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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Range of, TemperatureIn -bame Rumor says Senator Call will Postmaster Dawson of the Narrows, -Engineer L. R. Hover, of Cocoa, has -Our residents would do well to carefully C. It. COOK SOArED. 4

Tltn.TlU be elected. was In town yesterday.Mr. been spending a couple of days In town. peruse the town ordinances on the (
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Fr. WRITE, FLA., May 20.-Tho tfl
For the week, ending last night, May -Mrs. and Miss Lorimler. have rcturn- C. A. begerstrom. has been appointed -Mr. W. R. Sanders has just purchased Bth page. lowing prisoners escaped to-day from '1

21, 1891, as compared with that of the from their trip to Jupiter.Mr. postmaster at Valkaria. 80 acres of excellent pineappleland -Owing to the indisposition of Rev. the gang of State convicts which Is beIng

corresponding week In 1800. Recordedat A. C. Carpenter, of Boston, was Service at the Episcopal church on at Ankona from Mr. W. J. MIms. Jno. Foy, Rev. Mr. Gardner preached an worked"at* the phosphate mines near '$
here: JChna
the tT. S. Signal office, Tltu vllle; In town Monday.( Sunday. Rev. B. F. Brown will officiate. -CaptAin and Mrs. C. F. Fischer expect excellent sermon at'the Presbyterianchurch 1\. Cook, 28 old 5 feet 7 ;(

1800. MAy. 1891. -Wanted a small house in Titusville. -Read A. S. mrk1n on's ad. on page to leave to-day for a two weeks' trip on Sunday evening, to a very Inches high, brown eyes,lightiiairwhite 4" r

Day Max. Min. Max. Min Address. II., ADVOCATE office. 4, If you want white Pckln clucks down the river In their schooner, Ellie. large congregation.The kin, wears No. 7 shoo, is near-sighted
and \ mnall'
Town Council decided to remove usually: wears glasses, mottache
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15 86 70 77 60M -Miss F. A. Lane and Chas. A. Lane, -Mr. Lewis Powe, of Rockledge, was -Miss Sue Buckner, who attendedthe ; Wm. Connor, 23.years old, 5 foot 1,
late artesian
86 87 M 58 the wall around
17 86'' M 86 63 of Lake Worth, were in town on Friday was in town Monday evening.* He loft dance last night, says heJ,art class well on Washington our'avenue; and the I o white Inches skin high No., 0 blue shoo eyes, small, brown moustache.hnl t
18 82 72 81 66 last. for Jacksonville next day, Is in working order and pupils fast com
contractor-Mr. S. A. Belcher-quickly Frank Clark, SO years old, 5 feet inches
2089 19 83 70 68 79 80 63 70 -:Mrs. Geo. AH res and Mrs. Mudge, Twenty Thousand Dollar Jo loan at ing to the front. demolished and cleared away the re blue eyes, brown hair,:whlto kli\, ,.
florid
21'82 73 M 6U of Sanford; and Miss Burtus, of Minis, 10 per cent it taken quick; in sums to -Dr. J. M. Dixon has been attendingthe mains. Ono complexion hundred dollars, red board.reward"Is offeroS i a
attended the dance last night.Mr suit. Robbing & Graham. 13tf fifth annual session of the State !
for the of each.,
-Mrs. W. E. Dale, wife of the pop- capture
decker -Mr. Gale of Lake Worth is cultivating -,Pharmaceutical Association at Jackson- Their was effected by briber/
Tom arrived In town ular (train) mill: agent, arrived in town, escape
ville this week lIe returned last of tho who Is arrested and JIM
-LOCAL NEWS. the olive tree and Is meeting night. guard,
Wednesday evening, from Harriman, from Jacksonville, on Saturday, and her
onfesRrd. E. U. BAILEY Lessee.
at the Tltusvillo Meat Market ,
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Tenn., and will remain here about two with great success. !: many friends were glad to see her. Mr. From the above wd learn that throe
Soclfety and General Gomlp In connection or three weeks. He Is stopping with -Mower for sale-one-horse 'Buck- on Washington! Avenue, when you come and Mrs. Ditto have a very nice place at desperate convicts are at largo-Uae
his mother.Mr. to town. :Fresh eggs, chickens, vegetables IIrllt mentioned Is tho man who murder ,
almost In order.
with Indian River and Lake Worth section eye, new; perfect Philips, near Jacksonville.At .
*during putt week. Brief mention of D. F. Vallantlno, of Tillman, Will sell low, as I have two, and need : beef, pork sausages, Tennesee but to be ell G. Hoyt at Tltusvlllo five Juan ago-
an entertainment given by and was sentenced for life. It aeom
ter etc. E. J. Davis t.f.
Interesting Events| About People Ton came up to town with some friends on only one. I'. J. Kevins, Merritt, Fla. 15:\* manager tho ladles' guild of Saint Chrysostom; rather lax on tho part of the State to ea-
Know and People You Don't Know-
Monday evening, and started for Jack- -The dance at Masonic Hall last night! runt the keeping of a life convict to .
-Mrs. G. W. Scobie and her lster-In- 4th
Picked np by Our Society<< Editor. church of Philadelphia, on Juno ,
sonville with them 'Tuesday morning. law, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. was well|itttended and very enjoyable, the "Song of the Indian River" will be contractor.
and eVeryone seemed to enter Into the
B3P" Advertisements under this heading lo returned to Tlllman yesterday.For Scobie for some months, left this week sung by Miss\ Conway a famous soloist
of the affair most heartily.The NEWS FROM TALLAHASSEK
spirit
are ten, cents per line per week. sale, a two or three horse power for New Haven, Conn: Friend Scobie of the Quaker city, assisted by a double -
kerosene engine and boiler, suitable for a now looks rather lonesome.B. shell and marl distributed quartet. This song has become popularfar T.u.LAllultu.May2O

-The belebrated 2.50"yacht drill; 'yd., small steam launch. Apply to Mr. Joy M. Miller, Esq., a well known attorney around the station and on some of our and wide, and its captivating strains I will observe your Instructions and
llcts. at "The Bazaar. 1
ner, boat-builder, Cocoa, Fla. 155t of DeLand, was admitted to crossings Is a great Improvement to our will no doubt create a longing In many a condense my remarks. The 'senatorial
-Mr. J. M. and family of town and trust it will not be longere deadlock stands Just as It did a month
Thompson
; we which
heart to the stream
-Mrs. D. II. Brelsford and Mrs. L. P. practice in the U. S. court, last Monday, see Inspired .
Indlanola left for Marion Ohio Tuesday deal of It laid down. ago Messrs. Gaulden, Jones and I>.
Brown of Palm Beach arrived in town Foster. we see a more such sweet melody. Mr. Ackerly Is the
on motion of Judge E. K. a iteubcn, of your county, are In the city.
.morning. Sunday morning, and left for Jacksonville Messrs. R. B. Cable and W. B. Coffin, -Notice. Parties wishing board dur prince of advertisers.Mr. 11 I. rumored that their visit Is In the

"jjy By subscribing $1.50 per annum next day, on their way north. of the J., T. & K. W. system, arrived on ing the summer season, can get same at II. J. Tiffin, of Montreal, Canada Interest of Call and that they coma
for the ADVOCATE, it will only cost you the Indian River Hotel, Titusville, Fla., armed with an overwhelming petltio
Altree has for sale: self-wringing a special 'car Wednesday, and started who has been on Indian River nearlyall from Brevard In favor of the people
Three Cents Per Week, Postage Included, mops, cultivator, sail boats, oil tank, down the river yesterday, on a tour of on and after the 15th of May, at reduced the winter-stopping at Racklodgo choice; but the Indian River trio has

to any part of the United States. mosquito bars, cots, and his usual stockof Inspection of the various wharves, etc. rates. Apply, to I. M. Mabbette. 13* and at his winter residence at Courtney, thus far kept their own council, and

-Mrs. J. N. Feaster, of LaGrange, household supplies. '1 -Another new lot of spring and sum- -The regular quarterly meeting of the as well as other places-left here for several while I times have to been"see around a man" in the company corner

was In town Wednesday, and gave our -Attention is drawn to the new advt. mer suits just received, and they are Brevard County Farmers' Alliance will Jacksonville, on Wednesday morning, with your delegation, they have nevertinted

office a pleasant call. of the Tropic House, Lake Worth, under! "the latest. And our shoe stock the be held at Melbourne on'Thursday, on his way to his home In the above ci- the object of their presence here.

Altroe sells the New Proem stove, the; proprietorship of :Mr. J. G. :McDon- most complete to be found on Indian June 4th, al onep. m. M. S. Same, sect. ty. Mr. Tiffin has quite a large body of and I am the not In position that to stamp for M the retable -
report they come
made only by the Standard Lighting Co., neL It will be found on the fourth page. River. J. P.; Turner & Co. -! -We have just received a very pretty land at Courtney, as well as a lemon and purpose of leading Messrs. Hardee and

Cleaveland, O. Other imitations are. on This hotel will keep open all the year -Mr. D. S. Hutchinson has been tryIng line of lawns, nainsooks, etc. Also some an orange grove. He expects to returnto Atkinson to the Call column. Everything !:
. the market. '1 round. very pretty standard prints, chocks and Indian River next winter. points to an approaching crisis,
to fix his windmill at the Indian
and I feel satisfied a senator will ,.
-Mr. W. R. Walker has returned to -Judge John D. Broome, who arrir.ed River Hotel this week, but owing to the ginghams which we are selling a little Messrs. Norton & Lewis have'opon- looted before your nod Issue.

town from his place at Waveland, where here from DeLand on Saturday, left strong winds operations had to cease until under the! market J. P. Turner" Co. *1 ed a new restaurant at tho old store lately Both houses are making a show of

he has set out 20,000 pineapple sUp on Monday morning's steamer on his yesterday, when a deal of it was fixedIn -Dr.,Dod on baa returned from his vacated by Mr. F. T. Budgo. It has totting down to work but very little P ,

Mr. Walker evidently means business. way to hold court, for Dade county, at position.' trip to hake Worth,, and I Is ready to attend undergone some alterations, as well as business The senate has has been passed accomplished Henator as Ham yrt.

Albert. W. Owens, Esq., prosecuting Juno. He was accompanied by Mr. and -For Bale, lands on Indian and St. to all his old and new patients who having been thoroughly cleaned add mond's tax bill after entirely remodeling':

attorney of the criminal court of recordof Mrs. W. L. Palmer, of Orlando. Mr. Lucie rivers. All choice selections, for require anything In the dental line. painted throughout; and It now presents its provisions, and it now goo to ties

Duval county, and a prominent and Palmer is a partner of State's ,Attorney pineapples, lemons, truck and bananas.On -Mr. ). G. McDonnel, proprietor of a neat and Inviting appearance to the' main house will where be removed the few absurdities, and the tax thatrs-law

highly respected citizen of Jacksonville, Beggs, a well-known and popular lawyer, terms to suit. Address, Frank the Tropic House, Lake Worth, has a weary traveler In quest of something to I will be left, as you predicted, very much
died at his home hut Monday. Deceasedwas of Orlando, Mr. Palmer once took a Forster, Orchid, Fla. 14- guava tree five feet six Inches around sustain! the Inner man. They, opened as it stands at present. The house lies

in the prime of life, being just fortyyears trip around the Florida Keys In a small -Mr. Spencer, of Lake Worth, Is said the base, and a cocoanut tree sixty feet their restaurant on Wednesday, and at I passed the bill abolishing the Rallroa
the Invitation of the proprietors, quite a! tommlftslon by a large majority. .Me.
craft but he he don't think
of age. sailing ; says to have a large variety of subtropical -
very high.Mr. assembled to of I Atkinson worked faithfully and with t
number
partake a
-Mr. W. B. Farwell, of Jacksonville, he will ever repeat the excursion In so fruits and flowers of all kinds. W. Alrd, of Montreal, Canada, large energy to prevent the passage of this)
accompanied by Mr. Knapp (the gentleman small a sailing yacht. He has a tree of paradise on his place who has been on a visit to Mr and Mrs. first-class opening dinner, which was meiATure, but the odds were heavily

referred to in our LaGrange Items,) -Notice to correspondents.-Write on fifteen feet high, and it is less than two W. Wilson, at Eau GaBle, returned here gotten up In good styl,. against him. lIe has now Introduced

have been in town this week looking only one side of the paper. Do not refer years old. Monday evening, and left, next day for -Mr. Hugo Tcngzollus, who has been till to define their common duties carriers which If and passed prescribing

after the interests of their company-the to people by their initials. Be brief; -The schooner Cygnus, owned by Mr. Satsuma, for a few days ere returning to stopping on__ _his on nlace at no Valkaria. during. will be about as effective In preventing

world-renowned Singer Sewing Machine do, not abbreviate any words. Avoid J. O. Walton, of Eau Gallie, has been his home In Montreal. lie appeared to the past four years, came up to town on discrimination and opening up the i

Manufacturing Company. I personal items as far as possible. Write rented to Capt. Michael McFadden until have enjoyed the trip considerably Monday's steamer, and left for Jacksonville waterways of the State to competition
the Railroad CommlaihMi
-Sheriff and Mrs. Jas. E. Bowman legibly, especially all proper names. the end of August, for the purpose of pecially the bathing excursion to Mel Wednesday morning, on his way to as could anything have provided.The ( E

left here yesterday for a few weeks' visit I Get the news, the whole news and noth bringing pineapple slips from the Keys, bourne Beach. his home In Strengnas, ,Sweden. The usury bill, which make the fond-

to friends in Tenn. During the absence I. ing but the news. Do not write an Item for which place she has started, In com- -Mrs. W. II. Peck, of Cocoa, arrivedIn hut frost did a deal of harm to his vege Ing of money at a higher rate than eight

of the Sheriff, Mr. Jno.Waller, of Court I that will be understood by only a few of mand of Capt. H. G. Starcke. town from Jacksonville last night, table crop, and between that and the per cent unlawful, has passed the houM
also the bill Incorporating the 'Florid
ney, will act as Deputy-Sheriff. Sheriff i our readers. Always sign your name, -The St. Louis Republic, which we and attended the dance. She Informed lonesome life he was leading, made him Loan and Trust Company," a TltusvlUe
and Mrs. Bowman have been suffering I not necessarily for publication, but for received from St. Louis, yesterday, says: us that she will close her place at Cocoa decide to leave for his home and relatives corporation, in which Messrs. Pritchard

from severe colds, and they think the : the protection of the public. Mrs J. M. Chambers, Mrs. Julius Moulton this summer, and leave-with )lr. and at the above place, much to the regret ami Brown, of your bank, are Interested.

change of air will do them some good. : and the Misses Pim, Wilkinson, Cham- Miss Peck-for Jacksonville, to take of his many friends on Indian River, The 83rd ballot of the caucus, which e
-Captain and Mrs. R. P. Faddison, occurred to-night was a* follow: onSI
-Mrs. John Simonson started for Miss Kate Paddison and Master Person hers and Helery have returned home charge of the Duval Hotel, recently purchased by whom, he was much.res?ected. Mays 43, Bloxham 2. Senator Ha.*.

Jacksonville yesterday morning on her Paddison started for Jacksonville Mon after three months pleasantly spent bv_ her___. son _She___ loft_n_ _for__ home_u___ -A great many people think a news dee Is absent My next letter will probably -
way to Rochester N. Y., and Toronto, along the Atlantic coast of Florida.Dr. on this morning's steamer. paper should have about a page of local be more Interesting.
Canada, where she has gone on a fouror day morning, on their way to New York, E. Hinckson, of New York; and -Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wlllder, of news whether anything happens or not.
to which city Mr. Geo. F. Paddison will Leading Democrats of llrovard
five months' visit to relatives. ThisIs Mr. Will McCormick, of Palm Beach, Chicago; who have been stopping at Deluded mortals Local editors cannot -
them. They expect to return
Mrs. Simonson's first visit north in accompany to return to Titusville in about two went on a fishing excursion to the oceanon their winter home at Valkarla all this make people break their necks, commit TITVIVIt.LJ:, FLA., May 17, 1891.-:TheTinutUnian

about ten'years, and she will be missed weeks.- This Is Miss Kate Paddlson'sfirst Friday, and managed to haul in bass, season, came up'' on Monday's steamer, suicide or do any other exciting thing correspondent had Interviews
demo-
by her many friends In Titusville this visit to the great northern metropolis snapper, grouper, etc., to the nice little and left, next morning, for their summer that go to make up the material out, of crate of with Brevard many county of the leading yesterday and

cummer. and she haibeen looking forward to weight of 284 Ibs. What think ye of I residence In the above city. Both seemed which the local reporter delight to today for the purpose of ascertaining

-Frank Q. Brown, of Boston, secretary the with considerable this, ye noble New Yorkers to have enjoyed themselves on Indian weave paragraphs. ,Furnishing domestic the sentiment of the people In regard t.
of the Florida Canal Company;Mason trip anticipation.Mr. -Mr. T. M. Jackson, resident agent of River this winter; and Mr. Wilder said news when there U none U very the senatorial fight lIe ha yet lo meeta

Toting, vice president, and J. R. Parrot, Jas. T. Sanders (accompanied by the Indian River Land and Improvement it agreed with Mrs. Wilder so much that much like extracting blood from a tnr single representative believe that the citizen people who of did tho
not
firmly
receiver of the J., T. & K. W. Hallway, Mr. John Waller) took a trip to Orlando Jo., at Sebastian was In town Tuesday, she had gained considerably In weight. nip. It la no more than fair that those Indian JUver country are overwhelmingly *

have formed a stock company, with a last week for the purpose of bringingback having come up for supplies to carry on Mrs. Wilder, however replied that the who grumble at the lack of local new In favor of Wilkinson Cali

capital of $150,000, for barging, lighter- the horse and buggy belonging to the various Improvements which are beIng Increased avordupois had assisted U In their paper should stop and think Mr. A. A. Stewart, clerk of the circuit

Ing, loading and unloading phosphate I Mr. B. Young, of Calais, Maine. They made by his company at the above taking away her good lucks. )lr. and .whether they could not give the editor democrat court of this and county also who I* a' Bfe-loqs memberof

from the Punta Cord freight to deep were taken by Mr. Rollins to Orlando to place. Mr. Jackson appears to be a Mrs. Wilder have quite a number of an Item or two worth printing, and, I Ito U the Farmer1 Alliance, and wbce

water at Bocca Grande P.... They will be disposed of, but the sale not having good business man. Previous to goingto friends on Indian River who will be let them hold their peace or growl at official duties place bJm't a politic

at once put on a complete outfit of barges been consummated, Mr. Young Instructed Sebastian he was treasurer of the glad to tee them back again next: winter. their own remissnes well calculated to all meet of and the convene eount&:
with people from parts "
tugs and men. Mr. Sanders to bring both horse and Potter & Stymua Manufacturing Co., of. Miss Maybelle EBis, who says she U going -Jupiter can boast of the most Intelligent that he believe, If the question..*

Married, on Thursday, the 14th last,, buggy back to TUusvlllee which In- New York. : Into the culture of pineapples, re mule on record, lays the Timer submitted says to the people, Cad would get

at Melbourne, Mr. Cha M. Horton to Inructions be carried out to the letter- -Mr. J. W. Huntington, of Anrantla, turned to Chicago with them. Union. His muleshlp U free, white a two-thirds vote. ex-eenstor trees

MU T. Grace Philip*, Mr. Horton Is returning here on Monday. la about to finish the draining of his -Mr. Norman B. Johnston, of Indian (gray) and 21 years old. Every night this Hon dismal W. ,U.says Sharpe tat & pea: son'ln-1'-..lI,..r

wen known In Melbourne, where be was -senator A. & Mann and wife, arriv land, near the avenue,, by continuing the ola, came up to town with Mr. Tom this.much admired animal proceeds to favor circulated a few daw ago I. (by
connected with the Indian River News ed In town on their way to Rockledge, ditching down to the Indian- River. He Mitchell on Tuesday evening. Thursday the life saving station It I*customary Point precinct was signed fear. by every democratic

a* foreman; and subsequently holding Monday, on a visit to Major and Mrs. will also grab out aQ roots, and Improvethe morning Mr. Johnston left for Jacksonville for the man on watch to discharge his Hon voter W. 8.except Norwood, ex-member *tf

the same position on the Tropical Sun Magmder. They returned,' Wednesday roadway; make a sidewalk and put a on his way to New York, from Boston signal (a red light) when vessel the legislature, say taat he ha*ouv..-
at Juno. They have the best wishes of evening, accompanied by Mrs and Ida wharf out Into Indian River for boat which place he Intend taking steamer come too near the beach. Now his male- III the county and U aaUsfled that 75 per

the ADVOCATE for a long life of happiness Uagruder. Mrs. Magrnder returned His residence If about 1| miles from the to Glasgow, In the Old Country. He ship ha* "caught on" to what this algnal cent of peoplPiffrlend ate for I*Call certainly 6e

and prosperity Mr. and Mrs. Horton home today; Miss Magrnder left hereto river; and on Saturday he and his men has been at Indianola for some time, and mean So every night at 8 o'clockthe favorite The of the many alllaasei..In tbis

will reside in TitusvUle during the enter college at WhIte Sulphur Springs, were surveying and staking oat his long recently he has had a two-story residence sailor four legged friend proceed county. And If Senator Ilardee and

summer. and Senator Mann and his charming wife avenue of mighty oaks and tropical- kitchen and stable erected. Dame to walk the beach, and U a vessel come I BepreaentaUye Atkinson desire to act faharmony
-Kr. J. F. Powell of Waukegan, with their constituent, they
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-whom we were pleased to meet-left looking palms preparatory to commencing Rumor says Mr. Johnston going hometo too near the shore hi* moleshlp assumes to break the tiresome deadlby -*
will vote
who the winter at Melbourne
flu, spent on yesterday train for their home In operations. Although it U thirteen enter the noly state of Matrimony, the attitude of a stubborn bun, when sleeting the people'! ehoJoev SmtTITO .
will return In the faQ and make the Jacksonville Mrs. Mann has to be led by the horn, but, Instead TVmo'Wg*.
been
latter place his home. Besides makingeveral slight miles north of TUusvUle, tomatoes, and In about six: months time Indian- trying IB
purchases of land at Melbourne Indisposed of late, and little vacationat beans, et&, appear to be growing quite ola'a resident'may have the pleasure of of a coston signal, he send forth Indian. River Lodge F. A. M., wtl

and vicinity he has also bought an ex the beautiful home of Major Magrnder luxuriantly, notwithstanding the late seeing him return with a bride. If such a neigh that make night Wdeou "Fort meeting Uaaoolo lId
celleat tract of hammock land at thenorth no doubt did her some good for she frost which told did and Mrs. Johnston or starboard your helm" 1* the order on hold its regular
we are not affect U the ease, we hope Mr. bask to-night Visiting kretfc-:
end of the Narrows on the la the
peninsula tar over
sail the jolly
looked better than when aha arrived on them owing to the shelter old-fash the ship, and away
for a vegetable farm and IemoDgrove. they receive win receive right hearty heart are cordially Invited to be pracei.I. .
He will also set out a pineapple Monday. )(Magruder attended the from the ,Immense oaks. magnolias. palmetto tined welcome on their arrival at In- perfect safety, and with graUful 8.ren H. Bay, secretary: .
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Vol. 2.. TITUSVILLE, !, Indian River, .FLA.", FRIDAY, MAY Q2, 1891., No. 15. ,

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Range of, TemperatureIn -Dame Rumor says Senator Call will Postmaster Dawson of the Narrows, Engineer L. R. Hover, of Cocoa, has -Our residents would do well to carefully C. 11. COOK ESCAPED. a' "

TltatvUla be elected. was In town yesterday. been spending a couple of days In town. peruse the town ordinances on the -
FT. WniTK!:, FLA., May 20._Tho Vfl- i
For the week, ending last night, May -Mrs. and Miss Lorlmler' have return- -Mr. C. A. Segerstrom has been appointed -Mt., W. R. Sanders has just purchased 6th page. lowing prisoners escaped to-day truss it

21, IS91, as compared with that of the from their trip to Jupiter.Mr. postmaster at Valkaria. 80 acres of excellent pineappleland -Owing to the Indisposition of Rev. the Rang of State convict which Is being

corresponding week In 1800. Recordedat A..C. Carpenter, of Boston, was -ServIce at the Episcopal church on at Ankona from Mr. W. J. Mims. Jno. Foy, Rev. Mr. Gardner preached an here worked: .*at. the phosphate mines near a

the 0'. S. Signal office, TitusviUe.' In town Monday. Sunday. Rev. B. F. Brown will officiate. -Captain and Mrs. C. F. Fischer expect excellent sermon at the Presbyterian Chas. R. Cook, 28 years old,. 5 feet 7

1800. MAT. 1891. -Wanted a small house In Tltusvllle. : -Read A. S. Dickinson's ad. on page to leave to-day for a two weeks' trip church, on Sunday evening, to a very Inches high, brown ryes,light hair, white '4 "

Day Max. Min. Max. Min I Address. H., ADVOCATE office. 4, If you want white Pekln ducks. down the river In their schooner, Ellie. large congregation.The kin, wears No. 7 shoe, is near-sighted
and usually wears glasses, Miiall monsCache ,"
Town Council decided to remove -
15 86 70 77 60 -Miss F. A. Lane and Chas. A. Lane, -Mr. Lewis Powe, of Rockledge, was -Miss Sno Buckner, who attended ; Wm. Conner, 23,years old, 5 foot; t
around late artesian 'j'
16 86 67 80 68 the wall our
n 86 80 86 63 I of Lake Worth, were in town on Friday was in town Monday evening. lie loft the dance last night, says her,Art class Inches high, blue eyes, brown help
and the
well on Washington avenue; white skin No. (0 shoe small
moustaches
18 82 72 81 00 last. for Jacksonville next day. Is In working order and pupils fast com ;
rrank Clark 80 old feet Inchest
contractor-Mr. S. A. Belcher.quicklydemolished years S
20'19 8U 83 70 68 80 79 6.J 70: -Mrs. Geo. Altree and Mrs. Mndge, Twenty Thousand Dollan Jo loan at ing to the front. and cleared away tho re high blue eyes, brown hair,,whlto 1Ikh1"", ; W'\, '

21 82 73 80 6U of Sanford; and Miss Burtus, of Minis, 10 per cent It taken quick; in sums to -Dr. J: M. Dixon has been attending mains. florid One complexion hundred dollars, red bcartl.reward offend i ;
ult Robbing & Graham. 13tf the fifth annual session of the State
attended the dance last night.Mr. : if
for the of each, ,
-Mrs. W. E. Dale, wire of the popular capture ;
decker -Mr. Gale of Lake Worth is culti Pharmaceutical Association! at Jackson Their effected by bribery -'It
was
:
Tom arrived In town (train) mail agent, arrived town, escape
-LOCAL NEWS. Wednesday evening, from IIarriman, vating the olive tree, and Is meeting ville this week. lIe returned last night. from Jacksonville on Saturday, and her of ho guard: who Is arrested and lass r (
-Stop at the Tltusvlllo Mont Market, onfestied. }I'.. B. HAII.KV, Lessee i ',,,1
Tenn., and will remain here about two with great success. many friends were glad to see her. Mr. From the above wd learn that three .'a.,(:
or three weeks. lIe Is with Mower for sale one-horse 'Buck- on Washington Avenue, when you come convicts At th r
Socltety and General GOAAlp In connection stopping and Mrs. Dade have a very nice place at desperate are largo- *
his mother.Mr. to town. Fresh eggs, chickens, vegetables lint mentioned Is tho who murder-
man
With Indian Hirer and Lake Worth iectloni eye, almost new; In perfect order. Philips, near Jacksonville.At '"
during pant week. Uriel mention of D. F. Vallantlne, of Tillman, Will sell low, as I have two, and need beef, pork sausages, Tenneseo but to be ell G. Hoyt at Tltusvlllo five years ago-- "j, ;. t
ter etc. E. J. Davis t.f. an entertainment given by and was sentenced for life. It scorn
Interesting E..ental About People Ton manager.
Know, and People You Don't Know- came up to town with some friends on only one. P. J. Kevins, Merritt, Fla. 15 the ladles' guild of Saint Chry HOB torn rather lax on the part of the State to_ 'f
and started for Jack- -The dance at Masonic Hall last. night rust the of life convict to .
Monday evening
keeping a
,
Picked np by Our Society Editor. -Mrs. G. W. Scobie, and her sisterInlaw church of Philadelphia, on Juno 4th, I''
I sonville with them 'Tuesday morning. who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. was welljattended! and very enjoyable, the "Song of the Indian River" will be contractor. ,1"
and seemed to enter Into the
Everyone
le returned to Tillman .
S3T" Advertisements under this head- yesterday.For Scobie for some months, left this week sung by Miss Conway a famous soloist ,
Of the affair most heartily.The NEWS FROM TALLAHASSKK
spirit
Ing are ten cents per line per week. sole, a two or three hone power for New Haven, Conn.1 Friend Scobie of tho Quaker city, assisted by a double : '

kerosene engine and boiler, suitable for a now looks rather lonesome.B. shell and marl distributed quartet. This song has become popularfar TAr.LAII E..Ma2O, 1891."I(
-The celebrated 2.50 yacht drill; yd., small steam launch. Apply to Mr. Joy around the station and on some of our and wide and Its strains ,'
M, Miller, Esq., a well known attorney captivating I will observe your Instruction and ,t
llcts. at "The Bazaar. 1
ner, boat-builder, Cocoa, Fla. 155t\ of DeLand, was admitted to crossings Is a great Improvement to our will no doubt create a longing In many a condense my remarks. 'senatorial
-Mr. J. M. and family of town and trust It will not be longere deadlock stands just as It did a month
Thompson
; we
the which
ford and heart to stream inspired
-Mrs. D. II. Dre1 Mrs. L. P. practice In the U. S. court, last Monday, see .
Indianola left for Marion Ohio Tuesday we see a deal more of It laid down. ago Messrs. Gaulden. Jones and !>* r ',;
,
Brown of Palm Beach arrived In Foster. such sweet Mr. Ackerly the '
town on motion of Judge E. K. a melody. iteuben, of your county. are In the city. ;'' ,
: morning. Sunday morning, and left for Jacksonville Messrs. R. B. Cable and W. B. Coffin, Notice. Parties wishing board dur prince of a.t vertillers.Mr. It Is rumored that their visit I I. In the \"
B3P" By subscribing $1.50 per annum next day on their north. ing the summer season, can get same at interest of Call and that they coma .'.
way of the J., T. &: K. W. system, arrived on H. J. Tiffin, of Montreal, Canada :"
for the ADVOCATE It will cost the Indian Hotel Tltusvllle Fla. armed with an overwhelming petition +
only you River ,
has for sale started who has been Indian River nearly '
Altree and
: self-wringing : a special 'car Wednesday, on from Brevard In favor of the peopUfa /<
Three Centt Per Week, Pottage Included, mops, cultivator, sail boats, oil tank, down the river yesterday, on a tour of on and after the 15th of May, at reduced all the winter stopping at Racklodgo choice; but the Indian River trio hat '
to any. part of the United States. rates. Apply to I. M. Mabbette. 13* thus far kept their own council and }
y mosquito bars, cots, and his usual stock inspection 01 the various wuarves, etc.' and at his winter residence at Courtney, ,

-Mrs. J. N. Feaster, of LaGrange, of household supplies. *1 -Another new lot of spring and sum -The regular quarterly meeting of the as well as other placeleU here for several while I time have to been"see around a nrnn" In the company comer "tr

was In town Wednesday, and pave our Is advt. Brevard County Farmers' Alliance will Jacksonville, on Wednesday morning, have
-Attention drawn to the new mer suits just received, and they are our delegation, they never
I office a pleasant call. of the Tropic House, Lake Worth, under! "the latest" And our shoe stock the be held at Melbourne on'''Thursday, on his way to his home In the above ci hinted the object of their presence barn r

' Altree sells the New Process stove, the proprietorship of Mr. J. G. McDon- most complete to be found on Indian June 4th, al onep.' m. M. S. Same, sect. ty. Mr. Tiffin has quite a large body of and I am not In position that to tamp as ratable
the for the
report they come
made only by the Standard Lighting Co., nel. It will be found on the fourth page. River. J. F.; Turner" Co. *1 -We have just received a very pretty land at Courtney, as well as a lemon and purpose of leading Messrs. llardee and

Cleaveland, O. Other Imitations are. on This hotel will keep open all the year -Mr. D. S. Hutchinson has been try- line of lawns, nainsooks, etc. Also some an orange grove He expect to returnto Atkinson to the Call column. Every-
the'market.. *1 round. very pretty standard prints chocks and Indian River next winter. thing points to an approaching crisis,
'Ing to fix his windmill at the Indian
and I feel satisfied will 1m
a senator
-Mr. W. R. Walker has returned to -Judge John D. Broome, who arrived River Hotel this week, but owing to the ,ginghams which we are selling a little Messrs. Norton" Lewis have'open. looted before your next Issue. "

; town from his place at Waveland, where here from DeLand on Saturday, left strong winds operations had to cease un- under the market J. P. Turner& Co.*1 ed a new restaurant at tho old 1 store late Both houses are making a show tat

,he has set out 20,000 pineapple slips. on Monday morning's steamer on his yesterday, when a deal of it was fixedIn -Dr. Dodson has returned from his ly vacated by Mr. F. T. Budgd.! It has !Dotting down to work but very little P; ;
business. to LAke Worth and la ready to attend I undergone some alterations, aa well_ as business ha been accomplished a* yet.
Mr. Walker evidently means way to hold court, for Dade county, at position.' trip The sonata ha 'passed Senator 11_
-Albert. W. Owens, Esq., prosecuting Juno. He was accompanied by Mr. and -For sale, lands on Indian and St. to all his old and new patients who having been thoroughly cleaned and nond's tax bill after entirely remodeUnjr' 1'

attorney of the criminal court of recordof I Mrs. W. L. Palmer, of Orlando. Mr. Lucie rivers. All choice selections, for require anything In the dental line. painted throughout; and It now presentsa Its provisions, and It now ROC to tile ;

Duval county, and a prominent andy Palmer Is a partner of State's Attorney pineapples, lemons, truck and bananas.On -Mr. :J. G. McDonnel, proprietor of neat and Inviting appearance to the main house will where be removed the few absurdltle, and the tax that law*..'

y highly respected citizen of Jacksonville, Beggs, a well-known and popular lawyer, terms to suit. Address, Frank the Tropic House, Lake Worth, bas a weary traveler in quest of something to will be left, as you predicted, very much 4v,
died at his home last Monday. Deceasedwas of Orlando, Mr. Palmer once took a Forster, Orchid, Fla. 14* guava tree five feet six Inches around sustain} the Inner man. They opened a* It stands at present The house lisa'

In the prime of life, being just forty trip around the Florida Keys In a small -Mr. Spencer, of Lake Worth, is said the base, and a cocoanut tree sixty foot their restaurant on Wednesday, and at palled the bill abolishing the Rallroatt
the Invitation of the proprietors, quite a Commission by a large majority. Jtfc.
craft but he he don't think
of age. sailing ; says to have a large variety of sub
years very high.Mr. number assembled to of Atkinson worked faithfully and with
-Mr. W. B. Farwell, of Jacksonville, : he will ever repeat the excursion In so tropical fruits and flowers of all kinds. W. Alrd, of Montreal, Canada, large partake a energy to prevent the passage of tide It

accompanied by Mr. Knapp (the gentle- ; small a sailing yacht. le has a tree of paradise on his place who has been on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. first-class opening dinner, which was i measure but the odd were heavllj 'f, I; .

man referred to in our LaGrange items,) -Notice to correspondents.-Write on fifteen feet high, and It Is less than two i W. Wilson, at Eau Gallle, returned here gotten up In !good .t'I,. against him. He ha* now Introduced v t i

have been In town this week looking only one side of the paper. Do not re- rears old. :, Monday evening, and left, next day for -Mr. Hugo Tengzellu, who ha been bill to define their common duties, carrier which If and passed prescribing ?d J: ,

after the Interests of their company-the fer to people by their Initials. Be brief; -The schooner Cygnus, owned by Mr. Satsuma, for a few days ere returning to stopping on his place at Valkaria duringthe will be about a* effective In preventing

world-renowned Singer Sewing Machine do not abbreviate any words. Avoid J. O. Walton, of Eau Gallle, has been his home In Montreal. lie appeared to put four years, came up to town on discrimination and opening up the k.1'j a

Manufacturing Company. I personal Items as far as possible. Write rented to Capt. Michael McFadden until have enjoyed the, trip considerably Monday's steamer, and left for Jacksonville waterways of the the Railroad State to competition Commission 1.

