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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 29, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Range of Temperature" '-Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's. -Mr. C. E. Chaffce, of Ankona, has '-Gov. Gleaion, of Eau Gallic, has I honored and loved more than ever for> ", ,

la Tltairlile Five Cents per copy. been spending a few days in town. been' spending a couple of days In town the calumny ho lias withstood and for ,' '
I VICTORY !11! the fight from which\ he lifts emerged a
-Mr. H. E. Cleveland of Boston :New invoice men's neckwear best Mr. Tlm II. Sanders of .
For the week, ending last night, May was s. Courtney, hero and victor. '
In and to bo found in the started off His record has been vindicated. It; I
|21, 1801, as compared with that of the town Tuesday. cheapest city Tuesday morning, on a trip ;

[ corresponding week In 1800. Recordedat -Mr. G. C. Matthams, of Chicago, Gardner & Son. 10*1"Victor" to. Georgia! of hall Florida been demonstrated have warm that place the In people their **i 1

< the.11. S. Signal office, Titusville. was in town Tuesday unlaundered Utica Mills : A full lino of flower pots, all sizes, Just hearts for WII.K CAM., and proven thttt .

';f.1890. MAT. 1801.Day' -Mr. F. C. Allen, Georglana's proml- muslin shirts at 73cts: good value at $1.on : pany's opened store.at Indian River Lumber Com-10* the masses of are not entirely lacking In aQscnso )

Max. MIn. Max. _Min. font store-keeper, w&llin town Monday.For sale Saturday (tomorrow). Gardner -Mall Agent J. P. Bennet, wife and His fifty gratitude or more faithful follower ," s;
23 80 73 78 70 & Son. 101 faltered their hiss
Like
never fight
sale, a two or three horse
power children retained from Jacksonville
23 79 60 ,
79 70 *
whom they Idolized they were Incorrupt; t t
24 80 72 79 71 kerosene engine and boiler, suitable for a -The regular quarterly meeting of the Monday evening, and started down tho able nnpitrchasablo. ; unmoved by ,urn *1

. 25; 83
.20 82 70 81 09 ner, boat-builder, Cocoa, Fla. 13StMrs. : held at Melbourne on Thursday, them.
27 85 72 00 70 .June 4th, at one-p.m. M. S. Sams, sect' -Mr. Ed. Miller came up from Jupiteron Tho people are on top and their frlonil ;j
28 77 71 84 09}I C. II. Bent arrived here from Sunday, and won around town shaking Is with them.

Bartow on Saturday, and after tak- -Mr. A. S. Lee, of Rockledge, camo hands with his old acquaintances. In the first Issue of this paper in '

: tab A trip down the river, returned homeon up in Mr. Jerome's naphtha bunch, He left for Jacksonville on Monday caking of tho vile Attempt to consign r

LOCAL NEWS.Mr. Wednesday's train. elphino, on Sunday evening, and left, morning and returned to Jupiter to- Senator Call to Ignominy. we said that
-- 'wo did not 1 hollevo tho people of Flort-
-Dame Rumor In last week's ADvoCATE next morning, fqr Jacksonville. lIe returned day. He '\\1111100n pay hU parents a visit tin would bel party to any such proceed-

said Call would be elected. Our home to-day. at Atlanta, and Mrs. Ons Miller will accompany 1111%." We judged them aright, and now
C. C, Converse, of Ilartland,
that the contest Is there few '
Wilson of Eau Gallie over are
-Mr. W. was him.Professor.
not far out
prognostications were as a '
w&llin town Tuesday. the outside *. ,
even among opposition- 0
perusal of another column will prove. visitor to town Monday evening, on and Mrs. W. II. Peck mid Hoar how they bawlIt few who wM
a disappointed aspirants-
-lIIr. S. B. of Courtney has la going to fall,
| ? Symmes, Persons wanting town,lots grubbedor its way to Satsuma, where ho may remain Miss Daisy Peck, of Cocoa, came up on That column of Call, not feel satUllod and contented the
been spending a couple of days in town. for short time.C3T" to Jack. result. If It hud lieen otherwise,
brushed, would do well to write toII. Monday's steamer, on their way So straight and so tall; manya
-Mr. S. P. Hart, representing a large of the Duval wall fair-minded man In the anti-Call rank
firm
M. Swanson, Titusville, who takes By subscribing $1.50 per annum sonville to take charge But Its as a would have had an conscience
wholesale clothing house In Philadelphia, contractIon the cheapest possible for the ADVOCATE, It will only cost you Hotel, recently purchased by the Pro- In spite of them something all did fall for months to come and uneasy felt mean and '

Is doing business In town for his firm. eras. lfllt Three Cents Per Week, Ponlayf Included, fessor's son. They expect to remain In It And was though not-"WIlk Call" guilty; as ho remembered\ tho many favors -

-Wednesday was the hottest day this o any part of the United States.A Jacksonville all the summer, except Miss and kindnesses he has received -The Episcopal Sunday School "child the hands of a friend ho had helpe
,week the Signal Service thermometer Daisy who she north on a
says may go
letter from Jacksonville informs CaDIs
ren are anticipating a plcnlo above Sand to crush. Tho election of Senator
registering 90 degrees in the shade. Point on Thursday next. Weather permitting us that the burnt portion of the town visit. a victory for the people of honest
wanted to clear land on Illertlt's to -The attention'of our renders Is drawn worth, merit and faithful devoting
-Help the children will have a pleasant will be re-built in 00 days, according
Island. of Charles Prevost to the advt. of the well-known and reliable against moneyed corporations, their promoters
Inquire contract.
:
104Dr. utlng.Mrs. firm of John F. Lonaghan, whole- followers,. hireling* and lobby
Brantley, Fla. I F. M. Ironmonger, of Jacksonville -Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Branch, of Melbourne sts.Senator
tobacco
sale and dealer In flour,
grocer Call line reaped the reward .01
B. L. Wills called to MimI
was who has been spending a day or so came up to town on Monday
and fancy butter, Sanford. This firm faithful service HU record has bom 4
on Wednesday to reduce a luxation, of with her mother and father-Mr. andMrs evening's steamer, and boarded the train has the only cold 1 storage In South through the fire. Honest worth eDd

the bolder of Mrs. Wakefleld. [ : S. M. Lorimler-returned home on for Jacksonville next morning. Mrs. Florida. Anyone requiring anything In i simple merrlt have prevailed against aa

-Mr. F. P. Hassler, of Averill, has Monday.For. Branch was on her way north. Mr. Lennghan's line, would do well to almost May the Invlnclable victor live opposition.long to enjoy Ink

been spending a couple of days in town. sale, lands on Indian and St. Mower for sale-one-horse "Buck- write him for prires. Sue ad. on fourth boners and realize that-"True heart

He returned home Tuesday. ucle riven) All choice.; selections, for eye," almost new; In perfect order. are more than coronets" and simple faith

at Will sell low, as I have two, and need page.On afternoon Mr. W. M. than Normon blood.
loan bananas.
Twenty ThOtla1ltllJoUarll to pineapples, lemons, ,truck and .. Tuesday c Owing to the election of Senator CaU
10 per cent it taken quick; in sums to On terms to suit.; Address, Frank only one. P. J. Nevins, Mcrrltt, Fla. 15* Brown was busily engaged burning refuse several articles which were In typo whoa

suit. Bobbins & Graham. 13tfMrs. Forster, prchld, Fla. 14* Senator G. S. Hardee was in town 'on his place. Having completedthe the news came to hand treat the event
attend to task commenced to rake the u a future contingency. Our force !>.*
his to he
A. R. Hogg;of Waveland; and -Miss Sue Buckner's class in art Is Monday evening, on way up ing short this week, and economy beinga
of St. Lucie '\ and she tells us his senatorial duties at Tallahassee. The .rubbish; and upon looking It over be this establishment
Mrs. X; C. B. Tyndall, ,came progress ng quite,nicely, necoslty caar
Senator has been quite Ill, but he informed discovered the remains of a gold watch, and
them
up to town .sunday, on their way to she is prepared to take a few more pu- not afford to throw away t>re-
Tallahassee.R. pils. Miss Buckner's room at present Isat us he was now much better. Ill- which upou examination appeared to be b h h ont them for what they are worth. d
hometo felt his Cast Rogers siiyrf the election of Call
nose was the cause of his returning similar to his own. He pocketto
that selling a Dr. Wills' residence, on Washingtonavenue. will disrupt the democratic party This
U. aware we at are 20cts worth Rockledge so suddenly.Our see if his watch was there, and It took The Man That Stayed There II the man of whom It Inn been said "to
special lot hosiery (mens) able and popular dentist, Dr. note moment to prove the fact that he I hall never been beaten." Perhaps the
25cts; and at 22cta worth SOcts. Gard- -Judge A. E. Heyser?of Lake Worth, with work Ills his beautiful gold. of Alllanoodom expect to start
odson, is over-run engagements had cremated own and Came In On The Emperor
ner& son 101 returned here, from his northern trip, are made lot several weeks watch, which had slipped unknowinglyfrom a party of his own J but "b. never win be

-Miss Belle Carter, who relinquishes Monday evening to a,number and was of saying his acquain"Howoyoudo" head-people coming all the way from his pocket into the fire during the Home .Stretch. was missed.going" to This down la Call.tho Individual It was to bo who*

her position at Mr. Rumph's this week, Jacksonville ,lor his service. People excitement of firing up and burning the 'Greek meet Greek" contest Perhaps
anticipates taking a trip to Key West tances. He left for Lake Worth next living In town have to give way frequently rubbish. We understand Mr. Brown all former contestant of the Alllann

ere leaving for New Jersey. day. for those coming from a distance. has placed the remains of the case In the HURRAH FOR TJfE TIMESJfatetftorne helftaln were with political Invalid, r

-Notice. Parties wishing board during -Conductor W E. Bailey is now run- -Messrs. Wm. Sbleppey, C.:E. Davis hand of that talented electrician, Mr. UNION wrecks against,something or weak-kneed solid men.this He time ran, mod tip ,

same at ning between Sanford and Titusville In J. E. Ender who will use his skill In Sullivan hoc ..
the summer season, con get and Harry Smith started, Tuesday the John L. antagonist **
Fla. the place of Conductor Dearborn, who it back to Its former self countered has knocked him out forevee.
the Indian River Hotel, Titusville, night, on board the sloop R. A. Hardee, trying to bring .
on and after the 15th of May, at reduced has taken the place of Conductor Hill, for Cocoanut Grove, Elliotts Key and If possible. As a banker Mr. Brown Is Hat MiJo a Noble NEWS FltOM TALLAHASSEE'

rates. Apply to I. M. Mabbette. 13* between Palatka and Jacksonville, Conductor Key Largo, from which places they will an undoubted success;but when he at- and Won th* Victory. TAI.r.AIIAItUlCr Fr.A., May 27, 1801. ? 1
Hill being on the sick list tempts grubbing and burning up gold Fight, The tiresome deadlock I U, broken at
Messrs. J. S. Watson & Co. are now bring pineapples and slips. Mr. Davis t
getting in readiness to handle the pine- -The people of Eau Gallie, Gov. will stop off at Cocoanut Grove to prospoet watches and refuse in the same pile, 1 osl.i and yUtot'tho lone ntl-Call Republican Democratic\ member Nuniatom -

apples, and will soon have refrigerator Gleason informs us, have prepared a for land, and the R. A. Hardee will then we think he has missed his calling, HE: IS WORTHY TO WEAK THE: MAKTLB Of lied from the Slate yesterday morning

can In Titusville to ship them to northern petition praying for an extention of the take him aboard on her return from the and should stick to the banking business. CHARLES H. J03KS.. : and have been located at 'Iliomanvlllq

markets Mr. Watson will, probably ally[ mail service to Hypoluxo; but that Keys -The Indian River Guards met on Georgia. The Senatorial caucus by a
vote of 40 to 47, adjourned tint due an
go north to attend to them. even this petition Melbournltes.is meeting with opposition -Stop at the TltusvlHe Meat Market, Tuesday evening for the purpose of get- POOR COLONEL MERRILL, OF TilE Monday night, and the anti-Call Senator

-Mr. Joseph Paxton, of Rockledge, from on Washington Avenue, when you come ting an insight Into a few of the military "STANDARD." decided to leave Tallahassee at daybreak .
-Quite a squall suddenly came up chickens the U. S. the next niornlu *, deluded, Hia
of Point who to town. Fresh eggs, vegetables tactics usually practiced by ;
Hatch City ,
and Mr. A. L. returned about nine o'clock last night, accompanied beef, pork sausages, Tennesee but Army. Manual exercises took up the He Has Our Sympathy, Though He Had salt), by the advice of the chairman of
have been on a trip to Tampa, ; the State Democratlo ,CornmHlee, who
here last night, and left for home this by,thunder and lightning and a heavy ter, etc. E. J. Davis, manager. *I.f. best part of the evening; and althoughat None For Call. Ills Case Is a Sad was consulted by wire, who believed 11.! .

morning. They report the weather at I downpour of rain. At one time the -The military bill which has passed present the company can only be and Peculiar One. Crushed Flat failure of a quorum of the Senate to take -

Signal Service anemometer registered a In the termed an awkward squad, some of the part In the joint wanton would preventthe
Legislaturewill Column
and second
Tampa as being very dry, orange I Its reading A* a Pancake Dy a election of .Senator. Of course It
hour. a
miles
velocity of thirty-five per did well considering
members remarkably
trees suffering for want of rain. soon be read the third time and That Did Not Fall.Don't only takes a inometiL'n rodxitlon to ace

-The firm of Chandler <& Landers, -Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Horton, accompanied I will become a law as soon as signed by the short time the company has been thai a joint asHuinbly of two bodies

by Mrs. Philips and son, came up the governor. The bill provides that formed. Lieut J. P. Goldsmith who merges them into one, and a majority oi '
lumber merchants, of.The Springs p.o., from Melbourne on Wednesday evening. all volunteer companies In the State of was In command, went through his duI I Start Out To Down The People the aggregate: membership! of both! con
reliable parties bodies'
Fla. are said to be very It the t0
to deal, with. Anyone on the East Coast Jr.. and Mrs. Horton have rented the Florida, shall either join the State troops ties In a creditable manner, showing Next Time, ColoneL Let Your stitutoeaquorum.are joint or merged Into one, they lose
the first he had
occasion not
this was
Schell
who are In need of anything in their line cottage lately occupied by Prof. or give up, to the State, their guns, asnovolunteer taken part In manual exercises; and In Fight Be a Just One and their Individuality, and a quorum of each
of lb.
and wife and expect to remain here per firearms Is not to wake a quorum
See their company shall carry J T. Sanders saw the making necessary
would do well to write them. Sergeant we You Will Get There. joint assembly or combination. IVeO-
manently. hereafter.Mr. of a good non-commissioned officer. Io s
4. equal w tbe occa ,
advt on page dent Brown was local columns -Mr. H. M. Papworth, of the firm of I Henry Dreyer, who has occupied It Is many years since our city reporter and after a few dilatory; tactics, partjcalaily .
-A paragraph in our W. J. Hill A Co., Sanford, spent Tues- the position of foreman In the ADVO- had the pleasure of taking part In man The face we present above Is intend by Charlie Dougherty, wbo wa
from an exchange ual or platoon exercises, or company ab
week copied but an
obstruetlunUt 1
last ,
lnadvertantly failed day In town. He was surprised at the CATS office with great satisfaction for drill;but he always found that to be a* a portrait of one who U the Idol of prevent as an to the record, sot has
according
which our printer rapid development Titusville had made some months past, relinquished the well up In the exercises the men had to the masse In Florida. Abe favorite of entee to hi* name when theroaWM
B Parrot Esq., as responded
J. Ing
of ,
to credit, spoke since his last visit here. He returned position on Saturday last, owing to his attend drill regularly and promptly and the rank and file of the democracy of called, a vote WM taken and Senator
Co.
of the J., T. 4 K. W, By. strict attention to the commands or I .
receiver
elected r*
having
pay caricature or declared ,
home Wednesday, havingmet many of health not been In so satisfactory a state the State. The wretched Call was
the J. T. K. W. demands of their superior officers to
A matter of fact which were a msJorHr
a his old friends in town, who were gladto as he would would wish. He started off I. make decided success. chromo we produce has little merit asa eelved 51 vote, and an
receiver corps bouses
Co. Ia not In the hands of a any of the member of both ,
By. know is a solvent con- give him a hearty old handshake.Mr. on a trip to Indlanola Tuesday, wherehe or work of art, and la I a source of mortlf- almost unanimous vote of those present

and for Jlr.-Parrot aught we Is receiver of the Florida J. S.. Bell, of Fort Pierce, arriv will visit Ms friend, Mr. Tom Mitchell Those look In politics cation to us. The original whom It It Thus ended the most persistent Senator
corn !must turn their heads away from Talla needs apologyand Florida has ever known ;I'M
witness In the for awhile. He will probably on Us : Intended to represent no 11 fight
Southern By. Co., and not of the ed In town Tuesday, u a .hassee.-Star. of the action of the fugitive Senator warn
T. & K. W. RaIlway, of which be Is proving up of a homestead. His handwhich return assist Postmaster Scrimgeour In the fugitive returned U one whom the noblest men childish and belittlfug to the dignity at
J.
We hasten to make was recently badly mutilated In the postofflco here. His place In this from Georgia? State are proud to claim u a friend; tb the oboe they bold. On can admire am '

leading attorney. should form the a circular! saw-Is Improving as rapidly office win be filled by Mr. C. 1[. Horton, one man who could have stood op aalutthe honest foe-on. who wlU fight to the
the correction lest it We have never had need of a rooster of almost Invincible force finish In def'n of hi* principle, -and
as on be expected.: Mr. Bell, who gave late foreman of the Tropical Sun,Juno. avalanche toyWd .
basis of a libel suit In this establishment, and to tell the him-the one when defeat I* Inevitable grace.fully III
McCormick and us a pleasant call while In town, left for -Superintendent C. H.Bent has just truth, did not think we would have UM that was brought against I* not dishonorable. But to tab
.Mr. and Mrs B. B. in the heart of <<
hone Wednesday.A been presented with a missive, solid for one on this occasion; for when man leader whose position to flight and concealment la a comteetd,
son, Master Will, came up from their sticks In a boggy place for six: weeks the his people could not be moved by theItrongt this tied, wheu the end 1e at hand, Is
lovely home at Palm Beach, on Sunday. package of Bldwell peaches were gold ring, set with a very large and brilliant chance ire thai be will never pull out combination that ever concentrated childish\ and must be mortifying to the

They were accompanied by Dr. Edward left In this sanctum, Wednesday, by A. diamond. The presentation was But on this particular occasion he did, force on a single Individual constituent of thos who were ulltyGr th.
Its
whose Is made Mr. Croder a prominent law.' and wanted a rooster on short notice, luch conduct Thiokofitt Among 7
makaon, (who has been spending the A.Stewart, gift duly appreciated by we the attempt to consign him to oblivion Rogers and HammoAd.Tb .
and esteemed contemporary, in an ct.aerterlwere
winter with them), and their servants They were fully developed luscious yer, of Bartow, who In a neat little Star,our kindly loaned us a bright and Ignominy. The one man who could former I* ch.lelof tb.State Alliance

Mr. and Mrs. MCCormick and son left an! of fine flavor. They were grown at speech, presented the ring In behalf, of looking very bird, which was enjoying a condition stood for a single month the cootlnuoui sent her to frame law la the |nter* &uf

here Monday morning for Jacksonville, his home In Tltusvule, and his dozen the employees of the Charlotte Harbor of "inocuous desuetude." Out have and combined onslaught of corporations his down-trodden follower;The will lat'-they )
leader
their to Philadelphia, where they tbree-yearold tree will fill a want that Division of the Florida Southern railway benefactor now seeks to, discount hU and an overwhelming not blush for their "chivalrous" f
on way the corrupt lobbyist called "nobl,
expect to remain a few day, before proceeding arise with the expiration of the orange M a token of esteem and regard for cock kindness display by toning a his'Bloxham reader rooster.that majority of the State praM, has superb.been" Cu Orange any loser ,l>.
w*
to other parts. Dr. lln son aetaon. Fruit U a neeetity In Florida their late popular superintendent W* baTe so fault to find with the bird, and ambitious party leader who proud of her 'favorite son?" &*

started for his home in Brandon, N. Y., in the summer, and It win not be long; Capt C. H. Bent, who BOW hold the who seems perfectly at bom in his new many aching to don the Senatorial toga whatever ha been done sine la the last way Utter

but expects to return to Lake Worth before peaches, grapes and many other position of superintendent of the Indian surroundings, and from his clarion Call note bird themselre were The people art on top; and Important bat look for legislation rush and crush my la the atiempl *
wm be to natures River Steamboat Co. It U needle to on might think he had been a la the
about October. The ADVOCATE return fnits grown satisfy all along. Like many human beings, Senator Csf-tit AU-wta Providence to makeup for lot time ( t
thanks to Mrs McCormick for some simmer craving for palatable acids.I'beapples mention how proud Capt. Bent U of this rooster ha no hesitancy la flopping permltting-wlll fight their battles for few day that art left

views of her beautiful place at Palm of excellent quality are be this valuable present from the residents over Into the Call camp, and U ready to longer with renewed udorrt 9ittflflTOA.

Beach. caning abundant la oar stores. of Bartow and surrounding country perch oa the victorious banners. aU year .



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: NEWS. They were considered worth. GEORGIA BRIEFS. of the GeorgU legislature THE WIDE WORLD.
At too last decaion
4. East COBsl Advocai8. less, M far a* service was concerned. An
: act was passed by the legislature author. an act was p*.ed 'm1PTiBP a tax
.- doing
Izing Governor Beay to sell them and tee: of $500 ou ClIett and rery GENERAL TELEGRAPHIC AND
Happenings of Interest Over (invest the sum in military soppllrs. Interesting Paragraphs from allover a cold storage: business in the State of

s F TITUSVILT?, > FLORIDA the State.A Someday* ago tbe Montgomery Gre,. the State. Gcorda. It was a blew at the companies their CABLE CULL1NGS

r d r ------ made application to the governor for a ,:. who had been engaged thronch ,
portion of this fond to assist them In agents in the ale of' fresh meats in city
Of Brief Items of Interest From
'' A, BETTER OUTLOOK second ice factory has been contracted purchasing fatigue uniforms. The whole Atliota's residence and business house and state. When the time came for the

to be erected at Opelika, within amount being $1,000, and there being are to be renumbered. The contract has collection of the tar the tax collector of Various Sources.

