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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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of Temperature -Mrs. Harry Tensdale has been stopping -Mrs. Faber, of City Point is in .town -Mr. D. S. Hutchtnaon left for Tanlvllle -Mr. Rush Pratt, of Georgians In to tho ADVOCATB are iSubscribers I.

la Tltnavllle in town for a short time. to-day. t X. J., yesterday.Dr. town, today.A rapidly coming In, as will be seen by ik

For the, week, ending last night, June -Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's. Mower for sale-one-horse "Buck: Screven will, as soon aHJpoRsible, grand banquet and reception will reference to another column.Dr. sl

4, 1891, as compared with that of the Five Cents per copy.Mr. eye," almost new; In perfect order. remove to the store just vacated by J. be> tenders Senator Call by the citizens J. M. Dixon has had has Ul

corresponding week in 1800. Recorded F. II. Allen, of Sanford, was In Will sell lo\% as I have two, and:need "'. Rogers A Co. 01 Jacksonville to-morrow night.Mr. store pulled down, and his now store 1* t
At the U. S. Signal office, Titusville. only one., P. J. Net'Ins, Menitt Fla. 15* to be moved to the corner, while the
town Tuesday morning.: -Miss Belle Carter expects to start L. D. Lockwood, a prominent I
1800. office of County Solicitor Sander wQl fa
MAY. 1801. Capt. Richards Eden's pineapple -The FluridS Agrindlurissays' : for Tampa next Monday, on her way to merchant from Melbourne is in town to-
made to face Julia stroot.Don't .. .
Day hax. lIn. Max. lIa
29 78 71 8-1 68 king, ha been upending a day or' so IB "Lorlllard, the millionaire tobacconist,Is Key Wont, before returning north. day.
30 79 69 8\1 00m town. He returned home Monday eve- going to make af) effort\ to grow his own, -The steamer Georgtana, In commandof -The siding and root are on Mr. IIow- forget the meeting next Monday '

78 ro M U7t nlng. .,tobacco In the Indian River country." Capt. Morcler, started from here Sunday ell Titus' new residence, and It will not afternoon, at the Indian IUvecGuards'

J.800.' Jun. 1891. -For sale, a two or three horse p01l'er Tax-Assessor W. R. Sanders and' to do duty on the lower river.A be long before It will be ready for occu- armory, and100' If something .
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,80 'i2 9'J 08 cannot be done towards having aenM t
.. 2 79 70 89 68 kerosene engine and boiler,suitable for a Tax-Collector E. W. Hill have been busily full line of flower pots, all sites,just patlon.What sport on July 4th. '
.3 80 ro 8n 71 small steam bunch. Apply to Mr. Joy engaged\ lately, getting. In order. the'bxll opened at Indian River Lumber Com are our townspeople going todo

4 82 66 86 7-1 ner, boat-builder, Cocoa, Fla. tt'st; t for publication.Notife. : pany's store. 17* by way of sports for July 4th "Time -Mr. Km Valentine came up from I '
: In his
TlUman yacht "Waunlta"
yeste- ,
Parties tailing board during lIon the w Ing," and still no move has ?
MONTH'S -Dr. J. H. Brelsford and wife, of -The inside fittings and front of Mr. his to St.
TUB SUMMARY. day, on way Augustine oil X?
I Palm Beach, came up'on Sunday's the summer season, can get same at J. W. Rogers' new store is now In position been made in that direction. about week's could not
a trip. Sorry we
The for 18&11
mean temperature May
as recorded at the Signal Office, Titus, steamer, on their way to New York and the Indian RIver.Hotcl, Titusville, F',1a.tl and Mr. Rogers commenced moving Messrs. Smith and Sams, of New ourselves of his kind invitation to J'avail

YUle, was 73.0;or less than a degree low. other places for the summer months.. on and after the 15th of May, at reduced his goods on Wtnlnemlny. lie Is now myrna, who have been on a trip to Indian join him on the oruille.Sowall' "

er than the average highest temperature -For sale,' lands on Indian" and St. rates. Apply tojl. M. Mabbcttc. 13'Mrs. doing business in his new and commodious River Inlet, arrived here last evening -
Point Is the of
name
a new
'DO, on the 27th. Lowest temperature, Lucie rivers.- All choice selections for B. Hogg and daughter, Mrs. store. and expect to start homewards to- -
-68, on the 10th. I po tofflco which ho just been estabished -
lemons truck and banan TYTllallII.It!>have been on a fait, to Mrs. i Messrs. Robbins oV Graham R. P. day.
Highest and lowest for same month, pineapples, In Dodo county, on the we shore, r'
since station was established, 02; and S3 On terms to suit. Address,.Frank logg's daughter at Orlando, returned I Paddlson And Geo. F. Piiddlson went -Mr. D. B. Thrasher, of the firm of of the Indian River, just north of its)

in 1889. Mean temperature was about Forstcr Orchid, Fla. 14* here Monday evening, and started on the down to tock Ledge on Tuesday to attend Blair A: Thrasher, produce brokers and junction with the St. Lucie river. It 1*
-69 on 31 days about 08 on 27 days, and
; steamer St. Sebastian for
evening
same ,
the annual of stockholdersof commission merchants Jacksonville
Total rainfall 'The steamer St. Sebastian meeting ar situated the +
about 77 on 2 days. 2.40 brought on a, portlon01 disputed l
Inches,greatest and least for same month, up over 1,000 crates of pineapples andyeget.b1cs Vaveland. Mrs. Hogg reports a very the Least Const Transportation Com rived In town on Wednesday, evening, territory known as the "Uanllu 1GruL" ;
since station was established, 13.14, I pleasant trip, but found quite a number and started on the steamer Sebastian for
in 1800; and .70 in 1889. Number of on Sunday. The largest load of mosquitoes around Orlando. pany.The -Dr. C. II. llowland New Ilaverv, h
in the Interacts of his firm. lie
days with rainfall, 12. of pineapples she ever brought at one Florida Ayriciiltimut. says: "All Jupiter, Conn.? arrived In town, last night, .and
There were 14 cloudless days, 13 partly time, was' on this trip, we are told. -Many of our river people were sur- authorities Agree that there Is no Industry will, probably, return hero Sunday.Our started down tho river thU. morning, ,;

cloudy days, and 4 cloudy days Over 700 crates of pineapples were on irisotl to learn of the resignation of Purer so profitable In the State as pineapple readers' attention Is drawn to with the view'ot looking up pineapple)
l Total wind velocity; P.347 miles, of C. 11. Watson this week. Mr. Watson
board. growing In the ImlliMi River section, the now advertisement of Mr. T. Mur- ands. Tho doctor gave us ft pleasant
an average velocity of 12.0 miles per has been connected with the Indian RI,.
hour, which! Is about 2 miles above the -When Queen Victoria Is traveling by and the great laciease- In the area of ploy, engineer, Iron and brass founder, call last night and enrolled his name ;
er Steamboat Co. for some time, and his, devoted to the business shows etc. of Jacksonville which will be found t
average for this mtmth. Prevailing direction rail, In her special train she'qxerclsess country among our list subscribers.. 'g
,, S. E., or 20 pier cent of the total- no dead-head'right&. She pays at the enlal.au4l; obliging iham>erhas made that our people are not slow to avail on the fourth page. This Is a very rell- -Mr. Tom Robinson. of City Point,
directions observed. % him mane friends on Indian Klvtr. He, themselves' of the opportunity to better able firm, and any of our readers want-
of mile whatever the distance
Highest velocity, 40;>from the north rate fl.9'l. I met with an unpleasant accident Wed.
hAsh best of the AI "
wishes >VOCAT
In the above line would dowell
financial condition.
.on-the 8th occurral.on; In addition to.flnkllUS fares for : their ng anything
; thunderstorms ; future esday evening. A pistol fell out ot bl*
his *
the 28th and 29th. :* all the party, servants Included.! His for succeha.r. ':"Beginning June Oth, the steamer J. to communicate, with Mr. Murphy.J. pocket and discharged a bullet into the ,.

Average cloudiness, on a scale oIl toy I, saloon carrage cost fcJO.OOO. ,. .. u.tl4her', the gunsmith, Is still' ,W. Sweeney will run as. follows: Leave Rufus Casper, nineteen year old alf of his log. We are pleased to learn t,
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10,3.8.t' g 4TITTTSVIUJC at his alt aDd. od Main street, and 1. TltuHvllle Tuesdays Thursdays and Sundays of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Casper diedof '
on
-A. p Gardner hat beensvery energet.to that he U doing as well a* can be expected
in complying with the ordinance providing prepared<< to do\all kinds of work In the at 3.00 p.: m.rrtve ,at Wave- t typhoid malaria at half past ten, under the circumstance,, although ,

: POSTOrriCE- DIRECTORY' for the Clearing of'vacant lots, of way,of guns;} ..pistols locks, keys, etc.. land at 10.80 a. m. next day, and make a Tuesday morning May 26th, at Tropic the wound I II edremely'palnlnlr.

. .' etc ,; trip up the St. Lucle river. Returning lIe passed away peacefully. At he was
OC3CBTL DBUVEBV which he holds a goodly number. All -)( Geo. F. Paddlso.showed .ito- J
Is open from I*. m., until S,D. m.. except during of his property ha received; attention Tnf report that Charles F. Latham, Ie,,,. Waveland Mondays, Wednesdays closely related to the Stewarts, there are day, a pretty-looking watch- ba1Achara
the distribution of mad; and un Hundajrs of Oak Lodg near'' MlceoJ had sold a and Fridays at 2.00 m. and arrive at hundreds of pie kinsmen In this and ad. t
from 8 to t a.m.when train. or steamer U late on duringhe 'past week.- HIexijupK. t p. -a crystal, mounted In gold-taat tie i
. Sataritay evenings should be a forcible reminder. .for, Others portion of his place, Is denied. There Is Tltus.vllle at 10.00( a. m. next day,, joining counties who will be grieved tolearn baa received fI'01DtKra-JuUu. >Maultorv

.. roast OBOEB OmCB to go and do likewise.Mr. no truth whatever In the report, and Mr. -:.countySoUoltor J. T. Sanders and of his death. of St. Louis, Mo.,,one of the ladle wh
II open from a. m.until 4 p. m.
BBOISTEBBD LETTEBS!: W. M. Lichty started down the Latham had never seriously contemplated Deputy-Sheriff Waller visited Courtney "Where are you going this sum- was stopping at Eldora last winter., r!
selling a portion of his property.Mr. and Coooa Tuesday, for the purpose of Is often asked The from Zokohama Japan
by
Are delivered from a.m. until I p. m. river Monday" morning 'with the object met? ft question our crystal came ,
ABJUVAL or MAIL. of discovering a defect In the telegraph John C. Jones who has been Investigating a kind of shotgun practice river people. Those who have not fully and George feel quite proud of It.

From the North-6 M p.m. wife between' Cocoa and Eau Gallle. stopping at St. Lucie for some time past, between negroes, who were bound over made up their minds would do well tory -A* announced In ow last Issue, the i ,
From the South-7 to Up. m. The trouble was discovered at Horse returned to town Sunday afternoon to appear at the next term of County the"Gotten House," Sowanee, Tenn., Episcopal! Sunday School plcnlo took

J DEPAETrE.Northbooedclaa ;. Creek, a few miles above Eau Gallie, and accompanied by his uncle, Mr. Jas. : Court to answer the charges preferred a house where you can have home com place yesterday, a short distance above
.
BOtUhboaDda..m.at 6H m. after remedying same, he returned to Paine, who Is on a visit to Judge and against them. orts, and spend the summer pleasantly. the residence of Capt. Brook. There ,

R. C. 8c..oJOV"larl Titusville in the evening.The ilrs. M. S. Jones at Sunbeam. I -Capt. R. P. Pitddlsoo, general manager There are no mosquittoes at Sewannee were quite a large number of children I

) 1891. FontniMter. Ocala Fire Department Informsus -The steam launch Cleo started down of the East Coast Trasportatlon which Is a great oon lderatlon. The the ground, who Indulged la boating, 1

s that there will be a grand tournamenton the river Sundar morning, with Supt. : company, Is In the city, having just re- lady who conducts the above house lathe bathing, and other amusements-11 coev j

CHURCH NOTICES. Friday, July 3rd, at Ocala, and all C. H. Bent, G. D. Ackerly, Jas. Starke, : turned from the North, where ho left an wife of our well-known and much- Idorably enjoying themselves.. The day I

0) those connected with, or taking an Interest I. A.-Cartledge and J. P. Beckwlth onboard order for a large steamboat, which will respected Capt. Joe Smith, of Titusville. was delightful, and underneath the) .;'t:

EPISCOPAL CHURCH. In, the Fire Department of Florida, on a trip of Inspection of the be ready for the fall business.: The new See advt. on page 4. J beautiful shade trees,, with ft pleasant. ,: IIOUt

Divine service every Bunda)'t morning st 11. are cordially Invited to be present to witness landings; and interviewing agents, etc., boat, in connection with the Sweeney, -Kr. Edward Silting and )lr. W. Kin- -eUt breeze blowing off the river .,'

Re.... B.I*. Brown will officiate the second and the exciting contests on the above of the above company. will run between Smyrna and Rock dIe,of Coooa, same up to town Sundayto both young and old seemed to keep a* ".". j
fourth 1,% o'clock.Sundays-morning at 11 and evening at day. -Capt. and Mrs. R. P. Pall
g Sunday School st 3 o'clock p.m. -The attention of our readers is Mr. Geo. F. Paddlson, Miss Kate Paddi- long and 20 feet beam of light draught, for breaking Into Mr. StlUng's cum tancoa.. Those ladle who bathed

month.Holy Communion second Sunday In the drawn to a simple and effective agent on and Muter Person, returned, Monday with 200) ) tons capacity and accommodations tore, on Sunday at 10 p. m., and steal- off the"Mutual Life" must have had m ,h:

Rev. B. F. BBOWS, Rector. against Are, the name of which Is givenin evening, from their trip to New for 250 passengers. Hsrling AHolllngs lug therefrom various articles comprising pleasant time. < ,

a letter, In this Issue, by a prominent fork, and report a most enjoyable out- of Wilmington are her builders. seven pocket-knives, six peon, 8

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. gentleman resident, of Chicago. No Ing. Their many friends were glad to Tlmt,.(,'" ..-This popular Journal is rifles, 1 shot gun and 1 pistol, a* well u Fort Pierce.

.!'m. Sabbath 'School Sabbath at 1:30 at 11 a.a.lD.m. and Prayer IXp. doubt many of our readers will take ad. see them again on their return; and In error when It,states that the above a all boat which he left about two mile I

) meeting every Wednesday evening at I JO.Rev. vantage of the suggestion, and keep a many good, old-fashioned "Lang Syne" I steamer will use a propeller. north of Addlson Point, before entering Mrs.,Wllsey and sister have been down, -
Jvo. For, Paitor.
goodly supply of the compound on handin land-shakes they received on stepping -We are In receipt of an Invitation to 'Itusvllle. The negroe' name I II Robert hero the hut few days 9Mn.

case of emergency. ashore from the train. the wedding of Mis Louise' T. Mussen- Chandler, and he wss-through the
BAPTIST CHCRCH. .. Bass started for Tennessee on
Preaching every 4th Sunday at 11 a. m. and -From Sanford comes another new -Mr. and Mrs. Jno. F. Lenagban of den, of Bath, )Maine whoso nuptials foresight of Mr. J. D. Crabb-captureiy Saturday., Slut 1* still very ilL

7K Prayer P.n.meeting Sunday every school Thursday every' Sunday at IX p.m.at 4 p. m paper-The Gate City ilattotte. It is Sanford arrived In town Friday evening, will take place on Tuesday evening next, > Deputy-Sheriff John Waller, and The trade boat "Oseeela". pal'l us ft

Rev.A.D. COM EM.PMtor. edited by Mr. J. D. Smith formerly of and started for Melbourne next day. the 9th Inst., at 128 North street, Bath. lodged In Jail to await the action of the visit last week on her trip south? 1

, the Tavares Herald, and II an eight column While there, they took a trip to Melbourne Miss Mnssenden b respectively daughter Curoult Court. Messrs. tiling and Dr. Jennings and family are down

CATHOLIC CHURCH. folio. It is, we understand, to be Beach for the purpose of takinga and sister of our respected frtenels fondle returned home Sunday 1 It here enjoying our delightful climate. 1
' Mass and Sermon at lOtf o'clock SJn. Sunday conducted on Independent principles. the Mrs. Mnssenden and Miss Kate Mussen- seem u if Chandler Intended going In- .'hi
morning at Maionlc hall. surf bath. But greatest aml.Moment Mr. and Mrs. Maine started for these kitti
Rev.i. 1'.O'BoTLE, Rector. A good newspaper, is, no doubt, neededin of the day appeared to be when den, who spent so pleasant a time In to the hardware business, but made a home In New Haven, Conn., last batu-

Sanford, and this one bids fair to "fill Mrs. Lenaghan tried her hand at fishing, Titusville the winter before last; aad is failure at the start. day, for the summer. "t

METHODIST CHURCH. the bilL" May success attend Its efforts I tnd pulled In a large bass on Melbourne a cousin to Mr. Geo. M. Robbins. She -Tbe Indian Rivet Steamboat Company Capt. Will fchleppy paid u* a vUlt
.. Preaching every lit and third Sundays, at 11 Is the wish of the EAST COAST ADVO wharf. However we understand she is to be married to Mr. J. Honghton Mo- made another change In their Saturday in the sebtwner "Uardoe," o a
.- m. and I p.m. Sunday Invited Sunday Sanfordltes will It Lellan. The ADVOCATB sends them congratnhttlona his way to the Key
at x 3o P.m. All are cordially attend. CATE. We hope give had to get her husband to assist! her In schedule this week,which went Into of.
Rev. C. 8. Bnu, Paitor. their liberal support. pulling In the d.h. owing to It* powerful and best wishes for a long) feet oo Monday, and I* a* follows: The We are all looking anzdonsly which focmard.hear
U mall w*
to the change
-Capt. W. B. Watson, late superintendent struggle for liberty. Mr. Lenaghan is life of connubial bliss and future happiness steamer St Sebastian leave TltusvtU rumored around.

of the Indian River Steamboat one of Sanford' prominent wholesale hoping to see them on Indian Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays about I think nearly all our citizens were. rejoined -

LOCAL NEWS. Co., arrived In town Monday evening poeer: They returned home Wedne- River at some future day. 7 p. m., arriving at Cocoa at 0:40: end at CaU'a election as roost of them

and many of his old friends were glad to day. -The Real Estate RecOrd says: "An Rockledge at 10p.. m.; Eau Galileo were Call men. h

. Society ... General G.eelB 1m _.eedoa see him. He showed us a very beautiful -The Rockledge gentleman who bad unmistakable evidence of prosperity and Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at Capt. John. Baird paid u* ft snort visit
with ladle* River end lake We>rta see- present, which was to be presentedto an Impromptu bath In the muck In front progress of a town U found In a liberal 1330 a. m.; Melbourne at 10: a. m.; last Saturday, be ha lust come from tM

UMS dorUg part week. Brief_.&Ioa.( Mr. Mason Young u a token of esteem of the Indian River Hotel has our sincere support of Its home newspaper. A Fort Pierce )OOp.: m.i; Eden, 13 p. m.; Key with ft load of slip*.
t I........... Kreattl ABMI r*.... TMKmw. of with horn advertlsements to note) low well oat
from the employee the Indian sympathy. The odor in Itself If an ever- newspaper well filled Sewoll's Point at 1:30 p. m., connectingwith w. are glad
M4 rple YM Doss. K_w- River Steamboat Co. It was a chased, luting topic among our visitor, but U one of the best endorsements steamer Georgian, which arrive Alliance b* progressing at the presenttime
Picked.p It y Our ftodetjr Editor.Mr. having seventeen ins *bars.
gold headed walking stick, of superior when a gentleman falls into It-wen. It that any town can have. It Urocognixed a at Jupiter at 430: p. .-LeavesSeweUTPoint ,
, make. The stick I* of polished royal "add insult to Injury.. Cannot the fact that those ladlvldua on Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays I Cpt. Fischer paid n* a visit last "Sa&J 11: .
. A. 8. Dickinson, of Anrantla, unlsyln his magnificent Mttoooer Sl
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- that Capt. Watson obtained Town Council do toward who fall to their local !. for Wood' Wharf aid .
was In town today.help palm-one something remedying support papers a at :3 p. m lie." He stayed at St. Luoie all Sunday.Mr.
Ito
himself, The Captain returns to Jacksonville this state of affairs, and, cause so fall to render valuable aid, 'In anyway Landing, on St Lute: River, and returning .Cobb and Hany Harvey rode out
wanted to clear land on Merlifa to-morrow. owners of binds to keep their river front to the development of their town." In time to connect with the steamer Tea Mile Creek cm Sunday on a fla- .t.

Island. Inquire of Charles Provost, i -u cut with lung stems, flower can clear from It, This U true the world over It Is the Georgiaua from Jupiter.-Steamer Oeor tog expedition, and report a very good ,

Brantley, yia. 16.4 be kept fresh for several days by a very -Capt. R. P. Paddlson was the recap progressive energetic public-spirit men giant leave Jupiter Tuesdays, Thursdays tine. cot aground off T yU>r'. ,.,
-Mr. K. P. WoilUrd, who has been on simple process. After they ha,e become ient on Monday of two large companion of a town who support the local I'IIlrthe aad Saturdays about! ft p. m., connecting creek Tke on steamer Saturday Wild, and laid Ua.,. W

a visit to Illinois, returned to his home withered cat off about an inch of the picture -"Love" and "Peacemaker,"_ same men who lead the way In put. i with Sebastian, north-bound. tin two lied morning. She wa heavily .

on the lower river Sunday morning. stem-the part that has become black the Joint gift of Mr. Julio and Mrs. J. ting up brick buildings organizing town -St. Sebastian leave Eden Tuesdays laden with piaeappJW. -. '1

-7V'* 10 cent if taken quick in sums to heated ments. understand that a live arriving at Fort Pierce at 13 p. WAr here lt ly, Just
per ; water, to about 120 degree token of remembrance. The Captain U They, paper Fridays to the Ocean Beach to bunt turtle
suit. Bobbins A Graham. I3tf The effect Is often simply marvelous. quite proud of so nice a present. Tb. U one of the best enterprises a town rives at Melbourne on Wednesdays eggs which are plentiful Just 110'". t

_Matter P. U. Mabbette, who has Bouquet. of violet worn all evening and above ladle were stopping at Eldora the can have, and that the support they gin and Sunday at 8:00: a. m.: Eau Whilst killing a beef last week L.

been at Itollins College, Winter Park, then left on a table all night can be quIte past winter and although far away,they it Is not one-sided. The paper In turn flallUr ttO: ; RockWge. 1130: ; Coco, Carleton' little brother ran up to him
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fur time returned home Saturday revived by the hot water that the supports the town and its enterprises, 11:45; and Tltusrill at 8 p. m.-The SL and got a very severe cut acfos
some put, so I have not, it appears, forgotten the and publishes its advantages to the make her usual run between bawd W* are glad to ea that hit taadU ,
the term of school having expired. blossom look as though they bad, jus; steamer Sweeney and her popular manager world. }t supports 1U supporters just Augustine progressing nicely. ,
ud )Melbourne 1
been gathered. Capt. Paddlson. M much a* they support it. here


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10 AFTER STANLEY AGAIN. $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN $65 0N 1'ibJof -

EaSt t Coast Adv GCCai Is It powible Ji ftrst-class Buggy wtth Silver-plated Dash Rail, Seat .
The AborJsrlnesfl'Protection Society above price?
Tips, for
Raii Handles, Hub Bind., and Shaft
Indicts Him. >

TTTU8V1LTJ t FLOR1nA.s ,. A London cablegram of Bnturdar says: mi: Z r :a J': : (1'1i') > m D:' ra

; The report of Aboriginexc Protection 0 0( -
There hare been neatly $.32.000.000tec society, to be read at a netting of thAI > > i h < -i1Jo RACIHEWIS.
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lc/1 in voluntary contributions by organization, indicts Mr. Henry M. 8 ao :0 0O
the ley in severe brrns for cruelty to Datives : 'c _
iiio Church of England during. :: v Z mw > 0
of Afrira with whom ho dime in contac : 0 Z > z o -
least hire yearn during his travels in the dark continent II. ZO( III 01'1o"o

