East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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October 9, 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.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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Vol. 8. No. 9. TITUSVILLE. Indian Diver, FLA.. FRIDAY, OCT. 9., 1891., Price, 5c- .- % /,$'


-MissSewall, of New York started -Mr. F. T. Budge Is having an addition Choir, practice ai Episcopal church -For,the latest In hats, always go to Canaveral Comes to the .

down the river Wednesday.Mr. built to the east end of his store.. .to-morrow (Saturday)) evening at ':30. tho Bazaar! Tho following paragraph- appeared In : i tl

Mortgage deed, Warranty deed C. Chaffee of Ankona" has -J. P. Turner & Co. have just opened '-Mr.'J. F, Stewart, of Brantley wasa '-Mr. J. D. King of Chicago was In tho report of. the phosphate convention' ,

Quit-Claim Satisfaction deed of mortgage Bill Tax of certificate salo, been in town a few days this week. a beautiful line of prints ginghams, flan visitor, to town, yesterday town this morning. contained hthe Timti.Vhm of la iFriday +,

Tax sale deed Leases -Mr. Fred: D. Valentine, of Mel. sole cretons etc, etc. -Holy communion at Episcopal : ; a
-fBny; the ADVOCATE at Dr. Bcrovcn'sdrug A mo sen ao:. .
Donor Title of mortgage' Pweclpe summons for etc bourne, ia spending a couple of days In -The Equitable Life '''Assurance Co. store, 60 per copy. church on Sunday morning.Miss "To-night 1Y.11. U&rrlson1'111 ask t1ut' ,, 1"
For sale at the ADVOCATE office. One, town. has appointed Mr. Howell Titus as their! Laura Lorlmler Is now In Jacksonville meeting to Indorse a request to congress ''
In this townSend -M3 pt. W. H. Sharpe of Sb rpo'll. her Mrs. for aid to build breakwater, tut a railroad '
JOc.J t throe, B5c.; dozen 60c.; one hundred -Mr. II. Mahattie, of Hobe Sound. agent on'Islt to sister
$3. came to town Sunday, to attend to will be built from Pemberton Perry .
came up to town on Wednesday, and expects your watch and clock repairing Ironmonger.' y i
Canaveral Atlantic
Also attachments In nets six to Cape on ,
Commissioner' business. ,
; to return homo to-night. to Chan. K. to J. County Sackctt who ha boon '"
sets lt $:;.00.. Ten In each set. Copyright. Morgan, successor -Mrs. F. B. coast into which harbor ocoan-carrying

.. -Messrs. E. R. Provost, W. A. Ron. E. Ender & Co., Tltu vll1e. 8Mossra. i-Capt. Q. Stewart of Coquina, came visiting friends at Malabar ,is In' town vessels can enter and transport all ,the 3

," Wedding:::"\ Cards aid, Silas Smith, and others from Brant- J. H. and M. S. Sams and up to town Monday. The Captain has again having arrived on Sunday' Florida phosphate to Europe of this at section f2'1ton and lens of South'tlian' j ,

We shall be pleased to' S .ley were visitors to town this week. T. II. and W, R., Sanders of Courtney been Buffering from a bad cold) steamer. '- by tho present route. '

!U Job receive Work--envelopes share of your J Bread Is the "staff of life." Altree' wore in town this week. Mr.Geo.; B. Humph has returned -County Commissioner C.: J. Hector The same Journal publishes( the art- a'
{ } from New where he went to dregs referred to in full In It* Indus of
letter-heads 8t.cake falls to make It. lOo purchase has been in town this week attending to
.EI ,note-heads, YO never Service, morning and evening at the last Saturday. A* this Is a matter in
blll-heiulft, statements yp 15o mail. 23t.f.Mr. now and fashionable goods. his duties. Mr. Hector walking
: package; by, Episcopal church on Sunday. .Rev. B. was which every citizen of Brovard county 4'

1 1 or Anything else. v and Mrs. C. W. Harrison, of F. Brown will officiate. -The restaurant, lately carried on by aroand under c\lfflcultles, he having met must be more or lees Interested, we sub-

-- Cocoa returned here Installs Messrs.Norton! ,: A Lewis, has been reopened with an Accident to his leg by falling mit It for the careful consideration!, ,
on Tuesday evening's -Mr. R. R. Gladwin in now renders. ;
h train and left by Mr. J. W. Tucker from through a weak plank on his Melbourne our i
for.home next day. as express agent at this place instead 01 i OCALA, FlA. Ootobet'SFollowlftJfISan

-Mr. Chas. H. Watson is now, engaged Mr. Webber, ,who has left for Jack Georgia.Mr. wharf.: He returned home to-day. address prepared for doll very boo ,

,LOCAL NEWS.Society :. in the store of Mr. Steve Geiger, and sonville., and Mrs. A. D. Baldwin and F. -The naphtha launch Blue Wing? In fore In the this phosphate convention relative In, AeII-to i
slon city
his many friends are glad to see him In Cotton chocks Co., harmony and D. Baldwin- ,of New haven, Conn., arrived command! of Capt. Bonj. Hogg, of Sew. the Canaveral breakwaters, ,
here on last night' train and Point started from hero Satur- vTrrtrsvatE
town ell's on
again. standard prints Oc., Indigo prints 1 Ie. 180U 1 }'
and General Gossip In connection started down river this FLA., Sept, 23; :
with Indian Hirer and Lake Worth .ectloni -Jlo7U'1/1 Money JOO'1I/II to loan In Everything eke in proportion at the morning.Mr. day, for the above place, having on board! Mr, J\f,1ent and Gentlemen of the P/it- .

during pant week Brief mention of sums' to suit, on approved real: estate security Bazaar. W. J. Nosbltt-of, Melbourne, the following party: Mrs. B. Hogg and phase Convention Ocala, Fla. 1'' ; '

Interesting Events! About People Ton at ten per cent. Robbins & Gra -Mr. Oscar Hall, of Enoa, is In town loft here today for St. Cloud to see If son Ben; Mr*. E. C. B. Tyndall! ; Mr W. In tIle matter of reducing freight rate*' ,,j, '' y '

Know, and People Ton Don't Know-' ham. 0tf ho Is various he could not settle matter with;parties L.. Olutsch of Brooklyn;; Miss Annie on phosphate I am Instructed by the t
to-day. making ,
Picked up by Our Society Editor. says Canada and Mr director of the Canaveral l and So'uUt a 'd
for whom Messrs. Fee A Nesbitt have. SptorR .Altmont, ; C.
-Miss Virginia Bugg, a charming Improvements on his place on the lowe '
; i boon driving'an artesian well. H. Walton. The weather being rather Florida Railroad company to call your .
,6 Advertisements under this-head. young lady 'from Farmville, Va., left river, and,everything Is looking well. headed'for attention to tho following( fact. ", .; ,

ing are,ten cents per line per week. hero on Saturday morning for Cocoa, -Mr. A. L. Hatch o'f City Point, who -Mrs. .Cummings Miss ,,0ummng( ', tempestuous, the Blue Wing The legislature of Florida had momoralleed .,it,?;
Mrs. Montgomery and Miss Smith started the cast shore of Indian River, but In congress to' build a break! -watee ,_,', ,:'" ;
-Mr. E. C- B. ''Tyndall- Sewell's where she'wlll teaoh'scllOol.. has returned from his lengthened tour harbor of In the of Ca- i
and bight
for Melbourne Bench this the attempt'to reach there, she shipped refuge .,:;t' jnIlvara1.
on morning'ssteamer.
Point, was in town on Monday. Captain Jas. Knight, of Canaveral through ,California,- IA again at home; some pretty hOl\vYlea., and pitched and This will afford a flrat-class. :. > ,; ; f
( Mrs. and Miss
Breeches, pants, trousers, just received Lighthouse, showed his jolly-looklnj and paid Titusville a visit, Tuesday. [ Cummingshave rolled considerably much to tho discomfort deep water harbor on the hitherto Jnao'J. ,_ q
been spending the summer la cessible oast coast 'of South Florida ; 'r
( at the Bazaar. ,* countenance on board,the steamer,Georgiana -Remember the ADVOCATE: will appreciate I
Michigan. of tho ladies aboard who wore twenty-five mile distant from Tttti- 'c'"r..:, Y.
-M.: J. M. Sanders,. Cocoa's promi- at Georgians, on Monday and any patronage you miry bestow very doubtful of their reaching terra villa, the terminus of the J., T. A K. W. ';, I..,

I nent,merchant, was in town this week. stepped ashore at Cocoa. He had come : upon its job department. Prompt at- -Capt. Jas. Prltchard ha this week finna again. However the launch wa system. ,_ ? 'I ftt y,: I 1
down by of the Banana! River. had a windmill, and cistern erected so It nan any depth of water Desired; up 'w
-Mr. S. F. GIbbs of Melbourne, has way tentlon and moderate prices guaranteed. staunch and seaworthy, and commanded 0
to thlrt.IIx'leot( unlimited : '
that be tant of ; anchorage .
can get a 'oon supply
been spending. a few days in town this -New York Laundry Titusville. Parties wishing to charter boats for water not the but by one whp ha tailed for many "year room and no bar or other obstacle' In co* a, rll
week:. Laundry work done in first-class style at Indian River, Lake Worth, -or Miami. only over grounds upon the'waters of Indian River, and she thing or departing.This :, ,' '. "\

.'./ -Dr. A.L. Lansing, of Winter. Park, reasonable prices.- Orders by mall : call or write to ,Geo. Altroo Titusvillo. throughout the whole house. Electric arrived at Courtney In good condition company proposes to connect tills ', :'..;' ,'";
lights will also be placed in every room harbor with the railroad system of Florida '4 #I
placed his autograph on the Indian River promptly attended to.' Address Wm. Florida. 0-tf In the building, and the Captain 'is determined the ladles fooling none; the worse for,tIle railroad from' Canaveral. .:. : ; Ii .

_,1 : Hotel register, Monday. McCarthy proprietor.; 55t -The steamer Augustine left here he will make his of many Impromptu bath they received ether to KUslmmee or Titusvillo,the '; .' !".
7ti'!> -Mr. E. E. Grow, who has, with his place ono during the stormy passage, A call at Klsslmme* route being most favored'no 4,', ',, t
'J 8SP"Has your sub criptl n expired Monday: rooming, for Eau Gallle, to the mw comfortable residence on Indian. ,
to obtain connection with the SouthFlorida ', }
been as :: ,\\t-
family residing during the residence
pam tho of J II. and
/ Supt. Sams
: ,Pleaae ti.te n'ame-and-date slip and to receive '
pasted repairs
undergo some
.. 'Rlver Tine 'ground around his ,railroad and the phosphate ,,, .,,
12 months at MIcco has sold his ;
iat head-of this paper,'or upon the wrap- place. new coat of paint.Do realJencAr the BluO Wing made a delightful trip to mine, and also to Ira within reach of the ':;_. '. s .
In t
rapidly being put shier p
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left for St. .. ... '
Petersburg yesterday > 1 Ealt Ga1Ue. At this place the machinery F C.1.& P. and 0. U. railroad ,
per you'.want bargains In land? '-' If and) "i thl"g li being done to ad'toIts system .0\ r : :,. q *
Engineer' L. R. Hover stopped over ho and his family,will, probably reside. list gave out;and she:.would Wbt":move 'one According 1*. the figure reported 'tou ,, :, i';,l }}
do road Robbins & Graham' :
general Capt Pritchard and .
you beauty. tire, current "rute of "
freight. ba .
-The volume of foot further. Mr, and Mrs. J/O.: Walton :. '
>- at Cocoa Monday afternoon, and Engiveer poems entitled of land bargain OD the inside page of family are now in their new home.! phosphate, .the opening of thin ,route .,J 1'\, '';> > r:Ii s
Bralnerd took his "Rose, a Tale .Indian. River and other then invited all on board to go to .
place .
Eugene on this_ paper. +tf: will effect saving on ,shipment mad ,!iZ"". "
..board the' steamer Georgian on that Poems," written by Mrs. Lucy Ada MacKenzie :Messrs. and Wldemeyer their residence1, take upper, and stop via Canaveral over Savannah of Iomlt' .'. ,';:::; i

,, we would state in reply to numerous -Major E. C. Graves; of Melbourne made an unsuccessful attempt to reach over night; so that they could make a $2.40 per ton; over Fornandlna of OHM ',."'; .i. .,
; Beach spent yesterday In town He ; Jupiter Friday last In the WoatherBureau $1.89 per ton; and*over Tampa of sorod l1 .
-Mr. and Mrs. R. R. McCormick, who inquiries, may be had of Messrs. daylight start for Sowoll' Point. Before I... f
$1.00 ton a general
started home today.Mr. cat-boat May Blossom. They per ; or average overall .
expected to be at their home at Palm DIxon & Gray, price 25c. per copy. and after breakfast, Sunday morn- throe port of $1.79 per ton. : J'

Beach ere this, have been'detained north -The steamer Sweeney left here Tuesday John Henry, of Melbourne started a few mile down the revery but Ing, Capt. Hogg worked like a Trojan to A comprehensive statement of the '" ',' ..

longer than they anticipated and arenow'at for New Smyrna, to go on the ways. Beach, was in town yesterday. Mr. the wave were so high and tho May get the Blue Wing to make track homewards cost of shipping phosphate by the four
Is Interested In Blossom chipped so much water that ports according to the best Information
Henry }largely! pineapple but without effect. A* all were
the Girard House Philadelphia.Mr. Before commencing her run she will be that we can obtain'Is! herewith submitted
culture.Mr.. Mr. Wldemeyer would not risk hi life
anxious to get home the yacht Old
thoroughly Many our for consideration. You will
B. W. Jerome of Brantley, whois your -
river people are anxiously looking for R. Ranson has a novelty for In her, so they returned to Tltusvllle Girl, owned by Messrs. Nicholson Bros., doubtless recognize the great Important ; '

now in New' London, Conn., will be the, above- steamer and- -her popular. commander hanging wearing apparel, eto. Call At drenched to the skin Mr. O'Brien wa hired and started, about two of this port to tho phosphate.. Interest, :t.J '

;married, on Wednesday the 14th inst., the Indian River Lumber Co.'s office made another attempt on Saturday o'clock for Suwell'a Point, leaving the and the advantage of effecting no groat I J
to Miss Sara Hatheway ofSuffleld, Conn. -Captain p. P. Paddison': morning and started down the river naphtha, launch In charge of Mr. J.'O.' a reduction In freight; and If you CIUI"WI..: '
The ADVOCATE'sends congratulationsand -For sale.-Steam yacht Sassacus. and examine it Walton; at his landing, to be'' put In order assist our Indian River poopt" obtalW ..If., 'it1.; .

Cost, $4,800; will sell for $1,500, and -J. M. Libbey, teacher of pianoforte, about 9 a. m., Mr Wldemeyer going by as soon all some engineer could be ing the necceisary appropriation for the best wishes for their future
happy iteamer. found who understood the defect In her break-wrter, it will I boa benefit to all' ';:':1 '>"' ,
juarantee-everythlng perfect, or no sale. violin all band and orchestra "
ness and prosperity. organ; Captains II. Headman and W. G. machinery Yesterday the Blue Wing part of South Florida Respectfully t.! .Y? ...
Without exception the handsomeststeam instruments; vocal thorough bass ,and wa put In running order and Captain obedient servant r
-Mr, Jas. Arnold, of Rockledge, was your '1 : ,!'{ ,
Indian River. For fur Lee arrived here on last night' train. io r 'I '98
took homo.
in town Tuesday and became a subscriber yacht on harmony. Music parlor at the rest Hogg her IIuRY H. JlAnrusox, al 't. i
to the ADVOCATE. He came to thor particulars, address Hodgson Bros., dence of Capt. Paddison. 6* They have been on a tour of Inspection Secretary C. & S. F. R. It.,Co. ,' ,li a 'w
, up
Ean Gallie, Fla. 82mo: of steamers At Doctor Town, Ga., they Another Railway to Tap Indian -
meet his wife; 'who has been visiting -Mr. L. R. Decker who baa been Relative
-Mr. Wm. J, of Eden inspected the William Wadlcy refused 'coat loading phosphate
Egan accompanted
.friend in Georgia'during the past three away during the past eighteen month. River rock at Fernaudln,. Savannah,.Tampa,
MacLaine license, and ordered repair to hull the
U. S. who ;
by Capt. .
months. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold returnedto lain town again having arrived from and Canaveral ,
Rockledge on Wednesday.H. has been on a lengthened visit at Mr. New York on Monday. City of Darien of Palatka whose! boiler It i la reported from Orlando on good T9 Fernandina-Freight from Dunne
did not have sufficient certificate of iten- System Ion mine, ton '2.00 wharfage- and v=
-: Egan's place returned here Tuesday authority that the F. C, A P. of per ;
C. Starck of Malabar who has Shorthand. J. Tome
; evening. Mr. Egan came up after 'his Reynolds, ell strength also had her license refused. railroads are making every arrangement loading CO cent per ton;, total f3.40.
finished his pineapple contract has now stenographer, with Robbln & Graham Large vessel cannot take on full load sat
yacht which has just been bnllt by The Lolley Boy at St. Francis and the to reach Indian River in the near future. .
received a large consignment of first- I. organizing a class In shorthand. Two The following letter, from an esteemed account of the bar. 1
Captain John SImonson and Messrs. Sophey-Howard of Silver Springs, wa To Savannah from DnnntJ
friend tn the Phenomenal the -Freight
City, give
class Havana tobacco, and Is prepared to evenings a week at Court House. Those
Egan and MacLaine will return In her to also Inspected. To-day they will inspect situation a* it exist at present: ll.ln. about $3.50; wharfage and J loading.. py ,
supply domestic and foreign cigars of wishing to join will please write or apply 60 cent total $4. w: a' ,
Eden, as soon as convenient.Mr. : the Sophey Frey, of this place and Kathleen About the sharpest dodge
the finest quality, at the most reasonable at office of Bobbins A Graham for To Tampa-Outside average dietetic J
Walter Winans, ,the American i, of Eau Gallie. Captain Lee and going on here now fa I by the JV C. A 1'.
Address H. C. Starck Malabar,' terms eta Instruction maiL Term from mine to Lakeland forty mile;
price by Railway, who have boon trying for yean
millionaire whose deer forest In Scot- leadnan leave here in the morning for from Lakeland to" Port Tampa, forty
S- reasonable. 6" to get an eastern outlet for their line
land has so often formed the theme of St. Augustine. Captain Willie did notfail mile, equal eighty mile Current rate
through the city, but have been headed
-Mrs. C. H. Watson who has been People who feel Inclined to rail .al
parliamentary debates, and whose revolver to attend the dance at Muonio Hall off by the S. F. and other Interests. on South Florida railroad J cent per ton
visiting relatives in New Jersey and the opportunities afforded them for ao- mile, or OQ( ) f\4fotafwharfage 2s Bents _____
last They have within the last few per ; } ,; __
shooting is remarkable, has made a ulrlng[ wealth in Florida should taketo night. day, losing, 23 cent total, $1.10Extra ______
the four ; _
other places north during past wonderful record with his favorite weapon. heart the lesson afforded by the Career -The Old Black Jack I I. one of the /got: the line right of way from the city for freight rate to gulf port ovenAtlantic ___
their down Central
months returned to town, with her lit of Robert Morrow of avenue to Intersect '
At a distance of twenty yards, Titusville oldest licensed houses In London and witn Mill street at Central and Orange port, extra insurance t11rong'bStralta ..
tle von, Tuesday evening. She says she who ha been visiting Sanford. When far three centuries ban looked out of Florida, pilotage and towing -
he scored
for the of
with disappearing target, avenue, hauling
has spent a very enjoyable time while a lIr. Morrow passed through Orange through eta dull bar window upon the stuff for the new Court-bouse.purpna Tb !In Tampa Hay, etc., .1.00 !and $1.10; ,
forty points out of a possible fortytwo.Mrs. county In 1800 his wealth consisted of the
fortunes of Market
ha..egone $3.00.
away with her relatives, and has gained small and and they track I* laid, and It la I a remarkable pieceof ..
R. C. Scrirageour, who has a pony appurtenance a ; up and down. It wa a fashionable To Canaveral_Mine* to Lakeland, ;. _
lOUd and :
Watson tracking foe
considerably avoirdupois. Mrs wife. Now his fortune la estimated ;
helpful : ,
C4IIt thieve mile
Lakeland 'to
quarter 0 wa a quarter forty KU lmnie : j
friends in New York state they are now intersecting with the street :
been visiting at which be ha t
ia looking much better in health $75,000, acquiredby after that. In the low-celled taproomare forty-three miler Sugar Belt railroad :' ; '

after her trip. I and at Aiuonia, Conn., returned here honest toil in the year that have antique table of enduring oak, on roThe F. C. A P. own the T. O. A A. twelve mile; U. A 8. F. railroad, forty? F'. z, ..,'

-Sir Henry Wood of the British Royal Monday evening, after an absence of since pawed.-Sanford Journal. which the renowned knight of the road and Lave connection wills the._.. jr._ & A., three miles; freight of a cent per ton tY'per ;

Commission that it is the three months. She reports very pleasant -Neglect of personal cleanliness by Dick Turcln and his valiant- band of me.dramatic (Orlando and Winter Park) by crossing mile, on 138 mile, total, t..04. .' # ;. '
says prey to the c1aaliell. b cot their .
no mean confined poorer acton imperishable wharfage 29 cent, loading 25 cent $
ent intention of the Commission to build, ,visit while away and says her trip number of well to do It from this boWIe the S. F. railway, and now the F. C A; .; '; ?
There are people name wa* that he P. make this torn off in the of the $1044. Differenc* In favor of Canaveral : .
at the World' Fair, in Chicago, a typical did considerable good to her Jiealth. who seldom of never wash, and to whom started on his famous ride to York. It Ban Juan hotel and get Into rear Central route: II.-1-1total i',,

old English: or ball, as the Mrs. Scrimgeour' many frienda were the "morning tub" I* an unknown auxilary was In front of this house that Black avenue just where the Presbyterianchurch Over Fernandina W.40-$1JH, 'Leaper : Ii
manor pleased to see her in town again; and we to health and comfort Yet it to** dropped the horseshoe that for wa burned down. ton. Over Savannah ft.00.-4LS4. ;
English headquarters. He say, also, takes yel"little or troubleto early 200 ha been taken I3.4& Over :'f;
Postmaster felt time expense year dally They will, undoubtedly, to Tampa M. 60-,1-S4, .].06. .
that of Shake have no doubt our quite of the of from Its nail in the door-fram get over Over all
an exact reproduction secure body some to excite the East Coast at not a distant three port (average $ .38. : f,
speare's house at Stratford-on Avon will happy on her return. sort. A hand basin, a sponge, a shallow the awe of the admirer of the gallant very day fl.70. v : : #"!
be built if the space can be se -Mr. George. G. Gleaion, of Eau Oil- bath or flat tab a piece of good white Dick. Jack Sheppard cam here In the ________________ O. This) communication warn read but djt;
necessary. lie, is another of our river boys who has soap with no excess of alkali a coupleof last century He lived over In Wycb not acted on. the chair mn.*gnJN.. f .
cured. gallons of water and 1to..411 are all street, In a house which ha been torn Pineapple Land secretary to retain the *am-o that Jt r .t
wife and it
The schooner Cygnus, of Eau Gallle gone to take unto himself a ; that are required, and the whole process down, and wa apprenticed to Mr. For sale, at East Melbourne a tract of could again com before the meeting t
having completed her trips to the Florida will not be very long ere he return with need not occupy more than ten minute Wood, the carpenter, in one of the old land, containing 203 6 -100 acre*. This be held in Ocala November W, loot. '*j'' ,

been hauled MU M. Hitching, of Mineral Ridge 0., But, of courts, a good bath in the Indian houses of Henry VIIP time, which still 1* a splendid piece of pineapple land, and Major Saw", of the S. S,, 0, A 'ft"
Keys, this season 1 better stilt Even tanda. In the torn-down DOOM he used rlilroad. said
Gleason. George I* one River rubbingthe front on Indian River and Atlantic that Mr. Harrison.*i
out on McFadden' ways, and I* undergoing as Mrs. George body first with a dry towel will Inmost to plot with hU. companion and n.ed to ocean. This tract join the nandom taken about rate of freight from;D : ;
a thorough overhaul preparatoryto of the most popular boys of Indian River ease keep the skin sufficiently woo Edgeworth BMM. And be plottedand pineapple plantation of If e *r*. Ingra- nellon to I'.rnaDd1na-JDltea4 01bel'"' -i-I' ,

handing her over to tier owner*-the ,,and the ADVOCATE: will be glad if our lean during the week and promote wooed no leas well than Turpfo rode, Lam,VhiiUp* and Thunton, and I* situ 9 3.00 they are only $3 per ton. .;.; ,',
river people give them a hearty welcome healthy reaction, provided a warm bath for to-day, In this comparatively rapoc- ated directly opposite the thriving town '" fi
Vesars. Walton Bros. In consequenceof We know the Indian with a good soaping ill taken at the close table ana morally conservative epoch he of Melbourne Notice. i<, ; "tJr
the wreck of the schooner Queen, the upon their arrival. of the week. A good flesh brash U also and Dick enjoy a household remembrance mail and elbouraeenjoysadaily Eau GaRs town lot for aab bo&.V'"

