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 20, 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
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oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
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System ID: UF00079908:00132
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--= Vol. 2. TITUSvrCLE; : Indian River" ,FLA., FRIDAY, FEB. 20, 1891. N9. '2. : .' : .


'''Izer LOCAL NEWS.Society -Mr. D. S. Hutchinson spent a few -Rev. S. F. Gove was In town yester :-Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kingsley and -Mr. and Mrs G. F. Perkins and Miss -Rev, J. T. Huntington, of Hartford ,' I "j.::' ;f .-

I t' days in Jacksonville this week. day. Miss S. E. Austin, of Rockledge, were In Perkins, of Jersey City N. J., were .In Conn., will conduct divine service at the' ..' '. )i( '
-Mr. J. M. Laflin returned from the Rookledge-Cocoa Episcopal church at 1 _' '1/' "JI
t q i
short time
f town
-Dr. R. C. Hutchinson started' for T.d Tuesday a Monday 'I
Haulover last Sunday next the 22nd Inst. ,
and General Gomlp la connection night. His friend, Mr. .. "
rilit, with Indian River and Lake Worth Motions Betts, left for Cuba last night. Hotel de Tarpon, Heath, Tuesday morn- '':XrS.. Jones, who has been -We place on sale to day 200 remnants W. M. Brown expect to receive r. : iMr :

during pant week. Brief mention of -Episcopal church choir will please Ing, where he will remain for some time. quite ill, left for St. Lucle this week owing extra heavy outing flannel;2 to 15 a visit from her mother shortly and II"" "' ; 1 t

Interesting' Event!) About People Ton meet for practice every Saturday eve- -For sale, 1,000 acres of land fronting to the Illness of her mother.iiWanted yards, very desirable patterns. Gardner looking forward with great pleasure for ;.1 Z -

,Knew and People You Don't Know- ning at 730.Money four miles on Indian River, In South ; budded A Son. her arrival. The coming guest I* also '4 I "
eal some good ,
Picked up by Our Society Ed'ltor. orange the mother of Miss Louise Jones, whoso ,
I Moneyll 1 I Money I III I I to Brevard.: For Information, address W. trees., State variety, ago of bud, size: -:Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Baeder, Mrs.WA. extended sojourn in Titusville last winter .

' line of Indian River Lodge F. A. M. meets loan on real estate. Apply to Robbing A. Baugh, Titusville, Fla. 24-t.f. price, etc. Address, J. O. Walton, Eau Johns, and Mrs. Geo. ''Hallowell, will be recalled with pleasant memories l'j .

I soILitlIy to-night, Graham, Titusville, Flo. Ladles t Mrs. A. Cole, of Baltimore, Gallle, Indian River, FlA. of Philadelphia, Pa., were in town Mon her presence by the and many regretted friends herdrparture.ecettMfeBBMHMaMMMMI who enjoyed.,.r t''t.' .' {tl

-Odd pants, all styles and prices, at -Rev. B, F. Brown will conduct the Md., has opened a fashionable dressmaking -A, literary feast. An instructive; day. "' 'i-

- ,' Goldsmith Bros. -! morning' and evening services at the establishment at the residence' dramatic, pathetic and humorous enter.tafnmept -Go and see the celebrated dramatic Town Council Meeting. t':;' ;

-- ; -Mr D. W. Garvin, of Waveland, Episcopal church, Sunday next. Of Mrs. E. H. Titus, tltusville. l.4t .at Masonic Hall, over Bank, reader, Miss Mortata Beats, assisted by '' /

r, ; was In town a couple of days this week. -Parties wishing a first class articleof -Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Conrow, of tomorrow, (Saturday) evening. Miss Tessa F. Goode, soprano-soloist; At tho meeting of the Town Council 1 I.

Law. Brooklln, N. Y., who have been on a -l Mr. and Mrs C. H. Plumb of Stock. and Miss Minnie Goode, pianist, tomorrow last Monday, the Mayor presented ids f i
.Goldsmith jellle will do well to call \ x
Bros have just receiveda guava appointmentofj. W. Rogers as TownClerk 4.
at Masonic Ball
trip down the river left here night ,
on Monday bridge, Mass., who arrived here a few
on or address Mrs. Sarah and
splendid line of new style pants-all M.. Allen, Treasurer, to flu the vacancy
11 prices. -1 Georgiana, Fla. 2041Mr. afternoon's train, on their way north. weeks ago, are still stopping at the Indian -The Lit lies Aid Society of the ?[. E. caused by the death of Mr. Blake. Tho

-See our line of clothing before buy River Hotel church Is prepared to do plain sewing. action of the Mayor was '
-Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Clarke and !Ir. ,- L. Lawrence, of New York, The time for payment afPl'oved.' Taxes "

and Mrs. J. W. Hepburn, of Chicago, with his steam yacht Aztec, is on his Ing. We guarantee all sales to give ',\ Scotch, Toile du!\ord. and domestic Orders left at Mrs. Vanlandingham'shouse was extended to April 1st The proposition tt i ,,' .
Main St.Stop .
satisfaction in goods and prices. Gold ginghams just opened. Can show on of Mr. Young to extend Washington .
were at the Grand,View yesterday.We way to Indian River, having arrived In you ':'
;' were Jacksonville. smith Bros., Titusville., *t the choicest of spring patterns now.Gstdner.t at the Titusville Meat Market, ave northward to the river on condition '4 4
glad to see our old friend, v;
that lie be allowed rebate .of
-Capt. G. F. Holleman who has beenin Son' on Washington Avenue, when you come -
Mr..James Mitchell, in town again. He -Capt. C. F. Fischer, with his trim- Taxes was accepted. 'R
charge of the Dredge Chester, gaveus i t-Tho' 'had boxes of to town. Fresh eggs; chickens, vegetables -
i arrived. here yesterday. looking yacht Ellie, returned to town ,Sweeney 1,338 A committee connoting of the Mayorand
iI Supt W. B. Watson our officea about 1:80 afternoon and' a call on his way to New Orleans, oraogip on the up trip yesterday; her beef, pork sausages, Tennesoe butter S. II. Ray, president of Council wa '1
gave : yesterday an-
any where in future we are to,send the AD- loads ire steadily Increasing. the season etc. E. J. Davis, manager. *t.f. appointed to confer with the Electric ) ;
: pleasant call yesterday morning, be- chored in front of the Indian, River '
-We were pleased to moot Mrs. S. P. Light Company, in regard to- the location ,
fore leaving for Eau GalUe. VOCATE. advances. of the fifteen light to bet taken by

:Dr. ;B..L. Will has been kept quite HoteLThe -Mrs. Reese, of Seattle, Washington ,.Mr.. J.,B. Albert, of New York, .....hobM Blake, (mother of our much respectedlate the town, and also to' report a* to .the. '.: ,
t i' Right Rev. Bishop Weed,* of Territory, will deliver a lecture at the Town Clerk Mr. J. P. Blake) and advisability of taking an adltidaal number i'3'
1 busy lately, attending to numerous cases Florida, willIe present at the Episcopal Presbyterian church on Monday evening.She been on a trip to'' Jupiter, started Mrs. Teal, of Providence, R. I., this of light f r
1'j of In uenza. church comes with the view of organizing down the) river again this week for .the It was decided after some discussion r:
Titusville In
sfor 'I next Wednesday evening week, who, company with Mrs.. J. P.
"':"Part of our 'first Invoice of spring I a temperance association In TltusvUlo. purpos of viewing the Lake Worth section that the artesian well In the rear of the)
; the 25th Inst. All denominations I All invited to be Blake, gave the ADVOCATE office a pleasant ,
v Pro- and summer ginghams, are now open. are cordially ,present. and Indulging In a little sport Grand View was not a nulsaace, and no '
: are invited to be present., -Titusville Saturday ,February 21stDon't call. action was taken in regard to the cons- ,
Gardner *
nailed'; ,. A Son. 1 -Rev. J. T. Huntington, of Hartford, -The ADVOCATE' returns thanks to -W. R. Knox, our Titusville painter plaint made by certain property owner ; I
fall to and Miss M. Beats
-Yr Geo; B. Hall, of Sharpen; was in conducted go see the many lady visitors who were good has the contract of painting SenatorQuay' as to the Injurious effect of the waterfrom a
Un.se Conn., divine service at St. ,
the clever reader and She .
; town yesterday, and said he had just Gabriel' Episcopal church, Sunday Impersonator. enough, to' call and enquire after the houle'at St. Lucie, and ha* associated the"well "Yr. .
v is of the best dramatic a6tresses
one I'
' ,recovered from a serious attack of the i health of one of our staff during his ,
with Mr. F. J. of Menton N. :
Fly '
Low- i morning. There was quite a large con.gregatlon i that has ever visited.Titusville. ;
grip. present, who listened very at- late Illness. J., who-will assist him In the work. LaGrange., ; sMisr

-Dr. and Mrs. Isaac R. Sanford, child attentively to a very able sermon delivered -1 -We understand Senator Matt. Quay -(1'1. C. H. Watson, wife of the pop- :Mr. Knox started for St Lucie Wednosday Venous Mlms, At Mlms, was' ( t ..

and nurse, of Sheffield, Mass., arrived by the above rev. gentleman.Mr. has been 111 in Washington, and left, this ala Parser Watson, of the steamer St. afternoon.' most welcome guest at Mrs. .Jacob Fea- j J

- ,, here Wednesday.. Dr. Sanford was a week, for his place at St. Lucie. With I Augustine, Left here, Wednesday' for -Mayor Wilson handled "eltlten" ter's, Saturday evening. !\ ;"
'visitor here last winter with Mr. W. B. E. T. Field, of Middletown, N. the excellent sport he gets In the St Lu Jacksosville where she will remain with In Star. Mr. Dyer, of Mo., Is around delivering : R

'Peck. J., who has been'on a trip to Lake cle neighborhood, we have no doubt he without glove yesterday the Home Comfort range: many ladle*, .i l
friends for a short time. We presume our anonymous friend willnow of this place purchased one.. i
Worth and West returned here
Key will become "his former eel!." The
, -The Rev. Jas. Bolton soon
i us
gave a and left for the Tuesday's Jacksonville Evening Include his honor In the same, category and Mrs. E. L..Brady, of TitosTtlle -' i.i.Mr. i.i
Monday, same ,
;: : 'pleasant call the end of last week. *He Senator and party are expected In Titus
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with the Board of and out riding our place
: Aldermen were through
: Mrs.' 8. M. Lorimler
north. He Will here Ttltgtam says ,
1f ..-appeared to like the district to which he probably return vile today or tomorrow.Mr. Wednesday, and visited their mother . j j
with hhe ..
him .L.
being same .
again within a short time to look after until Mrs. F. M. ,Ironmonger and hersister, charge run : '
'baa been appointed. We wish-him every Charles Howard, who a wko' credited with control- Mrs. Lewis, Colemsa.with ner throe t /l
Interests he have at Lake Miss Laura Lorlmler, leave this niternoon parties, are =
success in ))1ls new field of labor. some may short time ago wee engaged on the New children, spent' several' day last week '. 'At. 1'1
on the City of Jacksonville for a ling the action of the Town Council. with her mother, H... Carier, at Turn- ... '
York Is In San Francisco ?
-We understand that our late train Worth.Mr. Tribune now ,
re To-morrow evening, at Masonic bulL She she enjoys,her visit
: Frank Wilson, "of Canaveral, a' rest. Charles round-trip pleasure tour. says up i
conductor/Mr,Frank Villeret, has left taking was a general Hall, the celebrated dramatic reader, there very much.
Jacksonville was ou; hunting Wednesday and when favorite and his friends ''will -Miss Beals, an elocutionist of rare
for Mexico, where he beeobtained'a here, many Miss Moriata Beats, assisted by Miss We notice Dr. Graham,passing quite ;
near the DeSoto grove came upon three be to hear of him and his where powers and expresslonal force will be at
1 position on the Mexican Central glad Fessa F. Goode and Miss Minnie Goode frequently with strangers.. 'We suppose t ,
4r RallWay. deer. He shot one, laid It aside, and abouu.Mra.. Masonic Hall to-morrow (Saturday) even- he Is taking them out to look at unit ,
f a I then shot another. He.was about to Doors at 7SO entertainmentat will give an Instructive dramatic and and the country generally.. Hope to '
-Mr. A. ):plldreth: came up from In- R. C. Hutchinson and Miss. Ing. open : ;
shoot the third when he to the humorous entertainment. All those will be able to convince some of them
came o'clock. Admission 60 cents l
with his steamer Monday Hutchinson, aunts of Dr. Hutchinson, eight ;
dlanola on
I who attend may depend ulpa spending that It la hard to And a better placate
conclusion, that as he was seven miles in with. Miss Moore and Miss children 25 cents. Secure your seats 4JF
and brought up Dr. Holmes and Dr. Hill company live than right here.
' a pleasant evening.Mr.
'd with him. We were pleased to meet from home, he could not carry three Coventry, of Bordentown, N. J., arrived early H. R. Teaadale, jun..of Sanford Dr. Thornton,. and grand-daughter .
H them while in town. deer, so let the third one escape. He here,: tram their trip down the river, -A resolution In regard to the deathof Mrs. Sherwood Swanaoa left Thursday

0 -Mr. and Mrs. W.: C; Dalsell of South disposed of'one in Titnsville, and the Saturday. They started for other. placesIn Mr. J. P. Blake, Town Clerk and formerly purser on the City of Jacksonville arrived for their home In Alabama they bave'' Erg
the Johns
St River the and
on' most of winter
other he sent to Lee's hotel at Rock- spent among us ,
Egremont, M...., arrived here Wednes Florida the same day. Treasurer, was Introduced'and passed. here Tneiday afternoon to take a position will be very much mlssed;-but the'br::

t : day. Mr. Dalzell has a well-known repu- ledge.The -Mr. J. T. Basset, of Eau Gallle, save After auditing several accounts, Council a* on the St.Sebastian. W* will return early. next winter and ,Mnv ..AS.
"tatlon. an axle manufacturer his business fancy dress party at the Peck us a short call Wednesday. He.was on adjourned until the next regular meet- purser thinks she will come too.
Mr. Teasdale
understand was
m l extending over a considerable part House, Cocoa, to which we are pleasedto his way to City Point with the pile-driv Ing, ,which occurs next Thursday the25th the very popular of The valentine party at Mr. FeasterX
. while acting* on City '
Invitation will take last .
grand success.
acknowledge an Friday.enlug.waa
where his axles er which being towed down the Inst
of the north superior was welcome Mr.Teasdale
'If Jacksonville. We crowd and
Quito a large were present
are much sought after. Mr. and Mrs place on Wednesday night, Feb. 25th. river by Capt. A. Hildreth's steamer- -Buy the Argand, Vapor Stove. to Indian River. the poktoflUewa well patronized. Then

:, ,f; Dalzell will remain here about a weekor All who have been invited to attend, City of Columbus. They started on the Burns half a gallon less gasoline per day -We were present at a small but must have been over one hundred Tales-
r are requested to wear masks and fancy than hot cold stove About 10 o'clock
;, *o. journey about 130: o'clock. any or generator pleaaant gathering at the residence ofMra. tine deposited.

t'0: -Mr. W. S. Sheetz, of Fayetteville, N. costumes or dominoes, and to unmaskat -Capt. Thos. Eels, Jacksonville, the made. There' are forty on the river M. P. Bobbins,, last Saturday .v.- Messrs. Wolfe and Day were deputised '
ere eleven, when refreshments will be for reference. Send for FrankT. nlng. Mr. W. S. Sheets,. of Fayettvllla, to act a* postmaster;. they Opened the
well-known and catalogue.
C., who ha been In town for a few day, popular agent for Lloyds office, and read the valentine1 before

:- left for home on Wednesday morning.It served. AU those who attend may depend -of London, England, was in town to-day, Dlldge,;hard"are dealer, Titusville. N.guest C.,of who Captain was visiting R.. R. Titosville Paddlson, as was a giving them to. thmtr owners, whlcto '
1* rumored that he ha Interests in upon spending a most enjoyable having just returned from Jupiter. He I Messrs. J. H. Spellman and X. Mc- present, and executed several cornet solos caused much amusement Playing wee

'Titusville of an Important nature which evening's amusement. has made arrangements with General Craney, who have been on a yachtingtrip In an excellent manner to the great resumed when all and left kept for home up until with U>light.o'clock and, i, ;,
Chas. Verbeke of
attracted him to this point, and from -Mr. T. Brantley, Greeley to telegraph to London the I down a* far as Indian River Inlet, enjoyment of those present happy hearts.. The one drawback of the,' '

ce the expression of his countenance we gave our office a pleasant call on Mon names of all British vessels passing : returned to town Tuesday. They were -Our North Titnsville correspondent evening was, Mrs..Feaster wa not able

- ,should judge he considered future prospects day. Mr. Verbeke also brought up ,a north and south of Jupiter., ,The Capt. away about two weeks, and now look as occurred report a in rather.that.exciting usually peaceful scene as locality having to leave her room.. She lay howevershe $
special Invitation from one of Rock- left for Daytona to-day. received several valenUaes; and the ._.
I a* favorable. sunburnt. two Seminole Indian after a few night ago.. It seem that a certain and useful sent
nest by eauof
visitors for to -Conductor E. C. Dearborn, now a pretty one,
ledge's charming lady us
gentleman who occupies a
-The elocutionary entertainment their outing. prom- Trtusville's fair mald"-Hlu. Char-
.. 1' attend lawn and social but unfortunately resident of Brooklyn suburb, will move inent .at the town was
a -
t ; position depot
given,by Mica Clora Mourey, of St. Augustine those that his family to Titnsville this week, wherehe ,-Quite a delegation from the Titus escorting bin. better-half and lady friends lotte Spencer wa much appreciated.

: last Friday evening at Masonic mean germs are will be employed, says the Metropolis yule Sunday schools attended the County to their domicile;;: and when In th6

' 'Hall, was fairly well attended. :Miss traveling around "gripping" six out of Two lady friends from Nebraska, visit Sunday School Convention which was I vicinity of Dr..Wtlsoa's,their Interesting Exit "Citizen.". "
.1 ,( ten of our worthy townspeople, precluded ing hi. family, are charmed at such delightful "Citizen" take opportunity
't" ,Mourey went through her several recitations held at Rockledge on Tuesday All report conversation received a startling interruption again an :
< what understandwas winter' .eather.-Wben they I the of displaying either his Ignorance IJG'hatred '
our attending we by lightning-like approach
i in a very creditable manner; and and most get to Indian River they ,will be something a splendid time and brought back ,of what the ladles concluded was eithera for the truth we cannot aajr-
pleasant enjoyable
they were not only artistic; but very en- a very more than delighted.Miss good tidings of thev," iture of our County hippopotamus 01 monster bear; and It which-In 7eate .''* Star. He charge

t t1. .- joyable. She ha a good voice, and displayed gathering. -: Young, of Calais, Maine, who S. S. conventions, which will, hereafter, is said, that just then the moon looked the ADVOCATE with being unfair ,aott'
rich humor in her selections from -M.... Allie Martin, of Indianola, arrived here iv short time back Is still be held annually. down upon a seem wen worthy of reproduction Indulging in billingsgate.: Wheih' "' came up to town on Friday last to meet stopping with her father and mother In by Turner. camera. The stoop so low a* to be guilty of either
, .;-. ,acme of- the best authors; and during -Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Hubbell and '
shall ab&aaonj01U'DllJ1am.
her cousin Miss Higble-a charming North Titusville. W. believe she arrived wonderful skill which our friend of the charge, we 'f
the evening she received well-merited in time to attend the china wedding Miss Hattie Wilcox of Great Barrington, fair sea placing the shelter We refer him, to his own article which
!I'j 'applause. It seems strange with sucha young lieU from Newark, N. J., who ardyed of Captain and Mrs. Charles Brock, H...., arrived at the Indian River Hotel ing fence between themselves and the provoked our criticism, for an excellent

nice hall and stage In Tltu.viUe-that on the afternoon train. It is her which was, we understand, a very enjoyable Tuesday. They reside about four miles approaching mass was startling, and-' example of strained personallUeet and
first visit to Indian River,and she appeared affair. La grippe, unfortunately while the feat might not have been. remarkable to the article of our Honorable MayorIf {
entertainment are not given more often.A to be favorably Impressed with this I i. prevented our accepting .. Brook.kind fron Mr. W. B. Peck's summer home at as a* exhibition of grace-the he wishes to see who 1* guilty of being .

cursory glance over the work of invitation to the jubilee. South :Egremont, Mass., and expect to actbrity they exhibited would have done "lost to every manly principle. It.was ;
Electric Co. showsthat part of Florida, and hopes to make a -There was a strange coincident In remain TitasvUle for some time. Mr. credit to a circus performance. The "CitiMB" himself who broutht ruse ) >
[the Titnsville Light ,
lengthened stay at Indianola. She managed connection with the sad death of )(r. Hubbell I II a clothier la a large way of assort entirely forgot his duties and transportation companies Into the question
'j everything I* going ahead rapIdly. to be In time to enjoy the elocutionary E. P. Bosanqnet through the bite of a gave his entire attention to the fence by charging the E. C. T. Co. with
A building I* finished and painted, the entertainment at Masonic Hall rattlesnake, at Daytona, last Sunday. business at Great Barrington.Mr. emblem himself. On' reaching terra being the only party benefited by 4he
and __ Thos. Damn who 1* at present jfrma la Dr. Wilson' enclosure and extension of the city dock. He still
machinery. and boiler I* position, Both the above I While out driving in the country near
look neat and last Friday evening. Daytona last Saturday morning with his residing at the Dammit Grove, near venturing to take a closer view of the think the town sons the streets,because
1. thing are beginning to ladies left for Indianola Saturday morn- I Friend, Mr. Walker they noticed lone- Clifton has purchased six acre of ex. approaching animal the breathless party certain cities In other atate happen to
trim. It is hoped the work will be sos Ing. ly beautiful spot on the .... saw that It was a poor cow, whose alarmat own their thoroughfare New York
-:-, far advanced by the first of next month -)1r. Julius Tyler, treasurer of the which yet they afterward discoveredto eellent land near Minis station from Robbins their nnnsual antic ws far greater oW'DII'* city' hall; but Titnsville rent av t
: ; ft Graham, and expects to pot it In than that which she had excited in the building for the town officer Uaino j
R that our townspeople will be the happy be an old burial ground. A.C they '
l'f ,.t Florida Canning Co., Fort Pierce was in passed this quiet, lovely spot Mr. Boa cultivation In the near future. The land hearts of her observer The hero of 'Citizen' logic we have this result }
recipient of what the Metropolis doesnot town Monday attending to business con- anquet remarked to his friend on the I II on the new road and near the occasion made a fruitless effort to New York own a city haD-Tltusxtn* %":
purchased -
t po8.-.electrlo lights In our busi- nected with his firm. He gave our officea quaintness of the place, and said he explain his action In scaling the fence,: most own the building rent for that ,
-1: Deal house and streets. Capt. Jas. pleasant eaU while In town, and thought he would Ute to be buried the extensive drainage operatic ws but the ladle claim they shall test the !' purpose from Mr. 8cr ngeour. It t*bad I'm'
reported mentioned .In a former Issue of their escorts In future before that another journal should ac.
his received enough
Pritchard, In his usual genial manner things In general In neighborhood there. Mr. a cablegram -
relation In London Hand A Turner, the Titnsville photographers approaching the confine of Tou gvl11..1 space to air his Ignorance
In flourishing condition.He from Mr. Bosanquef
takes pleasure In escorting visitors as being a .
great '
and traduce the character of best "f
We understand that visitor to our,
the afternoon which they stated they offer for the next 80
home England
returned on ,
t."f. over the building, and pointing out to you but decline
citizens must to be'
depot since the episode occurred I II ; we 'a <
them the many little peculiarities, etc., steamer, no doubt pleased to get back to would leave the burial of the remain at days, one dos of their fine cabinet photo' earnestly solicited to sign a petition worry to his conduct by giving him'any
to sell the old his discretion. So Mr. Walker decided
connected with the electric machinery.It Fort Pierce. He came up
life size enlargement for only stock further Our column aLways
and council to notoriety.
a calling upon pas a ordinance are
buried In that old
,, 1 the first electric light plant that steamer Georgetown to Mr. Stevens, of to have them cemetery,
for the
and to dUcuailoo of
our hero expect open
nephew of CoL B. Young, as It was one of the unfortunate man'* 1000. of ; any
ha ever graced the store of our beautiful Jacksonville a $6Price guarantee their
As they and urge the matter upon our question, fairly and hoDeat1r.*bu' oar ,
Titusville. The boiler will betaken I ii.t wIahM. The remains were Interred appear
Indian River and we hope it will of North '
aldermen at their The will not to
self-respect permit
next us
wishIng meeting.- continue
and the steamer broken there. A brother of Mr. Boeanquet, work to be satisfactory everyone
to bee decided out
bejrhat It ought suo- up. should avail themselves cow, when last seen, was .In the river, to answer an anonjrmoux writer
be Jack who live In another part of the State, a fine portrait
B.>. and Xr. J. E. Ender Iron U to '
Gray -
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Voting legs agraphs.irom which he States tbat be found the, jail in the sum of $723,71418, besides interest
NEWS NOTES AND ITEMS'FBO.. islatlve appropriation bill was taken up. Interesting allOver and ,
an exsremeiy filthy condition, filledto the amount due the lee on Chiquestion
In the debate the Barrandta a
,' general ,
; FLORIDA. THE NATIONAL: CAPITAL. case overflowing With state and federal of rights and betterments. It
WM revived by )fro DalzeU, of Pennsylvania the State.
who defended the action of Commander prisoners, many of the latter having been i*'signed b Joseph B. Gumming, Julius
Reiter. Tho public1 arrested for the most trival offenses, and L. Wright, petitioner'attorneys.

