with a view to turning the the assignment. The liabilities are about Continuecold weather is predicted

new industry to aecount. Jeweller thirty-five thousand dollars and the by the signal service. At Winnipeg the NEW YORK OBSERVER,
asset are estimated to be about toe same mercury wu 20 degrees below aero at 37 AND 38 PARK Row
!that atone
say the North Carolina tot :
Birmingham Ala., dispatch says midnight Saturday and it va constantly NEW YORK. From now until January 1883
can be cut late tasteful &moota. AnA extensive thieving Brattice. Ptt the growing colder. wATtaloatiA.Tco OtraOITYIaaen.s Seventy-rive Cents, nov 1710"Indian
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cotton tobacco acd ..Il..u.t prices 'flat conrest. nerro It is 'of lh. RAILROADS OF'THE COUNTRY. ""'-- T
ALLIAINCETALKS.NEWS ''
that these mostvital' concern to the SHANNON SYSTEM
', !! products are now bringing or -- ,
who knows what a crisis, the country Is party itself as well aatI tho ,poopU :Statistics Showing Gigantic Stride in OP FILING LRTTSR9: BILLS,
now passing ,,thro gh, and.\111l1oC stir, whose inttrei's It would<< subserve, that RSClttP"l'8. ItT"., JS 1N USK ,
0? THE ORDER AND himself to tk a remedy or aid those its financial policy should be one that can Construction Traffic."atatistIc4of ALL OYER THE CIVILIZED WORLD I IUD V .

ITS MEMBERS' who are oarostttly striving to' effect this be defended upon the grounds ol justice. The third annual report on I. tvnrvnnu coitaDcnio TO .. t

end, is no mAn at all. Many alt down .of public necessity and of business prin. the railways in the United States, I Till In 3 3T.. J Try
: .1. will ciples. If such a policy be formu- issued from the office, of, statistician of
'and say, '"Oh!I.if you vote l r' m can ABSOLUTE' SECURITY,
.Reform Press Comment and Items of party and, work for it alt will be well** lated the young stripling of a party will the interstate commission at Washington, !, QUICKEST RuERENCE.n; '
win gives comprehensive statistics covering n ssjunros CASIITXT ut wra t"irjCOriU ,"
to its follow the honest hearted r
Interest to JUllaneemen Everywhere. But unless these parties bare a pan to I itori tia .
lopihtf
of the whole the operations of railways during the fiscal 1111 r a
bring relief and reform whatcaa you expect yeomanry country, and may Byiwm for liras topthir IrttCT 11016l, -;. ,
.Don't be satisfied with a party achieve a politl..l'Ictor! unrivaled in year ended June 80, 18110, and a alate- umn.WHITB > 't.I -

It Is said that dependent t vote in that has toothing to bring reform. Make this country for more than a half century ment of earnings and expenses for nine wn covrucne wmnmrtot AHWTTHICK I IIJ ";
months ended March 80 1801. A m rked"leature awn era Oman LAcr-Strlcr Emits iIl'ID *OLtaatoi itn. '
Kansas this year was larger by 15,000. your party what it ought to be, or make past. In the first place, therefore, the which adds. .8..nos nude 0A.J1fft. ro.luMUHTn.*. akawoas.,wag, c'
'thin it was last year.It it surrender its charter." currency which Is proposed to be issued of this report greatlyto nun
: the value of [statistics Is the MFC. ROCHESTER N. Y. *' *
should be based upon a perfectly! secure trapping OFFICE SPECIALTY CO., ,
will only' take a change of 1,700 and Imperishable foundation;an should and division of alt statistics in ten Jitt A JVC/I K.*-Ur. lCtt-CUujt nnUitphU'-Vultftoi! .... Cta TIIICbro-faoatd. 1

votes to give South Dakota to the Alliance RAVE GOOD ALLIANCe lITXBATURB. be a legal tender for all debts, public territorial groups, by which differences -___ __ __ __ --c- '.. "_:- -- _.__

and tbeii organ says that this can ,The Alliance Farmer (Atlanta, Ga.,) 0 snd p-ivata. Such a bull can only he conditions operation in various purls
be done. In a day. says: If our members will read Alliance i furnished by the real property of the of the country are clearly) brought to no

... literature, they wilt find so antidote for I country. To accept personal trcilrity. tice. Comparisons rendered possible by .AFBS

There Is talk of builidng an Alliance the poison scattered broadcast by the or any other security than i this rep rt show marked differences Indifferent

tobacco.factory at (Greensboro, N. C. A partisan press in the way of liei againstour the improved real property of the Cftua* parts of the country.

meeting WIt.1 'Add a few days ago and order and leaders. You may take try, would be to hazard the loan, which MtLM or RArta
the idea discussed. thi best Christian in Georgia deprivehim th.< government in the interest of the The mileage In the Unfed

of his Bible, and let him read nothing whole people poor s'well, as rich, can* States on railway June 80 1800, was 163,807 OFBANK ALL KINDS

Andrew Jackson said that the national but Tom Payne, Voltaire and other not do. There can be no safer security: miles{increase in ra'\"AJ\ mileage brounht \ r{ ;,
works of Infidelity and you will even for a government loan than the real (
banking system should give them a into operation during the year was .,OGO
chance to make money scarce or plentyat tually undermine his faith in the Gospel. property of the nation If the loan is miles. Michigan shows the largest Increase VAULTS i

pleasure. That is one reason you sold It is the same way with the Alliance. If placed upon such property at one half or in ral.wav mileage during the
this our members read papers which stigma one third of its real value, It ia ai secure
your cotton at 7 cents falU fi!c.l being 439 miles and Georgia
year
tize the order, they will soon be ss the government Itself, and the currency next with increased mileage of 487 VAUL1
comet
*
The farmers should look after.the Interests convinced that (the' Farmers1 Alliance based up"n such a loan is as good "miles. Group five made 'up of Ken- DOORS
movement wss conceived by sin and ss a bond sired
government or gold or
of their
them depends the success organizations.or the failure Upon brought forth in iniquity. Let them takea The main argument against: such a Gl'orgilInd tncky, lenncs Florida, Mississippi shows an, Alabama increased,
,
Of the great reform for which they are counteractant in the form of some pood policy based upon its supposed im mileage of 1,870 mills during the year. STEEL RAIL AND CELL WORKS fl :
alliance practicability. This has been answered
and
laboring.-Standard Farmer. paper, read the answers to The Dumber of railway corporations on

these slanders against, our organization, by stubborn facts. June 80, 1800, wS 1,707, of which' 037 OF IMPROVED CONSTRUCTION., .J 5 s
exhanges and they will then discover that this bit. The next question of importance ,
In one "f our we notice thata are 'operating tom pan Ie., twenty-two
: conei pendent, it giving! his many ter and venomous fight against the alliance evolved by the proposed financial system 1,640 miles, have
reasons why he is an Allianceman, says is waged in the Interest of the plutocrats III! How shall the money be procured by been companies re-nrgsnlzeii representing during the year, and aa T x: '':3vr .A. a? :m as :x XT :n. N x: a :aac .:aa': 30 :

for that ho is to << in order to crush the movement of the government for making such a loan.
one, opposed men buy. 1,903
thirty-four companies, representing Oa all kinds of Fire and Burglar ProoWork. \.l
the laboring peoplo for freedom end If required it could and would be 1'
inK wind and calling it cotton, wheat. prosperity pro. miles, have merged their CTpcration: existence .
that the of cured as it ws in order to the
tobacco. ; partisan presi Georgiaare carry on
pork or Into the other corporations.The .
.... but the tools of Wall street, and usod late war, but the amount to be provided g1'OllalnC(1me of seventy-four companies DIEBOJ..D AI1'E & LOCI: COMPANY:: f fI

Tho farmer's average; net income, with as sn instrument to crush and enslave] the would to a great extent depend upon the is $837,000,000 Out of a total I i

which he must, support his family and toiling masses. exact conditions of the fiscal policy to cross income of all the railways in the {
.
pay,his taxes and interest, is $373. This **. be established. country of $1,041,877,032, or, 80 per W. H. BUTLER ft
estimate is based on figures given by tits, MORB MONET. If the loans were ,made to the people cent. The total number of locomotivesIn ,

statistician of tbe'agricultural depart'ment. The Faulkner county Wheel says: A upon unimproved real, property at a rate used is, 80,028 of which 8,884 are '
.-Industrial Educator. farmer takes five bales ol cotton to mar not exceeding per cent., and the cur locomotive, and 16,140. are FLORIDA AGENT: \\ ,
R ket. He is offered 8 cents, which amounts rency for such loans, as well liS gold and passenger '

The people's party' will continue to to $200. lie thinks ho ought to get 9 silver, was changeable; at will into government freight freight locomotives locomotives and This five shows passenger!ten 70 :c .A. TJT :N'EP STR/EJEI: : : T i'
dents for it be it in the notes bonds
so treasury or bearing
puncture the plutocratic puts g vern- '
money
power locomotives for edch 100 miles of
.with their ballots until the monster ment warehouse and borrows $100 for interest not exceeding 8 per cent., the line. The "umber cars used operated in (KKAJI BBOADWAT) .: 'I '

,will be forced to make a concession that one year, if he needs it that ,long, at 1 result would undoubtedly be that the issuance of the United States is 1,104- '

will permit labor to receive its ju t' re' per cent. He insures it at the rate of i of not nearly ao much currency railways 188 744 100 ml Us, New York J JAl
or per City.
'1'ard.-! Washington Republican.' of 1 per cent. per month and the storage would be required as would be if no such .,

Ill! cents per month. The $200 the provision for funding It was made, lout TUB ARMY: OV 1MPLOTES.: 01 19 mo. ; .
of legitimate merchant had to give for the cotton was mncn investors ID government securl The total number of men employed is aug 'I
A pric'S is
higher rangu already) in circulation. The $160 borrowed ties would largely furnish the required 740,801, being an Increase of 45.631 over
the salvation of the Too much '
masses. of tho added to amount.If the number employed 1889. The 154- ,
government was h Specialty this aeaaon of what
labor and products in the dollar now. i the circulation and increased the circulation a policy be adopted of changing the 404.06 miles of line which are made the 1l'a1B. are making .
Takes too much sweat to pay a dollar of into bonds and the bond. we O.H our PARAGON HARNESS. ; ,I i
f ICCi Some party papers say that currency into basis of statistics In this report are represented 9& 1
interest a dollar of taxes, a dollar of, the storing '()f the cotton and drawing currency, at the will of the holder of by railway capital to the amount Made of the FINEST STOCK and the very. ,

railroad charges.-*Industrial Educator.; money of the government'ootraCts the either, under the necessary restrictions, of $9,450.414,172, equivalent to $00.481 BEST WORKMANSHIP: Such, a harnesa & O 'L<' :' i'i
the whole financial business of the \ '
An We currency. We make this statement to country per mile. Assuming that the remaining cannot be boufeht for lea* than $26. /
exchange says: pay annually how that they are wilfully rot king fulse could be adjusted to the proposed mileage Is capitalized at the same rate lam 'j ;i
about $ 2O"OOOO; tariff tax. We But willing, !
,pay, without at retail we are
statement to their readers. The storsge system any greater enlargement the total capitalization of railway prop O
annually $1,400,000,000 :in. interest on I of cotton prevents speculators from of {the volume of the currency of,the erty In the United States would be In order to Introduoe it, to \ ,, ;

bonds and otherwise for the money we manipulating the market. In three country than Its actual business requireimeats $0,891,483,409. The incronie In railway SELL one SET ONLY e5o'd. ;
Don't it look like hundred it
use. seven demand.
the mills 8uch'a policy would for 1800 over the railway capitalfor :.
months capital
begin to want '' s '
to aa
and odd millions of interest in excess of place the of the nation one peraon a t11 b
currency upon tho is
cotton. The farmers demand previous year $444,268,703.
a '
tariff tax: ought to demand more atten. the safest foundation possible and would sample for, 6"' +'' f. ;
C fair price and" say we will hold our Of this amount t2 OOOOOOO at least Is "",' "'. 'J'. ,

tion than the tariff V,, cotton for end year and stop your mills entirely preclude those extremes of contraction due to the ,increase in capitalization on .16.60.. -C: ..: ";:.r tc.t.;:; !
and expansion so hurtful to d- .,,
lines 1f
unless already existence. "dlr \. II
we can get,10, cents for middling : -
The; S'futhrrn+ Mercury 'says the mew cotton.' The mills say well that is nearly business interests; 'for if there should be The number of pssieopers curried during 4 \ Oc ':' ; .: ',' 1

f with chant the. of farmers Texas i* are and. fslllng will aid into them line in as the cheap cotton u at we 10 ever cen's.get it The, aoxl farmer'they,take get in advantageously circulation more used, money it would than could seek la be* the number year was Of 4t/2,480,865.miles traveled The by aggregate allpassengers ..z.: ?&*, ) : '

)legitimate undertaking Tbe bu 'r' V1
every $230 for his'five bales 'ofcotton. lie vestment shod veroment.eouritles, while,' was 11,847,783,617, or an "
foes men now see that the success of tu* if there < .
be an need for
pays $$1.12 for storage and $1.50 for insurance urgent average journey of twenty-four miles.
farmers theiruccese. The failureof At
the farmers means means their failure and a and.,$1.00 for interest, loss inweight more, the bonds would be changed; Into The number of tons of freight carried : q .

general collapse.' : .',' per bale $3.20 (what he was offered currency. during the :year, covered by the, report ".o; '. (
govern
l "
The of the
loaning ,by f$ .dI\t
). ln all $8.02Gain: $90. .Net money was 636.141,617. \ ?
went at 4 per cent. would at once fix that '
gain to the farmer five bales $ .
on $41.07, .
An exchange sayi! The 'greatest neel' rate .CA.CALTIEI.The iO""
throughout the without
or $3 801 per bale. This is a fair statement. country another ,.. .
:we can now think' of is an active, efficient cotton b at or further legislation, and the capital l total number of persons reported .
Middling
and aggressive working force. To cents. The that make cheap ten at now; employed at ruinous rates of interest by railways as killed during the year was i'U
overcome the obstacles that we are boundto less man can money u leeches upon the people, thereby 0,830, sad the total number reported as 1 U
encounter in Jour'onward march Ito .than ten cents per P'und.b:! his own injured was 29,034Of the total num
; labor does not live.To nuke a fair exhausting the life-blood from all of our LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES. \
victory wilt\ require stronger effort than for his labor cotton industrial pursuits, would, by the conditions ber'' killed 4,431 were employes,: 883 "
profit middling
has yet been put forth. We hope the should .be 12} cents and, when the.People's confronting. it, be invested to a passengers and" 8,8"4 were classed as 10. I.f Solid Tins, via. 3 C, ladies' Cushion T&IS., l
very best talent of the Organization will Into will Urge extent in government securities "other persons. In this Utter figure are ,.,.?? HIGH GRADE. ....00
Party gets they see
few be directed to the power, 'I included large number suicides.. Of 'f '
for the next days a
thereby furnishing a portion of the currency ;
I Cushion Tins
No.
to it that the laws so"that the
solution of the question of how to put who feed and are support the world producers required, or, If not so invested, it the total number Injured, !82,800 r) were ,195.00 10. 4, Conrirtlbli Solid Tins,

efficient workers in the field fair for their would be compelled to seek out new enterprises employee 3,444 passengers, besides 981.00
are paid a price labor. for its employment. Thus the 4,200 unclassified. If the number ef em. Ko. 3, LidlBs' Solid Tins, No. 4 D CBsktoB

The Progri salve Farmer says: We bad S. accumulated wealth of our 'plethoric ploys killed be assigned to the total f"'OO Tins t

hoped that the old chestnut abcut "Does TEll: 1XECTIOK HI XAKSAS. capitalists, now overburdening, pur national number, it appears that one death occurs OUR $0'.00''

a 'farming pay!",had been forever disposedof. Apropos of the oft published statement industries with its ruinous exao for every 806 men ,employed on the: rail. (CushIon Tires No better l .

But we see that the newspapers have that the Alliance has fallen off) !in membership lions, checked in its unlicensed power, ways, and one injury occurs for every u. '

taken it up again. We have been between the put year. from 140,000 to would patiently and effectively subserve thirty-thrM men employed. The largest machine made at, r'

the p'ow handles long enough to 10,000, the Topeka Advance says of the the common weal. number of casualties occur to mm engaged Warrantci .r

answer the question. It don't pal the late elections in Kansas" ."We have directly In handling trains. Thus, ALT PART6 any price.Iater "

farmers the merchants, the mechanic made a large actual gain in our vote over BRADSTREET SUED while the tra'nmeo' represent but 18 percent

But it does pay the crop speculators, the that of last year. In a few counties the --- of the total number of employe, tha aft C- M10 Bicycle OaUlopiiFraijsaoo : #
railroad, the banker and the politicians.It actual vote >s less than last year but fully For $35,000 Damages by a Merchantof casualties sustained by them account for anfo. o ; i

is making millionaires out of many of equal to it in comparison with the total New Orle..... 68 per cent of tba total casualties. A ,

them. vote cast. Taking into consideration the A New Orleans d sputch of Friday passenger riding continuously, at the $85.00 at rr.,. b' x $
diminished total vote In those countieslt rate of thirty miles aa hour, might expect 4
.
At a recent meeting of the Pasco wilt be found that we have retained onr i ssys who short Jobn'O.time Grant asked, furniture bs! creditors dealer, immunity from death by railway ao.cident STOLEN J?. LOVELL .AnM 4 CO., I

county Florida, alliance at San Antonio, full per cent of it and in many instances for a respite, filed ago a suit against Brad- for 1,700 years| but an engineer, MANUFACTURERS, BOSTON, MASS. i

a resolution was adopted asking the more than this. Of course ail apparent strert's Comm..rci l Agency claiming brakeman or conductor, under the same had ill teats Is rimti f.ttr tOO parr ClirtraN WaI.", *f hat,liter, "'elttrt,l,, rtUg< losiet seized with the condition is lUbla to fatal accident at
commissioners to make an appropriation are greatest avidity :
county for an exhibit at the World's by the opposition press wherever they oc thai$33,000 the defendant damages. company Petitioner on July alleges' 14 the expiration of forty years. _,_ _u__ _____ .