Cygnus stopped over to assist her instead River Hotel boy will give them a good a valuable adjunct Keep yoorwlf> clean throughout the Market, wolch, U U to be oW ia a body. For further particulars I hip yard and pcIItto ioe. For ,bud.- rJf

of making the trip to the British "Auld Lang Syne" reception-if they la a good motto especially thl warm I' lie not fame, I* *o near Ilk It that thedileranee i apply to Good A Uofg, real or midenea Apply to Wa, Iioa*

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chance place an acquaintance was loon come when" ft wa
waed. and
tea Hast Coast dOCdiUtTITU6vILLtt Oft. not In vain regrets but to my dismay" not( s the father snould appear and kick me Long may Mr. Scott live Co u .. theca and
It it sad Waste to company with Itt equip It for Its great work In edacJIi"
familiar face wa,to be scans: > out of the house. reCnimour daughter a'd
And 'leave until
.. no room for better guests' to fILthink'ilottthat BECAUSE HIS lUUGIt they shed be.
do come a*the
polished ,,
FLORIDA ''AI10n may.imagine, I was not ina "And now my dear boy yon May this inrtftutlon loom > and beomple
; i might have been. TER HAS DOSE TO COLLEGE. tip a
'T Is such hurry to leave the tablo,but my companion 'wonder that I am still a bachelor My ynlu..lIke the old granite' mountain
a crooked that
all life
path; at best
Is lit
-- full view from Its
There are a million more womcrt We must,climb up, tot this .Is .not out rest began to show Itr ng'IIrnl of advice to 'you is-beware of sailing And That Set Him to Talking About old imperishable mountain turret-that Cued That to tad:
restless I under false colors."-[New YoikWeekly. ODJ' trylUnr 'lace when Mr.
than men in England.rronuiiu It thou bant wrought; tot self, anxiety to get homo, so Our Educational System-Other youngand nnd near b Arp and J wets

Know thou shoul bees Are now tlio w Know that the present Is for good of alL over as soon as possible."I t Topics of Interest Dls upon U.crest and I remember ascending Ita
said t.. U iii Dogs Catching Crabs '. spiral utalrt with my iweetooart
and are bytnrsui.
Ihey cussed.
reel thing, What thoa bast left undone had formed many plans of howI I have seen mention of one dog that end when we reached the pinnacle we
exciting as the old spelling bee* is made not whole except thou leave the past was to pacify; the the desk, suckers and another with a the fleecy clouds below at and as I looked
caught loto her base It
And do thin utmost with the time thou hut. but the wretch bad more human nature catfish writer in These are solemn time now-there h re- wa a little nearer eye' heaven seemed than to I me had that I
for a
Numerous desertloastroul tho arlllY'are Wbo would be brave In'him than preference says body dead or rty.nj, but there Is a Ion child, been befo e. Delightful memories I ever
truly IlmllglDed."Whlle.walklng Ambition
alarming tho Italian goreriiir.eiii. Forest and Stream. I do not for a and that Is nearly M tad. W. know where WM hi and to was hope and expecti-
Leaves all behlnd-IU perils and defeat down the restaurant she U. for we tent her there; but It Is bard on Uon. The world wa very lovely
The causes are arrear In pay and poor i Strive so the present way be life complete. moment doubt either of these dog the old folk' fr) send their youngest child thankful Usa,I Unci. Bat and I wu
1 turned now the
to and
suggested fishing stories, for I once knew two away, eopecially when aha Is a girl and the tain's top seem bleak and cold moan.
food. Hold them not back for fear last of the litter. Ik took few to and cheer
us a days
that she had better out and into leas and Is
go get in catching my experience that the safest .
that took delight retreat
Of dog great rcaliiathat the had gone tfonnttme the
eIII the
any hoarMake.duty's
so present and the
The An.tri' n CCII"Its shwYVs tnt) In tribute. 'I Is supernal power; tho carriage while I was settling the crabs, not soft crabs, but lusty, !goes seemed to spend a nlnht with a schoolmate and tbe humble flower surest that happinr blossom* is found at Its base.among_
like she there and would
Galicla vcmy-four |per cciil. of the bill and buying some cigars, which I wa soon I Box ART in The Constitution.NEWSTGLEANINQS..
'T la opportunity hard ones, capable of making a good come back but he doemt Her piano
population cm neither'read nor wanted to take with me. To this she I closed: ami its dark rosewood case look
For all the graces of the human soul, fight Wben'about 12 years of age darker now. There I* a feeling of mdnee .
and only duo per cent can read. Who living wisely" now, makes this his goal. made no objection, as luck would used to spend my vacations at a large around the house. The sewing machine 1* -

.[Mary \Ventherbee, In Boston Transcript. have it. having a reel, for she, mad. her cwn, clothe, OTSTxaitzar report a big crop:

The IO of- MN-I i U.lpi,l rpqufres .-.._._- -mMAKINOA- "1 walked on till I came in front of farm on Besides a tributary of there the Chesapeake was another and and she light clean the up lamps the house and helps and.seta her the mother table -- XHDIA.publishes 000 newnpapen.TH

Ihree thing of c'ert'ul...,.: First torcyUtor the smiling Individual who was waiting Bay. myself and when the cook quits she can make as situation in China i* serious.
SHOW. boy and two dogs at this house. good a biscuit as I can. She love her home WTOKWO'S wealth Is $32,533,673.
St'cond, ho mint be a tax for payment, and with as bold ai aad loves me, and when I am grunty or tad
Newfoundland TIm Iowa U

One of the dogs, was a large potato crop enormous
Third lie mn-t be able to cuii- BT D,'3. air jtnnocence as I could assume I she know it and robs my bead with cologne
payer. FINDLAT, and the other was one of and combs my black hair and cheer me up IimtntnzA 1* epidemic at ilada joe, Spain
IIrlle the onnititti.'l."u of the 1 State.Italian told him I had forgotten my pocket* combinations and I got well, but I am tick right now and Pagan fire are .raging la the Northwest
My Undo George was an old bache book in the of ready those medium-slzedpuzzllng the Is not here.
laulhtg of short hair and no particular I was In hope we could finish her icheol- Coirmottour'a tobacco is
In New worth
lor. crop
are Why lie preferred the state of for the theatre, but I would call next Ing light here but we can't We have no $30,000,000.

York at the rate ot 13,000 u mouth. single blessedness he kept a secret, day and settle the bill. color-probably an all-around dog, as college. We and are the taxed high school enough la in limited all good by povarty. conIcience RUSSIA will not tolerate.foreign'war shin

About eighty per coin of these nr.o but at last he made me a confidant. 'Too thin a story to here, concerned his breeding. to hare anything we want. I am in the Black Sea.
nationaliiie the One One day I noticed the large dog paving now about one hundred dollar a A FLAOtn of locust 1* feared in tin
while of other
males, evening, as we sat together in tit,' he ejaculated. 'We do a strictly year for other people' children, and have to Argentine Republic. .
usual proportion! It from fifty to 8IxI.Ix )- my uncle's comfortable!mansion, If9nn.1 cash business.' wading about in tho shallow water at end off my own. There are many parent A1UERTO2C has lowerep the world's stallion
the foot of the yard and evidently here doing the same thing find to my wind it record to B:09t.'
per cent mate. him in a very ,communicative *I don't want to be bullied about I U all wrong la principle. Oaf county pay
BILOIUM to make the
mood, and to my astonishment he such a trifle,' I continued, but tho searching for something. ,I found 117,000 to the tcDool fund of the state and w e State a penal propoees colony. Conga

Dr. Fieri; riO'Ment of Ecuador, broached the subject which I bad man had completely changed into a that ho was looking for crabs. Whena ret to buck Mattered only 17,000 all over of the It. state The other to educate 110DOO ,- LARGe numbers of Italian are emigrating.

wi-liin to 03lebrato hi* birthday by promised to bring crab was discovered he would prance white and black. Our town pa)* out 11,000 to the United States.PHICADZLPHIA .
up. hog by this time, and coming out several a year to educate the negroes in the corpora.lion : i*undergoing an epidemic
tome.act of clunky, granted a pardonto "My dear boy," said he, "I suppose from his place behind the desk, he : around it, and, after making and we get no thanks for that. All of suicide by laudanum.

eighty-seven ptlioiiert. Forty-six! you have often wondered why I remained looked wicked enough to choke me I attempts, seize it in his mouth and this all back tax Is in based making upon good the idea citiiens, that out we of get the it PHTLLOXIRA: Austria.Is ravaging the vines iisome .
Of the,eltflit"even wore behind the an old bachelor then and there. bring it up on the beach and then play children a* they grow up. If that Is really parts
with it much cat does with 10, we will try and be content, but the whole Tax "Holy Coat" at Treras, France, hat
as a
bar within "
Iuln a "Yes, uncle, said I, in an airy, ofl- 'I will call a policeman and have ,,,tem Is a strain upon our philanthropy been viewed by 8,000,000 persona

------ hand way which did not at all betraythe arrested he said in menacingtone mouse, until the poor crab was either lIvery community would like to keep their POLYGAMY i*dying out in Utah unda
Gntta ppicli.i: fog electrical work i t. yon a dead or helplessly] exhausted. He money at home, and U It Is not spent right the operation of tbe law against it.
depth'ot my ,curiosity. "I am loud'enough to bo hoard by all we can make a fuss about It Our town pay Tue damage to the cereal crops In Canada
growing scniccr, while tho pikes hive sure you must have had ample opportunity the poople in tho place. seemed to do this for the mere sport I6.UOO for school tax and our county pay by insect has been estimated at $33,000,000.
doubted in the lait ten It It of the all time in lU.OOOmore. and we can't help thinking TOBC has
eate. the a sheriff seized
to thing, barking A NEW a tombstone '
goo the cream of society and "My blood boiled at the. insulting that if we could keep the $10,000 that Is sent
laid: that ho I crude methods employedby make tone that denoted excitement rather away what a home we could build la in OreanwoodCemet.ery to satisfy
suitable choice of a companion. manner of tho man, and I lost all con our own community. Teen thousand dol ars lien.
the Malay In gathering the mu- ." trol ever actions. than anger. lie never ate tho crabs a year for an income would Rive us a first- OUR copper output this year fell short of

tonal are resulting In tho oxtortnin my after killing them. Tho crabs fought class Institution, and it would save us a big the usual: amount, by more than 100OOC
"Well, said he, "I will tell you, 'Get out of my way and let me lot of money beside |2,(.00 a year that it tons. .
atlon of tho trees. and the story may bo a good subjectfor pass, you' scoundrel I I said as I madea back to the best of their ability, and it going away right now from this town in other DURING the year ending with last Jun
was often difficult to say which had female coil-gee. That make f 12.000 ,Immigrants were landed .ia Philadelphia.
The ant steel postal car ever built has" your, dreams of future specula dash for the door. rear that we are out of pocket, and our .
tion.' tho tightest grip, dog or crab, for the people are not happy. But all' well that
run over 370,000 miles on the Jlonou "A general scuffle ensued, and I believe nuts welL POTATOES are so Abundant in Southern
crab would fasten on to some portion California that they can hardly be disposed
Route five "When I was a young man I was I was giving him a few well- Our Jtssle has gone to tbe Agnes Scott, at
,,been ucce* smashups, and cost tho company only rather fond of making a good show In aimed blows, when, to my horror, a for she coutdent climb any high- THB recent heavy crops of wheat and corn
time powerful pinchers and it would require Brat home. And be,Idea, it was thoughtbest are already showing: their effect upon the
society. At this rushed in and collared
(|lfe! for rcpnlis. The steel car pioneer performed policeman mo much shaking before he would to send her away for rest end repose. stocks and markets.A .
appears, observes tho Detroit Free .on a very limited capital., Shortly as roughly as if 1 had boon a madman.'What's The boy of the town don seem to have very UoiniczLLO lIlt} Justice of the Pace
after I settled in New York I made this all about he demanded drop off. much to Jo, and 10 they indulge in the delightful bas been sentenced to two years in the penitentiary
Press, to bo ""a stayer. employment of visiting the iihoollirl for burglary.
the acquaintance of a beautiful and of the clerk who was blind CannloShrimps./ and this disturb their trnnqulllty endiietracta IT is reported that Canadian vessels hart

An old Indian medicine man in the estimable young lady, Miss Clorinda with rage. Shrimps are caught In the Gulf of and wholesome their susceptible reading and minds meditation.from study By captured Sea about this season.twelve thousand seals iaBerhlng

State of Washington wa attendingthe Swan, and I lost no time In paving Arrest that man and take him to Mexico. The season la*ts four mouths, and day and getting by night np parties they are and coming playing and tennis going' ScrcoissrtrL experiments at Bpeziia ma'in

wife of one of the tribe, but the tho way for a matrimonial alliance tho station-house, and I will go down two in tho spring and two In the fall, and baseball and other hilarities, and as It it probable that petroleum will be u8II;

woman died, to tho husband Inoonllnently -/ with her. and make a charge against him! and in that time a tremendous 'busi was couldeut thought be stopped beet to without send the bad girls manners away and it fuel''ENGLISH on the Italian capitalists war vessels.recently purchased

shot the doctor and killed him. "One evening the subject of convertatlon 'But let me explain,' I cried, in a ness is done in the way of catching lot them stay until their minds came bark to $150,000 worth of railroad maoaines' in

The practice of the profession of medicine .' between u* ran upon operas, loud tone. and canning them. In New Orleans, ke them.was afraid I board hit one daughter afflicted parent mind wa say*clean that Philadelphia MAINS has for 105 Brazilian prisoners! railroads.Its State prison

.among the Indians would seem and the upshot of It was that I,invited '. 'Expl natlonl at the station-house' which Is the hoiulqaarten of the trade, {one. We are not troubled about Jessie on five of which, are females Of then
hat account, but she does need tome time
to have sonic drawbacks, If this case lito Clorinda to go to tho Academy' said limo officer, as he dragged me into 100,000 cans a day of these little fish Ihat she can call her own. Borne time to forty-one are serving a life santoncj.

betaken, as a typical one.Fatls Music the next evening. As I have tho streetwhore a crowd of idlers had are packed. Tho shrimps run in large Is sad gone and now study-and and he devote boys to her will muslo.frequent She per PROPOSALS Chamber will New he'submlttel Zealand for:a to legislative:the Up

said, my means were then rather limited h'oadr gathered to see tho fun. schools down the numerous passes these parts no more I reckon. No more body to be composed entirely of omen.:

has alned.167OOO Jn pop Gallon and now I had just enough left "As I reached the sidewalk I law leading into the Gulf of Mexicowhere rill we*of be baseball entertained, and with tflnn'the(. and thrilling the bero-uarratlTC Board A PAMPHLET of Agriculture issued: show by the that Massscbusett 880 farm

in the last five'' years, reckoningthe to pay for the tickets, but no surplus the carriage drive off at a rapid;jate. tho fishermen catch them with their lo achievements of the Cedartown nine and have been abandoned. to that common

foreign colonies. and he garrison. for carriage. supper; and etcetraa. I learned afterward that Clorinda seines, frequently bringing in at oue the tennis Acworth club that nine cost, and$40 the for Cartersville its equipment.lawn wealth.Tan distress in the Volga pro\'tl1ceaot.

Marseilles, comes second, In Increase of With these I determined to dispense, became alarmed for her own safety, haul enough to fill one of their peat I heard Bam Jones preach a sermon once Russia la intense. At Penn women and
to parents about thee tame troubles, and be for food
population its gain being 81,000. as I thought my fair; Clorinda too and promised the'driver a liberal reward boats. They are then taken to the stretched forth his hand and laid: "Now children In the market wander places exhausted shrieking

But for the growth of the cities, flguios sensible to notlco the loss. If he would drive to her father's canning factories. Tho shrimps are boys. ,I I want see you you bete to, and keep I want awaY you from to hearme. THSpopulation of Alsace-Lorraine has decreased -

tho Boston Transcript, France 'Fortune favored me at the start; house. .This made matters worse, for placed In largo troughs.! Girls who house until I tell you to come. My daughter my 88,000 during the last five years ban, although -
that period
the birth during
would show an absolute decrease of the evening was fine and the ground it looked as if she was an accompliceof are experts in their' line take them In mind*are at distracted school, and from I don't their want studies.their largely exceeded the deaths.

population as compared with 1886. dry, so at tho appointed time I made mine, and fled for fear of arrest hand. With one twist they tako off I like you and I like ytur father THB Rev Howard MoQueary.: whose trial
and mothers,but there is a time for all things, at Cleveland Ohio, for aUepheres, last
my appearance, dressed In the best I "Imagine the state of my feelingsas their heads, and then with a pressure and yon must keep away from my house. January created such a sensation, has withdrawn "

The commercial travellers of this could afford, and walled patiently for I was being marshaled through the I at the tall the shrimp is forced out. Well, of course, If you come I wi 1 treat you from the Episcopal Church and become
politely and invite you into the parlor, and a U ni Yt1'ialist.
country now number over 2 OOOO, Clorliida. She soon put all my fearson streets, with five hundred urchins After being taken from the Ihells'thoIhrlmps I'll send for Bob and Paul to come In and

awl reach in their Journeying every the carrlge question to fight by as- yelling all around mel I When we aro put in a vat of salt water off entertain of Bjb anal and Paul if yon you can are make welcome anything to it, PROMINENT PEOPLE.

town and hamlet in this country; they urlng me that she preferred walking. reached the police station the usual and are cooked by means! of steam Well shan't see my daugaters. -
it's rght hard tj dries the TRI: Pope'ls said to be In splendid health
ere the greatest distributors of goods, "We chatted gayly 00 the way to preliminaries were gone through. The pipe running through the vats. Theyare away, bur they come with good intent and boys I THE: Emperor of China. Is but twentj

shipping about 800,000,000 tons out oftOOOOOOOO the academy, and were in duo time restaurant keeper appeared, and made put into little gauze bags each never saw a mother who was not 'pea) .e>i year old.OOVERKOB.

tons now carried yearly for the performance, which was the a charge against me of 'swindling and bag just big enough to fit inside the taw with a attention daughter to who her was daughter offended and I it never, and $4,000,000.: : FBAKCIS: of Missouri I* worth

by the railroads, and they spend over I opera of 'Martha.' with Madame deliberate assault without provoca- cans used, there being so much phosphorus course 10 we Just, it costs bad to money send the but girls what away is money O.: THE Czar of all the Russia travels in a

11,750.000 per day, or about $382- Parepa-Rosa in (he leading role. Of tion.' in the shrimp, that unless some compared with the restoration of a disordered shot-proof car. ,

000,000 per travelling year of nine the performance I need not speak. "I told my story, but of course it precaution is takeu the tin would be marrying mind her I restored when she lira.was Alp1 sweet mind sixteen by, Mrs.THE Alexander most prolific. of English novellstais

mouths, which Is distributed among The opera was all we could desire, went for nothing, as the policemangave eaten through by Its action. After and some. of these boy want to try the ,am.medicine. THE Prince of Wale Is Colonel in forty-

the carriers, hotels, shopkeeper and and it was rendered most admirably. his evidence in affirmation of the the shrimps are placed in the cans Ito most astonishing bow close the young one different regiment.

producers: ."When the performance was over charges. Of course I .was walked off they are hermetically sealed, the work hi ant* child mother'gets heart to a parent, and tbe hew girl t-to the her boy father's. ID U ALEXANDER now: aixty-.::even DUICAB year, the ol"-.French author

I we descended tho stairs amid the gay to a cell to pass the night In thinkingover being[doue by machinery. 'The cans One by one the older ones marry or THE: estate of the late Mrs. Fair, of Ban
It i* reported from Paris that M. troubles. leave us, ana we get weaned after a time and Francisco is estimated at about $6,000,000.
throng, and soon reached the sidewalk. my are then put into a large tank, and
take fresh hold and
Blschoffrbeim the banker Prince Roland cling the elver to the JOHIT FETO,who has just been elected to
I Bnt, oh, horror of horrors It was "In the morning after being es. once again tho shrimps are put througha la.t Tbe sweetest pathos In the Bible is the the British Parliament ia a descendent ol

Bonaparte, Alphonie Rothschildand raining What was I to dot To geta corted before a police justice, I was steaming process, this being ten jamin.pleading It of made Judah Jcwiuh for his weep little and brother it make Ben the great WiLiam Penn.

M. Eiffel, the noted engineer, carriage without having a cent to tried, and fined ten dollats. I tele- times hotter than before. After this m* we+p every time I raid it. Our "Ben DZAOGX FBICE. ot Manchester Mass.. ii
said to be the oldest school teacher in the
hare offered to back Janssen's jaminnsso t got a coat of many vulor, but
projectof pay for It, made my blood run cold.A graphed to a friend down town, who the shrimps are thoroughly cooked, be has a spotted cap and a red urcingle that country. He was born in 1SQ8
erecting an observatory on be wears, and I'm afraid the Ishmaelite will MBS. LXLATO BTAJTFORD baa purchased
the soon came to my assistance; and paid and (when the cans cool they are
to in
Mount happy thought me a get him some o(th-se d'y s. 150 handsomely bound Bible to go in UMstudent'
summit\ of Blanc, Switzerland. moment, and In a, nervous whisper I the fine. I went homo to my board labelled aud put In boxes.-[Boston The Agna Scott is a new institution and *rooms at the Pals Alto University.THE .

