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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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,OCAL NEWS. -Episcopal Church. Service at 730 -Mr. J. E. Marshall, of St. Louis, was General John I. Kates, of Phlladel-\ To-day Is Good FridayMrs. Rockledge.

this (Good Friday) evening In town Tuesday, phla'vlsitcd! Tltusvillo this neck -: Sal'ketbaa moved l Into the "
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I -Rev. Sidney Wilbur has been rather -Mr. R. L. Browntiold, of Calcutta, -Secure your seats early for the "Cel Halo cottage. The' prospect of a large ;
orange crop
and General Gomlp In connection indisposed this week. was in town this week. < ebrated Case," and avoid the rash.Mr. -The Indian Rlver Lumber Company
Indian nre not Itaterlnglnleu there {ism
Klver
llth and Lake Worth *relll "I very s ,
mi
<>*. during pant week. Brief mention of -The new store of J. W. Rogers Co. -Mrs. Decker is now snugly ensconced R. Percy AMen and (. ). H. arc doing a heavy business. They report late bloom m

I Interacting E..ntel Abont People You I. rapidly approaching completion. In her new abode, which shows up Warren, of New York, were In town their sales as constantly Increasing.P. Mr. H. P. Share and family Mr. : }
[Know, and People You Don't Know- ,
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Because corsets it well from the river as well as other Tuesday. J. Hall U putting the finishing
a woman wears and
|Plcked up by Our Society Editor. Rhikcsly family, Mr.( Benham and ,
cad it': : does not follow that she always stays at [>oints. -Woodward]\ the photographer, ex-: touches to his house, which Is located lathe wife, all left, Tuesday, for their north. '

__ Advertisements under this head- home -Easter Sunday U close at hand, so H ets'to. build a residence during the western portion of YO\1ngvllle-the ern homes In Now Haven, Conn. "

i ire ten cents per line per week; -The Swet'Ieywent up the river yesterday we hope you will purchase\ (accordingto coming summer. flourishing suburb north of town.I. The hotels are all full and will be, for :r '

I Ut'Ixnl t' ; with a load; of over two thousand l the old 1 and usual custom,) your wife -Wanted several hundred bearing D. Graham halll<'en busily engaged sumo time a* the grippe and other''OjJ- n" '

et the ADVOCATE' at Dr. Screven's. boxes-the largest of the season. a now bonnet. orange trees. Send price and particularsto for some time past at Masonic denies In the north are driving people > *

rY, e'I Cents per copy. -Money I Money I Money I I I to -Why not become a property owner Kobbins A Graham. 6't.f.Mr Hall], fixing and placing In position the south by the thousands. Lot thorn }

'"A Celebrated Cane" at Manonlc loan on real estate. Apply to Robbing and swell the list of sisters, cousins and ;! J. S. Watson who has: been on scenery' etc, to bo used In connectionwith como; they will find April tho boat

ft 'itl 1 next Thursday evening. Graham, Titusville, Fla. auuts? Elegant lots near )Ivan Lakeat a trip to Lake Worth, returned to town "A Celebrated Caso. month In tIle, year; and oven May 1*

tar, m The court-house and j\llls; now en- -\r. C. E. Dakin is erecting a neat $23.00: each. Robblns Graham. 6Mrs. yesterday' saying he had had a most enjoyable -:Mr. J. lluntlngton was In town pleasant In Florida. ,',

jised. by a fence.Postmaster cottage on his lot on De Soto street, opposite Camptiell Prned probably the time. n short time Monday. Ho has shippedall ] If there had been a fast steamer running

mearl. .- Scrlrogoour was taken the public school. prettiest of English literary women JJpT By subscribing $l.f: 0 per annum his oranges: from his Enterprise between Titusvlllo and Melbourne e

jlte nick last nightDivine Duckst! Ducks!! Wl\ntcll200 weeky she ix a clever hostess, and her home Is for' the AnvtoCATK, it w 111 only cost you grove, and is now at his place at Auran- this winter which could have made the

service at ] much frequented by clever people. Wert InrtwM tla. Ills father has returned home to run lu threo'tlOurl and a half them
;- Episcopal church at 13; cents each. Must be Tltusville 17.irrcCr '* /Vr I'ootngf ,

( Sunday, -morning and evening. hunter Apply] ADVOCATE! office. 8* -Don't forget the amateur. play] "A to any part of tho United States. lIa rUord. would ]have been A great many more

>-Sir. Peck has sold one of his horses -Mrs. Tyler and her youngest daughter Celebrated Case," at Masonic. Hall\ next Archdoacon; S. B. Cartlf'ntrr11I -The Electric Light company expectto people on tho river. There has been no r
Thursday evening. For the benefit of begin the distribution of their brilliant \ certainty when steamers would leave
[,Capt. Prltchard. Capt. Pa to buy the other. having spent a fortnight visiting the Episcopal church.Mr. on Easter Sunday-morning and product next week Messrs Gray RiH-kledgo; fn tho morning except: Mo*. l
and Ender are working like Trojans, day mornings, and then at seven o'clock '
and R. B. Woodall, of Atlanta, who evening.
:'Next Wednesday is "All Fools Day. relatives friends at New Smyrna.
has purchased several lots will build and burring mishaps the buzz of the n. m., and ha" been very unsatisfactory.1 .
a
he first of April noted for practical -Stop at the Tltlls'lIIeft'ftt Market
Services at St. Gabriel's church this ,
small cottage for a winter residence on dynamo will be heart! on April 1st. The \Idea of tourists getting up at six la
ad foolish joking. ([Good Friday) morning and evening. on Washington Avenue, when you come y
\' ''De Soto street, opposite the home of -Mr. W. R. Sander was In town a ,The morning to catch tho 12-IO' train ntTitusvlllo
will be "the I to; town. Fresh eggs; rhll'ktnlv<'jtetahlel ; -
k Judge Jones' wife returned from St.Luclo Evening sermon on Intermediate was rtilleuloua." There (* i'Mr.
has neverwas
Geo. W. Martin. short time Wednesday. Ho shipped
last Saturday, feeling,; much better State of the Dead, Qr Christ in \, beef, pork sausngtiM, Tennesco butter I such chance AS there I I. now for a
this
boxes of
'r fay In health. Her mother, also, has Paradise." Service at 7:30 p. m. Captain Prit hard contemplates] etc. E. J. Davis, ntannger. t.f. nearly COO oranges season. railroad to como to Rockledge and
ondown
He left Wednesday afternoon'.toamer
on
erecting a residence in the near futureon t
nslderablylmproved. r Miss Minnie Wanamaker, daughterof -We understand that the popular the river. Everybody I I. ta
St Lode for Fort Pierce, on his ready
his lot just north of the property recently way
t-We are informed that Capt. Harry the postmaster-general, Is to be presented Wilkinson Cottages, at Uockledge: has to Fort Drum.' subscribe for a railroad, and hope It will
occupied by S. II. Ray, at present
it' (haw, of the U. S. Life Saving Service, to the Queen at the third drawIng liven 'so crowded this winter that the come from Lake Jossup or Sanford!, then
the home of Dr. Wills.J. owners -Mr. Geo. F. Paddlson' has netted
h. siding at Ormorul, was married to Miss room, and her dress is now being have found absolutely necessary strike the St. Johns river, which would
P. Turner Is no longer a town to close them so that they take t'JOO! from cabbages grown thl seasonon
E. Andrews last Thursday afternoon. prepared In Paris.Mr. may give us water competition to Jacksonville .
his land In the Turnbull hammock
alderman and his countenance will wear much-needed t rest. ,
i -Mr.. P. E. Peck, who has been spend- and Mrs. Oco. L. Bradley, Mr. a north of Tltusville. Next season he \ thence to Now York.Cocoa..
a more cheerful aspect In future. Ho Iso ,
lug the, winter on Indian River, arrived I Geo. F. Miles, )[r.. Goo T. Spencer, and Postmaster Scriingeour has placed a hopes to considerably Increase his HM-M-BMBHMV.MMMVMHB*
be congratulated ilpon his profits
emancipation -
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Hn town yesterday from Rockledge, and Mr. Frederick Amory, who have been neat sign-board at tho comer of Washington on vegetables. .
from this unenviable
few at Canaveral Club position., avenue and Main street, which
[started this morning for New York. spending a days ,
-The injunction case of the I. R. S. will bed boon to visitors\ to Tltusville. Messrs. Snell and Bryan, of Tropic, '
returned to St. Augustine on Saturday.Mr. Mrs. W. N. of
Sharpe
f Major F. M. has City Point,
Ironmonger presented the E. C. will be were In town yesterday, on their way to
fr B. Co. versus T. Co. ar- No need now to ask where the postofflce
his wife with a $5,000 life insurance J. E. Twltchell, Miss Alice B. spent Friday\ COCOA.
Orlando for a pair of mules which they
r gued before the Supreme Court to-mor 11Frlenll Scrlmgeour Is ever on the
policy. Just what all men should do. Twltchcll, Mrs. Buckingham, and Mr. row. Geo. M. Bobbins Esq., who represents lookout, for Improving the appearance will bring overland to Eau Gifllle, at Miss Minnie Johnson I I. visiting bar
"No knows the the II. P. Shares, came on Monday's sinter Mrs. C. A. Wlllard\ at Point '
one day nor hour. up the defendant company left for of the pofltofflce; and oven their garden which place] we have no doubt, there City :

'-Metropolii.Lost. steamer from Rockledge, and left for Tallahassee yesterday.Tho Is a credit to Titusville.Thepweoncy will lie plenty for them to do. ])cuss\ Susie Gates, of Canonchot] R. L, '

.-A row boat; 10 feet long, 4 feet their respective homes In the north the -Miss Hattie Wilkinson and Miss arrived l'O'OIlad week to visit[ her.
people's] petition was strongly; had boxes of
] 1,500 or
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following morning.Messrs. .
wide, NUb a small centre-board; painted cousin Mlsn Brown.
in favor of granting all the riparian ]last The Theresa Chambers Klilonv, spent fow I
areE black outside and yellow Inside. A lllwr- .- J. M. Laflin, Zeke Ranker tinges on her up-trip Friday.
rights to the Railway Company But people certainly] seem Inclined to patron.Izo day with friend In New Smyrna the Mr. W. lllndlo spent) Sunday at City
al reward offered for the return of same Thou Washburn and others left here
did Intend the to 'all end of last week. They returned homo Point. There Is a great attraction'
E they Railway own the new line for all they are worth, .
to John Simonson, Titusville. 7'Mfr Monday on a hunting trip to Cabbage I
farad land and after its on the steamer Sweeney Monday, having that place for Billy. .
Slough, about eight miles the rail of utrrrt, water, and realize that the only hope they haveof
and Mrs. W, B. Peck started on road. Some they bagged; up a dual of use for railway purposes Is abandoned placing themselves beyond the powerof enjoyed their visit very much.J. Mr. Hoover, the jeweler] I located at
say ::
a trip to Lake Weir Wednesday. Mr. game, but the ADVOCATE doe not credit That Is the new proposition of Mr. Par the monopoly by fostering competition. N. Thompson Esq. who, own a ills Roberts' millinery store,..and U pro.

Peck and family will, probably, leave rot. Theservice of tho E. C. T. Co., valuable] liammock property near Minis pared l to do repairing.Miss .
the statement, for none of it was seen at
for their summer home at South Egrc- -Mr. H. Tumor, of Tunbriclge Wells been the and a bearing grove at Osteon, has decided 1
the Indian River Hotel. bait not as good ns shippers Button, who has been visiting her I
.t mont, Mass., about the 6th of April.] Easter falls on March 20th. In 1883 one of the beauty spots of England] who would have liked this season, nor as per. to secure a residence in Tltusville, sister Mrs R. N. Andrews, loft for iiec
They are expected home tomorrow.Mr. has land interests at Oak Hill and will either purchase a home or buya .
i some wasa Its officers to
Easter fell on March 25, and it will only fect as hoped provide. I home In New York last week. ,'
Mahlon; Gore, of the Orlando i guest of the Grand View on Monday.Mr. The policy of fierce discrimination adop- lot and build. He will make Titusville
once again this this century, namely in Messrs. Atkinson and Sanders, two -
Reporter and Walter S. Graham and C. Tumor has been traveler his winter home In future.
aided
a great ted by the monopoly by "the laws I IMr.
1894, fall on so early a date. In the prominent lawyer of Tltusville\ pet
II. Walton, of the EAST COAST ADVOCATE during his life-time, having visited most ha* Interfered with free and Mr. H. A. Thomas. of
delay" compe- I
three following centuries will only occur Monday In Cocoa, guest of the Peck
were in New Smyrna the end of of the civilized countries over the glolte. tition, but the present session I I. about Chicago, arrived here Wednesday on a
0t eight times on the same date, 1031, House. ,
last week, on a pleasure trip. He left, Tuesday for his winter residence over, ..n.11Is probable, before the orange short trip, and loft for Jacksonville next tr
2035 2058 20Q7 2103 2114 2125 and
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Mrs.[ Ruby Moore left on the steamer
-Altree will buy dry, black moss, and near Jackson ville'and\ expects to spendthe turn golden again, the courts- will day. Mr. Thomas I II the manager of the
sell 2108.Mr. summer In England. and the California Fruit Transportation Co., and Tuesday, for Juno, where she will assist
anything else you don't want. Will peak to some purpose, legislature
Gco. II. Reed of Boston who '
Editor Metcalf with his new paper, UM .
here to look after the Interest of
S you all you want in this life; pastry, months will make a law which the railroad camo
been here for
has
some manag- Warranty, Mortgage, Satisfaction and his firm. It was his first visit to this Tropical Sun. ;
evade In
food and physic. Do you want rifle, Canaveral Club will not be able to or Ignore, \
affairs of
shot gun, sword, boat, tent, riding saddle ing the W. E. ) of, accompanied Brow Quit-Claim Deeds, Leases, etc., for Sale which case,there U no doubt the people auction, and he appeared to be favorably The Messrs. Harvey, who have been
by Engineer 'sh. ADVOCATE office. with the River at the home of Mr. A.
bed at the their of the Impressed Indian visiting F. Lap- -
harrow will not experience
stove
plough, range, forget
left here for St.
,, fork ton, Mass., Augustineon Weddlng"Card.. few months, country-a.* also wa hi* wife. ham, at Merrltt, left for their home im '
room suits, waggon, fence 'Ire. their put
Tuesday, tn route for respective m We shall be pleased to' :1 -Mr. and Mr*. E. G. Cole, of Wlnflold, Ohio[ last week. "
.hovel- hoe, axe, one horse power engine, homes in the above state. The Club Is receive share of -Mr*. M. P. Robbins, Dr. and Mr*.
bath guitar banjo or crutches? .. a your and Johnle Miss Kate Kansas, who are on a pleasuse trip Mr*. L. R. Hover returned Monday
Graham
organ now closed for the season. zU Job Workenvelope., E; W. 8. son .
Florida arrived In town Wednesday
dencfI lie has them; and prices away down. 7* -Mrs. M. N. Martin and daughter>, of a {lotterheadsnote-heads,} Paddlson, Mr. C. II. Walton; etc.,-of TI. through from pleasant trip to New Smyrna ,tip E
e bill-heads, statements, fMr. evening, having come by way of the Sweeney. Mr Hover I I. engineer '
r I Mr of Cocoa ,
-Mr. John Henry, of Melbourne, Cuttlngsville, Vt., who are on a trip to p or anything else. tusvlUe; and Hover were the upper.rlyertopplng at New Smyrna that steamer.

.came up to town on Sunday with the re- various places in Florida, arrived in town ...--, among a pleasant party who visited Eldora etc. their to Titusville.

mains of the late Mr. Andrews, who Monday from New Smyrna, on their way New Smyrna on Saturday last, returningto Mr.,Cole,1 on* a cousin way of )lr. J. S. Mr. and Mr*. Cable and Mr. and air*.' ,r.'

died Friday last. The body wu forwarded to Rockledge. After spending a day or Will\ Gleason of Eau Gallle, Titusville Monday, on board the and Mr of this Clark, who have been topping at the -
Watson Tyler, place,
to his sister, at lldllboro', North so there, they started for Tampa, on was in town Tuesday.Mr. steamer Sweeney. Sunday, being a very and 1* a prominent druggist In Wlnfleld. Peck House, left for their northern

1, Carolina, where it was interred In the their way to visit the exhibition at and Mrs. ,V'. M. Brown and Mrs. fine day, the party visited\ various part They expect to visit Rockledge this homes last week.

same grave with his father and mother. Kingston, Jamaica, where we understand Jones left here, Tuesday, on a trip to of New Smyrna admiring the mighty afternoon. Mr*. Cole gave u* a pleasant. )fr. aud Mr*. Marcus Gould returned

Many of his friends regretted to hear of a number of Bostonians are going Lake Worth.Go oak (festooned with the picturesque can yesterday afternoon.Dr. Saturday from their visit to Orlandq,

his death. Both the late Mr. and Mrs. this winter. and see "A Celebrated Case" at moss), the beautiful walk underneaththe Dodaon ha gone 'to Klulmmee bringing with them their purchase

Andrews were old friends of the ADVO- -Mr. Geo. N. Fletcher and Miss Grace the Masonic Hall next Thursday night hundred of shade tree, and the to open a branch dental office at that fine horse and carriage.Mr. .

cATS, and we deplore their death. Fletcher, of Detroit, Mich., were guests The reserved seat are nearly all taken. many substantial canal, etc., made by point. He Inform u* that while his 8. A. Belcher, of TltuvlUe pre

Saturday morning last was an unfortunate of the Indian River Hotel on Tuesday -Col. G. W. Coles and wife, the lion. the energetto Turnbull, many year ago. service have been In fair demand, the paring to build a new store between tW r

4 day for the mail steamer S. V. and Wednesday. They are friends of Horace Kate., and Mr. J, B. Seybert and Grand old Ocean wa also vlalted, and population of Titusvllle, at present I* one occupied by Mr. S. Shear and the

l White owned by the Indian* Elver CoL and )( '.. D. L. Ganlden, and stopped wife of Philabelpbla, were In town yes and by the kindness of Capt. Stringfel- not sufficient: to give him an he can attend Bank. It will be occupied by Mr. E.C.
usual she startedon low the party were conducted over the Johnson a* a confectionery. '
Steamboat Co. As over In Titusville just to see them. terday.Mr. I i to In his line He will divide his
her journey, Saturday, la commandof They left for Rockledge Wednesday accompanied and Mr. Geo. W Morton were lighthouse, where he kindly] explained] time In future between THusville and Miss Addle Wood baa opened an'art

Capt. John Houston, and all went by Cot and Mrs. Gaulden. in town this week, putting the amateur the working of the light and cheerfuU1an.wered studio In a room over her father'*.tom,
In
the Increase
Klaslmmee until rapid and 1 to lesson ia tIng
.. prepared Rive pal -
Isliz ".* smooth as a marriage bell" until she Mr. Fletcher Is one of the wealthy and performer In "A Celebrated Case" the many question of the ladle population In this neighborhood I.I sufficient and drawing. Mia Wood I*an artist

got below Rockledge when a very heavy prominent citizens of Detroit, and hit through their facing.. *, all of whom bravely] climbed the to claim his entire time. of great talent, and will no doubt access

quail truck and capsized her and downto charming daughter U one of the popular Gums and Pistols. L. F. Rlsher, a hundred of step to examine the lamp, Florida game laws, such a* they many scholars. j,

the bottom she went, mail a* well. and much-admired young belle of the practical gun and locksmith, ha located leans, etc., and to view the surrounding are, says the Jacksonville StaitdarJ, Dr. Daniel and Mr. Edgerton. while

We have been 'b 'onued that no lives same city. him shop here in TUusvlDe, and i. prepared scenery. The return trip to Tltusvillewa are seldom, if ever, enfoned. What 1* out for a NIl 1, Wednesday morning, discovered .

were lost through the accident, although -Mr. Lewis P. Tibbal. of Eden, FU-, to make gun to order. AH re- made pleasant by sweet music needed I* to have official who will enforce drowned the by body the capsizing of a negro of the who White.was

a commercial traveler was badly continue enjoying himself at the Alcazar pairing i* done neatly and satisfactorily. from the baa Jo-Mis* Chamber,oXUora : the law; partisan mugwump, It wu floating in the river opposite

cut about the wrist while forcing his -the fruits of his fruit-raising at hi. Key fitting and locksmlthlng; sewing favoring the passenger with many If necessary, who wlU know nothing and Cocoa.

way through the cabin window. The delightful home on the Indian )I.1Yer."Bl11ah"la machine, etc., repaired; bard and soft, favorite piece, which were very much think nothing of the effect of their official During heavy squall, Saturday m.aa- )

only mall lost wu that for Coqulna the name of his pineapple soldering dorfe. *.6 appreciated. On the upriver we heard action: on the "party;f official who lag the mall steamer White cap*daat

about six letter*-and we learn that the grove. It contains twenty acres, and as -Mis* Florence Bryan, one of the many word of praise bectowed lIpoaCap& will put a stop to the killing of plume and sunk, between Bockledge: and Coqulna. -
in town Monday Buie and Purser C. H. Watson, of The Coquina mall wa* loC Ta' .* ,
majority of the ADVOCATE: subscribers much more land I. being prepared for belle of New Smyrna wa birds during nesting time, the catchingof Georgians wa* sent to her Mitittnr
managed to their In Eden U fast become- accompanied by Cha. J:. Hkkaon the Indian River Steamboat Co., and
get paper as good a the luclous plant Aah during the spawning. season and On Jow1.he wa raised and seat *.
Jo condition aa could be expected under ing a pineapple-growing district. What a promising young man from Kansas City Capt B. P. Paddies and Purser Geo. F. of deer when It U cruel and wicked pastime TitnivlUe for a few days' reel.t

the circumstances.-Since the above WMto Mr. Tlbbal doesn't know about pineapple About the tIm. March wind changeto PsddlAon of the East Coast Transportation of pot-hunter. Capt A. r. Ball wife and Mice. wj*

type Dr. Daniel and Mr. Edgerton, culture b not worth knowing.St. April showers Mr. Hlsksoa I* to Co., who endeavor to do their nt- have been wintering at the Peek Hnoim.
wed of New most charming mot to eke It pleasant for the many tape left last Thursday for their home biStew ,
of Cocoa, were out sailing on Wednesday Augustine cor. in TfinetUatoa.henapbtha one Smyrna' ?!tie HuekalMjr Jersey. Their many friend wW..is q

and discovered the body of a negro, launch Skoot, owned by Mr. young ladle, and the Jftvi make tourist traveling OB their respective Can be bought for ,1rA part cash; them bat will gladly welooma them #

floating In the river, who U supposed to, Tibbal; was brought up from Eden this bold to tell Urn, If he doesn't already boat. AH the party voted U a pleasant and the "Mackeaxi: cottage and lot at back next winter. Before leaving

have beea drowned when the Whit I week and U la charge of JCr. Robert know it, that ft* b la great good lack. trip, and r turn thank to Capt PaddlOB $1,700, half cash. Both... bargain. Ball sold his fine boat the ",R.

