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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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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CHURCH NOTICES. -Mr. W. A..Baugh, the banana king -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. W'fa1, of Yon --Episcopal; church service next Sunday -Mr.: Kcnbrook Sams, of Courtney -Mr. and Mr*. F.- II. Robert, '<
gave our office a pleasant call today.Mr. ken N. Y., were In town Tuesday.Rev. -morning* at 11 ami evening at 7:30 arrived In town yesterday. Miss S. R. Cleveland, 0., wore in town Wednesday. y
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EPISCOPAL CnCKCH. and Mrs. Baldwin, of Beltimore J. T. huntington and son came o'clock. The Rev. B. F. Brown will Sams accompanied him. -Th. Sweeney paused up heavily ,

7 Divine eerrlce every Sunday) morning at 11. Md., were In town Monday.Mr. .' Into town from their place at Aurantla officiate, -Mr. E. P. Branch, one of Melbourne's leaded at one a. m. this morning. _

fourth Rev.B.Sundays F. Brown-morning will officiate at 11 the and second evening and at D. S. hutchinson who has been on Monday for a short time.A =Mr:do Comcau and Miss W. Anderson prominent merchants, was In town yes -Tbe merry-go-roiuMt has been doing

,7)4 o'clock. quite ,ill, is now much better we are new piano arrived here yesterday of New York, who have been spending quite a thriving business since it arrivedin

Sunday Communion School at t o'clock second p.Sunday m. In 'the pleased to note. from the Mathunh'ek Piano Co., of New few days .in town, left for Mel- terday.Mr.: P. S. Johnston manager of the town. 1

m1oy.. Rev. B.' F. BROWS, Rector. Money t Money! ,Money 1 t I to Haven Ct., for the Masonic hail.Messrs. .. bourne'on'Mond.iy.Mr : Seville Poultry Farm, was In town this -The Right Rev. Jean Moore, D. D.

loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins&: W. N. Camp and S. F. *., A. Cole. of Baltimore: Md., morning. of i>t. Augustine registered at the Grand

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Graham Titusville Fla. GlbbH?, came up to town, from Melbourne will do.ftahonable dressmaking at the -Mr. S. C. Usher and Mrs. Usher and* View Tuesday evening., "'

Preaching every Sabbath at 11 a.m. and TK, -New, fine summer clothing custom yesterday. Mr. Camp is about realdenc! (af Mrs. E. IT. Titus. Cutting child, of City Point,were In town Monday -County Solicitor Jai-T. Sander ex a a'
p. m. Sabbath School at a:30 a.in. Prayer to visit his Banana river and l4t
I* meeting every Wednesday evening at T:30. made will be a specialty in our new Im- property on flying\ a spcclall and Tuesday. pests to leave town to-day for a abort R

., Her. JNO. For Pastor. portations. E. & W. collars and cuffs. -Mr. and Mrs.! Percy C. Williams and -Mr.EL J. Tiffin will give a dissolving Aldonnan J. Q. Tilghman, of Paint- trip through the north and west 1 1Mr.

C Gardner &; Son. 4* Mr. and Mrs. Thos. A. Adams, of Brook. view and also a reading of Scotland.tomorro" ka, was In town Tuesday and Wednes --: F. E. Heath\ of New York arrived '

BAPTIST CHURCH. lyn N. Y., were visitors to town, Wed evening (Saturday) at Cocoa hero hid to the
of Tuesday on
4th Sunday at 11 a.m. andV7M I -Mr. and Mrs. W; S. Conner Tren day. way
< Preaching every
school Sunday at 4 p.m nesday. They were on their way north. for the'beneflt of Courtney Sunday beautiful Dummlt .
p. m.Sunday every ton, N. J., who have been spending a -The steamer Sweeney had eighteen grove.
0;. Prayer meeting every Thursday at 914, p.m. School and church. Admission e
Library
Rev.A. D. Con SH,Pastor. few weeks at Lake Worth, started for -On Friday last, Dr. Mitchell assisted, hundred boxes of orange on board on -Mr. Ja*. M. CodmanAn Boston' ''y

Charlotte Harbor Tampa and other pla- by Dra. Miller and Bacon, of Jacksonville 60. pents; children 25 cents. her Monday's up-trip. crack shots, Is still enjoying himself at

'I CATHOLIC CHURCH. ces on Saturday last, for a short stay. amputated the foot and ankle of -Capt. J. F. McCarty,- of Oak Hill, Messrs. Laflln and Washbnrn, who Canaveral Club of which ho Is -a mem. r4

K '. Mass and Sermon at tot{ o'clock a.m. Sunday -Mr. and Mrs. John Present, of Calais Mr. Ed. Raney, who was Injured by the was in town,.last Friday and Saturday, started Wednesday, en a hunting trip, ber. '
q morning at Hasonlo ball. cars last week. The foot and ankle was and our office a pleasant call. He "
..;, Rev J.F.C'DorLa Rector. Me., have been In town a weekor gave had to return in consequence of a mishap -If "CUUon" had started,out In the
ground into a pulp. The amputation brought down the EnglishmanMr. -
,j' so, and expect to leave for Lake young to the rudder of the boat. They same spirit ho exhibit In- yesterday a
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under chloroform-was, we learn, exceedingly Walker-the friend of the late Mr.
METHODIST CHURCH. 1 Worth this or next week. We under- made another start yontorday. tar he would have bad bin question
.. well performed.Mr. Bosanqnet, who was recently killed by
Treachingeverytetand third Sundays, at 11 stand they are on,their honeymoon. -Stop at the TltusvUle Meat Market, answered and our respect.Mr. .
I i! >,a.m.and T p.m. Sunday School every Similar and Mrs. A. E. Kingsley and the bite' of a rattlesnake at Daytona.
? at 1 JO p.m. All are cordially Invited to attend. General Stephen Mi Weld a Boston I Mr. Walker-who ha fully recovered on Washington Avenue, when you come Wm. M. 'Brown started fOr.
Miss S. E. Austin of Rockledgc came
Rev. C. 8. Bran, FaHtor.It cotton king arrived here yesterday afternoon up to town for a short, time the,begin\ from the effects of the rattlesnake pol to town.. Fresh- eggs, chickens, vegeta- I Jacksonville on Monday.for the purpose ,

on his way to Canaveral flub, ol of the week. 'They all our son he tucked from the bite-loft for St. bles, beef, pork sausages Tenncsee butter or meeting l\lra., Brown's mother who

r Distances by Steamer from Tltusvllle which he In a trustee and .also the lung office a pleasant call Monday gave and Mr. Angustlne on Friday' noon train, where etc. E. J, Davis, manager. t.f. arrtvoil hero yesterday ; i

to Miles.Hardeeville secretary. Kingsley did not fall to enroll his name he was to b* one of a party ingnged In -Mis* M. Allmnth, of New York, arrived -Mr*. S. P. Blake and daughter Mrs, xli

2 ..'..12 There was a cash balance of over among our ever-Increasing list of sub a shooting match.- here yesterday afternoon, on a Teal the mother and sister of our lately #

Courtney .... ., 14 $500 In the town treasury last week. scribers. Mr. Kingsley reports businessat visit to )fr. and Mrs. G. W. Morton, of deceased fellow-townsman :Mr. J. C. "

Sharpes 17 For the first time in several years the the New Rockledge Hotel as being In i'Varrant1 Mortonh'urst, with whom she will' probably Blake, started for their home In Providence

Ii City Point. 18 town is out of debt and able to pay as flourishing condition.The .- remain a few months. ,. K. I., on Wednesday morning'
Indianola .... .. 20 a Satisfaction and Quit-Claim
.. 22 It goes. --Tho ladles will give an Ice-cream and train.
Merritt editor of this paper has been Deed jLoufet for Sale at the Anvo- '
Cocoa, ... ... 24 -The fancy dress and masqueradeparty charged with being the author of those CATS cake entertainment In the Huckabay -We were glad to ace Engineer Fit r a,

Hardee', .. 25 given by the Peck House Cocoa, curlonitieti which have appearedIn office.Wedding store every Saturday,,beginning tomorrow gerald around again after the very pala- e
literary
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Rockledge, : __ Card ,
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4 on Feb. 25th was quite a success. Mrs. afternoon at 3 o'clock. Proceedsfor right eye.olwhloh *)
Coquina. .... .,... .. 29 the Star recently under the nom-dc- ,
Oeorglana, ".. 31 Peck and her charming daughter, Miss plume of "Citizen" and "Uezeklah," .::! receive We Mull a share be pleased of to] "Ii.CJ 1 the building of the Baptist church. ha lot the eight He will shortly leave

Brantley. 37 have a well-known aptitude for. your All Invited to come. for Atlanta to have his eye seen to by
Daisy
and that he wrote them for the purpose j ) Job Work-envelopes,
Tropic.. ... .,"... .. .. ....' 42 { } C.t Dr_Calhoun, the great specialistNew
it for their lettcr-headir eye .
guests. note-heads '
Eau Gallie.. .:.. 60 making pleasant of exciting the curiosity of our citizens, -sI: -The large and commodious offices
Melbourne... 63Tillman. Some very pleasant card parties Many unfounded charges have been laid I ; blll-heads, else statements, built at Eau Oallle by the Indian River goods!! New goodsWl Latest s

.' .. ... .... 68 p or anything novelties dress good for Reason 1831.i .
have been the order of the evening at at our door, but thin is the unkindest Steamboat Co., under the superintendence
Malabar.... 60 H. add i Also neat and nobby style 1m men fn..
the residence of Capt. and Mrs. C. cut of all. V of Capt., W. B. Watson, {

Mlcco Sebastian, ........ 08 73 Brock North Titusville. .Mr. B. Young, -Mra. S.- M.. Lorlmler and daughter, considerably to the appearance of the nllb1ngtr hat selected from the

Orchid, .<... .... .. .! ........ 80 we understand! is one of the leaders of Miss Laura, who have been on a.trip to .-' above Co' wharf Our Eau Game cor- N.Y. market flannel and neglige ihlru fin

Enos. .,.; ... ... 83 these pleasant little social gatherings.The Jacksonville, Tampa and St. Augustine, -Mr:' idMrYB. D. Work, 'of'rMla- J'eeWDtJentolled'oW 'boU_UiUJmpori- yUln and puff bosom.*-will be opened. "". I
... 80 down t1l1a week. Gardner Son4..* -
Narrows; delphla who have been on a trip ant Improvement. ;
St. Lucie ..100Fort schooner Ellie, In command of returned to town Monday, having had a

Pierce ..,........; .'....1o0s Capt., Fischer tdok a party to Kock very enjoyable time while away. Mr the river, returned north Wednesday. Those desirous of obtaining some -In consequence of the lllnes of Mr.

s :Ankona. ...'. ..'. ledge on Saturday. Among those on F. M. Ironmonger, who accompaniedthem 'Mr.-IT. F. Atkinson, who has been thing neat and pretty in all-over em- Mary B. Reese, of Seattle, Washington

Eden, ... board were Judge Marvin Mrs. E. L. to Titusville, returned to Jacksonville spending a few day In Jacksonville, broidered Swiss flouncing, will examine Territory, who wa to have lectured am. ;
Waveland .. ... .. .. 130 1
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Jupiter ... Hall Mr. and Mrs. L. Fenton and Miss yesterday, .Lorlmler II I look. returned to town Wednesday. those new white, fancy on white, fancy Temperance at the Presbyterian church

$ TO Bertha Sprague, of Johnstown, N. Y.; ing quite well after her trip. We are -Mr. and Mrs.A. J. Mabbett,of Baltimore on black gold on black, and black flouncing In this town, Monday evening the .ad-

LAKE WORTH.INLET 67 and Miss May Brooks, of Cinclnatti. glad to see them back again. arrived In town ytsterday. Mr. *, which we open this week. Gardner dress was not delivered. Mr. Rees a i
New River Hall returned north of Host Mabbett A Son. 4* 1 baa been quite ill at the residence tit
Narrows Cut,. 80 The Judge and Mrs. -Much building is going on in Cocoa, Mabbett I II a brother ;
Cape Florida.. ...90 this week. and a deal more Is contemplated-some proprietor of Grand View. Major W. J. Belding' of the Hotel Rev. Jno. and Mr. Foy, but I* now

Soldiers Key,..:. 95Elliotts -Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blun and son, of brick. The extensive conflagrationof -We are pleased to learn that Mr. Calhoun, Piedmont Ala., caught, at much better.

Key Largo Key,.,..... .... ........ .... .111 James R. Blun, of Savannah, Ga., arrived hut September, instead of deadeningor Will Sander I* gradually recoveringfrom Sand Point a sea bass, the weight of -We had thought It best not to mention l : y

Key,West,.". .... .... ... ..241 here on Friday. Mr. Blun junr., discouraging Cocoa, put new and vigorous his late severe Illness. He 1 II now which wa 91b! and four trout, that the generous conduct of Captala w
has been quite sick and his physician life and energy Into men who hadsuffered at home with his parent at Courtney. weighed 241b4. The Major I II quite an Bole in letting the Sweeney have all ib. awood
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with rod and reel. HI wife who L "
air ol tne A tourist said expert he could wneiu the latter
ordered him to try the bracing from the flames. -Some of our citizen find fault with spare

: LOCAL NEWS.Society Indian River country. Mrs. Blun and Rockledge Is one of her suburbs Cocoa the Town Council for not spending more was present, was quite amused at the wa aground In the Haulover;. fey fear ..

son leave here for Prof. W. H. Peck's, Is the centre. While passing Rockledge money In Improving the town park, good port They left for Rockledge if.It became known he might loose Ida a

Monday or Tuesday. Mr. Blun.'who is and Cocoa on the Georgian the other while others criticise their action very today.The position; but we are both surprised and

and General Gossip la connection president of the Germania Bank, Savannah day, we noticed both the above place severely, for appropriating the email usual good luck of the Sweeney : gratified to learn from the Star that h* t
River and Lake Worth sections
with Indian returned home Monday.Mr. and thriving ha* been conspicuous by its absence the was acting under order front Superintendent
during past week. Brief mention of presented a busy appear amount already expended for this
Interesting Events About People Yon I Edw. Zoellner and Mr. Chas. worthy enterprise. Verily It I* a useless put week. Last Saturday she was W. B. Watson, who approved of a
and People Ton Don't Know- ance.Mr. Merrill Mr. and aground In the Haulover; on Sunday! the assistance rendered the.8weencJ. ,
Know : Gatjen, of New York, who have been in and Mrs. J. W. effort to try and please everybody.
Picked op by Our Society Editor.By week left for Lake Mrs. C. B. Merrill and Mr. H. C. Merrill night she encountered the mud at the The millenlam 1* at band. :g
for a ,
town nearly i -Work baa been begun on the foundation Sander
wharf of J. M. near City
new
Advertisements under this head Worth on Tuesday, and are expected' of Tropic, came up In their fast-go: of the new brick store of J. W. Point, and yesterday she came down -Mr. and Mr*. 0: F. Bulea, of New
back to-morrow or Sunday. Mr. Zoell. ing naphtha-launch, Kansas City on York and Mr. E. and
Roger A; Co., on the lot adjoining Mr. ; Stephen daughter
Ing are ten cents per line per week., I returning home Mon having just emerged ,from twentyfourhour
nor, who Is a musicians of marked ability Sunday afternoon I Budge, and a pavement of the same struggle with an oyster bank on of Chicago arrived In town/.yesterday-.
-Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's. ha added considerably to the pleasure day. Mr. Merrill took a party down character will also grace his front. If In the afternoon the above gentlemen I
river route.
dive Cents per copy. of the Indian River Hotel gueatawhile ) with him, composed of )fr. and Mr*. Mr. Hutchlnson would fill In the break the-A upper marriage took place !In town Toes- thought they would Indulge In a little

in town and be has been ably assisted Plumb Mr. and Mn-,Hubbell and Miss and the duck shooting but owing-to.their ea-
-Mr. Theo..Knight, of Brooklyn, was ; between the Bank property day avening. Contractor P. J. Hall wa
in town Wednesday. by Mr. J. M. Laflln, of New York, Battle Wilcox, who returned to Titusvilla Budge pavement It would add greatly to united in the holy bond matrimony croachlng on the town preserve*, they t

-Morning and evening service at the who rendered several songs in a manner Tuesday evening well pleased with the value of his lots, and give a contra to Miss Llllle Pyle, of Jacksonville.The were brought before Mayor WlUon, 'who '

Episcopal church on Sunday. that was fully appreciated by the large their trip up the Banana River and to uou concrete walk of about 200 feet ceremony took place at the residence considered the offence too slight for a y
) that congregated In the parlorevel'1 Grand Old Ocean.In fine and dismissed the
audience wisely case.
friend of Father O'Boylegot sister of the bdde very
E. B. Gould ,
Sander came up to -The many of Mrs.
Tax-A *e8or report of council meeting In
Zoellner and our should
evening. Messrs. We think the Council erect a
this week and raised a the cler
His visits have together Rev. Jno. Foy being officiating
town Tuesday evening. last Issue the type said, "the tressuTer' '1
Laflln are, undoubtedly, good entertainer our of notice on the north and south line of the
evidence
hint life of
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and far between lately. pane to present to) a* gyman.: W* wish them long
balance
been few showed cash
with Mr. report a on
Mr. Laflln In company their eteen.;, We did not learn the exact health, wealth and prosperity. Me.Hall town limit, as a guide and warning te
-The new organ for the Baptist Washburn, started on a trip to Indian hand of 1252.00. The amount should at the strangers who come to. Htujville Qa ;
from busines
amount, but a glance wa around a* usual attending to -
church arrived in town Tuesday and our Inlet. have been $522.00; the figure became bentCapt
River
list, it mutt have aggregated 1100, perhaps and receiving the hearty congratulation hunting Y
:Baptist friend should feel proud of it. tran poeed. This balance 1* the largest
-Mr. Alexander Cochrane a wealthyand had for We more. The recipient, by hi* unassuming of hi* many friends.It E. E. Valll,.proprietor of the
be the town baa everalreara.
I -MrL Decker expects: to snugly. prominent resident of Boston, accompanied conduct his residence Indian River
during hotel the
baa on WMin
debt and will have i* a known fact that there floating ,
out of enough,
ensconced in her new, neat and commodious estimable wife and I are ,
next week. by his when the taxes are an collected to pay In TituTllle, and especially by his habit been more*tourist on Indian River than the city Sunday and left in the sites

boarding house early two charming. daughter, arrived in a* we go for the balance of the year. of giving exclusive attention to his own ever bef... Most of our hotel and noon for St. Augustine, The captain a.

-The warm and delightful weather b town Monday, on their way w Canaver What other town In Florida can make a* affairs, ha won the respect and friendship boarding house have been crowded, and rays he give people to eat at hU house

bringing forth straw hats. We notice al Club where they expect to remaina good a financial showing of an classes; and it 1* hoped that among them we may notice the Peck raw oyster, baked clam, broiled pos s '

, quite a number have commenced to don week two. Mr. Cochrane I* a 1 he may long continue la charge of his House Coooa where the feilowtag pano, fricasseed turtle crab pattU, 4to.

them. : member of.the club. Mr. and Mrs. C. -The new store of Frank T. Budge present field. among ether, were topping daring the etc He aay also that the weaket

catboat with large -Wanted, a commodious well HOB. 0.8. HardM and family were put week: W. W. Van Dyke, Scranton,
It is a a* -
intention of
in. Must be. in; good state of repair. the club Monday with the and the Inside aboard the Sweeney when she bad inch Fa; J. T. Small, LewUton Me.; John take of fish food and go away with e.
for cash. proceeding to Cuba; but a* they are ever a* substantial structure of Daniel Webster or Cuvier
and lowest price Clarke and brain a
. State abe In tough time of It in the Hanlover last Bernard Scranton, Pa.; C.
and fixture are keeping a
Address, A. E. Kingsley Bockledge, on the alert for the wellfare of their finishing la fact week. While we regret that the Senator wife, Chicago; G. K. Swift and O. C. On his house U the placard: "Board
the external I -h
Fix 4 2tWMr. many friends, they returned to the club, with appearance should have been Marsh, Providence, R. L; J. A. Morris, -Catch your fob, M per day; '..
would be a credit to a and hi* household
establishment
Metcalf of the Melbourne with the above on board the steamer I the catch'em $...GO," MU Julia Valll ti*
Kllwaa
Guy L I time the else of Titusville. subjected to the discomfort of the occasion Atlanta, G.; Mrs. A.)f. Bennet ,
ten
'" '- News, wu In town Monday. Canaveral about 8:30a. m. Tuesday.It the. .city The sidewalk II one of the most substantial yet, some good may come out of kee WU.; Mr*. II. J. Tate, lit Rlsco daughter of the captain, wa with bJra, '
first Issue of was a beautiful morning; and a* and not having seen St Augustine la
He expects to publish the he N. T. Mr. A. P. Armstrong Terre
for wa present on an ;
t command of In the State, and a* our citizen the mishap,
wharf-In
the
his paper-which win be caned the Tropical steamer left its surface It the Impression occasion when an opportunity offered to Haute, Ind.; T. J. Fitzgerald, Danville, seven years wa wonder track with Its ll
over conveys
Sun-next Wednesday at Juno at Capt. Gee H. Reed and Chief Engineer pau that there is something lOUd realize the peril and impracticability of Va.; C. IL Egerton Kansas City; Dr. Improvement She wa a petite MU' Ji
of ladies and
the head of Lake Worth. Fish-the above joUr party the under them and that Titusville begianlng the vp river route to heavily loaded U. 8. Coldlng and J. H. Flannery, Savannah then, but ha grown Into a handsome
to
) Mr. H. J. Tiffin of Montreal Canada gentlemen appeared anticipate Evanville lady of many accomplishment
We understand boat and It wa plainly demonstrated Ga.; 8. L. Benham young
to on dty air* ;
put
who ha been on Indian Biver about trip with great pleasure-to say nothingof ha ordered stock of good to one who may be able to do great good Ind.; Mr. and Mr*. J. T. Belli, Bertin, Captain Valll and tad his daughter
them Mr. Budge a
for
three week this winter wa in town the hunting in store over that will test the capacity of his tore that If competition 1* to continue,one of WU.; Mr*. T. L. Tullock and H. K. Will topped at an the hotel la St Angua-
of the Canaveral ,
Tuesday attending to a little business.H the extensive lands must be done-a connectionmust lard Washington, D. C.; W H. Forbes, tine,JatksonvUl Evening Telefram.
line of his thing
two
gave us a pleasant call while in town Club. }[r. and Mr*. Cory and daughter j and will merchandize carry a* complete* one could find be effected at Titusville, or more l Boston, Mas; Mr. and MU Week, Capt Valll arrived In town Wednesday,
of a
....s. and did not forget to become a subscriber returned to Titusville on Wednesday, claw In Jacksonville. work done on the Haolover cut. I Canada,, B. A.; etc., etc. ad left foe Jupiter yesterday.;

JT;;' to the ADVOCATE. and for Cuba yesterday. .
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!! pe East Coast AdvDcat&&, BUDGET abort distance south Of Archer In the line NOTES.