M. Eiffel proposes the building of .a asked Clorinda if she had rubbers on. ing-house and, u luck would have it, Transcript. ha lameutea just gotten Tom a Cobb fair named sta.t The bit loved college and at late James Russell Lowell i* said to

horizontal tunnel for the purpose of 1 To mv dismay she answered: the people in the house were Ignorantof Athena for his daughter Lucy but Mr. Scott have house seen than the any I inside other of more American English who country baa
; has named this onu for his
protecting workmen during the preyslence adventure during the night. I A Plant Detested by Animals. mother. Be ha ever visited EngEx.J'U1G. .
I "No; my boots are very light, too, my already spent $80,000 on it, and keeps on
of storms and to ascertain thoI they thought I had been on 'There is," says a horticulturist, spending. I predict that he will not atop aa .WILLIAM STBOKO. who retired
and I could not think of suppose
walking. long as he lira Ju>t let a dIDie'his heart from the United States Supreme: Court
thickness of the lea. He declares that must get a carriage." a spree, but they said nothing, and I "hardly an Instance in natural history tied Cato tome great charity or something bench,in 1880, I* now living ia Washington

If the ice exceeds fifty meters iu depth did not enlighten them. of a plant so universally detested by for the good of humanity and It stems to expand at the age of eighty-four years in feeble
"Of course there was nothing left and absorb.him, and become his life heatUi.WHO,
the project mast be abandoned, be. for me bat to'lac. the music,'and I "That evening I made up my mindto the animal world as the castor-oil work. I believe that a wise providence designed would suppose that the chosen recreation

cause It is imperative that the foundatIon call dear Clorinda and plant No sort of bird beast or this so that great things might be of the greatest of American ttreek scholar -
hailed one of the drivers who upon my don ai.d he raise
many up mm to do it Alfred *, Professor GildenIe ot John Hop-
of the proposed observatory must I were anxious get passengers. I assisted her parents'for the purpose of explaining creeping thing will touch a castor-oil; Shorter began his' great work with $10,000. kin University, wa the compotitloa of

be built on solid rock. conduct All through the plant It seems to be a rant poison That it all be thought he could spare. But Mother Goose melodies!
my fair Clorinda to a seat, and my after awhile he strained Mnvlf to $30.000 THE Prince of Naples heir to the
-- I hid excuses to all the animal world. Even a goat and then to $30,000 and $30,000, and heMYU young
been Prinoe
In a few moment we were whirling day framing throne of Italy Is said to be a model
The president of one of the stopped until be died end he had .
leading given
and B i an
before off leaf intellectually morally. *
which were for the most part. ,.equivocations. will starve biting a $125,000 to found the
companies of New York along through the rain. Hardly had Shorter college at child, IJolixei: by his parent, and a cholar
gas stated at sniff and IU me, and it I* then his .
we two blocks when Clorinda When I reached the and a horse will at it turn ?. today as moanDM said a gentleman every<< sense of the word.
the last annual 1 of the gone *)
com' aid she was hungry\ and asked me to door my heart beat so strongly that I np Ida upper lip a* though it had the Tbe Agnes Scott ii m st happily au JOBS FrrzoEBALD the President of the
pany that no greater benefactor to the detestable odor the face of It b]u>( far enuuih f ruui the autu capital to Irish National League in America te the
interest of top aud get upper. My feelings can felt my courage giving way, and I most on get all of its advantage KIM patronage and richest man iu Lincoln. Neb. having a
gas companies had ever stood on the for several minutes the earth. Army worm and the locusts none of its hindrances. It ia In the heart of fortune of $1.300OUO.. U*bean his careeraa
be stoop
easier than described
been imagined as I laborer with and shovel. on a western
known than the electric light. Instating the chh.qaf>i4a h&a regiou too poor to a pick
will though
thought of my empty pockets, and before Vcocldsummon sufficient/ pas by they may be Sicily and wheru the timber grows only railroad.CAPTAEC! .
that the ga output of New to the bell. eat every other green thing in sight, large enough to be storm proof and th* hill Jose LaoHTroor.oaa of the Dell
tried to her out of courage ring
York was doubling itself BOW la a reason eating so and the boUo s just high enough and low who organised the rand Army of the BanubUebystarUn -
one-half late at night. All my arguments were "When the girl came to the door I and there i* no surer way to drive enough for drainage and good road, The ; Post No. 1 at Decatur.1O .
period o f six and years Instead She moles away from a lawn than to planta tn-fatuUoo Is in a beautiful grove and elevated in lees! died recently at his home iaBJoomingtoa
asked if MU Swan at homo.
of.teo as before he fruitiest, however, for my dear ChI r- was the |r\.und descending gcatly from every Ill B* was captain of Company
yearn, gave lads wa not to be thwarted. said 're-,' sad politely asked me to few castor beans here and there. side, and it is lat than five inmates walk A, Wist niloola Infantry and wai
it..his belief that this phenomenal Increase Even the tobacco worm will refuse to from &e depot, where twelve puseucertmln born in Kentucky in 1811. lie wa a bar-
was due to the fact that the "TMuVIng that fortune might befriend take a seat in the parlor. a day go; and come from Atlanta, and neswnaker, and wa at work until tare

me by some means then a m'l. "In a few moments the servant re- be fed on Us leave. a dummy HIM beside The lighting beating months agoCLAas.
electric light has educated tho human and ventilation teem to be aa perfect as BABTOIT, to widely known for her
ye to demand anon light and that terry to me, I ordered the driver to appeared, bearing a card with the human ingenuity can make it, and the pro labor ia xjendini; the Ked Croat Society
stop at the nearest restaurant. We compliment of her mistress. I She Was WlUo Section against Or absolutely secure. and the Women's Belief Cora. i*said Job*
people are not satisfied with the command rooms are all models of comfort and are pie the first to decormi*'the tolaUrr
Yon have to person
only me
volume of light that formerly salltflej entered the saloon and took seats at a glanced at the card aud on It was Tided with the, most substantial furniture. graves aa a patriotic rather than a pertonai
tabl. in the centre of the room. I determined written in a clears delicate hand: 1 will do anything you say. Nothing ha bean neglected that the pupil act of homage, and ia the only woman WMver

them. Another proof of the Indirect I need for their health and their nuonablapJeaaun. sat in the Bwia National Council: "*
benefit which to eat as little as possible .< 'Have you got rubber on? Have She Anytldng? Bathroom, with hot and cold other woman ever received, as she did Croni

Infl ustr>' from the l'\ayaccrue use of electric to th light. gas but Clorinda wa not by any means so you the money to pay for your supper?, II*.-Yea. Pa drive over that precipice look water and are Inlaok on every are cheerful floor, and and the reaping eatir out I the ktpri old Kaiaer William, the Iron Croat ol

delicate, and quietly took the liberty If noI will lend you the necessary into the river, It you bid me. would lib to aIte Un. Are there and let n*
adds, the Chicago News, Is the extent She. Then please and let me .Iama_and stay, at feast a*J long as A asst fa the New Yon Stock
te which of ordering what she wanted. In amount Cf S. stop .BMie UIen. was/-1 the other day for i= Wiifo&

vtintrjr are gas Installing companies electric all over light the vain I looked around to lee it by "I made a dash for the door! ,f and get out-[Yankee Blade] e JttU be found is the beat, this dooaton institution that tridur... reported ia \Y.u--d$t&50ttDu.erbpefa.aalavutly

their ,: baa already tats a to- -- -_of now thjattjrwtajho* day*. -
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;', TALKS condition of atiirs to inequitable, mak I members> WIDE WORLD. $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN $65 F ,' ? j

ALLIANCE ing princes of one and slave of miotbtf I that Sliver-plated DaM Rall.-Seat "' i7r u
class cannot last. There will, tome ascertain I by ..IwlfshHandleaaHub "anol Shaft Tips. f.ot' above prIce? ;
as fate, some great upheaval, and service is TELEGRAPHIC AND 6 y;
NEWS OF THE ORDER FROM it is the very dread of that upheaval which utterances a n D : ;

ALL SECTIONS. keeps men, thoughtful area from dit- the CABLE CDLLINGS W p Q Mr rTryz : -

cussing the condition. They hope by No man, A r
<( a
silence, by ignoring fact, to persuade has been > : bt -i <'t'I ,
of Interest Alliancemen .. hair's Brief Items Interest From 0
Items to themselves that they don't exist. They "' LlU

Everywhere. appear to be quite content with things as out, but ;;;' Various Sources. e. 0 F O p zM D

they are, and, aKTiouqh they are confident minder -- o It 0 ZZ' D O zaQi I'wSfr
e that sooner or later the deluge matt walk is as <
elected to 0
Evans has been sue
The Oregon (Pcndleton) Alliance Ha. come, so long as they are not overw hemed to glory, St. lord of < < M
aid ayt "It the Farmer Alliance bad II thou in .Joseph Savory, a mayor Iu 1'1Itlt .
by it they don't care. How idi tio a ," 4
collapsed half us often as the newspaper would be for tbe family physician to minder. w "
opponents have given out news to that Corded men were roasted to death by
cover with a sheltering plaster an angry
would bare been forgotten igniting In a railroad accidentin North < QIt
euect,it long ago and a threatening carbuncle. fie can by who !
but instead of being forgotten suit his &Monday. > () 0 ., .
hil plaster conceal it from view, lIe or It :> < 0 ,
jit is being remembered in a very lively can. say in smooth and oily tongue, but what lope In person celebrated low < ', )'

way. and the remembrance promises to "there is no danger. 'Meanwhile If this is at rU, Peters Tuesday, 00,000 peo- Vehicle, .., .
become even livelier as the prusidentia the carbuncle is at work draw. Is also witnessed it. Write for our flew OO page Catalogue of alt kinds of ,
contest. approaches." ing to itself from every and has ne''Pllpers'or Paris gn-ntly praise AddressSOUTHERN k

ltationaiaEamomiet* section of the.nystem the virus which ul- This is tenor of a pooch made Sunday by BUGGY CO. ,
gays the : "Tha timately will flnme'fuurth, with core in- which minister of foreign affairs. U.S.A.
stale) charge is being repeated, that the flamatioD, causing intensot pain and gates of shrewd crook bus been robbing CINCINNATI OHIO.
demand of the Alliance have a precedent ---__ -----------------.t'
sensible most
with A
fraught danger. more loiter boxes in Nashville anil cashing -- :
in the cedula system that was 10 physician would treat the carbuncle from in its found in I b\lin"4 letter. -
disastrous in Argentina. The truth is and bring it which it is
the first, by judicious means in Turkestan' is ex
e cotton
that the money system of that country Is expert incision in Crop
along to point where
trt amount to 8,500.000 ponds,
modeled almost after the nations
exactly would afford relief. It is a > to
permanent very ary '
of the United States, tho t 2,700,000: poods last ytinr.! ., ,
system easy thing for us to shut our Byre to the outside mo 1 :
only paper money being issued on depoa condition of affairs, but why Sure'y it distract. suffered a two-hnndrel- ,
ited bond The cedulas limply end dollar blaze Monday., It Wa
isn't wisdom to do to. Common sense minds m
mortgages, usually owned by foreigners, says all men are brothers, and when the they have Water aud North Dvlnwiire streets. wxfltilmixwLifcmmmmti? Pi I

interest of which.was guaranteed by the prosperous class recognize tho fraternity, sophistry\ arriving nt Suthrie, Oklaho mmw i ,
government, and are not tho basis for i a the comradeship, the brotherhood of the Tain. !! give some horrible details attending :

circulating medium such AS the Allianci unfortunate class, all danger/ will pass and opening of the government town Ito:

,demands. On the other hand they are i a away, the heavens will be clear, and the teey'movo ler. '
refinement <
abuse, the removal of which is imperatively tho nations, will shine upon one Iupon!! advance. \} met Rt Denver ' to nominate ,

demanded by.the order." the other, and for the best good of both. scorned : for chief justice of the su r ]

That time must come. It may not be in they will court. R 4. !

AND THEY ARE ALARMED. my days or in yours; but as certain M tho scattered net cash balance In the treasury t FOB > NEWPOET'I,
The New York Times sajs) businessmen revolutions, certain!! as fate, as certain ; inclusive of fractional silver lONEjOUCH .
have been interviewed that city; RS God himself, there must come a change the storm depose in national bank, is stated I
and they #11 fear that the Democrat* whereby men will stand more nearly on will not 42,000,000.

'party will make the mistake of favoring a level, and when this monstrous difference 'We are an two million dollars in sub crlp- qN S

' free coinage of silver. On which thiProgreititie of millions on the one hand, nothingon which is were received by Drexel, Morgan/ &
Farmer comments aa follows: the other, will'be done away with." pnenees of Monday to the new Union 1'aciflo, r -v-x//i\\vv
"All 'we have to'(ay is that no matte .' smothers ,
offered by them Saturday 1w SSLSSD
what their fears nor what action the parties THE: OUTLOOK.
take in regard to free diver, 'It Is i; Never before in the history of the United deposits of foreign gold. coin are
bo done.' If the New York received at the assay cilice in Now ,
going to "TERRE HAUTE
States' has there been,such ,an onslaught about ail
amounting on Monday to
stand the law
business men' can't they on an organization .s is now booing The dollars.
can go where the law will not reach them, made on the Alliance. Almost the and fifty thousand

The lira playing the game now and entire outside of the reform more mora circulars advising far
people press At
they with more or less success are making a relentless fight against it, the to hold back their wheat for thirty
until the "fears" of the 'businesi both Democratic Republican. Nearlyall have been Issued Minnesota. Ig

men' of New York are fully realized. So,,, the leading politicians on both side settled bid made by Donnelly tent out one of them.

gentlemen, prepare to move your washing are fighting us. The fight, too, seems to of New dispatch of Wednesday from OuatO' ; rA f

U you can't stand the. .pressure." be thoroughly organized, as it is being IN : says tho uprising in that country U '. '

made about on the lame lino in every 1801.-To little Importance, and that the govern
KEEP OUT Off POLITICS. State The general policy seems to be ceiver; is fully able to take care of Itself.

Every effort is being made to keep the to secure the services of a few Alliance hereby masked man entered the jail at

farmers out of politics. It is a criminal leaders. Have them to dent out slush fixtures W Monday, presented a r

offense punishable by slander and bill slander falsehoods and misrepresentation mcrly at the jailer, bound and gagged ,

ingsgate. The farmers, however have and then th- press passes it under the and relented Miller, tho boy mur. : j 4
staid! out of politics too long; that it around with favorable comments sea and as .

what's the mutter. They have learned The question arises, why this onslaught 1. For Jeffcrsonville, lad., police station

that many of the leaks in 'their p,'ckcts Why such unanimity in the opposition, goods !! blown up by dynamite Monday

are of a legislative character; that hard and why such desperate means are beingre tho at There was no one In tho build
times are not so much attributable to a orted to overthrow tho order The amount at tho time, end the officer have no [Patent applied for] "

luck of industry and good management answer is clear and plain. It is tbe first claim, : to tho perpetrators. This U one of the moat eonvenienlhpleasureandbusiness vhfole.orthelawyer, ,, '
on their part as to the fact tbat class leg formidable organization that has dared value of c"'' UOM man or Of the body
Islaticn has drawn their I. Rlbat, French foreign minister, at it if .. the Mm tim ..ry duraUt, and 1* the*. .
systematically attack directly the Wall street and sum of $ unveiling of,the statue of General ..e..U' Of 6w*<...*. ..Aiate es the w arfcr.. ,
surplus into the cotter of the nou-pro- Lombard money power and endeavor to :2. And said other A WRITTEN QUARANTKK GIVEN ON EACH VEHICLE' "

.ducing claf*. The farmers have done throttle their relentless grasp} on tbe stock, that Sunday France, was ,conscious among of her Tla ChD4' that,thID& Nabs sttMl>*a w dittcbibOn imrDTl. Waite>> lit rdGtI. AfMUWtsUl; : ,
,their worst managiug by trusting theirlegislative throat of the toiling masses. This is the ure as : .
but ws prudent. HAUTE CARRIAGE AND.. BUGQY CO. Terra Haute
interests to the care of those issue and no 'dodging it: The people and ;IDtdae.'T I TERRE ..'

not in sympathy with. them.-Proyreu'xtFarmer. : in open rebellion, against the, money inventory, Pattison of Pennsylvania .
called the senate ia extraordinary I
and oppression of Wall itrcet.; This bid !
That Prwer the opposition is powerfully entrenched II! made as on Tuesday, October 18th it .,
The New.York Jerald says: It will behind its millions there is two items. jo inquire into charge made. agafDlt RSON t

be interesting to observe the' efforts of no doubt., But.; yet, ''there )II hope. I 3. In state auditor and treasurer # f ,
the Farmers' Alliance to control its So far no particular' inroad has been will '' of Wednesday cyst P, :

member in their actions. The Alliance ,mndo into our ranks, but we are steaidly of the Hottel,' Pacific erpret messenger {
began yesterday: to send out a million gaining ground every day. The press to tate in run between Waco and Catesvllie, o p

letters asking farmers to hold back their a great extent ha!! lost its influence over the ., 1 Is missing and two money packages ', ,I
wheat for a great rise, which was confidently the people, and turncoat politician have count. 5,000 are also gone. 'If

predicted. Whether the promiseof completely played out, and if we can 4. And First National bank of Clearfleld ri Esa1RprttStroke f : :
improvement in prices will be fulfilled only succeed iu getting every farmer and ed, laid of which William II. Dill i* presi LI
remains to be seen, but close observers of laborer, and every friend of pure and to attempt suspended Wednesday because of
the Alliance will be most curious learn honest Democratic government to look of the d put continuous run and a ; I
bow far the farmers will respect the judgment this question squarely the face, victory Ryan to or lees continuous run since De

and authority of the fficials whom will perch upon our banner and our 1891, and last. Is the machine that
they have elected. Should the Western king be dethroned of political THIS
money cipal Columbus, 0. dispatch of Tuesday
sales of wheat suddenly stop, in com power' Brethren study this questionwell said *i Mrs. Allen O. Thurman wife of used, l Jri the Office,
with the request made the Al and meet it like true and brave soldier plainant
Magee "Old Roman,"Ia at death'door, and Court-room, and for reporting
m'Ylllely be credited with a tremendous be to his will ,
Every man pot turvive. She ha been quite
grip, for the American farmer and every sentinel on the watch-tower.- for hardly several week from I an attack of lectures and sermons. CINCINNATI I Shon: e r. iiQuickest. ;
I II back his farm .
not to
given holding Alliance Ethot (Mexla, Tex.) with the infirmities of her
Many .
products, no matter how low prices may *.* that just Venn, While its speed ia greater than any mpartmeut and Pullman Palace
be. other known method It 1 I.
BO almpla 0
A MBW PLAN /ten : lljor William McKee Dunn of the Bleeping Can through without,'change,. s
ilr. Ryan died at that any intelligent periOD can gain making direct connectionInCKNTllALUNIONCT _
and Wednesday
TUB ,W.IAJCCS!: AND ITS PLATFORM.It The Alliance Farmer Rural '3Ittttnger Artillery, ,
official of Virginia State be in lull '* bland Mo. During tbe war peed of too or more word per minute 3 t

i II ridiculous to say that you are a Alliance, gives a organ full description of the They do was an aide-de-camp on General in five or six!: week, without tho DEPOT for .51. LUU 13, ,
but will not endorse "
friend to the alliance cannot divide recent change! of plan in the business effort them ., '* staff and since the war he bar aid of an instructor. Circulars and And the WE'3T:: and with T hwjSh car x

jits and platform. You both togetheror of that State. The funds to conduct that the with hl. command in different part testimonial sent to all who mention line for S '"
two, accept ishment the south and and the ,
alliancebe the business effort have heretofore been west. this I :>>
neither. What would the paper. CHICAGO s
,tnent of ten the N. II NORTHWEST.
and declaration of raised by a quarterly sses dispatch from Woodsvllle
principles without a It platform would be but a rope of cents each upon the membership. It will rash : Frank 0. Almy was arraigned awl E. T. PIERCE, FATETIE, OJM, also with t 'Ugt' car D "ft"
keepers, lines for Elrm!
to hereafter be run on the "Rochdale" system not guilty of the murder of v
and There, hat is nothing rest in soon a name tall, but the pieces.aim The capital i* to bo famished by and cash I Warden Tuesday afternoon. Sole Agent for U. 8. and Canada. BUFFALO and Ord 4e..

i subscription, la share of $10 each, to be Ryan store I wa brought to court on a stretcher, and the East .M.
which an organization striving repre-
taken by sub-Alliances, and the certificates reopening. be look well and Is in good condi Only one change' of earl.
tent a deal. If you cannot endorse YNE TRAVELERS
great to to
a ,
not a held for their perpetual use lie wa entirely unconcerned. NEW '
the Ocala platform you are )feridlao ORLEANS 1f1.
friend to tbe alliance, and it is hypocrisy [a describing the detail it rays. A woman's independent organization, Jacksonville Florida. Jackson. fc: iA s .
such. That instrument i* the The good are to be sold "ai a reason; of colored women tbougbout > to o&oe. .

to tie poise that binds a* our member together and able profit for cash only,"there should bea ,Ten country, I II tending out circular to TEXAS TILE
considerable net profit "after p.ying RT JB ,T.
that the lady
race complaining
for which are ,
its demands the goal they
bud well profess to bea running expenses and the Interest on of the world' fair have refused The Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar I, Passengers via this Ilea are afforded as
Itri' You as
nll. Christian church and deny capital. In the constitution there i II a to the colored women of the streets Jacksonville Fbw. A new brick excellent view of lookout Mountain and
friend to the
of Bavior. If distinction made between these two A an equal chance to make an ex hotel nearest to all railroad stations and I surrounding Historic Scenery
the cut you
divinity must also love our items, although in truth the "interest ou aye of their handiwork steamboat landings Especially\ adapted I -

love the alliance They are you one and Iv eparable.&utAef"1& capital" is fairly! a part of the "running jtuteat Massachusetts democratic sttte to transient bu Ine.s. Elegantly furnished I I & 0. BAY, &; E. Put. Agt. At. .
platform. is be done 10 the trial ,
what to
Alliance Farpur. expense, Now, met In Worcester, Tueeds rooms single or en .uit.. Table I lama Oa. .
.% with the "net profit" expected Suppose Monroe John E. Russell wu unanimously a* good.. the bett. This hotel was built, D. J, MULLANEY, D!". paw. Agtl;;
a semi-annual profit of 6 per e&nt-tz,- Adams, for governor John W. furuiahed and operated as a $3.09 a day Chattanooga. -' '. .

HJBATT ItBCO FOR A MALICIOUS PUKPOSE. 100 on the, capital of 42,000. This Tom of Clinton wu unanimously bouse rates are now reduced to a t D. O. EDWARDS, 0. P. air T A.;. .";\\. '
It Is evident that in tbe present struggle would be divided among those dealing Williams, for lieutenant governor The day, while the service Is better than evfr.lirfakfast ; .= f

for political: supremacy in this coun- with the exchange r&teably upon the faoce, in on the balance If the ticket from 0 to 9\ lunch from J 1 :80 j CINCINNATI. 0. ':.1/' -1t-'
try the partisan paper are determined to amount of their business-one-half in hip near ) u follow: Secretary of state, to 2:80dinner; from 5iSO to 7:80 This I- I I I I ttM* m H I 4 -WfeMWpVB-. .11 ...h:
misrepresentation sod the other half placed to the 6th of U hotel In Jacksonville ;
of the serving
top at no amount money Ciubman, of Lakevllle; lre *ur- only THE : I .
and downright( 'lying that teem necessary, ('''"'omer'l account a* stock until he draw bufOO The receiver General James 8. Grin. regular mils at these hour All others 'I

to help their aide iu the controversy. It I* invested, when be may courtroom of GrteoUoldj, auditor D. W are at lead one hour i Iter. Us the >: I'
one of the purposes of the Alliance move- his full rebaU u well constitution a* Judge fry, of Mtrbtehead: attorney general, Travelers' omnibus, tb ticket sav U ,NEW. LEVER SAFETY, ,' ;r
ment and of the Peoples* party to bury tit on his tock, (fie cent" but new )L btaurn*,of Chlcopea. tuts each way.BURTON. !!
all trace of the animosity existing( between says "not to exceed a per ) receive the
the North and South on accountof whatever the rate may be, all hartholaer ice in CONVICTS FRUSTRATED K. BARR8
differences. And much Is being will receive the same per centlgo. So In the OC: --

already put accomplished in this way by the of the 0 per cent divided the man or woman able scene. a Dastardly Plot to Hang a IP Proprietor.'
dealt with the excbaog or above the '" "
who had
of the men of Jailor. 'SOVEREIGN"LODGE
fraternal coming together THE t
the amount of
to .
branches Ago
of iU ,
these sections. But the old party paper one fertiliser, handsome Birmingham. Ala., dhpatch: la"l .. '1"
and politician are determined to keep $200 other in groceries commodities dry, good be entitled before F. Bentley John Bentley, W. 8. Of Odd Fellows Meet in Grand
alive and animosity or Jame Cross and
this prejudice be Harvey Thomas,
to rebate of 110 of which |J to paid never Encampment.
fanning a
can be done. And they are again credit row are a gang of robber, burg
in cash, and fj to his or her U. second toc.mptnent
the ember most vigorously. It is thought of aod train wrecker who now repose Tbdseventy grind
to be the only means of preventing the stock: bearing interest. The object people to Gadsden Jail under sentence to the of the sovereign grand lodge of tIM lada-
this latter provision is to give each oae a time for Order of Odd Fellows was
further growth of this fraternal A* soon u they have son dependent
now promising the speedy heart union of permanent interest througa joint ownership he I their sentence the UoJud State opened la M *oaic Halt in 'Be.: Louis,. .

the aection The Northern paper are in the system. And the design They are 'I i* ready for them with ao Ho., MoodsGrand Treasurer, IiaM The PERFECTION of SIMPLICITY ,i
"preaenturthe men of the South u tbe throughout i* to furnish good at actual such the tad for wrecking a mall car near A. Shepherd, of Illadrlpbla. reported and ECONOMY ot POWER;; '
Intolerant bulldozer they ever were or cost, deducting necessary: expense. showed ao Recently they formed a tb'fiaocial status of the order and \
wire represented to be, and nothing but u salaries of agents, clerk. porters, and i concluded to escape sad oa Monday morning commenting apes the figures, said they NO QIrAyw NO OF.oAnt.. .
the strong arm ot the law can be depended tore rent, as well u interest on working I itoee.. : .. Jailer B. F. Milton eo- showed aa Inmest ia receipts. Tb VARIABLE qTROKE:, only twte'i1'
oa to cope with their lawless, capital property a part of the necessary .dam*. I the corridor and unlocked their cumber of Initlatso.*last year is shown of Revolving'' Bearing;

malicious iedina .-Hartford, CeL., expense, u said before. ;I Cosily the I to turn them out for the day they tob. 68,080. Tb Des Increase In the Bet Hill Climbing and a.U around _
Aa..1II' a'. table*. oa him Milton managed to throw Voiced States and Caaada during tb* Safety matt

:. TOM ALLtAXCB OKuns THAI ITS were vou I outer door k.,s out of tbe window1 past twelve month 1* 87,000. Tb totalmembenblpatpreMMtti .

