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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: July 3, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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LOCAL -Miss Julia Roberts, Cocoa's prominent leave r .
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town without
WJRTMLY NEWS buying -Mr. M. W. LIchty will remain In Rockledge. \ '.
milliner, was in town Friday last something at The Bazaar Tampa ton days longer ,

Blotters to be given away at the ADVOCATE -Mf.,.A. S. Mngrudcr, of Rockledge, --- ,>>
Society and -A splendid line of hats received'
General Ooiwlp In connection office by calling for them. has recovered his lost canoe. Just Uuftdlng at Rockledgo lion the boom '.
with Indian Hirer and Lake Worth MNtloni >. at the Bazaar. -! .
daring past week. Brief. mention of Ttrrnty Thousand Dollar to loan at -Fourth of July. Go to Mrs. Dels- Mr. White's house U All enclosed. U ",

rand Programme of Interesting Event J Abont People Yon 10 per cent it taken quick; in sums to ncr's for cold lunches, Ico cream and -Mr. Olive II. King, of Marrietta, Ga., Is to be A very nice house, with four teem
Know, and People Ton Don't Know- suit. Robbing & Graham. 13tf refreshments. 20"2.For "y. was In town A day or so this week.ty rooms. '
Picked Up by Our Society. Editor. I
By subscribing 1.60
-Mr. Jas. Mitchell, Is in town again, sale, lands on Indian and St. per annum It In rumored that Mr. Wheeler will be

ports &: Amusements Advertisements having returned from his trip to the Lucie rivers. All choice selections, for for the ADVOCATE:, It will only cost you down In the early fall to build Another ., i
under this headIng .
Three Cents 7Vr II Vr*, lt t lower river pineapples, lemons, truck and bananas. honse.Mr .
are ten cents per lino per week. I to any part of the United States
-Stop at the Travelers Hotel when On term to suit. Address, Frank A, S. Magrnder la making Trangetnehts '
: -Ice cream soda at the you -J.D. Crnbb Co. have moved Into
nil be Held "Bazaar" on Forster Orchid Fla 14'AsiatantPostmastor
FRIDAY 3rd go to Jacksonville; under the manage- to havo A pretty cottage put i
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the 3rd and 4th. *1Mr. their now premises. Anyone wanting a
ment of Burton If. Barn. See advt. on H. Dfeyer on his lot on the avenue.
F. C. Allcn.of Ooorglana, visited 3rd page. -t.f seems to be filling his position very nice cool drink can get It at this popular -Ut. Hancock Is rushing work on Mr.

Lively Day Anticipated town on Monday.Rev. .The Pall Mall Gazelle, London, refer. creditably, and Is winning golden opinions saloon. I Mtrvrln's cottage, on his pretty comer ,
B. F. Brown from his -Miss )(. K. Woodward and Miss,
has been to Long- ring to the statement published in the our townspeople for strict lot on Barton avenue. 1
wood this week to attend attention to business and Laura Woodward, of St. Augustine,
an ordination. society newspapers which have connected courtony.Qulok. Mr. A. S. Magrudor and wife took a

CUT- RACES, BASEBALL, FOOT lie returned home Wednesday. Lady Brooke with I the Inquiry arising -- Cheap, for rash, A nearly were stepping/ the Indian River Hotel trip to Melbourne leach last week.
i on Wednesday
RACES, GREASY POLE, -1. P. Turner': Co. keep'the best from the baccarat Incidents at Tranbury new cat-rigged boat, V bottom, left long, They report having A very pleasanttlme. '

BASKET DINNER, line of shoes and clothing to be found Croft, says that It Is understood that 71ft. beam, with cabin, and fully rigged. -In con\(Mimnco of a "broak-down" Sunday School Is hold regularly

DANCING. on Indian River. *1 Lady and Lord Brooke have instructedMr. For particulars address A. B. Otwell, to the steamer St. Augustine/ she stopped Sunday afternoon, At the Presbyterian(

Postmaster Scrlmgeour has been George Lewis to take criminal proceedings Brantlcy Fla. -lt at Ban Oalllo for A short tlmo on Church, and Is pretty well Attended la 'e ;
Wednesday, the St. Lurle bringing
LITARY'DRILL. TITUSVILLE having his grounds cleaned up and neatly against any newspaper circulating -Mr. H. 'L. Yard, book-koppor for her freight and in the up spite of the warm weather.Mr. .
put In order. these "unfounded and malicious libels. J. S. Watson A; Co., who has been here passengers eve
;4 BRASS BAND. ning. C. E. Cook Is putting some faagyceiling ;
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'' -Mr. J. J. Flannery, of Clifton, has for some months past, will leave to- In his cottage, and It looks as Jf }
OFFICERS: been spending a couple of days In town -Our readers are requested to look morrow,morning for his home at Rob- -Mr. Guy I. Mctenlf, of the TropicalSun lie Intended sonw one oleo to occupy It "

;, H. Ray, gen'l. manager; J. P. Goldsh : this week. out for a rich treat today, July 3rd. Insvllle, N. J. Mr. Yard expects to return returned! from hU trip to Pulatka with him.

secretary: S. D. Geiger, treasurer. There will be a Marionette and Punch ; In October, when ho will go to Miami and Jacksonville on Wednesday, find '
-Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and A literary society has boon formed:
TRANSPORTATION: son, sold he haul secured two good printer
and Judy show at the store of J. W. to reside on his homesteadTo
S. Jones, E. B. Wager, J. S. Wat- Claude, of Eau Gallic, are in town, on while away. lIe loft for Juno same hero, which moots every Wednesday
a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins Rogers & Co. Performances will commence profitably celebrate the 4th call evening. night, at the Rook Lodge House. Vf.<
RECEPTION COMMITTEE: at 230 and 4 tfO In the afternoon, at Altreo' Supply store, and take home .
understand had
they A good attendance
R. Wilson Geo. B. -J. W. Rogers A Co. have been dress- and 7:30 In the This bedroom -Capt.H. Granger, the popular agont
Mayor; Rumph, evening. Is the a suit or your choice out of one and have very time
Walton Dr. Jno.M.Dlxon.Dr. ing their window this week in a style of the Line who him boon down / pleasant
i first show of this kind ever given on Indian of the largest varieties In the south. *1 Clyde ,
B '.M. Goldsmith,. Frank 'T. Budge, worthy of any store In a large city. It River, and those who fall to s&, It the river, returned t
fpt. J, H. Smith. is very neatly and attractively decorated.Mr. will miss one .f the grandest treats of schedule-In consequence of the steamer of the change of Saturday. Capt. Granger has purchased still being pushed Ahead., All 'the oloo-

PROGRAMME. Frank Everett returned to town, the season. Admission, 25cts. Sweeney, Mr land on the lower river, on which lie In- trio: lights, water and ga& pipe, are put
rART* BRASS BAND-9 TO 10:30: A.M. Tuesday evening, from his visit to New Libbey asks us to state that, ho will be tends setting out pineapples.A In phvco, Atid the lathing I Is well under
i. F. Atkinson, J. A. Pritchard. S. A. -Mrs. Evelyn Walker well known In unable to conduct a vocal clam on Tuos- The tin roof U
her, Tom Mitchell, L. A. Brady.NERAL Haven, Conn., and left for Fort Pierceon this city, died during confinement In day evenings; but will endeavor to do so glance Into the Weather Bureau way. nearly completed.Tho 1

AMUSEMENTS-10:30: to 12 M. Wednesday. While away,' Frank London, England, on May 20. The husband later on, when due notice will.bo givenIn office, would make it appear as If Mr. J. lost has been found. The fine
lowell Titus, J. D. Crabb, A. T. Feaa- took a trip to Canada, with jthlclr country of Mrs. Walker'Is the gentlemanwho those columns. E Lanouetto had gono Into tllo'l'lneap. oil-finished canoe ol A. S.. Magrudor'm, q.

he was delighted. lie thought Toronto sucked the poison from the bite ofa plo business. We are pleased to see which has been advertised ADVOCATE,
SCINO Dimnro THE DAY AT THE GBAXTJ -There Is some talk of bulUUng'amth
town. ; hal been found-but not in the MOM
a grand
that the Weather Bureau officers--like
VIEW HOTEL. rattle snake Inflicted on his friend, Mr. house out In the river In front of '
L. Brady J. P. Goldsmith Jas. T. -Indian River hotel For the next Bosanquet, while hunting near Daytona. the Indian River Hotol 'which if carried the editors of tha AtvoCATIC-are not finish as when she disappeared. She {'
I baa coat of white Inlllle, .
den.. three forgotten by their pineapple (and other) A heavy paint,, 'j
'months. commencing LJuly lit- Mr Bosanquet dying two days after. : ,
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: ouVwHMff-a great uu. Capt. '
jaa.ll'ritclmard .
DT: DINNER TO AND 1 P. M.P. FISU-FRY-12. M. the terms' for board and room, for Indian wards from the effect'of the bite.;-:::.St: ), Hon., H. F. Atkinson, I. Dl.Mabbette friends. *** ** ""*"__ tIle And name ou'wlth, MJulIii"1"or yellow on eaoJi'llito the neat of, "lief aDd, "

A. Lesley, Jas. Oglesby, Geo. Alt River residents ,and county people Augustine, Nru$.,, \J. P. Turner, C. H. Walton, Bathing panties are enjoining' thein- stern. Mr. Jkfagrudor had no trouble la
12 to 1. m. Will be $1.50 per day. I. M. Mabbette, solve mimt heartily of late. They arc In
p. J. W. Hantlngton, J. K. Lanouette, identifying the boat, A* the under partof acv
the water at all hours between live and
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REGATTA. County Solicitor Jas. T. Sanders, M. E. the dock was not ro-palnted; and the
[First class: Yachts measuring 20 feet -Captain Harold S. MacLaine of the Gruber R. Hanson have togive eleven p. m. The Indian lUvor Hotel,
promised
to 20 feet In length. Mortgage deed, Warranty deed, lame oars and locks wore with her. Tb:
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under of Host awl Hostess
econd class:Yachts under 20 feet. 3rd Royal Irish Rifles, Belfast, Ireland, Quit-Claim deed, Bill of sale, It their hearty support. I leadership boat WM found below Georglana. '
Third class:-All flat-bottomed boats who has been cruising on Indian River Satisfaction of mortgage, Tax certificate, Readers, take notice. The East Coast Mabhctt, seems to send out large con

der 25 feet. for some months past, has been stoppingat Tax sale deed ot Leases, Transportation Company's new schedule tingent of bathers, whose gambols In thephosphorescent Fort Pierce. !
Assignment mortgage, Pra cape for and waters of
The measured length to be computed pellucid
the Indian River Hotel during the Bond for Title etc will go Into effect on Monday, the Othnst.
r adding twice the length on water line summons, Indian River In the.edark -
sight
A picturesque
i the length on deck abaft the stemlece past week. He will, probably, remain For sale at the ADVOCATE office. One, Tho steamer Sweeney Is to be laidup :
Nelson with the "Semlnolu"
and divide the sum by three. on Indian River until about next Oc. three, 25c,; dozen, 60c.; one bun.dred and the steamer Ancient City will nights Capt. arrived a.

I PHIZES.-FIRST CLASS. March, when he must return to re-join $3.AlIIo take her place. Until further notice the Tuesday was a day of rejoicing for here Wednesday with A load i4F

prst prize.. .... .. ... .... .. ..$50.00 his regiment, owing to the expiration of attachments, In sets, 1.00; six Ancient City will leave New Smyrna on the Sunday School scholars of the Baptist lumber. :"u I
icond prize.. .. .... .... .... .. .. 20.00 sets, $5.00. Ten In each set. Copyright. :
his leave of absence. Mondays and at 5 church. On that day Mrs. J. C. We are very sorry to hear of Mra
Fridays
Wednesdays ,
liird prize.. .. .... .... .... .... .. 10.00 ,
SECOND CLASS. -The uniforms of officers and men of W' dding.Carda a. m.; Tltusville At 11 a. m.; Rockledge Cohen celebrated her birthday, and the loss death she died OB her way to Ten

[rat prize.... .. .. .... .... .... .. .$25.00 the German navy have been altered so We shall be pleased to ::1 at; 3 p. m.; arriving at Melbourne at 7 p. result was-a joyful little party given to nessee. i

cond prize .. .... .... .... .... 10.00 as to conform with the styles of the receive a share of your eo m. Returning, she leaves Melbourne at her scholars, who were regaled with Capt. Layport left here Sunday tot
Jrd .. .... .... .... .... .. 5.00 Job Work-envelopes,
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prize.
1 some excellent birthday cake and other
THIRD CLASS. English service. The officer's coat, cut 1S {letter-heads,note-heads,} :A 5 a. m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays Tltusville, ho Is going up for A load olumbor.

first prize... .. .. .... .... .... .. .$15.00 after the fashion of a dress coat, has bill-heads, statements, ; Rockledge at 8 a. m.; Titusvllle nice things, which greatly pleased the : ,

nd prize.... .... ..."... .... 10.00 been discarded, and the sword belt, for. p or anything else. r at 12 noon; Arriving At New Smyrna At hearts of the little ones. Mrs. Cohen Mr. Kitchen, with his trade boas

Ird prize,... .... .... .... .... .. 5.00 merly under the coat, li now worn over -- 1 p. did not forget the ADVOCATE:, and such Sparkle, spent Sunday here. lIe was oa J

[These prizes awarded on correctedme. It. An exchange says that Germans, as h -m.While one of the fair dame of Tltulle *- nice cake as the sent, seldom enters a his l wAy up the river. .

well as French, are following very muchIn was reading our columns the other poor editor's sanctum. This lady may Mr. Jim Paine Is having a boat-hotiM r 1

I Sweepstake SWEEPSTAKE.prize1: for the boat makinge the steps of the British.Mr. Bread is the "staff of life." Altree's day, A* she swung gracefully In a ham rest assured that full justice was doneto built to his dock, which improve the f

fastest actual time'twice around the Chas. C. Converse has accepteda yeast cake; never falls to make It. Ask mock on a shady porch, one of our coquettish the cake, and the ADVOCATE wishes looks Immensely.Mr. .

urea, no regard to length: ; $10. position with the Indian River Steamboat your grocer for them. 211 Indian River breezes, In a de*. her many happy: return of the day. Jim. Mitchell paid us A visit oa

i ENTRANCE FEES. Co. as purser on the steamer St. -Mrs. Carl C. Curtiss, who has beenon perate effort to kiss her cheek,caught up -Bonn-On last Sunday morning, the Wednesday. He baa been on A trip
( First class, $5.00 second class, $2.50;
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class, $1.50; sweepstake, $1.00. Sebastian. Charlie has always been a a visit to friend in Chase villa, Flo., the paper in its embrace, and started for 27th inst, to Mr. F. T. Budge and wife, down tho lower river. f

JUDGES: favorite with the people of Indian River, returned here last Thursday night, and the other end of town. The husband of a daughter Mother and Infant are in A Mr. Barnaby has commenced building

i N. N. Penny, C. J. Hector, E. Stiling, and he will no doubt, have best wishes, reports a very pleasant time. our fair reader gave chase, and finally satisfactory condition while the fatherIs A house on his Uad. Ho a y* the la- ,

: Sams, B. R. Wilson.TIMEKEEPERS. for success from his numerous followingof -Mr. and Mrs. Julius l rler, who recovered the object of his pursuit and just a* happy as he ought to be, under sect bother him too much In A tent. i.

; Albert Taylor and: :A.: Brady.MEASURERS : friends In his new position. Mrs. have been stopping at their place At restored it to his better half, who paid the circumstances. It is said that' We Are sorry to see MlM Lily BeD

: : Converse-his better half-a most estimable Fort Pierce All the winter, came up to us a high compliment by remarking that Grandpa Pritchard has not given as looking so poorly. She has had cbJDII "

John SImonson F. E. Joyner and C. L. and pleasant lady, Is (Installed town Friday evening, on their way to the ADVOCATE was certainly a lively much time or attention to his shade And fever. We hope she will soon be

aber. temporarily at Mrs. Decker's model their summer home in New Haven beet. The successful pursuer echoed trees residence lot, and the electric Ugh better.

REGATTA: COMMITTEE boarding house. ?onn. They both seem to like It down her sentiment with a gasp, a* he sat establishment. usual during the past Messrs. Schleppy, Futch And Co.***

,J.J.D.W.Cameron Rogers, F.J. F.Brown.Lewis,J. P.Turner, -Mrs. S. M. Lorimier and her daughter the river, and Mrs. Tyler informed us down, exhausted and appropriated a few days, the event referred to being of Arrived last Wednesday from their trip

BOYS' BOAT BACE-130 TO 3 P. M. and son, Mist Laura and Master Joe, there were very few mosquitoes At Fort' portion of the inviting hammock. Our paramount interest for the time being, to TltunvlIIe. All report A very good.

A. A. Stewart, W. S. Graham John C. left here Tuesday morning Jot Jacksonville Pierce up to the time they left. Mr. reporter then left for other scene And be U A frequent visitor At the pretty time. I

ones. on their way to Griffin Ga., and and Mrs. Tyler expect to return to Fort -On Wednesday July lit, the Signal residence At the corner of Main And DeSoto Mr. Dittman loft here last Thursday lon

. A will BABE be played BALL. between the other places, for the remainder of the i Pierce the end of October. Service wu transferred from the U. S. streets. a flying trip to the northern part of

members game of the Military Company And summer months. Quite a pleasant par. -Dont bother a sick perIOD when he army to the Agricultural Department the State. He U going,to bring A load

the Rag Tags, between 3 And 4 o'clock, ty: gathered together In the parlor of fa doing anything, nor interrupt him The men were discharged from the army The Greatest Feature of lumber back all he II going to make

I when A pair of catcher's gloves and A ball the Indian River Hotel Monday evening when speaking. Never lean Against sit on June BOth, and those who Of the Fourth of July celebration will great addition to bU hotel this summec.

[will be presented to the winning team. to bid them adieu. Their many friends upon or shake the bed upon whicha to remain will be civilian decide be the ball At Masonic Hall Friday evening Mr. Julius Tyler And wife left ber
ADDRESSES: sick person lies. Never read to the
tfffl, be delivered by Frank W. Pope, will be glad to welcome them back to sick except when they ask It; then read Weather Bureau Department of Agricul July 3rd. The scenery and stag- Thursday for their home In New Wlh.nlook Have

r. a celebrated lawyer, from Jackson- Tltusville again. Mr. Lorimler will what they crave, And do It (slowly and tare Mr. Lanouette, the observer to ing have been removed from the hall so Conn., to spend the summer.

riUe.jRMoVrrm. i shortly leave for Miami. distinctly. Give a little variety to the charge of the Weather Bureau receivedlU'iheepskln" M to give the utmost capacity. forward to seeing them again nest'r

M AJTD PUNCH AND JUDY -The boat club of Oxford university room by occasionally changing thing. BaratU's famous Italian String Band, winter.
It flower are craved get them but beware on Saturday, dlchargng Lucie school
row AT 20,430t73O. the the St
will furnish mu- Tuesday
By England recently received a challenge of the effect of sweet him of the U S. Signal from Jacksonville Last
a sergeant
At tha tore of J. W. Rogers &; Co. very per The chM- ,
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GRAND BALL from the crew of Tale college to row a fumes. Give little food At a time but Service Corp, after 11 year 10"*. sic. The hall will be tastefully decorated broke up for their holiday ;

In the stoning: will be given by the race on the Thames, London In the Utter rive often if craved. A* A rule Invalid While we know him to be rather diffident And lighted by electricity. Every wen said some very pretty reclUtloa BevUL
Seminole Club. I ban slow appetite In the morning.You the most brilliant dance the chief being Mire IIeLlD
members the among
of the of thing promises
part August or early part In matter that relate to himself
Barrett's celebrated string band has can sustain them UU they get a desire in THusvlBe. Muter A. Summerlln recited "Tb Curfew
September. The Oxford crew was aboutto for' something substantial by personally It I I. with pleasure that we ever held
the And those
been engag.i for occasion wing neither Bell" nicely. There were *
have spared very r
who attend may look out for A delightful answer Its acceptance of the challenge them a little tea or light broth. note that at the bottom of his discharge The management I. followed by tb
leave untasted food at the patient bedside to make It A dazzling few song, which were
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time nor expense
vetting1 ple a.re.A."Bargaln when the newt of the defeat of Yale by was written "Excellent" The definition
good place
from meal to meal. Sight of what It being a public dance, every schoolmistress reciting very
in Pineapple Land the Harvarda in the race of June 26th U not craved 1* repellent. Don't fill a of this term by Signal Service orders success.Is Invited- And old. So let entitled, "Gone with A handsome ma*.*

was cabled to London. A special meet patient' plate. Have tempting ,quantitlea Is: "For conspleiou devotion to duty; body yoang who don't dance can Most of the children's parent wen
About 80 acre of a* food pineappleland ing of the Oxford club was thereupon temptingly prepared and served upright and unwavering fidelity, and all come. Those greatly pleased :Jt {
A* can be found on Indian River' at which it was resolved Cook with care. A* a rule yon can afford listen to the miude; those who do-well, present, and were
called for Monday, The force aid
situated between Eden And Ankona; to give a patient a little of whatever high personal integrity come and see U they don't. really showed great painstaking
not to accept Yak's challenge.It win remain at the Tituiville office a* at just of their teaebr. t
fronting on the river in the very heart U craved, unleu the physician f 01 bard work on the port
of the pineapple section on Pineapple was received however, to row again bids. Sometime the craving 1* morbid ; present Ur. 1(. W. Llchty, smother The Bazaar and I am tore Mrs. DardU has proved

Ridge 'Price$75. per acre. Land on Harvard U a match could be arrangedfor then you can refuse to gratify it. Ever popular officer, whole In Tampa temporarily next door to the depot. Don't fall icrtelf A mot efficient teacher. 1Ti
each aide of it held At from one to two watch the bedding. Keep the sheet b
hundred'dollar per Acre. Must be sold the latter part of August.For clean and dry. Change the clothing oft- will soon resume hi* duties at to least and get the best article call hope to see her In the tuna place next n

Inside of 30 day Address, J. P. Turner bottom prices and honest good en. Never let a bed get damp or fouL this station. We wish them both success the money. Give the IJazaar; A year

TdtsntlleJI& 14'.at go to J. P. Turner" Co. -! Don't load the patient with bed clothing la their new organisation. and save money. .
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WRTMLY LOCAL NEWS.Society -Miss Julia n' leave town without buying -Mr. M. W. Llchty will remain In Rockledge. '\ :: .' t:

nent milliner, was in \ at The Basaar. ., .
Tampa ten days longer
Blotters to be .:A. S. Magruder, of Rockledge, -
and -A splendid line of hats receive
General
Gossip In connection VOCATE office by his. lost canoe. just Building at Rockledgo is on the boom. 1
with Indian Hirer .
and Lake Worth see \ at the Bazaar. *1
done during pant week. Brief mention of Twrnly Tho' ( l1rtb of July. Go to Mrs. Dels- Mr. White's houso Is all enclosed. ,U '

[rand Programme of Interesting EnnuI! Abont People00 10 per cent it taken ; for cold: lunches, too cream and -Mr. Olive II. King, of Marriotta, Ga., Is to bo a very nice house, with fourteen
Know, and People Ton Don't Know- suit Robbing & 202. was In town a day or so this week. rooms.It n
Picked np by Onr Society Editor. J'
-Mr. Jas. sale, lands on Indian and St 5JT subscribing $1.60 per annum Is rumored that Mr. Wheeler wlllba,

ports &: Amusements having returned rivers. All choice selections, for For the ADVOCATE, It will only cost you down In the early faU to build another' '' rhonse.
Advertisements: under this heading Three CtnttVr llVrt, lt t lower river. lemons, truck and bananas. .
are ten cents per lino per week. to any part of the United States.J. .
-Stop at the to suit. Address, Frank Mr. A. S. Magruder i I. making arrangements

ill be Held FRIDAY 3rd -Ice cream soda at the "Bazaar" on go to Jacksonville; .r, Orchid,. Flo. 14* D. Crabb A Co. have, moved Into to have a pretty cottage put. v g
the 3rd and 4th. their now premises
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ment of Burton K\ H. Dreyer on his twit on tho avenue. r"Mt.

