East Coast advocate

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

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8. :N-o.10. TITUSVILLE, Indian: Briyer1iLA.: FRIDAY, OCT. 16, 1891Price, Se.i '<: '''liq

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Mr. and Mrs. Wood Atlanta to _New' stills at the Basaar.Mr. "Rule of tiro Komi" at Sea. ; '
-The Bazaar! keeps Negligee shirts B of arrived -Go the Bazaar for hats. / :.t .4

-Mr. F. II. Fee, of Melbourne came here on Tuesday evening's train. I"'Dr. II. II. Carey the Georgia Fish Silas B. Wrightrnsurancc! agent, A correspondent to the ADVOCATM s

Mortgage deed, Warranty deed, tip to town on Tuesday's steamer. -Middlesex flannel suits, for .12. O, 1 sloner, is In town to-day. of DeLand, Is In town to-day. says; The "rule of the road" at sea te .. i'
deed somewhat Intricate for salBnj ,
Quit-Claim Bill of sale, ;
Satisfaction of mortgage, Tax certificate, i -Messrs. J. E. Alexander and B. M. at the Bazaar. Pants of same, 13.50. I "' Rev. S. F. Gove la< In town today, -Mr.} W. II. Morton has taken the ships. It may be summed up for.,then, 'or ,

., Tax sale deed Leases, Miller, attorneys from DeLand, spent a -Mr. Jno. S. Alfred of Atlanta, Ga., an4 ::Wlll start down the river In the place of Mr. G.. W.. Martin as night-. however, by saying that th*. ship in the ,.' :;',
Alignment mortgage, Prwclpe for in is a visitor to town today watchman. most favored position with regard to the
day or two town this week. having. arrived morning., .
Bond for Title summons, etc wind has to keep out of the way of tbj
For sale at the. ADVOCATE office. One, -Mrs. M. Waller, and Messrs. W. R. on last night's train. I Ii r Ii8enlce_ at Cocoa Episcopal chnrchon Capt. Chas. Pierce,In his yacht, IIllnols other. If two steamships are meeting \ :... ,

10c.; three, 25c.; dozen, 1i0e.: one hundred Sanders and D. LaRoche of Courtney, -Monty I Monryl J/onry/ll to loan In Sunday. Rev. TX.F. Brown wilt offi and Mr. Guy Bradley of Hypo- end on, or nearly end on, *o ft* to Involve ;", ,1::11 '
the risk of each shall J
were in town on Wednesday. sums to suit, on approved real estate security luxo, were In town,this week. collision < ; a i
Alec; attachments, in sets, 1.00; six ciate.A alter her course to starbord-that Is, : :. ;
sets, $ .oo. Ten in each set. Copyright. Parties wishing to charter boats for at ten per' cent. Robbins-A: Gra : : new postoffloe has been opened Messrs. Lesley A: Rcnaker are aboutto shall keep, to. the right. Steam hl *- ;"i\

Indian River, Lake Worth, or :Miami, ham. on the lower river under the name- of open their lunch counter, and all requiring have always to keep out of the way do
Wedding ___ Cards -Mr. D. F. Valentine who has been Robe Sound. to sailing ship. All vessels have to carryat
call or write to G. Altree Titusville. 0* a light repast are requested night light the starbonA '
a on
receive We shall share be pleased of to ::1 -Mr. G. J. GmgrM, of Rockledge, spending a few days in town, returnedto >-The' residence of Mr. and Mrs. How- give them a call. and a red light green OB the port side, of the
1dU:; Job Work-envelopes your, B.ft has been spending a day or so in town Melbourne yesterday. lie subscribedfor ell Titus' has been neatly and fashionably -Mrs. M._ E. Titus, who has been shin, steamers being distinguished by A r.} i ,

m {letter-hehdenote-head.,} c this; week. the ADVOCATE ere leaving. painted this,week. spending the summer between Thomas- high white'In light front.of hung the foremast.about twenty The loot following i

a bill-heads, else.statements. -The Government Lighthouse Board -Senator Ingalls says "the U. S. gooernment ,-Send your watch and clock repalrUg vllle, Go., n.nd J Jacksonville Is again: In line by Mr. Gray,. of London ?fejr

jQ: or anything-..-..,.....; .... stimates that $175,000 will be..required'or report shows that there are > to'Chas. K. Morgan,.successor to 'J. town,' having arrived on Monday evening's England..whtch are committed to memory : i
5,000,000 people in this country who Ender train. by most leam..n. show clearly what
E. A Co. TitusvllUv 8'
the new improvements at Cape Can- oar '
steamers have to do under different i
never loose sensation of hunger." -Mr. F. M. Pierce and :Mrs.Pierce, of ) "
Station.Do .\ .
*-Mrs. Chas. M. ITorton Is out Again cumstances.
c That shows up rather bad for protection:? Northampton Mass,, and Mrs. S. W t \. "d
you want bargains in land? If after her long and severe Illness. Her TWO..Ta.1MIIIeMSSUYO.. )
LOCAL NEWS.Society you'.do, read Robbins & Graham's list -Mr. A. G. LaGow, of Oxford Fla., many' friends are pleased to see her Fish, of Georgtana*who arrived In townon Meeting ittanmlilp do not dread I ..
arrived in 'town and last night's train, started down the When you me time light; ahead, .
of land bargains on the Inside page of Tuesday evening Around again, Fort your helm and show your ru., I''', i i i
river on this morntag'S Iteamer.Tho I
had successful
reported having a most '"
and General Oonlp In connection this paper. t.f. ,* Mr. W. Wilson,. who baa bn at well-known schooner TWO STEAJWHlr: CUOM1NU. ,\ l i
season with vegetables at the above Cygnus, Green to or red to red, _,v :" ,', '
with Indian Hirer and Lake Worth leotloni Satsuma for few months returned green I
-Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Jerome, of a Gal- l'ertecUalot ahead. "
place. Ce expects to return again to is now off McFndden'a ways at Ean ) go ;"
Interesting dnrln Event p* t week.*I About Brief People mention Yon of Brantley will leave New York to-day In morrow. 'hpme to Eau GalHe yesterday. lie has lie, having undergone a thorough over- Twosmaaattlrucnnsstxe. \ ( :\,,' Hir

Know, and People Too Don't Know the Seminole, and we may look for them : been suffering from chills and fever,. anddon't haul, after her various trips tu|the Keys It to itarboard red appear. ; '" ,;'' :<, ,
-Tbe steamers Ancient City and Sophie : deem 'Tli your duty to keep elear. \ : MSt. '
evening's(rainThe : to like Satsuma much. a,
Picked up by Our Society Editor. Iin Titusville on Tuesday very She is now In thorough soiling trim,and To sot M jucllCallnt ayi I*proper,1, ,
Frey, and the schooner Ruby Dye "6.1 To port orstuhnardheck, OT atop herj \. )' '\.'
I ,attention of our readers Is -Mr. R. apavldgo, Jr.,of New York, ready for sea. Hut when la Men !g' :.' I1
started down the river "
Advertisements under this heading drawn to the new' advt. of Mr. W. J, Wednesday, for a member of the Davidge Fertilizer Co., -That popular young Indy-Miss A ateaniar'i starboard light of 'green,", t'.,"Tr, .'
the of bringing fish their There' not no much for to 1Wr .t '
purpose up for: you : .-
are ten cents per line per week. Tucker, In this Issue. Mr. Tucker has respective owners-Hamilton A Co., 0, arrived in town on Wecdnsday evening's Ethel Humph-U back in town .again, for green to port keep clear of you ,:: ,, '

-Buy your shoes at the Bazaar.Mr. opened the restaurant lately carried onby W. Scoble and Hugh Boyd. : train,and left on this morning's steamer from her lengthened visit to ber uncle, OBKCB: At CAUTION. "," ,;\. ,

J. G> Thompson, of Merritt. Norton A Lewis. -The steamer brought'. for down river points, ranking his first at Norfolk, Va. 'No doubt Miss Ethel's' Always Doth In keep Mfety a and good In look doubt.-oui, I ," "' ,'c J 4 '

.:was in town Monday.Mr. ,-Hunters are requested to note, that Sweeney was call at )Melbourne. many lady friends are very pleased to see In d nu r, with no room to turn '' '4 ), _
up this week from'Titusvllle to be puton Kane lyrl, I Stop bar II Uo setorn I Ill(I. ,fr. : ':. ; .
Lewis R. Ord, of City Point, after this month it will be against the _". A. M. The regular communication her again. :>
the for repairs. It is believed HNtvr ,; ( J 1
was a visitor town on Tuesday.Mr. law to kill deer until next July. Quail ways of Indian-River Lodge No. 00 will -Mr. and Mrs. Ofco. M. Robbins and Market llovlcw. ,< ," :,'
that the new steamer will be built here ,
i and other feathered game can be shot be held Friday evening, at 7 o'clock, at Mr. and Mrs. W; M. Brown we understand 'y #, .
= T. V. Moore, of Jensen, made a as a large amount of expense .can thereby .- : 1
for' four months, beginning November 1. Masonic Hall.! Visiting brethren cordially are having a very enjoyable, time Tonic Oct. 12, 18DL f '
flying trip to town and return, the end be saved.-New Smyrna Breete. '
-Mr. n. L. Yard of Robblnsville N. .Invited. Candidates for the third' north. A few evenings ago they were The market eontlnues to rule firm, of last week. '
J. who last -In reply to numerous inquiries for degree will govern themselves. By order all together In Boston, and attended the All late arrivals have. lOW
-Bread is the "staff of life." Altree's spent. winter in town, ar- copies of the new edition of "The Songof of W. M. J. Mendel, Seo'y. theatre. ,Some may wonder what became promptly, and at full value. Strictly ,. .
rived here on Monday, and Is now holdIng bright, thin-aklnnod, properlygrade; ',
yeast cake never fails to make it. lOo Indian River we through
a position as book-keeper with J. S. may say -M.:Harry Machattle, of Hobe Sound, of their respective son and daughter fruit selling at 13.00 to ....IiO, accordingto

package; ISo by mall. 23tf. Watson-& Co., the well-known commls- the ADVOCATE, that we have none; but who baa been .spending few days In Rufus and Louise. Well, on that size. Coarse or rusty $:J to ( .&. '. ,

-Mlaa Emma Thunby, who has been Mr. G. D, Ackerly has promised to send town K>ft for Ocala yesterday morning occasion Mr. Brown stopped at'home to Orange, slew arriving, and quality generally -< r t
: Is said be Ion, merchants.. .. us a supply as soon as ; inferior; selling at,$1.15to- aUO ,
.quite Ill, to much better.. At they ant printed. ..>61/>visit r
S ent-ahe Is. of Mrs. of -New' York Laundry, -'Titusvile. :-, ; a box We do not encourage shipments '.,!;" .r }t. ";
pre a guest : Fay, -For Steam yacht, Bauac L Machsttle'ivbo halll''rom one of tbs him. Mr. and Mri. Brown of O.,H. PALMKB.Notice. .
Laundry work done In first-class at oranges. I : ;' ". ', '
Seattle, Wash: style Cost, $4,800; will sell for '1, 00.. and most beautiful cities In the world expect to be book In about two weeks -: .
prices. Orders by mall .
Attention Is, this week, drawn to guarantee everything perfect, or no sale, Edlnborough-subscribed for the ADvoCATE ; l ,
the new advt. of .Mr. L.. R. Decker, promptly attended to. Address Wm. Without exception the handsome*!} before leaving town. time.Mr.. Norman R.Johnstone, of Indian- I Ean Gallle town lot for sale between ..'?' Ic ,

builder and contractor, who will take McCarthy, proprietor. CSt: steam yacht on Indian River. For fur- eta, who has been on a visit to his home: ship yard and postomoe. For business) ,''" .
-The Inclement weather of the past! or residence. Apply to Wm. Roesch. ; ,;'
-Capt. B. W. of In Lanark Scotland some months '
Indian River and Berry, Wilmington, ther particulars address Hodgson Bros.
contracts anywhere on ;
week entirely suspended bathing from past, returned here on Wednesday evening Eau Game, Fin llseptSmo I ,
N. C., has arrived and commenced workon l
Lake Worth. Eau Gallle Fla. 82moas .
at with his bride of
-one Glasgow'smost ,
the 1ath house but the "
new ; prospect .'
-Mrs. Simonson'* many friends In the marine railway for the East Coast i, popular and charming young ladies Another "Weddlnff.
town were glad to welcome her back Transportation Co. The work Is being y your subscription expired? for bathing was much brighter on Wednesday who was well known In that city. -
lumber Please note name-and-date and quite a number of ladles Miss Esther Magregor. They were married
to Toronto pushed as rapidly as can be pro slip pastedat 0
from her lengthened trip cured. head of this and gentlemen took advantage of the at Westbourne Gardens, Kolvlnslde. A marriage took place at 3:30, Mou ..
New Breete. the
Canada. We trust the trip did her Smyrna paper, or upon wrap.* fine afternoon to take a dip In the river. Glasgow', which Is about four thoJlIandmiles day afternoon,In the parlor of the Indian -', ,j ''}\.' k

health some good. -Mr. A. D. Baldwin, of New' Haven, per. Those who Indulged In a bath say the from left Titusvllle. In Mr.the and Mrs. River Hotel, the happy couple .(and '"'h \ : :
'who arrived here last Johnstons Glasgow Immense
-The Rev. J. N. Mulford, of Troy, N. tain., Thursday -Mr.W.M. Merwin,of Milford, Conn., water was in fine condition for bathing steamship City of Rome, 'but notwithstanding they appeared to be very happy from ; .: 'k.: x 1 ?

Y., writes us to the effect that he will evening, with his wile and son, are now expects'to be at his Rockledge home in a understand her size, Mrs. Johnstone Informed what we saw. of them) being ME. J.TX ,. ,: ;' :: '. '
-We that Messrs. E. C. \-
soon return to Lake Worth. We have no snugly ensconced at his new winter homeIn week "_ftp_ so" us_that the sea was very rough Almond, of Rockledge and Miss Maggie a, j;,
doubt Mr. and Mrs. Mulford will be glad- Rockledge, which he purchased of Thomas A Co., have purchased the well- and tossed the City of Rome about like Louise Campbell, who,arrived at Rock ., :.
Mr. Bronson, of Ansonla, Conn., sometime -l1r. Geo. Altree has been quite sick known mercantile business of Mr. E. P, a small boat. There was a deal of sea- : "
ly welcomed back. lodge, from the North last winter. '
sickness the hundred ,
with chills and fever, during the week Branch, of Melbourne. Mr. Thomas has amongst eighteen
-The coldest day this season was Sun ago. passengers she carried, and four deaths There were no member of their repeo '
and is attended by Dr. Wilson. been connected with that business for
when the thermometer of -Our types made us quote the priceof occurred on board while at
day morning, sea. They Uve families present; but Mr.Tom Johnson {:
the Weather Bureau, at this place, regis- the volume of poems entitled "Rose, -The Indian River Guards musteredat many years, and we take this opportunity left New York In one of the Ocean 6f La Grange and Mill Flora Paine, ,j;
a Tale of Indian River and other Poems the rear of J. W. Rogers A Co.'s of wishing him every success In his Steamships Co.'s steamer for Savannah ,
tered 62 degrees. It was so cold that and stopped a short while In that city Cocoa ft* well* Mr, and Mrs,Mabbettq, ,
," by Lucy Ada Mackenzie, on sale store, Tuesday evening, for the ptrpose new venture. '
blankets were in much request duringthe and In Jacksonville on their way here. were on hand, to support them In the '0'
night, and those who did not have at Dixon A Gray's as 25 cents. This of showing who was the best drilled -Miss Walker, a talented young lady So far Mrs. Johnstone appeared to be performance of the ceremony. Several : .

them found it pretty cold in bed. was an inexcusable error. The price is man on that occasion capable of wearingthe from Baltimore, arrived here last Saturday well pleased with this country. Yesterday -' spectator were also present. The Rev ',

who has 'ft cents per copy.Shorthand. Pritchard Medal for the usual term. evening, in company with Miss Linn morning' steamer took Mr. and 'I beautiful'marriage '
-H. C. Starck, of Malabar, Mrs. Johnstone to their new and comfortable B.I'. Brown after reading the '
finished his pineapple contract, bas now J. Tome Reynolds, The men went through their drill In a of LaGrange. Her object in coming to home at Indlanola, where we service of the Episcopal church d!;

received a large consignment of first- stenographer with Robbins A Graham, very creditable manner; but, owing to Titusville was to take charge of the millinery have no doubt the residents of Indianola declared the loving pair man and "wlf*. ,. ,
shorthand. slight mistakes, all had to take a rear and establishmentof Merritt and Courtney will frlve them a
class Havana tobacco, and la prepared to II organizing class In Two dress-making They received hearty congratulations; : ".',
week at Court house Those march excepting PrIvate. Circle and Mr. Geo. B. Rnmpb, who will soon glad welcome. They brought two servants '
supply domestic and foreign cigars of evenings with them from the Old Country,. and the ADVOCATE wish** them good ; :: ,
the finest quality, at the most reasonable wishing to Join will please write or ap Pritchard who caused same little excitement have on show a fine stock of first class' luck and prosperity. Mr. and Mr*. Al (

prices. Address, H. C. Starck, Malabar ply at office of Robbins A Graham for as to who would come off vic goods for the ladies of our town to select It Look that Way. mond' honeymoon was rather short, aa

Fla. V terms, etc. Instruction by mail. Terms torious. In the end Private Clcle was I from. The goods arrived this week The subject of the Civil War was Inadvertently they started ,for Rocklodgv the same +>

-Mrs. W. J. Tucker accompanied by reasonable. 0* awarded the medal, amid some applause.Mrs. and are being placed in position. Miss Introduced In a mixed company night, to live in their cosy little bon* ,

Miss Stella and three children Lorimier and her Walker attended the dance at Masonic of Northern and Southern gentle like two turtle dove
her charming daughter -Mn. W. Racey S. M. daughter men the other day, and unintentionally W* understand ;
arrived on last Friday night's train. Mr. arrived In town on Tuesday evening's Miss Laura, arrived in town, from Hall last night. the discussion became warm. "Well, Mr. Almond bas always been very pop**

Tucker bas re-opened the Norton A Lewis train having arrived In Jacksonville, Jacksonville on Friday evening last, and -The well-known and popular Capt.C. we licked you rebs, anyhow," said one lar among his many friends *o we hope ;

restaurant here and Mrs. Tucker expects From New York on Monday. They left their many friends were pleased to see H. Brock, who was such a favorite on of the Northerners. "f es," replied the the Rockledge and Cocoa bor.gavethe. ; r ;
Southerner blandly "you did but from
to go to St. Lucle in a few days, to on Wednesday evening's steamer for them again. They have been spendingthe the St. John's river, Is again In commandof the number of applicants for pensions; I A glad welcome. _

'8>umo the management of the well- Waveland, where Mr. Racey owns considerable summer In Atlanta and other places one of the Indian River Steamboat ihould judge we bad crippled every

known St. Lucie Hotel, formerly' under land. Mrs. Racey had a very and report a very enjoyable time. Co.'s steamers, running between here blamed one of you."-New York Sun. The Rot Bargain ;

the management of the popular Messrs. rough voyage on the steamer Seminole. Mrs. Lorimler packed her furniture on and Jupiter. The Captain's many We can offer at present are a. followc '-;" "'
Activity In Real Estate. Lot one, of section 82, township 2 Saturday and on Monday she, and Miss friends In Jacksonville where Mrs.
Paine Bros. -CoL F. M. Ironmonger, the well ( South Range 87 East, containing 38 and
-Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Paxton and two known and popular passenger agent of Laura, left for Jacksonville where they Brock at present Is staying) will be Robbins A Graham report a number and 42-100th acre ha* quarter of nil

chiidied arrived In town Monday evening the Clyde Steamship Company accompanied will now reside much to the regret of pleased to learn that so old a steamboat real estate sale a* having been made river front, hind Is light nigh hammock

and left next day Captain S. M. Lorimier has their many acquaintances on Indian captain as G. H. Brock is again in his through their office during the past few balance I* good pine four mile north \ I
Philadelphia, by however day. Among the most Important we of kau Gallle, one mile north of Qoehen .
for their home in Rockledge. Mr. Pax- returned from his trip to BUcayne Bay. River. Rumor says Miss proper place. specially note the north half of the Columbus post office. Price WO; per acre.

ton has been on a tour through California i The Colonel's memory is not filled witha Laura may return to Indian River In the -Information comes from Lake Worthto A. Wlllard grove: 1 at City Point, The south twenty acre of lot I. .....
I reminiscences and be near future and locate at Rockledge. to Capt. C. IL Brock, for $3,500. The tion 80. T. 26 S. ll 37 E., baa .a smatt ,
and other States, and after stopping, a ""- of pleasant the effect that CoL J. h. Livingston Captain expect to' reside upon, his recent house and other Improvement, know ""

in Philadelphia a short while on his return does not think that section will become -A dispatch says, the Brindisl express a former resident of Orlando, bas openeda purchase and will take possession a* the "Nicholson place" at lUrtland.

started for Indian River. He says very popular with tourists until the on board of which train were Mr. real estate office at the former place. in a few day. The sale bas also been post offlc! Good, high bluff river "

'I he had a very rough passage from New mosquitoes become civilized, and learn and Mrs. Henry Stanley and Mrs. Ten- I He Is highly pleased with that country, closed, covering 100 acres of hammock : front. Has ft splendid stream 0'/ water -L _

York, the Seminole being two days late to curb their bloodthirsty dispositions, nant the mother of Mrs. Stanley, bas.. and thinks there Is a bright fu bo ro be- and mile 20 west acre of of Mlm pin land station situated, to Dr.abouta B. T. ..toOO.running through tIM' property 1'd -r--" -y-:* --- t i

between New York and Jacksonville. Jacksonville Southern TCilU' I. been wrecked at Carovigne nineteen fore that section. The pineapple Industry T oh., of Ohio. N. W I of a E. f 01 ectloa.24 T. 33 .fl''if'
! Visitors to Jacksonville will be -Miss Linn, a popular young lady miles from BrlndlsL The Stanley party Is assuming vast proportion and They also report the sale of a lot InTltulville R. 87 E.1 being forty acre of land on the ''1'

pleased to know that although the St. from Nashville Tenn., arrived in town were on Its way from England to Australia property rapidly enhancing In value. to the Indian River Lumber peninsula opposite Melbourne, which J*>'.i ,t
II James Windsor, Everett, Carieton Du- Is to lecture. has had Company, and another lot in Tltusvtlle pronounced by the Cooaty uryeyor aa ;_ \
val Glenad. Grand View and Tognl Saturday. She left here on Sunday for where the explorer CoL Livingston wide experience to Mill Cottrot of CanaveraL The *al* excellent pineapple* laud. One wile 4--" .
I hotel, are closed for the summer still La Grange where she commenced teachIng They, with all the other passengers on i In the land basins which fully equip of 17 acre of pineapple land at Ankona. north of East Melbourne. Land lathi* t-f ..!
I that elegant hotel-The Travelers school on Monday. The La Grange the train escaped without Injury, i him in that line. He Is a gentleman of to J. O. O'Brien of Dublin, Texas and neighborhood of similar character. lisa*.''f-i!;'i. ,

I open for the reception of guest. This and Mims people are well known for though they had a narrow escape) from honor and integrity, and daring a reel- of J.10 acre of the same class of landto sold recently ,or lao per acre. The ... ,., ;
Ulgginbotttam of Dublin. tie to all'hind
,i Is the only and hotel friends which succeeds both winter in mak-and their hospitality, and we have no doubt death. The express dashed into a bag : deuce of many years here won many previously mentioned, In theM eolamn > feet. Location,offered character by and n* are qnali$tg., V fr r

.U ing To strangers we would say they will make It pleasant for Miss Linn gage train that was on the track ea.r. friends who shall be gratified at whatever *. have been completed and the title will prove. a* represented on lupecttaa. ,

that The Travelers Is not a boardinghouse during her stay with them this winter. Carovigne, The railroad officials/ have snoceM may attend bis effort passed. T.rma1 on any of the above, half ttbs
or a restaurant with a few rooms Mrs. Feaster's one of the places where ordered the usual investigation to be among the people of that favored sectIon from present indication, real #sUteransfors balance JD on, two or' thre yearn, at
connected but a fryt-C hundred aw hotel) with so many delightful little social parties made Into the affair with a view of affix-: to whom the Reporter commends far; eclipse: during anything*in coming to* previous season will hi*, ten per ItoBJiur cent. Correspondent A GRAHAM, elicited>" .

accommodation Remember The for one guests. take place at La Grange. Ing the Mama where It properly belongs. 1 hlnv.-Orange.P County &parter, tory of Bnvard county < *tf Tltaivin.ll! ..


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r Ills Cave WM rartclj,and full and fair present pace* much longer.. -t,Clasping Excellent : in 'Real '
TITPSVILLS FLOKIPA. lib three small boys In the chimney nook the child 'still more closely t9&} her ,Tventf Bargains I
Conned the lines ot ft picture book. bosom, the! made one'more lIdesrrorato Estate on Indian xiatr/'Fla. Ij

It looks' h. though- all scaling/ had Ills wife, tliAprldtf of his home and heart, effort to outfoot: her pntstter. 'While I Ko. 1. The nw J of te} of' Section 24, OF ALL KZ1 'DS. j
Ion Caked the biscuit and made the tart, t 21, tr 87 e-40 acres, ,en peninsula ofpoeite '
the continuing her .
becn the
stopped flight
dTticlnaliy ,present Laid the table and steeped the tea, sghiht'a, hat, Melborne; pronounced by county '
in BoluIng Sea. Deftly, swiftly, silently. with its gay ribbons and flowers, became I surveyor to be an excellent piece of pineapple .