EWS AND) NOTES Proceedings of the Second Session administered to Commander reprimand Better by Thomas Finch, age seventy-two-years, Sever indicted. Epidemics of measles __ .
and Miss Addie Chambley, age thirty five and other diseases prevailed among them
of the
the 61st of the was he said
Congress. secretary navy ,
unwarranted and unjust. A naval officer, years, were married,in Calhoun last week /and out of simple humn>t, he releawd THE FLEECY STAPLE.
WDENSED FROM TELEGRAPH r -- There is no abatement to the building them on their good behavior. In con
AND CABLE. 'X.ATK. been degraded by; a public terti- boom In southwest Goor Ia. And every clusion he gives this timely advice: "Ihe Crop Report of Agricultural
the mend
In without the intervention
senate, Tuesday the home bill .
ushers la new committee can form no adequate concep ; Department for
day enterprises the progressive February.Cotton 'r
to establish a custom district of Ten ne. court martial. lie criticised! severely; the lion of the suffering endured by the federal :
see. with a substitute constituting Nashville action of Secretary Tracy. Mr. Lodge returns of the department of
tome of Incidents that Hap. Tenn.y a port of delivery, 'was spoke In defense of the secretary i f the Appropos of tbd statement 'that there before pr.the Boners! in many of the state court to suspendsentences anti agriculture for February report tho estimated .

pen from Day to Day. taken up and passed. A conference was navy as also did :Mr. Dolirtor of Iowa. are no lawyers in Echo! and Charlton is power I product, compared with last year .
asked, and Messrs. Dolph, Wathburn Mr, Boutelle, of Maine, said that while counties. The returns for 1890 show that submit wholly that federal abrogated'' should respectfully be the proportion sent from' plantations, and t 1
and Kenna be entertained the Cbarlton has. neither a doctor or a den jai s the yield of I lint to teed. The
were appointed conferees on greatest respect and ,
'he will not)
annual convention of the Amerl: provided where confinement plat
the part of the senate. The naval appro esteem for the head of the navy depart tist. health." were prolific in boiling, and the
Publishers' Association
Newspaper priation bill ment. he wee'' so unfortunate not be Atlanta Is for another destroy or endanger in the early
held ia New WedDeada WM taken Up. Mr. flute as M preparing exposition opened rapid'y autumn
[ York Bald that the appropriation,made in the able to commend the secretary's action this fall. The 'subscription committee Tae Weileysvn Female Cellrc. to tax,,the cllpadl of the, pickers and I
deficit: In i tjia tarings bank at! bill for the running eitpi&ftes of the nary" towards Commander Reiter. (fUr.FithIan, have Already secured over half the Here is something that will interest leave the cotton exposed to t ,
',' Haf Cashici department, aside from the' constructiom of Illinois, oppoied the shipping bill.and amount needed to insure the success of every Methodist in Georgia, and all which was unusual'j moist '

'14fDII'iii' transactions""* -1 will reach |z ,:s I rJKTT ships, wend between $ ,000 attacked Charles Hill secretary of the' the enttrpr e. friends of Wes eyan Female College, no There is consequently general

: and $711v,!.? *. ru.a :>.agppiopriatiaefor I shipping league, on account of his statement It is very probable that a bill will be matter where they may be. The college plaint of discoloration, and to some com extent .
ol l that he (Fitht"n) was a British( emmisury belongs to the South and North Georgia Injury of the fibre from, some
CalitorDIs hr'use! representatives, last year. The bill, as report"( Ai'; introduced at the summer session of the cause.
He denounced and been leased for
passed a bill appropri- propriated $31,564,000. The large items that statement legislature to amend the charter of Dawson conferences, has along An unusual amouatof trash was gartered
$ i T 'w and the author of it as an unmit- time to President W. C. Bass I with the cotton that was thus
exhibit the exposed.
pest\r'for California's at were for carrying out of contract on so that tf e mayor's salary can be. increased -,
tented W.: : MFjrquaher of New President Bare: pays tho conferences so 1 he consolidation of estimates
vessels heretofore authorized by from $200 to $GOO and county, 4
congress. per year, a
id has summoned eeneral As compared with the estimates, the York, briefly defended Mr. Hi I I, and,' provide for compensation the alder much money for the ollege and he operates returned by the reporters,., make 100 percent !
Salisbury a appropriated $1,770,000 less. The without.dispensing of the bill, the committee it. If the attendance is large or as the product of lat year. The

F of leaders Great of the Britain conservative to take two main terms of increase, reported from rose, and the house adjourned. men.Now small, that does not affect the price the state averages are as follows: North ,
throughout I that Columbus has tho for
early in march. the committee on appropriations were ; In the house, on Wednesday, Ott motion I the selection money of siteis conferences receive year by year. The Carolina which had a very small crop '
a public building a
for two dry docks-one in South Carolina of Jlr. Richardson,. of Tennessee attendance this year fa the largest in the year,? 98; South, Carolina, 106;
snow blockade on the different and one on the Pacific coast The the senate amendment to the house, agitating the citizens, and is likely to history of the college. For,several years Georgia, 103: ; Florida, 95; Alabama
lines in Nebraska U about give as much trouble *s did the locationfor
over, first committee amendment President l Bass has teen contemplating 104 Mississippi, 103;
I that was' bill to fix the rate of wages of cer'ain the world's ; ;
fair at But Co-
trains about time. No fur Chicago.
are oa to leasing the college partly on account Texas 108 Arkansas 102 Tennessee
deaths challenged was the item of, $25,000'for employee of the government printing lumbus has the and that is the cease ; ; ,
are reported. the equipment and arms for naval militia office was non concurred in. The house of money Y of his health and partly because he
Mark Lane Kepreu, in its weekly in various states. After the word then went into committee of the whole big part desired'tf '/po back to preaching. He 110.Some correspondents claim that there

of the British grain trade, ssys "equipment" had been stricken out, (Mr. Pay son, of Illinois, in the chair) OH The effects of the recent disastrous conflagration notified the board some time ago that he has been an orgllnlz effort to hold back
': English wheats are firm, in spite of leaving it read "for arms, for naval the legislative appropriation bill. In the in Vienna have been seriously would retire. Accordingly, the board ,the delivery crop in the of
increased supplies. militia," only the amendment was agreedto. general debate which followed Mr. felt by the people, but they have gone trustees met in Macon to discuss the planof better prices. Others report bop '.

I Hovey has given the Indi The next amendment reached was Brockdale, of Mississippi, devoted him bravely to work to repair the 10... Tho operating the college aftir the present marketing to get the ben tt of higher /
store notice that he will not to insert a puagraphapproprlating $100- self to the civil service and Bnrrundia burned block will be replaced with handsome term. TIle question before the board rates of the opening season. It is possible :

extra session, even if the appro. 000 to continue the construction of a affair. Then Mr. McAd: ; of New Jersey brick structures, which are now be- was whether it should be leased at that both of these causes were Operative :

bills are not passed. timber dry dock at the coaling station at declared his opposition to the ship ing contracted for. present, or be run by the board. The one early In the season; the other

work of the Quebec Wonted Port Royal 8. C. Agreed to without ping bounty bill. Mr. Fitch gave notice There is no board of county coromias'oners board resolved to continue th a lease system later, counteracting the early movement .,
at Have Point, were nearly question. The next amendment was one that if the shipping bill passed a committee io Lowndea cnunty at present. and left with its local trustees the The proportions sent from \ ,
: ; by a boiler explosion Thurs providing lor a dry dock on Columbia would be appointed in the next Messrs. C. M. Williams and George duty of making the beat arrangementthey are thus reported i >urth Carolina 86

; Several of the employee were killed. nver, or on Puget; Bound. No action on congress to inquire into the manner in Hcrndon, a majority of tho new board, could and report at a later meetingof per cent, South Carolina 83, Georgia 86,
a who into this amendment was reached. Conference which its passage had been secured. have refused to take up their commissions the board the lease expires June Florida 90,_Alabama 86, Mississippi! ,86, .
) Morey the, 'Garfleld-came ancock promi committee were ordered on tho pension Without disposing of the bill the cjm- and this leaves Mr. William Marshall next. Louisiana 00,. Texas B9, ArkaD8 83, I
.,during in connection presl-with appropriation bill and on the army tqittee rose and after some unimportant who has taken up his, in the minor 1'1'.date.'Pea.IDa Claim Tenoesscce 85. General average 87. The .
; campaign' "Morey Chinese letter is appropriation bill. Messrs. Allison, routine business, the house adjourned.. ity and unalle to act. There wire several) pensions paid lat proportion of lint to seed is reported a a
I Dawes and Gorman are conferees on the The grand jury of Laurcns county, in year that won't be paid this year, beause 82 to 83 per cent, the better result being .
first bill, and Messrs. Alison, Plumb and KOTKS. their general presentments, recommended the claims are fraudulent. A case in in the Atlantic coast states Lui.
fe The Indiana house ot representatives Washburn on the second. A message The house, on Tuesday, granted the that her representative pass a bill placing I point came'up Thursday at the cupitol. Lana and Texas. .;
'has passed a bill beclarin injuries corporations from the president, with correspondence committee on coinage leave to sit during the whisky license in that county at A man who lives now in Jackson county INDIANS :
resposible for to em relating to tho conduct of Commander session. $10,000. which will practically amountto has been drawing a pension since '79 for TA.

'ployes Incurred through the negligence of Reiter in connection with the arrest and The house, on Tuesday, passed a bill prohibition and also recommended tho loss of an arm. lIe enlisted in Com-

felow; -employes. killing of General Bnrrundia, was presented increasing to $100 per month the pension that the ordinary levy a tax for the purpose pany B, First Georgia Regiment. His Secretary Noble Confers Wit
The Bank of England has returned to and referred to the committee on_ of the widow of Gen. Custer. and build a brick jail with steel affidavit states that this arm was lost at the Sioux Delegation ,

the Bank: of-France the first installment naval affairs. The president's veto message The president and Secretary Proctor cells, to cost about $1,000.A the second battle of Mantissas. By tho The big pow-wow between Secretary
of 1,000,000 in French gold, of the on the bill for a public building; at have sustained Colonel Forayth's management New York dupatch of Thursdaysays merest accident in the world this claim Noble and the delegation of Sioux In-
8,000,000 borrowed from that institution Dallas, Tex., with the action of the houae at the Wounded Knee :., When ex-Governor Gordon, of was brought to the attention of Captain dians began Saturday in tho interior do- '

during the recent financial crisis. in passing the bill over the veto, was presented ment, contrary to the advice of engage General Georgia; arrived at the Pennsylvania ?. M. Mjcrs, of Atlanta, and others. partment. Secretary Proctor and a number
.England. and referred to the committee on Miles. railroad station, In Jersey City, bound They remembered the m >u and the par.. of women interested in Indian work were

r ,The town of Elliavtlle, 'Illinois, was public buildings and grounds. The senate The death of Phelan is south, this afternoon he found that h s ticulars of the loss of his arm. lIe deliberately present. Tho sccntary opened the con- '

swept from the face of the earth by fire then adjourned.In the twelfth since Representative the of the pocket had been picked, and he had shot off his band in order to get fereoc by saying that he was their friend, '
Sunday.: Only three houses are left the senate on Wednesday, Mr. first One senator opening and eleven fifty. neither railroad ticket nor money to buy out of the service. That was in ready to,hear any, complaint they j
standing in the place. The town was' a Teller offered a resolution, which was tncratx congress. any with. Besides his ticket, he had August, 1861. Thne affidavits had to make. John Gravy the first *
have of
small one, and there were no means to agreed to, calling on the secretary of the from died these three went lost $148. His grand hailing sign of dis- to: that effect-from two officers spokesman for the Indians,'declared that i
fight the fire. treasury for a list of all /persons firms or Pennsylvania.The tress brought him relief at the railroad and one private; in that command-are his reople did not want to be driven backto

A dispatch of Tuesday to the New associations, by whom silver bullion had I international monetary conference, ticket office, and after putting the matter now filed away in the executive depart-' savage life. lie said that there H+
.' ''York"Timet from Cleveland, Ohio, rays been offered, under the act of July 14. which has been in session in Washing) in the hands of detectives, the gov- mont, awaiting the pensioner's applica- ben a great improvement in the e
'. Senator-elect Brice;contemplates resigning 1890, the amounts and prtcis; list of ton several days, adjourned Tuesday] ernor continued on his journey ,without tion: for a pension this year. Still another the Indian agents, and.ho wanted
those from whom silver bullion had been This action was taken on account of thj is that
his seat in the senate in order to do- delay. case of a man who lost a leg in a civilian and not military agents.
'TOte all,;hls time to his financial affairs. purchased, amount and prices; basis on fact that legislation is now pending iacongress The Macon lodge of Locomotive Engineers railroad accident at Jontsboro, and has American Horse said the Indians at ;
:which have suffered recently. which an estimate is made of the market ,which may materially chang claim to hive grievance against been drawing a pension ou the strength Pino Ridge, through the destruction of
price of silver; and the amounts and ,the status of Illvo r. : the Central railroad. They that that of the affidavit, vouched for in due form, their property, had been put back fifteen
A cablegram from St. Petersburg, prices of silver, bullion purchased At )lr. Grime's request, the senate ap-j part of the railioad's contract say with them that he lost his leg in battle. Several years, and he wanted the' losses made ,R.
:, .Russia, says that the only effect of the outside of the United States. Consideration committee which has other have been to the
cases attention
propriation now relative f.n pay for over time has not b en brought good. There were too many ,white men'
memorial sent by the Guild hall meeting'to of the naval bill the civil bill under of the and the list is .
appropriation ,was sundry appropriation" enforced, and they claim that men in the department, and too few Indians appointed to
the ca*r, asking him to extend pro- then resumed, the pending question beIng consideration, on Tuesday, promised .to different branches of services ,have lost !being l thoroughly sifted; and it will bo avery at tho ngencits and ho complained .Iace
: ,tectiop t<' the i ersecuted Jews of Russia: on the amendment in reference to the make provision in that bill for the Immediate hard matter hereafter for a fraudu- of the He,
,has been to redouble those 6v ;: $40,000 in the last three months rclative agents getting ofct :
': penecu.lon. site of the dry dock on the Pacific coast. appropriation of the $100,000 to from that cause alone., A committee lent claim to get through. several of the other
; J. B. Ellis, a patient at tho city hospital The amendment recommended by the be used in purchasing a site and constructing consisting of a representative engineer The llrltrrmeoU CI.I... the government to make good the want

at Kansas City, afflicted with consumption committee on appropriations leaving it the Columbus, Ga., public from each division of the Ccntrel system The'claim of the Western Dod Atlantic suffered by the Indians i the .late dieturtaaces. -' j
'and upon whom, ihysicians, to the secretary of the navy to decide building. was appointed to go to Savannah for the lessees is $723,714.14, with iutcrest.- I
*have been experimenting with Koch's upon the site'of the drr.dock, was advocated The bills providing for federal courts purpose of conferring with Manager [ Nearly three-quarters of a million.' The They all protected they were peaceful, !
lymph; died bunday morning. The coroner by Me srs. Mitchell, at both Athens and Columbus Ga., passed! Gabbet on this question. i paper, which is a final and official and and IIuliow flora Bear deleted that at \
will make a post mortem examina while Mr. Allen argued in support of his the house last cession, and have since is infested with and complete: presentation of their claim for the Wounded Knee fight only 'one Indian '

tion.The amendment, fixing Port Orchard on been pending in the senate judiciary com Georgia trouble in Gypsies section, : Betterments, has been delivered to C"L wanted to fight. That Indian ha ;
New York state renate, Tuesday, Puget sound, as the site. The discussionwas mittee. The chances are, both bi Is wi I they Recently are causing Gypsy, ca ling himself many ."John. N.: J. Hammond, 'president of the com- discharged a gun and then the j

,by a vote of 24 to 2 adopted a resolution i inqueltlng'the continued by Messrs. Cockerel be reported within a few days. In that Shylock," met aboy near Talbotton, who nission. The pi til Ion begins byrecit fired oa the men and squaws. ,Ue :
New: 'York delegation in ), Hiscock, Washburn, Call, event they can be rushed through end was riding a mule which belonged to Mr. log the act of the legislature! leasingthe wanted money to buy rations and cows ?
,congress to opp<. e the free coinage bill. I Squire, Spooner and llale. Finally become laws before the expiration of the Walter Baldwin. The Gypsy traded road to certain | crsons on December to make up for the lailures of the crops.. .,

The' senate also passed a resolution providing I alter nearly three hour's talk, present session. mules,with him, .giving the boy $10 to 27ih, 1870. There was nothing Secretary Noble, In reply, told the Indians
for no investigation of tho sugar a vote was taken on Mr. Allen'samendment bout The mule left with the buy wa avery peculiar in the transaction, and the state the jibveroment lad fulfilled all its
trait. and it was agreed to. The inferic animal, and the boy took occupied the position of ordination lessor treaty stipulations with them, and advised ;:
k A 'Washington dispatch says: Congressman lieu amendment by the committee was to SUFFERING IN, CHINA. him down to Taylor county and sold him In the lease. They claim that one of the the Indians to think over what had
Phelan, of 'Tennessee who has Insert a paragraph instructing the secretary for $S. He afterwards returned to Mr. Incidents of the relation of landlord been done for them, to educate their children '
Been lit for a long time, and who went to of the navy to sell one or more of Flood and Fire Play Fearful Baldwin's house and related the whole' and tenant is the right of the and not let them dream that they !
the old single turreted monitors the tenant to remove during his term his I could get anything by from the -
the Bahamas for his health beforo the beginning transaction, claiming that the Gypsy for
Havoc In the Celestial Empire.A .
price to be determined by a board of forced him and trade: fixtures, and that the lessees could t UnitedStates.
of the winter, died at Nassau on to exchange, afterwards
naval officers. It was agreed to. The letter from Shanghai gives the details him into have removed all the fixtures annexed to t
'30th and his body arrived in frightened leaving by telling
New York Saturday, morning.A remainder of the committee amendmentswere of terrible floods and famine which: him that Mr. Baldwin would prosecutehim the sale for the, purpose of operating a i THANKING SECRETARY BLAINE )
agreed to without contest Mr. have prevailed recently in the interior for theft. Mr. Baldwin started in railroad, except such structure as had -
New :York dispatch says: James Call presented some views in favor of the districts of northern China. The governor pursuit, overtaking the Gypsy, with his been placed as a substitute to a structure For the Reciprocity Treaty.Made: ;
Bed path, the famous Irish nationalist, re-e>tablishment and proper equipmentof general of Li-IIang-Chang reports band, in Bornesville. lie recovered the existing prior to the lease provided no With Brazil. '
journalist and lecturer, vice president of the navy yard at Pensacola and of I that the people of Schuan have suffered mule and In done to the freehold The
the Ai'tl-Poverty society, who was rundown establishing a proper plant in the region terribly by flood, which destroyed tem. $75 money for damages sustained. dasW that could have been 1 removed A Richmond dispatch of Sunday tj:

by a Fourth avenue horse car, opposite of Alabama, where I iron and sUelare plesbrklges and city walls in no less than are marked in 'Exhibit A, attached I Owing to the large flour milling interest
the postoffice, one day last week, produced, for the construction and repair ten districts. In Wen-Chuan the loss of Information wa received at the penitentiary to the petition, and consist of there, ihe reciprocity treaty with Brazil
died Tuesday at St. Luke's hospital from of vessels at Pensacola. Th bill was life will reach fully 1,000. Immediately department Thursday of the twenty-one squares and Bidicl grading Richmond favorably received by the
the effect of his injuries. then passed. Mr. Wolcott,' from the following the flood lit POI Chang a fire escape of seven convicts from the campat not included, that cost ), and trade generally An insight

A cablegram of Tuesday from Rome committee on civil service, reported back, broke out and destroyed thirty-five LaFayefe, "Walker county. The prisoners buildings in Atlanta at a t'Ot of (3,810 Into the public opinion regarding the
.says; The Marquis Di Ru-lini the new without recommendation, the senate bill houses. In three other placesbouses w'i
Italian premier, has issued a circular addressed to Ineure pnference in appointment, employment were burued to the number negro, overpowered the guard and escaped structures to the amount of $17- telegram, sent to Mr. Blame Satury,'
to Italian ministers abroad, and retention in the public of 200. The suffering among the without injury to themselves The escapes 070, making tho total 8450480. Fur- by one of the prominent mlog companies t

stating that the progr imme of the cabinet service df the United States to veteransin poor la souuth'nr: teriib'e. The toads are: 8. F. Lucas, white, Decatur ther than that the company could have :
is pacific and conservative which will the late war, and it was placed on the everywhere ale difficult of pass ige, and county, eighteen years for burglary; removed substituted structures, marked "To Hon. lame O. Elaine, Secretary
and wretches their Mingo Slelrose, black. Chatham in "Exhibit B to amount of of State, Washington, D. C: Accept ourheartiest '
guarantee security to Italy quiet to calendar. The District of Columbia appropriation crowds of starring on way t $731-
bill was reported and placed to Shanghai, and how to deal with them county, life, for murder; Char 652.95 in the way rails and bridgework conjrtulatol on the magiiI
Europe. The cabinet, he adds, will seek on the calendar, and Mr. Plumb gave will IMS an anxious and diffirmlt proolera lie .Martin black, Meriwctber coun- ,.and fences and other material, but Ci.pt BUCe your trl1
to strengthen It,Jy.. notice that he would rtk for its consideration for those In power to solve. Corn hu ty, ten years for' burglary; George as an offset to this the orig- policy ia securing reCprllcty trade relations
At the instance of the International Thursday. The copyright bill risen to double the usual price, and kaoliang Frank, black, Dodge county, life, for : inal structures in "Exhibit C," with Brazil. must largely ,'',

Brotherhood of Railway Employes a bill was then taken up but Mr. Platt consented stalks,for fuel c nnot be bat at murder; George Wright, colore, Talbot to this amount of $823,660.30. 'increase the consumption of AmericD ';
has been introduced la the Massachusettslegislature that the bill should be laid aside any price, and for building purposes they county, t, n years, for burglary; William : Attention is called to the *p. ciflc act Hour and prove beneficial to every wheat : .

providing for the election an- informally and that bills on the calendar bring 80 cash (4 cents) per stalk. Cotton Wilson colored Echoic county, life for I of tho legislature of October 24, 1870, grower in Virginia. i
of of the is an entire murder; Bob "Wiggins, black' Sumter requiring the lessees to give bond FROM DETROIT MEECnAHTS.
busily by tho people state railway should be taken up. Quite a number ; one staple products, to return ,
'commissioners, who shall have no rail- were passed, among them the senate bill foilore this year, thus bringing up coun y, life, for murder. The guard was : the road in a* good condition as FolowlnJ is the tenor of a telegram
way stock or interests. They shall receive appropriating $5UOUO for an equestrian the price beyond the purchase of the first a-saultcd and knocked down by a when receivedwhich act expressly recognizes ant the Merchants' and Manu
$4,000 each per year $500: each foi statue of General Francis Marion, in poor. free negro whose duty it w'aa to carry the rights claimed by the petitioners. facturers' Ezchanpe of Detroit: .
steel from the works to the for repairs -
traveling expenses and free transportation Columbia, B. O. The senate bill appro- shop and Based upon this the petitioners claim "Oa bhalf memb the ex-
over all roads. priating 130,000: for a public building at THOUSANDS OF' BOOMERS This negro has been arrested the unimpeachable right to remove any chang embracing financial, 1
., armed is 'suing the
o + a. Charlottesville, Va., was reported and an posse pu escapesc..t.t and all ftur provided the road was and manufacturing interests 7
the calendar The senate at Oar LcUlal. a condition as when of this! city, and in behalf of a very large Anumber ,
placed on
WILL SERVE THEIR TERM. 5:50 o'clock adjourned till Thursday at Have Settled on the Cherokee Treasurer Bob HarUeman, on Thursday leased, or even to sell the improvementson of merchants and manufacturers '.,

11 o'clock a, m., the copyright bill being Strip in Defiance of Law.A completed hit payroll for the lastsession the leased premises. The petition of this state, who approve, not only ol

Dillon and O'Brien Voluntarily. unfinished business, Topeka Kansas, dispatch of Sunday of the legislature. The the figures state : cit the letter of President Joseph E reciprocity with South and Central '
show what the legislature costs to Governor Gordon Weacknowl- '
Surrender. says:: The Cherokee strip is fairly smarm : referring t Americ bu America. g
I e with settlers despite the prohibitionact and are sa follows. The.senate-Per the rights of the company, with tM appreciation of the commercial
.'Willim O'Brien, accompanied by John BOUSE. the effort of tho'military to keep diem, $13C13; mileage, 1372.80; expenses that the Georgia legislature immediately advantage gained by you for our com .
Dillon and Thomas P. Gill, left the port 'On Tuesday, the house bill, (comingover them out. In the eastern portion of the of commiUees, $ : -. ; total, : en October 24, 1887, mon cnuntty through the agreement conv .
of Boulogne Sur-Mer, France, on Thurs from Friday evening), was passed scores of families are living in caves $13.276.54. The house-Per diem, $40.. I aftrwad peremptorily the pleted with Brazil" and we a continuance '
day for Folkstone, England. It is ex-: increasing t<> $100 a month the pension strip into the high banks along every 210.90; mileage $3,184.10; expenses of rights claimed in the letter, of your efforts u open the
pooled that Dillon and O'Brien will be of the widow of General Custer Mr, dug committees $704.83 total, $40,088.83. .
with trees or bushes hiding the ; and directed the state to u the entire avenues of reciprocal trade and rom -
arrested the moment they set foot on Wickham of Ohio, asked unanimous consent while are living in caves So that a session of forty-eight days executive to prevent the particularly with Canada." A
entrances, many
British soil in order that they maybe for the committee on coinage, the prairie. On Black Bear costs the state $81,873.37. The corre- of the property, and by duress interfere f'ne.
compelled to serve the terms of Imprisonment weights and measures io sit during: scslionsof on creek them open is a colony of over 200 per. spending session of the last legislature. : with company's rights in the matter. GOOD FOR THE EMPLOYES.
imposed them some months the house, which was granted. cost 157,374.12.: Further the landlord -
upon sons in caves, tents aud cabin., and at state, as treated
ago by the Tipper ry court for conspiring The army and pension appropriat on bills several points they are preparing to plow "....Bpeer'e R..t7. the company's property .its own, and A Company Donates $50,000 ot
to incite tenants on the 8rs tth-Barry were sent to conference. The senate bill for spring crops. There are at least 2,000 At the meeting of the house judiciary even leaned the trade fixture, which it Stock to Its Workmen.The .
estate not to rent. was passed for the transfer of army committee in tt a&hington several days to
pay the choicest right remove, a new tenant
boomers now occupying
A later dispatch from Folkstone says: officer on the retired li.t from the limited quarter It'Ctlonlln the strip and it will ago, there were severe critU-tons. of the h. t7t 1890.t The petition factory large of the thrhn:&mIn, wajju.-

Dillon and O'Brlcn, upon their arrival at list to the unlimited list uhea therahll"hno take the soldieis months to find them federal judges for the suspension of sentecyce then sets agreement between pony, at Battle Creek, Michigan, Cm.. .
th's place from Itoulogne-Sur-Mer, voluntarily attained the ago siity-four years. Southwest and east of Kiowa there are of offenders against the internal the company and the state, the former of of its '
sumiriered themselves to the Mr. Abbott of Texas, from the commit hundreds of settler i.. the strip, and it I revenue law. The northern Georgia district agreeing to alo. its property to b paid urday up, mad dont. fIO work ,
police autuoritietli'era tee on public buildings and grounds, reported M reported that there are large nunncrs in particular, wu singled out for turned over lessee, with It.tk absolute ) the value .
Wk: the bill proridin:? forth- lathe broken country at the extreme attack and Judge Emory bpeer, of this distinct that its claims were ia m I gfa o
laud a bu.11ttfa extension of the public building at l>al- who acted in that proviso Itok being eDid greater
hoTga C.amsuaaa district, temporarily but to be
'* 0.u proof gaUaas of This west Tile troops stationed at Fort Reno nowi abudoDe were upheld its face. The ; has been established
tUtflUJ. -spirit wm ud ia tb. arts mama iaa. Tvx.. at a cwt of $200,000.but have been ordered to move into th* strip tlUtrict n the account of the disability Ctr n4 that th at CLpr f.--rty-two years.
factiu *aame in fr some severe I state became bound agreemf sad has always Ctk for its ttreatment

....ber 8t. 1 of which. 0,13,153 uendaliouof vet$*d by the the president.commit tea Tlw fa that*?\'IO"tho any structure they may find there. .j and entirely unjust strictures for hair I i tht money contract which to their pay p1oner the reason-o I of its \ll. rt.

