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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 10, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Jly'al1iflcation.tfE steamboat charges hotel bills etc., In -Mr. Frank Forstor, of Orchid,J*, ;.. .: 'r
The Fourth of July Celebration third prize. The time was as follows: doomed him to carry while Fresher ex- j '
Time. CorVtd. Owner. plains his failure to come out ahead, by : CONFEDERATE VETERANS addition, and yet we see by the Sta I'that the spending a few days In town. ; I,,:;

Is thing of the past but its Joys and No. 1. 26.38 20.25: Ollle Covar Cocoa. the fact that long service In his particular Who marched behind the Indian River we Seminole are under Club,great which obligations fixed the cost to of Remember we are headquarter foI' I.
line of business and frequent attendance
No. 2. Distanced. Master PennyCanav'l GnafB at the Fourth of July celebration ticket at "only *1.50 to partially de- clothing and shoes. J. P. Tamer Co. r' ;
a ,
pleasures will linger for to come No. 3. 21.05 on funerals have, fastened' upon .
years 20.57 John JonesTitusv'le held their econd meeting on the above '
had time at ::
nlello" We a good .
frayexl' -Dr. W. b. Graham started for Klsslmmoo
M a happy memory in the minds of theme No. 4. 25.07 25.07 Master Faber.CityPt. him a habit of movfnjtlellurely could and drib the saloon of the steamer Sween- Titusville the Fourth but it cost '
on !
No. 5. 21.22 21.19 Oscar Stewart,Titus. wh solemn step, which he not sal added to Wednesday morning, to attend 1
who were so fortunate as to be present ey thirty now names were those of ns who brought a girl along,
No. 0. 23.20 23.27 Alcc.GoodeMelbo'ne shake off at a moment's notice. Nan- the *U. .-Suite an enthusiastic session about dollars each and that to some legal matters In that town II. ," 1
twenty
in the
And festivities of the
participate man affirms that he had purchased ft '
No. 7. 23.60 23.44 P. R.
Paddlson.Tltusv'l. eM 0urag d'the Association. Capt. returned last ,
would have bought a good many pineapple night.
shoes Bazaar that '
of at the morning
pair
The
occasion. programme prepared by Tills of much P., radd JOn was elected permanent of land. i
was -
race a source excitement andan slips or grubbed half an acre ,
which though neat and serviceable -For lands Indian and **t .
sale on
the several committees with the excep- to young America, and each chairman, and |A. D. Cohen permanent UNCLE SAM. '
tion of the regatta was carried out to boat had Its youthful admirers. The fa not all-round sufficiently bargain commodious In thcif to allow were of secretary Several committees were appointed Lucie rivers. AU choice selections, for 1 1 '

the_letter. The weather man took special thers of the several contestants watched free action of his pedal extremities; he Confederate to make final Veteran arrangements At to pineapples, lemons, truck and bananas., ',' f,
form
the manoeuvres of their anxiously a camp LOCAL NEWS.Society
youngsters
forth and On terms to suit. Address Frank l
threatens to send a challenge ,
pains to provide pleasant, day; the and It was quite evident that it the close of the meeting they formedIn r .
customary Fourth of July rain was Conspicuous would have been a serious matter if the have the race run over again, but the processional order and looked quite Fonder, Orchid Fla. 14Messrs. ]
before mentioned modest athlete is perfectly '11
by its absence and our tropical judges had not accorded exact justice. satisfied with the result,* and his cheery with their now badges and their and General Goulp In ctonneatlon Belcher and Christian .1wa' I '

sun seemed to shine with subdued force We occupied position In tho judges' extreme modesty would not permit of a camp colors Main flying street as they where marched by order bytW9' with Indian River knit Lake Worth Motion have been on their homestead at Miami 1 1 "
boat and felt noted ,
quite as we '
while a cool breeze In the evening which the threatening and uneasy anxious expression socond-appearance in public" tho face to the front, and broke ranks. during poet week About llrlnt mention Tou of returned hero Sunday quite delighted t' '
People
seemed specially prepared for the necessities of several admiring fathers, .aa they TUB. MARIONETTE AND PUNCH AND JUDY. Interesting Know, and Eventet Tnnpto| You I>on'l Know- with that country and think there 1* a

of the hour gladdened the hearts boys'watched boat our proceedings should closely.be The Gave performances SHOW at the rear of J.W. I Echoes From the Fourth Says ricked op by Our=. Kdltor.ty place in Florida like It. .. i'
race always a
and added to the comfort of those who prom Rogers' store; and although the manager Parties wishing to buy or sell unproved -
inent feature of our Fourth of July pro- ; That the Rag Taga fanned the Military
looked forward to the ball as the crowning gramme; It stimulates our boys to learnto Mr. G. W.;McKenzie, was unable to Nine,.ont, with three of their best play Advertisements under this heading or unimproved land, would findIt ,,

feature and most enjoyable part of handle a boat skillfully, an art which I get; practical assistance in working circumstances his ers selected out of town. are ton cents per line per week. to their advantage to correspond with .
the
under
he did
ver-vell
figures
the celebration. will be useful for ,
always a qualification
Quite a number of people came In from and, on the whole, gave fair That Rice and Mills made tho echoes the Florida\ Real Estate Exchange Address "
the residents fcf Indian River. We understand -Get tho ADVOCATE at Dr. Scrovcu's.Five I ,
LaGrange and the Mims neighborhood, that Oscar Stewart planned and satisfaction and a good deal of amusement re-echo by daylight with their old anvils! Goode A. Hogg, P. O. box Nat, "
the Cents per copy I Melbourne Indian River FlL' 221* 4 ,
and also from Hardeevillo and City Point constituted his boat, which won a prize, to his audiences during day.Tho : :That there was the largest crowd In '
by private conveyance on Thursday andthe entirely with his own made little ones were highly delightedwith town ever assembled on a like occasion -Straw hats at reduced prices to close -The now Board of County Com ml.*.,' "

steamer Sebastian came in on the him all tho more hands\w1llCh\ the entertainment, and their laugh. and the most orderly them out at tho Bazaar *1 loners met and organized lost Monday,
same evening with quite a load. of jolly ter was long, loud and frequent showing '
_excursfonists, wfille the next day (Fri. BASE BALL', how well j they appreciated \It, One TMt Tltusvillo Is the place and July -Mr. B. W. Jerome of Brantley has and transacted a large amount of Important ;

day-the) one chosen for the celebration Immediately, after the juvenile boat charming young lady, who was escortedto 4th"tue day to got up a first-class celebrations been on a few days' visit to Mr. and Mrs. business. The now members seer*; '

-the Sweeney came puffing along race was over, the crowd hurried to the the show by popular Weather Bureau Wetmore. determined to make an honest effort to '
clad in attire with a happy large field opposite the Grand View Hotel officer said they were the funniest "Trit
holiday party
the programme as announced, of do their duty and labor for the general .
and -Mlsl Willie May Rocklodgo was
from down river points who believed to witness the target shooting little things she had ever seen. p
the the
jarried out
to
the base ball game between the Military was letter save short visit to Miss Katie Paddlson good and prosperity of the country.
In the old adage of "better late than THE BALL. !|<* rcglltta for the larger boats. on a
never." The first feature of the-morning Nine and the Rag Tags. The overwhelming latter succeeded By the time the sun began to, lnkt;tt'. I' during the Fourth. -Tho most complete line of trunk) r
In administering an Tliat the soldier
twenty-two boys were
programme was this the west many of those .who h laddeavored om7 Thousand Dollars to loan at bags and valises can be found at the f
defeat to the former but might |tiie finest looking body on tho streets Twenty
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THE: Ml LIT AH Y DRILL to take In the whole pro,, Bazaar 1 ,
have been expected for the military HO day of the celebration. 10 per cent It taken quick; In sums to
the Indian River Guards, the memo his : gramme which had been prepared W' oil .
By man bad-been having it all own way Indian River Steamboat Co. A
bers of which organization contested fort during the morning and early afternoon the day were ready to cry enough and h That Jim Sanders smiled all over his suit. Robbing Graham.13stt j '
the Pritchard gold medal, which had and the numerous admiring glances many were compelled to retire to their( face when! the judges awarded him thePritchard -There was a pleasant little musical cular from Mr. 'G. D. Ackorly general it

' been offered as a prize for the best and flattering remarks showered upon homes, satisfied that they had had pleasure -- medal, for the best drilled at Mr. and Mrs. Goo. M. Bobbins' passenger agent of the J., T. A K. W. '

'', drilled man. The company, as a whole him by his lady friends had been too enough for one day. Not so, however man. party Railway, state that the rate for meal,

performed the various evolutions very much for him. He supposed himself In with those who delight" In tripping ,That Ethel Rumph looked prettier and residence Tuesday evening.Tho on the steamboats between July and, ',

skillfully, and reflected great credit up- vincible and naturally, under such circumstances the "light, fantastic too. Many a headache < sweeter spoke loader and more distinct now residence of Mr. Howell October 81st will bo 60 cents'each meal.
vanished and frames became
on the as well ea the individual a fall might have been ex weary attracted and
more attention presentedthe
ofllcersj Titus Is nearly completed and Mr. and
and elastic as visions Instead of 75 cents heretofore. W.
Ie Judges awarded the Their defeat was taken quite buoyant once more, a* t
pected. flag than of her Is
i prettiest ; one age
prize to James T. Sanders, Esq., prose- pleasantly, however and several members of the waxed floor were pictured in theirmlnd'i wont to do, on similar occasions. Mrs. Titus expect to move into It next havo no doubt this rate will be rauoh ,

cuting attorney for Brevard county and of the losing team explained privately eye and as they caught In Imagination week. more satisfactory tour river pcoJ>le. ,/ '
it is needless to say that the successful to our entire satisfaction how a strain of a captivating waltz, as That though Willie Hale was the
competitor feels quite proud of the tro- the affair happened to result as it did. played by Barrata's Iand. smallest boy who entered the sack race -Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Paxton of -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins and' ,. to

phy and the honor which accompanies The Guards claim that the march and At the appointed hour the youth and he wa the largest one, after he walkedo.f Rockledgo, lt8.rted. last Friday for Philadelphia little son, Rufus; Mr. and Mr*. J. O. "