. went down. Hanson. -l>eLu4 Xnrs.r for mtay courteeiM re eJTe (, .Tom Hard**. 01 I ockledgea7: 51r ;


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GEORGIA BRIEFS: one.half of 1 per cent per annum of the outgrown Tampa's conception ...ot jit
dYOcai.i net of the investment FLORIDA'S' SOUTHERN BRIEFS
proceeds BUDGE
Bost Coast imxfcft, is proven by the fact that Tamp expected -
Press Day at the Georgia Chantattqna the convention'to be held in the parlors .
Interesting Paragraph from all will be the best of all' bo days! ihe of the Y. M.'C. A., which art .but a

FLORIDA. I Albany lifers and Atttertuer speaks of it Of Newsy Notes and Pointed little larger than the parlors bf many ho- DAILY OCCURRENCES IN THE

TTTCSVILLE, I Over'the State. : in the following glowing terms ''1& Paragraphs.The tels. Dtfote'U the first day'i trnine bad SUNNY SOUTHLAND
gg"" !* ,
1 'will prove a memorable occasion, on arrived the inadequacy of these rooms ,
Tht Indian office In Washington ,has The failure of the'Macon Construction I 'which notable men will hnnor'the Chau became apparent. A change was mode

decided to Introduce kindergarten trainIng Company startled Macon. She WAS not tauqna. The Georgia Press Associationwill Pullman parlor car service betweenSt. to the opera house, which would not hold Curtailed ,Into Interesting' and

..4 materials as a part of its school expecting the collapse. Her citizens I be represented by the briliiabt editorof Augustine and Fernandina has been the Crowd of teachers, without even considering Newsy' Paragraphs.
''have hundreds of thousands of dollars in I tho The Macon Newt, Mr. John T. discontinued. the Invited general public. .

vitam.In. the enterprise. The great! object now is BolfcuUlet, than whom there is no more The large saw and planing mill of After One session there as a trial, the -----

to save this from wreckage.The I graceful or pleasing speaker In that body Collins & Taylor, six miles south of Ft. gospel tent was voted' tho only place The Southern Plaid Manufacturers' association

the lash ten year*," savs the Gintlnnati of the has advertised of brainy moulders of public1 opinion.The White; was burned a few days ago. Loss that would contain the convention.The convened at Charlotte in called

OommerCia2 Gazette, "Georgia baa for secretary bids for the location treasury of the site Weekly Press Association will bi about 20000. meeting continued four days with meeting Wednesday morning.A .

doubled the value of its taxable for the public building for Columbus, ably represented by Mr. Edward T. The building of the Augusta and West three sessions daily. A marked featureof conscience contribution of $3 hai
nearly Triune1, o' The Orrcnr lw>ro Herald Florida railroad is assured. The trouble tho meeting was the number and been received at the United States treasury
Ga., the appropriation'for which :Mr.
property. Who says the South is not Journal, whose natural endowments of that has existed in the which and value of the in marked
Grimes induced the president to sign in the highest order have been company, luperlor excellence papers an envelope "Jit. Vernon
and
ahead None of the older Northern polished rise to doubt of its built. teachers. Florida "
read Ga.
going the dying hours of the last congress by a strengthened by a culture rarely encount gave ever being by women .
States can make as fine a Iho ing." clever display of tact. The. bids are to be ered. To these associations, Georgia! is & ended. has reason to be proud of her teachers in. The Italian residents of San Francisco

opened April 9th. greatly Indtbted for'' its present, The vegetable Crop in the vicinity: of Within, and ot 'a few particular. strongly denounce tho New Orleans tragedy

Mr. G. R Banks, who lives near perity, and Georgians will flock to pros see Sanford is looking remarkable well and the past six or eight years there and a call has been issued for a mass
educational
A'curious feature of the last two years, Carncsville, has quite a collection of an these great factors in her development" bids fair to be the largest let Oranges has been a great vigor imparted sections to of the- meeting. .

muses the Atlanta Constitution, was the tiquities. Among them are a powder and TIt. Faea.pta.at, are moving rapidly that point, work in many to the While Officer James E. Penn was at-

emigration of colored people from the shot gourd that have seen service in the It is claimed now, apropos of the dis- the price for the past few days being more state. This Influence is owing of the principally state superintendent tempting to arrest two negroes in a dance-
inspiring
Carolinas to Mississippi, Louisiana and revolutionary war, and a rifle that was a torsion about the military encampment, satisfactory.The from which influence has sprunga house, at Houston, T x., Monday night,
it Is estimated prize Run of James Jackson, who fought that the law passed at the ]last session of regular annual meeting of tho zealous workers who' are he was shot and instantly killed.
of
In the two class
Arkansas. years under Washington and lived In Banks the legislature-the law under which the stockholders of the South Florida Rail- national reputations.Of There will be a meeting of the Yellow

that not less than 100,000 colored county at the time of his death. Besides advisory board hag been acting--is void road Company was held at Sanford re- fast the makin counties represented at Tampa, Pine ;Lumber Associa'iun of Alabama,"

people were shifted from the, Piedmont these he has other curios dating and of no effect because of technical clntly. The proceedings have not been led tho in numbers. She Florida and .Miseiss ppi at the Exchangehotel
back to the first settlement of Georgia.The If the should made public, but is generally understoodthat Alachua van
region to the lower Mississippi valley. rrors. errors prove serious sent eighty delegates. Escambia followed in Montgomery, on March 26th.
of Savannah enough, in tho opinion of the attor no changes were made in the direc-
a young men proposeto as next. Duval had six:, teachersin The railway commissioners ended thiir
establish an "Information ney general, to invalidate the law then tory.
The Kansas City (Mo.) Star sends forth 1 attendance. Major Russsll was present meeting at Raleigh Tuesday, having
eligible young women who are willing to what the advisory beard has done s also The Florida railroad commission has and received welcome from selected an office in the ..log;cal building.
That is rather absurd void and of effect. Two received official notification from the in. hearty ge
this warning: a marry on $100 a month. They say that no errors are .
will
all. The warm affection which all the They again meet April 1st, ani
few to have been made. 1. There U ter- tate commission at Washington .
story, telegraphed from Indiana, that very clerks are making $100 a alleged commerce teachers of Florida feel for their state will then be sworn in.
month, and that those who do reach that no title to the resolution, to set forth the that it would meet the Florida
Kansas men are sending to that State for is a genuine tribute to his A the deathof
superintendent
Chicago dispatch reports
figure cannot afford to marry, unless subject matter thereof. 2. The resolution orange, strawberry, and truck growers in
wVel. Kansas is not lacking in fine, they can get girls of economical ideas. which has tho effect of an act, wasread Jacksonville, March 80, to hear complaints efficiency and wortb. The 'papers read Colonel J. Roddy Snead in that city
In
robust'apecimen.. of Intellectual woman The bureau is designed to reach that only one time in the house, whereas about excessive freight rates on will be published either entire or Tuesday. Colonel Snead was once the

clo-s. and it is predicted that .it will doa the constitution of tho state requires thr e inter-state shipments. synopsis in the Florida School Journal, u editor of the Savannah Republican, and
around. If Kansas
hood enough to a teachers and tbe
that all
receive -
go rushing public may is well known in Georgi
before
busitesj. etch branch of the
reading
: legis
The U/on
Time : 'There is
:
says every it
this
benefit. For
sends East for a wife the girls the full reason
man lature. Until from the attor Captain Charles Fowler of the
an opinion agent
,
One of the results of the failure of the indication that the 'Florida season will them in
may well beware of him, for depend uponIt Macon Construction company is the ney general is had, no further action in extend well into May this year. The is detail not oecessiry to report Jacksonville more Morgan steamship line in Galveston, is
at was
he has been weighed and found want. 'closing up of the Capital Bank of Macon. the matter will be taken. tourist' and health-seeking public is slowly named as the present.place of meeting next year. dead. He was widely known, and during

the at home. This institution had advanced largely on The Mcney Paid Hack. but surely finding out that April and the war occupied a prominent posi
ing by, girls the stock of the construction company, As Is well known, Governor Brown May are always delightful months in this Alliance Day at DeFnnlnk. tion in the confederate navy.

_, ,, and when the news of the collapse of tho some :years ago, after the death of his son, climate, while at the north both are Two thousand people attended the assembly Rev. J. A. Speight, associate editor of

A complete list of embezzlements lathe construction company got abroad, a run Charles McDonald Brown, made a donation likely to be cold, wet, raw, damp and at DeFuniak" on "Farmers' Alliance the Biblical reorder, of Raleigh has

1890 ia published by the Chica was made on the Cal|,ital Bank The of $30,000, which his son, if living, generally disagreeable." day. Among the distinguished purchased tho outfit and goodwill of the
year bank steadily paid to all depositors for I would have inherited, to tho State Tho Volutia County Record "Wo people, present were lIon. J. F. Dunn, Western North Carolina Baptist, of 'Asheville -
Tribune, filling two newspaper col The fund says. Senator Call President Rogers Dr. J. P.
go University at Athens. was ,
several hours, and fluhlly the directors believe that another summer will not and will in April renew its publica
umns. The most notable month for held a meeting and made an assingment named in honor of the deceased son, who and not bee the completion of the DePass, Capt. Joe Haddock, S. S. lIar.

events of this nature was November, the to Vlce-Prcsident W W. Collins, and was himself for a time a student there. puss extension of the A. & W. ailway across vey, of Pensacola and other politiciansand tion.The United States Rolling Stock Comany's
The interest which is political aspirants. President Rogers
misappropriations revealed then amount. practically closed doors annually, (3,000, the river at New Smyrna, over to Coronado plant in Anniston, Ala., is rapid.
the state for is loanedto addressed the assembly. Among other
paid by fifty years,
Green Howell Savannah is Beach. The of its force of workmen and
a accomplishment increasing
Ing to' $1,650,800. The total amountfor negro, young men of promise, who are unableto things, he said: "The alliance has almost ,
gradually turning His hands are such would be hailed with joy by the the management exptct to have a full
educate themselves with the of side-tracked some of the leading politicians
,the year is $8,622,950.; Pennsylvania perfectly white, his forehead and his pledge people, especially from Seville to Osteen complement of about 1,000 hands by June
.
honor and the legal their of the country, and he urged that
leads ia. the greatest amount of throat and neck likewise. Howcll told a obligation on a large number from Orange county, for the first.
that make the "we continue the good work thus inaugurated -
part as soon as they moneyto
funds, embezzled-$ ,326,837. ,New doctor recently that he had heen turning spare after their graduation they will Coronado Beach is the favorite place for until everybody is tired out, and Tho wholesale hat dealers and manu
white for and that the them to spend several months the
gradually during
years facturers of New have formed
York' comes second, with $1,929,270; pay back the amount to the universitywith this government is run by alliancemen or York a
black left his
only portion was face. He summer. combination to control the market in
4 per cent intcrestr This privilegeis by men who agree to legislate as it direct
Missouri is next, with $596,384, while said the change of color gave him no confined exclusively to young men of At a meeting of the Columba! county ,." Ills speech was well received and Florida "shcepa wool sponge." Six

Illinois ranks fourth, with a total of trouble or inconvenience, and he. seemed merit, who are neither able nor are their alliance at Lake City, several days ago, frequently applauded. :Mr. Dunn also firms in that city have practically controlled .

$406,938. The treaty abolishing tho rather pleased with the idea that he was parents able to educate them. One of tho following resolutions were unanimously talked to them for an hour. Among tho trade.
becoming a white man iu his old age. passed: Resolved, first, that it is entertaining remarks he Mrs. Tom Brad-
Dominion as a harbor of refuge for embezzles lie is old. tbe beneficiaries of this fund is Professor many Williams, living near
over sixty years Peacock who lives in Texas. A few the sentiment of this alliance, and it advises said: "The principles enunciated by theFarmers' yotte, Tenn., has given birth to five children -
and other defaulters was ratified The case of Mr. John W. Hawkins, of days ago he paid tho treasurer of the the members; of the legislature who Alliance, which, in short, I Understand in a year; twins at one time and

jtastMarch: yet the total of $8,565,956 Oglethorpe county, is a pecular one, and university the amount of his indebtedness, are members of our order, that they concur to be the overthrow of sectionalism triplets at another. The triplets arrived

for 1890 Is greater than in any one of the has excited the empathy of the citizens. with 4. per cent interest, and wrote a on all subjects of legislation; second a reduction of taxation to a government Monday, and are all girls, weighing six
UnitedStates
Home time ago little children that they vote for no man for
letter of thanks to Governor Brown for economically administered, state pounds each.
toiany post years, the single exception died, and his mind under his senator whose election will in
gave way the Uan. and interstate control of railroads, a
Mr. B. F. Bibb of the Folsom stock
>beingI884,when the aggregate exceeded grief. He became possessed with the anywise jeopardize tho character and ooundstable and flexible issued ,
currency farm Adairsville
at Ga. has his
idea that they would return to him, and aims of our order, and who will not by the in accordance with among
122000000. TRUCK FARMING. government herd of sixtecn-months old
evinced signs .of lunacy.A pledge himself to sustain and its Jerseys a cowthat
unmistakable support
;' supply and demand; an honest dollar, gives' three of milk and
gallons
'''' jury was empaneled to Inquire into his platform and principles.
0 receivable for all dues, public or private; about
Tho one and of but-
Magnitude of the BusinessIs pound three-quarts
V The lost census bulletin issued containing case. He was adjudged a lunatic and '
Phosphate developments at Ft. Whiteare a safe banking system that admits of no ter daily. This beats the record.
statistics of the areas of States and will be sent to the asylum. He is a very Astonishing. assuming largo proportions; four companies favoritism, and which will make a con .

Bounties exhibits some interesting facts. man, who had a bright future before The census office, on :Monday made are already operating in the immediate traction of. the currency for speculative The incorporate of the Pan-American called
to
Transportation
him. Company are
bulletin neighborhood (and two others impossible-arc sound
truck which
public a purposes govern-
on farming,
tn the first place it appears that In Tho old tying, "The farmers swear off for the first time in the history of the will soon commence operations). This mental principles, and are the corner meet the at Mobile, Ala., on April 6th, for

gross area Texas ,is as large u all tho I, from buying guano in the fall, but buy country has been made a subject census 'I country promises to rival, or surpass, the stones of democracy. I, for one, urn in purpose directors.of organizing The books a company will then and

Gulf States combined, with Arkansas more in the spring," seems about to be investigation. The statistics are compiled I famous Dunnellon region in phosphate. full accord and sympathy with them, electing be for stock /
The verified in Georgia. A few days ago 100,- from returns which have been received up The supply seems to be beyond computa and will heartily cooperate with tho open subscriptions
in
thrown for
good measure. 000 fertilizer tags were sent out from the to January 1, 1891, and are as follows: tlon. Lands, which two years ago could farmers and industrial classes in securing Near Pratt coal mIne, Ala., Tuesday,
.area of Louisiana, 48,720 square miles, agricultural department, making the Upward of $100,000,000 are invested in not be sold for $3 per acre, are now read. such a condition of things." lIe a hand car collided with a coal train fa a

U.,only a little over one-fifth the di. total amount of' tags sent out up to date, this industry, tho products reaching a ily selling for $23: per acre and upwards. then suggested what be thought would be deep cut. There were three men on the

mansions of Texas. Florida has .a 9,750,000, showing that 270,000/ tons of value of 76/J07,133/ on farms after paying There is a great scarcity of hinds, and valuable improvements in the present hand car and they had no chance to jump.'
guano have been inspected. Last year freights and commissions and realized several hundred laborers are needed. A banking laws admitting that there are Allen Brown was killed instantly and

greater water surface, 4141 square miles, there were 2,881,120 sent out during the I upon /534,440 acres of land. There are vast amount of money has been put in many objectionable features in the pres. Otto Motley and Joe Baugh fatally in.

' than any other State in the Union, Minnesota twelve months, showing that 288,112 employed in this industry 216,763 circulation. Many investors have been ent national banking laws. Mr. Dunn jured.

being next in order, then North tons of guano were inspected. Only two men, 0,234: women, and 14,874 children, attracted to the place. was enthusiastically received by the many A disasterous wreck occurred at Led..
months of be year have passed, but the aided by 75,666 horses and mules and Latest dispatches from New York say: people who have heard of his generosityand better trestle, on the Carolina Central
Carolina, Texas and Louisiana, the water amount of sent out ia almost know him to bo of railway at 8 :
tags equalto $3,971,206.70 worth of implements. The orange market is easier owing to a man sterling o'clockSaturday night. The
,surface of the latter State being 8300. that for the twelve months of 1890. The Norfolk district, embracing 45,375: heavy arrivals. :Much inferior fruit it honesty and splendid business qualifica- through freight from Norfolk to Char-

'The largest county in Alabama Is Baldwin The purports of the recent Alliance acres, shipped products valued at $7,603- arriving and, moving slowly. Indian tions. The day closed the assembly for lotte was wrecktd at that point. There ,

with 1620 miles, and in Arkansas meeting in Albany were two-fold. 1st. 859; south Atlantic district, 111,741acres river fancy selling $3.50 to $4.25: ; choice this season. DeFuniak thanked tho were twenty cars in the train, and all except
square
To perfect a congressional district alliance $13,183,516/ ; Mississippi valley, brights $3.05: to $3.50; russets $3.50 to farmers for their large attendance, wishing seven went down.

, Union County, which has 1138. organization, 'compostid of all the 86,180 acres, products $4,079,783. Nearly $3.7a'. ; grape fruit $3.50/ to 2.75: per them Godspeed, and at tbe same -Henry- Stanton- a young >man wantedin -

Perry County, with an area 'of 1110, is county alliances in the district, and similarin 73 per cent of the truck produced in box, $4 50 to $5: per barrel; strawberries, time cautiouing them to go slow ia radi Qrcenvillo, Miss., was arrested at Bir

the largest' in Mississippi, the smallest the details of organization to the state the United States comes from a belt of prime, 20 to 80 cents. The vegetable sal political changes.NEWSPAPERS. mingham. Ala., Monday night. At the

being Adams and Qultman which have alliance. 2d. The establishing of an alliance country along tho Atlantic coast lying market is firm; cabbage, prime, $3.50 to -- time of his arrest he had in his possession
organ for that district. This sec east of a line drawn from Augusta, Me., $3.75; string beans selling quick, $3 to BOYCOTTED. a forged check on a local bank, which he
400 each. Calcasieu baa the greatest ond matter was disposed of summarily, to Macon, Ga. ; from southern Georgia, $3.50; green pens $3 to $3; choice tomatoes tried to destroy. The authorities at

area of any pariah in Louisiana, that Is by deciding not to have a separate organ Alabama and Florida; along the north (3 to |4; beets 75 cents to $1; asparagus Their Presses Idle for Want of Greenville were notified of his arrest.

8410 square miles of land surface, and is of the alliance for the district. The mat. and south lines of railroad in the Mississippi $4 to $5' ; Charleston, Savannah and : Water to Run Them. 'The National Civil Engineers' Association -
a district alliance was valley from the gulf to Chicago, St. Florida lettuce $4 to $3: barrel
per ; egg will meet in Chattanooga June 80th.
larger than the States of Delaware and postpone. President Polk has writtena Louis and Kansas City, and from the plant, only a few arriving and selling The Americus, Ga., Recorder and the The organization is a representative; bodyof

Rhode Island, whose combined area is letter.calling such a meeting to be held celery districts of :Michigan and Ohio. quick at $8 to $12. t Americus Times publish a joint card announcing professional men. liier are leaders in

only 3045 square miles. in nil the districts on tho Oth of April. More or less of the truck, however, if The Home Market. the suspension of the publication their line of business, and represents it

J ___ ,The drowning of Mr. Lamar and Miss produced in all the states. The following The Orange and Vegetable Auction of their papers. This suspension h in the highest branches. Those attendingwill
Concelly cast a gloom of sadness over figures show the total acreage of the company of Jacksonville reports slow but forced by: the action of the water commissioners be princll)4l1yfrom the large cities.
Professor Rodney Welch declares in Augusta, where they were leading vegetables grown upon truck steady improvement in the general orange of the city raring the water
the forum that "the rural districts have and the favorites of society very Mr. Lamar farms of the United States Asparagus, market, and prces: in the home market rate 150 per cent refusing to contract to The real estate men of Atlanta are con
37,979beanl (string or snap), 12,607 supply water for motors which the templating the establishment of a generalreal
;
not shared with towns the recent great was a nephew of lIon. Joseph B. Cummings. consequently advancing. They quote run
estate
cabbage, 77.094 kale, 2,062> spinach, at tho advance and exchange, or real estate mar
:Miss ; ; prices as follows: Fancy fruit f3.50 to presses, even notify.
Improvements in the postal service. Ia Connelly was a grand. 20,1 M Irish potatoes. 28.010 beets, $3 the that the ker, such as almost every other city of
daughter of the late Judge John P. ; ; ; bright*and russets (unless wry dark), ing papers water will be cutoff
the country the postal facilities are hardly niece and ward of Henry B King King, and, 2,420; celery, 15,381/ ; cucumbers, 4,721 in good sizes, $3 to $3.50; mixed sizes, at any moment. Some days ago the Atlanta's size and pretensions has, and it

any better than they were century ago. niece of the Marchioness of Anglesby. watermelons, 114,381 ; other melons, 28-, averaging well, $1.85: to $3.23: ; mixed papers published tho fact that, in order is understood that definite steps toward
Her philanthropic and Christian works 477; peas, 58,163; sweet potatoes, 28- sizes, including considerable large fruit, to keep up the supply, the eomrnissioneriwere the establishment of, such an exchangehave
There are no money-order postoffioea, except made her the worthy successor of her 621; tomatoes, 23,802: ; miscellaneous $1.85 to $2; straight lines of big: fruit turning into the reservoir the town been taken.

in large commercial and manufac.turing noted aunt, the late Louise King, who vegetables 82,601._ $1 to |1.63; grapefruit, $a to $3.50. creek, into which ia emptied, j ust above Tuesday night safe blowers entered

towns, and no free collection or was worshipped by rich and poor in Augusta. Drops culls and light fruit not quoted.A the waterworks the drainage of the the building occupied by Dr. J, A.

distribution of mail matter. If a farmer Miss Connelly was also an heiress NINE LUNATICS, CREMATED Pr.p.... New n.... flithiestiortionof: the city, henco the Wright druggist, and J. M. Levy, postmaster
and The action of the commissioners at Covington, Ga., and blew
only nineteen. Mr. Lamar was syndicate, consisting of GovernorE. open
wishes to mail a letter he must go to the about twenty-six year of age. By the Burning of the Tennessee E. Jackson and brother, W. H. Jackson After Chinese the safes of both, getting from $100 to

poatoffice, perhaps ten miles away, to do The people of Rome and Floyd county Asylum. W. G. Warden, Chas. Lockhart and Trade. ,. $200 ia cash and many valuable papers

it. No good reason can be assigned why Me naturally) interested in the trial of Fire on Saturday night, destroyed the H. F. Davis, all of Pennsylvania, (the A Tacoma, Washington-- dispatch of in from cash Dr.from Wright Mr., and from the $400 to $300

money orders should not be Issued and George If. tnyder, at San Marcos, Tex., entire western wing of the Tennessee hospital three latter gentlemen being Standard Monday says: It is stated, that the North. ,Levy, postmaster.

