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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 19, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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time. -Mr. W. II. II. Gleason, of Eau,Gal, -The military law bill has passed.Mr. -Capt. A. Bennett, of Eau Gallic, Is Children's Day at the Presbyterian

FOURTH-JULY Sweepstake SWEEPSTAKE.prize for the boat making lie, spent Tuesday town. J. F. McAbee, of DeLeon In town to-day Church. ,

he fastest actual time twice around the -Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Budge moved Into Springs, arrived town last night. -Mrs. W. K. Dale started for her sot t
course no regard length $10. home at Philips near Jacksonville llAt8atul"lay Sunday, Juno 14th, having been
; their new residence yesterday. -Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's.Five for Children's I'+ tm
ENTRANCE FEE apart Day, was olperrodis )
her visit to 4
First class, $5.00; second class, $2. O; Yesterday was the hottest day this Cents per copy., Tltusvllio, having enjoyed such In the Presbyterian church, 31usvlllo. 4 .

Grand Programme of third class, $1.50; sweepstake, 100. week, the Signal Service thermometer -Indian River! Lodge F. A. M. meets !. very much. The rostrum was beautifully i
I decorated, displaying great taste In the I
JUDGES: registering 00 degrees the shade. at their hall at 7:.10,'sharp, to-ntght. -Why send your orders to Jackson arrangement of the ferns and lowers. i
N. N. Penny, C. J. Hector ,E. Stiling, ville for fertilizers, when can
you
Frank' Sam B. R. Wilson.TIMEKEEPERS. -Dr. C. II. Howland returned homo -Mr. and Mrs. F.!)[. Ironmonger wore your This Is the first time Children's Day
help keep home enterprise, and, got has been celebrated In Titusvlllo and I
tip
Sports & Amusements to, New Haven Conn. on Saturday having tho on the Clyde ,
among passengers \
: them the church crowded to its utmost
the goods just as cheap, by buying was .
Albert Taylor and A. Brady.MEASURERS purchased 30 acres of land on the I steamer, leaving Jacksonville, yesterday.The npaeltv. All expressed themselves M I
from J. S. Watson A Co. 18 ;JMr.
lower
river.
: Fourth of July Regatta, ball much pleased with tho exercises, which .'

Will be Held FRIDAY 3rd.A' John Simonson, F. E. Joyncr and C. L. ; -For sale, n two or three horse power and sports will take place on Friday, I). D. Rogers, of Ocala, who has reflect great credit on the children who 4Jfl ,
took and those who the
Faber. Dcen stopping Ith Postmaster Dawson, part promoted \ I
kerosene engine nnd boiler suitable for a
July,3rd, Instead of tIle 4th.
flair and had! It In charge
REOATTA COMMITTEE: of the Narrow, returned hero Sunday, i
J. '.Rogers, J. F. Lewis,J. P. Turner. mall steam launch. Apply to Mr. Joy -Jtrs. E. B. Wager has been quite indisposed and felt for his home nt the above place The following programme wa carried
ner boat-builder Cocoa Fin. 13'St: : out to tho full of all
gratification pro-
Lively Day Anticipated nOT!! BOAT BACK-1:30 TO 3 P. M. during the past week, but we !
A. A. Stewart, W. S. Graham, John C. Master Budlnot Pritohard returnedto are pleased to note she Is now much on Monday moiuing. sent: Doxology. '
Jones.[ and finest
-The luigvxt assortment
ADDRESSES! town on Saturday, from Huntsvillo, better. Prayer and talk on object of meeting

YACHT RACES, BASEBALL, FOOT Will be delivered by Frank W. Pope, Alabama, where he has been attending subscribing tl.fiO annum selection of clothing and trunks to bo Rev. Jno. Foy.
celebrated B3T per found! on Indian River, lire now at "Tim alutatory,.... .. .Miss Katlo Pnddison.Song"ChildrenArelathering. .
from Jackson.
Esq. a
RACES, GREASY POLE, ville., lawyer, chool.Mr. for the ADVOCATE, It will only cost you Bazaar." A big assertion hut n cull will !: ;."

BASKET DINNER, TRANSPORTATION.The J. O. Walton's schooner, Cygnus Three Cent Per Wftt, 1'ottnge Included, convince .! Recitation, .. .. ..."Children'eray"i'

steamer J. W. Sweeney will make of Eau Gallle, In command of Capt. to any part of tho United States. you. Sung,.. . .. .. ...."'rhe Dlblo.to
DANCDO.'MILI' one round trip from Melbourne to Titus. Starck, arrived at Melbourne on Tuesday -Quite a few left hero Mond.iy mornIng tecitatlon,. .. .."Crow nUll Sceptres"Song
ville and return on July :3rd to enable with of OOOO -Mrs. W. E. Bailey and! little girl, for GaliiHcvlllo for the purpose of entering ... .. 1 ..o .. ... .. Chant. tiRecitation
: ARY DRILL. TITUSVILLE visitors from down the river to attend a cargo pineapple Lizzie, Is stopping at the Indian River homestead at Miami. Among ,. .. .. ."Floral Mission."
sll p8. .. .. ,..."Como Thou Fount."
the celebration, etc., In Titusville on that hotel. :Mrs. Bailey Is the wife of Con iong
BRASS BAND. those who took up homesteads were- tuittatlon .. .. .. Nellie ,
Gray.
day. The fare will be, for the round -For sale, lands on Indian and St. ductor Bailey. by .
I Messrs. Scroven, Botcher, Watson, Davis Reading..Mr. J. It. Walker.
From below to !
trip: points Rockledgo
Aide rivers. All choice selections for
OFFICERS: and including Melbourne $1.50 from -Special prices to move out tho bal. Yard. Ironmonger, Spencer, GrUt, Prayer,uuu. .. . .. ..Rov. Jno. )'01.I !
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.S. II. Ray, gen'l. manager; J. P. Goldsmith pineapples, lemons truck and bananas. I Collection. r''
points below City Point to and including lance of our straw hats, and make room Young Kuhle and others. In all about
secretary: S. D. Geiger, treaaurer.t tocklcdge $1.00 from below On terms to suit. Address, Frank Song,., ... .. .. .. ."Open the Door"
; points for our Immense fall line of crushers and two thousand acres were entered!
TRANSPORTATION: Titusville to and including City Point, Forster, Orchid, Fla. 14* Benediction. .
,M. S., Jones, E. B. Wager, J. S. Pat 7i: cents. Schedule will be given later, Derby's, which are now In transit. Call -We understand that Sir II. Coven. Justice could bo loud only by malting
-Mrs. Schuyler arrived in town Monday and J. P. Tumor Co. *1 mention! of each ono but
son.
one. : ;
get Individually
but the steamer will run so a* to accom- try, who paid tho ADVOCATE ofllco a visIt -
RECEPTION COMMiTTee: : modate the best. evening, from tho north, for the paeo will not penult. Children Day
people
Engineer C. F. Hawkins, of the J., few months Is the son of
some ,
ago will bo memorable In the hearts of the
B. R. Wilson Mayor Geo. B. Rumph, of visiting her daughter and
; purpose
GRAND DALL, T. A. K. W. Ry., returned to town Saturday Lord Coventry, ono of tho l'rlnclpal"1I.1t i children of Tltusvlllo as one of the most
C. n. Jno. M. Dixon Dr. Dod-
Waltont on-in-law and 0. W.
In the evening, will be given by the Mr. Mrs. Morton
lion, M. Goldsmith, Frank T. Budge, members of the Seminole Club. Heath. I evening from his trip to the north, ors In tho great baccarat scandal In London pleasant and happy days of tho year. s
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J. II Smith. Barrata's celebrated string band has where he has been on a visit to his par the effect of which Is causing considerable The children and older members work-: k
id hard to Insure Its success; and when
BONORAjttT RECEPTION COMMITTEE: been engaged for the occasion, and those -J* S. Watson A Co. have Just received ents. trouble to the Prince of Wales, that popular young lady-Mis* Jcnnetta

Melbourne: E. P. Branch, John Henry. who attend may look .out for a delightful two hundred bushels of now, -Mr. Tom Sanders! of Courtney, returned whom a great many Englishmen want 'nddluon-Invited our rlty reporter Into. 1

Eaa Gallle: J. O. Walton, W. II. Glea- evening's pleasure.LOCAL home-grown Bermuda onion Send from his visit to Macon, Ga., last removed from tho British\ army. It Is, the Presbyterian Church,Saturday afternoon
J. E. M. to view tho work accomplished, be 4
Hodgson. ,
lIOn
them orders. 183
your night accompanied by tho Missus Clara however, doubtful It they can succeed
very the m
'l4opId: John Casper, Geo. Ensey. was both surprised and pleased to see
Brantley: R. B.Stewart, C.T. :Verbeke. NEWS. -Capt. T. W. Lund has been quite 111 and Fannie Sanders, who have been at In their wish to expel the prince rostrum, etc., so beautifully decorated

I IGeorgiana: R. B. Burchfiel. during the past week, and Dr. Wills, the Weslej College, Macon, for some from the army for playing cards. for which great credit Is due the young q.

Rockledge: W. L. IIughlett, Jos. Pax. who Is attending him, had to telegraphto months. They all returned homo on adlon who so skillfully and artistically
ton. tocletr and General Qoulp In connectionwith -We learn from Hon. H. F. Atkinson, arranged everything with such good

Cocoa: John Sanders. Indian Hirer and Lake Worth sea ; Jacksonville for Mrs. Lund to come this mornlng'lIlteamer. who has returned from Tallahassee, that asto. ______________
City Point: E. W. Hall. tlon during past week Brief mention of and wait upon her husband. -Miss II. Hutchinson, who has been tho conservative members In the House

Courtney: John Sams. Interacting E..ntel About People Yon -Notice. Parties wishing board dur- stopping at the Indian River Hotel forBOrne succeeded In getting tho most objectionable PINEAPPLE LANDS.

Sharpen Indlanola: W.Jalma II. Sharpe. Picked Know, and People Our You Don't Know- Ink the summer season, can get same at months past..Jeli for her }homo at features struck out of the now. Eleven Bargains*
: Lapham. by 80aJet.rEdltor.
up '
Merritt: P. J. Kevins. I the Indian River Hotel, Tltusvlllo, Fla., ITlgulown',' *.;;:J.,.ycvtorday. On the II usury law., The rate of Interest I II fixed No. 1. The n. w. J of i. e. | of 8.,e.II .

LaGrange: Thos. Johnson. on and after the 15th of May, at reduced way. she wllllltop- for a short time, at at ten per cent. This Is I not unreasonable : t. 27, I. r.37 e.-40 acre, on ponlna

Mlms: W. N. Ucndry.Haulover rr Advertisements under this heading rates. Apply to I.M. Mabbette. 13* Now York, Philadelphia and other pla ; In fact, Is at present the ruling rate, la opposite Melbourne; ; pronounced!! u,
: C. H. Nauman. are ten cents per line per week. county surveyor to DO an excellent piooo,
New Smyrna: D. Perkins Smith and -Service at the Episcopal church -Messrs. Smith A Futch expect to ces. u controlled by the law of supply and of pineapple land. Price, I''O( per acre.

It.. J. McCarthy. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. open the Titusville Meat Market tomorrow -Miss Suo Buckner has taken the demand In this section. The Governorhas Adjoining land U selling at from ISO to !

Oak Hill: J. F. McCarthy and George and will keep on hand a first-class rooms above Norton's store, and Is prepared vetoed the bill which provided that .75. <
Magruder. Those Interested In pineapple culture No. 2. Lot 4 of sec 24, t. 87r. 40( 11.
stock of meat, eggs, poultry, and farm to receive a few more rjuplls. tho owner of real estate under judgment Fronts on north shore of St. Lucle river. Rf
should read the article
PROGRAMME. on eighth
strict attention to business theumber of ladle foreclosure should have the privilegeof '
produce. By Considering young or 70 87.100 acres; price, 125 per acre.
MILITARY A BRASS BAND-0TO 1030: A.M.: page.Mr. they hope to merit a share of who. passed through our office this redeeming their property at any time No. 3. Lot 4 of see. 20, t. 37, r. 40 e.-
Pritchard S. A.
A.
J.
H. Atkinson, Hamilton returned from his 03 0.-100: acres, half mile front on south
sale L
Belcher. public patronage. morning, Miss Buckner must have quitea within two years after by payingthe Excellent land. {
shore of St. Lucia river. y'
to Jacksonville and St. ,
GENERAL AMUSEMENTS-1030 to 12 M. trip Augustine -Queen Victoria has given orders fora large class. amount due, and legal Interest. This '>23' per acre. '

'Ilowell Titus, J. D. Crabb, A. T. Feaa- on Wednesday.J. goat to be sent from her farm at Windsor I I -Mr. C. M. Grist, who has been stopping redemption bill, as It was called, was the No. 4. Lot 1, 70 80-100 acre; lot 2

ter. S. Watson & Co. have received to the 2nd Battalion Welsh Regimentto I at the Indian River Hotel all the most vile measure Introduced at the lastteuton. 71 00-100 acres; lots, 5ft 10-100acres; allin .1
ERECTION I sec. 20, t. 37, r. 40e. Each lot ham t
MUSIC DURING or THE PLATFORM.DAY AND two carloads of pineapple crates. Write take the place of the regimental goat : winter, started for his home at Sunbury, quarter of a mile front on St. Lucle river

E. L. Brady, J. P. Goldsmith, Jas. T. them for prices. 183Mr. : which died some time ago. The late : Ohio, on Monday, calling In at Gaines- -On Wednesday, the 10th of this and adjoin the extensive pineapple

Sanders. and Mrs. Hugh Boyd gave quitea regimental goat had been years with the vtllle on the way and taking up a homestead month, Ida F. Sollee and Julian Groer plantation of Tyndall & Dyor. TIM l u

BASKET: DIN3TEB AND FISII-FRy-12 M. pleasant dance in honor of Mr. Chas. Battalion, and was a remarkably fine at Miami. lie expects to return were married In New York City. Theyare three.hree-quartor lots have of a combined a. mile on frontage very deepwater 1

TO 1 P. M.Pi U. Watson, last Friday night, when all animal. Its head now adorns the anteroom here In about two months. now quietly resting at Gravosend,N. and being situated on the couth f

tree; A.12 Losley to 1. m.REGATTA.Jas.. Oglesby,. Geo. Al- present had a jolly good time. of the officers' mess.Mr. -Shorty Walker, who some time back J. Mrs. Qreer Is well known In the city, shore of the broad St. Luole, rue absolutely '

p.' -Help wanted, to clear land on Mer- and Mrs. Albert S. Magruder, of purchased a building lot from Mr. S. F. her parents and relatives being natives of free for from these three danger lots of In frost a body$30: +Ir +,,I
acre
The race will be called promptly at rit's Island. Inquire of Charles Provost, lockledge[ came up to town Monday Gray, has ereetud a two-story dwellingon this State, and at present residing hereIn or per 123:! per acre for either lot separately.

one o'clock, and will be sailed under the Brantley, Fla. 104 evening, returning home on steamer it, and expects to move In to-day. 1888 MIMI Souse and Julian Oreer appeared This Is an exceptional bargain-a bettor '

Vrules of the Boston Yacht provided Club below, with: -Mr. J. H. Wilson, of Hardoeville, Sweeney next day. Among other things Shorty has, this week, also bought. lot on Jacksonville's theatrical bolrllaa Investment than the amount required to y
such exceptions as are homestead at c:
and on a
. characters In tho of secure prove up
No restrictions as to ballast or sail;but was in town Tuesday, and gave us a ?Vf r. Magruder was making Inquiries after in Jolnervllle, on which intends erect prominent play Miami, and Is not dependent upon prospective Ie '1

all ballast carried at the start must be I, pleasant call to subscribe for the ADVOCATE. a row boat which had been stolen ing a house as soon as possible.We "Leah, the Forsaken. They will, aftera long delayed satisfactory

detained in the boat during the race. I from his place on June 11th, particularsof are asked to draw the attentionof brief rest, resume their theatrical work, transportation facilities.
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Time allowance will be six seconds to which will be found in another column.Mr. having already made engagements for No. 0. Lot 1 of sec. 30, t. 37, r. 40 .. 'ti
the foot per mile for the number of miles Twenty Thousand Dollars to loan at tho Town Council to the fact that the 44 1-10 on south shore of 8t. Little .
the Mrs. Greer Is a win. acrell. .
Wled; The course will be the usual racecourse 10 per cent if taken quick; in sums to and Mrs. Magruder gave our officea rainy season IN now on, and that It coming season. river. (Quarter mile deep water front. ,t

( in front of Titusville, to be sailed suit Bobbins & Graham. 13tf pleasant call while in town, and we would be advisable to re-open the ditches some brunette, and has hosts of friend |23 per acre. :f

twice around by the first class, and once were pleased to see Mrs. Magruder look- around town without delay Thereare here, who all extend the happy pair the No. 0. Lot 3 of sec. 80, t 37 r. 41 e. ff
around by the second and third classes -A negro, named Alex. Walker,who so well. 'usual congratulations. Tiintt-Unlon Half mile of river front, on north shore ,
The race will be open to any and all was brought before Justice R. Wilson, njj/ planty colored Idlers about town who The lovely bride referred to In the fore of bt. Lucie river. 401.10 acres, at *45 :t-
boats from every part of the State. Vis -Another valuable and Interesting should have something to do to occupy Sin ,
yachts are especially invited. The Monday, charged with forging a check Illustrated journal-Our Dumb Animalt their time. going paragraph Is the niece of Mrs. \[. Bargain* No. 2, 3, 4, 6 and 0, containing ',f;

Ming will be made flying at one o'clock, for $100, is in jail awaiting the action of I lies before It is printed In Boston E, Titus, and I I. well known to some of the aggregate 430. !.100 acre Jt
us. ,
the first class to lead; in which they are the Grand Jury. This is quite an Important -The banquet to-night may Interfere our older citizens. will be sold In a body at '13: per acr*.
allowed five minutes to cross the line, or .' and published In the interest of prevent to which make 100
case, and reflects great credit upon with certain engagements several This I II a good chance to .per
ar 1andlcapped. Then at 1:10'the second Sheriff in effecting the Ing cruelty to animals. It is a good and contributing members happen to be -The Bag Party, given by the ladle cent. In lee than twelve months.

class start, and are allowed five mln- our Deputy useful paper, and is worthy the attention of St. Gabriel's Episcopal church, came No. ?. Lot 1 of sec. 25, t. 37, r. 40 .. ?
. utes to cross the line: and at 120 the capture of the criminal. The law firm bound In advance. Thereby hangs and lot 2 of same sea,
24 78-100 acres;
announced
off Tuesday evening.
readers. U on
of our Mr. Geo. T. Angell as ,
,thIrd class cross the line, same as the of Gaulden & Sander have been re- tale. Now a tale presumes the existence 211 acre. One i lion the north and Uw
. president of Our Dumb Animal with offices There was a very good attendance, considering
Lode
preceding classes. tained for the defense. of an animal. That animal Is the combative other on the south shore of 8t. )
r'-;; Entries can be addressed or made ins at 19 Milk St., Boston. Masonic We those the unpropitious appearance of river. Each lot has a quarter of a mil +,
goat. hope
person to Mr. J. W.Rogers, Treasurer of -Mrs. Ely Spencer, wife of the late E. the weather. Striking the bags with a frontage on deep water. t30 per acre in
the Regatta Committee, until 10 a. m. Spencer, of the Indian River Steamboat -Mr. J. T. MacDowell, whose splendid having charge of the banquet wine will stick who were bllnd-foldet, separate lot*. No reduction If both iota

the day of the race, July 3rd. Any is in the city a guest of the service last winter at the Tropical, see that sufficient Is held In reserve to by persons are taken. Company, milled
when
yacht in the second or third classes de- Indian River, Fla., made a small-sited revive those who are likely to appear In caused a deal of fun they No. 8. Lot 3 of sac. J4-61 30-109
for the sweepstake prize DuvaL-Timei-Vnion. We were not the mark. Mr. and Mrs. Wetmore were St. Lucia river;
airing compete fortune for him wu encountered In the exhausted condition at a late hour acres; half mile front on
an ,
must continue over the course the second aware of the Intelligence conveyed by busily engaged attending to this branch and lot 4 of ec. 36, t. 87, r. 40 .. 77
Clyde Line office In New York, this after tussle with his goatihlp. river.
a St LucIe
round. the above paragraph. When did Mrs. when our reporter appeared, and they, acre, also fronting on
CLASSES. become a widow Perhaps her week. He has taken the Buckingham, -SIr E. J. Reed, who owned considerable '_3 per acre for either or both lot*.
In
f ]First class:-Yachts measuring 20 feet Spencer at Avon-by-thff-sea, near Long Branch, seemed to be doing their duty good No. g. Lot 4 of sec. 23, t 37. r. 40 ..
still remain in mortal land In the lower river has
country
lesser half may Laura Larsen was doing with mile fronton
Miss
up to 26 feet in length. N. J. for this season and to style 63 18-100 acre*, quarter
under 20 feet. have departed'from'' propose been busy In the British House of Commons excellent land; 'A
Second class; -Yachts life-he may only good business the bouquet line, while St. Lucie river;
make It the fashionable and
Third class:-All flat-bottomed boats steamboat life. to popular of late, and has moved for the Stella Hale attended one of the per acre.
under 25 feet. resort house of the Jersey coast, If good Miss N4Lot 4 of sec. 8,mile '
and Calais Submarine Tubular
Dover fronntage
made her first cashier Mrs. Geo. U. Bob-
-The steamer Sweeney stalls. As with half
The measured length to be computed cuisine and pleasant management will 30 04-100 [acres,
by adding twice the length on water line trip down from New Smyrna on Tuesday make It lO.-8euhore Railway Bill. Experiments will shortly bins seemed to be "hauling In" a good on south prong of St. Ladle river, opposite

to th* length on deck abaft the stem- arriving here In good time. She SoeUty. be made with a view to test the first many dollars-like a Rothchild-the and south-westerly from Be ty

piece, and divide the cum by three. was,in charge of the popular and well -Miss Garner, who married Sir Gordon difficulty which has been suggested In a "takings" of the several ladies who were Bro[ plantation old; Indian superior field quality and cam d* .

.. FRIZES.-FIRST CLASS. Cumming, one of the chiefs in the joint by the Admiralty and the halL Ice land known a* .
. .. known commander and managerCapt.B. report doing duty around the cream Price | per acre.
1 First prize.. . .. .. ... .$50.tt scandal eround. tt. _, _
Second prize............ ... ..... 20.00 P. Paddison, with Mr. Geo. F. Paddi- great baccarat London Is one Board of Trade-viz.: A* to whetherthe and cake were plentifully supplied, and No. 11. .. .. of s. w. or sea ai, K.