fair. A committee of three was also cur; and without making any analysis 1801, published a report regarding I The report recommends that express

appointed to appear in behalf of the of the vote, or instituting any comparisons standing in which the follow. companies, water transportation companies
allisncemen of the county before the to determine bow our per cent, of lag plaintiff1 words occurred and rolling stock< and terminal R

county commissioners in behalf of the toss corresponds with the decreased percent "It is unfavorably regarded by the companies be required to furnish railway .1I&ed$< ",1aI" I
of the total vote, such apparent statistics to the commission.
World's fair matter. This sentiment it be is local trade, who do not think it advisable -
loss though ,
among the alliancemen\ has been largely insignificant head-lines may to grant him the extension aske for.
under
worked up by the constant agitation of paraded indication flaming of the total disintegration as an Ills ms'bods brae been criticised ever '
infallible "WANT A
BACKER SURRENDEREDBy "AGON
'the necessity. by the.Florida prets. and utttr annihilation of the since he has been here and those consulted 2"i i
--
claim to here had
now never aay confidence ,
'n The Alliance Farmer' says: "We are People's party in Kansas. Rational peg.t'e in him. There was so article in Ills Bondsmen, bat Is Released on ANew W* suds wagons, buggies, lurreyt. High frjaef as light, II t
all this bluster! and I
now getting the true election returns recognize of ia roosters the whistle crow.of local paper charging him with hypo Bond. strong, durable, stylish, as beautifully finished u modernized

from the western states, and they are In. cowards political approaching political graveyard crisy, dishonesty an I immorality. Up to A Ksw York dispaicu cyst Abraham manufacture can produce. DulJt on honor by men of life .
Alliance bargained thi time the charge. hue not been<< : Backer dealer la commercial
deed encouraging./ The in which their polluted carcasses will paper, who experience. Honesty Is our policy| prompt shipment our
strength everywhere. The returns soon be buried In oblivion. Placing the refuted." ia under indictment charged with grand specialty! W. want to know you. Writ u* Cots '.
in the daily were lies Plaintiff alleges that aid stsUment Is larceny in the first degree, war arrainged you
papers
published conservative estimate the results nothing May lead to business and
most upon by Send
try for
made out of whole cloth. The alliance mallcfoUllD4 slanderous, and was made before Recorder Bmytha ia general .... I our
vote shows an Increase in nearly every of the election certain it that may, in be ibis regarded"olfear" with a view and for the purpose of injuring signs Monday and pleaded ,pot guilty. catalofue. Ills free to, iveryreader: of this paper, Binge i,

.county. In South Dakota the alliancecut ss absolutely without him and preventing his creditors His bondsman, Frank R -thschlld, who bamton Wagon Co., Binghamton, N. Y. .
majority of 60,000toless'thsna.OOOl1 in politics, any systemsticcampaign from graotiBg him the respiU asked for. had qualified I ia fifteen thousand dollars f
down a republican such as we conducted last "BUILT FOR BUSINESS. "
I And yet a partisan the educationalwork for_his _ppesrsoce, surrendered Bicker 'f 1 ,
, reljiog solely upon
year THE EDITOR ARRESTED ana
is : tiis latter was taken Into
the farmers' movement the and the limited local
-press ssys of past,
'
custody. Backer's ball
.' -dead." campaigns conducted by the several I For Raking Fads-to Pay the Arch was reduced Subsequently to 12,000, and Colonel
.i counties and in the face of a campaign 1. 'd.11
orncEma bUbop's Fine. Stone, president of the Contra National I r
NATIoNAL against us seldom! surpassed: even la a bank, deposited with tb. city chamberlain
of from Paris
North Caro- A cablegram Fridsy ,
President-L.. L. Polk, presidential rear, we have still fully held a cert,fled check for that amount,
Whea the of Alx
844 D. St. N. W, while ssys archbishop was
Una. Address, our own ia the aggregate, our percent thus securing Backer's release. The accused -
convicted of d. Fslliersmla\
insulting ) >
Washington D. C. has unquestionably been larJCllin- was arm ted on |b. complaint of

.., n, :. Vice President-a IL Clover, Cambridge errated. W. are of the opinion also sad liter fined of Justice 8,000 ana francs public, the newspaper worship, Judge William D, Harden, of Savannah, $65"OUR SILVER- QUEENT$65I
: Kansas. that not only oar per cent but our act.teal Oa., who sent a ootsfcr $10.000 which
found Figaro decided that it would open public I I. flrst.olas Buggy with Silver-plated Dash Rail/Seat '
Secretary-Treasurer. IL Turner, vote cast will be larger ia the wee negotiated but from which harden It possible a )
GeorjrU. Address, 239 North Capitol sggrega-e than it WM but year.' subscription to raise tha amount n.- received no return. There were a large Rail Handles Hub Bands, And Shaft Tip*, for above prtcf ; 'aO :T ti
the floe.
to ) It printed aa
.
.- Bt Lecturer-J., N. W.. Washington H. Willett, D.. O.Kansas. ..-. appeal necessary to the pay public, and fioally announced nigher of similar complaints against j Ad rrC t
i JJgker.
.cj.n& i
'-?" f Executiv Board-c. W. Macune. Tan rBUSCIPtB or Tas &T that enough money had been subscribed
,' DxrENDW.Goreoor to tweet the object la view Th w
;,4 D. G
Washington oJ
South Dakota Sylvester! Penuoyer of Ore- : government however, did not approve Y
.
Alonzo Ward.ll.Aaron, ; C aa
J. F. Tollman Palmetto. Tennessee. gon, contributes an interesting and able i this action on the part of the Figaro. THE PRESIDENT WENT WRONG. i C n DI 0 =i iY

., C. Demmloij. Chirman; argument iD the last number of TU holding that it was la violation of tha oZ Y 0 9X

4>.. t Ias, .JudiciaryH.McCracken, Ozone, Ark.{ A. E. ,North American Review la defense of press law which forbids the opening of He .1uapprorla&'tSOO.O O .f the

Cole F(, lerville, Mich. the Alliance principle of government snbscriptioBS to pay legal costs. Citation C..play'. Fan**.
*. ? VATIOXAI. UCaiSLATOT COCSCTU I loans to the psopU. Som. of his beta was, therefore served upon the editor Tb board of dimtors of the Standard

s ,: The presidents all the State organisations I points are contained ia the following ex I aid M will bf prosecuted. Gas of Ksw York 0>tym.t Fri X a aa'r Z 0 xG x
b
written
with L. L. Polk, Ex-officlo bal,. ractl: Tb archbishop of Aaaecy hat dry compalll'aeloa to consider the cue P1.
The mutterisgs d leooteat, a''though a letter similar to that which caused the of the former president of th company, < sSmiu
; man. o
.. heretofore disregarded" ha' tift"III.. j i prosecuttoa of the archbishop of AJx It W.Uae. O. A. Andrew charged wlla o
find expre-ioa la expected the govtmtMst wil: taU no-
Tn TASTY.Under venal 1 hey could BO 1 lit having saUspproprUud $300,000 worth
the above heading the Propres- the platform of say existing political tic* of the!letter and causa its author toW of the common stock .1tMcompany. N.> 3 I a

"It is all right for men therefore re bees cooUnjoed proaecut xl gottatloas were stfniptsxt looking to the Write for cur New SO page. Catalogue of all kind of Vehicles
Ave Farmer says:take interest la their LswellMMbeeded. These m tidings/ Toe meradia .poraI! aM _eual leteoraersted settlement of the matter outside of the Addr..eSOUTHERN

to be patriotic of it. have at length found voice in a a.w bvo t.0<<....... Wk.rerr Oocfa cours: ; the directors bring willing to No ,
defend it if it is worthy BUGGY CO.
, to sses.dcad
. party o1t, and their long bibs eblas aM 0cId'.1a <*p< $3,000,000 but IbU Andrews re.fwd -
:But there is SB end to such The o, Ujaa broo4a W w tb..tsgivisj
makes his Sup tipUsioa will usdoubudly (OucS' msey to ci'"
who wilt work himself, :
femur mldett. visa
fM ecmUz 1>
of
wife and children. work to raise a crop oi the lrest



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, 3C. 11, 1991.PDiAII .


RIPER ADYOCATB. 4- II. B. ARCHIBALD will beaten for livelihood. Liberal measures of William I uto'h, JAM*PBnefARD; president W. M.BBowx; W., Caehfer B. BAnxErr, Pice.1'reeident;

+ the office of Town Clerk and Treasurer. this kind have been used'with grat

After all, politics are a mat ifying success Ay enterprising communlties Dravman. RIVER STATE
*XiaZLT *oijjwAtP vOTW>to Mionoorr DZVZL the Hauling don at reasonable ratos. Attends I ND IAN BANK
OF THE nreuit KITEB ABLAEB ter of taste, and it is quite evident in West, and while all departing, and meets all arriving
WORTH tSCTIOKS.OBAHAM that the ability and qualifications the conservatism of some of our trains. ,
possessed by Mr.Archibald are not best citizens has heretofore led Orders left with G. B. Rnmph or at (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida) s

A TTAI.TOH, Propn. of that character which the average them to argue that such, measures ADVOCATE -office will receive prompt Authorized capital, $100,000

voter of Titusville values very would be establishing a bad preci- attention. ,Paid up. capital,
Officer Washington Avenue, Titusville, highly. After all, the defeat was dent, and amounted to a discrimi $25ooo
Indian River, Florida. of small moment, either to Archi nation against the old citizens, in Average deposits, $140OQo

bald'or to his friends, as far asthq favor of strangers ; yet a little reflection NEWSPAPER
office or its salary was concerned. must convince most of Transacts a General Banting
PQIILIaUED EVBBY FnmAV.Yom There is no doubt that Mr. Archi them that the enhanced value of SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY,
bald would have withdrawn several their property and the enlargement Business

Cheek,etc,nay be made-parable to 'Gr ham weeks ago from the contest but for of established business, by the introduction The Pioneer Agency.
Walton.." the fact that he considered it necessary of new enterprises and For terms and sample copies address Largest and Oldest! Bank on tea R1la

Address all communications to to remain in the field rather capital,, would greatly outweigh C. H. NAUMAN,
than have it appear, or be estab any disproportion in taxation. Fla. 'DIRECTORS!
county
Brevard
ADVOCATE, TTTCSVILLK, ,
INDIAN B1VBR JAS. ,W.B.
PRmmARn BARRETT
lished as a precedent, that the The ADVOCATE has already Spoken of the National Bank of Jacksonville( )*j ?
TmmvnXE, rtontoi.P.O. methods which were used against in favor of the bonding of the DDBKEB (*iv -i.icriuTiiiv National Btnlirt H
Box,44. Jacksonville), W. B. OBABAX and W, li,
him were to be successful In causing town for public improvements, and a Jno, McAllister UHOWS.
his withdraw!, or that of any while it believes that caution and COBKKSPONDKNTR.Renboard .
WE have never wavered for a in should F National Rank of New York and
other good man the future He prudence dominate in the Contractor for National Bank of Jacksonville 3
moment in oar belief that Senator made the conteston, principle, and inauguration of plans for the im TITUs yILLE
Call would be accorded his seat by does not feel crushed by his defeat.CANAVERALJERTAINTIES. provement and upbuilding of the Artesian Wells ,
the Senate, but we were not prepared -> city, yet it believes our watch f i ;1 ,
to hear that, the Senate words should ever be; Advance WATSON
;
J. S. & CO.
i' Eau Gallic, Fla.
would seat him almost on the first "Be bold-Be not too bold." ,
day of its session, 'and. without a The project of improving the

dissenting vote Now that the harbor at Canaveral is being push A ROOSTER IN THE STAR ar. w. Roger!' COMMISSION .AJSTD
time for the sober second tho'ughthas
ed ins practical way by Mr*Henry
DEALER IN CLOTHING
come, we wonder if Governor II. Harrison, who is now in New Of yesterday,' over an anonymous FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
Fleming will be able to find a hole to York ; and from present indications name Rogers., crows If the lustily cock for was Crisp tkprottge, Call of and the Gents. Famishing Goods; Shoes, Eats,

crawl into and pull it in after him. it seems quite probable that editor we might be inclined to have some Caps Umbrellas Trunks Tallses
DEALERS IN FERTILIZERS
John L. Crawford must feel sereneIj a liberal sum will bo appropriated fun with it, and pluck oat a feather here ,
as It is must let it FINE CIGARS, Etc.
happy. for this meritorious we pass
by Congress unnoticed except to nay in the reply to The only house In town making a specialty Orange box & crate material, orange wraps,
object. Aside, however, from any the statement that "the ADVOCATE does of Oents. Furnishing Goods.
SOHZ of the growers at Bock dependence which may be placed on not appear to wield the influence in local Drop in and examine my stock, and All kinds of Garden Seeds
ledge report, only about three government aid, it is quite within politics it would accredit to itself," Compare prices. Cash customer command ,
fourths as large a crop as last sea- the ability of our people to render that we have never claimed any great every consideration competitors Lime cement plaster and plaster hair.We .
Influence In local politics. In future wo claim to confer. ,
others have last
Eon, as many as the harbor at Canaveral available shall claim less. We set forth the abilities
Lear, while the groves at City Point to a certain degree at ,once. The of Mr. Archibald as we had a right Call when convenient First door are Headquarters for these Goods, and will not be undersold.
will exceed last winter's output by construction of an iron tramway to do, In a dignified way, and what little south of ADVOCATE office.
twenty-five cent. It is probable of less than three miles in Influence we' had was for him. The .
per length We are State Agents for THOMPSON & EDWARDS FERTILIZING CO., of
that the yield will about equal that from Banana River to the bight at very press,little however influence In this In community these matters.has DIXON & GRAY, Chicago, and I can sell at Jacksonville prices.It .
of last season, taking the river as Canaveral to connect with the Personal solicitation, 'especially among
Dealers In will pay you to see us before placing your orders elsewhere.
a whole. This is a very good showing steamboat line from Titusville, the colored voters, and the Importation
as the last crop was exception would of itself open, up the new of colored help from Cocoa, or other Drags, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet
points, are the most important factors.
ally large. The construction of wooden Articles Fins Soaps Stationery
port. & Our obligations to our friends do not T.
MURPHY
pier would afford a means for the demand that we shall go to such length, JEWELRY,
We have received information people Indian River to import and as we are not partial to work of the SPECTACLES ASEWING ,
which and nonperishable merch scavenger order, we are content, and MACHINES.
leads us to believe that heavy
operations
consider our duty to our friends and our Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machines and
will be resumed the andise. It is quite true that a
by readers fulfilled when we set forth their Machinery Repaired. Watches, Clock Jacksonville Machine
Canal Company in the immediate wooden pier would not last for abilities and merits In our columns, and and Jewelry a Specialty.
future, and that more work will be more than a few years, but it we don't propose to resort to personal School Books and School Supplies.
done in Dade county during the would demonstrate that the harbor solicitation among either whites or Subscriptions taken at publisher's prices
next few months than has ever at Canaveral had been rendered negroes in behalf of any one. for Newspapers, Books, Magazines, eta And Iron forks.

been done in the past in as 'many available, and long before the Three hundred and twenty acres 'of Prescriptions carefully compounded at
time
day
years. We are not at liberty at wooden pier rots away the govern excellent pineapple land for safe, at$12.50 any or night

this time to speak freely on the meat and heavy capitalists would land described as follows: The n.e. PUMPS ENGINES AND MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
the n.e. } of the a.e. of Sec. 21, C. J. HECTOR ,
subject, but hope to give our read realize the importance of this har and the s. w. }of the n.w. t, and w. | of ,
ers full particulars in the course bor. A tram-road and wooden the s.w. } of Sec. 22. all In'Tp. 87, 8. R. Dealer in GeneralMelbourne Made "Repaired.
of the next few weeks. We will pier, such as .wq mention, would 41 E., containing 826 acres.' About two
say this much, however, that it is make it possible once to have apples acres of Is above to be, which excepted is planted from the In pine sale. :a :eroIac iadise CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS, PIPING & SUCTION,

BOW almost certain the Canal Com. the mail to the Bahamas go via This land, of course, as will ,be understood Fla.
parry has secured all the funds it Canaveral instead of New York. A from the price, has no river front, Fox I'ho113phata 1 rdgiag.

seeds to push the extension of its semiweekly steamer of small size bat lies three quarters of a tulle-from Hats Shoes Clothing,Dry Goods OFFICE A WORKS:
canal from Jupiter southward could run'from Canaveral to Nassau the river, back of Jensen postoffice. It, ,
adjoins the very extensive pineapple 134.& 136 East Bay Street Jacksonville Fla
without further delay. and carry the malls, which at plantation of T. V. Moore, and his asso- Just Arrived. Splendid good : ,
via New York semimonthly Sjon-taM). } '
present ciates"Messrs. Ives and Ballantine..andIs
go / OILS PAINTS HARDWARE -
LEAD,
:-This, small mail line as good pineapple hind as can be bound
OUR article
iq regard bonding DRUGS ..GRAINOf E. G. BLAIR. D. B. THRASHER.
could be the In the county. 'Apply/to Bobbins A GROCERIES
the town, for the purpose of mak supported by subsidy Graham 13tf all kinds; and in fact a full line of
tag improvements, which appeared paid by the .Bahama government, everything. Call and examine. Blair & Thrasher
in our last issue, exceed consider without income from any other Commodore F. D. Hughes, in his
able interest and the source, but there is no doubt that fast steam launch Silver King, arrived ,
general sentiment here yesterday morning. She Is one of W. N. HENDRY.
such would be
of our people seem' to be in a route most popular finest steam yachts on Indian, River. PRODUCE BROKERS
favor of issuing bonds as soon as with tourists, and as the trade The Commodore, who gave the ADVOCATE Dealer la
the town government is legally between the-United States and the a pleasant call to-day, says she Is
authorized Bahamas is very heavy, a large Olft. long and 12ft. beam, draws Sift of
to do A few Commission & Merchants
so.
prom Distributing >
freight business would be handled. water, makes 12 miles an hour, and 1* General Merchandise
inent men seem to think that the 75 horse power. We understand she is ,
sum we named, $10,000, was too The opening of Commerce at Can beautifully fitted up, and cost 18,000. 153 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA.
small, but under the law towns are averal is no longer .a question of He will probably station her at Roe'k DRY GOODS, ,
not allowed to issue bonds in excess the distant future, but it Will certainly ledge this winter, and use her as a pleasure NOTIONS, P. O. Box 761.
for tourists who anxious
yacht are
be within
of a certain percentage of opened up a year to get to the ocean and other places,of STATIONERY
their assessed valuation. We have perhaps, though In a small way., Interest ORANGES AND PINEAPPLES
not at hand for reference
a Choice Groceries
of the revised statutes, but thin ENCOURAGE TOWN ENTER Indianola. A SPECIALTY.

the maximum ,is 5 per cent If we PRISES. Mr. F. Bergman spent Friday at City MIMS, FLA. Consignments of all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables! and Produce Solicited

are correct in impression, it will be Point LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE PROMPTRETURNS.,
impossible to issue bonds for even Besides the project for a good Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Johnston called on J. M. Sanders References: National Bank of the State of Florida; .W. H. Sharpe, Sharpes; T; Y.
$10,000, for the assessed value of hotel for sportsmen, to be erected friends in Indianola Monday, Moore, Eden; Well A Sons, Plant City, eta lijun
the Mrs Such has just began to ship-her Dealer In psi sTIlEBESTIS
property within the town limits on the property of Mr.BenJ. Young
of Titusville is not more than at North Titusville, mentioned in and Tangerine her trees oranges.are heavily She ladened.has a fine grove DRY GOODS NOTIONS

