East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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October 2, 1891
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note:
W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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i Vol. 3. ISTo. 8. TITUSVILLE,. Indian River; 1>LA.,' FBIDA.Y, OQT. 2, 1891.: \ Price; 5c. f; : \\f fI

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-Mrs. Laura C. Curtlss, of Enos, was -Capt. C. F. Fischer has purchased ''.':*-Mr. S. J. Field, of Indlanola, was In .Sqndly weather, and plenty. 'of rain. -Mr..Wm. Norwood is said to base:

I q In town MondayMr. Mr. Lonillard' ;yacht, Reckless.A toWn Wednesday. -Rev. S. F. Gove was in town Wed- ,token a fair share of advertisement lor F
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I Mortgage deed, Warranty deed, J.,T. Reynolds' shorthand class, large ten-foot alligator was killed f-Go to the Bazaar for clothing, hats nesday., the county'pamphlet. t,

Quit-Claim deed, Bill of sale, at the schoolhouse, is getting along very by Mr. Goo. W. Scobie, at the railway and shoes. -Capt. Joe Smith has returned from -Rev. B. F. Brown and wife refumt4e ,
, Satisfaction of mortgage, Tax certificate, Titusville last and our 13ptee
satisfactorily. wharf, Tuesday.Mr. -*nay the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screvcns Jacksonville. to night, ':
Tax sale deed. Leases
I Assignment! mor'g! :
! 'DondJor'T1t1e'8111tlmOnS' For.ale at the ADVOCATE office. One, etc I; Sunday-raornnlg at 11, and; evening at Wednesday, from his'trip to New fork Capt; Jas. Pritchard expects to move of Cocoa,, are in town today.Mr. for service.on.. Sunday. ; f
I and other northern place Into hts new residence next week. Cocoa.h
'10c.l ; 2:>0.; dozen, 6Oc.; one hundred : 7 30 o'clock. Geo. Altree returned from his

,three I I Bread Is the "staff of life." Altree's -Send ;your watch and ,clock repairing -Do you want bargains In land?' U birthday party, at Sanford, Monday eve : .:. :

I Also, attachment'Ten in seta, $1.00; sixmete yeast cake never fails to male it. 100 to Chas. K. Morgan,.successor ,,to, J. you do, read Robbins' A Graham's list ning. Col. D. I*' Gaulden, of Tltnsvine, :was. : '
$3.00.) in each set Copyright. E. Ender" Co. Tltun1l1e.Mn. 8* of the inside of .
package; 15o by mail. 23tf. land bargains on page -Mrs. Glntoh, of Brooklyn, expects: in town Wednesday. r'" ,

Wedding --**, Cards -Wild duck are now coming! into market J. II. Oothout and Miss Mary I this pAper; tf. to leave here today for the lower river, Mrs. K. A. Hardee, ,of HardoovOlV

II i Wa shall be pleased to') 1 The weather north must be getting Oythout, of Walton, N. Y.,. started, for>; .. -Dr. B. L. Wills removed, yesterday, on a visit to her sons. paid Cocoa a visit Wednesday. < .

," :J receive a share of your ": cooL, Coquina yesterday morning. from Mr. 3. U. Ray's cottage, on Washington Mr. C. T. Verbeke, of Brantley, spet ; ,
;0 Job Work-envelope, Avenue to of Dr.. -Miss Susie Gladwin loft here for '
!; one Wiley'ecottagoe several days In Cocoa this week.Mr. .
:.9' {letf er-he : -Mr. and Mrs. W. R., Sanders, of -Invoice Just received for a beautiful the Grand View Rollins college, Winter Park, on Tuesday .. ) i
a bill-heed! <<, S'DOe-headS'J I Courtney, returned here last night, from new line o{ business suits, in cathmcre, adjoining and will be for some months. and Mrs. C. A. Wlllard, ,of Clfr 'j 3"" u
I hotel In Cocoa "
t/pl or anythi their trip north. worsted and(; serge, at tbeDaza'ar.Mr. Point, spent Wednesday :\.
. Oe i'i.Snpt. R. B. Cable, Supt. C. IT. --Ir.. and Mrs. St Geo. Rathbone, of been very ple.- {
The mosquitoes v
T -Say I Have you ordered a suit; fromJ. and jjjrs A., E. Bradley, who Bent Gen'L Pass. Agent, G. D. Ackerly, Mount Harrison, Cincinnati, are expected tlful In Cocoa fat the last day or so. ; ,SI ;

P., Turner" Co.; yet They are send- spent last winter at Eau, Gallle, .will .hate boon on, a trip down the river' to on this evening's train, on .their way Dr. W. L. was called I hg out fine work. spend this winter in Colorado, Call\ as" f
some Lake Worth returning here Wednesday to their winter home at Eden. to Sebastian Monday! .on professional i

LOCAL NEWS. -Editor Mann, of the Ormond Gazette, fornla, and Salt Lake City, Utah. afternoon.VCtpt. -Entire stock of men's hats, shoes, duties" / 1"d. :, l

was in town Wednesday, and gave us a -Miss Carrie Wlllmott,. of titles, K: ( ,. Harold S. MnoLatne, who' bas pants, shirts; also ginghams, prints, Presiding Elder T: ,J., Nixon, >i l4 ; .

pleasant call He returned home yes- Y., arrived In Pont da1 Evening,, on boost on'a 'lengthened.,halt to Mr. W. J. etc., at actual cost for a few days only, quarterly meeting' In Cocoa Tuesday ana i'. 1 ?

Society' and General Qouip la connection terday. her way to City \ where vsho'will lag tc, of Eden'', has this week bocen inakItpg to reduce stock. E. P. Branch, Mel Wednesday., .y I.
with Indian
River and Lake Worth Motion '
*daring pat week. Brief mention of -The largest, shipment of fish ,ever teach school this winter..' > ,f trip Up tip St. Lucle. river, In the bourne. *1Capt. Rev. J. L. East last preached to quite fa'mt' y. ,'t;y,
Sunday night '
large congregation '
Interesting Event|' Abont People Ton sent from Tltusville at one time was on -Moneyl Monty. Honey 1 1! to loaninsum's : yuebt(.Irene. He expects: to return ,toBusvUlo'ln Sharpe's communication, unfortunately the M. E. church. ,'t

Know Picked, and People our Society Ton Editor.Don't 'Know, Monday morning-most of it going to to suit: ,'on approved,.real estate seo'urity a day or two. \ ( came too late for Insertion Mrs. Jarvis left by last Friday's'through

np by --- : Atlanta and Savannah. at ten per cent. Robbins'A'Guv- ,..;.!tr. Tom Sanders, who has .been toG in'this week's issue-just M we were boat for Sebastian, and other I ;

Advertisements under this head- -Why send your Job work out of the ham.. enIlle, to place,his son at college ready for press., points down the river. 'y to

county, when you can get it done neatly, ._-Y1811 Fannie Sanders, of Courtney, rettftned to Titusville on Wednesday Miss Annie Kltohlng returned to her
ing; are ten cents per line per week. cheaply and expeditiously: at the ADVOCATE Who has been on a visit to Miss'Dart, at even J\g'. train and, after stopping in -The crew.of the vessel Jenny Lind, home at Sebastian last week, after a visit;
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wrecked during the tornado,at Martinique the Del-, d
,-Genuine Stetson hale at the Bazaar. office Maltland, returned home' Wednesday, tows: yesterday, started for his' home at of several weeks," a guest ,
recently have arrived at Plymouth monloo.
'.-Mr. D. H. Bryant, of Fort Pierce, -Capt. W. B. Watson, of Jacksonville saying her stay at the above place was a Conrthey today.Sborthand. Coooalte attendedthe '
crowd of
England. They tell an .awful story of Quite a ,
was In town. .Saturday" I t.. was a visitor to town Friday last, most enjoyable,one. 'J. 'Tome Reynolds: the horrors of the scene. They say that picnic and speaking, at Fairyland,

-Yr. and Mrs. Carl C. Cnrtlss have I and stopped here until, Monday, when he -J. M.:Llbbey, teacher of pianoforte, stenographer, with Robbins & Graham, about 800 persons were killed and 1,000 last Tuesday, and report ,a most enjoy! ", .t table

returned to town from their place on the returned to the metropolis. The Cap. violin, organ; all band and orchestra i Is organizing class In shorthand. Two time. (
I Injured.,
lower: river. i aln'a many friends were pleased,to see instruments; vocal, thorough bass ,and i evenings a week at Court House.. Those Miss Lizzie Smith and Miss Ferham.
-Mr. and Mrs John Goode, ot Chicago of City Point, camo down on Wedne-.
-Mr. Howell Titus was at Lake hIm in town. larmony, Music parlor at ,the trosi- wishing to join will please write or apply day's steamer. They attended preaching t

:Worth'* couple "of days last week, at- ,-The new steam yacht, now In courseof dence of Capt. Paddison. 'VMr. at ':office of,"Robbins A .Graham for arrived here lost night,on their way to and returned home that evening. ,!,w
I their winter home at Melbourne. We
tending to some law business. construction for Mr. Pierre Lonillard, B. Lyman, of Hypoluxo,,started .term,.etc., IDllttuCtldn'bf mail Terms to .e. them' wen were: There will be another big dance" given' -' '
pleased looking so
Insure In the German',Life mmcompany u at Wilmington, Del., is expected: to be for Jacksonville on'Mppdayxporning'e; reasonable. 6* In'Travis Hall, on Friday night,Oc t flth< .
finished[ In week two. We under- .. fr. Lew/ closed hla'saloon They brought ft maid with thpm; for Invited. Cocoa dance'are). "
a or : train. His scho≺ the Bessie B. U aj; ,$ J. F. on Everybody
: rance of New York. J. T.
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Howard of
stand that R. Si; Sheldon of'New Smyrna his license for the Mrs. Knight, Sebastian} largely patronised and highly:enjoyed d
Sanders, agent, Titusville. 1*2. that port, and b_ win,probably :return: In> mornlpg, all attend. the good work '
le 1 to bain command;while f),/j'UeuI )\Ap tn Lake Wnrlh. .' ....., 'l. .f1..r nsuftltem"bavlfig,u lred. Mr. Lewis -Mrs/; Mabbette, who has ,been on a by who jet ,
_. tor. and Mrs 8. A. Belcher, who ".5.1"l". .. .. -.: "''"' .;- bdinoTTed- go on. v .. .:.e
the post of trip to KIislmmee returned %
" ",bin been on visit. to Georgia, returned I will occupy math, ,-Miss B. Bryant, of J c'b6ivf1T1been wlfl;*rt>wver*;apply to the County Copimissloners Miss Viva ,Hilt returned borne Jaa't'I .11. '.
Mrs. Anderson and and Miss on Monday for : reriewalof nesday evening, bringing her family back from where she bae= '> ,it.-
'. here the end of last week. son, In town a week ot schooling; after ; Sunday, Jupiter .
Ills\ with her, She does not from home friends and relative for ,
Ethel Anderson, who have been spending her property North : "We same, he having advertised ,application go been visiting '
-Rev. B. F. Brown will conduct mornIng Titusville. !In accordance with the law. very often, and consequently, thoroughly the last few week She say that *h.' ,
a few months at Daytona beach, returned understand it I.
her intention to haTe'neat
and evening services at St. Gabriel'sEpiscopal a did not know that Jupiter was such a:
I this visit to relatives the
: Church next the 4th ; here on Friday; evening last, and little cottage erected 'on her building -Command y Jas. GGreen, held court enjoyed fine place to have fun. : "
Sunday '
above town.
left again on Monday morning's train the
i lot. Miss Bryant returned to Jack. at SntyrnaMonday weekj.for: '
fast, : for Winter Park, ,where Miss Andersonand I sonvllle to-day. purpose inquiring Into charges made -For sale.;-Steam yacht, Sassacn The British 'Bahama,.bland ..(,

Misses Belle and Ella M. Dimick, of her brother. will attend school. Altree has for sale the sloop boat* by Keeper Rowllnskl against Assistant Cost, $4,800; will sell for $1,500, and e

Palm Beach, arrived In town Sunday, on Mrs. Anderson Is a sister to Mr. I. *M. Lone Star and flour, at $70 each; Home Lighthouse Keeper StringfeUow, who, It guarantee everything perfect, or no tale. 1'0" Joined to Cable.the United 8tate fcv rr

their way to Winter Park College, for Mabbette.H. : Without the handsomest
Comfort wrought iron range, $50;'Home appears, made counter charges againstRowlinakL exception: ,

which place they started Monday morn- C. Starch, of Malabar, who has ; Organd vapor stove, $12.60; Chambers' No doubt many of our read steam yacht on Indian River. For far I The world moves, and although the .

ing. finished his pineapple contract, has now encyclopedia 8 vols., 7.60; organ, $50; ers remember Stringfellow, who was ther particulars, address Hodgson Bros., "Isle of June" and the Blessed Bahama

jy Has your subscription expired? received a large consignment of first- violincello, $10; refrigerator, and the ,Assistant Lighthouse Keeper at Canaveral Eau Gallle, Fla. ,, have been long sleeping, the time ha bift

Please note name-and-date slip pastedat class Havana tobacco and Is prepared to stock 'in general t* some months back. -Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Hogg and little come when they wlU be forced to awake)

head'of this paper, or upon the wrap. supply domestic and foreign cigars of, Messrs. Geo. O. and W. H. H. Glea- -Weather Bureau officer T. J. O'Bri son Ben.; also Mrs. E. 0. B. Tyndall, I, .and ay*come the Key out West of their Advtrtber.Nassau sleepy. coDdltl j. ,

per. the finest quality, at the most reasonable their daughter returned here Wednes- ha the finest winter climate t 4
son. of Eau GaBle, were in town Sunday. en came up to town on Wednesday,from -
-Dr. A. E. Lyman, ot Melbourne, prices. Address H. C.Starch Malabar. II kf r. Geo. Gleason was on his way'to New Jupiter,for ,the purpose of taking the day, from their trip to New York, New for invalids, and I* becoming more and. ;

came to town Monday to prove up on Fla. 8Mr. York and other places north, to spend ft cat-boat May Blossom and a small skiff Haven, and other places north, and report snow more known never come every year.There There sudden troat01'changes ..

his homestead. Mr. LaRue P. Ely and and Mrs. W. F. Hnbbard, of I month or so; and Mr. Will Gleason may back to the above station. The May having spent a very enjoyable time In temperature, so frequent In Florida rJ

Oom. BergIn accompanied him as wit Jacksonville, accompanied by Mr. Cecil I remain north, two or, three months, for Blossom has the name of being a risky, while away. They brought back with and this side of the Gulf Stream arts' ,,

nesses.. Mabbette, of this place, went on a fishing the benefit of his health. top-heavy boat, that managed to throw them Miss Annie Spies, A niece, from unknown. A norther generally last

-The,:Misses Myra Williams and Meta excursion a few days ago, and returned I -The Germanla Life Insurance company her occupants Into the river on several' Altmont, Canada, who will, probably, four the sea days break; It 1*over a grand the sight rock to.of watch Hog t

Wilkinson, of Rockledge, with Mr. E. S. with about Mlbe. of fish, caught:. of New York, is the company {9 occasions; but Mr. O'Brien says he Is spend the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Island and the lighthouse. '? /

Williams as escort, started for Winter off the railway, wharf in a couple of which to Insure. J. T. Sanders equal to the ,occasion now, for he Hogg. While in New York, Mr. Hogg The groat stumbling block to the
tours. Had it not come on to rain, Mrs. I agent, which prosperity of Nassau now about to))oi'
lot of sandbags bouhht a 25ft naphtha launch In
Park on Tuesday morning, for the purPose Titusville 'Fla. G. brought up quite a as ,
Loper of Pa-
Bailey, removed the want of the
Hubbard thought she could of made the ( telegraph), c* :
of attending school laths, Fla., is manager for the State of ballast, so that he may not meet with a they Intend to leave Titusville for their which we would congratulate our neigh "
Tltnsville.' biggest record of fish-catching for some Florida for this and watery grave on his,down-river trip to home on the lower river. The launch bors. Instead of one large- hotel being',
-New York Laundry, county; good agentsare
months past It is said she is getting Jupiter., Yesterday the above noble -called the Blue Wing-arrived on the required to contain the winter visitors. ,
Laundry work done in first-class style at quite an expert: at fishing. Mrs. Hub- wanted everywhere. 71 .craft bad her sail hoisted 'just then cars last night; and Mr. Hogg and faintly several will be erected for Americana e
reasonable prices. Orders by mail bard returned to Jacksonville Tuesday -An orchestra, called the Indian River ; a will start down the river In her as like Nassau with its line climAte. It*'
little squall, came along, and the May soon as the weather permits. To-day hard;
promptly attended to. Address Wm. Orchestra, was organized at the office of smooth roads for driving and it*
CStMessrs. morning. Blocsom at once attempted to turn a It is too wet and stormy to start,* social entertainments. Soon a man can
McCarthy proprietor. Gaulden it .
-Bathing still seems to be the orderof Wednesday somersault Th'e water not being deep. do his business his comfortable 'room
A. Pickell and W. Taylor of with Mr. Henry Eger as 8. ,, -We are In receipt of a very neat vobume .4
at the Royal Victoria Hotel at Nassau
and still : ,
the day, many are IndulgingIn enough, .he-lar on her side until she of poems, which comes to us' from
Grand :Mich. have been in town Welch vise-president and Geo. L. Bran- and communicate with his
partners or
Rapids, ,
a dip nearly every afternoon. An ex was again righted and placed In position.Mr. the author, Mrs. Luole Ada MeKenzle.
for the past few days. Mr. Pickell and change says: "Swimming is a tonic and ning, secty. and treasurer. Prof. Lib- Widenvyer, who Intended accompanying The collection Is entitled, "Rose: A Taleof easily employees In Wall he street,still New In York the fend a*'
the Indian River and Other a* though were
his brother have purchased the Hardee bey Is to be the instructor. Poems.
bracing exercise. It assists in the de- Mr. O'Brien In the May Blossom Our time has not careful of the free and the home of the brave.
permitted a
property, at Hardeevllle, and they exPeet velopment of the muscular system, and -Mrs. U. D. Hendrickson arrived here says be will return oa the steamer, perusal of the work of our Indian River English capital has lately been largely.
to build and reside upon the land favorable influence the from Lake Worth on Sunday afternoon, but most of the and descriptions directed to the development of the li
exerts: a oa bodily as his life Js too precious to be risked on poet; as scenes
this winter.A and started for J Jacksonville refer to this section, it shouldbe hemp plant In the Bahamas to a great
function., such as digestion, nutrition, Monday this Weather Bureau boat. S extent, and with a man with such enter
circular sent to the ADVOCATE: Circulation and innervation.It where she was to meet her husband, who read with pleasure by those iof opr and vim Sir Ambrose Shea wb
respiration, .The banquet service of the Queen 9! readers whose taste have a tendency prise a* *
from the J., T.* K. W. Railway offices Is excellent in getting the body in what went around in his schooner. Mr. and England was brought out for an airingon for poetry. The book I* published by baa bad the temerity to overcome all ",

Jacksonville, states that the above company sporting men call 'condition.' Aside Mrs. Hendrickson are going to New the recent occasion of the German the author, but we do not find any statement difficulties-only talked of In .a ''windy
is offering 640 acres of valuable York and other places for a short time. as to the price for which it political sort of a way br his predecessors
ticket from the physical advantages, swimming Sovereign's visit at Windsor Castle. It be had. The following short la worthy of all praise,, and the desire t ,
land in Florida to ,the northern may '
moral Mrs. A. J. ItcheU'anci' her little of the tuSJtbltenu of of the 1-
gives courage. was a grand display, and probably was selection will show that the descriptive on*
agents selling the greatest number of County Surveyor Bnrchfiel, of Geor- daughter, Ruth, took a flying trip to never before equalled In the annals of the language of some of the poems anted p'll drive away the schoolmaster ,
tickets to going over their line, down thellgbthollMlo will wa
persons glana, who has been surveying land at TKasrille and return but Friday. They world. One service for ISO persona ls of is far above the average: hope, no longer exist But that the Be- }
of Florida. ..
to the southern
portion Mi UM moon' ,
DeSoto Beach for the DcSoto Beach Improvement came up to meet..the' Mesdames Miller, gold and,another of silver. A great ail- met sizes lu itpth p phosphoria with diver light ton, hams may rise to that proud eminence

-:Miss Fannie Sanders, of Courtney, Co., returned her on Sun who had just arrived from Atlanta, Ga., ver wine cooler, made for George IV, And all Mound her'rlitUrUMr JUkUnirtton among the nations of the earth to which

Merritt's Island on Indian River, has day, having completed his survey. He and were oa their way to their respective weighs 7,000 ounce The entire plate. Wbaee A luUuw ripv"o of UM glory t seer the ba,,. they the Key are West entitled.4dHrliHf'1* the sincere The' wish #c<'. .

become quite a belle at MaiUand, where has cut a straight trail from Banana Jupiter.. .Mrs. Mitchell is at Windsor le Tallied at upwards of nine Its IJke war arrowy....'IIu ULoM M .,.iwtfUjr....,MS llMI,& spend a happy winter i* pre-eminently f.

she is visiting the beautiful and accomplished River to the Atlantic Ocean, which he the wife of Mr. A. J. MltchoU, the popular minion dollars, and Includes quaint a.a.cubacll UM ... Nassau, N. P.The.
tiraauu __.
Miss Emma Part. Her return I Weather Bureau officer and lawyer, Uinunwowy :;pas 4lus.dies
says is a very excellent site for a seaside pieces taken from the Spanish Armada; lgbYs: .
home will be much regretted by the of Jupiter, and her friends In town were Where dreamy nature fUally alfhs Beat BargalnWI .,.
resort The company as soon as tours glad to see her looking so well in health. a peacock of precious stone* from India Upon UM ....v.s s wbp-ring peaks."
young gentlemen who have enjoyed her nient, will have a roadway, twelve feet which has a solid ingot of gold for a can quote at present i fa' an exc t. '
-The schooner Corinns,of Ormond, In lent tract of pineapple or vegetable land
charming IIOClety.-JacbonvlDe ifetropcto. the and teeth and Pineapple Land ,
wide cut right through to ocean, tongue crystal ; a wonderful '
command of Capt. Harry Shaw to which containing about seventy-five acres,. 4* ,
and then have It thoroughly grubbed. collection of splendidly ornamented For sale, at East Melbourne, a tract of ing on Merritt' Island, between liract- '
-Capt. IT. D. Hendrickson, with his A great many feel interested In the matter we referred, In last week's issue of AD- gold shields, one being made for land, containing 200 08-100 acres. ThisIs Icy and and Tropic, having a frontage cCeveneighth "
>OCATK, M having gone ashore south of of his a splendid piece of pineapple land, and of a mile oa Indian Rivet
schooner Emily B., arrived Friday last, as a seaside resort within easy distance George IV out snuff boxes, being '
Jupiter Inlet last Wednesday night, was front on Indian Liver and Atlantic and the same on the Banana Elver. TUle tf
on his way to Jacksonville, from which of Titnsville and suburban towns worth $ Oooo. The collection M will ocean. This tract Joins the handsome U a* free of land eft
hauled oV Tuesday without serious '
place he left for New York. He came by has been much needed for some years on any be sees, commenced centuries ago andif pineapple plantations of Messrs. logra- KdeU.yS ...* pas frostfd daQx. ,

way of Indian River for the purpose of past We are anxious to see the Tltusville injury having been done to her. the intrinsic value le $9,000,000, the ban PhiiUpe and Thorston. and U si loafed Transportation cost leas from thisiS' y
Bopt Shaw was on a tour of inspection value souvenirs ( almost directly opposite the thriving townof than from down river point and
leaving pineapple slips at several places, Oak Hill and Canaveral Steamboat M s inestimable. slly.
of the Life Saving stations, and also had Melbourne. Melbourne enjoys dally menu reach market from to
and attending to other business In TKus- Co. start their steamer on the Canaveral a force of hands on board to remove the This priceless,service It not owned by mail and telegraph service. This tract day quicker. Price for the on entire* : tract.Iwo.,

Yffie. White away tu New York his boat ran. The land owned by above company House of Refuge, near Fort Lauderdale, queaa ot England but only lent her brthe U to be sold la a body. For further particulars -,600. Will not Wl IW tha _k*.

wfll undergo a thorough overhaul. Inysrksonville. is said to be good for oranges, lemons to another site the work upon same, we British' government, while she apply to Goode A Hogs, real tract Speak quick. Apply to fiobhiw a ;
pineapples etc. understand, will sow proceed., JeIpIo estate agents, Melbourne, 7U. 8* OrabaiD. Tltnaville, Mi.; IP *


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; The Two Lores. >That watf noise' 1 PEARLS OF THOCUHT. : ==
the ieardj" .hl $65 OUR SILVER ,QUEEN $65
Hast Coast AdvOC8i I ,Lore I II often deaf to thOM rejected. "The wind blowing wade ----
: f rho Who lore her deeply; is at all la It possible aflrst-olaes Buggy with Silver-plated Dash Rail, Seat
the door creak on lta hinge. 4' If a man knowing ,
Deaf and blind** death my be maya > w Rail, Handles.Hub Bands, an{i Shaft Tip.. for above price
To grief or gltdnea well lock It. though.* ., he Is worth knowing well. I It:

TITUSVILurFLOnIDA, Ah, that Love ihoutd! bold a heart And* closing It with a bang the It is of little trails that the greatest It< :Z 0; :D; z M a' t11 PJar'

At bet but cheaply I turned the key and retired to rest human character composed. >\& < 0 a !: D

Kalian are lonvlnjy their Bach a head a* none can lure sleeping as soundly as usual until : ia < !
To cruel mad nOM. Sincerity, truth, faithfulness, come hi C) 1'11'1Zl1
feountry for BrAZil, and- In some u morning.On I : n O : o n
into the very essence of friendship. x Q
U / Love, ateal I.i born of earth, to D
descending Hannah
the population : :
And drift snt'inely. If you want to believe that a roan ia 1&.1&Z Q L roxoznt
thinning out In consequence wf the in getting breakfast, however, the D 'IOtD
Now she finds a bitter joy your friend, never ask him to prove O... < O :
\sapid emigration.* In vulgar measure found that young per.onin a state of It. a w I < 0'It D

Now dieting with open throat, the greatest excitement. h a a jZ' O )( at
Circumstances the control :
Rer. A. 1V'. Mann, the pioneer deaf And tings divinely, "Somebody's been in an' broke are beyond :; ) III t4
1'.lon-iweet In all her dream, \ of man} but hi* conduct Is in his own a. C..c n"z Q
mate preacher, writes.' "The ratio of In open sit the drawers, mum, an' carried, > 0 0
all her pleasure.Ohl cn >
deaf mutes to the hearing I is as one to off your silver spoons," she announced, power. 3 :;) J&<. 0 0 III: :OZ r'I \I1IQ
when Lon meet Love la guts Of mean man it 1* usually JI 'W
1600,,so there are over 40,000 'In the tremblingly. But I'ope yon wouldn't every

United/ State and about 1,000,000' in Just Supremely*s crystal tender long,meets tong lay It agin me, as never touched aid, as an apology to humanity, that Write for our New 8O page AddressSOUTHERN Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles

world. : In nothink in life she ho ha a good wife.
the perfect blending! my sobbed
Then the soar among tbs stars apprehensively., There is no culture out of work.