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FLORIDA. Of Newsy Notes and lo'!nteParagraphs. (\ of Ocala, acd Owe. J. Carpenter, of NEWS OF THE ORDER FROM

TITUSVILLE_ ,__t _4 Covington Ky., for 38000. Beaufcgard SECTIONS. o
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120 acre at Sparr to Major

SOUTHERN BRIEFS The Marion and Citrus Phosphate company Eugene 0 Gordon, of Georgia, for $8,000.
with Jenkins bought it a year ago for 800. erect AACINEWISIJL .
a capital stock of $200,000, Alliance-
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OCCURRENCES' IN THE in a twenty acre bearing crane grove at men Everywhere.
DAILY Hardy Phillips, who murdered Dell alb Citra, to hit brother Henry, G., for ______
SUNNY SOUTHLAND Oibb fifteen years ago, was e mvicted at 17000. -

Lire Oak a few day ago. The jury wo Gatherlar 8t lUHe.. DISTORT OJ'IEB ALL1ANCJB.:

Curtailed into Interesting: and out verdict a day of murder and a bight in the and first rendered degree a J. n. Hale of South Glastonbury, The history of the origin and objects of

without recommendation.At Conn., a special agent of the census bureau tbe Farmers' Alliance, which has grownto
Newsy Paragraphs. visiting Florida the interest of
and wields
-- t a recent sate of five thousand boxes the bureau. Mr. Hale Is charged with such mammoth proportions s

The Tombtgbce river, in Alabama, Is of Florida oranges at Boston, Mass., the the duty of investigating nurseries, floe 'such great influence on the question of JLOGLUMBERYARD

on a rampage, and the whole country for flees ranged from twrnty-fivo cent to ists' seed farms, truck farms and temi- the day, has been printed over and over _
many tulle on each tide of the river iii $a.13, mostly $1.23 to $2.73; mandatines tropic fruits. His special mission .in again, but as new accessions to the orderare GnY TRUCKS ,
i flooded. (1.20 to 2.87; tangerine, (3 to 4.62; Florida is to examine the citrus fruit acreage made the will SPRING WAGOMSotALLSTYLES.
fruit (1.87 constantly being story
to 60.
grape (3
and
The North Carolina Choral Associa- production, a* well as the possibilities -
On account of illness Rev. of the of industry bear repetition for the benefit of new members.
| Lion, composed of musical clubs in vari- Sam Jones development the
iou town in the state, will hold their has canceled his Ocala appointment. A He will be In the state for some N aGIN! P 1.NTLnDiES
[aecond annual festival In Charlotte May tabernacle costing $1,200, with a seating time and the results of his labors will be The first Farmers' Alliance was organ CHA18E,
6th and 6th. capacity of 4,500 persons, ha been. of particular interest and great practical ized in Lampasas county, Texas, in 1876.
'It it reported that the family of the erected at, )Pensacola 'by popular sub value to the people o( Florida, especially The objects were to resist the unlawful PAT.tiLCRA1SiBitAKEr
late Rev: G. K. Marshall, of VIcksburg, scription, expressly for his engagementsat in the way of inducing immigration. Mr. depredations of cattle and land thieve
that place. Hale is a practical fruit grower and and the law-breakers to
bring justice.
HIM., hat decided to present the library
of the deceased to Millssps College. It "A number of citizen met a fen nights nurseryman himself, and occupies the This organization wa very defective. FISHBR9SWAGSNG9AC7VEWS.!! -
i '!. laid to be one of tho most valuable collections ago at St. Augustine to devise means to Important position horticultural editorof W. T. Baggett who was a member of this,I
of book and papers in the South.It induce northern tanners to avail themselves the Hartford Courant. organization, moved to Foolville, In /? / .
has been decided to unveil the of the economy and profits to be T'ra..r at Liberty. Parker county and organized the first
con.
federate monument at Jackson Mica derived from the palmetto root. A Judge Wiga's speech to the jnry at the Alliance in parer county in 1879. The
8 which is the birthday, of,Mr.onlune' committee was appointed to confer with close of the celebrated Thrasher case wasa organization from the beginning rapidly
Davis ,Miss Winnie Davis will be the tanners and to send them samples of calm, dignified and dispassionate pre spread out and the first State Alliancewas
ent. Adjutant General henry has Issued pres. leather tanned with the palmetto acids. sentation of the law. The gist of his organized as Central, in Parker

orders to the various companies It i* reported that Umatilln will soon remark were that the defendant would county in 1870, under the name and
ing the State National Guard to be compos-ready be on a broad-gauge road direct from not be justified in killing his assailant style of "Farmers' Alliance." The name
to participate in the ceremonies.A Jacksonville to Tampa. The connectionof should it appear that he (the defendant) was changed to the Farmers'Slate Alliance\
this road with the main line of J. T. brought on the assault, and that it was in 1881. The organization continuedto
Norfolk dispatch says: A tornado for the jury and not the defendant to and North
& K. W. at Seville, bridging the river at grow spread throughout
swept over Sunbury, Gates county N. C., Astor, is to be completed soon. This will judge the reasonable grounds of appre and Central Texas until at the meeting
Saturday night. 1 ho storm swept a space 1 be the shortest route to the gulf, and hension. The jury wo to look into all held in Cleburne, Johnson county, Texas, THE
half mile wide and carried
a everything secures the Cuban mail for the J., T. & the circumstances and facts in deciding<< on August 6, 1886, eighty-four countieswere -.
with It. Two children killed\ near'
were the necessity for the A
killing. this
Kj W. system upon represented. At meeting the
| Sunbury, and it is reported that a numIber breathless silence fell throughout the declaration of purposes of the order were
of people were killed further east Seventy-seven quarts of strawberries room, as the jurymen were asked if they follows
perfected, as :
The wires all down and details were shipped from a few
are are days
Commission Lawter had come to a verdict, and when their Profoundly impressed that we, the "
lacking. ago. refrigerator foreman handed up the little slip of paper Farmers' Alliance united by the r' Ol'KEPT
strong j
In the United States court at Charles agent business are getting ready for the season' that meant 10 much the instant of waiting and 'faithful tics of financial and home INSIST SYSTORES ,151 AtteSHEARSerr ;

'ton, S. C., Wednesday, Judgment! was total in Bradford The grew into a poative pain. As the Interests, should set fourth our declarations
,rendered in favor of P. P. Dickerson, of acreage reduced county is considerably words "not guilty" were pronounced a of intents; we therefore resolve, aN YouR SENDTOUSTORPRIt 0
New York, for the York below last year's fig. wild shout of from the yldt l
,; 10,702 against urea but the rose as one voice 1. To labor for the education of the iOREKEEPE.
outlook the
township, in York county. The suit was persevered, i for -growers who room. Not all the cries of 'order in agricultural classes, in the science of boxHOLYOKE,210r '
THEM"I
.brought to force the payment of the cou- excellent court" from judge and sheriff could have economical government, in a strictly nonpartisan ETTING ) .
of bonds issued in aid of the The debate on the postoffico :
.pjpns appropriation smothered back the first glad expression spirit :* FOR YOU.r'c .
Charleston, Cincinnati and Chicago rail bill in congress showed a disposition from so many sympathizing hearts. The 2. To indorse the motto, "in things

road.A. to cut down largely the appropriation for hands of the jury were eagerly grasped by essential, unity; and in all things, char-
Raleigh dispatch sayst There has expediting the mail service between Boston Albert Thrasher, by each member of his .it"j.- .". - -- --- -- -

been a long contest between several and Tampa, or perhaps strike it out family and by the many friends who have 8. To develop a better state, mentally, obtain supplies to make them farms
place for the location of the new colored altogether, but the committee of the stood by him during fourteen weary morally, socially and financially mortgaged to secure debts contracted; at
whole ,
in the house
adopted that feature months of Once outsideof
and imprisonment.
agricultural mechanical
college. 4. To create a better
understanding usurious and runious rates of interest '
Thursday evening the committee decided of the postoffice appropriation bill appropriating the courthouse:, with arm around for sustaining civil officers in maintaining in tilling them household sold fora ,
roods
;
to accept the proposition to locate the $280, 000 for expedited mail service mother and wife, he walked to his home, law and order. under the of the'auctioneer
i college at Louiaburg, with a proviso that from New. York to Tampa. a free man, amid the cheers, congratulations I; 0. To constantly strive to secure entire when song foreclosures cry of trust deeds

the proposition is bona fide. Louiabunr The farmers in the vicinity of Wildwood _and kindly greetings of a crowd of harmrtnv and rnnrl trill iimAnflr all _APA _...1_.._. ._i. J..ftft_ J..,_a_ a' _",._ _A"r
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offers $3,500 in cash, lands stated to be I are busy planting their crops. The _____ mankind and brotherly love among; our 'W wails of rdistress ;"heard"" uVJ"Uand on

worth $10,000, and the necessary build I acreage of watermellons will be largo in frlenda.WESTERN COMMERCE.A selves every side from myriads digging the
logs that section-more than has been planted 6. To personal local sectional
suppress ground in the sweat of agony to secure
Judge Morrison, of Scott county Virginia la several years, and the prcspcct for a Congress to be Held at Denver and national prejudices; all unhealthy scant rations of daily bread while capital
bas appointed A. D. Harr.,, of large crop of corn, cotton and vegetablesare rivalry and all selfish ambition. In nntold millions is piling in the
New, York, receiver of the Chicago, Cincinnati good. Cabbages and beet are being -Gathering Statistics. 7. The brightest jewels which it garners vaults of the few under the inequalitiesthe up
and Chaleiton railroad. Suit was shipped to market. It is estimated that Galveston dispatch of Saturday says: are the tears of widows and orphans, injustice and wrong-of a robber
brought by Newman Erb and other to there will be from five to eight thousand The committee appointed by the trans. and its imperative commands are to visit tariff, and the oppressions and tyranny of
recover an indebtedness of 200000. crates of cabbage hipped from that Mississippi commercial congress, to the homes where lacerated hearts are so-called popular government in other

Chancellor Smith has appointed a receiver point. formulate and present at the Denver bleeding; to assuage the sufferings of a : directions, surely it is time for men of
for the Tennessee portion of the Calvin S. Brice, the politician, and meeting statistics relating to the commerce brother; bury the dead; care for the i every class and calling to come to a halt
road; Judge Bond for the South Carolina great railroad magnate, who is to give up of the west and ,southwest, are widows and educate the orphans, to exercise : and consider what can and ought to be CINCINNATI ,J2SP.
portion, and proceedings have been politic and devote his attention to his actively at work. D. O. Imboden has charity toward offenders, to construe lone to end so horrible a state of affairs. Quickest
titinsuted in Kentucky. railroad interest, says that the reported been made secretary of the Galveston words and deeds in their most favorable Compartment and Pullman Palace

A Los Angeles telegram lays: Up to purchase of the Monon route i* not BO, committee, and will immediately open light granting honesty of purpose : V Sleeping Car through without change
,
noon, Wednesday, reports showed that but that close alliance of that road with correspondence with the secretaries of and good intentions to others; and to The Advocate (Topeka, Kan.) says: making direct connectionInCENTRALUNIONST _
at least six,persons lost their lives in the other he i I. interested in ha been per. boards of trade in other cities, and the protect tho principles of the Alliance' The Southern Alliance is not strongly :
flood. The family of Charles Watts is fected. The Monon route is the connecting work of gHtheiing Information will be unto death. Its laws are reason and opposed to a third party and will unite I LOUIS

,.also mining from eau Downey and is line to FJoridu, and now a ventl- pushed forward. A* it i* the desire of equity; Its cardinal doctrines inspire with the Northern Alisnce at the proper And the WEST and with,Through carlines
:supposed to have been drowned. The buled train from Chicago through to the committee to present a complete and purity of thought and life; its intentionsare I time, making a solid West and South forCHICAGO, ,
Well family, con listing of man, wife and Jacksonville i la a certainty. elaborate compilation of all statistics "peace on earth and good will toward against the corporations and monopolies and the
babe, were drowned at Dtiart and the More cotton was raised and marketedat which may be of use at this Denver con- men." of the East The Alliance third party NORTHWEST,
I bodies of two Mexicans were found in Welborn this season than ever before. gress. ,Letter have been forwarded toall The adoption of the first declaration of movement will also settle the race ques alto with through
the same neighborhood. 8. Lawrens was About six hundred bales of sea island governor west 'of the Mississippi purposes causad considerable confusion, tion of the South, and black and white Tines car for DETROIT I
drowned at Wilmington, while trying to have already been sold, and a good deal river asking them to appoint vice-presi which necessitated a called meeting of will vote together for the common interest -* Point in Canada
rescue tome cattle. i yet remains on hand., The price paid dent, who will act u chairman or tha the State Alliance, which was held at of a1The\ declaration of the Ocala BUFFALO and the East.

At a meeting of the Commercial and this year was very low, and will not average state or territory.< Industrial .Association of Montgomery, over (70 per bale, which would GETTING READY. this harmony was secured, more than force bills, and will be far
Thursday night it was unanimously resolved make a total of $42,000 paid for the staple the membership numbering over 100,000. more effectual. Be patient and await de Meridian: NEW ORLEANS
at this The This meeting selected to meet velopments. The world ,
"that the Commercial and Industrial place. market price isnow delegates moves rapidly Jackson, Yicksbur Point in
Association of Montgomery, Ala., 10 cent Per pound, and i* below Preparations Under Way for. theWorld's with delegates sent by the Farmers' in these latter days. AND? THE
approve and recommend the passage of j; the coat of making it by at least 0 cent Fair Buildings. Union of Louisiana for the purpose of ..- TEXAS
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.one of the bankruptcy bills, known at ,, per pound. The acreage planted this .. Order is being rapidly developed out of organizing a national Alliance of the TLe Alliance has now reached the 33 J3 T
the Torrey bill, now pending before the 1 year will probably beks, than last chaos in the world's fair matter, and what States comprising the cotton belt. Those danger line of its existence., It is too Passengers via this line are afforded an
congress of the United States; and that i The Illinois Central ha a corps of ha heretofore appeared confusion now delegates met in the city of Waco, Texas, strong to be injured, and Its principlesare excellent view of Lookout Mountain and
our senators and representttives are engineer in the field from Jackson, assumes definite form and purpose. The on January 18, 1887, and organized. too just to be fairly and openly con surrounding Historic Scenery.

hereby respectfully urged to support the Tenn., to Birmingham Ala. and is also managers of the affair have observed so .*. tested. Trickery and special pleading -----.
time and that of connectIon. much discreet that the abandonment on the part of its enemies are the & C. RAY S. Atlanta
copies these resolutionbe seeking a Florida If the secrecy The Proyretilte Farmer (Raleigh, N. only E. Pm8. Agt., -
forwarded to them. connection is made, the Central will have of the lake front site came in the C.,) under the significant heading of "A effective weapon that can now be used. Oa.
The state convention of the United the shortest line from Chicago and Bt nature of a total surprise to tae people Day of Reckoning Will Come" says: The order should be prepared for this, D. J. MULLANEY, Dlv. Paw. Agt, .
Mine Workers of America convened at Louis to Florida, and will be a strong yet at no time for many month, it would "At the expiration of the Fiftyfirst and remember that unity of action and Chattanooga. "
Birmingham Ala. Wednesday, in secret rival to the L. & N., and also the Cairo appear bas the placing of i Congress, that body will have been in faith in each other i* the only defense D. O, EDWARDS, O. P, & T. A.,
session. .Delegates were present from allover Short line. This latter road is now constructed on the lake front park heed contemplate session thirteen months. What measure against such attacks. Let the membership CINCINNATI, O.
Alabama. The meeting Vat for the from Paducah, Ky., to Paris The Instructions given to the board of ha it adopted for the relief of the people I stand together as one man, and make ,
adoption of the scale of price recently de- Tenn., and in rapid process of building architect at the time of Its formation did It has appropriated hundred of millionsof Economist the fight for home and family.-Rational THE

'cldea upon by the national convention In to Birmingham via Florence. Three not provide for any of the building dollars, and much of this vast sum of TRAVELERS, "
Columbus, O., which call for a consider roads from the West and three from the being placed there, but a contemplated the people's money has been squandered. .'. Jacksonville
able advance of the present wages. It is East after the southern territory, and grouping of all the named buildings at Millions and millions have gone 'to the For the information of our reader we Florida. !
understood that the mine operators will Its increasing traffic 1* evidence that the the south of Midway Plaisance, in Jackson erection of costly! building for cities, give the following brief review concern- -
be asked to pay the advance when the recent great development of the south park, the land north of the plaisance town and even villages, where they are ing tbe National Farmer*' Alliance that i
present contracts expire in July. The are being keenly watched by the railroad being reserved for miscellaneous structures not needed. Million and millions are baa recently been in session at Omaha. The Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar *
enforcement of the( demand will mean magnate and northern capitalist uch u state building used a* bribe money in the name of pensions This organization was started in Chicago streets, Jacksonville, Fia. A new brick ;
,another m" *''''' .tr'V' !!... M.rk.t. HEGIRA OF FARMERS while the people whose honest toll about the same time the Alliance wa hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and

THE FLOODS ,RECEDING The prediction of a former bulletin of produces this money cry for relief, and started in Texas. It is an agricultural steamboat landin e. Especially adapted
the Orange and Vegetable Auction com From Illinois-Bound for Points are coniumptnously ignored. Again the organization but it ha no secret work. to transient business. Elegantly furnished

But the Waters Leave Desola pany at Jacksonville, that for the remainder Farther West.A sub-treasury bill waa introduced nearly It i* confined, to the Western States, with rooms, single'or en suite. Table
of the season each successive twelve months ago, 'and wa securely, its principal membership in Nebraska a* good. the best. This hotel waa built
tion in their Wake. tale would how improved price* and a dispatch from Bloomington, III, towed away in a pigeon-hole in the sen lows and Minnesota Its aims and purposes ,- furnished and operated as a $3.00 a day
X dispatch of Monday from Parkersburg itronger market, wa verified In their lays: The largest exodus from central ate committee room where it lie today are about the same as the National house; rates are now reduced to ".00.
W Va., say: The wont of the latest report Price are now good, and Illinois in Its history, perhaps, occurred Under the rule of that body any senator Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union, day while the service i* better than ever.
flood it now over. The Ohio baa fallen advice i* given to ship steadily u long a* Wednesday. One hundred and fifty people could introduce a resolution iastructing but Its method are somewhat different Breakfast from 6 to 0; lunch from 11 -M
two feet and la fast receding from the the fruit lot*. The report further *aytt; comprising twenty-five families left that committee to report that biiL Has .*. to 2:30; dinner from 5:SO to 7:30. This
business and factory sections of the city. "Throughout the country there i* not a McLean county on three trains of thirty- any senator introduced such resolution i* the only hotel in Jacksonville serving
AUianct
Riverside is still inundated, and but few sufficient supply for the demand, a condition three can, of which seven were passenger If not, why nott. Have not the people, "The' Alliance Eagle (EUUville, Miss.,) says; regular meal at these hour All othersare
families will be able to return to their likely to continue Although coaches, taking with them their house- to the number of hundreds of thousands, as an orcanization, is at least one hour later. Use the
home for two weeks. Lou to railroad have greatly increased, with a bold Roods, farm implements and live ''I'' sent la their petition In favor of that .either for nor against the Democratic or Travelers' omnibus, the tickets save 25
is very great All of them are badly spring market before u* there is no possibility stock. Two train go to Webster City measure! Are the people tha to be Ignored Republican party, but are fighting for cent each way.
crippled, and in some cases it will take of over supply with the comparatively Iowa, and the other U bound for Nebraska. and spurned We predict that the present personal rights, and a government of and
several week*' work to repair the damages.No small quantity on hand. Fruit The emigrants comprise some of the Congress will adjourn on the 3rd of by the people. If any person' or party BURTON'K. BARRS
wants to 'fall the
mail have been received for live that ha lost its juice by reason of frostor the belt citizen of that cection. They March and the whole file of the Con- by wayside, let him 10
in the Proprietor.OUR
days. The poctoffice building wa ago la not wanted, and when large and are induced to leave because of the cheap gr.ssi mal Retard for these thirteen months itep way of the Alliance. They .
have started
out
flooded half way np to the letter boxes coarse a* well u light, i* unsalable. land of other states. A large proportion will not contain a tingle measure that ha to right tome of the
that have
and newspaper office had four feet of Will _...*. rUrtd of them went renter, although many been adopted In the interest of the peo wrongs," existed too long already NEW IMPROVED SINGER

water In them. In the Ohio valley not The Georgia Southern and Florida railroad -, old their farm Additions were made plea And do men imagine that the people MlttM ARM. VHl. .TVtI.ONLT$30.OO
lea than 15.000: men have been thrownout leased by the Seaboard Air-Line, i* to the train at other point along the will endure and suffer and toil and The (n ft
of employment which will entail the outcome of the fight against the Rich- route, and in all about two hundred peo- beg and plead for vert Do they wonder proclamation of President Polk, !: 4 t;
authorizing the formation of State Alliance :
great differing. The love i* the inundated mond and West Point Terminal. The have left the state.SENATOR that discontent and complaining and a ,
in Iowa i* lOOn to be followed ( .:
,
district i* estimated at (1,000,000. Terminal has made a strenuous effort to DEAD. neat exists We cay we predict that like action in Ohio the latter Statealready by i' WO.ll I 'I Z .
Only two eate of drowning are reported break down the successes of the Robinson W Congress will adjourn without giving the having to the ClW :OJ'. rg :II
so far. New' from Pocahontu county lyndicate. The Robinson syndicate people relief. Will it persist in 'sowing cull membership" justify .:, w :;. ..
say that many people in the upper part i* now paralleling the Terminal through After a Brief Illness Death Relieves to the wind If *o, it will rarely reap ... z: l !!. "' )10W
R
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;that county are ina_ ttarvtng condition. Virginia, the Carolina and Georgia. 1h Him. the whirlwind,' for a day of reckoningwill I .... 1'10
only gap in a through lira owned by the .come." 2'WiLLETS
A Two-Bottle Eour-Qlaaa. Senator E K. Wilson, of Maryland, The Military Salute
Robinson indicate i* from Elberton who baa been indisposed for the past two 6. ,0
CO.
PHILA
PA
Macon, which i* now being rapidly con days, died suddenly at the Hamilton The Meridian Miss.) Standard says: I
The people of Sanxir, an island of the structed. The line will The military salute, which : CURED W.wilI.....
through
new consist
of
house, in Washington Tuesday evening "Much II being and ha been said of the '-107-.&
Malay Arco.tprl.igo! keep time by the aid make a strong rival to the Terminal, and from heart failure. Senator WiUon' ill- tub-treasury scheme. It is a bill proposed the hand being brought to a horizontal I EITS a. LUGE TRI.BOTTLE..
of an hour'glass ,formed by arrangingtwo also to the Atlantic Coast line, and the nets wa of short duration. Ha had beena for the relief of the agricultural position over the eyebrows, has > very ".: G,. .yO r. DILN T surrIW.1 &
bottle neck to neck. The sand three competitor fight cannot help being sufferer from chronic gastro-fntestin al classes. The very fact of its proposal aud old oigin, dating in fact, from the CHUICAL co..3860 falnlo.t a r:. dlah'i
run out in half an hour, when the bottle beneficial to Florida ant the South.Pk..eaaq commencement of the English Us
catarrh which finally led to heart depression the radical change it suggest in government army. '
are revenant Close by them a lInoat.etched Deals.George ending in death u stated, The policy furnuhe the hightt evidence origin i* founded on the tournament of 'i A XMAS HEALTH CIFT-
U on which hang twelve sticks C. Stevens, of the Ocala and of tho middle: ages, and was a* follows (Ex.rCI..r
marked with sergeant-at-arms of the senate wa immediately the luJJ..rlnof the class it i* ; I Complete)
notches from one to twelve,. Blue River companv, sold for Me&in. notified of SenatorWilson's death. intended to relieve. The necessity After the queen of beauty was enthroned, I 1a Bar.e Au. t racw as V..&.
stick
with hooked which i
a the hoar last truck, and* placed the between Brooks Kirk and otters between 600 and Me at once took charge of the body'andgave of relief to the over the knight who were to take part in the a -.r r..oo... 14a1C-JIIuiae
next TOO acres of phosphate land In llernando burdened sport of the day marched past the dai Caaplc&t.. "J"0": ieteomtat.Jb..
directions undertaker of tbe IJI.
One of these glasses the time to an to embalm maces people eogaped; r .. Hn4a & LIt
ane. keepa .
for each Tillage, for which purpose th| county to an agent for Hamburg parties the body which was done Healo in tilling the toil i* too patent to require ia they which shielded the their sat eve and from as they the pasted I >h""C> 10.ftw Dam.. ..IU. ,.. a...i. .,
(100,000. Cot Livingston Cap i notified Vice President Morton of elaborate argument When we lee e rays o
rope
boar art sounded on a gong by 4 keeper. ber.bMl {New P ark c5.Wai5"DniV 3"* Pam[ i
Diapetcae .
James A, McDavid sold a two-third* the aenator't death. pledged on cruel term in advance to. ,,a Ma-w,SI.





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BRIEFS. as a number of complaints have reached end the Russell block,, the latter owned drew thousand; if report"are true the
the commission their failureto NEWS AND NOTES ,by Sol Smith WASHINGTON D. C. ,
f, ;. ,' concerning Russell, the actor, were lobby behind this subsidy scheme, whiff}
? > do ,
so. The Central, and perhaps .. _. j completely ruined. The total loss foot. not so brazed as the Pacific gang, hard
interesting Paragraphs from allOver other roads, are expected to carry the \ up 1163,000, practically all ln ured. all the money they want and the contingent 1

matter into :the 'courts. The joint rate CONDENSED FROM TELEGRAPH'AND : The barbed wire manufacturer of the NEWS NOTES AND ITEMS FROM fees will be enormous .If the measure

the State. circular, No. 171. was issued under au CABLE. United States after several months The claims'
of THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. passes, lobby to hare
hority of an act of the last legislature. tnijling! havo come to an agreement polled the house and that the measure i II
+ The new city directory, just completed, This law' gave them a new power, and among themselves. At a meeting safe
gives August 53,000 inhabitants the test of it in court would be with.ut Epitome of Incidents that Hap-
.
Wednesday of their
at Chicago, new organization Proceedings of the Second Ses- There was a considerable breeze in the,
The precedent. The order of the commission
i canvassing committees of the Au.
the Columbia
gusts exposition are meeting with unext went into effect only last October. pen from Day to Day.A Patent Com sion of the 51st Congress. house Wednesday afternoon during the
panr-papers for the transfers of the discussion of the agricultural appropriation
t pected success.There ]?.. '. New Fmrtt. Washburn and Moen all --
patents were
bill. Mr. Funston of Kansas" took
are thirty-two ex-confederates In The new Iron furnace of the Rome Iron fearful explosion in Spring' Hilt prepared !and signed.' This settles the Without warning the republicans sprung occasion to make an ,attack Mr.

Washington county who are entitled to Company is about completed. It is a mines, Nova Scotia, resulted in the death matter, so far as members of the company the direct tax bill on the homo Tuesday Euttcrwortb,. of Ohio, charging upon him'with rr

pensions.. thorough piece of work from the stack to of 117 miners.SuWriptlons. are concerned. At an early date a committee morning, and passed n tesolution for the taking more time to collect his salary as :

Deaths from hydrophobia are more frequent the ground. Two immense wooden to the new German will\ be appointed to confer with previous question IIt 2 o'clock.\ The secretary of the world's fair than he devoted Ir,

'r' than usual in Georgia, and mad- buildings have also been constructed, loan have reached forty-five times the Woshburo and Moen and, If possible, southern democrats made a sturdy fight to working in the interest of tho,, ; u
and tho furnace with its buildings makesa amount of effect the against if, but to no then
stones are at a premium.The the loan. transfer.Superintendent. purpose. They agricultural classes/ and attending to.bU

contest for sheriff of Jefferson splendid show. The furnace is located Tho Ohio river, at Cincinnati, on Porter, of the census attempted to have adopted an amendment -* congressional duties. Immediately members

county has been decided by the governor lit East New Rome, on the main line of tho Wednesday, had reached 57 feet inches; bureau, has prepared an introduction to providing for the supreme| court to crowded around to hear Butter.