Tired and weary and weak and faint, accidentally disarrangedyand land. Price, $20 per acre. Adjoining I BANK VAULTS
The ftkrlnknge in the production of Sbe bore her tria's without complaint, to the ground. After running 'a hundred land i II selling at from $30 to ,

'hpg! iron during the last year li laid tobe Like many another household taint,- yards (75.
the greatest ever known. Content, all selfish bliss above, or more, Miss McGee on. Ko. 2.' Lot i of section 24 t 37, r 40( VAULT DOORS
In the patient ministry,of love. tured to look back once more, and: her e. Fronts on north shore of St. Lucie

The ni./nour _e Imagined when she saw river, 1G 87-100 acres'price; $25 per,

Yellowstone Nrttfomil l l' l'k Is nearly "There's:: taxc to false clouds, &n' int'reat smoke to pay,. tho boar biting and tearing at the. hat acre.No.. 3. Lot I' of tee :25, t 87, r 40 e, STEEL RAIL AND CELL WORKSOF

flvo hundred, showing1 a slow rate of And ef there should! come! a rainy day, tytllg on tho road. 65 62-100 acres, hAlf mile front on south

Increase.f 'twould be mighty handy, I'm ,boon' to say, Miss McGee said tint at light of : shore of St. LucIe river Excellent land. IMPROVED CONSTRUCTION.
.' '- -.- T' have sumpthln' pat by. For folks mast this she Instantly' recovered I II $25 per acre.
A street car that can )bo Instantly die, I of mind, and coolly began to, ealcalaUon No. 4.. Lot f, 79 86.106'acres; lot 2, m T ,X: :JUT: ,,.A. T 33 fl :3J* XT :in 3NT :X e XX' :3Q :x>
)h ngcdefl' m an ojcu to closed cur An' tbere' funeral bills, and gravestone to 71 00-100 acres; lot 8, 65 10-100 acres;
''my'Enough her chance of escape and her best all la leO 26,.t 87, r 40 e. Each lot has a On all kinds of Fire and Burglar Proof Work
j J. in use JH $nn Francisco! and said to
} of mile front St. Lucie river
I to swamp a man, purty nigh. method of procedure. Sho knew that quarter a on ..
bo a great MICCCSD Besides, there' Edward and Dick and Joe tho nearest house In which the 'and adjoin the extensive' pine-apple
L could plantation of Tyndall & Dyer. The IJEBOJ..T SAFE & LOCK: Cf':>M'P ANY.
To be
provided for when
A roccnt count shows that there are So 't 1 WM you, I'll tell what go. I'd dut seek safetywa till nearly two and a three lots have a combined frontage of i '
still 2673 of half mile distant, and th f'chI\DCel'ot three quarters of a mile on very deep
tho glint tree butt stand' IM be savin'of wood ever I could; W.BUTLER '
water and situated the south
lug Jn California. Oco: of those wilt Extra fire don't
l>e sent td the World's Fair. The be savin of soap, an' savin' of fie, L that lonely mountain road wore very free from danger frost. $20 per FLORIDA: At1ENT

largest ,tree Js 69 feet in circumfer And run up some candles once In a while J few. She knew that she could not acre for these three lots in a body, or
I'd be rather uparln of coffee an' tea, f 25 acre for either lot separately.
ence. I For sugar In high, keep up her present rate of speed This per is an exceptional bargain-a better 78 :DAUN-E1 : T

The Adrian- !-(-Mich.- )Tin oo snygosts And all to buy. much longer, so tho moderated ,hot investment than the amount required to ,(HXAR DBOADWA7))
And cider good enough for me. gait, although she till made good secure and prove up on B homestead at
the idea of dynamite! In Criminal executions I'd be kind o' careful about my cto'es, tlm :Miami, and is not dependent upon prospective

at the condemned would not And look out sharp how the money goes; Sho had gained perhaps two ban. and'perhaps long delayed satisfactory mo.New York City.
know'what! hurt him, and It Wouldburial Extra trlmmin' transportation facilities.No. .
'8 the bane of women. dred yards on the bear, when upon : 5. Lot 1 of sec 80, t 87. r 40 e. I 91 aug 01-13,
inquest -
and coroners'
lave ,cjqicnsei "I'd sell oil'tho best of the cheese and honey lookIng around the discovered him 44 110 acres, on south shore of St. Lucie

*. _- ,_, ___--_, __'-____,..._. And eggs Is as goodnlgh about;'s the money, again starting in pursuit, having succeeded river. Quarter mile deep.water front. 'E are making a sipeolalty this .eason'ot what

The State of New York support I And, as to the carpet you wanted new, In demolishing the hat She $25 No.per 6.acre.Lot 8 of seo 80, t 87, r 41 e. a4 we oatsour PARAGON HARNESS. &a
guest we make the old
can du
seven,schools tot'ded'mutes, In which And as for the washer an' one machine f; now rapidly proceeded to divest tho Half mile of river front, on north shore Made of the fiNEST STOCK and the very '
sewing ,, child of its threw of St. Lucie rive 40 1-10 acres at $2;) "
there are about 1300 pupils. Th Them smooth-tongued: ngentsso pesky mean, sacque and it down BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness
schools- hare graduated many thou You'd better glt rid of 'm click end clean. !in tho road. Upon reaching tho spot per Bargains Nos. 2, 8, 4, 5 and 6, contaIn. cannot be bought for less than $25.

'sand. and: most of ,them, states the What du they know about women's work In the road where the garment was ly ing in the aggregate 439 01-100 acres, at retail. But we are willing, t\ '

ChIcago Herald,' are doing well. Du they calkllate women was born to shirk' lag tho bear again stopped and proceeded will be sold in ,a body at"*(15 per acre. In order to I Introduce It, to P 1

Dick and Edward Mid little Joe to destroy it before continuing This is a good chance to make 100 pet SELL ONE SET ONLY S\) tP'e, ','
At a meeting) of the Newfoundland Sat In the corner In a row, his Miss JIcGeo made cent in less than twelve months. to one as ft. 9J' 9ooi "
pursuit. person a
I good No., 7. Lot 1 of see 25-t87, r 40 e, & "'1'&\ 9 ??:
Association' the other day it was! asserted r On They ceaseless saw thn patient mother go use of the time lost by tho bear, and 24 78-100 acres, and lot 3 of same sec, sample for t\" .. t tf f,*
without contradiction that to and fro; 21} One is on the no'tb and the s> ; _
fully when ho acres. '' ..
darted }In : .
again she $t 6.50. ,
pursuit "
They saw that her form was bent and thin, .5 q... t ., .1
the south of ,. $
otber on shore St. Lucie \.1.? < \\ ,
(wo.thb dsof tho of Newfound-
.people tier temples her cheeks sunk In was a good distance ahead. As he .
gray '
( 0 Oi
'river. Each lot boa a quarter of a mile. { <"\ :.>>" !s. $ 't \ ,. :
)land'want\ to |join tho Union and would They saw the quiver of lip and chin| ngaln nearod her she threw the child's frontage on deep water. (30 per acre Soi r .. iP" ''' o... o O < i
vote for annexation lo tho United And then, with a warmth he could f. O.Wjt "od ;
not dress down into the road, and again separate lots. No reduction if both lots & ,
, smother,' are taken. ._ ..., )\ 'o".6'. ;:<\) t
tho attention of the bear was attracted < .1), ..'1 ""' <',j. ( oge
Outspoke the \ e <
youngest, frailest brother: No. 8. Lot 3 of see 24-51 80-00 acres :
: ?: JatiNftCn, president of the commission "You talk of savin' wood and lie und a few precious moments gained. half mile front on St. Lucie river and I ; :.r $ .'

instituted by the l1erostatlccongl'e8 An' tea an' sugar; all the while, She continued this method, coolly lot 4 of sec 88, t 87, r 40 e-77 acres, I J$1 :: J (: : ;f ,;
But you neveKalk:of savln'motberl" waiting each time until the bear had also fronting on St. Lucie river. $25 per :
$ in 1889: has asked tho French 41 \ f
: 7 :
Uarrisburgh[ (Peon.) Telegram. acre for either or both lots.No. ....
war 'mtnUtcr to define tho status of nsarly overtaken. her then dropping 9. Lot 4 of leo 23, t, 87, r 40 e, '\),: t'> ,)1''' 9o tY i,

,aeronauts in time ot wan lie thinks somo article of wearing apparel Into 58 16-100 acres, with quarter mile fronton

,that aerostation in sufficiently Important SAVED BY A. DRESS, the road, until tho child was entirely St. Lucia river; excellent land;" (25 ",

'in (ho army for thojq who are engaged Miss Calllo McGee'-of America had divested of clotldug/then she began per No.acre.10. Lot 4 of see 8, 183, r 41 e, 89 THIS ,IS ONE OF THE 40 STYLED: WHICH WE MAKE at

jn It to bo designated as bellig 611 np herself.. Sho was already with, 64.100 acres, with half mile frontage ou .. 3 3.t
erents. experience a short time ago that in loss than a mile of a dwelling'and' south prong of St. Lucie river, opposite -c .c C

.--, -- she will not forget ant: hi which she began, to feel confident of her abilityto and south-westerly from Be&sey Dros. o ;
New showed rare and plantation; superior quality of Und, 5
A York journalist has purchased courage presence of delay the animal until aha reached .0
known a* old Indian field and
t the Italian' tlilo of "Prince mind in he face of the ,greatest dan.. it. Her gloves were first sacrificed, .- Price, (25 per acre. campground o z rxa ,

'Chlaldhil" for $i4. Many Americanshaveforoigntitles. ger and gained a few minute respite from No. 11. Se t of sw J of sec 2 t 83s r ... '

I Edison 'Is a count, 'America l is a small hamlet situated pursuit. Her hat went next{ then 41, e, on southside of Bt Lucie river, two mX b bo '
hundred back from river .
and father ,of Sallns I in Leo County, in the wilds yards ; roe ,
,the Edgar of Eastern
was -
basque, and last of all her dress.skirt. pineapple laud. Joni plantation of 0 K = '
tcnlghtcd by Queen Victoria, but these Kentucky, and consist of two The latter succeeded in holding, tho Wood. Price 7.50 per acre. tn .

gentlemen, add the; Atlanta Constitution \ I dwellinghin, a country store, an DeI of te t of 15, t 37 r4Oe C5 ,
see < '
have tho '
goad taste not to use < .
the house of :Mr, John :Miller Rnd'wal
acres, including:; a clearing and field of to '
their titles.t Miss Calllo had been teaching schoolIn once again in safety, atthougt linost 10,000 pineapples, set out, on north fork No. '165 STAR GEAR SPINDLE BODY. 1.<<
the "Bear Creek" district, which destitute of of St. Lucie river. Price 1000. Very MATt'BjU.WOOD F1VI3H, OR PAI3TKD. ,
The Urltish admiralty Is in A quandary lies on tho waters of Bear Creek. Ingoing clothing.The -little waste land la the tract. Built on' Honor. Entirely different( from Cheap Western .1
manning Its llltVY, It will to and bear, attracted by the squealingof No. 18 Lot 4 of leo 14, containing ,Work. Live Dealers wanted. Territory given. :
require .0,000 men to man her ,I returning from school some pigs in a pen near the road '85 acres; and lot 2 of sec 23, containing "
ships each week she is obliged to over mado 70 acres' alt In t 29 r 38 e. Very fine KINCMAN I
to effect
I no' an entrance' STURTEVANT L
when all her ,
nary if completed, and, Dear Wallow hammock, situated HI, "
loulltnln-Io called by opposite ceo, on ,
like our own navy, compares tho Now I the early settlers on Account of the into the house, but,for'th left the road _and the peninsula; free from frost. Each lot = CAR liiE; AND SllISH BUILDERS = "
York Mall'and Express, there la not a went to the pen purpose( of has quarter of mile river front. This
great number of bear that formerly procuring pork dinner. Mr. Miller land i tot bounded on the north by the recent SEND FOR FULL CATALOGUES! -
ship in commission at the present made it a resting-place in their migrations purchase of S. F, Gibbs from Jno. \ BINCHAMTON, N. Y. ,
was not at home, and the bear'schances .
time whlohJlall a tul1'complellll1nc ofrating. from tile V.Bard, and is about half a mile north of
Chimney Mountains ; "'
.. With, her matters are grow-' the to for scouring a young porker the celebrated place of Smith Bros. -----,-- -- .-_ ,--
Cumberland. For several yean I seemed to be good when Miss McUeo'took on'uf the finest bodies of land in the
tug worse.T past, however, no bear have been ,down a Winche.tor' wa county, excellently adapted for the cui.ture !

"If is_a noteworthy fact," remarks seen, and tho inhabitant bare long above the door, and, despite the entreaties of oranges This lemon will, vegetables.or not stand WE ARE IN THE ,LEAD

the New York, News "(hat only about ceased to apprehend any danger from of' Mrs. ,Miller, the plucky our pineapples.books many day place. Speak quick.on FOR FINE QUALITY AND STYLE OF SPRING, VEH/PlE8. 1

fire cent of tho foreign these animal. One SatnrdaV MUaCallio Either lot, separate, (37.50 per acre, or
per : immigration teacher proceeded to the pen. As the THE MOST FOR THE MOKET IS OUR MOTTO ,
to this country hat settled in tho ( 1 started for:hor' home, for the ,bear saw her approaching ho reared (25 for the whole tract. 'e. !
Nu'18. House and lot Titmville; :
South during the last fiscal year, and j I purpose of pasting the Sabbath with upon his hind legs. and stood ready' at the corner of Palm and Julia 'streets,, BEST tiNE OF :1J

yet there has boon a\\ lurgo movement I j her-mother, ,She was accompanied for,fight Mist Callio quickly brought' adjoining residence of \Ynv M. Brown. MATERIAL OUR OAT-'

into the South! of persons of American by her little niece, who 1* only threeyear her gun Into position and fired, the Comprisesa 75 by 98 and the house it
of new style, nicely finished and good as AND \
birth from the North
West. ball passing through the animal'eheart new; Cost '1,800 to build. Known as
The distinct!veness of race and nationality The rood between Bear Crack Valley and he fell dead. He 'provedto the Huckabay residence Bottom.price WORKMANSHIP ::

ba: thus boon preserved" and America is lonely even for a be a "whopper,",and tipped the 1200. ;
So. 14. House and lot corner of Pine LUSTRATES
mountain road, and from the base of beam at 287 1-3 pounds.
and DeSoto streets, just north of the
The woman suffragUts of Wyomingare the mountain on the one aide to the home of George W. !Martin.' Very large WINS. OUR LINE.

nothing If not practical, muses the foot on tho other-a distance of three Fooling a'Congressman. lott{ small, but well built house, oaly '
'Boston Transcript At )east they are 1 I I miles-there are no' sign of human The Chillicothe '(Mo.) papers are finished a few weeks ago. Cost over SMALL AiD LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTENTION,

credited\ with the enactment of tho ;j habitation' While slowly' climbing relating, with infinite relish, the following fireplace 300. Plastered and chimney.throughout Price,$tOO.and has A SAMPLE, JOB WILL CONVINCE YOU'THAT OUR,

law imposing a tax of two dollars on the mountain, on the further side from good story on Congressman No. 13. House and lot, fronting on WORK'IS THE WORK TO BUY. s

bachelors. "It is to be expected that this place the child trampled upon a Mansur, who no doubt appreciate it Broad street in Titusville' just east of

the imposition of this tax will drive sharp thorn, and, childlike, she himself; It seems his big pickerel the feet home on railroad.of W. R.Two Knox.houses on Fronts the lot 50; BRIDGEWATER CARRIAGE CO.RQ .

the bachelors into matrimony, and I screamed la her agony. While Miss the largest catch to tar this season, property now rented to good tenant, ac .&. oxm": v.A..

then wilt it be shown what a power Callie was trying 4o }pacify her she was and there It a strong desire to beat (7 per month. Price, (275-a great bar.,

and benefit the suffrage has conferred luddonly startled by a rustling of the his catch. Some patent leather dude gain. ----- ,
Mo. .16. Fine block of hammock and
upon the Wyoming women." bushes at one side of the road and caught a C-pound pickerel and filled it pine, just north of town park; beautiful 1

A upon looking around discovered a up with and. MlunesoU and i* place for residence. Size 850( by 839
New York merchant, whose trade large black bear stepping slowly and heavy and the fish weighed twelve feet. Would make 14 good building
U mostly with lots. Wore than half of this i
Africa, that Liberia block 1
says into the road Mansnr
cautiously about fortyyard. pound was surprised as .
offers splendid oak and magnolia hammock. ,
no Inducements for the Ji n her rear. well as the balance of tho crowd who Price, 450.

migration of colored people from For a moment Miss McGee stood were not in the secret The colonel No. 17 Two good building lots, onElte "WANT A '' AGON ? I

this country. The laud Is not so pro.4111ti.e gazing at the bear, too terrified to seeksafety. was nonplussed, hi* eye told him that the Titmville public school; ad. f

as first accounts made it out to Then, catching up the chlUtla his pickerel wa twice* large a* the property of. O.Size E. 50 Dakin 103; exceU feet. I' We save wagons, buggies surreys. High graoej t u fight ,
be and the I'I by Strong, 1
people there are doing no durable, stylish, as beautifully finished as modernized ,
her arm., she fled rapidly up the dude's, but there was the scale Well, Price, $123 each. -
better than the colored inhabitants u| 'steep ountaln fide. Casting a terrified try another pair-same weight, twelve No. 18. E ) of nw J and lots 1 and 1 manufacture an produce. Built on honor by race of life '- ,Co( ,
this country. The exports from Liberia t of see 17, 181, I r 89 e, containing }41acres. experience. Honesty U our. policy; prompt shipment our '
glance backward over ben shoulder pound. Virgil said "he'd be dad
Has half mile of river front on specialty. We want to know'OIL '
do not Write us. Costs
the equal tho imports, and I the wa appalled to seo the bear burned if be could understand It! ," west side of river, at bead of Narrow, nothing May teal, to business by and by. Send for you our
country cannot supply a larger break and the colonel aid just below Barber Bluff. Good fringeof I
Into a lumbering gallop and "he'd never seen catalogue It is free to every reader of this I
paper. Binghamton -
population than it has. hammock front. Part marsh. but '
tart In The child anything either In out of Co.
pursuit. frightenedat or Congress about 100 sere of good Und in the tract. Wagon Binghamton N. T. 1

According to a recent'" the unusual action of her aunt, wa to compare go it." Finally, after Price, 2000. BUILT FOR f:
estimate fourfiflhs icreaming at the top of Its voice and weighing it in his hands and feeling No. 19. The north 43 acre of lot 1, BUSINESS. t
of the engine now working In 'the it and of the ne J of nw J of sac 5, t 27. r '
bear apparently redoubled his effort from gill to tail, the colonel, said,
the we rid. have been constructed during 87 e. Price. (20 per acre. This Und !II
the hu twenty-five to reach them. Panting and "It i* a good deal fatter than mine} two miles of Eau Qallie, just north of 1._ : 1.

steam year The gasping for breath the at length that accounts for it." horse Creek, and opposite Tropic; abou .
engines of the world
represent reached the top of the mounUlii a 1- .. a quarter of mile north of Goshen post
approximately: the Office. High bluff front ,
working power of ; deep water
most exhausted, and upon looking Making the Host of Opportunity.
)00,000,000 men, close to shore. Land in limo vicinity ,
double the or more thaw back discovered the bear still in pursuit "Suppose you come diDo with as has told within the past year at (75 per .-, ,. ,
working I
population of the
world and rapidly'decieating the distance tomorrow" SvCTd.
the total population of which No. 80. Lot 4 of sec 32, $37, r 41
between them "
being Wouldn't
now scarcely the day after do just a*
U usually estimated at 1,455,923,000: C 77 acres; excellent pineapple Uad. ADVERTISE v
, inhabitant Steam has twenty yard behind her. well inquired the poor relation. Quarter milo front pa Bt.; Lucia river adjoining .,
accordinglytn&bled Occasionally tho bear gave an angry "Certainly, bat where are you go plant.tion of Stewart & Gasbng ; i,
man to treble hU working The beat of Und for sale on St. Lucia .. ': 'A"
snort a* It enraged at being balked of Ing to dine tomorrowt"f
power, making it pottiUa for river, at reasonable figure.
him to
economize hi*physical Intended prey ills heavy labored Right here. You see, jour wife Terms on any of the above half cash; I
to LU strength, whit breathing was now distinctly audible wa kind enough to ask 'sue for the balance in one, two or three jean, at IN. THIS PAPER
attending intellectual
develop I I to her ear and she realized that her occasion.- [Fliexenda Butter legal interest. Corwpood with as.A ,
mute lteriaiaa G&AJUM, TitosvUle, JTU. I II


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The Mniric MhMU Caaat. PARNELL DEAD. cd. Stand firm, with
ALABAMA BRIEFS. In 182S ton retI' donated to the *tllteof .... ALLIANCE. TALKS. and determination to do your full par ale have gotten to f"l? "ajoug In theif _. : '
Alabama 400,0011 icres of lAUd to be The Noted Irish Leader Takeoff .......... and all will be well" or ; economy to return"W' to .,:i
an old relic of financial
to the constitution of canal : barbarism
iit Newsy Notes Pa.ragr.1phlcallyF. ar applied mud the muscle shoals. Alabsm* bad Suddenly. : NEWS ,OF THE ORDER FROM the peopla" will mtkd out own .
from Nan,.
A recent dispatch Topeka" .
io'tt' tlera A London cablegram '* v. front ALL SECTIONS. money to ourselves-Without Interest ;
Presented. tbe lard selected and : at the aj the .
/ has born the muodi of
1 hi I office,la O'U?$laml' ; and|appropilitf Britain aud Ireland were startled' \>Vnenday ; going pt't'U.II j Tns N, YeTRrsoxn'e' 8CasnTtrTL-m. ;
: that' ,1 '
+- follows
t i Jerry Simpson says ;
nnlooke It is in itsWorkings.
the It is no simple
the morning by utterly
pMcCedi, $2o .oOO, to eperlment
A iforchnnt's the fArmerS i in '
Telegraph line Items 6f the alliance vow among class .1
r" company struct ion of the rantU After: the canal for announcement that Charles Stewart Interest to Alliance i fre to all No ,
I. being built to ext nd from UVt tVin, sod- Kama increasing but slowly since Illllt 1 I. to it .into t'
Parnell the noted Irish leader died legislation necessary
WAS finished ItYu found to be too smell men Everywhere. carr
Oa.. YIB. OpeiJka, L Fnyelte. Round for the sieambotts then in use On the dcnly Tuesday eYing at his borne: I hi year. The principal gains have been i in effect and beyond doubt it 1 constitu '" ..
.on to Gad.ien.In co not t at that pout Tennessee river. 'I 1 he locks were tgtnall Brighton It bad been well known that Simpson the cities and towns where tbe citizen tional. The Tribune' plan'i to* "'raise'r: t (
with the I'Oilal Telegraph comps: iy. and too snort The lunds were )Ir. Parnell bas not enjoyed the best of linn. Jerre credited wit alliance has ben! hard at work this yew more corn," aud i i is to the t'
The abstract of a-tse-wmont Irom Rus' ub u.ted. Thn high water'broke the .health for years pat, and It has been laying that "In thirty-eight stated and He estimates the Increase at 20, per cerVerlost people in these lCan worst "With

ell o)nintv shows a total valnttio i of $i" weal badly, and neither the state not noticed and" widely commented upoa that territories the Alliance bo 4,000,000 ( year. Speaking of the negro better weather the vadteb'and'':" \ Pif'
403,330, which yie'ds a total ux of ftf,,' Miters* wnuld appropriate; more money since the O'3hek divorce develo) menu be-' member1In la the south he said "They are hocking also the idea that n10rtKge be a' ,beW 'I "

641.63. The valiwtion' of this count, t' pair Uj and the coal b came worth. came a matter of public notoriety, and V to us in the south. I believe that this }party fn order to raise more corn." .

r ys last year 11M $2iSO.OOO, wh.cit, yields It> *n<\ wa Men a total tax of ,$0 HC.ttS. dergrcwth and trees. f In 1871 congress: that the. great Irish member ,.f parlii. bihtr to the currency, the alliance offers problem. It divides the colored as well and your relief Ie.not in i
The Cbattn '"'J1' and Gulf Itailroidformerly appropriated $30,000 for its survey and meat hart grown thinner, and that l IM had it* c.+ton as being fully as good a basis M the white yoto''of the South if, I i' of politicalpartf S I
:' the Chattanoog and Durham, to begin Its re-construction,' and from perceptibly aged In appomnco. But nobody as United States bonds.-Tht Signal does nothing else it will do that much but in raising "more'corn," 'It,
.+ a being built by the UrawaVi Springs time to time running through twenty expected to hear of his death and< "' good at lessr. The old fight between Yes men of Kansas and Nebraska You '
Land Company from Chickxmnnsfn 10 tile lain, ovet $3,000,000 have been appro. no inkling as to his illnes had reached the blacks and whites will be broktn;the burnt your corn bcaus $f was,
Tho Alliance Etho (MextaTex.) says blacks will take issue with each other 1n
coal mines on Round mountain a dii. priated and applied to rebuilding thenewspapets.HeldteJ cheaper than fuel, are Tllb
tanee of seventy and a half miles. conal. Now the canal is virtually completed ; at his home, Wa1sln bam Terrace Just about 00 per cent of the firming politics the name a* the whites. That1 une that bad weather' made your ,i '
and the channel of the river from population and about fifty per cent of what they ought t,) do. Tho lines lire "
Gadsden that the ;\ Brighton at 11:30 o'clock. gages; that better will 'cause them: to 't 1fH
.'}... has beju reports raised and work necessary haIK. Browns Ferry to Florence has been death is said to have been indirectly .du all other classes (politicians and monty; closer! drawn in the south than here vanish that you need not seek trough ,,
: ; money blasted out, and wing-dams; constructed, to a chill which he caught recently and lenders excepted) are with the Alliance Everything divides on the subtroasur; the ballot, a new party t : 1
r the for tbe Coos: Vat through rlgh
; gun on building Ma
in their effort to obtain relief. scheme. It is either endorsed of -
to the opposed
navigation. which do ,
'f" 'leyel 'itlon. The work will be'ru.h in the south.
a serious nature. Mr. Parnell, however by everyman in which to
The government warbouse
possible. I.
; s rapidly as people are Mr* .b..en Court.
1" .'; taking great interest in if, and it will h.t The preliminary examination of Mrs grew worse and a physician' was Otoe County Allian (Dunbar, Neb., .- lout corn you can reap the1 profit, '.
J t. a success from the start.itt Julia A. Johnson, charged with the murder -, called iu, with the result that the patient says: We would warn Alliance men to The Jarksboro ('Tex.,) Sentinel says: goes to the' speculator' and the ;1 to
of her husband Cn >t W. J). Johnson WM ordered to take his bed This was bo careful how they accept statements lithe 'Everybody admits that this country gambler, but that the way out of 'Tour'
The Ann'.s'on: street railway WM sold was commenced Tuesday| morning I\t on Friday last, and from that limo up| partisan press about Alliance! matters needs at least $30 per capita in circuln] trouble lies in raising "more corn"-)' &
jr at sheriffs sale severs dive a/(o-and WA" lost and and the most reliable estimates shot corn"
Mr. Parnell
t Moulton. before Hon. J. C. Kurupe, strength, finally A sharp campaign is coming on and the lion more for fuel. 43
Jf; bid in bv W. W. StringfelloW, trustee of judge of probate. As has already been succumbed. The exact nature old timo papers will publish many false $9 to be the amount in circulation Or TUB Naw YORK WOULD' Stl1ttB1
,., O. E. Edwards, and the Fiat National published, the murder of Captain John. of the disease which statements partly through Ignorance but that could be in circulation, leaving $41 This also is constitutional. doe ;
.J;;. Bank.. The price paid for it was $'?,- son occurred at his home nine miles east caused the death of the Irish leader Ia mostly through falsehood. per capita that we luck. Congressman necessitate "a swarm ot ofcers"' to carry ;

A new company will be organized: of Moulton, on the morning of Angus not made known at present. From the .+ Abbott discussing the situation at Garland it into effect It I free 'charge
and the line equipped with electric caret he took to his bed r the other said "Tbe ThelVorldiike'Jbb'e "
27th, last. There was no ono in the day however, the The Alliance has control of the nut day I reasons of "paternalism. 'J
a as early as possible. house at tbe time of his death, except state of Mr. Parnell hai ben such as of ble. sensible, practicable way of relief war horse with the battle, only "smell .4. "
'W A special from London to the S'. Lout his wife and she reported to the m.Ign. necessitated the constant attendance of legislature of Kentucky by a majority WM to adopt the free coinage of silver, the battle afar off." True, it is open to;
two in the Senate and thirteen in the
:., It.DixpaUft says: ".T. B. Plant has bon that her husband had committo I two physicians, but in spite of'their incessant house. The mud< which would place in circulation annu the charge of "class legislation,' because t'
aecnred the consent Of 00 perccnt.of'ihtbondholder suicide. A coroner's jury was empancec and untiring efforts to prolong or: politicians are very in ally about 183,000,000, or about $::13,., it will flourish best upon a 'certain'isothermal
this factor
'' of the Alabama Midland by the nearest justice of the peace, save his life, Mr. Parnell gradually sank has surprised demonstrated that new much politic! 000,000 more than.tbe present law would line. Here I is. The".Wol '
:' ,i railway to his scheme to guar.mtou :3 per who, after hearing tho testimony, tendered lower and lower until he expired ia thql so strength admit, even if the Secretary of tho says! From Florida Texas,
Some the of that
of State
Jk, cent on $1,400,000 worth of bonds Is.t Purnell who is congressmen are .
a verdict in accordance. lIon. O arms of Mrs.: utterly Treasury would allow the utmost Farmers' Alliance renounce the :ttawnbroktag -
; seed at 6 per: cent., Nearly ail ihtse T. Robertcoroner of the county, not beIng prostrated by the shock: experienced very apprehensive about their future limit under the present law," idea of .ubtr"allf ,and" h
AUtant Herald
: !
bonds .are owned in London satisfied with the verdict of the through her husband's death. safety.- 63,000,01)0) people into $8\OOO,000 find fortune In of

t : ,1. A. Richardson, resident engineer, at squire's jury, empanneled a second, a ANOTHER' ACCOUNT. % make about\ $1.80 per capita lie would the fragrant bulb-the onion" ;
Atlanta for Tennessee and Cooaa extension week later and hid the body exhumed Another account of Mr. Parnell's fatal The %ndependentrEra (North PlAtte, have the circulation increased by free Tea, farmers you who helped with "' ,
.." of the Nashville, Cbattanoogi The result of the second inquest was an sickness as follows Mr. Parnell arrived Neb.) is for financial reform and more coinage at' the rate ot" f 1.80 per capita money to build the high dome of the '+
: and St. Louis, is reported as saying that application to Governor Jones for a at his home at Brighton from Ire money I "What we want and must hare per )i art and says that medicine will cure Pulitzer building are told by the World,
t 1' eight miles of rails have bean received requisition on the governor of Arknnsa; land Thursday, and complained of suffering is more money. Providence baa favoredus us. It would take just about thirty-one that has its home there to Drive over '
I II. 'and track laying is progressing ns fa-t as for the body of Mrs. Julia Johnson, from a chill. On the Friday follow with a munificent yield of grain and years, (the ordinary span of human life) your efforts to secure the tub-treasury
"3!J possible. This, will complete the track charged with the murder of ber husb>nd., log he was unable to leave his bed, and vegetables but there is not money enoughin to maka up the $30 per capita if there plan and "find fortunes"'in raising onions. >I ,
Gadsden to within two mi'es! of Long before the hour set for the opening his regular physician was summoned. circulation, to move the vast crop. was no increase in population. Hut the It would seem It is time for the ;y ,'
f'IIrom' Guntersville.The examination the court room was littcral- He seemed to havo considered Mr. Par Consequently we are confronted with last census shows that the population increased farmer and the !laborers ,to take, back
Oxford lake line began running ly p eked. Several important witness nell's illness to be of a serious nature, for prices far below what they ought to bo to for the last ten years 18,000,000,< those words "or something better,?' and 1 ,
:! .: electric cars a few days ago. There was wero examined. Voluminous evidenoi he loon sent for another physician, with meet the needs of those countries which' and at tho same ratio 'of increase wo demand tbo'lubtreMtrT plan without
Viij I( a balloon ascension and other attractions was offered for the defendant and the whom ho had a long consultation over are suffering from the want of them.. would in thirty years have 124,000,000 amendment, pure and .simple.* .Ecotiomitt. "