After throe minutes' use of a scythe To her surrender. ,"Nonsense: Hannah. Of course I The world has not great places enough CINCINNATI I .. -. OHIO I U. S. A.
There Is for her
neither pain
A Rockland, Me., lawyer back gave Nor ending. don't suspect you," sald'l\tlu Sallie for all its great people.

out, and lie tat down on his steps to George[ E. Montgomery, la Harper's And thus rcasnred, Hannah wiped Charity, in whatever guise she appears -

ponder! with this remit! Every man Bazar. her eyes, and explained .alt she knewof is tho best natnred and the'Lest

or woman that came along was In* the burglary, which was little complexioned thing Jn the world.

riled to try his new scythe and' I/S08' Miss Sally's Surrender enough. I Fear not them that can kill tho body, o m r= t tiI. 't 0

hnw it. work" Within two She had b
easy found tho kitchen window' .
but fear him, tho demon of selfishness,
.ioor the job was done and the law BT HELEN WIIITKET CLARK. wide and the 6I EI
open, spoons and other : laziness, which can kill both body and rc gtEi ., .
yer wa* Hill seated. i silverware gone, and she was readyto soul. Ie881I: ii641118986EApI
"Now, Miss Sally, I don't like the take 'Bible I
oath that she didn'tknow IaBII III
idee of 11l1vln' Experience Ii a safe light to walk
Ponoma Valley, California, expect yo here all alone in "uothlnk"' of their disappear tub
at .
'to hare the biggest fig orchard In the this big ramshackle of a house, without anca. by, and he Is not a rash man who ex- IBlIB ,

world Over 700 acre will be planted, no neIghbor. nIgher thep acrost "Go and send Mike for Squire poets to succeed in future from the

with fromSyria the street-I reely don't"" same means which have secured it in LARGESTClNGtri
73,000 Iree8, imported Nicknjock," ordered Miss Sally. a
Too to "Wai, Squire Nlckajnck, bow be I time past. uNS S D 'h"
projector expect pro- And Hannah flew to her
bidding, t __ .._
M..M FOR')
duce fruit equal to the best Smyrna a-goln' to help it? A lone woman but returned with the informationthat Left and Right IIandednc8S.Pbysologistt TONEIOUCH"TERRE- PiANO FACTORIES

varieties. At Vncnrlllo a fruit raiser like me, without a chick,nor a childto Mike ,
was not to, be found. and other have given THE

report a profit of $225,an acre from keep mo comp'ny, is bound to be "Which I suspect .as he has wont time to tho discussion of left and right ANp INISM e. S "c WORL0''tPIANQQ
orchard of alone, an' I don't see how I kin helpit. .
apricot, on an forty after tbo cows.," added, Hannah., handedness as exhibited in the human
acre ,. ,Then go for the squire yourself," species. The opinion now generally
cooking school Miss Sally sat np very 'Iralgbt'and commanded the mistress. "I must NLAP
had held is that the preferential use of ,the
prim and glared at the who _
1000'tl1pl19 'In tho year just ,ended, get my spoons back, if possible." right band'Is not due (In individual "
glared through his silver-bowed NEWPORT
half,of ,whom wore taught free. Tho And away Hannah sped, soon returning -, cases to early training, but to a superior -

;school'trtves free instruction in plain spectacles. with the squire."I I development of the left lobo of

cookery to tho children of working "If you'd consent to share my hum. ,needn't to say' how sorry,I am, the brain, which, as Is well known, is .

people, and 'teaches them how to prepare ble rutl"'ho began. Miss Sally," ventured the squire, I I connected with tho right side of the ,,

tliolf food in a wholesome wayandhow "Which/I won'tl"! declared Miss vainly endeavoring to put on a, long body.
Sally flatly."Yon .-
to market advantageously 'and face. I The general nto of tho right hand in
wouldn't be left to the mercyof But Miss Sally ruthlessly Interrupted 11
economically Instruction in higher preference to the left may be ascribed iI I

"1 It.cookery ,)Is given' to those who pay for I along tho,"first finished gang of the burglars squire,that who comes evidently him."Go, up'stairs, Hannah. and air the f I I I; to the education of the races through 1

bed; clothes. Thou turning a serious generation after generation. No
I i regarded burglars a.. u kind of 4
London has o hospital for women gregarious creatures! who hunted in face to the squire, sho confessed, i i animal shows any unusual inclination 4a i 4i

Which wn established by a ,woman I' gangs. I II' bluntly, 'You was right and I was for the special use of the right limb ij j

and,i i. now' officered by women?and I' "A fig fnr;your burglars retorted : wrong. But if 'you'll only get The attribute, belonging solely to !the \I

maintained by them. Thorn i to an'outpatients' Miss Sally. "I'vo lived hero as snug spoons back for me, I--I-" my""I ,human race, probably arose gradually ,,

"You'll consent to sheer hnmble from the use, by the earlier
reception room numerous as a bug in a rug fur tho last year an' my
ward for In-patlonti for ruff?" cried the squire, Joyfully. I I races of men, of ,the right -
room pay more, an' I ain't afraid of your burg fmmm i ? [Patent applied lor.]
ing patients and there aro prettily furnished lar." "I-I suppose so., But you_haven't I arm in fighting, while tho left sidearm This I*one of the most convenient measure and bnatoet vehicles for the 1&W7er.

suite for women doctor. The Bat the squire shook his bead omi got 'em yet," responded Miss Sally, was reserved to cover tho left -".mtneee atUe.ryugks man or farmer at Tone,_on same earth.time Owing..." to
hospital was established through the nously. rrimly. An' you won't bo apt to elt side of the body, where wounds, as A, WRITTEN.. .... .GUARANTEE w"'" ......GIVEN... eeAtott ON oe EACH,,.. ..VEHICLE...r"'d.

indefatigable exertion of one woman, hTho pitcher that goes often to the 'em nuther, while you set there,."wlnk. their experience showed !them, were Tito QII4'I Bat ba*d. cabs attaoW or 4ItaoW II on YSIiVTL Witt to MOM., AcnU WuW.

Mrs. 'Garrett Anderson.Bouguereau well is sure to be broke at last," he In' an' bllnkin' like an owl, in the sunshine i I most dangerous. TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE AND BUGGY CO., Terre Haute; Inl
!" I Those who neglected this precaution
quoted., "But if you won't hear to J
Vnlllefroyos, Jlrre.MaJelaluo reason an' sheer my humble ruff-" Before the'squlro could open his lips would, bo most likely lobe kilted! ; and

Lamalro,the French artists, "Which I won'tl"! obstinately repeated to: answer, a terrible screech' was heard hence, In,the 'lapse of time the natn. RSON'S

:who tent example of tholr brush to, i Miss Sally. up stairs, followed by,the sound.,of, rat survival would make the 'humary 0 C

the International Exposition! at Berlin, ,I "Humble; ruff," went on the squire, heavy footsteps and the banging of a race in general "right-handed," with

' despite "(he protest of certain French Ignoring tho interruption, "then I say door. occasional reversion, of course, by lo tta"

men, are reaping the reward of their you ought to have; your hired man In another minute Hannah came flv- "atavism" to the "left-handed" con p

temerity Their photograph, are to sleep in the bouse. Hannah Higgins big Into tho room, pale' and terror- ditton. The more frequent and'energetio -

be leon in "the show' windows of the ain't no purlectloii, an' you ought to stricken. use of the right limb would ri.nts

capital with thqlegend!t .1 xl osIUon have that hired man sleep inside, as I "Oh, mum," she wailed, "sich a react upon''tbo brain, and bring about P.tt01'4lit !

do,Berlin." "These names," end an said." fright as I've 'ad! I hopened the .: the excessive development of the left p cStrohe.

article in I/Autorlto, "must be nailed "Give my spare room np to the hired porch door to ,hair the bedcloso, as you lobe of that organ, such as now' gen.

'.n the pillar of shame a* those of the man, indeed sniffed Miss Sally, dlsdalnfully. -, bid,me, mum,,when '00 ehould be a-, erally exl t8. Tho left hand should THIS is the machine that
worst Ftenchmen, unworthy to represent "1 shan't-an' that's filltr! lurkin boutside but Mike. An' '0 t be used as much and as often as possible used In the Office,

French art. Theo artists should An besides, there ain't no use, I tell jounced[ right through the door, like a i thus adding strength to both Court-room and for reporting

remain iu Germany., We repudiate' you. I've got bolts and ban, an' Iain't crazy critter, an' hupset me, plllers n'I I mind and body.-St. ,Louis CINCINNATISg

them, bedclose an' hall. An the 'e tore lectures and sermons.
They are worthy of belug1'uIIIn..1t afraid of way .
no burglar that ever __________ Quickest
The Matin and a number walked\ !I" down stairs-a 'urricano is nothink While its speed is greater than any Compartment ,and Pullman Palac

,of ,other journals have printed tho "Oh, very well!1" returned the Im. mum!" and Hannah paused for "Stone of Destiny." other known method, it i is so simple Sleeping Can through without change,
The "Stone of direct _
connection .
Destiny" was a large making
name of tho "unpatriotic" artist lu "A willful want of breath. that any intelligent person can gain a
squire. man must haveIlls La
their most conspicuous column "Are you sure it was Mike?" asked block of stone, concerning which accounts speed of zoo or more words per min- CENTRALUNIONSTe lOUIS
an' I reckon
own way they say, ,
are Very conflicting. According ute; in five or six weeks, without the
-- Miss Sally, doubtfully. I I And the WEST, and with Through carline
it's jest so with a willful woman. But ,
to oue authority it was taken to aid of an instructor. Circulars 'and for
A pew ghoul has made his appear "Assure, as sure, mum r I see 1m t
when you wake up some flue morningand Ireland, from some other place not testimonials sent to All who mention the
ance, discovers the Boston! Transci'Ipt. find your silver spoons gone, meself. But 'ow'o got bout there, an'I, mentioned ,Tnalha Danaan and this paper. fifIWWU NOITHWEST;

This 1* be who unceremoniously thrust ron'll wish you'd a' took offer.1' the door shut an' locked hlutldo, is by im f|
my set up iu Tara The stone was therefore E. T. PIERCE : Tines EIROITBUFFALO
more'n I tell""Whybegan FAYETTE OHIO for
himself upon the mourner and the "When I dud 'em mebbe I can ,
famous for its in Irish nd >
'afflicted, by personal application or by will, Squire Nickajack, but I won't Miss Sally. history, for on it the appearance king of Tara Sole Agent for U. S. arid Canada. and the Eaatn

impertinent correspondence, at the instant before," smiled Mis Sally, But the squire cut her short Only one change of can
enthroned. It removed
of the/ announcement of a deathin And tbo "Stay here-stay here!1"' he cried. were was to
squire took his leave in NEW ORLEANS
Scotland who it In Meridian
by Fergus placed
'the family circle, offering to "001- And leaving the two.women staring ,
high dudgeon. 1 THE TRAVELERS Jackson
Albany, but about the 840, the Vic burg, Points in
loot and mall all the newspaper notices, Miss Sally Sweet bad Inherited the after him, he tore up the stairs with as / AND THE
first definite date in its it
history, was
obituaries, etc., for a ,scrapbook to bo old house,' along with her grandmother's ranch alacrity as one hundred and Jacksonville, Florida.The XV 33 ST.
Scone. In both it
handed down to the family Consideration eighty pounds would allow. removed to places Passengers via this line are afforded at
solid silver from
spoons fulfilled the same purpose that it excellent view of Lookout Mountain and
f 10, or It* equivalent, to watch He soon reappeared, however."There's I
relative lately deceased, and, being served In Taraas throne of tho newly, Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar surrounding Historic Scenery.
the paper for thirty day, etc., with four spoons, Mis* Sally,
blessed with stout nerves, she determined crowned and tradition streets, Jacksonville, Fla. A new brick -
king a concerning
advice, too, in case of need to telegraph safe an' sound!" he chuckled, deposit hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and
to occupy the old homestead it became current that the seat a a RAY, B. E. P..... Agt, Atlanta
at once to a certain address in though it was a rather lonely and ing a sack, which Jingled musically, at J steamboat landings. Especially adapted Oa.
of would abide with it. In to transient buslnets.
empire furnished
her feet. Elegantly D. Pau. Agt,
New Jersey u: S, A. In some case J. MULLANEY, Dlv.
isolated position. "Then Mike wa the burglar, and I 1296 it was captured by Edward L and rooms, single or en suite. Table Chattanooga.D. .
these missives, marked "important"( Mike, the gardener, slept in a snug as good a* the best. This hotel was built, 4 '. .L.
locked him out on the porch myself taken to ;London, where it was placed furnished and a. EDWARDS, O. P. ,
and "personal" hare been thrust operated* a $3.09 a day
upon chamber over tho stable, while Hannah reflected Miss when the the chair. All the CINCINNATI O.
Sally, spoon in coronation sovereigns house; rate are now reduced to $3.00 a
families at the hour of tho funeral, Higgins, the'mald-of-all-work, occupied had been examined and fount to be of England from that lime have day, while the terries i* better than ever. "

wltit'au assurance that is unmatched. a coach in the room along all safe and sound. been enthroned upon it, and a reverence Breakfast from 0 to JB; lunch from 11 :80 THE
-- to 2:SO; dinner from 0:30 to 7:30, This
with her mistress.Ml "I brought 'em back to is entertained for it that Americans
The most careful foreign authorities/ yon, II the only hotel in Jacksonville serving
all the Boston ** Sally wa not nervous woman, though," reminded the squire "So find difficult of comprehension.The regular meals at these hours. All other NEW LEVER SAFETYThe
agree, a"era
that however, and usually slept U soundly, remember your promise, Mil Sally." most ancient legend connected are at least ono hour later. Use the'raveen'
Europe must draw much
larger I with only Hannah Higgins for a companion omnibus, the ticket save 23
Mike made his and declare itto be the
of escape, wa with it stone ou tent each
from this
supplies grain country way..
as if troop of assistants had never beard of in that neighborhoodagain. which Jacob placed Tina head_ when
coming twelve months than usual.
The Itu.slan crop 1 I. so deficient that been within &all. But Mil Sally Sweeting i* lying down to the sleep in which hit BURTON K. BARR8,

But on the very night of her interview the "sqnlre's lady" now, as the wed famous vision occurred.-(Boston 10 Proprietor
grain must be and
imported iu
some I
with the squire, she was awaken. I
took And Hannah
localities famine is threatened The I ding place a year ago. Transcript. .
ed about midnight by a cracking on HIgglns Is still in her service. THE WHOLE FAMILY DEAD.
English crop h promising a little better
the utair -Saturday Night. Proper 'are ,of Shoes. -.
just now than It did one or two She listened but the sound not A Result of
was When you come home with wet feet a Disastrous Chicago -

mouths ago. but England Is always a' repeated, and she soon reasoned her To Cool a Bedroom. don't throw aside your boot to get Fire.

large wheat buyer, and its crop, mo t. self into the belief that she had been If the sleeping room Is warm it may hard and mouldy. Stand them up Fire broke out early Saturday morning

year, can only be used by mixing: with mistaken. be cooled'for a time by wringing large put them lu shape, and then fill them in the three-ctory brick building at 049 PERFECTION of SIMPLICITYand
the dryer wheat from the United I 653 Sedewick street Chicago the upper ECONOMY of POWER.
Nevertheless the took her lamp-- pieces of cotton out of water and with oats, such a* are given to horses.This stories of which .
Bute I were,occupied by a number
wheat crop la deficient which was always left burning-and hanging them before the open windows will, in a few hours- raw all of families as living apartmenta. It 20 CIIAIXfcj. J0' GI %.ns-

and it I* always poor In quality. There into the Ladles Home Journal. resulted in tho death of aaven ,
went out the hall to investigate says the moisture out of the leather, keep- I persons VARIABLE, STROKE, only two set
need be no fear that all the wheat this and fatal injury to another. The deadare
but no one wa in tight. She descended Leave the door open, and a* the air the ,boots ia shape meanwhile and Jo. Dchalk of Revolving Bearings

country can grow, both the present U usual-no burglar wa tobe count through th.'wet cotton it will leaving it soft liD 1 pliable. The oats i five; his eph wife, aged, mechanic forty-two;aged their fortli three- Best File Climbing and.all aroundSafety
and made.D.A.T..TOO"C1":2
year in 1892 will bo wanted at seen.. be cooled. This is a good device for can be used again aud again. This I* I children, Annie, aged fifteen, John. aged
price more than f 1 per 'btuhel. A > reassured sick the I twelve, and James aged eight; Bobbie s mx+.
Completely she retraced cooling a root j can a relic of the day when no, railroads
deficiency 1119 that which Burns, aged fourteen and a woman
; now existswill 'hor step, casually noticing, beforeentering then be wet again and again. Keep I existed and travelling was done under whose name is unknown. WhiG the
maintain CO.
good prices fur two her own room thai the door the gas turned low during the process I: difficulties sad in,weather the present rooms of the Bchalk family were reached H. B. SMITH MACHINE
year, eveu, should the next whea\; eropbe it was found that all were maeonsdooa.
opening onto the veranda WM slightly of undressing, and sleep without alight generation has no conception of.-New SMITHVILLE
large one. The family was smothered, not burned to
note* it U a tiny night lamp.
jar I York Herald. death. The financial loss ia iatignificsat. N. J.



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ALLIANCE TALKS Dnluth or Chicago, awaiting 'a ''cornel on the recent threatened strike .by the' alDIAN; RIVER PROPERTY., 1f7-I 11'" >, : ..11 11I
In the market to be the prey of the spec colored Cotton picker of the touth. Tbe: ( J.': '
these is headed "A Great Mistake"\ aad j jis "
vlatorst You mast expect people article Excellent Bargains in Rear: ,'t
to howl like the "drinker of crime as follows "We lee from the NatioMt Tteaty. ::

NEWS. OF ,THE ORDER FROM.; mentioned by the Prophet Joel or like Alliance, organ of the colored Farmer Estate on Indian Riter, Fla. 't. i -

ALL SECTIONS. Demetrious at. Ephesus and the 'work Alliance of the United States, that Roll![.. ."' 'No 1. The nw | of Ie t of Section 34, OF ALL xrNDS.: .I t' 1''{
of like mentioned t In Humphries General Superintendent, haa. r
men occupation
1 87, sr 87 e-40 acres, on peninsula<< oP'
tha XIX chapter of Acts. Alt the miser, perfected arrangements fur a goner: by countsurveyor } "
Items Melborne pronounced
of Interest to Alliance of the world has been canted by di-obi strike of the colored cotton-pickei' polite to be an; excellent piece of pineapple '* :::1

men Everywhere. dience of the divine injunction 'in tbe throughout the South, to go into effec land. Price. $20 per acre. Ac, BANKVAUL TS

awed it thy face shalt thou eat bread.' on the 12th of this month which was la;' joining land is telling at from $30 to V

The robber, the usurer, the slave holder, Saturday. He advise them to go aboii '
,An exchange aye: We are wetting fo the gambler and the peculator has. it ''and stand firm until the 173. .
peacefully of section 84. t 87 r 40
of to the No. 2. Lot 4 ,
an over production money move < striven to eat their bread la the sweat of demand la i granted. They want $1 per v shore of St. Luc 1 .
of to off the Fronts north
< on
over Jsrwluctioa crops pay e. CONSTRUCTION."f;
other men's faces. At every movement hundred for all cotton they pick. We
of debts and to fee river 7981..100 Here price, $25 per
< ;
over production ,
in favor of the tolling masses the think this a great mistake on the! part i4\
tad c1oLhe.the over production of people' paternalism.\ The first and beat goy. of our colored friends at this tim acre. STEEL RAIL \
No. 8. Lot 4 of sec 25: t iA5 :
ernment the world ever few was the mosrmtornM. I \With cotton selling at '7 and I 8 ;
Beirler Mo) AppMlaa.s: "Farm I 6 -100 acres, half mile front on louth
The (
It was the patriarchial state ia ito I
there is abaulutoly no profit
cent river. Excellent: lane OF IMPROVED ,
en and laboring men in general go to of Abraham and Job." even 60 cent hundred is a big'| shore of St. Lucie > .
and elect the idlers and enemies of > per tf5:
work $ per acre.
labor into'power, who, in turn, go t to OFFICIAL R0LISO, price fully\ equal to the price of tb per' additional 50 cents ,
and WASHINGTON D. C. Sept. 12, 1891. cotton. An lot 8 65 l .IOO acre; Jill : I '
work and enact laws to rob flseci the 'COlt 71 ()-100. acres; r!
ad led to
the very ones who gave them power t<) To whew it may concern: unfired means $1.50 after it is ginned all ia lee 83, t 87, r 40 e. Each lot has I all kinds. of Fire and Burglar Proof Work. N :,r t: t:
of rais the cotton .
do o, and for years the farmer wait e. Owing to the fact that there has bee It lint cotton nir Will selling\ at 10 cent out quarter of a mile front on St. Lucie rive '' ;tl .1)
workers have meekly and uacomplain and i* yet a misunderstanding among a and adjoins the extensive ploo-apple COMPA1'' .. t 4
farmers whrro
Mould be they noi LOCI; 1
ingly submitted to them. great many of our State officers in rear 50 to the plantation of Tyndall & Dyer. Tt DIE O)-D' SAFE ; (
the extra $1 .
to the payment of "per capita dues" by are after adding three lots have a combined routtge Qf ,,1

The Arkansas (Searcy) Economist says"Why the State Alliances to the national, I have c"8t of raising and picking best Tho friend whit three quarters of a mile on very deep" BUTLER.1PI2.OII.II3A. ''"''. .'jI: .
the '
fnrmurs of the South are H
requested the national president to mak situated on the south W. -: :. ,
there should not be pet feet une the colored have. Some of tlier water, and being ;,:: (! "
ntmity of timtiraent between the merchant a ruling! on the subject in answer toque,- people should,. shore of the broad St. Lucle!, are absolutely "
and farmer with regard to flnancia tions asked him covering the whole matter l but have not trentea speaking them the as they bar free from dangerof frost, f 20 per : AGKENT! ; :/ :'Itl :-.

fail to What benefits the which ruling you will find below. t Kcno'ally : negroe acre for these three totem .a body, Or' '
reform we see. where the whites have ) ; .
take tms method of giving each Stat p onretl| pro for either lot lopartelr.This ; STE: i E :E '!r t: ;
latter must benefit the former. Thi notice that the from l Tcd. The negro farmer and the whit 185 per acre 7 S JO AV N El : J
timely delegates QO
prejudice which has arisen should be put! firmer hoth on the same platform is an exceptional V < -
should stand III State Alliance will be seated at the nut are Investment than the amount required I to (Uu'' BROABWAT) t ,
side, and they together tml.iy., They are suffering from the. 1
meeting of the Supreme Council of thi homestead i at
the great battle.for an increase Of thcntrenc7. and the movement now on secure and prove up on a
same cans
." National Farmers Alliance and Industria calculated to remedy the Miami and is not dependent upon prspcctive < .iJt:
foot h not York : i
.% Union, unless the State secretary make t-vils. It is the duty of our white All and perhaps long delayed tail; New City.' '