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tf-of t PVER .ALABAMA. n. thnUl1t'h 1ami" )n we have are now ALLIANCE .NOTESB: ( tacit tub-Alliance would matte a tioto;for -----

; > telling in Pennsylvania for $1,600 lwracre. en ugh money for all. The 'lIlIh was
1.. lie has been our our oil territ. TJ Him distributed to each member according
.Various, Things That are Hap- -hu'! exami< cd it close: y 'and Jo con NEWS ,OF THE ORDER FROM to hill eit mated net drt." When! the ?

It pealing Around Us. vinred beyond II doubt II at w<> have crop wne Jtn'hcfCtho money was
pe roleum hire. of a very high grado.l> In ALL SECTIONS. brought in by each man in arcor (lance

-t ui --- fact, our county h 1 now full of men prospecting ,. with the tali Ms ho had rcccivtd, and
Saturday nfoht tho store of John. for oil and oth r minerals. :We turned over to tho makers of the banknote

Ramagnaan. at Jacksonville, was broken do not with to discourage any entcrpr se Items of Interest to Alliance- who in turn pAd: oil tho note HACINE.WIS. ,

Into, his safe drilled through and about looking to the,levclopmcnt of(our mineral men Everywhere. l-i bunk In this way men T\h were eni ,
$1,400 stolen 'I ho woe k is that of nn resources, but we want to coiitiq\ our '' IrrnKlr.. tw. tno.cT from the hank,

expert, and thcie Is tio clue u to who people about leasing or selling'' their The state -- show that got money and paid the merchant casts
1 book
,the parties are. lands.e are your friends and wo want recrctiry'g for his meat and corn. This arrangement,'
tho first Alliance the Antioch h t
The Southern exposition will open at Tau to reap a full reward of a'I that Alliance! M lh'tJr.lt" was orgito'tcdMarch ) instead of damaging, helps the octil m r-..

1( ilon-gomery October 28th and close November comes out of the earth Preparations 31st, 1887, nr.d county that Mrs, Lord, of chant lIe get a fair profit and get thetnoney tevhiI.

11th. Copt U. G, Bibb, has are being rnndr to t lore another will at .\ntlo. 1., was tle first Uiiy in Georgia to as he sells the goods and can affor.1
been elected president. Preparations are Hartsell, and a development company has : join the order. to sell for shorter profits because
I I { 'being male, to m ke thu exposition thu aLto been organi/ed at Florence." he can lice his cash several tim tho

" greatest fair ever held in Alabama. I Tho Farmers' Ailmnco warehouse! In IIDie ealOn. The most of the guano
was I louitht; on joint note In tho time
I } bunday night about 9 o'clock, two CAPITOL KOTEB.' : Athens G c., is building up a fine bust- way and at short pr.fi I to the

men entered the office of tho, Binning- The re-districting bill has been killed nets lion. James! 51. Smith of O lo- dealer The scheme very altogether is a commendable LUMBERYARD a- @ITITRUCRS*' ,,t ; ,
ham Railway and thorpe sent it of 830 bates! I SPRING WAGONSeiALLSTVLES.
Supply Company, at in the senate one shipment ,, one, and its general adoption
Birmingham sandbagged the clerk and will supplement \\'itl1l,060 more. .1 i ir
r The house concurred In the senite : would be a great: benefit to eub llIonces.
resolution '
John C. Matthews tieJ his hands and ( 01. Smith ill the kind of men'who buildup
feet sod fagged him. They robbed the to authorize -afford Berney to Alliance ins.itutions. .". / Nuncrns pA1aNt '
have In his handbook Alabama .. LADIES CHAISE,., .
wale of $78, and made good their printed of % DANGER TO TI1R AtLtAKCS.As
cape '
The clerk gained\ ,consdousn'lI iu two from the engraved plates prepared for The Indiittrwl AilroMte (Kansas) says soon M the Alliance approaches the .
hours. lie thinks he was" chloroformed. the geological survey,copies of the map. it would like to see the work of the Alli- development-of strength which indicates IAt.aL cUtaa6MKL +

'The robbers were white men. The bill to make an appropriation for ance take a little more of an agricultural possibility of Its principles beet m- '

The St. Louis. Paduca and Tennessee defraying the expenses of the annual encampment turn; that it would bo a good plan to hue domlna'e in tho government the tremendous rtRACiNEWiS.
E River Packet company and Louisville: of the state troops' has passed have meetings: of neighborhood! Alliaoretwith powi r of wealth and' political FISH BR9S WAG!N G5- -

Paducah and Tennessee River Packet, the house. As amended! and passed, it subjects of discussion already out influence will be exerted to modi Iy the

company have arranged ,.to put on the appropriates $13,600 a' year for he years lined, and bring out all thcro is in it policy of Its leaders. When a man becomes .

light draught steamer, to ply between 1891 and 18U3\ and it was disposed of hat would bo of benefit to tho farmingclass. prominent and powerful by virtue
Riverton and Decatur, Ala., via the without discussion. of the votes back of him, he is brought '
face to face with neccssitli I. '
now }
Missel Shoals canal. This will connect .The house bill .
to create
a new
The Spalding: County Alliance met'at The pow r to talk and reason now becomes
Chattanooga line of steamers with of
of Clarke Wil-
portions aqd
the lower Miringo Griffin, Un a few days ag >. The man the power to act. The courage to
river trade and will
counties said
be culled
cox new county to
be the ager of the Alliance warehouse made a talk and write of vast reforms for the
first practical through navigationof the county of llerndon has been passed .
welfare of and the to
teport which was highly encouraging. humanity, courage
the upper Tei nessec, although several by the house .to of 60' to 23 ).1 '
have on a' v> yeas Tho report showed that 13,80 bales of act in the same lino are. two wholly distinct ,
bo/ts. recently made the trip. nays, slightly more than the two-thirds cotton had been weighed, and that there developments in human nature.It .
M Jtis reported that tho Chattabooga majority required: under the constitution. was' a lice, puree, agKrcgatng is like the difference between urging : ';,,

I Southern, the East Tennessee, Virginiaand The following house bile': have been nearly (3,000, in bank, which will ;go the iroops to death and destruction l .' ,
Georgia system the Nashville, Chattanooga passed, : A.bill to establish and marl the hack to p"tronln! the way of dividend* behind the breastworks-and leading THE t t "''.'.
and M. Louis road and the boundary line between: Cherokee county in a few weeks. them; in tho charge after' the breastworks '
Louisville and Nashville will build a come Alabama, and Polk county, Georgia, and ,s.. havo been cleared. 'I

modious union passenger depot in Gads- appropriating $250 for that purpose One hundred million of the govern- Few men have tho power within themto "
,: den,where, it is said they havo secured To amind the code so as to n.oro effectually mint credit to be loaned to a tyndi aUto faco tho to day ism of thirty-one bile p ,I >ic 3
the necessary ground. One of the tads" prevent lotteries in this state. It dig a ditch in Nicnragut is constitutional lion dolly' of capital, with nil that it of ItEPt
the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis, prohibits any lottery or device of the with John Sliorinuu ; but to loan implies! Few men. indeed, in a *:nglostato ;lY STO RES S1 alto SHEARS ertrt '

.owners several acres near 1 the business center like kind, or any gift enterprise, or any the f.rOll r credit'on his wheat, oats and have the name heroism to stand 1 bee IrislsT !cE ,
of the city and pressure, will be scheme in the nature of a lottery or tiff nthcr cops that, go to keep tl>o human fore tho polished and culluied pi''in re- ON YOURSTOREKEEPE FDa pa O
brought to bear 'on the roads to build enterprise. A bill to provide fur the redemption family alive is .uncousii utional. here lings of on old civilization, and prucUim SENDTODS fy

nearer the city. of lands by pen ns whose is a great deal of difference betweentweedledie the truths involved at tho hcarllutono ofa UwfciwHOLYOKE >
A special from Florence says: Deputy lauds have been sold for state taxes. and tweidle-dum.-National' d. eole.e home. .? JETTING TnEri.,, J J\ >

United States Marshal Bhoenfield returned The hou-e has passed, without discussion (lit.zen,' Alliance. Here I it the danger. We have reachedIt. *;- FOR YOU-*'* = MASS.BUSINESS .

t a .few days ago with Harvey and without opposition, :Mr. Webb' .'. The AllinnCD is now a power, nnd
Reynolds, who was arrested t n the All- bill for the relief of n-edy confederate "is UNITY rnitiiK 1 ITn1tl OTU.tI already w'* Und men who have' pos'd 1:1:
bama state line charged with operating a soldiers and sail on. residents of Alabama, Tho Alliance 'is the leaders of revo lit ion, making their -- -
organization a protest '
distillery and retailing il leit liquor. who from wounds or other cau e aro now tho economic financial and pence with the money pillA cr. 1 bo licroiom :
against political
,Hig bond was fixed at $500 which he umiblo to tarn a liviTiho d, and for the delusions of the times. Th farn-ets of thu platform becomes the coustrv. REVIEW
was unable to raise, as he is alreadY under widows of such as were kilted in said have thofo and .>tifm* of ihe lobby. -
i I 1 struggled against wrongs The hour demand men! It demands Of Past Week as Reported by
fl.OOO bond fur a similar offence. war, and have not since marr ,Hi bondsmen" have turned him over to bill imposes a special tax of J mil, andis year out with i r their jonr-only I iron wil s and genuine courage. It demands R. 0. Dunn & Co. / 't ts t
mortgage cyclones 1
"' the authorities. He is tho worst moon- to run for six y'< ars. Special provision and floods; and 1C t they have fed Site spiiitof the .lll\stllr-men who R. O. Dunn & Co.'* weekly review ol I 'j I.
'shiner in that section. Some sensational in the total ot $1,200 a year'is made lor 63,000.000 of people with tho products of in slat'cnift can pierce the present clouds trade says: Though at a higher level ol "

,derelopnv nls are looked for which will the totally blind, of whom it Is believed their work. The question with them in, into thu future bl'yond-lIl"n who can prices, huaincHS cont,nucs to exceed luxtear's j s itx
involve him ho was a principal actor. there but ,twelve in the m.ke path"oY'lIs well a* tnud th "e.I-, :
'i as j| aro ten or state. "Shall we submit to those conditions any >' on tho whole and is In clinrncleimore l
The projected Fort Payne and Eastern For veterans made other disabilities longer, or shall we rise up and assert our ready 1 beatnTho hour of. trial comes. Watrh healthy and conservative, than a usuil:

road, has already awakened great interest provision is after the manner gluts and obtain justice anti fair playf'Totho who waterswho trenches-who f"ltl'naod ye with less speculative! uclh'Jl1cntand with :
41d along the entire length of Its proposed of previous acts of thIs nature. The latter they have turned an affirmative to search for those who u sense of uncertainty, making buyers J '
route. All through tbe section of the bill will raise about $125O\O: a year. answer. Upon this hypothesis theyare prepare to the wondrous nnuw times which cautious in Dourly all lines so that purchases '
1 country that it will traverse there an I The house has concurred In the following now working, believing that "in lire dawu equal us.-V he Great \\'e\ ,t. aro closely confined to tho actual It ".,
./ .great deposits of marble and immense senate amendments: The Henry bill union there is strength: Following out upon demand for consumption. '
k forest of timber. A direct communica, for the bett r maintenance of the public this idea, they propose to unite v.i h the Tbe volume of business transacted Is, )

Lion to the Tennessee river, where heavy schools! of Jtffursou county, said amendment independent party, the people's party by THE TRADES UNIONS neverihcle", much greater than a your' r I
l material such as pig Iron, machinerye being t,> make the school tax rate i presentutivcs, the late fedtml,mid -- ago ia some of the most important 1Q1.1ck. 1\\
' coal and marble could be sent hundrede mill instead of 1 mill, thereby raising the confederate sold ers by th ir representatives. To Demand the Work on the brunches, and In scarcely any I I. thero a CINCINNATI' Shurtestsnd:: S :
would insure for threw of This is in the Farmers'Alliance tho Farmer material decrease. The money market
of mile by water, sum $20,000 a year. consonance World's Fair Buildings. .... ?
t JIt road a good local business within a. with the agreement between Mr. Mutual Benefit Association, the Citizens'1 Tho labor of : hotly lire everywhere easy, confidence i I. and Pullman Palace
year of its completion. (I henry and Senator: Milner. Tho bill Alliance, the ( Alliance of LIIor l tho asserted itself Sunday Chicago regarding: the still all cted, to some extent by mpartment Car through without chul't ito 1

JIt rf 'J1i.<> Philadelphia< It finally refused to allow other couotii I to industrial organizations that support tho but the Impression grow stronger j
ay of tig. trade and labor wcrably body !:
t Watching" \ '* astoniffahment, the capi- come in. The amendment to tho Wood principles< of the tit. LouU igi! cement: : of .lull to represent 47OOJ workmen, oml no Important action will' occur at thi DEPOT LVNIONS1l0UI I J ,
I bill to extortion! farm December 1889. session! of congress and that an extra ses- r !
In Ala- prevent on pro s'
trite w-boVre'buHdlnsp"/ Ole of whoso member' wns given a stun will bo avoided. And the WE ; cat, :
1I.lIad duce stored in warehouses. Thomacs .t.
J barns have -discovered that the ra...... in the WDr.il' fair directory in recognition This stock market baa been Irregular, Knee. for ;
rmrTT8* r this act 'I.* to prevent war FOR TUB IWITTY Bit L. subxcrilx-d workingmen I t40 '
of : by / : and
Committee in the legislature, which it' $1)00,000 but the ,disposition to Invest urplu I CUJP 'r
I largely composed of Alliance men, i* not housemen,from charging storage on cct- The following resolutions were passed to the guaruntuu fund of the fair, fund i U strengthened by the progress of GO NOBTnWBST ,,

: hostile (8 the railway corporation, but, : ton th.' i* never stored, that being dDS A few days ago by the Jk'thlehcm, Ga., Jsmw O'Copnill, president of the assembly Ihe railroad presidents toward. an :aUo wnu through( carline DETROIT v r

I ,. ,oa the contrary, hu declined to report i I method tY!obtaining interest on money Alliance fleicd tho lollowlngt ire regulation of traffic and Wj th effoetge for ,1
1! favorably a bill conferring mandatory advanced 0/* rowlol cror The amend Whereas, Thcro Is ft bill before the Whereas Theiwcsenl directory of said earning ",ported.'D Inti d lotl la Lanced a. .
powers upon the state railroad commitsiooer. ,- ment to the tln to prevent f"mbincs, gen, ml asscmb'y of tieofgia known at expohitiou iudicnto their intention of refusing Th price 0\ ; I BUFFALO tbe Ea.b Ii '

The bill may be passed, of pools and trusts & Ibis :.'\'e- Cumin the T\\'IU1 bill; und, to recognize; union labor, but 'leverage nwirly half. of ""J mraodltlc Ouiy t.no thoge of cr ;/

',course, notwithstanding the recommendations in this act shell pi" vent pr;,}UCll'f of. Whereas, We understood raid bill bat threaten to empty indiicrtmlnately non the past week yet tb> 1 }1s cent for t ORLEM8
pf the committee, but there is lit.tIe I articles of food or commerce from nd'u: ..'1t.r bren postponed until the' adjourned 1"1' union labor thereby flooding the labor ezcluaird! lnnodwcuof: advan almost Meridian, NEW ,

fear of such a reversal of the judgment i the same for increase of \ ;torided that uc- lion Cr 4b e said body etLfla nes 01| market: of CMK: wi 1 h tho uitlm.te do- were Slicer which the crop Jackson_ Vicluburir. ...,.Point* la .J
9 .f the committee." I persons shall! combine or confederate to knowing ,,11e wI l h of l ..and\\ : ,erd sign of''d.s t<>yinr tho trade unions ; Ro, r'lifa, of the AND, TIIE.
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from '
Mr. C. )I. Boulden, president of the raise or lower prices." to the ptI3': f tL rnmc"ve..d bill: I th-iefgrc, te it count y911j '. II,IIIIr all'I, 'f trade TEXAS f7irro: ,T. ,
-' Wbe" to be. Itt.'tolved 'lhal rotuwe_ wfur .. line afforded aa
Birmingham and Jones Valley Railroad ZERO. N Lorene' I we, at union men, 'bl 0'a l-ussenger vIA thin are
,Company, has sigued a contract with BELOW just and rt.J('b t'' therefore bo it prote Bitaln-t this trenchernu action of the season, easy money, any ct w excellent "Iew (.! Lookout Mountain and.
reliable parties to complete the road RC8Ulvlld. .mat i we endorse thc i the directors of the World's Columbian lion geueril'y' fir, though at r U lurroundlng historic Scenery.

ready for the rolling lock from Birmingham ,A Fearful Blizzard Raging In same, and reeomrsa dlhatitLeanion de d exposition, and'unJ, M immediate( action western ;point and in the grocery tilde .

to Avondale; work to begin at once The Northwest.A so as to uullfy the leA wing cluuic ortl1Q is taken by that body to re'lccm their at Philadelphia, ratbi ION! + s. :13. r'la. Agk M-.
,. and to be competed within ninety days. I I found in note given tot guano, etc.. to implied plt-uC4 given In regard to uolou The south bat tbe embarrassment. of a* 1L o. RAY. ,
dispatch from St Paul, :)Ilan., says; tole allowed further decline !In the. of but *,
'The rolling stock will be ordered so as to wilt "And no f1111IJ1ent" labor, wo will deem it our duty In price cotton, latat *NEY
oppose Dlr. .
At | 0.. rw Aji t
noon fall inths ,
Sunday snow began to red .
be on hand by that time, and the road on this note unlesi Tit fc tart, oaAlb" i in every way any further legislation receipts are huge and the general tra and there has been JfUtL-.
city of .
will be pushed! forward to completion blizzard, the afternoon.promise a note and sigi.ed by the num.*': either munirlul| Mule or national, In favor somewhat better at New Orl.ana, though, CliattilinoiM F, &' T. A.
throughout its entire lergth. An when during 'Jbq again : "\\ tI agree to hold ah cr"P of laid World' Coltinl| :an txpokillou receipts of mifiirro! light; trade i I. Improved ,
storm is general in the northwest. In vlt1' at Atlanta f.ir volume but D. o. EO\V AnD!, in,.. *. :--
BO completed will be one of the most South Dakota the storm that .o'lnf upon the lard ferMfceil; + ; sod wo hereby 7fconoicnd all ; a -- ,Y
profitable and popular roads entering Rapid (ity has extended wu ragingat the this fertilizer in trust for thu-said A. !>. worklngmru who Lave 'sulccrlUel, for julte cautl'.iu at bright, and dull at I'' CINCINNATI, ,,.
it through the over & Co. until this ii. but "with prospects: at
Birmingham, as pass's : Itate, Aberdeen, Huron Pierre and other notu fully pcti most fertile and thickly -pulated por- 2. That cony of tbise resolution bo '.ml'uls until juturantes are tUvannah.Tb THE TRAVELERS
points reporting a bl'zzard.! as'- iruptT ;
tion of Jones Valley. At meeting of A Pioneer Pren correspondent very severe of Pierre sent to the author of toe said b'll! and given !'Y the directors that the said 1m- resumption of work by IflfiJO Alabama ,

the council of the town of Avoudale Mr. ails the wont blizzard since 1888 hasbeen that they be published. |plLd pfcuJCt wilt bo kept t ; end bo it iron furnaces fn.'re *ts the eXt't4 at Jacksonville, Florida, ,.
Boulden was granted. an extension of raging there since Saturday 8. 1'I"tu ask < thercttlZI'DS throughout lurtherIUw production l.uyera; linlUte: to Uikenlkt i

time to the nth of May in which to com- with light of ceasing.night The the State to rive their opinion Ia > red, Thai utilcs satlsfaelory assur.mci the price fixed by the combination. -
his. road in with the prospect regard to said matter. The real trade U till congested, theJeaisryoutpill
plete the duet-tor
thermometer was at 20 degrees below era girt u by that The Traveler, corner .Bay sad Cedar I
above contract. I zero Sunday morning. A Huron correspondent their indicated action wi'I!' tJo changed burying been 2,533,000( streets, Jikw.iTill, Fla.. 'Anew brick
r F.r tli. Third !!... of the Pioneer Frttt says the The Industrial WvrU (Spokane Falls, I we shall; deem it our duly to ask the cooperation tons, A quarter wore than last year, and hotel, nearest ti all railroad stations aad ,
'Fifty-two acre of Choctaw point have sn..w storm which set iu there about Wash.) Myt: "There h,s never been a of every body( organized lunge r"lIlre stopping.' ttamboathviding*. podsU1 adapted
for the third time in the diosrntinjr State Alliance on the atib- labor Ibo to MsLt Wheat tiusiKlvunced 11 cent sad cornan.l '
been condemned midnight I"aturdau still in pn'gre sat throughout country usin tt) trnnie..t l hualll""" *. Elegantly:: 'furnUhed -
probate court say the Molie I1egi.ter.'This C o'clock Sunday night and baa developed treasury bill and out of a total vo'e ol' ciuking; our protest elDptu.tfc.Tbe : oars nearly' a ont ou moderate 111"1} rooms, single' or to sult. Table!
property was list condemid by the into a gigantic blizzard thirty six States at thelnst national mutt- resolution was carried without*op.. lard) and bog being also! 10 cents per 100 M *(1)0'| a* the bo &. Ibis botel wu built

.Anglo-Southern Coo tluctiou company, almost equal in fury to that of if g only four vote were cost auuinut it. potiti. n. The men will go before tbe pounds strutter, an t oil 2} cents, but furnished aced operated a* a J.OO; a day,
ihe jury naming: $5,500 as the price to be January, 1888. It raged all day, the : Wet think t,'at the sub-tresaury will not world' fair direntory: with the above resolution cotton i i. a sixteenth lower. house| r.tn.nt now reduced to .OO. f
paid for It. The Anglo-Southern company wind blowing some thirty-five to forty : only smash the democratic party tut, the and ask furllvr that eijtht hour Exports| tnnn New York are now fall. day, while the service Is 1 better lima e

I' failed to make the payment and a miles an hour, driving the snow iu blind- republican also. Thesu old parties arc be made a day's in the constitution of the log below lust year's, especially ia bread- Jirtakfut from e to Ih: lunch_, from, .11 ever.n"

few weeks ago the property was conatmnea ins; clouds. :More than a foot of snow backed by tbe money ling of Wall wotkl' fair uilding l Muffi.Money. to 8SO: ; dinner from 8:80 to'7:80: Tlillap.
.. by the Mobile, aol Kansas City has fallen in Mohawk ; snow street and they will use this. party ._- on call ha dropped off from 2) f l b. the only hotel In Jacksonville

; Railroad company for use as its terminal is very we', and trees and shrubbery have maihlnery to Ignore and km thisL.1IU GIFTS FROM STANLEY. to3ptrcent, aad foreign exchange' remains regular tnial at these hunts. All 1e"lu.c"othera' }