In favor of the contestee, I. F. Farmer. Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia but it Is believed to hnve reached its. ft bulletin on tho private Indebtedness of decide Upon the legality of the cotton worth's reply, cheering Funston Jn In or
railroad, about two miles south of the tax, and ns to whether or not it should
The in Ilabcrsham highest point. individuals and corporations of the der to get a row Doth men being
new town, Demorest, up
city; The Chattanooga, Rome and Columbus le; refunded. Hut the republicans would ,
county, is not two years old, and bas railroad ha its line of road near The failure of Prier, Wotton &:; Co., United States. The report i issued Is for not hear to it, and tushcd the direct tax republicans the democrats were anxiousto +
eight factories In operation and is the lumber merchants, at London, England, Alabama and Iowa. According to this encourage the fight. In his reply )tr. )
preparing furnace, and will haul all the red ore bill through by a vote of 173 to 101.
report, the total real estate Huttcrworth said that u chairman of thengril'ulturn1
to build
several more. was announced Wednesday Liabilities mortgage
from Dirt Seller mountain. Silver
creek bill
The has RlrendYlassel1 the senate
,
debt in Alabama in Funston1 had
committee
It seems that the South Carolina goldbrick lows within a stone's throw, and water estimated at :300,000. 1800 force on January 1, but as there are a few }Immatcri'il amendments ,
of the farmers
swindler who to in the will be Tho Pan-American Construction' was $30,037,083; average; amountof neglected; the interest !
recently greatest com-
came quantities always it will co back President T
debt
to of In that while half million of them Were
one
grief; made unsuccessful experiments in. a available. It is the ,intention of the pany, with a capital of $10,000,000, has 1889, number of population, $20. Harrison hat, however, agreed to urging him a to call the option bill, ;
acres mortgaged Were
number of Georgia! towns. owners to go into blast about the last of been organized to construct the Corpus 1,744,420 total sign' it, And it will become a law. sinco of up this ho
; number of In the tho-bcgtnntng congress
s The petition of the Georgia Sawmill larch, and the event is to be marked bya Christ and South American railroad. acres ibis is the bill which passed the last
state, 32,885,600; per cent acres mort. had not even moved in that direction, r
Association asking for a reduction of the magnificent banquet. The plant is one General da Fonseca, who was chosen 5.8 Interest congress at just about this stage Mr. but stood trembling like an ,loaf
gage from
charges aspen(
rate on lumber hns been postponed until of the finest in the toath, and the quality I provisional president of Brazil at the time 1 to 40 per cent. rate. The range life Cleveland, however, vet real it, sending a under the cower of the speaker He was

the!" next meeting of the commission, : of iron will be very fine. The capacity of the overthrow of the empire, has been of mortgages with no allowance average for message to congress censuring it for the too cowardly to do his duty, but Still teal

March 10. of the furnace eighty tons per day. formally elected president of the empire. tial payments is computed to be 2.78 par in paasageof such an 'unjust and unfair. posing as the friend of the farmer. !

The trial ot' Mrs. Ora McKee, of Rome, Fee H..ttr.. The electrotypers of Boston are ou Alabama. measure." The bill refunds to the various Funston flew Into a rage and shook his +

for murder, has been set for the first Just $60,000 were appropriated to pay: a strike. Three hundred men are out, states the amounts paid by individuals fist at the Ohioan. For a time there WM

Monday in March, and it is predicted by pensions to confederate widows, but quite and it will seriously interfere with the i of each state Into the public great excitement, but it soon quieted
that it number of interested it work of about otbcr in the FROM PRESIDENT ADAMS. treasury ou account of the direct tax 'this
many will be one of the most sent a people are 2,000 s print. down. There were many spate of q
sational trials ever held in Georgia. seems, in getting a percentage of that in Log trade. levied on land in 1S01, for the purpose of kind during the evening, the house being

Governor Northen'has appointed F.W. fees. Most of the fee hunters live outside Dispatches of Tuesday say that the An Address to Primary Alliances raising money to carry on the wur. Manyof in a bad humor. Consequently1 the bill
the
states all the tax levied
Gilbert solicitor of the county court of the state. Information bos been receivedat steamer Cruigside: from Galveston to of Alabama.The them while paid others upon Will not finished.

Wilkes. The present incumbent, Wm. the capitol of two pension agencies in Liverpool, with 5,000 bales of cotton, Is following address regarding eligibility !l- little., The bill refunds paid all comparatively that wee pnUl

Wynne, does not ask reappointment.His Washington, D. C., writing to postmos- trended on the beach ono mile south of in the order has been tent to the and / for, TRADE TOPICS.
appropriates over (13,000,000
term expires March 26th, this year. era and others for the names of widows lattcras inlet. various Alliances of Alabama by President that however -
purpose. Congress, refuses
entitled
to
under the
Among other railroad enterprises, the law and pensions for such Georgia The Pottsdown, Pa., Iron Company Adams: to refund the tax: levied and collected Dun & Co.'s Report ot BusinessFor
E' organization of the stockholders of the offering, as pay information bits posted a notice that, beginning onhlarih Feeling the great responsibility that on cotton about the same Past Week.

Fort Payne and Eastern railroad means a percentage of the agencies''ecs : 9, wages of peddlers will be reduced rests upom me as chief executive and by time and for the same 1

..'much Athens. That point will doubtless for collection. Quite a number of from $3.75 to $3.50 per ton of the authority in me vested, I herewith the bill, New York gets purpose.Under over R. O. Dun & Co.'* weekly! review of
4 applications have come direct to the give notice to primary Alliances in Ala- trade : The tone of from other
be made the eastearn terminus of the 2,240 pounds.La $2,000,000, Ohio .1, OOOOO, Pennsylvania says reports
capitol from lawyers and agencies outside has taken bama that article 5, section 1, of the revised about the cities is generally favorable, though thereIs
grippo possession of Fort same, Georgia gets $117-
road.There the state as well as in it, asking for pen constitution is tho law by which some complaint of collection at ,the
Logan and is havoc with the sol 083 Alabama, 22,820 Arkansas
/
is a great complaint of the mail Ion blanks. To all such the playing ; ,
requests are to be governed in electing south because cotton I i. held back for i
service in some sectious of south1'estGeorgia. answer has been uniform -that it was the diers. Eighty are in the hospital, and i you personsto $154,701 ; Florida, $4,760; Louisiana, i
t.
and Trade dull at
membership In the Alliance all MempbUand
The Amcricus Times says it tale's policy to make lawyers' services four deaths have occurred within a week I .38 ,886; :Mississippi, $118,324North\ Atlanta
not named in article 5 section 1 and fair only fit' New Or'
from persons Carolina
the disease.A t377 4.53 South Carolina
takes ,
letter fraction three toe ;
a
a over days and fees In the of
unnecessary payment are ineligible to membership.And lean. The prospect i i. bright at Swan:
'get from Leesburg to Amcricus, a distanceof these pensions and to have the slowly but surely spreading stagna-, t22 ,8M; Tennessee $303,004; Texas, '
of in
money I call attention to a resolution The be nnh, and trado it 'good volume, spite ,
twenty-five miles. go; direct to those for whom it was apropriated. lion is causing considerable alarm among passed by the supreme council at Ocala, $180,841.resolution of money the various must state accepted of bad weather at 8t. Louis, and fairly
by legisla
The Americus Recorder says: "It is > the weaving establishments of East Lancashire Flv viz: "That all connected with tho tures. Then it will\ be paid to the healthy at Kansas City. At (Cleveland
about time that Georgia's constitutionwas Atlaala' England, teams are already idle, JtOvnors. -
Expo.ltI.a.At Alliance must support the Ocala demandsor and Pittsburg some Improvement In iron
It is not that state
amended so that the people can do a recent meeting of the directors of and in Blackburn. alone 8,000 operativesare suffer suspension from the order." I will decline to possible its .any I U noticed, the latter reporting finished
accept
quota.ExGovernor
'' something they want to. It is not suitedto the Piedmont Exposition Company the idle. I feel it my duty and it is made by the Footer's nomination to be Iron In good demand, blooms stronger,tho d

+" this progressive age and should be relegated following' resolution was passed: A cablegram of Tuesday from London law of the Alliance, to Jtle'notice of the was confirmed coke strike having some influence.
secretary treasury
to the shades of the past." Whereas, The people of Atlanta have says: The Stevedores' Union men, numjerine that all primaries in this state in executive session Tuesday, afternoon. Cotton i la a quarter lower with sales of

s 8enorita Cotilde Annuncion Diaz will responded liberally and nobly to tho 5,000, have been ordered by their holding a member who is ineligible An effort was made Monday to confirm 077,000. Exports of cotton continue

enter the Southern Female college at La- appeal of the directors of the Piedmont council to strike. This step Is supposed according: to article 5, section the nomination, without sending It to the above last year' a* well u receIpts*, but

Grange. She is a sister of Dr. Diaz, the Exposition Company for donations to to: be taken as a means of compelling 1' of the constution should and the committee, but Senator Teller on wheat and flour exr.orta fall far behind,

great Cuban convert., Professor ,Cox assist in having a creditable exposition other labor unions to declare themselves. same is hereby Instructed to give the ground that such a objected and the show.

went down to the dedication of the new during the present year, having con- The Kansas-house of representatives, such members a withdrawal card for the never been dispensed with, except as a little Increase.' For the present foreign

church, and while there it was'decided tributed within a few hundred dollars of Wednesday afternoon in committee of reason that they are Ineligible; to mem.. matter of courtesy, when the nominee trAde is slackening, though, changoja

r that this young lady should come back the required amount, and the whole, considered house bill 707 fixing bcrship, and according to the law of the was an ex-senator. As a matter of fact prices might soon enlarge It.

.& with him and enter his college.Mr. Whereas, We believe that the senti maximum passenger rates. '')[r. supreme council no person who docs not there ;.Was mischief afoot when the nomination There Is a stronger tone in the Iron., '

: J. A. Davis, of Houston county; iso ment of Atlanta is decidedly in favor of Brown, of Harvey, demanded that the support the Ocala platform is eligible to went. over. The sliver senators market at New York, at Philadelphia and,, i

'' going to start a large gourd farm near molding the exposition; therefore, be it original bill be read. Tho clerk could membership in tho Alliance, and primaries from the west, who want to harass the the West, but it 1s not clear that it has, Y

,' Bonaire; He says he is perfectly willing Resolved, That, tho executive commit.tee not find it. It had disappeared, hq said; should also give to such members n president as much as possible, got up a any other basis than an apprehended reduction

.. to mortgage the entire crop to get the : of the board of directors be directedto and Is supposed to have been stolen. withdrawal card, and I call upon all the scheme to reject the nomination, and of the output in consequence of

money that will be necessary to cultivate proceed to make all necessary arrange A special train containing the remains county presidents In this state to see to it agreed to deliver twelve votes against his the great coke strike. Moreover,' at avery

\ and gather the crop. He seems to think ments for an exposition during the fall of Senator Wilson, of Maryland, left that the law as named above is observed( confirmation, which, with the democraticvotes small advance, large blocks of ,Virginia

; 1/. there is good money in gourds, as they of the present year, provided the rail Washington city at 11 o'clock Thursday, and second, that when the county presidents would have been enough to defeatit. and Alabama iron ara offered at
roads leading into Atlanta will make refuse to look-after this matter it Is prices which paralyze tho market, while ,
\ are not u perishable as melons. for Snow Hill, :Md. Accompanying the But the democrats refused to cooperate (
such donations and offer such rates of the duty of the lecturer and are steel mils are inactive Trade in bar iron
:; CoLTip Harrison is still the remains! were Mrs. Wilson, her son and you in such a conspiracy. i
pension business at Atlanta. rushing Two thou- transportation t will be satisfactory to two daughters, senate and house committees hereby reminded of such duty, and when At it. Wednesday evening session, the is very unsatisfactory, and orders for t
the; executive committee. refuse to observe the law plate sheet and structural iron are smallor
primaries as ,
sand have been issued and five hundred and a number of members of house went Into committee of the wholeon
hand. Col. Harrison This will secure the position, as the the Maryland house of delegates. named,above you are hereby requested to the "',' MIL only fair. The coal market 1* tiebr j
2 applicants now on street and the railroads at Fraternally and for drawing pre..t the enormous output thus far
car companies notify me once. That was to close was ,
sent off $6 460 in to 118 A dispatch from Nova Scotia regarding congress
pensions applicants ,
CO cent than last year'-
leading into Atlanta have never failed to the Alliance nearly per greater1
There of
lead manifest. was a large number
who named him their the Hill mine horror
".l i I as agent do their part when the benefit of the city Spring says: .8. M. AD Alia, P. A 8. A. members in attendance, and the scenes Sales of wool continue largo, at Philadelphia ;
collect the The last received
}e to. money. Comptroller Is in question. body was Thursday exceeding last :year's, 00 per cent,
Incident to the of session
closing a were
/ : Wright, as agent, has sent pensions to evening-that of Manager Swift making
It will be the most thoroughly and at New York little, while at Boston
absent The best of humor
I.; about 600 to date. and complete exposition representative and In all 123 victims, including three who TO INVESTIGATE not prevailed the Increase i Is still heavy, a
but even a member who addressed tho
It has been discovered that the late have died from injuries. Aid is urgently Business failure during the
:. most productive of beneficial results of chair at seven
( was laughed Irrespective party
firm of Phillips Brothers, grocery dealers, any :yet held. required. There are flfty-sii widows, Modern Spiritualism by Scientific lines. The disorder was great and incessant day number for the United (States 849,
163 fatherless children and wid- .
of had endorsements to seven and for Canada 40. For the
Augusta, forged Methods.A correspond.
The Bchxlbook QaestUa. and the chair was utterly) unable to
mothers of the of
owed
: notes amounting to about $5,000. One The legislature, at its last session, their deprived support movement has been started In Boston prevent it. Again and again he appealed| log period last :year ,the figure were 230
.
sons.
t' of the notes, for $2,000, was paid by the passed a very important resolution con The National Starch Manufacturing by men of high standing for the in. to the members to preserve order, but his failures in the United BUtai, and 41 lathe ,

man who took possession of the ir store cerning school books. And it's begin- of has sent out vestigatlon and study of psychic phe as well as the strong strokes of Dominion of Canada..
.. after the failure of the firm also went company, Indianapolis, a appeals --- ----
;
ning to be heard from. circular to be signed by dealers, which nomena. The prospectus states: "We wore unavailable. As the hour BURIED ALIVE
( the and collected all
', through country The resolutions arc as follows: binds them to handle only trust starch, only propose to concentrate our efforts on grew later, the proceedings became more & \

r debts due the firm. They have for parts Resolved, 1st, by the senate, the house not to cut prices, and allowing them per the narrower field of spiritualism, pure noisy and It wa with extreme difficultythat Nineteen

unknown.A concurring, That it shall be the duty of cent reduction of yearly purchases. The and simple. That modern spiritualism the chairman preserved the semblanceof And Rescued After .

.telegram has been received from the state school commissioner of Georgia, circular was of a confidential nature and has votaries in all parts of our country, order. The scenes were not creditableto Days of Suffering.
Messrs. Drown & Kooe, of San Marcos, if to : and that it has the influence the dignity of the house Consideration
possible Inaugurate a system or plan was so worded as to appear to be a proposition power to A dispatch from IlaxUton; Pa., says
Texas;stating that the trial of Snydur by t which school books can be supplied to from the dealers to the company. the thought and action of those who be of tho agricultural bill having been Four men were rescued alive from J.ane*'-

who murdered his wife at that place the children of, the state at a greatly re- received from Dublin Ireland lieve its teachings are Indisputable facts. concluded, the committee of tho whole vllle mine Tuesday night All are nan

some time ago,: would begin on the 2d of Reports Is the movement founded on fact or delusion resumed consideration of the general garlans, named Thomas Tomastnskey.

March. In a letter to parties in Rome, Resolved, 2nd., That it shall also be been Wednesday say that for preparations have in I Does the world know And if deficiency bill. The house passed the Joe John Bern, anj J}

the legal firm wrote that Snyder was going the duty of said commissioner to inquire Dublin completed of daily thepublication devoted to the it doe. not know, is it not time for a few agricultural appropriation bill, but with fleece Hatuakewlc men were '

to do "the insanity act," and that his into the feasibility of publishing all interests of a the McCarthy paper faction. The truth-loving persons approaching the subject out disposing of the general deficiency In the mine when the.watn broke in.,

attorneys, a film in Austin, were going to school books by the state, by contract will be entitled The National Press in a serious frame of mind to investigate bill, at 11 o'clock adjourned. Six: escaped and seventeen were ought

endeavor to get a change of venue. with authors and publishers, or otherwise and paper the first number will be issued on, it, guided by purely scientific by the water. Thirteen bodies haO '

Twenty thousand dollars, in silver dol and make a report to the adjourned March 7th. The McCarthyites will begina methods "Is it not in the best interest worts. been taken out Thomas TomaatuakeTis

Ian,'halves and quarters, were shipped session of the present general assembly, vigorous campaign in Ireland on :March of humanity tbat this matter should be The senate has confirmed the nomination In th best condition, and will,

to Washington city a few days ago by should there be one, if not, to the next settled if possible once for alit If it be of Emerson Etheridgo as collectorof doubtO full recover

the National Exchange bauk of Augusta. general assembly, of all information acquired 8th.A delusion, the contagion has spread quite customs at Memphis, Tenn. kn..n a* Joe"from Mtuk'wlth

The bank had $45,000 in silver on deposit by him, with such recommendations cablegram of Wednesday from Lon- far enough and done damage enough al The house, on Wednesday, after a long I parently the wont condition of aU, ap

which it could not handle, so it Is as will assist in solving this question don says: The Sailors ana Firemen'a'Union If there be truth, the worldwould discussion, adopted by a vote of 180 to may not live. They were in 'the mine'

tending it to Washington city to be'exchanged and affording the desired relief. has determined to fight to the bit be benefited by the knowledge. 114, the resolution making the shipping I. nineteen day and nineteen bur and

,for greenbacks. It costs the The states' publishing its own school. ter end, and Ihtpworke'n generally are With this feeling the signers have de- bill the special order,for Thursday and owe their lives to the fact por-.

bank $3 a thousand to ship money to books is out of the question. The slate furious at the surrender of the steve- cided to issue this appeal, asking you to Friday. The Immigration bill was then I lion of the mine where they took rrug

Washington city so they sustain a loss can make a contract with publishers and dores. They accuse, the executive council join with them in carrying on the workof passed.President! i was "cushioned" by fresh air t

of $60 on the shipment. authors to supply books, or can adopt for of treachery, and members of the the Psychic Investigation Association. Harrison on Thursday I pressure of water which rote in toe slo
,
series shipping federation are elated at the ." appointed
its schools uniform of
any text- 624 feet In five minute., They
The high waters in the rivers around Jim Hill, the, colored man who
of their cause and.tha union la _
books it may select The actual inaugu- triumph ported life on the content of dinner
Rome has done some damage in the country disheartened. contested General Cattbiogs' seat in this tbei
districts. Sunday morning a sawmill, ration of any reform of this sort by the proportionately TERRIFIC STORMS congress, to be postmaster at Vlcksburff, pail and oil in the lap a bottln
while it London of
commissioner authorized
seem. A dispatch Wednesdaysays and when these
were
;
floated
or rather a part of one, down the Miss Vlcksburjc Is the largest city !nIlseluippt
by the resolution, would hardly be a : Mr. Parnell, in view of the fact -- water In the mine, which wad,horribly
Ooatanaula and was caught by two colored ) The postmaster's salary Is
fishermen near the Home and Decatur satisfactory proceeding Mr. Brad- that the McCarth rites are sending a deputation Sweeping From the Allegha- $30300. foul with sulphur.
and other well thinks-and the action that will betaken composed of members of the nies to the Rockies.
The portions
bridge. saw is this: The commissioner will Irish parliamentary party, to the United show that terrific The contested election cases In the STATEMEMT.,
the machinery attached to the woodwork Reports of Friday a
(
q house since 1860 have cost the COTON
collect funds is govern.
and investigate the matter States to considering
carefully fully ,
and hauled out of the snow sleet and rain storm is raging from -
; was caught ment This has been
and then make a report to the legis upon the advice of friends, a proposition mountains far west 600000. congress Issued Orleans b-
water. During the day a part of a gin- the Allegbaoy as as more expensive this respect than of by the New
lature at its next session with recom to send Parnellites to the United Steles. Illinois\ and Missouri the ) any
In
house came down, and with it a lot of Kansas. its predecessors. The cases already settled .
mendations. Parnellito will change.
The delegates
seed cotton. This was also rescued by representMr. storm is eapecfall1lOvere. In portions oltre Involve an of $79,000, and statement New '
the Parnell's policy and will collect funds Illinois ana Iowa fruit *. have blown expense OoI by th OreU
same men. three remain on the list undisposed of.
for its furtherance.At exchange,
down under the weight of the ice and
Mr. lIanter'YcDonald, resident engineer RUSSIA'S EXHIBITAt New York Tuesday, James Dough street can were forced to suspend truffle., The subsidy bill provides a subsidy for September 1st to February 90th 1111'Je.

of the Western and Atlantic road" erty the Insane lover of Mary Anderson, I, In Wisconsin the storm was general and every American vessel engaged In the Port reclpt 0,601,890, IGEORGIA

left Atlanta a few days ago to look after Chicago to Surpass Them aU who shot and killed Dr. Lloyd, the physician caused considerable delay to train.. In foreign trade sailing to a foreign port lit overland to mill and Can
the Tennessee and Coosa extension of the COO miles distant from the port from against nO.1 8. interior
In Grandeur. of Flat Bush Insane asylum was South Dakota and in many points in I 8SII6
Nashville and Chattanooga road. This which It .ilA. The subsidy Is given i la of September lit, 411.679. -
sentenced to Sing Sing state prison for : western and southern Minnesota the UC
Ad vices have been received at Wash
little road (now extensionhai had a mod to the of the vessel against 240,930 southern mill
life. The lunacy commission reported inDougherty' heaviest storm of the winter Is raging. proportion tonnage ; i
interesting career. It was one of the ington from St, Petersburg dicaUngthat and the same amount fi paid the vessel takings, 883,800againat281,874amona i
? < cue that he wu the most and the wind bas
It snowing furiously
;k>-' first railroads chartered in the state of the Russian exhibit in the comingWorld's dangerous lunatic they bad ever seen. drifted light snow to such an extent that for each trip, whether she sails loaded or or crops brought into sight during 1781 ,
: Alabama 1848 being the date the privilege Fair at Chicago will surpass any In ballast 7,243,020, against
: <
lead long statement to the the railrosda seiiou In dal. GGU.O-
Dougherty having delay
of the kind the are : brew .
ever by
,' build it from Oathden thing tttmtped
to alzbt
fotlh6
being given Jtetk.
4, and people of that country, court, claiming tbat he was justified In moving trains. Telegraphic communication Secretary Foster was at the treasury cp against ito
to Guntersville. Work commenced government u .
shooting Dr. Lloyd several states U almost at r standstilL department all day Thursday familiaris crops
and that it likely to be the most extensive in sight bgtInto
in 1830. and after a long aeries of ups fog himself with his new duties and nuking for the first twenty
and varied of all foreign At an air meeting, held In Calcutta .
and downs extending through a periodof open t -- the acquaintance: of the other officials February, ,43GI, against 8U3
exhibit. A has been on Vedne Oay, 50,000 Bengalese
.. thirty it has been completed to company
years .
DEATH ON THE RAIL. of the department IIi. callers were so
;,;, within six: miles of Cartersville. The found of leading citizecs: bankers protested against the government's bill numerous that he had to devote himself WIND AND WATEB.
and merchants and manufacturersof ntroduced January in the legislative -
f Nashville and St. Louis
.. road acquired, Chattanooga control of it about two St. Petersburg and Moscow council to protect child wives by increasing A Train Jumps the Track andFoul' almost entirely to them and be requested The Elements Wreak.Terrible
Assistant Nettleton to all
who have already subscribed halt a million the minimum age of girls consenting Secretary sign
months ago, and baa since been actively Men Killed. the official mall acting Destruction In the
as
secretary.The
pounds ($5,000,000) for this from Un to twelve at which West
years agt
t t at work finishing it It is expected pur- :
: up. A dispatch from Richmond, Indiana low of the senate Ne. from T.,
the will be June. 1 pose. The Russian government has been they are to be given In marriage. The Wednesday, by COm
,;"T' job completed by asked and it is understood will con Beogalesa oppose thIS change, contendingthat says: The rear coach of the limited PanHandle will necessitate all the more hate In the the Colorado river broke j>vertho

The railroad commission held an important tribute half a million pounds and the Hindoo scriptures authorize tbat train of the Pennsylvania railroad consideration of appropriation bills. To lane at 'u Monday A Portion

meeting in Atlanta a few days will co operate with them in preparingand marriage be couKuounated before twelve system from Chicago for Cincinnati avoid an extra session the legislative day of plies U Dgt...c.