>Reported by Dun & Co. for the sixty days. three regiments the state be though been awarded.bl the city council/ Fulton connty, M' Andy Stewart, issued -

I I' Past Week. The members of the press of Annistonmet It right' and proper that each regiment The number of application for his I faa and levies were made upon the Swarm of young locusts

:n. G. Dun & Co., '. weekly review of a few nights ago and appointed a should have one-third of the amount, wldo.I'pL'odon.ban IDcrued to 2,600, property ot the Armour Packing Cowpony and in northern Egypt. ar"'IIrring
trade .yar la the outlookI committee of nix preliminary to arranging to be distributed a* the colonel of each at the rate of the Nelwn-Morrison Company The influenza ts In-
every respect for and they are yet coming all doing epidemic seriously
entertaining the members Beef ,
the State Atlanta Company
i : and be issued the
; more favorable, excepting the large res approve, an in south Russia.
export of and the advance in the Press Association which meets there on order several days ago to that effect. fifty a day. I business iu the city of Atlanta. creating
t gold
the S4th of The Macon Water Company ha to The Washington Critic has
June. gone appealed Evening
I Bank of England rate to 6 cent. ob. The Montgomery Grey was the ,Aral. These companIes
per '' to work in earnest to develop mOTe; water the Bound that been placed in tho hands of a receiver.
The to the court on
;'tioualy for the pnrpoM of drawing more appeal Governor Jones will be company organized after the war, and!
i gold from,this country. South American made before the end of May and the this is the first money they have received and to aid them" in this they have engaged they did not come under Tho works of th. Joliet, I'l. Enter

finance are, for a moment, less dies fate of Ike Vincent will bo decided. And from the state toward furnishing them Mr: HedingsB, a water-expert, of the provisions of the law, as they did price Company burned Monday. Loss

''I tnrblng. The panic in Portugal and so it behooves all those who lean to mer uniforms. New York, for the purpose of locating not do a cold storage business in that 125,000; insurance, $90,00.

; France do not greatly effect tai country, cy's side to. bestir themselves the matter o.u Cfle.e.-A.Appeal !.I..Iee. water.It 1e0... But Judge Marshall J. Clarke Gold coin ordered for shipment 10
,except u they affect the London money or. getting up,petitions. At.a recent meeting of the executive is officially stated that the Richmond rendered a decision a day or two ago that Europe, from New York *

market. Receipt for custom duties at The Farmers Alliance of Lee county committee of the World' fair lady A Danville railroad will breaded the the were within the limits of the law, | ,' Frd'1.; ttl for week, 7725000.'I

i New'York are largely in silver certificate held a basket picnic at Salem a few days manager in Chicago, the subject of gauge of the Elberton Air-Line, thus and his decision will stated, unless there A dispatch of Monday : Dr
The says
i. and new treasury note, no lea than ago. Able speeches were made by Senator state work wi discussed in all Its bearing putting it on an equal footing with- other !is an appeal to the Supreme Court.watched is under arrest in Denver,* ctiwrged Grave with,
but It 1* proper to remember that the new ; Lecturer T. .1: Carlisle. A large crowdwas devise special plans adapted to all \\". W. Hsrrell sent in hi* resignation with interest, ss there are many thousand Bokton. '
f,trterary note being redeemable "in gold I present, and a good alliance feeling states, the following general instructionswere a* solicitor of the county court of Deco dollar invested in the State, and if the
-or silver coin,** with a provision of law permeated the entire assembly. suggested aud urged: That each tar county a few days ago, and the governor decision holds good, it will have the effect Carpet wearers In the mills ot the Dob-

t( empowering the secretary to maintain the'parity Forbes, Liddell & Co. Montgomery lady manager, through the courtesy and appointed Frank 8. Hunch fill I of driving them out of the business, son Brothers, Phildelhl struck

of gold and silver paper and coin, were awarded contract for, the ,. co-operation of the press of her respective out the unexpired term until the legislature or of putting Tennesse and western beefat Mondny against from

re in practice redeemable in gold and in boat to be built for the government Chat. state, solicit correspondence with all meet. such a price as will be beyond the England.A .

r Y1 ,,. value equal to greenback It i I. a moat tahoochee snag river, notwithstanding formidable existing organizations of women,* such a* Henderson, Ga., has the honor of having reach of the avenge consumer. c.blelmo Sunday from Lado

;favorable symptom that the continued competitors from Indianapolis, Buffalo literary, art and social club., temperance, the older merchant in the state. HeI says: now well enoulh to
,>export of gold cause no panic in this Milwaukee and various other places, religious and benevolent societies, teach II I Mr. 8. D. Henderson, Sr, after whom Tae W.rk mapped O.'. be out of bed, but is not permitted ,to gO

"market their proposal baring been the most er's unions women's exchanges, etc., and the place was named. He was in business A meeting of the newly elected district out of doors.Bulon .
.Ar' nrcxKAra:: XXEXFOBTI. satisfactory. ascertain the lumber and views of in HswkinsviUe in 1828-29 and lecturers of tho State was held at the to the amount of 1,200,000<

J The street COunts largely upon heavy At Vincent few D. C. the women thus engaged. That ,1831, and commenced at Henderson in Alliance Exchange office, in Atlanta A pounds bi been shipped to London for
a days
export of product in the near future, Hand, a merchant, was seized ago with, she urge all women in artistic, 1832, and has been continuously business few days ago. State Lecturer W. 8. tho purpose of buying silver,and paying
I ; reckoning that Europe i* ihort of breadstuff vulsions. He stated, that he had taken con literary, agricultural and industrial work, ever since. Fifty;nine yean as a Copeland prrslded. The object of the coupons of the exterior debt.
*aDd ready to buy cotton indefinitely drink of what bo to endeavor to make .a creditable display merchant in one place is a pretty good meeting was to confer together; generally The Scotch miners have decided
'i at the present low price*. It i I. a '!gDIf.t. from supposed was whiskey of their achievement at the coming knowing. about the work and to receive instructions to the of the to
a bitters bottle but striking-
in was poisoned. Columbian and learn from the State Lecturer. It was decided contrbut support
that the also
leant fact export April were Exposition, the
the extension of the Savannah
t. He died in about an hour. A man. named Work on on the and to take
(about double lst yeas in value as to cot- proportions of woman's work in all man that all the lecturers are to take continent
Chancellor has been arrested Amcricus and Montgomery is progressing steps to restrict: coal to the-
on suspicion
; :lion and showed an increase in oil and of ufaclutes, inventions and productions of A official the field at once. Great results are expected continent. export
the rapidly. prominent
.. DrovUlon. but a decrease in cattle and having poisoned liquor. her state, and secure for this proportiondue Df that road has said that there is no by tho alliance authorities of this
,breadstuff Yet In breadatufft the The tunnel through Pigeon mountain recognition on that great occasion, doubt now but that the road would be new plan or organization\ of lecturers. Muskegon, Mich., suffered another terrible -
,.decrease wot wholly in corn, and the sur on the Chattanooga Southern railroad as an act of congress provide that ",ald and trains into Montgomery Reports from different districts and from conflagration Saturday afternoon.Ten .
plus of wheat available for export wan3laylsk has been completed. The tunnel 1,600 board may appoint one or more members completed running short the_State Lecturer on the condition of blocks of one of the principal business -
in June.
about 80,000,000 bushels. The feet long, and will enable trains to run of all committee to award prizes for exhibits early Only a gap the order and the outlook were heard. streets of the city were destroyed,

export of wheat from Atlantic ports have over the new line from Chattanooga to which may be produced in whole remains to be closed the construction, and the 1,000men will From every source the most encouraging entailing a loss of 500000. '

i been much smaller than a year ago, until Gadsden, a distance of ninety miles, by or in part by female labor." It was suggested doubt employed make on short work of that. no reports came. Never in the history of *A cablegram of Saturday from Rome
last, week, when an increase of 10 percent Juno 1. This will give a new road to that women and cirls organize the order has there been such thorough lay that no proposals have been made
appeared. In ,corn the decrease is Anniston, Montgomery and the gulf. classes for the study of American history, Treasurer Hardeman has been on a IIxweek'i organization such unanimity of purpose by cither side to refer to arbitration the

l heavy, of course. Considerable preparation is being mnde and thus create an enthusiasm for our own tour of inspection of state bank such steady and healthy dispute between the United States and
The speculative market have acted by the various transportation lines of tho country, and a noble ambition to make Under an act of the legislature the treasurer growth.; AH the weak places Italy arising out of the lynching affair

peculiarly;, ,during the past week,. wheat state for the heavy travel expected to realities of the possibilities of this magnificent is required to inspect all banks have been strengthened and now there A Providence, R. I., dispatch says:
advancing i cents per bushel on report, Jackson, Miss., on the occasion of the enterprise; also that those engaged chartered by the state annually. The is hardly a county in the State in which A cave-in on the improved sewerage work
trot substantiated, of injury to the crop unveiling of the Jefferson Davis in the industries and'arts make intelligent colonel has inspected about forty, and the Alliance organization is not all that la Elmwood Tuesday afternoon buried

;in the Northwest, while corn hu declined monument at that place, which preparation appropriate the educationthat has about twenty yet to inspect. "I" could be desired. An important decision eleven Italians Seven were dug out
i 3 cent and oats 2} cent on moderate event will take place on the 8d of June. may be derived from the illustrationsof found every bank in splendid condition, of this meeting was that hereafter the the other four stilt buried and but
I are aro undoubtedly -
..les.. Pork, lard and Log are also low. Round trip tickets from all points will art, science, philosophy and ethics a* 10 said, in speaking of his tour. "Indeed, lectures, or most of them, will be for the dead.
and decline in I be sold for they have flourished the I[ had no fault whatever to find with tho will
er, a heavy appear .' tter. one fare. may through public at large. That is, they not
Cotton, coffee sod oil are unchanged, and Juno will be a busy month with the centuries, and in all lands. All this work management! of any. Some of our banks be made with closcddoors to the Alliance, Aristeed Cronenberg, an ordinary
f this i remarkable to cotton because is of the are conducted as well as any in the but looking cmmigrant, landed at the barge
more a* governor. The commencement exercises worthy earnest thought of energetic the people generally will be given an
"
office
t a much larger crop than ever produced at the Agricultural and Mechanical col- women, and as information regarding world. opportunity of listening to some good at New York Sunday en route from

it going to market more rapidly lego, Auburn, will embrace the 7th, 8th the lives of the women of this Dr. Uunnicutt, of the agricultural department Alliance doctrine. Each of the lecturers Belgium to Asheville, N. C., and when

than ever before at this ceaion. Foreign 9th and 10th of the month, and the governor state can only bo learned by systematic received a letter from a New is expected to devote all the time ho asked if he had any money, produced a

manufacturer appear to be laying in a will be present there for one day or inquiry, the managers of Alabama invite York financial paper come days ago, ask. possibly can to spreading Alliance doc roll of $30 and $100 bills, amounting i
rga stock bccauso prices are cloie too longer. On the night of the Oth he will her women to co-operate with them and log for the number of bales of cotton trines In Ills autrtct. He make Wa all to $10,000.The .

i lowest known for forty :ears, whileenormous go to Mobile to open the brigade encampment aid them to make a report, real and statistical produced in Georgia tho post season. own dates. The State lecturer will"visit president, on Monday, commutedthe
he; OOnIUd"ptloD'abroad itIn of the state troops on the worthy of her dignity, and to There II no way to get at the exact each district whenever it is in his power sentences of George 8. Key, Henry

and there are some sign. that the production 10th, and will be there for several days. this end earnestly solicit correspondence figures, right now, on account of the : to do BO. Jones and Edward Smith, Navassa rioters
will exceed too demand. Immediately thereafter he will attend the with all women who are interested in this large amount of cotton being held back convicted of murder in the circuit
:r!At the south trade is i reasonably dull, commencement exercises at tho State work. bl the farmers for higher prices. How ,I NAml BANISHED. court of the United States for the district

with cotton I in light demand at New Orleans University. I Mn*. ANNA M. FOSDICK Mobile. ever, the doctor has calculated it in ibis of Maryland, and sentenced to be hanged,

I and sugar inactive. Miss HATTIB T HCKOLET, Mooresvllle. way: There are S.000,000 acres in cotton :t Students Make a Gallant At- to imprisonment for life at hard labor In
In these times of steel plant and other
Iron furnace in blast on May let were In the Itat The usual production is the penitentiary.Dr. .
.
of about 2,000 ton greater weekly capaoi- industrial talk, the people must not lose THE CASUS BELLI. 157 pounds to the acre. This\ year, it tempt at Rescue.A Jacques, the American who was

t, than April 1st-115,500 tons against sight of the fact that Birmingham is go. run up to 180 poundi. Last year's crop cablegram of Monday, from Belgrade attacked by a mob in Florence, Italy, i.
I 183,483.a month and 180,000 a log to have next fall the greatest fair in of cotton was 950,000 bale*. And this Servia, says: The prefect of this In Baltimore. He says the attack was of

But trade ,agoi less depressed,yearago. and the history of the state. President How the War in Chill was rear's, he says, will reach 1,100,000 bales. city, who was charged by) the regents no, significance, as 'it was made by a

WM }long delay in the settlement of the Hawkins continues to receive encourag Brought About.A A committee from the Brotherhood of with the duty of expelling ex-Queen erowd of workingmen who had been

coke strike tend to strengthen price ing letters from all over Alabama and New York dispatch says: Edward Locomotive Engineers visited Marietta a Natalie from 8enlaa'territorl, went to dispersed by the and in their

la general,;industries are fairly active, many other alive states.the The farmers of the Eyre, who has been a resident of Peru few days ago to look into the condition the latter' residence, and, in spite of her Frenzy attacked the pole carriage, not know-
state to of the
: except interrupted by strike in the are Importance for the last twenty-four years, and who of affaiu on the Marietta and North earnest prottsU, compelled her to enter a fag who was in it. .
building trades, a* at New York.' the fair and are preparing to send exhibits. has been the head of the house of Grace Georgia railroad, the time for the reinstatement carriage which drove towards tho quay, A New York telegram of Saturday
floanclal just turn The fair is going to be a great success, Bros. & Co. for ten has returned i of the brotherhood that on the Danube, where the royal yacht says:
_ prospect pOW largely for the is the years men on The total visible supply of cotton for the
upon the export of gold. Merchandise management receiving cordial to the city. Mr. Eyre said that the origin ; road having expired. They state that moored. News that the ex-queen was bales
2,060,040 ((3,242,040
export: are for the time compar.tlvel11III11tI2,740 encouragement of the' community of the revolution in Chili was a deadlock everything was found working well on really to be expelled from Service had in word I ), against ue
and the state 2,218,8111ud 1,432-
'L .000 in two week from between the Chilian congress and the the road, and from an interview which the meantime spread throughout Belgrade 617 bales
Hew,York, against $18,030,000 last year, The Manufacturer'Record, (Baltimore) executive. The congress felt dissatitficd was had with Receiver Glover,' they are and had reached the students' from all relpctlTelylast. year.bales.Receipt
.while Import* continue remarkably large. of May 10, in speaking of the "progressof with President Balmaceda's measures, convinced that Mr. Glover intends in all quarters. The latter promptly turned ceipts from n
plantations .
_ Failure for the,week number 212; for the south" says Another important and especially the preparations made respects to carry out the contract between out in force, and as the carriage containing Crop tight, ,bales.28,488
mote has been made in the iron interests the unhappy lady was being driven 1 8,243,653
the corresponding week of hut year the for the coming elections. Congress, he road and the brotherhood and everything
Cgurojwa 191.DEMANDS. of the south In the organization of a to bring pressure on the executive, refused will be all right on the Mariettaand toward the Danube, it was surrounded A cablegram of Monday from Paris,
company to build a tlOooOOOlteel plant to vote the budget. The president North Georgia.Th by a crowd of students, who seized the announces that a contract was signed
near Birmingham, Ala. The success of convened an extraordinary session of horses' heads, brought the vehicle to a early during the present month betweenthe
HIS RECALL. this undertaking, which La in the handsof congress, expecting/ that the budget CcBtrl'c New !.!... standstill!, and loudly cheered the royal Russian government and the Chatel-

some of the' leading men of the south, would be voted. When he saw that it In reference to the recent deal between prisoner. The students then detachedthe beraul arms factor by which the plant

.' The, Mayor of New Orleans After will porve of great value to this entire would not bo he exercised for the first he Central road and the Chattanooga, horses from the carriage and draggedthe factory employes are
onsul Corte. section, as it is of the utmost importance time the prerogative which he alleged Rome and Columbus, the Savannah News ex-queen, who remained seated in absolute disposal of Russia, who has

Saturday afternoon that the south should push its steel-mak was Invested in the president of declaring says "The New line, it is understood, the prefect's conveyance, back to her given &order for 8,000,000 now'rle

'' addressed a letter to Mayor Governor Shakespeare NlchoU log interests as it has its iron. Tho gen. the extraordinary session closed. Several will. be a part of the Savannah and West. residence, cheering loudly as they parsed Rev. Albert L. Huffman, one

from which tbe I.i extracted, .eral advancement of the south continues attempt* were made to settle the differ era system. A proposition was submitted through the streets. The prefect, assisted oldest and best known Methodist
following without abatement.A to the Chattanooga, Rome and Columbus by a force of gendarmes tried in ten the minI
To Hi Excellency Franc! T. )BRchol ences between the executive and legislative vain jn country, died at Peru,
Governor of Louisiana, Under date ofMay correspondent in the Ape-Derald has branches of the government, but all for purchase of the property, to endorse to regain possession of the ex-queen. ana, a few days ago, aged 75 years. He

J.1891< the consul of Italy at this the following: to say regarding the new failed, resulting in the revolution which i224,000 first mortgage 5 per cent. bonds'isusd On their way several collisions took: its occupied many important ecclesiastical .

port, Mr. Corte, laW fit to address to W. steel plant: "It is very evident that the broke out''January last. by the Chattanooga, Rome and place between the gendarmes and stu positions. He had, during his ministry -
t M. Chaffee, foreman of the grand jury good people of Pratt Mines and vicinity Columbus and DOW outttanding, and in dents, but the latter came off victorious. of fifty-four years, performed 1.800
thereto transfer the stock-
addition to to
then in session a very remarkable letter. have confidence in the early establishment AFTER HE WAS DEAD OEFKSDED DT TUB STUDENTS. marriage ccremonle and presided at
holders of the latter road of
The evening of the day on which it wa of the steel plant (with its numerous Savannah and Western 5 $400,000 bonds. After Natalie had been taken back to 1,500 fUl arl

i written, the consul sent copies of the attendant enterprises) in their midst. It Was Found That He Forged a In consideration of percent.the her residence the cabinet'' assembled im A Chicago dispatch says: The I.rem&
,
;' letter ty the hand* of his secretary, to Its coming has occasioned quite a flutter Fortune.A the Rome foregoing and mediately. Citizens and merchant gen. council of the Federated Railway Employee -
Chattanooga
'dally in the real estate market. There is side with decided against tho
the paper for publication. This a New York Rumors Columbus to erally the ex-queen. The residence Chicago and
dispatch : was required
letter,,wa* very properly returned by that lively demand for lots in what is thoughtto of forgeries and defalcations says have been I deliver to the Savannah and Western all of Natalie was defended I'y tudea,.. Northwestern switchmen Saturday even-
_ the writer, a* being impertinent.&sida be an approximation to tho location. current in the cotton market for sometime Intense excHement prevails. A conflict ng. The council recommended that the'switchmen's
to the former road
I \ ) being impertinent, the letter This La no chimerical venture, but the but two and indefiniteto I property belonging occurred late in the day, the troops tiring officers call upon the railway
were vague stock roadbed terminal facilities -
ontoin opening and starting of a real boom oiling the officials with a view to
I statement absolutely false, and up notice. On Saturday however it upon queen's supporters, killing two reinstttciuent of
the stock
and two-thirds of
I '' that has for its foundation > common and as of their old hands
beyond, question known to be false something as leaked out that the closing of time loans of non-cumulative income wounding many others During the many as ptacesxxmld
and
i by.Mr. If consul solid U steel itself' $1,400,000 evening the be provided for. The
torte u Italian disclosed number of forged receipts, bOnds. The was voted premier received a deputation proceedings the
){r.. Corte ha ever had any uiefuU All of the furnaces in the neighbor drawn by W. W. Stone, in his own the stockholders proposition and unanimously of citizens, who asked him to intervene council were prolonged and stormy.A .

BCM here, he hu outlived it, hood of Bessemer are in full blast and name, for cotton supposed to be stored on accepted by nearly three-fourths of the stock in the ex-queen'. behalf. dispatch of Monday from Ayer,

,., and ,ha 'become through hi turning out iron to their full capacity. in the cotton warehouses of the American King represented at the meeting." This YIELDS TO FORCE. Mass., says: An expert accountant has

act not only sn unacceptable pcrion, but Everything presents .a busy scene of industry. Dock and Trust company of Staten purchase will give the Central a throughline A later dispatch says that on the following finished his examinat on into the irregu
an element of danger: to this community, "The South Is in the saddle"is tho Island. Stone was president of the to Chattanooga. The connection sby morning the gendarmes larities of the books of ex-Cashier Spauld-

) la that,by his utterances, ho incite his motto of the new pipe works just completed American Dock and Trust company, and tie Savannah, Griffin and North Alabama after a sharp conflict, in which succeeded log! and found the deficit somewhat

Inflammable people to riot or sullen opposition in that live city and the way they is snid to have forged large number of to Carrpllton and !by. he. Crhattanooga many persons were severely injured, in larger than at first suppose. lie places
to the law and custom of the out stock would lead the loss at
sro turning one to certificates, besides those which have forcing their through the cordon I $37,000. President
country they have ought u an asylum. believe that the time bad come for: the already been brought to light, and is said Rome and Columbus from Carrollton students and citizens way who were guarding of of t bank, MJ the institution Atwo
For these reasons I have the honor to request to Chattanooga the loss in a short time.
south to ride awhile. This company are to have borrowed large sums upon them the ex-queen's palace. The gendarme Bpauld-
that you ask of honorable secieUry boring with a big auger and they are able from the banks in New York and eastern '..... .' EJaal.a&1. then forced their way into Natalie' bedroom Ing is living quietly In Townsend, await

.[ of State at Washington recall of to do so, for their plant is one of the cities. Ha died a few weeks ago, and<;l The examination! of teacher for the and summoned her to arise, as she ing his trial.

'Consul Corte'*exequator by the President. largest in the United States. They have was supposed to be very wealthy. A loan State public schools will be held: OB June must instantly leave Servian territory. A Pittsburg. Pa, telegram of Friday
Thl application would have been made orders for the next six months ahead and on forge,: certificates just disc,>vered wai 8th. State School Commissioner Brad. The queen calmly replied that she would states that independent operators in the.

t Ito Wired yon sooner, but for the reason. that I are happy. The Bessemer rolling mill, for $40,000. ,At present the total amount well ha* lent cat the following circular: yield to force, and requested the students coke regions have formed some sort of a
to place in tie your bands, to accompany 10 it II reported will be put in operation: of certificates ouUtandit cannot be To the county School Commissioner of who had so gallantly defended her combination to support the sinkers, 1
your note to secretary of State, la about sixty days ascertained, but it i* believed to bo nil Georgia: Notice I II hereby given that I and who were even then preparing to lay that the mammoth Frick works will not
the made to the and council
report mayor The only object of the meeting at large haTe appointed Ea'urday the 6th day of down their live fur her, to make no be able to undersell them. One operator
the Committee of I enclose
by fifty. a has
'
Montgomery of tho World's Fair convrn- Jane next, as the day for examination ofall farther resistance, so as to prevent plainly stated that ho will dischargeany
,copy, and beg leave to call your excellen la to effect some permanent organization PERCIV AL'S PURLOININGS.As applicants for teachers' licenses any more bloodshed. The queen nan who refuses to contribute to the

eye attention to that putt of it relating! by which the people may represent their throughout the State. Only one day will was then allowed to dress herself, striken' fund The formidable W. J.*
Mr. the honor be
to Corte. I have to
resources at the Columbian exposition a Cashier His Misappropriations ( be allowed for the examination of both and after bidding adieu to the leaden Rainy works have been thrown

jenr obedient. Joann servant, \ more unselfish and patriotic work Reach Heavy Figures.The white and colored applicants but the examination of her defender, during which the most open to collectors for striken fund far-
SS'UEI1'UBK. ..d the will be conducted in touching scene was witnessed the exiled the fist time in years.THREE .
of separate
Mayor of New O It'IDI. never engag energies a people. director of the Shoe and Leather
There can be no self-seeking in it. It National bank Lewiston, Maine, mad putraenl You are hereby Instructedto queen wa escorted to .a private carriage, -
is a labor of love. It is for the benefit a report Monday, showing the conditionof give at least ten day public not'ce ofthe which waa in waiting and was hastily
PRICES HAVE ADVANCEDAnd of all the state and all the people. It is affair the retirement of day of examination through tbe local driven to the railroad nation, followed : MEN KILLEDIn
upon ex-
not tho mere glory of a pageant that is Cashier Percival. They sat: "Tbe various press, and to p 'st notices of the same at by the cheer of the student and citizens I .