Third prize................ ...... 10.00 son the ever-willing and obliging purser of the heirs of the great Garner estate, presence of the tube, although immersed done justice to. The drawing for a 38, r. 41 e., on south side of 8t LaM.
back from ri -
SECOND CLASS. which Is conservatively estimated at the feet below the surface of was won by If n. river two hundred yards
seventy
mate and Mr. quilt-which
First prize... .... .... ........ ...$25.00Second ; Mr. W. H. Biggi, ; J. pleasing figure of $70,000,000. The patchwork dance, wound up er* excellent pineapple land. JO ttIIplantatlOI1 t
prize.................... 10.0Third Pierce engineer, on board. This steamer the aea at low water; might not produce tthhepruceedingsofthe evening. Then of O. K. Wood. Price, 11..

prize.... .... ........ .'1.... 5.0 seems to be doing a very fair buslnem, Garners were approached about a year some tidal effect which would Interfere number of ladles attending per acre. '
ago by a well known promoter In London second were quite a Terms on any of the above, hall easfcj
THIRD CLA..8LFint It Is the dull season of the with small Teasels. The question various departments, and aU
prize....... ........ ......$15.00 considering with an offer of $70,000,000 for the la whether the of the tube on to the with will to Insure the success balance la one or two years, at L per
Second prize.. ... .... ........ 10.00 year, which proves she Is a favorite with property and the business, he Intending presence worked a The receipts were cent Correspond with us. a
Third prize... .... .... .... ...... 5.01 the people. Mr. Murray Learscy act asa to place it on tb English market at the foreshore might not lead to some of the Bag Party. ltt-tf ROBiUf A OLllUJl. i

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:. r this educational work, Hoo I,. F. Llviagtton I AM NOTES FOB WOHEK. ON E MdTtj ; II ..

' He East Coast .A YCCui6r'TITUSPh.LT : ALLIANCE: TALKS. was not overlooked. Along with er 54 _

'L f a number of speaker*, be is expected to Cornflower blue Is a new color.

appear at Gainesville and Lakeland rule tho toilet
== = Flowers continue to
NEWS OF THE ORDER FRU Florida, in July, and at vatious point in
I FLORIDA. ALL SECTIONS. Mississippi during the present month. Pearl are prime favorites at present.

,__ _-b-- The states included ia this grand educa Turquoises were never more popular.The .

The Trey (N. Y.) Prcs I.yl that tional campaign are Alabama, Arkansas, bustle is coming into style again. RACINE.WIS.
allxre. Items of Interest to Alliance-. Florid, Georgia, Illinois[ Indiana, Kansas Gauntlet only for daytime
xecnti0n by electricity a men Kentucky Louisiana, Maryland, gloves are

Everywhere. ){jH*! Rlppl. Missouri. New York. North
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Tear.Norway
Carolina, North Dakota, South Carolina He., has a woman road sur
The number of admission to the THE.; :5BW YORK HERALD ON 'THB THIRD Tennessee, Texas the two Virginia anti veyor. w .

Paris Exposition of 1889 was 28,149 PARTY MOVEtfllKT. I the territory of Oklahoma The whole A distinctive church dress for women Mm 11 \
trend of this : i
$8,300,000. The The New York Herald that the movement indicates the intention is .
$158. and the receipts says of the Alliance to proposed.The .
managers of the Chicago Columbian National Union conference held recently dential ticket in the field in'83.put a Senator presi Parisian hair-dressers have decreed

World' Fair expect to beat this in Cincinnati. an it not to be poh-hoohea of Peffer stated M much during a recent that bangs must go. 0
away insignificant gathering
vWt to of the blonde ia the
record. cranks and sorehead. Following this Washington, and Colonel Polk The stronghold
___ __ did not deny that such
the Herald leaden a program; had North and Northwest.

of Connecticut estimate Republican continues or Democrat: "Party who look upon, been discussed and practically agreed The sticks for some fans cost $50( each, J LOG= L Sp NYa1NAGONSo!? ALL STYES.
Senator Hawley but it l .
it with indifference or treat it with rMI- upon, depended on the acts of the and the paintings $400 more.

the value of destructible cute fail to sea its significance find iu next congress. Pale blue, yellow and apricot are

property la New York city, which warning. Admit that the interest rep. ,". favorite shades for tea gowns. *"'TKNT
HUOGIN5
might be Imperiled by A foreign war resented are diverse; even incongrous Im ita salutatory the Atdutirial Union, to be LADIES CHAISE.
Loose seem a
and in tho and discordant; that visionary schemes Creston Iowa, says: We are hereto fitting gray growns
fleet, at $1,826,000,000. be favored and demands fad with many literary women.
may extreme champion the cause cf the masses and to PATENT CHA.ISKBRAKKFISH
.!ght,chief seaport' cities of tho Atlantic made. It may be that no practical agreement sustain labor in all 1U just demands. As Heart-shape stones are the rage for E

cowl at 14,600,000.000. will be reached, BO platform the official organ of the Farmers Alliance pins earrings and finger rings.

adopted no third party formed. Alt and Industrial Union we shall ever be There are 425 female students at the BR9S WAG!!H G -
this signifies nothing. The real significance found true to the principles embodied in I University Ann Arbor, Mich.
Some idea of tho Immense strides of the event is rather ia its origin its declaration of purposes, and ready
than in what may be its immediate results to champion and defend the principles A good walk will redeem an ill-de- RACINE, WIS.1ro1 .
mad in ,all (porting hoes may be in the causes which hare led to it of the order. "We realise signed skirt, and a bad walk ruin a good

gained, observes the New York rather than the effects which may now that the alliance is entering upon a one.

Recorder, when it 1* noticed that I. come from it. From this point of view tempestuous voyage. Nothing but the Pretty maidens rival the butterfly la of what y
recent estimate on the cycling property the gathering on the banks of, the Ohio energy of its leaders and loyalty of its their attire, and resemble walking flower E are making a .peclalty this season 4ft
representing as it does the Farmers Alliance members will serve to guide it aright. we call our PARAGON HARNESS.
in the United States places tho total and the Knights of Labor The beds.The
Industrial Unit to be sailed of the
expects girl of the period thinks it Is"smart" Made FINEST STOCK and the very
valuation at over $16,000,000. to say nothing of other organization!. from every side. It will be ridiculed aad
be ef BEST Such harnesscannot y
to ignorant common WORKMANSHIP. a
is more significant than so-called
any reviled. It will be assa'.led by open en-
regular havIng entered third party movement we have had in i emy and: secret foe. All the forces of things.A be bought for leas than $25.
They army this country for years. The greenback, mdhppoly will be brought iolo requisitionto London woman has a clans of 100 at retail. But we are willing

upon its second century i* old enough, the prohibition the woman' suffrage I drive the order out of existence. Be cooks, to whom she gives "entire dinner In order to Introduce It, to \ .t'f''t

;thinks the Boston Transcript to have and even the labor cause. hare appealed i it .f). We are here to' defend tho right, lesson" SELL ONE SET ONLY S\\ .ti o. t;;,

'r regiment histories written. The to special classes of limited numbers. and, with the approval of the farmers In Amsterdam now it is the fashionto ... iI> "o(
They lacked the elements of national and laborers of Iowa, we shall with to one person aa a \>
fourth Infantry ha the unique honorof announce a broken engagement 01
strength and consequently of national charity for all, with malice toward none, sample for It : : \ '
having had among its officers two achievement. Different from all these is with courage for the right as God gives marriage.A 1 o o/' t '

,presidents[ -General Grant and General the movement now looming up with us to see the right, keep up the war pretty bride went to the altar in $16.50. .: <1.y.f.:: "'JW

Taylor. growing importance especially in the oppression of every kind until all a white Swiss muslin gown and a white 1 O o t ,p. .
west. We have said that its significance case chiffon veil.Genera t
legislation is forever stricken from
Kansas is already pretty up. I is in its origin, its cause. That cause is the statute books, and in their stead shall Isidora Cousino, of Chili Is a 4-'{:? i t;

party politics. It is a deep seated grieranco be written, "Equal and exact justice to handsome young widow with a monthly t) ? .'O:: ;1..f"f 1
with railroads. Illinois lULl
piled I felt the (
by farmers and the all." '
wage '"
Income of |80UOO.Dr. .. >
'
something more than 10,000 miles : earners of toe country la consequence of *. ; @ m 4' oAt3
the shameful disregard of their interests Martha Robinson of Cleveland, I d ,
Kansas comes uoxt with nearly 9000 and welfare shown by the in The Liberty Sell (Sioux City, Iowa) Ohio, has been her father's partner in :
miles then Texas Iowa and party pow. speaking of tbe power of the Alliance
Pennsylvania er. The organization of the aggrieved dentistry for several yean. r f 7 '
says: "Thegood, solid common sense t- .>''7 ; .., .. tJf'"
with approximately 8500 miles classes is a practical pro of the American people when they have Louise Michel has started a school In ".y

each. In proportion to populationand test against such party management fully determined on doing what their London, where she gives free instruction

business[ declares the Chicago As and the grievance affects agricultural conscience and their judgment tell them to forty poor children.

Herald, Kansas has in fact more mileage movement may industry be as broad the aa scope the nation of the, is right that they will not long allow One of the prettiest of Alabama's many THIS IS ONE OF THE 40 STYLEC WHICH WE MAKE
them to be kept from uniting to carry belles is Miss Mary Leftwich of Florence.
,
the 0
than other State in tho Union. as general as masses. The
any Farmers' Alliance joined with the force out that purpose. They are now firmly She is a small blonde of graceful figure. Q .* co
convinced their demands and
are right
A dealer-in old coins said[ to tho Illustrated of labor and other organizations may hence every effort to prevent it only Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, *
factor
prove a in coming politics more has received the comfortable sum of
unites the more firmly and in spite of all .0
American recently that potent than many affect to believe. Of that politicians may do or attempt to do, $100,000 for its Women's Medical School/
"there never was 1804 dollar. course it ia not expected that a third =
any party if one should be formed next the sound, common sense of the "great, fund.A zao J I
year,
That'dlel wore cut In that year, similar would elect Its candidates. It might, plain people" will prevail. We repeat Kentucky paper relates that the -

in all respects, save the date, to however, carry enough States to throw that in our opinion tho Alliance has been grandmother of the bride at a wedding 1

the die of 1803, is certain. It Is also the choice into the house, which would strengthened by thus showing its ability in Covington recently acted as the brides = rte:
insure to foil the attempts of Its enemies to divide z
the election maid.It .
of a democratic presi
,certain that these dies were destroyedIn and set to warring each other its aril w *
dent. But whatever be the imme-
'
may is said that Miss Bedle -
1869. But dollars half two principle divisions." s
no or dollars Uiato effect of this now uprising the < *
of ex-Governor Bedle is of
daughter one
+
w t l
were issued in that year, nor were movement is not going to disappear while .'r ,
the handsomest in New
women STAR SPINDLE BODY.
No. 165 GEAR
young
:they issued at any time by govern the cause which started it exists. Either On the sub-treasury plan a correspondent Jersey. VATUUI,WOOD fl.MSH, PAIKTED. I
party in must look to the interestsof of the Union "Economistshave
power says: Built Honor. different from Western
mental on Entirely Cheap
authority. the farmers, workingmen and the for 500 years been trying to adjustthe Loose-fitting gloves are the latest. It
Work. Live Dealers wanted.
masses generally or these classes will volume of money to the available says so plainly, "see how small my Territory given. .
.
A story is told of tho latoDr. CrosbyIn combine for their own protection. amount of precious metals. This is, and hands .:e; I can afford to wear a lose .

the New York Evangelist, which V% must always remain as impossible as glove." KIN G M AN, STURTEVANT & LARRABEE>

that gentleman used to relate himself. TUB "CRCSniKO OUT1' IDEA. "squaring the circle" because the metals Hairpins of'ahell, with ornamental top SLEIGH
Oil Under the above caption the Alliance always run away and hide in time of of twhtled gold, valued at seventy.fivg -$ CARRIAGE AND [BUILDERS {fe- ,=
house was once ontered by a burglar trouble war or civil commotion. The
Advocate of Louisville dollars each in the
not
Tcnn.
are uncommon
Bays:
whom tho doctor himself cap.Lured "The fiat has gone forth. The national real problem ia to-day tho same as it has streets of New York.: FOR CATALOGUES BINCHAMTON, N. Y.
always been, and it is a very simple onto -,
and who sentenced to bank have assumed control of the
wan! A girl in Atchison Kan. has
the volume of a
adjust to the peculiar
.twelve year*' imprisonment. But for old Alliance political be forced parties to and stand directed alone that aa the a volume of commerce. All money that is necessary way of attracting attention to her. WE ARE IN THE LEAD ,

three the minister[ : is to permit the commodity to fur. self. She scallops her fingernails and
years kept a
up correspondence third
however thatif
party. They forget
FOR FINE QUALITY AND STYLE OF SPRING
with the convict, convert. the Alliance Democrats and Republicans nub its own flax, be its own security leaves them that way. VEHICLES,

ed him, secured his pardon, and later ia their respective parties go to the float itself of the into sub-treasury market. plan.This"is the essence A woman is now considered old fashioned THE MOST FOR THE MONEY IS OUR MOTTO.
primaries that they are numerically strong who does not care for women'srights
had the satisfaction
of seeing him become enough to control the workings thereof. and a lot of things it ia supposed BEST ONE OF
a..
a prominent and respected citizen Do they,expect to be able to buy up the the ought to care about.A [

In a distant town, and blessed with aRife farmers of of their the country by condition taking advantage and- The i II membership increasing of beyond the Colored count. Alliance National fad of the moment among come fad. MATERIAL OUR CATA

and child. oppressed affecting i to chew _ '
women *
President Humphrey writes the young a AND ,
holding them in thrall by, threat and :! LOGUESWORKMAN
glittering promise aa heretofore Oh, Alliance Bureau at Washington, that flower, or. to rut it more clecrantl- .. to
Fourteen who the organization i* prospering beyond all wear one between the lips. FULLY
women, have been no I I. They realize that the poor worm haa IL-
studying law,in a special class under at last turned, and that the farmer is precedent to far a* organization i* con Embroidery silk come from China SHIP I
the thinking for himself and that his cerned. Hi greatest hindrance ia in the Japan and Italy but they are dyed and LUSTRATESWINS.
University of the
City of New educational line. The demand for liter.
thought are turned to his own hard condition prepared in England. Girls are employed
York", passed their examination recent- and how to improve his ature is far in excess of ability to supply. In skeining and winding it. OUR LINE.

Jy, and received their[ certificates. nities to secure a fair amount opportu.1 Organization having literature which There
SMALL
are constant demands for AND LARGE
of do much wo- ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTEKTIOK .
do not for himself and his family. they can dispose can by .
They expect to practice law men who can charm tnakes. The
it to President supply -
forwarding Humphrey or
hence the edict goes out that .A. SAMPLE JOB WILL CONVINCE
states the New York Independent but the farmer must be led or forced distributing it among colored Alliancesthat is very small, and the wages are YOU THAT OUR

are' studying the science, as womenare into a third party, and the two old parties may be near theu;. (100 a week, with all expenses paid.It WORK IS THE WORK TO BUY. .J

studying unite to crush him out of political exist .*. is said that England has more women .
everything Just for
the fan of it-an admirable new. ence. And the city press has been boughtup The Faulkner County Wheel (Conway workers in proportion to her population BRIDGEWATER CARRIAGE CO.
reason and are one and all united in an effortto Ark.) says: "Why ia it that the metropolitan than any other country; twelve
but one which only indicates that what turn the attention of the farmer to the press have maintained a grave- per cent. of the industrial classes being IRO-AJCTOKIEJ, "V.A., t

tiny do simply for the love of knowl- high offices and great wealth awaiting yard silence on the issues presented by women.
him aa the rewad of independent political Farmers' Alliance Because
the
they
edge, others will do moro and more in Elaine Cant and her sisters have
action. But the farmer will uot be thus plainly see that a simple discussion of
view earning[ a livelihood. Wombn led from the enemy. lie will be at the them would open the eye of the people 'started a novel undertaking in the formof rb

lawyers aro now no novelty; and con. caucus and at the convention' and his and they would quickly burl some of a mushroom farm, the proceeds oi

tlderlng that the veteran David Dudley voice will be raised in defense of his their demigods from place and power. which are for the support of a boy's;

Field home and his family. If there ia to be a They will uever discuss issues they only evening school.
gave parting address to this third party formed let the banker and throw a little tariff sand to blind the The Superintendent of the Baltimore

class, we may see that the opposition monopolist organize' it, and let them people." Training fchoolfor: Nurses Miss Louisa -

to their invasion of the field is no come before the American people defending ... Paysons, studied her profession in London CU "

longer to be feared. a platform erected on the national re p14', Economist (Thomasville Ga.) with Florence Nighingale, and was TqfEASIL S Q

banking system of would Ye gods, lays; "The Alliance warehouse in Grif a nurse with the Egyptian expedition. e} el. --
what a spectacle they to a
present
Bu has declared dividend of 41
just a
Hen and acres are the racy materials the taxpayers of America. Let the national Dresses may be rendered incombustible 0 '4k
cent bale for the of 1800-01.
of cities. And New York, says the bank advocate defend their own That means per that the cost season of storage and by dipping them in a solution of tung. (.C '
position rather than attempt to dictate state of soda, one pound in two gallons "
their the farmers who
Times of that has dandling cotton to
city KEPT
so
many more the position the farmer hall take, and itored in the Alliance warehouse was only of water says the Sanitary Jfeui. The T B'I' STORES

men and so many fewer acres than her they will be kept busy from now until 5 cent per bale." most delicate color will.not be affectedby 'INSIST( U-r umSNEARS_m'hwt_ _

rivals that the comparison is startling their platform is rent asunder by the .% it. YOUR I R1fE -s
It viewed with wrath of an outraged people. If the Mrs. Annie of Fishkil SENDTOUSFCpP 1c
a prophetic eye. The Canton Mist.) Proyrtu say* i Hyde, N. Y., STCREKEEPiJETTING 11
farmer of Tennessee adopt the sub-treas
the oldest the rolls of the '
"The scheme has pensioner on
Personsj ub-treasury an obJeQCto *
CJQIW"1
plan they will defend it to the last. T Box 210
>t'r ury accomplish-tbe lessening of the United States Government baa cele- "a E ,
_Population. Acres. Acre. brated her one hundred and second birth. 'F HOLYOKE
London (Poilc AIXIAXCB EDUCATIONAL: CAKTAIQX. money pressure. This result will the K FOR YOU MASS.
scheme accomplish and that too, without day. Records show that she was born in
District).......
4,704,811 <<1.087 11 The Washington correspondent of the 1789. ,
FishkiU.April -----
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miadelphla.... 1,048,964 83,200 12 Atlanta Journal sends the following to a sub-treasury- every county. -- j

Oilcajro......... 1,098,578 96,000 11 his paper: "The last issue of Col. L. L. .% Miss Emma Eamef, the American
lw York...... 1,815,301 15.7*) 69 Polk' Raleigh paper the Froffreuit National Lecturer J. F. WilletU Is prima donna wbe has won so notable a
It thus .Firmer, has a significant front-page doing excellent work in the field. Good success before the British public in
appears that on one-thlyd tho illustration representing a female debutante report follow wherever he goea. The "Faust" and "Lohengrin," is not yet

territory of Philadelphia, New York labelled "Third Party." Colonel alliance needs a thousand Just "such men twenty-three years. She possesses a fine

now accommodates a half million more Polk did not gainsay the suggestiveness to advocate its cause.-Satianal Ecoitoatui. voice, great dramatic talent and re-

population. Making comparison with[ of the cartoon ia his paper and finally markablebeautl. s "WANT A AGON ? "

London it that while London declared that unless the next congress A lady came to the polls in Fort Scott,
has appears got down to business according to the The alliance in Maryland it thoroughly Kan., who refused a ticket from those We awe wagonS, buggies,
seventeen times larger territory Alliance forms, the water in 1893 were awake and decidedly) aggressive. It proposes doling them out, saying she had her strong dunbl. stylish, surreys. High fnaet u tigtd t
has only about three times greater going to bo mightily agitated. He to take a hand in the coming cam- ticket already prepared. She was allowedto u beautifully finished u modernized

population. In other words, New stated further that an Alliance educational paign. It it growing rapidly.I have her own sweet way and when manufacture an produce. Built ,on honor by nun of. life ;
experience. I
had been Honesty our
campaign policy
agreed
upon prompt shipment
York Is the ballot were counted out her registration our
approximately on the average for the summer and the leader of the s specialty. We want to know Write
throughout its OX THC VOLCAXO* BOOK. ticket, with her name in )big letters, you. us. Costs you
entlro order would at different
area DOW six appear points, turned all nothing. May kaj to business by and by. Send
times more crowded than London. If north south and west, and address the "Henderson" sobbed Ethel after up Tight.The catalogue tt is free to radar for our '
the entire people. The campaign in Georgia will they had been married a few weeks "I most distinguished literary woman bamton every of this paper. Bine,
of Wagon Co.
area New York weresettled be vigorouv The season will open at hare been all th-through the house to- in Rome is the Countess Lovatelli, Binghamton H. Y.

with the average density of America oa July U, and lion. J B. da,." who lives his palace at St. Angelo. She "BUILT "

London population would be under Weaver, of Iowa; lion. Jerry Simpson "Vea. darling-don't you thiak it i* a is a handsome woman, tall, slender pale FOR BUSINESS. i

300,000. The point which Is Dr. C. W. Macune, Mr*. Anna L. Diggt, dear little houses and always richly dressed. She Is about
made sought of Kansas and CoL Polk will appear. "Ye..yea, Henderson. But, header forty-five yean old, and no one doubt
(a be is that New York' i* full Atlanta will be viiited by thi party oa son, where are all those plaques I painted her erudition. She is the only woman

today, with no allowance: &>r the the IS. Athena oa the 18 and Rome oa for you while we were engaged f..;-CHew member of UM German Archaeological

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FLORIDA'S BUDGET L. Pa m, r cnllrd a cit ten's meeting to board of examiners and to rrgulaW tbe CLOSING UP. OUR SILVER QUEEN $65
$65
discuss the *alijct of an hlllt'at th practice of dentistry in the state of Florida -

World's Fair in 1893. Mayor Palmet ," the same being Chapter 3711 of the Work in the Census Office Near la It poaaibla a first-elate Buggy with Silver-plated Da.h Rail, Seat

st.terl that. the legislature had adjourned Laws of Florida' approved June 7, 1887. e Rail Handle, Hub Band, an* Shaft Tips, for above price 7 ,
'
Of Newsy Notfes and Pointed without making an approprint'on for an An act to amend .n act ntited "an act ing Completion. t :.-