Its value to the opinion of the been breaking down under its weight The party politician flaked to steady at |4 87.F.i1ur..a pro at least one hour I..ter: VM the I
D jury, had in the mean time advanced to Serious //esult of the storm are also& repotted the Ocala meeting to defeat this bill, The Great Explorer Will Give For thAI for too week week number of last 201. Travelers' omnibus, the ticket **ve'M: :
'8000. Investigation proved that proper' at 'Auburn, and Albany, New but failed. ThtlIO SlIme men have $500,000 to London's Poor. 803. corresponding yew ceuU neb W'1.BURTON.
notice of this condemnation had not been York. At tbe lattercity, the telephone Socked to the different State Alliances
4 ,.given and the proceeding would not hold. service is suspended. The streets! are in for the same purpose, but have every. Major fund, Henry Mauley' manager, ----- K, DARR8 .
m announced at Cleveland HARRISON COMING ,
where failed. The fl bt Is Monday ,
Ji Ihis discovery necewti ated a new action, darkness because it would.be dangerous ; on. All of decided 10 '
that Stanley the lub.lJ.ud give -
the Mobile to turn on a current the daily paper are, witlout
decided that willed
=>& and the jury among A
r? he had received from the
united In wIts crowned The President and His Cabinetto !
r' ,.Jackson and Kan-as City Railroad company and broken wire; e'ectric cars have stopped exception, dwc.url"rio" the
should !13.0W for it. for a like rtasoa. The fire alarm discussion and consideration of this bilL: beads of Europe and other admirer to Visit Us. OUR NEW IMPROVED
pay General Uuoth, of tbe tfalvition SINGER
1 he Army
OU !. LaWl'.e. circuits are down end many telegraphwires poliiicinns are everywhere lighting; A Washington dispatch' of Thursday Hian AIM, rate syvtroNLYese.00Z :
the of
ea 1/r' for 'U64I helping the lu Lon M
it there i poor
rear in
as deadly their
awaiting confirmation of are useless. The damage to IbetelephoDe a mind. ayes The president and most of hu <9 yp-aa !V
Everybody These
don. gifts are rallied at ?
of oil in Lawrence county and company U estimated at $10,. that it will force itself to Ibo front and nearly I cabinet will visit the Facile coast soon 'I 41
;;;-r the reports swish them and their Jea. $500,000. They cou,lit of pearls of rare tJ &
r'.,-J; !. matching with interest the operations 000. men and mechanic also par, should ALIauce value, gold cup and kindred article. Anumtr slur the adjournment of ccngrea, and j t
and speculators. The force have arranged a trip so a* to include a Ii
*f the explorers of them wa received from Queen i'T
:j Motlton Adteriuer continues to believe A SLICK BANKER; this bill to the front, stud never lose, Victoria tour tit the southern state *. No detail !
o. \ ia it and says; "The oil news is still I an opportunity: to j.ut in a Rood ward foi have yet been arra-'gfd but it is p'ob' HI .TMT :
been it and the bind loan bill. It will be to bit tM the -ill tart from [
l t Bcouragin, and every doubt baa After Fleecing His DepositorsHe AN EXTENSIVE STRIKE. party '
Ihe like who II i
people a man i
removed. For the past three weeks it Out.A pulled out I In tsn ia the early part of April. r eo
Skips U
of a mud pond and dressed in
new suit
has been the all absorbing topic of coal All the Mines in the Connellsville Waah"j' z
from Paris France of clothe They are the THE "SURHENDEH
tko .f this pal cablegram aays; beginnfoz 01 a O
:->: # versation among people Closed.A -WJ&.L-nL4.
A private bunker, named Victor Mace series of much needed reform" Region GOriPPIlA'aITCURED
.i: in, and DOOM ever grow weary in tell- has disapptared, leaving debts aegrcgiit- PitUburg, Pa, dUrxUcb A Purchased us a museum for r..o :. 1
F fag or listening to others tell about! this yv 1 :..... .
20,00",000 francs. He attracted depotiu IFLxalitu strike in the C-onnvlUville coke F
marvelous industry. New companies are lag A scathe. great region War Relies. .A.....T__..& lafTI.t ;:i
be1 organized everywhere to drill for by p*yin$ high rate of iiitmstand The Alliance of Hurt enuu'tr. Oa., 1* wu inaugurated Monday morning, A Washing dispatch of Tueld.yU1S I UHUU, (:o r oa..a4"'p&aq.wa-F.V"a.
wide IidYert1.wg. It is said that ho anal mine pail coke: work ia tbe IIAU.QU
en. One will begin boring somewhere not troubling Itself about local or national every : Captain JL E. Dunlip bas purchased. -- co... 60 r...... rv.PdtsIr
:fo lath* Lsndenvil and ilouot Hope had over 20.000 depositors Tb bubb"bllhted politus but ha gone to work in region are closed down. Miner* to the Jor a company formed at Niagara ---- --- -
_hcn U required tbe of about 10.000 Involved' in A XMAS
Saturday umber are
and machioUT earnest and in a twine }Fall HEALTH GIFT
territory as early as men w.J to bee,lIt the old nansiua at ,
bet efforts of the police to ave the eatoUistanient the strike which i for advance 10 Af'OlDaltox."DO.II. (
'- Its *a Cl/x.rCI..r/:
round.PeaBsylvania '
be the membTship.Litt cea/fy Complete
can gotten oa { year evwy: ub- 'turr'nder house, .e)
f capital is inter- from being wrecked by the Alliance in the county borrowed money wages of 12} cent per too and against Le' surrender to Grant was cobdudtd.: Ira a..e.e Ar t. C; rtaoow q"

sated la the enterprise, and will push the announced angry depositors that Utter On had Tuesday been received it was raxxuh to rte Its memU r yp for cash: bung 10 ir cent reduction. It is propoMd to jouke i| a uoseua tot a .f.I'a".A..kt......t'_......
a v.rH7
with a vim. We h-ara that the enlimatv oo an ecoaomicil adminuatloo tit: Ir. .
development: war re :n tsar .HaaII .a
four engine tin be pat to work immediately at ihecsUbbshmeot from face in vhkh of each nun'f.lDi111''v _ltt:. There are only six large cUIu Ia CIa C.__... .1iu.yte.ret ClIett 1.Ire" .s'i.
be hints at suicide. Nobody credit ttaihontver. lbs local water ['slab P.,,w.a... .. ... .
ia the Terry sentkinrnt. We Tbe IDODt1." obtained Ia Ibe follows country that do not oa-n Th. Empress Germany ha 1hfUt&\ tree. 1- town V.-l i .._

DM* aa oil teas U.Moulto who informed luggeatL. manners Five ur *;x of the Ut prep IJa work sates. u null a* her bubaaiL y .& ..............$- r. 1'1I.-.1... -.


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: EAST v-COAST ADYOCATE. 4- THE velocity of the wind, last popularity,they posses*.,at present a handsome margin. The first ;
.;.- Saturday night, was almost sufficient M tourist resort season in the history 6f the new THE WILK1NSONCOTTAGE S.

.roVbAf.1n'OnD' n. nzni.O9aa11TOPRR4ADUARIVEAND to constitute a gale; but With the'Indian River H is dtf line Is approaching Itl'close, andit ,
wimy coming at t it did from the Gulf ferent. Our charms are" mainly has,aecompll bed all It hoped to

UJUI1POSTII SEOTIOXS. Stream it:had nothing of the blizzard those which nature has: so kindly do-and/more. It has been a success ROCK LEDGE INDIAN RIVER FLA.
.- bestowed. Our attractions financially, and fully met the ,
about it, and not even a suggestion are not ,1
Washington Avenue, TItnsvllle, of ice. Where but in the result of the lavish expenditure expectations of, and given satisfaction 1
Get the These Cottages are Newly Built, Nicely Furnished, and within ten minutes' roof
Indian River, Florida Florida could such a severe wind of wealth in the erection of hotelsso people. walk

prevail, at this season of the year, magnificent and architecturally The inquiry has frequently been Telegraph and Postoffice and leading hotels 4" 3.F
for twenty-four hours, without beautiful as to attract the curious made recently, as to whether another I 1
sightseer. Our beautiful river and boat would be put on next .
PUBLISHED'ZVKBY :FBIDAT. producing discomfort, if not suffering -
Hare the steamer land at wharf only three minutes'
Gingras walk
you from 1
? the balmy breezes that move its season. As to that we are not informed the H Ore
-' bosom in glittering ripples 'are the but we believe, if its officials Cottages. <

: Xotered at the TitnMtlte Matterfeoe as SecondTEBMB THE attempt of "Hezekiah" and main 'attraction, aided by the should announce their intentions .

.. CIaN.aU "Citizen" to hold' a certain firm of many other unrivalled charms of to do so they would be believed Rates : Per Bay,-$2.50; per Week, $U,50 ; per-Month, $45. I tea''

attorneys up to ridicule, by the this particular section. The yachts ; and'tbe sneers of those .

Janfl6bI In Advance publication of scurrilous articles man, the fisherman and the sportsman prophets, who have been so quietly

Jcr Cbeck Pastl or! or One and Two Cent in the Star, mayrmeet the approvalof find on the Indian River and branded as false'In the past, would 5dec-3mo H. H. WILKINSON. Prop. "

FoItace'fltamptl., a small peroentage of our citizens adjacent territory, all their eager find tar'le88 approval than when

.... ......,......... with much 1
.One Te r. .UICI -but tow about the Indirect anticipations fully realized once they were uttered so JAMES PBTTCHABD, President; W. B. BABXXTT, Vice-President
Jfct Heaths;.....>.<0 way in which they reflect upon the they come and see for themselves; confidence before the coming of W. M. BnoWN, Cashier. ; 1 llhi
Vnre Month copy..,.......................'.....".. .. MRagle 8o Judgment and the'manhood of the and the'result is, that,.having once the first boat a few months ago.
Cent to any Address In U.8.or Canada,Prepaid present undl and its predecessors spent a season with us, they come The new line has earned by its INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
,-for whatever may have been again, and, bring their friends to record thus far, the confidence of

i that body either in reference to of.this wonderfully beau. be far less difficult for it to' carry (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
& .C. H.WAXTOX.We -
Associate-Editor Manager the citizens' dock or the city park, tiful and captivating region.: The out'its promises than "in the days Authorized capital, $100,000 Ea

was done in ;pursuance of agreements attractions of Indian River having when we were hard up," for nothing Paid up capital $25,000 <

do not hold oa inc responsible for the and promises made years become known, and convenient succeeds like an acknowledged poIg
.SM pinions right of to our reject correepondents any communication.Communications but we. claim ago, when John M. Dixon D. L. comfortable means of access having success. Average deposits, $100,000

for publication mnst be written Gaulden and S. H. Ray were serving been provided it is no wonder the 'We frequently regret the necessity an

plainly on one side of the paper only,and the town as aldermen. Taking public who are ever ready to appreciate of giving: so much of our space Transacts a General Banking ID

writer1 koold. In name every and cane address, be accompanied, not necessarily by the for ,this view of the subject, the merit, are beginning to transportation topics, and if we
publication, hot at a guarantee good faith. publication of the article referredto visit us in throngs.' It'is' not stir* could avoid the subject without Business. an

can hardly be considered as permissible prising that the Indian River being a conscious of a dereliction of PttL

ADVERTISING BATES' or in good taste. should be considered as a point duty, would do so. But the publication Largest and Oldest Bank on the Hirer

not,i to I .be neglected. by tourists! of the articles which appeared iii fr..
Pea YLU\ who want to the best the of DIRECTORS
THE ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. see sights' over signature "He
One Inch.......................vio.00 worth seeing when visiting Flor- zekiah" in the Star, forces the of JAAPRrttmAAD.W.n.the National Bank of DARxarr(11.ident Jacksonville). J.H :I ']
Two Inch,...........,.....,.....18.00 UUBKEB: (VIce-PreMdent National Bank of OlJacksonville
Three Inch,...................... 20.00 The Electric Light Company has Ida.When subject upon us, and the true facts ), 'W. 8. GRAHAM. and W. M. 1.
........ some Flagler or Plant undertakes must be kept before the people.For BHOWM.
Four Inch:......>.,..... S5*> erected its and it is .
J'IT.lnch.or Quarter Cot,...._20.00 aL poles, expectedthat to. improve our_ natural while our position is some- Seaboard National CORRESPONDENTS.Bank of New York .y ttat
Half Column.....................10.00 in a few days they will begin attractions by spending, at Rock- what delicate, on account of our a National Bank of Jacksonville. 20 and
Whole Column.....,............MO.OO the manufacture and distributionof ledge Eden Lake Worth TITUSVILLE '
or one connection with the new line, we ,
>w Blx Months,divide the yearly rate by two light. The poles give TUusville half the amount the former has cannot forget that the subject is >
...a add 10 per cent.. the of a city; and thereis
appearance ;
lavished e<
upon St., Augustine, then not. .a 'personal one, but of vital
'Tot Three Months, divide the yearly rate by no doubt that the lights will bea will arise' '
a picture of
beauty BO importance to shipper and
four and add SO per cent. far greater benefit to the town marvelous every THE TOPICAL TRUNK LINE.
magnetic and that po grower on the river, and we hope !
Local Advertisements, Ton Cents Her LineBOB than to individual homes. Our: attraction in:the a ei
Insertion. : existing. State at before another season opens, will _
dark .streets have done
more to present could compare.vlth its be of Interest o
all the
In "Local News1 I equal along
Paid Beading
.eoIu mns,Five Cents Per Line Each Insertion.Legal than create any a bad one impression thing we can on ,call visitors to fascinations for the tourist. line to Jupiter.The THE JACKSONVILLE, TAMPA AND KEY WEST SYSTEM. V

: Advertisements at Legal Bates. mind.It Late Mr. J. P. Blake. Schedule In Effect JANUARY 19, 1891.! Central Standard Time. t'ooIAo :

.All the above. rates are for one edition per is extremely pleasant to reflect UNDISPUTED FACTS. .'STEAMBOAT ., ,g
-It. I that this commendable" enterprise .OCTH BUD DOwf. STATIONS. GOING tORm .&AJl11P. 'I"

j..Bills collected monthly. 's a strictly home affair; that our COMPETITION.. I The following resolution was unanimously t t t. t 1J

Ckeek:,etc.,may be made payable to "Graham own citizens-not the outside capitalist adopted by the tugvillo Town 430 atO pm" 2110 t20pm.. 818 9110 am" Ar..8t.Lv..JACEAORVttLE.AT.AuJt1lsUne..LT SIlO 420 pm" 1220 101lO.m pm SlO 1120,am" 0')
Walton."' have furnished the Quite an, effort has been made 430 207 pm ......H..Palatk.......:!. 10411 am
requisite Council at Its meeting on Monday: dOlI" "..,....Ormond....,.. 788 am v
Or'* Merchants and all others to whom we are amount of 'money and recently in certain quarters to be- "Whereas our Town Clerk and Treasurer 828: '.......Dayton.......' ,1/1/ Jt

.Badcbted will oblige a*for by presenting settlement their bills brains to place it upon its feet. little the efforts of certain progressive has',been ren.oved by the Divine ,0&11 pm 1230 s pm 830 t am LT..JA.luolrvJLL..Ar. 830.m 1240 t pm T20 t. j 'I
tDIi 4lf month prompt pm
every ) And now that the plant is in position individuals who have been will and whereas the deceased 1110 121 1128 Ar..Gr.oveRprg..LT. att 1139am 820 ;" t f
; waa a .
I 10to 209 JO:15: "......HPalatk........: 4:15: 100&11 11:15: f
and the Company' ready for 'prone to urge and advocate any faithful' servant of the people and always 12:15: am 314 I145 .. ".. .....eyllle........." 8011 IIJ8 tOIl"
thing calculated to the 435 113 JIm ".. DeLand. .. 100 214 s
business out should be promote
Address communications to people as performed his official duties In an 203 409 1O'J "....OranjteClt7JC..." It' 832 II" "
liberal as possible in their encouragement progress of ,Titusville 'and this efficient manner therefore be It resolved 11M 4to 1110 "...... Sanford........" 11/1/ TM 1100 1
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, ; Ita 139 "......Enterprie..4..." 11110pm T6I": 210 "
and support ; and the section. A progressive spirit is by the Town of Titusville 1100 810 "....T1TUS, lJJe...." 1000 a30 1240. ,1 1teso
TITUSVUX*:, FLOBIDA.r bound to awaken and .. ".......Tarare.......:a 1130 "
Town Council should lend their Jealousy .
>. .Box,222. ,"That In the death of J. P. Blake the 552 805 'a aa.......Orlando.....,.N 1150 pm 945 1207 pm A
approval to this most worthy enterprise though its motives be as pure as town has lost a useful citizen and faith- s22 838 "......KI..lmmee ....w 11 011 800 1115 .m .
N "...., .. .
820 1120 Bartow.. ....:' .110 8to "
and strain a point to take snow, it will not escape calumny.A ful servant, and that our sympathy for 1M a' .20 a' N........Tampa........" 103 a 800 (
'TJ A. M.. the -man who is pushing and 'energetic tt lIO.m s::15 ".... Fort Meade......" tt 118 "
light town m
can possibly ,
X. every his family be expressed by the entering floo m1000 a' a .....I"IInti Gord....." U30 "
'IndIan River Lodge, No": 00, Free and afford, even at the risk'of plunging"Citizen" cannot move around, in a of this preamble and resolution upon the t t .
small without1 UT 1040 am LY'.......Palatk.... 615
pm .I.Ar.
and "Hezekiah" into community poking pm 103 .m ,
,, hold their an- ,
Accepted Masons, meetingson minutes of the Town Council In full; 11M 1120 Ar..JnterJacben..L. 430 11M 4
a the FRIDAY on or before Full Moon other hysterical paroxysm. his elbows into somebody' ribs, or and that a Copy of the same be presented 830 11118 ".....Jlawthorn0....." 8114 918 1
a:7:30p. m., In Masonic nail, in the Indian their bunions and =: : : ...Rechelle.'I I 913 I
treading on gP
as by the Town Clerk attested by the ::::Oalne.vnle. :::::w :: : 856 : 4 l
River State Bank building, Titus- a consequence will create enemies; 459 IO'J ".....OranJtt! Lake...." II tit 746 "
vBte. THE GREAT TOURIST ROUTES. seal of the town, to Mrs. Blake, his 11M 203 "......... 1M'" 743U i
Visiting brethren are cordially Invited who, while they share in the benefits widow; and' that copies be handed the T N 3118 N N30 .. Leeeburjt........ 1200 N TOO" ,..
'8110 560 '......Pembertou......" "
of his labors will him 1010 am 1130
to attend. repay Star and ADVOCATE: for publication." '940 .28 "..... Brooknllle ....." sp "
WALTER S. GBAHAM, W. 1(. Florida, for the tourists to-day, by misinterpreting his intentions aM "......,.Euetle..a 10411 ; t
1128 "........Tav.re......." 1030 "
JOSEPH MENDELL, Secrety. is very different from the Florida and traducing his character. This Pictures, 4 for BOcU. at Woodward' .Dan,.. Sunday.. ,
________n of.five years ago. Time was when I. true the world over, and applies tent, Titusrille. Picture, of a whole ka at 6 25 p tDally m are except daily between Jsckionvllle Sunday; and Palatka.Train leaving Jacksonville*JO a m aDd Pslst' i

Jacksonville was the objective to one community just as :well as family for COcts. Also fine collection of: CONNECTIONS Jacksonville with diverging lines north east I and west. At Orange City
GENERAL SniBMAN is dead, and point for this class, and there were to another. Florida views for sale. '2tf. JUIlCtioD Worth. for Orange City,New Bmyrna and Lake Helen. At Jupiter with J.*L.W. Ry for Lake d
At Sanford with
we ate reminded once more how few hotels outside of that city After a desperate,effort, success and with South Florida R'y.P-.B'VTforO'ktall'1'TrPonBprlnfsClearwaterandGulf for Winter Park, Maltland,eto. At( Tampa with Plant Steamship Coast points Line
rapidly the central figures of the for Key Welt, Havana.nd'Motile,and for Manatee river
which could be considered as first ful competition has been estab- i points. At Punta Gorda with steamers
The late Robert .McCuIlongh for Key West, Havaaa,PaDti Rassa James City and Fort Myers.PULLMAN .
.late unpleasantness' are responding, class. What ,a vast change has lished on Indian River Successful PALACE BUFFET 8LEE'INO CARS ou through fast mall train daily between d''
one by one,' to the last roll call; New York aDd Tampa without change
occurred during the past few years.It we say for, thanks to the good oraddreu
IDtonoaUou eta
: Agent, Titusville.
and that the age of military heroes is true that Jacksonville is still sense and fairness "ninety: per li was with profound sorrow that the n. ITAN; jj ACKERLT. ),

fa almost a thing,of the past. the metropolis of they State, and cent of our people, the profits of Fanners"Alliance,of LaGrange received .GeD'1 laaagef. O.Gen Pass.Agent. ,

s the tourist stops for a few hours, the new line are satisfactory. the sad news of the death by drowningof :i
TBS "Cameron Club, a colored or & day or two, at her excellent yond the fondest dreams'and anticipations one of our brightest young members RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY.

political organization of Pitts- hostelries before entering upon his of its promoters; and in the person pf our brother Robert H.McCnllongh. .of.

burgh has changed its name be- round of enjoyment in earnest; aside from the question of :dollari Wbru ,..

cause of the position the erstwhile but it is only for a brief period, to and cents,it has merited t the jp+ ',:Robert was born in Georgia'Oct. 7th, 1 .

Idol of the club took In regard to take as it were a moment' to make predation and commendation! of CV and was drowned In Indian River 't

tfia force bill. We presume the up his itinerary. We do not say its patrons, which we are confidentare January.18th, 1891, meeting death In the I ,,
,Senator will be able to survive, this from any desire to belittle not valued lightly: This result very morning of his young manhood,

even though all the Lime Kiln Jacksonville, or to do that city an has not been obtained by accident. when hope waa most buoyant, and expectations

elubs and mothers of piccaninieg Injustice; but the fact must have On the contrary the struggle has filled his young. heart with
lathe country should boycott the forced itself who been waged with extreme persist the roseate hues of life.
anyone Steamers
upon leave
TTTXISVILLE!: dally except Sunday 6.00 at:Melbourne
: a. m., arriving
use of his name. reads the newspapers of the State ency and the utmost caution!! Starting t while young, to carve his 12.-00 noon. Returning, leave Melbourne l.-OO p. m., arriving Titusville 7:00 p. m.
and watches the tide of travel and the face of obstacles which were own ways\ he had by hi. Industrious Leave Titusville at 330 p. m., dally except Sunday, arriving Jupiter 9:00 a. m.,
Tax letter of Cleveland giving notes the arrangement of the well nigh insurmountable. The habits and upright life: succeeded In next morning. Returning leave Jupiter 1200 noon. Arrives at Titusville 1030
Ills views on the Silver question, schedules of the various railroads. monopoly whose position was con gaining the respect and esteem all a. m., next morning, connecting with all points north and east, -

Has aroused the ire of the advo. There are three great points sidered almost impregnable av fjew who knew him. He was always gentle, W. B. WATSON Superintendent.

eaten of unlimited coinage and which claim the attention of tourists months ago, has received evidence manly and kind In his deportment.

they claim that his prospects for to-day. We refer' to St. Augustine that its skillfully-constructed bul- Everyone pronounced Bobble ,a good ; EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.

the next Presidential nominationare the Indian liver and warks ineffective, and that the boy; and his death of which we had no

blighted; but the man who has Tampa. And the greatest of people, when in.earnest,. are inv'in- warning, came upon us as a shock, and
the stamina and honesty to express these is Indian ,River. It is true cible. has awakened the keenest sensations of !

him principles frankly and standBy that St. Augustine by its proximity The E. C. T. Co., at its birth sadness and regret Verily In the r

them will lose none of his to Jacksonville is visited by was the subject of contempt and midst of life we are in death. ",

popularity with the people from numerous prominent people whose I ridicule. It was predicted than, it And while to sad hearts his death .,: f'

such a course. Cleveland's candor time is so limited that it is Impossible I would never own a boat; and when seems unUme'y, yet we would bow In :" .....

sad frankness in expressing himself for them to visit the Indian the Sweeney arrived in Jacksonville I humble subIJ' plon'to Almighty God, ,

on important questions are River. But it is becoming established I I wagers were made that it I whose Lnflu'to wisdom makes no mIa- AJRBTVAI. AJTO DKFABTCBK OF THE 8TKAMEB 8WKKXXT.

among the qualities most admiredBy as axiom that whoever !would never come to Indian River mistakes. k Go iso SOUTH-The Sweeney leaves TrrusvuxK about 1:30 p. m.
the masses. 'spends a fortnight in Florida and and on beginning its run, the To parents and relatives bereft of their GOING NOBTH-Leaves TItusville about 11 a. m. ..

; does not spend a few days on Indian friends and partisans of the mono- dear one, 'we extend our heartfelt sympathy : The steamer J. W. Sweeney will leave NEW SMYRNA every Monday,Wednesday
Ft.'W people can read the ac. River has made a mistake poly predicted that a few weeks and pray that He who has Bobble and 5 Friday at 7 a. m., atop at all intermediate points, and arrive at BOCKLEDOB
counts that come from Germany of that will awaken surprise among would end its career. If a single still In Ills care, may comfort and sustain Returning p. m. leave ROCXLEDOB .
friends. The promise made by the E. C. T. Co. them in their deep bereavement. every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 a. m.
thepersistent efforts of the ex. his more fortunate and arrive at New femyrn at 5 p. m.
Chancellor to retain the prominent concrete palaces, erected by Flag to the people has not been fulfilledwe F A. CHAPPEI.L, CONnCTIOY8 ., ..."WI''fill
place he. held In'the hearts of the ler, attract thousands of visitors to have never heard of the omis R. J. TUOBXTOX, With A. A W. R. R. at New Smyrna for aU points north via Clydes St. Johns '' t" ,
Committee.Farmers' River Line and Clyde1 Steamship Line. .
lion Its have never
'touch of the ancient city for a trip promoters
people feeling a The merchants and shippers of Indian River who wish
to patronize this line
LaGrange Fla.
pity for the poor old man. How Florida is not considered complete made a single statement they did Alliance will please advise their consignors to mark their goods Via Clyde LIne, care of
"sharper than a serpent's tooth, without the Ponce de Leon and the not feel able to carry out to the A.& W. R f. and E. C. T. Co. or Via Clyde Line care of E. C.T. Co., Blue Springs.

deI must be for Bismark to old fort were inspected. And now letter-though there were times Notice. Coacer R. P. PADDISON, O. F. PADDISON, .

bear the insolence and indignities that the great hotel of M{. Plant, when the obstacles and surprises To All 13 HEREBY Whom tt May GIVEN that. applies General Manager. GenL Frt..t Pass. Agt.

they young Emperor delights in Tampa, is complete, a visit to that obstructed their course seem. NOTICE will be nudt to the legislature of
inflicting upon him.. The day may that point and run over to Cuba, ed almost impossible to'surmount, the 8t U of Florida at Ita next session, to pu If You Wish to Keep Well Posted on the
not be far distant when the arro. will attract a large portion of and the odds seemed to be heavy a local of.spec..Wet Eau: GalUe.lenlitt. fa the the Incorporation county of _- F
ruler travel in that direction. Withoutthe against them. But that is all past. Brevud. and to declare the incorporation of Various Topics of Interest the ,1 1
gant will be glad to implorethe tae Oallie; valid and of full faros and effect,and '' ''
advice of him who might almostbe lavish expenditure of the The business of January Februaryand to define the boundaries of said Town of Eaa '
St. March will that Mellie' and to change the present boundaries so East Coast Subscribe for f.? '
called, without exaggeration, money of Flagler and Plant, at yield a profit that the corporate limJw will contain sections ,
the creator of the German Empireas Augustine and Tampa, those points will counterbalance the losses of 5en6tl4., 1&, 16, IT. M.. 21 and<< ZI of Township n this "' '
i| now exists. would} never have aequired the November and December, and leave JLaace 9ofebspi2l .r.".".. Paper. ,. :: ."



