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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
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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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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k Celebrated Case.: Un, Pa., lot 4, block 10, Melbourne, riverfront -Mr. W. A. Beck, of Mime, was In -Mr. Geo. II. Weston, of Rochester, -Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Prindle, of New -Mrs. E. L. Brady started on a ttN \,

; John B. Beach to Wm. Scott, town Tuesday, and gave our office a N..Y., arrived in town Wednesday. haven, Conn., were In town Monday.The weeks' visit. to Jacksonville,,yesterday. '

M. M. D'Ennery and Cormon'i play, one lot near his house; M. Albertson to pleasant call. -Mr. John McAllister, of Eau Gallie, sloop Mutual Is hauled out..onSlmonson'a Mr. D. L. Gaulden, of Tltusville, yam f fa

,"A Celebrated Case," which had such a Theodore Mismer, lots 5, 6 and 10, Mol -Mr. A. C. Gardner has returned was in town a day or so this meek. ways for repairs.It guest of Capt. Sharpe' on Saturday

long run at the ,Union Square Theatre, bourne, river front lots. from his trip to New York bringing Is and Sunday.
-Mrs. Hugh Boyd, who has been is said that when a woman as 't
New York, a few years ago, will be pre Mr. G. E. Ryckman, of Brockton, N. back a fine selection of first-class goods. visiting friends in Jacksonville, returned good as pit, she will not make art ans Wanted several hundred bearing ;'

sented by local talent at Masonic Hall, Y., accompanied by his wife and Miss -Mrs. A. Cole, of Baltimore, Md., will home on Tuesday. wers. orange trees. Send price and particular

' Thursday, night April 2nd. Unman, are stopping at the Melbourne. do faahonablo dressmaking at the resi- -Contractor P. J. Hall has moved Into ; Ducks I Ducks Wanted 200 week- to Robbing A Graham. 0'tt.
The drama consist of four acts and a Mr. Ryckman is one of the prominentwine deuce of Mrs. E. H. Titus. Cutting and Miss Roberts of Mr. Ua 4r,
" his new residence, In North Titiisvllle, )y at 15 cents each. Must be Titusville daughter >
in two and
prologue parts, is full of
manufacturers of western New
fitting a speciality. -! of Mlms has been
this week. lunter. Apply, ADVOCATE office. B ry Roberts spending
thrilling experience and pathos, and York, and has extensive vineyards near
-Civil Engineer G. T. Spencer, of St. 'Mr. I J. M. Cod of the a week or so In town with friends.
with Dennis O'Rourke, the Irish Ser- Irockton. lie Is also one of the stockholders D. C. Patterson, wife and'child, -Mr. man, one
, geant there is sufficient wit to keep the of the Melbourne fc Atlantic Augustine, was In town Tuesday, on his of Omaha, were arrivals in town on :wealthy members of Canaveral Club, Peter Bertelscn. ,. of Mlcco, '..... a aMr

audience In good humor. Strictly Railway.Mr. way to Canaveral Club to indulge in a Wednesday.Mr. left here on Tuesday's train for Ms homo In town yesterday, and gAve our sanctum

speaking the play Is a military one. I i W. N. Camp, of Suffolk, Va., little shooting. '- John T. Dressier and family,, of In Boston. a pleasant call. ;

The scene Is laid in France in the village visited Melbourne for a few days, returning J3F: subscribing $1.50 per annum Wayne, Nebraska, registered at India -Mr. and Mrs. B. Young started off -Mr. Thomas Smith Is acting as mar

' of Montague. The night before the battle north about a week Mr. CampIs for the ADVOCATE, it Mill only cost you River Hotel on Wednesday. for Jacksonville, yesterday, on their way hal for n few days, during the absence '

of Fontenoy' << Jean Renaud, the hero, owner of a large number ago. of valuable Three Certtt Per 11 irk. Portage Included, .:J. S. Watson & Co.'s commodious to their home in Calais, Mo. Capt. and of Marshal Circle, who Is down 'Uw
absents himself from returns to to any part of the United States. Brock will remain all ivcr.
camp, lots in Melbourne, and owner (with his office and warehouse, at the end of the Irs. probably, I
r his home near by and places his wife's brother) of a large and valuable tract of -Indian River Lodge, F. A. M. meets town wharf, Is being pushed forward summer. I Archdeacon S. B. Carpenter will

hands a sacred deposit ,of jewels given land near Sebastian; and also InterestedIn o-night in their hall over the Bank, at rapidly.Mr.. -Mr. S. Brenson, who has just disposed -I hold service at St. Gabriel' ,Episcopal'

.him by a dying man whom he finds on phosphate lands in the Interior.Mr. 7:80 sharp Visiting brethren are cordially E. D. Beggs, of Klssimmeo, of his property at Rocklodge, was church on Easter Sunday-morning and

the battle field. He returns to camp. Edward Ingraham, of Bristol Invited to present. S. II. -Ray, brother of Judge J. D. BeggR, of OrLando In town Monday, on his way to Tampafor evening. f
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' After his departure his wife is murderedand Seo'y. a short time. lIe us a plousant -The wires for the electric and .
Conn., and. Mr. Thurston, of Brooklyn, was In town this week on bus- gave light <
the Jewels stolen. Suspicion falls -"The Dispatch Farmer' and can while in town. of the In and
N. Y., were prospecting around Mel- Flqrida ness. lIe returned homo yesterday.Mr. some lamp. are position,
on Jean Renaud and the day after the bourne. short time ago; and went down : Fruit Grower," published. In., Jackson W. Y. Elliott, who has been -Mr. Loo.D. Woodin of London, returned everything is going ahead very satlsfae

battle: of Fontenoy he is arrested, tried the river to investigate that region. ville by Messrs. DaCosta and Powers, laying in Mrs. Sackett's residence at from his trip to Lake Worth on oilly, In about. week' time we lops
and on the testimony of his five year old till holds its own, and gives valuableand started for Cuba to the In full order.A .
. They? returned about a week ago; and Heath, was Out hunting on Wednesday Sunday, and Monday. see lights working ,
child. He is convicted and sentenced to have invested here, buying the whole of useful information to those engagedIn and,killed a fine deer, which, : he brought lIe Is on a pleasure trip around the deed has been filed for record at

the galleys for life. Mr. Gibbs' property at East Melbourne; agricultural pursuits.Mr. our to Tltusville yesterday. world, and hopes to ta back In England the Court house from Mr. AVilllam'K. l

r to Twelve womanhood years and elapse-the by a combination child grows of several acres of which are set with pines; L. P. Tlbbals, who has been I The coming summer, from present about June Richards, of Eden to Captain Nathanlaunders )

two lots from Mr. C. H. Watson, set pending some months at his winter indications, will witness! greater activity -Let those non-residents own property In which tho former conveys
circumstances she is brought In contact .
with her convict father. Recognition with pines; two lots from Mayor Stew- residence at Eden, left here, Saturday, In the matter of Improvements all along In TUusvllIo send their objections all hU valuable property at Eden to,tb*

' follows the real assassin is discovered art, set with pines; about ten acres from on his way to his home in New York, the river than at any previous time or protests to the Town Council against latter. There are about sixty acres, and ,

and Capt. Fischer, and five acres from Mr.S. looking much better In health than he since the work of civilization: began. he granting of the proposed franchise the consideration Is 20000. There ism ', ,
so the story is full of interest to
the end. A. Porter. All the above, originally, did on his arrival hero. ---Capt. Lund's new residence on the to the Railway company before their fine pineapple plantation on the property ;

part of Mr. GIbbs' property. They have -Mr. Edj Ilosford started on Mon- river bank is looming and will next meeting, or forever after' hold their It[ Is said that the purchaser has 'on*
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The play is a very heavy one and has up, soon Bounded confidence In culture
also bought forty acres from Mrs. Johnson day's train for Tennessee and expects tobe completed. pineapple
had a tremendous run all over the country I be We presume the Captain pl'JlCe.The and I.I ambitions to acquire the entire
having heen pronounced one of the and seventeen acres-from Mr. E. P. away some months. Mr. Frank'; I\Dd :Mrs. Lund will leave Jacksonvilleand East Coast Line and Transpor south end of the county. We understand *

finest dramas ever put on the stage. Branch; giving them nearly seveneighthsof Brown, who has a half Interest In the reside hero permanently. atlon Co.'s steamer, Denny, arrived on good authority, that ho i* .
a'mile ,of river front, extending Business, will take charge during the here on Tuesday evening with a party on negotiating tor several other large tract
Special scenery,has been ordered for Mesitrs. Merrill brothers came up
through to the ocean. We hear that absence of Mr. Hosford.Mr. board bound for Canaveral Club. Among
the occasion.* from Tropic, Wednesday, In their naptha
forty acres are to be cleared for pinesat them was Mr. Oeo. F. Miles-a gentle Troubles.The .
J. B. Terry of Southold N. Y. Transportation
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Oeo. W. Morton, a professional actor, ; launch, Kansas City, for the purpose of
and who has taken part in this particular once. and Mr. R. F. Goldsmith, president of m.tjpg their brother and sister-in-law, man well known as being connected with steamboats-;;the tip-river ruul4'! 0" '
the above company.Mrs. ., J
the Southold Savings Bank in the
play throughout the great cities of same who- were expected on the
-To parties about to build we would afternoon have bad extremely bad luck during the
had city, arrived here Saturday and started W. R. Webster, of Philadelphia
the North; has l training the troupe train. past week. During the heavy norther
hear about something
that Is to present It here In Titusville. say-Did you ever for Melbourne Wednesday. Mr. Terry and her sister, Miss Perkins, of which prevailed lost Friday nllfht,,1be is
-Guns and Pistol
Remember the date. Tickets on sale for roofs or walls superior to wood Is just on a flying trip to Indian River in L. F. Rlsher, a Athens, Pa., who have been stopping St. Augustine ran hard aground In the "'
tin and cheaper then either practical gun and locksmith, has located Canal and j
shingles or Haulovur forty pOMongcnican
the interest of his property here. Both at Rockledge for a week or so, returned
two weeks in advance at J. W.
Roger'sstore. If[ you have any curiosity in this direction his shop here In Titusvllle, and Is prepared testify, from personal experience
General admission, CO cents; reserved write to the Indian River Lumber left here to-day for Mlcanopy, hero. a to make guns to order. All repairing here Sunday. They loft for Winter that once In .a while It possible te ,
seats, 75 cents.Pineapple sister tt Mr. Goldsmith resides. Park Monday, and will return home "by come near freezing to death even 4iv
t Company for books and samples of is done neatly and satisfactorily, South Florida. e
-The steam launch Katie and Sadie easy stages.
Fay's Manilla Roofing, which you can Key fitting and locksmlthing; sewing -Judge M. S. Jones, who has been The mishap occurred In spite of Uia '.
Land read about. ,See, feel, test, tear, soak, owned by Capt. Paddlson and Messrs. 'lea 1 llnel, etc:, repaired; hard and soft most skillful management of Captain '
Cheap. down the river for a week or so returned -
and has been Informed Anderson '
boll or try to burn and then decide Gray Ray, purchased ,by soldering done. *0 Bute. We are by Captain
283 acres of good pineapple land, two up Messrs. J. J. Daly and J. T. Bassett, of Sunday. lIe went down to see of the famous steamer Mary
miles south of. Eden, very little river for yourself If their recommendation Is I Eau Gallie. They seem quite pleased I Notwithstanding her irregular schedule his wife and mother, both of whom Powell, who was among the passengen.(

front, but the entire tract is high land worth anything. 3t.f. I with their,bargain, and will use her for for the past fortnight the Sweeney have been quite ill We are pleased to the that steamer the wind out and of current her course literally; and lifted to r ,
and of mile back still holds her popularity with the peo- learn they are better In health and that
averages one quarter a towing the pile-driver around. says, while he enjoys a trip to Florida .
from river. Price,$12.50 per acre. Speak LOCAL NEWS.Society ple. She went up yesterday with a very : Mrs. Jones Is expected back In town occasionally, he prefers to do his shvae

quick Robbing & Graham. 0*t.f Warranty, Mortgage, Satisfaction and Fair load of oranges, and is evedently tomorrow.A of navigation on the historic Hudson.

Quit-Claim Deeds, Leases, etc., for Sale tusking an earnest effort to redeem her breakfast before us leads off with The (Georgiana was dispatched to the 9
of the St. Saturday
assistance Augustine
on -
and General Oocilp In connection at the ADVOCATE office. Lee' Indian River oranges ( the
with Indian River and Lake Worth section record.The says morning, and while so engaged ?r
Melbourne. *during pact week. Brief mention of I Wedding_ Cards office of tin Indian River Lum- National Hotel Reporter), which, brought became fast herself but got oft on bun- '

Interacting Events About People Too I We shall be pleased to' ber Co. Is looming op,very prominently from J. M. Lee' grove at Rockledge, day, while the Ancient City remained a '"
Yon foul Know receive a share of and the finest In the part of the canal until about noon.
st. Patrick's Know and People your e. a newly-painted sign-board now are undoubtedly grown
Day. Picked np by. Our Society Editor. :0 Job Work-envelopes, decorates the front of the building state. Florida products are given Monday.The .
} la promInence
Several were noticed "a-wearing of 'I .9 {letter-heads,note-heads, A St. Lucie made a splendid recorl
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e, bill-heads, statement, making things In that quarter look remarkably on all menu of the Ponce de on Sunday, gathering up the orange
of the green. E r Advertisements under this head- Pl or anything else. j neat and trim. We understand Leon, and new vegetable are served which had accumulated at the ,different

Mr. W. I. Metcalf left on the mall boat Ing are ten cent per line per week. --.. the above company I* receiving a every day. landings, and arrived from the lower. !*-
er about p. m. with 1,000 boxes ot oranges
Tuesday, for Ohio, on business. -Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's.Five -Why not become a property owner good chare of public patronage on the -Mr. William Yang, of Adrian, Mich., and a large crowd of passengers, '
About twenty guests registered at the East Coast. arrived In tows Tueada)'. He left again who tested our hotels to their utmost
Cents and swell the list of
per copy. sisters cousin and
Melbourne on Tuesday evening.The -The bearing In the case.of the Indi- Wednesday for Fort Pierce, to look after capacity; and a special train left at 8. it.
-Miss C. Sams, of New Smyrna, was aunts Elegant lots near Sylvan Lakeat m. In charge of E. C. Dearborn with .
an'Rlver Steamboat his brother who died on Sunday. He
the
Riverside continues full. Seven company versus ,
in town Saturday.Mr. $25.00 each. Bobbins Graham. 6* small party of tourists who were anxloan Jt
hundred guests have registered there so East Coast Transportation company wa quite sick when he arrived In Titus- to get home. Some of the passenaemwere
i and Mr*. Fredk. Baker,of Brooklyn -Mr. E. Walker, the popular young few month and should -of
far this season, since December 1st. which had been set for argument before ville some ago, disgusted with the state affatai
; N. Y., were In town Monday.Mr. Englishman who has spent the winter the Supreme Court for to-morrow ha have come to Florida much sooner than that prevailed as evidenced by their am s
Messrs. J. B. Terry, of Southold, L. L, I and Mrs. Jewell and Miss Jew. here, and who was with Mr. Bosanquetwhen been postponed until the 28th Inst on he did to derive the benefit he needed. I marks. Philip J. Walsh, a prominent
and R. P. Goldsmith, of Peconlc, L. L, upon being questioned ,
arrived Tuesday night, and are stopping ell, of Hartford, Conn., were in town a he was killed by the rattlesnake at the motion of Messrs. Hamlin Stewart, Mr. Haag took the coffin down with him, I pleasantly by the ADVOCATE ae to whetW ..

at the Melbourne.Dr. couple of days this week. Daytona, left this morning for his home attorney for the L R. S. Co., these gentlemen and the body will be taken to his late er this was his first trip to Indian JUwr.

-Money I Money! I Mone'll! I to In England.-St Augustine Nero being engaged on several! very home in Michigan. Mr. Froescher also While"Thank h.avenlyel.I "
Crawford, of Cooperstown, Pa., Is the boats of the Indian Hirer
loan on real estate. Apply to Bobbin -Mrs. A. McCormick and her friend Important case before the Circuit Courtof went to Fort Pierce to embalm the body. Steamboat were In trouble ties d i
at the Riverside. The Doctor company ,
topping benefit from the Graham, Tltusville, Fla. Mrs. Smith, returned to Tltusville Sunday Voluala county, which I IB now In sea -Mr. and Mr*. D. W. Russell, of Boston Sweeney bad mysteriously disappeared,
I* deriving great pure -Ira. H. R. Olmstead John McAllis night, after a pleasant trip to Rock. dos who are on a pleasure trip through and for a time It looked as U she bad
air of this country. ledge Melbourne and Lake Worth. arrived here been abducted bodily by some unknown
-The citizens of New Orleans last Florida, on Monday evening'
McMillan of Eau Gallie
Mr. and Mra."C. E. Batchelder, of ter were and In P.town A. this week., They started, on Monday' train, for week In meeting out punishment to a train and left next morning for more monopolistic In regard foe to, her and fate all were kind rife.of .u- '

Worcester, Mass., arrived here Tuesday Mimi, where Mr*. McCormick ha some few Italians ha become an international Rockledge. Mrs. Russell I* a relative of It WM reported her owners had decided
noon. Mr. B. is an old acquaintance of -Mr. and Mrs. Thos. E. Else, Mrs. S. property.Mr. question. There was no doubt that the Mrs. McLellan and Mr*. M. P. Bobbins, to go Into the hotel business, and '

this country having visited it sixteen Wilson, Mis J. Wilson and Hiss Who W. E. Fish, engineer of the victim were member of an organize and paid them a short visit while la had placed her upon the top of TurOe:

years ago; and now spends the winters son, of Philadelplia, were In town Mon steamer Canaveral, baa been busily engaged band of secret iiiiiilos, and the peopleof town They returned here yesterday she Mound.had run It was hard finally aground ascertained, at about that 1.

alternately, here and In Southern California day. for corm day put removing the Louisiana' metropolis only did what and left, on the noon train, on 'visit of a p. m. Thursday night, with a heavyfreight
where he has a residence. -No northern mall came to band boiler and machinery out of the abov. the cltiaen of New York or Ban Francisco week or two at the Ponce de Leon, St. aboard, at nigh tide. *n tte

Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Brown, of Detroit, Monday night, owing to the mall train steamer, which 1* to be laid up during would have done under similar Augustine. It I* their first visit to the banks of one of the canal, about edit

started northward, Wednesday. No one from the North being about eight hours the summer. The machinery, eta,(ha Circumstances. The chief of police who Indian River country. X,.. and Mr*. sail mile boat south that of could New be Smyrna.chartered and Eveijr.

would Imagine the gentleman who walk- behind time. been shipped to Jacksonville to be sold, tried to crush out this hellish Italian Russell are prominent and wealthy reel small steamer were assured to transfer

ed off with such an elastic step, landed -Mis* Ida M. Dodson, who ha been a* the member of the Canaveral Club organization fell a victim In the line of dent of the above northern city her load of 1400 boxes to New Smyrna: }
with her sister )( S. F. Thomas of his duty, and it la believed that the Jury to the mishap to the various and even then she nm.alnedhull f
.here: a few month ago crippled visiting ra. will, next winter, buy a larger and better empanelled to try Ids murderers, were Owing until Tuesday. Her TnelaimhnV
aground
rheumatism. They go to st. Augustinefor BarberviHe, returned home on Thursday, steamer to run between TUtuvHle terrified by threat of assassination Into steamboats on our river the end of last whistle was heard by our citizens abom a

a time and by easy stages home, to accompanied by Mine Madge Lyman of: and Canaveral Club. giving a verdict of acquittal. It I* not week our hotel were crowded to excess, ..;ao on that evening, and many of oar
as to arrive In Detroit about June lit Emporia. This I* Mis Lyman' first -The great project of cutting a ship surprising the people felt that the time many tourist having experienced peat rood people who were of superstitious

Sales within the last ten days are: visit to our beautiful Indian River. canal across the peninsular of Florida 1* for energetic action had come. difficulty In obtaining sleeping accommo tarn of mind recalled the story of t&*>'
: Dutchman and wondered If .
I -Capt. & J. Fox, projector of the St. Flying
W. L Metcalf to John Powell, of Wan -Mr. Bittenhouse Moore, the contractor revived by the Incorporation of a company Augustine and East Coast railroad or St dation. A Mr. Church and wife, of Boaton was a phantom Sweeney_ whistle the

fcegan, HL, the Argue place, on the river for the East Coast Line and for that purpose, with a proposed Augustine, Gulf and Havana report who had been on a trip to Lake had heard.
bluff near Bleak House; W. L Metcalf Transportation Co., I* topping at St capital of $00,000,000 says the Railway to the contrary notwithstanding, Worth, were so anxious to start however Capt. Paddlson assures us he has ass' II
to the Cemetery Association two acres Augustine. Mrs. Moore and Miss Ma- Agt. It I* claimed that' this passage, U that work is still progressing on the line Sunday evening,'that they paid one desire to repeat Ida experience of hart
opened would save irom 800 to 900 mile below St Augustine, although slowly hundred and five dollar for a special week on the ap river route and U Id*
back. of Bleak House; Mrs. Ella Copeto mle Moore accompanies him. It was between New Orleans and New York Several mile have been graded and the pilots undertake to navigate iU tartar-
J. F. Green, of Texas ten acre near lucky that Mr. Moore and family were and nearly a* much to European port. right-of-way for forty mllee cleared. train to take them off. Mr. and Mr*. one channel In the dmiMaa ap1a, lit
Turkey Creek; W. Y. Camp to L. D. not aboard the steamers St. Augustine and great stress Is laid oa the safety of Negotiation are BOW on with Chicago M. L. Fenton, of Jamestown, N. Y.; and will be against his apron command
went the route compared with the dangerous,. capitalist, and a* the Indian Rivercountry the Misses Brook and Sprague of Cincinnati and at the expense of mutiny.. All
when they aground
Lockwood, Jot on Melbourne avenue; or Sweeney navigation around the Florida Keys, I I* a rich one with Immense resources started for Sanford the the boats have resumed their regular
Ira Crosby to L. D. Lockwood, house for they-like the other passengers- where statistics show that the loea for undeveloped, there I* every like- Ohio on ruse, and we hope the serenity tiat prevail '
and lot adjoining the above; Mrs M.X !. would have wished the channel had been eleven year prior to 1872, amounted to Uhoe4 that they wifl culminate lueccfully. ** same,time, on their way to other part at present will rvmjta rt&o
Cummings: to Mrs. Eaton, of Frank dredged deeper. JS.000,000.. -Itsw Union, Florida. ,


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to cross the frontier from ,te i : VIEWS., issue, let money go from tIre government
court.
T11 x 118 Hast Coast Adv C8i NEWS AND NOTES thus depriving diem of their only meansof to the people directly, .and.let what thecharge ALLIANCE, NOTgS.
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FLORIDA. CONDENSED FROM TELEGRAPHAND exptess c Tphla, That Is the rule in postal matters, and in NEWS OF THE ORDER FROM
TTTtsVILLE I while
running at a vrry rapid rate of KANSAS SPEAKS OUT. all other function Of the government.That .
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w' -- CABLE speed, near Penn Haven, I'a., Monday, '.. would,bring interest rates down to, ALL SECTIONS.. ,
Helena, Montana, with a population unshed into a crowd of boys waiting on what the people could affordto pay, the