cashed at every poatoffice In the country. for tbe murder of his wife. Snyder will for the insane, located seven miles oil people), who own tbe tract of land era Pacific in negotiating with the own-

insanity dodge for all it is worth. southeast of Nashville. There were 390 immediately north of DeFuniak, running era of the ships Abyssinia Purthia and THE BANK BREAKS
As the ,
to
free collection and free delivery When brought into coui t recently he tried patients in the asylum, 150 mares :a the north thirty miles in an almost solid body, Batavia, for the post three under

of postal matter, the people in tho rural to convince people! of hU insanity by his western wing and 240 women in the six to twelve miles in width, were at charter to the Canadian Pacific years railroad And Causes

districts are as much entitled to it as actions and the rambling manner in eastern wing. Nine men were burned to DeFuniak Springs several days ago on a in the China trade, for tbe of, a Great Flurry
town the which he answered any questions. When death in ward No. 7. They were so located tour of inspection that will probably result placing them on the run bttwceu purpose Tacoma Among Its Depositors.
service
people are although
asked if he had employed counsel he replied as to be beyond all human aid. in the town getting direct railroad and the Orient. The Northern Pacific it Oa Friday W. L. High, a prominent

could not from the nature of things be that he had not, although it was The only approach to their rooms was communication north to Montgomery in U stated, has already made offers for the, banker of Madison, Oa., went to the

performed so often in a sparselysettledregion well known that he had employed one sealed by a sheet of flame while stifling the near future. It was the first time any ships and the chances are that either the wall. The failure created a big sensation -

u in thickly populated one. lawyer in Austin and another in San smoke made death a question of but a fcf the party had ever seta the land Canadian Pacific railroad will in Madison when the news had
Marcos Ills relatives are assisting him few brief minutes to all who breathed the They spent two days looking them over, bonus to keep these pay a big spread over the county and the people
ships of
The general intelligence of any class financially lIe says that his head is air of the corridors. The flames from and are delighted with their purchase; not trade, or else lind that the out taken the from the rural districts began to realize
freight
largely depends on the facilities for split half ia two, and that he once had a the start were uncontrollable by the simple only is it covered with splendid timber by them will be a serious the fact. There was a great feeling of

learning what is going on in the world.. brain, but has none now devices, and had not the united attention but the soil itself ia valuably being good the profits of the Canadian Pacific.pull-back to consternation manifested on the part
A of been turned immediately to rescuing clay loam with solid subsoil over the entire of his depositors all day Saturday
plea illegality by the
Favonng one class gives it a special advantage Georgia ; I
Railroad and Banking the patients the death roll would tract. This road ou'd open up as Men, white and colored poured into tbe
which in time will produce filed in the clerk's office in company Atlanta a few was have borne many times the number of fine a cotton-growing region u is in the IS IT A FRAUD? city, looking after the various amounts
marked results. Barnes it contains south and the cover jeer lands could be -- due them creditors
as
Depriving country days ago. The company object to pay and taking such
sold The
people,of the postal facilities that are ing the county tax: assessed in accordancewith them.u rapidly as their mill can' clear Convention Which Meets steps as they hope will secure the

enjoyed by those who live in large towns, the provisions of a bill passed in CARBON HILL AGAIN then have The a immense direct outlet fruit orchards will in Cincinnati May 19th.A payment of their money. The story
1889. Quite a number of roads have demurred north shorten Cincinnati reads like a noveL Three days ago
teAda to lower their bag the time dispatch of Tuesday says! :
intellectual: standingand from the payment of the taxes, The Scene of The Rioters' least to Chicago by express at It has been ascertained that the ao-ealled nine out of every tea men one would

to keep it below that of those who and fl. flU have been issued by Tax Collector Escapades.A about eight hour over the present round. third party convention, which ia adver- meet ia Morgan county, if asked the
live In A. P. Stewart route The five owners of this question, would reply that considered -
cities. Ia nearly all European countries in accordance with tract fued to meet in Cincinnati on May 19th they
Birmingham. Ala., dispatch says: are all millionaires and can easily w Mr. W, L.
instructions lIon. High worth least
from at
W. nothing
A.
Wright than
the postal facilities are as good in of Tile oU trouble of Carbon Hill, Walker furnish the necessary capital for the development old more a gathering of the $100,000 in clean cash. all
comptroller general the state of Geor greenback element who The people
the rural districts in the county, has broken out again. Monday which will double the valueof want to anticipate
as Urge towns.In gia. Ia the plea of illegality the rail. all the prota le independent action believed his check his signature (a any
seven of them country people have road company, through its president, night, incendiaries burned the store of first dirt De is Funiak property as soon u the of the farmers next winter, and 'secure paper was as good: as ao much gold.
Major J. F. Anderson. The loss is $3,000. moveo.
the advantage! of the parcel post and of Charles 11. PhiniYr, seta up the claim Anderson was warned to leave ti control of the ()rgU; niztioa. The 19th of And he has been conducting a large
some
that the charter of the jago Florida Tracker. May banking business tJ.
convention ,
company was M not endorsed mainly through
postal savings banks. They are not granted by an act of the Georgia legislature by a gang of toughs because he calledon The meeting of the State Teacher's Association Alliance of Labor leaders by the bold he had noon! the love, reapeet esteem:

slighted because they cultivate farms December 31, 1833 in section ,3 of the governor for tbe military at the at Tampa was the largest and a ho here hagreehtto bold a national, and confidence of the people of that tec-
riot in He didn't leave and
and vineyards, or raise cattle, sheep and which act it wu provided that the stock January. most successful that the association has 'conference in Cincinnati; on the 32od of tine The liabilities are more haG double
tQ-lI." ...... ". and branches be swbjacttb not more thin now hive his been store made.is burned. down. No arrests ever held, This body is growing to be I next February, to take steps to form a his assets and a conservative estimate

one of large proportions. That it baa i new party puts his ability to meet bU debts at lets

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time the excitement was.taUnse I .OVER'ALABAMArMtWo, blast. The Tennessee' .Valley has
SHOT no when a patrol wagon drove up : eight furnaces, and one is in Wait e t Hr(

detachment' of police, who soon HAaMliM a BteAM* ."* The remaining furnace is at Fort Payne ;
away under a fire of r.md.lm') Various Things That Hap-: And it is out. Tho furnaces now iu blast + _
jFEABFUL: ; When the leaders Inside got are rvre) E.: fol'ows\!' : Vanderbilt 1. SIMS 8.
**, .'?!BSSEY ,, of the keys the inside gate was Ing Around Us. Thomas 2, Ensley 3, Alice 2, Woodward
I 'The a..ngtri' \pre.'sed'into 2, Bessemer 3, Oxmoor 2, Williamson 1,
of tho white"prisoners.. The Butler county has a flower pot factory.It all in Jefferson county; Gndsd! 1, An-
., The Enraged the first cell was open, and a is a small one but gradually growing iiiston 1, Junifer 1, Irooaton 1, !Shelby 1, RACINE WIS.t ,
Law into of trembling prisoners d in'ido. into a large industry. Bricrlleldl, Hock Run 1, Sheffield 1. .
not the men who were wanted The employes in the East Te&acssee, Inn few week there will be at least a
crowd very quietly, though' with V rginia and Georgia shop in\| lma dozen of the idle furnaces to go in blast.A -L
la the n coolness, bunt into the yard. have been cut down to eight hours per number of those in other districts are S'
noon, the }jury of the jail were ready to di- day and not allowed .to work at all on merely awaiting for tho market to tone
verdict: Mistrial way to where the Italians :were. Saturday up a little more. Another rcmarkab'e ; t e .
I Bcaffedi. Not tho femn'e, department,"some one Tho Louisrilo and Nashvlllo of fact about the furnaces of Alabama is
chesi, Bagnetto, and thither the men with their New Decatur have had their Shope forces of that out of the whole flftr-two the Louisville ,
cardonn, } ran. An entrance was forced and Nashville road touches forty-
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nun (greatly increased lately The super-
New Orleans leader called for some one who '
mtcndvnt rays that 700 men were two, or all but ten. and 1 by traffic arrangements U
r blow Saturday right men, and a volunteer re *virtually roaches the five of wLOGLUMBERYARD
now employed at the shops and they
might almost at and the door was thrown open. those ten at Sheffield.COMMISSIONER.
could not to with the
begin keep GITTRUCKSWAaONSjALLSTYI.es .
terrible was deserted, but an old up &
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sassins who speaking as fast as she ,could, work, and that the shops would be enlarged NESBITT SPRING .
and the force increased
soon. _
1
and men were
upstairs.
Hennessey, -
rigid in death. TEE MERCILESS AVESOERS. The Birmingham! Sheffield and Tennessee Issues and Address to The Far- ),
Accomplished : of seven or eight quickly as Hirer road is surveying a branch roadto r Nunotna LADIES' '
order, without the staircase, and as they reached run from Shi meld to Morgan, where it mers of Georgia. T CHAISE.' .tY .
and without in. the aHa sins fled down at I will connect.with the branch road from Comnrssoncr of Agriculture Nesbitt 4
innocent man. end. It was time for action. the Memphis and Charleston to Riverton. has issued tho following communicationto pA1tNT CtW.i aM1iE s'I
midnight mob- \ darted toward tho Orleans The construction of this branch will give Georgia farmers: .
determined body side of the gallery and crouched the Birmingham, Sheffield and Tennessee ATLANTA. Ga., March 13, 1801. To the
into ,their own beside the cells. Their faces its own line between Sheffield and River- Farmers of Georgia: In view of the al FISH BR9S WAG!!N G8 "

ignominiously and being unarmed, they were unprecedented agricultural conditions ,
of police was defentclers. In fear and trem- ton.The bill for furnishing upper> to the resulting from the longcontinuedand RACIN .WIS. I Ir

that very night they screamed for mercy. but the Hirminghara troops, sixty-two in number heavy rains, the largo cotton crop,
mulate, showing were merciless. who were sent to Carbon Hill dur- the present and prospective low price of '
deliberately TEE BLOOD WORE. ing tho memorable war in Walker several the staple, also the short crop and advancing
and carried out I bang! bang I rang out the re- weeks ago was rendered to Colonel Clarka price of grain, I would offer tho
by the tools of tho murderous weapons, and a day or two ago. Tho bill amounted to 1 following suggestions, which I think will 1r-1 .
TEE JURY.; rain of bullets poured. into the $3.78. It was "0. K'd" by the Colonel 'I be of some use In enabling us to meet a r .
The trial figures. and forwarded to tho adjutant-general at serious emergency demanding our
and, though Romero, Monnstero and James Montgomery. thoughtful attention :
conclusive, the fell under tho fire of half dozen A furniture factory was established in 1. The corn planting season is upon
with having leaden bullets entering their u'. and in the greater portion of tho state
New Decatur last fall, which is now y i'
failed to and heads and the blood gushing turning' out furniture very rapidly and it has been impossible| to even prepare the CV"P "ea taq I
lands. The oat usually so largely t t
'a body of wounds. shipping tho same to Memphis, Nashville crop Cey .
yers, doctors, bloody executioners did their work and Chattanooga, Tenn. This enterprise sown and grown at this season, has not,
leaders-nil\ beneath the continuing fire has stimulated' the people to organize an- except in a few instances, been put In the T
cial standing, qU and Trains, two of the men who other furniture factory in :New Decatur, ground. It is now, too Into to put in G S@R
that some action been tried, but who wero charged with a capital of ..1UOOO, which will anything like tho usual area, therefore
people's justice, with tho others accused, fell to login work soon. let mo urgo upon tho farmers in "pitch- ;, TKEPT
upon those whom Their bodies were literally rid- Ing" their crops to put in as large a corn 9YSTORFS AH95HEARSeYr utaN
to punish. buckshot, and they wero stone The farmers in tho vicinity of Kennedy, crop as possible, supplementing it with INSIS ( S1 '
are badly behind with their work and la
tho usual food 'j
before tho lusilado was over. crops. YOUR
TEE CALL
Saturday the group of, assassins was disco fact, they have done but little towards 2. As tho time for preparation is so SENDTiJUSF 0
meeting at tho the gallery, Macheca Beaded this year's crop. They are buying more short concentrate by preparing deeply TOREKEEPEETTING Iiox210tt
street, appeared man Marches! separated from the fertilizer this y'ar than ever before, andit and thoroughly a smaller area, putting .,,
the cotton crop is proportionate to the this tho fertilizers intended for a -HOLYOKE
ix and ran the stairs. Thither on MASS.
rially deprecated up YOU. "
amount of fertilizer used, there will boone number of ncris. Diffuse tho FOR ,
follows: "All men followed them and as greater
Into of the largest cottou crops ever madein fertilizers the soil, as far as
stricken assassins the through possible
to attend a moss ran ... ,
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that Dart of the state. be better able w _
March 14th at were slain.DANOLfa. so that the crops may
Clay statue to TO TREES. Tho will\ of the late Ooslnh :Morris, who to withstand the drought, which we may
failure of Justice the crazy man, was locked up i was the wealthiest man in the state, bus reasonably look for during the growing .
Come prepared upstairs. The doors were flung not been made public but it it known season. Then give rapid and shallow Ii1lE are making a specialty this season of what j 5
Down in a one of the avengers, taking that 1<'. M. Billing, who has been the active cultivation. we can our PARAGON I1ARNE SS. &

Royal streets, him through tho body. He manager of the business for several 8. In planting, remember that thegreat Made of the FINEST STOCK and the very
had been killed outright, and in order to years, and Dr B. J. Kildnin, Morris' mistake made by many farmers is BEST /
The call was the people on the outside, who son-iolaw, wero appointed executors, the crowding of both corn and cotton. WORKMANSHIP. Such a e .#
At 10 o'clock to know what was going on and wero authorized and em pow cd to Give tho plants plenty of room. This cannot be bought for less than $25.at .?: # ,

several thousand he wee dragged down stairs and continue the banking business under tho also will\ prove a great safeguard against retail. But we are willing. gated around the doorway by which the crowd name of Josiah Morris & Co., as heretofore the effect of drought. Of course, tho In .order to Introduce It, to r' jfe V #

hardly knew what Half carried, half dragged, Dr. Baldwin continuing tho inter. distance must be regulated by the char SELL ONE SET ONLY t>O'4?' .......-
but they taken to the corner. A rope was est of the late Josiah Morris. acter of tho soil, tho amount of fertilizers "" $ fI' ",
length, and while I and tied around his neck, and Tho court house removal canvass in used, and tho variety of the corn and to one person aa a .\ 4 1 .'

.many of tho lower pulled! him up to the cross Morgan county has Legun in earnest : cotton used, that of compact growth and aample for. F <, L"o '\ /9 ...oJ.O\' .. ,.".'tt.....'Y.Oc.,;..
a 'large :Not satisfied that he was dead a and will be prosecuted very vigorouslyuntil short limbs requiring less space than the $16.50. .Y A'o: \ t ;
ple of tho town. men poured a volley of shot into the first Monday in April, when the i larger !limbed varlcc Remember, too, A : ,, ..f
dreroes.short and and for several hours the election will be hold. 1 he two Dccaturs : that to depend on tho floating labor is to o <'11' .
like, and the left dangling in the air. Dag- held sn enthusiastic meeting several take n great risk. 'I 1 hero ore so many j. l\ W4 ) "
was soon keyed caught in the first lush upstairs, nights ago at the court building in the other industries throughout the slate '
.strative in its first volley of bullets pierced his Interest of removal, and several! speeches drawing on this supply, that the farmer's / O ,
sin. Each ,of lie was put ed out by a number wero made This question has been agitated safest plan is to plant only what ho is .., \e ;. ;rJ-: ? f"

bad been a g men through the miin en for twenty years and the county sure ho can manage well. &. / "" .1'' ,":M'O'O\ ,, .
before, which the prison,and from Ihe limb of a has crown and developed until new To sum up, plant an abundance of food / A11' i '
t:0 body was suspended, although must bo erected and the feel. crops for homo consumption ; prepare the :
persed peacefully, buildings .dfY .. ';1F'.''''0' "' dt .
take its courie. already gone. Just as soon as ing is rife that the county scat should bo land deeply and thoroughly; af'il11fertll'r.ers ; fit: ;.(::.;: :'? :. .ftti7 f fOUR ;;-
.The time to act work was done, Mr. Perker- removed, either to Decatur or Hartselle, abundantly, diffusing it so I ,/ t-
WHO TUB the crowd and asked them where it would be located on the railroad. that tho plants may send out roots in all
""W;'8. ; 1 This they consented to do Somcrvllle, the present location, ii nine directions; give plenty of distance. In .. -
inent lawyer / : shout, but first they made milts away from tho nearest point on the the event of drought this plan will insure -
ern Athletic Club, for Mr. Perk erIOn, and lifting .railroad. better results than if the plants are NEW IMPROVED SINGER
the vigorous city supported him on thoir The iron market in the Birmingham crowded, and the roots, in seeking tho HIGH AMM, THIS STtLI.ONLY. ft e.00 (fl C
years ago. while they marched up the district, remains steady. Prices are good. fertilizers, tend all in one direction. The 0 Az
of tho speakers, The avengers came back in a. All the Birmingham furnaces that are in Alliance and agricultural clubs throughout w 4u cn'
the New Orleans tho Clay statue and then de blast are running at their full capacity. tho state will do good by taking hold v x _!
is also a and most of them have sold their productfor of this subject, discussing it thoroughly G
and deciding on prompt action. en'' j Ii :ui
D. Houston one TEE: PRESS APPROVE IT. twenty to thirty days ahead. This W
the ttste.r After of the city wee unanimous looks well and it is well. The furnaces R. 'I. NESBITT, Commissioner Z i E ta ;

O'JIalley, who is morning, in approving the action are satisfied. The following are the 5 !" 2
ered with the jury, mob. All the commercial ex present quotations: TL spread of women's clubs throughout IO F a

that they would tho cotton exchange, sugar ex foundry No. 1. .. . ... .fl2.75@I3.00: the country has led Mrs. Olive Thorne Zg
parish prison- stock exchange, lumbermen, me- 2.... .. . 12.00<(al325: Miller to prepare a practical gilds which WILL IS rt CO.tPHILA., !!.A-
these words: ," and dealers' exchange and the 3' "*. .. 11. O@1t.7:5: II to contain directions for organizing a CURED bra W.will b, sits ...

be allowed to trade all unanimously approved Gray Forge. .. . .. .: 11.00<&1L25: club, suggestions for proper manage- ElfC LARGX TRIAL BOTTLE. w
the Mafia be of the mob as proper and nec The coal trade remains dull, with prices ment and a form of constitution ready ..xpo..y. DON'T SUFfaK. .
citizens on the inclined to be rather lower. The strike for use. The manual will be the only CO.. GlvaPixlOfficoiuiAnpUta.fltlt.
HALL CHUICAL .5880 f all1I018t Af80t Pa
means of TEE!: MEN BURIED. here put the figures up; the ending of the QUO of Its kind extant.
be allowed to funerals of the men were without strike put them down. ATLANTA MARKETS.connECTED gQuickaL
derer. go scot ( demonstration. No one claiming lAw Kale 8et.r.4. BUSINESS REVIEW CINCINNATI Shortest and
ft ,4.THE* of Marches!, Monasterio and The real estate congress to assemble in ,
By this time the they were taken in ft cart to the BIrmingham on March 80, continue to WEEKLY. -- Compartment and Pullman Palace
and before field and buried there not a in its The For Past Week Complied by R. _
S.OOO, grow; promised magnitude. El..,, Urala aai Meal. Sleeping Cars through without change: ,
what had relative being/ present, nor any real estate exchange, which has the mater Floor-Firat patent $9 SO I amond patent G. Dun &; Co. making direct connection
raining recruits at ceremonies held. No one but in charge, have secured an unusual 16 OIl i extra fancy |3 75 ; fancy $5 501 I family Reports from the entire south are asoade I
ing down the attended Folitz's funeral At concession in the matter of rates, every $4 75. Corn-No. ii> wblt tea t mixed TOo. brighter because cotton has recovered InCENTRALUNIONST I LUIS

stopping only of Mncheca and Caruso, railroad in tho United States having/ Data-No 87o.it liar--Choice I timothy OSo,;large Kama bales rustproof slightly prices. Baltimore reports And the WEST: and with,1' rough car '
arsenal, where together they living near agreed to a one and one-th'rd rate. This 9Se t No. 1 timothy, large bales ttOo cbuic trade ahead of last year. New Or. lines for iLi
Winchester rifles there was a large attendance iI a concession not often granted, and timothy. aaialt lIaI.,., ftjo | No. 1,111I0&101, small leans finds cotton receipts more, sugar sad the .
out to responsible! as both of the men were well only on occasions of national importance. bales, 90o | Nil. 2 liiontlir, small bait, (XJo.U dull and rice firm and Buvannalwdeems HICAGO NORTHWEST;

in the party. by marriage. Nearly all the Real estate men all over the union are Ls<'-al ga-aaclur I'laln tl 78o 801 i bolUxl am all .7Se....k.a tl Wheat S3. Cotton bran- tho prospect very bright, and at Atlanta ''I also will through car DETROiT 1
had an electric large families. taking great interest in the congress, and end meal ewl. Btuam fsed-11 83 better price In cotton helps, but at Memphis Tines for I
the streets were OUTS'DB orisoss. many are coming from long distances per cwt 6dte-Pear! 14 OaIJraeerU I depression continues, and at Louisville aDd Points in Canada
ning from all of the Italian legation in It is a matter of importance to Birining- trade Is slow At the south little is BUFFALO andtbeEaat,
main body, which city are very much incensed ham that she should do her beat in en- .. said of collections, but throughout the I Only one change of can
Rampart street to summary manner in which the ertainiog a body of men who wield such Coffne-Itoait-d-Arbuckla.s 2An V 100 Ibeaaea west complaints of slow collections grow to
LeterluK'i 25%Q. GrwD-Eata choice
square. When New Orleans avenged the mur- Influence on the course of Investments. iSl! })'choice; :X3cj giutl!<1)'|fair aOc eonuuonI more frequent, and money markets, Meridian, NEW ORLEANS,
Canal street Hennesay. Indeed the case Miaela, Hhaala c..... (rfl9o.\ HUK '_Ortnu sled 7K"| oft; gnnuLoa though nowhere positively stringent, Jackson, Ylckaborir, Potnta ia -
already collected generally discussed in diplomatic The government work at Muscle Shoals powdmcl 7%| cut loaf mal whit are generally firm with a more active de
to take a Baron do Fan,the Italian minis- extra 0 Be yeLov extra 0 6' a. l4)'rup-N. mand. TEXAS AND'x'
eager canal has been much retarded by high "gV* .
0.1"1 choice 48( 50 |Tim a3 clt4Oe1( .iiimooU0i83e.
when the to make a statement just ; The volume of business continues
happen will be via this line afforded
water. A surveying corps organ. Mo.M4: Oennino Cuba 8i@3 i Imitation Passengers are aa
liens reached the he is in cable communication zed to survey the canal,'to make estimates S8<({:30. Hlca-Chole* Kc| good larger than a year ago, but the range of excellent view of Lookout Mountain and
squares from of his home government, and *determine the best methods of e Jct evniiiiun 6JiW cj imported Japan C(47oH.Itllswley's *' prices-farm products included-1< over I surrounding Historic Scenery,
old building was doubt heavy indemnity out crooks and straightening the dairy '1 BOi Virginia 7V. 10 per cent higher, and baa advanced 1)
demanded if or all of the taking Cl>tee--r oil crtara, Lhuduar: I flats -
any fitk cent the week. Wheat
: during
TOO IfCCH is for per post
it is too
which narrow White flab bbU
canal ss 13/fc i skim -- ,
killed unnaturalized.ISDIONATIOX & 0. RAY & E. PaiS. Agt. At.
are rose 4 or 0 cents, \but reacted about 1 ,
Superintendent the safe passage of arge steamers. A $4 Ui | extra detail of )lUTrJ.ulI. contract has been let for a dredge boatto T3 Iba *8 VU.3 73( turpentine, 00 tan, CO IUCandlta.rirafina'llk'etj'a'arlOc. cent, sales for the week being 06,030,000 laots, Oa.
jail and a sma'I representative meetings of Ital. COlt 134,000, which will be used in 1200.223 tall w flU be,.: 110 Ibi. $25a HaleS-60 bushels. Considering that western receipts b. J. MULLANEY. Div. Pa... Agt,
arodbd the old : held at Kansas City, steadily exceeded last year's, Chattanooga.D.
Chicago, deepening the ran III. Tho recent appropriation 4'JU $4 00;BOO (3 00.8 75) !WO- f J OOail 71| 60.S O. EDWARDS 0. I' ft T. A
great multitude, and other places Sunday, at provides that $200,000 should be gras t3 73. Boda--Kf|(., bulk fie; 1 Ib pkKS while reports of foreign scarcity are not ,
like a mighty excited speeches were made de exFeodoon Musel bhoalsj $:lOooOoa, 6c;">...., aawrtal, Iba Vj.aO (o. Jlba Wi'l". sustained by exports which still fall far CINCINNATI, O.
around the door reparation. the suck beow Chattanooga, and $150- Cracker*-XXX soda 6>ioi XXX butter' behind last year's, speculation is ven -- --
band of blneco&ts : MUIBTER 156TBCCTED. 000( on Colbert and Bee True Shoals. Toe 6He mud; lll/je.Candy-Canned Aa>orte4 S suck/ DI8d},milk turesome. Corn has advanced 41 cents, THE TRAVELERS, .
priwneri were from Rome, Italy, says: appropriation will be expendeJ betweennow IS (IX'aS tO; Imitation ma they could hear l1n government has instructed and June, 1892. The survey of lo- M 0047 60; F. W.ojaton tl Wag 00;L.W. larger sales than usual and cotton hu Jacksonville, Florida.
theJ people the Italian minister Wash- ition Is soon to begin on Colbert Bboals. tOOl corn 20Ua373; tomatoes 175.a&0. risen 1 on sales of 0,000 bales, but all
Bell potash 1320, Btarclt- '_I 4%! O lwopaYr have recede with -
their blood. present a vehement proto st to the The shoals will be provided with oue cleW packages (360; cellule the representatives Stales government against: the canal, two lift locks and a guard lock to :, plain or mixed n'ila tl 001 40i quarts the possibility of scare money before The Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar
to die for the mob in New Oilcans, and 60. rowder--ka> long u the drain from the city to the
flahting be wed ss a lift lock in case of high II bthl kegs tSaOjU k. streets, Jacluoovill, Fla. A. new brick
pleaded for State government has promised water. The amount set apart for this 'S 001:4 US' .. GI. Blwllt3prrsac : interior continues.In hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and
fend themselves, au invfetigation. work will be used in locating the route, Fr.vW.ee.Clear the stock msrkets foreign alarm steamboat landiD$1. Especially adapted
not find these they OP rOftEia PAPERS. came when holders were wearied by the
of and if ii to transient buamets. far
rights Elegantly
ways
purchasing any rib sides board 6"41' Ice-cured UlIUs7c. .
amigo : cablegram; say*; The News, left, con:ratting; for the first lock. Uugar-cnreil bases ialle. aoontdiiig to absence of public support which was dished rooms, single or en suit*. Table
The deputies on the lynching of the Its .....'. Faraacca. brawl and average Califoruia VAa \ breakfast expected after congress: adjourned, and a* jood u the best This hotel was boilt,
crowd by a rose New Orleans, says; "Italy's in. "t. bauoa o. U/J,-Far* leaf 8 t> i leaf 7.7)'fl | by a continuance of controversies whichit furnished and operated U a $3.00 a day
men to the female is shared by the whole civilized Nineteen out if ft total of t.'nty..11furnacea refined da. was hoped were letttal weeks go. house rate.are now reduced to $ aday
the miserable In nearly all sncb cases In In Jefferson county are now iolast. / Hut the decline has only pulled back
while the service Is better
out of blast is Cvaalrv Fre..... thus ever.
is Of the seven one to about the level of 1,
until the moment the disease of corruption at prices January
I from o
Breakfast
transfer from one owner- Eggs Ual'Bulc.W....... creamery Magioi \ to 9; loarb; from U 3*
III the ptClet'llol and while the market is doll it
yield to the angry of the evil The Americans are ehoiue TetiDMwe S&a30ai our yrade very to 2:90; ; dinner Yrom O:3o 7:80. This '
tala Davis refused the most patient and most impa ship to another and six remarkable are being ana repaired. 13al8a t4v poultry: -H.n tatSSa l yours shows ao symptoms of alarm or special is the only hotel In Jacksonville serving ift
the prison, and in the world. When tuey This fact is chdckao larza AN25e ,1IIIa1J 12&1'0. Dressed weakness. regular mask at that houn. ylll others
wok of battering tired of grievance they ells its own story, Of the fifty-two fur- poultry-Taiieys 17 lSo | dock 14e' | cbh hue Failures for the week number 239; foi
any are at lean one hour' later, Use the
with the swiftness aces ia Alabama the Birmingham dUrict lie. trials paws|4 W par bU. three pocaijM73eper the corresponding week of last year the
not a their .
prove reveage Las : buabtl. Uooeytniiteil Travelers' omnibus the tickets save 25
mined throag. The people of New Orleans or Jefferson county, twenty- I In the comb lOalieu Onion f< 00 per bit figure: was 217. cent each way.BURTON.
the door gave soon discovered which of the six, or exactly halL The AnoUton. or !. Cabbage 2a3 per ibv AljaerU grapes. W Ib
armed citizens ia the Italian trial had fingered brown ore district, including Gadsden package .460a7(0Xarket !K. BARR
sail opening; good and it would be and AttaUa hs seventeen in au counties.Of Be sure to inscribe for this paper. It

1Ip from 10,000 keep the jail intact for them these sevtntten_ furnaces, seven axe gai.t.MClddlbg.If.'A contains the latest ;sws. I 'IO Proprietor








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.. THE EAST COAST: ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, MAR. 27, 1891.

