East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 13, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00131
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NOTICES. -Mr. William Gillette of New York, -Mr. J. J. Flannery has been on a f ..Odd pants from D cents to $7.00 at Those fine suits just received at the -Fine Collection- of Indian River and : '

arrived here Tuesday. trip to St. Sebastian this week. the Dazaar.r. Bazaar Sit other Florida views at Woodward-;\,
Izer."tllt EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Furnished cottage to let. Apply at -Mr. S. Ill: Ray and family have moved tent Tltusvllle. *i ,
-Altree buys what you don't want W. K. Sheldon and family of
service ; 11. Altree'1 Into their new residence. of Jackson .
Wrln e every Sunday morning at Conductor Dcarltom
and sells you what you do want. -! Jutland, Vt., were In town Tuesday. <
Rev. B.F.Frown will officiate the second and -Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ferguson of Photographs at Woodward's tent vlllova* In town Saturday. "
fourth Sunday*-morning at 11 and evening at -If you want help male or female ..-Part of our first Invoice of spring
TX o'clock. Toronto Canada arrived here on Wednesday Tltusvllle, Fla., as good as the Iwst." -AH roe has for Immediate sate, lot ()tlargo ,
at Altrcu's General and
register your name .summerginghams. are now open.
School at a o'clock
Sunday p. m. *
reasonable his work 1
Prices see oil tanks largo
; purchase-block,
Holy Communion second Sunday In themonib. Supply Stores Tltusvllle, Fla. 1 Gardner ft Son. 1*
-Mr. J. T. Hogg of Eau Gallte lifts -Mix* ,Charlotte Palmer ls In town kitchen stoves tents, sowing! machine, ,
Rer. B. F. Knows, Rector.rnssnr'rERUN -For Sale, a square, grand piano two -Ir, R. Vlall of Providence R. I. *
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been in town this week in attendance on again, tho !guest of In. B. R. Wilson, and sailboat.
sal stools and cover; perfect order; very town
CHURCH. the grand jury. cheap If immediately. Address G. North Tltusville.Go -Stop at the Tltusvlllo Meat )Market .

Preaching; every Sabbath at 11 a.m. and 754 -W. R. Knox has been busy this past W. Scliuylcr, Indianola. .L'f. ,-Mr. Guy I. Metcnlf returned to to tho Bazaar for your straw on Washington Avenue, when you coma, tl

I line 4 p.meeting m. .Sabbath every Wednesday School at evening 9:30 a.at m.T:M.Rer. Prayer. week painting! the front of Mr.' Budge's -1111'1I. II. R. Olmiitcad of Eau Gallic Jacksonville. from New York Wednos- Imt. Tho latest novelties just received. to town. Fresh eggs! chickens, ..egeta.hlt'lI .- .

Jso. Foe, Pantor.BAPTIST store, and making It look like stone. ; day. Also the nicest line of "crush" hats 'In beef pork sausages Tennosco butter ,
Mrs A. Cole, of Baltimore "mlIi'll.. E.:
'I. olicttL' Altree will save In hardware IIouso to rent from throe to ten town. e etc E.: J. Davis, manager. 'tt 1
you money II. Titus gave our ofiice a pluannnt call '
--= CHURCH. brick lime plaster doors, 'sash, yqpterday.Mr. room, furnished, on Indian River.-Ap- -Mr. A. J. McDulTee, Miss A. C. -John E. Bennett, of Marion countyFlorida '

, Preaching IK m. Similar every scltixil 4th Sunday every Sunday at 11 a.at m.4 p.and7H m blinds paints. Special orange box nailB.Ir. .- Thos. DcSteubon Wave- ply to A. Hlldretli Indianola Merritt'sIsland Rowley and Win. llett of Chicago! arrived who has sold his farm to plioplmto *- }
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Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7M P-n Flit" :21* ol
halt piece
: In town Wendesday's: train.Money I speculators bought a
Law. RAI".A.D.CoHEoI'I'astor. -) and )1\11. W. S. Conner startedfor land, has been In town during the week
,, ,.. Lake Worth Saturday{ ,' and will remain keeping the MID of court and shaking -Mr. J. Hugh) Murphy, prosecuting I Money! t Money I 11 II I to hammock from IhtLlnll.Grlham and
attorney for Orange county has been In will return In ft few day and build .
there for few weeks. We real to Robbing
., CATHOLIC CHURCH. a were hands with his many friends. loan on estate. Apply
n '*". : town during; the week in attendance at house set out a grove and become a 4i
Mam and Sermon at IflU o'clock a.m. Sunday sorry to see such pleasant company leave Graham, Tltusvllle, Fla. e ,
-For sale, l.flOO acres of land fronting
morning at Masonic hall. the Circuit Court permanent resident of Brevard county i
Rev.J. F. O'ltuvtR, Rector. us. four miles on Indian River In South -1.\.1I1'RI: Mm. A. Cole of Baltimore
-Mr: and Mrs M. E. Grubcr Mrs. F. -A beautiful 14-room.residence snd( aground
-Parties wishing a first clans article Brevard. For Information address W Md., has opened a fashionable dress
.T--- T. Miss Stella Hale and several milesof New York
of pure guava jellie will do well to call A. Baugh Tltusvllle Fla. 24tf. Budge making establishment at the residenceof within 00
Distances by Steamer from Titnavllle others made last for Florida land.
up a jolly party Friday City will bo exchanged
onor address Mrs. Sarah M. Allen Mrs. E. H. Titus Tltusvlllo. l4t I
.' to Fla. 2U4t -W.L. Palmer"Esq., of the firm of and took a trip on' the ."::;t. Augustine" Must be on Indian River. Also some
Miles. Georgians Beggs A: Palmer of Orlando Is noting as as far as Ormond returning Saturday. -\\'RntOlI. some good budded orange valuable land on icing Island. All sir '

Hardeevllle. .... .. .. ... 12 -A gunsmith's shop has been started StateR' Attorney at the present term: of They report' a very plu'tsant trip and trees. State variety, nge* of bud), size! tlrely free from encumbrance of any ?

14 in Capt. Pritchard's building on Court, his )partner .1. D. Be!:K*, EnqM highly\ delighted with the price, etc. Address J. O. \"alton. Eau Address J. II. Albert Tltu vllla; t
are on kind.
ny.Pro Sharpen, .. .. .. .... ..... .. 17 scenery ,
City Point.... ,. ... ......18 Main street by L. R. Higher of Ocala being unavoidably absent. Mr. Palmer the up-river route Gallle I Indian River, Fla.Mr. Florida. 25- 't',

i Indianola,.,.. ..., .. ..4. 20 who Is prepared to do all kinds of ma- enjoys the honor of being Mayor of Or Will. S. Sheets of Faycttevllle,
the cashier of the IlanovcV Wilkinson popular _
:. ,;'.Merritt, ... .. ... ....;... 22 chine work as well as repair gun lando. -Donnili. N. C., IM In town on a visit to Captain -Ir. H. ..
'Cocos... .. .. ... .. .. .. 24lIardee'B. Hank, of New York, who tim deputy scr- proprietor of the "Wilkinson Cottages; .
,.. .. ... .. .. 25; -Dr. and Mrs. W. E Baker, wh'ohave -We acknowledge receipt of a very ;eont-nt-arms of the House of Representatives and Mrs. R. 1'. Paddlson 1 and will remain Rockledge gave us a pleasant call Wed. 4 ',,

{jot I. Rockledge .' .. ..t..t. 24 been stopping at F.ockedge! for a pretty hanging! picture and calendar "'allllent to Florida after to testify for a week or so longer before re nesday. On Tuesday, Fob. 17th, there
e, 1 CoquIna. .. .. .. ... ... ... .29 short time returned her. Saturday, on from Mr. C. C. Converse of Brantley the I ns to tho sliver and who turning to North Carolina and Evening: 8o-N '
pool be Lawn
was will a Party
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Georgians their to Palatka St. Augustine and "'
way Indian River of the Paine FertilIzer dbl not hold Its regular '" '
agent here a few days going from hero td Indian Council clad with refreshment at this channing
Brantley,. .. ... .... ..',' .. 37 ,
tiled! i.j Tropic. ... .......... .... .. .. 42 other places before returning to their Co. They are a credit to the firm River ha been hoard of In New meeting yesterday on account of the absence place. It I laIn connection with the Indian
ten '?+ Eau Gallic.. .. .. .+ .... ... :30 home .In_ _PimtiHvlviinlfi-__.._ .'__n_ who sent them, and deserve hanging Ina Orleans lie expresses his willingnessto of Captain "Fischer wits Is down River Sabbath School Convention land

: ''- Melbourne.,. .... .:.. .. ... 53 58 -We 'are In receipt of a handsome prominent place. go to Washington/ mid tell all he the river anti )Ir. S. II. Ray Is In Jack If the weather I II propitious, we J

,ow', .,- Tlllman Malabar :... ..u ... 00 illustrated folder from Mr. Ackorly of -The Rt. Rev. E. (I. Weed of the knows.-Palatka Jlrrulil. I sonville. Mr. Belcher being on the grand have no doubt there will be a large at O

; Micco, ,. 03 the J., T. A K. W. Railway. It has Diocese of Florida ,will visit Tltusville -We place on sale to day 200 remnants jury and unable to be present, there tendance. Dr. llughlott who 1 Is pre*&-, ',"

'Sebastian.0. .,. .. ... 73 some very plcturesqo views on It, and Is on Wednesday the 25th lnt. He will extra heavy outing flannel! 2 to 15 was no quorum. A meeting will be hold dont of tho above generally manages
Orchid 80 a creditable looking affair in every way. hold service 10 and administer on Monday, If a can he obtained. a
- :. Enos. ..... 83w at 7:: p. m., yards, very desirable patterns. Gardner quorum\ these affair! In a very successful manner
."';" *;" Narrows. 80 -Dr. R. C. Hutchinson and Messrs. the right of confirmation If there &: -Call at the Bazaar for a "Philadel -To-Night (Friday). An Elocutionary

0',' ;' ''St. Lncle .. ..10 ; Fort Pierce .. ..109. Sackett's at Heath. Messrs. and the neatest shape ever'made toa
i I I .i.'l',Ankona, .116U -The. commodious building erectedby have: bt>cn spending a few weeks visiting out at Masonic Hall, over Bank by Miss "

'I, "" 'I+,. \ ,Eden r. .. .. .... .... .... .123 Grist and Davis left here to take possession Mr. Marion!!.EGrubcr, just north of lr"'J ""-O, Norwo drat Sharpe ,who coat ,You _can.,get thom anywhere Clora Moure)'.' The programme wlll,1>o ''s4
%,.: -,.. Waveland..*.. ..130 Tuesday and Dr. Hutchinson 'and the residence of Dr. 'Wilson Is receivingIts I Is a brother of the former came up on next season but you will )have to go to full of {Interest and amusement, and will n '

'r. .. Jupiter .... Mr. Clune were to follow Wednesday. finishing touches and will bo ready the Sweeney hut Friday en-r'wtt to the Bazaar for them this season. "We consist of a variety of the most popular a

,,:' LAKE WORTH ISLET TO 'They expect to remain there for some for occupancy next week when It will Ocala, where they will spend the balance lead." recitations, impersonations, tllaletlo

' : .'. :New River. .... ... .,..*. 57NarrowsCut.8I months for the purpose of bunting fishing be opened Ia first-class boarding house of the winter. They will be joined at -Tho Public Spirit in Its last Issue dramatic, oratorical sentimental. and, ,

8 ,, : *-. '. :. ( i etc. by Mrs. Decker, whose ability to make, a that point by Mr. Trimble who I I. president says: "What's the matter with the and humorous Elbe the bet thon.
Cape Florida,. W) I -Mr. Jno. Asplnwall, of Eau Gallle.wa of the Is undoubted. Co.f A car- will enliven the
success undertaking East Coast Transportation nnd mirth
"Soldier Key.... .'., 05 of the Florida Standard Phosphate Anecdote
1 In town Saturday last, and we were load of Grain Feed and Fertilizer shipped and a half the proceed '
Elliotts Key .. .103 -Down at Tltusvllle the council has Co., of Marion County entertainment; *
Key .IllKey 'to see his genial countenance passed an ordinance prohibiting duck Judge Brown of Atlanta Georgia from Jacksonville on the 28th of go to the Ladle Guild of st. Gabriel' lh

West,. Inside the ADVOCATE office. He came shooting within the corporate limits. brother of Senator Brown of that State Jan. was received by J. M. Sanders on Episcopal church we trust there will bean
1 up to meet his mother who was to arrive The ducks have succeeded In getting the 30th-ahead of the mall! Call and overflowing house. Ticket for sale tat
and uncle to our townsman Mr. J, P.
; here from New York on the above afternoon hold of a copy of that ordinance and Turner of the People's Cash Bazaar get supplied at lowest cash prices." J. W. Roger A Co.'* tore, price 23 f
FOCAL NEWS. on her to Mr. and Mrs. i' '
J way Asplnwall'a have thoroughly posted themselves In baa been on a visit to his relative In TI- -Chas. T. McCarty Esq., of Ankona cent Performance to commence nt

. .1.1r 'II' home at Eau Gallle regard to Its requirements and penalties.The tusvllle for a few days. The Judge tooka was In town this week In attendance on eight o'clock prompt. Secure your t d'

) r ,: .Society and General Ooulp In connection -Mr. C. P. Horton president of Canaveral consequence l Is, that whenever they trip down the river stopping 'at court Mr. McCarty I is.a practicing attorney eat. a* early as possible and avoid the, f#

1 with Indian River and Lake Worth sea Club; and Mr. R. C. Heaton a see a man and a gun In a boat, they City Point and Rockledge returning on and one of the most energetic rush. '

1'1' "., lions during pat week.About Brief mention Ton of member, both of whom have been stayIng take the most direct route for the limits Monday last, and leaving for Us homeon citizens of South Brevard. He I Is the -Mr. G. W. Van Sickle) iiperlnteiul- feat }

Interesting Know and Kventat People Ton Don't People Know at the Club during the past two or and then turn around and look at the noon train Tuesday much pleased possessor of a fine pineapple plantation of Sabbath School work In Florid .

}, f three weeks returned here on Sunday him with a sort of "now shoot if and combines fruit growing with his law church preached'
ff : Picked np by: Our Society you with his visit to this section, and full of In the Presbyterian '.
t tI and left for Ormond and St. Augustine dare" expression that must be very annoying anticipations of a much longer sojourn practice; and when opportunity offer U the Rev. John FO)'* church In the morning

i ti Sy Advertisement under this heading Monday. They are expected back tomorrow to sportsmen.-Southern Touriit.Rev. with us next winter. always ready to help home-seeker to and evening of but Sabbath presented .

, i 4 are ten cent per line per week.; or Sunday.The I J. T. Huntington and laughter Scotch, Tolle duNord and domestic secure a satisfactory location If they the claim of the Christian Endeavor -, i,
masons and carpenters have to seek the lower river. and organized a society of the "
; Miss Charlotte, arrived here from propose .
; opened. Can show
1i 1i 1 ) .-Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven' ginghams just you
" :- completed their work on.the County I Hartford Conn., on Saturday. On the choicest of spring patterns now, Some months since Postmaste-Genl. same with twenty member The following i
Five Cents per copy. vault and as soon as the furniture for Monday morning Mr. John Huntington Gardner A:; Son Wannamaker offered a gold medal to officer were duly elected President {!

-jy Please watch the date on yellow the same Is received and placed In position -I. drove his sister out to their place at Au- each of the eleven dlvUlon Into which Mr*. John Foy; Vice-President

printed slip at bead of this paper or Mr. Stewart will move the county I i ranua.. ana the Jtev.. wr. Huntington was -The steamer "Sweeney" has been the United State I II divided, to be awarded Mr*. R. P. Paddison; Recording Socty,

upon wrapper. Do not allow your subscription records Into their new depository. The I to follow on the noon train. When he haYIng a very heavy freight traffic durIng to the postal clerk making the best Miss Kate Paddison; Corresponding" r i z

} to expire. building appears to be rather small, taking I was about to start he was Informed the past week. She went up with record. The committee appointed by Secretary, Miss Lena Norwood; Treasurer

-Altree sells the two best stoves on into consideration the rapid development that the 12:40: train would not stop atAurantla. 1,200 boxes of oranges last Friday and Mr. L. M. Terrell superintendent of Miss Lulu Hoslck. An adjourned

".'top of earth-Charter Oak for coal or of Brevard county; but an additioncan so he had to postpone his with another load of the same amount this-the 4th division-met at Atlantathe meeting was held Tuesday evening the

wood; New Process for.gasoline.I be added as further needs necessitate until(Tuesday morning. This Is ML aHuntIngton' on Sunday. The facilities for loadingand 3rd Inst., and made the award for 10th Inst., at which the several'standing

-Mr. C. J. Hector one of Melbourne's. enlargement. first visit to Indian River unloading at New Smyrna are not this division. Mr. Henry M. Robinson Ing committee were appointed; and

prominent merchants,' gave our Imce a -Bro. Andrews the popular editor of and she seems to like It Very much. very good; and we are Informed that almost of the Charlotte A Atlanta railway work laid out for the future. Much- ..

pleasant call Saturday. the Cocoa Public Spirit, says the grip Her next trip will be to Rockledge. Mr the entire night Is consumed at postoffice wa awarded the medal mak. thusla m wa manifested, and the Indication
i I has raged among his force sparing none, Hnntlngton's many friends were glad to that point In unloading the heavy loads Ing the following the best record: separations are that the work )In band will ie
; Rev. J. T.
.on Sunday morning from the devel to the editor-in-chief. If nee him in TltusvIUe again. He will of oranges she U carrying at present made, 4SO; cards handled 10080; pushed to a successful conclusion. An

Huntington, of Hartford, Conn., wiU Bro. Andrews has had It as bad as one conduct divine service at the. Episcopalchurch and In loading the down-river freight cards correct 10080; cards wrong 2. hour before the Sabbath evening "enrca( \

conduct divine service at SL Gabriei'sEpiscopal of the ADVOCATE staff, we hope It will at eleven o'clock Sunday morn- and a supply of wood sufficient to last Percentage correct,90.08. 030: p. m.-was selected for the weekly -, v

Church.Mr. not visit his sanctum again. Next to ing. .1 for the round trip. The traffic is so Lieut James A. Swift, chief of the | prayer meeting; and the Sabbath

John n. Mellor gave us a call on intermittent fever, It Is the worst com -Mr. Geo. F. :Ensey, of tropic was la heavy on this steamer at present that It Signal Service In this section received School lesson for the next ucceedlag

Wednesday, and said he had been quite plaint that baa ever tackled us. It doa't town Wednesday and Informed as that Is about all she can do to make her regu- order from the War Department, by Sabbath wu chosen a* the *ubj ct.yp I'

ill with the grippe and that he was returning cause many deaths but the suffering attached while Mr John Beach, of Melbourne, lar trip., even when there are no unnecessary yeaterday's mall to report, without delay -

home to Chicago that day owingto to it .. most 'painful. When a and his uncle Dr. Bacon, with his Unit delay. In Washington City D. C,, for promotion Locals Continued on Pag 9, /

I patient recovers, he wonders how he boy (about 10 years of age) were sailingon _The past week baa been full of accident and left, with his family on the $
Indian River Sabbath School got over it, and how much more he' Indian River Monday afternoon to the fleet of the Indian River ten o'clock train hut night This order, HEZEKIAH'S CHRONICLE. -'.

Convention will be 'held In the Methodist would be able to stand without dying. about 4 p. m. the boat capsized, aboutone Steamboat Company. The run to JupIter we understand, does not relieve the (A Va.a&.....) ', _,_ '

[ church, Cocoa, on Tuesday, Feb. -Mrs. W. P. Underwood who not and a half miles north of TropIc Is very long, and under the most Lieutenant from duty here; but It I* not -

'k 17th af 1030 o'clock a. m. Everybody long ago moved to New Smyrna from Mr. Beach swam for the shore, while favorable circumstance I* not an easy likely he will return a* be anticipates The first column of thej Aui

I*Invited. this town and who, shortly thereafter Dr. Bacon and the little boy held on to one; but with the numerous canal on receipt of order relieving him from this of yesterdaj'f iiue of ,Ibatftur

-". Among the guesU of the Peck House was subjected to a most painful Accident the boat. Upon Mr. Beach stating the the lower river which are said to be station upon his arrival in Washington. page was adorned by the labored

Cocoa last ",-eek. were: Rev. Josiah while riding with her sister U slowly) ease, Mr. Ens Immediately) started off filling up at many point, the route I la If not be will request a leave of absence attempt to be funny of an lndld _

Tyler, Natal, South Africa; Miss NellieC. convalescing. She baa been confined to In his row-boat, while John Quincy, extremely hazardous and well calculated as during his twelve year of service In ual named "HezekUh" whose liver

Tyler Umsundugi, South Africa; to her bed for four month., having only with his sloop Houri, also went In quest to be productive of mishaps; Indeed it the army' be baa only taken about thirty )I. plainly badly out of order from

Mr*. Wheeler Rockledge; Mr. C. H. the use of her arms, the rest of her body of the up-turned boat, which they finally is rather surprising that they are not day leave. At present the Lieutenant tome unknown eaiue--po.,lbly I

Edgerton and Mr Hllliker, Kansas City, being encased In splints until the broken discovered. The survivors were rescued more frequent' Its an Ill wind that belongs to the 7th Cavalry but hi* pro- from a recent attack of LaGrippe. '

Ka.; Mr. C. H. Aitken Jersey City, N.,4jiiT. bones knit together again. Her! In a very exhausted condition and taken blow nobody any good; and the failureof motion may carry him to some other We commend his "gnuhing'of'

H. Driver and Mrs. T Murphy friends are pleased to rest assured that I ashore where every mean was employed the boat to connect with the train at cavalry regiment During the short resIdence teeth" for perusal by our dtfxen
lameness Is to render them comfortable and relieve Tltusvllle, last Friday resulted In a of Lout Swift and family In Tltuville -
,of few York CIty; Mr. and Mrs. A. A. but little permanent likely Thcr WM a Mall In est tows /. ,
,.. to and that she Las borne her their exhaustion. Up to Wednesday no harvest for our botel. Thirty-five they were very highly respected, Woo UxmcM IaaMIf BUM witty tID ,
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Mrs. W.
Cocoa 8lw'peol
Taylor, ; made friend In this town and publlo prlal h*|.ta,... th.vlutra "r a'
,t-- 6larpe; Miss J. MldOleby, Boston; Mr. long Illness bravely and patiently. ,A* news had been received of the recovery of name were registered at the Indian and many White frtMMU luuk bb.svy hmde'4 a '
result of the mishap U along Indian River, who are sorry to TtM"*-.*,*." fwti.
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the Mr.VerrilTs River .
ndln. S. O. Fitch, and Mr. F. F. Taylor soon as Mrs. Underwood can undergo naphtha Hare served hU wrvtolMd&i..<, *
of Grand Rapids Mich. Miu I the journey she will be removed to her also on hand to bring In the rescued the St Sebastian, and the Orand View part with this ettioubU family. However Aa4. bnwcbl..".. kU.4 !.seek a|UM.* '
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Thurmond' and Miss Markley of Rock- new home at SL Sebastian.Cocoa ones, who have we understand recovered wa also filled to overflowing from the we bop to *e. them back again at ITU : cxpoM*all hi* *ovto

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- co Vol. 2. TITUSVILLE, Indian River, l 'H/A./ ., FRIDAY, 1'] 13. 13, 1891. ._ 3STo. i.L ,'

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CHURCH NOTICES. -Mr. William Gillette of New York -Mr. J. J. Flannery has been on a I i-Odd pants from H cents to $7.00 'at Those line suits just received at the -Fine Collection of Indian River 'wiS ,

arrived here Tuesday. trip to St. Sebastian this week. he Bazaar. Bazaar: Sit other Florida views, at Woodward" : t ,
-Furnished to let. at I IAltree Ill: and have tent Tltusvlllo. -1 '
EPISCOPAL CHURCH. cottage Apply -Mr. S. Ray family moved ?
er. buys what you don't want : -Mr. W. K, Sheldon and family of
Divine service every Sunday t morning at 11. Altree'I Into their new resldcnee. Conductor Dearborn, of Jackson
and sells you what you do 1'ant.el lutland, Vt., were In town Tuesday. > '
Rev.B.F.Brown will officiate tile wend and -Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ferguson, of Photographs at Woodward's tent vlllc, was In town Saturday. +
fourth Sunday-morning at 11 and evening at -If you want help, male or female .--Part of our first Invoice of spring
'uit TK o'clock. Toronto, Canada arrived here on Wed at Altree's General and Titusvllle, Fla.\: as good as the best.Prices -Alt TOO has for Immediate sale, lot of .
register your name eummerginghams, are now open.
Sunday School at 1 o'clock p. m. reasonable his work -!
nesday.Mr. see oil tanks large .
Gardner ; largo purchase-blocks, ,
Holy Communion second Sunday In the Supply Stores, Tltusville Fla. -1 it Son. 1*
month. J. T. Hogg of Eau Gallic Mil ,. _Miss Charlotte Palmer Is in town kitchen stoves, tents sewing machines, rand
Rev. B. F. BROWX Rector. -For Sale, a square, grand piano two -1Ir. R. Vial of Providence It. I. t" '
been in town this week in attendance on again: tho guest of Mrs H. R. Wilson, sailboat. I
al stools and cover; perfect order; very waan town Wednesday.
the grand Jury. North Tltusvlllo.Go Meat Market
I rnESBYTERUJI CHCRCH. cheap If sold immediately. ,Address G. -Stop at tho Tltusvlllo ,
Preaching; every Sabbath at 11 a.m. and ill -W. R. Knox has been busy this past W. Schuyler Indianola. t.'f. -Mr. Guy I. Mctcnlf returned to to the Bazaar for your straw on Washington Avenue, when you come, 4
lined I p.meeting m. Sabbath every Wednesday School at evening 9:30 ..at'".T:311.Prayer week, painting the front of Mr. Budge'sstore Jacksonville from New York Wednes- huts. The latest novelties just received. to town. Fresh eggs, chickens, vegetaisles + I
solicit I IST. -Mrs. H. R. Olmstcad, of Eau Gallic; '
Rev. J to. For, Pantor. and making it look like stone. day. Also tho nicest line ,of "crush" hats In beef pork sausages, Tennosco butter k
Mrs. A. Cole of Baltimore and Mrs K.
-Altree 1\'l11l1ave in hardware Uouso to rent from three to ten town. etc. K.: J. Davis, manager. -t.r. ;
you money
H. Titus gave our oflice a pleasant call
-- BAPTIST CHURCH. brick, lime, plaster, doors, 'sash, yesterday. rooms furnished on Indian River.-Ap* -Mr. A. J. :McDuffeo! Miss A. C. -John E. Bennett, of Marlon ,county : ,.