& ago. The most important development bringing to Chicago aa exhibit of; of jumped the track at Ilagentowa Wednesday of Saturday will have to be continued toa and the damage done i* estimated at
age.
'" was. in regard to the joint rate circulu unusual proportions, which other years started In the evening, and rolled down an embankment to embrace Sunday. The house Thursday $110,0. The Colt "Ye roe ten feet
fire tbat
among A C1o8pcakupaint ;
: issued some time ago by the commission.The will include aa ethnological ex Four persona were killed morning proceeded to take up the in a near Over I.OGO
; Central has been cited to show reason things, the condition modeof works at Minneapolis, Jilnn and several injured. The killed are> O. .hippin.ub.iWJ bill. No raid on the people are homeless la St valley.
hibit representing be the
.. at the next meeting of the commission as well as manufacturing Thursday night proved to mo- F. Deal, engineer of maintenance and treasury has been 10 throuzhly backed About thirty miles Yuma, Gil*
religion baa i is' .
,.._ why they have failed to comply with living and agricultural products of the disastrous one the city experienced don: ..yof the Pan-Handle; George Need- sine DUk Irwiu and his pals succeededin river ha overflowed 0 tracks of tho.

it. The East: Tennessee, it I*understood, hundred and sixty-two race an/ years. The greatest damage WM ham. Attorney of the road; C. I!. Case, passing the Pacifto: Mail steal Even luth Pacific rd Many "'

has a'so refused to carry out this order, tribe cue of that vast empire. to twelve-story the) Lumber block Exchange, at )'Ith a nugnlficen street sot conductor of the train; Arthur Reeve, apassenger doorkeeper sad messengers who claimedto land al- the lo

of Richmond. have Influence with the members. feed were reported
Henucpia avenue. The hobs son blest




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-+ THE EAST COAST ADYOCATE 4- IT hag been asserted in the mos fully that nothing new could be efficient either alcohol aids to or mental tobacco work map if judiciously be- THE WILKINSON COTTAGES
positive terms that the ot "
paMage : said on the subject. The article used. It is the ,abttte of
A wmtir JowAfc IIItVOTKD TO nil DtvtorENt ,, the street ordinance will injure the referred to is very short not occu- stimulents and narcotics that is to ,J.

or PRE 1fDI.UI RIPER AKD town, and depreciate property values pying more than an ordinary newspaper and the individualwho ROCK LEDGE INDIAN RIVER FLA .
LAKE wonrn E<-Tlon. in be deplored,
Titu vHt'! If ;hf* statement column of space; and jet it ,
is likely to become a slave to
i I. correct, it is a reflection! upon deals not only with the intemperateuse
Avenue do well leave them
either would to
Office: Washington Tltnsville. the sanity of Messrs. Ray, Turner' of alcohol but advances the alone unless prescribed' by a reputable These Cottages are Newly Built, Nicely Furnished, and within ten minutes' waft
Indian River, Florida.PCBLWHED and Fischer-for why should sane best arguments we have ever read
men advocate a measure! calculatedto against moderate drinking and physician. of Telegraph and, Postofflco and leading hotels. .'

r seriously injure their own In. tobacco smoking. The writer takes

EVERT FBinAT. terests. The aldermen named have the position that : THE STREET AND.WHARFAGE Have the steamer land you at Oingras whaif-only three minutes' walk from the A I
little else .in the world outside of
r "The real reason for the extensive use ORDINANCE.
whatthey own in Titusville. of stimulants and Cottages. ,
Jntered: At the TltUPVllto 1 IOlt*>iTlC6 sVi 89OODQ narcotics is that they -

ClMI MaU !Iattn. SEJfaTOR CALL succeeded in stupefy and deaden the conscience The passage of the ordinance in Rates : Per Day, $2.50 ; per Week, $12.50 ; per Month, $45,
r securing Hence, If a person wishes to do something
an appropriation of U 75,000tor which his! conscience forbids he regard to the charging wharfage
InvurUblr In Advene, the termini of our streets' by
TERMS at
a lighthouse at the entrance to first stupefies his faculties; or having 5dec-3mo H. H. .WILKINSON. Prop.
'D Check or One and Two Cent St. Johns river the rush council has excited considerable
Posta1.uderg *. during performed an action disapproved t>y his
Incident to the last days of Con conscience discussion, but nothing comparedto
employs stimulenls narcotics
One Year.......'1.110SIx or that which greeted its first pass JAMES Pain Axn President; W. B. BABNETT, Vice-President;
Xwtba,.......................... ........1.00 gress. We hope to see him on to stifle his remor e. The courage months It is ? W. M. BRowN, Cashier.
'Three Month,.............c.......... .*! hand at the close of the next session inspired by drink is responsible for nine- age some eight ago.
Hugle Copy.............. M and succeed as well in providing tenths of the total number of crimes feared by some that the action of I
Sent U My Address U. S.or Canada,Prepaidtditar for a breakwater at Canaveral. that stain humanity. Of all the women council will cause the railroad INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

If our legislature carries out the who yield to temptation, fully one half management; to antagonize Titus-

,. WALT S. OHAHAM.AuocUteEditorAManagBr will of the people, and Providencedoes do so under the Influence of alcohol. ville, and that the town will be injured (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

.C. H.WALTOW. not terminate his useful life, The majority of young men who visit thereby. Outside of a few "

we shall not be disappointed. houses of ill-fame, do so',under the Influence I people who are controlled by railroad I y_.* ''_ A I Authorized_I J ..__. ._.__capital tA..t $100,000**h M _. ._ ;
wno .. .. ...... .. .. -
Influence and
of liquor. It Is well known that are ever "" \.0 'L. '. '1>>",0,000
W'do not hold otiraelve ponnlWe for the ready to resent attempt on the ,
tflnlon* of onr correspondent. but, we claim CLEVELAND was outspoken on the alcohol deadens the voice of conscience, any Average deposits $100,000
t6e right to reject any communication. tariff and silver question Someof and that people deliberately make use of part of the town to check the arrogant ;

Commnnlcatloni for nuhlloathm .':tUI&be writ- his admirers thought his candor it for this purpose, not only upon themselves and appropriative methods of .- :_ 11 Transacts a General I
llile of the >4'r only and the almost Banking
ten plainly on nne paJ waste be deplored.' But while monopoly, our people
our but .
others.
In every caw, be accompanied by the upon Brigands, gamblers ,
JrriSlr-i name and guarantee t necelurlly for next President was a little ahead and prostitutes unanimously approve of the course Business.
but of good faith.ADVERTISING cannot dispense ,
publication, as taken by council. Our aldermen
of the ,
masses in turning these with alcohol. People who Indulge "
matters right side up the people moderately In drinking alcohol and I have no desire to place themselves : Largest and Oldest Bank on the Riier

HATES have come around to his way oi smoking tobacco, flatter themselves that in opposition to the railway com-

Pet YIAB. thinking. High tariff and watered I they do so nut at all to silence conscience pany or any other corporate or DIRECTORS Jof

One Inch,.......................10.00 silver are doomed. Grovcr was as but solely to please' their taste and obtain perfectly individual willing enterprise to ,grant but they to the are f JAR.PRITCRARn.the National Dank w.n.of nARNETT(1'ret1hlent.. H.
Two Inch.. I"-00 "sound as a dollar" in his views, pleasure. But if you give the matter S : -1'reebient N tonalIlkk of t
Three Inch. 20.00 and we have in mind while makingthe a little serious, 'unprejudiced consideration railroad all it may' reasonably require BROWN.Jacksonville' ), W, 8.. GRAHAM and W. M.

Four Inch.,. 2&-. comparison, a real, big, round, without attempting to coveror for railroad purposes. Their CORRESPONDENT" .
Five Inch,or Quarter Cot,. 30.09 liberal intention in this is
honest hundred cents worth ; not excuse actlan It is respect Seaboard National Rank of New York and
Half Column. !KM your Impossiblenot plainly evident from the fact that National Bank of Jaikson\tile. 20
of those
one sham '
legislative eighty
Whole Column,.100.00 to see that the habit of indulging in r.l.'ITUSVILLE
cent apologies the silver men want intoxicating stimulants in small i. they have withheld the passage of FLA. :
large or
For Bl. Month, divide the yearly rate by twoaid the ordinance referred to for
ed seven
to palm off on the working
add 10 per cent. quantities, periodically or continuously,
classes and which the merchant months, and in the meantime have INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT
Tot Three Month*, dlrlde the yearly rate by In the higher or lower circles, is atwayt
tour,and add 30 per cent. would have refused to.take for induced by the same cause, namely, the urged the officials of the railroad, : ANY'"I

Local Advertisements, Ten Cents Per Line more than its actual value. need of muffling the voice of conscience, every few weeks, to adjust the
Each: Insertion. matter amicably, and have intimated fc _
in order not to be compelled to take .
Paid Reading Matter, not In "Loe l News" notice of the that the town was willing to
THE opposition to the street and jarring discord between
columns,The Cents Per Line Each Insertion. grant any reasonable demand that '
actual life and
wharfage ordinance is the of w
confined toa
legal Advertisements at Legal Rates. A science. might be made Broad street has "
,
very limited circle and we are been held adverse .
All the above rates are for one edition per somewhat surprised that manifestation universality of the habit of indulging in by possession
WMK.ff. any for six years. Let another -
year
whatever should brain-poisoning stimulants- others -
have among
and it will be lost -
Bills collected monthly. been made at this time, The ques* in tobacco, which is probably the go by forever.

Check,etc., may be made payable to "flrmham don was settled by the people at most widespread and baneful of all It Steamers leave TITUSVILLK dally except Sunday 6:00 a. m., arriving at Melbourne
12:00
noon. Returning, leave Melbourne 1:00 p. m., arriving Titusvillo 7:00
A Walton. m.
the town election fast October and Is urged that smoking conduces to efficient Leave Tltusvllle at 3:30 p.
City Point.Mr. p. m., daily except Sunday, arriving Jupiter O.OO a. m.,
tT"; Merchants and all others to whom we, are it was clearly understood that the mental work. This is only true If next morning. Returning, leave Jupiter 12.OO noon. Arrives at THusville 1030:
Indebted will oblige us by prenentlng their bills and a. m., next morning with all
aldermen elected intended to re- quantity not quality la considered. connecting point north and east.
the tit of every month for prompt settlement. introduce and pass the,now; famous ; Smoking simply stifles the severe critical and Mrs. Wesley Denison, of Delaware W. B. WATSON, Superintendent.

.- ordinance, if they failed to securean judgment of the mental worker and permits Ohio, are 'at the Denison place for

Address all communications to amicable adjustment of the him to be satisfied with inferior the season. I EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. '

EAST COAST ADVOCATE, matter by the, Railroad Companyafter work. It seems as if the human race in Mr.W. W. Miller has quite recovered

waiting a reasonable time. our days had got fastened to something from the serious effects of his trip to Aft... .

r.O.Box,223. TiTiivii.li, FLORIDA. In fact the ordinance in questionwas that Is clogging and holding It, back. Ohio in midwinter.Mr. .

-.---- only repealed last summer on Some external cause is hindering It from H. 8. Black has been constantly

T7 A. M.Indian the assurances made by the agents attaining the position that belongs to It engaged for several months at Indianola

of the Railway Company that the of right. 1'hat'caule Is chiefly the building houses In that thriving community

River Lodge, No. 00, Erce and question would be settled on a just physical state of stupeficatlon, to which .

Accepted Masons, hold their moo tineaon and equitable bade at an early the overwhelming majority of human Everybody Is busily
the Fuirur on or bo/ore Full Moon, date. beings'reduce themselves by means of engaged shippingthe
at 730: p. m., in Masonic lIall, in the Indian alcohol and tobacco." golden fruit McAbeo & Co. are to ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE STEAMER 8WEENKT

River State Bank building, Tituavflle. These are the views of Tolstoi. begin shipping the fruit they have purchased GOING SOOTH-The Sweeney leaves TITUSVILLK about 1:30 p. m.
THE INDIAN RIVER BRANCHOf this week. GOING NORTH Leaves
Visiting brethren are cordially Invited They are fresh and, to a certain The steamer J. Titusville about 11 a. m.
to attend. extent, true. Perhaps truer in If the abundance of bloom Is any Indi- and Friday at 7 W. Sweeney will leave NEW SMYRNA every Monday,Wednesday
a. m., stop at all
WALTER S. GRARAM, W. M. the J., T. and K. W. R'y system Russia than in America. But to cation of the quantity, of'fruit for the at 5 p. In.Returning. Intermediate points, and arrive at ROCKLEDOB

JOSEPH MENDELL, Secrety. does not pay expenses-in fact say that the use of alcohol is always ensuing year, the owners of City Point leave ROCKLEDOR every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 a. m. 4
never has paid. We have this induced by the same'' cause, groves are to be congratulated. and arrive at New, Smyrna at 0 p.

statement from those in authority namely, "the need of stifling conscience .......,._. nn.u__ ..__ ___ .. win... ..... & A....,.. n ... ._ ....___ _m.CONNECTIONS_ h
WJC: are iniormeu mat eaiiDoati u..u..u.mu 11a11 purcnasea ale oranges a. no &w .""" myrna, for au points norm
it efc Jonns
Why ban failed to do so hereto ," is wide of the mark. The River Line, and Clydes' via ciyaes
are DOW allowed to land at the railroad fore upon quite a number of groves, Steamship Line. 1
we cannot say ; but we do untutured who The merchants and
negro, has little shippers of Indian River
vie., J. F. Martin, Albert Mathls who wish to patronize this line
dock without the not wonder at such result J. will please advise their
payment of a this conscience drinks because''he likes I Hatter and consignors to mark their goods Via Clvde Line care of
wharfage. The Sweeney is the season ; for it has driven away the taste of liquor, and because it Sam Norton. A. & W. Ry. and E. C. T. Co. or Via Clyde Line care of E. C. T, Co., Blue Springs i t

twenty; thousand dollars worth of makes him To the regret of everybody the B P. PADDISON, G. F.
only boat on the river that is denied feel good ; and he may steamer General PADDISON, J .1
the traffic which it might have handled, commit a crime costing him his Sweeney grounded.while steaming out Manager. Genl. Frt. A Pass. Agt. 1

privilege. and which every effort was madeto life while under its influence but from J. M. Sanders' new bulkhead on j 1

have it haul. If this branch lie did not take the liquor to induce Sunday afternoon. Cargo was lightened If You Wish to Keep Well Posted on the

THE lots to the E. C. T. Co., by were run as a railroad, instead of courage to ommlt'the offence and at daybreak she resumed her southward Various

the stranding of the Sweeney in as a feeder to a top-heavy' steamboat or even contemplate the course. I Topics of Interest on the

the Haulover canal last week could company it would pay hand. commission of any crime when his Prof. G. B. Jones has added to the' East Coast Subscribe

not have been lees than $100. This somely. The J., T. and K. W., R'y drunk began. number of his bees that survived the for

disaster was A direct result of the Company is in a bad way-very Wine is used at the dinner party journey from Canada by the purchase of I ibis Paper. '

discrimination that prevents this bad. It is, to use a slang phrase, to loosen the tongue, inspire the thirty stands from Mr. Cook,41 Merritt.

line from making Titusville its I "played for a sucker"-and at both flow of wit and to evidence hospitality Prof. Jones Is a popular lecturer I I

. terminus and necessitates the use ends. The freight it should haul ; and the man who makes a the anatomy of bees and kindred themes.A upon. WHY THE STREET ORDINANCEWAS ence to its own issues under date
of. the hazardous up river route to from the Indian River is, divertedto fool of himself on such occasionsis of October ,. ,
New Smyrna to please Mason week ago last Sunday the Rev. S. REPEALED. 23d and 30th.
secure an outlet for their freight. troubled with pangs of conscience Be fair
Young and of the !McChemey, of New Haven, Ct who is brother-It pays. *
Justice Is slow, but a day of reckoning ; many passengers after his dissipation, not *
will come, and those who it should bring over its line Before ; and his remorse a resultof sojourning with his family at their pleasant The street ordinance was repealed -

hare inaugurated the present from Jacksonville to Titusville are his indulgence, instead 'of the winter home, preached an eloquent last summer for the reason -Capt. Joe. Smith's sloop, the Emly
diverted via Ormond to please the sermon to an appreciative audience at that it was thought best S., has been
dance will have to pay the fiddler. reverse. Liquor is used to pro to leave the undergoing a thorough overhauling
same gentleman and to II. the Public HaIL Dr. McChemey is one subject without action on Simonson's
The bond, given to secure the In. keep mote sociability and evidence any until ways.
junction which prevents the Swee. SI.. Flagler; in a good humor. It friendship among people' who trettt of the energetic and successful ministers the people had a chance to vote on -Dr. Chaa. L. mil, of Indianola, has

ney from landing at the railroad look as If the stockholders and each other, either in their homesor of the M. E. church, and has been hon- the question at the election which been in town for a day or so, waiting

dock has a good name attached' to bondholders, if they value their at the saloon, more frequently ored' with appointments to many of its was close at hand. The defeat of for, and seeing to, the shipment of a lot

it-no less a person than R. II. stocks and bonds as worth any. than in any other way, but without most popular pulpits. Captain Watson was the verdict I' of household furniture for his home at

Coleman, the millionaire presidentof thing: ought to investigate matters any thought of stifling conscience. Sunday, March lit was quite a notable given at the polls, and the sentence the above place. '

the Jn T. & K. WWyCo. a little. Fortunately ourselves, It[ as Tolstoi says, the use of alcohol day with us. In the morning, service. which has ben too long delayed is Mayor: Wilson, Aldermen Ray and

as well as for the present management and tobacco are clogging and Rev. E. X. Getman, at 11 a. In., delivereda now being carried out. Belcher, and citizens Brady and Oliver,
we do not own any. holding back the human its discourse the
race, upon subject of Temperance. left for Jacksonville this
to
IF the J.. T. and K. W. R'y Co. moderate use in America The I morning
at least, kindly attitude of the rev. confer with the railroad
are unable to give the }:. C. T. Co. THE USE OF ALCOHOL AND canaot be injurious ; for the best gentleman towards those differing from "CONSISTENCY THOU ART A the street and wharfage question.authorities We on

v connection' at their Titusrllle medical men tell us the American him In opinion, as well as the practice of JEWEL sincerely hope will
dock TOBACCO. they succeed In ad-
on account of leased
that having people are living too fast and that sobriety commands ef to all thoughtful justing the matter amicably and thus
structure to the Indian ,
River
the constant rush and hurry is Deoole. Those lbit nln< to
? Mro. We dispose of .
-- a matter which fwu
-- ---- are charged h. _
with >ii ma
bieamDoat Company-and this lethe Count Leo Tolstoi, the famous productive of numerous nervous Mary B. Reece, the W. C. T. U. national to objecting Irritating to --- n --
position they have taken-then Russian author to whom we are lisorders. If tobacco has the effect lecturer and organizer, in the afternoon personal allusions against us i our citizens.Sheriff's ,

why not run a side track over to Indebted for such works as "War of acting as a brake to tone service, enjoyed a rare treat. The house claims appearing that in print, and the Star Sale. I
the city dock for the convenienceof and Peace the the writer was
"Kreutzer Sonata, down this abnormal was filled with among
activity why and
an intelligent at the the XPER sad
first to bjr virtue of an execution fawned
sailboats and Toil! pat Robert Ranson U
competing steamers etc.' has written an article not prescribe its use as the proper same time, sympathetic audience. As the out of the county court of Brerard I
back com-
? The expense would not bb in a recent' issue of the Contemporary remedy. Many famous authors was to be anticipated from one of the upon ticle for writing his ar. ty, State of Florida, In a certain cause therein !,
very great pod the increased' traffic JfctnVto London against Mason Young. We rod Chazig. L.1bo_ fa .
,
rndua
a magazine, haTe done their best work under twelve organizers selected by the W. C. I. dd''ndant, cwt e
by such a course would for entitled "Ethics of protested against the articles which Eta day of March A. D. e'I'I
pay : winedrinkingand the influence of tobacco, as a resultof T. Union, from its queenly boat, for considered and win sell to the sal. I have levied
the cost in less than month. The tobacco "e as unworthy of the fore the highest bldd..r fur cash ba f'
a smoking is the court I1uuae
which very effect which Tolstoi ability and easy adaptation to the work Star because between 1Ioor. III Tltusvnle. Florl- .
railroad should have remarkable for its they held the town the legal bourn of Ale,oa the
certainly a originality and attributes to its use. One brain Mrs. Reese it as at home on the platform.The council 8th day of April A.D, lit/I. the Monday leans, ,I
terminal the river. And It condensed up to ridicule, and because lying and being In "d follo.ine
on
they thought. All of Tols may be unduly sluggish anotherover forcible truths she tells were MId; eouaty and slate afore- .!
have disposed of the one they built toi's works are possessed of this excited ; the primary effect ofa In rounded sentences, captivating presented our they Mayor were, to"false.use "the language of of SgSSSSSBi'ata"ffiirSBB118: -. aortII ;

for the general public years ago quality; but one would suppose moderate dose of alcohol on, the her hearers. A W. C. T, U. society was of fact As a matter of the southwest quarter of section northeast.. quarter ,I,.
we II to1rDal1ip
why not provide another They the innumerable' arguments which first would be to stimulate to normal I formed, at the close of the address, of first to were not among the "."s.south; tbence of range 36 rut; thence CO wet III

have plenty of land, for the property have been' advanced, and thousands activity and a good cigar eleven members. Mrs. G. W. Holmes, back. We pat Robert upon the 10 north.. &u._go,south 1ina ot WJ Mid yards quaner; thence JOlaro. theftS we'
in aloBI lbe
deeded to them by Mrs. of books that have been would reduce the second to its president Mrs. Chester were Philadelphia east 011 a line(&r&Ue1 said line Ui"&Ida; theftS
; vice-president when it with the
Titus, and intended' for a terminal, written' in regard to the abuse of proper condition, and place it ta Miss Bell Black, secretary; Mrs. Albert; not its was written, and did said quarter 440 yards; north nun of
extends to within sixty feet of the alcohol during the enjoy perusal until a week I :
past generation, position to perform it* function Faber, treasurer; Mrs. A. L. Hatch, after our return. This
city dock. would hare covered the ground soS roperly. Thus it will be seen that assertion
committee on programme. the Star will find correct by refer. day of March A. D. lIIIt. ,
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IOJan3mo r. 8. JOHNSTON Meager.Correspondence. Market Review. H. R. OLMSTEAD \
Sharpes.The
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March 2d, 1S91
The Pioneer Dealer In INDIAN RIVER UMBER
Misses Herndon, of Danville, Va., The market on oranges/ Is decidedly ;;
firmer. Fancy fruit In small supply And :
are spending the winter months at Dr. selling GENERAL MERCHANDISE
moving/ freely. Indian River : i s..1, 1
We do not hold our elret retporubU for Rente's. $4.00 to *5.00. ; choice bright, 176s and C01\lP.A.NY" .

the opinion of our rorrt pullder"8. J. W. Ballanttne Esq., hag been investing 200s, $3.00 to f3./lO/ ; 120s and 150, t2.2 Eau Gallie.I ,
to $2.60/ ; OOs and 112s, $1.7to/\ $2.00; .
largely In oranges, and expects russets $2.60 to $2.75; tanJttrlne10; / < keep in Stork a Choice variety of Capital, $Q ,OOQ.
A Word from Tropic. to ship fully 2,000 boxes. to$5.00; mandarins$2.60 to$3.50; grapefruit
fancy $2.50 to $3.00; medium GROCERIES, HARDWARE, FLA. '
Y Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Winana, of New TITUSVILLE .
$2.00 to $2.50; strawberries 80 to 40 cts: y.
KEmtUlLtT ARTICLES ETC
York City went down the river to Eden CnO .
for The market ------ ,
TROPIC, Feb: 20th, 1891. a quart faooYltock.: 01
last week, where their son l Is building t a Florida vegetables continues firm; choice And will Sell as Low as the Lowest. COMPLETE STOCK OF

Eaui l Coatt Adrofate: pretty cottage. string beans selling $3,50 to $5.00. ; cAb- Cull and examine Stock 18
my House Boat and Skiff Lumber
The Indian River Steamboat Company of bage$1.50to/ $L7G; beets $1.00; green ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Middleby,
r placed..notice the warehouse peas $1,50 to $3.00; tomatoes $3.00 to
on yes Boston, Mass., with Miss BaUantine $t.So a bushel; egg plant $ .OO to $12.00 J. E. ENDER & CO. Brick Lime Cement Fire-Brick .
terday to this effect: That said companywill have returned from a delightful trip to ,

sot be responsible for Injury to per Lake Worth, more in love than ever: C. J. HECTOR "'V'' tob.tn.n1.l.ersA1'fJ:: : Mouldings, Lath and Shingles ," : <
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sons or freight on the Tropic wharf. winter I
with the Indian River as a real '
The wart and warehouse Is In a dangerous dence. Dealer In General MANUFACTDRIHG JEWELERS Brackets, Pickets, Turned Work, .,-. vECoxusos I '

condition, and liable to fall at 4
Mrs. J. Bfognard Betts, of Somerville, J.l.Cerohan.cu.selUe1hourut': : :: Tituavil Flu rr4tmoci:: to; Ordoi ]
any moment; but what docs the big I. o, '
N. J. and Mrs. Victor F. Lec'oq of New R. ItANSON it.I
._ Mnnngqir, ;
Fla. -
R. Stbt. Co. expect us to do f Is it not I _, t
enough for every'manno matter how ark, N J., daughters of Mr. Ballantine, Repairing of Fine and Complicate

far he lives from the wharf-to bill and sailed on the Iroquols, March 2nd, and Watches; netting of Diamonds and other Professional Cat' s. J. M. Sunders Co.

are expected at Sharpe's; toward the end Hats Shoes Clothing Dry GoodsJust Precious Stones. ,
receive: his freight of the week. I Alligator and !Hog Tusks Curved and TL., OAULDEN,
:Mr.Sanders has transferred die mal Arrived. Splendid Goods. Mounted for rane-hend, brooches, etc .
The Sweeney, just .re1ea 8\t from lut: Shell Jewelry made. GOODSin
and acted
for the for
as agent .
company DRY NOTIONS
OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD i il ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
In S. IL.
: several at the remunerative sum of Imprisonment in the Haulover, occasioned Ray's new building, opposite .
years ,
>DRUGS GROCERIES, GRAINOf corner from Postomco. TlTlTSVIt.I.E, FI.A. '
:I tS per month and a pans*; and when the some slight excitement and much I all kinds; and in fart a full line of Prompt attention to all orders by mal I CROCKERY, 4

..Superintendent refused a pass for his sympathy last Sunday morning. Coming I everything. Call and examine. 11 or otherwise. 21nov JAS. T. SANDERS, SADDLKRV: ,

family he resigned. The job Is now out from Mr. J. M. Sanders' new dock I STATIONERY, ". k

h open at 'f 0 per month. Row long will she went aground, and remained then Meat Market. ATTOIINEY-AT-LAW, FAMILY MKDiriNEi?, ,

this be thus ? for hours-"taking up a homestead" TifasYille HODGES & GODFREY Judicial Will practice Circuit In of all Florida.the (C'otirt of the Seventh GARDEN: SEEDS "-. '. 1

OBSERVER. was remarked by the Captain of a steamer P. O. Ilea,XX. TITIUVH, rI.A. CHOICE GltOCUltlKB, ,

which literally "passed by on the Manufacturers of Money to Uwn.OROROR I HAY, CORN, MAI'ES. KEUTILIZERSi; r t

Wanted, other side." ALL KINDS OF Yellow Pine Lumber .. Honnmn. VALTKH S.Gataan. FINE PATENT FLOUR.Ooooa .