$150,000 per cent of this sum our last, we learn that Mr. Young Rev. 8. F. Oove will preach the funeral THE CHEAPEST
would be only $7,500, and that will has also in contemplation the. laving sermon of the late Rev. J. R. Field at CROCKERY,
probably be the limit of our first of a marine railway on the the Baptist church on Sunday the 13th SADDLERY,
issue of bonds. Two or three north side of the point, at the end Inst, at 3. p. m. We hope to see a large STATIONERY, --A1 T= TOLD
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years hence, when the assessed of congregation.
Washington avenue. Mr. Stephens
Mr. Samuel Field is about to start atore. FAMILY MEDICINES,
value of our town is increased ESTABLISHED AND RELIABLE FIRM ,
to of the Merrill-Stephens Engineering The lumber is on the ground, and GARDEN SEEDS. ,
$300,000, a new issue of bonds for Co., of Jacksonville, will work on it will begin Immediately. Let
$15,000 might be made to pay up prepare the plans and estimates. the good work go on,brother "Compe CHOICE GROCERIES, THE L B DARLING FERTILIZER CO of
I I.
the old issue and make further'Improvements. This, like the hotel, will be 9 stock Utica is the life of>, trade." HAY, CORN, MATES' FERTILIZERS, ,, PAWTUCKET R
will The school is progressing finely under FINE PATENT FLOUR .
concern, and undoubtedly be a IS THE FIRM_
the efficient management of Mr. G. W, -
paying investment. It is proper Schuyler. Indianola should consider C7oooa, Florida.L.B.DECI .
TEE Timet.Union of Wednesday that the people of Titusville, and herself lucky Indeed In being able to secure Who Manufacture those FERTILIZERS that are especially adapted for the
was calculated to mislead in the the river generally, should subscribe the services of such a competent ORANGE, VEGETABLE and PINEAPPLE GROWERS OF FLORIDA.
matter of the Senatorial contest. liberally for the stock of teacher. T R, These Fertilizers have always given the very best of satisfaction wherever they
One Quite a party of young folks, with have been used. Southern Office and Warehouse
might suppose that the both hotel and railway; not so at
question Mrs. J. G. Martin as chaperone,attended CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
had been finally settled In fa.vor much because the money to be the Phantom Party at Mr. A. L.Faber's, JACKSOSTILLK, FIOBIDJU
of our favorite, but as a matter raised here is heeded by the promoters Friday night hut, and all agree that a O. B. WEEKS, State Agent, No. 8, Bostwick Block.
of fact Senator Call was only but because it would show vote of thanks should be extended to Mr. Having had 44 years'-experience In all SyCatalogues describing our fertilizers with prices and testimonials sent free
Jones, as they feel certain he rescued branches of the building business, will application. .
warded his that upon
seat pending investi our own people have faith in
them from a watery grave-or at least a attend to anything In his line of work,
gation by the appropriate commit the success of the undertakings, wet costume. with promptness
tee. While there is little doubt and this is the best argument to East Coast
that the Senate will decide ia his induce outside capital to invest in RZADQvARTZBS: Transportation Oo.

favor, there is some possibility of them. The town should show its YACHT RACE. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Commencing Nor.15th the steamer J..V.Sweeney will ran w(allow*i

a slip friendliness to these enterprises by BXrEBKKCXS: srrtving Lean New aHo .dte"Xoodaye S p.m.Leavy ,**** *** sod*******at T a.m,and TlouTilk. at i p. m,

THB extending Washington avenue PURSE.IHOO.OO. Geo. B. Rumph and Robbins 4 Graham. Kockledg on Tuesdays, Thundaj* and Saturdays at 7 a,m, and TltMTine at U noon,
arriving u New u
Smyrna / r.
Supreme will
court this north to the river, as soon as these p.
week, take up and decide the CAM enterprises are assured, for certainly t ISocOmopd ,PY2 all. freight marked,and bill of lading read via JaekMniU,ears of Ewt lout 7taneport-

of the Indian River Steamboat Co. the public streets should be Presented bj than Ricer, Rock
vs. the East Coast Both nrug ''tPatent
Transportation opened promptly whenever the establishment
Co., involving the right to use the of businesses
new or Grub &
For Yachts Owned on Indian Medicines Puller
railroad wharf at Stump
Titusville, by even residences, require their use. River. ,
the competing line. The last legislature We would even advocate that in.
[ however, unfortunately re. ducementa be held-out in the way Claw ranging from 17 to SO feet. Elegant Perfumery tad Met Articles
pealed the law forbidding diecrim- of partial exemption from taxation Entrees to be made to A. S. LEX, We make the most Practical and Powerful Stump Puller on earth. Simple In
iaation by a railroad between com etc. for the establishment of Hotel Indian River, Rock Ledge. Kept constantly oa hand at construction and operation. Will pull a 10 inch tree or stamp with one home in
,
two to four minutes' time. It will do the work of 10
men time.
; saves
1 petlng lines of steamboats; BO that manufactures, or any other new ENTRANCE, FREE. and hard work. Our machinery gives the beat of satisfaction to oar patrons expense, 14
with the chief support of the E. C. business, which will give addition J. 33. Screven'sDRUGSTORE. has no superior; win pay for itself in a short time

T. Co's case, thus knocked from al employment; as the population 1o Tutee Pores January 16, 1892. PRICE, F. O. B. CARS, SIGOURNET, IOWA, 175 A $85 COMPLETE.
under it, little can be hoped for of Titusville will always be approximately ., Agents wanted, to whom we will allow a fair commission u

I from the court ia opening our river the number that the Sailing DUtaaoe from Rock Ledge I) Alto the latest Newspapers,- Periodi Iowa Grubber Co., Sigourney Iowa.. 1
highway to competition. business of the place will afford .a Fairy Land and reUra. j* cal, etc. : UdecttM ,

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'I CHRISTMAS SEEKERS, .\ :' < ;. .f .-
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BARGAIN REAPERS,
PEN[ ALL THE TEAR ROUND. .. .'a, : -" :I't
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0\' NOW IS THY TIME TO BUY. t :
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Xxosozrts: In our, crookery' clopra.rtmont.: ; .t ;'
;tai Low /tatet for Summer Guests. : .
F. BUDGE Titusville Fla. -
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j,. G. MCDONNELL; Jensen. Mark Your Linen. H. R. OLMSTEAD v 'i I :

ang3m Proprietor.Order Rubber Stamp with :your barns. bottle "Cartr' INDIAN RIVER LUMBER CO. ; .
Warranted Imfellible Ink, only SVWi .
in
Dealer ,
The Pioneer
Marks Clothing, cards, Hook, everrthlne. ,, ,
Suit.. Mr. T. V. Moore has out (00,00 tomato Southern Rubber CorManofarturen,Richmond, ", .

J. P. Turner & Co.a have just added plants more. and. expects r to plant as many; Va. int. GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Incorporated, Feb. Q8i :1891.: ; ''t

Ihe finest display of samples, for mer- N.' W Ayer & Son's American R. ;
: HANSON, Manager. :{ : .
hant tailoring, that it has been our The sloop Independence is on the ways Newspaper Annual.A Eau Gallic.I : w" ,

trfod fortune to see in this country, and for repairs. Mr. J. Cleveland will accomplish i CA1'.U.ooUW American and Canadian" :
the job. or keep.In Stock a Choice variety 01 TITUSVILLE. FLA ( j
the prices, are very reasonable. With I Newspapers, with 'I'aluablllintornlation KRnrd- )
|ver three hundred samples to select Mr. R. D. n'oke and family returned '. tog their Issues,circulation political or other ,GROCERIES: HARDWARE, )
distinctive feature,date of e t bll hment, pint
rom. You can leave your measure andbet home from Tltusrille on Saturday, last, 'I. torlptlon price,names of Stilton and Fubllahen -* CROCKERY,TOILET ARTICLES, ETC HOUSES FRAMED TO ORDER. ',. ?fj :
Just as nice A fit as if you personally i accompanied: by Mrs. Boko's sister, Miss ,together with aOASB'M1IEB
; And will Sell Low the LowestCall '
as as HARRISON: BROTHERS' MIXED '
PAINTS, unequalled for beauty dud luting ,
Stepped Into; your own tailor in New I May Schultz. DUCRIFTION: ; ;, 'i
York: or Chicago, and ordered your suit of the cftlwi and towns In which they'are pub ', and examine my Stock. 18 qualities; Colof Cards and prices on application. : :t. I ,I'I';; k r
Suits furnished in from 8 to 12 days. *tf The Hogg'saw mill is being repairedby lished. It Included a lint of all newspapers of .
Messrs. Hoke & Adams.' They expect the United States and Canada which insert ad- Agency for the "Aermotr, the befit Wind Engine made 't' '\ J" '
rertlxements, counties, with the "I
arranged by
to have the mill in running order by location, character of surface and toll, chief HODGES & GODFREY
Lake Worth. the first of Jan., of next ;year. prodncM and manufaotnreii or each State,terri ,
tory and county In the United States and Can Titusvill :Bakery""f
'j a 1
of
Christmas is not very; often spoken of. ada. Also the Prem and Editorial Anoolatloni Manufacturer:

Band practice was held Saturday; nightin Only a few people talk about saving of the U. B.and Canada and their officers, and..
list of all religions and agrlcnltnral pl1bUca.tIon8
| the school house. Christmas eggs. Suppose there will bea elaes and trade nubllnatlon of every deacrlptlon > Yellow Pine Lumber .A. T. :MOlVTEtLA. JProp. "
few hogs around. and all newniiapen published In for- }4 t
Wind Is much from the northeast ,,
very sign lancuairas. Population from the United ROUOII A DRESSED, .
with some! rain. The warm weather and pleasant showers States Census of 1WO. Price $0.00., carriage Ormtf rays Me.. 1 Com. favored Lake Worth promises good'crops to the truck paid. lldooim. Fruit AVegetable Crates. BREAD CAKES PIES AND CONFECTIONS. ,1
Bergin River' "
farmers. Messrs. Richards and Linse i Lumber delivered at any part of Indian
I with a visit last week. on through bill of liulin Anyone nontempla '
have about 3,000 tomato plants out and JUST RECEIVED hug building on the Kant Ooant.world do well to Wedding and Party Cakes made to order.'
Mr. Stepnen N. Andrews, of Orange will set 2,000 more. The above-named write for price. The Hawmlll situated on the
[Grove Station was up on Tuesday gentlemen; made their first shipment of J.,T.A K.W. Ry. miles tooth of falatka. QUALITY CLEANLINESS OUR MOTTO.
and beans last Tuesday.; Agents i Cocoa,K. 8tilin< |Ell"Galls Eugene
I The Illinois came in Thursday, AT Bra nerd. IIIIIOpt1Sauumallfgllu'Putnnm

I left again! for THusville on Sunday.; Jacksonville CO.,Flo.Socteino J. HILL H M. PAPWORTH. "
will be < i
I Mr. Sincox of New 'York-*is visiting

I[his Palm friend Beach.Mr.,.Willis Comstock' at lower, James pleased val, Glenada, Windsor to know, Grand, Everett that View although Carleton and the Togni, Du-St. F. C. 2Uln'BGEORGIANA ORLANDO NURSERY, W. J. HILL & CO. ; J '


Mr. J. W. Porter returned Thursday; hotels are closed for the summer, still .. "-
I from Jacksonville, where he has been that elegant hotel-The Travelers JAS. MOST prop'rltLANDO" ESTABLISHED 1873, 1t. ,

I for the past.two weeks. open for the reception of guests. This FLA;:, FLA. yS
Is the only hotel which succeeds in mak. WFOnD, ,z'X-
Dennis O'Neil was from New ,
Capt. up : :
friends fag money and friends both winter and '
River on Wednesday; his many; summer To strangers we would say Orange Trees, THE .WHOLESALE HOUSE FOR '", :' 1 "
him. .
were glad to see 200 DOZ. '
Lemon Trees ?
that The Travelers is not a boarding ,

ears David Brown and Mrs. Anna house or a restaurant with a few rooms Grape Fruit Trees, Hardware, .stoves doors : ..v '
Bonker, with her daughter, Miss Sadie, connected but a first-class hotel withaccommociation Catley Guavas. '

returned from the north Wednesday. for one hundred guests Tahiti Limes, LeConte and Keifer Sash blinds paints leads, '
Remembe The Travelers. *tf JELLY GLASSES -,
Schooner Bessie B., belonging to Ly- Pears, Peach and Persimmon. Trees, Oils brick lime, cement "
is the middle bar at tho
man Bros on Niagara Grape Vines.
Inlet, she probably will be a total loss. Georgiana I Iron lead sewer & fire-clay pipes J

The fast ;yacht :Martha, belonging to v. We Lead !. a General Line of N reryStock. And all Building al

Capt .U. D. Hendrickson, brings the Miss Dudie Gilbreath returned to-day; GO DDOSZ. TaoKOm Materials.Write '

mail now,. with Geo.- S. Adams in charge. from a,two weeks,stay at Cherokee. for Prices. ,

'Ml s IJllle Pierce returned Wednesday; Mr. Eaton, who owns the Hall] place MASON'S

i from a weeks visit to friends in Jupiter. on the Banana River, returned from the
She reports the oyster supper a success, north to-day, and was met by; Mr. A. M. IMPROVED TO WHOM, CONCERNED

and says she had A very pleasant time. Carter, who is to take him home at / Davidge's Fertilizers '

Jupiter-Hypo. Mall achedule is once. ,

backed to the old way; leaving Jupiter, Miss Lucy; Nelson, of Grante, is spend. JARS, The EpEN GROVE HOUSE, at Eden, : :; ,
,Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturday, lug some time With Mrs. Getbam, attending "
arriving at Hypoluxo on the same day; at school at this place. ,PINTS & QUARTS. Is Positively! ; .Permanently CLOSEDto Are Manufactured from the Best Fertilizing Ingress 't. l+

4. p. m. Leaves Hypoluxo on Mondays; The acct' bell arrived last week, and no the Public. ,'Tourists and others will ; E

Jupiter Wednesdays same and day. Fridays., arriving at by more coming excuse in for late.interacting The ben the II'minister'ft 660 Send in orders at govern themselves accordingly. 'FOR ALL :
once CROPS & LATITUDES '
Christmas draweth near. The Hypo- pounder, and is first-class in every; re- your .THOMAS E. RICHARDS, ;f |f ,

luxoites are going to have a picnic at .pect"anc1,every; one seems pleased. .
the foot of Lake Worth. What are the I lIY 'j' ,, ,
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There was'ft donation party at the THE "
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rest of you going to last From I ', '. <' e < > -f 'f
Parsonage Wednesday night. V
the appearance of the minister's dining EQUITABLE I. ii. Dayiclge XTertllizer' : Ciz
The laws of health are taught in the sekoolst room, and his smiling face, at the closeof W GLEASON & CO 4:; : }!i j
be of much practical benefit ,
to
but not In a way the evening, we judge it was a success ASSURANCE < ,
and are never UlUltra&ed by It'I'lDg eumplell. .
which In many cues easily be done. U ID every; respect- ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES 121 Front St.New York '?! -; >
some scholar,who had just contracted a cold I : -<: J
wae brought before the ichool, ip that all ooold A very laughableexperlenoe tins that SOCIETY ;
the dry, loud onugh and know Its if gnlfta of Mrs. Mnrry's last Saturday evening. : TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS'EX.. FOR SALE BY And'by; Dealer at :'j,. ". 'iProfosHional !
canoe i eee the thin white coating on the tongue, from a pleasuretrip i'< ,J,.., .
and later.u the cold developed, ice the profUIIe They were returning WittfeTd's famous Of the United States. AUINED AND PERFECTED. E. L. Brady, IndanitiverLandings'a, '' ,<;, '
watery expectoration and thin Watery discharge to Dr. FairyLand ''1 .
from the noee,not one of them would Cyst for when she remarked: "There's a : Tltusville, Florida and Stations generally, .
ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND RESURVEYS
get what the fins Symptoms of a cold Chamberlain's were. The duck; let's catch It." One said, "Its The Largest, Safett Life Atiur- -- ---,, .-,
should then be given
ICbolar freely. that all might pee that wounded;" another said, "Let's row tot OBTAINED.
Cough Remedy Co. in the World.
even aevere cold could be cured In one or two ;" one said, "It will fly or dive." But ante Defective Homestead: and Pre-Emptlon

daJl erlyireatedaeeoon or at lent greatly AI the mitigated drat aymptoina when-prop.appear. nothing daunted; Mrs. Marry was determined Entries Corrected and Perfected Cocoa Furniture! EmporiumII j p
So whilehe
have that duck.
to '
This remedy U famous for lu care ormoat Claims 'adJulted.before the Depart
coughe.cold aud croup Ie ta made eepeclktl' rowed gently toward it, she bared her ne 'American Casualty Insurance and ment at Wulllngton.'Correspondence .
the most prompt and
.and II
for these t hand went her sleeve, downwent
reliable medicine known for the purpose. dainty ; up the cold water and solicited. Buying Furniture Unfinished, at Knockdown prices, and having II finished the hand Into
M cent bottles for sale by John M.DUon J74-drag.gilt. hers. The duck was, Security Co., In Cocoa. The saving of freight and'damage In transportation, enables me to .',',' -, rs ;
success was cap EAU CALLIE FLA. '
meet from ,
competition source whatever.
____ any i ,
and
the table of Mr.
turgid; and graced Also dealer in Paints, Oils and all Painters' Materials Cotton and Linseed ,'
Meal
ALPHA. Writes the Best Accident Policies. No ; y ,
Mullet Creek.Rainey Mw. :Murry on Sunday. InltiatloD.Foe. No Annual Dues. No FOR Potash and the standard 'brands of Fertilizers on hand, and supplied at, mantas "

& Williams have six acres in Assessments, tures'prices and freight. ,
fine condition and nearly all planted. One Weekly -. Also new 1-rocess GsVollne Stoves and Wood and Oil Stoves.. ".'