Us possession. Several other members I''. drill of the morning had Impaired their beauty of Indian River began to congregate wth that little V. where) they will, probably remain Walton and eon, Claude of Eau Gallle; ; _
went through tho drill In an excellent usual energy and efficiency. ball play at the neatly-decorated and electric : "OvSVvFrnnk: Carlile not know for the balance of the summer "'
may Robbins and MoClcllaa,
RiverBank Mrs. M. P. Mrs, ,
manner and were worthy of special ers. The writer of this article had lighted ball room, over the Indian t?
much law. nor Is he a pretty man but
hasten and and by nine o'clock there were over Messrs. Smith& Futch opened their the steamer > .
mention'; but we roust on promised his services to act as captain when It come to foot racing he can show started on Sweeney t
exercise brevity in order to say a word for the unsuccessful team, but wishing one hunt red people present, either Bob Richard his heels any day moat and vegetable market this week, Sunday morning for New Smyrna Bloo '.".
about each portion of the programme In to keep his lower extremities in proper as participants or spectators to take and prepared to attend to -L
etc.
are now any returning ,
Springs Orange City, '
the limited amount of space at our dis condition to do justice to a certain en- part In or witness the grand march. That there was many a long and lonesome ,. ,
,posal. Lieut. John Cameron and Boudi- gagement at Masonic Hall, later in the About thirty couples took part in this glance cast at the five dollar William orders our townspeople may feel disposed Monday night. }Ir. and Mr*. J, O.

not Pritchard acted as Judges, and in evening, we secured the services of F. P. opening chapter of the ball, and grace- which rested so calmly on the to favor them with. Walton (who have been on A visit t.

making their award exhibited a thorough Hassler, of Averill, to act as our substi fully moved through Its beautiful evolutions greased pole. Howell Titus got It, Altreo has the magic pocket lamp; Mr. and Mrs. Bobbins for nearly a week))
knowledge of military tactics. Shortly tute. This gentleman rendered led by Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown though-with a ladder. :
yeoman
the dime bank the flour report It a* boon a pleasant trip,
saving safety very
after the prize drill was concluded, the duty, as the profuse perspiration of his From this time until midnight when ; I
Indian River Guards were presented brow and the determined and breathless; supper was announced dance followed That the Brass Band boys did well, bin and sifter; tho Endle's cake baker; with which they were very much 1'1..*-

with a' beautiful flag, by their lady aspect of his countenance ,gave ample dance in rapid succession, and after sat- and covered themselves all over with the roaster baker and the best stove on ed. They returned to Eau Gallle Wed.

friends. The banner'was tendered, with testimony, and he spared no effort to isfying their appetites with the excellent glory earth or In Heaven. 221 nosday afternoon on tho steamer Ancient. ,\:* (
words, by Miss Ethel fill our place properly; but we have a bill of fare Mine Host Mabbette had prepared That Tom Smith surprised himself .

Rump, and gracefully accepted In behalf lingering suspicion that If our phenomenal the merry throng returned with more than any other man In the company -Captain A. Bennett I II making a road City. ,

of the company. skill and Intimate knowledge of the renewed zest, and did full justice to the by walking off with the Ray modal. from Banana River to the Ocean near -The Misses Rose and Dertle John t_',' .' .r'

THE: TITC8VILLK BRASS BAND national game had the been battle available would by have the excellent, until music the whistle which had of the been Electric provided That Dr. Graham and B. Sanders let Tropic to accommodate his friend son, two charming ;young niece of Mr*. ,,'*.
Nine
Was out in force early in the morning musical Military otherwise., Light Company gave warning of the approach August Delsner and Julo Knox beat whom he expects from the north next I. M. Mabbotte arrived In town, Friday' ,; ,
"
and their ability In producing gone of day when at 4 a. m. the hall them a fair and square foot race. from Kisslmmee, and trill top wlU ;? 'j

notes from their brass Instruments was TUB: TARGET BIIOOTIXO CONTEST was vacated by the most delighted That Quince Stewart and his old Yet, season.Mrs. their uncle and aunt, at the Indian River .-y .- 1
surprise to their friends, who had expected G. W. Mackenzie arrived In
ft For the Ray silver modal occurred just throng that ever congregated on Indian
molted and broke rank after that
called to exercise considerable soon Hotel for ft month or so longer. .
be ;
to upon before the base ball game and the honor River. town Tuesday from her place on tho "
memorable time
charity in criticising their first fell in an unexpected quarter. Thereare The ball was the crowning feature of with the thermometer double-quick at 08. march Banana River on her way to New York, They attended the ball last Friday' night; "

performance but were agreeably surprised several crack shots In the company the celebration. Those who were pres- where she to remain until Oc and, on the whole-between tinging, ,
; and we can say with candor that and it was commonly supposed that the ent declared It the most successful affairof That Cot Pope'. address wa listened expect rowing and "bathiDI-
Titusville. has no reason to feel ashamedof contest would be narrowed down to the kind ever attempted In this com to with marked attention and was a tober. )Ira Mackenzie has gone on a dancing sailing s ,

its band. Their proficiency is re- three or four of the best men. When munity. Tills part of the celebrationwas masterly effort. visit to her sister. they seem to be enjoying themselves laTitusville. \
markable considering the brevity of its called and he under the of the Seminole Mr. Mabbetto and Mlw
T. W. Smith's name was auspices
the boat went
That the next
tuition boys' race a long -Indian River Hotel. For
career and the lack of skilled stepped up to take his shots, it was con Club, which organization deserves great to add to the success of the day- Birdie Mabbetto are just tho right tort .
which they have suffered. The band sidered reasonably certain that the prize praise for the manner in which all their with way John Jones and Boudle Pritchard' three months-commencing July tat- to make those Kisslmmee young ladle r
played at Intervals during the day and would not fall to his lot; in his arrangements were perfected.The the term for board and room, for Indian '
while the boat race was In progress fact capsize to top It off. comfortable and happy. .a ,
boys' comrades were inclined to make t of Hall was beautifully decorated, River resident and county people
In the afternoon, it was installed at- the at the Indian River Hotel ex That it 1* to be regretted that only two '
his skilL Tom kept cool however supper will be I. M. Mabbetto -The new bath house I I. on ft fair way ..
the lofty upper deck of the Sweeney boat entered In each of the classesIn 11.60 per day. -
on tended strictly to business and plantedtwo cellent and music superb; In fact, the were to be built All the members secur ,
and their strains were quite Inspiring. shots In the bull's eye winning the entire affair with the exception of an the large boat race, thereby barring proprietor. 213: .

THE SPEECH. medal, which he will wear proudly until over-waxed floor was, above criticism contest a* six were requisite. -Capt. J. B. Smith ha a gang of men ed, and building operation will be commenced '..

Frank W. Pope, Esq., of the next contest occurs possibly The "female form divine" clad In lovely ft* coon ft. Mr. D. S. JIatohlnso ., ,
About
noon, That, though it wa no part of the grubbing land for him on the peninsula,
Jacksonville, delivered a good, old-fash longer; at all events, his comrades will costumes, was present In abundance day's some changed give his permission to Its erection. Vf ;" ,
which look In future as danger. but will not allow us to give our programme money and he expect. to put In a* an experiment
Tom
oration was
ioned Fourth of July upon space hand on a go-as-you-please horse race, to date the following married and single ,
much ,enjoyed by those present; but ous competitor.VARIOUS. pen the freedom we would like to exercise during the afternoon. 10,000 pineapple plant or more,
Interested
ladle and gentlemen are In It:
In In detail the most 1
owing to the fact that many were compelled O All KB. describing beside breaking considerable land for
beautiful and That the string band which and Mr. James T. Trltchard
to attend dinner at the time ball number of strikingly-dressed belles played Captain ,
base
After the game a not from Indian River and during the day and evening couldn't be vegetable s
In the attendancewas only neigh- Colonel and Mrs. D. L. Gaulden Me.:
speaking was progress indulged In which
field sports were borhood but from far beaten for music thank to Ed. -Mr. H. A. Hodges the lumber merchant -
good ,
*
places as
small. After all, It is seldom away i
rather the
were highly enjoyed by spectators. and Mrs. M E. Gruber Mr..and Mr*. 3. I
an occasion of this kind Kisslmmee; It is sufficient to repeat the Brady. wa In town Tuesday. On Wednesday
that on hurdle
speeches and
There were foot racing, races P, Turner Mr. and Mrs. L U Mabbctte. '
made
remark down-river
appreciated; the people by a prominent the ball floor "slick" he started down the river far
are properly sack racing. Our reporter failed to.get That room wa*so ft* "
of the orange who wa present, a* a Mr. and Mr*. Robert RansonlIon.'H.f1.Atkinson !
grower
that part .
to skip
inclined Watson .
seem the names of all the successful participants that Julius positive affirms that a* Rockledge. lIe report business a*
programme rather than allow it to interfere but made special note of a young wall flower that "the- gathering would I he aw four file slip up and break their and will J. W. nwUngtoo ?. E. Laaouettf -
; have done credit to a city the size of being exceptionally good lOOn i
with witnessing the more excita- who seemed to have : neck Solicitor
son of Judge Jones C. H. Walton Comity_ .
Jacksonville Savannah. increasing ,
or
erect another mill to meet the !
ble features of the day. invented a peculiar style of locomotionfor I That Frederickton Armageddon Mayflower J, T. Sanders and M. W. !Jcht-. AH ,
.
and seemed to have hIs I demand.Mr. .
THE BEGATTAWaa sack racing THE: CELEBRATION:
Charles Augusta Lousy George the above gentlemen have promised t.
declared off, on account of the own way in that; particular sport. Master Of the one hundred and sixteenth anniversary Washington X. Q. Z. Altree and Willie C. T. Verbeke of Brantley I la '
number of boats Willie llald came off a winner In several of our nation birth, at Titus- give It their monetary supporthr.
failure of a sufficient Henry Oglesby on the dinner question, becoming quite a noted pineapple grow i
having entered to warrant; a race. This of the boys' races, and we overheard rifle wa a pronounced succe**. The were the right; men In the right places. er. He sent a pineapple weighing 10J. Tom Johnson a promlnent.AUl- I'
his winnings to a bosom
; to those him counting several committees charged with preparing 'itV
was quite ft disappointment I from La was Initowalast
who were specially interested In that companion, and announce the aggregate the programme and carrying it out That Sam Ray tried to be at the Grand lbs to Mr. Frank II. Allen of Norwich aces man Grange

line of sport and particularly Irritatingto as seven dollars, and If we recollect successfully did their work well, while View, up at the Court House and downon Conn., who exhibited it at the Horticulturist Tuesday and labored vigorously

those who had gone to considerable rightly the races were not yet all over. Sam Ray, wko acted*General Manager the end of the city dock all at the Society Exposition and It reeelved with with the Board of County Commissioner