-Mr. F. C. Allenof Georgiana, visit- 3rd page. tq be filling his position very nice cool drink can got It at this popular. ; Hancock Is rushing work on Me.\

Lively Day Anticipated ed town on Monday.Rev. -The Pall Mall and Is winning golden (l -ln- saloon. Menvin's cottage, on his pretty comer i

B. F. Brown has been to Long- ring to the 'cm our townspeople for his strict -Miss M. F.. W'oodwa'llnIl! Miss! lot on Barton avenue.

wood this week to attend to business and Laura Woodward, of St Augustine,
an ordination. society newspapers courtesy. Mr. A. S. Magrndor and wife took *
CUT RACES BASEBALL He returned home were stopj>}ng at the Indian River Hotel
FOOT Wednesday.J. ted Lady Brooke lo t. Cheap, for rash, a nearly trip to Melbourne Hooch last week

RACES, GREASY POLE, P. Turner & Co. keep'the best from the baccarat boat, V bottom, 18ft long, on WednpNiliij. They report having a very pleasant time. i

BASKET DINNER, line of shoes and clothing to be foundon Croft, says that (It nm, with cabin, and fully rigged. -In consequence of a "break-down" Sunday School is hold \\ everySunday '
and Lord address to the steamer St. Augustine, she stop-
Indian River. *1 Lady A. B. Otwell, aftormJon the
DANCING. pod at Ean Oftlllo for n short time on Presbyterian
Postmaster Scrlmgoour has been Mr. George Lewis to Fla. lt I Church, and b pretty well attended, la ,
Wednesday, the St. Lurlo bringing upI
LITARY DRILL. TITUSVILLE having his grounds cleaned up and neatly ceedlngs against any H. ''L. Yard, book-keeper for her freight and In tho eve spite of tho warm weather.Mr. .
put in order. ing these &; Co., who has been here passengers '
;, BRASS BAND. bels." ning. C. E. Cook Is putting some fancy ;
,\ -Mr. J. J.' Flannery, of Clifton, has months past, will leave to- ceiling In his cottage and It looks as Jf t,
I. Metcalf of tho
-Mr. Tropical
OFFICERS: been spending a couple of days In town -Our readers are morning for his home at Rob- Guy lie Intended some one clio to occupy It
i H. Ray, gen'l. manager; J. P. Golds- this week. out for a rich treat N. J. Mr. Yard expects to re- Sun, returned from his trip to Patatka with him.
,, secretary: S. D. Geiger, treasurer. and Jacksonville on Wednesday, and
There will be a October, when ho will go to Mi- 'l:
-Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and A literary society has boon formed:. ,
TRANSPORTATION: son, and Judy show at reside on his homestead old ho had secured two good print em '
I. S. Jones, E. B. Wager, J. S. Wat- Claude, of Eau Gallie, are In town, on while away. He loft for Juno same here, which meets every Wednesday' '
visit to Mr. and Rogers & Co. profitably celebrate the 4th call at the Rook Ledge House. W
a Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins.J. evening. night, ,
'BECEPTION COMMITTEE: mence at 250: and :: Supply store, and take home
W. Rogers A Co. have been dress and 7:30 In the -Capt, It. Granger, the popular agent understand they had a good attendance,_ '
R. Wilson
Mayor; Geo. B. Rumph, : suit or your choice out of one and have very Limos
I. Walton, Dr. Jno.M.DIxonDr. Dod- ing their window this week, in a style first show of this largest varieties In the south. *1 ot the Clyde Line, who has been down pleasant

ji, '.M. Goldsmith, Frank T. Budge, worthy of any store In a large city. It dian River, and those tho river, returned t
pt J. H. Smith. is very neatly and attractively decorated.Mr. will miss one .f the ; consequence of the change of Saturday. Capt. Granger has purchased still being pushed nhend., All ,the eloe-

PROGRAMME. Frank Everett returned to town, I the season. : : of the steamer Sweeney, Mr and on tho lower river, on which ho In- trio lights, water ami gas pipes, are put'
FAHT* BRASS BAND 0 TO 1030: A.M. I asks us to state that ho will be 10 place, and the lathing is well under
Tuesday evening, from his visit to New tends setting out pineapples.A
I. F. Atkinson, J. A. Pritchard. S. A. i -Mrs. Evelyn to conduct a vocal class on Tuos- The tin roof ,U '
,cher, Tom Mitchell, L. A. Brady. Haven, Conn., and left for Fort Pierceon this city, died ; but will endeavor to do so glance Into tho Weather Bureau way. nearIYoompleted.
1030 to 12 Wednesday. While away,' Frank ffioe would make It as If Mr. J. Tho lost has been found. The fine
lfER t AMUSEMENT?- : M. London, England, on n, when due notice will,bo given appear -
owell Titus, J. D. Crabb, A. T. Feas- took a trip to Canada, with which country band of Mrs. columns. E.' Lanouette had gone late the plneap- oil-finished canoe of A. S., Magrudor'a,

he was delighted. lie thought Toronto who sucked the plo business. We are planned to see which has been advertised In ADVOCATE 4
LVoDtfRINGTIIEDAYATTDSCBANDVIEW : ; Is l some talk of building been found but not In the
town. las some
a grand that the Weather Bureau officers-like
: a rattle snake l
HOTEL. out in the river In front of
1.13tady, J. P. Goldsmith, Jas. T. -Indian River Hotel. For the next I tosanquet, while n y River Hotel 'which If carried the editors of the." AI'YOCATE-are not finish\ as when she disappeared. She

nders.- three'month, *-:commencing July. lit- Mr. Bosanquct din ; .....-great.Ixjou., Capt Jaft. forgotten bjt theft pineapple (and, other) hall a heavy coat of white paint, Inside

BKJCT DINNER AND FJSD-FnY-12 M. the; term! for board and room, for Indian wards from the ; Hon. if. friends.. .sr.- ","* _*_ and outs with; yellow on the seat, and .. ,
H. F. Atkinson I. "
TO 1 P. M. tIle name "IJnUorJ each"side of lief" -
A. Lesley, Jos. Oglesby, Geo. Ale River residents and county people Augustine, jWwi., ;,J. P. Turner, C. H. Walton, Bathing parties are enjoining them stern Mr. .Magrudor had no trouble Jo ', s
will be $1.50 day. I. M. Mabbette salve most heartily of late. They are Inthe
12 to 1. p. m. per H&ntlngton, J. E. Lanouetto, Identifying tho boat, as tho under part
e all hours between flvo and
water at
REGATTA. proprietor. 213 Solicitor Jas. T. Sanders, M. E. of the deck was not ropalntedand; the,
f First class:-Yachts measuring 20 feet eleven p. m. Tho Indian River HoWl, l
Harold S. MacLalne
-Captain of the
R. Ranson have to
promised
to 20 feet In length. Mortgage:! deed, same oars and locks wore with her. The,
under the of host and Hostess
3rd Royal Irish Rifles, Belfast, Ireland, Quit-Claim deed their hear'support. leadership
econd class:-Tochts under 20 feet boat was found below Geoiglana. N
|Third class:-All flat-bottomed boats who has been cruising on Indian River Satisfaction: of mortg i take notice. The East Coast fabbetto, seems to send out .largo conngent

der 25 feet. for' some months past, has been stoppingat Tax sale deed Company's new schedule of bathers, whose gambols In tho Fort Pierce. '
The measured length to be computed Assignment of liosphorescent and 1 pellucid waters of X13
the Indian River Hotel during the Bond for Title Into effect on Monday, the Oth
adding twice the length on water line = Indian River Is a picturesque sight the.etlark -.
past week. He will, probably, re For sale at the steamer Sweeney Is to be laid
i the length on deck abaft the stem-
Nelson with the "Semi nolo" *
ceo, and divide the sum by three. main on Indian River until about next lOc.; three, 25c.; ; the steamer Ancient City will nights. Capt. ai -
dred rived here with load set'' -
PRIZES.-FIRST CLASS. March, when he must return to rejoin $3.Also place. Until further notice, the Tuesday was a day of rejoicing for Wednesday a *:

Urst prize.... .to. to ..... .... to. .$50.00 his regiment, owing to the expiration of attachments, ;; : : City will leave New Smyrna on the Sunday School scholars of the Hap- lumber ,, ') ,
and; prize.... .... .... ..., .... 20.00 sets, $5.00. Ten in '.; ,
his leave of absence. [ and at 5 tist church. On that day Mrs. J. C. We are very sorry to hear of Mrs.
Wednesdays Fridays,
hlrd prize... ... .... to.. .... .. 10.00 '
SECOND CLASS. -The uniforms of officers and men of Wedding. -A ; Tltusvllle at 11 a. m.; Rockledge Cohen celebrated her birth-day, and the Joss death she died on her way to Ten.

M Prize... .... .... .... .... .. .25.00 the German navy have been altered so .; We shall be m.; arriving at Melbourne at 7 p. result was-a joyful little party given to nessee. ,

and prize... .... .... .... .... 10.00 as to conform with the styles of the i receive a t'D: she leaves Melbourne at her scholars, who wore regaled with Capt. Layport left hero Sunday for N
Jrd .. .... .... .. .. .... .. 5.00 mU; Job Work- I
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prize. some excellent birthday cake and other
{ } and
THIRD CLASS. English service. The officer's coat, cut q letter-hoods, on Tuesdays, Thursdays Sat Tltusvllle, ho I I. going up for a load vilumber. k

rat prize". .... .... .... .... .. .$15.00 after the fashion of a dress coat, has bill-heads, ; Rockledge at 8 a. m.; Tltusvllle nice things, which greatly pleased the .

ond prize... .... ..n.... .... 10.00 been discarded, and the sword belt, for- p or anything ; arriving at New Smyrna at hearts of the little ones. Mn. Cohen Mr. Kitchen with* his trade boa, iii

hind prize,. It It .... .... .... .. 6.00 merly under the coat, Is now worn overt did not forget the ADVOCATE, and such Sparkle, spent Sunday hero. He was mi 1
[These prizes awarded on corrected 7 nice cake she sent seldom enters
An exchange says that Germans, as one of the fair dames Tltus- as a lie way up the river. \ "

e. well as French, are following very muchIn reading our columns the other poor editor's sanctum. This lady may Mr. Jim Paine Is having a boat-houM r Cf a

Sweepstake SWEEPSTAKE.prize for the boat makinge the steps of the British.Mr. Bread is the she swung gracefully In a ham relit assured that full justice was doneto built to his dock, which Improves the

fastest actual time twice around the Chas. C. Converse has accepteda yeast cake; never falls a shady porch one of our co- the cake, and the ADVOCATE wishes looks immensely.Mr. .

Dune, no regard to length: ; $10.ENTRANCE position with the Indian River Steamboat your grocer for them. Indian River breezes, In a des- her many happy returns of the day. Jim. Mitchell paid us a visit oa

f FEES. Co. as purser on the steamer St. -Mrs. Carl C. effort to kiss her cheek,caught up -BORN-On last Sunday morning, the Wednesday He has been on a trip -
First class, $5.00; second class, $2.50;
1 class, $1.50; sweepstake, $1.00. Sebastian. Charlie has always been a on a visit to friends in Its embrace and started, for 27th Inst, to Mr. F. T. Budge and wife, down the lower rivsr.

JUDGES: favorite with the people of Indian River, returned here last end of town. The husband of a daughter, Mother and Infant are In a Mr. Barnaby has commenced building '.

N. N. Penny, C. J. Hector, :E. Staling, and he will, no doubt, Slave beat wishes reports a very reader gave chose, and finally satisfactory condition while the fathers a house on his laid. Ho says the la f

rank Sams, B. R. \Vila.on. for success from his numerous followingof -Mr. and Mrs. the object of his pursuit and just as happy as he ought to be, under sects bother him too much la a tent ,.

Albert Taylor TIMEKEEPERS and A. Brady.IEASDRKBS : friends In his new position. Mrs. have been stopping it to his better half, who paid the circumstances. It Is said that We are sorry to see Miss _Lily_ Bell 't

: Converse-his better half-a most estimable Fort Pierce all the compliment by remarking that Grandpa Pritchard has not given as looking so poorly. She has had cluui ,

:John Simonson, F. E. Joyner and C. L. and pleasant lady, Is (installed town Friday evening was certainly a lively much time or attention to his shade and fever. We hope she will soon bs

aber. temporarily at Mrs. Decker's model their summer home The successful pursuer echoed trees, residence lot, and the electric light better.

REGATTA COMMITTEE: boarding house. Conn. They both with a gasp, as he sal establishment as usual, during the put Messrs. Schleppy, Futch and Cosnd

,J.J.D.W.Cameron Rogers,, F.J.F.Brown.Lewis,J. P.Turner, -Mrs. S. M. Lorimler and her daughter the river, and Mrs. exhausted, and appropriated a few days, the event referred to being 01 arrived lost Wednesday from their tripto

BOYS' BOAT BACK-130 *0 3 P. M. and son, Miss Laura and Master Joe, there were very few of the Inviting hammock. Our paramount Interest for the time being, THuivllle. All report a very good'

A. A. Stewart, W. S. Graham, John C. left here Tuesday morning tor Jackson- Pierce up to the then left for other scenes. and he Is a frequent visitor at the pretty time. ;}

ones. ville, on their way to Griffin Go., and and Mrs. Tyler I Wednesday, July 1st, the Signal residence at the corner of Main and De- Mr. Dittman left here lost Thursday

A will BASE be played BALL. between the other places, for the remainder of the Pierce the end of : was transferred from the U. S. Soto streets. on a flying trip to the northern part of 1

[members game of the Military Company and summer months. Quite a pleasant party i Dont bother a to the Agricultural Department the State. He Is going,to bring a load

I the Rag Tags, between, 3 and 4 o'clock gathered together In the parlors of i. is doing anything were discharged from the ar The Greatest Feature of lumber back as be Is going to make

I when a pair of catcher's gloves and a ball the Indian River Hotel, Monday eveningto when speaking. June 30th, and those who decidm Of the Fourth of July celebration will great additions lo his hotel this'U lmar.
I will be presented to the winning team. upon, or shake the $ and wife l left 1Iere
* bid them adieu. Their many friends sick lies. will be civilian employees lq be the ball at Masonic Hall Friday evening Mr. Julius Tyler <
ADDRESSES a
I\7U1, be delivered by Frank W. Pope, will be glad to welcome them back to sick, except person when the Bureau Department of Agricul- July 3rd. The scenery and stagIng Thursday for their home In New Have..

I La celebrated lawyer, from Jackson- Tltusvilla again. Mr. Lorimler will what they crave, ( Mr. Lanouette, the observer to have been removed from the ball, was Conn., to spend the summer. We shall

dlle. shortly leave for Miami. distinctly. Give a of the Weather Bureau, receive* to give the utmost capacity.Baratta's look forward to seeing them again Ded' .

iMAKBtoVmTK AID PUNCH AND JUDY -The boat club of Oxford unhe1'llltyEngland room by : famous Italian String Band, winter.
Saturday dlscharg
aK-ow AT 230: 4307:30.At : U[ flowers are craved on will furnish the mu Last Tuesday the St Lncle school
received Jacksonville
recently a challenge from ,
the tore of J. W. Rogers A Co. ware of the effect as sergeant, of the U, S. Signal! The chlU- .' '
a GRAND BALL, From the crew of Yale college to row a fumes. Give little Corps, after 11 yean service sic. The hall will be tastefully decorsted broke up for their holidays.

In the OTe.nta! will be given by the race on the Thames, London, in the latter rive often if craved. we know him to be rather dlfl and lighted by electricity. Everything Ten sold some very pretty recltatiuas.BevUL
I Seminole Club. Have slow appetites the most brilliant dance the chief being HIM Helen
members the part of August or the early part of In matter that relates to himself promises among
You can sustain "The Curfew
I Borrota celebrated string band has held In TitusviUe. Matter A. Summerlln recited
September. The Oxford crew was aboutto sire for something It U with pleasure that we ever
I been engaged for the occasion, and those neither nicely. There were a
have spared Bell" very i
I who attend stay lo ok out for a delightful answer Its acceptance of the challenge them a little tea or at the bottom of his discharge Tbe management I which were followed by O.
leave untasted food to make It a dazzling few songs }
I evening's pleasure. when the news of the defeat of Yale by "Excellent": The definl time nor expense good pl.e. .
side from meal to It being a public dance, every schoolmistress reciting a very
,:A-TJargaln: in Pineapple Land the Harvard In the race of June 26th Is not craved is re this term by Signal Service orders success.ls Invited-young and old. So let entitled, "Gone with a handsome ma*."
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was cabled to London. A special meet- patient's plate. consplelous devotion to duty; body don't dance can of the children's ...
who HIIIt
:About 80 acres of as good pineappleland ing of the Oxford club was thereupon ties temptingly and unwavering fidelity, and all come. Those greatly pare :Jt a
as can be found on Indian River, called for Monday at which it was resolved Cook with care. As The force listen to the music; those who do-well, present, and were and t
situated between Eden and Ankona; ford to give a personal Integrity. come and see U they don't really showed great painstaking
fronting on the river in the very heart not to accept Tale's challenge. ever is craved, at the TitusviUe office as at Just hard work on the put of their teaehav l

of the pineapple section, on Pineapple It was resolved, however, to row again bids. Sometimes ;, Mrs }{. W. Llchty, another The Bazaar and I am sure Mrs. Dardls has proved

Ridge. nl'Iice$75. per acre. Land on Harvard If a match could be arrangedfor then you can refuse officer, who Is in Tampa tempo- next door to the depot Don't fall herself a most efficient teacher. IT*
each aide of it held at from one to two watch the bedding. I It
hundred'dollars per acre. Must be sold the latter part of August clean and dry. win soon resume his duties at to call there and got the best articles call for hope to see her In the tame place ned 'r

Inside of 80 days. Address J. P. Turner -For bottom prices and honest goods en. Never let a bed We wish them both suc the. wad money. Give the Bazaar a e year

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Old 1Ke.orles. conversation ,with evident pleasure t Tw thereafter same an In $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN $65

rho e Bast Coast Advocai la tbe twilight of the tempts while Mr. Ross became conscious 01. : station to the,marriage Miss Agnes i. It possible aflrat-olaa fc Buggy with Sllver-platod Daah Rail, Seat ''

Ellent shadows gather fart- an odd and uneasy sort, of feeling, as pryor and Doctor Charles Hammond. I Rail, Handles, Hub Bands, ant Shaft Tips for above price?

Where the harpist of remembraOM though he were somehow growing I Both )Irl. Bartley and Mr. Ross sent t a:: =* I. DW
Plays the music of the past n ) c n r"

T1TUSV1LiTa I FLORIDA. And the anthem softly rising physically smaller. It was a relief to regrets. z 4 "m f n: >: r .,

Wakes the ghost of tear -0( >-1&1
longthed get away at length. > < =
Michigan Is to choose Pro ldentla With the trembling chant respondingFrom "1 fancy she's a little piqued," he How the Chinese Emperor Was Chosen : O oiZ n
O O Q
I ta IZI'lI
the choir of The state of affairs in China which : :
taitcad bygone years. fci -
Hleetori by Congress districts said to his sister at 1 reakfant, next :: p y > e

of on title ticket. And the burst of recollections day, "but I'll make It all right this led to the placing of the present 'em ... k:: z a D C O III f';,;
the throne & o Lo
Toning from the harp of timeIt peror upon was very peculiar 0( ."IJ ,
The British authorities translated Into must; evening. one. When the throne was left I & < ::! n [
postoffico
And the cadence of the But that day Mr. Ross found himself ww I'll 0 > l''
rhyme u 0
ma. vacant by death nearly twenty years ) ::11 :
pennyin-ihe-slot (
are to have a wz 0' ,
from old memories awakened, in dilemma. lIe met with a c:: a:: III
chine for delivering stumps. 'Mid the shadows of the past, friend who Invited him to join an Informal ago there was no direct heir to the s m 0 III 0 :

loving. fingers, gently feeling entertainment that evening at succession, and the two dowager empresses > 0 gz qO

Find the melodies at last., -one of them the mother f O( : : !
Now that JtoHke !h Gen.Canrobcrt ( ,
you gone
his house, some miles from the city, I"'O I (0 C'" ,
tell his countrymen Hint Faintly flow the Ming echoes the deceased emperor's fatherunder.took ? '
From the laughs of Jong where ho would meet with a company the With them restedthe Write for our New 80 page Catalogue of all kind of Vehicles.Address :
ago
!they possess the greatest of living strat.eglsts regency.
of choice and genial spirits, and have"a
And the old familiar music
In the person of their own chief From the days we used to know. ]high old time" of It, and return power of choosing who should be SOUTHERN BUGGY CO.
of staff Gen. Mirabel. the next emperor, and, instead of se.
Tenderly old Joys and sorrows next morning lu time for business. .
OHIO U. S. A.
lecttng one of the brothers of the em- CINCINNATI M ,
Into symphonies are wrought, Not for a great deal would he be --- -
The Boston Transcript declares tbat With remembrance softly playingOn willing to miss this occasion; but- peror lately dead, they appointed an

t: remark made by Count TOO Moltkeat the trembling chords of thought infant son of Prince Ch'nn, one oi
there was Agnes I Had lie not told
St. Cloud In 186? led Napoleon to Swelling, Inking., softly fading those brothers. Tho elder of tho two
her that he would call early that evening
tender
Surging. In retrain, was considerably oldei
orerhaul the equipment of the French empresses
And the mnsic, growing. fainter, and hoped to see her alone?
and to the of than the was rather stupid
,army finally adoption Enters silence once again. After a great deal of embarrassed younger

the ChasBCpot gun. Are-our human hearts respondingTo cogitation a brilliant idea 'occurred to and bad never borne any children.

the She had been the original the
mnsle-keeping time- empress f19tj81'64Ei
The number of heads struck oil in Mr. Ross.On k tdtttk +
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Find their throbbing oft translatedIn younger one being only a secondarywife pIa6tEllfitdFII96 t
home in the ;; +
the Empire of China for one canso or the cadence of the rhyme returning evening ; but tho latter had had a male
¬ber"wlll Philadelphia[ Led ". he proceeded to dross for the upper, '
overage believes the Detroit child-namely the deceased emperor gtJ ErB Eh' 6 E6R
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l Free" Press, over thirty per day after which ho sat down and wrote a referred to-and bal been for that .d Its dbQi81ii w ,

the year 'round, but it la only in Isolated HIS MISTAKE. note, which ho read and copied mora reason promoted to full royal consider.
than before
once apparently satisfying
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cases that anything like a crowd -
atlon. She, tho younger one, 'was a LARGEST
turns out, or the papers make any BY S.-A. WFI3S. himself.It I very remarkable woman, and it is to UNSURPAS p e Pit'rny eitvc
mention of the circum bore tho date, not of the day on
stanco. "Fred said Mrs. bo presumed that her object In choos- ,
Hartley, to her which it was written, but of the day TONETOUCH FACTORIES
brother, ,who was lounging In an I ing an infant nephew for emperor '
easy and follows
The Brazilian Government recently following, ran as : ;
attitude with a cigar and was that mho might be able during his s ,
a
appointed a committee to examine into paper, "Mr DARLINOI I cannot wait until seeing hryp ISIS wORL
"did deliver minority to be in fact the ruler of tho
the financial situation of Brazil. It you my message to you this evening to explain that I was
Agnes last night?" dispatched yesterday'on business, of the Innd.' This result was accomplished -.

has reported that, there is no danger, "Why, nol I Truth Is, I didn't eco most momentous importance to our firm and up to within two years of the PIANQ C?
10 far'a8 Brazil is concerned of a and, despite my utmost endeavors could I
her last night!I" present time, when tho emperor came
commercial or financial crisis. They I not get back to the city until it was too lute

recommend, the maintenance of the 'Not see her I And the evening to hope to see you. Still I could not resist of age, she has governed with a sagacity "TERRE HAUTE NEWPORT."

system requiring customs duties tq be before you were at the club supper. turning out of my way for a sight l even of tbat has excited tho admiration of

paid In That makes two days In which you the house wblch enshrined your precious the civilized world. Even now her
gold. form and heedless of the bitter cold, lingered
failed j and influence in
bavo (o visit her; and what will power are very great
In the deserted street until the city
the think of it?" tho control of affairs. She has had
the St. Louis Star
Sari lIaylngll4'The clock struck one, when I was rewarded bya ,
report showing that within a "Oh, I can make it up with her glimpse of your passing shadow on the not a little to contend with duningher

comparatively short period 48 mall this evening I But what's tho use in window curtain. But tonight, darling, I regency, Inasmuch as the anomaly of ,

clerks have boon killed and 479 seriouslylnjurodwhlle going ovory day to see a girl when hope to see not alone your tantalizing reigning sovereign having a father IPatent

in the execution vou'ro engaged to her? Really, con- fondly shadow.but anticipated your real moment sweet eel believe(; until me which to be living has been productive of many

:'of! ,duty, shows wIth what groat risk lidcrlng how follow 1 is compelled to as ever Your devoted F. R." inconveniences difficult .to get over.

to life and limb men In this branch of give up his friends and amusements, Having scaled and directed this Obviously, tho forms of respect which

the Government service earn their and devote himself entirely to a touching and eloquent missive, :Mr. Chinese law and custom prescribe for

"mall salaries ll is gratifying to woman when lie's courting her ho Rose summoned a servant, to whom a son toward his father could not but

learn that arrangements are being may bo allowed some relaxation when he intrusted it wi.h; instructions to clash with tho obeisance duo from the

:made to insure the work being a trifle they're engaged. Tho game's netted, deliver It early next morning at tho subject to tho monal' .-[Washington.