A OBKAT CTBXATAL COVCRO. LEADER*. ten drew his knife with which h* cut 17"au. ?b. OA-A-O .S i iN.
Clot The Farmer Advocate, Charleston, ia charge I of them. Bat they overcame him revenue for IBM-HI $7.44t97. 11epecatary t'
Boston aye
writer la the
and it V*.. says "The Farmer1 Alliance u quarters r a rope around bU neck lAd were ia b.astoiasr. dUUibuUd WMH B.
"Tbi i*a peculiar country that U i ;
to very neb the great fanner organUation 'eepiog. act of hanging bin when a city po 000,000. II* also rrrd to the 1
the are
a very suggestive fact that awakening much alarm in political made by appeared. He entered the jtJI. growth popularity of the degree of > :y -
getting: richer very fast, and the descend poor drclet lslnJUitely greater than any Uw of 1 the mca back to their cell aad i Iielkeca, wbkh now numbers SMITHVILLE "c l!
"her keep aloog u they are or U not an todividual will be
men fA it. Then i Milton U the aick ol time ladle H. J. ,. f fs
to lAd
a lower depth of discomfort pot member enrolled oa Iu list f>f chooses to )
*rtT- Now, it stand to reason that I


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'. '? THE SASl,COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY OCT. 9, 1801. -a f '.-

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order J. D. Beggs. Hon JAMES: PBITCHARD President; W. B. BARimt, pice-Preetdent
running across a bar, with sound. reverse effect of acquiring POPUlArity. called to by ;
+ THE, EAST COAST ADVOCATE 4- ings of only seven feet in his toe' We refused, four years ago to sign the W. D. Chipley Is present, to Inspire the W. M. BROI IT,Cashier
call for an election to put the 19th arti- gathering with his well known, energy
A'Wn.LY aottaxIL DEVOTED to THE DEVEr anderings, he explained that our cle of 'the Constitution 'In force. The and enthusiasm on this subject INDIAN RIVER BANK
OFNRXT o...n.UTDIA arts Art chart was not correct, when ,we replied most prominent prohibitionist in the The Grant monument was unveiled, SATE
tARB WORT(&KCnOK. that it was a proof of the count, and an esteemed friend who ap-] berore KB Immense gathering, at Chicago ,

latest unpublished chart, sent us ala d us on the subject, .Ih testlf on Tuesday. died. (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
to that fact. We had a hand in the legal The King of Wurtemburg on
Office: Washington Avenue, Tltnsvllle, token of regard, by Senator Call. fight which resulted In the, opening of Tuesday, and General Boulanger, or Authorized capital, $1 00,000
Florida. Finally Mr. Spencer informed us the doors of the saloons, at Tltmville. i France committed suicide In Brussels, r-""
Indian River, that it never wad intended for large And we believe that the morals of the' on Wednesday morning lie was an oui ---1- "'\N Paid up capital!, $25,000

steamers to enter the bay-that it community have been greatly mprorrd! by cast from France, and nas had, a stormy Average deposits, $140,000

was build the licensing of liquor saloons. There career. ______________ -
J'tiDLJ8RED EVERY FBIDAT. proposed to a bulkhead $fas more drunkenness during the dry
out at Soldier Key and that largevesselt'would regime than at prbspnt. The illegality or The Best Bargain Transacts a General
stop at that point, the business compelled It to be conducted We can offer at present are as follow: Banking

)1dROr.n...!...... WxtTKB.8. OBABAMisoclat which is four miles from the en. In secrecy, and the veiled surroundings Lot one, of section 82, township And 26 __ Business
which shielded the liquor tram South Range 37 East, containing 38, _
ey's Rock We thanked Mr. Spencer for gambling and other worse vice. river front, land Is light high hammock, Largest and Oldest Bank on the River(
for his lucid explanation, and Since the saloons have been opened In a balance is good pine' four miles north -

Intend at the Tltnurllle Pontofflc u 8eoonClosi < were glad to know, that there was legal and legitimate way, there Is none of Ban Gallie, one mile north of Goshen ,_I DIRECTORS
Mall Matter. cessity for secrecy and the :vices which post office. Price 130 per acre. '
no difference of opinion between we have referred,to as having been associated The south twenty acres of lot 1, section i of.PRrmtAnDW.B.BAn the National Bank of mi re.lilint
) J
Us as ,to the practicability of large with the liquor traffic while It was 30, T. 20 S. R. 37 E., has a small DUBKICC: ( _i'resident Nationalllet ank H of'Jacksonville

Address all communication to steamers ever entering Biscayne under the bann of the law, no longer house and other Improvements, known 47. BBOW! ), W. 8. GRAHAM and w. si.
I during the flourish. There is less drunkenness In as the "Nicholson place" "At Hartland '
EAST COAST ADVOCATE I Bay present genera Titusville to-day than', 'I'jto. post office. Good, high bluff, river Seaboard National CORBESPOXUKNTS.Bank of New York
TrrvtviLUC FLORIDA. tion. At that time the town derive no" 'reve front. Has a splendid stream of water National Bank of JackaonvUle. ::10 and

1'.b.nox... nue from this source; to-day It receive running through the property. Pric TITUsYILLE FLA.
a thousand dollars, to improve (treeta $000. ,
and other property r > I' 1w. t of 8. E. i of section 24 T. 27
of evolution Is abroad ETC. As eltloa'on the stock question R. 37 E. being forty acres of land on thepeninsula. -
THE spirit! persona we have always been In opposite Melbourne, which Is
throughout the count The Board favor of a stock ordinance. and todaywe pronounced by the County surveyor as T. MURPHY
of County Commissioners evidence It is quite probable that out of are of the same mind. We think the excellent pineapple land. One mile .

improvement In their methods of the discussion of the Sub-Treasury Council,however,took the Correct position north of East Melbourne. Land In this ,
business at each succeeding scheme and the substitute When it refused to pass stock or neighborhood of similar character, ha
doing proposeed dinance. Though many bitter complaints sold recently for $60 per acre. The titles '
meeting. by Senator Norwood, some were made by people who had suffered to all lands offered by us are perfect Jacksonville Machine! '

practicable method for relievingthe from the depredation of .stock, those Location, character and qualitywill
Ix the publishing the distress of the farmer will be same people petitioned the Counciagainst prove as represented on Inspection.
the Passage of a stock ordinance. Terms, on any of the above half cash;
eounty pamphlet, it was necessaryfor devised. The Council very wisely concluded ,that balance in one, two or three years,. at
the whole country to be scouredIn We are prepared to admit that "the beat evidence of what man want ten per cent Correspondence solicited. a And Iron Works

search for the cheapest printer. something new in the way of national Is what he signs his name to in writing." ROBBISS & GRAHAM,
The work involves an expenditure financial system is badly Our use of the term "good people"was 0-tf Titusville, Fla.

of about six hundred dollars. We' needed, and in this respect we agree Intended"good people"in a who sarcastic wanted spirit.the stool The The County Pamphlet. PUMPS ENGINES AND MACHINERY OR ALL

hope in the matter of a new co n- with the great majority of Alliance prohibited from running at large neglected KINDS

tjjail, which will cost, all told, men. to express themselves at the polls to East Const Advofnte:
about ten thousand dollars, that The laws which govern the cir that effect. We know nothing about the So much has been said by,the, newspapers Made and Repaired.
methods adopted at the election referredto. of Titusville about the printing or
the same rule will be observed. If culation, and the supply'and de. We were not in the State at the the Brevard county pamphlet, it is probably
bids are properly advertised for, mand of money, are certainly faulty time. We' believe however, from the expected of me, as the committeeof CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS PIPING. & SUCTION

the county may get the work done and appear to have the effectof condition as reported to us by those the Board of County Commissioners ,

for several thousand dollars lee making the rich richer, and the whose word may be relied on, who were on revision and printing, to explain what Fox PJ:1ospJ:1a'te: : roc1ging.
present, that very little interest was tak action has been taken and what is the
let It the first It is '
than if they to con only extremistsin
poor poorer. en In the matter. The contest for the present status of the pamphlet. It was
tractor, jail builder, or safe agent the.ranks of the Alliance party office of Alderman, between Captain originally the product of the Orange OFFICE & WORtfS:
who comes along. who are ready to adopt the sub- Fisher and Watson was absorbing the Growers Association. At their last

treasury scheme.; The conserva I minds of our citizens at the i time, and meeting a committee was appointed to 134 & 136 East Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
I revise it It was made duty to
very attention was paid to the ques- my ,
FLORIDA needs all the deep water tire members do not feel that the
with this committee with view to
tion of whether stock: should run at a SjmHImo
that she can get. Jacksonvillewants subject has been sufficiently agi- large or not. Another election will be Its completion, and to ascertain the beat .

the St.Johns river improved, tated and discussed by the 'people, held two weeks from next Monday when terms for printing the same. Those duties E. 'BLAIR. D. B. THRASHER.
and she won't throw any obstaclesin or that anything yet proposed is the "good people" already referred to I performed as best I could, and my
will have another opportunity of expressing report was made to the Board at its September
the way of government aid for practical or feasible. On this themselves and "Kicker Num meeting, at which time the Board Blair & Thrasher

a. breakwater at Canaveral.' ground we agree perfectly with the her Two" should be on hand In force, to took the matter in bond beginning ,
Times-Union. It is a great pleasure Alliance. But there are many lee that the election la properly conducted where I had left off.

to note that the Times-Union members of that party who are this time.Meeting. Mr. II. S. Williams, of the Orange
3rowers' committee,had done much valuable PRODUCE: BROKERS:
Las the broad liberal which Town
to .
expressed ready adopt any measure work, but owing to other' duties,
views contained In.the above para sounds plausible, on the ground At the Town Council meeting yesterday could not devote sufficient time and labor -

graph. We had almost done that that matters cannot be much wor ethan afternoon, the Mayor, was directed complete It., Finding it in an unfinished Commission & Distributing Merchants
to revise the ordinances under state, the Board employed Mr.
excellent journal an injustice, in they are at present We cap. tqwn supervision ,
H.[ B. Archibald to its
thought by fearing that its great not agree with those who take that lie was also of directed the Ordinance to order Committee.two' car and also employed compile Mr. W. S. Norwood revision 153 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLU.P.

desire to obtain good water for view. Matters'might be much loads of tV or refuse limestone,from to canvass for advertisements. This 1s .

,Jacksonville would cause it to belittle worse than they are. Under the the Ocala Lime Co., In order to test this the present condition of the pamphlet.I O. ,Bor:, 781.

the claims of the coming old banking laws, before the na. material for street. crossings, and for pay. [ was not empowered to piake contracts,

great seaport of South Florida.. tional banking system was adopted, Ing The pJlrpolee.reports,of the Marshal and Collector consequently that; bids had the been records accepted.did'The not workof state ORANGES AND PINEAPPLES

The good will of A paper"Of the they were much worse,, if we 'can and pf.'the Clerk and Treasurerwere the Board, so far has been preliminary
calibre of the 2inut-Unok is not believe the statements of 'old hen received'and approVtxl* The latter ,:and at the proper time'every item .A SPECIALTY -

to be lightly valued. who lived under that ,system, and disclosed a balance of:ovo?tSOO cash on or expense will be published, The Board Consignments of air kinds of Fruits, Yegetabes! and Produce Solicited.! .
hand in the town treasury. impressed with the importance of the
who never knew, when they got a ,An ordinance:defining, 'q'vagrancy!' y ," pamphlet, and is trying to give it to the LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE. PROMPT-RETURNS.:
WUAT has become of the Titus- bank note, whether it was worthits and prescribing K penalty therefor,which public at as little expense as possible to Reference: National Bank of the State of Florida; W. H. Sharpe, Sharpen; T. V.

ville, Oak Hill and Canaveral face, or more than the paper it appears in ,another,column, was also the; tax payers of the county.' We would Moore, Eden;:Wells A Sons, Plant City, etc 12jun '
Steamboat Company? If anything was printed upon. passed. Council adjourned until the much prefer to have the work done in

is-to be done this winter, it shouldbe One great objection to any system 22nd next regular inst, which meeting will,'be.on the-Thursday hut meeting the- great our own against county such, but. desire the difference that makes is so THE TROPICAL TRUNK: LINE

done at once. Why delay the : of government loans to the held before the terms of the retiring It practically out of the question to do Jacksonville
development of the Banana river people, on real estate or any other officers expire. so. The Board is working for the belt Tampa $ Key West System.Trains .

country for another year? We understand security, is the immense opportu Interests of the whole people, with a full
The County Commissioners sense of their obligations to the tax
the line referred to has nities it would offer to those offi fay. leave Jacksonville via 3..T.&K.W.,8M.m.. dally except Sunday t t3M dally;
Were In session all day Monday Tuesday en of the county. While we wl1 4 KM 1".m. dally except Banda). Arrive 6:30 a. m., 12.53: p.m!,6:10 p.m.
raised $2,500 and that only"I,600Doro cials who would have control of the TraIn.leave Jacksonville via East Coast _
and Wednesday, and held a night glad; of any light which the wisdom ol Line 8:00 daily; 4.-00 pm.. Sunday only;
IHWpm dally except Sunday. Arrlre 11 60 ,
Is needed to it in matter in each district. What immense the county press may shed upon the : a.m. 5:40li.n1.
put opera. order to finish up, on the last TraIn. leave Titusville north bound 6 KX> Sunday.
tion. Make one more strong pull, temptations they would be aetlslon1ln o amount of business was work we have in hand, or our duties in Trains arrive Tltusrllle,south bounb,8:40 p.m.. dally except Bunday.
matter we are not responsible to
and a pull all together, and the subjected to! What abundant op- the transacted minutes but the Clerk that did not could have any them, and cannot, be Influenced by their Indian River
arranged so we Co.
work can be accomplished. Do ortunities to lend an 'unreasonaly peculiar views.
get a copy of the proceedings for this Is- The facts about the bids for STEAMERS Leave Tltosrllle at 6:00 .. m. Dally, except Sunday,for Melbourne and way
;your best, and when the last six > large amount on slim security, sue. The most Important matter under printing I landings I and at 10 p. m.. MODda'l1 Wednesdays. and Friday.,making connections for JUpiter.
ahares of stock remain to be subscribed to a favorite, or to usurp their pow. discussion was the building of a new the pamphlet are as follows: The Ttmtt- Steamers Going North bourne at 1-00> p. m. dally except Sunday, for TltnivUle.
Union's bid for printing 6,000 was $223, Leave Jupiter 0:00 p.n>M Tuesdays,Thura for, if no one else will take er, and do injustice by accommodation jail. The representative of the nail Safe and for every additional 6,000 printed at For schedules, showing time at ltattona nut named above and route.,rate.,etc. Pldy to local
and Lock Co. hand '
: was on with plans, I igeotl.or General Oaken Jacksonville Faa.
them, call on the ADVOCATE. We on an unquestioned the same time, $130, making $356 for
specifications and prices, but the Board B. B. CABLE. General Manager. o. Gen.
prefer to stick to the printing bus pledge, to one who happened to be very wisely, we thought, decided not to 10,000 copies. The Star's bid for printng -
iness and let steamboats alone ; of a different political stripe.As close a contract until they investigated I ,OOO was $070. These_ bids ,were SnpU East Coast lines, St.Augustine.

but in this particular case we in all things else since, the prices closer. It was understood that based.upon The the last old edition pamphlet printed of by eighty the
pledge our word the line will not war, we fear the South would not printed the county at home.pamphlet In case should the not county be "imes-Union office was 10,000, which cost Pine & Lumber JUST RECEIVED

be stillborn for the sake of a few receive justice, and that the secure Indulges in the luxury of a new jail the 400. This will, in all probability, be Cypress ,
hundred her had Town Council the number which the Board will decideto
dollars.; ity citizens and borrowers of Titusville expects to OF'ALL
have printed as soon as the revisions KINDS .
the old structure and Its
secure cages ata
to offer would be to much
subjected completed. No bid has as been ,
bargain. This old jail whichlias done let ROUGH OR DRESSED. AT
THE BISCAYNE BAY COUNTRY 'closer scrutiny by ,the Federal the accepted by the Board.
county good service, would be ampleto ,
.. agents than that which the Penn- accommodate the involuntary guests Respectfully Shingles, Lath, Orange Pineapple .

sylvanian or the New Englander of the town to come. We W. II. SHABPE. F. C. Allen's
We see that "S.," in the last Issue presented for inspection. If would not be surprise if the town could & Vegetable Packages.

of the Tropical Sun, is, still scheme of the kind referred any to get one of the county safes,'which ate of I I Town Ordinance_ _
little use, now that the county has a
talking about direct transportationbetween should be in the An Ordinance defining "Vagrancy," and It will who '
put operation vault, for a. lOng on easy terms.; pay partlea contemplate
Miami and New York. Alliance should see to it, if possible It was quite evident to the casual observer providing a PwIJy'IMor: building to call on, or address us. Mill GEORGIANA, FLA.,
Another wild statement he makesis that \ at the County Commissioners' IT ORDAHfED by the Town Council'of at DeLeon Springs.
application be made to BE of That all and
the Town Tl tut ville. rogue Orders promptly filled.Chandler .
that "the boom has overreachedour each section of the meeting, county affairs are going to be vagabond Idle and dlHoluM .and
expectations and has placed country impar transacted on business principles from tramps .ho goaboutbeggingperrmswho use & Landers, 200 DOZe
and that malfeasance unlawful or common
tally, or cor. henceforth.We Juggling or glues playi
fie country ahead of the ,oldest pipers or fiddlers,stubborn children,runaway, P. 0., THE SPRINGS FLA.J. .
uptlon the of the understand that an accountant has I
on part agent common drunkard, common night walker,
part of the State in populatlon.St ." would be visited with the most se- been engaged to prepare a report of the lUferen.lewd wanton and lascivious peraoni'i L. Carper, Agent, Tropic, Fla.28ang3mo-
financial status of the with instructions In speech or behavior common rallen and'
Augustine is said to be the most county
ere penalties. rawlen,persona who neglect their calling ormptoyoMDt. JELLY GLASSES
ancient part of the State. Is it to report at the lId meeting mtt-pend what they can earn, ,
of the Board, which will occur on the and do not provide for themselves or for the
possible that a city has sprung In. Reply to "Kicker No. Two." first Monday in November. suppers of their famine,and all other Idle and THEEQUITABLE _
to existence without knowledge I d1 Uorderlv persons.Including therein thoee per.sons J"
our ,
who neglect all lawful biuiueM and habit-
down at Biscayne Bay,larger In the Star of last"week an anonymous Late News of the World. of LU faammeggadmintheiri: bou thus_b,or upppllag houses shape 60 1 OZ.
writer under the name of "Kicker Number -
than the Ancient City, with its Two," makes what Is intended to be I Charles Stewart Parnell the great hays oo,be lined Inasumand mar. u nftyollan.orbet poo ASSURANCE
DeLeon, eta? We wonder quite. savage attack upon the indlvid- Irish Parliamentary leader died suddenly >uprt oed not exceeding: thirty MASON'S
that Bro. Metcalf would days a'bard labor.or by both .n. and Impr io '
publish ual who presides over the sanctum of the last Tuesday, from what was evidently .
of the SOCIETY
dUcretlon Mayor.laancee
such wild statements.The ADVOCATE.:. Our mule-like friend ls evidently rheumatism with heart complications.His 4 onment at or par of ordinance In conflict: withthis
Biscayne Bay is en. a.stranger in this community,for health Is said to have been steadily ordinance be and UM same are. hereby re- Of the United States. ,
country he refers to our position as one whose, declining since he became Involved In the eeJed.Untlnane. this IMPROVEDlARS
dowed with *passed SU day of Oct.MM.B. .
charms rarely equalled. 'tni| tr motive leads to champion O'Shea divorce suit*and scandal incident .H. Approved, ?ht Largest, Safest Lift A sur.
If the truth alone was told,it wouldbe '*excnse," or defend the presence of saoona thereto. CVn.Council "B. R.1V.UOJl.Mayor. ,
sufficient. Shortly after read. In TUusvUlo, for the sake, of ac- Sir Joha rope Hennessy who success Attests J.W.Itooras. Tow Clerk. 6*S once Co. in tAd World I II
We charitable Parnell's candidate for the I PINTS A QUARTS.
quIring popularity. ,are fully opposed
the bosh
referred to met Ely -
we enough to repeat that our friend Is evidently north Kilkenny district, bv a strange co- W. H GLEASON & CO. I _
Spencer the great Miami boomer be his died the His death ,
a stranger. He mutt or Incidence, same day. Tti American Casualty Insurance and
father of Glen Charlotte, etc., and memory Is sadly defective. We shall not was no doubt hastened by, the Intense ATTORNEYS LAND CASES.

asked if he would, when convenient Intimate that "sinister motives" Impel mental strain Imposed by the contest referred Security Co., Send in your orders$ at once.
him to grossly misrepresent the truth. to.
take the coast survey chart, We were In favor of saloons long be. The Honorable William Henry Smith, TITUS TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED -
the Beat Accident Policies No
and point out the channel by which fore they became popular. Reference tothe leader of the British House Oomiwns: AND PERFECTED. initiation
Fee. No Annual Dues. No Election Announcement.
turners. proposed to enter .Bis. files of the Star will show that dur- 1s also dead. Assessments.