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with ish during April. Those who are JAMES PRlTcttARIJ, President; W. B. nARSETT: Ylce-Prenldentj;
-f THE EAST COAST ADYOC1TE44VMKtV THE TROPICAL SUN.,, charged committing a trivial W. M. DJI01\f,Cashier
offense, and was visited during his In position to make an approxlmat-
-- : confinement by a sympathizing ly accurate estimate of the crop
TRB BSVEL* BrQther Metcalfe Journal- STATE
IOUa*At DfVOTID TO new INDIAN RIVER BANK
the number of will
orxE-rr or THE IXMAI mirM AJID istlc venture in before tin for in friend who assured him that a man believe crates

LAKE: Boats KCTIUX*. spection. The heading 1 Is very could not be imprisoned for the aggregate 75,000, or equal the ,

artistic and the design appropriate, offense named ; the victim asserted orange crop. (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

Office: Washington Avenue, Titusvlllc, showing on one side an imaginaryscene that he could. But hit friend Immediately after vegetable Authorized capital, $100,000
Florida vehemently assured him to the shipping it over, or about the
Indian River, on the Florida coast duringthe ( Paid up capital,
XVI century and on the other, contrary when the offender very middle of May, pineapples will ----r I $25,000

one of the XIX. The 7V+/>.W quietly replied, "Well, I'm here." i begin to move, and from the rapid- = t Average deposits $100,000

J'tDLlAIIED EVENT FRIDAY.bepred Sun it located at Juno, and is the It was an unanswerable argument. ity with which this industry has

first newspaper ever published' in Whether he could be incarceratedor developed the crop has been estimated : k- Transacts a General Banking>
of little
not was consequenceand by a few sanguine
Dade county. It is eight of growers
pages
the Tltn""lIIe """tomc; as Second- would have led ,
> at to dis Business
a long and
Clus IIlall Matter. six columns, all home print, and as high as 40,000 crates, by
the quality of the paper is away cussion. The fact remained he one prominent planter at 60,000.

ahead of anything ever used in gas incarcerated.A We have not been able to inspectthe Largest and Oldest Bank on the fiier

TERMS Invariably In Advance, this section. The number of advertisements few years ago, when an epidemic field, but from numerous inquiries 1i I

BY Check roAtairoMilet" or One and Two Cent contained in the first raged at Jacksonville and made by letter to various IHRECTdRBl

BUinpn.One issue is startling, and well calculated other points, many prominent citizens points, we do not think the pine- % of.tAa.I'RITefAanW.R.RARNnt'reeldM1

Year,u. .... ........... .................IM the denied that the disease was apple crop will exceed 25,000 i ': IH-HKKB (Vlce-PrenUlont National Rank, IIi
... .. .................. to cause average news- ,
BU Month,....... .1.M "yellow fever. As we looked at I boxes. .IftoknonTllle) W. 8. URAIIAK and W. M.
Throe Month,................................ .50 paper man to turn green with envy. the w Know
I Ragle Copy....................4............... 8e The rapid development of the field question at the time it was of Taking the aggregate value of COnREdPOSDENTR.Pealmant .
.sat to any Address in U. S. or Canada, Prepaid In which the new Journal located little consequence whether the de- our three principal products-oranges rt etw .re+} National Hank National of Jack Bank onvUle.of New York 20 Md

l is bound to insure its success ; 'stroyer was Yellow Jack himselfor vegetables and pineapples, rrrrUS ,rI] FLA..

rdltor.p.........i....... WALTER 8. GRAHAM.AwoclateEditor especially' when It l is rememberedthat a counterfeit. The fact remained to say nothing of the thousands of

A Manager,....C. II.WALTO.X.We in future all the legal advertisements the plague was certainly barrels of fish which have been
and tax sale, election contagious, and frequently fatal, shipped, we finest, the productsof INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY,

notices, etc., will go to the only and was to be dreaded Just as our soil will aggregate in value

do not hold oiirelve reponiilM for the paper in the county as a matter of much as if it had been admitted over $375,00u, as follows :

opinion tM right of to our reject correapondente any communication., but we claim course. We wish our new contem- beyond dispute to be what it undoubtedly 75,000 boxes of oranges, .N

Conmnnlcatloni for publication mn.t I*writ porary every success. was-yellow fever pure at 12.00 per box $150,000
tea plainly on one Mile of the JIAIM'r only, and and simple. 75,000 crates of vegetablesat

8II writer nld.**In name and e. ,deem not neceeeearlly for opublication The same argument holds goodin $2.00 per crate 150,000

but ai a guarantee of good faith. SENATOR-? regard to Indian River oranges. 25,000 crates of pine

Whether they are really of a superior apples, at $3 per crate 75,000

RATES It t Is probable that a senator will quality or flavor or not it Is
ADVERTISING ) not worth while to attempt to $325,000Our Steamers leave TITUSVILLE dally except Sunday 6:00: a. m., arriving at Melbourne
have selected
been to succeed 12 MO noon. Returning leave Melbourne 1:00 Titusville
ran YEAS.line The p. m., arriving 7:00 p. m.
Senator Call within the fort prove. fact that they bringone figures are very low, as it is Leave
Inch.......................*10- 0 next dollar box more than competing well known Titusville at 3:30 p. m., daily except Sunday, arriving Jupiter O.OO a. m.,
per fact of
And while it is the wish a our orange next morning. Returning, leave Jupiter 12.-00 noon. Arrives at Titusville
many
night. 10:30
:
'J'wCllnch......................... 1S-00 .
.. .. nearest heart the Indefatigable fruit from other localities, growers realized $3.00 per a m., next morning connecting with all points north and east
Three Inch...:..... ..... .. 20-00 our to see -
Tour Inch,....................... 2S-00 and' valiant opponent of is an unanswerable argument in box on the tree, and vegetables W. D. WATSON, Superintendent.
J'lnlnch, or Quarter Col........ 30.00 monopolies and the friend of the favor of the Indian River sectionas have brought quite often $.1.00 per
Half Column..................'... 65.00 being the most profitable field. crate net while the EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
people succeed himself' we have I pineapple crop
Whole Column.................100.00 in which in cultureof
grave doubts as to such a result. to engage the averaged $.1.50 net per crate. Butas
Fur Sis Month, divide. the yearly rate by two citrus fruits.It there will be
is a shipmentof
adadd 10 per cent.. It folly to play the ostrich and many
hide our head, thinking by such looks as if our brethren of vegetables and pineapples, and
divide the rate
Free Three Month yearly by other
sections' little
tarn,and add:20]
local AdvertlacmenU, Ten Cents I'er Line of the most frequent of all mistakes jealous of the advantages of In- bring the cost of shipment, owingto

Kaeb Insertion. in political contests is that of being dian River. They need not be. delay and decay in transit, we

hill heading Matter not In "Local New," over-confident. It is always well No howl has emanated from this think our figures are not far from

frji.i.inf,Five Cent I'er Line Each: In crtlon. to remember the maxim "never section when we have read the correct. $325,000 disbursed amonga

Legal AdvertlKinenU at Legal Rate under estimate your opponent's marvelous stories of fabulouslyrich population of not over 5,000

for strength." There will be a faction phosphate deposits, nor do we would give $65.00 to every man, GOING SOUTH ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TilE STEAMER SWEENEY.
edition The
All the above rate are one perwek. Sweeney leaves Tm'sviLLE about I:30
claim to possess any wealth in that woman and child in Brevard p. m.
in the next legislature whose motto county GOING NORTH-Leaves Titusville about 11 a. m.
rrDllIs: collected monthly. will be, "anything to down Call," line. Neither do we object when I And it is safe to say, that by The steamer J. W. Sweeney will leave NEW SMYRNA every Monday Wednesday

deck etc., may be made payable to "GrahamA composed mainly of men who owe column after column is. published counting the returns from ship- at and 5 Friday. at, 7 a. m., stop at all Intermediate points, and arrive at ROCKI.KDOK
p. m.Returning
Walton. him many a debt of gratitude for telling of the millions of capital ments of fish, turtle, skins, etc., leave ROCK
being invested in the Gulf and interior LEDGE every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 a. m.
and received
-
ff Merchants and all other to whom we are past kindness received at his hands. as wages by employeesof and arrive at New Smyrna at 5 p. m.
Indebted will oblige n*by presenting their bills And while the Times- Unio1& is sections. We had no idea steamboats hotels and government CONNECTIONS

tha let of every month for prompt settlement.Addreis making every effort to convey the the dry and unobtrusive paragraph stations, would run up the With A. & W. R. R. at New Smyrna, for all points north via Clydes St. Johns
containing New York or Boston capita earnings of the River Line, and Clydes' Steamship Line.
idea that "Call per peopleof
on top, we know
The merchants and shippers of Indian River, who wish to patronize this line
that down in the bottom of his orange quotations would cause Brevard county to over $100, will please advise their consignors to mark their goods Via Clyde Line of
care
all communications to
heart the faith of Hawthorne is such unrest in the breast of our or $-150 to each family. A. & W. Ry. and E. C. T. Co. or Via Clyde Line care of E. C. T. Co., Blue Springs.R. .

EAST COAST ADVOCATE, rather shaky. We prefer to come brother citizens. Our county is self-supporting P. PADDISON, G. F. PADDISON,

TmsviLLE, FLORIDA. out fair and square, and to say to We have our advantages. We Lo-day.and -in a few years, when General Manager. Gent Frt. & Pass. Agt
1" O.Dox.222.E the friends of "Wilk Call" that do not desire to have them exag- the groves that are nonproductiveas

there is the hardest kind of workto gerated, but see no reason why we yet and pineapple plantations If You Wish to Keep Well Posted on the

A. :M.Indian do. A deadlock will be fatal to should be called upon to make any which are Just being set out come

Call, and a dark horse-possibly special effort to hide our light into full bearing and the fishing Various Topics of Interest on the

River Lodge, No. 00, Free and Charlie the under a bushel. If, as a matter of industry is properly developed, the
Masons hold their Dougherty-wIll go to
Accepted meetings fact, our bring higher of the Indian River East Coast Subscribe for
R the FRIDAY on or before Full Moon, senate. If the people could decide oranges resources section ,
nfTSO p. m., In Masonlo Hall In the Indira the matter by a popular vote we prices than those from other sections will yield a bountiful incometo this

River /State Dank building, Tltualfle. might predict the outcome with why should the telegraph be its inhabitants, and her people Paper. _

.. certainty, but to attempt to forestall expected to conceal the fact, or lie will not only possess a home where : .
brethren invited
to Visiting attend. are cordially the choice of the legislature about it? If we produce ten times the climate is superb, but will be Indianola. Pictures, 4 for 60cts. at Woodward'stent

WALTER S. GRAHAM, W. M. would be like betting on the verdict more pineapples than all other well-to-do with assured incomes; Titusville. Picture of a whole

JOSEPH MENDELL' Secret of a petit jury portions of the State combined, is sufficient to supply all reasonable family for 1 BOcts. Also fine collection of
It incumbent upon us to keep the requirements and be in
position Florida
Miss Lizzie Bergman Is visiting views for sale. 2'tf.
figures a secret to undertake the improvements of
friends in Cocoa this week.
INDIAN RIVER ADVANTAGES. If the breezes, that sweep, in our rivers and harbors without the
Oca numerous down-river subscribers from the Gulf Stream to the East aid of foreign capital, and embarkin Mr. and Mrs. Adams have returnedto PCRFECTCOCRYSTAL

will no doubt be anxious interior Coast, are warmer in winter and drainage operations and the their home in Nebraska. LENSES
Orange at pointsare
growers
tbtnowwhythey did not receive
list week's protesting against the publication cooler in summer than those which culture and manufacture of sugar Mr. Bergman killed a small rattlesnakenear Cease Nana,
ADVOCATE and may be have and other bu>ny rust sat
lost their freshness after staple products on a 1J.ys.
his
tielined to attribute its non-arrival of the dry, unvarnished market store one day this week.
,
I large scale and thus continue their
denetrating some 'thirty or forty ,
to.. negligence on our part. We quotations of Indian River pro. : material Sixty crates of beans were shipped
miles inland and
are we expected to prosperity progress.
ducts the go
would, as they dally in
of appear
say, byway explanation, TimesUnion out of our way to deny the fact "So mote it be." from here Monday. AS
because Indian
ttat the mail bag containing all River
our addressed to subscribers fruit is quoted at from one to two If our beautiful sound or river is Dr. mil and Mr. Pierce are the cham-

south papers of Rockledge was lost in dollars per box higher than that pronounced by the thousands of Sharpes. lon hunters; they* shot fifty quail the
tourists who become fascinated
by other day.
from other sections.
One
twelve feet of water when the grower
its
attractions be unrivalled
to
steamer. V. White capsized last says if the reports are correct it paradise for yachtsmen an or fisher Mr. S. C. Usher returned last Thunday Mr. Wallace is having a piece of land
Saturday. Our edition was entirely would pay him to abandon the north of his house cleared, for the parpose
men, should we caution them to evening from a trip to Ormond, on
exhausted when we learned of grove he has brought into bearingand the St. Augustine. of erecting a clu -house, which he J. E. ENDER & CO.
nothing about it lest
say some
,tie mishap or we should have sent begin anew on Indian River. hopes to complete by next winter.
lIe is correct. During the past other section should suffer by com. Miss N. P. Ellison, Mrs J. P. Usher Have exclusive sale of these celebrated
eat a second batch. Glasses In
Titusville.
five years many a good man has parison. and the Messrs. Usher went down on the The Pierce House Is full, and conse-

come to the same conclusion, and The South East Coast of Florida St. Sebastian Tuesday afternoon, for a quently, this village presents a lively and FAULKNER, KELLAM a MOORE,

dun things are expected by acted accordingly. A large per. has certain peculiar advantages.The week's stay at Lake Worth. business-like appearance. The only Manufacturing Opticians In

toe people of each county from i centage of our new settlers, of late orange buyer and grower, the Mr. McAbee who has been buying a OBSERVER. not the South, Atlanta, Ga. Peddlers are

their several representatives at the years, has been made up of those pineapple planter, the health as large amount of fruit In this neighborhood I supplied with these. goods. OfebCmo

coming session of the legislature.And who have succeeded in selling their well as the home seeker the tour. has brought upon himself well- Land Worth Inspecting.We .

many an enthusiast will be unprofitable holdings at less favorable 1st-in fact the vorW, has found deserved censure by refusing to hold to
disappointed to see his locations and them out, and it is only nescessary hi. In Titusville Meat Market.
pet hobby began over agreement taking Captain Sharp's are offering five and ten acre lots
ignored. One man, even though again on Indian River, and only for them to become known to be oranges. of the very best hammock land with the

be be an able one, will not have regret that their coming has beenso appreciated.Those Mr. and Mrs. 'Joseph Middley, Jr., left corners and boundaries plainly markedno
further coat for
who have located in other survey-one mile
things his own the long deferred. We shall ALL BINDS: OF
way not
among the Indian Ricer
from
on Thursday last. Minis' station,
i postoffice and
crowd of legislators that 'will assemble attempt to argue the point as to sections will gain nothing by the Needless to say, the usual expressions of school, at 25 to 30 dollars per acre. The Fresh

in Tallahassee next month. ; whether Indian River oranges are attempt to detract from our ad. regret at taking leave of Mr. Middley adjoining pine land is very high and and. Salt Meats, Eggs,
The law maker who confines his superior to those at interior vantages, for, as Dickens makes and his rolling and the neighborhood is exceptionally
grown charming' wife sincere
were
attention to a few important We Sam Weller say: "Comparisonsare ,- healthy. The land we offer Oysters, Fish FruIt &: YegetAbles
measures points. simply refer those odorous." may they return next winter fo another is unexcelled in the State either for the ,
and masters them thoroughly, who have any doubt on the subject season in the land of blue skies and svin- culture of citrus fruits or vegetables. IX SEASON
will succeed in doing more work to the unanswerable fact that theyare shine! Rich drained muck lands for vegetables CASH FOR
for his constituents than one who considered so in the great or sugar cane, at 20.00 per acre; and POULTRY EGGS, VEG-
aims random. all over the field.W markets of the country; and It is OUR COUNTY SELF-SUPPORT- When the S. V. White sought a temporary high pine hills, for homes, at 10.00 per TABLES, ETC.
rarr watery during the acre. Apply to; .
grave gale on 10 E. J. DAVIS
immaterial whether as &"u. Manager.Tax .
a matterof Indian River Loan and Investment Co.
she had
Saturday, as we supposed, both
fact they are superior or not, Dr. Holmes and Captain 6-tf. Robbins <& Graham, agents.
have received Vol. 1, No. 3 so long as they bring from one to It will be readily seen from the board. Sharpe on Notice.
.C the Florida Gazetteer two dollars box in Consequently some anxiety was I I will be at the different
a monthly per more open following figures that the Indian felt until the England's Great precincts In
publication, in pamphlet form, of market than fruit from other River country is self-supporting shiprucked mariners,, appeared Possessions. In the county on the days mentioned be
and announced that low
to receive
they were tax returns.
fifty-two pages. It is filled with points. If we were to attempt to and The
prosperous. orange crop not on the gallant vessel when the acct A slight conception of the extent of March 1801.
Interesting matter concerning all show wherein Indian River fruit is for this season will exceed seventy- dent occurred. the British empire be Haulover,. . _. ...Tuesday 10th.
portions of the State and Is widely superior, we would become involvedin five thousand boxes. The trans this The fastest may gained from LaGrange.Wed'day,11th./
. ocean steamer afloat
circulated, particularly among the an endless discussion, and the portation companies have moved Titusville.Tharedayl2tit..
-3r. P. McDonald
notels nuW occupies the I would occupy more time in traversing City Point,.... .... Friday 13th.
depots, reading-rooms, etc., growers from interior points would 60,000 boxes to date and
up 15,000 place of Mr. Harry Wood as manager of the space covered by either the lengthor Merritts Island Sanders Sat. 14th.
throughout Florida, as well as in not be convinced by any argumentor boxes is a low estimate of what. the California Fruit Transportation Co., breadth of her Indian Rockledge...........Monday 16th.
Many other Btat .. The Gazetteerwill evidence we might adduce. Our remains on the trees. at Titusville. possessionsthan Georgian.Tuesday,17th.
no doubt excellent It does to cross the Atlantic. Ex- Eau Gallic_... .... .
prove an oranges bring fancy prices, and it The shipment of vegetables has Wed'day,18th.
advertising medium for Florida is traordinary as the comparison may seem, Melbourne,... .... .Thursday.lSth;
as scarcely probable the buyers been very heavy for the past ten Pineapple Land Cheap.
well British possessions in Australia and Canaveral,.. ... .Saturday, 21st.
as its patrons. We feel flat- would go on, year after year pay. days. The boats of the Indian 283 acres of good pineapple land, two North America Malabar .. .... .. Monday, 23rd,
tared at the numerous selections it ing one dollar per box extra for River Steamboat Company free miles south of Eden, little riverfront are sufficiently large to Sebastian,. ... ..Tuesday 24th. .
contains taken from and duly fruit that is no better than that ,quently bring up a thousand crateson but the entire tract very is : cover India four and a half times and Narrows, . . Wed'day, 25th.
high land over, and still leave enough of Fort Pierce . _
.,
credited ,
to the ADVOCATE. Send which sells at lower territory Thursday,26th.
a figure. a single from the lower .
for trip and averages one quarter of a mile back to cover the area of Great Britain and Eden,.. . . .FrIday, 27th.
a sample copy to C, M. Gard- A matter-of-fact individual was river and it is not likely that the : from
; river Price: ,$12.50 per acre. Speak Ireland five times Fort Drum,. ....Tuesday 31st.
more.-5t.
1aer.ralatkFlorida.. i placed in jail by the authorities shipment of vegetables will dimlno' quick KobUns Graham. 6 tf LouisKtJMtlfo. W R. SATOE&B,
Assessor for Brevard county.


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IY1LLB POULTRY FARM, i FEAN HT*. ::SU-DGE., '\ '"

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SEVILLE FLA.
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Glass Sash

ed Poultry of Eiery Description ____ HARDWARE 'DL- :


Paints> ,, Oils. WDoors & Blinds> ,:


RESU EGGS, FANCY STOCK.

HOTEL TRADE A SPECIALTY. Crockery, r.rlu".nrc, "Wood & (7 i usoli ice Cook HlOVCH.Onlns filled same Uy received Pi'lees guaranteed. '



"'hers fey wire filled same day received. F. T.: BUDGE], Titusville, Fla. ,

\.Write for particulars and prices.

|9fu>3mo r. B. JOHNSTON Manager.A Columbus" with a party of northernersand Notice.To 'H. 11. OLMSTEAD f

the "Delplilne" in charge of Mr. All\Vhom It May Concern ,

Story of Watcroo. Jerome. His party the first day caught NOTICE IS 1IERK11Y GIVEN that applica The Pioneer Dealer In INDIAN RIVER LIIIYIBERIncorporated
will lie made the of
to Legislature!
200 pounds of fish and second day 8oO
the State of Florida at Its next fccMon, to fuse
The only prisoner made by the pounds, all parties voting that it wa ,a local or.fiHH'UI Mil to legalize the Incnrt'ora'tlon GENERAL MERCHANDISE
English ,
of the Town of Fran:: faille. In the county ollrevanl.
ene i at Waterloo was a French gener- the best fishing grounds they had seen and to declare! the \liicorpnratlim of OC>1\lIP.a..N"Y:
on Indian River. Kan OAlllo valid and of full force and elf<.'tam Eau Gallie. ,
whose capture was due to the cool i to dellne the boundaries of ail Town of tan: f-

UteaA and stout heart of a young brigade :Mr. A. Bell, of Ten Mile Creek Is bUllY lalllp, and to change the present, Imnndarle no Feb. Q8th :1891.:
that the corporate limit will contain sections I keep In Stock a Choice variety of ,
ajor,anxious: for an adventure. Dang shipping vegetables; In fact everyone Is I., ft/, 8,9. r., HI;, IT, ju: 21 and 22 of Townrhlp 27 '
Houtli, hangs:37 ta_\. GROCEIUES, HARDWARE, '
| the battle several regiments of cavry The painters are at work on )[r.Quay's 20feb,apltt.: TITUSVILLE FLA. : M '

and Infantry were kept in reserve, house and soon hope to have the CROCKERY TOILET ARTICLES, ETC -, ,---, .. .