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THE. BAST COAST ADVOCATE'tBIDAY* FED. 80, ifttl.fflLS .. 'S e rj:

; S c POULTRY FAftI, :' '.ti.;'*', <,;; v : : : ... { /F: .ANX T. ::E3-crDGE:: '.;, :)t ): : i.: ,, : .. 'I; ': 'i :":

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Glass Sash .
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5 tessd Poultry'of Ewry Description. '-.C HARDWARE !

,1 Paints Oils W- Doors & 1J11U1lse: :

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;: EGGS, FANCY STOCK. .. f ,:

HOTEL TRADE A SPECIALTY. Crockery: TillAVtVrO, "Wood & -asoljne' Cool*: toves. Orders filled same day received. Prices guaranteed. \ -, Y

) [Order by wire filled same day received. F. T. BUDGE, Titusville, l ln. w '

Write for particular and prices. '\,' ." ; 4

r an3mo.P.8.. JOHNSTON, Manager.Correspondence. :Some ,Indian River Farmers. postgraduate institution, be learnt to H. R. OLMSTEAD ', ''i

sow wlld oats. But since be&me down ":: i
F here(Ihe has most 9 he knew
ti And now while the Hermit is vainly forgotten The Pioneer Dealer In INDIAN RIVER LUMBER f ,
about that branch of agriculture. He "
endeavoring dissolve a spoonful of GENERAL MERCHANDISE ,
aim got a Insight Into the livestock ].,
do hold ourtthet blancmange (Dell brand) in his coffee, t. "" '. t r
We not retpomble for business( by seeing ails, father's '
and while the rats !that have fat COMPANY .. .: \'
grown vrCapItal ;
ht opinion of our corretptndttUt. coachman feed the horses. Eau Gallie. \ ( I
1 and insolent two kinds of welt ad- ;\ ,
upon Mr. Stark of Valkarla thinks' that be ,
ffiSC.OOO. ,
:vertized poison 'are playing hide-and- 'ought to know more' about Irrigation I' keep, Im Stock a Choice .variety of i:1: :: t' '
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A Few Words. from Ankona. seek under Us house he is thinking and .;
., 'than any other old farmer because he GROCERIES, HARDWARE, 'TITUSVILLE FLA. ,- It :
himself. .Is r
to His
talking soliloquy
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; was a member of the Chicago fire brigade CROCKERY,TOILET ARTICLES, ETC ,1"t:
ANK0NA, Feb. 10th. something after this manner: : 'for When Mr. John. "j t' '" I ,
a good many'ftn. -
And trill Soil u Low its the Lowest. COMPLETE STOCK OF "* L 'I
Someone on the Hll1 boro' has writtento > i -\ .
East Coon t Advocate: Bench, of Melbourne, was going to high ,
the AftVOCVkTR\ : asking. how to Ictu Call and examine my Stock. 18, House Boat and Skid Lumber \',,
S Conspicuously: posted in The school, he had to pass .an agricultural fj\\ Ik
and aI farmer. of '
at this place grass, am a store where they lcept postoffioe is this netisigned'by have referredthe Brick Lime Cement Fire-Brick Pfy '
five years' experience, they .
J E. ENDER & CO. :
someone high In authority, bee-hive to a steam thrashing machine; ; >0' '.: .
matter to me Now like the majority '
and bearing the itany of approval ei the so he got to be quite farmer before he Mouldings Lath and I Shingles ', -1 j ,1!
of people wh write l to' the ppen.orInlonnatioDtlils 'W:AtohT1CL13:.or1B1 .I: '
Indian Steamboat Co.: was through tlr.'Course. ':. ,
I inquirer goes Into :the Yes,'candor prompts me to admit that i ANDJlDUFACTURIIG Brackets Pickets Turned Work "'
"On account of water on the \Indian minutest''details about matters" that 'zr JEWELERS 'j''
there are a few therveteran farmers on ,
River hare
discontinued stop not at Jl'Coiwv cted with the question, i Tituevil :Houses: Fxmxxxoca. to Ordox v :. 'II,, t
the Indian River besides'myself. Fla.
at Mlcco and Ankona. Until fur e,
ping ,
and Ile&nlln what OOIlI10 South R. HANSON ;* 1:
we Manager. r ; ;ffcj
ther advised, do not receive or forward born and of MOSELKT.Vantcd .,, _. -_ ': r ;
Carolina he'vras the name '
for these Repairing of Fine and Complicated ; "
freight points. his first wife1 youngest sister; but he, \ 'I Watches; setting of Diamonds and other Professional Cards. J. M. Sanders Co "
The question that naturally follows, .
fall to vistether the he wishes d'reclous Stones. :
say- grass .
"How long, oh!,Lord; how, long:?" And to kill ta<4n the lawn or In'the ;gravel Information in regard to the Kitt, ft:! Alllfrator and Hog Tusks Carved< and T\ L QAULDKN, Dealers In i I
pecte3'of Hawk-or Falcon, which inhabits Mounted for hrooolxw etc.
out of'bear future hear cane-hoada" '

the,rustle of a wing," Mid enr.nswercomes walk.possible:Now way If it is known in the to'walk science'Ut".lsno of paid for this some State.of-the.14. good eggs price of this will Mnl.lnii; In Shell 8.31.Jewelry Ray's made.new building, opposite' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS .. ,', "

In the faint toot of a oon peting killing; it eo that It will ta.y doad;'.but if .;' corner from roxtofRco., mUBVILLE, FLA. CROCKERY ,
,tine of steamer To be sure,' the water it U in 'the lawn let the eUdren Write for particulars to W. B. Porter; Prompt attention to all orders by mall "

at this point .U low meat; the (freight- play miafew! days, just aaa 'It will'all be101M 224, South Oakleyave.Chicago, li a. 42 or otherwise. afnov J AS. T. SANDERS, SADDLERY'STATIONERY, 't

house; but the agent h EM never-ttfpress- !. I : ', ,. ,

,ed unwillingness to meet the steamJersftt ATTOUNEY-AT-L.VW, FAMILY MEDICINES, ,, + .
any any reasonable distance m the Two).an' ago some. Ismbor was piledon C. J. HECTOR, HODGES & GODFREY Judicial Will practice Circuit In of all Florida.the(Court oT the Seventh GARDEN SEEDS" ', :,' 1
that -stretches from
bar and receive all ligl it frelg&U' passengers thepretty green Deafer in General Ianufaet vf p,O. JIoK,Etc. TrnwiUJc, FLA. I CHOICE GKOCEItlES, ,:"/ ,
the ketch of rers .
down to
shelly '
my ( Money tn Loan. 1G'101I08 HAY, CORN, MAPES' FERTILIZERS, ,- J I
and mail, either during ike nightor and left few weeks.It MerohLL1adlsoIihilbeurne: :
the there
lagoon, a .
day, and la all kinds Qf winds and killed the grass, of course, arid 3t has Fla. Yellow ,Pine Lumber) M. RODBIXR. WALTKH OBAMAM. FINE PATENT FLOUIftOooon 1 "', ,;
1"1or1.Cla.'i'; \
weather: ; ,
taken:two years of coaxing and nursing notion riREwftBH. : .
From the seine steamer thottbronght: to get:tt started again. But,in-the shell- Orange Box MeMU,

the above order, tl aere 'WM :Sanded a walk 'Hat leads from boatUandlng Hats Shoes Clothing Dry GoodsJust r y."ItA VvgfMM* Crutm. ATTOUNEYS-AT-LAW, r. W. ,Rogers s ',:
any ;, Lnmber delivered at any part of Indian River TITVRVIU.K, Drovard, Co., Florida.r. .
who the scaleswith
wound DEALER
gentleman tip ,, IN CLOTHING .
;i up to She door-wh1d1hat's quite different on through! bill of 1 <1lap: Anyone nontemplat ,
Arrived. Goods. lug on the K a..t Count, 'ld do well towilt. O. box,HBO.
a barrokef flour on the ether side Splendid '
; tiling. building( ..... The Hawralll Is sltnatml on the Will practice all tbeenuntlesof the Seventh Gents Furnishing Goods Shoes Eats :, .
'but'the' .barrel of flour is not tW be put Durlrg the two years thabl/ have been OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD, J.,T.A K. W.Ky.ii talles south of 1-aUtks. Circuit and In the Supreme Court 118clal| ( l facilities ...'

off. A small package of 'hardware, i DRUGS OCERIES, GRAINOf Agents I Cocoa,E. StUlntf| Eau Qallla\ Norma: for Examining and Perfecting! land Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks Valises .
that bald tpotIn: lawn I Title. (rorresimnilem solicited from Claimants ,
nursing my\ all kinds and In fact full line of nralnerd. IImo.!'<1 '
weighing, perhaps, t en pounds.iand very have '>dug the gnu out ,of 'tha walk I everything.; Call and examine. 11 Satsuma IligliU, Putnnn co., Flo. and Heirs to Money Bjianloh to Loan.Urants. 1 I FINE CIGARS, Eta '. I '\
much needed by one of thedtlwie could ; The only house In town ft '' '
twelve times; and t.HIaylt'll' M green as making ipo ''w:.\ Y
'not be landed after fthe above edict went If it had been planted to St.Apgustine'apeculiar clalty of Gents. Furnishing Goods. ;\ a

forth. : verdure. Titflsville Meat Market. Advertise in this Paper Ttt. M.. D. L. DODSOJTC/ S Drop In and examine my stock, and, ,. ') .;
compare prices. Cash customer com \
L A bushel tot seed lies I"
potatoes somewhere When I was a boy Itame'aorogs a radiator mand every consideration competitors I,, ,t I!

between here and Tltusville, and destroying grass and ,weeds in SPECIALIST INOPERATIVE, SUROI- claim to-confcr. !:r :

the gentleman who is waiting'to plant walk, and it read Eke this: :ALL KINDS OF GEO. ALTREE Can when convenient. First door ',' .

,them does not lose an opportunity to '"1 St. sulphate of (fen, :1,lb..chlorlde BROKER m COMMISSION AGENT' GAL: A; MECHANICAL DENTISTRY, south of ADVOCATE office. ; 5. .-
the Jf the Indian Fresh and Salt Meats Eggs .
{ ) workings < ofsefllum, 1 Ib. oxide .of'Calalam; dissolved TrrD8VTLt.K:, FLORIDA. S
River Steamboat Co. Titusville Flo.

There is bay and corn welting at Fort We'lI.It in five happened gallons of*o water1'be my; second Oysters, Tlsli, 'fruit & Vegetables, Agent for Piano and Organ, ; Florida DR. D. L. WILLS, DIXON & GRAY' .. afi

f Pkirce and"hard working males-in this Brick and Lime; .New Process Gasoline Dealers In
year: dn chemistry, asd when I get it all IN BEACON. PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
Stove that cannot' explode. Drags Chemicals
neighborhood to be provided for. Ho w t Perfumery* Toilet
tmnelsted.Into the United States lan CASH FOR,POULTRY, EGGS, VKO- Will at all times handle every dlncrlpt- A graduate l of the University of Pennsylvania .,

That the.dtxerii'of Ankona are In a'atate.ot'f guage, I found that it meant green TABLES, ETC.(' ion of New and Second Hand Furniture. and experience of twenty Articles, Fine Soaps, StaUonery'J; : ; "
< is putting it mild. In fact win 'get anything to supply the years In' practice offers his services to .
salt uuid-cosomon
'That the lUme is ripe today for competition vitriol:common un 19 'E J. DAVIS, Manager. want of the People.Tradesmen's the cltlsens of TltiMville\ and vicinity. JEWELRY, ** ....;..
slaked lime. Why tAtgydldn'ttell us to SPECTACLES '
Soiled ,
Stocks of. \
Jn-our tr&n portaUonf.putting; Disposed OFPICB OVEn j. w. BOO ins co Ii",
dissolve It in the .xid of hydrogen I Will sell on Commission by private treaty SEWING MACniKES.

it, wearer the.truth.Ast the Notice. Public want Gun., Pistols, Sewing Machine and
could never find out I fixed: up Notice li toreby gjm that the nndcnlgn. or Auction anything you P ELY,
Corrai'zzw.ver compound according to directions and ua bout to form Corporation: luder the pa- to turn Into moue '. JUsTICE Machinery Repaired. Watches, Clock
Incorporation law of the State of Florida, Cash advanced oa Coods for absolute OF THE PEACE 17Tn DIST and Jewelry a Specialty.: ., ,
It to the in
applied copiously -walk my M follows; "I'IIe Corporation shall be known u sale. School
Indian lit Euteipvlse. father's front yard. The: that was the Indian TU w Lumber Co., and It* principal Notary Public for the Stale at Large Books and School 6applie ; f
grass place of biiHlneu will be TltiuvUlo. FU. The 'Co nctor and Builder over M year *xp*> Subscription taken at publisher's prices t'
eoiolag up through ttie-gravel.lo; ked as nature of the. ibtuInMi to b. Uuucted Is tile' t5t rle_ Natural' Finish a HpMlalty.MILBOUBXK for Newspapers, Books, Magazines, etc..
and of lumber and
baying telling other tnercbanillM
the management, of the Eaat.CoutTn.uporta.tIea if it had been whitewashed, but the dews ), vctlllK and operating ....mUla FLA. Prescriptions carefully compounded ftft '
washed it off in time &ld.lt more building wlurve*and tram-roexli,acquiring and tI any time, day or night 1
is to .be congratulated ,grew .
Company dlipoeing of !Seat EiUte and Uuuer landi f .. .!'I,, 14nrugB
the fine lueee Attendf vigos nsly than ever. :iBntvwhere a erectlnR and operating Telegraph and Telephonelinei w U11.aD1 Fu'teb, 'J "' 1 tr

g(2M establishment upon Ita line upon little.<(If the concoction .lAotklently; River;fM running fre1gktlnl tall and purpo.es steam,and boat tG on do Indian a gun.ens J Drayman.ITaullnjr .\'.,.," ...... .

,our Waters. touched the border. ;the border was Stock balding of Company and contracting Ia CO be f21lOOO-bualnse.. divided 1 don at reasonable rates. Attends ;};, '"/' ,
is established. uttek y ruined. Into I so ihara**!*100.00 e ch. Stock wbecrlbed' = all departing, and meets all arrivIng Patent Medicines; : '
Wepeak, ftdtfuedly; for matt b*naif for In full before h..ingclockceniCawsibbat "" 1I= "o ;: trains. ,
It 1*ben tostay. Its home ts o Dour TheM was a short; eotion of brick the company Duty b* ereanUed; 1 Orden left with O. D. Humph or at ,'

'river it!. owned and managed ly ftadiaa sidewalk on East Washington stnet, In of capital stock) boi Ineu of corporation u soon ai bu ten been percent t ADVOCATK office will receive. prompt Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Article ,, .. 'w: tl

&rer people. No foreign tcapltaleontwU.lt. Ann\\Arbor. and two thausand -student paid In. The company shall commence Its cor.porat ;.6 \n fl i attention. ftf L." 'i ...R.
*exUtene on Feb. 1st, 1M1 or a* soon e k''
;It wiH not be pulled .off tramped over those brick evwyidaj of laereafterulujinloleeof association by it 1 Kept constantly on hand at .,. ;. '-; "" "
laws are flied with the Secretary of But, and Ae Prosoher
ad suit': north In the dull season. the college year; and It was the;plncl. oertlflcat of doe Incorporation issued. The .1 '
And ail our people are justly proud .f pal thoroughfare of half the inhabitant term of said corporation shall be twenty wars.Tb gg.a TITUSVILLE, FLA.. J. B. Screlren's's'
*business UM company will be conductedby Keeps a' full supply of MeUlllo andwooden :.,.:
their tome ..institution. They show of the-Bfeth ward. Now don't 'oense a presidentvicepresident, treasurer and
secretary,who eMil also hold the position of o 0 tl DRUG STORE' .. .
in the ;
that right \
me.nying grass grew v ,
.of it *
.their appreciation by pa1lm1ltiq general manager;and a board of director to be Co ln.l, Case and Catket \
middle..et that walk, when I tell :you elected at the annual meeting of the tuck-bold t ,J' 4 ; '
: er* to b*held theist of February of eacb ; s Funeral attended if desired. All
itThis year. & i : orders Also the latest Newspaper, ,,Peiiodl.K'js ; ; ri
the do Its could find
1* war they that :you grass ,growing The highest amount of Indebtedness or liability and at reasonable eto. '
Ninety ions of i incoming freight ..each through the chink between the'bridke. I to which the corporation can,at any time subject rate. Embalming done. 2CONTRACTOR c ti L-\ s
week. loan,shall lot exceed, the capital stock.P. : = i
ftoulfc. Three
trip ;trips per Ten;I an an experienced fanner .:Ult I B. FAiton.WALTEB i
1 One thousand boxes of oranges each OOUDVEAJU FOR
trip going out. Three trips per week. before I WM of age I went west to grew BOBUT&SJIKW. P. J' HULL, '

fifty passengers per round trip. up with the country. For two mortal EDEN & BUILDER, { ?:
Wines & :
Three trip* per week. weeks I worked for a Kaaaa granger PERFECTEDCRYSTAL Spirits ,
somewhat on these figures. TitUBville Fla.
Figure ;
when I was taken sick and like to 'have ,
And it Is dawning upon the traveRagpeople LENSES f' )
that by taking this line a great died. When I had recovered sufficiently vase. Nees.flat6y Estimates furnished on application. J4.

slice of magnificent scenery and natural to travel, I wrote my father that I was rna tat tteaya PINEAPPLE Correspondence and patronage solicited. :Beers

,beauty unsurpassed U added to the trip sorry I bah learnt the trade, and lie'sent Hmo ,. I I

southward.And me money to come home with. 3MC. :ID.: n'1I-T'le11, ,7 '
the officers are-so courteous and CIGARS ETC. '
make their guests. feel so much at home But I am not so selfish as to dalm to PLANTATION.. '.: ,
and enjop their ride so tally. be The only experienced farmer .n the BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER, OF THE J'L'iEST'QUALlTY, ". ,

The Sweeney Is doing
She get there fore auLaft and amid-, who are entitled to that proud distinct- T. .23. 3EU.oliAXca.e, Titusvillo, Fla. *** .-

ships.And she has prompt recognition'from i Ion. There I Is Mr. Phillips, of East Melbourne =>w Eden, Indian RJJera Florid. $ Indian Work River contracted for on any part 8 of Losloy & Rcnakcr;,: : ',

fcer connections and freight come and for Instance, who for twenty Families Supplied. '"' "." ,A
co right through without let or hin.drance. -I years or more, met on the floor of the Notice. % ,
J. E. ENDEK; & CO. ,
Exchange In Chicago, with a lot of other Nutle* Is hereby given, that at *meet Ing of the Jno. McAllister
So far nobody who has any interest In RtocklMiMer* sad Interiors of UM Kast Coast .
the peoples' line has any cause to regret Horny-handed son of toil, and bought Have exclusive sale of these celebrated Transportation Company.Article It. of the Bylawtof r
.establishment. On the other hand it and sold apples and peaches and potato Glasses in Titusville. the said Company was amended. to read Contractor for
u fcAlow.t "Article 11.of stock eto -Th*cap
1* proving a boon to the ;.whole upper ** by the car-load. And there i* M, .. FAULKNER KELULM A MOORE; ital stock of this company shall b* |,0uo.oo (o 1
.river. Cocoa Public Spirit. bald *p to full. The capital stock shall b* .
Walter Goodyear, of Rockledge-he T oily Manufacturing Optician In divided lito:out share of tlooM Men. Each: certificate Artesian Wells ,
learnt a good deal about farming before the South, Atlanta, Oa. Peddler are of stock shall b*signed by the President I ?' ,
and attested by the Secretary, with the seal at
:Market Review. he came down'here by watching his not supplied with these good elXJmo the corporation. Certificate of stock may b* Eau Gallie Fla. ,
tnaaferrad Indorsement, and the. ,
FEBBVABT If!, IS91. by Secretary;
father's gardener run the lawn mower suaU keep a record of the issue transferred pdflmoW.N.HENDRY
.Receipts of oranges largely diminished, and by seeing him at work in the con l'YtM"' I I4'fs'6i and surrender of all stock eertlfloat upon the
and oa all strictly fine grades of fruit stub of UM stock book which record shall be
servatory. He also had an opportunity evidence of UM membership of the corporation.
tb. market rule firm. Indian River
andJJWs the gardeners trim the tree WALTB 8.OSAMAM,BecreUry ,
3.00 to 4.50; choice bright*-170 watching

*2.75to'2.87i; bright, straight in Boston Common and the other park. Dealer la ..
lines $2.25 to $. O; russet*-178"* and Mr. Joe Smith of Coehen. think that hmu ,tCIftun T. "W" S3VECTDET; -

200-s-$2.571 to $2.60, straight lines because he Anudrta cuaN General Merchandise
C2.00 to $2.25; tangerines $4.00 to $ ,OO; he ought to be a good farmer Drayman .'

mandarin $2.00 to $3.00; grape fruit was brought up In such small city. It Will attend to all kind of Hauling, 6

$;.6o to $ .00 a barreL only had six or eight thousand Inhabitant promptly, cheaply! and ezpedltloutly. DRY GOODS, t

except Southern beans vegetable which are la arriving light supply.more *, and half aa hour' rapid walk 1 i w! Will deliver baggage for passenger NOTIONS, THE ADVOCATE $: ; r;: ,g

freely, choice selling at $3.00 to $3.60, would take him out to the nearest-cow. arriving or departing oa train or steam- : gR

others $2,00 to 2.50; beets $1.50; torn*. pasture boat STATIONERY, Job Printing DepartInenfJ

toe $1.75 to $ua Florida cabbage was reared ender at the ;
fair quality in demand has not yet Mr. Ensey, of Tropic, Can be found Railway Stationor Choice Groceries .

only opened selling $L50 to $2.25 a barrel; the shadow of John 8. Hopkin's at my residence In South TUnsvllle. Is Ready to do Your WOJ :.

egg pUwi$8.03 to $13.00 a barrel. University; but In spite of that great U. S. Mall Carrier. 5 M Dig, FLAB A _

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t : Anl it ts blth Urn that:we Had I p t; "TrTw*she f r*her charity haP left liar water and thou make plunge'y La.c.r4 "in the. TtnvMa,

, \1EV.; TALMAGR mighty realm ot God doM by and under ur hew not. thither right hand did..She W ln.b. c'clothe.Ihal abhor me.f Whether C,1r atc 1atc ;
no .on.bat
BiI in ecrtt prayer'ana >" "GermanSyrup" :
little flager, )drop rou.otit of mighty ; of
i. own awst bottle Syrup !
take on trip n
... every
:q tie r' ;, memory would be to rests;*! Bis omirfsoiet God and her own soul knew It ,She can b whit

DnOoKLYN' nmllfE'8 SVIf. To r f u.yon HI*protection would be to i abdicate nor trouble tban anybody in all the laad than snGW''Without boln I act mot p e.lt1.Dc.lfet oa ,

Hi omnipotence toll me where'she 'lived, and without complain Lori" Oh, fevers,
DAT eltitblUJl.sett' WMDlOU shall see the fo .Mn kidneys,liver and 'wel.p.eatl
her talent
that He 1* the God of God f she bore it and though were .