TX!Preaching].. m. Sunday every school 4th Sunday every Sunday at 11 a.at m.4 p.and inPrayer t I I blinds, paints. Special orange box nails. -Mr. Thos. J. DeSteuben of Wave- ply to A. HIMrcth, Indianola Men-ill's Rowley 'and Wm. llett of Chicago, arrived Florida. who has sold his farm to pliow 13
meeting Thursday at 1% p.m. Island Fla. 21*
I every In town Wendcsday's train. Pilate speculators, hits bought a piece ol
Mr. and Mrs. W. Conner started on
Rev. A. D. I'astor. land, has been In town during the week,
I ... for Lake Worth Saturday; and will remain keeping the run of court and shaking :Mr. J. Hugh Murphy, prosecuting Money I Money!II Money lit I I I to hammock from Robblns Graham and
attorney for Orange county has been In will return In a few days and build a .
,t CATHOLIC CHURCH. there for a few weeks. We were hands with his many friends loan c'1I'l.at'lltate.\ Apply to Robblnsit- '
(1( ** Man and Sermon at IftK o'clock a.m. Sunday sorry to see such pleasant company leave town during the week, in attendance: at Graham Tltusville, }'la.J.a.lI1 house, sot out a grove and become
''morning at Masonic hall. -For sale] 1,000 acres of land frontingfour the Circuit Court. permanent: resilient of Brevftrd Rev.J. F. O' o\'LK, Rector. us. miles on Indian River, In South Mrs. A. Cole of Baltimore,
-Mr. anil Mrs. M. E. Griibcr Mrs. F.T. -A beautiful 14-room,residence ami p
Parties wishing a first class article Brevard. For information address W. Md., has: opened a fashionable dressmaking
Miss Stella Hale and several miles of New York
Budge, ground wltVIn! 110
of pure guava joule will do well to call A. Baugh Tltusville Fla. 24t.f.W. establishment at the residenceof i
Distances by Steamer from Titus- others made last for Florida land.
up a jolly party Friday City will bo exchanged
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on- or address Mrs. Sarah. M. Allen Mrs. E. H. Titus Tltusvlllo. '
-, vllle to Fla. 2U4t L. Palmer-'Esq.)., of the firm of and took a trip oh the ."St.: Augustine" Must bo on Indian Klvvr. Also soma
Miles.'Hardee's Georgiana, Hoggs A Palmer, of Orlando, Is artlrfg as as Earns, Ormond returning Saturday. -Wantl'll. some good budded orange valuable land on Long Island. AH entirely -
releeville. .. .. . .. . 12 -A g nemith's shop ]has been started States Attorney at the present term of and trees. State variety, age' of bud, size, encumbrance of
.. .. . ... ... .. 1-1 They report a very pleasant trip free from any
,Cp urtney. in Capt. Pritchard's building on price, etc Address J. O. 'Walton Eau '
Court his J. D. u
partner, Bi'Ugn, Esq., are highly delighted( with the on kind. Address J. II. Albert Tltusvlllo,
r. Sharpen, .... ... ... .o. 17 scenery ,
Main street by L. R. Risher of Ocala being unavoidably absent. Mr. Palmer Gallie, Indian River Fht.Mr. : l
City Point..o .. .. .. 11:1: ha upriver route. Florida 23Mr.
Indlanoa.. .. .. .. .. ... .. 20 who Is prepared to do all kinds of machine enjoys the honor of b"lngIa'or of Or Will. S. Sheets of Fayettevtllo,
Donald the cashier HanovoY the
the popular
of II.
'Merritt, i... .... .. .. .. .. 22 work as well as repair guns lando. I N. C., Is In town on a visit to Captainand II. Wilkinson "
Cocoa, ... ,.. .. .. .. ... 24 wh'obave Hank, of New York who the deputy serjeantatarms proprietor, of the "Wilkinson Cottages, .
: Dr. and Mrs. W. E. R. I'. PaddUon and will remain
Baker Mrs. ,
-We acknowledge] receipt of a Wedt
.. 25: very of tho Houso of Rcpresenatlvrs Rocklcdge gave us a pleasant call
rf, I. Rockledge '".. ..:. 2t 11 been stopping at Rocklcdge for a pretty hanging! picture and calendar : was sent to Florida! after to tesIfy for a week or so longer before returning nesday. On Tuesday, Feb. 17th, them
t ... . 2Geor'gtaI3. \) short time returned here Saturday on to North Carolina.' *
Coq lna. from Mr. C. C. Converse, of Brantley, the as to tho silver pool, and who was will be a Lawn Party and Evening So-1
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their way to Palatka St. Augustine, and Indian River of the Paine Fertilizer did not hold Its "
Brantley.. .. 37 agent here a few days going from here tit In. Council regular( clal with refreshments at this charming :
' Tropic. .-... ....'.. 42 other places before returning to their Co. They are a credit to the firm dtail River has" been! hood of In New meeting yesterday on account of tho absence place. It Is In connection with the Indian "t

en Eau Gallic,... .... .. 50 home in Pennsylvania.We who sent them and deserve hanging In Orleans. He expresses his willingnessto of Captain Fischer wlm Is down River Sabbath School (:Convention ,

?Melbourne.. .. .. 53Tillman. 58Malabar 'are in receipt of a handsome a prominent place. go to Washington nnd tell all he the river and Mr. S. II. Ray Is In Jack and, If the weather i I. propitious, we "

' ,, .. .. o... .. .. ((10MIcco illustrated folder from Mr. Ackerly of -The Rt. Rev E. (}. Weed of the knows.-Palatka Jlrnilil. i sonville. Mr. Belcher being on the grand have no doubt there will be a large at

,. 03 the J., T. A K. W. Railway. It has Diocese of Florida .will visit Tltusvillu -We place on sale to day 200 reinnants jury and unable to be present there tendance. Dr. Hughlett, who is president ". +
Sebastian .. .. ... 73: some picturesqo views 'on It, and is A meeting will be huh!
very on Wednesday, the 23th; taut. Ho willhold extra heavy outing flannel 2 to IS was no quorum. of the above, generally manage

Orchid Enos, .. 83 80 a creditable looking affair In every way. service at 7:30 p. m. and administer )yards very desirable patterns. Gardner on Monday, if a quorum can he obtained. these affair In a very successful manner.' ,

"' .:,\ Narrows.. 8tt -Dr. R. C. Hutchinson and lIIea ra. the right of confirmation if there I &: e -Call at tho Bazaar for a "Philadel To-Night (Friday). An Elocution- +

v.'I .'"; ', St. Lucie ..100I Grist' Davis and Cluno have rented Mrs. should be any candidates. Son.Mrs.. Trimble and daughter, who pills walking suit" The latest thing acv entertainment, will be given tonightat
Fort Pierce, ,...100 Sackett's cottage at Heath. Messrs. and the neatest shape ever made toa *
{ Ankona ..116j. -The. commodious building erected have. ,Ken spending a few weeks visiting out Masonic Hall, over Bank by Mini. v
I : .. '.. .Eden. ....123Waveland : Grist and Davis left here to take possession by Mr. Marion EtjOrubcr, just north of Mr/Jotm'Ov h Norwood at Sharpes* whop coat. You .t''D.! got_hem anywhere Clora Mourcy.: Tho programme will 1 txj z
v. ; .4. ..130 Tuesday and Dr. Hutchinson 'and the rostdencp of Dr. Wilson h* receiving I a brother of the flrml'r-cnme up on next season, but you will Have to go to full of Interest'" and amusement, and will '

'I I II t Jupiter, ... Mr. Clune were to follow Wednesday. its finishing touches and will bo readyfor the Sweeney last Friday en-route( to the Bazaar for them this season.V consist of A variety of tho most popular ?

LAKE WOKTIl INLET TO They expect to remain there for some occupancy next week, when. It will Ocala whore they will spend the balanceof lead" recitations Impersonations, dlaletlo / A "

I I ". '?New River. ... ...,. 07.Narrows months for the purpose of hunting fishing be opened fts a first-class boarding house the winter. They will be joined at -Tho Public fi] 'rt In Its last Issue dramatic, oratorical, sentimental and], a

" ;. Cut..;. 80( etc. by Mr*. Deck, whose ability to make a that point by Mr. Trimble who Is president says: "What's the matter with the and humorous, frVm the best author
1 I. Florida .. ... 00
Cape -Mr. Jno. Aspinwall of Eau Gallie success of the undertaking Is undoubted Co.f A car will enliven the
Soldiers Key.,... .. 95 of the Florida. Standard Phosphate East Coast Transportation Anecdotes and mirth t
Elliotts Key .... .. was In town Saturday last, and we were -Down at Titusvllle the council has Co., of Marion County load of Grain Feed'and Fertilizer shipped entertainment; and a* half the proceed

1 Key Largo,. pleased'to see, his genial countenance passed an ordinance prohibiting duck of Atlanta from Jacksonville on the 28th of go to the Ladles' Guild of St. Gabriel' ,

Key Weat... Inside the ADVOCATE office. He came shooting within the corporate limits. brother-Judge of Senator Brown Drown of that Georgia State,, Jan. was received by J. M. Sanders on Episcopal church, we trust there will be
up to meet his mother who was to arrive the 30th ahead of the mail I Call and house. Ticket tor ante .
I The ducks have succeeded in getting an overflowing
II and uncle to our townsman, Mr. J. P.
here from New York on the above afternoon at lowest cash prices." A Co store price .:3
I hold of a copy of that ordinance and Turner of the People's Cash Bazaar, get supplied at J. W. Roger : ,
J El 1 I : LOCAL NEWS. on her way to )lr. and Mrs. Aspinwall's have thoroughly posted themselves In liar been, on a visit to his relative In TI. Chas. T. McCarty, Esq., of Ankona, cents. Performance to commence"at .

I ..1-J I home at Eau Gallie regard to Its requirements and penalties.The tusvllle for a few days. The Judge tooka was In town this week In attendance on eight o'clock prompt. Scoure your ,a f ft'

I t Society and O nrml Ooulp In connection -Mr. C. P. Horton president of Can consequence is, that, whenever they trip down tile river, stopping off at court. Mr. McCarty: Is.a practicing at seats as early as possible, and avoid the .

I .: with Indian River and Lake Worth Motion averal Club; and Mr. R. C. Ilea ton, a see a man and a gun !In a boat they City Point and Rocklodge, returning on torney, and one of the most energetic rush. .

I *during pat week. Brief mention ol member both of whom have been stay take the most direct route for the limits Monday last, and leaving for his homeon citizens of South Brevard. He I I. the -Mr. G. W. Van Sickle, superintendent 4

i Ii Interesting Know, and Event People| Yon About Don't People Know-Ton. ing at the Club during the past two or and then turn around and look at the noon train Tuesday, much pleased possessor of a fine pineapple plantation of Sabbath School work In Florid

>y'j Picked np by Our Society Editor, three weeks returned here on Sunday, him with a sort of "now, shoot, if you with his visit to this section, and full of and combines fruit growing with its law In the Presbyterian church preached! at. ..
and left for Ormond and St. Augustine dare" expression that must be very annoying anticipations of a much longer sojourn practice; and when opportunity offers Is the Rev. John Foy's church In the morning .'

; : JJP' Advertisements under this head- Monday. They are expected back to-' to sportsmen.-Southern Touritt.Rev. with us next winter. always, ready to help home-seeker to and evening of last Sabbath j presented o,

Ing are ten cents per line per week. morrow or Sunday.The J. T. Huntington and daughter Scotch, Toile duNord, and domestic secure a satisfactory location, If they the claim of the Christian Endeavor "".

masons and carpenters have Miss Charlotte, arrived here from opened. Can show propose to seek the lower river. and organized a society of the .
-Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's.Fire ginghams just you
completed their work on.the County Hartford Conn., on Saturday. On the choicest of spring patterns now. -Some months since Postmaste-Genl. same with twenty member. The following .
Cents per copy. vault, and as soon as the furniture for Monday morning Mr. John Huntington Gardner &: Son Wannamaker offered a gold medal to officer were duly elected Prest 1

-UPlease watch the date on yellow the same is received and placed in position drove his sister out to their place at Au. each of the eleven division Into which dent, Mr*. John Foy; Vice-President; f

printed sllpat head of this paper .or Mr. Stewart will move the county rantla and the Rev. Mr. Huntington was -The steamer "Sweeney" has been the United State Is divided to be award. Mrs. R. P. Paddlson; Recording; Secty., 1

upon wrapper. Do not allow your subscription records Into their new depository The to follow on the noon train. When he having a very heavy freight traffic dur ed to the postal clerk making the best Mis Kate Paddison; Corresponding f

to expire. building appears to be rather small, tak was about to start, he was Informed ing the past week. She went up with record. The committee appointed by Secretary, Miss Lena Norwood; Treasurer .:

-AHree sells the two best stoves on ing into consideration the rapid develop- that the 12:40 train would not atop atAurantla. 1,200 boxes of orange. last Friday, and Mr. L. )I. Terrell, superintendent of Miss Lulu Hoslck. An adjourned

wood; New Process gasoline. el be added as further needs necessitate until (Tuesday morning. This I. Miss on Sunday. The facilities for loadingand 3rd inst, and made the award for 10th mat, at which the several'standlng

-Mr. C. J. Hector one of Melbourne's enlargementBro. Huntington's first visit to Indian River unloading at New Smyrna are not this division. Mr. Henry M. Robinson Ing committee were appointed; and

prominent merchants,'gave our llB.ce a Andrews, the popular editor of and she seems to like It very much. vary good; and we are Informed that almost of the Charlotte &: Atlanta railway work laid out for the future. Much enthusiasm
pleasant call Saturday.On the Cocoa Public Spirit, says the grip Her next trip will be to Rockledge.. Mr. the entire _night) Is consumed at postofflce, was awarded the medal, mak. was manifested, and the indication

has raged among his force, sparing none, Hnntlngton's many friends were glad to that point In unloading the heavy loadsof ing the following the best record: separations are that the work in hand will tw
-: Rev. J. T.
Sunday morning, from the devel to the editor-in-chief. If see him in Tltusville again. He will oranges she U carrying at present, made, 450; cards handled 10080; pushed to a successful conclusion. An

Huntington, of Hartford, Conn., will Bro. Andrews has had It u bad as one conduct divine service at the Episcopal and in loading the down-river freightand card correct, 10080; card wrong 2. hour before the Sabbath evening service .
conduct divine service at St. Gabriel'sEpiscopal o'clock] a supply of wood sufficient to last correct 90.98. 0:: 0 m.-was selected for the week.
of the ADVOCATE staff, we hope It will church at eleven Sunday morn Percentage p. v
Church.Mr not visit his sanctum again. Next to ing. for the round trip. The traffic Is so Lieut James A. Swift, chief of the ly prayer meeting; and the Sabbath

John H. Mellor gave us a call on intermittent fever, It is the worst com- -Mr. Ceo. F. Ensey, of tropic, was In I heavy on this steamer at present that It Signal Service In this section received School lesson for the next succeeding,

Wednesday and said he had been quite plaint that has ever tackled us. It don town Wednesday, and Informed us that Is about all she can do to make her regu orders from the War Department by Sabbath was chosen a* the subject.

ill with the grippe and that he was returning cause many deaths, but the suffering' attached while Mr. John Beach, of Melbourne, lar trips, even when there are no unnecessary yesterday's mall, to report, without delay -

home to Chicago that day owingto to It Is most 'painful. When a and his uncle, Dr. Bacon, with his little delays In Washington City, D. C., for promotion jy Lomb Continued on Fag ff, ,

It patient recovers he wonders how he boy (about 10 years of age) were sailing -The past week has been full of accidents and left, with hi. family, on the .

+The Indian River Sabbath School got over it, and how much more be on Indian River, Monday afternoon to the fleet of the Indian River ten o'clock train last night This order, HEZEKiAH's CHRONICLE:; ; :.

Convention will be 'held in the Methodist would be able to stand without dying. about 4 p. m. the boat capsized, about Steamboat Company. The run to Jupiter we understand does not relieve the VaUnlU '

church, Cocoa, on Tuesday Feb. -Mrs. W. P. Underwood, who not one and a half miles north of Tropic.Mr. Is very long, and under the most Lieutenant from duty here; but It U not (A )

.. 17th, a{ 1020 o'clock a. m. Everybody long ago moved to New Smyrna from Beach swam for the shore, while favorable circumstance I. not an easy likely] he will return, a* he anticipates The first column of thq Ant

la Invited. this town, and who, shortly] thereafterwas Dr. Bacon and the little boy held on to one; but with the numerous canals on receipt of order. relieving him from this of yesterday' Issue of -theMtar

.- Among the guests of the Peck House, subjected to a most painful accident the boat. Upon Mr. Beach stating the the lower river, which are said to be station upon hi. arrival In Washington.If page was adorned by the labored

cocoa, last week, were: Rev Josiah while riding with her sister I* slowly case, Mr. Ensey Immediately started oft filling up at many points the route Is not, he will request a leave of absence, attempt to be funny of an IndiTkU

Tyler, Natal, South Africa; Miss NellieC. convalescing. She has been confined to In his row-boat, while John Quincy, extremely hazardous,and well calculatedto as during Ms twelve year of service In ual named "Hezekiah" wh'o.. UverI

Tyler, TJmsundugi South Africa; to her bed for four months, having only with his sloop Houri, also went In quest be productive of mishaps; Indeed It the army be ha only taken about thirty I plainly badly out of order from

Mrs. Wheeler, Rockledge; Mr. C. H. the use of her arms, the rest of her body of the upturned boat, which they finally it rather surprising that they are nit< days' leave. At present the Lieutenant ome unknown cause--po tfblj! I
Its 111 wind that belongs to the 7th Cavalry but hi* promotion
encased In splints until the broken discovered. The survivors were rescuedIn more frequent. an
Edgerton and Mr. Hunker, Kansas City, being from a recent attack of LaGrlppe;
bones knit together again. Her a exhausted condition and taken blows nobody any good; and the failureof may carry him to some other
Ka.; :Mr. C. H. Aitken, Jersey City, N. very We commend his "gnashing ofteeth" '
Jt>>r. It Driver and Mrs T. Murphy, friends are pleased to rest assured that ashore, where every means WM employ the boat to connect with the train at cavalry regiment. During the short residence for perusal. by our citizen.
lameness Is ad to render them comfortable and relieve Tltusville, last Friday resulted In a of Lieut Swift and family In T1-
:.oOTew Turk City Mr. and Mrs. A. A. but little permanent likely Ten WM a Baa..oar tow '
Cocoa Mrs. W. H. Sharpe, of to ensue, and that she has born her their exhaustion. Up to Wednesday no harvest for our hotel. Thirty-five tusvlll they were very highly respected, Who Iboufiu Fk7J vinyl .
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llpuMlo print a* |B fluwn -
friend In this town and
r Shtr pfa; Miss J. MIddleby, Boston; Mr. long Illness bravely and patiently. JU new bad been received of the recovery of name were registered at the Indian and made many Whit.frlMda luukwl. .. o. in pity. .- .
result of the to long Indian :River, who are sorry to TIM heavy luul of a.u.
Hotel mishap
launch M a
Mr.MerrUT :River
and Mrs. S. O. Fitch, and Mr. F. F. Taylor soon as Mrs. Underwood can undergo sailboat naphtha naghi0. '- .. --
of Grand :Rapids, Mich.; Miss I* the journey she will be removed to her was also on hand to bring In the rescued the st. Sebastian and the Grand View part with this estimable family. However HLad Mfrrytharry"I 01 aJa4 one tlveh.ttousecY a atae" yTbts

Thurmond and Min Markley, of,Rock-: new home at st. Sebastian.Cocoa ones, who have we understand, recover was also fitted to overflowing Irons the we bop to see them back: again at IJ.uulud.spo..s all fcte woe,
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* ,tfi81'ast 1'00taSoD,.. the rich'velvet dress IneaUy pinned'np t 'JtJAlST ASD t'tBIOUS. J t Hon byeAACIIiEWIS.
Doasl'' Aoci. Give the wh,
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poet kings in a towl, stood tapping atMrs. Weld', -- '
In a wholesome and '
ot cheering and comforting light-hearted things way, gilded boudoir' door., 1SW'I' I Occupation has an effect UtJOD :facial j

TTTU8VILLE. ; FLORIDA., Of the stars and tbe'da"n and the May} If'!I.. thai the ,dressmaker. ,* Com e. expressions.-.j-.,J -i1- |tII
Of lender,and beautiful themes, in," laid the great lady''. .languid[ I A peg driven into tho middle of tie

eco dlDg to London advices, the Of home and of peace and of trust; Voice, and Cathie meekly obeyfed.Mrs. soles it said to keep shoes from
Of the flowers
that blush by the streams, ,
prUguese government owes $4,000- And not of the blight and the J\1At-, Weld, was sitting before het: / squeaking.* I .

and has no meant of paying it. Not the dressing-glass, with her maid busily, A Letter of no consequence which
poet who sings of his '
county Iran And the woes of a spirit forlorn cares, engaged in brushing out her beautifuland the artist Raphael wroto to a lady, I / \ : ; i 1i '

fin Harper one loan Who finds all the chaff and the tAres luxuriant hair. Rich laces and 1, recently sold for $300.

nd. Investment concern lias ducal But never the wheat and the corn I 'delicate, embroideries lay around, I Famines caused by tho failure of the _

main of 150,000 acres, the result of Who holds up a picture of life pearls glimmered whitely from velvet; } in Ireland occurred In
orcelosed mortgages. That make us feel dismal and blue, I I
To think all Is evil and strife, on tho dressing-table, and cut' 1814, 1816, 1822, 1831 1846.

It has been conservatively estimated And nothing la honest and truer. glass bottles poured forth fragrant I I A remarkable story comes .from
streams of while
thai the lumber cut in the Pactfia Who says hI Is weary and worn, an exquisite California, where an apparently sane

Northwest this year will be over 2- That tate,has been harsh and unkind, bouquet, in Its silver holder occupied I man cut his own tongue out and sur- LUMBERYARD a GnVTRUCKS
That the blush and the dew of the morn a standard on a fairy-like gilt '-
)9 OO,000 foot, valued at $25,600- He has left several ages behind; table just beneath, the chandelier vived tho operation. t SPRING WRGOJVSeiRLLSTYLES.
00., That his faith has been turned Into Charles G. Jefferson of Clinton,
-, .. _. "It seems to be very nicely made,"
A.Union Club man calmly mado the That Ills the wine I Into wormwood- and---,- gall_. said Mrs. Weld, glancing critically at Mass., an amateur weight lifter, lifted a : TaN7
of bls
light life has gone out T (LADIES CHAISE,
I, statement the oilier day, alleges the And hope is beyond his recall. the work. "Give me my purse, :with his hands alone 1,571 1-4 poundsof

C l1b'/ membership represented a to* Of simple things, tender and sweet, yon would like to bo paid tonight recently.It I

I tat, wealth of 700000000.. Of the trace of the lilies' white bells "Jf you please, ma'am." said blush takes all sorts,of people to make
And the roses that blush at our feet) ing Caihio, -wishing again, from the up this little American world. Out In N G8-

The "Duellist Doctor" of Heidelberg Of And the birds the Innocent and their pleasure carols of glee; very depths of her unsophisticated lit : Detroit the other day a Hebrew, an ACAWS..
they bring
University, Germany, has Just Of the cool Soothing waves of the sea tle heart, that silo were Mrs. Weld, I African and an Arab were all three

been entertained at a "commers" of And the slumber-sweet anthems they and owned all tho rolls of 'bills and arrested on complaint of a Chinaman. .

old, corps .students. Ho has acted as sing. .., gleaming gold piece in the plethoric i' Persons r going around tho world I

,.'iurgeon to the fighting students for Of the sparkle of hope's golden star, purse. *- --A-: -ct I fro'mVesFto east gain four minutes

I 'forty years, and attended 14,000 duels, And of faith that can see through the While Mrs. Weld was! yet leisurely J for each degree traveled, so that
of which only two fatal. mist
proved To the glorious landscape afar turning over the contents of the porte r when they have gone about the earth,

In France at present there That the sunshine patience has kissed monnaie there was a tnmult of steps I! they are twenty-four hours ahead of
Of the deeds of the moat and upright and voices on tho stairs, and the next the time of their starting point.

households in which there And the good they shall reap by and by, moment the boudoir door was thrown I Lake is than THE ,
has : Superior larger any oo
,been BO child; 2,600,000 in which Of the morn that will follow the night, 't
furiously to admit
: there; was one child; 2,300,000, two And of light far beyond the blue sky. open the staggering f other' Inlet sea except the Caspian

children; 1,500,000, three; about -Hattie Whitney in Washington Star. footsteps of a boy of about eighteen, which covers 176,000 square miles and
1,000,000, four; 6OOOO, five; 830,- very far gone in liquor. I I has a depth of but 260 feet. Lake ; :
000, fix, and 200,000.loven or more. OATHIE'S$ LESSON. want more I I Superior has an area of 32,000 square ,. r PT
money, hiccoughed the scion BY STORES ern
hopeful miles and a depth of 1,000 feet. U5T aw9 SHEARS y
A At Qcala, Fla., the president of the BT HELEN.FORREST GRAVES. of a proud old family, staring vacantly I Tho INSISt PpE '
......- coffin in which the late King of
National Farmers' Alliance and Industrial around him, while Mrs. Weld burst Holland is buried Is twice the size required TUREKEEPEk SENDIOCSFORp UTL RY O
Union "Oh, how I wish I were Mrs.Weldl" into tears, and covered hor face with '
suggested a national organization i to the undertaker 210 ;: a
owing confusing ,
to look after agricultural sighed poor little Cathie Brown, as her hands, in passionate grief. I. the new Dutch metre and the ,,, ETTING THEM :.: ey HO&OKE ;
legislation in the State Assemblies as she moved closer to tho starveling bit I "Oh, Martyn I Martyn, my boy I FOR YOU. MASS.
old in
his which mistake
well as in Congress. "A good of fire In tho grate, and threaded her yon promised me this should not occur !
sug I was discovered( too late to be
gestion," comments the Prairie Farm- needle with piece of amethyst colored again." remedied.I t - _J :
silk.. "Promised hissed Mr. Weld'sdeep
er r-
'--1 ,11 She was working on a dress of voice in the background. "Look I sociable weaverbirds will unite NEWS AND NOTES

: One ,by one do'' our fond illusions purplo velvet, trimmed with at the result of your weak indulgence together in building a thatched roof C

vanish, moans the Chicago Herald. white chenille, lying across its seams and fatal kindness. You have deceived'I'I' prior to nest building,'the structure

AJr..halt, ,a New England lecturer, like ridges of newly fallen snow, and me and ruined your son. Are you !, sometimes being twelve feet square. CONDENSED FROM TELEGRAPH ,

I, Htates that the average expense of a priceless Valenciennes lace alas; satisfied at last!? He has forged tho 'i Under this dozen or more nests will i AND CABLE. f' ;

Spanish grandee Is about $3 per week, what contrast to her own dress of name of ono of his employers to obtain I r be built, each pair of birds building its .

I Aboard and washing inclnded. Who 'faded delaine, and tho frayed linen money to discharge some gambling 'I own, and each nest being shut out from Epitome of Incidents that Hap-

cwlll sigh for a castle in Spain after collar that encircled her throat. debt, and the officers of justice are already I every other. pen from Day to Day.