Mr. Peter Hudson still clearing land Buys a'good Gold Watch by 'our Club Wines Spirits ) A FULL LINE OF GENTS.' FURNISHING GOODS. .. .

for more tomatoes, and ha his beans System.; On 14-karat gold-filled cases F. .4. :Er-u.x: >r>oxca., t

planted are warranted for 20 years. Fine Elgin COCOA Indian RIyer Florida. "
MANAGER ORLANDO FLA.Agents ,
;
wind and ,
Mr. Adams has a number of acres in or Waltham movement. Stem :Beers '
garden. Mr. Douglas is clearing more set Lady's or gent's size. Equal to O. K WOOD. Agent. ,:' :
land for a winter's crop. any $W watch. To secure agents wherewe for Titiuville: JlovdlTittu. .
i!

ground Mr. Fred planted Prange, and has will a soon larger begin area to of have cue Watches none, we for sell the one club of price the buntIng $28, CIGARS, ETC.OF Cards. Davis, & ,Robinson. t

send C. O. D. by express with privilege
His look fine. and THE'FINEST QUALITY, acomai SOMUM. VII.TICB A amAJUM. Tailors
ship beans. potatoes of examination before paying for Notice for Publication. Hi Shop, (- to

The Smith Bros. are hard at work, tame. oo TO ROBBINS" GRAHAM, TITUSVILLE, FLA. : '.

planting, and have at least ten acres In Our agent at Durham, N. C., writes: LAID Omcx, OAIKKSVILIJC, FLA., ) c
garden. They; have been very; successful 0ur Jewelers hare eonfeeud they don't knownowyoucan Nov. 7th, 1801. J Lesley & Renaker. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Repairing, cleaning and dlell1i)6"'J.:

in raising garden truck. luroUh such work for the money. Notice U hereby rives that the fonowin TITUSVILUE, Brevard Co., Florida.
informed what the heath S. C., pettier filed notice of Intention to Families Supplied. Back of Norlon'a8odaFaotoq. "
I have not been Our agent at Springs, named na* r.o. BOX,Zee ,
land the sisal make final proof in Support of his claim and
crops will be on the Home ; writes: that Mid proof will be made before tile Clerk of Will practice la all ItMeooDtleaaf tbeBerentbCircuit ,
hemp on four acres 1s looking fine, "Your watches Cake at.l6b6 TIle gentleman ClrmittCoort.atTitu.TUJe, Tuv, on the Mh of aa4 In the Bupreine Court. Special fa.ellltle J
that hemp will do well near the I who got the last watch eald that be examined UM Tli.t O. OLBAJU of Eaa Pine & Cypress Lumber for Examining:: and Perfecting Laud CHAS. MORGAN, /: I
showing
Sad priced a jewelers watches la fancaster Sau ,Vla7D.8.t.'"to the t *i N.L Y Tltlee. (Coneemmdenee solicited from Claim '
beach. that were DO totter than yours, but tile price and E.M of 8. K. i.Boetlon T.tf;8. R. 7t"He tea and U.ln to Spanish Graou.. .,'
Mr B. A. Circle has returned to his .was p45." namee the following wltoe.e. to prove OF ALL KINDS, Money. K Luaa.P. I JEWELER f{ i

homestead, and Is busy preparing for a Our agent at Fennington,Tex., writes: hU continuous residence. JamMT.Hon.of upon and MelboaiMi ealUraUoaof.ealdlandTta. BOUGH OR DRESSED. L. UAULDUI, i. T. ssosss. TITUSVILLE, J'LA'.j" ; '
large crop of vegetables. His place U of the watch and am pleaeedluSuneaVure. John\ Canon, of Eau(Mite;Rui art K.Carrot,of Motarj. Attorney for Board Coantjr t "",
finely situated at the head of St. Sebas- AU who ban seen .> Kaa hull J Kugepe Jtralnerd,of EM Oalli Shingles Lath Orange Pine CommtMlueiera.fAULDEN f' 4
tian Bay and Joins the land recently would be cheap&t S4Q" 1... AI.BZ.LriK,Befleter. ; A SANDERS, Has j lust received a large and completes '
the One good reliable agent wanted for assortment of the latest style In ;< .
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of
member
purchased by a will erelong Notice for Publication. & ... FPINSr
Write for particulars. apple Vegetable Packages. r
montL, L Yacht Club; and each place. ATTORNET8-AT-LAW, '\1ri'
JEWELRY
York. .
Co. New I'
become the winter resort of Its EMFIBC: WATCH LARD OUICK,"OAiXEdVILLZ:, FLA., t Win practice la all toe Cora of tbe awe <:". ,>> ,
4decl2m.Chamberlain's. of norida. sad UM United aura Cooru.r. .
members. Nov. 7th WJ>1. f It will pay parties who contemplate : 1 1 {
I already begun to receive building to call on, or address us. Mill .a BOX,tat TrruBniJLE.! rtx.MoaeytoLoM. :
Oak Lodgtt baa Notice to hereby finn that the followingaawd BET& PLAIN RINGS ,': ,
tourists, and Is noted as the i home Eye ud BJda eetUer ha Sled notice of bU Intention to at DeLeon Springs. II "
of scientific people during the winter. Ointment. make final proof In eopport of Isis e.Iai&ad Orders promptly Ailed. CHAINS CHARMS, Era pf "
Ml4 will be wade before the Clerk of
Its many attractions make It one of the A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyw. a-t lass Cost proof,as TI-'I'We.' ra. OB the Mh of Chandler & Landers, HOWELL TITUS, UIX *KC: TJlXII. ."
most deMrabble places of resort on the Old January, use. vat Roam K. CAB....of taeMUle.S
Scald Head.
and Tetter. Salt Rheum, ( a. P. O., THE: SPRINGS FLA. ATTORNET-AT-LAW,
river, white the genial proprietor the Chronic Son, lever Sores, Ecaenu, !.sriS.tolR.w.iieatwol / L. Casper, Aytid, Tropic, :4 ..4SA"Me
his wife spar no pains to satisfy Ie cowUI p n,_CIa of range aT_c. : 1'14.tIaIIcJ eWw Arid la all toe eoorU of the Tt' f...
wants of their guest Mr. Latham Is Itch Prairie Scratches Son Hippie He camel the following witnewee to prove .
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planting larger area (of ground than and Plies. It U cooling and oothlna. of latac1Dreel.s.DJtOet.aa4ou1ct..auo.said lead visa Lena Ull iobm,at Fan: I JMtrJiJltOaati. ni
his garden of last year. Hundreds ease have been cared by Gatue George O.Olea....of Eu: OaUtei/uha TIN SHOP. TITUaYILLK, n.L '

ALATSA It after all other treatment Ud toflai Otfeo_*,ol KM Oalliej Ragas Brataert, KM ao :
Gall B. B. L. WILLS.PHYSICIAN
To d Customers. It II put up to Hand 60 cent boxM. 14 Alas. LI'IICDIe Register. D 'Sot!l! --y. ;;
my Having bought out the stock and toolsof =6 ,
Tmnmujc,TUL.,Dee.1.1W. Notice for Publication. Mr. ... T. Budge la the Tinsmith bust. SURGEON, -0= I
Pleaae allow me-to thank; lot POSY patron- Sheriff's Sale. ness, I am prepared to do Unsmlthlag at A graduate of the University of Pena S r.
and rayon sod I kip,to men a eonMr. o.unnu.u.FJ.A. sod of i
age ryas and Lain>>omca A7 J short notice. ylvaala, aa experience twenty
ta.ana 01 tile- &Y.Bore Una 1-.5.11.Notts la offers Us. services to i
ta.- leag nqaJrM wiLla the Tita.villeVltava and by .utue 01 aD lItcioe Issued Jean practice, .i( p.1ba p.
upt Ca. aeanltifee Us aellinc via _UDder t 01 tile a;uWIt)' .CoouS. 101'ttherela d.pa..S.ai.q. _M_MIebY....Ued cna coda&IIa&or hlwtw tile foU bu.tma tb.basi- Issue
Jaq ln a tile Drq J"Iorida.,ill C8rla sad el .his .au.. aa4 CBKVKJT'S.
I. omcx OYZB DB.
.. .spport
aaal
_PIOrtBC a book Ha&dl15 are plaiadas prod Contractors furnished with
Dea wW Cot justify y wbron A. 1. will be ....WON A. A.Brew B specialty.
IiaTiorcedtoauitT will s.U by .pscldordasetdaittih.e .w ,root
that
harliucall tha work to do aiyaelf. cWeDdeaa. I [
a chaage. M. atatte* bow o. B.Jma.l u-.Mtaur a..J_. Jruod.ge of paidManes. art Clod Circa1'Court,u rtWe. Pa.. w valleys and flashing at reasonable rate RUE P ELY,
{ xanTdMrany friend Buy be; bow anxious re-......of)fr. taMe FebruarY I61Ja.IIIIIZ. .111 Cas-C.CUNYWq. 1'r- tbe Lo dUMUIIS t, Will eoatraet fur work on Indian LA I :'
I and wining I mabe to P..... I eaa-c AU say J1 dda.eM finS Muadav SJanuary PL, Ma.ISl..e River. None but good workman era- :
jl order Sates 1& a aom.pated with eM e..h.lu .I 0.. IAIIII. f... ..... to tIoeWdda. klAeet la4WI OfUi(iediowlag.tt.os w..9T2S.aLfLIa torft8.. 1I101ed. Conespandoace aoJJeJ&ecL REAL ESTATE, FIRE LITE AND
wW be sill AI pr.s.ps&ad to eM a-t fu 1I'OO4ot.' s.mr tJM .......... ACCIDENT lM VJl&JIICJC. -
each Aay laoney left ovw wWI it.1! ... ?II soya r.... klvss. lte eoa a.os.unideue spas sad el. Orders e&If be left with F,1' B.d,. at -3
! advaalaca be pearie41a poeelble.w ijoatage ttaatpe,a?aran oa wit .*, CIIe property .< IN .ttka said vas A.B.01.EM..lI o.n.0I1I.wUaad, Vial WP Pl.id his hardware. store. notary r.Mle fof tae Male LMge. I k

oe Zadiaa Wnw eatmDudtbe1M 8tac.e. BeaL ecaaara' shown.- spill cWtIII4UCoJL =.... a yr Ea4 M. R H.G4..cy' """ IMcIe.Fall lefutiitaHoe as teOoeawaieM sad.(ate !

I a.&piat.. cr putelgbaeeJ7 reou lf team. r.Arauaot4. lU.;z. 1owAS. &M GaWe.J1a. AL&X L-e W. O. DAY, Tituaville.I KXUOOUIB,.n.&. 1 .

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-- ; also know how much easier tnl ]I- Feed and Ftd. .
ABOUT GUARDS. AT ALL HAZARDS FOB Filth AND ARDEI They
THE WIDE WORLD.GENERAL .. '.. bam can be keptwarm Teacher-"What tense is feed I"
a
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cheaply
V. ," .*>i > .. ;A : more "Present -
f tense.
The .Question 'of Their Employment Governor. < Unchanan Says that the' Con ,- HOW..., .tO.. MBAStiHE> ., HAT.About In the winter than It can be kept cool Boy Teacher- -,"What tense u fed I" .j.

TELEGRAPHIC 'AND Discussed. rlcti Mast be Sept Back. ; In the summer. This1 lute also 1 applies Bor-"Pat tooso" "
well-settled
I A Nashville dispatch lay t There A Nashville dispatch of Monday states 600 cubic feet of to the dairy-house. With the Teacher-"Correct: *'Qireaa exam- ,',

CABLE CULLINGS was a meeting Tuesday the goverD r'* that ia an interview Governor Buchanan hay, or about 700 of -wmown bat, peculiarly pie.! ,

office regarding the convict trouble. says that "the convicts'shall be returnedto will make a ton. Ten cubic yard of stable we. have the Boy-"After the taart feed the waitti

From Beside the governor, the three prison In.spectors the mine if ,ftt kes every able-bodied hay in mow weigh 'a ton. When the favorable condition that with proper begot fed.",-Street & Smith' Good
Of Brief Items of Interest of man In the euta'to do It'" :
treasurer, secretary state, the heat of the cows NI"".
Various Sources. comptroller, superintendent of prisons "When will\ they be returned gover bay i* taken, out of old stacks eight. ot management made to keca tbo stable _, _ _ _
....-- and warden were present. The status of nor!"' he Was asked. nine yard will make a ton. When bodies can be Ceameailable.

Shock of earthquake were felt in affairs wu discussed, and the superintendent '"That I don't know yet,!*' dry, eleven .or twelve ,cubic! jards o.f nffictently warm even in the coldest All claim not consistent; with the bIn

Tacoma, Wanh., Monday. autbolzed to employ 100 men at "Will you send a military guard with clover make a ton.- St. Louis Re weather. To do this the stable ,mnll character of Syrup ot'Flgi' are pnrposdy i
Bncevtlle and 100 at Coal Creek for them I" [ :
The lasue of Windom |2 silver men and properly planned.It i '
new be well made avoided, the Cal. rig Syrup Company,
guard duty.should that many be required, "I cannot tell yon that. I can simplysay public. n
certificate began Tuesday. Nothing was done in regard to Oliver that the convict bin be returned to will not do to be a ventilator crank acts e ntly on the kidney,liver and bew,b,

Dlipatches of Monday state that yellow : Spring, but the tame number will probably the mines if it takes I every ablebodiedman HOW TO GROW BLUE ROSES. and have too much fear of the smell. oleaniing the iyatem effectually,but It U not

fever at SaoW,1I rapidly spreading. be allowed there. It is pretty certain in the state to do it. I* not that. Blue of It i* : a cure-all and 'snake no pretension .
roses Imte bithertobeen ranked of the tablo, though course, th tevery
to Moada ,
Small ,
intention t"Although
: pox. according that it is the governor' to enough
diipatcbea, 'is again epidemic in Guatemala create a military guard of at least seven- the governor was reticent, among the things unattainable. By proper to do, all that i* within reason bottle will not substantiate. {

and Honduras. five men at each stockade. At soon ss from other sources information was gath. the most madern methods of''culture, to prevent this. By having the cow, Tbfre ha been a steady rise In the avertm
James of Allegheny the stockades*are finished the recaptured ered concerning the matter. The lessee I see at which men and women marry ever
Wyman there '
mayor however, all difficulties i. are said to properly bedded and kept cloau line*1673.
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Pa., was arrested Sunday, charged with convict will be marched into them have made a demand UpOh the state for
embezzling fund of the city. against/ whatever opposition may be tbe convicts. 'Ibis demand Was answered vanish. For example, water a pure will be no smell to speak: of. Up to. Bewar .Olntmeate CeatiilB lbv Catarrh, Tin

Fire at Gladstone, Minn., Monday offered. Their capture hat. already cost promptly that when the convicts had white rOle budh continuously with a the present time everybody seems to .1a mercury will surety Mercury destroy the lenle

deitrojed two flour sheds, a coal dock the state $9,899. been c.aptnred they would be returnedif solution of prussIan blue, and the eniniDjf J)e afraid of overdoing the heating smell and completely derange the whole I,.of..
tern when entering it through the
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auDolied with a sufficient miaid mUCOUSl1ll'o
and an ore dock. Lois, 70000. Z.ATKB DKVKLOFMEOTSt: and proper buds will take on a sympathetic business, and think the temperature face. Such article should never be USed Meept ,

A fire Sunday morning Inthe wood and department Another dispatch of Tuesday states will be built quarters at once. This Proper will quarters take i tinge. In llko"manner proceed with should be kept down to 40 or 60, and clans,on a*prescriptions the damage they from will reputable do U ten fold phni.to

novelty good of Joy cumpany& Sellgcr's, Newark plush, N. J., that the arrest of any of the partners of about two weeks The question of guard green sulphate of, copper and. hopq are horrified at 60 or 70, while the the BaiTs rood Catarrh yon can Cure possibly manufactured derive from by thenL F,J

did the of FleldLlndieyWeiChers & Co.ha not yet required not a little coniideration. It for a simi'ar! result. fact 'last tho figure is Cheney A Co..Toledo, O.contalns no mercurr*,
damage to extent $30,000. satisfactory is the nearer and 1*taken internally, and act directly
taken place The in the case are comet pre'ty straight that the present intention ttxm.
Quartermaster Sergeant Solvers, of the not yet completed paper and the opinion is i I' to provide about fifty men each Will suburban gardener please report reached the greater will be the coma the buying blood and Hall'!'P.uooue Catarrh!urtacelof Cure be sure the'feteDb you in\,

Savannah German Volunteer, wee on that there will be no great hurry about for Briceville and Coal Creek and 100 pI'ogl'essP-BlJstc.u Glob: fort of the cows and the resulting the genuine. It is taken Internally,and mad.
Sunday stricken with paralysis on one In Toledol Ohio by F J.Chene, A Co.
their arrest. Meantime evidence }Js accumulating mentor Oliver Springs. All of these flow of milk. Gradually wo are |ar by trugglsts, price 73o. per bottle
Ide. It feared he will not recover.A -
pointing to the peculiar method will be In the pay of the lessees. Twen '
cablegram of Monday states that of financiering and new victims of- ty-five at each place, it is tbouaht, will BOiL FOR OXIONS. coming to acknowledge these facts of Cold digestion meat than are warm generally ones found more eaiy

the Chinese government is taking every the failure are coming to the front. be militiamen deputized to do guard The onion thrive:' best 'in a rich and overcoming an old-lime prejudIce
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precaution to break the strength of the Gold sai that of the duty MALARIA cured and rmlloated from the
Assignee <| of the
that the
M i. light soil that contains a large has cost dairymen "'--'-tn by Brown' Jro Bitten, which r n.
rebel before they get within striking Union Picific securities, amountingto quantity is riotu i.tite blood, tone the nertes,"Id, dlKw-
distance of the copital. 11, 8BUOO, all but $100,000 ,of GONE TO THE WALL. of vegetable mutter. The best of country untold millions. There no- tlon. Act like a charm on persons in federal

A span of the Great Northern railroad then had been located. Assignee Gould all soil i Is a nowlv-dralncd and clcare subject of,more vital importance to lllrhealih, giving new energy, and Btrength.

bridge over the north fork of the Columbia alie made the following statement to the Prominent Banking Firm Give Up Swamp, anil if it contain a large tlio! dairy than this of how warm to The fear of future ....UI.111 Itself. the great
river, six! : miles from Columbia Falls, reporters: "There is really nothing new .set of erila.
to Their Credltol'8oEdwArd keep the cows, and it Is to be hoped
quantity of sand it is all the ,
fell last Sunday, Carrying with .it ulna in situation.. I am somewhat encouraged better TITS Mopped free by DR. RUBE'S: GREAT
men, three of whom are dead. to find that things are actually looking M.:Field, Daniel A. Lindley, But a considerable quantity of! stable that the experiment stations will not NIHTB BEETORXR. No Fit after flrnt da,'" '