Mercury, and the God of Saturn you toll u e never great, what she had was all-con ""jf there he).9 all this andienc one 0 headache an'c other {orm* of IlckDI'

"Tb tiesaona of TVIatei something so vast that I cannot compmeodit. rated to God and helping others, and tbe woman whore thoughts bare always sal ia tOe and $LOO bottles by all leading dragJlsta. -

But if you tell me He is tbe God of tbe Lord Umakhtg up for her earthly prlrati and .whose action art always right, '
L MId' by especial here and the King bf right standing _
snowflake.yon tell me something I can raptures let such a one rise or If already I. f,

__.. 'tyrant "o.entered iito the tree and measure and realise. Tons the small this country bad that place built especial lift th* right Not one! All 'lik On needs cut his coat according to bis 1
hanc i '
fIMIIr'Job xxxvlli. 93.jly mowflake contain a jewel case of eonifor for her. The wall began to go up WIleD her have Unclean! mus For & .e'

of wlnl Her Is an opal an amethylst a diamond.He trouble and privations and consecration. .he we gne a. whiter than tom cloth Coughs Colds

maligned I* the season hinunr is one ot the treasure of snow. Tsit began on earth, and it sn happened-whal a whiterthan that on a cold wt. thin Blood, =" a. 1 I,
spring and ummef and autamn coincidencel--that .the last rtrc wbloh FOR Impure or -'RJn- John EdomTex.writea'
comfo heavenly
for and everlasting F.one.
your present after a clothl
id and white udmlrers bearded bus winter winter bath, hoi heenemies Bahold also, la the mow the treasure e f of the trowel of amethyst on those walls w& 10rnlng. bottom of trunk etr of highlt larRLNtrllt"Inllltion. BiouAn.Itrenlh. I have Geran Syrup for the f ,I

accumulated power. During a snow aterm given, the hour she entered heaven. whiter than that which this bour making old ptnona fiel )'OlDrour
than friend Yet wiUu let an apothecary accustomed to weigh indelicate "You kaow DOt.J.inj of her. On earth hnam branch persona strong; pleasant to tkeIt pat six years, Sre Thrat
would be inane aDd 'p
| the human raco Wahingtontheights
ter quantities, hold hi. weighing lICalee was only tbe newspapers, and and i of Cough Pains
Mount Cold. ir
from Che
of the winter Nevada learn
ht &I
Yon ml speak i I
fall that the column of the dead, but arch Is l
out of the window and let one flake o n among fit to enthrone bDeca and let to
tbe and splendor a say ,
mother of tompmts. I take it a* t ticr is here. There she comes pomp \ ____ any. gone
tbe surface of the realm an of a whole family The of physical most people mentepiriu&energice. make it tremble When you want to
I press extreme triviality of weight you laY. hind thorn for a ride on tbe e often Biiparllla the right medicine w'n.ben German Syrup is the F
BOW are strong In proportion to the nun mountain distc every winter 1 believe U bt
flows debilitated.
a* a but snowBake IJI bank of the rYe that under tbe in the one feels Weak and
bank had to climb over t l' kB.W.BatdW
of they
r anew mute timee throne of me see. Did Doa Ibepb.r. plbe tbedisnc ofnwhicbfthis '
while their lighter. It is just twenty-four you proponed that at Recteiofnervousdebility '
in childhood .
tbroagh drove the sled loaded with kDeb lighter than water. And yet the aeon mule. have in your world below as old clo snow drlf. mile a pole fifteen feet big b the cared completely.-./Grave'KJmlngton. CamesvJle.Ten. ..
.r* remedy me
thou of these flake broke down. a few day which says something about 'these be erected show writes : I have your !
drift tMMon two cross
the crunching M pie Gera 01
altO in sight of my house,six telegraph polM who come out of great tribulation, and tlle1, of the compass, and a bel Dl and )
lug points in family the 1
Syrup my p ,
and fire shall reign for ever would fnd
made department walking
helpless police ad bre gait-the
of the when eyerl at the top, in that every An unpopular delet
.a t1tt we lire
year the. good hung I tried
and halted rail trains with two thnndarii As we pam op a mm one on the m'untalU best medicine ever ,
familiar with the blossoms snow, thoae the froien the vat. locomotives on foot, aml.,to the dragomani MWl ould hear the sound and taae the directic Timber Mineral, Farm Laude Hunches and colds. I recommend it to cough' T
those falling city
of the when their i Mlraonrl, Kansas, ArkfDM eve.
W* hare already learned so much ar* tbe name anoonced with the cross piece and In Tex.
hire angels of the atmosphere, those poems power of electricity that we hare .become recognise tat some of them wet given by this home.pole Whether that proposeplan bought and sold. Tyler 00.Xanl Oity.MO one for these troubles 1l

the storm, those Iliads and Odyssers awinter careful how we touch the electrio wire and on earth great poet, great -t and get safely or not 1 do not know bull -. 1
I turnover the lea..etJIlT was
I Bible tempest and-though most of It win .. in many a caw a touch ha been death. Bata great I merchants, and great aiwhen I declare apt who are in the heavy and Chronic R. Schmalhausen, of ,

clime where seldom few days ago the snow put its hand on moet express myeurpboutthefrgolniafoot blinding drift of sin and sorrow that theiis Dmggst
enow 01'
a of and tore them down as thout "In this Charleston, Y:
ver fell-I find many of thee beantif these wires b dma 1" cout a cross near hy that can direct yon to home 11.te
they were cobwebs. The snow said MYi people and God and bear .you not tin scores of and t t
Rheumatism prescriptions
the writer ;
dons Though guy ae prepa.
afraid of the thunderbolt I will cafa their earthly but soeord lend
Tor never have felt the cold touch of tb! seem Dumb mad We. hadAndthenltbmchtto ." o the Isbethe hanging to tba I had on my files and sheve ]
it and hurl it to the tjround. r our boastieloctrlo wee they they "Thla way'walk ye:I. ton .
Cake on their cheek they had in nigh. li I ;ht*adorning your cities with bub- myself: "Whr, tha ct-yr. Lad wrtoo*disorder of Ute live and stomach bars relief for a sver t
of which ver cld
gr 0 mountain, the tops were sup would make snowflake that fal:1: tea jrasradortac which
ble of fire, I will put out U easily a* you the a r wmtBtodsMformorelhaa which had settled, my
sometimes take
lira Other king ofIt
snuffed tallow candle. Tl. and in the right place, and do almoi every BedkriM noonsnodsd lung.
ancestor out a ttax I *
crowns but Lebanon and'Mount Bet snow put its finger on the lip of our dtl alt the work assigned it, a* hoorabe. i a Electricity Exorcises Thleres. any whatever rata I tried your German Syrup. :
aU the round and tli ..4J rU
year throuyh that with each other and they whole Mont Blanc of done BM immediate relief and a
naverlift the aronstsolcry.tal from: were talking : The fact that the electric has in vice B-IIp m me permanent (
". lgh
went into silence uttering not a word. The ye says the I have ever
"Y. .d. 1 a 9G.
eir forehead \ cure. t:
blow U
these that Dieted a severe ocupationof a .
than the lightning.In .ny
snow mightier commending
The eraS time we find a deep fall of mow March 1888 tbe mow stopped Amelea. foreheads of the pl. and many of tlJe the "midnight marauder" i now a p f worth II* I I U gold t. le 1 G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer, t t
f la the Bible to where Samuel describes i a terms
It laid to Brooklyn. "Stay homer to the jewel case of prince and prc familiar and a recent expression of w' ,Pa.Hood's ''t'OPIUMandWhtlkeYllabU' I
l fight between Benaiah and a lion in a pit New York,' "Stay homer to Fhlladelphl p the petrified snowflakes of .hly; one, -h-Inn o_ Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
I and the bare crtmsom a the subject of protecting I
though mow
may home for God does not forget tbe promii opinion on
Stay homer to Washington, Sarsaparilla
| under the wounds of both man and brat to Richmond "Stay homer III put into i a tp to them They shall be Min. houses against the depredations of house. 1 I

t the thany monster rolled over dead and white sepulcher most of this nation. Con said the Lord of hO the day when I has called special to sold by aD draisMa ,1| six for|S. Piepandr 0 ..
f the riant will victor. Bat the snow Is Dot breaker .
tally reoogiiised i in the Bible until God iii topped coerce whose then. wheels What was never the stopped matter before Power, make All the up prayers MyJawejfl.nnd charities Accumulated and kindnem power the menus which are now available for a L BOOO*XX,ApoUMearles,Lowell,- 1

i terroRatea Job, the scientist concerning I Itl of accumulated cnowflake On the top of and talents of all the good concentered atcompacted that purpose. The task of the cracki 100 Doses Ono Dollar I

'wonder taylnft "Hast thou entered inltha I the Apennines one flake falls and others tall will be the world's elltlo man is becoming a weary and.compare. -- .', t.

treasure*of the snowr and they pile up, and they make a mountai This thought of the aggregation of many one, and it is easy to be. CURE Biliousness
.I rather think that Job hare exam lively profltlcM 1
may malls into that is another tree iliA m "
of fleece on the top ot a mountain of rook one mighty occasion.ally ,
which -
toed the snowflilte with a for. liere that the lament
of the i
until one day a gust ot wind, or even tDe ure snow. .
although it Is supposed that the mlcroscoj:. into the Sick Headache ;
his :
voice of a mountaineer,sets the frozen vapor Another trof the snow Is tbe mg; wafted from lips :
was titrented Ion? alter Job's time, then! Into action and by awiul descent tbe'I"oIIIp gection of of sorrow. Abnc columns of the daily that "ther
bait been wonder of class long before tile paper Malaria.
_copell4.1 telescope of later day wet iverythJn in their course- trees milts of snow lost winter made all is now nothing in it, uttered with This Picture,Panel size mailed for 4 cent*. /. th
when in 1837 the town nf Brie That winter has not yet ended t
village*-as mow.e. it
thought of. So long altO at when the Co In Valaia was buried and in 103ila 8 witxe" dlst.re. a few week it put ', the utmost sincerity. At one time it wa J. F. SMITH CO., .".

bourn was in il* full splendor, Nero sat Ii In soldiers entomb the lefotherlit matte for a burglar to law ot "Bile BEANS
the box of that lend,three hundre 1 were tbOWdllnt a very easy Makers BILE ,
mperor'a great the.tre
which held a hundred thousanl people, and These avalanches. ware made up of *lnraowflakes. ; hom". Called by hospitals a trivial gradually name, tbe to Ronlan fclown. through*a bar or cut a pane of glass, but 255 & 257 Greenwich B"Y.: '. :

looked at the combatants through a gem In Whit tragedies the snow bare been 10 was an international plague. with the electrical appliances now being ,.

his flnjer ring which brought ererjthln witnessed by the monks of bt. Bernard, "bo flinty.P" men.public healtir. Teen used in many houses, and which are 1 ,.'-' ':

.those up to hli eye. with been bn Is medicine that soon tbe worldmalarias ', and reliable in
Tour hundred year before Christ in tltores forage have tbe dose white that ttelouiis '
bewildered and ovtlr"belm9,1traveler. a* these
at Athens were mold powerful glasu in the dots wit administer-pellets .pllee. b tton, it is only a question of time when al r
Alpine storms
called "burning sphered" and LajrarJ the blankets fastened to tholr backs and teaks but la such large doses I to houses will be provided with them. 1
ocplorer, found a manifylnglean amid th. spirits fastened to their necks to resusclttlnelplets and melting: lon enough to Ihydrouathlo. slightest movement of door or window
of Nineveh and in the of Nlntod. '
ruins. Whether through magnifying palace Instri. traveler, oneof the edogsdeooratewltli Like aspoijte, every flake absorbs after the alarm Los been set wi form ;
The tables of moCallty -
saved the lives :
1 toenl or with unaided eye I cannot nay but a metal for having toe brave beast himw 0' I unblltbYlue and 1mmiiaUly connection and sturt a gong distan S15OOOINGOLD
iiventy-two JrokYI .
lam SUM that Job somehow went throuw,41te persons alarm is thus
slain of the snow on that day when acoon. lessened wean the lo"a last D part of the e. ;
the snowflike and counted 11pillars
galleries p"nlnr a fiedmonteM courier the way tnl camber began to f.ill. snow Is one of given to the inmates, while the man, unconscious .
and found lone
I wou raptures my. anxious household sown the mountain tbe an I best of the world's doctor
grandest of the fact is busily
Merles Jbeo'o&teP majeatlex, walking < occupie
for te produi ,
of the ledmontet Y it necessary
the wife and children lnd'i
up and down Ita corridors a* a result oft the mountain in search of e Great'snowa in in looking after the family AND.
courIer coining wlotrar.c.nel.
question which the Lord had asked hit, up t.n.
connection that alarms the sleeper
coverel all under by
him an avalanche pyramids Bmmer.
"Uast thom entered Into tbe treasures of the
.aaowfOh higher than those under which tb!. scientific shown that snow con may convey the alarm to the nearest

i,i Egyptian monarch sleep their sleep of th talus a larger percentage of ammonia tbo time the HANDSOME PRESENTS
;It II a wonforoni meteor. Y.mbo1dtt'tadied the rain, and hence its greater power of ei- police station, so by
I j
It In the Andes twelve thoueand feeD ales What an illustration nUb tradtes'ol rlohment. And besides that it is ,a whit burglar gets through with his engrossing

.bora the level of the sea Da Saussura rfoo blanket keep the earth An e: of
to Had
the snow Is found in that Irene between work he may a couple policemen
eled these in the and
meteors Alps,
among Jlencos and Glencreran one F.bruU'llnScotian. unination of snow in Ctlberla showed tbt i his
.Dr.Kcoreiby oounted ninety-six: varieties of outside patiently waiting pleasure
hundred d warmer
where Ronald Cameron come was a GIVEN AWAY. ,:
enowflek.amid the arctic. iitfhapeof gee enthusiastic merchant in
They are forth to bring to his father's house hi. mow than above Alpine plant Not long ago an

.ta. in shape of coronets In sbapof rush Flora McDonald for the celebratlo perished in the mil, winter of England fack < Paris was so delighted with the workingof ;

cylinder! are globular, are hexagoual! of a birthday, and the calm day turn into i a of enough snow to keep them warn. this form of burglar alarm that he be. TIIB5
After fresh
are pynmlual are cas: a
.all of snow.iu walk crush under hurricane of white fury that leave Rnalttand Snow strike back tberloh gases which othe enamored of, thief-catching-* i a
one cams
you wise would in the air and be ,
Flora us dead, to ba resuscitated b.be escape lot t
>joor eeet."JulUerlee. Indaor 'castles. 81 shepherds I What an exciting straj Ie l liad Thank God for the snows and may those o.February sport. He cleverly spread stories of the NASHVILLE WEEKLY '
'Ideals NW Peters Bt. Marks cathedral
Bayard. Taylor among the wintry bo a*plentiful as those of Decent of jewelry and valuable bric-a
.Alhampraa and Hydenham pala.oclbmum.l"oabl. hoard
IpannlnetlIn her *n4 January barf been, hljh and "eel be found in certaii i
t to
.. know depends much on our own< the brc were II'l
the winter of 1813 by a similar fore tie 4 wide and enriching; then hae
Condition what tues bait
impression flying of his house and tbe was aiIrresistable
will embroider with gold rooms
he.destiny of Europe was decided. Th text July .
.jaetent of the snow make 'Yencharuir intrchel un toward Moeox tire American continent. But who with .ay ono for the master cracksmei AMERI CAN 'i
not forget two
; rough ana
wood ouU which I saw in my unpl'odlnr bop Ira hundred thousand men.' What con r1st aJlolCI faculty can notc that out withoc of sue of the city. The merchant bagged his: *11 ;.

bed side by sides one a picture of a prosper f'emf Not bayonet, but the dumb e'nent that snow th wbeat game vary neatly several times; but at'
*overwhelm that host. Napoleon rreals < realizing Irow. pluca b
,Cu farmhouse with all signs of comfort,
lost the out and his unique
and a lad clothed of thdoor from Moscow with snout two hundred rests of grace story crept .
warmly looking out
upon the first flurry of know, and hi bousand men a mighty nuolect for anotheampaigu The strongest Cbrta without any exieptlon ,porting career came to a sudden end. '

mind no doubt tilled with the sound of Jin ; after ha geta buoy to Paris '';he are by brYmentaor Screen doors well as windows can

'Cling I/ bell and the frolic with playelttws uorulng of Octob-r VI, when they start tot aicknes'r poverty or plton. a b
with tho alarm FREE
in the deep bank, and he, clapping hiDAnosinil tome is bright and beautUnl. Toe aiI'll if together, and< provided tat BIBLECMPET1TIONJ ;

shouting, "It snownl It snows I1' tonic and although thl Kumlat campaign again and again mowe under. Tbe the: leant 'attempt ta make a hole'wi

Us other sketah was of a boy haggard ani baa' been a failure Napoleon will try again 11oiue mow storms of ki m. close the circuit and let the iomltes o;
other dlreotloa with his host oi bran arias of tbe soul. They drive out of "
I k. tallow with looking of their
the advent
t eyed hunger from dependence to God. the rollof the; house know of the
urrirlng Frenchmen.But Cal
broken door of wretched home
a and seeing
tn the falling flake prophecy of more cole: a cloud comes o<\ the sky and the aIr all the eminently pious of all age.nd uninvited visitor. Chicago Hevt.

.and lea bread and greater privation wring lets chill aud one of the sol liens eels on hihoek you wll find them the sons and daughter ..: ._ '

I 1 I ttawaa Ing hi* band cheek and crying with tear".rolling my Godl down iG licatloa a suowflaie of time wintry and then m>Mij there,it an a 1 multi.s sun of characteristic sorrow. The Of the Marouiu cedar tree."y f that that when one The Sap.Sucker. An 'Easy Way to Receive a Big Reward r .;',

j -atOWIUt 1II0W.UUO of the abundance the plumes of the offlo rs are decks t with anther toe air is full of snow and I bg t dacend
charaoteriae mot of home style of plume and then all the akin tbe tree lift Its way A great many useful bird hare beendestroled To the 600 persons answering correctly on or before April SO, 1881 '.',

Wt* be speedy relief! to all whom our this wIn mAY JIt loos upon tae warriors a hurricane or b.ttel'to receive snow and bear up ender on the erroneous charge that our simple Bible quotluo Where In the bIble knot found U>* wont 'J'

In .now,and too march becomes difficult and it and I knot by much observation that the in some wholly detrimental "ProopereUiT" wj will give the following rewards: "
want and exposure. tb. horse find It hard to pull the supply grandest cedars ot Christian character lift lacy are way I-Osi. Cunt) Pre. nt In G'lcI.........'...81,230 00 ; r

And now I propose, for your sp'rltnal! and rain and, the beln ti> fall tinder the higher their branches toward God when thiuowa to the rare, intere.t with no compen. 2-On* Ca.h Pisseut In Gold ............. l.OOO 00 .
arerhutlng profit it you will accept my gut men take mother of trouble are eating habits, and twice a* many more S-On* II u l.ome Vprlslit Piano ........ 1,000 00
tune to take yc J through some ot tba&a won. itiguo and many not able to Clnlllg. 4-Ono Fine ritiiillj .rrl.Ir", ........... 1,00000 .
.den erntalliratiou. And nolle first God step lie down la tie dr.f is waver to ri*!,an i 1 : Lord N..ln'. cotn out of them hut are admitted to be useful in some A-4)ae Pair Maleli HorM-a. ......... .. l.OOO OO thi''J

ta the little You may take alpenstock and tb. cavalry hor!< Btu-able, and fall, IUd one i the a&lp in which he had degree, in the mistaken belief that 03 6-OMO llaiid.omo .Prdlcrn-rd Mlaiiioa ... 000 00. :.1
tholli'Aud of tae fall, and ten thousa'it !aught bravely and your throne hireaveu 7-. Pair Ladle Diamond Ear Drop... OOO 00 .
army I
:CTOM the Her da Glac i tbe son of Ice and l the whole the authors of more .. .
erUU and twenty thoa,tn down and su2trlnfj obi l God will be they are -On lleanlltnl feet farultnrc ... .... 000 000One \
uuend Mont Blauc which rimes into she Handsome Well Sired Driving Maro... 000 00 1. .
and iiilt out of conquered harm than In tho first
doude Ilk a pillar of the great white Throne.e. fifty thousau, and a hundred tliouMud Joun earthly (lter. goo. category 10-0.. Cub Present In Mold ,.... ,......... 173 00
with arctic explorer ascend the mount aim a hundred and twenty tboound and a nuu Vhat gave Bunyan .ah a wOdru. may be sap-sucker that i ll-Oii4'gab Present la O ld ............. 130 00laOnll

,axounJ the north pole anl sea glaciers a reii and tairty-tv/o lun,1, die an I tae ream of the celestial city & i commonly Duel ( a fair target IleanUful .'oldln..I1.. ...... ....... 130 00 .
grindingagaln.t iotor of Jena and brldr of Lull ant Eylau mitentiary. What gave Richard Baxter 18-Ono Hrcvch-Lnadlntf Moot Cnn........... 190 00 tl I
ttnonjnn4 feet high claclenihreetboiuandfeethgh. nil AuiterUtz wjero shires great amities .!ion power to tell ot the "oainU KverlasUn everybody gun, on tbe pica that he Is 14-Onatiold Hafcb. ft ..'. ..... ......... 100 00

But 1 will takeboa oom'1Jal1cJlltl by tltl' emneroix, awret er*! feet,* and to give his Immortal "Ca t tie'Uncny.ritll continually injuring young fruit trees 15-Ono I-adlea' Void Waieli.................. moo OOia ,
on a less pretentious journey and show I -Ono Mllver Plated lea fco............. 100 00 ;
you God in tbe snowfUicti. Tuer* 1* roomInough tu him; now hUnsolf surrender to tae siiow- Physical. ( for the purpose of feeding on tho tender 17-0110. Farah Msroii........., ....>......... 73 OOlt I .

between ltd pUlare for tile great Je akesUixtorlins. : rale" o OY.ball mate bark sucking the as popularlysupposed -Ono Family (' _.... ......?,.... ....... OO o0I515o :
to racosntsa that ,leorge .VhUeUald so mibtYI souj, or sap ........ .
Koran to stand. In that II'CIn on do not seem Road Cart .......,. ... 30 00 .
one drop hi tide in that inan' lit* fame I fro'a Dao rintin; lea thu-u.t t 1 when others This is the head and front of ..- .. tlnoHeMtnxHacnlno ...... ....... 90 00 "
ib*Up otyour er you may find tae throneroom wh, he banlsheJI by hiJ jousdivorcjU I bruu tl1. a bUcr"l that cari- Lila offending for it is never pretendedbat To the nest 1O rar*;.............. ... Solid Gold W.eh'
of the Almitbtv. I tau\ up the unow 16.1.,0', n' and atured aD bira aU up ant down To in next 20 en*........ ... .. ...Solid nll.rr Waiett I \
tomy hand and see the coursjr of ce'.ettlallomtolon : wife Joscn'ain-t Iront p solallenzetl and ale thrown in hij he seriously injures fruit or grains. 'J'. in* n.xs IOO each............ ......Hvt d Quid HlnC ;.
L3rl'ebuaJ '
rowinj these T ratal parementa. Cm Al ithty, and She llllJ nl'ml Close observers however are fully To the neat 100 rae. .. '". .........lb.iosrapb AlbnntTo : .
Th telescope is grand but I must confesi upon hi n f roin the fortr ta of the : ba \1'I'rM' iho next 100 oao-4..n nil.t>m.Oi ld Pen and Holder : .
that I am:quite as much interoktod in the Iltt with anuuunitm of crystal Huowelvftl I What mellowatl and 111ideJ Wibror' convinced, that the little bird in ques- 'J'. the .earl OU t sea Allaud.orae Present valued at V* 00 ?

microscope. The one reveals the universe I Billion, trillions quidrilllonquia.Ullous :hrlaCian character? .Olllcal mifol'Cuult ton does not make original holes in tho If a competitor should fall Iu the ant ha will. stand an opportunity for l
of fla'o 4U the wor<. An>I wa it aiggest tat led blot to write 1 my on of our _..
above us; the other just an great a universeLeatatbas U except it be to show of the tree at which it is pecking,
and want
of ac umulailra po.vir. Ip.r.11 long MIDDLE REWARDS. I
But the trliiac.pa overwhelms lu on all of who dlsooara t b>. I. a man can 10.. happy without a for but that all its efforts are directed to Uotroving }
rebut to us get w
me,while micruecopa comturGme. What a To the COO whose In the '
with John peraons name com tnidillo. eonnUnf from ;
djrhlnvl $ one. cave and the borer that
you waat and I want especially 1* a God in OAU1IJ wa cauuJt du mach, sal tUjrjIoro .iclt me.keen spiritual W'I&eyesLfat that be could devouring ndmber one to tlllUI' received we "llllPv. the foUoeiug reward.: .