I less hazardous." you know," he added, as ho languidly houso of :Mrs. Harrington, tho aunt Star. .
( spplled for.
r flecked off the ashes of his cigar. to whom Miss
--- ---- Agues Fryor was on n Intentional Taking of Diseases. ThlsfBone of the most convenient pleasure and business vehicles for the lawyer,
The Boston School Board la exercised "But not landed" replied the sister, vUlt. r"\lness man or farmeri on earth. Owing to the construction of the body
Then that ho should Wo learn that the inducement of a it <. wry he same time very durable, and is the harnltomeit -
about the uio of pet name., and ihrowdly. "Al\llet me remind you, explaining probably first attack of small pleature or business vehtelt on the market.A _
was an antique
has taken stops to have thorn erased Fred that many a fish escapes from not bo homo till next day to dinner pox WRITTEN GUARANTEE GIVEN ON EACH VEHICLE.,
practice in Africa, Persia and China, Tb GUH'i Out tahlil! casts itUciel or tiUchti In CHS IffittJTB. Writ for Meet. Agate Tutd
; from .the' registers of the public the hook or tho not. You've ho hastened away and was soon and that tho method of inoculationwas TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE AND BUGGY CO Terre Haute Ini!!

se\ oole. It seems that more than one bad some trouble in securing Agnes en route to the scene of his anticipated ,
brought from there to Constantinople ( .
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i hundred of the women teachers in the and 1 did all I could to help you ; but evening's enjoyment.
in and that
from town
1673 to
Boston schools when a man has been all dovotlon for Next day it was observed in the office .
'public are officiallytecognlzod
England by Lady Mary Wcrtley Mon "'S
wherein Mr. Fred Ross was, as as
by their pet names, such as six weeks, and then upon being accepted jJ".i.
tagn. The idea was evidently to pro n
Kittle, Bessie, :Mollie, Til'lio, Girlie, begins to relax his attentions, lie flattered himself, a distinguished
duce a mild attack of the disease in
[ Tuttle, Clemmjo and the like. The new he is playing a dangerous game." luminary, that that gentleman, though iiilivlduals
placed under circumstancesmost
i rule declares that they shall bo called "It's a great bore, this courting bus- a little feverish, was in uncommonlygood _
favorable to in order to s
by their real name* iu the future. iness," aid .Mr. Frederick Ross, as ho spirits., recovery. j ,y
induce
The although
immunity. practice
'" 'et names" given to children do well Impatiently tossed asldo his paper. He invited a fellow-clerk to be

"I'll bo duced "best man" at his approaching marriage open to serious objections must ISTHIS
enough in tho homo but they lead to glad when the whole
have had little and
no success was
,
j ;annoyance and Impertinence later on thing is over, and as a married man I and on his way homo in tho
much resorted to in the middle of the
'in life.' can come and go as I please." evening, stopped at a fashionable tail

"Another thing," resumed his sis or's and inspected tho latest style of last century. Another practice which is the
I Some nine thousand girls all over wedding suit. III not so rare as one might be inclinedto machine that
ter. "Do you know that Doctor Hammond .
j ,ttib country belong to the Girls' Is In town?" On reaching home bo went direct to believe is tho inducement of mea used in the Office,

i Friendly Society an association to sles. Many people are under tho im Courtroom and'for
Ho shrugged his shoulders. his room, where ho found on his table reporting 5Quickest.

| promote friendship among girls. It "Too late. I've secured the prize." a. noto and a tin? package left, tho pression that unless children have had lectures and sermons. CINCINNATI ShorrtOeatlannd:

I! is eral-roligious, of English origin, servant said the I all the ordinary exanthematous fevers
"But remember, Fred, it Is a worn- during morning.
,founded in 1875 by Jim. Townsend, an's privilege to change her mind when "From Agues" lie thought, as he It is almost desirable that an opportunity While its speed is greater than any Compartment and Pullman Palace

Its present President The first she his and should occur for them to have other known method, it is so simple Sleeping Cars through without change,
chooses. adjusted eye-glass inspected
Agnes, I've heard, was that making direct connectionIaCENTRALUNIONST
I American branch was planted in Low. mild attacks of these fevers; and I any intelligent person can gain a I
tho address. "Poor little I
always Inclined to like Doctor Hammond thlngl my speed of zoo
ell ,Mass.and there is G. have known of instances in whichone or more words per minute | LOUIS '
now a F.! S. .
,
note touched her tender heart and she
and If he really loved her, as in five or six weeks without the
In nearly every Episcopal parish In out of several children being attacked And the WEST, and with Through car
could not wait until this aid of
some people thought, he made a great seeing me an instructor. Circulars and lines lorCHICAGO
1, tho country.' To become a member a mistake in going on that Western trip evening. That was a good idea about with measles, no attempt has been testimonials sent to all who mention and

I girl must be a communicant of the without first addressing her. lIe Is watching her window at midnight, made to isolate the sick child, for, it this paper.E. NORTHWEST,

I Episcopal Church, pay one or five out in the cold." was argued, it was, as well for tho also with through carlines DETROIT
probably not aware of her T.
cents engage other children to have tho PIERCE FAfETTE MIO, for
I a month and havu a good charac- fever also
ment. And suppose they should come And he smiled cheerfully to himselfas and Points in Canada
ter. Such character being lost, the to an explanation now and sho should he broke the seal. and be done with it as soon as possi Sole Agent for U. S. and Canada. BUFFALO. and the East.

member must forfeit her card. The follows blo. Since this has been done under Only one change of cars
throw you over?" note was as : ; .
I lIe "Ma. ROBS: The shadow on the curtain the influence of a popular belief, I t NEW ORLEANS
laughed
,The Hungarian government Is : carelessly. Meridian,
I tryI think I in ,
of which speak could hardly have been am justified suspecting that
I '' "It isn't likely that Ibo would you THE TRAVELERS Jackson, Vicksburg, Points in
ing & interesting go
very experiment in
mine. When about twelve o'clock but bo practice of Inducing measles for AND THE

vine ,culture. As it hat been found back on me for tho sake of a clodhop. night the fire broke out next door to us and protective purpotls is far from un- Jacksonville Florida. TEXAS XV 33 ST.

that the phylloxera doe dot attack ping country doctor" threatened our house, we all went to a hotel afforded
common, although not generally car. Passengers via this line are an
Tines growing in sandy soil, it has "lIe isn't a clodhopper," retorted where we still remain. It was probably tied out professional men.-fPon- excellent view of Lookout Mountain and

I his sister, In a vexed tone. "Doctor the shadow of a fireman or a policeman The Travelers surrounding Historic Scenery
been decided to plant with vines the which you saw Tomorrow I expect to ular Science Monthly corner Bay and Cedar
Hammond I Is a good-looking clever streets Jacksonville, Fla. A brick -
Delliblat sand between new
region Del- leave for my dear home in the country; and hotel

liblat and the Danube, and to establish and dignified gentleman, though be aa I shall not be able to return your note and Before They Go. steamboat, nearest laodin to ;all s. railroad Especially stations adapted and I a 0. RAY Ga. S. E. Pass. Agt., Atlanta -

there :3000 families was brought up In the country. I warn ring In penon, vend them herewith In- to transiei-t I ,
of vine busmes.
i dressers.I Do not keep tho alabaster boxes oi Elegantly fur- I D. J. MULLANEY, Div Pass. Agt,
I Huts will be erected for these colonists you, Fred, Dot to be too careless or cloncd. A.F. love and tenderness sealed nished rooms, single or en suite. Table Chattanooga.
The dropped from Mr. Fred four up as good as the best.
confident." paper This hotel was A.
built D. G. EDWARDS G. P. & T. ,
at ,
government expense, and each erick'. nerveless fingers, and he himself until your filends are dead. Fill tlieii furnished and operated as a $3.00 a day
:family will receive about $.50 for a Yet, looking at her handsome ant sank into chair. lives with sweetness. Speak approvng house; rates are now reduced to $2.00 a CINCINNATI O. ,
limply a From a 0
elegant brother as he stood before the day, while the service is o
until the vine better than
year products become word ever.
cheering while their
ears
flush scarlet red his
of face assumed breakfast THE
a from 8 to 9 lunch
mirror ; from
daintily twisting he ends of 11 :86
remunerative. A railway will be constructed I waxen pallor. can hear them and while their heart. to 3:SO; dinner from 3:30 to 7:30.
: This
from the vineyards to Ver- his silky moustache she thought, In Mrs. Hartley tapped at the door, can be thrilled and made happier by is the only hotel in Jacksonville serving NEW LEVER SAFETYI

I .ci il.; where the cellars of the Del' her sisterly heart that it would be a and on his feeble -Come In/' them; the kind things you mean to regular meals at these hours. All others I,
strange thing for girl to refuse are at least one hour later. Use
Ublat the
wine.
-are to be kept.Premtbr any entered. say when they are gone, say before Travelers' omnibus, the tickets save 23 ,I

him.To "Oh, Fred have heard about hey go. Tho flowers you mean to tents each way.BURTON. i
you
John Robson of British be sure, Fred bad little to depend send for their coffin. send to iI
brighten
the fire last night next door to the iI
Columbia, in conversation with a Pu. upon besides his salary; that was why and sweeten their homes before they K. BARR8, I

chic slope reporter, said, "A next. she had been so anxious for him to secure Harringtons They were frightened leave them. If my friends have alabaster I IO Proprietor. 1 1CA.
to death but
nearly fortunately no 1r
;
door neighbors we want reciprocity the hand of the only child of rich done boxes laid away, full of fragrant
harm was except-Why FrederIck
1 -
but no unrestricted reciprocity. We parents. And as Agnes, besides being perfumes of sympathy and affection -- -- --.,
what In the world is the
I want it as regards raw materials. We a prospective heiress, was both Are, sick 1"Thereread matter which they Intend to break over FRANCE WANTS INDEMNITY

I are opposed to unrestricted reciprocity pretty and attractive, Mr. Frederick you
dead body I would rather
my they
!1" be murmured For the KllltoJ "of
I and commercial union. The latter Ross bad as he expressed It, grown would bring them out in my weary Rjffaud in
to the two uotes.
I we believe would leaf! to "doosed fond of her and pointing Haytl.
was
political very and troubled hours and
His sister obeyed and then open them, A cablegram from The PERFECTION of SIMPLICITYand
I openinga Para
union At
which w* emphatically oppose. well satisfied with his prospects. that I may be refreshed and cheeredby cabinet council held MT1.' wot ECONOMY of POWER.
little velvet casket contained in the &turd it
I We believe we have material to build That evening he called on his betrothed parcel, exposed the glitter of hermother's them while I need them. I would decided to demand reparation from l H.yU :vo CII tINM. ivo GflaItte.VARIABLE : .
for
I the
up as great a country as yours, and who received him, as bethought rather have a plain coffin without a -.hooting of M" Uigaud, 011 Cor.
I diamond engagement ring, pusChrutid.y on the STROKE, only two set
want friendly rivalry If PresU somewhat coldly. ground that he
your flower a funeral without
a was
eulogy
a French of
Revolving Bearing
1 which aha herself bad helped to subject. The
dsnt UaItiell
honors with a visit we prom- Dr. Fammoud: made his appearance, than a life without the sweetness of minister at Paris hal reeeivodfa letter Best Hill Climbing and all around

I IM him sincere and hearty welcome.I and, as Mr Ross observed with serene select Immediately she burst into love and $}-in path r. Let us learn to the Hayden ecret'' 7 of state, from om Safety mada.
tearl.t'Cancall't. Port
I see much la the United States to ad- carried a plain white anoint an Prince in which the
contempt friends
our beforehand secretary .
something be done for says Uigaud :*=0'Jr'or.JH. : jfj-f m rj.
wu Rot
I mire, but nothing to covet. You have pocket-handkerchief and wore a tie Laura l ?" ha asked faintly. their buriaL Fo.t-mortem kindness proof having been furnished after that convincing he

I Achieved nothing la the way of ii... not of the latest style Nothing. The case is hopeless. does not cheer the burdened spirit not letter a French subject. The IeCletary'a was B. SMITH MACHINE CO.
[
1 Uonal greatness, that we cannot Agnes, howeyer, did not appear to Obi Fred, what a fortune you have flowers on the coffin cast no frajtranoa the"Coulltq concludes Ie with the remark that

notice this, but listened to the doctor. lostl-? : back over the weary way. ,J stay now traaquU sad SMITHVILLE,



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though was father. phate company id far fa the state. The abut President J
GEORGIAGRIEFS. Hs is tery tender and kind in his treatment FLORIDA'SBUDGETOf l land owned by the company consists of time Hl last. From'. _
Alliance! Its
of them. The term closes: with 19,000 acres, near the town of Archer. in Brown, of the'ri.e County In the,
alllanceman

Newsy Paragraphs From Over seventy-one pupils. During white the and pat seventeen year a colored hand Newsy Notes and Pointed being Alaclwa a mass county of,rich and phosphate is very valuable deposits,, Newsy Notes Paragraphlcally i county learned'Is enthusiastic every ami will b. half present'of ',

some dormitory has been erected at which of Presented. on barbecue day, bealdes. OYOT ,
the State. a Paragraphs. analyze from 03: to 00 per cent with
cost of $21,000. The faculty of the pure phosphate. The (president of tho -- Dale.Coffee and Geneva. counUe ,
academy is efficient. Tho instruction : l large contingent from every lft
very newly organized is John I..
The citizen of Rome of very much dis of the pupils has been very thorough.The One of TampVs principal'cigar factories I Davis, of \piingfU'ld(\company, 111., well-known reduced The freight 3 rite on bar iron has been southeast Alabama The Alabama 'Hid' ,
satisfied with will turn out I3t> this Out. cents per 100 p mods. l land, with neroity,, I
the rates given them to the Ntme Fair niaJdle. o0,00u cigars .) cipitalist: and .a retired banker. C. B. _
encampment at Chickamaugn. The state fair muddle at Macon is becoming The 70,000 tourists in Florida ,ihU Rogers! is vice president, and A. O. Mac- The Age-llrraU' says: The essential' wi run excursion1 train on its 'line chanc,on
ft
An effort is being made to organize a quite an issue. At a recent past winter, spent, it id vctiuiatcd! at 1 Donoll secretary and treasurer.Both trouble with th! brigido encampment wa day and afford everybody of the most"
military Company Carrollton. A num- meeting of the city council, Mayor Price least $7,000,000 while in the stnte. theso gentlemen reside In Jacksonville, that the State doesn't appropriate money .0 attend the rally. Se.rl
s
ber of prominent introduced resolutions which All bids where the the enough. It was too big for the appropriation. prominent II 'U1lon'wi ;
citizens have expressed: wire for erecting/ a rourt hmll' at main.office of company and address the I
their willingness to contribute to such an adopted, providing that the mayor and Orlando have born rejected, as they were will bo located, with branches in Chicago b present Imel.
enterprise. finance: committee of the council mOlt above the stipu'atcd' price, $30,000. New York and Liverpool. The necessary The Louisville and Nashville has puton crowd."r.I.U btaerl (or rant\Vael. i. S

It ia said on pretty good authority that Secretary Jemison of the agricultural society The brick masons and the carpentersof apparatus for mining the phos- a cheap rate to Cincinnati for the rolling The weather report fOr the
the recent and such other members of the iihato will be pa.chased. as soon as possible mill men, good from July 1 to tho15th. '
tragedy in Rome, la the trial society Tampa have declined nine hours to bea past week has been sent out from '
of which as be selected date and work wi 1 be commenced immediately Like rates will be put on for the .
Mn. McKee was the central may at some to day's work, and are working on th.t Polytechnic Institute at Auburn by D ;
figure, i is to be dramatized and that Mrs. be named by the society, for the purposeof schedule. upon the arrival of the plant.Far occasion for the meetings It Youngstownand rector Mel: \

McKee is to appear in the principal role. conferriug about the matter and settling A petition Is being gotten" asking Ike "'ortd'. Fair. Pittsburg. The just closed has been charao -
it on a business basis. The claimof up A of citizens from On the lino of Jefferson and Blount '
The lumber for the ne' the county commissioners to call an election meeting prominent tcrizod by frequent showers and cloddy ,
cotton com the society is The all of the was hedl( in Orlando near Gilled Alliance,, on July II there -
press at ElWerton\. has been received $1,032.23. city in this county to decide as to pans county weather, with but little sunshine ptost,
the machinery expected to and' council: has agreed to pay only $87.23: of whether it shall be "wet" or "dry,"- in response to invitations sent out will be au alliance picnic. The people sections of the state. Tho air was'not I
In the next two week. It will arrive with. the amount, nence. the trouble. Tallalllr8.) _. by the Orlando executive committee for will entertained: with speeches by Rev. 'very warm during the day, and the \..
be widy GeeJ at the World's S. M. Adams, U. F. thither R. F. Kolb -
to for I. Fereat City. curing representation nights were The temperature :
compress the first new cotton received. The Lake City Land and Timber Com- R W. Beck pleant \ ,
fair. and B.
Savannah is Cot Geo. F. Footo of Zcllwood W. Groco. '
now nearer securing at no time was very high, ',; .
The Confederate veterans of Bryan needed harbor improvements than ever pan have developed vast fields of the was elected chairman, and I. M. Auld, The survey of the railroad route from 70 degrees to 04 degrees.rangQgtoD:' ,

county are making extensive pnplu.tiona before in its history. With the vast influence highest grade and moi-t inexhaustible Orlando, secretary. A communication: Florence to the gulf cf Mexico has pro- were uniformly distributed over ,the :

soldiers to have general jollification of old ,I of Jay Gould and the newly interested phosphate purchase.At deposits. on their recent 20,000acre from the Orango county alliance to the grease I from the Tennessee river, opposite tate, and the long drought of Aptil and J.1
at the ,
broke thriving town of Pem I j I, parties of the Richmond Terminal alliances in every couqty in tho state was Florence, to the fork cf the two May was broken. The ,counter crent],
on the Savannah and Western system, much can be obtained. Key West a few days ago, Joseph read and referred to a committee which branches of the Warrior river, near Toad- of air produced by the }local re.suited .
railroad, on Friday, July 8. Already sufficient intimation has been Dcmcrrctt, aged 10, in a moment of should be appointed. A communicationfrom vine, in southwest Jefferson, tho route in wind and hail storms in torn

At the reccnt commencement of Mercer given by the men in control of the Central frenzied rage killed his father because of the Orlando executive committee to running by way of Jasper. This Is the localities, and s iiht damage ,was done; ;-
'university at :Macon, the title of LL.' U.'was of their intention to advance Savan a flogging he received for an alleged theft the people of the state and all organizations S survey provided for by tho recent act of to tho tender corn ned cotton : '

conferred on Governor W. J. Northed. nah's interests as a seaport In DO way of money. The boy was nested. interested was also read and
The governor is an alumnus and u can: this be better done than by the improvement Jacksonville must hsvo deep water to posed of in like manner. Both papers advise The State Association of Bankers met the corn crop nnd the plants look vigor

trustee of the university, and a very of the harbor. They under th. sea in order to make her the great! holding conventions in every county several days ago at Point Clear. After ous and thriity. But the grass has als'received

great friend of the institution.The stand this perfectly, and know full well shipping port of Florida, and to do this to sfend delegates to tho convention to be I the rending of papers on various featuresof n great impetus, and the farmer -
:Macon Evening Awi having raised that any and all improvements of this special attention will have to be given to held in Orlando. On motion of MahlonGore I bunking thu election took )laco. R. will have trouble in destroying 0,

$1,200 by popular subscription to defray character must redound to their own the river around Dames' point and below I the following resolution was adeptid M. No.nou: of Selma, president; J. W. corn and cotton fields, unless .rain. _
the expenses of the Southern Cadets, has benefit as well as to the benefit of all New Btrlin.-Timt+Ukion. : HOIolved,Tllllt an executive committee Wliitinir, of Mobile, vice president; J. stop. In the southern part of stats _

now undertaken to raise in the same Georgia and adjacent territory.For Rails are now being laid on the seven of seven prominent citizens of Orange M. Davidson, of Birmingham, secretary; cotton has made rapid progress and is ,la' ;!
manner $500 to help send the Floyd the Davit Meaameat. miles of road connecting be new mining county be selected to tako such stops( ash. T. S. Plowman, of Talladcga, treasurer. bloom in many sectons A few half

Rifles to Indianapolis, to participate in A citizens' meeting was held at Savannah town of Phosphoria, near Winter Haven may deem advisable to secure the holding Tho system of mutual protection was per gMWn boll have beD co'ere'and
the maiden drill. on the 18th and plans were formedby Fla., .'IU1 tho South Florida" road lit of the state convention at Orlando,I fected. reported. ttoo alP planted :

New waterworks are assured for At. which Savannah will take a prominent Dart ow. The Florida Phosphate Compacy. the purpose of which shall be to secure a Messrs. Milligan Neal and others who out, and the damp : of the soil ,. <

lanta. The necessary legislation to secure pirt in the movement to erect a 'monument limited, and tho I'hau Phosphate display of our resources and products at arc operating a placer, mine at Arbacoo.chcc and air will cause this plant to take rapid, 'IJ
permission to issue bonds to Jefferson Davis. Over fifty organizations Company both have largo mines on the tho Columbian Exposition at Chicago,: few root with a prospect of a good yield.:'
has : far
more a days found two
ago nuggets
branch. Tho committee is also authorized to er- __ __ __ \
and civic u
been military '
prepared. The waterworks com some 0 invitations of !gold, ono weighing 6 pennyweights I
the convention and issue
mittee them among the most ancient and hon The acting secretary of the Interior at range WIND AND RAIN I'
are now arranging for the sale of and do such other work bo and the other 80 pennyweights,: making :.
bonds already authorized and will begin ored in the south, were represented. The Washington has affirmed tho decision of us may neccs tbe two worth more than $80. Of course -

at once advertising for bids. meeting was under the call of the mayorof the commissioner of the general land of. sary tion.to insure tile success of the conven they got other gold, of which there is nn Wreak Death and Disaster _