Jt-'this.. ? asks the Herald. "Wishes 'are cheap," retorted Dor on his track. Ay, you may I Two men have found near Fresno,
cas Syme, her fellow-lodger, a dumpy well weep!I" Cal., what Is claimed to be the petrified Mcissonicr the painter, is dead. He

\trhe celebrated '$2 silver certificateof pleasant little damsel who was busily For poor'Mrs. Weld had fallen back, body of a man. It is remarkablywell was born in Lyons in 1813. : _

1886 Is'again being put into circula. engaged in the not very profitable vocation with the pearls half wreathed amid preserved, and even the lines of Ebenezer Morrison, paper denier, Wash : j
h td
'.' 'tlbn in New York City, and the papers / of shirt-making. "But what her golden hair and tho diamonds tho !back of the hand are visible. The ington, D. C., has made an assignment.The J: (
debt statement shows decreaseof
.t that l city are cautioning merchantsof put that particular ambition in your blazing on her arms, in a violent fit of head Is of a good size, and tIle features the national debt during the a month of CINCINNATI Shnt:stmnd ls S

,that city to be on their guard'against ,lead just now?", hysterics. I. of the Caucasian type. The body > January of $15,835,490.07..
it. It is one of the cleverest "Oh I was 'thinking how 'nice it {las I alas! what will become of measures nearly seven feet in length.A The speaker of the house of renre- Compartment' and Pullman Palace

imitation of the genuine bill known, must bo to wear silks and velvets all me!I" she walled "I am the most bird of immense wing power Is lnentAtires This leaves of the)Montana died Monday. Sleeping Cars through without change,

and at first sight would deceive any the time, and ride In one's own car- miserable woman in the w01'111 I I My the tiny stormy petrel, the smallest body a political tie. making direct connectionInCENTRALUNIONCT ,
I A of Ten
dispatch Tuesday :
I says t
but expert.** -..,_. riage, and not be obliged to turn every son is ruined and my ,husband has web-footed bird known. It belongs to thousand shoemakers in Vienna have DEPOT for Ol LOUIS '

1. ---- penny half a dozen times over beforeone coased to love me. Oh, I wish-I every sea and although so seemingly gone on a strike for an increa-e in wages.I And the WEST, and with Through .ear ,

I The assertion frequently made that spends it," sighed Cathie. "I wish, I were dead I" frail, it breast the utmost fury of the I The cruiser Newark will probably join lines forCHICAGO '
the public domain in Nebraska is exhausted tbe squadron of evolution in the Gulf of and \
don't see, Dorcas, why people's lots And in the midst of all this confusion storm, skimming with Incredible %
ve- oimnmT.
:Mexico, and then make a cruise in European -
is not borne out by the facts, In life should be so different-why Cathie Brown crept quietly away, locity the trough of the waves, and waters. also with through car \

asserts the Omaha Bee.' The land department Mrs. Weld should be luxuriating iu and returned ,to her humble room, gliding rapdly! over their snowy !I Master Workman Powderly'on Satur, lines for DETROIT I

reports' 11,220,581 acres of wealth and I so miserably poor! I where Dorcas was singing to herselfas crests. Petrels have been observed day, issued an appeal to the Knights of BUFFALO and Points in Canada :
laud in the State.lu Labor in behalf of the widowed andfatherless and the
vacant government should be perfectly happy if I w ire as she sowed. 2,000 miles from nearest land- victims Only ono change of cars
of the Mammoth mine
'other words there are 140,332 farms rich as Mrs. 'Veld I" "Did you get the money?" questioned I disaster.,

,of 80,acres each, or 70,162 farms of Cathie looked, piteously down at Dorcas, glancing up as her They Drink VioletWater.The Dispatches of Tuesday evening say: I Meridian, NEW ORLEANS, j

160 acres, which' settlers can secure her worn shoes as she spoke, and thenat companion entered. "Why, Cathie, Arabs have various kindsof, North Nebraska and Southern Dakotaare Jackson, Vicksburg AND, Points THE, in I'

for a song :::**-- ---=' 't the scantily furnished room, with what makes you look,so pale!I" sherbets, or sweet drinks the most enveloped in a terrific storm. At TEXAS WEHT.Passengers ? ,

its frost-brocaded 'windows, and the ."No, I did not get tbe money, Dor. common of which is merely sngar and Lead Deadwood City 30 it degrees is 20 degrees below below and zero at Ga-; at via this line ere afforded an i
take '
; criminals to ,
French .are quick carefully hoarded stock of coals iu the cas. Oh, Dorcas, I. was so wrong water, made very sweet. The most lena 40 degrees below. excellent view of Lookout Mountain and

advantage any new application of corner. when I-said this afternoon that I esteemed kind is prepared from a Assistant Secretary Spauldjng has informed surrounding Historic Scenery. ;

science or any, current fad. If the "Perfectly happy 1" repeated v Dor should be perfectly happy if I were at hard conserve of violets, made by a tobacco firm that all tobacco ,
,story about robberies on the Lyons rich as Mrs. Wold." pounding violet flowers and then imported since the act of October 1st, I 8. C., RAY, a E. P-ss. Agt., Atlanta
mail be eorrect those highwaymen cas, rather incredulously. "It takesa 1800, took effect, will be subject to duty I Ga.
good many things to make people And Cathie sat down and repeated boiling them with sugar. Other upon its weight at the time of with D. J. MULLANEY, Div Pass. Agt.,,
I are using hypnotism to aid them in securing perfectly happy." what she had just witnessed to Dorcas."I kinds are prepared from conserves of drawal for consumption. I Chattanooga. '

booty. This is a promising "Oh, but I know I should be perfectly rise early and retire late," she fruit. I|I The women of the country intepd/ D. G. EDWARD3, 0. I' & T. A.,

suggestion for the sensational novel happy if I were only as rich as said, in a low voice; "my dress ii The sherbert is served in covered erecting a monument to the, memory of CINCINNATI, O. \
General Francis E. Spinner, and have
ista 'and opens up exciting plots. Mrs. Weld" reiterated Cathie, wjth plain and my food scanty, while I am glass cups containing from twothirdsto issued petitions for subscriptions for that THE TRAVELERS

sparkling eyes and crimsoning cheeks. forced to toll for a living; but I would three-quarters of a pint. These purpose. He was the first man to employ ,
An is for the
exchange authority + statement that in Detroit, Mich., there meuts tit Washington::
has been an exhaustive,examination the opera every night, and =' now." with circular piece of em- The Chilian legation in Paris, on Tues --;-
Cathie Brown had learned lesson
broidered silk or cloth of gold and
She checked herself abruptly the day received cable message from Chili and Cedar
for time to the Travelers Bay
going on some as purity corner
within the last hour, a lesson whose on the right arm of the person who Hinting that the insurgent fleet has not brick
of milk to that l and Dr. list of beatitudes, as a Iharp'petulantknock streets, Jacksonville, Flo. A new
supplied pity, effects destined to endure the sherbet is occupied aoy port of that The and
resounded on the panels of the were presents hung a long country. I hotel, nearest to all railroad stations
Coventry,.who has conducted the examination message adds that the country Is quiet, adaptedto
throughout her whole life-time. She napkin with a deep embroidered border steamboat landings. Especially
door. the army loyal, and that the coast is efficiently fur-
that 76 cent of
reports transient business.
for wealth.- of
never again sighed mere gold and colored silks at each guarded.
the milk received was found to be "Now then, Miss Brown, is the nished rooms, single or en suite. Tableas
dress of my mistress done yet, or [The Weekly.A end, which Is ostensibly offered for J.mes It. Boyce, Jr., & Co., of Butte, goo,\ as the best. This hotel was built,
Adulterated, and says that if the milk the purpose of wiping the lips after Montana one of the largest dry goods furnished and 'operated as a $3.00 a day
fiddlers continue to sell inferior milk, not? Junatlc'sfonderrnl Faculty. drinking though the lips are houses in the West, has been levied on hoiUfc; rates are now reduced to $8.00 a
prosecution will be made at once. Cathie descended at once from the <-A patient formerly confined in the scarcely by the First National bank for $60,000, j dny, while the service is better than ever.
touched with it.
," heights of imaginary bliss to the pro- Hospital for the Insane in this city -[. York Journal and on Monday an assignment ,,'ulOado Breakfast from 0 to 9; lunch from 11:30
to 1>. P. Poner. The assets! are $123,- to !:30 dinner from 5:30 to 1:30. This
'The learning of a good trade doe laic realities of her work-day life. seemed fond of reading, and in takingup Taming Animals With Electricity 000 and the liabilities 100000. i s the only; hotel in Jacksonville serving

not always secure a man against want, Mrs. Weld's maid stood confrontingher a newspaper it was noticed that he In the future, it seems, wild beast President John II. lumen, of the regular meals at these hours. All others

'as a writer in tho St. Louis Globe. sharp, imperious and domineering. would read aloud without hesitation tamers, lion kings, serpent queens and Richmond and Danville railroad, left are at least one hour later. Use the

Democrat shows: There are many whether the paper was sldewlse or bottom the like, instead of having to assert New York Monday evening: for a trip Travelers' omnibus the tickets save 85
through the sou h over the lines of the cents each way.BURTON.
trades that are not now worth learn 'I'm very sorry, began Cathie, but side up. As a further test of his their authority by means of the whip'of road., He h accompanied by Jay Gould, I

ing. Thirty years ago there were no it isn't quite done yet, and -" powers one of the attendants held a pliant steel, will carry alight wand, George Gould, Helen liould, Sidney K. BARRS,

less than 15,000 silver platers ia the "Very'well," snapped the Abigail, newspaper spread out before him, with an insulating grip for the hand, Thomua.Dillon, Calvin Tho 8.: Brice and General Cam 10 Proprietor.OUR .

country. That was when silver plating turning tartly away; "then you may keeping it continually turning around; connected by a flexible wire with a They will visit party point occupy in ail tbe special southern cars. '

meant the soldering to iron of brlug it home yourself when you have still, with wonderful ease, the lunatic battery of which the power can be states. I NEW IMPROVED SINGER

thin sheets of silver Electro plating finished k. 1 can't go trotting up and continued to read uninterruptedly. To varied according to the necessities of liece'pts for customs received in New. : HIGH ARM, THIS ."\.C.ONLY" 1.00 Wn

was invented, and today there are rot down three flights of stairs half a test him still further a reel was procured the case. It the lion or tiger becomes York from Monday last to Saturday night I C, g rW -

more than 500 close platers In the dozen times a day for any one, and so and the newspaper spread out surly and refutes to go through his exceeded any previous amounted like for period for Z- -ji :: .., ':'
They ,
years p-wr. imports "
::t' .
country. Ornamental wall paper of I tell you. And mind, Mist What-do- and attached to the arms, the whole tricks, or threatens to Ute a sampleout and jvitbdrawaU from warehouse, altogether i i 1010"" i ... COlw = ,,.

the lincrusta pattern has driven 90 percent they-call-you you're not later than then placed before the patient. No of his "huner," a touch of the to $:.7,21(1,198.( Tho great increasew.s I V ji-4-4":

of the moulders of plaster of nine, for if my mistress don't have matter bow .apidly the reel was turned magic wand will give a shock that will getting due their to the goods activity out of of the importer hands of in I' to.:.JZc 101 .. i !!. ,r-" ,. 4'r

parts wall and coiling ornament. out the dress to wear tonight, it'll be the the wonderful creature would read rouse him up, or carc him into sub tho customs officers before the operations I 101II II) F; z 'IWILltTS .:
last jab of sewing you'll do for her, after aloud without mission the of the act which -
of business. With the introduction of article article as performer wishes. An McKinley were suspended I A 1 +

terra cotia'and other fire-proof .build- And she had flounced out of the seeming to be disturbed in the least. experiment iu thin new (department: of rdect.j until noon Saturday, went into I dt01Pwr!!.4E-. .J i

log material the occupation of the room before poor bewildered Cathie We have never heard whether the applied science I is said to have been j CUef Justico Fuller, on Monday ancouuced ITS CURED.ar.od 't,;

lather and plasterer is going. COm-, had time to reply. singular phenomenon was continued, successfully made in this instance, I| that the supreme court hid de-- H ,TreuiMM a EpileM LARGE TRIAL flow?:HOT SV-- '

position sidewalks equally affect the "Can help you?" asked thoughtful or even whether the patient is still I j cidi-d to grant the petition of counselrt'pr..cotiDg D"ANAI.o LONGER. GvntaH.\JBKmm vriHAaCHtMieAlCO.3MOfl &
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flagging stone and the Dorcas, glancing first at the clock and lying or noL-Uarttord Post. A Philosopher. | the British government for : oMt ,f'Ii ,

bricklayer. Mill quarryman work has made the then at her companion's unfinished Mamma-If you eat any more of Jixve prohibition to file to an prevent application the for district a writ court of I A XMAS HEALTH CiIFT":'

carpenter's trade one easily acquired Frank Delia Torre, of Baltimore, that pudding Tommy you'll see the j i f Alaska from proco ding to curry oqt I' (Exerciser Compl.U $5) ''f

within work.Oh, no, thank you; I am nearly Md., has invented instrument whichhe Bogle-man tonight !J its decree of forfeiture made in the case -Is Bar.Au. CuocuI.&a Tnm.ft '.
a fear, and every day we hear Booao r.r"... ....
of machines through," said Cattle, with a sigh.I calls the oophone, by which he Tommy (after a moment's thought) of the schooner 8.l1urd. The Alaska I' CooipbU FhvuoJ Ideal Dew Corp .<.'' \rW I j ..
typesetting agricultural Louis w required to thow cause why n 10* ", cu.' 'HaJtb *. Stnmfth to f '
tonight Don claims: that all sounds can be heard and WcL', give me some lun/e. I might ,
she will me ,
machinery and what not that enablethe < hope pay the writ of prohibition should not itsue. Mi taJ Caltmn," > lWp cu. Ck- 01} !
darkest and in the as well settle mind M til*fw Dual <e*, Pvllcrx. a!<.. f
need shawl. located on tho night my about t'atstory ]
much a new
day laborer without experience to cu-I do so 1 ha rule was made returnable oa the I Ad. JMO. E. DOWn Vaal .. h""" J Ii
take the place of the skilled mschanl, Two hours later Cathie Frown, with thickest weather. right away!-fPrck. /ncllIoQdl1 in April. Chan seh..le Mora.St.Cloall'


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a consent order sit mover was '2ft i tt the St. Johns bar, and work of nature f bands were wounded In>the army', anal i
i SOUTHERN BRIEFSt appointed temporary receiref on ,' Son. FLORIDA'S BUDGET imilar to the Jetties in the harbor of St. GEORGIA BRIEFS have since died from the of the s 't
aad wound and those whose hutbftdd '
sent'order Submitted by the road the Augustine. con.
*, ft r ', I. trust company. The question of a net 1..r.II., r.l.lere. --- .- -- tracted disease iD.the spfvice"iindtavi/ #,

DAILY OCCURRENCES IN THE manent receivership came up bcfor Of Newsy Notes and PoInted Following! are a few Interesting points Interesting Paragraphs from aU died since tbe war from tbe effects of that
Judge Newman in Atlanta Saturdn, on the subject of immigration from E. B. disease will bo entitled t draw pension

SUNNY SOUTHLAND morning. Being the choice of the stockholders Paragraphs. Van Deman, charge of the state bureau Over the State. money rrovll that was the wife of

I and bondholders of thi railroai The city council of Ocala has! tnide i I "The bureau has been in existence a little the tho waf and has faevei
as well as the trust company, Mr. Glove contract with the Electric Light and over a year. The appropriation is between It was in response to an invitnti< remarriod.ifc.

Curtailed into Interesting and< was appointed, his bond being fixed at Power company to tupply the city will $9,000 and $10,000. With tbs! from the board of trade, of tho Commercial Pasco.0.hat got 1.Te -., thai the '

Newsy Paragraphs. I $23.000. which was furuishcd. electric lights for the next five years. there has been secured* twtnty-five families club an 1 th citizens of L.'u' $vilte the Impression one and hud d':aded to
will each of which to the state G'worth the Scotch-Irish will I r.
The Florida railroads connecting meeting of congress< fuso to tho to the Mate
-- REV. SAM JONES CAN FIGHT New Orleans expect a big business Oiacccouat ) $1,000. Florida fa not alive to tlic/ad- be held in that city Ml\yl4, 13 1\01116. Agricultural pisses dolegte. which'

;T.,-1. Tillman Bro., dry good, at of the iUrdi Gras, and are tank vantages of Immigration. Little work t The Macon branch of the Southern meets in Sdet1 was based upon I
Decatur Ala, made an assignment :MOD An Encounter In Which the ing specially? low excursion rates Hound can be done with such a stinted allowance Traveler As
day. Liabilities $7,000. Noted Evangelist Figures. trip tickets for this prcat festival will bi Why, Texan, In the last two years, has ing nxt week, which, It U expected, ,,1:1: road in lurnumng these courtesies /ui

A disastrous fire occurred at Ozark, I D>patches from PalestineTex. give th good until February 24th. spent over million\ and California, our be fully attended. Tho meeting may have sorts pf wild rumors concerning the sups ,p

Ala., Tuesday. Eight business! house particulars of a hostile meeting Tuesday John L. Davis, a well-known bunker of rival, trends no lei than a million everyyear. some important mftttcri to act up,)n. pose cause for this delay wore etrto on r''

were destroyed. The estimated loss .is between Rev. Sam P. Jones, the evangelist Illinois, also intercstid in several railroads .- In case of a half million appropriation Tho cotton is being moved off the their rounds, but these rumor ill

$25,000. and Mayor Word, of that city, in who is also a large investor io annually, we would send capable do- streets of Athens ia a hurry. Tbo IIIcr. been knocked in tho head, at the pywe* n
the classes of r'
Telegrams received in Macon from Hal which the mayor received a severe caning Florida, contemplates ranking more investments agents aired have among them armed with people; literature we chant are selling, and the fleecy staple 18 are to be Issued a usual andGeneral '

timore stale that tho Covington and Macon at the hands df the Georgia preacher in South Florida l lands. There,,, confined, facts with of the going. However, the farmers are ptlll Alexander telegphe' fq
I railroad bondholders' meeting adjourned< The facts in tho case are as follows!' Las). he says, are sure to i pny, and he backs his) state's to and a lessons tell. bringing It In nnd Athens' receipts will Colonel Waddell to 1
Object Colo
Saturday until February 14th to receiv November, Rev. Sam P. Jones conducteda judgement substantially\ products. amount to over 1 OtOO bales. In acknowledging telegram, .
further bid. number of meetings there. He paid has I I The S. F. & W, is now running three( this The purpose bureau has-one two in England foreign and agents one in Tho recent panic, hard times and strii net Central Waddell as follows wired t the president of the iSj

I The board of directors of the Busincs ,usual respects to lukewarm church mom. trains doily for Sew:! Orleans, which in Germany-and their work, which is lecturing pency in money matteis hues not hurt tho ATLANTA, GA February 9 -*-neral '

: Men' Association, of Norfolk, Va., call ber, easy-going preachers, tattling women the Mardi Gras cs urtion will be highly and delivering printed matter, is farmers of Stewart county to any prr E. 1' Alexander, President Central Unit ''
to vote foi and'gossipmg men. All those classes appreciated. heir recent purchase ol There ill i considerable
upon Virginia congressmen : bearing fruit. The immigration bureau extent. a quautitof road, Savannah, Go. The farmers of
the bill pending in the took their doses of billingtate with lamb the Alabama Midland enables them to but with in the Much ot t
"tonnage" now has broad ideas on the subject, cotton county yet. Georgia render you pr found thank for f
house of representatives.Leaf I like meekness; but when tho preacher make excellent connections bvtwienJacksonville contracted purse we are ..Imoltltelpless. this is being held for higher price' nucccmful t touched the there blood in your elort
tobacco sold in Danville. Va.< In the air. The toughs reverend, gentlemen wag ar and New Orleans. By the way, Jacksonville ha a chance to Of the section of the Macon, Dublin pwscs to delegates Stllt.grcul- ce 1 ;

January, amounted to 8,919,502 pounds raigned the enforcement of the law and A Pullman car conductor who his advertise herself to advantage. Tho nnd Savannah road from Macon: to lint tural Society conventlm asemblo

Bold since October 1st, 11,548,0X( faithlessness of officers in run into Florida for eleven rears, sayj Southern Interstate Immigration association tin fifty-four mile, nbout ten miles r<- Savannah l'cbruary11h and lath No "s
the public
pounds: Increase over the same period the travel now is greater than he has ever has written for photographs of the morn to be graded. Over twelve miles ot one apprclatOyout mare than ,

last year, 000,000pounda. I eluding mayor.lion. John J. Word known it. In the West and Northwest city. We are entitled to scud twenty-Qve track have been laid, and it is intcudc J. O. WADpELt. c
The wa
The jail at Friar's Point, Miss., .burned absent mayor from tho city at the time,, but there is a great deal of talk of Florida, photograph, which will be exhibited in I to have the' remainder finished soon. Other railtoadi had aired ly granted,the w

Monday, and three negro prisoners confined when he returned he was told all thai and hundreds of people, says he, are towns of from five hundred to two thousand Judge Speer having refused a now requeit for pa'C The Richmond and
coming who never thought ot it before. inhabitants. We are also entitled to arrest of DAnville bad done< so, the Georgia
on trivial charges perished. They; had been said with some unavoidable trial and declined! to grant qn\ 1,1.
started the fire trying to burn the door exaggerations. Monday night Mr. Jones The town of Starke has become, dur send five thousand pamphlets. These will judgment in the great case of the United< road, the Covington and Macoo, the

down so they might escape. I was in the city again, on a lecturbigtour. ing tho last three or four years, one of be distributed by an agent of the association States vs. L. A. Hall, et al. for cou lanta and Fioril the Georgia Southern,

The contract for the construction of Tuesday morning, while he was'biddin the largest and bust sea island cotton free of charge. The board of trade .piracy and murder, the public 11'11very\ the tome, the Savannah, t

i the.Danville and East Tennessee railroad,, adieu to some of his admirers, the ma or markets in the sta'o tit Florida. Up to should take hold of the matter." naturally inquistivcly await the next alep Americus and Montgomery, the Wrighu

from Danville, Va., to Bristol, Tenn.,, I advanced toward Mr. Jones, but insteadof date its two large gins have turned out UhTAlthough Nat' Pe.ue.ta f of defendant' counsel rule road and tho Savannah, a a.

waa, on Monday, awarded to the Interstate extending his hand in love, admlnis. about one thousand bales each, and they and there is sentiment prevalentto Detectives In Thomas county are on tho Western. ,Sae ,,tm,
Construction Company .of New tered his cane in hate. Then it was thai are both running on full time yet, a certain extent in some portions of track of certain persons who have bee REPORT OF BUSINESS .w

,, York. I I the true Georgia, inwardness of Jonei will continue to run for two weeks longer. West Florida, that the region which embraces wantonly shooting hones in that section, -

The at Chattanooga oi asserted itself. The Bible admonished This brings into Bradford county aboutDue the city of Pensacola belongs properly Two fine colts, belonging to Mr. M.< II.
grand jury and thousand For the Week Just Ended by
'Tuesday found a true bill against Judge ,.him to turn his other check, but Georgia hundred thirty or forty to the state of Alabama, still the people Tone, were found In the lot wounded by

J.f A. Carder, for the murder of his son I grit inspired him to close in" on his dollars. of the state at large have no idea of Ifle balls. A number of line hogs were Dunn &Co. i

in-law, Simpson M. Fugette, Sunday, : antagonist. It was the grapple of a moment The strawberry crop in the vicinity of surrendering so bright a jewel from their ilso found In the acme condition.The R. 0. Dunn & Co.' weekly reviewot, '?

January.18th. The verdict is for xnurderln a wrenching of the cane, and whet Starko is very backward, owing to the crown, and they watch with keen delightand establishment of new banks show trade say: Business Unprecedented ''

the first degree.A the men parted through exhaustion,, dry weather and cold nights, -although deep satisfaction every step which that the healthy financial growth of Thomas In volume contnue satisfactory in '"
Jones held the A telegram from the plants look healthy. Last season at people makes in the line of material devel other
cane. !
Nashville dispatch of !Iondayaay.:: rllle. In addition to two flouriihln! character, being larger than in any ,
the Nashville,, the evangelist to some friends in Georgia,,, this time Starke was shipping about one opmentand especially every advance ifl the ranks another-tho Citizens' Bank and year at this season. The tone in com 1#
.Hunter McDonald of
which is characteristic of him. reads as hundredbushels dailv, now there are none commercial progress of the city of Pensa. Trust Company-is well under WRY Thi ruerclal circles throughout the i
and Louis will country
Chattanooga St. railway, and I
follows being shipped, from present prospects cola. They want to see Pensacola tako '
: new bank will commence builncs&iwith e i 1\ hopeful, and money market are
be appointed chief engineer of Western "Tbe one-gallus of Palestine tried there will be no berries ripe for one the position which is hers by naturalrightsthat authorize
and Atlantic railroad to fill thevacancy mayor capital of 100000. It has an comparatively easy at nearly all point
to cane your Uncle Jones this morning al I month yet. Tho acreage in berries this of the leading commercialcity :capital of $300,000. The uncertainty regarding the monetary

,occasioned by the death of EbcnPardor. the depot. I wrenched the cane from' year la at least one-third less than last on tho Gulf of Mexico. Tho United Tho death of Mr. Edward Elder, c3recno future causes some hesitation, especially'ai ..r

him and wore him out. I am alittle disfigured I season. States dry-dock comml-aion has just fact that ho to new undertakings, but there U Underneath -
A dispatch! of Sunday from El Paso, but still in the ring. criticised Florida is to be congratulated upon the finished its investigation' of the sites county the, recalls of 1812. lIe'wednetyaoven an abiding eouWence.that in i!
erved in war
Texas.eays:' Tho stage running between, his official career last November. It continuance of the exposition at Ocala offered by Penxacola! for the location of old at the time of his the fertile genius of the people and the
Chihuahua and Pemos Alton, Mexico middle of March. The displayof the proposed government dock to be yean
needed criticising. until the leath and tho father of twelve chit measureless resources bf the country will I'4'
was held Friday night lay masked fc"AM JOKKB. used for repairs to the ahlpiof the American was
up P. agricultural products there, especially whom Of hi. meet every difficulty. strong I II this I',
Iron of are living. 8
.robbers{ and $9,000 in silver and bullion The people were indignant: that the in fruits and vegetables, is undoubtedly navy. Peiuucola bas deep water in coven thero living thtrty-fou feeling that It i Is bad to realize, a
t ken.. The highwaymen escaped, but mayor of the town should be guilty ol I the best that was ever brought together abundance. Her harbor could float the posterity and are .. that and anxiety of November .
the officers, are in pursuit. such an act, and a meeting was at once : under one roof in the state. It baa onlyto navies of the world. She is the natural grandchildren; aud two gral-gr5it-grand\/ th pressure December lusted until' within'