The .AU anN Echo (Kansas City, Mo.) bia annual report and pays the per capita ance people' to sea that our colored tarn factory traoportatlonlacllitle&. .
says'The farmer pays the taxes. If hi dues'according to the following: ruling have ntt equal chance in life. But I i in I No. 6. Lot 1 of too 80, t 87. r 40. e. 91 smug SlI-J/ Dt :J ': i i.J
J. n. ToftSKB era Lucie ..... l'. V
: south shore of St. : \
lies his neighbors :will tell the anscssof,, taking this tcp the colored Alliancemei 44 1 10 acre, on : .I'l 1

and he Is caught up with, but his brother Secretary National Farmers Alliance and attempt to better their condition river Quarter mile deep water trot a specialty this season of what ., ,i. i ig i l .
Industrial Unlou.
in the city is sent a blank to fill out, and at the of their white brethren $23 per acre. 'ijU1B are making & .
Mr.-Dear Sir and Brother: Replying to expense Lot 8 of 80 187, r 41 e. BN HARNESS. ; t ii
he writes as much or as littlo. as hi Reform shou'd not be in the interest cone t No. e. see we call our PARA .

pleases and swears to it and returns it. four letter' of ,September 1, requestingrulings portion of our farmers at the expenit: Half mile of rivet front, on north ahore Made oft),. FINEST STOCK and the very .. 'J;,
if he his a palace home with costly on two questions concerning the If both white and colors of St. Lucie river. 40 MO acres, at $23 t
furnished finances of the Alliance, I make the de <>f auother. BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harneas % .,
furniture and rooms elegantly better their condition at tbe acre.
farmers per
from cellar to garret worth $25,000: he cisiona which follow: same time can then tho coup-ry nill be better Bargain No. 2, 8, 4, 5 an'dO, contati oannot be bought for less than $26.. ,.I :
gives it in at from 3,000 to $3,000.: ; IIbe Your first question it.: "Will the per for all classes. But lor either color ing in the aggregate 480 61-1UO acre at retail. But we are willing, < i 11'
ol capita dues of the several state alliance sold in body at $15 per act It to wJ J ;\< \ '
ha cash and bonds to the amount to benefit themselves at the expense of will be a In order to Introduce '
he will not return cent Shouldhe For the year 1802 be due and payable 01 throat This is a good chance to make 100 percent 'ONL y. tP' .. .. t. t'tI.
110,000 the Aral day of November 1801 Ot thu other, is simply a family -eu SELL ONE SET fA #0< '
month* t1t
in lea
of money deposited and colored $
have white
a large sum business. If
la the banks he draws it out, takes i a his question I rule jes. My ruling Is ting farmers can by a our united effort, remedy; No. 7. Lot 1 of lee 83, t 87r 40 e, 'to one:peraonaample as a + ,...: \b s :f'
ol "
bused on section two of article seven end lot 9 of same .see, .. <> + :
certificate check and has the cashier hide our financial system, go: better prices for 84 78-100 acres, for o ,.. t" "":: ..
it in his vaults till the assessment the national constitutional constitution,, raise raise the of 81} acres. One is on the north 'and the y ] t
away the products we price ot., '
} ?
which reads as follows: A per capita tai; : thosouth shore of St. Lucie: $16.50. ; 1d : 'r
Is taken. Hence the burden of tat tion farm labor, then all will have an epic other on .\fvoo.V'
male '
of five cents ball bo paid for each of mile p. '
well lot has a a op" $ l'tP '
falls upon the farmer who can't chance to succeed. But as we see- this Eves Each quarter d" : II
evade the law, if he is so disposed, ot member into the national treasury before the by cotton pickers' strike it is a direct' MOT frontage on deep water. $30 per acre 1 In .,} ot \ ( t : .i : : :
classes in the city* who each state organization on or lot*. No reduction if botl110tA f or:, .J
. upon the poorer of each The dues are at farm owner which will coat a Rttadeal separate Irst 6 \
have house and lots that can't be covered day year. andmount to nothing in the eat are taken. O -.4 r.""" .. ,> ;
up." payable in advance under the provision! One thing: is certain. Our farmer cannot No. 8. Lot 8 of seo 24-31 80-100 Icres ",?: ;; <.,1L. 'f

... of section twenty-eight of the statutory afford to $1 per hundred lor half mile front on St. LucIe river: and cL' r 'tJ : I.
awe, which reads as follows"The per pay 86 87 40 e-77 acre.. ? .\o ::9"- \
The Attianct Sentinel (Rogers, Ark.;) cotton picking. Another thing i lot 4 of see t r
say(. There is one 'glaring, monstrous apita dues shall bo five cents, due an-of( certain: Unless both white'' and 'bllCk] also fronting St. Lucie river. $23, po 1 ;q : "
the first -
fact, that the people will not fail to fully nUl\llrln advance on day ': work together: to secure "encrd'and acre for either or both lot. "'pF7J.. tJY ''f '
realize, and that is, that in alt the November with the "last day of grace, equal relict nothing good will come out Ho. 9. Lot 4 of see 23, t, 87, r 40 1 e, ': 7 :, "Jj

kssaults that the opposition make against. February 1 following. of it. We tbink that after proper con 68 10-100 acres, with quarter .mile fronton .
rule ,'rf. \
Your second Question Is t "If vou slderation 'the colored alliancemen will Lucio river excellent land j $21J "
the sub-trensuiy: plan or propod- St. ; "
in the affirmative, will the delegates to ; ,
tion'it has not presented one single line of the Councile see that they ore taking' an improper nm I per acre. '
for the relief of the people. They condemn ha,next meeting if the State secretaries Supreme do not suicidal step in demanding a thing: impossible I Nan 10. Lot 4 of tea 8, t 83, r 41.e, 8 THIS IS ONE OF THE 40 STYLEO'WHICH'WE:=: MAKE : .1

the sub-treasury but otter nothing > eatedl and said and that they will rooon&ldeitho i 84.1001cree, with half milo frontage t 00 ... 0 ; J.If: .
in its ttead. The Alliance ask for the r reports pay per cap plan for a general sirik Wo pro south prong of St. Lucie river opposit III .,
ita due for the 18031" I decide :
l1 .n.
adoption of the sub treasury plan or some year fes to know R. much about the tituntioi and south-westerly from Bro. ... ,
I ... ,
not. I base this decision on sec- oft .. .
hey can '' .
other proposition that bas good for the end about cotton as Superintend plantation; superior:, quality land, "" : "
laws which reads .
I ion \3 of the statutory .. .
people must have relic f, ndtht speedily; follows to,the Humphries[ and we do not hesitate tadviie known as old Indian field and camp *. V '- ra jH

this is a fact that will bo realized by all aa "Delegates Supreme our farmers to leave their colton ground. Trice, $25 per acre. -C'I"' ', :"'1U -'
wilt be entitled
Council not to seats '
the people. The power; of contraction the unless settlement of the national In the fields rather than pay more thai No. 11. 8e J of sw i of seo 8 t 88,1 r &:II: >' ';. ;. ,

baa done its terrible work,'and the peopleare body dues of 0 cents for each male SO cents per hundred to have it picked 41, e, on southside of St Lucio river, two Z 0. 1"1 :a: "" t'

groaning under its oppression, and member per capita has been made b'lhe State secetary The speculators are mainly rospon lbl< hundred yards back from river; excelled S ... )C tI .

they muithave; relief. Therefore, if the the for' the low price of cotton and so is out, pineapple laud Joni. plantation of 0 1 It. t'II'II > "
accompanied by }
subtr-easury plan will not meet the proper financial tyitcm. Strike at the root of Wood. Price $7.50 per acre. : III z' "
of th, national
emergency, gentlemen of the oppotttion: mount money to secre- the dbeue rather than at the top, foi Nan 12. Pineapple land. Lot 9 and >- III en..' "
and State secretaries shall make such
1 other that will be tary this movement i. simply a blow' at the 'of 15 1 87 r40eC: ,tn "-.'
present some plan eiultUnco and on or be.lore n e i of se t coo cC ... < #
; equally a* good in meeting the necessities the 1st report of promptly. tnn. i acres, including .a clearing and field'of III ftI (

1 of the people. Be assured the Alliance Yours day and i 10,000 pineapples out, on north for: No.. 105, STAR GEAR SPINDLE BODY. ." *. : t : 1f;
truly fraternally, "
;:will hold on to the sub-treuury plan L. L. POLK BALMACEDA SUICIDES. of Bt. Lucio river. Price $1,000. Very HATVIUI. woof noun, OR finrmo, > ..'.'. I J'

alga some other plan u good or better President N. F. A. and I. U. little waste laud in the tract.. Built on Honor. Entirely different from Cheap Western> "t. l'" ,

Is present,&" Attest: J, IL TURNER, Secretary The Quondam Chilean Leader- No. 18. Lot 4 of see 14, contalnlo; Work. Llvo .Dealers wanted. Torrltoryslvon'f; ; : ; '
.*. Ends His Life. 35 acres; and Jot 8 of see :88, containing ""I;

o,. FROM LOUISIANA. s'r The New York Herald, of Sunday,, 70 acre tall in 1 80. r 88 e.' Very fioe KINMAN SUREVANr, & LARRABEE1'.1CtRRIiEE ;: J'

A New Orleans dispatch says: Theesll DELAWARE: STATE ALLIAKCB. print a special from Valparaiso,.Chile,, hammock, situati opposite -Mi ceo, on .. .,
of the dlsialisficd members of the The Delaware State Alliance was or- itating that Balmaceda committed cut the peninsula; free from frost. Each lot :
iXD SLl1SH BUILDEft1 {; ti f. ;
} ,
Farmers' Alliance for a third party con.ventloo mixed last week. Officer were elected :Ida Saturday at Argentine legation,, bat quarter of mile river front. Thi .. ? ; 1" .- ,

to meet at Alexandria, October and the Ocala platform was indorsed In Santiago by .hooting himself in theeadwlth < land i. bounded on the north by the recent SEND FOR FULL OATALOC tab. OINCHAMTON, N.' Y. t '

. 2nd, has proved 'a political surprise to ill the following reaolutlon, which was a revolver; The dispatch says purchase of 8. F. Oibba from Jnc i c .
'all. A large element in the alliance were unAnimously adopted: 3almced left Santiago August 29th l in V.Bard. and is about half a mile north of r .

dissatisfied with the LaFayette combine "Resolved, by the Alliance of the State hope of making hi. escape from Chile,, the celebrated place of Smith Bros3ne .-- '" :" ;'

too made by the state alliance with theantilottery of Delaware, in convention assembled, but seeing every avenue of''re-. of the finest bodies of land In tb. : : "' : ;
democrats some weeks ago. tbat they accept and indorse demands rent cut off, returned Septemer ounty, excellently adapted' for the cul LEAD 4; I' '" .
They appealed to President Polk who made by the National Alliance in session > 3d and went direct to the Argentine ;ure of orange., Jeinoot, vegetable olneapplea. WE ARE IN THE'

sided with them and, backed br' thIs at.t Ocala, Fla, in December 1890." legatiou hi. Intention being toKO This place will Dot ttand oi VEHICLES si f| :

decision, they have determined to hold The following resolution were passed ; aboard the vessel Condell, which haipected (;>nrl ooki many day. Speak quick FOR FINE QUALITY AND STYLE OF ,,SPWQ '>-Wi, ::,: |

contention next month and place an amid much enthusiasm j to find In San Antonio bay. Either lot, separate $37.60 per mote, oi THE HOST FOR THE MONET IS OUR MOITO. ,;;'A' : ::'

entire independent state ticket in the 1. The principle of our Order are Jpon arriving there he found the vessel |25 for the whole tracr.No. f :

tfield. This will complicate matters a uoded in the divine wisdom and justice h tad sailed. Bine his return to the Ar 1$. House and lot In, Tltutvllle,,, BEST ONE' OF ;' _.i

,great deal, and will prove a severe blowto of f Ood as set -forth and exemplified fnlife I ;entin legation, in Santiago, Balmtceda at the corner of Palm' and Julia street, ,'

the anti-lottery cause. It will place word, which we acknowledge 'as theooly lad been in an extremely nervous coed adjoining residence of Wm. M. Brown, MATERIAL OUR CATA- : rA:
democratic infallible rule of faith and practice. : 08 and the house ii. .
three tickets in the field- lon. No one, with the exception of the Oompriaea a lot 75 by '
alliance and republican and possibly 2. In this word we are taught to love Irgentine minister and one other man, olliew> style, nicely finished and,good. AND I LOGUESFULLY ',' ,'X.:

four. It will probably hurt the anti- our neighbor u ourselves, to do justice who was devoted to the president, DeW; Gout $1,800( to build. Known aibe "'' ;:; f
lottery people, since it will lose them a .and lo..mercr. We therefore ** noth.ig ere permitted to talk with or even see Iluckabay residence Bottom price WORKMANSHIP :IL:: .- t .

great many farmers, who will go oil in from any man or class that we would ira. Senor UrnburU had a long: talk $1:00. : V '
this third party movement. Dot. willingly grant. We seek no selfish with Balmaced Friday night relative to :, o. 14. Douse and lot corner of Pin LUSTRATESOURUNE 'A

'. .... vantage and uk no special favor the tatter's ideas about the advisability and DeSoto street, just north of the '
8. But we do demand fair play and Martin. WIN *: ..
A KOVEL tCBTItUTB. givIng himself up to the junta Balma- nine of George W. Very large "
Adiertiter which hu equal right for ourselves u farmers, reda went to bed about mid'Igbt.; About lot; small, but well built house, only ; h '
''The Laurens aed while we are willing and ready telbear SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ,.ATTENTION, : ':< 14: ;
been fighting the lub-treasruy bill,-haa 8 o'clock a. m., a pistol hot was heard ni'heJ a few week .go. Cost over : ". '.

been uked to suggest a suotitute, ana our full share of the public burden, In the bedroom assigned to Bilmaeeda.reakleg 300. plastered throughout, and has A SAMPLE JOB WILL CONVINCE! YOU THAT OU'RWORK :-, -. ;. ,f
are not willing:; and will no longer snbmit and Price $400. 'm .,'
the following is given u its plan which we open the door of Balm iced a'* replace chimney. : :
I claimed to be at least "better than the to pay nine-tenths of In.the taxes room. it was found that' he had shot i No. 15. House and lot, fronting on IS THE WORK TO BUT. ..f .V
I Itbe
tub-treasury w "Following nut the demand levied for county and municipal purposes; himself, The body was still warm. Broad street in Titusvllle,* just east of 1 :

of the :Ocala platform let the gov emand. that invested capital, undemortgsges bore wa a gaping wound in the temple. home of W.. It. Knox. Fronts 60 I BRIDGEWATER CARRIAGE CO. :

issue bonds at a reasonable rate and 'tOCkl,which yield leet oa railroad. Two house on the lot; .

'of eminent interest to the extent of 900000.000, a larger and more certain return with THE SOVEREIGN LODGE property now rented to good tenant, at RO.A.NOKID: ;J.

and boy the railroad and telegraph lines. ll'u labor and care than our farms, betaxed IT ptr month. Price, $275-a great t.&r.galn. .

'Then let the government blue a paper exactly u they areat its real value. Of) Odd Fellows Meet In Grand -_ .J ,
demand that the latter .
redeemable in railroad postage 4. We further .No. 10. Fine block of hammock and
currency telegraph toll when collected shall be wisely and ecoimically Encampment. ploe, just north of town park beautiful
or freight or for the benefit of the citi- The second grand encampment
Su4 830 830
the estimated amount ot spent seventy place for residence. by t
limited to and mesaa -.-endlog zenl at l IVK and not to reward favorite of f the sovereign grand lodge of the Indeependent feet. Would make 14 good building

travel, hauling accommodate the population. or professional politicians for political Order of Odd Fellow wa Iota. Mora than half of title block:

likely to bill of a certain denomination irvice. real or Imaginary opened in Masonic Hall In St. Louis, spleDdid oak and magnolia hammock. t
TO illustrate. a
to a government train 5. We are neither a party or partisan, Ho.[ )Monday Grand Treasurer, Isaac Price, $'$0. r ?

co-doctor presented would call for passage tea, but are political to thu extent: That we A. Shepharo, of Philadelphia reported No. 17. Two good building lots, op- "WANT A 'AGON ?"
selection of good, honest andtrue the financial status of the order and
for carrying I bale MOand the cite the Tituivlll public school; ad.ollll.og .
miles or
thirty or men for office, ana we will support munenting upon the figure, said they of 0. E. Dakio ici-
distance property ; IT W.
of cotton a specified say others and especially do we.demand ,lowed an increase In receipt The nave wagons boggles, turrey Web puce j as Hjht,
eat 60
no ; neighborhood. Size by 103 feet. :
The government s
Lauren to Richmond. strong; durable, ityllsh, u beautifully finished u modernized I
such bills Itgil the selection of honest and courageous timber of ialtiatio D*last year i* shown Price, $12$ each. t
should, of course) make and 111our tob 50. The net increase in the manufacture can produce Built on honor by of life "
tender and receive them in payment of mea for senator repreaeotatire i <
all taxes, and Import duties. Gold .ilter State legislature, and men who are United State and Canada during theput of[ seo 17 1 81, a r 89e. containing 144 experience. Honesty I out policy; i prompt shipment our '

and might be kept in cir Imbued with the principle) we advocated twelve month U 87,000. The total acra. Us half mil of river front, on rIlr jptcUtty. We want to know you. Writ us. Cods you
greenback who will unhesitatingly them- membership at present is 673.S39.:: The wild aide of river at bead of Narrow
culation ju-t as they are now a fixed pledge oothlnj. May lead to busman by and by. $end for.our
sel.a to them out if a venue for 18 O.91 is $7,244,327. The below Barber' Bluff. Good
carry juat fringe
atindard of value of each to cataloeue. It U ire to every reader ot this .
been 6. We further declare that, while we rcuoiary benevolence dittributed' wa. of' hammock frost Part marsh. but paper.bamtoo ti '
and to the new currency having reipecti rely. II also referred to tbarowtb Wagon Co., Blnhamon.. Y.
ire- our party preference .000.000. about 100 acres of good land in the tract. N
ascertained 6- we are yet freemen, and not the nave in popularity of the degree ofRebecca Price. $3,000. "BUILT FOR BUSINESS." f. f r rI

Dakota Narngton: Bprinzs 8. of toy party or faction, and we will which BOW number 13,000 No. 19. Tb north 48 acre of lot 1, rI
Fein distiller( a barrel therefore support only such men a* believe 1ad1ea dot the M J ot nw t of see 37. r I
D. "A deposits
)SaYI: warehouse, in our isrindple 1 and are willing to 81 r e. Price. $20 per acre. This Land Ittwo

of and wbiaky receive in certificate a government which is negotiable support them no matter to what party RUN INTO THB WAGON. milt of Eau Grille, juat porth of .' r

a bond. they may be allied. 110ne Creek, and opposite Tropic; about I .(
at Dank as a government
The distiller a borrows what money be 7. That under the head of farmers we three People Killed at a Rail. quarter of mile north of Ooaheo postac .

needs it at a low rate of interest, include and recognize aU who draw their road Crossing High bluff front; deep watt
upon from the Und el to shore. Land 'in ;
directly M
tim vicinity '
and the government take care of J support A processioa of wagon returning from i"1', ;
and tin-
whisky for three yean, during which T We also declare with workingmen oar deep of all e Bogrocaapmeetiii at Liberty, p. U., t&aa 1,1014 within the past year at $79 pcrIIU" ,JS ..,. ''iTTBSOIliB t.
time it substantially increases in value.Meanwhile cere sympathy were; crossing the Richmond pad DanvilU / -,..;T !_ -J
at pubUc classes and we will aid them on every: mile Central WOo 80. Lot 4 of tee 8', t 87, t 41 "
about two beyond
the tilrood
expense looks out sharply for the supposition t wope7occa.ion to secure their right and sad Ga m when the northboneditibale n acre; excellent pineapple land.. : : : : r:
labor we
of illegal distilleries to that the the just reward of their tram came along and stinkS wrt.r" mile root oa St. Loci river 14.101J110g p1 : I
to unite with u*in the support plant tioo of Blawtrt aurinr.The .
tax whea paid fa. burden which fall! uk.f attain- of the wagon containing two aegio .J
an4 the lint of land for eels St. LucLtrn i.
of thai principles oa :j: I
aolely on the oonsnmer. I* this slue omen, a child and a maa. The wagon : 4
legttatioovor note Jtow i* it not better went of theM en4a w.. torn to Ipllot,.,., tbs two women aid at reasonable pn.

that the farmer's wheat i* w a govern .: lid iastaatlf kiUad. and the man sop- Ten oa any of the above, half cub, FOR THIS <
ce ia OB, two t/t the year, atnliatwMt. PAPER t''
ia the iajured. ;
meat wtrvboase awaiting a riM Lout? MISTAKE.llowing poaed.lo be fatally Corr* poa4 with.*. .
market, when la cat of forfeiture it ," i it the eons .' of the /Vt- "iy, the male eICIpe4 with slight ..J'"- UOXMH GUJUM. TitiMvUl. VJa.

coca to the government, which lithe i rjss', ,.,. (awe Pott' paper) rieL
people than that U bee U the elevator at i e"s. :



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6 TIIE ,EAST C01B7VA13VOCATB ypttAY,, OCT., 8, '1891. .

# =--::::
Ul:1t: TBTTCHABD, President; W. B. BAftirrrr, Vice-President ,
EAST COAST ADYOCATE 4- THE TOWN ELEC7ION. fot,6,000copies. ,Ifthereoulity Is ;
4 THE copy.We W. M. BBOWK,Cashier.
save $400 by eenainfitlie workto regret

a 1n K.r JOtmaAL-.YOTD *O n. nrvaL. There Is much weeping, wailing Jacksonville,then if will have tobe fotff 8O'u JC RIVER STATE
orMKirr or tar nrotAS ama AXBlAKB and gnashing of teeth among the done in that eit/,.not: only of matter, and BANK

WORTH etwrloee.Ooiaet : colored population of Titusville, nothing, but the 'unfortunate publisher cacyjn!
and among a large number of will have to pat $24 f air the entirely on (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.) '
Avenue Titusvllle whites well the suddenly' ,honor ': t llrf : capital
i Washington as fact hating Authorized $100,000
We have been'lnformed that lowed.'of
Florida. dawned their. minds
Indian River the upon that bid of the .TitnU:llni01\? waa.lor an of as much, Paid up "capital, $25,000Average
during few neglect -
edition !home. : ,
of deposits
20,000nd number $140,000 I
to their poll tar: for'1889
pay .
PUBLISHED, KVKBT .FMDAT. and 1890 will disqualify them from the county would save $400. The : ,

voting at, the coming municipal As far as the ADVOCATE l is concerned hope of Transacts a General Banking

election. The law provides ,that we cannot recollect having printing the
yftor..................;.WALTZ 8. GRAHAM. the Collector of Revenue shall fur ever been called upon, to bid for reason we' 'Business,

puooiste-Editor&:Manager,:...C.'JLW: AJ.TOJr. nlsh the Supervisor' of Registrationwith such a large number, and if we urging our

a list,of all persons who have were would not do so. We .would not be ,v ., Largest and Oldest Bank on (the Rim
not be party to such unwarranted ed by -.
paid their 'poll tax for the two A
a.sered .i MM Tlla Mall e Tlll Pit.Mm M BecondClut years preceding the election.. Any: extravagance. Ben Franklin, the are, those of DIRECTORS:
of American prompted by JAS.PRircHABn,Vf.B.
greatest philosophers, B"afftTCPrelldeo'
registered voter who attempts to of the National Bank of Jacksonville), J.n.
cast his ballot may be challenged, laid it down as an axiom several; welfare of Jackeonv&e e.ident National Bank of
.is We ), W. B. GIABAK and w. M.
TERMS Invariably In Advance if his name does not appear upon years ago that "nothing cheap people. BKOWH.

Check Postal Order or One and Two Cent this list; and if the party so challenged which you have no use for." Why greater! CORRESPONDENTS.
Po Uge itamps.On Jg unable should an edition of 20,000 be that will be "' Seaboard National Bank of New York and
to produce poll National Bank of Jacksonville.
year.h.......*..... the printed, no matter how cheap theymaybe pamphlet at 20
..........................,.,...:...1.110 tax receipts for two years pro 1'1ITUSVILLE, FLA.
Month had if the
Three W. )Months.*......................>..;.... -JOtagla ceeding the election,which in this county has l no frequently
Copy.........,............a.....:.!!!! *J case would'be for 1889 and 1890, use for more than five thousand? At this
jut to"say Address In U. B.or Canada,PrepaidWe In the winter of 1889, when the strenuous
he will not be allowed to vote. It '
the was supposed that those who were Sub-Tropical exposition-was open, influence : T. MURPHY '
bold onmlvei responsible-
do not '
evinloni of onr corrwpondenM Dot w. claim without poll tax receipts could pro and Brevard county'had' Hercom! ef of the Ea .
tM tight to reject,any communication. the mlesioner'on the ground to distribute tion Co ( .
cure same by tendering pay'ment
Communlcatlonl ublkatiommnethewilteea to the Collector. This theory the pamphlets, the ,edition pf. build the'' '
plalnl1 on nne ,Iill of the paper only and
in every u be IIOOOmpaoled \1 the is'a delusion, however, for the law 6,000.was ample; an-d: .although : Titusville Machine
HJrtttr''. ad'dreMnotnecwjarly for' a great many were distributed at I na is much
njobllcatlon,but u a guarantee good provides that the receipt must be
obtained at least thirty days before the Sub-Tropical, in Jacksonville, purpose..
election; and as that event will and two years' have passed, away if it should .