,The people around Dunwoody near the the city who presided. Colonel flee denying the petition of E. D. Mc- abundance at and near Arbacoochee. the Northwest. 'i" -
The
following gentlemen were
appointed
Charles Olmstcad resolutions Lead to _
presented contest the homestead of The
line of Gwlnnett, DeKalb and Milton entry : Col. George F. Footo, Zoll- wtrk of developing these mines is A Little Rock Ark. of Saturday
pledging the co-operation: of Savannah. David Alvord for land in Gainesville, going in dispatch
on earnest.
counties are very much aroused in consequence Speeches were made by representative upon which a final certificate Issued wood, president of the county alliance; says: A destructive storm Is t reported _
of a foul and dark conspiracy to was Mahlon Gore Orlando O. II. Tuxbury Tho :Mobile Register gives tho date of
S citizens and a plan was adoped whereby October 18, 1800. ; in the eastern portion of Crlttcnden -: _
assassinate Messrs. Miller and Donalaon, the various organizations of the city will L t McKinnon; Dr. W. A. heard, Maitland I.; the apntaranco of thellrst cotton !blooms I county, some miles from Marlon. ',A
The
Mr. Pritchard and Mr. 0. 0. Trimble officers of the department of agriculture ; in Alabama for the
Whitner Sanford
a open subscription lists to a monument Capt. B. T. ; Andrew past nine years, as I large area of country: was deatate'
mefcaat of Dunwoody and ,at the same fund. 1_he newspapers will .also open at Washington arc greatly encouraged Aulln, Oviedo; II. S. Chubb, Winter follows: Wilcox county, June 5, 1801; Dwellings and barns were
time to burn out the latter. by the developments regarding Park. The executive committee orderedfive Wilcox county May 31 1800 Montgomery h
lists, and a committee of coo citizens will the culture ; blown down, fencing carried awa1'' aDd,
of
-juomson- a- -. ramee in Florida and thousand copies of each of the communications county, June 4, 1889 Conecuh _____
;o., ot Atlanta, nave made be appointed to canvass for funds. Louisiana. ; I large patches of timber leveled.. Mrs. ,
an llgnment. The liabilities The department is making a mentioned above to be 2 county, May 20, 1883 Wilcox
are $33, Hirer a.d Harber(0....... special investigation into print ; county Sarah was struck by a flying, _
000 and the assets appear to be nearly The Savannah Times is advocating a I : den the recent act of the subject un cc and sent broadcast over tho state in an May 23, 1887; Montgomery county: Juno I piece of timber and her neck broken Astavemakcr 'i! _
S $40,000. For twenty years the Morrisons river and harbor congress for Savannah. congress' and with endeavor to stir up enthusiasm in every r 18 1880; Washington county, June 8,, named Stanley, ,was l _
S have been known to business circles in It says that a few years ago such a congress very encouraging results. part of it. The meeting was enthusiastic 1883: ; Montgomery county, Juno 8, 1884 i by falling trees, and two bovsaons of'>.', r

connection with hardware. The firm was held there, and it was attendedby I The postoffice department at Washing throughout, and acted unanimously Wilcox county, June 7, 1883. millman named Ilolltniworth, are miss' _____
which failed was composed of Angus and representative men from nearly all of ton has authorized the Jacksonville postmaster Every part of the county is strongly in Tho family of J. n. Reynolds, who, log and it Is believed were killed. .' _
John Morrison, both of whom are now the southern states and to take a lease on a new building favor of the convention and a good dls lives in Talladcga county. was poisoned a *'
by some from I for TUB DAMAOB IK KANSAS.The _
a poslofllcc to bo
old and erected on the site .
gray-haired men. play at the exposition. few days by
the north. .,We quote from the Timet: of the-pnmcnt office. Tho ago eating blackberry J pie. heavy storms which swept through
is .
Eighteen men employed in the erectionof "Kansas and Missouri are closely identified building to Tke New Hand Law. The berries had been gathered the day r tl
be Kansas
have
ready for Saturday far heard I
the Central occupancy next autumn. It Following of tho most important previous and left a ,as
at Savannah are some in
over
railway department with Savannah to-day. Kansas City night a tin '
is from done
and eighteen others employed in is shipping freight to New York by Savannah probable this will insure tho postoffico u sections of Florida's new road bucket. They had soured (before being incalulable'damaga .to ,the\ _
remaining in its growing : Scott ,
until the crops. large
the)machine department, have left work, chenper than by other route. present locality law: prepared for the pie. An hour after cat-
any new building is dams broke about fifteen minutes after .
and will remain out until their grievances Large shipments of western wool have computed.E. Section 1. The County Commissioners lug. them every member of tho family, the
began and lands
storm bottom
are settled. If it I It not speedily settled been made through Savannah to New tr B. VanDeman of the state agricul- of this State are hereby invested with I a five or six: in number, was writhing in were '
houses
many others are expected to follow them. York, and the trunk lines to the northare tural department, in speaking of pecan general superintendence of tho public pain. A physician was called in, and like completely straws 100Jed,Is feared swept.away
The strike was brought about by conflicts exercised no little over the diversion culture in Florida, says: "Ouo grower roads within their respective counties, after hard work succeeded in relieving many live _
between white and colored laborers. of traffic this way. With deeper water in Florida has now a grove of 4,000 pecan and may establish new change and discontinue I. the suffering and deadening tho effect: of are lout. Many men, women and Ihidr.n'could -

S Large fortunes are continually failing from Savannah to the bar, the Richmond r trees six year*old. When they begin I old roads, and keep the snmo In the poison. bo seen on but tho rooftops and trel,

to the lot of Georgia men, Sir Eugene and Danville can offer such freight rates to 000 bear their product will be worth $1110,- pood repair In the manner hereinafter A franchise has been obtained at Pratt by Ipcctator. it WM Impossible I

Drake, of, lethorpe: county, expects from the west to Now York, by way of yearly at wholtsalc, a figure: which provided. mines for a system of waterworks. Tho TCCU
A HAlLftOAD
to claim his millions at an early day, and this port. that a vast amount of new certainly makes tobacco raining and Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the town has grown to such dimensions that I TRAl DTCD

now Bernard Wittner, an ex-resident of tfaQlc will come this way. A congress of orange; growing seem far less tempting.u County Commissioners to establish the water bus become a necessity. It is al A lanl City Btor special reprtl" _
Savannah, falls heir to 300000. Curiously representative men would be of great Iho pay.roll of the late session of tbo width and grade of the public road I, together too thickly settled for wells to terrible rain and wind storm

enough, these large fortunes all value to Savannah we believe. We legislature us prepared by Mr. W. II. causeways and bridges in their respective be healthy. Besides, to supply so large vicinity six of Osceola Saturdl night _
come from foreign countries. Foreign would suggest that the mayor and the Trimmer, of Escambia county, will foot counties. placo with water holds out the promise I About Inches of .,pas- _
capital is coming this way of its own leading business men of the city confer up as follows: Members, per diem aud Sec. 8. No public road can be established of a profitable investment. Work is expectcd sengcr train on the Kansas City, Oeceola' .. .

free will and accord. the advisability of calling a river and I mileage, $43,000. Attaches, per diem I changed or discontinued except to begin at an early day and will and Southern rond, was .dithed it, _

Senator Wolcott cf Colorado, will be harbor congress.: and over mileage .$.' ,000. Committee on application to tho Couuty Commis. be pushed to completion as rapidly aspossible. and miles from Oscela killing S e engineer. I _

at the unveiling of the henry Primitive BantUta aid Ik. Alliance. clerks and extra clerks, over $: ,000; sioners. I Water will be procured from a paselger. f. ,
W.present Grady monument in Atlanta. so Throughout Georgia there are many total, $33,000; to which may bo added Sec. 7. The road overseers of the soy. Village creek, which affords an abundant At Emporia three and A half Inches felj\ '

chairman Northen has been informed. Ilard.heU or Primitive Baptists, and in I for legislative printing, (estimated) $12- eral divisions shall summon in writing/ supply in three hours. Nearly every cola: ia

When Mr. Northen and his associates no part of the state have they more I 000; making the total expenses, $07,000. or in person at such times and In such A" correspondent- or the the town wns flooded,. and ,

sent out invitations to distinguished parties strength than in southwest Georgia In The first sei tion of Florida's new game numbers as lie may deem advisable, all writing from Moulton, says: Agt-JJerall Tho R. L., floors of many hO\'e were '" ere with Y
water to the of
depth several
throughout the country to attend the Sumter, Marion, Schley, Stewart and law reads as follows: "That no person persons liable to road duty and who Goyer Oil Company are now to .IDVhe.
preparing Wheat and suffered .
unveiling of the Grady monument Senator -, Webster they flourish like, a green buy shall chase or kill any wild deer in any hare been appointed three to his division giving (put three new rlggs in tho field at once. able corn have '" S _
WoTcolt was on the list. lIe bus I tree. A prominent allitaccman is reported part of this state for more than four at least days notice, except incase Your correspondent was Informed the damage.

written an answer accepting the invita .by the Amerlcui 'Timet-Recorder months in any 'ear. No person, corporation of casualties and storms, when onoday's other day that they were preparing to niUUCD IK 11'Wo1E'

as saying: "There is trouble between<< the association of company shall sell, notice is sufficient, of the time an I put ten wells down at onee. It is no A dispatch from fera says t Additional .

tion.The large amount of advertising matter Hardshell Baptist church and the, al. expose for sale or have in his, or her, or place where such person shall be requiredto longer an experiment, but they are now particulars of .flood which r
distributed by the railroads leads to many liance. The Ilirdshells, it teem, have its possession in this state after the same work at and the tools with which he going for oil. The company is composed washed out Farm Creek and Copperas

inquiries in regard to the south from a clause in the creed or constitution has been killed, any wild deer or fresh must l"ppl,1imsclf; and such notice, if of business men, with plenty of capital. creek valleys verify the drat reports of -

various portions of the country. Assistant of their church which forbids snyjnem-,'. 'venison,' save only during the months in writing, may be served by leaving it They believe that coal oil exists' hero In tea damages. The, people on th: -
General P..aenger'.Agen Kight recently ber of the churtll being a]member of a when hunting is permitted by the county with a member of his family over four.. large quantities, and they arc now going : Lao were completely hemmed
received four leUerl-One from secret order. "rtie' alliance, happens S commissioners of each county, as here teen years of age at his residence; provided after it.The S by the angry waters. for flv*' _

South Dakota, asking about fruit growing to be a secret order, and as a consequence inafter provided, of any ;year." that no person shall be required to case of F. II. Gafford and others or six miles up the river and a mile and i' _
in Georgia, two from Illinois about many members of it have receqtly been James A. IIsrrll"and Albertus Vogt work on the public roads beyond the limits Involving the possession of valuable coal; 'hal bac1 to the hills bcv lost 'all\their
cf the road district in which he ronides. :
and from Massachusetts turned out of the church for-violating reeetlyiold to places the water la I stand.
a
sheep raising, one syndicate 4,000 acres of lands adjoining Irondale which has' many
Sec. 8. able-lwdled male ,
in regard to vineyards and fruits. its laws. Of course that will never do. phosphate land in Marion, Levy, Citrus, over the Every of eighteen and person under been pending in the land office at Wa h'ington lag 0 feet deep over the coruleld.Along
Some of our best members belong to the llernando age years the Toledo
and peoria
The letters were referred to Secretary of Polk counties for $,570.- $ for voice time. hss been Wetern roaa
Hardshell church, and a man should not 000 the age of forty-five years, resident in any finally Is
State Cook. cash they retaining in the i a terrible scene of wreckage;
same 5K stttled in favor of Mr. Gaflord.
The
of this State land Te
give his church for anything. Tho 100 county for thirty days, shall household
up interest-In order furniture of the
There will be nine to control it. entered people
was
courts Mr. Gafford
appellate organized be by several
subject and liable to work roads years
Alliance must do something in the mat on
Judge C. G. Butt Farnidale and Hilton
Gordon all
in the United States in It. Rodgets when it of was washed
one ago, was little market value
and bridges in such
The I I is county for not ,
ter. olny remedy see to have1two and President more
Gilbert of r away. .China baby
each of the federal circuit The Orlando but carriages, wagons
on. I negotiated than eight days In disputes arose over its ownership, ,,
branches of the order eachyear providedthat
-one secret the deal and the Packard ; dead cattle tables and
,
having jurisdiction over Georgia will be theb'g: such so to road and it went to Watblogtdn for settle pisuos, /once,
and the other h.l. question of any person subject
located at New Orleans, to be composedof open. phosphate brokers of London add ment. Part of tbo are plo'leQ feet high 'lgsID't railroad
Brook duty such service land lies within
deep moment to us. There are, perhaps, may perform by an the tel Iron
Judge L. Q. O. Lamar, of the supreme 2,000 Hardshell Baptists now in the Alliance lyn, are interested. A company was im able bodied substitute over the age of limits of Irondale, and it U amongst: the te. Mite bridge, 800 feet lung,

court, Judge Don A. P-rdee, of and unless we set.quickly they mediately organized for mining. James eighteen or in lieu thereof may pay to the most valuable property in the district.! washed greek and, just completed, was b

this circuit court, and another judge to will either have to get out of the church A. Harris is president and Albertu, YogI road overseer the sum of one dollar for The decision of the land office places it located. away In Fon du Lime unit to'wnahln.not ,yet been
where,
be appointed by the President. The new or the Alliance." general manager. The company' name .. each day required tim work, taking his receipt authoritatively In Mr Oaflord's. bands. two big stood there 1
intermediate appellate courts will take Ilaallac War Rrcerd. is the "Crown and Crescent" The fur the same, which receiptssba.Il be The Iran Nllaailen.The ten brickyards is now F
feet
of
all matters but those of the most weighty The following request from the agentof transaction created a profound stir. by him'turned over to the county treasurer New York 1'rtu says that the fact live stock and w.te.gardens Tie will loss to crops, ,
character from the business of the supreme the War Department at Washington A matter which the women of Florida within ten days.PHILADELPHIA'S. that "the Iron situation is unchanged" is 1eDOru

bench. was received and published by the Atlanta have much at heart just now Is the erec -- -, -,-,- -.- very favorable) "/or the steadiness is pre TOHJIADO IN JU :TCT,

The postoffice deportment at Washington Constitution: "The following tion of a home io Florida for confederate REPLY dicated of prices, which are, In fact, A tornado Js reported from the counties

has given out the annual readjustment named official reports of the tattle of veterans. An association has been incorporated -- firmly held In spite of an increase In the of Munroe, Metcalf and Washington

of the salaries of the second-class: Chickamauga, are not on file in the war called the Home Incorporation, To the Demand that She Make active productive capacity from 110,380!! in Southern Kentucky, About fifty
postmasters based on the receipts of the records offlce, but are wanted to make the aim of which is to purchase about ten Good Bardsley's tons per week on thu lit of May to 147,. farm houses were swept away, and th* '

office for the past jeur. The salaries of the Confederate reports complete. Will acres of land in some good location, and Stealings. 769 on the Utof June or an increase of loss to the crop destroyed will amount I

second-class postmasters in Georgia are you kindly publish the list and request to erect thereon a building at a co.t of A Philadelphia dispatch says: In replying over 20 i Jer cent The end of the coke to 25000. Tompklnsville, James
increased as follows: Brunswick from information to be sent to me of the address about $13,000, which money they hope Saturday to the demand of Attorney strike is largely responsible for Ibis great Payne's Louse was wrecked and several
$3,800to $2,400; Columbus $3.600 to of surviving officers of the respective to bo aMe to raise by subscriptions and General lien lei that the city pay increase in production, la spite of which members of his family Injured. '8m r

$3,700, and Rome, from $3,490 to C mmAn! tGeorglaFortYlilth other mean;. Some of this amount baa over to tb's state so me $600,000 collected not only is there node..Hoe, but an actual McPherson's house and JIb Barllctt'a

$3,500. The offices at Americus, Mri- Georgia Regiment already been secured and tamest appeals by; ex-City Treasurer Bard.lej, City improvement In inquiries I/ not in orders. distillery were destroyed near Spring
etta and Thonwsville were taken from Infantry Colonel Preston )t. Col. for funds have been set a'l over Comptroller 'I bum paoli said that the city Bessemer Iroo. Indeed has been active at field., 'Ih"damegceanmu.'t.dtnID.VOO. ,
third cUss and placed in the second cUss, quitt and Major A. M. Speer-Eighth the state through the medium of the cannot recognize tie claim of the state, pittsbur, and would command higher '

the salaries at each place being increased Georgia battery, Colonel Leroy newspapers. The projectors of the pl.n as In Bardsley conclusion was the state's fiscal:. * to $3,000. Napier and Major Z. L. Waiters were in hopes of having the old soldiers' the city comptroll. r si;{nflcan'ly ]- to be done over again, stocks being I i
Tweoty-fifth Georgia infantry home ready for this says that other discrepancies! have reduced vety low. Philadelphia ani Of Pennsylvania's
Georgia has taken a step forward in occupancy coming been discovered for which the Reapportionment
state U
Lieutentant Colonel A. J. Williams falL Cincinnati have been offering southern J
her militia alOUd Bills
the organization or liable to the It
city. learned
Urn l Twenty-Ninth Georgia JHeaer was Satur. coal blast at $19 a ton, but most of the
Inantry, Mlratrberrlee.
basis. The esprit de corps day I bat A '
other from
discrepancies. to which southern dispatch Usrrlsburg, Pa., MJSI t!
The larger furnaces
better and Lieutenant Colonel George It MclUe- strawberry season, white it lasted are sold ahead
citizen soldiery was never Comptroller Thompson referred is Bach blU dividing the state' Into
the prospect is that in a few years we will Thirteenth Georgia Infantry, Colonel proved a renumerative 000 lu spite of the embezzlement $ UOOO of the another and can wait; they bold prices firmly, If gressloaal and legislative districts CD. '
stat
8. Bovton First bat. excessive freight they do no ask advances! and were
Georgia charge
James
well esatted the they are
equipped by funds
have 5,000 or 10,000 troops, by vetoed Tuesday
Bardsley, making a total of morning by
tube sharpshooters Major Arthur Shad transportation companies. not disposed to make long coo traci. t gO,
any
well drilled and under admirable Lawtey. in $609,000. It... also teamed that the ernor. II* gives his reasons
_Fifteenth Georgia Infantry Colonel Bradford county, takes the Heavy I> .... i
discipline. Similar will be taktinb lead In the books of the ama his main ut
step
Dubose and J. P. Shannon production of this Keystone bank do Dot show Miss' Effle obJetiR t bt
most of the states and in some, like D. M. Major delicious fruit. This what h s become of the Hastings baa been awarded last they bi
million dollars !
/
.___Seventeenth Georgia infantry Li fur a number of $$.1100 damages Sol unfa many
New York, great progress have been u. year weeks, there was anaverage that Bardsley had deposited there,to bis against Ed el, mana- !Irregularities !to the
Charles W. Matthews th ar
made already. Now, consider what this tenant Colonel shipment If about 830 bushels of Credit as city treasurer and to his several at once instituted suit against Sol Edel elttltgtona cotr., t* will-
Georgia infantry Colonel J. strawberries
Twentieth
per day from Lawtoy and for $23,000 damages for defamation
weU private trnnnnt of
to
means. With 5,000 or 10,000 equipped ssys postpone the .
the
WaddeU-I1.rris'l Georgia battery. net for resppor.tionment
and well-trained militia in each state, D. receipts som. tims averaged character, and the result wu.. above of the stst to
;It would be possible for the United States Captain M. W. HarrU-Messenburg'e. !? per bushel a total daily receipt of UNCLE SAM'S CASRDoezn't stated. Mr Edel has appealed the case which shall be elected ky a\peopw legislatureS thoroughly 4
T. .
L. Messen- This
Georgia battery Captain was, of course, at the to the court.
government to mobilize an army of 200' ... .Colonel C. C. Cre.s's Cavalry ruling at the Jason. supreme awakened &a sens pf how their
bejrinniog
burg of the Balance to Am Alllaare
Atlanta GnutiMio Up Any Ballr.
in representatives
000 days
men thirty -
this
brigs,le-Second Georgia cavalry, Lieutenant The gross sale of one single firm la the Great Extent. Bruadige is tusking extensive ht" "fa1 t mt JMIN
prepareUoim.s _
Ison _ _
F. M. Third bet: _
Colonel strawberry amounted to $!' for tbe alliance
nearly
greatest rally the
The thirt-D Dth annul session of the Georgia cavalry, Colonel It. Thompson I 000, and one grower raised and chipped16,999quarta. Tb Uitd States treasurer's state first day of the meeting of the State on AU 'TAEK* Tea UVSStraws 4
the Blind closed at Macon ment. Issued Thursday shows that tb
for
Colooel ,
*
Academy _Fourth Georgia cavalry. .
= liaoce, which has ever !I.* bd In tha / show tb wild wind
'
a few days ago. This it one of the Isaac W. Aveiy-Ferrell's Ge-rgla batten If... .......It... c....*.. -- cash balance Is $14,419.000 of which .Iot, S4j tbe AlHanct Utnud. The blows, th way *, ,
state's moat excellent Institutions, and Ferrell. The Sea $2X029,000 Is on deposit with national : 4
Captain C iL o1. Hard hock Phosphate brotberhuod ia the county arc uniting la And lbs '
Georgia has done a grand work in establishing i md Land Jmpao7 renAlllorgui&edat bank*, and $2O0 600 Is 'in fractional contributions to an Immense barbecue tap,measure. shows u qU ..

and malaUiniog it. yiad.p. : Be sure to suscrib for this paper as it Jackoavill* with a capital stock f' silver deducting whkb item th* net cash bleb will supply 15,000 people with Cut Inhs is snatched tho
.' W. O. Williams h s been in charge contains to* '.tet lie." ll.tM.000; {. the largest of any pbot- balaac U but lt$3.000, which ia tilt dinner. All the rrang have t bU show by .
sine 1838. H. has made a faithful and I lowest flgv* yst roached. It perfected, and there emlt nothing. Th.spotwbee.niii.wsho.pincbel.

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f"? 4. 'THE EAST COAST: ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, ,JULY 3,, 1891.

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and defender JAMES rwrcHAiU, President; W. B. BARRETT, Vice-President- -
friends
THE EAST COAST IDYOC TE. 4- THE whipping of the negro by drews would have "us believe, the In live Brevard of the people's county, Is the lion. W. H W. M.BROWN, Cashier. '

: -f the town authorities a few days county attorney should have a score Sharpe, of City Point. No man has been

ago was warranted under the circumstances of convictions to his credit at the more active In Senator Call's behalf In INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
A vmtv jormsAi DBVOTED to TUB DavaLo in this particular case, next term, which we shall await that county, and no one more Influential.
or TUB INDIAN RIVER AND of American cltsen. -
OrXElTT is the true type an
He
Dr. with considerable and J
and the medicine prescribed by curiosity,
LAEB WORTH iKCTOHl If our country can have such menu (Incorporated under the taws of the State of Florida.)
Wilson was the proper remedy. shall be much surprised if we are W. H. Sharpe and the Stewart, and ,

" Titusville The incident however, should be regaled with more than the usual others like them, in office, the rights of'' Authorized capital, $100,000

*it 4 Office: Washington Avenue Florida., used as a precedent, and the same hog-poisoning or cow-killing cases, the people will be safe, and this free L""" Paid up capital,,
Indian River, will be preserved for our $25,000
dose administered in future, when. with, perhaps, the conviction of a government; ---"' 1
children corporations will be restrained, Average deposits
; I ,
ever indicated, whether the obstreperous colored offender or two, for petty and held under the control of the laws; $140,000 '

EVERY FRIDAY. prisoner be rich or poor, larceny. Judge Broome should also and there will be no selling of votes by

rCDLISHED Jew or Christian, black or white.If have his hands full next fall, if the people's representatives, to the monopolists Transacts a General Banking

any indignation exists among the Public jtyirit is correct, but we and the foreign"BBBVARD money COUNTY.power."

entered ,at the TltnuTlIle rortnfflce M Becondcuuw the negro element on account of venture to predict that he will close Business,
Mail Matter. the whipping, it is probably not because court as usual, by complimentingthe As to the influence and energy of

they consider the punishment Grand Jury on the small the Hon. W. II. Sharpe, commenton lIe Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rinr

TERMS, Inwlably In Advance, undeserved, but from the feeling amount' of criminal business he our part is unnecessary. in -
that an equally offensive white man find In Brevard.It has been a prominent figure DIRECTORS 1
Br (;beck, Portal urge, or One and Two Cent Brevard county politics for many .PnirrnABn W.B.BARxrrKPreniiU.,
l'o Stainpi. would not have received the same is always with great reluctancethat establish of the Nr.Uonalllank of JmckKmrllle j Rt

year ...................................l.fio treatment. They no doubt recollect we take issue with and differ years-sufficiently long to JickMrnrllle DURKEB: (Vioe-President Nation Bank.r
Months.............................1.007hnle Lambdin the from esteemed contemporaries, a record, for what it is worth. Buowa. ), W. S. GRAHAM and w' "w.
MX MonthsSSt ,............................ .. .80 tramp printer, our know the and crit- a
..................... BOOne whose conduct certainly called for but we would be remiss in the duty Our people man, CORRESPONDENTS.
MyAddreVt in"u' 8.or Canada,Prepaid I, icism, either favorable or adverse, Seaboard National Bank of Sew York
and
residents
to the lash about patrons-the -
a year ago. Equal we owe our National Dank of JacUonllJe.
would have little a'rITUsVILLE
'Justice to all. The law in the of Indian River-if we allowed in these columns, FL 1.

...tot,.,. WALTBBAssociateEditor 8. G..RA. I hands of Mayor Wilson is strong, the article referred to, to go effect in changing their opinions. ,

&: Manager,....C. 1[.WALTOX. and white tramps may find out he to the outside world without our The intimation that the representatives -

is no respector of the color of a earnest protest. from Brevard county at the

skin, in meting out his new and effective last legislature bartered their votes T. MURPHY
We do not hold onralvw mpomrbte for the TOWN FINANCES.We "to the monopolists and the foreign
minion* of our correspondents, Ant we claim remedy. ,
tb right to reject any communication. money power, is a burning injustice -

Gmmnnlcatloni for publication must be written THE OFFICE OF MAYOROf take pleasure in presentingbelow and a fling of that vile char

plainly on one she of the paper only,and for inspection by our read acter which could only originate Jacksonville Machine
.banld, In every cam, be accompanied by the TitusviUe is sinecure
no longer a financial
the writer. Messrs.
and neceniwrl y for ers, a report showing with an anonymous
ppebllicatlona,but ai a guarantee of good faith. ', but in order to attend to the status of Tltusville, at this time. Hardee and Atkinson worked hard

duties connected with the office, There are few municipalities the for their constituents, and accomplished -

RATESI'PaBYU" 'and discharge them properly, a State of Florida which are not much. Few men could And Iron fork

ADVERTISING :large amount of time is required, staggering under a heavy load of have done more. Even a Webster,

I and quite frequently the duties are indebtedness. Three years ago, at Clay or Calhoun would have failed .