Paragraphs. exhibit tIt the World' lair; that Florida to change the terms of the circuit court A Washington dispatch of Monday < :;) :;) zm (') )0. t7 rZ -

m.Htl t.o represented; that if the people of the fetcond Judicial circuit of the state lays: The clerical force in the census ; 0 -I, t4e

Thomas P. vr r* given oprmrun tics the state would uf Florida," approved June 7, Itf87. office within the next seven weeks will > > 1a 9 ;: jf; '
Gray, president of the Med. heveasplendidexhititwhich would at* : An act to mend an set entitled "an probably: he reduced about 1 GOO in addition :

feat Association of Florida and for several t ,.-r ,.>.. irtrn'inn of rwfple from al ll act to the interests of farmers, to 200 reductions in salaries which : "o o
:
yeart mayor of Ocala, is dead; aged fifty- parka of the world; lie. had called this p'antcM protect find others," Chapter 8012, approved will be made within the present month. p 0a 'z > gO

six: years. meeting for consultation, and he proposed February 17, 1877, This reduction in force is due to the fact ... ;OZ;( > zOZiii 1

The standing committee of the diocese -that convention of all parts of that work in nearly every; division of the ..o( 0 > :'Io OC

of Florida, at a meeting in Jacksonville, the state be invited to meet in Orlandoat census office is rapidly drawing to a close. (., :: < ah
WANAMAKER III
held for the. purpose of considering the some early date to discuss plans SUBPOENAED There are twenty-five divisions in the U U z; n O XvI

question of the consecration of Phillip and ddviss ways aad means to bring Florida I bureau, with a combined clerical force ;Z !!: "

Brooks, D.D., as bishop of the diocese to the front at Chicago./ "Orange. To Testify In the Keystone Bank o! 3,053. Of this number 1,046 were 0( o o o da

of Massachusetts, made a favorable report county" he said, "must and shall be rep- Muddle. .' employed in the population division and > 0 Mxis s-; .

resented. She wants her sister counties A Philadelphia dispatch of Saturday, these will bo retained until July 31st, :;) 0( 0IQ"'O

Following are latest New York pros with her." Mayor Palmer was then elected. fay: Postmaster General Wanomaker when the services of at least 000 clerks n, ,S 0 (:

duce prices: Peen-topeaches, $1 to $1.50 chairman and L. J. Dollins, secretary. has been asked to appear before the com' will be dispensed with. Four Write for our New 8O page Catalogue of all kinds of VahlolM.

per crate; peen-to peaches, 8 to 10 cents Speeches were made ely criticisingth mittee of the councils investigating the I weeks later this force will be fur AddreaaSOUTHERN

per quart; Bid well, per quart, 8 to 12 legislature. All the speakers emphatically i affairs of City Treasurer Banlslcy and his then reduced to about 400. The next

cents, In good demand; cucumbers, 60c favored an exhibit. The following connection with the wrecked Keystone important branch of census workis BUGGY CO.

to $1.60 per crate; tomatoes, carrier resolutions were adopted: Resolved, That National bank. The committee conferred the division of farms, homes and CINCINNATI .. OHIO .
,
,crates, fl.60 to $ .50; tonntocs, per state convention be called to meet id with Mayor Stuart and the result of the mortgages. There 637 persons employedon _. .. .. .. .. .-.
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crate, $1 to $2. The prospects are bets Orlando the second Wednesday in October conference was the writing and delivery this work which will very likely be rr,

,*cr. to device ways and means for an exhibit of a letter to the postmaster general ask completed by September 13th next, when

No definite have been taken' from the state of Florida at the fog him to appear before the committee at the clerical force will be reduced to 900.

for building the steps Citrus yet court World's fair in Chicago, her sister counties his earliest convenience and testify as to Under the present appropriation work rr

house at Inverness but it county is to be invited to participate An executive his knowledge of the Keystone bank can then be carried forward until April s.

the question will, be for consideration expectedthat committee of nine to correspondwith affair,. Auditor General McCamant and 1, 1803, but it will be necessary for congress .t .4
up people of other counties and to have John and James Dobson, the bondsmenand to make an additional appropriationto .C t -
at the next of the t
meeting county arks I
commissioners. The people are divided a general oversight of the affairs connected i nssignets: of Bardaley, have also been complete this branch of the work. -

in their sentiments to whether funds : with the convention was elected subpoenaed.BEJrORB. The population division farms and
as
for that purpose should be raised by a follows: Capt. Tom Shine, Mahlon I Ten COMMITTEE. mortgage and printing divisions, and r! 1stft1EEEEtItiEEEBEH :

tax Gore, L. 0. Vaughn, James Irving A of Long be- administration division comprise 22701
the Tuesday
pedal or by bonding county. dispatch says The
the force of remainder
8,008.
Crabbe, Mayor W. L. Palmer J. W. of the present 1111
fore the hour set for tho meeting
When the resolution on the removal of Giles, Nat PoynU, JL Auld, and sub-committee of councils that ia investigating of the force comprises{ 2,274 of tll 2 .}1
the capital came up on its final passage in Judge J. D. Beggs. They are all able the affairs of Treasurer special work of the census, and it is : r S Su

it was defeated by alargemajority and worthy men and alive to the responsibility Bard.ley the select councils ex-City chamber in staetd that this work is sufficiently advanced !
Very little discussion was had decided reductions.
to admit of ,
them. The committee
,placed
upon .
.LARGESTNQW
held was .
which these
on it, the members' as a general thing not will confer with the alliance men and crowded its meetings are Inter Six minor divisions have already been NS tv ,
regarding the proposition to remove the make arrangements for a county to utmost capacity. abolished, and five others havo about completed S i I-KULJW .nl ..

capital in a very serious light. Mr. Burs mass-meeting to take action in the matter. est in been the proceedings intensified of the the promise committeehad of their work. In regard to the K'FOR y ** I / PIANO FACTORIES

ford, however, the following day, managed The necessity of having the co-operation still by in 'connection couditlon of work of the census it is TONET000H : IN ys.E THROUGHOUT
to get a reconsideration of the for of the Farmers' Alliance more startling developments stated that none of the statistical I
was very generally looted
and the ''i
with the bank by .
mer vote, and, much to the surprise of understood. The meeting was large, fact that Postmaster General Wanamakcr quirks will have to be abandoned. The r0 INIS __ s- s ORLn
everybody, the resolution was carried of tho by 1
enthusiastic and composed of the best aggregate population country
bad his to :
through with a three-fifth majority and citizens of Orlando. 'J he feeling is unanimous signified willingness appear to minor civil divisions will have been t
and to
with several votes to spare. This new that the citrus belt at least must before all the the knowledge committee he,had in reference testify to completed, printed and bound in preliminary .

turn has made the matter an issue. be represented at the World's Fair' regardless the bank's When he came form by August tat, next. By

Tho past two weeks in Florida has of expense. No effort will be he at once maungi'mcnt.proceeded to business by that time it is expected SOO pages of the

been crowded full with commencement ..pared to make the convention a successin that he had the volume of the compendium will be ready "
stating as a taxpayer,
exercises all over the state, and children, every sense of the word. It is hoped greatest interest in unraveling the affairs for the printer. By December or January "TEBEE HAUTE NEWPORT,

parents and teachers alike are generally that every county in the state will be of the Keystone bank lie stated that next it is believed that the volume of

pleased with the results of the year of represented that no state interest Suffer. he had prepared and proposed to read a the compendium relating to populationwill

school work; but quite as pleasant, also,' Everybody considers this Florida's statement in answer to all allegations be printed and ready for distribu a

,with the prospect of its cessation during chance. Alabama's state legislature adjourned '\hat have connected his name with tion. It Is expected that all special work ll

the warm months of summer. The without making an appropriaion the Keystone: bank :which was at the with tho exception of vital statistics,

schools and colleges of the state are, as a : The people then arose in their time full end statement agriculture and manufactures, will bo
same a complete
rule, amply provided with experiencedand might and the appearances are that of all his transactions with the bank. As completed 1 and ready for the printer by

proficient teachers, and so many ,are /Alabama's iron, coal, cotton and manufacturing the Postmaster-General had said, tho paper the close of the year.

the excellent schools now to be found In interests will be well reprc4 denial of allegation .
was a categorical every
different parts of Florida that it is not nt d. They organized a joint stock that has been brought against him, A REIGN OF TERROR.

neccssiry to send children north for a us eolation, and the counties and town emphatic and without equivocation. -

thorough education. Thin applies to. the. precincts took stock. This plan was When Mr. Wanamakcr had finished, his Citizens of Port au Prince Massa- I

public schools" of the state as well, the brought forward and discussed generally, many friends in the room and among tho cred by Soldiers. .
-
standard of which is of a high grade, and was favorably considered. committee, pressed forward and shook

And constantly bt tag improved and Thev are l>aw*. him cordially by the hand. The steamer Orange: Nassau! which arrived
raised.A The following bills which have passed at New York Tuesday from Port au
irons: DILLS OF INDICTMENT. Prince the first definite news of
Keuka correspondent writes fol. both houses of the legislature, li ivo received brings
as
lows "There the governor's signature and are The grand jury, Monday afternoon, the late insurrection\ in Ilaytl. The uprising

trees:in this vicinity.are 7,000 The bearing is.largc peach so now laws. There are a largo number yet found eighteen bills of indictment against was of serious tharcter\ud; fora [Talent applied for] ;
crop ,
are the rates. The rate to Palatka awaiting the governor1 signature whichwe ex-City Treasurer John Bardslcy, charging time threatened important consequences, This I*one of the mot convenient pleaaure and bUlID..I vhlol forth*In wyr,
express will next week him with appropriating to his own but the government repressed the rebel. "linen man or farmer on earth. Owing to the oouatrnotion body
is about 8 cents per quart; to New York publish : is 44 4. the time very <".rat ,$2.40 a bushel. This is as much as the An act to supply deflcienccs in the appropriations use city and state lands. Bardnley: lion by prompt and stern measures. The very..m..(4 pt.a."r..r, fctu<"... *."..,. et c !*. _rfc.,.

New Yorkers should for them. There for the :years 1880 and 1800. now in prison in default of $50,000 bail insurrectionists stormed the prison at A WRITTIN GUARANTEE GIVEN ON EACH VEHIOLE.to .

is : in pay if the An act relating to tho i itsuinir of subpoenas to answer the charge of embezzlement of Port au Prince, and a number of priiou- 1'11I cud's out '1kII4. one..1\\Wt4 Of INoW II on mvn With I'roeI. gnti'W..w.
money peaches grower can and other ia $39,000. Eighteen bills of indictment ers were released, when tho military appeared '
causes
net $1 per bushel. For a few shipments processes were found on that number of specific on the scene and captured the TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE AND BUDDY CO., Terre HautOciINCINNA
of FUmda is
where the state a
they net $2 to $4 per bushel, but when party. heads of .u__ 1i!
three diF
under separate whole
An act to continue the rights, privileges chargers party.
the supply heavey prices slump off to "
franchises and of "money loaned by a public officer, "de ADDITIONAL FAKTICULAnS.
.CO cents and $1, after paying express the Carabella, powers,, Tallahassee and grants Georgia riving gain from the deposit of public For the last two or three weeks there
rates and sometimes the takes
express Railroad money," and "converting public moneyto have been rumors that a revolution
all and the furnishes and company.An
crates., Unless grower peaches the act to revoke, and abolish the pres. his own use. by investment." against President HI polite was imminent '
they get a change 1
IIIutof
at Port au Prince, the capital, and ,
of the of
ent municipal government city
peach trees will be cut down or the fruit
in certain and to OF THE RAIL. these having reached the cars of the chief
cent to the canning factory, which is Gainesville! respects, HORRORS .
of about
executive he caused the arrest
running just now with all the force, it reorganize a city government thertfor. ,
them
the location of the eighty suspected persons, and put
An net to legalize Death and Disaster Result from
can get.
county seat of Dade county, Fla. in irons in friion. Among the suspected
Wboop It tiP. Railroad Wrecks.A .
who hearing ho was
the was ,
authorize
An act to county com
The Tima-Union, commenting on theWorld's missioners of the county of Dado to dispatch from Parnoua. Kansas, says: "wanted," hid himself. Failing to secure 'ts

Fair meeting in Orlando, says: make a new division of the said county Tho most disastrous wreck that ever the general himself, his wife was

"Orlando has certainly won the title of into commissioners' districts. occurred on the Missouri, Kansas and taken Instead, and thrown Into J'atOntStl'oltei
the most progressive city in Florida by county between Savannah Christi Thursday
Texas took place Tuesday prison. Corpus ,
amend section 2 of act
An act to an approved
the action which her citizens took yesterday holi.
and Frink. Three men were May 28th, was tho national
looking to the participation of Florida February 28, 1883, entitled "an burned to a crisp and six injured, some day and it was reported that on Is the machine that a
mode 1
in the great Columbian exposition of act to prescribe a houses whereby and counties other- of them, It is thought, fatally. Two that date Hyppolite! ia order to effectually I THIS

1802 and 1803.!! This matter was one of may erect" court engines were totally demolished, and the terrify the populace, had ordered a i MILES' I used in the Office, I,

the most important which was brought buildings.An act to the treasurer wreck took fire aud thirty cars burned. Gatling gun to be taken down to the i CINCINNATI Shop: and Court-room'and for reporting i '
governor
before the legislature--and it was the one empower be
The cause of the wreck was that two prison and the eighty prisoners to ,
which received the least consideration at and comptroller to borrow money freight trains were ordered to pass at summarily executed. The friends of tho Quickest." lectures and sermons. AWhile itr .

its hands and aroused the least interest. for state purpoaes. Frink. One of them arrival at tbe station whom was General Compartment and Pullman Palace

The state legislators refused to appropriate An act 10 continue the rights privilege ahead of the other; and the engineer Sully prisoners met, among in council, and while the Bleeping Cars through without change. Its speed 1 II greater than any 4

dollar for Florida' participation in powers, frauchtae and grants of making direct connection known method It is
other
*
a seeing a train on a sidetrack, supposed it president was in tbe cathedral so simple ,
this great event. But Orlando has the tuwanec and Gulf railroad company, he had orders to and the doors anti free Ia CENTRAL LOUIS that 'gal
extend the time for the completion was tho train pass, forced open prison DEPOT for UNST any intelligent person can ; a
and to
taken the lead and for whatever grows ordeis. all the about 230 in alL Then, .
for
did
not stop prisoner! speed of loo or more words per minute -
of the same. And the WEST:: and with Through carlines
of the movement inaugurated by her ,
out
be An act to amend section 4 and section STILL ANOTHER. by order of the president began; a aeries for in five or six weeks; without the i.l a
citizens, 'the phenomenal city" must A St. Joseph, ,Io., dispatch says: A of assas,inations, perhaps unequaled in I
entitled ". act to incorporate and aid of Inotruetor.. Circular and ,
greater show of the credit than 8 of an act .n r an
given tbe civilIzation and to heNORTHWEST
Florida and Alabama liail- serious wreck occurred on Burling. the annals H I C AGO '
the West testimonials sent to all who mention
individual
town
any other city, county or ton and Missouri railroad directly across which the massacre of St. IHr- .
. can claim. Now let every section of road company" approved May 80, 1889.: the river from the water works pump tholomew sinks into insignificance. aUo with through car I I I this paper.
An act to authorize the sale of real estate line. for DEIROI
with Orlando. Thereis
the state in detail all
co-operate
house early TueldaYlDorolng. Just as a It is impossible to enumerate
no time to be lost. To make this belonging to foreign lunatics.An passenger train was passing under tho tbe murder that have been perpetratedunder BUFFALO and ? a E. T. PIERCE, FAYETTE, OHIO,
the relief of con and the East.Ouly ,
act for
October gathering what it should be, a persons of Is estimated
loft at that point an immense mass the color of law. It
fined in insane asylurrj in the state of ouo change of cars Solo Agent for U. S. and Canada
vast amount of talking and persuading down the at beat
28th to 31st
dirt and rock came crashing that from May May
has to be done. The best men in Florida, by placing the inmates of insane _'n .__._u
and
got bank, striking the locomotive and fifty persons have been put to death, NEW ORLEANS
of the
under the {
Meridian
the state have got to do it, too, but asylums protection steer car, knocking them oil the track the figures are placed as high as 100. No ,

, everybody can lend a helping hand. laws by securing. to them their postal and completely wrecking both. Tho engineer one can say how long this tate of affairs Jackson, Yickkbuw AND, Points TILEwInHT.la ,1

.
From this time on let every man, woman rights.JLU. the relief of William II. and fireman were both seriously wiil last, or what the result will be, nor TEXAS -
act for I ,
and child in Florida-and especially injured. The engineer is thought to be can any one who has not been an eyewitness

every ne1spal'Mrout: for this Dewworld'a Bigham, sheriff in and for the county of fatally hurt. The reservoirs. !of the waterworks of _the scenes of horror enacted, Passenger via this line are afforded an THE TRAVELERS, ;
Mountain and
Levy excellent view of Lookout
fair project. which above have idea of the terrified conditionof
act for the relief of imprisoned company, are directly any Jacksonville Florida.
An persons
TbcTobaeee Iad.arrr.Florida for the non-payment of fines the landslide, are in great danger of cols the people of Port au Prince. surrounding Historic Scenery ,
has amount of fine to.
: a great -
lapsing. -
bacco land,' especially in the western ., and costs of of the court court imposed of this state by sentence, TO RAISE FUNDS a C. RAY, B. E. Pass. Agt., Atlanta -
of
portion of the state, but it is only within any THREATENED. da. The Traveler, corner Bay and Cedar
AN OUTBREAK ,
the last few years that the planters have I An act to prohibit into officers contract from biddingfor which .....-- For a Memorial to Davis, Lee D. J. MULLANEY JIv. Pa s. Agt., street, Jacksonville, 1<'1.. A new brick
awakened to the fact that there is more or entering any hotel, Bearcat to all railroad stations and
and Jackson.The .
the'lre or may be interested in the letting Plans on Foot to Overthrow the Chattanooga.D.
money in tobacco than in cotton. The O. EDWARDS 0, P. &; T. A., steamboat landings. Especially adapted
for tke Charleston S. C. issues ,
of the late census bureau says that of and prescribing a penalty Guatemalan Government.A college of to traniiedt butluei. Elegantly fur-
Invites +
report there has been, within the past decade a same. dispatah of Saturday from tbe City a circular in which it earnestly CINCINNATI, 0. 'nl hed rooms, iDge! or en suite.! Table
act regulating appeals from municipal the of all southern colleges '
An co-operation the beat. This hotel was built, f
remarkable increase in the production of Mexico that advices have been THE at good as
most and recorders' courts in this state. says in the of association to raise t
of tobacco in Florida, the numberof received from the city of Guatemala to forming an furnished sad operated u a $3.00 a day
An act for the preservation of wild funds to be applied to the erection of a house rates are DOW reduced to $3.00 a ,
having increased from 21,000to the effect that secret meeting are being ;
pounds 600,000. Northern capital has poured deer, birds and other game. held in Atlas or upper districts of Guatemala monument to perpetuate the fame sod NEW LEVER SAFETY day, while the service lit better than ever
An act to amend an act entitled "an which memory of Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Breakfast from 0 to 0; lunch from 11:30
have purchased at revolutionary plans are
state syndicates ,
the
into .
lands to the Western Railway Lee Stonewall Jackson and the confederate fl:30 to 7:30. This
bodies of what was supposed to be act to grant being formulated for the overthrow of to 2:30: ; dinner from
large Florida to aid the dead in general. Ia order to arrange > la Jacksonville serving
factories Company of in construction the Rarrillos government These meetings 1* the only hotel :
land are
worthless springing up i of a railroad from a point at the some definite mode of proceedurr, regular meals: at thee hours. All others
attended of tho most
of seems to I by some
and a general era prosperity are
of the railroad it b that convention of aouth- hour liter Ue tUt'raYllen'
western terminus constructed proposed a are at leant one
between and
be setting in. The country lying I and prominent resident, speeches are be held in the tlc'eta.. nIlotl
Cove universities and omnibus "
Green
and Tallahassee is about by the Spring made urging separation. Borne of the era colleges/ ;
Quincy Melrose railroad company to Melrose, Charleston, at such time during the coating each way.BURTON.
the finest in the state for this purpose small garrison. at various towns are J
branches to Starke and Hawthorne. fall u be found most expedientand I
with '
It U a rich, sandy soil, resting on a ready to Join the separation, and may K.
interstate BARR3
the and that
resolution convenient an
A joint accepting appropriation ,
clay subsoil and is sufficiently free, many rich coffee planter are ready to of Fr
and trusts of the act of con- oratorical contest be made a feature
from limo and surface clay. The tobacco recede: and furnish money to erect a new 10 Proprietor. ,
and sells for grot entitled an "act to credit and pay declare the proposed convention, each institution
grown is the Uavana variety, republic. The people openly
to the several state and territori es and being represented by ODe contestantEvery _._ __ __ _
good prices, frequently bringing from 60 they will no longer endure Banillos'despotism .... u
II i
fHlsNaCYrsearvtcONtY$1e
of Columbia all cots southern university and college 11 -. -.
District + _
\ the moneys
75 cents in the leaf. The and an early outbreak it cxCOMMISSION' '
to per pound lected under the direct tax levied by the earnestly requested to send a representstion J". """,. OUR NEW IMPROVED SINGER
made however rather inferior
cigars are, pected. .Oed
to the Cuban but that will doubtless be act. of congress approved August- 3, 1881. to the convention, whether such The PERFECTION of SIMPLICITYand 0WlLLEE&sVCQ
MWD
in fuU satisfaction of the claim of the I delegation takes part in the contest or ECONOMY of POWER. << ,.
remedied as improved methods of fer OF INQUIRY Z at '"
state of Florida tberefor, and to authorize not :!! .,
tilization are better understood and more ___ jvo oirAiSrHJ. N() OIlAIIM. &
claimants under
generally practiced. The large profits the governor to pay I Ii i Appointed to Investigate the Specie Movement. Jl % x 1yJ

made by the few who first undertook tobacco said act. J .... VARIABLE STROKE. onlytwO..t.of
for the relief of Francis F. Conduct of Rev. Newton.A .
An act Bearings.Beat # I
cultivation in Florida since thewar of New Revolving i aaI
I
for the of Exports of specie from the port all around !;
baa caused almost revolution in the Seville, ex-treuurer county New York dispatch of Saturday 8,91'12. Hill Climbing and =
aq
of FloridLAD York last week amounted to made.C..TUQGUl2 f. II 1'1 crW :
in the state and the Polk and state says It is stated upon pretty good and Safety -
planting
crop the leaving of of which $8,414,833 was gold "10
to that the
that act prohibit open authority commission of Inquiry and I z
growers are now so numerous steps All the ailnr 9tt,IC.
,
pits outside of inclosures. to investigate the charges of uocaaonical $360.877 silver. Q
are being taken to organize a tobacco to I*"*" aDd -
went
the of $5M,8W in gold --- .. .tbEITS
association to build warehouats An act to legalize incorporation conduct brought against Her. lieber and 164.833saiaU Ie !!!
,
in growing order to concentrate their crop make the town of Orange Park in the county Newton, tbe rector of All Pool church, gold w in to Part loU to South H. B. SMITH MACHINE CO. I CURED. r':' ,;;J
of Clay and to declare the incorporation have been Potter ship JOTT Z.
them more accessible to buyers and obtain appointed by Bishop of sperb a tAKCI TRUt ,
,
&
a uniformity in packing &*d hand of town of Orange Park valid and in full aed will consist of Rev. Dr. fchlpman, American the week amounted Imports to ''78Ul, SMITHVILLE, _. O").,.CHWJ.:! ..........
force and effect of Christ church Rer. Dr. peters of 8t.Micbaer. during sit taiaead/.a",fees,.

ling. H.rU at Ue WerU'Fair An act to amend and act entitled "an ., Btoomiagdale, and Rer. Mr. which flt, 60 wai gold and $3,781 N. J. I liitt iQ?3d00 j jrf

A few days ago, at Orlando, Major WsssiiriTstii act to provide for the appoinment of a Butler, of the Church of ]:plpbuy.beaw vet ,





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;; ,. 4 TilE EAST COAST AD'VOCATE' FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1891.
-.-.
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the Is sands of tourists and settlers whd JAMES PHrrcnAiiD, President; W. B. BARNETT, Vice-Presidents;
THE Public ftpirit that the promptly remit amount.
says W. M.BROWN, Cashier.
-} THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE 4- amount of work done by the legistloture this not a case of obtaining a deed will visit the State fts time rolls on.

which has Just adjourned, under false pretenses? ,There are STATE
A WKKI.T JOtJMHil.OrTH DEVOTED IKDTAII:RIVEB TO THB AKD DEVIL.OFMECT "was large, and was well done." lots of people in the county, to A NEW COUNTY PAMPHLET. INDIAN RIVER BANK

tAECWOKTa RECTIOSS. We would like to know of one meritorious whom we would send a deed, upon )
measure to the credit of their assurance that they would The Public pint hits the nail square (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

the last legislature, and we give it send the purchase money upon receiving on the head when it says that the money. Authorized
Avenue, Titusville,, I capital $1 00,000
Office: Washington appropriated by the County Commissioners -
as our honest opinion that their the document, and one
Indian River,.Florida. for publishing the Brevard county :: Paid up capital, '$25,000Average
the de would the
retard that
acts will do more to naturally suppose pamphlet wan a wine expenditure. The -
,- velopment of the State than a visitation word of the State of Florida, as statement is not a mere opinion, but is deposits, $140,000

PUBLISHED: EVERY FRIDAY of yellow Jack. With an pledged by its Comptroller, mightbe a matter of proof. The cost of this effective

other epidemic and a legislaturetwo relied upon. What would we advertising medium was very Transacts a General
small and there of people Bankiij
are scores ,
years hence with no more Intelligence think of a private individual who who have become permanent residents of

entered at the Tltnurllle Matter.Pontofflce M Second- than that possessed by promised to pay for a deed upon its the Indian River section during the past : Business.