I of only I 25,000, contains thirty.twomillionaires. Epitome of Incidents the track. They were on the up track Policy of the Allance as Regardsthe rate would be uniform in all parts of
that Hap- and stepped on the other track to escapea Items of Interest to Alliance-.
the Interest
Issues of the Day. the country, and it would be to -
pen from Day to Day. special pastrnffcr train. They did not it
of to keep men
Everywhere.
see the express approaching, and two of of every owner money .
France iiaTi57000 schoolma'am out them were strum and instantly killed. the elected In circulation promoting productive in -- \
W. A. Peffer recently
of work and unmarried. And yet, The French the chamber of deputies baa S A cablegram of Sunday from Madrid, United States Alliance senator' from dustries. Instead of Investing in mortgages i' The Orange County Farmer, of Port

eoffs the New York PressFrenchmen passed sugar bounties bill. Spain, sajst A commission of six medical Kansas, speaks to readers of Frank Les and draining out the subrtance of Jarvis, N. Y., thinksUhat the Farmers'

are popularly supposed to bo a gallant The Idaho legislature, on Tuesday, appropriated men, appointed to investigate the lie's Illustrated Newspaper as follow the people, owners would put their mon Alliance, and all the ether organizations
: 120,000 for an, exhibit the Koch method of treating consumptives, "Tha farmers' alliance and industrial ey at work to make it pay its way, of farmers, are giving the politicians

lot. __| world' fair.Surrogate. has reported in favor of the total suspension union II Made up of farmers and rural with their farms and their deal of uneasiness, and adds: "That is a
n Ransom, in New York, has of that form of treatment, it having working people, with country preachers, just as men do good sign. 'Let the work go on. Farm.
Oliver Wendell Holmes hat just in- admitted the will of Robert Ray Hamilton been found according to the committee's school teachers, physicians and editors of Ihlps. ers must meet and talk over their grievances

rented two more words-"psendo- to probate. report, that not a single cure had been agricultural papers. Primarily social, "Transportation is part of the productive ,and demand reparation. They
I' for that
pathy" and "psendolherapy"Ilg. The government of Guatemala has appointed effected there by the use of the methodin women and young persons of both sexes force it must of be the made people cheap, and and uni must not only demand it, but they must
Senor Antonio Batre as ministerto question. over the age of 16 year are eligible to reason go the polls and get it. It can be secured
science of disease five to
\ buying the quack form. "As it Is now, we pay from in one if not in another.
this It is also > way,
and the other the quack method of Country I At a meeting of the board of directorsof membetship. semi-religious, ten times as much for our transportationas '
Judge Oresham and ex-Senator Farwell the Louisville and Nashville road at for every member must be 'believer lathe it would cost if the people owned *

healing. have each declined the nomination of the New York, Monday, the office of chair existence of a Supreme Being,'and all their own mean of conveyance. In that The Reedy Fork Alliance, of Greenville '
.
t!?-_ ., as citizens' committeee for mayor of Chicago. man of the board was created, and August the meetings are opened and closed with 'case the cost of the "plant" would not 'county, S. C., have resolved to

The New York Telegram allege There was great rejoicing at Washing Belmont was elected to occupy the prayer. intention la-'On earth peace figure in the estimate of cost of trans "plant? one-third less cotton this year and
'
that "Owing to the competition of the ton among the democrat over the news position in control of the New York office and good-will toward men. And while portation any more than the cost of a raise more supplies," and have asked the

Southern States twenty-three blast of Palmer's election a* senator from Illinois. of tho company, :Milton H. Smith the first of its seven declarations of purposes public road or a court house is chargedup president of th State Alliance to recommend
,
is 'to labor for the education of the
the present electedpresident that the members of tub-
vice-president, was to the people every time they use every
,furnaces In Pennsylvania have been The Missouri annual conference of the with his office at Louisville, agricultural classes ia the science of eco these things, which were made for their Alliance shall adopt the same policy.
but down and about 10,000 men nomical government in a strictly non- convenience Several County Alliances in Georgia have
Methodist Church
has voted
thrown out of employment." Episcopal A Lincoln Neb. partisan spirit'-which means that no "The Farmer's Alliance Is striking for passed similar resolutions, and the feeling -
against admitting women to the general dispatch says i GOT. partisan discussions are permitted in the in
favor of
conference.! Boyd, on Tuesday; filed an answer In the councils of the order-still the alliance i* that equal liberty nd! exact justice to this policy oppears to 'be

The largest olive-oil factory In the A company, headed by W. J. Murphey, quo warranto proceedings instituted lathe intensely political. It could not be otherwise which the' people are entitled. They. wide-spread. *
of Grand Fork N. D. has the supreme court by ex-GOT. T1 syer. and attain the objects want burdens and benefits justly distributed '
world will loon be built at Los purchased sought
Minneapolis Tribune from Alden J. The answer holds that Boyd i* a citizento Proposing to educate its members in the ; they want to destroy the influence State Alliances are now rapidly increasing

Galileos, In Sonoma County, Cal. The Blethen for $400,000. all intent and purposes, even though science of economical government, it of the money power in legislation; they some as entirely new organizations

i plant will cost a quarter of a million. The Kansas house of his father cannot produce his second must discuss nil matters pertaining to administration aim to get rid permanently of every sort while others, BS in Arkansas, come
representatives naturalization in the of labor from the consolidation of other State
papers. Gov. Thayer'acounsel of gambling products ;
I
The has of six has of the laws. Its second dec
company sixty acres : passed the senate bill
making eight
relentless all class farmers' The State Alliance
at once filed a demurrer to the they will wage war on organizations.
1 ,ear-.oM trees, and Is planting 700 hours a legal work day for state, county answer. laration asserts a demand for 'equal rightsto legislation, and they will not be content' of Iowa is soon to be reorganized;
all and to
and special privileges none.
municipal employes. until trade was free as Maine and other Eastern States will follow -
*crei The Sherman statue fund committee amo.g our people
__________ "It was not intended originally, nor Lit
Secretary Blaine received a cable message at New York, received a letter Tuesday now that the alliance should become a the air we breathe and the water we not far' behind. One fact ia most

Judge Graves of Emporlo, ruled In Tuesday from Tokio, Japan, announcing from P. T. Sherman, son of the late gen political, nor that it should form a drink. The Farmers' Alliance has set gratifying-that the Orange, which has

.tease the other day In the Lyon the death there of United States eral, stating that his father had left the nucleus about party which a party should col- out to dethrone money and emancipatelabor. covered most of these States to the exclusion -

County Court that the words "withexchange" Minister John F. Swift. Family well pro ided for and asking themto lect. It was expected that all the re- ." of all other organizations, does
Specials received from many points rescind their resolution that any surplus forma demanded by the alliance could be not seem to weaken in its membership
destroyed the negotiability throughout Kansas 'say that the heaviest > of the fund should be given to the and would be wrought out by the machinery TOM HARDEMAN DEAD. by the progress of the Alliance eastward

..f a promissory note. It Is a question snow of the winter fell Saturday, averaging Sherman family. The committee rescinded of existing parties, or that a new This means, probably, that the Grangerswho
that has never been decided In Kansas' six inches on a level. their action. The statue fund party would be born. The Life of a Patriot, Soldier join the Alliance rtmain in the

before.. Judge- Beach in the- New York- minn-mn amounts to $24,235.A "Appeals were made to leaders of the and Statesman Ended.The I Orange: also. Theu tho Alliance gathersup

court, on Saturday, appointed l J. Edward dispatch of :Monday from Madrid, parties power, but no attention was great heart of Hon. Thomas a great many who have never been in

I Minnesota's new amendment to the Simmons receiver of the American Loan says: The Spanish government is about paid to them, and the alliance members liardeman, Jr., has ceased to beat, and the Grange.-

I Constitution and Trust company, fixing his bond at dispatch 6,870 troops to Cuba on account set about seriously to build up a party of the voice of Georgia's peerless orator ia D .
the Boston Transcript .
200000. of the increased political agitationon the people, to be composed of voters who silenced forever. The patriot, soldier Senator John Gordon has .been

I discovery Imply allows the Legisla- The president, on Saturday, appointed the island. If the Iltuationi' becomes were'agreed upon a policy to bring about and statesman passed peacefully away at initiated as an Allianceman. Tho exercises

I tare to empower, if it chooses, all James II. Beatty, of Idaho, United States worse General Campbell will be appointed the changes needed, these voters coming his home in Vlne1'illeJ. fashionable sub took place a few days ago at the

I Juries in the'state to return verdicts district judge for Idaho. The president viceroy. The Spanish press is protesting from other bodies of organized labor urb of Macon, on > morning.For Alliance hall at Mason's crossing in De-
nomInated him to thesenate, but the nomination against Americans encouraging the Cuban and from all existing political parties. several years Colonel Hardeman had Kalb county Oa Tho hall was crowded
I after not less than six hours of do- failed of action. separatist In connection with the pro. The result in Kansas was the people's suffered from heart trouble, which finally with members of the Alliance and a few

I liberation, according to the wishes of The Wanskuck strikers at Providence, posed treaty of commerce. party. In other states different methodsof caused his death. The deceased was the prominent visitors. After the initiation,

I .ten,mon. R.: I., have decided to go to work at the The Edgar Thompson steel works of proceeding were adopted; in none of son of the late lamented Thomas Ilarde- in the General made a conservative speech

old schedule of prices, pending a conference Carnegie's, at Braddock, Pi which shut them, however, was a separate and distinct man, 8r. lie was born in Eaton ton. Ga., and which he declared, "that' the objects
aims of tho order such
I It ii a curious fact In connection concerning the differences between down for repairs several weeks ago, will party formed, though the principles Putnam county, January 12, 1823, con were thateverybody
and could endorse
its
them and their employer not resume operations for some time. A advocated and the objects sought by sequently he was a little more than sixty anybody
I with Denmark, soliloquizes the New The Methodist general resumption was expected by the organized farmers in all the states ara the six years of age. lIe graduated at Emory principles. He had advocated them for
conference of
I York World that while cremation .. Episcopal same college Oxford. In he years and he expected to continue to'ad:
college was
this week but the firm has decided -
employes
vote of ,
Philadelphia, by a 120 to 98 has vocate them.
He felt at home
I "The alliance membership are agreed noted for his oratorical He filled perfectly
making headway throughout Europe, decided against admitting women as to continue the shut-down for a powers.
a few fundamental offices of trust and honor and his among tho Alliancemen and. pledged
month at least. This action upon propositions relating many ,
and Is delegates to the electoral and Icnger enforces
| general himself
daily gaining more advocates land to do all that was in his
conferences idleness on nearly 2,000 men. No to labor, transportation and services in behalf of his beloved state power.
of the churches.
I among the broader thinkers, the SuI cause ia assigned for the coatinued tus- money, and they want legislation upon will be a lasting monument to his mem- to better the condition of the men ,who

I fireme Court of that country has just The report that the steamer Buckeye pension. those subjects. They want more money or). spend their lives in toiling on the,farm.
had been lost near Edmonds, with twen In circulation they want the *
I prohibited the practice.I ty-five passengen aboard, was disprovedby Assistant Secretary Nettleton, at Washington to issue all the; money directly government, and get it THE PAPER PROTESTS *
THB: CKKTRAL COMMITTEE.The : :.
notified claim
the safe arrival of that steamer on on Tuesday, agents to the people without the intervention of
and others interested in claims under the National Farmers' Alliance I making
I Tuesday Seattle, Washington.
July next fleet
a Is to sail from interest-charging agencies they want Against Supposed Scheme of
direct tax act, that all payments under preparations for the great political
I Melbourne, Australia, under command sash The and Berwitter:Manufacturing Company that act will be made to the states, in money made plenty and put out at low Uncle Sam. conference in February, 892.. The Georgia

I .f Baron Nordenskjold, to explore all Crossing, door Ill.,, manufacturers failed Monday, at Asset Gran<1 trust for the citizens thereof from whom rates ment of to take interest charge; they of want the the govern.of the The n raldo, a newspaper published at Alliance is doing its part. The Georgia .

( 'that Is rosslble In the Antarctic Seas. placed at $110,000; liabilities $00,000. they are collected and their legal representatives country to that its benefit money be Madrid, in an article protesting againstthe central committee composed of one
and that claim agents and may enjoyed scheme of the from each congressional district baa been
I The Baron has Already done wonders The trouble ia believed to be tempoary.Dudley the people fair terms and supposed United St.tea .
by upon
others will not be allowed to examine the government to annex the island of Cuba appointed and will soon get to work A
I In the exploration of Arctic waters, Hall & Co., tea importers and direct tax records of the department unless on equal terms-the same rate of interest says that Mr. Blaine ought to recollect, few days ago Colonel L. F, Livingston

I and he may well hope to add to hit Tuesday.sugar dealers Liabilies, of Boston, Mass., suspended they are authorized. 'I on same the length same of amount time of they money want for trans the that the congress of American nations received a letter from C, W. Macune,
assets
-
I about100.000'1 The United States court plainly proved that the SpanishAmericans chairman of the executive board appointing
laurels on
in the South, provided his ex indefinite, but abil- supreme portation controlled by: the governmentin
dismissed four are not disposed to allow themselves T. L. Gantt a member of the nation
I pedltlon is well equipped. Itles. The firm was the second largesttea Monday between, individual and tax representativesof coupon case the public! interest, so it may be cheap, to be absorbed by the great northern re committee. In the letter which containedthe
house in the United States. safe and equal in its burdens and Benefits
the city of Lynchburg on the ground want of public. The people of Cubn, it says, are appointment Dr. Macune said: "You
I The suppression of Moute Carlo is A dispatch of Saturday, says: There that pecuniary matters were involved, ; they that all a the readjustment lends our land be strongly Spanish, and are equally opposed will see that it is my duty to appoint one
are now over 1,600 carpenters and plain. system, publio may to of man in each state in behalf of the
I discussed periodically whenever' there and that the amounts in controversy were in and becoming part the United alliance
Ing mill employee idle in Indianapolis in not sufficient to bring the case before the gathered speedily homestead disposed of to States. Probably, with the exception of who shall be ex-offlcio chairman ,of the'
settlers under the law
I Is an unusual number of suicides of consequence of the strike ordered by the court. In three other cases motions to ; they a few tradesmen, there is no one on the executive or state central committee
want alien of lands
I acoustomed gamblers, cynically orsacryes building trades council, and there are no dismiss were denied, without prejudice, ownership abolishedin island who ia at all desirous of annexa his state, and shall appoint district chairman
some 'equitable waythey want to
I tho San Francisco Chronicle, Indication of an early settlement. because the papers were not sufficiently secure for the people the largest possible tion. Spain, the paper continues, would and who in turn'appoint a county.
Mn, Frank Leslie will make shed her last of blood chairman. This
I bat a new explicit. drop in resistingany means to organize the
of
nothing is done. The measure benefit from the unused lands
ever wheelOf will by which the bulk of her fortune, The exports of specie from the port of of the country they want legislation attempt to deprive her of her colony state thoroughly for the discuision our
fortune on just tho same and to at least will be fearing neither Cuban demands during the .
goes amounting $600,000, New York for week ended :March 7, that will cause vacant lands to bear their revolution nor war I coining spring ,State
the world forgets the poor victims left in trust for the establishment of a amounted to $1,403,063, of which $000,. full share-acre for Icr.-of the public with the Upited Status. and national delegates are elected by appro-

I before the traditional nine days ,of great institute for the instruction of women 541 was in gold and $504,524 in silver. burdens resulting from taxation; they AN EXTENDED CHASE priate and representative meeting held
and the for that
advancement of higher education Of the total in and purpose, so that the supreme '
I the life of a sensation Is ended. of the export $675,400 gold want homesteads protected in the interestof council next
sex. $500,740 in ,silver went to Europe, and citizens and their families; in short, alto November shall have full
Miss Mary Anderson (Mn. Navarro) $22 ,031 in gold and $37,745 ia silver these great matters first, and as to all After a Hag Who Kidnapped a authority and an active disposition to

I Major Bacon.) a Georgia lawyer, has laa created some stir in theatrical circle went to South America. the Imports of related matters afterward, the Alliance Young Girl. select a full delegation to the great political

Just discovered that an unrepoaled at London by advertising the sale of her : specie during the !' week amounted to wants such legislation as will equalize Ten days ago an old 'woman and a conference in '92."' By virtue of his

I statute of 1783 the stage dresses, theatrical scenery and stage $24,765, of which $139,681 was in 'gold burdens and beuefit of government, affording young gill were arrested at Birmingham.The commission from Dr Macune, Mr. Gantt
requires preachers properties, thus confirming the announcement and $100,084 in silver.A equal protection to all the citizens -/ girl was supposed be Katie Van- has appointed his central committee of

of the State to read from their pulpits, that it is her intention to retire dispatch of Monday from Ida Grove, destroying the influence of.the nuclii, who was abducted from her homein Georgia M follows: ,

four times annually, the public laws definitely from the stage. Iowa, says: The epidemic of trichinosis money power, suppressing combinations New York several weeks ago. The old boro First District W. R Kemp, Swalna-

.o that the people may understand Attorney General :Miller, on Saturday, in the German settlement continue,' and against freedom of trade, and placing the 'woman gave her name as Mr. Rogers. Second, Emanuel county '_
them. Of Informed the secretary of the treasury two more deaths have occurred, making debtor on terms equal with his creditor. The couple secured their release on a writ District-W, W, Webb' Mars- ,
course the statute was the that the alleged ill treatment of the five deaths }Sn all. Several new cases "This uprising of the people comes of habeas corpus! and left tho city. On Lowndes county.

work of the Colonial Assembly, but lungarian laborers employed in the construction have developed, and two more deaths from a belief that the universal depression Tuesday Louis Dcllbomme, of New York, Third District TV. A. Wilson; Ameri-

able jurists hold that it Is still binding. of railroad near Pocahontas, are expected. Advices from Washington in agriculture is'directly traceable to an uncle of the missing girl: and Henry cuss Fourth Sumter county.

If this view Is sustained Va., is a matter for state supervision only, cay that an investigation will be made by vicious legislation; that our financial Crap, a reporter on the World, arrived at District-J. H. Trajlor, LaGrange -
comments the
there being no, United State law covering the bureau of animal industry to prevent nolicy is ruinous 'to the masses; that as Birmingham. They had a photograph Troup county.
New York Telegram, other States may such a case. the further infection of swine in that lo. its legitimate trait the rich are becoming of Katie Vannuchi, aud as soon us the Fifth District-C. T. Zachary, !Io-"

count upon getting Georgia preacher A republican convention for the nomination cality. richer and the poor poorer, while the officers hero saw it they recognized it as Donough-Henry county.Sixth .

%t out prices. of state officers met at Providence, wealth of the country is fast passing Into 'a picture of the girl they had detained District-Alexander Atkinson,

__ n L, Tuesday, and made the following CANADA'S ELECTIONS. the hands of a comparatively small num for two d8 '.. When the woman and girl Jackson, Butts county.

I The New York World h nominations: Governor, H. W. Ladd; ber of persons. One-half the tilled left they said they were going to Hot Seventh District-C. H. CameroB, LaFayette -
says: About ieutenant-governor: Lyman B. Goff; attorney '-- lands of the civilized world are Springs, Ark., and the uncle of the girl Walker county;

rUdrty yens ago there were eleven general, Daniel R. Ballou;t secretary Annexation Defeated by a Slim mortgaged to less than 1 per cent and the reporter left for that place al Eighth Dist.let-L. H. O. Martin,

| Bttlinonalres in this city, and twenty of state, G. II. Utter; general treas- Majority.A of the adult male population; eightyper once ____ ________ Elbertnn, Elbert county

ID the whole country. Among the urer, T. Munford Teabury. Toronto dispatch Bays: The Empire, cent of German farms are pledged for WORSE THAN EVER. .I Lavinia Ninth District-T A. McFarland,
the result of debt; one-third of American farms are ; Franklin county.
At a mall meeting of the journeymen a government organ, sums up
eleven New Yorkers were only two under to non-resident and for- Tenth District-Martin F. Calvin
of Chicago Sunday afternoon Friday' election a*follow; The conservatives mortgage ,
,
carpenter The
satire born, four were Germans, two It was decided that should the master elected 135, the reformers elected eign capitalists; halt the city real estate Czar Redoubles the Anti- Augusta, Richmond county.

I Scotchmen, two FrencLmeu and one carpenters not conclude to accede to the 83; majority for the conservatives, 43, is encumbered in the same way and to the Jewish Penalties. ,
with seven se U still to be heard from, of A London cablegram of BANK WRECKERS SENTENCED.
Hebrew Today we have proposition to arbitrate the differences same extent; half the municipalities Tuesday, says: .
over one which five at the last election returned Since the London mansion -
between the carpenters and employes' a count ta, cities, townships all the house meet.
thousand millionaires in New York strike of great magnitude will be inaugu conservatives. The World, a government west and south are under mortgage to fag, which expressed sympathy with the The Penitentiary Will Shelter

and over five thousand in the United rated. Fully 3,000 town were present paper, claim a majority of 89 for the bond-holders. The country is mortgagedto Hebrews, and resulted in sending, throughthe Them for the Time Being.A .