ADVERTISING BATE occur on the 26th pf the present I since then, the edition $5,000 is siderable m ; ,And Iron Works
rn TLUo .not yet quite exhausted. boat .here
month, it Ii too late in the day for

One lneh,........../............. $ payment at this time to be of An edition of-6,000 was published pay to cboo :
,.......... ............. 15.00 any in the
Two Inch 1887 first of the lieve the
Three Inch...,......*............. 20.00 avail for the coming election.As year ENGINES AND MACHINERY OF ALL: KINDS
J'oorlnch,...:..'................. 11I.00 the matter stands we Sub-Tropical, and, ,IMJ: Wingood thatwill be ; .
....... KM row ,
Fire Half Column.Inch,or.Qoarte1'COI...........i.........K'SJ are l Satisfied, from a glance at the distributed the pamphlets to every circulated! Made and '
.. ..... ........100.00 Repaired.
Whole Column, M ; ]list in the hands of S. F. Gray, that one met during his engagementas T.itusville,

To Sir Months,divide the ;yearly fats by two duly qualified voters at the Titus' the representative from Brevard ing for the
Md add 10 per cent. villa town electron will not be very county, who evinced any.interest'in them, and PUMPS PIPING &: SUCTION;

Tot Three Months divide the yearly rate by numerous. Instead of polling this section, and yet Mr. Wager have any ,

.knr,and add SO per centi. about 125' votes, as usual, it is will tell the Honorable'Board' doing the For Phosphate Drod.gI.D.g.:

local Advertisements 'Ten Cents Per Line doubtful the entire number cast hundreds of the pamphlets re. by ,

Baeu Insertion. will. reach half a hundred. malned In his establishment, ,takIng merchants OFFICE & WORKS:

not in "Local! }if. There is about up room, covered with dust Let the
raid Beading Matter, nothing peculiar
alamni,Five Cents Per Line Each Insertion. the state of affairs we have outlined and cobwebs, and that finally, when the county, 131 & 136, East Bay Street. Jacksonville Fla.
he could not afford to give them homo and ,
above ,
legal Advertisements st Legal Rates. as existing at Titus I
i free storage, they were used'se vertisers will
vine, for at a recent election held
Alt the above rates are for one edition perk
at Kissimmee, on the very Important fuel. make up for 17. B. TIIRASIIER.
An edition of 5,000 would be am- home and
g-Merchant and ell other to whom we are question of whether or not the
pie at this time. It was never contemplated &
Indebted wlil oblige n*by presenting their bill town should be bonded, the entire Thrasher' .
the at of every month for prompt settlement.fT" ., vote polled in that populous placewas to publish a 'pamphlet ,
for broadcast .
Bill collected monthly,U not otherwlM only sixty.three, if we recollect distribution throughout
country. The ideawa a. to
Creed rightly. saOKERS:
compile containing
something reliable
Check,eto., be made payable to "Graham After all, we do not think the
may in .
A Walton." town wllllufl'er any material injury information regard, toBre The: State
vard 'county under a.uthor1ty'of phate men Commission & Distribubng'Merchants
on account of the large number
of citizens who will be disfranchised the county: government:: to be sent to consider ,

Addm all communications, to I at the'coming election,. for to people contemplate making rotectlng, BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, their home in Florida
what the vote lack in quanti.tymaybe to' people hig it more "
may who f, P. O. Box,761.
Trrpaviu.B:, FLORIDA. were sufficientlyinterested in phate men
made in quality.
r.anox.44. the matter to'write for a copy, and tion similar "
There will be little
for Jhe various very offices competition outside enclose a stamp for, postage. The -by the time AND PINEAPPLES :
Farmer: Alliance.. of that of Clerk and Treaeur postmaster at> Titusville' receives their product .
several letters Va'ch wee>from such of the! SPECIALTY. .

TitusviUe meets regularly Lodge of on the the Fanners first and alBanoa er flee, and is concerned as far as,that either particular candidate of., people, and thofte.a!a(;'other points? they hive; ments of aU kinds of Fruits, Vegetables! and Produce'Solicited.! .

third Saturday of each month at the if elected will fill it with' ability oVthe.river no doirht'alsongQffivenumerous yet herd .- LIBERAL'ADVANCES: MADE.. PROMPT RETURNS/: '
Court House. Visiting members of. the and satisfaction. As forothe inquiries!, from 'people taken, at : National Dan of the State of Florida;; W.n. Sharpe, Sharpest" T,'V.
order are Invited to attend. lion of whether we shall have ques a who are a11YtoUirtogleafi informal; but if the Moore, Eden;,Wella & Sons, Plant City, eta 12jnn

stock ordinance, that may be con. tion in regard to'tbe Indian River i bine and h'.J.

p A- DPI.Indian sidered safe, for those who are qualified country. It'd., 'inquirers'"of harborat; TE.OPICALTRUNKLINEJacksonville :
: this kind that the pamphlet'shouldbe influence with
to vote embrace the majorityof distributed. .' ., cnre >n Tampa $ Key West System..
River No. 00 Free and '
Lodge, our best citizens and property ? "" they
Accepted Masons hold their meetings Our real estate dealers could'a1. port
owners, and it will be left to this lars per ton on
on the FBTDAT on or before Full Moon, ,leave Jacksonville,via J..T.&: K. W.,8:60 a.m., dally"except: Sunday 1205 dally
at70p. n> in Masonic Hall, in the Indian class to settle the question accord. so. use a great many copies, by over any route except Sunday. Arrive 5:30 a. m.,l2: p.m.,':10 p.m. '
sending them to the ent. The leave Jackaonvllle,via Eau Coat Line, tM a.m, dailyi 40
River Mate Bank. building, TitusYlalthtg ing to their best Judgment; and many prospective outlet on the except Sunda,. Arrive 1I d0 a.m..I:4 0 p.m. p.m.' Bandar only
vWe. on a matter of the kind referredto settlers with whom. they are In the mines. *leave TUuiville north bound.00 a-m.,dally except Sunday. t
arrive Tltnavule,south bound,840 '
brethren p.m. dally except Sunday. '
are cordially invited correspondence
to attend. ; it is better to have it settled by ble point.-

WALTER GRAHAM,W. M. i the tax payers and property owners I Taking the bid of the Star,'(676 ,Tampa are too far and River 'Sten; bon"t Co.

JOSEPH MENDELL, Secrety who are the greatelt'sufl'erers for 5,000 is about seven cents,per through
from the meanderings and depredations copy. If our real estate agents ing pass five

df stock, than by a class of are willing to pay three cents per traversing a
voters who evade the payment of copy postage to send the pamphlets l ing very high

IT is reported from Tallahagsee poll tax, and are not subject to as. where they will do good, we think The,money
that the year
Secretary of State has
re. sessment of kind the could afford to
county eev-
any except, per. pay would pay for ,
fused .
to attach his seal to the
commission haps, for road duty. en cents for their publication, 'esneeiallv -< road to that
of the Governor, appoint when the Collector tuxes its harbor, to
Ing Congressman Davidson to tbo- advantalle
each land agent sum Of $22.60 -
the seat of Senator Call In the Sen. THE COUNTY PAMPHLET South Florida, ;' .
for a license to do business. It has classes of traffic. L.*v. TltiuTDl at Dirty ,
ate. It IB rumored that the custodian AGAIN. been claimed that the passenger dian River Going.'T: North.leave Mondays Wedm-St,and blriJa. ;),'msJ.iolg Sunday connection for Melbourne for and.JupIter.Wl1
of the great seal of the State department of the J., T. & K.W. handsomely for I 1:00. p.m..TueedayS,'Thundays at and 3:00 Satu p.da m.,s.dr.lJ1 m' LIr except; coaoMCtlou Sunday for for Tltuevi TlCanlUe.

has announced rather his. willingness to Our article of last week on this Ry. Co. claim they could distribute dends to put could this be Showing OIIIce.o,time Jackionvllle at ltaclonl.ria.not named sbove.and l'Ua.Altl,taus.lto., apply W local'
to jail than become
go a
par. of the I
10,000 from
copies pamphlet General
created Manager.
subject considerable inter O. D.
tj to the outrageous attempt to de. ACKXBIY. Gen. Pass.A-"
prive Senator Call of his well won est, and many of our best citizens their office. We have no doubt We want W.L.CRA.WrORD. BnpU East Coast Ha... I S'-S'Aupatla.
they could but would they be hand.
victory. And If we know the lion. have thought fit to express to us, croupcan be
freely, their approval of our views. ed to people of' the proper class? never appears
John L. Crawford as we think we first & JUST RECEIVED
do-if he Is the noble old Romanwe We,have been informed, durjng the thousand Would the great bulk of distributed the ten child symptom appears ; Cypress Lumber ,

think him to be-he will past few days, that it is not yet copies cold may have
eut Intention. carry definitely settled that the work is through, that medium do any more ness from the BINDS
I to be done in Jacksonville, and are good than if they were dumped out culiar rough ROUGH OR DRESSED. AT

told that no contract for the work in the river channel? This is pure. to followed act Is when by Lath Orange Pine-
ly a matter of opinion, and for our. ,
Iris has
again reported that work as yet been awarded. In view hoarse; a .few
will be commenced on the new rail of this statement, and the fact that I.selves, we don't believe they would. Cough Remedy & Vegetable Packages. F. C. Allen'sCEORCIANA

road from Oviedo to Coquina in the Honorable Board, having taken There is no doubt an edition of Even after a

the sear future. We sincerely the matter in charge, will take definite 6,000 copies would be all the j. c un. this the disease remedy may as par:-!ea who contemplate

trust that the statement is well action at their regular meet. ty could use to advantage; and 'we :piton alt Gray. : call on, or address us. Drill

founded If this, road is to be ing next Monday, and in order that believe) Messrs. ,Wingood Faddison Spriags. FLA.,

Lull, However, we cannot see, as it the question may be discussed in. and A. L. Hatch,, gentlemen who y filled

would cost but very little more, telllgently, we think it properat have had experience on the .subject & Landers '

why it is not constructed with a this time to throw a little more in former years, will ,agree. EQUITABLE P. O., THE SPRINGS, FLA 200' DOZ '

view of touching Titusville.' As a light on the subject, especially with us; and we must conclude ; Agent, Tropic, fla. .

matter of fact, the Titusville merchants .! when we bear in mind that two of that if an edition of 20,000 is pub. I8&npaao -

pay forty thousand dollars the members of the Board came into i Ush.ed,.uooo will be thrown, away. JELLY GLASSES

per year for incoming freights, and office only a few months, ago,and And to get such a number just because Announcement. ,

surely would pay a railway com.JaDJ' .' know little about former issues of they can be had cheap would Of the .

to go a few miles out of the the pamphlet; and as .it II fully two be false economy. TrrrsvrxxK, Sept.24, 1891. .

way to reach the business of a town years since the last edition was issued We do.not know what the county ,77U largest, B. ARCHIBALD, beg to

which amounts to such a hand. the older members of the can get an edition of ten thousand one Co. i myself a Candidate for eo D.

aome- figure. Before construction Board may be a little rusty.on the copies printed for at Jacksonville of Town Clerk of TitnsviDe, .

Ja begun, we suggest that the man. subject I ; but we do know that number The. American discharge will devote of the my duties beat of ener the MASON'S .

stern of the new line consider the It has been claimed by an officer can be printed in Titusville for less

advisability of taking in Titusville of the Board that the county would .than $700;' and as we figure the HJUTBT B. ABCHIB.LI.P. ," IMPROVED

la their route from Oviedo to Bock. save $.00 by having the work done job the paper alone will cost at Write the Beat ,

ledge,and that our leading business at Jacksonville We disputed this least $300.' Seven.cents each for a Initiation Aueime&U.MAXAGER FM.. JARS

a uii consider whether it would be statement, and replied It such was book containing over eighty page for Marshal ,

worth while for a committee to be the case the Timtt.Union must teems reasonable enough, especially -' PINTS QUARTS.
.4.. ::
appointed to impress the directors have agreed to do the work with. when at least $%.00 wfllJ, rOifc .. : myself as a sand
of the new line with the advantageet out pay; and donate f 24 'to' the bed from the saleof, ;advertising for the office of X.... -

touching Titusville with their county treasury; for the bid of the space, leaving the jet'etyt to .the 1ts for at the coming to.B.A.CIXCU.

nflxoad. Start as. we recollect it, .,;al .|376 county less 'thaar: llvd:!: ntBj>*r,_..C.-- ". r4- & -.' '. I Send.In jour orders... (at once.

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88ang3m Proprietor. FOR Dissolution of Partnership! BC&IL ,OLMSTEAD, RIVER LUMBER I I
COJ.i; I !
ftTOTICi:IS ITEHRBT GIVEN to whom may V' !
Wines & l\_ concern that rartnenhlp heretofore: The Pioneer, Dealer In .<
In Spirits feting between J.P. Turner. and J.E.Ender '
Bargain Orange under the firm name of J E. Ender & Co., baa F
Grove.We been dlmmlved this day, by mutual consent. Notice GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Incorporated; : .F b. Q8, :1891.: \ ; i
Is hereby given to all debtor and creditorsof : ,f(
offer a bearing grove of 500 treesIn the late firm of J. E. Ender A Co.,that all liabilities R. RANSON Manager. .i !
CIy: Point hammock. Crop coming Beer's and debts of the said firm have been a..- Eau Gallie. . :" r't tl ));*.-'I'
Twelve fmmed by J. P. Turner, to whom all accounts !
eMon, abont 500 bo> to lie Wltneo
are paid. onr FL'Ar
I keep in Stock .a Choice variety of TITUSVILLE ,
excellent land. Three hundred feet
of Tltnsville this 27th day of August, A..n. 1891. ; ;; K95! ;

front on river, and running back quarterof CIGARS, ETC J.r.Trmia-m. .GROCERIES, HARDWARE, ,',:" ',,'",' .. ,ft*. 1'I I
a mile. Same amount of front on set J.E EKDCB. CROCKERY: TOILET ARTICLES ETC FRAMED TO ORDER. *;
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road. New house four OF THE FINEST QUALITY : ': -'Wtf.r. ; !
county ; large ,
And will Sell as Low as the I. west. MIXED for and ''F"J;:' iHv i M *"'li
room, sealed; with hall and porch;; HARRISON BROTHERS'! PAINTS, unequalled beauty lasting ; / ,
TO *
kitchen! dairy, large. cement cistern, Master's Sale.UNDER Call and examine my Stock. 18 qualities. Color Cards and prices on application '' 'A*t 'jv i .\"/ "'."1 I "J
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barn, good springs" of water, a variety Losley .& Renaker. AND BT VIRTUE OF a final decree Agency for the ""'...moter," the b *Wind Engine mail. ill:. j',+ (I' t'
shrubbery. The improvements alone 1
and sale Issuing out of and ;. V. ,
are worth the price asked. A'great bar Families Supplied. nnder the seal of the Circuit Court of the HODGES & GODFREY \ :

gain.! Price, >$5,750.: Tth yard Judicial county,Circuit In Chancery of Florida, in and In a for certain Bre GEORGE F. DUREN., ARTHUR T. FEASTER. ; :' r' 't' :: ";: U,luri

Write for particulars to Proclamation.NOTICE cause therein pending elttlngi Jacob Manufacturers of 3'CeE \.' .

80tf BOBBINS GRAHAM, Titusville. Is complainant,and lleo Clement and Hasty AT OO :F'E E .
Clements, bin wife, are defendants said decree ? :;r5 : t fjt
IS HEREBY GIVEN: That the an being nniler date of August 1Mb, 1891, I will, on Yellow Pine Lumber ,
elwtlon of the officer of the town oTitns the first Monday In October,the same being the THE OLD, RELIABLE ,. 1 \, 4, iy' '. t r
Eau 'Gallic.Mr. villa,will he held at the Court HOUR 5th day of the month,and a legal sale day sell, ROUGU' ; : '
In Titnsvllla, on the !Seth day of October, A. D between the legal hours of III&le. In front of the DBESSED, MA'RItET'.f'. :' ;
1891, the same being the fourth Monday,to elect Court House door, in Tltnsville,Hrevard county, Orange. Hot Heeds, MEAT ,"" -(1'I\ I-
II. R. QlmsteacThng' been appointed one Major, one Clerk and Treasurer one Mar- Florida,the following described property, to- Fruit Vegetable Crates. \. ,'>( }
thai and Collector,and one Assessor of Taxed, wit t lot 87 of Indian River City, according to lumber delivered at any part of Indian Riveron We have also selected stock of )'I, ", .. "' '
large .
Agent at the transfer station,near the the foregoing; officer to hold office for the term the map thereof now on file' In the Clerk' office through bill of lading. Anyone contemplating carefully a \ '',' < ., ; '
dry dock.for the L R. S. Co. of one year) and three Aldermen to hold office of Brevard county, being In lot I of section S3, building on the Kant Coast would do wall| to G-R.OO..I.i..I'C T"mS ,, : 1 '. t. \ t :1.1 -
for two yean neztauereedingthelrelectlonanduntil township:M, south of range M vast,and described writ*for nrlces. The Bawm0lle\ sltnstert on the ; .1 \' I. ,_ "
y,. ;. T. Snell has returned from An- their successors in office are elected aDd by meets and bounds as follow i Beginning J:,T.A K.W. By,a n.l1qaouth Of 1'alatka.t. ,"
'AndcarrylnBeaaonavarietrot \
kona, where he went to purchase another qualified.By 824 feet north and IIlI8 feet east of the sootli- Aeenksi CooaB Still Eau Call Is, : P ; .
direction of the Town Council, the west corner of the northeast quarter of section g) KurntJlralnl't'll. '
question Pres 'hrL'LL dtbXXXX ;
team of mules' He tiow has two of pawing a stock ordinance will IK iub 33, township 84, south of range 36 eaxt; run Vege'tab1es., :'t i 'A t1 1 ;

teams busy an the time, hauling wood, mltted to the people,and notice U hereby give thence north 150 feet; thenoe east 300 feet) Satstinia nights, Putnam. co.,Fla. "CREAMERY BUTTER Ice : "
clearing land etc. that said. question shall be decided at.Bald election. thence south ISO feet; thane west 800) feet to oct-Cmo on .a specialty.A ; :, .y J .
All those In favor of prohibiting mule the place of beginning or so much thereof a* ; *i -
It II 1 reported that work will begin at and hone! rnnnlnr at large will vote FOR shall be sufficient to satisfy the amount of aid full line of,best brand of CANNED GOODS. ,>: \ '. i ll : .
the. STOCK ORDINANCE. All thoM In favor of decree and cost Terms,ash ORLANDO NURSERY Orders delivered at private residences and at the steamboat landings and railway-: '.' : .'
once on new store .buildingto'be allowing horw and mules to run at large' will J.TCBHKB, ,
depot.' Meat from 0 to 8 o'clock. ; yt
erected by Mr.; Wm Treutler, opposite vote "AGAINST STOCK ORDINANCE.' J. T. Special Master. department opens on Sundays : "

the dry dock,.and will be pushed to com Sander,Howell Titus, Henry Egger( are hereby Boaam A GRAHAM, JAS. MOTT, prop'r, .' 'h .
fast skillful workmen appointed Judges of said election and C. A. Solicitors for Complainant 46t
pletion as as can ;
Gardner clerk thereof. Foil. to be open from "-"'OllLANDO FLA. Professional Cards. J. M. Sanders : Jr t
accomplish a task of these1 dimensions.The } !:
even tin p. m. .. I T
lumber Is on the ground. Given under my hand and seal this, the 14th -" WAtvaaB.OnAnAx. ,' .
day,et September A. 1) I8W. Town Ordinance.An ', OCOBOB X. hoBBIKS. Dealer :'e V,
There Is talk of making a public rood Drat;.B. WILSON, [Seal.1T Orange Trees, 1

from this place to Lake Washington: on "St __ __Mayor.Master's ___. Ordinance to amend an Ordinance mol *. Cetnbn Trees, T>ODBINS <& GRAHAM DRY GOODS NOTIONS .
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the shore of which there is to be a clubhouse titled "An Ordinanct for 11&4 Ancirmentand f i "T-- Grape Fruit Trees -, : r

built, for the accommodation'( of Sale.' Collection of Ketenuefor the town of 'Cailey Guaras.Tahiti ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, ',
parties wishing to spend a few flay, fishing AND BY VIRTUE OP A FINAL TttuttiUf, Florida:" CROCKERY, nCw '. .
Limes Co.
UNDER LeConle and Kelfer: Brflvard Florida.P. \
of foreclosure and tale TITUBVILLEI "
Issuing out ..
and hunting on thht large and beau- IT ORDAINED the Town Council of SADDLERY,' '. x.
tiful body of water. the Seventh of and under Judicial the Circuit seal of the of Circuit Florida,Court In and of BE the Town of Tltnsville by t Pears, Peach and Persimmon 1 Trees, O.&1t.1IIO. STATIONERY .. '., j' 't:
for Hrevanl county In Chancery sitting, In a certain Sic I. Dealers la spirituous, vinous or1 Niagara Grvpe Vines; Will practice in all th*counties of the Seventh :
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John McAllister and his workmen have case wherein Mary M. Wilbur, by Walter 8. malt liquor sha'l pay license. tax of Two Hun I Circuit and In the Supreme Court. Special facilities FAMILY MEDICINES, \' .' .- '', ,
returned to Sebastian where he has font Graham, her next friend and Sidney Wilbur, dred and Fifty Dolinr for each place of business : I for Examining sad Perfecting Land SEEDS.'i. r'' I : '
wells before for her husband are complainant, and James T | and dealer pay!131 he same and receiving I We Lead In.. General LIne of Nursery I Titles. Correspondence solicited from Claim GARDEN i" .{.
to sink
more leaving Sander as trustee, and James T. Sanders and a license therefor aiuiibe authorized to sell Bto !k. TaugfimoAltree's I ant and Heirs\o Spanish,,Grants. I CHOICE GROCERIES, r Ki Ji: 1. l l:
down river Eau Oallle has vinous ml\lt
points. more Truths Sackett as executor,and John W.Bark spirituous 01 ligro'-eoranyofaaoh '. ; '
liquors,provided that inch authority, given by Honey to Loan. I HAY CORN MAPE& FERTILIZERS <, .' ,," :1'
flowing wells ((23)) within a radius of two ett,Telitha Sackett, Glen Strohm and Robert A.I ..t / ;
virtue of such license shall conflict with
miles than any other point on the river, Hardee are defendant i said decree being under any of the State lawn,, or provision not of such General Supply Store I FINE PATENT FLOUR. >'; (, '. "'
date of <
July:24th 1811r, will, on the first Mon D. L. UtrLDEX, J. T. BAXDBBA, : ;
and down all of '
McAllister put them. laWl' bnt the provision for the sale of "{.
In November, the same being a legal sale Ooooci ,
day In these ordinance shall b* the same as hose Notary. Attorney for Board County F1orl.d.a.: ,\, } I .11 ;:
NEMO. and the second day of the month A. D1RH1 I* the plans to 8U What You Don't Want and ;.': f .
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In law.
the But
between the legal hours of sale andlnfrnntof Comml..lonen.GAULDEN' .
i i the, court house door In ftusvhle. Florida, B.0.5. All dentist and lawyer practicing Buy What You po. : .a ;: \ '
sell the following described propertywltJ their professions. the town ot TUnsvlU* shall HARDWARE, Paints'Olle, Farming Imple SANDERS, s. ''Rogers: i';: C,. .. '
Dlg't. > nce.. S All of the sontb-west quarter jof section one, pay a of Five Dollars." Acy person meats;Bunder Material)tU.Ica1ln.trumenti. w ; ,. "J'I ,: :' .