Information In regard to the Kilo, I a Pictures 4 for 60cls. at Woodward'i Fresh and Salt Meats Eggs BOBBINS A: GRAHAM, F1or:1d.a.: ,
> species of Hawk or Falcon, which inhabits ,, nnvnii A DRESSED: ,
tent .Tltu vllle. Picture of a whole Orange Box Heeds,
this State.. A good price will.* Fish Fruit & 1 Fruit 0 Vegetable Cralo ATTORN E YS-AT-LA, J'. "VIC" Rogers
family for 6Oct Also fine collection of Oysters, Vegetables, ,
paid for some of the eggs of this bird. Lumber delivered l at any part of Indian Rive I TITUS viLLK:, Brovanl Co., Florida DEALER
Florida views for sale. 2.t.f.For on through bill of Anyone nmtomplatluff IN CLOTHING, ,.
IN 8KASOX.CASH r.0. ilea .
Fat ,2110.WI1II.ral1t1l1e
Write for to W. B. Porter Coast .
particulars building on the would dn well t 0 .'
writ for prlcwK. The SawmllltieeltuatodonteJ. \ In all thoro-.mtlrwof the Seventh Cents FurnIshIng Goods Shoes Hats ,
224, South Oakley ave., Chicago, Ills. .2: FOR POULTRY:, EGGS, VEG- .,T.& K. W. K)'.,t mile*south of l'alaLILa. (Irrult and In the Supreme fnurt. Hwrlal| fa ,