Chlcamauga Park May beA kought The material interests of Ala- misappropriations of the cash er, in tublio nieces throughout TOUT county. of Belgrade, whose enthusiasm hid to be a mash-up on the Louisville

a Failure. barns, her wealth, her prosperity, hert. the different ways and,methods to which Within the next few days I will rend kept within the bounds by the display of and Nashville.
values involved. This material he resorted' to amount to you full instruction for conducting the an overwhelming force of troops, who
AChatfanoog// dispatch of Saturday \; are appear $180- A Ala
lamination. These Instructions will be lined the entire route to the railroad Ac 8 dispatch says;
.
lay at There: ta imminent danger that dv.mtage cannot bo estimated, but it 713, the largest sum ariiingfrom issuingcertificates station. No Sectidn of a fieigU train
th4 project to make a national park of ('Olnelll1direet11 to every one uf us. Andit of depos.t and not accounting accompanied by a sealed package containing sooner were the queen and the Lousvile and Nashville on
her ba rail
it fact that class ot the to the beak for the received for the question to be propounded personal ;::age on board than the
Chi 6m..ga. "attte'round will cod 'la a no people are money road, ': ran Into section
train left the No. ,
the applicant for licence to teach in the depot for the Uunjariaa Bear
more Interested and would be more ben. them. Pretty nearly every device known CuUrran
the poly rein the
failure being
rapacity schools, this U frontier, and Natalie of Servia, calm and Monday morning, and J.
I f to crooke-t bank officer : public package to be kept
of Land owner*. Th h"ll1a' elutes 'y a display i our resources than "d employed by Custef brakeman 1
property Later
but Brown
-I .I the oomJsal value of |3 to |10 an acre .is -\1'\ Und-owovr. tho farm-owner of tho PercivaL Pep,>*iu entered ou the de 1/1 yMtrexr'luaive custody with the seal pale evidently suffering from intense "\ : ; ,
unbroken till the day of the rxamination. emotion, left Belgrade, the scene of man! li.DEdmond engineer, were
raid. credited
4 not
l.ow to be worth flOU( tu $300 t-iti' flit positor''passbook were on i I The first wsl
thought of her section
Tou will take precaution that the many trouble and ,triumphs. tank standing at
and |31)(). The committee will nOl favor x..*. fey 10. Grcrt. the ledger, credit with other bank were examination shall every be conducted a ; when the other crashed into if
( cooderonation and Tho Montgomery Greys are to get inflated and transactions entirely fictitious fairly The
'i the process they are neck aught fire and .
and impartially and allow of the UooU Carlo Bank eighteen loaded .
shown. They I imsa: frost tue state of Alabama.. appear on lb. books. The case of the no applicant EaT t
diaptec11'Ub thproem buueH irt ca*>were burned.
tae The
k late cashier far it relate to crlmi &o carry a copy of tbVquestioo; from the foD I. pot officer of tho
GOT so a
Sea
\ are made During nor administration became road
wit 'Ullte. tquitvble price the
Ib lUT 1. f y lay with the dead
f report advewe/y upon the plan. Any I I her were .a couple of obsolete gittling nal proceed ngs, is in the handset theSOYenmel1t. room. ctiau4 ot in. &o gtneei who faut ahead en-
nUr'e4ma
: of time
*
f a further ttt'pt..111 probably be defeated. "Wta on hand in the state ordnance des their proULtor. B.t': aid tflt 1 lt fig


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nail, Handles, Hub Bands, and Shaft Tips, for above prlco: ? man who rather think that< the garden of

tW tr >- THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUNDAY Eden mar bar been an allegory ant Is not q/'I!

Z n > M n I"" SERMON. quite certain bat that there may be soothes 4
Z 0 a /!/1 -i / :::0 r change after death. and does not know
> < > 11I n r aa whether or not the Bible U Inspired, and 1
:Ef-.J "i- < 1'1"illl "utUKCT" Mend the Net." toll von that man for soul saving l_ a poor
III (,) 2: 1'1 'c: tick. Faith In Go and In Jews! Christ and RACII EWIS.
:: 0 C
c.: 0 0 g :::0 10o .T XT! "Jamti (A* son */ Ztbtdf* and the Holy Ghost,and the aholnt* neoemitr
0 1e 2 a Ie&LI.Z John hi* brother in a 'up with S.b.de. a regenerated heart In order to MM God In
< a z their father, imnding their nats."-Mat '
Corrlb I I pear, Is one thread you must ha..ln your
< Y; 0 > ."IJ 0(1)o thew ivy 81. I mended net or you will never be a ntooewful
ex: < III "I go a fishing,"cried Simon Peter to his II! fl hpr for men. Why how can you doubt
e IiJ "' : > comrades and tu* moat of the apostles had i,I The hundreds of million ot men and wo
hI re liJz 0.0:0, :: bands hard from fishing tackle. The fisheries men now standing In the church on girth, iw.
() ti.a 1'1bO of the world have always attracted and< the hun < C :a 0. attention. In the Third century the queenof the< power ot the Gospel' save. With more
> Egypt had for pin money four hundred than a certainty a mathematical demonstration
::> < 0 /'It > > and seventy thousand dollars, received from
let start out to redeem all nation J
< m :a2 rm"y ns
'-1/.0 the fisheries of Lake Moerla. And if the
tear out of _
3 (I) 0 The rottenest thread you are to _
ni r time should ever come when the immensity
and the mD'llilmnort.\n'
not Is unbelief
Your
V/rlto for our Now GO pago Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. of the world'population could not be fed three t rrm are to out in It H' faith. Faith In LUMBERYARD a GITY"TRUCKSS3r 1"SPRING
AddressSOUTHERN by the vegetables and meats of the land, the : God, triumphant faith, evariastingfnith, It '
tea has an amount of animal life that would Infinite the holy. the > WAGQt4SoiALLSLES.
you cannot trust the ,
feed all the populations of the earth and
BUGGY CO. ; omnipotent Jehovah,.who can you trust
fatten them with food that its
a by phosphorus Oh! this Importtnt work of mending our
CINCINNATI OHIO U.S.A. would make generation bralny.ndntelltoctual not beyond anything that the world woald< accomplish: more In snul-sivlnt In the rLADIE6 CtIAiB'e '
baa aver Ima< -- ---- --- -
the Galilean fishermen. One day, Walter next year than we hare In the last twenty ear ,
_- a_ while hunting In an old drawer, year But where hall w. get themmended MTant, CNA1S[ OMKR' v F
found the old Zebadee< ant
? Jut where <
old tackle the
among some fishing :
t'w a manuscript of his Immortal book "Waver- his two boys mania their neti-whora you y
a ley," which he had then as of no are. "James why don't YOU pntyo'troar
put
away In Lake Galilee, or hoist yur nil an 1 Ian" 1 FISH BR9S WAGSN GSRACINE.W1S. ;
worth and who knows but that to-day we ant 1
/ Oir.Ura
Tiberia or
find unknown wealth of at Cv>eriiiiam or
; may some thought
;o 0.5.E ICs"' t t k--3' 0 text while looking at the fishing tackle in the wav>atel don't on the YOU bank RS m ashore,!ni ;your ant not meat John your ..

66 -I list No, they t\t on the gntrAj ot the boat,
/ It Is not a good; day for fishing and three -
gt II EBlEBIkEIIElII11I698E6 men are in the boat repairing the broken v: at the orow of the bo"Van'J they took nl) ... t
fishing net. If with hook the threat ant the nesdle. and. the ropes and
you are tUhlng a TfTTIB are making a specialty this season of what ,
and line and the fish will not bite it Is a Rood the women blocks, and went h work sew.ing -uva
time to put the angler's apparatus into better ,sewing; tying, tying: we..lnlfw.ylnr( ; we oall .PARAGQN HARNESS. & '

condition. Perhaps the last fish you hauledin poundinr. taunting until, the neb mended Made of the fiNEST STOCK and the
till llBNSUR was so large that something snapped. Or they push it off Into the sea and drop pa Mis very .
: e e if you were fishing with a net there was a and hoist Mil ant the cutwater went BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness e
mighty floundering of the scales, or an ex- through amid the shoals of OIl, some of the '
cannot be bought for less than $2B.
breakfastone
poaed nail on the side of the boat which broke descendants[ of whloh w. had for
some of the threads and let part or all of the morning while we were encamped on the at retail. But we are willing, q :
and. John
VDU9ING captives the deep escape in to their natural beech ot buutltul Oalile Jamie not In order to Introduce It, to \QP .;
element. And hardly anything is more hat no time! to RO ashore. They were .,
J>-r wn ? $ | ifflPlANO FACTORIES Yoking than to nearly land score or a hundred pro* flshlng for fun. a* you and I do In summer SELL ONE SET ONLY .f> ... :
TONE.TQUCHFiUsfl of trophies from the deep and when you time. It was their Uvallhoat\ and[ that of to $ tA
mendei- their nets one person as a \ 0' w
families. They
V49lr
are in the full glee of hauling In the spotted ;
AN treasures through some imperfection of the where they were, In the ship, sample for ""r:
D I T net they splash back into the wave. "Oh." s'ivs some one "I mean to get my t\ (),..-. "'\ .
WORLD'"TERRE 1'his is too much of a trial of patience for net mended, and I will (ro down to the public/ $16.50. v () j
most fishermen to and library, and I will see whit the scientists say + !"
endure man "
ordinarily correct of speech in such many oirciun- about evolution and about 'the survival ot / w t: Jb .;;:: ,

stances comes to an intensity of utterance She fittest,' and I will read Dp what the { ,, .W:1 :
unjustifiable. Therefore no good fisherman theologians say about"advanced thought.* 1 V & A" ..4o{ ,, !t .
considers the time wasted in will leave the :v b .\ d"" ,,1
that is
--- spent ship awhile and will go ashore ,,/ 'Io" ": 1 1
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HAUTE ," mending his net. Now the Bible again and and stay there until my not Is mended." Do ( / J"d' : "1 .tW
NEWPORT again represents Christian workers as fishers that, my brother and you will have no net .. tJ40' '\ :i :-';' ,
of men and we are aU sweeping throughthe left. Instead of their helping you mend \
sea of humanity some kind of a net. Indeed your net they wlU steal the pieces that re- I" if$ ; > t'! Z ,, '
I there have been enough nets out and main. Better stay in the Gospel boat, where / ).
enough fishermen busy to have landed the you have all the means for mending your / 6 t. o "' f.\: .. '
whole human race In the kingdom of God net. What are they, do you ask I answer # heva;'o oa...;:,,?eP i'.. ,
long before this. What is the matter The all'ouneed you have whore you are, namely .
Gospel is all right, and it has been a good a liible and. place to pray. The more you ; :
time for catching souls for thousands ol study evolution, and adopt' what Is callcxl' f

year Why, then, the failures The trou advanced thought, the bigger fool you will ,THIS 13 ONE OF THE 40 8TYLEO WHICH WE MAKE
ble is with the nets, and most of them need, be Stay In the ship ana mind" your net.
to'be mended. I propose to show you what That is where James the son of ZeboJoe anti .0
is the matter with most of the neta and bow John his brother staid That Is whore all Q / .c
,to mend them. In the text old Zebedee and who get their nets mended stay. o ::0: I
his two boys, James and John, were doing a These dear brethren of all denominations, III F j r- ..p,
good thing when they sat iu the boat mend. afflicted with theological: Idiots" bad better q ;
0 ,S
Fug their net*. go to mending: nets instead of br caking them. #" f
'i be trouble with many of our nets Is that Before they break up the oM ruligion and 0", .
the m80lhetlilre too large. If. fish can !get try; to foist on ui a new religion let them gf a A. ;.... [ j
worn ills and half his body through the net through sojia great saoritloa for God thai Z lit Z ,' I
be tears and rends aud works his way nil prove them worthy for snot a work, ', I
.. out and leaves the place through which he takiuj the advlos of Tallerrai 1 la a Min g ,1z" ,
-.N. squirmed a tangle of broken threads. The who wanted to upset the religion of Jaiui a: Illi I
[patent applied for] Bible weaves faith and works right together Christ and[ start a new one, when hi said
the law and the righteousness In<1foralvenefll. be crucified/ and than rake '"I" {
This: In one of the most oonrsnlsnt jjleasur* and business vehicle for ths Inwysr, Gospel (do and your.lffrom dl : [!
inell man or farmer on earth. Owing to the construction of the body Some of our nets have meshes the grave' the third day P Those who IjI j
it i. twy ,,/ at thesame} time very durable, and 1* the II...". so wide that the sinner floats in and out and propose to mend their net by secular sleep. w 01. I
.0..... pleafurt, or butinttt vehMt on the.narket.A is not at any moment caught for the hea venl v tical; books are just lake A man who has just
No. l Os, STAR GEAR! SPINDLE BODY. k
WRITTEN GUARANTEE GIVEN ON EACH VEHICLE. landing. In our desire to make everything!; one week for fishing, and< six of the days he KimiUL WOOD ri.iiim, on PAIXTBD. '
Tin CUU'l Cut liUai, cut stUcbti w aitacbri OKI lOOTTl Writ for Idea Ajrcti VuM. so easy, we relax, we loosen we widen. ''We spends rending lack Walton's "Complete
let men after they are once in the Gospel ne Angler,"and Wheatley's "!tod and Line," Built on Honor. Entirely different from Cheap Western. .
TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE AND BUGGY CO., Terra Haute,In escape into the world and go Into Indulgence) and Hcott's Fishin2! In Northern Waters," Work. Live Dealers wanted. Territory given.K ,]
.- and swim all arouni Galilee, from north side and Pullman's "Vade Mecum of Fly Fishing l
to south side and from cast side to west all.,' for Trout," and then on Saturday morning, /
I expecting that they will come back again.:' his lost day out, goes to the river to ply his i N OMAN, S TU R T E .VANTLARRABEE !
Wa ought; to make easy for them to gel art, but that day the itch will not bite.. and
C S Into the kingdom of God, and, as far as wa late on Saturday night he goes home with ;:
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== -1-T: 'KttlSMjiM !@i -
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as can make it Impossible for them to get out empty basket and a disappointed heart.
The poor advice nowadays to many is: Meanwhile a man who never saw a big 1-
Y "Go and do just as you did before you were library all his Ufa has that week caught SEND FOR PULL OATALOC"EB.! BIMCHAMTON, Y.A. !

captured for God In I heaven The net wa! with an old fishing tackle enough to supply __ _,__. -, __ -- .---- ;
not Intended to be any restraint or any his own table and the table\ of all his neighbors _
hindrance. What you did before you wire and enough to salt down In barrels for WE ARE IN THE LEAD
a Christian, do now Go to all styles of the long: winter that will soon come in. Alas I I
amusement, read all the styles of books en. Alas I If, when ths our
gage in all the styles of behavior as before life drops on us it shall bsfoundthat we FOR FINE QUALITY AND STYLE OF SPRING VEHJOLES..
i ES you were converted." And so through these han spent our time in the libraries of '
orgtCrtStTOTte meshes of permission and laxity they wriggle worldly philosophy trying to maud our nets, THE MOST FOR THE MONET IS OUR MOTTO t
out through this opening and that opening; and ws have only a few sours! to report at
tearing the net as they go, and soon all the Drought to God through our Instrumtntall- ONE OF '
souls that we expected to land in heaven before tr, while some bumble Gospel fisherman, his LEST
wa know It are back in the deep sea of library made up of a Bible and an almanao,
THIS is the machine that the world. Oh, when we go a-UOIIptllDahIDg shall coma home laden with the remit, his MATERIAL QURCATALOQUES -
let us make it as easy as possible for souls to trophies the souls within fifteen miles ot bU
used in the Office, get in, and as! bard as possible to get out. log cabin meeting house. AND
-SUSP: There should be no rivalry between In the time of great disturbance In Naples
CINCINNATI Courtroom, and for reporting churchill Each one does work peculiar to In 16W Massanlello, a bars footed fishing; WORKMANSHIP 'FULLY IL' I
Quickest itoelf. There should be no rivalry between boy dropped his fijhlng rod and by strange
and Pullman Palace lectures and sermons. minister God never repeats Himself and magnetism took command, that city of six L"U8TRAT.ESWINS.
Ccmpartmeot Ha never makes two ministers alikeand sack hundred thousand souls. lIe took off his fish I
Sleeping Cars through without change, While its speed Is greater than any one bas a work that no other man In the Ing jacket and put on a robe of gold In the
making direct connection other known method it is so simple universe can accomplish It fishermen are pretence of howling mobs II. put his hand OUR LINE. .
: wise, they will not allow their net to entangle on his lip as a signal, and they wars rent. '
IncENTR.\LUNIoNST, LOUIS that 1L intelligent person can gain a or if they accidentally get inter Ha waved his ban away; from him, and they SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTENf 101. f
and with Through carlines speed of zoo or more words per minute twutcd, the work of extrication should be retired to their homes. Armies pasted In review
And the WEST, kindly and gently conductei. What ago! in five six
weeks
forCHICAGO or without the spectacle for men and angels! when on our Idol. The rapid rise and complete supremacy '
and the aid of an instructor. Circulars and recent dedication day ministers of all da- of that yoanR fl htlrmaD, Maasanlello, bas! no I WORK IB THE WORK TO BUY.

NORTHWEST, testimonials sent to all who mention nominations stood on this platform and parallelm aU history. But something equalto
wished for each other widest prosperity and that and better than that is an everyday ; '
also with through car DETROIT this paper. UHfuInoat, but there are cities in this country occurrence la heaven .BRIDGEWATER CARRIAGE CO.
lines for where there is now going on an awful God takes some ot those, who In this world

BUFFALO aDd Points in Canada E. T. PIERCE, FAYETTE, OHIO, ripping and feuding and tearing of fishing were fishers of men, and who tolls very. :eq..A..NOxm: V.A.. I
and the East. neta. Indeed, all over Christendom at this humbly, but because of the way they mendel .
time there I is war between their and their nets after they --- --- ------ ----- -1'
Ouly ono change; of cars Sole Agent for U. S. and Canada. a great Iolnlon neta employed : tCu
fishermen ministers against minister. wars mended, ant suddenly< hoists them and
NEW ORLEANS How I have noticed a man cannot tUb and robe them and scepters them and crowns
Meridian, fight at the same time. Ha either neglects them and makes them rulers over cities, and
Jackson, Vicktburir, Points in i bis net or bis musket It 1s amoslng how lie marches armies ot saved ones before them
AND T1IE moon time some of the fishermen have t* la review, itas-anlellos unhonored on earth
TEXAS "tiVEST. I look after other fisherman. It u more than but radiated in heaven. The fisher boy ofJ
I can do to take care of my own net. You anlo soon lout his pow..r. bat tho" people)
Passengers via this line are afforded an THE TRAVELERS, see the wind Is just right< and It is such a of God who kept their nets monde ant
excellent view of Lookout Mountain and good time for fishing ant: the fish are com rlhtlYI""olr: ", them stall never low their ex

surrounding Historic Scenery. Jacksonville, Florida.The ing In so rapidly that I have to keep my eye alMd place, but shall reign forever an t woe '
and band busy. There are about two hun and< aver Keep that reward sight.
dred million soul wanting to get Into the Uut do not sn" nl ;your time tUbluz with TflC r9
B. C. RAY, 8. E. Pass. A;., Atlanta kingdom of God, and it will require all the boot and line. Why dil hoG Jam,., the son
Oa. Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar net and all tha boats and all the. flsberinea of Zatedee. sit oa the wharf at Cant his feat
of Christendom to banging over the lake and with a long pole
.f.'yl&l1d them.
MULLANEY Div. Pas*. Agt. streets Jacksonville Fla. A brick
D. J. new Ob, brethren of ministry! Let III.pmd: and a worm ql1 the book dipped into the
Chattanooga.D. hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and our time in fishing! instead of ft G. EDWARDS, G. P. & T. A.. steamboat laDdiD a. Especially adaptedto If I angrily jerk not across your net, ant be caught Why did not Zeb l.. spend bis _
CINCINNATI 0- transie bu .ne... Elegantly furnished ;you jerk angrily across mine, ws afternoon trying to eaten one self No; that STORES SHEARS Ilrnvts.
rooms, single or en suite. Table wiU lOOn hTtwo broken! nets ant no ttsb. work was too slow. Tbaas men war not INSIST U51 : .
The French hook and line they wire mend w
revolution nearly destroyed the mending ; Fgl1
THE a i good as the bust. This hotel was built, French fisheries, and ecclesiastical war is In{ their nets. Ho lat the church of God nut l ON YOUR
furnished and operated aa a $3.00 a day the worst thing possible while hauling souls be content with having hers on* sou SEnD10DSF V
NEW LEVER SAFETY bouae; rules are now reduced to $3.00 a into the kingdom. I hid hoped that the and nail month another soul brought into TOREKEEP UP pox F

day, while the service U better than ever. millennium wa about to dawn, but tie lion I the kingdom. Sweep all the seas with net ETTING THCM
is yet too fond of the nets, I.A.( drag nett, all snaompasting Yl .
Breakfast from 6 to 9; lunch from 11:30 lamb. My friends.: I i coop nets %iHQLYOKE MASS.
notice in the text that Jama.*, the soiTof neta-anl take the treasures itby \ FOR YOU : e ,
to 2:80: ; dinner from 5:30 to 7:30. Thisis Zabadea, and John his brother, war busy hundred and thoun a and: millions,.
the only hotel In Jacksonville\ serving not mending somebody..... note but mead- nations ba bora lea day,and the bamlsphorasqutka !
regular meal at these hours. All othersare wwhd own nets, and I rather think! that with the Weal of a ransomin God.
at least one hour later. Use thefruelers' are en azed in Christian work ia De yon know wont wdl bs the two mat 1
thll latter part of the nineteenth tremendous hours In our heavenly existence'
C3a&nrJ'wW
omnibus
the
ticket save 29 require all our spars time to mead our Among the quadrillions of ages which shall a .at
I tents each wa1.BURTON. Own nata God help usa tbs Important roll on, wins two oaoistoai; will be to us the .I .