\,4" township twenty-two, south of range thirty-six or the penoni business or firm bat shall carry on or co duct FURNrrURX and tbs New PROCESS VAPOR DEALER IN' CLOTHING' ':' : ..,
or professions above mentioned In
cant,excepting the north quarter of the north ATTORNEYS;'AT.LAW \ ,
There will be a dance at Travis' Hall: half of said south-west quarter, which contain this ordinance, without first obo..l.ll... a teenetherefor wroTE,which I*.death to all others. i Gents. "
shall,upon conviction be pu *bed by i Famishing Goods Shoes Hits 'i
Cocoa Friday night Oct. Oth 1801. tntYIICI'II'J and U known a* the property of ; :
on ,
George W..orlon. The balance of said southwest a fine of not less than the amount of IBB license Will practice In all Ute Courts, of ,MM 8UU ; ,,
Everybody respectfully Invited to attend. quarter,less the exception: mentioned,contains required, foreach offense. . of Florida,and th United Btates Courts. 'Caps, Umbrellas Trunks Yallstt) '. '
Dancing commences at 8SJO o'clock, sun one hundred and forty acres, or so much SBO. 8. All ordinance and parts bt otd1Jnanoee I ., : "

time '<' thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy the ordinance In conflict with the provision of this 1'.O.Box,235. TTrU8VlUX-FLA. I FINE CIGARS, Eto. '
are hereby repealed. Thlaordioano
amount of said decree and cost All of salt
J. D. GnrrnER, 1II. land U situated In the settlement known a* shall go Into effect Immediately upon being approved ; : The only house In town making a specialty "

T. LAROU8SELIERK, 1 M Heath, on Banana creek In Brevard county, by the Mayor. Passed August 87th,18U1. .. (J Money to Loan. UTITPS of Gents. Furnishing Goods. *, *, .' 'r! l,{
Florida A considerable portion of the aboT Attetltl'J.W.Rooru, 8.H.RAV, "
L.S.AxnnnwsFloor' mgr. \\Q described land 1* hammock. Terms of sale, Town Clerk. Chairman, I, Drop in and examine my stock, and / ,
:E. Co JOR1i BOS.. ', .. ..'J '. : A" rovedAugn.t97th,..1 9t. 't l's'v ; .. compare prices. Cash customers .'If
com- .
r tr J-* J lees.. Jpp.calaMaster.Master'a .R. Irlleoli'tdf; 1'r. .FIowEtd ,: maud ..;( (', ;

"Carpenters "' every consideration: competitor : ':; -" ; ""',,, .. ;,!.... .' ,,'
Wanted 'In Florida ATTORNEYAT.L.AWr: claim tooonler.'f, :. .. ..,,, :
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Call /
Notice. Will practice In all the courts ot the Tth jqdk when convenient. First door, ''ji:' : ,; ,.}:-: ,; :
To examine' the Gage Self-Setting clal circuit. south of ADVOCATM office '"* :
plane. It works better,easier and quicker In the Circuit Conrl of the Fifth Judicial John T.Huntington, .' Notary in Offlo ,k'I'i': : }::"f.11'.:
; saves time, money and hard work. Circuit of the United State, Northern Helen M.Fowler VI!. t* admln- 1". 11r .. .. .!;!' : 't. I
Can be set In five seconds. Changedfrom Dittrict of Florida. In Chancery: Btratrlx of the estate of .J ,DIXON & .GR4-'V' '. ... :" '':: ; :
James II. Fowler, deceased, In Ute Circuit I 1 ,. ,
double to single iron In two sec .', '," ( p ,' .
ond. If your dealer don't keep It, send Frederick VS.Taylor of and said Sarah deceased Ml'owlerwidow and Lewis Court oft Circuit.b*Tth Judicial of DR. M.' D. L. DODSON, Dealer in :. '1 '
to 8. B. nnbbard A Co., of Jacksonville Stephen Ryder Thomas Frederick Fowler, George Floilda. la and for Drugs, Chemicals Perfomeryt Toilet
Fla. It Is easier to get them from them, frank Bell Edwin Dunn W. Fowler,Joseph H.Fow. re"d;: county,A. f r-

arid there will be 1 le.a freight to Thomas Reed, John O.Xogers let and Edraond P. Fowler D.1991. In Chan.c SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE SURGICAL Articles Fine Soaps Stationery x '
pay Minor 8. Jones, heir of James II. Fowler, ry. '. _. 41
than to send to Vlneland. We will gladly Robert H.Jones.and Daniel NOTICE OF deceased and I>, I. Gaul- .-- JEWELRY; '.' tee'\.. .'
give information wanted. Gage Bowen Albert M. den Guardian ad lltem ofsaid A. MECHANICAL DENTISTRY l;
Tool Co.any Vlneland K. J. 0* Thrasher, Julius A.HaylIUBTER 8 8.4.LBden Joseph and Edmond Hear what Ute people, say about. this stoves SPECTACLES ASEWING ("'Pa: J t r i\t\t"::: '
; ,Jr., John P. MaOorern fowler. L .
pear Blr-W*eblertullyte.ttf'tothe TTTUSVILLE, FLORIDA.TTR. MACHINES.eti''t Y.'
Oliver Starkweath Affidavit having been made by the 6f 'ifit. "
er, William B.Fitch.Aaron the Complainant, Geo. M. Robbin. agent aiUnl a<>M' qualKles or the Hew Process Guns Pistols .. ". \ "" !
that, In his Ono :am We bar had Sewing Machines and. ;; ; !t" >}
Adams,John J. 8'.o"e" on. over six .
Howe belief the defendant
H. Fowler
Joseph and "
montJis,add eannotpolnt to B. L. WILLS Machinery Repaired. Watches Clock ( "r't :
Charles Uurllng ,Henry Edmond P.Fowler,are non-resident of the State a single ,. '':ft-l''.
If*, and Nathan Pern. of Florida. but reside within the United Btates. Jorl.y..ll11/R.0. A M.A. rtmpuur.J and Jewelry a Specialty ,. ?s'. \.' .1 '
-UDder and by virtue of a final decree of foreclosure and that the said defendant are under the ace Titusville. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.A School Docks and School \U:', : '
and sale made and rendered la Supplies.. r ,
Daisy Dickinson is proving herself open of 21 years and a gnat saving of gasoline In the New ..
court by the Hon.Charles Bwayne, judge of theoald It Is therefore ordered that the aid defendants Process over the old. It in graduate of the University of'Ponn- Subscriptions taken at publisher's prices I." "
quite an equestrian, by her fearless. .I court,on the 3rd day of June,lfc'1,in a case Edmond P Fowler and Jame If. Fowler, BUM of wonder,and. delight.keejx me a perpetual sylranla, and an experience, of twenty for Newspapers, Books, Magazines, etc. )
and In the said court depending in chancery wberen be and
hereby ,
graceful riding. they are required through their
I Frederick F.Taylor is complainant and 8t*> Guardian ad lltein appointed herein, to answeror Tltnsville Un. Sidney Wilbur.' yean In practice, offers his services to Prescription carefully compounded ai ; .'
May Bth, 18U1. ,
Mr. C. Brown is the champion'rattle- i ihen Ryder and other* are defendants, and tome demur to complainant's bill of complaint beor the citizens of Titusville and vicinity anytime, day or,night. ,. I t"'" ,,;
directed as special master, I shall sell to the the 2nd day of November, A. I> ( I am delighted with the New Prooes Vapor \\I "
make killer of Aurantia. Ills latent was or ( ; \ : :
and best bidder fur cash, on Monday, OFFICES: OVER J. w. BOOEIIA co. _
oonfeuesh ;
highest complainant's bill will b* taken a* Btov* It I* more. {ban X*.zpected.TJtuvUI \ F n : ,1
111 eight-footer, having thirteen rattles. the 2nd day of November, 1801, (that being the i It Ia further ordered publication of this 101.... *. *. Wiley. 1'. ..". ., y...
Who can beat this record egal sal day of said mouth),between the boon order b* made in the EAST COAT ADVOCATE, ,)'la.>May 5th,1551. 13 RUE P ELY Drugs, : .ir. : '
I ont ..m.and'p.m..In front of the court house published atTlhuvilleDrorardcounty.Florida, LA "
I There are several orange trees in bloom door, In the city of Jacksonville,in the said district one a was for four consecutive weeks. ; h
I the estate occurrenceat I ,the following described property. to-wlti Don and ordered at the Clerks JUSTICE:: OWTHE PEACE 17TB DIST ; f. .
] on Quimby -a rate ,
and those certain parcels and :
All singular
at .
rBeal ar 3k.ilet : i
this season of the year. Anrantia' tracts of land situated, lying and being in the I Clerk County Florida,this llnhBre' of Noe.. Notary Public for the State at Larg .
need now take no back scat. She has county of Brevard and elate of I'lortdaand described { ) September,A.D. MM. Contractor and Builder of o"e.1O year' tip*. '' : : 1
as follows,vat A portion of lot throe -A.' A.STcwamr,Qerk. n.ace. Natural Finish allpeclaltJ.IIELBOURNJ : '
many other attractions.Mr. ((3)of section three((3)and a quarter the northeast BOBBDI A GKAHAM, On and after Ac-fust tat, 1801, there :, FLA. ':: i :.ti :
i of the southeast of section
E Jap Quimby, while on his way four quarter(4)all In township twenty-flv<3B) south of Solicitor for Complainant 7* t will be no frnl;3b! received or signed for Kept constantly on hand atJ. ." '.;0 'i'.' < ,,1;.

to the depot, on the 21st tnst., encountered range thirty-six(38) east, according to United at the ",, :' '-' t '
Wharf via ;
.Eden. Indian River /' ,
known : ) !.
Bake ,and being commonly a* '
a huge polecat After some struggle survey
animal Mr. Q. the Ryder LAnd in Rockfodtre,upon a portion of Notice. Steamboat Co.'s boat;; ; and ft* the Eden : Joo McAllister IB. Screven's XVv! : w;
with the odoriferous
which Is situate the Tropical hotel and several ;; FJ; .l ; 1
ended IU career by sending a bullet other-buildings and Improvement, and I*more HEREBY GIVEN that appllca- Grove IIQaa..") psrrnnnenUy closed, ; .."' ,
did not particularly described a* follows, to-wit i The NOTICE wllJDIIde. to the Hon. Hiaot II.oJo. 'be''no Contractor DRUG 'j
through IU bead. Mr. Quimby there wli taken landed for STORE.
tortheast comer of the parcel of land hereby intended .....Judge of Bravanl Bounty upon tile j 4ezfs .or 1,1 '
have his prise stuffed.Theyoangfolks to be conveyed U located at a point on Fifth day of October 1WI, for the sale of eer- a the Eden VPhyI.. m :. ..,
bank of Indian River are hundred and aln real estate of Robert$ B. Elalg and Also ,
the: west A.UredJ. the latest :age
Newspaper :
of this vicinity were Artesian Wells ,. Periodi- j L\ .
thirty((1130)) feet sooth of the quarter section line Einlg, minor,described a*fol' i TEGS. E. RICHARDS Gals etc. ,
given a social party by Mr. and Mrs.trwln produced dividing lot two(2)from lot three (3) .) BeglnDlulr at altOlAl on the south / /.
Carter at their residence near if said section three((3)which is also the quarter N.W. >" or the N.W u of _ton 3sown. PBOPBIKTOB.KW. iFi ; "
section line dividing the southeast quarter of hip U, sooth of rang 18*at, KM feet west of Eau Gaffe Fla. y
Turnbull, on the 25th inst. Among the the northeast quarter from the northeast qua,. the 81!corner of laid N W 1 M of the' NW it which ;, ,:,! ,(
Invited guests WM Miss Mary'Butts, of tt of the southeast quarter of said section four point I*28 rest south sad U fet west offUM B W / W.N.HEND&Y. .. "" .:
Missouri who Is visiting at MImi. After (t),thence from such point on Indian River, go corner of lot.*of Bobbins A Graham'addition : .' ..(', _
said lot three (3) and aeroas said to the IoWa of TitnsvUl Uwao t nl "
west across ) ran north
partaking of the sumptous supper, northeast quarter of the southeast quarter to along the centra of Canaveral street, a* laid out N :'C1a: AN's' Dealer )n \ ." :"JL .. ." ..
prepared by their genial hostess, the JM line dividing the said northeast quarter of through said addition a distance of CM feet, GIAM' : l : irt
guests indulged in the "light fantastic" -U-'r quarter from the northwest qnar- mon or less,to a point tt is cast of the 8K 1'r NEWSPAPER General : ; :; : ; "
Merchandisei i
t quarter of AIdu.- four corner of lot 14 of BobbU Graham'* addi- isBt rt :
exercise until the "wee ama' hours" of (4)| thence south along said dividing tin*to the tics thence na west JIIII feet, moon or teas to SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
mom reminded them of their departurefor northwest corner of tile Und formerly owned the BE comer of lot M of said additte t thence s'Glas ,;
their homes. b' A. I* and B.F.Hatch la said section:tnno nu soath tat feet, soor or less, to the sooth yruatnrr'l. The Pioneer Agency. DRY GOODS "
respective ,
east atom the north boundary Un *f ihi last lnofthMWKofth U of said section CAy lar ) f 1
I at..... to Indian Rlvr(which said lia 'i thence ma ast 181I feel, sour or IM. to the 't011 CI ughzw For terms and sample copies addressc. -
would take the advice of Ia four hundred and e IcnteeB (till)fet north of ,la**of twflnnlaf,eoatalulag aboot two acres, ora- 1 n. XAUICAN NOTIONS : -, i r
... .Mb
Dixonpeople the Un dividing said kit three(3)from lot four .N Ieoi. J' '
y the druggists they never ((4)Ia AId section thn(3\sad the UM dividing (2.) Beginning at the M corner of lot M of TITVSTILLE, Brevard county, J'la.ciSj STATIONERY 'Ii. <*' '
Would start; on a Journey without a bot- the aaid northeast quarter of the southeast Bobbin*t Graham'* dditlois, and ru south t
tle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and quarter from the southeast quarter of the_&. t$ feet, more or I***,along the parcel of land = '
ut quarter of said section tour (4));) thenc abov dee rlbetI to the couth lln of the aw X Choice Groceries
Diarrhosa Remedy. It can always be northerly along said river to tile point of eomBeaeement. tile nw M of said section (, nu wt along AId ,
depended upon and Is pleasant to take. e sustaining twenty-two (B) acne. in*B dJ aces of UO feet Ibexes.n. north USnetmor DIMS '
_, man or Ieoe, reserving. and excepting from the or less.tottissweo.ner of lot 3* ofBubblns it1jj PM. : J
above that ship or parcel of torn conveyed by A Graham'addiUoa t thenc* n. seat Ec
Notice. laid SCepbe. I der and hi* date ofte1 so* along the south lies of tot M and W of said ad. ] H 'b <,. c f\-- .c.
. IWber& C. Ma" b, ...d hearing Itiun.B distance of IM the plae of .b*> .. R
Eau: Gallic town lots for sate between aut1a.A. D. lli1,aU taeceded In the proper oee da.hlr.- TIle foregoing two'>*rubK hud haw- -- C. J. HECTOR : .:- '
Wp yard and postomca. For business 011118..14 coca', atue.said Ia hook Y.1 deeds, be thsTDtofwrty:: ofAUnd J.u.... o 1 .'" 1
:9a AIM aU of the northeast y.axle ot (L) I Ufflaaiat.the .w corner of tbs math { "
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denee. Wm. ire 'pr.- Dealer
Apply to the Q&hMa&quarter 01 section test (t" town Ko/thawUiith.BwM of asctio*a tow.- General :; "ia.2ero'h
1I Ored ante, Fla. llseptSmo IhIp and at..d, tlJrtJ ( ..>ip H.sonthiof raog*as awt,Shears sovtfc !: IjlCj
acne, w.le...according &0 he UaltedIt along the Metloa UM IZI feet, BMW or IBM, ta O : : anc11..o ; ;: :
,. the..toner of th. teed of Robert 0 KUUgi .**
Q,+all beiAaia Ev Bkfi& Ten serve a upon&lie above d ecribed'ptemaa a than_l along the south Ila of Hubert B. tIe e1.A.d : Melbourne Fla. ,, ;'J I.
to&be..npce.poe which the Eialg a deans e< 121 festl t*>Las M R q ; .
omtment:. urtgsae P.dend In this cases. which 10111 of Bobbins a GrtkaWs addl,'ua;. .taxesa. teA lCj I' 4: I '
A deer.e way ., owvd U-. panIM U> the railroadtrek tEats
eerUla eon for Chronic Son ETM the date fit I'alInary 1KII 111I1. M a 4 tr.rm.4we. JtmJ.lmerzerAl 1
and [ ILIa BOW being kieated sad_.tneIoed by th*
tter. Bait Bbeum Scald head Old 11"-,r-lertdl 15tepbea seem.ythe pay J.T/*.* E. W. ILL Co. which track shallbee m, d. Shoes CIptlilDfcDrjGoflfcf:
wits to aadV. .with a radl*., 41*ft to the north ,
? no-aad G.i1.n aed aterest, emrv* It Y rry 5. 'I
rash Sans FerW Sons; Eczema, meal. 01 TaD the I 01 JUre'", 157 &bee8Ic8 IB*at said ......B.KUlf1 laM' thence west der i I : .
Uch, Pralrto Scratch**. Son Bippleaa4FUe r.surdod of the 05th on 01 the Cirea1'eo.n. in 11ooii t.the plea if biaaUc.. Th last deHI>e4 see, se 0 = Just Arrived pleadl goods It

_.....1.. la BleYad _t" * ., It U f = .; OILS. PAINTS HARDWARE
cooling and aootldac. Drat:,. Tbe aIIOY'.ill be....I JecI&0aaId :r If.Jtc UEAD
ALF *D Burr.
BudndiofcuMfcATvtwea. eared by ourtgmSIII. ..8ftD'U1IO.1pee1a1 Master.TLSCT Gmardlaa of Said Ulaof AU.CCKM. DRUGS, OllOCEBIX8 i, GRAIN :* '"
It after$Jl other treatment bad failed ao.a JI i 0...... *.arp ,KI Of all kind; aDd h. fete a lull line 01
U U pat up la 23: and 60 out boxM. "J 8u&ilpxeraCum W 1olIcl'or hUtIIIIIf. rte lihl verythiaf, Call and aamine,. 5., 1 1s


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end ot tile path end awaited the call of their THROUGH.DixIE. Some Weatleple
REVIEW. names by the old Vjulw,who bad them wr.t- .
s. THE, M DE WORLD..GENERAL .---.. ten on a fb'.ltlaf ta the back of his JoCkt.Nomwiwa .- o Edison is worth $3,000,000.

Dun & Co. :Send Out Another ajlowed C riM until hebad Phil Amour the
planked! op* dollnr. The old ". NEWS OF THE SOUTH BRIEFLY Chicago pork king
TELEGRAPHIC AND Encouraging: Report.Dan's conmbuted tbe gander Just out of good.: will do an annual business of $63,000,000.
; Bill Tells How He Came
weekly review of trade lay the Arp to the boys, he said, and he was nominatedas the : P Mr. T. N. Egery of Bangor is said to-
and carried! ARAGRAPJED
and umpire bay
CABLE, ,CULLINGS hot weather at tbe West is worth to the Into Existence. and treasurer on his decision the whole mm was to be be the richest woman in Maine The

,: country many millions every day. Each r awarded the victors He bed adjourned his Bar Harbor Tourist rates her at $4,000.;
clear and cloudless day places millions ofbu.hel court for two hour to see the fun and keep Forming: an Epitome of DailyHappenings '

: Of,Brief, Items of Interest From l of corn beyond th'e. possibility ot A Freeman of the Woods, the Georgli down"wbIpprs"w any disturbance Tej mustered of the in peace.four on Eight each Here and There. 000.The duke of Hamilton (f. said to drawA

, ,Various Sources. harm from frost and a frost part of the tide of the running course. They were allamva + neat little rental of $160,000 per annum

-. anticipated crop is already safe urge Cracker Brooked. neither Restraint :wtttt rooa long imujaei or mcaorysj' Mechanical college for his tenantry in. the island of ,
of that that the farmers will be an d their willing duty was to see to it that The Agricultural and
Dfepatche Wednesday say C'opi mean enabled of Fashion Nor of Law, But Arran.

heavy timber fires are raging in Minnesota, fo purchase ,more freely of the products Grew Up Uatrammeled. no with man's let 1 nag alacrity moved than toward a gallop.the/dander', with at Auburn a large Ala, attendance.opened Wednesday A. J. Drexel heads the list of Philadelphia

The ,American Pomological Society of other industries, and will pay '"said he, "not a lope that would keep a very rich men' with $25,000,000. The
net months but aright lively lop. and If the all tat convicted in Obion county Tennei- plloDaire
attendance In four ending September 1st, Written for Tb. Constitution tree ga holding footu .
himlittleepecll ,
",:you must p.tuotID up a of Sabbath breaking has appealedto ,
about cent of the mortgage see ,
Two railroad train collided In Pros- per :Not to go back into history further then s he"nlgoln' toward In* Herman Cetman the South American
elan Silesia. Tuesday; and ten personas debt on farms in Kan>aa, my own time and recollections, let me venture gander" the United States supreme court ,
or about $10,000,000, had been paid. upon some unoccupied territory and tell Th. boy were true sovereign. They were Fort Worth Tex. Tuesday mUlonalr; owncs -a $1,000,000 yacht,
killed and injured. Fire at ,
were many In then Cross is only 28 years of
Several hundred millions will thus btfte-' how Cherokee Georgia, became the home of not knight They were arrayed
: Attorney.General Miller has directed turned to lenders, who will powerfully that much-maligned and misunderstood..- bome-made pant and home-made shirt and det.royed the Ellis hotel, a fire-story and has an income of $500,000 a year.
that the second libel filed against the all market their efforts to find dlvldnal known as the Georgia cracktr. .I home-knit galluses, Their shoes were structure and the three-story annex, ale it the only son nf ex-President Celmanof
steamer Iota be dismissed. affect by ,- have lived long In his region aDd am dose made at the tannery and their bat at the together with the contents rained at the
Chilean a new use of their money. Meanwhile akin to him. battery Coats and vest were not on their Total loss$150,000 insurance Argentine .Rpuble
'Thd steamer Ems, from Bremen, which gold is also coming from Europe, and There is really bat little difference between regalia. AU the naborhood were their spectator $130,000. One of the prominent guest at Saratoga
ailed from Southampton for New York though foreign banking institutions are the Georgia cracker and the Alabama or Inclnd'ng many women, some with Infant $22,000. this season has been Mr. D.
Tennessee cracker: They all have or had the at the breast and some with sons In the Buena Vista furnace at Lexington, O.llil.
in is small and
Sunday, has on board$1,250,000 gold, doing What they can in self-defense to and the banker. He a _
same origin, until the tournament.
'Tbe mills of the'tyoDs; paper Mill comptny. restrain the movement they to pre- was opened up to the rest Afplll.CblAIIraage The gathering people exchanged: salutations Va, employing several hundred men of, of about 03, with a bright face and clear

of Lyons la., were destroyed by vent active buying of Americanfall securities by railroads and schoolhonse these crackers and smile and gave the fun' fly news shut down Wednesday on account blue eyes. He dresses most modestly, and

tire Sundayi! Low, $75.000 J insurance, by foreign Investors. With money comIDA' had ways and usages and a language.peculiarly and gradually drew near the place where theanseiian serious damage to the stuck. It will doc not look as I he had an income of
; for stocks and bonds, as well as for their ownIt struggle was impending. probably not b able to start up for several $1,000,000 a year.
will be remembered that until 1S35 the _The old squire hid participated In some weeks.
'Dispatches of Tuesday states that the wheat and cotton, and with the liquidation Cherokee Indians owned and occupied this old-fashioned ,muster in his day, and so, John I. -Blair of Blairsrille, N.
English government bas officially recognized of farming indebtedness, the prospect region of Gta>rglar-the portion lying..of when everything was, ready he stood on a Rev. R. F. Banting, D. D., of Galla- reputed to be worth all the way from
of for business this fall are unusually the Chattahooohee. and north of the Tail*., log, and raising hi* right band exclaimed: tin, dropped dead on the train at Lebanon $ to $100,000.000. He bus
the provisional\ government bright. poop riv.... They were the most peaceableand "Mention company I In the proceeding Tenn., Saturday. He was chaplain O.OOOOO share of stock{ in enterprise
Chile. civilised Of all the trinrs, but the,ware that we are about to proceed with it ere expected : four ; any
A cablegram received the navy department nipBOTKMiNT: ni TUX: crrns. not subject to Georgia laws and bad many that every man will conduct his behavior of tho Texas Rnerslor ,ear with which he has been associated,
Admiral Actual improvement is seen in nearly cocfllcU and disturbances with their white socordln' to what' far and honest- He became a Presbyterian after and has money invested in scores of railroads
Tuesday Belknap all cities for the week. At Philadelphia nabors. It seemed to be manifest destiny no man are to take any advantage: of pry the war and was located at Rome, Ga.,, some of which he absolutely con-
announces the arrival 'of the Charleston that they should go. "Go west, red man," other man nor of the gander. Thar be are four years, ,
at Yokahoma, Japan. business is more active, and the Was the white mans flat. They went at the bangln' without a friend. Tote fair, bnvs *">!.. _
Nothing ''In New iron markets as well well as point of the bayonet and all their beautiful tote fair:and put him out ot misery u quiet A Mobile dt'palch says: Frank Clor-
WM made public trade in jewelry, pants and glass, thoughthe country was suddenly opened "to the ingress .1 you ken, In reason lack Folium-three' gue, president of the Bank of Maine, of Confirmed.
York' Wednesday In regard to the liabilities improvement in the demand for drygoods of whomsoever might come. Georgia bad It pace to the front-now. ready-aim-'charge Bangor, Me., and his brother, E. ,V The favorable Impression pruced' the
: and assets of S. V. White & Co. surveyed and divided into lots of "
and -
forty Clorgue of New York organized the Ant appearance of the trait
is not felt the manufacturers. ,
by and Jsck stuck his heels in his flank
160 then trade and A pony's
acres, a lottery *
+ the broken. rave
suspended Mobile Trait Company Tuesday with remedy Syrup of Figs a few years ago has been
It i* especially noteworthy that collections every man and widow and orphan child a the crowd shouted: "Charge 'em Jack I '
The Atlantic transport line of steamship are Improving at most points and chance in the drawing. But tbe cracker Charge Vml" Bnt Jack's: critter warent wed $300,000 capital, to do a trust and gen.eneral more than confirmed by the plaelp