:rifer a heavy fire from the French guns. outride work done Town Ordinance. And will Sell: as Low as the Lowest. COMPLETE STOCK OF

}teat was the havoc and neither men Mr. Jim Bell has got: the saw mill running lie It ordained liy" the Town Council of the Call and examine my Stock 18 House Boat and Skiff Lumber '
bor horses relished the attitude Town of Tltunvllte that the right of pawape to ,
passive again in first class order, and II I and from the Indian inter over the utrcetn of
i which they Were condemned. While thla Town having their termini u)>on the bank Brick Lime Cement Fire-Brick
ready to supply lumber and shingles on J. E. ENDER CO.
of Mid river,or over wharves at the end of said &
k of officers in front of theft ,
group young short notice. street' ,particularly, over Main and BnadstreetS '

| wing of the reserve, were discussing and free tile the wharves at,the and termini thereof WatohmahoraAN; : Mouldings Lath and Shingles
Frank Everett has two men hard at shall lie to public that the mine ,
,the situation, their attention was are pulillo pnijiertr. All lusts may land. at ml'
work clearing the land he has lately streets or the wharves conntmctvd or which 1)MANUFACTURING Brackets Pickets Turned
ttracted to a French general and may hereafter coimtructed at the ends thereof JEWELERS Work.
ahead ,
for Go
bought ready pineapples.
and may inaVo such reasonable line thereof Mnhnll ,
his staff all oh
horseback who
were Frank, we wish you good luck.A not exclude other Ixwu from the like line TitiiHvil o. Flu :EJcn.1SOS Urr/xmoca.: to; OzrcSLox
Booking through their glasses at the AnypernonorconMiration shall exclude
gentleman boarding at the St. Lu- or attempt to exclude the public from the free II. HANSON, Mummer.ProfoHHionnl ,
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One of --
the
Englishmen. group was Capt. ON of uid streets or wharves,except an may he ,
ndo Hotel went hunting a few miles back hereafter provided by Council, by charring Repairing of Fine and ComplicateWatches
|llalkett, a young brigade major, mou In the woods and shot three fine deer In wharfaite or In any other manner shall upon ; setting of Diamonds and other Cardw.T J. M. Sanders Co. v
on a thoro Dhbred. Suddenly he conviction thereof lie lined not exceeding; A.MO; Previous Stone ,
four shots that is the best done this for each olTence or Imprisoned 1 not exceeding
exrl: med: "Splay anyone 5 that 1 Sixty days, at the dlvcrcHon of the court. Alligator\ and Hog .Tusks Carved and L. OAULDEN Dealers
,
[will that French here season This (irdlnanl'il"hall take effect Immediately Mounted for cane-huads, brooches, ete. ). A
bring general over ,
on Ito approval by the Major and publlcatloi
Shell made
W. T. HAADIX.
Jewelry DRY
for thirty days.Approved GOODS NOTIONS
dead alive. Who'll" take bet?" ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
[ or my Feb.30, 1861.r In S. Ray's new building, opposite ,.
{"Done,. done, doner'! shouted several Council Meeting Yesterday.At ilzNJ.It.1VtLSON.:: corner from 1'ostoflice. Titraviu-K riA.TAS. .. ,
of TlUlavine. Prompt attention to all orders by mallor CROCKERY,
(officers. J.W. Rool'nll: ,'Town Clerk. 8 '
the regular meeting/ Council otherwise. 21nov T. SANDERS, SADDLERY,
The captain .examined the saddle yes .
I terday, the reports of marshal: and collector Sheriff Sale.<< STATIONERY: ,
f girths and his pistols. Then shouting and of the clerk and treasurer ATTOUNEV-AT-LAW, FAMILY
MEDICINES
|"Good-byP'! and putting spun to his were received and approved, and several T TX1>KR of and the by virtue of execution IMIKM HODGES & GODFREY Will practice In all the Courts of the Seventh GARDEN SEEDS.-,
\J out county court of Itrevard connty e"a
bone he dashed at a furious acres : bills, which were presented, were ordered Judicial Ircult of Florlibt.
pace State of Florida, In certain UII..lndelllnlInJr
paid. a cause 1'. O. 1II.IJIS.: TITrSVlLIJ!, FLA. CIIOICK GUO( J:IUI:S. ,
the plain between the British and lines : wherein W. L. Thoinns U l Manufacturer of
The resignation of J. P. Turner was and Charle* Herndon In defendant, doted the Money tn Ixwn. !I HAY, CORN, MAI'}: )' FERTILIZERS, 1
Ills comrades followed him with their! accepted.The 6th Jar of March A. 1) 1MU, I have levied upon
and will Bell to the hi best bidder\ for cash I before > Yellow Pine Lumber IKOHOK M. IblUlll.t W ALT \&R. C1RAIIAMJOH111NS FINE PATENT FLOUR.
glasses, not speaking a word. Th time for payment of taxes was the court bonne ikior. In Tltiiat'Hie. FloridaIwtween ,, Ooooct. F10r:1dn. 1Se
"Frenchmen opposite seemed puzzle extended, and the collector ordered not the lepnl I hour of sale, on !Monday tin A GIUIJAM[, :
( to make sale until the first Monday In 6th day of April, A.1), lain, the following lumU. 111\1'(111 DUKMHEU,
that the hors and In Mid Orange hex n......,
>Believing Englishman's adveitisement lying IwlnR county and state aforesaid
June. The of sale to be- and described follow,to wit t rult A Vegetable. Cr.l_ A TTOnNE\1'-1.\W, 'VV. Rogers
I had bolted, and that the rider had lost gin so as to give five Insertions before lleRlnnlm: at the section line in yard north Lumber delivered at any' part of Indian Rive TiTrsviM.it Brovanl Co. rlorUln. ,
[ control of him, they opened their ranks day of sale. of the southeast corner of the northeast quarter on through bill of lading. Anyone conteinplal DEALER IN CLOTHING, '
of the outhweet quarter of section 8, townnhlp lug bnllillng: the Ka: ..t Coast, would do well to< r. o.liox, 2M.WIIII'ral'tl. .
The marshal that he had
; to let the runaway through. Halkot : reported putdown 21 south of range 3B eat; thence go: wet his write for price The !fttwmlll situated on the ... In all time nOllntle*of the Seventh Gents. Furnishing Goods Shoes Hats j
steered his steed so to the a sidewalk in front of the property' yards; th"nl'1It1'south 02 yards; thence go west J.,T.&: K. W, It).,a mile south of 1-alatka. Circuit antI In the Supreme' ('..nrt. Special fa. ,
as graze of A. C. Gardner, on the north side of !32S yard, to went line of Mid quarter; thence i Cocoa,E. Billing Eau lalllo, Eugene< ... for Examining and IVrfertlng land Caps Trunks
i Umbrellas
; mounted general on the right side At block three for a distance of 197 feet, at RO eat north on a along line parallel the said 1 with line 2-the&.'{ yard north; Hue thence of Ante. Omo.pa Titles.anIHeln('"",,*|to>ondeiire, sollrlMd Irants. from Claimants Yallses

that instant lie put'his arm around the a cost of 211.30( and he was Instructed nald quarter 440}yards thence BO eolith on the Sntsuina lights|; PUtUI111 ('0., I la. Hpnnlnh' Ixmn. FINE CIGARS, Etc.

Frenchman's waist, lifted him bodily out to present the bill to the owner for pay east line of said and quarter 1M yards 20 to the placeof Money to I The only house In town making a spe
beginning; containing acres more or
of the saddle, and, throwing him over ment. le**. lurcluuer to pay for title. GEO. ALTREE clalty of OenU. Furnishing U.dR.
The ordinance committee were requested Dated thin the 41th day of !March, A. I). IRflLJAMiwE. TAIL M. D. L. UODSOX Drop In and examine my stock, and 1
his horse's neck turned and ,
own sharp HOWXA44t *,
to frame an ordinance to prevent 6fiSPECIALIST
('allh'IIMtomel'll)
compare prices commend \
AND AGENT
BROKER COMMISSION
made for the English lines. When the the throwing of paper, trash and garbage flherllf llrevard County, Kla every consideration competitors

general's staff realized\ the meaning of In tho streets, and also an ordinance pre- TitiiHvillo Fla. IX OPERATIVE, SURGICAL claim to confer.
,
the erection of frame buildings Notice.In .
the bold rider dashed after him venting Call when '
they convenient First loot
;
for Pianos and Florida
within certain boundaries to be knownas Agent Organs; A MECHANICAL DENTISTRY
but he had a good start, and not a fire limit County Court, Itrtvard County, Florida. Brick and Lime; New Process Gasoline south of ADVOCATK o lee.

Frenchman dared to fire for fear of hitting The street question was thoroughly Common Law, 1891. /Stove that cannot explode. TITUBV1LLK, FUJR1DA.D ,
the discussed, and it was decided that the OHOLITII, HAA &,: OUTHMAM' ) AoumpMt Will at all times handle every (dUcrlpt .

general. best interests of the town would not i 1'.G. HOOKABAV.VI )> damage':J50.00.* Ion of New and /Second Hand Furniture ,11. B. I. WILLS, DIXON & GRAY, ,
Half a squad of English dragoons seeing warrant the acceptance of the last pro- To F.O. HOCKABAV Dofemlwit. .In fact will get anything to supply the Dealers lu

Ilalkett chased by a dozen French position submitted by Mr. Parrot for the ARE HE1LEUY NOTIFIED,That a writ wants of the People.Tradesmen's PHYSICIAN A: SURGEON,

officers, charged them. They opened Railway Company which did not provide YOU attachment hiss been issued againstyou Soiled Stocks Disposed of A graduate of the University of Penn. Dregs, Chemicals Perfumery, Mil ,

their ranks to let Ilalkett through dosed that the franchise revert to the town Incase and your property attached to satiety the Will sell on Commission by private treaty; and Articles Fine Soaps "
sylvanla an of Stationery
experience
the terminus should be removed demand of OhoUtln Haaa and (Uutbinan plaintiffs or Public Auction, anything you wan twenty 'f
them up again the moment he was In from Titusville. The matter was referred I herein amounting to $150.87.Now to turn Into money. years In practice, offers his services to JEWELRY
,
the and then forced the Frenchmen unless you shall appear before the Jadn Goods absolute the citizens of Titusville and vicinity.
rear, to a committee composed Gf of our Mid Court at the courthouse In Tltuylfle Cash advanced on for SPECTACLES AHEW1NO :
to turn swiftly and seek shelter under :Messrs. Fischer and Belcher, "with instructions in Mid county of Discard,on or before the Bth sale OFFICE:; OVER j. w. HOOEIIS: co. MACHINES.. .
of April A. 1). 1891,the same being rule day
their own guns. Amid the maddest to draft a suitable ordinance and plead, or demur to the declaration of the RUE Onnn, Pistols, Sewing/ Machineand*
to be submitted to the J., T. and K...W.Iv' plaintiff, filed herein Judgment will be rendered N J ( Sj LA P ELY, Kepalred. Watches
Machinery Clock
Ilalkett In front of the
cheering stopped ,
Company for their approval; said against you by default, and your property sold and
British lines, with the general half dead, ordinance to embrace a grant to the to satisfy the debt. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 17tu DIST Jewelry Specialty
WITHER! the Hooorable Minor 8. Jones, Qd
but securely clasped In his strong arms. Railway Company of sixty feet In widthIn Judge( of Mid Court,as well as A. A. Stewart, r j i Notary Fubllo for the Rut at Larg School Books and School SuppHes.,
the centre of Broad street to the river clerk of Mid Court,and the Mal of Mid Court, OD Contractor and Builder of over M years' experience. Subscriptions taken at publlslier's prices,
He jumped from his hone, apologises shore, and all the riparian rights In at the court house In TlUsvllle this 3rd day of t ,..tIastl toN Natural Finish alllteOlaltl.MEUIOUIUiI for Newspapers, Books, :Magazines, etc.
March A D. 1SU1. A.A. BTIWABT,Clerk.
to his prisoner for the unceremonious :, rLA.
front of said street, for the entire width, JAMS T. RAKDKBS: Prescriptions carefully compounded Ht. "
way in which he had been handled, and, so long as used for railway purposes, 1'Wntin'sAttorney. Not -- -" any time, day or night. ,,1... .

In reply to the congratulations at his and agreeing on the part of the town to tit ..o ;:: '"OV:1111.nxn.: IP'tttoh

comrads said, simply "Praise bone I procure releases from all abutting lot Notice.In Drug '
my :' owners when it can do so without pur Q _Drayman.Hauling :
not me."' The captured general was chasing the same." the Circuit Court for the 7th Judicial t1 done at reasonable rates. Attends ,

treated with the utmost courtesy and It was the sentiment of Council, that Circuit of Florida, In and for llrevard AkL'1 .fft11 all departing, and meets all arrlv. Patent Medicines

consideration.-Exchange. In case the Railroad Company refused to county, A. D. 1891. In Chancery. leg trains. '..
accept the grant as outlined above and CHARLES A. SMITH) I Orders left with O. B. Rumph or at '

should refuse to agree that the grant LAC.A SMITH.vs. )I Bill for Divorce. ADTOCATB: office will receive prompt Elegant Perfumery ud Toilet Articles .
Fort Pierce.The shall revert to the town In case their attention.
I It by the bill of com iJdJ
terminal should be removed from Titus- I WHEREAS Died appean la the above entitled 0 Kept constantly on hand at
ville or if the property should no longer A. Prollohor
St. Lude House Is crowded with! cause sworn to by complainant! and that the li
be used for railroad purposes, that Coun- Mid defendant, Laura Hmlth, resides without TITUSVILLE, FLA., J. B. Screven'S'
northern visitors. ell would abandon all hope of an adjustment toe State of Florida, and that aba Is over the : \
of the matter and not to ace of twent)- that the place of Keeps a full :Metallic and .
'
uw.i attempt Wooden .I.
The ru is shut down In order to the resilience of defendant U unknown,and that saEDEN PLUTO
enforce the ordinance in which the town 8TOJIK.
said bill is filed for the purpose of procuring a
undergo repairs. asserts control of Broad street, but let decree of divorce between tile complainant and Coffin, Cases and Casket

Senator Quay's handsome residence the entire matter remain without action Mid defendant.defendant' It ,is Laura therefore Smith ordered do appear that and the Funerals attended if desired All orders AUto the latest Newspapers, PcrlodU.,'

will soon be ready for the painters. until next November, and plaee the responsibility answer Hid bill at tbe clerk's office, la Titus promptly executed, and at reasonable cats, etc. 2'
upon the new government, Tulle Brevard county,Florida. oo or before the rates Embalming done 2
Carpenters are at work: on a very fine which,oming/ fresh from the people at alb day of Jane sold A.defendant D. tsar or confessed.Mid bill will be FOR ,

boat house at the head of the dock. that time, will reflect their sentimentsand taken It Is against further ordered tbat s the* notice of this P. J'. I11LTCONTRACTOR /,

have no hesitancy making a settle order" published weekly for the space of tone
:Mr. and :Mrs. :Maine are expected back ment. months In the EAST COAST ADVOCATE a news- PINEAPPLE & BUILDER,

from Jacksonville: In a few days. paper Florida.published Titusville, Bren'd; county, Titusvillo Fla. Wines & Spirits;

Ordered at Chambers In Fla. this ,
Carlton brothers made quite a ship- Delsnd ,
QueeR Victoria's crown Is the handsomest 26th day of February A.D.1W1.
ment of tomatoes on Wednesday. la the world. It was made by JOB D. BROOKE Estimates furnished on application.
the Queen's order In 1838 by Rundeli Judge of the Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit PLANTATION. Correspondence and patronage solicited. :Beers
:Mr. J. Tyler having his handsome of Florida. Mmo3UC.
A Bridge and contains 1,303! brilliants ,
,
1 certify tbat the foregoing a true copy of
residence painted, which Improves the 1,273 rece diamonds, 147 Urge diamonds, the order of publication made In thus case

looks greatly. four large pear shaped pearls 273 round Titusvllle,Fla., March A.2nd A. STIWAST 1891. ,Clerk. T. 33. B.1ehnrd. :. 33. XlUXlUOll, CIGARS, ETC.

Mr.James ;Bell was made the happy pearls, four large rubies, one of which D. L. OAULOIV Eden Indian Hirer Florida \\S. ,
I. of extraordinary size, one large sap- Solicitor complainant. tmar3ni BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER OF TUB FINEST QUAUTT

father of another boy, a few days ago, of! >hire and fifteen smaller ones, and eleven 00 TO

which he Is very proud.It imeraids. The crown has a crimson velvet Notice. Titusville Fla. ;
T. W. S ,
;;
bordered with ermine ,
has been an ideal winter here for weighs cap,thirty-nine ounces five penny.weights and IS HEREBY GIVEN' of the forma- Drayman, Work contracted for on any part of Losloy & Renaker

farmers, and an truck: growers expect to troy weight. Small wonder NOTICE of a corporation to be known as the Indian River. 8Jno.
Will attend to all kinds of Hauling Families Supplied.
make a good thing out of It this year. that the Queen seldom wean It It Is 'Canaveral Land and Harbor Improvement ,
( ," with of build***at Titniirille
place and
Company promptly, cheaply expedltlously.
the massive gold and silver of
We of our most charm- settings Florida. The general nature, of the liiulne to McAllister .
losing ome
are
the jewels that makes it so heavy. be transacted by the company will be tile Improvement Will deliver baggage for passengers ,
ing residents in MM. Dora Tubbs, who, The design consists of fonr diamond of the harbor at tile Bight of Caaav- t
eras In Brevard county,Florida; the eonitruetl- arriving or departing on train or steam- t
with her daughter, left here on Maltese crosses above a band of pearls n. maintenance and o|> r tion of Her at laid Contractor for

the fit Lucie tn route for Tampa. We and filled in with four fleur-de-lis, or polntl the buying, Imjiroireiuent and telling of Mats.
Prince or Wales plumes (both forms being real nuu; the building of a rart and of a Can be found at the Railway Stationor
all wish her a be* toyage and a quick _menial port st a cite M be aelected by lbscompany 'r Artesian Wells
residence In
identical In jewels). From the four on said harbor; and the I'oera.lIwI1- at my South Titus vllle. It, lJd ,
return. Maltese crosses issue imperial arches MW of a town site company; tie cotutruction U. S. Mall Carrier. fi i1t'
made of oak leaves and acorns in pearls and operation of s traniwayeonneetlng said IM
On Sunday evening there died at the ; with tile Banana Elver. The amount of the i lau Gallic, Fla.
the the cups, however, are diamonds. In capita stack authorized ball for tile ....-nt.be pd-Onio
Edgar House a gentleman by name the centre of the Maltese crops that U in are tlxMiaand dollar, to be paid up In full. rI

of Mr. Hagg, who came here from Toledo front of the crown is the famous ruby The company shall commence lu corporate extenoe 'h I
.. ....,.
i a* lu artiile of amocutlon and
Ohio, a few months ago suffering laid to have been given to Edward the bylaws are filed with tb*Clerk of Court; of Hr.. W. N. HENDRY r
with consumption. Everything possiblewas Black Prince by Don Pedro, King of raid county ad with tb Secretory of State ,
Castile after the battle of Najero near and oontinu for the term of twenty rear*.
,
done for him, but of no avail. The boilne of the company will be conductid Dealer In
V. this
Wttoria in 1367. Henry wore by pmldont, secretary and treasurer,and aboard S'611w 4r't'weAln jCfdGarw
Mr. Heeman and daughter, of Key ruby in his helmet at the battle of Agin- of not IOM than three director, the num.bet I It
to be fixed each year by the tockbolder > ; yguaaP General Merchandise
West, who was one of our earliest settlers court __ ________ The officer hall be elected: by the diraeuin who ,
ball tbenuelrc be elected by the stockholder
1
and who Interests Notice.
owns large on ...
&* tb annual meeting to be held the ant
the river, spent the past week here, and Town Warrant Lost-Notice U hereby Tuesday of March of Neb year. Tb highest DRY GOODS, THE ADVOCATEJob
amount of Indebudnee to which tb -
is now at Eden visiting the famous grove given that I have lost warrant No. 201 .caa at any' time subject Itself shah ouryornio noi exxoeed NOTIONS, .

bearing hit name. He U greatly astonished for $100, Issued by the town of TItus- ninety per cent "f its capital atovk
paid... STATIONERY
the vast and that on JI1110 liT W. TirrriK' Printing DepartmentIs
at Improvement since he rule, In my favor; payment '. '
ftlDIKV wILat. .
was here last In IMS. the same has been stopped; and that I 0&0. M.Yoestas.WALtxa Choice Groceries *

The last few weeks the Inlet has been have applied for the Issuance of a dupli- WILLIAM K.A.ORAUM WOUBWABD, I Ready to do Your !orb /, ,

lively with steam launches, the "City of ate. Robert A. XUrdee. 5St i Not lacvrpvtMors. )1D1S, FLA. a





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1 Man. I The brusque, and, fussy impulSe
; Tt Perfect
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Reeling on Monday I1.4eo ALLIANCE secure
[EWS AND NOTES in 'view'of thoetnbaraas ; And the would rat4
oIf! borrower fails to pay the interest > i'I ruler of measurement impression* < down
following
mcnts of the corporation that it make a foreclosetiome'one )Is sure I The
government used the ancient Greek sculptors all as worthless because one
central: a+alignment property. for tho forward and take np the mortjraze. here by
ONDENSED FROTELEGRAPH benefit of its creditorsV AN OUTSIDER'S OF W step. There is every reason to be. in modeling a perfect mans i is unworthy.