[ States. But then the number of pau. Fire, Monday morning, destroyed the government The Mud, independent death, and 63,000,000 people are com lord mayor, a memorial 'to the czar. Philadelphia dispatch sajs: George
and one-dollar-a-day printing house of Gibson, Mall, Miller A give the government a majority of 26, polled to get along with a money circula. which was returned unread, the severity F. Work and James 8. Dungaa, convicted
per men has in. Richardson, at Omaha Neb. Loss $200,. while the Globe oppositionist, says that lion of $10 per capita. It is believed that of the anti-Jewish penalties has been redoubled wreckers of the Bank of America and
: treated to over twelve millions. the majority for the through. in
The fire government our national banking law intrusts a dangerous vigcr. When written laws American Life Insurance
000 insurance $140,000. was company, were,
; out the whole country will not exceed SO. to banking corporations. It are inadequate, arbitrary laws replace
caused by a boy smoking a cigarette in power on Saturday, sentenced by Judge Arnoldto
The trade of New York strikingly the press room Broaches wagon stock u known that, while the act was passed to them. The ccmmissionappointedtodeal four and three years, respectively, in

exemplifies Its Importance as the metropolis house, adjoining was damaged to the The Drop of BuUet 'provide a national currency,' the banks with the questioncomposed chiefly of the eastern penitentiary. Louis E. Pfeif-
extent of $30,000: covered; by insurance. are retiring that currency at the rate of Indophobes, and in view of the persecutions of the wrecked bank, who
of the new world, boasts the $33,500.000 a year, and that no provision abfut 100,000 of the poorest classes plea guilty and turned state's evidence
The Irish local board A ball boa a Iarg 'drop when ,
on traveling
News government has been made lawmakers of Jews have embraced Russian orthodoxy
of
that
city. Of the total for- or proposed by our was sentenced to two in the same
issued that the failure great distance. For instance take yean
Tuesday a report any '
but
to that the Jews
restore subjected
baptized
elr"export trade 41 1-2 cent be- due the bad IOOOard.. The bullet if the amount or any pan lire institution
per of the potato crop was to keeping of it, to the circulation of the country. to the same restriction and disabilities ---
long to New York city. Of the total quality of the seed p! ..ted. Some of toe course it originally started out to follow, In addition to all this, our railroad 'com I u th- others Nine New
ixMrd'a .mate the would land a distance of over 235 feet Judges.
inspectors potato ,
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import of the country 64 panics are ia debt to stock and bonds fivetimes
per the loss to above the bull's But it start*to drop II -
crop failure as v>j< U'1 to eye. PALMER GETS IT.
eenU enter it through New York a* much as they are worth, and the It ia'stated on the highest
city. people affected of their midday meal, and immediately after leaving the muzzle of authority
Added and the and at between '350 and 600 people are compelled to pay, In exorbitant that the nine circuit judges'provided for
together compared with the the Iou of a portion of their suppers for gun Most Remarkable Senatorial
traffic charges the interest on this at the recent session
of the yards the ball is over sixty feet above the of congress will not
total 'foreign.b'ade ,of the country, a part year. line of the bull' eye and a considerable excessive indebtedness besides dividends Contest on Record. be appointed for several months yet, the

tore than one-half of the total export A dispatch of Saturday from St. Paul, distance below the line of sight At 200 to the stockholders. Briefly, rich men and The mo.t notable senatorial contest in President being of the opinion that each

and Imports of New York belong to Minn., says far ; Examiner with Knox the account has proceeded of yards it ha decreased in proportion and great corporations,are gambling on the the history of this country was concludedat of the new court can be organized at the

New York city. There enough the aim i II only forty inches above the substance of the people. Springfield, UL, by the election of time fixed, the third Wednesday In June,
are not Clerk P. Davis to
more Deputy County Jay "MiVhat, then, i* to be done The an- John JL by the associate
bull' eye, but at 600 yard it i* over Palmer, democrat. The vote justices of the supreme
than five title in the world that do a discover' that he U abort between $33,000 sixteen feet-[San Francisco Examiner, swer is pregnant, but it ia plain and imperative stood: Palmer, 103; Lindley, 100; court, the regular circuit judge and the

I trade comparable to thU. Why," and 0000. He obtained all the money The people must take chargeof Streeter, 1. Tauleeneck voted for Street. district judges in each, of the respective

I ask the News "should from[ County 'fteaourtr Nelson on forged T their own business. All public' func- er. Moore and Ccckrell, the other circuit, regudtaw of the fact that the
therefore
we not To
jury certificate during the last four year purify greasy a sink and pipe notes tions mutt be exercised
by agencies appointed two F. JL B. A. men voted for Palmer. new circuit judges may'not then hate
I promote every undertaking A cablegram i-t Sv: >ediy from ruts down a pailful of boiling water ia which by the government,, The issuance After being nominated in the state convention been appointed.

bridges, tunnels, railways, everythingthat says: Under the prcl'iiot .reagiag the three or four pound of washing '1OdabaT. of money and the transportation of u the choice of th..democncy

facilitate transportation and Insults which were vd"rrd to the Einpreaa been dissolved. A good disinfectant property are both public function of Illinois for senator Gen. Palmer made Subscribe for :your home paper if you
In Frederick during h r ttccat visit to U prepared ia the cam way using cop- Thtn let the government issue all the the moat remarkable canvass of the statethat want the latest new*
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Content- winked. He sidled towards his ques think me lacking in maiden modesty it.'J; FOR THE HOUSEWIFE.

My days tare*been to filled with happiness, tioner.! He gave,him ,* sly dip. In the ,If I confess that I fiavo long hoped for ;., on dkI' e f
That tno41d" the balance ij
ot We te
',spear my ribs."Yet indeed expected, a 'revelabon'1 of the;,| DOI'T' Tirnow AWAT' tins I KIDS.j .

-la naught but woe and 'unrelieved mstre... I tent It. Oh you rascal t -the secret*' j r'j By no means throw away old kd! I

I tf.Illlhould live In sweet and blest content I'd never have bought 111" "Great Scotti Yon have!It ,gloves. Cut off tho hands and faro I t Sxf

"You'ro deucedly stupid, then," retorted He could feel himself growing chilly, the long Suede arms ,of your soiled, J -

The pleasures 1 bare tasted cannot die- Felix, in exasperation. "It damp. What was she about to say worn ball gloves. Use them for pol J I ;

The memory of my joys most ever tot{ has been plain as the noso on your next? Ishing silver mirrors, cut-glass and HACIHE.WIS.

t' NOT can fate wring loom me one bitter crY' face-and that's plain enough-this 'iYes-Felix. And."-trying lief 1'Jewels. Sew two of the long pieces

'v'* .' Who-John find pure Bangs bliss, In In Harper's living o'er VFetkly.the past. many a day. Oh, stop your guying best to blush "I need not laT that the' into irregularly shaped bags for carry-

,.:;.- And tie flung out and off, leaving Tom -tho affinityexprossed In the exquisite ing tho pieces of silver toilet set when

'i laughing at his touchiness. verse is reciprocated." travelling. It preserves the silver from

.e Victim of a Valentine. The following day was gloomy, "But," cried Denslow making e scratching and tarnishing. Out of old
S
"It'i beanlifull"-aid murky, and threatened rain. But bold break for liberty, and feeling tan, or gray gloves yon can make *
Felix "beau
tiful." Denslow's. dreams were all rose-col that he must escape cmcshment at any( charming bags for carrying your opera

'On his ored. It was St. Valentino's Day. price, "I didn't send you any valen glasses lu. Cut the kid in the same i
way to the mill where ho was
Effie Terrieford woul4 l'Ccelvt.his tine." pattern as is used for tho silk and velvet LOG LUMB ERYARD &eITYTRUCI.S
the director of a half a hundred hands, I *
the I had suddenly paused. The drug valentine. lIe would meet her at the "Sir!" bags, lino it with' China silk, and SPRING WAGONSe'ALLSTYLES. Jj

tore was the only place In town whcie dance that evening, and endeavor to "I'm awfully sorry," blurted on trace in pen and walor-coloi or silk,

valentines discover from her reception of him.what' Felix, "but I was in'a rush, and I your initials on tho outside.-[New v I' rtNt yjLl1DIE9
were sold and it .
was at the HUCGINa
his chances were. The valentine asked Tom Dixon to address the box 1 York Journal. CHA19C, ;
window
of the drug store he stood.
would have said so much for him that, for me, and I gave him tho wrong '
Within tho cardboard box lay the article WMTl'HAUA. HAMS. PArtai CNAIfIBMKa +.
"which if he. fancied she was not"dlsplCBscd, card in mistake. I meant to send it .
had won his admiration. It The famous Westphalia hams are i
ho would and Effio Terrisford."
pluck up courage "speak to
was of blue plush. It was relied with cured as follows: They are first t
right out.">> "What" quavered Celcslia, ,"that FISH BR9S WAGH Cg-
laco paper. There was a good deal of rubbed with dry mil and left to drain
'It would be hard to find a liahd little snip I Why I showed her the-
,narrow) pink satin ribbon about it. for 24 hours. Four, quarts of salt, RACINEWiS,
comer specimen of manhood than Felix the valentine_ and-" .
Dome artificial rosebuds were pinned. three pounds of brown
ono
J Denslow When that he did I" sugar
evening, got "Oh, you '
In one corner, and tho Verse in gold pound of saltpeter, four ounces of
his stalwart self into his snowy linen Now the reason of Effia's coolness
script upon it said all the most diffident Balprnncllaand four ounces of junipot1
and black diagonal: was apparent.
lover could desire to or have berries bruised and mixedtogether
are well
say,_ ,
lie was a little late arriving at the "Yes, sir. And if you cousldoi
{ laid for him. And boiled in six of
hall, where tho annual dance, in honorof your conduct a joke, sir, I don't, sir. quarts
"It would tell her everything," said water. The brine Is then cooled and
the,saint of lovers, was to be held. It is unbecoming a gentleman, sir. i
young Denelovr, "everything." skimmed. The hams taken from 1r

aro
Instantly his glance sought and found Never presume to address me again, t
Dy tho pronoun it ,will perhaps be the salt and aro wiped dry, and the
pretty EfTio ,Terrisford. air. Good-evening, sift"
perceived that there was only one cold pickle is poured over thorn and
She was a plump girl of eighteen? or Off she flounced. Dcnsiow soughtout
Woman In tho world for the handsome Well rubbed into the monte There
twenty... She had rosy cheeks, brown Effie. lie insisted on a hearing.
young foreman of the Meadowlark should be brine to the
hair and velvety blue eyes. And she He explained the mistake of tho valen enough cover

Mills. wore a dainty new gown of creamy tine. lIe offered himself then and moat. The hams are turned every
-Throug ho dingy glass ho ro-read second day for thrco weeks, after
taco and pale gold ribbons. there. And he was accepted. I
tho'J1n which seemed so admirablyto which taken out N F
they KEPT
are wiped dry, OT
How very charming 'sho did look, "But If you only knew how I felt aoSHEARSm"w
voice his sentiment : and a mixture of salt and
,
Denslow thought. But she was talk- declared Effie. half tearfully, half I pepper INSI
>>
-I dare not speak the love I feel, bran is well rubbed Into
with that abominable Dick Grif "when that horrid old thoroughly SfORPRi
.Bat may this valentine reveal ing smilingly, the meat. then smoked SEND10 i LL1 Y o
The truth to yon, fith. Well, ho would soon take her thing was showing off her valentineoh They are a /Jiunui *.*-* fcl\ w' ',*
210.(,
Box
little for three months DUr-
Whose eyes of blue from him. lIe crossed the hall to dear I""And every day or JETTING THEM -
litre pierced heart even more, until completely dry, when ? s'i ?HO& Miss.
my poor them. lIe bestowed a slight nod of if you could appreciate my > FOR YOU.VANDERBILT'S .a, _
Through and through." they will keep sound and improve In S'J
recognition on Griffith, and then feelings when I saw you with that
Perhaps a critic might have pro- flavor for yoars.-Farm. Field and .. ___ ..
turned. smilingly to Effie, and asked detestable Griffith-darling I t" c .. -
tested that the verse lacked poetic excellence Stockman.
her for a dance. But neither wasted any sympathyon -
that it did not possess the STRONG BOXA
'lilting But Effie who ordinarily blushed the unfortunate victim of their TESTING BREAD. -
meter of Locker, or the silvery
and dimpled at his coming, acknowl- valentine-Miss Celestia Elmira Bread soaked in an alcoholic solution Corner In a Safe Deposit Vault '\j
tipple of Dobson.: But Felix Denslow
'edged his greeting with a most frigid Skelton.-The Ledger. of logwood will at once turn bluo Richer than Host Gold SXines.
not critic.
wag a Ho went Into tho
drug store. bow."I If there is alum present. An'otheri Besides these hoardings, these vaults
haven't a dance left," she said contain the accumulated wealth of a
To Promote Deep Breathing. i very,simple way of testing alum is to personal
"
"How do, Tom? ha said, with a nature of all the millionaires of
coolly. A device recently invented for, the thrust a hot knlfo blade Into loaf
a
,.friendly nod New York They no : leave
to City
the clerk, with whom him onger
Sho did not offer .to show her of deep breathing is likelyto that is office
fee promotion one day old. If alum is present their stocks and bonds in their or

was acquainted." "Let me seo some programme. be of value to flat-chestod, round- it will adhere in small particles to house safes, but take them to the vaults.

yalentines. "What?" stammered ,Denslow In many of the vaults were the
shouldered and weak-lunged people. the blade. As to the of
goodness pate
't. Though his mind was quite made family jewels and the expensive ofgold
he aghast, "already? If tIle means utilized in this invention bread properly mado with baking and silver-this lost being taken to

I trip, glanced through the contents "I only dance the square dances, shall induce )her full, deep respirationof powders possessing the maximum of the homes whenever an entertainment is F
of tho tray set before him. Aud then bo and returned at, to its
to ouce
given
you know, she said, "and I've prom which so many people are absolutely leavening the ;
power, following experhnent
in Hundreds
(with all the indifference he could muster place of safety the vaults
ised of those to Mr. Griffith and
two it will welcome ad'dition
ignorant prove will be found
said ho guessed he would take the interesting, of millions of dollars arc kept In these 110 MILES
the others to Will Davis, and my to our hygienic appliances. The and also very reliable: places of security, and some most interesting CINCINNATI Shortest end
one in the wIndow., Suddenly he be told of the customs E
cousin. cord which talqs might .,
device is a small belt or Take a good loaf of bread with a Quickest.Compartment
was struck with sinister doubt. of men of wealth in visiting the vaults
a Palace
; I and Pullman
Denslow became conscious he was of IIIgreat..t
the
encircles the chest at point
I. ,What if Effio should suspected one; cut from the two and counting their wealth. Probablythe without
Cars
think
it through change
, was sent Bleeping
''by that Idiot of a Dick Griffith who staring at her in a fashion she might expansion, and a take-up me pieces ol equal size, put thorn In I&U-// most interesting place is the suits making direct connection

resent. Indeed ho was dazed. She chauism to which the ends of the cers containing the same quantity of of the deposit company which contain In CENTRAL UNION 1
"was ridiculously devoted to her and the wealth of the Vanderbllts, LOUISAnd
must be with him for enormous DEPOT for Ol
angry presuming belt or cord are attached. The take- ,
water the best broad will Invariably in
much of that
; stocks and bonds and
,
would be sure to send her a valentine? the WEST and with Through carlines
to send her valentine. She }
a mechanism consists of a coiled of Gould Russell tho Aston
up absorb the most water. This Is morea Jay Cage: for
Bat he would
not have
tho presumption probably considered It an inpertinence. spring adapted to tighten the belt at test for alum than anything, as alum ox-Mayor Oraco and many other men and the

to send one which so _openly expressed lie did not look at Dick Griffith, but Intervals and a train of wheels by known as New York's millionaires LHlbAuU NORTHWEST
hardens the of whoat and ?
,. adoration. That he might be he could fancy the exultation in his which tho speed of the spring In takingup it loss soluble.gluten renders These tan of vaults the New are York opposite Central the headquar Railroad, also with through lines car for DETROIT I l

considered presumptions for so doing, little, twinkling eyes. He crimsoned, the belt may be regulated. Uponthe The weekly consumption of bread on Forty-second street, and were built lOll Points rD'Canada'
never occurred to Felix, which proves bowed moved under the eye of William 11. Vanderbilt. BUFFALO
the
away. exhaustion of the breath, after and the East.
per Inhabitant in the United States:! is Vanderbilt'IIOMCornelius
When'Willlam H. -
,how'nureasouably In love that young He felt that he had made a mistake, full expansion of the lnngsthe chest returns Only/ one chinpre of cars ,
only five and one-half pounds, or William K. and Frederick-
fellow was. that the evening he had looked forward to the size natural to it in ordi- about three pourals less than the desire to add to or take from their enormous NEW ORLEANS
He threw the ,clerk five dollars to be failure and general -I of stocks admitted Meridian, ,
to was to a was, nary breathing thus leaving tho belt for all countries of Eu deposits they are Jackson, Vicksburg, Points in
take the change out of, and stood leaning moreover convinced that life-his the average into the prison-compartment When AND THE a
loose. Immediately take-up me.chanllm rope. At the rato of only Ave and Inside the door is shut and locked, and TEXAS -
against the counter, knitting his liie-was not worth living.He begins to gather in the slack one-half of bread I they are virtual prisoner They cannot -anoT.: '
straight black brows, and pulling perplefedJY bright pounds weekly per out until attendant the .Passengers via this line are afforded an
passed unheeding many of the belt, which it continues to get an opens R
inhabitant in the
United
States Mountain and
the
view' of Lookout
excellent
at his mustache. ''She Is so faces which would have willingly and it the belt door, but no burglar, assassin or thief '
gather finally tightens
annual consumption represents the can get In.William.' surrounding Historic Scenery, s
"
tweet, he said to himself; "no end smiled upon the prosperous young about the chest until the pressure Is enormous amount of 17,160,000,000 II. Vanderbilt was not so -

pf Impudent chaps will be sending her foreman of the Meadowlark Mills. i uncomfortable to the wearer and compels pounds.-[American! Market. secretive in examining his wealth u his s. 0. RAY, S. E. Psss. Agt Atlanta

'Valentines. And I want her to know He found himself a secluded scat and him to take another full respiration sons. He used to open one of the doors; Ga.

.this Is from me. 1 have IU I I'll write took possession of it lIe resigned thus lengthening the belt This draw out a great pile of bonds, s read D. J. MULLANEiY: Dlv. r.... JLgt,
BKCIPEB. them on ihe table before him and In full( Chattanooga.D. .
my name on the back. It isn't customary himself to a melancholy reverie. is the view of the attendants, and make his
lengthening accomplished by Veal Loaf-Three pounds of lean EDWARDS, O. P. & T, A.,

.to do so on a valentine, I know. "Ob Mr. Densiowl I have I found withdrawal of the strap from the .,veal minced, one-half cp of bread I computations, half muttering his to himself CINCINNATI, O. .
be did else cut off
u so, or couponsby
But it Is the onl.lure way. you? What has made you so very which act again coils the spring. )
.case, crumbs three eggs; mix thoroughly a nervous snap of a large pair of shears
He took out his pencil, turned the late?" gushed a sharply bland voice The spring In turn, when the breath i. and bake three hours In an earthen which he kept in the desk. The large THE TRAVELERS;

big card over and wrote his name that made him think of sweetened is exhaled and the chest resumes its dish. compartment within now contains muchof Jacksonville Florida.,
the wealth of Cornelia Vanderbilt, ,
boldly on the back. Then he replacedit vinegar. natural size, again begins to gather np Sponge Cake with Three Eggs-One and the one adjoining it many of

In the box, put on the lid and handed He looked up; rose. Before him the slack of the belt. Those processesare : and one-half cups of sugar, three eggs, the millions of William K. A smaller -

it to the clerk to wrap up. Just stood'a lady of forty forlorn and un continued as long as the device Is '! one-half cup of cold water, one-half compartment nearer the floor contains the The Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar

then a boy breathless and scared She I fortune of the student, George Vander. streets, Jacksonville, Fix A new' brick y
appropriated years. was very worn. It is claimed that the use of teaspoonful of soda two even Of
cups
bill, and he, of late, has been one of the hotel, nearest to all railroad station and
came tearing{ In. angular, very sallow. She was in the device induces full breaths at Intervals flour, and one teaspoonful of cream of j frequent visitors, u he has been drawing steamboat landings. Especially adapted .

"Oh Mr. Densiowl" he cried, "I've brick-colored satin and tulle, and and thus naturally strengthensand I taitar; flavor with lemon. This is on his fortune to build his luxurious to transient business Elegantly fur $

been a-hun tin'you. There's been a jewelry and ornaments innumerable. enlarges the lungs and chest- I! very nice, and* it keeps moist quite a'' place in the mountains of North Carolina. nished rooms, single or an suite Table
About in often the Vanderbilt the best. This hotel
once so as food as was built,
accident up to the mill. Jerry Greggs "I've wanted so much to see yon." [Chicago News. while. I boys, averaging six times a year, visit the furnished and operated u $3.00 a dsy-

he's been caught in the machinery, an' she said, dropping her voice to a confidential Egg Plant-Egg plant may be vaults to deposit new bonds and stocks, house; rates are now reduced to f 2.$9 a ,

the boss be wants you an' a doctor purr, "to thank you for the Belling the Bats. i peeled, cut in slices across three-quar representing/ accessions to their wealth. day, while the service is better than ever.
One who has experimented with In this corner alone there Is Breakfast from 0 to lunch from 11
right away" charming valentine you sent me," i ten of an Inch thick and each slice property ti; :.
that the cheapest and i representing not far from taoo, to 3:PO; dinner from 0::3Q to 1:80.: This
Felix started up."AH And the beamed upon him with an success says sprinkled with salt Set aside altogether It wu in this golden cell that William Is the only hotel la Jacksonville serving

right. Here,* "om, address affectionate gratitude that was embarrassingly least harmful manner of ridding a with a weight on top In orderto 11, Vanderbilt wrote his famous check I regular meals at these hours. All other

that and send it for me. will yen? I sincere."Theebwhat. building of rats Is to catch one full- press out the water. They may for $6,000,000 the largest individual are at least one hour later. Use the *!(
rodent In a wire Tie check ever given up to that time. After Travelers' omnibus, the tickets save K
cage.
can't wait" f he stammered. grown then be cut in convenient pieces, he had written it he said to a financial cents each way.BURTON. d:

Tom noSded.Denslow "The valentine,"-still more sweet- securely about his neck a small sleigh.bell I: dipped In flour or egg and breadcrumbs who WM with him, representing original I

fumble and let him go. There Is nothing and fried In West Shore interests, "I could dup- K, BARRS
:d through hispocket ly; "and the sentiment upon It was plenty of hot fat ,
ieate that check at this moment If nee
jerked out a square of cardboard so so beautiful." in the world so timid. rats; they J'J,I Chicken Broth-The bones and a lua,.,.." showing that at that time be 10 Proprietor.. ,
will flee from the rat with the bell I
and tossed it on the counter. Denslow groa ed. The truth bad pound of meat from a chicken should Mail $12,000,000 at least in cold cash.-
OUR NEW
"That's. ,the name and address"," be flushed across his brain. Some weeks and, lu course of & few days, there be simmered three hours In three pints Augusta Chronicle. HIGH ACM. vs IMPROVED svru.QNLreshee SINGER. '
will not be a single one on the premises. ---
of water. Put into cold water skim
previous Miss Skelton had given him BCD Ann BLVK. "

told.He dashed out, and off toward the the card of her restaurant, requesting Yon may, however, hear of a thoroughly when It comes to a boil and "S tI
haunted home, somewhere close by lathe In the Stationery Store-First Young .!
;juttl aa'fast as his legs could take him. that he send there any of the mUi neighborhood, where the mysterious I i add a teaspoonful of salt. Strain. If I Lady-Do you always buy two kinds of 'II !

And Tom Dixon, with pen In hand, bands who wished board. For thougha desired a tablespooof of boiled riceor paper' 0 I r :u

otood staring at the card he held. At rich woman at wealth was estimatedin tinkling of a bell Is heard in the soaked tapioca may be added, In Second Young Lady-Always. You
walls at dead of DlghL-Nnr York ice when I write to Charlie I use red pa- ;: l '1 F
first his look was one of blank amaze- Delphoi, Miss Skelton was an exceedingly Journal. which case the broth should boil a half. per that means love. When I answer = w
i J
ment, that gradually changed to a grin. araraclous one, and worked hour longer. ;Jim's letters I use blue which zc

lie chuckled as he copied on the box hard to add to her store; perhaps to Crawfish Tails I I Bavarian Sauce-Melt one tablespoon means "faithful unto death. t1cIITu6lttlDgL ( WittlTSAJSPxPHUA.. P*.

the name and number on the card. have ample means to buy a husband if Crawfish tail, crawfish hash and of butter and add two tablespoons M CURED. ;:::
1 :
"Going in for her, Is he? I didn't she were unable to win one. And crawfish stewed or broiled In the shell of flour. Mix these over the Tin assure .AUIO. I F''ITS s LUO& TRIAL;WTTLL

think Dcnsiow was the kind of Felix now knew that in his haste he are much sought after by epicureanNew fire a few moments. Add now two Bobber(to bank teller)-I'm Bloody ..UJNO&a... T..ss Goa,wOac.wt1, DOM'T 6t1'U......... '

of vinegar a little horseradish Jim th' Kip Roaria' Snorter of the Hock lULL thLLGl002sa0 f...... .
fellow to tell himself but one can't must have flung that card to Tom York. tablespoons le*. liana over that there cub. If Ari.."..;. 'aaa.tr

always exactly tell." Dixon, instead of the one Effle Terri. Crawfish are like a very 10nni'lob- I i and a tablespoonful of tomato Bank Teller (mechanically have no A XMAS HEALTH GIFT

At the mill Felix found the accident ford bad left at his house when she ster, only they are found in fresh catsup; some strained fish broth. doubt personally sir tbat you are Bloody
tau serious than he had anticipated. called on his sister and which he bad water. Thor are found In the southern j Beat this over the fire until smooth; Jim the IUp Itoariog' Snorter of, the N Bur r Au. t5aen.a: ,....