trouble and expense In preparing their One particular foot nee seemed to afford superintended the various arrangements same time; and he came near being the premium. This speak well In behalf of a certain petition t
think however special merriment to the crowd. with a skill and which demonstrated there too. '''
boats for the race. We energy that the old La Orange road fca ,
praying ,
between four well- for Brantley and the .
contest was grower.Mrs.
the matter in The that he wa the right man la the
that the committee having
would That Steve Geiger 1* ft'good solicitor and made a County road.f
de- known citizens, whom one suppose In addition to to re-adopted
place. attending
warranted in the course right R. C. Scrimgeonr left here
charge were a better collector and the best treasurer
bad long ago retired from active his he made the town of Titusville. Teas''
"Id... nnstn.At : numerous duties quite a the boy could have picked out. Saturday morning for Jacksonville on through
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o'clock the boat race took participation in field sport ineentne* record at; hurdle racing. I Ia true-blue and shows his disinterested" .
2 boy* .
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Sanders of C. II.Nauman her to Hornby N. T Ansonla
R. Courtney; way ; ,
place and it was certainly one of the were W. and THE: ADVOCATE: That Harry Atkinson wa a* proud of patriotism by the position be occupies -,.
thellanlover region
of the day. The from ; his chick of their old Conn., and other places, where she ha II
most popular eventa men, ft* were ever {
the well-known Feel pride in the attending road matter He I la In favor of good \
Froscher. undertaker a just success on
Andrew
wind was rather light, and the race less hen; the boys, too, of their Captainwere gone on ft visit to friend Mr*. Scrim.
from LaGrange. There was the celebration, believing our fact that the i'
the
road _
if stiff breeze had proud for they admired him notwithstanding '
prevailed a
than
exciting a ; pour peeta to be away about four
who took in effort in attendanceand
individual part securing j
persistent
but the sailing was skillful, and one other did the crowd. Ia I a wheelwright by profealonft&d. ; the !
,
but hi extreme interest the had which time .he will
this special contest, arousing on subject, months we hope
the fleet of small racers were start watched to finish modesty will not permit n* to mention something to do with bringing about the That all the down river people were thoroughly enjoy, a* the U taking a rougher the road the more Ukolyhood fft.*-' I!
with intense interest from In the result. The liberal their of the business la this line trot Tai J
crowd who hi* name. The race was exciting satisfactory ue of load in praise success of our much-needed reit. Her friend thrifty ; j
crowded, by the the deck of of the spectators Sweeney and extreme, and hotly contested, but easily our column in advertising the affair effort to give them a pleasant day. many of the true Alliance type, and''abis N' -,'>k I
win alas her while
from Indian
doubt effective in away '
the city dock. won by the aforesaid modest was, no arousing interest That, .. the Fourth of '99 coma on personal Interest. He U ready to t**.v s,
down-river reader. River. Postmaster
both our
Scrimgeour
aocom.panted
The first prize was won by John Jones. whose friend were the wonderful elanddelighted We thank among the various committee! for guuUy, we'll again celebrate the 3rd- down the gauntlet to anyone who fe*" fi'
awarded the second with JIm Prttchaxd's 4th. her a* far a* Jacksonville, returning ,
Oscar Stewart was *
favorite displayed. Sanders courtesies received at their hand, and disposed to dUou road matter ;
while a diminutive young gentleman their that hi* rivals should have been hand\!, hope to be on deck in good shape for active That the price of admission charged on Tuesday; aDd Mr. Henry Drey. .d. '

named Alec. Goode from Melbourne, capped some way, to make ap for the service when another year bring for the ball wa pretty stiff on u*fellow er wa AcUng-Potmatcr: daring his ab- .' 'J"j

with seven a feet miniature and four craft Inches, only, measuring took the extra amount; of weight nature had n* together again for another Fovta of from down the river, who h4 to pay Mace gy: local continued. en fagt S.

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--i HOMING PIGEONS followed DIAr+ RIVER PROPERTY.Twenty .

fb94Hast Goas[ dOec CfiiB. suit,'.and although quite a different Is tt poulblo firat-class Buggy with Sliver-plated Dash Rail, Seat

.... sense, the pigeon! is held almost sacred Excitant Bargains In Real Rail, Handles, Hub Qands, an':: Shaft Tips. for above price?

t Ancestry and Uses of} Homing in that,country. In the future the pets Estate on Indian River, Fla. n.: t C: ) o
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1 TITCSVlLLa i of Venice and the : "r
Pigeons in Climes. general favorites of
Many 24 ZO
Section
No. 1. The nw J of se J of w !:
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has an. the sons of the snnny South are to be 37 -40 Herts, on peninsula op- >
a Ulsliop of Winchester t 27, fcr e- i h.. .. Z < mmto
aouncod that Engllih society rotteD Importance the Birds In Futuro used for the purposes) ,of war, ns posite Melborne; pronounced by county "" C "0' 0 1'1:0 diQ

European Wars. though Europe did not devote sufficient surveyor to be AD excellent piece of pine. t: "0" 00 11-Z 1'1 > io
to the core. apple land. Price, $20 per acre. Ad- 0: 0 > Z C Z ,-
noble energy to this purpose. joining land is selling at from $50 to I&. Z <( !:II C III
1880 to 1890 tbo wealth of rapid During ibo long' of 'in O .Dj 'i m
From In this of communication years neglect $75. '
t'n W -
ago tAz
the United States In 'cBIIPd from $44. other,countries the Belgians devoted No. 2. Lot 4 of section 24, t 37, r 40 e. ,0 IIJ : : 0 0 )
with electricity furnishing the moans, IIJ III' SIP '
shore of St. Lucic! river. :
north
000,000,000 to 106,000,000,000.! little thought Is given to the faithful much attention to this bird, and by Fronts 79 87-100 on acres; price, $23 per acre. 1-0:0- :>: C ? fc ma xV'

winged messengers which for twenty careful selection and systematic trials No. 3. Lot 4 of section 25, t 37, r 40 e, ( -- (') Cn
In 20 years there Imo becif no conn they brought the half mile front on s 'Uth : > (,)0 !?> > >
>
pigeon from semi- 65 62-100 acres, 0:
centuries 0(0
have served and the :> 1II ,
forfeiting of Unclo Same po tugo Cupid's domesticity to become subject to the shore of St. Lucia river. Excellent land. 10 'fa. 0 (gn y O r
sordid the I
more
Today
I"
for the reason that purposes. $25 acre. ,
lamp, possibly telephone- is resorted to for even a control of man. Belgium is, therefore, No per 4. Lot 1, 79 80.100 acres: lot 2, Write for our New SO page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles
in it for (tho counterfeiter.
there Is nothing lover's endearing About entitled to bo called tho home of th 71 00-100 acres; lot R, 55 16.100 acres; AddressSOUTHERN

.' nineteen message. modern homer, the centre where the sit in sec 26, t 87, r 40 e. Each lot has BUGGY CO.
and a half centuries ago our of a mile front on St.,Lucie

'one surest 'way or prolonging ate, ancestors were not quite so rapid. Of swiftest flyers are produced, and it liver a quarter, and adjoins tho extensive pine CINCINNATI.OHIO. U.S.A.

them was to tho Belgian lofts that the of & Dyer. ---- -----.-- -
concludes tho Atlanta Constitution, is it is written: governments apple plantation Tyndall --- -- :

to become a soldier. Nearly all of of Europe went for their The three lots have combined rpntngo
,Venus, for a hymn of love, birds for of three-quarters of a mile on very deep
old fellows who have paused the their military lofts, and from
the
Gave me to the barb away| water, and being situated on the south y
century limit were soldiers. They See me now his faithful minion; this source came many of the birds shore of the brood St. Lucic, are absolutely

get'killed sometimes, but about the To his lovely girl I bear which now occupy tho American lofts fire from danger of frost. $20 per

same number would die if they remained Bongs of passion through the air. and which are now being trained to acre for these three lots In a body, or

at homo. Perhaps that is why the dove has compote for tho prizes to bo flown for $25 This: per is im acre exceptional for cither bargain lot separately-:i: better 'I a L FEE9tBI1I? >IPft 'k "T t telFtlfit

always been associated with tho ten during tho coming months.-[New investment than the amount required to.! n .,.
der York Woild. homestead at ,, "' flOat1EEItE&I9iIEC6EH; a ,a'r i .
passion and J is still considered the secure and prove up on a 4

There is not A mile of railway In emblem of innocence. Tho barb ,vas Miami, and is not dependent upon prospective I
Cartons Story of a Painting. and Ions delayed satis- !
perhaps
brown County, Jnd., nor within six so named because ho originally came The most curious reminiscence of a factory transportation, facilities : 'h f feet IrP.ffl89E Y t a

miles of It. Nashville, tho county from Barbary, and in those early days "Melsionler," concerns not "1814" No. 5. Lot 1 of sec 36, t 87, r 40 ,e.

seat, has inhabitants, and only ono ho was thought as much of as the 41 1 10 acres, on south shore of St. Lucio -
e
nor 1807 but i y
ono that tho .
great water front LARGEST
mile deep ----3
brick structure-tho court-house. Tho river. Quarter
Antwerp is today. Antwerp is the matter never touched stlie brush to. $23 ncre.No. 1JSURPASSEO PRODUCING
jail is built of logs. Tho county hoe home bf the modern homIng-pigeon. Ills pr Lot 3 of sec 80 t 37. r 41e. fr
son, Charles Heissonlcr, although 0. ir--M* FoR' ''y ''
not sent any ono to tho penitentiary rigoon-flying is nothing new-if tho clover with his brush Half mile of river front, on north shoreof low E TOUCH"TERRE PlANO FACTORIES ,
was overwhelmed ,
1.10 at $2:; n ,
for several rind there Is not a wild St. Lue'o river. 40 acres, .
tribes
years, of llarbarysupplied tho tho k IN THE ;e ,
by greatness of his
saloon wlthn! Its ]limits. ancient Grecians! with! birds-but long father per acre 4 I S) and 6 Containing A ,
so ho worked only for his own Bargains Nos 2, 3, ,
before this tho natives of the Cclosthl pleasure and tho benefit of his friends. in the asrfjregnte 430 61.100 ncrcs,
A New York theatrical manager Empire used tho dovo aerial will lilt sold in a body at $15 per acre
as an
who thinks he line got hold of a profit and far Somu: little time ago, however, IHJ<< was This is a gbod chance to make 100 p-r ? WLAi 9 C? .
went
messenger, they eveu so
persuaded to month
paint twelve
idea a pretty little picture cent in less than
ablo tlio ofa
contemplates starling '
as to use whistles of sufficient lIght- for a charity lottery in Paris. In No. 7. Lot t of eel 25, t 37, r 40 e.

theatre for the exclusive entertain ness to bo attached to their messenger 24 78.100 acrua; Rod lot 2 of same sec, : HAUTE NEWPORT"
mont of children. There are a num. birds with one corner ho placed his full name, 21} 'IcreOno h on the north and the

ber of such theatres in Europe whichdo yet power enough to but with tho "Charles"unintentionally\ other on the south shore of St. Lute