One Inch,..........................'15.00 10.00 of a very unpleasant character. this season, the town was two thou. to control the horde of hayseedswho

Two Three Inch.." 20.00 Hardly a day passes in which the sand dollars worse off than no ruled the last legislature. But PUMPS ENGINES AND MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
.............. 2/1.00 ,
l-onrlnch is not called either to
rue Inch or Quarter Col.,. JJWHalfColnmn Mayor upon, thing. On July 1st., 1889,we werea the work of our worthy represent-
Mel hold court, superintend public little less than thousand be Made and Repaired.
Whole Column...........100.00 one atives is apparent to any one who
work, or inspect nuisances. The hind. On the date 1890 the
same I. kept the run of legislation duringthe
for' Eli Months,divide the yearly rate by two demands of the position have be. old debts had been wiped out, but session, and watched their ef. CENTRIFUCAL. PUMPS PIPING & SUCTION
Md add 10 oent.
per come so great during the past few an empty treasury remained; while forts in pruning the numerous absurd ,
For Three Months, divide the yearly rate bytoar that the salary of one hundred
years, to-day the town has to its credit bills that were introduced, For
Phosphn1 e nrec1girng.:
,and add 20 cent.
per '
dollars per annum is entirely nearly nine hundred dollars in cash. when they could not kill them.

local Advertisement, Ten Cent rer Line inadequate compensation for the It is true, many needed improve The railroad commission was
OFFICE & WORKS
BMh Insertion.MA service performed. ments have had to wait, and much doomed by the Farmers' Alliance, :

Beading Matter, not In "Local News'' Before the next town election occurs has been left undone, that the before the convened
legislature t 134 & t 136 East Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.IIJun6mo
Five Cents Per Line Each Insertion. the .
Mtamni, the sentiment of people council would have done but for and its fate cannot in any anyway ,

Legal Advertisements at Legal Rates. should be ascertained on the sub the struggle to get out of debt. A be attributed to the conduct of our:

AH the above rates are for one edition perweek. ject, and steps taken to increase new era has dawned, and with old representatives. We have heard

., the Mayor's salary. It is to the scores wiped out, and something traits in the character of Mr. Atkinson E. O. BLAIR. D. B. THRASHER

Bills collected monthly, If not otherwise interest of every tax payer to see left in the treasury to draw on, we strongly criticised-even

greed upon. an able and efficient individual at are confident the tax payers of TI- his ability may be questionedbuthis Blair & Thrasher

the head of the town government, tusville would the ,
gladly approve those who
neck,etc,may be made payable to "Graham integrity, never, by
*Wai ton." and we cannot hope to have the action of the council in improving know him welU The communication

present incumbent continue to the streets and beautifying the PRODUCE: BROKERS
fr Merchants and all others to whom we are from Brevard county, whichwe
Mtbted will oblige ns by presenting their bill. serve, or any worthy successor town, even though they' go as far give above, and the insinuationit

the lit of every month for prompt settlement step into his shoes and give the as to incur a few hundred dollars contains, as far as it refers to

time and labor required to performthe Indebtedness.The, the selling of votes by our representatives Commission! & Distributing Merchants

functions of the office -properly gratifying condition 'of the is maliciously false and ,
all communications to ,
Address unless something like adequate town finances reflects credit upon cowardly. 153 BEST BAY STREET JACKS.ONYILLE FLA
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, ,
compensation is provided for the the economical and conservativecourse

TmmviLuc, FLORIDA.F.O.BOX.M. time consumed in attending to the of the City Fathers duringthe P. O. Box, 761. .
duties of the office, More Bargains In Real Estate.No. .
past few years; while the mon

A few years ago, the fines assess ey derived from four saloon licenses, 12. Pineapple land. Lot 0 and n. ORANGES AND PINEAPPLESA

F. A. M.Indian ed in the Mayor's court were which amounts to $800 per year, e. i of s. e. } of sec. 15, t. 87, r. 40 e;'M
worth into acres, Including a clearing and field of: SPECIALTY.
River Lodge No. 00, Free and scarcely taking account was an unexpected windfall, and ,
set north fork
10,000 pineapples, out on
;
Accepted :Masons, hold their meetings in calculating the revenue of the the income derived from this source of St. Lucie river.- Price, $1,000. 'Very : ,Consignments of all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables, and Produce Solicited.

ou the FBIDAT on or before Fall Moon, town, but under the present Mayor, alone, if used solely for town, Improvements little waste land in the tract. ', LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE.
at 730 p. m., in Masonic Hall, in the Indian the revenue from this source has will give us beautiful No. 13. Lot 4 of sec. 14,containing 31 PROMPT: RETURNS.

River State Bank building, Titusvine. become quite an important item, streets and decent river' front ina .acres; and lot 2 of sec. 23, containing 7Q References: National Bank of the State of Florida; W. II. Sharpe, Sharpest. T. V.
a acres; all In t. 20, r. 88 e. Very fine _Moore, Eden; Wella Sons, Plant City, etc. 12junTltTO.
and will
Visiting brethren are cordially Invited aggregate at present not few years : ,hammock, situated opposite Mlcco, on
to attend. less than four hundred dollars per REPORT OF J. W. ROGERS, TOWN TREASURER 'the peninsula; free from frost. Each
I
WALTER S. GRAHAM,W. M. year. In view of this fact, it does FROM APRIL 23 TO JUNE 25, 1801. lot has a quarter of mile of river front. :: r. LE Ge.A
JOSEPH MKNDEIX: Secrety seem as if we could afford to dou. To amt. collected to Apr. 23rd; This land is bounded on the north by the ,

ble the of the as per report........... .. .. .$2140.74 recent purchase of S. F. Gibbs from Jno.
present salary Mayor
Apr.25. Cash reed. from B.Circle 110.00 V. Baird, and is about half a. mile northof
We hope to see the new Board of which would make it two hun. n 29. *4 '* 84.63 the celebrated place of Smith Bros. WHOLESALE GROCER
dred dollars per year. There are May 7. .' is 14 27.67 One of the finest bodies of land in the ,
County Commissioners demonstrate few men who could fill the position U 9. n 21.00 county, excellently adapted for the culture
its character II 29. M ," 35.00 of oranges, lemons, vegetables or
progressive by .
with credit who would be willing
29. II 2.85 pineapples. This place will not standon Flour Tobacco and Butter
taking steps at its first meeting to tq give the time required, and 2fl. 10.85 our books many days. Speak quick. J' Fancy Specialties,

fare printed, in time for early dl.. subject themselves to the many un. JunelS. 72.10 Either lot, separate, $27.60 per acre, or
pleasant situations they would be 25. To total amts. reo'd.to- $25 for the whole tract
tribution a large and creditable
I compelled to face, for even five date............... $2519.30 No. 13. House and lot In Tltusville, SANPOR.D, : e'LA.
edition of Brevard county and at corner of Palm and Julia streets, ad.
pam Apr. 23. Warrants paid turned -
hundred dollars per annum. residence of Wm. )(.
joining Brown
phlets. Thousands of people in all over to Town Coun- .
Comprises a lot 75 by 98 feet, and the
parts of the country are thinking LAWLESSNESS UNCOMMON IN cil,(as Sanitary per report Fund rendered )....$123.84 house Is of new style, nicely finished, BUTTER & CHEESE in Cold Storage.The .
about their home in and
making Florida 23. Paid to B. A. Circle (for good as new; cost $1,300 to buUd.

and would like to know something BREVARD. Scott), No. 230.... .... 35.00 Known as the Huckabay residence. Bottom
of the Indian River. By 23. Paid to Belcher&Geiger, price, $1,200. Only Cold Storage In South Florida. Correspondence- respectfully- .

sending them a county pamphlet The Public Sprit, in Its last is- No.234........ ....... 12.64If and No.DeSoto 14. House streets and Just lot, corner north of of Pine the solicited.
14. Paid Circle
to B. A (for
ay
they can become posted, and may sue, says : "The tidal wave of disorder Scott),'No. 243....:... 35.00' home of George W. Martin. Very large
be Induced to locate with us. now sweeping over our county 14. Paid to Belcher& Geiger, lot; small but well built house, only

has its origin Inthe- bar-rooms," No. 244.... ........... 7.00 finished. a few weeks ago. Cost over 19mr3moCONTRACTS TOBACCOS SOAPS &' PEARLINE.
$300. Plastered and has ,
28. Paid to B. A. Circle for throughout,
and one not conversant with the (
Tex people of TitusYille are Soott), No. 247... .... 33.00 fireplace and chimney.. Price, $400.
working as they have never done facts in the case .would suppose ." 28. Paid to B. A. Circle (for No. 15.' House and lot, fronting ,on
before that this beautiful Indian River ...... Broad street, in Tltusville, Just east of
to beautify the town. The Scott), No. 250. 6.60
the home of W. R. KnOx. Fronts
50 feet
the scene of extreme EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
Board of Aldermen are doing their country was Total pd.from San. Fund$255.14 on railroad. Two houses on the lot;
best to second the efforts of the lawlessness violence and debauch. Apr.23. Warrants paid and turned property now rented to good tenant, at
The article is a libel over to Council $7 month. Price '7G-a
people. Cannot the County Commissioners ery. upon per ,2. greatbargain. #1
(General Fund), as
per .
our fair and peaceful county, and
be induced to spend a report rend.Apr.23rd, $055.83\
ho. 18. Fine block of hammock and
to attribute disorders which
tow dollars in the any 23. P'dJ.W.RogersNo.231, 37.60
beautifying pine, just north of town park; beautiful
Court House Square by planting may occur here and there, at iso 23. B. Circle, 232, 60.00 place for residence. Size, 250 by 350

shade trees in and about the en. lated points, to the licensing of sa "" 23. 8. J. Norton, "" 233, 1.00 feet. Would make 14 good building lots.
loons is absurd and frivolous if 23.to L. C. Oliver, 235, 6.51 More than half of this block is splendid
closure? A few dollars u "
expended 27.U De R. Wilson, 238, 11.25 oak and magnolia hammock. Price
la this way at present will produce not childish. May H.to L R. S. Co. 237, 29.31 5O. .
Titusville, with her four saloons, 14.U L. C. Oliver, 238, 22.50
a beautiful park in a few No. 17. Two good building lots, opposite !
and afford years and the only place in the county to 14.U E. L. Co., 239, 18.75 the Titusville publio school; ad'
a pleasant
for visitors who have resting businessat place where the sale of liquor can be car. U" 14.U R A. Circle, "" 240, J.75 joining property of C. E. DaUn; excellent Schedule In effect July 6, 1891.
may 14.u {v. II. Myers, 241, 6.60 neighborhood. Size 60 105 feet. steamer ANCIENT
by CITY
leave
B-Fl16 New
of the Smyrna Wednesdaysand
sled under
on protection Mondays,
to
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the and excellent 14. H. J. Brown 242 ,..80U
county seat an Price $125 each. Fridays at 5
Titusville '
a. w.; II a. m. Rock Ledge, 3 m. arriving at Mel-
spot for the holding of open law, is a law-abiding community; 14. M. 8.,Jones, No. 18. E t of n. w. J, and lots land bourne! at '7 p. m. Returning, leaves MelLurne at 8 a, m.p., Tuesdays; Thursdaysp
air meetings and county gatherings, no time in her history has life and (park)" 245, 100.00 2 of sec. 17, t 81, s. r. 89 e., containing Saturdays Rock1edge, 8 a. m.; TitusviUe, 12 m.; arriving at New Smyrna at
28.U L. Oliver
C. 245 6'7.60U
to property been more secure and less 144 acres Has half mile of river front, 7 p. m. ,
say nothing of the enhanced val. 29.U B. A. Circle, 248, 60.00 on west side of river,at head of Narrows, R. P. PADDISON,
disorder than at G. F, ADDISON
prevailed present.Far U ,
ue It would give to the property 28.U J. W. Rogers, 249, 25.00 just below Barker's Bluff. Good fringeof General Manager.
A.
more drunkenness was appar. I U 28.to E. B. Wager, 251, 15.60 hammock front. Part marsh, but o. p. 4 p.

ent on our streets during the dry To p'd from Gen. Fund, $1406.30 about 100 acres of good land In the tract.
THE Agricultural Departmenttook rot die-back regime than today.If BECAPITULATIOir. Price, $2,000.No. -Mr. J. T. Woodworth of Jacksonville -Get the ADVOCATE at Dr.Screven's.Five .

charge of the weather machinery disorders are of frequent occur Total amount ree'd.from Feb. 17 19. The north 43 acres of lot 1, was In town Wednesday. I Cents per copy.
to June 25,1891..............2519.80 and of the n. e. t of n. w. J of sec 6, t. Pictures, 4 for Mcts. '
of the at Woodward'sent
government Wednesday.The rence at Eden, Cocoa, or elsewhere, By amt. pd. from Sanitary Fund, 255.14 27, r. 3'7 e. Price 20 per acre. This Range of Temperature
change may be for the better, a return to prohibition would not U ii ii ii General 1405.30To land Is two miles of Eau Game, just TltnsviUe. Picture of a whole: U TiturUto

but we have grave doubts on the cure the evil. If liquor is being amt in bank, as per ch'k b'k. &8.86 north of Horse Creek, and opposite family for Wtets. Also fine collection of For the week, ending last night May

subject. Once the hayseed. get sold without a license today it $..2519.30BALAXCK : : Tropic Gochen; about a quarter of a mile northof Florida views for sale +t.(. I 1, 1891, as compared with that of the
full control of the rain could be done and IX BAn postoffice. High bluff front; Cholera Infantum has lost 1U terrors
supply, they just as easily corresponding week in 1890. Recordedat
To credit of Sanitary Fund.......f384.66to deep water close to shore. Land in since the introduction of Chamberlain's
will figure on keeping their own freely if the county were dry. If It,, General u...... 474.80 same vicinity has sold within past year Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. the U. S. Signal office, TItuivttle.

particular farms liberally supplied, the disorder and violence which the Total....." ..,......,.,..,.$&&& at $75 per acre. When that remedy is used, and the treat. 1800. Jtnre. 1891.
without regard to the necessities of Public Spirit claims to exist is a 77 No. 20. Lot 4 of sec. 32,137.land.r. 41 e. meat, as directed with each bottle, is Day Max. MIn. Max. Min
excellent
ether sections. If the farmers in reality, how is it that our wonder. AN INJUSTICE. acres mile;front on St.pineapple Lucie river, adjoinIng Quayter followed, a cure Is certain. Mr. A. W. 20 92 73 84 77
Kansas should succeed in getting fully effective and much-lauded plantation of Stewart A Gasling. Walter, a III prominent merchant at Wal- 27 94 76 85 89
ersborg, : .Jt cured 28 90 70
control of the Weather Bureau they county court which ha. been a pet We clip the following anonymous The beat of land for sale on ,St. Lucie boy of cholera Mvs Infantum, after my several baby 29 00 75 73 W 93 74

would no doubt appropriate the hobby with the Public Spirit for so paragraph from a recent issue 9f river, at reasonable figure. other remedies had failed The child SO 95 76 94 75
Terms of the above half cash
entire rain supply to keep their long, does not put a stop to the the Timet.Union balance in on one any, two or three years, at legal ; was so low that he seemed almost beyond JOLT

Born fields In a thriving condition. racket If wide-spread disorder I "TrrusviLLE, FLA. June 24, 1801. interest. Correspond with us. the medicine.aid of human 25 and hands 50 ,cent or reach bottles of any 2 1 86 74 93 00 73

We await result with anxiety. .does prevail to the extent Bro. An. I "Among the most Influential and &c-. BOBBUIS .t G&AHAM, Titusvllle..x sale by Dixon 4 Gray 215 for 90 74 00
J. E. LAHOCETTX, Observer.


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Xaa1E..o -'VPorth. With, a Refrigerator, Zee Creaxn Freezer, Cooler, Etc.


[OPEN ALL THE-YEAR ROUND At the same time Protect Yon from Mosquitoes with Screen Wire, green & galvanized ; Windows Door Frames. ...


Special Low Rake for Summer Guests. '
F. T. BUDGE, Titusville, Fla. .
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J. G. McDONEL, '

|22my3m Proprietor. ness The district.Street Committee we understand I THE GOTTEN HOUSE II. E. OLMSTEAD, INDIAN RIVER LUMBER CO

with "
are negotiating: the railway company The Pioneer Dealer In ,
for a special rate on fifty car loads of (SUMMER RESORT) .
Melbourne. refuse limestone from Ocala. I Feb. 28 1891.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE Incorporated
Mr chief 7,'
Knight engineer of the J. T. Sewanee Tenn. ,
A K. W. Ry. Co, who secured 80me' HANSON .
11. Manager. .
Very warm lately, but not equal to I i
,
thirty car loads of this material for the Eau Gallie.I )
|New York. tow of Green Cove Springs, Informs ua ; G
UNDER MANAGEMENT OF :MRS FLA. .
in Stock Choice variety of TITUSVILLE
Mosquitoes numerous part of last that It is far snperion to the shell marl keep a ,

[week, but far lens numerous now. from DeLeon Springs for paving rmrpo JOE II. SMITH OF JACKONVILLE.NOW GROCERIES, HARmVAUE, .
sea, while the cost win be much lowe COMPLETE STOCK OF
Pineapples are being forwarded from If a liberal ate of transportation can be CROCKERY,TOILET ARTICLES, ETC

[tills vidalty. The shipment increase secured from the railway company. OPEN. Apply for Terms. And will Sell as Low as the Lowest.' MOUI.WSGS!, BRVBHIW,

{ daily. I Call and examine my Stock. 18
TWINED WORK, PAINTS,
The steamer St. Lucie made several Mr. Van Felt editor of the Craig, Mo. Special EYTorfe.ilule to EntertainOwstt.
I stops 'aIt East Melbourne last week for Meteor, went to a drug store at Ilillsdale., J. E. ENDER & CO., LATH SHINGLES, FARM Toots,

I fruit Iowa, and asked the physician !I. attendance -. BRACKETS, PICKETS, SA8II, DOORS,

Mrs. :V. W. Comstock, of Malabar, to give him a d.x>e of something for Refer to Ca.pt.: Joe Smith, TiUisvlUe.Snna 'V v"a'to'h.-- ab.ors: : IIousK:, BOAT SKirr. LUMBER, NURSERY SurriJKS: .Jo '
cholera mwrbus and looseness of the io. ANtiIAJUFACTORING
| spent part of last week with relations
here. bowels. &e says: '"I felt so much better JEWELERS BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, FIBR-BRICK, UVILPKHS' nARDW RE. ;

Me. R. W. domicile and familv, -o) call the on the next physician morning and that get I concluded him to fix W, H. GLEASON &: CO, Titusville, Fla., HOUSES FRAMED: TO ORDER. 'j-; ''" .

I Tlllnuti, are in Capt. >Fozxi me a supply of the medicine. I was BUT HARRISON BROTHEKS' MIXED PAINTS, unequalled for beauty and lasting ..

house at Melbourne Beach enjoying surf- prised when he handed me a bottle ofChambetlaln's'Colic ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASKS Repairing .'f Fine and Complicated qualities. Color Cards anti prices on application. C.; :
) bathing, etc. Cholera And Diarrhooa Watche; setUng of Diamonds and other '
it Agency tT the MArmoter," the bee Wind Engine. made.. __
he i
laid
Remedy. :lIe! prescribed Precious Stoncn. .
Me.: and Mrs. S. H. Field and two -
i children, and Mr*. IL E. and Miss Qraoc regularly his practice and found it TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED Alligator and Hog Tusks Carved and
Cummings, started 'fin Tuesday for thEir i the beat!the could get or prepare. I -can Mounted for ano-heads, brooches, eta Professional CnldR.OtcnRns J. M. Sanders
home at EnglishvUte, Mich. testify to it efficiency In my owe, at aeventa. AND PERFECTED. Shell Jewelry made. .

I ." For-salary. Dixon A: Gray.r 3 In S. 11. RAY new building opposite M. Ronnixn. WALTER 8',ORAUA... Dealer In _
Jfe. L. P. Ely decided to go Intone Abstracts Furnished and Be-Snrreys corner from 1'oHtofllce. i

| real estate business\ and will open an TltusvSQe Sunday Prompt attention to all orders by mailor :BOBBINS. .t: GRAHAM, DRY NOTIONS
Presbyterian
; office here for that purpose. lie :has I Obtained. otherwise. GOODS
[ some valuable property his list I School. ATTORNEYS-A T.LA W, ;,
Homestead and :
Defective
rre-Emytlon
Dr._ C. H. S WM't'lI.block has "beengreatly Entries Corrected and Pefoctod. HODGES & GODFREY TiTfsviLLK Brovard Co., Florida.r. CROCKERY,

| improved fcy two coata of-pMnt, Secretary's Report for aeomd quarter Claims Adjusted before the Department .O.lint,2110.WIIIIratUre. SADDLERY,
i ana Is now the neaUest-looking building of 1391:: In all tile count!<>.of the Seventh STATIONERY, .
JLNCE. at Washington. Manufacturers of Circuit and In the Supreme C mrt. Bpeclal fa-
PBBCERTAOK: OP ATTKSK
In town. Colors we a French with FAMILY MEDICINES,
gray and Land
solicited. cllltle for Examining I'drfectlnK
10
i olive trimming Class Teachers. Per cent Correspondence Titled. 1.V..11:. Dalo.. .... ."44'" .. .100. EAU GALL1E FLA.Piu0 Yellow Pine Lumber *and Hcln to Sjianlsh (trant '
The schooner Manatee, Capt .John 2. :Miss KatiePaddison........ .. 75. Money to Loan. 1 CHOICE GROCERIES, _

Zeflers, passed dews the river Saturday 3. Mrs. R. P. ,]"addl on........ .. .. 83}. 'nOUGH.a DRESSED, HAY, CORN, MAPES' FERTILIZERS
I evening. Capt. John was bound for the 4. Miss Lena ITorwood....,4'.. .. 83j: } .& Cypress LumberOF Onmg Box Heads, D. L. CUtiLDEK, J. T. BAMDKBI FINE PATENT FLOUR.
i Keys for a big load of pine slips. 5. John R. Walker ... ......44.. .100.. Frock a.table CmU Notary. Attorney for Hoard Connty F1orl.d.a..
... ....... .100. Lumber delivered at any part of Indian Rlrermi llonera. Ooooa, : ;
TThe Linda C. wffl start In a day t/t- so 0. Mrs. :Jlumtih .44'" KINDS through bill of ", Anyone oonteinplatliirllibne COllllla
to the Keys for pine slips; also the 7. Airs. Woodward... .....44.... 83}. InQ on the East Onset, would do well to A SANDERS
; Waunita Capt. Fred Valentine. -Theytin 8. .Mrs. Scohie.., .... ....'... ..100. ROUGH OR DRESSED. write torurloeii. The MawmUl II situated on the I IJ. GAULDEN : :
T. W. :
.,T.a 'I(. W.Ry...mile south lalatka.' R.OKerS".
.. ... ....
go to Mataconbe Key. 9. Mrs. Foy.... .. ... 100. w
Shingles Lath Orange Pine- A rent*1 Cocoa,E. Stlllng j EwGaul., EiieeneIlralneril. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
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10. :Mt 8 SusieOladwin .... ..100. 6ino.p
3Jajor C. E. Graves has sold between ,
two and three at Melbourne !Steach 11. Miss Annie Paddlsoa..100. Flights,Piitnam-co.,Fla. Will practice\ In all the Conrts of the BUM '
items of attendance 03 T-44 Gents. Furnishing Goods Shoes Hats
to.M1ss: Grace Cummings,' who will have Average percentage apple &: Vegetable Packages. 3oct-6mo of Florida,and the United States Court ,

tile same cleared.and set out with pineapples Class Class Percent 01 r. O. Box,235. TITUBV1LLE, FLA. Caps, Umbrellas Trunks, Valises

No. Teachers. Average. attend'oc It will pay parties who contemplate Altree's, General Supply Store Money to Loam 18 FINE CIGARS, Etc.