Tha authors of the report take occa i.,n ( O-i'l: .
bursas the scvonty-fivo rean that to scoff at the idea that Mr. Sian lep's w:: z m :- Q x >
III o
'have elapsed since the presidency of mission in his last trip through Africa ... III:: : :0Z mnz
a:
Stonroo, only three Presidents( han was solely) to relieve Lain Pasha, There 0(0- .., Q %ZO'- v
wile an ulterior, selfis i and sordid motive (')
been ro-elecled to a'' second term- for the The characterizes :: 0 >
expedition. report a a o !"tu zr
Jackson, Llnrntn find Grant. Mr. Stanley's tre itmeot of his servants a IDI&.O a IIJ 0 ,. v f V "" W.m
and tbe natives generally as 3 I
Tfie Hawaiian hat been steadily LOG LUMBER iARD & @IT ( TRUCKS -
race abounding In Inexcusable: errors. The Write for,our New 80 page Catalogue of all kind of Vehicles. |
dwindling lif(number* dnrlng the present signers of the report believe that )Ir. AddressSOUTHERN r SPRING WAGOflSj ALL STYLES.HuoaiNS .

century, and Ibo latest census gives Stanley is responsible for' the maltreatment BUGGY CO.
.
referred to, but they oedine to institute
It ft population of but 40,000, or a decrease OHIO U. S. A. I TN1
legal procet dings against him recognizing CINCINNATI LADIES CHAISE
: of one-halt within a !half centa. the improbability of success in

'ry, so that'its extinction must soon be such action. ---- IAtaNt.CBA1SEBRAKE :
E.
jpompljte'.
CONDEMNATION PROCEEDINGS

Governor-General of India receives FISH 'BR9S WAGSH G5-
Threatened Against the Chickamauga 9S
a salary of $260,000 a year,
Park Land Owners.
and /JAC//VE.W/S./
extras which Increase tho amount
rs rv LE
A Washington dispatchof Wednesday,
to 500000. Even the heathen of Bays: Gen, ral Fullerton General I3oyn- .z. ,

hat country begin to suspect, discovers t"n. General Ambrose P. Stewart and s II8Et3tEfl0616811tt1111Ee8
O
the New Yolk World, that he docs Colonel Kellogg, commissioners of Chickamauga eh13; f lrF 1IU1 E; are making a specialty this season of what AWe

cool earn It.Aecor.llng. National park, have returned to r call our PARAGON HARNESS.
i Washington. Upon, their arrival at Chat IIIBB I III 9 "
tanooga they found tbo same sluition r Made of the F NEST STOCK and the very

to tho intent estimate the among tho owners of land as con routed 61 ttA86EUN BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness o

Individual share in several leading na the Rock Creek park commissioners in cannot be bought for less than $25

Lione of tho burden of interest: In the Washington, namely the holding of Ian,is at retail. But we are willing,.
much above the total of the 0
public debt is eighty cents per head made for their purchase by appropriation congress.It -. $R s ljciN q-1 In order to Introduce it. to .II..

in the United States, fifty cen.'. (in was th n decided to offer liberal termsto t NANO SELL ONE SET ONLY ,).0' rose,,$$;
FACTORIES
Gemany, $2 in Russia, $3.45 in England the owners of the tiacti cmbr-.ct-d in TONETOUCH to one ,,"on" 'a ., 9,: eO : p

and in France $7.85.Europe's the bntiltfitld, and in cases wh. re an INTHE Sa. sample for ...<;; ;.
a .. t. :tj:
agreement is not rexche I, condemnation qND N es >
I IS p. "
\ "
R C o"1'" 'o1l
proceedings for which the law provid s $t6.50. .j:
population on Jannnry 1 and whic the law also makes mandatory \ ; .
,was '880200000.. The of .Jf. O""ot M '<$"1 '(
population will be at once begun in tho United ; C\ ..
'
: "'
"" o.- e
'each of the other continents was e-tl- States district cour, for north, rn Geor eNJAN EIIIt I .i' v40. '{"''" ''..t't<' ;j'o .f"'\! ?

: mated to bo as follows t Asia, 850- gia.Bessce Both have the ceded states full of jurisdiction.A Georgii and. Ten- na & ..4tr le'1 o1f..4'I" .":<,'1 .. \r;&"" a"" f.t'C'dI""u t"i.i

OOO,OOOI Africa, 127,000,000; Australia "TERRE HAUTE NEWPORT.' : .

4,780,000; North America, 89250,000 ,- MONUMENT TO RAIDERS. ". -9 1\ct' '' 't '\ ''' !t.t(1!.
1- ," '" d"A'1 '
o? ot..tI .
j South America, 36,420,000; ? \ '< ; ;f ?

polar, regions, 800,000.' The total Andrew's Men Honored With a 1VIdfdoW'o'.'I. .'..dI''aSV it' is Ot +',f?'

would then bo 1,787,600,000. Bronze.A .

c bronze monument to the Andrews

The marine hospital bureau at Washington raiders was erected in the national cemetery '
IS ONE OF THE 40 WHICH'WE
has been gathering some statistics at Chattanooga Saturday It 1* in THIS STYLEC \ MAKE
six section, surmounted by a bronze lo- .1 a
of death rates in Tartans largo comotive. A tae simile in miniature of 4 V ,* c

'Oltlcs of America. The result Is surprising "General," the engine which the daring = ,

; 'For example, the death rate party of sol>)ierstole at Big Shanty Oa., 4 .0 Z W
being cap urtd while attempting: to destroy <
of Denver supposed to be one of the brldgp between Chattanooga and ''oa ln

'healthiest cities in the country, is 26.9 Atlanta In 1863. Several of them were 'Z f < >

,I In every 1000. In Cincinnati it is but bangs d, e ght of them being buried in Xc z

:f 8." Is the dry mountain air of Denreramythf on the tbe cemetery.tribute Suitable which will inscription be unveiled are ..,........ 4 .t i ,"D III ..

Decoration Day. Patent applied forl 'a-i' Z *
40
,This I*one of the most convenient pleasure and business vehicles foV the>Hwyer, .
It speaks well for the laws of this '-.ine .man or farmer on earth.. Owing to the>>omtruotlonof the body. < .
BACK TAXES it <. very Kffhl, at the AIDe time rrry rf..r..Me, and i* the handnMUl III A ,
,country, proudly observes the Detroit '- 1>,........ or 6w. I A WRITTEN GUARANTEE GIVEN ON' EACH VEHICLE. HATtnui.WOOD rwiflB am ratmo:
Free Press, that eighty-two different To Be Refunded to the W. &
1\4 Chfd'r Eat titled. C&I"attaches or Cheap
men have been arrested within the A. Railroad Lessees.At I ,
TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE AND BUGGY COnTem> lI i1teJr.iCINCINNATI8h W6rfc. Live Dealers .wanted. -
Territory given.
:
last ,two years as the murderer of8noll.the Atlanta Saturday the Western and ,

Chicago! banker., It was a At'antlo' Railroad Commission awarded 1 .. KI'NOM'AN STth '
the quondam lessees of the wad buck I ij.TEVANT & L A R R A B EETH :.
of mistaken In each
case identity
taxes to the amount $00,644.04., This "
i Instance, but proves that the law is money was paid by the lessees aa taxeson C RSpN'S -CARRIAGE 110 SLEIGH BULD| BS H- ; '. '

leaving no stone unturned to find the the state's property in Tennrasee from 1 :
SEND FOR FULL CATALOGUES.:
right man. 1879 up to the expiration of the lease a > DINCHAMTON, N. Y. ,
few months and -- -
ago will be refunded to .
them by the state of Georgia. No awardwas
The entire weekly edition of a labor made for the betterments claims. WE ARE IN THE LEADFOR

in Vienna has been confiscated
paper FINE QUALITY AND STYLE OF
by the police bocause it contained an Movement of Specie. SPRING ,VEHICLES.

appeal calling for !shoes for the -' or4 iS4gOt THE MOST FOR THE MONEY IS OUR MOTTO. '
Exports of specie from tbe port of A
etrlkin .hoemakol'8l"| and, In Germanyan New York during the week amounted to Stroce{ BEST ONE OF .

editor was fined recently for 17,103,631, of which (7,060,230 w a

publishing the number of workmen gold an I $43,431 silver; $7.030,600 In is the machine that MATERIAL OUR CAT A-
tilled Ina mine disaster alongside of gold and $<.,1100 in silver went to Europe THIS
und $9,630 in gold and $9,421 la used in the Office, AND LOBUESWORKMAN
.41)0' amount distributed as a dividend silver to 8 uth American ports, The Au. MILES

t -among the owners of the mines. ranis, which failed Saturday took $9,- : .t sad I Court-room, and for reporting .FULLY IL:

800,000 in gold consigned to Liverpool Quickest.C lectures and sermons. SHIP
England Is full of young men whore and La Bourgogne took $500,000 in gold 'Department and Pullman Palace LUSTRATES

eager to join any expedition to und $84,000 in silver, consigned to Par.a. Bleeping Cars through without'change, While its speed is greater than any WINS. OUR LINE.
-- making direct conDO cHon11lCENTRALUNlONST other known method, it is so simple

profit Africa, so that that promises Colonel sport Coop, fame who or is ATLANTA-MARKETS. LOUIS that any intelligent person can gain a SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST .ATTENTION,

speed of zoo or more words minute (
planning a filibustering raid into COHHECTED WEEKLY.j And the WEST', and with Throuuu car ,'in five or six weeks without per the A SAMPLE JOE WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR

Southeast Africa, will have little dim Fl.... Oral and Bleal. lines for j'I aid or an instructor. Circulars and WORK IS THE WORK TO BUY ..

'culty In getting recruits. Stanley in l'loar-i'II'I' patent $S 110 ; second patent CHICAGOan'NORTHWEST., testimonials sent to ell who mention
$6 00 i extra fancy $5 79 t fancy $5 SO | family this BRIDGEWATER CARRIAGE
his second lecture refers also with through car CO.eO.A.NOKEJ"
humorously paper.
1.111. Corn-No. a white 87u | mixed 860. line, for DETROIT I I .
to the rush of applicants to Join the Oat*-No. li mixed 6801 white-o| Xanaa nut : :
proof -0. Hay-Choice timothy, lugs tale. and Puiuts in tangle E. T. PIERCE, FAYETTE, OHIO, "V.A..
Emin Pasha relief expedition, and its It.15 | No. 1 tmotb1.larRlbalM, $UO | ch ice BUFFALO and the Ea _-_. --- --- .
( probably a knowledge of tht* British! timothy, small bale, 'L20Ne.lunmthy.maUbale "Ouiy ono change of cars I Solo Agent for U. S. and Canada.
; .1111 No. 1 timothy, small bale, 91.10. .
trait that the thrifty Colonel demands Meal-Plain (Uot boiled Mo. Wheat bran->, NEW ORLEANS
La.ne laok tl 801 smelt aack* $1 23. Cotton Meridian. ,
$2500 from
each
adventurous youth leeil meal-tl 30 per cwl. tileara food 41U Jackson Vic burlC, Points la :
who joins the party. Whatever may per Cta&. GUI.-Pearl $1 IiO.O..eel'lu.. AND THE
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TEXAS F b
be the result tho manager will not lose Waf9T.Passengers : a oe

any money. Coffee-Itossted-Abuckle s 26V o >p100Th via thin line are afforded an. THE TRAVELERS, r
easel; Leveriux's 25o. On.eu-tdl'16 choice excellent view of Lookout fountain and _
Jacksonville
The New York Thces remarks t KS'l-t choice Sol god Jiljf! j fair Wet common surrounding Historic Scenery. Florida. vOT
i 18(419e.\ bun r-Qranu IIt4Itl 6ot off KMUU-; THE
Spain' preparation to raise a statue sated ."01 powdre.1 "j eat loaf 6ciwlilu -
'of Columbus on the from whichhe extra O "5iO|yellow exUa 0 Ko. Byrup-N.w a 0. RAY, S. Ei: Pass Agt., Atlanta -
spot 0 lean oJio'o 48,350; prim 35(3400 co union OIL The Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar
started upon the momentous voyageof 80<235o. Mol. .-Ucname Cuba 35(333( ;imitation Div. Pass. streets Jacksonville, Fla. A new brick
1>. J. MULLANEY, Agt.,
22@ 1I. Dice-Choice 7)joj good
hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and
1492 has suggested the of "
propriety( 6K96o; Imported Japan 6d7aLittUawley'a ChatUnoo
erecting some sort of memorial also at Saul ft SO Yutmia. 711e.Oht'uU D. O. EDWARDS, O. P. & T. A., steamboat landings. Especially: adapted KEPi
cream <:heJdar. 13oi flan to transie t business. Elegantly furnished SY STO RES .
his landing place in the New World. IS'/io ikira -- White nah, h-lf tbUi CINCINNATI. O. rooms, single or en suite. Tableas INSIST USi AIt95HIaRSernluN
The examination already, made by the i UO; paila ftVi. Soap*-Tal ow, 100 lure, THE goad as the best. This hotel was built YOUR OSPRttE -
75 Ib* 43 00,3 75; turprntiue 60 ban 60 Ib"* SENDTOUSF
Government engineers and architects $100.2 \16' ,albs.,, 60 ban, 001U 1l1/: &' 5Candle-I'.rabne famished and operated as a $3.00 a day TOREKEEP -
llk'oi tu lOo. ilatche. house; rates are now reduced to $2.00 a QC '
around tho Monastery of La Rabida, 100 $'00;300. *3 00.8; 75;*.'00. S3 00a3 111!' 60 NEW LEVER SAFETY %}iy while the service is better than ever. .,, ETTING TI1EM ,,, =. >3oXz10, :

near Palos, indicates that that may be 5 grave ,:3 75. t.Ida-K.II! bulk 60; lib -kgs Breakfast from 0 to fl;' luurh from 11 :00 %4; YOU. LY HOLYOKE MA5S.
to;0.auorte.t, lb< bl/att.Vo. M Ib* II'"o tI.Cra. FOR ,
to inner
2:80 from 5 SO to 7:80. Thisis
the region selected as a site for Spain'seommetaorative .kt-n-XU soda 6H'"t XXX butter ; :

6>{o; Candt--Aa.orled: atiok 8*Jo; French the only hotel in Jacksonville serving ---- -- -.- --< --- -- -- -, -
statue. As --- --
to his m>xed 1e. Canned C wd*-Coud.ne4 milk regular meals at these hours. All othersare
landing place In the Bahamas, there ft OI'a8 00; iO '.'"1D oiack-iel IS 95a4 00 .&1. at least one hour later. Use the
mon S3 0047 60; F. W.oysters .J 30a3 &0;L.W. Travelers' omnibus the tickets
,h. been in past times a wide difference save 23
.160; con $JOa37i: ; tooiatoa* ,75160.: 1ii
of opinion. Some writers have Nail potaah 320. Starch-1'ea 1 4%o; lump \I' / tents each wlY.DURTO'r.J'. .1I
tUo. nickel packaK $:3 SO; celluloid $3 00- t
Identified the land which he called S aSalvador Ptuklea pUin or nuioJ,p QU$100.140; quarts K.BARR8, i iI
with what f I Wet 80. 1'IIwd"r1bKl $5 50; W lees i
I* now known 13 00;>i keg. 1165. Shill II U ptr aack. 10 Proprietor.OUR t
as Cat Island( others with Marihuana 5 A'' .I. "WANT A AGON ? "

still others with Turk's Island and M h..Ia1.... t
Clear rib iUe, boxed 7o t ioe-earad belliMfto. 'We
on. But in NEW IMPROVED SINGER iuve wagons, buggies surreys. High great; as light
recent years .it baa been Sugar-cured baltll 10f al8"o, according
well established that $0 brand and rageCaUforaia 7>to; breakfaalbaooa The PERFECTION of SIMPLICITYand NIGH ARM, Tate *r LX.ONLY 939.90 (ft Q Strong, durable stylish" u beautifully' finished u inodernizedmamrficture
very of
no ono B ;alOo, Lard-Par* leaf >fci> leaf 80
these | ; ECONOMY of POWER. M:: can produce. Built on honor by men of life "
was the place on which the nav. NOnedw. 4.
(gator first set foot but that the honor -. NO CIEAI is4. NO G33.A.TIS. ZW f a;; c :t0.r' experience. Honesty U our policy prompt shipment our
,
('n.tr. ...... ... .1 ::t specialty. We want to know you Write us. Costs
r : ; you
belongs U Watliiig Island. This spotanswer Eggs 14al5& Buttcr-Wet. cr amtry 90* VARIABLE STROKE. only'two coU E o 'Hi ;; c- I nothing. May lead to business by and: by. Send for our
Sooj choice Tenoeaat 18a200 other
grade
to & descriptions in tho lOaliHa Uv poultry lieu*SO;.S3 ia t young of Revolving Bearings. I, co. IrJ w \.:;' ".'.. .::11. I catalogue. It is free to every reader of this paper Bintbamton .

logbook of Columbus as no other of chinks.lar>::. Ua35o t uniU IJtlta. lr ed Best Hill Climbing and all around Z i .!. Da Wagon Co., Binghamton N. Y.
OWUy-TurIte" 17alSo t duck ltd ebiukeoalio. Safety made. 1'10 I
th.Bahamas does{ la fact It U now : Iriah poiatoe $600.e00 per bbl.1 tlw..,potatuM60a70operbuahrl 9d "BUILT FOR
.ffloially oafle4 San Salvador Thus Uoury-Strnued SalOo; o.A.+ UE :r.a--u r z BUSINESS.
in UM oocuV lOaiao. Onion sa 00 par bid.
far, however, no local excitement la Cabbage 11IiY"per,b. Almeria rapo.. ftO IbpaokacS460aTtO. T -.waters_ BtnwbrcriM. tOalSope* H. B. SMITH MACHINE CO wifl
reported from that Wand aa to the *. CURED. rs -.
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share It 1s to EITS a LA&GX TRIAL BOTTLK. "
hare
U tho -
qudrf.oeaa.&oooial
.. SMITH VILLE, DOlii"1' sur'.... 8&rd .11
C.u.
proceedings. Go.. h Ofa sadgat+....
Uiitl 'ottlet-4Uddiio\ 9 .ia.. N. J. U&.L NIIIG&GO.. f......' Ptd4ah

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;:.FLORIDA'S BUDGET multI, and providing for checking sad'uppreeiing ALABAMA NEWS.: were tnarrV'u sixty-mneecrs ajo. Eleven 'em part ot no state for tho reason that .

: the same; amending an act children were born to them, one of whom fie older or PuKotuic rocks to the southeast THROUGHDIXIE.

; A .. prescribing the fees of herlffi in this a son, is dead. lie died away from home, of that line are too biRth tilted ROd _
state; to amend art act entitled an act to consequently Mr. Handle's is the first too b idly broken to Sllow of
Happenings of Interest all Over wp <;1 Of.Newsy 'Notei and Pointed establish: thdmuncpility! of Key West dia'h that ever occurred in his h' trso. such sect mulution. Thro is no doubt any; NEWS OF TUB SOUTH BRIEFYPARAGRAPHED

:: Paragr.lphs. and provide for its uovtrnmsnt and prescribe the State. Thrif youngest child, a daughter is marHi but that the nib-carboniferous rocks of

ik Its jurisdiction ant power; to II and has ten children. '.Uncle HI I ly"and the Moulton Valley, believed to be the

".11'(j -- regulate the inspection and sale ot beef his wife, "Aunt rally," have been I bed oi. bearing! rocks in t the s1 Ue, hove in -
Alabama
*, Fire itt Liverpool on Wednesday, did and to repeal chanter 86 I 13, approved May nchoo'i will turn out this year. numbers! of tho Methodist church from them In the ngurtgafe n vast amount of I Forming Epitome of Dally
,; $12.000 dama e.. 1889; to provide for the collection of more educt ta 1 young men and won aD youth IIn. but htthcror
petroleum not this
:" i: Thet new depot of the P. C. & P. at taxes ajstssvd under and in pursuance of tluin 1 bat in is any year of the state's history. KaiUrird fcy th. AllUneea.A &. turn is collected together in any pctro one Happenings Here and There. ,

Ocala, to take the place of the one dostroyed AH act to provide for the asstesment and pmgnss of tho right sort. Montgomery dispatch tarsi: For place in sufficient quantity to be of any' ,.

,". by fire, 1 is to cost $10,000. collection of taxes on railroads and the W. II. Zinn.of Boston, Mill'.,who owns I Kreral months ejdonement of Captain commercial value remains t<> be proved by] A dispatch of Wednesday from Be-
"
properties thereof, for the 1879 considerable Anniston property, is tryingto Rolb's almlnistrtUo of the office of drill. Should
; It is understood that the Ocean 8'eanv years i ag the ever such accnmuls wince, 'enn., Dishop-elect Gailof
hip company will make no appointment 1380! and 1881, us to which there was no interest the people of Anniston in amore ricultural commUsinnrr have been pour. tions be found in these recks, it will mosthiko'y will accept .aya to the diocese of

6f a solicitor! recently male vacant by !. assessment; to legalize the incorporation to fix: up a publin garden or parkin ing in on thn govtrnor from the diffi rent be in wells drilled down throughthe Georgia, and will make hU home ia ,Atlanta.
of the town of Orange P rk. some conveniently located poition of Alliances all over Alabama and coil tho ,
the promotion of B. R. Price to the of tho request measun i to south of the high t,
Florida of the city.A ing his rctppo'ntment a< comrr.b oner, divide that bounds Moulton on the
agency company. A Raleigh Patarday, Says t
Construction wok on the Florida T.Fruit Orcrialaa.The has imve is on foot to have a great mer- his term expiring 8 ptember 81st next. south." _ _ _ The standing tel'gm 01 thedfoceee of
Way cross Exchange 1s- '
than" picnic Oxford lake on the 12th There has b.en considerable\ speculationas
Air Line ha been resumed North Carolina has consented to the .
rued circular con
near St. Mary's a letter by order of it* president
of June, to wh ch everybody in Anniston to what the governor would do, asKlbs CROP REPORT.
terminus, About tea miles have been and 8i Ded.b1 its secretary, which lathed secration of Phillips Brooks, of Boston,
OUnDa and Oxford will be friends hare already practically
graded: towards Waycross but none of Will be distributed among the principal to attend. Sertral thousand people will entered him for the race against the gov Weekly BulletiiT of the Agricultural as bishop.
the work is being done by the contractor orangi grower in the Sta e. The let be The Epticopsl in session a"retersburl
expected on that occ*>ion. ernor. It has direloped that there is a Department.The (oncl
ter, among other things says: "Your attention defect in Its
Mr. Eli Shorter sold his the 'law authorizing the governor Icnader
On the Silver Spring and Gulf railroad is respectfully called to the following house Eufaula recen'ly opera for to make tho appointment, and It is weekly crop ropor, issued from dividing dloctse -
at Morris
II.
to P.
considerable grading has been done, extendIng resolution which was unanimously $23,000. Mr.I Shorter, will hare it put, in claimed by Ko b's Iriends-who claim to the department of agriculture at Washington into two dioces s, and rf'nd the'

from near Homosas to Bnwksrille adopted at the annual meeting of tho I order condition have the opinion of good lawyers on the says: About a normal t.inperat ure whole mAter to a committee ,1
good
,' Fla., thirty-fire mlle Surveys Florida Fruit Exchange, held la Jackson : of the snle. immediately One of the,walls as a was con- subject that the gOVt' or h.a no authority prevailed during the week over all the next )ear. .opr

from Brookarille along the gulf c"a-t, I villa: 'Rcsolrid, That tho Florida I demned last winter and as under the law to fill tie> vacancy agricultural districts east of the Itock; The Nashville and Cbaltnoop, Hath
about thirty-fire miles Fruit Exchange, recognizing the consequence mountains, and also on th to Anclote river, great no shows hare been in EufauU this sea- by tho appointment. "II this Is so, said road Company has
have been made. necessity for a strong and permanent a r.end of Governor Jon' s, "tho /ov. r although it was a igbtly cooler in the of tho treasuiy that it is prepared to te ,