!''i at Oxford.lake, and the people turned out State offered none' in rebutal. After the sickness of the Irish leader. This More money mean. better prices for our people; $50 per capita for Our present ,:
'J' ; In large numbers.. Three electric can listening to the argument 6f the C/) nscl. consultation of physicians was resumed commodities and better pay for our pro. population, 03,000,000, would bo $3,* i
"r will run at present, leaving Oxford for Judge Kumpe remanded the defendant Sunday when Mr. Parnell was found to' ducers., l OOOOOOO, which, divided by: 124.000,. DEBT FIGURES.
:;-S._. Anniston and the lako every twenty min to jail without bail. Application has be in great pain and apparently growing 000, would ,give: us. at the end of thirty -
;1 : utes. The coaches are p-rfect gems, and been made for a writ.of habeas corpus, weaker every hour. His sicknesswas The JYoprwu'M farmer (Rnlelgh N. years about $2$ per capita by Mr. Ab September 'Statement as' to,

ir:.:', Oxford Is proud of.her like, line which will be tried before Judge II, C pronounced to be an Attack O..) has the following: Some of our null- i bot's plan. Undo Sam's Finances.Tho ., '
W. Lawler has been convicted of Speaks at an early date. Opinion as to I of acute rheuiattKm, and ,every attention alliance exchanges continue tQ complain r I IIUBSTIT1Tf1t1
'i%' bigamy In the city court ot G"ds.Jql1l1nd the defendants guilt seems to bo somewhat I and care wa paid to the sufferer. that the orgtnizaiion has been pervertedfrom FOR TUB CCB-TOKASCRT debt *tiitt; >nmt laiueil from ,Wash* '

,U' -. sent for two years. lIe roariieJ AMiss divided. lie was carefully and untiringly nursed the original purpose. They say IngtoQ Thursday shows that during Sep-r > 4
a:r. up Sheffield AtUlla last spring and by his-wife, who hardly left his bedside that "equal rights to all," and "for the PLAN. tember the lubroa bearing debt his decreased -,

a few days afterwards she learned he had BAD ON THE TROOPSIs from tho moment her husband's illness, mental, moral and financial good" of id The Alliance has always said I "If IOU $20,837,793.30, of whllmouJt! :
to be of serious members have both born discarded. We don't like the sub-treasury plan gives us $7,515,620 is composed :
ift; a living wife in Georgia. On being confronted ....L-: was pronounced a nature
8t.\. with this evidence he'skipped the Inspector's Report as Mr. Paine!!, in spite.of the care and at suppose this is because we are beginning something better. Wo are not weddedto bond., upon which iotered. has scented: /
tion which recelveJ did not from to diversify crops, as they aUvlsed and anything. What we want Is relief, but which have cot been presented,
W' out,,but was arrested la Anniuton a short he rally
"1., time afterwards Sent, to Washington.A the rheumatism, and grew weaker -andweaker. begun to raise politics. If tho farmeri financial teiiefund we do not from; what either for extension at 9 pet Cent pr re. i .i
Washington dispatch Saturday !Several hours before his death, don't get their fair share of the' sdvan source it comet of' what its. principles, deirptton, and are now, transferred, to,I t
1r rate'' The Journeymen Tailors' union of*Birmingham lays: First Lieutenant Charles- L. Phil, Mr. Piirnell became unconscious, and sp tages of politics, how will they get provided it is honest, 'constitutional,' no tbe non.lntern It-bearlne'; 'debt' :amount' .

went All out the on a strike tailors a few in lips, Fourth artillery, who inspected the remained until be died, in intense agony. "equal rights It good politics are cll legislation, and promises t be permanent Total interest bearing debt outtlDdlog
t' days ago. state troops of AUbama and Florida at Oiria/: to the suddenness of ,the Irish conducive to our "mental, moral and In its beneficial effects, is now $38 ,024,720. Total,debt idclud
'. the The city, except of the one strike firm are refusal affected. their recent encampment; has made his leaJer's Illness,,and to the belief of his financial good," then why is it that. we SEMATUH BLTLKR'S: SUBSTITUTIS.--The ing ccnflote| and treasury notI" $1-.
causo was a on report to the war department Of the .wife i and of the attending physicians thai are forbidden this luxury f iress reports that Senator Butler ofer. 684,149,231.; ; cash ,in ,, '
the of
r to scale
part employers sign a new indications substitute State banks of issue. net debt $793:474:
Alabama troops he bays that be would recover, no Moods or relatives I $741,608,200.89; ,";
of prices. This new scale provided for of a'of discipline were. prevalent in rhis family or of that of Mrs means such banks a* those that existed 041.71; net cash balaace in r tbe '
an increase, variously estimated at from and than The XortKuut Rtform Journal Before the 'having the or, slinl- certlfl-
nowhere, more so war, same treasury tU ,
camp among Parnell were at Par. *
C to 10 per cent; the increase applying the guards. Bentinejt left their post, Dell's bedside when present he died. MM. Par- ([In Portland tbII 'issue Oreg.Governor) says Pennorer's i "We":publish NorthAmerican lat pwers aDd privileges, hi*, plan is cites lutlllodlnf $140(84,053silvercot (, i

"extras" inns and equipment. The behavior and I. Deli and the physicians wore alone Co attendance obJectoA./ ;'currency cer i
: ''Few.tatel appearance of the troops on .drill were him when he died. Review article by request of a 1. Tbe plan No Indiidual tllellles $10,833,000} treasury note .
;. can show tbe fast growth that Alabama excellent Too much time that might be In London upon particularly the news of reader In Josephine county The govern- or corporation has the right to live purchaio notes, $04,231-. : '
Vcan, and in order to let the country' at tttter employed is spent upon so-called Parnell'i death came down like a thun- or has taken advanced ground, ,fa voting and grow rich 0 the interest 'of the MS; cash balance in the treasury ho* in. 11 i
large know of our great wealth, let ns fine point of the manual aod murching. dorbolt the clubs and ia political' 4 per cent government loans. Ho does money he or it owes I meaD Just what during the month, $13,290,429.. '
hr' Join hands, and make the state fair at A feeling of independence and company iircles. upon Nobody, so tar as .t first known flat argue in favor of produce loans] I ..y-"on the Interest of the mop-y heor ereae) bonded 'debt has decreased"$17, '
,p Birmingham, October 20 to 81, boom, sprit detracted much from the military vas even aware-that be was indisposed, neither( does ho pointedly condemn it. it owes" It Is tight that you collect ))8U.18i); amount of 4J per cent bo.d.hld l"
Attraction of all kinds are now entered. Lipectof the encampment Sign boards and consequently when it became known, Je does favor land loans; the farmers do Interest on what is duo you, but it I in the treasury by tne trclurel.,of,
a' For the instruction of visitors to our indicating the local names of the companies that Parnell was dead, the first idea not want 4 per cent loans 9 per cent is robbery to make your neighbor pay the United State for baps, a
state fair we would say, they have secured were appropriate to a picnio formed was that he had Committed: sui- the highest, and even less is likely to be Interest on what you owe him. This is security for circulation at the cUV

more attraction in horsescsttlesbeep ground; but bad no place in a .tide. As the day wore on, asked for soon. As soon as the ub- what the "State bank" of Senator But- of business. Beptemu 80, 180,, I*
and wonders, than ever before shown In iiilitary camp. The rotrlctlonsilaced leaked out from statements of hi!* 4ml treasury has been tested by actual opera- Ier's does. The bank issue for every '2 8DOO. These bonds are the probertyif
the south. Send your stock and go by the commander-in-cbief mate friend that :Mr Puroell had comilaloed ion we think land loans will be con. dollar of coin It hold throe (more or fourteen bank located ten diC-rent

yourself." upon the, social features of tho camp to them recently of not feeling as temned. The sentiment that the home le'l) 'promises to pay" dollar, If the .atate.. A* they are no long r': available+
Ceal.g c..y .tI.... were provocative of much dllcuuioD, and well .s usual, but it was not though by should be free free"of rent interest and Issue is three dollars in paper promises for the purpose stated they will htve, to .
Tbe Alabama State fair wiU be given met with but little favor Lieutenant anybody that there was anything dangerUS taxes, i. growing. for one dollar In gold,'of course two of b replaced with interest .
as low rates ss any of the great exhibitions Phllllp'defcD.fs I the action of the cr>mianderin in his condition. these paper bills rest only upon "thin end .
now swinging around the circle .chief, and says social oblige- The Oregon AUlanen-Herald (Prince. substantial( air." But when the people
clamoring for publio patronage. None Lions should never be allowed to Interfere PAlUuLL'a LAST BPEECII. too) has the following encouraging borrow these two note from the bank- THE GOVERNOR SUSTAINED;
't of them will escede the state fair and with military duty. lIe alludes to fric- The last time Parneil appeared ia pub.lie words: "W note with pleasure the ad; these tw,' notes which are' the mere
agricultural fair soon to be given at Bir tlon' between ranking regimental officer, was at Creegs, in Ireland, September snce move that is being made by the promises to of the bunk-the Supreme Court Decides theKolbLane
mingham. A large attendance will be expected and the governor endorses the intention 21ll1, when he delivered a long speech! Alliance in Oregon. Just nine months people piy pay tho hank, to theetent :Contest. '
from all section of the country. of f the Commander-in-chief to make a upon the attitude and allege incoosistacies ago to-day was the first sub-Alliance or. of two-thirds of Its Issue and the *
The Piedmont fair at Atlanta will open camp school in military discipline, and of Dillon aDd O'Brien. Upon that inlztd in Eastern Oregon. Since then bak is enabled to grow rub upon thefotu' Te supreme court 'of AI batioa { ren
on the 18th. The American Banker asaociatlon says that it only requires on tbe part of occasion, Parnell stated that he was a wonderful change has taken place; the & on that money which owe to an opinion, Saturday, r,ver* D""
I the decision of the lower and ,
el, will convene in New Orleans on inordinate a full appreciation of the Making in defiance of tbe orders of the laboring and farming element of our and has proml.e to pay the people. Ilone court sus 1
r the 10th of November. The American importance: of this object and a determiition doctors who were attending him, andwho State ere not rash in their conclusions, the ,interest the bank lining Governor Joosa' appointment of
r Public Ileillh association will convene ia to heartily second their command ,bad expressely ordered: him to keep but have given the matter profound at. tllects upon the money it owes to the Hector D. Lao as commlisiooer of agri.. .. .
v Kansas City on the 20th of OctobeiThe ers' effort to have quickly 'eradicated all to his room. He carried his left arm faa tentioo. ,It has been to them a subJect} depositors. Tbe old ''free backlog syitm" culture. Tnis puts out B. F. Kolb;/wh
Brotherhood of St. Andrew will as errors noted in his rt|>ort Of the Florida sling and explained to inquirers that hi of much study and premeditation. ne Is BO beU. has held the office for the past five year*,
amble in St. Louis! on tbe 23d of Octo troops Lieutenant )Phillip SITS then was suffering from rheumatism. principles of reform haw been carefully 9. There grave doubt as to its con and who claimed that the act of the last '
ber; The American. Missionary associi were no jealousies among them. The Ia Dublin, Parnell's supporters an In weighed and in them a remedy founiwhereby lUtutiooahtr. The trend of decisions, legislature providing for the QfC to" b
'J. lion wm convene In Cleveland, O., oa petsonnel was good, but there was Dud state of consternation. meeting ol the wealth producers caa unite and of enlightened public sentiment, i fl: filled by the election in ,.
the 20th of October. of instructions in setting up drills and the friends of Parnell was hastily calledas and break down those sectional lines certainly against it The national gov. took away the govrn r'.right ,to" 81 the
SchMl EnameralUa. guard duty. The discipline war good, soon as new of his death became which will be the means of destroying ernmeot alone bas the right Jo make term from September let, when .twoyears'
1.1" The superintendent of eftacatioi aad military courtesy and submUslon the known-sod. it was decided that a meeting party power and the bloody shirt racket money. The state hY delegate the term KXplies, until .regularelection. ] !
of alt of Parnell'i followers This of th* judge* were for
has received all the reports of school rule. should be ,', power to coin money to ,
enumeration from the various counties inIi" called at once to consider what steps to The Alliance ia Michigan" has ernmoot. Can tbe state gneralaov the right to appointment, and the other u a
:" the state. The total footing of all the< take in the face of the di.Jtrous event beyond the meet sanguine expects tiom citizens a power that 1* inhibited to it bj two held that there was a absolute vacancy '
} in the state within the school RUSSIA'S FAMINE for their party. until lel3 None were for Kolb'
":: people age during the put )'ear. It bas increased the constitution f
j Ii' shows a population between and 21 of In numbers sod effectiveness, until now 8. It 1* class legislation] of the worstcharacter right t bld .
I. 547,548. Of this number 807,933 are Threatens Reyolutlon--Terri- IT IS A GIRL. It may well be considered as one of the It It legislation in favot of !

white and 239,893 are colored. The ble Stories of Distress. reliable and staunch State organization money capitalist. I compels A DEAD KING. i
I _. school numeration two years ago showed Cable advices from Ituula received at Mr and Mrs. Cleveland nee 9f the Order. Under the Intelligent and in the first instance lend the capitalist
a total population of 524,691, of which Boston, Tuesday say that entire states ceivlnff Congratulations. conservative guidance of its officers, no twice or three time the amOUDt of ii --
: the white numbered 283.869: ,aad 223. are being deserted on account of the faction bare arisen BO dissension bare capital without Inte,"', Karl I, King of Wurtera'bn're,
I 133 were colored. The enumeration just famine. They also assert that new law A New York dispatch suit Baturds Occurred ia the rank, but to the ct>BIrary boons pay him Interest on two-thirds of( Gives Up the Ghost. 4
t. < doted shows a total inmate of t4,83 has been made forbidding the sowing of morning ex-Presideot: and Mr* Cleveland a unity of action sad l It-a currency thl ought to reach the A cablegram from
,, ; iba school population within the past were blessed with an addition to their of has directed a'l! it Btutrgirt, .yl
in seed this fall; so that the acreage next continuity purpose bands of the people "without price. Karl I of WurUmbwg died
' two years. The white hire In this time year will not be sufficient lor the home household. The new was at one communicated effort It ha taken car of itself and 4. Ne permanent relief will result to o'clock, king at.
'. In number over two years ago. .... to the press, aoJ within tenminutes its aDd condition I the result of Tuesday mralDg. He was or
increased supply, still for export Bo great lethe growth th.iMopi from such a (1. a. P'ntta I 0 1823 aDd ascended
" 1L887. The increase la the colored distress! that the people have been the telegrams began to "rush"in. boars effort Michigan has never been Bo liPt ttu pr' poutoa togo Marc his the throne i
population ia the ssmetime wa 11,808. driven to pillaging each other, first setting They came from the city, from the accorded the aid which come from large bak sgJa the mire from whichwe of fatberiKlog Wilhelra
; Pacific I I, on Juo 23 1894. On July J3
I ;;p' D."" .. the "*ua.,. fire to village* aDd then robbingthe slope one even from Windsor meeting, addressed by national officer .iot beginning t emerge. Apart h married lire Grand Ducbta, 180
Ever since the lottery law of Mobile iahabitants. The distress a greater castle, the with aiklug most graciously or men of national reputation ia tow order fo the cur of tb delegate of .
wa amended and the mayor begin hU menace to the government thin all the about tbs of the nation' baby. hence it may be considered a* self-\ power of one clue to money and daughter thllt Emperor Nihol. *
I.. system of daily arrests the buzz of the effort of the nihilists. The famine may Too happy almost to read, stealing over tans ia nearly all respect: The food exact interest for its use from all othercluse5has of Kuala. Pror t tb.1..r 'u.
; policy! wheel has no longer been heard ia cause a revolution where the love of every few minutes and,taking a pep' at work done la Michigan ha bad it* effect caused more mf and saf. Umberg ot wa' gad but
, the streets and lane of the city TU liberty ha failed. Aid ia being sent toby bab1' face Grover Cleveland i* a happier Ia other *Ute--jEumoBite. feting t the human ra all other peace WM e.-ected Into *
i :;-:4 h policy shops bad fall sM at one time Holland Jews and nihilist societies of man thin on the day wbeo N.wYork1 -, can comble It .* created the kIDjdom A proclamation, signed* bv
and had J.IUQ majority.: ( C''flJ' by Tao rich to and aid all the,.nilnUterha*
but at the
nuisance *
The latter have ,
! and the thing became a sent $4.800. .
The Alliance ZraU e been ,
to him the (Montgomery issocd. It the
; atridaily I nanr ball secured presidiacy. expense of the live U I announces sccssjlpy E
few days
tot A ago poor
suppressed. Ala) "Tbe lumen' I fa la tat I of Wllbslm
: caDle at
I ssvs nephew King Kail
uDder and
. f lottery started up again I tar condition with better aDd squalor suffcriacr. J 1 I
, to the
... peculiar circunwtaace The lottery law One would think that no one with know
f' than ever ia tbe history of tbe
the prospect ledge of the ho. bitter the
that ,
this "provided post cm
ha exemption
provision of ibis act shall not apply to A Case Where Cash Alone Play Fearful Havoc in a Halifax la mttvemeot timber and Ia every Increasing' State a'dUrmi&a it i. crowing eel waters or burning the present laD pre., HELD AS A SU BPS CT.,- ,

, toe distribution of presents to sabcrib Counts. Town. lion and as the membership becomeseducated would prorxM a return to the bondage \ '', :

, ... by newspaper proprietors nr pab'tabers.', A Eonntse, Texas. to the New The moat,dl..troualSr. that baa visited ; ia the condition of affairs, sad of Egypt Look back one bund red year Trial or the Supposed ;States-

The lottery men have issued a little Orleans Pie ,-* bar the following J. Halifax, N. 8., for year broke out perceive the great lllO".t1 fdr natty of o'e our owe history aod that of the YUe Trn Wrecker, -
I' weekly paper and makeshift with DO D. Uc)1i11aacoucl treasurer, ha before 11 o'clock Thursday night, in the purpose and concert<< of action that determination moth country and see the lurid pl A dkpatca'of )
news I. it and this they .sell at a subscription been on trial charged with min proprl- Media pl.ninjf mill oa Taylor1 wharf to forego petty difference of 1"th.bro8 U)th substance te d,111 The examisingtdatif Elrnor'oa

price of 10 ccau month, tb atiBgfaod* to the amount of 14000. near the Cunard wharves. Ia a few minute opinion aDd unimportant variance of ppl. btiatar837,1g47 I ,- who wa amsM at S ur a
receipt bearing the. policy Bomber aadI. Judge Hlgbtower ordered the the place was all ablaze, and the fire methods, and become a unit Ia purpose Imb light of .fw days ago for the wrecking of aha
; being in fact a .otter\. ticket: that will him, charging: that the legal deter .press' rspUly. A bieesa from the north a unit III ohJeet and a unit la action 1* bank. 181S-1T. The Ballon, tttfiOGf tPBYln'MA beta A_ 17tb.
participate la -tbs .ri-claiIr turned drawing too quit of money 11 legal tender coin and carried showers of live sparks to buildings Bu r. fully and thoroagbly realized. sad t" .a .proum.t tipoa th* ohl .Po which lw.onty.twopeopis Aujna&killed
tag. Tbe first t>m* to that bond or coupons are not monsy. vessel aod wharves south of the readily accepted by alJ, "United. with Senor But 'aodmaoy woumdrd, hae in
.ake a dra i-g' Joke F. Perry) the Judge Higbto-er, who I* recognized a* Are. By f o'clock the whole Uwckalmactadjolaiajr Hand-; divided w. fall. Pool your Icr, cam la the lb2 4 two days After fifty bn. *4 ptop
of the &
alleged rasasjtee new 'sr brightest jurists hold tbe Gassed wharves h4 been baUd. Get together. Pull together. postpoaed the crash until CD wrumoned '
c. one of the state's 111 both std**. The trial
scheme: war arrested by the mayor' order that BO official caa be iadjeud for mtfisltnvfnt destroyed. A score of schooner st Banning IM goal of Mwces* U la view sad bye saa denv th UM honking of our came to *eto* ,Monday cj lj when 4e '

f" tadev presMt state law noto > wharves end thou to the north were I . be sUal* actual ash atel v moved out Into the harbor. tithe the haven of safety will be naeb ll cause of a these disastrous crises. 'lllr, 'JmljtdoD. l


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the of the SKmect If the'memorial of JAMES PBITCHABD, Prwilrtent; W. 0. BARRETT, Vice-president l ; '
THE EAST COAST IDYOCATE. > R. 8. Sheldon U home ft**:fhe Indian fight and independent by endorsing '
-fr Let the Florida legislature the W. U.BMOWXT Cashier. +
tbe phos
!tj tjW Hirer country. He le favorably lffl- 'press. :bdycotted : ,
,pressed with the prospect of Canaveral road lose this fight, an$what other phmte men ca.,lend any influence
Or TUB IVmAJI a'Taa are :JM a future port of entry.-JSfew fimyrnaBreeu. line will dare to follow in Its unfortunate wfaieJh might have a favorable in-
tAM WOBTH MTIOM. footsteps?'' What other fiueaee on Congress, or tend to *e- ,

One by one, many of the most concern will dare to'provoke }he ill Curt the' appropriation which is (Incorporated under the LAWS of the State Of Florida.)
GRAHAM ITAtTOW, Propi I practical and conservative! HMO in will of this heretofore 'fcrflncible needed to perfect the harbor at

the State are ,coming to tigress combination? If the CL &ie Canaveral, and jtt such alf appropriation Authorized capital, $1OOOOO R

,.ce Washington Arena, ntusrille, l themselves! freely in, regard to the successful in its attempt to reduce will secure an outlet which Paid up capital, $28,000

Indian River, Florida. advantages of Canaveral M a port rates, and thereby benefitlJM State., will afford a route for, shipping Average deposits, ,$140OOO
of entry. The above paragraphmust the combine will bare learned a phosphate> to Europe at a saving '

EVERY carry additional! ,weight, as lesson they will not soon' forget.! two dollars per ton over any route Transacts a General Banking
PUBLISHED FRIDAY., the opinion expressed come from+ The combination will go to pieces, now open we think such action ,
one who has interest at Caaair and each line will hare to contend would not be outside of their province Business$ "'

eras but'owns considerable ,. for traffic, In future on ordinary la other words, they would ,
................... WALTS ft. O AnAM'New .
Mltor, I Smyrna, which latter business methods, and tand on its economize to the extent of two dollars Largest and Oldest Bank on the Hirer

Aaeociate-$ditor ft Manager.....a It W A"roW. point tias ambitions of her own la own merit. per ton, in "marketing their .

tbe matter of becoming a port of .Every traveler to Ma on, Atlun product;" and this will be the principal DIRECTORS

entry. It is quite plain, however, ta or the west should be willing, object for which the convention JAS.rnrTCHA nW.B.BAn-nerr Provident
stared a\ the Tlttlnnte ice as second of the National Bank of Jacksonville J.H, +
efts )
considerable will convened. The Tirmet'
C1aM HaD ) to the fair-minded people of New even at inconvenience, DUKKKK (Vice-Preldent! National Bank of
Smyrna, that the bar of Mosquito to go via the G, S. k F. from Pal. Union evidently does not under. Jacksonville W. S. GRAB and. W.'M*
tat the BBOWK.
opinion W. do not of our hold correnponcUnU onrwlTM rmponrtbto bat i w. claim Inlet is too treacherous to ever allow atka. Their sense of fairness aDd stand what Canaveral asks of the COBBE8PONDKJTT8.: :

eW right to reject any communication.jsjvbllcatlon I that port J.d become availablefor their love of justice.should prompt convention and, in view of the National Seaboard Bank National of Jacksonville.Bank of New York.,'and

CommnnlcatlOlll tor publication malt be writ.o large steamers until millions of them to do so;.and every pound of above ,explanation, will no doubtsee TITUSVILLE SO '
.. plainly. In every on one ease ale. he of accompanl.d the paperonyaadehoo1d 1'7 tM dollars hare been expended on its freight for the west should ,go via the propriety of the next convention '. FLA.
writer'. name and ad"\'M.lint nurU, for the same route. endorsing the memorial bf
improvement! by the
,bat M a guarantee of good faith.ADYEBTI8ING government.
We understand that the boycott. the Floridalegislature} and urging

I ed line has taken steps to extendIts favorable action thereon. T. MURPHY .