Oa his way home that evening he taken because the Dam upon It had end of Louisiana, and are a great dish (' season with salt, pepper nutmeg; Rockies somebody; but to, sir identify, you will jou.have-to(QoodKawa get a IIoout c-"...!a..."Aso xdsd DnooI.ot:... :.:. ..-

looked in at the drug store been written by his sweetheart < with the Creoles, who use them to rook strait and after simmering a fewt ''I .... .._-.-. ....... ..

"Bend that. Tom l" "I hope," co ed on Celestia Skelton, I log gumbo when crab arc not extragood.rNew ', minute add the yelks of two egg and TJvoawsat to reach the people jots :-4J DOWn=..4Dw...v..r .. J"
Add e
whisk till small
York Journal frothy. piece should advertise la ids Caar.........sae.- ...
Very peculiarly Tom acted' lie timidly lif tin; lr eyes, "you win not .|[i I of batter and pour In a sauce bowl. I, paper. lli$4.



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__ 'TltB EAST COAST ADVOCATE,, FRIDAY MAB. 40, 1891. .

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-+ THE EAST COAST ILYOCITE. $- Ir the Delesplne Grant could be J4he Council agree to procure releases The Colored Entertainment alTitusville t WILKINSON COTTAGES
from all the lot owners House *
placed on the market and a sale on Court
tae able title secured it would do more Broad street. The town could not ,
DRVOTKD TO DITELOMEIT
A wnatv jotmxAt On Friday night taut wa* quite a sue-
Or Tall VIVIAN RIVER AID to add to the growth of TltusvUle afford to bind itself to do thai, for hand
bnl
LAKE WORTH SECTIONS. than any other one factor we 'can some of the owners might, ask an cess. The ADVOCATE was on and ROCK LEDGE INDIAN RIVER, FLA.
approached the ball with fear trembling ,
point out at present. This vast unreasonable price tot such are. t
lest he might be the only one ol
Office: Wellington Avenue Tltugville, tract of land begins on the south lease. The town is willing'to give his color present; but the audience thai t These Cottages are Newly Built Nicely Furnished, and within ten minutes walkof
all it has or'in other
words the
Indian River Florida. edge of town. For miles and miles ,
had gathered together and greeted him
its high bluffs extend along the Railway Company may have all Telegraph and Postofflce and leading hotel.
he entered WM a delightful surprise.
river front, and if sub-divided into but twenty feet on each side of ItS o
EVERY FRIDAY. small parcels would furnish sites Broad street to the river, and all Many of our best citizens with their -
PUBLISHED walk'from
minutes'
wives, sinters, cousins and aunts were Have the steamer land you at Glngras wharf-only three the
for thousands of beautiful winter the riparian rights as long as they
use them for ) present to enjoy the programme, which
homes. Five years ago the litigation railway purposes, Cottages. ,
BecondClftM Mr. M. B. Mahaffey had prepared with
Btttred at the Tltnurllle Pontnffie M without molestation or hindranceby .
-so we\ told-was
are -finally
Mall Matter. settled, but as far as we can learn, the town government. great care. Rates : Per Day, $a.50 ; per Week, $12.50 ; per Month, $45.

: it has advanced little if any toward But the monopoly must make its There was some hitch in {he arrangements

TERMS, Invariably In Advance, a settlement since that time. I own terms with the lot owners. at the last moment; and the beginning Gdee-3mo'
H. H. WILKINSON
tff: Check, rocUl Order, or On and Two Cent The legislature, by doing something They need have little uneasinpss of the performance, which had Prop.
I'osUgc Stamps, to lubricate the machinery on that score however, for Dr. been announced for eight o'clock, was

One Year,... ............... ................$1.80 of the Supreme Court, might do Wiley, Mr. Coleman and Mrs. delayed until a-Tow minutes after nine. JIMES PBrrcrtABD, President; W. B. BABXETT' Vice-President;
IbI Months,...................................IMTtirea in indirect Simonson own all the north side of The time however, was spent quite W. M. BROWN, Cashier.
Month,.......................,........ .fit something an way to Broad
of
Bugle Copy,.........i......................... Do settle litigation in regard to Span street for several blocks pleasantly noting the effort those
Bent to any Address In U. B. or Canada,Prepaid ish grants, and we look forward to from the river, and the Railway having charge In endeavoring to launch INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

their meeting in April with hopeful Company itself owns all of the the programme; the orchestra renderedsome ,

MOOT,......,............. WALTZ 8. OaABA.'cJate.EdJtor" .. feelings. property on the south side of Broad very fine selections In their efforts (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
street from Washington avenue to to subdue the impatience of the audience.
.
H. WALTON.VTg
-'- Manager.C. TITUSVILLE FOR TOURISTS. the river, and by virtue of this It seems that at the last moment, the Authorized capital, $ i 00,000e

ownership would take the riparian musician who had been engaged for th .r" Paid up capital, $26OOO

do not hold onnielvM! responsible for the rights. This is why we say the evening, had failed to appear and it was .____
Average deposits
mttnlotm of our correspondent communication., but we claim The project which is on foot for question is virtually settled. Andit rumored throughout the hall they had $100,000
u right to reject any -
making a good hard roadway on only remains to have the terms been guilty of making a demand for '

trey Cntnmnnlcatlonii plainly on one for pile publication of the paper mnit only be ,writ-and the principal streets of the town, of the agreement properly Witnessed higher salary, which not being granted, -- Transacts a General Banking
.braid. In every cane be accompanied by the if. carried out successfullywill in and Watson
writer name and address, not necemwrlly for writing- Capt. they went off on strike.
Business
publication,but as a guarantee of good faith. create a wonderful transformation. will be able to write to whom he Mr. Charles Heckler, a representativeof
There is something substantial in pleases as he wrote to certain individuals
this matter. It is not of the patchwork last "if the Star, who was present, volunteered Largest and Oldest Bank on the Hirer
summer attempt
you
ADVERTISING RATES to fill the breach, and acted as pianist.
order. Once wq can get a to land at our dock we will .
He performed heroic work for his colored
PER: YEAR. good layer of the shell marl upon treat DIRECTORS
you as trespassers. The x
One Inch,..,....................10.00 the streets we will be fixed for all only difference being that at this I brethren.Mr. JAS.PRITeHAnnW.B.IAaSETTI the National Bank of Jacksonville\+re5Identiof ), J.H.
Two Inch,.,...................... 15.00 time. Each of our, draymen, and time he will be in the in W. B. Knox our popular painter DUBKEK (Vice-President National Bank of
Three Inch,...................... 20.00 every merchant who owns a team right, and was seen to retire hastily from the ball Jacksonville), W. 8. GRAHAM and W. M..
Tour Inch,....................... :iffi.OO well afford donate position, we believe, to back-up and soon return breathless with violin. I Bnown. .
can to a carloadof rORRERPONDENTQ.t
Five Inch,or Quarter Col.,...... 30.00 his words in the courts ; and we Seaboard National Bank of NMtlfork and
}taU Column.................'... H.OO the material for he should get. do hope that some of our friends Mr. Skinner produced from his capacious .FS to National Bank of Jacksonville.. *V 20
Whole Colunm,..................100.00 it back in less than two years by who have been so energetic in I pocket'a mouth organ and the orchestra TITUSVILLE, h LA.

fnr Ills Month, divide the yearly rate by two the saving in wear and tear of urging the,town to accede to the was complete. These gentlemen deserve ,
Ml add 10 per cent.. ,. horseflesh, to say nothing of the demands of the Railway Company great credit for the untiring zeal they

:Tar Three Month, divide the yearly rate by greatly improved appearance it may be the first to receive one of exhibited in attempting to appease the INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY
four and add 20 per cent. would impatient audience and commend
give to our streets. With his bristling missives In order that we '
teat: AdvertlacnicnU, Ten Cent Per Line good hard shell roads, and a fringeof them to the careful consideration of AOr..
realize
what
1III.k: lnecrtion they may they have
shade trees, Titusville would surrendered. those having charge of the entertainment -
Paid Beading Matter, not In "Local Ne,"," not only be a good business point in future, feeling positive they
There is no doubt that while
mtmnni,Five Conti Per Line Each Insertion. ,
but would soon make pretensionsto will give satisfaction if they should be A
of those who in favor I
: many were
Legal; Advertisement at Legal Rates. beauty. And with a little work of yielding to the demands of the engaged.The .
Alt the above rates are for one edition per done the river front small
on a monopoly feel that we are giving two sable gentlemen who had con

sum spent on the park, and a big away too much, yet, the great trol of the drop-curtain, were evidently
OT: Bills collected monthly.
hotel at Sand Point, we would be majority of our people think it is experts In their art. The; celerity with Steamers
Check,eta., may be made payable to "Graham in shapeto put forth our claims as which this leave Trrusviu.: daily except Sunday O.OO a. m., arriving at Melbourne..
of the
best Important part machinery 12:00
to -
'.W lton." purchase harmony at any : noon. Returning, leave Melbourne IKK p. m., arriving Titusville 7:00 p. m.
a tourist resort. The sun shines price, and avoid all semblance of WM managed was remarkable, Leave Titusville at 3:30 p. m., daily except Sunday arriving Jupiter 9:00 a. m.,.
|y Merchants and all others to whom we are just as bright, and the breezes areas antagonism to the Railway Com- especially when it Is remembered that it next morning. Returning, leave Jupiter 12.-00 noon. Arrives at Titusville .10:301
IMebted will oblige us presenting their bills balmy and constant at Sand a. m., next morning,connecting with all points north and east.
ttetat of every month for prompt settlement. pany, or do anything that might cut off the stage from view in its ascent
.. Point as anywhere on the coast precipitate an extension south. and descent about a hundred times. W. B. WATSON, Superintendent.

this side the Narrows and being a We are confident the majority of These gentlemen are also worthy of recommendation

Address all communications to railway terminus tourists would our people are of this mind at and gave evidence of EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.

EAST COAST ADVOCATE, not be subjected to the horrors ofa present and it only remains for long and skillful training. in this branch

'7ITU.tlLLIFWMDA. night on an oyster bank in try Council to obey their wishes. We of stage management.

F.O.Box,322. ing to reach it, (unless they come were of the minority, and spared Mr. Mahaffey, who acted as manager
by water via Ormond). By-the- no effort to deserve
carry public opinionin certainly great credit for the
THE freight business of Indian way Sand Point is not a pretty the line of our honest con vie.tlon programme he had prepared and must ,

Bher will always be handled name ; why not call" the place We have failed and can have spent weeks in training the many

"Cape Washington? It is at the only add the hope that the sacrifice children who took part, to perform their
mainly by water, but the day Is head of the 'avenue of that name. made in'th'e
by our people duty properly.
not far distant when the
passenger interest of the town may be appreciated The selections rendered by the numerous ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE STEAMER SWEENEY.
traffic to the lower river and Lake SETTLED.THE
and that time GOING SOUTH
The
may prove young master and missea reflected Sweeney leave TITUSVILLE about 130 p. m.
Worth,will demand the extensionof STREET QUESTION the course advocated and carried very favorably on the school. Some very GOING ,NORTH-Leaves Titusville about 11 a. m.

a railroad southward. by the majority as a wise one. choice and wellknown'recitation.* weregiven The steamer J. W. Sweeney will leave NEW SMYRNA every Monday Wednesday
I and Friday at 7 a. m., stop at all intermediate point, and arrive at KOCKLEDOSU
We considered the street question among them "Why should at 5 p. m.Beturning.
Ir we are not greatly mistaken, as virtually settled before the Literary Entertainment at_ Fort the spirit of mortal be proud" a poem leave BOCKLEDOE every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at 7 a m,.'r

.Tftusrille Is entering upon a period meeting of Council .last week. The Pierce School. which was so great a favorite with Abra- and arrive at New Smyrna at 6 p. m.CONNECTIONS *

of prosperity and growth 'which is Railway Company was tOQ exact ham Lincoln,,while a bright young Miss
With A. & W. R. R. at New Smyrna, for all point north via
going to surprise everybody. There ing in its demands, and there is On March 6th a crowded house greetedthe of some 10 summers recited the temperance River Line, and Clyde Steamship Line. Clyde St. Johns.

is but little doubt that they will be pupil of Fort .,a school as they poem "Lips that touch liquor shall The merchants and shipper of Indian River, who wish to patronize this. line,
not house -
a vacant or store in willing to accept the new proposition delivered the closing programme of the never touch mine." I will please advise their consignor to mark their goods Via Clyde Linet. care of

town, and every one of our merchants of Mayor Wilson. The town, Mason. The following programme was Had it been known that the concert I A & W. Ry. and E. C. T. Co. or Via Clyde Line care of E. C. T. Co., Blue Springs.

seem to be doing in substance well rendered, and the Was R. P. PADDISON, G. F. PADDISON,
a thriving consents to give all young people given with the intention of securing General Manager.
business. the monopoly has asked-or at bore evidence of careful trainingIn mainly a white audience we believe GOAL Frt A Pass. Agt.

least all it has to give. We yield elocution, expression, gesture ,and de there would not have been standingroom.

PUBLIC OPINION has undergone a' the use of all the riparian rightson livery. Mrs. McCarty has Infused new We understand that the sum of If You Wish to Keep Well Posted on the

great change on the street question Broad street as long as they are life and origin Into this school, and ,the $40.00 was raised for a new .colored Various Topics of Interest the
used for railroad purposes. Thisis literary exercises: were credit, alike to schoolhouse on '
luce last October. Take R. Ran .
all we can give. All the people teacher and pupiL I East Coast
We heard many of our best citizens Subscribe for
roc In the Star of Oct. 23d, and have is the ute pf the streets. The I Opening Song, "Lightly'.our .boat is ay that they enjoyed the entertainmentbetter ,
"
compare with Robert of March 13, title in the soil is owned by the now gliding along. than anything that was this Paper.
ever givenIn
la that journal. lie is '' Recitation: "A Letter to Grandma," I
' only one of 'abutting owners, that is, the lot Madgie Be1LDeclamation the town. Some of them were un- I
large number. owners own the land in front of .
controllable In their
: "Call My Brother Back spontaneous ap .
,
their lots, subject to the right of Charlie Carlton. plause. One very prominent citizen was t Market Review, Pictures 4 for Octs. at Woodward'.
1
We have no desire to throw mud the public to ute it at a public high. March 16th, 1891. tent
"
Dec: "The Old School House, Peny threatened with a serious convulsion, Tituiville. Picture of a whole I
at the Canal Company, but must way. It is this right to tare the Carlton. and it was thought that medical aid The market on orange i* somewhat family for 60ct. Also fine collection of

'ry we would be delighted to see street that the Council will grantto Bee.: "Temperance Plea," Fannie would have to be summoned.We easier today owing to heavy arrival, Florida view for sale. 2tf.
its dredges throw a little more the Railway Company; but as Metis. but all fancy fruit find ready sale, low ]

dirt. If we are to have a canal, the people only possess the rightto Song: "When I Was a Maiden," congratulate Mr. Mahaffey on the grade working out slowly.. Indian River

why not have one that is navigable. use It at a highway it is not Myrtle Jennings. __ success that attended hi* effort., and fancy selling $3.60 to (4.50; other PERFECTEDCRYSTAlLEISES

This is a question on which the even within the power of Councilto Deo.: "Schooner Hesperous," Charlie hope it will stimulate him to give another choice bright, $2.75 to $3.25; russets,
Indian River Steamboat McCarty. entertainment at some future date. $2.50 to $2.75; grape fruit per box, $2.50
its for .
Companycan grant use railway purposes. to barrel TW MUM.QuStrttntiUAlmjt.
join hands with the E. C. T. For it has been decided in many of Bee.; "Pyramus" and Thlsb1," JennieHendry. Since the above was in type we have Strawberries t3.00i per fancy$4.00 selling to $5.00.quick, 25 t

Co. There, can be no difference of the states-and only a few years succeded in getting the programme to 30 cent; medium grades, 12 to 16 1J
opinion between the competing ago in our own Supreme Court ina Dec.: "Tobacco Arthur Jennings. which war a* follow: .. cent Pineapples, extras 18 to 20 cent,
Bee.: "Gone With a HandsomerMan medium size 10 to 15
lines after the experience of last case from Gainesville-that the ," DollieMett*. Herbert Bowens, "Salutatory"; Odu cent

Saturday and Sunday. "A fellow construction of a railway track Song: "Wood-ChopperSong," eight Stanley, "Temperance"; Jasper Stanley choice Vegetable stock market finds ready I* steady sale. and Choice all

feeling make. us wondrous kind." and the running of trains was nota boyi.Deo.. "A Surprise"; Matilda Caraway.'"A Lit- trine beans 2.50 to $3.50: DCM. 82 sn

legitimate use of a highway or .: "Sister and I," Dan McCarty. tie Piece"; Jessie Caraway, "Being Use to $3.00; cabbage choice,' h'ard'stock:

Tax UP RIVER ROUTE cannot be street ; and the plaintiff who was Bee.: "Ask Mamma" Anna Hendry. ful"; Annie Warren, "Paradoxical"; $2.00 to $2.50; egg plant $8.00 to 10.00; l

relied upon, especially during the the owner of a livery stable whichwas Dec.: "Jack and Jill" Geo. Smith. Lena Ellenwood "Chickens" ;Lulu Hayden tomatoes, $4.00, fancy to $5.00, $a00 per to dos U.OOi, l bunches asparagus t

months of February and March located on the street where Bee.: "The Goblins Will Get Gaw," "How Mamma Plays"; Arthur Williams lettuce, Charles town. Savannah and J. E. ENDER & CO.
when. It is most needed. At this the Florida Southern R'y Company Vera Tubb "Mr. Lincoln' Favorite"; Alice Florida, $3.00( to $4.00; cucumber in \
'season the tide of travel reaches completed its tracks, was awarded Song: "Milkmaid's Song" Dan Mo- Walstine, "House-keeper1 Tragedy"< ; demand and would sell at fancy precea. Have exclusive sale of these celebrated

high/water mark-and the water is heavy damages on account of the Carty, Vera Tubbe. Robert Gibson, "Farm-yard Song"; Tax Glasses in :TitusvilleTAVLSNEE

at its lowest i while the heavy injury done hi* business by the Boo.: "Vacation" Lucy McMillan. Westley Nelson, "Trust In God"; Joseph Notice. KEUJUI a MOORS.

north winds, which are common, railway'company; and this judg. Dee.: "Orer the Sea," Fred Ketti.Bec. Nelson, "No Time Like The Old"; Daiy In I the will be at the different precinct in The only Manufacturing Opticians in
the
make it impossible to use what ment was given in the face of the .: "Poor Little Beggar," Myrtle Moore "The lips that touch liquor to county receive on tax return day mentioned below the South'Atlanta, Ga. Peddler are

water there fa to the best advantage fact that the Town Council had Jennings. ahall never touch mine"; Bessie Gibson, March, 189L not supplied with these goods. 6f eMmoTitusYiUe

; for the ,boats will drift in granted the railway company a i Closing Serenade: School.A "It 1. not worth while to hate"; Julian Haulover.... .. __...Tuesday, 10th
new feature of the term' work
pile of the most skillful was R. Uoln teen "A Thousand LaGrange.Wed'day,11th.
pilot and. franchise.No Times.
the written examination in phlalolbgy, Titu viUe,.. . .Thursday,12th. Meat
best i Market.
steering gear, "In every evil one can grant what they do history arithmetic Dialogues: Herbert Bowens and Ma City Point,.... .. ...Friday, 13th.
some good lies," and it is not un. riot possess ; and in the case of and grammar geography bel Nelson, "A pretty little boy and Merritt Island, Sander, Sat. 14th.

likely that out of the impracticability Broad street-as the town has nothing penmanship.sent to the Theae examination girr'; Addle Gibson and Daisy Moore Bockledge.... .,.. .Monday, 16th. -
were county superintendent ,
paper
.... ...
Georgian*, .,
the up river route may come a more than the right to use to be used In the Florida School "A stitch In time save nine"; Anna Ban Gaulte.Wed'dayl8th.Tuesday 17th. ALL KINDS OF

railroad from Daytona to Titus that thoroughfare for the ordinary Exhibition. Altogether it was the Warren and Alice WaUtiae, "The stolen Melbourne. .. .....Thunday,19th. Fresh
ville. The Ormond route was quite and common uses of a highway pleasant closing of a strong and prosperous pet*"; Anna Warren and other, "The Canaveral,. .. ...,.Saturday, 21st and Salt Meats Eggs

popular this season, and the crowdof they cannot do any more than achoolye&r. < boarding school accomplishments" TU- Malabar .... .... ,. .Monday 23rd. '

tourists that will come to the grant the company what they have. : -Stop at the TltusTllle Meat Market, fie and Johnson Stanley, "Digging; Narrow Sebastian,,..............,..Wed'day,.Tuesday,, 25th.24th. Oysters, Fish Fruit & Vegetables .

Halifax! country from St. Augustina I The attorneys of the Railway Com. on Washington Avenue, when yon come Gold"; James Nelson and Lena Gibson, Fort Pierce,.... ....Thursday,28th. ET SEASON.

next winter should warrant the pany, of course, understand the to town Fresh egg, chicken, vegetables "Interrupted Recitations." There were Eden,.... .... .....Friday.. 27th. CASH FOR
provision of some reliable means matter thoroughly, and this is why beef, sausageetTenaeeee butter several others who failed to appear owing Fort Drum.Tuesday, 31st POULTRY, EGGS, VZG-

fit* reaching Indian silver Mr. Parrott was anxious to have etc. !:. J. Darts, manager tt i to the delay at the beginning. W. R. SANDERS TABLES ETC.
Assessor
for Brevard
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.. THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE FRIDAY, MAR.. *0, 1891. ,, ,5


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'SEVILLE, FLA. a
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Sash
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sad Poultry of Every Description' HARDWARE & ,


Paints Oils. o Doors & Blinds:,.>,

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RESn'EOGS
FANCY STOCK.
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Tiny "Wood & GnSOlillO Cool Sto' Orders filled same day received Prices guaranteed. "
HOTEL TRADE A SPECIALTY. Crockery:: nre, eFJ.


,den by.wire filled same day received. 'F. T. BUDGE, Titusville, ]i 1a. ,

Write for particulars and prices.

4
a3mo P. 8. JOHNSTON Manager. who had known some of his old friends Notice.To II. R. OLMSTEAD {

and even some of his nearest relatives. All Whom It May Concern .i

lEAST COAST OF FLORIDA out And to that tell was about the, but thing will\ that have I to started put It NOTICE will IS HKRKHY be made GIVEN to the Legislature that appltca-of The Pioneer Dealer In INDIAN RIVER LUMBER

off 'till other time too tired
some I am the State of Its next svsslon, to pan
After breakfast he went to the Florl"A/a/ GENERAL MERCHANDISE 3 I
lOT A GOOD HIDING PLACE.. now. a local or to lerallie the Incorporation
of the Town of Eau latlle. of ,
p top of the great artificial mound that In the county

has been referred to, a mound as old as Eau Kreranl.Oalhe"alld and to and declare of full the force Incorporation and effect and of Eau Gallie. COI\llJ.A.NY": :: ; ..