Folbwing are latest New York quo'a- I union of the orange growers, hereby Bon.The ,ior will be relieved from a very embarrassing eastern portions of the cotton region and deem Juno let $500,000 of Ih bonds
tions in produce: Beets, $1 to 1.60 per recommends that the exchange take immediate Unitrd State Brand jury at Mobile, situation. and CaptAIn' Kolb will in the lower Missouri valley. It was a ho d by the government, with
Iris ind ctrd Edward Watt tog.he
crate; cucu,nhcrs, $1,73 to $3 per crate: step. to procure the organ zation Taylor, Gam have smooth sailing in his office till hl< cool week in tho contra! Rocky mountainand interest amounting to $ t
ble and in
wax beans, $1 23: to $3 per crate; round in every practicable locality, of local James King for participating successor! is elected: by the people a year I southern plateau sectioi s, the de A singular of the recent fire '
tt.e Catherine affair the lul 1
charge being from the normal !
unions of pirture
the Such local temperatuo rangIng -
hence.
beans growers.: '
$1 to $1.75 per crate; squash, $1 the Mohawk In Jacksonville, ,<
conspiring to prevent a n from accepting from 60 to 80 There
pcn day. was i a
unions while being per
to $1,25 per crate; tomatoes, carriers independo flalI.I D.zeu Ct.t.a.A is Ibo embarrassment under which ft \
$1.75 to $2.M; crates, $1.50! to $2.00., i j within themsi.Ires shall act as aux- an office of trust under the goretnment. Decatur telegram states that one ofll.o alight excess of tcmpcraturn in the Mississippi II'Are the Ui.itod 'States court for
1 have bond
th
il aries of the Florida Fruit exchange hey girn to ftp- handed and raller: and Minnesota and the .
most high outrageous northern of Florida. The ,
Dodson & cPhie, who hare vineyard pear "hi n want(d. The othcrs.were discharged Dakotss. The timely rains which dl.trlc
nnd shall be entitled t<> receive all information : occur
crime committed in
Morgan all and
two ever county made of
miles from Ilaincs commencedto < a sweep ,
Ci'y, from custo.I .
red during the week over the ntral
from tha exchange which be o. rapt .
clear land in December cleaicd may was perpetuated tho town of Burnervillc records of this court.
: 1880, of value to their interests' CThis Oue of the but manngrd and most valleys have prevented a threatened j
four acres and set it in white the county But, a few nigh1 ago. Tho contract for the of j
Ningnra superstructure
out the
whiat and
drought
resolution is the outgrowth of 'an useful charilab'e institutions in the coun- over principal
While the circuit still in
court
session -
grapevines in March, ,1800. Now was tho Dallas cotton inllls at llunt.rill
they states and will doubtless ,
is St. Carroll corn ,
extended d scu'-sion our members try Agnes; Hospital, at station broken prove ogreat
among th' sheriff' ofllce
w. s
j (
have on the four at least tnn'of open A In. awarded !
ucrei. ono value to the Excissiversiis was Wednesday Hughes j
the of Baltimore. his growing
/
relative to the needs of the ora near city crops. -
ige-grow- and fourteen ballot boxes taken out
were
This is fourteen months from & of NaMivllle. at bid of lUfl .
grapes. Dya a $
have ,
the I c** gen rally. There seemed to be a prt< ided over by Sister Lucia James a by thieves and ca. ned away. The object occurred from New
setting. I ble Alabama is devohtg.her England westward over the states of the GO. They obligate themselves to hare
I unanimity of opinion as to the importance ni woman, Who presumably was to deft at the w.ll of the
The State Agricultural and :Mechanical Ohio and tho roof on by December 1st and to
lof immediate action look ng toward an life thus beautifully and unselfishly people' in the election for the location of valley southern portion of not
college will close its most pr fitable and organiz ition of the growers. Wo now to the good of tier fel.ow human beings. the court house. Jin election to move the lake region and thenro" westward to make tho brick at Huntsville.A

successful session with appropriate exercises : have but three or four months in whichto She b from one of the best fami.ies in the county scat was held in April, and the Rocky mountain districts Exces-tve telegram of Saturday from Slre.

on Juno 8th. The enrollment of perfect the organization of the auxiliary Alabama tho ro ult was a majority' vote in favor of rains also occurred in the central portionof port, La., nays; William and

100 student represents twenty-six counties associations. as contemplated, and John )t. Patton, of Sand Mountain, removal, and th n on the 18ih of May, a Minnesota and I the Dakota', and for derson, co ored, who hold a girl, 'Jane

of Florida, beside Georgia and Cuba., having in view the pro able large increasein was convict before United States Commissioner second election win held to locate permanently tines of Georgia, Alabama and SiIssisslppl, Ware, on the railroad track IA Bossier

The class of students was unusually good, the coming orange crop and tho vital McC'ullough: at lluntsvl.lc, the scat of justice. Hanseile while generous showers occurred throughout parish unUlhe train ran over and killed)

and fine.pr grcss "ai made in all departments -, necessity f<
of theoretical'and action, I deem it almost unnecessary to fraudulent purpo-es, in writing to AdamP. competing fir raid location. Under the Southeast lii Issous 1. The precipitation captured and hange They

struction. Thi new catalogue for 1891.92 urge you to move promptly in such stepsas I Conklin, Hoboken, N. J., in reply to the law of Alal..mlthe rotes of the was very Hi has been !issu d offering four courses of States, nnd no rain occurred on tho sons were bad characters. 1
think advisable. With .
and to counted the
yuDI1Y! .. : circulars sending good money counts are to be on n> xt
study and a better pr "-pectus than' canS' organization !an ODSWC.CS; may be ea ill buy "green goods" meaning counterfeit !Saturday after the eltction. When tbo I greater portion of the Went gulf coast The students of Vanderbilt university-\

be found in any school in tho state. I I overcome or great y lessened.' You are greenbacks, ten for oce. In di fault of day ai rived the people were dumfoundcdto and also in Northern and Central Ca'lfnr at Ma.hvlle! Wednesday, candidate -

1>r. Kelly, of Winner, shipped a lot of therefore requi sLed to write us your view $500 bond Patton was placed in jail.Tho learn that tie fourteen boxes hat,I been nit and In Oregon. In the States of the for the degree of electe. ugHI -

orange to friend in London on the first fully and at the same time advise us as to Mold e and Ohio ei' gmccrs have itolen. A later dispatch i states that the. Ohio va'ley, and In the 'lake region the 05$. The csndllatos were! W. B.

of December, last. In some manner or how far we can rely upon you for assistance finished the survey of the pioposed extension lection was declared in favor of Dcca- pro-pfcts were greatly improved by the Stoke, of Mississippi i If.: E.; Bernie, or

'other thi-y were destroyed and were ortr in forwarding the movement in your of that road from Columbus, lur, and that the books and record papers recent rdns. although In many scctlo s Texas, and T. A. Yum, 'of' CoroK ,O.

three months' in transit. A letter re-j section; also state as to what preliminary Miss., to Tusksloosa. The Tuskal<,osa of the county have been rcmond to that the rainfall has not been sufficient the fourth ballot Mr. Dumis! was elected; '

ceired from his rend!, a few weeks steps, in your judgment, are necessary toI ely' council passed an ordinance granting pluci). Thus ends a long and bitter contest completely relieve the crops from the receiving 114 votoi; Mr. Stoke OOj'; naiMr.

since,' informed him that the oranges had I bring about the formation of a local as- the road a right of way to the streets of over the court house location. previous drought conditions. The frostson Yum, 80. The degr will b cony
arrived in goo>l order; 'J his solves the tocitttion in your section The names of the city and donating seventeen acres of W*.tkr ('r.. BnlletU. Ihe 17th caused some inju>y to crops firmed June 10th.

question tfs to whether Florida orangescan active and interested growers In your Und for and terminal P. II. Mell), Director State Pyrotechnic and fruit in Michigan, and In the North

be successfully shipped to England.If neighborhood whom you think would be The Mobile depot and Ohio people are purposra.working Institute, at 'Auburn, issues the ern |iortlons of Ohio, Indiana and Illinois The third cae of smallpox doye'ope' '

properly packed there ,would seem to likely to assist will be very acceptable. with much earnestness and that the toad lowing weather crop bulletin: For The crop prospects were also ImprovedIn at Knoxrlllo, Tenn is .re

be no doubt of the fact that Florida You are earnestly requi sted to give this will be built to admit of de the week just closed the amount of raiD> Tennessee sndKentucky, but the light noon. The first case well. Neiberol, '
seems no
tho lattt
oranges will carry in sound condition tJ: careful and prompt attention and an that fell over the State was below the rains have given only temporary relief in two r casca lire .erl fa. '
will nial.The in Tennessee, rut and the small Insect The two are in the a.meramUl, and the
,Engand or any other country. early reply materially IIOS st u normal. Good showers OCC\II red por.
original box which contained the damaging the wheat Texas and other in an adjoining house, not .
Several day a life-aenb-nced convict Great Tbli.. ror FI..rI... lions of AUbamt on Monday and Tuesday Western aftoC
ago coffin that enclosed the remains of Jeffer. feet All t 11
Arkaus tho weather favorable are perfectly
The Colonization and Commercial accompanied with hail, but ihil report away.
named Cook, hired to Mr, Ed ard Mining ,
Davis burned in the recent and under ma'ntalnedby
son was co'ton small but In perfect quarantine
plan's good condition
of Florida limited will local. The
storm was only temperature
Bailey, and working at hill' phosphate company ,
Georgia Pacific freight depot fire in Bir. deep rooted and well cultivated a strong guard. Not the least alarm
the
erect phosphate in Jacksonville and of sunshine were near
a factory
works Echtucoee Springs in percentage .
This box bad boon is felt the cllizoni.
Columbia, county, on the Savannah; which is part of a grand scheme for the mingham.New Orlians M'a memento purchasedin f the average for the season The late planted corn In tUlle, and general prospects by

Florida and Western railway, with three development of Florida' resources. This dead cliielUin of the << ,and co'ton has suffered for want of sufficient promising._ _ _ A New Orleans dispatch '.'11 The*
will not be affair but confederacy moisture and much uf it has failed to for the
other white prisoners, made their escape factory picayune shi to historical institution attorney O'&alelin jury briberycase
was being | pcd some WHAT INGALLS SAYS.
hundreds of will be and Near Double Creek some
from the cotvlct camp. It was ascertained men employed, in Viruinia For germinate. on lIntlo that he
the that Jacksonr.lie's situation is some teason farmers have the ba'IIJ'in- would for :
that thf guard WHI bribed.: He was fact it was detained in and plowed up apply a change venue on the
arrested and $7uO found on his person' convenient and the natural center for industries Thus Birmingham the fire becomes, so of )jured cotton and planted corn in its He Sounds Note Warning to ground that defendant cannot bare a fair

lie was taken to Lake City and placed in of the whole state, will be subitantitliy historical destroyed.Inter.It. itead. A season of r..io now would be the Republican Party.A und Impartial trial in the parish of New

jail to await Ihe action of the grand jury. proclaimed. Indirectly the too lute to greatly benefit the oat crop. IIutcbln-on, Kansas, dispatch of Orleans, where the Indlctm.ntis ponding.
The penalty: on conviction for such an: board of trade of .the city deserves the The increased gross earnings of railroad Early Irish potatoes have done very little Wednesday aysi At a meeting of repub- Tbc attorney for McCrUtol, 'another of

offense is ten years in the peniientiary. credit for the securing of this factory.; Alabama for the year from May, because, of the dry ather. In Wilt ican editors of the seventh congressional jury bribers, pare notice that when

The young guardsman'will swap places The enterprising efforts of this body to- 1800, to May, 1801, rcro tl.117.84U; Alabama Eng ish peas are beginning to district, a letter from ex Senator In gal Is the case came up for trial he.weald I.'

with his prisoner, minus the $GOO. ward improving the St. Johns bar and valuation as awised by board of cquall scorch and cotton to turn yellow. Gardens was read and warmly applauded. Among similar motion.
the St. Johns river from ,Jacksonville to'' ration was $43,338,781 for the year end are suffering for rain, and truck \ '
.. saldt
Galltr With .c..t.u. other things the letter "The A '
a tepub- Raleigh dispatch J. .
JUM lb.green
ing May 181)0\) for tho tho isjst ,
fruit. The ; year the
present farmers
the bearing
The in ,murder sea are already are seriously apprehensive ican is confronted with
jury the.Campbell case party great goods man was before United
,
valuation is $4G.U 'HO. Increased "
in New York be cut off.
was organized vegetable crpwill greatly
at Jacksonville brought in a verdict of company iri-blema, which threatens its States commi'slonrr "The
City on April 80 1891 and incorporated mileage for the put year is 221. Ihe Farmers' are generally with thor supremacy. WenesdaY 3H
guilty of murder in the first degree, withrecommi up 11 we are to succeed, we must deal with evidence again-1 him Joe
under the laws of the state of Florida on Go- rgia Pacific a few days ago filed notice considering the late start they ,
ndation to the of the issues of dealt with
a mercy \f"rlel todsr a. we slavery, Ellington said be desired to to
of refusal to the license tax. in testify
I The stock I in i fa pay the
10. spring.
court. Campb.ll showed no agitation May capital pill secession and state sovereignty thlity and the whole cheme
114
expose I
Most of the other roads have the swore i
paid < ')
bill ha been iotioduc d in A. fultrmmtl...\ ( .. tlcau '
whatevrr while awaiting the entry of the $250,000. A { years ago. 1 he republic of the future that lIvId and W. II. ..Robertson under
jury, and wI) en finally he heard the ver- the legis'sture asking for a special char- tax.It: A little row near DeArmanville a month lust readjust itself I to tbe'changed aliases of W, J. and W. L King

dict, he simply ra sad hit ejes to the jury, ter. When this charter is granted the has been decided by the Presbyterian or so ago it appears now will result lu I conditions of American life or it will ran Neltol green /goods busV

looked at them careless r, and just tue capital stock will be increased to $500 assembly to employ, on a salary of bringing to the front an International >erUb. I wish to save it from this fAte respectively [ people altover the .

lightest twitch of his lips was risible. 000. The headquarter will be in Jack. $2,000 yearly, a secretary for education urstion. One of the parties to the bl recalling 'the spirit of energy, airgrciIve They ad'e,itiect ia the New York ouDr.

For a long while the jury were d-vid< d. sonville. The company already whose duties wM' be to la'se: $30,01)0 difficulty Is an Englishman; a subject of and p.irlotlo force of its founders and the, Toledo Iliad. went JaIl| :
six being for Acquittal and six for rendering own fifty thousand acre of phosphate for educational purposes this year. Action Queen Victoria, who located in that tu the campaign <'f 1603. This will be in default of $500 bait. Itb k ;

a Vtrdict of guilty without recommendation. and agricultural lands situated WM Uket looking to the establishment vicinity two or three years ago. From waged upon economic: and practical ques 4
I
The recomm 'nda'ion to in Manatee, Polk, Pusco, in Birmingham of an Institutionfor the most reliable information obtainable, Ionsand not upon memories or motions. t the UnIted Bates court at; carle. '

mercy was a compromise. Counsel for Columbia, Suwannee, Taylor and Jeffcrxn the education of colored Preabyte- It appears that Bernard the Englishman larrison will be reoomlnated and Clevo- Wednesday, II.' O. Deattle '
counties and bore been run ministers, and to make the colored had with two brothers named pointed permanent receiver of the
the defense, gave notice of a .motion fora option a difficulty and will bd his antxgonlst. If we have Car ) 4
new trial. secured "n two hundred thousmd acres synod separate and independent from the'IIh hudson, A few days later one of the courigo and conscience, it will be an lies Knoxrllle and the Western ,
more. The intention Is to operate phosphate tea. Uereral promnent adored delegates ladsons and a friend called at Bernard's AusUrlitx iC we dicker with ular, with $i0.000 bond. The bolder of the
Ex."....Mewf.rter Dead. died mine and erect mining plant. and in the assembly strongly' favored house and learning tb it he was sick they i errors, compromise; with uoprliiccpleIlndeis : : bond of the road a required to prove f

Ex-Judge George G. MeWhorter run them on a royalty for th -se who have red a load of shot into his bed, think. and sneer at honest d fferonccs of their bonds before the clerk of the court

recently ai his country .residence,. four not sufficient funds to erect plants fir thin.The deal body of a Jewish peddler ng be was in It. but he bad gotten judgment and opinion, it. will be a Wa- The suit was trouyht. by the
in
mile from Mi.ton. lie was born themselves. The phosphate will be was found In the woods ale* das ago III' a short while before and tin rerore cs. terloo." bank of Augutta. This makes the third

Coosawda, Autauga' county, AI*., Feb- shipped to Jacksonville, and when manu- near the line of Dallas' and Lowiidracounties. :aped the load of shot intended for his .. railroad In thu state now in the hllnll ofa

tuary 27, 1835. Judge McWborter lac.ured will be lent.In chartered ship S. B. Ursteln, whose head body. It I. reported that be has adrcssed receiver, the others being *

moved tl<> Milton' early in 1837. Hi direct from port to New York, Antwerp quarters were at S, I ma, baa b< en miuutp a letter .to Governor Jones anti INFORMATION WANTED Carolina and the Charleston, Cluelna.liIld !i

father, Judge chief A. A. MeWhorter of the,Alabama was for and Hamburg. Contract for the delivery for some days and the )body is supposedto Jle to the British minister at Washington --- Ohtca'. _ >.
many years justice of over one hundred thousand tons of be his. Neuroc living near by say he asking them to cause the State of Alabama At Washington Regarding a EXHIBIT

supreme, court. Judge McWhorter was phosphate have already been made with draggtd himself to their c.blo several or the United States, or vii' ever Publication of 1493. A COMBINED
educate in Alabama. and ia beoriria! and parties in those cities. A gencic will be days and asked for he Iso may be liable to Indemnify him for -
ago help, nying A Washington of Saturday' s
was adm tted to the bar ia 1837v He established in Germany, Switz-rland and bad been robbed and almost kill-'d. They b'i s injured feelings and the |*rit his life The Latin-American dispatch 01: Of Georgia, AJa'ama and Tennessee

was speakrr pf the as-rmbiy ia the Midrid. Wiihn: twtlve months the directed him to where be could find a I I. or was in. Just what grounds he bases says: department at Chicago.A .
the world's Columbian is
w..a exposition ver
legishtire stWon' elector of '187 onthe} and dem-a company expects to have one thousand doct'T and the next heard of him was lis claims for Indemnity on is not certain anxious to obtain information concernIng ]. Chattanooga di-patch of Wednesday -

presidential colonists from Switzerland Germany and the discovery of hU. dead body. u the difficulty was in the nature of a .> A few since the Instance -
of little shed in ay
a a publ week I
cratic ticket in 1834. lie wai appointed copy quarto
of the roost industriousclass.
Spain-people The East and personal quarrel over some trivial matter Borne in 1493 of a ng of the bl.
Teanesre Virginia containing
chief justice of f he supreme court of Two hundred Swiss have already about which differed. an Importan public
Florida in January, 1885. !.a 1887 he tent an nt to Florida. The Georgia lailroad system baa at last entered they bull of Pope Alexander Yf, by which be men of the cI1, convention 'sad mid
: ag Oil U Atabaa. of men from cost
Birmingham. What is known divided the world between representative
Portugal
of the railrotd as new
was appointed one commissioners
of Florida and retained the "gent has returned and conveyed th. three B's branch of the system, or Much Interest has recently t to them *_ story of the bright In the oil well now being bored In the koowo the ( I' ,
petition of chairman of the commissionup Brierficld. Blocton and Birmingham has pamphlet are in existence as tar as cat territory bate :
of this
to the time of his resignation' .account prospects new land. been complete I I. and the train are usIng Moulton valley in Lawrence county. At be .Icrtaln..d. Ono is in the ro> al! noog mineral dl.triet, for the '
will arrive in Jacksonville in the
They the recent meeting of the Alabama In- ot a united exhibit at the
the Alabama Great Sou'him Munich the other sold in nuking PUI
track was
month between library a; ,
ill health about
of a
ago. fall One to Paaco
colony goe county, duatrial and scientific a most in fair la Chicago ia The
and society auction Puttli k& 1893
had been Birmingham etlemrr. 'I rans London at by Simpson, f
Judge McWhorter always regarded near Dade City, and the second to Manatee this called for .
lerestlng on subject was was
will run between Birmingham and Selma paper presented I the 24th of M" 18.14,
in the on y
the ablest
as one of lawyers near M Do.tor. The first auctlneer fa the
county aroused
project
by Prof. Henry McOalley of the int. r<*5 ha* been
at the ult Obadiab Rich for 48s ,
mate
wide ,circle of present, being to by
and the purpose
state, among colony at Dade City will into truck bought tu take in
go Mute geological Among that it i II now contemplated
put on a through schedule to Mobile survey. many for some private library in the UoitStllte
friends made during the past thirty-four sod dairy farming and orange growing. other interesting facts shown by this It the whole of the three state naoiwl and 1
over the Mobile and Birmingham branch which he declined to name.
he w.ll l be mi ed. ,
,Tear s.dly nd the other into phosphate minion. At eibiujtioo of the
_
Professor "Lower ma>e a
the East Tennessee, Virginia and piper, IfcC"IIt'llal: disappeared from the know! uolt prg
ie.. Georgia ,
B11U the same time a large number of German of the South *J
dean in the sub-csrbooiftrous U
stra'a of it iaduorLI t
main line and c.atal
The following t.i.I1 have been passedby colonists will be brought over. One colony and the 'I 1 hree B's. the ledge of massive sandstone locally edge of Bibliophiles no (trace war. will be asked
having iknowledge th"
the legislature: A bill to amend of these will be located in Columbia Mr. James Thorn, of Catasauqua, known M the La Orange sandstone that can be found. Any whereabouts person of this contr but* of $500,000. To con

sections 4 no.I :5 of ao act entitled an act county and the other ia Taylor county, Pa., vis'ted Birmingham several days Little mountain This sand of the vention at ChstUnoog June 1 will )

to regulate the sale of liquors, wines and on the Tallahassee and Gainesville rail ago. He Is one of the best iron men In the cap stone ia as around Hart historical treasure will b kind of enoughto at bo attended. by several fctoditd de1gt

beer ia the state of Florida by the board road. The first colony will grow and country and was among the early developers seile is places highly, bituminous or Im notify the department .t.t Inc udiog the gowooi ot, _

of county oummiisiouers of the several manufacture tobacco and the other work uf the region about Binningham. pregnated, with oil. It and the Washington. itates. __ I Ii
counties to amend an act entitled an act He, with two others I
; phosphate Home will be erectedfor operated t-rlooidal limestone since the oil .Erl f
to establish: uniform of common. the old Jefferson TENNESSEE
system all of these people sad Iron com excitement In tb. Woulton TO DEATH. ALLANC
alley, are HURLED
school and county high schools; to incorporate e ch of their little cities will pany which had a furnace near Iron. used to boom the oil of the I
the Lake ti y and Albi.n rail he a typical one of their own country dale, and made iron before the Louisville prospects into Railroad Will Make a Thorough 'Cavu
way company and to grant certain lands transplanted to Amer can aoiL They and Nashville railroad, was built. They country by throlog piece of them d'ive Terrible Accident a of the Stat .
the fire them blaze and
to
to
see
to aid ia the coattructioa of said railway will hare school l teachers and preachers stepped operation there in 1872. )1,. out the oil so that it can be seen. These Crossing. A Nashville dispatch of )oDal"ll: 1

; to amend an act to incorporate the and everything. All of their product Thomas then purchased the old Red oily rocks, together w th the tar springs A Pittsbun, P... dispatch says Tb Tennessee is t be 1 noad

city of St. Augustine/ ; to fix the pay of wi.l be purchased bf the company, 'mpl Mou-iUin company's property and organized ill the valley bare l ld, within the l hit Hint' d Ul'rt on the I'aoOstTa01'about in tbelotrll of the al 100 draa .

members, officers and attaches of the 'y ment will be given to all and they the Eureka Coal and Iron company twelve months to bbs formation of seveal 8 6'clock Monday night dashed coming summer. el. ) .

legislature of A. D. 1891; t-. limit and can secure home on a plan of easy insUllment and rebuilt the furnaces at Oxraoor. Ii oil and the proposed into a carrisge at Mill's tr.s.n.g, near ell. president ol the ltt.alliance, rpo "

fi* the boundaries of th* town of Eulh payments. There will be an was a great I".. to Alabama whrn he left of companies' half dozen or more Latrobe, Weaimoreland county. MI'S bat a conference be lurid .UO 4

Lake county; senate jolts resolution, experienced bead to rac.i colony. The though be still retains considerable) Interest standard sinking some teat wells ia the Moulton V Ule MrNally. aged sno*n, waS insunt lisa Terrell e-n.tionsl l-cturtr, wil b ion

directing and etapowmoz the attorney company's phosphate factory to be butt in mineral properties In the district.' valley. One guage of thesa wela has y k-lledj! I Mi.. McCrewy'1 bud aodiaioMdiaielr after > j I

general to institute legal proceeding to at Jacksonville will have a capacity of Vail.f TMM.Mr drilled and two badly .and their companion, where DO
iaJure t GreeuiU
coirpel a settlement of indebted- several tbouwd ton per month. William Handle died ai Us rest- already been under, ehrd Kox, torn t.. pleces JU. 8. 10 & e*. .
to the state by different or three ate DOW way. WheVlhe into Pit sburg th. h wi OpD. atoo
ness
dance near Little Texas pulled of
Two OfflCeM Killed.A camp ground in C C In conclusion.! I SIll say that 1 J y.. IV. .0 3 1
railroad and canal companies to .hoiking sppearsnce.
; Mae n county several days ago. "Uncle of engine presented a speed a few day ia HalnilIau&J.D
amend an act entitled an act ta Iniorpo, hue no Idea that any large quantities wb el d.ven the Ups were dais
be a. which *
Billy M was frilled would! bare Alabama The U. oo dl
h
been in
rate and enlarge the power of the Florida Binninz'nam, AUu, dfrpatch says: 80 old ia August gas or oil will ever be f und plt wtiW the lo pleaof of Ikeory sb-tro-
jeers next had nortbea bo advocacy
Fruit excnaage.: approved May 81, N ar Tuscaloosa Monday, Jim Morrsoo lie I.I a the southeast of a line drawa of women a i special hylla- '_ _
lived where be died for more than forty ua- a dress ald ItOi II p'a' lie com** by
1877; ameodiajr aa act abolishing the cuj a while* escaped convict. kiJed two officer jreaw. U wife, who .survives him, will and leas U southwest Is isi the through newer rocks Birmingham or in the Moa wars stilt t portions of t*"' ties leading elm flgine A from all _

government Letter prevention of DeLad.f uoU etc, ;riots% bill and forth ta-* lightly ie&iMingszreat.but escaped. He was wounded boftO year old next December- Thy xulc and CBWM/U lock of the south. gi... the stat will b ffl&



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) JAMES PnrrcnAKD, President; W. B. nuurcrr, Vice-Presldent;.
r -f THE EAST COAST ADYOCATE. 4* FLORIDA'S DISADVANTAGES. day, and a casual observer would fogging lawyers and incompetentphysicians. W. M. IKOWJ, Cashier
of the
oppose that the line was paying. The amount

Who has not heard the praises of immense dividends, but another i fee is governed: largely by the char-
JOCTHAt PEVOTEI) TO THa DEVIL- INDIAN RIVER STATE
A WETKI.T
picture presents Itself during the Acter of service you receive, and BANK
oraltJIT 01'1'118 J: Dt1'1' IUVEa A5D our glorious climate eung until they
LARK WORTH eItCTIO:<$. have almost tired of the subject? midsummer months. It is a frequent usually the best is the cheapest.The .