KATESi THAT RAILROAD BOYCOTT line from Palatka to TavareS. ,
Pea YiA*. If this be true, and the extension ,
Florida and the World's Fair.
: '
Inch,. ...........0.00 can be made in time for the present '
fine Two Inch........................ 111.00 If there J is anything that should all south Florida Jacksonville :;
'7Meelncb.' ........... 2/1,00 orange crop, The of Machine :: :
.......Inch........................ !IIInofill. ,demand unhesitating denouncement should rally to the support of the the convention plan organization at Orlando, and adopted the State by ". .
..Inch or Quarter Col.,. 10.00 from fair-minded men it is '
...... MOO only line which has consulted the Board of Directors charged with raising
'WIlde'ffaUColnmn Column,...,..100.00\ the action of the combination of interests of the people, and''wlil hl the necessary funds are as follows:
railroads which have determined to SECTION: 1.: Tbere shall be elected by Iron
l is to day the for Works.
far Bis KenthJ,dtride the yearly rate by two suffering penalty
sad aed ttAer cen4.Tor to boycott the Georgia Southernand its unheard of course. this convention a board of thirteen (13)) '
Florida Railway Co. because directors, from the State at large, who,
Thrve.fonthe, divide the yearly rate by What the outcome of the'Struggle -: shall elect from their own number
lost,and addle per cent. that company has reduced the pre. will be, no:one can say;,, 'what working committee of not less than three 'j
veiling passenger rates, a step it should be, no one can deny. We members. PUMPS, ENGINES AND MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
local AdvrttaiMnU, Ten Cent Per' UM which the people of Florida should await results with and in .The said directors shall elect their own .
kehlnwrtlon, applaud, on account 'of its beingone anxiety officers and employee, fix the salaries of, Made and Repaired
hope remembering that the race their and shall have
TOd Reading Matter, not In "Local News" calculated employee entire! '
wMtamni,Fire Cents Per Line Each Insertion. to increase travel to l is not always to the swift, nor''the charge control and management of all
and within the State, and .promote battle to the strong. If the peopleof plans and matters relative,to a Florida CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS PIPING & ,
legal AdvrtfM mte at Legal its development. exhibit. They shall fix their own time '
Florida fail to champion ,the
Alt tbe above rata are for one edition pertr Because one company takes a and places of meeting, and shall fill all
t+ast. e'vlew of"the" cause of the boycotted rpad substantially vacancies that may occur In their board. For Phospha1io 3Doroc3.fflxi.8r.5jan6mo : : "
common sen matter, and to a successful ter. SKO. 2. Each county shall elect its
Merchants tad all there to whom we are and believes that by decreasing its mination whatever the own county executive committee who OIFICE POAgS
tedebted will presenting their bill rates it will increase its businessto shall cooperate with the State board of : ,
MM lit of month for prompt settlement. combine may inflict upon them'"in director
every } and shall elect Its own officers
more than make up for the reduction future will be their just reward. and employee, and shall determine allmattei'll 134 & 136 East Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
tW" BUIi collected monthly: U not otherwise its competitors, instead of ,
"As they make their bed; so they relative to county exhibits and ,
creed spoorCheck doing likewise, and meeting the must lie in it." If they make noeffort the raising of county funds
,etc,nay be made payable to "Graham cut, have decided to boycott the k: Oca 3.- Each treasurer of county committees
to maintain defend their E. O. BLAIR..
*Walton." offending line.. If there is or shall promptly and regularly for D. B. THRASHER.
any. rights, what can they expect.but: ward to the treasurer of the State boardof
Address all communications to thing that is calculated to, excite usurpation and forfeiture?' The directors, at such times as the directors Blair & Thrasher

,EAST COAST ADVOCATE, the sympathy lair.minded peo. influence of the ADVOCATE may not shall determine; three-fourthe (!) of
ple for a railway company, it must all money collected or received by ,him, ,
TmmviLii:, FLORIDA be worth much but such as it is it .
1".O.lox,44MORE certainly be the, conduct. of the the remaining one-fourth (m) to be retained
Is with the which
given same spirit in the hands of the treasurer of PRODUCE :
combination which has after due BROKERS
the contribution the committee
I accompanied 'of a county pay. county ex
deliberation decided to make a de. ..
: real estate IB changing 'liberate Attempt to crush the Georgia certain widow. Jerusalem, manycenturleeigo. ban 4. Tbe sum of one hundred thou. Commission &' Merchants . this season, in Brevard l Southern;! and Florida Railway sand (100,000)) dollars shall be apportioned Distributing ,, ,
and raised from the several counties
county, than at any former, period.. Co* out existence. of the State on the basis of the tax assess 153 f WEST BAY STREET '
men It Is remembered that Octo-: Will their attempt be successful? COLb WATER FOR CANAVERALSome ments of the year 1801, but each covnty FLA.
Shall;the) people of Florida alwaysremain committee shall adopt its own method. .of. P. d. Box 761. .
ber is considered u. the
usually at the mercy of the combs raising Its county apportionment. u ", It.
dullest month ,In tip ,year. We of the pholphat4.-shippingporte SBC. o. Not exceeding ten percent., of "
nAtion'whlch this
at time rules I in this State appear to 'be not a little the subscription shall be expended untila ORANGES AND PINEAPPLES .
tare good reason ,anticipate the State?. pur language'may appear worked up about UM, Cape Canaveral minimum of$30,000 has been collectedand ''
that duringthe, coming "months of too strong when .we, convey railroad and breakwttlrVprojeeL which deposited In such, banks as the'di :A ,t S1t} >EOIAT: TY '" :
the Idea'that influence dominates came up for Indorsement during the rectors shall designate. If said minimum 'Consignments pf ill llnds" Friits, Yetabes"and!
} ProdaceSgllclted
February, March and April, the railway meeting at; Ocala on*October sat The Is not April 1st, A. D. 18C2, 'a .* : .: ft""L""
time when tbelh, may be expect. and'tyranizes over the people people and the shipping IDtereJts.lilt thesft all subscriptions, except ten per rent, """ ",:ADVANCES,MADK, PROMPT'JuttlRNS0': : : .\kAJ''K-., ,..; f"
Indian of fair'Florida; but ,who, can point should rest easy, The convention; referred to above, shall be returned tosubscribers. References:' National Bank of ttie Stat"of Florida; W. IL Sharpe, Sharpe T. V.. h
ed, Riverwill' witness' a disprove the assertion? The several at Ocala on November 19th baa"cdnie. Official subscriptions by Ire'EdenYeJl'A Sons, Plant; City, eUv JZjun. '
boom that will surprise even those systems which at this moment thing far more-important than rallrpad counties shall be regarded. as cash In estimating -, -

who have always' held, apparently, have combined to, blast that road project problem to of consider.the profitable It has mining-and to solve the EEC.: 6. this The minimum.State board of directors. THE TRd: i: ALTRUNKLINE: .1'

exaggerated Idea. in,regard to, our I which'has refused to obey Its behests marketing of the phospoate deposit' If chaU have full power to do any and all, .
,advancement. control the transportation the Canaveral scheme ha any merit it things pVrtalnlng to a State exhibit at' Jacksonville, Tampa $ Key West System,. '
business of the State. This no one will attract capital easily enough' and Chicago dot herein before provided ,for. I

LXTTIRS of Inquiry are pouring in can deny. Without the F, C. & P. will be. An rushed indorsement through to"by completinearly. the ,Ocala According to -the of the Tr .'lean Jickson.lUd,tin J..T.*JL.wI.IIO: a.m, dally except Sunday UUS dally 1. t
provisions 40 p.m dally except Bundnr. Arrt.:30 L In.,13: ml,S UO .
from various parts of the country and the J., T. & K. W. system the phosphate convention can be of little, if above report as adopted, committee TnUnil.wT.jMkM>DTiU<,Tia EM'OoMtUi>ei, $0o LID.o daUyi p.m. 4 KM p.m- Bundar'oDIn
a. to tbe standing and status of people of South Florida would be any material aid to It. The'convention I appointed for the purpose reported, I:00 p.m Train.,daily loav except Bunda,north. Arrive II,:*o .m.ft:40p.iu. ;
TttuaTille bound 6:00: ,
the "Florida Pineapple Company," powerless to move their crops to will have enough on its hands wlthogt; which report was adopted, as follows: Trains arrive TJtuJTllle,south bound 6:-40 pjit,daily except except Sunday.Sunday. r
going outside legitimate path huntIng Directors: Fat Houston Leon; G. 8.
a concern which is advertising its market. With no Railway Com.
for work. The Canaveral plan must Hardee, Brevard; W,C. Chipley, Escam- Indian
stock for sale quite extensively mission to limit their exactions in ; River' Steamboat; Oo.
sink or swim pn its own bottom.-Time- bla; Geo. II. Marion; Geo. F.
throughought the Western States. future, who knows what toll or Union. Foote Orange; R. E. Rose, Osceola; J. landing STEAMERS; and at Leave Toop.m Tltn.vllle. Monday.Wednesdays at OjOO a. 111.. Daily and except., Sunday,for Vatboora and way ,
'Its principal place of ,business is burden they ,may decide, after The above paragraph is true in H. Durkee, Duval; D. :E. Maxwell, Nassau Steamer Going North leave Melbourne l at 1-00 p.W'rIday m. dally.making.."'eiMMctlom!' tnrjoptter.Titui Villa. j
Ohio and it claims to ; W. H. Milton Jackson; G. P. Healy Lean Jupiter S OO p.m.,Tnecdari. y stations and Saturdays,making coo flUou(or Tttnuvllle.
Dayton, own meeting together and forming a substance, but it misrepresents s ".
Volosia; 8. A. Jones, Dlll borough; For schedules showing time at not named above,and touts,n>H..,etc* apply to local \
of land Indian is agent,or General Offices,Jacksonville,Fla. '
eighty-five acres on combine to impose upon our people facts in the case. It true, the B. R.. Swoope, Orange; Daniel Campbell, ,_
River The description of 'the ? phosphate convention will hav.e Walton. After passing many resolutions, B. B. CABLE. General Manager. O. D. ACXJCRLV Geek Faa Agi. ::, :

land given in the advertisement is The Georgia Southern and Florida I "plenty of work to do in solvingthe the contention adjourned. W.CRAWFORD, BnpL Eat Cost line.. 8k.AiffuUa ::

identical with the tract of land resorted has announced itr independ problem of the profitable mIn. "I

as having been sold at An. ence. Shall its laudable course be ing and marketing of phosphate," ,
kona, a few weeks ago, in the columns impeded and obstructed, and shallit and should not go out of its legitimate "MAGNOLIARESTAURANT" Pine & Cypress Lumber JUST RECEIVED, .,

of the Star, for 122,000. To be finally forced to acknowledgeits path, hunting for work, or to
inquirers and seekers after Infor. inability to contend against the aid'a railroad scheme. KINDS 'I" I
oration, we would say that the odds with which it is confronted? Whoever will read the address of AT

land which we understand the company I It remains for the people of Florida Mr. Harrison, which was read at Has been re-opened for the winter. Shingles, Lath, Orange Pineapple .

has purchased, or agreed to I to decide this question. The ,only the last phosphate convention, and '
purchase is excellent pineappleland 'alliance the boycotted road can which was published in full in the Patronage Solicited. & Vegetable Packages; F. C. Allen'sGEORGIANA

and a part of it is set out inpineapple. form which would be sufficiently T nu,. Union, will fail to find any -

.. As to the details con. powerful to conquer the powerful request or suggestion urging that : It; will ply parties who contemplate
nected with the organization of combine which has determined to convention to push any railroad building to call on, or address us. Mill FLA. 1

the company, we know nothing.IT crush it out of existence, would be scheme, or go outside their legitimate W J. TUCKER, Pro 'r., at Orders DeLeon promptly Springs.filled. "

with the and the .
press people of path. '
'is quite apparent from indications Florida. General Manager Lane, The legislature of Florida, over Titusville, Florida.II'L.R.DEOKRR Chandler & Landers, 200 DOZe :' :
cropping up here and there, of the boycotted road, in his appeal two years ago, unanimously memorialized ,
throughout the county, that the to the press, makes the ac. : Congress to make an appropriation /, L. Caper, Agent, Tropic, Fla.MaugSmo

prohibition element is organizing, knowledgement that he is well to build a breakwaterat JELLY '
and marshalling It. forces for another aware without the support of the Canaveral. All the phosphatemen CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER GLASSES;;

attempt to put the XIX th press and the people, the present were asked to do by Mr. Harrlson THE ,:

article of the constitution Into ef struggle can only end in failure for was to pass a.resolution\ urg* Having had 40 years' experience In all EQUITABLE ...'.'b,..- .,.'.

fect. This statement is not madeon his road. ing Congress to take Action oz,the branches of the building business, will 60 DOZ. '
the authority of any one prom. It remains to be seen whether memorial of the'Florida legislature attend to anything in his line of work "

inently Identified with the class referred the press of the State will have the of 1889. Figures were presented with promptness. ASSURANCESOCIETY MASON'S : '

to. We simply make the independence to say aught that to show' that the 'phosphate mea RZADQUARTZRS: ,'," :. .' ." ,
prediction as we view the signs of will be unpleasant to the "powers could save two dollars per ton, if TTTUSVILLE FLORIDA. 50 .
the times. The present local option that be"In railroad circles. We are an outlet was secured via Canaver. :._: Of the United States. : ;

system Is the best that couldbe satisfied that here and there will be al. These figures cannot be con; UTOBXKCXS: : IMPROVEDJARS I
Th Zcuyeit j'at
Ind.tao'Jlber Sq lAft Atnir.
devised for Brevard county. It found an editor who will be outspoken tradicted. Is it not _a legitimate' Bank A Bobbins Graham. ,: oi :'

confines the sale of liquor to TI. in sympathy 'and defencefor part of the work of the 'phosphate UocUaopd one Co.'in M World. .
tusvllle, while under prohibition it the boycotted road, but we fear convention to save two dollars per .

would be the same old story, and many a man who has received a I ton on transportation. charges if W H. 6LEASOH & CO, Ha American Ctsulty Insinna ud "

other towns would develop "apeak free pass, or a little printing, or they can? ,Would not that sum LAND CASES. ;
easies." Liquor would be sold other alight favor, while he may alone furnish money to pay good ATTORNEYS- Security Co., Send In Jonrers at once. ? ::

anyway, and more of them than at know In his heart on which side dividends Are not the,high rates TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAUINED 1 d. 1J1

license&. Instead of paying a high sits justice will preserve silence, of transportation one of the greatest AND PERFECTED. Writes the Best Accident Policies No iTrTvgvuLs
the would and stifle his conscience the T Initiation Fee.. No Annual Dues. No Election Announcement = ;.
\ same money go with false dU1eultle.jrltb. which phosV st,: Assessment' _" '!:
to day fines and lawyers fees. reasoning, on the ground that it Is phate men have to 'contend?.". {f ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND RE:* '

Lawlessness would Increase and "not his fight." However: each in. not the transportation ,of'their'pfo-x: :- SURVEYS OBTAINED. Sept. S4, 1891. '. .,4 i. :\

the curtain which would be drawn dividual who happens to control a duct .Europe a p.ilQf .the. marketlng .; "Defective 4 Homestead and Pre-Emptlon F. .. '':upperd, I HENRY B. ARCHIBALD, beg to .;..>'1" [., .,
around the illicit bar would serve newspaper may view the situation, of phosphate?' Aqd the Eatriea Corrected and Perfected. announce myself a Candidate for r I

as a screen and cover to profligate the ADVOCATE: can only see ,the very question whlch the.'"gyetitand :,:QaIt .Wjustod before the Depart- MANAGER, ORLANDO, FLA.AgenU the office of Town Clerk of TitusviHe.. "' \-. band
gambling and worse vices. We question In one way. It is the fight good" itself says should absorb th$ en'a'\V U elected will devote my best .... '_ I '',
think solicited.GALL1E for TtftutrfZb; ffowM rIM to the discharge, of the datte of the .s r
our prohibitionist friends of the people; and wherever their attention of the phosphate men at ,Correspondence.. position. r .

lad better let well enough alone. Interest are at stake U Is always their next convention :v'r', i ? : ::'... r.L'AU FLA. fit,". 7 HKCBT B. A"Trri"TTVT '.-p, 1 -r 1 l
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1'r asso ""Vor'th. CROC KER y' AND FINE : : CHINA, And as Large a Line to be found .in thts te.SASE. .


t : ; ODOOI3S: ZBLIZNTIDS: .,.OE3. : i : .] WARE, FinTTS: : .: A.ND OIt..s: : :' ,;, '.
Low Ifofot for Summer Guests. '
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,'J. McDONEL 0" "
." partfcfpi cnmtfiM by pat a'' lng.taare1ing FOR : '
Sm Proprietor. dental office. D. INDIAN RIVER LUMBER CO. :

.' -( '. and }[...R Johnstone; :oftndiswola Wines The Pioneer Dealer in ,

Sate->>errttt'a Island Land. Indian River Fbv, Just arrived Spirits& .

from Scotland and on their way to GENERAL MERCHANDISE Incorporated Feb. 28 891.;
-, orty-fi ve acres, fronting Indian and tteJehnstone's Merritt's Island home .
ana rivers, In 6, 10 or 20 acre lots. are at the Duval.-Tlmes-Unlou., HANSON' Manager. ', : '
Eau Galiie. \ ,
roved er anilmproved. "These lands Beers '
.as weB adapted to ttoe culture of *
kespplea bananas lemons CJiamberlaln's Eye and Skin I keep In Stock' k>. Choice variety of TITUSVILLE. FLA. : 1.<
ortnges. Ointment. .
ell, guavM and early vegetables as any OIGKAJRS ETC.OF ',GROCERIES, HARDWARE I!'
A certain for ChronloSore
_ cure Eyw
d I in Brerord county. For particulars 1&
ply or address, with s<3f addressed ea- Tttter, Salt Eheoai, Scald Head Old THE FINEST QUALITY ; "., '.

( ape J. BOOTH, Chronlo Sores Fever Sores Eczema, 00 TO And. will Sell .as Low as the Lowest. HARRISON BROTHERS' MtXKp'TAINTS' unequalled for beauty and lasting. \ tl

SBrantley, Fla. Itt h, Prairie Scratches, Sore Hippies .Call and. .examine. qty Stock 18 qualities Color Cards and prices on application. .w; -''' Ill'
sad Piles. It Is cooling aad soothing.Bandreds Losley & Rcnakcr. Aawncy for th* MAna*..>( the best Wind Kngrn mad. \ ',, '- 0

i Aurantia.j of cases bave been cured by Families Supplied.Proclamation.. HODGES & GODFREY .

i1 j It after all other treatment had failed. GEORGE r. DUUEN. ARTHUR T. FEASTER .. ; a' ,

_fYor It Is put up la 28 and 60 cant boxes.: Manufacturers off '
.orre( t an sMr'ly date, Mr. :J... W. Huntlngtwn, :c-o-eEN':: : S'J'E:
Wanted in Florida
ho present in Connecticut, (oaeniplatos Carpenters 1II.TOTIC'E 19 HEREBY GIVEN, That the an- Yellow Pine Lumber ** \

returning ti Us home in Tsmi- ," AN l j noel! election of the ollloen of the town e THE OLD, RELIABLE!: ;'.. : 1-:. '

all Qunmock. To examine the Gage Self-Setting '" 'TIttl.YlUton Titus tlle,tb.18t.b will h* held
;'Asisjxpress office Is moon to be MtA'btIbM'be i, Iplane.-; { saves It time works, money better and easier hard and qulcker work.- the sane.Ilt'lnjtlie Clerk and fourth Treasurer Monday one,to electwneMyewon. Marshal Orang B...Hnule Fralt,.* Vegetable Cole.. MEAT MARKET:.;

the ab ace of which bas1: and twine tor,and one Assessor of Tarts Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River t
_jest reLIy' missed. The establishing, Can be set In five ''II8Oolld. Changed UM foregoing nfflner to bold.fflc* for the term on thronrh bill nf lading. Anyone contemplating We have also selected carefully large stock of F

_t[ aafea here will to hailed wilt oile-r from double t* single iron In two second ..t one and three AliMrmen to hold office bul| + *. If your Jcalcr don't keep It, send write fnr prll1e.. TIle Hawmlll\Is situated on the ;. f
ghtHjy, all AnrantUftea. I their uooewora In 'eases are elected andqnaimmL ,J..T.A K- W.a,.,>miles south of Ialatka.Acentst .
to 8. B. Hub&iIlrlUt'Co..oof Jacksonville And In
; carry season a variety of .
'Mtmnd Mrs. Orris. Carter mjrJh 'to''''F1a. It Is easier to get them from them, By illrvctlon of tile Town Council the 11"011- Bralnenlv: ('coos. L Sailing: Eau Oa111e,B1t5en5

e regret of thotr .s.any friends here, and there wiB "be leas 'freight to pay, tlon panning stack nllnano will tie IUDntltted 7 mo.pd Fresh I'ar 1s db VeKetab1esxxxx ,.. r
i* the people. and notice U hereby< on the 9th Last.wth to Orwrjj Park, than to send ..Yln tRnl. We will glaiI.T Mid question haH Va ileolded said eleo- snevemo CREAMEUVBUTTER, on foe, a specialty \; 1

Ia. They carried> them UM bee give any Information 'wanted uaee tlon. JUI thoM In fenwr ""f prohibiting mule* #
she* of the cora onlty.Mr. Tool Co., Vtonland, Tf.J. r and hnrm mnnlntr at large will vote "FOR ,A full\ line of best'brand. of CANNED .GOODS.., J
STOCK ORDINANCE." All thoM In favor ofallowlnc ORLANDO NURSERY *Orden delivered at private residences, and at the steamboat\) l landings and railway: rdepot
.. Carter, brother of our IMqerWlt- boners and melee tn mn at I will ... '. ,'
Town Meat department Sundays from 0 to 8 o'clock ; :
Ordinance rote :a.OAlSIITTOOK ORDINANCEJvT.; opens on
is winter '11
planting vegetables a sag
; Sander, Howell Titus, Henry are hereby JAS. MOTT '
gep prop'r I
ale. Mr. C. never does things fyj '
"' appointed Jadge *f said election and O. A. -
halves, and Intend :.4 garden to eolrpse! .An Ordinance defining Vagrancy, s nd. Uardner clerk thereof. roll. to be open from OKLAJfDO rofoselonal '

hose of his nelghfcars. We wish 'him providing a PrnaUy thefor: aeren'01..*...m. to OT* p en. ., .. ,. FLA. Cards. I' J. M. Sanders .. r
under my hand and seal this, the 14th
IT nXZHtnreUbvth!: Town Count so f .
Mil luck and wikl like to .
w< smmple a BK day of September,A-D. lam, -:-
TlUmJlHe ...
ale Ttnrawf That all rogvesandTapalienits OSOBOB .
w "UOD. was about begging, wb -onejumllnRnrmUawful T7Bt Mayor.Master's :. GRAHAM t '
fit persons .
Lemon Tree nODDINS"
games or play, cosaroonpllrs ., DRY GOODS
:The Turnbull *nd' Aurantia. .xJksol or adiUnrs ntubaorn. children, mnaways, Sale.ITpIDKR prape Fruit Trees, NOTIONS.:

petted on the Utilnst, with a fair es tdance. common dmnkards, common night walkers ; Cathy Guavas.Tahiti ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, \

Mrs. tE. Jay Qui_"" Is 'In- In pilferer speech*,lewd..r,kehaMor'wanUm ,and common lasclTloui rallen persons.n dnoglect JJ Oecree AND of foracloiure BY VIRTUE and tale: 'OT, lusulng A FINAL out 'Umo&j."LeConte: : 'and KclferPearsi'cach' TITUSTILUC, Brevard Co., Florida. CROCKERY ._

led .as teacher. Mrs. Q. has met brawlers,fwrtons who their caUkqg or: of and nmler he neal of the Circuit Court of and Persimmon SADDLERY
itli much success teaching ana we emplnyn t. mU-cpenU what they eaa earn, theSerenth JndkrtaliCircultof Florida, In and' Trees, P.O.IJox,9M. : _
iut; the pupils tuader her charge sari R and do wit !reside for themnelve or Cor the forNnnrdoousty. Chancery pining In seer. Niagara;:Grape Pines, Will praetlo In all the counties the Seven '" STATIONERY as. ; _
sapponddhetrfamUkandallotheridteandlsorderbper d lain case wherein Mary M. Wilbur by Walter B. """- CIl'mltt.nd In the Supreme Court. Special| fa- FAMILY MEDICINESVGARDEN _
ow rapid progress during the teem.Qthoogh one'Iscb 4Ingtberela thwe peront Graham her neat friend, and -Sidney Wilbur, cllltle for, Kxamlnlng and 1'erfentlng Land ,
- town1..t t who MRleot! all lawful business, and habit her husband are omplalnanta, and James T.: W* Lea4 In G oral Lin of NnraeryMock. Title. (VnTssnondeno* solicited from Claimants SEEDS;. y. _
> } our tittle aiJverMS nally mlmpend thetr time t> trannentlnglioiue I
j Bander
u trustee and Jam**T. Sanders and 1 TsagCmoAltree's ad Stain to Spanish Uranta. CJlOICE'GIlOCERIES
like our sister towns down ribs irlv- .of IM f--. gaming...._ or ant pUng tbopi, Tclltha Backett u< xe strides ball be ecnolderea-nefranU, mj njioneonvUtlm.'be ,Telltha Sacktt'fflen Btrohm and Robert A..j j'Hardee Money to Loan. 1 HAY, CORN MAPEb' FERTILIZERS
V ore are making -great toward line'" loinum not exoee.liiur Altj are decree General ,
.n zatiOD. Aorantla Is spleeAid. lo- dollarsaa ft be ImnrlMimd not exeeedlnc thirty Hate of July defea4Antliaalcl: : on the being Ant under Mon- Supply Storeis | FINE PATENT FLOUR. .<
L. .
led, and everylraducement is -offeredthe hard Ulxir,..r"y both fine ant1lml'rl.-. say In Morembac, the same being a legal sale .' OAt/WK., J. T. 8AJfDK", .
t. ( honest settler and bootesscker. onment, thedlcretion of the Ma'Ol'o AllordlnanoMwrpartaSfvrdlnanoMlDoonlUct -, A.yand the aennd day of flee month A.' n. th. pnvo*to Bell What You Don't Want and Notary. Attorney for Board Count/ Ooooci, Florida.
with 18tn. letwesath.le andlnfront Jln.Wh.t Yon Do.HARDWARE I '
; sllaanntWe
& CoI..In.GAULDEN' :
r edltor musttrtt regard oar Items as tbl.ordlaanOeM-a the tame an re; .tabs '
hereby court hones door In u..hle. .
Florida, Faints, Oils '
ngs. Who_Dr heard of a neirspa- 'inlieanoe sell. the following described to watt 4 SANDERS ;r :'" :
property vv
_ meats,BuUden' )( Musical : .
twWMbtfali 8th day of OeU,*e L : All of the aouth-wet of tectlim Material In.tram.ntl.J'URNITUIUC ( \R.oaers. 1-
'anytUng. but B. H. SL T, A.1'"........ I township twenty-two, rack of [ one app OM New PROCESS VAPOBBTOVZ .
lobstantlirrespondenttsUtlng ialfactsT Cb..cJounoll.: B. B. rang thlny.tseast I DEALER-JN,.CLOTIUNO .
Wiuo ..
Mayor. ,xeeptlag h* north quarter of the north whlekVlS death to'all ,.
oaken.It .
attest :{." ,1'Rena.., Town CJerL. PSJStetlce. ; half of said south twenty acrR and 1* known a* the propertyC hrnlshlagGoods, Shoes lists; '
Jfi The following1 letter is of the I Will In all the ; ,
one maInyfavorable no Th balawo*ofsald soonavuarter practlo* Court of ihs BUM ,

repeats we are getting!from ... ,i talus one hundred les the and exception forty aces mentioned, or so roudk con! ,li.fe of riorids, and the United States Carts.o > "Caps,; Umbrellas, Trunks, talbsk ;'

purchasers.of. t .>ser ter: j thereof a* shall b*' sufficient ." -
to satisfy aw FJNJ'COAn8.Etc.!:
Joi.11.Timgtfggpa i ... P. fox '
i ,138. ; no.
NABBOW*, BJULJR. amount of said decree and ors All of paid TtTSVIIi4 ,.
)VB ; land I* situated In the .. The pnly house In "';
settlement town
: R. RAITSOV, MPluwl4.aadmlo.' 1'[ as making R spec"' ,
Relell .
'. :Dear sirs I v" Heath, on Banana neck, In finned county, Money toLoa _.. .. ; ,II,,' alty o : am pleased to a\ay the I.uakl.r': t *'eC&tt1' of v ('' '_ / FkwI.... A considerable portion of the above) >) |< : .
Aecmotor which.I.1x>ugbt of yo* is sat James IL rowtet.nacesMd. In the t7 reset deecribedaDd\ I* hammock Terms of..cob, '. ) Drop Id and! examine hly.toek&ia4'
and Barak V wlc.wfdnw I Court of the 7th Je- cash. \. 'OWELL'TITVS. '' T G
isfactory every respect.. I be eve It nt Mid >x>*adadl..wi* dlolal)droait-.of "' J.F.Trmicia. 'R' .. .... tir' compare prices' ,Cash onstomerscom, : A r' ;
1 will pump enough water provtd>it has Frederick Faille, i4001'Jte I Florida, in and for apeolal Maatec. -I rnand'.,ery consideration.I competitor! ;1 t .,
the+opplv, to Irrigate from three 4o five W.Yowlee.3ose.hH.Fow; ,| .- Brevs rd oaney, e ATTORNBT.AT.LAW; ; claim to oonfer, I
All the fitted first and ler and Bdmnnd d!. Vowlar,1 Clan -. Sato. Q9b : : v- r?: : ;:..: g I
acres. parts heirs of Call when .
James R '
help being scarce here, I did It all Alone. demised and a< ). ''L Fowler OaoJ- I'oenr. clalolraulu Will practice In sU the course oft.hI., Tth. ludt. *, south of AnVooAik convenient,.,. First, Cl09t,':; ,
:The-platform on tower is 21 feet thigh, den OnartHan it.m ofsaid In the Circuit Court the Judicial b :? offlca; ,, '
L Joseph au4 'SdJDond of Fifth ,. Notary. In Offlc! ,, I a e
andQC have tUew of the
a good ocean. Fowler. Circuit of 'M United State : .
,-, Yours etc., been IDa by the agent' of DMrict of Florida. In Chancery, Northern. TrrUBVILLX, '. FLA.. DIXON :! : l
e HARRY W. WmKB. the Complainant/Geo. )I.Bobbins, that, In Sits : & GRAY'l
belief,the defendants. Joseph H. FowUr sad Frederick
Edmond P.Bowtm.,ar*non-esldant*of the Stateof T.TajlorVS.. DR., B. L.. WILtS barn III .
We Florida, bal recnle within the United States, Stephen Ryder Thomas
want"every soother to know that Drags Chemicals '
and that the II&Id.Qetondantl are under the age Frank Bell, Edwin Dunn, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Perfumery, Toilet
croup can prevented. True croup of SI years Thomas Hoed John O. .
never appears without warning. The It is thereto -ordered that the said defendants Rogers, Minor fl. Jones, A graduate of the University of'Termsvlvanla. Irtlcles Pine Soaps Stitloawy :
,. .
Edmund p iFowler and James H. I ,, ., .
Fowler ..
first Is hoariness then Ruben II.Jones and | and an eZDerience of twenty "
-siymptom the DanJCOTICK -
; be and they an hereby required through their ...__ ...__ OF JEWELRY I
.' child -appears to have taken cold -or a Guardian ad Utein appointed herein, to answer Thrasher,"Julius A. Hay- M rm: B.U.E Hear what thi peopl. My about this itov IMr. years In practice, offers his services to ,J''r.'r. '