Class Mall the one which has just adjourned, delivery, who would ask for an extension few years, who nil rise up and testify
Florida's wouldbe of the time of for that they were Influenced to come and
bright prospects payment this incomparably lovely and sal- Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rim
TERMS rwrarably In Advance blighted so badly that it would two years. And yet, the State has Inspect ubrious section by reading a Brevard -

take for a revival of done worse-it calmly announcesits Our exhibit at the DIRECTORS
Bv Check, :costal Order, nr One and Two Cent many years county pamphlet.
Postage Stamps prosperity to occur. inability to keep its promise for Sub-Tropical was an expensive affair 'JAM.rITCRARDW.B.AASRETr(1'neiIM
and have heard one as- of the National Bank of Jacksonville, J,B.
at least two This is we never yet any
year .'1.0 years. a sam -k DCRKEB (Vice-FreMdent National Bank
xMonths ... ..1.lnoThroe sert that they were induced to make Jacksonville W. B. GRAHAM of
W Months,....N.1............................. JOIIIItle WE are not at liberty to give ple of the well-done-thou-good-and- their home in Brevard county, as a re- BROWS. ) and W. X.
Cop,.............."............:........lieIIIDt to the details at this time I faithful-servant sort of work sult of what they saw of our exhibits at COnRE8PoBJntNT8.
to any Addreuln U. 8.or Canada,'repaid. publicity which the legislature of farmers Jacksonville and Ocala; while, on the Seaboard National Bank of New York ud
but a manufacturing and industrial National Bank of Jacksonville.
have given us. other hand, we can name at least a doz- :20
Bdltor........--. WALTER GBAHAH.. enterprise has been organizedin en people of whom we have personal TITUSVILLE, FLA.
....C. H.WALTO.r.Fe ( Titusville, during the past few knowledge, who were Induced to come
Associate-Editor&; Manager,
I weeks. The erection of large buildings IT has been rumored that the here and verify the description of our
of the TimesUnionis climate and productions, as contained in
and other improvements will management
A. M.Indian be begun within a month. The about to change hands, and it the than county satisfied pamphlet after careful, who were inspection more, T. MURPHY

promoters are responsible men. is claimed that Benjamin Harrison, and decided to make their homes withus. ,
River Lodge, No. 00, Free and The enterprise has passed the stage of the late daily Floridian, of Tallahassee The last edition of this 'valuable
Accepted Masons, hold their meetingson will be editor and CharlesW. pamphlet is exhausted, and we believe
of "talk it has down to '
before Full Moon, ; got a
the FBIDAT-on or that instead of being persuaded to try
at 730 p. m.. in Masonic Hall, in the Indian business basis, and by the employment DaCosta will have charge of the some new, untried and more expensive Jacksonville Machine
River State .Bank building, Titus- of a hundred hands, at good business department. We doubt method of advertising our section, the

_ yUle. wages, will do more for the permanent whether there is a man in Florida County Commissioners would act wiselyif
Visiting brethren are cordially Invited of Titusville thana better calculated to make a financial they took immediate steps to have
prosperity
to attend. printed another large edition of county And Iron forks
success'of the establishmentthan
WALTER S. GRAHAM,W. M. dozen new hotels or steamboat pamphlets. Those formerly issued were

JOSEPH: MENDELL, Secrety. lines. DaCosta!_but the.,gentlemanwno very effective, but they could be made
-- now presides,over the editorial more so in future, if the task of prepar-
Farewell the Flag. THE assembly of agriculturalistsfixed department is the right man in the ing the matter and soliciting advertisements
PUMPS ENGINES AND MACHINERY OF ALL
hands. KINDS
was placed in skillful Our
the pay of the stenographerand right place. Every fair-minded county has developed wonderfully in the ,

BBDIOATID TO TIT* COSFTDEBATR. VKTEHAKS private secretary of the Governor man who will recall the conduct ofF past few years. The pineapple industry Made and
Or HMtVARD COeaT4.Iwrltten at $450 per year. Think of W. Hawthorne during the dark should be ably and fully treated in the Repaired.

expressly for the ADVOCATE. the magnificence of such a salary 1 days of the epidemic, when the ed- new pamphlet. Two years ago we could

$37 per month, or $L25 per day. itorrin-chef fell in harness, and we tell can of what now might give the be done facts in of this what line-hat CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS PIPING & SUCTION

-'lIunn hath set 1In fluff anil Brave ship flag, -farwellt' Surely there will not be many applicants how the present editor stood at his been and is being done. The opportunities ,

And though with moistened eye and quivering for the position at that post, day in and day out, will agree for establishing profitable manufac- For Phosphate nrec1a :ing.

lip, Let us oonfess,'till well price. We might afford a stenographer with us. Hawthorne has been the turing enterprises in this section should
and before the and private ourselves undeserved of venimous receive prominent attention. The dally
rroodly lovingly admlrlbg secretary target market quotations of the marketsof OFFICE & WORKS:
orange
We world spread our banner to the rising mm I if they only cost $t.U per day Jealousy-mainly because of his New York, Philadelphia and Boston,
Bully Weary and and lovinglyHU wounded riven when fold the day we wa done, What is the use of spending money heroic fidelity to Senator Call, and as given in the Ttmtt-l'nion of last win- t 134 & t 136, East Bay Street Jacksonville Fla
root. for education ter, should be tabulated and summar- ,
And laid It by to an or studying a profession on account of his northern nativity
And an these long that our wounds have if ized. Those market quotations, as they SJun-Omo
yean one can only command a ; It is a narrow-minded spirit
been healing, appeared from day to day, were the best
With .low-growing strength came the sure- salary on a par with common negro -I that cannot recognize merit because possible advertisements for the Indian E. G. BLAIR. D. B. THRASHER.
growing:feeling 'That God knew best I labor. The farmers evidently I it happens to hail from north River section. Intending investors in .

'lTatnever .lighted consider the pay of a farm laboreras of Mason & Dixon's line. It was orange grove property want to come to

On a people disunite Jlut weakness,and unrest. true criterion in fixing the pay the sterling democracy of New dollar the place a box where premium the orange is raised.that brings a Blair & Thrasher

Otrr former hopes,once fondly cherished. of State officials. They may be York that elected Samuel Tilden, There are numerous other peculiar ad- ,
I. With calmer thought Back, have to fled the an.llerlobe.l.nation's breast, correct in their ideas, but it has and later placed Cleveland in the vantages on Indian River which do not

Returning,her old flag we li.U, I been our observation that poor pay presidential chair, by an election exist elsewhere in Florida, which shouldbe PRODUCE :eaOKEBSCommission :
And own 'twas beet it should prevail prominently treated in the next pam-
will not which
secure satisfactory services required over one hundred
And true It. ,
allegiance yield
phlet. It Is a waste of to tell of
paper
Under its stars and stripe we stand. either in a public or private capac- thousand honest voters of the Empire those conditions which are .common to & Merchants
And ourselves with upraised ban.l.I"Jnm Distributing
pledge
Ity. State their senti- the whole I It
every foe to shield It to emphasize State. We should dwell on ,
,Our ,Buenos with drooping head, and earth-turned A LAW firm in Titusville, to whoma democracy will suffer nothing by suits which are peculiar to this section. 153 t WEST BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
eye A new edition should be ready for ,
Bent down ashamed and lowly iWe down-river property owner applied comparison with that of southern
distribution early next fall, and In order P. O. Box, 761.
will not wrong onr glorious dead for a loan last week, replied birth. True is tnat time
Who for that banner fought and bled democracy not con ample may be allowed for pre-
'By owning that Its fold were spreadOver that they would have to desist from fined to any one section of our paration and revision of the matter com-
a cause unholy making loans until they were fully posing Its contents, the County Commis- ORANGES AND PINEAPPLESA
republic.
great
wo?Not If we were Justified sioners should take early action.Malabar. .
lit posted as to the provisions of the .
wrong or right were on our side \ ,SPECIALTY.
A calmer age will tell, law. The '
new is
applicant
.Rnt ever with mournful Our pride breast will swell, evidently usury not in, sympathy with the PROGRESS IS THE WATCHWORD Consignments of all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables, and Produce Solicited.! ',-

Of Aa how we relate that banner the thrilling waved story with,glory views of the last legislature, for he LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE.: PROMPT RETURNS.,
Until at last,shot-torn and gory, writes as follows "Your favor Mr. .
: of II. C. Starck arrived here last
References: National Bank of the
State of Florida
W. II.
It drooped and fell. ; Sharpe, Sharpeaj T. V.'
men.In the gladness of restored communion the 9th inst.at hand and noted, and Of to-day, throughout the whole night from the Keys. Moore, Eden; Wells & Sons, Plant City, etc. 12junTItTO.
Mailing the greatness of the gtowlngi Union in reply I do not wish
you to run Mr. F. M. Forest has just finished setting
'iWe'U lay past hatreds to eternal rest State of Florida. In the middle
And own'tis well- any risk, and as I am willing to ont two thousand pines.As .

HENRY: And B. ARCHIBALD Uod knew best., pay ten per cent.; I think it couldbe and western, timber, farming portions and the tobacco phosphate the school here will close in two :: F LEN. 9.G: IAN: ,

'formerly of Confederate Atvamer-Wando." satisfactorily arranged by make industries in of weeks, the scholars are trying very hardto
are a state wonder. learn. '
ing the note draw
Tux: perseverance of the members with two per ;cent. computed legal interest and, ful activity: and development. In We are having a great deal of rain, but WHOLESALE GROCER

of the TUusville Brass ;Hand added in the principal By this the interior and western portionsof will not complain, as it is better than ,
South Florida, fruit growing, artesian wells.
is evidenced In the theyare means I see no risk on
progress your part,
'making. Those of ()(citizens; and no injustice to me, as I am vegetable farming and phosphate Mr. F. M. Forest will make his first Flour Tobacco and Fancy Butter

Who'have not heard them at their willing to pay ten per ent" Another industry are assuming undreamedof shipment of pineapples this week.A Specialties,

practice will be surprised at their disappointed applicant for a magnitude, while the East merry crowd sailed from Turkey
Coast, with its peculiar advantages Creek last Saturday, route for Melbourne
en
proficiency, at the coming fourth loan writes that he don't see what
maintains a leading part in the Beach where they had a nice SArTF'O1ZD FLA.
of July celebration right the State has got to say what and time. In spite of the Inclemency. the ,
he shall pay, as he needs the money general development, occupiesa weather.. -- ---

"Wi are getting along to midsummer and is prominent position in the pro.
perfectly willing to
and pay cession. We are gettingmore than The Meeting at Masonic BUTTER &; CHEESE in Cold '
yet can scarcely recall a ten per cent. We are under the Hall, Storage.
share of the
our whdare
.Ingle day-certainly not a nSght impression that the new law provides home immigrants, Held yesterday afternoon, in pursue
for
When the temperature has been op- against the very method of, seeking a where the ance of a call by Capt. Paddison, for the The Only Cold Storage In South Florida. Correspondence respectfully
blizzard is uaknown, and where an purpose of raising a subscription for the ,
pressive. Florida
or at least the evasion suggested by the first
ap
out-door life may be indulged in Jefferson Davis Monument Fund, was a solicited.
Jfoit' Coast, is an excellent place, plicant. The second applicant is 'without jeopardizing: health. pronounced success. About $t0 was
to live ail the ,year 'round. We a prominent member of the Alliance subscribed by those present. The subscription
have visited localities known as and will probably advise his Our famous orange, our pineapple committee was continued for CONTRACTS TOBACCOS SOAPS & PEARLINE
so luscious and fragrant and thirty days to solicit
rammer reports, less worthy the brethren to slow at law subscriptions from ,
go making 29my-3m
,
the
our succulent vegetables,but above county at large. Subscriptionsshould
Blver.name than many points on Indian on financial matters in future. all, our incomparable climate, are be sent to Mr. George B. Rumph,
Treasurer. After the
meeting adjourned
the attractions. Numerous

A DOZEN of.our citizens have de- THE 'State; of Florida has a law industries are now being developed incipient, organized a camp, and of Confederate it was decided Veterans to invite was EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.

termined to take: up homesteads in which provides that when land is which, in a few years, will becomeof. applications for membership from veterans

the beautiful region about Biscayne sold for :taxes by mistake, the pur. even greater importance than throughout the county.Mr. .

Bay. This marks a new chapter in chaser at tax sale can get his money those pursuits upon which our pea Gun Suell, who has been In the Ma..

the development of the East Coast.. back by executing a quit claim pIe rely at present for their In. northern part of the State during the

The settlement of a dozen. families' deed to the State. One of our citizens comes. The fishing industry can past month or so, returned to Eau Gallie' .
in a new settlement, at one time,i had a tax title of this kind, be so developed that we can supplyour to-day.

means something. Human beings and a short time ago wrote the sister States with sea food

are like sheep, and the dozen men Comptroller that he was ready to from our inland waters and the Conductor Hill, well known In this

who took the train for Gainesville make a quit claim to the State,upon convenient ocean, while the climate town, and only recently married, died at

last Monday for the purpose of en. having his money refunded. A with which this section is blessed Jacksonville, Monday, of Intermittent

terlng land near Miami, will have a reply from the Honorable Comp. will become a sanitarium for the fever. Schedule In effect June 15. 1891.

hundred followers within the next troller was received in due course i invalids of the nation. Thousands -Mr. Fred. Valentine, ,of Tillman, Steamer J. W. Sweeney leaves Melbourne Mondays and Thursdays at 5 a.m.
twelve months. of mail elating that if the deed was 'of men and women may be foundIn returned here Sunday afternoon from Rockledge Returning, at 8 a. m.;Titusville, at 12 m., and arrives at New Smyrna at 6 1'- m.

sent to Tallahassee the hit trip to St Augustine lie started at 11 1rleaJNeW.SoIIlyrn4 Tuesday and Fridays .t. m.; Titusville -
purchase every large city of the Union, a.m.; Rockledge, 330 p. m., and arrive at Melbourne at 6
THE light frost of last March, money would be forthcoming. The looking about for a haven of rest homewards Monday.J. B. P. PADDISON, G. y p. m.

which, it wu feared had injuredthe deed was accordingly executed, re- to spend their declining years, and S. Watson & Co. have always on General Manager. > PADDISON G. F. tit P. A..

pineapple crop, now turns out corded and delivered. A letter was to husband the little vitality which hand a fall line of the best fertilizers -
was a blessing in The then 'received remains Just as sure as hot weather
disguise. acknowledging re. in their enervated frames, comes
made lot of
cotton
; new seed meal, and -Mr. Tom
Mitchell of Indianola has
product of the usual that of the deed and after the there will be more or less bowel ,
season, ceipt conveying race and turmoil of a busy soft phO/lphate-home production-just complaint I I I been in town a day
i. during the months of June and the information that there were no life are over; and where can received. 18'3 in this vicinity. Every person, or so this week.

July, may not be up to the average, funds on hand for the payment of such rest be found as that which I Miss and especially families, ought to have Range of Temperature
but this Is offset by the fact that amount due, but that the amount comes from a home by the ocean, BeUe Carter and Mrs. Mea- some reliable medicine at hand for .Instant la Tttanw.
chem who have been
a large percentage of the plants would be sent as soon as the legislature swept by the southern breeze, and stopping In town use In case it Is needed. A 25 or For the week
for some months past, started for Baltimore 50 ending last night,June
cent bottle of
which Chamberlain'
were slightly injured by the made an appropriation. A warmed by the tropical sun. Other On Wednesday. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy U Colic i.t, 18, 1801, as compared with that of the
late
cold have entirely recovered few days_ago our friend, knowing portions of the State may offer opportunities what you ought to have and all that you corresponding week In 1800. Recordedat
and are now beginning to bloom. that the legislature had adjourned for the investment of Notice to Debtors and Creditors. wouldemusrcases. the most severe the U. S. Signal office Titusville.

The fruit of the present bloom will wrote to the Comptroller, remind. capital equal if not superior to CREDITORS: legate and persons en- It is the best, the 1800.
mature in September and October, Ing him of his promise to remit. those we claim, in mining and manufacturing ALL to dirtribattun oat of the MU.U of most reliable and most successful treatment Day Max. .1 un. 1891.
Frank Min.
B.Baekctt doceaMd,an hereby nutind known and is pleasant to Max. Mir
at which time the lucky shippers Now comes the answer that the' enterprises, but the well to present their claims and demand to the for sale by Dixon & Gray. n-n take. U 84 72 82 T3

will realize fancy prices. It is estimated legislature did not pass an appro. deserved fame of our, fruits, and I ndenlgned la two)em,or cote thl executrix* Motloe will of a&id..tate be pleaded,with-in 13 00 70. 88 73
that pineapple shipments prlatlon for the purpose, but that the salubrious character of the bar of ueh e &.&. All person owing said es 14 '85 69 89 75
will continue It is believed the tate with are the hereby...... required to settle their accounts Picture, 4 for 5 0cts. at Woodward1! U 88 09 f,1!
comparatively heavy ; legislature of two environment of the south-east .rol&il.Pl'OBlptl1,or suit will be Id 87 70 63
until the orange crop begins tomove. years hence will remedy the matter coast will remain unrivaled and Instituted tee their cuueetiou TBUTHA. BACKBIT. tent, TUiuvffle. Picture of a whole 17 88 72 83 00 00
which Bole ExeentrU of the last will and family for Met*. Also fine collection of 18 88
at time the State will extremely magnetic to the thou. ''of Frank it. testament 73 00 70
SacJM,deceased J1I"6C" Florida views for aale. 8tt
J. E. LASOCETTE, Observer.



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t... THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE FRIDAY JUNE 19, 1891. 5




TROPICHOUSE, IF YOU ARE HOT, WE CAN COOL YOU' V ,' : '






Xk.e -Worth.OPEN' i With a Refrigerator, Zee Cream Freezer, Cooler, Etc., r



ALL TilE-TEAR ROUND. At the same time Protect Yon from Mosquitoes! with Screen Wire, green & galvanized ; Window & Door Frame


Special Low Rates for Summer Guests.