The profitable possibilities) of fruit occurrence during June, July assembly of 8rt.'ulturatlsts'atT"lIl1hnllt : (Incorporated under the LAWS of the State of Florida.)

WMhingtou and September for the >(', however, nre bent Upon .
August
Once: Avenue, Tltusvillc, growing And vegetable farming Authorized capital $100,000 t
Indian River, Florida. have been favorite themes with the train to come in or go out with only changing! the natural course of -4- Paid '

press of the State for the past de n half dozen or even less pas events, nnd have decreed that the up capital, $25,000

cade. As a home for invalids) sengers. The came is true of our best service shall be rendered for +a Average deposits, $100,000

J'UDLlsnED EVERY F1UDAT.t Florida's advantages have been so hotels; for n short period of sixty the poorest compensation. The -

ably discussed that no one will any days every room may be taken, and banks and abstractors will have to : Transacts a General Banking

longer attempt to deny that our those who only see things duringthe meet the measures referred to, -

l Jl tered the Char Tltnev111n Mail latter.1'"tnftlce as second- State is a great sanitarium.We height of the season very nat either by testing their constitional- Business

have some disadvantages i urally suppose that the host is rap ity, going out of the business, or

and there are many who refrain idly acquiring wealth, but as!! a by furnishing the bond and subs ,. .. .; Largest and Oldest Bank on the River

TERMS Invariably In Advance from making their home among, matter of fact it is all the winter milling to the law until a more Intelligent vr -

JI1 .i beck, ro Ul Order, or One and Two Cent even though they admit all that is rush will do to make up for the legislature is elected, two t DIRECTORSt
r nUg Stamps. I ruinous losses of the summer hence. L'' JAa.rxrrenARnw.fl.nARxmd'nMidentd
claimed for our climate, our soil years II
... .... of the National lank of kdonrille), J.H.
... .
.IJIO which is hand.
NX one MOntaa.u year ................................IAMI and sanitary surroundings. Thousands at The rush o. ., J )ItaItJl'It'eI'I'e.ltlent: atlonal Dank of
Three Months.... M who sojourn with us for a few business is over with April but The Annual Meeting of the aka ,Jacksonville HROWH. ), W. 8. GRAHAM and W. M.
....... ...... 3e
81aRle interest the Investment
fin to Miy'l'ddrm*in iJ. 8.or Canada' Prepaid weeks or a few months during the on keeps Stockholders of the East Count coRRERPONDENTS.h .
winter season would be glad to running on the year round ; the Transportation company ,RP, p r+a National Seaboard Hank National of Jacksonville.Dank of >ew York 20"L'I"L'USVILr and
make their home with building and furniture continuesto
x.mor..a..u.. WALTER B. GRAHAM. permanent E I'LA.
if could depreciate ; repairs and paint ,
find
AMoolate-Editor Manager.C. II.WALTO!!. us they a satisfactory Was held In the Town Hall, at Rock-
business opening,but they are com ing are needed' ; the insurance ledge, last Tuesday. A large number of
pelled to return to their homes and agent and tax collector make no the stockholders were present-over 180

.W* do not hold onrselws responsible for the content themselves with coming to note of seasons or their brevity, shares of stock being represented. T. MURPHY
opinions of our correspondents, but we. claim Florfda and enjoying her climate and reckon only by the year. It is The meeting wan railed to order at
tto right to reject any COOlmunlcation.'OrImnnnlcatlon.'ornltlll'atlon 10:30: a. m. by Mr. Joseph Paxton, presi ,
no wonder railroads and hotels
for short and console our
mnet be written a season, dent. Senator Williams Inquired M to
plainly on one IIIJi 01 the paper only.and themselves with the thought that cannot afford to give better service, the truth of the rumors which were cur-

writer ebnald*In name every and_auareuR be acooml'anle.1,not n.rlJy'by the for some day they may arrive at a con.dltlon when we consider that they must rent In regard, to the J., T. & K. W. Jacksonville I MachineAnd

publication,but a*a guarantee of good faith. of affluence and independence provide for the expenses of a whole had purchased the steamer claiming Sweeney.The that .they

resolving when such a condi- year out of the profits a season Treasurer explained that such a

tion is attained that they will come which does not last more than report was unwarranted,and made a full
ADVERTISING BATES: to Florida to live. three months. and concise statement as to the facts Iron Works.PUMPS

FIR TKAR. Thousands of people who come It would be useless to write this which gave rise to the rumor referred to, .

.. .... ........... which statement and explanation was
One Inch,... .. .10.110 to Florida are neither invalids or article if we failed to point out a
Twe Inch...,. 13.n0 satisfactory to the stockholders and to
Three Inch,..,. 20.no agrl ulturlsts. Their stay in the remedy. The long break between the guarantee committee representingthe
Poor Five Inch Inch,,.or QnarterCol.,.. 2ft 30,.no no I State is not compulsory on accountof seasons must be bridged. The growers, who had pledged themselves ENGINES AND MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS

HaU Column. BAM the condition of their health, and tourist' and the fruit and vegetable to see that a controlling interest in the
Whole Colnmn,.loo.00Tor company was distributed among the Made and Repaired.
well enough
they have had no experience in crops are as far as growers. The Treasurer then read the
Blx Months divide the yearly rate by twoMid farming or fruit growing, and have they go, but we must develop other contract made with the guarantee committee

add 10 per cent.. the good sense to know that it is not resources, so that when a man of composed of Messrs. Hatch CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS PIPING & SUCTION

For' Three Months, divide the yearly rate by well to embark in something one energy and brains wishes to take Powe, Magruder, Williams, Sanders andPaxton ,
poet,and add 20 per cent. under date of May 4th,in which
knows nothing about. up a residence among us, we can they agreed to placo the necessary For Phospha1e; roc1ging.: '
Advertisements, Ten Cent rer Line show him do that will
something to
Good business openings in Florida amount of stock within thirty days.
Lob Insertion.Addretl keep him employed the year round. The committe reported that thirty
are rare outside of the OFFICE & WORKS:
occupations The East Coast has certain advan shares remained in their possession undloposcd -
we have mentioned. It is true .
all communication to that here and there we come across tages in this respect which can be The meeting of. then adjourned until 2 p.11'I. 134 & 136, East Bay Street Jacksonville Fla

EAST COAST ADVOCATE, a man who is making money in the developed with small capital. ., in order to give the Guarantee Com- ,
TnrmLLB, FLORIDA.r.O.BoxM. There are plenty of fish In our riv mittee an opportunity to arrange for fin jun-Omo-
hotel real estate hardware -
: grocery er and along our coast to establish al disposition of the slock remaining in
dry goods, lumber or banking
their hands.
------- -- business, but the fact remains that permanent industry. The pineapple Upon the meeting being called to orderat CTfcTO.:: 3T. LE .Ge:. .

THE East Coast Transportation it is not an easy matter to find a crop, which is already of con. 2 p. m., Senator Williams reportedthat ,
will bo the siderable importance, is a Godsendto the balance of the stock had been
Company, as seen by good business opening in Florida.
our steamboats and railroad it subscribed by the Guarantee Committee,
xeport of the stockholders' meeting Owing to the presence in the Stateof ; each of the six members of that body WHOLESALE GROCER
a long to make the
thousands of confirmed invalids goes way having Increased his individual subscription ,
in another column, is now a content months of June'and .
suffering from pulmonary troubleor July profitableto by five shares.
of the people, by the people, the transportation lines, and it The following amendment ty the by
other chronic who Flour
and for the people. The new proprietors are compelled to reside complaint here whether the will only be of a very the few years when laws agreed was then to: Any proposed stockholder, and unanimously wishing Tobacco, and Fancy Butter Specialties,

when united, are not easily they can make a living or not, moving pineapple crop to dispose of a portion, or all of his
crushed or driven to the wall.J. the various avenues of trade and will be more profitable than the stock In this company shall first give the : I e
all the professions are overcrowd. moving of our famous oranges.. refusal of purchase of the same for the S.A..N'FlOR.D: : F'xtA.BUTTER .
Our seaside could be made a favorite space of five days, to a committee which
)I. SANDERS one the ed. The broken down lawyer and
new resort for thousands of FlorIdians shall be composed of the Hoard of Directors -
Directors of the E. C. T. Co., with doctor who comes to Florida for of this company, before disposing
from the interior who wouldbe & CHEESE in
Cold
the same to other or Storage.
health reasons is glad to pick up any person corpora- ,
Ids new honors resting lightly upon an honest dollar from the practiceof glad to find rest and recuperation tion, and it shall be the duty of the Secretary
him took the boat of rival line beside the roar of old ocean. and Treasurer of this company to
a *
.
his profession, and is well satisfied There which life refuse to record the transfer or sale of The Only Cold Storage In South Florida. Correspondence respectfully I, "
after the stockholders' meeting last if he can make a small portionof are many ways by any stock upon the books of the'company "
could be instilled into the dull sum- until they shall be satisfied that the solicited. ;
Tuesday, from Rockledge to Cocoa, the sum'required to defray his
mer seasons, and we shall attemptto stock sought to be transferred has been
and paid twenty.five cents for a household expenses, and just so point them out in detail in a future offered to the committee provided "-

ride of one mile. Of course, after with broken down merchants who issue. above, at aa low a price and on as favor- 29my3moCONTRACTS TOBACCOS, SOAPS & PEARLINE. .
come here to prolong their life ; able terms as may have been agreed up-
this experience, ho feels the necessity they are glad to engage in a small on for the same by any other person or _

of steamboat competition more business to while away their time I TWO PROPOSED LAWS. declined persons and that the said committee has --- -
to purchase the stock so offered;
than ever, and threatens to have I and add to their slender Income. The object of this amendment was to EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. '

tie purser of the St. Augustine No one can blame this class for Tax legislature has under con Insure a controlling interest In the stock
making an effort to sustain themselves of the company to the growers permanently
sideration bill which
brought before the county court on a providesthat and to prevent any person or
without from their .

the of support all banks doing business under corporation antagonistic to the growers AOatna.
charge robbery.
relatives or families, but the result authority from the State shall from securing control of the line. -

from so many people engaging in furnish a.bond equal to the amountof It was then moved that the Board of r

Dow go the salaries and up go I business without a prospect of success their average deposits, for the which Directors motion be Increased from three to five,
was unanimously agreed t
'the freight and passenger rates. has a tendency to overcrowdthe the protection of their depositors. to.

What kind of competition is this field, and the robust young While such a provision would insure The meeting then proceeded to elect a
man who comes here in the gloryof those who bank Board of Directors, and the following
with which we are blessed at keep a account
pres.entl gentlemen chosen
perfect health with were unanimously;
energy cap.
from if the bond
Those who think of loss was a Hon. H. S. William, Rockledge; Mr.
taking a ital and brains will see at Beginning June Oth -
a glance
the
good one, and viewed from this Lewis Powe, Rockledge; Mr. John M. steamer J. W. Sweeney will run as follows:- t. :
trip for pleasure as far as Jupiter that he cannot compete and hopeto standpoint its passage might be advisable Sanders, Cocoa; Mr. A. L. Hatch, City Leave Tltunllle TuesdaYI, Thursdays and Sundays, at 3 p. m. Arrive at '
would do well to look into the status be successful in a field so badly yet it seems to us this is Point; Mr. George F. Paddlson, Titus Wavaland at 10.30 a. m. next day, and make a trip up the St. Lucie river.
overcrowded with men who are vllle. The new Board of Director then Returning leave Waveland Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 2.00 .
of their bank pushing legislation too far. If and p.m.
account arrive at Tltunllle
or pack withdrew to an adjoining room to organ at 10.00 L In. next day
a capacious lunch basket before compelled to pass the balance of people have confidence: in a certain ize, and after a short conference returned R. P. PADDISON G. F.e PADDISON.
their lives In Florida whether their bank, and are willing and satisfied and reported that they had elected General Manager. ,
Gi F. &
P. A.
they embark. It don't take a very income is satisfactory or not. to trust their in its the following officer for the ensuing --
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large party to make those 76 cent Florida must develop her manufacturing it is a business year: Joseph Paxton, President; A. I*
arrangement entered
Hatch, Treasurer; H. S. {William, Secretary
interests. She is
meals foot up a startling sum. A already into after due consideration and R P. Paddison, General
hundred doing so: At Tampa the cigar industry and it does not Manager. The Director also
dollar bill wont settle the seem necessary for engaged SUBSCRIBE FOR "
"THE
gives employment to thou. the State to exercise guardian. Bobbins Graham to act aa legal advisor EAST COAST ADYOCATE
fare any
questlon meals and
staterooms for the
sands of people ; the mining of ship in the matter. If banks company.
are
for a of half dozen The question securing another boat
party a phosphate in the interior and on
compelled to give bond for say one was then considered, and it wa unanimously
from Titusvllle to Jupiter and re Gulf coast, in a few years, will offer or two hundred thousand dollars, agreed that the capital stock of
a means of livelihood to tens of the be increased to
turn. they will have to pay some of the company $35,000.00,
thousands of people. The East and further resolved that the Board of -The grape fruit ha within the past
large guarantee or trust companiesto Director be empowered to Increase the year or two become an Important addition THE COTTER HOUSE
IT Is rather painful to observe Coast must be up and doing, and secure such a bond probablytwo facilities of the line by obtaining another -

the effort that is being made by the I while we have .no phosphate discoveries or three per cent per annum, boat, by whatever mean they may deem Home Jouninl.to our At fruit first market taste, says the (SUMMER RESORT,) ,

opponents of Senator Call to as yet, there are many I and, of course, will have to make it !advisable. There being no other business people are
question possibilities in the way of develop the meeting then adjourned.We more likely to condemn, than approve ol Sewanee Tenn.
in ,
from their .
the of his election up some way patrons. understand the it but
legality ing manufacturing industries Director have decided its wholesome, aromatic flavor
If Governor should That is, the people will have to pay to place the Sweeney in commission generally become delicious after close -
Fleming yield which will prove just as profitable for the additional security derived a* soon* possible, and make an effort acquaintance, and It Las medical properties UNDER MANAGEMENT OF MRS.
; to the advise of the anti-Call men, and satisfactory as the cigar industry from the proposed bond whateverit to secure a portion of the pineapple of no little value, The only draw. JOE H. SMITH, OF JACKONVILLE.,

,'and' refuse to give a certificate of at Tampa or the phosphate may cost, ijnd it is questionable business. There Is no doubt that the back to the grape-fruit 1* its high price, -
East Coast Transportation Company i* which 1* about double that
of
selection to the people's choice, he mines at Dunnellon. whether the- protection,. p..n._ they__ _receive_____ now organized upon a permanent baals. oranges. The tree grow In the the white best NOW OPEN. Apjly for Terriis.

may make himself extremely Florida's greatest disadvantage will be worth what they pap. There and it 1* very probable that in a.few and of Florida and at the proper season -
popu. is her short seasons, and it behooves is another bill which we are under years the grower and shipper will con- the tough, slender branches are weighted Special Effort Made to Entertain
tar with the Chipley-Rogers' Alll- trol the transportation business of Indian with great yellow beauties
those who are interested in the impression has passed both nearly twice Guettt.
nee, but he will blot and besmirch her welfare to look about for River, and demonstrate to the people of M large a* those we see here, and hangIng .
some houses which provides that abstractors other
section of the State that when in cluster of six or lenD, whence Refer to Capt. Joe Smith, Tltutville.
his gubernatorial record in such away means of bridging over the dull shall furnish ten thou. the grower combine in earnest to rid the name, grape-fruit. 5jun3mo.

that as an Governor a few summer months by the establish sand dollars bond to insure those themselves of monopolistic extortion ,

years hence he will command but ment of enterprises which will pay who rely upon the correctness of Director they can attain are all their heavy purpose.shippers The new and W H GLEASON & CO Pine & Cypress LumberOF
all the
round. In their
little from the year a recent abstracts against loss. At representative men. No better board ,
respect people. Senator article we took occasion to refer to the same time the fee for making could have been selected. ATTOllNEYS LAND CASES. ALL KINDS

Call has been fairly elected by the poor transportation and inferior abstracts is fixed so low that it will I ROUGII OR DRESSED.

a majority of the representatives hotels of Florida as disadvantages be impossible to engage in that Just a* sure u hot weather come -

tit the people assembled in joint which retard our progress. business and pay expenses. The there will be more or less bowel complaint TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED -' Shingles Lath, Orange Pineapple .

session, and he will take his seat These latter drawbacks are mainly same bill which provides for a bondto In this vicinity. Every person, AND PERFECTED.
due to the fact that the season of insure correct and reliable work, and especially families, ought to have & Vegetable Packages.
unless republican Senate in Wash. profit is so very short that both provides for fees that are Inadequate some reliable medicine at hand for instant Abstracts Furnished ud Re-Snneys

ington should in case of a contest, our railroads and hotels, in orderto for the character of service use in case it 1* needed. A 25 or Obtained. It will pay parties-who contemplate

be governed by the sentiment of pull through the long summer required. We don't believe the 60 Cholera cent and bottle Diarrhea of Chamberlain's Colic building to call on, or address u*. Mill

the republican wing of the Florida must make immense profits during legislature has the power to say what you ought to have Remedy and all that U just you Entries Defective Corrected Homestead and Pefected.and Pre-Emptlon at Orden DeLeon Spring filled.

legislature, which glorious minority the short rush of the winter season. what an abstractor shall charge would need even for the moat severe Claim promptly
Is During the winter season the Jn T. for his professional services. There and dangerous cue*. It U the best, the at Washington.Adjusted before the Department Chandler & Landers,

t the pronounced minority. against the choice it K. W. Ry. Co. brings in on an are abstracts and dbstractagoodand most reliable known and and most I* pleasant successful to treatment take. Correspondence solicited. 18 P. O., THE SPRINGS :FLA

average one hundred passengers a bad, just as there are petti. For sale by DIxou; Gray 17-4t EAU CALLIE FLA. J. L. Catper, .!gent, Tropic Fla.

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J. G. McDONEL ,
.-A Valuable Suggestion. 1i otl'l'. II. 11. OLMSTEAD( '
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.22mySm Proprietor. In the Wmiit Court fur tie" 7th JII.lidal RIVER
------ llrrmntcouttig The Pioneer' Dealer In INDIAN LUMBER .
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Katt Coot Advocate: Circuit of Florid'., in amior
.1. /). 7S97. In Chancery. tIiicorporated
The Down lllvcr !In l. In a recent number of the ADVOCATE GENERAL MERCHANDISE ,
CHARLES A. SMITH ) ,
you had timely editorial on the subject i* vn. J Kill for ftlvorre.