Charter by.lour or Day. T TABLES, ETC. Agents.i Cocoa E. Billing j Eau Oallle emn, KngenKralnerd. ., dp <br /> Florida. The SOft. cabin launch, Delphine, 19 K. J. DAVIS, Manager. Satsuma fights, ntnRn co., 1 la. ants and Heir to Money Spanish to Loan.Iranu. I FINE CIGARS, EU>, I<br /> <br /> Is for charter, by the hour or day for The only house In town making. po- .<br /> <br /> .[From. the Highland DEMOCRAT.] any point on Indian River.-Address, B. PERFECTED GEO.' ALTREE clalty; of (lent*. Furnishing Goods. i<br /> M. D. L. DODSOX I: Drop In and examine stock and "<br /> my ,<br /> If you want some good old times W. Jerome, Rockledge, Fla. 23Jan3mo CRYSTAL., lENSES. BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT DR lgf compare price Cash customers commantl t t 1<br /> <br /> .<br /> In Flo-ri-da Florl..da.Take .e. n.s.tlatluy ,<br /> yes every consideration competitors<br /> the Indian River steamboat lines The Street Question. tort ut Alwtyt. TituRviilo, i la. I SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SURGICAL claim to confer. I 1<br /> <br /> In Flo-ri-da, yes, Flo-ri-da. Rent for Pianos and Organs; Florida : A MECHANICAL DENTISTRY, Call when convenient. First door *<br /> <br /> .c: There's game and fish of every kind, And now It Is asserted that if the Brick and Lime; Now Process Gasoline south of ADVOCATE: office I<br /> Stove that cannot explode. TrrvBVirjj::, FLORIDA.<br /> street and wharfage ordinance were submitted<br /> t Which yen can take, If your'e a mind, Will at all times handle every dlscript<br /> I, With rod and gun you'll have some fun to the property owners of Titus- Ion of New and Second Hand Furniture TAR. B. I WILLS DIXON & GRAY .<br /> <br /> J' In Flo-ri-da.: yes Flo-ri-da. vllle, it would be repealed. A change In fact will get anything to supply the Ieslcr In ;<br /> ]I" has the spirit of the dreamt wants of the People.Tradesmen's '<br /> i<br /> come over PHYSICIAN .SURGEON/<br /> Good Chemicals<br /> people to meet Drugs<br /> you are sure Soiled Stocks Disposed of Perfumery Met ,<br /> of our citizen's.Last'October we were A graduate of the ; t'- *<br /> of Perm ffl<br /> In Flo-rl-da, Flo-ri-da Will sell Commission University '<br /> yes ; on by private treatyor'<br /> ;<br /> to B. Watson sylvania and Articles Fine Soaps *<br /> compelled oppose Capt.Y. an experience of twenty Stationery<br /> ,<br /> Public Auction wantto<br /> You may be sure you well they'll treat, anything you in <t<br /> because he was not a propertyowner J. E. ENDER &: CO. turn into years practice!, offers his services to JEWELRY 2<br /> Flo-ri-da money. ,<br /> In yes, Flo-ri-da. the citizens of Tltusville and<br /> and urged in his place those who Cash advanced on Goods for absolute vicinity /SPECTACLES & .<br /> ;<br /> The climate is soft, the air is pure, anxious Have exclusive sale of these celebrated sale. OFFICI:: OVER j. w. ROGER .A (,'0.LA .<br /> were. At that time we were ,, Glasses In Titusville.FAULKNNIS SEWING!: MACHINES<br /> *<br /> Your lungs you may be sure to cure, as we are to-day, to leave the questionto I RUE P ELY, Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machine and '<br /> <br /> If you'll prolong your stay the property; owners of the town. KEIXAM MOORE, 4 Machinery Repaired. Watches, Clock<br /> <br /> In Flo-ri-da, yes, Florida.To This suggestion called forth an indignant The only Manufacturing Opticians In JUSTICE OF THE PEACE HTII DIST and Jewelry a Specialty _<br /> <br /> Indianola you must go, reply from an anonymous writer In the the South, Atlanta, Ga. Peddlers. are j.1 Ul Notary Vubllo for the Put at Urge.Contractor School Hooks, and School: Supplied '<br /> GfebOma<br /> not with<br /> supplied thellOgood. and Builder of Subscriptions taken at publisher's price .<br /> experience. .<br /> In Flo-ri-da yes, Flo-ri-da; Star, under the noinile-plume of "Cracker KaturairiulihaBpeclalty/ for Newspapers, Book, Magazines, etc ,<br /> <br /> It's the place for sport I tell you so, ," and the supporters of Capt.,Watson Notice.To MEUlOURNK, r1A.william Prescriptions carefully compounded :'"' 1<br /> <br /> la Flo-ri-da, yes, Flo-ri-da. contended that it was not'a question to All Whom It May Concern. 1 any time, day or night. 1'A4.: ,<br /> <br /> There's plenty of fish, ducks, quail and be decided by property owners alone:; TV OTICE HEREBY GIVEN that applicaI k i 0 ; Fu1oh.; f<br /> IN I .. wW be made to the LegUlatan ofthe I<br /> but that was while they were confidentof C) I DrugS ;t<br /> snipe, State of Florida at Its next session, to pass a ; : Drayman.Hauling ,<br /> And the,world' best fruit, when fully securing the negro vote. If the ques- a loral or special bill Gable the inooruira. done at reasonable rates. Attends ", .<br /> tlon: of the Town of tau In the eo..nt, of<br /> ripe;; tion were left to a vote of property owners llrerard and to declare the tuconwratloo of kW1r :5 11 all departing, and meets all arriving Patent Medicines, .<br /> Ran Gallh valid and of foil force and effect,and :5 trains. ,;<br /> 'Twill well to make a stay to-day, the ballot would be nine to<br /> pay you<br /> Co define the boundaries! of aid Town of Eau Orders left with O. B. Rumph or at J.<br /> In Flo-rl-da, yes, Flo-ri-da. one in favor of the town retailing the Oallle that the and corporate to chanre limits the present will contain boundaries sections to "IJ "' Oaso ADVOCAT office will receive prompt Elegant Perfumery ud Toilet Articles f<br /> <br /> .There's bear and dear and panther, too, right to use a portion of Broad street. I, B, S, 9, 15, in, 11, :M, 21 and 22 of Towuulp 17 pIiEDEN attention. '<br /> has stood for months to South lunge Eait. O. .. -<br /> Council<br /> In Flo-ri-da, yes, Flo-ri-da; ready :20feb.apl24. = Prosoh.or Kept constantly on hand at4 -<';:'<br /> half of that thoroughfare which o Lt A. ;."<br /> grant ,<br /> To give them a chance'twill never do,<br /> In Flo-ri-da, yes, Flo-ri-da. Is a hundred feet wide, for railroad purposes Town Ordinance.Be ;J !$ .. TITUSYILLE, FLA., J. B. Screvens i-|<br /> <br /> and would perhaps do a little I:: ... .. Keeps a full supply of Metalllo and ."<br /> With rifle firm against ;your armThetD It ordained by the Town Council of the Wooden<br /> better-a fifty or sixty: foot right of way Town of Tltufvllle that the right! of passage to 1: i3I DltUO BTOltU. 4 !i<br /> have no chance to do ;you harm, ought to be sufficient-but no, our mon md from the Indian Hirer over the itreete of Coding, Cues and Casket .<br /> <br /> But. little grit'must be displayedIn ; opoly wants it all, and no one will blameit this said Town river having,or over their wharves termini at the upon end the of bankof said Funerals attended if desired. All orders Also the latest Newspapers, Period:, (''<br /> <br /> Flo-ri-da ;yes, Flo-ri-da. for getting all it can. streets,and particularly. over Main and Breed promptly executed, and at reasonable ahi, eto. a i t<br /> streets and the wharves at the termini thereof, rates. Embalming dODe.P.J' 2 : 1<br /> At Rocklodge place, so very nice, shag be free to the public, and that the same I '<br /> Tax Notice.I ire public property. All bats may land at said I FOR j'J' ;; '"<br /> In Flo-ri-da, yes, Flo-ri-da, streets or the wharves constructed or which "FTAT.TTfCONTRACTOR ,<br /> feed deer ft rice will be at the different precincts In nay hereafter be constructed at the sods thereof .<br /> They'll duck quail<br /> you in the county on the days mentioned be- and may make inch reasonable use thereof U pINEAPPLE & BUILDER<br /> Id Flo-ri-da, yes; Flo-ri-da. low to receive tax returns. shall. not exclude corporation other boats which from shall the Ilk.exclude nae.anypenon Wines & Spirits '!<br /> <br /> There's walks you see as white as chalk, March 1801. a attempt to exclude the public from the free Titusvllle, Fla. ,<br /> Haulover.Tuesday,19th.LaGrange use of aaid streets or wharves except aa may be ,<br /> And orange groves that make you talk, hereafter provided by Council by charging Estimates furnished on ,application.<br /> ,.........Wed'day, 11th. .<br /> Their fragrance seem like heaven below, TUusviUe.Tbnrsday.mh. rharfaze mnviction or thereof In any be other fined manner not exceeding shall upon S.KJO PLANTATION. Correspondence and patronage solicited. Beers J<br /> Mtuo<br /> In Flo-ri-da, yes, Flo-ri-da. City Point,.Friday, 13th. for each offence or imprisoned not exceeding ,<br /> ixty days at the discretion of the court<br /> Merrills Island Sanders Sat. 14th.<br /> The Tropic Hermit, you must meet, Rockledge., ;.. .Monday, 16th.Georg1ana.Tueaday,17th.. on This approval Ordinance! by shall the take Mayor effect and Immediately publication T. ?: ]. X1..ob.nrd., M. B. Xltuxxxoll, CIGARS, ETO ::1 .<br /> <br /> In Flo-ri-da yes, Fle-ri-da; for thirty days.Approved < '<br /> Eden iBdiu Rlyer Floridi.v. '<br /> I am sure that yon he'll kindly treat Eau Oal le.r. ..Wed'dsv.lSth. ireb. M, 1WL Una. R. WILSOV, BRICKLAYER &: PLASTERER, OF THE FINEST QUALITY, ::, .* '<br /> <br /> In Flo-ri-da, yes, Flo-ri-da. Melbourne,.... ....Thursday,19th. I Mayor of TltusvllU. 1 00 TO !<br /> Canaveral.,...... ..Saturday, 21st J. W.BOOMS.Town Clerk. II Titusville, Fla.<br /> Those little things don't leave behind. Malabar, .... ......Monday, 23rd. \7\7" 15MTRwfI, Work contracted for on part of Lesley & Renaker.*' :<br /> They brighten up the old man's mind.He'll Sebastian,.Tuesday, 24th Notice.In Drayman, Indian River. any 8<br /> Narrows, .... ....,...Wed'day, 25 Ih.<br /> show you 'round the Indian the Circuit Court for the 7th Judicial Will attend to all kinds of Hauling, Families Supplied.<br /> Fort Pierce,....Thursday,26th.<br /> mounds Eden 27th. Circuit of Florida, in and fur Hrrwrd promptly, cheaply and expedltiously. JDO McAllister ,',<br /> <br /> In Flo-ri-da, yes, Flo-ri-da.: Fort Drum.Tuesday, 31st county, A. D. 189J. In Ch4'Wery.CHtatas Will deliver baggage for passengers ,<br /> <br /> There's other places that ;youll find, W. R. SAJfbKBU, -no x. SMITH)1 Bill for Divorce. arriving or departing on train or steam r 5TOE<br /> Assessor for Brevard county. 8nrrs. Contractor torW.N.HENDRY<br /> X LaCBA )<br /> Flo-ri-da boats. I<br /> In Flo-ri-da, yes, ,<br /> It appean by the bill of eonv<br /> In the good old state just to your mind, Notice. WIERE..U sled U the above entitled Can be found at the Railway Stationor .; Artesian Wells i<br /> <br /> In Flo-ri-da ;yes, Flo-ri-da. canal. swora to by eompUlaaat; and that the at my residence In South Titusville. ,<br /> Ci. County! Court retard County Florida said defendant. Laura l tiuiiib neldee without U. S. Mall Carrier. 6<br /> Where you'll enjoy what there is of life, Common Law, 1891, the State of rlorltaand that she i. over the t<br /> Eau Gallle Fla.<br /> ,<br /> of<br /> ice of twenty-one nan, and that the place i<br /> Away from business cares and strife, SHOLJTIS,HAAS& OUTBKA) Anamplt lie residence of defendant. ls unknown,and that pd-6mo<br /> And pleasant hOUllyou'D; pass away w I damagM said bW fc>filed for the purpose of procuring a<br /> T.a.Hrtujut. J SUO.M.: deeree of divorce between the eompuinaat and<br /> In Flo-ri-da, yes, Flo-ri-da. To T.a.HOCKASAT,Defendant. lefendant.. It is therefore ordered that the<br /> aid> defendant. Laura smith, do appear sad GIAHTQI'S'6<br /> F A, few more words and then rye done ARE REREBTNrfWIED.That a writ saner said bill M the elvrk's'uffltx. In Tilusille ,<br /> YOU f attachment baa beeA issued againa .. Brevard county, fTortda, om or I.efov the<br /> Boat Flo-ri-da, yes Florida sad property attached to aatiaf th day of June. A. D. 1<*I or said bill will betaken Dealer la d<br /> It's th*prettiest place the sun e'euhon., rou lemand of your Gb latlD. Ha.u..d Guthiuaa, piMa. apUn said defendanl as confessed.It II 1 gr/u't<br /> to further ordered that the awUo of this<br /> !. herein,amounting to I1M.87.Now<br /> UJ<br /> . \ Flo-ri-da yes, Flo-ri-da. unlMa TOO shall appear before the Judge order be published weekly. fur the space of three (,itrWlr yttAtti General Merchandise<br /> of said Court at the court house.la TltoavUk nontha In the Bur COAST ADVOCATE a.._ /<br /> our .<br /> ! tThe sunny clime, the land of flowers, la said county Brerard,on or before the ask paplit' published TitusvUte, Brevard;} countrVirida. /,<br /> ' f of April,A".l>. 1WD the lams being rule day, ) DRY GOODS<br /> >The balmy breeze the shaded bowers. lay ,<br /> IXLaad la. this<br /> ud plead or demur to the declaration of the Ordered M Chambers, U ) ADVOCATE /<br /> Makes We worth the while to stay, plaintiff filed herein Judgment will be renderedagaine'on lath day of February,A.i>. Itol.JOHW. NOTIONS :,<br /> by detuh, and your property sold D. BattOxz ,<br /> la Flo-rt-da, yes FloridaA. Co alb, the debWITXE88 \. Judge: of the Circuit Coon, Ith JadicUl cirnltofnarlda. .<br /> the Konorabl Minor. 0. .1-. STATIONERY, Job<br /> R. Fan, Judge of aaid Court a* well as A. A. Btovart. I artily that the foretolng U a true copy of Printing Department<br /> Peekskin.1 N. Y. clerk of said Court and the aeal of amid Court, &he order of publlratkn I made In this case.<br /> Ird idar of Marco aid ISM. Choice Groceries<br /> houeei TinetUe.thia TiMvUteria ,<br /> M the court *<br /> <br /> -)1r. A.Dickinson: Auraatla. was March JA na,A.T.Sasnas.rlnLUf.D. UM. A..A.lnwur,Ctork.. L. GAVLDxt.8A1cttotteroomplataaat, A.A.artw.TClerk.D. i )ll118, FLA. 5 Is Ready to do Your Work<br /> imartr<br /> in town Saturday .Atlorsey.Ls ;<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> ., '':\:...,;. '<br /> <br /> I<br /> <br /> <br /> F<br /> ,.. .<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> r _. --- ,--.<br /> -<br /> + -,. '- '<br /> .. "<br /> '1 f<br /> <br /> <br /><br /> .. .. .<br /> "<br /> .. -D ., .. '' ." ,. ..;!". '. 'I .. ,'.'\ ,-' ,- 2",,'.>" '<br /> ofr"r. 'r .i'< '.. 'j ,, .<br /> ><br /> f. "i.i".F. ; 1 .t ,\ "<br /> ,<br /> .<br /> t tt ,, ,/., : p J k. !', '. !' '. -' ,' ., '.. l ) 'i..f'_(,'-" "<br /> : -<br /> \ ,<br /> > \ f '. : .<br /> 4 ) \ .! ,<br /> -<br /> .<br /> k r !<br /> !t ?<br /> 1'1<br /> <br /> :<br /> \ -<br /> "<br /> "<br /> TT : 40<br /> <br /> <br /> FARALLONBOOKERIES pamceo! cowa.DD Ute eoltlely'egg 6ii I_ A SvunUED LoON: : pLEOT. 61n1NAg. Vanderbilt' !iWontMr. .' There's At good deal; of'<br /> <br /> it oft and drop*Jt oa convenient rock. ... .. business the stcafe<br /> <br /> WHOLESALE TUJLtonra OT BZBDSJTE6T8 issued Then the or broken abandoned egg b according sampled and to fin-the tk* DlmC 1&71'Oot' Into'By Steal" The ancient (lama used a reaping ma thin. V..cerbntw..worl11$20 um were in standard silver 0001,000hi ool-. guarantee keeping of to-day. Its tt o<br /> <br /> FOB !THEIR EOOS.O dictate. of tho gull' palate.It ing a Set J'lah ll1& chine. lan it would present such features as this: exceSS1Or too reluctant<br /> is "Speaking of loons diving and stealing John Milton is sometimes called the dollar after dollar, it<br /> not till September that the"mvr- Put lengthwise, Half the time it means noth-<br /> therH: fftBKinr Prom the Island. res" desert the Fftrallones for other the bait off set lines," said Genera Homer of Britain. would stretch a distance of 4,671 miles,<br /> <br /> for the San FVanclnoo Market. climes. By the end of October the morre Manager Stebbins of the Bath and Hammondsport The daily surplus of births over deaths making a silver streak from New York ing. Words-only wor4.This .<br /> <br /> Egg Poacher at Work. rookeries are deserted; indeed, scarcely Railroad, after reading aa in the United Kingdom is 1600. across the ocean to Liverpool. offer to refund the<br /> a bird of 'this item recently about that habit of the Orovilla Cal.) man keeps thieves Piled up, dollar on dollar, it would<br /> Farallon rookeries afford, -eventtnder specie remain on the An ( teward<br /> The had to a is<br /> loon.ItI I about uDI or<br /> islands. suppose as \Jean beila reach a height of 855 miles. money pay ,<br /> ha trees by tying cow-<br /> the existing conditions of rapid The experience with a loon and a let line from orange Laid Let on the ground, the dollars made under the hope that<br /> another you<br /> guiUemot<br /> and barefaced, unchecked representative to them.<br /> depopulation once that ever fell to the lot of anyone would ft of nearly sixty acres.<br /> wonderful example 'of the of the auk family, is common on lad in While farmer at Shipbach Penn., cover space won't want your : back<br /> :spoliation, a very to enjoy. I was a up Canandaigua a The weight of this mass of surer money "<br /> ,proHfla-power of nature on the shores of the Farallon group in' some seasons. It and I just lived on the lake, I delighted was attending church his hone froze to would be 7160 toc. and that you won't claim the / J<br /> <br /> is gub-ttopkal land. The principal island i ft the last to arrive, and by the middleof 10 in fishing. I was not then shire death outside. To transport it would require 858 cars, Of<br /> <br /> ,-the South Farallon-on. which the May the comical figures of the birds, luring fish with *set line, and it surprises Carlyle is given the credit of first hav currying twenty tons eaoh (this is the reward. ,course.<br /> <br /> :lighthouse is situated, may run .hort of in rows and in standing position, involuntarily me even now to think of the pickerel I ing called the newspaper press "the capacity of the strongest freight cars), So, whoever is< honest in<br /> <br /> :.potable' water in every dry season, but suggests Dickens' similes of used to haul out of that lake. One day, fourth estate." and making a train just about two and making it and works--not oa<br /> ,<br /> ''the lighthouse people would never starve the coffins in Undertaker Sowerberry'a late in the fall, I went out to take up a one-half miles long.<br /> <br /> ,for want of animal food. The rabbits shop,standing on end,in the night "like line that I was experimenting with. The New green corn was served to guests In one dollar bills this $200,000,000 his own reputation alone, but<br /> high-shouldered line was only forty feet long, and had of, the Alcazar, at St. Augustine, F1 .:, dealer<br /> 'let loose 'on the (island by an English ghosts with their hands fortune would assume such shapes as through the local whom<br /> within the memory of in their pocket: ." Like most of the but five snoods on it, eight feet apart. As on New' Year'Day. this<br /> (lmastrmarIner : must have<br /> marine birds I wo taking in the line up popped a loon takes the for free you know, some-<br /> pioneer Californians have acquired posJMMloa the legs are set far back, India palm postage. The bills stretched lengthwise wouldextend<br /> ,; of Quite an extensive patch on the feet being intended for diving and to the surface some distance away ,from Postal cards cost half a cent each, and a 28,674 miles, or nearly the circumference thing he has faith in back of<br /> and<br /> boat the next second the line<br /> tttae west tide of the cliffs. The puffins wading rather than for walking. Whereas my was jerked, out of my band Then I saw letter goes for one cent. of the earth at the equator. the guarantee. The business<br /> <br /> i rue the sole disputant of the right of the gulls swoop noisily around when that the loon had dove down and swallowed A teacher of mathematics say that the Piled up one on another, close as leave wouldn't stand a without .<br /> ,emine Tt domain, and then only to the visitors land on tho island, the guillemots the end minnow on the set simple tearing up or cutting of paper is in a new book, they would reach a heightof .year<br /> <br /> r extent of a claim to deposit eggs in puffins and auks all adopt 1& per. line, and now had the whole a great relief to the mind after mental twielve miles. i itWhat<br /> <br /> neglected burrows. Away above and pcndicnlar position and preserve most line in tow. I made a big effort to labor.A Spread out on the ground they cover I is lacking is confi-<br /> <br /> :around the visitor the gleam of whke'whiff ludicrous gravity. Their sharply con- get hold of the line again, but the loon tourmaline ledge, recently discovered : 746 acres, or nearly the whole surface of Back of that what is<br /> black Central in New York City including dence. ,<br /> the chorus of trusting and white plumage lends to the Park, ,<br /> and guttural re.monstrances began run on water preparatoryto on a farm near Auburn, Me., is saidto<br /> against intrusion is like unto additional comicality to their appearance, rising ont of the lake, and there was have already yielded $7509( worth of ponds and reservoirs. lacking is that clear honesty<br /> <br /> ;Jfflton'* simile to the leaves of Vallam- and they look like nothing so much as a no use. The snood that had the hook *. Tonrlitu which is above the "average<br /> gem<br /> ferosa. row of society dudos and mashers, with 'and bait on that the loon had swallowed ebould I '<br /> claw hammer from the mouth of the birdas During the last 100 yean 333,000 pat- Whether on pleasure bent business, practice.<br /> Nevertheless the birds are gradual coats and white vests, dangled big<br /> outs have been issued by the United take on trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs a6<br /> .deserting the islands. The bones of criticizing a debutante. it fluttered and flopped to take wing. every Dr. Pierce's medicines are<br /> 'numerous ipecics of Paciflo coast birds It is a curious circumstance about the By and by the loon managed to get out States. There have been 600,000 applications. It acts most pleasantly and effectually on thekidneys to accomplish what<br /> <br /> i rarely never seen now are common in annual importation of the eggs of the of the water, and was rising 'rapidly ., liver and bowels, preventing fevers, guarantee<br /> or<br /> *. :Ithe sheltered caves of the group. The murre and its kindred, that the taste of higher, when I saw it stop in the air as There are twenty-six: monarchies and headaches other form of sickness. Forcab they are intended to do, andtheIr<br /> <br /> i vfcrlomt species of auks, the puffins, the consumers becomes sated. In the abstract suddenly as if it had brought up against twenty-five republics in the civilized la Wo and 11.00 bottle ty leading drug- I' makers give the mcney<br /> ft rock: or something and tumble heels<br /> tgnUlemotj, the cormorants, are common, these eggs are very cheap and contain over head back into the lake. It disappeared world to-day. Sixteen republics are in tfsta. back if the result isn't ap.<br /> still immense amount of nutritious matter in South America. t<br /> and breed<br /> 'and tho petrels on<br /> plovers for moment under the water<br /> a On July etb the earth Is farther away from :<br /> islands but other' California birds small compass. But the rank fishy The Indian chief called in derision the parent.<br /> ,the and then came in sight again. If the the IUD than .t any otheKllme.<br /> 'once quite familiar visitors to thegroup, taste cannot be banished by t4 highest loon's sudden tumble into the lake had Cow Killer was Red Jacket. Brant Doesn't it strike you thata<br /> ,<br /> ''hav sought abodes less disturbed by the culinary skill, and the inference is that been singular, the evolutions it went 110 named him in allusion to his lack of It troubled with Ladle any Female Complaint, medicine which the makers<br /> <br /> egg poacher, the ornithologist and the the bulk of the eggs that find their way through after coming to the surface were physical courage. write me, describing cam. home treatment.<br /> <br /> 'pot1mlter. into the market are put to some use of till more '0. Now the bird would Two citizens of Palmyra, Me., have Cure Particulars etrtaln by and mall quick sealed.at 100 small expense.book: on have so much confidence in,<br /> <br /> There is !lost about a mile in length which the! public? is not aware. Certainly hoot off like a fancy skater several,: feet had so many nuarreis that a few davi Female Disc' ** ten cent. Mrs.pope Dr. Man A. is the medicine for you ? '<br /> <br /> ma A half mile In.width of trail on the very few Indeed are consumed as ordinaryeggs in one direction, tail first, stop suddenly, ago a contract was drawn up between Brannon 15 Washington Bt.Atlanta, Oa.<br /> <br /> 'fourth Farallon. Not a shrub of any are consumed, even in the poorest maybe whirl around in a circle three or them that in future they would have<br /> <br /> kind I. to be seen, and the Farallon Ban Francisco homes. Meanwhile the four times, and then dart away in an nothing to do with each other. How Is Your Appetite. .1.1IE<br /> weed, which supplies the raw material depopulation of the rookeries proceed other direction like a flash. Now and<br /> the illness of the late<br /> .then the loon would down out ot During Emperor<br /> year after absolutely unchecked go<br /> fat_tie setts of the bIrd., is the only year by<br /> .Ight'.0 quick that it made head Frederick,'of Germany, it became Ie<br /> Federal my<br /> or State 5a/ Frr.u6-<br /> eVMenoo of vegetation. If there were citto Chronicle. legislation.- swim and pretty soon pop up again: likea much the fashion to consult Dr. Morell it is not good S. S. S.Gained 44'Pounds. {<br /> rabbits would .<br /> the<br /> .try other soon getaway I cork. Two or three times the bird Mackenzie that his professional income -<br /> <br /> with it. Their numbers have, in WISE WORDS. made a start to run for a rising flight, rose to an average of $1200 a day. you need a tonic.Hunger aidsdigestion Ifr. .1amea.1. McCalley, of .i<br /> ;Ifict,been kept within reasonable bounds aud went along all right for<a rod or<br /> Some of the is<br /> }fo.<br /> he<br /> sayi<br /> conspicuously painted a sauce Monet had ;<br /> by elf-limitation. There was not green two when down it would into .<br /> zip drop<br /> A brave hazards his life but<br /> milk of<br /> man not<br /> N. Y. bear<br /> staff enough for the swiftly multiplying hit conscience. the lake again, and souse clear out of new wagons labeL One Brooklyn side panel, has, the Inscriptions a. that gives your food makes dyspepsia for eight year, I<br /> rodents-! eat and thousands died of sight. which made him a wreck, : :<br /> starvation. Perseverance \Ss failing nineteen times ."Gall ding tho loon!1' I said, after "Sterilized milk, guaranteed a flesh-making and siok and ..u1felng.dtuin&<br /> <br /> Of an the bird. on the group the putflo and succeeding the twentieth. watching its queer performances for a absolutely pure and free from germs."' strengthening pow- you enjoy the whole time., After. + ..<br /> era the most picturesque and enterfcriniof The archangel who ha never felt anger while. 'That hook of mine in its gizzard We make some very fine razors at the what tryIng<br /> to the visitor and to the orniCtttAogttt > I bas reason to envy the man who has 'u}). has drove it crazy: and I'm glad of present day, but we cannot make any er. S. S. S. is famous you all the remedies;Including '.,1<br /> <br /> Like most of the :Faralloaeabirds dued It. itl! It'lllet my set lines alone after this, finer steel than that contained in the Damascus for its health eat all the doctor In reach,<br /> <br /> the puffin lays but one egg. Success snatched boldly from the pass. I guess t'"Tho I sword and knives which the ancients he discarded everything and '<br /> <br /> Xfcerparent birds keep strict guard over ing moment, not fearful apprehension, loon kept on performing, and so used several thousand years age. giving and building and cures took: Bwtft' Specific. Be*<br /> I concluded I'd and if I<br /> th*precious pledge of affection, w.hicb, wields the reins that sway the course of could find out what row was up just the ace matter All the mechanical powers, the screw, up qualities. It is you ofdyspepsia. Increased from 1U to 158 ..<br /> <br /> ssi before ,.remarked, is deposited in a things. the lever, pulley, incline plane, wedge,<br /> with it, anyhow. I got to within thirty pounds and was soon ft<br /> rabbit burrow. If such a safe hiding. What Dr. Arnold said of boys 1* equal. feet of it, and the loon tried its beet to wheel and axle were known to the ancients the best of all tonics. ; sound an-<br /> <br /> puce b not available the birds burrow Iy true of men-that the difference be. swim away from me, and so when, in and used in everyday life. They healthy mao.<br /> <br /> oa their own, account. The puffin is tween: them 1* not 10 much one of talent spite of that, I saw that it was moving were expert builders, as existing relic TREATISE ON BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES MAILED FREE.<br /> <br /> easily distinguished among the other a* of energy. right toward me. I began to feel kind testify. ''T..r: SWIFT 8":>PC ric Cf thmt,.. c=" ,<br /> <br /> ..bird. by its parrot-like beak. It isftrmUUrty One sure way of peacemaking is to let o' spooky. But I grabbed an oar, and a* From the source of the Missouri to the '.5 - - ....,...."" ..,- I<br /> known tq the visiting the fire of contention alone. Neither fan the loon, pulling its best to go in the mouth of the Mississippi the distance i*<br /> <br /> Vandals. and the egg-poachers as the It nor stir it, nor add fuel to its but lot it other direction, but rapidly lessening the 4194 miles. The lower Mississippi from .<br /> <br /> "Ma parrot" from this very ciroumIteaoe. go out of itself.Tit space between us, got within rench, I the mouth of the Missouri to the Gulf of<br /> it blow that broke its neck. I :fHt<br /> gave a Mexico is 1286 miles in length. The<br /> beauty doth oft make woman grabbed the dead loou. The set line<br /> The auk family is, however, 'tis virtue that cloth Amazon 3500 miles in length.<br /> poaoher's proud; make them was hanging out of its mouth yet, and I PAINLESS.KWWORTH.<br /> Opal txratributor to the egg- moat admired 'tis The ancient wonderful ,<br /> ; modesty that makes Went to hauling in the lost property, a were glass<br /> wallet.. Just u goon a* the "merry them seem divine. pleased! boy and no mistake.,. But the workers and discovered a method of A GUINEA A BOX. ,<br /> month of May" approaches there is a stir didn't in Intact making it malleable, which we have not '<br /> The reputation of generosity Is to be property come so easy. For BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS<br /> among he small IChoonere and sailing purchased pretty cheap; it does not depend I had to fight and struggle for half been able to do. They could spin: glass ;1<br /> cfraft In Ban Francisco Bayand silently so much a man' an hour before 1 got it in. There was into garment, dye it in every shade of Such a* Wind and Pain in the Stomach, Fullness and Swelling after Meals,, .<br /> <br /> x/Uka/ a thief in the night," each skipper u it doe upon his giving general hand.ex- pretty good reason for that, though, for the rainbow and etch it with marvelous Dizziness and Drowsiness, Cold Chilli,Flulh'ng' of Heat Loss of Appetite, \<br /> works his way out between the heads to .ponces upon there were Jour eight-pound pickerel on kill. Shortness of Breath, Costiveness, Scurry, Blotches on the Skin Oitturbtd '<br /> the "far Farsllonea." His crew, mostly alL lomoly whenever it i* proper to give at that line, each one doing its best to pro- i Sleep Frightful Dreams, and all Nenous and Trembling Sensations, tc.<br /> <br /> composed of Greeks aud Italians, with a vent me from hauling it in. But I got I Umance of a Seeping THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE RELIEF IN TWENTY MINUTI:8.JEECHAJI'S : "<br /> A man conscious of enthusiasm for ./ PILLS TAKEN A3 DIRECTED RESTORE FEMALES JO COMPLETE HEALTH. '' 1<br /> liberal of water-front castftWftys it in, fish and all, and marvelled no<br /> sprinkling great end i* sustained amid hostile I George Reed, of Liberty, Penn., fell<br /> effect petty longer over the loon' For Sick Headache Weak Stomach<br /> land.big' queer performance<br /> Impaired<br /> a quiet, unporcolved from ,<br /> at Shore<br /> ties by the'memory of great worker who and a wagon Jersey afewdaye i<br /> *. In trolling that line Its four<br /> on the South Faranon,UluaUy on the had to fight their way, and who hover baited hook through the'water while ago. His neck was broken, and he died Digestion, Constipation, Disordered Liver, etc., ,<br /> <br /> Sugar Loaf rock to the northwest, be. in his mind u patron saints, invisibly making its rise, the loon had hooked the instantly. At the age of eighteen, in they ACT UKE HABIO, S r itp<A ii/iff tbe niu oalar Sytttm, restoring long-loet floor<br /> puce that is the spot where the birds 1854 flJ?