Ono frighten birds of prey. Tho natives of somewhat Indistinct. The picture fell rivir. ;Each lot hRS a quarter of a mile

a good business. in the parkat Hlndoostau, Persia, Egypt, and the to the lot of frontage on deep water $30 per aero HI
a and coal
Brussels does a thriving ratio dur. tribes that in later carpenter ped- Separate lots. No reduction if both lots
a period ovel'ranAsia
dler who
deplored his luck in having
fag' the spring and summer. arc taken.
Minor and part of Europe, madoA won a useless bit of canvas instead ofa No. 8. Lot 3 of sec 24-iH 30.100 a res.
'- systemallcl1sootthoplgeon.Solt half mile front on St. Lucio river; and
Our Navy Deportment is experimenting handsome box of scented soap or a
would seem that Captain Noah was gold-handled lot 4 of sec 311, t 37, r 40 c-77nrrcs,
umbrella.
with a new system of pro Eventually also fronting on St. Lucie river. $45 per
the
not discoverer of the instinct
homing
tection for gunners in exposed places ho packed.his prize, face out, on his acre for tither or both lots.
In theso and other birds aDIlt
on vessels dining action. Woven back, and started on foot through tho No 9. Lot 4 of sec 23, t, 37, r 40 e, 53
U admitted that the people in North- stroeteof Purls for 16-100 with quirtcr rail front on
steel wire curtains are hung behind his homo in tho acres,
ran Europe merely adopted and St Lucia river; excellent iud; $25:i peracrl'
raised/ suburbs. As ho crossed tho ChnmpsElypee.
the shields to protect the !gunners from' .
to a higher degree of perfection ono .
fragments of exploding shells., These two Americans with some No 10. 1.ot" of sec 8, t 33. r 41 e, 39

eurtains aro flexible and their resisting fit the most ancient means of com knowledge of art happened\ to walk up 64-100 norei, with half mile frontage! on

munication. behind Mouth of St Lucia river, opposite
him. They beautiful prong :
quality said to equal that of a steel saw a
It was only about a century ago that littlo painting with theVol'd "Mci'- rind south-westerly from Besscy Bros [patent applied for,I :
plato an inch thick. of land
quality ,
in Franco and Belgium dovo-ootos sonlcr" In ono corner and at plantation; superior field and This fa one of the most convenient pleasure and business vehicles for the 1awyer,
onco known as old Indian camp ."--.ineas man or farmer on earth. Owing to the construction of the body
Tho enormous amount of literature were as numerous as houses. The scented a bargain. They followed too ground. Price, $25 per acre. .. it very Ugh at the same time vtry durable, and is the Itanilfomeit -

that has.arisen out of the discovery of aristocrat had his pigeon-house on an carpenter to his homo, and after somo No 11. se J of *w J of sec 2, t 33, g r WRITTEN pleaiurf GUARANTEE or bufintti GIVEN vehicle ON on EACH the market.A VEHICLE.

vaccination since the days of Jeuner elaborate scale on his estate; tho far- haggling offered him $300 for tho pic.ture. 41 e, on south side buck of St from Luc'e river river excellent two Tti CUU'i But tiUnd, cult tttichri a detached la ONE: 1tI T91. Write for Meet. Agouti Wastes
;
is represented In valuable collection mer had his pigeon "Iuyard" in the Time capenter lost his breath, hundred pineapple yards l \nd. Joins plunUtlou of TERRE HAUTE CARRIAGE AND BUGGY CO., Terre Haute, rRSoN'S

originated In 1830 by Dr. von Bnlmorlncq contro of a field near his dwelling, and but not his head. lIe saw tho Americans 0. K. Wood. Price, $7.50 per acre.

'in Warsaw and continued down nearly every one who had or could No 12. Pineapple land. Lot 9 and n
were eager, so he told them to ifs
40 03 ;
37
13 t, r c;
of sea
'to 1890 by Dr. L. Tfclfler of find room had a dove- ote. Tho In e J of se J
Weimar return half an hour, after ho should inrludin a clearing; and field of

in whoto possession tho library now is. gentry went in for beauty and speed, have had time to think of it. Then ho 10,000 rrrs, pineapples, set out; on north fork

Ik contains upwards of 2000 volumes, but the farmer did not entirely for- hurriedly consulted with his neigh nf St li,cie! river. Price, $1,000. Very

monographs, essays, etc., variola get that young pigeons were a table bors, one of whom schoolteacher little wasteland Jn the tract.
upon a poor No. 18. Lot 4 of sec 14, containing> I
inoculation and allied! topics.The delicacy and brought a long price. As swelled his expectations be- acres and lot 2 of sec 23, containing 70

soon as tho youths were old enough, ;i 29( r 38 e. Very fine hummock
yond all reason with stories of the"Augelus' acres j all in t ,
Russian photographer! have a they would get a box of somo sort, situated opposite MIcco, on the
and tho
prices paid for Each lot hasa igatStroke
_ peculiar way of punishing customers mako tho necessary holes, put in other masterpieces. peninsula of; free mile from of frost.river front. This f putord

who do not' their bills. perches, fix it somewhere and quarter the .r
pay They up When the AmerIcans returned tho land Is bounded, on the north by recent r.) .H.
hang out the pictures of such customers revel in posession of a small flock of purchase of S. F. Gibbs from Jno.
carpenter was
unapproachable with
down. Tho French V. Bard, and Is about half a mile north is the machine that r
upside( One of the Odessa pigeons peasant was
THIS .
ordinary price $500; $800 1500; I3
any : $ celebrated place of Smith os. :
of the ,
dallies thinks that the photographers contented and industrious in those land in tho used in the Office
and of
finally) $2500: failed to budge him One of the finest bodies Y .

may be right In treating their delinquent days, but tho revolution camo and up- from his dogged confidence in tho extravagant county excellently adapted for the culture Court-room, and for reporting

adult customers In such set It all for under the revolutionaryleaders lemons, vegetables orpineapples.
a manner, value of his of oranges! CINCINNATIt: :II
The
prize.
will not stand on lectures and sermons.
but it dove-cotes not favored. This place
regards It as wrong to expose to wore Americans went away, but 'appeared books many davs. Speak quick. .

scorn the pictures of children orderedby In the Franco-Prussian war there latter to close the bargain for $6000 Wthpr Mir lot scnarate, $.7.:>0 per acre, or While its speed is greater than any Compartment and Pullman Palace

parents who would not pay their were scarcely any pigeons that could cash down. Tho his $,::5 for the whole tract. other known method, it is so simple Sleeping Cars through without change,'
carpenter got
direct connectionInCENTRALUNloNST
bills be used for communicating with tho No. 13. House and lot in Titunville, that any intelligent person can gain a making
money and he helped tho purchasers and Julia streets, ad.
unfortunate Parisians. Fifty-seven at comer of Palm speed of 100 or more words per min- LOUIS
Europe at present consumes fourteen get their "Melssonier" in a cab to ioinlnir residence of Wm. M. Brown ute in five six I ,
birds were taken out of Paris by balloon 08 test, and the or weeks, without the And the WEST, and with Through car
by
lot
their 75
hotel. He
Comprises
hundred million bushels of was too happy to keep a finished aid of an instructor. Circulars and lines for
nicely ,
and thoy carried Isss than of sty'e,
no housfl {< new
wheat. She raises but twelve hun tho story of his fine fortune to him- cost $1,300 to build. testimonials sent to all who mention
: from tho outside and good as new; CHICAGO"NORTnVES
1,250,000
dred million. The deficiency is .up- messages self, and so went to the director of Known as the Tluckabay residence. Bottom this paper. ,
world to th alleviation of the also with
plied by the United States, Canada ? great the lottery and told him all about It. price, $1,200.No. E. T. PIERCE through car DETROIT I I
,
FAYETTE lines for
of OHIO
besieged. Oue.of these birds escaped 14. House and lot, corner ,
Australia, and, in a minor from The next day the director met Charles north of and Points in Canada
way,
just
the crack shots of the German six Pine and DcSoto stree's Sole BUFFALO
Agent for
army U.
S.
and
Canada. .
Meissonler in the street and and the East
India.
It is a curious fact however, repeated the home of Goc rae W, Martin. Very
times and known.. the of
thinks was angel the The fell at but well built house Only one chancre of cars
the New York News, that our story. young man large Int; small,

wheat-growing area is no larger now the siege. once into a fever of annoyance, for only finished n few weeks ago. Cost and Meridian: NEW ORLEANS
throughout ,
To enable the birds to so $300. Plastered
greata over
than it was in 1880. Certain data that carry ho knew what a passion his father has fireplace and chimney; Price $100. THE TRAVELERS Jackson, Yickiburp, points in
number of
have message photography would into should ho learn of the fronting on AND TUB
been collected show that even in get No. 15. Hou e and lot TEXAS
was called in, and by using films It east of Jacksonville XV 33 ST.
this country our exporting will unintentional abuse of .the family Broad street in Titusville, just Florida.The .
power for bird to Knox. Fronts 50 Passengers via this line are afforded an
possible U.
was one carry the horns of W
be limited lu a few years and name. He caught the first cab, and lot ana
we may three or four hundred communications feet on' railroad. Two houses on the ; excellent view of Lookout Mountain
become with the aid of tho carpenter got the tenant at Historic
yet a purchaser in the other nroperly now rented to govl Travelers surrounding Scenery.
in Thus the Times corner Bay and Cedar
a single quill. was ,
wheat markets of the world. address of the Americans. Then ho *7 per month. Price, $275- great streets, Jacksonville, Fla. A new brick

the well-known English newspaper, drew $6000 from the bank and calledat bargain.No. hotel, nearest to all railroad stations and S. C. RAY, S. E. Pass. Agt., Atlanta -

The Boston Transcript admits William reduced to microscopic form and on their hotel He explained all, but 16. Fin block of hammock beautiful and steamboat landings. Especially adaptedto Qa.