Adversity treading upon the heels of the pyramids for all we know and quiteas to define the boundaries of Raid Town of Eau ?
imperishable. lie saw great foot Gallie, and to change the present boundarle so
varsity, and misfortune following ml prints there-not* of ghosts the traditional that the corporate limit will contain Motion I keep In Stock a Choice variety of Incorporated, Feb. 28th, 1891.: : :
rtune In 4, ft, S,0, 15, 1ft, 17, 20, 21 and 23 of Township 27
quick succession, made the ghost leaves no track-but of South Range 3. East. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, ,
etched-man} In the bitterness of his panthers. MOSKLY. 20feb,ap24. TITUSVILLE FL \. .p
CROCKERY TOILET ARTICLES ETC
.
but ask '
:, I
|"Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to For Charter by Hour or Day. Town Ordinance. And will\ Sell an Low as the Lowest COMPLETE STOCK OF ( 'it:t r

suffer Be It ordained 1 by the Town Council of the Call And examine my Stock. 18.. House Boat and Skiff Lumber 'c'' :

he fortune slings and arrows of outrageous The 30ft. cabin launch, Delphine, and Town from of Titusville the Indian that River the right over the of pannage streets of to "

Is for charter by the hour or day for thin Town having their termini upon the hank \ i
Brick Lime Cement Fire-Brick
f to take arms against a sea of troubles of Mild river or over wharre at the end of raid j. E. UNDER & co. ;:
.
,, any point on Indian River.-Address, B. direct,particularly over Main and Broad '

ad by opposing( -end them?" I W. Jerome, Rockledge, Fla. 23jan3mo streets hall be and free the to the wharves public at,the and termini that the thereof name, "VV'atohan.a1l.cra: : Mouldings Lath and Shingles :

Tie fully decided that it was better to. are public property All boats may land at uld ANDIaANUFACTURING .
streets or the wharves constructed or which
,
ie: Our Luminous Contemporary may hereafter be constructed at the(end thereof JEWELERS Brackets Pickets Turned Work. :
,
,
and may make such reasonable use thereof a* ,
"To sleep, and by a sleep to. say, we Says that the "power behind thethrone" shall not exclude other boat from the like use Titusvil Fla. :EJO'-1sea Fraan.ed: : to; Ordoz ';j
end. which shall excludeDrattemrepttoexclude o.
objected to the proposition bf on
he heartache, and the thousand nat Mayor Wilson. If our brother would the pnhllo from the free I II I __________._!!.,HANSONM.iungogi_. ,
of.said wharves
use! streets or except as may be
ural shocks attend the meetings, he would get the hereafter provided by (Council by charging Repairing of Fine and Complicated' I I
hat flesh Is heir to." facts straight. Council was unanimously wharfage or In any other manner, shall J"39e. Watches; setting of Diamonds and other Professional Cur s. J. M. Sanders Co.

.Than tou'bear in favor of the proposition of the Mayor. conviction for each offence thereof or be Imprisoned fined not exceeding not exceeding Precious Stones ,

: the whips and scorns of and It was understood, that Connell sixty davs, at the discretion of the court. Alligator and Hog Tusks Carved and L. GAULDEN : Dealers In
time, stood ready to meet at any moment and This Ordinance shall take effect Immediately Mounted for cane-hoods, brooches, etc. J}. '

he oppressor's wrong, the proud man'scontumely ratify any agreement MOSHIH. Wilson and on Its thirty approval day by the Mayor and. publicationfor Shell Jewelry made. DRY GOODS NOTIONS *
Ray might make with the Railway Com Approved Feb. 26,1M)1.) In S. II. Ilny's new building, opposite ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

,. et the law's delay, pany. We were honest In our statementthat BKXJ': R. Wit-nox, corner from Pontoitice. TmiBVIIAE, FLA "

he Insolence of office, and the spurns the opposition consisted entirely ofa : J.W.Roosts,Town Clerk.Mayor of Titusville.S Prompt attention to all orders by mail CROCKERY,

hat patient merit of then unworthy few energetic partisans of the Railway or otherwUe. 21nov JAS. T. SANDERS, SADDLERY,

takes.'* Company. We did not intend it as a Sheriffs Sale. STATIONERY, .

JIamlet has enumerated. lie was on fling. But when the petition met our T TXDEU and by virtue of an execution Issued ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ? FAMILY MEDICINES, .
surprized gaze the scales fell from our HODGES & GODFREY Will In all the of
.prmotlo Court the Seventh
bis way to'the apothecary's bent upon eyes. Our friend also says: "Nearly out of the county court of Ilrevard coun Judicial Circuit of KlorltU.P. GARDEN SEEDS.

etting' a passport to every owner of improved property hat ty de,]
"The undiscovered country; from' signed the petition. about C. J. and (llarleee Herndon Is defendant, dated the Money to Ixwn. 1 HAY, ,CORN, MA PElS' FERTILIZERS E+
whose bourne McClellan, three buildings; Ray Tompkins 6th day of March, A. I). 1391,1 have levied npon, ,"-
Yellow Pine Lumber FINE PATENT FLOUR
and will sell to the highest bidder for cash, before
two L. R. Decker three Mr. enema M. nunnnt. WALTER 8. OCAMAM.It .
fo traveler returns." ; ; the court house door, In Titusville, Florida, I
Vinson two J. C. Norwood two J. Q. A GRAHAM Oooort, F'loridct.r. :\
; ; between the legal hour of sale, on Monday, the ,
When the word in
"FLORIDA great Stewart, Mrs. Drewdy, E. C. Qrannlss, fith day of A. 1>, Kill,the following lands, itouniiOrange a DREeeED, \
apltals, In a ticket broker's window I lying: and lung In said county and state afore- Box Heads ,
Mr. Boone Mrs. Walker Messrs. Fisher
said,and descrllwd as follows,to wit t Fruit A Vegetable Crate A TTOItNEYS-A -GAW, w. Rogers
aught his eye, he stopped-he bought aickethe Terry, Gardner, Oindorf, Mackenzie, Beginning at the section line ITT yards northof Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River TITCSVILLK Drevard Co. Florida., i
[ came to florida-and In the I Huckabay, McCormick, A. A. Stewart, the southeast corner of the northeast quarter on through bill of lading. Anyone conteniiilatInff DEALER IN CLOTHING,
Fulton Bigelow estate of the southwest quarter of section! 8, township" linllalna on the Kast Coast,would do well to P.O. 110&,11M.WIIII..tll'8ln. '
oat secluded and most picturesque spotn Montgomery, 21 south of range 36 east) thence go: west 118 write for prloes. The Sawmill situated on theJ. all the counties nfth Seventh Gents. Furnishing Coeds Shoes Eats ,
and we might go on and enumerate half yar.lal; thence go: south 02 yards; thence go west .,T.& K. W, HyM 9 nilltn south of falatka.AKcnUiCoroa Circuit and In the Hii|>reriie ( .urt. HHtclal farllltlee ,
the East Coast he secured a few agree the town Try and be fair, brother- 32S yards, to west line of said quarter) thencego ,E. Eau Oallle, I Ilnlnerd. fur Kxamlnlng and I'erfrrllnr| Land '
Billing Eugene Umbrellas Trunks
north along the said line 243 )yards;j thence ) Title. (' Caps, Valises
jthaf he could call his own. it pays. line ] Brno.|ulSatfuiinn t'nrreponilen solicited from Claim .
east on a parallel with the north line of '
ante and Heir to H >anlh Uranu. a
While laying by a camp-fire, that first said quarter 440 yards j thence go south on the flights, Piitium co., Fla. | FINE CIGARS, Eto. ,I
Special Bargain. east line of said quarter 103 yard to the placeof Money to Loan. I The house In )
Jght, in the solitude of a tropical! beginning; and containing 20 acre more or only town making a specialty ".
m lees Purchaser to pay for titles. of (louts. Furnishing Goods
,
GEO. AL TREE
jthicket, with no shelter and no weapon, Dated this the 6tb day of March, A. I). IKll.JAMKS ,
That fine business lot on Broad street, K. ]low IIAIf.It DR. M. D. L. DODSON, Drop in and examine my stock, and' ,
he hears the stealthy tread of wild!
just west of Indian River Lumber Co's ,*- Sheriff Ilrevard County, Fla. BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT, G compare price. Cash ,customers commnnd .
male picking their way through the every consideration competitor
;
hes-but he don't care. Venomous office. Fronts 60 feet on railway. Large Notice.In Titusvillo, Fla. SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SURGI claim to confer.
building now occupied by J. S. Watson
[reptiles are said to be numerous about Agent for Pianos and Organs; Florida Call when convenient. First door
(there-but he don't care. Suppose It & Co. Price $1,000.00. Very easy terms. County Court, llrtvnrd County, Flor- Brick and Lime; New Process Gasoline CAL & MECHANICAL DENTISTRY south of ADVOCATM office
BOBBINS & GRAHAM. ida. Commonxii0, 1891.
should rain-he don't care. Suppose he Stove that cannot explode. TrrusvuXE, FLORIDA.pR. .
GHOLSTlf, HAAS& OirraxAS 1 Assumpsltv
Will at all times handle "
dlncrlption
I should be taken sick-he don't lie damage every DIXON
care. # GRAY
and Hand
of New Second Furniture
F.O. HUtKABAT. ) ':20O.DO. D. L. WILLS
[has suffered too much already to care LaGrange.We To F. O.lIUt'KABAY. Defendant. In fact will !get anything to supply the e Dealer In ,
i
for any of the ordinary evils of life; and ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED That a writ wants of the POOIle.Tradellnlen'l PHYSICIAN & SURGEON .

then he repeats from an old Greek poet: YOU attachment ha been Issued against Soiled Stocks Disposed of. A graduate of the University of,Pennsylvania Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet!
to Mr. and Mrs. and attached to the Will sell on Commission by private treatyor
were pleased see vou your property satisfy Articles Fine
"For Priam's queen and daughters'attheir demand of Haa and Huthman, plaintiff Public Auction, anything you wantto and an experience of twenty Soaps, Stationery, .
birth Geiger, of Titusville, out to evening herein Ubol.tInl to SIM.S7. turn Into years In practice, offers his services to ;

I The. Fates"weaved tears Into their web service, not long since; also Miss May. of Now our said unless Court you at shall the appear court house before In the Tltusvlfle Judge Cash advanced money.on Goods for abso the cltlxons of Titusville and l vicinity, JEWELRY SPECTACLES:, ABEWlNOMACimifcS.V'' .

of life. Miss Janie Johnson spent several days in said county of Brevard, on or before the bib lute sale. or KICK; OVEn J. w. ROOKIUI co. '
And then addressing the feminine day of April,A. D. 1801 the same being rule day,
In Titusville, the guest of Miss May and plead or demur to the declaration of the Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machines and1Machinery
[trinity be says i "Yes, and three thousand plaintiff filed Judgment will be rendered 0 oS ", CIt" LA HUE P ELY \ ,'
I Curtiss. She reported a very pleasanttime. against you by default, and your property sold 1 3' Repaired. Watches, Clock
years afterwards, when I was born, to eatlary the debt. JUSTICE:: OF TIlE PEACE HTU DIST and Jewelry a Specialty,
I had tears without number left." WITNESS the Honorable Minor 8. Jones, School Books I' "'
you, There will be a sociable Monday evenIng Judge of said Court,a* well a* A. A.. Stewart, fend Notary Public for the B ,ate at tares. and School Supplies
Now something suggestive of voices clerk of said. Court,and the seal of said Court, Contractor andAnllderofover. 80,.....' experience Subscriptions taken at publisher's prices
the 30th Inst. at Mr. J. N. Feaster's at the court house In Titusville, thl 3rd day of .
I Natural Finish s Specialty, for Newspapers, Books, Magazines etc.
,
to be from ancient
seems coming an o'ient
March, A. D. 1801. A.A.BTEWABT, Clerk.
The friends of the family are cordially t MELBOURNE:, FLA.
$ Prescriptions
[ sepulchral mound not far away. lie JAMES T. SANDERS: carefully compounded at. r. '
invited to attend. rialntUT. Attorney. 44t = any time, day or night '3Drugs :
listens. Not like a frightened spiritualist 9
4 .
Most refreshing rain have induced i "V"1.111.aXD." X tOh '
and nearly all of earth's inhabitants Notice.Tn "
are spiritualists, from Brooklyn'spulpits nature to put on her loveliest spring Q a tt 8,1 Drayman.Hauling : f -
the Circuit Court for the 7th Judicial done at reasonable t .
rates. At
garments and she fairly revels In her '
to Dahomy's huts. He listens Circuit of Florida in and for Vrerard 1 tends all departing, and meets all arriv Patent Medicines / .
j like a materialist. An echo once started, splendor. county A. D. 1891. In Chancery. o1 ing trains. '
8.h8g.
I might It not reverberate forever Re- Master Tres. Wilson, of Titusville, CHAILE A. Burn) ; Orden left with O. D. Rumph or at '

' mote antiquity must some day, somehow returned home Friday, after'lpending SMITH.v*. J) Bill for Divorce.LAPB.A 'H,1 : i ;2O ADVOCATE office will receive prompt Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Article* .
..i:! attention.
I give up its secrets. As he can several days at his grandfather's, Mr. It appears by the blU of com o

make nothing out of the sounds his J. N. Feaster. WHEREAS filed In the above entitled a t tg = L( A. FroBohcr, Kept constantly on band at .
cause, worn to by complainant; and that the '
mind turns to other things, and talking We were pleased to lee Capt and Mrs. aid defendant; Laura Smith reilde without 2ssA TITUSVILLE, FLA., J" B. Sdreven's

| to himself, he says: "Napoleon well I Lund, of Jacksonville, (but stopping a age the of State twenty of Florida- n. yean,and, and that that she the U over place the of Keeps a full supply of Metalllo and

said at St. Herena: 'Destiny Is unchangeable while at Titusville now), out Sunday the residence of defendant I. unknown,and that + u .. Wooden DRUG STORE. '
said. bill 1* filed for the purpose of procuring a i ;
; .one must obey one's stars. afternoon at Sunday school. Come decree of divorce between the complainant and comas Cane and Casket \

I And this agrees substantially with the again. aid defendant.. defendant It ,Is. Laura, therefore Smith, ordered do, appear that and the Funerals attended If desired. All or. Also the latest Newspapers, rerfodc.!-') '*. '

I most marked of Calvin's doctrines. And aala bill at Florida'e office la EDEN der promptly executed, and at reason call, eto. :a, .
Many of Tttaaville't young gentlemen vale Brerurd county on or before the able rates. Embalming done. :3 <
then again, Hamlet u1l'There' :- availed themselves of the beautiful Sun- 8th day of June A. D. 1WI. or said. bill will be i "
that taken against said defeadaaE a*oonl...... FOR ." ', '
a divinity shapes our day afternoon and were seen passing in It U further ordered that the notice of thl X,. JT. TTACONTRACTOR =.L,

Rough ends hew them how we wilL" handsome turnouts, accompanied by order month be in published the EAST weekly COAST for ADVOCATE the space of a newspaper three PINEAPPLE & BUILDER "; ;,

And Horatio breaks In with some of the fair ladies of Titusville.Mr. FlOrId&published. in TUusvllle Br verb county, Wines! & Spirit;

."That. most certain." Johnson and family spent a very Ordered at Chamber, In DeLand, TI,., this Titusvillo, Fla.
26th day of February,A.D. IM1.
But long before Shakespeare's time pleasant evening at Mime, Wednesday, Jon D. BROOKE, Estimates furnished on application.
visiting Mr. Casper Mlms and family. Jade of the Circuit Court, 7th Judicial circuit PLANTATION. Correspondence and patronage solicited :Eoori
'
! there was Paul and the poets; and then of Florida.I Hmo
Their as they returned were ,
,
songs very
certify that the foregoing U s true copy of ,
| long before that-almost seven hundred much enjoyed by us. the order of publication made in this case. .

j years-an old Greek pagan wrote: Master Willie Norwood, of Titusville, Tltuntue,Yla., March A.2nd A.,BTEWAJW 1801 ,Clerk. 'I 33. :E1.1.ohard.: 3MC. $. 3uriuoll, OiaA.HS, ETC.OF /

"The mind of man Is such as Jove spent several days with his aunt, Mrs. D. L. GADLDEK, Eden Indian River Florida. ; ,
Ordains by his Immortal will Julia Coleman. The little boys of Titus Solicitor for complainant. 6mar3ia ? BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER, THE FINEST QUALITY ,..,, '

Who moulds it In his courts above vtlle deem It a rare treat to get to spend (JOTO. "

His heavenly purpose to fulfill. a few days in the country.Mrs. Notice. T. Wa STVrX'JL'JJL', Titusvillo Fla. t' .
\ ;
..
Yes,destiny unchangeable; one must Sarah Singleton has moved into IS HEREBY GIVEN of the forma Drayman Work contracted for on any part of Losley & Ronakor* ,

I obey one's star. Ohl under what an her handsome new house, and she cer- NOTICE of a corporation to be known a*the Indian River. 8duo.

I star I born." Then u the Ulnly to be congratulated. We hope Canaveral Land and Harbor Improvement Will attend to all kinds of Hauling, Families Supplied. .
unlucky waa ,,
all our citizens who moved to Titusville, ," with plan of business at TitusvtUe, promptly, cheaply and expeditlously. ..1 ,
I unhappy man gets up and throws more will soon return and do as she baa done. Florin The general nature of the business McAllister ,
tw transacted by the company will be the 1m- Will deliver baggage for ,
[wood uPon the fire, one o/ Young'sbeautiful Mrs. Jacob Feaster was made happyone provemsut of the harbor at the Bight of Canav. passengers 1L
I thoughts comes Into his mind day last week by receiving two era!. in Brevard county Florida; lie constructi arriving or departing on train or steam 1
maintenance and operation of a Flee at said. Contractor forW.N.HENDRY
and be repeats It over and over 'till he barrels of nice sweet potatoes and a pol.1be boytnf. Improvement and selling of boats.
large sack of peanuts from her bus- real eetate: the building of a resort ands a Can be found at the Railway Stationor
[falls
asleep. band's cousin Mr. Lynn Feaster, of commercial port at a site to be elected b) the at residence In South Titusville, Artesian Wells
en laid harbor and the general boaineas my
{"Tired nature' sweet restorer, balmy She they are nice and company ,
Mlcanopy. says _
of a town site company the true ue U. 8. Mall Carrier. 5
sleep- all enjoy them very much. and operation of a tram wal connecting said. site
Be, like the world, his ready visits pays with the Banana kiver. The amount of the Ban Gallie, Fla.
Our school will close Friday the 27th
|Where fortune smiles the wretched he capital stock authorised shall for the present, pu-Omo t
; lost, with a gathering, at the river, of be five thousand dollar, to be paid up in full.Tbe r
forsakes, Interested; and those of our friends company shall commence Its corporate ..- 'IF 1 ,
on his downy pinions files from ntnos a.east a* IU arttetoe of asMclatioa sad r.-
will be wel--
who feel so inclined most by-Uws arc Sled with the Clerk at Court of Bre :
grief come. Come, and bring your baskets, ward county and with the Secretary of State, jj
To
| rest on lids unsullied with a tear. and enjoy a day on the river. They will and continue for the term of a will yean. 4 r
.
"When he awakes In the morning he above The baal_of the company b. coadan.ad Dealer In
meet at Rocky Point, Just Pace'lold bye president, secretary and treasurer,and a
pays to himself: "I never want to bear a store. board of not Ics* than three director, the .....
her to be Axed each year by the stockholders. General Merchandise
I human voice again." Then, after a The officers shall be elected by the director,who

{pause, he adds, "except little Nell's .and I Notice. ili..the ll tbenuelvee annual meeting be elected to by be the held stockholdersat the lint g

brother Ed's. I shall never see .my Town Warrant Lost-Notice U hereby Tuesday at March of each year. The 1Uc.... t+ DRY GOODS, ,
THE ADVOCATE'Job
amount Indebudnes to which the corporation tl' 4I 1
(little girl again hut that is far better I given that I have lost warrant No. 201 can at any time subject Itself shall not ea.xoeed NOTIONS,

[than having her hear me assailed with for $100, issued by the town of Titus .ninety per cent of iu capital stock; "*
ill.I
paid
STATIONERY t
[vile epithets every day" vIDe, In my favor; and that payment on I Dnosrr. 'WILBVB W. Tarns, 0r Printing Department;
Sn sv
So unlikely u it was, la that far off the same baa been stopped; and that I : Oia.M.BOKMU.WALTKB Choice Groceries

[and out of the way place, he did hear have applied for the issuance of a dupli i WtUJAJt BGaA A. Woo>AX wA,.., 1 Is Ready to do Your Wort1J

[very many human voices; voices of those cats Robert Hardee.. 6'3t I"tC" lscoeptRatvrs.i -, amis, FLAB 6t1MD r


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nrcr orange and vegetables to that *ection >. unknown; at Athens, gross-Indignity GIABfflEFS.InterestingParagraPhs r the unnecessary tabor contemplated lathe

[FLORIDA'SBUDGET a* well as pine and cyprEss timber, OVER ALABAMA; us was offered to the gorernor of Alabama; I first provision made some week ago.

are among the plan the- syndicate expect and whereas, Athens being the ,ounty I Apropos of this, the .emta. war.aDd

to carry out. geatLthe impression my gain credence, from all the Chicamauga park
Pointed One of the largest civil Various Things That that such meeting Mr. who has been' the. main
[ Of Newsy Notes and suit ever commenced tare Hap- unlesS contradicted, Clement
Over the State. the appropriation will
in that circuit was heard at Lake reflected the sentiment of all the people getting
Paragraphs. few Ing Around Us. : visit the park. They go to Chattanoogft .
City a days ago. This I. a case of Limestone county{ wU
-- Against the Western Union Telegraph Therefore resolved, That we are grati* The John P. King Manufacturing Company and from the park

Ihe Tampa Phosphate company1 first company, damages $50,000, brought by The city of has fled to proclaim that no citizen of MooreTille *- of Augusta, hug made a direct Then the party will go to Atlanta and
Montgomery disposed the
I barge will soon be afloat. Frank Parson, a painter, who bad his arm of the bonds issued for paving I ; participated in that meeting, the shipment of cotton gcods to Manchester, Secretary Proctor will Both inspect McPherson -
purposes General Fullerton
i I The Mexican Coal and Steamship company broken at Olustee some time ago. lie : and the 'Work of putting down Belgian, action of which wo disapprove; and on England. bsrracks. -
of
composed of New York capitalists, telegraphed to Lake City for a physician, block on the principal street will be behalf of our town and community we Henry If. Stanley, the explorer of the and Qjnorsl Boynton will be, member

- I has about completed arrangements for which telegram was not delivered. lie begun at an early date. disclaim responsibilKy for the reproach Dark Continent, will lecture in Atlantaon the park ctI- pa'ty.