& >rln,lnf back the knit tdat ofaaftatt, and arousing with ho ROSEBUD Of<br /> Reed enlisted in the 207th<br /> helping. four pickerel, and twelve pound of bird Reg. HEALTH the.110/.,>". lost energy of the bumao frame. One of tbe boat uarnntMa<br /> breed! earliest. The cliffs are quiteragged'and There are men without a particle of being no match for thirty-two pounds of iment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, under 10 the ...-JfKJlf25KMi< that BEECHAM'S! riLLS' HAVE THE LARGEST SALE of i<br /> <br /> with A perpendicular of enterprise. They ".tand.ln the old fish, the loon had to stop and let the fish Colonel (afterward General) Cox.: Ha ANY Prep.red ..'T I,,MEDICINE. Tun... IN]I EECH.THE WORLD.&". at.ReI....J'.e..I... r..t.... .<br /> nearly 180 feet, so tho sport is no child'splay paths." Nay, they almost 'lie down in I play with it. I don't thick I was ever so had a peculiar infirmity which attacked Bol.Bold A..n."II rh.for( en ew MYt.B. .F. ALLEN CO.. 368 ud 387 Canal. sl III..Y.<br /> &<br /> and accidents are not unhequent.Eacb'egghunter them; and instead of being guides and proud of any catch I ever made as I was him at times, which took the form of an BEECHAM'S PILLS on RECclPT oc'_ R1CE aura.A sox.MYurme. rail Pmt:<br /> <br /> !: is furnished with a helps, they are hinderance and stum- of those four eight-pound pickerel. They almost Irresistible inclination to sleep. -<br /> <br /> shirt of special construction, providedwith bing blocks. were daisies."-f New York Sun. One night in December, 1864, Reed wa<br /> an.open front for stowing away theggs detailed for The* Have You a ? .<br /> and bed of soft seaweed about Learn from the earliest day to insure picket duty. regimentwas Cough :<br /> ft<br /> in<br /> : He Kept HI* Word. the army of the James, under<br /> the of<br /> your principles against point<br /> the walst-band for the eggs to rest on. General Butler Reed fell his<br /> asleep on<br /> A good hand will pick up and get ridicule reason If; you live can no in more constant exercise dread*your of "Competition is the life of trade," post. He wa found in that conditionby Have You Cold ? .;<br /> <br /> sway with 200 egg a day in this you said a drummer for a Chicago dry-goods the officer of the day lIe was placed a<br /> manner. In due course the egg-pooh- laughter than you can enjoy your life if house, "but," added he, "it sometime under arrest and taken to Fortress Mon-<br /> <br /> ers gather'at the place of embarkation you are in constant fear of death. mean commercial death to .the mer. roe. lIe was tried by court-martial Or :<br /> <br /> cd the unbroken eggs are collected in The DlThlon of Time.A chants who engage in it too briskly. In convicted and sentenced to be shot by Consumption ?<br /> baskets little town in Indiana I used to<br /> wipker for shipment on the a over six members of his own The<br /> piratical-looking little schooner in the "solar day"is measured by the ro- to sell goods to two merchants who company.<br /> sentence was at .<br /> effing. tation; of the earth upon its axis and i* were pushing each other severely. One Cox approved the headquarters.Colonel and his Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of<br /> <br /> The egg-poachers have formidable rivals of different lengths, owing to the ellip- was ft quiet, reserved man, who had very ailment, knowing boy '<br /> in the which ruth. ticity of the earth' orbit and other little to say about his rival. II* didn't peculiar interested himself in<br /> gulls not only<br /> ,<br /> his behalf, and the matter before Sweet Gum<br /> got and<br /> to feel certain of the Mullein<br /> lestly plunder the nest and carry off the cause; but a mean solar day is twenty. seem very outcomeof President Lincoln. On the day the boy<br /> lour hours long a* recorded by time their trade war, and I feared he was<br /> but ft I cannibalistic feact<br /> enjoy<br /> eggs on ,<br /> was to be shot Secretary Stanton returned<br /> the wall. The other<br /> near<br /> pretty mer<br /> *newly-fledged birds. Host of theflartglingf ilece*. An "astronomical day" commences -<br /> chant the to the military authorities WILL CURE '<br /> enthusiastic and<br /> of the; Farallon make at noon and ia counted from the was an optimist, paper proper YOU!<br /> group smilingly assured me he was on the commuting Reed' sentence to two<br /> their exit from the shell in featherless first to the twentyfourth hour. A "civilday" '<br /> A<br /> to Til close rival's in Auburn Ask<br /> highway success. imprisonment Prison.<br /> my year your Druggist or Merchant<br /> at and is for It. Take<br /> commences elge<br /> and nude midnight<br /> state, in which condition they nothing<br /> store or bust, was his emphatic declara The war wa over a year and a half before <br /> furbish .irresistible a temptation to theverage counted from the first to the twelfth tion. Well, I was out in his town a few Reed' sentence would have expired :<br /> $ gull u the softsheli crab to hour, when it i* again counted from the<br /> a days ago. Reached there in the night, and the case being laid before<br /> )( ntgomlltJ-Itreet epicure.. The tiny first to the twelfth at night. A "nau. and the first man I met at the hotel office President Johnson, he telegraphed a<br /> par.<br /> poffins.aw especially 'defenseless u they tical day" is counted as a "civil day," in the morning was the enthusiastic mer don to the young soldier. Reed' death Boat Cough Medicine. Recommended by Phyeideas.taeteca .<br /> make their way out of the turrows in only that the reckoning ia begun at noon, chant. 'How's business I asked. 'I occurred to children take itUs<br /> twenty-six:<br /> just a day hou<br /> which the,natal .hell,wu lying. Hence .4 with the "astronomical day." A went out of business yesterday,' Le re from the night he fell asleep years on his objections 81 dbr1ea LtsCN1c"EBTE"8<br /> <br /> it.. that the pioneer of the poaching "calendar month" varies in length from plied. 'And i* your rival till pegging Lone GletMDtnotrat.Mohammedan post.St.<br /> <br /> party, in staling the cliffs, have often to iwenty-eight to thirty-one days. A mean'lunar away"' 'Yea.1 'Why, I understood you r<br /> <br /> go through the ordeal of a finish contest .month" i* twenty-nine day, to say you would close .his store or bust.' r o<br /> <br /> wll h-the gulls. The latter are urged on twelve hOurs, lorty-iour minutes, two u ala say ao,- earl nee -ana rve Kept my vs. Brahmin. -_ I<br /> like by a desire to protect their own off.spring seconds and 5.21 thirds. word. I've busted "Chicago{ ; Herald. Hindoo and Mohammedan superstition EN6U8H. RED CR088 DIAMOND SD<br /> <br /> ,-so that the foremost cliff-climber A "year" is divided in 305 days. A have met near Calcutta with such a clash ) '19.bbS<br /> <br /> invariably has a lively time. "*olar year," which i*the time: occupied Biting Off Nose that they were subsequently brought into e T" oRIeiea.... Ne .. .<br /> bl the sun in from vernal court. A desirable piece of land -. ...- "'--4 pN i.:: :<br /> passing lay<br /> The- eggs of the "niurre, so called one l ot.. w"-.T.h."t.. a-a. ...._. : ::.=<br /> are quit familiar objects in the equinox to another, consist of 365.2241 A missionary writing of the degraded 'waste because it wa reputed to be .'....to Qw.-..s...w_. Dye.. ..i"... "i__..._<br /> grocery condition of the of the Gilbert 1.- _.... ,, 'IIa eI' r.. r'awvrk..<br /> people _. a .<br /> stores tot Ban Francisco about the end of solar days, which i* equal to 365 day, haunted by a Hindoo goddess who objected a.yq.yLvir.arn .. .. .n. c:" ..,c: '"<br /> :May'or the beginning of June. The five hour, forty-eight minute and 49.538 bland, in the South Pacific, says: to settlers. The Hindoo did all iYlLbklaYla.Y-A_<br /> second. A "Julian I 365 "The further you go north in the they could to propitiate her, letting<br /> earliest eggIlI'8 hid two or three weeks year" diy* MAK :<br /> Gilbert Islands the lea of the<br /> before this, but the poachers usually A "Gregorian year" i* 365.2425 days horrid which you see apart a tree for her abode, under which -VASE11E- BORE WELLS !<br /> scars on Tapitouca disfigure <br /> ,i break: them up for fear of bringing ad. ivery fourth year i* "Bissextile" or "leap or, as they think, distinguish, all the they erected an idol in her honor, to tie. .w.u.ra.- .... ,...wan ITfl MONEY r,<br /> ,<br /> died you," and is 368 day in length. Th which they made offering of fruit and .p.4aA.aeec.Yeet,<br /> rotten egg to market. As previously male sex. But at the same time a* you O"LDOLL.S.1t BILL_.. 1.0)0 110M II:W"K".o4<br /> hinted the error in the Gregorian mode of reckon- flowen., Still the goddess continued implacable -W1Il ..U9or. Ine 0( ILIi lib....... ....., -.6III&TEII: PNer1T.<br /> murre usually lays- go north, there seem a greater intent tokill e (111I&oo_ <I ti.a M n.loao ,,, po.- Ire Tkq PiNUNw.il..h.r. _<br /> lag time amount to but in and, one''man venturing to O ..::r a..r 'AU.I aj<br /> only one egg, and this is distinctly con!. one day 3571. than -it the south, where the intention Vtwo.. focaMtottUabMdL ;; _<br /> col in shape Urge at one end, small and 4US8 year*.- Lmit Pep dlia. seem to be rather to lacerate and cultivate some of, the land, he and his o.._....-_ 4aMdPtaa_vaWm., .. fea4Ort.bKV..u..C.wpboe LOOMIS & IYMAN.Cataloaue .<br /> <br /> pointed at the other. The color of the make the most horrid wound, those children died. Eventually tome Mohammedan o-flfYIiaoI.JaW . .. TIFfiN. IFREKl:<br /> <br /> egg Tories remarkably. Some are of aa Life of Trees. :, which wiU produce the greatest amount *, laughing at the IIindoo superstition o-Cak..u..p; owel.lee d. y..__ OHIO. 1<br /> <br /> ashy gray, with scant brown stripes Recent information gathered by the of misery. One singular propensity undertook: to reclaim the land, Or t..au.tv..hrga._bow ,!.t .... trsqw l. HOME :!, wv'am"r3..pl.Ea.r..a.PPtr.,t<br /> others of t. full sea green with black German Forestry Commiaaion of sign* to an excited Gilbert Islander i Ia to bite off bat, somehow or other, the goddess manifested a< r.arl.., bor ....., taa.bt : ;. ::: .<br /> .<br /> tripe. Dealer often pick out the the pine tree 500 to 700 year as the lose*. This account for the great number herself in a way to scare them off. IW_m._..erpr.m.r..9wYt.s area' l:.U.a.3 lra/a ... a.e.da ROUP 1r.<br /> brown : of noseless person ODe meet. A That made the Mohammedan more de. -..: o.-__ .__.. .r.Y"-JIi'eIQ.<br /> and gray eggs pass them off for maximum, 425 year to the silver fir, 275 ...- ,_... p9 tt..,..,... 11....... "<br /> 'plover eggs,II and charge extra price lean to the larch, 215 years to the red Tew yean ago ODe of them, in hU wrath, termined and defiant than ever. So they -- la3UW"Na w- ...- p. r.a ...; .1..e. ..... a. It.tte LIS.<br /> . for them but the beach 210 to the 200 i climbed up and bit off the nose from the took a sacred Hindoo beast, A cow, to _.. n.rr -.0.."""" 5._... ..... -_ BOie ok 1:0.: .:T.1.4.. Obi.,<br /> pronounced fishy taste aspen, to the figurehead of the Morning Star. It ha the Mia. c... .a. ..t... Ik..H. .<br /> tl goddess' tree and killed it there yO<br /> common U all affords birch, 170 to the ash 145 I vsaerfb _<br /> to and f<br /> safe the alder' Hy<br /> a ,<br /> guaranty since been with of l ad." .........<br /> one don<br /> replaced II .<br /> against imposition when the cautious and ISO to the elm. The heart of tho placing part of the carcass among the .N .EI..aw.o. $L 1o"PPJ' le.a"C.Ye, spceiao MX a cMClklaom a u..sb<br /> Aonsewife I branches, and even smearing the idol ItnarIaI,"- ts.trr.r. _.... ernstY 1 ol ttus 4to :<br /> *'t request permission to make a oak begin to rot at about th of 300 .. .. ., : a<br /> .<br /> T trial WON age JAP AS'literary welfare i* looked after with Itt blood. This BO outraged the aq.- ..eapNd t6.ioosaw. ....rt.: U.8 1hO&i.Habr.II.aD:.<br /> purchasing. In this ears. The holly oak alone escape this / .<br /> arid the purchaser may well take beacon process law, it U aid, and there ia a specimen of tiv 475 newspaper, magazine! *, etc. To- feeling of the Hindoo that they in. BSa -.1Lt.. u nregibs W. lien ao4 trig U rat'<br /> <br /> from the gall, which exhibit a decidedly this aged 410 yean in existence near kin boast of sixteen daily newspapers.It Coked the penal code, and five Mohammedan CACTUS !..../'"'. aaIIe4- ..... CkaJades. eu.tucs6.u .craw<br /> that each officer the<br /> i* imperative : of C.<br /> s as.TACOMJlKJ.tS ,<br /> ..<br /> .<br /> sentenced to .<br /> were .<br /> epicurean in the ia G Imprisonment ok PIoII&. cw .<br /> preference matter The Atcbaffenburg, rmtDy- toife government should subscribe to the gov- i D &DTCHEAL70.: .<br /> <br /> tall -watche* the mum lean the nut. C&M. 1a.iS i ment or jr.a Kwampo. -for"outraging. Tiw.c.r religious. susceptibilities.CAegQ. ." o rS2 S f lOO I TxI ...... aolg'ly.. ;II.1. .<br /> I are UMW* 7Si<br /> utuiukf ; TSIUt'j<br /> 1 t. ra '" .. L 0. .. ..... .. .. ... .. .)start 1891.THE .<br /> 1<br /> <br /> <br /> ( ,<br /> <br /> i<br /> 1<br /> <br /> S *.r J ...... ..,'. _,4 Sr'<br /> .. ; .,.t.-i" "TJ!. ... .., .._ I j,;s. ''' 5-- c. Jt':<br /> 3k, .r : "" :- J '- acs -.a.<br /> h ; J<br /> -o. 1cC.- S<br /> :.... Lit" ,.f<br /> r<br /> ". -' __ _ __ 4 '<br /> =- ., ,..> .. ..,AS<br /> <br /> <br /><br /> ., -- r :' -' "<br /> ,<br /> > ; 1<br /> 'M "<br /> '.c '" '"" ;' >0" ... "'f''.. /, ,! ', ,<br /> '" ,, r : .i'! \ ) >" '. '<br /> ] a<br /> 4 i<br /> w a<br /> <br /> <br /> r<br /> ,. -_. -<br /> T "<br /> .<br /> tOUR sARtr HOPES.' from the natty little satchel at her aide tike truth must be told, the careful manager "'tc..t'.,' Biti of Knowledge.. tortst or Onto, lYrr or T.LSO.i '<br /> <br /> and spread it oa the table between them. of the N t O. thought be had got .. !/' nun Loot J.Cmsir OOVKTV makes, noli that I**Mia the German<br /> <br /> *. Bairjrsao ..iU.U1UO" "This, and this, and this,"she said indicating ten bold of an adre" turess. The largest eiroumtion peter money seaior partner of the arm ef T.t.(:.t.ttr*<br /> each by her dainty fore-finger.! "Yes, of course. I will give you a drafton .Is thai of the 'Halted,BUteis being 700 eundtdanrndbNa1_.aforenaid<n the andolbulssaaid:<br /> <br /> When" early' mot beam "One of the three wiU, I think suit. I the First National Bank of City, millions, while Russia has 870 millions Brm will pay the nan of One hundred Dollars *<br /> brightly wish to visit them immediately. There or my check to that amount, whichever 1'helargest body of fresh water on the for each and every CM*of jATAimn that oaa-<br /> ; Wha beautj they reveal t tKo not be cured by the ate of HALL'S. CaTAiuui<br /> ; of form was not a wasted word, movement, nor :you prefer. globe is Lake Suporior.400 miles long 160 Upaa. Syrup'G.<br /> loveliness<br /> 1. they teem instant of time. John Carlyle no longer sought to Ten miles wide. Its greatest depth is 200 FnA. [ 3. ('tIt.III..,.<br /> To limit or conceal. felt himself aroused his and Sworn to before me and subnorlhrd In ,<br /> Carlyle as sharply: astonishment. lIe gasped gazed fathoms Its surface is CM feet above pr.neetht58thdayof my<br /> A thousand rosllbape. they take, from his afternoon drowsiness as if be at the young woman, wide-eyed and the level of the sea. A. W.OL..IOIII.IreemberA.D.lees.. Closer Druggist, Waiotown '+<br /> ,<br /> A thousand smile they wear, had suddenly stepped into Wall street silent Luther Mellen turned his grizzly {t--l.<br /> The of<br /> ,And to largest suspension& bridge is the Mntgrr l'ubHe Wis. OThis is the opinion ft nun<br /> our eves and hearts before hour. head and<br /> II they make just closing: winked at the touching <br /> manager Man'.Catarrh Cure Is taken and lells<br /> Brooklyn. Internally all<br /> The of the main who store<br /> ) Life's tenure long and fair. "Well yes; we have those ranches for his own forehead suggestively. length span acts directly on the blood and mucous IU,.. keeps a drag ,<br /> sale. Glad to show them to you to Miss Brown aw the movement and 1,60S feet 6 inches. The entire length of face of tho system. S,nd for testimonials medicines, comes m. direct l Contact<br /> <br /> f' for tone, then, the future shows morrow but it is now rather late in the smiled: From that sumo little satchel the bridge is S,980 feet. f'_ rJ.CIIUU*: Co, Toledo, 0. with the patients anditheirfamilies) .<br /> <br /> a Ito landscape filled with light; day to start. Any hour you name in the which had held her map she produced a Tha largest inland sea is the Caspian, r.&ld by brgdsle. tin I and knows better than anyone else!<br /> <br /> We see no signs/ hidden woe morning I will have a carriage at :your letter, addressed to Carlyle's own self, in between Europe and Asia, being 700 miles There Is only one indden death woman how remedies sell, and what true t<br /> among <br /> < Rive up before the sight{ disposal." tho well-known hand of the bend of the Ion* and 270 miles wide. to every eight, among men. merit they hate. lIe bean of all<br /> <br /> Calamities do always hid. She gave him a contemptuous survey. firm. The contents were brief and con- The largest cavern in the world is the the failures and successes, and' can<br /> MAlAfttA cured and<br /> In "I assured the of the clusive eradicated from: the<br /> was k.<br /> a sheltered ambuscade by president i i"Honor<br /> ,<br /> Mammoth Cave, Kentucky.The system by Brawn's Iron Bitters, which en therefore judge "I know of no<br /> a Whence'thel'lIDthougbt; of nndescrled. firm that the employes would do every any eheck of the bearer, Jane rlofies the blood tones the nerres, aids diges<br /> Kay fall hope thing to facilitate inspection of the. Matilda Brown to the amount of one hundred most remarkable echo known is tion. Acts like a charm on persons In genera) medicine for CoughS Sore Throat,<br /> on betrayed." property. However, I have a carriage thousand dollars, should the so desire that in the Castle of Simonetta, two Ul health,giving new energy sad slnngib. or Hoarseness that bad done such effective <br /> <br /> What though these hopes that now arise your command. Are you ready" I Show her every attention."JosHc. BTKMWO." miles from Milan. It repeats the echo The mtlmated population of the world Is work in my '<br /> <br /> May fade in earning days, "Ready-certainly. But I must warn I The date was a fortnight old, but tho of ft pistol shot sixty times. 1,460,000,000. _' Coughs family as BoscHee's .<br /> <br /> '1C following them, we are not wise you that it will be dark before we get document was unmistakably genuine. The highest,: monument in the world is P"Tea Ever Mpeevlatef' German Syrup* Las ,I<br /> <br /> To walk In .,irtne'. ways. back to EI Dorado." When the manager was once more deposited the Washington monument, being GOO Any perso 1 tending ns their name and ad Sore Throat, winter a lady called<br /> All hop. die not-the beet win: live, "Very well." The brisk :young wo at the door of the office of the feet from its base dress will receive Information that will lead ,<br /> The upright heart to cheer, man took'a sensible silver watch frcm N. I., C. he was in a worse state of collapse The highest denomination of United Building to a fortune, Kansas lien City]. Lewis. MOo A: Co, Security Hoarseness, atmystofeWlOWap suffering r'oma'n<br /> the waistcoat which was the very counterpart than that occasioned the assault States<br /> And better views and comfort give by legal tender notes is '10,0No<br /> To of Carlyle's own, and glanced at of Noah Webster, for this time it was bills of the value of $100,000 have ever FITS stopped tree by groan ORSA.T severe cold. She could hardl/tallc,<br /> every passing;year I its face. "Ten minutes to two. The mental. been issued in this country. use NIBV Marvelous KUTORKR.ru...No.. Treat Fits after!** and ant U day's trial and I told her about German a Syrup ><br /> horses I have hired are warranted to \ free. Dr. .. and that few doses would give re!<br /> "How do you like her? demanded the The of land in the United Kline 631 Arch St. llitU.. P a<br /> travel ten miles an hour. Two-till facetious ![ aggregate) lief but she had confident in<br /> TEXAN ROMANCE. McCarthy as his colleague States owned by members of the House of I ; no<br /> seven-we can accomplish fifty miles dropped helplessly into a chair. Lords and British syndicates is 20,041,600 patent medicines. I told her to take'<br /> and not postpone your dinner-hour very '"'She-she's bought the Lu kalong; acres Are a bottle and if the results were not<br /> a greater area than all\ Ireland, ,<br /> b' The round distance could<br /> great) not and she's going-to pay cash down-in I<br /> BY I would make charge<br /> EVELY1C RAYMOND. 2,000,000 more than Scotland, and over satisfactory no<br /> be<br /> thirty, so we shall have two hours the<br /> morning: as soon as the are<br /> for examination. Is that convincing ready," said Carlyle, with an papers imbecile half as much as in England and Wales. for it. A few days after she cared<br /> <br /> The epidemic of prosperity which had The unmistakable scorn which emphasized smile. "She bought it-because she liked The longest tunnel in the world is St. You Ready and paid, for it, saying that she<br /> visited that portion of the Lone Star her inquiry stung Carlyle like a the flowers 1 Some sickly blue things Qothanl, on the line of the railroad between would never be without it in future as<br /> <br /> State favored by the protection of the nettle. Audibly, he said, adopting her that grow there. She can't be much Lucerne and Milan, being 0} milesin Tot the a few doses had given her relief.*' V(<br /> <br /> Nugget Improvement Company had, in a own terse speech: "I'll get my hat. more than twenty-one, but she must be length. hi the cbanie blood of are won liable sod to to arer,wkea tapnritin -<br /> ntnlfMt '<br /> measure, abated. The receding wave Mentally: "I'll teach that vixen I" Then 'cracked.' The loftiest mountain is Mount Everettof snort gnexpeoted ways,redoes year general themselves kmlth.to -'i' a: >gr<br /> <br /> which had floated hundreds of delighted rushed to the inner sanctum for his "Hm-ml I think you consider your.. the Himalayas range, having an elevation er bring en that Un4IM11q' Bood' Bsntparffla<br /> voyagers to havens of rest and richness white headgear.The self done for.' The firm will be glad to !of: 29,002 feet. wan do you enormous amount of toad Jua_ lOW KINGH., .<br /> <br /> r had temporarily stranded upon the shore throw you in to bind the bargain; and I 'The greatest cataract in the world is fcypurtfyhif your blood and traOdmf up year Q"8o<br /> of idleness two clerks of the said com team which would like Then I'll tarn so that yon will "tide 0..." the depressing ALL <<br /> sped along at a pace yonr position. go Niagara, the height of the American Falls effects of milder wenUiar. Try Ik I<br /> pany.For. promised to verify their owner's wordas for Kitty. Bought it on account of the I. being 165 feet. The highest fall of water I COUGH CURES<br /> the tide of business had ebbed, to their capabilities, and for the first flowers, did she I wonder why I You .In[ the world Ii that of the Yosemite in ;<br /> that afternoon, from the office at El Do- distance At bet there I ,<br /> no one spoke. they turned wasa reason. California, being 2,650( ) feet. Hood'sSarsaparilla DOCTORACER'S<br /> rado, and the young: men in question out of Dorado to the open the girl calledto There was. Being himself engaged loa<br /> <br /> had no choice left but to await its flow the driver: "Not that way. North college graduate the ,,typewritist hadan Things to Remember.,<br /> <br /> with what patience they could. first, to Sunset Ranch, then the Beausito. appreciation for brainy women, and<br /> ij .Strange,!' remarked Carlyle, "how Though I expect the Luckalong will ho knew that no such person as Carlyle At present there are 218,000,000<br /> <br /> everything goes ,in waves," Cold and suit, me, I'll look at the others, too.?' described would go into a rash speculation Catholics in the world, according to the<br /> heat, crime and 'charity, stagnation and "How have you learned so much of however appearances might so indi figures furnished by: Rome Bold by all oruntoM. fit Hirer A3. Prepared only ENGLISH ::1<br /> \ activity, divorce and mattimony-wish J I the route?" and "Reckon you've ben cate. 'Ibis country has 1,000,000 miles ol by a I.BOOD A 00., Apothecaries\,, Lowell Hue<br /> <br /> was scientist enough to explain tho here afore, hain't you, mi'am asked ;Nor did she. When her business withit telegraph wires;' enough to reach forty 100 Doses One Dollar<br /> ; theory." Carlylo and the driver, simultaneously. was completed the office of the N. I. times around the globe.Of .<br /> h, You'd need an audiene of scientiststo "By study. No 1" she answered them C. knew Jane Matilda Brown no more. the white population in America 8 REMEDY<br /> <br /> comprehend yoa.", both in one curt sentence That is, in person. But tidings of that per cent is unable to ,either read or<br /> ; :McCarthy moved his long legs from "It's a charming country," volunteered wonderful young woman reached it from write.<br /> SOLD IN<br /> ,; his colleague's desk. Whirling around Carlyle, determined to make her more time to time. First, that, living at the Farm lands in the United States, taking iw -<br /> <br /> in his chair, he opened a drawer ,of his voluble. finest hotel in El Dorado, she was super he country as a whole, occupy only 281)) ENGLANDfor M'<br /> ) own typewriter cabinet and took out a "That is why I came-ono reason," she intending tho erection of a houso and acres to every 1000.<br /> F' 'letter and a picture. corrected herself, truthfully. other buildings at Luckalonz, most admirably To complete their growth, the nails Ic. IHcL and In<br /> <br /> 1 Carlyle looked at him through the "Reckon you've lived in some, right constructed for comfort and the of the left Bond require eight or ten days AMERICAfor<br /> <br /> ',1 rings of smoke he was lazily puffing. and smart of a town by yer looks." needs of the climate. Tlien that, as more then those of the right.A r .<br /> <br /> .,,1 sighed! At first she did\ not reply; but she was soon as the house was habitable, she had healthy adult, doing an ordinary 88 cents st bottle.<br /> "Hang itl I Don't you ever tire of evidently more friendly to the man in moved into it with the invalid brotherfor amount of work, will require from ten to IT '<br /> 'that business blue jeans than to his brother in cheviot. whose sake she had come to Texas. twelve ounces of meat a uay. TA8TES'OOOD ,:<br /> ,<br /> ; "You bet I don't! McCarthy spoke I "No; it was not a large town. I've' just But the little blue flower The fame England has more women workers than I -<br /> <br /> i; apparent truth. Given!, a half,hour of graduated from- Woman's College." of that marvelous blossom spread far and any other country, in proportion; d J ECLIPSE COTTON PLANTRfI.<br /> <br /> leisure, tae typewritist ,was certain to The expression at the corners of'the wide, and followed the other rumors ulation; 12 per 'cent: of the Industrial \II .<br /> I produce the same velvet-framed photo beautiful mouth certainly deepened, and into the N. L C. office, even as it had classes are women.' '<br /> <br /> graph and the last underscored'epistle of the brown eyes accidentally glanced traveled beyond it into the distant city, A grain of fine sand would cover 100 =:.- I<br /> the photograph's original. ''Ah-hl I Carlyle-ward; but their gravity was where the president of the company of the minute scales of the human skin, ... -<br /> don't I wish that I could see her 1" lie profound, und the intellectual brow gnashed his teeth in impotent rage. and yet each of these scales in turn covers : '<br /> <br /> held the picture at arm's length and f.ur- above them appeared so forbidding, that "Outwitted by a chit of a girl whom I from 800 to 600 pores. Ir YOU wa...TO riKD A. Would<br /> veyed it through half-closed eyes. that unhappy mortal dared not,just then, knew in her cradle! he groaned. From 00,000 to 120,000 hairs grow in a scarcely eel more fort IIIUto"D10G had<br /> CarlyleV:mustache began to turn upI attempt the crushing of her spirit upon "Here's for your lassie, that knows the human scalp. bonitht It from ns. We have these goods at<br /> at the corners, but his friend's infatua- which he had so rashly resolved."I inside of a book as well at the covert" Nine hundred and fifty submarine telegraph such money low in PAtnlflor prices, that them.you scarcely miss the<br /> <br /> "*tlon was sincere that he rarely let his shall be delighted to give you any jeered Cornelius McCarthy, still enviousof cables are now in operation, moat The same remark applies to our watches=we \\\1\ \<br /> sarcasm go' to the of words. his comrade's and carr, an Immense stock and all only reliable<br /> length information<br /> you desire, although you salary, maliciously of them in Europe; their total length is UmeklM'\'IIn. liefore purchasing: and see '<br /> Slipping so far down in his own chair seem nearly as conversant with our pro- remindful of past weaknesses; "In the vernacular over 89,000 miles. ue. J. btsveus A: lira, 47 Whitehall tit- J\\ btfAdiL<br /> that his head rested against its leather- perty as I am." There was a delicate of the great Luther: 'That air little There are about .103 women to every Atlanta, Qa. Bend: for catalogue.Bermuda I";;; I<br /> <br /> 'f; cushioned back, and throwing his own ring of sarcasm under the suavity of the blew posy it 'pears,ne'er blows nowhar I 100 men i one-quarter of the populationof an\mTl1llf'iAfl\ / d.li wiuit/11911'/ !<br /> <br /> long legs upon the desk which had just: manager, which a dull ear may have mistaken thet thor hain't a coal deposit; an' bless the world die before the age of seven- Thin celebrated Planter of which theN<br /> !, been relieved of his follow toiler', he for flattery my stars I of that short-spoke gal didn't In thousand Bottled."You 8,0110 now In use, has been before the.at'onr<br /> teen only one one llo for twelve and bits .<br /> years; years Riven vntlre<br /> observed Jnne Brown's ears were not dull know it. An' come ter Texas tel hunt must ta to Itermudsu If<br /> tarnation. The simplest<br /> lives to be one hundred year. old, and will and moat effective1 sod M<br /> ,"Speaking of girls-they're like seashells in form itl I Warn't she ? The you do not 1 not be responsi reliable of the kind ...<br /> a queer They were and sharp Luckalongwas only six in one thousand leach seventy. tale Icr' the een.eq uenees." 'But, Implement ma. Vree><br /> animaL" dainty coloring, and like an Indian's for wuth the money she paid for it, A German biologist that the two lootor, I ran niriird neither the draft from stronic complication and durable in Its mechanism ll will plantwithperfect Itent<br /> 'McCarthy was deep in the letter. lie clearness Nor were her bright eyeslind. anyhow; but now the deposit's turned sides of a face are neter says alike} in two thai time Is nor Impossible the mone, try,." "Well, If accuracy,thick or thin as may be <b .<br /> vouchsafed an assenting, guttural I > With a little sidewise motion of out a mine-Je-ru-ea-lum I" aired (Guaranteed give att.faotloiy. no*<br /> I cases out of five the eyes are out of /line; l List; price f 8 Ul. f. o, 5. oars LaiLrlnOurt.; K. C,<br /> "Ugh[ and read on to the end. her compact body, she managed to remove -I That time it was the retailer of gossip one is stronger than the other In seven SCOTT'SFiaoisioN Bond for circulars.. Agents waned. AoJreeemanufacturer.<br /> ''Confound it-you t Talk." herself a bit farther from her ellow- who was bombarded with the "un- eye and the is t). O. LYTC3I,<br /> out of tell right ear<br /> "Be calm, Jack. Is it Shakespearewho traveler, and to look him squarely the abridged," but he dodged the missile, persons higher than, the Mt.-Ladut' --, -LaorlnbnrItlcbmonU, .- Coot K.C.<br /> says that Speech is silver, but silence aoe. There was not a trace of boldness and the volume crashed the glass of the \IatM\generally JownM. Tk...IvereeTnrwZseonud .<br /> <br /> Is golden'?" in her cool gaze, yet its object found it "private entrance." lone(tU.LnlY.afr.'....(._.Vpejj Inijoes. ,<br /> <br /> 'Shakespeare?' -Cornelius, did you disagreeable. "I regret that I was "Charge it up, Jacky IJ That was plate How to Told t Shirt: OakuA.So oc..;/.l a M V< r.tl..tla.tssergr.aw ',.