its arrival!) the besieged city It was plnp just north nf town park; transient business. Elegantly fur- D. J. MULLANEY, Div. Pass. Agt,
_ Tell may be a myth, as the Swiss they were loth to believe. Eventual place for residence Size 2')0 bv 33(1fef't. ( nished .
scanned rooms, single or en suite. Tableas Chattanooga.D.
Government now maintains, but it enlarged and eagerly by anxious ly, however, he set them Ira such doubt Would make 14 good building good as the best. This hotel was built, O, EDWARDS, O. P.'& T. A.,

thinks it odd that the people of that re- crowds. as to the genuineness of their "3lehBonier" lot. More thin half of this hammock block U furnished and operated as a $3.00 a day CINCINNATI, O.
The lofts of France are splendid oak and magoolu house rates reduced
publio kOl1p military ; are now to $2.00 a
on putting up statues of that they parted with it for
Price $430.
birds diY, while the service is better than
scale ever.
now on a large aro
him. A fine one in bronze has very the Charles lots on- THE
been purchase price. Mela 3fo 17. Two rood building Breakfast from 0 to 9; lunch from 11 :86

offered to the city of Lausanne, by a selected from renowned strains and Bonier was long in mortal terror of r
Portuguese Jew noliving in Paris tests and experiments are made with the discovery of this incident by his joining property of O. E. 50 Dakin 105; excel.feet is the only hotel in Jacksonville serving NEW LEVER SAFETYThe
lent neighborhood. Size by
the trial of regular meals at these hours. AU
much others
care as a new
U. 0.lrls IfiU as gun
but the citizens father He told
j are uncertain only one person of it, Price, $125 each. Ire at least one hour later Use the
whether they ought to acceptIt or torpedo. Official returns give 250: ,* Francis Petit son of the_ Paris art No. 18. EJ of nw} ani lots t sal 2 of fr velen' omnibus, the tickets save 23

or not, as the would-be donor does 000 as the number of pigeons available dealer, and pledged him to secrecy. sec 17. t 81, s r 39 e, containing:: 144 tent each way.BURTON.
H. half mile of river front on
for the use of the French Government ere* s
not enjoy the highest reputation. The Petit kept the secret till the death of writ tide of river at head of Narrows, K. BARRS I
lu of war, The Germans have
city of Nancy, Franco, however, took case the father released him from his obligation. ju-t,below Barker's B'uff. Good fringe ,

without hesitation, last year his gift been taught a lesson' too, for after the .-[New York Sun. of hammock front. Part marsh: but |10 Proprietor.

of a stature of "Jonn of Aro." war their Government decided to not .. about 100 acres of good land in the tract. I

foster mid increase the Insuring Price $2,000.No. .
lofts. It
only *
A Uo;'. Strange Family. I 19. The north 43 acres of lot 1, -- --- t

Almost all tho wrecks of vessels complete arrangements for The whim of Fannie, a pet dog and of the ne J of nw J of sec 5, t 97. r

that go ashore or burn up or sink in every military establishment and di- which males\;; its homo In :Mr. James u.Glellu' 37 e. Price. $20 per acre. This land la An Exhumed Bible.A i i

collisions the trlct, but Inducements were offered to two miles of Eau Gallie, just north of ..
along Atlantic seaboardare Nevada Uiiildinjr, Is attracting! Jlone
bought by one man. lie has mas. private individual throughout the considerable attention from the tenants quarter' : of II mile north of Goshen post. der the head of Su-anna Randall, who PERFECTION of SIMPLICITY

tered the secret of disposing of all country to rear and train the birds in Jiiit now. A short wliile ago a litter of Ben.( High bluff front deep wafer died moved la, J8JJ the( ,Eastern has been town dug up authorities and ,0., ECONOMY of POWER. .

the part. of such vessel to tho best order that a reserve force should be her puppies was taken from her. She i lose to shore. Land in same at vicinity$75 granting a license. It wa nut beriouxly is-o CII t I H_ NU Gx.tn 's-
sold the
ass within per
put year
advantage to hluuulf. lie has store ready in an emergency. mourned her loss, and after many days icre, decayed. The family record in it M.Ublished STROKE only two sets

houses at various points for tho keep The UuwUii, who will not Injure a disappeared remaining missing until I f,I l I, No. 20. Lot 4 of sec Si, t 37, r 41 e. the the right of I ewic Randall to of Revolving Cearlns.
Ing of tackle of excellent laud Qmrr property of Isaac Phillips, who died Best Hill ClimbIng and a!) around
and tools and baa made pigeon because religious sentiment Friday U twhen she was found In the j T7 acre; pineapple : in Ib34, letting a large fortune, most of
river adjo Safoty mad
n- ;
mite trout St. Lucie ,
-r on
himself as foruilJjblo. as a modern connected with the Holy Ghost hav basement with a fine collection of kit "jnlant-tion of Stewart & Out tn''. which i* still on delimit in the JIuuhtt-

tract. He cannot sell as readily u he ing been made inanlfo lu the form tens, which she had picked up somewhere rhe bet of land for stle en St. Lucie no tan immediate Bank::Sew Voik city. Phillip has e-i-A :.A:;:JiQv::

buys, Lowever. Ho mutt wait until of this bird, were quick to put them. aud had. adopted In the stead of Ever mt reasonable figure. other reUtuei family now lay, claim and Randall to hu i and --

tome ono wants just the curious things selves on au equiliiy: with their German front Tvrm on any of the above half cash; arty in the Manhattan Bank and rop- H. B. SMITH MACHINE Co.
_ i the puppies eo ruthlessly torn :h.taare, in one, two or three years, at iI i bt.
h. happen to have and neighbors Aid oven went far Stephen*, Ala. The latter
very often annglue so hoof protecting care.-[Cincinnati Com*, I I legal interckt Correspond with ui I IIloB8nni& held property is SMITH VILLE,
by whose
a
man title
Uloq or a pair upon of anchors his hands.or a set o fataet .u to oar to train other bird to Inter menial. S GBAB&X litumlle, Fla. Imperfect it it said.- {Boston to Transcript it U very. N. J.








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WIDEWORLD. ALLIANCE this season ,
TALKS. a .p.clalt
surf plan world without\ end ,If"thirdparty tatS are maktng ,., r

Dun & Co'S Report for the Past is to be established In the smith, itwill we call our PARAGON HARNESS. ,

be bccnuM of the domineering end 1 Made of the FINEST STOCK and the very .
GENERAL TELEGRAPHIC NEWS d<<
AND Week. OF THE ORDER FROM .
unreasonable action of the politicians of '. J"
BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harn
CABLE CULLINGS Business failures occurring throughout ALL SECTIONS. Our party. The alliance is for its principles ',
the country during the last 1, seven days, and will favor any man who is withit cannot be bought for lees than $23. / # c,

as reported to R. O. Dun & Co.'s mercantile and oppose any i>no who i U against it. at retail.! But wo are willing 9' c0 ?, ;

Of Brief Items of Interest From agency, number for the United Items of Interest to Alliance- Conirr
Various Sources. States, 203; Canada, 811{ total, 234, men Everywhere. followed Colonel Polk, and dpol-red that SELL ONE SET ONLY 17 $ (,0 A ." 1#'6e'- Ifo'
against 254 last week. North Carolina and Georgia alliancemen. 'w'3
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-- to one person aa a
Signs of improvement in business grow are fighting under the same banner. / t *
One million dollars in ample for i j ', ',..V'+yo
gold coin was more frequent and distinct, though there ASSISTANCE SOT REFUSED. .*. vt ,
ordered Monday for shipment to Europe. is nothing like a radical We the National '17 < / ,"\ '. "' \ &
clip
change as yet following from the ,TREY WILL BTtOC. S t 6.50. '
Total gold coin shipped to Europe, The hesitation which has prevailed dur Eoonomitt Tho politicians of both There was published In tho Topeka 'Y'4 < <' \ .

Saturday, was $3,225,000; total for week, ing the year gives way but slowly to increased old parties appear to be greatly surprisedand (Kan) Capital recently what purported( ,, :> .d Oot. .:.. ":.\ ."" ...-. :..'p's (

$5,850,000. confluence; more slowly because grieved that the Alliance through to be a dispatch from Concordla stating ,r o,\ ,, $lt :
Present! of a few failures in woolen at Philadelphia its and sub-Alliances does not
papers /
Cnrnot haasigncd the Franco. that the resolution had been ;# ; t.<" .""c < .
Brazilian convention protecting the literary and in leather and shoes in the eat condemn by editorials and resolutions adopted by following the Cloud: County Alliances /' t>",' ..".."<" ".. <"4< .. .<" 1\1 r"ic"....".,". ... .....6d"

and artistic works of the two coun Yet the soundness of the commercial the action of the recent Cincinnati con "Whereas, The south was not represented ... b ., \<:: : :Vr :: .,

tries mentioned. nation is generally recognized, and the ference. Such action on the part of the In tho Inte Cincinnati convention, and ";' "* .,p"t 'Y..: O to '

situation which remains is rightly attri Alliance would be a serious reflection wherease third will ,,'f!: $ : / .
Dispatches of that believe the patty : 4 Od"
rains have prevailed Saturday throughout say southern heavy buted mainly to, uncertaintiea regarding upon the good sense and judgment of its disrupt tho Itepublican party to the benefit .:'" ".....',,) .."-.. tP....... .." ...v> .1-6 I
.
Wales, causing disastrous floods and se- the the financial demand for situation gold there.from Europe While and vention members.and Tills decided conference met in defend con of the Democratic party, therefore be it '/ .. 4'; .?::,,;, ,"'>;:'tF ':-. 'tt- ,, ;
to
gold accept, resolved third '<
"rioui That we abandon the
damage to
property; continues to leave England for Russia, and propaganda the demands of the Alli ti affiliations."
Tho'polieo of Paris tenrchcd the officesof ,the banking institutions of party return to our past ,
of western Europe ance. Nothing but a complete want D. W. Cloud

the Panama Coal rompany Saturday, are well supplied, and in this country sensH would prompt the Alliance in repelling County Alllnncc Coffey! ,, president denies! the of story the in tho THIS IS ONE OF THE 40 8TYLEC WHICH WE MAKE,
and seized .
all documents in any way re the treasuiy disbursements have been or refusing the assistance offered by D
following vigorous lan/uago: "Let mo
lating to the company's affairs. enormous. I this conference.. In fact, the Alliance this and cU
say resolution is cutirely false,
Mark W. Harrington, editor of The REPORS YOKE E fCbDAAon o. I would rejoice exceedingly: if the two old that we have had no meeting since April ., -,
American Journal and The of I parties would as honestly and earnestly -. ) f
Mtteorological professor point danger is still an exceedingly 18th, and at that meeting! elected lion. t)1
tit Aun Arbor, Mich., has been strained condition of credits I adopt the same course. It is through S. C. heeler and W. Q SaVcry delegates .u 2 ,. ,
appointed chief of the weather bureau. abroad on account of past disastrous this willingness to accept in good faith, Cincinnati Oa
to at the
The United States treasurer, ou Monday speculations, and reports are, on the I.I. aid and assistance from any source in the convention represent, which duty they performed a "' Ax
net balance whole, moro encouraging than a week great work of reform in which it is engaged r' k X
in
reported n the treasury nobly. Our !people are ,,'olllllcMCII with J t
of $4.500,439 in execs of fractional ago. Southern reports are less encour that the Alliance proven beyond a the action of the convention, and will no .