eayne Bay, which he very courteously lag the absence of, Mr. Wager, in September The World's Fair onT otioa b la session ABSTRACTS, FURNISHED AND RESURVEYS -
agreed to do but regretted .of 1889, we spoke the first word at Orlando. A committee was appointed OBTAINED. TrrvnILU, Sept 84, 189L
which up to that time, had ever appear. to devise a plan for raalnguDda.
be did not, at that time have the ed in defense of aaloou, in any of the It is proposed to raise f1OO,000, each Defective Homestead and Pre-EmpUon F. A.. Hupperdl:: : I HENRY B. ARCHIBALD, beg to
chart handy. We suggested that county paper, Our sentiments were have 1U own ergaaisatiea and Entries Corrected and Perfected. announce myself a Candidate. for
we had one in our office and induced the same then as now. At that time csubscribe ar amount in proportie to its Claims adjusted before the Department MANAGER, ORLANDO FLA. the office of Town Clerk of Titusvfflo
him to us to that those who did not believe In the beneficent assessed valuation. Gen \ Jdner, of at Washington. and If elected will devote my bM'or-?'A
place when be accompany effects of prohibition were in the Brevard county is a. member of the committee Correspondence solicited. Agents for Titutoille: Hotcdl glea to the discharge of the thep I
proceeded to define glorious minority, and to advocate their referred to. Governor Flaming tion.
the ehannel in question; but after side of the,question must have Mod the Presided at the convention, which was EAU GALLIE, FLA. Titus. T HDBT B. AacEIBJkLD'

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Dealer In '.:.Jj :' 0

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Special Lw Ratei Summer. Guests. .j'
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sgaugSm- j; G 'McDONEL Proprietor., Aurantia.- FORWines H*. R. OLMSTElD, INDIAN RIVER LUMBER COm{ r I;

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Mr. C.. Brown in building A wharf & Tho Pioneer Dealer in
A Few Words From Eau Gallle. which Will commands' view of the Spirits I

rUulover'and our ]lovely stream, whIchIs Incorporated: 'h" '
: '
Eatt Cotut Advocate: widest at this pointVacation I .
/ II. HANSON, Manager. """)', \\1(;.,,; '.
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In the last Issue of the ADVOCATE Is over. School books are Se'era Eau Gallie.I '. \: '" 0','
{.J A t'
"Jfemo" (it should be '"Knowmore") now the order of the day; The average ,

said Kau Gallle has 23 artesian wells and small boy Is unhappy and wishes, he keep in Stock a Choice variety of TITUSVILLE, FLA.HOUSES '.li? i .. tt

that McAllister put down all of them. could spend another month fishing: CIGARS ETC. GROCERIES HARDWARE:, ,

The fact Is, there are 23: wells In Eau CROCKER;TOILET ARTICLES ETC FRAMED: TO ORDER. t' ( f'1'1'!
Gallic (and 2 In Goshen), and McAllister Mr. A. J. White has added greatly to OF THE FINEST QUALITY \ ;

did not put them all down. Note the the appearance of his residence, by en- And( will" Sell I X Low ns' the Lowest HARRISON BROTHERS' MIXED PAINTS, unequalled for bonuty.and lasting : ... *, .",". .

following:, Mesurs. Asplnwall match, closing same with a neat wire fence. Let GO TO Call and examine' my Stock. 18$ qualities Color Cards and prices on application. :'< ;, '\". t'd 4Agency
others follow his I
Houston Oeo. C. and Frank Houston example.Our
'Capt. -
,, Renaker.
Losley for the "Avrmoter," the best Wind ;, ; :'
,. Engine '. Sffrt. !
each has well that uq
a drilled made.1
was by esteemed townsman, Mr. Carter .
GODFREY : ; '.; : '
others than Mr. McAllister,' has been elected, by an unanimous vote, Families Supplied. HODGES &, .. J 1e

Considerable truck' will be planted Supervisor of the Turnbull and Auran ., GEORGE F. DUREN. ARTHUR T. FEASTER.

here this winter. Egg plants are being tin school district. We, the patrons, are Proclamation.NOTICE ,Manufacturers of : l

set out now. Messrs Church, Taylor, doubly assured of the efficient manner In : 7=N &:. :F'E: :.A.ST; =R".
which Mr. Carter will his Yellow Pine Lumber
Boesch, Smith, Tumor and McMillanwill perform newly 19 HEREBY GIVEN, That the an i'
plant heavily of this crop. acquired duties.Chamberlain's. election of the officer of the town of THE OLD, RELIADLEMEA.T it :
Tituiivllle, will be held at the Court buss
F. A. McMillan brought. a basket of In Tlttifville, on the Seth day of October, A.n. Koran A DRK8SKD!:. ; 1: :
Bet Honda,
Eye and Skin 1891, the tame bring the fourth Monday to elect Orange I 2VCA.RKIET. \ :
sugar apples over from Tropic last week. one Mayor one Clerk and Treasurer one Mar- S. Fruit A Vegetable Crate .. > ot';

They are not so hard to give away as the Ointment. nhftl and Collector, and one AcKHnr of Taxed, Lumber delivered at any part of Indian Rivet J\Ve liavo also selected carefully large stock of '. i' -\J f: : :. '
alligator pears he passed around recent- A certain cure for Chronlo Sore Eyes the foregoing( officer to hold office for the term on through; bill ef East:. Anyone contemplating 1"' ; : -fGR.OO
and three hold office building on the Coast,would do well to
of one year) Aldermen to RIF38 .t."f
11. .Wonder what Nature was trying to Tatter Salt Rheum Scald Head. Old for two yean next! increedlng theireleotion,and write for price" The Sawmill li situated on the :..;. .
accomplish, anyway when she producedsuch Chronlo Sores until their successors In office are elected and J.,T.ft K. W. Ry.,>mile south of llalatka.AfwnUi .. And in of ''.;' "'I
Fever Sores Eczema carry season a variety :,,
a fruit as the latter, several trees of qualified.By Cocoa,J'':. Billing;Eau Oallla Eugene: 1(0

which.are fruiting at Tropic. I Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipple of direction naming of a Mock the Town ordinance Council will the be question mib-* Bralnerd.i. Bino.pd Fresh JPrTXltS dtb Vege'b1es: ; ilg

The and Piles. It Is cooling and soothing mined to the people and notice I* hereby given Satsuma nights, Putnam co.,Fla.( XXXX CREAMERY BUTTER Ice "\ .
White returned her on a specialty.
.to mooringsin ;
Hundreds of have been cured that laid qnenllon hall be decided at said election. 1 SooVCmn
our harbor Saturday. It is said Mr. cases bl All thou In favor of prohibiting mules A full line of best brands of CANNED GOODS. .. '. ,:, 's+
Cable was pleased with her style. She it after all other treatment had failed and hone running::,at large -will vote "FOR ',
was rebuilt by Eau Gallle workmen.X It Is put up in 23 and 60 cent boxes. STOCK ORmNAl'' (E." All those In favor ofallowing ORLANDO NURSERY, Orders delivered private residences, and at the .t l\mboaUandlng.and railway ," .f
: home and to run at large will '
Meat from 0 to 8 o'clock.
depot. department on Sundays .
: :X. B. vote"AGAINHT STOCK ORDINANCE.' J.Tj: opens "..
Banden Howell Titus,Henry Egger are hereby JAS. MOTT; prop'r \ .. ,
Circle for Marshal.I appointed Judge of mid election, and C. A. ,: ,
For Sale-Merrltt's Island Land. Gardner clerk thereof. Foils to be open from Professional Cur s. '
even a.m. to five p. m. ORLANDO, FLA. 1. M. Sanders 'r ;: i )iJ
Forty-five acres, fronting Indian and Given under my hand and teal this, the ,14th l'f

Banana rivers, in 6, 10 or 20 acre lots. hereby announce myself as a candidate :- day of September A. D. 1891.BKKJ. QEOKOC x. Ewiii!s. WALTER OHAHAM.. Dealer in jl'
for re-election for the office of Marshal .R. WiLitos. (Seal.) I Tree :
These landsare Orange
Improved or
as well adapted to the culture of election.and Collector, at the. coming town rat Mayor.Master's I II Lemon, Trees, BOBBINS & GRAHAM, 'DRY GOODS NOTIONS ; :\ ;

pineapples, bananas, lemons, Sale.UNDER I Grape Fruit Trees, 1. :
limes, guavas and early vegetables as any 7 /5 B.'A. CIBCLK. i Catley Guavas, i ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, CROCKERY "' -'

land in Brevard county. For particular AND BY VIRTUE OF A FINAL Tahiti Limes LeConte and Keifer '. 'i I i
TrrasriLLK:, Brevard Co., Florida.r. .
of foreclosure anIIOIII", issuing out SADDLERY \ t!
apply or address, with self addressed envelope of and nder the neal of the Circuit Court of :
Teach and Persimmon
Pears Trees
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"Carpenters Wanted In Florida ,2so. '
J. A. BOOTH, the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, In and i STATIONERY, :It\ :,"y, ,
0- Fla. for Brevard county In Chancery sitting, In a certain Niagara Grape Vines. Will practice In all the counties of the Seventh )S. '
I case herein Mary M.\Vlllmr, by Walter 8. .I, Circuit and In the Supreme( '"rt. Special (.* FAMILY MEDICINE! .. ', ,
To examine the Gage Self-Setting Graham her next friend and Sidney Wilbur, rllltlei for Examining and fattentlng Land GARDEN SEEDS 'i ., )
We Lead in a General Line of Nnrsery I Title Cnrranpomlomi: inllcltml from Claim \ ;
of:Interest.DELUw plane. It works better, easier and quicker her husband are complainant, and Jame T. "
Something ; saves time, money and hard work. Banden* trustee, and Jame T. Sanders and Stock. TangOraoAKree's I ants and Main to Spanish Unuiu. CHOICE GROCERIES, ,V,; *',t r

,- Can be set In five seconds. Changedfrom ett Telitha, Telitha Sackett Sackett a*exeouton, Glen Strohm and John and Rolwrt W.Back-A. Money to Loan. 1 HAY, CORN, MAPES' FERTILIZERS ;';;j g ,

FLA., Oct. 6th, 1801. double,to single) Iron in two sec Hardee are defendant Mid decree being: under General Supply Store I FINE PATENT FLOUR."t'\v+ "'-
East Coast Advocate-} onds. If your dealer don't keep it, end date of July 24th l..i,1 will, on the lint Monday D. L. UtTLbXff, J. T. BANDKUH, ,110":
In the ale Ooooa. : "
November name being a legal florid "
Will kindly Inform the businessmen to S.:B. Ilubbard A Co., of Jacksonville, I day and the second day of the month A. U.18iit Is the plan to Rfll. What You. Don't Want and Notary. Attorney for Hoard! county I .,
you Fla. It is easier to get them from them, + ,between the legal bonn of ale andinfrontof Buy What You 1>0.. Comnlssloners.GAULDEN "\'' '
ef town that all insurance '
your policies the court house door. In Tltuaville, Florida HARDWARE, Paints, OUR, Farming Impiemenus }'
; are void in building! In which electric and there'will be lens freight to pay, ell the following described property\ to-witt ,Builders'Material,Musical Instruments, Jt SANDERS, a.. W.' ]: l.oaers ": 'm .
lights are used, unless permit is procured than to send to Vlneland. We will glad All of the Routh-weit quarter \oa one, .
.. '' for their 'There is adds4 ly give any Information wanted. Gage townihlp twenty-two south of range thlrtjr- lx FURNITURE, and the New PROCESS VAPOR DEALER IN CLOTHING, "
use. no ant, the north of the north STOVE which U death all : t '
Tool Co. Vineland N. J. 6. excepting quarter to others.Hear ATTORNETS-AT-LAW, I
tional charge for such permits, if the halt of aafd&outh....,quarter, which contain Gents.. Famishing Goods ShoesHats.Caps <
electric light equipment is standard, but twenty acre and I* known a* the property of ", 'J"":
Lorton. Will prattles In all the Courts of the But .
George W.) The balance of laid southwest
" permit must be obtained to keep the Insurance Notice.John qusror.led.* the exceotlun mentioned,contain L$ of Florid,and the United States Courts. Umbrellas,, Trunks, Valises, \ ':', .. ..1 l j

,-" good. Respectfully yours, *one hundred and forty acre, or *o much .J .
" :' 81..Aa B. WBIOHT Agent. T.Hnntingion, thereof a* shall be sufficient to'satisfy the P.O. Box,:888.- TITU8VILLK, FLA. FINE CIGARS, 'Etc. \ ; {; i '
amount of aid decree and costs. All of said ,
V8.. The only house In town making a }.
< specialty
land I* situated In the settlement known as '
I We want every mother to know'that Helen H.l'uwler..of the M estate ailmlnUtntrlib of- Heath on Banana creek In Brevard county Money to loan. U of Gents. Furnlahingaoods. ; i:,;{,; ; I {' :

I croup can be prevented. True croup June H.Fowler deceased, In the Circuit Florida.described A land considerable U banun portion. ..Term of the of above side., I Drop In and examine my stock, and v:) .;" .i

never appears without'warning. The anil 8nh M..1o'owler.Idow soul Courtofthe7thJuof Cash. J.If,TtTKNKK: HOWELL TITUS, compare, prices. Cash customers com'I' 'u

first symptom is hoarsness; then the Frederick aid deceased Fowler., George Lewis dlclal Florida.Circuit In and for of f6t peolailluter. I mand .very consideration competitorsclaim : ". ,,,I'-.

child appears to have taken cold or a W.I'owler.Jotwph H. Fuw-' Brevard county A, ATTORNEY.AT.LAW, to confer, ;;> ;
'cold may have accompanied the hoarseness ler and Edrannd P. Fowler 1)18U1. IA Cban Jtl4 ter'* Sale. I Call when ; < 'I .;I.' '' 'i;'

from the start. After that a peculiar heirs of James H. Fowler eery.deeeaied Will practice In all the court of the Ttb JudU convenient. First door : ,:, J j'., : S ..
and U L. Oaul- clal circuit. south of ADVOCATE '
rough cough Is developed, which den Onardlan ad liteiu of b office. ft "1:: yt ,
In the Circuit Court 4 Notary Ofllo
Is followed by the croup. The time .id Joseph and Edmond oftfy( Fifth Judicial r d ,

to act Is when the child first becomes Fowler. Circuit of the United Staff, Northern TITUSVILLE FLA. ;
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Aflldarlt been made
baYing by the agent! of District of Florida. In Clwncery; DIXON & GRAY !
hoarse; a few doses of Chamberlain'sCough the Complainant, Oeo M.Robbing that In bla ,

Remedy will prevent the attack. belief Edmund the*.defendant, Jonepb H. Fowler sod Frederick Taylor B. L. WILLS, Dealers In r "ff '}
I Fowler non-realdenta
are of the State DR.
Even after a rough cough has appeared, of Florida wide within the United State. Ryder It Drugs Chemicals ,'.
Stephen Thomas
the disease may be prevented by using and that the raid defendant are under the lip Frank Bell.-Edwin Ihinn, t I PHYSICIAN 4 SURGEON, Perfumery, Toilet ';i
this remedy as directed. For sale by of il :rean I Thomas Reed, John O. .
It 1*therefore that the said defendant A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Fine Soaps, Stationery
Dixon $ Gray. 84t Rogen Minor 8. Jone, 10. f,
Edmond P. Fowler and James H. Fowler and experience of e
Robert H.Jones,and Dan- an twenty .
be and they are hereby required through their lei Bowen Albert M. NOTICE OF In oners his services to JEWELRY, #ie;(
Guardian ad then aminlntod; herein to gnawer Thrasher Julius A. Hayden MASTER'S BALK what the people say about this hove i years practice, SPECTACLES ASEWING \\l '
Fort Pierce.Mr. or demur to complainant'. bill of complaint before Jr. John '. Dear the citizens of Titusville and vicinity '
I MaUov. '
Mr. !
the 2nd day of November A.It. teal Atres Sir-W* cheerfully testify to MACHINES.. / i' "
complainant'. bill will lie taken a*coat_,.or ern William Oliver C.Starkweather the admiral qualities of the New., Process or r ICE: OVER /. w, BOOEUS: co. r
It 1* further ordered that publication of this B.i'ltchtAar- Gasoline Steve W* have bad one over six Guns, Pistols', and .. 'Jt .
Anderson left on Saturday for Ti- on Attains, Watches .
and cannot point to a single fault. Machinery Repaired. ,
order be made In the 1"\1' COAST Clocjk
Charles 8. ,
tusviUe and returned here on Monday'ssteamer. Uurling Henry B. M.A.$orl .
published at Titntrilie BreTard county,Florida, Lee, and Nathan Perry. ; mg.our. LA and Jewelry a Specialty ',I ""
Tltiurjll,May(, 111II1. .
week for four week .
once a consecutive
Under and by virtue of a ; nal decree of foreclosure JUSTICE OF THE PEACE School Books and School Supplies'. ';.. Q
I Done and ordered at the Clerk' and sale made and rendered In open I find a great saving; of gasoline In the New HTII DIST :
There\ Is still a few mosquitoes singing -. Office at Titiurllle BreradClerk' court by the Hon. diaries: Swayne Judge of the Process over the old. It keep* me In a perpetual Notary Public for the BUM at Large. Subscriptions taken at publisher's price <). '\\i'i'J;:

around us, but ere long we hope they (I Seal J j September County/1o'lorida.A.1>.this 181)1.15th day of said In the court said,on the 3rd day of June,leaf,In a case state of wonder.and delight.Mrs.. Contractor and Ilulliler of over M,ea.' sspe for Newspapers, Books, Magazines,; eto. r 1: ,"
sort depending
chancery, where Sidney Wilbur.
will all be for this anyhow. '
dons Natural finish it'
gone year a Specialty
A.A.hvaw&RT,Clerk. Prescriptions
Frederick F.Taylor 1* complainant and Stephen TltusrllUi, May IItb. WI. carefully compounded at ,. ,
The'flshermen' have now arrived In real ROBBIM & GRAHAM Ryder and otnen are defendant and tome MELBOURNE FLA. any time, day or night. '"i' #J.
Hollcitor for Complainant. TMt directed a*special| master,I shall sell to the I am delighted with the New IToces Vapor I ,},
earnest Never before was there such aJtreat highest and .best bidder for cash on Iundy Buiv It 1*wore than 1 U"",MJte
number of them as this year. ,Surely the 2nd day of November 1891, (that being the Kr.. X. I. Whey ..... .. /"
Notice.Cuardlan's. Tttae..n.., J'Ia..May 5th.111II1. Joo McAllister ].., .. <<:1* & '.'
Ja .
they mean to catch all the fish there legal law day of said mouth), between the hour* --=- n
or 11 1 p...., In front of the court house a 'a.
IL door in the city of Jacksonville, In the wd district ... If..
I Sale. the following described property QUEEN PINEAPPLE PLANTS Contractor for Patent Medicines 'J
Miss Brown arrived here on All and singular those certain parcels and )
steamer take charge of saturday"1 and by virtue of an order Issued by tract of land situated lying and being In the
,, UNDER Minor 8.Jones, County Judge olBrevard county of Brevard and Slate of Florida, and described E
She Is an experienced teacher. county Florida,made on the Mb ** follows, vim> A portion of lot three A few more Queen ; Artesian Wells Elegant Perfumery and Toilet. Articles'Kept '
her all success and happiness whilst day of October, A.U.18VI,upon the petition of 3)( of section three(3)and a portion of the north- fj, ;
I Alfred J. Elnlg and Robert B. Eloff by their last quarter of the southeast quarter of section Pineapple Plants for ,
amongst us. guardian,Alfred Smith,for the ale of certain four(4)all In township twenty-live(28) south of ,1G' Eau Gallle Fie.wi constantly on hand at ":'Hi' <
4 A-schooner from the Keys, arrived real estate belonging to said. minor, I, tbaaaldruardian range thirty-six(30) vast, according to United sale at $2 dozen. j '/
will tell,at public auctionIn front of 81&&M survey,and being commonly known a* per -
here on Monday with 63,000 pineapple the Conrt-hoUM door in Tltiuvllle on Monday the Ryder Land In Rockbdge upon a portion of A good time to F. B. filcreveii'sDRUG "t. ;
slips. She left 21,000 at the store landing the Sod day of November A. V. 131. the same which 1*situate the Tropical hotel and several hitAm Tf u.tobt ..
and carried the rest to Messrs.Cock, being the lint Monday in the month and a legal I other building and improvement, and 1*same for next season byte Y
tale day, between the legal boon"C sale to the tartleularly described a* follow*, to-wlti Th Drayman. STORE.
O'Brien and Prine. higherf and bet bidder for ca hthe foUowlng. I northeast corner of the.noea& hereby intatutai /- thousand. Write for .
described proi arty I tn h* eonveved a tMiinfc ,M Hauling done at reasonable rates. Attends
The staunch schooner Cygnus, which (1.) Beginning at a point on the couth line of the west bank of Indian River five hiW1nd-ud prices.' all departing and meets all srrlylug Also the latest Newspapers, Periodicals J
has passed here so many times this season the n. w. 1 X of Uw n. w. U of Mctlon 14 &owDo.blp thirty(630)feet south of the quarter section Uo etc.W. ,
bound for the Keys,' is now on the 22 couth of rang as ea.t, U9 feet weak of traduced dividing two(2)from lot three (S) T. E. RICHARDS trains. .s
the.e.corner of a. w. U:of the n.w. V: which OI..d'oa three(3)which I*also the quartersection Orders, left with G. B. Ruraph or at
ways at Eau Gallle, undergoing repairs. point U 25 feet south and 29 feet wet of the*.w UB* dividing the southeast quarter of Eden Fia. AIIVOOATK office will
the has done good service this summer. wrocr: of lot t&of Kobbin A Graham'addition he northeast quarter from the northeast quarler recelvt prompt
to the town of Tluuvllie; u.eIIOI'tb of the southeast quarter of sale MeUoa four attention. N. HENDRY
Mr. O'Brien arrived here, Monday, [n along the centre of Canaveral street, a* laid out (t), thence from such point on Indian Ulvr, go ,:
through said addition a diitanee of till feet wet across said lot three (I) and across said
the May Blossom a boat belonging to Bore or .trw, to a poiut 25 feet sat ef the s.e.corner northeast quarter of the southeast quarter to ivr.A.Trwr. 'S Dealer In
the Weather Bureau service, which came of lot U of Bobbin A Uraham' addition tblln dividing the said northeast quarter of i
from the chief office at Titusville. He ; thence run wet gun! feet, nor.r leee, to th southeast quarter from the northwest quarter I NEWSPAPER
the*. *.toner of tot:2S of laid. addition;theno of the southeast quarter of said section tour General Morchaudiso1
started for Jupiter on Wednesday.Schools rut loath 22S feet, more or less, t 0 tic eoalh (t); theno south along said dividing ..*..the SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
around this line of the D. w. W: of the o.w. K of said**ctlo3 northwest corner of the land formerly owned ,GICjidLwM itatf' hlllJJes ; 'b.,
. In general vicinity 1 thence run ai US feet a ora or IAM, to tile by A. L. and K.F. Hatch in said McUwt t thencetJon s y Tho Pioneer DRY '
started yesterday Miss Lily Bell going place of beJP.DDiaCotafa ac about....acre, ... the north boundary Un of the last Nr tiwnh copes GOODS ;
out to take charge of Five Mils school, uore 9f lea*. oreaaidlaad to Indian Wvorwhich said Us For terms and sample address. 'II
... I*four hundred and*lght m(tIll feet north of NOTIONS
liegIan2tot at the eoner of lot ) ,1.L;
and Mrs. Dardis taking charge of the St. .Iu A Grabaiii'i addition, and nm goes th*Ua* dividing said fc*Uire(a)frasn lot four C. II. NAUMAN, '.,.-,;<
Lucle school. We wish them both all at tees Bore or lea, along th parcel ut lead (4)In said section three),and the tine dividing TI'rvn'u.u, Brevard county, Iii.At STATIONARY .
success. aWN described to the sulk line of the a.w. W: the said Bortheast quarter of tethe outnalquarter t'
the..w. K of said ecti iJ;run we along laid from the southsast the south- sN < .
cast quarter of old section four It( rj thencenortherly fSsj Choice Groceries
II..a cIletaace 01 121I feet; thence ran aorta Meet :
Confederate Veteran ,more 01'lees.&o the*. w.__,.f 10&.of along laid river to tb point of ,,1'; ;
aaacMiieut, containing ,_ (12): acres, I
addition Uwoee
UobUiu A Graham1 ; ran
1 alone the south line of kx 26 Ud..../ aaMaddiekmadlataoceof more eor lee*I neerving and. th I'f.ift f. el 9IIAIS, FLA. ,,
At a meeting of Confederate Veteransof Ut Uw)duos of be.lsglbe abov aI trip or parcel of land so.v.yhuesd by :r '
parcel .f land bea said Stephen. Kydar and hi* to ..1H
Tues theaci
Indian River Camp No. -, on '
Alfred Robert C. deed *
the officers were + *ttw property of J.Half.d .... luff,and recorded. U the April office C. ;J. t 1
day night, following ,> JIoociaDIDC as the s.w.eonwor of the septa I proper HECTOR; : !
Commander .... ;of teacart sear aforesaid In Hook Y 01........ j 1.
unanimously elected: A. Brady, M of the *...U of tbe "of aectkiei a,tew* .- e
let J. Q. 3rfp 2t Broth of rang.ea t|.....*run seats oBpag 2a. Alwallof the northeast quarter fit I d 'Y I t
M. S. Barns Lieut Dealer s
; tfoe aecUoIIltDe _1-, run or less to the southeast quarter of section four It), towm- In General] > ; />
Stewart 2nd Lieut II B. Archibald ski and atoressld coatalniag forty ? N hN4fq : J
: S2X wTeorneVil the land 01 R-bert B. JUd'1 > nap ( ) a:
3rd Lieut; A. D. Cohen, Adjutant; W. hence earns along the month bee of Robert B.bni acre,BUT,...or..or ken,according tu the UulteJ n.c1erc"'a.n.: :Jl9c.P j"j
8. B. B. Wilson a di tano of 121I feottse she.,*.__01 8"au .
Norwood. Quartermaster; Jt. ;
There Ie upon tile boN described premises a )C Melbourne A
i4dlti thee Fla
1(. D.. Surgeon; B. f<,.. Wills, M. D., -a otU, es of a Bobbin coned A u.GrakanV... parallel* ..&he;raIl-.l'e ortcag*.prto: *.tk -.onpp.. ..".which UM ai1gryweesyfl: ,<, -t
rendered thte walea ;
A. D. Cohen caswtmeud tj decree wa la cause mart ,
Assistant-Surgeon; Chaplain track MV being located and by *
date trf IItb
bean tb* Febrmarr lacy was
; W. R. Sanders, officer of the Day; I.. 't..a L W. kalway Ca, which track aaaU (Tea by Steven lty* aad afliurkyd r. his 11njltr
of 418 Get to ted tt
A. A. Stewart, Treasurer; H. J. Brown, be a-".with a raolu _& wile tu Frederick F. .... py- Hats Shoes Clothinpry GoodsJust
01 eaW egMit lees rest uf Tea Thoqesiwl Iedlarraad iBtwwt,sad a ., Mer :
Sergeant-Major; M. Goldsmith, Vldette; o' CM 1JIKe 01 s d........ wa* recorded ea Utf lta of March last. U ta* ,.bd.-.w.w. ,,..
J. W. Ortan Color-Sergeant J. )fendellit III a..a&oefar the JllVl&I 01 &uIten II. .. \ to .esrpwes Arrived.
; = offlee at the Clerk*f th (a book Splendid Goods
Color Guard. )(. B. Metser, 2ndCola Oof Botvaga*. aps< of October,A.D.IWUAlru
tU Ttb day OILS
Guard. 'the boN tale ...Jec& wA.WrA 11SJ5 HARDWARE, LZAD,
BHITB.Ooardlan for Robert B.BC a
Executive Committee: B. Morrow, M. sad Alfred J.tmlf: ,....*.. rtg'gex..eratIOCS,-.- ...... U. = DRUGS, GJtOCERIl'.15, GIU.I1f t
& Jones W. U. Sharpe. J&oNIM ." rucrx Wow.aad aVjuaiM efuUcUttr >OJt&J -ns v i rabgl.. It J. Of all kinds; and la fact. a fall Una of