,between Baltimore and London, that money markets are, on the whole, dident wait for the drawing The rude,-untamed to chargtnf. He rebelled at the go and the banking busie rlenc of all who have used It, successof
,have arranged to start, a line between although the and restless people from the mountain "whlppers in" bad to com to his support.Be The Cleveland and ten business houses, the proprietors and manufactures the California
comparatively, crop borders of Georgia acd the Carolina flocked dashed In and out of the prth wildly, but Company.
New York and London.. The first steamer Fig Syrup
to be moved are enormous and the actual : hither to pursue their wild and fascinating finally took the bit In his teeth and started were burned at Sheffield, Ala,, Sunday
leaves November 21st. movement unprecedented. I occupation of banting and fishing for a live down the line on a run for freedom night. The fire started about ?o'clock, the blood by drinking cold water in
'The presseri of the Cohanty GlassWorks TUB tROrf TJU tJt. Ubood. They came sprtely, but sooi asrimUated amid the shout and cheers of the multitude.He orgloatintf in the rear 6f the building. Cot a little pure ream of tartar b beendissolved.
work is fact thai notwithstanding and shared a common interest. steered well until he suddenly eyed the .
at Brldgeton, N. Jn quit It a surprising, The buildings are a total wreck. The .
: account of reduction the of iron is almost There are such spirits in every community. great wane Bird Just ahead of him. He thousand PRIEST Drngmst, Soelbyrllle, Ind..
Monday morning on a output pig There are some right here now who would topped as If on the brink of a is about one hundred and ten /.1. '. Catarrh gives the beet ofsatisfaction.
of |3 per thousand on their ware,and equal to the 'largest ever known, the father go up to Cobutta mountains on a bear Jack went on. That capped the climax: of dolan, with light inpurance. The fire Can get Cur plenty of testimonial,
the. employment of non-union workmen. price ,grows more steadily and stiff, end hunt than to go to New Yerk or Paris forpleasure. tumultuous hilarity. The like of that was to be entirely accidental. as It core every ODe who takes it." Druggist l
Curran a decidedly better tone is observed in all 1 almost would myself, and I recall what they came for. Jack 'caught on his sell it,TBC.
Congressman Washington the hands and feet and remounted and A'Los Angeles Cat., dispatch Mon-
earnest cravings of: my yunth to go was soon vacant
Whittnorne, 'representing the Seventh important market This hat been noticed west and and a wilderness, and with my took another alert, and his nag behaved better day says: seond libel has been filed the English drd commissions are In
district of Tennessee died at his home for a month or more as a sure indication companions in a hut and kill deer and but still did not come in reach of the against the Chilean steamer Itata, at San .olunll ay. ,

near Columbia".Monday afternoon. lie of a very large aDd healthy consumption turseys, and sometimes,, a bear and a pan gander, and Jack lost his chance until the Diego, by United States Marshal. Oar- flew a Misdeal Make Meeer.DBAA .
been the decline for several ; of Iron, But during the put ther.But second grand round. "We'nns halnt got no decor for for RUDKRJ am able t pay my board
has years $200,000 damages sustained
there have also been of form, town raising and old field geese at our bouse"said he, "snd my animal and wer cltbe and haw
week tulol'
A'Dutch journalist onoof survivors rumors a school education I too would have made avery never seed one afore a* I know on." in bringing the vessel back from g my odd
(of the wrecked Italian steamship Tronm-, warlike tone from 'Europe which has respectable aacker..Thli was the class "Samuel 1,11D. to the front, called the Chile. The case .will come up before lone and vaton. plating Jewelry and

ma, says the crew, headed by the first affected the iron markets of, tbe United of young nen and mddle-aged that first "equre, charge." Barn's critter Judge Ross, in the United States court. per tableW day;never 1 IBM th plltel. 1 paid have$5 roads for my$2>
States. settled among these historic hills and valleysand was more tr.cteb) and Bam got a fair to H. K. Demo A Co., Colurabun,
()fficer; basely deserted the captain, and A more obvious cause of Improvement cllmied these mountain. and fished in grab, but tbe grease was too slick for h A Knoxville dispatch .a1 The statement plater Anyone can profit by my experience by 0
that they clambered like rats on board these streams. By and by the fortunate and as be bis hold the poor bird is positively made citizens of lug there for circular*. A bTgPiKT.
and bonds alpp
the Thcwalia. ts that stocks! are stronger, owners of these lands received their cartifl- to and fro his wing and iquawk- Creek and Bnceville that the con 6naAT
and consequently the railroads have more _tall and many of them came from all parts ed loud and l lapp 'terrible tqueese and Cal in that will bi released FITS Mopped free by DR KUK'I
the region so
Tho chairmen of republican' and money for the purchase of roils) and there of the state to look up their lots and see how the more terrible elongation of hlioesxpbaKUS. nee. Mmeloaaa Treaties and S3 trial
''democratic state committee have arrsnged II a better prospect for the building of much gold or bow much bottom land there Sam WM congratulated "n I eort surely as the legislature adjourn without bottle fire.Dr.Kline. ail .Ih St.. Plilla.. Pa..
for a joint debate between Major McKinley railroads end for extensions.The was upon them but gold wes the principal He wiped hl fingers on a pine top taking some step looking to final removal .
new attraction.' The Indians had found gold and dadburned if I wouldent have of the No ,
and Governor Campbell, which "Y.I'l convict. one Ynt.llre an
woolen manufacture is doing re. washed It out of the creeks and branches and got but the dined thing was so allgredslickery. it be done.
opinion as They
will take at Ada October 8th. tjlll Elixir
) place markably well\, particularly worsteds traded it in small parcels to the white man I w.ln that Jack Pullnm The
1 Camphell hKS. the opening and closing of and dress goods, and the demand for and it was believed that every stream was would nave tie hop grab and' sleeked will be set free this time I they are. disturbed ,
the debate. dress goods notably exceeds: the lined with eolden sind. This proved au H-, often some of it." at all.
A statement at the Print cloths have advanced present U'lon, and so >n were ndlllturb- "Rube Und.r"o"-t the front-ready A Chattanooga dispatch says: At Of U what my wtfe and I call Bood'i SanaParma. -
prepared treasury
supply. bout ,
ed or alas they their titles for a song -aim able She was h d.U".t health yean a
+department. at Washington Monday shows little, and it is believed ,that this has and then sang "sweet borne" of their own. was freckle faced and red beaded,moaU r..n lornvie. a postoffice a short distance last_ln t bed, caused by dyipeplla a
that the receipts hem cnttoms at New been tbe largest' season ever known in 'they built their cabins and cleared their flee-bltten gray that bad ba.taugh top of Mission Ridge, the neuralgia. Bi has taken three bottles ot *
York for the first twenty days of the prints.. lands end raised their scrub cattle, and with dance and prance around, Ilde""j .. storehouse and entire stock of goods of J. BanaparllU.. and h regains itor health o
1 present month' were $6,631,757. The Busiaess failures occurring throughout their old fashioned rifles kept the family In st to show smart," I the boys Q. Varnell. was dlstroyed by fire Monday strength, can eat anything without distress. a
'for the of game, Many of these settlers could read and' took the animal some time to be con night u was the office and mail. It is ..E.t.8. Marshall, Chl..t""Jeffenoa
receipts corresponding period the country during the past seven days that and .
and write, but i in their day there WM but dancing prancing wasn t in County, N. Be sure to getHood's
1800 were) $9,871,803. number 210. little to rrad, No newspapers and but few order at this particular tiara A walloping supposed to be tho work of au incindlary, V. B

The presidentLuappolntedLieutenant looks were found, by; the boater s Heads.. lick just.1 h* neared the goal caused him to I there has been neither fire nor light Sarsaparilla
Colonel Their children grew up the same w.v, bat make a fuullep right under the bir and the house for twenty.fou hours.
John W. Tho abut
Barlow Captain what that lacked culture they supplied in Rub b !U ha to Mat '. loss Is from to
$1,500 2000.
W. Bymont and Prof. A.- F. Mormon rough experiences and hairbreadth escapes square in Rube's The best blood partner, the best serve helper
.members ot the Mexican boundary com- and fireside talk and In the sport that were face[ and some swore in h mouth and insurance $800\ ben at baUdor.
and-No.. either improvised or inherited. Font Frees ". be b.d jest C he have badtepriss" A dispatch What ate the liver
million,' which is authorized by congress Nearly a Million Stolen Chattanooga says: BOO D'8 PIU S-I.<> re

,to relocate the existing frontier betweenthe Clue to the Thieves. gender touting pulling and quilting shooting had more matches attractionsthan coon awaited his He second retired One rood order by one and the promisee'to be a sensation developedMonday. late the b.. Maottra,but isnUs.A l 2

United States and Mexico west of book How they got to using la'h'wl.ted riders came u they were called. One afteranothergotsome -The county clerk subpoenaed ill
Acablegramfrom Eng., says:
the'BJo Grande.A of the and the officers of the land doing
language as youSins and we uns and grease wiped It compnlel' -i
dl. tch of Car' Another heavy bank robbery was reported and Injun and moat and ,trine and all on their horses' manes, but the muscles of the business in the city to show P Ts1Ig
I p Wednesday says: monday, but as every effort is ten to:not known nor was such talk univer gander we.e old and tub, and every one cause why they should not pay the FREIGHT
ond after carload of stock is rushing being made to suppress' the facts no IlL When such Idiom began In a family of the twenty h Ine h raJ and failed, bundred-dollar state privilege fe Great OflVr
through Ban Antonia, Texas; for Mexico, authoritative story can be told. So far they descended and spread oat among the when the\ 'and ordered he repeated,see'de.

tern Hogs points from ace Kansas'especially City numerous.and other wes The* known, however, it is this A large par one kindled famUynow but It was of very contagious.extensive connection.. I know a" greeting.damage It bad wa ..ldeDI however the bird,, under and city the hare laW of the 1889.right The to county assess "Strlko while the.Iron Is Hot.

eel of bills, remitted from country banks who have a folk-lore their own, end it can for .I droopy and hii vole wasranmg the same tax.whlch would make $1,500 Write for Catalogue now.and say what,
object of the shippers is to get their animals bas been stolen from tbd London and be traced back to the ,old ancestor who died < was a laceration of sinew for each and paper you saw this Advertisement In.
into Mexico before the tariff goes Westminster bank limited, which is animportant half a century ago. But these oorrupt.ioDiof *going on. and but for the freso greasing per year company, $4,500for Remember that I sell everything that

into operation, November 1st. institution, having fifteen or languages are by no means peculiar to tbe the sport ,"ould havloDee "T.nUol each company for the past three years. some goes to things furnish and a home-manmfacturing buying others in the
.. the declare
cracker for the English cockneys, and the company, said '9f Manyof they enables me to
The tending boys at the CumberlandGlass branches in London The amount p1 compDle w largest possible lots,which
more Inses will lake
genuine yankee have en idiom quite u eosnVio now a go out of a meeting wipe out all qomnetttion. ,
Works Bridgcton, N. J., refused I lost is variously stated from $750,000 to .? though they do not realise it and can light and look at your uclN. and ef day the real estate men decided that they Here are a few of my
to work with the Jews and colored boys 11,150,000. Toe matter has beeome pub- would not admit It yon want water 'CI can ti. spring would test the constitutionality of the Start
and The Georgia cracker was a merry-hearted. and gut it, bus wait long my old ling Bargains: _
Monday morning placlqg iron bars I lic notes to the banks police
through law. Considerab'e! interest Another
without friend Store, full
nneonoerned Independent mature andijbe gander a a nlst. A No. T Flat Top Cooking
I cross the gates and threatening to stoneto i centers of the country and through the asked was to be Jet alone by the Laws: and and lulel'hanr'_ meeting will be Saturday also, 17lch oven, fitted with 21 piecesof
death any Jew who attempted to go espionage over departing vessels at all the outside world. wa ID"resumed. Bill morning. w at your own dept&
to work. tix: Jews were, discharged by the ports of the United Kingdom. The The Justice court of hit beat was quite Arp was the tenth man second rouod Twelve freight eh Dollars."nrea paid by me,
the company; and the boys returned towork theory of the police is that no attempt enough limitation for him. He bad far H* we* the tenth of the first, and CUT HIS. THROAT. you18x3iInchktop-
respect for the old ..pectacld'squirethan rade" neck or the plow line or RAggee.13il8Inch
more dlcbat
without further trouble. made the In Great
any will be to use money
for the highest court in the nation grip was like a vise and his fitted with n piece of ware, for Thirteen -
Nearlv! three thousand employee at the'' Britain but that it will be taken abroad From tblfchome-made tribunal he never appealed agility notorious, but somehow the ganderducked Ex-Governor Morehouse, of Dolar., and pay the freight t

flint and green glassworks of Whitall, most likely to the continent, where a nntll the young lawyers bean to Og at the critical moment and Bill i Missouri, Suicides.. roar -

,Tatum &; Co., at Millevllle, N. J., were great deal' of English money circulates ore the in it,law and and seduced the him wOlldrlul Into the myet.riesof made grabbed a miscarriage.As his bead instead of, his neck and Ex-Governor Albert P. Morehouse, of Do not pay two prices for

locked out Saturday as the result of the A rOBMKB BOBBKBV. RXCALLKD. sacs of the wet of Basher--ry.,rr.'orm-.... Bill's turn cam gsln the crowd ejaculated committed suicide at his resi your goods.
Parlor Suit
'tending boys' strike against the employment The actual method of the robbery is, theless, they looked upon lawyers" U su pec ts : "Now, watch him boye." "Can't be lltsourl Marysrille, at 9 o'clock Wednesday walnut I will send frame yon, either a nice in combination or,

of fourteen Jews,. No employe* to the public entirely conjectural *it and parasites, and their descendants have ride,* tboulbl "See how he sots on hl oS morning. Several, weeks the bended, the meet stylish colors, for
ter.1 U he alnt tarred ago
are working clerks in the earn opinion stilt Tbe old "squire waspedslly "Blame t nsg. $33.60toyourrallru dstattonfreightan
except theyefflc* rob.
recall the clever
the circumstances overheated while
.I "No for governor was violently
"foment" them.and looked the.iaherary him" pea
"Lk whippen
and freight handlers. The lock **.f 1*the bery last February of a clerk of tbe Lon. as an Insult) to bit judicial upon capao gwine to carry that hed h driving cattle and has been in a very I will also sell yon a nice Bedroom Salt,

most complete ever known in that partof don branch of the Bink of Scotland, u Ity. Hometlm! be would let two young a me before be tope." f.nde' nervous condition since. At he consisting head Bedstead of Bureau, 1 Wash-tund with glass, 1, Centre 1 blab

the state.: he stood at a public counter of the limb of the law argue a case before him for I preach your foaara" "G-bf" gan has been delirious and very tme de Table 4 Cane Seat Chairs 1 C"n.Seat and
The of the The thieves half an hour, and then quietly remark Back all for $13.BO,and
announcement assignment National Provincial bank. "Gentleman, I Judgmentieated this cane last df.Ad sure enough Bill got the right grip pressed. He was taken out for a Rker. depot. pay
and suspension ,of S. V, White & Co.. obtained $00,000 by that haul and nothIng night; at home," and would proceed with bit th tm.and In a trice hid given the neck a> drive by a friend Tuesday night, Or I will lend yon an elegant Bedroom
of New York and Chicago was made on has ever been heard of them or the docket; That old quire end the preacher dbl something had to break &the but became a much excited that Suit, with large gins, fall marble top,

the stock exchange at New York Tues- money. Quite recently it was reported were quite life and enougn across to the puns dark mesa river.A .people For a moment the line swifily It tolow al moion he was brought home and a physician for Nice$30\\'indow,and pay trelght *roller $ .40

day morning. Mr. White say the fsilure that the Bink of England had through- few year after they had fettled down u would break or what bed broken for the was calle& He became quieter during Elegant lap Walnut lay Clok.,, 4.00Walnut
was due to long been robbed of 250,000, but that statd- strained tendons like Bill' the and Wednesday morning .._.._... ....7.0
speculation corn was
the successors ti the Indian a class of more popped a whip* nigh per window..............
and not In stocks. The liabilities of meat was denied by officers. tub antial citlsen' began to look In upon I went 0 at full speed. For a little while ale Two watches were in lc Crtfn everything in a 1.

the firm art very large but only a few this beautiful Country. They purchased UM qu.ellr. beadles body swung back another They beard a gurgling .d.erlment but have an immense
valley land and the river bottom and soon wad and was then at rat. rm 2,000 ft. of floor room,
hundred .or.a. noise in the
shares .
of stock are outstanding CRASHED INTO _CATTLE CARS. the forests began te fall' before the axe ot the caD lot8 and the wild hu governor's rom and on entering with warehouses and factory bmildings InotherpnrtsofAugusta
on contract.,. pioneers. Some of them brought slaves Bill wag>m* 1" his; critter, found him lying on the floor, ,making all the
The export of specie from the with them and erected sawmill and framed they cam round to the front the crowd blood spurting from his throat He had largest business of this kind under one.
porrof A Disastrous Wreek but Only management in the Southern biates.Then&store
New York for week ended 10th houses with flat windows to live In, and the red round to so* the gander's bead CatbI cut a gash in the left throat *and warehouse are crowded
Sept. One Man Killed.A I school master came along, but the crackers held high in h s hand-the warm blood about four inches long. The hs with the choicest productions of the beat
mounted to $91 ,780, of which $103,. were In the ma j jrity ana: lived along in thee ling from the arteries. After the Jubilee wa I weapon was factories. My catalnvue containing illustrations
008 was gold. and $814,. freight wreck occurred on the P nasylvaala erne old priivltive way. As .late as 1817 over Bill invited the ant ana the ..ul I Iwo a common pocket knife which he still of wilt be mailed If you
718 in ,UYer. Of the total railroad, two miles east otGreensburg they Had gauutr pnnniK ana on mat t Mother That wAo: and held in h's right hand. He had folded will kindly.go. .yon saw this ad ver.
exports, Pa, Sunday morning d*. witoessed that summer lasted for two hour her stock of Nk.and rider and i up his coat and rest and placed them under tUemenU I Pay Freight. Address
9919,100 in silver went to Europe, and and cattle And the original Bill Arp was the viator. I the jig .the he "gin 'em i Xj. X*. Z'ADCJr3'3T'I"e
all the cold and $1,653: silver t West Ind lea. The imports of specie caN Engineer Rogers Brakeman rare V just for the came reason that a kindhearted lithe "proceedJose In a few miuntes I UB or THE DECEASED. Store

amounted to $1,585,443, of which $1,. Wads worm were fatally Injured,hurt.and man. doe nut wish to see but ODe t the 1 of the bl wa heard Governor Morehonse was Delaware AND Frlurt .
Fireman R. E. Stanley seriously hanging.Oue&ataitlaV honorable
34,823 was gold, and $30,030 silver The wreck was caused by the freight morning when we arrived court of 'h-8 yes are now b county, Ohio, July the 10th, 183 Itol.a Bread Si..AUGUSTA,O A.SMITH'S .

A dispatch from Wichita, Kan., says train down grade and coming at Blue Glixard eourtground, the clans \had kordin' ce G.... the lte and came to Missouri in 1856. He a
gath'rd in unusual force. As preliminaryto and the and has taken :
Tile tine victim to suffer at the bands of lawyer always a prominent
together again. Before the tracks were the more Important contest than was sum These rough, were the original in WORM OILIe
the He elect-
boomers the politics.
is rude
new territory AL. cleared an eastbound cattle train crashed to come off,some of the boy were shooting Georgia ck.. a large p M1u
Glazier, a Santa Fe !conductor, who was into the wreck, and twenty car loads of at a small piece of white paper that was proportion the of Cherokee governor on the democratic rs...s l.Jlr Ihe Beat, Quickest, a
badly cut and otherwise injured YODd.ymDroili1l cattle were killed. The wreck is one of pinned to a distant tree. Some were gateerd halt a ftlU'J' sgot ppuIUO geoer.lypoor.tnt tckt i 1884 with John S. Marauk Meal Reliable W.rsa Uealelae held.ATHanLOADeC.41877..
around the spring. Some were trying old enjoyed life more than they and the e
bit they
by an enraged mob on train. d governor upon deth
since of
the Cars A few night done
worst ever seen were piled on l.av.DY oa one
Borne o( the boomer had no ticket, and of each other oD'e hundred fees mother Tuttea's fresh elder and..r cake money.: They were sociable and tJ' latter, succeeded him and took the oath, Worn*Oil.and the le
top nearly that she offered from tbe hlndgaU of bar little tlnd. When of their tick At the Mine : 1111
Glazier demanded tbe extra 10 cents high. The loss will reach away up in wagon and some were samp tug the eon they nursed him 0-when he died they dug as governor of the state in 1887. His my wo four > ti old, shapasaedbttvorm
levid in such ease. This caused trouble.A the thousand An unknown tramp wa whiskey that was kept in a Jug in tholitUe tog a grave end buried him, and thit was ,b wife and two children a in St. Joseph. *,crl 4 to 1 en Inches a
number of rioters were arrested and burned death courtbous bard by. W* soon perceived UMcentral end of the chapter. Th<* was no W. I'. Pnuura
are in jail at lul1' ,De. to and most attrave spot to be a small no epitaph D obituary. Their clas i THE STORY DENIED Sold Everywhere,_as Cents.
with limb about tea feet midtt.
tree a forking from disappearing our
fr a.lli .
The secretary of the treasury on Moo- hi bMa. A pole ... has eneto upon them, I. _enur the* UJ s. UM BtedlelM mswi tMipvrgatlvci *
.READY AND WAITING. figbsbend a It s not .oa'
[ day, located Ihe site for the new public resting In & children and their ChD'children have That the Catholic Knght Hypothecated tout,ait.rati.s hed
i building at.Homo, OLe by; tcceDtiog tho to the ground and fastened with stubs crtea.ed MsimllaUd a higher haml,.
Boomers Restless and Blood on either aide and driven firmly in the g. BIL Bond.A
I Wd of Samuel faulkbouw of the site .,. This Incline raised the tootf,**d of the T Chattanooga .

oflered at lie corner of Fourth avenue shed Feared. pole quite high the, air and end says: The supreme officers of the BUDdy
t and East First street The lot U150 feet A special dispatch of Saturday from we looped is .,low lib, and to the hoer end THE PANGS OF HUNGER uo Knights of America deny the statement Pm

on Fourth avenue and 100 feet on East Gut brie, Okla., ears: Excitement grows ot the line another loop wa*slipped ever the that they hypothecated 'l -thsse .
Pink street The feet of a venerable gander and left Idea Lead Starving Peasants to Burn i UM.
price paid was $9,000 in intensity every hour. The road from winging.. h4 diwnvard. Just high enough : sinking fund badj also the report .
There wu a lively competition for the here to the reservation i* lined with for a horseman to reach ite.sily a.he rode and Plunder.A to the request borrowed "

site"( the principal competitor against the wagons buggies, horsemen and even foot underneath" the doomed bird gmveanoeeaaiooal Vienna correspondent of the London $ on bonds. Th) paid HOlE n'TVVD Y. .

FeU houses or 1L A. Smith site, beinglust passengers. AtLangston, negroes are rqaewk.and, with wing halt open CAnMtefe says that there have recently only 8, per cent interest They say they I" L X.V.WaMTKD .

I of John N. Sheibly. on East Second muted in hundreds a id armed ready to and term neck half the bent looked unquestioned Tbe feather been a number of incendiary a ale to pay every demand, saeper. 1a."a' C.II.-441-JUIa I.a

street, which was offered for $9,100. take the dnmaroo. Tally by force if bad beea upon IVtpped proceeding from it*neck and a tbfck Aret peasants having t1)'IIYDt sal have t120O addi ,ody raa laa r WJAlS Umfttr.OS. *>k a_

necessary. The crowd which ha at.oodat coat oflrMM put cm In. sd. The undergrowth hoU"a order have taal sinking the sendpoauessdwnbIWsdm.swr
I\ t a .
'Ot1IDI Gtl'DP&Ma..u fame** KUiflis the line U front uf the land office! bad hem removed and .nuuuncpathbrtfce opportunitv to plunder t the application for a t I CAo, y. a.,Llgh II 1L"
was..t-ri ta Wember VMS to tm-' since two o'clock Friday i* getting restless bonsenan The tooraament car /ally: clMndotUobetrmodoiisv began at place in Kitfl district have tm rhuC N the officers say U came from disaffected -.

'oes.t foe w. U Bahlo.1b.rg asUa warn. an aid several shooting scrape herobeen It o'clock. _* sovereigns. cnouUdoatBrttrtiaw ie two ( ,. Many strata have p whose aspiration hare not teen SIOK Wl....ny .rJi.rA ,

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REV DR TALMAGE PH.meeker, tear lara.... this art has been the erroneous notion' thai. :SC1ESTIF1C.SCRAPS, Modem Ip n.t'
W *.shall 1 com to thsef this part of the eev'cs could bs oondaet.l
ChurcheS baTe Said "01x lit, CHiman 'Ton have a very fine
by delegation. ,
ge tang It to the tune'of. "Dundee,* and whiten easy time we shall have. This minister ; It !I. laid that apes have a langntge. trout pond, I un eretand.w

THE. BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUNDAY he everybody began to sing the dyinc knows soldier that; and turnedOVl'l' as will do the preaching, the choir will OO Mr. Waybtck--"Yeeait. I raise' trout ,
A bas; been discovered at
and hav to do. new
on his pillow and said to the minister the singing we will *nothing rape fir a l liviaV'"What!