silver Coin and of deposits in nitioual a !ng. At Memphis there is no appreciable doubt its non-pnrtisanisra. It mutters doubt rally its action at our next meet :
banks. improvement, and trade is decidedly tint to the Alliance through what methods "
or by what channels! the reforms it ing. .
at New Orleans
quiet ,
The widow of the late: premier of slackening en .., -
at Savannah I' demands may come to the people, its < 'tIC ,
though the is ./.11.1\
prospect per \
Canada President The
S r John JlucJonnl i has been Po'k's p" Progressire
,
111
its
: and purposes will bo served, and triumphswill "
br'ght last I
steady, exceeding year'sat
raised to the acknowledgement Farmer, of lUleigh, is outspoken regaidini -
pc rags, as an be BODV. '
Jacksonville. Speculative markets 'I complete when these reforms are No.. 1O5 STAR GEAR SPINDLE -
o( her llUsbnn and dis- ; tho attitude of the Alliance towards "
long ; :
have inaugurated and happier conditions come KATl'HAU woo fl.MHU OR fAINTED. "
declined
in almost direction. I I /
tingu shed service. but without panic or excitement.every to a distressed and disheartened people." tho People's party. It says: "The Built on Honor. Entirely different from Choap" WoatOrtiWork. .
Whut will the Alllnnco do with
A. Washington dispatch snys: Comp- I''I question, Llvo Dealers wanted. Territory given. :
troller of the THE IRON MARKET The d1hnee the now party is en the lips of tens of
.
Currency Lacy says that the Oregcn (Pcndleton) says I tj -" II -- -
Florence National bunk will bo placid in In iron manufacture improvement is 1 j: "The great reform movement hue had thousands of anxious people to-day. LARRAEEE t

charge of a receiver ns soon ns a proper still seen, with a better demand for plates I for one of its aims tho annihilation of Well, it ought/ not to tAke much wisdom KINCMAN,.. STURTEVANT &
.
election can bo made. and bar iron and a very active demandfor sectionalism and sectional It to answer that question. Tho new poly .-- -
structural mills prejudice. has adopted tern Alliance .demands into ) CARRIAGE AKD SLEIGH BUILDERS {C--
Tha warehouse of the Rockford Chair being generally well has almost accomplished this object, and ... ... _
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its Docs -
empl yed. At New York there is platform. any ono suppose
and Furniture some now for tho first time in a third of a
Company, at Hoc'-ford N. Y.
will SEND FOR -tJIJLCATALQCttES.' : DINCHAMTON,
pressure to sell pig iron, not of the moat that intelligent Allinnccmcn vote !
Ill., was totally destroyed by fire Sunday century this is a united country in fact as
favored brands but good foundry is stiff. against a party that adopts tho-o demand _._._
morning. The loss will reach 75000. well as in name. People from the different ---- -- .- V ,
i' Three firemen The first Greek child to be baptized in sections are wanting to exchange an'lln I favor of a party that not only fare t
were severely injured. Savannah was treated to that honor re ideas to alopt. but resists those demands Tho
and views and come together in WE ARE IN THE LEAD
News was received at Muscatine Is. Alliance have
cently. The priest was brought from one great fraternal unity for the western states already gone
Sunday, announcing the death of Alexander San Francisco for the pres. Into the new party. Will not tho necessity '
especially I VEHICLES. "
SPRING
purpose ervation of liberty and bcneficsnt pub. FOR FINE QUALITY AND STYLE OF ,
"
Clark, of that city, American minister and the total cost was nearly $1,000. lie institutions. Applications and requests for AI lance unity force tho other Alliance I '

to Liberia. lIe died at Morovia the : are being'received and are on file states to go into the new party THE MOST FOR THE MONEY IS OUR MOTTO. .: ,
June 8. Clark also We to the
plbcrUn capital, was a see no way prevent '
in the national president's office from
BURIED TREASURE I ,
colored man, 65 years of cgc. I western northern States:! ; for southern new party ,from sweeping tho country BEST ONE OF
Rev William M. Ogden rector of the except tho simple one of cheerfully conceding I
and
speakers to be sent among them,
Church of the Holy Cross at Warrens- Of Great Value Unearthed in ; from the south for speakers from among lo the"people every one of their MATERIAL OUR CATA '

; N. Y.. fell dead in the pulpit an Alabama County.A their northern and western brethren. just demands. _

while preaching Sunday morning. lie dispatch of Friday from Floreuce, Cordial hand shakes and glorious welcomes AND LOOUESWORKMAN __

was fifty-five years of age and had been Ala., says: A story of a buried treasure are awaiting the men who will Tho Atlanta Conititiition truthfully FULLY IL: __
-
pastor of the church twenty years. bus been brought to light in Colbert .. soon be going from one section to another says! "Money-making labor is a rare

,The seventy-first regiment, armory at county which is rather unusual from the to verily the unity of the people, thing these days. For years past most SHIP LU8TRATE8WIN '
of has been in tho interest
fact that the has been< New York, was completely gutted by money which, it was declared by the ,
fire early Saturday morning The esti and the heirs are now trying to recoverit. should prevail this broad land; and of the banking and bondbolJlng classes.Tba S. OUR LINE. ',

mated loss is $100,000. Members of the Jam s Johnson, living ten mild I this great uniting of the people is being money kings have beets favored and I

regiment had 300 uniforms and their south ol F,orence, died. in 1853, leaving viewed with frothing rage by those partisans the masses have been driven to I ho wall. SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS RECEIVE BEST ATTENTION. :j .

arms in the armory, all of which were no will. Ilis estate was administered ou and sectionalists who have spent a The contraction of the currency in twen

lost. by Dick Johnson, his brother, who recently quarter of a century in trying to promote ty-five years has caused our business fail- A SAMPLE JOB WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR

found among some musty papers a hatred between the sections of what urea to amount to the enormous! sum of$4,000,000,000.'r'hepeopleareop
Asbury Park, N. J., National bank WORK 18 THE WORK TO BUY.
baa been closed bv order of the comptroller diagram of the premises on which his should be, can bo and must bo the greatest reseed
of the The bank made bad brother lived, with a memorandum tellingof country on tho planet. by a national bunking system, wutch: is a

loans and currency.did an unprofitable business. buried money at a point induoted. V moneyed monopoly for iho benefit of the BRIDGEWATER CARRIAGE CO.e.O.A.NOxE" .

Johnson dug for the' money, as.isttd by a TUB,FIGHT IN TEXAS. privileged clusuei."
Depositors will be paid in full. Stockholders : 'P A..
Cheathum failed discover
will dol. man named but to A Fort Worth states tint tho r'p
receive 75 cents the
on it. Several days ago the I.-arch sub-treasury is now dispatch the bone of contention At the Ocala meeting last year the'UlrlIIo _--__ __ -- --,--- -_ -. -- I '
lar.The WaS resumed, when it was di- covered council adopted a strong memorial
alliance of
old ferry rolling mill at Washington among tho men Texas,
hud been and schemes. This
that some one digging opposing lottery
Del., was destroyed by fire Sunday from a fresh boll it was abox and discussion incident this question is : memorial has been presented in congress .

evening and some adjoining propertywas > had been removed. footprints l leadto rife among alliance men throughout the and printed in Tho Record, but received .11 .. JtI'
state. Ihe Texas Alliance
; was organized
damaged. The loss h estimated at
Chcatbam's hous, who, on being only paitsin notice. News reaches the
in 1875 but did much until it
never was
$500,000, about half covered by insur ,
.questioned, denied any knowledge of it. Reform Press Bureau from an official
ance. The mills were running night and Johnson is positive Cheatham hns foundthe practically reorganized at Dallas in February source in Louisiana, however, that the ,

day, and the fire will throw about.three and has coaimenccd legal 1890. Since that time its growth Alliance has taken the fight against "
money proceedings up : "WANT A 'AGON ?
has been phenomenal, and last aunt- I ,
hundred out of year
men employment.
to recover it. Tbo amount of the lottery scheme, and that it ia deter
A from Rutland Vt. the is not known but I bered 150,000 members. The alliance, .. mined the evil. Tho I'
: to
dispatch says treasure hsuppo-cd more than any other factor, secured the stamp out fight We rove wagons, buggies, surreys. High mae as fight .
The ladies of the Christina church olBrushton tit bo vcr Inre.DISASTROUS. I is on in earnest. +
i election of Governor llogif last year. strong, durable, stylish, u beautifully finished u modernized
N. Y., gave their first ice -- --- ----" .
When the state alliance convention last manufacture an produce. Built on honor by of life \
men
cream sociable! of the season on Saturday OVERFLOW.The Grand View (Tex.) Stnt'uul says ,
night last. Forty-three people who ate year failed to endorse the sub-treaiurj There is one thing in the Farmers' raE experience. Honesty Is our policy) prompt shipment our

ice cream were poisoned. The pastor of Missouri Out of its Banks plan get, in its some promoters good diplomatic at once proceededto work, and J Alliance movement that has been lost I specialty. We want to know you. Write us. Costs you f

the church and two ladies have died, and and Changing its Course. have since been thoroughly circulating sight of by the outside people; and that JtVnothing.. May lead to business by and by. Send for our I

all the others are in a critical condition. Dispatches of. Mond iy any that the the sub-treasury idea among the alliance U this: While tho Alliance has been catalogue. It Is free to every reader of this raper. Bmghamton ..

A dispatch of _Wednesday." from SanFrancisco Missouri ricer has! cut through Dooipbau men of the state. Its advocates are intensely endeavoring to brinng about a change for Wagon Co., Binghamton n. y
!salt water flab nave tho better in the financial of a
says: : in earnest and its :! system our a
pOInt, a lew miles north of Atchison opponen's are
been found in the newly formed lake la I tun., and converted several Missouri likewise hard at work. Governor Ilogp government, they have never for a minute "BUILT FOR BUSINESS." rl ,

tbe Colorado desert, which has flooded farmllinto a vast fslatrd. The newly opposes tho sub-treasury scheme, and lost sight of their duty as citizens, ai

the salt works at Salton, and from this is found channel is getting wider that wing of the alliance is, as a matterof neighbors and aa Christians to their
drawn the conclusion that the water every "
hour and it is feared that the entire current course, displeased with his admloUtrv country
comes from the ocean, and not from the ton! and has evinced deternml- .*. *
will change in less thin forty-eight already a !
overflow of the Colorado river. IOUM. This will leave a lake eight miles nation to bring about a change in the office The Allianca is making a grand sweep V : I