<br /> ever go to Sunday'school?" obliged to ask your company, Mr. Car- and cost-" TolBU xJuoet : '.<br /> <br /> -{'In the days of my youth-yes." lyle. I did it partly to satisfy my brother, '.'Hold your tongue, will you? You Few things put a man In a temper more u..1 will show D. SUM IU eweMB tot ttM:' y<br /> "You should go again. But-lpeak- but mostly for form's sake." can have my place. I've been going to than a badly folded shirt, no matter bow OF PURE NORWECIAN yield 6t>u >e4 fifomT 0<br /> <br /> ing of girls-' "So: I perceive," assented that unfor. tell you for some time but I just didn't. well it Is laundered. There Is a certainart COD LIVER OIL., of 30.teed...whtaa cIsan twai.... L<br /> 'You've said that once." anule, grimly.At I'll write my resignation now" in the method of "folding" that if I sometimes rail It Bermuda Bet- Y1re<br /> "1'I1.aylt twice. Speaking of girls, Sunset Ranch' they tarried briefly, "Good boy I But you lazy son of a carefully followed insures stiff cuffs and tied and many eases ofOON8UMPTIONr .<br /> I hate your mannish, strong-miudedwrt. and the possible, purchaser employed her millionaire, you can afford to be kind toa an unruffled front. Spread the shirt on PROF. LOISETTE'S NEW<br /> <br /> .. Do you know the kind I'll fall inlove time in a peculiar manner She made McCarthy of Cork. Kitty shall write a table or bed fold over the two sides .MEMORY BOOKS.<br /> with?" I Mellen drive to the various points which you a letter." so that they lie one over the KsBMrr Srsletas. rfj<br /> lengthways,<br /> "No. Nor you." commanded a view of the lands and "No; I beg. I-I'd rather not, ,thank other the bosom. Turn the aleeves or Serere Cold allow....DrilI....h U.feiM e( cimbnUfarwuMi ate<br /> upon I have CtJHED wills It) and the e .>4 eUMmed 4tee.l..t eaveNKT<br /> "I do. She must be poorawfullypoor. through her gloss examined nothing but you. back half way from the shoulders, doubling advantage la that the meat yeas)- A :Prospectus. l-OtfTnuSi*,be &Mwi<br /> She must be deucedly pretty, tbo the soil, or the herbage which covered it. "Don't mention it. I'd rather not the sleeve gussets in half and allow- five stomach ran take It. Another ..ir FornlUiur.Louurm.A4draroi. m isH ,. A.e, ....YeIII.PENSIONSh -<br /> thlnr which commends It Is<br /> the<br /> --and babyish. Blue eyes, yellow curls, "1 magnificent: outlook I"! enthusiast-! also. I need it myself. Dutwhat'll10U leg them to lie straight down on the etlmulatlnc properties el the UypopUMBfclies T<br /> pink cheeks; timidity, clingingness, call exclaimed Carlyle, who had the do?" folded body. Then take the whole and which It eontalM. i jrst5<br /> nero-worship me, her hero-and all merit of sincerity in his. admiration. "What I have always desired. Super. give it a cross fold upward, so that the You UruarsrUfs will and bat It see for yen sale get al your the tP; .<br /> <br /> that lot. She must know nothing more "Yes," assented Miss Brown, with intend the working of a coal mine. Oh, lower part of the shirt which Is turned .....lnal.Ccrrr. KMCsJilttM." : -- w w<br /> of books than their coven, and she characteristic brevity. "Drive to Beau- by the way, I'm a graduate of the Schoolof over shall cover the upper part of the I .-- see..I::. := .1atb.ateaa<br /> must exist but for-and in-ME." site next." There was some anxiety, and Mines, Columbia; and when I told sleeves and bosom.-r-Yaniu Bladt KI-T:'n OKI AM "'<br /> "Boshi Better go drown yourself!l" a trifling disappointment in her tone. Jennie we agreed that I'd better begin Abnrbxl Applied tola f MaMrfls 1 Uu to B=<br /> <br /> "Thanks.: I can't, on account of my "But, pardon me, I do not think that to apply my knowledge, practically." There are thousands and thousands of ,. ...M ike Sans s4 DesOATARRHI O..D41B11biW1our04<br /> !beggar maid'" you half comprehend the resources of "Jennie gasped Cornelius. wives and mothers in New York who !<br /> <br /> "You'll marry a rich giil. Dark, in.. this tract Cannot you give a little more "Yes. Jennie, or Tillie, whichever make ends meet by sewing on overalls ,<br /> dependent, learned. She'll boss you ime-" you like." that pay 73 cents, shirts 00 cents, vests ,<br /> from the start." "No.,, I have seen all that 'wish. "Do you-know-her? Or rather, OS cents, trousers $3, flannel shirts $1 a lselnc.T.*U fed Bnwll,quick.Ir ._ >fil9 feJ yr I 11 ii"OAMyMsmj-i)f *<&..I MM ..lr MkVi><br /> What I seek is net here." love her Because if don't a.nn" OoM la Hod M4 .flHIlla. Ke ..-.ritHM.SJ ..<br /> "Never. find their<br /> you dozen. They are obliged to BM< -'.. sn>, M DranMU.KLV |>'.r.k... M *MV WOTk. oltf' ... lh t<br /> "Sure. I've observed that one always At Beausite it was the same. But "Yes, I rather love her" interruptedJack own thread for the overalls and shirts, iuus ,N Wsma,SLji.Y. hal'O Wii"' ....A.wEim.5.1.5.t :"M!I..l.% iMMb A4A<br /> marries the opposite of his ideaL I when they rode through the rolling richness drawing forward his paper and and carry the work to and from the shop. PUIIlTfvn'faxlUDIKD All..... U a.ilIJAthIldila.a..ae. m uri.u.Are...<br /> <br /> shall. I said Id never love a girl who of Luckalong, the girl became pen."Since U they take a street car one-tenth of BAGGY KNEES Cretlj Past Stretcher ". .<br /> was fat and had red hair; but Kitty, transformed by a wordless eagerness, and when?" their earnings is wy<br /> gone. Aao.dyea d..Y M fan Aa1ss nod.5*.. :<br /> ... ::Jt=:&<br /> here, is as round as a squab, and her a t silent enthusiasm quite equal to Car- "Since she walked into this office and Oa4l..l.ebpe.f.rl..d.d ..,"..rep. Larhar a tae.ue'e ,<br /> hair is 'auburn.'" yle's own. Even then, apparenUl' her took me to see three ranches in one after. Kerosene will make tin tea kettles u >>.. .1.% OMZLLY II P..| f*IU_WMliWo I. fOU .t..Mess. ......_,,.. l; BEAmYOU nmu:... ...m '<br /> did not catch the theround. Saturate a woolen<br /> t'E ftapbT 'Cornelius McCarthy, eye noon. bright as new. rag<br /> seer. Aged four-and-twenty. Died of It was only the green flower- "Jupiter Ammon t Bay, did she bear and rub with it. It will also remove<br /> <br /> wisdom on the brain.' ,Oh-u lh-a-ah I" dotted garment which clothed it. The you yawn that day! ?" u stains from varnished furniture. G'WIvES'I! ,<br /> <br /> Jack Carlyle gave vent to cue of his doubt which had shadowed her intelli- Carlyle drew himself up with dignity. hg .....mml fee ,..... ,<br /> Indescribable yawns-a combination of gent face gave way to joyful conviction, There are some things too sacred even f<br /> and little ejaculation for The drmsxlsts throughout UDt1'f''N We Offer Ton a Remedy which Injures<br /> shriek' steam-whistle, and the dulcet one rapturous escaped friendship. t t<br /> Baking Siecl'-Ur o< ndllus; liawka'CrystaWiet -<br /> notes of a burro. lie stretched his six her. "Exactly what I hoped "Well never mind. I see she did. I'm Le_ They write Uial tav make Safety to Lift of Mother and'Olild. A.<br /> feet odd of length to about tea by raising .. she cried and clapped her well-gloved glad I shan't have to any more. But more rooMjr. la else propoctltto'eat la etock.of this'' line. t tC'w..cothett's<br /> '<br /> aarlUnf they ran -<br /> thus )<br /> his tenacle-like arms upward but hands. what about the blue-eyed 'beggar- ..than have toMD t advtrtlied extensively : .: :<br /> was brought to a sudden collapse by the An action so womanish both surprised maid'?" I.many rears, and have received IB* en. : Friend" *<br /> <br /> landing of an anabriged dictionary i.. and pleased her escort. "Feminjne "There isnt a beggar, and but one ..Met clthwus m.stsnd.ol U,prnv&1. United 01 BlalM.thousands They ol ar.p.grrlr tue.<br /> the pit of his stomach. after all," be thought and smiled toward fool, in Texas" ) sougU after by Jl>eo *ele-w.a.ers Iud<br /> The silence which prevailed while the her. "You like Luckalong best I see." "True for you. Still, take a friend's ,.>*.nrwben. ..4"will|I.per. dr.gglats.and. jeoeral Robs Confinement of IU PAIN, UOBROR<br /> hunt IQ04a.<br /> .'eon dea al clerk" of the N. L C. I, "I like it and will buy it. You can I advice, old chap, and face the music Eicluslvesalelsa'fvMi more *to pat to one arm In coca town. ItlSK, it Thousands Testify i 4Jl<br /> gathered anatomical. fragments together return to El Dorado, Mr. Mellen." squarely Now I adore my Kitty, but-* QM trade can be built sip. sad the entirepeclaele<br /> John stared. All hit she bosses Jane Matilda Brown ia badness of a large section can boaon<br /> Carlyle experience me.<br /> wag ominous. It was broken <nxiHa d d'wkrruu foods. Fartory- ten N. 0., Jaaaarr 110. UMAX, ....1... ii,1JsB =<br /> unexpectedly A ,cough and a smothered had prepared him for no such smarter than :you are, and she'll boas "tur t'iL. m. WWUhall aJ- Al-<br /> this. "Perhaps, for It's fate" lasts Use Yes terms sad prleee.cWr.e .. Toe mash east be said la praise efMother's After wing oil bottle of UatnersFriend.<br /> 'laugh: both feminine, fell on the promptness as your you. It. HJwtes.13 Whitehall MIAtLSta.. rrUad." Mr wife Bssa alytve ," beftre........... I so2sr4 baa<br /> bosh with startling distinctness. I own interests, you should examine the Maybe it was. That was some time bottles before eOIib.m..'. sad was little pals and did lot experisaoe that<br /> "Thunder! there's somebody in the property more thoroughly. We are perfectly ago; but the checks which are sent out The larteet foreWa landholder the United la labor only twenty minutes. the Is do.* weakness at\er.ar',1Ift&l i& SBSA ease.<br /> office" gasped Carlyle and rose. Glowering I convinced of the value of the land from the Luckalong homestead are still SUtee I* the EflglUb sexesBaow.'s BjfwUnte Mo. 1.In Texas' splsadldlr. Taaakste" Mothers rrtsndiUO. /' My recovery was rapid.<br /> at the typewritist and reserving we sell, but we wish customers to be signed "Jane Matilda Brown also with UOOmO t. MOKTO M*(. AnrtS fI.4Ii1'L.i<br /> If after thinking it well "Carlyle." The but is attachdby boa Bitten cores Drspepela, Ua- .<br /> that assailant's punishment for a more I I I equally so. merely<br /> convenient season, he became at once the over, you still desire to puttiuue, we will a hyphen.-(Frank Leslie's. Uri fo.: ..*..BUlotuoMS to.aiiii Iriffeetieo.aod Oeoaral lone Debility.* j bervee.ppiTiu. OiniM- sm n EIJI, Hula rn-JI1j, n llCllJt! It PM. lUG Jer Ili J! tUI. "!Cct 1I1Dt1D..1aIId yrl .<br /> make the terms as easy---" pr.a., .. Tba .bal took tot Morsli I IJdcoUarIo .<br /> bland<br /> dignified gentleman whom the N.I I sad children.London. BRADFIELD CO. ATLANTA I-<br /> L C. bad Iiouore3 with their trust Jane Brown bad allowed this waste of weak-women REGULATOR CA.I<br /> Tfcer was somebody .in the office. A}I lung power se long U she could Her UnoPIU HOMISO.ATI.'U. .tile largest elty Is i the world eon- IIrLI :lIT ....z.x... masv0wx.'r.. --.a -t '<br /> little the blackboard impatiently talalua popeJatlua -. & persons.WVsCfilo" -<br /> Tefy .taiigibls toptebody-trier of foot tapped -<br /> dark of eye alert, and M1t-rel aDt.tigur"l f ana she put up her band with BI.b-A good name for a journal Lee Ilsadacfc Cure. "anaI. Blllousnccs i<br /> face WM grave and quite as dignified uCarlyle'e : a gesture of annoyance."I would be The Pencil. ltesia effect, Jiuitk and loelttve' ia action.n ." aaCURE '<br /> terms and &. further Jiaks Because it would have ,rat pre rrrcipt of J.l per bottle Headache _<br /> own; but the shadow of a smile I'l need po sore Addad 7aDcWUe IL a-wUy.Ho. : .<br /> still lingered around the deep corners of f examination." point to itt -<br /> There are a thousand acres of Luck. Binks Ne, Because would Timber 1CMra1, farm Issd.tad Ranches Thlsb'10tDrtiYualq.emauedfarfasots' Malaria.<br /> the prettiest mouth in the world i every one yfawart, Jf..- Texas and ArknenyVS<br /> "f want to examine three of the along. and the price is fifty: dollars per take it.Jiaks0iborrow. fa ht and said.Ty4rhC..Ks.astxlyMe. M "'II F. SMITH & CO..<br /> <br /> ranches the Kugqct Company hare fortale. acre." 1C-{American fitstioasr -, OttskessGari.Uooaa wtaayw5.re.ag ; Makers etH BILE BEANS<br /> <br /> ." b..I opeaed map that she drew He considered this a clincher; for, Uamass ..,...e(iiI...1'1 W..Uu.., U&,...... 299 ft 297 a-lLM.: ; r. Y. ClI,. ,.<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> ,<br /> .. a<br /> <br /> <br /> "",' '" 4It._ .... ,' :, ,,,- '" k- .. ',. I '. J _2 eb... ,: -.. _<br /> : = .<br /> ; M'.t ...._.- .._ -4-' '" -, -r, ; "_p ._ _;" _, -A -- .- Ask -_ ;;; : r<br /> '<br /> "<br /> _ ;;;;; r'o<br /> - --<br /> <br /> <br /><br /> .<br /> ; *- -<br /> <br /> ) { ,' .' j .' (T"j- -TT<br /> <br /> < I<br /> : :<br /> <br /> <br /> ". .' ,J<br /> <br /> <br /> 8 'TilE EAST COAST( ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, MAR. 8, 1891. -<br /> <br /> _<br /> . iIiifTOi's EXPERIENCE u Its pineapple*, 'coconnnts" bananas and<br /> <br /> spring vegetable It is at the junctionof :E5'MfIJ Q'<br /> the St. Lucie and Indian river, and CLOTHING;j<br /> [<br /> ON INDIAN RIVER.. fanges from 25 to 50 feet above the wa- sg:t ( B UJ y o bJ:<br /> <br /> ter.home.It is a grand place for a winter r =' ccrosr =<br /> lo t!<br /> SHpg :<br /> A Trlbnt to the P..tlf'n of One of Oar "Early on Friday morning the Sebastian -CD/>> '<br /> <br /> StMinlM.Htu (npUln. "WhoiMi Stock of worked easily through the Narrows, a g: 3 .3 ?;= t1 I'= .0.. .0.. HATS BIlGES }<br /> <br /> that 1)lrablf'UumlllT Wonld Make JobAnhntnrd where channels had been cut to secure O t fn ', 8. ,<br /> t a. i<br /> of lilmaelf.Mr. deeper water. The banks were lined r; CD h"3.&S :. "'1 !:' JUST RECEIVED j<br /> with mangrove bushes forming an impenetrable 2 Ei"! .!.. ._ "<br /> .. .<br /> John K. Wallace, editor of the breast work against human ['n .Q/>><br /> "'.<br /> Asbury Park ./<./iW-a genial gentleman Invasion. The branches of the mangrove g... 0 g ... ':rr.e ;-j K:: Eilry THE :EAZA4Rs.t''f t''.<br /> <br /> whose acquaintance we recently drop down into the water or on P: y. 0 e_., JlI e: ;:: ,;" Z AT<br /> the bunk and take root. On these root a'nn ; 1<" ,,<br /> mode on one of the Clyde steamerc-has are growing oysters, and empty shells :: g; A c.. & j "'CD ; ,<br /> retnrnoil frnn: bill Florida trip, and is that have yielded up their fat occupants tI : rA "M ,, /Ie dM 0 tj;<br /> <br /> giving his !'t'I\lerlI a history of his experiemM. shore.to the waterfowl and "varmints" along "1 g.r:.tIJ M : [ : :gQ G Special Sales Every Monday I<br /> <br /> That portion which relatesto 0AC ;<br /> .<br /> "VTHh beautiful rainbows on one side M c :;,, (U [ ifiE ap .<br /> !<br /> readers e<br /> Interest ; 'lP<br /> Indian: Hirer may: our of the river and a hear shower on the I r+ t<br /> <br /> and we publish It for their amusement other, we drew tap to the dock at Jupiter Z S 'CD /) a =aO J. P. TURNER & COGroceries<br /> 'An early morning ride brought ns at 7 o'clock on the morning of the ff em o = ra. 1<br /> back to /Stanford In company with Mrs. 6th Across Lozahatchle river, which 11 qto" a dt ; I:;: ,. r/) g<br /> Tom Thumb and her troupe of midgets, joins the Indian at this point, was the :2BB ; ? ;o- o F t'i .- j<br /> who h. d been on an exhibition tour. massive tower and buildings of Jupiter = i1 fn 04 f ; :c "<br /> s :ee::<br /> .? :<br /> tn L.<br /> Another ride of forty-eight miles took light, a flash of the first order. ftast-!: iff 3 o5 v S Q.O" Sot:! H :E.: .,<br /> us to Tltuavllle for the Indian Hirer ward was the Inlet, with the white caps S, J.rI e. 0 rr {II<br /> steamers. There was time to see the of the Atlantic breaking close to shore SOLIC 5 e: ... Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer I<br /> place and marvel at the Immense flocks We stood on the wharf and watched HIS & L'J ... Hay ,<br /> ,<br /> -bead and mullet swim- e y- ,<br /> Cf ducks that hang around the waterfront pompano, Iheep toI I IF<br /> A resident said It was because an ming unconcerned in the clear water if3 a' f!. .'.0.. -s. I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of i<br /> ordinance prohibited shooting in frontof about the piling. Our steamer soon m GrocerIes<br /> the town, and the ducks knew where filled up with returning passengers, and t o go x dCD f 8 Staple Ac Fancy Fruit '<br /> they were saf o. in less than an hour had turned her "' i1J m And Food Products .<<br /> '<br /> "Late In the afternoon the steamer prow up stream. With a dozen others a lfJ ..1e8 J Ih Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of'<br /> 8t. Sebastian came up much behind we made life a burden to the natives and -. ..... .......<br /> time, with a heavy wjnd and current the ticket agent with questions of various 0 ::;' "1'1. .8 Grain Hay, Bran Cotton Seed Meal, I<br /> Against her. Repairs had to be made to sorts until the train took us toward CD S Id '<0 and Wheat.<br /> the big wheel at the stern of the boat, Lake Worth. N m<br /> from which several brace-rods had been I S I 'am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above line of<br /> <br /> broken, and after taking aboard supplies Indianola. Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit<br /> <br /> tot the culinary department, several your patronage. Very truly,<br /> cords of wood for furnaces, tons of baggage -, ::]. X. :aB..ADY.f<br /> and nearly one hundred passengers Rev. Gove will preach at Hildreth BREYARD COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President.<br /> <br /> 'vrbo had landed from the Jacksonville chapel Sunday.Mr. ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary. WALTER S. GRAIIAM,,<br /> GEORGE M. ROBBINS,<br /> 'train over the J., T. and K. W. road, the<br /> boat headed southwards and arrived at S. J. Field has professional packers Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.<br /> IlockledKe at about 8 o'clock. Here packing his oranges this week. STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER 1<br /> of the and their pilesof<br /> many paHxengors Dr. and Mrs. Holmes of Point & Graham<br /> trunks and gun and rod cases went City Robbins<br /> ashore to revel In fishing, hunting and were calling on friends here Saturday.Miss COCOA FLORIDA.Incorporated'188D. ,<br /> <br /> the beauties of this garden-spot of the Julia Roberts, of Cocoa, spent REAL'ESTATE .<br /> JState. Dozens of sail boats, launches<br /> here the of Miss Anna .<br /> Sunday guest<br /> And steam yachts were at anchor near Dealers.<br /> Real Estate<br /> the shore and at the wharves. Reed.<br /> <br /> While many left us, there were others Mr. C. II. Engle, who has been here CAPITAL: EXCHANGE<br /> who cimo aboard for the trip down the Paid Up, $25,000.. ,<br /> river to Jupiter Inlet, and by train and for the past two months, left last even Authorized, $100,000. ALL KINDS or PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, .AND EXCHANGED.<br /> boat to the far-famed glories of Lake ing for Palatka.<br /> <br /> Worth, with Its cocoanut groves, pineapple The scaffolding with the COCOA Indian River FLA Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.<br /> gave way !<br /> plantations and banana gardens, ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.<br /> and It was a Jolly party notwithstanding carpenters, on S. J. Field's house, hut .<br /> <br /> teamer.the subsequent misfortunes; of the week.injured.;Fortunately no one was seriously Honey. to DIRECTORS Loan at Lowest Rates. Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and Titusville, Brevard Co., Florida. ><br /> <br /> "After a meal such as one only finds on : Exchanged. P. O. Box, 250. .<br /> Mr. and Mrs. Adams and Mrs.,Grether G. HABDEX President<br /> S.<br /> a steamboat, and renewing acquaintance ,<br /> We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Real Estate and are Sole Agents for a<br /> with those met before, and interviewing and family, started for Jupiter, Friday, JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President By All Inquiries will be promptlyand large list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard county. ;<br /> those who were to be fellow travelers for in the Solid Comfort, a neat little houseboat R. B. HOLMES, Cashier. reliably answered. Fire Insurance RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and. value of any Property ;<br /> a day or two, the evening passed delightfully '<br /> ALBERT A. TAYLOR) J. M. SANDERS, written In standard companies at lowest on Indian River.<br /> In the cabins of the Sebastian I .<br /> over<br /> J. F. WOOTKN.: rates. Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled }<br /> games jokes and some funny reminiscences -I Mr. Wallace and family have returned<br /> and every_effort will.be made to give perfect satisfaction to Intending Purchasers<br /> by Captain Bravo. The boats of ,<br /> From a delightful trip down the river who may favor us with their patronage.<br /> the Indian River Steamboat Co.<br /> :<br /> were where they have been for the past week No l'ropertlellllsted unless the Title is Perfect.<br /> built in Wilmington, Del., and form a In all of Interest.To Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of Low- t<br /> continuation by water of the Tropical taking points The Co. Priced Lands. .<br /> Clyde Steamship<br /> Trunk Line System of the Jacksonville,<br /> Write for<br /> Catalogue.<br /> Tampa and Key West Railway. Theyare parties about to build we would Descriptive<br /> <br /> of light draught to suit the uncertain say-Did you ever hear about somethingfor A<br /> river channels and the canals that roof or walks superior to wood<br /> have been dug across shallow places in :<br /> the two-hundrod-mllo trip southwards. shingles or tin, and cheaper then either 1 EDWARD STILING<br /> <br /> State-rooms and saloons are nicely fur- If you have any curiosity in this direction ,<br /> nished. Wicker arm chairs and settees write to the Indian River Lum- t<br /> <br /> afford pleasant resting places when the ber Company for books and samples ofCay's Cocoa Indian River Florida<br /> tour of the lower decks has been made :<br /> and conversation turns on the wonderfulattractions Manilla Roofing, which you can<br /> of this favored section of read about. See, feel, test, tear soak, Dealer In<br /> <br /> country."It toll, or try to burn,,up, and then decide<br /> was along towards bedtime when for yourself if their recommendation Is Paints Hardware stoves Tinware & Agateware ;|<br /> the Sebastian had to slow down and assist ,<br /> <br /> another boat of the line off the canal worth anything. 8tf. PLUMBERS' 4: MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS A: PUTTY TABLE<br /> bank below Melbourne. Shallow<br /> water was responsible for the mlihap. Special Bargain. &: POCKET CUTLERY BARBED WIRE WIRE NETTING,<br /> <br /> Our boat had a similar dose later. Now York Charleston and Florida Lines.The of; WIRE CLOTH.DOORS .<br /> i fine business Broad street ,<br /> When near Indian River Inlet, at 4 That on ,<br /> o'clock In the morning, the high wind lust west of Indian River Lumber Go's<br /> drove the steamer out of the channel fflce. Fronts 60 feet on railway. Large magnificent Steamships of this Line are ap- .<br /> and she grounded on. an oyster bed so<br /> tightly that nothing could budge her. building now occupied by J. S. Watson pointed to sail as follows. : m<br /> <br /> Captain, mates and! crew went without &: Co. Price 1GOO.OO.. Very easy terms. (KAXDAXD TTMB.)<br /> meals and rest. They worked. The anchor BOBBINS A: GB llAM. From New York. from Jacksonville.<br /> was carried In a boat from the steamer a (t1ar20K.B.) STEAMER Florida.<br /> <br /> hundred yards away, and dumped over- An tent Monday, :Mr. 3d ate p. ..,....TROQUOIS":.......Bandar, Mar. 8th at 2.00 r. Mat o 0m<br /> ......<br /> Wednesday Mar. 4L&as a p. .ALO NQUIN.TuMd ), Mar. 10th, 4.00 A. Mat -<br /> board<br /> and then the crew would man the Friday Mar. eth.at I P. ....."CHKROKEK/1........Thursday Mar. 12th 8.00 A. M M<br /> capstan and endeavor to wind the haw- Monday, Mar. 9th,at S p. ........YItMA88EEt..Jlaoda), Mar. IBth, at ..00 A. Mat .<br /> ser tight enough to move the stranded Mr. John Allen, who was one of our Wednesday, Mar.11th,at I P. ....... ....... Tuesday Mar. 17th 10.00 A. Mat .<br /> Friday Mar.13th at 3 P.Monday. ......"IROOUOl.V.........,.Thursday Mar. 19th, .OO 0000. .<br /> steamer. It was like trying to make the pioneer citizens, and who gave Titusville Mar 18th,at 3 P. .S"ALGONQUIN"......Sunday, Mar. 22d, at SUM r. M.<br /> mountain go to Mahomet. The anchor its first public hall in the business portion Wednesday, Mar.18th,at T P.Friday M."CHEROKEEtl.......Tueeday. Mar. 24th, as .,00.6.. .. .<br /> fluke cut through the mud and hells Mar.IOth.SI P. ..;..."YKMASSKKThursday, Mar. Seth at 6.00.6.. MM -- u.;<br /> <br /> and refused to hold. '''Two heavy anchors of town protested vigorously when sidetrack Monda Wednesday), Mar.Mar.2Otb aid,ala at 3 P.p. .M."SkMINOL'.Sunday........IROQlTOI ......Tuesday, Mar.Mar. Slit SWth,, 1,00.6.8 JO A.. Mat M.. sass:, BLZN"DS, :aE1.XOK: ,<br /> were next carried out. Captainand the railway company put down its Friday, Mar.Hth at 3 P. M......ALO NQTN'."......Thursday, Apr. Zd, at 10JO A. M.<br /> crew waded In the water or jumpedoff in front of his building, which Is Monday, Mar.30th,at 3 P. .....:.CHEROJU.JC: ,, .....Sunday, Apr. 5th at 13D A. H. Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.<br /> the order better New. Guns, Ammunition and Tackle of all kinds. Goods Gauze<br /> dory in to' get a now occupied as a packing house. lie Fishing Ship Chandlery ,<br /> chance to work. Half of the hand Doors,, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves Coffins and Caskets<br /> did with the aid of Gaul-<br /> were soaked to their shoulders and con- manage, Mayor St. Johns River Line ARTESIAN' WELL FIFE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice<br /> tinued at their duties with water running den, to stop its construction on his lot, Cream Freezers; Brick Lime Cement and<br /> from their trousers Into their shoes. but he had no money to waste in litigation Chimney Pipe; Flags &: Bunting;<br /> They sang and whooped away at the and had to submit to Its construct- For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc.<br /> <br /> windless almost without intermission Ion In the street a few feet from his the St. JohnsRIver. Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondence ,<br /> until late In the afternoon. The cap solicited and estimates furnished promptly. 9<br /> tats had been overboard twice and had building. He died In the Jacksonville<br /> wet all the clothes In his kit. He had epidemic a short time afterwards, and TU elegant Iron 81d.-wbee18teamen<br /> <br /> tusseled with the anchors and exhortedthe Mr*. Drudy of Emporia, Is the present "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE,"<br /> <br /> darkey crew to one more effort. of the referred to. A. SHAW,<br /> There were times when It seemed that owner property "FI3ED'K J. S. Watson Co.<br /> nothing else could be done but cuss likethe If a brick building were erected on the DE BARY, i<br /> <br /> army in Flanders. The passengers lot of Ray Tompkins, now occupied by Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr., ,<br /> really expected It, but not a profane the Indian River Lumber Company at Ar appointed to sail from Jacksonville dally except Saturday at 3JO p. m., and from Sanford,<br /> word did they hear. Job was credited dally except Sunday at>.a.m.<br /> with a great amount of patience, but he the corner of Washington avenue and COnu1:1ission<br /> SOUTHBOUND. 8CHIDULE. NORTHBOUND. :<br /> was never captain of a steamboat on the Broad street, It would be Impossible fora I Head Down.Laave Bead Up.<br /> <br /> Indian River In Florida, with such a team to pass between the building and lie P. M.............................JackaonvWe..Arrive 11.45 r. M.<br /> hard contract on his hands. Captain M 80)0 p. M.......................,....,..l'alatb..X-.. 7.00 P. M. AND<br /> Bravo the; railway track. Thus the south side 1JO A. M........ ....... ...........AJtor .......... IJO P. ..<br /> didn't even get mad. He was of Broad street Is at moment liable 5.4 a A. M......................M....St. Fraac4.......... 12.45 p. *<br /> worried and barraged almost human any .... ..... .. ...... .. '<br /> beyond 6.00 A. It.. ... ... .Bererford. .. .. u 11.46 A. M<br /> endurance but he held out faithfulto to be rendered impassible. In view of ** 640 A. M.. .................,....Bine Sprlup........i. II 1I4MA.M* FORWARDING MERCHANTS<br /> and Arrlve8.00 A. M............................. Sanford............ 1.00 .6.. .* *<br /> the end was" "greater than he this fact, is It any wonder our aldermenare I *. 1.16.6.. ..................,........enterprise............ 10M A. *'<br /> Invaded that taketh his ranks a lty., and four The of"gr his p"crew bad anxious to settle the street question General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St. Jacksonville.:<br /> <br /> were down with cold and headaches. before the seven years possession by the r.M.IRONMONGER' Jr.. Florida Passenger Afent,81 west Bay St.JackaouviUe,FU. Dealers in Fertilizers<br /> ,<br /> .1.0. PILOT Freight Agent on wharf foolHogan Street JacUonvllto ria.<br /> How the man kept up under such a railway company, which has almost expired JOHN L. HOW ABD.liorida fnlgttt Agwt,Soul Laura Street Jackaoovilla.rU. ;<br /> train was a mystery. settles It forever. J.A.LESLIE Sumrlnundent.,foot Laura Street,Jacksonville,1'''.<br /> THKU.O.EOkRTnme Manager 8 Bowling 0_.New York. P.Henderson & '<br /> "The sun was sinking low In the west Garden Seeds<br /> MARSHALL H.CLYUK.....TraOa Manager,I Bowling Oreen,New York.<br /> <br /> and around the the black windlass boys hoarse were and trudging ready For Sale.A WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Genfl) Agents., (Orange &<br /> <br /> to drop. The wind had shifted and a* very desirable cottage In North TIe 1* B*.ta Wharves,rklladeipkbu I Burling 0.....Mew Trk Boxes, (Crates paper..<br /> we were near the Inlet, the tide came In<br /> little by little until those on the deck rnsvllle, situated on an extra large lot,<br /> felt the hull scrap slightly over the suitable for gardening. Good location CEMENT PLASTER HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA LIME<br /> <br /> hells and on worked the river harder'bed. the The crew engine shouted was and neighborhood. Also 40 acres of MELBOURNE HOUSE GRAND VIEW HOTELJTITUSVILLE Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.<br /> land with house and<br /> started and Inch by Inch the steamer young orange grove I Ii i ww F1uoaiaIt Can WIt.D..ir.d ... .<br /> .4 tha& ...<br /> and other fruits UM7 LOADEDICEDBIU'ZD<br /> moved Into deep water and so continued tropical near LaGrange, Ii MELBOURNE.Within Propel'll<br /> sad TRACED<br /> ben course. Barrels of Ice were put and 3} miles from Titusville. Both of i e.UaatJo..<br /> <br /> aahore at the fishing camps opposite these fine properties will be offered of the Atlantic. We will Buy aU kinds of Fruits Vegetables, FUll and Skins, in fact<br /> 3 Miles Indian River Fla.L<br /> fit. Lucle where Senator Quay caught cheap for the next SO day For prices we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us.<br /> nis big tarpon In November and when<br /> SewaU's Point was reached at 8 o'clock and terms apply to J. B. Terry South- M. MABBETTE PBOPB. Correspondence solicited on any wants you may have.<br /> <br /> the captain concluded to tie up for the old N. Y., or to Jones 4 Atkinson attorneys Good Fishing Sailing. Respectfully, J. S. WATSON Ilk CO'"Advocate"<br /> night and get sleep and rest, so as to at Titusville, FU. 23-10t Shooting ,<br /> nave daylight for the passage through<br /> <br /> the Narrows above Jupiter. Some of This Is the most central Hotel town,<br /> the passengers ascended the sloping -Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Flint and Miss Job<br /> dock to the high point and In FIRST-CLASS TABLE 4 APPOINT'MEXTS. and Is only one minute's walk from the Printing Office<br /> E. J. Nouns of Washington. D. C., '<br /> charge of a New York lawyer, who has Railway Depot, and close to Steamboat<br /> MtUed on this property, Inspected a were at the Indian River Hotel on Monday HAS A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF NEW<br /> <br /> portion of his estate of 18,000 acres,with %" Transient Bates, 93 per Day Landings. 18 DESIGSS. 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