cold May have accompanied the hoarseness or demur to complainant's bill of complaint be.ton den.Jr.John P. MaOorrn .Alta'Dear the citizens of Titusville and vicinity( SPECTACLES AsEWING .. ijI" .. .
tbe Sad day 0f November, A.D 1801. GI'oomplalnanrl Sir-W*cheerfully testify '
4 from the start. After that peculiar bra-will be taken aa confessed. William Oliver Starkweather B. hitch Aaron ChI admirable qualities of the New Process orriCK!: OTKB i. w. BOOXM: (JO. MACmNB3.,, t4s f. .
rough cough Is developed,' Which It U further ordered that publication of this Adams,John J. Howe, I r Gasoline BM 4 W* harp had one over Six Gone, Pistols, Sewing .Machines and \
is followed by the 'The time order h* made" the Kara COAST ADVOOATB, Charles months, and cannot point to a eta Machinery I
n .eroup. '. RUE P ELY Repaired. itches.
Lrlmg.oar. Clocks
'. published atTituatille,Brerard Lee and KathanPerry.. R.O.till M. A. L I
; to act Is when the 4hlld first beeemes ono s week for few consecutive weeks.norida Under and by virtue of oat deere TltusflU,May', 18W.t and Jewelry a Specialty, : ,' 1' ." n
hoarse; a few doses of Chamberlain's Won and ordered at the Clerk's closure and *al. made) and a rendered of 10.*- find a pith JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 17m DIST School Books and ''
will the .+--. Offia. at Titusville, Brevard In o|>en saving of gasoline In the New School' Snpplfee.., '
Cough Remedy prevent attack. |Clerk's I Ceunty.) Florida,this lath of court by the Hon.Chula Bwayne, judge of the Process ever the*ld. It keeps m*In a perpetual Notary Public for the But st Large. Subscriptions taken at publisher's
: Even after a rough cough has appeared, I Beal. } Septemler. day said court en the Srd day of June, a ass state of wonder. and for price
A. 0. 111II1. sa1J dllght.Mrs. Contractor sad Builder of Newspapers Books
In the over M
the disease be inn depending In chancery where Sidney Wilbur, years' .spe- Magatlnes, eta.
.' may prevented by owing -- A.A.BTSWABTCUrk. in ri.nue. Natural rinlsh .
Frederick F. s Bpeclalty.MKLIIOURMR
Taylor I Tltusrllls
RuBBi-n A complainant and Ste May 'th, 18111/ Prescription '
this remedy AS directed. For sale by Onuiiu : phen Ryder and other* are defendmau, and to : TLA.Jno carefully compounded at
.' 'OnGray, 84t Bolicilon-Complainant.. TNt me directed a*special mastr'{I shall selL" to the I am delighted with the New rrootss Vapor any time, day or nightPatent -
.. highest and best Udder for cash s Monday, BtOT. It Is mots; than I wd.TrtavUl. : :\
;"\ :' _.' the ted day of November 1891, (that being UM Mre- Sw 't'
; dOW to Reform A Drunkard. Netlce.Guardian's legal sale day of said month), between the .f I},May 6h,111II1. 13t McAllister 17r'l ig>S{ '. i
.% of II ......and t pjnIn front of the court t < '"
door in the city of Jacksonville, In UM said ;

I have"here Sale. tries Alt the following described property ...-"U"'I QUEEN PINEAPPLE PLANTS k Contractor :, 't
a very good thing whICh and singular those certain parcels f forArtesian Medicines.: q ,
f 'will Interest. your read> _, which I write UNDER and by virtue of an order issued by tract of land situated. ITU* and beta lit '
louows: Minor Jones,County Judge of onnty of Brerard and Stator"of Florid:and de 7 I.'I .
Las Brerard lOUD" .Florida,made on the 6th scribed follows, vis I A portion of lot three. A Wells Elegant Perfumery ud 'Toll ;
Let me tell a drunkard1 wife how toke day of October A.It.MU,upon the petition of (I)of section three tat(: and a the north few'more Queen l *; bUoIt .'." .
a tea tow her husband. Take Alfred J. laic and ftuberi B. Klnlg: by their east quarter of the southeast quarter of section Pineapple 1 11 r' .JI ..... .
awe guardian, Alfred Badtb,for the sale of for(")all In Plants for t
certain township twenty-are(X)) couth of Kept constantly hand ., t
abounds of bayberry bark, one pound of i igingerroot real Mtate belonging.e aid minor, I, the said rang thlrty-aU(M) east, according to United sale at 2 __ % Eau OalllerFla.William on at I 1..J\i t:.
and two ounces each of; guardian will isTiton ll. 00 front of State surrey, and being commonly known a* .$ per dozen. '
[,cloves and Cayenne pepper. Pulverize the Court-houM door. Monday, Ute Ryder Land In Ruckled**, upon a portion of A good 'time to JT. B. Sere h.'s If. \
of which Is si
November, .A. monh the same tuat* t Tropical buts)and several :
i aX finely and mix them _lL Now put Monday In the and a feral other buildings and Improvement*, and la more for byte : Fu.toh, .. ,
,L.ot -half teaspsonfal of this powder and] MIl day' .between the legal noun of sale to UM particularly described a* follow* to-wili Tb nextseason .
r a :teaspoonful of sugar Into a cup and Ugbemi and beet bUac.'- a hUM tUowt.acdeoocnbed ;; .' tended northeast comer of UM parcel of land hereby in thousand. Write for Drayman. DRUG STOKE. ,"
to be
f half full of tolling water. Let (I.) Beginning property at a point oath*south Un of I the weet bank conveyed of Indian Is River located tn at hundred a point and oa i : hauling done at reasonable rates. At. i t-

itatand a few-Moments an4 flU the cupwith the n.w. K of the n.w. V of section S, town thirty' (ft**)feet south of th*qnaite section Un prices.T.E.RICHARDS. tends all departing, and meets all arriv Also the latest Newspaper., Period! .
milk; hot water win do If milk ship S2,.sooth of rancS. US Ices west of produced dividing lot two O from lot this (J) ing trains. cals,.etc. '
the s.* comer of. the n.w. V, which of aald section tbre (t)which
Fcannot be obUtaed. Fart of this Is tobe hides Is W feet south ante fret west ?the s.w section Un* dividing UM southeast laa1eotheqaarter quarts of Order left with G. B. Rumph or at .. r '!>

i taken immediately on adslng In theornieg euraer. oflotesdRobWa.t/Jtaham'.addfio. UM aorthwttquart.9 from UM northeast onar. Eden Fla. 'ADTOCATX office will receive prompt' .-!-',, a.
a en* town of TltusriU; Auto nn north ter( r of said .
and the rest Jut before meal suUo War attention.IVTATTTT. W.N.HENDRYDealer .; '
atom the ante of Canannral suet, a* laid oat (q),thane from such point an India lava, ; !-
me. Those wh hay.been-accostomed tawMsjh said addition a distance of Z3S: feet west acros* said lot three (S) and across said go Ml / .
> the excessive IMA of ardenUpirita will men or lea to s pointttfetalof the*.*. mochas quarter of the southeast quarter to > k.
earner of lot U of BobUn the Un. .A.N'S .la : !
*Oraham's addi. dividing the said northeast ;
I that a warm, healthy 1'1Ipreada quarter of ,
Uca; tbeaoe run ws sn f*M. lea the aoaUMaat front GleHt4r'
nor or ,to quarter UM northwest NEWSPAPER .
111 the stomach over the whe'e J system the a.av earner of lot M of said addition Uine tar of UM southeast quarter of aald section quar lout t
ompasf ed by a desire for toed Instead ran ewiUi Cat feet saon or Is**, to the south ((4>| UMne south along said dividing line to UMj Tt SUBSCRIPTION General Merchandise
{ liquor. Take this two or three times Hn*of the n. w. K of the n.w. K W said wetloa e.wlhwstseen.of the ....... frowdy owned AGENCY
I: thanes run east at6lest, saw er lice to th by A.I.and L r. Hatch ta sold I ,
a day or even oftener, at first, If the ao**< l>*(innlnf.oontalalag sheet two sera, -.along Ute &anal boundary line of said. .... UMdU AN N The Pioneer Aaenoy. DRY GOODS
.. r-
craving for strong dunk Is Intense usIng stfrrln.ft to Indian R.lrer( > uaw Nt terms i I" '
For and
It less often .as possible. ) aVfinnlni the a.*. fioraar ef lot M of w Iou bandied and*i as soon BoU4a* A addition. set ran south the Un dividing said tut tan NOTIONS 'of' / 'v "
Wahfa.'ses's U) lot four .JyN/ C. JL NAUUAN
With this help a drunkard may reform if US fast,snor shout the preat of land M) U said section,CUM("),sad the UM dividing :
he really cares to do so.-?. W. Hopkins abov*derlbd to th Ua*of the n.w. V UM said northaast aarwr W UM wnUMasi Brevard eoanty 71*. A'1'A owrnwwwwi'. .
the --- --- .- ..
In the Farmer's n w.U of aald asctlon: ran wtaloof said quarto from the aoaUMast quarter vf UM aontav -

t. Voice- Chicago.A fs Un..t.aMi a diataao.ora.of...Us to the test..;w rene*ran 1 north tit_m fit J earns. quarter..._.-.Id"of said section..Y._..four.. --'(4)_.);)_....._._.. Choice Groceries .

Word of Caution. BouUn A Orahaai'addltto)[ thnnc*rnn sass Priill a.. e c -a-.r-: =>.=: ,
along the south line of lot M and SSef aaidatf. -of...., ees.nteg ate.........from. the .
diUun a dlanno of US the plea of beginning .......UIa&.&rip.........01 JM4 _Fe'" II, nTiI..4j aims, ?7 ,
Adrocete .
aft : -.UM forWoIng(w of lead h*. W$&iphe. 11, h1. this wu. JlLA.:1
'" The last sfessloa of the Florida State tag UM pt.nrty 3 Alfrad jftUnlg. s t C. May Ipyy dal a..n.. dar. 01 App : : .
at W.. .. *Xa,A.D. IsJaad
O- g rarf the r.oordsd !.tile '
an passed an act requiring K /the.w.U ill the..w.U*f ssati.,.3.Ei.. .f Bovard.t7 afor .aid in Book proper K of*ome oad.*. C. J. HECTOR n ; r .
wyers and dentists to pay a smart tti pMs Ulol rang.-1.......ran*iwUialong sa page.. Also all of th*northeast marts ot I .
i fee for the privilege of practicing the*..u.e lithe ae Ell t-. man or lee, to the s.nth**.. ....... of asctiosi Ion ') Iowa a"towrrr -L '
*.w.corner of the land of Baton B.ffeg shin aad nap a/unaaU. jt Dealer General < :,
I .
This win hare the ef- (tIII) ear
professions. tineS east along UM eontn line of Bobert B: aervs, ISM,es.M6io-Ia. ra" .
Feet to keep out Interlopers In dentistry, dirtane at..feet,to UM....eoner[ ataw*samyy.r aJIe4 W :a< least, for dentists coming heN from lot Jet&obWaIa 0.....>. aAlltlont theses Den >*upon ski....... described pe-.... a ij! f" l'JleJboa.nae.
t states cannot settle down to bust n\A o*> a vend Un*. parUW toUMtaUnm4 *a< *.prior Ce the -......epa.*....the. w Y 1 FIw ''of"7 y4
decrM ,
leatd and
wa ,
taack now beiag eoneuneud by the sundered In this caos. which ssnii 1aa
..? for a week or a month without' J, T. K. WTEaliway c... wnien Inek ahaU sap bean the ....*r February mk. |a T. wa*
lying this license fee and going before lee emrr*.with a radio*of*M f.M to UM northUn (irMbyatMCMltrdOT as.. MlUBrdr, ai. ..heeeWpgrr.1IabShifer IT
and *W*ai4 Kooert.Kinlg land} thanes west .bt. to FvadWlck'.Taylor t* .new the .*,. rANdl1L 1dl ci ibng "
Board of Examiners there
State Hats
to .taaaC-UIe lat neaerlfc...< I ssoal W TM Thonasstd Dollar*and Inkiest,eat : Shoes Dr) Good33ost
passing a rigid examination In theoretical e.leadaug UM property .f lUitort .. .a.rnrdsd on the ISU I ef --.. UM. In tho ,
and dentistry. oOe*01 1M Clark of thClroBltUnirt. in be Sosa.pea .
practical book '
>. Everybody should make & note of that Mia y ft Oetober,A.D.ISM.AunwSnrn.OuftUanferaValmtB.XUlg. arfcLv.CSanovVaaki. 16 will, .. ........ V \ I= : ArrheeL Splendid Good t-
W saad.
sb .
to the nearest tax eoi- sold. >* r rrteaesesw.1.a0 OILS P .
this and report sad AUmd J.JUnlf.rives. eeaj PAINTS HARDWARE LEAD
lector or located dentist, any violation J.W.STMMJ**)..pselal ....... '<
llamas Oaaaa.. rt.a au A Wpnrs,and aVownuM R'J. DRUG9 GROCERIES: GRAIN' ,.
A 0. .... ,
of this lay and be careful: not to becomei oUdtonforOnardUa. .H rMl Jolkflsnslurc.1..6 il! Of an kinds; sad U fact a hUl1Atot

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--'----------- ----- >ints within; ',a':.>sdtusro! 800 'mile's bf TRADE REVIEW. Extract From, cc Hunkett' .letter> :'

OUR SILVER QUEEN$65- GEORGIA BRIEFS. Atlanta on two days of each week: at i 1 J
$65 cent per mile. This will be on Tuesdays Outlook of Business as Reported In Sunday Constitution. .*

I. H. poeelble a ffst-cla.e Buggy with SlIver.plated above Dash Rail, ?Seat' Newsy Paragraphs! From ,Over Thursdays.; .On Wednesda/ each ;< by Dun & Co.Dun' Me and Brown went np to see the Cyclorama '..:

..., Rail, Handlas, Hub Bands, anti Shaft Tip. for ,price, > the State. week a rate all of 1} tents within per mile a radius will be of review of trade for 'week ended Missionary at Atlanta IUd ,o.last week-the battle of ;,>,

: ..!. M > rdnzr! I made miles from of points Atlanta. Tickets sold at October 8d, says Business failures oo I uter say tbat'ptctures and book ;,
.-eJ'Z; ; Governor Not-then baa appointed lion:; fifty cutting throughout ,the 'country duringthe '
z ,, :; !: the one.cent per mile rate will be good could not teach the young! generation _, I;
>Cd ;4 W r g i Dfi Y. A. Wright, of Butts, solicitor of the for five days. Commissioner Slaughter, week number, for the United States, what war 'was, but I- take -'back;. '',' t
: 'iZ IIIC county court i.f thatrounty". Mr.Wrfght fn whose'hand/the matter was placed, 201; Canada, 29; a total tf 230, against! every young person should see this ". :
-A a n was formerly a representative the ,: 244 lest week. The week brought the .
:F m Mid that be w.i conferring with other picture. You can see the gathered '. f ,
0: 00 > Oo legislature from Butte and ,U one of. the expected reaction in stock, with the passage of sweat the suffering' ,. i
0 associations north of the Ohio drops upon f i
Z jjIa.ILZ
0 Z Z passenger
moat of that Missouri *
prominent lawyers section.: of dividend by the Pacific '
wounded's the blisters .
npol'th. ,
< > ,0'f and west of the Mississippi river to arrange face :(
'f The nomination was sent to the senate I and troubles western roads
0 some among ;
and the mud
barefooted rebel's feet
< :! and a rate of one fare for the round trip. 'if
< confirmed.The
immediately but in the business of the cocntry no reaction
crush between their toes as they cross .
is made such J
'e III P 0 In case this arrangement up I
.. Z .0 III Ti chnologlcal school opened at tickets will be sold on one day In each I appears, nor are there signs ofd.couragemeDt. the wet places. This is to show you how : 0 i;
; : -0: .0.:. 0.I ... Atlanta" Wednesday. The campus was week, and will be good for Ultrti days. In very many cases the real the picture Is, of course you can seer '*,' 'i,
<0(0"0 Z o"' alive with boys and men. There were President Wylie, ot the Piedmont expoitlnn. farmers will realize for their wheat grown blood as it trickles and watch the writhe :is
0: > > > old students returning to serve out their this year more than tho entire cost of .
legs of
!'II ex tossed himself as being well pain ...
:;) < O .III"Z '" unt>spired term ana ,there i their farms. Unseasonably hot weather since 4 ,
were new plcitsed at the rite named. Others of the It has been a long time the-scene ';.
3 1Q1a.9 I orr students just entering. There were' director expressed themselves in the has for the time retarded some trades' at Missionary Ridge., but when me and
of Vehicle. fathers and mothers who but a change is Mlrondy noticed. It is
Writ for our New SO page Catalogue of all kind out came along wat. Brown stepped upon the platform and
lime .
AddressSOUTHERN to give "my boy"* a good seod-off on the fortunate for the\ country that the apprehension suddenly seed the picture it took ''my

BUGGY CO. road to learning and whisper in his ear a BOULANGER SUICIDES of financial difficulty this taU breath, and Brown yelled '
last bit of advice or parental admonition: has powerfully restrained the speculative "Lay down, mel sh I" as he jumped '

CINCINNATI. OHIO U. 3. A. The recent municipal election in' Elberton To Hide His Impecuniosity and tendency. Tobacco has risen. back and fell behind bench. .
shreeto in the Connect!
w as the most exciting one ever Drown His Sorrows. eight A gentlemen by the name of Ilubncr-'
held in the town. There was no regu. 'cut valley, and producers are realizing Major Charles W. -Hubner-stepped. up
General Boulanger, the French diplomat large profits. Sales of dry goods are :
larly announced issue between the candidates and took me by the arm, soothed and
who at one time played a most large in the aggregate, but in lightweights ?
but it was "generally understoodthat seated me, and then turned and ''trled'toget
role in the political affairs of
below last Cotton
important far year's.
ooo party was for a very strict enforcement Brown from behind the bench.
I France, suicided Tuesday the cemeteryat goods are a little less active but print
of the prohibition law, while "You can't fool, me I"! said Brown.
Ixelles, near Brussels. Following is cloths firm at 8 cent and of prints some
the other was in favor Of a liberal construction "I've been here before I Picture thunder
e6 t of the The the General's last message written the styles are an eighth; or quarter higher. he tuckedhis J
same. very dry'arty I Lay down, melishl" a ,
ctosi ; 11lfiaflflfl6if1f1161666@di day before his death. In it the causes not
Sales of wool at different markets are
tEIHiIIIXAE won by a very decided majority, head and lay closer! :to the ..bench.
t, tEitb;
which led to his : taking
8 cent below those of last thus
: However, one of the other party wat, per 'year. By this time the whole crowd bad
,I' #* GERMOi 1 elected in the council. The town will be' oft are explained: far.Boston I gathered and were laughing 'at 'Brown, I
LArr closer market
E88f poverne.1 by an excellent. representative Is repo'tt K money but it took some time to convince him. I
It !
HOWARD Sfs.'S9S This la my political testament. and trade, especially dry
i body of,men.Comptroller : satisfactory As we stood and let our eyes travel
fl6869 desire that it be published after At
ray my goods since the cooler weather came.
-&& Wright has sent out tax along the river, end up'and down' the
death. I shall kill myself tomorrow. I Philadelphia money is 'In fair demand, ,
statements to all the railroads tie has am convinced of the future of the partyof building is more active and improvement valleys, watched old Lookout and turning:
also inktrocted them to at followed the of mountains ,for
LARGEST pay up once. .which I have I cat- ranges
given my name. aeon in all lines of dry goods and cloth-
UNSURRAssIB 'UCING The fire will pay as follows: not bear the frightful misfortune which log there ia complaint in these miles upon miles into other States,. \
H though ,
Bust Tennessee $ Richmond and Brown took a long breath and said i ,
vI { befell me two;and a half months ago. I as in other branches of trade, of slow collection '
ToMErToDcH tWlW ANyFACTORSJND Danville, $20,873; Central, $39,185; Savannah have tried to get the ,better of it. but ,. At Baltimore the shoe trade "This is the place. .
Florida and Western $27,8371 As we became pacified and stood and .
; have not succeeded. I am persuaded exceed.. last At all ..
points reporting
y year's.
tJrINTHE! *? Georgia, $18,502; The taxes: run from had our memories refreshed by the,Major '.
+ a that my followers are so devoted and so at the south trade is Improving
I >4 [ WORLP these amounts down ,to $39, which is to numerous that'they will bear me ao anger at Savannah where the pointing ont first one place and than an- /
be paid by the Indian Springs and Flo- except great others and dwelling upon events of the I'Ttfl
disappearing oq accouni.of a strike the movement of cotton.In .
vilia railroad; The total amount to be so great that all work has become impossible suspends of several circular "ad battle, it seemed that we were living Over :.

: I'JAI(9 C9 paid by all the roods is $808,809.73; The to me. Let them ,,remember the vising spite the farmers to more hold :'their wheat again the 25th of Novimber" 1803 It .. .;'. t i
comptroller has also sent out was grand I" 4 .
statements maxim,: "uno avulso nnn deficit alter, the price had declined about 1 cent '
i e "TEEEE and Instruction> to all tax collectors., and may they continue then to act Corn has advanced 2 cents and oats H, We endorse! every word "Plunkett"" .* .
HAUTE NEWPOET. The trial of Wilson! Palmer'for murder against those who, in scorn of all laws, and while cotton is unchanged in price, says in regard to this wonderful attraction .'',:

commenced at Trenton last Monday; forced me to die far from my country. pork products have changed but a trifle, now on exhibition in: Atlanta. It .:
j j'I and at 8 o'clock Wednesday night the Tomorrow I shall be a dead man. Today and coffee and oil are a little lower. is the grandest attraction ever. seen ia '

'I case went to the jury. After being 'out I have done nothing to reproach myself There 'la more perplexity than usual regarding I the South_: F.
4jit4 all night the jury brought ia a verdict of with All my life I have done my yield of cotton, but most conservative ; '

guilty of muroer.' ana the prisoner will, duty and nothing but my duty. My estimates conclude that a large How's : :
Hang., Pulmor was leader of the convicts death ia no shame to myself, but it is a decrease in'product i. probable, makinga :
: who attempted *n escape from Cole city shame for my proscribers; those who market for heavy stocks, which were '

peuitiniiaty camp last June, at which sought to brand a loyal soldier by the brought over from last year Your Liver :
time two gu.rdi: and the convicts were judgment of a political tribunal. I desireto Imports of merchandise, though small ; 'J
_ killed outright besides! several others on recall the fact.that I have many times or than a when the movement ,
ago :
both sides being wounded. Waymanand offered to constitute myself a prisoner if was exceptional year are quito large; and 'exports If sluggish and'painful,. invigorate '4' )+
Rutherford, both colored, who were they would accord me common law "
} ,from New YOrk forw; the past, two
engaged in the plot, will be, tried.: A judges. This the holders of power have weeks are nearly equal to those of last it to healthy action .by .:

triple hanging will occur. always.refused. Thus acquittal was not year. Railroad earnings/ exceed last year, taking ,
The union'depot muddle at Atlanta is possible. In quitting lift 1 have but one ,u exchanges at various clearing houses "

practically settled. And the East' Tennessee regret-that I nave not died on the fieldof outside of New York, though but slightly ':s"f''

'f .w..w n. I road, so long burred_ out enters ; battle fighting for my country.. That ,'and there aro as yet no. symptoms of )
4 the depot at lost. Many times have country at least, wi.l\ permit one of iU the artificial monetary, pressure which ;
t'atent .ppUed forj: negotiations been'started with tho view children, at the moment 'of 'returning: some have apprehended. .
''This js on* of th* most convenient pleasure and business vehicles for the lawyer. of making terms by which the Bust 'J enneuee -, into nothlognesi recall himself to the \Sarsaparilla J: )f ft
/"''!!.or farmer,on earth.. Owing to the oonatruoUoo of the body
of lovers of LaPatrie.; Vive la
.... .. could enter the depot but each memory all
M if vary UgM. at the rime time ., rf r t(" and is the hand THEY A, MONOPOLY.
i 't'.C: _.. ,......... e. ._(_. v Aio(. on tAe marfcrl.A time such efforts have failed. The prop.. France I vive !Ia republiquel I .WANT 't
i WRITTKN GUARANTEE GIVEN ON EACH VEHICLE osition which was agreed to was made Do He and signed under my hand On. the )* ee eeee eeee eeea .....
," \ ttecrn's! SMI total MitosttMbiwiiucbt>u an rami wntsteMoM. AcntI Waet/b by President Thomas.'and.. accepted by eve of the day of my death. Sea Island Cotton Farmers to "

: I: TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE 'AND BUGGY CO, Terre Haute, lot !lr. Calhoun with a few modifications. It EAHSKST BOULASOEB: Organize a.Trust. sfiji

>> '. ........., ---- .- ,:. is as follows:'The.Western and Atlantic A Pans cablegram of Thursday says Charleston: S. 0., dispatch says A
'i :.J. road agrees to aloW{ all puasenger trains Mme; oulanger, wife of General Bou convention of pi-inters of set !island cote, FRIEND"

!' I IC It t of the East Tennessee, the Richmond and )anger who II ,living at Versailles; 'was ton (Iq South Carolina has been called for ..., t.l.
pSOM'S Danville and the .Georgia Pacific roads overcome with grief ,when informed ,of the puTpnse of organizing a, combine! .. to enter the depot xm payment -of" an. ,her husband's. tragic death in the cemetery against the sale of cotton seed.. The object ''To Young i '
annual rental of$23,000.; .' This mbub at Ixelles, near Brussels Shefainted is to' effect n combination by which ? n Mothers, :
is to be divided among these'three toad,". twice within a short time after the Georgia, Florida and Egyptian
A u they mal agree.upon; '* The 'Western'and .hearing the sad news, and, is at present. growers 'of l ,ni<.staple cotton will IK = '

Atlantic also- agrees. to waive, all: I very much depressed in spirits. deprived of the use'of Carolina seed. It =. ,
n claims for rental'' of the depot ,on the ... WHAT THE PRISS BATS. is believed that the outside world is dependent ...' 't.
Georgia Road, the Atlanta and West The fact that the suicide of Boulanger upon the use of Caro i >a seed -. '
: \} Iaf Point and the Central roads by reason of made no impression 'upon European for the quality of their stapl-*, and that if ,' .. ,#. f
ofd ,the fact that they are joint ""nerawith bourses Indicates: the low ebb of the they can be prevented from obtaining '-. I

Stroke, the state of the depot building.The eeneral's influence. The London Timtt; this;, seed, the! quality of their staple will Makes Child Birth .1

Cation Ceaveitleav In commenting on the suicide 'of Bou deteriorate an rapidly that the sea island Shortens Physicians.'j .