Rumors of strikes and lockouts are I in length in tbe old bed ThIS rivtr has next year. The anti sub-treasury alliancemen in Texas Since February 1, 140, new :

current in regard to Lorillard's big tobacco i been rising rapidly for twenty-four hour have called a convention at Fprt sub-Alliances have been: organized. Six

factory Jersey City.'N. J. Mon: tad an overflow is looked for in the bottom Worth on July 10th and will attempt some hundred and five Alliances have been V

day the firm laid that the factory wouldbe land effected by the cut. plan to counteract the. influence of the renewed and rechartered and four new

closed for one week for the purpose of Another dispatch) from Kansas 'City lub-trea.urllecturera. counties have been added to the list since JOB PRINTING

taking account of stock. The emplojees, snys: The Missouri river at tnia p'ointls .*. April. Every olllcer in every departmentand ,

however, say that the shut down is the at a dangerously high stage. The wafer The" Farmtri .AJ ,,(oQ(, (Charlestown\ the official organ are in' thorough accord -
:result of the recent strike but this is denied aDd harmony, and ev. one ia doing 7I.
it the highest it has bun since the great W. V.) says: "The Alliance Is k most remarkable r1
by the firm.. flood of 1881.: Much damago has biers organization. Notwithstanding everything possible: to make the Texas

The Chilian legation at Washington receiyed done. Monday evening the water registered the magnitude of its interests, tbo rapid. Alliance- the grandest. one in the Union.

a cablegram Sunday,, which statse three feet o'b ,.high-water mark itj .of eta growth Hw extent of tits influence .I. '. ..Vtcrr +, ] r
that Chief of Chiliad twenty-three feet above the' standardlowwater I The next meeting of tbe supreme coun. t
insurgents ex- or : I and the multitude pC Its,leader, --01"-
of Chilian llontt mllrk.IMMIGRATION. \ cil of the National Farmers Alllunca and
captain navy, George \ there is an absolute absence Qfheart-
has notified the American admiral at Industrial Union will bo heM either in !
I I burnings, jealousies petty rltalry\ ,orenvious : '
the state of Indiana Illinois The
Iqique that the crews of American vessels FIGURES.A I II{ b.ckerings. There 4eml'to be or : .
I an selection of the is in the hands of R ,
,
not to on shore aa, they place *r
,
ought go I entire absence of the desire 'on the ift I
would run the risk of beiug assaulted by Special Report. Being' Prepared I of the many able men within iti rank p la be national executive committee: with d'
the provision that it bu held in of
one .
the revolutionary mobs.
at Washington.A concert resort machinations
plans to
any or any .
thee tates. Mr. A Wnrdall of the .
-.
Secretary Rusk, on Wednesday, made special report on immigration into whereby any particular, ODe may committee, U now on a visit to both to .
the following appointments in the weath. the United States by tbe bureauof constitute himself a bell sheep. Too
prepared arrange for the meeting, which will be ?
er bureau service: Cleveland AbU-, reappointed statistics of the treasury department, much cannot be Said in commendation' of held'oa the third Tuesday in November EVERY DESCRIPTION

professor of meteorology; II. 11 soon to be published. No official record this condition. 'We are fighting! in ;:''lrcu'liurtau. ,

'A. linen, of Connecticut; Thomas Russell was made of the influx of foreign a common cause and battling v ,. ,,.... "

of Michigan, and C. F. Jlarivcn, of population to this country before 1820, agalont common enemiesand. ft The Alliance platform adopted several ."p., '

Ohio, meteorologists; E. L. Bugbee, superintendent but immigration from the close of the is with a great deal of pleasure that we days ago at Grand Fork N. D,, make. ', ", .

of telegraph lines, and J. J. revolutionary war to that time la estimated cote this condition. A. an organization no. mention of the CiDdunatl platform.It : ,J! .
Robinson chief at Arrival. of immigrants we believe in the office the ', < '. ; ,
telegraph operator. 225,000. reeking mIlD, .- a 100 cent silver dollar, and
The four-story coffee mill of E. Lever. from 1831 to 1890 have reached and there ia scarcely a single instanceIn the taxation of mortgages'; and favors aa ,

ing & Co., at Baltimore, Md., was totally 15,641,088.! Arrivals from 1871 to 1800) the history of the Order when an individual !. Income tax, prohibition and woman suf NEATLY EXEOUTED AT THIS OFFICE. V '. V i
destroyed by fire Sunday evening, involving were 8,120,907, or 01.93 per cent of the baa sought to become a leader in frage. The Alliance also Indorses the

a loss from $100,000 to $110,000.The total arrivals from 1821 to 1890. The our ranks but who has been sat down Ocala platform. I IN
of arrivals from Europe has sf> bard that he will not bU
mill wu used to rout coffee, seven proportion ,i upon recover V
large roasters being located on the fourth increased from 68.89 pr cent of the wind in a lifetime. By this system we The Alliance in Oregon ia going to the '

floor. It contained about $50.000 worthof whole immigration in the decade from have secured: the services of the very front. There are 129 sub-Alriances and .
coffee worth of machinery 1821 to 1830 to 91.67 percent lathe laii best, most Intelligent and most conservative :
$40.000 eight organized conUea '
;:;; s
and equipments, and the building itself decade from 1881 to 1890. honest and patriotic men In oui t
ranks, and demonstrated our ability to I Order Will Receive Attention
valued at 20000. Prompt j x. > "
A SUMMER VACATION rule govern and control a nation by Lav A DESPERADO CAPTURED. \lills
of Wednesday .
A New York dispatch log fir.t learned and published our ability Hi,PM ST* :...+,' .* : i
aays; George Barnard, sitting in the supreme -*
to ourselves. } 11
Given to Over Two Thousand govern ? "
ininnctionrestraining The Harder of Six Persons
court, his granted an '
the- payment of the dividend Glass Workers.All Charged to his Account. 'V a:
President L. L. Polk in .. '
on the stock of the sugar refineries com but one cf the fourteen flint and a speech to a The noted the
crowd of alliancemen at Berry Turner one of
great Goldsboro.

made in When Wall this street announcement it created quite was a window have put glass out fires factories and shut in down Find lay for, O.theummir N.the C.troubles, a few days that the ago farmers, Bald have One of Tamer was arrented gang near of Bell Pinevill county Saturday, Kentucky and GIVE US A TRIAL W '

The vacation which will last until not
market.
little furor in the sugar attended to their business landed 'n jail at Knoxville, Tenn, Tues
atock which had sod! as high as 83 drop September lit, aDd probably longer. Aa aa voUrs. You day. T tier baa killed six la t
are working today for persons
ped down to 81 and then sold up again the wage schedule baa not yet been simply an exist his :life bit '
ence. Is th<* aa God Intended itt The >1.10 bring a w<-min whom be Orders for Fancy ana Plain
of the fackdaKivcs
the closing
to 821. a reed upon mo/ementof tile alliance will on the bead with bottle. The I last man ,
___ go on, DO I.
thousand .
over to employea two F"- "
Turner killed was his cooitn l n* and
matter what becomes of the leaden." .,. L
Georgia's New Bishop.. nonths vacation.: II. denied being an aspirant for the his father and brothers have a record of ".


The diocesan! convention-the met of electinga in Ma- The Same Old Story. greatest prtsldtncy office, and declared ia tU he United now held Btstes.the Is having only thirty killed-eight ninety-six years person old and Turner a floe Job Printing: reoaive promptart:

eon Wednesday for purpose Much
ph"lieal.p.cim"o. difficulty wasexperienced
lie stood ,
of
one the >
upon every Oe
< ,
bishop for ucorgi!* to succeed tbe late At Coalburr, Ala., Baad v, Mrs. Sarah demands. "Tbo who wish to at P1n.vlU! at the tl1I1e of : '_ V J.t!
B hop accb lib. Rev. E. O. Talbott. the fire in oppoapaliI his am-at to b from .
of Goodman undertook to light principle of the all,ano-," be said, keep a m lynching
of Idaho, received the unanimous vote with kerosene. 8L1 ''.ill have him A reward of f 700 will lie paid
atove to out
the kitchen gt an-J j 4. the ea this
tile my at
convention and was thoaen that be for will leaves four children and a husband to U- I If you wish to get the -treasury b II ah bishopric It U bought of Turner.
mist her death. out of polities get aooM'hLi' ; die that or nr
lecel>C- will give rtlief. TJatil something better a, -




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.l. .. THE' EAST COAST: ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1801..
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1
JAMES FBITCHABD, President; W. B. BABHETT, VicePresident'W.
-* HB EAST COAST ADYOCATE *.. wreck, M a rtiult of baring become and may hold and.depose of property Pursuing one's usual avocations M. BROWN, Cashier. '
a slave to the wine cup. We etc. TThejpowers r on Sunday,'or employing one's servants -

f" *" -J'I.1'O'nD'O TH* DEVU- have known a prosperous young : of toneorporatons on that day, except In works INDIAN RIVER STATE BAH
%?' A WBtttT orL'TorTaanMIARRIVZRARD JWKIAt farmer to see the home of his father are enlarged, so that towns, ae well of necessity Is punishable with $10

; LIEIWOShe Bold from under him, at a result as cities, may issue bonds to raise j
of.a few years of dissipation.At money for public improvements.The fine.Altogether, the changes made by (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

Avenue, Titusville, the same time we have known a amount to be raised, however, the revisers are good, but there are Authorized capital, IOOooo
Office: Washington Florida. farmer who lived on the adjoining is limited to five per cent. of the some few which we are inclined to Paid
River capital
up
Indian ,
place, who had been a total abstainer assessed valuation, of the place, think could have hardly become ,. r I $25,0oo

the sixty odd years of his which would be.'about $6,000 in the laws, except by smuggling them :,; Average deposits, $140,000.

rVBURHKD EVERY FMDAT.roxtnfflce weary life, lose his home, under case of Titusville. A property through, among a mass of matter,

foreclosure of mortgage, notwithstanding qualification Is established for voters such as the revised statutes. Transacts a General Banting

his industrious habits, at elections to determine whether i

JIDtered a' t! "tUATnie as Second- and abstinence from liquor. Alcohol bonds shall be issued, the approval N otfce.All : Business

ClaM Mall )lMter. Is not responsible for all the ills of two-thirds of the registered I contributors to the 4th of July :

of life, and in the two particular : voters owning real estate In i celebration fund are requested to meetat Largest and Oldest Bank on the River!