K. BARR8. Rio this work of reparation w*need to put; greatest Tn day of oar arrival. there will be to us t.

Into the nets mora threads of common on**. oa of the two greatest. Tbs sjoood great
,IO Proprietor. When *? '** present religion as a great **t. I think, win be the day when w* shall A J'AGON ? I
practicality w*will catch a hundred souls have pat in parallel line before us what U\VANT
.. where now ws catch on*. Present raligioaas Christ did for us ant what w*did for Christ :
intellactuabtv and w* will faU. Out _ih*one so greet, tbsothir so Wtl. That I- We dav wagons buggies, surreys. High cni| as fight "
.r OUR NEW IMPROVED SINGER in the fisheries there are set across the will b*the only .nborrsnnat in b- IIII. [ beautifully finished u, mod.rniud.:
; do and durable stylish, u
The PERFECTION of SIMPLICITYand water what My Lord: ant my (h'Vlast will we strong __
HIGH ARM \
THIS 8TYI.I.oNLYas.Oo ar.aUedgN net. andUjeflsi I < fife
placed honor by own c
or POWER. will whaa OB one side are fioduct. Built oo I
ECONOMY a put their had through th nteshes. and tbea woa* wa say and ourem.U nuuufartur* can .
for us
/
Mcrldoj
20 CnA.IN NO GEARS. t; suns caught: by withdraw the gills.than But fill because net cannot they are be the Saviour's saorUJew great far Iilm-al band eLJ, end Ills experience. honesty to U know our po&yi Writ prompt M.shipment Costs our ) t
bF of service humiliation. His agoaU on one 'r< VARIABLE STROKE only two sets :=: nsver any aught for M the reunion truth* work.their Man are our poor: weak, losafllJtant HCl'IAc4e 011 the nothing May JaJ to business by and by Send for our t I ,I
eX by bead; is contrast lsea 0"""
of Revolving Bearings. P41 f "' :::11 1* by the heart or not at alL 1(0 argument waal other nlnc To lee make usaulokly the mead our .eM .04 I bIoue. H b tree to every reader U this paper Dio II
Best Hill Climbing and all around .. ver saved a and < yJA..
e> man up keen analysis eve lib the OaWuD iharinan may..be d bunion Wagon Co Binghunton, N. Y.I. .
Safety made.C1.A.'r.ALOGvJD I !1" s Ilea $ a man into ths kingdom o( God. to oose sham oa the rllla eWe of I ?
.. \j helped
Plo work, not bead work. with :
3lTtEE. ; your ciJllIIQl Sympathy blpf Away Bins**, eonsolalioo. the ship.gioni! "BUILT FOR BUSINESS. j'

2WH love are Us nammof some ot the of uneasiness among the nativesIndia or
\ g thread that w*Bd to wean. in oar Gospel remarked ta many plows i tat" .
H. B. SMITH MACHINE CO. LETS a. CO L IU.d'EITS nets when ws are mending thato. the late were disaster\ at WaAlpuI'- lath weab :

CURED. r.-;=.... Again ill mendin t our nits ws -s also about the streets of Pal & cbaotamlrnottmalsntraia 1. _
LACE to put ia the thraad ot faith and, tsar out all "lteauoye yo.Jr II"nUD- L
SMITHVILLE a TRIAL SOTTLIL ... .< piece'a
thstaarladnvvhasof will
nbeli Oar work I II bed the potter' mill
W"J:&
,,o.eO: a.aa..AcIW1 -...... SDCcsssral according to our faith. TU moo + IT 1 which w.. our4 just i alW* w*
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& 'THE"'EAST COAST ADVOCATE FRIDAY MAY 29, 1M1.f cJ

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President W. B. 'BABNirrf, Vice-Prosident;
pBircttAKO, j
JAMES :
,- THE EAST COAST ADYOCATE ...? on to tell of certain: families who decision ate reached, there 1 patting glass is a frequent Indulgence W. M. Biiowjf, C Rbler.
of
have been driven from the town in doubt the Commission will be sustained and the spirit' good
fellowship prevail. and the law.
A WlHttr Jet*!'At I>VOTED: TO nit oaorrasr tEL" question by unkind treatment We in the great majority of maker feels himself rich and at INDIAN RIVER STATE BAM

Or TRa WORTH ITOtA"?MTBB lon. >5OLAKC would accord the, communicationspace cases. Instead of abolishing the peace with all the world, then in J

in this issue but the name Railroad Commission the farmers those dreamy tnoments,'tax reform (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

Office: Washington Avenue, 'Titnsvllle, of the writer is not appended, and should have protected themselves and the more important measuresof Authorized capital $ 1 OO.OOQ
rushed
Indian River, Florida. we cannot break our iron-olad) rule by passing a J law preventing the the session cold will be : -. Paid up capital, $25,000'
the calculating %
through by ,
in regard to anonymous communi rulings of' the Commission being legislators who will remain calm -- I \, Average deposits, $100,000!

HJBLISHED EVERY FBIDAT. cations. interfered with or delayed by an under such circumstances and

appeal as at present. take advantage of the opportunity --.-- Transacts a General Banking

ANOTHER railroad pow-wow has to pass laws to their liking.It ?

DWred stTERMS the Tltt!',Mall vllle)Iatter.Pl1llttlll\e U Second.CAI been held at Cocoa. The Public THE PRESENT LEGISLATURE. will be months afterwards Business.

$ririt once more announce that it when our erstwhile law-makers are :
I their cotton plowing their rh and Oldest Bank
picking Largest on the
Hfoa
will be built at once, and yet we I The assembly of agriculturalists
InvurUblr Advance II I fields, or pruning their groves 'mid
feel that the beet assistance we can at Tallahassee have not succeeded
Br Chock, Postal Onlrr, nr One and Two Cent the tranquil surroundings of nature i
rotitage Stamp. render the project is to question in satisfying the expectations of that they will realize how DIRECTORS f
their constituents in
fate Year .*}"J/ its certainty. The proper way to their efforts much they might have done for : ( Bnnknf
11I a: Uonde .. at law ranking.! It was well said Jacksonville), W. B. GRAHAM and
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Months,...... .*/ > stimulate themselves and their brethren I W' Ji.
IIIlII\'le Thiw ........................... IiO a man or community to by the press of the State before the which did not do and the ?$' Known.
Bent\ to anyyAci YreM In U. B.or Canada, !Prepaid do its best Is to question their present legislature convened that fact will they dawn them, that as rl Seaboard National CORRElIeoNDENTa Rank of New York and
upon -
and their whatever praise or National flank of Jacksonville. aj
ability, by touching pride censure mightbe
law-makers not
rditor.............. WALTER B. GRAHAM. stimulate their best elforts. We due that body for its action nt they were a conspicuous rl "US"TILL, FLA.
success. ,_._
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... the -- ---- -
ioclatElltor & Manager, .C. U WALTOS.do coming session would be credited ) ---------- --- -- ----" ------
therefore say that we do not believe The legislature which adjourned -
to the Alliance.
the road will be built duringthe The farmers have I two years ago accomplished very NOTICE.
a large majority
,Mione do not of our hold corwaponilenta onrsclvM r* pon, hut lhle n t,'e for claim thee coming season, and we say this in both houses and it is their little work.leave The' present legislature IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
will laws much
the
I as NOTICE will be sold at Public Auction on the ((1st( ) First Day of June
communication. A. D.
the right to reject any after having had an opportunity tocrossexamine ; power to enact benificial or (]('tri-
it found them, except here and ((1891) Eighteen Hundred and Ninety One, at the Court House at Titusville, In'tb;
Cimmnnlratlonn plainly on one for nine ptiMloatlon of the paper mniit only IMS ,writ.two and the promoters of the are 1Iental1aw8 as they see fit. They there-a step: backward, and the County of Brevard, in the Mate of Florida, or so much' thereof as will bo necessary:

ehnnld,10 every case be, accompanied by the project, as well as those representative also in position to terminatethe record of the Alliance which was to pay the amount due for Town Taxes herein set opposite the same,, together
nerewarllv for
writer'* tiresome Senatorial deadlock with the costs of sale and advertising.
but i guarantee
publication as of good faith; men who to it looked forward to with eo much
expect give whenever they feel disposed to do

their support.TilE so ; that is if harmony prevails hope legislature will be a adjournes disappointment.The next. Owner. I Dcsciiptlon. I Amount.H .

ADTEnTIll KATESl within their ranks, and it should
prevail unless there is something week. It is too late to expect any Q Hawley lot 7 Wager's sub-division block A... ... $210
PER YaALfine Public spirit says that those in their thing at this session, but hope Unknown n of lot 1 block B. .. . ... .. ... 00

Inch.......................1000 who.signed the petition for a wrong organization and springs eternal in the human UnknownW lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and Mock F. ... .,.. 15 75
Two Inch ........>.............. woo discipline or with their leaders lots and 10 des deed book J '
...,.... breast. We will look forward A Rowland part 8 page
TbTeeInch,.......... .. 20.00 change in the mail route have
Four Inch,.....................,.21100/ arrayed Having the ability to do much, with the 327 block F..... .... 2 Z
Five Inch,or Quarter Col.,...... 30.00 themselves against Mel what has the Alliance done? The anticipation to meetingtwo Unknown lotl block J.. .. ...", .. .. ... ....... 45'
Half Column,......u...,....:... /MOO years hence, and it rests with Unknown '' toil block K,11.. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. 120
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.................. bourne. This could Senatorial question is still unset
Whole Column, .looooFor not have been thevoters of the State whether the Unknown lot 3 block K.. .. . .... .. .. .... 120
Six Months,divide the yearly rate by two the intention of many who signedthe tied and absorbs the' attention of next legislature will be an improvement Unknown lotsesubdivotblock4at..1 .. 60

mid add 10 pal cent.. document in question. They those who should be carefully con- over that which is about to Geo Weiser lot 10, e sub div of block 4.. ... .... 120
b giderlng the affairs of the State UnknownJ lot 6, old block 4 as per map of Titusville 75
Tat Three Months, divide the yearly rate writer of this certainly did not intend and of her people.. pass into history. W S Adams w | of lot 2, block 5. ) ... .. .. .... 2 25

four anti add 80 per cent. to do 'committed We do Unknown lot 2, block 6., .. ... ... ... .. .. .. .. .. 7 50
not find fault with the
Local Advertisements, Ten Cent Per , Each: Insertion. a grave error by subscribing our failure to elect Call, but why have Which we promised to complete this 1(1'1M Wilbur lot 3, block.. '.'.. .. .. .. ..'.i,... 400
In "Local News" console ourselves they not centered on somebody-on Unknown lot 1, block 10. .. "... ... . ... ... 45
) not name we with week
nisi Heading,Five Cents Matter I'er Line Each Insertion. one of their own brethren. Senator are unavoidably held over untlll Mrs M E Titus, agent?.". lot 2, block 14... ... ... .. .. ... .., 75
eolmmu the fact that it is human; our next Issue.
to err, Call has been a friend of the Unknown > lot4blockl4/ .. 120
Legal Advertisements at Legal Batea.I and a number of otherwise sensible A C Gardner > lot 7, block 14. .. .. .... .. .. ..OJ OJ.. OJ.. 120
above rates are for one edition perweek. farmer and of the people ; his record In almost every neighborhood Unknown lot 0, block 18... ,..,OJ .u .. .. .. .. .. 45
An.the men were guilty of the same is in line with the principalsof throughout the west there Is some one Unknown lots, block 21...... .... ..,," .. ... OJ. 23

% mistake. It will be now in order the Alliance, and yet if that order or more persons whose lives have been Unknown lot 4, block 22...., .... .. .,. /... .,;. .. 23
1:1I": "-nills collected monthly. Unknown lothblock21./,1;
cannot unite for his election 23
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,etc., be made payable to "Graham for someone to explain that those the who has saved by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Unknown lot ?, block 22..... .. ., ..:. .... .. .. ., 30
a Check Walton." may who refused to sign the petition man fought so many and Dlarrhcoa Remedy diarrhoea or who have Unknown lots, block 22.... .. .. i.., ... ... 30
battles for the principals for which been cured of chronic by It. Unknown lot 0, block 22...., .. .. .... ..'.. .... .1,. 30
ff Merchant and all others whom we are have arrayed themselves againstEaU they contend, and who has provoked Such persons take especial pleasure in Unknown lot 12, block 22.. .. ... .. .. ., .. !... 23
Indented will oblige us by presenting their bills Gallic. In our humble opini the bitter resentment of corporations recommending the remedy to others. 0 J Hector lot 10, Robbins & Graham's addition.. 45
the lit of every month for prompt settlement. The praise that follows Its introductionand UnknownUnknown lot 10 & 7, Robbins & Graham's addition
on the signing or refusal to sign is and their promoters by his use makes It very popular. 23 and e i lot 21, Bobbins A; Graham's addition 30
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no evidence of malice toward either course, may as well be droppedand 60 cent bottles for sale by Dixon A; Unknown lot 22 A; 23, Robbins &; Graham's addition 30

Address all communications to some worthy member of the Gray 1341 Unknown lot 84, Joynerville... .. .... ... ., .. 03
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, :Melbourne or Eau Gallic, and per order selected to receive his man Unknown lot 60,'Joynerville.. .... .b .. ., .. .. 08
sonal feeling need not nter into tle. Malabar.The B Godfrey lot 23, Rerdell's addition.. .... ., :.. to 13
TiTfsviLLE, FLOEIDA. Unknown lot 25, Rerdell's addition... :.... .. .... 13
P.O.Box,4-1. the matter, as we said. However, It is due the people of the State Unknown lot 20Rerdell'saddition1 .... ... .j.. 45

human Judgment is prone to be at that the farce be concluded, and school here l is progressing nicely. Unknown lot 31, Rordell's addition.... ... .... ... 15
TO A. M.Indian the responsibility for its contiu- Miss Bell Is a good teacher. Unknown lot 39 and.40, Rerdell's addition. .. .. .. 30
1 fault, and we bow to' the riper ex- ance must rest with the Alliance Mr. O. W Damon has not had much Unknown lot 49, Rerdell's addition..... .. ,. ..,'. 15ot
perience and more mature judo I Geo Mackenzie S3, Rerdell's addition...., ., ... ,, .. 15
River Lodge, No. 00, Free and Have they no member among themfit use for his artesian well, for it has rained Unknown lot 116, Rerdell's addition..,.. .. .... 160
Accepted Masons, hold their meetings ment of Cocoa's efficient post to don the Senatorial toga? almost every day for a week. Robbins &; Graham lots CO, 61 A; 64, Rcrdell's addition". .. 45
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on the FRIDAY on or before Full Moon, master and editor.. Thinking men are being forced to Mr. C.'E. Dakin is hiring work doneon Unknown lot 07, Rerdell's addition... .. v... .. .. 15
t730 p. m., In Masonic Hall, In the In- this conclusion. Czar I Unknown lot 1, Fisher's addition to Titusville

dian'River State Hank building, Tltu. is not. It is one Rogers of the leading certainly his place, and the prospects of his block B..4... .... ... ... ..t. .. "; 1$
vlle TURn very desperate criminals having a pretty place'are many Indeed. Unknown lot 1, block C Fisher's addition...., ... 15
Visiting brethren are cordially invitedto tenets of the Alliance that the Unknown ot 5, block C Fisher's
addition.,.. ..
Mr. E. W. Sch is 15
attend. -among them Cook, the life convict : office should seek the man, and uyler making many Unknown 1 tract of land bounded n by R &; G add'e ?

'WALTER S. GRAHAM, W. M. from Titusville-took French this does not fit brother Rogers. Improvements on his place, and the prospects by Canaveral st, s by Tropic st, w by

JOSEPH MENDELL, Secrety. leave from the 'convict near His Combination with the Chipley of his having a pretty place are Unknown 1 tract DeLeon st... .. ... .. ,... .. ,.. .. .. 450
camp of land bounded
many. s n by Broad st, e
Farmer'H Alliance. Fort White last week. A few crowd and attempt to carry the ;.1 by Canaveral, a by R & G add to Ti
votes of his faithful followers :Mr. R. C. Creech and family left here I tusville, w De .
I by Soto st..., .. .... ,4 60
TKusville Lodge of the Farmers alliance months ago the notorious Peter against their convictions, and his today, en route for Tropic, where they Alfred Smith, guardian w i of n e J except land of Jones and

meets regularly on the first and Reddick, who was entrusted to the violent opposition to Senator Call were unexpectedly called to see Mrs. Ronald's 67 acres,6 25
of each month at the E H Harris s part lot 1, 14 acres.. ... .. ...
third Saturdays care of the State for twenty years, will never be forgotten by the fair- Creech's nephew who is lying very ill at L Whltlock lot 7, Morrow's addition .. .. 3 70
Court House. Visiting members of the to Titusville.... 00
order are invited to attend. tired of his sojourn at the turpentine minded and conservative membersof his home. Florida Rawlamg Oannlnc ComnanvW .!-- -.. representing houses on the wharf..... 3 00

farm, and left abruptly for the Alliance ; and after the pre. -Mr. W. II. Parkin, of Lake Worth, II Boone A lot blocks 2, Coleman's 34 &; 35 and 212 feet of block SO 3 00
sent battle is over their leader will arrived, in town UnknownUnknown addition to Titusville.. 7 60
Ir tbe Railroad Commission is a other scenes Last Sunday two be called to explain the on Monday evening'strain Iota 6, 10, 11 &; 12, Coleman's addition
upon hasty on his home. to Titusville
block
way D.,.. .. *
onleis expense, and has failed tobold negro outlaws with very little ceremony and reckless record he, with so lots 8 &; 9, Titus' addition to TitusvhVe. 1 20 40

the railroads in check why forced the jailer at Talla. many other ambitious politicians, Dixon A Gray the druggist desire C E Campbell part of lei of s e J des deed book L,

should the corporation lobbyists hassee to become a prisoner in their have made during the past few us to publish the following testimonial UnknownW 40 page acres 174.in ... .j... ... j'seo... ...* .... 30
weeks ; and what will the verdictbe u they handle the remedy and believe n w of s e S3 T 211135 3 00
to so anxious to have it abolished stead, while they made their exit PERSONAL PROPERTY.
? The spontaneous plaudit of It to be reliable. I bought a 50 cent bot- Andrews ... .... ... ..
OJ. : .,.. ... .. .. .... ... 60
IT Senator Call is the helpless old from the jail. The numerous reports "well done thou good and faithful tle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and applied II C Cassidy .... .. .. .. .. .". ,,, .1. .,.. ... .. .... .. 1 75

woman Chipley would make us be- of escaping criminals are servant," or a sorrowful yet firm it to my limbs, which have been G Mich C H Curley .... .. ..;... .... .. .... .. .... .... ;... ;. 15
Collins
.... .... .... .... .... ..., .... ..
afflicted with .. .. .
and final rheumatism at intervalsfor .. 30
getting somewhat monotonous andit sentence to retirement. M .
make such E
UCTC why fuss to English ...
a get ...
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is time doneto What has the'present legislature one year. At the time I bought the Andrew Ellenwood .... .. .. .. .. .. .
Aim out of the way? something was being .. .. .. .. .... ...... 45
hold done to merit the approbation of Pain Balm I waa unable to walk. I can Wlley Henry ..... .. .. .. .... ... ..., .. .... .".
those whose .1..11.. 15
negligence the people? Instead of devoting truthfully say that Pain Balm has com- E H L B Hersey .......... .... .... .... ... .. ;. .. .. .... 75
permits such occurrences responsi- JenningsSamuel .... ......... .... .. .. .. .. ... .
Ir is rumored that the Indian their time to the consideration of pletely cured me. B. H. FAKE, Holy James .1 ... ,. 75
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Hirer Steamboat Co. will muster pIe. A St. Augustine jury has important measures, it has squandered wood, Kan. Mr. A. B. Cox, the leading W B Kellix .... ..... .... .... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15

its entire fleet on the lower river tolttave just turned over Campbell, the its time and taken part in a druggist at Holywood, vouches for the John MillerI MyersJ ....l. .. .... .. .. .... .. .. .... .. .. ....'t.... 15 15

murderer of Mamie Josephs to the political feud. The only measures truth of the above statement le.n M Mabbette ..,. .... .... .... .... ., .... .... ..,.. .... 75
the pineapple and also ........ .... .... ....
crop passed have been a few bills Thos .. ..., .... ..,. .... 75
ran the St. Lucie River. custody of the State for life, and grant. McNulty .... .... .... .... .... ..,. .... .... .......
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up Every shall ing land franchises and special W H GLEASON & CO Brock RevelsW ..., .... .... ... .... .... .... .... ... ....
not be six .
we 75
effort will be made to show the surprised, priviledges to new corporationsand J S H Watson Walsteln .... .... .... .... .1.. .... .... .. ... 30
& Co 11.,1
pineapple growers that under the months hence, if we hear of that increasing those granted to ATTOUNEYS IN LAND CASES. Sidney Wilbur; 460

management the monopoly intends individual emigrating to another older ones by former legislatures, TK.v!'

State. This subject is worthy of or extending the time allowed themto TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED -
to be
obliging. Verily a lit- consideration by the legislature. perform their part of the con. AND PERFECTED. B. A. CIRCLE City Tax Collector.
tie competition has had a healthy tracts entered Into with the State.

effect.It! The.tendency has been to foster Abstracts Furnished and Re-Snmys .

TUB Railroad Commission has and encourage those monopolieswhich Obtained.
SUBSCRIBE
FOR "THE
EAST "
it gratifying to note the hare made hundreds of rulings in the have already done so muchto COAST ADYOCATE
Defective Homestead
and
molly of the majority of our citizens interest of the people which will retard and blight Florida, and Entries Corrected and Pefected.P -EmptlOD

with Council on the question ultimately, give relief to those who handicap the farmer. They have, Claims Adjusted before the Depart
or at least the lower house has, ment at TWO. F.
Washington. L
.f clearing the vacant lots In the have been treated unjustly by railroad passed a bill abolishing the Railroad Correspondence solicited. 16 Ga; : ,

Vuilt-up portion of town. Some of companies. The work and Commission-our only hopeof EAU GALLIE FLA. e

tae largest property owners have benefit of 'the Commission is not relief from corporate aggression WHOLESALE

already began work on their lots. apparent because it has only beenin and extortions. GROCER,
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.. Pine &
They have dipped into financial Cypress LumberOF
Tfiis action of
our aldermen seems existence a few years. Most of
legislation and framed an impracticable .
tb meet with popular approval and its rulings have been defied and law intended to control the ALL KINDS, Flour, Tobacco and Fancy Butter Specialties

they should have no hesitancy in fought by the railroads, and the loaning of money which will drive ROUGH OR DRESSED. ,

acting firmly if opposition should questions involved have been car. capital from the State and retard Shingles Lath Orange Pineapple

la manifested in a few isolated Fled to the Supreme Court. That its development and progress. The SA..N'P"OR.D, PT. A...

ewe*. tribunal is three years behind in day for adjournment I. at hand, & Vegetable Packages. .
and in the rush of the finish when I

received its ,work, hence many rulings both houses resolve themselves Into BUTTER & CHEESE in Cold

wk a communication made by the Commission, as mutual admiration societies; It will pay parties who contemplate Storage
building to call on, or address us. Mill
signed "Melbourne," by a pro. ; far back as three years ago have when a vote of thanks is about to at DeLeon Springs. The Only Cold Storage in South Florida. Correspondence ..

party owner of that place saying never gone into effect because of be given, the speakers for their Orden promptly filled. respectfully

that our article of last week voiced the delay secured by the railway uniform fairness and courtesy Chandler & Landers, solicited .
etc. and and
compliments
CBe sentiments of many of Mel.lhoarne's companies by an appeal, but when eulogistic empty speeches are about to P. O., THE SPRINGS, FLA.

citizen The letter goes the numerous cases waiting for a become the order of the day; when / L. Casper, Agttt, Tropic, Flo m mCONTRACTS TOBACCOS, : SOAPS & PEARIINE. {:: .