F. T. BUDGE, Titusville, Fin.twelve .


J. G. McDONEL '

22my3m Proprietor. and planed.feet, with It makes the lumber a very neat all sawed fence, THE COTTEN HOUSE II. R. OLMSTEAD, INDIAN RIVER LUMBER CO ,i

Indeed, and is warranted to keep out ,
chickens The Pioneer Dealer in
or anything elm, and for this t (SUMMER RESORT,) ,
Correspondence. reason we advise our neighbors to visit

Mr. James Brown's to see It. It is avery Sewanee Tenn. GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Incorporated, Feb. 28, 1891.
,
creditable piece of work to all who

We do'not hold. ourtchet retpontlk for worked upon It. Mr. Brown Is soon going Eau Gallie. R. RANSON, Manager. 'M. wa
,
the Opinion to put a fine gate, made by :
of our corrtgpondent up very UNDER MRS. : ;
that well-known carpenter, Mr. Higgins, MANAGEMENT OF I keep In Stock a Choice variety of TITUSVILLE FLA. :

of Merritt. JOE II. SMITH, OF JACKONVILLE.NOW '
_
The Down River Mall. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, .., I,
For Sale. CROCKERY, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC COMPLETE STOCK OF ', ': s

Two pairs thoroughbred "full regis- OPEN. Apply for Terms. And will Sell as Low as the Lowest. je
AVERILL FLA. June 11 1801. MOULDINGS ;
DRlIIIUR, ,
tered" Essex pigs; Peters' stock, Decatur Call and examine my Stock. 18 ,

East Co
The ''.'Old Timer," of Eden, has expressed Hon. W. V. Lucas, Ex-State Auditorof Outfits. J. :E. ENDER & CO. LATH, SHINGI.KS, FAn TOOLS, : "" : -.. r
,
the sentiments of all Indian Rlv-
erites excepting possibly, those at Eau Iowa, says, "I have used Chamber Refer to Capt. Joe Smith, Titusville. WLLtohmatilloraARD: BRACKETS, PICKETS, SASH, DOORS, '; j

Gallic. It would be difficult to arrangea 1 lain's Cough Remedy in my family and BjunSino., HOUSE:, BOAT SKIFF I-VMBr.it, Nunsunr Scr-rUBS: ,

better schedule than that proposed, so have no hesitation in saying It is an ex- BnicK, LIME CEMENT Finc-Itnicx Urn.DKns1 HAIIIWAHK.
MANUFACTURING JEWELERS ,
long the mail is carried
as by steamboats. cellent I believe all that Is {
remedy.
W H GLEASON & CO R' Vn
"Old Timer" has "started the ball roll- Titusvillo, Fla. HOUSES FRAMED TO ORDER.
claimed for It Persons afflicted by a ,
ing" in the right direction, but he oughtto ,
IIARRISON '
BROTHERS' MIXED PAINTS
give It another kick by preparing a cough or cold will find it friend. There ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES. Repairing of Fine and Complicated unequalled for beauty And lasting.

petition, embodying his printed suggestions ; Is no danger from whooping cough when Watches; setting of Diamonds. and other qualities. Color Cards and prices on application. .

for a daily mall from Titusville to this remedy Is freely given. 50 cent bottles Precious Stones. _Agency for the nA!rnin: (_ r>" the_beW.-, .... '_Engine. .made.. ___ .
Lake Worth, by the following routes:- TITLES TO SPANISII GRANTS EX- Alligator and ling Tusks Carved and ---
for sale Dixon & 1Farmers' s
Titusville to Rock Ledge Rock Ledge by Gray. I
; Mounted for cane-hood*, brooches, etc. Professional Cards.
to Malabar; Malabar to Fort Pierce; AMINED AND PERFECTED. Shell Jewelry made. J. 1M. Sanders -
Fort Pierce to Jupiter Jupiter to Hy- Alliance Resolutions.At ,
In S. II. Ray now building, opposite
poluxo.* Then let "Old Timer" send ,a Abstracts Furnished and Re-Surveys comer from Powtofflce. HKOHOK M. Roiim.in. WALTKHB.: GRAHAM.TJOBB1NS Dealer In .

copy of the petition to every postmasteron the last regular meeting of the Prompt attention to all orders by mail & GRAHAM,

the route, and he will earn the everlasting Farmers' Sub-Alliance, No. 578, of LaGrange Obtained. or otherwise. DRY GOODS NOTIONS ;
'1
gratitude of everybody except the the subject of discussion was! Defective Homestead and Pre-Emption ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, ,_ .

"sanded proprietors", of Eau Gallie. What has the past legislature done for Entries Corrected and Fefected. TITUSVILLE, Brovard Co., Florida.P. CROCKERY, i
SKEKLAS.My HODGES & GODFREY
and the farmers and producers of Florida, Claims Adjusted before the Department ,, Itox.MO. ,SADDLERY, #

Florida." at Washington. Will practice In all the oonntlo of the Seventh STATIONERY,
WHEREAS, We are pleased to note the Manufacturers of Circuit and In the Supreme{'''"rt. Special facilities it
(A Inflow Elizabeth Cleveland.] efforts of our representative, the lion. Correspondence solicited. 10 for Kxamlnlng and ITrfarting land FAMILY MEDICINES, ,),
H. F. Atkinson In his endeavors to have Yellow Pine Lumber Titles rornwnonildnre solicited from Claimants
EAU GALLIE, FLA. and Heirs to R|>anl.h Urants. GARDEN SEEDS
laws framed In the interest of farmers -
DBLEON SPRINGS, VOLUSIA Co., FLA., Money to Loan. I CHOICE GROCERIES,

June 12th, 1801. and KetolreJ producers, That therefore we, the be members It of Pine & LumberOF Orange. Dos BOUGH"*...1.A,DKK8SKD, IIAY, CORN, MAPES' FERTILIZERS,.
East Coo Advocate Cypress D. L. OAULDKN: J. T. SANDERS,
: FINE PATENT
this sub-alliance, fully indorse the stand Yrnlt A: Vegetable Crat FLOUR.
Five months and down the Indian Lumber delivered at of Indian River Notary., Attorney for Hoard County
up the Hon. II. F. Atkinson has taken.' any part OOOOA, JPloricla.a. : .
River ALL KINDS on through Mil of lalInJAnyone contemplab- CUlllllllulllllen.GAur.DEN _
has made me acquainted with about ,
Resolved That he has our hearty
approval ,ng ImlUllnir on the Kant" fount, would do well to
the most tyranical, insolent, and devil- for the Interest he has shown toward ROUGII OR DRESSED. write for prlreR. The Hawmlll Is situated on the .t SANDERS, .
may-care system of transportation that the farmers and producers. J.,T.A K. W. Ky., a miles'south of alatka.' W. R.Ogers !

these monopolistic affairs called "public JleiohrJ, That copy of those resolutions Shingles Lath Orange Pine. Agent Cocoa,E. lUlling;Eau Gallie, KunmeIralnerd. ATTORNEY S-AT.LAW, ,
DEALER IN CLOTHING
service" have ever Inflicted upon a longsuffering be sent to the Florida St'ir and the IImo.I" I ,
people.' I will mention only a EAST COAST ADVOCATE, for publication. & Satsuma 11 Igh ts, l>u tun in co.,Fla. Will practice In all the Court of the State : Cents Famishing Goods i
Shoes Hats
few of the annoyances'whlch I have experienced TllOS. JoHNHON, PrCB. apple Vegetable Packages Sort-Oinii of Florida,and the United States Court ,

within a short time: Last Lots K. MrKitft: Sec. )'. O. Ik>x,133. TITU8V1LLK, FLA. Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks ValIses
November, from Titusville to Ankona, LaGrange, Fla., Juno 13th, 1801. It will pay parties who contemplate Altree's General Supply Store h
fqrplLSllage, berth and meals, the charge building to call on, or address us. Mill Money to Loan. 18 FINE CIGARS, Etc.

was $4.05. January, Chamberlain's Eye and S1dn at DeLeon Springs. I* the place to Mil What You Don't Want and The only house In town making a spe-.
March the price was the same, tough Orders promptly filled. Buy What Voiiliii.HARDWAKK clalty of UentH. Furnishing Goods

my lodging at night was on the floor of Ointment. I'alnld, Oils, Farming Implo- DR. M. D. L. DODSON, //GjCft Drop In and examine my stock, and a I
the saloon, with a life preserver for pil- A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes, Chandler & Landers, lent*,Ilulliler Material,Musical Inxtrumcnti, Compare prices. Cash customers commnd .

low. Of this, however, I do not com- Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head Old P. O., TIlE SPRINGS, FLA. FURNITURE, and the New I'llOCESS VAPOR every confederation competitor 4
plain (cork pillow excepted; I was quite Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, STOVE, which lit death to all others. Sl'ECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SURGICAL claim I to confer kk
willing to let the have / L. Caper, Agent, Tropic, Fla.
lady passengers
Itch Prairie Scratches Sore Call when
Nipples
39iny-3mo & MECHANICAL DENTISTRY, convenient. First door .I '
the mattresses At 2 the 10th
) m. on
p
.
and Piles. It Is and south
of
Inst cooling soothing. ADVOCATE: office.
on boarding the St. Sebastian, tho
Hundreds of have been cured '. jM Q.Ai TITU8VILLE, FLORIDA.D s
cases by
purser said, "Fare, $4.50, and pay for all M. (
you get." But as it was so near morning it after all other treatment had failed. o Gpn 1
he allowed me to occupy a chair It Is put up in 25: and 60 cent boxes. tt dd ,B. B. L. WILLS, DIXON & GIIAY,, '

without extra charge. At 6 a. m. I went 3 Dealer In
i! PHYSICIAN A SURGEON,
,into gents' dressing room, to take a wash, Resolution of Town Council. (jCS t
.
and managed, by much coaxing on the O'E ? A graduate of tho University of Pennsylvania rugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet :

faucet, to get half a pint of water; thenI Legal Notice. ,\ mop j .J and an experience of twenty Articles Flue
turned to the towel, and finding only a /TOWN COrNelL or TUB ". e1 OJ.te yuan In practice, others Ida services to Soaps, Stationery, I

dirty rag, used my own pocket kerchief.I | Tows or TrriraviLLB. I Qo tho cltliens of Titusville and vicinity. JEWELRY, ..;
the accumulation of mud and
paid 75 cents for a 10 cent breakfast WHEREAS the Iota of David II. Hutchlnson, I ''I 12 1 log OFFICE: OVEn J. w. noar.ns A co. SPECTACLES ASEW1NO

wretched drink called "coffee," tough J. 8. Stewart,Julia Iferrr, Mary M. Lund. r4 :::3 MACHINES.' ;
beef, old potatoes, sodden and unfit to The Indian River bans and Inveatment Company ;.t f"l'" RUE P ELY, Guns
Pistols Machines'and '
,
LA Sewing
,and the Jacksonville Tampa ft Key West
eat no tomatoes or an other vegetable, 1 J ":
lot I 5 Vb
Jallway Company, being the extending Machinery Kepalrvd. Watches Clock
albeit."My Florida" (especially the part along toe river front, ,lu Tltuavllle, from the 58Gh8 JUSTICE OF TIlE PEACE 17Tu DIST and Jewelry a )
through which we were ) Indian River Hotel,to the Railroad Wharf U a Specialty.
Public for State
the at
g. Notary Large.
peasant menace to the public health, therefore be It School Hooks and School Supplies
posed to abound in all to
things Contractor and Ilullder of over 10 'earI'
RESOLVED Ivy the Town Council of the townof I ) experience.
the palate. Now that the slow boat Is Titiuvllle. That the owner of laid Iota, aa = 001:1:: I Natural Finish a Hpeclalty. lubacrlptlons taken at publisher's prices v
loaded down with freight (principally above named lie forthwith required to remove 0 !' ..= .. MELBOURNE, FLA. for Newspapers, Books, Magazines, etc. )
why need $3.10 between An- laid mud anJ filth from laid lou, and to fill the Prescriptions carefully compounded at
pineapples), lame In 10 aa to prevent such accumulation :a .i =--=
kona and Titusville, be added to the future. And the Marshal hereby required to 51 Sos any time, day or night.
fare Thus: Berth, $1, and three serve a copy of this resolution upon each of said = Hear what the people say about this stoverMr. William: : rut ,

meals, at 75 cents each. All the above, lot owners, In the manner prescribed by law. .Altree t Dear Blr-W cheerfully testify Drayman.Hauling .
e
Ba it further 'a the admirable qualities of the Mew Ifucess 3O2TULSS
and better accomodatlons, heretofore, BESULVKD That after the Martha shall Gasoline lito... We have had on* over six done at reasonable rates. Attend ,
for $4.65. have sled proof of due service of said notice upon PERFECTEDCRYSTAL month,and cannotjxilni to a single fault. all departing, and meets all arriving ..
Concerning freight-I had some pieces any of said lot owners,with the Town Clerk, R.C.A H. A.Bcrimgeour.Titdivllla trains. -
if said owner shall neglect or refuse to comply LENSES ,May e, 111II1. Patent Medicines,
of machinery to and from Melbourne, with the foregoing order for a period of five Orders left with G. B. Rumph or at .
none of which would weigh over 2Mbs. days after the filing of said proof of service of mueeauaa.Guiny I end a treat saving of gasoline In the New ADVOCATE office will receive prompt 'I
Mel- notice with the Clerk the Town Marshal shall tint ist JJvyaJ. Process over the old. It keep me In a perpetual
These were invariably carried past proceed to remove said filth,and fill in the lot tat*of wonder and delight. attention. Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles f.*,
bourne going up, and to of such delinquent,and shall report the expense Mr*.Sidney Wilbur
down. I know this, .. I have receive of such work to the Town Clerk, with aa Item- TUusvllto, May Sto, 1891.I A. :371zoaola.oi' Kept constantly on hand atT.
,
,
lied statement of such sworn to by
.
bills the boat went down and expense
freight aa am delighted with the New Process Vapor 41
said Marshal which sum so sworn to shall be a TITUSVILLE FLA.
got the freight (by demanding it) as the first lien on such lot, to be recorded and enforced SW.. It Is more than 1 expected. '
boat went up. When I expected a return In the manner prescribed for the enforcement Titosvllle ria.,May Mb,ion.Mr. K. 8. Wiley.13 Keeps a full .Wooden Metallic and B. Screvens j;
from Melbourne, I would get a let of Mechanic's Liens. The Mayor U hereby
directed and empowered to bring suits for
ter from the pasties there, saying, "Your the enforcement of any such liens, in behalf of Coffin, Cases and Caskets. DRUG STORE.

pump rod, or cylinder, has not yet been the Town Corporation.Done EDEN[ Funerals attended If desired. AU order *
landed." and ordered at a meeting of the Council, i
at the Council Chambers,at Titusville, this 8th promptly executed, and at reason Also the latest Newspapers, Periodicals
:May 13th twelve valuable trees were day of June,1891. able rates. Embalming done. 2 etc.
hipped to me from Titusville, and carried Attest. S.8.RAT,
J.Roams. Ch'..of Council. E. ENDER & CO.
to the end of the line (Jupiter), and
Town Clerk. 1\rS:. :S. Suui1o11:
then landed on the wharf in the night, B, BpWn.aos. Mayor.I Have exclusive sale of these celebrated PINEAPPLE 1
on their return trip, with the wrappings ,J.W.Hogera,Town Clerk of Tltnsvllie, do STOP AT GEORGIANA
Glasses in Titusville.rACUUTEB. BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER
all off, and roots dry. Result-ad dead hereby certify that the foregoing Is a true copy ,
If
ot a resolution of the Town. Council, passed on
save one. I am confident that, had they June 8th, 1881.SCAI KETJLfcX MOORE, And See
been landed In the morning with the [ _] J.W.Boone,Clerk. pLANTATION Titusvillo, Fla. )
The
mail all would have lived but this dry- only Manufacturing Opticians in '
,
Work contracted for f
the South, Atlanta Ga. Peddlers are on any part o C. Allen
and about deck fatal to
Ing scuffing was
them. LEGAL NOTICE. not supplied with these goods. 6ebflmoC. Indian River. 8Jnd0' ,

There is a big boom in pineapples on T. :XII. :n.1.chard.s: Dealer in

Indian RIver; but can it stand this abom- To Clear Up Vacant Lots In the J. HECTOR Eden Indian Ricer Florida ; McAllister

inable system What prudent man is Built Up Portion of Titusville. stores Tin-ware Ifollo '.ware
willing to risk Investments where sub Dealer In General ,
ject to having rates doubled on him 'without -1 I' NAVMAIV': t for
THERE AH. the Town Council at a regular :ac2erotLanc:11seMelbourne.: : : :
a moment's notice, as this autocratical y
I \V meeting, held May litb. IDOl pasted aa ordinance NEWSPAPERSubscription : Wooden.ware Stoneware
power-"the company"-may be declaring the growth of Fla. Artesian Wells ,
pleased to do, in season and out of season ; scrub oo the vacant Iota In the built up portion ; ,
? Respectfully, of TitusvilU detrimental to the pubfie'haalth, Agency
I and a source of danger from fire, and ordering HEAYY&: SHELF HARDWARE }
CHAXLXS Ilrar. Fla.paOmo.
same to be cleared up forthwith. Eau Gallie, ,
The built up portion of TlUuvUte 1s definedM Hats Shoes Clothing Dry Goods -
NAILS, SCREWS,
follows,to wit I Beginning oa tedlaa River
at the northeast comer of the Delespin Grant; The Pioneer Agency.For Beeptflmar TRACE CIIAINS,
Merritt. thence westerly along said grant line to toe center Just Arrived. Splendid Goods. 1 V TI
of Third street, aa shown on the map of DUNG BORERS,
JoynerviUe; thence north, along the center of OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD W. HENDRY BOLTS, BRUSHES,
line of said terms and address ,
Third street,to the north plat of sample copies
Only a limited few were out to church JoynerviUe Whence run west to DRUGS, GROCERIES, GRAINOf V
last Sabbath. thence north aluag the center of uhaav.ral all kinds; and in fact a full line of C. H. NAUMAN, Dealer In OJ:1l.1ton: : Pa:1n'ts: ,
street,to Broad street; thence east along Broad this Climate:
Mr. Goodyear has just had the piles street to DeHuto street; thence north along the everything. Call and examine. 11 TrrrsTimt, Brevard county, Fla.3apMmo Tie Beat Made for 1
driven center of LteSoto street to Coleman avenue; General Merchandise '
for his new dock head. When I Thousand and One Other
Coleman avenue to Indian And One
thence east along I
,,
finished, the dock will be 1,100. feet long. FOR t.
River then south alone said river to place of that You are likely to Want

Merritt church Is soon to have some beginning.are considered All kite as 1n ex 1.ti to said the oanur boundaries of ,fit DRY GOODS, Things Stove here. When you want

very fine colored glass windows, which all streets oa which L"1: person Wines & 1 Buy your
will greatly Improve the beauty of our failing to comply with the provisions of said ordinance Spirits Gi r. NOTIONS, a new Fire Back or Grate, Top Bs Off
after due notice shall conviction, T'BltYaA.C4fiLl
npon 411-
church.A here for It. as
pretty right
be fined not lea than five,nor more than fifty STATIONERY, Damper, come f
Dollars: and in the case of_-..Ideata, after are kept constantly W '
few days ago many of our best doe notice,the Town Council, by virtue of the plicate part
known people went to the beach for a authority conferred upon them by See.W Chap. Beers rct uaet; I Choice Groceries hand; also a GOOD LINE OF
swim la the briny. (Of course this has a of McCletlaa' Digest of the Law of Florida, ,
will proceed to perform such work and chargethe $.At0I I[R .oeto- GROCERIES-
nothing to do with the small number at cost of same as a lien on said Iota. and enforce & MI5I8, FLA.Farmer' FIRST CLASS
church.) They reported having a glorious )said lien la the same manner provided furMechanic's CIGARS: ETC. J I tI l
time-If only the sin hadn't burnt Uena. Now, therefore' all persons t Alliance. Constantly Arriving and For Salt at
of the skin off owning and controlling IOU In the above described i i V///
some them. a..tI&.p portion of Titusvine, an admonished OJ'THE FINEST QUALITY, 'jI I Moderate Prices. t
to out the provisions of said ordinance Lodge of the Farmers alliance
the recent carry TUusvilla
Among improvements, we forthwith,and I publish thI8.. a legalnotice 60 TO t the first and ___ 13
notice a particularly fine fence madeof meets regularly on
to all concerned and will proceed
person
two-inch mesh wire, four feet; high, to enforce.the above ordinance rigidly,and Losley & Eenaker ,r !t third Saturdays each month at the ALLEN Georgiana J' Fla.
.. of the F. C
fastened. at the bottom to an eight-inch 'I''without fear favor. B. B,Wtuox, ;4 a1t Court House. Visiting i members : ,

board with four-by-four poe'every i JW Mayor of Tiuuvlll. Families Supplied. t-_ _. __J order are !ranted to attend. 4vVIt.





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GEORGIA- WIDE WORLD. :-O.court Reynolds of private, of :Missouri land1claims.to .be Matthew attorney STATUE OF GEN GRANT f can CoM"just Ou'ts out of..'the....Take milk,ax" split tUlLltlib each":

of I row of.the com In the center of the ker. I
United State for the court private
of the
Unveiled at Galena, Jll., With lengthwise with a sharp knife}
land claims.EARTHQUAKES. scrape
Impressive Ceremonies.The out all the pulp add one egg, well
Newsy Paragraphs TELEGRAPHIC AND /
statue of General Grant. donated beaten, a little salt, one tablespoonful!

the State. CABLE CULLINGS IN ITALY. by Mr. Kohlsaaf was unveiled at Gal of sweet .mllk. flour enough to make a ,

ena, Illinois, witH imposing senrices. pretty stiff batter; drop in hot bird, with :
Whole Towns Collapse..Several estimated a tablespoon, and fry a light brown
immense variously
An throng,- ; use
Dr. HuDDtcutt tabulated Brief Items of Interest From
as little flour as possible.
at from 25,000 to 80,000 persons-
People Killed.A .
from tbo counties
reports Various Sources. in the exercises. The
participated pretty
1 COm crop,, acreage 100. cablegram from Rome, Italy says:
swathed in ounting" BASED Eoos. :Ttreak
little city was literally one dozen
4 Cotton;: crop, acreage 90 -- The cities of Verona and Mantua were I of
,Th.. reports show that but 87 Dispatches of Wednesday says that the shaken by an earthquake Sunday Many The decorations of bridges courthouse ega into a well buttered dish, season .

of a total peach crop will be of Mount Vesuvius Continues.Six houses were damaged. An invalid lady markethou and other public with pepper and salt, cover lightly with! '
tt ere especially elaborate. The cracker bread crumbs one-half t
buildings or
The first car of Georgia : young minister of the Reformed was BO badly frightened by the shock with cup of
exercises opened military parade. cream two tablespoonfuls of butter
hipped from : Friday. yterlan church with that she died. Vcnetio and ; set
Mefgs, charged heresy Lombardy, renderedby
Tho "Star Spangled::! Banner"was ta the oven and bake minutes
hipped by J. -U. 8 pp and J.-M. been expelled from the church by part of Tuscany were visited in the early the Fifteenth United States Regiment twenty ,

,and were sent over the Alabama synod at Pjttsbarg Pa. morning by repeated shock The worst band and a fervent invocation was pro Dea'.... Ca.'!*. C;*...