EDEN, FLA., May 27Ui, 1S01. of the liability of Tltnsville to destruction !I LAfRA CntTH. Itaplwanby) the bill of amt Eau Gallie. COLP.A.JST"Y:: : : ,!"" ,

.EClAt Count Advocate: by fire. This liability is not confined WHERE\S entitled
filed In the above
I keep In Stork\ a Choice variety of Fob. 28th 1891.
There is, I nee, a good: deal of feelingIn to'nny town or towns, but Is constant cause worn to 1 regard to the mall service between owner In the raid ilrfrmlant, Ijtura Smith, rwlilrn withoutthe (UnOnHn: IL\HUW\lIE,
menace to every property State of Florida, and that she In over the
Titusville and Melbourne, while we in States. nee, nf .nt1.ne tears, and that the place nf TOILET ARTICLED: ETC TITUSVILLE FLA. "
the south end of the county and on Lake the n..lilenre.. of ileffiiilant I* nnkmnt,and thatsaid And will Sell 1.lIw11 tho Lowest. : tl
Worth are looking: anti see the feeling. Will you allow me to suggest, as a \ bill flail for the Imrl"or procuring a an : -- -- -- '
decree nf divorce between UIB ciimil..lnnnt and Cananl m1'\ttlCk. 18
examine: \ COMl'LKTE STOCK OKHoose '
Now don't' get: in a sweat over this means of security, that a. taturnttduntution (1.'fflnlant. It It. thervfnrv, ordered that the / i t

matter, AA the county lure outgrown the of common ini_hlng totta (a saturated Mid defendant, Aim Rnilth dn ap| said bill at the rkrk'K oilier In THiixllle '
present service. It is no fault of Titus- J. E. ENDEU & CO. ,
solution being all of the soda that \ Hrevard enmntv. .'lur"l",. onnrlx-fnrr the ,
ville, Melbourne Fort Pierce, Eden or Oth day of June, A. 1). iwit, orMliI Mil will betaken ;
Lake Worth. We all have grown: in the .will dissolve in a given quantity of against said defendant wronfmnml.It Watohm4; : .l :.ors Brick, Lime, Cement, Fire-Brick f' ,

last few years, and the slow coaches will water) Is a most effective agent in putting IK further unlervd that the mitlreof this AMMANUFACTURING)
order I* published weekly fur the pare of throe Lath and '
have to give place to something: better. out fires-is equal: to the host patent month* In the K\KT ('<>AT AI>'nl'ATK. a new. Mouldings Shingles (
There has been added so many postof- "nRK-r piilillNhed In Titimvllle 11.rUllnt), JEWELERS '. ...i
flces since the mail was first run throughto compound.Old Florida.Onh I Flu. Brackets Pickets Turned Work '
week bottles or jugs can bo easily filled >reil at disinter, In lvlj nil, Fla., thin TitUHVillo, ,
St Lucie which
was once we 26th slay nf Felmiar-, A. D. 1WI.JOHH. M
thought: it very good then if we got it with it and corked. Then they will i). IlKOOMF, Repairing of Hue and ComplicatedWntrhes :EJcn.a.sos: DFVrcvnaoca.: to; Orclor. ,

within a few days of the schedule day; keep for ages, ready for use. .Tiiilpr Florida.of the Circuit Court, Till Judicial C'lrmltof : ; setting of Diamonds: I\mloth'l' 11. HANSON, Mnlln: Ol". _

then it was all right, but new we look You sprinkle the liquid on the fire if I certify that the foregoing I I. a true ropy of Precious Stone. "
for the boat to be on hand within one the order. nf publication inailv In this fane.Tltuvlll AlUjItor11111 Hog Tusks Carved and

hour of schedule time. Well, I expect within reach or throw tho bottle at it ,Fla.,March A 2d,1av1.A.STEWART' ('Ierl!. Mounted for en ar.-heads, brooches, etc.Slitll Cardn.jKoiuiK J. M. Sanders
that Is all right, but, my Tltusville If out of reach-any way to get It on the D L n.\c'U'F., Jewelry made.In ,

friends, we are growing: too fast for the flame; and once there it acts like a Solicitor for rfiinilalnnt. RmnrAm S. II. lily n now building opposite ( M. UIIHIIIN WALt R 8. 11RAIIAM I>l"I\ll'1'ln ,

boats. We all thought it wan: very lovely charm.As corner from PoMofllro. IJOU1UXS:: A URAHAM,
when the mall was first'run by steam, .. .... -1: J.OPI ..>. Prompt attention to all onleis by mail) DRY GOODS NOTIONS
the little boats did so much better than old Jack Bunsby said, "make a C. or otherwise.HODGES. I ,
0) ATTOUNKYS-AT-LAW: ,
the sail boats; and when the St. Lucie note on't. Twentycent: worth of ..... I etQ k' -.....-- CllOCKEnY.J8AUDLKRY'
Tirrsvn.i-K Co. Kloitda.
was put on we were happy but now soda and a dozen old bottles.! Result, '" '-u3': llrrvard '
there is trouble again. I think MrJ S I e. .n. &: GODFREY I' O. 11.1%, !IM. ,
Branch nearly right-the whole route security-if fire be discovered in season I '6'c # WIIII'rar."'" In all tliermmtlnnof tli*HoYcntli"Inult STATIONERY, ,

should be run In sections: First, from Respectfully, ej 'Si j .; Manufacturers of lllllMi( and fur Examining In; the HU|>ITIICourt.and IVrfwtlnir, special| IJUH'Him. ra- FAMILY MEDICINES: : ,

Tltusvllle to Rockledge, starting from CHICAGO SCIISCRIUF.R. "' I''ornwMiiuli'iii'e. millHUMl 1 fmm Claim' :
: J OAKDKX SEEDS;
Titusville at 8 o'clock in the morning, or t" r At' t.o is Yellow Pine Lumber auta and lli'lra to Kpnnli.li Irnnt. ,
on arrival of the train carrying mail, and lIon. W. V. Lucas, Ex-State Auditorof 1\j 1I !Ya'Q :j Money ti> Lout I] CIIOIC12 GltOClHtlKS, )'

the run could be made to Hockledge by Iowa, says, "I have used Chamberlain's ) tS tc; avE JIAY, CORN, MAPKS' nU'l'II.tZEnSt:
A HOIMHI DltKVHKD,
Rockledge 12 o'clock;until In time 1 for o'clock dinnec., giving Lay one at Cough Remedy In my family and fIo4 r4 I aml r"i' ::-= !ta'aordm Orange llnx Heeds Kriill ,.ArjiclKlilc fmtm. D. I.. OAULDEN I lATTOIOJEYAT.LAW, FINK PATENT: FI.OIIK. t'

have hesitation in saying it Is an excellent : Ooooei, F1.or.1d.a.J" .
and make out no i
letters
hour to answer orders jiinlxr 4lellvi>d l at any part of Indian hirer ,
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for the return boat. Thou have an- rentqdy. I believe all that Is on >lll of 1..Unlf.| Anyone r I :h's & log bnllehng| on tinYJUH Cimnt, w'?rd.tb, well til "IT'IWlI.U:. FloA. '
other slow boat to take the mail to Melbourne w.
claimed for It. Persons afflicted by a H write fur jirlfpK. The, KuwniUI In oltnaloil fin the t Rogers,
and way stations as far south as cough or old will find it friend. There J.,T.& K. W. Hy., II inllon mmth of I'nlutkB. T. SANDERS DEALER IN
CLOTHING
Malabar; then another boat to take the o M Agents, I CIMI>,.:. Htlllnitt I *:j"' (iiillli; KiiireiivRralnitrtl. JAM ,
mall at.Malabar and run as far as Fort Is no danger from whooping cough when E Hinu.ut| Gents. Furnishing Goods Shoes
Pierce, where there should be a boat to this remedy Is freely given. CO cent bottles $ Sat NII mu lights' I'u tun" (,-0.. Flu. ATTOHNEY-AT-CAW, Hats

take the run to Jupiter. In that way, for sale by Dixon d; Gray. 174t 41 rt-lmo Will pru'liee i In all the Ciniru of the Heventhuilirul Caps Umbrellas Trunks Yalises
Circuit iif FlurliU.
my dear friends It could be run to the
I Interest of all. P1 I .v Altree's General Supply Store I'. 0. It..*,SKI.: / TITI'SVILLE, FLA. FINE CIGARS Etc.

This could be done by having all Sour Orchid.Rev. Money to Loan; 1QU. The only house In town making a spa

lot the I. R. S. Company's boats run the PERFECTEDCRYSTAL clnlty uf Omit. Furnlshingbuds, '
'I I< the pUre cell What You INin't Want anIJlII1
I entire route In sections, the deep water K. L Getman left on yesterday'sboat LENSES What Y"I1t'. M. D. L. DODSON, /Cga Drop in and oxamlno my stock, and
[boats running In deep water, and the for Lake Worth. TOAD* MANM.ftuUty 1IAUDWAUK, l' lm", OIU, rarnilnK Implo. / compare price: Canh customers ommaiul -' I
J shallow water boats running In shallow rust ut Ahnyt. menu llulliler Material,]Million Iniarumentu, every consideration competitor '
I water, for we are looking for a daily:service Tomatoes ate going north in great FURNITURE:, anti the New I'KOCKSH VAIHHt SPECIALIST IN OPEIUT1VE, SURGICAL claim to confer

I ; and we expect to have It, if It takes quantities, on every steamer. STOVE, lilcli .U death to all other Call when convenient First door\

I two days for the boats to make the runs. Geo. W. King: is shipping honey Mr. A MECHANICAL. DENTISTRY, south of ADVOUATK
r : ofllue. ,
lit had the boats '
the steamboat company King estimates his crop at 4,000 poundsthis w
I to build again with their present exj er- season.A : TITl'BVlMJi, FLOIUPA
:. r
ience, they would have a different class r DIXON & '
lot boats than the present ones. But school of manatee was seen oft this B. I* WILLS, GllAYrIx t

I they cannot make the run with the preset place Sunday last, being at times within mss.rr' DU' l r* In

boats In time to suit the people. twenty feet of the wharf. PHYSICIAN A SURGEON, Drags Chemicals ToUet

I Now let tha steamboat company workout Our generous soil, Immunity from A Knvluftto of the University of 1'cnn- Perfumery)

their present contract, it is not long frost and thrifty condition of )'ounggroves ylvanla, and' an experience of twenty Articles Fine Soaps Stationery .
to walt but let all pull together toK'et J. E' KNDKIt & CO. ,
; us attract the attention of those Interested 'ears In practice, offer his services to '
a through: daily mail to Jupiter, and In lemon culture. The Hastie the citizen of Tltusvlllo and vicinity! JEWELRY, ,
Ilet them enough to do good Have exclusive sale of these celebrated SPECTACLES: dSEWING '
get money Bros., of Brooklyn, :N. Y., have purchased O..l.K: OVEII j. w. HOOKUP 4 co.
Glasses In TitUHVille. vs
Service, or let some other party do the a tract of land, with intention to > JfACIUKES. '

work. But what we want Is a daily plant In lemons by next winter. They FAt'I.KNKn, KKLI.AM MOORE, RUE!: P ELY, Guns, l"J tol., Hewing Machine and i
(nail to Lake,Worth, as soon as It can be are busy clearing now.Chamber1a.fn's LA Machinery Keimired. Waklu,., Clocks
Iliad, then the company or companies The only Manufacturing: Optician In JUSTICE OK TilE PEACE 17TH DIST amid! Jewelry a Specialty' ,
must do the work according to contract. the South, Atlanta, Qa. Peddlers are V
[Let there be harmony among us; don'tgn Eye and Skin not supplied with these good. OfebOmo Notary |-ul>llo for the Sate at Large.CnnlracUir School Books and School SuppUea. f ,
and IlulMer of over M Subscriptions taken at puWlnher' prioeav
to suit Ointment. year exue* .
to make changes '
petitions rluuw.' >aiurlrinlhaHpeolalty.MtLIiUUIUiB for Ncwupftpen Books .
oy one, but petition for a through dally A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eye. C. J. HECTOR : FLA. Magazines, to. Irreacrlptlon.

rvice to Lake Worth. Let us start the Tetter. Salt Rheum Scald Head. Old .. -- ,. --. carefully compounded at,
all to rolling, and we .don't want any Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, Dealer In General -=--::= any time, day or nljtht.Patent ... ,
backward move made to suit individuals "VV.111:1nxn.: :I1'u.1ol:1; : : : '
]>r companies. Our watchword should Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipple :a lIerohan.d1seIelbournc: Hear what the people l uy about this stove Drugs .
Droyrnan.I ,
I*"progress," every and Piles. It II cooling and soothing. Mr.Altree i lieu Blr-We cheerfully tentlfy .
time.OLD TIMER. Hundreds oases have been cored brIt Fla. the admirable qualities of UM Mew J"riHjriawillne done at reasonable rates. At- .
( $IoV.. We have had one over six ends all departing:, and meets all arrlv
after all other treatment had failed. months,DIll!cannot: iwlnt to a single fault.R. log trains. Medicines

We Lose Another 8ubGcrlbe'r. It U put up In 23: and 60 cent boxes. Ul.,May e, leas..
Hats Shoes Clothing,Dry Goods L|>VOCATK: office will receive prompt Elitnt Perfumery and Toilet Articles'Kept
Town Ordinance. I find a gnat laving of xanollne In the N.w
Proves over the old. It keeps me In a perpetual. attention.,
HYPO, KONDBJAC Co.', FLA. IT ORDAINED, That no person ihaU depolt Just Arrived.. 'Splendid Good tate of wonder and delight.Mr constantly on band at
: BE on any of the streets or sidewalk .Sidney Wilbur. 4. Frolllol:1or: t
ad Const Adrocatti : ,
OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD, Tituivllle, Hay nth, IMI. ,

Stop my paper. Am I a three-ply -within,sweepings the Town of TUtuvllle of any *u>ree or ,atijr dUlalll.omcea. nubilequare DRUGS, GROCERIES, GRAIN I am drllKbted with the New rr<><"". Vapor TITUSVILLE, FLA., Uot, or just a born natural that I should ,>bop* or booth*, any bottle, tin can, all kinds and in full line of Itove.' It U. more than eziiectwl.. Keeps a full supply of Metallic and
Of fact
emain silent after reading your Infam- paper,hair,chips.peel, .h'I"l ,straw, waablngi', ; a Mn, K.!: $. Wiley.Titarvllla Wooden
''iis, lop- lded article concerning the refute or garbage of any kind but It .ball.b* everything. Call and examine. 11 Fla.,May Mb,Iwl. (a DllUO BTOItK. s
their duty to put any or all accumulation a* Coffins Cane and Caket
lelbourn -Eau Oallle mail terminus.iVas above epochal la a barrel or other inltabl r*>
you not aware of the fact that I ceptable, on TiuMday, Thurday and Saturday STOP AT GEORGIANAAnd Funerals attended If desired. All or. 'AUo the latest Newspapers r riodi- '
nee had the honor to own a very large morning*' at ball T a.be m.removed,at which by hour scavenger such cart accumulation EDEN. don promptly executed, and at reasonable call, etc.

hunk of that antipodean hamlet Stop Any person violating this ordinance ball,on rates.. Embalming done. 2
iy paper. What If E. O. Is forty rain- conviction, pay a line of KM and not to exceed FOR *
Titusvtlle f Isn't Melbourne I2S.OO,or be imjirutoned In the common jail 01'ealaboo. :M.'I3.: DI-011
tes nearer ieeSdyornottn exceed III daa. Vaaaed. ,
arty minutes nearer Lake Worth Are May Uth ISM. t:. L. BBADY,chairm.pro tea*. F. C. Allen PINEAPPLE"PLANTATION.
ou going to stop that paper f I would J. W. Ro rMs,clerk. BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER Wines
1(01. Spirits
I all sincerity ask you, where can you Approved 146t Hay 14th. B.R. WILSOX mayor. ,
nd a smoother, flatter Beach or a finer Dealer In TitUHVillo Fla. ,
ranch for suckers than at that little Town Ordinance. .
ttlement three miles south of GOT. Stoics Tin are Hollow-ware Work contracted, for on any-part (If
Beers
leason's chicken house I always BE IT ORDAINED, That, whereas the heavygrowth Indian River. 8 ,
of edu- of aerub on many of the vacant !,
new that you were a gentleman
ction and refinement, a valued citizen Iou rllle In la the detrimental built op portion to the of public the Town health Titua.and a Wooden-ware Stone-ware T. :2O. D.i.ohnrd- Jno McAllister CIGARS ETC.OF .
of
ad a more or less noted expounder source of danger to the property of our citizens ,
ie law, but as an editor you are a> distal by favoring the ipraad of to*. Therefor be It Eden Indian Rlier! Florida. THE FINEST QUALITY
shouldn't ought to nrdalned by the Town Council of the Town of ,
failure. You niuivllle that any uncleared lot; or lot within HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE Contractor for
:lYe done so, Just because you owned the built up portion of Town constitutes a N.A.UM13N'3NEWSPAPER t uo TO
ve Iota In Eau Gallie and only four In aultance. Therefore". It further ordained that NAILS SCREWS .
It shall be unlawful for the owner of lot or & Ilcnakcr.Famllle
any
If don't stop paper Artesian Wells Losley .
lelbourne. my
you within the built of To.0
Iota up portion neglect TRACE CHALKS, ( ,
will bring suit against you for nege-: to clear inch Iota and place them in a con. &' F ,
ony and partictp mlniAi' I was go- ,ditto that will not permit their iu*> aa a cover BUNG BORERS, Subscription: Agency.*)*: tt Supplied.

g to send you a check for a t. f. ad. of for from llth fire or and refuae It 1*or made to be the a duty source of of the danger Town BOLTS, BRUSHES Kau Gallie, Flapdflmo. i ?

y patent salve for sore heads, but I Marshal to notify all ywaen of vacant Iota In
on '-I'll send It to the .Star. I hopeu the built up portion of Town to clear and cleanup OHJ.ltozx; Fdlxxts; _pUmarW.N.HENDRY Titusville Meat Market. .

will find enclosed my subscription the aame.on* week and alter upon, receiving their failure inch notice to do be eowithlD The_Best Made for this Climate Tho Pioneer Agency.

11 August, 1000 and then if you don'tup shall report tb* matter to th*Mayor who**duty -
It I may be In better humor and ll hall be to enfuru the provlalooa of tfiUordinance. And One Thousand and One Other
take it another century. For terms and sample copies address ALL Ill.lilt Or
ndescond to Things that You are likely to Want.
,,.. built up portion of the Town mentionedIn
N.G... Dealer 'In
this ordinance U defined aa included jrilhinth C. JL NAUMAN,
fallowing boundaries wit> Beginning on Buy your Stove here. When you wanta Fresh and Salt Meats Eggs ,
For Sale. Indian River at the a.comer of the Itelaapin new Fire Back or Grate, Top Bar or TTTUBVILLK, Brevard county, Fla. General Merchandise r
fc Grant run thence westerly along the north line
Two pair thoroughbred "full regis- of Mid Grant to the centre of Third street aa Damper come right here for it, M du- aplmo. Oysters Fish fruit A T eUbles, ;rIH
shown oat the map of Joyncrvlll,thence north ,
red" Essex pigs; Peters' stock, Decay Uung the centre of Third street to the north plicate parts are kept constantly on r 1d ( DRY GOODS: ,
,
Ga. C. N. Mims, Minis, Fla. 163 to Un.Canaveral of said plot treet of Joynervill, thence north thence,along run wet th* hand; also a GOOD LINE OF iBAaOV. .

ante of Canaveral tret to Broad street theno t NOTIONS, CASH YOU POULTRY, EGO, VEj; t.
The following item, clipped from the tut along Broad sores to 1M boa street theno FIRST CLASS GROCERIES 1i.' 5P } icitlzs, STATIONERY TABLES, ETC. t
north aloog I>e Boto street to Coleman arcane! ,
c. Madison, (Iowa,) Democrat, contains thence along Colemaa areas to Indian River 1
formation well worth remembering Ihenc *oulh along said river to the place of Constantly' Arriving and For Sale at .I.IC FPuyre' Groceries 19 I;. J. DAVIS, 3Iauag I
beginning. All Iota Included in Mid boundaries 4t ufr ii Choice 4'
r. John Roth of this city who met aN considered aa extending to th*centre of all Moderate Prices. rlyyuAltw
ttreeta upon which they abut and the clearing BII3IH FLA.
ith an accident a few days ago sprain- provided for U this ordinance i* intended to Include 13 .&eo 1 ,
lbs streets or roadway in front of aid THE ADVOCATE .
g and bruising his leg and arm quite p.

verely, w.. cured by one 50 cent bot- let person falling to comply with the pro. F, C. ALLEN, Georgiana, Fla. M ; _-Lout-from Merrills Island, a black

of Chamberlain' Pain Balm." This prwidod rialona of herein this hall ordinance spoil conviction after due notice be seed. horse, 19 hand, white spot on foreheadand Job Printing Department

med is without an equal for sprains not lea.than flv.douan or more than Shy dollar Picture, 4 for Wets at Woodward'stent blind in left eye. Any Information ,
*, ........at regular nesting May 14, lln.K. .
be suitably nwarded. -
d broke and should have a place in L BBAOV.chairman pro tea*. Titusville. Picture of a whole regarding the above will ;

try hoothoUL For sale by Dixon A.y. :: Approved Attest J.May W.Boa l ta,KM 1WI.iHt ,clerk. family for SOcts. Also fine collection of Illd1anlJla. Apply Ha. to; Norman R. Johnston, Is Ready to do Your Work <

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in the course 'of the next ten or Tth\kTbE again represent Italy at New dr- an4 otnert quIet tn .r'txw''lIVe ahatowu,
f' 'GEORGIA BRIEFS. port WORLD.! never Ertrvthing, from spotted trouble behemoth
fifteen days. The monument will be unveiled : leans, "for Jf he is sent bark," added REY..DRJFALMAGE nil colored all nhttnl, th anowtora ot

. on the 29th of June, and aa fully the nnyor, "we wl.l drive him: from the fnnTwlbMtbahbl by thMr won ten of
'paragks $300 mu t yit be ruined to Complete the the A""H the
Over city. DIVINE'S SUN-
Newsy From GENERAL TELEGRAPHIC BROOKLYN
AND THE
I Ceylon and the t.Inniws -
fund, the committees will greatly help A dispstch of Wednesday from WashIngton 1le \
the State. the rause by securing subscriptions aa CABLE CUttINGS is to the effect that asistant Secretary DAY SERMON. folio lori to wln( this the rVH,"Tof than als tl"l'.n7'

rapidly' a* possible. Nitllcton has decided that Holi-! Ant while I station the b 3Viot these

The State Bank of Bain bridge Liu ale.tib.C.vt.gt.. ... )ise... Of yet I'nttison and wife, of :Sweden, who fnt>Jccti "One Heck' Jr'tlrk." ParadJnloal rlren, waVihlnt tH *', fionry
Brief
Items of Interest From Ihearawhtrrltt'ealmaittleQPan4
,bought the bank of BainbtiJge.Ab Receiver J. C. Kiy sold at publo: outcry s siere detained at ,New York as polygamists Tarn 'And Vii evening and th. morn- tribes, wlni -wings ot larta,

alliance picnic, to be held at at Macon, Ga, the CoTlngton and Various Sources. fall within the prohibited class 1 of lug seers the sixth day."-0 neia L, 81. do"b. flA-nm
; Onmmtog, July 4ib, 'promise to be the Macon road for $1,000,000 to Lawyer -- Immigrants, and be, therefore, ordered From Monday morning to Saturday night tbtlCrntN' o all olor"MI at

I biggest thing of the kind ever known in Skipwortb Wilmer, of Bultlmore, chairman East St. Louisa. put out a people' their return to the country from whence gives n*a week's work. If we have filled I, IfIowa t.11M: dlY t t,, t
But of as
that week with successes we are happy. oat
I north Georgia. Mllsr... Livingston Peck, of the committee of bond holden. or third party, ticket. they came at the expanse of the steamship I am going to tell you what God did in one hat titWi thetr m'lfC bath ia I t\9'

I aDd other prominent alliancemen will be lie bought the road for the bondholder Tho Judd Wells Investment company, comp\111 which brought them OT.r. week Coirmogony. geology astronomy, or Ant whll I aomtyot the oilor they berintoetral >

I en hind, and a crowd of 7,000 to 10,000 and paid the minimum amount allowed of Council Bluffs, Iowa, failed WedneV. This ia the first time polygamists have orthology lob hlO\OJtT\ botany, anatomyare t eot anitwitterii4
!,people are eipeeled. by the court in the terms of the sale. been debarred. such vast subject that no human life ia run up and down the e3 ot amasia-

] W. R & Co. of the old- There waS no other bid or bidder. President day.Friedman's in .nuequence of the refusal of1 the long enough to explore or comprehend any that thr mast hive hear I '* o tta.
Singleton one liquor warehouse, in Montreal oneofthem. But I harethoiuhtl might 7eI flnl them la PaN this the first
'cat and boot and ihoe house in John M. Robinson, of the Seaboard French government to gra' tthe, nqoett O
P what
largest Canada, burned Sunday nignt. m an unusual way tell you a little of Friday afternoon of the Wrr'4 existence.
Macon hbve made an assignment to Mr. nd Ronnoke, was not on the scene. Loss, $100,000. of toe executors of the will of the Ute God; did In one week. And whether you And isit dowaon the Mn\ the Elpb
Eugene 0. Leonard, who has been in the 1 here was a large crowd of citizens pre. Prince p"lconthe Italian government make it a weak of day or a week of aiM, I rates ant the the rl.e.t
emplojmcnt of the firm along while, and sent as mere spectators. The only out-of. The Argentine senate has extended for on Saturday, ordered the tomb in the ear not for 1 shall reach the am3 practical gather with the chunt ot blrls In th*s cr.pu

to whom the firm la indebted for $3,280, town men present, who were particn'arly an indefinite period the delay of twenty church of La Siiperga, in which theprince' remit of reverence and wonhlp. me Into a stt of somuotenc *fifth'ini te.eTlng -
interested in the sale besides Mr. Wll- days accorded to Lanka in the of The The first Monday morning found iwlnglaac mornlnt were the dy.
paymenti be cloeed.
I and which amount ia body lie, to
co.ered1 a mort In ipaomthe pll&l up lumber ot rock and Now It U morninc of the world.dnt
gage., The liabilities are 155,820, and met, were Alexander Brown the well- deposits. ex'TUtor r>quest 1 tbe French govern- metal and IOU awl water from which the wek Strda.this day the ",81 clo
the a-set are $188,870. known banker, of Baltimore, and the A London cablegram of Saturday ssya ment to grant the prince's last ocisires, earth WM to be bnilded. God made up his oawhtta cltmv3t9rio dart The air
principal owner of the bonds, also, Mr. Mr. Gladstone has recovered from the attack hich were that his body should be mind to create a human family) and they But tvrauUtlon ant the water its pooalation. .
The for the of
prizes Knights Pythias Jack Spalding, of Atlanta, representingthe ,of influenza, from which he bad buried in lie. Sanguinairea, near Ajacclo, must have a house to live in. Bat-where Yet the land nai not one tna\bt ,nt.
priM drill, wh'ch took place in Brunswick Central and the Richmond and Dan. been Not a roof not a> wall, not a door, not a But by the voice of Gal created ,
lor time of Corsica. h.rlllbyco:
suffering some the
past. capital
a few days ago have been announced, room was fit for human occnpanoy. ThereIs thin which in
Hoe
and wi'l be distributed as follows First yule railroads. Notification was given A cablegram of Wednesday from St. Two men who gave the name of wn.I not a pile ot black haaait in Yellowstone will dAsorlbi a IhO having not
'torice of $200( was awalded to Ogltthorpe before the bidding of a cia m of William Petersburg, Ku-sl, lAY' the czar baa I ham Burdsall and John McGirty, were Park or an extinct rqlcano in Honolulu so aft with thun lee. Cattle noa;\ '
residence
human
Leverett of Machen of for as was
alvlsion, No.4, of Biunswick. The rood, for crosstie, $1,400.06 famished againstthe also started secretly for Moscow, and the arrested at Gloucester, N. J., Monday this Inappropriate globe at that early perioi. Moreover, by cover Him a who thousand male hills.eb,Sbe Ibepbede

second ipnze of $100 to Trutonian division notice. by M. J. fletcher and; Miss whole railway route strongly guatdedby night on the! charge of operating in there a.no human architect draw apian, tare Cattle superior to to the. t1 lernsys andLyenshtrea
of Savannah. The individual priz, troop counterfeit money. The arre-ta we'e no quarrymau to blast the foundation stones, aniOerooshhM ot aftartioiea.OoprJ .

consisting of a handsome medal, to J. Cairo, land Davis in were East using Macon rights to which of waysto the A London cablegram of Saturday says mndo by detective from Bryson City, no carpenter to trowel to a hew wall.out a beam, and no s> beautiful wa era ?Ul they eu-

W. Willis of the Macon division, and road had no title and that The Italian government has given an or- North Carolina, 'In a warrant issued by a mason Tbe first thing needed wa light It was not change their spoti. Lions without their

the prize for the best drilled captain to wou'd be demanded by suit or otherwise.The payment. der to thfl Armstrong for the construction jiMtke of Camden. It appears that tbe not needed for God to work: for Re can fierceness sleek ani all the qatdrupel. word *o
1 J L. Ilardcman of llacon.j arrested who to, be well in the darkness. nut light gentle,so so perfect.
Captain road will be renamed and reorgan of eight eight-ton gun and fifty men are supposed work as may But something is wanted'tn Para and'

j The dry good firm .f Julius Cohen lied and will be leased to the Central and smaller guns and trail.euse. only part a gaD operating/ in Gloucster be see necessary in iufull,glory for angelic the process intelligences ot world build are to the week is "not onl. Who llhr.to..
;
and have been mak. flower E Ionic "
& Co. at Athens has been placed In the A d District : Philadelphia; pluck the
Richmond and Danville fer perhaps, Philadelphia ipatch sara: Ing. But where are the can lies, where are 1 of
command
binds of a temporary receiver. This ia ninety-nine yeara. Tbe roadbed will be Attorney Graham, on Wednesday, causedto ing Gloucester their base of operationsFor the candelabra. where lathe chandelier No *there to Uworlt quadmopedandflahanlbinl -

done at the iostnnco of the Bank of the put in first-class condition. In Micon'a be issued moth r warrant lot Bards- some time past.A rising sun will roll in the morning. for it the put back the from the whOR( n G

University, which holJ a first mortgage history thn e railroads have been sold at ley' arrest, accusing him of perjury in New York dispatch nays: The sun reach i* the already earth created in three Its light days.will Nor not moon yet and moon cur1 ltr' The world want 8.