It has been one hundred years since called to take action. The principa :I be seen to be appreciated. Extensive. outlet for the lumber, coal and iron pro. children rrandchildren thirty days. But there are sonio ground
the capital of South Carolina was established mover in the meeting said it would demand I, advertising during the next six weeks, ducts of the southern states. She firs : for caution still. :
and the is the of Word and the channels of course excellent railroad facilities, and Is Extensive preparations aro being mad ,
at Columbia, city preparing res'gnation,:: Mayor through proper The dry goods trade I., on tho whole t
to celebrate the centennial of that his brother officials. would take visitors there by the thous constantly the watch for improvingthem. lor the Georgia Chautauquit at Albany,. satisfactory for the season amiwhile ,
event with due form and ceremony. ands-Times Union. The natural conditions surrounding and a brilliant programme la being atanged. very buying ia i conservative both cot' r
General has been invited to deliver the sites which she offers make The interest In this souther; Ia '
Hampton LAID TO REST. The imports for.the month of January, /oa and woolens, and price aro low
of them defensible in )ffshoot "f the great parent chautauqu,
the centennial oration.At received at the Jacksonville custom any one caiiilv enough to embarrass some branches of
hotel --- of time of war. The land is not subject to of New York is yearly Increasing, BUI trado I is dourly a more T
Belmont general on
the house ,
Charlotte, N.CV Windom at were 43,052 packages production ,
of Secretary features aro being contanll't
Burial liable important now
used as an annex to the Central, was destroyed merchandise, 8,000 packages household periodical overflow nor injury added. This sensation ha bai., a well a* larger In volume, t
by fire Saturday night, entailing Washington.The goods, 0,000 packages hardware, 3,500 from any unusual disturbance of the elements. ,' caused year,a of the other than it was a year ago. The Increasing

a loss of $50,000. A large number of national capital was truly a city ol I barrels fertilizer, 1,033 bags of fertilizer, The government could doubt. I' been among in the man fact that the demand for wool, though still confined
guests were stopping at the hotel, and mourning Monday. The executive de- 2,000 barrels of phosphate, 2,013 sacks lets construct a dry dock in that church; people exec to actual need for consumption, rnt

,' naturally a great panic was created, but pnrtments and their various branches wrrc of salt, 851 barrels of salt, 1,705 barrels harbor at lens expense than at any other :uses are to take place during holy week, that current price, low a* they ar'
will debar their
t"' "' > no"lives were lost. closed all day, and congress did not assemble I of augar, 025 bags of coffee, 1,400 boxes site offered, and tbe coat of malntainance I which they state present not arrest production. Trade -in'.boot, 4 -

The United States circuit and district I' till 2 o'clock. Flag ell the white of bacon 2,050) barrels of Hour, 4,400 and operation' would probably be les.A and participation. and shoe and leather issomflwhafrretardod -

court for the western district of North house and all tbe other public buildings bales of hay, 700 tons of coal, 1,000 barrels regard the other gulf ;ports, her location At a meeting of the Merchants' Assa by the monetary -uncertainty. .' r _
-, Carolina convened at Greenville Tuesday. were displayed at Imlf-mtwt, and so were I of oil, 200 boxes of glass. The exports i* central, and skilled labor would elation, in Savannah, Monday, it wa The embarrassment in iron and '.ceel '
witnesics and I those of the hotels and other buunusi of tho month connoted of 3,183,000: not have to bo transported a long die decided to have meichnnu' week thi manufacture trade I iI now clearly 'perceived .
000 jurors
iTbere, are over, The principal business cs ablishments throughout the city. These feet of lumber, 0,000 cross tics, 70,500' tance. The selection of a site for this year from April 27th to May 2d, incluive. to be the result of the marlfed -

of the court is tho trial of the moon- : honors were paid to the memory of the boxes of oranges, 100 barrels of dry dock somewhere on Peniacola bay There will be the usual trade dUly shrinkage in demand. tO consumption

who are so numerous ia the : late Secretary Windom, who was stricken oranges, 5,400 bundles ol shingles, 5,000 would add materially to the commercial > homo races open house to visitors Account from .outher cities Indicate,
mountains of that section of the state down in the full tide of his usefulness on packages of merchandise, 800 bales of importance of that city and thus increase ilect. Tho special feature will be a big only a fair trade, an Improvement'at '
the 20th ult. cotton,.150 crates of vegetable, 500 the volume of her business, enhancing I IJ confederate: veteran' union Bad a military 1- Atlanta; and a slight improvement"JackeonUI
A Chattanooga dispatch of Tuesday There wile an air of genuine and universal package of hardware, 500 packages of thereby the prosperity of tbe whole state. I ; parade on Memorial Day. The ensampment but increasing receipt.and
-. says: The Ice Dealers' Association, composed mourning throughout tho whole city household goods.240 tons of fustic, 04 J -TimesUnion.A : of the Fifth Georgia cavalr;; for cotton at New Orlcan

of the principal factories in Atlanta and streets in the vicinity of the church tons of logwood. Tho foreign imports and an interstate cavalry tournament IirhicH Philadelphia report a good demand for

Savannah, Macon, Rome, Chattanooga will where the last rites were performed, and were 236 tons of fustic, 64 tons of logwood WRECKED TRAIN. prize aggregating more thai combing wool.

I, and other Southern cities, along the route taken by the funeral procession 8,831 bushels of Irish potatoes, 11,000( will be offered. The startling deAth of Secretary Win-

I,,' ", t.' :',meet in. Chattanooga February summer's 25th busi., to were crowded with men, women and 0,700 pounds of tobacco. The Cars Demolished and Many Pas) The bondholders of the Covlogtoo and dom caused a sudden fall in the, price of
I ; 7"- outline the policy for this formed and children who stood in respectful silence foreign export for the month' consisted sengers Injured.A I }ilacon Railroad Company held an ad bar sliver from 471 to 46l'coots:In Lon

I ness. The association was just many of them with bared heads, of 818,288 feet of lumber, valued at fearful wreck oCculted on tbe earned meeting at Baltimore, a few day; don, It It stated in dispatches. ,, Put nchange ..

,..',: one year ago. as the mournful cortege passed. The $12f>29.01, and some miscellaneous merchandise Savannah Griffin and North Alabama I go., It was Announced that propoial tease < whatever in time faDctl policy 4
.", Robert Moore, a farmer living near character and other of the i II ,
funeral was simple valued at $553. railroad few mile from Griffin, Ga. the road are contemplated by government relt
J:. e' ,Carrollton, ,Ky., died Monday, aged without the least attempt at display or liana Market. ,afternoon a in which fifteen I >arto! betides the Georgia Central, 'though It may easily happen that
Monday people
;10.. ninetyfi years. Until be was atricke ai ostentation. The only semblance to military The aide of orangra by the Orange and leu injured some of vhose offer on a 4 per cent interest basli cessor, however able, may not
or ,
.ji I)i 'week ago was remarkably hale and active. honors was the presenee of sixteen Vegetable Auction company in Jacksonville were it i I.more thought fatally. It was a ira* made two week* ago. They docidec the fertility of resources which ) 1Ole: r
them ,
i[.. He Jived all his life ia a hilly and unfrequented branch of the dom In .
members the treasury according to their last-report, shows mixed train cone tlng of four freight to leave the question with the committee ha shown meeting emergencies.The
f-; part of tbe country, within a national guard of the district. They little change in price The report says and three coaches. While of bondholders, to receive proposal and operations of the treasury during the;; ; '

; !mile of where be was born He came into acted as body bearers and marched behind Large sizes and coarse stock, with which rounding a sharp passenger curve on a high embankment to report to another meeting two weeks past week have in no way affected the

. life while Washington was president; the hearse on, its journey to the the market surfeited wcrebf slow sale, the car next to the engine left hence for final decision The Georgia,,, money market, which I* well supplied.
,! voted his first democratic vote in 1816, cemetery. There never was, however, a but sound fruit io desirable size were the trade the entire tram with it. I Carolina and Northern railroad }Moplohave Speculation accordingly, grows more active
: before be was quite twenty-one years old. civic funeral in the city of pulling and wheat has advanced 8 ''cent*
larger purely eagerly taken at prices given. A considerable Tho three freight car were scattered in a been interested ia the proceeding,, | ,
It is reported from Louisville that S. Washington, and it strikingly evidencedthe quantity of floated fruit is still promiscuous heap on either ,side of the which are to settle the future control of corn 2} cent ole | cent and'e1"tI

B. Erwin, president! of the Kentucky people's great love and esteem for the coming in. The feeling In the general road, while the passenger car presented he Covington and Macon road. cent per pound; but ,

Farmers' Alliance, was deposed fatur- dead statesman. market is better. Stocks in the a spectacle that was appalling, indeed I The following memorial ho been re. sixteenth lower, and oil 8| cent* lower.

: day and E. T. Gardner was put in his great center are being rapidly partly on the track and iiaitiy down the I rived by Governor Northen, and ex Failure for the week Dumlor 278;
;. place. The change was owing to Er- GEN., HENDERSON DEAD. reduced and everything indicates bet- embankment. The smoking car lay flat ilain itself "To the Governor of the for the corresponding week of last yeas

," win's warning in tbe alliance paper, of ter prices soon. Tt>e Auction company on Its side at the bottom of the ditch, State of Georgia: We, ,the member of the failure were 240.THIRWMILUONS.
;, ,; which, he wa editor, to tho farmers ,to A Brave Soldier and a Good till advise holding sound fruit for a better full twen'y feet from the top of the track. h. Woman' National Industrial Lcaauiif

keep away frgm the grower tobacco; Man Gone to Rest. market, which they believe U not far The ladle" coach wa standing on its top, America, present this memorial and

lot' warebou', of which ex-Senator John S. General llobcrt J. Henderson died off, but they are prepared to handle whatis and how any of the passengers escaped I tetition to the legislature of Georgia,, r
has I Is the Sum for
tf>.. Williams is president. The at his residence in Atlanta. shipped now, and they are receiving: iuttant death i* a miracle.A hat In making appropriation fir> t.he Appropriated d
, ..i, been supporting this warehouse in oppo- Tuesday of large quantities, at as good price as can I Columbian World' Fair, to be held Ii2hicago Uncle Sam s Navy.
nearly seventy age,
Although years
,, ''_- silica to the warehouse combination. the set lightly on his martial frame, be realized anywhere in the country.Feciu Carlo Indian Vehicle. in 1803, a certain amount be let The naval appropriation till, aggregating

.". -- A Charlotte dispatch of Sunday says: as well years as n his lofty spirit, and he ran from f'i to f 2.50, and In The "tonga" 1* the prevailing style 0'1 aide to encourage and aid the industria $31,111.034, which wa carried '

"" The liquor dealers of the state are much 1 died in full up possession of all those faculties one instance of extra fine fruit $3 was cart used over the road from Simla romeo of your State and enable them U through the house on final passage Monday ,
exercised a movement they havei reached; bright in 176 to 250 count, take an Industrial exhibit. The object afternoon authorize tbo
-, v over that make men good and great.. Kalka, India. The road 1* very hard to constre
.i i-:discovered chango the existing law Among the friends who knew him so 1.70 to |3; mixed size, |1.S3 to fl.80; travel, having an ascent of nearly 6000 I' of> our petition Ia I to encourage and de- tlon of one additional crubr aut ;,_

.--, regulating the granting of licenses by long and well, and whose esteem and off sizes and rough fruit ran low; runtets feet in the fifty-eight mile of distance slop the genius of industrial women." 7,600 tons, costing, ..clulo of .r

.,t *boards of county commt.aioners. The admiration he enjoyed so much, his but little behind bright, bring In best between the citie I The death of hone and mule from meant, $ ,'1 0,6oo. to be similar to s4
daim that the proposed size $1.00 to $2; tangerines! (3.00 to No. 13 authorized
tellers lutyear
liquor death the of exprestioni I arioui causes ba entailed great lost ,
was source many It ba two wheel, i* drawn by two hevlogthre4propellers
would them at tbe mercy of $$4.SO navel, |1.25 to $2. mandarins, and minimum I
; a
change of regret. Many incidents of his career hone and can four The pan a number of farmer io' lien,,
third boards all over the state, as tl.25 to $2; drops, cull and frotted carry persons. ty-ouo knot bill r the
party recalled his .>ld friends and oanty. Jt I* now proponed to csttbllit Tho
I were among harnessing of the bone i* one of the I a pi
.f w'hic reads that on cer- fruit not quoted. authorization of the
the clause now comrades who were *ye witnesses to his Plow stock insurance company, by e cale
lain conditions county commissionen gallant deeds during the war, and I..grell.r.Slrer..d II>rb.r Iai.r.v.. which they will be protected agaloal Monitor of he act of ) JJ, 1880.
.hall issue licenses,** baa been changed many a tear glistened in eye unused to ...,.. uture losses In this respect. Five to coat not exceeding $1,600,000, f

to read, "may issue licenses." I many weeping at the news ot the death of the Gen. Henry L. Abbott and Colonel hundred men in the county will probaly Jour million are appropriated for

5.4. : Fayerweather and Ladew, who own old commander. The arrangements for Cyrus B. ComtU'Ck, David U Uouaton 'I. ,... > take stock in this company. Out of the armor and armament of vessel
'JiI.the large tannery in Chattanooga the the funeral were delegated;,: tJ Colonel W' and George L. Oilleipie of the corp of la .I I his number of farmers there will be under the construction, and over ,

't;It.,. largest in the world, have just completed L. Calhoun and Colonel L. p Thomas, engineer, United State army, were in .\ t I Ij' ,000 bead of stock edtcml and valuedOr $13,000,000 under the buraui of con.
,. their branch tannery on the CbAttanooga who selected the following pallbearers: St. Augustine a few day ago. brio I (Insurance. Putting the average struct Ion and team machinery t. carryon
.. :l \' Southern railroad, in Walker county, Colonel W. L. Calhoun, Colonel L. P. officer comprise the board to inspectthe ( ., lue of this number of mule and horses the work upon all the vew./U Authorized .

"l ..L t Georgia, eight miles south of Chattanoc- Thomas, Colonel R. F. Maddox, ColonelW. river and harbor improvement of ( \ ;...- 'at. $100. they would !tare $100,000 worthf upon which ti* tpndltlle reach

;', '' gas Within the put month an enrmous II. IfuUey, pro W M. Durham Captain the several department of the engineer stock, upon which they carry aa inuraace their maximum year

'.,,-ramount' of tan bark, aggregating $50,000 U. Y, Snow, Captain B. F. Walker corp Captain W. M. 151-tck: took the THE ,TOKO. I of $00,008. Two per cent would covered by the bill. The estimates show
It been delivered to the.new Smith all of whom distinguished! officer to inspect tbe workon only out that these expenditure will full off about
1worth, .baa and Colonel W. T. most unique feature They carrypadded i mk 1.0. Supposing one
viIf ", tannery. The shipment will continue, were members of the old regiment, the the jetties on the north point of North saddle and across these rests an to die, that would one-half during the fol0II'rW! I j"r>

f" and fully $100,000 worth will secured. Fogy'second Georgia. beach und that on the beach of Ana. hon bar. The pole of the cart rests oa lake forty, of the number to b paid for, owing the toJ'Ml.The
ia a big enterprise for tai Inland; also, to examine the work bolt 'OIUOI Max the It hav rai the mniu1
The I areraje
'(. < tannery this, being fastened by c:1ulDlylroD, pro. .pe
I- Walker county and north Georgia. WORK BURN. pr gre*>i2 al Fort Mari'-n. The officer whole i* clumsy, but would require near $TOJ more pay oil one knot-Hut 1 tW8t101. o
I The
t I
well with all the work fioUhi d being the .
. ;' of Sunday are pleased to the death losses the company would *usiln. th C1't" J
4 .- '-.A. Jackson, Mia., dispatch and under way l>y Cap'aln Black it I* claimed to be well adapted bang. I' s1
t "-. says; Under the new constitution all $400,000 Worth of Property and his akiLitaot Lieut. David Dull. log over rocky road. world MALLP'OX"
ri' ,
, .: *?<"V*elector therwi o qualified, who failedCM ti't. Goes Up In Smoke. Gailurd. The board ... tQ Inspect the workof There i* a constant whizzing around Confederate oldierV widow who are EPIDEMIC UK : '
I' to all taxes' legally; assessed to them Black' department at the and cutting the edge of prods ulitled to draw peosiooa can bar their ;. wa -
.... -' .which: they had opportunity of paying for I.The Heels Iron Works in WilUmaburg, month Captain of the St. John river, where they piee. A modern wagon would be entirely i appUcatin made out ia about two The Disease Getting a FootholdIn
: hour
., by February lit, cannot N. Y., were burnd at an arly road. iaIndia. Uw provide that pension
" the Pt two yeu. be met Lieut Obtrlin U. Carter unserviceable a* the Tern.'iS
will by
lose which I
it' The time expired morning, causing a of $100 shall b to certain
Wednesday *
, vote this year. of United Stites )uve a peculiar jolting,; effect oa year paid A of farm Dallas 1
audit The iron works I corp engineer, -army, dispatch
at $300,000. 'lall
" close of business Saturday, is estimated ridowi, beginning en tbe 13lh of F b-
with bolted aid iron conveyance I
stationed at Savannah and ia charge ol which our b ( the
but covered the wagon *ay*:
DC| buildings
that the 199) The will be made I
one story payment
i* estimated percentage were withstood.
the harbor of fC'foandluawbe could not t ty husk and
improving *
\ disfranchised their fail.are block. Brenan &Colligan's cooper-- to tbe surrounding g trt.tcl
by entire I 00 proof presented txtcuivo -
,'white elector traveler proper
the Heel ironworks will take the boar J to inspect the work The fun an experienced Indian
taxe.ls leu than situated opposite department on blank ad'chltcw b" "f
,, to pv their age Femandina and ucb ia i* something fuDbhe
oi fail Davis Company's Tarnish factory of his deportment at will get out of a ride a toaga : from the ordinance of qnaraltD' Nt&libe
negroes .
cent. Tb percentage other along the COM a* be ii An ett. floe of $100 ,
the and all- place remarkable. ordinary 14 per-
reach 40 cooperage hose whose killed b ne
U thought per adjoining were
J will it ,
s to.p ay, ia the improvement o(at he couldn't bein'l habDd refuses tw At
building occupied by J. 8. Lugenl', employed pea would !M 19 shaken tp husband died 11 s
story IhO
tent and Euiek Incandescent I eat. Bruuwick, Ga, will also occup anything for a week bat one | e wh Ovtrtoa thirteen new case .reported.
f fI of
Mr. James B. Glover, of Marietta, Ga.*!, paper Lighting company company caught fire and partially the attention of the board, which recog- Indian traveler will enjoy the jumping meted army(Ia the cerrkf$ those or c1 ten-bu- Th county judge of Smith county "av
waaoa 8 turd y Marietta appointed aod pennaae Nortl!L destroyed. Damage UtM firm. nice the fact that ail harbor ImpropemeatW about of the euriou little wagon a* a I ands went ia Uwt .a br.h a. $10 p day for lu 1 asks charge i
f the
receiver armload tttt work M
estimated at 100000. bated upon dijii the having of 14* ship.
Georgia by ,Judge Kewtoaa, oi L and bulding.l. tailor enjoy b hecrd from ( t wlQ. J1t


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f THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE. 4WXIKLV -. THE LAKE WORTH\ COUNTRY.. defective workings of the ystei( m T.UCIEN'B.. DIGELOW., EVl

now in vogue ; and if he will gh The report reached Titnsville las THE WILKINSON COTTAGES

.* JOmtSAL RVOTEO TO THB DEVIL. This section is becoming a verj, the matter vigorous considerable fi Friday-through W. E. Dale, the mat: ,
? OTMERTOPTRR1RnIAxZYER AXD can do as much as any one man I '
W 'c LAKE WORTH BECTIOX. it popular is not resort surprising with, when tourists! we; consider and the new )legislature to correct: e*, tent-that L. B. Blgelow, a former resident ROCK LEDGE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. ,

isting evils.THOUGHTS. of Titusville had been instant)
the truly tropical charactei "
|cc:. Washington Avenue, Titim-ille,, and unique beauty of that territory killed at his mill at Astor Park Florida. s
Furnished and within I
These Cottages are Newly Built, Nicely ten minutes
Indian River, Florida. known as* the "Lake Worth country FOR THE PEOPLE. Till statement was confirmed by_ a telegram walk FID

." Until quite recently, this in the Titnrrl'nion on the sam of Telek'taplt-anct Postoffice and leading hotels.

noW' famous region, wns difllcult of An article under this headin,g date that Mr. Dale brought the news.
approach. By sail boat to Jupiter appeared in last week's Mar, whit 11 1 It appear that Mr. BIgelow was caughtin Have the steamer land you at Gingras wharf-only three minutes1 walk from tile *I Ortler
and from thence by mule team, a rapidly-revolving abaft in his sawmill ,
was ihe of is hardly worthy of notice, but i s Cottages. 7
Oared at th* "t11e'I1If1 iVwtofnre M fond only means conveyance.All sod his body no fearfully mangled
Clans Mall Matter.TKRltR this is so startling in its mistatement .d
now changed. Through that he died almost instantly.
Rates : Per Day; $2.50 ; per Week $t2.50 ; per Month $45. =
steamers for Jupiter connect with the writer displays such dense ig The unfortunate man was well knownon ,

Invariably In Aclranre, the iron horse at Titusville, and norance; that we have thought i t Indian River, having been engaged: t (

Onean,1 the traveller having Lake Worth as worth while to give the article In business here a few years ago as a 5d c-3mo H. H. WILKINSON. Prop.
Check Postal Or.lflr. or Two Cent his i a .
1'ontage Stamp objective point can traversethe member of the flrmof Ensey & Bigelow.
whole route to'the end of his passing criticism. He attempts ti.n m
e Year,... ............... ....-.. .......I1JW ; connect the extension of the lie was well liked by our citizens, andy .
: Month*,.n... ....1..P........n.u......1.00 journey, In comfort and in a very cit was known as a mm of exemplary JAMES PIUTCHARD. President} W. .B. BABSETT, Vice-President; the OJ
Months.........>............,.......... M short time ; for under the present dock with the improvement of th e, habits and sterling integrity. W. M. Buowx, Cashier.

?Single Copy,.....*................. ........... BoI schedule his eyes can view the city park. Why this should b< He was the owner of considerable property -
I Bent to any Address In U. B. or Canada,.Prepaid beautiful bosom of Lake Worth done we cannot see ; no persoi| In Titusville, in whose future prosperity INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
connected with the
within twenty-four hours from the new steam boa[ he had unbounded .-confidence
Editor,........ ........... WALTER 8. GRAHAM. time he off the dock Titus. line has any land in the vicinity oj:f ;
steps at and it wax his intention to return and (Incorporated under the LAWS of the State of Florida.)
Associate-Editor& Manager.C. II.WALTOX.T ville. It is a well known fact that the city park. lie urges that th make his future home here when circumstances Etnt

the great majority of people who city council ought to take charge a would penntt. _. Authorized capital, $100,000 1"

come South to bask for a few of the city dock and'make it Ills departure for a time was caused Paid up capital $25,000 male,
do not hold onreeWes re poniill>1e for the in source of revenue, instead of th
.,minion of mfr correspondent, but wfe claimua months our genial sunshine, by the fact that he was compelled to .." Average deposits $100,000 thou
right to reject any communication. want to get as far south as they convenience of the E. C. T.. Co. ;' take back a sawmill which he had sold duct\

t'ommnnlcatlonaforpnblleatlon must he Writ- can, and at the same time retain and to rent the property for warehouses on time before coming here .-,- r.
ttt plainly on one elite of tbe paper only,and the and fish-houses to those payments Transacts a General Banking ;:o
comforts of civilization.
honld, in every cane, he accompanied liy the In originally, and,was forced"to go to As- -
writer's name and addram not necessarily for this respect Lake Worth meets the desiring to .,use it for those, pur wltl,
tor and superintend this mill in ; Business
but of faith. person
publication, u a guarantee good and to "
poses ; charge wharfage to
popular demand ; far enough southto : so as to prevent it being a Hource of loss I hay'j'
boats landing at the dock. II f
be virtually beyond the approachof the to him. It was while he was engagedIn Largest and Oldest Bank on the River 'boat
town council should wish tc ;
ADVERTISING RATES frost ; washed by .the warm this occupation that he Milt his life. of tl

pea: YEAR. waters of the Gulf Stream ; with exact wharfage from boats landingat The deceased leaves a wife and infant DIRECTORS! ; 01l1JAI.
the city dock, we have no doubt
One Inch,................... ....$10.00 its truly tropical vegetation ; studded the: owners of the wouldbe child who are well provided for. Mr. .rniTOHAnn Hank W.B.BAHXfE-mrreiililent\ a .
of the National of Jacksonville
Two Inch.,....................... 15.00 with lovely and luxurious Sweeney Bigelow was the owner of valuable prop- DLBKEB (h-e-I'resldent National Rank), J. H.of. t h eJnckAAnvllle
Three Inch...................... 20.00 homes, and peopled with a population perfectly willing to pay a reasonable erty In other counties of this State and ), W. 8. URAHAM and W )(. Hap
Four Inch............t.......... 26.00 far above the in. culture wharfage ; but we do not see .- JlHOWN.
average also had Interests in the west Mr CORRESPONDENTS.Realmnrd B10os '
...... how such "
Fire Inch, or QuarterCol.. 30.00I a charge could be made
Column..................... 55.00 and refinement, its environmentIs when it is remembered that the Blgelow has our sincere sympathy in her ,, National Bank National of Jacksonville.Rank of New York M and UR f
Whole Column..............1...100.00 one that is bound to delight the citizens' great bereavement.The lin
; dock built r1'ITUSVILY
voluntary E9 I1..LA.
was by :
most fastidious and expectant tour. ,
TOT Rlx Month, divide the )yearly rate by two subscription, by citizens from following account of the funeralof
ftnd add 10 cent.' lot, and to meet the approval of
per the deceased is taken from the TimetI'moii -
Tor Three Month, divide the yearly rate by the most exacting and critical ville down the the river as well as in Titus of last Monday "The funeral of :,be''
on condition thatit
four,and add 20 per cent. h me.seeker. The development of was, to be express a free lock. As for the late Lucien B. Blgelow took place at THE TROPICAL, TRUNK .Lm

Local Advertisements, Ten Cent Per Line the Lake Worth country is just 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon from the soncht
Each Intuition. renting space for ware-houses and
beginning to acquire a momentum flsh-houses-what fUton: house, Rev. J. B. Anderson or st.Paul's .
Paid Reading )Matter not In "Local Ne", that will .gather additional force space would the +

columns,Five Cent rer Line Each Insertion. in proportion as its unique and, town the rent street? Surely not Lund a portionof who obsequies.church. The conducting remains the were Impressive accom- THE JACKSONVILLE, TAMPA AND KEY WEST SYSTEM. rig
'Legal Advertisements at Legal Ratei.. varied attractions. become known } owns adjoining Captain the street on, the panied to the grave by many friends,, Schedule in Effect JANUARY 19, 1891. Central Standard Time. ;

All_the above rate are for one edition per and it will not be many years before south is absolute of the soil who boarded the steamer W. T. Stockton .
week- its rapidly .lnpr_ >. .sTrnr,.._ nrmiiln-._ owner doled
? B r-r- to the centre of the street. The and proceeded to the old burial flOUTH BRAD DOWN. 8TATIO'S5. OOING IWRTII READ fr.t .
Bllluollected monthly tion and importance will warrant Indian River Loan and Investment ground near Arlington.. Just a week s 'I I t I