,A Santiago correspondent of The Lon. brighter in some re pects. 1 he fact John Uilmero Frederick,'composing,Weichers'end the firm Herman of Field 0. manure, or fertilizer that contains let ,another winter go by without instituting tI.bottle". Marvelous ree. Dr.Kline cnres.KU' Arch Treatise 8t..and Phlla.S3.trial Pa. t

don Times says that the people of the that there are no large creditors appear. Weichers phosphoric acid is aomo thorough tests. They
Co. bankers
Lindley, at No. indispensable for a ,
with claim that Wall pABTllsS C'urefemlJ1e
province of Rio Grande de Suf think the ling or no one on DR.SW.\X'I ireahnr.tr
1 Broadway, New York, assigned Friday full: should also pot the cows lit early in bin T-l-ableii' obnmlo conmlpatlon. Sam.
Ii cure
changes arising from the deposition of street has been nipped, leads'me to bs- to Charles W. Gould without 'prefer. crop., ,would. ,not lat; to go to t pies free. Dr. 1'I'A'ao. Braver Dam, Win.Prevention.
Marshal Da Fonseca are not radical lieve that the only ,great sufferers are The failure announced the expense ef brimrin? sand from a tho fall, say.tho middle of October, or

enough- and new complications are feared.A members_ of the Field.firm, who I have been _victimized ence the produce exchange was at noon, .bat 'the on dlstflHce to mlx.,wjth the soil. This as soon as the nights become frosty,
by am
particularly
Washington diapatch says: The fof Weichers, whom I consider HS grail markets were only slightly affected.. would ho unnecessary except on avery and keep thorn lull winter witho'nt.
lorry
Chinese embassy called on' Uncle Jerry '* The house is an'.old one, but latterly has I all what ef .
honest a young man as I ever met. Tho heavy clay, and even this kind letting them out at to see
Busk at the agricultural departmentMoJLy fact is he hat been robbed." been somewhat restricted in its dealing.. I* better than curesnpeopIe' who are subject ..
feel the confinement have
land
and requested Secretary Rusk to The failure is attributed to the advance of mny be more cheaply Improved will on rheomatliin, can prevent attack by keeping tk.

procure for them several ton of sea island In corn at New York and Chicago. They by tho use of stable manure'in then d. Instead; of dialing microbes blood pore and free from the acid which eauM

and staple cotton seed. It is the .COSTLY PRECEDENT" had been protecting 'some large lines of largo quantity to loosen the soil and and "bactorla, they had better take hold the dlieaie.. TMa luggeit the ue ot floods Ban
intention of the Chinese to raise cotton in : :pertlla nnqueetlonably best blood purifier,and
\ corn from the 8. V ,White deal and had
the celestial empire.' been on the short tide of the November. lighten it than byn, lng and. Thorough of somo big question like this and which baa been need with great' laeoeM. for '&bnrj
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Which TTlll Take a Deal of Money from pnrpOM b, many people.
A diipatch of Tuesday from Annl.toat' 'New York' market, and a few days ago had to cover tillage.of such land 'would ,also give us lame practical demonstrations.While Hood'i, Bariaparllla has also cured butonwnbl

Ala., la,11' A charter has been obtainedby Treasury 600,000 bushels.. Their operation were have a useful effect.-[New' York there are some fino points that cue of rheumatlim of the Mrerwt tort by la
tho Farmer and Mechanics' Loan AIew York, diipatch of Saturday mainly in Chicago. 'J he bead .of .the Times. must be Melded in.the :dairy, especially powerful effect m neutralising acidity ef the blood,
Association with an authorized capital lays: A small and innocent blunder firm is a son of Cyrus W Field. ::.. and enabling the kldneyi and lire to properly remove .
lock of $1,000,000,' divided into sharesat made many jears ago, and followed by Tbe firm's indebtedness ia placed all the -- ..". <"' about milk and butt.T and choose, the wane et the system.Tn' It., .

the par value of $50 each. The objectof others of the same kind from time to way from 100,000 to $1,500,000, but no AnGE WHEAT F6n: BUD: yet 'whoa it comes to the cow we, "Eood'a Banapatilla hat done me.more pod
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the association will be to loan( money time,will coat the city of New York more ,correct statement could be secured from Some experiment made in. England i want many'of tire 'biggestk nd olhingg take than anything pleasure .In .recommending that I have ever It tn'the taken highest and I

to farmer and mechanics. than one hundred thousand dollar. .N'ejI' the assignee nor any member of the firm. to show the ,.terma" ,FUDERICK UiLUfe Limerick Centre 1'..
appear advantage gained'by settled. :Even tho difference
A new York dispatch, Saturday tuys// one know who blundered flrit,so there ia The firm wuaucceuor: 't 'the. ld'house I t ,
The total visible supply of cotton for the nothing to do but pay the money: ahoj pro. of Field, Lindley Co., and was formed the'nso of the' hwgbgrains ofwheot'for of breed, which can' safely be left tc:. Hood's: Sarsaparilla

world 4,030.01? bale, of which 8,481,4 laborer fit by.the in the experience.. Borne :time igo a, when Cyrus W, Field! retired last ApriL seed. 'Sce'd: wheat fully the dairymen to decide, is not eo im- Bold by an draggliitt. |lilx| : for S3. 'Prepared only
employ of ,the ''
817 are American, against 2,937,077 Ind2,4",7'l7 city .re- matured wa selected a I. HOOD* CO., MM
calved notice of suspension lie was not out of one bin, portaut as. that 'heat and confine. by ApothecarlM Lowell *
respectively last year. The diucharacd F and by sifting two)lots ,ofr'seed menu-[American Dairyman.FARM '. '
-only impended. The am. were CHILD-BIRTH e 'C
receipt* of',cotton for this week at all Venison Given Away. .
interior thing has been done for'' twenty year, taken, one extremely large the other
town' are 810,434))r at plantations ,-,. !
and such bad .5. MADE EASY
847801. The ciop in tight i* 4.678,879. ,- suspensions always been mall. The large weighed 63.9 poundsper AND GARDEN i4'UTE&
d this letter from Karnea
regarded as a charge. But man A Runge, county, "
"
\' thought diS renlly. He waited y a mbnth Teifas.nays: : For some'unexplained reason -' bushel the small ouly 40.5 poundsa Cut, your farm lo fit your size. ,- MOTHERS' FRIEND Is a scientifically

A Washington diipatch of j! turday.says and, haying received! i.0' formal notice of the !deer of neighboring counties ap.. difference. of more than nfty percent Variety of food II more economi prepared Liniment,every ingredient in-
Admiral Brown's of value and
: report upon the he have centered 'near here. For recognized
discharge put In a claim' for his pear to Each lot of seed divided
circumstances attending the landing of month' wages. Tbe claim was denied. three weeks past the brush has been filled into was cal than one kfud most exclusively. constant use by the medical profession

the Chilean troops at Qulntcro last aummer He brought cult, carried it, to the courtof with bucks, doc and fawns. They have fur separate parcels laud bar Every, :farmer"should 'own and keej. These ingredients are combined
ha reached the nay/ department, I separate sowings were made :Tbd In a manner hitherto unknown
appeals, and there.it was decided that, Vaulted over pasture wires, and in many In
In substance that his i* a vliit positive denial of tbs a luipenalon wa not a discharge, and the plaoea cropped the griuu,!iln.the pastures laiid was good wheat laud, but ,good order. certain books for.,refer
Allegation to Quinterot'led city must pay employes until they were 10 closely that cattle cannot live on it. not ence. "MOTHERS'FRIEND"
,to the Balmaoeda forces securing Information specially manured., ,. The
have fields and broken
notified of ,
formally their dismissal from They invaded corn A ,tagging gato'and a door tha
of the congresdonal movement.A large seed
lervice. down the growing stocks, and In some of sprouted the .
dispatch :wu received at London The decision furnished a precedentand the cotton plantations their passage is quickest made th best growth wo sticks.cost more to nso" than they diofix. .

,Saturday from Valparaiso laying the was a surprise to every one, but was glad marked by a swath of crushed plant. taller, and on the ave'age made ten I WILL DO an that is claimed'(or
American ihlp Rappahannock, Captain new to several hundred men who had Venison baa be n killed and given away bushels Domestic ItANDMORE. Shortens! ,Labor
animal need
Dicklnion,. which sailed from Liverpool, been impended from the service of the here until nobody will eat It. per acre more than tho small good sholtein Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to

July 20th, for Bin Francisco, has beenbum'e. city in vorious departments. Under the Yesterday afternoon Sam Dailey, a eeii. The advantageafrom the large the changeable weathe- of spring Life of Mother and Child. Bookto

.! at sea. The crew 01< the Rappa decision they could all recover their sal- ,ranchman left town on horseback A [ seed were aa follows Greater rapid- and fall. "MOTHMS"mailed FREE, containing -
hannock landed at Juan Fernandez island ariel from' the date of suspension right half mile out he ran into a drove of thlr- ity of '.valuable information and
about four hundred miles off the growth and development of Cuttings of plant which root wltl
up to ..the'preaent time or to any future ty deer, which were browsing on the inside testimonials.
coast of Chile, and were subsequently time that they might be.notified ot their of the road.. lie was armed with a crop early in the season, greater yield difficulty are sometimes grafted wltl Sjeat voluntary.. of M bottle
by receipt price ft
,brought to Valparaiso. diicharge. The'result was an avalancheof L'olt's revolver, and emptied six barrels of grain and of a row, better weight good effect "upon those which moos MAOFIELD.pr..o.REGULATOR CO., Atlanta per'".

The fastest time ever made by a rail. claim for back salary. Into the fleeing herd lie was rewarded and better, quality of grain for mill. easily. BOLD BY ALL DROOOISTai -
road train between New York and Washington The largest claim yet filed under this by three dead deer and one,which had "
was accomplished Saturday by a decision i It that of a man who was employed Its spine touched by a bullet, ran a short inff. A sieve that will allow the If not accustomed .to poultry beg It All she lacks of beauty,

special train over the Pennsylvania rail as a keeper at the Tomb pilaon. distance and was subsequently taken. I smaller kernels to ,go through along with a small number. Learn to make is a little -
plumpness.
road, tendered to a party of hotel proprietors lie wa suspended twenty year ago., lie Preparations are making for a grand 1 with the needs of, weeds will very a success of the few then .
,'theatrical manager and newspaper hRs filed a claim amounting to $19,000 deer drive in which 200 men will take speedily pay for the limn and labor go on will This ,is U frequent thought,
representatives. The train left for back salary, and give**notice that be part. It ia 'the intention to gradually large number.If .

New York at 2:49: o'clock p. m., and srill expect his regular salary right, along pen the animals-In the-corner of a'pas- required to separate and save the large you are Interested In a and a wholesome one. -: ,'<

stopped in the station in Washington until his claim i* Bottled. The claim. lure: fence. For fear of accidents the grain, for_ seeding PUI'llole.-New co-opera. All of
a beauty.:
Ive baby's
city at 7 o'clock p. m. under the deciiion mentioned that have hunters will be armed only: with pistols York World. butter or cbeeie,factory it Is your '

Exports spoke from the port of New already been filed exceed $100,000 and and clubs.-{New Orleans Tims-Demo ight to look into how the other patron due to fat, and nearly all of a:

York for weeks ended Novtmber 27th, they are atill coming in.FLOWER'S Mat. care: for their dairies. '
i-- _ _. SAVE THAT COBX FODDER. woman S -'we know it .l
as .
amounted to $031,153/ / of which 137,891 ,.
was and Save that corn fodder. If you keep A piece of muslin fresh from the '
gold $855,261/ silver. Of the A Cemarkaule Family. curves and dimples.. .
total exports $27,894 in gold and $335/ MAJORITY -" cow do not be too much elated with bolL is more attractive over a packageof ,3'

. ,893 in silver, went to Europe, and $48,. -- Mr. G.Wr Hall, Sr.,whose home Is In a,big crop of corn, and then depend butter than a piece of cloth with What plumpness has to da -
BOO in gold and $19,803 In silver, to Over Fassett Is hepresented .to be 47834 ,. Clay County,was in town yesterday, and with health
Votes.A upon the cow to eat the stalks in 'the one or two buttonhole in it. is told in a little
South .
American who bad
points. Imports of ipecie was mot by a New Era reporter,
durinjr the week amounted to $593 New York dispatch of Friday ayi: heard 'something of Mr. lint)', family.In field. COWl that have to muke milk It is the wise and careful treatment book on CAREFUL LIVING; sent'

'09. .,( which $533,172 was gold and The county board of 'canvaaaers have [ answeto Inquiries by the"scribe he cannot do it by roaming in the open of live stock by thinking and plan fr '
$GO 9T silver.. the work of ee. :: ',
completed
.
canvaaalng the said that he would be sixty-four:: yean field in cold weather .
They must bo which
flog farmers will redeem the '
!
A St. Petersburg dispatch of Sunday vote for governor and state omCt'r-,and the old on the 14th of next .February: not Would rath'er'behealthy '
says; The imperial faplly have started returns have all been filed it the office of addicted tOthe, use of spirituous liquors, kept under'.eoTeI' from wet and winds. bniiiiess and make it attractive. I you

from Cr mea on their return journey to the secretsi;of state. According to their has been a chewer of tobacco for fifty To feed them iu the table the fodder A* a rule the most successful breeders i or beautiful? "Both"is

that city Crowds pf ragged and starv report Flower receive 082,894 and Fas.stt rears There are living with him eight must be out in the filld. and either are those who read the '
ing peasant wait at the station along 033,933; Flower's plurality oVl'r'Fuaett children, none of whom ever tasted shocked carried : extensively: proper answer. ,.
there
the route to present petition to the czar, 47,934. Bbehan's plurality over iplrituous liquors of any kind. Mr. Hall : or near the think: intensely, and then put the =;
imploring help. The gendarmes are unable Vroomin for lieu'emat governor was baa been married twice; lila second wife barn, This last practice is one that knowledge: thui acquired into practi. v4ovotBowI.CbS. tv33south 5bA.SU..

to.,prevent the people from u 44,430. Simon W. Rosendale, for at. I. still living.; There have been born tobin seldom pays, as it often end in havIng cal Dse. afl Your-all dnJnIst k......Scou'l Emuo1co.j4y...
drusgutt ,.
sembling. Reports from some of the torner general, led the democratic: ticket, ; twenty-seven children, sixteen by his to handle the fodder ah extra CTtrr wbcrs faraine-strickea jnovtoct* say that the receiving a plurality of 49980. The first marriage, eight bore and eight girl; Do not neglect the little essentials I Ito

peasant* are burning the hay and straw figures may be regarded a. official. The eleven by his second marriage, six boys .time, to Its great injury end. wasteful. success with poultry such as lime I .%U U U Corad without u.. kuta__,_...
of thelr-Iandlordl. state board of eiava sees declare the and five girl Two pairs of twins hare ness, to say nothing of making it a meat L.E S v.wlthou'&Iooa...Gu......_. from.u.L' ____

A Boiton,.Mas*., dispatch Saturday result, but they cannot go behind the return been born to him, the first pair boys and harbor near the barn for all kindsof gravel, plenty of. lean water, r I 5 duMM. *"a*w KlCTUM;h.GaiTo-Uana tlMtMl. AIM
..
aye When the announcement wu of the ,county' canvassers unless a the second pair girls. Sixteen of his green food, dust, bath, etc., regularly yaaua 80ed fur P&uphsi.fe f nferaima Coa. lt.to in*.
vermin. We prefer to leave it in the
made that the,Suffolk Trust Company protest i* filed. 8j far there has beenno children are still living. Mr. Hall is a supplied' to layers. P.ttJoHE1 tauta fla. it..,. '

would close its doors, an official of the protest from any county on the vote farmer, and seems to enjoy good health field until it is :wanted for immediateuse. Jda SLAVE?at.., 1.esunes.uu5a .
institution made the statement that the f"r governor or other itate officer, and look on the bright side of the picture That Ii. have a enttlug.box One advantage In not storing away iIII .:'1i,_oldFISTULA

depositors would not suffer; that with There i* no probability of any change every time. It ia doubted if another with hor e>power attachment, and cut tools when.you are through with them preuWtJZ LaSCecid.ars .tU .tie
but $162,000 of deposits there were from the above figure when the state family: record can be found in Alabama II that you can put In a good deal of
canvassers declare the retult which will Ala. New up as much. can be safely taken care
thU. Edwardsville
$100,000 cash on hand and over $80- to equal { ( ) time them CREAWDAIM
be tome time between and December of until the eat It all hunting up and cleaning
000 of quick: assets The report of the ,. now cows up. It i*
bank commissioner of the condition of 13th Er&A. well to have certain day In the week hem when you wish to use again. QUICKLY CCRE8

its the to bank November 211 shows depot. Small Philosopher.He to do the hauling and cutting, withalways There is hard work everywhere It COLD1HEABn1/A'
be cash
$18i,000and $17,000 _
over RE-ORGANIZING. a margin of extra feed to any one i* going to succeed he must
$20 000 of which ia In the' Maverick Irt& W ti:1

bank. The JaU.S h&reuarlltel- Make ft Hew was six year old, short for his age bridge over a few day when it rain make up hIs mind to work, in season ADply Balm luaiaok- .

RYAN BACK IN JAIL. 'Constitution. and barefooted and dirty. Hi eyes were and the mud is so deep in the field and out of season. In this.respect sly BBOa.H Wan. $*, ..jfj _
and watchful and his face was
A dispatch of Saturday from Cora1can., lined iharp and old. lie ran away from school from the frost being out of the ground farmers are uo worse off than other .

Because Be, Failed to Tarn her Tex*', says that the anti-iub-treaaury for weeks at a time, and scoured alley that horses can not haul the wagon p.-ople. THE SMALLEST PILL IM THE WORLD I

$121,000 to the numbers of the Fanners' AUiaace and lnatinctinly avoided alt the oonren. ', through with a load on. The wise Keep strict account of every cent of .
);ecther. }a convention there, have reorganized the lonal anil decorous path of childhood. TUTT'S
At Atlanta, Saturday; the supreme order under an original charter. The iVben he listened to admonitions and dairyman always keeps these things xpenditure and receipts. Charge "TINY LIVER prmsut .

court decided the Hyau caw affirming new constitution provides for prohibiting jrembed to amend, his inner ear was In mind so (that his cow will not suffer be poultry with all expenses and ) ..aUUwlnrw.oIt..tarprr.

the Judgment of the superior court,whica I any man from being a member whs believe leaf and hie word wore from the Ups from a bad state of weather. credit bem with all receipts. The ..Cur aim*bow In(hi*border.

rnjuirexi the receiver that Steve$121,000.Ryan Mr turn Ivan
that he did not have the money i heal demand upon its members or maxim mel, will go a long way to pay feed. Wii&. 5iwuo. Wazca&e ..oti.Au yl
of .. .
therefore a S IGK .AU emi *. mil. JfeaU Utlfrow.
back to could sot pay it. He was lOG'' ia any way exerkisa any of the distinctive "1 think I'd rather be a girl;they don't nUT AKP OOlfFPtt"EKU'1' The sheep is a great economist and i ares ..u. ucu. m >--. b.n.pliooyy
jAil DrJ.&i.DvLuwutah.Y. _
Saturday night, where, according fu..octionl.Jt political party. : .
to the order of the court, he will I The ritual prohibits any man from be rLso, many k-tDtiui\ jFreejEr *IU scarcely worth while to go over economy Is what i* wanted In every NO ension.; 'i NO F...

remain until the money i* paid. coming member who favor socialism the old argument in favor of winter >uslnea He will ue up waste mate. PENSIO.it_ a.T.rJ; J tl isTEK.o.. C.