.Mr.. Hosmer, of Boston Is stopping 1. W. :E. Dale... :.. 2 7-12.: 5610.2L building to call on, or address us. Mill The only house In town making a
specialty
with his friend, :31r. S. King at .Mel: 2. Miss PfMblison, 11-12.. 75. at DeLeon Springs. I*the place to Bell What Von Don't Want. and. of Gents. Furnishing Goods.
bourne Beach. Mrs. King has been very 3. Mra. Paddison.... 6}. 78 1-7. Orders promptly filled. Buy What You 1m.HARDWARE M. D. L. DODSON I i,
1'nlnU, CHI, Farming Imple- TQR. /iCgCS Drop In and examine stock and
ill, but we are pleased to hear that she '4. Miss L. Norwood, 41.12 8i. / ; my ,
Is much better. 6. John R. Walker.. 3f. (2|. Chandler & Landers, menta,Dalldera' Material Musical Instrument, compare prices. Cash customers command

6. Mrs. Rurqph.l65.IL JO00-81 P. O., THE SPRINGS, FLA.J. rUXKITURE, And the New PROCESS VAPOR every consideration competitor; ,
SPECIALIST OPERATIVE SURGICAL
IN
Returns for pineapples have been very 7. Mm Woodward.. 7|. .6023-33. STOVE which la death to all other claim to confer.

good so far-evea the culls have met as 8. Mrs. Scobie. ... .. 111-12. *6}. L. Casper, Agent, Tropic Fla. A MECHANICAL DENTISTRY Call when convenient. First door, 1

high as 6 to 8 cents each. We saw returns 9. Mrs Fo;,......... 211-12. 75. 29my3moPSiS south of ADVOCATE office.
for one crate of culls sent to iTlhila- :
10. .8.G1adwln. 2 .
i61L T1TUBVILLE, FLORIDA.
ddphla that netted $0.68. 11. Miss A.Paddison, 8}. 47 fc-21. ;4 l44&

The steamer St.' Sebastian comes up Number school., .. ...............89.! z I-i"/J. B. L. WILLS DIXON & GRAY '
loaded heavily each trip. The East Coast Average attendance... ............561.; ryt. ,

.Transportation Co. cannot expect te get 4F PHYSICIAN.: .SURGEON, Dealer la '
any of that (the lower river trade)'until aftit or HoKORGlass "I' ) Cmj
A graduate of the University of Penn Drugs, Chemicals Perfomery Toilet e
they run their boats through to Jupiter. Teachers : .
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and
sylvania, an experience of twenty
1. W.E.Dale. :
'Three trips per week by the Ancient 5. J. R. Walker. c:>t=0 years In practice, offers his services to Articles, Fine Soaps, Stationery, ",; fi

City will be made. We believe the new 8. Mrs. Scohie. : '" u... the citizens of Tltusvlllo and vicinity JEWELRY, ,

line is bound to become a popular one 9. Mrs Foy. D u OFFICE: ovut J. w. IWXIKIIS A co. SPECTACLES ASEWING
for freight, doth outgoing and incoming; 10. Miss Susie Gladwin. J; xn b 4 MACHINES
while the reduction In rates '
passenger '
Paddison. RUE'FELY
11. Miss Annie crJf'l
t :! LA Guns Pistols Machine
Sewing
will give them many'passengers.The Scholars. 45 ., and '

Melbourne Hotel is open for the 2. Birdie Mabbette. :1 : E JUSTICE OF TIlE PEACE 17TH DIST and Machinery Jewelry Repaired.a Specialty Watches, Clock* '

balance of the summer and receives slderable patronage. The steamer Swee- 3. Maggie Martin. L !pa: Contractor and Builder of over M years' *ip School Books and School Supplies.
: ...
A
neylKe: over at Mr. Hector's wharf and 4. Julian KBOX. e rlanoe. Natural Flnlah a Specialty, Subscriptions taken at publisher's.price*.,
her ;passengers naturally stop at his 4. Wyatt Brown. 0 e op w MELBOURNZ FLA. for Newspapers, Books, Magazines, etc.

hotel and are well satisfied.A 7. Archie Altree. .g :I !..{ Prescriptions carefully compounded at.. '
7. Willie SoctB time day or '
Foy. any night.3DruEJ
>rare shrub is In bloom at Mrs. Ely's! 7. Eddie Rumph. ;= Hear what the people say about this store t "llllcixxx: : Fu.tot, ,

place-the Bird pf Paradise tree-said to Report rendered June 28th 1891. g Mr.Altree> Dear Blr-We cheerfully testify to Drayman.Hauling .
g the admirable qualities of the Mew IToceuOaaollne
be the only one on Indian River. Another
LENA NOEWOOD, 6ecy. 8tu.... We hare had one over six done at reasonable rates. Attend / :. 1J
we hear Is about to bloom at month, and cannot to (Suit.R. .
pERFECTEDCRYSTAL point a Ingle all departing, and meets all arrlv- : h
Lake-Worth. Mrs. Ely also has a nig&tbloomrag .C.A H.A.Bcrlmgeonr.
cereus full $f buds, for the A carpenter, by the name of M. S. LENSES aitauTillMayeliwt. inK trains. Patent Medicines t' '
I Powers, fell from the roof of a house In Orders left with G. B. Rumph or at ,
second time this year. muss e.a.Ounb I find a great saving of gaiollna In the New ADVOCATE i
East DesMolnes, Iowa, and sustained a TnA W al2un>r. I"ov.r the old. It keep me In a perpetual office will. resolve prompt irtkk
Mr.iE. C. Thomas and Mr. Ira Crosby painful and serious sprain of the wrist,, *Ut of wonder and delight. attention. Elegant Perfumery and, Toilet ,
which he cured with one bottle of Cham- Mr*. Sidney WUbur. 1'
hare had lots, recently bought by them, t
Titurllle, Mar 8th, 1801.
thoroughly cleared and the berlain's Pain Balm. He says it is worth .l.. Fro ohor, Kept constantly on hand at I

flags in the creek removed,grubOOdiI soon 45 a bottle. It cost him 60 cents. For Store.I am delighted It 1*more with than I the asivoted.Mrs.N.w Prooe. Vapor TITUSVILLE, FLA., a 4

have the whole like a garden. Me. sale by Dixon A: Gray 215 I L I..Wile)'. Keeps a full supply of Metallic and J. B. Screven's.
Lockwood and Mrs Ely have cleared the Titunille Fla.. Hal 11th.le.l. I' W pl n .

street In:front of their place also. Notice to Debtor and Creditor
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Coffins, Case and Ca. ketl. DRUG STOKE. ,

The Sweeney comes In regalarly a lit ALL to attribution, legatee out of and the penoo MUU en of EDEN Funerals attended If desired. All or '

tle ahead of time, bringing oa hut Wed- Frmok B. Sackett deceased,an hereby notified den promptly executed, and at reason I Also the latest Newspapers, Periodical ,
nesday week ISO packages of freight, to preeent their claim and demand to UM able rates. Embalming done. 9M. *, etc. .
sole executrix o*uideeUtt, with- ,: m
UDdenlned '
hundred .
and on Friday over two packages t.
Intwoyeanorthu notice win be pleaded Int J. E. ENDER & CO.
for Melbourne. The 'freight is de- _t ar.f inch claliu. All penoni owing said e. : :13.: 3untZoll, .
livered at the door of the consignee sayIng Ute are bereby required to_LIe their aooounU Have exclusive sale of these celebrated PINEAPPLEPLANTATION. ",
the long haul acres the city dock. with Unstated the undenn for their collection.promptly,or suit will be Glasses In Titnsville.FACLKMKB BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER STOP AT GEORGIANA ,:

The greatest disadvantage U case of TKUTOA BACKBIT, '
"shorts," which are wanted badly. The Bole Executrix of UM last will and teitaineat KKIXAM* MOORE, And See I

long ",.-oven here make the delay particularly of rruk II.Backett,UeoeaMd. lirtt The only Manufacturing Opticians In Titusvillo, Fla.

exasperating. the South Atlanta, Ga. Peddlers are Work contracted for on any part of F.
C.
LEGAL NOTICE. not supplied with these goods. efebOmo Indian River. 8duo. Allen,'

Ch"-mber1tl2L Ey8 mm: T. m. Y3ioharde,

Ointment. To Clear Up Vacant Lots In the C. J. HECTOR Eden !Indian Rifer Florida. McAllister Dealer In i
.
,
A certain care lor Chronic Sore Eye. Built Up Portion of Titusville. .

Tatter Salt Rheum, Scald Head Old Dealer in GeneralMelbourne tvr.A.TTTVT A S Contractor for Stores, Tin-ware, Hollowware, (

Chronle Sore, Fever Sores Eczema, f vrlUCBXAB, the Town Council, at a regular l: :eroI ct:u.dise
VV meeting,held May 14th. law passed an ordinance NEWSPAPER'Subscription
Sore
Prairie Scratches Nipple Wooden.
Itch
Stoneware
declaring u.. growth of Fla.* Artesian Wells ware
andFSlen. It 1.1 cooling and.soothing. icrnbon the vacant iota in u..ball np portion ,
of TituvUe U detrimental to the publle health,
Agency.-:
Hundreds case have been cured by and a wars of danger from tin, and ordering : r SHELF
It after all other treatment had failed same to be cleared up forthwith. Hats Shoes Goods j A, Eau Gallle, Fla. HEAVY & HARDWARE, '
The built up portion of TtUuTille U Mineda Clothing Dry
it U put ap In S3 and CO cent boxe follow. to wit: Beginning on Indian Hirer pdOmoSeepttmar NAILS SCREWS
northeast corner of the Deleepln Grant I
at th ; The Pioneer Agency.I !
thence westerly along laid grant line to UM center Just Arrived. Splendid Goods. TRACE CHAINS, a ,
of Third ctreet, a* abown on UM map of -
The Paving of Washington Avenue JoynervlUe; thence north along UM centerof OILS, PAINTS HARDWARE, LEAD W. N. HENDRY DUNG BORERS,
Third itreet to the north line of Said plat of For terms and sample copies address. BOLTS
JojrnerrlU*;Whence ran wet oYnav.rrd.tret j GROCERIES, GRAIN BRUSHES It
thence north along the center of Canaveralitreet Of all kinds; and In fact a full line of C. H. NAUMAX Dealer In Ottllton Al33.t9: :
the Town ,to Broad ttreet; thenceeut along lko.dstreet Call and examine. j
Is being considered by MDeSotoitreet; thence north along the everything. 11 Trrrsviixr, Brevard county Fig.C j
The Best Made for this Climate ,
Council. to make a hard to Coleman -
itreet
They propose center of IJettuto a..1t lapl-amo General Merchandise A f
the centreof ease along Colemaa avenue to Indianb.wwun : ,
roadway twenty feet wide in FOR .. .
Thousand and
And One
One Othe "
Hirer; then(out*atone aald river to place ofbeginning. <> "-' -
the street, which will leave a margin i
All tut. included In Mid '
fifteen feet wide on each aide. It Is believed lee are considered a*extending to the center of DRY GOODS, Things that You are likely to Watt ''-

that with a little encouragement all itraet on which they abut any pew Wines & Buy Stove here. When want 'I
falling to comply with the provision*of laid ordinance Spirits your you ::
these margins would soon become covered due notice,ahaU. conviction, NOTIONS '
: after upon a DeW Fire Back or Orate,Top Baror 1!
with a growth of Bermuda grass. If be fined not lea than Vive,nor more than rut)' "
of non-neldenta, after STATIONERY Damper come right here for It a. duplicate .
Improvement can be secured it UuUan' and In the eaae > .
due Dotice,the Town Council by virtue: of the .. 1',
oil
would work a wonderful transformation authority conferred Upon them by Bee.50.Chap. :Beers ie "' vyrasyI Choice parts are kept constantly <
in the appearance of the business McCleUaa'*IHgeit of th*taw*of florida Groceries hand! also a GOOD LINE OF- '. '.' .
portion of town. will proceed M perform auch work and charge .
the cut of aam a* a lien on laid lot*, and enforce MIAIS FLA.Fanner' .
small ,
A large proportion of the FIRST
Mid lieD in the aame manner provided for CIGARS ETC. CLASS GROCERIES ?
amount of money heretofore available for Mechanic1 Lien Now there/ore, all personaownf41g ;'
:,
has been expended and controlling Iota in the above o. Alliance.
town improvements OF THE FINEST QUALITY
sections but the Aldermen ICribe bail ap portion 01 Ttcua..We, w sdn0.uh.d Constantly Arriving and for Sale.' "'
on outlying ; alsaid
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or.
the provi.klW
the and wisdom to earn OUI .. eo TO I THusTille of the ai- Moderate Prices.>> *.- "
are now alive to necessity citaaDee fonbwltll,sad I pabllala tIUa a iep.I Lodge Farmers 4
of concentrating! their efforts in Improving $ _tIMId. and will prwSedto fiance meets regularly on the ant and t. .
enforceeathe "J3'
Not .*ordinance rigidly,and Losley & Kenaker. third of .
the business portion. one Saturdays each month at the
tourist or visitor in ten who visits Tl- without fearortoTor. RBtWlLiOir.1P4 ,. Court House. Visiting members of the F C. ALLEN Georgian,
tuiville ever goes outside of the bnai- Major of TUaTiU Families Supplied. -I order are Invited to attend. ,


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will not stay the hand of retributive pare for war,' by "weeding out yoni WEATHER CROP 'REPORT. are making a *P >lalty this season of what
ALLIANCE TALKS. justice enemies and enthroning your friend r''UU1E can our PARAGON ./
That the money power of this country :*. Conditlun of Cotton for June- we
has corrupted and bridled the press will A TOIRTID" EDITORIAL. Excess of Rainfall. Made of the FiNEST STOCK and the very
NEWS OF THE ORDER FROM amount tonothlnl(.combination which The National Economist under tbe I BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness
of the department \
The June agricultural
report -
ALL SECTIONS. tbe Florida paaUsan press are now making head of "Political" says Never before the condition of the cotton cannot be bought for less than $25. hat
to train all their artillery on the Alliance has the nntlonal house been put In order on
retail. But are willing,
we
platform for the overthrow of the grder : for inch an early campaign. The recent I crop issued Saturday is very discouraging. r QD /
Items of Interest to Alliance- Tho Is placed at 07.7 order to Introduce It, to
acreage per In :
will vanish like mist before the morning Cincinnati conference It, by many of the / ,..,t;.r
men Everywhere. sun, when light and truth find lodgmentin partisan papers, tegarded u the signal cent condition of the area is of 85.7 last 0 lear and of 'the 00. average Thereduction SELL ONE SET ONLY ft.f, .<"
the hearts of the people. Education gun of an active campaign. This is important g
of area Is attributed in tome to one person as a e ;et.i? w ;
.
l'aESIDU1' POLe AKSWKRSTIOHS. A PEW QUEll- is the powerful leverage with which the from an Alliance standpoint, because districts to concerted contraction on account eample fora .,\'<"Ir A! ,,,';.\<".<'"d.<<:;-A
both u''a for
Alliance }s fighting its battles. The parties give reason of low prices, but it is evidentlydue '\ .
i : }:\
We clip the following from the JVofrenite campaign of the Alliance is one of educa- their early activity that they "are" Conducting and- principally to unfavorable conditions $16.50. v A ""<< : "' \ J. 'fI' ... ?t

Farmer(Raleigh, N. 0.), credited tion and enlightenment. It is not ap a campaign of education, for planting and germinations The areas ... '. 07 .<.."'" ,,< f.'V'p''f, : : ,\'
:vA "lo : ,"
that it will take time and <
properlyand ,. ::-c.\'I\
to tbe Reform Press Bureau: pealing to a sentiment nor inflaming the money aa compared with those of last yetfr are .% :\> O"Y. ... 't ".> .. ,;.f.'
Colonel L. L. Polk, President of the passions, It Is appealing to the cool and legitimately used. The reason this given as follows! Virginia, 06; North %' & of} 40\{: t:. ; ''' \f.-. ''''
National Farmers' Alliance and Industrial I sober ,judgement of the people for a is of great interest Jo Alliancemen, and Carolina, 04; South Carolina, 06; Georgia 'A't.... :' ." "".c.<"" ,,\ \1\
more _
should receive than notice ? < "J.
a passing <> tF'y.
Union, was interviewed by the verdict and a verdict it is going to have. 95; Florida 99; Alabama, 06; (.. .. :! t:
from them is that the education &r.i
Reform Press Bureau this week the The Alliance ia has bank .
on poor, no account Mississippi, 05; Louisiana, 90; Texas,
Peo le's party. When asked for his but it is full of men of pare patriot. proposed by these I active partisan 105' ; Arkansas, 96' Tennessee, 95. The I" :\>\ ."" :: <' 0,.<", ;$.
opinion of the movement, he remarked : ism and genuine phllanthrophy.men who papers of both tides h one general condition is the lowest for Juno ''' '' :.-
di'M trVaFpetOO '
"Of tonne I, in common with every intelligent have consecrated their all for the allevia- in direct antagonism and opposition since 1871, though it is only a fraction .,p o (f f.'V'. e'FStZp'F pS >i9-
citizen of this country, have my tion of their countrymen and posterity. to the principles of tbe Farmers' lower than that of 1883 and 1880, the 'I> ? 1
views u to that conference and its action; The fight is now fairly on and the cam- Alliance. \Vlth a few exceptions: the latter a year of good yield through favorable
bnt if I give any expression to them at paign will be pushed with vigor and aggressiveness !great metropolitan press of the country is later conditions. The state averages -
all it must be understood that I speak in until the people's verdict Actively opposed to the cub-treasury plan, of conditions are: Virginia, 78; -
my capacity ss an individual, and that I has been recorded the land loan bill, the free coinage of silver North Carolina, 75; South Carolina, 80; THIS IS ONE OF THE 40 STYLEC WHICH WE MAKE

do not speak for the Alliance or any r.* ihe government control of railroads Georgia, .80; Florida, 90j; Alabama, 89; J tI:
member of it." POIRTERB.The to the extent of ownership if necessary, Mississippi, 88; Louisiana, 88; Texas, V .eG
but it wu published and it is now reported National Ect>nom t give the following and the election of United States senators 91; Arkansas, 88; Tennessee, 73. The ::11
in the partisan press that you did as an "Important Pointer:" The by direct vote of the people, and consider temperature of May was quite too low for F oc eD
write a letter to the Cincinnati conference sub-treneury plan is being hotly contested them all subjects to be "educated" cotton, the cool nights checking germination 0 z

in your official capacity, in which both North and South, not because it is "gainet. In fact, the "machines" of both and retarding growth. Of course, cD: .Oat.
you express strong opposition to the the only demand of the Alliance that is parties now pretend, and will continue these conditions make the crop late in >
third party movement. to but for 10 pretend, to love the farmer while the Z "
objected the reason that by development, in some places a few days, 'z
.
Yes,"' said! the colonel, '1 am aware making it prominent an impression can object of their fight will be centered on in others a week or two later than in a.. )( t.
that such a statement is being industriously be made that the balance of the demandsare his declared principles. seasons of early development. a me
circulated by interested parties but : -
unobjectionable. Strange to 5
,
say
WEATHER FOB THE: FAST WEEK. WaQ
the truth is I letter the Cincinnati
wrote no to mAny good members of the Alliance aro TWO IMPORTANT MEASURES.
conference. Several prominent led to believe that the politicians as a The lYoyrettite Farmer says: It seems The temperature during the past week a f; C t
member of our order throughout the rule would be willing: to consent to all tha certain that the Alliance can net two of has been normal in the gulf region, above W 111
,country very naturally addressed to me demands of the Alliance excepting the its measures-the free coinage of silver normal north of the Mississippi, and below No. 165 HATl'RAL, STAR GEAR SPINDLE, BODY
WOOD riNIJH OR PATh'TED.
letters of inquiry as to my views as to sub-treasury plan. This is an error. There and tbe reform of the tariff-through the to the westward. This mean daily Built Honor.
different from
what would be a proper course of action Is but one demand at the outside that' next congress. It seems also certain that temperature in Indiana and Ohio has been on Entirely Cheap Western
by the conference. Rcp'jiug! to these, they are in favor of in tho whole list. the securing of these two measures would six degrees in excess. Rainfall during Work. Live Dealers wanted. Territory given.
always in my individual capacity, I The Economist suggests that the brethren give the order'such prestige with the the week has been largely in excess in all 1\ ,

neither advocated nor opposed a third cut out the following list of questionsto country by relieving the situation that it : districts except on the immediate lower KIN C iM AN,, STURTEVANT & LARRABEE
party movement. One of these letters, I be sent their congressmen, senators or could demand any other just measure of lakes coast, in the Ohio valley; middle .
learn, was read before the conference. other official aspirants for their Answer- reform with the certainty of success. Atlantic states, except in few localities in -:) CARRIAGE AND SLEIGHBUILDERS t<=-
Of this I make no whatever, the the interior of Georgia and South Caro. -- _
complaint came to be either a plain yes or no: The vital question just now Is, will our L -
and would not have objected if all my, 1. Do you favor the abolition of brethren have enough of wise conserva lina. SEND FOR FULL CATALOCUES. B1NGHAMTON, N. Y.
responses had been read there, for I en- national banks Yes or no. tism to undertake, with might and main, Arkansas-"Weather favorable for all
tertain no views on great public questions 2. Do you favor government loans direct the things (hat are possible, or will they crops; corn never looked better. Aver ----- ----
fleeting the people that I am ashamed or to the people at 2 per cent on land take the unwritten and unspoken risks age yield of wheat and oats; cotton
afraid for the world to know." security Yes or no. of attempting the doubtful In a much improved. More sunshine ia much WE ARE IN THE LEADFOR
In giving his private view of the convention 8. Do favor loans few words needed.
you government direct these are the questions '
tbe colonel other Virginia and North Carolina FINE QUALITY AND STYLE OF SPRING VEHICLESTHE
among things to the people on the sub-treasury that press for answering now, and -Weather
aid: ''The friends of reform throughoutthe plan Yes or no. be during the week very favorable for
they must they will be
MOST FOR THE MONEY IS OUR MOTTO.
country have no quarrel with he 4. Do you favor an increase of cur.rency answered, one way or the other, within crops. Good wheat harvest already begun
Cincinnati Conference. Its action was a to $30 Yea the in North Carolina, is repoted. Corn
per capital or no. next few months. Do we need the BEST -- T
surprise to the public generally. There 6. Do favor the is a little late, but improving. | ONE OF
you suppression of( Union of all pur forces Do the needs of
was a general apprehension |le the publIc' I gambling in future by act of congress! the country demand the union of all our South Carolina-Rainfall and temperature MATERIAL iijIn* '' OUR OATA"
,.!DIad thla body 10 heterngeucous in its Yes of $0. forces! Can we win with disunited and are beneflciel to most crops. Cotton ; TlJT !

character and representing 10 many 0. Do you favor the free and unlimited contending factions Shall! tb,i conservatism is three weeks late. Almost too,much AND LOGUE8
phases of political thought could not be coinage! of silver Yes or no. that has always been the boast of fain for sandy land.
harmonious or homogeneous in its action. 7. Do you favor laws prohl 'tlng alien the farming classes make itself doyuaut Kentucky and Tchm! -sseo-Local showers WORKMANSHIP B fcj FULLY IL-

The partisan press especially was profusein ownership of land Yes or no. ID the present crisis We assure our beneficial to all crops, except increasing
its dire prediction in this direction weeds in some localities. Wheat LUSTRATESWINS.
; 8., Do you favor laws that will take
but the result was a disappointment and readers that these are Immensely Import. retarded in
harvesting slightly Tennessee, Ssz
from railroads and other Sz il
u I said, a surprise to the public, for lands corporationsall ant questions. As these questions shall though large yield is promised. Corn : OUR LINE.
now held in of their
excess actual be answered snail it be well ill with
never in a deliberative, body of its magnl- so or oats, ,and meadows promising; fruits
udu in this country did more thorough provision wants place and them under again some in possessionof equitable the alliance movement.* fine SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTENTION.

harmony and accord prevail. tbe there to be for Louisiana and Mississippi-Rainfall of A SAMPLE
actual
government JOB WILL
CONVINCE YOU
THAT
What in your judgment are some of settlers Yes CHEEIUKO WORDS FROM UI: !\STSSIFH. the week baa greatly beaefitted all crop OUR

the most prominent considerations that D. Do only favor. or the.no.removal of the A dispatch from Durant, :Hiss., says Cotton and late corn growing finely. WORK IS THE WORK TO BUY.
will commend the conference to the present tariff you from the necessaries of life Messrs. Polk, Livingston, Willet and Rice planting ia Louisiana renewed.
friends of reform Yes or no. McDowell h ave just closed a two days' Texas-Crops in the southeast suffering BEIDGEWATER CARRIAGE CO. '
"First, the frank, many: and unequIvocal 10. Do favor a graduated income alliance rally at this place. Never in the for rain. Corn above the average; cotton
expression of its principles and purposes. taxi Yes you or no. history of tbe order in :Mississippi has puck growing nicely. Warmth and rain have :JRO.A.TTOTTTTl. V A..
There Is no dodging or evasion 11. Do favor controlor enthusiasm been create as Livingston. greatly improved crops since last week in
in its platform. There Is no political ownership you of railroads government Yes or Polk and others are now producing. LHWy nearly every suction of the country. T*
twaddle, sentimentalism or sectionalism. no. erg,merchants and politicians are coming much rain in some localities has caused
It is pointed, clear and unmistakable. over to the help of the Alliance. The sub- some damages from the loods.
TOE TUB :
It does not mean one thing for the South MARK. treasury plan is clearly and forcibly set
,and another for the North. It deals only The Reorder Madison, Fla. says: forth and its advocates believe it is gaining .
with, great, vital issues-issue* evolved The hour is at hand when the Alliance of ground. Resolutions were adopted TRADE REVIEW.
by systematic'injustice and oppression Florida should set its house in order. endorsing the sub-treasury plan, with