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ABVOCATE FRIDAY MAY 29, 1891. I
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_1LLE,SEVILLE POULTRY, FLA.. FARM, :I :' 'IF 'YOU : ARE HOT, WE CAN COOL YOU .\ & f




)I Cooler 4 ,

Poultry of Every Description. With a Refrigerator Ice Cream Freezer, Etc, :.


_ I., with Screen Wire green & galvanized ; Window 'd Door Frames.

1ES1I EGGS F..lXCT'STOCK. At the same time Protect You from Mosquitoes ,


yy nOTE]. TRADE A Sp>:CIALTY. F. T. BUDGE, T'; .ttlsville: % Fltti '


'a by wire filled same day received. -- = f r

rite fob particulars and prices.

_ 10 P. 8. JOHNSTON: Manager through: an Indian trail between Fort Notice. II. It OLMSTEAD,

---- McCray and Pelican Like, through a In.. the Circuit Court for the 7th Judicial I .

dense yards saw:to the grass'first, four open or five; ( hundred. The Circuit of! Florida, in and for Urcrant. The Pioneer Dealer In INDIAN BERC !: L MBER

LaGrange. glades:( are very narrow at this place, as county, .1. 1) 1S9I. In Chancery.CHARLE GENERAL MERCHANDISE
the pine woods and Okerchobeo are IB A. SMITH') ,
vs. I hill for Divorce '
IW, close proximity to each other All you LAURA lIII'TR. ) :
gfft our orange growers are busy workIpovc'r !g* In a southeasterly direction they it 5ppeAcby tile 1,11of com- Eau Gallie. OJ.\l.lP..A.J: l. :1.

their groves, und the prospect gradually widen out; as you 1cgin to get WUKREA9&, Ned In tile above entitled :iicorpor ;:

.livery[ goal crop is very flattering. opposite Pelican lake yon ran readily see cause, sworn to l>y complainant; and that the I keep In Stork a Choice viutety of .. (tied, 1 ol). Q8Ch, :189t: .: '
consideringthe l Laura Smith, rcHliles withoutthe -
there !isfonsldcrablecturrnt, ; KH|hi| defendant ',:
I.A through with his monlh'iK it has to through the sawgrass. State of .Klorlila, and that she I* over thenaonf onontn!I 1I.\nbWAm,
rome ; way ooze .. and that the plmfi of \ (TUS\OLLE FLA. ; '
twent> ne tears s.
K Titusvllle, and is at home again; As you get well down the glades the renlilenre of ilefnnilnnt. i s unknown,and that cnOCKEIl'I'OlU ARTICLES: ETC .
been sete there are numerous little lakelets. All paid lilll I*Sled for the {mrixwc of procuring: a And will l'lII"\ Low an the Lowest.Call ------ -
l ays he feels like ho ha just are small There is oocnwonMly A channel li'i-rpo of divorce Ix-twpfn the romplolnant amiilrfemlant. COMPLETE STS Chi 01" ," {,
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It l< therefore, ordered that the and examine my Stock.
I to be found but not of much length. < paid ilefembint, lAura Smith, .In appear and Ho-li '
Boat art
much-needed rain bas come at Those channels are leading the water answer raid till) at the rlrrk's cirtlre, In Tltu- Skiff Lumber ,
In southeasterly direction, all indications vlllo,Hrevard county KlortiUi. on or liefore the J. E. ENDER & CO" ,
and we have had several refreshing{ a Intended "th ilny of June A. n.IRIII. nrnalit hill will betaken Brick Lime '\ '
; to prove that: Is the way nature sgnin.tpaid! defendauta.eonfes.cd. Cement Fire.Brick ''I
avers, much to the joy of all-tin the vast amount of water fromOkeechobee It I In further orilereil thit the notlreof! thin 'W'atolimo.l: :: crs F
liners I to go--.Jupitercreek, Snook I order l especially. ANuMANUFACTURING Mouldings Lath and :
... months the KART "A"T AmooATK a new- Shingles ,
Julte a large lot of freight came In creeketv river and others conveyingthe I 1"1"'r pnhllnhedinTitusville, llreraril\ county, JEWELERS x
waters lute the Atlantic ocean. : 'Inrll'a' ,
hnrsday belonging to Mrs. Goodwin. I have never Wen able to find a firm Ordered at Coinnliers, in Dfl-anil. Fla., this Brackets Pickets Turned Work. '
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:Seth day of Kebruary, A. I). IKtil..lout. rritu Yille. Fin E 4
>,has commenced keeping house; amt foundation to tho pl.ulex; It is so soft n IIIHWMK. r. :EXouses rrnmod: : to .
are much with their now sur- or mucky that it is no trouble to run a Jute of the Circuit Court, 7th Judicial C'lrrnltof 01.c.'I.cr.
1, pleased ten or fifteen loot pole out of sight. Florida. Repairing IIf Kino and Complicate d __ _. H. HANSON Munntror.:
|ndings.Irs. The vegetation thowllt to be very rich.I the I certify order of that itnhllration the foresolnfr made:In I*this a true case.copy of Watclies; netting of Diamonds: anti othcl .:......

AlbinftBrady and daughter Mrs think to make a success of draining Titusvllle, 515., March 2nd IWit Precious Stones. 1'rofoHHiomil Cnrdn.
wife of enterprising tile rich lands around Okeechobee!: and A. A. STEwART' Clerk. Alligator and Hog Tusks Fnrvedand l 1 I J. :M. Sanders Co.,
N. Ilendry, our n. f. O'rUn: .
that if there was a canal cut Mounted for ranoheatlH, brooches, etc. 8flpApAM
vicinity; emeralui1 : 01':0110&'
Solli'ltor'' fur t mpLilnant. M. ItoiniiMi. {
morning
left Monday )
chant at Mims, from Pelican lake to Lake Worth it Shell Jewelry made. Dcntoni In

t a trip to Jacksonville and vicinity could be easily accomplished. The distance .._tI tI.I eo..> In S. II. Kay's new building, ol'pollihcorner TOU1I1NS A OltAKAM,

I send our best wishes with them. I will not exceed thirty miles. Thisis \\0': .... from Postolliri1. DRY GOODS NOTIONS
comparitlvely short, considering; the ... Prompt attention to all orders by mall ATTOUXEYS-AT-LAW, ,
11 r gardncrs are still quite busy ship- floft and soppy like substance to be gone t. "d; or ot11t'rwllle. 21 nov Titt'sviLLK:, Urcvnrd Co., Florida CROCK Ell V,| t

tomatoes, beans and cabbage; they through. There will be no obstruction! -i! 3 P. o. li lIIX,oo. S.VUDLEllY,
tI
[realizing very fair prices for all but( In the way, such as stumps and snags, 'Eig : Will prartli'e In all thernnntlranf the!Seventh' STATIONERY
much ineouraged only at Pelican lake. There Is a Slough ria HODGES & GODFREY rift'iilt fnrtEaaminlng|>rrin!! ( | ,
latter and are in rllltles iY.Hectliigcllind
and
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K leading from the glades to Lake Worth TUU'. ; FAMILY MEDICINES.
'11 CorrfKimndfliH'" '* mllclti-il from I'laliu
itf garden work. creek. Ithliikan, Investigation by the !!boar: lot Manufacturer of ants and llvlrs to Si;'anl.1t (!rents, QAItDEX SEEDS.

Coleman Mendal and Myen Qkechobee drainage company once .. CHOICI: ouocintiMs '
(asters ; ..7Sen.fwtlaaa V.llnw l.nmhol1 Money to I an. I ,
not long since mad! tha w9rk wlJl speedily begin, athe .aura HAY COHN MAPEh'
scher were out fishing : FERTILIZERS
*' citizens of ,
WII'I terrorize '" ..:;:t uuuiwoinounir
It not
time than (ULDF.N': FINE
t caught more in a short lIoldln g rn e'g D.L. PATENT FLOltlt.Oooocv. .
Caloosahatchee J
'y could possibly use; they were very country w' ''' 1 DIIKSSED! F1or1dnJ. ,
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them out of house and home,, Orange IIox Heads, ATTORNET-T-LA W, ,
e"and fine. We know for we were CHANDLER, In Kissimmee Loader r ro UmI.I Fruit A Vegetable t Crates.
: 5-E Lumber delivered at any part nf Indian River TlTt'SVIU-K, Fi.A.JAS W. '
remembered. .
d1y on tlirniiich bill of Imllnit.: Anyone oontoinpliitInfc Rogers
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Chamberlain's Eye and 8kiaOintment 5. = building:on the East 'OIUOt', would' do wall ,
"! : to
rs.-W. R. Wolfe (and Master Cecil;) p .tlOo". t:= ..-q write for 'r res. The Hnwnilll t In situated on theJ. T. SANDERS DEALER IN CLOTHING
for Kentucky where she 0j' .,T.& K. W. Icy, 1)miles south of 1-alutka. '
; Wednesday the relatlv A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eye, ItI Ants t Coooa,E. Billing j lEan billie, Knpeni A TTOUNEY-A VW, Cents. Furnishing Coeds, Shoes, Hats,
1 spend summer visiting *
Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old h \11I0.1,1; |
She has our best wishes for a pleas Chronic, Sores, Fever, Sores, Eczema, ;111": .d Ot' Satsuma lllghd, IMitnan ('0., Fla. Judicial Will practice Circuit of all lorlda.the Courts of the Seventh Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks, Valises, r

t i time and a speedy return, for she Itch, Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples .A u 1'.O. l ox,235. TiTUSVIILEFLA. FINE CIGARS, Etc.

I be much missed while away. : and Piles It is cooling and soothing. PtRFECTEOCRYSTAL Altree's General Supply Store Money to Loan. I The only IUtll111In town making a spo-fc,, t
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|:Va understand'Mr. J. P. Coats hoi Hundreds cases have been cured by clnlty of O'ntll. Furnishing Goods .., d

atracted for a seven room house to bet it after all other treatment bad failed. LENSES. IliiyWbatonlh I.the place to Mil).! What You lion" Want and T\H. M. I). L. DODSON",* //gSCrSi Drop In Anti examine my stock, and .. i
ranee MANS.Qat1N compare prices Cn.h customers .
com
| np very soon on one of his lots near It is put up in 25 and CO cent boxes. itrA rat 11trtLf, IIAHPWARE, Taints, Olln, Farming Imply mend every consideration Competitors

,i. depot. When it is finished he will Notice to Stockholders.The menU, builders' M. terla,Musical Instruments, SPECIALIST IN OPEUA'TIVE, SURGI. claim to confer .

ove all t>f his family, which we under regular annual meeting of the FURNITURE, and the Ktf" rBOCMS VATOH Call when convenient. First door
which U death to all ntlnri CAL & MECHANICAL DENTISTRY,
and js quite large; but there is lots of stockholders of the East Coast Trans- STOVE, south of ADVOCATE ofllcu.

DUX left for more.. portation Company will be held at the TITtSVII.UJr? FLonlihA.Dlt .
Town Hall In Rockledge on Tuesday the '

Of all lovely sights it has been our 2nd day of June at 10:30 a. m., for the II. L. WILLS:!, DIXON, & GRAY I
pviledge to see lately, is the beautifule purpose of electing a board of directorsand Poaleri "
t >
growing on Mrs. Chaudoin's front transacting other business. PIIYSICIAN & SURGEON
JOSEPH!: PAXTOX, pres. Dregs Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet '
have not the command of {
Very;we Attest A gradually of the University of Pennsylvania -
WALTER S. GRAHAM, sec. 152i
guage to discribe its loveliness, but and' an expuifence of twenty Articles, FIno Soaps, Stationery, ,
Town Ordinance. J. E. ENDER &; CO. In otTers his services to
puld say go and see for yourself. The< years practice, '
the citizens of Titusvllle and vlelnlt JEWELRY,
pht is edifying and well worth anyone'i BE IT ORDAINED That no person shall de- Have exclusive sale of those celebrated SPECTACLES AHKW1NO '
will feel 'well on any of the street or Bide walk I Titusville. OFFICE: OVER J. W. IIOOF.HH t CO.
ne and we are sure they Glasses in MACHINES.
within the Town of Titusvllle or any public
paid. Sorry we forgot the name ofe : square any sweetilng*of any stores, dwelling*, FAULKNER, KELLAM*MOOKE, RUE P ELY Guns, Pistols, Sowing Machine ante '
| vine. unices, shops or booths, any bottles, tin CHUB, LA Machinery Repaired Watches, Clocks '
beautiful hair,chips, peels, slops, straw, washings, I .The only Manufacturing Opticians In and .
Jewelry
reuse a
unday, Mr. Byrd delivered a most ex- their or garbage of any knit all but it shall be the South, Atlanta, Ga. Peddlers are JUSTICE OK TilE PEACE HIII DIST Specialty.School :
duty to put any or accumulations as Hooks and School Supplies.Subscriptions .
lent sermon to a full house. His text above specified' in a barrel or other suitable receptable not supplied with these goods OfebOmo Notary Public for the State at Urge. taken at i '
on Tuesday, Thurday and Saturday Contractor and milder of over M years' expe. puUlnlior's prlocsvfor
i "Blessed are the pure in heart, for morning.at 7 a. m.,at which hour such accumulations rlence. Natural Finish a Hiwolalty. Newspapers, Docks, Magazines, etc. 1
shall be removed by scavenger carta. C. J. HECTOR MELBOURNE, FLA.
God. It ably at
ey shall see was very Any person violating this ordinance shall on a Prescriptions carefully compounded
ndled and the congregation much In- conviction, pay a fine of 5.00 and not to exceed any time, day or night. 1
tlb: .00, or be Imprisoned in the common jail or I Dealer In General 4
sted in his remarks. We were much calaboose 6 days or not exceed 25 days. tasted I -= William 1'utoh, : .
May Hth 18 1.. E. L.BttADY,chalrai.pro tem. ''nlIerohan.d.:1selIelooume: : : D..... 1'S
d and the service greatly this .
enjoyed J. W. Kuoius clerk. Hear what the people say about stoves Drayman.Haullnff -= "

Dr new names were enrolled Sunday Approved Hay 14th, 1881. Flo. Mr.Altree t Dear filr-We cheerfully teatUyto / done at reasonable rates. Attends ,.
to lee'our number 145t B.B.W1L80X,mayor. the admirable qualities of the New Process all departing, and meets all antilug Patent Medicines
Is
| very gratyfying Uasolliie Htore. We hare bail one over six trains. ,
We hope to have Town Ordinance. months, and cannotjwlnt to a single fault. ,
adl1ylncreaslng.: R. C. ft M.A. Sorimgeour.Titusville Orders left with O.. B. Rumph or at '
ore soon. Come one, come all; there B IT ORDAINED, That,whereat the heavy Hats, Shoes, Clothing, Dry GoodsJust ,Hay',111II1. ADVOCATE: office will receive prompt Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles:

[plenty of room for everyone who will B growth of scrub on many of the vacant I find a Treat saving of gasoline in the New attention.
Iota in the built up portion of the Town of Titus- Arrived. Splendid Goods. Process over the old. It keep. me In a perpetual Kept constantly on hand at
vale is detrimental to the public health and a state of wonder and delight.
me.e of mending source of danger to the proiierty of our citizens OILS, TAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD, Mrs. Sidney Wilbur. A. Frosohor,
noticed a couple young by favoring the spread of lire. Therefore be it TltniviUe, May Bth, ISM. TITUSVILLE, FLA. Screven's
J. B.
around Tuesday, who seemed to ordained by the Town Council of the Town of DRUGS, GROCERIES, GRAINOf
Titusvllle that any uncleared lot or lots within all kinds; and In fact a full line of I am delighted with the New Process Vapor Keeps a full Metallic and
I be lost, and feeling it our duty to putm the built up portion of Town constitutes a Call and examine. Stove. It U more than I expected. Wooden i
nuisance. Therefore be It further ordained thatit everything. 11 Mrs. E. S. WIle13 DKUO 8TOIIE.
on the right road questioned them shall be\unlawful for the owner of any lot or TltunUle,Fla., May Bth.Itwi. Coffin, Coftea and Casket

little, and they informed us they were lots,within to clear the such built lota up and portion place of them Town In to a condition neglect -. STOP AT GEORGIANAAnd Funerals attended if desired. AU orders Also the latent Newspapers, Periodicals -

E. Richard, Jr. and M. F. Goldsmith, that will not permit their use as a cover promptly executed, and at reason etc. a
for filth refuse or to be % source of danger EDEN
or
able rates. Embalming done. tI
Titusville, out looking up a fine,fortyre from fire, and It .is made the duty of the Town See 11 .
Marshal to notify all owners of vacant Iota lathe -
with the view of purr FOR
orange grove, of Town to clear and cleanup I !:
built up portion 3V 13. Soy ,, c1'
aslng. We informed them they could the same, and upon their failure to do so ",
within one week after receiving such notice he F. C. Allen
>t get so large a grove in one body un- shall report the matter to the Mayor whose duty pINEAPPLE BRICKLAYER &: PLASTERER Wines & Spirits!

is they bought out several of us, they: It ordinance.The shall be. to enforce the provision of this Dealer In }

mediately turned and went home. built op portion of the Town mentioned Titusvillo Fla. A
In this ordinance Is defined. included within r I
e think, Mr. Editor, but don't tell the following boundaries to wit Beginning on Stoves Tin-ware Hollowware Work contracted for on an part of

em, they were like the man hunting Grant Indian run River thence at the westerly n e corner along of the the north Iteleeplne line PLANTATION. Indian River. gJaoAcAlllster :Beers,

s oxen when he did not own any.t of said Grant to the centre of Third street as

is the way they used to do some- along shown the on centre the map of of Third Joynervllle street, thence to the north north oodea-ware, Stone-ware, T. :]: 7. :E1.1oharc.1Jl!! !: CIGARS: ETC. f
line of said plot of Joynervllle thence, run west
nes, when we were younger. to Canaveral street thence north along the Eden Indian RlTer: orida.ivr ; OF TilE FINEST QUALITY
centre of Canaveral street to Broad street thence HEAVY: SHELF'HARDWARE r :
east atom Broad street to lie Bout street thence C xmtractor for 00 TO
[Some of the Grand Army boys may north along De Hoto street to Coleman avenue .A.T-nvr S i3
thence Coleman avenue to Indian River NAILS SCREWS,
the following fromex. south said river to the of & Renakor.
interested in thence along place NEWSPAPERSubscription Losley
TRACE CHAINS P/rteslan'Yells
beginning. AU Iota Included In said boundaries '
[ B. Pope, A. D. C., Commander,, are considered u extending to the centre of all BUNG BORERS Supplied. f
and Ga. He : "We which they abut and the elatingprovidNifor Families
p't. Tenn. says In this ordinance la Intended to Include BOLTS, BRUSHES, ,! Agency.* rlEau Oallle, Fla.
kve had an epidemic of whooping the street ot roadways in front of said

ugh .here, (Stewart, Tenn.,) and Iota.Any person failIng to comply with the provisions kilter Faints, pd0mow..N.'HENDRY Tilosville Meat Market..
amberlalD'l Cough Remedy has been of this. ordinance after due notices" The Best Made for this Climate,
provided herein shall upon conviction be fined Tho Pioneer Agency.
only medicine that has done any not leas than five dollars or more than fifty dollar And One Thousand and One Other -
-
,
Passed at regular meeting May 24 18111.
'
J." There is no danger from whoop- E. L. BBADV,chairman pro tent. Things that You are likely to Want. ALL RINDS OF
For terms and addressC. In
sample copies Dealer
when this remedy is freelyen. Attest J.W, Kuauts,clerk
j cough, Approved May 14th 1W1,.. Stove here When wanta -
Bay your you Meats Eggs
IL NAUMAN
Salt
It completely controls the U5t Do B.WJLSOU,Mayor. Gener Merchandise Fresh and ,
new Fire Back or Grate,Top Bar
DO) cent bottles for sale by Dix- pr TTTUSTILLK:, Brevard county, Fla. ,
13eU Damper, come right here for It, M duplicate Fish Frttt 4 TWtar! l lI
( A Gray. ddlVe Oysters
parts are kept constantly on 4i DRY C'jDS,

The Everglade- TROPICHOUSE hand; alto a GOOD LINE OF I l l sgAsolr.CASH .
NOTIONS, i
YEG
POULTRY, EGGS: ,
FOR
Okeechobee is -too well known for, FIRST CLASS GROCERIES .1, s P Tt'BICYt1I5, STATIONERY, TABLES, ETC. i

i to into any details as to giving Lako 'OO'"or-th. Itau'tilsfuu l ,
go J3fV.Iw DAVIS Manager.
description, although there are noted Constantly Arriving and For Sale at Cf4Lu' uynss Choice Groceries 19 E. J. ...

aces maps do not show, Moderate Prices. cyuao41j.1ullid
6
Pelican lake on the east side of ..o.lo.keo MIM8, FLA. ,
(
OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. ---- 13 ,
eechobee, is about two miles wider d ( f ADVOCATEJob M{
three in length is entirely surronni ty THE
custard Therea FI C. ALLEN Georgiana Fla FIi 1 iiit r _Lost-romMerritts Island, a black
,* by a apple heeding fromkeechobee Special Low Rake for Summer Guests.J. ) white spot on forehead
wide and deep channel hone, 18 hands, Department
to Pelican lake, three mile PIctures, 4 for 60cts. at Woodward'stent and blind la'teft e1e. Any Information Printing
i length. I never made much of a cir- will be luitabJ1 re' .
TitnsTiQa. Picture of a whole the above
bit in pelican lake and cannot. say if It G. MoDONEL regarding Johnston do Your Wort.
R. to
J deep lake or not. family for Met Also fine collection of warded. Apply to: Norman 13-2 Is Ready

(I made my entrance Into the glades is Proprietor. Florida views for sale. 8tf. .. Indianola,,Kla. A




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ARTESIAN WELLS. some may hare even served .tAIII"'! : Bone Shoe.
: GOLD AND Time sptnisn Paper .
a> fetich SILVER
helpers in
the bunt
: Of Spanish foniala terra-nts there is Paper has been tried a* material for
'tIke
the prey gods of Zunt horseshoes
,
.. one that rules the roost. She is the ThePaper-Makers'SIonth-
- : They Are Natural Springs Rising They are nearly confined to a belt of Instructive 11 Journal reports that Herr Julius Gold-

;.. Through Artificial Openings. moderate width stretching through Facts In'the History tyrant of the household and tho dread berg, of Weusensee, near Berlin baa