Litt!ei. I! we were seraphic or archanfeUo battle of the auels/ ? Kxtlngn'sh'nentI are concealed in holes'already existing I-O.0 Taah Pree.nt W G.I I .................$!5OO OO .1 .1
la our natures we would want to study GoiUl 'Oh/' gays tome one. "I would like ti ..topthe lae, the IV hit i* Sue blihast which the birds hare not roads. a-u.. .'lao To. Kmfff...... .............. 2OO OO ,/" -lit
the great bat such small weak short tore** of sin and crime that are marchlo I phyic.yefb' the 8-On* Mao Uroo Grabs SUk Prra........... 150 OO ".
nod beings ; and 1 want to had tor the couquesU the inttloui bUG I ant : the stars of h ipeid very worst the bird does no more -Ono WrU'.. Deck ............. .......... 13' DO raOue

as you are Dobod1 I have neither wealth nor eloquence faith and spuntuil proinlaef The b in some cases to widen the hole enoughi set Jewelry. ........... ........... 100 1t0 .
.in the itt w. ; ivei's sick What proclaims I .-Ono ..., bait f. order................ .. 73 00 .,
1 .
When I see the Maker of the universe sirtmc nor cocUU power.Vnat can My .t o harvests that wave on aUthe allow its beak to reach the worm. 7-Ono leek NI... .......................... 00 OO ,
himself to the architecture of a snow other, bow much do you weiihf" As much and rao of railuref' The As good an authority as Casaius )L .-.. ('... l...*r .rt ........... ....... .. OO 00 .
flake, and making it. thefts iu domes its a.ianowflabl) "Oil. yen. Tbvn do your hl heareuly of m" '.U>o SMJLt 4.a a.to a Handsome Present valued at t> 00 ;
of small iofluiccs tbe snows awful mow earthly is irom hi* ,
Its .Sara It i* an atr i tion dep Clay on as
Curve ita walls Irrauittions perfect reor lalins. LAST
that thought REWARDS.
And comforting
Conclude will look alter our iiisi niticant that will yet put this lost word back clty. I wn study Jt the sap ; .
into the bosom of a |>*rJouinjUoL Alt that teaeuresof the suow. To thoM who era loo 1st* for any of the above reward. a special op ,
ADd if
affair w* are of more va ua than men and women who wIDDoll Another treaenreofshestow I*tbelus*** icker is the deadliest foe of the vermin portunity still nmaina To thesrrpersouawho.ename.come l.kstwewRI .

at sparrow moat certainly we are of more bare area many talent VMMUSI they have not Ion th>tttbis mute CVKI iatdtb which destroy cur trees, and that every (lee the following reward.: Tn the la-t named on the list we will tire MSO.00In .
valua than inanimate soon Hike. 80 theIttbts use the one the nest .' ril Ire 'UA!la
soul "Wash cub: K we rub: to the third name fuse
would cta-fly imnresa us with God lu t e6, and will not give a pjnay bocau they said> ater" t "aud" shall oue should encourage the multiplication 11.1 laM w*vf pre I.0o in cub; to tba next 487 a fcaudsoin* present

the little! It does not say "Consider the cannot give a dollar and will not spea't a* me" than Pai.. dear friend Ga b ot t up-aucker.-St. Louis uoa WOnAJ.
tlo- &Jlbi
olouda" but it says, "Consider t..IIU..." It ell as thy can because bo smvwflaica they are because ie Da WItS went over to Ueaeva, tiwitser TOTAL VALUATION, _
will not a
does not "'Iteuold the but qalnt.
-.r. tmipecur1 but the
JleboU the fowls.1: and it app'auJ a cup ot tb.y canuot be an about avalanotwiinearthly all the crept but wars intbe lDd for bad the something recovery be of hi hetb thanirtuly Weight of Ice on Tree Branches.A Over $15.000 in Gold and Handsome Presents.
tl1. generals gat
old water and the widow's two mite, and utllatU 1 think when Ik4lum S
says the hair of your head are all numbered. war for God and righteousness and heaven 1)'U1. one Lovely gentel of Brookline has sent t loch iprtltor must la raw send II00 for
soldier will get crown of gooO-oy aftaO O every one year" sobKrlpdoa
Do not fear, t.erefore that you era going to all the private otber kid*of tue so*tor.tu CAa1. 'lt1 an. account of a very to the NASU VIU.B H kkLY AMERICAN wllb their answer ho names ,.I
a-Wit la th crowd Do not think that De- Y ctory unfailiut will be recorded unless led with tbe
hatt..ft-bl the grace ofGod tuae w would not cruet aIID WI sting experiment in taking the weight sceompu cash for which w* will send '
Whea w. id.o..npleDdI4 WgItKLYAULRICAN. Present
cause estimate yourself emn eoa
yon all arrive there-I Co not th'jxk in An ha lay o.Sabbath morning of! [ the tree during an ", forM .
saowdak among a three days'Janurymwt may w* ia the ic upon brnche. pee. .pe'l"J 'la'aily tug a year a Tba.ubecrlpUou title of cwt
right a his dyta; prow wl JUC4o1 ,
storm that you will be orgottsj. !be birth we will bs able to begin the new song dow ha loo bwulnd Xoa iCltrm. when the le on the trees was _
shah feel at
ud death of a drop of chilled vapor i*ancartatoly away because of reward tbellurprll.given.we. At we are B1oo opou.1'bo ".' Rat clear. That great at; its maximum. This .gentleman thus YOU PAY NOTHING FOR COMPETINC _

regarded by the Lot l as the area 'be comparative th. ktross to our stood in it f snow glUtarX escribes the result of his for the abor ... will b "
toon and demolition U beiDr conducted alou IUD"t N eprmentl The Twvtenl sent to the sar Mfnl ones red : .
a planet. Cot .t ( ad my friend saidihUwife their >aUed In W It: .
lealial nwidaac wit will besta to il morning 'A branch of the sjringa names poM o ir CLYAMYILitNth.anrpartvfYayiN4 .
biz to God and notning i* email. I of tttoao who were mighty o : lid you know a bat that weigh Dons delay: Ib WKkKLY AMJCaiCAN 1* worth nurh awn than themoney '
What,makes the honey industries of Fonth .ban lire some think pat ono pound bad five pounds of ,aced .
ask *'I* Bc-aj id-no on Mount Bla.o make ma 01 by aotwerlu quickly you may secure DM of the lanast ..&r1ia.
Carolina such a source of livelihood and OIl eoanb.V.* mutt I l'm think Unit rig"hteououate id a branch of pine needle weighingia Tb racelTlnc of will lie JOur" 10' ,
h.re! And the answer wUl bet "Y8tbtnx me.11 t. o gvery pareD'yojper ebUtbeD 0 eater rfamlll.rllug
wealth W.1e
It I ii btcaiua God teach th* lady.hug cover all BeI1dft
to make an corning In the rind of to* b* it in. the city but w* don't armucJa l' *paroon 0 life that pound had twelve pounds flc on themselves with the Bible they IIIChl _n1., made 4.11r&aID
apricot toe tho bee who couuot otherwise of him; be was good and be got Iu,cut IM and IpflbcC'mountain my for the I got these weights by the ', family Dew.peper. W.enter every letter 10 U. unler sad 04 the ,
now a. day rseslyd, and uuuthrr the em received sad recorded
get at the juloe of the truic 60 God i kenJ h.i took most of his pay ; be the on It at first, and thea .k. liens our. sub .
I through toe gate, that though our aim as Ilt wo wit ic rlpUoD then ran be 110 mlwke. N' s aaia** snaai Rwreelte.
( I\I f
the ladybug ahead to prepv the way for shad i 'uh grace ha live ge I know uot H. b* aa white .snow." \Ya DG of wood after the ice h ." .. answers aller Micro aro _awN and _.. If .I .
the honey bee. He teachM the ate to bite bu' just where tey I .eh yea don' r.aoyibla bat oar WEKU.VAUKUICAM.rau wUl b*UarourUy .
acU rrain. of corn that she puts in the IIqU8t&eo1 through KHU JIOW. aJtUoajU i tI' CIW who wber melte. does not represent c. auinflod; Ft has no equal al the ,' Va answers win be recorded ccarliif
ground for winter food in order that it war kink the gates took the skirts of km greuta. > I 1 c you I are do, or you ctlj the enormous strain or actual poauaark dai*later Ibaa April SO, Itttl. Toa nast send before" Hti*. eod ,
I tbta b*lives in one of tao, buckWets n, you need AILIC lhe clDi money by peal now, money order or rerUtwcd lacer, ... or data on
ot take root and so ruin rte little granary In of the{ilaiuir Jdaces.1' wbU matte. D treasure exe/ted on the branches of tree Vaaftrlll or New Tork. Uo aol seed 'lIckl on local ba ". *>* ..

Ua teacuikt ihs raven In dry weather to throw on.thai see a palscs tll.doontepe of ba glorioc a*diuL Da not bl theme ice-storno, but will easily a.cut mit.* turn t. anwor In iMtw without anbatTlpriati* lo the WKEK .:
pebbl*rata a hollow tree that the water far Theta w and tb tits Wo *
down sad vutot reach mar coma up ithut 'QId. and the windows of asattf has our a. 's e> oe.must fu the sad breakage of trees 1 ortabltabod family iMwipapcr,over sixty years old t 1*bandaomaty priaLxl.par "A'oIc1 3
the reach of the bird's beak. What atortthatUehea0odiahttlesi In taoaaaaa.f>f homu To musty
took '
Th I.tsbefore the door sal people w U, eue had all a*to tea merits we Ball sample copies far t ants W* cannot sal UwatBarsaaacBi c. ,."
emperor pat snow rater from ice-storms both tree
and down l'i : f_
1'1 '
*X all the E 9Ma* in olden time wa looiinsat like princas and pruK fcS 50103 up pecittl U> out deep t 0 Any baas or bnslaeu boos la BaabTUl .
be step a*J w. suall 'ar. *'H hat cue 0'lobe power w 1. and wires waa surely a most for Adder
that him hi
a map spread before vast but
U water ,
and Boa bit rwch*lire Ler Tout must be this otC l nests thing that, daring the days when
doounieoa u ooul4 not lint threat tn_ dean. Job THE AMERICAN Nashville
or come uwBOM W. U Tenn.
AlA OQ the au-1 be celled m Us( aacretarrandtaid sideoc ot a Vaul or a ice the trees wa bad DOhh .
map w.-udt throcga all UM planet ;cwt aim raU"n for snow, I a. to law 0 ,
.W .r* u Mre t Britain that Ian .acu.l d.n."o. kukMiuse thai it b* 1. waaa> bt* must bar ia.
bar jtwt & bel
which we wSo -
bAr sacral aoouif -lt to nailer your roam tie w be eor
CD1tiba1. tir* o naB; nliat U III wlt snow .S mora damage was Iltfilcted..1eltoa 1 1
I tUunvb" said the secretary: a)l the emI er out heard a man a diubM ease, S
I peep ratted hIs haul from eta map sal "wj tu residence of a lOW 1I1ww.ll1lU't\ (" H-, 'W..1 weed snow- I T.J *
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8,2 81 A TUML1ialtal BtPKMKKCB. '. Bits of Inlbrafttioa. Pramatit IndJent doubts that Dr.SageV 1'No
: i ; OTinge, Jlf91(1T l.-t1Ja; "" one .
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; BUDGET Pasco, 8,940! Polk, 7,805 Putnam, -...... ...-.. .r ....... >>... Is minute an express' train' : eat near each other in the CatL }nt.Rcmedfrea111cures :
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11,138; St. Johns, 8,'lIS; Santa Rosa, ca r\'NttIllUa' ......, i mil and
a street car 83 rote the station after
; Monday
',eGl; Sumter 5,363 Suwannee, to.1M Irk.wtd foDowla dIw1'-w1 ela II I Catarrh, whether the
attemNa trotting hone 143 rods 'and to
an one another. They
Of,' Newsy Notes and Pointed Taylor1 2,188;jVolnaia, 6407; WakuHa,, dbls tIIa attMlctoe WI cease from t aaae 11.tne-Ie' nr'.d Taa U w* pedestrain has got over 18 rod.. about the weather, and disease be recept or 'of, loncj -11t ;

Paragraphs.. 3,117-W.lton; 4,81; Washington8,42;' da DOt lay tt Wore oar readers, eatir Tad latest be the other to take a drink, because the makersof .J I '
xi article to standing
total for state 801,483. n CM i"f to Roc,..., (N. Y., De_oerat t minute ,
8m-o. the firday of Jon from corn is soap. Experiments these two strangers it clinch their faith in it t
ij ; Rlparlaa BIhC.. at MY .delloa 111 *K city' arVoun3.d J lay shown that a bushel of corn with to their amazement that .
j Th. by '
Tampa gun club la to organtze u The Appalachicola? Timer says la1''friends*"d waltIa, for death. HMVM proper amount of alkali will make Jonlost brothers, Frank and with a $500 guarantee, whichisn't t.
.. corporate l J)'under' the law of the "Florida claims that plmfphato hunters only know the 8CODJ' I then endured fordeMribe pounds of 'who had not teen or' 1! ;'

,.atate.. Fine shooting ground will be must pay the state a bounty of one dollar I words ma never ." And yell It a soap. tach other for thirty ,ear.. a mere newspaper guar
hw A
,1 purchatod, a club house erected and also per ton for every ton of |1'1 li|>luitc mined I Wall roan to be pnYioul bnMtlth'any ao one low bad and told m. that nigh Brmu of peanuts subjected to over thefrwino, and each told antce, but, "on call"' in '4 : s smoment.
kennel for doge, t gether with other from the in the the ; by 81) ten pressure yield One gallon his I
: streams ate. On eibis a dYttut. 1 should hay noffed the la life. Frank had run '
i conveniences for visiting other hand "... s bad a some countries the peanut, ;-f A !; ; i,'
1 sportsmen. Judge Voting decides that the "ways been uncommonly strong bean and boy from the Pennsylvania \ .

} Governor Fleming, Friday morning, streams to the edge of the channels are nand hardlyy'knew weighed over 300 pounds for oil alone.TntRsare sunflower. are grown drifted all over the world, That moment is when you I f. t
f made a requis tion on the Borernorof vested in the riparian owners, hence the wbat la my own experience, his fortune in Colorado, hi
pain or sickness that its makers
Indiana for the delivery to W. D. VinJ state cannot enforce tho collection of tho people who win/ read this were.statement'Very realisw many only about twenty nsidcu. James had re- prove can'tcure ;" :: ji

J xtot, stale agent of Lowry, wanted In bounty. Judge Young' opinion coincide' at time that they are unusually tired and great diamonds the world. The the old folks and had ,neon you. ,, J j .
I Jacksonville for the abduction of a boy with that of Governor Fleming at the time cannot account for It. They feet dull pain famous of them hare come from buried. Their meeting
he ta various parts of the and da and Brazil but the The for their faith j',' :
'; I Percy Cmlman. ,The papua hare beet vetoed the Coulter oyster bill passed by understand bodT not largust are purely accidental, wa a reason' '
.forwarded I the senate and house of the last legisla i hungry one day'andentlntywhbontapp: I l1'.. the youth African fields. anything to be found In IS this : '

v John 0. Mathews of Citra has sold his ture. Th?) governor Contended that the the next Thus wa last the war I felt when THC greatest meat-aters in the ,-Springfield &pubUca- I "'';' '
hundred. '' state had relinquished her right and, title the retention malady, which had fastened Itself are the (people of America, whose Dr. Sage's remedy has .. 'j"

Lake one for" acre orange grove on Oronjre to the submerged :Sands "for tho benefit upon ma that bftan. BMU I taken ,age consumption is 173 pounds per FBKKOO SnaLrotr, who, to< I proved itself the right 'J. '
(134,000. This U the third I nothlnr of It, probahlr I bad a 'c'
of num. The
the therefore in
commerce lIS act alleges English come next to Congo
ego Belo cold which would .' t
.of productive grove on the soon pass away. Shortly for out, -of ono
lake this and second in the legis'ature could not take awaya After this I noticed a heavy and at time average of a little over 11'' pound. *, Is a physician of no ninety-ne '
to the teaaon, import rIght that had been vested in the landowners *> wouulld paia eone* *(d*and my head, but French eat only half as much meat and has also won a reputa. of Catarrh ia '" "
ance purchase of the James A. to witi[ to the. edge of the chant el. aatt corn day b* cone the English, and the people of and sculp tor. She bas cas t
Harris grove by Colgate, Hay and other Efforts have been made to induce the next, I paid little attention &0." Then my ,Austria; and Italy mill IMS. position In literary and I the Head, and the WorkfoDispensary f

-Somo daring bnrgUf entered the County supreme court to settle this question of food stomach often would failed get to digest out of, causing order at and time my CUT R gloves have had quite. In London where her Medical, Aa. (, ,

vault in t'e! office of the county clerk and riparian rights. The Time for .one. Kmt 4oe33T Bt nM. Yet, even aa a physiclan :The word indicates the skin of the i manager of an American can,, afford to .t ,: i" r
tax collector a few nights and took would like the oolnt deflniteiy. I did think that these ton r
ago to fee settled Bat things ver but the best French castor :" : f
? of
.from tie cash box 60. Fortunately; if the supreme court decides that meant anything erions. I fanofed I ,wa 'were formerly made of thin your being, the on j,
Tax Collector had deposited in the land owner controls tho submerged offering from malaria and doctor Myself and .* Itvaru nat a..* !Pa! *. hundredth. .
Relpnoldl were soft durab'e and
the.bank the days tax. amount'' land to the'cdgo of the channel we have accordingly. But I got no better. I nest both WIP that find thnroantve i'
receipts; noticed a peculiar color and odor about the Shaved lamb or sheepskins were 111 health et that Interesting, :: '
ing to $3,000 Mr. Hants,' the deputy nothing more to fay about it. If, on the fluidal wa passing-also that there were by American CAstora made of they reach manhood and woman- The only q eton Is-are i', \

clerk, believes that the abstraction of a other hand, the court decides that the large quantities on.day and very little the skins from our Western plain. not let th ,m lYr des...nd. Away, willing to tha ; "t
I I.lfeH fore
hold ,these lands ave r s, and that froth melan"bo,1 rOil test
document then in his possession, it being state can all beyond a persistent and scum and 1
treatment rare you
the.only testimony a big law suit was high-water mark, the state would reap a appeared on the sur.'ace, and a- eedtmentettled. Tea: Maharajah of Baroda owns a "yourp'wtlon. A ....rree rrf.'" makers a willing t '
And vet' I did not realiae my pet about 10 feet by 6, made The noblest work of God I'
the' object ot the burglary. large incomo from tho many thousand danger. for, indeed teeing these symptoms: strings of pearls) with center and ti': The seventh annual session of the Florida oyster beds that wou'd spring up aroundour conUnuaUy, I finally became accustomed to They aork to rob you 1/"t
coast. Let the supreme court tackle them, and my suspicion was wholly disarmedby pieces of diamonds, This carpet and to gain thin end would riiih- so the rest is 'doen >, 1
Chautauqua assembly opened at three to and cost :' .out of All need, I : .
the toe fact that I had no pain In toe years weave : you. yon c:1. ? '
DeFuniak Springs a few days ago with a question. ... affected organ or in their -vicinity. Why I It Was made by tb,i order of la..an iKeaalonal medicine nn Invented of that by pay your t 50 ce ts' :\
Tb II. Market. ,drg .
good attendance. The music will be hould baTe been BO blind I cannot under lUo! who it be
designed to a present physician Dr. John bull!, of and the +
furnished this year by tho Schubert For the first time this season the stand. a Ilohamcdan lady who had .. .,called l>r. John Hull's Bart*. tna !

Orchestra, of Jackson, Mich., for the first Orange feel justified and Vegetable in advising Auction its patrons company to land.I consulted I visited the all the best famed medical mineral kill spring In the him. a complete,Riving health regulator" and power of every to If you're wanting, the $Sc o :.' l. '

two weeks, followed by Rogers' band, In America and traveled front Maine to assuring perfect arlf control.
from Goshi n. Ind. The assembly' continues begin shipping good fruit. There is a California. Still I grew worse. No twophysician I that are lad Mil be when you'l gt something better- J
Longest Day
decided Improvement in the market. agreed a* to malady. One '
for five and a half weeks, and gives '. I ;
a series of lecture, entertainments and i Values are a ivaucing and the prospect It aid I was troubled with spinal irritation; *thin "=Xope la adversity and tn ____ --_ If
good. There is little foreign fruit en another, dyspepsia another heart disease; It Is quite important when r,," ."
concert of more flagging interest duringthe another general d..bUltYi another, P. Van Ever P entire course there being at. least route. With moderate weather north of the base of the brain; and congestion so on the longest day !in (no year, to say Headache Cure JUrm- person n* their name an* ad. 4' .L ; J
three entertainments dally; prIces must advance steadily. The buyers through a long lilt of common disease* the part of the world we are speaking quick and positive In artlnn. dress .1 receive InformaUo lew *)Uj will :' 1'
are anxious for good fruit and will symptoms of many of which I really had. as will be seen by reading the 1 rn rrtelpt; of fl per bottle/ )tOllton.n. i. ,. >, 0 tleea' _

,, A very handsome little pamphlet, the pay good price* for it, a* will be seen by In thl way several year passed duringwhich list, which tell the length of the \YyandottestjanseClty.Mo! ... il.lt Qt M. r., .' ., ;
product of the of John Temple time I was steadily growing worau.
pen the below. The fruit in several How -
quotation injured day places. .
condition had become ',
has issued :My really pitiable.The
Graves, just been descriptive
"""of of tho by cold no longer depreciate the priceof slight 1 had at first expert i are child i en of Torn co, Finland, S So \ tr. ';
Colleton "the" coming sea port sound fruit, it is light and wasty and enced were developed into terrible and constant Christmas day is less than. three t\/ ; \ ,.
South Atlantic. Colleton is near Port disorders. My weight had been r.* I.
1 he
not wanted lit price. com- length! :
,Royal and Its principal advantage la a pany urg.s greater any earn iu pocking duced from SOT to 130 pounds. My life wasa i At Stockholm, Sweden, it is 18} is the most popular remedy i+ ,\ ,
bar twenty.two feet deep at low tide. It burden to myself and friend*. I could .. '
I I. that of the the fruit ana for good fruit, well retain no food on my stomach, and I lived in length.At for boils pimples blo'tches. etc. .
I completion ,
packed, is prepared to realize top price wholly by Injection I was a living mass Spltzbcrken the longest day 1 ie t '
'Macon and Atlantis division of the G., right at home fr om this time to the of pain. My pulse waa uncontrolable. la months.At Because, while it never fails to' ,
8., & F. now building will make Colleton end of the season. ;From the outstart my agony I frequently fell to the floor and London, England and .
a great city. The new road with Birmingham clutched the carpet, and prayed for death. cure. 'i
the of Prussia the hai 10 e
the company has opposed policy Morpcine bad little or no effect In adenlag longest day } I
at one end w th its iron and sacrificing the fruit, and has ur.ed the pain. For six day and night I bad thedeathpremonitory At Hamburg, in Germany, and It acts gently, \ '.,1 x
Colleton at the other with its water !
deep ooDltantJ in FrUKSia has .
growers to hold: it bade in their own hiccoughs the longest day 17 'it
is expected'to be one of the best paying Interest, and now, for the first time feels )ly water was filled with tube-cast and At Wart!bury, Norway, the longest builds up the system, :, y' 1 't';

In' the south. justified in advising shipment. albumen.of the I wa kidney truggllug In its lest with stages Brigbt'adisease lasts from May' 21 to July. 83, increases the appetite, 6-i'1':< :
The mand mus suit brought by C. C. Their latest quotations at hand are us While aufferln thus I received a vail from terruption. '

,Warwick, trustee, ,of Phi adelphia by follows: Hall as rivers, $2.73 to $3; my pastor the Bev. Dr. Foot, at that time At 8t. Petersburg, Russia, and and 'm ro health, : /,:' : : \ ,,
Hamlin Stewart of DeLand and A. D. ordinary f.nry, $2.23 to $2.75; trhbt. rector of St.Paul' Episcopal Church, of tbU Siberia! the longest day is 10 hours, substituting ..f '
disease :
Odlin of Or'ando, his attorneys, against In beat counts, $1.75 to $3.23; mixed city.but in I the felt course that It of was conversation our last interview Dr. Foote, the shorti, 5 hour instead of one ." i

'J. B.:: Jordan, clerk of the circuit court sizes, $1.50 to $2; big and rough fruit detailed to me the many remarkable cure of At Torneo Finland Juno 21 brln for another as is the case with t r

of Yolusia county, was heard at DeLand lower. Russets, little if any below brightsin cases like my own which bad come under his day nearly 23: hours long; and ; a
I a few, days ago before Judge J. D. same tizo and quality. Navels $I to observation. A*a practicing phys.clao and one less than three hours in length potash and mercury mixtures. ,

Broome in chambers and decided in $3; tangerines, $3.65 to $ ,60; Mandarins of graduate medicine of the outside schools the, I regular derided channel the idea At New York the longest day is, books on Blood and Skin diseases !..*.'

*" favor of the defendant. This suit was $1.50 to $3: ; grape fruit wnn'ed being any In the least benettcla Ho olicitiouf.., ,IS hours,'and at Montreal, Canada, Atlanta Oa. ,
,j brought to compel the clerk to incorporate at good prices; diop,. culls and frosted however, was Dr. Foote, that Anally'promised 18.-<ded. .N's THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ;
! 113 tax sale certificate in one deed. fruit not quoted. I would waive my prejudice. I began)
' B. Miller of OeLtind for the its use on the first day of June 1881, and A Great
s ,Jt appeared Flcrlda'ta dlai.The took it according to direction At first it Industry. ___ __ I -----.-.::.::. ::_ : .'
I clerk. This is a very important decision following{ U from the evening Tele sickened me bus this I thought wa a good While Dorrnshlro Fiance Spain, Cold M DR. SCHENCICS
q and will probably be taken to the gram of Jacksonville Florida is having lip for me in my debilitatcondition, t ada and a few other countries ,
I supreme'court by the plaintiff attorneys. a good winter season and all of us are continued to t.kllt; the sickening sjnnatlon In enormous quantities I took Rick
glad of it. Our hotel men are gent'emen departed and I was tnally abl.to retain food Carolina
I upon my stomach In a few day I noticed Florida and Georgia one I TOOK SEW'D
Sanford may properly be congratulated who have stuck to Florida through thick a decided change for the better, a* also did meets show.lhat three three States 9
'; upon having such intelligent and competent and thin and are .ith us still. Must of my wife and friend My hiccough onued made and are making stride ''S
them have hotels in tho north where\ and I experienced less than formerly I ,
I city officials; Never in the history they pam dreamed of two decode ago. It i I.
at this Improved condition Xaargalliv0iarefatDYSPEPSIA,
:: of the city has it. exh:bitod such evidences entertain the .summer ,wanderer, and we that,*o upon rejoiced what I had believed but a few that there are 230,000 men
"' substantial prosperity. The railroad when they have him within their doors daya betore wo vowed to this country and in Europe In ,

I and banking interests more particularly they fill him up with Florida literature the presence of myamilyan1 friatid, this plant food. ThIS amount ) ; IY A.dallDhlnl.esofh.d.Ireodrtullpeen

{! present wonderful examples of marvelous along with other first-clans victuals and, should recover, I would both publicly and mined i i. 0,000,000 ton*. Lnst 1 1 U 1M") jk-

I growth. Five years ago the then littlo the result is a visit to Florida in tho sea privately good of Humanity make know, wherever tab remedy and wneaever for the I South Carolina mined one-tenth of .,.... -'.., '

South Florida system furnished all the son when people with delicate throa's r bad an opportunity and this letter U In fulfillment mount, and sent 230,000 tons to XUULTt Ink.*wl'h (mat ttmOH l.all,
.. railroad facilities the city h d. To-day weak lungs or livers that go out of business ot that vow. My improvement was and Germany My Meals flMilllljr. rvr *!.!*
she baa six( railroad line terminating in the cold season don't feel like facing constant truce that tim.., and in Lisa than allDngglda. ivIc.elAMperMail.. 1.
important of northern three month I bad gained twenty-elr pound take ) ask oo Lneys 1..n41hnl""
the terrors latitude I My Host '
limits Taxei. Or.J.H.
within her Avoiding
corporate : -
Their labor lot ol in mesh became entirely free from pain and ... ION '/eJ
missionary bring us VIQOaOUS ENOVHW TO TAKe
I't: while a seventh is approaching 'completion. I believe owe my life and[present condition An amusing example of the
visitor and di' the thanks of all I CAN LAY MV HANDS. OM
.. The banking intends show tcarce- tbey serve wholly to Warner's /Bate: Cure, the remedy resorted to by people to escape I
Florida. We like the winter visitor. nit too roes :
within the period which I used U afforded firmer of -VASELINE- r
ly'less Improvement by a prominent
or Pure Cod SCOU'l
should be He has cash to spare, and doesn't Duce my recover.I have thoroughly reinvestigated -
named. These mind it to have the subject ot kidney dlQlcultle* fayette, Oregon.wh'i claimed an
exclusive tq the outside world that Sanford spending and Bright' disease: and the truths developed $200 against his ement on ONLV CURKD wy lurli poll A ONT.D1)1LAR Dlt.t.s"l.e r ,
time while he by was
figuratively speaking is not built a good are astounding. I therefore state, deliberately indebtedness Investigation of his (' .IIII1OII OUT SOIL wewUld.Ilv.vnc.w all eharvM, to aa*
''aaodyloulldatlon." about it. He is Were for a pleasant sea and as a physician, that I believe the board of showed U*Dol. 4 IHMM, all ot UM taituwh.* }
upon a by equalization is how rgriiso 1-
IOn, an i he etshismoney's worth. 'Our more CAa oae-kai/tk dtatlu which occur '
Mann in interview America caused by BHaht't ditttut he owed the (200 sure enough. It ON MY BONES bottles .
Ex-Senator A. 8. an hotel men give him first-class accommodations in are O ...e hoiU of.Tu' t
regarding the glut In the orange market, and our climate presses the but. of tee kidntut. This may sound like a rasa due the county for back taxes O? A FOUND A I>AY. t CMJarof VHa.UiM ., .
statement, but fans prepared to fully verify had to _Philadelphia edger Orr ha o .' .
vu' '
p j.
MltK. e
Ii, lay: "A to the market 'slumpinsr! no ton and does the rest. All are happy 16. Bright1 disease has no distinctly features T AS KAULY AI 11'10 OM.Cake"VII 0 0.u.neeeel, l -
peculator or buyers of'toy kind had and all satisfied, and Florida flourishes." of it. own indeed It often develop IS NOT!11 NO Mf.W. OH e.."VI._ "'<|.MIlTaaMt marktt in the kidney A Great Hagnifer. : IS IMUNLI: WONDtK* Oae WalM YI.eU.e, r TTk o
anything to do with that. The Speaking of railroads it sats: "The without any pain whatever or .