Is machine that The Southern States! cotton conventionwill langer says: "Boulanger cleared the air planters of South Carolina will practically Lessens =.
THIS the meet at the exposition, Qctaber 20th.. ,of French politics. If the republic is control tho fine cotton market of the I Pain .
used in the Office, There.will be twice u :many delegatesfrom again menaced, the danger will come world. Committees hive been at work .Endorsed by the Leading
'- every cotton state u there are con From more upright and manly aspirant for sometime preparing a 'plan for com JlooJo ,."M.tAers"wa.U.d rSZJl. '. .
Court-room, and for reporting gressmen. Not only acreage but every for power than the Orleaniat of B'>nspartist bination, and it lit believed now that/the BRADFIELD REGULATOR,CO.';

aI INNATI8h I :: t.aQuickeaL I lectures and sermons. question bearing on the growth; sale and intriguers, who figure in 'coul combine,will be effected, once. i BOLD BY ATLANTA ALL. DRUQQI3T8., O A. 1 .j

manufacture of cotton will be discussed. fuses du Boulaugiste. ................................... I 'I I
While its speed !II greater than any The delegates appointed from Georgiaare The Vienna correspondent of the Lon Switzerland yearly receives about $25,. -
", Compartment and Pullman Palace ; From the Agricultural Society- don Standard cyst Boulangei's suicide from foreign tourists.
other known method it U 000,000
Sleeping Cars through' without change President J. O. Waddell aDd Messrs. Ia-( the subject of conversation every. "GermanSyrup" j
r'th' 1 making direct connectionLICENTRALUNIONST : that any intelligent person can gain; a D. R. Johnson, 'Blackahear 11. C. Edwards where. His fate is compared with Bal- ATLANTA MARKETS. j

LUIS speed of zoo or more words,per minute Cuthbert; J. D. Frederick, )laruahallvflle maceda which probably suggested It. CORRECTED: : WItEItLY.I \

,, In five or- six weeks, without the ; II. II..Cary. LaGrange; G. W. Characteristic stories ale in circulation '
.lad the WEST. ,, 'and with Through carlines aid of an Instructor. Circulars and Lloyd, Covington; M. J. Hatcher, about his devices to hide his impecunlos- I Uroeerle' .. '
for I testimonials sent to all who mention Macon; T. J. Lyon, Carter*vllle; J. McO. ity. Many knowing his circumstances .I Coffee-Boasted-Arbackle-s tt9 ? 100 Seaies > J'J'The
P would be his end. | LaTenng's 32o. Qreon- xtn choice
11 anticipated that such
W. Perkinson.
CHICAGO""NORTHWEST. this paper. Bryan, Philomath JL I 3201 choice Rood :ittr. fair 10; common
Woodstock; M. Newman, Bandersvllle; The Paris corre.poodent of the Times lo. hugar-Granulated So; off granulated ,
u ; soso with through carr 0 E 01 L T. PIERCE, FAYETTE, OHIO, From the Alliance-President I* F. Livingston says: "Boulanger's only excuse is, th"t -ci powdered 6? Tines for II and )leun.W. R. Kemp, Swain .Ming[ ence. commonplace and sincere, he sites 0 t}(fellow; extra 0
'Dlirrjlk DUrrALU n and Pooh in Sole Agent for U..8. and Canada. : hors; W. W. Webb, bn; F. D. Win, served without suspicion as an instrument 80@35o.Orleans: choice ilol'_48@50-.O nnlne prime Cuba W<34
Eut- berlv, Hawkiosville; U. B. WUkirsoo: of others. The irretrievable d3pth of his tation 22( ,Only one change of carsJackson Samuel 'Alex Tate shows that France, henceforward ,
Jfewnaq; nape, Haptville; Nutmegs 'll@800.> Cloves :l."o@SOc.'
% =W Atkinson, Jackson; R T. Poole Cedar. nistress of her destinies, is no longer Cinnamon 10lio.. AU plea lOQlle. Jama- stitution itself it is caused by innu-
}[ ; n, Ni ORLEANS' town; O. T. JIurrell, Athens\ H. 1C likely to take upon herself a master. cia ginger lo. Bice. 1},W Y \ rood merable small creatures living in the-
vlckaburg. Points ia THE'TRAVELER.S, Davis, Center Side; James Barrett, Augusts With his corpse will be buried the latest &It-Hawley'l eYoOl;OOIllJDOD ax'60.1; imported 9160 Virginia Japan C@70c.1o. lungs having no business there and a

TEXAS AND THE Jacksonville Florida. and Mr. P. J. Bcrckmans president personification of that execrable lace Cheese Full cream WUI'7 Cheddar. flats eating them away as caterpillars do.
w m >!s< T. ; horticultural .tv.M.lea known u the saviors qf society. iklm Whin flab, half bbliM the leaves of trees
t 1. Passengers via this lint are afforded an Grewere )(..f. ,A cablegram of Thursday from Brus UOi pails sees Soaps-Tallow. 100 bars, A Germ The phlegm that is
excellent view of Lookout Mountain andJ ..ellu It has been decided that the 75 Iba t8 1)03 T5; turpentine, 00 ban, 60 Iba.$200aaa5i .
A meeting of the Georgia Melon Grow- is those
tallow, 60 beta flOib M 25.2 50. coughed up
Historic The Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar funeral of Boulanger will take place Saturday
surrounding ers's Association took place in Albany s Candles-Paraflne HKe; star lOco UatcheaOOi Disease. of the lunp''I'
,.streets, Jacksonville Fla. A new brick few days ago with a small attendance afternoon. Henri Rochefort will .4 00;300 S3 08 75: ;2u0a $2 00s3 73;60., parts
J I hotel, nearest to all railroad stations And The action of the convention worthy attain the funeral, which will be a purely :B I grOM as 75. Boda Kegs, bulk Bo;do 1 Ib pkas which have beengnawed
a 0. RAT, a E. PaiL Agt, Atlanta steamboat landings. Especially adaptedto only unanimous 'civil ceremony The clergy, under 6&>;cases, \Ib B Vo. do 1 and 'lb.6c. do%16flo. off and destroyed. These:
of note was the adoption ota
OaD. Cra<'ke ra-XXI soda BH'oi XXX butter
transient busmen. Elegantly furnished instructions of the archbishop Maline, little bacilli, as the are called,
resolution the railroads to
require 6e XXX pearl oysters 6ct thoU and exoeUiorTo.
J, MULLANEY Diy Pas. Agt, ;
rooms single or en suite. Table and definitely refused tofflciite be with the
have finally too small to
shippers hereafter to prepay the "lorauu crawn 9o; XXX ginger reap to;eom- are seen
r' CSatttsssejja.X/D, O. EDWARDcl,1: f o.I F.; T. A., at good as the best. This hotel wu built freight on all shipments. Tb..,adoption > at the,interment of the general's hllla 9o. Caad Canned stick fi>.o;French naked eye, but they are very much
furnished and operated as a $3.08 a day mixed IV/p. good.-Ctwdened milk
.of this resolution is bound to ;Mii alive the and enter the
CINCINNATI O. reduced raisftV s.DELEGATES M OUaS 00| imiution macknel 'J 83a4 00; .... just same,
: house rates are now to |3.00 a '
; kick in the ranks 'of the small fere-wen APPOINTED moo M OOaT BO; F. W.apices t:J XIU 60;L.W. body in our food, in the air we
: : day, while the service is better than ever. who, being, as a rule poor mta, will be* ieO; corn S2003T58: tomatoes #160. NX breathe, and through the of
{ Breakfast from 0 to 8; lunch from 11:80to BaU potash $s W.! Btarch-Pea.1 4'Xo lump pores?
forced to borrow mon.-t tnettshipment ;
pea p f' to the National
From Georgia
t'THB' : the skin. Thence the
they into
/ This nickel as 60 celluloid get
4" 2:80: ; dinner from <0< ;80 to 7:80. 'else' .of" %oi wcktRee ; MOO.Pickles
Is the only hotel in Jacksonville serving *, or be foccea-wtfc f Farmer Congress. plain or mixed pmla$100.140; quarts blood and finally arrive at the lungs
the business her-f-t&ab .iay Powder-kfle
I meals these hours. All others Itoge Governor Northen It 60al 801 ken 93:50; U kegs where fasten,and increase with
NEW LEVER SAFETY regular at if the railroads, see proper' On. Saturday appoInted $SWlbg.$165. BboUI1O per they
are at least one hour later. Use the to act in accordance with the'resolution-,- i a delegation to the notional far frightful rapidity. Then German '

'Travelers' omnibus, the tickets save 99 There is no question 'it. ,duiiaglradttiet: : 'mera'CI1Dgreu. which meets in gedalia, ra.... Grate ..4 3Ie U Syrup comes in, loosens them, kills J

i I tents each way.BURTON, '' season, the railroads qll\\ ." fIe ijgbt 3>tf*. 'Mon.4 ;November 10, 1891. as follows : I'Iov-Fln' patent 9A 00; seoodd patent them, expells them, heals the places : ,
Felix $5 73 extra fancy 93 35 fancy $5 00 family
From the Bute at Large- Corput 1 | ; "
t.1 I K. BARR8 paid, many i>f the small' rjjwersjririll: be and J. Y. M 15. Com-Ko. :9 white Ma j miuil 78o. Oats they leave, and so nourish and f
forced out anyway, becjaoae! Ji s.ny .H| and q. U. Ryts, delegates -No. :> mixed Ha i while -e ; Kanaas nut soothe that,in a short time ccnump- -; !
10 Proprietor. them will not be able to get njone ;\Q.'|'.Low and Dejarnette, alternates. pI'OOf0.. Hay-Choice timothy, large bales tives become and well. <*
pkwy their freights. In hi&.revienc: otthe : From the eleven districts the delegates 9.501 No. 1 timothy. Urge bales, 90c! ; choiceiwothj. t
Li- President.Me- tad altercates respectively are as follows; small bales, ,i;Ko.1 timothy small _
put seasons results Ylnt-Jones Walker, Djrien; T. J. bales, Me M w 3 iimutny, small bales. 80o.Ucat WANTED.\ I
TOBACCO ADVANCING. Rae said that he thought, after carefufconsideration -Plain 83o j Lolled 7Sc. Wheat bran- ...
of the season's results, that .McEImuiray, Wayneobyro. Lance aackf 80oj small sacks flu. Cottoo ',,
Second-M. W. Phillips, Oak Grove meal 91 >80 owL EXPERIENCED SOLICITORSTo ,
N it bad been, as a unsatisfactory.. seed per Steam teed SLS5
New Growers Rejoice CL. P Wood Atapulgaa. en $4 25.C -
England About one-third pf the growers bad made, par! INSTALLMENT BANK STOCK ,, J

> Accordingly. a little money, one-third bad about come Third-Fred Wimberiyr. BullardsjD. _.- Tarrrb rpraau___II,fur 60 ....... i'
ITT Pr.4.ea
A from out even. and the balance had beeskaers ] 'Tttagerald Lumpkin; o.-aa ,.,.,_1_,lie.1___
*-- I dispatch of Thursday Boring- *"Fonrtn -B. II. Williams, Hamtttoas;A. Eggs ITalSe. Batter-Western creamery 85* ."p .--.1<..16..._ _.... '
The) PERFECTION of iTY.t field, Ma'*., says: The excitement in the Several minor matter were $.AUw-Templa. ,. KXil choice Teone.fc OaJJo: ; other grade F,; .
'and ECONOMY of POWER Connecticut aad Hou>atonia valley to- transacted, after which the contention U. McLaio Palmetto J, 10.13X Lire poultry liens 284300 1 young .ERkCO..A.d&.t..G. ,
I ,,' *" 7itth-IY. ; duckeum Ur ,bftqe* market is increasing in intensity. adjourned. *. *H t IF' YOU TiAV'3Ii 'I
30 +Cf1'AT' Cj.Jt) Ntl(GtAlkY; ." Daring the put ten days tho rang; o( The Bale,..... .N..Blith Liddell.->V.Eastman E. U. Bearcy, Griffin, J. a -pouitry. Irish Turkeys pvaioea-,new.-.-ZOO; docks U-60;chicken perbbl.* -an.tkw I..ucJa&aJ..__ate-.
paid has advanced from 8 to 8 R Jlroa pees A Thos uatoe.
VARIABLE STROKE,wnly tvP note per pound over the prices current' mont exposition to tie held at Atlanta, I tedartowa satOc, tn tUe comb lOnl'Ax onions $3 OO*
Peek ;
., of RevplvSnif ClhvfolrtJr' ; .nd'Uoarin all .aroUnd. two f*etfcs sea. The crop has cure<\. inperfectthtpeand Ua.:j have been agreed -vpoq ; by the dif* rJames'Suttle a.'CDUr-J., Greenbuth A. ,, | 3 BO per bbL Cabbage 1X per 4b. Crapes,
Belt HiU iaSo rierlb.
SatetXm4cte, t sales are being read fereDhowl enurlnirjthe city.", They are i tttWT.. J. Wslker. Msci ;X.; H.UX Ii1ti 1i
\ mostly} si fftu 1& to 30 cents per pound AS follows XgfttaXJExaiIoB[ rates ilarii Elberton. .riaI...,
o.A.":: .. for thjjqntlr* crop, to be delivfi;djrutWndlr. made on tfce basis of 8) cents per"mile Nlnll* {J. E. Cloud, Bufort; 0. P.Jarrett Clear rib aUea. bowd So fce-oored belies
_. One"sale at 89 rents per pound round trip from all points in Georgia. Tugalo. 1O;'.a.8ogar- tu d hams Ilial3.tacourding\ t
U reported A careful investigation indicates Florida, Alabama, South Carolina and A. E. to brao and.......;Callforu i\tI,' brbaktut ,
H. B. SMITH MACHINE CO. that the situation U much better Tennessee. From all points ouUide of Btrother Tenth,-Lincolnton A. a Baxter, Sparta baooo ftft .|lUUc., IrJ-Pur* leT e/c; leaf 8:*:, 810K-_-. 1--tN I-. a 7S.ii. I'''d'eaf+ ,I

for growers thaa the most sanguine'have these states and on two days of each, Eleventh-W. A. McDonald, Wares | lynya (:ea.... .... Dr.J.U.LYLada.r.aeaalo..T. .

SWlTHVILLE, expected and that a further rise j.a price week, the above rate will be made. A boro W. T. Fordham Wylly. Mattes steady.-lfLsMI ig I-8o. ....;" ......_""'- .
U probable. stxdal excursion -, m be ma from all ; mUEMTt1Di.._......h .-.
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to do, and flefs the One to aslr. And let *U tab eare of ,theawe!v**,
; DR. TALMAGE parent and all schools 'and all nnlvenitles But do you realize what after all, o
and all cottage recognlM this, and a' large U the brevity of earthly state? Ii.the :. Profefscr OppeDhem'is a snort, good JAIi7' :

number of those who spent their beet :yean time when people lived seven and eight looking young woman, with fair com- 'ute young, children often ,
stumbling about among trasinesrei anil hundred Tear, patriarch Jacob caM thai Wen
BROOKLYN l8lon blond bait mouth
DIVINES BUN. occupation now trying this and now trying hta yean were few. very a large to hold objece Very
t) DAY SERMON. that, and falling in all,' would be able to go Looking at the life of the yonn""?.permitlit showing large white teeth, 'end .she bus close to their eyes, others alght

ahead with a definite, decided and(tremendous this assembly and suft>o.lng lie lived to, A clear green eye. She wears. doctor' tendency to squint thus showing thlt .
isirr. nIrpo.e saying, "To this cal: wo I be a nonagenarian, bow short the time and gown of black silk over her walking costume there I. an the attended : !
"WHAT VERB vra MADK Fonf! : soon gone while Mnkad up in front of nsj i* and her felt hair rest the to tequahtln eyes.remediedby :
upon can ,3'1i
But my subject now mount Into the an eternity 10 rant that arithmetic bo not. b8
momentous. Let mo say that you are made flares enough to express ita length or height academic mortar board. wearing specially prepared} tpcctactes :
__ L ITS jr."To' thtt ,lid tINU / born."-John for usefulness hetiven. I judge this from For a happy eternity you were born unless At her lectures sho'explafas{ the ImlN for a given time but if neglected spectacles ,

the way you are built. You go Into a chop yon run yourself against the divine'Intenlions. -* cation. which the head the eyes, the will be of no &alt and nothing remains
Attj&r Filate had suicided, tradition 11ft1\! where there is only one wheel turning and If landing in your presence my eye nose the mouth betray to her carefully but a surgical operation Parent
thi* body wa thrown Into the Tiber, that by workmen's foot on a treadle, should fall upon the feeblest soul here as that ,
(each storm ensued on and about that and my to yourself, "Here Is something out will appear when the world let it up trained mind. Subjects are invited to cannot be too careful about this mater. '
f. that hi* body wa taken out and KOO.I being done, yet on a small and heaven entrances it/, I suppose I wouldbe come upon the platform! and she reads I many a child ha lost the sight on -
I wn Into the Rhone, and similar dis- scale;" but If J'OUItO Into a factory covering *a overpiwered that 1 should drop down from their head end faces a* from eye on account the ignorance and .
C8 IWept that river and its banks many acre, and you find thousands of band a* one dead. a printed chart just what sott of persons negligence of the parents. < ""IGH.
the body was taken out and re- ailing on tnousand of wheels, and that You have examined the family Bible; and they are. She informs tho beforehand When. child first JL em ofSbUtiei i
I to Lansanns and put Into a deeper ties flying, and the whole scene bewilderingwith explored the family records and you may. persons enters school its and. other troubles after eating f>
J, which Immediately became the centre activities, driven by water, or steam, have daguerreotypes ot come of the kindred! I that she will not bear harshly eye should bo thoroughly tested by ,
_similar atmospheric and aqueous dl.- or electric power. you conclude that the factory of previous generation, you have had photographs on any too disogreeable traits of which means of certain simple telt in the hands Ten you nee a "Pelett' Not i (

anoe*. Though!: then are fanciful and wo put np to do great work and on a taken ot what you were in boyhoodor ;they may be so unlucky ts to be the posseoson. of the teacher, so that can be ascertained of tho orinar grping" .te*
j traditions, they show the execration vast scale Now I look at'yon. and If I girlhood and what you were ten years. to.
i.which the world looked upon Pilate. It should find that you had only one faculty of later and It is very interesting to any one) beyond the possibility of a doubt I bIg pills- sicKnes
j One
i before this man when be was in full life body, only one muscle only one nerve, if j i to b* able to look back upon picture of what >j i very good test of her power In whether the sight f defective or not and them. Bat one Fierce' :
4 1 power that' Christ was arraigned as Vou could tee but could not bear or could he wa ten or twenty or thirty year agog |ttIiIa respect It to have a person whom able to bear the necesssry strain arising Pleasant l'ellete-tho original : '
>a court of oyer and terminer. Pilate said hear and not see, If you had the use of only but bare yon ever had. a picture Uren one knows intimately well, but whom from close application' to study Noth Pill the smallest the Lve
I- Ills prisoner, "Art Thou a king then!" one foot or one hand, and at to your higher what you may b* and what you will be if.; Professor Oppenhe'im has never teen before ing I. of so much to child and t
Jesus answered, "To this end.was I nature, if you bad only one mental faculty, yon seek after God and fool .the Spirit's regenerating > in her life toher ita importnc a as take. The easiest in the way the
." Sure enough although all earth and ; and you had memory but no judgment, or power Where shall I plant the,, ; subjected analytical eyesight. progress can work too-they're mild and
arose to keep Him down, He is to-day judgment but no will and if you had a soul camera to take the picture I plant it on' acrutiny.-London Cor. Nev York be made at school unless the eyes are In a ,
- pa1aoeI. enthroned and coronated king ot with only one capacity, I would say not thin platform. I direct it toward you. B'"' 10r14! normal ? Stat'. but thorough and effective. .Every
h and king of heaven; "To this end was much i*expected of:you. still or stand still,while I take the pictuire.It condlloD-PtllpAt part of the feel their healthful
- I orfl." That ta what H*came for and that But stand up, 0 man; let me look you shall bean instantaneous plcttu'e..".Thl'1'I!h j Liked Pleasant Company systeu. 'cleanse and.
a* what He accomplished. squarely in the facet Eyes capable of tee I have it. It I* done. You can see the pic' f __ Cornered. They '
By the time a child reaches ten yean ot inz evervthiner. Ears capable of bearing turn In ita fmTmrf' Rt slate- and Oft mine id_ First YOUDIT.Man (At summer reBortJ \- regulate the Ilver'stornach and bw
'' parents begin to dlsoorer that child' everything. Hands capable of grasping ot what it will be when thoroughly,dreloped. ..,' els. JKegvlate mind '
'E'v but by the time he or the reach. everything. Mind with more wheels than "I have met agood many amateur pho'toBtRphers Caller-"You have been. abroad a long yon. W 1
L "" years of age the question I. on the any factory ever turned more power' than There Is your resurrected body '10 brll, but I never saw one quite so time.have yen pvm disease as well as cure 'Ia
'* 30hild<* lipsi "What am 1 to bef What am Corliss engine ever moved. A soul that will lienS that the noonday sun I*a patch of midnight devoted to the fad as you are." Hostess.-" DOt', many months." t vegetable and |:j jry
,z I to bar What I outlive all the universe, heaven and with It. There I puely riot
going was made for? It except compared *your son Second Young Man-"I never take "Did to r ly Headache' -
'(. i*a sensible and righteous question, and the would outlive aU heaven if the life of other so pure that all the force of diabolism ooald photographs." you go Italy '
t.youth outfit: to keep on asking it until it 1* immortals were a moment short of the not spot It with:' an Imperfection. There is '" "Nong-I moan no. We feared tee leaacho Oonstipaton"IndigstOD.'..
.T'V" *>fully answered that the young man or the eternal. Now. what has the world a right your being so mighty and *o swift that "Eh Then why do you carry that defective New Orleans troubles might make Amer ,
xung woman can say wittt as much truth to expect from you? What ho God a right flight from heaven to Mercury Mar or>, : camera around with you all, day bane unwelcome. Compr ndyvoot"' stomach and bowels 'are
: i its anthOL though on a less expansive to demand of you?' God is the greatest of Jupiter and back again to heaven would not 'week in and week out'J" ,"Oh ye. Whore did ptrpty
,. ;eale, 'To this end was I born." economists in the universe, and He makes weary you, and a world on each shoulder ." cclu.e when the gtrlt see me com of the timol", 'you spend mos relieved and permanently I,
1 L r'There is too much divine kill shown In the nothing uselessly, and for what purpose 0id would not crush you. An eye that shall .They're the qheapeat pill you can 's. :
He buihi mind and soul shed An ing all the ugly ones run away and all the "In Germany." .
-nhysical mental and moral constiratlon of your body a*.they never a tear. energy that shall !'I
ihe; ordinary human being to suppose that are built never feel a fatiirae. A brow that shall pretty ones stay."-
ifc was constructed without; any divine pure There are only two beings in the universe never throb with }laID. You are young Good JVVtci. "Oh, oul, oui. We were thalre satisfaction, or your money. I re '
voee. It you take me out on tome vast plain who can answer that question The angels again though you died of decrepitude. week." turned. i '
I show me a pillared temple surmounted by do not know. Tb. schools do not know. You are well again though TOO coughed or > Gratifying te Alt.
La dome like bt. Fet r'a, and having/ a floor Your kindred cannot certainly know. God shivered yourself into the tomb. Your "Only a week Then how does It You pay only for the good you t'
_ f precious stones, and arches that must have know, and you ought to know. A factory every day associate\ are the, apostles and The high position attained and the universal happen you speak your native tonguewith '
|taxed: the brain of the greatest draftsman to running at an expense of $: OOOOO a year, prophet, and martyrs and most exalted acceptance and approval of the pleas a Frenel instead of German ao- get 18 is true of Pierce's t
_ _ rign, and waite scrolled and niched andjneled and turning out good worth seventy cents souls, masculine or feminine, of aU the ceu' rt O only D.
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liquid fruit remedy Sjrrnpof flg *the
and wainscoted and painted, and Iihotild a year would not; be such an incongruity turie The Archangel to you no em eent"-l' ld medicines _, t 'r
ask...yon what this building was put as you, 0 man, with such semi-infinite barrassment. God HiD1l?lt your pre.sent most excellent! laxative known Illustrate the -
> for and you answered 'For nothing at equipment doing nothing, or next to nothing and everlasting joy. That ian .. value of the whfch it is S TlI
I" how could I believe you? in the way of usefulness. "What shall instantaneous picture of what you may qualities' *success Keep Your Blood Pur:
s And It is Impossible for me to believe that I do'"you ask. My brethren, my sisters, do be,and what lam sure some ot you will be. If based.. and are abundantly. gratifying to the I'M
or ordinary human being who baa in his not ask me. Atk God. you realize that it is an imperfect picture, *ColIfornla Flit Syrup Company.- _
_ u. !Uor, nervous and cerebral organizatIon There'tome path of Christian usefulness my apology,is what the apostle John said .
r. wonders than Christopher Wren lifted open. It may be a rough path. or it may bea "15 doth not yet appear what we shall be.* Write your epitaph on the hearts of your
,.fii St. Paul's, or Phidias ever chiseled on the smooth path, a long path or a short path. "To this ead! was I born." If I did not friends by the sweet influence of your dally A small quantity of prevention i is worth 'many poundaof
Icropolis, and built in such a way that it It may be on a mount of consplcutty or in a think so I would be overwhelmed with life. :.. ..._. _.. .
ball last JOUR after St. Paul's cathedral is valley unobserved but it is a path on melancholy.The cure. If your blood is in good condition the l liability '
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i much a ruin as the Parthenon-that such which you can .tArt with such faith and world does very well fore little while
i being was constructed for no purposn, and such satisfaction and such certainty that : eighty or a hundred or a hundred and fifty If yon do, you shonlil be very careful to nse to disease is much reduced and the ability .to resist
only the bent. Inferior Blaase will Injureyourcyea. any ,
f to execute no mission, and without; any dl. you ,can cry out in the face of years, and I think that human longevity .
During the '
|;.-rind intention toward some end., The object earth and bell and heaven, "To this end was may yet be improved up) to that prolonga-- worst possible economy poor--In cheap fact glasses no economyat its wasting influence is tenfold greater Look then to
this sermon is to help you to find out what' I born." Do not wait for extraordinary tion for now there Is so little room between all.1'lu'7WUl soon leave you with an ooou- ,
ou are made for, ana help you to find your qualifications Philip the Conqueror gained our cradle and our crave we cannot accomplish list'or a doctor's bill to pay. Hawkea' OrjrutAUIccd blood, by taking Swift's Specific' (S. S. '?.) every
( heM, and assist you in that;condition where his greatest victories seated on a mule, and much, but who would want to dwell Lenses are the beat. They are mad you c"
- S'you call say wlthuertuintyand emphasis and If you wait for some caparhonei Bucephalus in this world for all eternity I Some think at his factory in Atlanta, and sold all over the few months. It is harmless in its effects to the most "
i'-enthusiasm and triumph"To this end was I to ride into the conflict you will never get this earth will finally be tamed Into s world. Buy no other. Accept no substitute.
Ttorn." into the world wide fight at aU. Sampson; heaven. Perhaps it : bub it would them If they sent are for not to send be yourself.had in your town, have delicate infant, yet it cleanses the blood of all poisons -