Wisconsin and of Their Coinage. of masters and menials alike. This Is made a horse-shoe out of paper which, it
-- overlapping Into Jlln-
the "ama" or wet nnrse. Servants IB claimed, expands as much as the horny
Remarkable Borings In Europe nesola And Iowa. Within this area part of a horse' hoof on which the bore
and the United States. I liey occur by hundreds. Dr. Lap- Work of the U. 'Mints Since I will oftentimes throw up a good position treads. The paper shoe does not get

ham ,nnMf tiol A J'reat work on thoemgy Their Organization as soon as a baby is born in order brittle/ duiinff use, but remains durable

not to llayo to emS nfl wIth the_ 14nmft_____." aod teolcIous, and feBilte the action of
An artesian well is 1 any bored well mounds in 1885, since which u water, and even manure, ID whIch the ..
In which the water rises toward the Ime no one has paid so much alien- The United States mints, says Dr.E. She makes her sway fell from top to horse frequently stand*. It does not get k

ion to them P. Miller,were organized In bottom of any home. Nor must her smooth cr slippery from constant use,
surface. It Is i not necessary that tho as Stephen D. Peet, whose 1793. Beween -
articles have that and.tho temper be ruffled, as baby might% suffer and it can be glued, not nailed on. The /
water rise to the surface and run over. lately boon issued in book year year 1805 the horse-shoe
new is mad of
In parchmentpaper
After striking! water by boring it is form. Mr. Pcet has studied the kinds argot number.of silver dollars coined consequence. Her appetite is ferocious prepared by a saturation with oil, ref !ttj' i
it is
often necessary to"raise it from'a considerable of animals represented-the most la any one year wits 423,515, and the ; never satiated. She i. urpennine, etc., and is impenetrable to A

distance by pumps. These satisfactorily identified/ among many totat number coined daring tho first totally unfit for all work beyond that dampness or moisture. Thin layerS of -all the ills and ailments heavy 1'icJ5

wells take their name from the pcices seeming to be tho buffalo, ten year of the mint's history was !,. of carrying her charge. She has s such desired paper thickness are glued together for the until hor.o-the female flesh is heir to. It that on.j
fondness necessary rest
],
for ,
province of Arlots in France, where moose and deer, or, elk; 437,617 dollar From 1805 to 1835, finery so developed that shoe is attained by an agglutlnant which yon whether you carry it or i lark

they have long been In use. Water, ho panther, ,bear, fox, wolf and a period of thirty years, there. were no ho either sulks or threatens to leave indifferently to the action of moisture.It down. Yon can cure the disori

in order to raise in a boring, must squirrel; the lizard and turtlo; the '.liver dollars coined. In 1836 there It- shojs refused, a dress or ear-rings- is then heavily pressed.A and derangements that prey .

have its source in some more elevated eagle, hawk, owl," goose and crane; were only 1000 silver/ dollar coined. 1 oc:1h-rnthci woria Sy HuT ;'nma'" Cat"Party.. your sex, '*Ith Dr. Pierce's FJT up(t.

lanA and bo confined in the strata and fishes. One or two man moundsare There were nono coined la 1837, and I next door. As poor little Spanish Miss Jane Osgood, a wealthy lady of uo Prescription. It's a legit_

of rock through which it has percolated known, although most of those so In 1838 and 1839 there were only 300 I babies are not strong, their very JIves Norwich, Connect icutt, is very fond of medicine, carefully compounded\,

called are bIrd mounds. Sometlme coIned. From 1ft3X to IfUfl ,laAnr1 on the ,TirAnoi nnratlifr of. thes\ est., and In her 1iittir1nit home she has a an experienced phvsieian,_ ..i
precisely a. water is conveyed in only. 68j.-. -- lot of them --- "",
brutal that are beauties. JBIIM US- to womants.delicate
below too,'"composite mounds" 023 slIver dollars/ healthy, women; so that a adapted ouatl0n.
pipes were coined.
mo BUIiUtu and prvuuu are found From good recently gave a cat party, which .
up Itito buildings/ to a height equal to and the same forms are found cut into 1844 to 1873 about 6,007,798 silver young mother will/ put up with any. was attended by a score of cats, who For all organic

that at which the pipes start. Water he ground Instead of built above loltari were coined. From the organisation thing rather than run tho risk of losIng brought their owners alonir. The invitations weaknesses displacements i ani
It.. her "ama." were printed on linen paper, and accompanied by 'II'11'
finds I its way down into tho earth by110w'llIg These strange earth works are of tho mint to 1873 only about there was the picture of a fleck and back, bearing-down sensations
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Into the crevices and Chasms very skillfully done, more .or loss-la 8,032,318 silver dollars were coined. Theso creatures came from the beautiful cat at the head of the card. for all uterine diseases, it's a

of ,the' rocks and by percolating harmony with their surroundings, and The largest amount of silver coined in Basque provinces or the mountainous The cats got acquainted with each other tive specific. It's !guaranteed p

through the porous strata. In a region not only numerous but of large 'slzofncludlng anyone year previous to 1873 was In districts of Santander. They leave a readily feast, which half an comprised hour, and various then all kinds had give satisfaction, in every ca\

'of limestone rocks it hollows out a man 314 feet long, a beast 1872. when 1,118,600 dollars were heir own children at homo, and come of fish and other viands.BnoW1's It it doesn't, you've only to ti

Its own bod and In this way oven produces 160 feet long with a tall measuring coined. np to the capital or larger cities in for your'money' and it's cbeerfaIlr

great caves. When forced by 320 feet, and a hawk with wIng. ex- The largest amount of gold coined order to make money. Their pay is !UrU Biliousness Iron!Bittern General cores Dyspepsia Debility. ,Gives Ma- refunded. If it does, you'll W1II g!

pressure behind, the water is pushed panded 240 feet-[Trenton (N. J.) In any one year previous to 1873 was mall, it never exceeds eight dollars a creates Strength appetite.aides Ultcmtlon The best tones tonlo the for Nursing nerres to ask for nothing more. 11\

through any aperture it meets and American. In 1860, when $83,395,538 were month; but they get numerous pres-j Mothers, weak women and children. the cheapest medicine yoa can i u ,
,
when I .'nn.s. T_ Ifltft. CO .till.JOA ente, and are handsomely The torn total of Ignorance vice Indolence because you only pay for the good
the pressure is sufficient, flows -__. n_ _.1..IIA1'an_.._.. ... and dishonest]), is total depravity. It
Out ai a The Days of '49. gold were coined. theIr own highly becoming! national you get. improves> digest ,
spring ,
or artesian FITS enriches the
blood
The wildest "top""" free bDB. KMWlt'S GRBAt ,
well So an artesian well excitement and activity Prevloul'to 1873 silver and gold costume. Most of. them carry the NmviiRMTOBiin. No. Fits after first dar's the system and invigorates
Marvelous
vie. Treatise produces refreij.
Immediately I'tlrlll. tritl
may bo called a spring rising in United prevailed throughout tb{ coins were on an equality the mints. baby in their arms; some, however, littl'li**. Dr. Kline. 031 Arch St.. pJ....V". intr. uleeD. .
States, and every city and vII. In 1873 silver among the "montancsas have
an artificial instead of a natural open. was demonetized. 1.1 lovely WHICH IS THE
Ing. As already said, tho water in an to ago throbbed with a feverish/ impulse, 1872, although the coinage of silver little wooden cradlo strapped to their BEST
rush to the AND
artesian well sometimes docs not rlso and diggings. The difficulty was as free a. that of gold, only 296- backs, wherein the mite of a beauty MOST POPULAR

to the surface; sometime it barely expense of reaching this tern .600 silver dollars%rere coined, while rests as warmly and cosily a. possible. MOST POWERFULAND ?

runs over; and sometimes, again, the Incognita ho restrained thousands from In the same year our mints coined It Is curious to see how soon these SAFEST '

boml of water is at so high an elovatlon .attempt, so that only those who i 57,022,747! of gold. For four years women adapt themselves to their sur-
possessed BLOOD .
that the column of water bursts from natural courage or adventurous after 1873 there were no standard roundings. The "ama" of Alfonso

the ground as fountain, throwing proclivities, or whoso Jocal attachments slIver dollars coined. XIII. is a ease in point. She stands MEDICINE.S'wift's .

a.oontinunljot. One of tho most remarkable up were weak, actually made the In 1872 Congress authorized tho is- beside the throne or situ by her nursing -

of tho latter kind II tho great great plunge into tho unknown cxpcIcnce sue of tho trade dollar/ which conalnod In the royal'carriage as one ."to Specific S. S.
S.
which
,artesian! woll at Clinton., Mo., which awaited tho gold hunters 420 gtatns of stiver, nine-tenths the manner born," or as if she were ,

throws a perfect torrent ox water high of .9. 4.._.. wbllo Iho--.-- _Ib".1A.,1__ _,_ "_'._.11.......,. ,"vu-__ the queen h01'sell. To an\'ollo_ wh1.. --!- BEST-because It Is the only permanent cure for contagions Bloood Poiso

,Jnto (Lo air and runs off in a stream The world has never witnessed so tamed only 412 1-2 grains.. The obJect watches her as she rolls by, it seemsas Skin Cancer and Inherited Scrofula.

big enough to supply a mill-race./ motley and promiscuous a throne In of the Issue of the trade dollar if she were quite unconscious of POPULAR because it does all that Is claimed for It.

|I In many localities in Franco anti Into pursuit of a common object ns sprung was to promote our trade with China, the splendid costumes and glittering: SFEST-Deoause POWERFUL-because it purges the blood of all Imparities.

America, from tho groat depth at of Hfo'simultaneously in the winter Japan and India, which have the silver Jewels she wears, or. as if she had vegetable and be It contains no mercury or poison of any kind. Is purely
1848-40 and turned their c n taken by the moat delicate child.
which/ couise tondard. From 1872 never before
currents of artesian water to 1878 over worn anything else. She

reached (their supplies may bo regarded are Ion toward tho gold field of California. 34,000,000 trade dollars were coined. gives his baby majesty vigorous DOORS Of BLOOD 4110 3KIH DI&E43E3 ''lEE.

'as"permanent., of all ages, clergymen, professors, In the 1873 shako if be refuses The
A well at :Aire in octors year Congress passed a to obey his royal Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta. Ca.

Artols, bored over a century ago, liftsotlnco mechanics, lawyers, farmers, traders, compulsory coinage act, and the very mother, thus establishing In tho eyes

then flowed steadily, tho water laborers of every degree, first year of ks operation our mints of all her undisputed authority.

'" adventurers, thieves, gamblers antimurderers turned out 22,495,500: [;Boston
'vising 11 feet above tho surface at tho silver dollars, Transcript -

wale of 250: gallons a minute; and 'at jostled one another In thestruggle showIng that in one year, under compulsory -.

tiillors one well has flowed steadily to gain access to some of the 'coinage, tho people received 5ova Scotia Rich In Gold.

since the year 1126. The hot venues which were supposed to lead more than threo silver doilar.'to each "Nova Scotia doesn't take up much

that fbw ontto the surface in springs to the desired goal. one dollar given them in eighty years room in a map of the world." Charles UVHKJ PA1HT
many
parts of the world are natural artesian The "Argonauts" bail several routes under free coinage. Hopkins a native of that place, modestly MIJC EQUAL REQUIRES ADDITfON'OFAW

well rising from groat depths. In among which to select. By those from Under free coinage in 1872 only remarked at tho Grand Pacific 7VIlNo' coaT1ac.iL$1a"R

lie Now England and the Middle 296,600 silver dollars Hotel, "but compared to other JfemD
IJrov.Incelof 7348
.Virginia (those springs are found were coined, N PAPERS
along States tho Cape Horn While the same size[ he %Ybere w,. kuive
the lines of groat faults or breaks in route was gen- there were $57,022,743 In gold continued, ,. ,ne Aget(.._. wilt_ & arrasge._ ,,
"It is
the stratlfloafbn tho rocks by which rally preferred; those from the coined. Yet in 1890. under eompnl- showing way up big as a gold r. g ,

formations\ uiuallr Southern States chose tho Isthmus of sot? coinage, we have had 35,923,816: producer. For a number of years we Faoquier! White Sulphur Springs Va.
separated ,
Ulol1lan:11.. by niinmn or Nicaragua or Mexico:. Illver doUarl. coIned.. and nnl.. .. .COO.. ,_ have bean mlnincr a snug little amount The near celebrated Wamnta r.uqU..Sulpbur. Springs ud Bath, :
o< ioc are / --- -- -- .4 Dlodera
tact with each other. vruugiitiuuf Tho value con of. while the hardy pioneer of the West, 021,748 of gold coined. During the every year. lint the last two years we 1.000 pointed boc.eh. CuIIne IInklaMlD.Unexoellod......88d.,.Hot ve.p.e manI5oeuUy.. EIevMIo ap. ....- .

artesian wells in irrigating arid who had bocomo accustomed to prairie last eight years, under compulsory squeezed about forty thousand ounces A iiilllanla park of flowUng:339 acre*and. Atmosphere T.uD,Mu.to. and Sulphur Baa U.1Iatba.....,.,. lr
plains ravel started in from the ore mined. mild and -.11be found us. YOU wins TO HID A 'wouJ&
their wo
covered there Tho 1IeUa17 InrlirnraUnc
coinage
have yield Term
Is only beginning to bo demonstrated In wagons, been about 49- *isih. JKO. inotterate. scarcely feel more DUIIOlfDlOQ ba4
and, following buffalo trails broke 636,775 more silver dollars has been steady and English capitalists L.ItULLI"IoHr. bought It from no. Wo Lave these goodS all
the United States, where coined than Wr&z. Nu9'OOW, WaKTcngo. monate",1 such low prices that you scarcely nil tt*
many acresof ho paths which in a few months were have been coined of gold. whose attention has been attracted to SIOK Celie well bo.and... keep ...u. HtaUH Utlpet money The in paying for them .
useless to
now
"- same
will a
converted to the laud' of ultimately be plainly outlined by the bleaching bones The' largest amount of gold'ever the industry have had experts lookingover free. Dr..1. 11. OYK.rjJtor.: year.Buffalo.Saroplseopy N. Y. carry an Immense remark stock applies and to sell oar only.atchetn reliable;

this means. Oases uses have civilization boon made by in of their beasts and moulds of dead coined in one year was in 1880, when the ground with the view to A. N. U......................Twentj-one, 01.' timekeepers.us.All.. J... .P.. 0.Stevens. Send Before A pnrchaolDir Bro.:. 47 Whlte aU 1J141 Ii&oe
tOJ'eatato..nA.
the desert of Sahara companions who had succumbed to the $06,850,890$ : were coined. Since that operating on a large scale should the -. --- ---------
by means of artesian .. DOWN
'welli sunk thero by French hardships of tho desert. Many who year tho coinage of gold has been decreasing experts doom the prospects .sufficient WITFI-A1CH PRICES.
engineers could not leave their homes until in Iy encouraging. These experts have wily not buy from
1889
In TeEM sought to there were only ,. Its ILiad fn t4.r.ar..wt Factory of
especially these Invest their finished their work and -5---a., ibe SAVE a Iddlenaeit'. or
capital In the seductive $21,413,931$ coined while forwarded worldaoa
wells bare latterly become I under compulsory Dealer*' proflu. I(1tCCRAT5N5
a most venture, and a favorable veportf. so that mining' Over 1,000 Articles
valuable co.operatlvo plan was coinage, silver, which began
source of old
water direct
supply the operations on to m.umer .
; a '
large scale in Nova thereby
city of Waco is fully generally adopted in the New England In 1877 with $22,495,650, has gradually Scotia svsg 30 to SO per cent.
supplied its
by bo
I States may expected during tho -
by which tho services Increased In
of
two wonderful wells. Ucsldos those work.Ing coinage up to 1890, coming Oar New.utomatfc

' already incitt'onod.!' hero are other mombew were offset by a fixed when its coinage amounted, as above season. -[.Chicago Herald. oo all Couches.b'1 Brake,

artesian( : wells in the United States amount of money contributed by others. stated, to $35,923,816.A : An Opal Worth a million.

that deserve mention. The well Hundreds of companies were J The most famous opal in history _S.C ICE CNUTI.orrics .

at LonUvIllo, Ky., with 3-Inch orgalzed on this plan, each of them L Novelty In Beefsteak Broiling. was that which was woi-n in a ring by 1.4 _

bore, U 2086 foot deep and "gives with a physician, and in many instances IngonuIty can extemporize the most the Roman Senator Nonius, lu the co.aI'UTlOIt
I
out 3 0.000 gallons with a chaplain also.-[Cen unusual methods for attaining certain days of the triumvirate. Its THE
a day'with size WONDERFUL
a force to tury. purposes. The Lounger happened Intoa scarcely equalled that of !
equal LUBUR6
10-liono p S a mcdinm- CHAIR us
The Ilelcher well In St. power.' Discoveries I rolling mill cue evening last week sized hazelnut. Yet Its ':: Combines room-full I
Louis is 1515: : by Accident. and witnessed a novel feat lathe beef beauty and .--. .f fhalre la one,besides
feet deep and discharges 75: gallons/ a The competition of which printing- brilliancy rendered it a marvel among moklnja Lassie,Iiedorcoach '
steak-broiling line which JtKillii
minute through rollers/ are made commended the dilettanti of Rome usatt j appliance of every dacrtptlon
a 20-inch pipe. The was accidentally discovered itself from sheer force of especially atlas. Kaaer Chairs, Keekers, *C. _
welt at Charleston S. C.. It 1250 feet by a Salopian printer. Not On the ingenuity. when it was known that the gold SOT Write Soot at ones for Catalogue. _UUIH&_ _iU._ _, _
biii cooling bed back: of the rolls I smiths and THE ttampt and van/at .
aim able to find LUBURC "
aoep (uo aiscuarge in foot above the 'noH ball" be I Jar a nun of Ihlft-Ail.lint "money-changers' had set MANUFACTURING CO.
Imil
tho surface, is about 1200 gallons an Inked the type wills a piece of son had just been rolled. The "heat"which-- -- -- Its value at SI.000.000. Marc Antony-. Dent. A 1O2.Naa.. 321.333. 3S.1 Nnnh Rik PHILADELPHIA. hour. In glue which had fallen was made overtures to Nonius -
Iroquois from the for its
County, Illinois glue- purchase -
over, and a brawny
there are' over 200 artesian wells In pot. It was such an excellent substitute "roughcr-up" be. intending, It is thought to pre Es Life
a to
Worth
his
gan
radius of 20 miles, and they are all that, after mixing molasses with he bad prepare slapped a beefsteak tapper. on In the a jiffy hot sent it to Cleopatra, but the Senator Living'No ?

flowing wells, though the the glue, to give the mass a proper refused to part with it, and, for fear
average depth Iron. and
by quIckly turning It as often --Not if Your
does not exceed 70 foot. It has been consistency the old "pult ball" was as once in five seconds he broiled that it would be taken from hm! by Bowels are Out of 'Order.

estimated that the entirely discarded. The sheer force, sought In
dilly yield from anger with that steak to nicety. This safety flight.
Uiene wells Is 53,400,000 gallons/ the twisted shank, which makes it the makeshift of a hod-carrier was equalto Here history loses all trace of this famous :\"

though the district is at a level of 92 self-discharging, is also tho result of'' work on a Dearborn street at gem. there being no record of
feet above Lake an accidental discovery The building its transferral from Nonius to
Michigan, and the real! When the noon hour struck be rammeda any of

nearest probable fountain head Is at Icroauger is an Amercan invention, handful of )lime in a hole scooped bis family./ -[St Louis Republic.

least too miles dlUant. There dating back: to the year 1774, when A
are In the sand. and
sprinkling It with
John White and Papa's Little Han.
other
many Benjamin Brooke
Interesting of
artesian wells water hi
placed
lu the West and hammer Hollow, Valley/ Forge Pennsylvania dinner-pail over hi* A gentleman who is fond of making
Southwest WILL

St. flaineleis FIX
fire
[ securing YOU
Louis Rojiubllo. I noticed some, boys boring a warm dinner friends with children attempted one ALL RICHT.
and the ope -eye.1 admiration of his day In horse
boleeln tho prniirul car to become Cures Diarrhoea.
: with some nieces acquainted Dysentery
'IDS Wonderful amused spectators.-[Chicago News. with a child who and all Cramps, Summer Complaint
Wisconsin Mounds. of hoop-Iron. One of these, which sat next to him. Stomach Troubles of Man, Woman

Scarcely: anything lu the range of bad been twisted 1110 hUlA olle woro a crlmaon. 901,01...... '1.I... .0 ....Ul.t.. .. or Child.
was seen to bringup ----- ." 11..0 a. "oar
American Topical Reptiles. cloak and otr..a.t or ----....-__.. _
antiquities, according to a the dirt each time a* it made The bad long yellow curls, so
a that
theory tho heat
of South
paper by Dr. Frederick a the gentleman
Starr in the complete revolution. began with confidence
Being men of tru can is to : '
apt Intensify the
Proceedings venom
of the New Yoik A 'How do do, little *
cademy an observing turn of mInd While and of reptiles has been confirmed you girl?
of Sciences. has caused more won Brooke In Day I'm not a littlo girl." was the Beat Cough Medicine
began to debate the ton Fla. shy recommended
der aiul lo l to wore dlscussUn possibility where Edward Doequl nte, reply. due where all else fail*. Pleasant by Physician* ft
the animal than of constructing a tool for boring woodon the lion of a wealthy London banker. fc{| Ustf. Children tok* it wiOtont objection.and ajrreeable to tha
mounds "Ok! H/druggisti.
of Wisconsin aren't ? Well
the same principle. It bitten you then, hoW'do
was Immediately was by small
Uullke a rattlesnake and
many mound In the do little "
Ohio and tried you boy?
with the
,
addition died two
of a days after in
llisaUsippl valleys.these great agony, "I'm not little "
were sepulcb boy, cams tho
ral. They screw point for drawing the cutting i iedgo though the moat approved remedies unexpected
may hare been village Into the answer. CHIcHEaTfra Et.QtJsx RE
wood.
guardians: It is neediest to had been Instantly.applied, and Bw A.
; perhaps tribal totem add that the prom. "Indeed Who are you then f ERNRONM
marking ; experiment was eminently went physicians had been summoned r's
territorial limits] some 'I .. "I'm my papa's little ,.
esr.a
fuU man
hare been for usa may ucce -[American Note and from several neighboring cities. sale ..m DreI Las' CNuisc. ?b..1r Ists
as came drives; Queries.. New York Voice. the small stranger, wltb much dignityBoston ( 2'.oo e- a.4gb h..itM..M b. .Ts.-p..a sq u.k...t-es4 Iui. I. MaS e G.PiS avata4I. ut. vT

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Ye!>'i_...._ _. -i -- reading operations, Mr*. Gould! Ands i The general appearance ot condensed with "'Job ladle may 11M the liquid fruit lac q

OF THE SOUTH BRIEFLYPARAGRAPHED Writ of Error Granted in the. RENTING FALSE BAIR. time to manage her 400-acro farm near milk, when poured from a spoon, should alive Srrnp of Flounder. all condition*make
be glossy-the more glossy, the better.It .
{ A Governorship Contest. Fancy two ladle meeting In a )Machen. It it salt( that she has done a should be ropy .or stringy, like very their favorite remedy. It Is rte wing to the