and Louisville and Nashville to A cablegram o/ Tuesday from Glas shocks occurring about :2 o'clock. Shocks nounced by Rev. W. D. Atchison, chap. By focal application, M tier cannot !'Me'
City. The decorated also felt in Venice and Milan. The the dlmaMd portion of the ear. TheraJa
car wu '
Scotland The were I only
says: Clyde ship lain of the When he had concluded .
day. deafneaa, and thatU
one way to our by con
the above Verona.
pmse signs stating wfll resume work at center of the disturbance wa at remedies. Deabieu U
once, pend the united bands struck "Hail to the ttttntlonal ctued ban ,
'P. Lawsbe, traveling freight A subterranean-noisa wcs heard like the up inflamed condition of the
a conference with the cmoloTers. mucous lining of
and amid of
inspiring
Chief, a scene the EwUcblfiB Tube. When thin ton
the Alabama Midland. of which foMowed nti t
was by
cablegram of Wednesday from Paris roar artillery tnthpsLism! little Miss Pauline Kohlsaat, Inflamed-yoa han a rambling sound ot laiper.fool .
It appears that many of the that the natives of have three strong thocks. The inbttbiUnfs oYOSngo of the donor hen-lac and when it I* entirely oloMd,
lantaga daughter gave
in counties rushed into the streets in terror. At DeafMMa is the result tad-unlcu the hiflam.
ances different are roasted and devoured the a strong tug at the silken cord of the matlon on W taken out and this tube re.
a legislative appropriation for expedition from Loango under Marccnigo three persons were killed, tnd black shroud with Which the monument stored to lu normal condition hearing will b*
poses of a state exhibit at the at Badia, Calavena, seventeen were badly, destroyed forever; nine caeea out of ten arecaased
pel. has been enveloped and it fell. The vast by catarrh which I.nothing hot an In
fair. On the other hand, there camblegram I' injured by falling houses and chimneys.A gathering guM the life-like flamed condition of the mnooa curt ces.
eral public sentiment in favor of of Monday from Rome, later disp itch from Rome fays: Advices upon soldier and We will Hire One Hundred JJollal' far any
world' fair has raised ': The pope has issued an or from Bidia Cahvania and Treg- features of the dead ease of Deaf DeN (cauied by catarrh) that we
a deciding that all president for a moment as if spellbound cannot cure bf taking Units Catarrh: Curt,
of the
Chicago, and a wrangle employee nanzo, two of the towns in northern bead:; for circnlara, free
But Georgia will be there, in department[ of the vatican be Italy visited by the earthquakes Sunday and then led by the old F.J. Untniv A Co., Toledo 0.
veterans of the Thirty-eiUh Illinois, Bold by dnmgieU, 76 cents.
in show that the inhabitants terror.
some way. were
The report of the board of fire did damage to the extent of stricken and have taken to the fields for three hearty cheers and a tiger were Dnrfaig the past year 8533' new books weressned'by
Ex-Governor
the State University in Glasgow, Scotland, Monday. safety. ,The authorities have, as far as given for Mr. Kohlsaat. the American lrho1l8ello.'MALARIA '
of in behalf of Mr.
crease of the state appropriation i ', glassware house and the estab possible, sought to alleviate distress Kohlsaat Heard formally Wisconsin the statue to cured and eradicated from the
000 and for of Willis & Nelson, ribbon among the people and have furnished a presented HTM em by Brown's Iron Bitten which cnrfche .
an appropriation I the of Galena. A brief address of
city the blood.tones the aids
nerves diges
were destroyed. I number of tents to shelter those
,ture. It shows large
the standard
I on behalf of the city was tion. Arts like a charm on pel'toDeln irraeral
acceptance
university to be higher than it postoffice! department, op Saturday, who have fled from their homes. The made by Mr. McClennan. Chauncey ill health giving new energy and strength.
been and Is quite the readjustment of the sala subterranean rumblings continue and ;
Depew was then introduced aa oratorof Twenty-three penniless emigrants were sent
Boggs and the entirety faculty. of first-class postmasters for the next occasionally slighter shocks than the day and enthusiastically greeted.The hick to Europe from New York a few days

the report shows the university year, beginning July 1st They those of Sunday are felt. The peopleare bronze statue stands on a solid base ngo., ___________
aged and conducted admirably. based on the gross receipts. in dread of momentarily seeing of three tiers of Quincy witha VAW'WnnLBOIn and Machinery! Co..Allan
granite
the earth and swallow them.The gray ta, Cotton Gins, '
Ga. manufactory
The truck farmers of Chatham cotton mill of A. Campbell .& Co. open pedestal of beautifully carved and polished Condensers,Pretwes Cotton-Seed Oil Mills Feeders Ice
done these
at two
have plainly demonstrated that Manayunk Pa., was damaged by fire damage placesis red granite from the quarries of Machinery. Shaftlnir: PUlleys,Tanks Pumps
in tbe water to the amount of much greater than was indicated in Wind-Mills, Etc. Write for prices and discU.JfaffltrtedwltihfnreeyeanseDr. .
big money business. It $350,000. Maine. On the front surface is the simple
that over $1,000,000 invested & Co., weavers, occupied part the first reports. The towns were practically inscription: "Grant, Our Citizen." IsaacThomonn -
farms in the county, and this mill and they suffered a lois of destroyed by the severity of the The statue represents General Grant in >Eye-water.Drtxrirtst*sell atiSo per bottl.

11 estimated $/ 00O00. It 1 is ; Tho total insurance is :.281,. shocks. The commission appointed by citizen' dress!, standing oa if in reflection. .
the authorities to examine houses which
1 be'the' most important industry The likeness is excellent.
were not thrown down by the undulationsof CreatesAn
county outside of Savannah, London cablegram of Saturday :
says
the hare made examina-
earth hasty
J excepting rice planting. More Gladstone's letter the
on Hebrew A BIG HAUL.
tions and
that
11 being naid to thin branch nf is obliterated from all nanera they report threequartersof
the! houses io such condition that AppetiteThere
< Nre a
-- ture everywhere. It seems to be ,: it which arrive in Russian ter- Six Men Jailed Under
demands that be a Chargeof
public safety t'jey pulled
source of revenue. ,: ,. Enveloped copies of the letter down entirely. Large bodies of I U nothing tor which we recommend EoedlBanapartUa
troops Robbery.A
The govcinor is still engaged in however been smuggled into the have been dispatched to these places to with greater oonfldenoe than ferr_of
Birmingham dispatch of Tuesday lick and othar trouble
ining the report of the Western assist the authorities in the streets appetite indlgMtlon : head/che
lantic commission. Ho clearing says: For several years the Georgia Pacific *of djrapeptlo nature. In the moit natural way
cablegram from
spends Santiago, Chili of debris in down
tearing dangerous thla medicine gently tones the stomach, anl.U dl-
railroad has suffered from frequent
(oraoon at the mansion that the British de.
a. I legation was houses and to render such other assistance .
"real Ladle
cotton and mateo one feel hungry. *
,matter. There is some discussion fire The burglaries at Waco. just across the Georgia -
Ir by Saturday. British as they be called to give. ta delicate health, and atmcala
may upon or vary dainty; particular
.- :.interested parties as to what ho J. G. Kennedy, and wife nar. line.: For several weeks Special after taking Hood Earuparllla a few day .
lie has been advised by escaped death. The building oc VEBCVICS BEARD FROM. Agent Thomas U. Hanic, of the Richmond find UwnuelTM loBfflaf for and eaGng the plttaeMfood

ested on the state's side of the by the German legation was also A cablegram of Monday from Naples and Danville railroad, has been I with unexpected relish and laiUfacUon. It.Hood's .

Veto it, but he has given out no and many others destroyed. pays: A large stream of lava is Issuing camping in and about Waco. Other''

to what he will do. TLo general Knight of the Episcopal dio. from the new crater of Mt. Vesuvius at agents have been sent there but have

ion, however, is that he will of Milwaukee, Wis. died Monday I the base of the central cone. Signor Pal made signal failure to detect the guilty

.tIodiug. He was attacked, with the mien!, director of the observatory states parties. Saturday night the following -
that the flow is directly connected with' named persona all em.
A fig Different
several weeks and
on Friday
I 'The tock of Ityan's Sons, was a stroke of ago paralysis, which Sunday's earthquake in Lombardy, and I ployes of the road except one and Sarsaparilla

Iced few day. ago by two his end. The deceased was that seismic disturbances generally stop all negroes except one, were lodged in jail

of Atlanta merchants, and two\' years of age. when an eruption commences. He does at Buchanan on the charge of robberyand Sold by aU drnggljti. .1| lix tor$3.. rreparwt'only
were placed upon it. One not consider the lava stream dangerous. receiving and selling stolen goods: my c. I.HOOD *OO. Apothecaries Lowell Uata
offers for the extension
of the
was composed wholly of retail cent bonds received the DT :NEW JERSEY. Sam Holloway, white, the foreman of the IOO Doses One Dollar
were at
tbe dry goods, clothing and A coal chute, and Owens POP. Henry Cook
department dispatch from New Brunswick N.
Tuesday morning. andSamuel
being represented. The was of $000,000 at the rate of :2 per i Y., says that a distinct shock of earthquake Brag Cook, Charlie Cook Henry Cato '

composed of two wholesale and This came from a private citizen. from southeast to northwest, accompanied Wilson, all negroes were arrested
Both committees and carried before the justice of the 'AugustFlower"
merchant went
were at any rate the department I by a rumbling noise was felt
\ the store giving the stock a on. They were all from western there at 11 o'clock Sunday morning. peace. All waived examination and n1-
'examination, and both accept."i I being able to give ball were sent to jail to

submit written reports u (to the await the action of the grand jury.
L. Campion who for several ycytrs NEW DESIGNS
the goods. Between the two
,
been cashier of the Consolidated
PRINTERS MEET.
H'r
wtl be a difference of $ ,
"Committee composed of retail Line company at Omaha Neb., has Will Be Placed on Our Dollars,

tagroed that the stock is worth ( New arrested York by Fidelity Inspector Surety Bowman of I Quarters and Dimes. Convention of the International I inherit some tendency to Dyspepsia
'The other committee it is company.
says Typographical Union.The from my mother. I sufferedtwo
speculations exceed $3,000, "Buzz'ird silver dollars will soon be a
1:177,1100.: cover a long period. lie kept two thing of the past" raid Director Leech of International Typographical UnIon years in this way ; consulted a

F.r fteorcla directors Glrli.The of .the of books, one for the company and the United Stated mint, Thursday, "..nd began its thirty-ninth annual con number of doctors. They did me
board of
Normal Industrial other in a secret drawer for himself. one of the principal reasons for soliciting vention at Boston Mass., Monday. Af. no good. I then used
and college the latter he kept a record of his new designs for United States coins was ter addresses of welcome had been made Relieved in your August Flower

important meeting Mr. J. Harris at Mllledg to bring" about a chance in the silver and responded to, President Edward T. and it was just two
days Chnnpell
ident ago.of the. college, submitted a the United States dlstiict court at money now used. There are now piled Plank of Indianapolis, said in relationto days when I felt great relief. I soon
up in my offices hundreds of suggestions the reduction of the number of hours
recommending what departments Ill., Saturday, the Rev. Jerry got so that I could sleep and.eat, andI
., of Stoncfort, Saline county was i in piaster and on paper for new devices, of labor, that the movement is one that
established in the school its
be at felt that I was well. That was
ana these will bo
and convicted of counterfeiting and I now opened by a committee should bo undertaken when fully
tag ia October. The It report established was to three years in the peiiitca- of artists and an appropriate design prepared for an earnest and long strug- three years ago, and I am still first-

'mously adopted. Rev, George Vnncll of Duquoin chosen for the bucks and fronts of the gle, and then only by concerted action class. I am never
sohool normal department, five guilty to the same charge and was silver dollar, half dollar, quarter dollar by all unions at tbe same Two Days. without a bottle, and
and six industrial
departments, to one year in the penitentiary. and dime. No change will be made time. Under tbe circumstances is wpuldbe if I feel constipatedthe
ment and for tho
providec
tea teachers beside. the preacher counterfeiters are a strange in the designs or devices on the a good plan, he said, to adopt a reso. least particle 'dose or two of

abd music. The salaries of pair, whose arrest a fortnight gold coins consisting! of the double eagle lution at this session and submit the question August Flower does the work. The

caused so much comment. or $20 gold piece, eagle, half and quarter to a popular vote whether or not we beauty of the medicine is that
fixed. The teachers
following eagle, which are $10, $3 and $3.50 respectively. shall make an attempt to enforce the you
J. Penrose of Butte Mont. editor
unanimously elected: Dr. A. V. Nor in the nickel five-cent nine-hour day next spring. In this can stop the use ofitwithoutanybad
and way
Milling member
Journal a
atrelent president of and the one cent effects on the system.
piece copper piece. we may cain the support the American
shot dead
Mississippi Industrial institute !! legiktaturc, was early I'eople have become tired of seeingthe Federation of Labor at its next cession Constipation While I was sick I
his home. He
'lege teacher of and morning near
pedagogics;
small-headed big-bodied female and felt it
found dead on the sidewalk. A figure prudence suggests that we take every everything
Mrs O. 0. at
lady science.principal of Chappell llrawley holo "ns It) his temple above his silver which is seated on a cotton bale oa the precaution to strengthen our resources before ,seemed to me a man could feel. I

umbus do., lady principal and car. Thcio is no tracu of the mur coins of the United States' and a engaging in a struggle such as may was of all men most miserable. I can
radical change in the designs for these be
expected to take when the decisive
place

of mathematics )Ihs Jennie T. Jet, Belle owning has been ar- pieces of money will, be effected und as time arrives.A say in conclusion, that I believe

first-honor graduate of the on suspicion. The general belief early as possible.: On the present silver August :Flower will cure anyone of

Norm college, and at present the crime was committed for dollars that tig-headed femalo is aa TRI-STATE EXHIBIT i indigestion, if taken

Latin In the Mississippi e by come one who bad been eyesore, and she will have to go and Life of Misery with judgment. A.

college, teacher of Latin and by an article in Pcnrose's paper. Lo superseded by a more tasteful and At Chicago by Georgia Alabamaand :M. Weed. 229 Belle-

language Mrs. A. II. Beats, at Kansas City, Mo., dispatch of appropriate emblem. On the tilvcr quar. Tennessee. fontaine St., Indianapolis, Ind." 9
of the Mississippi Industrial says: The fourth of the ters the inscription 'In God we ulISt'i.

teacher of free-hand industrial family, at Atchison Kan., has too small to be deciphered easily In the Delegates representing the various

It was deemed the best to defer taken with hydrophobia. The scrolls above the eagle, and it will meet counties cities' and commercial bodies of r'( 1f1Jliil
don of the other teachers until was stricken. and his death is with the same fate that has been assigned Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee met in # !

meeting of the board. expected. One member of to the femalo sitting on the cotton bale. Chattanooga Wednesday to consider the / :(ItTI

Oa le Cbleka....... family died Saturday, and two oth. This also applies to the silver half dollar advisability of a united exhibit of the :I

The lckamauga encampment it teems, cannot recover. The cases and to the face of the ten cent piece. On three states at the world's fair at Chicagoin

on the 16th and will continue the most remarkable ever heard of in the obverse side, however, of the litter 1893. The meeting wa'. a very enthusiastic ;
week, closing Ju1113th. After west. There are six brothers and coin there 1\'Ul probably be placed merely one, and the whole day was I 1Z ; PA1KTREQUIRES"

ious appeals, the state has at sister in the family, and there is con. the words, 'one dime,' the same as is new consumed by discussion. General I REQUIRES"ADDITION'OE/ AN

jforwarU and provided apprehension lest more of them, done on the tackles which are stamped Moore, of Huntsville, Ala., was chair fQUAtJ'ARTOfOIL '25
encampment of her volunteer '. be stricken. 'V cents."' man of the convention. Resolutionswere f'\\ !\ <
and for tho first time in the anarchists attempted to make a unanimously adopted favoring a Anwansgn7348PAPERStS'here;
'
Georgia all of her state troops nstratioD Sunday afternoon in front COUNTERFEITERS CAPTURED.The united exhibit and a permanent organization wn have .0 Agtml will arrangeWiIkS15Ily.ercha..jf..N.
mustered into a thoroughly It he Mont Martre basilica. They as was effected to carry out the pur .1SMITH'S .

encampment. The last for the purpose of laying votive of pose. Major J. F. Shipp, of Chattanooga .
Operations a Gang of
propriated 123,000 for that on the spot where the Yarlia : was made permanent chairman; WORM OIL

t alone, an amount amply sufficient were shot in 1971. The po Money-Makers Broken Up.A Governor Buchanan of Tennessee, .Gov

comfort of the entire militia forces stopped the parader. and tried to dispatch of Monday from Chatta. ernor Northen, of Georgia, and Governor

state during the month of the wreaths. The ensuing tumult nooga, says: A poese of deputy United Jones, of Alabama, vice presidents, and ForWorms

ChicUmauga, the site selected by the worshipers within the basili States marshals has succeeded: in ferretingout Hon. II. Clay Evans, of Chattanooga,

visory b)ard for the encampment, is and the services were suspended the gang of counterfeiters who have secretary and treasurer. The p'an is for IS A SAFE AND SURE REMEDY.

appropriate ) catioe. It, is quiet outside was restored. The been working a bold game at Dayton the three states to( erect a single attractive .
a place of beauty-a place succeeded in dispersing the anar Tenn. Two arrests have been made and building, the individuality of the Sold Everywhere. QQ Oerxt: .

nature witlt all the advantages I ., six of whom were arrested. the prisoners jailed in Chattanooga. In states to be maintained in the arrangement I.

to make the spot for a pleasant I cablegram from London says: the basement of a saloon on the main of the exhibits. "RED CYC" TOBACCO

and a teoeflcUl recreation-but it a single omnibus of the 873 street of tbe town the officers found a pileof A PLEA OF GUILTYIs MiId..weeiCJiEW. lt.I!* TIIK. rat.IkN.JI' .

the same time a place surrounded belonging to the London Gen.. fifty counterfeit dollars fresh from the I'LE.II READ&CUK 50d..i.d..4KEEpiy! b.ndlOe.l.ln Ktan." TAVI.OKItOS.

most interesting historical Omnibus Company was running mould,. Near by, ia the same room, was IS ., MAXCTACTCacxa..,...r..C.
Is tbe mou'd in which the had been Entered by Ex-City Treasurer
Besides the fact that 133,000 and it is estimated that about money '* **
priated for the entertainment ) men and 10,000 hones are thrown made. The moulds made three dollars Bardsley.A bflbbTHribtb Greely Pant stretcher

troops," very; command in the a state of idleness through the strike at a time, the material being a glass com.po6ition. Philadelphia dispatch says: John I' Adopwd .bl Modnu at HananL imhoil a.d
fantrv'cavalry and artillery-will Although considerably lighter Cotkc. iM byiuWimniil aa4bn ia M i ...=
commenced Sunday. The amount Bardsley, ex-city treasurer of Philadelphia .b If not for .... low..I ).. '
dered into the camp und r which working men than silver, the dollars are splendid wu brought up from Moyamenslng a. j. CREJO.Y.T14 WMili..... nuin Bmlrx
counterfeits of the silver dollar and
dubftudment for non-attendance. business men of the city are thus prison Tuesday morning and arraigned Bill
without saying ti at almost every to can be readily imagined when it could be easily passed, even by inexperienced in court before Judges Fell and Willon.1 I PENS I ONS G'r':. dVtflN

th" fifty-five coibmaads in : that tens of thousands of persons. on sixteen separate indictments, charging Is Plssed.---. .
to Chickamauga ani join in him with loaning _aM FelIt. 1 -
go the omnibuses money u a public offi. Icer
depend upon M SIS > r : ::;.r
campment.Ul them to their work. Tobacco Factory Burns. deriving gain from the deposit of I -

k..-Eltrl Ua4Ur .. president on Wednesday, made public money, and converting public I I Faal T..i....... rUE

BUhop-elect Gailor hat following appointments* Leonard V(. Fire broke out Tuesday morning in the money to his own use. When Bardsley ALLABOI'I', .& aM b TU Gto&i>El< (UUyI 1_.
Lie denided to remain at Scaanee of the brick to wss asked how he .
of Nebraska, to be assistant at plug department large plead, he pleaded c4 I ealy I jttr 5|; wnp
hit lila to the of baccofactoryofitli. A Bra at to
jag upbuilding general as provided by the act Maya euilty every count of the indictment. w. 1'. ",eq.raI"
rmlty of the South rather March 3, 1891. Joseph R. Richmond, Vs. By hard work the firemen It was then arranged that hearing the PATENTS W..I..I.
tbe'heal of the church in the fire evidence for ,
come be chief ot the succeeded in confining to and against Bardsley should j -
of Iowa to
justice
of the South. The this which is five stories be set for June ..,.,...,
diocese a of private land claims. Wither II. building high. 23d, an* the court could ,( S IOK WELL. .VEBTOCK W... a.ana
want will brio? surprise nd l. of Colorado; Henry C. Bloa, of The content of all the floors, save that then weigh and pronounce sentence. In f, Ba d. M**-.vuiUbow. a yr..u-aJo-_pie""'"
meat to the Episcopalian of & ; Thomas E. Fuller, of North Car of the first, which contained manufactured the seventeen Indictments on which i II- i>r...._H..p V E. Sd- nng&Iu.*. V-

for friuce hit lection: the and William A. Murray, cf Tea- goods, were destroyed. The Louis Bardsley plead guilty. the total amount p---X01r- >M soi stoutusut
..
been unanimous ia the hope estimated at $75,000 fully insured. of Involved kmcnM* n S1l.c. -
I to be associate justice of theJ441t ; money is $875,403: | .. .. lot L**. A.WI MC&UBKHK
Uet that Dr Gailor would So... W_a._. l.<:. CUtaaa&.z&. Q.