j broke because just after the cold snap railway is the modern pioneer bat invades their vicinity), other but has com the.Don symptoms eomplalaLHnndrdi ofnearly Customer-Will this telescope & M-" ).,OTIIII.r ._ ;;

.which frosted some of 'the fruit, the the wilderness ana opens it up tosett'ement every of people die daily, whOM burial the objects* very near' '- -D/.It.. ._d M a '

*growers began rushing it forward. This and civilization It .roes are authorize by a physlciaa'ccertificat a* Dl'afer-Nearl I Why, sir, it bring nlI Si .r w.A Pwse e., /eap/ea ens. I
frosted fruit depressed prices, and the where the less adventurous men of t:ii. occurring from "Heart Disease," "Apo object so your that you cm put out --I..a w.wu+ Aw Mills .
bottom dropped out for over three weeks. day and generation do ,not dare go plexy Rhouroatlam: ," 'Paralysis," "PneuinouaV," Spinal Complaint and otter," hand and touch them.-Taalte / ao r: I Cbu.br.4h "Silk. v_ ta,. ace, j

But the whole business 1* in fine shape and then the settlers follow and peoplethe common complaint, when In reality It i* i MAUS
All the frosted Ton Dyspepsia, ln I for the wild and
now grower once solitary rear happy from Bright disease of the kidney Few disorder. lue li"wo'.lreo Ulliorm. Tlie i I Iu..il."U.vLr ,
I .fruit ha been shipped. What remain 1 ia bomsteads. To no other agency does physicians, and fewer people realita the ex T owtc.It rebuild. the sy.tem.class the Ik..e. Ftif MOXE
in prime condition. Price cannot help lorida owe *o much as to her railroads. tent of thl disease or it* dangerous and Insidious ,. and atnIOI,( WDI the iniuulea A PMud.l aad la.ll,quick- L .rW.n..I .< I
lo tat weak and debUlUiod purtoIt In II d and "' d ,
being good from now 00.Hut.. the nipper Within a few they have tracked nature. It steals into the system tike : n..
year ttt | fT pf4jtei
a thief,, manifest its U at all the 7Aee9ili.Iinisw. _
Dot overload one market. prw-nca by ... L ,. 1 i
must W. ha.,
any hammock and pine and stretched out common** -nsand fa.tensttsdf In They must, watch the output closely. from the east to the west and from the the constitution before the victim I II aware root -. w.LOOYIS j

For the first time this season I have advised north to the south, simplifying! the problem of ,.. it nearly ..hereditary uas consump A New Depart ore !. Ike Me.,.. & HMAtOatlocu f
the grower to rend their fruit of communication and traunpor at on tion quite a* common and ae fatal., Mr.A. K. itawkee the Optician so PILLS '1.tNe. ;
forward. If they do, they'll get good and ad ling towns and cities to the existing Entire families, iaoerlUog it from their an ly known..lli. proprietor Hmwkoe'<"' /
restors have died and of the
yet none Dum llaod !ADM&. baa lately added la tils bt.-I PROF. LOISETTE'S NEW
a price for it. fit in great numbers" ber knew or realised the mysterious power the _DUf clur. of mil kind or eye Bias SICK HEADACHE. '
.<"* St. Petrrb'r.Way.Get It. which wee removing them. Instead of common spectacle lenMO. Tills factory U run by MEMORY BOOK8
?' the Belt symptom it often shows Done whatever Iris motor power and la I be Ant ors Cents a Box.run'VEITREMCDtED. I crakdaal two >milIMMiryTs M. '
of .
Representative Orange operated lo the South. On account of .
but brings death suddenly, from ooo- skmt "rll run Talitaa of '
8 INGERSOLL'S CHARITY. rapid loe......of the already IniinvnM aautazErH. I' ol.,
the % Petersburg : ALL amtr wed amMdHUOttt
railway company, Tulstoos apoplexy or heart dista** A*one _. llawko. .. 4. .t
IttoM of tills ho )fro AJa* PmpoMM F!
and ever l who ass suffored. and know its bitter KT .
;4C Land Improvement company experience tuaummrr K> atari Ibis factory, and U I N or <>ttl
extensive: land bolder in the neighborhood His Donation of a Two Thousand what he says 1 Implore everyone brrpandto fill all ocultau .. -: '' Loutar rx, WJ rifUlAT*,lies To*
who reads these' word* not to neglect the abort nolle. Tb factory la at 19 ; -,
who happened S
( of St.. Petersburg, Dollar Lecture.A lightest sympcotn: of kidney ou1t1. No and the salesroom and wi.ole ale deparl Greeij hnt Stretcher IRON FENCE
to be in Tampa, attended the recent IS- Helena, Montana dispatch of Monday one sea afford to haaard such caaoeee.. at U Whitehall ...,..,..Atlanta O.. ..... at UamnL Aoiborot and atklr : DUTY. arrvus tanCCMETCHV .. .x
ion of the naval commission examining % I snake the foregoing etatemaat based] jfrvlmmtnmu o n. _
Witter of the a LAWN
: Ex-Speaker re = .114-:1
says ( I' .
facts which I awe
into the cite for the Jocati n on the Gulf vipon can substantiate to the llWThlrW e !
; .. FftEK
publican house, and his wife both died letter. The welfare of those who caaypoetMy offer On Ban4..1 Dollar reward : .IU Wa Wwo IMMM B CATWUI
of Mexico ,of a government drydock"and last week of pneumonia, and left. two bt sufferers such a* I was lean ample, .e -.f mterrl wmI ca&a4f\ be J. RICE.AJAUIM"J"'ll3
resented the claim of SU Petersburg inducement tons to take the :: Nallyatanh I are.
y Col. Itrjjf oll heard of step { have, Bin
harbor. The commission went from Port penniless girls. r and U I can successfully warn other from ..J.Cu...f A to, h-,"Toledo IJrauu : *XOMOM
the fund being raised for them and offered We. the uadsrayssd. have know ): t "
.. ...
-Tampa to St. Petersburg and pent sometime the committee a lecture,declining a shareof the dan path which I one walked Cheney fur he Lot U palls.awl ....Iev. _w r_ui ._ -
1 am willing endure aU professional" w w -- --
the of the land and berfectlr botkuraM la all ImmlUM tra ..
examining slope k a..kw
the receipt and insisted on buying his personal Ito 1I II & fioaih awl Bnaociallr able to wry ml aa "l t::. a.- t 1 peiserlbe .tuna.
ether natural surroundings. The commissioner own tlckt I.. Saturday night the Urgent /. B. DIOlf, M. a wiaiiou.WM. by t.wultrua. u .big U calf

were unanimous ia their at ex-the audience ever seen in Montana listenedto aocaa.nn.1f. Y.. December MLA VkaT '!IW" M IxiUMl DnwglaU, .Y.u.iawp. ,. ita ",'aro"dy w... I TO ew cocSslrri 1 haw. a U.ItltlUKAlCAH.M Lrialewtala cue O

and surprise ." pAlAtara. KUVAJI ia4 "'* AiU Viniuon iron r.r.
Two tUY" W
his lecture "Phakespeare. -
operb location of St. Petersburg. They thousand dollar* were reaJIiotl. Valuable Dof ia.luldo.0. .....4.U .... H. IHH,... M. t. urewbya._ WebawaMIimaIstlrlrlOs AauttMau.

> state with perfect frankoes that while h..atar'We: blodewd ,, oat isyt J'Iwt
.9. site yet visited presented all the Prever-'-What it tho point st issue{aea IDle faersof directly ii..,upoattt'- Te*liauaiitU 11I-...,'t .. ac E. -i M..5: .r ._

\' features of aa ideal location, St. Petersburg Aa dilly Kit .? Property.In *-of Jsffz rs. Henderson, which baa Prlcr We.per UHU Moid bjf lui. : .ti.....u..uuTu.a.lFR E DTCChsal.

of them, from been dragging through the courts soloogP .... Iddbprarsi ,
possessed very many this the gallery of the United StatesCircuit ... .., 4. = ull' a

which it may be safely Inferred that Court Is a pile of oak timbers trouble the If troubled with say rnaato qulWt .... __41.. A. N, d, ,..' Etve+ '
point stands a* good a chance of being to batter dews La.yer-1'be began over writ a>*.doocrlWu* caw. Uoa --- --- --. r ._ 1f!
that look strong enough of valuable coon dog. The CIa -male. aid quick at mil pe
ownership a r* #
selected a* any other.lepe1ast.a the building id the city Lyia for PartlpaUn bf ...U........ V O p!" ...... _
biggest been On about
has going
.. ky ! _La. Mr*. Dr.>
The tabulation of the population of apart they suggest nothing six years and has cost the contestants bmuuw.K.rloe:tuta tit.AtUnu,Oa,
counties bA. been completedwith to the mind, but when they are put together nearly 20,000 so far." ,
.. .
by that Aeorrectdnntttasotksine..le Bat Cough Uedtelao. Kocommended br Physician*.
the following result: Alachua 2),. properly they make gallows Pn-jrr-"Who will win the dog eventually &loa to 4e Botbtan.A Cure where all eiso fall i'l a.aul and aereeablo to the

1M; Baker, 8.333 Bradford 7.310; i* eighteen feet high and has a history. do you thiakrLawyer"The tlTt ttl boo* to when rbMrfal taatu Cklldren take it without objection. Itjr dragsiatawCUHMtTirt }

; -retard, IOh Calhoun, 1.C81; Cihued The gallows is the property o/the United dog Oh, be died early .1.,. Tberoanbott ell..rl81 or btr*
834;.(lay, MM; 'Colombia 12,817 i Bute Government. On it were banged U the second year"_Jf Viukly. Ualtk a..le tWjf ar*cociutonally' ..... 3g

Da.1e. 801; DeSoto, 4,744! Duval 28,. Rick the pirate, and Gordon the slaver. B il'a Wurm LA LroYCKAA
been used ia and the h b estimated that water leaking t U training tot
890; Escambi: 0,188; Franklin, 8.308; It ha not yean nget toy a. '
Oadsdja, 11,894; Hamilton ,r.G1; possibility of its being: called into aervkw through a hole just largo enough to paa* wait. [KOU8H. KtO CtOSi o"MO. B.41 T j

Ueinamio. ..nlli IIiUaborous\,- again is unlikely. But it i* carefully a needle through, during twentyfourbarn n.lIfcrppetl tnt by l>.. Kuwe'e 0.
Jackson, order that BO at a 14-pound pressure, would be I'D" .: hare.'ve., ru aIL.. nm d !
141; Holme. 1,236; preserved ia probably, .. I'nailM awl at '
17,6'"; Jefferson, 15757; LaFayette, mao may be encouraged to commit sufficient to supply a booM) for a day. CtU.tn\ l*. Ktii ..art Arch' .w.. P54... i.&m..51.Taaea.NUALAcesa.utas.&5, u. -. \ w.rNr.W i,. ,
Leon. i Tho waste through; one-inch pipe under L.r +.. .. _
I.t8G; Lake 2,031; Lee. 1.414, capital crime on Government territory O de .oau4 Ma&'l"'" .T. .t' .
1T.733: : ; Levy 1.5dGi; LiLwtv, 1,452 became there is BO gallows ready oa I the wet condition woutd be 1,140 caI !- _,..{ "ccia7ymAa +aa,,sss Ue/. r w =,rer.= .T M "", Warn't -

)tsdimn,14,116, j ilanattee. 2,895: ; 3Ia- which to hang him,-A'w JV &*+ I 1ons. '."'. ..1 oU Looal.ew ,.&" rr..w
Sioa.: "'.Tal s MOBTO. 18.780 Jf a aja. '



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k INDIAN RIVER Jim.Harrison, that, after various futile ';
,., attempts to obtain leave of "I7C .
had at length succeeded, 'and: ,. ;:: :! hi -r--r1.1 "mp 8 4 bJ CLOTHINQ

t "Su>tiny South." Highly h'rnt'
Eau Game in my sail boat, and ? C t! & )
him at Tltnsville on arrival of r $ tI h= pfI M h HATS SHOES: ;

RUA OALLIbrrL He was full of Joyous t'I : ,
A!'{ ] Es8.
( '
his shone he O o JUST RECEIVED l
eyes when caught 1 1AT
f'' broad bosom of the river scarce "
THE In both his and exclaimed: 5 ira
... by the wind, lies like molten IrI a6
my boy! how you have ; =: dIoIJ
lustrous silver beneath the glorious brown as a berry; and rm so A JlI I Oj; m cdt 5'';' $ ; }
beams of a tropical moon. The stately +w o""
you, old man I I" "And rm 2. tP mdo8
pines, the graceful palms, with columnar see you too, my boy!I" I cried ., ",Mc p 51r 0"III

trunks and dark, green fan-Uke fronds; don't think you're changed at ; M o1 ,, Sales Every !

the huge,majestic-bearded oak -worthy the same as ever I I think (U u : '1JL Special Monday
.of Druidical homage-line the shore like if
yon are here for a week or so, a fo 4h
entlaols, and cast their,deep shadows i JH
will the of
tip lily
'Into the cool, majestic depths of. the a most delicate rose"your ; ; am F Eie J. P. TURNER & CO'Groceries
waters. It Is a "MidsummerWight's it 5J'
'translucent sn
"All right, 'Barkis Is ;

Dream" In the month'of January mohogany wouldn't mind to cover receiving my a oc (j) h 1a n J H E. ? :E3e.. .:C -=::

Oberon and Queen Mab are surely Jim! You're dark enough for a cIi; Q ; ; i J

porting'through the flickering light and chief; if four years made you en L'J' tcIi if It Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilize
O') r. '
shadow tfeise branches. .
of lightly-moving what will eight years do?" pH II 11 ,

The eloquent murmur of the'"mighty "Give it up," said I; "can't .g" ft ia I call the Attention"of the People of Indian River to my Stock of .
deep" which carries such thrilling mem more anyway-I say, Jim, {j} .rn 0 P'al8 :' G-roeeries : s
& I :Fruit
Staple nncy ,
odes to all thinking human souls, falls aboard' -

like distant music from- far-off spheres I proposed then that we ] :; I.I r rm m1S' m And Food ProductsOf
the'restless fevered Drain soothIng Stock of
\! upon leisurely down the river, !! All Kinds. Also My

caressing, yet evoking that undefln- various points to view the M r Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
is full of if ,. ,
able yearning which so mysterious gardens, to which Jim (U I Ground Food and Wheat. ',

longing for a purer And fairer existmce plied. We first ,stopped at i I' am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above'line oft

than finite mortal can grasp or attain wherO' JIll! forgot all about the I Goods I buy clone, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit'(

on earth. of his long journey by railway -I. --- your patronage. Very truly,
/"Well, Jim," said I, "that'. very :EJ. L. I3IZ:: T'Y. i
ing over the beautiful groves JAMES HOLMES, President
good somewhat poetical think but COUNTY
; ; live gardens and
don't you think there is a suggestion or with the ; was Southern ALBEIT A. TAYLOR, Secretary. GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM
sonpcon of what one might call tranquil Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law. .
which met
us everywhere.
mendaclty in that longing, yearning cent oak., measuring six to BANK INDIAN RIVER '
'business}1$put's one in mind of what's diameter, which dotted the Robbins & Graham :
,his name In the. opera where the love-
mocks; the deep gloom of ,
sick ladles fall round him in Bathetic attitudes ,
penetrable vegetation where ESTATE
and with soulful REAL
longing eyes
never shone 'on the rich
ling to him""That'll Estate'De"alerse
beautiful stretches of prairie : Real
do, Will; drop it. Don't interfere ;
round and oval clump. of '
with me while rm In the vein; $100,000. EXCHANGE;
in which the red deer lie
I've plenty of inspiration, but so delicate Interested him immensely. .ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED. \
eaneacent-It. like the shadow for
-so Equipped
of .a cloud flying'swiftly o'er hill and We left with regret, and COCOA Indian River FLA. Members of Brevard Abstract of Title.Company '
its Branches
Tale-Impossible to hold." Hardeevtlle, City Point, I '

"Alright, Jim; I was only giving you other where Jim points proceeded, we lay-to to vapor at I ---- ,Titusville, Breyard Co., Florida

my opinion, and I always thought that Iodize. Lulled to slumber by t Security. Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and ,. -
was worth something. What's this, I Ipoetry' P. O. Box 2CU;
muring waters, we slept $: Sell All Kinds of'llcnl Estate and Sole
Oh, hang It, Jim, I don't wantto Exchanged. We Buy anal are Agents fort
daybreak; and then, after large list of ojly-seleoted: Properties in all parts of Brevard county. -
read any more. Well, if I must, I fast, went ashore, where the : ; I. RELIABLE Inform.tlon furnished as to character, location and value of any Pro.

must. limitless extent of Cashier. All inquiries will be promptly perty on Indian River;> .,
0 "Oh! Indian River orange I of a general Real Estate bus In-
lovely trxngac"on:
Our facilities) ) for the
Bright Jewel of this sunny clime; with golden fruit shining \ IJ. F. WOOTKX. and reliably answered. 11 i iI and every effort will be mad'to give perfect satisfaction to, Intending Purchaser

Like to the star-gemmed river glossy green of the leaves, the I who may favor us with their 1at.ron8ge.
That belts the blue sublime of,starry blossoms exhaling NO Properties listed unless the Title is PerfectSpecial
>21e lustrous milky way, made Jim almost gasp with attention given to Colonies And Syndicates desiring large bodies of Low-
Who itufl see thee and not praise Steamship Co. Priced Lands.
.astonishment. We were
The witching beady: Of thy shoresOh Write for Descriptive Catalogue.
where and 'treated
1 silvery Rio D'al.s"Well royally
princes of hospitality-Southern
it could be worse, yon know. .
.,Let 'me tell you something. There's an menLeaving EDWARD STILING
,'old diplomat who lives a few miles below ,
Oallie In due season, where
here who can do better than that.Listen
enchanted with the
Jim, while I recite what he rolled again lovely
once Cocoa Indian River Florida
surrounding the charming bay, ,
Off to me with the charming
nestled like a jewel between the ; Deer
which characterizes him
_ : and where I introduced him to '
"I am going down to Indian River
Where the orange blossoms grow; elor apartments.* Jim declared Paints Hardware Stoves Tinware & Agateware
I am going down to Indian River perfectly happy; and that evening ,

Where there is no ice nor snow sitting on the veranda enjoying PLUMBERS' A :MILL SUPPLIES: OILS, GLASS A PUTTY, TABLE
I am going down to Indian River breeze Exhausted! himself in -
you ;
1 am going down to Indian River describe the beautiful sunset Charleston and Florida ,Lines. & WIRE CLOTH.
_ There to live for evermore. of Italian climates," said he, "

"There you are, all epitomized In a sets-(did you ever, In Italy, the '
few word What's the good of your of France, or any other famous Steamships of this Line are ap m

voluminous description?" enjoy such a divine climate as as. follows :

"With all possible solemnity, my dear here in Florida The Fountain of STAltDAED( TTIOC.)

WU1, let me Intimate that as a JournalistIt Is to be found here-look at that : STEAMER From:Florida.Jacksonville.

Is my aim to use graphic, picturesque lIlt not gorgeous." The heavy, ; .".:....ALGONQUIN ..,.8enday F.b. 15th. a. '.00 A. K
language, else how can I describe the up domes of clouds rolling .. ....."CHJtROIJ: ':.,.....Tu.aday .F.b. 17th, at 11.00 A. X. t"I
: ,
I'.b. 19th. at 1.00 P.
beauties of this lovely stream. Whereon I azure deep. were glowing in their x."YEMAmK1Eb'.Thursday K.'SaMINOLEJ ,,..;.,..Sund.y F.b. 22d. at 1,80 P. 1r.w
M."IWXIUOIS. :........ .
with fire which spread .Tuesday Feb.I4th at .00 A. r p
earth Is there another spot where ruby at.s"ALOONtdUL.r".......Thursday. Feb. 26th, at ',00 A. ..
you and I can recline peacefully on the and melted into snowy silver .. 1I..CHEROKItE.... .......Sonday. IIlar. l.t. at 800 A. ..
cabIn of our good old sloop (la shee.old, mountain tops. A gigantic ......"YKMABSKK..Tuesday. .........Tbunda1.. Mar Mar.' 8th 9d.. at al 11.30.A.10.00 4.. .... -.........

by-the-way) and read plainly by the opalescent everchanging spears of .:D :Et SASa:: Brass: rr3rLIC "

splendid' flood of light which envelope and gold were throbbing and Lime & Cement Shingles & Lath.
us in silver? Where, oh! where could in the bosom of infinite space, Guns Ammunition
Johns River Line. and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,GauzeDoors ,
you or I recline calmly, and giving oneself which the faint shadows of the Cook Stores and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;

to dreams, catch on paper a reflection pinions of night were gently and Intermediate ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a.Specialty. Lawn Mowers lew
of intoxicating (visions; which Below and across the whole Points on Cream Freezers; Brick, lIme, Cement and

the ethereal beauty of this shadow of horizon lay a glimpse of paradise. the St. JohnsRlver. Table and Pocket Chimney Cutlery Pipe; Mouldings Flags A ,Bunting Scroll Work; ete..etc

Paradise-this reflection from the shin and rivers of sapphire.. Inlaid Catalogues card. '
-- The elegant!Iron Side-wheel Steamers ;sample and size lists sent tree on application. Correspondence
ing gates of pearl, calls up In fleeting, islands, jewelled the celestial ajLCKsoisr TILrI.E solicited and estimates furnished promptly. D
evanescent thought-would that I could the skies- ,
do It justice" "Jim, do come to bed please; Copt. W. A. SHAW,

"This Is too much, oh, Jim. Have I be up early" >. 'K DE BAR;" ,
T. W. LUND Jr., J. S. Co.
ever donejou any injury that you crush C Spanish name for Indian Watson
dally except Saturday at S JO p. m, and from Sanford, i .
me with all. that twaddle Well, let it dally except Sunday,at ft../m. ,
out and then we will turn In. I suppose SCHEDULE.
,For Charter by Hour or f
If you don't work it all off it will bead
bubble now, ............JackionTille...................Arrive 11.45 r. M. COn1.
out in your dreams. The 30ft cabin launch, ................ralatka...Lear. 7.00 p. jc, ission
......Astor........ .e
"Listen to the gentle zephyrs from the is for charter, by the hour or ..............St. Francil... 12.43 1X0 P.. M1 M
wondrous Orient; they are pilfering the point on Indian River.- ...,...........Boearonl. ...,................ 11.45 r A. M' AND
any ............Bine Springf.......... u 11.00 .' R
fragrance from masses of snowy orange W.Jerome, Rockledge, Fla. 23 ..............Sanford.....-.. II '.OA a. *'
bloasouts-sleeping like lustrous pearls ..,..........EnterprUe...... .< ajo A. .' x 'x
on a carpet of emerald and diffusing Capt Lund's new store is and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville: *
the : Jr.. FloridaFsu.nge Agent,88 West BayS,..JackwmrUle Fla. I
generous perfume with unstinted rapidly pushed forward., g R on wharf foul ogaa Street JackeonTilla,Fla.
measure. Watch the silent dreamlike Freight Agent,root Laura Street J yWe.l'la.
,foot Laura Street,Jacksonville,Fla. Dealers in Fertilizers
gliding of that yacht as it cornea from Special Bargain Manager,S Howling Green New York.
the shadow into the broad luminous ,Aatt.Trafflo Manager 5 Bowling Green,New York. ,

tracks of silver with the water-diamonds That fine business lot on Broad & CO., GenM Agents., I*. Henderson Ac Oo's Garden Seeds,

flashing ahead; see her depart into the Just west of Indian River "" 0 BwUng 0......New lerk.

phantom land of shadows. All mel I We office. Fronts 60 feet on railway. Orange Boxes (Crates & paper.

are but shadows. and- building now occupied by J. S. ,

"Tea,, and don't you think that's A Co. Price 1,600.00. Very easy


night, mooning like a romantic Idiot.Don't For Sale.A Agents for the C. F, T REFRIGERATOR CARS.
know have
you we more places to wm..b
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visit before we get home to.monow'rm. very desirable cottage In TITUSVILLE, Dealred., and and TRACED tee that they are properly WiDED.ICED.81LinED
to Declination. ,
.blest if I want to listen to any more tusvtUe situated on an extra We will
yearning. Come on and give a hand toget suitable for gardening. Good Atlantic. Indian River Fla.L we will Buy Buy And aU SeU kinds of Fruits Vegetables, Furs and Skins; In fie'

these cots ready and we'll go to and neighborhood. Also 40 anything offered to us.

deep" land with house and young orange M. MABBETTE, PBOPB. Correspondence solicited on any wants you may hare. ,

"All right WIlL Don't be annoyed; and other tropical fruits, near Sailing Respectfully, J. S. WATSON* CO."Advocate" *.

you know the River is new to me, and and S) mile from Titusvllla. -

"What infinite variety other scene these fine properties will be This I. the most central Hotel In town,
clo,.. cheap for the next SO days. For Job
But life on this fair Rivermight be an and terms apply to J. B. Terry, 4 APPOINT. and Is only one minute's walk from the Printing Office

endless joy" old, N. Y., or to Jones A Hallway Depot, and close to Steamboat

I had received word from aa old chums torneys, at THusvtlle, Fla 23- 2 per Dar Tendings. 18 HAS A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF NEW TYPE O? THE LATEST
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