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I total tax of $2J,190.70 for state purposes. Avoid This Girl.
INDIAN ALABAMA DOTS. The total valuation of this county last ---
S. A F' BJ -- year was $5.760,810, which yielded a She if the gM who takes you off In ODe
o The corner ana tells you things that
total tax Of $24,104.04. special tax 1011rouldn't
Twenty Excellent' Bargains In RtaJ Newsy Notes Paragraphically for soldiers from this county amounts to \ repeat to your mother.

Estate on Indian Klier, Fla. Presented. 203361. She is the girl who Is anxious to hare

: : No. 1. The nw J of se J of section Prepee4 Now Railroad. you join a party which is tube '/& dead
OFBANK AWL; 7INDs 31, secret," and at whichbecause
t 27, sr 87 e.-40 acres, on ptninsuia vp- ,Governor Jones ha appointed two notaries -. A railroad from Birmingham td. the free and people are
easy, yon are uncomfortable
: F. Lewis Birmingham and
polite Helborne; pronounced by county public-irey sea with no greater grade than 40 feet wish you were at home.
surveyor to be an excellent piece of piue- and H. D. Merrill, AttalK would be a wonderful triumph of engineering She is" the girl who tries to induce
VAULTS apple land. Price A convention l baa been culled of the what you
$20 per acre. Adjoining skill. Yet that is Senator "just for fun' to' smoke a cigarette
land ia selling at from $5u to women of Alabama to meet in Mont Milner proposes in the state survey of a take a glass of wine and dontkno'w.and or to
|75. the 4th of November next. It is you
gomery line from Florence to the, sea. The engineering she that
VAULT DOORS No. 2. Lot 4 of section ,24. t 87, r 40e. hoped that every lady in tbe state ,who party is now far south of Linden the sinners possibly today committed doesn't their many of

Fronts on north shore of St. Luc.e feels an interest in the state1 exhibit at and is pushing forward with great sin, "just for fun." first

river, 79 87-100 acres; price, $23 per the World's fair at Chicago will. be present energy' aft*' 'jIce<1. The grade of this i She is the girl who persuades that
STEEL acre. route over 40 feet. ThatTs to stay at home and care and love
No. 9. Lot 4 of sec 23, t 87, r 40 e, Work upon the mines and mining what Senator Milner says, and. the scna own, to help mother and to have your
IMPROVED CONSTRUCTION. 65 03-100 acres, half mile front on south building of the world's fair has progressedso tor is the official bead of the surveying pleasures at home and where the home your
shore of St. Lucie river. Excellent land. far that the first of the trusses to party. It ii proposed to run the road people can see them, Is and tiresome
|ii5 per acre. support the ,immense 'central arch 120 down the Warrior valley to the gulf, and and that spending stupid the afternoon

'ill TtMA.TI31: : >8 :3P: '1QRNIl9tI3ma' : : : : No.,4. Lot ], 7986-100 acres; .lota, feet in he'ght' was put in position it would open up the very heart ot tbe walking upend down the street, looking
71 00-100 acres; lot 8, 65 1( .I00 acres; Wednesday and the stirs and stripes richest cornfields the south. The main
at the windows and the is
On all kinds of Fire and Burglar Proof Work. all in sec 28, t 87, r 40 e. Each lot has a were given to the breeze 1 point of interest touched is in Toadvine delightful." people, "just

quarter of a mile front on St Lucie river, The abstract'of' assessment from Jack- beat,. Jeff rson county, and there the She is the girl who persuades'you that

DIE OJ..D SAFE&LOCI M'PANY.: and adjoins the extensive pine-apple son county shows a total valuation of coal deposits are of marvelous richness. slang is witty, that a loud dress that attract
plantation of Tyndall & Dyer Tue (4,215,148, which yields a total tax: of' Senator Miller believes that a $great town attention is "stylish," and that
three lots have combined frontage of will\ be built 'there within' the next few
$16,800.58 for general purposes and a your own simple are dowdy and
H. BUTLER three 'quarters of a mile on very deepwater years. In his opinion an industrial. center
W. pedal tax of $2,107.57 for benefit of undc irllble. She doesn't know, nor do
and situated
being on the south within that district is inevitable.The .
vnluation last
soldiers. The total how have
year you, many women gone to destruction -
shore of the broad St. Lucie
abao under
are consideration
point is only '
which a total because of their love
yielded foot
was 3.025,300, fine
FLORIDA AGENT lately free from danger frost. 'i
$20 per tax of 115,708.10. Jwcnty-five miles from Birmingham, andn clothe.
acre for these tbree lots fn a body, or road from this city to that locality over
TJ 3ST 3D STREET $25 acre for either lot The Cleveland hotel and 'ten business the She is the girl who persuades you that
78 3D .A. This per is an exceptional bargain-a separately.better houses were burned at Sheffield several route long ago surveyed is as certainto to be on very familiar terms vita threeor

(nAB BROADWAY) investment than the amount require to nights ago. The fire originated in the come ns anything humnn can be. That four young men is an evidence of your
secure and rove on Ii rrtnostead at rear of the Cleveland building. The the line from Florence to the sea over charms and fascination, instead of being,
Miami and is not un buildings were totally wrecked.. The the route ,now being surveyed by the as it is, sn outward :visible sign of your
New York City. and perhaps long delayed upon satisfactory prospective loss is about $110,000 with light insur state will be built there can be no doubt. perfect folly
transportation facilities. ance. The fire is supposed to have been The mineral Health of that section and

1J'l-1' ego' No. 5. Lot 1 of see 80, t 87. r 40 o. entirely accidental.A the material development of all this region By Invitation
will demand it. and the work will
,., 44 110 acres, 'on south Shore of St. Lucie Mobile telegram states that consid- be done.-, Aye-Herald. Mrs Binks-"Why didn't you come

are taaklag a P.. <y thle eea on of'what river. Quarter mile deep,water front. erable work has been done lately on the home to dinner
1NKg u $25 per acre. Bigbeo river in the matter of blastingrock TRADE REVIEW. Small Son-''I had my dinner ma. I
w. on our PARAGON HARNESS. No. 6. Lots of sec 30, t 87, r 41 e. at McCrew, Turner & Barney's .took dinner with Willie Mink."
Mad of the PiNEdT STOCK and the vary Half mile of river front, on north shore shoals. 'The aim 1* to have a 0-foot "Did Mrs. Minks invite you?"
U of St. Lucie river. 40 1-10 channel the round at dead low Dun & Co. Send Out Another
BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness % acres, at $35 year "Yes ma, I smelled apple dumplings
'cannot be bought for lose than $25. per acre. tide,'and such R channel has been secured Encouraging Report. cooking, and I told her I liked apple
But Bargains Nos. 2, 8, 4. 5 and, contain. so far from Mobile 175,miles up the river. Dun's weekly review of trade says the dumplings awful."
at retail. we are willing, cnV log in the aggregate 430: 01.100 acre, The work is still progressing. hot weather at the west is worth to the "Oh, you did!" ,
In order to Introduce ,Ito to will be sold in a body at $15 per acre. While the agricultural commissioner country many millions every day.. Each "Ycs'm. Then she said maybe if I

SELL ONE SET ONLY This is a good chance to make 100 pel case of the Mtssrs. Kolb and Lane is clear and cloudless day places millions of went home Fd find you had apple dump

to one person as a 0ti i' ovftI e cent in less than twelve months. pending in the courts, they are both.offi bushels; of corn beyond the possibility of lings for dinner too.*
sample for No: 7. Lot 1 of sec 25, t 87, r 40 e, ciating. The office conducted by Mr. harm from frost, and a great part of the >' l"
24 78-100 acres,- and lot 2 of same sec, Lane received a few <<1ny>L ago from New anticipated crop is already! safe. Large "Ycs'm. But I told her yours was always
I6.60. 21$ acres. One is on the north and the York 100,000 tags to be sold to affix to crops mean that the farmers will be enabled : heavy pa wouldn't let me eat

other on the south shore of St. Lucie guano offend for sale in the state. These to purchase more freely of the products any, an' then she invited me to sit down.
river. Each lot has a quarter of a mile tugs will be supplied by Mr. Lane to ull of other industries, and will pay -Street & Smith's Good News.
frontage on deep water. $30 per acre iu who apply to him for tags. this'.fall a vast amount of indebtness.

separate iota No reduction if both. lots The Florence Svnodical Female college: In four months, ending September 1st, Do You See the Moral

: .. are taken. changed hands a few day ago. Kev. M.L. about 20} per cent of the. mortgage A French publisher who bad heard of
No. 8. Lot 8 of sec 24-51 80-100 acres
FriHson, who has been for a number debt on farms in Kan'M. young Balzac as likely to do well wentto
mile front on St. Lucie river and
; of years president of the college, resignedand or about $10,000,000, had been paid.. call on him with the intention of giving
lot 4 of sec 80, t 87, r ,40 e-77 acres,
Several hundred millions will thus be
Th assumed returned him novel.
Lucia Miss\ M. C. mpson con 8,000 francs for a Upon
also fronting on St. river.. $25
34V per trol. The Synodical college is one of to lenders, who will powerfully finding he lived in an obscure part of
acre for either or both 101.8.lSo. .
the oldest institutions in the south and affect all markets by their efforts to finda the town, however, he determined to reduce -
., 9. Lot 4 of 23 t 87 40
sec r e,
new use of their Meanwhile,
has been a very successful school. Under money. this sum to 2,000 francs., On ar-
53 16-100 acres, quarter _mile fronton Miss Thompson's management collegewill gold is also coming from Europe! and riving at, the house and discovering be
Bt.: Lucie river excellent: land $25
; ; lose none of its prestige but will though foreign banking institutions are lived on the fourth floor it struck him
THIS IS ONE OF THE per acre. doubtless become than doing what they can in self-defence ,to that franca would be but
40 STYLED WHICH WE MAKE No. 10. Lot 4 of sec 8't' 83, r 41 e, 89 more popular ever. restrain the fail to 1,500 ample;
A careful of the cotton movement they prevent on reaching his little and finding him
64-100 acres, with half milo frontage on inspection crop
active of American securitiesby
.g south prong of St. Lucie river, opposite of the section about Flotenro shown a eating a penny roll he offered ,but 800
investors. With
foreign money coming with which ho "La Der-
state of affairs. Tho francs Sought
and discouraging
south-westerly Deesey Bros very
forstocki and bonds well for
: as as "
niere Fee. San Francisco
h S'w to be but examination Argonauty
of land plant -
.0 plantation; superior quality appears healthr' wheat and cotton, and with the liquidation
known as old Indian field and reveals the is deficient
or camp in fruit. It is its bolls of farming indebtedness the prospects S.PARKER,Fredonl.,N.Y.,s'ys: "Shan
+ ground. Price, $za per acre. shedding rapidly for business this fall are unusually not call on yon for tbe $100 reward, toil believe -
x HAp No.' 11. Be J of sw i of seo 2 t 88s r and should no change for the better Hall's Catarrh Care will cure any cane of
41 sOuthside occur within the next few days the catarrh. Was very bad." Write him tat
N e, on of Bt Lucie river, two crop Bold Druggist. 73o.Twelre .
t v huud red yards back from river; excellent will be considerably shorter than last IMPROVEMENT HJ THE CITIES. particulars. by

I U pineapple land. Joni plantation of 0 K year. Picking has commenced in some Actual improvement is seen in nearly hundred communions are vacant
,)e '. z Wood. Price $7.50 per acre. parts of the county, but owing to tho all cities for the week At Philadelphia the English volunteer army.
(j) No., 12. Pineapple land. Lot 0 andn lateness of the crop it will be some days business is more active, and the FITS Mopped free by DR. Krnva'sGaxav
,- of before much can be picked. The farmers iron markets stronger a* well well 1BBTB R roltEa. No Flta after first dajrfate.
'iJ. i e I of so I sea 15. t 87, r 40 e, 65 as Marvelon Treatise and 13 trial
: cnree.
acres: including a clearing and field of of that section are very much dig. trade in Jewelry, paints and cla's. thoughthe bottle free. Dr.Kline IKtt Arch 8U PhlLu.Fa.
., No. 185 lUTtmu, STAR WOOD REAP main SPINDLE, BODY. 10,000 pineapples, set out, on north fork: couraged over the prospect and say improvement in the demand for drygoods
OR FAIHTCD. that the is damaged: much is not felt by the manufacturers. afflicted with sore eyes nseDr.LwtoThomp.
Built on Honor. Entirely different from Western of St. Lucie river. Price $1,000, Very crop more ,on'Eye-water.Drninttata sell at23o per bottle.Vanderbilt's .
Cheap little waste land in the tract. than at the same'time lust year., It is especially noteworthy. that collections -
Work. Llvo Dealera wanted. Territory given. No. 13. Lot 4 of sec 14, containing Weather Crop Bulletin. are improving at most points and

.e.KINOMAN 85 acres; and lot 2 of leo 23, containing Reports from the State Polytechnic Institute that money markets are, on the whole,

STU RTE VA NT & LAR R AB EE2Z.17S1 70 acres,;; all in t 211 r 88 e. Very fine at Auburn, states that the rainfallfor comparatively easy, although the cropsto Obooklaaootrha wall"ad. than ibe wad r
hammock, situated opposite Itlcco, on the week Just closed was about an be moved are enormous and the actual Mr. H, O. Baunden. a pramio,. rjxmU*ud ken
CIRolME! tKD SUM BUILDERS! the peninsula; free from frost. Each lot average, and was very well distributed movement unprecedented dm of abDf.. W.T., ..asaog his f.llo oa. .Io _
has a quarter of mile river front This over the state. The temperature and THE IRON TRAD*. ....,.under date of Aug. .. felt
SEND FOR FULL CATALooUE S.a BINGHAMTON, N. Y. land is bounded on the north by the recent sunshine were near the normal for this It is a surprising fact that notwithstanding "I. Pin My Faithto
purchase of 8. F. Gibbs from Jno. season of the year and there were no unusual the output of pig iron is almost .
V.Bard'and is about half mile north of chan"es reported by equal to the largest ever known, the Hood' BmprUls.' VbtMTW I M. say MB
--- -- -------- -__,__ __._ __ a atmospheric brok.n np,1 or "tan down,*I sj You Im{take a Wale -
---- the celebrated place of Smith Bros the observers. There is no material price grows morn steadily and stiff, and of Hood'BarwDsrllte d U will bring you 004 sOrU
One WE ARE IN THE LEADFOR county, excellently adapted for the culture last week's bulletin. This crop seems important markets. This has been noticed itlff>.* , or two of Hood's-pariUmabe)
of oranges, i lemons vegetables orpineapple. to be practically made, and but little if for a month or more, as a sure indication ..nwl mil. I asm bora subjMtod ta .*,..sttacksofBkcsunsxIlsminmrsrmssndshMt. -

FINE QUALITY AND STYLE OF SPRING VEHICLES. .. This place will not stand oa any cotton will be gathered after the 1st of a very large,: and healthy con- 10..vsryls*
our books many days. Speak quick. of November. In some portions of the sumption of iron. But during the past dosMofHood's
m HOST FOR THE MONEY Ifl DOB MOTTO. Either lot, separate, $37.50 per acre, or black belt of the state entire fields have week there have also been rumors of a Sarsaparlllaenrd ...
$23 for the whole tract. i been picked over and but few bolls are warlike tone -from Europe, which has m.of UwlutoiM. wb..lQa.-lqla&ouel,

BEST \ gj ?l ONE OF No. 18. House and lot in Tltusville, left. Tbe recent rains have greatly benefited affected! the iron markets of tbe United

at the corner of Palm and Julia street, turnips peas, potatoes and sugarcane States. "
MATERIAL OUR CA TA-' adjoining residence of \Vnu M. Brown. that were needing moisture very A more obvious cause of 'improvement ugustFlower"

,AND Comprises\ a lot 75 bIDS and the house if much. is that stocks and bonds are stronger,
LOCUE8WORKMAN of new style, nicely finished and good as The weather Bertlee. and consequently the railro,3shave more
-, newt Cost $1,800 to build. Known as The following letter from Dr. P, II. money for the purchase of mils and there '
FUllY IL- the Iluckabay. resideoce. Bottom price. Hell, who is m charge of the state' is a better prospect for the building;: of
''SHIP LU8TRATES $1,200. weather service, co-operating with the new railroads, snd for extensions
No.; 14. House and lot. corner of Pine United States weather bureau, is published The woolen manufacture is doing remarkably

VI IN 8. II,, :::Tr !T: !JJLl| OUR LINE and DeSoto streets, just north of the for general information: well, particularly in worsteds For two years I suffered terribly
home of George W. Martin. Very largelot AUBCBN, September 18, 1891.-I am and dress goods, and the Demand for
SMALL AID LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATT 1TIO1. ; small, but well built house only authorized by the chief .f the weather dress goods notably exceeds the present with all that stomach time under trouble, and was for
supply. Print cloths have advanced treatment
a by a
finished. a few weeks ago. Cost over bureau to establish in Alabama fifty stations
SAMPLE )JOB WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR $300. Plastered throughout, and has to which the daily weather telegrams little, end it is believed that this bus physician. He finally, after trying
and Price toO. These been the largest season 'ever known in everything, said stomach was about
WORK: IS THE WORK TO BUY. fireplace chimney $ may be sent. warnings arc
No. 15. House and lot, fronting on I sent out from Washington at 11 o'clock prints.Business. worn out, and that I would have to
1EIDGEWATEE Broad street in Titusvllle just ,east of each day and forecast the condition ot failures occurring throughoutthe cease eating solid food for a time at
CARRIAGE CO. the home of \V. R. Knox. Fronts! 60 the weather twenty-four hours in ad. country during the putt seven days least. I was so weak that I could
feet on railroad. Two houses on the lot I would be glad if will cull number 210.
: .Q-&NOgE: : : V.A- ; Vance you not work. Finally on the recommendatIon -
property now rented' Jo good tenant, at the attention of your readers to this fact THE RATE FIXED of a friend who had used
I $7 per month. Price, $373-* great bar througi the columns of your -
----- ---- --- gain.Ao. paper, so that if :your: town is in telegraphic For Tourists Who Spend The I your preparationsA
18. Tine block: of hammock and communication with this office worn-out with beneficial re
pine just north of town park; beautiful the people may reap the 'benefit of this Winter in Florida.An suits, I procured a

place for residence. Size, 250 by 830 most excellent system. A few flags will important meeting of railway gen Stomach. bottle of August
feet. Would make 14 good building be sent out for use la this state, and eral passenger agents was held at Cincinnati Flower, and commenced -
lota. More than half of this block:' is some of the stations may get these free Tuesday. Twenty-two passenger using it. It seemed to dome

splendid oak: and magnolia hammock. of coat if they make application soon agents were present each representing a good at once. I gained in
l Price, $450. enough. The telegrams will be seat free road of the central traffic territory and of
strength and flesh
"WANT AWe 'PAGON ? territory south of the Ohio river. The rapidly; my appetite
No. 17. Two good building lots, op.Elte to all; it will be necessary however, to became and
the Tltnsville public school; ad raite these flags each day free of chargeto meeting was harmonious and fruitful. good, I sufferedno
iave wagons buggies surreys. High graoet u light property of 0. E. Dakio; excel- this service I will take pleasure in Winter tourists to Florida were fixed it a bad effects from what I ate. I

Strong, durable stylish, u beautifully finished as modernized { & Size, 50 by 105 feeL .corresponding with anyone in regard to cents a mile both ways, from the Ohio feel now like a new man, and consider -

manufacture can produce. Built oa honor by m* c* Weperience. Price, $125 each. the matter, and will give' ill informationla river to which will be added 80 per cent that August Flower has entirely -

Honesty.U our policy' prompt shipment our + No. 18. E i of nw } and Iota 1 and I my power. Tours very truly, of the double local rates from points oa cured me of Dyspepsia in its
of 17 t Bl 39 H. MEU the lines north of the Ohio:>> river. The form.
specialty. We sec a r e, containing 144 P. worst JAMBS E. DEDSKICK.
want to know
Write Coda
you. us. :you acres. Has half mile of river front,.on Director of Alabama Weather Service. round trip to Jacksonville Fla, was fixed Saugerties l ew York.
I 1IO Iiof. May lead to business by and by. Send for car west aide of river at head of Narrow., Addition. Abstract. as follow: From Cincinnati, $34; from
I pLI talog.e, kit free to every reader of this paper. Kng- just below Barter's Bluff. Good fringe The abstract from Marshal county Evaosville, $33.U; from Louisville, W. B. Utsey, St George's, S. C..

hamtoo Wagon Co. PJngM'rt n. N..Y. of hammock front. Part marsh. but shows a total valuation of $l,8DGr4) $33; from St. Louis, $39; from Chicago, writes: I have used your August
about 100 acres of good land in the tract. which yields a total Ux of $S. S9.58 for $43; from Jodia..p li.. $38. I Flower for Dyspepsia and find it an.