,on the tt ck for $10,000. The a-seUi of public outcry in front of the courthouse violating his oath of office in using pub. LJnitcdSUtcs supreme court,}{-.nda1. dia- nor(tar*can brightun this darknesi. Tde emperor and emr>res. I Is Saturday att

the firm amount to $45,000. The liabilities door. The first sale was in 1843, of the lie money for his own gain.A nis-ed the wriss of errors sworn out upon moon and stars are not born yet, or if noon. No one human bat the J.r In the world C

are about the same. It is believed old Macoa and Monroe road, frctn Macon dispatch! of Saturday from Greena- the rrfusnl of the United States circuit created their light will not reach,the earth where originate there a are in bng. part of tbe
they can dollar for dollar. There ((4 court to writs of babe>s .< in for some time:yet. Bat there 1* need of immediate hundred
grant
pay to; Forty, now known aa the Macon and burg, P"., lIa1. The jury in the case corp Nineteenth century over fourteen
Where shall it come Irom?
Sot a more respected cltlz. in Athena Western, which runs from Macon to of Captain Lo.ir and deputies, chargedftith the cases of Shibuya Jugile, J. J. Slo- The record light. think that, .tan.ttng million people,a human being i* not a curiosity.

than either of the members of Julius Atlanta. The next sale was th, Macon murder at the orewo..d riots, after cum James Wood and Harris A. Smilee, over this male that Gol .
| ,Cohen & Co., and their. failure ia regretted and Brunswick: division of the present deliberating five hours, returned a verdict condemned murderers now in Sing Sin?. looked e darl Iprnl mornnl the and Before nizht there beings were to be two hla'.

by allTwentl'Is,' East Tcnnesep, Virginia and Geoigiinilroad acquitting all the defendants. 3v Ihe decision of the Unlttd States cir- height*of this world the chasms ot it, ".yetmorl the formed S.T.
sinJthe wel. n\.wl
Edwards blch was sold order of the cult court the four men will probably be awful of it, and uttered, May a deep sleep tell
year ago Charley by Adiopitch of Sunday states that the trial whether in the Hebrew of earth or some afo Bu"
was killed in Cherokee county. George itate. The sale of the Covington and sentenced in a fuw days, as they have no upon Ad surgery a
at Bad of 179 members the ?Malarit language celestial I know not, that word tion of was removal for the Dot J
Pierce who did the killing was .rr l
few days ago in Texas, and will be there mal bo a fourth, fifth and sixth aale teen numbers were ,acquitted, while 168 A special of Saturday from Dunning, and all pervading which 'hll perhaps day and niahte passed
brought back to GcorgU for trial In lit> a near date, namely, the Georgia were sentenced to terms of imprisonment Neb. sst' While a P.rt of vigilantes thrills and garland and lifts every thing iotueb twel the mMcaiineandfaminme creaton b
word the all of which
1803 Pierce ,and Edwards were two of Southern Macon and Atlantic, and Ma- varying from six month to fifteen 3 ears. who bad just captured a, cattle thief cheratota the ages meaning have bugled mated.mot Adam w D three ho 1-
the beat kiowa and moat prominent con and Birmingham.A lamed McAlvey. near there were bringing that
themselves in word which
A of from Bel. .rrog God breathed into sold sculpture of
cablegram
young men 1 ia Ch. rokee. They were .. Saturday the prisoner to town Friday night suggest a(ore hundred and a man MM of tl, and tha heart
warm friends and both had a promising grade ays: The liberals are organizIng they met another posse of' vigilantes.I ninety thousand mile In a' In4 and by gins bt the b
BIG FAILURE.' t ar 1.D t
meetings throughout Servia for the undulations hundred s tab l
even
future. One pui and each the and
day they quarreled over a 1 he night was very dark part; eye t t.
trillion in second that word that o t
of of a one
pose protesting against the expulsion and with
U
trivial matier.and in the heat of paul mistook the other for thicvea. Fire wa li Just
Steve Ryan's Dry Goods HousClosed. ex-Queen Natalie. They assert that the tten-Light I the prostrate being, leaps his feet-a
'Pierce stiuck-Edwardi with a stave, kll opened on both Idea, and before the And instntjy the darkness began to shimmer man)
lug him lnal anLlI.? Pi mt and Las been in Texn kcc. The mammoth was a flagrant violation of the and there were scintillations and coruscations S.tlryl with
ever dry goods house of treasurer of the c-unty, and McAlveythe doe and in the
constitution. and flashes and of al! .
The Blue Ridge Marble Company iNelson Ryan's Sons, at Atlanta, Ga.. was closed cattle thief, Who waa, in his care, ,, and in great billowing sheet it up spread resplendeuce out- b"o Jler. song bub
by the sheriff under the fore- The United States supreme court, .t killed.It lik the man
is jait flnubing one of tie beat Tuesday, were u.thwar southward,eastward, and or
administered
we"a anaesthetic divinely -
xoonnmoni ever made by it. It is to be closure of mortgage of $111,704 In Washington, during the term end d is announced by a member of the flUid the the slumber deepens until without
favor of II. B. Cl,.flin & Co. of New Tuesday, completely smashed the meld hold no more of the brilliance. Light tb
'erected at Dahlonega, Go., on the cam. previous ways and means committee thst an additional IntoilUtntx ooriogof one drop o blooi at the time o
m put of the North Georgia Agrlculinrt York. Following\ close upon the Clafli highest record "of tho cases dii. $2.500,000 Is to be raised in Chic. now to work look on.by while Ugh-,supernatural the first chapter of tb tntl arc that portion J

college, to the memory of Colonel David mortgage were eight othera which were posed of at ore term of court had settling. ago by the Columbian exposition com first day of the week. Light,the joy ot Ide whl U to b boUI
W.lewis, the first president of thtt col.lege. filed in fie clerk'a office in the superior 617 cases against 470, which her* mittee. A thorough canvas will be made t c.cDte Light, the greatest blessing up the the great Queen God of Paia .of the, human

It will bo unveiled with approprl court in Atlanta. They make he entire tofore been the largest number p..ued among wealthy citizen who ban not e tuobe the human eye. The rob tbe benediction of all woman the
amount $388,123.This upon at A single sitting., t the woven out of rc ai \
ate ceremonIes on June 29th. Governor yet contributed. It is exp cted lo increas Hinueil with It afterward woman the moth.
Korthea will make an address upon that ia one of the largest failures eve The secretary of.the treasury, on Saturday the amount to $3,000,000 lat.r on either ment.coven Ob, blessed light lignt) I a am a gar this Wha do you think of llbs week'.

M occasion and wilt be followed by Mr. known in the south, and hat caused the< directed the dismissal ,sixteen; by a loan or contribution from the national wa the first thing created tat 1 gla:. For but r.rew i not for ent.nmt

James J. Gaillard, an alumnus of the college. greatest excitement in business and com employee and a reduction in compcosa government. '1 be additional lack of it the bylumbe Father doxologr. ''Great ant have marvelou you are Thy

The monument ia of med,urn cioud mere I.1 circles. lion pf fifteen employee in.the custom amount is found necessary to carry out of Now Lights it,is Tuesday I. morning.[ A delicate works LoriS God Almigbt" because I want

,ertol marble throughout, and I. said to sTORY 01' Tn FIRM. service at Bo-ton, making an annual reduction the constantly growing plan of,the man and tremendous undertaking Is set apart forahis you to know our Father

be of the finest atone ever taken from the A few yean ago Mr., John Ryan went of 23000. These changes are gcment.. day. There",1 a great superabundance has built for Hi*children at the.tt tbouh sin

jquanie. of the company. out of the dry goods business. From i isnull a in the collector's and surveyor's departments of wat. G by tbe wave of Ht know despoiled how the it,world and look again you t

Tbe county commissioners of BIbbCounty beginning he had built up a larg and take effect on June'1st. SENATOR CALL band, ratber pt it of H it*In suspended Christ ihall ban wU it, winging now

have decided to approprlat dry good establishment at 61 WhItehall A cablegram of Saturday from, Buenos into.r.o and lake. ordolawn bet"en two Edens; because I want yoa torealisesometbingof

$42,000) for, public schools next rear street. He had b come 'wealthy i a Ayres says; The statement that a revolution I* Declared Re-elected by Flori.da's How to tang whole ,Atlantic ocean a t. ,and the utter( of wbataml htyOodHets,
Tbe board of education asked for large real estate owner and man held In has broken out In the province of clouds without their spilling over except Him because oily I want trying t war make against

t48H 0, but the commissioner though high teem by the entire community Cordova, Is confirmed. There was firing Legislature. right quantities and at rlot time[ wa an with;this Chief[ of the universe you the Christ peace

'.",000 would sufficient. 1 he school. Mr. Ryan sold his business to his two in the streets of Cordova, capitol of the A Tallahassee dispatch says The w undertaking Mild have that no But one God but Omnipotence a*easily wh mediates between off ended Omnipotence

'of.Bibb are in a, flourishing condition. oldest sons, Stephen A. and John F. province of that name, Thursday and deadlock in the senatorial contest Isbroken. ; a*you cre glass ot water.dolt There He hum ; bu I want yoa t

They are growing rapidly. The board of Ryan, and the business was continued Friday. It is believed.the revolt wa instigated I. The action of tie caucus 01 hoist two clouds,each thirty mile wide and fearfully aD wonderfully you
education regret that the commissioner under the style of John Ryan'a Sina by leaders of rival factions ic Monday night to adjourn the caucus ttv* mile hb and banQ them. Here are mad your achievement body because as your I a

did not allow\ the full amount asked fIt r, Some time ago Mr. John F. Ryan
is not improbable that an effoit will be< his interest In the businet* to his brothel Washington dispatch Saturday prelude to the action by the Call men Ingoing been gr WhM heaven. a* loun it had the uwY. and that God's ", thugbou'

made to change the present law, which Stephen. Up to that time the business tayst This ia the sixth day that the into joint session and electing mowing In long parallel t.lie crr to 1d and that ifs clocks strike

Allows the oommiwiooers to namo the sun of the firm had been n.Ullncn ased and Charleston has been at sea sInce leaving Call senator. by a majority of one at noon straight you know an infinite pet hasdrannthem. I ,thousand tbolh they strike one' in *>

for the public schools, and to require the enlarged. Already had m'do quite astir Acapulco and the nary department is Tuesday. Alter adjournment the May. amo y m_ _

commissioBera to levy a tax for any in dry goods circles by selling goodsat still without news from her or the IUU. and opposition force caucused and determined (m"b thunder storms which get are te byO BARON HIRSCH,

amount the bud of education mar lOeit astonishingly low prices. When It ia expected that the Charleston will not to be present at the jomlerion the wins;f. Qd r.lg ,after this[ first

I to ask for. Mr. Ran became the sole proprietor touch at some port on the norlhirn const and left the city for the day. Tuesday of creation wel.lu confoundedJob On the' Expulsion of the Jews

I The eighth annual session of the State however, the volume of the bu of South America within a day or two At 18 o'clock m. tbe joint :session, nit wito tbe qu8"Dt thO know thibalancing from .
of Russia.
cats done by the house was enormous. in representative ball with President t Ct _
and her
movements
i Bar AsssciailoB held
wa recently at report Half of thiS the
other
Goods sold at such low Browne in the' chair.' The Toy dOe A cablegram of Wednesday from Pari."Y' .
were figures
very half
I Columbus. The election of ofiii era of A Washington dispatch of ,Monday is the wok water to ,
the suoi litton resulted aa follows: Pros that it was said that the business of the Secretary Proctor has ;received roll of the senate being called lie down in o destined Bo God : Baron Hirsch, in an interview wit
fdtrnt John Peabody Columbus Jlrltcepreaident city In that class of merchandise wa says: the secretary announced that fifteen senator picks up the solid ground pu up into an Associated Press correspondent, re.
; being greatly injured thereby. But the report from Lieutenant Charles_ Dodge, only bad answered and that there the five elevations, which are the continenu. gard to his plans for the kiuelinrstion of
i '
A. 0. Bacon Macon '
; sec1 of the Twelfth infantry, stating that he With his he
sales continued. Goods was not 1're-ident deep de the condition of the Hebrews in Russia
bargain Were a present. fe mae
end quorum ,
John D. Hall\ GrifI in
Tlcepfdent, baa still bt log sold below coit The blow Browne responded bat he should rule t said "Tbe measu-es now enforced
fin third ; Allen at tbe tilling the
} rce-prHiident, Fort, Indi inn at Mt. Vernon barracks I wb.
Alehle
I Americui; fourth vice-prtiident W. finally came and the big house was closed., Ala Apache, with the'most satisfactory results,, that quorum of be suite was preaenf, Nnal ue and against Hebrews in Russia are equivalent .
thirty-two being tbe whole number of rest" I Harn Greenville fifth TUB CAUSEs.Mn : expul-
; tice-president and that to make excellent
they promise
the law of gravitation to the
the senate and fifteen the actual number aion of the from the Russian
l"er race
I William n. Floiumtng. Augusta; secreI Ryan attributes his failure to the soldier. and in their run down hilt pac
Tbe roll of the house blng This fact does
Wary, John W. Alken, CartersvillesI ; I long rainy teuton in the curly spring, The court of the United, present. rivers, and then all around the earth these empire. not appear tome
supreme called the be
clerk to
thirty-eight
reportld altogether misfortune for the
com into and become a
treasurer Z. D. Harrison Atlanta rt.e
ex1 hen trude dull. The I
; was reportscirculated cn.etol
very State., Monday, upheld the constitutionality The of the senate then oceans beneath Russian Hebrews.: The that
'ecuUncommlttre-Walter'D. present. secretary are oceaiii thing
Hill, MaI by N. J. Bchloss & Co., at of the original package lavt passed above. a tb cd vorl
announced the could
joint session,was fifty-four happen to them be to con
non Erwin, Washington D asau, Macon i; New York which wi-re circulatedto by congress, aid also held that it wa two m-mbrn paired and cot voting. Now it i* Wednesday morning of tbi tinue, for'a indcfi. Ito the
I n. A Matthews, FortValle, and :toY. injure Mr Ryuu'a credit are aUo at- world's first period,
1 not necessary for the State of Kansas: to The president ihen declared that a majority "ek. Dnl horlcul. wretched which have
D Martin, Atlanta Macon w.. selected. tribe ed as a cause of the failure. Since re-entct its prohibitory law after the tune will be bora to-day. queer existence
I of both hou.es wi s present. Mr. and unattractive they seeui hitherto led In crowded narrow
the next place I Tb. Ceatral's Lt'.... restless and Ryan' their claim. passage of .the congreskiooal act, ,in !Stat: ) er rose to explain.hi vote, and ort having been ma. full now streets without any hope of improving
1 General Alexander that theCentral' were .pushing order to shut out liquors. *in original. said that be had paired wilh Mr:'Vaughn.of'Escumbiii all the are clor. 1' their condition in the future. This
report Mr. Rraq'a 1 abilities will go over $750, thing beannful la ail
packages. creeping over them. II
I lease t.4 the, Georgia Pai-jfle ha.not 000 and reach $1,000,000.. Ilia assets ,' now absent,and as tbe *ur-* has the color of emerald Ay. it i* state *>t affairs has reduced hem to 1
may At Mich.\ James B.Davis' beNe.
Detroit Saturday
,
had from "hat they condition
\ been signed 1ebu: iis ,being be estimated resent. They rounding changed Bail to the green incompitible with the dignityof
per- cannot at ge' G'i
I fected in form. ,JU will ,be signed, the consist of his stock of good I and his wholesale drug howe and Frechbeituer were when the pair was effected, be did and G'a I judge tom human beings. The only means of
& Hart's MholeoMe.'liquor-store the he Bate,
not feel bound and therefore hoi iinj fall a'
larger improving their condition is
I *eIdent sava/and the interen will be 7 numb to transport
| think
books and Mr. "
accounts '
Ryan adjo llng, were destroyed' by nut. The the at end should exercise the tel than of el them other
I percent With the bank earning al1.fedto bb assets reach $500,000. But this! pair an' anyhDC; of lk yon to countri a, where they may ,
I the dividend if the bank mil Ion ia estimated at $250,000. partly eov- right to vote. This was the vote that and higher grou enjoy' the same rights the people
: earn $73, ia merely arough estimate. goes up higher and a
ered insurance. The works of the
by gave Cull a majority of one. Dreads out broad leaves. It ia whom live.
I 000 year, the stockhorders w II ret 7 a palm tree. among they They will then
I pet cent from the vGeorgia Pacific and 1 Detroit Screen Company were' .Io par. TBK TOTE TAKES. Yonder i* another growth, and its leaves ('ea to be plia and w ill become ciii.
tidily atroycd by tire Saturday alter hang far down and it is a willow '
I
I percent fromthe bank. This is The chair then announced that the te Ad' rens.
pre- A FATAL DRAUGHT. nooo. Log $25,000 partially insured.A yonder us growth with a .
;
I cisely similar to the lease of the > branches., And
Georgia election of it United Mates senator: wai here they come-tn pear,
I railroad. The Macon and Covinvton. Wa-bingtoo dispatch of Tuesday BOW in order It was decMed to make and the apple and th*peach, and the penis. .Ancient Chestnut

I which was bought in by the bondholders, Congressman Houk By Mistake says The lollowlog members of the no nominations. The rollwas called, jant. proves and orcr and for-

I la to be organized and put In good Drinks Arsenic for Water. House of Representative have/ been appointed with 'the following result: Wilkinson .the. shadows and !nt girt lag The chestnut I a native of both

I kbape. The Outstanding 0 per cent Judge L. C. Houk, representative in a committee to attend Ihe funeral Call. 81; Maya, 1. The pnaident then (er. Thurajai [ Europe and Amerca Some of the oldest .
I beads will be retired and a new Issue of congress from the second Tennessee ''dis of the late Representative: L. C., 'IlUk. declared th.t Wilkinson Call bad received first W89kl Nothing will bacraatol?-dtyt and tre the world are of

[ 41 will be made. ThU issue will am uut trict, died at Koexvitle Monday morning of the aecoud district of T. nne.-ee. a majority of the vo'ea cast, end Thj hour wiU bi. P1Ui u&U"iIT foiian4 this specks. One of the most famous is
.
I something like 2200000. It must at 7 o'clock. Sunday afternoon he went Mesars. Taylor, Enloe and McMillan, of was the duly elected United States sena must 1014 ant claaa. Other& aeO) iasrs that oa Mount Etna, in Sicily, which
wpt
be large enough* .to refund the present to a drug store near his res'denca to geta Tennessee; Crisp of Guor-iU; Wilson, of tor. han b sigat. This little. world' a.earth ta has been often described by
_ _ tA.elen.
bonded indebteJneM 'of $1,400,000. pay prescription put up. The druggistcompounded Kentucky, and Dalzell, of Pennsylvania.Dr. has ..me t bar all the ocean of im- Itis 160 feet in circumference,

,all put due coupons and put the road in if fur him and set it down Josnph F. Fox Iri-h member of DYING IN A WORKHOUSE. msnstty But mightier c4t ar ti hollow trol. the interior of which

good 'hp.. in a glass jar near another, containing a parliament, met prominent Irishmen ol b-tbaaadto-dayon First, the moon's white tne hijtt .al o serves I rttret for shepherds and

Tfc. Lewis M......, C._saliiee. strong solution of arsenic, which he New York at the Hoffman house S itiir- A Woman Whose Birthright does very welt until tbs su n aDt noon M tin* their flocks. It i* called the hUDdre-

Governor Northea some time ago ., took by mistake. Antido-ea were prompt day and an organization perfi cted of a waa England's Throne.A seen.a The, light thtt on th*blral previous tare horse chestnut, from the tha
poiuttd the following committee ttJm. 1 administered, and in a fur hours he society to be called the National Federation m'A" .umai from aa especial wont Joanna of Anagon once visited it, ac- #
the Georgia State Agricultural Society to was aa well that nothing wa aid about of America Resolution were London cablegram of Saturday says; 10. la toe uo, taentat .. c mpaoi-by all the nobility of Catania,

Mcure auWritition. to the Lewia m 'DU- the circumsUncer except to a few pasted calling upon Messr Fame and The marriage of the moLDer of,Miaa Cardine Oa.And for tin the sun day now ta* other,fo whole party found protection .. .

meat from the members of the society friends. .Justin! McCarty t.. appropriate all moneys Guflph, who ia now dying ia the round eight haairei appears ant at"ar,to thousand b*- beneath it from a sudden storm

their respective congressional tricu; BOOK PITS SCDDUTLT.He now on depo-it in Paris to the relief of workhouse, to George IV, ha been shownto mite,In diamtt.r. aol, put io One of the oldest chestnut trees in
Pirstdi.irict.8. D. B.adwell Atlanta the the distressed tenantry. have taken place a* the record of the nooucalKiIes.toMfoa.id to wrfgh nearS' now standing at
; slept through night and died Eugland
burch at Kensington, bear mention of it handr.d thousand times Toruwor
D. R. Johnson,.BUckahear. Second diaWet. Mo. fOr hede than was a
Monday morning suddenly He had A special from Jefferson City, earth
but it our ; a mighty furnace
,
wa
A. Q. Moody, Boston A. O. disease out Pad. never legally recognized, ow. It bet,kea In the reign of King John and in
; heart an4 the poison and excitement says: 'ire broke la the Sullivan Ing to the law that at the di- up by lDecnpDziti a ;
.U
was
Cuthbert. Third district, J. C. Clemen', following the incident affected that dletree Company, inside the walla of the roc ion of George III that passed none of the d.' otb. wit Ic fUe.J,w, of Prance there is a remarkable one at San-

Towns; It W. Anderson Hawkinsville. organ. and was the cause of his death. state penitentiary Saturday nIght. Wheat immediate children of that monarch be flea,. A.l the stars oem ont atn,1 cerre, which it bleed to to about

Fourth district O. E. Thorn, Columi The jury of inquest rendered a verdict the fire was discovered the wboU inside allowed to a of Gre t ltpt or .benn. sine. keys otp.j.'s upon IGe..n old i very prod no.

but iuU. Moble7. Uwnilton. Fifth di*. that; he came to hu death from heart d>aaa4 of the building wa a maui of fit me*, Britain. It marry will be remembered subject that the aoheres. Ho fingers brIght pUv tiny the look music In ,1m ori tin Ue-lSt[ LouleRepubbo. .

trlct", W. *hU"*,AU"J- Red. e caused by excitement incident to and the city and the prison fire depart law expired with the death of William coCa! eveatorl. Galiea) !

ding, EsperlmeDtibtb district. 11. J. taking the pclton. Hi death has created nenta wme powerless ia their attempt IV[ the last son of George ILL lId it \ hatatw,nty-o Ca'ltnt bOr. ti rat weak BookerJajle.

fl&tcbttr, MaCOQ i Robert E. rark Ma.con. Intense excitement. to extinguUatbe fire. Thefactory was lot been for the existence of the act of -tolsr. lumr. stellar aoo.. AH thiS

ttnm.. feYO"tb; J. I.c.trid, T, J- Lyon/Car- entirely destroyed. The lot wa $nO- parliament the marriage would have been in Thursday lie ant t aiJoinIn. Curtain ht"9o.1 A Rchmond ., ptch"ll Louts!
LamptoD Ce-lartown
Eighth district ABOUT T1IK BUK OP IT. July recognized, and Mia Caroline, who these finaist op oalao1 o nPX a"ao" who ,court
J. U. Etsrhait 000.A ,
I. McBryaa rhilolWLtb. Carlton Kansas City dispatch sept Mayor Ia BOW dying of poverty, might have ocrupfed New i I Pith* mwaiar w.1 ai Ill "M' gd jD fOUd five indie1 ment* a few

I. w. Ole.... Eib.rt Ninth die rict, Smitttr-It wouldn't do any good to Shak,* *re. of New Orlraoa passed "c the throne now filled by QUL'enVictoria. or& wWI history. W& a a. 'E. embezzling fund held for
J. A. !Nicho, give women their right They wouldn'trote through the city Wednesday night en This unhappy condition and 1.11a ; at. but not ? fr"c h the .inckle beiraof which estate h
Naoooch. Tenth
f e. dUtrict CtoitVi
M.
Beneliaj Mark Newman, L Branch route to his home from the Denver coo. ircumitane has made th* situation very I...ia1y fO w. Bet bars I Thee.w r1 fdual agent ''committed .
BanJersvitle "ebM
Browcv ,
antI
TOiy interview discussing the lifficult for Miss Caroline to isa.wb4 and beleg unable
greu. Ia '" bear. all aternn t
nepYel'DaI .ku heard from very few of Smith-Well,there wouldn't be one of jublie execution of the Italian murderer, rIver,of Pieo.i .ouhtt i & four renew hu b bod $20,oOO. 1
Gi"Hli1ut b
the committees
up to dstr, and it b them who would acknowledge she wa he said be rtjicd la the recall of Conud Be sere to inscribe for thlt paper a* Upatain t They a w" li 1io. 1.. Was a gt.urr aDd give the

tlghly tmporUBt{ ; that they hould all re- aid enough to vote.-{Harvard Lawpoon. Cort 11* said Mr. Code would I the latest DC..*. t I arrows \ ? a .pd Ual i bad asumedbeora.