Brewer Washington of the United dispatch BUMS says: Justice friend' parlor and one asking the great deal toward building the Middle heavy syrup. Tile color! should' be that eye and to the taste, gentle, yet effectual la

supreme of cream but tm;lV or accordingto stung on the kidneys. tin and bowel
& ; rants
Georgia Atlantic Railroad. Macon
court, Friday granted the application of other where she rented tho hair she is -[
ng an Epitome of Daily the season of the year in which the
counsel for Boyd, who was elected governor -\ wearing! Yet it must happen, for (Ga.) Telegraph.A milk is condensed as natural milk not \Vfcn the editor of a hnmororw paper **W '
enings Here and his doesn't follow that h*work*
There. of Nebraska, for a writ of error to wl.s; to work it
thero Is at least one speculator in town condensed varies in color. Milk is yel- hlmaelf."German.
the supreme court to test the questions Dt9TlSCnv6
who makes It false CHCRC1I tmF-SS. lower in summer, when cows are on pasture -
ispatch of Saturday from San involved in the decision of tbe majorityof practice to rent
than in winter when fed
they are
Cat, tays: Ex-Secretary Taft is the supreme court of Nebraska. which hair for a night or for longer periods. The uniform appearance of a regiment on dry hay. Thickness, varies with age.
and decided that he was not an American pf soldiers, scattered about the
w;;
sinking
rapidly. Sho Las a prosperous looking place up Thickening by age is natural to con
citizen and therefore not to
r.t William\ L. Shepperd has been the office, ,of of eligible Nebrask town beside the Third avenue, and town, each man for himself, on pleas- densed milk; rapid thickening only

&d to design the bronze figure for governor are bent, becomes! monotonous. There proves that the milk is preserved In the
The supreme court meet again on the he says on her cards that Ibo loans .
onuirent to Lieutenant General A. beat and that it retnin in the
23th instant and it il i the intention ofBoyd' aro too units from manner,
out false fronts switches and many separated
wigs
II, 'to be erected in Richmond, highest degree the characteristics of r
counsel to move to advancfe the Syrup"
each other. When all the soldiers of
milk ita natural Condensed
docket and other human haIr adornments.-[New : in state. Ii.
rate on secure ss speedy a
industrial convention in Ral'IDriday hearing as possible. The action of Justice York Sun. tho regiment are on tress parade lu milk which docs not thicken by age or .

a resolution was adopted uniform they which thickens very slowly is milk Here is incident from the South I
Brewer in allowing a writ of error to are as one man, or I an t4 1 ;
rag: for a committee to extend anon' issue was a>i unpleasant surprise to the abused in the process of condensing.
machine
ICDDT-WEATltltR COSTUME. complete and tho picture ii Consumers make mistake in ;;;
to President Harrison and of Governor a great justaitertheGrippthadvisitedtltat I
legal representatives pleasant to look Tho cadet It that the thinnest condensed : ;;f .
to visit the coming exposition at Thayer. When the case was presented The muddy-weather costume designed upon. supposing (' .
I farmer ol
am a one
milk is the best. The thinnest condensed country. ,
to the supreme court there was a gen by Mrs. Chariot Hancock is fond of appearing in public places milk'contains the most and of those who have to rise early and .
Mutual Fire Insurance Company eral belief that no action whatever wouldbe with his uniform Tho old officer water ;
on.
making headway. Nearly all tho course less of milk solids or milk nutria! work late. At the beginning of last :- :1\

tucky Insurance, and the Company Manufacturers'Fire of Kea briefs taken or information this term. In was fact first, when filed, Justice the- west end London tailors have taken it ot the 'army avoids such display of tives. The thickest condensed milk, if Winter I was'on a trip to the City :*.':tjf

'.have made an .assignment. Den Brewer intimated as much. It is up. There f is nothing mannish about himself and only appears In full regimentals in sound condition, is the most valuable. of Vicksburg,Miss where I got well '-:,'

in business was the cause. believed that the developments njilch It. The skirt la live inches shorter upon occasions of ceremony, There is a degree ot thickness, however drenched in a shower of rain. 1 .
that ii Inconvenient. If condensed milk
depot of the East Tennessee, Vir- show conclusively that there was grave I than an ordinary skirt. The bodice Is when ho is obliged to do so. Now it ii Is so thick that will not run out when an went home and was soon after seized
and Georgia railroad at Knoxville, Irregularily on the part of the Nebraska with a dry, hacking cough. This .i '
reported that a ladies' tailor in England opened can Is inverted it 'Is troublesometo
I most is off ,
court in the writ of becoming. It set by' a ? t
issuing
until I hadto
?t; burned baturday.: $:iOOOO worth supreme dissolve. If it is not actually hard grew worse every day, '
,
Ouster and which were presented to the I and sleeve A trim has proposed a "distinctive church '
19h was destroyed. Considerable zonavo puffed very little stirring in the can will\ renderIt seek relief. I consulted Dr. DixotJ ,
Oil and powder were stored in the supreme court by Attorney General Garland coat and a Spanish hat complete tho dress," for women to wear on Sunday. sufficiently liquid for convenient use. who has since died, and he told m(i' h 4to

ng at the time. action, had of the much court to in do the with caso.the 'prompt 1'he order i costume. The weight of tho garments The uniform rank of church-goers will Condensing milk, if properly done docs get a bottle of Boschce's German j .

t a special session of tho city council of Justice Brewer is generally regarded only amounts. to seven pounds. Knick- never become popular. Tho tailor not destroy cream globuUs, but leaves Syrup. Meantime my cough grew 1x,
attanooga, Friday, bids were openfor the constituents of milk unaltered and worse and worse and then the Grippe '" -
as most favorable to ex-Governor mado girl on horseback or on shipboard 'l=
erbockers mado of thick
the, issue of $73,000: of sewer homespuntake natural. One method therefore of determining came along and I caught that also ..
Boyd.
,
; Twelve bids received. may do, but tho uniform church different
I were the place of petticoats. Fourteen the relative quality of condition then '
severely. My
& .Shaw of Baltimore securedfor dress is much. of condensed milk is to ascertain very ,
STANLEY MOBBED.A yards of stuffs are needed to mako too Tho beauty of s samples compelled to do something. I 7
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$82,622.60. the amount of butter that can bo made
News. congregation is found In pretty bon two bottles German I ;
everything.-[Chicago got Syrup. l
from each. Ei.
Friday all drivers and handlers of -
ns Express Company ,' at Louisville, I Gangof Socialists get After nets on pretty heads, in endless variety, began using them, and before taking '

*went on strike. This is a result ol the Explorer.A TilE SCHOOLMISTRESS. as flowers in a garden are all beautifuland All Sorts.A much of the second bottle, I was '

tent order of the company requir- London cablegram says: While Henry all differing from each oilier. That entirely clear of the Cough that had
Lift hat when i
their employes to furnish bond. M. Stanley was delivering a lecture at your reverently you which looks well Hindoo journalist; declares that hung to me so long, the Grippe, and
strike is likely to spread over thetry. Sheffield Friday night, the hall was invaded meet tho teacher of tho primary on ono woman may "many crowned heads are trembling in all i Its bad effects. I felt tip-top and
by a gang of socialists who began ill become another. Women know : "
school. Sho Is the good angel of the their shoes. have felt that way ever since.

e case of Judge Warder, charged phlet to attacking sell among the explorer.audience The a pam- :Republic. She takes the little bant- his( and If they cannot look as they I Of the 11,000,000 square miles of Africa PrmtRI1RIAI.Sr.Cayug:1: Hind

the murder of his sondn-law, just was very/ freely bought, under pamphlet thebelief ling, fresh from the homo nest and wish to look they will stay away from ; 2,600,000 remain iu the hands of only Co., Miss. gSMITH'S
months.. ago, was called Monday the native rulers.
that it contained lire. church. The London tailor who pro
full of his and
tog in the circuit court. pouts passions, an ungovernable -
Chattanooga port of one'of Stanley' lec a uniform not realize tho I Kate Field has reached the conclusion
r some argument the case was con- littlo wretch whoso own poses may that resolutions things
tures. When the fraud was discovered good are fragile ,
ed until the September term. The there was a great commotion, r.nd the mother honestly admits the sends Mm extent of his guilt, but ho Is certainly and should not bo subjected to too great

was fixed at 10000. venders violently expelled. The gang to school to get rid of him. This working against the interest of the I a strain. BILE BEANS

meeting 'of Jellico, Tenn., miners lingered around the building and as lady who knows her business chul'cbel.-New Orleans Picayune.BRUNETTE Trinity church, New York will have
held ot Proctor Camp, Saturday, and Stanley, at the conclusion of the lecture, young k the most artistic bronze doers that $100-
eliciting committee of Coal reeked left the hall they attempted to mob him. takes a whole carload of those anar- 000 of William Waldorf Astor's money

-out miners was present and a His friends gathered around him and chists, half of whom single-handed AND BLONDE. and the skill of Richard Hunt can pro _

cription taken up, which Amounted with the assistance of the police, kept off and alono than match for duce. Cure Biliousness
in- aro more a Tho brunette U going to have hci
100 month
as long as operators
per his assailants. lie was then hurried intoa soldiers marks
on miners working under the iron cab and driven to his ho'cl.! both their parents, and at onco puts innings, write Edith S. Tupper. My Turkish are contests very poor in the

contracts, and presented to them. A HALF MILLION them in tho way of being useful and reason for slating this Is that most of men.demonstrated Recent target that not one soldier army in Sick Burn.Headache DltslooM, Malaria Bad,Breath CoIIU.enMft Nervous

loyal Bowers, aged sixty-eight years, upright citizens. At what expense of the now bonnets are decorated with twenty could hit a man at twenty paco. Debility, Dysentery, Jaundice
for prior to January of lin. In the Hide and under
year twenty cashier years of the First National 'Will Approximate the Direct toil and v/carlnosa. Hero is tho most white ribbon and have white ribbon The Sultan of Turkey is reported us the Shoulder Blade

k of Mobile, Ala, suicided Monday Tax for Georgia.Mr. responsible position In tho whole strings. These aro absolutely impos' his saying that if it he were would hot for immigrate his duty to to Rotor (all to lot on a Torpid Llvir.

thing no had been forced by ill W. :M. Spear has been in Wash. school, and if her salary were doubled slblo to any blonde except the naturalone America.subjects Expel: poisonous bile from lh&. system
th to retire from active business life for several with credentials ClenrtuComplexlon Aid Digestion) Cr****'
ington days she would receive less than she. earns. with a- skin liko peaches and As of the Drexel institute at ; and
although in good financial circum- from Governor Northen of look president an Appetite; Cure and prevent Chills
Georgia,
ces and surrounded by a loving wife ing up matters relating to the dhtribu -[Shelby vlllo 'Democrat cream. Tho woman who has had dark Philadel hia at $10,000 a year, Professor Paver We also nlak.hl1ith.HBILE. j

family, he was despondent. tion of the direct tax, which amounts approximately hair and' has been Idiot enough to McAllister is the best paid teacher in

Knoxville, Tenn., dispatch of Tues- :! to $300,000. This amountis PRETTY ITALIAN WEDDINGS. bleach it usually has to mako up to tho United States. SMALL
eaysi Despite every known precau- to be returned to the of Geor Jacob Steele, of Nicholson, PH., has n
governor There are some pretty points of ceremonial suit her hair, or else her skin Is of a
American
a taken to prevent the spread of gia when the legislature accepts the trust remarkable record as an voter
observance in Italian weddingsnot leaden huo. Now, white ribbons will old and cwt his ito to the bottle)
a typo, another case has made its ap- by the passage of a joint resolution and Mr. Bteele is 102 year Mb. an.. fcpeolally among worn**
irance in tbe city. The victim is a is by him to be held in trust for disbursement Incorporated in American cue bring Out every particle of powder and first presidential ballot In 1812 for James ud ann.er aI l
all .colored boy. The house has been to the original payers, their heirs toms. At the wedding feast tho mas- rouge on her face, and mako a shockIng Madison. ECONOMICAL-
arantined. As far as could be learned Mr. secured Mrs Martha J. Lamb editor of the RELIABLE, SAFE, o
or assignees. Speer a goodly ,
ter and mistress of the house do not of tbo fool and her ,
had been in with the spectaclo folly. ia Price M cent battle, five for $l.
B boy not contact amount of data, but made DO list of the American Magazine of History, a per
ease. persons to whom payments will be made. sit down, but pass about among their The brunette will wear tho white member of twenty-five historical and either Picture II... Hold by Dru,,"' ... Write tot

A dispatch of Tuesday from Raleigh, That would entail a great amount of guests making Introductions and per- ribbons, aud triumph in this way learned societies in Europe and the '

C., Bays Some of the' railways are work, as the sums in the great majorityof sonally seeing that each guest ia well over the blond who will not daro United States. J._ F. !MITL! A CO.,_HEW YORK CUT
:ely to make a legal fight against the instances are exceedingly small. The The construction of bridges on tho
served and entertained. No to them. In tho of
pleasantly
mmission's freight regulation. The largest sum yet found in Georgia ia a assume way canti-lovcr principle ha been known to Every Farmerfiis Roofer
dials of one of the lines say the com- fraction over $1,100. :Most of them toastsaro given and instead of our traditional fashion her blondcshtp has triumphed the Chinese for ages, and specimens of It own

ssion's rulings as to freight affect those range from 75: cents to $1.60.JACKSONVILLE'S [ brldcscake, the bride's "con- for a long time, and It is only just may be seen likewise In Japan, Thlbet CHEAPER thin Shingles, Tin or Slate.

ids which have short hauls about 60 or and the northwest province of India a.dU..I1'OQI'' INSUUAMCB:,and Perfeotlj'
fetti" aro served by the bride herselfto that the brunette should at last l lmv|
BLAZE.
per cent, while those with long hauls and Wind Proof. '
Water
Fire ,
that the
Ma. Saxons believes groat ,
all gentlemen present, while the some righls. Tho bleached blonde
e not affected more than 2 or 6 pernt. white the
or square-mouthed'rhinoceros,
A Large Amount of Valuable bridegroom performs a similar office will undoubtedly try the white tics- larget of Urrestrlhl mammal after tho +tSTEELRODfING, ,

E: Buford Grymet, chief clerk of the Property Destroyed. for the ladies. Just before she leaves far any woman who has been silly\ elepl on the very verge of eitlnctlon .ORRUGATtD/1

chmond city treasurer's office, was, on Shortly after 12 o'clock Monday night the house fUl the unmarried women enough to believe that nobody knows anis the next year or two will become s oltt'Ui G'o"OUtl.
riday, found guilty of 'embezzlement. fire broke out on the third floor of the absolutely extinct. :
gather In the hall while the bride that nature did not make her hair a ,
fixed at .... .
ie punnlshment was one year :Mohawk block southwest corner Bay IT i II slid that rice furnishes the prin-
,
Ca
the penitentiary. The indictmenton and Market streets, Jacksonville, destroy showers tho petals of her wedding color out of harmony with her skin, cipal food of three-quarters of the human aieeua a rotor. ,

which he was convicted charged ing upwards of $OOOOO worth of pro flowers over them from tho stairs her lashes and her brows is Idiot race. Originally( a native of the _,t(
m with the theft of $23. There are perty. It was the most disastrous conflagration it i cultivated in all
above. Lucky the spinster upon enough to try anything-for she bo- East Indies, now Oar lleofln* I* Bad formed for the lIullcllntrt.ael ,
ree more indictments against Grymes. ever experienced in the city's quarter of the globe where the condl.tloD ran b. I)? any ene. 1JolO' bll"
falls and remains of tho ieves that in tho world is aprlled
was in evidence that the shortage dur- history. The insurance amounts to Whom any everybody warmth and molatura suita an, Koolln write ten lntvUve r 11..110
of are AUHJIIT WAJilTIWIo
,Muriel% H.
jj his term of office exceeded $2,400.A $245.000. snowy blossoms.-[San Francisco Ex blind. I regard the glistening white ble., Calaloiae" .

dispatch of Monday from Roanoke, aminer. ribbon as the judgment come upon the Tu second-clan railroad 1 II 98 %, LYE

.i., say: The Norfolk and Western ATLANTA MARKETS. lady with tho bleached locks. I'm a rapidly disappearing in Scotland passenger-n fact LEWIS' and irfiuned.- I IROUGH
its tariffd .
broad will revise passenger HEB 1IA1U FOB A HAOAZIKE. )
two of tbe minor
schedule June lit great believer in judgments-aren't recognized by compa tttrongttt and pur" on
put on a new CORRECTED: WEEKLY..
A Chicago publisher says: ''Apa Diet in 1880 when they ceased to carry Make the art perfumed Hard
rst-class fare is reduced from 81 to 3nls you? I think if one waits long enoughand 1
this class of traveler. Curiously enough wUAoitf bait
In W minute
mile second class fare from 8 Hear, Grata and Meal. thetic Incident was called to my attention t Soap '
per ; watches the people who have done in Ireland he prosper famously, the proportion ing. It U the beat for softening
2 1.10 cents; a reduction of 14 per FloarJ'I.n' SO 150 ( *eean I at. in first-class fare and 10 cent. 00 t extra faney $3 73 t fancy W 60 I family wrong, one sees them suffer for It, of the second to the third btlogwentythrte .,
per 14 75.: Corn-Na 2 whit ttOo | mixed BSo. morning. He bad received In the mall per cent., while\ it is nine dUlnferllng d
tree, eta
if has it's bottle ,
log point
| second-class fare. The reduction is ) U-Na. 3 &.-e Banns nut hough one a mean enemy
;
one-half cent in and
and England
lade on account of an increase in pas- proof0. Bay-Choice timothy large bale, a glovo box, which when opened revealed just as well to put the stone in one'spocket and per one-foutth in PENNA. SALT MFO. CO.,
rnger traffic.IAzyettheplani. $(US: J No.1 timptbr, Urgabtle*. $L10 { choice a lot of fluffy golden hair In only one per cent tien. A eut., fbil*.. fa.
timothy until bales, tl.20;No. 1 timotliT.imiU ready for use;and then when Scotland.
! for North Carolina's Mlet, tllS No. 2 timothy, small bale, $1.10. two pieces. It was really beautiful
t throw it throw it strike
thibit Chicago are not made but the Meal Plain 85o t bolted 83o. Wheat br nLarge haIr and In A letter you so that .HaLAiilA mr4 sad eradicated tram tbe, For Sale--J! i
lay rings. .
pretty i-ntcm by Brawn' Iron lilttera which oriabe -
.m&l1..u SI 23. Cottonseed St. Louis
Hhorities have made a strike by asking iaekf *1 SO | loine.-[ Republic. *the blood, tone* tb. nerves. aide altfe. .
meal $180 cwt Steam feed-tl 85 came with the box offering to exchange
IT just twice as much space as was per uoa. Act like a charm on persona to general
per cwt QrlU-Pout $i 60. til AcalUi giving new lurgy and .t.r.DWL1ll. '
'cured at the New Orleans !exposition the; hair for a year's subscription to HANDAFES/t

he first active preparations to that end Oracerlee.Coffee my magazine. Tho writer Is a Kansas FASHION :KOTES. 1'111.11.: mffleleot recompense ID the very SECOND-

ill begin about the middle of June, -ItoMted-Arbackle.* 25Mo 100 ft not well educated but Wool aural: a new dress fabric, ii conacloMMa of a iiobl 11I *.-Ct"ry.&TATB Must bo Bold I Cheap for Cash.
hen the board meets. It is an assuredct eases; LeTering 2So. Green-Extra choice girl, very very almost as light and delicate a* the Totsuo Address JO1I.VMO, IUUKKU it CO.,
- that the Richmond and Danville SWot choice 23c1l|food SlXi fair 200; commas ambitious. She wrote me that Ibo had I Of Lucia OHIO. CITY or {". Ill ('''e.I.et Bt.,(;..11.*....,T....
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19&IBa\ Bngar-Qrmna'ated 6Yoi silken material.A C'ourrr -
alway will make an immense exhibit : cat loaf offgreen- no money, and believing her hair to Fa.ullt J.Ca...s"wake*oath thai be lath* MAJUI
ated 5Ket;powdered 6Kl; little Shaker bonnet seals partner.( the firm of *".J. I'UCKIV A
deal the material have pretty wl
of
i i great they extra 0 chows 448oi prime .. common be t of some value offered it for the Co. dolly business U ;.h. th .IiaId BORE WELLS I MONEY I
and at
:ready at band.'ARaleigh Orlean 8i@40c; shown among tbe children's thing. at CooDtra&d Mate afurnald .. .....,
' of Tuesday : tO&Ko. Holaatea-Ueoalne Cuba 85@33;imitation magazine. It struck me a* being one arm will l+e7 ibe aum ol On llui. dr* dispatch says ClMlee 7 a recent opening. fee each aad of C'ATAHKH that ,."iiTs.r ..
28(1=0 Bice- : > here is great jealousy between the ports !IVJciOJmmon t,t [ Wilmington and Charleston, and the -Hawley1* dairy 91 SO: Virginia 75c.: heard of. What did I do? Why, I 9 :issba\ alas.LOONIS :
Irmer has takes away a good deal of the Cheese.-Foil, cream, bcddar4 ISc; flat* sent the hair back and her material, and i* considered an Bworn to before meaod eu4.erlhed: : in mipreMDc tr. Cataloa"
cotton trade nom the latter. The people 13/>; skim -' White nab, holt bbl put namaOD essential detail of the costume. *, this 0th day of fccMstxir A.IA,1&4 & NYMAN.
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S4( 00; pail COo. Soap*-Tallow 100 ban, my subscription books for a longer --i ,A. W, (iLU"' .. 7IFF1N.OHIO.. rJ /8tidl
f Wilmington subscribed 'l OOOO, to 'l1l1b1 $a 00.3 75; turpentine (V) ban, 60 Jilt The long sleeves with wrists which {SBAL t __ __e_
d the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley $II: 00.2: 25' tallow 60 ban GOlb $925.250.Csndle.j'.rafne period than a year." v- internally awl
alway in extending its line to Wilm- 11"'el &tar 100. Uatchc fall over the hand are to belong to the Ball'*Catarrh Car l. taken SMITH'SWORM

gton. They are now shocked at the 400 $4 00;300 '3 OU.3: 75;U00 12 OOaa 75; tOt flowered surah silks for early springwear. act face directly uf the lyatem.OB tbe blood U ltd and fur UatUuooiak mucous aur., ,
6 (3 75.: Hod*-Kes" balk fir; t lb pkRi .
;ws that the road Is arranging or has 60 groM;caw, UIIfao lJ(e. % Its oxalic.Craokrr AN irriCIKXT: RAILROAD WOK A.. Lea F. J.Ce***'' Co..Toledo, atold OIL wORMS I
ranged, for a connection with Charlesh -XXX soda 6j' 'c; XXX batter One of the most remarkable womenof pr" by Ur gab;.. Tim.
\ via Bennettsville. OUe; Candy-A*.orted suck 8a.,; French The millinery is pretty this season, ti tiIS

lASt Louis dispatch of Monday says mixed$6 008 UVJa-00; imU.tion! Canned mack-rid gooda-Coudenaed*3 95a4 00;milk aU Machen.Georgia It I.was Ifrs.largely II. 8.through Gould her of although it takes a little time to become I tats Portabl.C, B.Hay Curlew!Pinae. Ui."lOlL*..MUa.Address for cir- A SAFE AND SURE REMEDY.