Check,etc., maybe made payable to "Graham the extension of a railroad to bring Company own on the'north side of ago the funeral of deceased's mother II"430pm 2110 120pm.. 0110 818amLv.JAcRnomn.LR..Ar... Ar..Kt. AU/ttlltlne..I.v: 550pnt1220pm 411: 1050aw 810.920am" poi
&Walton." it nearer the outside world, and took place and at the minute of her ei4w1 .. 207<< Im N.,. ....1statks........ 104ll.m tni
the street, and by virtue of suchownership very ....Ormood.:..... T 3.\ am
r.rMercbants and all other to whom we are whirl rapidly to their destinationthe death a little babe arrived at the home 8211 ".......IIa.t..ua......." TIS" m.
the) centre of
indebted will oblige at by presenting their bill thousands of tourists who owns to t- t '
Lucien Bigelow Altoona who
the lit of every month for prompt settlement.Address the street from the north. All bya T411 pm.. 1230 I'm 830 am Ly..JAf'K'.ON\'ILLK.. Ar. 830 am 1240 I'm 720 I'm
having once enjoyed its lovely surroundings that the public the town sudden turn of fate, will never know 910 121 11211 Ar..lirv5Sprge..Lv. 824 1139 am 820 ; as

will not be content to as trustees for(or the public)council have the love of a father. The pall bearers 12 10 N 25) ::.. 814 209 :: 1141 1025 :: ::::'::::'.Seville.I :::::::::: 305 421 :: I : :: :: : 104311 \

their of rest 113 "...... DeLand.......
spend seasons recuperation were J. K. A. Hussey S. C. Harrison 1m u 800 215 as
all to is the right to use the street as a too ", 409 10'.1 "....Oranpe.ltrJc..." 140" S3'J" 944: 4 1
and enjoyment elsewhere. for W. B. Clarkson Geo.' C. Wilson John 255 440" 1110 ........ .14anford........." 115 735 :900 JI''
EAST COAST ADVOCATE highway, or street purposes 24.1 139" "......plntery: 'rise......" l1MJ'm TII2 210 "
They cannot rent that portion of John L. Marvin and II. T. Baya." boo I' 310 ".,..T1TliSVILLE...." 1000 ,1130 1240 'tit,
TrrciviLLc:, FLORIDA. t8110 ," ".......Tavares.....:. 1130 "
P.O.Box 223. ANEW TAX LAW. Maine street which extends to the 8112 30/1/ ".......Orlando........" 11110 pm 8411 120T pm 4 CO
channel 338" "......KI..lmmee...." 1105 .. 800 ... 1113 am S822 \
to anyone to erect a build. J. BLAKE 820 1120 "....,...Ilanow.......:. 8/W1/ "
The in all parts of the Ing on, any more than they could 8M 820 "........Tamr. ......." 8141.11, goo "aI''
press 14 lIU.m 5m .. ....."
:F.A.M. Fort Meacle. 14WI/ ,
State are strongly urging the necessity rent a portion of Washington,avenue at his residence on Washingtonavenue 1:100: I.m 1000 "......1'IIntar.I......" t130 .tI'

Indlan'Rivcr! Locke, No. 00, Free and ofa reform of the state tax between Mr. Brady's store and In Titusville, on Monday, the i 1035 j G

Accepted Masons,. hold their meetingson or revenue laws. D. H. Elliot, the postoffice for such purposes.As 9th inst., and the funeral occurred on :4M 21T1.ii... 11:10 114II.m: Ar..lnterlachen.Lv..J.alalok..Ar. 430 1110 pm" 03'am to tr
the FRIDAY on or before Full Moon, 830 11116 1/ "......Jawthorne...." 3/1ot 918" l F1
for the
at7.-30 p. m., In Masonic Hall'In the Indian secretary of the State Press Association : city park being a Wednesday afternoon, last, from his 8M .. 1:1:1111'11I: : ".........Jtochelle......." 8Jf1 11111 "
Titusrille. at the recent of worthless piece of land, and the TIS .". 1:11\1I: .... HalnenllIe ......" 1411 8 M 1 al
River State Bank building meeting ;
late home. The Interment took placeat 4119 It\'J" ".....Oran".Lake...,." 143 T4. i
that body, presented a lengthy paper ADVOCATE being desirous of having 11M 2113 .. ".?...., tlt.ala .........1 1M T43" w
the cemetery at LaGrange.The T311 3118 "...... ....." .
Visiting brethren are cordially Invited it improved in order to enhancethe .. Lee.lltlr/t. 1200 TOO 14
: on the subject, which has been f,811O 4 1100 "......I'entlerNm..a 1040.m 1130 "
to\attend. favorably commented by numerous value of the adjoining propertyany deceased was sixty-three years of '1:040: (225 "..... UI'tK.knllle...." 1140 0''
WALTER S. GRAHAM W. M. upon 600 ........;..ltI ..... .;' 10411 J
who has visited the and of oldest citizens and ...,.
journals ; but from a rather person age, one our 11211 ....Tavaree..S. 1030 "
JOSEPH Dt&'DELL, Secret/ hasty perusal of his views, we can. city park knows how wide this well known throughout the whole coun- Dally. Ulally except Sunday 'Sun,18vonly. Train leaving Jacksonville 8 JO a m and Wat S tka
not 'discern anything worthy of statement is of the mark. Thereis try. He had served the public at various at bas p m are dally between Jacksonville and Palatka.INDIAN ., ny,

Get METCALF, editor and pro adoption, and must confess, his no piece of land in the corpora. times In several capacities; has acted as

prietor of the Indian River News, Ideas seem to us to be far from tion that can compare with it as deputy clerk, of ,the circuit court for RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY :.

practical. The legislature, at its an admirable location for ,a park. A. A. Stewart for many years when

of Melbourne, is about to begin the next session, will no doubt do something The land is covered with a dense that gentleman required any help in his I Y :

publication of a weekly newspaperat with the tax laws, and it is growth of tropical foliage, and office, with satisfaction to his employer '

Juno, the county seat of Dade i our earnest hope that they will i there are oak trees upon it six feet as well us to ,those having business to ,,. .,.

county. This will be the" first handle the subject to some purpose in diameter. Its value', when donated transact with the clerk. For several t

Journal in that ; but we have grave loubts in to the public over three years months during the fall he was engagedIn p
ever published
regard to such a result being se ago, was $500.00 ; to-day it is assisting the Brevard Abstract Company a >

baliwack ; but from the rapid development cured. Every legislature, for the worth much more. in making general index of the --:;;.",, ,i rt ,

of the territory in whichour past twenty years, has dipped into No one connected with the ADVOCATE deed records of the county; and at the, r,

friend is about to locate, we tax legislation, but only to leave owns any land in the vicinity same time he was employed after the I Steamers leave TITUSVILLK dally except Sunday 0:00: a. m., arriving at Melbourne !'fI

are satisfied the realization of his the subject in greater confusionand of the park, and our only objectin close of the day, in assisting the town I :12:00 noon. Returning, leave Melbourne l.OO p. m., arriving Titusvlile 7:00: p-nu ..1
perplexity than ever. The urging its improvement is in assessor and performing the duties connected Leave Titusville at 830 p. m., daily except Sunday, arriving Jupiter 9:00 a. m., :,t

expectations of prosperity and simpler the laws on this subject. order that the town, may hold it with his office of town clerk and I a.I next m.,morning.next morning.Returning leave Jupiter 12.-00 noon. Arrives at Titusville 1030: tCONNECTIONSAt

success will not be long deferred. the better. Let us have something for the purpose for which it was treasurer. It was while engaged in these I

short and'specific, so that settlers donated. It was offered to the several capacities that he contracted a Junction Sanford City Jacksonville New Smyrna with and Lake diverging Helen.line At north Jupiter east with and J.weat.* L. W.At R'y Orange for Lake City 1
town council three ago on severe cold, and it was noticed his Worth. At with O. B. n',for Oakland Tarpon Spring*,Clearwater and Gulf Coast points;
REPEAL THE ROAD LAW. coming into the State will be able years by and with South Florida R'' for Winter Park, Maitland etc. At Tampa with Plant Steamahlp Line 1
to tell at once what their duties condition that they fence it and friends that his health was becoming for for Key Key West Went, Havana Havana,and funta Mobile Raima and, for Manatee river polnta. At Punta Oorda with itwunert ]
St James City and Fort M
are. There is no doubt, many who make other improvements :within permanently Impaired and he was advised PULLMAN PALACE BUFFET SLEEPING CARS on through> fut mall train dally between
The South Florida contingent in would otherwise have invested in I six months. This condition has to give up a part of the duties he New York and Tam without change.
1ST For Information call
on or adJreu: M. E. GRL'BKR,
Agent Tltuivllle.
the next Legislature should make Florida have been deterred from not been fulfilled, although three was attempting to fill. He persisted R. B. CABLE, G. D. ACKERLV.
; doing so on account of the great years have passed since the offer however In performing his labors as Cen't Manager. Gen.ran..Agent.

an effort to repeal the existing difficulty they would encounter in was made, and we fear that it is usual, until a few weeks ago, when he o .

road law. Its provisions apply trying to keep their property from too late to secure this valuable was attacked by the prevailing epidemic, EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY

well enough to Middle Florida being sold for taxes. An exchangesays property for the town. It has LaGrippe, and, owing to the Impaired

where the counties are compactand : "It is not so much the faultof failed to fulfill its part of the condition of his health in which it found !

populous but it is ruinous in the laws as the incompetency of agreement and the owners have him, severe pneumonic complications ,
the officials charged with the dutyof waited patiently for several ;years, ensued and notwithstanding everything ,tj
this portion of the State, for almost enforcing them." There is a and cannot be blamed if they call medical skill, and the constant care of <

the entire amount of money raised great deal of truth in that state. I it off, especially when it is valued his wife, could do In his behall, he succumbed -

lor road purposes, is used in pay. ment, for it is a fact that it is not i so lightly in the public press by to the disease, being confinedto

rug mileage to the Commissioners, uncommon to find your land sold the writer in last week's Mar. his bed for about ten days. The aged '

for taxes when paid them at e Citizen says : "Talk about monopoly mother of the deceased Mi... S. P. Blake
who from distant to you ARRIVAL AND
come points DEPABTCBK
if there is not one of these and his sister STEAMER 8WEESEV.!: : .t
the time and have Teal on from
a receiptin
tame GouiO
proper SOUTH-Tbe leaves
attepd the meetings of the Boardat. your possession. Brevard county things running around in the shapeof Providence, R. I., In response to a telegram Goixo XOBTII-l.eavell Sweeney Titusville TITUSVILLE about ISO p. m. '

the County seat Brevard is is not free from errors of this a city dock and would-be city and attended the funeral, but The steamer J. W Sweeney will leave about;NEW 11 a.SMYRNA m.: Monday Wednesday ;,
peculiarly unfortunate in this re kind, for we know of four different park, then' I am very much mis were too late to be present at his death. and Friday at 7 a. m., stop at all intermediate point, and arrive at BOCKLXDUE :

spect. Our county is very long, owners who paid their taxes for taken." Citiaen has evidently a The deceased leaves a widow, to whom, at 5 p. m.Returning. .s ht,..
their of andlore as well as to his aged mother and to hU every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at "I'.. wand 'a
1888 and
and the County seat situated at ; yet property 6eadiJrn. arrive at New Smyrna at 5 p. m. '. e. '
sold at the tax sale of 1889 for the sister we tender our. sincere sympathy.For coxxECTioxa 1. lot_.
the extreme north end. A Road his remarks that he was an officialof With A..t W. R. R. -
at New
taxes of 1888, and in each case Smyrna fur all points north via Clydes fet.,,.John* a '
Commissioner from Eden gets there is a tax deed against the the competing steamboat line, Sale.A River Line, and Clydes' Steamship Line. -: "
of those citizens who have The merchants and shippers of Indian River who wish to line
or one this '
mileage for 200 miles, or $20.00, property althongh the owners have been the town to very desirable cottage In Xorth 71tusville will please advise their consignors! to mark their good Via Clyde patroniza Line, care, of ; I

every time he attends a meeting.. their tax receipts for the year for mend their compelled sidewalks.by situated on an extra: large lot, A. & W. Ry. and E. C. T. Co. or Via Clyde Line care of E. C. T. Co., Blue Springs. 4I -*.

If this amount were spent in Im- which their land was sold. suitable for gardening. Good location R. P. PADDISOX, G. F. PADDIMW, tV

proving the roads of his neighbor Our representative is peculiarlywell and neighborhood. Also 40 acres of General Manager.- GenL Frt. A PaU."Agt,... ,. ",;'

hood, the effect of the expenditurein qualified to assist effectivelyIn Special Bargain.That land with house and young orange grove t

that way would soon be appar. the framing of a new tax law and other tropical fruits, near LaGrange, If You Wish to Keep Well Posted on the .
ent. Our County Commissioners lie is a lawyer thoroughly familiar fine business lot on Broad street, and 21 miles from Titusville. Both of

can just as well look after the with the existing statutes ; and in just west of Indian River Lumber Co's these fiDe properties will be offered Various Topics of Interest on the .' j

roads. while meeting for other addition to this desirable qualification ,office Front 00 feet on railway. Large cheap for the next 30 days For prices '. '

purposes, and do it just as well as has acted as collector of taxes building now occupied by J, S. Watson and terms apply to J. B. Terry, South- East Coast, Subscribe for f A f, $ ,

.'pt'eJallloard charged with road for several years, and had an excellent .t; Co. Price 100000. Very easy terms. old, X. Ti or to Jones t Atkinson attorneys

matters alone. opportunity to note the ROBBIS* A G&A7 A11, at TUusvlile, Fix 23-10t this Paper. : t. :'I jj J'.

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.. THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, FEB 15, 1891. _. .__ .?..,._=* I V V/'Vffj

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SEVILLE. POULTRY "FARM i, I 0 FEANX T.( BT7IDG-E:: : '' fiJif V /;'


Glass, fills.FiRILYA1ARE\ b.r; & Blinds ." '

, ressed Poultry of Every Description Paints Doors ,: .,

; :
filled same: day received.' Prices guarantee

FRESH EGGS, FANCY STOCK. rJTlirVnreVood & G-OlHOlillO Cool StOVCH.Orders .

HOTEL TRADE A SPECIALTY. Crockery. F. T. BUDGlt!, Tilusville, FIn. ", ". ; '

|oncri by wire filled same day received. 1 l lS

Write for P.particulars 8. JOHNSTON.and pricesIwjudmo Manager., nd attacked a fine large Turkey hen,I of Association Mini lly i TT. U. SAT "\lS'rEA.D, V k m 11,

-I nd more than likely would have con- Laws of the Indian Iltver Dealer In INDIAN RIVER LUMBER : :
The Pioneer .
Lumber Company. ',
nered her had It not been for the timelyid
Correspondence. wltneoMth, that the unler- .
I of the old gobbler\ ; and Julia say, signed These have Articles hereby awnt'laud themselves. together GENERAL MERCHANDISE :1' ," ,

t If he had stayed on the ground much ; for the (lUl""f fornttngsvarporetinn; s sCapital '
conuliietl : L
act "
We do not hold ottmflrr rrfi>ontlitr for 1 onger, lie would have shared the same under In rllAl'r the Kt'ner.llnrofl..ratlon 94 of MrClrluin' IHftnit of the lawsof Eau Gallie. C01.\.llPAJSrS\'" '. : :, ,
caught not Florid, and rha|>h , Mrs. Chappel $ 5,000. / .,
ate the one :
as -
I the opinion 0/our rOm'HlIOIIJI"II : 3iiu7" of the law of 1W, amendatory i< ;
ong ago. thereof. I keep in Stock a Choice\ variety of '., -
AHTICLB 1.-Organ liallon and nl.nl\lt"ment. : > ijJ :
Saturday evening several members of TIle name of thin cor'oratlon n shall he the ludlnn GROCERIES;, HARDWARE, TITUSVILLE FLA < :
Careless Sportsmen. it.the evening fort River Lumlier Couiianv, and I iw doiuii-lle\ hall __ ;
he Alliance thought; be TitiinTille, llrevanl ('0., Fla. ltd iiienilienliliihull CROCKERY,'l'OILWfJtTICLE8., ETC ." j', s
regular meeting and congregated at cnnnliit. of the Incorixirator,and all ntlierswhose rOMPLKTE STOCK OF '
FLA. Feb. 0 t8Ut. a'' name npiwar a* holiler of Its cai'ltxl And.will Sell as Low as the Lowest. ; >
TROPIC, Mr. Feasters' to find tiny had mad honks of the company. Thelanuicement
Conat.idrorafel all declairud a called meetIng tock upon the of the company shish l>'' iiitru td Call and examine my Stock. 18 House Boat and Skill Lumber, / : yBrick iBi
| En l mistake, so to a bard of tlmte or more utter tots,a*shill Iwletennlned :
The boatmen of Indian River who and instead of nccupylng the halltpstairs each year at the annual incctlnit of Keb.f of. Lime Cement Fire-Brick ; -|
the torkholileni, to lie held the lot day ,
in the room and Indulged hoard of dlnrbore E. ENDER & CO. ,
make a business of carrying sportsmen, met sitting each and evt y year. Hut the under.signed J. '
all the evening for this first year abate nmnlrit of the Lath and ,, Ji'
should not allow indiscriminate firing at in music ROIl ringing incorinirator. any two of whom shall Mouldings Shingles, ,

ducks, right in the direction of the shore, ; Mrs. Feaster says It was a rarereat oiiKtitiiM a quorum for' the tranoartlon. shall lie of held linnIICKS. 61Ohn161J.orS; : p f ,
nf the illrocivm Work }
Meetings I AtiMANUFACTURihG Brackets Pickets Turned
or they may find that some of ,the shore and he enjoyed; It much more in the lot icy of Febnmry of each year,annual Immediately ; :. I
of the .
people might return the compliment, ban the Alliance; hopes the mistake 't..khnl.\er..meetlnf after\ the adjournment\{. Meeting. of the heal JEWELERS, EJousos: Fran10d to; Oxdot 'r : '! ::
of citizens I will be made again end she will have lie Belt at any time on r.allof either 1'1'0..1dent FIn. r' \ .' '
with !interest. Several our may duo notice" nf time TitUHvil o, II. HANSON Maungor.Q 'f. ,
on ,
ber l or eeiieral-manaKer ... .. . -- .
have at various times remonstrated with he, pleasure of the company of musical .n.II.lat'l.f nieetlnKlielnuKiven! .. such iHiard member ofdhrectn -- -- -- -- ,

boating parties for firing in the direction friends soon again. of the may board.be filled Yaraurlee by the hoard In the lor the "n- Repairing: of Io'll1tnnt! ComplicatedVatches I'rofoNi'tionltl Ct\l'llt M. Sanders | Coy It
Mass. expired t nu. The director elicit \ ; netting; of Diamonds I\Utlotlll'r ,
of their homes when the sportsmen were Mrs. John Smith of Boston from their own numlxir a presideut, ,.
aminiK Ntonm.Alligatorand
only a few'rods from shore; and to-day,,, spent Monday with Mrs. Froscher; she vlce-prexlilent, treasurer and a wrettiry and ,vhallirettcrilie who Precious Hog Tusks Carved and GAULDEK: Dealers tn t' $t :

1 a well known boat that belongs down had never seen an orange grove and as shall alxo" their act an dime aanentl-maiiniccr;* and fix their voiupenxif. Mounted, for I'.uie-liciwH: brooches, etc. I 'l1'I.

the dvprv fired into a house from the Mrs. Fs. grove is. an lovely Rills possible, >lon. TIle cnpltal Shell Jewelry mulo.; ATTORNEY-AT-I.AW, ]DRY) GOODS NOTIONS ./ ,
'k. ,,
Of capital t<"
AHTK-I.B II.- In S. II. Ray's: new building, opposite .
white with the charming ll\Neil FLA.JAS I
Banaia river;, and a little later a she was carried away stock of the company.shush IM.nnn.wi 1 mitumrllied'or < from I'oslofTioe. Trri-Bvn.t.K, CROCKERY, t'

sloop-yacht fired four charges right tnt sight; In the aftcriloon Mrs.' F., brought halo must!:tt(>Hiaruiof be paid. fur fl'KI.IMea"In ,full' "he SUx-k Core the liwnliiR corner Prompt attention to all orders by mull SADDLKUV: '. :0" .

us from the Indian River, the shot rattling her as far as our place; she expressed of the stick fenlHuaten for the conduct., but of the hales company an loon maybe or otherwise Klnov T. SANDERS, STATIONERY: ,\ I I. y

will be i\ with our beautiful organised stuck. luu keen ". I.
all around us. There herself much pleased as 10 percentum of the capital ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, FAMILY MEDICINES
meeting held this week by the citizens country and charming climate; laughedat paid took in.Kcript The to director inlmcriliera* may, who provide have for not fully Will\ practice In Ml tlieVmirti of the Bovrnthluiliflal \ UAltDEN{ SEEDS. '\' ,,; t l

of this place, and some action will lx us for calling this weather winter; .moll aM up script their shall nilwcrliitloiM not\lie entitled): but to the vote holder at meet-ol HODGES & GODFREY Cln-tilt.(if .'llIrhlll.P.OIlIII,2:111 TITl'IWIU.E. FLA. CIIOICK UlCOCJmus.I ';': fl

"taken! In the matter, of which you will, her husband building a house boat in hogs| of the Btockhnlder lab certificate and nee-ol Manufacturers of to 1.lIan. I KAY, COIIN, MAPK.V: FERTILIZERS, '.> '.
finished slush be ilicned by the Money :" '' i
'''be duly notified. In the mean time, II Tltusville and as soon as it Is stock retary of the cor|>oratlon, an J'reshl"t with It! FINE PATENT: FLOUR

some fool boatman finds a few WinChester they will leave to take In the beauties of corporate itahle Real, and Certitlcatri may be transferred of stock hall by en.be Yellow Pine Lumber )Ki>noK M. IMimiNK, VAtvr: 8.OIUHAM.A 00006, F1or1Cln. II s r,

.balls playing around his craft, I It: our Indian River further south; they lunwmeut non-aiwe and the secretary shall keep therecord ItODDlNS GRAHAM,

that have somE I best wishes for a pleasant trip. of the Ismie I and traimfer of all nick,which per KOfdll A nttENSgn: ,
will remind him we have our tlflcatet the stubs of the stock book T. 'W' R.Ogcrs
upon .
of the tuuinlientblp ol Orange ,
which CITIZEN, reconl nhall be evidence '' t.' CrutrmLnml
lie must respect. r rill Vrjrt .u.v
rights,; For Charter by Hour or Day. the corporation. The directors nhallhave r ilellveml at any part of Indian Klver TITUSVII.I.K:, Rrovurd Co., Florida.: UKALKIt: IN CLOTHING,

ARTICLE III.-Of finance lie secured byuuirtnatte bill of Indlnir.. Anyone eimtemldatgInQbnlhufn ]I I'. o. Ito,,m .
Court power to borrow money to the Kant!: (Coant would ilo well to Sents.; Furnishing Goods Shoes Hats ";
Circuit Boventli '
of the
approved therountlee :
other In sll
I The 30ft. cabin launch Delphlne, ,debenture lends or the ca..ltal.II""I"rty write forprllees. The Rawmlll ultuatdtt on theJ. Will Iractl..e hpwolftl !.. 'l,
'for credit expedient and to hypothecate K. w. ,II miles south of lalatk I[Intuit soil In Die IItll.nolll".lrt.| :
T.& Ity. Trunks Valises
day I'errel.thllt.1..1111 ;,
Is for charter, by the hour or. ,and franchisee of the enrporatlnnto Illllo for Kxsinlnlnic and Caps :
Convened Tuesday morning, butt Address B. It. Indvbteinieii; but the Client Ante I CiKJott,K. HtlllnK j Kan Uallle, Eugene :TltI.... rorrvoiHinOnni1 "II"lt..1 l from CUlui yTl '
secure .
Indian River.- Uino.pil FINK CIGARS Etc I
been any point on Suaumotof IndebtedneM to which the corporalon \ tilts and llvlri to HpunlMh, limit "
yery".Utt.le actual bt lllnells., had W. Jerome Rockledge, Fla. 23jan3mo: ; can at any time subject et<.itself..k. The*halt general-nut I Satsuiun III(. litN, Piitnnn (0., Fin Money to I-n.n. I ID I Tho only 1101)501n town making a specialty 1'
of adjournment two-thlrtutliecapital
transacted to the time exceed Gents. Goods.
up hall at the annual iu etiiiK' of the of Furnishing
last evening. llrertorn,and at itch other times an may beflied Drop In and examine my stock, and ti

r The cvhninal docket was acted, upon Indianola. amines[ by the of the director". submit and iceneral account account of the Advertise in this Paper. R. M. 1>. L. DODSOJf) G Dompure prices Cash cuHtomera command ".

as follows: State versus William Tay of its finance .ml'&IIY.< by hint at the atock-onus every consideration competitor t i

for=Bond escheated Irirt fw'its ordered Services were held in Hildreth chapel of holder the .company for the Imipectlon of SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SURGICAL ulalm to ,confer

to sureties. State of Florida versus Sunday, conducted by Itev. Gove. AIITICLK IV.-Of general buslners. The pen- GEO. ALTREE, Call when convenient. First doot
as by
lie traniucMcl DENTISTRY,
I oral nature of the bu>lne to & MECHANICAL south of ADVOCATK office.
John .A4dlllon-larceny of animals; continned. The Sewing society held their weekly the company hall lie the buying and lelllng; of 1
> Carrie S. Holt lumber, and other merchandise, erecting BROKER AND TITU8VUXB:, FUMIDA.D .
'; State versus meeting at Mrs. Grether's last Friday raw mills buildinK;wharves and tram. I
, operating
continued on account of absent witnesses afternoon, tads, acquiring and disposing. and operating of real entaM tele Tittlt-v lie, Fla. DIXON & GRAY,
and t R. B. L. WILLS:!,
f State versus Jas. Seward-an assault the recent arrivals were Mr. graph and telujilione line, freighdhuug and" Agent for Pianos! and Organs; Florida Iteuler In u
Among pur-
\ ,and attempt to commit murder; con and Mrs. Berlingame, of I'alatka. They team",set. ,boat and to on do Indian a general Hirer for building and contracting Brick and Lime; New Process Gasoline PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet t '

t tinned. State of Florida versus Lewli have rented the Scliuyler cottage for the The company butdne hall commons Its conmratexbtence murder 1501
fl. of
twenty ,
i Grlftln-8'lault: and attempt ;; season.S. on the, ant day of. FehruaryA.... ion of New and SooonllIllOd Furniture sylvanla, and an experience services to] ','
assault. State of or a*pain Urereaftera.Its of tate,, to supply the years In practice, offers his JEWELltY, ,
verdict aggravated land for tiled with the secretary In fact will Ret anything
a sad are "
Field has given the by-law Innuwl.It of Tltusville and vicinity. '
Lundy-assault certificate of due Incorporation People. the citizens SI-ECTACI.KS: ASEWING
Burnham and a wants of the
Florida versus hope to soon see, for the term of 20 yean,from date t co. MACHINES, t
disposed Public Hall which we hall run Tradl'lImen'.Sol1ell Stocks Disposed) of. OFFICE: OVEn j. w. IIOOKUH
murder not yet ;;
and attempt to ;; of Iu incorporation.AanCLSV.1Hamendmente.
t completed.A TheM articles Will sell on Commission private treatyor Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machine and ,
will probably be tried to-day. affair was the social I and by-law may lie amended on vote of threeflftb Public Auction, anything you want LA RUE I' ELY, Machinery ne1lalred.Vawbel", Clock '
The following civil cases were disposed very' pleasant *of the stock present at any with meeting law of or to turn into money. and Jewelry a Specialty, .

t of u follows: Francis Ransom versus hop at Prof. Schuyler'n Tuesday evening tab stockholder Lwe.nda called majority In conformity of the out tanlllC!! Cash advanced on Goods for absolute JUSTICE:! OF THE PEACE 17TU DIS1 School nooks and School Supplte .