I the shipment of Alabama coal to points then wired big father to bring a doctor;; that unavoidably attaches to our county, April 2, under the auspices of the

_ _fin the{interior of Mexico, from Pcnsa- this met with the came fate, and in con organized Anniston the bal Iron, within[Belt Mercantile the past week, because of the inconsiderate action of a Young Men' Library association of that BUSINESS OUTLOOK.

| (!OI.. sequence of not having his arm set, he Com' I. few persons, who adopted an ungraceful -
claims that it pany, with a paid up capital of $100,000, method to their city.A
and
was permanently injured intemperate express In made Review
farmer Washington county & Weekly
The republican clubs of the country and a banking and loan company with I Dun Co.s o
will meet in a grand conclave at Cincinnati 'snd that other injuries resulted, damag an authorized capital of t300.000-of I disapproval of the act <>f our worthy 200 bales of cotton with ten plows last Trade. ,

pa, April :21 and 22. A rate of one log him to the extent of $50,000.! Tho which $100,000 is paid in. governor on a matter of minor concern. year, besides enough plantation suppliesto Dun & Co.' weekly review of trade
and one-third fare for the round trip has company was represented by J. E. Hart- Resolved, That we assure Governor last him until another crop is gathered.This *
been authorized from Jacksonville for tidue and J S. White, the plaintiff by The exporting of Alabama coat is the Jones of our high confidence in his judge is good fanning. says: Congress has adjourned, and the
B. II. Palmer. The defective great new business of the immediate for possibility of an extra legislative sessionno
him
and commend
pleadings being ment and ability, .
members of such clubs. The not affected
Georgia are
future. Mr. Aldrich and his negroes that
the Export Coal longer hangs over 8
case went over on demurrer in an eminent degree that virtue busine
The T. & G" railway has been survey with an order to amend. company have made a beginning at Pen possessing admirable in by the Oklahoma craze. They purchased the monetary basis be affected -
public men-
lug the route to Monte Vista from .the specially thousands of dollars worth of experiencefrom
tacola, and expect to ship 100,000 tons his convictions of by any law of its making earlierthan
terminus at Clrrmont. It is understood Regarding theappointmentof United before tho close of the year. the courage to follow the 'African" agentS recently, and December next; nor is there much
his
States senator to fill the right regardless pf the effect on personal
occasioned wiser
the Orange Belt railway contemplate vacancy they are somewhat now. that serious will
_ by the expiration of Senator Call's The ninth annual convention of the fortunes. prospect now any change
I putting a boat on Lakes Louis and MinJ The Alabama and Illinois rail- winter. Meanwhile the
Georgia
be made next
,
I School Workers ,
term, Governor Fleming has the follow Sunday of Alabama will Resolved, That the secretary is requested -
J nehsha with their road and
to connect
road has been from voted have been
be held surveyed Tallapoosato appropriations so large
at the Parker Memorial
church these
ing to say: "The senate, understand to transmit a copy of rer
f, Uonte Vista. it, sustained the claims) of Senator Pasco in Anniston, commencing Tuesday, April lutions to Governor Jones. a point on the Tennessee river in Alabama and liberal that the treasury surplus must

The approaching session of 'the chau. to his salary from the time of the 14, 1891, at 7:80 o'clock.p. m., and con- taking in Fort Payne on the route. be considerably reduced and the available

tauqua at Mt.. Dora is looked forward to of Senator Jones' term (March expiration 4 tinuing Wednesday and thursday, April The enterprise is being undertaken by tho supply of currency Increased within the

'with bright anticipations. The great excellence 1887)' thereby practically holding that, 15 and 10. .DELUGE OF RAIN people who are building. up the town ofaIlLpcosa. current year. One wholesome factor 1
of the is first I .
program recognized that prices of commodities are
moving
his term dated back to that The postoffice department discontinued
time. Such
,of all, and the certainty of avoiding cold being the case, it raises a doubt in the postoffico at Catherine because the The Southwest Georgia Teachers' Association up, rather, the average having more
weather this year is encouraging many.to my [ will hold its next meeting in than 1 cent during the week, and
per
mind as to the propriety of the governor people wouldn't have a negro postmas. WHICH HAS SWEPT OVER THE th
undertake the and
novel delightful experience Fort Valley on Saturday March 28tb of merchandise are.thus liable
,
anticipating the action of the legislature ter. It is now understood that the exports
of camping out in the comfortable by appointing a senator at this[ time. In governor has written to Postmaster General COUNTRY. next. Fully 100 teachers will be present; be restricted.
tents. also School Commissioner S. D. Brad- Reports of trade from all parts of the
the Wanamaker ,
absence of a session of congress, it letter requesting ."him
The director of the Atlanta and Florida doe not appear that the interests of tbo to reestablish the pontoffice.Tha Terrible State of Affairs in Va- 11'011Ill be on hand and deliver an address country show little change since last
railroad are anxious to sell, and are state will suffer for want of such which will not only be a benefit to week, though there Is, perhaps a little
- an Kansas City and Birmingham
Memphis
_ 'quoted as saying that they will do so if pointment.' Under all the circumstances ap Railroad to- rious Sections.A the teachers, but will interest and pleasethe has actvty. 'Ihe south continues to
,
the price is satisfactory. It likely that I think that it i* best to leave the question build a branch road company from near propose Tow nicy general public. feel in cotton. Trade is

-- the I. & N. will secure it, as negotiations of the senatorial succession to tbo to Coal Valley, the survey of which was Montgomery dispatch says The A great deal has been said and written moderately fair. The only speculative
are now being made. The Atlanta legislature without the influence about the trees of California but market that has declined during the weekis
of
the begun a few days ago. It is said that heaviest rainstorm for months prevailed large ,
and Florida road i* in first-rate running executive indorsement of the Works few tho cotton market, receipts showing an
any individual. the railroad company have recently purchased there Sunday. During the hours Perry Variety a days ago;
order, and i* at present doing a big cotton A Bl. Phoiphate Deal. large tracts of coal lands along from 8 to 9 o'clock in the morning two cut a yellow poplar that was four feet; in increase of 47,000 bales over'last yea

business.: The hard rock phosphate stock deal at the line of the proposed road. inches of rain felL! Tly? storm was accompanied diameter at the butt. It was eighty feet and Cport an increase of 12,000 bales.A .

There aro some prospects for an airline Ocala i I. closed. New York capitalists/ On petition of tho East Tennessee by a great deal of electricity.. to the first limb or knot. The first cut i put the price even witn any

from Jacksonville to Savannah. pay for the sumo $000,000 in four pay. Virginia and Georgia Railroad Lightning struck the house of Love :Morris of twelve feet weighed 4,800 pounds and recorded since 1851. But wheat has

.Capitalist are interested in it, and the ments,of $150,000. The first payment is Judge Bruce of the United States Company district in the southern poition of the city, took four mules to pull it. The tree risen over 1 cent, oats 1 J and corn nearly

prospect* for work commencing soon are to be made six months from date, but a 6 court, at, Birmingham appointed a- damaging it considerably, and severely, yielded 2,400 feet of lumber, which sold 2 cents, coffee I,shnVie.oil 21 It cents is difficult, butter to I,

bright. Thi line will bo an air-line, per cent. interest per annum is payable receiver for the Gadsdea Furnace Company but not seriously shocking six of the for 72. pork product a

and of course the very shortest betweenJacksonville monthly in advance. The first payment of Gadsden. T. II. Aldrich, president inmates. Salem, a town twelve miles An important change has been decided see why wheat should advance, wit

and Savannah. The state ha* been made t>y D. A. Miller, trustee of the Cababa Coal Company, was south of Opelika, was visited[ by a severe upon by the penitentiary authorities. Its western receipts largely exceeding
week last
of Florida cannot do less than welcome for for the corresponding
the
certificates. One stockholder about 11 o'clock yeartwith
gota cyclone Sunday. Twelveor
appointed receiver and instructed to keep effect will be teat the female convicts all well maintained
all the new roads that are built, for a check for $344, another for $800. fifteen cabins and the a visible supply
the furnace in operation. The amount negro negro over the state will be separated from the
large part of her. development is due to The talk of the town is hard rock stock. due the railroad is $10 O0. Methodist church were blown down. males and camped together in one place. and exports falling oil, and thus far this
company ,
.
railroads.. Bixty day could have end week, for instance, wheat eport are not
ago you bought it The rear of Mr. Crowder's residencewas This plan has been inaugurated already
Major W. 8. Greene, chief engineer of at $8 a snare. A week ago 150,000 share. The Alabama river, which had almost blown off. The large two-story residence by voluntary motion of some of the les hal last year's lor the same days; flour
fallen to its natural is .
the Georgia :Midland and Gulf, who were sold at $40 each I Some men have proportions, likely of :Mrs. Iloltzclaw was completely sees. In other places tho malo and female exports not one-half, corn exports only
to on another boom from the recentheavy
get
made the first surveys for the Alabama, devoted all day to figuring what they demolished. Mrs. Holtzolaw, the motherof convicts work at tho same but the one-ninth. .
,
rains. The farmers behind camp
Georgia and Florida railroad from would have made had they bought at $3 are greatly General J. T. Iloltzclaw, of Montgomery lessees of these have The treasury has put out the silver
willingly
in their work account of the almost'inccssant camps
-
Quincy, Florida, to Bs weather the
miles, over a ago Is quoted as say as the New York Phosphate company. rainy past remains and a large number of friends adopted at than it has taken in during tha
ing that nq organization of the road has Dr. Francis Wyatt, of Is ew York city, two months. They are ready and waiting and relatives were in the house at the once. post week, but the money market are
ha been retained for sunshine. The fruit crop has not The Pintach Gas Company is erecting well for I
effected ihe generally supplied
been though a charter was by dompany to time, but fortunately escaped injury. glimatobusiness
been killed, as the trees had not forth plants for the manufacture of its
make. careful 'examination ,put gas at needs though at
secured. No officers have b en elected, of the deposits The cyclone was from the northwest. A ,
and no work is being done, and the and outline the method of mining as luxuriantly as last year, and tho pros trestle on the East Alabama railroad was Savannah and Chattanooga. The former stringency is more active. Reports ri t

whole enterprise is at a standstill, for the nick and preparing it for the market. pects now are for a good yicle.. washed away, and the trains stopped run will bo completed by April 1st, and the collections grow less satisfactory, and yet
,
present at least. The Cenral Trust Company, No. 58 Wall It is believed that Governor Jones is ning. latter by May 1st. They are in every respect it is the prevailing impression that bus

Owing to the poor average quality of street, New Yoik, will act a* trustee of favorable to a brigade encampment of the A Charlotte, N., C., dispatch says: For similar to the one now in successful IncaS in al parts the country is on a
the bond. and official state troops during the coming spring the operation hero. When the Chattanoogaplant solid footing and will when good
the Florida fruit,. and its unusually large agents for the com past four weeks this section of the prosper
lie, and in yjew of the fact that Mediterranean [ pany. Starr J. Murpby, of Ntw York and in military circles the matter is being state has been visited by the largest rainfall is ready for operation. tho Nashville crops come. '

*, and California are better than city, is the company's attorney. lie has very generally discussed. There is no for a long while. The country roads Chattanooga and 8t. Louis road Faiures for the week number 233; for
been in Citrus doubt that Governor Jones, when he was will, in all probability, adopt tho plan, corresponding week last the
figurewas
usual, the orange trade doe not anticipate county for some time, examining are simply impassable, and the roadbeds year
any tharp improvement in price and passing on the title of the : simply colonel of the second regiment, of the different roads in the state are if not on its whole system, at least on 223. _

q'. tht spring although i I. probable prices property. This purchase includes 7,000 favored the plan of a brigade encampment in a bad condition, but are carefully that portion of it between Nashville and

'will range con.ld;rably higher than at acres of some of Citrus county's best hard i and it is presumed that as com- watched all along the lines. This state Atlanta. A Defaulting Postmaster.Three .

present. The Orange and Vegetable Auction rock phosphate, which 8,000 acres mill I mander-in-chief he will not be unfriendly of affairs has demoralized trade in a great Both the Columbus and Athens federal

company at Jack.onvllle'report a be added. Tho company will begin workat to the proposition.. If I this presumptionbe degree, as the farmers cannot get to town court bills passed the senate Tuesday weeks ago, 8. A.. post.

better feeling compared with last week, once and on an extensive scale. in two correct, such an encampment will take with their cotton. In the tobacco section just as they pasted tho house. Senator master at Walnut Eosley.,
locations neat the railroad. place, for it is believed that the troop tho rains Colquitt seized an between Jefferon
although the very large sizes in coarse, recent have done damageto opportunity county, .Ali., disappeared very mysteriously .
light 'started stock is till a drug. lmm\trU. I. FI.r..... themselves favor it and will ask the. governor that staple. That which was packed appropriation bills during the afternoon, leaving a family unprovided for.

D p.tche.lrom New York : The Major W. L. Glessner, immigration to order it. down in the warehouses or in the barns and without debate tha bills were passedin On Tuesday Postoffice Inspector Freer.

orange market continue firm on say all choice. agent of the Central railroad of Georgia, The DeBardeleben Coal and Iron Company is reported as moulding badly, and in a few minutes. The counties forming completed an examination of Endslej's i
arrived in Jacksonville a few days of Bessemer are preparing to develop some instances has become perfectly use the Columbus judicial district are Mus-
grade;.fancy Indian nvcrs, $..110' to $5|; ago I. books and accounts, and found a shortage
other bright FlOrida fruit. $3 to $a.30 with prospectors of Sandusky, Ohio. The the Frog mountain iron banks, located less. The 'streams throughout the state cogee, Heard Troup, Meriwether, Harris amounting to nearly $2,000 A reward \,

nuseta, $2,30 to $2.75; grape fruit, boxes,; niiijor left Cincinnati with ninetynineiltogethcr near Spring Garden, about five miles aro very much swollen, and. much more Talbot, Taylor, Marion, Chat tahoo- has been offered for the arrest of the

13 to $3; barrels. $4,50 to $3; stiawberrfcs but about forty left the party north of Piedmont. The company purchased of this Lkind of weather will do much cheo, Stewart, Schley, Webster, Quit- missing postmaster. .
23 to 28 cent The vegetable in Georgia and came down to see what the mountain last summer for harm. man, Clay, Randolph, Early, Miller and ,

;market i* easy) string bean $3 to $3.30 Florida looked like. This last excursion $100,000. For the past three ,weeks the The news from Nashville i II as follows Terrell. There will likely be two terms In

Florid pea, ,$1.50 to $3.50; Savannahs; is the result of Major Gleun r's cooperation expert of the company has been at Spring The heavy talus in this section did not Columbus-one commencing on the second ATLANTA MARKETS. .

$$ to $3.50; cabbage, $2.25 to $3.75, with the Lake Erie Fruit and Wine Garden making tests of the iron ore. lie cease until Sunday morning at daylight. Monday in January, the other commencing -

,tomatoes, $3.60 to $4 beets $1 ; Grower Association and the Erie County pronounce it lobe of the .very finest The river reached forty-six and three- the second Monday in June. CORRECTED WEEKLY.
$8 to $10 | $7 ;to eggplant $9 Agricultural Society. lie will take them quality, a* good a* there is in Alabama. tenths feet. This i. a nse of five feet and President Harrison signed the Colum -
; ,
lettuce Savannah, Florida asparagus and Charleston ; through some of the interesting points of The company have been considering the lix-tenths in twenty-four hours, a very bUSt Ga, court bill Wednesday, but vetoed rio.,, Grain ..c DIeml.Flonr .

$2.& to $4.50 barrel. Florida and land them safe and sound in erection of a furnace at Spring Garden to considerable one, considering that the the Athens bill. -Fint patent $850j second patent
per work this but have not decided river had encroached M 00 1 extra fa-cy $5 79 ; fincjr $:CO | ftmily
Ohio when their ore, they the lowlands News
Daniel. Clifton white convict journey completed. upon comes from New York that the $4 Corn-No. a 77o mixed TSe.
,hi*. from ,the a state about, made In conversation with a newspaper man, definitely about it. The deposit will, along its course. Finally the river sill Augusta and West Florida road will be OatNo 75 a mixed 8'J I whit 65o |i Kama nut .1
escape camos
month lIe chased a the major said that object lesson were however, soon be worked. reach fifty-one or fifty-two feet. This built after all, despite the financial come proof Har- large bales,
ago. ws with hound, the secret of successful Immigrationwork. Killed HI. Brclhtr. will run several hundred families from plications in which the has 95o i No. 1 $Imoty, Urge bales OOo ; choice

.but in vain, and disappeared io the "Bring them here; they shake A bloody tragedy is reported from Sul- their homes in the northeastern and been lately involved. The company New York bales timothy ball 85o ; No 1 timotby small
It seem that after incredible 90o i No. 2 iimotby, 60o.
hardships wamp. and suffering he made hill band with our people; each has his ligent, the particulars of which are as northwestern suburbs. A great many capitalists announce that every necessary Heal-Plain 78o I' bolted Imal be -

to his home at Arcadia from which way prejudice against the other removed. follows: The farm on which. Jack Webb' have been compelled to move. arrangement has been made, and that Large sack. $1 3; small sab 76. $1 SS. Cottonseed '

place he wrote a few They note what is going on in mining, was living, and which belonged to his From Memphis the report is that the nothing will be allowed to hinder the meal-Si per owl Stolm'fN-ll
'Powell chief of the day ago to Captain manufactures and agriculture, and go father, was cultivated last year by his rainfall in that city and section of the I progress of the construction forces. p owt OrL-Per 8:
Iris
intention of camp and, stating back home and become, each of them, an brother, Duma When the latter moved south 1* unprecedented. Nearly five I Colonel W. 0. Holliday, an engineer .
Word.returning praying for immigration agent of the south. In every off he put the corn for the rent of the inches of ram had fallen there during from Missouri, hat completed the line Groceries.CoffeefloastdArbncktes
leniency. sent him 25o 100 ft
,mod he journeyed was back all done to and come de, instance I have found them surprised at place in a crib, and left it there for his the past forty-eight hours. The entire from Louisville! to Augu-ta. In a few cases;LeTertBfc' 24o.. Omen. -Extra V choice

livered himself Since his the south's wonderful progress. It was father. In passing the place occasionally lower part of Canton, Miss., is under days active work will begin. Men and iiSXct choice 31; good 21}{;f*lr 2 common
Clifton has sold up. escape some trouble to get the first excursion he noticed that the corn was disappear water, and all the trains[ on the Illinois material are being gotten ready, and after 18@19< Hngr-Oraol aied 6e gr nu-

$8,000 cub .but some aid phosphate that land for I started. I fought for the tame low rates ing. A few mornings ago, on going to Central railroad are delayed. Fearsley that time operations; will be pushed for. extra 0 pwder ,;0& lof 1o\ white
and ( 6
mental torture too much anxiety that were given to the welt,.got them for to the place, he found his brother Jack river raised three feet in twelve hours,; ward. The Augusta and West Florida Oi team l'lto" prime%0 SyupNe
: were for him.
:the south, and now, instead of going to and his[ wife in the crib shelling corn. and all the trains are delayed at Jackson, will use their own track from Augusta to 30(335c. Mob 1@ 856J38imiUtion : -

At a meeting of the board of county them, the railroads come to me. The This led to a quarrel between the two Miss., no trains having arrived from the Gainesvile, G... From that point they 2@8. T.-: S5@Mo: green 40@

C commissioner of Citrus county a few first excursion I brought down some time men, whereupon Jack went in the House south since Saturday. The Mississippiat they will go over the Gainesville and I. 60o. @ ) CoY.213 Cinnamon

(lay* ago, pJUtyn; were filed asking for ago now has an orchard of one hundred and procured a gun,, and shot his Memphis is one and a half feet above Wadley tracks to Wadley, and at Tifton' linger 10@12o.lice 7 All!.pii< 10@1c Jaac
.an election on. permanent location of and thousand brother the the danger line, and is 18. %<@SY. pep-
seventy peach trees in through heart. The murderer still-rising. they connect with the Georgia Southern p-rt6o. SI togl.good
county cite[ and an election was ordered Georgia. The last party, from Dayton. accompanied by his wife, immediately The engine of the train which left Macon and Florida.As O'/c;common f@ ; imported Japan 6
to take place on' the 4th day of April. formed a company and bought eighteen decamed. He told some'neighbors Ga., Sunday night at 9:0 o'clock on ttHawle1 & f 1 GO: Virginia 71
This U the absorbing theme now. The hundred acre of fruit land, and will set what had happened, and said that the Georgia road for Augusta, plunged may be generally known, the Macon thod4 lljie:

candidate teem to be narrowed down to the acreage out in fruit tree, divide it Dumas was rushing at him with an open into a washout near James station, eighteen street railways belong: to George F. $4 lIXc 00; kin 9@1O half bbls

two Mannfield and Inverness., 'Rumor into lot of fifty acre and sell to peopleof knife when he shot him. Dumas was a miles from Macon. The engine Work, of Philadelphia who was found 75 ; *pal 61' *-Tallow.00 10, bn
;
are afloat to the effect that LeCanto will the north who want to come south. quiet, peaceable citizen, while his brother turned over and the engineer Charlie guilty by the courts of Pennsylvania, of 52 03 lb: :O.S ,). tnrpnlle I 1. U 2&50

enter the race azaln. If more than two has au unenviable reputation. Davenport!, of Macon, was mashed to rehypothecating. securities and will have Cadl"Pnfe.1 r be. ;

candidate are in the field, it i* quite improbable Tk. State Fair. deitn. .No one else was hurt and no cars to serve a term in the penitentiary. The ;200. S3 0 7:;
COMMERCE OF BRAZIL. affairs of the Macca groat (3 75. Boda Kegi, balk
that a election will be made. &ge-hleraldsays "The were wrecked.A street railway have I 0 pigs
: committee
Petitions were also filed -praying for an I. ,- appointed to raise the Greenville, Mia*., dispatch of Mon been in a tangled shape sometime, and ICIWa luejlbl"a6'. batter lbs StfaOc.&e

election to be ordered under the pro. Great Business Activity in the of the $10,000 fund for the state day, says: The river has reached the it is very certain that the only way they XXX ad erceUioc 78;;
visions of the local option law, but the New Republic. danger line and is still rising. Great can be untangled is by selling the road lemon cream 9c; XXX singer map Vc com-

matter was deferred to a subsequent Official return received at Washington fair, held a meeting the Trust companl' alarm is felt. Levees are being strengthened at receiver's sale. This may be done the hil Be. Candy-As-orted stick 8VJo; French

meeting, by the bureau of American republic from office The committee is composed but cannot stand the strain much first week in April. The Thomson- SaofaSOO 12o.: C&e goeu m
of the most citizen of Houston E'ectric! imt.llo
prominent has >0s
Seven cases are now under the Koch Brazil, indicate great commercial activity Birmingham, and the busiest. The longer. ___ ____ claim the road Company a large mon S3 00*7 ; W.oysters 1 .
only on and they will proceed '200a373 .
treatment Dr. In the 1On ; 1753 60.
F
by Freemont new the
Smith republic. During tat
at year action taken besides
declaration TRUSTED CIEBrT
Alicia! a general to make the foreclosure, unless a private Ballpotaah $3 20. St rel 4lump
hospital, Augustine. The first 1890 corporation were organized with a that every man' heart was In the sale of the property is made. Several t%>: nickel pkae 13 SO; celluloid $5