SERMON. "Where the did you learn that!r "Why." replied And great you multitude know as of well churches a* I that all through there area this the Phlliptne Islands, do you charge for fishing, in
minister umy mother taught m*
that." "So did mine," said dyingScotch land, where the people ar not expected: *to An attempt to climb (be Himalayan its
the whole work Is done delegation of "Don't allow to fish In it.
SUBJECT THE IMPORTANCE OF ACED soldier; and the very foundation of hi*heart sing, by b strangers
MCSIC. wa upturned, and then and there he yielded four or six or tea prrson.and the audience will be made by Explorer Conway. Might catch th' wrong kind, you know.

himself to Christ. Oh it has an irresistible are dlen0.In such a church In Syracuse an old elder- The new United States .l1teen Inch ",ut I was told this was a good pac

.I'Jtnf HITS "roeA"" ,name tIHU Jb4I power. Lather's sermons haft been forgotten persisted In singing,'and so the choir appointed will be forty-nine and a half foot for day's sport" '
A. va$'tAe father of all ttteh at handle but his "Judgment Hymn" dog en a committee> to goand ask the sqnlr gun "Y'r right, abut that Yon and jr '. a ;'
On harp ana orpa--o.oemIY., SU through the age, and will keep oa singing if b* would not stop You know that in a long and weigh 125 tout. friend go that there an' 1\\ ;. :
b6SIii :
lamedi had two boys the one a herdsman until the blast of the arohanger trumpet great multitude of churches the choir are expected take it If t wife 11 bring ye out a IIKOtng cot .. I
and the other musician. Jubal, the hall bring celebrates about that very day which the ) to do all asas.expected to th* great, Fish are much better preserved bottle o"easy.whisky, an' some At the best medicine: ) '. '; i ,
Tooneer *cm,.was the fleet organ builder hymn I would to God that tins mass of the people b*silent,., whoa kept hanging In a cold dry at. gluM I taTo l.t '
He started the first sound that rolled from who hear me to-day would take these song and If you utter your voice you are Interfer. 'bout train time Til fill yes wih may not be said', t; > : 'r,
the wondrous Instrument which has had so of salvation a* menage* from heaven; for ing. Then they stand, the tour with opera Biosphere. Lying upon the ice they( fish, lift ye inter the wagon, an' ye tat 'car'e r '
much to do with the worship of the ages. just as certainly a*th*bird brought food to glass; dangling *>t their aid, singing, lose their flavor and spoil more read the depot"-JVow For TTwUy.Thrift. most wore. In' one tiJ ., ,f-

hi what improvement ha beat made un Elijah by the brook Cherith, so these wind Bock of Ages Cleft for Me,* with the sam, t true; It Wtj-but h '\ a 'i
ale the hand of organ builders such a* harmonies, God sent, are Bring to your soul spirit that the night before on the stags .6 :
Bernhard, Sebastian Bach and George with the bread of life. Open your mouths they took their part in the rand Duchess1' ily.The otin'yottdistinguisht : t t. '
Hogarth and Joseph Booth and Tboma and take it, 0 hungry Elijahs! or "Don Giovanni.". low' grades of molasses made on '
Ro john clear on down to George and Edward In addition to the Inspiring innate of our My Christian friends. bar w* a right to the Louisiana plantations are now Summer Resort Doctor-"Tha cause of Judge by what U
Jardine of our own day. I do not own day we bar a glorious Inheritance ot delegate to other the disoharg of this duty your illness is siinnly over-exertion. What only one blood-ptuifler that's gMe>:|t tanfeeA ,
wonder tbat when the first organ,that w* church psalmody which ha come down fragrant which God demands of-us, Suppose that sprinkled over the dry emitted cane, been doing t
l'Mdof.. given in 7S7 bj an emperor of theaeat with the devotions of other generation four wood thrushes should propose to do all, and materially Increases Us usefulnessas .you \ rowed It's D. Plane1 .Goldta' 4
to a king of France, sounded forth Its *-tune* no more worn out than they the singing tome bright day when the wood Thrifty Youth (feb\Y"I-1 this whssi J Ji 4 .
were when climbedup with bird voles It t decided twelve miles in two hours yesterday. S ,
full grandeur a woman tell into a delirium mr great-jtran'ifather* are ringing fuel for the furnaces. Me0 Dioyerand
from which her reason wa never restored. on room trom toe cuurcb pew to glory that four wood thrush shall do all the Mercy on nil t Wa had a land breeze ; t' 'lit :b, .
The majesty of a great organ skillfully Dear old souls, how they used to slug! When singing ot the forest. Let all the other The extreme danger to life attendant yesterday, and the thermometer was wt i '

played, but is almost how much too,the much instrument for human has endurance done. they grandmothers were cheerful used, our to sing grandfathers"Colchester.and" voice four warble keep silent It I* really How fine beautifully music. ':But the upon breaking jam of logs has been nearly 100 in the shade. Why did you or cure, b every,case U, you:'get"yotar b "I" 1 .f'

in re-enforcement of divine wrvicelt When they were very meditative, then the how long will you keep the forest still I' overcome by nstng dynamite cartridges row so hard!" money bak I'I't likely 't .
"will take all time and all eternity to cele board meeting-hotm rang with 'Sauth: Why, Christ would com Into that forest and "You doctor, I-I hired the boat the J" '
brate. Last April -when we dedicated this Street" and "dt: Edmond's." Were hey look np a* H*looked through the otiret, and on'the end of long poles. These aro by the le, and and I wanted to get bU '

church to the service of Almighty God Our struck"Woodstock.: through with" great Were tendernees they Be would wave Hi hand and say', "Le'eftIJthIDg pushed under the jam and exploded. the worth of my- te'} ea round, as Well at.o. l,
sang they wrappet in that hath breath praise Jh* money.-S c
was not more than half .
done. It has
organ time it cleanses and
visions of the of SmitVi OoodJfan .
Glory the church they ,
Sana An automatic belt that a aoter t N
now oome so near completion that this morning "Sion." Were Lord and, keeping time with the stroke of life-saving ,
overborne with the love
I preach a sermon dedicatory of this they innumerable wingsthere would be five thousand be Into ball fired froma ifies'' the system. All blood-polsotic J ..c
and glory ot Christ,, they sing "Ariel. And can shaped a Knew The '
mighty throne of sacred found. It greets bird voices leaping Into the harmony.. Roe
the eye as well as the ear. Behold this moun in aid thoee to certUn days there were and certain! tune mar. Suppose this delegation of musical per* gun, or thrown by baud, has recent must gar For Dyepepala, i0' .t,
tain-anthems 1 This forest of hosannahst hrmnt they has lived: former were tried in heaven; suppose that Experienced Traveler (at railroad restaurant Scrofula Salt-rheum
fnpeaoe a while these two old been tried the Thames. It rights ness, : I
It history is peculiar. great people, four choice spirits should try to do the singing ; ly on )- did that man at the tt ftx.
and have
divorce i
The late Mr.George Jardlns recently madea "What we God hath no:joined right together to let no of tbe upper temple. Hush now, throne Itselt upon contact trith tho water. other table give his order I" ,Espw any blood-taint or >?\ .
tour of tbe organs of Europe. He gathered and dominions and principalities. David ,.f ,
asunder. But bow hardhearted Walter'Bout ten minutes uh. ,
in his put we "the tweet! Some ot tho used ago, I i unequaled tIel.f "
up portfolio an account of all the must be if all the sacred music of the be still,though you were singerof monstrous cranes orer
excellences of the past, Israel. Paul! "What did he ordeir""Beefsteak '
keep quiet though
renowned instruments of you It's
the cheapest ;too.
and all the sacred music of the pl'MeD'doee In the Baldwin Locomotive Works at I :
music on the other side of the Atlantic and have come to that crown of rejoicing. Richard and fixin's, sab.How ." t th 'A .
not start heavenward. i
ell the new improvement and brought back I have also us notioe-t the power of sacred Baxter!' keep still though this 1* the"Saints Philadelphia lift a bIg' locomotive as much did he fee jouf you pay only for ,the j k }

.Brooklyn that portfolio Tabernacle to America should, have declaring the full that advantage song to soothe pertubation. You may have all the singing.vrhastingRat"But how Four loug spirits would nowdo easily!! as a mother does a' baby. Each "Quarter, lab" And nothing else is go010u a '1 .
in here this with
of all he had obtained, and although come many worrimente and moraine anxieties, -yet a ,great perhaps heaven be quiet How long? "Hallelujahf of them eaves the labor of ICO men "Well, h hal. dollar. Cook" him It may be better for the, g> ,
he did not live to would glorified Methodist from un- mother stesk me hli.
out his idea his some
carry son, cry ; '
if r%Edward Jardine, has introduced into this lost;all, in thoee the singing worriments of the and first anxieties.:hymn, You you der the altar. "Praise the Lord?' would and docs away with the necessity of ''e sab,"-Strttt A Sn tk'. Good I But he isn't the one' tLat'a, t,bWaL 'I
great organ all those improvement! and ting the martyrs from among the throne having I l'' '
haTe read in the Bible of Saul and how he a 1Iom'lllcaled"Yltem of tracks :
grandeurs, and while you hear this organ sad and and how the David 'Thanks be unto God who giveth us the victory ; ,helped. ,--- ;,; .
was boy
you bear all that is notable to the organs of came In and angry played the evil spirit out of r' a great multitude of redeemed'"spirit', for shifting Iho locomotives. JWics.HOW" "
Lucerne and Fribourg and Haarlem and St. would cry.Myriads.
him.' A Spanish king.. melancholy The TO GET WELL H
It is stated (hat Austrian chcm.
Paul and Westminister Abbey and othergreat windows were all closed. He sat in the of voice coming into the bar an

organs that have enraptured the world. darkness. Nothing could bring him forth many, and the one hundred and forty and 1st, Itorr Eckstein, has discovered a
In it are banked up more harmonies four thousand breaking forth into one acclamation.
until Faranell came and dinoursed music *-{>-' +*-'>-' *-t-f-fr
than can describe, and all for God three or four day to him. On the fourth Stop thai loud sluicing I Stop I Oh, substitute for celluloid, namod by .. \

and i the lighting of tbe soul toward day he looked up and wept and rejoiced, and no, they cannot hear m*. You might*well aline, that Is not inflammable. It ii a question of vital importance '. ., .; "
Him. ,1m four banks of keys. its the window were thrown open and that to drown the thunder of the iky, soul a
back le
onehundrd and ten stops and appliances, which all the splendors of the court could not the roar of th**.*. for every grainloss, odorless, transparent, tenacious but it is nt that
Its four thousand five hundred and ten pipes, do the power of long accomplished. If you heaven has resolved to do it*own ilnging.Alast equalyJmp'o you
and be drawn
it* chime of thirty-seven! bolls, its cathedral have anxieties: ana worriments, try this that we-should have tried on earth may harmless < ; "
diapson and petal double ..diapson its song : heavenly abarm upon them. Do not sit I that which they cannot do in heaven, and rolled luto film. It is described at use some remedy: i ..* M* \"'V'-, '.
,trumpet and night born and vox: humans down on the bank of the hymn, but plunge Instead of joining all our voloej in the praise health .
all all, w*dedicate to God and the souL Itwill in, that the devil of care may be broughtout I' ot the most high God, delegating: psrhaps composed of colophons, lac, copal, many people completely wrecktei, ; 1
I believe under the divine blesslnir lead of you. I' this most solemn and most delightful IeryiM. Dammara rosin :
eesontial oil of
uncounted thousands into the kingdom! Its It also arouses to action. A singing church .-" : turpohtlne by taking mercury and potash mixtres, ; :.; ,f; ; [ ': ;. ;

wedding marches, Its thanksgiving anthems, is always a triumphant church! It a congregation Now, in this church, we bar resolved and gun cotton. '1
its requieus will sound after all the voice II silent during the exercise: or partially upon the plan of conduction the muilo by organ the for pimples and blotches. or. some olthel |:. ./ ,,t 4 4trivial
,that follow ft today shall hare sung their silent, it Is the silence of death. It and cornet We do it for two rUS;>DI- Jntt as peregrine is the largest, ,

last song. To God the Father, God the Son when the hymn i* given out;, you hear the one is that by tnrowlug the whole.,responsibility so the merlin is the smallest of British disease. S. S, S. is purely '' ,r'\ .yt :
and God the Holy Ghost we dedicate its I faint hum of here and there a father and uo"n th! mass of, the oeoole. niakinc: : .j
There ha been much discussion! as to mother in Israel,while the vast majority are the great multitude the choir, we might' resident falcons.. Although not much vegetable containing,no mercury ,:,."f for fN .
where music was born. I think that at the rouse more heartiness. Th congregation:
silent, that minister of Christ who Is presiding '
larger than thrush this
beginning when the morning stars sang to needs to have a very strong constitution coming on the Sabbath day feel that they a handsome poison of kind. And i is at the '\ ; ,'
tether., and all the suns of God shouted for it he does not get the chills. He needs not cannot delegate this part of the great service little bird is full of dash and fire, and I. any .-
i joy, that the earth heard the echo. The only the grace of God, but nerve like whale' to any one else, and so they thamwl i- same time infallible cure for skin diseases. ''.' '
cloud on which the angels stood to celebrate bone; It II amazing how some people, who ..umelt. W* have had a glorious congregational commonly attacks birds moro than .:.f. : a :<; ,, I

the creation was ,the birthplace of song. nave voice enough; to discharge all their singing! here., People have com double its weight. It has been known Treaties on Blood aDd Side disease '
-- Inanimate nature Is full of God's stringed duties in the world, when they come into the many mile to hear It. THey are not sure {
and wind instruments. SUence Itself-perfect home of God have no voice to discharge; about the preaching' but they' can alwaysdepend ,to pull down a partridge, and it is THE SWIFT ,
enc&-1I only a musical rest in God' this duty. I really believe that It the church on thelln lDg.V e ave beard the sometimes terribly ''destructive to SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta Ga. .
creat anthem of worship. Wind among the of Christ could rise up and sing as it oughtto sound, coming up like "'the vote of many I !. I
leaves,Insects humming in the summer air, sing that where'e have a hundred souls waters," but it will be done at a better rate young grouse. Whllo nearly all of LLY'9. R6A VA BAL Ineammati.n tae Na.alP.r.te.

the rush of billow upon beach, the ocean far' brought into the kingdom of Christ there after awhflewhen we shall realise the height, the diurnal British birds of buildon the tl.n., llatora Ilia aln Testa w.and l/ane11, an.f Con.Il.als !,,. ,- .1.P 1.
out sounding Its everlasting psalm, the bobolink would he a thousand. and the depth, and the immensity of this prey a 4glj : .:

on the edge of the tol'fllltbe quail But I must now speak of some of the obstacles privilege.I rocks or trees_,, the merlin !nests' oa i fII&r ,
from the music. to state the other MY ,
.whistling up grass, are in the way of the advancement: this forgot reason why we
On Black well's Island I heard coming acred music. and the brat is that it has been adopt this plan. That is, we do not want the ground. Its eggs are usually found : \
i from a window in the lunatic asylum a very impreised into the service of superstition I any choir quarrels. You there has well In 'some depression on a abrlgh heather j
.'."ee' song It was sung by one whQhadJoat am far from believing: that music ought always that In scoro of churches been II lllvee tel a at once or n e ,
her masnn, and I have come to believe to be positively religious. Retinal art perpetual contention in that direction The' brae) or patch of ling, and thaio,aro',of pter! faro tAa Xatrffs.--I: i. ,,,kttr J/ ; {
that even the deranged and dUorded oleo has opbaed places where music has been secularised only church tight that ever occurred under the ) &, eatll.N.Y. .
i events of nature would make music to our and lawfully so. The drawing ray ministry was ,over a melodeon. in*my _brghteitvrod.fXI'a .. ----- >
ear, if we only bad acuteness enough to room, the musical club, the orchestra the first settlement HaTe you never been in repent' o( the I OSE / '; r.I
.; ,,-.>.- listen.: I suppose that even the sound inV concert, by tbe gratification of pure taste, church on the Sabbath day and heard the meeting Royal "German "s W" ; ,' I. !r.
< "' nature that are discordant and repulsive anrt tbe harmless amusement, choir sing, and you said, ,'That is splendid Society of Edinburgh,. Dr. A. Bruce !
make harmony in God' ear.. You know and the Improvement of talent, have become rocslc." The uext Sabbath you were jn read of I ogf till II "I' I jf
that you may come M near to an orchestra great force in tbead.anC8mentof our civil that church, and there' wa no choirat a paper 9caso tcyclopla, or I ,
'' that the sounds'are painful instead of pleasurable zation. Music has u much right to laugh in all. Why The leader wa mad,' single eye, which has como under- 'WI WV 'aK. [ I I' I ,
and I think we stand so near lvj-- Hurray gardens it' hu to' pray in t.Paul' or his assistants were mad, or they :3.50 k J i
'. stating storm and frightful whirlwind we ; were all .ma I together. Some: of the notice. Therewas single socket for ,, ,4 ,
cannot hear that which. makes to Ood's In the kingdom of nature we ha,.. tha glad choir are mad up of our best Christian the eye, of lozenge shape, and situated Syrup"We 'OLIf.E.'i' l t ,
ear and the ear of the spirit above usa fifing of the wind* well a* the long meter people. Some of the warmest friends bar :
music u complete u it is tremendous. psalm of tbe thunder; but while all this is ever had stool: up in them Sabbath after lit the mlddlo of tho base of tbf fore > 50'Z25 "JI' II j

The day of judgment which will be a day BO, every observer has notice that this art, Sabb-th, conscientiously and successfully head. The socket furnished with have selected two 01 '
of uproar and tumult, I suppose will bring which God Intended for the improvement ot leading the praises of Uod. But the majority was O .
,no dissonance to the ears of those who can the ear, and the voice!', and the head, and the of the choirs throughout the land are not two pair of eyelids, upper and lower. Croup, three.lines from leter U
calmly listen; although be a* when some heart, has often been Impressed into the service made up of Christian people and threafourthi The freshly received pa. 6o
great performer I* executing a boisterous of false religions. False religions han 'of the church fight originate in the :nose was represented by a short rents who have given German Syrup j

'. f piece at music, he sometime break down depended more upon the hymning of their organ loft. 1 take that back and *ay nlne- process of tissue and skin attached to to their children In the DOUGLAS .S l
5 instrument which he so it tenths. A great of our emergenciesof
i the on may congregations than upon the pulpit proclamation many ohnrohe are
'. {be on that last day that the play march of of their dogmas. Tartinlthe musical dying of choir tb.9 forehead above the medial! eye. .'A I Croup. You will credit these, $3 SHOEGKNcetllleN'&l'

:God. played by the fingers of thunder and composer, dreamed one night that Satan We want to rouse aU our families to the microscopic scctlop of the socket because they come from substantial THE BIIT8HOI11HWOfTIUGi i
"artnquake and. conflagration, may break snatched from his hand an instrument and duty of sacred W* w.i each go
-down the world upon whioi the music is ex. played upon it somsihing very sweet_ of our congregation song to be a singing" IOboo family. showed' two rudimentary eyes, with people, happy Ian Q bv .r6 ., 1
,* '.cuted. Not only U inanimate nature full dream that has of tea been fulfilled la our Childish petulance, obduracy and lotraotabllity the two rudimentary retina apparently what so many Camie.lack- t.t to*waau wtarlaff of W.all' DauiUu and HUM/an the' y
sa* ,
of.mnd;but God has wonderfully organized day the voice and: the Instruments thatoubt would be soothed If we had more sing icine *>lal' foet-waar*e far th* I
'the human voice so that in the plainest to han b3la devoted: to Christ, captured lug in tbe household, an 1 then our little one springing from a .single optical! coathug evi drug, whic beware *f throat and lungs there are fourteen direct from the church and applied to purposes would be prepared for ..' congrega vesicle. mother can administe cn.fdec tog lust a* food, sad b* ...era havespiuShoes _W, &.' "iTHS t
:muscles which can make over sixteen thou- of superstition. tion on the Sabbath day,their voices uniting ones in their with asm* prlo* stain W litI1'TAU ,
t ll
sand different sounds, and there are thirty Another obstacle nas been an inordinate with our voices in the praises of the Lord. hours safe and &tm. W. D.I. Bwkfoo, Ho**..W' '
indirect muscles which .can make, it has fear of criticism. Tb*vast majority of pao- After a shower ther are score of stream How to Tell When Life It Extinct. sure : evnsTl4t7TL.p' 4' iIII
been estimated, more than one hundred and pie singinz In'church never want anybodyelse that come down the mountain aid with I tat it will carry tem thron -h. Isslst..local sdrerUsd o al fiapplyUny *h,' '."j
;eventy-threa million of soundsl to hear them des;. K very body i* wait- voice rippling and silvery, pouring in on The French Academy of Science If. Wu r *. Ju.W.XJaa

/u Now, I say when God bas so constructedthe in;for somebody else to do his duty. It we river and than rolling in united strength to ten or fifteen years ago offered a prizeof Alma, leb. rnlt COlee
/ human voice and wben he has IDled the all sang tnen the inaccuracies that are e.ldent the Ma. So 1 would have all the families la to my Uarosbur I
C whole earth with harmony, and when he when only a few sing would not be our church send forth the vole of prayer and $8000 for the discovery of .some troubled with Croup la upon .1L.'J47'

,recognized it in tbe ancient temple, I have a heard at all; they would tw drowned out. praise,pouring it into the great tide of public means. by which even tho inexperiencedmight and never saw any ia attack 0 Coup
right to come w the conclnrion; that God God only asks yon to do as wall u you can, worship that rolls on and on to empty Into preparation act like with my durh.
.J ved mnslc. and then, If you get th*wrong pitch,or keep the great, wide heart of GoX &>vr oaa wa at onco determine whether; Ina It It 1* simply ml. ter, and find '
'' I propose this morning la setting apart wrong time He will forgive any deficiency ban our church *>ng a* It ought until our case death! f5CIIlonvaluable remedy.I I! : .
this organ for sacred use, to speak about ... of the ear and imperfection of the vole families sing a* they ought. given had ensued or not. Fully one-half of our customersare .
i rad music; first showing you importance Angel will not laugh if yon should lose your : There will be a great revolution on this A physician obtained the prize for .> .r _
juj.l! tben stating some of the obstacle to Its place in the musical Kale, or come in at the subject in all our churches. God will comedown mothers who use Doshee'. German .\ ;.
advancement. close a bar behind. by His spirit and rouse up the old having discovered the following well. Syrup among the children. Pat

'- I draw tbe first argument for the importance There are three schools of doling, I am hymn and tuna that ban not Mr.UlOl'8 known phenomenon: If the band of A medicine to be successful with the
of sacred musio from the fact that told-the German school, the Italian school than hair.w..e__ toe UJDeot ai ,
Uod commanded it Through Paul He tells and the French school of staging. Mow, I The silent pew in the church our grandfather will- toe suspected dead person Is held little folks must be a treatment torte ,