J. T. Sanders and John Waller-referred The City of Columbus took a party of; itock-ihall ,;i'-.tlww a quorum at any nwck- .....1.... Notary fublio for the HtaU at Irg' Subscriptions taken at publisher' price

to referee by, onsent, and C. McCarty fifteen to Melbourne: Beach last week holder's W1TNEH8 meeting oar bu U and Kali this 24th day of I IQ CimtnK'tnr. Natural sod'flnUh IlnlMor a Hneclalty.MCL1IOURXE over SO.years >xtxrlence. for Newspapers, Books, MagaKnoi( etc t

made party defendant. Henry Sanford ill reported a pleasant trip. January.A. D. 18U1.! J4 snI : FLA. prescriptions carefully compounded at ,
a *
it ;. lidDrugs
and acknowledged > : : -- ; time day or night. :Ft
dismissed Aliened : D any ,
I Robert Morrow- family of Marion 'ft J ; .
and JiiIt .
: versus Mr. Wallace before i ma this 24,Jan.?91 ("* ., \ : .. Iff' t
ordered to costs. week. B. Burchnel, Not',rub } Fu'toJ.L f '
.1 and plaintiff I Ohio are expected this d ': : William: "
and J. W.I Signed and acknowledged Walter Ocauyearu I j cn ,
(George B.:Gardner S. II. Ray Dr. Hill's handsome residence Is rapIdly M Jan.,III I (sxA6l) )t aOM Drayman. '*..*<' ,

Rogers ,versus F. G. Schell trespass; and Improves the CB.MaKruderNot'rI>Db. e1 .. .il jPI. Hauling done at reasonable rates. Attends / : ;
; completed .
adjusted by the parties. being Signed and acknowleo,''ed) D....,,..rt RaDlOn.O. Q = all departing, and moots all arriving Patent Medicines,; ;
r was amicably look of the place greatly.Mr. ore me this XII Jan 91 I psxAL.p I ... .. ,
.) trains. ,
O. M. Uubbiiu,NOt'11'ub tit. = I
of New York, who has Orders left with G. B. Humph or at Articles' : '
LaGrange. Pierce, orricKU.D. : ''I &l1 rri.Q Elegant Perfumery and ToUet I.;.
o office will receive" prompt
rented Mr. Martin's house for the sea B. Paxton President. AVVUCATK
ion, baA arrived,' bringing with him Walter Hubert UoiKtyear Kaniuu, Heo'y, Vlce-rreiildent&! Gen. Manager. I t 1 f bC attention. Kept constantly on hand at.

Carlile sold one of his cows
Mr. James twentyflve guests A. I'roeohor,
last week to'a party living In Mims. OBSERVER. Notice. el Uyl.d T1TUSVILLE, FLA., J. B. Screven's'J' ,

Miss Rebecca Mime, of Mime, with Notice Is hereby Riven; that the unllf'nlpe.1. t8.iF a full Metallic and '
the Keeps
W. Wright of Westerly, R are aUmt to form a Corporation general Wooden HTOHE. .
Ray DItUO .
friends, were out riding\ early Wednesday Incoriwratlon law of the State of "Florida w .
In town yesterday. "The Conioratlon ball be known ai o Itq Caskets. I r 11'
through our town. They [I., was u follow i Collins, Cases and If
and iu principal
morning Lumber(0.,
...seemed be enjoying themselves very Notice. For the benefit of partlei the pUc Indian of builnee River* will be Tltu,llle, Fla. Th .gl: Funerals attended if desired. All orders Also the latest Newspaper, Perlodl 3-, {, : ,
of the biiilne to be transacted U the } aA and at reasonable male, etc. :
much. wishing to visit New Smyrna from points nature buying and Mlllng of lumber and oilier merchandue promptly executed -q M. '
tickets will be sold to >erecting and operating aaw-mUlJla 35 rate. Embalming done. 2 1> '
River 3
Indian ,
We: notice quite a lot; of lumber going on building;wharves and tram-road,se YOU ,
its destina- "parties of fiw or more on, one ticket; disposing of Heal Estate!: and land TTATilj ,.
found J
TelepMailines P. ,
and inquiry and
by upon and operating Telegraph; :
till Feb. 28tl erecting
We beg for fare the round trip, and teain busts on Indian
one tail
ff lion was)Irs. Albino Brady's. at Titusvill River;for running freighting purpose,and to do a general CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, Wines Spirits .
atop EDEN
lieve'lt is to make chicken houses, as we Boat trains no longer building and contracting bn.lne.*. Capita

have understood she will raise many station, so passengers would find it much Block of shares Company of$100.00 i* to each.be I'JS.OOOJX Stock Mibacrilwc. divided TitUHvillo, Fla. ,
Into ilfiO
take the steame
We wish her success. more convenient to for must be paIii ,or In full before issuing Mock Estimates furnished on applicAtion.
thJI.prlng. Wharf. Single I but the ooinpaoy may be organlied
at the Town eertlttcate: solicited :Beerm
Gardner's mother is happyIn Sweeney for the conduct of business. loon u MO percent PINEAPPLE Correspondence and patronage
Mr..Geo. ckle 85e. 01 ha been 4103XX. ,
fare from Tltusvllle to R ge, of capital itock of corporation .
the possession of a fine cow, recently Paddlson, paid In. The company hall commence iu corporate "
the steamer Sweeney.-G. F. Feb. lit. 111I/1. or a* Mom
purchased from Mr. Eb. Carter. We freight and pass, agent,East Cons,. thereafter exUtenc u iu article> of association and bylaw M. XJtxxxxxoll, eIG ARS, ETC.
genL and j
and all such the Secretary of state
filed with '
will expect fresh butter Transportation Co. t.f certificate* ar* of due Incorporation IMUML TU PLANTATION BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER OK TilE FINEST QUALITY, ',
like things the next time we have term of aald co.lIIratloa.ball be twenty ,ean. ,
The business of the company will be conduct 00 TO

of dining with her. C. J. IIECTOR by a prevalent,who hall, vlc-iireldent al o bold the treasurer position and of X1.i.ohards TituHvillo, Fla. '' "
U Hcnakcr.
a secretary ,
Miss Clifton Daniel, of Georgia general manager and a board of director to be 17. E. Work contracted for on any part flf Losley &
of Miss Louise General the annual meeting of th tock-bold
'welcome guest Dealer In elected Indian Rlier Florida. 8
most en to be held the pet of February of earn year Eden, Indian JUver. t Families Supplied
Rosser. She arrived here Saturday]: The highest amount of IndebtedneM or liabilityto ..
Moro1aax.diseMelbourne tint, sub -
visit to her brother, Dr. Daniels, > which the corporation e&DF.at*any capital .W<.k. Notice. J S
a ; Fla. Joel itself,ihaU not ; no. McAllister
her stay among usof that at meeting of th* S
Cocoa. We nope" (I000VSAS.ROBEST Notice 1* hereby' rlren a
and a bright spot in JUJlao. Htockboblen and Director lit tb East: Coast .
> may be pleasant Tnnaportotiiin Company,Article 11. of the ByUwiol Contractor for lAtIM

memory to recall in after yearn. Hats Shoes Clothing Dry GoodsJust follow tb t odd Artlcle Company U.of wa ibirk.cta amended.-Tb Vi*reada capital

loaded with the sweet perjipiue PERFECTEDCRYSTAllEKSES stock of tbl*eoinnaoy hall b* fJO: ,oOjw la
The air h U I b Wells
Goods. Wpablup In full. 'n.e capital stock ,; : Artesian
of the opening orange blossom Arrived. Splendid divided Into Zoo liann of'luUUlO eab. Each eortlncate ,
be white and HARDWAKE, LEAD, saes.Ctalay of suck hall be klgned by th*rreeldiin ff4NJ& to
PAINTS, lases f !
Jn: %.our grove..111 soon OILS, J'In' atIrtya sad attMted by thus secretary: with the sal b i Han Gallie, Fla
and an GROCERIES, GUA1N Certlncat of stuck may *
.green Instead of yellow green DRUGS, tb corporation.
and tb pd-Omow.N.HENDRY
line of Indorwment
and.in fact a traniferred by transfer
it kinds
all winter when banging Of all ; record of tb IMO
bayebeen a
they 11 hall keep
la everything. Call and examine. surrender of all stock certincaUe upon the
"t with ylpe fruit; we, wish every one and tub* of the tock look, which recurd hall b*
a climate, a. of th* wmtwnhlp of tb corporation. 1S
hB work enjoyed so lovely evidence .
;"t Titoille Meat Market WAlTEa B.UlUlLtil Secretary A

', -ours.. .,... Dealer in i
.-.JV-T", .-Sherwood Swason, of BennlngIton T. "VST" S1\Ll..L..u::, _

; ': ,Ala, made a flying trip here to see General Merchandise _"k

edits wife and little son, who have been ALL KIXDS or Drayman .

?J l ding the winter at Mr. Johnson's;;; I Salt Meats Eggs Will attend to. all and kinds expeditiously.of Hauling, DRY GOODS, THE ADVOCATE

'V to Left Monday loaded with trophies of Fresh and J. 13. ENDER & CO. promptly. cheaply .

S><; nor lovely clime la the shape of several sale of these celebrateClauea .]l Will deliver baggage fur passenger NOTIONS,
t fruit long Oysters Fish Fruit & yegetlbles, Have exclusive on train or steamboat STATIONERY, lob Department
\ ;JwleOea of oranges, grape : In TitusvlUe.'AUI.K1IEB. arriving or departing. I Printing

; t ijrey moss young! orange trees, eta; w ix SxA: OS. MOORE, *.

e. ,hope he will reach his tree homq'with mAy1he.A all well CASH FOB POULTRY EGGS, VEG- The. only Manufacturing. KELLAM Optician I h I Can my be residence found at In the South Railway Titusvllle BUtiorf"at Choice Groceries -0T. Is Ready tn t do Your Work t

and FLA
preserved Peddlers allot :MIMS,
TABLES ETC. the South, Atlanta, Ga. U. S., Mall Carrier. 5 M
few days ago a tare hawk dew supplied with these goodOfebGlJl(J .
DAVIS Manager.Articles
E. J. ,
down la the yard at Mrs. Jacob Feaster


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:;; \ D. C. I and ordered that she be put in commission. -, OVER ALABAMA. the bride wee shot dead. At "your COI'<' fOR TilE --. '

:, I ; respondent at this place, I desire to correct Canada constitutes 41) per cent. of the
false statement. No such pal- I A SIMPLE BRAS CUtAKWUA : l
The President on Saturday cent to the tins British empire. If she had 287,003

senate a message In regard to the law requiting Various Things That are Happening ties hElVe procured license in the county good way to clean brass ia to mil square miles more she would he as large -

tWS NOTES AND ITEMS FROM him to appoint a successor with. .*; and the whole thing" is false from begicning '... Bno onnco oxalic acid,'six ounces rot as the continent of Europe; and exclusiveof '

|:'THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. in ten days after the death of a secretaryof Around Us.. to end. half ounce of gum Alaska, she is 600,1)00) square miles
the treasury. lIe thinks he should -- The census gives Alabama ,a Chines! ten stone a larger thaft the United Slates. In fact, C

have longer time Under the new 'apportionment bin population of forty. This has caused a arable;. all these arc 'to be finely pow- Canada covers one-fourteenth of the '

ceedJngs of the Second Ses It is understood Canada Will send a which ho* passed congress, the date of gentleman of Birmingham, who Is fond dercd. Then add one ounce sweet oil! earth's surface. Her water ways are the '

,slon otthe 51st Congress. delegation to Wwhlneton after March Alabama gains a congressman.Th of the Celestials to make come calculi thir- and sufficient water, to form the:! mix- tnoi-t extensive in the world. The Atlantic
4th the tions. lie says there are mAre than coast line I.0,000 miles, and the
date on which the life of the house Committee! on commerce and a small portion -
-- in Birmingham, three in Gadsden, tare into a paste. Apply With
Pacific one
ty 7,000. transshipmentgoods
present congress expires: for the purposi common carrier have Toted unanimous
,1 SEHATE.: of discussing informally ,questions of; ly to report adversly on the bills to give two in Florence, three in Decatur two< to the article to be cleaned add! can be landed at tho head of Lake

In the senate, Saturday Mr. Cullom extension And development of trade between the railroad commission increased power. in Iluntsville, five in Montgomery and rob dry with flannel or wash leather. Superior, 4COO miles from Liverpool.Over .
presented two resolutions of the house of thirteen in Mobile or fifty-eight in all. '
the United Stites and Canada and 1,000,000 square adapted
in the Illinois legislaturo. It is reported that arrangements are by teople as a -[New York Journal.
epresentative* the settlement of all Questions of difference : 1 his is accepted some (o 1he cultivation of wheit. Canadapossesses
being made by the miners at Pratt minesto the
lo said that they instructed the senators between fair sample' of the inaccuracy of two-thirds of the wheat I
the countries. This producing
from that state to vote for the free coin- two start a co-operative store to run in opposition census, and taking this error'a a basis of of this
delegation will visit the United State SOAP. area continent
and the "force bill to the commissary store at real of Ala- GOOD RECIPE FOR
i bill against so calculation, the population
f termed in the resolution. lie regarded capital suggestion it is from said, as a result of friendly that place. bama is about 2,500,000.: To five pounds of any clean grease DimtNO the next ensuing fiscal year it

[thoee resolutions, he said as in the nature Washington. The bill before the house to prevent The great strike may be said now to be pat one pound of concentrated lye oi is going to be a difficult problem to cipher
of petitions and asked that they be filed Senator Morgan of Alabami on Saturday the twining of freight trains which
on Sunday Over. A very few men have been at workat of borax. Dissolve out the sources from pension moneys
ta.the recorda of the senate. They were telegraphed Governor Jones that ha been indfinitely postponed by a vote the Pearson mines, and also at Watts potash, two ounces are to bo procured In another year

'30 ordered. Mr. Blair rising to a personal in view of the positive assurances from of 43 yeas to 40 nays. The senate con mines for a week or more, but the great the borax in a quart,I of water; dis the country will be paying at least $175,< '

r'.' xpimation.: said that he ,had observed, the republicans that no further efforts curred by a vote of 10 to 8. bulk of the men stubbornly refused to go'< solve the lye in another quart of 000,000 and :possibly $200,000,000 for
would be
made to the force bill it
'circulating in newspapers of the country pass Tuskegee have suffered. much the refused to tan pensions.
people to work as operators As dissolved stir together -
'.what purported to be a copy of an would,be best for the Alabama legislature from water. so9n as _... .... .
agreement the grippe, no clau being exempt them back except at the old price of 70< W ---i-- -
alleged to have been entered into by no.w to pass the bill providing for an exhibit then turn into the grcaxo which
the old people have fallen in every cents per ton, and at monthly pay Insteadof Heart Failure Sadden Death.*
; tepubtictn senators with reference' to the at the world's fair. Other Southern direction to this disease, which seems 1.1( semi-monthly pay.' But a few days should bejust warm. It perfume it The prayer of the christian pleads for

consideration of the force bill, so .called, i senators sent similar telegrams to the be peculiarly fatal to the aged. at a mass meeting at Warrior it was wished stir in one ounce of oil of guardianship nanlnBt sadden death and yet
I of their states them ago the world for better
election bill\ more properly called. governors Among Blur, how many leave or
\ The stockholders of the Tennessee and unanimously agreed by the men that they; desired torYol'lle without a single moments warning.
Mr. Teller said that he did not Intend to wore Senator Harris, of Tennessee; Senator sassafras, or any porftime
backto work terms proposedby He died of heart failure. The tired and weary
would on
Coosa railroad which is owned '
i now go ,
pay attention to newspaper reports and Coke, of Texas, and Senator Berry, by causeda Stir until soapy, but not stiff, then heart failed while engaged In its momvotonit
rule : of Arkansas. Senator Gorman advised it the Kashvillo.vChattanooga and St. Louis, the operators. The strike has tank of Jlumplng the blood from the arteries
'as a 'general ; never gave any alien- met in annual session at huntsville the great depression in business at Warrior, turn qulckly'tnto molds. Set In a dry and forcing U Into every big and little vein
lion to statements made by newspaper The sundry civil appropriation bill, that the wiietlng tissues of the flesh might t hereplenished.
, correspondents. He only deslreu to say reported to the house "uesday, contain.the other day and elected directors. and the announcement of a resumption place a day or so, then cut into cukes How Important then thit the
The senate pa-scd the bill for the of business by the mines. is gladly reccivcd. bardor great stream of life be kept pure aDd Its corpuscles -
,DOW,that the statement, pretty generally following appropriations for Georgia: pro. It should be cut before It gets red and active, lest the fluid grows
circulated that he had been in favor of For the construction of a ,sewer for the tection of widows and minor children, it will crumble.-[Farm, Field and clogged and alnirgtab, and the heart In an extra -
I th* force bill-so called, or election bill- Macon postoffice, $3,000; for the pur- the purport of the bill being to retain to BleMle Is Lucky.C. ordinary effort snaps without a signal the
of Iron :Mountain thread of It. muscular strength. It Is your
widows and W. Montgomery ,, Stockman.
at any tlme,4 was incorrect; that the fur. cha e of a site and the construction of a orphans the homestead right duty an one who loves the life that God has
ther'atatment that amendmenta were ostoffice building at Rome, Ga., $30,000; when the parties move from the state. Mich., who has been prospecting in the< given him, to assist nature in maintaining
neighborhood of Mile for several I weeks,, HOW TO COOK KICK. free action of the circulatory system by keeping
made to that bill in committee wheneverhe lot the quarters of the enlisted men and Qovirnor Jones has granted formal tho surface the blood in a state of purity and healto.
asked to'have them made; was also hospital steward at Auausta arsenal permission to the Veteran Zouaves of reports that the finding'on We are asked' bow to cook rice to Nature lies supplied healing send strengthen

incorrect; and that the statement that he 13,443; to continue the improvement nf New Jersey and the Light Infantry of indications about nre"good miles for iron.from lie the began city pat as a vegetable. The following ii ing herbs what for this they purpose.are and the Science eminent baa discovered Dr. 1:

had ever agreed lo support the bill, directly McPherson ban-neks Atlanta, $75,000; Detroit to pass through Alabama fully boring nine John Bull, of Louisville Ky.. ,has blended
or indirectly was incorrect., to continue the improvement of armed and equipped en routo to New and at the depth of 22 feet, a our method: them In his superior preparation known as .
of brown hematite ore of 45 percent I),'. Ball'i 8ar aparll1a. Demand it of Jour ,
Cr leans. pocket Wash in cold water changing it at!
The senate met at fl o'clock p. m. Mon. Chickamauga park, 200000. The thit there Is druggist. Take no other.
day. Mr. 'Turplo introduced a joint appropriation for tho constructionof The notified quality. He says it soak
bricklayers of Anniston have of such in the neigh least twice and allow to an universe
doubtless ore whole I Isnecessarily '
plenty To the untrue man the
which referred the road from Atlanta to McPherson
resolution was to a
,, the contractors that after March 1
boihood. The news has created a sensation hour. Drain and throw into ,salted \ false. .
'committee on judiciary proposing an barracks was not provided in !this bill. they wilt demand that nine hours constitute i i i i i i t v, '
! amendment to the constitution for the This appropriation bad been asked for a day's work without reductionIn at Mobile, and If this ore from which water; allowing not less than, two BROWN'S Iron Bittern caret Dytpepjtla, Malaria j' ".
any charcoal iron is made develops id Biliousness and General Debility. Dives
election of United States Senators by the by the secretary of war. The committee, the pay, which is $4 per day at present. will industrial revolution quantity quarts to a cupful of rice. Boil twenty btrength, aides Digestion, tones tL. nerveicreaie ,
'direct vote of the people of the several however declined to make it, some of The contractors have not yet decided it produce an mInutos stirring now and then appetite. The beat tonio tot Nursing '
I in that quarter. Mother, weak women and children.
*tea. The fortification, appropriation the members believing that tho'effort being whether they will secede to the demands.

bill was then taken up. An amendment made to get it by a few Atlantians The senate judiciary committee has Babe. Family. very gently with a fork. Pour into a Just a* you are pleased at finding fault,

reported by the committee to reduce the was more in the interest of booming real favorably on the bill establishing reported A man named Leverett, who has recently colander, ,that every drop of water )ou are displeased finding perfections.

"Appropriation for guns and mortar bat- state along the route than for the con. the eleventh judicial circuit and adversely been in Birmingham with mules to may drain off, and then set it at the Catarrh Caa't be I'nredWith I

I tenos for the defense of the harbors of enience.of the public.FIFTEEN the bill twelfth loll from Texas gave some remi- LO'JAL APPLICATION.as they can-
on establishing he back of the stove to dry for teD of the dl.ease. Catarrh Ii
nisccnces of Rube Burrow to whem not rah the mat
Bos ton New York Ban Francisco.IIampton
circuit. This will have the effectof order
: probably a blo..d or constitutional diaeaao. In
Roadaand Washington from $1,000,. MILLIONS. requiring \\lI tho work of the joint was a near: neighbor during that worthy'aresidencein minutes. In this way every grain ii lo our. It you have to take internal remedies.
000 to $780,000 gave rise to a discussiqn. committee circuits be Texas. He eajs Rube's widow distinct. yet perfectly tender. If old Hall's C.tarrh'Ure U taken internally and'
to to
as gone over directly the blow and mucous surfaces.
aota on
}Ir. Dolph opposing the amendment and Will be Needed for the World's again. and children live there now at the old half an hour's boiling may bo required.At Hall Ca'arrh Cure U no quack medi
,speaking at much length on the necessity place near Dublin. Leverett thinks the cine. It Wall prescribed by one of the beet '
; of a gun factory on the Pacific coast. Exposition.A The joint committee of the two houses first train robbery Rube ever committed the end of twenty minutes take out physicians in this country for yean, and 1*aregular /
it u of the
Messrs. Cockrell. Hawley Allen and Chicago distmtch of Monday, says: having under consideration the matter as was on the Texas and Pacific near Gor a grain or two and try. If tender il bout tou rrellCrlpUon., combined composed with the beat ,
Plumb todk' in the discussion Mr. Fred W. l'eck'chnirlUlll1 of thu finance to the money obtained under the Hatch don. lIe and another fellow drove across blood purlNers.acting( directly on the mucous! '
part bill huvo decided the is done.-fNew York World. surfaces. The perfect combination of the two "
chairman that '
committee and Otto Young moneYlihouldgo miles ,
Cockrell favored ,the amendment, and the country some thirty one nightIn Ingredients is Wuat proelucos such wonderful '
regretted that the proposed reductionwas of the ways and means committee of the to the Huntsvllle Normal school for a hack or light wagon and the nut results In curing catarrh bvodtor testlmo.nlah "
Vorld'n Oolllm exposition, will make colored pupils. The money due to the the hube was ),free.
not greater Ho regarded a system day TWO INEXPENSIVE SACCES.
Toledo 0.
F.J. CHCKIT & Co Props., ,
I of Coast defenses (which would involve a report that nothing les than $15,000, whites gones to thu Agricultural and Mechanical a poor man and a rather trifling one. Hero are two inexpensive pancesthatwill Sold by drugglats price 5o.. ,
an outlay of $123,000,000) aa utterly 000 will meet tho necessities of the ex- : college at Auburn. Leverett had once helped him thresh out -

worthies and aa absolute waste of po.ition.t tho utmost, hut $10,000.- The bill to establish an asylum for the his wheat and knew him well. Shortly! add a rich flavor to moats, With"No Trade Secrets' to Keei," came a !

.' 'Isolated as the United money.States 000 will bo nt tho dl'posul of the directory deaf, mate and blind of the. negro race after the robbery Rube and tho other fellow whether hot or cold. The first is Tar- call little Itself book, we"FUUUM 1 hardly know AND h-TREES w In!: :name.;, Point It* '

:was, it could resist the combined before May 1, 181)3.) That estimates passed the house without opposition, andit with whom he had driven off thai tar suuce, which: in this simple form lor Practical Tree Pluntera. 'I ha title notion Is altogether .. .
bused on the supposition that every $12,000 for ,a building night had to,8pnre. Th ra never too mndest-doe* not orirn a ,
powers of the entire earth. appropriates money Quo tablespoonful of it. real value. It Is chuck full of practical "
Mr. Hawley ridiculed the pretension that lollar of tho popular subscription will be and U.OciO() a year for the expense: of the was any proof obtained to warrant their take tho following quantity information on irult !growing from the hhcb ,.

tha United States can whip any other paid. How to meet tho dcfie.ency is the institution. Alabama is the only state arrest, and Rube's supposed accomplice In of vinegar one teaspoonful est wants.sources We haven and inst t space the to Information tell what U one Is -:-"

people 'on- ,tho f..ce' of the earth. lIe problem that must be solved by south which had not provided such an his first venture ktill lives in that. same of lemon juice ono ,saltspoon of like. We can only aav SKVD!: FOR THE I
aid "111 twelve eighteen hours the directors. Tho situation is further Institution for the colored race neighborhood. BOOK for stark rtrns. LouUlnna M"*< will 'f. '
: or
salt, one tablespoonful of 'V ore ester. end it free to aU.-F.Jrmcr.'Call.lo -.r
Great Britain could assemble a fleet at complicated by the stubborn fact that A contract has been signed up by Tke Auditor'. Circular.$ : '

Portland;' in eighteen or twenty hours at no part of the revenue to be derived which the handsome Baptist college at The owner of land is supposed to own chire, sauce and one-third cup of but. You Brrr $ eetstaS.e f

']'Boston, and in twenty-four ,hours, perhaps from the sale of city bonds can be used Florence will be opened as a Baptitt female -' as far down as the center of the world. ter. Mix the vinegar, lemon juice, Any person sending ua their name and ad- "...1
atJNew; York. What are you going until ,$3.000,000 of popular subscription college next September. This is According to a recent circular from the salt and Worcestershire sauce in a i'ie a s fortune.will receive}Hrnl Information Lewis & that Co., will Security :.of.,

. to'do when you fiud British war vessels ,has been paid to the treasurer Rebcrger. one of the handsomest college buildingsin auditor the suiface is to be taxed: for Building, Hanson CIt', Mo. .;;
A member of the finance committee 'said: whatever it bring. Then mine small bowl and heat over hot water. 'i';
in the harbor of New York. Theycould the South, and its cost was about $70- may any
levy a tribute of $50,000,000 or "The $050,000 now in the hands of the 300. The contract provides that it is to ral vein beneath is to be taxed separately Brown and butter in a pan and then 'itsln I\\VsChlnrio fffett quiik Headache and positive Cure.In action.urt JTnrm-. ;'.9:

$160,000,000 on the city of New York, directory will soon be exhausted, when be t made equal in grade and in efficiencyto If a man owns a body of coal lauds, he strain into the mixture. This sauce prepaidn nrelpt of tl per bottle \\1:

and. New'York: would be compelled to work on the buildings is commenced. Ten any female college in the South. must pay taxes on ,a farm and a mine used for broiled /c-ltr&Cn..KSWiin: at.,J .D8AIICIl7Mo 5
be hot when
that are to be built by the is the auditor's circular should ;:
buildings both. Here :
It In the these !
pay meantime 'gallant The East Tennessee, Virginia and FITS plopped free hy I>n. KLIHK'H GREATNrBMtRuJcroREB. ;
board of architects will cost $7,000,000 ALA. Jan. 28 1801. fish. Horse radish sauce be day'. '
sons of liborty,' by 100,000 or 600,000 road ,made a good MOHTQOJCEBT may No Kite after first 'Jr';,
Georgia certainly
and all the time we will be paying large I,'.. Marvelousrnrea.. realise and K: trial t
are arming but would not be worth To Tax made of four tablespoons of grated '
move when it set out and built the Uttle I..... Dr. Kline 031 Arch SU PhIla., Pa.Ttrb.r. ;.,
amounts for the maintenance of the departments It ia .understood at this
,a single last year's bird nest. You cannot branch road from ilontevallo on its DEAR SIRS : horse radish four tablespoons of .,.
defend the harbors of Boston Fortland. and for the sustenance of rep- office that it has been customary in the pow. ?Mineral Farm Lands and RanchesIn :
main line to Blocton intersecting a '
and Arkanmts
Kane Texas
How dered cracker and one-half of MlMouri
, NeW' York, .C arlestou, Now Or escntatives in foreign countries. mountainous and very rich coal country. past for assessors to assess the mineral cup bought and sold. Tyler& Uo..Kansas CityMo.IfamtotedWItbOreeYeflDr. .i.,
'J!! San Francisco.. You have no the money is to be raised is the" question This road can haul the coal to the harbor reins or strata at the same value at which cream or rich milk; one teaspoonful laaaoThomp- "

lea rn gttns." :,: ? that the directors must settle. by the way of Selma and Mobile they assess the.of surface or agricultural of powdered sugar, ono teaspoonful ,ons' Ere-water.DrUEglBts' : sell aUSo per bottle.