AND CABLE. A dispatch of Tuesday from Little THE GREAT ORDER.He lieve that among the neighbors of the From the twelfth crown the to' the statue nape of of a perfectly the ,As if there were no motesin

Rock, Ark., says,; The joint committeeon I original owner none could be found to neck is one hand from the
the auditor's! and treasurer's books the property to be sold when formed man. The sunbeams I
allow
Rpltome'of Incidents that Hap- have completed their investigations.. The Thinks the AlUan' Will be to Ihcy could borrow the money at two percent wrist to the end :of the middle finger of Is Or comets among stars I

pen'from,Day, ta Day., report shows that ex-Treasurer Wood. y'Victorious' In;'189$> .: to buy it at half its 'value. The one-tenth of the total height of a man Or cataracts in peaceful

ruff, after counting all the funds in his proposition is to loan to any one who perfect proportions.
tall
: fund to possession indebted to the state in the real estate, that is to loan the government A man of good proportions a as rivers I
amounts has his fingers
of
The Sherman statue sum of 160,228, over and above the Colonel Joseph K. Rickey a legal resident credit. The government will not' the distance between the tips Because one remedy
full
138.633. amount paid in by his bondsmen. The of Calloway county, Mo, but his in real estMe. The property when both arms are extended to professes

Prince Jerome Napoleon died at Rome, committee makes no recommendations traveling is I., varied that it may l>e well" be an will operator never be encumbered for more length. to do what it never

Hitaly, on Tuesday! : i A dispatch'from Syracuse, N. Y., says said the boundless continent Is his abiding than its value and if it hm to be (akin The face from the highest point of to thi the was adapted to do, are. all

The democrats of Springfield, lit, are I At 5 o'clock Sunday morning, before the place. Ho has for years been for foreclosure some of the neighborswfil forehead where their hair begins, worthless ?
Bireparing for a grand Palmer ratificationKneeling st some stage of the Congressional sessions always be found to take it at the end of the chin, is one-tenth of the whole remedies

next week. firemen had left the scene of the disasterof at Washington,"'always] a visitor, assessed value, since they can raise upon stature of a man of perfect mould. Because one doctor lets his
the previous day, fire broke out in St.James' ., in touch with the the face from the root of the hair to
keeping pulse affectingthe If
r
to
B of at two cent enough
Tho United States Savings banky the property per die are all humbugs ?
and having patient
Episcopal church ,
three
has Closed its doors and public welfare and enjoying the off the encumbsranco. It ii what the chin be divided into equal parts
made Topcka an, Kan.assignment. destroyed that structure, spread to and companionship of the more conlplcuousmagn&te. pay gov rnment ought to do, as it is the only the first divl.ion determines the place It requires a fine eye anda
destroyed McLOnnan flats. It is believedone the
trust. In Interview the should meet,
holding public an where eyebrows
make Money is Drain discriminateto
I shoe firm of that can money. finer to
The wholesale boot and burned : The loss is power
woman was if the
up. on the issues of the day he baa the will not second the opening of the nostrils
r. and II. Simpkins & Co., of Cincinnati, about $100,000, making tho total fire loss following to say regarding the Farmers' a necessity.than is People sufficient to supply producemore their man be in perfect form. draw the differential line.

baa made an assignment. during the twentT-four hours $1,200,000.The Alliance. On being questioned as to who own wants, unless they can exchangetheir The proportions of the human figureare "They say" that Dr. Pierce'sGolden

Llppencott's lamp chimney works at bureau of American repbulici has was the coming man whom the people surplus for the products of some six times the length of the right foot.
Findlay, 0., were destroyed by fire Sat. information that the overtures made by will support that is in line with the else. Whether the form is slender or plump the Medical Discovery and

nrdsy. Loss,. f4 ,OOO. the government of Canada to the govern- West and South on economic questions, body rule holds good on an average. Any Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription -

The carpenters of Chicago will go on a ment of British Guiana, for a reciprocity the C'010nelsald : LIT11IGBTOS' *'8*CIBCULAB. deviation from 'the rule is a departurefrom have cured thousands.

strike on April let, un'css their demandsfor treaty were rejected by the latter on the "There has come Into existence in the tho beauty of proportion. It is
of
an increase of wages/ is granted.W. ground that an arrangement of this char last year and a half, an organizationknown President Livirgstoj, the the Georgia following claimed :Igat the Greeks made all their "They say for a weak system
Farmers' has published
acter with the United States is preferred, as theTAnatER8' Alliance to this rule.
W. H. Ilerndon, Abraham Lincoln'slaw letter: To WHOM IT MAT CoNcEnN.Insinuations statues according there's nothing better than
and author of "Life of Lin-i and the government ,of British Guiana AtLIAHCE.'
partner, hava been made that and that the
would not enter into agreement The reason of this organization was that the Discovery
Bcoln, is.deadj aged seventy-three years. any officials connected with the State Allianceof BROWH'S Iron Bitter* cnrei Dy!P*pela, Malaria
whch would with the neither would take advanced General Deblllt,. Oires is
V prevent reciprocity party steps Biliousness and Favorite Prescription" the
have been
Enlistments in the would should be chargedwith
navy the Georgia o btrength, aides Ulgmtion, tonal the nerY6I-
United States. toward relieving agricultural massesin
stopped for the present, as tho number of conduct unbecoming said officials crease appetite. The best tonlo for Naming hope of debilitated, feeble
men allowed by law have been secured.B The London Times, of Tuesday morning the way of increasing the circulation, and such intimations have been standingfor Mothers, weak women and children.
to the United States or, in other words, giving them sufficient women who need a restora-
referring
The court of the United States coPY. some time before the public. Now as On July Silt the earth la farther away from
will hear supreme arguments on the New York right bill, remark: "The examination money. The republican party has ad- president of the State Alliance of Georgia the sun than at any other time.A tive tonic and bracing nervine.
hered and continues to adhere to the
electrocution case on the first Monday of I of the text of the bill shows that in some single standard. The democratic party and solely for the good of the order, Chance Make. Aleaey. And here's the proof-
directions at least, it is better than ex
next month. antithe both at home and abroad, I I feel It my duty to inform others of my ino
I pected. point is that it embracing New York Pennsylvania insist that for unbecomingofficial cess plating spoons,caatora,jewelry, etc. Th.fll'It Try one or both. If theydon't
The Rock Island Railway Company has offers real copyright/ to works of art, so New England states, is equally opposed any week 1 cleared $j.6O,and in three weeks
laid off 60 per cent of its men in the artists in better to the double standard. Now the conduct on the part of any **. By addressing the Lake Electric Uo., help you, tell the World's
European are a position
officer of the State Alliance Englewood Ill., can get circulars biz
yards Chicago, the object. ,being a reduction than authors. The provision of the bill farming and laboring classes of people, or be agent made tho executive of the, months ago 1 was you poor! now bare a nice home Dispensary Medical Association
of expenses.A which provides tht.authors have the solo believing that they could not get relief Chiracs to and bank account ail the product of SJ invested -
State Alliance; and for any conduct other in a Plater._A_RJi.AD1'.lI: so, and you get your
congressional redistricting bill has right to dramatize their books is also from either party have organized themselves
Alliance has
such the State
than jurisdiction
been introduced in the New Jersey Icgis- important." all over the United\ States into whatis as be made before the- afflicted with pore eyes use Dr. T.aao Thomp- money back again. ...
over charges ron's Eyn-water.DrunrlBta at25o bottle.
per
lature. It for district known as Alliance ordors. I am creditably -
provides a new
under the A London dispatch of Tuesday says: informed by those who have access sub-Alliance to which any officer may be TT W" __ ...._ .. ..._
census. A bill has the B& passed parliament vesting i I will executive -
attached. call the state

B The jury in the suit bf the state of corporation of Strantford' county of voters to their now rolls that in the there organization are over 4,000,000, and committee together at any time upon MOTHERS T K1EJNU A lifi l

Maryland against tho second bond of rx- Bucks trustees of to be
as Shakespeare's notice that charges are ready presented
that by 1802 they confidently 0OffNSiABo
Treasurer Archer Rave: a verdict for f 121 ,- birthplace and other memorial places, which is one-half of and do all and anything in my tj b
expect 0,000,000
897( the lull amount claimed. with power to purchase the Anne White- the entire voting population, of the United power to have a full, fair and just investigation Zlij =

I Peter A. Classen, wrecker of the Sixth wsy cottage and Wilmcoto cottage which States. Their and at tho instance of any person.Or .
principal complaint
Nation bank, in New York city, has belonged to Shakespeare's mother. The demand is more There is onlyso if the executive committee of the State : LESSENS MiffTENDING.lt i i l[
sentenced ean' St. James Gazette tho money. those who :
been to six: imprisonment congratulates much gold and silver in the world, Alliance is objectionable to ,

in Erie county penitentiary. country upon the passage! of the bill, and only a certain amount can be are disposed to bring charges against anyor : i+Tg2!; tip X
pro-
I A dispatch of Tuesday says: The trial which, it says, is a timely precaution and duced. Money is intended aa an ex all the officials of the State Alliance j \ -8ROli -

of Charles,E. Kincald for tho killing of will prevent the removal of these properties change. It is the duty of the governmentto then I will call the State Alliance togetherand I ='e =

Congressman Taulbee, of Kentucky to America provide a sufficiency of money as muchas submit the whole matter to that body.L oLIFf. i !: JJ:

lias been postponed until Monday next. Acting Attorney-General Taft, on it its to provide police protection and F. LITINOSTON 1 -
I : Tuesday notified counsel for Marshal facilities. Now if have not Pres. Ga. F. A. and I. U.
A fire at Fowlcrvillo, Mich., Monday postal we 9
destroyed the post office, express office, Field & Co., Boyd, Sutton & Co., and sufficient gold and silver as a basis for see IMlNISHItG ERa nmuj

I opera house and a largo number of bust.nos Stcrnbock & Co., in their suits against money it is ho duty of the governmentto Under the heading, "The Alliance Will _

blocks and dwellings. Loss $100- the United States, involving tho constitutionality provide an additional basis. I think Enter Politics," Th Southern Allianet MOTHERPC r : ..

000 with very small insurance. of the McKinley: tariff act; the idea that has been suggested and Farmer says "The Alliancemen of IiLJ.

i The first application for repayment, of that in view of tho importance of the. which has been presented to the congress Georgia BOW realize the fact that to succeed WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN COLD.If .
questions at issue, the government is unwilling and the enactment of laws
I the direct tax has been received at the of the United States in the shape of a secure
It from Qov- to submit tho cases, except after bill by Oov.' Lelaud Stanford of California looking to their relief, it is necessary for a price can be placed on pain Mother's Friend" Is worth Its weight In
two
department was
treasury wife suffered In ten minutes with either of her other
gold. My more
full oral Under the of
\
ernor lllll, of New York, and the amount argument. ruling the most practical, safe and satisfactory them to enter the polit'cal arena, and children than she did altogether with her last, having; previously used four
B of money called for was about $2,225,000. tho supreme court Monday, this action method of providing money that elect to office: men who are in full and I bottles ,of "Mother's Friend." It Is a blessing to any one expecting; to become -
I postpones the hearing of the cases until has been suggested by any human being. hearty sympathy with their cause. If we I a mother. Oeo. F. Lockwood Carml, 111.
Rev.: J. A, White who was expelled the second Monday: of October. That is, to loan money directly to the thought the Farmers' Alliance would not I Write The Bradflold Rogntator Co., Atlanta, Ga., for particular Bent by express, charges

I I from the Washington, D. C., conference, people on cultivated land at one.half of take a hand in politics, and battle for paid, ou receipt of price, t L.0 per bottle. Bold, by druggist
Colored :Methodist has entered
church :
Oyst+ Piracy. its assessed value prior to tho passage of their rights at the ballot box, we
I
suit for that The
130,000 against body.
the act. would not another line in de. $
I charges against him were not made public "Maryland is going to make one more louse of the pen organization-for it i t .= h u'_. ._
+
I when hews. expelled. effort to prevent her great oyster indus LAND AND LABOR would be a nullity and. accomplish -

I The journeymen plumbers of St. Paul try from falling\ Into innocuous desuetude Are the basis of all wealth and as security no earthly good. The farmers

I have been locked out by the master plum- and it's high time," said, WilliamII. land is permanent, imperishable and would' still be oppressed by iniquitousand I

I ben' This has been done in retaliation Hendricks of Baltimore, at the Sherman essential to tho production of the necessaries class legislation, and they could never

I for the boycott began by the journeymen House. "The business has fallen of life. 1 here will be no more borrowed be able to lift themselves to that independent .
up
I on I boss plumber who employed a core off tremendously as is shown by the than can be used. If a man bor. position which is their birth- +

I nice maker tq do plumbing. report of this season's catch which consists rows $500 and ho can make no use of it right. Aside from duty to tiitllIf
your yourselves
A committee of girls employed in the of 2,000,000 bushels, compared to profitably he simply returns it to the government and to your country, the future y '. .
B the report of a few years ago, when the and cancels his mortgage. It '
Clark thread mills Newark, N. J., held wclfure and advancement of your children -r 4t.
I annual catch was over six million bushcU. makes a permaneotcirculation. It reaches t
a secret meeting Sunday afternoon and and your children's children demand
I You see, there is a law, designated all classes for the reason that if the far. II'b -
decided to call all the girls out. At a that the farmers take the government of
the culling law, which calls upon nil nor can borrow it it fixes the rate of interest .
1 it doIcided
general meeting of the girls, was our country into their own hands. They
to abide by the decision of the oystormen to take tho small and uneatable for the mechanic for the laboringman numoer 70 per cent of the population,
I committee. oysters from their catches to throw for the merchant and for all classes and should aud will rule by the right of
them back into the water to grow. Had who are ingaacd in the industries. The "
I Tbe jury in the Lupze murder trial, at this been obeyed tho present conditionof rate will be absolutely uniform, no violent majority. How many people \ .

I Wltchita, Kan., on Monday, rendered a things would not have existed, but it expansion or contraction. I have no idea see
I verdict in tho second President of the Kansas Fann there who regard the
of murder degree. has not been obeyed. The small oysters that this congress or the next Is'going to Chase ark
I The crime was a cold-blooded one, and have been sold to' who have far thocurrency ers' Alliance says: 'General Palmer was winter
growers, give any relief to the people so as coming as a con-
I the verdict meets with general condemnI taken them to other States and is concerned. The politicianand not our choice for senator from Illinois. ,

atlon and threats are being made of stocked beds with them. In consequence office-holder are timid and conserva Our choice was Gresham first, Streeter stant state of siege. It seems as if the elements sat down '

I lynching Lupto. the source of supply in the tive. I believe that the great mass of second and Palmer third. We expressed
outside, the walls of health and now and again led by the
I Tho signal corps observer at GrayI Chesapeake has been greatly) diminished. congress today recognizes this as the our wishes to our friends in Illinois"FIVE ,

Head M...., reported Sunday that tho There has boon a so-called navy maintained true solution of the financial question but north wind and his attendant blasts broke over the

I United States vessels Nina and Galena, for along time especially to pre- in all great reforms the people have to HUNDRED DROWNED.A .
I ashore at that point, are now away up on vent violations of the law, but for some lead, and not until the people have ex- ramparts spreading colds, pneumonia and death. j Who'

I the beach. The Nina will probably bo reason little good came of it. The oyster pressed themselves in unmlstaken tones Italian knows when the next storm come and what its
Loaded with Em-
Ship may
I saved but the Galena will be a total pirates are a daring lot of men and in will the men who have clung to the Jeffer-

I wreck. .No lives were lost. many instances are even ready to give sonian'.theories and strict constructionistn igrants Goes Down. effectsupon your constitution may be ? The fortifica-

I The French government, on Sunday acceded 9ght. Then they have pursued their who do not believe that the governmenthas A'cablegram from Gibraltar says: The made
tions of health must be
I to the request of the Chilian rovo- trade on dark nights and have thereby a right to relieve its citlzeus not until British steamship Utopia from Italian strong. SCOTT'SEMULSION

I lutionists, who asked that the Chilian been able to pretty generally escape de then will these men now in office recognize -, ports, bound to New York, with 700 of pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and

I warships just completed at Toulon, and tection. But now tho navy is to bo increased this great fundamental truth. Italian emigrants aboard, collided Tuesday -

I destined for the service of President all the boats furnished with THE ALTERNATIVE with the British ironclad Rodney, at Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda will aid you to hold

I Balmaccda, should not be allowed to search lights and Instructions have been author in Gibraltar bay and sank soon *
I depart.Some issued to spare neither time nor money Is in the organization that I have just afterwards! Ragged Staff. On enterIng out against Coughs Colds Consumption, Scrofula

I of the AHiancemen who are now in preventing further depredations If spoken will of, the Farmers'of Alliance be, and the bay tho Utopia, before collidingwith General Debility and all Ancemic and Wasting
they perforce necessity com
these instructions are carried out, the the Rodney ran into the BrItish
I in Washington, D. 0., say that they are ruthless depletion of the beds may be pelled to withdraw their allegiance from ironclad Anson. The Utopia sank in a Diseases until the siege is raised. It prevents wastingin

goitg to organize county Alliances in checked. But it will be some time before both of the great existing parties. In few minuses. Boats were immediately
I Ohio and New York and that the AliiI will the it and of it is children. Palatable as Milk.
tho bay yield big returns my opinion, course simplymy lowered from the British ironclads, and
I once will take a hand in tho political hal been for famous for individual the Alliance will
I years doing. opinion, also from the SwecdUh man-of-war Freya.
I contests in ;both states this year. They (Chicago Post nominate a presidential candidate in These boats rescued 180 passengers, who SPECIAL.-Scott's Emulsion li non-Mcrct, and U prescribed by the Medical Pro

ko propose to organize in Pennsylvania., 1893: and invite all men of both, parties are now on board the various vefseU. fession all over the world because Ingredients are scientifically combined In inch a

I The Guatemalan government is buying Why Cats. Are Thin. I who arc in sympathy, ith them to co- Many others who were rescued are lodgedin manner as to greatly increase their remedial value.

I artillery mules in the City of Mexico. operute with tbern. In this I think thatit government buildings on shore. It is C'AUTlON.-Scotfs Emulsion put up In salmon-colored Be and.
I Guatemalan, dispatches say there is no Have over inquired how it is that will draw as number from both wrapper sun
you largo a reported that the crew of the Utopia was get the genuine. Proparedonly by Scott: Bowne Manufacturing Chemists.New York.
I reason for .talk of war, though Salvador rats can combine with their proverbial! of the parties as will remain in them. In saved, and that over 200 passengers per Bold< by all Druggists.
I is shoving distrust of other Central idleness such great agility t Muscular other words, I believe that ono half the ished. .

I American governments President BarR' inaction leads just as much in other Republican party today in sympathy L AT Ell.

tas, of Guatemala, is stimulating agriculture kinds of animals as in the human speciesto with this movement as well as one calf, m CURE Biliousness
Another of after
and commerce as a preventative of obesity the dog which does not U not more, of tho Democratic party for dispatch Wednesday ,
It is believed the loss
"* r bunt the horse kept in the stable betimes the reason that the idea set forth and the noon of life says bv :the sinking now of the Anchor Line Sick Headache,
Henry Hall who killed'hil wife last fat aud sluggish. Wild animals,
: aims and purposes of this great organization steamer which collided
year, at Council Bluff, Ia., was on Friday even, if kept in a cage, where they are are for the relief of the great body with the Utopia British, ironclad Tueday. TataP/ctnrePanelatsamanedtar/txnt& Malaria.I
found guilty of murder in the first degree. forced into the of domestic life politic. Rodney, wasmuch J. F. SMITH & CO.,
their than at first estimated. It
larger
The jury recommended that he be sent very rapidly lose tenderness of figure .*. Makers of "Bile Beans,**
is calculated that of the 700 Italian emigrants
ta the penitentiary for life Hall Is .ev. and their case of movement. STAFFORD'S BILL and crew on board the steamer, 255 alt 2 ereenwlch 1 St, N. Y. Clt y. AILEJEANS.|
eat old and fevblo. Ills hair Why does the cat escape the ordinary
years very There is no man in this country ,,'hol. 570 persons, were drowned. Several -ELY'S CREAM BALM-CIe...... U"-NS -
in of the fact that it
and beard law and spite ..
bite. why .
lie .
long ; are snow-n cannot P-- ,AU. 1'. .
v and 1.t1..atI.
bodies of who lost their lives Heal. r4111t fO"o
those In
better known than Senator Stanford of the ........
become fat th. .
does it seldom Itc.tun-.lul
lire long Ills two joung daughters rarely moves, and hraelL and ('..... TAR"lDaatt \\
under similar! cir- California. lIe is a typical American, disaster have been washed ashore on the Clitvee
I were compelled to testify against him. u docs a dog or hon [
who life like of his Spanish coast.
jumstancesl began moat countrymen
I Acting Secretary Nettleion on Tuesday rf.1Ei i
who have distinguished themselves
denied It is because its inability not that of

I 11,000,000 aa application In gold for ban the at the exchangeof New Inaction, and iu nerves are working In any walk of life, with nothing but his A Two Million Blaze.A 'J.

I York while its muscles seem at rest. Like the own native energy aud capacity by IicUef at untie for Cold a Heat E4
assay office for gold coin for exportation fencer waiting tho moment to attack, which he has steadily climbed to fortune T. Sat See.1pP/F Dru fete fluiwtn7a--lt kktF dD..aed "w Rt.'
i for tbll reason that it is not believed great fire at Rochester, N. ut'tu bymul, >iLYBttOS.6d Wartmde,N.Y.
the cat is constantly ready to spring. It and to fame.Regarding. store south of
urday destroyed every -
to be the duty of the I --
furnish gold in its mot governmentto convenientform Is always watching something rat, a his bill in advocating the Fayette street, including the Pascoe fruit DROPSY KING COTTON
for fly or a joint of meat. Issue of paper money based on nothing house Journal office Yates' block, Mont
shipment from the United State
at the present rate of exchange via 4 A draw ing-room cat makes only three slut the stamp of this government the gomery flats, the Candee house, stables, I I TREATED FREE. Buy or sell your Cotton i OItJONES
,
cents pert 00.A. :5r four springs in the course of a day but senator, ia an interview says; etc. The loss will not be known for several FlItn"fired with Trem.. .

each of them tu: beer preceded by two "It would be based on the industriesof days,but will easily reach 12,000,000. I, H.,nnd:boo.a..d.or _... Cue p.u.et.n..elIe"_ Cotton Scale.

telegraph movement i*: on foot among the Dr three hours ot latent work. fts'millions of people, the, most industrious Twenty-seven firms are burned out. Loss I, ..0000Md,.....-boopal_;_,,_b, "-is' ..e d.ra..a&... 1.1"'.- .... d_ $60S.TOl BUT BEST.

i fraternity operators to have the the telegraphic When we believe that the animal is and productive people in the given is on buildings alone. About .I &II.0&10 um" .._, ....dw aun.. T.a_ .,......t..lunla. .... term address

to J. uo.tantial throughout country :ngaged In a happy dream, it is meditating world; upon tho vast and unpeachabla forty families were burned out and lost I "-..b,."1. 11__.. "\aI. wed da.. .t.w".e. -.. BISGHAMTOJf. _
to Cn Uuio I money testimonial capture, calculating thIS distance of security of real estate; upon the resources their household furnishings. !ITI M pay....... UeILH.Gaaaa t_.. Atiea,U.. -- - N. Y. 4

the Abbott Annandale 1 formerly with \its spring, and holding its muscles in and credit of the government itself. A
their Opera Company, u a token of x-admess for anything that may happen. practise from our government has behindit -- I IRON FENCE PENSIONS G1'.fE sin!
esteem for IXTV afros .
her. Miss Annsndale. Hence it is taken .. Ift the entire nation with lu Immense re Made.Art roil IsPassei
daring the never bYlurpr First Payment ,' CEMETERY LAWN _s_ 1
)'tUt telegraphers strike several little bird escapes from the cage, it is source In addition to this,. under the f i,'I CATAlOGUE FlU ".'-"' -... r. .. ..... 1111.

ot oL w.em.ago gave a coacer1 for the benefit :aught and eaten up in three seconds.The provisions of my bill, there would be set ng Secretary Nettltton issued a I i j JU. W. RICEATWlTA,U.GULLW "- --t.-h..l; ..t J

The cut hai been watching it for a week. aside for the redemption of the money arrant on last Monday for ,21a.. I n..II..- i RAHHY kNFFCP03rrtYKLriusuula: I

Cleveland Variety Iron Works company, of When it seemed asleep it was lying 111wait.lLagr.DgG'l touted a specific portion of the propertyof :3 HI.80 in favor, of the go terror of New I -t.Ubw.. 'w. U.--FRE-E ; CreeljPutStretcher l l '
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made. assignment Thesday Physiylogy.Be the United States. The government
: Yi>r:: as payment in full of the claims srisi H. '&.Ul_ "
morolat'. Liabilities about 1330,000 loans its credit and receives two per cent. in under the direct tax ..... r.. .:.o-.a
that state ,
U tr TACOlllJ If."i a..r .. _
saute ascribe for this u .
:
states that 1150,000. The deed of assignment contains sure the to latest paper for tho use of it, and kas for security Tate' is the But payment made la"'j I -.. L. 1wa'aare.. _eesaaa"IOiOo a Jti GU&LY. T" wlac... *---ad..a.e......,.M
Us sews
board ot directors hell a double the amount. of the best security jl ttJUoiiir of the direct tax law.a .&. N. U...................... Twelve iWU.JI j

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REV. DR.JTALMAGETHE dreJs or thousands of dollars. But bow many to my surprise.lying (ia full every day dr*'** ..
properties have been riddled by cost,. on the top>>of th*doth w. I pot out my haad.' lto7altiII.
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amusements.. Ha grasped it excitedly and said, "Sit down, hEirpring
BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUN- The Ant time t ever saw the elty-It was I Mr.Talmage, right here" I *%t down. Ha The king of Holland got a divorce from
the city of Philadelphia was a mere lad. 1 aid: "Last night: 1 saw my mother who has his Irtt w lie becauso she used musk for a

,DAY SERMON. stopped a hotel, and I remember in the bean dead twenty :years,, and she set just perfume.
eventide one of these where sit It dream. I waS I Many people are troubled with dizziness dullness '
men plied me with hi I you now. was no unpleasant -
Queen Victoria has maids
five to asiist
infernal art He I wide awake. There delusion In th* I
saw was green. He wanted I was no
'I 8abcti| "Baled! Amaienem." to show me the debt* of the town. He I matter. I saw her just aa plainly as I se* at her toiltt-three dressers and two taste in the morning, and That Tired Feeling', .