Sheriff and Mrs. Jas. E. Bowman legibly, especially all proper names. the end of August, for the purpose of : pecially the bathing excursion to Melbourne Wednesday morning, on hi* way to as could anything have provided.

/ left here yesterday for a few weeks' visit Get the news, the whole news and nothIng bringing pineapple slips from the Keys, I Beach. his home in Strengnas, Sweden. The The usury bill, which make thelend- II

. to friends In Tenn. During the absenceof but the news. Do not write an item for' which place she has started, In com- -Mrs. W. II. Peck, of Cocoa, arrived last frost did a deal of harm to his vege Ing of money at a higher rate than eight

the Sheriff, Mr. Jno.Waller, of Court- that will be understood by only a few of mand of Capt. H. C. Starcke. In town from Jacksonville last night, table crop, and between that and the percent unlawful, hat passed the house;
also the bill Incorporating the "Florida
ney, will act as Deputy-Sheriff. Sheriff our readers. Always sign your name, -The St. Louis Rfpulltc, which we and attended the dance. She Informed lonesome life be was leading, made him Loan[ and Trust Company," a TituivlUa .
and Mrs. Bowman have been suffering not necessarily publication, but for received from St. Louis, yesterday, says: I us that she will close her place at Cocoa decide to leave for his home and relatives corporation, in which Mesra Pritchard sl

from severe colds, and they think the the protection of the public. Mrs J. M. Chambers, Mrs. Julius Moulton this summer, and leave-with Mr. and at the above place, much to the regret ami Brown, of your bank, are Interested. .

9 change of air will do them some good. and the Misses Pim, Wilkinson, Cham- Miss Feck-for Jacksonville, to take of his many friends on Indian River, The 83rd ballot of the caucus, which e I
-Captain and Mrs. R. P. Faddison, occurred to-night was a* follows: CM
-Mrs. John Simonson started for Miss Kate Paddison and Muter Person ben and Helery have returned home charge'of the Duval Hotel, recently purchased by whom he was much rea eeted. 81, May. 43, lozham 2. Senator II.... i I

Jacksonville yesterday morning on her Faddison started for Jacksonville Mon- after three months pleasantly- spent by her son. She left for home -A great many people think a newspaper dee 1 I. absent. My next letter will probably I

way to Rochester, N. Y., and Toronto, along the Atlantic coast of Florida.Dr. on this morning's steamer. should have about a page of local be more Interesting.
their to New York
on
morning ,
Canada, where she has gone on a fouror day way E. Hlnckson, of New York; and -Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wlllder, of new whether anything happen or not
to which city Mr. Geo. F. Paddison will Lending Democrats of lirevanLTITUSVILUC
five months' visit to relatives. This Mr. Will McCormick, of Palm Beach, Chicago; who have been stopping at Deluded mortals! Local editor cannot -
them. They expect to re-
Is Mrs. Simonson' first visit north In accompany went on a fishing excursion to the oceanon their winter home at Valkaria all this make people break their neck, commit FrA., MSI IT, 18Dl.-n: ;. ,
( turn to return to Tltusvllle In about two
about ten'years, and she will be missed Friday, and managed to haul In bass, season, came np1 on Monday's steamer, suicide or do any other exciting things Timer Union correspondent had Interviews I
Is Kate Paddison'sfirst
weeks.' This Miss democrat i j
by her many friends In TitusviUe this visit to the great northern metropolis snapper, grouper, etc., to the nice little and left, next morning, for their summer that go to make up the material oat, 01 of with Brevard many county of the leading yesterday and I

summer. and she had been looking forward to weight of 284 Ibs. What think ye of residence In the above city. Both seemed which the local reporter delight to to-day for the purpose of ascertainingthe ,,
-Frank: Q. Brown, of Boston, secretary with considerable his; ye noble New Yorkers? to have enjoyed themselves on Indian weave paragraphs. Furnishing domestic sentiment of the people In regard t*
of the Florida Canal Company;Mason the trip anticipation.Mr. -Mr. T. M. Jackson, resident agent of River this winter; and Mr. Wilder said new when there 1* none 'I b very the senatorial fight Hs has yet to meet '

Young, vice president, and J. R. Parrot, Jas. T. Sanders (accompanied by the Indian River Land and Improvement It agreed with Mrs. Wilder so much that much like extracting blood from a tur a single representative believe that the citizen people who of dons the

receiver of the J., T. A K. W. Railway, Sir. John Waller) took a trip to Orlando 3o., at Sebastian, was In town Tuesday, she had gained considerably in weightMrs. nip. It 1* no more than fair that those not Indian firmly River country are overwhelmingly -

have formed a stock company, with a last week for the purpose of bringingback having come up for .supplies carry on Wilder, however, replied that the who grumble at the lack of local new favor of Wilkinson Call.

capital of $150,000, for barging, lighter- the hone and buggy belonging to the various Improvements which are beIng Increased avordupols had assisted in In their paper should stop and think Mr. A. A. Stewart, clerk of the circuit

' ing, loading and unloading phosphate Mr. B. Young, of Calais, Mains They. made by his company at the above taking away her good lucks. :Mr. and. whether they could not give the editoran democrat court of this and county also a,prominent who I* a Hfe-Ionff member .

from the Punta Gorda freight to deep were taken by Mr. Rollins to Orlando to place. Mr. Jackson appears to be a Mrs. Wilder have quite a number of Item or two worth printing, and, Iao of the Farmer1 Alliance, and whoa

water at Bocca Grande P.... They will be disposed of, but the sale not having good business man. Previous to goingto friends :on Indian River, who will be let them hold their peace or growl at official duties place him In a position

at once put on a complete outfit of bar- been consummated, Mr. Young Instruct.ed Sebastian he was treasurer of the glad to see them back again next winter. their own remlssnes well calculated to meet aad the conv'"

ma- tugs and men. Mr. Sanders to bring both hone and Potter A Stymua Manufacturing Co., of Miss Maybe EU1a, who says she U going Jupiter can bout of the most Intel say with that people he from believes all,parts If the of question county wee

Harried' on Thursday, the 14th inst,, buggy back to Tltusvillee, which In- New York. Into the culture of pineapples, returned Ugent mule on record, says the Timer- submitted to the people, Call would geta

at Melbourne, Mr. Cha M. Horton to inructlons he carried out to the letter- -Mr. J. W. Huntington of Aurantla, to Chicago with them. Union. HI* muleshlp It free, white two-third vote. fro
Horton Is !returning here on Monday. I Hon. W. H. Sharpe, ex-eenator
Miss T. Grace Philips Mr. la about to finish the draining of his -Mr. Norman B. Johnston, of Indian (gray) and 21 yean old. Every night this district say that a petition to CaU*

well known In Melbourne, where he was Senator A. S. Mann and wife, arriv land, near the avenue, by continuing the ode, came' up to town with Mr. Tom this much admired animal proceed to favor circulated a few dw ago la O,

connected with the Indian River Ness ed In town on their way to Rockledge, ditching down to the Indian River. He Mitchell on Tuesday evening. Thursday the life I&vlnl.tatloll. It I* customaryfor Point precinct wa signal tar. by every cenvocrstlo -

aa foreman and subsequently holding Monday, on a visit to Major and Mrs. win also grab out all roots, and leprovethe morning Mr. Johnston left for Jackson the man on watch to discharge his Hon. voter W. 8.except Norwood, et-membw **

the same position on the Tropical Suit, Magruder. They returned,' Wednesday roadway; make a sidewalk and pat a ville, on his way to New York, from COlton signal (a red light) when vessels the tcfislatnre, seep that he ha canvassed -
at Juno. They have the best wishes of evening, accompanied by Mrs. and Mia wharf out into Indian River for boat. which place he intend taking steamerto come too near the beach. Now hi* male- the county and II aetWled l that W j-r

the ADVOCATE for long life of happiness -. Magruder. Mrs. Magruder returned I HU residence Is about U miles from the Glasgow. In the Old Country. He ship has "caught on" to what this signal cent of peopV-frtend the people are for I*CalL certainty the,

and prosperity, Mr. and Mrs. Horton home today; Miss Magruder left hereto river; and on Saturday be and his men, has been at IndlanoU for some time, and mean So every night at 8 o'clockthe favorite The of the many alliances t la this

will reside In TitusviUe during thesummer. enter college at WhIte Sulphur Springs, were surveying and staking out his long recently he ha had a two-story residence sailor's four legged friend proceed county. And, U Senator Hardee set r

and Senator Mann and his charming wife avenue of mighty oaks and tropical- kitchen and stable erected. Dam.Ramot' to walk the beacb, and U a vessel come Bepre with Atklwoa desire to actta
-Xr. J. F. Powell of Waukegan their eonstltaenta, thgr
-whom we were pleased to meet-lefl looking palms preparatory to commence says Mr. Johnston I* going hometo too near the shore his mnleaUp assumes harmony to break the tiresome ;
t Hl&., who spent the winter at Melbourne, on yesterday's train for their home In ing operations. Although It is thirteen enter the noly state of Matrimony! the attitude of a stubborn bun, when by will*vole! etln g the people1. ciaoto.T.noal. ..-!r.. .
and make the
will latter return place his In home.the fall Beside making Jacksonville. Mrs. Mann has been slight.ly miles north of TUusvIlle, tomatoes, and la about'*lx: month time Indlan- trying to be led by the horn, but In- n.haiUII.

several purchases of land at Melbourne Indisposed of late, and a little vacation i beans, etc., appear to be growing quite ola' resident*'may have the pleasure of toad of a COlton signal, he send forth .Indian. River Lodge, F. A. M., .m
and vicinity he has also bought an exceQent at the beautiful home of Major Magruderno luxuriantly, notwithstanding the late seeing him return with a bride. If inch a neigh that makes night hldeou "Port la Maaonlo IMI
meeting
tract. of hammock land at the helm" 1 the order oo hold Its regular
doubt did her some good, for aha frost, which, we are told, did DOd la the case, we hope Mr. and Mi* Johnston or starboard your Visiting treth-
end of the Narrows the la the bank to-night
north on peninsula tan over
looked better than when she arrived on them owing to the ahelter hearty old-fash the ship, and away sail the JoDy
for a vegetable farm and lemon they receive win receive a right heart are cordially Invited to be yftient
reD
grove. He will also set out a pineapple Monday, Miss Magruder attended the from the Immense oaks, magnolia, pal. toned welcome on their arrival at In- perfect safety, and with a grateful S. H. Bay, secretary.
field at Melbourne. dance at Masonic Hall last night mottoes, etc- dianola.ai.. to the four legged patrolman.


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.. Interesting Paragraphs. from' allOver and improvement Haying settled r'o or coin, gold or silver,-redeems money itself pawt fl
that NEWS OF THE ORDER ,
by your prompt response Georgia/
that
DISCt7S81O2f. the full
FOR reason n legal tender
FLORIDA. :
TITUVILLE intends to be represented at the world's sib
the State. ALL SECTIONS. for dis or paper dollar will buy IcgS
of subjects a gold
fair the question now is how shall we da )
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of Alliances and "a that ItU
Matthewf of Boston, says sol Untiil recently anion has obtained '
Mayor ,
of the
genera of the coun possessed same legal measure
of'
fiat] In fifty years the majority of the Governor Northern has appointed )lr. that the assembly of Items of Interest to in response to a value

people! of Now England will be of ,Jt B. Edwards county judge of Walton. appropriation.Georgia cannot There constitutionally have been make opinions an men Everywhere. desire that some more .-

Irish and French descent. All the street car lines in Atlanta have to the contrary in the press, and I ._ UK at 'luc."luU-c The Philadelphia! Ledger sips "An
been purchased by syndicate, and electric nave invited several distinguished gentlemen PBESIDETT FOLK ; tie people might consideration given to the question of
of Alexander II. ot cars will substituted for the dummies of the state to address the looted: presidential probabilities in 1803 weald
The memory convention President Polk of the
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and "hay burners. the What are the uses be valueless which did not take into
The counties serious
Rossta it to be perpetuated by a mag- on subject" mers' Alliance, was
the Farmers'
A Wllkes who, had I account Alliance
farmer
county a were then called, and showed a full complement Constitution few days move
alficenlmonsmentIn Moscow to the chance to get 0 cents for his1cotton hesi of delegates. Governor North- Atlanta commodity In what mcnt From a mere sncck noon the
talked freely of the Alliance
abolition of serfdom The Imperial tated. Tb result was that hit sold It one era was elected permanent chairman, and aims hop and achle differ from other western political horizon it has, with
day this week for 0} cents. It be had OaisMi Ma* Ifcpatta with gress, wonderful rapidity grown to be a great
sweratary
at night ,
be a
statute will Hghted by questioned to the
On being ,as
held it a little longer he now believes that Messn. Jenles, Wkidby and Bamsassistants. the money for this cloud, which the astute t'01iticalleadel\
great number: of electriC glow lamps. be would have had to give some ODe a The governor then asked fora of had the movement in those to furnish it! ot both parties are watching with anti
he organized
cromo to take it delivery of opinions on the of just be furnished wiioily unmixed wiiu alarm
Font member. of the BOW Senate, power said: "The state money Trough the West aad through the South
The premium lists of the exposition to the legislators to make an appropriation. have effected in Iowa Ohio money to be taxed
and only four, were born beyond the beheld at Atlanta, October 19th to November Many able speeches were made. Mr. York we have .been made of be paid for the use the movement has advancedwith rcssuk-

limits of the United States.: Senator 7th, have been printed and arebbng A. J. Cobb, of Athena, advocated the best material, and as an up how high a rate! able celerity, gaining enormous numerical
McMillan of Michigan, WM born In ( distributed as rapidly as possible. use of the State road lease money.' Captain spirit which actuates those business of this country, force: day by da,., Latterly it has foundsupporters
in both tbe middle and eastern
.
The lists can be bbt&oednd! any other Harry Jackson offered a resolution money!
Alliance of Iowa
Hamilton, Ontario, and Senator Gal- Information needed-from the secretary to request the general assembly to ap- journed State commissioned and, by the "RIght of states, and legislation bearing the Alliance
,
linger of New Hampshire first law of the company, at the office, 88 J South priate $00,000 from the sale of the Oke- and .. then.turalrighta trade mark has been introduced not
tween forty fifty men,
'the light of day at Cornwell, in ,the Broad street,. Atlanta lesBokee swamp lands Mr. Griggsby E. them out from the city of are tbe highwmys only in congress, but in almost every legislature
that'of Penn
I offered resolution the including sylvaniv'
Thomas a that What
There Is coming before the highways
of Canada. Senator a one supreme the field.III' New York I *
Mme province
; .
court which will excite much In- convention recommend to the general assembly That of the public in regard
spirit.
Jones of Nevada was born In Here- terest. It is the cue of Logan vs. the that f200,000.be appropriated out same made of first-class and very Kentucky Farm (Shepherdsville, Ky.)

fordshlw England, and Senator Pasco Western and Atlantic railroad, a suit for of any funds in the treasury, and if it aisle material.up I find among ,. public highways says: "In 1850 the agriculturists of

If Florida was born in London. damages., Mr. Julius Brown will appear cant Do "constitutionally to be prepared very same complaint that I find America owned over 70 per cent of the
for the road, claiming that the Western and submitted to the people. the country-tbe scarcity of the rights of the wealth; to-day ,they own 24} per cent
and Atlantic road is no longer in exist Ooonel) F. 0. Tat, of Pickens, moved gives them no price for their to public highways and pay 80} per cent'of every dollar that
Now last Bancroft haa gone It' ia ence. ,$What the justices say about this that the whole question be referred to a The theory of diversifying the rights of the is collected in taxes. No wonder they t
the opinion of Edward W. Bok, of the will be interesting. committee of one from each congressional localities that are tributary crops to railroads are organizing and bonding together for

:Hew York Commercial Advertiser, that General Gordon has secured a "demit," district and two at large, to report kets and easy of access, with the use of the high. the purpose of securing,the life of the
back a plan. 'The motion was. adopted bridges and improve republic and the liberties of the j.eople.
Francis Parkman becomes tho greatest which changes his alliance membership making it profitable, is
unanimously. The governor appointed Who ought to own the The closing years of this century will
from DeKalb county to Taylor county proven by the abandoned farms \ '
American historical :writer, and the lie joined the alliance In DeKalb county, Captain Harry Jackson and General Clement chusetts and other portions of thefrailrnads! witness the mightiest! economic and industrial -

announcement that the sixth part of but hU stock farm I. id Taylor county. A. Evans at large. The various land, and the mortgaged farms railroads be owned by revolution that history will prob-
Mr. Parkman' great historical aeries His business Is keeping him on the farm delegations appointed their own representatives York. New. Jersey ought to How much should the ably ever be called upon to record a revolution
just now and will for time and at on the committee. They were: richest state in America to-day, use! that will attest the virtue,
some ,
It nearly.ready,.possesses a degree of hi. application the transfer of membership First District, A. T. Bradwell, of Chatham land all over that state has to awn and control the manhood, patriotism and love of, liberty'

unusual Interest. This part will cover was made accordingly. It is said that he ; Second District, A. Q Moody, of from 80 to 60 per cent. in tho [ What portion of the of every laborer of .this country."

the period from 1700 to 1748, and the attends the alliance meetings regularly, Thomas; Third District, W. L. Glessner, years. In Ohio, when I v as belongs to the gov- .
of and takes quite an interest in a quiet of Sumter; Fourth District, G. Thomas, long since, Governor Campbell The Farmer's Mutual Benefit Association '
historlaa baa collected ,
a groat mass
of MusC Fifth District U. Smith of be- Assemblies Illinois have
way, in alliance affairs. <'gee' the lands of Ohio bad of the remainder throughout
unpublished material for It. Fulton; Sixth District, 11[. II., Sandwich, value $8,000,000 in the past occupy it as homes been holding meetings: recently, and are
-- Tk Ce.p Rep.rt. ; Seventh District, Seaborn "How will the alliance affect that the government bent on receiving more money for the
Canada Imported into this country The crop report of the agricultural de- Wright, of Floyd; Eighth District, Andrew i'tcal relations of the wheat crop of 1891. They are callingon
partment for May shows that the acreage J. Cobb of Clarke; Ninth District, the taxes be raised from associations throughout tbe countryto
during the year ending Juno SO, 1890, ;I of corn is S per cent more than last year; H. P. Bell, of Forsyth; Tenth District, classes"In thi ought to be exempt! pass resolutions similar to theirs as

various articles valued at $39,042,977. of cotton, 10 percent less; oats, IS per Patrick Walsh, of Richmond. to eclipse my all judgment others with the taxes to be raised from follows: "Resolved That we combineand
The total Talneof dutlablo merchandise cent less; wheat 14 per cent. less. Only At the afternoon icssinn a resolutionwas think that if the farmer is What personal prop- demand no less than $1.25 a bushel
85 cent. of the IB left
per peach crop on for wheat of 1801."
adopted requesting Georgia' our
representatives crop
WM $27,023,297. Fourteen millions self to his country and to his
tho trees, and as thoy'contlnue to fall, at the fair to appear at the to pay the taxes They expect to have frequent and numerous -
ought to subordinate all other
nine hundaod and seventeen thousand probably 25 per cent. will be nearer cor opening, and from time to time in suit questions to this movement. be levied! Who ought meetings, and firmly declare they
,nlno hundred and twolve dozens of rect. Cholera prevails in a mild form of clothes made of, Georgia manufactured "What will be the of will have this price for tho wheat cr it
effect
throughout the Bt to. The of the
a report cloths. A resolution also will
was never move.
tho Dominion valued government to protect
from to to the farmers'
eggs came melon is not correct and is not agree
crop passed that the fair should be closed on *
"at $2,068,086 and four hundred and |'given. The stand of is "That will be the great ought to be best
corn reported as The committee in Free Hamburg Iowa
Sunday. appointed which will drive the of persons or of Speech ( ) sayst
inety-one thousand dollars' worth of poor, and the preparation of tbe land the morning then reported tho following the power third party. If their "With the farmers of tho country united

canned lobsters. Canned lobsters and very imperfect. The outlook for this resolution, which was unanimously and just demands for simply tho revenues of tho to punt government, from president
crop is not encouraging. The average This convention down to it being
: rely
adopted. fully recognizing county, we may upon -
eggs were not dutiable last year. cash price for the state is $1. Floe the importance of Georgfa. being more than their just rights be to ,vote done. They will make some mistakes -

$1.19. The stand of cotton ia not at all properly represented at the world's Columbian by other parties, no power on best system of voting but that is to be expected; everybody
the farmer out of
The question of the preservation oi satisfactory and it is fourteen days late. exposition at Chicago ia 1803, keep a to be the principal that does anything makes mistakes,
That is '
the Chesapeake oyster Is being widely The excessive wet spell followed by a rind being here in response to the call of my judgment. They organizations but they are the ones that get there.,
cd a point where ,they must
drought in sections makes
many our governer, do resolve, of the in They are already making the cold 'chills
in and at Much aad I think that have meetings
agitated Maryland a mass 'of the inaccurate. they
report very 1. That the legislature of this State be best conducted run up tho backs of the boodlers, and
meeting hold in Baltimore It was de- cotton has been replanted since the reports be requested to appropriate $100,000 for was that unfortunate they will have that It.the I the political power of the work Is only begun.

termined that a concerted effort shouldbe were made out. the purposo of enabling the State of did not attention to exerted! 55*

made to secure legislation which A Co.r.derat. RcinUi. Georgia to make an exhibition of her resources peals of pay the more American V The Chickataw Menenger, (Okolons,
The unveiling of the confederate monument at the world's Columbian exposition fifty-first We : is an extract from Con Mine) is greatly encouraged by tho evidences -
would roetore ,the depleted supply. at Jackson, Mis*.,- on tho 2d of for 1893. congress.from the are speech at an Alliance be saw of the harmony, zeal and
something
,Owing to the destruction of the oyster June, will be the occasion of a grand re 2. That a permanent committee of one "What is the most fifty-second. ago at Thompson determination pervading Alliance ranks

'beds nineteen flrma of__ nvatni-_. packers union of old confederate soldiers from all from each congressional district and two !,..?.f ...V"We .- ? l ?" pressing platform there bRA I The divisions among Alliance men so
ore e
nn of the from the State at large be appointed for ""' "' : often heard in the not
,have left Baltimore and while 16 parts coubtry. General Gordon, want the next apwer"c But l t-us see partisian press, are
as General of the United Confederate the purpose of carrying into effect the congress First an income patent 'to even a careful observer. in
and to
000,000 bushels of the bivalves wore Veterans, bas been invited to hold the objects this convention.The some financial system system, of the so change tax paid us $73,000,000 Southwest Mississippi. '

gathered in 1876, that quantity was annual reunion there during the 2d and following committee under the furnish the country with an years ago the million '
reduced to '8,000,000 bushels in 1890lFJamboldt : 8d, end has accepted the invitation. Special resolution was appointed: Capt Harry of currency to the loud, however.'that it The Alliance Farmer, Atlanta;. Go.,
Jackson and General C. A. Evens, from supply "There is the fact
arrangements have been made with ,mands of the business of tho e fellows ride about says: no denying
the railroad. Cheap transportation will the state at large, and from the congressional which sail around the world that a majority of the residents of our
Kan., Is a musical town bo given and tho occasion will be cele- districts in order: A..T. Putnam, of we the cannot get so is long as An income tax now cities and towns are arrayed sgutost the

and posesses a young women's, mill. brated by imbosing ceremonies "We of Brunswick; O. B. Stevens, of Terrell, rency few men. I think countiy: that this COD la times as much as then, Alliance, and so long as this state of

,tarT band that would bo a credit to a have seat out notices to, the camps all W. L. Glessner, of Amcricus; Louis M. mount question."Silver would be $10,000- affairs exists the 'farmers will be arrayed
over the north and south," said General Gerrard, of Columbus; Uoke Smith, of be and tobacco; 12,000- against the towns.
barge olty. The members are all wo. Clement A. Evans, "and very large numbers Atlanta; It. W. Jemison, of Macnn; l Sea: the legislation but would do from the express ..
men Prof, the director born Wrigbt. of Rome Andrew J. Cobb, right direction we The Cook county Signal'
except llageo, are expected. Speeches will be I lieve that free and unlimited to $15,000- (Gainesville,
made of the noted confederate f Athens; F. 0. Tate of Pickens Pat Texas)) "The Alliance is
and the eldest is only 20 years of age. by many most i ; would give us all that is Insurance companies. says: sweeping-
add officers, and altogether it will be Walsh, rf Augusta, 'it more than $400,000 the whole state of Texas, not only in the
It is have attained want however and
they a great of the Gen. C. A. Evans tbea introduced a are but ia !
one grandest reunions ever held in mand it We without taxing the country, the cities, towns and
deal of proficiency and play remark. this country. The monument is said to resolution that the convention recommend not believe are solid for that, 2. To make the neces villages.'!
that there is
ably well in time. It is not often that be very handsome and costly. General that the people of ach county meet in to the industrial classes a of man the of duty. 8. To abol- *
William the of Jackson convention and take steps toward an exhibit A call has been issued for
women play the drum and tuba. But Henry mayor who will support ticket that 4. To control or a meeting of
writes that extensive preparations have of their resources at the World's any should also control the National Reform Press Association to
stand
womoa play those pieces in this band. been made for the occasion." Fair, which was adopted unanimously free silver solidly on the"platform of and express com be held at Cincinnati May 18th.

1 ,They, are, prettily uniformed, wear Aa Old c.... On the presidential coinage question, 'I. are our prlnciples- ...
ing helmets and blue dresses trimmed A few days ago the case of Houston Polk is of the opinion that the says we want ; No man can serve two masters. Who
with goIO. vs. Redwine was settled in Atlanta This EXPLOSION ON A STEAMER. will not be controlled by either mistaken and we ever is not for us is against us. Remember -

iI the oldest case on record. Nearly ocratic or republican parties. one class against your! yows.

"An increase of over 700 per cent twenty-five years ago Mr. J. O. Redwine Eight Men Killed and a Score of "What about the third party we want $50 per capita
borrowed $600 from a building and loan Others Injured.A tion In Cincinnati will make prices go THE WOLF CREEK TRAGEDY'
within ten in the value of real
years association, The contract which he London intelligence "My idea of it is this: It is to get There is --
estate in a tingle town in Maine signed called for $200 interest, and he of a terrific cablegram explosion brings which occurred avowedly: for the purpose of debt waut to tell you. In Has Developed Into a Very

shows," remarks the New YOlk Tribune paid the principal and interest, which Monday in the forehold of the a third party movement. Of was $4.0,00,000-
amounted to $800. But when he over $3,000,000,000 Serious Affair.A .
thoughthe British order, as an organization: can
"that all the real estate 'booms'are steamer Tancarvillo, undergoing
had settled the matter with the association repairs in the dry-dock at One ing: to do with it. There will be of the shrinkage of telegram of Monday from Duck-
not limited to the far Western he was confronted with hundred men and boys were Newport at work in less alliancemen in that take more to pay the town. Tenn., recites the fact that the

State Some of the New England the demand to piy $40 a month and around the steamer when the sufficient number at least, If they have taken origi horrible tragedy occurring at Wolf creek
States are not Increasing rapidly in until ho had paid in $4,000. lIe refused occurred. Eight men were explosion killed any errors, to have the enemies it all. The general last week has proved to be more serious
to and the association la. alliance attribute has been about 4} than at first
par and it to the order. per supposed. Bell, the man
population, but the careful Investor ititutoct Wit against mm. '1'ueveae has i outright more twenty-five. The or steamer thirty were therefore, in favor of good get 8 per cent, but you who was in the mob that tried to kill

eon still find profitable use for his been tried several times, and has gone I badly damage by the explosion The was men belonging: to the order being from 12 to 60. The Bellow, the witness, and was shot by

money ,in purchasing: real estate in through the ordeal of two or three su- Tancarvillo is a tank: steamer ogaged in in that convention with a view are getting all of the Bailow has since died. The young brideof
premo Ctmrt! decisions. After the case ing them from means losing all."
Grandfather Bell
committing
who
oil in bulk from any was se terribly
lome of tho seaport towus and water bad been before Marshall ctorkl carrying American ports, ..
Judge .
and her last was from Philadelphia or doing anything premature. whipped by the Bell woman, after suffer
Ingplaeo* with less risk than in the for two dayi, a settlement was agreed for Havre.: voyage AfterrellcblDg latter- does anything at all. in my [ FKESS. i ing untold and excruciating agony is

Western towns, which sometimes decline upon, in which by the payment of $300 port and discharging she proceeded to should simply refer the whole held in Waco I dead, and has been buried. Three other
the association agree I to dismiss the suit. to the people in their primary of men' who with
In prosperity as quickly as they Newport, where she was' to lotd for a new were the 'women white
Mr. Redwinu said that the case was unjust ereign capacity. In other work of the were
: if
Baltimore. There is no doubt the ex. caps very seriously not fatally
tare
grown. but rather than continue the litigation not think that the conference The The
caused that : regular annual inJured renort nf the affair r>nV>-
plosion was by prevailto -
gases -
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-- which has consumed so miDyyeart lishtd the
less in the holds JUStille In sustaining or State Alliances in DuckUwn Reporter Nashville
a greater or extent of ,
In consequence of tho scarcity of of valuable time, he would pay the money all oil-carrying ships. The farce of the anything! except a conservative The reports of Herald and Chattanooga Feict,
French rural labor, Italians! como over Just to get out of the,courU. explosion wa so great that tho foredeck triotic address to the people." >el must be re- aroused much indignation among the Bells

the southern border and Belgians over flecrcla Win k. Tk.r.. was torn from its fastenings and blown "In how many states' have and acted upon. and their friends, and they swear vengeance
tho northern to work for stated Georgia will be represented at theworld' off. As the steamer was out of the Water efficient orlfRDlzatloDl1""Ol1r changes in the organic on Lditor: Craigmiles, of the
period fair, and the legislature will appropriate there was no pressure on the hull to' jurisdiction extends to must at each annual Reporter In fact the threats hue be-
and then go back to their homes. In $100,000. That is what counter-balance the tremendous outward states They are organizing very considered, fully dis- come so open that Crtigmllea has fled

Corsica the Italians come in squads of the convention of citizens of the state Strain exerted by the explosion and it is on the Pacific coast. )- Officers are elected from town and his whereabouts is un

six: to ten eMU under a leader whom have alb 4 upou the general assembly to reported that some of the plates on the fifty counties of California have of work pertaining to known. The daughters of o d man Bell,
do, and a* eminent lawyers have decidedit bottom of the Tsncarville were blown bed, with a membership of sod the regulation who whipped the bride to death,are now
they sail the corporal, who Is generally can be done, the legislature will perhaps from their bolts The woodwork: of the are organizing very rapidly in organizations dis under arrest but their friends declare
Ue best workman, and whom they do It. It was a representative bodyof forward portion of the steamer caughtfire of Washington and Oreg+. no meeting ever held they shall never be placed to jaiL Sher fC

pay something extra for hU services citizens that met in Atlanta in regard but the flames were Soon extin no state organization in Delaware ever has been pro. Hancock: and posses are at the seat of
to Georgia's exhibit at the World's guished. Jersey and some of the good as this one will! trouble. It is expected that bloodshedwill
u corporal. Their wages are usually Pair at Chicago in 1803, and there can that have lately been admitted was encouraged by follow when the women are taken
$90 per year, out of which they pay I be no doubt but that their action will be union[ are without state other sections, and to jaiL Wolf creek h right in the heartof

their own expenses (board about $32, endorsed by the people of the entire. ate. MORE KILLED I.,. "What"progress is the personalities was sub Frog mountain and is surrounded on
I I Governor Northern called the conventionI raking? and consider all tides by the blockade stills Everybody -
travelling: $7, corporal's. fees $3), so -- "The more that Is tbat is roused
to order and said: "Gentlemen of the I subject promised and fully armed,
that they,are able to carry back at the Convention( : The purpose of our assenai While Trying: to Prevent the the more the people think about condition of and the outcome of the tragedy will pro-

end of the year1 work 240 francs I i bllng I am sure is fully known to you Employment of New Men. more it grow upon them. baby be moro murder.