_ not such u are manufactured by expert The country has been sufficiently entertained but one dissenting voice. This vote Included
Report on Business R. G.
with profession The ;thing now by
politicians for the temporary purposes of the entire audience.
a political campaign, but Issues which demanded is sincerity. It will not Dun & Co.

involve equality of rights, and those answer the needs of the time that a man The Kentucky Farmer says: "When Messrs. R. G. Dun & Co.'s. review of THE 04 tea 3
I great principles of justice on which our is simply on the inside of the Alliance, the old parties tell you you are for trade for week ending June 10th. says: -
government is founded. These issue for Its worst enemies have managed to paternalism refer them to the law allowing While crop reports continne remarkably I
thus'' formulated and promulgated! are get in there. Resort must be bad to experience : the banker to take his millions of favorable, the volume of business at o ; 9 -S
near and dear to the hearts of the great meetings; there will have to he t dollars In gold to the mint and have it present transacted ia not Rslnr, u ns it has
_ masse of the American people, and they a general shaking uu of the affairs. The pressed in bars at the expense of the been in other years at this time. This is % OT KEPT
will 'regard with fraternal feeling any sheep cannot thrive'mixed up with tbe government to make it convenient to I in part because the exceptionally hot ,oSI EARS t
man, or men, who stands by these questions goats; that's all wrong and ought not to ship to Europe. Now, why should the I weather at many points has induced / INSIST
ai their friend and allies. be *o. To be an Aliiancrroan one must government press the bankers' gold into something like midsummer dullness, buta M YOUR a
To what extent will the farmers of the entertain a faith, he must believe in its bars for shipment and mnke the farmer more important cause undoubtedly is TOREKEEP sENOTausf PRpT1eAY 0'
South support this movement teaching, not through compulsion by any compress his own cotton when he wantsto that trade in many branches has been Box 210 { <
The farmer of the South, In common means but of his own free and uetrammilled ship it to Europe We want tbe shoe waiting for a certainty of improvement, ,, ETTING ,:,, ,
I with the farmer of the North, East and volition. lie should be an orthodox put on the other foot for while, now- and definite orders before undertakingnew : FOR YOU. J =t HOL URI,1 Its.
West, are common sufferer from a common : AUianccman or none at all. Tho it. will\ fit better." risk There U also some hesitation
evil, to wit vicious, partial and order does not admit of halt breeds. It .5 owing to recent failures particularly in

discriminating legislation,which robs the wants none other than full bloods. How The Rural Home (Wilson, N. 0.) says; Philadelphia. Credits have been more -" -,
many to enrich tbe few, and which has will you get at this What shall be tbe "The question is asked frequently of late cautiously given in the woollen and boot
dwarfed unjustly the right of the citi- standard of ? measurement The truest what are you going to do about the third and shoe trades, and this has lessened the
wen and magnified unduly the right of and only! test is the Ocala platform.Let party Our answer is just what it has volume of transactions. Hence, it Is encouraging
the dollar. All thinking men must see every man toes the mark and been for the past six months. 'We shall to find that there is actual im .
that a readjustment of political elements be sized up. We must get together on stand squarely by our demands." From provement in the demand for consump
along new line Is inevitable, and on this line or not at all. We may differ Ocala! every atliancernan, who is true to tion in several of the more importanttrades
which will be arrayed on the one side the on non-essentiitl matters, but when it his order, to himself and his country, re- and that manufacturers already .
corporate and money power of the East, come to the Ocala platform, that is ceived his platform of principles, and ly begin to feel the effects. Crop prospects .
and on the other the people of the great strictly essential and upon it we must be : eMu alone he l ,thouU itand. U it lfe{ of have improved during the past 'seek, "
agricultural sections of the Northwestand a unit. But how are we to manage as to death; there can be no half way groundin : particularly in southern and northwestern "WANT A AGON ?
South. The thinking men of the South our Democratic allegiances! And just this matter. If you love the order and regions, where there has been a lack of '
see and realize this. They have suffered here II the present stumbling block, your obligations, you will stand by them rain, and there is now scarcely a single I We suave wagons, buggies, surreys. High grade; as light .I:
and lost enough through sectional (citation which ha been placed in our pathwaybyour through veal or woe. No compromisingof commercial center from which crop reports strong, durable, stylish, as beautifully: finished as modernized ,
and division They feel and believe enemies, by imposing upon our ig principles will be"made by any true are not highly favorable. manufacture can: produce. Built on honor by men of life '
that the norance and appealing to our passions. "" Business is at Lousville decidedly "
only hope of the American, ( alliuncemen. improved experience. Honesty ia
farmer Is in a cordial,'. earnest, honest, Take the Oca'a' platform and study at Montgomery and slightly at our policy; prompt shipment our "
determined consolidated effort againstthe closely and you will find that it is the The open Alliance of Wisconsin' held New Orleans. Trade is small at Memphis, specialty. We want to know you. Write us. Costs you I
force which have conspired against most complete system for the protection Its annual session several days ago at La but crop prospects good; dull at Nashville t nothing. May lead: to business by and by. Send for our "
him. They feel that the hour baa come of the interests of tLe masses of the people Crosse. A resolution wss adopted unanimously better than usual for the season at catalogue. It is free to every reader: of this paper. Braghamton ..'
to strike hands with their brethren in that has been submitted to the country recommending the consolidationof Atlanta, and much better than last yearat Wagon Co., Binghamton, n. Y. '
one grand effort to fraternize and reunite since the day of JifferaOn. the State Allianse: with the National Jacksonvlle. Reports from all quarters
the people of the North and South, **. 'Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union, indicate little complaint as to collections. "BUILT FOR BUSINESS I
and thus create a new and mighty power WATCH TUB PRESS. and submitted the matter to a vote of thesubAlliances Regarding money, they show almost
that will rescue the country from impending Following are some extract from a of the state to be taken before everywhere an ample supply for legiti
peril. They believe that a con letter of President Loucks, of the South the first day of September. If the mate and safe business, but it is fn \ 1. :
flirt between the money power and the Dakota Alliance: .' action of the state body be ratified by quently mentioned that there is no supply '
people I* inevitable-that it will be the "The word has gone out from Wall two-thirds of the tub-Alliances then the for speculation, and at St. Louis the 1
moat gigantic struggle of all history, and street that the Alliance must destroyed state will be represented at the supreme market is stiffer at 7 and 8 per cent ; at
I misjudge them if they shall falter when by whatever means possible. We should counciL There U little doubt that this Kansas City firm at 8 to 10, and Detroit
the issue Is made up." rejoice that tho- we occasionally find a will be done. strong at 7, rather stringent at Cleveland; .
**. Judas the great mass of the membership a'. tight at Little Rock and Atlanta. close
rUBnUJO AHIAD.. are loyal to our principles and loyal to A new secret political organization has at Nashville, and in good demand with
TA HianMfTallahasseee, Fla.) says: our leader *o long a* they lead in those been formed In Kansas by the name of firm rates at New Orleans. From all
Then will be no pause in the rapid principles. One of the danger we must the Knights of Reciprocity. It i* reported other points reports indicate comparaative JOB PRINTING
ani progressive work of the Alliance on guard against U the admission of the sel I that the new orginizition. U ease. It is another hopeful indication
account of this being an off political fish political schemer who want to use Intended to combat the Alliance. that the demand for manufactured
year. The camp fire of the grand army the Alliance for their own advancement. .*. iron and steel improves.
6f the Ue the black ball and when The West Florida Business failure occurring throughout
yeomanry are to be kept burning _____ u_.___ 6_ ,.L_',_ _, .men_ have_ Alliance the country during tbe put week number -OF-
all along the line until the ballot boxes ftvvcu UUUUQ tu IUQ t" vuugauQD expel under its new management exchange'l ,
for the
arc closed in November, 1893. them. They will scarcely attack your become an important factor ia United States 224; Canada, 29; t
Grand rallies have been arranged in officers a* every such attempt in the past ida commircial transaction total. 238, against 244 last week.

every State aad Territory la the Union. ha proven disastrous to them. Your: 1
An able corp of orator; fresh from the loyalty U proverbial I am more inclinedto The Alliance In Ohio is young, but
rank of the people ha been organized think that their chief attack; will be on getting to be very vigorous. A GIGANTIC PETITION EVERY DESCRIPTION

and they are now to the field to enlighten our presa. Bee to it that you sustain -
the plain people on the vital issue of the the paper that advocate our principles. THIRD PARTY DENOUNCED I In Behalf the Jews to be Seat
day. The days of indifference and lethargy Remember that their beat advertising i I the Czar.

belong to the dead put The patronage I*cut off when they espouse our New York State Far'mers'League A petition containing 800,000 Dime NEATLY EXECUTED
people are to be told the reason why they cause. The opposition will not support will, within a few weeks be sent from AT THIS OFFICE.
art not prospering. They are to be told paper that do* not support them. Against It. ( Philadelphia to St. Petersburg, Russia,
I of their oppression, and they\ are to be Why should you! It is nut wise; it I* At a meeting of the officers of the New praying the cur to deal kindly with his
told who are the oppressor The people not business; it U not even good commonsense York State Farmer League, held at Albany political prisoner This gigantic undertaking
are to be woke up. to pay for and take into your house N. Y., Tuesday the third party and its successful termination U Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention'
And when they are made to realize for your family reading the subsidized movement aa unanimously denounced.1 du to the effort of the Siberian Exile: ,
their true condition their indignation plutocratic organ when for the same A committee was appointed to call a del. Petition Association, which embrace
( will know no bound money you can bave a healthy, Intelligent I egate1 meeting of the state league, to beheld among its membership men of*U shades
WAe* aroused to the Injustice heaped I progressive, loyal, reform presa. in Albany in the early part of August of political opinion*, men noted ia art,
upon them, they will rise in the majesty To um up my special warning is: h discus further legislation and literature and science from one end of GIVE US A TRIAL !
of their manhood and hurl the tyrants out for the prtna. 'In tome of oeac Oleo political act too. *' the United States to the other
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I !LADtttr Th Spaniards formerly f OR THE UOCSKTTIFB. '" On All Subjects .

1 ---- In Syria and! Ar V I A Cood Appetite I I ; '
: Job once said oitrlch wu the mod
tt VARIED blue, and in France IT TOO WEAR BLACK SATIN. There a Mhlt. for wale w. rsemsM*Koodt foolish of all animals. The maD who take .I}
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I Among the unique was formerly white. Black satin can be stiffened by .appetite.,..parIIIa,tadlcMtlon with crater, ....aeadeebe mtdeaee sad data otlwrtro for toss ol A pug dog out for iu morning walk wu .{,

I .Itt America 'which find explanation has been sponging with vinegar and water, a fclsseCdjmpepuoBMiir*. I* Uw laest lateral wayMsHMdMaeirMitljrtosMS not allowed to exist in Job's time.-New ...".

I the press one read of the adoption of tablespoonful of the former to a pint UW Momaeh aad nettO.ehM'val York Recorder. .
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hearty :Mr. Thorns Nut, the well-known cricaturlat
: Began of Birmingham, for the symbol of of water. Sponge on the wrong side, ...".. U .Delicate Health, or ywr dalaty. if In London, with Mr. Irving:, C r :'

woman member of a ; is the emblem of then more lightly on the right side ....a rtk'UI.r s few dara at mats""s taemielTes after taklaf loader Heed's for SUM.Barilla ..4 who i< always most courteous in his at !

of two deaf mute ; blue indicates where and press on the wrong. If there are WttaC UM Blain.M food with ....,..,....relish aajailefaetloa. tensions and profuse In his hospitality to

edit a newspaper; after death; yellow grease or other spots on it they maybe Tr7'H.Hood's Americana.
of the interstate -
commerce
the first trarelling exhibits death as the end removed by the use of alcohol and I Sarsapnrllla Judge commission Veatey. who has traveled .

.hoe house; hose Cora man falling like a leaf ammonia In equal parts, diluting each teMbjraUdrantola"' 0.1.HOOD a CO. Luna tti sister, lUaa''. Prepared/ widely in other countries as well as his a.nN.i lie. R 'a' Jt s

corder of deeds for } is the color of the tablespoon\ of the mixture with f own, says frankly that while he is a train
IOO Doses Ono Dollar thorough American he believes that the In th* i '
Ala., and Miss II. 8. mother; black in pint of water.-[New York Journal. people of the United States might well of diseases that follow a torpid -

gia, one of the main night. Rabelais says Not Exactly What He Wanted. adopt many European ideas '

the creation of the sign of mourning be- --- Childs has to the liver and impure' blood
W. presented
HOW TO LAT A CARPET. "Did see the notice I gate you!I" George
lUllroad. the color of darkness you Mount Vernon Regents the proof sheetsof nothing can take the placeof
Chicago ,
[
Lay the linings on the floor, putting said an editor to the grocer. "Yes, andI dated
and the opposite don't want another. The man who says the Ameriean Daily Advertiser, Dr. Pierce's Golden 'bled
a small tack here and there to keep the farewell
is the color of light I I've got plenty of *and, that there are no September 15 1760. containing ical Discovery. Nothing will, ;' ,
\Vublnpton. corrected by
A GERMAN them in place. Put the on the address ,
carpet flies on ifij that the milk I sell Is
of happiness."- New I sugar, himself. The relic U handsomely framedin after have seen what it .
The German [ floor liio- is you
army unrolling it in direction In of the first water, and that my butter

. .'Parole-Damew In the which it is to be laid. Begin to tackit the strongest in the market may mean hard cherry does. It prevents and cures s
well, but he is not the man I want to flat Owen County BrccktnrlJge, a lawyerof It I
the
lein Adelheid Mahn. SYSTEM. at the end of the room which Is the I ter me a second time." the pacific coast, owes a portion of by removing cause. l ,

acquired the name of DRESSMAKING most irregular. If there bo a fire-place! -- ._- hU name to a rcmantlc circumstance. In invigorates the liver, purifiesand

Mutter." For many plan for anyone who fits or bay-window in tho room, fit thA I Mrs. Harriet Borcher Stowe is said to 1823 John 0. DreckinrldRO was runningfor enriches the blood, sharp
to learn "a system," have aged so much in tbo last few years congrens in Kcntuck/, end Owen I digestion
attached to the carpet around these places first. Use and to "son ens the appetite, improves
do it properly In that she would hardly be recognized by county gave him the victory, '
Regiment, in garrison large tacks to hold the carpet temporally those who knew her a decade since. She born upon the day of tho election be gave and builds up both

was never absent from dresses will not have that in place; they can bo withdrawn was 80 on the 14th of Juno. the county's name as an expression ol his strength and flesh when reduced 'lf
the dressmaking or
gratitude.
any other roll of the of who is when the work is finished. When the tie. nrrfnt of Your r.jrulghl. __ below the standardof
merely
whole of the battalions ono carpet is fitted to a place use small It IB. swell\ known tuft that the eyealiiht tAmt nee apt to have. Study the moil delicate or onr S"O"IOI\.ll8 easilyIretrojrilliy want buUdlnff rap, should take llrown's Iron health. For Dyspepsia, 1
ment She was a f:. tacks to keep it down. Tack ono end Uiruvj of KlusiK not Bulled to Hitter. a..Is Pleasant to take, tures Malaria Scrofula
fashion plates and notice the eye*,or of 1"1' ",,\ ln the regiment, and of the carpet, stretching it well ; then It {" the crrnlral fool.hneiet to pnfchijM make the Ulood rich and pure. it's
the cut and scams of cheap slaws from unreliable avatar. The or any blood-taint a posi.
of honor among the a side then tho other end, and finally risk taken In doing thin in a tbonsandlituee Woman Is palled the "weaker vessel" hotnocoewuuhluuppo.e.o
and the general "hang' the bill tive It acts as no
gyrator then the small amount.avrd. If they saw remedy.
Many honors were paid the other sido. Bo careful to keep tho With HID shove In view Mr. A. K. Hawkeywell
Tho present effort of the for hot rigging. other medicine does. For that
known throughout the country ahead.Ing -
death.- Boston linos straight and to have the
[ carpet
to give a tapering effect optician, has established a factory In Atlanta YAW WIKKI.B Otn and Machinery Co.Atlan- other
fit tightly, for if it be loose it will not ,here are prepared porn'ct rlarowi of ta, Ua., manufacture Cotton (tine. Kvedrra, reason it's sold as no
and a slender willowy every shade of sin"nirlh. Hawkrs'Cri.lalllaet ('uolh"e,,,,, I'rweii, Cotton-Seed Oil Mills Ice It's
only look badly, but will not wear Lenses hn\e a national reputation and are endorsed Marhlnerv, rUiaftlnir, Pulleys.Tanks\ I'uintwVlntlMllla medicine is. guaranteedto ..
CIIINESE FASHION'S ARE figurol in direct contrast by tliminamls of the bt'et rltlxons.of the \ Kio. 1V rite fur prleee and dlac I. the
well.-[Ladles' Home Journal. United Mnten I who,", names will be ulven ; benefit or cure, or
An idea has prevailed > fashions of a few weeks upon apnllcnlon.DrnncUts 1 d. H -
merchant and these rrystalllxed I is refunded.
woman had at least to do this the side leuws. tho and best pnylnir port of holy stook money ""'- I'I'c.5'
A rUETTT 8TOCK1MJ-UAO. because the people want them, and will have uPof}
bodice
herself over changes in back of the are nooher.. Thru upeotnclos Bold In nearlyevery G

her dress, which, it than, they were, but Take a yard of bluo silesia, two town. in They America are not, and supplied every to pair pod-Inwarranted. .

erroneous. A tho waist till tho middle yards of bluo satin ribbon an inch diem, remember.Mr. I
A. K. llawkei. the r-nly manufacturer ,
her styles longer than nairow. It is quIte a wide, a small piece \\hltoflaunol, of these ('r>.tsllIEMl Lenseit, and mnkmarpeclalty fe
of niUnvorcnllMa' we.crlpttolu. A 1- ,
,or Parisian sister, but to bring the scam of some still pasteboard and a spool of droll all orders Uhltcball Ht.. Atlanta, Ua. .

A novelty introduced. to tho shoulder. The blue silk. Of tho pasteboard cut: four 4 I, a {1
$100 Reward. 100. ,
sleeves of her dross aro tapered In and brought circular pieces, each one measuring Thereadenofthle paper will be JlIMIIfIl to '
seven inches across. Cover these four learn that there la at lewt one dreaded disease :
but a few seasons ago In front. Sleeves that science ba been able to cure In all 1UitASM

tight. The length of and high on tho shoulder, pieces smoothly wit, blue oilosia and Care lathe, and only that positive la r.Urrh.cure Hall's now known Catarrh to :

or tonic: also varies at to the forearm than they overhand tho edges of tho two together the medical disease fraternity., requires Catarrh a constitutional being a constitutional 1 '4.j "

fOr tie moment being I, are very long. In elab with bluo silk tho remaining treatment. Hall's. Catarrh Cure U taken Internally -
,actinic directly upon the blood and I
tho flowery pattern of they fall over the lia.ru!, two to be done in the same way for mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying .

which her gowns are length 111 not jet worn the opposite sido. The puff should boa .giving the the patient foundation\ of by the building disease up and the S I.

Inches constitution attainting nature in doing its ONE ::i jo' Ire
straight piece measuring sixty
perhaps once in five -[New York World. work. The proprietors have so much faith In I
woman has however long and twelve inches wide. This is curative powers that they offer One Hundred -. Both the method and results when fb3Naw
Dollars for any case that It falls to cure.Keod
to bo gathered each side to fit round for list of te"l monlal.. Address Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
pensation. The men's NOTES. F. J. CHCNIT: .Co",Toledo, 0. and refreshing to the taste and acts Ilani.
STTT.M or VaT (CHAIBS we ;}
tho of tho circular leaving prSold by Druggists.76o. <
s fashions are practically liked best in undyed edge pieces, gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, !large varletr,a. well. the latest designs of.

her lord has exactly the a space at the top of the circlet Hew I* Make IU..",. Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system scarf In lbem.tterof plus. precious stones our stock,

that threo inches for tho opening. The DUB BIB! -IIa>'Ing read Mr. frtrgnnts's experience effectually, dispels! colds, head- Is without a parallel la the Houth. Don't w
she has-when It a favorite for In plating with gold silver and nickel think of having without seeing our stock. Ware '
New York Times.A puff is now to bo sewed all round the 1 am tempted to write. of my IUce u. 1 sent aches and fevers and cures habitual the only merchants Atlanta In our line
[ : to 11. K.}elno A Co.,of Columbus 0., for a $Jplater. > constipation. of Figs is the who Import goodedlrectl' from Europe J. P.
edges of each circular piece, except 1 have had more tableware and Jew.elrythan Syrup Htevens Bra, 47 Wbll.hall Ht., AtlaataOs.B.nd ..
mantle shelves has gone I could plate ever since.. cleared only! remedy of Its kind ever pro'duced for catalogue. ,
tho placo left for tho opening e:7 the fint week and In three ....ckl.lI7. Any the and ,
to taste acceptable -
SAFETY PUKSE FOR one ran do plating and make money in any lu.esUtr pleasing I
An thus forming the bag. the year round. You cangnt circulars to the stomach, prompt in
English woman has mado its appearance Make for tho outside of one of ly addressing above Una. Wat. ORAC. its action and truly beneficial {a its

new purse-guard, the the circles a piece of the same size and FITRstopped free by PR. KLIBI'S ORBIT effects, prepared only from the moat LgcI\
Is to secure NKRTCHE8TORCR. No Fits after first its
nee. Ilarvelousrurra. Treatise and 1J trial. healthy and agreeable substances,
and
embroider
the season is its special shape, or appllquo
whilst carrying'a'purse lottl Err,. Dr. Kline. gal Arch 8t., l' n.., !'.. many excellent qualities commend it
rx'n'ginghams. some little design upon it. Then cut
a reprehensible When the editor of a ha morons paper sots to all and have made it the most
green are tho popular from, the flannel several leaves tho bis wit.. to work it doesn't follow that Jib popular reme.fuknown.. PA
dangerous. But, since works himself.Jf .. JI
,rao shape, but smaller, button-hole Syrup of Figs is for sale !In 500 {EOI1If1 nOOITI N ,
Insist gowns.
pn putting our AWT persons are broken down from overwork and 91 bottles all leading drug-. P.u E r U
most Inaccessible places Inches is the average stitch or pink tho'f'lges and fasten or household carve. Ilrpwn's Iron lilt.ten reliable by: druggist who M NooTla.Acreu l$
rebuilds the aids gists. Any _
them to the of th circle the system digestion removes -
*
the band Is the more waist top on excess: of bile, ami cures malaria. A may not have it on hand will pro nsctT; iN 7348 PAPERS
bag: as the leaves in, any needlobook tplendld tonlo for women and children. It for one who Where wo. have .. ....t will. jrrMwllb e
'of purse porterage. fancy for Mecklln and cure promptly any spy active ..ercba.t.--L. i>> B1.-N.T.
are fastened, then sow tho embroideredcover Women are not creep to dumb animals. No wishes to it. Do not accept anjsubstitute. .__.. ... :
In metal try
guard i is mado In laces. woman will willfully step on a mount.
outside of this at the top. Whereit SMITH'S
the wrist bracelet-wise. afflicted with sore use Dr. IIWt Thomp.p00' .
skirts
have eyes
wear, s
Is fattened placo a bow of ribbon. .Kre-water.DruKKlsta sell at:So per bottle. CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP COL I
i is attached which
a ring at the back. ,
This is for the SAM FRANCISCO. CAL
holding darning nee
second finger. Tho LOUISVILLE new YOU *., WORM OIL.Ot; ;
method i is secured silver upon cloth gowns dles. On the circle the opposite side apiece .

and the band left free tony just uow. of silesia is gathered top and "AugustFlower" KING COTTON IS A SAFE AND SURE REMEDY, i j

is embossed with bottom to cover a little more than half

.articles tion floor If required.thieves, :* rather loud for refined the circle, for a pocket. In the eating Boy or sell your Cotton <" JONES$60S.Ton Bold Everywhere. StO Ooxitfa .

tempted to snatch at the top run an elastic, and in this Cotton Scale. SxtTriaLAt, I

carried, the owner on hats for the sum pocket is kept the yarn for darning.The terms address BUT BEIT. 1&1.: ""ACTICA&.I ./ ::: ,

leave her behind natural enough to be satin ribbon is used to ,draw the EIlOJUKTOlf, r"' '' 8
This is the
purse -
+
query per.What COkUOB. .. .. .
puff together at the top, and the Interior N. Y. e 54
Is little
elsewhere
I
ters or pctually on your
the eminent risk of not bell skirt is wider and is the receptacle for the stock boy's lips. And be is "RED yE'TOBApCCOs I

-[San Francisco ; original model of the 'ings.-[Farm, Field and Stockman. It For? no worse than balderbeaded the big For Sale : }IilAUJclils:...IM"d, t."IIV.'basal J(,:t'l.f'&jOqapt 111'lU. .! 'a...![ -:- ifsPLN
older
ger, If yrd..l.do-.aullialPl'r. TAJ&(:
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VEGETABLE boys. Life is an interrogationpoint. TWO QA17I7Q ..... ....u.nu..... WI..t...1'.0. ;

DANISH WOMEN a more ani more con RECIPE What is it for?" we con. O JL J-J: OsMust andWfclfa-eyBatit:
Stewed A'paragus.-W.uh SECOND-HAND curd at bom wltoul -
in the of the
Danish furnishing asparagus tinually from the cradle to the .
The women cry palo. look of par.Ueolansent
be Bold I Cheap for Cash.Add OPIUM i
typewriting but devote carefully in cold water, cut otl'the grave. So with this little introductory ,... JO1IN! OX, PARKER Ac; co.. aM!WOOLUCY.M FBES.D.).

trades and professions. to sit down on a ends, scrape the white part, throw in sermon we turn and ask: "Whatis U13 Ckeslaet HI. Caatlaaeea>T.... .MX WUUakU at,, _
cold water and soak rnlnutes- AUGUST FLOWER FOR ?" As easily -
thirty WEC: >>__-.u N
''ua.
the It t

that drawing room. .
no European
EVERY MAN ._ a.py
answered asked is for P farU
as : It Dys J4.1> '
Cut In Put In kettle ectfI.
pieces. a cover -en.. ; .... ...
size has duvaar.0.wu
tion to its so pepsia.' It is a special remedy for 80.. Waa'.___.k Co a
with boiling water and boil His Own Doctor i
thirty r
graduates in medicine, the period's wardrobe the Stomach and Liver. >, Msavovs, Waarano aei.pet '

jurisprudence, and the complete without minutes and drain. Put in a sauce more than this ; but this brimful By J. Ilaavlltesj Arersi A. BI., M. P.AOB SACK tells".u how awl .keep.......wea a 7-,Saw Baaobres. .." .