painted the path of sin tutu it looked like I yon. Wife, I wish you would tate thosl tjardrobo women. while there also Boils and
,- mvrald; but I was afraid of him. I shovec L strings off of me. There are string spva The Archduchws may appear Pimples, other
'rzT- ''Let Oi, yoimo men now arm.. back from the basilisk-I made np my mind all around my body. I wish ;you would Elizabeth, mother of manifestation of '
tho
and play before ..."-U Samuel It 1*. be wea a basilisk. I remember how be wheeled take them off of me." I saw it was dto queen of Spain( celebrated Ihe COth .
hi. chair round in front of m*, and with a I lirlum. anniversary of her l>lrt*>bay in Madr d.x.E1ng .
Then* are two armies encamped by the concentrated and diabolical effort attempt "Oh," replied bis wife, "my dear, there fl } Milan ia now a resident of ImpureBlood
of Oibeon- The time hangs heavily so destroy my son); but there were good L nothing there, then i. nothing there." H* Paris liftvinat taken house the .
their hands. One army of angels in the air went on, and said "Just on avenueof
propose a game that night. It was no good : where you sttMr. To all
word fencing. Nothing could be more resolution on my part, but it was the all encompassing -' Talmage, my mother sat. Bbs said t 'Henry: tho Bois du: Boulogne He is very un such sufferers we earnestly urge a trial of Hood's J'
healthful and innocent. The other army ao- grace of a good God that deliv I do wish yon would do better.' I got out of popular in Paris society. Sarsaparilla. No '
eipta the challenge. Twelve men against red me. Beware! beware 1 oh, young man bed, put my arms around her and said, preparation ever received such unanJU
twelve men, the port opens. But something "There is a way that seemeth right unto a 'Mother I want to do better. I hv been MAMMA cored and *"' ''Icat...l from thelIf.sl.m mous praise for its success as a general Spring Medicine. .
went adversely. Perhaps one of the swords man but the end thereof is death." trying to do better. Won't you help) me to the by Brown's Iron Hitters, which "sa.
men got an unlucky clip, or in some way had The table has been robbed to pay the club. do better You used to help me.' No mistake Acts blood like a tones charm the on nerves persons, aid In general dlirrtlon. *- It. cures scrofula, salt rheum and every other evidence of ..
His ire aroused. and that which opened in The champagne has cheated the children' about It. No delusion. I saw her-the ill health, giving nw ncrgjr and ILrena.b. impure ., ,
portfulnees ended in violence, each one t&k- wardrobe. The carousing party baa burned cap and the apron and the spectacles;, just blood.. It overcomes '
ing his contestant by the hair'and then with np the boy's primer 'The tablecloth in the as she used to look twenty;years ago; but I :Motto of the bald-headed wan- Ther* is al
the sword thrusting him in the side, so that corner' aloou is in debt to the wife's faded do wish you would take these things awe ways room at the top. That Tired ,
tbat which opened in innocent fun ended in dresa. Excursions: : that in a day make a tour They annoy me so. I can hardly talk. Feeling .
.
the massacre of all the twenty-four sports around a whole month's wages; ladles whose Won't you take them away I knelt down Dean**Cast b*C.....
By l
men. Was there ever a better illustration lifetime business it is to "go shopping;" and prayed conscious of the fact that he did diseased al.l'l'licatlonl.as they cannot reach tbe and gives the whole system strength. '
of what was tme then and is not realize Portion ot the Mr. There i.only
true now that large bet on horses have their counterpart what I was sajing. IfotUP. I way 10 cure deafness one
that which i. innocent may be made de in uneducated children bankruptcies that said, "Oood-by; I hope your will be better tlmlAI remedl. IJ.ato.. and that Ia causal Is by'onsUlu.by an In. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsaparilla, do not'be' induced '
structive. shock the money market and appaU the soon." He said, '"Oood-by good-by. flamed condition of the raucous '
liningof the
What of a worldly nature Is more important church, and that send drunkenness stagger That night hi. soul went to the God who Knstarhlan Tube. AV hen this tube !sets la. to buy some substitute in its place. Insist on having
strengthening and innocent than ing across the richly figured carpet of the gave it. Arrangements were made for the feet'?* )'ou have a rumbllnf.lOund or 1m"" ,, .
amusement, and yet what has counted more mansion and dashing into the mirror and obee<1ule Some said, "Don't bring him in deafness; bMrlnlfan.l the closed '
victims I have sympathy with a straight drowning out the carol of music with the the church; he was too dissolute." "Oh" I rnation can be result taken, and unless the InHjunl Hood's
out and
Jacket religion. This is a very bright world whopping of bloated sons come home to said, "bring him. He was a good friendof stored to Its normal condition, hearing this tube will re Sarsaparilla
to me, and! propose to do all I can to make break their old mother's heart. mine while be was alive, and f shall stand destroyed forever; nine raxes out of ten are be
it bright for others.' I saw a beautiful home, where the hell) by him now that he is dead. Bring him to by caturrh which l I" nothing but an In-
I never could keep step to a dead march. rang violently late at night. The von had the church. flamed' We will condition of the mucous surfaced.rnuncd IIaHI by all dnwtfife. fll six: fop 5$. Prepared only I 5OI.tby alUnt Iota. fll iii for$. fnpaiwloatr' '.
A book years Issued that Chris been off in sinful indnl As I sat in the and bis jive One Hundred Dollars for .. 0. knoonaco. ...
ago says a pncles' His comrades pulpit saw body Case of deafness (canned any ? 1.0..11. I ty. L HOOD a CO.Low.ll, XaI .
by wi
tian man has a right to some amusements. were bringing him home. They car- coming up through the aisle I felt as if I cannot cure by taking Haft's catarrh) that I .
For iiistance.it he comes home at night ried him to the door. They rang the bell at could weep tears of blood. I told the people Send for circular, free. Catarrh Cure too Doses Ono Dollar I I I 100 I '
weary from his work and feeling in need of 1 o'clock in the morning. Father and mother that day "This man had his virtues and a *]" J. CRIIJItT&: Co.,Toledo 0. Dosos One. ...Dollar
recreation, puts on his slippers and goes Into came down. They were waiting for the good mauy of them. lIe had his faults, and Sold I by druggist.to cents. '
bis garret and walks lively round the floor wandering son, and then the comrades, as a good many of them, but if there is any man Have You ?
several times there can be no harm in it. I soon as the door was opened, threw the in this audience who is without sin let him FITS Kfopiwd free by Diu KMKB'! QnKVt a Cough .
believe the church of Ood cast tha first this NhiivK HicsTonKn.: No Fits after lI..t day's
has made a tremendous prodigal headlong into the crying;: stnne at coffin lid. On one t I .
> Murvrlnu
Treatise and trial
mistake in trying to suppress the "There he is, drunk as doorwayi .. h.> side the pulpit sat that little! child 1, I'OIYI littleirre.M Dr. Kline.rnrrs rot Art.h tt., I'hUa.fJ I'...
portfulness of youth and drive out from When men go into amueementa they cannot sweet faced, as beautiful as any little child
men their love of amusement. If God ever afford they first borrow what they cannot that sat at your table this morning Hr.rrniiAM'8 PiLls 11"t! sir" ..1\.1J "'- Have You a Cold ?
implanted anything in us be implanted this earn and then they steal what they cannot I[ warrant you. She looked up wist- -_ -
deeire. borrow:, First they into embarrassment fully_ .ml! 1nn..ln.* 5).. '..Ii _.*\....._.
go "- --- -- '
But instead of providing for this demandof and then into lying and then into theft; >rn orphan child. Oh; her countenance '
our nature the church of God has. for the and when a man gets as far on as thnt he haunts me to-day like some sweet Or Consumption ?"
main part ignored it. As in a riot, the does not stop short of the penitentiary. Face looking upon us through a horrid dream. : ,
mayor plants a hnttery at the end of the There is not a prison in the land where there On the other side of the pulpit were the men
street, and has it fired off so that everything are not victims of nnsnnctifiod amusements. who bad destroyed him. There they sat,
is cut down that happens to stand in the Merchants of Brooklyn or New York Is bard visaged some of them pnle from exmusting :. I .Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of
range the good as well as the bad so there there a disarrangement in your account'! disease, some of them flushed until
are men iu the church who plant their batteries Is there a leakage in your money drawer! it seemed as if the fires of iniquity flamed
of condemnation and fire away indiscriminately Did not the last account come out right last through the cheeks and crackled the lips. Sweet Gum and Mullein
Everything is condemned. night I will tell :you. There is a young They were the men who had done tho work.*
But my Bible commends those who use the mail in your store wandering off into baa They were the men who had bound him band
world without abusing it, and in the natural amusements. The salary you give him may and foot. They bad kindled the fires. They _
world God bos done everything to please and meet la..ful'1'pondltures, but not the sinful had poured the worm wood and gall into that WILL CURE YOU !'
amuse us. In poetic figures we sometimes Indulgences in which he has entered, and he orphan's cup. Did they weep No. bid
peak of natural objects as being in pain takes by theft that which you do not give .heysigh repent inglyf No., Did they say
but it is a mere fancy. Poets say the clouds him! in lawful salary. "Whata pity that such a brave man should Ask your Druggist or Merchant for It. Tnko elso.YOfWANT .

weep but they never yet shed a tear; and How brightly the path of unrestrained be slain No, no: not one bloated hand was
the winds eight, but they never did have amusement opens. The young man says: lifted to wipe a tear from a bloated( cheek. DO I r rONi ANEW
any trouble; and that the storm howls, but "Now I am off for a good time. Never mind They sat and looked at the coffin like vulures .
it never lost its temper. The world is arose economy. I'll get money somehow. Whata ; gazing at the carcass. of a lamb whose ; 1H
and the universe a !garland. flue road I What a beautiful day for a heart they bad ripped out t I cried in their : 'PlAND'?
I am glad to know that in all our ottles: ridel I Crack the whip, and over the turn. ears as pl.lnIY'1 I could: "There is a God
there are plenty of places where we may find Dike! Come, boys fill high your glasses and a judgment day I" Did they tremble ENJOYS res
elevated, moral entertainment. But all brink! Long I life, health plenty of rlues just Oh no, no. They went back from the houseof Both the method and results when
honest men and good women will agree with like this I Hard working men hear the clatter .- God, and that night, though their victim
me in the statement that one of the worst of the hoofs and look up and say': "Why, lay in Oakwood Cemetery, I was told that Syrup of Figs ia taken; it i. pleasantand Don't cannot get It (ill
plagues of these cities Is corrupt; amusement. 1 t wonder where those fellows, get theirmoney i they blasphemed and they drank and they refreshing to the taste, and acta _ _ I say you you

Multitudes have gone down under the blast from We have to toll and drudge. gambled and there was not one less gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, _ _ _ know how we will furnish you one., _
ing influence never to rise. If we may judgeof They do nothing." To these gay men life customer in all the houses of iniquity. This
what Is going on in many of the places of 18 a thrill and an excitement. They stare at destroyed man was a Samson in physical Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sya- _ _ Ask by postal card and we will send
amusement by the Sodomlo picture. on other people and In turn are stared at. The strength but Delilah sheared him, and the tern effectually dlvpela colds headaches A tell
board fences and in many of the show watch chain jingles. The cup foams. i'hilUUnes of evil companionship dug his and fevers and cures habitual _ you FREE CATALOGUE ,you
windows, there is note much lower depth of The cheeks flush. Their eyes flash. eyes out and threw him into the prison of our prices explain our plan of EASY
of ifl the I ,
profligacy to reach. At Naples, Italy, they The midnight hears their guffaw. evil habits. But in the hour of his death he constipation. Syrup Figs
keep lOch pictures locked up from indiscriminate They swagger. They joetle decent men rose up and took hold of the two pillared only! remedy: of its kind ever produced PAYMENTS, and generally post you,
inspection. These picture. were oft the sidewalk. They take the name curses of Ood against drunkenness and uncleanness pleasing to the taste and acceptable "',
.exhumed from Pompeii and are not fit for of God in vain. They parody the hymn they and threw himself forward, until to the stomach in _ on the PIANO QUESTION.
public!g-axe. If the effrontery of bad plapes learned at their mother's knee; and to all down upon him and !Iii companions there prompt ': *sr You may save SSO.OO'by'
of amusement in handing out improper advertisements rietnres of coming disaster they cry out, came the thunders ot an eternal catastrophe.' its action and truly beneficial la its .( .... ." .i!,, 4'
of what they are doing night 'Who cares!I" and to the counsel of .some Again, any amusement that gives you a effects prepared only from the most writing us a POSTAL CARD. _
by night grows worse in the same proportion Christian friend "Who are;your1 distaste for domestic life I. bad. How many healthy and agreeable substances its TREMONT $TREET
in fifty years New York and Brooklynwill Passing along the street some night yon bright domestlo circles have been broken up IVERS & POND PIANO CO..18 .
beat not only Pompeii, but bodom. hear a shriek in a grog shop the rattle of by sinful amusements I The father went off, many excellent qualities commend it UosTONAu.--
To help stay the plague now raging I project the watchman's club the rush of the police. the mother went off. the child went off. to all aud have made it the most PlO'b IthMKIlY Hilt CA'i'Aiiiu.i.-itluL.., Kuslpst to Uso
certain principles by which you may What i. the matter now' 'Ob, this reckless There are to-day the fragments before me of popular remedy known. I Cold t'henpxitt.In the" head Idillrl It bus I I.no cuuuU Inuuelll judge in regard to any amusement or re young man has been killed in a grog shop blasted households. Ob, it you have wan-
creation finding out for yourself whether it Ight. Carry him home to his father's house dered away, I would like to charm you back Syrup of Figs is for sale In 50o
is right or whether it is wrong. Barents will come down and wash hi. by the sound of that one word "home." Do and 11 .bottles by: all leading drug- I-
I remark in the first place that yo. can wounds and close hi. eyes in death. They you not know that you have but little more gists. Any reliable druggist who
judge of the moral character of any amusement forgive him all he ever did, although he cannot time to give to domestic welfare? Do you
by its healthful result or by its baleful in his silence ask it. The prodigal has not see, father that children are soon may not have it on hand will procure It Is nn Ointment, of wMoh a small pnrtlrla Is apfilled to the
reaction. There are people who seem made got home at last. Mother will go to her to go out Into tbeworM, and all the influence it promptly for any one who nostrils. 1'rlcu,Doc. Hnlil by ilrurKlnls ar sent hy mull.Xic. I.

up of hard facts.. They area combination of little garden and get the sweetest flowers' for good you are to have over them you must wishes! to try it. Do not swoept anj !IA.kLT; Vsrren, Pa, _
multiplication tables and statistics. If you and twist them into a chaplet for the silent have now? Death will break in on your conjugal Eauiro Ceoss OlAJvONOi A _
how them an exquisite: : picture they will begin heart of the wayward boy and push back relations, and, alas I if you have to substitute. *
to discuss the pigments involved in the from the bloated brow the long locks that stand over the crave of one who .neriihod- CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. V EUN R O'i M

coloring. If you show them a beautiful rose were once her pride and the air will be rent from your neglect! ..- TM( OHiaiNAL ace (NUINIl nt ealy SrfW,Bar*, M riKilli nil _
they wili submit it to a botanical analysis, with the agony. -The great dramatist : I saw a wayward husband standing at the IAN fRANCISCO CAL. .. IA.lI.l uk DrwtM fcf OM.t.MW. S'wH.l Mww rWl* Ked M4 _kt. 1. .. I. says uuisvttu. It,. NEW roxx II.' I... I.4 wile SI.. .. l.>*U S4515 kt*4. /mw. MMMMPM Mt4.S4.ea V __ _
... 'How deathbed of his Christian
__ ...__ sharper than tooth it is wife and I her ,
.8 v y..v v u. a serpent's to saw ..... All pill la> m b..4 telM pips>i se....rv'aRa.rvaaeeaiilerrvlia All IHsesse,..u.S II
of a flower. They have no rebound in their have thunkleu child.." point to a ring on her finger and heard her ..-, 'a 'es. 4...I. S 5M far.pMll.lw. .% M..I..I.II, *>4 "H.iur rr Uadlea,* M MM b P.C.,. N51. __ ___
nature. They never do anything more than I !go further and say these are unchristian say to her husband, "Do you see that ring' 'I UCOO 5.54 kl"al' L..si 5. f7 cuicHisyrs CMIMIO
smile. There are no great tides of feeling amusements which become the chief businessof He replied "Yes. I see it." "Well" said _..
urging up from the depths of their soul in > a man's life. Life is an earnest thing. she, "do you remember who put it there?' AugustFlower"
billow alter billow of reverberating laugh. Whether we were born in a palace or hovel, "Yes,"said he, "I put it there," and all the
ter.' 'They seem as if nature had built them whether we are affluent or pinched we have put seemed to rush upon bun. By the memory ao402s.
by contract and made a bungling job of it. work. If youdo not sweat with toll, you of that day when, in the presence of men :45io0 "
But blessed be God there are people in the will sweat with disease. You have a soul and angels, you promised to be faithful in If : ''i '"'
'world who have bright faces, and whose life bat is to ba transfigured amid the pomp of joy and sorrow, and In sickness and in health; I'i' 'n'
is a song an anthem, a paean of victory. ajudgment dayaiid; after the sea has sung by> the memory of those pleasant hours when U iES"
Even their troubles are like the vines that its last chant and the mountain shall have you sat together in your new home talking 3,5O
crawl up the side of a great tower.on the top come down in an avalanche of a rock you of> .a bright future; by the cradle and the How f ..2.00."
of which the,sunlight sits, and the sott air will live and think and act, high on a throne joyful hour when our life was spared and does he feel 7-lie feels a '-'.'
of summer hold perpetual carnival. Theyare where seraphs sing or deep in a dungeon another given; by that sick bed, when the blue a deep dark unfading, dyed 00 atlJ5
the people you like to have come to your where demons howl. In a world where there little one lifted up the voles and called for in-the-wool eternal blue and be 5 p,5 '
house; they are the people I like to have 1. so much to do for yourselves and so much help, and you knew h* must die he put one tc
come to my house. If you but touch the to do for others, pod pity that man who has arm around each of your neck. and brought makes everybody feel the same way $ 0 '0'tI'
hem of their garments you are healed. nothing to do. you very near together in that dying kiss; by August Flower the Remedy. ..175
Now it is these exhllarant and sympathetic Your sports are merely means to on end. the little grave in Greenwood that you never $?. ,
and warm hearted people that are most They are alleviations and helps. The arm of think of without a rush of tears; by the How does he feel?-He feels a !, ;
tempted to pernicious amusements. In proportion oil Is the only arm strong enough: to bring family Bible. where amidst stone of I headache -. G tls1s
as a ship is swift it wants a strong up the bucket out of the deep well of pleasure. heavenly love, is the brief but expreaiiv generally dull and constant
helmsman; in proportion as a horse is gay Amusement is only the bower where record of births and deaths by the neglect! but sometimes excruciating-
it wants a st exuberant nature will do well to look at the way to stirriiig achievement Amusements by a judgment day when husbands awl -
reaction of all their amusements. If an are merely the vines that grow about the wives parent and children in immortal feels
amusement sends yon home at nlgbt nervous anvil of toil and the blossoming of the ham groupj will stand to be caught up in shining a Ab.td diamond afuii Ever
so that you cannot sleep, and you rise up in mer. Alas for the man who spends his life array or to shrink down Into darkness; by violent hiccoughing or jumping of knows that h. must hare 0".. I If be rounir Is "In mall lb.swims" W. L. DOUCLAS
the morning not because you are slept out, in laboriously doing nothing his days in all that I beg you to give W home your best the stomach after a meal, raising and Instead of putting this article
but because your duty drags you from your hunting up lounging places and loungers, Sections.. bitter-tasting matter what upon tba Hit of espanare. U Is really a uooil 83 SHOE CENI'&InU_
slumbers, you have been where you ought his night. in seeking out some gas lighted Ah, my friends, there is an hour coming or he has In..llIItIot.lKI.Ur when you can get tniinat Hfmmtmf Haxl-MWMl, si tocwM M4
DOt to have been. There are amusementsthat foolery I The man who always has on his when our past life will probably pass before eaten or drunk-August Flower ucb low prlr.s as wa are otTerlng. Youcaa't .6'1 draw MHM' whfak wimnuuU lu lf.
us in review. It will be but lose much In buy loir diamond., flint I I. '5.00 11...._..*. wii. A IIMealllI1oe_
send to hunt for our hour. If the
a man next day to his work blood. porting jacket, ready gam in Remedy. It yon buy directly from lha Importer*. usiland 4 ..\woIl.J' ..,...o shot, yawning, stupid, nauseated; and theyare the mountain or fish in the brook, with no from our death pillow wa have to look back ciamlne our anaurtuient. J. I'. bteren '..3O <*...., ar VV.Ii Ia She IIU4u4 .... f I
wrong .kinds of amusement. They are time to pray or work or read, is not so weU and sea a life spent in sinful amusement How does he feel ?-He feels A Uro.. '1 Whitehall tit.. Atlanta Ua. bend w ttiu*M.lupuUr pMmk
entertainment.that give a man disgust with off as the greyhound that runs by his aide, or there will ba a dart that will strike through tor catalogue 's.ee P.iic.aas'e Nkw .. aaaily I4I54
the drudgery of life with tools because they the fly bait with which ha whips the stream. our soul sharper than the dagger with which the gradual decay of vital power; 10 UI-UA1 All for m railroad d. la CuttrnM mno,I...,..Uuuna...., *<.ab eel LAM. _

are not swords, with working aprons because A man who does not work dodi not know Virgioius slew his child. Th iniquities and he feels miserable melancholy, ED.L.HUNTLEY'S rJ oi. '1.S0 '.. f.dl... .I.ideoul, .heed-sewed..e.
they are not robes, with cattle because they bow to play.. If God had intended us to do rioting through which we have passed will and rite ..IY...., *.U>f etlae. why bold ye.-_ ..1.1 '" ... popu I.. IIF'-
are not infuriated bulls of the arena. nothing but laugh He would not have given come upon us, weird and skeleton as Meg hopeless longs for death and 11._'* _1Ia. ..... yea aaa bur dlrae train a..ik< SO.OO U..soU"h.. for LB..IM II 1_'".
Merrilies. the old peace-August Flower the Rem. ..*.1_....' 5.55 si I3.sad IA.foUow5_ bartur*uxl imxnUM la.....,...**" .
If any amusement sends you home longing us shoulders with which to lift, and handswith Death Bbylok: will do- sad .. vlll iiaraalee to Bl aad pleaa* yea ar ratudrour 51.00 ""..'.ri..<.!..,w4 'i.ya,..111_
for a life of romance and thrilling adventure, which to work, and brain. with, whichto land and take the remaining pound of edy. Money.(KulM,tar ai.anira al i braael BMaamra Mill..,alaMI..cuallaiMM(ur M/fc,at*.
love that takes poison and snoots itself think. The amusements of life are merely Aetoh and the remaining drop of blood, and ?? vart, .k.s.P" ader anna walel Mare S'M All|""udl warraaMd. .... MauiMd with _
ventures and hair breadth the orchestra playing while the upon our last opportunity for pests 5$55.4 aaoTbulde:: I** eaar* trwn wotekt* bottom. U a4 anu4 \fll'al-*aauot tapflf Ida,
moonlight escapee great
life and last chance for heaven repentance I How does he feel ?-He feels so I.... Mend sis Cents lur II........*t ear SIC M.a'I awl dim 1o'1O tnrF ..mOoaln a4>..... lino. a*
you may depend upon it that you are tragedy of plunge through Its five acts our the curtain full lalU.IuIoJGoI plat aad lap*""M1nutdrnilluiu. !.l**., a DuaUl lot odes Maul.
the sacrificed victim of nnsanctifled pleasure. infancy childhood manhood old age and will forever drop. after eating a meal that he can .IS. ,KO. *.. .!ii'J'E* ..co. W. I*l>.nilu.. arl.l...
Our recreations are intended to'build up, death. Then exit the last earthly opportuu- hardly walk-August Flower the .MHMloo r_. let....e.t a.a..e..UIo \vANI'Elt..ah..dealer ...
Ity. Enter the realities --- --- -. ..... not.. ...1." Iw i lake.. ,;..* .,,
and if they pull us down as to our moral or overwhelming 'of an The National Plant. Remedy. o t.-rrt.; .ra. All a...!.ndrerllara la seal ,a,:.. HaVASELINE
aa to our physical strength you may come to ternal world! corded TiLuiuiun' rtiaMaovuBfakkai lr llle.traleii la .. .
.the conclusion that they are obnoxious. I go further and say that all those amusemeots There have been laudable effort* latelj! G. C. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer, kaed lead .