($:8), which It considered by them and to the people of the state. The A dispatch from Denver Col., says been anxious from t44 beginning; .
i i prompt response ji u have made is sufficient A terrible fight took place Monday forenoon it discussed and have challenged AUinnu (San Fran THE GRIP IN LONDON.-
good pay. In the north of Franco Indication that the citizens of Georgiaare between a party of striking brick. slon. But no one has jet come S me people; do not
Belgian laborers flock over the border determined to be properly and makers and a gang of colored men who to answer our argument I have comprehend that the Business -

from the middle of July 1 to the first of J worthily represented at the world's fair. I bad been employed by F. N- Davis, stated that a m ijurity of the its measure of value Seriously Affected-
It remains now for the convention to determine proprietor of the brickyard to take their some of the suutbcra states are '. tender silver or Gladstone Sick.A .
September in great numbers. They I the character and extent of the places. Davis, his son and several negroes to it. My owe ,opinion (s that l pay as many debts cablegaam of Monday reports that
are described as sober, frugal, seldom e.htbit and the ways sad means of all heavily armed were going to southern state I Is there a majority as, many gold dol.. tho epidemic of influ:uz* from which

seen in. the wno-! 'hopa. and lodging" securing it. The character, it appears to I I work, when they were interrupted l y a people opposed to It. When I gold dollar; or England bos teen suffering for some time
on the farms where thew work. In me, should be in every way worthy of the I bend of strikers and ordered back bat do not mean the all i* not the meas peat is now ravaging London. All business -
mineral!, the agricultural and the manufacturing Devil warned the striker to get out of the people. I have tender value. Full is more ot less affected by the
one small commune of IJOO Inhabitant resources, as will have a tendency -' the way The latter refused sad Davis la ili.ls.take rivuator George' [ silver ovney reduce. absence of eniploret, The business of
In the Department of the Nord to build up the eta'e and give us and his men opened fire. Two of the forced to the stump agues for gold bank law courts Lt seriously impeded, and

$3000 (iu wages were paid to transient many more good citizens. It also occurs strikers are mortally wounded, and sixteen what the rrsuit; wilt Ua the el<< i changers or many important cases have been postponed .
Belgian laborers in one harvest boo'' to me that our OIhi'i' should compare other are more or less hurt The Cab telL We bop to do awy complain, of course. lo the house of commons atone
favorably with those of all other stii.... Davis party were all arrested. Davis great deal of u jlMl' and &. : coinage of silver lorty-one me nutrs are recorded as suffering
caustt: French laborers could not be ob-j Georgia bus won the name of the Empire says the strikers bad guns, but the latter legislation. Wt want t> rr U> out of the country is from influenza. Mr. G.edatone.the
taiued. State of tho south. She cannot now deny it. culture to its true position of States silver money Uie t of the prominent men of Great

We west to brlsg to the front j made a full legal 'Britain to be announced on the sick liat.J .

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IIII aa IIer ,LORfl A'S BUDGET 'peitmcnN Jacksonville nave, and bwn several mad.others, tight in St in $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN $65 MbT p I 'a t

Augustine:, and iu enrli instance with no
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Is It possible a first-class Buggy with Sllvor-platod Dash Rail Seat.
'aa T Newsy Notes and Pointed bents exception inoculated, pronounced with benefit the lymph to the have VM- Hall: Handles, Hub Bands, and Shaft,Tips, for above price? 1'F zeta:

boon th retnlts.Florida. I It s
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Prod nee rrt.... Z 0 < msiMZr"A : 'AACINEWIS.
The late st quotations ol tbe New York > < > 11.I o !c >
Florida has 2,5C< mi'es! of railroad market : ""
lire sic fo'lows: Indian river Ef-.I -t- <
Klo naof In her railroad earned iO.OOl rer oranges, f incvlcctio! -<, $4.30 to $5: ; *" ft::: U (,,) Z Q : C 1'1 10 iCt ;
7or 1890. Indian rivers in straight lots, $y.SO tn ?4 t< 0 0 'i zl'1 s I
ofa The1 A. & W. Railrdnd hns been sold per box; Halifax rivers in straight lots, "O oaWI 9'

;- Palatka pnrtit T. A. Darby is pres. $4.50 per box; ether sections, briah', g < ... O > .."C. .Ia
6- ent W. J. Winegar, treasurer and P.B 176s and 200s, $325 to $3 CO; bright: 0. ex: < :"3" ttII

hath Austin general manager. 150s, $2.73 to $3; bright, 120, $2.SO; / n 11.I Z m 0 0. X :z

A Live Oak dispatch says: Col. w. bright, DOs to 112s, $1.73 to $2; N a' 0) 11I
at K> Chipley\ will put a cord| s of hands and russets, as to size and quail Y. per box < } 0; : 1'1t aa
1i 1\ prveyors to work in Lafayette county to $1.75 to $3; polntoeR, $7 :i0 to $8:50: per :I bO' z no F
i1.i- Ilia out and pit forty-Uvb thousand acres barrel ; seconds, $4.50/ to $3: per barrel; :J < r,1 :tJ A D III

e flt phosphate lands. beets, $1.23; to $1.73 per crate; cabbage, ;.,..., .O tn C zrII rrho --

{. Hdian[The steamer river Sweeney, running on the 18$1 per to.$1.60 crate;per wax barrel beans; cucumbcm$2,50 ,to$3$4 to \'/ for our Now SO page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. LOBLUMBERYARD ft eITY"TRUCI S *. '1

)1a I between imsville and Eden per crate ; round beans. $::3..GO to $3.50 AddressSOUTHERN j SPRING WAGONSj ALL STYLES. y,
undergoing repairs at Jacksonville af.r
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which the will commence moving the pit crate; flat beans $2 to $3.60 per BUGGY CO.

11i. neapple is to be crate; tomatoes, carriers, $3 to 3.50 per : OHIO I r.AtFNT j r',
usually heavy.crop enrich reported crate; tomatoes, $2.60 to $3 per crate. CINCINNATI I I \t- U.S.A. % HuoaIMs > LADIES CHAISE r.

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ij. till! to be entitled "an act to abolish M
, Bo municipal government of the town ofBtnford UNCLE SAM BEATEN. PATSNt CHAISK BRAKE\J '

Orange couqty, Fla., and to oranize -

t tI( rsuant a to city this government act has been for' introduced the same, Cubans New TakeAdvantage Tobacco Tariff.of the p FISH BR9S WAG!N G9- '

a Bto the .legislature. John W. Link, a special; agent of the
t p McLean &, Co., the contractors who treasury recently statioued in New Orleans RACINEWIS. 4 47y1E

t iuilt the Alabama :Midland and are nowt arrived in Chicago Tuesday under e -
r work on the South Bound, havefecured special orders to investigate a phase of ttt>?bttit6lbII 6EE .
r the contract to construct the extension the McKinley tax upon Cuban cigars thatthe DStf6t8/It11I189A6 ,, : are making a specialty this season of what /: ,'
of the South Florida railpay government bad not anticipated and 01 &
we can our PARAGON(; HARNESS. '
from Pembcrton Ferry to some pointn which is seriously impairing the revenue / ''
I | this line rscst of Gainesville. Forty. expected from the tobacco trado. Link t? Ft ter t6fi Made of the FINEST| STOCK and the very / .
Eve' miles from Pemberton Ferry toPuncllon has discovered thut the Cubans have got e e .w 1 BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness F

will bo under construction in a away ahead of Uncle Sam without com- sNSUR cannot be bought for less than $25. tj? y''

lew'days.: This line will parallel the milling any fraud, and nothing can stop LARGEST at retail. But we are willing, .
Florida Southern.I I them. Under tho McKinley law Cuban \" / #
.DUCING In order to Introduce It, to e;
An Intcrlachen special thit at the cigars arc taxed $!.CiO per pound and 25
ixamlnation; session of the says Florida Hor per cent. ad valorem duty. The old duty I TONET000H PIANO FACTORIES SELL ONE SET ONLY % $ PhPV' .4 y.t

ticultural Society, in recent session there was $2.50 and 25 )per cent. respectively. j I to one person as a :Y' .\" 4 5 0,+d v
k resolution was passed expressing the Tho new law sent prices of Cuban cigars' AND 1NL-- -- t IN THE le '. sample for tt veils: I. "'; P

greatest indignation of the members at up according to the increase, but soon ORL ... 't., o.ta \f. .
the appointment of Walter S. Maxwell, dealers began to fell Cuban cigars'at ::4i : $16.50. tj?' -.Q.4. A ,,<" <' ''''.A.'i:..<, ... t : tt
bf California, as superinttndent of the old prices, and on orders from tho treasury : \ v' ". ("' <
(horticultural department of the World's department, Link, who was then &WLAND CIll / / .. ", t'o( It

[Fair, and protesting strongly against his stationed at New Orleans, began an Investigation i ,.. / & t1 JtiSt.. p" \ ,,, F;a ttotv

[onfirmation by the board of directors. which. resulted in the_discovery () ..-7/' : :;. < <' e".r" \1 ,,,, '
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1.'t'
10, Horticultural Society numbers about that the Cuban cigar makers have / >
iOO1 I members, chiefly orange growers, been for some time making tbeir cigars OUR NEW IMPROVED SINGERHIGH '.P'9+ \ \. : ': ';' '} .
I '"t
md over 100 were present at the meet light. They wrapped the cigars much v'. t> ;(\ ''' .'.''. $ .,r. . ARM THIS TVLC.ONLYtaB.OOU) ',. >$>" c"-+ I
looser and smaller with v"
slightly the result i' ;( 4"'" JI>. ( .:'
ing.
0 ?& SjH. .t : ..< ")%"'." "':d" o '\i
of from two to three ; .
saving .
The Jacksonville, Tampa and Key pounds z mt> i*, n .?.f ", 7.7tV. ,1 1>(".'.......0$'....'.("; ., ,- /\i.\
in This makes t
Vest Railway system has served notice every 1,000 cigars. a saving Li i (I) : /" ac'O ov' A ;iJ'I'I'oJ> w 1v P'W Pt 1
of from $9) to $13 thousand 2 oof
per J X
n Commissioner Slaughter/ that it will cigars, and the practical result is th,t w0 ] i uiT r/fcn* 11 U, LJ t I '4 eX l
thdraw from the Southern ..
Passenger f 11:
IW
the increased duty doe not bear 1
.ssoclation on Juno 0. This makes tbo any 4 r ''' f7n ONE OF THE 40 STYLED WHICH WE MAKE
IS
harder than the old tariff, and the only 'W-i THIS
bird line that has pulled out of the association ... .!.t.
difference to the smoker is that ho
gets u a ., vh
[ within the last thirty days. The w _
{Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West istone slightly smaller cigar, loosely wrapped w F z co I

Of the lrlncipollines in Florida and hY .4
n
j
WILL REORGANIZE. WJ LL TJV"C-9'LJ.HIJA PAEITS
its
withdrawal carries with it considerable wnda .0 ,Y
significance. Many of the competing CURED. area b" mad 0"a z a,
lines do not seem satisfied, and a reorganization Westinghouse Electric Company LARGE TRIAL BOTTLE:

of the Southern Passenger Under New Managers. .G.TooIOfti..ndA..PIaI., : .. z K

|association at no distant date will probably A }I'ktsbuc!', Pa dispatch of Sunday HALL 01UICAI CO.,3860 Filrmount., Phil.Pi. C._ ro
jesult. : Negotiations looking to the re '
says -
correspondent at Scffncr faYS: The organization of Wcstinghouse Electric COTTON CULTURE. CINCINNATI I I Shortest le dE9Quickest. m z.me

frequent showers of rain have caused Company will now be brought. to Issue, 0.

some orange trees to bloom again. The providing the stockholders agree. The Report of the Condition of the Compartment and Pullman< Palace -< J -< .'
red spider has been discovered in a few plan i. to be carried out by a syndicate, : Plant for May. Sleeping Cars through without change. III M +
orange groves but the owners don't ap- composed of August Delmont, the New : making direct connection No. 106, STAR GEAR SPINDLE BODY.
prehend much danger from the little York banker Charles Fairchild, of Lee, The May cotton report of tho depart In CENTRAL UNIONOT ,NATV&'lj WOOD seine, OR PAIHTCD.
pests, Vegetable growers are pleased Higsinson & Co., and Brayton Ives, : meat! of agriculture at Washington, Issued DEPOT for Ol. LOUIS Built on Honor. Entirely different from Cheap Western

,with their returns for all shipments, except president of the Western National Bank, Saturday, relates to the progress of And the WEST:: and with Through carlines Work. Live Dealers wanted. Territory given. '
for cabbage, which seem to bo a of New York who with Henry D. Hyde, planting. The proportion of the pro. for ... j '
drug on the markets. The prospects for president of tbe Equitable Life Insurance posed breadth already planted on the 1stof "the E
KINCMAN I U R! T VA N T & L A R R AB E
a floe corn crop is very flattering, which Company; Msrcellus Hart > May was 7R.tf per cent which is lees NORTHWEST ,,,JST; i
makes' the farmers feel to ley, of Hartley & Graham of ban tbe average of o series of yean '
encouraged also with through carlines
CARRIAGE, AND SLEIGH BUILDERS -
think: they are raising enough for home New York, and Charlie Fracia Many correspondent report planting one forBUFFALO" DE R01 : *} -. ,
Adams of Boston have to two weeks late, especially late in North lanadaCHICAGO"
comsuption.'' agreed Pointe fo SEND FOR FULL CATALOGUES.: BINCHAMTON, N.Y.
A number of colored to become members of the boardof Carolina and Tennessee. Fully' onethirdof and the Eaat. .. ,
men held a con.fcrence the to be seeded north of the '--- __ u_ __ __ --- l
director completion of the or area yet ;
in Jacksonville recently for the apon Only one change of cars
ganization. The syndicate above referred gulf states, from Georgia west to Texas,
of the condition of
considering ARE IN THE LEADFOR
purpose WE
the state only 2 or 8 per NEW ORLEANS
ti with vary
the colored people of the State and after certain creditors of the company, averages Meridian,' ,
consultation and deliberation has agreed to take $3,000,000 of 7 percent cent. The figures are at follows: Vir Jackson Yickaburir, Points in
a prolonged FINE QUALITY AND 'STYLE OF SPRING VEHICLES.
hold .' preferred stock, upon the assent of ginia, 53 per, cant; North Carolina, 03; AND T1IEI
unanimously agreed to a pulIc'meeting \) the stockholders to the plan, which comprise south: Carolina, 78; GeQr"II80; TEXAS HOST
on May 19 in Jacksonville, Florida, 92 Alabama, 80; Mississippi, I SIFT 7S1 tS T. THE FOR THE MONET IS OUR SOTTO
the ;
following propositions: The
for the of organizing a colored Passengers via this line are afforded an
purpose
77 Louisiana, 78; Texas 70); Arkanuu,
wrejent authorized capital, $10,000,000, ; Mountain and BEST ONE OF
information bureau through which they excellent view of Lookout
be 76 Tennessee, 71. The delay is due, la
is not to increased ; holders of outstanding ;
wUl be able to receive transmit Information Historic
and surrounding Scenery.
all sections of the cotton belt to
excessive -
stock, amounting to about MATERIAL OUR CATA
relative to the condition of
all of which rainfall in February and March, -
$7,000.000, is common stock,
headquarters their people to at be any in Jacksonville.and all times, The the are to surrender 40 per cent of these which made early ploughing impracticable & 0. RAY, 8. E. P-ss. Agt., Atlanta AND LOOUESWORKMAN. '

holdings into the f reasurr.FRAUDULENT and to .a very general deficiency Ga. 1
conference appointed J. E. Bistrunk to tbe soil\ and cloddy FULLY
April, rendering dry D. J. MULLANEY, Div. Pass. Agt,
draw the plans for the operation of the PROCEEDINGS and hindering germination. The seedbed Chattanooga.
bureau and present the same at the meet rule ha been & T. A. SHIP LU8TRAtEBWIN i
imperfectly P.
as a prefaced D. G. EDWARDS, O. ,
ing.Mrs. Through Which Governor Boyd and is in a relatively poor condI- CINCINNATI. 0-
Susan Hall died a few days ago Ousted.A tion. This may depend somewhat on S. -w- OUR LINE.
at her home near Orange Park. bhe was was the opportunity for completing the area THE
95: years old and had lived in that neighborhood dispatch of Tuesday from Omaha luring this month, and the prospective SHALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTENTION

come to for Florida the post from forty South year,Carolina having says political A bombshell circle by has the been announcementthat exploded in pr.fits of a large_breadth_ of cotton.. NEW LEVER SAFETYThe A SAMPLE JOB WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT' OUR

when Comparatively a young woman. the official verdict in the Boyd- HIGHEST ON RECORD. WORK IS THE WORK TO BUY.

She has bad tea children born to her, Thayer case was rendered by the supreme --

eight of whom are now living, the court without the discussion> of issues A Young Lady's TemperatureRises BRIDGEWATER CARRIAGE CO.
youngest of them being 41 years of age. and the merits of the case by the judgesof to 158 Degrees.A i
Her husband died twelve years ago, and the court. Never durin: tbe entire :e.O.A.Noxm.:: 'N'agsENE
of Sunday
since that time Mrs, Hall has continuedto proceedings was there a conference held Memphis dispatch Bays; .
One of the most extraordinary cases in -----
which Maxwell -- -- -
live at the old homestead. The descendants at Judge was permittedto
his views to medical annals is that of Mills Tolleson a
of Mrs. Hall are very mniuroua, express or Interchange
views with his The student at a leading Institute in that city.
and nearly all of them live within a few colleagues. judgewas
miles of the old homestead. Among out of the state for several weeks, The young lady was attacked with
these numerous descendants are twenty-.: and NorvaL the youngest mm on the onsihtis, a few days ago,her temperature
five great-grand children all living. The bench' is the ostensible author of tbe iiiing to 100 and then to 109, her death

funeral services were largely attended by majority opinion, to which Judge Cobb being momentarily expected, but to the -
relatives, friend. and neighbors from all appended his name after a private con utter consternation of the continue
the surrounding country. sultation in which the oldest justice on physicians her temperature PERFECTION of SIMPLICITYand Cu
The following resolution has been sent the supremo bench was entirely ignored. to rise Heartily to 158 Fahrenheit, ECONOMY of POWER. :
the lso several there
Breaking record
to at Tallahassee by the Immediately after the opinions were filed,
representatives mometers which could not record any NO ciiA.irM. r ro GEA.RH.
Judge Co'-b left the courtroom wilts
jf the board of trade of Jacksonville
secretary higher. The of all is the fact
strangest
Governor Thayer John'T. Webster and
in accordance with instructions VARIABLE: STROKE only two sets
that the lady U improving and
Jndge Iuon. lie went to the ..clerk'ioffice young
recent meeting Resolved..
at :
given a of Revolving Bearing
There is but one parallel i
the be is hereby instructed and ordered a writ issued withoutthe may recover. all around
That secretary ana Beat Hill Climbing and _
record. that of a victim of t
to immediately communicate coosv-nt of nis associates.WOULD case on Safety made. KEPt g1fSSTORES wtON
.
peritonitis, at Omaha, Neb., whose temperature
with the Duval county members of the (INSIST
senate and house of representatives the NOT SELL reached 153 degree OA'.rALOG" IrR]IE. YOUR f 0A pR car
fact that this board of trade views with SENDIOGS V l y"'a

.,alarm the efforts that are being made to Though a Syndicate Offered JACQUES NOT MOBBED. H. B. SMITH MACHINE co. Lc IOREKEEP ,. Bo1c210I:

induce the legislature to repeal or amend $2,500,000 for the Property. ., _ETTINGTl ,; Yj
: MASS.
into Bad ;; OLYOKE
Get
the state board of health law, and ear. But Happened to a SMITHVILLE : ,
protest against any such legislation An adjourned meeting of the stock- Crowd.A 'i- FOR YOU
neatly
bolder of the Tennessee Coal Iron and
u being fatal, not only to Railroad held at cablegram was received at Boston, N. J.__
Company was Tracy City, -
of this but to those of
the interests city,
from the American consul at
the entire state of Florida. That this Tenn., Friday, with over $1,000,000stock Friday, THE TRAVELERS
represented. This is the largest Florence, Italy, stating that the reported ,
board fully concurs in and indorses the e
of is not a
u serious
represent tion at any meeting ever neia. mobbing Jacques really Jacksonville 11I'
the council in the resolutions Florida.
action of city .
proposition to sell all the company's as at first supposed, and that the affair ,
adopted at its meeting of May 5,
occurred in this
manner: Jacques
Tfinnessee property, consisting of several -
( and we appeal to the legislature not to fornances and a large area of coal andiron and his family were oat riding, and, happening .
break down the only safeguard that lands, to an English syndicate for to drive through a street where The Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar 'AGON ? I
lands between and A
our state a repetitionof "WANT
made and stones Fla. brick
$3,500,000, was defeated. The company some arrests were being streets, Jacksonville, A new ,
the terrible of 1888. That
calamity held: one-half of the $10,000,000 stock of and other missile being thrown at the hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and light. I
as
we specially urge the senator and buggies, surreys Higb mot I
upon their struck Adapted We save wagons.
steamboat
from the Enslry Land Company, and a proposition arresting party, equipage was landings. Especially modernized
.Puval to
representatives themselves county ex- to exchange this stock for$500,000 by tome of the flying bricks. The cablegram to transient, basinets. Elegantly far.lIilhe4 Strong, durable, stylish, as beautifully finished is
tit to the
utmost to :
life
of
procurethe stated that at the stones crashed suite. Table Built on honor by men '
defeat of the bill. stock in the Southern Steel Company wa one rooms, single or en manufacture on produce. a
I i accepted. through a window of the carriage and as good u the best. This hotel was built, Honesty U our pQllcyJ prompt ahlpment our .
x..k'. L'..... j _,,,_,
I I struck one of the occupants. furnished and operated a* a $3.00 a day want to know you. you
Although the advene criticism of We WriteSuds :
a Not Yet
Signed. reduced to $3.00. #
house rate are BOW our
;
to business by
number of renowned bus lad ,
the faith of the physicians Jay is Now Safe. day, while the service is better than ever. t.pecta1ty. May reader (4 this pap" Wf
shaken public in Dr.I A telegram from Washington says; Breakfast from IS to 9; lunch from II 1 W K Is free to every

this Koch's, yet lymph the physicians for the cure of of Jacksonville coosump- The statement telegraphed from Madrid Charles L Dixon, the man who In claw to 2:80; dinner from'0:80 to 7:30. This Wagon Co., Bingbamton K. V.
th.t a treaty of commerce between Spain York Is the only hotel in Jacksonville serving "
several
days from Pueblo for BUSINESS.
who have u-ed the new cure are firmer '' ago "BUILT FOR
and the United States for. Cuba would the of regular meals at these hours All others
kilLing and ;
believers DOW in its efficiency than they ', bas signed i at Madri Monday, is not confirm who purpose was subsequently arrested Jay Gould are at least one hour Uter. Use the
were when its virtues were first lauded. d was removed 29 _____
at the of the tickets save ,
department state Both from Travet vs' omnibus
Bellevue JI J
If experiments in they places have been hospital Friday 1
the President aol !
secretary Blaine each .
are
teats
attended disaster morning by a odmber of friends. Dixon wSI.BURTON
by or oca-success the ;
absent from and
the
city po action will
climate of Florida must be the most anfntary upon their ,
re
to be
in which to effect cures, fur six ex turn. kept secret, and after a good
rest his friends wilt take him vest 10 Proprietor I



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h THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1691.

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1_ i have madeits JAMES PMTCHARD, President; W. B. BAnsrETT' ,. Vice-President;
limits which Its Commission might
cannot prescribe any too advocates The the
COAST ADVOCATE. 4- expect* W.M. DROWN, Cashier.
-+ tHE ;WT soon ; and some means of extinguishing demand for money cannot be controlled rulings more effective.. Its

an incipient conflagrationshould by legislation and should efforts to open up competition on STATE
D1YtLOrxUT RIVER
AI'WDKLYI\fOU1lUL or'THE DBVO'MlD 1SDIA1I RIVER 1'0 THE ASDIJ.AK be provided at once. not be. The council of farmers at Indian River were fruitless; its INDIAN BANK

(WORTH IECTIOte.Gfllee Tallahassee cannot control the mandates were evaded, and an in* ,

IT looks as if the Railroad Commission I price of money any more than they junction was secured from the (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

Titusville, would soon be a thing of can say what oranges shall bring; court restraining the new- line from Authorized capital, $100,000Paid

: Washington'indian River Florida.Tj the past. The lower house by a per box or cotton per bale. The using the very privileges which the

.o, I vote of 38 to 17, last Friday, order.. rate of interest Is controlled by the Railroad Commission had adjudgedit f r\N up capital, $25,000

ed that the bill providing its abol demand. If money is plenty, lend 'was entitled to. There has ... Average deposits. $100,000

UBfED EVERY FBIDAT.TEKHS ishment be engrossed for its third ers numerous, and borrowers few, been too much of the milk and

reading. We could scarcely credit it can be had at a low rate. If by; water style about the Commission I Li. .-rt Transacts General Banking

the news when we read it in print putting down an artesian well, one heretofore. It has tried to satisfy ,' .

itered at itwilebrtnurMce u Becond. and thought there must be some of our farmers can double his the people and at the same time Business

.. mistake. If our fears prove correct crop, which means a gain of sever avoid giving offense to railroad

e -.. the people can only blame themselves al hundred dollars per year, he corporations. It is just possible, ; Largest and Oldest Bank on the River

I..Arlablln Advance for such a disaster. Every can well afford to pay 12, 15, or when the house is satisfied, that -

Check, PoetI4! Orller.! nr One anti Two Cent member of both houses, elected even 18 per cent for a little money the Commission is destined to remain DIRECTORS
eft' J'ostage Itamptl.: l last fall, should have been pledged to make the needed Improvement. in existence for two years Y JaeFROTCHAanW.B.BAnVLTTl'reeldent

Onae..................... ........................:..1.110.I.na to support the Railroad Commission His increase in earnings as a resultof longer at least, and that the expense DURKFR Of the National(Vlce-Pre Bank ident of Jacksonville National Bank), J.H of
Month*.. ...... jjo5nr and extend their powers. The securing irrigation will pay; of its maintenance must be J %s'a?= S Jacksonville" ), W. S. GRAHAM and W. M.
'
Mo e Months CoP........'.In...U...8..'.or...Canada........,.Prepaid..! M fruit and vegetable grower has back the entire principal and interest borne by the people ; that it will Baowa.r CORRESrOJTDKNTS.

toy AlilIres8- had a tough time of it in the past, leaving the improvement as enlarge its powers, and give it a National Seaboard Bank National of Jacksonville.Bank of New York and
I
but with the Commission abolished clear gain at the end of the firs better opportunity to demonstrateits 20TITUSVILLE
,Wttor,.................... WALTER B. OaARAt/ without any check whatever or second year. usefulness. We believe if the I LL...

jUwcIate-Editor ft Manager,....C. H.WALTOX. railroad corporations, free to upon ex. The assembly of agriculturalistsat Commission is given another trial,

tort whatever rates they please Tallahassee contemplate an and the senate bill extending its NOTICE.

We 40 cot hold nurselvee ponslble for the from their patrons, his fate will bea ironclad rate of eight per cent, be powers J is passed, no sane man IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED

Htlone of our .colftspoulrnt.communication. but claim cruel one. Where there are com money ever so plenty or scant. would think of trying to get along NOTICE will be sold at Public Auction on the ((1st) Pint Day of June, A. D.
the right to reject any petlng lines of railroads in a certain Capitalists will not bring or send without this necessary branch oi ((1801) Eighteen Hundred and Ninety One at the Court House at Titusville, In the
writ
.CoII\nIDnlcation.for.Iile publication of the paper mnst only be territory, -we can understand their money to Florida where i It our government two years hence. County of Brevard, in the State of Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary

'.lesA plainly nerr.on one'ease. be accompanied. not n"prIl1 b1 theebnnd.In for why the farmer should not be will only bring eight per cent If i: to with pay the the costs amount of sale due and for advertising.Town Taxes herein set opposite to the same.;' together.

tgllcstlon.gntma. gnsr of good h.IIDVEBTIeINO nartifltilarlv anxionn to retain tht they can get_ an equal rate at home Fort Pierce.

safeguard of the people ; but those and see their security, rather _than I Owner.
Description.
fortunate farmers who live in a have it represented by an orange Amount.
BATES Capt. Will Schleppy paid us a call last
section where competition fixes a grove or pineapple farm which week, on his way up the river.. II Q Uawley lot 7 Wager's subdivision block A.. ....
TEH VKAB.On satisfactory rate might have had a neglect or frost may depreciatefifty Jim Paine Unknown njof lot 1 block Blots ... . .. .. ... ... $2IO
inch........................1000Twolnch. little sympathy for those who live per cent. Mr. had a nasty fall on UnknownW 1, 2, 8, 4, 6, 6 and 7 block F.. .. .,.:. 15 75
.................. 1500'Threelnck Friday, and hurt his back very severely.
.....
Five the A Rowland part lots 8 and 10 des deed book J
........: on Indian River where there is years ago ruling rate of: page
20.00.J'our
......
......................... 211.00 outlet. interest in Brevard 18 The trade boat "Sparkle" paid us a 827 block F.. .. .... .. .. .. .. ... .... .. 225
rive Inch Inch.,or Quarter Col........ 30.00 only one county: was visit on Sunday, on her way up the river. Unknown lot 1 block J... .... ... ... .... .. .. .. 45
Hall Cnlmmfl..................... M.OO per cent It has since been demonstrated Unknown lot 1 block K.... .... ... ... .... 120
WboleOoiumn..................100.00 THERE is no doubt that money can be loaned "Irene The Florida" Canning Co.'s trade boat Unknown lot a block K. ... .. .. .... .... .... ... 120
news from her
yw Blx Months, divide the :yearly rate by two in the every would with safety in this section and as down trip.Parson, .came up Saturday : UnknownGeo lot 8, e sub div of block 4... .. .. .... .... 60
el..add 10 per cent.. paper man State like a natural result, this fact along WelsorUnknown lot 10, e sub div of block 4... ... ... ... 120
to keep his readers Informed as to Gove held church here Sunday lot 6, old block 4 as per map of Tituavlllewj 75
1W: Three Months, divide the yearly rate by the doings of the legislature, but with the establishment of two but did not have a very big congregation. J W S Adams of lot 2, block, .... ... ... ... ..... 225
.ftmr and add SO per cent. we are forced to confess it is not banks has had a tendency .to reduce UnknownGeo lot 2, block 6... ...., .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. 760
r. cal Advertisement, Ten Cent Per Line matter. We had the rate which is now an easy hoped to sorry say Mrs M Wilbur lots block.... .. .. .. ..
fcch Insertion. and twelve per cent and it ill. She home in Mr. ... ... "!' 400
; was
secure a copy of the Senate and fall lower in may very Maine's launch. brought UnknownMrs lot I, block 10.. ..... .... ... <.. ... 45
:Paid Reading .:Matter not la "Local Newt"otnmi House Journals regularly and read even future. Sudden : M'E Titus, agent lot 2, block 14.... .. .. .... .. .. .... .... 75
e .,I'lveCenU'Per'! Line Each Insertion. the proceedings in full, but our activity in real estate circles, by On Saturday all hands turned out to UnknownA lot 4, block 14..... .. ..... .... .... .... 120
..legal AdvertlMtMiM at Legal Ratei.n representative writes that the house the building of a new railroad, or fight fire. We luckily got It under control C Gardner lot ?, block 14... .. .... .. .. .. .. ... .... 120
any other cause likely to excite before It did very much damage.Mr. Unknown lot 9, block 18...... .... .. .. .... .. .. .. 45
:* the above rates are for one edition per has been so extremely parsimonious speculation would send the Clementson has been here>the last Unknown lots, block 21..... ... ... .. .. .. .. .. 23
weer.I in the matter that he is rate Unknown lot 4 block .... .
frequently week trying to put down the 22 ... .. .... ... 23
-Bill collected monthly. unable to secure a single upward-and any law intended to but he struck rock so yesterday light he posts start- Unknown lots, block 22..... .. .. .... ... .. .. .. .. 23
"Graham for reference himself. We hold it down would be Impotent. ed down the river., Unknown lot 7, block 22...... .. .. .... .. .. .... .... 30
.Onset,etc." ,may be made payable to copy During stringency of the money Unknown lot 8, block 22.... .. .. .. .... .... ... .. .. 30
AWalton. scan the columns of the Times market in New York last Octoberthe Carleton Bros made their last ,shipment Unknown lot 0, block 22.... .... ... .... .... .... 30
OT Merchant and all other to whom we are Union and Standard c&retully'bu for the season on Saturday. They UnknownC lot 12, block 22... .. .. .. .. .. .i.. .... 23
,Indebted will ottllge us by presenting their bill the reports are far from satisfac rate on call loans rose to 180 said that it did not pay them for their J Hector lot 10, Robbins &; Graham's addition.. .. 45
ttw lit of every month Tor prompt settlement. tory. We read that a bill of a per cent, or half of one per cent trouble. Their returns were very poor UnknownUnknown lot 10 & 7, Robbins &; Graham's additione 30
per day ; all former records were for good truck. i lot 21, Robbins &; Graham's addition 15
certain number has been
ordered
broken. W. T. HABBIN. Unknown lot 22 & 23, Robbins A Graham's addition 30