,, ; 4 senatf,' 'on. Tuesday resumed con- NARROW ESCAPE probably quicker than the old reliable part This of a is piece land.The agricultural or of salt, one-half: saltspoouf of popper Oklabomaoum*Boon and:Map H.ixtanT wben
, ald r tiou.'ol l' the fortification bill. 'Tho Louisville and Nashville. wrong. I1Ur. PtoC6Uote.'l.'tor41 Co.Kaoaaa"'ttj.Mu.BlacuAw's .
: ,
of the land should be of made mustard
flriiltem I surface part assessed one teaspoonful
that attracted notice >
was one A Kansas City dispatch says C. W.. at its market value. PILLS act like matfio on a Weak
&OOOO'for the Of Seventy-five' Coal Miners and two tablespoonfuls of vinegar.
appropriating fl.0 purchase Worthington, editor of the Midland J/ To be more clear; The surface Unc Stomach. ,"
of oil-teiapered and annealed steel for From: a Burning Pit. cAanto\ hRl received a letter from Ralph and mineral vein should be assessed sep Mix all this thoroughly and heat over -.

high power coast defense guns of eight,ten What almost proved to be anothei Bo.lumont, secret at y of the National Citi. arate. Yours very truly, hot water. This sauce Ia qsod hot for The Failure

and twelveinch calibre The committeeon Mammoth mine disaster occurred at New., zens' Alliance, organied nt Ocala, tfla., CVKCS D. HOOCE, Auditor. beef.-New York News. :.
appropriations recommended a reduction cutlet Col., Tuesday evening in the wherein he says that the convention held Of tba kidneys and UTer to properly' r.uo'5 tile
of the amount to $800,000, and !lr. Grand River coal and coke mines. Just at Topeka was unauthorized for that TkrougU Train N.ed.l. UcUo or urto add from the system results lo1

Gorman. moved a still further reductionto at 6 o'clock as the day shift,'composed ol body.i A special from Topeka savs arrangements Two things are needed by Alabama to RECIPES. auacTTlL
$2 OOOO., and made a statement to make her railroad situation anything like partlelarly *- ,
seyenty-five miners, were about; to leave have been complete for nIB acid accumulates la the fibrous tiaraee
show that the amount should be reduced. the mine a terrific explosion occurredand holding a third pary convention on May complete. Alabama now has roads run- Apple Fool-Prepare some stowed la the Joint and eauees luflsminaHoa and the -

After another long debate, upon much immediately black smoke came pouring ? 10th. sting directly to every important point or apples with seasoning to your taste; terrible pains and aches which are more acoBl1lerery t-f.

the same lines as that of Monday, ar.d out tie side of the mountain. Above The Alabama Mineral is now com the Ohio and Potomac rivers.the northwardare Her communications half fill the dish with it, then fill up Utne a moTemeat at made.Taawij "
bear to
in the toccas
participated by same senators the roar of escaping gases the pitiable pleted all the way from Attalla to Calera all that could be desired, and she the dish with custard. Bake immediately : do thleUke ,'
IJolph,' hawley Allen and Blair-Mr. miners could be Rheumatism Is to purify the blood. And to
cries of the With
Gorman's amendment was rejected. imprisoned and through trains are. running. sustains nearly the same satisfactory relations ; eat with cream. the best blood pure floods aanaparUla.BosUotMends .
plainly heard their wives and child of tho Tennessee and -
the completion with St. Louis and Kan'as City in testify to cures rheumatism
'' HOUSE.: ren. Soon willing bands braved the Coosa river fn,in Attalla to a connection the West. But New York and Chicago Temperance Cake-One cup,butter, J 11et Try ItHood's o ,

Monday being suspension day in the great danger and started the hoisting with the Nashville and Chattanooga; at are the two trrcat objective points for all one cup cream, two cups sugar two I SarsapariUaSoldbyalldrugglaU.
house th* speaker announced that the machinery, relieving each other as fast as IluutsviUe} Bell factory the Louisvilleand
or ,
unfinished business was the senate bill their comrade became exbausted.' Soon Nashville will have another through railroad traffic and us yet no through', eggs, one-half teaspoonful soda one |1; slx orV>. rrepandonly ,
for the relief of sufferers the wreck of line connects Alabama, or any portion ol tArtar. Flout !I by C.L HOOD* Iw.-
by miners brought teaspoonful cream cPu
the seveuty-five were tine trom eaters to Pi ash vine, which will the South east of MifsiesppI, with either '
.the Unite! States steamer, Tallapoosa, tho surface, some of them more dead be equivalent to a double track. of those- cities. Wh.it is'" Uckiui: t<> com enough to drop it with a spoon. I lpODpseaJ3 n eDpl lar__,
and roll call the house refused to suspend of them too I
on than alive and none any '
Louisville and Nashville situation consul!Ja-
The ho are some
system, I
plete Crullers Straws-Four
the rules and tho bill. Mr. reached or cups sugar,
pass soon, as the flames immediately not to be outdone, when the East Tennessee lions tluit will !put th.) East Trnoeswe, !
Walker, of Massachusetts, moved to the shaft and came up with bucb force Virginia and Georgia U-gu the I Virgini and Georgia or tho Richmond three cups cream, three egs"; ono teaspoonful "AugustFlower"

suspend the rules and pass the senate bill that it drove everybody away. Explosions construction of their new branch, set and Unnvillu into New York, and the soda, two teaspoonful: J

making and'additional appropriation of followed every few hours thereafter about and in a short while built them- Louisville Iud Nashville into Chicago, ac cream tartar, ouo and one-half( nutmegs
$150.000 to continue the work on the time. A later telegram '
for some selves a road to Blocton tapping almost that the tame train of cars that pulls outof : '
public building at Worcester, Maas. In states that the excitement was so great flour to make a soft dough.
tho same country and striking a nearer the shed of those cities v ill pull into :
the course of the debate, Mr. Rogers, of that it to tell if anyone
was impossible Gem. of'Rolled Oats-Soak
point to their mtin lino Birmingham tho shed at Birmingham. Such. a grand two
Arkansas, complained of his lack of suc failed to get out. It is thought several II
The branch runs from Helena Bonsummatioa will nt be delayed much
was. of rolled oats for five hours (0.
action the Hot cups
1u the -
Had occurred
Cell getting explosion
upon baveperished. j junction called\ Toccoa, to Game, At least the Louisville and Nash- Black of Seneca !
longer. Sarah M. ,
Springs public building bill, and Mr, when the miners were at work not over night) in 1 3-4 cups of sour Mr.
where it uses the East Tenne=sec, Virginia villa has its ye on Chicigo, and sooner the two has
the nc:1dn strong: dge existing; of Kentucky suspicion referred that there to one would have escaped, and Georgia track to Blocton. or later .ill get there. '1 here is scrccly a. milk. Add one teaspoonful (level) affected with past Neuralgia years of the

was a building ring which controlled all ALABAMA'S COAL. United States Marshal Walker, receiver doubt but that it Is now negotiating for of soda one teaspoonful of salt one- I I ben Stomach and Womb, and
the Louisville Nil Albany and Chicago, '
for buildipgi. Mr. of the Mobi and Girard lands received half teacupgul of light-brown
appropriations public and with fIPtO5rlCtaOfgetting it. sugar, writes: .My food did not seem t
Bplnola took advantage of the recognition The Output of the State for the instructions a few days ago from United deliver one teacupful of sifted flour, and two strengthen me at all and my appetite
States District Judge: Bruce not to -
id renew' Ma for thepassage I SCHOOL BOOKS.
1889. ABOUT well-beaten in the order ; was variable. My face
of the bill providing for the Year I any more of the timbers seized by eggs, given ver
at dim as receiver as having been cut on the soda dissolved in little was my head and I had
erection of a monument to the victims The auperUtendeut uf the census to Publication ol a water. I du1 /
issued bulletin the forfeited land of the Mobile and Apposition such in my In the
a -
of The Tuesday, i pains
British:' prison ships. Washington on Books. Bake in hot, well-greased gem pans,
bill was passed-yeas, 138; nays, 55. upon the coal mining industry of I Birard Railroad company. Receiver State i morning I got up I wouldhave
The senate bill was pawed, on motionof Alabama and coal production for the cal. I Walker had been delivering timber toMilligau Reports of Sunday, from Cincinnati in a hot oven, for twenty-fire minutes. a towof mucus in the mouth r

Mr. Edmunds, of Virginia, for the endar year of 1889. Th state geological '& Co. That firm giving bond tays Of'late there baa been a great deal -S and a bd, bit r tst. Smetme

erection of, a public building at Roanoke, survey estimate that its coal deposits .r to; indemnify the government in event the of ditcu&alun/ about state publication A Warm Finale. my bt 4

Ya., with an amendment limiting the embrace an area of 8,660 square miles of legal processes aro finally/ decided in thegovernmetit'i ichoolbooks. California set th.. precedent Good old Uncle Henry:; and 4-year-old queer, tumbling, palpitatingsensations 'f

cost to 975,000.: On motion of Mr iloKialey coaL Mining was begun about the year favor. and there have been movements in other Tom his in around the heart. I ached ;

a billwas passed amending section 1853.: but the total output did not reach I II. C. Keeble, of Selma, the head of states to follow suit 1 he.Ohio chool- nephew were conference. all day under the shoulder .

180, revised statutes, so as to read: 100,000 tons until the year 1870. The the II. c. Keeble Company. which failed book board has brought in a report on the Asked how lie put in hi* time th in the left and down blade

Vacancies occasioned by death or resignation production for the census: year of 1880 for $250,000 a few days ago, has fled the subject and the document is signed b.U small boy began with breakfast; bur I sde. te

shall not be temporarily filled under was 823,973 tons, va'ued! at $476,911 at state to escape expected indictment and the b'>ard including Governor Campbell.The ned over play tim to dinner then I of my I seemed to worse

thetthre%proceeding sections for a longer the mines. The growth of the industry arrest. Some 6.000 bales of cotton were board goes exhaustively Into the dis- I in the wet, weather of Winter

pmod than thirty.d j'. The.present law thenceforward has been almost phenomenal consigned to the company and be used cussion: of the tchoolboojc ques- through more play to supper and then and Spring; and Whenever the spells

limits the time to ten days and the bil the product for the year 1889: being the warehouse receipts in a great many ion. Special attention is paidto paused in doubt. came on, my feet/and hands would

has special reference to the appointmentof 8,878,484 tons valued $3,707,426.: 'Jho cues and drew money on them from the history of state publi- .'Well. Tom, what comes after sup turn cold, and I lould get no sleepat

a successor to the late Secretary Win- average number of persons employed woks and otber Persons a Ivancing citlon: of books m California. The views all. I tried everywhere, and got
dom. The senate bill.... passed with during the year was 6.783 and the the money claim the cotton, while the of lIon. John Swett and Hon. Fred M. perf' asked his uncle. no relief August

an amendment striking out the appropriating amount of wages paid was $8,175: ,856. consigners also make claim. Krebl* Campbell ex-superintendents: of instruo- The boy's big eyes looked fixedly Then bfor trsing F
thought it beat to leave. Ill whereabouts ion and Hon. Ira G. Uaitt su- change came. I h
clause providing for the erection -" ------ -- present Into space, but his lips never moved. wonderful dial of
me a
Of a public building at 6t Paul. Minn., TWO MILLIONS are not known. erintendent:\ of instruction of California aomet1ll.ug dug
"Surely comes after the time have taken and
its post of $800JXXJ. The message from A correspondent of the Birmingham are quited. They all express themselvesoppr supper I i i

the president relative to the succession: Is the Cost of the Late Indian Ag+llantd.. at Hamilton send tho fol as d to the system, which, they ?" tho elder repeated. "i fog a complete cifre.. (

the Ante of the secretary of the treasury. loatogtot1iatpaper. : "I notice that an ay, is a dangerous assumption of power ..Y..-..*. said Tom. with a reluctant I G. G. GREEN, Sole r4u.!" o4bory.KJ.'j .

was read, and referred to tha committee Campaign.The item has been going the rounds of the bl the state, and has not, ia a financial effort.

on ways and means. estimate sent to congress Tue.da, press to tiLl effect that, while a marriage enao. as yet proved succetful. The t P-I-U e a1FJS a
\>y the secretary of war for deficiency ceremony: was being performed between boards estimate of the cost of pub'toting "Well what Is it? O I o P J

KOTCf.Tb ''appropriation shows the *xp osM of the George EsU and Yaanio Hoganatc he neccMary school books for tie state "I get whipped mostly."-[Pitts- :kJI :

fcecrttary of the navy formally ae* tSoui: Indian campaign just nde4 to country church ia tU (hanoi: ) county of Ohio to |S Jt.4QO, b.ur Dispatta I I .u-=lMti

cepted the cruiser Newark, Saturday, foot up about two million dollars. p I


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to that dark shanty, *a vary hard thcgfor' an old mn to become O..I '
that prlngs from the a ChrI tiau. I know it U Ibis 110 hard .The.Ortat a_ ref o.e at* Al..va.a bow oooUar i'
you cannot take it be a thing that it cannot be done by any human Sat ."........ D J know' many '
& not In.)'OUr own heart. work; but God Almighty can do it by Hi tow gh at much M a(wentrdollar -

the flight ot1 an arrow de omnipotent grace He can bring:you at the Dr. fi. V. Woolley:who U made the study gold piece t Driving out to _
upon the strength of the eleventh hour-at halt-past eleven-at one of Is known allover Bear one of those walk
opium Mid whisky W* Wht Recently
tell you that the ben bow minute twelve Ra can bring yon to the useful information A !L lF
02 was made out of the pence and the joy of the glorious gopel. this fonntjy to be an expert la this line. In empadum
' e : and when religion takes a I must make application of this subject ajen Person who have been addicted to the awful sprung and the opinions
.; that,, and pulfa it back and to those who are prospered. have yon opium and whisky habit fur many yuan that it elicited shows a remarkablerange.
e : it brings down a Saul my friends, found that dollan and cents ar One member of the whose
been buck life
est no permanent consolation to t.bellOUlP Yon sp a.I were brought t is to handle part n
', here of high social posi haTe large worldly resources, but have :yon and woe. He .treated 1 many bunllt large
and cultured mind, no treasures, no heaven I. embroidered different individuals, and inch profound thought Bug { yckJ7i
iee come into the kingdom that you want to put poor dying .ha ne gcsted that the number from
pillowon h able
espenencei with them that once
: the city on fire with relig- ? You han heard people ell last 1.000 to 1200. Others guessed down
- Oh, hear not the week talk to diagnose the caw and tell the extent the
you more about earthly value Hear a db the line to 600, but DO one leI than that
e of those in them two plain man talk about the heavenly. Do you ease h progressed, thus rendering I possible number. After all had themselves ,
,t P : ? Voices of those not know it will be worse for yon O proapered for tell the probable length ot time that placed stated that
cities are dying In their : man, if you reject Christ, and reject t on record the compendium
,9 light. They want bread. Him finally-that it will be worse for yon will b fulr in heating the case. the number of bills was thirty or thirty
i : They want heaven. Oh, than those.who had.it hard in this world,'be. Woolley h.to a number of yean been a one, according to their condition as to
I make you a flaming cause the contrast will make\ the discomfiture progressive anOaotiv*eitiien of Atlanta,lae dirtiness and age.-St. Paul Pioneer
i I have sworn before so much more appalling As the hart
1 will preach this gospel u bounds for the water brooks as the roe interotted in Atlanta"welfare,andeiteem dby PI ru. $ r
Its fullness, until every speed down the toChrist her citizens .an honorable Christian +
l and every faculty of my "Escape for th'dlifq look not be- Rentlnnan. It li uprght uy that he effected STATISTICS indicate that more than 100,- i
ou of my soul is ex- hind tbee neither stay thou in all the plain; of sae and t U better.prepared 000 negroes bare loft the southern states "' 'p
t. all have work to do. I escape to the mountain lest thou be con hnndr cure, now during the year past. A large colony
; work, nor can snmedl" before to treat people addicted to the }
you ( went to Oklahoma. Many scattered up font j ,N
us out the places where 1 must make my application to anotherclass opium and whiiky habi& His solenlifto treatment
yet are there no people of persons-tha pooh When you can- coupled common l.nl the Mississippi and Mil0ur riven. The Dr. Picrce'a Favorite fProMPUo
are thirty, forty, fifty and not pay your rent when it U doe, have you b boon the salvation of hundred of pacific elates hare drawn many. Immigrations for all
and yet have not begun nobody bat the landlord to talk to? When whO lire hare been given up in despair, to California, were largely from is tho world-famed remedy #
which they were created? the flour has gone out of the barrel and you whose bop hare been blasted, and whose mix Louisiana Alabama and South Carolina. chronio weaknesses and distressingderangements
: equipment, "One thing ban not ten rent with which to the bar to behold. ,
go to wry pitiful common to American -,
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hater aftA hfdre "' -' t the thousand of of the
f fcio** your c a are fcUK lAlgl a J WUA Among eT.lon which
the element of dress for ; t had a light stroke of paralysis women. It U a potent, invigorating 4
personal something to eat, have yon nothing; do lo' wonderful power onr an me touch. My health
those people who asso but the world's charities to appeal tot'I whisky habit we cite what John poor frightened very gar me medicine fO. ton Or strengthd
years ago?. Where When winter come*, and there are no coal., of White Plains Oa.has to says heart disease dtor weaker. My r.tortT to vigor to
fifteen years ago used and the ash barrels have no more cinders "Some five yean ago I war cured of romm.nd8\\ Dr. I"" Sarsaparllla. which giver, imparting a.
or Fulton ferry with who takes car of you? Hare you nobody the UM of morphine by your treatment I sue.reattytorlfsellneplendisthealth.Samuel 1 the system. women
? Walk down the street but; the overseer of the poor But I preach using the enornioni amount of sixty grain(one T. anDayton> ,0 Dr. Pierce' Favoritt
business fifteen yean ago to you a poor man's Christ. It Ton do not bottle) of morphine the day when I treat generally,
the sign have changed. have in the winter blankets enough to cover began your e"1. ha been four or J. E. Murdoch,the actor and elocutionist Prescription the greatest eahly.

gone? How many of you in the night, I want to tell you of Him fire year *since 1 touched oplat or your reme y. was born January 251h.1SU. boon. to give at t
eternity I cannot say, but who had not where to lay HI. head If you '' an,11 hare. been perfectly healthy and attndo Matania and from the faction lnte'c m 1funded.
to the village of my: Neon the bare floor. I want to tell you of to I businl without. any system bjr Brown's Iron 8lte.which en ever cae, os
were all changed. I Him who had for a pillow a hard cross, and has done all and more than I could rlohe the blood,tone the aids dinetlon. guarantee printed onbottlewrapper.
which once resided a man whose foot bath was the streaming blood of hare hoped, a* I am satisfied I would now be Acts like a on persons in .nU .
t., Useful life and ha His ownJt4)&ri. i my grate had I not mod your medicine, and Ill health,giving new energy and It 1 "ti "o-
the next house a miser Oh, you poor man! Oh, your poor woman! hop" one who 1 II afflicted by the use of admitted into the Union Jan A Book of 100 pgs on to.1 ,
widows' houses and Jesus understands your case altogether.Talk will put thenMelve*under roar treatmentand narytSth,1837.. man : Her noW +
in trying. to make the it right out to Him to-night Get downon b made free and happy .I am. Should Cure sent plain
*. And h* is gone-the your floor and !1 "Lord Jesus Christ, any tbOs addicted to the me of opiate ee The only true safe worm tem .ealed i
I miner both gone to the Thou want poor and I am poor. Help me. ibis and would like to hear from me, I killer I's Dr. Bull's Vegetable Worm Destroyera. receipt 'centsi pi
they go to the same Thou art rich now, and bring me up to Thy will take pleasure in replying to their l letter, ai It ban brightened' the lives of many Addrcss.'World's ,
I absurdity to suppose riches Do you think God would cast you I foci the deeprat sympathy for all such af- children and gladdened many a parent's heartChinese stamps. CO)
i place. If the miser offf Will Be? Ton might a*well think that meted, a sympathy that those who hare never I I Uordon.wa* killed at Karhtoum earl Medical AlolatloDtNo
did he play on it? a mother would take the child that feeds on been afflicted cannot have for the unfortunate J'nu" loot, Man Street, Dulao
I commend you to this re- her breast and dash Its life out, u to think'' .opium-eater. I experienced no pain or inconvenience ,2lb. .- .- .- T 4li
r personal safety! When that God would put aside roughly those who while taking the medicine, being ableto
you going to?, When we have Bed to Him for pity and compassion. attend to my business during trMmen&
&, upon what scones will Yea the prophet says "A woman may forget With my but wuhes for your ontnne suo
were on shipboard, and her sucking child, that she would not cess in relieving suffering lumat1. am
j must all go to the bottom have compassion on the IOn of her womb, but Your vet y truly,
to one next me "I I will' not forget thee. [Slge.] JOB I JACUON." li i i 1001 '
reach heaven if we do go If you have ever been on the sea you have yon are afflicted awful dli-
.. I wise or unwise in been surprised in the first voyage to find raM or know of any one who ii so Dr.
; ? I tell you that man is here are so few sails in sight. Sometimes Woolley will esteem it a favor I emlotf *
of the great future. you go along two, three, four, five, six: : and to him, giving him the fact U ease Ills
money you take a receipt. : even days;and do not see a single sail, but term am very moderate, and do well >
record the deed. Why I when a vessel does come in sight the sea to open up correspondence with him at h
is so uncertain you glasses are lifted to the eye, the vessel is and get hi* book on the lubloot.Addi I r
I black and white, you aay. watched, and if it come very near then the .. him at Atlanta, a
twenty-five feet front by captain through the trumpet, a les loudly OonrtKutfcm.
all security; but for a across the water. "Whither bound?" So _-la nlc .
nothing, nothing! If you and i meet on the sea of life. We : t.ONI $$21 MISS
standing in some of come and we go. Some of us have never, Autor'MauurptS.
drop down where would met before. Borne of us will never meet'
your destiny Suppose a again. But I hail you across the sea, and,, Mncnulny wrote on foolscap and in a
fI the future world what with reference to the lost great day and with hand.
it make to him whether he reference to the two treat worlds, I cry very '
or goes Into glory across the water: "Whither bound whither George Sand wrote neatly upon nicely
-If he dies he is better bond?" ruled note paper ENJOYS
earth he will know what service that craft was mad W. L. DOUGLAS '
one joy on ,
When he has a for, but hast thou thrown overboard the com-' Robert Louis Stevenson'. manuscript Both the method and result when

; he will have a grand paMP Is there no helm to guide it? Is the is cosily deciphered. Syrup of Figs la taken; it ii pleasantand S3 SHOE CiENfLBMCN.' Y

: it would coot you hip at the mercy of the tempest? Is thereno Charlotte Uronto wrote in the minutestof refreshing to the taste, and acts Q'Ito0.n.l.e I1snd-eswed, aa Nssnl l 'c
hundred and of distress booming through the y' '
or one gun ; 0 niyliih, drau eheswhloa.omm.gdettrlt.
your physical life In- storm? With priceless treasure*-with treasures chalct6r. la a diminutive note book. gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, .00 ll..4. >wf>4 "rh. A ". OIIM>* ',-'
of charge I offer you in- aboard worth more than all the Indies :Hiss Alcutt did some of her belt workon Liver, and Bowels, cleanse the system .> muallwl.for. .ijl..".d.lt'. "
life payable not -wilt thou never come out of the troughof .AO U* r W I'B Ares. .
up the buck of her father1 old manu e dispels colds, bead O Shn*
now and to-morrow. and the sear 0 Lord God, lay hold of that cctualy. '*.AO rellrMra'pl.. Is especially a4apMw
.. I meal Son of God, if thou wert ever needed scripts. aches fever and cures habitua tor m.m tarot.,'..Mo. t
li not so bright as many anywhere, thou art needed beret There are Charles Dickens covered, every inch of constipation. Syrup of Figs the All ..OnncniM Hutloa and Ua*. 4V
1 ..
I. f O.oe l.r j. *! U UM oalki.n4".w4 ShMw
but I would not give it w>many sins to be pardoned. There are so his u though paper was only! remedy of its kind produced .1 al thu popular prlo*.
0"r'O In one cash pay many wounds to healed.. There are so mlnuscrpt. and n..r.U Hk.. for !.
me. It has been so many souls to be saved. Help, Jesuit! Help, serce pleasing to the taste acceptable a'q rare and pramlMS t sadCi.73 pep.
me in time of trouble, it Holy Ghost I Help, ministering angels! from Some of Mark Twain's jokes are said to to the stomach, prompt in gZl'ooHheefeeladlee' ., style 1 r.II._ '
r $ to me when I have the thronel I Help, all sweet memories of the have occupied entire sheets of Its action and truly beneficial { its All.tl warrant .( lUmMd.ro with aam.bottom. .
been so much rest to me punt I Help, alll prayers for our future delivonmcel urglnall from the I aitTMtlwd ease rannat supply 1. .
and it-is around On. that now, in this too accepted crd bard. effects, prepared only moa Mud.1" t'I".D a..Jp i
oment of satisfaction time and the day of salvation .yon The novcllt. Charles Meade and Victor healthy and agreeable lubtnce. It a f. 1..Dout+rAc, DreektesMa.*.
4't I can stand here before would hear the voice of mercy and live! immense .hoet of many excellent

: ,' everything away my rather health,than take Taste this and sea closing that; the moment Lord is of gracious.In the service. J paper lugo. the coarsest of pens. to all aud havo made it the mostpopular KING COTTONBuy

iTIf this plain, simple hope! when everything in the house taco favorable, Hartley Campbell scribbled off his remedy known. sell Cotton
Christ, mv Lord. I wheel everything is so still, when God is so.; famous play, "My Partner," on common Byrup of Flea is for sale I 60o or your onJONI$605.10n
: when the last chill loving and heaven is so near, drop your sins wrapping with a blunt lead pencil. and bottles by. all leading '
cheat paper dug
Do out
I must have this light and take Jeeus. yourself 1
go out in the blast that of heaven. Do not do that God forbid that Both William Black and M. D. Black- gist Any reliable druggist BUT 111:
", cold Jordan. I must at the lait, when it i*too into to correct the more cover dainty sheets of note paper may not have it on hand wU procure sexes .
)f ; which to fight my way mistake, a voice should rise from the pillowor with their almost microscopic chirography. It promptly for any who OT JllOU'-!
i ..t
foes on my way heaven drop from the throne, uttering :just fourwords
r- -four sad, annihilating words, "One ; wishes to try it Do not accept any

J London I saw there the I thing thou laokest." Low Wallace writes his first draft upona I substitute. BAGGY ||NEESPOdiUVILYaEMIDIID'Greol

of Henry VIII.[ and Ed- I 1 ... slate and finishes upon large sheets of CALIFORNIA FIB SYRUP ca .. llarmnl Pat l a4 Mbar' 'x
'. ; I have to tell you that The Big Trees of Califorala. white unruled paper, in a most faultless Uull Adnpiwl|lfa Miutonu\ CAL.fourarRl4 .
chain moll or brass plate UM HAHOIICO. .h .It !*.
that make a man so The sequoias dominate among splendid chirography. ft. HtW YORK H.T. "OlUUclr.:11"W'f.)":Buat. v
in which the Lord Uod rivals only by a magnitude that hu Ouida coven largo sheets of paper withon YI -- -- 1 1r.