;'ILl to admonish s One another in p through would like to add a fourth school and that brakforth: into made: ,and whoa the con- toward a candle or other artificial sudden and terrible foes of child
*hymns and spiritual songs, and I II the school of Christ. The yoioe of a contrite doctor take.his place on the Sabbath day ,,
UJavid He cries out, "Sing ye to Go:!, all yet broken heart, although it may not be there will be a great host of voioas nuhinc: light with the fingers extended and one whoopingohugh,croup, diphtheria
.kingdoms of the earth." And there are able to stand human criticism, nuke better I Into the harmony. My OirfatUn frUudsTlf and the dangerous inflammations .
'bondrels: of other passage I might name music to God' ear than the most artistio w*baTe DO taate for this wrrlcsj on .artb. touching the other, and one looks of delicate throats and lunoL -.. A
.proving that it is u much a mans duty to performance* when the heart 1* wanting I what will we do In harem, where they. ail through the spaces between the durer. I
sing u it ja his duty to pray. Indeed, I know it i*easier to preach on this than it I* slog and slag forever EWIS' 98 % LYE
think there are more commands In tae Bible to practice,but t stag for two rsaaons-first, 1.-- to rouse you to a unanimity 'ha toward the light, there appears a scarlet -

to sing than there are to pray. because I lie* it, and next, because I want Cbrbt.iaIae that Has never yet tn exhibited. red color where the fingers touch 'ovssrd as4 nrfamsa.
V' God not only asks for the human voice but to encourage those who do not know how. I Coma, now I clear your throats lrarsrrea.tBtrongufaudptln4Lyewads.
*for instrument of music. He ask for thecymbal have but very littf e faculty in that direction, and gel ready for this duty oryomhWnever each other, due to ,the blood still,, circulating :
i'1 and the harp, and the trumpet, as yet I am resolved to sing. God ha commanded hear the end of this. I never shall forget It showing Itself Uki the 5.51 perfumed HardSoap JIWSM
+tiwelastheorgan. And I suppose that in It, and dare not be silent Haeallton bearing a Frenchman w through l 3 QIU.urit\ot toil atd r..m the public! wr* 4t.
't.helut day of the church, the harp, the the beast, on the cattle, on the dragon Uis*- on the Chsm irj"M, tissues which have not congested. inf. fe softening cutting and flp*BahM**o* Jll r oo* '
Jut, the trumpet and all the instrument of to praise Him and we ought not be behind bforth* bastterf Sedan In 187Q. never When life Is water, chousing 11'.pipe altbu ,. sou* of these J Ik
;music whether they have been in the I8I'Tioe the cattle and the dragonsAnother aw such an hnsiasrn before)or sine*. A entirely extinct the ,dldafscting.Inks," beQ4aad th uujEpphlr .
of righteousness or sin will be brought by obstacle that ha been In the way be song that national air chi bow th phenomenon of scarlet space 'betweenthe lag botU, paints tr***, mood.,, rel"{P. ** and !>< <
w .
-'their masters and laid down at the feet of of tile advancement ot this holy art ha FrsochoMo shouted Have'you iv' fa an SALT "'8. CO., ace .AJYMI prie Ito i lhwu ,
"ChrIst, and then sounded in the church's been the fact that theN ha beta so much English Uod Save-Queeor the baa4 play fingers at once ceases. The most PENN Itila. j'p.Tuvtni"1 '.ri>_'"' ", i
triumph on her way from suffering into angry diicnssioa on the subject of muai;. know &he :you have, you extensive and thorough trials established wele.t.b. .
.cJory. Praia y. the lardf Praise HIm There ar those who would baTe this sun omathtnc about the lGtbu.el..u & BU.Ut O< .srul tf
with your ToiceI. Praise Him with string I elM conducted by musical hwtmmwiU. lAthe a national air. the truth of Ibis observation. 550 REWARD .t '

instrument and with organs.I ,. same chorea there ar tho** who do not Sow I tell you that thaw song w* slog .
draw another argument for the import* Ilk modal instruments and sole is organ Sabbath by Sabbath are the national airs U : m 'a cDOl'J
anti of this exercise from the impressiveness and no organ and there i* m fight. la and Jams if ChrM and of tb* kingdom of heaven, Tallies ef ftnlgm Coins. t. : OPW.--:
of,this exercise You know aomethug of another church it i*a question whether the you do notearn to slag town her, w" I t '
what secular music has achieved. You mnsio shall be conducted by a prcosator or Moss how do you ever expect: to des; th soar of The Director of the Mlot has estimated 1..r _._ .u.. m f
know'it has made IU impression on town'meats by a drilled choir. Horn want a drilled and the Lamb I should mot be aurprtedat the value of the standard coins '
upon lan, upon literature, upon choir sad some want a prwwotor, and the alllf sooieof the best antbentof A KANSAS "?
whole generations. One inapU'1qair national Is a flint. Than thsr* are the** who would heaven wan mad up of torn ot the hem .of the nations of Hi* world to be used & c LIX1. FARMS c-
is worth thirty thousand men a* like to the church to have the organ played soocscn earth. May God iaoreoM oar revenue iPEPlSIOH'j
time in the toe CtristUa psalmody and k la fixing tbe value of all foreign I merchandise ..l. Wtiuli.KrT.v. ..
BS ;
Undine army. Then come a In a dull lifeless droning way white there from i /odlfrrno. p tm"r.10f U"atur c 4. .a
battle when one buglate worth a thousand or*other who would ban* it wreathed into disgracing; by and exported to the United States 'r r '
toll that BO nation fantastic branching out in jet and spangle frivolity. 'oewe4ssr.yweal into "s. _. ssooaariaa
Bosket*. I have to you ; battl .. a. epn
or church can afford to severely cooonils of sound, rolling and fnsains la saarveJaosconvnltioo h*stood at the bad of than cc.and *day, pn or after July lexpress In any of '

la music. *. a* when, la pyrotechnic die ton g of*veoat th "Old UM loss;BMvdoixolory* to the inch metallic currencies. Th follow MmJ' la Y.... + TL ; (J;
after think a piss; exhausted, Hundredth and that great .. :agwq aj. A. N.I ..
play you .
Many of yon are fihutration of what la wheels, roekst bean, altar mpany by oampany.nciawnt I by r**> lag gives the values of the coins which 1. xy..a.IdMMx..rBat .
sored. Mug can do. Through. TOO were and .epr.le drnnonstratiooa.Born .... battalion by Ssaalton, josWln th* changed
ire from the circular of April
brought Into the kingdom You stood out against tile argument and the inaudible* sweetness organ and others would Prate God fern wheat .. ill. ***,* sew I: Iyln of ; peso J'
waning of the palpit but whan in the that ftmtn Him,alt__ NN ere.; Bl,1 0.74
weet word of Isaac Watts or Charles Wes bar It full of stannqtn passage make Near.bla seti ye w.a.i )1 Cetrl 6te., fCUMj Cough Itdteias, ltee'ormteoded' .
the of the aodunos jutop. with great f**and hair Hate*rats**, tea all' Curve whs.. aa11 eta falls. by Ph leiari.; .
Keatoa Plsaaat
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on b.Ih'al
And whO 1t1 ts.N. GhiLireq
song to your: soul then snr- Endor. Ana b.e who trims to pleas all they song they march, sad without ebjeptbon, Iii +gltl.ts.
rendered, a* armed east!*that could not betaken everything.. Nvrtiis while they snardMd thy foochl aad white / China, 11.21; peso ofColomD1a
fail you
b, a host lift its window to listen to aharp' hill that tai antes which aa.&boy got U* viciory. Oh, BMSI $ .75* .
the fact ; snera of Ecuador
toadmit ,
are and womaot ot Jesse Christ ,
thrill. Thar wa a Scotch soJdisr lot'*go into all
dying In New Orleans and a Scotch soinlstef to eoiar on th, not church In hundreds of to ,United bat la BUM taaanadjuf *- ear.....smut;the. praises of God and $>o 7361 of IndI '0.1; silver -
came la to give... th*consolation ot the then ia.-d of faJUoc hack a* w*often a*. -'-'-
"Mfwl. rbe mall tamed over on his pillow to-dar; i* a aitfuy blndr nn* to Site *** fKSBdfattoaWaaw* will te snarohiagltoth ra'nof; $ ". 0 Fern,

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Tltusville Presbyterian Sunday 'Lake Worth. c.r.2 OLO'Jar: : 'G !_"1 \ : .
School. -- \ Q- Yl fflI Z s: !
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Secretary's quarterly report for third Duck are commencing to fly rfouth.. I -H :-" ..:) <.,. i t'11 ::4fi -
I : "I : ym Every Pair Guaranteed.Stock .
quarter of 1801J Capt. H. B. Shaw in Palm Beach } r--. '" .
was .. =a n
t+ ... 'm"r-1o Iij. .: and most reasonable for
ATTENDANCE Ot SCHOLARS.Percentage Friday; ... .. ". fi most complete, prices quality .of goods. Also
.' : '.II. ''II 4, complete line of HOSIERY, GENTS' _FtJKNISIllNO GOODS a
Clara Of The Ruby Dye start .this week for M : :'-lJ)r +. 'mY. '. ..1.' .' r ..1-3'....... ,
; .. 2 '" HATS AND
Clans. average attend'oe.L Tltusvllle. L'JI, tJ fI1 : ....-4 o CDy : 4o OAPS.t
W. E. Dale, 7} ant> Capt. U. D. ITendrickson left for Wash .n.. ". .,It.. *., ,/- ,* ,<' ,..' : .: : '<::4t,1 Come And see the latest style In DEUBA'S and CRUSH HATS.
2. F. S. Thomas, 7 70 ington last week '_ L""4 ...
3. Mrs. Paddlson 3 tl-i2'6.6-18 ."i '-:' ",,11\..,. "_ I ," ., "S ....... c::>I ,
4. Lena Norwood, 8 1-12 89 19-41 Mr. Albert Laubach started for Gainesville 1I Ii ; l"'J & 0 20 Per Cent off Straw''Hats,

6. Mrs. Wiley, 4* '777-8 on the 18th. :' I -' I1 EJ' ...... rr'g t1,; To Close them Out
6. Mrs. Rumph, 21t. 7213-20 Prof. Klnzcl left Lake Worth' for the H pi': i 1 c.r.2 _
Dodson 4 7-12 70 7-18 () H '
7. Jessie North on Tuesday. Pit
8. Mrs. Scobte, ST 70 p ; : ',. a S 0 DRY 'GOODS HOUSE FURNISHING ,GOODS ETC ETC
9. Annie FaddMon, _8f 64 6-21 Cnpt. :Fred Vow was'a pleasant caller i,1JL ,

62 5-0 x In IlypoluxoFriday. I H1ch I1j b1

ATTENDANCE OF TEACHER Percentage. tnsville The sharpie this week.Illinois will start' for Tl- T j ray j '- Ro.0)1:1'. : s., "More Value for a $ than Any Other House in the State,"

1. W. Eo Dale..r. .... .... ,...100 tJ Q c
2. F. S. Thomas.... ...........* 75 Mr. Pitta and G. W. Lainhart returned 0)H' 0s l J. P. TURNER & COGroceries
3. Mrs Pftddlaon.... .... .... .... 01.l)() from Arch Creek, on Friday.Mr. O 2;: Z a ;
4. Lena Norwood.... .... ........ .66.66IS. Chag. Serjeantson and cousin, Mr. PJ'' H .sn :e: 5i t=

Mrs Wiley... .... ....; ....... 01.60 Stokes, spent SundayMn Palm Beach. P ,. tj J i E. :Id: :E3eC:
6. Mn. Rumph.... .... .... ..<.,.. 1.600 "fl' S ,
7. Jessie Dodson.... .... .... .... 83.33 'Louis and Guy Bradley came in on 0)- 2:' 3 iii c
8. Mrs. Scoble... .... .... ......100 Friday, with two deer, which they. tookto .t C) l'" J r: O-t:: 'Grain Seed
0. Annie Paddlson.... ........',. 01.60 Palm Beach to selL I II) I Q I ob Hay, Garden ,.: Fertilizer
The 'Lake Worth will (D 5rn
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running oil her old route, between Juno O 8I [ I call the Attention ff the People of Indian River to my Stock of

1. W. E. Dale. and Hypolnxo, before long. H {DD LIJ nim Staple Sc Fancy Gr cerics, Fruit
8. Mrs. Scoble. (D.r.I ,
Mrs. R. B. Moore and daughter, Mrs.
SCHOLARS. ( I And Food Products
1. A. B. Crawford. Hendrickson, left for the northern part H.... I H b Of'All Kinds. Also My.Stock of '
of the State .
on Saturday.Mr.
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8.2. Birdie Jeanette Mabbette.Paddlson. Wm. McCormick and Mr. Bowdell (D .. 4W ... .: ......- & c Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal

4. Wyatt Brown, Eugene Rumph, have gone to Jupiter, to spend a few m C Ground Food and Wheat.I ,
George Rnmph, Carroll Branning days, fishing and hunting. 3 : V
the only house Indian River in the above
6.' Willie Branning, Raymond Branding am on dealing exclusively line of
Edith Branning, Eddie English, Mr. A. W. Garnett has put up a large Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit
shed his Island land. lie will '
Willie English, Arthur Brown, Bessie on use it your patronage. Very truly
Crawford, viola CastelL for a packing house next winter. BREYARD COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President. E. '31s. :$: R: A: Y.

'8. Charlotte Spencer. Master Willie M. Moore started Saturday ALBEBT A. TATIOB, Secretary. d
i). Harold Haskins. for Rollins College, Winter Park, GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S.'GRAHAM,

""Number school......0...u.. 86 Fla., where he will attend school duringthe INDIAN RIVER Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.
Average attendance.... .... .... 62 &-6 ensuing term. STATE BANK; Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.
Percentage of attendance.....1.. 70x Misses Bella and Ella Dimick left on
Collections for quarter....,.. ,. .$16.80 Saturday for RollAis College, Winter I '
REAL ESTATE Robbins & Graham
1889.Report rendered LENA Sunday NORWOOD, Sept., Seo'y.27th, during Park, Fla the,next where term.they will attend school COCOA, LORIDA"I .

A Cheap Bargain. Mr. Hargroos and family moved from Incorporated- 1880.CAPITAL EXCHANGE .ESTATE.I I
Palm Beach to Hvpoluxo, bn the 29th. LAW LOANS AND REAL
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10} acres hickory and oak hammock Mr. Hargroos will carry the mail from -* '- ,, .
about' four and one-half acres clearIand Hypoluxo to Motto, on BIscayne Bay, Paid Up, $25,000. ,

orange planted trees,with Just one coming hundred into and bearing.fifty during the next year. Authorized- ,..r$100,000. COCOA, Indian River, FLA. We have For Sale a Large List of Carefully Selected Mm

Mr. J. W. Porter Is getting his muck
Situated at Eau Gallie beautiful loca- '
; land In nice for and is ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.*
tion. For Information address, shape planting, and River Properties.
of ill Kinds Bought
GOOD & IIooo, starting an Immense number of tropical Honey to Loan'it Lowest Rates. Property

.'4* Melbourne, Fla. foliage which Is plants.looking lie very has nicely.a large pine The field slips, DIRECTORS!t; Exchanged Agents for ,Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Line

came from Elliott's Key, and were G. S. IlABDEE, President Canal and Transportation Co.CAN19CL .
'}Ir. C. B. Jones, of Spring Hilt: Iowa, brought here by the Ruby Dye. :JAMES HOLMES'Vice-President. 1 B3JAll: Inquirlee will be promptly
lays: ,"I have used Chamberlain Pain R. B. HOLMES, Cashier. and reliably answered. Fire: Insurance LA1VDS.Florida : .
Balm for severe and,painful burns with Capt. H. B. Shaw's schooner Corinne.l ALBEBT A. TATLOB, J. .M. SANDERS, written standard companies. at lowest Southern Railway, Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway Company
better effect than anything else I have on the beach, just south of the bar, at J. F. WootEiR ,rates. Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,
ever tried. It relieves the pain Instantly Jupiter. Light wind and heavy northerly v and other Low Priced Lands.
and cures without leaving a scar." rolls were the canse. The Life Saving -- -
Money: to Loan 3JL-\craiya oar :Hand:
Pain Balm is one of the most useful Station crew Is hard at work, trying '
medicines that any family can be 'pro- to get her off. Capt. Shaw says he docs At Ten and Twelve per eent,'in mint to'jittt. *
vided with, especially for rheumatism, not think she is In any danger, and ex.: Write for Descriptive Price List,of Carefully! Selected Properties.

I lame back, sprains, bruises, tooth-ache poets to get her off safely. : The Clyde Steamship ,Co. Address,_p. o. box 108, Titusville, Fla.,
ear-ache aud like 'ailments. One application
Capt. Moore has, without a doubt, theprettiest ,.
will relieve the pain 'and a fair
walk' Lake Worth.
grass on ED STILIN'G.Cocoa
trial Insure a cure. 60 cent bottles for A.aD .
From the shore to the house, a distance
sale by Dixon Gray. 84tIlobe of nearly one hundred yards, the grass Indian River Florida
.r. Is kept short and green. .The walk Is ,
Sound. nearly twelve feet wide, in the Dealer In
middle of an avenue of tall cocoanut I :
The beautiful section of the lower trees, and on either side there are choice PAINTS, HARDWARE, STONES,, TINWARE & AGATEWARE,
Indian River known varieties of hibiscus pink red and yel '
Ilobe Sound Is
as "Iii'I"uiiENow iI
coming into more prominent notice since low. Capt Moore deserves much credit PLUMBERS' Jfe MILL SUPPLIES, OILS; GLASS & PUTTY, TABLE
the establishment of a post-office there, for his beautiful place.A ,.
bearing the name of the Sound. It is a
beautiful oval shaped basin, the southern Misses surprise Dlmick party on Thursday was given evening to the by ; DOORS, S VS3EE:, BIjJJN:: : : JL S, aB.XOK' ,

terminus of Jupiter Narrows, and all of the young people of Lake Worth, Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath. -
presents a panorama of exceeding lovllness Juno, Hypoluxo and Palm Beach. Dana luna, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Glue
to the eye of the traveler, accustomed ing started at eight o'clock, and was 'ii. .. Doors, Cook Stoves and Ran Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
for the past several hours to the tortuous kept up until eleven, when refreshmentswere I ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
windings of the narrows, with the served by Mrs.Dlmlok, In the shape York,, Charleston and Florida Lines.The Cream Freezers; Brick,. Lime, Cement ,and '
fantastic mangrove-bordered shores a of several delicious cakes and some excellent Chimney Pipe; Flags sir Bunting; _
dense tangle through which a sunbeamcan lemonade. Afterward dancingwas Tablq and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work etc., etc.
hardly force an entrance. Suddenly continued until nearly two o'clock. magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application.- Correspondent

sound the grand stretches, tranquil Its"sheet of water the The sharpie Illinois,Capt. Charlie Pierce, 'to sail as'follows : solicited and estimates furnished promptly. '
fair length before
then carried the folks all to their
the boat's prow; to the west rise high respective homes.young No doubt some of CALLING AT CHARLESTON. S.' C., BOTH WAYS.
bluffs .crowned with waving pines under them dreamed of the delightful time (RAXDAKD TIKI.)
,which the white sands ami From Jacksonville.Her The
glisten shadows From Mew York Palace
had and of what nice there
they roses Carpet
( :29,K. B.) 8TKAMXR Florid
To the east the low rank
play. were at the hoteL "....... .... ,
Frldmy BeptSSth, atS r. M ..8EMINOLK" .Thnrsdmy, Oct. lit, M S.60
that ?
growth skirts the beach
sea along TOM. Monday. Sept.98th,M S r. ..-......1ROUUOI8*........Sunday, Oct. 4th, at 5.00.x.wedwsayHept.lothMr.N."A .
which but a few rods distant on the OONQtIN!. ,......8UDd.y.. Oct. 8th.. as ea.alt.
other side froth and play the ocean -- J'J1day. Oct. 3d at a.. : .....Tnnrsoay, uci. BIO, atOct. l.JU 48 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.. "
waves,sea birds dart in and out -Don't wear ripped coats and pants, Monday; Oct. .. r. M.1i"YI MA88LE":::.....Sunday, llth, at 10.00 said. ,. .
fort I Wednesday,Dot. 7th,at 3 .. *.....MBEM1NOLK ..........Tuesday Oct. 13th atOct. 13.00 .. .
the bushes fishes Hash back and when you can get them mended so cheap. Friday Oct. thatS .. M...." IMVMTI iTSV. .... ...Thursdty, 16th, at 1.30 .... Where you will find the very best selection of ..
and under the keel, and at.night their ly. I will make and meld at a reasona-- Monday. Oct. 12th,at 3 .. M.......A1.G NQU.'r..8unday.. Oct. 18th at _.30 LX.Wednesday .
,Oct. Hth,at S r, .p.UCHJtROKETueaday., Oct.20th at '.00 A.M.
meteor-like course marked by the phosphorescent ble price, and I wish to solicit the patronage Friday Oct. lath at S ..M.S'.."YEl1Ani. z ...,....Thurs iay. Oct. aid: at 7.30 AJf.10JO Carpets, Mats, .,
:waters is an Interesting Monday. Oct. Inn,std .. ..,... !!EMINO { ........8UDday. Oct. iftth, at ..... '
sight A passage through this sound reminds of any who wish to have such Wednesday, Oct. 21st, at a .. ..J.IROQUOI8. ':.......Tuesday, Oct. ma, at 12.30 P.M. Shades, Oil cloths,
one of the and work done. Mrs. S. J. 3tf Friday Oct. S3d ata .. ...... .ALO NQUll..s".Tbunday, Oct. 89th, at 1 JO P.M.
poetic elaborately Young. Monday. Oct. 1II1J1,at S .. ......UCHJtROKEE, .......Sunday, NOT. !!t1 at JO A.M.e Mattings, Lace curtains,
artistic "Domain of Arnhelm. Thereare Wednesday,Oct.ttth at a .. ......-YKMABiiKK '. .Tuesday NOT, Srd, at j A.M.
winding ways the magnlnclent, Order a Suit.J. Friday. Oot.Sethas3 .. ......"aKMivniKjV. ...4..TburJda1., Noy. 6th, at .JO AJf.l .Rugs. Cornice poles

the scenery which ,we and have the been gorgeous prepared outcomefor by P. Turner & Co. have Just added St Johns River Line. Potiers. China Silks,

each succeeding-beauty. Lying In close the finest display.of samples,. for merchant And Mosquito Nets. '
proximity to the sea, to Jupiter, being tailoring, that It has been our
the pathway of the transportation lines good fortune to see In this country, and For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on Estimates given. Samples len. The only exclusive carpet house in Florid
and above all the wonderful adaptability the prices are very reasonable. With the St. Johns River.' Our Goods are TILE BEST, and the Price THE: LOWEST,
of beautiful country contiguous to successful over three hundred samples to select Mail orders will lecelve prompt attention.Curl. .
pineapple! culture-all these characteristics from. You can leave your measure and
appeal very strongly to thoseIn get Just as nice a fit as If you personally Steamer "EVERGLADE"r : dt: Oortoett,

search of homes. There is a number stepped into your own tailor In New .Jacksonville for Sanford Boadays Tuesdays and Thursdays,at (JO r.x. EatnrnInf 4aept- mo 48. West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla._
of homesteads being improved and cultivated York or Chicago and ordered your suit ,leaves Sanford Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays,at 10 A... -
; and, fortunately, there are many Suits furnished In from 8 to 12 days. *tf Steamer U"W"ELAKA"

more settler still can unoccupied.make good selection The prospective here.- rJaekaoDYlUe. for Sanford Mondays and Fridays, at :SJO r.M. BetomlnK,.lee.... GEO. LESTER & CO.
Fort Pierce. 8&Dford Sundays and Wednesdays,at 1M A.M.
Tropical Hun.Range. The abov..teusus are fitted np with Arsttlasi accommodations for passengers and the
tablet will supplied with best la market.

Temperature Mr. Dickie left on Saturday's steamerfor General Passenger and Ticket flce.88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. RECEIVERS OF

la TUuvIlle Lake Worth. F.) IKONMONOKB.Jfw Florida Passenger Agent 88 West Baj fit.,Jacksonville,Fla. '
For the week, ending last night, Oct. W. F. OGDEN FAY, Traveling Passenger Agent Bowling Onsen,New York.J. .
Senator Quay's house U rapidly nearIng .O. PKMMP. Freight Agent,on wharf foot llogaa Street,Jacksonville,Fla.
1, 1891, as compared with that of the completion. >. JOHN L. HOW AlLD.Florida Freight Agent,foot Laura Street,Jacksonville..Fla. ORANGES LEMONS BANANAS
I J. A.LKSLIK Superintendent,foot Lanra Street,Jacksonville .
corresponding week In 1800. Recordedat Mrs. Jennings and son returned from THKO. OEnTrMoManagerSBowltngGreen,New York.
the U. 8.Weather Bureau office TI. Tltusville last week. UAKSHAUL H.CLYPK......Tramp Manager Bowling Green New York. I ,

tusvtlle.Dy en Mr.route John for Baird here. last week, WM. P. CLYDE & CO., GenM Agents., .A.JSID GEES,
Max. Mla
Max. Mln II South Wharves,nOUdelphU. 5 Bowlln*Green.Hew York.
1890. SEPTEMBEB.: 1801. Mr. Meets took his two dau &ten to

25 88 78 84 74 Titusvllle last week. They were on their I t 264, Washington Street New. York.We
SO 85 69 84 69 way to Sanford. I .
27 85 74 84 68 The steamer landed a large load of :JNDJ: :. ..N RI'V'ER :EtOr..t:'..tJJ:..,,
28 83 70 83 74 lumber at Mr. Dittman wharf but SAt- ,

29 30 83 84 67 70 80 80 W 71 urday. They are going to build a large. Issue.a WEEXLY PRICE LIST, and shall be pleased to forward It to 10on -
OCTOBEB. fish house there. A TITUSVILLEIndian receipt of a postal card.

1 83 72 81"10 Parson Cove held service here last Stencils Furnished on application _

J. E. LANOPETTE Observer. Sunday, In the new Baptist church. It : : River Reference: Wholesale Fruit Trade of the country. '
was a fine day and there wu quite a Fla.
Market llevlew. large congregation presentWe

NEW You, Sept. 28, 1891. need a hog law her very much as RICHARD W. GOODE. JAMES T. HOGG.

We note the arrival to-day, of several they are allowed to run at large, and : L 1[. MABBETTE,
lines of Florida lemons, some of whichare people have to go to the expense of a Florida
of fine quality, and sold at $3.60 to costly fence and W.then they T.get HAKBUT.In. '" PBOFB. Real Estate Exchange -
$L00; other line green, and more or
less roughness of skin, sold at $2.23 to
All The
Open Year.
$3.73. A few boxes of oranges arrived 'VVI.111.azn: : : Futon, MELBOURNE Brevard Co., FLA. .
but quality generally Inferior, and aeU- -
lag at M to M.73 a box. General out Dravman. Only a few minute' PROPERTIES OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT SOLD A EXCHANGED.
look Is done at reasonable rates. Attends
favorable for Immediate shipments Hauling
from Railway depot PAID FOR
of and meets all arriving
choice thln- 1nned lemons. all departing,
We advise close grading. Paper-wrap trains. and Steamboat landings. CONTRACTS TAKEN FOB SETTING OUT ORANGE GROPES AND

all fruit, and pack 1n tight boxes lined Orders left with G. B. Rumph or at On the banks of the PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS.
with paper, which will cause fruit to ADVOCATE office will receive prompt far-famed Indian River.W. IndIan River LandI a epee.witParties wishing to invest oz having JaDdJ for
dpea well In transit G. S. PALUXJU attentionS axle would dQ wen to ,

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