_,Add.._.._.__..11..nmmnninatlooa_. __.m.n____ to-- crossed for third reading or .... . Unknown lot 64, Joynerville.... .. .. ... e... ?, 03
passed, and perhaps the title is 11; is a gooa rUle 10 lei people Some of the Grand Army boys Unknown lot 66, Joynerville.. ... ... .. .. .. .. 08
EAST COAST ADVOCATE given, but never the full text and take care of (their own business. be may B Godfrey lot 23, Rerdell's addition....... .. .... .. 15
IITVIVIU.B FLORIDA.E Bankers, merchants, phosphate interested in the following from Unknown lot 25, Rerdell's addition...... .... .. ..... 15
I.0.Box.44.' we are left entirely at sea as to its speculators, lumbermen, capitalistsand Alex. B. Pope A. D. C., Commander Unknown lot 20, Rerdell's addition.... ., .. .... .. .. 45
provisions. Then again the text the Dep't. Tenn. and Ga. He :says: "We Unknown lot 31, Rerdell's addition... .... .... .... 15
of a certain bill is given quite full even unsophisticated farm. have had an epidemic of whooping Unknown lot 39 and 40. Rerdell's addition.......-. .30
:A. 31. on its first introduction and a few ers, can agree among themselves UnknownGeo lot 40, Rerdell'. addition...... .... .. .... 15
weeks afterwards and make terms with each other cough here, (Stewart, Tenn.,) and Mackenzie lot 63, Rerdell's addition...... .. .... .... 15
Indian River Lodge.'No. 00, Free and we are Informed when they need The commercial Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been Unknown lot 66, Rerdell's addition..... .. .... .... 160
Masons hold their meetings that several amendments have been money. the Bobbins A Graham lots 00 61 & 64 Rerdell's
Accepted of only medicine that has done any addition.. .... ,45
the FRIDAY before Full Moon I made but left in standing the borrower, Unknown lot 67 Rerdell's addition..... .
en on or we are the darkas good." There Is no danger from whoop- .. .... 15
at'UIO p. m., In Manonlo Hall, In the Indian I to their effect. If the of character of the security, length of Unknown lot I,-,Fisher's, addition to Titusville ,
,River State Bank building, TitusVUltlng the State informed press : time, amount of loan, etc., all have Ing cough, when this remedy Is freely block D... .... ..... .. .. ... ..... .. .... 15
lUlL were of the much to do with the rate'of.in\er. given. It completely controls the Unknown lot 1, block C Fisher's addition..... .... 15
brethren are-cordlally Invited doings of the legislature and could est. Czar disease. 50 cent bottles for sale by Dixon Unknown lot 6, block C Fisher's addition..... t. .. 15
to attend. keep abreast of the business under Rogers can.not.Ax_ an A; Gray. 134t Unknown 1 tract of land bounded n by R A G add'e
WALTER 8.'GRAHAM,W. M. consideration, it might be of great Inflexible rate of interest for the by Canaveral st, s by Tropic st, w by

JosBrn MEKDILL, Secrety. service to the people State for two years to come. It DeLeon .t... .. ... .... .. .. .... .... .. 460
by protesting Market
will have to be, controlled entirely Review. Unknown 1 tract of land bounded n by Broad st, e
'Farmer Alliance. against the passage of obnoxious by the circumstances by Canaveral, s by R &; G add to Ti-
measures or encouraging by its surroundingeach By G. S.Palmer, New York. tusville, w by De Soto .to..... .... .... 460
THuitille Lodge-of the Fanners ,al. approval whatever meritorious particular loan. Any, interference May 18th, 1891 Alfred Smith, guardianE w t of n e J except land of Jones and

ffiance meets.regularly on the first and legislation 'there might be in hand. on the part of the State by Receipts of southern produce to-day Ronald's 67 acres.... .... .... .... .... 625
third Saturdays of each month at the As it attempting to dictate to the capitalist shows a general Increase In prices. Prime H Harris s part lot 1, 14 acres... ..... .. .... .... 2 70
is we can only get a confused potatoes selling from $5.00 to $0.00: cab- L Whitlock lot 7, Morrow's addition to Tltusville....
00
lender
Court House. Visiting members of the or and fix a price ,
order are Invited to attend. idea of what is going on at Tallahassee for( his money bage $1.00 to $1.25; egg plants $3.00 to Florida Canning Company representing houses on the wharf.... .. 300
commodity, will be detrimental $6.00 beets W A Rawla blocks 34 A 35 and 212
; ; and several months after ; $1.50 to 2.00: cucumbers ; feet of block 36 300
the law makers have adjournedwhen to the people ; our development $2.00 to $3.50; string beans 1.00; squash HBoonaUnknown lot 8, Coleman's addition to Tltusville.. 760
Tni: Supreme Court'has: not yet will be retarded, and promising $1.25 to $1.50; tomatoes, carriers $2.50 lots 6, 10, 11 & 12, Coleman's addition
Banded down its decision in the the acts of 1891 are publish.. enterprises and industries to $3.00 crates, $1.50 to $2.00i grape to Titusville, block D.... ...: .... .... 940
ed and then will have fruit UnknownC Iota 8 A 9 Titus'
only, we an $1.50 to $2.00; peaches in demand. addition to TitusvUle. 1.20
Injunction ease of thelndian River opportunity to examine the work crippled. We have every con. -- E Campbell part of s e i of s e i des deed book L,

Steamboat 'Company versus ,the they have done. idence in the honest Intention. of A Letter from !Ir. A. Brady. UnknownW page 174..... .. .. .... .... ... SO
:But Coast 'Transportation Com. the' honorable farmers at'Tallahassee 4Oacreslnnwofsesec33T21R35PIa.ONAL 500

--paay which was argued before TAX REFORM. but they need a little ex. East Coatt Advocate: E Andrews .... .... .... .... .. ..PBOPIBTT.... ...: .... .... .. 250
that tribunal sometwo' monthsgo. perience and instruction before H 0 Cauidy .... .... .. .. .... .... ... .... .... .. .....!.
The pineapple season is introduced they can make wise h wI. Bra SIB.-Mr. Call's friends demand Mich Curley ...... ........... .. ...... .... .... .... .. :15 75
dose at band, .the will The tax bill by Senator that the minority In the legislature shall G C H Collins .... .... ............ .... .... .... .. .... 30
.to -crqp Hammond during the early I go over to, the majority. They accuse M E English .... ... ......... .. .... .... .... .... .... 30
login after i
move very rapidly' days of the legislature has been HOUSE BILL NUMBER FIVE Mr. Atkinson of signing a two-third Andrew Ellenwood ....:... .. .... .. ....... .... .... ........ '45
;yen week, and it Is very important remodeled to such extent that WUey Henry ..... .......... ... .... .... .... .. .... .. 15
ihat,Judgment Mould be rendered an vote to elect Mr. Call. They claim a II D heresy ...... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .
*t as early a date as ;possible, its author would scarcely recognizeit Repealing the act establishing majority In Brevard for Mr. Call. First: E L Jennings ......... .... .......... ................ om.'Z6
fifiakespeare knew what ;:Ihe as the came bill. As originally the Railroad Commission was passed the majority is good democracy; It Is Samuel James .... ........... .... ............ .. ...... ISIS
was introduced delinquents were allow. in the house last Monday by a true Americanism but when W B Kellix .... ..... .... .. ........ ................
; bodyof
talking About when he spdfce ofthe1'laa's ed five to redeem their lands vote of 32 to 16-and if the fate of any John Myer .. ..:. .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ... 7A
yean men the two thirds rule
adopt
delay." they J Miller .... ............ .... .. .... .... .... ....
by paying the amount due and the Commission depended upon- practically place the minority on an I M Mabbette .......- .- .- ...-.- ........ ...--.-. -..- .-.-.-.- ..... .... .... 75
In Another column list eight per cent Interest per annum. he wish of the lower house its equality with any other number nota Tho McNulty .... .... .... ........ .... ..........1.... 7a 30
.< we give a This was the clause we saw fit to fate would be sealed. It is hardly two thirds. No majority acting under Brock Revels .... .... .... ....... .... .... ............ 75.SO.
f the sales of real estate in ihe I W H Walsteln .... .... .... .... .... .... ... I
county as shown deeds filed in criticise aa absurd, and it has been possible the senate will pass tae that; rule can logically say to the minorlty J 8 Watson 4k Co ... ..... ....
by bill referred to when you are under obligation to 460
changed eo that the objectionsmade we remember come Sidney WilburA ..
tie> clerk's office.from April lat to that it over to us. Men who advocate: majority -
:May 20th. We take pleasure in no longer hold good. As voted unanimously, only rule should not adopt the two third
the bill now stands, only last week, to extend the powers of rule. And it is claimed by friends of
ealUfig attention tie .
to B.
of great num.fer will be allowed, and the penalty I.twenty.Ave the Commission and give it jurisdiction tfr. Call that he hu always advocated. A. CIRCLE, City Tax Collector.
transfers la and
around, per cent per annum. over joint rates where the the two thirds rule, and desired a nom.illation -
.Melbourne, and additional, fact This is the same rate haul is partly by rail and under It.
I charged un. partly
which does Second Mr. Atkinson voted for
not in the land : the
records, that most appear of the purchaser der the existing law, but the time by water, and also where the hauls majority rule and Is under no obligationto SUBSCRIBE FOR "THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE."
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make allowed for redemption is extendedto all water, and to open up the a majority that saw fit to adopt the
expect to improvements two years instead of one as at waterways of the State to compeition. two thirds rule. Third: If Brevard a
at once t in fact Mr. Ingraham of Call
county, why was Mr. Hardee chosen
The bill has
Bristol Conn. baa force present. not yet two. years when his the Lake Worth Flailing Score.
a large of ago position on White Pekta Ducks.A
become a law but will be The in the house .
bands already at work under the probably passage, by senatorial question was well known -
of enacted and in force before the such a large majority, of the bill It will not do to say that the friends of On Wednesday, May 13th three line limited number of the above for said
uperintendency Mr. S. Gibbs
who has F. Brevard county tax sale can take abolishing the Railway Commissionwill Mr. Call could not look ahead so far. (Doctor Edw. Ulnkaon, Capt. A. E. by July 1st, at $3.00 per pair. Orders
been engaged to clear and place which has been fixed forth be a disaster to the State, and If Brevard a Call county, why did Knowles and Mr. Will McCormick) took will be filled in the order In which they

plant out forty acres in pineapples.JACXSOXTIUX !..first.Monday. in July. there. is no doubt., the bill extend.1ng an nomination out and out In Call our man county fall convention to get the the ruyanu.. following Maetjoratt. :_ 10.weIghing red snapper from are received. A. S. Dicxraww.

rue bin as it stands at present tne powers or the Commission And why when an ultra Call man ran U to 18J 11...; 13 groupers (epinepMui I Aurantla, Fla. 134t.
is In bad luck provides that there shall be no which met with such hearty support against Mr. Atkinson, who was unsatls- mono) from 6 to 18 Ib*,; two amber fish
again. Half a million dollars went more tax sales ; and if it should in the senate, will fall to pass factory to supporters of Mr. Call, did uriitla caroltutniu) of 25 Ib*.. each.
up in flames last the Call men fail to elect Even today The twenty-five fish weighed 2801bs.
Monday night. become law before the house. As
a sale a result of the
our day
The substantial only a minority has petitioned for Mr. and were caught In two and one-half TROPICHOUSE
building known as and thereby prevent the sale the' lack of harmony between the two CalL By noting the name of the Call tour*.
the Mohawk block and several ad. advertisement which should begin houses on this subject the Commission men who are so clamorous, It looks u If

Joining structures were consumedby next week will be a useless expense ; will continue to exist butts lit Brevard, u la many other counties, Notice to Stockholders.The ,
the fire fiend. Sooner or latera It was the defeated party that WM continuing Lake "VVor'th..
and the question arises, who will powers and jurisdiction will the tight against the soecoMulcandidate. -
flying spark and accompanying be liable for the printer's bill, the remain as heretofore. It has been It looks .. If the minority regular annual meeting of the -

I breeze will tell the same story of State, county, or the collector personally claimed, by those who worked for Imagined they were a maj<)rt&I. stockholders: of the East Coast TranslorUtlon OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND.
the entire business portion of TI. ? the abolishment of the Commission, I hv no personal frfovanc* against Company will be held at the
[ tusville. Outside of the bank that it has been a useless Mr. Call, nod do not |>r expense: : word In his
I building and the new stores of THE USURY LAW. to the State, and has exibited en. citizen who dlprgiMat ha watch**! ,kit tat publto M a 2nd day of Jun. at 10:80 a. m., for the Special Los Rake for Summer Guest

(Messrs. Budge and Rogers, our irely too'much timidity, and tae- career for twelve ra/*. I an IWvugbty purpose of electing: a board of directors -
I business houses are nothing but The passage of a usury law will cd to exercise its In behalfof 'convinced that tU best later*.!* of saw! transacting other business.
[cinder boxes. The Town Council have power Florida will be *uU rvtxi by making a Jostra PAXTOV J. G. MoDONEI
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an opposite effect from that the people. It does seem ai IfGiii change. pre ,
Respectfully A. Ua1ur.
Attest, W.una GJUIU.M, sea 1 '21 15 Proprietor.


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THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, 'FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1891. f r ',.... S '

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'SEVILLE. SEVILLE' POULTRY-, FLA. FARM, IF YOU ARE HOT, WE CAN COOL YOU .




:dressed Poultry of Eiery Description With Ice Cream Freezer Etc.

a Refrigerator, Cooler, ;


": FRESH EGOS, FANCY STOCK. At the same time Protect You from Mosquitoes with Screen Wire, green & galvanized ; Window & Door Frames I

HOTEL TRADE A SPECIALTY

, F. T. BUDGE Titusville Fla.
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,- Orders by wire filled same day received. ,

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Write for particulars and prices.

[SQjanamo P. S. JOHNSTON, Manager bushes make it come out, which It 1 Notice. H. E. OLMSTEAD e

did pretty soon, and Tom soon laid It 7/t the Circuit Court for the 7lh Judicial :

Sebastian. out with the announcement that it was Circuit of Florida, in and fur Bre and The Pioneer Dealer in INDIAN RIVER LUMBER .

nothing but a thunder snake, and left In county, A. D. 1S91. In Chancery.

-, disgust. While the most of the armed CHARLES A. Svrrn) GENERAL MERCHANDISE ," I
: vs. J I Bill for Divorce ,
Mr. Chan. Saunders and friend are In group still stood in the front yard, Mr. LAURA Sxmt. ) C01\aP: .NY I

town for a few days. Knapp, our sewing machine agent, drove W ItEREAS It appears by the Mil of complainant Eau Gallie. .-
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:Mr. Leon Vann, captain of the sloop] up; and Just after him another agent, cause sworn to ,by filed complainant In the above and that entitled the I keep In Stock a Choice variety of Incorporated, Feb. Nth 1.89:1.: ::' ',, ,

will\ shortly leave for a trip to Mr. Gibson; but on seeing Mrs. F. stand- raid defendant\ lAuramlth., resides withoutthe
,Maggie, State' of "Florida and that she Is over the GROCERIES HARDWARE
Daytona.Mr. ing around with a gun, Mr. Knapp remarked age of twenty-one }ears, and that the place of TITUSVILLE FLA. f :
to Mr. Gibson "we had better the residence of defendant Is unknownand CROCKERY,TOILET ARTICLES, ETC ,
Torbert and family have moved said bill Is filed for the purpose of procuring a
drive on," which they did, much to the decree of divorce' between the complainant and. And will Sell as Low as the Lowest.. COMPLETE STOCK OF '
up from the Narrows to spend the sum defendant. It Is. therefore ordered that the Call and examine Stock. 18
amusement of alL said defendant, IJmra Smith, do sadanswer my
appear
at this place. and Skiff Lumber
mer said bill at the clerk's office. In Tltnuville.Brevard House Boat ,
Mrs. Goodwin with nine In family arrived ,
I Florida, on or before the
county
. Mr. Fritz Light Is spending a few daysIn J. E. ENDER & CO.tTatohma1c.or
I one day last week. They have 8th day of June A. II. inn or said bill will be ., Brick Lime Cement Fire.Brick .
town looking after the affairs of tin taken afralnat said defendant as confessed. ,-, \
I rented, of Mr. Coleman, the house formerly It Is further ordered that the notice of this "" / : ,
Indian_ River Land and Improvement Co. order be published weekly for the space of three ; l '
occupied by Mrs. C. M. Feaster, months the KAST COAST ADXOTAT a newspaper ADHANUFACTURiNG Mouldings Lath and Shingles ;#; '
Mlsa S. Ida Knight, who has had I and we hear they have come to stay published In Titnsville, Brenrd county, ,

charge of the Sebastian school this win- Florida. JEWELERS, Brackets Pickets Turned Wort, ; -
Mrs. Goodwin Is a sister of Mrs. Chaudoln's. Ordered at Chambers' In Rotund, Fla., this
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ter, left for her home In Meador, S. C., Aunt Corrie it is so pleasantto 26th day of February, A. D. I8U1. Titusville, Fla. ,
says JOHN D. BROOM :ElO"l.1BOa: FrnD1od.: to Oz c3Lor.H. '
last week. have so many of her relatives here. Judge of the Circuit Court, nth Judicial cir-

Messrs. ,J. D. Vann & Son have purchased We hope they will be pleased with our cnltof certify Florida.I that. the foregoing Is a true copy of Repairing of Fine and Complicated ___ _______ __ ___ _._ HANSON_ L Manager._ ,
of the order of publication made In this case. watches; Rotting of Diamonds and other s ,,9
land from Mr. G. Kroegal, Mrs Holts' friends will be
country. Precious Stones.
2nd
Titusville,Fla.,March 1M11. Professional Cards. J. M. Sanders
Co.
this place, and they intend making Sebastian pleased to hear of her return, with little D, L. OArM>KM, A. A.STEWART,Clerk Alligator and Hog Tusks Carved and ,

their home in the future. Pearl. She is a daughter of Mrs. Good- Solicitor for complainant. Imartra Mounted for cane-lioiuU', brooches, etc. GKOMOC: M. ROHBINK. WALTKH 8.GRAHAM Dealers inDRY
Shell Jewelry made.
:Messrs. Sherwood & Webster are now win. & GIIAIIAM,
II. TJ01JB1NS
In S.
Hay s new building, opposite
"baching" in the little cottage by the I 'A corner from Postoffieo GOODS NOTIONS

railway track; and they know how Ufix Dixon & Qray the druggists desireus ,G) I IinI !: Prompt attention to all orders by mall ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, ,

things to look nice and comfortable.The to publish the following testimonial + M tl1f or otherwise 21nov TITUHVILI.E, Drevard Co., Florida. CROCKERY!

as they handle the remedy and ,believe I ] r.o. hot,2M. SADDLERY, t .
sloop Wauregan, of this place, it to be reliable. I bought a 50 cent hot p., Qn: Will practice In all the enmities the Seventh STATIONERY,
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:! HODGES & GODFREY
has returned from Titusville with a load Circuit and In the Supreme INiurt. Special fa-
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ow
tle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and applied O.at 1 rllltles for Kxainlnlni and PnrfectlnK lend FAMILY MEDICINES,
of I lumber and groceries. This Is her It = Titles. Corrmipondence snllclted from Claimant .
GARDEN
launched and it to my limbs, which have been ... C) "Q ;:: Manufacturers of *and Heirs to Hpanlih Grant SEEDS.
first since she was ,
trip
afflicted with rheumatism Intervals Money to Loan. I CHOICE GltG KHIIS, ..
we hope that all her: future trips will\ baa Yellow Pine Lumber HAY CORN MAPES' '
for one year. At the time I bought the 2 FERTILIZERS
pleasant as the last.dancehurriedly. : T\ L. GAULDEN, FINE PATENT FLOUR.
Pain Balm I was unable to walk. I can I ,
abCb .
ROUflll DRESSED,
A gotten up-last truthfully say that Pain Balm has completely t r o0 Orange Box hands Ooooa, 1'loricla.6T. : .

Friday night, proved a source of great cured me. R. II. FAun, Holy- I OGH Fruit A Vegetable Crate. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW* ,

enjoyment to our young people. The wood Kan. )fro A. B. Cox, the leading I i5g. Lumber through delivered bill of laillns at any part Anyone of Indian contem Riveron ,lat. TITUBVILLE, FLA. "W.' R.Ogers',

folks in with a determination I Ins building on the East Cast,would do well to
Sebastian
go wood vouches for the ;
druggist at Holy o 11 write for)'rl,",, The Sawmill situated on the JAST.. SANDERS, DEALER IN CLOTHING,
to make all such occasions thoroughly truth of the above statement. l4t b 101..T.& K. W. Ry.,a mile south of falatka.

enjoyable.In} 00 8..at"s. .. I Agents Cocoa,E. Stiling) Eau Gallie, Eugene. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Gents. Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Hats, r',
Brainerd. limo' rip
; .d Wilt practice In all the Court of the Seventh Caps Umbrellas Trunks Yallses dt .
Micco. Sataumn Illghts Putnan Fla.Altree's ,
almost neighborhood .!!! co., Judicial Circuit of Florida. ,
every lOA"=, I P.O. Box,23B. TTTU8VILLE, FLA. FINE CIGARS, Etc.
throughout the west there is some one General Money to Loan. 1 I The house In town
whose lives have been Everybody is busy at present picking PERFECTEDCRYSTAL Supply Store only making a specialty
or more persons of Gent Furnishing Goods.

saved by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera tomatoes and clearing land. LENSES I* the place to Bell What You Don't Want and TR. M. D. 1. DODSON, Drop in and examine my stock, and ;
and Diarrhoea Remedy, or who have Smith Bro's leave twice a week with vs... rasa.OIUIq Buy What You Do.HARDWARE fa i compare prices. Cash customer corn. ,$, i

been cured of chronic diarrhoea by it. tomatoes, for Melbourne, from theirplantation. IuA nd 1lvayaw4 Paint, Oils, Fanning Implement mand every consideration competitors "
Such persons take especial pleasure in *, Builders' Material,Musical Instrument, SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SURGICAL claim to confer.
to others. and the New PROCESS VAPOR
recommending the remedy FURNITURE I Call when convenient. First door
The praise that follows its Introduction There have been about two thousand STOVE, which I death to all others. & MECIIANICAL DENTISTRY, ,.
and makes it popular. 25 and south of ADVOCATE office 4 ,
use very crates of vegetables shipped from Mullet ;
60 cent bottles for sale by Dixon & TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
13.4t creek this season. Next season there

Gray. will be double that amount. T-\R. B. L. WILLS, DIXON & GRAY, ', .t

LaGrange.Mr. Messrs. Prang and Craft, in Mr. C. F. Dealer In

Latham's sloop, Lyda, started with a PHYSICIAN SURGEON, Drags, ChemIcals, Perfumery, Toll&toj ,
A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania
and Mrs. E. L. Brady and dauglit- load of one hundred crates of tomatoes, and an experience of twenty Articles, fine Soaps, Stationery, '" l
for Melbourne. When about two miles J. E. ENDER & CO.
years in practice, offers his services to '
jers :Misses Aline and Daisy, spent a
from hornet(the wind carried the the citizen of Titusville and vicinity. I JEWELRY,
away
pleasant day with their mother Tuesday. Have exclusive sale of these celebrated SPECTACLES A 'I
Mr.:and Mrs. A. T. Feaster, of Titus. mast. They turned homeward under Glasses in Titusville. : OrriCK.: OVER J. W. BOO CM A. CO. SEWING MACHINES.

I ville, spent Sunday with their sister, bare rudder and pole. FAULKNER, KELLA&f MOORE, b RUE P ELY, Gum, Pistols, Sewing Machine' and

I Mrs. Froscher. We heard about the Town Ordinance. The only Manufacturing Optician In be LA Machinery Repaired. Watches, Clocks
and Jewelry a Specialty
good dinner. the South, Atlanta, Ga. Peddler are JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 17TH DIST z
QE IT ORDAINED, Hurt no person shall depoIlCOA not supplied with the goods. OfebOmo Notary Public for the Slaw at Large. School Book and School SuppHe 1
Mr. L. A. Coleman has been doing Jj any of the street or sidewalks Contractor and Builder of over M,ean' experience. : Subscriptions taken at publisher's prices)" *'
I lots of fencing, and the Improved appearance within the Town of Tltusvllle or any public Natural Finish a Specialty. for Newspapers, Books, Magazines, etc. -
quire,any sweepings of any itorai, dwellings, C. J. HECTOR MELBOURNE, FLA. .
I 1* very noticeable. Keep the office,shops or booth, any bottlei, tin cam, Prescription carefully compounded at '
ball rolling Mr. C. paper,hair,cblpi peel,slops,straw washings, any time, day or night. 1DrugB
it Dealer In General
refuse or garbage of any kind but shall be '
their duty to put or all accumulation at 'Vl.11:1n2D.: : I1'utoh
Mr;Thomas Johnson Sr., has three any "
above specified In a barrel or other suitable reeeptable :lIero1:1.and.l.seMelbourne: : : (:,
I or four men working out his different on Tuesday, Thurday and Saturday Bear what the people say about this store t Drayman.Haullno .
and the they' are making mornings at 7 a. m.,at which hoar such accumulation Fla. Mr.Altree i Dear SIr-WI cheerfully testify done at reasonable rate. At- (
places, way *shall be removed by scavenger cart. the admirable of the
New
qualities Process end all ,
departing, and meets all arrlv. Patent Medicines '
this ordinance hall,
Any person violating on
things shine, almost dazzles ones eyes.- Gasoline Store. We have bad one over six ,
Ewnrfction, fine of exceed Ing train. ,
pay a S4JX and not to months, and cannot point to a single fault.Tltavilte t'
It Ii a pretty sight to see Mr. Fro ch- '|28.00,or be Imprisoned In the commonealabooee jail or Hats Shoes GoodsJust H.C.* M.A. -... Orden left with O. D. Rumph or at Y
!day or not exceed 28 day raxed Clothing Dry
,Hay IB1I.! and Toilet
ADVOCATE Elegant Perfumery
I cr1* buggy Sunday afternoon drive up to May 14th 1891.! K. L.BBADY,ch&lnn.pro tem. office will receive prompt Articles ,
J. W. BOOEBJI: ,clerk. I And a great saving of gasoline In the New attention.
I uncle Jake's with a load of little ones, Approved' May 14th ion. Arrived. Splendid Good. Process oyer the old ii-PI me te a perpetual Kept constantly on hand at
I and notice how gentle old Jack is, and !tOOt B.L WZUO_,mayor. ltawof wonder and d.llghaMr.
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OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD, ..gida.y WP lIr. A. Frooher,

I how proud he steps. Town Ordinance. DRUGS, GROCERIES, GRAIN Tt&unllle, May IIthi 1m. TITUSVILLE..FLA., J. B. Screven's,

Mr. Hardee, of Hardeeville, visited Err ORDAINED, mat,whereas the bevygrowth ,Of all kind.; and in fact a tuU line of Stove.I aa delighted It I* more with than 1 the New Frooets Vapor Keep a full supply of Metallic and "

|Kn. Alblne Brady's grove a few days Jj of scrub oa many of the vacant everything. Call and examine. 11 expected.Jfn. *: .. Wile,. Wooden DRUG STORE.

[ago. He says it is one of the handsom- lot* in the built up portion of the Town of Titus.vil TtWYw.l1a.o May 6th,leaf. 11 Colons, Coses and Caskets. I

lest hammock groves, for its age, he has source s. I*of detrimental danger to the to property the public of health our eitlaen and a STOP AT GEORGIANAAnd I Funeral attended If desired. All or Also the latest Newspapers, Periodicals

I by favoring the Dread of fire. Therefore be I* I den promptly executed, and at reasonable .. etc. ,I ; ;
ever EDEN
seen.All mUlned' by the Town Council of the Town of ratei. Embalming done. i 9 .
who went on the excursion to El- ntaavUIe that any uncleared lot; or lot within See
Lhe built up portion of Town constitute anUanee. FOR
Dora last Wednesday-and there were a Therefore be It further ordained that :r.: 8. 'n''e11' ,

[good many-report a most delightful ,iota It hall within be unlawful the built for up the portion owner of of Town any to lot neg or F. C. Allen '

[trip. They say they think Capt. ButeI lent,to that clear will such not lot permit and place their them... a*In a a cover coalition PINEAPPLE BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER,, Wines & Spirits

I was the right man in the right place. I for' filth or ref ne or to be a scores of danger Dealer In ,
from Ore,and it 1* made the duty of the Town Titusvillo Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Feaster visited 71tnsville J Marshal to notify all omen of vacant lots In '
the built portion of Town to clear and cleanup Stoves Tin-ware Hollo Work contracted for
if up !. are pLANTATION.T. on any part 01 r :Beers
and she
our
Wednesday, says the same, and upon their failure to do *o I Indian River. 8Jno 1'I
arty town improves as much in thee within one week after receiving such notice be .
shall report the matter to the Mayor whoa duty I
three months as It has In the past It shall be to enforce the provisions of this Woodeu-ware Stone-ware OICr-AIRS ETC.
ordinance.The T. :D. D.S.ohard.Jl McAllister ,
that being the length of time since she built up portion of the Town mentioned 1,

sat visited it), It will not take It long at I.he.this following ordinance boundaries I*defined to aa wit Included: Beginning within on HEAYY&SHELF HARDWARE Indian Riper Florida. ; 07 THE FINEST QUALITY, I

hat rate to become the first city of the ndian River at the a e corner of the l>eleplne Contractor for oo TO ,
Grant run thence westerly smog' the north line NA.VuIAlV'NEWSPAPER S
tate. of aald Grant to the cent, of Third street as NAILS, SCREWS 1 & Renaker. '
shown on the map of Joynervllle,thence north TRACE CHAINS 4 Artesian Wells Lesley
We send our congratulations to theemben alone the centre of Third street to the north I
of the Episcopal church in the in*of said plot of Joynervlll thence run wet BUNG BORERS, + Families Supplied. ,
to Canaveral street, thence north along the
on of so fine a bell. We heard It centre of Canaveral street to Broad inset thence BOLTS, BRUSHES *Subscription Agency.*? e Eau Gallie, Flapdtimc .
oat along Broad street to U*auto street thence :
inging for service last Sunday evening.t north along De Bolo street to Coleman avenue OlaJLrton.:: etlzxtei: Tilosville Meat Market.
hence along' Coleman avenue to Indian River -
,
is sweet toned bell. It Is not
a very The Best Made for this
hence south along said river to the place oftaglnnlng. Climate,
ften we can attend service in Titusville, All l Included. said boundaries The Pioneer Agency. W. HENDRY -
considered a*extending to the of all
are centre And One Thousand and One Other .
ut we can often think of those worship tneta Dj>Oa which they abut and the clearing Of
ng there especially In the Episcopal provided for .. this ordinance In Is Intended to include Thing that You are likely to Want. For terms and ample copies addresaC. Dealer In ALL XUD 1
the street* or luadways front of said
torch, having been a member for over Iou. Buy; your; Stove here. When you wanta NATJUAN( Fresh and Salt Heats Eggs ;
,
Any person falling to comply with the pro. General Merchandise ,
enty yean. .Ulan* of this ordinance) after due notice a* new Fire Back: or Grate, Top Bar or ,
Brerard Fla.
TTTCSTUXK.
excitement at uncle provided herein shall upon conviction be fined Damper, come right here for it, ,as da- county, Fruit 4 Ttfetibles "
There
was a great ut lea than Iw.dollar or more than fifty dot- Oysters, Fiji :
roaster's but Monday afternoon; an. raased at meeting May M. list. plicate parts are kept constantly on Lt' 1Vt { DRY GOODS, ,
L I.; Briar,chairman IKA.SOX.
pro >"1"- I Vt rt
ran In and leported a large rattleIn Attest 3.'W' Edwin.clerk hand; also a GOOD LINE OF NOTIONS, .-
Approved May 14th,ll1111L G1ANt t POULTRY, EGOS, VEO* r i ,
the bushes the front FOB
CASH
near Utt
II. >< wTMOji,Mayor.GhainberlatnEyk FIRST CLASS GROCERIES STATIONERY,
16Y1ttl.LInlaay b
1. ETC.
nee, and as rattleers are not often seen, S TABLES,

rushed out, when there lay coiled up, and BYtn: Constantly; Arriving and For Sale at $ IIJI rigs.I.LLiIE Choice Groceries, W E. J. DAVIS, Manager. ,'

we supposed one of those dreaded Moderate Prices. 1,

eptUea. Mrs. F. seized the gun and deed ..caw.La MIMS, FLA. B \'
A certain for /
care Chronic SOT Eyes. 13
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to shoot the the monster but 1IgF
"etter. Salt Rheum Scald Head. Old THE ADVOCATE
old not get the gun off;and as it was 2hronkj Soreu Fever Sore Eczema F. C. ALLEN Ceorgiana Fla. t -The Democratic Executive Committee r;

such thick bushes no one could strike Itch. Prairie Scratch. Son Nipple will meet at the office) of D. L. Oul-

They dispatched a courier for Tom ad Pile*. It Is coding; and soothing Picture, 4 for SOcts. at Woodward's den May M, 1801, and receive the wishes Job Printing Department

., and he was soon on hand armed with Hundreds of eases have been cured by tent, Titosville. Picture of a whole r of the Democrats of the 6th County '

long pole. He and Bert took them It after all other treatment had faHei.t family for 50ets. Also fine collection r Commissioner district for County Com Is Ready to do Your Work

la the road, while Mrs. F. beat the la pot op la 25 and 60 cent bona.'r Florida views for sale. 8.tL .t--" .. ml lODer. D. L. OA&U1&6, secretary. g



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---- If ; .-- argot is [ TTill." -and; on Friday U was high water.- -'at t' 1 -xenith;b. a' was hung mu-, qt'AIST ASD'CUHloLJ.A ;; REV. DR. TALMAGE IIf should mere ibis> The morning etinroli itart Is teaj fnr r.your And Father'It \0-t

would be hundreds and hnimnd
there
1 .].BBndfoUeJ and done I stand, o'clock. which was advancing open them with In iinwl this assemblage who would say If th v knew