A* official statement thaw the debt at communism or anarchy, B, J. KendrUk, \THTIC3 show that dariuj the nine over summer dairying. Every one by mini and turn It Into salable products,
Cm("*to tave reached S335OOQ,0Xl( a coo.lidaraUe of Waco was.elected president; J. 8. w' taso< tiuin-watyaar Just closet 8J1Wtinr : this time should be familiar with the making Into cash ASTHMA,4 R ;
over much
Incrwue ov r the Agora for lastyear. Gilbert of Caddo.lee president W. O.CM *t bv teda eta by the iahiUtaati that .. : rEmH
Botwtihataadiac the urmnca of the of Bonham, secretary and treasurer. B run,
liinteter of Finance. Mr.Kour, that aIl Urge The movement It Is claimed, will absorb 101& 'Ci .hsrin Lilt otwrMpoading Jwrio4 of I:and milk bring la summer and winter. arm. -- A ,,"''';' .aa Pdsn
redaction &k. be looked lot UO year. the l4 y*- I s Willi. .. e. _._ ...
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'Jfl. TALMAGE. the tmath lion the rned field the but teep where, the eagle the air, a fountain in which U may wash, a !arid.. P ALn R'S MEANNESS. Jnecr id-* and Slgni.
: wa the
which should rule all? A new style or soepter tMrinr trinmph by which that It may it may climb sing; a; a song crown of of endless on-, v The Courier, of Hanover, bu this ad-

.SHE nROoKL-YN toivut&et was created. Heaven and earth were r.. fading light that it may wear Christ earn vtrtiffmentfFor B le-A piano of
,
"SUN. presented In hi. nature. The body from the to laTe it-cam* with a cross on BI. back; Arl'S Opinion the Grandrmy's i u pet lor quality; upon for lome
DAY earth plae
beneath
8 nI10N. I ; his soul from the heavenabove.
cam with spikes in His feet; came when no r '
timdby a
The one reminding him of his origin, else would b.rof'An
one com!, to do a work which noon
the other .peaking of his d *tlny-himself *tin! would do. See how united to man' I Commander, enterprising dentist in an Ohio
Subject- "Tkiar ',--Mercle" the connecting link between the animal ere. condition! what God ha done for htm. \ town hr>* 'in the window of hi. office the

4- tion and angelic intellieence.: In him a Man is a sinner here h a pardon. ,He has sIgn: "Your tctth pulled while you
strange: commingling of the temporal and lost God's Image: Christ retraces it, H. is Who to Little Things Instead .
Stoops "
T rr. 'fle)1tl. and all cattle; ert ptna i eternal, the finite and the infinite, dust and helpless; Amlghtr grace is proffered. He I* / w lt. -Troy PresS

Oiingt and flyina fowl; both young men .. glory. The earth for hi. floor and heaven a lout wanderer] Jesus brings him borne. HeM of Bprrlng Himself with : A London milliner displays upon f>ne. \
and mbl'd.lllli old *n.n and children let for bit roof God for his
Father
Ucm praise 'name of(A* Lord."-Psalm for his lifetime. ; eternity Bartimeus blind, and at oat touch of Him who cured I the Dignity of His Position other "creations" this legend, caught pkL\\S:
etemallrlortee
stream
into his
.erlTiii. 10 12 and 13. of scrlocotnloInteifst !
The Christian anatomist, gating Upon the sou''. Jesus hint Thy grace 1 Cure of worst prevailing subject I
What a scene It wa.when lift Thursday, confirmation of the hnman body *exclaims disease I Hanuier to smite oft heaviest' : "ThU style, the Mahatma, 8
.$' the call of the President and Governors. "JFearfully and wonderfully made" No chain! tight for thickest darkness! Grace e It It .pitiful spectacle wb.n a great man 11J."
this nation assembled to chant the pratiat of embroidery so elaborate no gauss so delicate divine! Devil soot! at it and men reject, belittle hm..ll I don't know that oe (OfYIUC"i't< -
God. But the day wai too.bon to celebrate tic) color so exquisite no mechanism *o but heaven celebrates itl t P.lme 1 ra' man, but he Is In a A Holland journal, De Klok pub +
the divine goodness ot such a year. The ran gracefulno handiwork so dl vine. So quietly I wish yon good cheer for the national petition, and bar bran o good fight lishes an Idert.emeD of a A fitting f ,I\
did not rise over Brooklyn until one minute and mysteriously does the human body per. health. FestUenoe that In other years baa lag reputation, or be wouldent bar* been put calling atention kind of shot and uul. -
before even o'clock that morning and It set form its functions that It wa not until five come to drir out its thousand heenea to at the head of the Grand Army M the Re gun, cheap, and "specially: recommended languor, depression j l
vfour o'clock and thirty-fly minutes that thousand veart after the creation of the race Greenwood and Laurel Hill has not: visitedour public. Since* ha exhlMted hMackot 7nt liver isn't doing it b&rt That
evening. What a email space of time in that the circulation of the blood was discovered nation. It is a glorious thing to be ,bigness I bar tried to spot bin hut cant. to p.cher. impure blood,' b gin
which to meditate upon twelve months of ; and though anatomist of all countries !, well I How strange that we should keep our John Me.ulay Palmer wa.a m.jo general, rl English provincial mean of wit
benefactions. So I add to that day this and age have been *o long exploring this health when one breath from a marsh or the end 1"0 of III ; but this A young ,gentleman on the and all lid aUment i t
Sabbath morning service, and with the fruit castl of life, they have only begun to Understand Ming ot an insect or the sU'-ping of a foot or man slgn his John Palmer. Maybe be pper. married U desirous of I
and haw its of the earth still glorifying: the ItVolumes tha falling of a tree branch might fatally tethastmemaa or hi* sonshrunkup. Of ( I end.But
'pulpltand the nllerln, ask you to continue have been written of the hand. assault our life. Regularly the lungs work, course he Is a poltiCa or he never would meeting man of ,experience who will yon can stop them in advance!
the rehearsal of the divine g odn_. Wondrous instrument! With it w* give and their motion seems tcr be a spirit withinus hare taaed balletltt about inch a dissuade him from the stop Dr. Pierce'a Golden Medical DIBCOT- ii

By a sublime egotism man has come to ap friendly recognition, and grasp the sword, panting after its Immortality. Our sight little thins a* that old confederate flsg. A In a hotel not one hundred miles from Invigorates the liver purifies and,
propriate this world to and climb the rocks, and write and carve falls broad minded would .
himself when the not, though the air Is so full of object NI-lut. Soldier er
the
fastis that our rae is in a email minority. and build. It constructed the pyramids and which by one touch could break ont th* and said; "Oh, well,that doesn't top of the Itigl I the following *nnouncfment enrce tho blood, and rouses every

The instances of human life! a< compared hoisted the Parthenon. It made the barn, soul's window. What ship, after a year's amount to anything 'L the boys get out Rivet satisfaction! U.tcr healthy action. It prevents .,
with the instance! of animal. life, are notone and than struck out of it all the world toning' on the sea, could com in with *o their flees and *tr' In a while and venerable voyagers are adcU.o and all diseases arising -
to a million. We shall enlarge our Ideas mlnstreliv In It the white marble of Pen- little damage a*ourselves, though we arrive they wish t They don't mean any harm by that when the sun him rise a cures
of God's goodness and coma to a better un telican mine dreamed itself away Into immortal after a year's voyage today.I It. We foroi ,them to smother tielrm blowcd.IAdorer wi from a torpid liveror from impure
derstanding of the text it before we com' sculpture. It rein in the swift wish you good cneer for the national bar*-' .morlr*. We bar had re anions .t Cb"t blood, Indigestion, BilJousncsg .
to look at the cup of our blessing we look I engine; It hold the steamer to It* path in rest. Reaping machine never swathed tanooga and othe. place down (anxious to please the old gen Dy.pepsta Skin.and
at the goodness of God, to the irrational the sea; it matches the fire from henven; thicker rye and corn husker's peg never rippedout the boys In the boy in pray reins tlcman Sorofulous Scalp
"Has
"creation. it feel) the pulse of the tick child with its fuller ear, and mow pole never Dent together and wore their od! uniforms. When )- your father any hobbfr'Sweet Diseases ,Consumption ((0' .

Although nature is out of joint, yet eyen delicate touch, and mate the nations quake down under sweeter hay, and windmill's : fitn Hills statue was ,unroiere-l I ">ci/< O,rl-"Yes, be has, audit's such Lnn ) its earlier stage*,
la its disruption I am surprised to find the with its stupendous achievement. hopper never shook ont larger wheat. Long i ago, Ofnw.il Ixm almost! universal happiness of the animal What power brought down the forestaand train of white covered wagons have brought slum and had on bit old confederate uniform.I (delighted-"r am somewhatof all t tc-
creation. On a summer day when the air made the marshes blo .and the grass are most populous I with life. earth with an the ,cities I that thunder on The Rarners are full, the storehouse are the union. Th south has built monument f dog-Iancer' 1 Te. Discovr"
you will not hear sound.of distress unless with enterprise and powerf Four finger. overcrowded, the canal are blocked with to heir confderatede.d, and bar p.nslonrd .orle brfo for it only what I'i 1 b'
perchance, a heartless schoolboy has robbel and a thumb. A hundred million dollar freight. pressing:down to markets. The ears tbelr wlilow and the(.ne .rml. on*'lagged, Swee Girlll changes constantly. They guarantee that it It '
.a bird's nest, or a hunter hu broken a bird' would not purchase for yon a machine ex- rumble ail through the darkness and whistle 01 eye veterans, and II hi. There older he gets n bigger If It fails to benefit or. euro
wIng' or'\ pasture has been robbed of a qulalte and wonderful as yjor own hand. up the flagman at dead ot night to let the In it. Then 'demonstration dog."-Street Smith's Good News. ,
lamb and there goes up a bleating from the Mighty band In all itn bone and muscles western harvest come down to feed the come from loa patriotIc heirt, and are & any case, they'll return the money.Nothing .
.GOCkL and Joint 1 learn that God i* good. mouths of the great cities. A race of kings tnbute to and suffering. W. can't Bitowe Iron Bitten cure* Drupenslii.MaIftrla elso that claims to purify :
The "hole earth I. filled with animal Benold the eye, which in it* photographic has taken possession of this land-King Cot suppress th ,t, and we ought nut to wish to. Blllonanee and Ovneral Uehl lljr. Give t is sold in this
11Itht-jor feathered and scaled and horned gallery,in an instant catches the mountain tou, King Corn, King Wheat, King Ric, il he ont way to b'nd a nation together is Otrength, aids Dlge.tl'n, tones the nervmcre the bloo way) .
.and hoofed. Tbf bee hums it; the frog and the.... This perpetual telegraphingof King Grass, King Coal. with klndnem and not with force, or thr.t *ie-appetite. Thebt'sttonio for >ur lag proves, no matter what
croaks its the squirrel chatters; the quail the nerves; these Joints, that are the only I wish you good easer for civil and rel'g-! tr abl They aie a great p\le luther".a women and children. offer that nothing else -
whistles it, the lark carol. it; the wuale hinge that do not wear out; these bones and ious liberty. No official spy watches our entrance louth-a brace people-and this will dealer may ,
spouts It. The incH the ,rhinoceros,, the muscles of the body with fourteen thousand here, nor does an armed soldier interfere need the r help loone or later. Let th n> Cool the blood by drlnklng'oold water In can bo 'suet a', gd.Teor' f
which little of been
rrlaly' bear, the toad, the wasp, the spider, different adaptations, 'these one hundred with the honest utterance of truth. W* bring out an ol t&wl. bullet-lorn fUg dissolved.a pure ream tartar h on't accept a,*u
thelheUlbh bar their homely dellghti-joy thousan glands these two hundred million stand here to-day with our arras free to once in a in it I. a compliment _ '
... wll0thbem joy Is to \ii. (bat pores; this mysterious heart,contracting four work and our tongues free to .peak. This to .ui, and to them, ton W.a all
tour
.; crawling thousand times every hour; this chemical Bible-II halt unciuped. This pulpit-ther* friend now, and if the r* a t brag a Quit Everything Else.
through the jungle: Buffalo plunging across process of digestion; this laboratory bayond Is no chain around about it. There Is no little once In a while let them do That's :
'the prairie; crocodile basking tropical suns I the understanding of the most skillful philosophy snapping of musketry In the street Blessed all they bare got left-Ih. poor privilege of -I'J I'
seal puffing on the ice; ostrich striding across ; this furnace, whose heat i* kept np be God that to-day we are free men,with the b egging, and 'olgb' to be accorded t S. S. Sn Is the only permanent for contagious' blood
the desert are so many bundles of joy; they irom cradle to grave'this factory ot life, prospect and determination of always being every .anqulehe foe.I cur
-40 not go moping or melancholy: they are whose wheel and spindle. and band are tree.. ,No established religion-Jew and Gentile -, A 10bie .. man would bar tl.e Taint Old chronic cases that physicians declare !incurable;, : ;
lIot onlY halt supplied God God directed. If we. could .. .* the wonders Armlnlan and CalvlnlstTrinitarian and that way and the world wouli bar *> t f I tA ,
: tay. they are udon a tair
.GI1..d WIth good. of our physical organization we would Unitarian, Protestant and Roman Catholic It, but this small,malicious creature are cured in every instance'where ..! b. bn na naa -

The worm squirming through the od >. be hypochondriacs, fearing every moment on the same footing. hunt njr for an Insult and b* want t keep trial. t'
turned of plowshare, and the ants racking that some part of the machine would break If persecution should come against the himself beto the popl. U* afMld that stI
Tip and down the hIllock are happy by day down. But there are men here who have most unpopular of all the sects, I bellev. they forgt so eYr anon 'ii/
and happy by night. Take up a drop or lived through seventy yean,and not a nerve that all other denomination would band to- be flies to his Inkstand and .* a bulletin- I honestly believe that S. S, S., saved Send for our
water under the mlerosoo and find ha* ceased to thrill, or a muscle to contract, gether and arm themselvesand heart would want a I Ig office. I reck .n. He and h sort -
'tbaVvithIn it there are millions of you creature. or a lung to breathe or a hand to manipulate be stout and blood would b* free, and the are the follOW"boraIM.uch arack'when my I was afflicted with the very new' book on 4

thai) swim In a hallelujah of glad- right of men to worship God according to Mr. Cleveland flag. of blood poison constitutionaland fft'worst
A '5t55 The sounds in nature that are re4pulsiye I take a step higher and look at man's the dictates of their conscience would be We were never.ngagsd in a more right type contagious!
to our ears are often only utterance mental constitution. Behold the benevolence contested at the point of the bayonet, and eons servIce than w* were that day In honoring was a s lore from head ,Blood'
-of Joy-the growl)L the croak, the ark, the of Go tin power of perceptlonai the with blood flowing up to the bite of the H.nr Grady, and it was all bal of declared or : .
howl The } ; horses' bridle his ace-blessed .. tofoot. The physicians my ,
,:;' good God made these creaturethinks *, faculty of transporting this outside world p be&WH
Diseases
of them ever, and will not let a plow. into ;your own mind-gathering Into your For mercies temporal and spiritual let the north and south. But for tw hopeless. I quit everything csa! I
share turn np t a mole' nest, or nW- brain the majesty of Ah* storm and the consecrated live be offered. Wherever God's speeches that electrified the nation, there case
.man' hook transfix a worm, until by splen,lor of the day dawn( and: lifting into light shine and God' rain descend. and would have been no monument, no stain, commenced taking S. ,S. S. After mailed free.
eternal decree* its time hat come. Gods your mind the ocean as easily a. you might Uod' mercy brood let the thanksgivingarise. no speeches, no prO no flag Orady1 1 ;
hand feed all these broods, and shepherds put a glass of water to your lipt.Watch father was a the ton wan proue taking a few bottles I was cured sound The. Swif J
all these flock, aud tend. all the law of association, or the mytenouf *- of It, and said *o in New York and In ': I IThos
these verdi He .*eeten* the clover top. linking together ot all you ever Decadence of Longevity.. and it would not have been unfitting tr and well. Specifo Co.,

,for th* ox's taste, and out cry. thought or knew or felt,and then giving you It Sir James Crlchton Brown' is to be, flag the father bad followed had ben placedat B Ellzabethtown
talllne_ the feet of the son': Yeager Ky. .
waters in mosse I believed and he is of the first -
for the hind to drink out of on hu way down draw through your mind the long train with one physicians A great heart never hat for an ''DIul& ._ -
the crag, aod pour nectar into the cup of indescribable vslocity
the honeysuckle to refresh the humming up a hundred and this again a thousand-a* when, unless a radical change ious disposition to b continual y on the
bird, and spreads a banquet of a hundred toe chirp of one bird sometimes wakes a in manner of living is made men will lookout for some'hlng hawk .im.. "German
,
:Held of buckwheat, and let the honey bee whole forest of voles or the thrum of one I thlnl to construe maliciously. Th, OSIOII
,put his mouth to any cup of all the banquet, string will rouse an orchestra. not live out half their days. Dr. Brown, plol. who bar what the Jaw call malice

.and tell the grasshopper to go anywhere he Watch your,memory-that sheaf binder, says that men and women are growingold aforethought, end they, can get up mon devilment ',
Jike*. and give the flock of heaven the that goes forth to gather the harvest of the before their time. Old age !*' en- I a communiiy than alltheoth.rclasses -
-choice of all the grain ftelr1 The sea anemone past and bring it into ,the present Your the strength of manhoodand inS *;ober. Some northern r'P-ri LDlrs-
crunching
half animal, half flowers: clinging to power and velocity of thought-thought ot on havebeensenim. oontalolnfc copyottbe Syrup" 00 f.
the rock in midocean. with its tentacle the swift wing and the lightning foot; the infirmities associated with it are prayer delivered by the It.,. Father Flcherlt jZ25 _
spread to catch it*food, has the owner of the thought!: that out peed. the star and circle steadily taking possession of the system at the unrtlllng of the confederate monument 60ft' "
universe to heaven and weigh worlds, at Jackson, Miss. They call It"ouirag. -1
provide for it. We are repulsed throub; the earlier than they wontto .751
some were
,I a. the hideousness of the elephant, but God, and, from poising amid wheeling consteilatfons years ton bias bamy.? It i* not b aupbtmy. for Martlnsville, N.J., Methodist Pftr-'> ,, ,
-
do in former Deaths t _
for the down to count the blossom in geneiatloni., there I Is nothing Irreverent God or
comfort and convenience of the mon- comas a t I My acquaintance with ; I
.at
-eter, put forty thousand distinct muscle in tuft of mignonette, then start again: to try due simply to old age are now reported thlr"in It bat h*I* the mo /- I lonag. German ,_jMit t:
his proboscis. the fathoming of the bottomless, and the between forty-five and dttr. "e years of I have Mad afta.in a long time. 1 Doshe', I _
I go down on the barren ae axhor* and say, scaling o(the Insurmountable to b* swallowed and in large numbers between fifty I remind me of some,of tb.prayer- w*iud Syrup, was fourteen W L. DOUCLAS
and lost In age bear about the beginning of the war when
No animal live in in the incomprehensible
can this place of desola- up yeari when I contracted a Cold
ago,
tlon five and sixty, and there has been a reduction eur preachers thought that providence wa L
but
all God
; through the sands are myraid.of
little Insect that leap with happy life. Igo In reason and understanding man U alone. ia the age at which atrophy and on our aid and w* were just oWlp whip which resulted in a Hoarseness anda S3 SHOEGaNcMEM i f _

down by the marsh and say, 'In this The ox surpasses him in strength, the antelope debility-another name for second childIshness to the tlht Vatba Pichtrit Cough which disabled ,me from nil B 1ST SHOE TM WRLB 101 Tht KOMTfU