(five and one half week. under treatment) capital ggregating $843,084,720, the undertaking, was to divide the full committee Raises a Pile of Cash by Raising different parties local and foreign, have PII pbi mt p nIl$1 001 40; o 0
ha .
gained from JaG to 191 pound in month of extreme activity being September into keg $5 ij '
sub-committee each of mide bids for the Poe-k.4 5
but
Checks.A railways, no !
.
weight, There wa expectoration at the and October, the capitalization the which will agree- 5 OOjtf pel
canvas a particular line ment has been reached The
commeneemeot-tUUen 10 drachms daily latter month reaching $180,000,000. The of busineis. They will all to Pittsburg dispatch SAT*: A. 8. Hodg- son-Houston yet. Thom.
bought Pr.'tat.es.
go people the first
-wUcu ha gradually been reduced to Railway Companie-Generale of Brazil work with a wilt and no doubt i* son. for twenty-five year a trusted em- mortgage bonds to Clear rib ride*, boxed 6o
amounting _
three drachm The IeCOnd-.1th cav has made contratc in the United State enteitained that the whole sum will be ploye of Jutte & Co., coal operators on which there is (60,000 70 Sugar-cured hams J. In, to

tty in the right lung-hi* been treated for $4,000,000 worth of rolling stock, speedily subscribed. It has been decidedby raised a check on the Central bank on also held $70,000 interest due. b an average i California To; breakfast
three week and ha gained *ix pounds. and other railway tupplie The order the board of control that 50 cent Saturday, from $n to $.,200. The cash They The total issue a of claim bonds of lien of $63,000. lard-Pun leaf 8 1 leaf 7a7 Vo i
the refined 60.
per on whole
The third la three/ week has gained nine embrace among other thing*. 815 cat* only shall be payable on October 1 and was paid over without question, and line is 410000. This is about ,
pounds. The fourth and foity-five Baldwin locomotive. Hodgson took the first train of $200,000more -
in tea day hi The the balance as it be called for. Remember out the than the (..
road is .cry
may worth.
gained two and minister of work of city. lie raised check the P".e.
three-quarter pounds. public Brazil has that this Is not After the a day before Eggi Kali. Batter-Western
gift. 80
.
The fifth and sixth ban been under treatment drawn upon the treasury for $18,000 to of the fair have been met : from $23 to $!oIlOO and got the money, Tfc Chlcana>.a Park. 85o choice Tenneaate SSaSOot creamery cither gradee*
only one week the share of that in expense to but the firm discovered the An amendment of much importance to ISalSo. Lire .
and bare already pay republic the cost much a* wabe will be returned fraudulent poultry-llen 25a28o ; young
over to
madt pdn--one of one pound .the of the international railway survey. transaction before he had time to leave the residents on the land of the proposed chicken,large 20a25c I small 12Ho
Dre
; thee subscriber
rat and it i believed
other .. pro the Chicamauga park in Georgia, was inserted ;
remain a* at fir.t. nmm-RMwwH Hi wM city. Upon being confronted 'With pt-TkyI7at duu I. c
Improvement* in every case There ha been Nine New that at least 80 per cent, ff not all, I the evidence of his crime, ho confessed in the sundry civil bill and adopted toes SSc per buaUeL r p b ined. 8alOe

Mr. W. J fudges. will be refunded. The fund is more in and returned the money. On account of by congress Tuesday. The originalact in the comb Onion* $6 ;
bought all WIDtiV, ot Palatka, hat the nature of a guarantee that Birming his long service the matter wu notpressed. required the condemnation of this Cabbage 3a3o 1012. Alrneru 0 p bb
bd of the Diaaton land in Voluaia It l Uled on the highest authority ham U behind the enterprise to the ex and Saturd'YlDOrnlug be took property by process of the United States package $4 SOaTSaFrail cp 6 l

county also the prolOrtiOl of numer- that the nine circuit judge provided for tent of $10(000! and other expense will advantage of his employer' leniency and court at Atlanta and the marshal of tht -
ona
tt. within prIvate olIen. Tht.s laud lies. alt ol at the recent session of congress wiU not be paid., This' will give public confidence raised a second check.Tte court had notified the owners of the .*. Caf.cUa*.
Tie fifteen milo of New Smyrna. be appointed for several month yet the and pat the fair beyond the chance of 'property to appear In Atlanta. The Applet-Choice *560 JOO ptr b X
purchaser i on*- 3 505 00.
Preudeat Ortnges.-Pbrkla
acting a* 'foraW. being of the opinion that each failure. amendment
to the bill 2
however
dicate millionaire railroad men, and the of the new court can be organized at the C..a.... lb. Kfllfr B..lm*> spread of women's club through.DUt this aside and the attorney, general, sets hu all do Coocanute-Ac.rUn.nn.. P.appk$1*153-43 60.60a3 00
acquWUon of .h. U time fixed the third the country has led Mr Olive & Sel n U
property only the be Wednesday June The following resolutions were recently Thome ordered suspension of such 18. Eaiin tK ) %(
ginning of ft series of that by the aivociate justice of the Miller to prepare a practical guide which proceedings. $1 75 V boxes Co
made step will be supreme adopted by the! mayor a4 aldermen ofloorenille. The )sand will now simply be ; 1 Cn17a Ltg.
pQbUcud COOllIlllDlaled before next court, the regular circuit judge and the ) Limestone county and peaks U to contain direction for organizing a paid for in the boughtand horn citron ; p*
*"oa. The eiteiuloa of the Georgia district judge In each of the respective eloquently for fhenwlve*: stab, suggestion for proper maaige- without ordinary manner can Ual4e ; Braid ISo ; fllberu 1lJ.owa-
&Uthern and Florida road from circuits, regardle of the fact that neat and form causing any lJ1COll'VenJ nuts 18 PeulYi fancy hand.P .
to New Palatka theat" "Wherea, it i* a matter of pubHe notoriety a of constitution ready to the ck.d i
from the Smyrna, 10.* to briD- fa graia circuit judge may not then have. that at a meeting of certain: citkea for DM. The manual will be the only burdening property the owners district and > C 6
.1ht
wea* and been al
to take out IadWa of Limestoat whOM end of it* kind extant
name
coanty ( are.to ej a the court .of Atlanta with alii
llarket I.J.Xo.ki .

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FOR FJLBJI .A5D GARDE tumult behind him If he cannot see To Tell the Aft of Hone .'*> A :Bundle of Fact*. Let's reason together.
An English astronomer states that the "German
the cause, but If he faces It, and tees Tito" oldest historic! record of a solar eclipse Here's a firm, one of the :1.

.- BABBIT XATHrQBABK.Or TRIES. only thing he L accustomed to bee, he The agricultural editor,of The *- is in Hornet's Iliad (:vii.;807.) largest the country over, the
net A
There is.no necessity for compound lose fear. Men will ay, "I could gentleman Democrat say from: The Alabama other, day who we gave us apiece The organs of smell In tire turkey nil- world over; it has grown, step

tog any disagreeable mixture for preferring not drive my horse without blinder*." of information as to ascertaining the tore and carrion crow are so delicAte that by step, through the years to Syrup"J. :
the they can scent their food for a distance
young trees :from rabbits That may be true, but It proves noth- ege of a horse after it has passed of mile -and it sells patent
forty greatness
which gnaw the bark. To wrap the ing in favor of the blinder. Tho ninth year which was quite new to n*, ,
and will be, we are sure, to most of our The period of ". generation" has been medicines I I-ugh 1 I"Thatts
stems in any kind of waste paper for horse has been brought up wrongly.No reader It is this: After A horse is nine lengthened; it used to be thirty years and "_ C. Davis, Rector of St. James

two feet above the ground will beuffictent. argument ought to be requiredto yean old wrinkle comes In the yclldi was later increased to thirty-four; now, a enough I Episcopal Church, EuEaula, AlL

t Tarred paper la not neccs. show that the blinder torture and at the upper corner of the lower lid, and scientist says the average term of human Wait a little- My son has been badly afflicted:

.ary, nor is it desirable, for lu'dark that it i. an injury. If one 1* In every tear thereafter he has one well- life ha increased In the last fifty years with a fearful and thre.teningcougb a'for
any his from This firm the
news
defined wrinkle for each year of age thirty-four to forty-two years.In pays several months, and after trying ,.
color causes it to absorb heat in the doubt, let him put a blinder in frontof over nine. If, for instance. a horse bee the of the heavens In papers: good money (expen- several rescriptionsfrom physicians i

day and thus renders the bark liableto his own eyes, resting on the nose, three wrinkles, be is twelve; if four, course of preparation in tho Paris obser sive work this advertising I) which failed to relieve him, he bJ

be damaged by Revere frosts at and go about his regular work thus thirteen. Add the number of wrinkles story, it is calculated that 64,000,000 of been perfectly restored by the use oi y
to nine and you will always get at It. So stars will be represented. In tho nebulm to tell the people that they '
night-fNew York Times. hooded. In the street of all cities two bottles of Bo-
says the gentleman' and he is confident it of the Lyre, )[. Bailland took a photo have faith in what they sell ?
may be seen hundreds-thousands of will never fail. graph, 4 by 5J inches which revealed to An Episcopal sehee''pGerman: Syr t'I

WORKKQ wan DULL AXIS. torturing blinder Often It shuts .. the naked eye 4,800 stars. so much faith that if they can'tbenefit up. I can recom: t o

We think as the business of wood down upon the and to rest Fregre*. The sun gives 000,000 times as much or cure they don t want Rector. mend itwlthouthesitation., '
eye
appears It I Ie of net material Chronic
.017Import.nt in this
age .
'b chopping in has fallen into / light as the full moon; seven billion times Their :
places
guarantee
many It and of
others the
upon point money.
top that romodj..be pleasing to your like thisare
disuse progress as much as the brightest star in the sky, severe, deep-seated coughs:
less
attention is paid to keeping seems to be almost In the eye. lilt the till. and to the ere, easily taken accept and thirty-six million time a* much as is not indefinite and relative, as severe tests as a remedy can

tho axe sharp. Solomon long ago necessary to argue that this is wrong, able to the stomach and healthy la 1U nature all the stars in the heavens combined; in but definite and absolute if be subjected to. It is for these longstanding '

.aid, "If the axe be dull, thou must even cruel? It I* an extraordinaryfact and effect Possessing these qualities, Syrup size the sun equals 1,300,000 earth, but the medicine doesn't help, cases that Boschee's German ;

'I 1 be pui to more strength, but wisdom that men who are thoughtful of of Figs Is the one perfect laxative and meet I owing to its smaller .density its weight is "on toll." Syrup is made a, specialty
equals only 800,000 earths. your money
Is profitable to direct"! By this last the welfare of the horse-men who gentle diuretic known. \ I Many others afflicted as this lad

clause it is intimated that a wise man would quarrel, with and denounce If It wMn't for Its light nobody would ever MAVT eereene are broken flown from or**, Suppose every sick man was, will do well to make a 'note of ;
work konnehold Iron Bit.len
will not be find out that the sun ha spots on It. or _oarce. Brown's and every feeble woman tried this.
caught, 'using dull tools. others for beating a horse are rebuild the ,.tem. aids direction, removes -
appar- -
closes of bile, and cnree malaria. A.
Yet in every neighborhood there are ently blind to this beam In their own want xcrM building needing up should a tonic,take or Brown'i t'bDdftn Iron who splendid tonic for wo....and children.. these medicines and found J. F. Arnold, Montevideo, Minn., y

scores of woodsheds where the axe isalways eyes, and this blinder in their horse' Bitten. It 1* pleasant to and take Liver,cures UomplaloU Malaria,, Canned and potted meat and game Increase. them worthless, who 'would be writes: I always use German Syrup '

dull. If this is because cuttingand eyes. make IndlgestlonJUllousnes the Blood rich*and pure. In variety year by year. the loser, you or they ? for a Cold on the Lungs. I have ,

splitting the wood for the stove is -. A rood many people would say more If they II....'. TkUt The medicines are Doctor never found an equal to it-far less -
CARL didn't talk to mueli. W* oRerOn. Hundred Dollar reward for a superior a ; '
OF
left THE lAWN.
to the boy, do not wonder if as he any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Pierce's "Golden Medical Dis-
grows older he dislikes a business On many' well, kept lawns in both Biff Ia..ce...t fer Dreggtat taking lIall" Catarrh Cure. G. G. GREEN,Sole lila'cr! ,WoodburyN.J.
% F.J.CnaNay A to, Prop,Toledo O. for blood, diseases .
which he has been always obliged'to village and country you notice specimens The drunf t. throughout the country arc We, the nnderelgnrd, hare known F.! J. covery, ?".
maktngaepeolalt' of handling Itawk.'Cry.- Cheney for theist U year* and believe him and his Favorite Prescription
associate in his own experience with of both shrub and trees that taUI.... Lenses. They write that they make perfectly I honorable In all business traneaotton .m.DOCTORACKER'S
more money. In proportion, out of this line *.and financially able to carry out any ob- for woman's peculiar ills.
the hardest ways oft doing things. seem to havo passed their days of use- than anything.they carry In stock. These, llffatlon*made by their ftnn. ,
fulness fine glaiisee have been advertised extensively N Las 1BCAZ, Vtbole al* DrocglaU Toledo If toward health
they look starved. of
help
Many they ,
[Boston Cultivator.TO : for many years, and have received the endorsement O.WALDINO.
the limbs are dead, and not one ownerin and approval of thousand of the KIHUAH A WABTIW Wholesale cost $1.00 a bottle
beet cltifens the United StAt They are DruftgUl*,Toledo,O. they
GET RID OF GOPUERS. five realizes the true cause of this eagerly ought after b,' spectacle-wearer i 1 I hail catarrh Cur la taken Internally,act each I If they don't thy I
everywhere and It will pay drngglnU and gen Ing directly upon lbs blood and mucous cur.face. ENCLI8H
To get rid of gophers or squlrrch forlorn appearance which nine time eralmerchantate ant In astork of these good, *. I .of the.,.,om. I'eetlmunlal **nt free. cost nothing I ,
Fzolnslve sale Is given to one firm In Mob 1"n. I 1-rlc T&o.per bottle. Bold by ait druguUu.
take a five-gallon can, cut the top off, In ten is traced to a lack of fertility In The trade can be built up, and the entire.

pat In little cold.water and Insert a the soil. The; other ca'uses are disease spectacle monopolised business with of there a large good section FaelnryDe.can be HOW' TO GET WELL REMEDY

and lusect'enomle8.. Many' catur ft,and ealenroom.. Whitehall St.. At-
peopleseem
tick of ...
phosphorus. Hot (not boll laot* Gtu For terms and prices'I add. A.
to think that if the loam look K. llawfts. 18 Whitehall.. Atlanta.A .
ing) water Ie then in .., I .
gradually poured IerCoaghl.Coldl leC* *umplla. *.e, *
and Is stirred with stick until the thrifty.and luxuriant tho tree located Girl Werik Ha91... importance, qatitloa Id* ,ullll.t all nedera niMele*. .
a '. is of vital I It will la itlgM. It will ektet
After having Mr. Gra, experlena In the a question itop a Cough cat
can Is full. The water should be just therein should also do well; however, plating bnilnesa. 1 sent$3 to the Lake Eleo: a Cold In a..,. ft will pretenl Creos,rsllrrtAtthnia.
If those will foot of trie Oo_ Englewood: 111., tor a plater, and but it is equally important that and CURl Ceniamitlea II Uka. I*
person remove a you
hot
enough to melt the phosphorus I cleared lit In a week.: Isnt this pretty good Slime W THI LITTLC ONE HAVIWHOOPING '
the soil they will find that fertility for a girl} There.tableware. and jewelry to I. Fl
gradually. As soon as the phosphorusl plate at every homo; then, mentwilhinch use ,some harmless remedy; COUGHon aq,
under the trees doe not extend downward person be pooraroutotemplo
melted the water is briskly stirred, an opportunity at hand. A SuBMauaa.It people completely wreck their health : ''
while two pounds of sugar are added. but a few inches,I and that the many r CROUP

Corn-meal and flour, half and half, is roots are in comparatively poor soil Any person* Tea sending E"o..I'C".la'us their' name and ad- by taking. mercury and potash mixtures, T t161 If 1'IuI' tJT. ) ;,

then and the point is to place plant food In 'm will receive information that will lead 4. .. IT I CURI
added, sufficient to make a thick in a fortune. BenJ. Lewie, A Ox, Security for pimples and blotches, or some othd .
batter. Stirring is continued the reach of the tree. Building,Kanaa City. Mo. oJ .. JWH N: "' f'
while
trivial disease. S. S S. is purely .. -V..
wheat is put in until the batter Is quite This Is often done by removing the Lee Wa"Chlneee Headache Cure. Hermit "'\ .J, pM4 Ilo t 1
,sin effect quick and positive In action. '
.. .1
f lI.ul It.
stiff&; Fifteen to 20 drops of oil of sod from under the spreading branches r.nt prrpald on receipt of II per bottle vegetable containing no mercuryor Allie...ttl'.I'**** IIP9 lnv r-'e'abIIts
of the eltrACo.ja8Wyandotte:! sU.KansasClty.Mo Uislr I II",. ASK *QllVoinr. UQ.
tree and
fertilizer and
rhodium are put In at the same time as applying poison of kind. And is at the IT TASTE
working it In the coil above the roots "Ladle. any .....................coo...... .
the wheat. The water will be absorbedby tf troubled with any Female Complaint, same time an infallible cure for skin diseases. ',NEW
the grain and the marl will become of the tree Thl operation i II attended write me,. describing case. tome treatment. PROP. LOISETTE'8 '
small
Cure certain and quick at expense.
hard. Pieces the size of nut with considerable labor and dangerto Particular by mall _led. 100 page book on Treatise on Blood and Bkla diseases fire. MEMORY BOOKS.,
a hickory
Mr. Dr.Mary A. .. IUM
Female Disease ten cent OHIMms M w Mxxml Mmnorf rn mr
are chipped off as desired and pnt in the cod and injury to the tree, while Brannon, V Washington St..Atlanta.Oa. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta Ga. brat AnH t... F MM.ll TftblM! (Unriid of OoMMil ifrntt4*MTOBPENSIONS9 funm...il' 1

the main runs of the gophers. Tho a good, cheap, and very effective plan FITS Mopped free by DR. Kuwi1 ORal.'lOIRTI Lira.'p".y rasa_.c.... r.11ess 11111''
44
odor will attract the rodents from a Is to take a sharp pointed iron post bar :lf.-. Marvelous RBSTOKEH.. _No Treatise Flta. after and ant S3 trial iiA m CURE Biliousness,) ...... /IQITJI,lIlT",.. A.e.Mew T.....,

or even a common crowbar, and make I<.111* ". Dr. Kline.TO Arch 8t., PWla.e Pa. a
long distance and the least is : PENSIOrr
nibble Sick ,Headache *! ,
hole in the soil,In a circle about the Timber,Mineral, Farm Land and Ranches l4. I
.euro death. One piece is sufficient to In Missouri. Kanxaa, Texas and Arkansas,. i ',__.
destroy an entire Louis tree near where the extremity of the ought and sold. Tyler&Co.,Kan...City,".... This Picture,Panel ,malted for.Mat M a I a ria. eweMr.k.w.a.
family.-St.. '''1" vii ts-i-'a* N.A.a h .
roots are supposed to bo located. where J. F. SMITH tit CO. l ..h.--t
Republican. Oklahoma Guide Book: :and Map sentan t
These holes,should be from one and a enr.oetplofauote.1'rl.r&Co.. Kanaa*Oltf.Mo. Maker of "DU. Beau," BILE I BEANS '"'j.\.mmt=aw.-dg rapNvm.waa..,APo
I 255 4V 257 Greenwich St N. Y. CIl q,'*'
PROPER CARE OF KANCRE.: half to two and a half feet in depth, y ,Lii .sa 4wwYfi.aYaI.YNNl/Mra.

Heaps of manure ought not to have In which should be thrown broken PrepareFor j

I all virtue washed out before It is bone, ground bones or bone meal, or Have You a Cough?

wheeled I onto the ground; jet this toooften a turf compost, mixed with onesixthof

occurs. If there is no possibility its bulk of nnleached. hard wood Spring Have You Cold? r

of getting it out early, the least that ashes, or almost any of the good I r, a .

can be done is to throw all up togetherIn grade of economical fertilizer mixed By Building up .1 ,

one large heap making very solid with three times their bulk of good Your System 1., Or Consumption ?

either by wheeling or carting over it, fertile soil; or fine decomposed barn '
So to Prevent
or by trampling. In this state it will will result In as
yard manure give good Cherokee o'
\ keep well for several months. The every instance, always packing firmlyto That Tired Feeling '. .Taylor's Remedy

.bulk,can be considerably increased by prevent drying out during the heat Or Other Illness.
1 Sweet Gum and Mullein'W
the addition of common garden soil a ; of. summer. Now Take ) <

thick layer being laid ,under and This manner of fertilizing readily .

.' another oa top of tho'heap. Ammoniawill : practiced, and if the iron bar be Hood'sSarsaparilla -- ,ILL CURE YOU!

be absorbed by the latter, and pointed not the least Injury I* done to ,
juices drain down Into the former and ABOUT KHOAOIMINT ara05 w* derive to Ask Druggist or Merchant for It. Take efea.P
the root, and many valuable, and make an DDoaoo.mcnt. your nothing .,
w. .k..p a Urn aaortm.nt of this India.
all well mixed before it is used
being choice fruit ,and ornamental tree are OlUIabl.krtlcla*In clock,lUicr with or with.