.mt "n MWft tllraaholdl.oD each band) Mark started oat at dawn and i tremendous speed.Mr. Lexington (Ky.) barn I. 1000 THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUNDAY U. "Jfake room for that man make room for

t I"" '('Afraid Th*rfarioibn deepens afraid a* I grope, male ono incccssftil trip J then as the' Briggs was still gazing wrathfully feet tonIC; and 100 feet wide. SERMON. hIm bowl at for the hit holy baptism saoraminti give him bring fall ton right slyer tall >>
fear to hope.
\ to launch. of the chnrea of Jesus
and after the steam all the privileges
_I ,Yet thin ono thing learn to know east wind was ,blowing the sky The first five Presidents were Christ"

[ b daY' mare surely as I go, was half veiled with cloud, he decIded "Starboard your helm!I" shouted men' of the revolutionary epoch.In "' .'Iee.. "lavllatlM to m. Weddl.." Do not say you hays never been invited. I

l .Uoor are opt'ncd'wAfl ere made to go again in the afternoon and Mark In a voice which he did not recognize Invite von now to the King's feast. One and
"I. twelve months 1100 purses were all A111 I Alit! lint I go further and tell!yon
urden ar* lifted or are laid, secure i lure supply of clams for Sat at his own. "Hard to star I hat: the'angels are ready. Some people think
f .
'iCy aotnd and still left In cabs and 'buses in London.A all things art noi*
law TxUI
unseen ,
great before bad weather should board!I" "Co"/.Ol' when wa speak about angels we are getting In*
;'UD. aU.otllld purpose to fulflll, urday, boasts of eating halfa ready." to the region of fancy. They say it I I. very
,. "Not ce I wilL" come. Tho order was heard off the deck ol Marylander: Holy festivities today. Tfe gatner other well fora man when he has just fn el-e-1 the
of peanut at one sitting. sheaves Into the spiritual garner. Our Joy ministry topreach about the angels m Heaven
well.
the gallon
the There
The cast wind held waters steamer as was a
; strong Spread the banquet further it ia
Blindfolded and alone I wait J Sa like the Joy of Heaven but after he ha gone on hardly
f Loss'terras too lifter\ gain too late;, in the bay, and although it was almost shriek of tho whistles, the engines Van Burcn was the first President fill all the chalices. We are not todayat worth wMle. My friends, there Is not any
the funeral of a dead Christ; we are cele- more evidence in the Bible that there is a God
Too Lea,, burdens In the load three hours past tho turn of tho tide slackened. that was not born a British SR jcct. brating the marriage of the King's: Son aroundJwrsb'a mauder' Dirt thPL" 1Int
swum
;! And too tow helpers on the road, almost in thE It exciting time in English: history ? &3.-
the bay was still half submerged when Tho two vessels touchcd.then Iho largest Stale's Prison was an '. soul went did they not escort it? Did
when Elizabeth visit*! Lord Leicester u. up
And joy U weak and Brief Is strong the Aurora the wind and in Jefferson Queen all David "The chariots of God are
Mark reacted caught United States is located at at Kenilworth castle. The doom in not say,
t 'And and daft so long, so long' thousand thousands of angels"
even
years end, throughout the castle were twenty
However, ho &a:? cp his skiff, sotto another instant they were yards apart. Mo. the towers as the chief harvesters
Yet this one thing I learn U know City, topped at the moment of her arrival, so Are they not represented

I Bach day more surely al I go work, and by 6.80 had filled two The Captain had heard the word of A baby born in Atchison, Kan., ha continuing to point to that in Interest.moment as the angel In of one the Judgment night slay day 130,000? Did of not Senna ona

_ l That I are glad tile good and 111By baskets with clam., had dragged them command, the rushing of feet and the been christened "Hard Times" by his one The surpassing doors of all the others great banqueting ball cherib's troops .

chnngrlcM law are ordered still, marched in to the Oh. yes, our world Is In communication with
to and The
across the sands and was about harp turn of tho wheel, was already were opened. queen All that communication isby
parents. Fourteen hundred two other world
"otisIgill.
sound of the trumpets.
I b'J empty them into his boat when hopan'cd on the companIonway. has 465 scats in the British servants waited upon the guests. It was a angels. When a bad man is to die a man
England God and rejected the Qos-
!
I 'Hot' n.I wltl." The sound grows sweet all nations when they who has despised
and rubbed his "Mr. Briggs he shouted In a scene that astonished
sulphurous wing
eyes. Ireland 103 Scotland the bad spirits come on
pal
Parliament did
dollars
words thousand day
soli lime my lips the repc.t.'to' heard of It. Five a
him and try to push him off
(":Sot III I will the darkness feels Where was tho boat? voice of force accusation, "we were seventy-two and Wales thirty.It the banquet cost as it went on day after day. and the they precl shackle ,the ruin, and they lift a

1 SMor* tsfo than Jignt When this thought He had, as rmtml, pulled it as highas very near that steamer! I Alaski She was greeted to the palace the gates tuundera with guffaw of diabolical exultation. But there is a
is said that tho natives of floating islands and torches and beautiful and
steals possible out of the water, and hero "We saw her," said Mr. Briggs. of cannon and fireworks that set the night lane of angels, bright and reaching all lovingangels the
.. kit ,,'hlwpercd voice to calm and bleu spend so much of their time in boat ablaze and burst of musio that lifted the mighty angels
a
end when others
was the very furrow ho had. made in Dy dawn they were off Now Lon- WAY from earth to Heaven,
a iUl-unmt and all 10nelin II.. that their legs are crooked and weak.A 'whole scene into enchantment. Beginning gather lIke them I the air is full of
the firm while sand. But tho boat don, and tho mate himself offered to in that way, it went on from joy to joy and cane JUt about. They
: ,Not ai I will, because the On them. They
aud from
I ILooking row Mark ashore that ho might catch man in Milwaukee, Wis., saw from excitement to excitement down iniquity from yonr heart. Theyare
.1- Whd loved ui first and best has,goneBefore was gone ; rapture to rapture. That was the great push

us on the road and still across tho bay, Mark ,tho early train. As they neared the woman fall down and be helped hei banquet that Lord Leicester spread in Kenil Look ready I to There rejoice.II an angel from the

ror UI. must all Ills love fulfill, thought ho espied It beyond tho beacon -, wharf.Mr. Briggs took, off his gold up and spoke words of consolation, worth CardinalVolscy castle entertained the French throne of God. One and moment heard the ago doxologyof it stood

t. "Sot as we will." t I' and she sent him a deed of a $5000 ambassadors hampton Court. The best before Christ
near the llghlhouso rocks. watch and chain and handed it to the redeemed. It is here now. Brlgb'immortal.
cooks of all the land for the table.
provided from the golden city
r rI
what news
,
Half laughing at tho absurdity of ?iff r1t. house. The guests wen kept hunting in the parks Speak, spirit ble t. The answer comes melt

; "'BETWEEN THE TIDES the predicament, ho fastened his hand "What is that" inquired the boy It has! been only about 60 year all the day, so that their appetites hour might be inlt; on the air "Come, come, for all thing arenow
,: demon- keen, and then in the evening they ready." Angels ready to bear the tidings.
: ; kerchief on the end of his clam pick "I should like to present it to you, since a great mathematician were shown! into the banqueting hill with Angels ready to drop the benediction. Angels
1 table aglitter with imperial plate and ablush
strated that a steamship could never to kindle the Joy. All ready. Beady
and set it In the sand then said Mr. Briggs. ready
gazed
up with the very costliest wines, and the second thrones and
1! ; / In,,Ilia coftsido Tillage of LUtlcport ruefully toward Point No Point, a "I should not like to take It," said cross the Atlantic, because" would course of the feast was made of food in all cherubim principalities.n
the lido In the affair of whichrt for her to enough shapes, of men and birds and beasts, and .
g men bo impossible carry arcb..nllel.Ye
Mark all the same""But the
J mile away, and wondered if bo could "thanking yon dancing groups, and jousting parties riding I further and that your glorified
say
;', leads to fortune must be taken at its swim tho distance. yon did mo a good service," of fuel to lost during tho trip. Upon each other with uplifted lances. Lords kindred. : art go ready 1 have not anv lympathy
; and princes and ambassadors, their cups I believe it is born.n
bb.dt Not very far away was a schooner: said Mr. Briggs. Bankok has been tho capital of Slam gleaming to the brim, drank first to the .with perdition.modern spiritualism.When. I see the ravages II

I' '* : iiwator tow signs of life are mainly laden with shingles, all sails "I don't know what you mean." sine, 1769. The palaces and templetare the health health of the of the king of England of France., and then That to makes with cnmnn intellects, when I sea the

-( to bo ocu about lllo dock. Tho bar emperor homes it has devastated, when I see the ba4'
The
"I that should have been ornamented. the that Cardinal
set. Silo was boating her courso in mean wo gorgeously was banquet Wolsey morals that very often follow in its wake, I
l;;; boropen* majestically into LongIsland down the steamer If and in the whole spread in Hampton Court. have no faith in modern spiritualism. I
tho face of tbo cast wind and had sail- run by von spires, some cases But to-day, my brothers and sisters, I Invite -
think if John Milton and George WhitfieUI!
) Sound, bounded by the lighthouse ed well Into tho ]harbor mouth to gain hadn't epokcn in time. Wo should edifice are covered gilding or you to a grander entertainment. My have not anything better to do than to crawl
r t promontory, en ho right and the Lord, the King, is the banqueter. Angels of under Rochester tables and rattle the le.vea.:
purchase for her long tack. This not havo had the ghost of a chance. many-colored mosiao There arr God are the cupbearers, all redeemed are
shores they had better home in glory. But the
I, curving1 of Point No Point on gave Mark an opportunity lie seized We were burning no lights on our lee upward of ono hundred temples iu the guest; the balls of eternal love frescoed Bible distinctly stay teaches that the glorified im
,f toe,lest. Dut hour after the boat. with light and p.vedwith joy and curtained ,
an heaven in with redemotion.
are sympathy our
,
.11' his pick, ran to the very edge of I side. I feel grateful to you for my the city and suburbs. Tho palace of with unfading beauty are the banqueting Now, you should pass into the kingdom *

,,\ at the' wharf liaro swung to the ebb a tho bar and waved tho signal frantically ; own sake, but you probably saved the tho First King is very striking and place music,, the the chalices harmonies of God of eternity are the plate are, andI the of suppose God this morning' suppose you shouldsay
t li keen eya.maytdleoorn! n' streak "I am done With the sins of this world.
{ green toward tho vessel, shouting at the Captain's life, his little, girl's life, rich in Its ornamentation. In one of am one of the servants come out with invitations lie upon all these follle 0 Christ I tako
fa'thO midst of the of the to all the and oh
waters people that
very top of his lung Dy good fortune everybody's on board, perhaps." tho temples is n. famous jasper statueof might break the seal of the invitation you and thee now, I take thy service", I respond to thy
love, thine am I forever. Why, before the
: : toy which'latcl/ soomed to feel the
: read in ink of blood and with
the tremulous
,
some one on deck happened to bo looking "If I did, said Mark "then cer- Buddha. tear of repentance had dried on your cheek
ito end stfr of the deep sea currents hand eta dying Christ, "Come corns for
before first had closed the
your prayer angel j
I shall have The of tho '
.festival English
I need
all
t through a glass at LUtlcport. tainly no present. great things are now ready. standing with the message tor thy soul would

Il ,'and proiontly stretching midway An instant later down dropped a something to thank God for all my milkmaids and chimney sweeps of the Illustrating that my text I go on, and in the first cry upward, "He is coming!" and angels
Jtcrot*. ,tho harbor rises Silver Du, place lay the Lord Jesus Christ is ready. poising in midair wonld cry upward, "He U
\ a boat; two red shlrted sailors Jumped days." first of May dates its origin back to Cardinal Wolsey did not come into the banqueting coming!" all along the line of light from door.
which at low tldo becomea an Island of hall
\ \ into her and rowed with all their And the tears rose to, his eyes as he the Romans who were wont to com- least, and when until the he entered second source booted of and the way to doorway, from wing tip to wing tip,|
r' Vflne, white t sand mud shells. In Little- the news would go upward till it reached the
fll p { might toward tho bar. In loss than thought of the Captain's little daughter memorate till festival of Flora, the spurred, all the guest arose and cheered him; gate, and then it 'would flash to the house .fmany
lPOlC\ harbor flood tide mean comfort but I have to tell you that our banqueter, the
mansions and find kindred out
1 ,
;tf "sand security. 10 minutes Mark had scrambled into sleeping In her berth. goddess of flower, for several days in Lord Jesus Chris, comes in at the beginningof and those before the throne your would say: "Re-I

this welcome dory, having first thrown'In Ho budo Mr. Brigus good-bye, took May. Maypoles were forbidden to bo the feut. Ay, he baa been wailing for Joice with me, my prayer are answered. Give
his
'Each fisherman a. soon as the wa- gaesti waiting/ for some of them 1891 me another harp with which to strike the joy.
I f 'f"l', his clams, which the men said tho early train and reached Littleportat erected by Parliament in 1644, but Jean, wiling with mangled feet, waiting with Saved, saved, saved!"
tcc lubslJo socks his
: happy hunting world: bo a weclomo addition to their 10 o'clock.It they were rostorod again,at the resto- hand hand on the the lacerated punctured aide waiting with Now, my friends, if Christ is ready, and ,
I. \',Y fro'uml, and Silver Bar wag Ben Fry- on temples, waiting waiting the Holy Ghost is and the church 11
; readl'
with of ration of Charles II. and in 1661 tho !
supper. was n wet day, a gale ready and the God are ready, and
r'' sr 'special reserve. Wonder it II that the banqueter did not
: ", Almost beforo he had realized what wind. As ho neared the inlet he saw Maypole in the Strand was reared with weary and say, "Shut the door, and let the get Jour glorified kindred are ready, are yon
ready I give with the emphasis of soul
1111s' oaDen'. little house lived a Mrs.Qodtroy my )
bad Mark deck and relief of the much and laggards stay out. No, he has been waiting. If do not
: happened was on the to his surprise ono ceremony rejoicing. the question "Are you ready you
i and her son Mark, a boy ot'l4". How much he la in earneitl Shall! I show get Into the king's feast it will be because 101&dO
I of the schooner, answering' the skipper' fisherman putting in with Ben Fryer'ssktffn Only once within the memory of you?' I gather up all the tears that flooded not accept the earnest invitation. Aim
Between and clam
the latter the podiler his cheek in ,
sympathy all the blood that
stretched out soaked with blood from elbowto
questions.By tow. men living was the water above NI- channeled his brow
t and back and band and
hero existed a tender friendship finger tip, lips quivering in mortal anguish
\ this time tho sun had looked out Tho tremendous tide of the night agara so blacked as to expose to view foot to purchase our redemption./ I gather ; two eyes beaming everlasting Iou while h.

stared by a long ,habit. from beneath a fissure In tho bank of before had carred; it quite unhurt the rocky ledge over which the watersare up and all mountain the groan hunger coming and from desert midnight lonelineu chill,, says, '"Come" come, come for all things are
t1 "I wonder Mark he began now ready.
now
< clouds In tho high on tho green slopes of the and I put them Into one bitter cry. I gather
; ; west sending forth one up now pouring. It wa about 40 Old man, God has been waiting" for thee
i'li -With evident; effort, I np all the pangs that shol from crou and
Would that tear of
long some -
fiery gleam then had sunk beneath the light house piomontory. years ago, one winter day. The peapie spike and spear into one groan. I take one years. trickle down wrinkled repentance cheek.
might thy
t i j.: "Well! what do wonder Ben?
,, you could of his brow I
horizon. ,Since the boat was safe Mark drop sweat on and put It under Has not Christ done enough in feeding the
". | ,"You aee, Mark," Den observed, his adventure although living near by were awakened in the glass of the gospel and It enlarges to and clothing the all these yean to win from
Night descended almost on the In- hardly regret the dead of night by the lll' u.ae. All lakes of sorrow to oceans of agony That thee one word of gratitude Come all the
\, > .'somehow 1 trust you. You cay ..ant for the whole face of the water his mother had been terribly anxious. I Christ: today cmtolated and worn and weary, young. Christ Is the fairest of the fair. Wait
next day large crowd came to the comes here, and with a pathos<< in which
:: mean and are pretty every not till thy heart gets hard. Come, the farthest
you fOil Globe.
what by this time was covered with mist. -[Boston I word is a heartbreak and every sentence a
fall to see the strange sight-the I away from Christ. Drunkard, Christ
'lUre to do what you 'wy. 'Tisn't 'sowith martyrdom, he says to yon, and he lays to me,
ont the fire of that thirst H* can restop
can put
The told Mark ho could not *
g > captain : rocks over which the waterbed poured "Come, come, for all are now ready
thin broken home. He break that
thy can
everybody. Somo' people hangIeut A Lake with Petrifying Properties.A I
{ ADI there Is one five letters that 1
spare the time or the men to send him for centuries laid bare. In tho lato shackle. Come now, today, and get his par
than they wash. writer in Donahno's Magazine ,, would like to write, bat I have no sheet fair
more don and its strength. Libertine Christ knew
ashore, but that they would take himto afternoon the ice-dam broke enough to write 0 on. and no pencil good
and the knows
where last He all the
l I.{ of this lake In Ireland you were night.
| Hark did not mar the force tells of a strange enongh to inscribe it. Give me a sheet from
New London for which of thy tin. Come to him this day. He
they story
port
waters resumed their rush. the
records and
heavenly
some used
+ 4 tribute by any weak response. whoso water have the,Power of petri in pencil by will wash away thv sin, and ha will throw.
; angel describing a victory, and then with
all sail and to
were pressing hoped
t ',Did strike said Ben substance that may be pat baud struck with supernatural and around thee the robe of his pardon. Harlot,|
It ever you fying any energy .
feet foul with hell the horror
thy thy laughter
reach before daylight. In Buenos with in
1. Auctioneering Ayres.The pencil dipped everlasting twill
"that. when it comes Winter I feel into It. Of course H is understood morning, of the street-O Mary: Magdalen! Christ
p' : : Mark could tho situation auctioneer martlllero writ it out in capitals of love, J-E-S-C-S.
only
accept or renaalador waits for thee f
Is not the actual turn. Jesus! It is this On. that is waiting for <
I ihtt tho evenings .are rather'long7"L that petrifaction you
And the one farther off, farther off than Ii
'
0 lie took supper with the captain I. a great personage in the Ar. and for me, for we are on the same platform (
L !Mr.1 mother. ,sometimes says you Jug of a substance, Into stone, but that before God. How long he waited for met have mentioned a case not so hopeful as any I)
and his little daughter; a girl of dissolved in gentlne, and an indetpensable factor Bow Ionic be hu waited for you! Waiting as a I have mentioned, self-righteous man feeling;,
Mark the material of stone
gkquet' be lonely, : replied. 12. In the commerce of the country. An banqueter Walt for his delayed guests, the thyself all right, havingno need of Christ

4t] ,That! U kind of her. That Is what Sho was a delicate pretty creature, water, is deposited in IU cells whereit mean smoking, and the beakers brimming no aeU need of pardon, no need of help-O
auction ate is the -ri hteoOl man! dost thou think in those
\ or rem beginning, and the miuitrel with his finger on stiff string
I shouU have expected of her said and uttered not hardens. A stone ia made upon the rags thon caner enter the feast? Thou cant
i with groat shy eyes, a ready to strike at the first claah of the hoofs at
tho end and the
'
intermediary period not. God's servant at the would
the gateway. Waiting as mother fora gate tear
'Ben.. 1 model of tho substance petrified ass a waits
word. off thy robe and leave thee naked at the .
of almost every transaction. In no boy that ten years ago went off dragging her gate.O
0! '"What are :YOti'going to do about Her father told Mark she had been casting is made by filling a mold. bleeding heart after him. Waiting. Oh. can self-righteous m..uJ the Jut to come.
in the world is there to Come to
city anything not give me some intent the feast Come, repeat of thy sia
It?" Inquired Marls that Den ill in tho but thnt the long An English firm, a well-known cut you comparison Come take Christ for ,
4 eager very spring, bo compared with tho romates of Buenos enough, importunate enough, nigh* heaven thy portion. \
ihoulil come to the point. voyage in the Aurora with him had lery house, hoard of this lake, and at I deep Ji bell, and vast as eternity Hot expecting Day of grace going away. Shadows on the
and In has tale cliff reaching farther and farther, the
Ayrcs, no country that you can help me with such a com- over
''Aboutyour mother quite mado her over. once sent a.man to examine it. He I parison,1 suaplv ,,,y he is waiting as only an plain. The banquet has already begun. Christ

; "I'moan about your evenings..' They were already 66 days out selected.several pieces of hard wood, by auction institution become that, the it is universal In the Ar-national I I all wandering sympatLetio souL L'lir'it: knows how to wait fora has are invitad.entered into The that guests banquet are taking to which their you

I "Oi, just 10," said Ben, pleased to from Galveston having been driven aud having tied weights to them, Da you know What it wu that laved Martin place The servant of the king has his hand
Tho
the visitor
gentine. moment the door of
: LutberIt was that one ".rbe. on the banquehng-room, and he
verse
into lake and ,1U1'.hlillive
Ind pn easy road.to a full confession. from their course by cyclones as they plunged them tho lands ho sees immense advertisements I by faith." Do you know what it was begins to swing it shut. Now is your time togo

"I had: thought ofUere he broke rounded tho cape. There had been marked their location by small buoyg.Ia that brought Augustine from his horrible dis in. Now is my time to enter. I must go
rernato de tcrrcuos fine In. You must in. He is the
a lot. swinging
,corner sioationi.! It waa that one verse, "Put ye on go
.. 'off,confused. "Pm 80 year old," !!led anxious hearts at home, no doubt, the two, weeks ho returned and took here so leagues there U\O'' the Lord Jeans Christ, and make DO provision door shut. Now, it ia half shut." Now it ia
many ;
which he found to be for the flesh to fulOll the huts three-fourths sbnt. Now, it is Just ajar,
two pieces thereof
Ida ]little Do
said ,
at
girl
remarked looking up
plaintively.f captain ,
q fourth page of tho huge blanket-sheet you know what it was that saved Hedlev After awhile it will be forever shut! .I'

f '"\ of that?" said Mark. who smiled back, but. please God they partly petrified. Two weeks afterward Is filled with advertisements Vicars the celebrated soldier It was the on Why will ye waste on trifling cares

"My mother used to tell me I ought would bo safo aud sound lit Now London the rest was taken up, aid each newspapers of sales of land and houses; and passage.thou-Believe shall be save in !the" Doyouk.owwha Lord Jesus Chris While That life in the which endless God's round compassion of thoughtThe spares?

'to get married," explained Ben. J'Bul tomorrow.Mr. piece of hard wood was hard as flint, streets with banners II (* that broUht: Jonathan Edwards tq one thing needful Is forgotPENNSYLVANIA 0
? the ate hung
flags Christ
? I& was the one "Jow
trull she lived I never thought much Bflggs kept his post generallyat I petrified through. and scarlet cloths, with white him be glory forever and eve'passage." nub: ------..

about It. You, see, a man ,needs to tho bows, but occasionally walked Then tho firm made experimentswith remate read One Thanksgiving' morning in church I
letters announcing grau of this my text Oh.give thanks unto the LorJ, WOODS
get a fixed Idea In his mind. And sot the length of the schooner, and finding the wood in the different stage and that along the Pasco de Julio for he is good," and a young man stood in the -
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Ieng a* no girl teemed to bold out any Mark leaning agalnt the rails of petrifaction and discovered that the cheap-jack shops have their auctioneer rendered KaUery and one said acceptable to himself offeriar: "l of gratitude Being;: Devastated by Forest

;1 i, enticements I didn't like to offer any topped and flung: him a word. unusually excellent razor hones could to God ia" all my life. Hew Lord. am throe Fires---Oil Wells Burn.A .
the counter and
Inducements.** "A black Lucky I know be manufactured from it. These perched upon forever. By that one passage of Scripture hs message received Monday from
wight.
Will
other rematadores aro there under the I brought Into the kingdajn< : and if I aught;
F "I should think- not," said Mark, every inch of the sound from Hell hones are now a famous product of 4iStOW! experience, might tell how oneKr Superintendent Strong, of the Oil City
colonnade to sell of afternoon 1 Fuel at Oil
ready leagues / WM brought to the & Company City Pa., from
with natural scorn. Gate to Point Judith," or again: the firm, but the razorsharpeningworld laud to tho arrived immigrants. gospel by reading of the Byro-PhoinU Pine Grove township, says that thus far

Ben la I have little knows that the stone Is so newly tun's cry to Christ where he said: "Evea the thirteen wells four
"Aud opened, "it a "The Captain always says of merchandise dogs eat of the crumbs that fall front the oi\\ gas well of the Fuel

h widow," eyes like a cat and can see better in to speak, wood petrified in a few Cargoes imported ter's ..b...". Phuosophla sermons Deversaved mas. Supply Company and nine well of the

ships, land, !houses, crops, wool, the anybody. Jletaphyaica1I8&'OIODIliever saved NorthPennOilCompany have been burned.
I weeks in the of the Irish lakes.
I "Yoa don't mean to say ;you are the dark than la the Ught" largest products and fruits of the theh eartbleaadof' plea ROtag rilb'Ollt of The fire ii still burUln;. Minor forest firea
country
actually going to get married, Ben?" A steam launch had kept along with In several ancient histories there !I. what the Ifol)' GheM&, that fa arerepoitad from various point in that
blood stock aav.s, Shut is what
cattle furniture brings
"Well, yes, Mark She seems toieatoulate the Aurora for some time in an irrl. reference made to the "hard, woody jewelry, kingdom ot ChristI people In'J the section. The fuel company 1s in receipt of
t 1 thlugs new and things old all from Elk and Clearfleld counties
tone which was taken from the bot- pall suppose the world thought that Thomas message
on it Marriage hasn't been fating twice crowding on all ,
way, Chalmers preached : serious
nnder the hammer and the auctioneer great sermon la his early annoucc'ng foreat fires, which are
P, faabit of mine, and perhaps it is one team and passing them, then falling tom of Lough Neagh for spear' and arrowheads preached' but Thomas Chalmers sayi he never spreading.Ad't: patch of Monday fromCou-
his
takes from at all
r tf. the things a man ought to begin on ; baok. Once or twice it had approached by the early Irish. So that, percentage, varying pied a pulpit he until earn years oat of after his sickroom be had ,oocu-and. den port, Pa, says: A train with two carload
% to 8 cent. and becomes richr
I t 1- per weak of at Moore' ditched
and men run wu
,
iWo to Is but Mrs. Brown in which made Mr. although IrUhmes\ today are unaware emaciated be stood and hid the
.,f young, a way Brigs use of Christ between two
and richer as his voice grows hoarser story U the paopla And ia the great burning skidways. Super.
pay. better late than never" strong language. Here it was again of the useful peculiarity: of their "big day of eternity it will be found that not so intendent Badger, of the Sinoamahoniog
and hoarser.
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'Ben f was, in fact, to)0 married on altering 1U course, and apparently lough," those of ten and fifteen oen [Harper's. Magazine. muck Christ the as the eloquent story sermons told perhaps brought by those men who to Valley railroad was burned to death.

the following day. bearing down upon them ready to tunes ago knew it well, and utilized{ now to Brush the IIair. were unknown on earth the simple story ol Five other were fatally burned and
the
Saviour's lore and mercy, seat by toe many dangerously injured. The wholetrain
}$+ Mark instantly grained hi friend'* try'and cut them in two. it. In the museum of Trinity College, The proper way to brush the er of the holy Ghost<< straight to the heart pOw was burned the men scattered

.meaning. "What does the fellow mean?" Dublin, can be seen several of these flaIr," >ay* a well-known hair dresser, wan....... ,He nosy IIU HIoe&aU the AHe place,is I hen tall this mom-the and the full extent of the loss of life and

1 "Ben," laid he, forcibly and briefly, screamed Mr. Biigga. "Port your spear and arrow-heads made centuries "Is not to brush it lengthwise, but to Holy Then GhoA Iiro it ready. you the learned.number of injured baa not been

j"f s veT on your wedding journeyand helm' ho cried to the man at the- a .. bold tho ends of the hair, if it is long ,I ready. There oa and are tell Ul....you ben the who church. -So Is

t 1tl'dlg the clarai; aud peddle them till wheeL "Port, I say I" JelpflU1tf4.. enough and simply scrub the scalp i Yea oa.earesformy.ool.-Me a man bowing hit head do U say raver iL Fire In Pensacola. ..

C oft com back." The launch skimmed past their bow Ambitions Youth-I see you adver* with the brush. This process promote and you **'. "Tha maD it iudUrtreatTha; -

This settled all-dlfflouUIe. for Mark almost, as it seemed, grazing theca the for a pushing young nan. I the circulation of the blood and : JI1aQ nay bows go to his every head hear'he U prater that the truth APensicok, Fl* dispatch says: Th

\r all the secrets of Silver Bar, hav At the same instant Mark beard a would like the position. Holies the oil glands to action. After era. They.... goio up IhiTmorSiV prai from most destructive fire which has occurred
this UIeIIIbl in PensacoU for
started the
In
f ag.rnany a time helped to load up the sound which made him turn with a the haIr has been brushed to the Huadredsofprayers straight yean
1 Grocer-All right. Here are fortyor thoroughly &hrIIoj of a listening'GO
.I. boat with elama.r sickening apprehension. fifty orders to deliver. You will la this way it should be then finished awe fill ot frolD pr"y--prnen 1'uJ1cMa street a-a4iDc noon by Neely, oa Palafox street, Wednesday.The .

nl gent OK aU the week, pay by A sudden tosh struck his eyes which find the.push cut at the back door.r.G00l'1 .*-. with a few vigorous strokes length. day alibi by i'rWav night praver all over'M'IOg this,land 1'0- flame spread rapidly and several

"? tdaje of coarse: ,the tldea grew later, I seemed to came almost from the (ew.. i wise of the hair.--Ladies'.' Home .p fromnowt of praylnc ciroa.: rIa, there it other stores were gutt I The tout loseon
Companion. aa hoar of -r d.y that then : buildings t about 115,000 On stock
ate ana wppliatn.s asacaUag $ &be throes IWIllz $ !).OQO.