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LADIES? D p .nTlElfr.: : of iron: ban. odd fancy for a man, J.ND t11BlOn. 1 Gleaning. Bow a Spider Work.

and the atone undoubtedly added I -
gains
:;
3Ay18iBL1. RETS AOI INrtf D1.XAlm. brilliancy from the black metal seems I athelsta When the common geometrical spider
rough ,
Literature profitable
'; more In Tennessee ate not permittedto hits made up its mind tt spin ft web, it
There Is a greater, demand for In. of tho setting. Bat' just now the than statesmanship in England.. : testify in court. commences operation by incloslnit a certain 6tiY&t

Mrlslble nets than there has been for howling swell l, eschews diamonds for 874 1.2. Fiske university, Nashville, has a class area with the foundation lines. To
In a standard dollar there are
jeers for the soft his of 01 girls in these radiating lints are fixed generally
curls and frizzled wear, and certainly tenet carpentry.
every";
grains of pure silver. .., about thirty in number, and all Joiningin
fronts are apt to become qnickly disordered good taste demands that a man should Hebrew women are said to live\ longer the Center of the snare. VV hen the
The highest Inhabited in the ; than the
: under hats and bonnets. not deck himself with sparkling gems place women of any other race. radii are finished the spinner proceed to
world is Galera a railway village in In France there is a government tax of the concentric lines stretchingthem
weave
-Great of ,
care should be taken In, patting any kind. It is tho soft beauty of 2
Pern 15,655 feet above tho sea. per cent levied on all beta on races Irons one radiating thread to an-
them on, or with fine hair the woman that they best decorate. ; '
a most unbecoming there are 800 newspapers published in othtfj and forming them of the silk

line is apt to be formed over They were permissible perhaps in the, Wise sign in a Philadelphia hard Fleet street London, 11 of them dailies. thickly studded with viscous drp ps.

.," the forehead. Jewelled nets for the days whoa men wore velvet coats and ware window, "Domestic tranquility Two million and a half is the numberof Starting from the center of the web, '

satin promoted by sharp carving knives." persons who said to work on Sundays however, the first few concentric threadsare .. ( i'er
back of too hair, and other cmlowsTarietic waistcoats and breeches of gorgboue are + .
in this without this peculiarity, the reason aw.rtsfe ,
known'to the post generation hue, with ruffled shirts and lace At the end of 1888 Persia had completed country. being that the spider likes to sometimes
named Mahoney are
,; and in favor when middle-aged: wo- ties, but there Is nothing more incongruous a railroad system extending employed! Twenty-six in people various capacities by the lit in the middle of its web and naturally An imitation of Nature I

meq were young, are being resusci than Jewels with the grave col- six mites, working one locomotive aud city and county government of Chicago. the does sticky not matter care to which be incommoded it prepare.with for -that's the result you want 't'!

tated. But no mode is ever faithfully 01 cd woolens which a man Is garbed two ears. Cleopatra'a Needle has been again inspected the special bent fit of its pn.y. to reach. With Dr. Pierce's "

\ ,,repro. .-[Brooklyn Citizen. ,toda .-[Detroit Free. Press. a Flat money' i is simply ,redeemablepaper and it is stated tbKt it is steadily When the snare is flubbed a task Pleasant Pellets have it.
---..t giving way to the London atmosphere. which often does not occupy more than you ,
its only monetary quality The earliest date on which Easter can forty minutes in spite ol the complicatednature They cleanse and renovate the v'

THE HAIR CORONET. WOMEN AKCIUTECTS., being the law that declares it money fall is March 22, and the combination of of the work, the pldr weaves a That
whole naturally.
"- The hair band small coronet Is Miss i circumstances this about is cell In secluded close at hand system .
., or Sophia G. Ilaydon of Boston It is never gold and silver. which brings some spot ,
.
the newest" style of hair ornament in has reason to be the proudest woman leon extremely rare. connecting U with the center of the web means that they do it.thoroughly
The fastest train in Groat Britain
Germany has 300.noo working women, by means of a stx vial thread. This, by but They're'1 J
'i which is ,
recognized art old fnshlollcd iiuAmerica 'do
today, but, as women the Great Northern Railway, which Englimd 4.000,000 France 8,750,000, its trembling, gives intimation of the mildly.

Almost forgotten article of jewelry. not indulge such worldly sentiments, makes the. ruin. from Granham to Don* Austria 8,000OuO and, America 2,700- capture of any insect in the web, and also the smallest in size;' but the v

Jit is made of gem, diamonds are best, Miss Harden must permit the Eve. castor 70. 1-3 miles, in fifty-six*min 000, including all occupations. forms a pathway ly which the snu, U most effective sugarcoated,

and sparkles t !admirably! from? 'the ulna ros!" 'decorously to sing her utes. 3 I Ko less than 17,000 young girls and on ensconced an investigating spider! is expedition.CornAM:enabled: to proccca easiest to take. Sick Head

-vncdJront hair, and .it goes equally praises. In a free competItion' women,, homeless friendless, helplessand .
Jfagaiint.A ache Bilious Headache .Con
I New York :
It 'Is said, whispers the foodVs sleep In the open all-night ,
'r' low
well with tho high ai the coiffure to all the women'atehiteetsof '
; '' America Continent,'there are a groat many sad khvluirs of Stepney Green, London, in a 2,000,000 candle power electric light stipation, Indigestion, Bilious
bolh of which are now worn. she has won tho first prize of year. Jutland
and desolate women in Washington. in a lUht homo off the coast of Attacks and all derangements '
There is no particular fashion for $1000 for her design for. the women's ; is said to lie the msot powerful: electric ,
They run boarding-houses their lie Careful of Year E7edgbl. of the Liver Stomach and '
,s.wthis{ peas n.' Every lady may building at the world's fair. It must I Ills awrll known fact Hint the evenlKht light in tho world. ,

dress her hair as she thinks moat be. liof bo supposed by 'those who have I congressional patrons forget'to'- settle I.
eoming, though I ladies with beautiful not kept apace of the now cmanclpa. np before. going homo. i I It 1< the.orof ureittetii poor quality.foollxWM to 11UI'Cballe Stoat 'lonlc.lt. use rebuilds Brown's the Iron rjrtini 1\1 UnA., cleans The the and cured. Purely vegetable, i

Lair Incline. .to tko English. knot at, the, Lion that the field was a, narrow one The town of Singal) ,rl1,,\ear Nanga-- rhcup taken RinMn In from dolnlt oniclUbie this Is a liounand dralvra.risk .times The 11I,>o toulo dandetrengrhonethemnaele tor weak and UeMiliatfd,\ *.persons.A splendid perfectly harmless, and 'gcritly'laxativc '

back oi the hmd. Young girls comb or the competition easy. There are tuck, Mich., baa been wiped out by gren ter than the fmull mount i>"vnl. A "would -more it them an active cathartic ,
tool many PMI' pr
With the Mr. A. K. "tWIU'A.well ,
sand\ above In view
blown
from the shores'of Lake '
their hair pluitily back"and do it up, many women architects' in America. known throughout the i iountr AM a Icu'l- didn't talk so much. according to size of dose.

either platted twisted, low on the In Boston, naturally, they and their Michigan. Every house( but one has )lug optician, hro, are has pre rMnbllnhed'acrd p'a rt-ct rectory glnem In Atlanta of If afflicted. with sore eyo nee. Dr. Isaac' Thom As, Liver Pill they've been I
been HnwkfVCnfUIIUml'Lcncfn i ran r Kje-WKter.Drnitiil-ts".II..I\ completely buried, and the first very hnde of Btrrngih. I
eck. A fewlight curls, .repose on the works are numerous. New York has ( have nation riputMlnn and arren.ftnrnml .
"' forehead.-[Chiaago News. not a few; Philadelphia and each of story .of\.that one. has been filled IJ p.. b% Ihousae4a of the beat ott wens of the imitated, but never equaled. ,, I
united BtntM, "whose name will be given
.principal cities of the South and Tho word "Stales" was first officially ppilotlon.UrupKiRU' Farmer own Roofer # 'J
to and merrbanti And throe rry UI- Every
LONG SHIRTS! ARE NOT ONTIDT."I East have one or more; the West is used May 15s; 175C. when Archibald i diets leni>\' the beet p )'lntf. p ,rtof the'retook, $yiPoffl a
; becaneetbet.eopie went them und will have CHEAPER that Shingle, Tin or Slsta.Reduces .
doubt think," said. a wise young scarcely less fortunate.'thus, though Gary reported to the Virginia conven noothera. Theseepeetaolesareeoldinnearly
In America, and every pair lawarranted. Tour INSURAM08!:,tad Parteotly:
every town
woman the other day, "that these Boston takes second as well as' first lion, then in session at Willlamsburg, They are not supplied to peUdim Fire Water and Wind Proof.' '

... k lIng skirts. ,we, ,wear now are as ,uutidy( prize; a 'Chicago lady,/'Miss" ,Laura the famous resolution 'to declare the ., remember.Mr. A. K. Hawkts. I'a the only mnnnfaotnrer .
United Colonies of tune. Cr'Rtalllird Linrex, and make A 1J #STEEL ROOFING l yi
F i as. shorter ones.. With a' gown Hayesreceived,; the third., ; free and independent *perlalty of ftlllnv "' -te'preecrphone..Ad- ,
} ""dragging' one has "'to' hold Imp and But Miss IIl fdeu's\ chief: reward 'is, State" drew all orders U Whlteha I St., Atlanta U*. ; CORRUGATED: '

it Is almost impossible to ,wear a street, that her; work is to stand in tho placeof A trousers' button manufacturer at 1.6 Tho II.ooolXXI....mated( population of 'he world U e51p1 l 0 U G '''lyica

dross eniQcieutly short to escape\the honor at the! greatest assemblage of Barmen advertises! his readiness, to pay i .' Mu"rn'hioia
,
1 FOR Impure or thin Dlood weakness, M.. ut '
dirt .f the streets that fa not actually women abd women's"woik that the $250 to the heirs ot any man who maybe lads NcuralRi' n"lIf..tlon. and lilllonMiem, 1 I

cefuL I hold free world has ever seen. The occasion killed in railway accident pry teketimwn'sIron Bitten-It glvea strength, .ter
r UDgr my gown a making old pereonn feel jonnif-and young

from''the. pavement, every t.lme.t go i so notable, that It deserves to bemniked ,vided he is found to have been wearing persons itrong; pleasant to take Dor and ran\"ala I wad Il.d. T>y formed any en.for ft Da* Balltflnr t1o/ ,

out; which Is/. nuisance, of, c ur.se. by a permanent nionuident.* at least six( of the manufacturer'sbuttons. There to every Is only I eight one among sudden men.Beware death. among women in* t'atalocue I\ool\nl ,far,Series you write D. AWKMTtt lone fc.wr WAMTj'Wlire .

bat In consequence it, 'gathers much -[Chicago Post ONn 'ENJOYS

less dust than under the reign of short The most accommodating natural : el C.fll...'.... >..re.r rte., Catarrh,, Thai Both the method and results when

skirts." This bo idea for this AUDACIOUS FASnroxs., A. mercury will surely da.troy lb. enee of
may an Syrup of Figs i. taken it is pleasant
well maintains ]
gas ever discovered, smelt and completely derange the whole .,..
one woman who' will gather lip ''her Ssys a writer lu London World the San Francisco Chronicle is near tern when entering U th, ogu the muvon .ur- and refreshing to the taste, and acts ,

dress. For.the 'm at .' however 'It appears tome our splendors id I race., buuh articles tboulif never beiuedez. gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
'part, Lebanon .Ind. The gets was: fouud cept on pr. crlption..tom rep..bl.. iihjsi-
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are more' CI.D., be will Liter and Bowels cleanses the
dress audacious than ever an auimre they uo u ten fnlu to sjs-
the. women just now are letting their escaping trom' tree which ex the good you can |ioslbljr, derive fry m them. headaches
colds
upon tem effectually dispels PJtINT
,
Notouly are our gowns loaded: with MalPs catarrh tare, maaulao ured by *. J. ITI '
skirts trail from six iilnt inches
to on amination proved to be hollow and, Uieory A Co., Toludo.. U ooutalni no mer. and fever and cures habitual I\QUIIIII A"
imitation stones, but we crowd on so ,sod II taken Internally. an acts direct
the pavemente, with most disastrous served the purpose of a pipe admirsv ly eury upon the Uioort and mucous snrCaooe of the constipation. Syrup of Figs U the PuKe "' ADcmONi'i JI(
r t lu-NewYorkTIme.; : many jewels by daylight, and at inconsiderable system. In bUtq Hall's Catarrh Uor heon only! remedy of its kind ever produced (d '
re. bly. to aeUb. genul r.. It Is taken. Int.rnal-
partiee'that, we are deprivedof I d wade lu 10,01010, by ..Cheney pleasing to the taste and acceptable AUYarnCDIM7340PAPERSu t

degrees of comparison whereby we Thomas W. Knox concluded that l\'e, to the stomach, prompt In Where we have .<. A..... vll' !
'BRIOmENJNG r SILVER ORNAMENTS. established ,p' Sold by Drll, 1.tI. price T5o- per bottle. Its action and truly beneficial W (Its with say active eecrebaat.--L. eV aL-N.Ie
has
history fully Jhat Captain -
mark of Invi-
our appreciation an
Since silence is ,golden and speech may Kurd tho pirate, burled no trea Pan rs-T0 e S who are effects, prepared only from the most For Safe
'silvern,' it was perhaps to be expectedthat tation to meet royalty or to go So a bald: We wilt sendit\ ha eosins W r what healthy and agreeable substances, iU
island and of
state ball Embroideries ire : uro except on Gardner's grow a commend it
as com excellent
.tanning hambuc.ritf t many qualities
"the which"'has been fabled the eao.eor bow long ; no '
sex, this amounting with what he had onboard ro.od lee mouLr.JrgtoL wwA j'JIOA moat TWO
monly seen on woollen materials as on punkyL to all l and have made it the S'A F'ES.
always prefer the paler metal should Uw .
vessel '
his l, to about $70,000 popular remedy known.
silks, and It is no unusual thing to BOO : SIOOND'HAND .
come to stand sorely in need f'of >sage DR. Kr. ..'. OR Byrup of Figs is for tale In 600
diamond broothes'nd frills of moue was secured,by, the art{ of Bellamont. stopped HrsTORan.free No by Flu after' Ont ATNCBVB Must be told Cheap for cieh.: t
,advice as to ways and means of brightening Governor of the British colonies in e.... Marvelous rare*. Treatise ant U triad and $1 bottles by all leading drug Address JOHNSON, rARKJStt CO.,
', Us bells and buckles and clasps seline 'de smarteninga a .serge gown Jltl.lne. Dr. Kline Ml Arch St. lJhlUv. P.. gists. Any reliable druggist who OH CII..&... )&., Chuttaaeea-a,Tens*

"sand girdles.. Minna'dale; the'tragedienne Every blt'of elegant', passementerie it, ,New England.! Portable Hay IVpfws jut Address for albrul.rt.U.Curl.e may not bare it on hand will pro 'KING TTOW

jewelled and even our veils are powdered : The'wiormous appetite of the giant ileus..Ml.a.Makes' cure ,It promptly for any one who '
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says, she wraps every silver ornament with gold beads. 'The evil thatis penguin (which weighs about eighty '- wishes to try 0CALIFORNIA its Do not accept an/ I i Buy or tell your Cotton a-.rONES.; ** \
she possesses in silver paper substitute
said to have been in Cleopatra pounds) may have something to' do the Cotton Scale.
and buries the In tin
precious parcels a FIO'SrRlJ1' Ca
\ lives after her,' in the.form of.endless with its restricted powers of flight, ." BUT atttT.I : .
box'filled with arrowroot: If, in spite BAit FRANCISCO DALe $60S.Ton terms address
Of this' precaution, a vinaigrette or a snakes that twist and,twine themselves and in' the stomach of one of these Weak StrongThe touisvtue. It,. mw YOAl1.Y. I 01" BIHOBAXTOa

around girdles and bangles, in birds has been found ten, pounds of N.T.Smith's .
photo frame or a candlestick begins to way b which Hood's .....pwWa bands ep \
the fashionable toque and quartz, granite and trap fragment", \ I ,
tarnish from exposure to the air, she crownless people In faa down ea weskeaed stale of healtheoaeloslTsly / '
l bonnet, or in a coiffure a la swallowed most likely to promote dl. pnes the elala that this raedloJoe
dips a soft little brush into ammoniaand "_.. the week 'ODC." It does aol sot Uke a
rubs it into every crack: and Grecque, these studded with diamonds, gestion. stimulant, Imparting flrtttlooj.cgla from which Worm OH
sapphires and rubies. In tho face of there oust follow a nactloa of greater weakness --- :
crevice of tho filigree.; Then she Learning to Walk. then Before, but la the most astural way Rood For Wormst !
all these facts, I shall be curious to 1
ammonia with sometimes ask at what $mie.parula.v.nomee lhal tired feeling,creates aa
washes tho away soap People age .. N'Bold
read Oulda's next flight into fiction .,purlAes the blood and,la short gives great IS A SAFE AND SURE REMEDY.
and hot water, rubs dry with a* silk: can we seat a child in a chair; when bodily, Bens, mental sad digestive streogta. Gouts.Fsaquier :
for her millinery Is alway magnificent. Everywhere. OO
handkerchief and smiles at her own put him on his legs; how old must he "
.."No Woman who reads her books
reflection in the glitter! and .the shine- bo before we teach him to walk? The Hood'sSarsaparilla White Sulphur Springs YI ,I
could full to be interested lu a heroine ,
:-Xcw.York. Recorder. answers are oa'y. lIe must not be \' Th*.. use. Solpkor Iprlaf* aad Ball* f :
i 4 who wears "a' great mantle of iris- war Warreatoera. A-.and aagilAce.i.p. "
made to sit till he has spontaneously, \ foUUd koUli 11\not.e..1..every re_k tl...Uua .1 1
colored plush, lined with silver fox TOM; f.... Oulslae' Horimlied, not aulpbuf Huh*, ,A.,
tat in Ida bed and has been able to ,
THE' up f Billiards Bowling sad Traals Muto sad Sue Utery. '
FIRST IN FIELD.
drawn close about her and its be fou 4 ,
furs A park of 20 serM. Almusplufe will uarwually '
hold his seat. This sometimes fold by an dnI"- mild aad Invlnmttaf. Term* vodenMkOp f.
born inMassachusetts" hap. SUstafort* FreparedealyO.
Miss: Hannah ;
,. .Adam,4 hood about her face like its spathe O.IUOOU.OO, Apulaeoaries, Lowell, Mass ..Juae IMh. J ft O. I.. MIL L*. ****.*.'. I
in 175, was the first pen in the sixth or, seventh month, +
around a narcissus her beneath IriY.LYaaMaDtaO
gown
American woman who,made< ;
f ...... IJ
IA i not without .> tUmnL Amhmlua'l
danger e ven when betakes dlpt.d tit .twt..e
a pl'O Or I < flowers, and 'only .diamond butterfllo* \oj.!.I. ., ..Uob.TI. bl roI_l<....sa ibiUUMW mmSlSsaaWSSaaalS
MrigaretCrapp ofthofasss.I It himself imposed If no f.. .... I. eee tar. seed .)cr.
:Mrs.; quivering upon her arms"as sleeves.' ; prematurelyupon CotcaenrlsoyaruattgRorrAMoaDL DO B.V. : 711 Weebla.tan a.rhw.a..
ciiaseU'g Gazette and sews Letter him, It tires the backbone and "AugustFlower" you know I bat we" are the only direct Import I
This was. written when neutral tints ere In the houlb Sin yon know that we evade I" andWUsktfEaMtcourad t I
Op&JI .
was the first American' woman to do and ,rigid sim[>!iclty were the rule. may interfere with the growth; so the give altogether our customers the N.w the York benefit Importers', of .this profit aJ'antapa aDd. In.ntakofcap.ticulrnea at lioiiia wlUw. ''Al.;
child should never be taught to stand & t'R&JC.
newspaper work. She wrote during 41oaUMXWbluUuac.
Now there will certainly be no limitto Saacvaf WWlLLKVM.l U.
to walk. That is W''aD''U yon a atl..tone at the seme ... ..,.. < r j
his .
S the years of the Revolution. the gor eou ness of her princesses.. or affair, not price that many others charge for 'Imperfect II. U ,

.J 1) Dr, Elizabeth Biackweir' was the -(New York Post. ours. Place him on a carpet in a Coma cote' e sI We I see keep us shout only ItJ.fiawlena. P. Stereos diamonds.A RFALT .CALENDAR'.,..:,:,,,.. .rntWsh.and Biltol, \ ,

.... ... Jlro. 41/whilelmf $I., Atlanta, U... beaUfurcatalogue. ,. .. i3O.fOI. '
first American woman ''to receive a -- healthy room or in the open air, and i re.. .1'1..11 .w I nab .,.
Perhaps do not believe these -J..h..dt.; ..1'.1.
medical diploma. She graduated; at :'\ _,FA$nioi NOTES. let him play in freedom, roM, try togo statements you concerning Green's Au. .h.\PENSION 1691 Cook Hna >.k .II...-..t.1oIo......I.I....... ';
!ill .
o 11 ILb.w.v.
Geneva. JT. Y., in 1849. The cord or ucrvure backs remainIn ahead on his bands and feet, .or go gust Flower. Well, we can't make PENSIONS IsPustll'"'"'' t

The Rev. Antoinette Drown Black- favor, backward, which he ,will do more snc- ,yQu. We,can't force conviction into _.N b eta.-' ...-.. Pro.ro1vo laaolare.
head med. /w/i..a.. -.t ..,4F..ti .. JOHN.NEBA"TIAN,4T.A. ... .... ..... ........ ,
at : .
cessfully first Itill or itw.fi a K.. liG. .
first ordained tot ; gradually your Iekt t.rnral,4e.o a. Kl P <:
well was the woman Evening glove. are slightly wrink. W IWltas she ell.....-,..reed, ,... .aeegMi ,
strengthens and ,harden ) hl1.. Doubting tone into your, 'ku.ooi"wasrctisu ....... AlaI ( < T.Mid..e..I.It.r It.e",-.....,. .,
the ministry in this country. led, not a grout deal, as a year ago. Some will sit welL 1110 U.I..rall. "
I\ ,.:Mistress'Margaret Brent, spin'ter, day he will manage to get upon his throat. Wedon't SICK I sow IO keep tat a y..,. kam.. /.-, N. v...:.:::.............TwnI1.T.", "J.. 1A. 1-
It Is rumored that wide stitching Thomas. want to. The money tree. Dr.- J., 11. U Y So 114II<<. Nesaia T. 1
and gentlewoman" was the first knees, another day to go forward upon is and the
will be worn again on* glace kid yours
merican womon to appear in court gloves. them, and then to raise himself up misery is yours; and until you are j'G FOR DIARRHEA, I

u an attorney. She prosecuted and gainst the chain.;' Hethns/ learns to willing to Believe, and spend the one

defended eau.e in the Provincial Heavy gloves for outing and 'shop-; do all'lie can as fast as be can and no i imore. for the relief of the other, they will S DYSENTERY tC

courts Maryland in 1647. She Lad ping wear often have. the large .brass .-[Popular: Science Monthly. stay so. John II. Foster, iua *

buttons."Pale Brown Street, Philadelphia, says: '
until Arabella A. Mansfield CRAMPS
'"- successor was admitted tottbe'IowaFbarine69. heliotrope, old rose, green and Clothes from Weed. .i!' My wife is a little Scotch woman, ; Ind allCORDIAL
of and of naturally
straw shades are shown the Mr. Weston that the thirty years age a
among says sulphite Troubles.
.' delicate; disposition. For five or six: Stomach
-' novelties. fibre from wood makes as good blan. past she has been suffering -

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:PEARLS AND l&OK BIN 1. Twenty-seven shades of tan and ket. as wool does. The wood blanket. K years from Dyspepsia. She ..