J the gain will be considerable. In restored to vigor and ucf ulneis.. oat tb.correct prmioa thing sum.and*. \V.at price can furnish that will you luak.nir.m.nU Joel. IS O'S FO RBc
instances what I VNNN VNN.IVNV.IVV. a comparatively Inezp.nafv.luzury. *
many passes a< manure If the fertilizer be applied this full and routull u*. J. P. Ht.v.n.ARro. '
Is little better than of .. 47 Whitehall* Atlanta,U Bond for t Cough Medicine. Recommended by Phrilctan*.
a heap straw, the first of 'Le *
.. .
ipring by September you 'TEN pourmsIll' H Cure where aU else fall* I'looannt and agreeable to the
and if this cannot for a time be will find the whole mass thoroughly I taste. Children take it without objection. ByC druggbte.

placed in a cattle yard, stablo or pig surrounded and filled with fibrous WEEKS Every Farmer own RooferCHEAPER O N & U M P T I ONTfa

gery and converted into first-class rootlet*. Should tho tree be of a vigorous i TWO thai Shingles, Tin or Slate.

manure, some other steps must be growing species this plan of Reduce.TOOT INIUHAMCC,and..rt..u, '

taken with it. If all is well shaken feeding should be done every third ..- ; THINK OF IT I I.AI Fire Water and Wind Proof.STEELRDDFJNG % CHicHtiTH-i (MULISH, Kto Cnot V DIAMOND BRAND A tj

out and thrown into a large heap, being each the rtHUNROXMixliS ,
season, year placing plant .
freely watered at the same time, a Flesh bat Producer there can keno t>.. e '.M.e.Ifli.a.a.;. atnuilif.*Ta.ealyalW> flmaim4 ffmj* ayw.jwel.' nyur:.erie.. y '
food still further from the tree trunk. question that f CM >iM J >
CORRUGATED :M wUail..ttktaa. Take......kTa It will quickly commence decaying a American Rural Hume. It! { ,....arulI I. ....a.,. =..sew W I..yw..,Nar :".. .. .wa14 A,enh d.Rn..........
S i .... .,... .
second, turning and watering In the SCOTT'SEMULSION NTwr..W.Y. a. C.Ioce.r.aGNIM.O '
I .. ..Id .. au 1..1 rr.a !!_ _____ _,4fEl. .lD'iit._! __ .., .__'
course of about ten days being all the ARK AND QABDEX KOTE8. CAiuoiui. reIacdtf .

farther attention needed. In about a Don't expect all the good. qualitiesin BORE WELLS M um f n.s" Wts

month ought to be fit for digging in. one animal. MONEY I :
0.. Booing Ia ready formed for the D.Ildi.a..d Uer W.II Haealaee are Ike moelHBUABI. ?
If liquid manure be' substituted for can be a Il.d by .y .... Do sot buy .* .u..u..U".I1 W eItow y.ryogr
Don't forget to have salt where all ., k..II..1I1 ,- .,110 tool femur D..eelp.IIr T..lLYawawS.Nsa. wID pa ,efuur &lilt
water and the heap sorted over, the stock have easy access. to it. Of Pure Cod Lher 00 ind Hipophosphltes Catalog..aerl.I M. AY YNT. {VANTE I. Tloor.IIIII._ 'AIM. ..Aar.11..MM.to .......', 1,141 rtaW.IiIIJ"1.5 scMee' ..... wWw fewwesa4 Sir

value of the manure will be greatly/ increased. Of Lime and, Soda .:. at UoAM..UawlLOOU1S .. s oyt.brI a
Quite Scratches on Horse are a poor re without a rival Many have BASELINE & NYMJU catalogue 1"" ttrI.b.-r.
is
raw' manure noj _
commend for the who cares for I 16s..1... a pound a lay kr the ... IRRL1MAj
person TIFFIN. *
OHIO.
often dog IB, but for heavy land, especially It core .
i -
any that is quite rotten, is objectionable them. CONSUMPTION, ran A onE-DOLLAR BILL***** 'ye at.a .If....t: .-..te.wln..l.oos'r'are un4"buLlof-*
,. .. ,- r. linf'IfD':
w1 .u. ,treee< aJl a. le N 0 'Ua r.r&.
that only about half d,- At Irregularity in meal will soon II SCROFULA BIOMCHITlt COUOHI AND 0pb1.ti. all.| U*r'r.w' .rsw.s-i.e. .bo1tbt......, molt.es 110....,. _Iare.Mlat.1&. .... ArtidN.......u..n a. a,..WOOLLZYK.D..
cayed being the best that can be used beget indigestion In men, *o it will in COLDS. AND*.ALL VALATAXLK FORMS OF WAtTIHO Ji. MILK.DISEASES. I I fieWMaoaer..... M TINA IWy. .... mE4 M ..ror .+.. AOF.LV.M' .--,.- wmt.hau fl!
j<.sure yo.. pel Ungntulmt mtthm'*.r. 10../w.w....W d r.....messy Y. ranl 00., k.l 11.on, .... e alltt SlNN. ttoc4
Lime ought in no ,case to be mixed cow i wer p.u.-- I I eee dr..M.cM4 c.- . M.. linilP .TVDV. ...-......aUU0C *.*,--r OllI--W- .. ...,.wru a1._..rr E
ilL
O .krdrwllsC. . i
with owe.-[New- York World. A stylish roadster: or coach horse of --1 I Oar a Vall.d varies bap .-cod.- N M'.. laereacklUXM r---.III\--, b* All.. _trraat'a _"'a4,f0.W. J.H.LT1,a4Lilo,.
.Jye.u Oar ca..c re..n.b.....ngWW'.e.elad.Y. Celleee.447 Mate *., asa.le. a.t4 L, l(, p
style and color will. never go begging AnUrt Into" Nuetrtl* BALM Oao.Iwen.L1N d .aN.y.rll.y R. YS5 ? _- 1891


George A.BuND Stockwell BKIDLLJ.writes to the for( Don't a customer.let the lamb get chilled; but T 1LMIa.nth.rt.. .Oauua oar aM B*0.-Heel. ry l N re 1r5 erred, M)PM w.u.d.d 115.1..11 I.e.r.1 W Lips.-A.s.. ADVICE TO WOMAN (! : Il

-
Country Gentleman as follows exercise out of doors on sunshiny day CATARRH. ..Mr. 1.i.Yd WA M rasa to.... .
4s
w4M 11.
>
The blinder has come down to ns, II i good for them. BeetoneT caw a.asa......_ P>a e re.tll I/4 Cev.44 IMaie ., T.We for PAINFUL, PROFUSE, SCANTY, 8UfPRESSED
not because it is useful, but becauseour jr Co6d JM o4 M
If you are obliged to feed dusty hayto B ame. ago.at err.sgM. @Owo1CHAIR, or inilEOULAtt UKlfSTnUATIOF, you mutt Tae
forefathers copied it and handed JU.I, MUM,,M.Maine Ya1Y.T.BEECHAM'S. .
your horse, dampen it before 7, COIIsININO ARracu I IOIlMNITUR
it down.. A asked 4
man was "Why : '
placing it before them. (.
do yon have blinder on the bridle PILLS 1 rwiTAitstrlrn BRADFIELD'S;
Breeder all that the business
.
agree
Don't you think it would be better for >.OT JJWTl *LA.010OH *

the horse if they were removed?" of breeding better and with training each floe horses A WEAK STOMACH i ,f HIUAI fEMALE ;

I "Yes, I do;; but the horse looks beter- grow year. 25 Cents a BOLo I 1.YdY..e..M =-. ,

the harness more complete with| blind. If there I I. a good Hackney stallion ALL DRUCClaTS. .i.ktitmm h>V f M : FREE i REGULATORIienderson
i4lc7.ie.lWTu r.s.a.Id. .
..
In[ neighborhood, and have .. rna
era. TMi Jell the tory or a large your you a

part of it Aa in early times, the sound, active, "blocky" mare, it will .ro nr .cex.it* n.bpr.e.r sbauruau.. A1a.,Much 8, U85
to breed her to him. AGENTS Wfo\Thi: For three) year mj wife bu ben under the treatment of tie leading f f'
.< blinder give' placer for ornamentfor pay you physicians I Itar menstrual troubles without benefit
Y KNEES PictMtretther most of tU time ton-
am: letter device. the matter of batter l !:1 Creel; beet to her
oogr.lm or A* in country a/b.: w lk.a lra '_ .leads a fUmrd A..k.r..d.ta., bl4. After taking three bottles of .BBADFIELD'a'n:1U.LB:
As a precautionary device the blinder 10 ham, lard, aid other hog product: ,.aaf.wbn.Aw.rwloc.w.af1e..n"r Bienbu4rvaal.il.iMJIeeeiutwiaul ru1esds..UL..4 wri4.a aa4}- min w..w, REGULATOR,she can do her cooking milking and wublac. N. L. BRYAW.BOCI .
._........ r
.,a.. A t./'rv JO'.e& r. C/ eww es fig w
serve no purpose. It bat canted must be just u good a* any other, U Ul.QlI.Io&mudlU'I'oHIIMiIL" rW.y1.bTACOIIIt. T n"oiii" litto nn IIICI oniuu TIUJULZ nroumici DI ui rjim i'Sz'SEXDRADFIELD '

more accident than,It ba prevented the maker expect to find'a ready J ------ CARRIAGES scMt.ea* d REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA OA.

ilanv a borIC will ran from unity ...- .."....'h&a' :4f e,r..=. fil--'oot S>, 1- M'. U.UKf fie V J'J nree.q cab a< S.Cw, r. .... .. .. ........ ,



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I' 8 : \ : EAST COAST ADVOCATE,FRIDAY, MAR. 20, 1891. -





ROCKLEDGE, Mr. and Mrs.Indianola.Carter of PHtsbnrg, Pa., ; PI., .bJ'JOQ 8 i I-rI CLOTH

expression are visiting Mr. J. L pham.- = W
,It Is tile of tourists 57' d lrJ.
'
Some nice fish are being caughtoff t :
who Yisit the Indian River for the firs very ",. ;10I o

time, and upend a few dais at Rockledge, the wharf. I;' S" a>> M SHOES
tljat they have discovered "the most Mr. Such has been quite 111 for several e:. ) tIS"1S HATS ,
)
beautiful place in Florida." The natural days with the grip. c. avI
CD 0 JUST RECEIVED
attractions of Eden and Lake Worth Mr. Martin has gone to Newark, N I .

may rival those of Rockledge, but the J., where lie expects to remain duringthe (U0:) JIi1d : w

most enthusiastic advocates and ad- summer. "< 0"g rn- I : ;i1s AT t THE BAZAAR.:

mlrcrs, of those more southern and Mr. and Mrs. Christian, of Marion, 0.. .o ; g c. yr 2?
itropical resorts would scarcely attemptto who were the guests of Mr. Wallace, left : o N = j s : : C I

compare their embryonic attraction Sunday evening for Tampa. q:I ; So S .. .I"y (Q j 0 Sales
Every 1ondaI
IrIIt
advanced "1 to Special
with the more surrounding )(r. Fisher, of Marion, Ohio is here '" Joi
f :
that make: a few days Sojourn at Rock. C JIi1: .1J
improving his place and we are glad he r. .... \.. : It
and To i
ledge so delightful pleasant. contemplates building a fine house In = 5
a.CI. '
stand on the lawn In front of the Motel the fall O !:?: tI Z c:>> f !. S J. P. TURNER & (
Indian River or to saunter along the f! qe ino ; [
;
Mr. N. R. Johnson is hauling lumber I"r r+ : 4r
f rest-walk that skirts the river bank :
for his new house. It looks rather suspicions (\
northward, toward Cocoa, on a moon when a'young man begins to Improve 2 Ox r a>> 3.fLs 5' H E. L. :ee.. ..:C ,
light night, with the balmy breeze comIng ; g- :
In from the ocean, and across the his house; it Is a sure sign that: [ : m''M !!
the future looks bright to him. Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilia
water, and to listen to the rustling 01 I ; r rI
the palmettoes mingling with the splashof Mr. Storm of Cocoa, who Is.In the: sH : 'a 21 ,
habit of calls 'g p r ;1 8 call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
making Sunday evening
> the rippling water on the rocky front, i!. (\ rn
is like spending a night in fairy land; here, was surprised last week to find his c. dc g 8 Staple Ac Fancy Groceries Frui

and the soul that can view the scene, boat had been taken. He was obliged I x UIo And Food ProductsOf

and drink in its beauty, without a thrill to prolong his stay until 'Monday morn- !afro: JIi1: Mn Q ii All Kinds. Also My Stock of .

of delight, has little of the "love for the Ing and go on the steamer.. =: :y'U ::s! 5CD" 8 Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal\!
beautiful" in his nature, and must be !d t>Ien ,
= )
1 : its I
Ground Food and Wheat.
utterly deficient of the power of appreciating Eau Gallie.We .
I River exclusively In the above UuJ
nature's lovliness. I am the only house on Indian dealing
are delighted to state that Capt. Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and icy;
It Is no wonder that many of those and Mrs. Carey's little son John is re- your patronage. Very truly
who come to spend a short season on covering from his severe II!ncss. I:).'Ia. SRADY,

our beautiful river, become captivated, The different roads in the town are BREVARD COUNTY JAMES HOLMES- PresidentALBERT

and long to possess a home In this I being energetically' pushed forward, A. TAYLOR, Secretary.INDIAN GEORGE M. ROBBINS WALTER S. GRAHAM,
charming settlement; and it it not surprising which is Indeed a step in the right e Attorney-at-Lii,I
Attorney-at-Law.
that the prices they pay for a direction. STATE BANK RIVER
small parcel of land approach almost! )Ir. W. Wilson Is working in his grove '
which Is one of the finest In Eau Gallie. Robbins & Graham
fabulous figures. In the inter season
We are pleased to have him as a residentonce
when hotels and cottages are open, the more. COCOA, FLORIDA, REAL ESTATE
meets is of order
society one an unsurpassed -
Messrs. Smith brothers still
are busy 1880.CAPITAL .
in the United States. People of shipping beans. By the look of their Incorporated Real Estate Dealers.
wealth and culture from the great cities crop they bid fair to do well. They anticipate
have formed a habit of coming here and shipping about 300 crates. : EXCHANGE
Paid Up, 925,000. ,
the many chance acquaintances which On Saturday, the "White" had to enter Authorized, 100000. ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED.
have boon made ate renewed at each recurring the Eau Game river to deliver the

sel\llonl! until they have ripenedInto mails Hodgson at John Bros.' McAllister's wharf this time.wharf-not ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. ,COCOA, Indian River, FLAT Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company|

warm friendship, and when the
parting word Is said it Is always accompanied Capt. Carey took a fishing party over Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. Titusville Brevard Co. Florida.
to East Eau Gallia last week. A fine Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and ,
by the pledge of future meeting haul was made with Mr. JL O. Walton's DIRECTORS:
P. O. Box 250.
when the winter comes again. large fishing net, and all enjoyed .the Exchanged.
Favored Indeed the tourists who very fine fish. G. S. HARDER, PresidentJAMES We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Heal Estate and are Sole Agents
fare HOLMES Vice-President. large: list of carefully-selected Properties all parts of Brevard county.
have found their way to'this beautiful Last Saturday J. II. Tiffin Esq., chartered R. B. HOLMKS: Cashier B2P: reliably All inquiries answered.will Fire be Insurance promptlyand RELIABLE Information furnished as to character location and value of any 1 Pr
but fortunate those who the beautiful yacht Delphine, Capt. Indian
spot more are ALBERT A. TAYLOR, J. M. SANDERS, written in standard companies at lowest perty on River.
Jerome In command for Eau Gallie and
know It as their home and who have Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequal
J. F. WOOTEN. rates. .
Melbourne Beach. They left Rockledge and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending. Perch ,
planted their groves amid this fertile as early In the forenoon, arriving at Mr. who may favor us with their patronage.
:well as beautiful hammock. This locality and Mrs. J. O. Walton's residence about No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
more than any other, has made the 1 p. m., and kindly Invited them to a Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of let
lunch on board and a trip to the ocean
Priced Lands.
Indian River famous and The Co.
orange ; no Steamship
beach. A most delightful time was Clyde Write for Descriptive Catalogue.
groves can be found in the State which spent In spite of wind and waves. On

yield larger profits or with as great certainty board were, Mr. J. U. TIM Mrs. Por-
as' In the Rockledge hammock. cher and Mrs. Smith of Courtney Mrs
able! Professor and Miss Peck Mrs.
the town of Cocoa southward for
From EDWARD STILING
.
Mr. A.
q Clark D. Blodgett Mr. L. Allen,
five miles the famous Rockledge ham Mr. and Mrs. Walton, etc. ,

mock Is one continuous settlement and

among the homes are some of the finest Sharpes.Hon. I Cocoa, Indian River, Florida,

in the State. T. V. Moore returned to the Indian Dealer in

Uardee The pioneer, Is a beautiful grove, owned picture by to Senator look ,Rived on! Tuesday evening. Paints Hardware Stoves Tinware & Agate are]

upon In the winter season when loaded Miss Julia Roberts, of Cocoa, spent ,

with its golden fruit, and Is a soured of Sunday at Sharpes, as the guest of Mrs. PLUMBERS' &; MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS &; PUTTY TABLE

wealth to its proprietor. The crop for Albert Faber. &; POCKET CUTLERY BARBED WIRE WIRE NETTING

this season, realized $15,000, or 11,000 Mr. Geo.'B. Hall was absent last week &; WIRE CLOTH

per acre for that part which Is In bearing. I with Mr. Ilardee on a four days' cruise New York, Charleston and Florida Lines.The .

The groves of Messrs. Woolen Williams to the Narrows.Mr. .
I
Paxton, Goodyear, Olngrass, Magruderand ,. Boston of Thomasvllle Ga., has magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed (J)e

Garvey, are all worthy of special been staying at Capt. Sharpe's with a to sail as follows :
mention and would not go begging for view of buying land In the neighborhood.Mr. .
(STANDARD TIMK.) O
ft purchaser If offered for sale. J. W. Ballantine seized with a from New York. From Jarknomrllle.
The Hotel Indian River, which is located (tier:29,E.K.) STEAMER Florid 0Ili
desire for a new style -of fishing. He
in this ,beautiful settlement, Is Monday, J\lar. 3d, at 3 r. 1I..IROQUOJS..Bu..day. Mar. 8th, at 800 p. tC
covered himself with glory on Tuesday Wednesday Mar. 4th,at S P. ....."ALGONQUIN. Mar. 10th at ..00 A. M."CHKROKEK1 .
admitted by all who have given it a test afternoon by catching two fine trout Friday, Mar. ttth at S P. ..... .I..Thuradsy, Mar. 12th: at 800A.M. : -s'L C
....... ,
3 Mar. 15th
Monday Mar. 9th at r 1I..YKMASSE't. .Sunday at 8.00 A. M. .
to be one of the best kept houses in the below City Point-the only successful Wednesday, Mar.11th at S P. M."SBMINOLE .......Tuenday, Mar. 17th, at 10.00 A. .. t
State. This property, and the orange Friday J\lar.13th,at S r. .......". IROyUOlS1! .........Thursday Mar. 19th, at 12.00 noon. _
sherman in the party. Monday Mar.16th at 3 P. ..... "ALOONlJinN....Sunda/ Mar. ZM: at Leo P. M. .
grove attached has recently been Bold to Wednesday Mar.18th,at S P. .CUEROlOE.Tueaday., Mar. :24th at _00 I.. -
Rev. Jas. Bolton's many friends in Friday Mar. iwth,at S r, .[....."YKMA8HEKThursday, Mar. 20th at B.OO A. M. DDOCXTtS :
the S \S33T: :: UX-HXTDS: Bn.Jp:
M.
Mr F. of
Dwyer, one Dwyer Monday, Mar. 23d at 3 P. .....".SEMISOLE.Bunday. Mar. 2Uth at 6,00A.M. ,
brothers the famous turfmen of national this vicinity and on Indian River generally Wednesday Mar.Siftth at S r .... "IROyUOIs'' ........Tuesday.. Mar. 81st, at 8JO A. M. Lime & Cement Shingles & Lath.
will hear with pleasure that, In a Friday Mar.27th at S r. M. "AWNQhN" Thursday Apr. 2d. at 10,30 A. .. ,
reputation and will be enlarged for recent letter to Mrs. Sharpe, declares Monday. Mar.30th,at 3 P. M."CHEROKEE..Sunday. Apr. 6th, at 130 A. M. Guns Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods Gail
next season's business. New. Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges Gasoline Stoves Coffins and Caskets;,
Among the : other Improvements that kind and hospitable as are his new ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
contemplated many in this neighborhood dur- parishioners at White Springs he greatly St. Johns River Line. Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
misses the Indian River and friends Chimney Pipe; Flags A Bunting;
jng the coming summer we learn thata thereon. Table and rocket Cutlery Mouldings Scroll Work etc., etc.

new hotel wilt be built In the northern For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Corresponde
part of the settlement Mr. A. Wheeler The palatial steamer Georgians treats the St. JohnsRiver. solicited and estimates.furnished promptly. (

will erect several cottages on Boston UI unfortunate residents of Sharpes and I T .. _._
avenue, as an investment, and they will City Point with small favor. When not The elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamer
be for next carrying the mall she complacently "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE "
ready occupancy by season ,
)i&r. 8. S. White will construct a fine I teams by on the other side of the river, Copt. W. A. SHAW, J. S. Watson i CoCommission

cottage on his lot on the south aide of passing by us and our freight and regarding "FREIJ'K DE EAR-Y ,

Barton avenue; while Mr. A. 8. Magru ; with scorn all vain attempts to Oapt. T. W. LUND, Jr., ,

der win provide himself with a home on call her In. Are.appointed All from Jaduonrtlle dally except Saturday at 8.30 p. m., and from Sanford, .
the adjoining lot. Mr. Wm. A. Merwin, I It is a frequent occurrence In history daily: except Sunday at..a.m.'

of Milford Conn., who has been a regular that great wan arise from very slight SOUTHBOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTHBOUND.
Bead Po... Bead Up. AND
winter resident at Rockledge for causes, -and the division in Captain Lean SJO P. M..................... .....JackaonTllta............................Arrlre 11.45 p. M.
several and is an extensive harpe's household last week Is a casein i.00 p. M.. .............................raUtka..... ........................Leare 1.00 p. M.
years property u 1JOA.M................................Aator .................... Leo P. ..
owner, has engaged Mr. L. D. point. For two whole days two ladles 1.t5.. U.......................?....St. Fraacls.......................... 12.45 p. M t FORWARDING1YIERCIIANTSIDealers
Hancock, the contractor and builder to the for the H 5.00 A. M............................Bereafocd............................ u 11.43 o.'
waged war against gentlemen M 1.00.. M...........................Bine Springs........................... a 11.00.. M'
erect a handsome residence on his elegant possession of one small pineapple while ArrlYea.00 A. M............................ Banford .... ...................... .> 1.00 A. .'
lot which fronts on the river south S.15A. u.............................Enterprise........................... sac A. M
of the Indian River Hotel and will the others looked on and, apparently, in Fertilizers
General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
occupy the same with Us family next favored both sides. The climax: was r. [.IRONMONOEBJ. Jr. Florida Paean eg r Agtnt.88 Wet Bay St..JackaonrOle,J'1a. ,
December. reached In a battle around the fountainIn .O. PELOT, Freight Xrent,on wharf foot Hopa Street,Jacboit..we.1'1a."OHM .
Who the Indian L. HOWARD Florid Freight Agent,foot Laura Street, --_ can say River country front of the house when superior J.A.LESLIE Superintendent,foot Laura Street JackaonTtlle,S'ls.
Is not on the eve of a season of unequalled to make THEo.O.KOKH.Traffla Hanager Howling Green,New York.
prosperity And the boom seems to umbers prevailed sufficiently MARSHALL H.CLVDK.....&.Tnfflo Manager t Sowllag Ureen,New York. Orange Boxes (Crates[ &:

fcave. Invaded There Rockledge will be more with building specialforce. Egyptian necessary Queen.are amicable division of the WM. P. CLYDE & CO., GenM Agents., paper.

under next than at H g.mt Wfcarre.rkOadelpala. B K.wUag Or en.New York.
previous way time. There summer are several parties any CEMENT PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA LU0

topping at the hotel at present who Land Worth Inspecting.We Agents for the C. F, T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.'
are anxious to acquire an orange grove C. J. HECTOR, GRAND YEW HOTEL
and winter home In the immediate are offering five and ten acre lots Win Famish C.n Wh.D aled.mad Ma that they: are properly LOA.DED.ICED.BUI
vicinity, but then are few, who possess of the very best hammock land with the Dealer la General ED, ud TRACED: to DeetUaUon.
property In that favored locality, who corners and boundaries plainly markedno TITUSVILLE We will all kind
of Fruits
to Buy Vegetables, Furs and Skins in fact
care dispose of their holdings. further cost for survey-one mile :MerohandiseMelbourne: : '
As Daniel Webster once said, la speaking from Mints' station, postoffice and we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us. .
of Massachusetts: "She needs no school, at 25 to 30 dollars per acre. The Fla. Indian River, Fla.L Correspondence solicited on any wants you may have..
encomium." W. can ssy the same of adjoining pine land' Is very high and
Rockledge. To tee her Is to become rolling and the neighborhood is exeptionally M. )MABBETTE, ho1>a. Respectfully J. S. WATSON CO
captivated by her beautiful surround healthy. The land we offers
ings. Our language can add nothing to unexcelled in the State either for the Hats, Shoes, ClotMngDry GoodsJust T. .... :Ii1ATON
the fair reputation attractions have culture of citrus fruits or vegetables. ,

coder what we have said II what we Rich, drained muck lands, for vegetables ArriTed. Splendid Goods. This U the most central Hotel in town
proper at this time when the or sugar cane, at $20.00 per acre; and OILS HARDWARE LEAD DISTILLER.
Ml of the Hotel Indian River and other high pine hills, for homes, at $10.00 per PAINTS and U only one mlnnta'a walk from the

,valuable properties In the vicinity have acre. Apply to: DRUGS GROCERIES, GRAINOf Railway Depot and dOle to Steamboat Sour Mash Whisky Distillery lynchbnrg Tennessee}
brought the place prominently before Indian River Loan and Investment Co. aU kinds; and In fact a full line of ,

tao eye of the public 6etL Bobbins Graham agents" tnl'JWD& Call and examine. U Landing 18 T. J, Eaton & Co., Agents, Tttusville Fla '0

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