,I damp place and in these loathsome pool, of in speed; the hound In keenness of nostril -'VUl those who hare passed mid two almr to a put of on a committee between o filling my pulpit for a number of OmLEetEN sa4LtDxgssaeeest.s.: -1
stagnant water there will of I I. the eagle in far reaching sight the rab- lik up t..T peso .
be the quietness by w rta* WL, ttootlM flbo. .
I death;* butlol Iseo the turtles on the rotten. bit in quickness of hearing, the honey bee dle life. Presbyopia, or the long-sighted north th.lut. WoUdenl the fire fiji Sabbaths. After ting a Physician, .,.the... *f all 11|MM. sad an the 'BM* _
log sunning themselves and hear the bolts in delicacy of tongue, the spider in oneness ness of old age, in which, near 'objects I would pl8he to h w tout -I cannot 500eealesi foot-wear ever elated for the moon*
I quake with multitudinous life. When tb.Un1I.edged of touch. Man' power, therefor, consist- cannot be distinctly seen unless held at Is an Irlbmau.a U *couItUnt convert say what he prescribedI .ar*.( dealer who .ffr other makes, a* _
would another. remedy food. sat b W. .
robin Uod show theOldFob1nwheresbecangetfoodtopuL eth not in what he can lift, or bow fast h* tr Just ,jM.hsr
are hungry Into can run, or bow strong a wrestler h*can a considerable distance from the eye, is -On of these northern papers give a list of saw the advertisement of your: uilM.. YrVL* "I.1 Mm ,r.llp 7UTTAKK
? their oprn mouths. throw-for in these respect the ox, the ostrich believed to bejin earlier than it used to th* cemeteries There are elebty- obtained a bottle. I; D.I. i' [
his but two of and the Unrest U at Vicksburg,' rmey'and 1181'f'I'LII *) ,
Winter is and th hyena are superiors t.m
not allowed to until the -
come and hu The number in 1 quicjc and permanenthelp ea local *- ,
I.827,179and
all /
h comes forth to rule all do.The grave a"u"1m. ,
ant* b. grauaried their harvest and the by his reason I eminent oculist Orttchett that ..
squirrels hare filled: their cellar with nut*. through his ingenious contrivance to outrun, says probably .nty.a.thO"Dd from it that whenever,we have -p
God shows the hungry ichneumon where it outlift, outwrentie, outeee, outbear outdo. his experience of over a quarter of a century I. In private 00 burjl'g cent Irouul. cost had Throat or Bronchial tuble I IN THC .-CLtCTION- Of
find At his all conquering decree the forest leads him to think that both men c.rDmen' Y8 fo each soldier
may the ciocodile' egn; and in arctic I make hundred since in our family,
stood for step arid to let him I A CHOICE GIFT
dune there are animals that Ooi so lavishly that has age and women now seelc'aid from glasses atan
thousand dollars a and the south
and cultivate hi farm. The year pay man Syrup has our favorite _
clothe that they can afford to walk build his cabin life than ben I or of so tdditloit t* ese's JibwT,eltiano
and foamed the earlier period of their ancestors. a third of It, and baa bern paying' It *
which ha raved upon to and favorable and nsrulDw will b fouad
through snowstorms in the until sable andermine sea twenty fir*years. Mot a dollar of it I* remedy I Combined Inf
From another authoritative
and chinchilla and no sooner Is one race has become a crystal The thunder pathway cloud for commerce that source upon tb* grave of our dead; and yet results. I have never *t -X*" >v AS
set of fun worn out than God gives them a to march on. we find that people who have lived la pde their conservative people talk bout heitte t |
new one. Be help the spider in its architecture slept lazily\, above the mountain is mad to hot climates like India become presby. lor and President Usrrlaonsaid report my exprenc I ;i iM
Man dl-
and mall bags. frdblp1
of its bridge and take come down carry others found them
gossamer slowness of advancement oplo four or five years earlier than they In are now a united ;
his
: and care of tinge.the the color cochineal of the,butterfly'ani help wing.the shouted satisfied with to the water and the fire. 'Com would otherwise have done, for life ia a ligea'people end What all a bare burlesque equal on right.quails and privl- troubled in like manner." Rxv, *< VEBSTEWS _

moth out of the chrysalis.. and lift?' ''Com and drawP '"Com and hot climate really means excessive wear But It fatigue our lodlgnatluu to dwell on W. II. IAOOAIT lNTUAflONAL

: The animal creation also ban Its army help?'" And they answered hlD"-the, "Ay, fir aye.,andS w* and tear to a European. this subjtct-this national neglect of the confederate of the Newak. A SafeeN
and The most insignificant has Its come. and they Joined dead. I | | \McnaNAra
navy. reckon maybeGenera) Palm M.E.
the shuttle ny, and the rail From the sabio mrcewe learn that ]
water-and Cnr. _
e
mean of defense, the wasp its ting the .r will lt u. fix upth.lrgrsvseandputupa
reptile Its tooth, the bear its paw, the dog train rattle on, and the steamship come the ordinary age for the adoption of Monument or two to their enc April 35, Remedy., 43

it*muzzle, the elephant it. tusk, the flsait couching panting. flaming across to the the heavens deep.U spectacles for reading used to be fifty; it valor. *..If It wa ta Cft 9 0 nrccuson ov in*nrAnktDoxD,1T _

scale, the bird it* swift wing the rein- elevates the through telescope the stethoscope the is now nearer forty-fire. Dr. Brown And Mr E loL yon please pub. &G. GREEN Sole Uan'fr.Woodbury.NJ. .ay *r* revisleg. too iHon empkyed. '
and easily a*
deer Its.ntler the its fleet toot.V.. a* lUh the list of
*, roe fend that the
eo Cr
bears the movement of the lung, further tells us that-the teeth are drop you tlMfl*skmia ilMi laviMd. Cl la list. '
are repelled at the thouzbt of sting and physician relative an i lr1 know whose ant old by all itookwlltn. 1'ainpMMfre.,
of different
tusk and hoof, but lioa's JOOdnpro- theastronomtrcatche of world* the throbbing pulsation with : ping out earlierbldnesi more prevalent, who they are. rind some letter WO 11_ .tLk2Z'I ,. a. 4 fc Miaiusi co., $Ki sfl.u, uWMW. .
fide them for the defense of the animal's systems senile insanity is more common and suicide inquiring about to know ., I
a. life. H. take the mtcrooope, and discover : thm I .M -_ _ _ _ --- i
rights.Yea. U such such 1* on the __ .
hundreds ot thousand of is increasing. eia I. \ .1' ...a.
that there are ,. .
wri' h know !
Els
( H
God in the Bible announce care ton I'.UI.I
: tor these order ot creation. U*say that animalcnlm living, moving working dying These are very unpleasant facts, but laiber ..Lurn-.i, bus loaf D* was uu7tUltwounded ____ .'.11.I.p S5OR1WARDel"
4
Ml lor
Ha baa heaved fortification for their within a circle that could be covered with they appear to be well substantiated. near I found hi* a' a"l"uu.n ,

defense-Psalm ci np,., 18, "!'b. high hill a* the drop point would of be a pin an-ocean animal, a *rose to leaf which a a beau rain The moral of it all is that those who are name When 0 the call list we and mad the son for sent m*a dollar. ._.- 1.1....P...,.'. 'I.:; P a.4H'.g="{ t

a refuge for the wila t goat; and the rock sober*, and the flash of a firefly lasting already old must make the best of the nearly t the eootributloM J *I"bar. e. .. ni.Ml.ISMHIIIS. .I ,
for the 00'1_" H. watches the bird'. to several b t Tb is* W.e 45.LM.:7 .. .iut' DON : "
them light genera and seen largest 912
and lire !
enough to give situation u carefully regularly nt. wh .i. f
net-f salm ely., 17, "As for the stork:, the coats ibut earn a CrM.M rb MUr. kl CM*ultSi ; ,
fir tree are her house." Be ees that the tions. as they cia; those ia middle age Th who cent lr fist DI> -1- ai -

cattle have enough gras -Psalm civ., 14, I tab a step higher and look at mn'moral can put oO the evil 4aybyut.adyobedence fekebura man; sent the t--d.to FREE ...TO MEN. JB. KULM A'CO.. ( t t--
Mad in the imazaaf God. : (ht
"H* cauaeth the grass to grow for th.catti. nature. to the laws of health and bj a judicious rllU, tim* ,wn..ox. tiou.ru,CUH.OUUU.
AU.
for enjoyment capable'first b h dobk. .Li
and
.. Be it that the cow Vast capacity ;
to .
sees ta South C X Und af UM ** '' bl .
W.'C. f
ahc

Palm ef,... 10 11* 'He eadeth the spring still through tb* eoperativ fore of remedy for the loss of old age is to teach B.to' .y I.D O ._4 CUITUFREE e pe.wrIits IbM wlj 54'WeLI o.alwwyl. '
into the valley, which run among to* heavenly graoa, able to> mount up to more children more earnestly the fact that to ,011. aa tb _u_ U4 Luk hills they give drink to every beaitof the tbau Its original felicity facuitle.that may the last half of life they must take Ith-DkltwUL low.I t *. *"eryon rte =I,,., -iamiasa 1v= ,
flald. The wild anae quench their thirst" blossom and bear fruit inexhaustibly. Immortality enjoy *of those e4i a b Pulllv* Kn.*> wkm **. tt !Ul
Amid the thunder of Sinai God uttered written upon *vrr capacity: ; a care of the first Wil.-ChUy* S.." er. and wa to somebody at 1. .l J.lI.ii0VMC,1k.ss. A I"'..,.al... --- 0 ; 0
should destined to range ia unlimited spheresof Thos good, kind ladlMot Virginia nww Pnemedicatstttkshs0
the right of cattle and said that they soul Diisad VostussILrswti*
have a Sabbath. "Thou halt not do anyf. activity g after the world ha put oa Treatment of Sprain what they ooolJ. bat now tt 1* Urn t t ally., Drll MYUS$aru'ace'.OAClJiUL .X.1.awl a. t r S ,
.
He declared ; work:, theta nor thy cattle. .'r .
with infinite emphisU that the ox!: on the Capped it* axle, and the atarI that, fa their The ordinary sprain at a rule receivesbut Let nedoIs-Bu.sA.r, ia .Ut. caU. .Ir s..h.uotikD..s.t. : :...; J

., thrashing floor should have the privilege of cour- fought against Bwra,the shell hvbeen little attention, and the Indifference tntkM. STUDY *"'.-"*.-., : 'r., Uie.iI,Warts., )I I.I
eating sum of the grain as b* trod it out, slain and burled amid tollingthunders with which it 1* regarded often leads to DOMe '. ... PS A I. .1__ ; "

and birds muszlmg were taken wa from forbidden.the nest for If food young, the You see of that the God lass day.has adapted everything serious after effect If the streamof HEAVY-SNOW FALL .. (I.. 4 I. I k4..._C. V. U. ....... .....r"-t,. -i 0

dpoiWs life depended oa the mother to our comfort and advaaiag. Pleasant running water which most people Ill Hoar the .ttIt1e '
going tree God would not let the mother things for the palate; mono for the nostril ear; know enough to hare recourse to in case cut..Er. Colds'-:

f.v bird suffer in one day the loss of her young beauty for the *ve; aroma for the for our; ''or sprsia be supplemented by the spplicatloa Inches at .
-, and her And 13.* wboregarded kindred for our affections; poetry A from Norfolk V .
o a liberty. for our 101I1. W.an puS fAa : of a plaster composed of one par! dispatch saysi
In olden conduct of man toward taste; religion
time the
,c'., tn brute to-daylooke down from heaven rerdea. and told that from all the uses of carbonate of lead and two part ot A bU; of serrrily lmot uaksowaU ;7ConsuPtion6
that mT es t except ar* sad these on. littb ,struck the city ginning O Coughs''c'
and i* intcrefcted. in every minnow we and the olive oil ia ordinary case very a
shine oo u*.
swims the stream, and every rook thatcleaves H.gW.tni.unto trouble is likely to arise. So I at Sunday InTAg. .
and food to strengthenus" subsequent
: to refresh! us. sleet which later 4
herd that eoupenled by
the and ,
air. every Duha-
and the herb yield madiciiM when w* effective is this plaster that Dr. tune
;jr. igb* lows lath which ties
or n< or parfur blea"l when BOW
'", A and are *lck. and the fonste lumber we who has been trying its effect IB J b'.now
Wily did Uod make all -toMe. ia a nun a and .
the waler ,
: pon
would build a houj or eros o.Ihr )Y h
make them so nappy; How account Paris on a Bomber of hospital patients, la I
.
/ tJ- this singing: and dancing and frisking amid I *&* transported for our foundation most of whom were suffering from muJ p pllt andsemblance HOARSENESS
rub are car a
th irntfaonal creation heaven for latrrpt
"bJ'th.*
I Ia and metals upturned for ov ..- of the ankle, states that his
tj: the niDjaJcul IDa dewdrop Why for the sprains of a kept op
condor throne on Uumborasot Why the rend /and wild beast mart miM giv be u tunneled* 00 patients were able to.walk as soon* the by clearing the w/ with snow plo... ?

glitter of the phorphoru*in the ship's wakes I, Lolo ani the mountain ot tb* corn plaster and retaining dittoing h4 bean This earliest ."ow.wr Norfolk
the... wlucn w said to be only th* frolic DB psss.andIMfish I th S :
of the air drop Clieoy* Jfrut. since
at nOiion* of insectif Why the perpetual Snto oar set. and th. bird. applied.- th sIgl sad the cattle oa a
chanting of so many voice from the irrational a' the flashour gu*doWaOglVe* u* meatFor 'At the- time of her death" said there ) lc t. h..I. .1
MUs com.
thousand known to Nw Tear. 0
air ;
ereatka ia earth and and oceanbeasts down Saw tae blor
'-4
*a4 all cattle, creeping things an4l1y. us the pea$orchards taeir purpl.ciuten.. Wilkins, "Urs. Captain Binnacle was Tb wo.1 now 1"alec IS TIlE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
bIg:fowl, permitted to Join ia the praise that fri and the vineyards tntdJecl, tea shunseal ia her husband's ship at Yokohama.She prevailed Fortr*
oar oaro
ep from seraph and arcfaaisgcif Only 1'0 feed and refresh ia aatur u4 pwM.no7ofmii *- bad fired oa board sixteen jtear*." Quii a a henry ecowsanrea reported _.Ask yw AnsslMt .r s>.rcks.t for TAKE HO MlBnTPTfc .
on*y-l it vB, CB explanation on. answer wonders ofear1Ja I" murmured 0 It AgD .
body thing 1C. At \feldoa
ant -
from
Oodfafood.bThartaifullof the cooJ0 .. "Poor thing poor Wilmington, 0 '
the Lord." and air. and deeP on < "4im
1 tab a sup higher, and notice th* adap- ta-e.. ell color/ and sounds eonnairation., lyrics ia tb* beta trjing to lire M board tor not more bore JI B'9I fIICn position..
& a
tatioa of tile world to the comfort and nappioea air idyls in the( miss field on the saooatein sad than ball that tim, sad tt kai nearly JI le all ilong the lion 0 | I !
euuot. robes 0 !
of snaa.. T\e Ta p&Iace atxta of dar the of world ereatuafcadamvad. wassua4eb.thewusGkIsjte3ive. the'Uraad March'of God laU-torm.adaptations killed DI."_&>Ma ft. WUap Wldeo railroad. ivut:

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.INDIA RIVER ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, DEC. 11,.1691. .. ,

8 ., ,,. :
'. Bazaar will a full line ofCIIRISTMAS' -
:. The carry,
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Ci Inquiries for.real estate. Indei 'm.
Worth Transportation many Q "TlW .l
Like m' :
each Visitor seems Inclined to purchai.Among rl'!.. : ,
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boat leave Juno on Monday; the guests *t the "Goo H {D -
i'f.\11 musical tAlent L.I : I GOODS
.
"\VedneIayg, and Fridays, ff.-OO a. m., House" there Is some fine = -
arrived Palm Beach, 11:00 a. in., retui which will add materially to the plea rl (D .'U' ..
.
lug, lon.vetll'Alm Bench, B.OO: a. m.t I IU' nre of the gnests during the winter. I E J
.
Mvc Jnno, 11:00 R. m. Through the politeness of Mr. Thni I. : ;<
ton we were invited to, witness tlaunching 0H' d And would most respectfully. solicit orders for.same from.partos do"'n the n'v,,.
In tli a stomach, collo and chotiwnrbus of Mr. In- P
For pain Wednesday, y
on p '
there I*nothing better than Chambd,1aln' Our line of
Colic, Cholera and Dlarrhosa Kerne; gram's fine yacht Bristol. Quite a large I Pl. 1 C:::>' 'itI '
M.DUon. 17 4 and the appm I' EOES
For sale by John number were present 09O S; ,
fleet as It
ftncoof the sailing pass p. "
of Temperaturein 'TJ tf:2:;
Itange down the river, was exceedingly nicti .., Ii the most complete'of any on Indian River. ,
TIt""l1teFor for the launch P.
the week, ending last night, 'Dec. were esque.perfect The Arrangements, and the boat glided Into I1j K (\ ; CLOTHING HOSIERY HATS TRUNKS

10, 1891, as compared week In with 18WX that necordecl of the the water with tho gracefulness of. a. ; 1 ITI1 11..l,..,. Htd. ,. ,'
responding Prices of which has established us as THE LEADED
The and
office Tl- !J Quality OFLOW
-at the U. S. Weather Bureau bird.Mr. :
Misraer's house is progressing t towards mt"C
PRICES in this part of the .
tusvfappy completion. This together with M

Yax. )nn. Max. Mln Mrs. Eaton's and Mr Metcalfs, whli T t-J world.J.. P.; TURNER &COGroceries
P
1800. NOYEMDEI" IS91. are nearly ready for occupancy, will add 0P COID LIJ !
4'71 61 R9 81o to the fine of the t '
greatly appearance 0 ;
t
76 M 79 16 6'1 66 bluff, as you approach the' place. Mr. 1 H 2 ; := IL :secY:

15 60 .81 66 Irwin, the son-in-law of Mr. Mlsmer, ar- El fj ?fI Cd PIJ ,
'
7 82 62 Need at the "Goode House" on Saturday -

{8 19$7 65 48 10 60 48I 60 soon., and Mr.the entire and Mrs.family Metcalf are expected and {j} II=- Grain, Hay" Garden Seed, Fert 1iZer r.I r.