BUILT FOR BUSINESS.f Price, $3,000. # school purposes Special tu for soldiers BUSINESS FAILURES excellent remedy. tICBKAM >
No. 19. The north 43' acres of lot 1, net given. The valuation of this county irre BALM
and of the nel of nw Jot see tI, t 27. r last year was $1,777,149, which yielded For Last Quarter as Reported law. CtaaaaM MuHrfls ta.I. Qvlukty H.ajL .
87 e, Price $2Q per acre. This land is a Ui oU7.1181 e abstract from by Uses to* sons asS C n,
two miles of Eau GaBle. Just north of Washington county shows a total valuation Dun & Co.

Horse Creek, and opposite Tropic; about of $1.319,808. which yields a total Business failures of the United States CATARRH.YOU
a quarter of mile north of Oo&hen pat tax for general purpose of $6,098,38, aa reported by R. O. Dun i Go's mer: .
office nigh bluff front; deep water and a special tax of $759.89 for the benefit cantile agency for the quarter ending 114 ': '
....-- close to shore. Land in ame vicinity of soldiers.. The total valuation of September 80th number 8.704: against .. ? ,
_ has sold within the past year at $7$ per this COIl .tr last year was $1,433,579, 3.194 failures for the same quarter in ;L! tows."wIiL"I'.
acix. which yielded a tax of $ ,'I3"M.The abstract 1890, Liabilities for the quarter amount -- - _
No 80 Lot 4 .olaecb. t 87, r 41e of assessment of Limestone county to SUBSORIBE= T? acres; excellent: piiwpple land shows total assessment of $3,183,878, 000 in 1880 showing aa increase for ......,..opU that wfll k.._:peer hair..dyad ttDM .
r st&tKT
tontrttaq of
p.rf4 *
Quarter mile front oa St. Lucre river, adjoining which yields a total Ux of $13,'Ii2,51 1891 pf 558 failure and nearly nine
plant ition of Stewart Gaahn*. for st-te purposes and a special tax of million dollars in liabilities for the qua
The best of land for sale oa 8C Lode $i,80d.for the benefit of soldiers. to<. In nine months of tie :year: 189L Tutt'sHairlDyeBMMcmasU
river, at reaeooable figure. The total valuation of this county last just closed; the failure of the United
OR TH IS PAPER Terms oa any of the above, half cash year was $3,117. 384. which yielded a States number 8,828 with liabilities of ....'".. It ......... a chMST

balance In oae, two w three yean at total tax of $li, 43.20. Tbe abstract $136,000,000, against 7,381 failures and $.Lra.t.U s 4 iklMlr.**lark 'EMlk.L..
kgai iaUrecU Comwpoad with vs.Sir. from Lauderdale couaty show a total $100,000,000 of lUbiUtiee for the tone ..

]io.aae II ()taaas4 TMawlil. YIl UMtameat of $5,847,339, which yields a corresponding quartos of 1890 < f 3.AA ,TO.r..M-OO A B4T vkw tf. ,..m.or .-:* t:
'-0 1.somsa..ka .. -'" 'VL

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FOB FARM AND GUIDE. always practised, and which was IUe.ees.tully S' USFARTflOT.: Y': In secret because her wrists were red Trying to Qivc Atraya Baby CxrfagB.

practised as beets, and has hacked her brain and -
by my father 1 "supposed said a Brooklyn woman .
RhttJtATlSU IV X HEIFER.Rhemnathni : her cosmetic-boxes to find out the < :,.
for the last thirty or OFFICIAL WAR UPON TRAJUKQ DRT-SSK yesterday! "that it was the easiest thing : ,f" ,

Is a very common disease forty years. This is by The trailing dresses now fashionablehave cause. It was nothing more nor' less possible to give away an article of posl- ". ,. ; ,

Ml farm animal, probably because simply taking none but perfectly engaged tho attention of the Supreme than her cuffs which interfered with Ute use and value, but I find it is not.for. I ,t ',:-;>:\."
they are BO much to The the circulation. Detroit Free Press. own a perfectly good baby carriage, :r.1'r'y
: fresh l and sound eggs and setting Sanitary Board of Vienna.} [ which my big 4-jcar-old baby has no \ r4l

changes of weather and other causes them in layers t>n the tip or small end, District Police Commissioners were longer the slightest need, and for six :' .,,

of inflammatory condition. This dis- in a box or basket or anything that asked officially whether dresses sweep" NOVELTIES ITS GLOVES. weeks I have been trjlnjr to bestow it as '{ ,t.
'ease Appears In the form of an Intermittent i will hold eggs. Wo do not put any ing in the mud are injurious to tho 1 Many' novelties in the way of gloves a It gift direct upon to some I or could day have nursery sent h 'Ii.,, l

lameness which changes from thing between them, nor do we put publlo health; and whether, if forbid are to be found just now. Dnck's- but I had a fancy I should like to pickout r ) ', .

one part to another. This is a marked them up 'air-tight,' but we always den, the prohibition could bo enforced.The foot yellow is the newest shade employed personally some poor mother who \\ li \..,. ( ;" I, : ; ;

symptom of the disorder, which Is keep them in tho cellar. Eggs that replies differed. One official sag for ants, and it is exceedinglypretty would But I bare be delighted not been with able such to find a windfall.her. I ao.raww.lesl"s. ",.,, f

quite! often Inherited, and Is thus we have put away in this position gested a special tax on trailing dresses, and in perfect taste when worn began with the sister of my curse, the ''''1 m, j't,

spread through a herd. The most bene- were-after being kept six months but he confessed that it would be, difficult in conjunction with gray. These wife of a bard working mechanic, but I A woman wA0' can welL, IeAShe's r; '
fit .Is gained from to collect with black or was told abe had already secured and was the woman' who:, geto : 'f .
long-continued as good and fresh asv the day they gloves are made either I a dollar week 'a fine car It's the woman who eoo&see'pnd' ,' '{ .'E ,

doses of one ounce of hyposulphite of were laid and we have never foundone RIBBONS IX THE BOUDOIR. .. with self-colored stitching. As a rule '. paying with blue,i plush and upon a satin para- won't believe who. has to 'suffer.; '. :( .r r

oda given daily In a bran mash. that was stale this l season the latter predominates. age needless. There'd r
spoiled or among If the drawing-room is really becoming And it's ft : r'1 :
-[New York: Times. 4 them when, thus served. We feel Some substantial! gloves, suitable for "A friend's washerwoman came and medicine-a legitimate medicine.- ,
the same thing
more dignified :
looked at it and decided it too largeto
driving are of flue Suodo In pale tan was that's made to woman's'' Buffering ., : 'l
confident that they would keep good stop
I cannot be said of the boudoir. The lat stand in her hallway, so she continuesto :
A NEW IITBRID TEA-KOSR. and fresh for one color, with the under part of the band her big baby to and from the and cure woman's ailments.- [ is .
year. est idea Is to the walls of. weman's carry
It is f not often that Germany offers i hang and the fingers in brown leather. Ths person she leaves him with while she I. It's Dr. Picrce's Favorite ..Prescripttion. t ;

nofelty In roses, bat Berman florists room with ribbons harmonizing Bcaver-Nantwieh glovo, which ii out at work. spoke to a physician who It's purely vegetable and* f 1
with its decorations. For instances, a I had I considerable charity harmless' < M
have placed the market WIlT CABBAGE FAILS. be know a perfectly -a powerful' ;
a new
the mistress thoroughly waterproof, can only I" practice and ho told ,me after a fort well 'as uterine 'tonio- 41
Por a good crop of cabbage, a deep room lately prepared for young general, as ,
hybrid tea-rose, to which has been had in tan shades. Another specialtyis I night's interval that his offer of the carriage and nervine imparting vigor and i
given the imposing name of Kat erin rich loam Is necessary, and for a heavy of a country house had pale rose- the bat's-wlng\ gauntlet} so called to four different poor and working strength to the, whole system. For' it
crop it must not succeed other than colored! walls, upon which pictures In had aroused no enthusiasm.
Augnste Viktoria. The plant is described because of the peculiar white stitchingon periodical pains, weak back, bearing, tl".
them to have 'a '
grass. The best are secured by while and gold frames were suspended Every one of expected: .
as vigorous, with only erect crops the black 'Suede. The Servianchevrctto new one'before the summer.' I called ina down sensations, nervous prostration SiHi
i trong shoots, with few strong thorns turning under sod about the 1st of with white and blue ribbons. As and the Roman chevrette woman from the street who was carrying and all female complaints" ''

giving it a well-trained and pleasant June, and about the ,1st of August tho ribbons speedily become discolored gloves are both capital wearing ones. a baby of weight seemingly beyondher it's a positive' remedy.' It improves I U
spreading liberally well-rotted stable or dirty there is plenty of opportunity strength. digestion, enriches the blood,'! isp ele :
appearance. The foliage, when young The latter are not dyed at all; in tech "She looked it over without ardor. and
aches and
of spending one's .time taking pains, melancholy
and it in with the
,()f brownish red, turns a dark glossy manure working nical parlance, they are "plunged." but finally said she would take it and brings refreshing sleep '
nervousness ,
cultivator. In districts them down and putting up new "
cabbage-growing would back for it in the afternoon. :
green. Each shoot bears one, sometimes For evening wear there are some exquisites come and restores health and strength. :
this method will give an abundant ones.-[New York Recorder. I never saw her again. The effort now is _
two or three well-filled, cup- Snedes in palo heliotrope, pale I becoming interesting, and I shall continue No other medicine for women U* *,.
hapcd flowers showing an orange crop of large and perfect heads. With pink and lemon. Duck's-egg green is it until the person who will 'is. If It falls to< %i r
satisfaction '
good seed of the best strain under I encountered r
yellow in the centre which is sur- Have heard fad another new shade in kid and it retains glad to own the carriage is' give in any case, the; ;.
of the latest
rounded by cream-yellow petals,which these c ndlt.ions. fully ninety-five percent you its freshness remarkably well and She must exist somewhere in this big. money paid for it .is refunded. You ? ;
adopted by the girls It is this-to Tori Tim '
.turn cream-whlte on the outside and of the plants set should produce cleans perfectly.[New York World. I, clty.-EN pay only for the good you get. On ,
marketable heads. In fact, have massage the no.el And It is stated I these terms it's the eheapett. t

recnrve gently.-[New York: World. seen better results than this., On the by one in good authority that the tip- To Take Off alightFinger llina' But more than that, it's the beat, '

tilted nose, after vigorous treatment, !TOUT OF THE: GERMAN EMPRESS.A ; rings that are worn constantly vPAnGBTT I
contrary, take the plants grown from often become too tight and when from #
told German
delightful story is of the
When withench the same stock ,seed, set them on a shows quite positive signs of ultimate some cause or other it is necessary to remove I Pdq ; ,
apple trees are sprayed Empress. The last time she was ; FRBIGHT. ;
light soil that has been heavily Grecian development. If you have, a them the task becomes difficult and : 'THE '
poisons as Paris green and Lon homely nose, take hope for by vigorous in church at Berlin there was 'seatedin in some cases painful. A very good way ; .
.. i
don purple it is not safe to turn ,d nay. ...a dla ot >.t.. ..''1'/" i

In to pasture until after there has been the vegetable matter being pretty massage desirable you can bringit extremely pretty but delicate a thread of soft white silk in a needle\ "Strlki whlla ,the Iron I U ,Hot.. "ti/ 'L' '
to least very Puttone
thoroughly exhausted, the climatio a shape-or and pass the needle under tho ring. I iA
shower rain to Writ for Catalogue BOW,and ay what :';. \
a heavy
or conditions favorable one of my little friends assured mo little girl. The little one was so interested end of the silk upward with the hand, paper you saw' this Advertisement ,
wash the poison down into the soil. being equally in the Empress that.she gazod and twist the remaining silk around the Remember that I sell everything that ,
With confident sincerity. In all probability 't'' 4
this soil would not half goo to furnish a homm.nutacturlna 3Rom.
yield the.ol'op until it reaches the
several times
One shower will be sufficient finger .
good usually at her intently and insisted stay thing! and buying other in tb 4
of that of the former. Again take the next thing that shall startle upon nail. Then null on the other thread, and largest poeolble lots which, enable m*to i
to throw the poison down beyond plants from the seed-bed of the us will bo tho opening of a now school ing throughout tho service .although the ring wilt slip off very easily.-JPj- wipe, out all eom tttlon. ', t,
the reach of pasturing cattle. same her strength was insufficient to change Here are a few ,of myStartling t
by Mme. Somebody tho greatest noso puny
same stock, set in a field when the atmospheric Bargains!
The the trees will also be :
apples on-
tho strain of tho religious cere
long l
trainer on e rth.- St.Louis Republic. Store fall t
[ ,
conditions were favorable, On the Safe Side. A No. T Flat TOP: Cooking i
washed clean, and should any fall and ntouy. Bravely the child tried to sit aloe! IfixlT Inch oven fitted with SI piece I .
be eaten cattle there will be little ay just before a heavy rain, and an Mr. De Gadd- 'Wbv did you take of ware,delivered at your own depot, alt !l.. \ r
by A WOMAN SCALPED IN A LACNDRT. up and keep her eyes open and listen your little boy out of knickerbockers and freight charge paid by me for, only I.K a
number after the
equal of plauts just Dollars). ,
danger of injury, at least not from the !Ir.. Mamlo Wllck had her hair attentively to oil that was going on; put him in long p.ntst" Twelve" I will" ell you a &'-001.'\ Cooking .,I
poisons they retain. There Is 'some rains if It comes offyory hot and dry Mrs. De Gabb-"We spent, the summer 'II\ID\! Inch oron 1826 Inch top \ t
caught in a revolving wheel at her but at last nature failed< her and tho .
for Thirteen
fitted wltb n piece of ware :
after the tho result will show Park. Strut A SrntA'sGood
planting, at Asbury ,
doubt in to the of such and the freight .
regard efficacy husband's steam laundry,and althoughit little one fainted. Newt, Dollar., pay :\ P

poisons as are named for repelling the two crops so different in appearance was but the work of a moment on the At the close of the service Her Maj. Sur depot not pay two prices for ,
that even an expert, not knowing the
odlin moth, and we would be pleased part of the wheel to scalp Mrs. Wilck, esty,directed ono of her ladies to find yonr goods. il I
to have those of readers who facts, would say there were two distinct I will send a nice plush Parlor 8ult; '
our you
spray kinds of seeds sown-tho one it will take the physicians at least two out who child was and also her walnut frame cither In combination or ., '
their trees .this season report the re. 1m n.led\ tbe mot stylish colors for "
to restore her head to its original circumstances. On being told she wasa '
the other years railroad itatton ,
good, poor. ,33.DO,to your ,freight i1'
aults.-[American Agriculturist Cabbage than other condition< minus the liatr. The poor peasant girl, the Empress a a twill, 4
more 'any plantIs I allO sell you a nIne Bed room (
injured by receiving a check in operation of skin-grafting is being directed that a sum of money bo given consisting head liedatead of Uureatt, 1 Waabttand wltb gla" ,, Centr 1 Lisp 0:' ",. "

WET HAT IN THE MOW. transplanting. Plants set Just before performed, the skin used being taken to the family to supply immediate Table 4 Can.Seat Cbaln.1Onn*Beat and :
.all for iO.eOandpay ,
Years ago when mowing away hay : a heavy rain will not receive''' a check, from the limbs of an employe, who necessities, and that the child be sent -Y. freight Itocker to your depot.' .. I,

by band, forkfuls that seemed especially because the earth becomes so thor insisted< upon giving her skin for thpUrlo.e to school, and also, that, she be givena Suit Or,I with will lend largo yon, elegant full tuarbl Bedroom lop, as: t

green or damp were left on top in gratitude for a kindness musical education at tho Empress's. for ISO,and pay freight. '" y '
about the roots while .,
oughly packed Nlo Window Hbad ollaprl'l1'On. t .40 .lii'..: ; !
. of the mow. It was a surprise to us shown Mrs.Wllck.- NewYork The gracious lady also sent Kleaant!: large Walnut-lay Clock.,., 4.00 :
; i those set after a rain may suffer be- [ expense. Walnut Lounge\ .....,..,.......;.........,...,.UD
then to note that in this position they I cause the earth is not pressed firmly Commercial Advertiser. to the little girl a smelling bottle as a Lao Curtain per w ......./..,,,,*.1.00
I cannot describe everything In small
nearly always rotted, though exposedto about the roots' To guard againstthis souvenir, and asked that the child be advertisement, bat haw >.." immn 1
air. The is that INDIAN WOMEN AS LACE UAEERS.: ,. (tor* containing JM.OOO ft. of floor room, 'x '
reason as the green the better plan is to puddle the sent to see her as.soon as her strength wltbwaroboueesandf.ctarybnildlnge In 'f 1 '
bay in the mow heats It sends up its My work as a teacher of J"omanly) would'torutlt. otherp.M.otAnga.tamskingihall6helergat ,
and to set them in clear weather '
plants bt lnw* of tbl kind under ont } j. ,
moisture in heated air, which con- when there is no necessity for haste, Industries very interesting.. I find orexo BN.JOYS TbM manng'niont rtoreR and In warehouse the Southern are O1'Owd.4.Httte. t' ;

denses as soon as it meets the colder and tho work can be perfectly done. the Indian women quick to learn*,and : f; FASHION NOTES. Both the method and renilU when with th. cbotont production/ of the bet '

air above. This keeps the wet grass This plan I have never known to fail ,they work intelligently. Those who .J> A rosebud made exclusively of gar. Syrup of Figs" is taken) tt it pleasant faotorl/ .of.My good oatiloifu will b containing* roalle If"tloll' yoq. \ "

continually wet until it is rotted. But are making lace are very satisfactory, nets' in gold setting. is a recent bon. and refreshing to the taste, and acts will kindly. nv whdrn you ww thin*dnrttlvement. r ',
and I believe more failures are due to the I I Pay Freight. Addr*** ,
In such case the green clover below improper transplanting than to all and have more than once expressed< net pin conception. Liver gently and yet promptly Bowels cleanses on Kidneys the system U Xs. :3J. J300-3aWt rBOPRUTOR : .

will usually be found in excellent con. other causes combined.-[American their grateful thanks for tho work Here Is an oddity for scarfpin t A effectually, dispels colds, headaches Padgett' Furniture Stove

dition. Top off with dry hay or bet- Agriculturist. thus provided, saying they have spent tiny gold lantern with an opal set half and fever and cure habitual AND CARPET STORE., ','

ter still, with a few forkfuls of dry such a comfortable winter. Other way in a thin crystal. constipation. Syrup of Figs .it the 1110-1118 Hroad St.,AUGUSTA,got.'L:

had only remedy of lu kind ever pro- __ ,
Straw they to chop woodanddo
atraw from last year's stack. FARM AND GARDEN NOTEs. years A diamond serpent is twIned
duced, pleasing' to the taste and acceptable : s't.
,1s also) excellent to top the stacks of Rotation of crops Ii always bene other such work, often wanting around a shawl pin, It. head protrud. to the stomach, prompt in S50 REWARD :

hay.. Usually for a foot or more at ficial. necessities they could not procure.It ing above In .a graceful coil. its action and truly beneficial M its I 11_ hen' yAv. 'c. .. w, .. .
fop the hay will be nearly worthless.. seems to me that all these people i fleets, prepared only from the most .fuss J oar lill''fT br..d 01 elt::. 1DON'T '.
The pulverizer I. an implementthat Neither ribbons nor flowers are "" ,aJe_. c.... .... .",, : '
If straw was covered to the depth It need is work and good examples, but healthy and agreeable substance, its ... ,N or....r 'Da.i ior 9 f
is not used as extensively as it worn upon the bodice of the mediaeval many excellent qualities commend ito :::(.. ; arwkp now J (
would absorb the of bay and it must be work with quick returns, I aria 0 t"PI 4W. i!
might be.Chicks. tea gown, but over the corsage falls a all and have made it the most Y a t" :* '
its Boston something that will keep them employed is. 1X18 4c CO. .
bo Improved by aroma.[ remedy) known. 1 i
collar of rich Venetian popular
should be fed two quaint capo WINBTo KOKTU OARJLTNA..
every and them ;;.
Cultivator. give some sati.faation. Byrup of Fin .ia for Bale In 60o ;
hours until one week old. If they conld see how white lace, which reaches to a sharp point in and 91 bottles by all leading drug-- KING COTTOR! t I
the back and ends in two front
TCKPESTIXE FOR ROUP. The chicks must not be allowed to people live and< work many would very a gists. Any reliable druggist who : ;

Experiments: made show that the tread in the water. Dampness is soon imitate them. I see different finish to the V'lhapod.neck.. may not hare it on hand will procure DIY or sell yosr C ttos "JOnt :'

germs of roup are destroyed, when fatalIf kinds of industries and examples An odd example of tho millinery of it promptly for any one who Ton Cotton 8ctl_ : i' i
wishes to try it. Do not accept sal CHUfliT COT NtT. 't '' ..
the moment is exact imitation of
brought in contact with spirits of tur of some good white an SGOS'
the proper implements were used people substitute. ref Iurme add_ ,. ... tl'a@
pentine. Turpentine, however, II a for the garden there would be less amongst them. It is the spirit of independence ? the web of a spider, woven in the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP COL 071neLltiU't. }
finest threads of straw. Ills trimmedon bINOUAMTON K. Y.' J J' t
severe dose to give even if effectual, complaint of the labor required in and ambition that I. lacking CAN HAHOISCO.. OAL.uuaiftui. '
and if too much is given it may do growing vegetables use. which"only employment can croitc. I the crown with morning glories : tt. MW tout *.* SMITH'S WORM ,OIL r ,.x-

damage of itself. To properly pre. .-[The Indian's Friend. shading from pink to purple. Beneath. I* Uadklair. la. Hat t Qatebe.t..n0' : t
A chick: must not be even dampened. the brim is a pink velvet banJeau. BIt Uellabl Wra Medlei.* MaML
pare it, mix one part spirits of lurpen. Water should be in DONALD KENNEDYOf l'AWrjO, G&. $.pt. U. 1 JIIIO.
tine, one part kerosene and three parts a manner CAUSK: Or BCBAWNINE89.: When a French woman wears I certify that on the lilt /Of Beptootv I
that the beak of the chick be- eomtnenrvd giving my child a) _th. ol*]..
only : can
glycerine in a sewing machine oil can, Scrawny necks are looked upon (In ialor( hat, which is very seldom, she fcrnlth1. Worm Oil. and the \following darltworiuB L

and always shake well before using. come. wet. the glass) with horror by women. has it of clear, white straw, with a Roxbuiy Mass says II. 4 to S luch**long,wr fi.esp/tlli W.! Lo.lMlo tJoD:. ',

With the point of the oil can force A crop will take from the land certain Now comes a woman who has found scarlet velvet band; but the hat the Bold Cverywhera. aa CoOn.....' ,

three drops of the mixture in each foods in excess of others and causes out the cause of her scrawniness. Parisian likes best this summer is of sad .t nablla I

nostril and five or six drops: down the it to fall though it may not be lackingin For the last six or eight years, she declares the fluted!: : blAck tulle, caught In the Kennedy's Medical Discovery uttlcuhsrs.n r oats book 0'JIY't6:

throat of the fowl twice a day. Roup other elements. ,women have been industriously middle with twa pink: carnations or aM. { YM ....'
engaged in spoiling their necks. two cures Horrid Old Sores, Deep- ............... + WOOLLErreaW:' #
is a disease that is almost incurable, Where the poultry are confined it is pale yellow rOULGrayand t

being contagious, and gradually exhausts neceeuary to provide plenty of gravel. What does the mall do who finds his white and black and white Seated Ulcers of 4O years'' PENSION { Wj1 fjL : .

the bird instead of causing instant A box of it should be kept where waist taking on aldermanlo proper- materials, particularly in rich fabrics, standing, Inward Tumors, and
ions? He flannel around 1&and"takel
death. If it appears in the entire they can help themselves. puts" It happily combined, make effective every Disease of the Skin, ex- .grl'0104.' SOrD It' ,.."e......u.....solnlgttnt... i( dew
the a walk. What does a woman do P sorry" ".. ...... A. 1thUlU.r' .
the labor of handling and becoming Black
flock, When given a good range turkeysare whose round white throat is her very gowns. and cept Thunder Humor and iW!' .. w.ere.ror,1 "t1, .Luca.a.u, Q;
pride ,
kk birds is often more than the value be bothered with white and gray and white also white
liable to vermin
less w..... Nana w..tsae ...... .
and pleasure She puts on a cambric Cancer that has taken root. .... __' nM
of the flock; and as roup cannot well than chickens. A little lard and delicate green, provide a ftspp'rmedium S I 0 K wy trw.M4 1iI..t-P-WMI. Mma -__

be treated en the wholesale plan (that rubbed on the top of their beads and blouse with a high starched shirt col- for It the white prevails lathe Price, $1.50. Sold by every It-. .....1.U.UELaeaoq ria4S.5.