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-nEV.'DR. TALMAGE' The world always had had"a cross between FOR FARM AND GARDE5.ucAsonrxo given to the farmer who grows the : $. Careful of Tear Jee: 1ht.

two thieves for the one who comet to Mve beets, there will be few beets It te well known fart that the .7".r1l.!
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... It. High and holy. enterprise hal always grown the moot dllrte of onr unnm*-may bto eitll jr
E been followed by abuse The most sublime HAT nr A 5TACI for sugar-making. In some cases only destroyed by the ne of ftlaaBM not suited to
THE,BROOKLYN the*T .nr ot poor QUK 111,.
DIVINE'S SUN- tragedy; of self sacrifice has f'01Ito bur. in $2 a Ion has boon given' for 1the greatest foolishness to fmrchn'e i
A estimate for t lugar'beel.
DAY SERMON. lesque. The graceful gait of virtue U always common hay cheap kr...*. from toni' llble dealer. The
followed by grimace and travesty, slack or mow is b00 cubic feet of timothy ., not enough to pay for harvest rink taken In doing this Is K tbonnand times
The sweetest strain of poetry ever written greater nan the small amount svrd.Vltatheaboveln .
has come to ridiculous parody, and as long 600 of clover and timothy! 700 tug and hauling where tho distance isinoro \ view, Mr. A.K.h Hawkem.
SCBJKCT!! :-"The Burden Bearer as there are virtue and righteousness the and than a mile. In somo careful _known throughout the ronntry as a leadIng
of clear clover, and 800 of rcdlop optician, tins .labll.bPd a factory In At-
world there will be
for s
something iniquity
where glasses of i
lento are prepared jwr'rrt
r r. to grin at. All along the line of the other experiments made by Nebraska farmers '
: ages light Lay to the ton. If tho hay every shade of strength. 1111"''''' Crystallised:
and Jn all lands, the cry has been "Not this in and reported tho Slate Experimental Lenses haven national reputation and are nrionwd -
'l'ZUt ?* fir hrdn7'0" tt. Lord man, but Barabbas. Now Barabba was a unusually hard pressed by grain b of the best rttlsens of the et
and at ihaU sustain tAe-Psalm lv.Davidwa 23. robber." being put on It in a deep mow, one- Bulletin, it was found that United Mates, whose. Dames will be glvenuponsppdoetinn.

here taklDg hlsowm medicine And what makes the persecutions of lifeworse fifth less than these massures are the average cost of growing beets and 1rrn, gist. Kmrmtrrbants find throe C'rTl'tAI. liC
It anybody had onhimbearyweightrDayld Is that they come from people whom llsml. lenrrethe brat piijrlntr part of their stork
i' ,bad them and yet out of his own_experience: you have helped, from those to whom you taken.-[New York Times. hauling to market was very nearly $60 because the jwple wnnt them and will have y
ht.JlTl2.J0.Vn! me as to the best way 01 hero loaned money or have started in business others. Thru rprrtuclm are Hold In nearly
.... per acre when Us cl'pV&I a good one. Is {
getting burden This Is a world of or whom you rescued great every town In Amrrlr anti ever, pair
burden bearing. emit. think it has history The State warranted. They are not supplied to ped-
Coming Into the :house of been the of all pars ono cent bounty on tllrrn, remrmbrr.
prayer there may be no sign of sadness 'or our lives-the most acrimonious aesanlt AGE OF APPLE TREES. and the United States two cent C Mr. A. K. 1I".It.III. the only manufacturer ONE ENJOYS t a
sorrow, but where is the who has come from those whom we have benefited Tho tree it sugar
man has not a average life of an apple At throe Crjmtallltrd Lrnre, and tnnkr a results
*xrafflct? Where Is the soul that has not a whom we have helped, and that makes This added to tho selling price of the specialty oftilllneercnlf.is'prs.crptlnn*. Address Both the method and when
straggler And there is not a day of all the It all tha harder to bear. A man is to dan rated at fifty years; but individualtrees all orders U hltehall 8t., Atlanta Ua. Syrup of Figs ia taken; it it pleuanr
year when my text Is not gloriously ger ot becoming cynical. often reach hundred or sugar made a nice profit to the manufacturer the taste and acts '
appropriate a and to
and there Is A clergyman of the Untvercalist church years A movement Is on foot In Paris against cost.ly I II refreshing r ,,
never an audience but where does tho farmer 4.
trembled on the planet where the text does M. went into a neighborhood for the wrablih- more, when well cared for. Thousands I fnnerale. .. yet promptly on the Kidney, ;
t mot fiathe occasion:: "Cast thy bnrdtnupon I ment of of his denomination and of !however like come in? Unless sugar manufacturersare BROWN'S Iron hitters rnrtf rir'popMa.Malurfe aver and Bowels cleanses the system '
I he anxious to find of that denomination apple trees, lUlloimnro and Drmttty. (live*
the lard and He ihall nutain thee." In the was tome one colds head..
*ar east welts of water are to infrequent that and he was- OIDtIed to certain men, dio early from neglect and bad willing to let live as well as to live Ktrrngth, alils Direction, tone the nrrM"rrmtei effectually, dispels habitual, >t
Thebes tonto for Nursing aches and fever and
arpetlte. cures
when a man own a well he hat a property house and went there. He said to the man they mutt go into otherbnsincss for Mother weak and children.
very great value, and sometime battles hare of the house, "I understand you are Uni- treatment. The cutting away of large of women constipation. Syrup of Figs is the 1 a t.
been fought for the possession ot one well of versallst; I went you to help main ,the en limbs .is one frequent cause of ruin want material[Boston Cultivator. The census of London shows a population of only remedy of iU kind ever produced t
crater; but there is one well that every man te.rprhe.4 "Well, said the man,"'I am a rll.OO4. __,_ to the taste and acceptable '
pleasing
and death. The wound ,
owns a deep:well, a perennial wella well TTniversalist, but I have a peculiar kind of ,unprotected Preet .> Popularity. .
of tears. If a man has not a burdeD on WI' trmversallstn." "Well." replied the other, causes an early decay of the wood aud THE OAT CROP. to the stomach, prompt in
boulder, he has a burden on the other shout "I have been oat in the world, and have For the oat nm i an early
der been cheated and a'anderedand outragedand then death. In old orchards trees may crop preparation TOUT KCFT RtTKNIRd TWKNTV-roVB HOURS from the most '
'I The day I left home to look: after myself abased until I believe In universal damnation be I of tho ground as soon as it is dry A DAY SUPPLY 'l'aa DCMAMP.Pamwngers preruiTOd only IU ii; w'
found which
frequently are here on the rhmt train which whored) healthy ani'f'agreeable' substances,
and for,myself, in the wagon my father sat enough to work, followed by an early tbrench Worrrotrr, In the small bowtl of the commend it
driVIDg, and he said that day something Third-There are others who carry crest shells, little of tho trunk being left morning have notlred of late a factory which man! excellent qualities
(which has kept with me all my life: "De burdens of physical ailments. When suds beside the bark.- New Yoik Independent sowing of the seed, almost invariably ;never seems to clocr.and from whose window to all aud have made it the most. ie r 4
Witt[ it is jnanyatlmecome to a crisis of difficulty. malignant fevers take the castesof life by I Mon 11.Is BQo _
of and running. literally for said in
(You may knew that, having been sick for storm, we appeal to God; but in these chronic ----- i the later prlng months. While au Iwenty-fonr henna day with two complete Syrup of gsIs ( It s
8fteen7earl, it was no easy thing for Me to aliments which wear ont the strength day and relay of m..n. from the foreman down. Thin and II bottles by all leading druggisU. 4
support family; but ,always God came to after day, and week after week and year VALUE OF ROOTS FOR FEEDING COLTS. exceedingly important crop, a actlTlty I* due to the eitrnordlnary nopularltv Any reliable druggist who'r,
,,the rescue. I remember the time,* he said after year, how little resorting to God for The special value of root. dependsnot I rather exhausting one, it is most com- of the new eight y-nve-dollar IxjTelf diamond have it hand WUl.proo
safety bicycle, a machine which Is tiring the not on
>"when I didn't know what to do, and I sawa solace I Then people depend upon their tonics may
man on horseback riding up the farm lane, and their plasters and their cordials rather wholly upon the nutriment they monly relegated to tho field deemed very best of II&tWacUon.-JJu.: UtrabtF1TB cure it promptly for any one tyke I ;

'and he announced to me that I had been than upon heavenly; stimulant Oh, how contain, but on their result in tho d!. least desirable for other grains, and Mopped free by Pn. Kt.tin's Gnat wishes to t1'11t. Do not accept anT
nominated for the most lucrative office in few people there are completely well! Bonn I
Hong: Rr..ronllfto: No Fits after flrt "
the giftof the people of the county, and to of you by dint of perseverance and care, gestlon of other food. AU! the roots the fact that it succeeds better under n... Marvelotinrnre. Trentlm trial substitute. .'
:that office I was elected, and God in that have kept living to this time; but how you unfavorable conditions than moat bottle Iree. Dr. Kline. tCl Arch SL. Plus. Pa. CALIFORNIA FIB SYRUP .Ca .Mill
.way met all my wants, and I tell you it is have bad to war against physical ailments are completely digestible and aid very
always safe to trust Wm. Antediluvians, without medical college and much In tho digestion of hay and other grains is the probable cause of For leather and rubber belting and all kindsof SAN FRANCISCO eL R/ ''
rubber goods, send to Southern baiting CXx, louisnut. *r. Nfw row.
lOb, m 'friends what Is and apothecary shop, multipliedtheir
( ] ,, we want a practical infirmary AtUnU. Un.
tho it receive. Nov-
treatment
religion I The religion people have is so years by hundreds; but he who hat grain. Carrots aro not any more nutritious often ii f
high upaj-ou cannot reach it. In the Straitsof gone through the gantlet of disease in our than other roots except crUicloss, oats respond readily'to good --- p'- --
Magellan, I have been told there is a place time, and has come to seventy;years of age, sugar '
where whichever way a captain puts his ship is a hero worthy; of a palm. beets, which aro tho most nutritious, 'cultivation, and on a poor soil manur I Ie Ir

he finds the wind against him and there are The world seems to be a great hospital of all kinds as they contain so much ing is in necessary as for other crops. ) tiR'R
men who all their lives have been running in and you run against rheumatisms and con I
the teeth of wind, and which way to turn sumptions and scrofulas and neuralgias and sugar. But they seem to agree with Very rich land, however, is not required ::

they do not know. Borne of them may; be cores of old diseases baptized by new' nomenclature horses better than other roots and or best, for on soil so rich that
here this morning, and I address them face wh, how heavy a burden sickness w.
to face, not perfunctorily; but as one brother 1st It takes the color out of the sky half a peck: of them, sliced and oats and wheat are llabo: to lodge
talks to anotuer brother, "Cast thy burden and the sparkle out of the wave and the / ; li
from a too luxuriant of tho
upon the Lord, and He shall sustain thee. sweetness out of the fruit and the lustre out sprinkled with cornmoal, may DO given growth
I first-There are a great many men who of the night When the limbs ache, when very usefully twice a day. If thus straw there aro other crops that will rrf 1
have business burdens When we see a man the respiration Is painful when the mouthIs ,
harried and perplexed and annoyed in business hot when the ear roan with unhealthy fed. colts will need only half the usual bo more profitable.A 1 1 iCopyright. 1

life we are apt to say "He ought not obstructions, how hard it is to be patient allowance of gl'alo.-New York I good friable soil is best for tho 1 AF {
to have attempted to much/1 Ah, and cheerful and assiduous I "Cast thy burden / I M I
that man may not be to Lame at all I Whena upon the Lord." Does your head ache Time. oat, although it will (10 well on stiff no. M; '$ 1 ?

man plant a business he does not know Ells wore the thorn. Do your feet hurt HI" clay and land with l largo proportions I'lI'i/
what will be Its outgrowths, what will be its were crushed of the spikes. Is your side '111 .
roots, what will be its branches. There is painful His was struck by the spoar. Do FISH FOR FOwL1.Froih of sand or gravel if of moderately r f e .*
many a man with keen foresight and largo you feel like giving way under the burden 18 Q, 1 1 1R
fish ore devoured ns ravenously good fertility. Of all tho grains it
business faculty who has been flung into the dil weakness gave way Under a cross. Which will have
dust by unforeseen circumstances springing A prominent merchant of New York. said by fowls as by cats, especiallyif seems to bo tho ono best adapted to a you I
upon him from ambush. When to buy to a member of my family ")1, mother sickness suffering and About diamond itudt. Ever, rounir man
jwhen to sell, when to"trust and to what wants her case mentioned to Mr. Talmage." boiled before being fed. The in- great variety of soils. It is cultivated despair{ know"that he mutt have one If h* is'"In tli*

amount of credit, what will be the effect of This was the case. He said; "My mother created supplr of eggs resulting from throughout a wide range of latitude, or health, strength, and spirit ? swim upon ;the and list of Intt.nd expenses of,patting It Is really this a article s P
:this ne.w invention of machinery, what will had a dreadful abscess, from which she had You can take choice. investment,especially when yon ran get t rot>
pe the effect of that loss of crop and a thou.' suffered untold agonies: and all surgery had such food is surprising to one who and under ordinary conditions with your at such low prltM aa we are ofTtrluir, You

and other questions perplex: business ineu been exhausted upon her, and worn and has never before tried it. Care should comparatively! few injuries from insects I All chronic diseases and derangements can't low much In baring; UUmoniU. ibat.1. .*.
if buy directly from ths importer* >Uneour'awiorlnwnt.
until tie hair is silvered and deep wrinklesare worM sh. until we called in a few' you
plowed in the cheek, and the stocks goup Christian friends and proceeded to pray be exercised that they aro not fed too or diseases, thus making it, on peculiar to women rt nnil Bro.i, 07!Whitehall BU,Atlanta. J.,P.U*.Utevuns, Band
by the mountains and go down by thee about It. We commended her case to God,
for catalogue.
such food cured Dr.
continuously on as a fishy the of surest are permanently by
{ they are at their wits' end and and the abscess began immediately to be average, one our crops. tkr
ktl gTeske drunken men. cured. She is entirely; well now, aud with. flavor! will be imparted to the eggs. On ground wen prepared and sown Pierce's Favorite Prescription. '
( There never has been a time when there out knife and without any surgery" So that SOUTHERN BELTING CO.
Two or three time. a week is often on1'lylllo rapid growth of tho plants It restores the female functions

have bean such rivalries( business! as now. case ha coma to me, and there are a score of ,
It Is hardware against hardware, toots other cases coming to our ears from all parts enough. For young ducks and chick Insures the crop exemption from InJury to healthy action. It MAlfDrAOTURBM.
:against books, chandlery against chandlery, of the earth Oh ye who are sick, go to i
!Imported article against imported article. Christi! Oh ye who are worn out with ens a dally supply may be used with I by weed., and no further atton- removes the obstructions and PURE OAK-TANNED LEATHEREELTIJf'G .

lA thousand stores in combat with another agonies of body "Cast thy burden upon the benefit. ion is required until tho harvest.
thousand -stores. Never such an advantage Lord, end He thai) sustain thee!" suppressions which cause -
OT light, never such a variety assortment, Another burden some have to carry is the Ouo great advantage in portions of As showing tho ability of tho crop trouble and misery. For ,}
much splendor of .how window, burden ot bereavement Ah I these the 1 periodical Co. ,
never so are aud other stateson under Agents for Boaton Baiting
of itself
Maryland Virginia to take natural
care good -
never BO much adroitness of salesmen, never troubles that wear: us out. If we lose our I pains internal inflammation
ma much acuteness of advertising and amid property, by additional industry perhaps we the sea-coast, as locations for poultry conditions, even when the preparation The Original Manufacturers of
all severities of In buslnesi how back the fortune if ulceration and kindred
the rivalry may bring estranged ; we i ,
many men break down! Oh, the burden on lose our good name, perhaps by reformation farms, consists in the ease with I. has been faulty, good crops have ailments it is Mechanical Rubber Goods.,
the shoulder I Oh, the burden on the heart I of morals we may achieve again reputation which great quantities of cheap fish been raised on' land not ploughed in a positive rem FOtt LAWN IIOHB.
;You bear that it is avarice which drives for integrity; but who wlll bring back the The is invigorated HEAnqiMRTKBSI
these men of business through the street, dear departed Ala mel for these empty can be procured by netting.-[American ho spring, by simply harrowing in edy. system 40 Decatur St., Atlanta, Co.

and that is the commonly accepted idea. I cradles and these trunks of childish toys that Poultry Yard. ho seed but such cultivation is not the blood enriched, digestion -
do not believe word of It. will never be used again. Alas me! for the ,
t Ahl my friend,, do you say that God does empty chair and the silence in the halls that dvlsed. Without any question, the improved, melancholy For Sale !
about worldly business !. will echo to those familiar foot
not care anything :your: never again: and dispelled. *
\rinrrixo HOUSES. nervousness
food) for and
oat is the leading horses
? I tell you God knows more about it steps. Alas I for the cry of widowhood and ,

than you knows He knows all yourferplexities or What utter: Professor Wagner, iu writing upon itl rapidly increasing nso as a human: It's a legitimate: medicine, the
He what-mortgagee about to Marahs in the wilderness Sta0W0NDSAFES.
!foreclose; ; He knows what note you cannot what cities of.'the dead what long black the subject of whipping horses, says: food is yearly adding to its importance only one that's guaranteed to .

pay; He knows what unsalable goods you shadow from the wing of death what eye "Many think they are doing finely and al a farm crop. give satisfaction in the cure I Must be Bold! Cheap for Cash.
have oa your shelves; He knows all your sunken with grief, what' hands tremulouswith te
trials, from the day you took hold of the first bereavement, what instrument of are proud of their success in horse To the above It may be added), as of all "female complaints." Addrew via Cheslait.OIlNIIOI'f Ht.,,PAnKER C'aaUaaeBgat Coy T.... }
yardstick down tot sale of the last yard music shot now because there are no fingers training by means of severe whipping,
the remit of three
of ribbon, and the God who helped David to to play on them I Is there no relief for such years' experiments 1
tie king and who helped Daniel to be prime souls Aye, let the soul ride into the harbor or otherwise arousing or stimulatingthe with oat. at the Illinois station, that DOJIAtD KENffEDY KING COTTON
minister, and who helped Havelock to be a of text. I
soldier, will help yon to discharge all your Th my soul that en Jesus bath leaned for repose, passions, and through necessity lie largest yield of grain in 1888 and Boy or tell your Cotton onJONES ;

duties. to see I will not I wet not ttten to Us foes: crushing the will through which the 890 was from 21.2 bushels 9f seed 1
(When loss corm and'you find your prop- That soul, thou S all bill abaU .nde.ror to ihike, Cotton 8cal I11
Ing, just take this Book and put it IU never, no aver no error onaka. ,resistance is prompted. No mistakecan per acre, and In 1889 from S 1.2 bush- $ BUT ap?.. ;

;downy your ledger, and read of the eternal There are many who carry the burden ot be greater than this, and there is ole. With one exception: sowing priorto 01 QOXBDBY JI18SS" Sags : $605.Ton Urms add,... w
,
,
:possessions that will come to you throughour sin Ah we all carry it until in the appoint Or: IJI'01U.TO"'
Lord Jesus ChrIst. And when your ed way; that burden Is lifted. We need no nothing that so fully exhibit. tho ability April 1 gave the best results. The N. Y.
business! partner betrays :you: and your Bible to prove that the whole race Is ruined. judgment and skill of the real
'friends'turn against you, just take the luulting What a spectacle it would be if we court depth of .owing giving tho best Kennedy's Medical Discovery CALENDAR .116.11./ bj
the table of human defilement or horseman the care displayed! in J.mA T E."fa tatkitr./"'/. eon t
letter, put it down oa put tear off the mask ; as results varied from one to four inches iTr...ifoc ...e&Cllto.a60.. lru.
your Bible beside the insulting letter, and beat a drum that would bring up the whole winning instead of repelling the actionof I cures Horrid Old Sores, Deep- .-d..,lgn i for _.......OOJ'}
then read of the friendship of Him who army ot the world's transgressions deception and was not'tho same in any two scaons. Book WI1e .
'".ticketh closer than a brother." the fraud, and the rapine, and the his mind. Although it may be Of the many varieties tested Seated Ulcers of 40 years' 1891 Cook v.:!: T4SMrfHDF.AL
1 A :young: accontant in Hew York City got murder,and the crime of all these centuries
'his accounts entangled. He knew he was Aye if 1 could sound the trumpet of naurrectlon necessary to uso the whip sometimes hero appears to have been a striking standing, Inward Tumors, and :=;

fbonest, and yet he could not make his account In the soul of the best men ia this it should always be applied judiciously, lifferenco in the of the largest r"ACTICA&.c:
; come out right, and be tolled at them audience and all the dead sins of the past yield every Disease of the Skin except tcoLhaac
-.tc.
,day and night until he was nearly frenzied. should come up we could not endure the and great care should be taken not to producers when compared with each I .a..; rl "' /
lit books that something and dire has put It. clutch Thunder Humor and v F'
seemed those grim $
by sight arouse the passions or excite the obstinacy. ,
Bini clutch other in different -[New York .kUNlle, ya
had been misappropriated and he knew" be- upon immortal soul!, and that years. : .
/f tor God he was honest. The last day came. will never relax unless it be under the heel The legitimate and proper World. Cancer that has taken root ;,iiabti;
He knew if he could not that day make his of Hint who came to destroy the works of the is calculated to ,, a* bow. wiUt
'acctomrt CTM out right he would go into the devil. use of whip operate Price, $1.50. Sold by every O- --PlllMa I & ill. !look .i...
GARDEN NOTES.
disgrace l go into banishment from the Oh. to have a mountain of sin on the soul! upon the sense of fear almost entirely. null AXD iteul.rak.tru".I>..
,business* establishment He weat over there Is there no way to have the burden moved Push the early hatched chickens by Druggist in the United States Atta.lau..Ul&eWt! ) WWtolaU.
and better
The affectionate nature '
the Lord.
,very early before there was anybody the Oh. yes. 'Cast thy burden upon -- .
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.place, and be knelt down at the desk and The sinless\ One came to take the consequences must be appealed to in training horses liberal feeding and Canada. -A.N.U.-,.-.-..-........"Tw.otl.Four, .t.
knowest I have trial of sin And 1 know He is inearnestpI -
aid* "Oh, Lord Thou our ----
to be honest, bnt I cannot make these things How do 1 know it? By the strolAm- a. well as iu training Children; but if Always separate any fowls that

come this morning out right ff I Help me to-da1-belp nit say '"Come and unto the Me streaming all ye who hands are wear* He only the passions aro excited the object show any indications of sickness. Is Life W orihLiving--

The young man arose and heat 'knowing and heavy laden and I will give you rest. if depraving and injurious. This Ducks and geese can be plucked
why be did*o opened a book lay on the Why will prodigals live on ..wlnea'husk.
and the ring and the is a vital principle, and can be disregarded now whenever the feathers aro ripe.A ;
deaf, and there was a leaf containing a line when the robe; No--Not If Your Bowels are Out of Order1. ,
of figures which explained everything. In Fathers welcome are ready desert Why of go wan- In the management of sensitiveand change of feed is desirable, u the 1
other words, he cast his burden upon the derive&:over the great Sahara your !JI:': t.
,Lord and the Lord sustained him. Young tin when you are invited to the gardens of courageous horses only at the risk Cowls tire of one kind if given toolong. .'
do bear that God God. the trees of life aad the fountains of :\.. -.
man, yes
yon of them. I have known
that spoiling
kind and homeless many .
sympathy with anybody .is iu any living water Why be hooseiees [ -
of toil! He knows how heavy is the hod of forever when you may become the tons horses of a naturally gentle characterto If the fowls refuse their feed, or jt .
bricks that workman carries op the ladder and daughter of[ the Lord God Almighty
of the wall Be hears the pickax: of the be spoiled by whipping once, and do not eat it up clean, let them miss a .

miner down the coal shaft; He !knows how one horse that was made vicious by meal two. .
strong the tempest strike the sailor at masthead Life of ft Submarine able.A or 1
; He sees the factory girl among the being struck with a whip once while Even incubator chickens will be the dk
piodle*ani knows bow her arms ache; He standing in his stall."-[New York
sees the sewing woman in the fourth story submarine eable has a life of ten 01 better for running out on warm, ALL RIGHT.

and know bow few pence sba. get for making dm. twelve :yean. If a cable breaks ID deepwater ( Herald. pleasant days. WILL FIX YOU
asarmenttndlouderthan alt the after it Is ten old it cannot
and roar of the city"Cast come the burden voice ot a be lifted for repairs, ss:yean it will break of COST Or GKOWISO BEKT Care must always be taken not to Cures Dlarrh ea. Dysentery,Cramps Summer Complaint

sympathetic God He,ahalllUlt&iA thy thee. upon Its own weight. On this account CAble Nearly all estimates of profit in beet crowd the young poultry in too close and all Stomach 'Troubles of Man Woman or Child.