64 43 '10 46 'e'
10 friends also Mrs. Strawbridge And
J. Eo, LAKoUETTE, Observer.Two daughter, Miss Jennie have returned to '0)Q T t: m call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

Foreign Vessel Ashore.Lloyd's pass the winter. (D 0. hi .[ Staple & Fancy Groceries, Fruit
The firm of Goode: Hogg have .o1d o
Bn.rffetl -Agent Captain K.llBM ., to C. S. Bnlkeley a tract at East )lei- ..... pi LIJ And Food ProductsOf
Them In Charge.Captain I bourne, of which they will have sever All Kinds. Also My Stock of

ThomH S. Zeus, Lloyd.; acres cleared and set with pineapple, Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal
agent, received a telegram from Jupiter the coming season. Mr. and Mrs. Bull-i c Hay,. ,
;yesterday notifying him that the Britliflteamef eley visited several points on the rIer'i HUrlBREVARD ... Ground Food and Wheat.I .
Tregarno, from Galveston i to going as far as Palm Beach, on Lake ,0 am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above Hat et
Liverpool, with cargo of Cotton, waa Worth, returning, stopping at Me Goods. I buy close, and will sell close invite your correspondence and touch
Ashore fifteen mile north of Cape Flor. bourne, and decided in favor of thAt .... your patronage. Very truly -
da place. :Another visitor front the northeast E. L. R-1y':
He at once cabled to the general offl stopping but a few hours, belnll; JAMES HOLMES: President.
at London and will proceed to the wreck charmed with the climate, fine bluff and COUNTY .
M icon as he receives orders.Today the grand river view from the bluff ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary. GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
he over to Fernandina to quite decided to purchase, and selecte! Attorney-at-Law. Attorneyat.LawYembers .
look after the goes British steamer Caynai, a site for building. BANK INDIAN RIVER of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.

Captain Cole which went ashore on the Since writing the above I am pained to STATE
:Fernandina bar, but discharged cargo learn of the death of Mr. Barton, the ; Robbins & Graham
,nod will go to Norfolk Vs. for repairs. brother-in-law of Mrs. Thnrston Mi. ,
Captain Eells is a faithful and compi- and }[rs. Barton came to Melbourne t a COCOA FLORIDA.Incorporated REAL ESTATE ,
tent official and all Interests placed In few days since, hoping to Improve the ,
his hands are carefully looked after... health of Mrs. B. who is quite an ii- 1889.CAPITAL .. LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE.
Wednesday's Tints Union. valid. But aasl I what indeed are human :EXCHANGE ,
hopes? The change of climate d< : ,

Fort Pierce.Mr. from'. veloned and he, who some was existing anxiously complication awaiting evi-, Paid Up, $25,000. Indian River FLA. We have For Sale a Large( List t of.Carefully Selected Indian

O. Sloat returned Titusvlll dencea of her restoration,has succumbe Authorized, $1OOOOO.. COCOA, -
River
last Tuesday.We to climatic change so suddenly, and left Properties.
are sorry to see such a falling oft the invalid wife desolate and heart bro- ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. -
III the Sunday school lately.. ken. She surely has the warmest 'syn- Rates Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and .AJ'ents'for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coastline
Mrs Brown returned from a visit tBfc. pathy of all, PAULA BBOWEB. Honey to Loan at Lowest Canal and Transportation Co.A-

Lncle river last Sunday.Mr. DIRECTORS: Exchanged.
Cobb has a friend from New York,, Two Cheap Titusville Homes. G. S.- HARDER, President. -' CA.N'.A.L LA.N'DS1;'
tutting him just now. We are authorized to offer the well JAMES HOLMKS, Vice-President. tr All inquiries will be .promptlyand Florida. Southern Railway, Jacksonville! Tampa & Key West Railway Company
and Mrs McCarty were in town located, comfortable residence of C. E- R. B. HOLMES,Cashier. reliably answered.. Fire Insurance .Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co:,""
last Mr.: Thursday, and returned home next Dakin containing seven rooms, well! ALBERT A..'TAYLOR, J. M. SA wine, written in standard companies at lowest. and other Low Priced Lands. >

m rnlng. built and finished throughout, for the J. F.. WoOTEJf. rates. 71alougy to; Loan J.xvys oxx :Eland.:
of The house and lot coat
The Canning Co.'s,tradeboat "Irene" mm 1200. I At Ten and Twelve per cent, in turn to tuit eI
61.00 a few months ago.' The lot hatdvanoed
aarivedlast week; she starts down the considerably in value during I Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.

river Wednesday that time.: This place Is now occupied Steamship Co. Address, 'p. o. box' 108, Titusville, Fla.ED"IliT .
Mr. Jim Bussel left for Titusville\ last jy Mr. Schuyler, and is situated directly; TheClyde
Baturday night to attend the!' .sale of: opposite! the public school-house. IARD 'STIIC.II
land. Also the residence of John R. Walker,,
We want everyone' to look out for the In.North Titnsville, just west of the COCOA., Izi.d.Isian.: River: Fla.

big time we are going. to have here' on place of Mr. Rumph's fine lot Four ,-, Dealer In .
Christmas. very large rooms-some of them could

Mr. and Mrs. Vibbert, of Hartford, be divided into two-plastered through PAINTS HARDWARE STOVES; TINWARE &. AGATEWARE,
rat cistern etc. Housi ,
Conn;, have been spending a week o'ler.M ;food pump "
. the beach. COlt and and lot $150. "We can PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY, TABLE I II
ioU same at $1,075. Both of the above &POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE,WIRE NETTING, I
arrived here'Tuea-; r:
Mr. T. J. O'Brien
>properties are offered because the own 4 WIRE CLOTH..
in his boat, and leaves tomorrow
day
in have decided to live on their proper DOORS SA.SEJ:: :aLJNDS SRIOIL: : ,
,
for Jupiter. ; p
ty down the river. LUU cash, balance
Mrs. Lagow and friend arrived hero on I In one to two years at ten per cent 01 Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath. 1
Thursday's steamer from Oxford on a either of the above. Apply to BoaniNib Guns, Ammunition and fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gauze
visit to her daughter. : QBAHAM. 14 tf Doors, Cook Stoves and flanges Gasoline Stoves Coffins and Caskets;
Mr. Jim Bell and party went off on a ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty Lawn Mowers Ice
big hunt last week, and brought in two Resolution of Fort Pierce Sub. Now York :Charleston and Florida Lines. Cream Freezers; Brick,' Lime Cement and
deer. They are going off again next Farmers' Alliance. Chimney Pipe; :Flags; Bunting; .
r .. { Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work etc., etc.
'\ *ek. of this Line
Font Franc, Dec. 7th'ndian The magnificent Steamships are ap Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondence< must thank Dictum dic-dicto for her
I River Advotatt pointed to sail as follows ; solicited and estimates furnished promptly.
flittering remarks; but she is a little be-
hind the times, as we have had one big Dear Sirs:-I am requested to forward CALLING AT CHARLESTON S. C.. BOTH WAYS.
time, and still they comeaud that nothing ou the enclosed resolution of the Fort'leroe (BTAltDAICD TIMI From Jacksonville
less than champagne would do the Sub. Farmer's Alliance, for publication From(Her New 29,E.York R.) STEAMER JFloridc.Dee. .

irtck. In your paper Wednesday Nor.25th ate P. tt. ..."IROOU0I8" .......Tuesday, tat, at '.00 A.M. New Rock Ledge Hotel
:
:
Yours respectfully, Friday Nov.mhJatSP, St..,.."-lQUll'It..TbU1'llday.:: Dec. 3d, at 5JOA.M.
Mr. Bent Sooy went tarpon fishing M. B. Daniels, Sect. Monday Nov 80th at 31' x."CHERO ......Sunday, Duo. 6th, at 7.30 A.trWednesday )
) Deo. 8th, at 10.00 A.M.
Last Saturday evening, and succeeded in Deo. :2nd,atIP.Y."BEMINOLE".Tnesday
.
landing two tarpon, one weighing IGMbs. WHXRXAS, The-present- financial polly Friday, 1ka.Ike 4th 7tih,at at S I P.P.K at."YEMAaEE".Thursday....."IROQUO1S" .,.....Sunday, Dec..10th 13th, at at 11.00 1.30 A.F.M MDeo. '
the other 125lbs lie lost one large one. of the two great parties is in direct Monday Wednesday, Deo.tob,at 3.....;....ALG NQUiN.........Tuesday, Deo. 15th, a'1.00 Art ROCK LEDGE FLA.
The snapper and other bottom fish are the Interests and welfare Friday, Dec. llth,at S P. ........CHEROItEEI.......Thursday; Dec. Uth, at LtOLX.
to .
plentiful and can be caught at pposltion Monday Deo.l\ltbo at S r, M..VBEMINOLK.8anday; Deo. 20th, at 8.00 A.M W. H. ROGERS < .. Manacer.
very any ,
classes and 22th, at 10.00 A.M
o d the farmers and laboring ; ,Deo.18th,a'S p. ..,... .YEMA8SU'ruead&y Deo.
:lime. The Oysters are fine. WHIBJCAS, That In many of the states Friday Wednesday, .Dec.tSth,at 8 P. ........IROQUO ." ........Thursday, Deo. 24th, at 11.00 A.M. .
basket in the Town Dec.2Ub,at S P. u."ALOON t ,>V.?..Bnnday, Deo. 27th, at 1.00 PJI UNDER NEW. MANAGEMENT: AND NEWLY IMPROVED.
A was united and Monday
party given have
hue two .... .
great parties >. .. at
....<> .Tuesday "
Vigil last Friday in aid of the school. raged bitter warfare against alliance-. WednesdayDeo.FrIday. Dec.:!th M,,at8 atS P.SX.....>..8KMLhob .......Th Thursday, 1 0. alit, at 400 L... FINE CUISINE. I'1
The large sum of $31 was collected. len and alliance demands,showing con- Deo.mh.atS P. M....."VKMASSlOi".......Sunday Jan. 3rd at 6.30 A.II.WednMQ&rDeo. LOCATION AND SURROUNDINGS DELIGHTFUL.
Great thanks must be given to Mr. and luslvely! that these parties have no isae Monday..; 3Uthat3 P. M......"1KOQUOI8,".........Tueaday; Jan. 6th, at 8.00 A... NORTHERN HELP EMPLOYED AT THIS POPULAR HOTEL. :

lilft. Maine for the great Interest they as between themselves, but are both Terms:. $2.50 tO $3.50 Pel Day. SPECIAL WEEKLY AND MONTHLY BATES. 1
took: in it;also thanks must be given toM paid agents of Wall Street; therefore St. Johns River Line. -
/. Everett, for undertaking the tedious be It-
vt>rk of auctioneer which He did with RESOLVED, That we stand inoomproilsingly For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points or THE CARPET PALACE J
There were some of I ,
untiring energy. committed to the support

gnincient baskets, and they sold for the "Ocala demands;" and to secure M the'__St.____Johns___ River.__ 48 West Bay Street JacksonvIlle Fla. :
wound ,
basket The
41 to $8 per evening tgislation favorable to these demands, ]
up with a nice dance, and everyone went we stand pledged to support no man for ,pie elegant Iron 8ia&-Wheel Steamers Where you will find the very best selection of

Lqme. well pleased I don't think any. osition or office until he shall have "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE," Carpets Mats
on begrudged the money they spent for fi11lt pledged himself to the 'support ol CAPT. W. A. SHAW. ,
Btyh pleasant time. knee demands.Be Shades, Oil cloths,.
it further resolved that a copy of "FREDERICK DeBARY
Mattings Lace curtains
The Beat Dargaiiia '
Us resolution be furnished the press CAPT. T. W. LUND, JR. : ,
We can offer at present are u follows: for publication.A Rugs Cornice"poles. i
Ljt one, of section 82, township 28 Are appointed to tail bom Jacksonville, daily except Saturday at 3 M p.nu,and from Sanford,, ,
Potiers
daily except Sunday,at II a.m, china Silks
;
bouth. Range 87 East, containing 38 and British Steamer Ashore. NORTHBOUND,
tul 42-100ths acres has quarter of mile SOUTHBOUND. SCHEDULE ead VP, And Mosquito Nets.

Hirer front, land is light high hammock, A telegram from-Jupiter Wednesday, Head Leave Down.5.50P.Y.......... . Jacksonyille' ..... ...... ...........Arrive,. 11.45P.M.< Estimates given. Sample sent The only exclusive! Florida.ur .
...... .
balance is miles north .. _. .... .................. .... .Lea 7.30. carpet house In
good pine mile four Informed us' that the British steamer '1JMA..00 P. Mi ...............,...............VW1'............................. S.OOP.II ) Goods are Tag BEST, and the Prices THK: LOWEST
.0(Hau Galfle, one north of Goshen regarno, was ashore near Cape Florida, i 2.45A.x........... ......... .........8t. Franc... 11.45P.H Mall ordeM will receive prompt attention. .
root office. Price $30 per acre. which is about 230 miles south of Tltns- ..e 11.00 A.a..................... ... 11.14 A.X11XMA.H -
... MArHrat.WA.ItI
.. .
... Ol trls. cft Oor>
The south of lot 1 .BlueSprlngi. toott; ;,
twenty acres tec- .OOA.M. '. .
.
vill",. She Is laden with cotton. The .. Sanford.... S.OOA.M.
tiGu SO, T. 26 8. R. 37 E., has a small crew were aU saved. The captain has lua.. x.................. ..... ..,.....Knterpria............................. 9JOA.M sept-6mo 48. West Bay Street Jacksonville, }]a. ,
h4ule and other improvements, known applied for assistance from Key West General Passenger and Ticket Off lce,88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. ::;
Established In _
the "Nicholson at Hartland
tut place" wing to their being no telegraph communication M West Bay St.,Jacksonville,FU.
F.M.IBONMONOBB,J r., Tlorlda Paatenmr Agent ; 1873.COJala..l
peat office. Good, high bluff, riverfltpnt between Jupiter and Cape W. f. OGDEN FAY Traveling pa.u.gerAgent,Bowline Green New York. "Q\7 YN" :>>y.
Has a splendid stream of waterrtJlnlJ1g ,foot Street JaekaonviUe,Ha. ,
Freight Agent,on wharf Hogan
Florida unable to obtain further J.O. PKLOT.
we are .
*- Tin.J. SUCCESSORS TO G. W.
through the property. Price JOHN L HOWARD.t10rida fuuiiLara ,suet Lan BtreetJ.ckaonyiua.. ( MARKEKS.)
irtioulan. Street,Jacksonville,Tin.Tn
A.LESLIE Superintendent,
ftlXl.N W. of S. E. J of section 24 T. 27 ,I For Sale-Merrltt'a. 'Island Land. MAlteHLLLU.CLYDE.EO.G.EOEIt Tralftc Manager....,.Traffic Bowling Manager Omen BowUnj New York.Green,New York. Wholesale and Retail Wines and Liprs.
Jti 17L: being forty acres of land on theIkalnsula I
opposite Melbourne, which Is I Forty-five acres fronting Indian and WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents.,

excellent ptonounced pineapple by the County land. surveyor One mile as anana Improved rivers.or unimproved.In 6, 10 or 20 These acre lands lota It South trhsrve.Pbilad.lphla B Fowling Green.(.w York. California; Wines. Monogotela Rye, Kentucky Bourbon Whisk,.

RQrth of East ytllb urne. Land In this are as welt adapted to the culture of PRICES NEVER BEFORE ATTEMPTED.

rdjtfhborhcxx\ }, of similar character, has tneapplea, bananas, oranges, lemons, :tNDt..A..N RIVER : SO'JIEJ.. Claret ... .... .... '..Per Gal $1.00 Per Case $3.00
144 recently for $80 per acre. Our limea, guavas and early vegetables as any Port 10M 8.00

price, twenty dollars per acre The titles land in Brevard county For particulars c TITUSVILLEIndian Sherry... .... .... .... .... .... .... '. 10M 5.00
to all lands offered by us are per- appl1 or address,with self addressed; en- Angofica ... .. 1.80 5.tX1
elope J, A. BOOTH ..,. M 1& "
JAU Location, character and quality River, Hock 4,00Ct
wfU prove. represented on inspection. 9- Brantley Fla. "'gV"n '1r.1yn.: ? OO., >1. W. Bay street, JACKSONVILLE
Terms on any of the above, half caa h; A ton of imft X. D. PBMer. a merchamt v.IbnUmr Fla. -
luflauee in one, two pr three years, at N. O, was so badly afflicted with
tear cent. Correspondence solicited.BOBBIKS rbelUD&Ulul&for a jrvar or roor*.as to b. unabl P _.r RICHABQ W. GOODE. JAMES T. HOGG.
per
concluded
to i work or ro ta achool. His lather .
MABBETTE
0-tf TUusville. Fla. cured him and he baa inca walked one ana
a ball mil whoul and. back. school day. o Florida Real Estate Exchange !
Notice. 60 cent bottles fOIl sale. by John M.pixuo. 1?. PBOPB. ;

Eau Gillie town Iota for sale between F. A. M.
-l4l. yard and poatoffice. For business A regular communication of Indian Open All The Year. MELBOURNE, Brevard Co., FLA.
cnj residence to Wm. Kotwch.l .
Apply
be held Friday
iver LodgefNo.DO,will on
% *GalUe,-Fla., llseptSmo evening, the llth last Brethren areuticularty -few ROPERTffS: OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT. SOLD 4: BZCIIA.iG1fD. ,

requtsstcd to be present, as OntT.a minutes' TAXES PAID FOB KON-BESIDEN13.: |
.
Me'bourne.Ve1bourne there .m be an election of officers for and Steamboat Hallway landings.depot CONTRACTS TAKEN FOR SETTING OUT ORANGE GROVES AND ,
the ensuing Masonic year. Visiting
PLANTATION's.lnd1an .
PINEAPPLE
Is flourishing. There are rethren are'cordially invited. By order s On the Lanka of the foil
tnoja arrivals at the 'Goode House" of[ W. )L tar-famed Indian Miter Dfr r Land a specialty. Parties wishing to latest, or having land
the usual for the early season, and J. MIJTDXL, Soo'y. ta won.ltwell to correspond with us. :
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