_ |i First, I discharge you from all slew the Lord'.enemies with the jawbone of have to undergo radical repairs, and through Your eyesight U too precious to be trilled '
V'I< %are not responsible for your parentage orgrandparentage. six hundred of the Lord's enemies with an and transformations infinite, to make it desirable 'l'.tlmobla'. in regard to these crystallised t '.
_ .w You are not; responsible ox goad. Under God spittle cured tbe blind for eternal residence.All lenses from the best people in the country will ,
*lor any"t the cranks that may have lived mail's eye in the New Testament story. Take the east wind. would have to become be furnished'application. < cured me sound and well of contagion : A*
,I in your ancestral line and who a. hundred all the faculty you have and sap' "0 Lord west winds, and all the winters changed to idvantego Druwulnta to and keep merchants three goods will in find stock.It to They their 's. S e S.' soon i discovered I afflicted Dk 11801 .,X
"' fjrearstoreyou were born may have lived here is what I: have. Show me the field and iprinetides, and the volcanoes extinguished, i are unt; sold to neddiers. Mr. A. K. t '
:;"; *style_of life that more or less affects you to- bade: ma up by omnipotent power. Anywhere and the,oooant chained to their bads. and I Is the only Crystallised Ha.k" ommln0 taking Bw' Bpo (B. S 8)) and I.few .lal"u perma .
i - "F that your temperament sanguine or melan. Two men riding on horseback came to a world M fixed up that I think it would take. llsU" prescriptions.' Address all ore 1 Treatise on Blood and Skin diseases mailed free. t
'J.cholioor bilious or lymphatic or nervous. trough to water the horses. While the more to repair this old world than to make Whitehall tit., Atlanta. Ua r J
_ _ either are you responsible for the place of hones were drinking one of the men sold to an entirely new one. But I must say I do A MI .1 i 1 Tb. Swlf Bpeotflo Co., Atlanta, a.
_ 'jour nativity among ,the granite hills of the other a few word about the value of tb. not care where heaven is if we can only got give maD'.I.of being to good good to a to woman I is t -ELY'S CREAM DALM- ..; .* the ? a.I!
_ ,New England, or tbe cotton plantations of soul, and then theyxods away and in opposite there, whether a gardenlzsd America, or an b bm I r ii..AI.y. rain stud laflommaUnn. ideals (
kXoulsisna or on the bonks of the Clyde, or direction But the words uttered were emparadlsed Europe, or' a won I central to B. K. COPUHN. Mstr., Clarle Scott, wrltest the M.. Ta.t. nnil Hmull, anti <)ur.*|
,..the Dnieper, or the (Shannon, or the l:>eIne.' the salvation of the one to whom they were the whole universe. "To this end. was I. "I find Hall's Catarrh Cnre a valuable remo-
IfiNeltherar: .you responsible for the religion uttered, and he became the Rev. Mr. Champion born." If each one of us could fay' that w* fly.1* Druggists sell tt, T8c. ;
i,taught in your father's house nor the irreUgion. one of the most distinguished mission. would go with face shining and bopsa exhllarant .
: .' Do not bother yourself about; what aria In heathen lands, for years Wondering ; amid earth's worst misfortunes FITS "topped free by DR KLTKB'S OatAT '.
ou cannot help, or about circumstances who did for him the Christian kindness, and trials. Only a little while ,and then the' leave RiaroBcm. No. after first day'*
; that you did not decree. not finding: out until in a bundle of book, rapture. Only little while and then the bottle use. Wnrvelou"free. Dr. Klin cure.* Treatise and S3 trial live* Itcllrf atones for CoK; n liruf '!
reunion. a.little G Arch tcl'hU.Pa I rr'y' Only
Take things as'they are and decide the.questlon sent him to Africa he found the biography: while and then the __ __ ._
-. so that you shall be able safely toCorny. of Bralnerd Taylor and a picture him.and transfiguration.In 1 .' 1800. KLTBlOB.t Warren 8L,N.t ,
.-'ro this end wo< I born." How,wLL( the missionary reoogniiid thor fate In that the Seventeenth century all Europe wo '
.you decide itf By direct application to the book as the man whoat the watering trough threatened with a wave of Asiatic barbarism, PAYS 3.0Q' ,
f :only Being the universe who i* competent for horses, bad Mid the thing taat saved hi* and Vienna wo especially besieged. The p AnGETT FR IGHT. NO 1 THE NEW WEBSTER
!t*tell you-the ,lord Almighty. Do you foul! What opportunities have had lathe kino and his court had fled, and nothing tiiii' rI' I I
know the reason why He U the only one who past. What opportunities; you have could save the city from being overwhelmed A Orp'.t ..
." tell Because tie now. What will unless the king of Poland John Offer thai mar, ; .
can can see everything be. opportunities you have In Hobleski to b. repealed ao da net 2j
I: tween your cradle and your grave though the days to coma I whom they bad lent for help, should with, "Strike i (U
-.: the grave be eighty years off. And. beside Put on your bat; oh. woman, this afternoon big army, come down for the relief; and whin the Iron, Is Hot. [X.3.s0 ;I :
that, Hell the only Being who can see what I and go in and comfort that young from every roof and tower the inhabitant Write for Catalogue now and say what :.PULI'f.4 : Zb
ha Lean happening for' the last five hundred mother who lost her babe lost manner. Put of Vienna watched and waited and hoped, paper you ...this Advertisement In. _L DJI5 iYSTElVS1IRNATOMAL
__________ .f: year in your ancestral line and for on your hat, oh, man, ant go over and see until on tile morning of September 11 the Remember that 1 Mil everything that 0'225 cu
clear that merchant who riling sun threw unusual goes to furnish a bommautaoturDW10m. I
ji thousands years back to Adam and wo compelled yesterday an and unparalleled things .75 .
_ ... there U not one person, in all that ancestral to make an assignment, and tell him of the brilliancy. It was the reflation largest* possible and ; enable me ao "O' '- I '. \BICnCNAKr b.
.. line of six thousand year but ha somehow everlasting riches remaining for all those of the swords and shields ant helmet ot wloe out all iot wbloi _, I 8a roet$1Lyw.s. I II cI -
-:' effected your character,'and even old Adam who serve the JorJ. Can you sing Oa and John Soblesiti anl his army' coming down Here are a few of my Start. .,, _- -
Y himself will sometimes turn up in your disposition. sing for that man who cannot get well and over the hill to the rescue; and that day, ,
,\ The only being who calf take all :you will help him into heaven. Let it be not onlyVienna) : bat Kuropu, wa ivX ling Bargains W. L. DOUCLAS trCOZ88O lLe-idll.4 and 01. This nitLBBDOFD.
- things that pertain to you into consideration your brain,"your tongue ,your'.1''', your And see you not, oh, ye souls, besieged A No T Flat Top Cooking Move. fall A Riwl from ic is God and He u the ODe you can ask. Life ear, your heart, your lungs, your handt, with tin and sorrow that light breaks size, 15x17 Inch oven fitted with 1 pie $3 SHOE I GRANQ.INVETMLNT toy every vsisu sac scho.. -
is so short we have no time experiment. your roet, your: body, your mind, your soul, in, the swords, and the shields and of ware, delivered at your ow CENTTaVN Work of rsvlslon ooouplmi over 10 jvara.
j fI with occupation and professions. your lifeJ.your deal your time, your eternjtv the helmet of divine rescue bathed in tie, Twelve freight obap.Dollars.paid by mu, for only 1 BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR Store than too eUKorlal laborers .inp)07e&
1,' The reason w. bav so many dead failures for Osl foiling in your soul!, "To this rising sun ot heavenly daliveranoj Let a B-hnl Cooking LA DIM T Vrllioal lamination Invlud._ Get the B eet.
J, Is that parent decide for children what they end was I born.. everything elsa go rather than let heaven go. Atalul 111.1,01 18x26 Inch top, OEMII .* Itoaglas,JhoThe fv IoidbyaJl beckselisre. yampfalet fre*.-
'- hall do* or children themselves, wrought on It may be helpful to some it I recite my What a strange thing it must bi to feel one' II 1 Ot. .. Thlr. seel the wants .f all I classes, are the meet OAVTION is nse4sd in purching a do.
t>y: some,whim or fancy.decide for them. own experience tbisr.7arJ. I started for i self born to an earthly crown but von harm> teen '- Jleor .w ,-- f n'pAli,_.' -.eula| footwear ever /, ant the mosey. ( photnirsphlo rcprlnU of aa oboUM -
r MVS witnout any impiorouon, O(' divra the law without asking any divine direction. been born for a throne on which you may vourd.pot.; feenre of dealer who other a* b* and comparatively worthies edition of
- guidance. 110:' we have now in pulpits men I consulted my own tastes. 1 like L lawyersand reign after the loss monarch of all the earls Do not pay two prices for IBS Posits.; Jest| .* 10 and be ..1 yea Maa..W. ta same.Webster end on ofUn teleg by morksted uadr vario *
making sermons who ought to be in black. courtrooms and judge.and Juries, and shall have gone to dust. s.I Cvttom. vr.L.PolaBreekfea. cam Brio stanped *a The lalsrnsllonil mlsroprMenUtlon bear Ih
your goo Kass. *Imprint of
eanith i reveled in the I invite you to stsrt. DOW for .,,
shops making plowshare, and w.bav. bearing VreUnghuriens anj your ows tend rsTTAKX NO O.* O. MEKIUAM*CO. PablUlMr.
la the law those who Instead of ruining the the Bradley of the :New Jersey bar, and a* coronation to com in and take the title wal wO you either a nice In combination Parlor Salt or, Insist ea local* fl..TIIL._ Cprngfleld,Ma**..iL 8,A.
J cose*of their client ought to b* pouallng assistant of the county; clerk, at sixteen dead to your everlasting Inheritance handed frame stylish Y8 daa..lppI
shoe lasts, and doctor. who are the wont; years of age, I searched titles, naturalised Through an impassioned prayer take hv811and 33.0O,to your railroad. &elO, fo s '
hindrances to their patients convalescence, foreigners, recorded deeds, received the con allot Its rapture What a poor farthing 08 % LYE
.md artist trying to paint' landscape who fession of judgment/ ; swore witnesses and is all that this world can offer you compared I will also sell you a nine Bedroom Puiconsisting LEWIS .
ought to be whitewashing board fence juries and grandJurie*. Bat after awhile I with pardon her ant tiCs Immortal beyond of Bureau with Bias, 1 high u4l.rl -
_(!'. While there are others making; brick who felt a coll to the Chwpal minl.tryand entered the stare unless this side of them there be Table head 4 1t. 1 Waah.tlnd. 1 Cnt ( TIID.t made. I
'1' ought to be remodeling constitutions, or it, and I felt;some satisfaction in the work.. a place large enough and beautiful enough Hack tt for ".,a.DO JCane,iaa e Nt"'adprnC Lye Hard I
"r : hoving plane who ought to be transform- But on. summer, when I wo renting at and grand enough for aU the ransomed. RJr. depot.Or p l.k. iiU pfume boil-
-1lug: literatures. Ask God about what worldly baron Springaid while seated in the parkof Wherever It bala what world, whether near 1 will send you an elegant Bedroom 1p1
the bent for
,.}; twstoets you shall undertake until you are that village, I said to myself "It I have by or far away, in this or torn other constellation SUltJ with large *. full marble top softening
i.- SK>positive you can in earnestness unite your an especial work to do in tae world I oughtto hail home of light and love and ,and Day tral"bt w.t cD.IDI waste pip
P- hand : find it out and with that bleeoadnessl Through the of Nice Wmuow lIiadeonspriniyroller t ,clout, NTTUTEOfts&WW
on your plow handle, or your carpen now datermin- atoning mercy .4 I I' I'' CLThJ.
Elegant large lug bottl'paint*, treea, eta
--c ter's bench, or your Blackston's "Commen atlon I prayed as I had never before prayed, 'Christ may we all get there. Walnut i-day. Clock.,.4 ,
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: or your dictionary or your got direction wrote JC Lao ..... iou ]
t Dr. Dick'. "Didactic Theology .saying, down in my memorandum book and I saw Safety In JUpld Ocean I cannot describe WinGow.1.?w In ?. ( .Agents, Jt.I. o OoMbr laadUi*.saerohMile- la swtnolp*! ,
-, "For this end was I born. my life work then a* plainly a* i see it now. Ttrel. ad"elment bat nave an a'ml) r _eHle*. llltulntod exeJiwa* suited ,.e.
There are children who early develop' -natural -, Oh, do not be satisfied with general direc The recent floe'perforouooef ot sums lalu. 1.1. ft. of floor r. SMITH'S WORM OIL t>oa to Ha..I. l/abrl*C'w, .,. ei

affinities for certain style of work. .tion*. Get peoifio direction. Do not shootat of the Atlantic linen hat robed again the other with nf an making all I Ca1..).... ... Best Quickest, ...
the father randomTake the
When of the astronomer Forbes aim and fire. Concen par Olate.
trate. question of the safety of ocean racing. It .; kind under on. feel Usllakl W.ra* M. lle "ld.
; wo going to London h* asked his children Napoleon' success in battle com
In the
!iJ what; present he should bring each on. of from hi, theory of brooking through theenemy's is now clearly established that the risk Three tnanacMBent.We;and warrhonaa Southern are $|at A few Slight* .I A'I"O. D.I1.. 0" .MDI Book f pa,
7- them. The boy who wa to o* aa astroaomer rank at on. point: not trying to incurred b/ ocean traveler are lessened with th produetlon of the best ot< Wan seat gave day my 1 f",I 1. rt
called out,* "Bring me a telescope ., meet the wools line of the enemy*fore by I rather than Increased by the condition I falr slycatoloicueoontalnjogllliu. worm.ant b came time f.,I ( >i WUtrtuOl.a. *.,
And there or*.children whom yon find all a similar force. On reason'why h* lost good will be. mailed to duM a my Itt.girl, four year old, .and she
4' by themselves drawing on th.Ir.IteI, eros Waterloo.* bseaas h.. did 'not work LU of racing. When a vessel 1* being pushed I will kindly per where you*aw thi** YI. Je." ,from 4 t 14 Inch* Ions A &e i ?* wP

_______ Taper ship or housnor birdseed you know usual theory and spread his fore oat over a to her utmost limit the spirit of, rivalry Ult. I Pay rre-lght. Andy, W. ,PBu .
,iJ they ore to be drafumoii or artist of some wide rang. Oh, Christian man oh, Chris becomes infectuoiu, and .. :.DGT" gold I very whore. .. A.N. ..
ever/ one on Sr u. ...
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_____1 l. kind. And you find other cyphering out tian woouuL break: through somewhere.. board. from the JplaPadget' ..., .,. .JO1-
captain to the stoker
with interest and Not a general engagement for God but ,, '
t-difficult problems rare suoaem a Furniture I _
_-_ \ ana yon know they are ta be mathama. particular engagement, and mad to answer U apt tie be ealerlr14&ereated. in the result. CARPET StOT Colds
; *Hp*. And 'other making wheel aadratraoge to prayer. It there or* sixteen handrel .' Every one Is working at high, tension g1Io.:11J.: &
know million people in the world then there a. UA.PILES ,
contrivances and you they are and the work: fall of Every
,.v-ar./going to be machlais And other are sixteen hundred million different mission to ap.
One b
,*.'V Xouudeiprtmentiug: with boa and plow and faiall dUbreatrtyle of work to do duTar- on the alert, and exoaaslve ,Ig. (."
dekle, and you !know they will be farmers. ant orbit la which to revolve. and U you do hence b exercised in every department. M4osys o Coughs
U_ ti. And others" are always swapping jackknive not get th divine direction there are at least Fire are carefully tended and tbe bear- qVY5ebafOw4g.(iwtMesd. ALl.=. ;/

r, 'r the bargain, on4 they or going to be mer. that you will make a Il ltake. On .:' t.I.f Sr.,. :, ,
unusual C : _
,-........Yo I your knuea before God get the matter settled care to iruor J azalnst overheat. _
When Abb d*Bono so advanced in so that*yon can flrnJy .y, 'To this ad was log under the trenundoo friction to i 1 : UEi Consumption
....dying Greek that be could translate I bom. which they are being enbjecttd. Tide t flt'iim; HOARSENESS ,
-acreaa at twelve years of age there wo And now I DOOM to the elimaeterle eonddaration. redoubled vigilance: lessen FISTULAafJivt2
_doubt lets that be was Modal for a As near a* I can tell, you were unquestionably' A.D LUHG ,
oior. Bat in almost every' lad there bulla tot a he"P7 et.enalty.U the disaster the danger of accidents in the engineer a.sw.es4. TAYLOR'S CHEROKEE .
--a Urn**wbea Ju>dues not know what which have happened to your ....... to b. ** deportment, but there I* still the REMEDY Op ::fl, j.:
:.;i *4 was mad for and fate parent do sot overcome by the blood of the Lamb if TOO liability to collision to be considered WAP.
""toow and it M a crisis that lcd only can will heartily accept that ('brlI Y amaze This b SSi SWEET GUM _
: doeLlev Then there ar.thoa bora Lot some _t. w.aN ail rjoioJat the iocreue danger never absent from themariner's i SMBHM AND MULLEIN:
ea1 work, sad their fluusa doe not deontil of human longevity. Paapl live, a. near a* calculation, but it u a well "
-ws- It quit. tet* Whess ttuJip DoJdg I can otMtrve, about tea year longer than known fact that a vessel' going at a high : ,
*,WBOM. rrmoa and book have oar.Jtad th.y nsed eo. The IDOdena doctor do not rote of speed b more perfectly IS THE BEST KNOWN REMEDY __
under i' j
the .
.- uncounted soul for glory began to bleed their patient on all -,1001I" did _
tody the m Wt.rr.: Dr. Calamy, oo_ of the the former doctor la those tints if a man control of her helm than on steaming' lk j eu er>rrUt or merchant U. lJID TAKE 50 .:
WBMktaad best man, advised turn to turn his had fever they bled bins if he bed coo.sumption at a lower rate. In: tab respect apparentrecklesanea : to 8UTtnrr&r' : _
thonftts to soaks other work:. loooa Harrow, they blat him if b* had rheumatism b otten the height of .fw.. ..-4a.4. M. .0. _
su Mniaeat ciorc1aDd Chrutiaa scianSt they bled him. and if they could mot deuce. pro- .'
-hts hooks standard DOW, taooght be moke out sictiy what wo th. matter the* Navy captain have often eared
hundred [ Olio Urn their vessels from disaster by i $50 RLWARDTI
bad bees dead over two ys r -sras bled him. phlebotomy wa throwing w
...dtshaartoaouetS of hi father, who sudtasay de coadjutor.. Alt skis has chaaged.fTtMB the throttles wide open, when locking Ceni4eteTa
that if U )d aaed God to take aey of the way I see people stippiac about [ of speed would Jane been ltLX tssjt 4_ 5)43%''ames eltaiaesa .
Uctildr aaybe booed ts might: t. hi.Isaac. at eighty year' of a*:*, I .WU4SLbM lif* Twlr. .... $.. pus
Bo aaM of those who bees baa insurance companies will have to hang DOIU'T "
a ractcrixsd for their MvpidUr to boyhood Uutir table of risk, and caarx*g man no -.. = "J-
or girlhood have taracd out the BiichtMsSt soar*prwniaai at seventy thee CUT.Md dodo A nonnenent to mark the) spot wberf _. .:
J> unCll' tiimiifsntrsssissr'ol the bamaaThat wtMa ...* wo sixty,sad 80 snore pncniaiaat Ile&rr Oodaoa landed prior to ELJA Co
the) discovery "
fifty thaa when be wes forty. BytheadvanoMMot "_ KOiCTUPENSION CAzI1Jjs. --
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*thiag belag *e. am S aol right .. of m*.1lf.l setenea and sea wider of the) Hudson Blrer will be r' n.t'
lag that ha soaay casssi Ood osUy know* *mi..*lntaao. with..* taw* of health, and enctsdOQ thaAUsntte Highland of Kr f 'I A t.
.wbot M. UM laast actsronriate tkioc tat J'CIQ t&* fact that peopl know .bctfe*. hoar to .Jcmes..a4 dedicated Snatcatber P lIPS. I. 'filO' ?. .t -IJJPWIrJI
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'mat"lien ail your! lI"defltoocl.'-a." For the week, ending last night Oct. I f1j 0)rt ffl s: SHOES: : SHOES: : ]

The fllrtiM rattled,and I paid the ; t'I1
8, 1801, as compared With that 'of F;
"Tin time jtil I Every Pair Guaranteed.Stock
rapper .
.ta I until they ell bay*fed, corresponding week in 1800. Recordedat (J | tE.nt1
Iron-Joy.enlillme most complete, and prices moRt reasonable for quality of goods
the U 8. Weather Bureau office TItusrille. Alto
1 Hall my darllnf maiden klM t:: r -3 complete line of HOSIERY, GENTS' FURNISHING'GOODS, a

And take With of carer aU thin"h'meled' bites, 1D"lj 'PII. = : _. Ih :HA..Ts; AND OAPS. .
Min Vl H c .
Sip after '11" Day Max. Mln. Max. .tel
She Camel fondly clasped her ttght- 1800. OCTOBER. 1801. N0ep Come and see the latest style In DERBY'S and CRUSH BATS.

Confound ht whence the girl( thin I 8he'breeze rapped to-night 10. 89 11 70 72 I > t'4 0 c::>
OntoutedebreMilV 83 73 81 69 i t:::' l"'J o tpp 20 Per Cent. off Straw Hats,
11 82 76 70 62
WI bathed together In the,surf 12 78 74 72 M > 'rl To Close them Out
We walked( upon the.unit 13 88 72 75 70 () _
We eat together on the rock, 14 80 73 83 70 0)H' .
I gently pressed ber band. 15 85 75 80 71 'II r'J O DRY GOODS HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS ETC, ETC
She seemed to favor me,I thought 1J ,
More than the otber men( J. E. LAICOUKTTK: Observer. 'r : .

She Tot Bhe one ddMI.di day when!eemdownspinI I tried to pop Order a Suit.J. i M rHy- Ro g "More Value for a $ than Any Other House In the State

fib answered with a frown i LIJ ,..-t me
"'!can't flirt any more with yon iMy P. Turner Co. have Just added I
boibana'i coming down." the finest display of samples for mere O O l'i C'-2 J. P. TURNER & COGroceries
chant tailoring that It has been our H' = Z ern
Hanana in Chronic Bronchitis. good fortune to see in this country, and i VI nV : S

the prices are very reasonable. With 'a tj: !!.! Hp3 E. I :ee :c
Jn caM of chronlo bronchitis with over thretf hundred samples to select (\ = s .... ., .

difficult the breathing nse of banana-juice and scanty has expectoration been from. You nice can leave fit your if measure andget 'f .1J-l i it
highly praised. The juice Is preparedby stepped Just as into your as own you tailor personally in New m + Grain, Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizer

cutting up the bananas in small York or Chicago, and ordered ;your suit (J D) s-i
pieces and putting them with plenty of Suits furnished In from 8 to 18 days. *tf O O ,.' trJ = I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
sugar, in a cloned glass Jar. The latteris Q) .
P <: Staple Ac Fancyrocrice Fruit
then placed In cold water whJbh is Cocoanut for Tapeworms.A m ; .' GAD ,
gradually made to boll. When the boil {I) {J} And Food, Products .
ing-point is reached the process is com whole cocoanut grated fine and : tn l"'J S.g Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of
plete. Of the syrup so made a teaspoon taken with its own milk on an empty !1J ....... '
full every hour is the proper dose.- stomach in the morning has been said I l lBREYARD v ... m CD Grain Hay Bran CottonSeed Meal
Philadelphia Dally Medical A t1I'". to cause the expulsion tnnia. This 0 ,
r Item appears periodically in the medical V I Oronud Food and Wheat.I .
press but we have never heard of an ,.j" am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above line of
If people would take the adrice of authentic cane of relief by the measures Goods. I buy close, and 11'11110'1 close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
Dixon Gray the druggists they never suggested.-Philadelphia Daily Medical your patronage. Very truly
would start on a journey without a bottle .
Keui. JAMES HOLMES President.- 33. L. S13bUY.:
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and .
Diarrhoea Remedy. It can always be ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary.
depended upon and Is pleasant to take. e Jensen. GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,

STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.
Melbourne. Mr. Chas. F. Woolf is building a new Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company. -
house on his river front.

/' The Robinson Cruso arrived here from COCOA FLORIDA.Incorporated 'REAL ESTATE Robbins & Graham
Northeast winds and continuous. rains Tltusvllle Sunday noon, with Captain .
for nearly a week. Dies. ,
1880.CAPITAL .
Dr. Lyman is planting 10,000 pineapples Mr. Emeal Hnylbnrt is erecting a _. EXCHANGE
on his Banana place. building the poatoffice.on his place one-half: mile southof : LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE. .

The creek has not been so high as it Pahl Up, $25,000. ,
,has been for the past week, but onco in Mr. John E. Watson's cat-boat paid a Authorized00.000." COCOA Indian River FLA.

five years and then for a day only. flying loaded visit with to the passengers east side-male.on Sunday and fe- We have For Sale a Large List of Carefully Selected Indian

The back-country very wet! all the male. ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.

ponds fulL No danger of a flood sweep The finest bunch of bananas we have. to Loan at Lowest Rates. Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and River Properties
ing everything as at the North.
i seen this season was grown on Mr.. liar-
Exchanged Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Line
Stewart Hall will be repaired and :dee's place and contains over two hundred DIRECTORS .' "
coiled. The attlo will be divided Into fingers. G. S. HARDEB, President Canal and Transportation Co.
rooms for offices or some other purpose. Messrs. J. H. Richards and V. J.LInse JAMES HOLMES, VicePresident.R. By All Inquiries will be promptly
have in for farm B, HOLME8.'Cashier. and reliably answered. Fire Insurance CA,1VAL LA1VDS.norida .
gone a vegetable on the
Master Chester McFadden started on east side. Both are young men, and we ALBERT A. TAYLOR J. M.SANDEBJ written in standard companies at lowest Southern Railway Jacksonville. Tampa &; Key West Railway Company
complete for Ann Arbor, Mich., to hope they will be successful. J. F. WOOTEN. I rates. Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,
his studies at one of its noted and other Low Priced Lands.
,institutions.Mr. We are looking forward with bright
hopes to the opening of an Inlet at Gil to Iaoarn .. .1w "YS on,z34and.:: !
: Ingraham's schooner is nearing bert's Bar. We hope the people will get At Ten and Twelve per cent, in turn to tuft. ...
completion" but at his request will not Interested, and chip in to get the work Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
be launched until he arrives-about the Co.