.In professional and flounce dress." pan ; pour over half a pint of cream, We believe August Flower cures ) PAHEM rrofutlf U........... A Hart Vsl. i ( Dr.J. U. UYE.K4UKV. MUfala.Y.I. '
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add! a tablespoonful of butter We know it will. We able Book lor the lUoMhold.Call "
Dyspepsia. :
study i is Increasing season 6O C..t. r..tp.id.h.ad p, la la |KMUsUaip .. PATENTS Zj.N. : t
the
( new fore-and-aft with salt and black pepper; let boil bave reasons for knowing it. Twenty *to ATLANTA PUBLISH 1HQ HOU'", .- .
tradespeople
of rich to the trades of may be said to be up once and serve. years ago it started in a small country 114-111. Lord a,.. Attain.. P..... .......... .... Twentjr-SIt,"RI. I
usually _
it has honored -
wonderfully made.. Toast. town. To-day an --- .
Asparagus on -Scrape the
after having served place in every city and country store,
and milliner's folds are stems, tie in bunches, throw in boiling CURES DIARRHEA.
ship in the concern. possesses one of the largest manufacturing
where only the value of and English design water and boil twenty minutes. Have plants in the country and .

determines the rapidity of silk or satin. slices of bread toasted; lay the asparagus ells everywhere. Why is this ? The DYSENTERY; i

;rancement. The trade are made in frog and on it; pour over it melted butter, reason is as simple as a child's CRAMPS.

with pale-green and serve. thought. It is honest, does one ..
smith baa within the thing, and does it right alongitcures -
gained popularity set with diamond eyes. plnach.-PJck and wash spinach; Dyspepsia. O The Best ThingBOWELS 4
shake dry; put in a kettle without
daughters of the better remain the popu- G. C. CREEP,Sole Han'fr.Woodbury.NJ. FOR THE
water. Sprinkle with salt, let cook
for ladies' -
that today all the summer
so half an hour, add butter and pepper, GIVE IT TO
have for children's frocks DONALD KENNEDYOf
Copenhagen )
stir la bolling cream, lay slices of r 11 11i
apprentices as well as year. bard-boiled eggs over the top. TEETHING CHILDREN,

enough in their most : to a degree never
Green Peas.-Shell; wash quickly IT WILL SAVE THEIR LIVES. 1
Roxbury Mass
of work. Young Every shade of i 1
gray 'In cold water; throw into a kettle of says b
JiiLOVELL
pirations become .." Mercury ,,"yll add UONT let rear '...., .J'. ..
boiling water; a teaspoonful of ..... .r.'J. '
tioners. and are popular shades. Kennedy's Medical Discoverycures resi that aaseihl>. ..
salt; boll rapidly for twenty minutes; .. well,for U WON'T.

crowding out from the card-table, with in hot dish add Horrid Old Sores -
put a ; a tablespoonful Deep -------- --- - - -
to whom such becomes round when !I
of butter and serve. sAFI TY
Seated Ulcers DIAMOND
of n1
erly belonged.-[New much larger. It has 40 years .'
Asparagus In Ambush.-Wash a I s.a.a...,....l Ia .
yune. from a London standing Inward Tumors and p _
,
quart of asparagus tops, boil 19 minutes J \ Marie W/
YO U
and drain. Cut of the disease + ti
of
the
JlOUJUIDiO tops of every skin, except TRICnV HIGH GRADE IN EVERY ;
bangle, or bracelet eight or ten stale tea roll. take the "
out
The of _
outward signs Hi
Thunder Humor and seat u fuapi let eat KM sage MuctraM f siai |M si6ms .
row have always been : connected with a inside<< Nt in the stove to dry Lay R_ CaUJeesejoint HUM. Bnolvers. Saortlsf (;beds of All Kl it, tia., ltl

by some peculiarity la and studded with balls the top crusts aside until wanted. Puta Cancer that has taken root. i p. XXJVJLIUI AIS1Lee CU, IOaVL't N., A jl

tions, The Roman diamond, rabies or plot of milk on to boll. Beat four Price $i 50. Sold by every: -PIA/Y9 ILEd1JUK S 1T CIA tT-Y1I eai. Ya.leeefle o "'' 'l, 1I

black eggs uotlll1bt. stir them in the boll- lint t 1muedWr4 A Cure Is a.risi0. yos
wore
republic ; lxtd le ui.tired If La.ro.gtiaLA
perors white was coats take the place ing milk; add a little butter, pepper Druggist in the U. S. and !

women covered their aud are Vaodyked OB and suit,. Take from the fire, chop Canada. __ A -.

black 5 the Chinese deep point, but are the asparagus tops and add to the '. E..1..& I t
than of milk. Fill the rolls with the fill I l'LIMATg..d1.ra..e.: llHl" of ..blrb s unaU !> {.
and back mixture eoaru..as1'rk.t a
nese white; the Turks ; any H I K.uu: ILLS .IXTI"*U 4aur"nL I : ,hue. irAt &I,drt r Id>,.u ur mart byU all $c.r the
p
the Ethiopians gray I coats BOW worn put on the tops and serve. I FTlsWItsi, ..*. mi-Hf- t |-. fit *ws les Ie; Adtras. L To I1axtL7131ty lt'atte11,1! h.+





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', THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE,
p 8 ", .- '
1'' CL !
} OTI3TNG
:..:' Gigantic Enterprise for Indian plant at Titusville, and bund'and operate Z C'I.t

! River. a steamer, for exclusive use In their x ''hI .rn ,Q m r=ro saOES: ,I' SHOES:: !l F
x
business. A large lot, fronting two hundred ., a 1.p 1. t'l1

The Time.-UnioflYe'terdaycontains and thirty feet on the railroad, and -=a. iTI db t4 'n- Every ,Pair Guaranteed.Stock .

.BH article In repaid to a wealthy com running back an entire block, has been Po n'c L'J r o.y most complete, and prices most reixnonable for quality of Roodg. Also
pany which JIM been organized, with a purchased by the company. The prop- + tI t1 rr-r -3 complete line of HOSIERY,' GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS t
Jo
view of engaging In sugar culture on a erty lies north of the railroad, and Just : j 111 CD- "
t C c. AND
large scale In Brevard: ,county. It Is west of the turning table, and has a "- 1:1 CD OFE :: H o M e.is 0IATS CAPS. + +

claimed that there Is no lnd"connected stream of water running through the 2& CD. 0 Ot : Come and Fee the latest stylo In DERBY'S and CRUSH HATS.
with the concern; that the capital of tract. The General Manager Informs us .. 0 =a tTj ct 0 ,

$1,000,000 Is all taken; that no stock is that building operations will be startedin ..rn S oo om I i' t;:; "" II :;; 20 Per Cent off Straw Hats,

for sale; that .'>01000ln cash has been a few days, and that he hopes to have g: ,, ; c. ri It C'I.t To Close' them

approllriatl'fl and mode available for Immediate the machinery In running order before q t !: en- lrJ Out
that two dredges a g. .. =a
: operations; October 1st. i ma(;

:lave been purohaHed;.that work will be The organization this enterprise s1 w H Ro rc DRY GOODS HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS ETC. ETC
started \\Ithlullixty days; that the largest marks a new era In the development and CI Mc OH : ,

sugar farm In the world will be prosperity of Titusvllle. The locationof e a 512g00 t4 ir c S

another of this kind and Its fI ....
before establishment C
In cultivation yearexpires one de 0I
placed etc., etc. The facts, as far as successful operation, will attract other p >fi> OClO t+ sn.X ,::::a.CJ. o >- .... C'I.t1ft "More Value for a $ than Any Other House in the State

we know them, are as follows: Abouta concerns of a similar character. There : : {) Z E:! :

year ago Mayor Marks, of Orlando, ts no limit to the extent to which the a oq CD -. xr 1.1.& ... fIJ flJit3! J. P. TURNER; &
Cecil O. Butt, Judge of the Criminal fishing Industry of the East Coast may is' OQ, '-" i ; S COGroceries

Court of Orange county, and several associates be developed. We wish the concern every f I7J o cn M 1 t'l1e

bought 112,000 acres. of land success. a 6 p
OS-H BRA'Y':
from the State, on certain conditions. er o' + ; 1CI2 E. L. .,
M ,
=
The New Game Law. ; p J po.
The tract selected Included the territory sea {) .rn ::3.-

lying about the head waters of the Sebastian A Reason of Four-Month for Deer and .1 moo 1J.& dto Eoq Grain, Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizer

The purchasers agreed, in consideration Quail. : iTI CT1 tTj"CE '
of tho extremely low price secured The new game law provides that deer :;.. -1 i LIJ .... lb I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to rny Stock of
and shall be killed but four months In the a OJrj .F >. Groceries
canals
from the State, to dig year, and that for any other time than gJ f1CD =;- m Ga Staple eSc Fancy Fruit
drain t'J the lands within a certain time such four months It shal be unlawful for E3'W And Food ProductsOf

-two years, if we recollect rightly. A anyone to sell or offer to sell venison. .en I All Kinds. Also My Stock of'
cash payment of some $25,000 was madeto The County Commissioners shall designate I -
which such Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal
the four months In Hay
the State at tho signing of the contract hunting will be unlawful, and publishthe ,

which was to be forfeited in case same In some newspaper, or post It. JAMES IIOLMES, President. Ground Food and Wheat
the terms of the agreement were not The penalty for breaking the law Is a BREVARD COUNTY ALBKRT A. TAYLOR, Secretary I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above line of
with. fine not exceeding fifty dollars. Goods. I buy clo will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
complied .
also be unlawful to hunt quail patronage. Very truly
It shall your
During the past few months Messrs.ararks during any of the months from the first STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER me L. BRi1nY.:

Butt, Banyard: Palmer and associates of March to the first of November. The ,
have been making every effort to penalty for violating this section shall
secure tho co-opciatlon of capital for the not bo over ten dollars for each quail or COCOA FLORIDA.Incorporated REAL ESTATE GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
killed offered for sale. Attorney-at-Law.
development of their enterprise, being turkey or Attorney-at-Law.
the fact I Fire hunting for deer, or snaring or 1880.CAPITAL Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.
spurred on in their efforts by is
setting a net for quail or turkeys, prohibited
that failure to proceed with the under- I but this docs not prevent per EXCH ANE '

taking would work a forfeiture of the sons using those privileges on their own : &' Graham
lands. Paid Up, $2 .000. Robbins
quite considerable payment already Parties furnishing information that Authorized, $100,000. COCOA Indian River FLA, ,
made. About three weeks ago' Messrs. leads to the conviction of persons under ,

Marks, Butt and r.ilmor left for New the now law are paid one-half of the fine. -
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. LAW LOANS AND) REAL ESTATE.
Turk to lay the matter before a London Inposod and collected.A Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and ,
syndicate, and about ten days ago we
were shown a telegram from lIon. W. L. Few Words From Ex-Prcsl- DIRECTORS: Exchanged.

Palmer, Mayor of Orlando, to A. A. dent Cleveland. G. S. IlAnrtKE, President. We have For Sale a Large List of Carefully Selected Indian
will\ be
JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President. 53T" All Inquiries promptlyand
Stewart, of Titusville, requesting the R. B. HOLMES, Cashier. reliably answered. Fire Insurance
latter to forward to tho Astor House, Ex-President Cleveland, In a recent" ALDERT A. TAYI-OH, J. M. SANDERS, written In standard companies at lowest River Properties.

New York, at once, !a copy from the land address to "the Cleveland Democracy, J. F. WOOTEN. rates. .
the leading political organization of Buf- Florida Coast Line
Sale Lands the
records of this county, of the contract falo, recently said:- Agents for of of

f made by the State with M. H. Marks and "Public extravagance in Its relation to Canal and Transportation Co. ,
associates This was evidence that negotiations inequitable tariff laws, not only lays an
unjust tribute upon the people, but is OA3STAIILAIXTDOS..

ago wo received were In a private progress.letter A few from days a responsible for special unfair and advantages favored interests bestowed The Clyde Steamship Co. Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway Company''
upon
friend In Orlando, conveying the intelligence as the price of partisan support. 1 Lands. DUston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,

that Mayor I'alincr had telegraphed Thus the exercise of the popular will and other Low Priced Lands. 1\
hla that for the benefit of the country at largo Is on.oy EJand. \
partner, Judge Boggs, negotiations replaced by sordid and selilsh motives to; XiOAzr jfiLlir tyj3 on.
had been concluded, and that ample directed to personal advantage, while At Ten atu.1 Twelve per cent, in sums to suit

funds had been secured to carry the the encouragement of such motives in Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.' :
project Into successful operation at once. public place for party ends, deadens the
The letter referred to also stated that a official conscience. Address, p. o. box 108, Titusville, Fla. .
Public extravagance directly distributes .
relative of Major Marks reported that gifts and gratuities among the peepie
tills Inimitable promoter had made a whose toleration of waste thus se I ED? A.RD STILI] Tc .

coOl, $40,000 out of the tidal. cured, or whose past party services are
These' are the only facts in our pos thus compensated, or who are thus Cocoa, Indian River, Florida
bribed to future party support This
session! for which wo can vouch, in connection makes the continuance of partisan powera Dealer in
with the enterprise. We have stronger motive among public servants
than tho faithful of the PAINTS HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE & AGATEWARE
'examined all the land embraced In the discharge peo ,
trust and the seeds of Now York Charleston and Florida Lines. ,
ple's sow contagious
of the and find .
holdings company, it l ,
GLASS & PUTTY TABLE
; corruption In the body politic. PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, ,
of the very richest quality of muck, ly But to my mind tho saddest and most & POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE,'WIRE NETTING,
ing high above Indian River, and from frightful result of public extravagance The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed WIRE CLOTII.DOOnS .
its location wo should Judge Its drainagecan Is seen in tho readiness of the masses of to sail follows e&
be successfully and Inexpensively our people, who are not dishonest, but as : SASS: :ax.ZJ..VDS: :anXOK,
very only heedless, to accustom themselves to (STANDARD T1MK.:)
accomplished.In that dereliction public place which It From Mew York, From Jacksonville. Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.
comparing the advantages of Ere Involves. Evidence is thus furnished (Her iW, E. It.) STEAMER Florida. Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods Gauze
Friday June th. at S P.M....."mOQUOIB."..........Thursday, July 2d, at 1.00 P.M.
yard county with other portions of the that our countrymen are In danger of Monday June:Nth, ate p. M."AIAIONt1ULN.Sunday, July 6th, at 3.00P.M. Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges: Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
State, we have always contended that for losing the scrupulous Insistance upon Wednesday, July let,at 3 P. M.'IIEROKJoE.Tue. July 7th, at 6.30A.M. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
'sugar culture, the rich prairies of the up the faithful discharge of ,duty on the Friday July 3rd,at 3 P.. M..... 'YEMAuBE4"Thursday. July 9tb, at 6.30A.x. Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
Monday July ttth,at 3 P M."SE.M1XOI.K .... ...Sunday July 12th, at 8.30 A.M.
per St.'John's were far richer, and of part of their public servants, the regardfor Wednesday, July dth,at 8 P.M "IRIXJI'OIH" ........Tuesday, July 14th, at 10.00A.M. Chimney Pipe; Flags & Bunting;
'greater extent than those of the Kisslm- economy and frugality which belongsto Friday, July loth,eta P. M.'AIAlONQUhi".......Thursday, July 16th, at 11.00A.M. Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll work, etc., etc.
: the Monday, July 13th at3 tf. M....."CHKROKEK1.......Sunday, July 19th, at 200P.M.
meo Valley productiveness of whichikas sturdy Americanism, the Indepen-
] .tartlet Wednesday, July ISth,at 8 p. M....."YKMASStE,".......'.Tuesday. July :Tat at 8.30 P.M. Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspondence
the world. dence which relies upon personal en- Friday, July 17th,at 3 P. 1I..SIOUNULE1':...:...Thursday. July 23rd, at 6 JO A.M. solicited and estimates furnished promptly.
'The culture of sugar/ on a large scale deavor, and the love of an honest and Monday July 2Oth,at 3 P. M ........Sunday July26th, at 800 A.M
in this section will do more to bring well-regulated government, all of whichlie Wednesday, July 2'Jd. ate 1'. M."ALOONQUIN.,"......Tuesday, July 28th, at 10.00 A... -
......
24th a
Friday July at P. 1I..CHEROKEK1. : .Thursday, July 30th, at 11.80 A.M
About railroad and steamboat competi- at the foundation of our free Institu Monday, July !7th.,at3 1'. H....."YKMABSEE........I Aug. 2d, at 2.30 P...
tion than anything we have in exlstance tions. Wednesday, July rota,at 3 p. M."eEMI\OLEt'.........Tuesday, Aug. 4th, at 300 P...
Friday, July :oat, at 3 P. M.9ROuU018; ....... 6th, Leo ..
at present. The heavy production of Let us, then, as we push on In our .Thursday Aug. at A. J. S. Watson Co.
thin great farm will require and Invite campaign of education, especially im i
additional facilities for I its transports press upon our countrymen the ;lesson St. Johns River Line.For ,
-tlon. This great staple, being non-por- which teaches that public extravagance I.
lahable, can be shipped by sailing vessel Is a deadly, dangerous thing, that fru- Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points
from Indian River Inlet, or from Canaveral gality and economy are honorable, that on COn1.1nission
and the commerce which will be Inaugurated the virtue and watchfulness of the people the St. Johns River.
in this way will claim the attention are the surest safeguards against AND
of the government, and warrant abuses in their government and that
its aid In improving our harbor those who profess to serve their fellow- Steamer "EVERGLADE"

We sincerely trust the now concern leas citizens In publlo place must bo faithfulto Leave.Jacksonville for a.lIord.Sundays Tuesdays and Thursday,at 3.30 p.K. Return. FORWARDING MERCHANTS, !
the Ttmei-Union article proclaims,andthat their trust. lug,leave Sanford Mondays,Wed? * the canals which are to be and '
the dredges which are to come will not Market Review. 'W"ELAKA"1eat
be as patience-exhausting as those of acertain Jacksonville for Sanford Mondays sad Friday at 8.30 P.M. Returning 'leaves Dealers in Fertilizers
other canal concern which made New YORK June 29, 1891. Sanforel8unda't and Wednesdays,at 4.00 A.M. ,
contract with the State during a past There is a brisk demand now for Le- The above steamers are fitted np with first-claw accommodation for passengers, and the
goueiatlon. Conte and barrels tables will be supplied with best in market. P. Henderson
pears, fancy selling, & Co's Garden Seeds
$7.00 to $0.00; fancy crates 2.50 to General Passenger and Ticket Off iceS9 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
A Manufacturing for $3.00; inferior, $1.50 to 200. Watermelons -
Enterprise
Titusville. firm 28. to f3().; for fancy, ,F..M.IRONMONGERJr., FloridaFueeagerAgent,M West layat.JackeonylueFla.v. York. Orange Boxes, (Crates[ &: paper.CEMENT .
large, prime, $22. to $25. Tomatoes in J.O. PELOT Freight Agent,on wharf foot Hogan Street Fla.
large supply and further advanced, carriers JOHN L. HOWARD forlda might Agent.foot Laura 8treel.'Jackaon..l1Ie.TU.
We hinted In $1.50 to 2.00 crates$1.00 to.1.7 J.A.LESLIE Superintendent,foot Laura Street,Jackaon..IIe.I'I..
a recent issue that an ; TI1EO.o.KOKK,Trafflo Manager I Bawling Green,>ew York. PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA LIME
organization was being formed, which Grapes, Malagas 10 to 20cts. per Ib. MARSHALL H.CLYDE As.t.Trafflo Manager,B Bowling Uree ew Torav
Grapes should be packed In well ventilated Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
would give employment to a hundred carriers containing small inside baskets WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'I! Agents.,
hands. At that time we were unable and WHl rarnlsh Car When Desired, sad SM that ICXD':81t.Lo:
to ship by express. 1* haSh Wharves Philadelphia. ff Bowline Oreem:Sew York. they are properly LOADED;
give the detail connected with the con ED, ajid"&ACED to DssUaaUoa.We .
.
cern. The organization having been perfected Elegant Prizes for the Ladies. will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables, Furs and Skins: in fret

and the articles of co-partnership. The Publisher of The Canadin Queen :INDJ.A.N: RIVER :aO'I'EL.TITUSVILLE: : : we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us. I

filed In the Clerk's office, there can be no Toroato, Canada, are offering two new Correspondence solicited on any wants have.
possible objection to giving all tied' facts I prize competitions, with leading prices you may
of Respectfully, J. S. WATSON & CO1ar. I
constating a pair of Shetland ponies, _
of
which _
we are In possession, to our carriage and harness, a free trip to Eu- d .

readers. rope, tint-class upright piano, two weeks,. 1-
The concern.!. known as the "Atlantic vacations to-any summer resort In Canada Indian River T. EATON, .1

Coast Ice, Fish Oyster and Canning or the Utrited States, all expense Fla.
Company" and paid; safety bicycle or tryclcle, one hun- DISTILLER. !
Its
principal place of dred dollars la cash, suit of parlor furniture -
business Is Titut villa. It tea Joint stock ladies' gold watches, etc., etc. i-- PURE .1
partnership with M. Goldsmith as General This magazine has become famous on L M. JIABBETTE, !
Manager; S. II. Ray as Secretary account of IU prize competitions. Hundreds '. PBOPB. SOtTE, MASH: : wixS-St: : ;
of Americans have won valuable
and Treasurer; and E. 8. Hamilton as prize In previous contest Sample Distillery &: Warehouse : LYNCHBURG TENN.

Superintendent of the fishing fleet i number of Tin Qutt with full particular Open All The Year. )
These three officers will also constitute will be sent by the publishers upon
a Board of Management, or Directors. receipt of the address of any lady and T. J. Eaton & Co., Agents, Titusville, Fla..
six U. S. a cent Address Tkt
stamp ,
The capital is to be $70,000.00. The Toronto Canada., 3 Only a few minutes' -
Queen,
company will engage In the manufacture walk from Railway depot i

I of Ice, and the canning of fish oysters, -Capt. Geo. J. Jfercler is In town, y and Steamboat landings. ADVERTISE in this t

j and other Indian River product They having finished his duties on U* lower On the banks of the Paper.Torxns .
will far-tamed Indian River.
erect extensive building for their river. e
on. Paso ..



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