Second-Thee.are greatman y who havea companies are prepared to put aside a sugar manufacture put the cost ofgrowing.aud quarters at night. Mb.tU.le. II has .e coal. V..r ir..I..r .errfca.lwlU_ttrltf lt. 5
Take a
weight ot persecution and abuse upon large reserve fund m order they maybe _
them. Sometimes society gets a grudge prepared to replace the cables every delivering the crop much Hake your hens scratch for a living -

against a -, and.n. his AU food bis motives eedau.are depredated. misinterpreted tea years. The action of the tea eats the too low. The manufacturer could -but put grain where scratching will LOVELLDI oyD SAFETY

With more virtue than some ot the Iron away so completely as to turn the figure out ft profit if the farmer were get it, or scratching will not make
honored and applauded ha againstraillery OuUide coating to dust or sediment
When willing to work for nothing and board ----
sharp criticism. a man while the core U still intact. The bre k- them live. ._

bociu togo down 1M has not only the tore ige of an ocean cable is a very costly acjidtnt himself. Most of the attempts to $TIICTLY I/ON/ GRADE IN EYEIT PARTICULAR

ot to nsttaral help lab gravitation; ia the precipitation., bat a hundred Men hands are owing to the difficulties to be make beet sugar have failed from this A Petrified llimaa Body ,.A tis s .4 M pe er.ar x40 aN 4k14as1 j jekt

per ecut 4 tor their virtues and thar suocesaca. encountered w repairing it. It often cause. After trying it one year, or When the body of William Iraes, gssa, Ills, Rwelv.n, $portls goods of Ali Hide, sla
Oermantmt said be had lost necessary in case of a break to t CAN
as
Becomes Ind. JIOeTON. ]fA tl.
many bitter aatagtnlste as ha awl adorn iharter a ship s>t $S00 per day for several perhaps two, farmers have refused togrow which wu buried at Cornnns, JOIN P. z iI Itletee Co. I

manta)t.laUU The character weak:eyes tntntrlrnts of ."1'.t I* so leal.OUST lustrous !days in leocessioa trying to fix upon the beets for nothlnn, even to help a &"years ago, was disinterred recently BE1fEUY run /'ATAna1LhasL ltadat bus.. r i+'-'
If location where the cable was paned. The for it wa found that it was --PIMra A ante 4 eerWrt Y.f
cannot bear to look at it. was their promising Industry bounty of shipment lkadit ket.aF wu L
integrity that put Joseph ia the pit and two cents ft pound which the petrified, with every feature preserved CuI i In Uw ryA
govern
DaaMl m tile 00, the fire BELATED BT KETTSAL.
and ant John EvaaSnagelrscthto deaoiaUTaticaa brother-in-law of ment will pay o. beet,maple or cane perfectly, even the hair. At the time A .. .r t rIt
ajrf Calvin to the castl "There goes a
: ofpr.etw
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rim, and John auaa to tU staka, and Korahttor I mine. sugar made ia this country will Intensify of burial Imes weighed 180 pounds. .

ilnses. and Baal after DavU. and .. "Didn't know you h4 any.* I this feeling. It 1 It given onlyto His petrified body now weighs 493 b an C IWItllln& 01 whk'lI a 11III&I1 patUele 11 IpPile4l1 '
Herod attar Christ. Il. It have asatrUs J'J1aI,1iIJr. tluld II' WUrrm. Y&u
sore you "Oh, yes; the girl be married promised I esembies *hard R".11Ai itii4 -
do church state and quantities 500 I pounds. The body ,
aytaJac to for or you to be a sister! to quite a number of exceeding poundsNew '- 1

attamptn will_.trikvoa wjih, aU 7f1III.r.. the.lightning us fellows."Washington Post. I if part of this bounty i* obi : limestone. ti





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y Industryon dozen or more little shoots appear
The Oront the Pineapple linst Coast. around the base of the crown called x1i tf.:2: NEGLIGEE SHiRT

crown lots. In the case 01 choice varieties o-s LZt ,
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Continuing his remarks on pineapple these also are planted, making C OQ Mrj t s ,
,('ulturc,1ft. W. W. James, In the Florl- plants as good as any in the end, though A, t. I Vm AND7CnDNrDsSO3El. l
Ida Ag'/' culturlir says r : taking a longer time. The slips are the j; L'J t::! =a n
shoots around the base of the fruit. ::1 ; THUS
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ON KEY 1.AI100, d n :. ,
These are ordinarily planted. Each fruit r ty m tI b -3
one of the most northern of that long spike produces from five to twelve slips. Cx .... ':-Z: f' __ Are the Proper Thing for Gentlemen to Wear this Weather ;'
Chain of coral Islands that stretch away When the pineapple is ripe it Is cut just g. H C
southward, fully 100 miles to Key West, above the slips leaving them on the 0 la4 ;
just across Biscayne Day, here seven stem. These slips continue to grow, 8 [ yrs s WE HAVE THEM
Om0
wide front Miami on the mainland e .. o !:lEi
miles and are usually left on a month or more ... o. I t'I1
i Is this most notable 'Island, the after the fruit Is removed to attain larger 0 en tf: : r
largest of them all, and now famous for size before planting. By the term suckers JIJ 0 csj :> f t I' "I'i '''
thu ubiinJinro of Its Ill ol\JplcR. Springing is meant the, shoots appearing near ; AA S ,c. t% ) o !. tf.:21: ': Also Black Satin Suspenders :

from tills rocky, but still fertile soil, the root of the plant, and which are the == : g> IIIa foj ; PDt :::::: ,
!d f'V 0
Is a tropical vegetation, that has truly a largest of all. They produce' light oor'I:" '1 =a M; t'" '". White Satin Lining, at One Dollar.
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marvclouilltfowth. crop of fruit the first season, after plant- .CJ .
On one of the farms, consisting of Ing, but are not regarded as making so l'O C cm !: : kJ j n &
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about seventy acres, which Is taken as a healthy plants as the slips. The crowns r oo g f'.c' S; The Finest_ Thing Out.
of the others dense S tI'f' i -
sample are clumps are l'IuelYllold, except of the choice va ; fZga ClJI'
of pineapples, covering some ten acres, rieties. The suckers are worth about fIJ Q C 'E!. _
and In regular blocks of two acres In ex twice as much as the slips. t; e o O CI o p
; tf.:2: CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS SHOES A
tent-the roadway being about six feet ,
GREAT ACBKAOK. :l 2: Z
wide. The plants were very fine, even .e:
in their growth, and so thick that it did There are plantations of 200 acres in .l 2: x fi} Y2 51 H 1 ra;

not seem possible for the pickers to get extent on the Keys hall;:while the pine fields o !. S'IIJQ( ooVg m_ HyH J. P. TURNER & COGrocerieSj
sometimes mile from the 1:1:1:
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are M
through them to gather the fruit. : CIJ :
There Is not a horse and wagon on the wharves, all fruit and slips being carriedin A S' s ren LIJ t'I1 p tiH
island fact due to the rocks and, large Cuban-made baskets, on the
a mosquitoes g
; all the pines being carried downto heads of the negro laborers. There are "" ""C ::;:0'OS"H F ;1 E. L. RRaa: .:C Y.,
the boats In large flat baskets, on the no Insect enemies worth naming, which a e- ---,1- -- g- =
beads of the pickers,' and some Idea of attack the pineapple.The C. } S sn :::1 =
the amount of work this Involves may bo main variety in cultivation in fc>> p fD rr Et'I1 Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
inferred, when from this field 00,000 dozn Florida is variously known as Black .. C ,

.! pines (they count everything there by bpanlsh, Scarlet Key Largo, Havana, i IJfJ .' I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
the .dozen) were shipped last season. Red Spanish, Cuban Strawberry, etc. a n iu
Among these pines grow at frequent Intervals This Is the ordinary pineapple of export, & 'N M ... """""" Staple Sc Fancy Groceries, :Fruit

but especially outside of them, fruit short, somewhat tun shaped or ( Q And Food ProductsOf
various tropical fruits, such as sugar bulging In the middle, ruddy yellow! I -- All Kinds. Also My Stock of
apples, sour sops, alligator pears, sapo- when ripe, protuberances swelled very
tliUas, tamarinds, etc., but over all hung large; flavor sub-acid, a good fruit when Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
like a funeral pall, the ever-present well ripened. ,
rloud of mosquitoes, thirsting for gore, Sixty-five varieties are named,embracing BREVARD COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President. Ground Food and Wheat.I .
to say nothing of the Incisive sand-fly the most of those heretofore enumer- am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above line of
ALBERT A. TAYLOR
bent on the same diabolical mission. ated In this series of articles as well as: Secretary. Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
But still you marvel, as well you may, many not named. In the Key West your patronage. Very truly +
at the luxuriant growth of everything.You market, all pines with a growth lees than STATE BANK INDIAN RIVERREAL E. L. :an.ADY.
feast ou the delicious fruits, and twelve Inches (four Inches dlamlter,) are
wonder what manner of soil It Is, a hand- rejected alike by shippers and purcha- ,

ful of which, In the crevices of the rocks, sers. COCOA FLORIDA.Incorporated ESTATE GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
will produce such astonishing results That the pineapple industry south of Attorney-at-Law. AttorneyatLaw.Members .
But we are a full degree below the frost latitude 29 is certain to become a vast 1880.CAPITAL
line, and that accounts for It, in pal'dnd \- one, is absolute sure, it Is lucrative of Brevard Abstract of Title Company. .
a large part; while a rich soil Is icHponsiblo whether under the expensive protecting EXCHANGE
fur the halanco. sheds, necessary between latitude 27 and : ,
The cultivation of everything hero 30, or In the open fields below latitude Paid Up, $2 ,OOO.I Robbins & Graham

consists, chiefly In pulling up such weeds 27 which Dr. Hanson of Ft. Myers, Authorized, $100,000. COCOA Indian River FLA. ,
or bushes as may spring up, and that affirms to be the "true pineapple line," ,
only has to be done the first season the and which crosses the State from about
pines are set. After that they choke the lower end of Indian River to the upper ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE.
out everything vine and for three yearsAt end of Charlotte Harbor or from Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and ,

least, they remain undisturbed, ex- Jupiter to Punta Gorda. But the line
cept to remove the surplus suckers. might well be placed nearly a degree DIRECTORS: Exchanged.
The old plants are then gathered and farther north or from Melbourne on one O. S. IIxnnicE, President. We have For Sale a Large List of! Carefully Selected Indian
burned, and In their place tomatoes are side, to Tampa on the other. JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President. P" All Inquiries will be promptlyand
grown for a year or two, or it may be K. B. HOLMES, Cashier. reliably answered. Fire Insurance
turned out entiiely to rest, until a new Taken from llockledge, ALBERT A. TAYLOR, J. M. SANDERS, written In standard companies at lowest River Properties
J. F. WOOTEN.
Hot of pines are planted. rates.

U. C'I.E SAM SPEAKS. a St.On Thursday Lawrence Canoe night,, June 10ft. long 11th, 1891 built! Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Line

We comlento and partly metamorphose of cedar trimmed with hard wood'; Canal, and Transportation Co.
the Interesting report on pineapples sharp at both ends, round bow, decked
to be found In bulletin No. 1 of the over both ends with strips of cedar and CA.1'\T.AL LAN"DS.Fl : .
United Mates Department of Agriculture with The Clyde Steamship Co.
oak, three seats-two stationary, '
Southern Jacksonville
and as follows; back seat loose, to slip under aft deck. Railway, Tampa & Key West Railway Company
The culture of the pineapple In Florida Entire boat finished in hard oil. Patent Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,

was tint begun, at least to any considerable oar-locks, with a narrow opening on top. and other Low Priced Lands.
extent, by Bon). Baker, of Key Two sots of oar-lock's thimbles, and one '
IFcst. who about the year of 1800, pro.cured pair spoon oars. THoxxoy: to Xsocixx uOLlxvcvys on. IBC tX3.ci.
slips from Havana, and planted a I offer $10 reward for delivery of boat, At Ten and Twelve per cent, in rums to tuit.

.umall patch by way of experiment on or $20 with party or parties who took .dit. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
Plantation Key. The almost fabulous her. Any information can be sent to
realized by Mr. Baker for the first Address box 108
few A. S. MAO RUDER,.Rockledge, Fla. 19 p.o. Titusville,: Fla.
yean, soon induced others to plant .
large auieages, until at the present time, OO- ...... '_ ...
thousands of Item from the -> ', .. ..- ED: I A.R.D
thus
acres are occupied. The following clipped ". -11 :: STILIN'
The bulk of the clop Is grown on Key Ft. Madison, (Iowa,) Democrat, contains __,..- ,- .''''IQ-'t. *

Largo, Matacombe, Plantation Key andMenitt'l Information well ,worth remembering: _. o'.!!.,-.. :; ,.,. #!- ...". 'i_ : Island and on the lower half of -.:::. ,;;., _" _.. '_: -L: ;. .-. ..-: ,
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who met
Indian lUver.! (Allusion is hero made to "Mr. John Roth of this city, Dealer in

the extensive pineries of Orange county, with an accident a few days ago sprain-

including-heretofore that of, ((described.Jen. San ford's) They at BeJalr are- ing and bruising his leg and arm quite. Now York:, Charleston and Florida Lines.The PAINTS, HARDWARE STOVES, TINWARE & AGATEWARE, '

also grown !largely on, and below the severely, was cured by one 60 cent bottle PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY, TABLE

Caloonahatcheo river. of Chamberlain's Pain Balm." This & POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
The report then alludes at some romedy is without an equal for sprains magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed & WIRE CLOTn.DOOE1..S .

length, to tho effects of the disastrous and bruises and should have a place in to sail as follows :
freeze of January 1880 which : SASEE :EJLXNDS>
destroyed : 3R
houshold. For sale by Dixon & (STANDARD TIME.)
or greatly Injured the pines everywhere every From New York. From Jacksonville. Lime & Cement Shingles & Lath.
In the State. The farmers of Key Largo Gray. !!' 4t (Her 29,E.K.) STEAMER Florida. ,

claim that a fair profit is made where Wednesday May 2rthat3 p. ....,."CHEROKEE."........Tuesday, June 2d. at l.no P.M. Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gauze
they can sell their fruit in Key West at Fort Pierce. Friday May 29tb,at S P. .....;.YKMA88K /'........Thursday, Jnne 4th at 2.30 P... Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
i Monday June letatSP.M.'SEMINOLE'.Sunday, June nth, at 5,00x... ARTESIAN WELL PIPE '
live cents each. Lost Hummer, one a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
year Wedne llayJune 3d, at 8 P. .."IROWOIS.Tuesday, June Oth, at 6.30 A.M. '
ago, pineapples were selling in Upper Friday June Bth, at 3 P. "AFXiONOUIX.."......Thursday, June llth, at 8,no A.M. Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
21atacombu: and Key Largo at from 25 to Capt. John ZeUame in at the Inlet Monday June Bth, at 3 P. .....:"CHKROKEK,1'. .......Sunday, June 14th, at 1030 A.M. Chimney Pipe; Flags & Banting;
from his trip to the Keys. Wednesday.June 10th, at 3 p. ...... June 16th at U.oonoon Table and Pocket
yesterday, Mouldings
0 cents dozen for Red ..YKMA&lKKt".Tu".tIJOy Cutlery; Scroll Work etc.
per pSanlsh, Friday, June 12th at 8 P. ...... .........Thursday, June 18th, at 1.80 P.M. etc.
$1.20 per dozen for Sugar Loaf, and 60 Mr. Richard Quay was down at St. Monday June 15th at S P. ........IROyUOIS,'*.........Sunday June 21st, at 8.00 P.M. Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondence
rents apiece for Porto Klcos-which Luole last week, on a business visit. Wedne.daJuna 17th at 3 p. .AI.lI01\lQPIN.Tne.day, June 23d, at B.OO A.M. solicited and estimates furnished promptly.J.S.Watson.
were low Friday June 19th, at 8 P. M....."CHEROKEE/1........Thur dal. June 2Sth at 6.30 A."
very prices. DeSteuben has been here the Monilay, June ZM, at 3 P.Wednesday 111....."YLMAS8EK/1: .......Similar, June 2rttb at 9.30 A.M.
The soil on these Keys, wherever the Mr. past .June 24th, at 8 P. M....."HhMlNOLE"..._ .....Tuesday, June Seth at 11.30 A.M.
pineapple thrives the best, consists of week, assessing our land for taxes. Friday, Jane 2Utb at 8 P. M. :"IROgUOIS.Thursday, July 2d, at 1.00 P.M. '
i\ very thin stratum of loaf mould Monday June IWth, eta p. M."ALOONQ1fIN.Sunday. July Bth, at 3.00 P.M.
pro We are glad to see that they have
duced by the decayed leaves of the natural started on the church again, and hope it s Co.

which forests Indeed underlaid is often not by covered coraiUne by rock any, will soon be completed.From St. Johns River Line.For ,

-noil at alL A new clearing Is made every all reports, slips are going to be

year; brush and logs are burned, and the very scarce this year, so we shall not be Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on C01n1Uission
land set out to slips without any nrevltous able to get half what we want.

digging or cultivation whatever. A new trade-boat, the "Norwegian," the St. Johns River. -
It Is Impossible to use either hoes plows, called here Sunday. I think she halls AND
or any other ordinary agricultural impli- from around St. Sebastian.The .
meats on account of the Steamer "EVERGLADE"
everpresentrock.
past week we have had very FORWARNNG1VIERCHANTSI
stormy weather, with but little rain here; Leaves Jacksonville for Sanford Rundays Tuesdays and Thursdays,at 3 JO P.M. Return- !
The slips are stuck In at random, Ing,leaves Sanfurd Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays,at 10 A.M.
in for soaker. (
from but last Sunday set a good
eighteen inches to three feet apart,
whenever a niche In the rocks will ac- The Florida Canning Company's trade- Steamer "WELAKA"

'comodate them, or where enough soil boat, "Irene," Capt. S. Carrow, went up Leaves Jacksonville for Sanford Mondays and Fridays, at 8.30 P... Returning, leaves Dealers i in Fertilizers
can be scraped around the base of the the river last week to be pulled out, and Sanford Sunday.and Wednesdays,at 4.00 A.M. ,
blip to keep It from falling over. They overhauled and painted- The above steamers are fitted up with first-class accommodations for passengers and the
tables will be.uppUed with best in market. P. Henderson & CO'
8 Garden
never receive any further cultivation Harry Harvey and our genial storekeeper Seeds,

than the pulling of the weeds by hand, a Mr. P, Cobb, paid Ten Mile General Passenger and Ticket Off ice,88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.F. "
limloult and disagreeable employment, Creek a visit on Sunday but we are &
when the plants become of any size, ow- afraid they must have a very, wet J..O.M.PKLOT IRONMONGER Freight Agent,Jr. Florida on wharf Passenger foot Hogan Agent Street,88 West,Jacksonville Bay St.,Jacksonville Fla. ,Fla. Orange Boxes, (Crates paper.

ing to the sharply serrated leaves of the JOHN L. HOWARD,1 Florida Freight Agent,foot Laura Street,Jacksonville.Fla.
plant They are usually set out In July -' ride.The J.A.LEHLI B.Superintendent foot Laura Street,Jacksonville,Fla.TUKO. .
or and Alliance held a meeting on Satur : .O.UKB: ,Trafflo Manager B Bowling Green hew< York. CEMENT PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS
August the FOR LIME
is months of fruit day. They Intend giving a picnic on the MARSHALL II.CLYDK Asst.Trafflo Manager,6 Bowling Green New York. OCALA
produced in eighteen from the Fourth. The Sunday School people also Agents for the C. F. T.
date' of REFRIGERATOR CARS.
planting. When suckers are Intend having one the same day. We WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents.,
planted a small crop of fruit Is produced will unite and all together ,Will Fnrnlsh Cut When Desired and see that
hope they go ; they are
the following spring or On 1* South Wharves,Philadelphia. a Bowline Green,New York. properly LOADED ICED BUM-
summer. then we shall have a good time. AU ED, and TBACED to DestUaUon.
the
Keys it usually blossoms in January who can Join us that day are cordially We will all kinds of Fruits
and
perfects its main crop by June. vited. Buy Vegetables, Furs and Skins; in fact
At about the time of the first plant. we will Buy and Sell anything offered to
ing of the pineapple slips the same clear. Mr. S. A. Harvey brought over to the :INDIAN: RIVER: :eO'JEJ:..., us.
solicited
ing la also planted out In tropical fruit Store but week a basket of turn Correspondence on any wants you may have.

trees, usually Lime, Alligator containing ten in number, which Respectfully J. s. CO'
WATSON &
pears ,
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the scales at pounds. They
forty-one
Sugar _
apples, Sapodilhw, fifteen or twenty TITUSVILLEIndian == = ==
feet were the ordinary pineapples, and were
apart, and in five or six years,
when the pineapples have appropriated raised on his homestead on Ilutchlnson's T. 3T. EATON
the most of the strength of the soil, and Island. Some people say they cannot be River ,
have become no longer worth the trou- raised on the peninsula In this section, Fla.
ble of weeding the fruit tree have .... but this certainly shows that It can be DISTILLER.PURE .
med at a bearing age and produce fruit done. -

for a number of years, In great profu- W. T. HABBIX. ......
Mon, but of small size and comparative- L M. MABBETTE, SOTJI :1\1I"\ : A..SH
Jy poor quality. In ten or twelve years A Bargain in Pineapple Landa PBOPB. VVISK.: .Y.

from the time of planting the pineapple Distillery & Warehouse '
: LYNCHBURG
plants, there is quite a profitable tropical About 80 acres of as good pineapple TERN
grove to repay the labor and time of land. can be found on Indian River, Open AU The Year.
the planter. On Indian River and the situated between Eden and Ankona; T. J. Eaton & Co., Agents Titusville Fla.
Gulf Coast the plants are usually set fronting on the river, in the very heart ,
two by three feet, commercial and homenude of the pineapple section, on Pineapple Only a few minute
fertilizers applied and Ridge. Price $75. per acre. Land on walk from Hallway depot
cultivation given. The plants are know each aide of It held at from one to two and Steamboat landings ADVERTISE
&II crown slips, or sets and suckers hundred dollars per acre. Must be sold this Paper.
rte crowns or tops are cut or twisted Inside of 80 days Address, J. P. Turner On the banks of the
into the top of the fruit far-famed Indian River
; occasionally.a TUusville, Fla. 16e Term
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