There i* nothing more depraving than attendance are wrong which lead into bad comiany. to elect a national flower bj voting; but, Woodbury New Jersey U. S. 1KiNe (me ndusjkdfiee.4 la off.r a H.t'.44a.H. Oaow OIuN
upon amusements that are full of It you go to any place where you however dear, and rightfully dear tothe .- in ttMmt. TO lolroduo tt -
innuendo and low suggestion. The young have to associate with intemperate with '..4 ahow lu eapatilUUes I :
man eaters. At first be sits far back, with the unclean with the abandoned however American heart ii universal suffrage .111 par sun for UM blrleld

his hat on and his coat collar up. tearful thatsomebody well they may be dressed, in the name of it cannot decide this question, the T ot ewd uUa/ued..""'.,, 1 from will mall Imao luralaiiwlM r.K A OMB.DOI.iaat BII.I._"
there may know him. Beveral rod quit. it. ,They will despoil your natur. answer to which should be by acilamation. I 30..... I re*. .. win daUnr. Ira*at N&51 '
nights pass on. He takes off his bat earlier They will undermine your moral character. And how could ..... Wi Tllftash..,. Ik*Uaiwd Slat* aU ut aa aiUula* _I
and puts his coat collar down. The blush They will drop yon when :you are destroyed. a fair vote .Li.riaai!. *..f.. .t .
that first cam into his cheek when anything They will give DOG on cent to support your be obtained without aa organization OFALL. I PROF. LOISETTE'd NEW Oai, *boHU* gmr T.. '
indecent was enacted comes no more to his I, children when you are dead. They will weep almost such as ia found necessary for COUGH CURES Da*twB-auaea botue W ..**. .,!'. 1.1.MOaalaratVaMllMOaUttea

cheek. Farewell young IlADI I You have not one tear at your burial. They will choosing a President for the great Itomblic ; MEMORY BOOKS. probably started on the long road which chuckle over your damnation. crtt'l ll""nn ce |w..mwat Mcnary H/atenu. Iteaiiftool VaJir7.Oa.Vaa.at .
cuds in consummate destruction. The I had a friend at the west-a rare friend. -which in this case If clearly! 1mpouible. DOCTOR I IACER'S Anrll 1M. faU Table. ol CuaMla(ur..ard..taujr VaUa ..
Be was one of the first to welcome to his lo loo*,who Mad .tam dlreelad.sv.k4e. <_ .L- .
stars of hope will go out one by one me Al.frt. peeto*KarT ttJUl ot U>* tolertlUB Lit
until you will bo left in utter darfcoesr. Bear new home. To tin* personal appearance ba Of all th. plants selected by this re- W a. < ..-
you not the nub of the maelstrom in whose added a generality frankness and ardor of publican caucus the that ia vIIlL.iaTrC.: W7 fink*.*.K.w Tor._ -Seam0.gea ...-X,54em.d
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one I
nature that mad love him like already (a. psesp.vcdrwivs.jVvedIadesPVESa.5Mee
outer circle your boat now dance, making: me brother. Colnln MmsJai
t merry with the whirling waters But you But I saw evil people! gatheringaround him. national La been strangely neglected. AGENTS Monei

are being drawn in, ana the gentle motion They C&DI8l1p from the saloons, from the Tb, stately sunflower ,tho fragrant OPEvAECEN te..eese MMMMSsa =
will become terrific agitation.: You cry for ambling: belis. They plied him ith a thou- arbutus, the gay golden-rod the beauti- ENCLI8HREMEDI _ _- IN :- g&ola: ....... au. Ve.eM CLass $ '.

kelp. In vain You pull at the oar to.put and arts. They seized upon his social na. fut I. *'.ttraarr. I...11..... a*..:2.a* .,*.. .Sa.-
back, but the struggle will not avail You tore ..ndh. could not stand the charm. mountain laurel the grand magnolia, ..1.n4 rv-Mlc.-l .ral&j la.'er 100_ Roofer
....,. ..... Farmerhis
kuU. aad oSes. K.enkedf: It. Sell Every
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will be tossed and dashed and shipwrecked They drove him on the rocks like a ship full the gorgeous cardinal flower, hare each .ivI.> : 4 ral.<'IrarlllOerrrl. r..' .,...d.lrM own
Mad swallowed in abe>whirlpool toat has already winged shivering on tb* braalwra. I used aDd all had their adherents and been .km.cu i_&:.I.a aiiuuiiju.>> cua t K t*t*$*.H.. CHEAPER thai
Shlsglet TI. er'Slat
: crushed la its wrath,,"ten thousand, to admonish him. I would say "Now I voted for; but when a few out of what ...... .. ...... ..._. .4see.Tea
-t bulks. I wish would quit tbea bad habits and HABlC UTSVBUJCCB.
you NOaaj wbuta yar tu* f'.w. Al a/* ...U6
Young men who have just come from become a Christian "Db,* b* would reply, tumid have been many millions of vote SOLO INENGLAND 1 1IrI4IiII. freak aad ...-..... .ArUal a* FIreWater and Wind Proof.
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country residence "1 would like to. would like to, but 1 have have been recorded the *. Mwlr jaiarlu I.... eahxiffcien
to .Mfr /eatdenoa will do thing cornea to .,. a... .
well to be ou guard and kt a. out induce goo so far I don't think there is any way a dead top. 1 4)1.rl.... ":""Q'-u-... M4.OPIUM p7STilLRDflIN 1
yon to place of improper am Ull8U1e11t. It tack." la bis moments of repentano M -
is mightily alluring when a young man would go borne and take bis hula girl of The America* Garden ma/ speak of to* It. 1M& aDd la I IAMERICA :"ud't el h'ume f.. I

long a citiian; offers to show anewL comer all eight years awl embrace ber eoBfaldvely, 'our national flower the golden-rod;" 0111 <.., .... :
around. and cover kr with adornments and straw but when nothing has been the choice of I iL.51ILM.UoL1Y J
Hull: further. Tboca amusements are wrong around ber pictures and toys _every thing the whole : : PI0s.
people.or II
which lead you into expenditure bey'.or that could make her happy; and thin a* representative part tor Ctf. ee a>ta hiUe._ .... t"-*WnltCBkU Ht.
la hounded an evil b would 01 the people, nothing com of it.
means iioanj spent recreation is not hough by spirit saD ***aaaUrol Mk A SWla
thrown away. It is all folly for us to come go out to the enfinming cup and the house of But the maize the Indian corn, baa a IT TASTES COOD lHtlTa&Ulllt.l.ua: : : < IN ea.tea ,
from a place of amusement feeling that we shasva like a fool to the correction of tb* strong though unacknowledged 554..... ........'.:::.cr. ;; _, JLZCAnnlAGES. -
positionaa -
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have wasted our anoeer and tim. Yon may .-... -- .... Haea ( ta *.dy toroiad lot M. jnl\M"
w. 'I' .... .
I.. sad
our national plant,-JiVi. Z.qisaJ PATENTS ..4 Sae U. applied .' ... Ix> .01
by it have mad aa Investment worth more I was ...m"""" to his deathbed. J = :riuse.sjlewaats.te' r"- ..9 StieS a< till poe 0. lee l>erHti'
L jfautha transactions that yielded von, hun )I>teaed. I cfiterad the roon. 1 found him.. beau k Ire.. Ii.UK A g. 99 tt: 44 Wuew.....*. Y. Q117. live(;.iedoss.,....&.1J






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I$; ; \ a '. ... TilE EAST COAST'ADVOCATE, FRIDAY. MAR. 21, 1891. .

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Eau Gallie. The Street-QuestionHas I :r.: tx1 hi .rn :1i IrIS
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not yet been finally adjusted between o: OQ b .CLOTHING
:Mr. J. O. Walton, who has been lit, ii is the town and the railway co 3* I sIs WIIC
m'o Q. ,
able to be about ngaln. J.: : ;
now pany. But in view of the sentiment oI :10 '! d

Mr. InRraliain! has changed the the people In the matter, the town go v ,- S -i C10t 1-1 ?; S tt -

name of Ms East; Melbourne place to eminent will hardly attempt to enforc,e HU = ) .... I-IA.TS BIlGES

BrUtol, In ln.nor of his native place. the celebrated ordinance, which has be o t'I U1 & L a ,

It We are glad: to lee the "Flirt" with come a law, the thirty days' publicatlor 1 iifof OF a. ? t* g. S ff JUST RECEIVEDAT
s aj
her popular Captain at the helm, calling being complete with this Issue. g f i'? Etif

.upon friends on our liver once more. Council, having ascertained that tlu ; --0 en W ;a O&' HPH1ffS&i<<::: =?: THE BAZAAR.:
C S'g *
of In 5.
Treutler majority property owners were g'O ,
Tint charming place, the Hole ; y !
], ha quite a number of pleasant favor of granting all the riparian right! p een A: ac. M J I | tSm O

guests who are delighted with onr I at the foot of Broad street, wero read] m o ;- !:. .. ". seassu BI () g

to yield up all claim to the same to the '4a aaW frI e Sales
pretty town. c lJ.l H Special Every Monday
Mr. Thuinton and wife will try one of railway company as long as they wen, c c (UHJ U iJUHII ; ,
used for railway purposes; and it wai 3 rt"f b
our Indian River summers, remaining at believed by those who have championed H JJ J1'r/J S :it

,or'near Melbourne, and will build this the interests of the railway company,, f q C | A. & X ? g: fc&F-P! | t5n- $ J. P. TURNER & CO
season on his east side place. ", fA IjrsffCF oj gW
that Mr Parrot would modify his tl .
proposition t'o -61' ?: / .
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The lumber has arrived for Mrs. In other respects, If the town]: 3 LL"r: SssS f4 \ ; -

Xnapp' new residence on the river would allow his company to control all o v> "& S' 2 7 lfL "s fl5 B Fcr/J e.g= H E. L. ::E3e.. ..:C .,

front. It will greatly Improve the looks the riparian rights. It appears however t:: r; r/J S p.oa = .
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of the front from the Indian River. that the proposition of Mayor Wilson I () enI r g SlfS Groceries Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer.
'" .. T I a Hay
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Mr. John McAllftter has finished his was rejected, and a counterpropositionwas ; ., = H S II."S! "" ,

new steam lighter, and will begin his submitted by Mr. Parrot for the e". J p. rn ? P' & &QII'I";: -" I call the Attention of tho People of Indian River to my Stock of

successful well driving again. lie commences Railway Company. This document I Is :1 c. C !i"Z8:
; v O-z'ocerlow Fruit
CP !' Staple IT'n.iicy: ,
at Eau Gallle on Mr. 'John As- far more exacting than the one handed = ;.z.. 8
.plnwaH'i beautiful place. the committee of councilmen and citizens h ro .IJ S'i m And Food ProductsOf
a All Kinds. Also My Stock of
Capt. Roy McFadden has returned which visited Jacksonville.It \ s .

from Kockledge, and will soon com starts out with the declaration that I ti MilBREVARD .2; Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,

the Railway Company Broad street, FI o itt
mence the building of a house and clearing own Ground Food and "'Mot.I .
of three acres of land on his wife's and provides that the town shall grantall I a am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above line of

homestead the Banana He Intends of the riparian: rights, and that when Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit

going into pineapple culture. the street.,. or the ilparlan/ 'rights-or any your patronage. Very truly, .
E. I,. BRADY.
used for JAMES HOLMES, President.ALIJERT .
part of them, are no longer COUNTY
:MIll Furlong, who is the guest of
Capt. and Mr;. Carey, U quite charmed eifhfr railway or "tramboittpurpoe., then A. TAYI.OB, Secretary
they shall revert to their present con GEORGE. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
with Indian River life and
; we are
I
dition. It will be seen, that If any reversion STATE BANK Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.
,ploastd to hear that this bright 'and INDIAN RIVERREAL
takes place, then the Railwaywill
pretty young lady will bo amongst us for ,
become the owner, for the contract Robbins & Graham
dome time to come.
begins'with the statement that the com COCOA FLORIDA.Incorpo'ated
The schooner, Queen Is to be lengthened thereforeIf ESTATE ,
pany mimi gift ahem nl present;
lift., and made of lighter draft, so 1880.CAPITAL .
I the property reverts to Its present
that when heavily laden with pineapple Real Estate Dealers.
condition, it must revert to its present
lips-:is Capt. Roy McFadden's orders :
which the town acknowledges to EXCHANGE
owner, .
already show she will be-he will not go Paid Up, $2 ,OOO. ,
be the Railway Company by enteringInto
high: and dry on the flats. and signing the agreement Mr. Parrot Authorized, $100,000. ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD/. ANT EXCHANGED.

Mr. and Mrs. Runnel), of Chicago, who has prepared. It was the intention COCOA Indian River FLA. Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.

Lave been visiting their friends, Mr. and of our people to grant all the riparian ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. ,

:Mrs. Carey, are so delighted with our rights so long as the railway terminus Honey to Loan at Lowest Rates. Titusville, Brevard Co., Florida.
little town that Intend Property of All Kinds Bought Sold and
they making a remains at Tttusville; but the agreement DIRECTORS: P. O. Box, 250.

.much longer vlllit l next winter. They submitted, provides that they shall be- G. S. HARDER, President. Exchanged. We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Item Estate. and are Solo Agents for a
will be warmly welcomed back long to the Railway Company so long as JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President. large Hat of carefullY.Ilc1cctedl'ropel.tles in all parts of Brevard county.

Mr. Alex. Neal is making quite exten. they are used for either railway or ,lea III. R. B. HOLMES Cashier. w- All. Inquiiies will be promptlyand RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property
.aloe improvements on homestead boat If the road should be extended I reliably answered. Fire Insurance on Indian River.
lately. ptirpotn. ALBERT A. TAYLOR, J. M. SANDERS, written In standard companies at lowest Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalledand
He has quite a large tract of land cleared, south, the riparian rights would J. F. WOOTKN. rates. every effort will bo made to give perfect,satisfaction to intending Purchaser

and U now busy planting orange and continue to be used as a stopping place who may favor us with their patronage.No .
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other trees. He seems to be made of for the steamers of the Company, which Properties listed unless the Title Is Perfect. *

the right kind of stuff to make an orange would still control the loot of Broad Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of Low-

.grower.McKadden's. street to the exclusion of all other craft. The Clyde Steamship Co. priced Lands. Write for Descriptive Catalogue.

ways generally present a The Company does not bind Itself to

buslnuHs-Hke appearance; and still Capt.McFaiWeu's leave any right of way from Washingtonavenue ,
services much to the river on the south side of
are sought
After for boatbuilding and repairing. Broad street although such a right of EDWARD STILING

,The Captain expects a 00ft. schooner, way was provided In the first agreement ,

owned by an Eau Galllclte, and a smaller drawn by Mr. Parrot. Cocoa
Indian
boat owned bjr a party (down the river, The agreement also provides that the River, Florida,

to go on the ways The Captain will enlarge town shall secure releases from all parties .r Dealer In

his ways, to meet Increasing owning lots fronting Broad street.
.demand for Hpice Our aldermen are willing to grant all Paints, Hardware Stoves Tinware & Agateware
the riparian rights to the Railway Com ,

Our pioneer merchant, Mr. Henry pany, and sixty feet in the centre of the PLUMBERS' A MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS 4 PUTTY, TABLE
'Olmstead, I* doing quite a large trade. A POCKET CUTLERY BARBED
street, from the river shore on condition WIRE WIRE NETTING,
JIU goods and prices seem to suit the .
A WIRE'CLOTH.
that the grant revert to the town in case :
public far and near. He Is about to add Now York
: Charleston and Florida Lines.
the Railway should be extended south of ,
'to his store; also, with the aid of others, '
road the Tltusvlllle, and to procure all the releases
making a along river front to .a
the steamboat terminus. It can from owners without-tmvlna The magnificent Steamships of this Line are ap (I)
for the same. The present board of aldermen
The boat-ways: of Capt. McFadden hall pointed sail as follows : o j ys1 .
feel that this Is all that could be s
been buy during the pant month. Boat (UTANDABDTIMK.) 0r'1
reasonably required of them by the From New Vork, From Jacksonville.Florida. .
from various parts of Indian River and rier2SK.K.
( ) BTEAJtER: .
Lab Worth have been undergoing repair Railway, and all that the best Interestsof Friday .27th at 3 p. M. .... ".......Thnrsday,. Apr. 2d at 10,30 A.Apr. ..
the town would permit them to grant.' Monday. Mar.arch at 3 ''. ......'CHER OKi 5..,......Sunday 6th, at 130 ... M.
*, and this week he has signed a Wednesday, Apr. lit,at 3 P. ....."VKMABSKK/1.! ........Tuesday Apr. 7th at 2JO p. x.
contract with Mr. Ingraham of Bristol In case the Railway Company refuses to Friday Apr. al. at3 P. ......"SKMIMII.E,1'........ Thursday Apr. Vth, at 4JO p. U. ,rq
accept such a concession It Is probablethe Monday Apr. 6th at 3 p. ......" .......Sunday, Apr. 12th, at 7.00 A_ .. :
Conn., to build a private yacht, with the Wednesday, Apr. 8tb,at 3 r. "AUIUNOUiN." Apr. 14th at 8.00.4. ..
matter will remain without final Friday Apr. 10th at 3 p. x."CttEROREE,4.Thursday,
Apr. 16th at 10.00 .
A. x.
following dimensions: Length, 73ft.; action until the have chance to Monday, Apr. lath,at 3 P. Jf........YEMAtkllI:!'"........Sunday Apr. 19th, at 1 JO 1'. ..
beam 25ft.; cabin, 80x20; staterooms, people a Wednesday. Apr. that' PFriday .. ...... $E\IINOLEl..Tu..y.! Apr. gut, at 2.30 p. .. DOORS::: SASS, LXNJS:: mice
Apr.l7that3 .
p ,
Kid .
on the question at the town election x."IROgUO1..Thur.day Apr. at .00 A. x
4.bath-room; offices, and crew's quart- pass Monday. Apr.20th,at 3 P. ......"ALOOXUUIN."......Sunday, Apr. aith, at B.oo A.
u.
next October. I Wednesday, Apr.Kid, at 3 P. ......'CHEROK.:E\''........Tuesday, Apr.2Itb. at 7.00 A. ... Lime &,Cement, Shingles & Lath.
ers. The boat will be finished In first- While the in favor Friday Apr.Men,at 3 P. x."YEMAssKEL'.Thursday! Apr. 30th, at 11.00 A. M. Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds.. Ship Goods
people are Chandlery Gauze
strongly ...
Monday. Apr.27&h.at 3 p x. ; ........ ,
.Sunday May 3d.
class style, and will be nearly the same ....... EMISt.Er... at 13,00: noon Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves Coffins
of the Railway Company being allowedto Wednesday Apr.29th at 3 p .IRWUOIlt. .....Tuesday, May 6th, at 2.00 p. H; and Caskets;
model II the Queen. When finished it .New. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
Is said she will be one of the finest boats exercise exclusive control over all the Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement anti

qn the river. riparian rights as long as the terminus St. Johns River Line. Chimney Pipe; Flags A Bunting;
remains at Titusville, they would hardlycare Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc.

For Charter to have the ownership vested in the Catalogues, sample cards anti size lists sent free on application. Correspondence
by Hour or Day. Railway Company after its extension For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on elicited and estimates furnished promptly. 9

the St. _
The Soft cabin launch Dolphin, south, simply because one of their boats JohnsRlver. -

U for charter, by the hour or day, for should happen to touch occasionally at Th elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamers

any point on Indian River.-Address, B. the dock. Nor can we believe they "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE J. s. Watson Co.
,
would of the town at the
"W Jerome, Rockledge, Fla. 23jan3mo expense approve of purchasing releases being, for the Cant. W. A. SHAW, i

SubSCription benefit of the Railway Company, from "FE..ED'K DE EAE..Y," ,

New ]Law. rll the lot owners on Broad street.It Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr.,

is reasonably certain that if a final Are appointed to tall from JacksoarUle,dally except Saturday at JJO p. m., and from Sanford, Con.unission
The decision of the United States and satisfactory settlement Is not arrivedat daily except Sunday at 5.a. m. .
at present, that no attempt will be
court on these
subjects are interesting: SOUTHBOUND. SCHEDULE. AND
NORTHBOUND.
made to enforce the street ordinance at

1. Subscribers who do not give express present, or that the privileges now enjoyed 'Leave Bead 3 Down.JO r. M....Jacksonville...:...................... Bead Up. .
motlce to the contrary are considered as by the Railway Company will be .. '.00 P. x...............................Palatka.............................Care.Arrire 11.45 7.00: r.P. xu M. *FORWARDING I i
; a ................ .... MERCHANTS
to nterfered with in The actionof 1.30 A. .. .. ..... .Astor .. ... .. t.110 .
wishing renew their subscription. any way. its: A. U.......................;......Se. Yrancls...".',..'."...r.m". ....".'"J.. U.I: P. x *
.. If subscribers order the discontinuance Council at Its regular meeting, yesterday .. B.oo A. .._..........................heresford............................ .. 11.45: P.A M?'. I
will be found elsewhere. a 5..00 A. ............................Blue Spring........ ...... .. .. 11.00..>
of their periodicals, the publishers ArriT.I.OO A. M............................. Sanford.............................. M III'M
continue to send them until all arrearages .15A.M.............. .............KnterpriM.......................... *. 9 jo A A. M; Dealers in Fertilizers
are paid. Market Review. General Passenger and Ticket Office 88 W. Bay St, Jacksonville. ,
NEW YORK, March 23rd. F.M. IRONMOMOKK.: Jr. Florida
Faasenger
&. If subscribers neglect or refuse to The market on oranges remains firm. J.O.PELOTFreight1g.etonwharf.WutHoganStreetJack.ouRleFla.: : ,Fla. P. Henderson & Oo's Garden Seeds,

take their periodicals from the poato ice Receipts are light to-day, and choice J.JOHN A.LESLIE U HOWARD,Huperintennent L tforlUa,freight out Laura Agent Street,tout JM'UoOYUIe.Laura Street J'1a.JaduonTUl.Fla.

to which they are directed, they are reponalble fruit sells readily medium and lowergrades TH KU.U.KUKK!: : ,Trmflto Maaager Bowling Green,New Yorkl Orange Boxes (Crates & paper.CEMENT
MARSHALL U.CLYDE.Aast.Trafflo .
until they have settled their moving slowly. Fancy Indian Manager t Bowling Green,N.w York. ,

illls and ordered them discontinued. River oranges are selling at$3.50 to$..W; WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents.,
ISO's, $3.33 to 12.50; IX/s and 112's, $1.50
4. U subscribers H Suuthn&arr...rhUadelphim. 5 BowUm Greea.Mew Tork I PLASTER HAIR. AGENTS
move to other places to 13.00; russets $''.W to $3.75. Grapefruit FOR OCALA LIME

without Informing the publisher, and $UO to $3.00 per box; barrels, Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
the papers are tent to the former address $4.50 to $5.00.Strawberries.
they are held responsible. Charleston fancy, S3c. to C. J. HECTOR, GRAND VIEW HOTEL WUl Fmmlsh Can TTbM' DMtnd, ad..e that they are proper!j LOADED,ICKD.B1U
'400.; Florida's, fancy, :50o. to 4oo.; medium ED. sad TRACED. Deetlaatkm.
0. The court have decided that refusing

15c. to 36c.:
to take periodicals from the office Pineapples, extras, 20c. to 25c; medium Dealer In GeneralMelbourne We will Buy all kind. of Fruits, Vegetables, Fur. and Skins: in fact

refusing and leaving them uncalled 15o. to 20c. J.erohan.: .<11se TITUSVILLE, we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us.

for, ti prima fade evidence of Intentional much The of market the stock on arriving vegetables being Is of easier poor Fla. Indian River, Fla. Correspondence solicited on any wants you may have.

fraud. quality and selling at low prices. String Respectfully J, S. WATSON COT.
4. If subscribers pay ta advance they beans, $1.50 to$2.50 peas,$2.00 to 13.00; I. M. MABBETTE, PBOPB. _

are bound to give aotlce at the end of egg-plant, &oo to $10.00 tomatoes,
time if they do not wish to continue Uk- $3.50 la to heavy$3.50 supply beets TSc.and market to $1.00 weak.cabbage Hat; Shoes, Clothing,Dry Goods T. F3A TON I

lag it;otherwise the publisher U author 'Choice stock telling to-day at $1.00 toL75. Just ArriTed. Splendid Gooda.
bed to tend it, sad the subscriber will $ New potatoes, $0.60 to $7.50; OILS PAINTS HARDWAKE LEAD This U the most central Hotel in town, ; DISTILLER.Soar .
be No. 3, $..60 to $ .oo. Good cucumbers and U
responsible until an express notice, only one mlnnto's walk from the t
with wanted. Charleston asparagus, $7.00 to DRUGS, GBOCZKIES GRAIN ) Hash Whisky Distillery
payment of aU Lynchburg Tennessee.
to the arrearages, U tent I$9.00 for prime stock; inferior, $3.60 to Of all kinds; and U fact a full line of RaIlway Depot and close to Steamboat ,
publisher. 'Uo. 'Yef7thlDr. Call and examlao. 11 Landing 19
T. J. Eaton& Co.
Agents, Tltusvlllc, Flat G

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