at the more searching the investigationto mon $d 007 M; 1'. W.oyster ':20a3 50)L.W. accustomed ,,to the changes ia --- OO O or3itreiii
the affairs of U. B. Wright whoid $160; com 200a3TS$; tomatoes 1 75&:1110.: moans and efforts tht' the Covlngtoa That Sold Everywhere.

from Clarkiville, Tex., last Friday, Ball potash t3 20. BUrcb-Pea.1 4'e; lamp k Macon Railroad was'bailt, and afterit styles.An i i
hkn. At *'/;&; nickel patkaRe 1350; cellaloid $5 00.
for
look
,e wore matters : Fickle, pUin or mixed p nt*II OOd 40; quart* was put in operation she had great exceedingly...." one gold chain for. I Tired
ery turn there are new and damaging $1 Wet 80. Powder,A-, keg S3:SO; K u e the neck with a pendent encrusted I' FeelingWhether
.Telot>.meDt.. Money paid to him ou $300;/ keg< flDS. Shot tl 65 par aact. deal to do with its management. It Is
ant to land companies by individ- ---a related that with diamonds, is a favorite article of JI.bllICarecl.boa' IIh.l4alOI''rneetal lpfur7.
many on one occasion
an engine .
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Pr.vl.l.... caused by change T.a' Idea\Jol.lwithWalofitr.K t
iU has not been accounted for and it is
Jewelry. .. ,.., .-
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the road had become derailed at (. I Jw1cJ! IN5TITUTCEd
rib ildei boxed 7o io-onrd WHoaIt.
Clear THE
teged that at least a dozen charge of ;
abirzzlemenr, swindling and forgery Bagar-onred ham lO (.aUi 'e, aopording some station on the line. The local Very elegant little wraps for callingare of climate, season or life, by **.ood.he. aad Je,8t. ",,'uAt'&.OJ. i
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,a be brought against him. Wilgbt'n \nDJ1.nd.yerag.o.1ifor.bacon /. Ird-fun leaf 7>Vo
hereabouts are unknown.A refined eo; the torte with sort of [fiat StatelieraadWUk7B
conductor jet
and brakemen, with as an effuetlr.e off by Hood's Sarsaparilla sypdr"" w Burr t.s....- 't

Fatal Mistake. ("...Ir" rre',",.. perhaps some of the passengers worked garniture 1: which imparts great (.;t? r'I: : :n_r.JI."i
Egg H/alSo. Batter-UeMern' creamery SO* Tor hours .L", 'J wsw.er awe --
trying get bIg Jocomot For ladies in mourning, fur.
are
1.50. cho oa Tenuen a 15a.0n. ether grad4 -- --
At Stanford IlL, Friday. l, A. and 10&1ZY. IJvepdtdtryBeoe811,33yoyenngehickerw live tack on the track. They were rushed necklaces of onyx beaM,"plain, nerve, mental and bodily sand at hutua.wiia Mt. '

4inuel Riley, of that place, and Berry ,lame 25aISo! illD&li 12sl4o, I),aired Bo to out uia. Book el M.. '
to it faced strength. tare getHood's
preparing give bad ; suit
wler, of ilonticello, took drinks from poWll'J-'furkr1 ITalac 'luju lie. chicken 'up as a Job polished or unpolished as -O tkul.n.ecIBaR

bottle whir h they supposed contained Uc. Inab p>'aloe iOOa800, per bid iwo pot*. when Mrs. Gould came, along.' She the taste of the wearer. .- : WOULUCYM.Q.wklkl.all.4PENSIONS
!netCOaTlMperbonDtJ, ilO'wy-b r&inc4 8&lOq im
l uiskey bit which was tilled with aeon. ; t.be boob lath' unions $4 00 per bbl. saw at a glance what was the matter, Blue and yellow Is a 'favorltejsombhCation '

e. Ia a' short 'time J. A- Riley was Cabbage l&/tt per b. Almero (rape*, 601bp.ckaga,0 and gave a few -* deddfe'ilgraers, in-tbe.J 'new India silks and ihlafabriw 01::, FE.s! !!!

*d and the other two wllrtie. tk1.1..;q. I 1$PISSed. I'L"
'. n f -! Within 20 mlnut the engln( "titi iiifTt... boJ'cti ifm-if1'har.; _.... '. .

IT you want to reach the people yet J.uUt lUadylUddling Cita. B .18c read to poll oat There are other monlous It properly and skillfull arrtozed. | Sarsaparilla j=:.. It Wia'.t:; 1: "'+l

could advertise IB thii paper. and similar stories of Ur ereentlre':' .

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Pierce. ,. :Misses Allis Martin and Llezle Bergman ffiOQ tXt.1. ..fIIrt"Z
Fort were passengers np on the steamer hJ rn' -: NEGLIGEE SHIRTS

Tuesday t pt is' 0, W 1 s: ,
o t=3
Lately we have bwsn having very wet Mr. L. R. Hover, who lies t been engineer ? a d liJ tj SaZS r'r -
weather, with ]heavy north-cast wind" on the Sweeney for the past winter, IIv n' \ Jt' Al'm'VVIISTDSC

Measra. Hell, Schloppy and Harvey Steamboat has entered Co.Into the employ of the I. It.' w t:1"1:: = cue."_""'I & .rte III'w y : >:R. TXES J ,
tor Tltiisvlllo yesterday In the s SIS .
started =z:
Mrs. Packard and little son, of We- o g *1 2 D.g Pn ; tId: Are the Proper Thing for Gentlemen to Wear this Weather i
.
"Gooae. laka, Flft.;, arrived In Cocoa last week f:3 s Q Q'-4,
Mr. II. Jlcn'I weather! III t building a and are stopping at Mrs. Dawson. Sirs. i 4o' S S WE HAVE THEM
house on 'ids land, which Is rapidly nearing Packard will open a private school and S;

complul Ion. also give music lessons. -s f S If
Mis Willie, of g. c:> 4DM tId: Q
Mrs. R. C. and .
our May
We are very sorry to nee that f) -c:: a 'i .
Rockledge, were In Cocoa shopping last 0 J H Also Black Satin Suspenders
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church Is ;setting nearer completion ; Thursday Mrs. May intendeleavingfor H e: ..M. ,/j p ., ,
there must t I" n hitch somewhere. her old home In Virginia very soon, for SO go v =a a t"' +
the summer. We wish her a pleasanttime. I '1 1; 03 g M tId: () I!: White Satin Lining, at One Dollar.
hell Is fast becoming an
Miss Lily 17 C K (U RotlD
Ideal flHlwrmafdon, catching ten big mullet a **: >- .=.-= ,., t: c::> Finest Out.
The
the other day In one throw of the )fl'. and Mr*. H. J. McGlnnls left lorOrmondonthe..llallIa. t : :. z o: H mn Thing
Thursday mornIng 0AO"L'm :> 0 Do
e"'t net. on board the "Silver King," Capt. 0' O' C
gentleman from WashIngton MacNeal master. Mrs. McGinnis hat t+ >0 M Sl'JJ tI':2 !Z .
Mr. Binwby a Z CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS. SHOES A SPECIALTY
of land ben very 111, and it is hoped that the [ ''X SE
who acres
bought seven
!bracing air of Ormond will restore her to CII III _. -- Q fA 00.. ......
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here of Mr. A. Jlell, will soon have three and 'Sr !!.
health. Mrs. McGinnls, Sr., little O OM u s.
TURNER & COGroceries
J. P.
acres of It ready for putting In pineapples Almeda remained at home. I ? f'c M J O H t'11 SB 85, ej;

this summer. Mr. L. S. Andrews Is now a partner I S c)2 y !
with Mr. E. C. Johnson in the confectionery H bye e 0M
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A very pleasnnt trip was made to the r 1 = tI sW
ocean beach last: Sunday In the magnificent business. Mr. Johnson will at- .g 1:1 i 1Dc3, () C =z: -E. L. =:R.E3-: =: Y,
tend to his billiard and pool room over c/a :L
naphtha launcb"Elne! ," belongingto Jones Bros.' store. Mr. Bouchard, the rillS CD = 1il mC! in < Eo,
Mr. M.\lno,-of Now Haven, Conn., one barter, will move down stairs into the Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.
of our northern residents, the party con room he formerly occupied and recently l ro M J y wL ,

sls'tlng Mr. and )[rII. Maine, Miss Lily used by Mr. E. C. Johnson as a confec- ] > IS I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

Bell and W. T. Rubin. We ate dinner tionery store 2 ::;- H B S ... Staple Sc: I ancy Oroceries*, Fruit
Mm. W. II. Peck returned from g
Friday
and FifU 9. Id
Inlet after
at Indian River staying
her visit to :Suwance and Jacksonville.We I And Food Products
there an hour or so !steamed off down the were pleased to see her back, but Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of
river and again landed! on the peninsula regretted to learn that she had not come
side and went hunting for turtle eggs on to stay, but to get Prof and their charm- BREYARD COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Sccd Meal,
Ing daughter, Miss Daisy, and return to ALBERT A. TAYLoR Secretary, .
the beach, but our: search proved unsuccessful : Ground Food and Wheat.I
Jacksonville. will the
; so after spending a few pleasant Duvnl Hotel, recently They purchased occupy by their am the only.house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above line of
hours there we started for home, arriving son, Mr. S. H. Peck, for the summer. STATE BAM INDIAN RIVER Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit

there about sun-down, and then part- They will lie greatly missed, but gladly your patronage. Very truly
welcomed home by their many friends, E. I,. IGJEL A.:TVST.
ed, with many thank" to our most genial
In the fall.
COCOA 'REAL ESTATE
host and, hostess for our pleasant day. FLORIDA,
GEORGE M. BOBBINS WALTER S. GRAHAM
W. T, lUnui.v.AVhlto ,
$OOO.OO-Half Cash Incorporated 1880.CAPITAL .
Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law..
For the large lot on which the building EXCHANGE
Peklii l>uck known as Gibson's hall Is located. This : Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.. '

A limited number of the above for sale Is a very large lot and the buildings alone Paid Up, if25OOO.! .

by July let, at *3.00 per pair. Orders cost entire much property.more than Speak the quick.price asked for Authorized, $100,000. COCOA, Indian River, FLA Robbins & Graham

*111 be lillod In the; order In which they 10tf ROBUINS &; OK AH AM.: ,
are received. A. S. DICKINSON. .. ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. -

Aurantia, Fla. .13..it. Married. Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE.We

At Lecsburg, Fin.( on the 24th& inst., DIRECTORS: Eicbanged.S3.T .
Coboa. John L. Jensen to Lucy St. G. Braendlin, O. S. HARDEE, President. ,-
both of Jensen Fla. The ceremony was JAMES HOLMES, Vlce-Prenldent All Inquiries will be promptly
performed at tile Edlscopal church atLeesburg R. B. HOLMES, Cashier and reliably answered. Fire Insurance have For 'Sale a Large List of Carefully Selected Indian
by the Rector. The groom lathe ALBERT A. TAYLOR, J., M. SAMDEBS! written In standard companies at lowest
Mr. Carl C. Qurtlss of TKusville
was
,
founder of the
thriving settlement J. F. WOOTEN rates.
In Cocoa Friday which bears his name and has a large River Properties

Rev. .f. L. Reset made a flying trip to pineapple plantation and a bearing .
Tltusvllle last Tuesday. orange and lemon grove. The bride Is a Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Line
resident and of the
property owner
same The Co.
Mrs W. H. In Sharpe of City' Point, place, and is of a bright, vivacious dis Clyde Steamship Canal and Transportation (/0.C.AN'AL .
Cocoa.
spent Monday position. Mr. and Mrs.* Jensen registered -
Hon. II. 8. Williams, of lower Rock- at the Indian River Hotel on Tuesday LAN'DS.

Jedge. was In town Tuesday. home night, and left for their pleosanl Florida Sou tliun Railway, Jacksonville, Tampa A: Key West Railway Company
on Tuesday morning. The Auvo-
Mr, and Mrs. M. Gould spent Tuesday I VATIC tenders bust wishes and congratu Lauds. Dibbton, Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,.

at their grove at City Point. lations. J and other Low Priced Lands,

Mr. F. C. Allen the merchant of Georgians
was In town Monday. The Down River Mail 1L: oney: to; X OAXX: 'Always on': And.:

Mr. Albert Faber and wife, of City The Public Spirit, In Its last Issue, says e Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.- ,
Point, wore In Cocoa Monday the petition to change the terminus ol 4! r. Address
box
o. 108 Titusville Fla.
the mail route "is not worth the p. ,
Mrs. 8. F. Travis, who has been paper
quite it is written on.. If this be true the
ill Is much better.
now
circulation ofthe, document should not ED"'IlIT lACE .D STILIN"GCocoa -
Rev. J. L. Rast held service In the have excited so much alarm; and our edltorial .
Iftthodlat church last Sunday. In Its support, it seems, was not
Indian
such a terrible blow to Melbourne after River Florida
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Mrs, M. J. Thomas has moved into
,'her new house neat the postoffice. Postotfice all Brother Department'be Andrews urges petitioned that "to the New York, Charleston and Florida Lines. Dealer In

Capt. Robert Hardee, wife and son,of so change the schedule of mall steamerson PAINTS HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE & AGATEWARE
:llaraeeville, spent Thursday In town. Indian River as to make connectionwith ,
Mr. J. }I. Sanders and family visited trains arriving" at and departing The magnificent Steamships of this Line are ap PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES; OILS GLASS & PUTTY, TABLE
from Tltusvllle.
their Put we cannot be- pointed to sail as follows : &; POCKET CUTLERY ;BARBED WIRE WIRE
grove at City Point last Tuesday. lieve he Is serious In making the suggestion. NETTING,

Mr. C, A. Willard and family, of City The train leaves Titusville at From New York (VMHDAJtD TIMI.:) From Jael80Dym... A WIRE CLOTH.
Point, were visiting friend In' Cocoa 8 a. m., and arrives at 7 p. m. Would (Viet:20,K.It.) STEAMER Florida. DOORS, SgS$, : LD.\TDS: ::BRIG
'Thursday.: be like to receive the mall at Cocoa at Monday Apr.27th,at S r. ........8EMIYOI.Et,;......Sunday May 3d, at 13,00 noon ,
11 p. m. and get It ready for departureat Wednesday,'Apr.Seth,at 8 P. .......MIRUUUO18 ...,..Tueaday, .Hay nth, at 2.00 r. M' Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.
Senator 0. S. Hardee, of Friday 8 ...... ....... '
May at P. .ALO NgUiN" .
Rockledge
Hay at
2 a. m.' That is what it would Thursday 7tb. .00 A. M
4CIy .. ...' Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of an kinds.
was a passenger up on the steamer Tues Monday May at S P. .CHEROK.EE.Sunday.. May 10th, at 8 30 A. x' Ship Chandlery Goods,Gauze
day, on hi. to amount to if his proposed schedule were Wednesday May 6th,at 3 P. .....,"Y E M A SSEK.!:". ..... ...Tuesday Hay Ilt.b.: at 8,00 A. M' Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets
Tallahassee ;
way adopted. How would the people of the KriiUy May 8th at 8 p. 1I..8J1MINOI.K: ......I..Thursday, Hay 14th, at 9.30 A. x' ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Lawn Mowers Ice
.... ..... Specialty. ,
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Monday May llth at S P. "IROQUOI9 17th,
Sunday May 11.30
at
Dr. Hughlett was tailed! down to upper river like to travel by such a ..... A. II" Cream Freezers Brick Lime
Wednesday; May 13th,at 8 P. "ALOONQUhf .. ...Tuesday May 18tb, at 1.00 r. M' ; Cement and
Tropic Saturday to attend Mr. Rufus schedule I How would the shipper at Friday May tb.at 8 P. ....."CHKKOKEK.1........Thursday, May 21st, at 2.30 p. M' Chimney Pipe; Flags Bunting;
Cwp'r, who was very Ill.Mr. Brantley, Tropic, Eau Gallic, Melbourne Monday May nub,at 8 P. ....."YEMAS8KK": .......Sunday, May 24th, at ..30 A. M' Table and Pocket Cutlery Mouldings, Scroll Work etc. etc.Catalogues .'
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and other the like Wednesday, May 20th,at 8 P. :SEMINOLE.Tuesday:, May auth, at 6.00 A. M'
route
point on to Friday May ZM: at 8 P. x "IKCH1U01S,1' ........ cards and size Hats
E. StiUng, the energetic hardware .Thursday, May lath, at 8.00 A. M sample Bent free-on application. Correspondence
wait their
docks
on until one, two ) at S x.AIIONQIJIN"..... '
or Monday. lay2l\tb. P. Sunday,
Ynerckant. Is kept busy filling orders for three o'clock a. m. for the up river boat, Wednesday, May 87th,a:S P. .........CHEROKEJI:...'.......Tuesday, June May 81.t.2d at at 11.00 1.00 A.p. M.' solicited and estimates furnished promptly.
lumber lie has an able assistant In Mr. and beside, no boat could make the run Friday May 20th,at 3 P.New. ...... .yEbl.A&JUI:, .......Thanday June 4th, at 2.!0 p. x;
W. Hlndle. .
From Titusville to Melbourne leaving .,
We are pleased to know that Misa here on arrival of the train, anti get back
Ethel Shear who has been' so seriously to connect with the departing one in the St. Johns River Line. J. S. Watson Co.
ill. Is some better. We hope she may morning. We fear Brother Andrews Is i

continue) to Improve.Mr. Inclined to treat the subject with levity. For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on ,

W. A. lowland, who has been the St. JohnsRiver.
etopplpg at the.Plerce House, at Indlan- For Sale. C01n1nission
ole, is at present stopping with Dr. J. O. Two pairs thoroughbred "full regis The elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamers .

Boo tld, at North Cocoa. tered" Essex pigs; Peters' stock, Decatur "CITY'OF JACKSONVILLE ANDKFORWARD1G

Mr. Will Hall, after a pleasant vacation Ga. C, N. Mime, Mime, Fla. 163 Capt. \V. A. SHAW ,
spent at his home at City Point returned ,
Saturday to his post behind the The Town Council "FRE1 'K DE BARY." MERCHANTS
counters at Mr. J. M. Sanders' store Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr., !

Mr. Thomas Johnson, of LaGrange,, Held its regular: meeting yesterday. Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville dally except dally except Sunday Saturday at 9.a.m., at 9 JO p. m., and from Sanford,
was In Cocoa Wednesday to attend the it was decided not to frame an ordinanceprescribing Dealers in Fertilizers
fire limits at this time. SOUTHBOUND SCHEDULE. NORTHBOUND.
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bourne also bounty Surveyor Burchfiel will be enraged Leave Bead 8JO Down.p. x.............................Jacksonville............................Arrive ttead JJ All Up. ,
was present.Mr. to establish street grades, and .. (.OOP. M........................,.......I'alatb...........,..., .. : ...Leare 1M p. x' P. Henderson Sc Co's Garden Seeds
F. II. Allen of 'Sanford dock corners at once. Council will only 1JO A. M........................... Aator .............?.......... *. XMp.p. *.' ,
left for ........... .................at Francii.. ...
meet once a month during June 1.4SA.M ..................... 1Z45 II'
home Tuesday, after spending a few dayswith July, 6.00 A. M..............................Bereaford............................ 11.46 r A. .' &
his wife, who la the guest of :Miss August and September. The meetings It 6XM A, K.....,.....................Btae Spring........................... .. HM orange Boxes (Crates paper.
Julia Roberta. Mrs. Allen will occur on the fourth Thursday of ArrlreSUM A. M............................. Sanford............................. It .OA.A. M* ,
the guest of Miss Robert for will another remain of each month. 1.16 A. M.............................Ent: rprta ............................ It 1.30 A. II'M I

week. General 1 Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.: CEMENT, PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA LIME
A Bargain Pineapple Lands. F.M.IRONMONGER.Jr.. Florida Pauennr pnt,1I Wait Bay St.,Jacksonville Fla.
The children and many of the older J.O PKLOT rrelKhiAmt.oa wharf.footUoKan Street.Jacksonville S la. Agents for the C.'F. T. REFRIGERATOR
About 80 acre of a* good JO. L. HOWARD Florida CABS.
people are looking forward with pleasure pineapple Freight: Agent foot Laura Street,Jacksonville..
and be found J.A.LESLIE,Superintendent,foot Laura Street Jackaonrtlle.
to the a* can on Indian River, Fla
annual Sunday School excursion: situated between Eden and THEO.O.E8ER.Tnfflo Manager I Bowling Green New York. win Furnish Car Wkea Desired and sea that they an properly LOADED ICED: ,BILL-
Ankona
which will be held June 10th. The ; MARSHALL H.CLI'DB..C.Traffic Manager Bowling Green,New York ED. and TBACED: to Destination.

Sweeney occasion. boa been chartered for the of fronting the pineapple on the river section in ,the on very Pineapple heart WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l. Agents., We will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables, Fare and Skins; in fact

Ridge. Price 175. per acre. Land on IS ftoutk MTsukTrea,ftUa4.Jpkla. C Bowline ONtua.New Terk we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us.
The many friend of Mr. and Mrs each side of it held at from one to two .
-J F. Woolen, of Rockledge regret to hundred dollars per acre. Must be sold Correspondence solicited on any wants you may bare.
learn that their little daughter Arts, who Inside of 30 days. Address, J. P. Turner JNDJ:.A.N' RIVER OTEL., Respectfully, J. S. WATSON & CO1
ho been so dangerously ill, 1* still no Titusville, Fla. 18* =
better. L. T1TUSVILLEIndian -

Capt. C. J. Schoonmaker and family -A communication received from T. a*. :ELa.Tiv,

left Sunday on board their handsome "Old Timer," on the Down River Mail, t River,
boat, the "Mattie 8.;. for Cocoa Beach Ia unavoidably held over for our next L7'' -- Fla. DISTZLLEH.
where they will spend a week. We wish week'.lallie. .
them. pleasant time. PURE

Cob J. P.Setae and M estimable wife -The Electric Light Company having SOUF-. M.a sa '"
L M. MABBZTTE: VV J-tI SJ35?
lost week moved into their elegant new found It expedient to put In a larger s .

house north of Mr. J. G. Powell', at dynamo, P. J. Hall ha been busily engaged PBOPE. Distillery & Warehouse
: LYNCHBURG
North Cocoa. Several of their friend this week putting on an addition TENN.T. .
gave them a housewaroing. We wish for its reception. to date this
them many yean of happiness In their Up company Open All The Year. J. Eaton & Co., Agents Titusville
Fla.
new home. appears to have met with great "

Mr. and Mr*. F. 1L Allen, of Sanford success, and we are pleased to chronicle .
MUw* Julia Roberta and Dudie Gil- the fact of Its being so. The new dynamo Only a few minutes'
breath. left last week for. cruise down 1* to be of MO-light power. Mr. walk from Railway depot

the"Marguerite river on" Mr. Dexter1 boat, the Ender inform a* that the company will and Steamboat landings ADVERTISE in this Paper.

and They returned Monday shortly commence to erect a larger On the banks of UM
report' a .
very pleasant time. building. ftr-famed Indian Biver.

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