,....iIive&: of gems may note with intersTtha't eighteen, shades of gray are shown by are said to be cheaper, and while wool Vomit. became so bad at last /1'1 ti .';:':", IS A SURE!! CURE.

tbe're 1* no"'effort to revive the one bouse. blanket. sell for |6 a pair, the spruce J ..v that she could not sit H nQtlT 1

old-fashioned! : seta 'of, "strung pearl" has tree product can ,be .tur.ed Nothing
or CKLESEru.TEiiHi
wHl
probably take itu
jewelry; hi'wl.l the design was 4 11" she bad to vomit .
the pace! of a flue soeda for visitingand to this syndicate.'for $S a had it. Two .
formed i IOOD as she eaten _
rq
) entirely of pearls strung (in >
tall dress pair. It'may JafereTfJ W. society Flower have 'Me'ch.n.'Of
wear, bottles of your August Ask Druggist
: old days) on horsehair or finest wire, friends to know hoard ..
that Mr. Whitney It cured her after many doctors failed. take no .1I .tltU.
Biarritz gloves are now la Inch '
and looped. or twitted fancifully (o
i
said to believe that we wilt aU be She can now eat anything,and enjoy to
form compact msu pr device without general. demand thai, the lovers of i he does not -- PII nslklkLBlm & III .u..u&. Ya
< wearing wooden clothe after a while it;and as for Dy.pepsia. e.p+ uw. A CIU.

9' art setting of 'gyld or sijver.} The novelties are dropping them. -not the "wooden overcoats"In which know that she ever had it." e I Cold W: u..head 1&wi\ no eqllDoi. tit

f! effect was not, unplediing, as the soft The sailor bat again appears among tenderfeet who dJejo6&& West are said THE KING ,.f. MAFIA

: laster of tIle pearl Ion rather detracted I fashionable head coverings, but Is is et the Jew Orleeee. Wuea. Seer t
to home but A thsar.y..7
"J come complete outfits of utail7 w_st.d. Me.Y.......... 114-- tl 'W
from by the gleam of snrrouudluggold. lowerof crown and smaller of brim apparel which can be made ........ 'pW lop?, .1...,ea. wyisua sealIsA1Cf.A ,.. (Hntmf'1l&o of ..blebU garnets V .ppIJH &II &IIIIOOUI1.a.
from "the I' IU .i s ew LwoIe. Ja aa SoW Jn, rbo'Of oeD' by outs.Addree. .
than ever and has thus dwindled -- ( .. rrnc..oe. IIJ ... h
to
a soft side of board." .. Y:. 1' HAauruslYarl
a -(New York Y. .1&....r u..
.. A diamond deeply sunken In a ring stylish fit only for young children. World. PATENTS r ?;::::J.a?





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Others See t/s. yon can encourage by flattery,and sUmn C/:2'

late by encouragement, but In this In- x Cj oACA .L..t NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
stance we believe a little ridicule Is thtout -. -f hJ : -.. ,
Florida nmellrrr for May-an excellent ( tw1
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The rnollclna. Railroads have been oo .
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and wldely-clrculatcd monthly talked about for five yearn, and the preieat w :r sa.: J ., "" AND

periodical-ha:* tho following\ I to bay In enterprise may end In talk. You e ..... t'r.I t4 n
can sometimes taunt a "' '' :::z: 'VVXN"D JLJSCXR.TI3E3JS
a man: or a com t" ,
toTUtisvlllo: CD
regard to do munlty what no amonnt persuasion IId
"Which, aside from Its "hash mill," would secure, and when we nay that: : J.: ::: = .. : _. Are the Proper Thing'for Gentlemen to Wear this Weather.
to It Is o .. M Ul ._ .
A pleasant town ns. a. y Cfl 1 '
is quite there is too much wind connected will ? N;
a '
likewise a liuHlnoss town, whoso merchants the proposed road, we may so work upon (t) .0 -.... rDjd' WE A"VE THEM
for tho most part are live progressive the priao oMts promoters and stippoit M 86 t='"4 '0 l-: C:> .

men, and by thorough business ers as to stir them up to a desperate .. .... 1.1 0 0 --9 _____J_ .
methods Barre attracted a good tradeto pitch In the attempt to prove their ablll ., f0.. 0 I _: '
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the place. ty. We know that: we hare been charge Ioj R.' 0 c::> 5uUn > (p'' M"!I : .Black Satin S
... -Also l Suspenders
head of c.nt
the navigation
'lt is confl'lciotl with hclng'secretly opposed to the road. rw !. .C/:2.to1 '
the .. J ,. :;I ,
of the Indian: Uivtr- gateway and we are willing to submit fqr a time ... to.. en 'V r:=::: 0 ,
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where everybody and I .. ;r. .. .. '. *
every .. Dollar.
no to openk- to the accusation but no one In the ""' "" ", to4 White Satin. Lining) at One
thing must' ,'.alight stay all night and to1lJ ... (} e:
county would more gladly hall the tTly
change horses' In the Is early somewhere morning In the speedy construction of the road than the i M 8 C\ rE kJNCD trJ > : f;! Ro g 11 The Finest Thing Out.

"The population writer, and few would reap speedier or = r+ hf' i' .:- :t:
Belghboiliood of 15,00: with good public greater benefit from the development of S o Ii:

churches societies, military company the territory which it would certainly r-o"O firlS .;.. r4.;" "0 .,.......
brass band: and two !good' newspapers; develop. The Impetus its construction == q; 0 Hr ; O. 9' m> C/:2 CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS SHOES A SPECIALTY.
and when we say: 'good/ we mean they would give to speculation In low priced :lr. .. + Z E3 y .
are about as good all local papers can land lying a short distance back from Z 12 :t 'Ul a as ; .
be-models In neatness; while every Item the river would be a bonanza tofthom I _. .QOO ... rJj t--1 _i t:3. J. P. 'TURNER & CO
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of news from Jupiter Inlet, 150 miles who of g- (JQ V -_ t:::::=f
are in position to take advantage o \ .
,distant to, and In their own town,. I III the situation and when It Is remembered .: r.rn ? 'cM J Jf : i '
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given."They. that the ADVOCATE Is supported by and r y == \ per'

editor and are proprietor the ftlnr Ellis and D.the"Wager EAST, Its prosperity depends upon the develop '-I "=' >:;-t"; 0' cP-H .. ::::; : :! a :EL L :ee.:: ..:C .,
) ; ... ,,, '
ment of each and every portion of the ... a: ,. .r = .
COAST ADVOCATE, Walter 8. Graham county no one will accuse us of secretly 8 : .f/) I '

editor,and and Chan.: II.. Walton, associate- opposing the new road even though we E't). __ {j} !=' aI '< :Eo r. = groceries 'Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.

editor manager."A : reiterate that It Is our candid opinion g a CD.l ,
local company ,owns and controls. that It will not be constructed for nextseBlon'lI "0 M '
,
M J. I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock ofStaplc
the electric light plant.
business. If the enterprise U $:I. V .3
"This Is alMo the home of the East assured as the I"illle .S'n/nV asserts, a E -. _Opt__ L'JQ ..:ca t::-'. Ac Fancy Orocci'icw, Fruit
Coast Transportation Co., who are new little ridicule will not kill it. Get to g S JrI M N, ;
and have one boat the Sweeney running Work. Actions speak louder than words. (Ut"en o .. And Food.Products'Of
from New Smyrna to Roukledge, and twill bo time to rest when the work Is e 'I, s' ;'V. All Kinds. Also My Stock of

doing a fine business" I done. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton .Seed Meal,

White Pekln Ducks. $OOO.OO-Half Cash Ground Food and Wheat.
HOLMRS l1fde
JAMES Pr t.
I ,
A limited number of the above for sale For the large lot on which the building BREYARD COUNTY I a'm *the only house on Indian IUver'dealing exclusively the above line of

by July 1st, at 13.00 per pair. Orders known* Gibson' hall Is located. This ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary.' Goods. I buy close and 11'111.1011 close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit
Is a large lot and the buildings alone your patronage. Very truly
will be filled In the order In which theyare cost very much more than the price asked for STATE BAM INDIAN RIVER I L L. :EJa..A.DY.

received. A. S. DICKINSON.' entire property. Speak quick.

Aurantla, Fla. 13*. 17tf Ronmss 4 GRAHAM. '
GEORGE M. BOBBINS WALTER S. GRAHAM,
COCOA FLORIDA.Incorporated REAL ESTATE
Attorney-at-Law Attorney-at-Law.
.New Subscriber to the "Advo LaGrange.Master .
1880. Members of Erevan?Abstract of title Company.


cate.- Leon Wilson, 'of Tltusville, CAPITAL,: ; EXCHANGE,

The following subscribers have hat spent) a weuk. with Master Robert Cole- Paid Up, $2 ,OOO. Robbins, & Graham |

their names a dod to our subscriptionlist man.We Authorized, 100000. 'COCOA Indian River FLA ,

thU week t understand Mr. J.'P. Coat's house '

Mrs. It. Dayton H.tllstead, Pa.; Jacob II to. be finished by the first of September. ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. LAW; IAANS AND REAL ESTATE.We |

East Main St. Chicago Property of All Kinds Bought Sold and ,
Wilder ; Hugo Mrs. W. S. Norwood was out with Money to Loan at Lowest Rates.

Tengtellus Strengnas Sweden; Miss Master Call for a few, visiting relatives DIRECTORS Exchanged.

Alice Oxal, Miami; lea W. Sears Lake and friends. O. S. HARDKC!, President. -' to For Sale a Large List of Carefully Selected Indian

Worth; E. Peterson, Juno; Geo. L. Rob- Mrs B. R. Wilson and children were JAMES HOLMES, Vlco-Prenldent. ty All Inquiries will be promptly '

arts, Cocoanut Grove p. o.; Dr. E.' Hlnk- out Saturday spending the day with her R. B. HOLMES: Cashier. and reliably answered. Fire Insurance '
parent, ALBERT A. TAYLOR J. M. SANDERS. written In standard.companle* at lowest River Properties.
son, Brandon, N. Y.j; J. C. Bell Palm J.. F. WOOTES. rates.
Beach; J. B. Gordon, Palm Beach; J. 8. Miss Carrie Gruber of.Tltusville, wasa Line
Sale Lands the Florida Coast
most welcome guest of Mia B. Feaster ---- .-- -- Agents for of of _
Heck, Eden;1C D. Hook, T. M. Edwards last. *
on Wednesday .
U. J. Johnson J.. H. Davis Jensen; Canal and Transportation. .
Miss Florence Norwood of Tltusville,
Norman It. Johnson Sunnyslde; Lanark, Is out visiting her cousin, Misses Beanie CANAL LPiNI s r.

.Scotland; Senator A. 8. Mann,Jacksonville and Julia Feaater. The Clyde Steamship'Co.New Florida Southern Railway Jacksonville, Tampa" Key West ftallway Company

; MlM E. Kanaon, Heathslde, Nonwick The sociable at Mr. Jake Feastcr's on Lands. Dlssum.Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment. Cat

England; Uuv. M. M. Moore, Monday 8th Inst. will be postponed on and other Low Priced Lands.'
Oalnsvllle; Rev. 8. A. Scott, Sanford; J. account of some of our friends being
under such aftll tlon. : ; Loan \J.\A/CCy& OH :Ean.d.
heavy 1\son.ey.1o, ; .
B. Bell, Fort Pierce; R. D. Knight Co., r .
:Florida Fruit Exchange, and Little Mr. Wolf fish boat !got loose last I.Tefl. aid Twelve per cent, in turn to tuit.

week and drifted over the river and for PrIce List of Selected
Bros., Jacksonville; 0. E. Cook, Crystal upa Write Descriptive Carefully Properties.
little creek with about two hundred e
falls Mich.; Jno. Goode, Chicago; A. fish In It. They were all. spoiled when Address( p. o. box 108, Titusville, Fla.

J. White,'Aurantla; Miss S. I. Magruder, he found It next day.

White kplings! Fla, ,; Dr. C, II. Howland Mr. Henry Egger, of Tltusville, Is ]ED i2iIARD 'SrrILIN'GT

.New Haven Conn., and Ilush Pratt, spending the month of Jane with his relatives. -

Georglana( Fla. We hope he may feel much rectal Cocoa Indian River Florida
and refreshed by the country air from ,

DiedAt his confining work In town. Dealer inPAINTS

the homo of Rev. W. N. Chaudoln Mrs. S. F. Gray and daughters Misses HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE & AGATEWARE
,
Fannie and Nettle of Titusvllle are out ,
,
at LaGrange, on Monday, the lit last Mrs. Chaudoln's. We York Charleston and Florida Lines.The .
William D. Krensloy, aged 79 yean awlten visiting at hope PLUMBERS' 4; MILL SUPPLIES, OILS GLASS PUTTY, TABLE
ilrs. Grey' foot will get well enough to .
month Deceased was well known 4; POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
allow her to get around all her
and beloved In the neighborhood in friend among magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed A WIRE CLOTH.DOORS .
which he lived and hi* loss I I. mournedby
the entire community. The burial We send our congratulations to Mr. to sail as follows : SASE: :EJx.JNDSp: : : EJa.J:0K: ,
occurred hut Tuesday at La Grange Teague Norwood, who I* off attending (STAKOABD TIME.)
cemetery, the service being conducted by college at Ponghkeepsle. We have had From New York. From Jaeksoavi Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.

the Indian River Lodge of Free and Accepted two; very Interesting letters from him Pier W,E. R.) STEAMER Florid Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gauze
June ad, at 1.00 r.M.
Masons, of which the departed and he has our best wishes that he mayas Friday Wednesday Hayl7th.'S May, lh.at I r P.III..CHEUOKEJlt..Tu..d.. x.. .. :, .......Thursday' June 4th at t.30 r.M. Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Casket;
was an honorary member. A funeral > the examination perfectly which Monday June bat. atl .. M :.8EM1.NOLK"! ........Sunday June 7th, at 5,00&x. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
sermon will be preached at the LaGrange ie bas on the eve of when he last wrote.A Wednesday.June ad, at3 P. M."IRO4uoisi'..........Tuesday. JUM Kh, at *JO A.M."CHfcROKKE,11 Cream Freezers; Brick Lime, Cement and
Friday. JUM Mb, air .. x...."AUitNgUIN".Thursday, June nth at 800A.M.
Baptist church Sunday, the 14th Inst, very large flounder wa caught In Monday, June 8th, atS ._. _._....:"CHKROKKK/1! ......,.Sunday, JUDe Hth at 10M A.M. Chimney Pipe; Flags A, Bunting; -
by Rev W. N. Chaudoln-whose estimable Mr. Wolf gill-net one day hut week, It WednesdayJuiH 1Mb at 3 .....MYEMAiWKlS,".......Tuesday Juno 1Mb, at 12.00 noon Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Wort, etc., etc.
wife Friday June 1Mb: at 1 P. M ....."BKMINOLiV*.........Thursday June 18th, at 1 JO ....
wan a daughter of the deceased.
wa the first flounder a good many of Monday, Juno 15th, at 3 .. M)....."IROqUOIS...........Sunday June Slat, at ..00 p.M. Catalogues, sample card and size lists sent tree on application. ,Correspondent
the little children had ever seen and the Wednesday.June 17th. at3 r. M."AU ) @ "......Tuesday, June 23d. at B.00 A... solicited and estimates furnished promptly.
question arose an to whether it was goodto Friday June lath, at S .. ...... .. .....Thursday, June 23th, at s 30 A."
Notice. Monday June 2 d, .!S .. MWedueeday ....."YKMAfWaKbSunday, June 28th at IIJ10 A.M. .
eat or not, but your scribe Informed ,Iun*24th, at 3 r. .........Tuesday June aoth, at 1130 A.M.
The steamer J. W. Sweeney will\ begin them it wan, and suited the action to the Friday June Seth, eta .. M M."SEMtNOLE1'....."IKlXJUOltl, .........Thursday,, July 3d at IM 1'... I
making regular trip from Tltusville word. It was fine and the first we have Monday, June Ssth, aa.. "ALOOMjUIN,".....Sunday, July 5th, at ..00 .... J.
June tub, and persona ordering freightvia seen since we have lived here. S. Watson s Co.
this line should have same marked,
St. Johns River Line.For
,
and have bill of lading read: Via TI- .
A Bargain in Pineapple Lands
tusville, care of East Coast Trans. Co.

G. F. PADDISOX, G. F. &; P. A. About 80 acre of a* good pineapple Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on CommissionAND
and an can be found on Indian River :
situated between Eden and Ankona; the St. Johns River.
The New Railroad routing on the river, In ihe very heart

of the pineapple section on Pineapple
Udge. Price $73./ per acre. Land on Steamer "EyE ?GLADE"
A prominent and valued down river
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
each side of It held at from one to two
subscriber touches us off In this way:- hundred dollars Must be sold Leaves Jackaonvlll for Sanford,Sunday.Tuesdays and Thursdays at SJO r... Returning *
acre.
"Why don't you come out and throw per ,leave Sanford Monday, Wednesdays and Friday,at 10 A... i
inside of Address of.
80 days. J. P. Tur-
mud at the railroad? Be for .
against us. A new lukewarm style is no or ner, Titusvllle, Fla. 10* Steamer "SlTELAKA" Dealers in Fertilizers/! *

good in anything and fool. nobody." I Leave Jacksonville for Sanford Mondays and Friday, U JO r... Returning, leaves .
Our remark in regard to the probabll-I TALLAHASSEE TOPICS. Sanford Sundays and Wednesdays,at 4.00 A.M.
ty of the construction of the road from # The above steamers are fitted np with drst-claa accommodation for passengers, and the Secde
OvIedo table will be supplied with beat la market P. Henderson & Co's Garden ,
have been made with view of
a
'
The World' Fair bill ha been killedIn
insuring Its early completion. We established the Senate. l General Passenger and Ticket Offlce,88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville *

the Orlando Daily Record a Hammond's Revenue bill had not been F.M.IRONMONGER.Jr.. Florida Passenrer Agent,M Wat Bay Bt,Jacksonville,FU. Orange Boxes, (Crates & paper.
few year ago. Our experience in that passed to the time of adjournment on J.O. PKWY: Fnivht. K.at oa wharf footUogan Street,Jacksonville Fla.
venture shall hut to the end of life. Be up JOHN". HOW ABD.Florida,Freight Agent,foot Laura Street,Jacksonville.FU. .
fore tied \ At that time it had J. A.LJCSLJ K,Superintendent,foot Laura Street JackaonviUe Fla. ;
in
our was actually amended
the money up been so that its provision vary TH aO.U.KUKK.: Trafflo Manager 6 Bowling Oran,New York. CEMENT, PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA LIME
concern the people of that phenomenal but little from the present law. MARSHALL U.CLYUK,Asat.Tnfflo Manager bowline Green,New York.
town were enthusiastic in their encouragement House bill No. 00 a bill fixing: the legal Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
of the enterprise; but a* ; rate of Interest, ha been passed by WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l. Agents., .
aoon a* we had secured the necessary Will rmrmUh Can Iran DMlrad. ud M*that sky a*. LOADED.ICED SU 1.
the Senate and will become law properly
now a 11 8o ta>Wharves rkll*del|>*U A Bowling Graen.New York.
material they assumed that
an aspect unless vetoed by the Governor. This I* ED, B4 TRACED to DMtlmatlom.

li seemed going to to sayHe run it any ha*way got,"Into and It,their and the law preventing and defining usury. We will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetable, FUll and Skins; intact
House bill No. 41 for the
promises of support and patronage melt- providing we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us. jflf
redemption of real estate sold under execution INRIAl T RIVER IOTELJ:
ed Into thin air. They rested their .
on ,
oars. Soon afterwards we found a victim ( I* also ready for the Governor1 Correspondence solicited on any wants you may have. JK
Ignature The bill to abolish private Respectfully J. S. WATSONfJtCO'
upon whom we succeeded In unload- soils
ha also
ing our Interest In the establishment at passed. w TITUSVILLE ::
The House ha the
passed proposed
a profit, and left for Indian River; but
the experience remains. If It be understood constitutional amendment, change the T. tJ' 3E3A.TQ3XT
Indian River
State Capital from TaUahaaaea to Ocala, ,
a* the PuifUt Spirit would have us
believe, that this new railroad 1* a acre by a vote of 44 to 14. Fla. DISTILLER;
John M. Sander and T. J. Coekahutt
thing that Ita projector have too
gone hue been confirmed member of a -+
a* our _
far to stop now, and our people will lose PURE
County Board of health Also C. E.
interest-rest on their oar*. A* a matter
work of fact, it i* i4 a cure thing; much yard'bailee county a* County and Jame Commissioner A. Well,of X.Bre-W.PitU. ..p Ft L If. MABBETTE 1516 u "'I'\Jr' A Sa: : "VAAi-i.. ...i \
remain to be done. The people of :
FUOPB.
Rockledge Cocoa and Point have George W. Lainhart E. U White <'
City Distillery &: Warehouse
John
and T. Peabody a* CommissIoners : LYNCHBURG
to
got come up with substantial encouragement ,
for Dade >ollt .
before the road i e* ) All The Year. .TEI'-
*assured. We Open
;>e ** Mir *_ jmi; |Bls; *a> !
tell them so plainly and It may seem Wedding Bells. T. J. Eaton & Co., Agents, Tltusville .
harsh to say so, but we don't believe -
they are going to come to time and do Harried, at Tltusvffle, today, Mr. Only a few mInute.'

what U expected of them, and what the Ernst Swedeliu and Mr*. Ella Cope, both walk from Railway depot 1
true spirit of progress should prompt of Tillman Fla. Steamboat landings. ADVERTISE in this Paper
them to do In the matter. Th re ha Judge officiating
been a good deal of wind but it take* The wedding will be a surprise tu many, t d On the banks of the

money to build railroad*, Sometime* there being but few who knew of U. far-famed Indian River.

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