(." Oh there' a no comparison elsewhere in the world.I almost undecipherable chirography, IILY'BCNEA DALM-eao., .. '

-i ii it .'* ; ( You for will that ride man down who ha all think no one can anticipate the effect written in an ezcess.vely: bold and masculine the Mores. ._.. and f..U. ... .. a !

Lord God with him. In that one of these monarch will have hand
emen used to ride Into upon him. 11,8 has read coach and Wilkle Collins wrote on very large'' [: p N 1 A I>. ,rJ

on*, and the white the enemy bone fled of six can drive through one of the tree sheets of paper and his copy was said to + ,ft

,> lifted lances of divine that is standing; that another u thirty. abound in alterations, excisions antiscraps &v"a te e clones ow a e. t J''

the battle, and down goes three feet in diameter and that it* vast of pled manuscript.Miss JP. f"I tkt HattrUt. Bxos.bee Waanes x,i.
, mail.
the victor shout the stem, 350 feet high is crowned with a Is slated to have penned JrKa by EY -m.

'1. safetymy Lord Jesus dear Christ friends
religion against the sky. He might be preparedfor torn envelopes or any other bit of paper m I'

i to several cloves of a tower one hundred feet in circumference that came t hand 8Ick Headache
,i First in, to this that houne.great Some mul- and even four hundred feet high, Mrs. Lucf Backwel was accustomed t '

I ; are in boarding houses standing upon a level plainBut tide to write for the This Fleture,Panel alxe,maHad for 4 OMts. Malaria.._ "

social advantage They living growth is quite another affair. Wvnian'i Journal on tie back of circular J. F. SMITH A CO.,

care for their souls Each tree is an individual, and ha a and similar scraps of waste paper Makers of
small alarieo.and they "Hi 8a" BlLEBfAIHLVASELINE
perpetually and personal character. No man can standin 855 257 Bretawlch N. Y. City
fall them. =Young the- presence of one of these giants Uncle Sam's WeSaT Station I. .

bedroom door on the without a new sense of the age of the SCHENCK'S
Christ bear a knock.the It will man's be world and the insignificant spaa of one The United Btat control 10,000 DR -
i : young life but he is also overpoweredby .
5r ;young manlet Me come ; mile of coast- counting Alaska-

.. ', 1 will comfort thee, I sense of some gigantic personality.It end maintains only 233 life-saving stations SEWEED WO. maL'LAB B/1,1.?wtYky'rstR'
< ,- Take the Bible out of the does not relieve him to think of this -one more on the Ohio river; in all .. win "ITIT, fraeOMW a* ill ,

0 ;' i;''.'co'., hidden to lay it away on the If shelf you as the Methuselah ol trees or to call it 223. Forty are located oa the New Jersey II M Vmtt4 .a e. wief 1.!

\;', t*.$) Bible that wa given' to by the name of some great poet or cap coat and thirty-fine on Long Island. O. bottlaef TAMUM, .' e least'I.a
t.Y. one take It out; of the tain. The awe the tree is of it- beginning of this system to r< .CiiraferDYSPEPSIA 0.n aulaM0e4. hMti tvaMUMrMMd V*. M"

on the bottom of the self. As one lies and loot up at the the present time something, over 4,0 m klTW.Z ..e .r {I:
l'I beside It. and read disaster Lava ben aided the 0 yarbasa-p ,
enormous bulk it seems not so much the by .. .
; and read until AdallDLordw.oftMM "
, ; your ( .1..
and you feel that; peace bulk so lightly is it carried, u the spiritof '80,000,00 worth of property has been ..L..R .1..Or..L Jl it IlktwU'. .- .el'M.ftl .W1* .

,.. nor hell can rob you of. the tree, the elastic vigor the pa. Inolve. $80,000,000 8vld.42o -l. w sod Mr.s_.) ear* .
thy mother's God. wait of storm and been iaa U As.I.
, tience, the endurance, teiia ith grist IxuSI all .r-
: man. "Escape for thy and the were and the United States only r.r.ef .-a-
confident loi
the might tau..Pr.tkh.nrk..
"One thou lack change, .
| thing O a month each to these heroes all Drat-gfcu. ./1 W p. __ s
soaring almost contemptuous pride that Mw Buua Leap U rmiM<> iKlimll 4frM. ( .N/w.mea .tbn Wad4n..Drl.N.eCHENCNAeONPAIIddpNs.
r who life and .. .. I
subject in to the assemblage aged-not that overwhelm the puny spectator. It save property. 1 .llf .,. .

old.any That i the ls just because man can measure himself, NEW
to get What a Hen Do. PROF. LOISETTE'S pcHomyQ'fusion WBLunol
bis his brevity of existence a
and there an ailed man littleness !
I you the truth. You have w> ; this growth out of the earth, that MEMORY BOOKS. UNO I.Pas. :
this world to know that Hens can talk. We saw one the other Crtttofansaa two MM {ternary*T t ma ]" =
i immortal nature. I mast he is more personally impressed by it day distinctly) ask another to pick something shoes A w Vail T MM e U Unu t_. !.t,. ','" ." r ,
variation omit to H>4 I than I do to than he might be by the mere off it* btIL The WI'gaDte. .. Pnrpatam lxiJTriuA UM he'd1.WruWMAs M. 5 t
'V' ,E, while at; the ama time I in the contour of the globe which is too.-.WuraZ reque y_tar.,,A4,.o I erAb.. and
Oh father of Hi spfc nftt ,h.>.To
mess. bEt, down called a mountain. The imagination ..., too, that hens bare business WL& its i'rf.:
I ; makes plausible effort to comprehendit for know how to tl fl U F MTUOV.Mnekdrplyride.mrw.e a w
of life has thy Uod aver lalet present abi HWMCtaora e.m.yy. Q.Ku .
; all these yean who and is foiled. No, clearly U not I They are for "." Is .Utl4, .1 y .
go agrcuturlt. asta.r. C.hea W. Bold Bl ,
4n rra
e s raw (
.l. I : friend. ? clothing mere size that impresses one; it U the i look' well artt __ J. _I r rlsafslea .Day" _d ate ..
....of food and crop. ,
character in the the
morning! How many dignity the tree are poeU-WIDe their lays. ." .

: you have seen I Ota. thority and power of antiquity. Side Thelar. for they know how >h."J."I'ca.: : A"D g;.a co.,m. '

I ha bean very good to by side of these venerable forsae are to feather their nests, and they are like .. ,.. -'a art 't.ol'$111
it? Some of you have se uois, great treee th emsevea, the poor have to scratch further T'lcous5.-1.-. rsa.n-1DO" '
; the former young their milieu elor-thel .u.1.. A. K. P.. ..., ... ..."...S jellP111'9 .
have, only just begun grub.
life the latter twin I --- '
t their tiny finger. Has nlal career-tree* that will, U spared, I KEilKDT YOU TATAUIUL-Best ZadMt to'I
t. .,' God has been making I perpetuate to remote age this race of A L'CBtC gentleman that states that he Cold CblpeL holier It bee U no Jlu'ed A. cure f crutn. t.o
no change in ;your : giants and In two to four thousand I baa authority a Eoglinh &
It be said of you, DOtI I. with a capital of
: ,
ndlct 18.0.0
their ..
4 this, "On thing thou year from now take the place of I Virginia la( a short O A r

great grandfather, who are linking wi in a large steel plsnt These apt

only feel the band of under the weight of lear, and ewe by taliit-areall experienced men, and It Is *o () out of wrinkled
,r ; could* care only fad the warm one measuring their length ontbs earth.Ilarper's have been engaged in the trade at Shef BontriU. 1 Auld.t y lru T 0'cent ..pll t U.

; & Ing your tottanni tdgaxfu field. ,. I ILU<..C Wa r -
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loW enough to break t w
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laeb .* It wa an alotplfrin his palace in Vienna. lie U world. tl b built at Los Ouilk**,
a ;young man made in a l Cal. The will <
In Sonoma plant ...
a. vaweaa,
ha rose.p and said: very mbeUmlous, and he U most happy eR s..4 wt.w.rlsw'
a The ha* 80 e. a re /
old father. lie Is meaty when seated at the work! table in his cost $230,000. company Tale:. aew. =
be don't; love Christ* rate study with a frignnt cigar in Pd-I acre* of "&- *-old .sad I planting ,.. -law ._.l... -.. :..
1 a law mar sUp on in acra. iMKeNTN .
.down. BeMV'" gave me utJi. I *" _. 0 ; : lesaYws. .I.\L'Ltti.W "r T



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; i 8 '= THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE FRIDAY FEB. 13 1801. __ 1
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LOCAL NEWS. ton,'Ean Oafflej Mrs tockwoodf Mrs: : -

4 Goode Mrs Nesbitt; Mrs. Ely; MrsJ. 'x
Brown; Mrs. Powell, Chicago; Miss Al ES "ta::": ,, CIJ.
Ian; Miss Pen-mean Miss a OQ JrfH h.! hi I NC
('ontinct JrOlIi Jorge /. ; Louise Watt 7 aate. 1CL0TH
lea, Jf. Y.j Miss Lena Johnson; Miss ..
Tomorrow In St. Valentine' day. May DuBose; Miss Susie DuBose; Miss ;1 0 ?' ,' tba S rS': m'g
and Mm. John Boyd of Philadelphia Goode 14 l; "" 1-1 m ,
-r. : ; Miss Ellis, Chicago; Miss Nes- o m f MMM
were In town yesterday.Mm. bitt w L.e ]
; Irwin; Dr. DuBose; Rev. W. i H j rn .
: E. 1'. Itasbnmck and Miss liar H. Manning; Dr. Brown; Messrs. C. J. Q.O Op i ,

rlet J. Hasbnmrk' who have been down Hector) Charles Campbell, S. O. Walton, r8 JUST RECEIVED
the river, R*.ln town for a short time!, L. P. Ely, W. H. Gleason, Allan Camp- ;1rI t i ;;

before leaving for home in New York bell, William Campbell, Astrell DuBose, ; 0 vi 14S I =0 "' .c'[.&.r t!:: !1J AT. THE : AZA9.Rac
state. J. HoKRi J. L. Harrison G. W. Powell, 2P Sao; =- I s. i r:: ,

-Mr. O. )I. Ooodall, after spending a eta'Dancing commenced at 8 p. m. ".. (;'c .. Hfi J
OOupto of month pleasantly in huntingand The music was all that could be desired. "1 =- JrI .. It 3.CIJ r c f !. (c j) :

fishing on Indian River, starts for Supper was served about 11 o'clock; Mf a : g' (tJ "' = 0 c "1w Special Sales Every Monday--

Ids home in Sanford, Maine, on the noon after supplying the Inner man dancing aftl = .... 1 f! aw 1 f C

train, to-day. j was resumed, and kept up until the f! :z.:
? ? ; c:::. !q qRi :
S -day. 2
The Treutler Hotel,. Eau Gallie, It eep- n, o.e :: 0@ t S' 4 : J. P. TURNER & CO

doing a fair share of business, and among sM N g '" :i
Melbourne. : GE; I"eEt .e1z0p .
those now stopping there we notice Mrs. 'I xcM r 'i> ---

E. T. Cudell, lion and daughter, Chicago;; O rn ? OQ >>. .3.fl: ... itJ 10:: rn<:! =: H .E. L. :se.: .:C-S: : -;:
T. F. Dixon and Wife Port Ash Wednesday.Lent t'4 IP t cp g A :
Byron, N.V; r ? :T MUcD J ., &.r.
O. M. Prichard, Chicago; U. B. Hevenor, begins this week. w o M* s S. ; t: W Groceries Grain Garden Seed

Miss Ilevenor, Red Oaks; )(1'. and Mrs. Dancing Is taboed for forty days. S ':::1 A/'p. H 1...+... :.. OO g ... l: S Hay Fertilizer. :
Grosman -
Philadelphia; Miss Stevens, Miss Della Smith will () Ro I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
Mis! E.Stevens, F. B. Chase and wife, leave next Wednesday ;10o. } S'F --lf
for a visit to friends r Staple $ I+'ulleyroeeries
W. S. Gregory, Hartford City. in Tennesee. a p FruIt

-Dr. Bacon, the uncle of Mr. Beach, Mrs. W. H. Peck) of Cocoa. was In a @ :c f.r.I jif m And Food Products. '
town a few days last week, visiting Mrs b1. Of All Kinds Also My Stock of I
of Melbourne .
and who
was capsized t::: :
Heveral days ago, narrowly escaping with W. Wilson. t ( IrJ t-J o .8 Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal

his life, !arrived at Melbourne Wednesday Mr. R. W. Andrews went to TitusviUe .M IBREYARD lc round Food and Whemt. f

morning, with his nine year old son who on Saturday, to be present at the sitting I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above line of
was suffering! with a broken leg, the result of the Circuit Court on Tuesday Goods. I buy clone, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and Solkit
Mr. John COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President. your patronage. Very truly, '
of a fall from a India rubber tree. P. Bennett, the mall agenton

The accident happened at TropIc while the lower ,river route, received) his ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secreta ry. 33. L. :aB.AD'Y. !

Master Bacon was climbing the rubber promotion last Sunday, which brings an ,
tree after the sweet fruit that grows on Increase of salary also.. STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER- S. GRAHAM, f

J t. He slipped and fell, striking his leg Mr. and Mrs J. A. Ammons have con- Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.

on a box nit lie. did so, breaking it between their 'visit ,to Indian River and Lake COCOA

the hip and knee. It promises to Worth, and have returned to Gaines _FLORIDA, REAL, ESTATE Robbins & Graham ;

be slow and painful healing, and the ville, where we hope they will be as ,
complete of the limb Is doubt- CAPITAL: ,
recovery happy alway as when here. t-
ful. The pluck the little lad showed Paid Up, $25OOO. .
Strawberries, from Conkling Bros., of ,
during the netting was something? woh- Till man, have been In market for a weekor Authorized, $100,000. EXCHANGE Real Estate Dealers.

derful. The last! we heard of the little ten days past 73 cents per quart ,

1x>y, was, that he wall much better and leaves us put The guests at the Riverside IA Now OPEN and Fully Equipped for '
Testing quietly have enjoyed them, however. Banking in all its Branches I
Mr. John B. Beach has been laying out Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company. *

Eau Gallie. his Jupiter Island property In lots. We BUSINESS SOLICITED.

hear the company will at once clear ten Money to Loan on Approyed Security. Property of All Kinds Bought Sold and Titusville Brevard Co. Florida.
acres for a park and tropical fruit farm. t
1r;. and Mrs., Wilson, of Eau Gallic, Mr.: Beach has been deputed to visit I DIRECTORS: Exchanged. P. O. Box, 250. '.'

dined with Dr. DuBose and family on Jamaica and other West India Islands, ALBERT A. TAYLOR, President. We Buy and Sell AH Kinds of Heal Estate, and Are Sole Agents Iou !

Saturday las secure rare trees, shrubs and plants for JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President. I large list of carefully-selected Properties all parts of Bievard county. ;
RELIABLE Information furnished
as to character location and value
We are sorry to beat to report that the tropical park. It B. HOLMES, Cashier. All, Inquiries will be promptlyand on Indian River any Property ,.''

our popular Melbourne,niqrcliant, Mr. C. Sheriff Bowman was in town after 11 J.. M. SANDERS? J. F. WOOTEN.. reliably answered. 11 Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled,
,J. Hector, Is under the doctor's hands. some colored individuals who were en- and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to Intending Purchaser. .
who may favor us with their patronage. s
:df1' ..Aspinwall, mother of our popular gaged in a cutting affair last summer; No Properties listed unless the Title Is Perfect. v
townsman 3Ir. John Asplnwall, arrived or witnesses of the shooting of Mr. Wilson The Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of 'Loir- :

here on Monday. She cannot help being! at Eden, last fall. There were several Clyde Steamship Co. Priced. Lands. 4

charmed with the beautiful spot hor ion men who could be easily spared, Write for Descriptive Catalogue. ./

has chosen for hilt Florida home. and if anyone had entered complaint, I

:Mr. and Mrs. John Goode, of Melbourne Mr. Bowman would have had several

4 have taken up their quarters, more warrants to serve. EDWARD STILING

for a short time, at the Treutler Hotel, The dance at the Melbourne Hotel, for ,

,. to call upon their many friends here. which invitations were issued last week ,
Mrs. Major Richardson accompanies by )Ir: and Mrs. Wilson, was attendedby Cocoa, Indian Hirer,. Florida, ,

them. about fifty residents of Melbourne, '
Dealer in
Eau Gallie and Cocoa. Mr. Tiffin, of

Game's Alderman live citizens.Bennett is lIe also has one one of of Eau the Montreal Canada, arrived In time' to Paints Hardware Stoves Tinware & Agateware
participate in the festivities. The enter- ,
coolest little hotels to be found on the '
East Coast of Florida with an abun tainment was enjoyed- to the utmost. bv-. PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY, TABLE 4'

dance of fish,. oysters, fresh vegetables,, all present. & POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING, J

egg, etc., all the year around. Mr. Al M.General A. Howard Howard, of San, of Chicago Mateo, Fla., and, were Mrs I New York, Charleston and Florida Lines. & WIRE CLOTH. '-.

bert Bennett, of Rochester, N Y., it I
pleasant callers last week. Both have
here on a visit to his brother, and he Is I
fine orange groves at San Mateo. They The magnificent ,Steamships of this Line are appointed
yeTI enthusiastic over the place; He and m
were taking a flying trip to Lake Worth, to sail as follows :
a few friends sail to-day for Jupiter, onboard
as the general is to be in Chicago on the (STANDABD TIME.)
'CaprBennett' schooneryachtKimrod. I Iti.8
20th. We fear the transition from our From New York, From Jacksonville.
(HeriW,E.It.) STEAMER Florida.
balmy air to the vigorous temperatureof Monday Feb. 9th,at S r, .........ALOONQU11'J..8unday.! Feb. ISth. at 9.00 A. )(. O
Capt. John Carey is still making improvements the north will be anything but beneficial Wednesday Feb. llth,at 8 F. ......' .,....f..Taee'lay Feb. 17th at 11.00 A. ..
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on his Friday. Feb. 13thatS P. ".YEMASSK .Thursday, Feb. 19th at 1.00 p. ..
property. Amongthe to the bronchial trouble with which Monday Feb. 16th,at S r. ......"SKMINOLK,1*,........Bunday Feb. 2'Jd. at 1 JO p. ..
improvements are quite an extensive the General afflicted Wednesday, Feb.18th..t 8 p. .......lROQUOJS..Tu..day.. Feb. 24th, at 4.00.A. x, ; p.
Feb.20th, ....! .
Friday at 8 r Feb. 26th at 6,00
.ALOONQUIN/.Tbul'llday. A. x
vegetable, garden, and a very 13rge'cia- 'The' schooner Queen tied up at the Monday Eeb.23d at 3 P. ...,.;.CHEROKEE.; ..,....Sunday Mar let, at SIlO A. x, .
tern built of coquina rock and cementto Wednesday; reb. 25th,at S P. :"VKMjtSSk.R.M' .Tuesday ,Mar. Sd, at 10.00 A. .. -.....
city wharf hut week to x"SEMINOIJtI'.s..Thursday, ,
procure; supplies. Friday Feb 27th at 3 r Mar. 6th, at 11 JO A. MNew
contain between 30 and 40 barrels of She had on board a party from Chicago :DOOXI., SASEI:, =.xms:: :aB.XOK.,

water; he also anticipates building an- who were bent on trying their luck with Lime & Cement, Shingles Lath. .
other of the same size. He Is
a great the ducks up the Banana river. The Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Goods Gauze
St. Johns River Line. Ship Chandlery ;
mover In helping to build up Eau Gallie, party consisted of Mr. R. S. Critchell Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
in the formation of roads, paths, eta and family, Miss Mary E. Hallock, Mr. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice .
The guests at the Treutler Hotel return R. M. Currer and Mr. R. M. Critchell, For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime Cement and
thanks to Capt. Carey for his kindness Chimney Pipe; Flaps & Bunting;
the St. JohnsRlver.
In all. seemed to be
eight They
enjoyIng Table and Pocket Cutlery Mouldings Scroll
in.placing his beautiful steam at ; Work, etc., etc.
the trip greatly. Catalogues, sample cards and size lists
their The elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamers sent free on application,- Correspondence
command. We require a few more Last week Messrs. John Tillman and solicited and estimates furnished promptly.

such people as the Capt. and his good J_W. Hopson, of Georgia, who are joint "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE,"

wife in our town proprietors with, the Creech family, of Capt. W. A. SHAW, 9'u

Mr. John B. Beach, of Melbourne, our Turkey Creek grove, arrived In town "FRED'K DE WARY,"

noted nurseryman, his uncle, Dr. Bacon, and proceeded to the grove, which was Cxpt. T. W. LUND, Jr., J. S. Watson Co.
of Washington nephew had Are appointed to till from Jacksonville,daily except Saturday at 3 JO p. m., and from Sanford i
a narrow -thoroughly Inspected. They were very dally except Sunday,at 0.a. m. ,:
.escape from a watery grave. OnTuesday much pleased at the good order in which .
morning they left Melbourneon everything was found, and complimented Read 11uwa. Up.
board :Mr. Beach's yacht. After visit- Mr. Miner highly on his care and attention Live 3.30 P. M...........................Jacksonville............................Arrive 1149 p. x. Gomnnission
.. 8.00 p. M.... ,.........................falatka...,.........................Leave 7.00 p. M.
Bf.r.rqplQ: Brantley, etc., they started to their property. It is expected M. 1 JO .... ......,.....,.,...........:. ..A.tor .....a.........:........... Loop.x '
for home .. 2.43A.M............................S!. Francii............................ .e. 1245: p. M' AND .
a strong puffy wind blowingat a division of the property will be .. BOOA. M..6...........Uenwford............................ < JJ.4.5 A. M'. .
the time. All ..' 8.00 A. M..........,.......,.........Blue Spring.......................... 11UUA.
went weD and M
until made shortly, improvements begun
opposite . .. .. ...... ...... .. .'.. . '
Arrives 00 A. M .... .. ..... 8aaford ..., .. ,. ... .oo A. M.
Tropic, when a strong puff of wind4truck as soon as the partition is effected.) .. 813A.M..............:.............Enterprise....................-......, H 9JO A. M FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
the yacht, and over she went, News reached Melbourne of the narrow General Passenger and Ticket Office 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville:

precipitating the occupants into the escape, from drowning, of Mr. Beach, F.)L IRONMONGER.Jr. Florida FftMenger Aged 88 Weet Bay St..JackaonrOle FU. ,
J.U. PtLOT Freight Agent,on wharf tout logan Street JacluonrlUe>la. .
water; they hung on to the sides of the his uncle, Dr. Bacon, and the Dr.'s son, JOHN J.. HOWARD. Florida Freight Agent foot Laura Street,JackioaTUle.Fla. Dealers in '
boat for J.A.LESLIE,Superintendent foot;Laura Street,Jacksonville,Fla.TUKOQ. Fertilizers .
some time, thinking the steamer I aged about 13 years. The boat was .fe.Ok.lt Tratte Manager 5 Bowling Green New York.
would heave in sight; but their hopes ''c&palaed'in the broad expanse of the MARSHALL H.CLYDE.AMU Traffic> Manager,t Bowling Green New York.

were disappointed; so Mr. Beach struck river 'just south of Eau Gallie. Mr. WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents., P. Henderson JSc Oo's Garden sect .

out for the shore, which, 'after a bard Beach swam ashore for help, which arrived 19, South tniarvea.FfclUdelphU. IS Bowling Green New York- ,

Struggle be managed to reach; he started just in time to save the life of Orange Boxes, (Crates &: paper.t

at once for Mr. Ensey's place, for a row Dr. and his son. We hear several hours

boat; that gentleman quickly manned elapsed before the Dr. was restored to
his boat and rescued the remainder of consciousness.The CEMENT, PLASTER & HAIR AGENTS FOR OCALA LIME'Agents
the shipwrecked crew just in time to residence and two lots on the for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CABS. .

save: them from a watery grave. Bluff were sold last week by Mr. H. Argue Will FornUb Can Wbea Desired and see that they arc properly LOADHD.ICED.BI .

On Wednesday evening, the 4th Inst, to Mr. W. L Metcalf. Mr. Metcalf TITUSVILLE, ED. and TRACED to Pectination. ,

the Melbourne House was a scene of also exchanged: a tract on the Peninsula We will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables Furs and Skins J in fact
gaiety and enjoyment, on account of a for the balance of Mr.. Argue's tract. Within 3 Miles of the Atlantic.. Indian River, Fla.L we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us. '

dance given by Mr. and )Irs. Wilson to The house is a newly.,furnished cottage, solicited ."
Correspondence .on any wants have. ..
their many friends. The rooms were and an artesian well Is on the property '
decorated in a most artistic manner with with plenty of piping and hydrants. We Good Shooting Fishing Sailing Respectfully, J. S, WATSON & COi'' ;
palm and date leaves, flowers, etc. There hear Mr. Argue has sold the Peninsula :"

were about sixty guests, among whom tract to Mr J, H. Phillips, who owns This U the most central Hotel in town

wo noticed, Mrs. Campbell; )[rs. S. W. the adjoining property. Mr. Phillips FIRST-CLASS TABLE APPOINT and U only one minute1 walk frpm'the' Advocate Job Printing Office
Knapp, Rochester, N. Y.; Mrs. H. N. has also bought :Mr. Argue's business lot ,

Clark, Chicago; Mrs. Gleason Eau Gal- on the corner of New Haven avenue and MENTS,. Railway Depot.and- -cloc- .to Steamboat HAS A COMPLETE: OUTFIT OF NEW TYPE OF TUB

lie; Mrs. Peck, Cocoa; Mrs. J, O. Wal. Front street Transient Rates. .$9 per.Day. Landing, ,, 18.r" DESIGXS. GIVE US A TRIAL '" .
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