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I barky, buckwheat. }ouiuva, tobitccv, Items of lrterest''-: r ShaEeadlt Beechert Successor. Talk's cheap, but whert t'$ 'f,.
I" NEWS. cotton and har. .Mapa are used to illustrate 1.t vLrcx ot* '
tho yield per acre being denoted by attende a wealthy San FrancII' I Some Hartford gig *, stopping temporarily The Rev. Lym n Abbott, the successor backed op by ta pledge thd:

figures in the center of each state, and can. Has ago is eighty-two and be has ) at a country town, were annoyedby of Benny Ward Btccher, In Plymouth hard cash of a financially: .n> ,

Happenings of Interest all Over the value being shown by tho green just cut his third sa of teeth. the delay la receiving their mail mat Church, Brooklyn, It a thin, delicate, sponsible firm, or tompany(, '
i\ the State. hading of the maps. The first map is ter. One of them had postal card mailed small-limbed man. Humor is not in his '
devoted to corn, and from this the aver. LAST year there was spent in this from the former city) and it contained line, and he rarely makes his con rcK** world-wide reputation for fair ; ,

age yield of that cereal in Alabama during for country for tea, the sum of and$30,000.000 for malt; these words: "I hope iliw-(the postmistress lion smile. Not long ago, however he and honorable dealing,. It .'n

The old soldiers met in tlayneville SOT- the years from 1880 to 1683. both and coffee. $122,500,000; ) Rill not take all the afternoonto involuntarily made them titter. The business 'r .
eral! days ago and organized a confederate inclusive, was shown to be U.''l bushels spirituous beverage, $000,000,000.A read this postal card." The friends subject of his sermon was the obligation means ; .

veteran association. A full complement per acre, the value of which was 97.GU Tnasa-yaAit-OLD corpse is carried were promptly at the postofBce, and the resting upon Christian to get oat of Now, there arc scores of t..
ot officers were elected. cents. The lowest of the southern states around tho country in a tine-lined case mail came slowly, as usual; but when at their shells std do omethlDg for the and other blood. .
was South Carolina with 9.4 bushels by a Chicago drummer, and shown to last the postmistress laid down this good of mankind. "What i* this wonderful sarsaparillas ,'
tot The is Jenifer Iron company, of Annis- worth $6.19. The average for the entire undertaken as an evidence of the excel postal, she said with a snap in her eye body of Mr *na M f<*T Dr. purifiers, all cracked up to.be(; i :

1 be), shipping iron to England, there to country was 24.1 bushels valued at $9.47.Alabama's lent quality of the embalming fluid usedto "I hope, when you write you'll tell Abbott eiclaimed. "Loab *4 !t. Look the best most peculiar
used in
chilled\ rolls. This is purest
making it of which he is the ,
Miss these
yield of wheat was six bushels preserve agent. -shu's an impudent hussy at muscles. Dr. Abbott stretchedout I '
the first iron ever shipped from AlaVama"' to the acre, valued at $0.60. Georgia's TEMPTATION for desperadoes exists in bit thin arms. "Look at 'this and wonderful, l, but bear ''in, .

to England. yield was exactly the same, but it was the a. cret hoards of wealth in India. An Stale pies in railroad restaurant have strength, this adaptability, this God- mind ( for your own sake), j tYthere's
i Waterworks Opelika are an absolute worth 41 The l'atA long been disseminators of dispepsia "
cents more. produced Allahabad paper estImates that cola and given vigor. Something in the >
certainty. The contract between the an average of 10.8 bushels of oat gems to the value of $1,830.000,000 are Itrcogniting this\ -jact, a member of the don of the faces of the members oxfrps. only one guaranteed II'

city and the American Pipe company, of to the acre, worth $G SO, exceeding Geor locked up in that country. In Amritaar Missouri Legislature has introduced a congregation and a rustling like a flint blood-purifier and remedy: for'' t

Philadelphia, has been signed, and the { a bushel to the acre, and falling City alone there are hidden jewels worth measure compelling bakers to date their titter recalled the preacher to himself, liver and all diseaseS' '
J waterworks are to be'Completed in twelve behind Mississippi two-tenths c.f"bushel.In $10,000,000. pies and with a faint smile he passed to another torpid I {

months. rye this yield was 5.5 bushels worth THE hatching of ulligator' In an LAMTS needing a tonic, or.f-hlldrea who : phase of his sermon. that come from bad blood. .
The Opelika.Ice company is now manufacturing $6.28. The first stall. in rye averagewas egg ", .building up, should take Brown' Iron I i
with Thuaverage incubator is a new industry Florida. Hitler. It In pleaaant take, t'u"tI Malaria, That one-standing solitary ..'
Colorado biuhcls.
ice 17.1 Sated Clothes.Presence .
without trouble. The by Heavy '
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Tho demand for the reptiles is in excess Indigent Blllounwm and Llrcr Complaint*, <
machinery is now operating all right, and per acre yield of bailer in of the natural supply, and half of the make the !hood rich and pure. and alone-sold on trial 'is;, a
all difficulties adjusted. It is being Alabama was 10.4 bushels worth $11.33. of mind saved John Adams, '
operated little negroes in the villages are poking Lolta has been on the stage ,lnM1"Inar!/ Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
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by the Atlanta Machine works Georgia shows up with 14 bushels. Thefirst in the sandbanks all 'getting fnrtnno Is ailraiited at between (1,0)0,000) and of Tacoma. from a frightful death. lie ; 't :
day long
this season. State in barley Will Washington with for the artificial hatcher $2,000,000._ i's employed in a melting work in that Discovery. ,h

The contract for the new bank build. 29.1 bushels worth $16.54. There is no eggs A man who' baa practiced medicine for *o city. The other day a mlratep caused If it skin
BOSTON is world
the in tbe fi
bowing of buckwheat in Alabama only city him to fall into of metal ,
ing, to be erected by the bank of Ope- or yean wham know alt from sugar; read a pot boiling scrofufu9.dise
Jib has been secured home any State south of North Carolina end which preserves an exact record of the "''bah. and in an instant he was immcnrcd to his scalp and t
by contrac TOLEDO, 0, .
tors. It will be erected on South Cham Tennessee. Of potatoes Alabama produced proceedings of its common council. Mean. F. J. Cheney lnti0,1l851 1. armpits. As he fell ho' clutched the rim rand consumption j
62.1 bushels to the acre, worth Every motron, argument and remark no hare been In the general nntetloe of imedlolne tot the pot, and was thus enabled to pulmonary i-! t6
berg four strett months., and It is is to to be be built completed of Nash-in $56.02. The highest yield of potatoeswas matter how unimportant, is stenograph- for practice moot 40 and react experience, and would, hare may never that In even all my a quickly draw himself out. lie then is only lung-scrofula-just let,4.: "

in Montana .where the cally taken down. The member are that I could with into cold : '
average was preparation prescribe as plunged an adjoining pot of its makers know and
ville pressed brick with ,a granite front get your
therefore mach comfldence of I Tail's Ca-
107.4, worth $73.03. No tobacco is put very careful in their utterances.A incceos as can water. Ills hands were badly burned,
and will be ono of the most handsome tarrh Care manufactured by
back.
and substantial bank in the down to Alabama's credit. The highest BRARAUA hen on a farm in Cecil scribed, It a 1Tf'manJ'tiroes and Its effort Is but otherwise he had hardly a scar: on money ,
building yield of tobacco is in Massachusetts, county Maryland, belonging to Win. D. bare wonderful,and would ear In conclusion that I him. The secret of his escape was that Talk's cheap but to back'a .
state. yet to find a cane of catarrh that It wouldnot 1.
which fact will\ be surprising to many Summers, of Philadelphia, lately surprised cure,It they would take It according to directions. he had on heavy wollen undcrwa.ro and .
A few days ago, at Decatur, Nathan E. readers. The average in that State was its owner. It laid a dark browa outer clothing, and before it had burned poor medicine, or a commonone
Baldwin, of Cincinnati, O., closed a con 1485.4 pounds to the worth $204.28. which and Tears truly, Adams in tho of cold it ,trial ''
acre egg measures seven threequarter L. I* OoriaTTCn. M.D. through wa pot by selling on as
tract with the Decatur Land, Improvement Cotton is what we are most interested in, inches in its long diameter, and six omce,S15 tlummd\ St. water. I Medical '
and Furnace Company establishinga and Alabama shows a smaller average and a half inches in its short diameter. We will tire $100 for any case of catarrh Golden Discovery"is
hammock factory in New Decatur to than any other State except Florida; the DntwcEKKEss is the failing of tbe (that Jure.cannot Taken be Internally cared with llall's Catarrh The girl who attend tho college at sold, would bankrupt the'

begin operations by the lit day of June average being 140.1 pounds of lint to Hercules! beetle, a South American insect.It F. J. C."IIV A to. PropsToledo 0. Columbia, Mo., think a fine should be fortune.
next, to work 200 hands. This gentleman the acre, worth $12.43. The other States sometimes attains a growth of six inches ur-Baljjruggtets,150.PgnsocArrFasTo!! imposed when they accept tho escort of largest

places at the disposal the land com average as follows: Florida, 106.4{ Vir- in length. It is said that it rasp the all persons who aN I gentlemen to whom they are not engaged Talk's cheap, but'only "Dis9.l.1.1co
Information how togrow
bald We will send free
pany a forfeiture of $500 in cue they do ginia, 158 0; North Carolina. 18U7; ; bark from the slender brunches of tho :luxuriant suit of hair, no matter what and have agreed to pay a fine is guaranteed.

not begin work the lit day of June with South Carolins, 157.8; Georgia, 145.9; mammm tree until the juice flows. This F the cause.> ,,or how.and lone tedlmonlala standing;; write no humbug.Pang.lane's i twenty-five cent every Hmo they do so. very

200 operatives.The Tennessee, 189.2; :Mississippi, 194.4; it drinks until it drops to the ground Intoxicated or -*.-Co. sox tae LUlD.iOa.Ky.-
alliance convention for the Fifth Louisiana, (the highest) 232.7; Arkansas, \
district held at 2 9.8 Texas 190.1. Alabama shows On. 1C M 5.'. QniAT BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR I
congressional Tuskegee ? ; up IN Holland there it an original way of kavettamnze.eeNo: Pita nfter tint "
several day ago, threw open, the doors well in hay, the average yield being 1.21 collecting taxes. It the taxpayer omit n"*. Msrvelouncure.. Treatise" and $1 dar,"
into tons to the valued luttle tree. Dr. Kline. TO Aroh 8t.. 1'hlU. Pa.
and invited the public the courthouse sere, at $16.54. The to promptly pay after notice has been sent

to hear a speech from Mr. Oliver, adjoining States, Florida excepted showa to him, two soldiers possessed of good Portable Hay Prrrm jro. Addras for circular As AI l"NICFor U
of Dadeville. Mr Oliver spoke for more slightly better yield. California and appetites are sent to his homo, to be there U 13.Curlae. Rlensl.' MlM.Jfnftltcted .

than one hour in explanation of the Oregon are the highest, being a tie at lodged and maintained at tho expense of with, snre IT"".UIM Dr. Isaac Females nothing better MA It found; and we advise all delicate or

principles and future intentions of the 1.80 tons. tho delinquent, until ho rushes down to lon'e Kye-water.lragilsts sell aUUo Thomp-I debilitated women, whether suffering from any irregularity or not, to takeit.

organization. lie declared that the alliance tho tax-cilice and settles. HiECnnAH's 1'11.1.1ure<<- Every ingredient possesses superb tnnlo properties Anti exerts wvonderful
was'os full of politics as an egg THE COTTON OIL INDUSTRY. influence in toning up and strengthening her frame. Its effect III i almost:
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JOHN ScnmMsnEn of Neb. ---- -- -- -
was of meat. That they were for the Emporia, magical, and soon it causes tho blood to course healthily through her veins;
145 and his wife
alliance first and then for democracy. Gigantic Strides of the Business weighs pound, weighs driving through tho prorxr channel* all impurities of her tyitotn. Health
404 She is old
lie held up all men engaged in professions Since 1880. and pounds.is still gaining thirty-one flesh. Her years father, 1Pf Ii and strength always result from its continued use. ,

and trades as bciug/ opposed to the weighs GOO and her mother "My wife has suffered for six years from suppressed menstruation. Ha beenli
over pounds,
farmer. Consequently those engaged in The Manufacture Record of last treated the best without benefit. Two bottles .
tips the beam at 410. She has a sister, by physicians of BnADn& .J1I F -, ,}
agricultural pursuits had a right to take week, publishes a list of every cotton I old who 160 WALK KEQOLATOH relieved her, a thing I thought impossible. Her health'Is much.

charge of the political interests of the seed oil mill in the South giving the pounds twenty-seven, nnd she years bras lour, brother weighs whoso Improved. 1 believe your remedy has no equal. Vi, A. SIMMONS, JIcNutt's, B. 0.* i"J '

country through the alliance. This name, location and capacity: of each. combined weight is over 1500' pounds. Have suffered periodically for years-been treated by the bcoat',pbyslclaM-.
shows that there 104mills
are now
Work of Tramp report
without roliefnADFIItLD'S FKMALU IKQCI.ATOH did than all the
mo more good
At 11 o'clock last Monday night, C. H. with a capital of over $20,000,000, ELEcrniciTT is employed in a Berlin .
other remedies. JIns. ELIZA DAVIS Charlotte N. 0.
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cafe to boil coffee. A wire
Russell cashier and chief clerk of the against forty mills with a capital of $3- platinum
Georgia Pacific railroad at Birmingham, 500,000 in 1880. Forty of these mills passes in spiral form through several "Have used II FIAP FIELD'S FEMALR KEOULATOII and can recommend"it to all,my ,

was knocked on the head by burglarsand have established: fertilizer factories in thus fats the clectiical current quickly friends. Jlins 0.8. WIKMKTEM, Denver, Col."

dangerously wounded. lIe was cannoctton with their oil, using the cot. raising tbe water contained to boiling I 1l Sold by all Druggists. Price f 1.00 per bottle nradfloM\ Regulator Co., Atlanta,'I Ga..

working in his office with the safe open ton seed meal as a basis for manufactur point, and the coffee is thus prepared in -, .. ....-.. I ...... 1
when the robbers entered lie was found ing fertilizers. Reviewing this industry, the view of any ono in the room. A I Ii

in a few minutes by a watchman, lying The Manufacturer Record says; "It was small electric railway conveys the coffoo 7 KING q.
there screaming with papers and books but a few years ago when tho to the several tables,,'so that the guests j I ICOUGH ,

around him and in the safe on fire. lie cotton seed was an incumbranco may help themselv, o their liking.

was drugged out, but could only say and when the farmers had to ONE K3VJOYS ALL r rAcliB'S i :
"Tbey knocked me on tho head and dump them wherever they had waste The Caroline Island. I Both the .!method and results when l lQ lt
:
killed me," when he became unconscious. place. It is true that, to some little ex I Syrup of Figs is taken; it ia pleasant CURES;

Tramps had been seen around the building tent, their value as a fertilizer was recognized It li a fact that the American missionaries .I and refreshing to the taste, and acts

during tho night. The had evidently and hero and there a few were in the Caroline Islands are discriminated gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,

set fire to the papers after tho ,robbery.The used for that purpose; but they counted against by the Spanish authorities. Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system
building, fu.l of freight caught, and nothing in adding to the wealth of the In 1852 the American Board of Foreign effectually, dispels cold., headaches .
,
Missions sent out several missionaries !
to
was almost destroyed. south or to the p sperity of the southern and fevers and cures habitual
christianize the islands of this section of
Only One.Here.A farmer The increase in the mills has ,
the Pacific Ocean at that time unclaimed: constipation. Syrup of Figs is theonl !
Gadsden telegram says: Sheriff been greater in the size and quality than I l
its kind ENGLISH
Chandler, Deputy Sheriff:! Melton and in number. Many of the oil mills that by any foreign Stat and but little remedy of ever produCed -

Chief of Police Franklin, of Attalla, returned -! were badly constructed and fitted with known except to hardy New England I pleasing to the taste and acceptable I1
iailort who had found in them to the stomach prompt In
I have beou abandoned whaling ,
from Conyers, Kockdale county, antiquated machinery -
of for their its action and beneficial ice its REMEDY.
a source supplies ship during truly :
of the and business has been
(#a., with John Bently, one escaped coucen-
their long cruises in hunting whales from effects from the mosthealthy
robbers of the band broken up at bated in newer and more thoroughly prepared only
Cape Horn to the Arctic Ocean. I| and agreeable substances its
Attalla several weeks ago. lie was cap equipped mills. The cotton oil trust has I SOLD IN
lured at his aunt's, about ten miles south pursued this policy and has ceased to These missionaries, after many struggk many excellent qualities commend it V. AaBARIMOrilBIIAltKBT of Conyers. He made but little resist operate a number of mills that it purch- against the heathenism of the lIatlnl to all and have made it the most ENGLANDfor we ba. forced the prlcu of watches dow.as
..a..l." of the islands, at last gained a foothold least 20 Mr cent.!M a rwalt of this' w. use
once, and was brought to Gadsden and popular remedy known. nmklnBlromfnMi salts.lb. .
h. IHdL
and advanced until and ia
steadily now "btcveni Witch"I Is.ztenslydy known
in It is said of is for sale in boo
lodged jail. Syrup Figs
safely MOBBED BY ITALIANS.An the entire island hereabout ma be truly I *. the beet timekeeper In the mrtcbU toUDrquaUxl
by others of the band that he was the laid to be as thoroughly christianized and 91 bottles by all leading drug AMERICAfor for ronriCT' and durability. rind
ring leader of, the robbers, and planned reliable who I nut about our Improved w.lrh before parrliMlnic. .
(not civilized) as of the countries inhabited gists. Any druggist '
American and His Daughter any 25 .nta tiottl. J. 8teveaUro.,411Yblteballbt.: ,,
the ,robberies and that he also shot e g '
all will '
; by the white race, write a New may not have it on hand procure 1r.ntatia. l!+rndforatalogos'rltitIii .. .
Alderman Wilson, of Attalla. This Pelted With Stones.A who ,,
York Time correspondent. The workof it promptly for any one IT TASTES GOOD
leaves Jim Cross the only one of the cablegram tram Florence, Italy the missionaries ho been almost wonderful wishes to try it. Do not accept any .. *

band not captured.The says: WIlliam Jacques, an American They have built churches and substitute -

Reward Paid. gentleman from Newton, Mass., was out schools Lave reduced the native dialectto Every Farmer Roofer
The account of the killing of John W. driving with his daughter! Tuesday, when writing and instructed the children in CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO. own

Penton the.noted Alabamadesperado, a mob of people pursued hU carriage books punted in the native tongue; induced SAN HHHOI8CO CtL. CHEAPER than Shingles, Tin or Slate.Becluel .
at Milton, Fla., has been confirmed by attacked it, pelted it with stones, aud. the natives to live in village and louisvtLu. HIM not* *.r. Tour INSCOAMCE!:, and Perfectly

officials at Montgomery. The battle with severely injured his daughter, who respect one another'right and property; Fire, Water and Wind Proof. P A'Tl'TT"PU
,Ponton's friends was a desperate one, and interfered in his behalf. have raised the standard of morality and '
lasted fully ten minutes, in which nearly Another dispatch received Wednesday established the binding marriage ceremony ugust tSTEELROOPING E .UALPAgAoorrI: / Nj"'AN'

200 shots were fired. From reports ol from Boston, Mass., says: William and have educated the natives 10 CORRUGATED MKIN000eTt I .' L$ -8
,
officers engaged; in the battle the theory Jacques of Newton !Iua.., who with that the rudimentary branches are well <
that Penton was shot by his friends in his daughter was assaulted by an Italian known by the mass of the people and .s ou t G .kUYAn11aE0iN3I8PAPERS:; A

their attack on the officers, is plausible,' mob in Florence, is an electrician of the the English language has become almost Flower"There with w...asyant,. w. ,bare. ..,1'sa...A.eat.........w""" MvSmith's ,trl .a.Y._e
as he bad only one wound, a bullet entering American Bell Telephone Company and u much used as the native tongue eaiatoe.ua 8.po[. -

tbe center of his back. lie was well known In Boston and principal In return for all this the love of the a 11
being carried away from his friends be. cities of this country. lie sailed from natives for their missionary friends is _ttf ,

tween two officers when he received the New York for England and the conti very great. They allow themselves to is a gentle- Oar Kooflnc U f edr o ra4o the liulldlnr.and Worm Oil
wound, staggering falllng the instanthe nent about a mouth since for pleasureand be governed and directed by the missionaries Dyspepsia. man at Malden-on- any IlooRn ran be applied Ullyou l write>r an true* one.lofimr 1>O not I-'J buy' >o f

was struck. The officers have been intended to be absent about live or without comment, looking;: up to the-Hudson, N, Y., UveLfttalogae.BertelH. AUKHT: WAWTaJXDIPPV For Worms
paid the reward of }400 offered by the six months. He was accompanied by them a*being always' right, and acknowledging named Captain A. G. Pareis, who UMCccoaiTiVKLTRicxKUico- :

State of Alabama for he capture of Pen- his wife ant two children, both daughters the authority of missionaries has written us a letter in which it Creel?Pant Stretcher IS A SAFE AND SURE REMEDY. t
officers wounded in
ton. None of the ; one about eight and the other tea above all other ..... ilairant Aahanl eeaalhuI.Ib.y
is evident that he has made up his .d". t>* Modenu at Oozt
the affray were seriously hurt.T. year old. Mr. Jacques very seldom expresses > aha rutwlo..l..d bwuawa...r-1: .> Sold Everywhere. flO **.
mind
Maxi persona are broken down from overwork concerning some things, and tit twwn
Steel.
Basle .
.Maaefaelure any opinion concerning public household *. Brown Iron bitten b. .Otlt1a'.rUw..ltu, ; to.11'-10 a.W..
An essiy to assure the establishment of matters, and his friends are entirely at a rebuild or the 'y.t. aid digestion, remove this is what be says: -tnonaI.ptw.1I -- o1PE !!!!

tho great basic steel works at Birmingham loss to understand how such a man could CXCCIM of bile, aad carne malar. !&. A I have used your preparation SICK war,and Vnioot a....Wuranm wall. //-* /idp.lewbow. > PENSIONS Ispused.w.-
ipleodld tonic for woman and cbtldr.a.llaylean.me _. .
was taken a few days ago by tbe become the victim of a mob. He is a called August Flower in my family tuou.ar .Samplee.Jl.Y. W r .nand hl.-wuaeaua4t
/ wr
directors of the Eljton Land Company, I highly cultured gentleman and was formerly tbe orlirin of wbleh come I for seven or eight years. It is constantly nee Dr..II.D\'LJItJI.lf.f: ?:.;w.i w n e c:. l;
from the Roman. In honor of M l ....
who subscribed $100,000 to the'enter- I tb.1 i T. fllse..C.. -- --
a pro essor at Johns Hopkins university mother Mercury sad .Uiirbt'A'1*.. in my house and we considerit PATENTS..h ..... .. Y ia.llaety
has made the etch. rove -
prise Mr. T. T. Hillman at Baltimore. the best remedy for Indigestion, -. .. beak Ir.. I I f(u.roe...,..are...and....lo jrour kwllh. Vor lii/uraiauoa
proposition to raise the money if the irll wlla_Pto :.....,.BA.tafamle.WK.A. .
and tor ealaJocM and '' .1
Constipation we
pany Tennessee would Coal subscribe, Iroa and$300,000 Railroad, and Com the Nine Stories of Flame.A Cood BloodIs Indigestion have ever used or I CARRIABES..1Iaa4. II. UKA \.110":1:1> bartlrular: WIiI..JII.M>le wantml.XV. Y.CIC. -. N.--D. .. .,...-... .....-......... TwwIjr'W.

Elyton Land Company 100000. Then known. My wife is ": -
most disastrous fire visited Fratci II. DlflRRHIEfl7DYSENTERY.
and associate to in a half troubled and at CURES
he were put Leggett & Co., holesule grocer, at the absolutely with Dyspepsia 9
million more, making $800,000.capitaJ junction of Vtrcock, Franklin and West times suffers very much after eating. ,

with which action to start of the the establishment.The LandCompany Broadway, New York, Sunday afternoon. Essential to The August Flower, however, relieves i
formal Elton Before the names were gotten under con the difficulty My wife frequently 1
the transaction and on '
closes CRAMPS.
trol $400,000 worth of damage was doneto to me when I am going 4
it is said telegramhas says .
the strength of this a
the stock and $30,000 to the building.The Cood HealthYou -
been rcceivtd from Andrew Carne to town \Ve are outConstipation : I
stock was insured for $500,COO, and I Tho Best Thing
of Flower
Alabama will be tbe August ,
eie, saying that .
the insurance on the building could not
steel-making region of America<< it cot of .; and I think you had t t
be l scertained. Tbe fire broke out on have BOWELS
the world. Fpeaking this great movement the top floor of the nine-story building, may better get another bottle.' I am also FOR THE
Hon. J.-hnT. )Milner! a pioneer in troubled with Indigestion and when-
bath
which was exclusively occupied by- Leggett by taking the
the iron industry of Alabama, says: ''lconsider GIVE IT TO rkt
& Co Is immense establishment. ever I am, I take one or two teaspoonfutsbefore -

event the in steel the history mill the of mutt important ITALY'S LATEST. best Blood Purifier. eating;for a day or TEETHING CHILDREN, I Si

since we first made coke and produced two, and all trouble is remo\' d." 0 I
will insur Birmingham -- IT WILL SAVE THEIR LIVES.
pig iron at Ox moor. It
a grand future, for it will be A Circular Addressed to The Hood'sSarsaparilla KUNG COTTON -

followed by ttlur steel mills in time to Powers. POMT' lei Your druggist. er a.rc"a.. ..*..
come, ana at once by innumerable AcaUrgram ot Friday from Rome 8'1.reeJl :your Cotton onJQNES eude yea teat aeei'lhle* ela will tM
WOU't
smaller Industrie, ftis to the age <,( lays: The Italia.,* the Italian govern- Cotton Scale. well.f.y It .
.
will become the is about addreu circular t Ai t .t, LoU"to 9Jt'. jCuL
and saint to the
stall Birmingham a to IU..1UWY 1
CUT BEST.BIKOHAMT05. PIIIf. ..... IWlbf i h .. ....." -... beweafe .Iser.ela. JNt <
great steel center<< of America. Edropi an powers, tubmittii g the conduct $60seT01 tow Mateo ; !UI uw Ueiid I'hri nu'. ,....... iJIt
ATerxe .f AIe.ee+. O.B.. of tbe Poked Stairs government fat Fauquier White Su'phur'Springs' YoTb..eiera.tw ",

The Album of Agricultural Graphic, the New Orleans affair to their judgment. Puyut v..ipaar lror1Da sod,.... .. *. )I. Y. 0 asp
Issued f'om the United States department Italy will thus be the initiator of an in- have ....-.Y.. AroMaWUaeeaur --- -
ni4el, ........... ei aa41rJ1J8u1Babtc.evnHI .
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of agriculture, and showing values pet rnatiooal agro-meat to compel the 1Mo- c..... ie.r.ry rsAe4 & M house .uu o -
aoe of crop of the United States pro Ualted State to find mean to guaranteethe A atlW4.5o.b.nark of Zi .eaeaeell.d...,...........:.tut....adpbur... be 1nerJ..u e.Wti. O PI::M out P& Ao Uoo rx eparUeulanerat ...r..- aoarW U Is AD IIIntawnt; If "hkb I ) smull: f.'III1JrlAt bJ Ie II1WI.apt>UN co Its ;

seats a good show ing for Alabama. Tb protection of foreign sabjeets.4i -. ....-:::..Ateaph.s will be == &M.wUit.LdY.Y.U. 1rkc.revaatr Jt..1 I1/zst.TJ :1, Warns ra.g3 .

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- It '} "Xot A* I Trill." and on Friday it was high water at > I senitb\ ; below was ahnngre light mass, QUAIL AiD' REV. DR. TALMAGE should this morning ,tart for your Pathtr'
them with b tn<* then would be hundreds and th L Vndfol Jed and alone I Stand, o'clock. I which was advancing open In this assemblage wbo would say lUbe knew

rWltn unknown tormholOson each band; Marie started out at dawn and r tremendous speed. A Lexington Ky.) barn is 1000 THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUNDAY U. "Make room for that man. make room for

|!\The darlintai deepens' as 1 grope male one iticccssfut trip{ then as the Mr. Briggs was still gazing wrathfully feet long: and 100 feet wide. SERMON. him btrllor( at the his holy baptism saaramint, give him bring fa'l the right I'fiver to
1 jU.fraU! to fear ..(rald to hope.
after tho steam launch. all all the privileges of the chorea of Jesus
wind blowing and the sky
f |,Yet tbls finO thing learn to know east was The first five Presidents were ( brill&..*

eh day inore 'sorely as I go, wu half veiled with clouds, ho de '"Slarboard your helm!I" shouted men of the revolutionary epoch.In SBbeeu"IavllatlBl| a Wecl41." / Do not say :yon hUll nsref been invited. I

t doors< are opened'waye are mmdeK"dellA cided to go again In the.afternoon and Mark in a voice which he did not sea invite .von now to the King's feast One and
twelve months 1100 purses were all All! All! But I go further and tell yon
ar* lifted or are laid, secure a sure supply of clams for Sat- ognize as his own. "Hard to star that the"angels are ready. Some people think
.
1' taw and sill! left in cabs and 'buses in London.A TEXTI "Comf, for all things are now
By come great unseen should wnen we speak: about angel we are Retting-
before bad weather board
% [jUnfutliomcd: pnrposo to fulfill urday, boasts of eating, half ready."-Lnk* sir.( 17. to; the region of '..n01. They say it i* very
"Not I will. come. Tho order was hoard off the dock ol Marylander Holy festivities to- i* '
fc at one sitting. Into the spiritual; garner Our joy preach abontthe angels Heaven
of peanuts sheaves ministry
The east wind held the waters the steamer as well. There was a a gallon
Ur.dlotJcc1 and alone I watts! strong to like the Heaven. KpreaJ thebyiqnet but after he ha gone on further it is hardly

tan > too lifucr, gain too late;i in the bay and although it was almost shriek of tho whistles, the engines Van Buren was the first President fill joythe chalices. We are not to-day worth ,,!.tale. My friend, there la not anymore
k et'pJa at the funeral of a dead Christ; we are cele- evidence in the Bible that there is a God
'00 dory. burdens In the load three hours past tho turn of the tido slackened. that was not born a British subject.Iho j bating the marriage of the King' Son. swarm around! Jarob'S iitiller Dill' eoLsz tint

t ud too tow helpers on the road, touchedthen in the It was an exciting time In Ennlish history ? a "
r I the bay was still half submerged when Tho two vessels almost largest Stole's' Prison Elizabeth visitei Lord Leice ns's soul went np did they not escort It? Did

[,And joy J (i. weak and grief< Is strong Mark reacted i& the Aurora caught the wind, and in United States Is located at Jefferson when ter at Queen KenUworth castle. The clocm in all not David say "The chariots of God are
.. And and long, so long' thousand thousands of angels?"
[ years daft so the towers ant. throughout the castle were twenty even
Yet this one tbtag t tarn M know However, ba &TC tp his skiff I sot another instant they were yards apart. City, Mo. at the moment of her arrival, so Are they not represented u the chief harvesters -

'I&l JEtch thy more surely a* I go. to work, and by 6.80 ,had filled two The Captain had heard the word of A baby born In Atchison, Kan., ha stop to point to that in In moment re.t. as the angel in of one the judgment night slay dav 180,000 Did of not 80nnacherib'l one-
all others
lTbat! | I ora glad Uu good and 111 baskets with clams had dragged them command, the rustling\ of feet and the been christened "!lard Times" by his one The surpassing doors of the great banqueting ball troops? '
I
t )}OJy cbMigdcM! law are ordered still, marched In to the Oh yen, our world Is in communication with
The
across the sands and was abont to sharp turn of the wheel, and was already were opened. queen All that communication iiby
r. h! ",Not..1 will." parents- sound of the trumpets. Fourteen hundred two other world
them into his boat when ho the companionway. > angels. When bad man is to die, .a man
empty on bas 465 scats in the British servants waited upon the guests. It was a
England God and rejected the Gospel
<
I Not ft.t will." The sound grows sweet alt rubbed Ills "Mr. Brigs ho shouted in a scene that astonished all nations when they who has despised -
pawed eyel.Wbero ; Ireland 103 Scotland the bad spirits come on sulphurous Wing
Parliament dollars did
oli tie my lips the words repeat. heard of it Five thousand a day shackle him and try to push him off
"'1ot..l'wlll.thq darkness feelsWore was the boat voice of force accusation, "we were seventy-two and Wales thirty. the banquet cost as it went on day after day. the ind they precipices into the ruin and they lift a

tafo' than light! when this thought; lIe had, as n, ual, pulled it as highas very near that steamer!I" She was greeted to the palace gates thunders with guffaw of diabolical exultation. But there is a
It is said that the natives of Masks: floating islands and torches and the and beautiful and loving
tteatslAi.9 possible out of the water, and hero "We aw her," said Mr. Brlggs. of cannon and fireworks that set the night: line of angels, bright angels reaching all the
(in boat ,
time mighty !
their angels,
of
whispered voice to calm and bless was the very furrow ho bad made in By dawn they were off New Lon- spend so much ablaze,and a burst of music that lifted the way from earth to Heaven, and when other
I AJl-unreitl and all lonellneos.JTIot that their legs are crooked and weak. whole scene into enchantment Beginningin gather Ilka them I snopose the air Is full of
,1' tho firm while sand. Dut tho boat don, and the mate himself offered to that way, it went on from joy to joy and them. They hover. They Jilt about. They
I will because the Oneline
ai Wis. from to excitement aud from
excitement
"t 1Looking I row Mark ashore that ho might catch A man In Milwaukee saw push down iniquity from :roar heart. They
loved was ;
] us first and \best has,goneBefore gone rapture to rapture. That was the treat

: ; f o'. on the road and stilly across tho bay, Mark Jho early train. As they neared thewharfMr. womnn fall down and ho helped hei banquet that Lord Leicester spread in I eml- are Look ready I to There rejoice.U an angal from the

L ffdr. lid" mild all Ills love fulfill thought ho espied it beyond tho beacon Drlggs took, off his gold up and spoke words of consolation, worth CardinftlVols"y castle entertained the French throne of Christ God. On and moment heard the ago doxologyof it stood

t, "Not as we wilL" iy i iM I' near tho lighthouse rocks. watch and chain and handed it to and she sent him a deed of a $OOO ambassadors Hampton Court. The best before the redeemed. It is here now Bright
,, rooks of all the land provided for the table.
from the golden eilyl8pe..k
y r immortal, what news
Half laughing at the 'ablurdity'of llt: rh. house. The guests were kept hunting in the parks spirit blest The answer conies malt

; : :BETWEEN THE TIDES. the predicament, bo fastened his hand "What is that?" inquired the boy It has been only about 60 years all keen the, and day,then BO that in their the appetites evening hour might they be jug on ready.the "air Angelo"Come ready, come to, for bear all the thing tidings.are

"I should like to it since a great mathematician demonstrated were shown! into the banqueting hall, with now
{ kerchief on tho end of his clam pick present to you Angels ready to drop the benediction. Angels
; 11 that a steamship could never table aglitter with imperial plate and ablush to kindle the JoY All ready. Ready.
and set it in the then said Mr. Brlggs. ready
up sand gazed with the very costliest wines, and the second thrones and
: /. in lire scasido Tillage of Littlcport ruefully toward Point No Point, a "I should not like to tako it," said cross the Atlantic, because it would course of the feast was made of food in all cherubim principalities and seraphim.and powers.Beady Beady, Michael

too tide 'in the affairs of men which bo impossible for her to carry enough shapes, of men and birds and beasts, and the archangel.
all the same""But
Mark
mile and wondered if ho could "thanking
away, yon dancing groups and jousting parties riding Yes I further and say that:your glorified
: l. leads to fortune moat be taken at its last the trip. each other with lances. Lords t. go
swim tho distance. yon did mo a good service," of fuel to during upon. uplifted kindred: are ready. 1 have not anv sympathy
f,; and princes and ambassadors, their cups I believe it II bornn
bb. with modern spiritualism.
Not said Mr. Briggs Bankok has been the capital of Slam to the brim drank first to the
a very far away was a schooner, gleaming perdition. When I see the ravages il
'* ':At 'lifj'i water tow signs of life are health of the king of England, and then to
mainly laden with shingles all sails "I don't know what you mean." since 1769. Tho palaces and temples the health of the of France. That makes with tnmnn intellects, when I sea the
\ to bo about tho dock The harbor emperor homes It has devastated when I see the bad
seen
"I should have been ornamented. The the that Cardinal
set She was boating her conrso in mean that wo lire gorgeously was banquet Wolsey morals that very often follow in its wake, I

opens majestically into Long the taco of tho cast wind and had sailed run down by tho steamer if yon spires and in some cases the whole spread But to-day in Hampton my brothers Court and sisters, I Invite have no faith in modern spiritualism. I
; John Milton !
think if and George Whitfield
latand Sound bounded tho
by light well into tho harbor mouth to gain hadn't spoken in time. Wo should edifices are covered-wHh gilding or you to a grander entertainment. My have noL anything better to do than to crawl

t honso promontory en tho right and tho had chance. laos. There arr Lord, the King, is the banqueter. Angels of under Rochester tables and rattle the leaves,:
not have the of
many-colored mo
purchase for her long tack. This ghost a God are the cupbearers, all the redeemed are
better home in Bat
they had stay glory. the
11 t curving shoroa of Point No Point onrl' ,I Wo l lee of hundred temples in the guest; the balls of eternal love frescoed Bible : thai the fa''
f gave Mark an opportunity. He seized were burning no lights on our upward ono distinctly teaches glorified
th e.Icst But hour after the boats with light and paved with joy and curtained
i an heaven are in sympathy with oar redemntion.
his pick, ran to the ,very edge of I side. I feel grateful to you for my the city and suburbs. Tho palace oi with unfading beauty are the banqueting Now, yon should pass into

at,tho wharf have swung to tho ebb a tho bar and waved tho signal l frantically own sake but you probably caved the tho First King is very striking and place music, the the chalices harmonies of God of eternity are the plate are, andI the dom of God suppose this morning' suppose you should
I keen : discern a streak say, "I am done With the sins ofbll world.
) eye maji green toward tho vessel shouting at tho Captain's life, his little girl's 11fe.everybody' rich In its oinutnentation. In one of am one of the servants come out with invitations 11* upon all these folllet. 0 Christ! I tako
In tho midst of tho waters of the to all the and oh that
people,
very you thee now, I take \b1Ie"loe. I respond to thy
; top of his lungs. By good fortune life on board, perhaps. the temple is a famous jasper statueof might break the seal of the invitation and love thine I before the
forever
which-lately am Why,
seemed to feel theifo
: ... bay, : some one on deck happened to bo look- "If I did," said Mark, "then cer- Buddha. read in ink of blood, and with the tremulous tear of repentance had dried on your cheek
and atrof, tho deep sea currents hand ef a dying Christ, "Come come, for before first had, closed the angel
yonr i
i' and ing through,a glass at LUtleport. tainly I need no present. I shall have The great .festival of the English all things are now ready. standing with the prayer message for thy soul would'