I.. without handling the fowls) it is under their wings Is a sufficient rem lay, and goes out and plays tennis Until above mentioned combinations the Druggist In the United States

cheaper to -lean them out, burn thocucauea the collar collapses with persplraion. gown Is not at all sombre. S.rt. I
disinfect and be- edy.A If she were looking, with and Canada
thoroughly little feed given regularly soon ior seek she .... !
anxiety a pipe-stem Climate and ;
: The buildings should beery PllCO'tf JutJWII!: 'tAk.kl.l-_... -...- III t '
gin anew. .. they come home at. night will be a conld not go a better road to find one. average weight of the brain ol ,; "et film.AeedL .t IUI. Sa ....tIoIa. y
and dry. -Farm and Cold t./.II4IlJea4 gas no.yenal.iVWZVEI
strong Inducement to keep t keYIfrom It will take seasons of openthroatedowns a man lean definite reUOoa to tbe

; tie. straying oft: to give oack to women the eon- climate in whletj be lives, a higher ,1,1trmevni

TO KEEP EGOS VKZSH.A One advantage with ducks I. that tours which tall, tight dress and jacket- brain-weight being found I la cold than ,

correspondent of the Lancaster they rarely stray away from home. collars have robbed them of. The same ia warm countries. In proportion to a Prxni.o.Wol" oSoW bkh ..,IlIIan' pu'rlo loa'&ppUi4 10 tae

Farmer writes: "It is sometimes desir When night approaches ducks usually little sermon applies to arms. A single their stature the Lapps have tho --- Addre..1111'tl'1lAaeurtra, Varro., 1'1.J 1 1j
of tight cum from waist to largest beads In Europe: the Norwegians ipav QUHOKOS* -
bIe |o store away eggs In the summer make a start for home. But turkeys summer W1RONMCioes
faJJ.when prices are so low that we will to rooit wherever night overtakes elbow will do more to spoil the lower next, then comes the Swede., j: PEt # r\\iisPJYAHT& } t

sell them and keep go arm for evening-dress than any othernstruineat Germans, French and Italian.. la the YN, 0........... "..VI... '' wbMA w ruRrr.e
cannot afford to them. r : :'.:: -r: rba, e..L1.W_ ( ...W.
tbat could be contrived.iesides Arab the bead Is found to be smaller I tat
them till In the winter, when they are .Q't 10IW.. r..r Mrs.....-'"!'. ..4-_ .. ..
t efte very scarce, and will be keenly Giuneas are about the only domestic -this is, at least, a point which than lay of the.above. while In the 0"'_ ft ---c.Y w.rrr, -t N/ON..1.-- -. G Nor..C'i f.k 1 -\0 !' ..'.at7At'stl".arr.i.qM.

relished or can be disposed of at a fowl that can be hatched In July may command attention .tin tight far Narth! there exist.* people called >>

good price. To keep .them thus we or August to a good advantage cuff Is absolutely incompatible with Chugaubet. whoM bead an remark Si' By siaess '

do not believe there is a mote simple Guinea heAl batched In the summer white bands. Many a girl bas mourned at lugs aa IttJ College :

I ban will be ready to If y next IprlJJr. ", 1rm ? 2?}w t .L
tr cnldaat war than the one r i ,

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W. C. T. U. at Gcorfflana. ttnngo, of. Temperaturein I12Y" rJ:2tT1 CLOTI32NCSI :: : : ,

"Oh woman, great-is l thy faith; be it For the week, ending TlttMvIll last night, Oct. j) M rtm. m 8 Z, S: : :o.= .! SeOEJS: : i
wilt. Those
unto helpful thce word even of M tho thou"Master should be 8, 1801\ M compared with that of the .... : ;. I.: I t- -- Every Pair Guaranteed.Stock .
era ()
inscribed upon banners, and placed In corresponding week hi 1800. Recordedat 1 \ .'U G most complete, and prices most reasonable for quality bf roods. Also
the churches in which the White Hit- the U. f!. Weather Bureau office, TI- t1 s:: complete line of HOSIERY, GENTS' FURNISHING-GOODS, a

boners the auspices hold thelrgospel of tho W. C.meetings T. U. under. tusvllle. Mm. ....'JttJ; FA = CD_-3. .+ ." :HATS AND CLAJPS. + .
Sunday evening, Sept. 27th, was the Day Max. MIn. Max. Mln. 1 ,p. : My Come and see the latest style In.DERBY'S and CRUSH HATS.
time appointed for the first meeting of 1800. OCTOBER. 1801. {l ,
thi kind ever held In Oeorgiana.$ The 2 84 71 80 71 UQ :. II 5 S trJ f;
3 83. 75 20 Per Cent. off Straw Hats
meeting was largely attended, and the 87 71 'JJ Jj. '
greatest Interest manifested In the exercises 4 84' 72 S3 70 I' > rl t To Close them
which were very Interc tlnlt. '. 'I 6. 85 P8 84 68 H PSN __ ; / Out.
680 09 82 74 () --
the -
After the reading of scripture by
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the president, Mrs. G'etmanand .prayer 7 00 72 83 75 :: II s. DRY GOODS HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS ETC ETC
by Rev. II. C. Lane, 'of Melbourne\ the 8' 80 73 80 71 i '1f.lf w =a s: ,. ,

congregation was favored with some 0 I-" Ro r

.rousing Then temperance came the address music of Mr. Lane*, THE UfcAX: : TEMPERATURE FOB BKPT.: j jp 'y o := II 21 "More Value for a $ than Any Other House in the State,"

which was interesting and to the point. As recorded at the Weather Bureau Ui ( .g' g
Articles wore read by members of the office, Tltusvllle, was 78.0. c: -0... J, P. TURNER & COGroceries
ffganizatlon. and every one seemed interested Highest temperature!, 88 on 12th; low 0 > ;] Za leyb -
and anxious to carry the good est, 08 on 22nd. J ) :r I: H 12'I g:
work on. While all Joined In singing Highest and lowest for same months m H
"Dare to be a Daniel," and "Yield! Not since station was established, 92 In 1887 I! () '- o- H.d E. L. ::se:: D ,
to Temptation," the W. C. T. U. pledge and 68 In 1888. Mean temperature was {J} a"C

was and the circulated national, and temperance new members pledge added was, above 8 days.73 on 20 days, and 80 and aboveon td (I1' 1fI -I-3 Ii'trJ;:::I p """:Srf. Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.

placed on the table free to all who felt Total rainfall, 11.75,'which l is the highest (I) a'gtD ,
It a duty to write their name there. ever recorded for this month. m. 0 C = I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

We give a list 'of the names added In Smallest 1880. rainfall for same month, 2.87 w (lV'O ..,... j sn : g, Staple Ac U'tiney O-rooeries, Fruit
followed those
Sunday evening, by secured (I)
"Crusade Total number of days with rainfall, 21 And 'Food Products
on Day: t trJ"CeJ5 .
O. N. Page, L. A. IIoward, There were 0 cloudless days, 11 partly Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of
.T. L. Parker P.,A. Black cloudy days, and 10 cloudy days.. / a
H >
Kate 8. Hl cock, F. C. Allen, ,? Total wind velocity, 0,050 miles, or an F I ,. Grain Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal
P. C. Halnlln Mrs. P. C. Hatnlin, average hourly velocity of'0.0 miles. I 0JAIIKP ,
} Ground Food and Wheat.
A V. Iliscock, A. H. Weston, Prevailing direction, northeast, or 88 --
Ida W. Parker, M. L. Dower, per cent of the total directions observed. I am the only' house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above line of
llobert Lindburg, F. W. Munson, Highest\ velocity' 40, from east, on Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit

W. 11. Halnlln, Mrs.J.J. Rutheford, the 19th. your patronage. Very truly ,
Dell Munson, AWNunomacher Average cloudiness, on a r scale of 0 to HOLMES, PresidentALBKBT'A. 33. L. BR: d.DY.
Eddie Page, II. K. Hughes, 10, 6.8. TAYLOR, Secretary.
Luna Halnlln, J. L. Kant, J. E. LAXOUXTTB, Observer. GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,

Hosmer C. Lain, J. II. Doothlt, INDIAN RIVER Attorney-at-Law.. Attorney-at-Law.

,S. A.. II.niflcnck White,, Bertha Elizabeth Sanderson SandersonJan. Order a Suit.J. STATE BANK Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.,

n. B.,Bnrchflel, Josephine Pago, P. Turner & Co. have just added
W. D. Illscock l Wm. Munson.It tho finest display of samples, for mer- COCOA FLORIDA.Incorporated REAL.ESTATE Robbins & Graham
.U the intention of the society to chant tailoring, that It has been our .
hold a meeting of this kind once' good fortune to see in this country, and 1880.CAPITAL ,
month, and it l la hoped that a vast the prices are very reasonable. With
amount of good may be accomplished. over three hundred samples to select : > LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE.
Will all who read this list of names from. You can leave your measure and ,
compare it with the list we saw signed get just as nice a fit as if you personally Paid Up, $2 ,000.
to the petition for a license to sell liquorin stepped into your own tailor in New Authorized, $100,000. COCOA Indian River FLA.
Tltusvllle,.and draw their own conclusions York furnished and ordered your suit. We have For Sale'a Large List. of Carefully Selected Indian
Suits in from 8 to 12 days. *tf

Money ACCOUNTS to Loan at SOLICITED.Lowest Rates. Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and River Properties.
If would take the advice of
DIxon & Gray the druggists$ they never DIRECTORS: Exchanged. Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Line

crusade celebration was voted a would start on a journey without a botI I G. S. HAJIDEK, President Canal and Transportation Jo.
success, oven if we did have rather more tle of ChamborLilu's Colic, Cholera'and JAMES HOLMES, Vlcef-Presldent. B3P AU Inquiries will be promptlyand
cold water than was on the program. A Diarrhoea Remedy. It can always be R. B. HOLMKS, Cashier reliably answered. Fire Insurance CAN'A.L LA1VDS.
number of our people went in their own depended upon and Is pleasant to take. e .LDERT A. TAYLOR, J. M. SANDERS, written In standard companies at lowest Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway Company.
conveyances, via Indian River, to tho J. F. WOOTES., rates. Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,

party; but a goodly number Including Lake Worth. and mu. other. nn .Low__ .. _Priced.n._. _T.anHs.IVtonoy __n_._
the band tho kindness of the .
officers, went down on the steamer Oeorgiana. : to; Loan -AJL-ctrctys oxx :EIand.:

We were glad to welcome our At Ten and Twelve per cent, in turn to suit. .
City Point and Cocoa friends, but were Mr. J. Sherman loft for Atlanta, Ga., Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
much disappointed when we found that last week. The Co. .
Clyde Steamship Address,_p. o. box 108, Titusville, Fla.
editor not the
ye among company. The Ruby Dye left for T/itusvillo on
As soon as we were well under way, we Tuesday
were favored with muHlo. When we ED'-1iE A D STILIN"G.Cocoa .
:reached the wharf a number of row ,Miss Abbie Hazel tine left for her homeIn .

boats were in waiting to take us across Ohio last; week. Indian River, Florida,
. the lake to Dr.lTitUold'sbeautiful
whore we found numerous friend park and Miss Mann, of Ormond, who Is to Dealer In

acquaintances, who had previously arrived teach school Palm Beach this winter JARfiWARE
arrived on Friday's boat PAINTS, ) STOVES, TINWARE & AGATEWARE,

We found scats arranged under the Mr.- Joe Sherouse, one of the Tropical PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTT, TABLE
large oaks, and all looked Inviting. The, Sun' best printers, left Juno for Jacksonville &. POCKET CUTLERY BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING
only thing lacking was the smiling face on TnoHday. Poor health was & WIRE CLOTH.
of "Old SoL" Soon companies wenlA'rou'Ilnllln tho cause of him leaving.G. .
various places, and lunches JD003R.S: S SHEE, 3BXjJ.JMJL, :IDXtlOIG:,

were spread and eaten with as much Mr Bradley will go on the Illinois Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.
Best as though all had been seated in this trip as first mate, with Capt. Clyirl- 4 Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gauze
the white sand, under the full blaze of le. By the way, Capt. Charlie killed a Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
"Old Sol's" rays Here and there a large rattlesnake in the middle of the ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
raised umbrella added to the plctur- lake on Thursday.A 1 New York, Charleston and Florida ;Lines.The Cream Freezers; Brick Lime, Cement and

csqiionoss of the scene.. rifle club was organized at; Palm Chimney Pipe; Flags & Bunting; ,
Dinner over and baskets disposed of, Beach last week W. II. Parkin was Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc.
tho ladles in charge were consulting elected president, Goo W. Potter secretary magnificent Steamships of this Line: are appointed Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent; free on application. Correspondence

where the speakers and band should and Chas. W. Pierce treasurer. to sail as follows : solicited and estimates furnished promptly. .
hold forth (though one cheerful'gentle-- The name of "Lake Worth Rifle Club" ,
man assured us that it was not raining, was adopted. The members are as follows .
and wo tried hard to believe him). By : (STAKDAKDTtMK.) .
this time the drops were coming in earnest W. n. Parkin, R. B. Potter, From(Her New 2a,K.York K.) STEAMER From JacknonYllle.Florida.. The Carpet Palace

but Dr. Wlttfeld came to our rescue Q. W. Potter, J. C. Hougland, Friday,. Sept.26th, at3 P. M..,.."8KMINOLE".......Thursday, Oct. tut, at 2.00 P.M. ,
and invited us to his house. There, C. W. Pierce,' Fred S.'Dewey, Monday, llept.OM.V.. .at' B. n....:"Aiiin4uiria1.Bunday.. Oct. 4tht at 6.00 A.M.
on the veranda, at the of the Wednesday,Kept.SUth at S P. 1I..AJ'OOXQuls.SundAy. Oct. 6th, at 6.00 A.M. ,
request A. W. Robert, It. L. Cook
Friday Oct. 8(1 a S r. X "CHEROKEK."........ThurnOay Oct. nth, at 7.30 A.M. 48 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
president of our W.C. T. U., Dr. Holmes W. F. McCormick, Andrew NIlson, Monday Oct. 8that3P.M."SEMDOLEr'.... ...Sunday Oct. llth at 10.00 A... ,
announced the following program,which O. WtLainliardt, C. E. Earnest, Wedne8dayOct. 7that' P. "YKMA8SEK".Tueeday, Oct. 13th at 12.00: M.
was carried out, with one exception: A. W. Bordcll O. M. Bradley, Friday Oct. 1Kb,kt S p. M.'IROQUOIS/*:........Thursday, Oct. 15th, at 1 JO P.M. Where you will find the very best; selection of
Munilay, Oct. 12th,at 8 r. (....."ALOONOUIX-.Sunday, Oct. 18th, at 4.30 A.M.
Muslo by band Serenade. W. R. Moore, B. M. Potter, Wednesday,Oct. Hth at S p. M.......CHEROKEI!:,. '". ....Tue.d.y, Oct. :20th, at 6OOA.N.
Heading of Scriptures Rev. H. C. Lane. R. W Porter L. E. Bradley, Krlday, Oct. lath at S r. II."...'8E.MIXOLK'P.,. ...Thursday; Oc&.2'Jd. at T JO A.M. Carpets, Mats, .
Hymn, "Joy to the World. E. K. DImick Jas. McFarlane Monday Oct. lath,at 8 P. H....."YKMASHKK".......Sunday Oct. iiKtn, at 10.30 .... .
Wednesday, Oct. 21t, at S P. M. "IROqUOIS" ........Tuesday, Oct. 37th, at 13.30 P.M. Shades, Oil cloths,
Prayer Rev. J. U. White. L. D. Hillhouse, R. K. ,Brown. Friday Oct. 33d. at a P tit."AUwNQUkN" Thursday, Oct. 29th, at 1 JO P."
Music by band, "America." TOM. Monday Oct. 26th,at 3 P. M..PCHEROKEM'1..St nday, Nov. let, at ..30 .... Mattings, Lace curtains,
Speech, "The Day: We Celebrate Wednesday,Oct.SHth, at 3 p. ........8EMIsOJ--: ,' ......Tuesday, Nov. 3rd, at B JO A.M. '
F. W. Munson. Friday. Oc$.Ash,at 8 P. M...."YEMASSEJi..Thursday- Nov. 6U, at 6.00 A... I- Rugs, Cornice poles,

:Music: by band "Hail Columbia." Notice.A Potiers, China Silks,
St. Johns River Line.
Speech "ProhihitoninBrevardCounty, benflt concert will be given at the And Mosquito Nets.
as it has been, Is, and a look ahead,"
Presbyterian Church, In Tltiuville, on
Music band R. N. Andrews." Friday night, October 10th, by the Lib- For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on Estimates given. Samples sent The only exclusive carpet; house In Florida.
by "Rally'Round the Flag. bey family. Mrs. Libbey will give a lea Our Goods are TRK BEST, and the Prices THE LOWEST.
Speech the. St. Johns River.
"Why we, as men should
young '
American General
ture on Boys.- Mail orders
sign the pledge" Rev. J.L Rast will receive prompt,attention.
admission, 25o.; reserved seats, 60c.
hymn, "Rescue the Perishing" Tickets for reserved seats on sale at J. Steamer "EVERGDADE" 01nrk d3 Oortoett; ;,
Muslo band "
Bong, by "Home, "Good-Night.Sweet Home. W. Rogers' store. Come early, .and secure Leave JaoluonvlUefor Sanford Bunda,.,Tuesdays aDd Thursdays,at 8.30 ,... Rfituxn- 4aept-6mo_ 48, West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
seat. This concert to benefit leave Banlord and ,
a good Leg, Monday Wednesdays Friday at 1d A. M.
A letter was read from R N.Andrews, ; the Tltusville Orchestra. Door'op- "
containing an excellent suggestion and en at 7:30; concert to begin at 8, sharp. Steamer "W'ELAKA"Leaye.
one which we trust the W, C. T. U. will *Jacksonville for Sanford. Mondays: and Friday.. at 3 JO P... Returning leave GEO. LESTER & CO.
act upon. We much Banford Sunday.and Wednea, T.OO A. M.
could regretted that we Don't; wear,ripped coats and pants, The above itaanien are fitted up with first-class accommodation for passenger, and the
not listen to a speech by Mr. An. table will lupplted with boot in market.
drews on the subject assigned him. We when you can get them mended so cheap-
were favored with a pithy speech by Rev. ly. I will make and mend at a reasonable General Passenger and Ticket flee,88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. RECEIVERS OF

T. J. Nixon, on the subject of the day. price, and I wish to solicit; the pat. r M.IRONMONGER Jr" Florida Passenger Agent 88 Went Bay St.,Jacksonville. ,Fla
The exercises closed ,v. r. OLDEN FAY, traveling Passenger Airent,6 Bowfin Green New York.J.
by the singing of ronage of any who wish to have such .0.1'KLOT, Freight on wharf font Hogan Street JackaonTllle,Fla.
"God Be With You Till We Meet Again," JOHN L. 1IOWAUU.Florida Freight Agent,foot Laura Street.Jacksonville.Fla.
after which the ladies circulated pledges, work done. Mrs. S. J. You g. set J. A.LK8LIK Superintendent foot Laura Street,Jacksonville Fla. ORANGES LEMONS BANANAS
and obtained seventeen THEO.O.KOKlt!: ,Traate Manager,B Howling Green New York.
A vote names. MARSHALL H.CLVDK!,Ast.Trams Manager B Bowling Green New York. ,
of thanks was tendered Dr. and
)Ira. WltUeld! for the use of their park A Hint to Pineapple Growers.
and home. The W. C. T. U. tendered a WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'I Agents., ANA GrR.A.PES,
Tot of 1* South Wharves,FbJUdelphU. 5 Bowline Green New York.INRIAN' .
thanks to the band, for their ser.vwe. Capt\; L. Vogel of Jacksonville, tells
*. A tasteful banner was displayed of Indian River
the pineapple growers
by the Union, bearing their motto, "For that; pineapples,, shipped with stems left 264 Washington Street New York.We .
God, and Home, and Native Land"By an Inch to an inch and a half long, in ,
the time the exercise wore over, stead of being broken of close u> the .,
the rain had ceased But alas The plant, wlU last and keep good from one
hour tool had arrived when we must to two months, whilst without stems Issue a WEEKLY PRICE LIST, and shall be pleased to forward It to you
part. The company slowly sauntered they often rot in three day. P TITUSVILLEIndian on receipt of a postal card. '

through the grounds, to the wharf; an- The Captain superintends the Clyde I Stencil.Furnished on application.
other row brought us to the steamboat Line dock in Jacksonville, and hU experience River Reference: Wholesale Fruit Trade of the
dock, where good-bye were exchanged, In the shipment of tropical ''' iurriysaw
and we wended our way homeward, in fruit extend nearly forty year Fla. -- -
companies small and great. One lady
remarked to your correspondent that we RICHARD. GOODE. JAMES T. HOGG.

had the best natured crowd the ever saw Mr. C. B. Jones of Spring Hill Iowa, Y j ti L M. MABBETTE, .
'that she did not hear any grumbling.So says: "I have used Chamberkfnfs Pain Florida
much for a cold water crowd It was Balm for severe and painful burn with PaopK. Real Estate Exchange
estimated that there, were about one better effect than anything else I han ,
hundred present ever tried. It relieve the pain instantly .
The preparation for the were and cure without leaving a SCAT." Open All The Year. MELBOURNE Brevard Co., FLA.
made prayerfully, trusting dar acme Pain Balm i* one of the most useful
good ia the groat temperance work medicine that any family can be pro- PROPERTIES OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT, SOLD & EXCHANGED.
might be accomplished, And we fed that vided with, especially for rheumatism Only a few 1I1lDutea'w"lt NOX-BESIDKJfT3-:
the crusade day was not a failure. May lame back sp.urns bruise, tooth-ache from Railway depotand TAXES PAID FOR
like gathering be held up and down ear-ache aud like ailment One application i Steamboat landings. CONTRACTS TAKEN FOR SETTING OUT ORANGE GROVES AND

this beautiful river until the demonof wUl relieve the pain and a fair On the bank of the PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS. '

drink shall be abollahed forever U the trial Insure a cure. 60 cent bottle for $ far-famed Indian River Indian River Landa a specialty Parties wishing to Invest, o; !having tend for
prayer of your correspondent. ale by Dixon A Gray. 8lt sale would do weU to correspond with u*. .


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