12th of Nor. done.We think Jensen had Just as well have The Clycle Steamship Address, p. o. box 108, Titusville, Fla.ED'4 .
Mrs; 'E. H.- CummIngs and daughters a few words in the ADVOCATE as all the
arrived from their summer outing. The other places on Indian River's banks. ARD STILIN'GCoeoa -.
steamer landed them at their home Jensen is not on a boom, but Is known '
place railway wharf Melbourne Beach. as a lively cqmmnnity., Indian River, Florida,

We are informed by Dr. A. E. Lyman Dealer in
that he has decided to withdraw entirely Reached Bottom.

from the practice of medicine, and will Prices are' down at Rumph's to bed PAINTS, HARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE &: AGATEWARE,

confine his professional work hereafter rock. Calicoes In standard goods 5 cts.per PLUMBERS' A; MILL SUPPLIES OILS, GLASS A, PUTTY TABLE
.entirely to dentistry. yard; ladles collars, all linen 5 cts. A POCKET C.UTLEBY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
We hear that Captain McFadden has each; bed comforts, 851'cts.. to 1.00; '. A; WIRE CLOT .

o ordered the lumber for a 00ft. schooner blankets' per pair, nice white ones, only 3DOOH.S: S/VfyFE. :TTTsmPS:: : ,:BRIGS
to take the place of the lost Queen, and 1.00 Pautsl pants!I in endless variety ,
will probably have her ready for the pine. from 73 ota to 100. Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath. "
slip! business next spring. Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Game ';
DOWJT THEY 00.Rumph' Doors, Cook Stores and Ranges, Gasoline Stores, Coffins and Caskets;. .;
The late hurricane In the West Indies .' ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Ice
prices on can meats: 21b Mowers ,
I(when the barometer was so low at Tltusvllle corn and roast beet (beat), 3 for 60 cts. New York Charleston and Florida Lines. Cream Freezers; Brick Lime Cement and .-
) produced a very heavy surf lib corn and roast beef only 10 cts. per Chimney Pipe; Flan; 4 Bunting; }
which could be heard booming even can. Bed rock on other lines. 102 ." Table and Pocket Cutlery; Moulding, Scroll Work, etc., etc. .:
above the sound of the rain on a tin The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed Catalogues sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondence .
roof. The wind here at the time was eat.LING RIGHT. solicited and estimates furnished promptly. .
light and variable. to sail as follows : ,
Twelve bed room suits and three hun CALLING AT CHARLESTON S. C., BOTH WAYS.
Mr. J. W. F. Stelfox, who recentlypurchased dred dollars worth of other furniture (KASDAXD. ,rr...)
the Bassett place and also 13 last 30 shows I have and
days; got prices From:New York, From JaekllO".W"Pier The Palace
:acres from Mrs. W. Wilson, on the east styles of furniture to please the People. ( 311,E.K.) STKAHKBFrldny florid Carpet
aide, has contracted for clearing Are Rest assured friends I will not be undersold Sept.:85th, at 8 P. M "BRMUfOLK"..TbarwUy, Oct. let at 3.M PJC. :
,-acres for pineapples and a small but from any source-I buy things Mondiy Sept.lilith,at 8 P. M.-IROOUOI8A....Sunday, Oct. fitly at IM A.X.

comfortable cottage, which will be builton right. Geo. B. Rumph. 102 Friday Wednesday, ,Oc Sepa.. ash M, ,ate aa a P.P..K."ALOONQUIN.Sunday........CHltROKJUt..Tbundar.: Oct.Oct. 8th 6th,, aa at 600 7.30 A.M.A... 48 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. :
the peninsula property.A Monday, Oct. 6th,..I P. x8EM1NOLE .... ....8I111da'. Oct. 11th, aa 10.00.... ,
Wednesday,Oct. Tth, tS P. K."YEMASICSl"..Tuewlay, Oct. 13th, at 14.00 X.IM .
young man who keeps bachelor's Fort Pierce. Friday, Oct. 3 P. K."IROQUOIS"._Thursday, Oct. 15th. atat P..... Where you will find the very beat selection of .
hall during the late wet weather at- Monday Oct. Mtu: ,at 8 P. M."ALOONOUtJJ.Sunday, Oct. 18th, 4.30 .A..
... ... Oct. loth, at S 00 .A....
Wednea Oct. 14th,MS P. day
tempted to put on a pair of rubber boots. r. '. ... Carpets Mats
Mr. Jim Bell leaves to-night for Titusville Friday, Oct. 3 p. M....."8EMINOLE Thuriday, Ocs. 22d at .30 .A. ,
Finding some obstruction in one of them Monday, Oct. mh,atS P. X."YEMASSEII".Sundsy, Oct. 25th, st 10.30 A.M.UJ
on business. ... ........ Oct. rah at : .... Shades Oil cloths .
he removed it, when out came a small Wednesday, Oct Slit, '*8 P. M !KCWUOI9" .Tue lay .... ,
.... Oct. at 1 JO
.. day 89th
Sad atS
Oct. p.
green or grass snake. We hare heard of For the last week have had nothing Friday .ALOONQU1N.Tbun. Mattings Lace '
we Monday. Oct. 96th,at 8 .. a..CHEROHEE'. ,, NOT. let at 4.30 A.K.Wednesay curtains: ", *
snakes In boots before but supposed but rain, and exceptionally high ,Oct.28th MS P. X...8EXlNOLE,' .J""*"** Nor. 3rd, at 6.:00 .A.... &, .'
they were imaginary. This one was tides. Friday, Oct.BUuCatB p. M."v'I'MAB8JtX..Thundar. Nov. 0th at 6.00A.M. Rugs Cornice poles; :

real enough. The schooner "Eliza Beiinet1' left here Potters. China Silks, '
St. J6hns River Line. .
Mrs. Piers (cousin of Mrs. L. D. Lock Saturday, for the Bahamas, for another And Mosquito Nets. :.. .";';'f':'
woodrecelved) a terrible shock last week load of slips. .' '
In the sad news of the sudden death of For Sanford, Enterprise'and Intermediate, Points on Estimates giren.' Samples sent The only exclusive carpet house in Florida..
tar sister Mrs.Joseph Johnston, of Erie, The Florida Canning Company's trade. Our Goods are THE BEST, and the Prices THE LOWEST. *. ,
1' Returning from the funeral of an boat "Irene" left here for her down tripon the ,St. Johns River. Mall orders will receive prompt attention. .
old friend the horses took fright at Tuesday.
something, and overturned the carriage Last Sunday was the first touch of Steamer "_ AYE GLADE" OlnxOs. c*> Oortoott, ,

Not a mark was to be found on Mrs. cold weather we have had, and it madeus Leave Banford, ,Tueedaya and Thundayi,at SJO r.K. BeturoInf 4sepMmo 48, West Bay Street, Jacksonrllle Fla.
Johnston's person but Internal injuries feel quite chilly. ,leave*Sanford Mondays Wednetday.and Friday*,at 10 A.M.
were so severe that she died in less than
ten minutes Mrs. :Piers has been in fee- The mill will soon be running now. Steamer "WEXv-SJKlA.
He health for some time, and the shock Messrs. Butler and Kirk have gone to Leave Jacksonville for Sanford Mondays and Fridays, at SJO f.K. Returning, leavesSanford GEO. LESTER & CO.i i
flan completely paralyzed her. The bring their families down. Sadaye and Wednesdays,a&'.00.. ..
sym Tb.above seamen are fitted up with Ant-claes scoommodaUons for paaaengers, and the
mantes of all go with her In her bereave A beautiful waterspout was aeen on tables will be applied with beet in market.
the Atlantic Ocean last Monday from the
General Passenger and Ticket Offlce.88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
Dr. H. D. Brown and wife of Detroit, Rosedale Pineapple Plantation.Mr. .. OF
Mich., arrived on Friday last Last winter r.K.IKONMONGER,Jr.. Florida Faaaenger AceDt.18 West Bay Sfc,Jacksonville,Jla.
Frank Everett was a little under W. r. OGDeN YAY Traveling raaaenger Agent,6 Bowling Omen New York.J. .
the Doctor came to Melbourne so the weather the end of last week; but .0. PKLOT. Freight Agent on wharf,foot Hogan Street: .JackMnvUto
crippled with rheumatism that he could we are glad to sea him around again allright. JOHN L HOW ARD.I'IurI'" Freight Agent,foot Laura Street,,J.okaouvtUS.Fla.J. ORANGES LEMONS BANANAS ;
aoarcely walk a step. Our genial climateWivs A.LESLIE! Superintendent,foot Laura Street.Jacksonville I'lL'l'HEo.
.0.EOkU.Traftlo Manager,6 DowUnI-iaen jjewYork. ,
beneficial ,
so that when he left us In MAJtSAALL II.CLYDE.; Alit.Tralno Manager ft Bowling Green New York.
the spring he was U agile and supple as a Mr. John Cook left here on Saturday'ssteamer '
)0.4'111&11. His experience hut winter for Port orange. He expectsto WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents., .A.N"D GFi.A.PES: :

was 10 agreeable that he has returned to month.return 'about the begin ng of next IS Soth WJaano..I'IaUa4.1p.' ..... a Bewu.c 0......New YWk. ,
settle permanently we believe, In Mel.bourn
> e, where he will engage In the Messn. Goss, Castle and Bevel left for 264 Washington Street New York.
ratio I of medicine. Dr. and Mrs. TUusvtlle last Thursday. Messrs. Castle '

their. rows Mi are..''ads staying) .and, for Mrs.the present E. C. Thorn, with Bevell and Goss as witness.going to prove up and Mr. JNDC..6..N RIVER I30TEL: ____ '' I II I,

as, at *L '*'' pleasant cottage on Melbourne We Issue a WEEKLY PRICE LIST, and shall be pleased to forward It to '
ar. snue- With Dr. Lyman re W. were glad to see the return of Miss you
tired and D.r.' Fee not caring to practice, Jallie Carleton. She has been on a visit TITUSVILLEIndian on receipt of a postal card.
an excellent\ >Penn7! II here, which we to some of her relatives on the West Stencils Furnished on application
Lope Dr.aro: "n YlU filL Coast Mrs. Olmstead and family returned Rivor, Reference: Wholesale Fruit Trade of the country. <
the boat,
--:. on came Fla. jolyiT-tua

tor Marshal.y WALLACE T. RABBIS.

hereby > candl- Mr. 0. B. Jones, of Spring Hill, Iowa I. )L MABBETTE, '
date for anae1Ul myselfcea* Har- says: MI have used Chamberlain's Pain Florida Real Estate
reelection sCircle the coming 5 town Bum for severe and painful burns with v PBOPR. Exchange
| asw tAOO....... better effect than anything else I have ,

7 3 .B. A. CIRCLE.Don't ever tried. It relieves the pain instantly Open All The Year. MELBOURNE Brevard Co.
and cure without leaving a soar. ,
v- Pain Balm is one of the most useful -
wear ripped coat.. '. and pants> .medicines that any family can be provided Only a few minutes' PROPERTIES OF. ALL BOUGHT, SOLD A; EBC1L42 GED. *
when Jon eau get them menu, ed 10 cheap. with especially for rheumatism, walk from Railway depot TAXES PAID FOB NOY- IDDfrs.
I,. I a reasona- lame back, bruises, tooth-ache "
will sprains
make and mend ,t the earache and like ailments. One application and Steamboat landings.On CONTRACTS TAKEN FOB SETTING OUT ORANGE GROVES. AND
Price, and I wish to aoUclt pub PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS.Indian < .
will relieve tho pain and a fair the banks of the
ors of any who wish to ha.'U trial insure a cure. (0 cent bottles forsale far-famed Indian River River Lands a specialty. Parties wishing to invest, or luring lands tot
dOli" :hrs S. J. Touq- rtf by Dixon A Gray. 84t sale would do well to correspond with us. *->- '*


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That il m my charmer nndentood 0 hJ
"Her waits ronr'-a." For the week, ending last night Oct. m e SaOES: somas:: : ]
TM dlrtm rattled,and 1 f aid, 8, 1861, as compared with that of the P H"P tT1 ::4.t1 !
time _
Til supper ; I
til ItM until they ill bare fed, corresponding week in 1800. Recordedat 5 11.h.I.. n Every. Guaranteed.
TTien jojrrabUiM!1j ,\11 .U. 4 Stock most and
complete most reasonable
prices for
quality of
the U, S. Weather Bureau office, goods. Aim
shall my darling maIden kit A W E:: r complete line of HOSIERY, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS a
With ea<, MB t-3 ,
And take of all 'honeyed bliss> ki ," = III' : -- + 0 H.A..TS .A.ND O.A.PS. .
Sip after Day Max. Mln. MaL Mln tI:2; : "i CDh ..
She came I fondly clasped her tight 1800. OCTOBER. 1801. P : a L Come and see the latest style in DERBY'S and CRUSH HATS.
Bet whence this breeze
89 71 TO 73
Confound the girl 8he'i I nipped to-night
On toasted cheese I IV IWe 10 83 73 81 69If 1 tr1 00 :=;: 20 Per Cent. off Straw Hats
83 76 ro. 63 (D 3cf 1

bathed together In the nrf, 13 78 74 73 66 "i > 1 B. f3; To Close them Out.
We walker! apon the..nd. .13 88 72 75 70 IJ .. _-_- _
We Mt together on the rock, :
14 89 73 83 70 1 pp
I gently pressed her han.l.8b. ? td 0.0
Yams than the other.1 thought, 15 83: 75 80 71 w : DRY GOODS, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, ETC, ETC,
men( J. E. LAXOTJETTK:, Observer.
She raised my hopes,and tnte.l 0 ttJ g; Ror

rat She one daubed day when them 1 tried to pop Order a Suit.J. f IT j jpi hf j.f, ... :f; c::> i "More Value for a $ than Any Other House in the State."

the answered with a frown t 01 iN ,...-4 ct OJO
"I can't flirt any more with roof P. Turner &: Co. have just added "
My husband's coming d wn." the finest display of samples, for merchant 0i :::; J. P. TURNER & COGroceries

tailoring that it has been our H :z: Z eg!

Dananaa In Chronic Bronchitis.Jn good fortune to see In this country, and ,i? .: S

OHM of chronic bronchi with over the prices three are hundred very reasonable.samples to select With (\ V H S "iI :E. L. :ee :c .,
difficult breathing and scanty expectoration =
the use of banana-Juice has boon get from.just You as nice can a leave fit as your if measure personally and 'f e .1JL I y y tT1
highly praised. The juice Is propared you 91n W Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
into own tailor in New ;
banana In step your .. ecn' ,
by cutting, up the small Chicago, and ordered your suit. (I D) 9, h-I = ,
pieces fend putting them with plenty of Suits furnished in from 8 to 12 days. *tf I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
In a cloned glass jar. The latter g ...: .
sugar, .. l
It then placed In cold water whfbh isgradually Cocoanut for Tapeworms.A I 8H L IJ <::; Eo S.tId Staple Ac iBViney Groceries, Fruit

made to bolL When the boll' m :; t'I1 .CDt ._, And Food Products .
ing-point Is reached the is whole cocoanut grated fine and
process com ..
Of All Kinds. Also Stock !
plete. Of the syrup so made a teaspoon taken with Its own milk, on an empty .w n : My o
full every hour is the proper dose...' *Stomach In the morning has been said .q 8 m" V Grain Hay Bran CottonSeed Meal
Philadelphia Pally Medical Ntw,. to cause the expulsion: tonia. This m iO 'e ; ,
item appears periodically in the medical .' Ground Food and Wheat.

If people would take the advice of press but we have never heard of an ; I' am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above line of
Dixon A Gray the druggUts they never authentic case of relief by the measures Goods. I buy close and will sell close. invite your correspondence and solicit
suggested.-Philadelphia Medical
your patronage. Very truly
would without
start on a journey a bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Netn. BREVARD COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President.' E. I,. mi A'DY.

Diarrhoea Remedy. It can always be ALBERT A. TATLOR Secretary. -

depended upon..- .- and. -Is..pleasant...-. ...- to take. .: Jensen. GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER 8. GRAHAM
STATE INDIAN RIVER Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.
Melbourne. Mr Chas. F. Woolf Is building a new BANK Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company. '
house on his river front.

"' The Robinson Cruso arrived here from COCOA FLORIDA REAL ESTATE Robbins & Graham
Xortlienst winds and continuous rains Titusville, Sunday noon, with Captain ,
for nearly a week. Oles. ,
Incorporated 1880.CAPITAL .
Dr. Lyman is planting 10,000 pineapples Mr. Emeat Ilnylburt is erecting a ,
on his Banana place. of building the po on toffice.his place one-half mile south : I EXCHANGE, LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE.We .

The creek has not been so high as Itbas Paid Up, $2 ,OOO. ,
been for the past week but onco In Mr. John E. Watson's cat-boat paid a
i $10OOOO. COCOA Indian RiYer FLA.
five years, and then for a day only. flying loaded visit with to the passengeis east side-male.on Sunday and fe Authorized, have For Sale a Large List of Carefully Selected Indian

The back-country Is very wet all the male. ACCOUNTS SOLICITED -

ponds full. No danger of a flood{ sweep- The finest bunch of bananas we have Property of All Kinds Bought Sold and River Properties
to Loan at Lowest Rates.
ing away everything as at the North. seen this Honey
season was grown on Mr. liar-
Stewart Hall will be repaired and dee's place and contains over two hundred DIRECTORS: Exchanged. Agents. for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Line

.colled. The attic will be divided Into fingers. G. S. HARDEn President. Canal Transportation Co.
for offices other JAMES HOLMES Vice-Presldent. I By AH Inquiries will be promptlyand
rooms or some purpose. Messrs. J. H. Richards and V. J.Line
Master Chester have gone in for a vegetable farm on the R. B. DOLMEs.'Ca hler. reliably answered. Fire Insurance C.A:1VAL: LAN'DS.Florida .

Friday last for Ann McFadden Arbor, started Mich. on to east side. Both are young men, and we ALBERT A. TAYLOR J. M. ,SANDERS. written In standard companies at lowest Southern Railway Jacksonville Tampa A Key West Railway Company
complete his studies at one of its noted, hope they will be successful. J. F. WOOTEN. rates. Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,
and other Low
institutions. We are looking forward with bright Priced.Lands.

Mr. hopes to the opening of an inlet at Gil Money: : to Xjoctzx: .jSLLTOrnsrjs oxx:

completion Ingraham's but at schooner his Is nearing bert's Bar. We hope the people will get e At Ten and Twelve per cent, in sums to rurt. .,
launcher request will not Interested, and chip in to get the work Write for Descriptive Price List of Selected
be until he arrives-about the Carefully Properties.

12th of NOT.Mrs. done.We think Jensen had just as well have The ClyJe( Steamship Co Address, p. o. box 108, Titusville, Fla.ED"1i.l' .

'E. II. Cummings and daughters a few words in the ADVOCATE as all the
arrived from their summer outing. The other places on Indian River' banks. .a STILI1"VG.Coeoa .
'steamer landed them at their borne Jensen is not on a boom, but is known '

.Place, railway wharf Melbourne Beach. as a lively c mmunlt)'. Indian River, Florida,

We are informed by Dr. A. E.: Lyman ) i: Dealer in
that he has decided to withdraw entirely Iteached Bottom.

confine from the his practice professional of medicine work, hereafter and will Prices are down at Rumph's to bod PAINTS, HARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE & AGATEWARE,
.entirely to dentistry.We rock. Calicoes in standard goods, 5 cts. PLUMBERS' A MILL SUPPLIES, OILS GLASS A PUTTY TABLE
per yard; ladles collars all linen 5 cts. POCKET.CUT BARBED WIRE WIRE NETTING, I
bear that Captain MoFadden has each, bed comforts 81f 'eta. to $1.00; 'A WIRE CLOTH.nOOR15 .
ordered the lumber for a 60ft.. schooner blankets, per pair nice white ones, only ..
-to take the place of the lost Queen and $1.0% Pautsl pants!! In endless variety : SbS$, LXNDS: BRICK': ., ,.t1
will probably have her ready for the pine from 75 eta to $1.00. Lime& Cement, Shingles & Lath < '

islip business next spring. Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gauze .'
The late'hurricane In the West Indies DOWN TOT oo.Rumph's Doors Cook Stoves and Ranges Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;' .i
prices on can meats: 21b ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers Ice ,
{when the barometer low h
insvllle) produced a was so at TI. corn and roast beet (best), 3 for CO cts. New York, Charleston and Florida Lines. Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime Cement and "v
which could be heard very heavy surf lib corn and roast beef only 10 eta. per Chimney Pipe; Flags; 4 Bunting; ;, I
booming even can. Bed rook on other lines 103BIGHT. Table and Pocket Cutlery Mouldings Scroll Work '
above the sound Steamships ; etc.,etc. y
_of the rain tin
on a
The of this Line
magnificent are
roof. The wind here at the time was ut.L1NG: .. appointed Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondence.
light and variable.Mr. to sail as follows : solicited and estimates furnished promptly. I

Twelve bed room suits and three hun.dred CALLING AT CHARLESTON S. C., BOTHRAXDAKD WAYS. ,
J.: W. F. Stelfox who
recently dollars worth of other furniture .- -
'purchased the Bossett place and also 13 last 80 shows I have ( .TIHS.) .
days; got priceslUl From New From JacklOa.We.l'1er
:acres from Mrs. W. Wilson, 'on the east styles of furniture to please the People. ( 28,E.York B.) STEAMER Florida. The Carpet Palace =

aide, has contracted for clearing five Rest assured friends I will not be undersold Friday at 8 P. M...."8KMINOLE," .......Thursday, Oct. 1st, at 2.00 PJC. '
:acres' for pineapples, and a small but from any source-I buy things Monday Rept.468th.! all P. "IROOUOISSunday. Oct. 4th, at S.OO A.M.
comfortable cottage which will be builton right. Geo. B. Rumph. 102"' Wednesday,Sept.30th|at a P. M.......ALG NptN,"......Sunday, Oct. 6th. at 600 .I.."
the Friday, Oct. M. aSS P. M."CHfROKEE".Thursday. Oct. 8th, at TM A.M. 48 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
peninsula property. Monday. Oct. 11th,at I P. K "BEMINOLK .Buaday.! Oct. llth, at 10.00.... ,
A who Wednesday,Oct. 7th,at S P M..4."YKMABSFJI".Tuesday, Oct. 13th at U.OO M.
young man keeps bachelor's Fort Pierce. Friday Oct. Otn,at S P. M."IROQUOIS".Thursday Oct. Il1tb. at 1 JO P.M. Where you will find the very best selection of .'
hall, .during the late wet weather at Monday, Oct. Uth at 8 P. 1I..ALGUNQUINt..8uada,, Oct. 18th at 4 JO A." .
tempted to put on pair of rubber boots. Wednesday Oct. 14th,at 8 P. M. ,. .*.,...Tuesday Oct. 20th, at Leo A.M.
Mr. Jim Bell leaves to-night for Titus Friday, Oct. 18th at S P. K..BEJIl.sOL .Thursday, Oct 22d.: at T JO A.M. Carpets Mats
finding some obstruction In one of them Monday, Oct. liHh,ate P. M...."YEMASSEd".Sunday, Oct. mtEi, at 10.30 A... .
he removed it, when out came a small ville on business. Wednesday, Oct. gut, at S P. M.."IROgUOIS l....*.....Tuesday, Oct. arth, at 12.90 P... Shades, Oil cloths, '
snake. Friday, Oct. fad, at I P. .. ... Oct. 29th, at 1 JO P.M.
or We have
green heard .ALOONQIJINI"1'hunda1.
grass of For the last week have bad
snakes in we noth Monday, Oct. !*>th,at 8 P. ........CHXROKEEI. ......Sunday Nor. 1st. at 4JOA.M.NOT. Mattings, Lace curtains .
boots .
before but supposed, ing but rain, and exceptionally high Wednesday,Oct.28th at 8 P. 1I..8EML'IIO / .....Tuesday: 3rd, at 8.30 A.M. : .
they were Imaginary. This one was' tides. Friday, Oct.suth,art r. >...."}'lOIA.88..Thundar. Nor. 6th, at00 A.M. Rugs Cornice poles',

real enough. The schooner "Eliza Bennet" left here River Po tiers China Silks
Mrs. Piers (cousin of Mrs. L. D. Lock- Saturday for the Bahamas, for another St. Johns Line. 'A Mosquito Nets. .
woodrecelved) a terrible shock last week load of slips., ,

her In the sad of the sudden death of The Florida Canning Company's trade. For Sanford Enterpriseand Points on Estimates given.. Samples sent The only exclusive carpet house in Florida.
Joseph Johnston of Erie, Our Goods are TUE BEST, and the Prices THE: LOWEST.
boat "Irene" left here for her down
Ta. Returning from the funeral of an trip the St. Johns River.
old friend 'the horses took fright at on Tuesday. Mall orders will receive prompt attention.

something, and overturned the carriage. Last Sunday was the first touch of Steamer "E I3'YE GLADE" c cs: Oorloett,
Not a mark: was to be found on Mrs. cold weatner we have had, andit madeus .
Johnston's but Internal Leaves Jacksonville for Sanford Sundays Tuesdays and Thursdays,at 3.30 p.M. Returning 4sept-8mo 48, West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
person Injuries eel
quite chilly. ,leaves Banfoni Mondays,Wetlnesdays andrtdare.,at 10 A.M.
were so severe that she died in less than
tan minutes Mrs. Piers has been in fee- The mill will soon be running now. Steamer ff"W'"ELAKA.."

tie health for some time and the shock Messrs. Butler and Kirk have gone to Leaves Jacksonville for Sanford Mondays and Fridays, at SJO r,K. Returning leave.Banford GEO. LESTER & CO.
lias completely paralyzed her. The sympathies bring their families down.A Sundays and Wednesdays AI 1.00 A. M.
of all with her in her bereavement beautiful The above steamers an attedup with'unit-class accommodations for passengers, and the
go water-spout was seen on tables will be supplied with best In market.
the Atlantic Ocean last Monday from the
Dr. H.. D. Brown and wife, of Detroit, Rosedalo Pineapple Plantation.Mr. General Passenger and Ticket Offlce,88 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. RECEIVERS OF

Mich., arrived on Friday last. Last winter I 1".IRONMONGER Jr. Florida Passenger Agent,S8 West Bay Be.,Jacksonville Fla.
Frank Everett little under
the Doctor was a W. r. OOUKN K A vTTraTelingrassenwrJeent,6 Bowling Green,New York.J. .
Gain to Melbourne, so I the weather the end of last week; but .O. PE W T, Freight Agent,on wharf font Slogan Btree Jacksonville Fla.
crippled with rheumatism that he could we are glad to see him around again all JOHN L. HOWARD.Fforida Freight A ooarcely walk a step. Our genial climate J. A.LC8LI B Superintendent,foot Laura Street JacksonTille Fla. BANANAS
wos so beneficial that when he left us in right. THEO.U. EtlkIt,Trame Manager 5 Bowling Green New York. ,
.. Bowling Green,Kew York. ,
MARSHALL\ II.CLYUK,.u. Traffic Manager
the spring he was u agile and supple as a Mr. John Cook loft here on Saturday'ssteamer

)'oi'1g lad. His experience last winter for Port orange. lie expects WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen'l Agents. AND
was ,IO agreeable that he has returned to to return about the begin ng of next GRAPES,
settle permanently we believe in Melbourlti month. 11 South Wharves Philadelphia' I B.wUii Grew Now Yerit.

*, where he will engage In the Messrs. Ooss, Castle and Bevell left for .264
of Washington Street New York.We
) raeffo medicine. Dr. and Mrs. TltusvlUe last Thursday. Messrs. Castle .
lJron are staying, for the present, with and Goes going to and Mr. ,
prove up JNDJ.6..N: RIVER: : :aO'JEJI.r.TITUSVILLE:
their lddnda.: Mr. and Mra E. C. Thom. Bevell as witness. .
as, at t t 'eIr Peasant cottage on Melbourne
vary anus With Dr. Lyman re We were glad to see the return of Miss I Issue a WEEKLY PRICE LIST, and shall be pleased to forward it to you
tired and D.b Fee not caring to practice, Jallle Carleton. She has been on a visit on receipt of a postal card.
*n excellent opening is here which we to some of her relatives on the West Stencils Furnished on application.
bope Dc wiU AlL Coast Mrs. Olmatead and family re- Indian River
11uv.- turned on the same boat. Reference: Wholesale Fruit Trade of the country. <
Fla.L jniyiMmo
Circle for Marshal. WALLACE T. ttumur.


t hereby saaeumat myself as a eandl- Mr. C. B. Jones, of Spring mil( Iowa, J M. UABBETTE
date for >r the office of Marine says: "I have used Chamberlain's Pain Za
lha1 and.Iectlon Collector fc, coming townttecUon Balm for severe and painful burns with k PBOFB. Florida Real Estate Exchange

gt better effect than anything elite I have ,
7.5 .B. A. ClacUoDoa' ever tried. It relieves the pain Instantly
and cures without leaving a scar." Open All The Year. MELBOURNE Brevard Co. FLA.
"and Pain Balm is oe of the most useful ,
& wear ripped c(, panta"", medicines that any family can be pro PROPERTIES OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT
then yen can get them mend *>cheapJy. vided with, especially for rheumatism Only a few minutes'walk
I win make a reasons.ld' lame back sprains, bruises tooth-ache from Railway depot TAXES PAID FOR NONRESIDENTS.CONTRACTS .
Pries and and 1DeDd' the pat. ear-ache and like ailments. One application and Steamboat landings.On TAKEN FOR SETTING OUT ORANGE GROVES AND
I .
wish to .:solicit'
will relieve the pain and a fair PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS.Indian ,
oUJt 01 the banks of the
any who wish to bay rosesuch trial Insure a cure. 60 cent bottles for I. River
Lands a specialty. Parties for
far-famed Indian to lands
ork dOli. tt River. wishing invest or having
Kra. Ale Dixon A .
8. J. Toaag. by Gray. 84t sale would do well to correspond with Us, 'j. .
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