: presently 'stretching midway An instant later down dropped a something to thank God for all my milkmaids and chimney sweeps of lie Illustrating my text I go on, and in the first cry upward "He Is coming! and angels:
,Across tho harbor rises Silver Bar, place say that the Lord Jesus Christ is ready. poising la midair would cry upward, "He U
'f" boat; two rod shlrted sailors Jumped days." first of May dates its origin back to Cardinal Wolsey did not come into the banqueting coming!" all along the line of light from door.
{which at low tido becomes island of
; t an into her ami rowed with all their And the tears rose to his eyes as he tho Romans, who wore wont to commemorate leut and hall until the second course of the way to doorway, from wing tip to wing tip,]
when he entered, booted and
I : vflne white sand and be1In\ Littler the news would go upward, till it reached the
k'it might toward tho bar. In loss than thought of the Captain's little daughter the festival of :Flora the sparred, all the guests arose and cheered him; gate and then it would flash to the honsa .f
+ barbor flood tide comfort but I have to tell that the
1 Tpori means :you our banqueter mansion kindred out
and find
'\' 'Snd 10 minutes Mark had scrambled into sleeping in her berth. goddess of flowers, for several days in Lord Jesus Chris, comes in at the beginningof many and those before the throne your would say: "Re, I
security.i
this welcome dory having tlratthrown' Ho budo Mr. Brlgas; good-bye took I May. :Maypoles were forbidden to bo the feut. Ay he hat been waiting for joice with me, my prayer are answered. Give
'I' 'Each fisherman, as soon u the wa- bis guests, waiting for some of them 1891 me another harp with which to strike th* joy.
f in his ,clams, which the men said tho early train and reached LUtleport. erected by Parliament in 1644, but Jean, witing with mangled feet, waiting with Saved, saved saved!"
,\ ton, !* subside, seeks his happy hunting baud on the punctured side, waiting with Now, friends if Christ is ready and
would: bo a weclomo addition to their at 10 o'clock.It they were restored agaIn,at the resto- my
hand
lacerated
t ground, and Silver Bar was Ben Fryr'ipo01a1 on temples, waiting waiting > the Holy Ghost is ready, and the church is'
supper. was a wet day with a gale ol ration of Charles II., and In 1661; tho ready and the angels of God are ready, and
: < reserve. Wonder it is that the banqueter did not
get
Almost before he had realized what wind. 'As ho neared the inlet he saw Maypole in the Strand was reared with and your glorified kindred are ready, are :you
': Near Bon's little house lived a Mrs. : weary say: "Shut the door, and let the ready? I give with the emphasis of my south|
I bad happened Mark was on the deck to his surprise and relief ono of the much ceremony and rejoicing. laggards stay out. No, he has been waiting. the question, ".\re you: ready If:yon do not
Godfrey and hor sot Mark, a boy of'li.Between How much he is in earntstl Shall I show get Into the king's feast it will be because yon
< of the schooner, answering the skip I 1I herman putting in with Den Fryer'sskiff Only once within the memory of von?' I gather up all the tears that flooded do not accept the earnest invitation. Arm
the latter and the clam peddler -
bis cheek In all the blood that
stretched out soaked with blood from elbowto
t : (there existed a tender friendship per's questions.By In tow. men living was the water above NIagara channeled his Iympa\h'b Ick and hand and finger tip lips quivering mortal anguish,'
k j this time the had looked tide of the night foot to purchase our I
fostered sun out The tremendous so blacked as to expose to view redemption. gather two eye beaming everlasting lose while he
t: by a long habit before had carried it quite unhurt up all the groans coming from midnight chill, says, "Come come, come, for all things arenow
from beneath a fissure in tho bank of
the which tho
: rocky ledge over waters and mountain hunger, and desert loneliness, "
"I Mark be
t wonder ready.
: now began
"., a : clouds In tho west sending forth one high up on the green slopes of the aro now pouring. It was about 40 and I put them into one bitter cry. I gather Old man, God ha. been waiting for thee
-With evident effort.I all the that shot from and
i np pangs cross
Would that tear of
long some repen-
< fiery gleam then had sunk beneath the light house piamontory. one winter day. The spike and spear into one groan. I take one I years.
years wrinkled
I I. "Well! what do wonder Ben? ago; peapie tance might trickle down thy cheek.
you I horizon. Since the boat was safe Mark could drop of sweat on his brow", and I put it under ', Has not Christ done enough in feeding the

J :"Yon see,, Mark," Ben observed, his adventure although living near by were awakened in the glass of the gospel and It enlarges to and clothing thee all these years to win from k
:NIght descended almost, on the Instant hardly regret the dead of night by the sifcnoe. All lakes of sorrow, to oceans of agony. That thee one word of gratitude Coma all thyonng.

'. 'j"somchow, : 1 trust yon. You cay for the whole face of the water his mother had boon terribly anxious. 1 t'hrist: to-day emaciated and worn and weary Christ is the fairest of the fair. Walt
next day large crowds to the and with in
< //what you mean, ,and you are pretty Globe. came j II comes h.rel heartbreak a pathos which everyword not till thy heart gets hard. Come, the farthest -
'[ by this time was covered with'milt. -[Boston falls to see the strange sight-the is a and every sentence a away: from Christ Drunkard Christ
tare to do what 'Tisn't 'sopith martyrdom, he says to yon, and ha lays to me,
My.
yon
can out the Are of that thirst Ha can restore -
,., The captain told Mark ho could not "Come for all pat
t rocks over which tho water had poured come, are now ready.
thin thy broken home. He can break that
everybody.. Some people hang A Lake with Petrifying Properties.
I' Abl there is one five letters that 1would
spare the time or the men to send him for centuries laid bare. In the late : shackle. Come now, today, and get his par
teut. more than they wash. A writer in Douahno's Magazine like to writer hot I have no sheet fair don and its strength. Libertine Christ knew
ashore but that would take him enough to 'on. and ,
they no pencil good
afternoon ice-dam
the broke and the
last He all the
: of this lake in Ireland .he"10a wen night knows
\\ Mark did not mar the force tolls of a strange enough to inscribe it. Give me a sheet from
to New London for which of thy lin. Come to him this day. H.
port they their story :
waters resumed rush.
the reoords and
used
heavenly some
i ,tribute I by any weak response. whose waters have the power of petrifying : pencil br: will wash away thy sin, and b* will
angel in describing a victory and then with thro"'l
were pressing all Ball and hoped to
around thee the robe of hi pardon. II ]
"Did It ever strike you" said Bon, any substance that may be pat baud struck with supernatural energy and
feet font with hell the horror
thy thy laughter -
reach before daylight. Auctioneering in Buenos Aires. with pencil dipped in everlasting I :
; "that when it comes Winter I fool into it. Of course it is understoodthat morning, of the street O Mary Magdalenl! Christ
f will writ it ont in capitals of love, J-E-8-U-8.
Mark could only accept tho situation. The auctioneer, martillero\ or rematador waits for the. t
la not the actual turning Jesuit It Is this One that is for <
t. the evenings are rather long? petrifaction waiting you
And the farther off farther off than
{ one II|
,1 He took with the is in the Argentine and for for
supper captain a great personage me, we are on the same platform
:..IJ- into stone but that have mentioned, a case not so hopeful any i iI
t My! mother sometimes says yoninust of a substance before Qod. How lone he waited for met !
aud his little daughter, a girl of and an indespensablo factorIn have mentioned, self-rightcons man,feeling
dissolved in How long be baa waited for you! Waiting as a
of stone
be Mark the material
replied.
lonely, thyself all right, having no need of
the banqueter waits for his delayed themelt.
of the guests
An
commerce
That} is kind 1)f her. That is what 12.She was a delicate pretty creature water is deposited in its cells where country. smoking, and the beakers brimming no need of pardon no need of Ce
self-righteous man! dost thou think In
:
auction is the
\ or remate beginning, and the minstrel with his finger on stiff string
t lt1 have expected of hor said and uttered not it hardens. A stone is made upon the rag thon canst enter the feast 'l'hont
with great! shy eyes, a I the end and the ready to strike at the first dash of the hoofs at
intermediary periodof not. God's servants' at the Rate would tear
model of tho substance petrified as s the gateway: Waiting as a mother waits for
: word. off robe and lean thee naked .
almost every transaction. In no a boy that ten years ago went off dragging her thy at the gat
"Wltat are you 'going to do abont Her father told Mark she had "been' casting is made by filling a mold. bleeding heart after him. Waiting. Oh canyon O self-righteous mini! the last to com*.
,
city in the world there anything to not Come to the feut Come, repeat of thy sin.
give me some intense
"111/U?" inquired Mark, eager that Ben very ill in the spring but thnt tbo long An English firm, a well-known cutlery be compared with tho romates of Buenos I enough, importunate enough comparison, nigh.* heaven Come, take Christ for thy portion. \

jhould come to tho point voyage in the Aurora with him bad house, heard of this lake and at [ deep .s bell, and vast as eternity Mot expecting Day of grace going away. Shadows on the
Ayres, and in no country boa sale that you can help me with such a comparisoo cliff reaching farther and farther, over tile
'"About your mother quite mado her over. once sent a.mau to examine it He I I sunjly tay he i* waiting as only: an plain. The banquet b a*already: begun. Christ
(: of hard wood by auction become tho universal iialieaal all sympatLetio L'hrst: knows how to wail\ fora lias entered into that banquet to which yon
"I moan about your eve, ngl. They were already 66 days out selected,several pieces institution that it is in tho Ar- I I I wandering souL are iuvltad. The guest are taking their

"O:i, just so," said Ben, pleased to from Galveston having been driven and having tied weights to them, gen'tlno. The :Do you know what it was that laved Martin place The servant the Ling has bis band
the
moment visitor
on the door of the banqueting-room, and he
Luther It was Slut
'find'an easy road to a full confession. from their course by cyclones as they plunged them Into tho lake and lands ho see immense advertisements shall live by faith." Do one yon know verse,what'Tbejusl it was' begin to swing it shut Now ia your time to

t "I: had: thought of-" Here he broke rounded tho cape. There had been marked their location by small buoys. that brought Augustine from his horrible dis- go: in. Now ia my: time to enter. I must go
1 ( roinato de tcrrouos, a fltio corner lot sioationn/ It wa that one verse, "Put ye on in. Yon must go in. He ia swinging th*
hearts at home the In two weeks ho returned and took door shnt. Now it is half shut. Now it isthreefourths
\ off.confused, "I'm80year. old, no anxious no doubt here so leagues there the the Lord Jeans Christ, and m..kello prov aIon ,
his two pieces which he found to be many ; for the flesh, to fulfill the lost thereof." shut Now, it is 'just ajar
said at little Do
remarked looking girl up
plaintively.f captain
t fourth: page of the huge blanket-sheet you know what it was that saved After awhile it will be forever shut j '

f ""What of that?" said Mark. who smiled back, but please God they partly petrified. Two weeks afterward is filled with advertisements Vicar*, the celebrated soldier It was the Hedlev one Why Wilt ye waste on trifling eares

used to tell would be safe and sound in New London the rest was taken up, and each newspapers passage "Relieve in the Lord Jesus Christ That life which God's compassion Ip..rea1
i "My mother me I ought -
of sales of land and houses; and thou Ihal' be saved." Do you know what While in the endless round of thoughtThe

"to got married,"''explained Ben. J'Bul tomorrow piece of hard wood was hard as flint, streets with JJuwai that brought Jonathan Edward to one thing needful forgot.PENNSYLVANIA .
the ale bung flags banners Chrfsi It
1 was the one ",)iow
'vrhil she lived I never thought much Mr. Bi-igg kept hU post generally petrified through. and scarlet cloths, with white him b*Glory: forever and eve-p&.ae." unto: -----

bout It. You see, a man need. to at the bows but occasionally walkedthe Then the firm made experimentswith One ThanksinviuB! morning; in church I
letters announcing grau remate of this read my: text, "0h.give thanks unto the Lord WOODS
I j get a fixed Idea In his mind. And soleog length of tho schooner, and finding the wood in the different stage) for t*is good," and.yonog maestood inthi -
and that along tho Pasco de Julio!
;
ta, as no girl seemed to hold out any Mark leaning agalnt the rail of petrifaction and discovered that the cheap-jack shops have their auc- road, and one said acceptable to himself offering: "I of have gratitude never Being Devastated by Forest

+ l, enticements r didn't like: to offer any stopped and flung him a word. unusually excellent razor hones could to God in all mv: Ufa. Here, Lord I am tbloe Fires--Oil Wells Burn.A .

i Induce incuts." "A black night Lucky I know bo manufactured from It. These tioneer rematadores perched upon the counter, and forever.wa brought" By Into that the ODe puuaga:: of and Scripture if I might h* message received Monday from
other there under the
are
kinfdlll1t
V "1 should think not," said Mark, every inch of the sound from Hell hones ate now a famous product of tOlmv own tell how on. Superintendent Strong, of the Oil City
r colonnade ready to sell leagues or.. BabbaOi afternoon I was brought to tbe peace Fuel Company at Oil City, Pa., from
with natural soorn. Gate to Point Judith," or again the firm, but the razorsharpeningworld land to the arrived of the oep.l by reading of the 8yro-Pho- Pine Grove township, says that thus far

{ +And," Ben opened, "1& is a "The Captain always says I have little knows that tho stone is, so of newly immigrants. ; dogs cixn's eat cry of to the Christ crumb, where that he fall said from: "Even the the, thirteen oil well,four gas well of the Fuel

widow," eyes like a cat and can see better in to speak wood .petrified in a few Cargoes imported merchandise _'I tab!.". Fbilowphla sermons never saved ma Supply Company and nine well of the

ships, land, houses, wool, the anybody: Metaphysical sermons NorthPennOtlCom pony have been burned.
crops never saved
the
weeks in of the Irish lakes.
< "You don't; mean to say you are the dark than in tho'licht"A largest products and fruits of the anybody.: An Mrnost plea going right out of The fire ii still buri1in;. Minor forest fire

going to get married, Den?" steam launch had kept along with In several ancient histories there is country, : the heart blesl of the Holy Ghost that ia repotted from various point* ia that
cattle, blood stock, furniture jewelry what saves, shills what bring people rots>>the
j rtual11 yes, Mark. She seems tocalculate tbe Aurora for some time in an irri. I reference made to the "hard woody kingdom of Christ section The fuel company is in receipt of

all'' stone which was taken from the bottom things new and things old, all pass I sappoM the world thought thai Thomas message from Elk and Clearfield counties]
been
on it. Marriage hasn't fating twice crowding on ,
way, under the hammer and the auctioneer' Chalmen praohd great sermons to biB early announcing: serious forest fires, which are
d ,a habit of mine, and perhaps it is one steam and passing them, then falling of Lougn Neagh for spear and arrowheads bat Thomas ChsJmers lay: n* never spreading.Ad'spatch: of Monday fromCou-

"I ,if the things a mAli ought to begin on baok. Once or twice it had approached by tbe early Irish. So that, takes his percentage varying from preached[a pulpit at all he until cams:yews oat of after his sick b* had occupied and- dersport. Pa, aaji;A train with two carloads -
room.
8 i
l 1.4 to per cent, and becomes rich- of men, at Moore's run was ditched
tW>a he Is young, but Mrs. Drownlay in a way which made Mr. Brigs use although Irlshme\ today are unaware weak and emaciated he stood and t rid the ,
u .!r and richer as his voice grows hoarser awry; of Christ to the people. And In the greet between two burning slddways Super
L Dotter late than never.- strong language Here it was again of the useful peculiarity of their "big and day of eternity it will be found that not so intendent Badger, of the Sionamahoning

', Den was, in fact, to' be married on altering Its course, and apparently lough," those of ten and fifteen cen- hoaraer.-Uarper'. Magazine. mach Christ the u the eloquent story sermons told perhsps brought. by thoM ma who to Valley railroad, was burned to death.

down turle ago knew; it well and utilized wen unknown oa earth She aloipf Five others were fatally burned and
following day bearing upon them ready to How to Brush the Hair story ol

_ I'%; Hark Instantly grasped his friend's try and cut them in two. it. In the museum of Trinity College "The proper way to brush the the of Saviour's the holy love Ghost and aaaicbt m.rer.scat to by the tn*hurt powr train many was dangerously burned, injured.the men The Mattered whole

rf 'weaning.' "What does the fellow mean?" Dublin, can be seen several of these hair," says well-known hair dresser, I lug.unu.He ftOry 4111 Ulloe.all the AyHe place.u I h.tail, yj morn.the and the full extent of the loss of life and

t "Bout"saMhe, forcibly and briefly, screamed Mr. Biiggs. "Port your spear and arrow-heads 'made centuries "is not to brush it lengthwise, but to Holy GhOllt II ready. you the earned number of injured has not been
I I Than Iro and
on tell
f'f*.vgo pn your woddiug journeyand helm. he cried to the man at the. ago. hold the ends of the hair, if it is long ready.: There an thos>> *you hare the who church. "9o 1s

tit| dig' the clams, aud peddle them till wheeL "Port I I&yl" Help VTanted. 'enough, and simply scrub the scalp ,:,i 1'011.one cares.. a for man my bowing soul.hi W*.heW do can la for raver U.. Fire in Pensacola. :

roll coins back. The launch skimmed past their bow Ambitious Youth-I see yon adver with the brush. This process promotes :, and:yon say "Tha*, man U induTarat. That

Tl l* Bottled all difficulties, for Mark it s'eemed the ': lOaD bon hi* head in prayer that the troth AFensacoIa dispatch Th-
& almost, as grazing dl8 lI.A& U:e for a pushing young man. I circulation of the blood and '., may KO ta every heart, the air I* fall of prav- says:

'w..u the WcrelsoC Silver Bar, hav- the same instant Mark heArd a would like the position. excites the oil gland to action. After e r*. They are goiof up this morning from most destructive fire which has occurred

\ lag many a time helped to load up tho sound which made him! turn with a the hair has been U" _bl,. Handr.Pl4ofpr.yM* straight in Pensacola for years, started in the
to the
Grocer 'All right. Here are forty thoroughly brushed UIroU oIa tt+taaingliod/ The au is green grocery and butcher shop of Geo.

boat with clams. sickening apprehension or fifty orders to deliver. You will in this way it should be then finished ao-iu fall; 01 from pcaprneraDdioc Folloo BOOB by Neely oa Pallor: street, Wednesday.

t nil \te.l on all the weak. Day by A sudden tosh struck his eyes which find thejmsh cut at the back door.v with few vigorous strokes length. day Bight by Friday street night prar.r all over meeting this,land Fn., The flames spread rapidly, and several

t'.ar, of course,the tldeJ grew later, seemed to came almost froni the (Good Mews. wise of the hair."-[Ladies' Homo gam* op from prayingpfany: Yea. tbrai* other stores were guttoJ. The total toes
Companion. aot allWlDY clay thw then I on buildings U about 'l ,OOai oa stock
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I bark), buckwheat loUioe, tubitcvw, Items ot interest'P.'o1.fJ..i' : She'Read It Beccher's Successor. Talk's cheap, but when its ,

; ALABAMA NEWS. cotton and ha,. Maps ire used to illustrate a.' icLCCK \ --- of th S
backed by a pledge < V
the yield i per acre being denoted by attends a wealthy San Francis Some Hartford girls, topping temporarily The Rev. Lyman Abbott, the successorof op ,

figures in the center of each state, and can. U'S' ago is eighty-two and he has at a country town, were annoyedby I Henry Ward Beecher, in Plymouth hard cash of a financially ,;rte

Happenings of Interest all Over the value being shown by the green just Cut his_ third sit of teeth. the delay In receiving their mail mat I Church, Brooklyn, it a thin, delicate, sponsible firm, or company J* :
shading of the maps. The first map is ter. One of them had a postal card mailed small-limbed man. Humor is not in his .
the y J
State. devoted to corn, and from this the aver LAST year there was spent in this from the former city) and it contained I line, and he rarely makes his congregation world-wide reputation for fair :i" :

age Yield of that cereal in Alabama durIng for country, for tea, the sum of and$30,000.000 for malt; these words; "I hope Mis*-(the post- I smile. Not long ago, however, he and honorable dealing, it } .."

The old soldiers met in Hayneville several the years from 1880 to U8J. both coffee $122,500,000; mistress) Tslll not take all the afternoonto I involuntarily made them titter. The business / "

( days ago and organized a confederate Inclusive, was shown to be 12.7 bushels and spirituous beverages, 900000000. read this postal card." The friends subject of his Pension was the obligation means {{ ."'.

veteran association. full complement per acre, the value of which was 57.GU A TRUER-TEAK corpse is carried were promptly at the postoffice, and the resting upon Christians to get oat of Now, there are scores of I 4
of officers were elected. cents. The lowest of the southern states around the country in a cine-lined case mail came ; but when at their shells and do something for the r
was South Carolina with D.. bushels by a Chicago: drummer, and shown to last the postmistress laid down this good of mankind. "What Is tW wonderful sarsaparillas and others bloocJ.t'f

The is Jenifer Iron company, of Anniston worth $0.10. The average for the entire undertakers as an evidence of the excel. postal, she said with a snap in her eye, body of e.rs. Htosa a f<..r Dr. purifiers, all cracked up to J bo; p

shipping iron to England, there to country was 24.1 bushels valued at $9.47. \ lent quality of the embalming fluid used "I hope when you write, you'll tell Abbott eiclainwd. 'Ixwte s* It. Look the best moat ,
be used in making chilled rolls. This is Alabama's yield of wheat was six bushelsto to preserve; it, of which ho is the agent. i Miss-she's an impudent hues;," at these muscles." Dr. Abbott stretched purest, '

the first iron ever shipped from Alabama the acre, valued at $0.00. Georgia's TEMPTATION for desperadoes exl.tsln out his thin arms. "Iook at this and wonderful 1, but bear1 ,.in. \I

to England. yield was exactly the same, but it was the fr cret hoards of wealth in India. An Stale pies in railroad restaurants have strength, this adaptability, this God mind ( for your own sake), \ ,\ .
Waterworks for Opelika are an absolute worth 41 cents more. The s'atA pro- Allahabad paper estimates that coin and long been disseminators of dispepsia. given vigor." Something in the expression i 'P
certainty. The contract between the 1 duced an avenge of 10.8 bushels of oats gems to the value of ttB OOooOOO are Recognizing thi -jact, a member of the of the faces of the members of the there's only one guaranteed !

city and the American Pipe company, of to the acre, worth $0 36, exceeding Georgia locked up in that country. In Amrltsar Missouri Legislature has introduced a congregation and a rustling like a faint I blood-purifier and remedy for1\ ,'j,

a Philadelphia, has been signed, and the by a bushel to the acre, and falling City alone there are hidden jewels worth measure compelling bakers to date their titter recalled the preacher to himself, torpid liver and all diseases' >
t waterworks are to bar Completed In twelve behind Mississippi two-tenths cf bushul.. $10,000,000. pies. and with a faint smile he passed to another '

months. In rye this yield was 5.5 bushels worth THE hatching of alligator's in an LAMM needing a tonic or.Milldrtawant who phase of his sermon. that come from bad blood. J': '
The Opelika.Ice is now man $0.28. The first state In rye average eggs building up should take Browne Iron .
company incubator :
is a new industry Florida. Hilton. It Is plwwant' to tak*. n",11 Malaria That -standing solitary'l ..
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Colorado with 17.1 bushels. Thnaverage Saved
Clothes. ; .
ufacturing l ice without trouble. The was The demand for the reptiles in excessof Indigestion BUIouRneM and Lhu Complaints, by Heavy l
machinery now operating all right, 'and per acre yield of barley in the natural and half of the makes the final rich and pure. and alone-sold on trial 151 't
supply,
all difficulties adjusted. It is being operated Alabama was 10.4 bushels. worth $11.33. little negroes in the villages are poking Ixrtta has the tlnrw 1M Her Presence of mind saved John Adams, Dr. Picrce's Golden Med. '! : .
by the Atlanta Machine works Georgia shows up with 14 bushels. The in the sandbanks all 'getting fnrfnnx U estimated at between $1,000,000 and of Tacoma from a frightful death. Hea ':
this season. first State (in barley ws Washington with for the artificial hatchers.day long $2,000,000._ ( employed in a smelting works in that ical Discovery. .i.1

The for the bank build. 29.1 bushels worth $16.34. There is no eggs A .who has city. The other day a misstep caused skin l ii j,:
contract new BOATON is the in tbe world man practiced medicine tor 40 If it don't do good in
ing to be erected the bank of showing of buckwheat in Alabama or only city years ought to know salt from suvar read him to fall into a pot of boiling metal, '
by Ope- any State south of North Carolina and which preserves an exact record of the what he MTKTOLBDO and in an instant he was Immertfed to his scalp and scrofulous _diseasesand ,
lika secured home
has been
by contrac O., January 10,1887.
tors. It will be erected on South Chambers Tennessee. Of potatoes Alabama pro ,proceedings of its common counciL ? -.... F. J. Cheney *. Co.Gentlemen: )t.hA..e armpits. As he fell he' clutched the rimt pulmonary consumption ''t i
duced 62.1 bushels to the acre, worth Every motion, argument and remark no been In the general praetlee of medicine >f the pot, and was thus enabled to -
four street months., and It is is to to be be built completed of Nash in $36.02. The'highest yield of potatoeswas matter bow unimportant, is stenograph- for practice most 40 and years experience,and would hare say never that In pea all my a quickly draw himself out. He then is only lung-scrofula-just lct.t',' :

in Montanawhere the average was cally taken down. The members are preparation that I could prescribe with a* plunged into an adjoining pot of cold its makers know and, '
ville brick with ,a granite front get your
'. pressed 107.4, worth $73.03. No tobacco is put therefore very careful in their utterances.A much CUre confidence, of success as I can Hall's Catarrh water. His hands were badly burned, \ .
and will be ono of the most handsomer I manufactured by you. Ilarepnx
back.
substantial bank in the down to Alabama's ,credit. The highest BRAHAWA hen on a farm In Cecil scribed It great many times and Its effect Is but otherwise he had hardly a scar on money "t }

r>w state. building : yield of tobacco is in Massachusetts, county, Maryland belonging to Wm. D. "hare wonderful yet to,and find would case of say catarrh In conclusion that It would that I him. The secret of his escape was that Talk's cheap, but to .back-'a \ '1 I
which fact will be surprising to many Summers, of Philadelphia, lately surprised Dot cure, U they would take according to di. be had on heavy wollen undcrwqto and .
A few days ago, at Decatur, Nathan E. readers. The average in that State was its owner. It laid a dark.brow. rections. outer clothing, and before it had burned poor medicine, or a common: .
Baldwin, of Cincinnati, 0., closed a con 1(8.5.4 pounds to the worth $304.23. which and three Tours truly, Adams in tho of cold it .
acre egg measures even -quarter I. L. Oonswn. M. D. through was pot one, by selling on .trfa.S t
tract with the Decatur Land, Improvement Cotton is what we are most interested in, inches its long diameter, and six Office,Z1S ummlt St. water. t
and Furnaco W. will give $100 for case ofcatarrh "Golden Medical Discovery /,.
Company establishinga and Alabama shows a smaller average and a half inches in its short diameter. any '
hammock factory in New Decatur to than any other State except Florida; the DRUKKEJTNESS is the failing of the ow-that..cannot Taken be Internally cured with Hall's Catarrh- The girls who attend tho college at is sold, would bankrupt ,the

begin opcritions by the lit day of June average being 140.1 pounds of lint to Hercules! beetle, a South American insect. -F.J. cainiT Co. Props.,Toledo, O.oldbyDrueiilsU.Vfic Columbia, Mo., think a fino should bo I fortune. '

next, to work 200 hands. This gentleman I the acre, worth $12.43. The other States It sometimes attains a growth of six inchesin I M. imposed when they accept the escort of largest

places at the disposal the land company average as follows: Florida, 100.4Vir; length. It Is said that it rasps the I PERfloicat/-Fim-To alt persons who are I gentlemen to whom they are not engaged Talk's cheap, but'only "D s..':
Information how to
\ will send free
i Mid \
in : e and have to fine -
a forfeiture of $500 cue they do ginia 158 0 North Carolina. 1807 agreed pay a "
bark
; ; ; from the slender branches of tho crow a luxuriant suit of hair no matter what is lanmIecd
not begin work the lit day of June with South Carolina, 157.8; Georgia, 143.0; ; mammm tree until too juice flows Thisit the cause or how long standing; no hum bug.For twcuty-flvo cents every time they do so. covery gr
testimonials write \
and rWksLOOAV ,
200 operatives. Tennessee, 189.2; Mississippi! 10i.4; drinks until it drops to the ground intoxicated particulars*. Co. Boa tat.Joint-ton,Kjr. --
The alliance convention for the Fifth Louisiana, (the highest) 232.7; Arkansas, \ : \
FITS floupwl free by n",. KLI".'. Onavf BRADFIELD'S FEMALE I REGULATOR' >
district held at 2 0.8 Texas 100.1. Alabama shows
congressional Tuskegee ; ,
; up IN Holland there is an original; way of NKHTF: RurronxR. No Kits after tint dlt,'. : .
several days ago, threw open the doors well in hay, the average yield being 1.21 collecting taxes. If tho taxpayer omitsto lite. Marrelnuecnrre. Treatise and 11 trial
and invited the public into the court tons to the sere, valued at $10.M. The promptly pay after notice has been sent lottle free. Dr. Kline. TO Arch HU-rhihh, Pa. '

house to hear a speech from Mr. Oliver, adjoining States, Florida excepted show to him, two soldiers possessed of good Portable Hay Proses $flO. Address for ell As AI TONIC
of Dadeville. Mr. Oliver spoke for more a slightly better yield. California and appetites aro sent to his home, to be there cular: C. II.Curl., Rlensl', Miss.Jfsffllrted '

than one hour in explanation of the Oregon aro the highest, being a tie at lodged and maintained at tho expense of with sore eyrsu.e Dr. Isivao Thomp.ton's For Females, nothing Mttr MA Z* found; and we advise all delicate or ,'

principles and future intentions of the I 1.80 tons. the delinquent, until ho rushes down to Kre-water.UrnindsU sell aUSo per bottle. debilitated women, whither suffering from any irregularity or not, to take ;

organization. Ho declared that the alliance tho_ tax-office_u__ __un and___ settles.., PcrrnnAM's IliJjS cure Slck-IIeiuUch. It.A Ever ingredient possesses superb tonic properties and exerts a wonderful. w
was' aa full of politics as an egg THE COTTON OIL INDUSTRY. toning up ana strcnfftiioning nor iramo. Its'eQbet Isi almost
JOHN ScnniusnER of Neb -------- -- - --
was of meat. That they were for the Emporia, magical, and soon it causes the blood to course healthily through her reins,
145 and his wife
alliance first and then for democracy. Gigantic Strides of the Business 404 weighs pound is, weighs old driving through the proper ellann l. all impurities of her system. Health
lie held up all men engaged in professions pounds.cho thirty-one years and strength always result from its continued use, -
and is still flesh. Her father
Since 1880. gaining
and trades as bciug opposed to the weighs over 5UO pounds, nud her mother "My wife has suffered for six :years from suppressed .menstruation Has beers'

farmer. Consequently those engaged in The Manufacturer' Record of last tips the beam at 410. She has a sister, treated by the best physicians without benefit. Two, bottles of BiUDriciD'H Fn- f
agricultural pursuits had a right to take week, publishes a list of every cotton olJ who 160 fUll: HEOULATOH relieved her, a thing I thought impossible. Her health much' ,

charge of the political interests of the seed oil mill in the South, giving the pounds twentyscven, and she years bas lour, brothers weighs whoso improved. I believe your remedy has no equal. W. A. SIMMONS, McNutt's, 8. 0.: !;.

country through the alliance. This name, location and capacity of each. combined weight is over 1,600; pounds. "Have suffered periodically for years-been treated by, the best phyalolaDlif;
shows that there aro now 104
of report
Work Tramps.At '
without rellefnADFIFLD'1I FKMAI.B KKO PLATO n did than all the '
me more good
ELEcrniciTT is in Berlin
11 o'clock last Monday night, C. H. mills with a capital of over $20,000,000, employed a "
other remedies. )[n8. ELIZA DAVIS Chirlottc N, 0.
,
cafe to boil coffee. A wire
Russell, cashier and chief clerk of the against forty mills with a capital of $.J- platinum '
Georgia Pacific railroad at Birmingham, 600,000 in 1880. Forty of these mills passes in spiral form through several "Ilavo used! BnAnriELD'a FEMALE: REGULATOR and can recommend,U to all my ,

was knocked on the head by burglarsand have estab'ishcd: fertilizer factories in (laps jais, the electrical current quickly friends Miss 0. 8. WIEMBTKH: Denver, Col." ??

dangerously wounded. Ho was cannoctton with their oil, using the cot raising tbe water contained to boiling Sold by all Druggists. Trice f 1.00 per bottle. liraddoUl Regulator Co., Atlanta,'a ..

working in his office, with the safe open. ton seed meal as a basis for manufacturing point, aud the coffee is thus prepared in .. __ ....-, I #f"l"! .-. '
when the robbers entered: lie was foundin fertilizers. Reviewing this industry, the view of any ono in the room. A

a few minutes by a watchman, lying The Manufactured Record says; "It was small electric railway conveys the.coffeeto M
there screaming, with papers and books but a few years ago when the tbo several tablet"so that the guest KING I ICOUGH 4T

around him and in the safe on fire. He cotton seed was an incumbrance may help themselves to their liking.
:
ON j: i
and when the farmers had to NJOYS
was dragged out, but could only say: ALL ,
"They knocked mo on the head and dump them wherever they had waste The Caroline Islands, I Both the od and results wben

killed me," when he became unconscious. place. It Is true that, to some little extent Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant CURES;

Tramps had been seen around the build. their value as a fertilizer was recognized It U a fact that the American missionaries and refreshing to the taste, and act DOCTORACKER'S 4. ,VMiVa

Ing during the night. The bad evidently and here and there a few were in the Caroline Islands are discriminated gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, ftI.' C!

set fire to the papers after the robbery.The used for that purpose; but they counted against by the Spanish authorities.In Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system 4iA$ Ni

building, fund of freight caught, and nothing in adding to the wealth of the 1833 the American Board of Foreign effectually, dispels colds, head
Missions sent out several missionaries to
was almost destroyed. south or to the p sperity of southern aches and fevers and cures habitual
christianize the islands of this section of
farmer. The increase in the mills has
Dab One Store.
the Pacific Ocean at that time unclaimedby constipation. Syrup of Figs is the ,
A Gadsden telegram says: Bherifl been greater in the size and quality than I
of its kind ENCLI8H
-
only
remedy ever
Chandler, Deputy Sheriff: Melton and I in number. Many of the oil mills that any foreign! State and but little produCed
of were badly constructed and fitted with known, except to hardy New England pleasing to the taste and acceptable
Chief of Police Franklin, Attalla returned I 1 I
antiquated have been abandoned .' whaling sailors, who had found in them to the stomach, prompt in
from Uockdale county, machinery ,
Conyers,
of for their its action and beneficial { its REMEDY
Ola., with John Bently, one of the escaped and business hat been concentrated a source supplies ships during truly 2
their long cruises in hunting whales from effects from the most
robbers of the band broken up at in newer and more thoroughly prepared only ,4'
Attalla several weeks sgo. Ho war cap equipped mills. The cotton oil trust has Cape Horn missionaries to the Arctic after Ocean. I I I I healthy and agreeable substances, its SOLD IN t

tnred at his aunt's, about ten miles southof pursued this policy and has ceased to These many struggles runny excellent qualities commend it \ Las BIISINOTHstuaaarqawatohSIt
Conyers. He made but little resistance operate a number of mills that it purc.'t..a..l. against the heathenism of the natives '. to all and have made it the most ENGLANDfor we Lave forced the pried of watches tfevraat ;.
of the Islands, at last gained afoot- tract to per nt-iaia result of this we armnklnir i
and was brought to Gadsden and popular remedy known. Immenw salr*
advanced I 1H L
hold and steadily until now < and Ia
It is said of ia for sale in boo The "btevtna: Watch"luxteneivelyknown
in
safely lodged jail. entire islands hereabout be I I Syrup Figs .." .. '
MOBBED BY ITALIANS.An the mar truly a. the best timekeeper In the markettintqualoU !
by others of the band that he was the said to be as thoroughly/ christianized:: and SI bottles by all leading druggist AMERICAtor for accuracy and durability, I'In4 r
ring leader of the robbers, and planned reliable druggist who I tint slog our Improved watch before yeachasing !
(not civilized) as of the countries inhabited Any
,
he also shot American and His Daughter any 25 cent a battle.IT J. P.6t.v.n.BUro.47 Whitehall B", j
and that
all the robberies; by the white race, writes a New may not have it on hand will pro.cure Ar snta. (ia. I4nd forealalogae.
Alderman Wilson, of Attalla. This Pelted With Stones.A York Times correspondent. The workof it promptly for any one who TASTES COOP,

leaves Jim Cross the only one of the cablegram: from Florence, Italy, the missionaries baa been almost won wishes to try it. Do not accept any -- ;

band not captured. says: William Jacques, an American derful. They hare built churches and substitute. E ELOthhedAD01T1ON 1 I ..
The Reward Paid. gentleman from Newton, Mass, was out schools, have reduced the native dialectto Every Farmejhis Roofer CG'W"
own
Tho account of the killing of John W. driving with his daughter Tuesday, when writing and instructed the children in CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Cd As

Penton, the noted A lubama.desperado, a mob of people pursued his carriage, books punted in the native tongue; Induced IAN niAHOISCO, C4L.LOUISVILLL. I CHEAPER than Shingles, Tin or Slate. .
at Milton Fla, bas been confirmed by attacked it, pelted it with stones, and the natives to live in villages and A7. NEW fOXK. ..r. deduces Tour IKSUUAKCK, and Perfectly .

officials at Montgomery. The battle with severely injured his daughter, who respect one another's rights and property; Fire, Water and Wind Proof. PJCTFTH
,Penton'a friends was a desperate one, and interfered in his behalf. have raised the standard of morality and aTtiS <

lasted fully ten minutes, in which nearly Another dispatch received Wednesday established the binding marriage ceremony 'AugustFlower' w. 4STEELRDOFING, PU E L or ANuALPAftTOrOIL '

200 shots were fired. From reports of from Boston, Moss, says: William and have educated the natives so CORRUGATED, f' .KINOCOs I << $1,ftB- '
officers engaged in the battle the theory Jacques of Newton, Mass,. who with that the rudimentary branches are well
JJiV.5.HlUcl:7348;: PAPERSwT
that renton was shot by his friends in his daughter: was assaulted by an Italian known by the mass of the people, and : f
.
their attack on the officers, is plausible,' mob in Florence, is an electrician of the the English language bas become almost tr.e eon Ou.drv wT['.11 .., .rllt.w. bare..rr..I..L.ntt Aseat .II'01.; 5V1V.Y. ,
as be had only one wound, a bullet entering American Bell Telephone Company and as much used as the native tongues. A'AIALO.aa S. MiOtat. .
tbe center of his back. He was well known in Boston and principal In return for all this the love of the t. t rrcf
being carried away from his friends between cities of this country. He sailed from natives for their missionary friends is Smith'sWorm ,tl

two officers, when he received the New York for England and the continent very great. They allow themselves to There is a gentle- Dor Hoofing U ready formed for the liulldlnr. Oil
wound, staggering falling the instanthe about a month since for pleasure be governed and directed by the missionaries Dyspepsia. man at Malden-on- Hid IWoang ran be applied t111 you by any. one. l.>o not buy

was struck. The officers have been and intended to be absent about five or without comment, looking: up to the-Hudson, N. Y., any live teIsiogaebides A WR 'JSSSK For Worms

paid the reward of $400 offered by the six months. lie.... accompanied by ,them as being always right and acknowledging named Captain A. G. Pareis, who 1Ttral.raEt1En11D ,

State of Alabama for the capture of Pen- his wife an 1 two children, both daugh the authority of missionaries has written us a letter in which it BAGGY KNEES Pant Stretcher IS A SAFE AND SURE REMEDY,
of the officers wounded in
ton. None above all others.
ten; one about eight and the other ten is evident that he has made his Adopted aadnW .t list Amb.r.ssodothwUoll.
the affray were seriously hurt. years old. Mr. Jacques very seldom expresses up br. ut.riossl s.d Less.: : "IIII-J-"I; Sold Everywhere. UO Oont
broken down from mind concerning some things and
Basle Steel. IdAITperrons are ovrr. e '3.Ok&EY r1k W.amfac.s$tts5
To Slaaefarlere opinion concerning --
any public work bou.boldeeru. Brown1 Iron Ii'"- AI. .
An essay to assure the e establishment of matters, and his friends are entirely at a ten rebuilds roe system aide dinratlon remove this is what he says: -- .u.talsatwwss .- !ill
basic steel works at excess of bll*. and cum m Urw. A "I have used preparationcalled WasEantrooa, Warrcnyo PiNSMh.wE!I =
Birmingham
the great loss! to understand how such a man could and children.Mar your SICK and Y MI> w.U. >** iMp". I :
splendid tonic for women (' ..
was taken a few days UO by tbe become the victim of a mob. He Is a August Flower in my family Ml. b 0.. 11/.1-81._. Buffalo.amp*. r."PI s .
directors of the Eljton Land Company highly cultured gentleman and was for I.a name, the origin of wbleb come for seven or eight years. It is con- tree. Dr.d, U.U YL U1 =.tto s t 11 garaea ':a.l.s,1m:' :
from the Romans In honor of lists l the Ilirgrratd.t'n.hlnriss. __
the'enter- W. T.
who subscribed $100,000 to merly a essor at Jobps Hopkins university 1 in house and considerit ,,. -- ---'o- t tp
pro mother of Mcrrurjr and araaoekyJ
)Ir. T. T. Hillman has made tbe .... eeek Ir... yea ore'rk sped yeeresn..r
pris A if the at Baltimore. the best remedy for Indigestion, 4U- $uuuaswu.d r...'" ,.....Mdth. y"aat..1ItA&IO&.rlwt..U..aplw
proposition to raise the money w.4Ysa..v.&a.tar..waA.

Tennessee Coal, Iroa and Railroad Com Nine Stories of Flame. Cood BloodIs I IndIgestion. and Constipation we CARRIAGES..dwtoLI.e=.w&nw 1Iaa .-No V..t..'. ............... Tw".,'111.
.
have used
pany would subscribe $300,000, and the ever_ or W. U. UK A Y.UO IJ Warty*L.u. IT.CJ: -II ---
Elyton Land Company 100000. Thru known. My wile is I V
A most disastrous fire visited Francis II.
associates to in a half troubled wit( and at CURES DIARRHOEA
he and were put Leggett & Co., wholesale grocers, at the absolutely Dyspepsia, ,
million more, making $800,000.capital unction[ of V.rcock, Franklin and West times suffers very much after eating.

with which to start tbe establishmentThe Broadway, New York, Sunday afternoon. Essential to The August Flower however relieves e DYSENTERY, .
of the Elton Land t
formal action Before the flames were gotten under con- the difficulty. My wife frequently e
'
Company closes the transaction, and on trot: $400,000 worth of damage was doneto says to me when I am going 1 CRAMPS. a'I''I
of this it is said a telegram I
,
the strength
stock and the .
the $30,000 to building.The Cood HealthYou totoWDVeareout .
Andrew Cam '
rcceivtd from
has been
stock insured f.. and Dost Thing
was r $500,000, Constipation of Flower Tho
Alabama will be tbe August
saying that
.v1e.
the insurance the building could
; note
on
of America U cot of ,. and I think had '
steel-making region f you
> nscertained. The fire broke out on have BOWELS
the world. Speaking of this great movement tbe top floor of the nine-story building, may better get another bottle.' I am also FOR THE _
Hon. J..hn T. Milner a pioneer in troubled with and whenever -
both Indigestion '
which was exclusively occupied by- Leggett by taking the ,
the Iron industry of Alabama, says: 1 : cive IT TO e
& Co 's immense establishment.ITALY'S I am, I take one or two teaspoonfuls -

consider event the in steel the history mill the of meat Birmingham important LATEST. best Blood Purifier. before eating;for a day or TEETHING CHILDREN,

two and all trouble is removed." 0
since we first made coke and produced ,
e
pit iron at Oxmoor. It will fauns Birmingham IT WILL SAVE THEIR LIVES. ,
a grand future for it will be A Circular Addressed to The Hood'sSarsaparilla KINC COTTON -

followed by othtr steel mills in time to Powers. DONT l.l Dar V....le t .r..re....'; .er. 1cud.
teII'eur Cotton JONES 7.. that e...lala. co!*. will deu
innumerable from Bay or
come, ana at once by AcaU'gram o( Friday Rome U WO.VTI'i A
smaller industries, This is the age <>f says: Tbe Italia says the Italian govern- Cotton Scale. weli.rer T___
tell, and Birmingham will become the .tnt is about to address a circular to the.Eorop 71.t/N BhIIEUY i a .. tN"4 A.wt te a. d
BUT BEST. I4Uef I I uH A. A. A able Is LwlAla.L .
,
great steel center of America. an powers tubmitUi g the eoo.I $ O5TO1 lemadtfr*. /'Isupt.t. .. .
JUeraje .f AlabaaM Crop. I duct of the Polled Statrf government Fauqa'sr! White Saphur! Springs Va. BnroaucT,

The Album of Agricultural Graphics i the New Orleans affair to their judgment. The-....... Faaqaiw Snip*v fnrlna ud,awu. / :. )I. Y.
issued from the United States department Italy will thus be the initiator of aq international .rar Warr. iKw.,a? Aaud. .aaoMa- lAow ,_ ; -
......... andWUlskSjEaMUeared
..... .
east arsdar __ ..
of agriculture, and showing values pet agreement to compel the 1.-'5.1. c_ _... &100. at bola s iu.> '-
United States to find to .,,11q", .u.a. Bu&.baipbrr.. JIaI.Iu. P I U ,., out painItooi, o'pecUeuUnerot IIU M OltitmoRt nlili te a smell purtlrie to spplleil. to tM
acre of crops of the United States pre means guaranteethe A pst eco row aac 8M u. O ra rGax.wupLLNr.ll.u. : e.grUs, !'r .f \OI.Ij"dnwd\ t..X aunt b|BinJL
seats good showing for Alabama. Tb protection of foreign sabject n ..4-.W lie geed sot Addt... ..Eo T 114UI.rU.iIo Wares ft. .
1 I
crop given are corn wheat, oeU, rye, J JIOZri = A.s-.4jA lucdi w1Ut.L+U Wsm





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II. 8 THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1891



The Down Hirer Mall. at variance and become notoriously discordant z GO NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
on account of animosities And i bJE 8 '

Another from Mr.Branch. jealousies most pious'existing member among It the has leadingand been : 7 gI-I ::3 t'1J ::i Iti ,

MiLBOCTSB, FLA., May 18, 1891. so with Melbourne, but we believe that a.E LIJ t:1t' :: =a nm ANDnscxL
recently harmony has! prevailed, and we ;:! 0
Coast ,Adroeate TXES
Bad :
shall not be c'8' 11o wuv ,
of
guilty twitting her pea t:1:: 0 !S PS srn
I have no ambition to figure in news ple with their past differences L- = -. for Gentlemen to Wear this
: Are the Thing Weather
paper controversy, but one or two points t't S > CD Proper

in your reply to my letter of the 11th Real Estate Transfers.The CD 0S i S < ?:
attention. You state
Boom to demand HAVE THEMAlso
WE
that your article to which I took exception 8 0lisg H 'ar 9 hrl ire O

did not aim to deprive Mel- following deeds have been filed rn .il vtTj frr -
bourne of her daily mall; but so far as I for record at the clerk's office from April : >

can nee that In about the only result that lilt to May 20th, 1801. When the consideration t ::: S a $ 11o H 58.H tI':2 Black Satin Suspenders
would follow the proposed change. Is given as one or five dollars, 0, e: i en 2 ?0 P"9H 1 ,
=
Shortening the route four mITes would It does not represent the actual value go" L'J '" =a a' t'4 sbj 0 ,
not bring the relief you are calling for. !but Is merely nominal. E. F. Comstock 1 c E; ap OJ 2:: hiJIt White Satin Lining, at One Dollar.
At the most the steamer does not con- and wife, to S. F. Gibbs, $1.00, lot At .t! :; :

sume over thirty minutes each way Melbourne; Charles Stewart and wife, ,C... u o y t. + The [Finest Thing Out.
between Melbourne and Eau Gallle. The to Edward Ingraham, $200 l two lots at tj:; !! /n cno OOOOOQ
nail is changed at Melbourne while the East Melbourne Charles Watson and a i Z c ft 2; 'tI-
steamer is taking on her dally 'supply of wife, $150, two iota at East Melbourne ; >> 0i' S: o
11'000110 that no time Is lost except the Samuel A. Porter and wife, to EdwardIngrabam 0 ,... ,yg o i i is"SSSs tI':2 CLOTHING OF' ALL KINDS. SHOES SPECIALTY

actual running time,plus a few moments, $1.00, ten lots at East Mel- : :c ? Z : ,
usually, for unloading freight. The bourne; C. P. Branch and wife, to Ed- i() 2:: :
-
turning about of .the steamer at Eau ward Ingraham, $000, seventeen acres at rn o Q QQ C't ... o V ... t-3 J. P. TURNER & COGroceries
Gallle would be of no special benefit to Melbourne Beach; C. F. Fischer and [ : JJ = 3E;
: ;
the place, except now and then a passenger wife, $ 46. sixteen lots at East Mel- () g en L'J .h S W IB SA
there bourne S. F. Gibbs and wife to Edward 3 0 1 :
might get caught over night. ; '" 3
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So thai no particular good would accrue Ingrabara, $1.00, seventy acres at East g "ca"0" PH 9 E i E. L. ::se:: D
::
the Steamboat Co. Melbourne Edward P. Branch and wife = ,
to anybody, except ; rnlj 8
to offset the loss to Melbourne. It is f2 .OO, one lot at Melbourne Beach; Er ;. p.Q 'en y ::L =

true, the editor of the ADVOCATE might Maggie Johnson, to Edward Ingraham, = oCD 'tI:: 4 &. Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.
get: another hour's sleep-and his nerr $1,455, forty acres at Melbourne Beach; = '"O ITI t'1J..C ,
one system evidently needs the relief Ernest Svedellus to May S. Lockwood, .. H Indian River to Stock of
: .. L'J ... I call the Attention of the People of my
that this would bring. But suppose the $120, six acres near Mlcco: L. D. Hancock n
Mcamor should leave Melbourne In the to trustees of M. E. oburch, lot for c M;) '"" '" Co Staple Ac Fancy Groceries, Fruit

morning, as it formerly did? This church purposes at Brantley C. I.. CD S III h-t Food Products
would bring it to Titusvlllo at noon, and I Stewart and wife, to J. T. Snell, $2.00, .en. I And
passengers would have no occasion' for forty-two acres north of Eau Gallic; M. fI Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of

disturbing the editorial nap. Albertson to Theodore Mismer, $1.00, Bran Cotton Seed Meal
In the controversy between the ADVOCATE two lots at Melbourne; Messrs. Wooter BREVARD COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President. Grain, Hay, ,

and Messrs. Beach and Nesbitt I and Ilardee to James Holmes, $500 ALBERT A.'TAYLOR, Secretary. Ground Food and Wheat.I .
have no part; but when the ADVOCATE twenty-two acres west of Cocoa; C. T. am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above line of
refers to Melbourne as a "notoriously McCarty and wife, to James Holmes, Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit!
discordant community," I desire to enter $2,014, south half of 103 acres north of( STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER Very truly ,
patronage.
The expression is Ankona Andrew Jackson and wife to your -_ _
an emphatic protest. ; 33. L. JbtJb*. A T> .
unmerited uncalled for, and unworthyof John II. Betts 11 acres at the Haulover;
the man who penned it. If the editorof George E. Chester to Snell Hendry, COCOA FLORIDA.Incorporated REAL ESTATE
he ADVOCATE will spend a few days II.000, tract of land In the Narrows. GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
'in Melbourne he will find that so far as W. N. Camp to S. F. Gibbs, $1.00, two 1880.CAPITAL Attorney-at-Law.
morals and peaceableness are concernedwe lots at Melbourne; Aaron Cleveland and Attorney-at-Law.
will bear comparison with our neigh wife, to Messrs. Holmes and Taylor, EXCHANGE Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.
bors. He will find two or three church $3,000 sixty acres at Merritts; R. A.Conkling : ,
in church and wife to L. Paid Up, $25,000.
organizations uniting one Joseph Conk-
building, and listening to a minister of ling, twenty acres on Turkey Creek; A. Authorized, $100,000. COCOA Indian River FLA Robbins & Graham
one denomination, on one Sabbath, and J. Carter to Oran O. Carter, $1.00 five ,
another 'on the next. lie will find a acres near Turnbull; R. A. Ward to C.
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
Union Sunday school with every white E. Dakln seven acres at Malabar; Indian
child in the place between five and River Land and Improvement Company Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE

eighteen years of age enrolled In its to Messrs. Carroll, Pickell and Scribner, i DIRECTORS Exchanged. ,
membership. He will find no saloons; $30,000, five hundred acres at IIardee- :
G. S. HARDEE President.
nobody the worse for liquor; no brawls; ville and west of Itockledgo; Thomas E. ,
but he will find orderly intelligent Hardee to Messrs. Carroll Pickell and JAMES HOLMES, Vicepresident.R. Irr' All Inquiries will be promptlyand
an ,
community, endeavoring to attend to its Scribner, $10,000, eighty-five acres partly B. HOLMES, Cashier. reliably answered. Fire Insurance We have For Sale a Large List of Carefully Selected I Indian
ALBERT A. TAYLOR J. M. SANDERS written in standard at lowest
companies
own affairs, and so busy that they haveno Improved land at Ilardeeville; George .
time or disposition to meddle with II. Fernald. and wife to Giles English! J. F. WOOTEN. rates. Rifer Properties.
those of neighboring towns. We have $125, lot at cocoa; Ti. L. Paine to E. u. .

built up a trade much larger than that Summerlin, $50.00,ten acres at St. Lucle; Agents for Sale df Lands of the Florida Coast line
of any place on the river, except Titus- I. R. L. and Improv. Co. to R. LeVes-
vile and Cocoa. And we propose to conte, $500, lot at Hardeevllle; T. E. The Clyde Steamship Co. Canal and Transportation Co.
keep it, and keep our daily mail also. Hardeo to It. LeVesoonte, S7.600belght1
Will our friends please make a note of it. acres near Ilardeeville; C1iIPiL I..A.1VDS.Florida .
E.P. BRANCH. and wife, to Launle Bowman, $47.50 lot ,
Southern Railway Jacksonville Tampa West Railway Company
In Tltusville; Edward Ingraham to E. Key

We reiterate that our columns are devoted Thurston, $1.00,lot at Melbourne Beach; Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment- Co.,

to the Interests of the entire river. Edward Ingraham to E. Thurston,$1.00, and other Low Priced Lands.!
The population of any one or two towns thirty acres at East Melbourne; John
Money: to Lora ..4.J"vays'> DECaxicl.-
la the county Is insufficient to support a Houston and wife, to W. II.:H. Gleason

respectable newspaper. When we were $1.00 seven acres north of Eau Gallle; Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.-
about to launch the ADVOCATE last Sarah W. Knapp to Francis S. Ulgglns,
August several well-meaning friends ask $75.00, part of lot at Eau Gallle; Chas. Address, p. o. box 108, Titusville, Fla.*
'ed us if we were not mistaken In supposIng T. McCrory and wife, to John M. Mo- ,
that a town of the size of Tltusville Crory, $ .OO, fifty acres near South Lake;
could support two papers, and we replied E. C. Brown to D. K. McCrory, $500, ]EDWARD: STILIN"G.Cocoa .
that we did not expect to rely upon our twenty acres west of Tltusville; D. M. .
own town for support,, and would be. Seward to William Salisbury, thirty-five! Indian River Florida '
well satisfied if we got one-fourth of our acres at Merritt; William Salisbury to ,

patronage from Tltusville. The Indiana J. M. Brown and Josiah Jacomb, one New York: Charleston and Florida Lines. DealerIn'PAINTS
third interest each In same; Isaac E. ,
IIIver State Bank Is located at this point, HARDWARE
TINWARE AGATEWARE
but It Is safe,to say that Its own town Brown to'J. J. Flannery, $2,250, twenty- STOVES, ,

does not furnish more than twentyfiveper seven acres at the Haulover. The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed PLUMBERS".&; MILL SUPPLIES OILS GLASS 4 PUTTY TABLEd
cent of Its bll lnCAII. It is just the M. T. Jones to William T. Cosgrove, ; ,
Mine with our law firms and principal $500, 5 acres near Mime; Racey Bro's to to sail as follows : POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
merchants, and applies with equal force Otto F.'Rlebel $750. ten acres at Wave- (ITANDABD TIKI.:) A; WIRE CLOTH.
to our newspaper land; Frank Forster to Peter Koller, From New York From Jacksonville.
We are satisfied that as we proceed In $50 5 acres near Mloco; E. P. Branchand (Pier 29,E.It.) STEAMER Florida. 3DOOX1.S, S SUEC, LXN"DS, Bog,
time will demonstrate satisfactorily wife, to Maggie Johnson, $500, partof Monday, Apr.27th,at 3 P. ..,...".SEailNOLE" ......fiunday, May 3d, at 12,00 noon
our career Lime & Cement
......' ......... Shingles & Lath.
that lot at Melbourne:Daniel :J. LaRocheto Wednesday, Apr.20th,at 3 P. IKOCJUOIS1 Tuesday May 6th, at 2.00 P. MTtb .
our power to we develope can and will and do promote all In George Chester $1,000, CO acres in the Friday.Monday. May May lit 4th,at at 3 3 P.P.x."ALONQUIN".Thursday.......CHEROKEE.Sunday. May May loth,, at at 4.00 1180.A.... M M.. Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Game I

settlement on the river Impartially Narrows; William M. Merwin to Emily Wednesday, May Sth,at 3 P. ...,,"..YEKAR8EE/.TuOlda', May 12th, at S.OO A. ii. Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
every W. Higgins, $350, lot on Barton Ave. Friday May 8th, at. P. ...... 8KM1NOLK1 ..........TbursUajr,, May 14th, at 8JO .. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
and give each point prominence as Its Monday, May llth at 8 p. ......"IROOUOI8".........Sunday, May 17th at 11 JO ... JI' Cream Freezers Lime
importance may warrant. Actions speak Rockledge; Daniel B. Grubb to William Wednesday May 13th,at S P. .......AW NQU yt..Tue.day, May lath; at J.OO... yFriday. r Brick Cement and
louder than promises; and we are satis- H. PowelL $2,400, 100 acres near Mel- May 15th,at 3 r. ........CHEROKE.\ ........Thursday May 21st, at 130 p. y. Chimney Pipe; Flags & Bunting;
fled bourne; Edward In grab am and wife, to Monday. May 18th at 8 P. ....."YEMA8HKK/' .....Sunday May 24th' at ,.30.... M. Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc.
to be record
judged by our we Wednesday, May 2Oth,at 8 P. "BKMINOLX.* .......Tuesday, May 2Uth at 6.00 A. M
make It.Our Margaret and Clyde Fee, $1. lot at Mel- Friday Mayttd at. P. K."IROt1UO1Si', .Thursday, May 28th, at S.OO.... JI'. Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondence I
agitation of the mall question bourne Beach Helen B. Barnes and husband Monday. May2ith.at 3 P. M..ALIiONQU1N".Sunday, May Slat, at 11.00... M. solicited and estimates furnished pri ptly. .
James M. Paine $10,500 7 at Wednesday, May 27th,at 3 P.riday. M. "CHERO EE'.Tu June 2d. at 1.00 p. M
for the acres
not of
vas purpose promoting )' nay 29th,at 3 P. M."YEMASSEEh..Thursiay, June 4tlt, at 2-W p. M.'
the prosperity 0 at the expense ; Rockledge; Benjamin Young to Franz ..
of Melbourne. We believed that .S. Thomas, $100, lot In North Tltusville; .N.
out of the discussion tome good would Geo. M. Robblns and wife to E. C. Da- J. S. Watson
come some Improvement of general kin $100, lot In Tltusville; R. C. Minis St. Johns River Line. i Co |

benefit would be made. A dally mall to ..to t1.: C. Mimi, $1. half Interest In 74 ,
Jupiter would be the most satisfactory acres at Coquina and 80 acres near Turn- For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on
solution. The changing of the schedule bull; C. T. MoCarty and wife, to Jona-
ao that the steamer would leave Mel- than Klapp, $240, 80 acres on Ten Mile the St. JohnsRlver. Commission
bourne early In the morning, would be a creek; Wm. N. Camp and wife to Elite-
irwin The elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamers
great Improvement, and a convenienceto beth $250, lot one of block ten;
local passengers. It would arrive in A. B. Dennlss and wife, to Annie K. "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE," AND

Tltusville about noon, and by allowing Hogg, $322 64 acres on St. Lucie river; Capt. 'V.A. SHAW
people who have business to transact, Uuldah ii:. Granules to Horace M. Gran- ,
FORWARDING
nay two hours during the business part nlss $3. two lots In Tltusville; Iluldah "FE..ED'K DE EARY, MERCHANTS[ !

of the day, they could return to their E. Granules to Horace M. Grannlss 42 Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr.,
homes the same evening. As It Is at Iota and fourth Interest In 78 acre tract Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville dally except Saturday at JJO p. m., and from Sanford,
present those who arrive here on Friday In Tltusville. dally except Sunday at&.a.m. Dealers in
night and have a half hour's business to C. F. Comstock and wife, to Emma SOUTHBOUND. SCHEDULE NORTHBOUND. Fertilizers
transact, are compelled to remain over McFarland $ .oo, two lots Melbourne; Bead Down. Bead Up. ,

until Monday morning at conalderableexpeue. A. J. Carter and wife, to Zura Coleman I Laere 3JO p. M......Jacksonville........Arrive 11.43 p. w P. Hendort
5.00, thirty acres near Turnbull; Frank .. 8.00 P. if......Falatka.Leare IMP. .' on 5c Co's CJ-ardenSeeds, ]
A change as suggested wouldbe II. Warner and wife, to E. A. Hartwell I '1 1JOA.M............................ Astor ........................... 2JX p. M'
objected to by our hotel keepers; but II ... M..............................StFrancis......... II 12.43 P. M*
the greatest good to the greatest number, $150. twent -aix acres on St.. Lucle I II 1.,0.... M.. ...... 11.43... M'j : Orange &
cs our maxim, and If the people can be river; buoy A. Mackenzie ana nU.DaIlall II A. M............................tuuenpnnn- ........................... 11.00 A. M'Arri..s.00 Boxes, (Crates paper.
i to N. A. M. Sanford............................, II &.00 A. M*
saved Inconvenience the effect on acouple J. Thompson SI, OO. house and w '.15 ... M.............................Enterprise............................ 9 JO ... .)
lot In Tltusville James 8.Bell to B. F.
;
hotels be considered.
of cannot
As to the phrase against which Mr. Shleppy, $1.00, small tract at St. Lucie; General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.: CEMENT PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOB OCALA LIMB:
Alex. Bell and wife to Frank B. Everett r.M. : Y7oddaFuanerAgentpWOOLBayStJackageyWe,11..
Branch enters his protest which we J.O. JRONJIOWOJlmr. ,on wharf,foot Hogan Street,Jacksonville,Fla Agents for the C. P.'T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
used In reference to Melbourne being a $1.00 six acres at St. Lucie; Benjamin cia Freight Agent,foot tiara Street,Jacksonville.Fls.
"notoriously discordant community" F. Shleppy to Frank B. Everett, $1.00. J.A.LESLIE: :,Superintendent,foot Laura BtreeL Jacksonville,FlaTMEO.0. Will Furnish Cars Whe Deelred. and see that they are aVOADKH.ICKD.BlU1KD.
140 acres near St. Lucle: Alex. Bell and .KOEK.Traffic Manager Bowling Green, New York. properly
had la mind the
true of the
we meaning sad I
Everett AKdUALl.H.CLXUK.AasL.Traffic Manager 6 Bowling Green,New York. TRACED to Dsst aaUa..
word discordant when used It wife to Frank B. $1.00, twenty
we (beingat
variance, not In harmony. We had acres near St. Lucie; Stephen D. Geiger WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l) Agents., We will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables, Furs and Skins In fact<

no thoughts of noisy brawls,drukenness, to William G. Patterson 1} acres at i II 8.otk Wham*.FfctUtelrkla. 8 Bowline 0......New York we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us.
etc. as Mr. B. would Interpret our words Merritt Sarah O'Wade and husband, to. solicited
We had In mind the notorious "varianceand Mary ill! Thomas, $150, lot at Rockledge;I Correspondence on any wants you may have.

lack of harmony" which has prevailed W. H. Lannlng to J. T. Huntington $23 :INC: : SAN RIVER: : :eO :L. Respectfully J. S. WATSON & C0|
among the citizens of Melbourne one acre near Aurantla; I. R. Land andImprov. -
Aver since we have until Co. to T. S. Drake, $200, ten TITUSVILLE
recently; a condition which made acres near Sebastian; I. R. Land and L T. a nA.TON,
the life of Its founder and one of Its Co. to James W. Todd, $300, 13 acres Indian River
principal merchants almost a burden near Sebastian; Alex. Bell and wife, to s DISTILLER.

tIO much so, that he has boon making Edward G Schilder, $223, seven acres at. Fla.
every effort to dispose of 'his property St. Lucle; David R.; Johnson and wife PURE a
for ayear past, and leave for more congenial to Fred Fisher, $30 lot at Cocoa Beach -

quarters. We had in mind also a association. I L M. MABBETTE SCUrvr'ASH: VV .SJ3.Y.:
,
youmg newspaper man who spent four of Our space will not permit giving anymore
the best years of his life In this discordant transfers In this issue. The aboveonly PBOFB. Distillery & Warehouse :
LYNCHBURG TENN.
community: and whose spirit was comprise about one halt of the -
finally crushed when half a dozen of deeds filed since April 1st We shall

lib fellow townsmen made a deliberateand complete the list next week. 4 ) Open All The Year. T. J. Eaton & Co., Agents, Titusville, Fla.
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voluntary If not eager attempt to4dut
his repu Uoa. Melbourne Is not -The many ends Mr. G. W. -
a turbulent or Immoral community; no Bentley, formerly general manager of II SVi Only a few minute
settlement on the river Is composed of a the J., T. & K. W. R',. Co., will be gladto walk from Raflwsy depot
more respectable or law-abiding class of learn that hs has been elected president and Steamboat landings ADVERTISE in this
cltiseus;but discord (lack of harmony) of the International Railway and Paper
u frequently found even la church socie Supply Company an Immense New York On the banks of the
ties;too often whole congregations are I corporation. far-famed Indian BiTcr.
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