TERMS Invariably In Advance, cases we have in mind, the slave to the town, and actually voting be. Jones & Atkinson's office, Saturday,
the fortunate of July llth, for the purpose of receiving
liquor was more. ing required. DIRECTORS
and Two Cent
ro.tal Order, Dr One final of the various committees
JIJ Check the for it is better dead report JAil,PRITCHA,W.B.
roetAil 8t.am1" two, to be The County Boards of Healthare and attend to such other business as may of the National Hank of RARCEh(1'reIIIdn Jscknonvlllirj lit

Year .......................... .."...$1A10 broke at twenty-five, when the also created bodies ,corporate, be necessary. DURKEK (Vlce-l'roaldent National, Bonk') ;
ODe
llontlta ........................... heart is still and the muscles with S. H. RAT, JackKonvlile), W. 8. GRAHAM and W
(MX' Monthe.u........................ .IO young a corporate seal, and the power : Uuowx. JI.CORREIlPONDJtNTfI. .
'J'1Iree CoP,................................... IkI elastic, than to find ourself ruinedat to sue and be sued. They may pro- Gen. Man. of 4th of July cet bratlon. .
aenl.to any Address In U. 8.or Canada, Prep.ld.utor. when life is burden Seaboard National, Bank of New York
sixty-five, a cure injunctions from the courts to Fort Pierce. National Bank of Jacksonville. red
and our best efforts are so handicapped restrain violations ,of their rules. 20TI".rUSVILL

-. ............._.o? WALTER B. oRAnAx.awoclate : with age that failure is Inevitable On their request, the County Com '- 1 FLA.

mill for their on Saturday,' they are gradually
tax, use for 'sanitary ,
growing in strength; people. are joining
'
We do sot hold oa Ira. Tee feApoJIAlble fDr the THE REVISED STATUTES purposes. This would amount to every Saturday. T. MURPHY
ondenubnt we claim I about $1,125 in Brevard
..lalnol of onr e rreij> county.
to reject any eommnnlcaUoo.cmnoleadmtlfDrpubllcation There was a dance given by Mr. Frank ,
tile rich
The
County Commissioners are Bell at his residence on Five Mile Creek.A .
ne side of the paper must only be,written and- Submitted to the last legislatureby to furnish the County;Judge,.with few people went from here, and from
plalnl on., aae be accompanied) the5riS'SaSe the commission' appointed by standards of weights and measures. all accounts I heard a very pleasanttime Jacksonville Machine
e4 *ld""' not ") for was spent. Dancing was kept up
publication,bat as a guarantee of good alto. the Governor, to compile the stat All merchant are to bring 'their till .
ute law of the State, were adopted weights and measures to the County morning.The

during the last days of the session, Judge, and, have them comparedwith Fourth passed off very quietly.A .
very nice dinner was given at the new And Iron forte
BATES and after certain clerical
ADVERTISING the standard
errors every two years. store belonging to the Canning Co. We
tea TIAL have been corrected, and the latest Merchants failing to comply with were really indebted to the married people

One inch,.. .. .... .. .....10.00 acts incorporated into it, the work this are subject to a fine 'of $100, as they cooked everything and gave us a
Two Inch. ......................'Sim will' be given to the printer. It or imprisonment for 60 daysa free invitation. In the evening a dance
Three inch,...................... was started but the mosquitoes wantedto PUMPS ENGINES AND MACHINERY OF ALL. KINDS .
.. / will into effect after The markets
'IDeIa,... :.::.. 2/1,00 go sixty days meat are to keepon dance too, so It broke up pretty early. ,
ff narteVcoi.; :3Oeo
Inch,lII'.. ................ WWkoleOatamn its publication, and will supercedeall exhibition the hides and ears
nalfColmnn :::................I0000rorSU previous compilations.An of all beeves they offer for sale. urday Miss, Alice from Bell Malabar returned, where home,she on Sat has Made and Repaired.

Months,divide the yearly rate by two examination of the work shows The penalty for noncomplianceis been teaching school. We are proud

....add U per cent.. that the revisers have accomplished two years in State's prison, or she has won such golden opinions for CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS PIPING & 'SUGTIONJ'For ;

For time Month, divide the yearly rate toy a difficult and laborious task, in a $200 fine.Jurors. her teaching. She has proved herself all a ,
most efficient teacher here. We were
JIiIu'. clI44 20 per cent. very creditable manner. The arrangement and witnesses are to get very pleased to see her and hope she will Phospha'te Dred.gl.ng.:

Local AdrerttaemenU, Ten Cents rer line of the revision is logical, $1.25 per, day, and 10,cents mileage, stay some time with us.

iamb x-rtOD. all the enactments relating to any each way. This is a reduction of A very pleasant sail was made up to OFFICE & WORKS:

....Beading Matter, not In "local Newi" subject being collected, under an 75 cents per day, vin. the' case of St. LucIe on Sunday, on a visit to Mrs.
.ofanuu,Fire Cents Tor tine Each tu ertlon. appropriate heading. There are jurors. Paine; a short time was spent at their 134 &: 136 East Bay Street Jacksonville Fla,
beautiful and then sailed home ,
The Clerk of Court required place
divisions
.&dvertleementeatLegal Bates.AQ five grand which are subdivided
lap again. We are glad to see Mrs. Paine 5Jun-6mo
into titles articles to keep, besides the present deed
I chapters,
tk*above r.ta.are for one. edition .per looking so much better again. Our ge-
I and eetions, but the sections are mortgage and mechanic's liens nial friend, Capt. Harry Harvey, was in
week E. O. BLAIR., D. B. THRASHER.
numbered consecutively, from beginning books, separate books in which to command.Mr. .
collected monthly, If not otherwise
Will
p" to the end of the volume, record assignments mortgages, Frank Everett returned from his
ecreect-pou. Blair & Thrasher
making about 3,500 sections, as the another book for satisfaction of trip north last Thursday, be reports hav-
Check,ftc.,may be made payable to "Graham book will finally The ar mortgages, and a book for recording ing had a very good time. lie brought ,
a Walton." appear. back with him his friend Mr. A. E.
rangement is a great Improvementon articles of incorporation. Sloat, of New Haven, Conn. Frank ex-
gr Merchant and all other to whom their we bills are that of McClellan's Digest, and Indexes are to be kept for all the pects to have his pineapples set out in a PRODUCE: :BR01tEItSCommission :

Indebted will oblige month ni for by presenting settlement. in their analysis of the general books, and the records are to be few days. He is back in his usual place,
the lit of every prompt the classification for public inspection. The hard at work In the store.
subject, adoptedby open & Merchants
-
Distributing
the ablest law writers bas been clerk, however, is not required to ,
Address communications to pursued by the revisors. assist persons inspecting the books, Cholera infantum has lost Its terrors
since the introduction of Chamberlain'sColic 153 f WEST BAY STREET
FLA.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE Besides furnishing us with .a without the payment of his regularfees Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy JACKSONVILLE,

TrnwviLU FLORIDA. more scientific arrangement of the for making searches. When that remedy is used, and the treatment P. O. Box, 761.
..0.Box,44.Farmer's lawn, it has been the aim of the Two radical changes in the attachment as directed with each bottle is
laws are made. In cases followed, a cure Is certain. Mr. A. W.
work to omit all obsolete statutes, Walter a prominent merchant at Wal- ORANGES
Alliance. where attachments are levied to secure AND ,PINEAPPLESA
which cumbered the former Digest, tersburg;, 111., says "It cured my baby
TitnsviDe Lodge of the Farmers al- and to condense such statutes as debts not due, but to become boy of cholera Infantum, after several SPECIALTY.
llama meet. regularly on the first and due IAllde'of nine months, the effect other remedies had failed. Th child
with 'useless
were expressed
third Saturdays of each month at the clear verbiage of levying the "attachment is.. was so low that he seemed almost beyondthe Consignments'of'all kinds of Fruits; Vegetables; and Produce'Solclted.LIDERAL .
giving us statementof
Court House. Visiting members of the a -due and aid of human hands or reach of any
to make the debts payableat
,
order are Invited to attend. the statute law in the most succinct \ I medicine." 25 and 60 cent bottles for ADVANCES MADE. PROMPT RETURNS.
form. In this, He revisers once' and the' creditor proceeds sale by Dixon & Gray 215 References: National Bank of the State of Florida; W. II. Sharpe, Sharpes; T. T.

A. Y. have been generally successful.We with his suit as in cases' when' the Moore, Eden; Wells & Sons, Plant City, etc. 12jun
F are somewhat .surprised, how debts were due before the attachment Market Review.
issued. the time
Indian River Lodge No. 00, Free and ever, to find In the revision, the For first NEW YORK, July 6, 1891.
Accepted Masons, hold their meetings chapter on the Spanish Archives, provision is made'for substituted Receipts of watermelons very heavy, EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.Schedule .

on the FniDAT or before Full Moon, which night have been omitted, as personal service, without the State, and prices have declined, owing to the
at 730 p. m.. In Masonic Ball, In the Indian in cases of attachment.. fact of an accumulation of receipts on
River State Bank.building, Titus- obsolete. One would suppose, Liens are given to mechanics, Saturday, the 4th, and to-day (Monday).
fiDe. from reading its provisions, that Weather very cool, and demand being
Visiting brethren are cordially Invited these Archive were in the custodyof farm laborers and material men; very light, present stock must be cleanedup -

to attend. the State. Keepers are to be on real estate, and to machinists, at low prices; fancy, $15 to 18: prime, ti
WALTER. GRAHAM, W. M. the Governor who clerks, etc., upon personal: property $12 to $14. LeConte pears In light supply -
JOSBTH MKNDKXX: Secrety; appointed by I upon or with which their' laboris and ruling firm; barrels, fancy, $6 to
are to furnish certified .copies, The' lien notice $7; drops, 2.50 to $4; crates, $1 to $2.25.
translations, and other Information performed. Florida tomatoes, carriers, $1 to $2;
Ora review of the revised etat- from these records. The Archives should be filed within three months crates '1 cts. to SI.'lIS. Egg plants from
which In another col. after the labor is S3. O to $5.50 bbL crate. Onions
tev appears of the province of East Flor performed on material per! $4

-uan: was prepared by our legal ed ida are to be kept at St.Augustine, furnished, and suit .toen supply to $5 per selling bbL from.Pineapples Seta to in 12cte.moderate In effect July 6, 1891.

itor. It is a valuable article, andwll and of West Florida at Peasaeola force the lien must be begunwithin large, 25ct*. to 40cU. ; extra The steamer ANCIENT CITY leaves New Smyrna Mondays, Wednesdayi
worth preservation for future twelve months. The atto 11ey'i I and Fridays, at 6 a, m.; Titusville, 11 a ra.t Rock Ledge, S p. m.; arriving at Mel
I etc., etc. Now, as matter of fact, bourne at 7 p. m. Returning, leaves Melbourne at C a. m., Tuesdays, Thursday
reference. fees of the laborer material 1
these record belong to the general h or man Lake Worth. I and Saturdays; Rockledge, 8 a. m.; Titusville, 12 m.; arriving at New Smyrna at
are allowed him in his JUdgment: 7 p. 10.
government, and are In the custody
Tnr: most prominent growers of of the United States Surveyor General The trial of Hen suits does not wait n. P. PADDISON, o. P. PADDISON,

the Bockledge hammock, men who at Tallahassee. They were for the regular terms of court, but on The Monday"Bessie, to." left tor Jacksonville General Manager. o. F, A P. A.

weald be most likely to know the moved from St. Augustine several the Judge may summons a jury
and with the Mr. AL Laubach Is making hay on Mr. Range of
facts, have about given'up all hope years ago. The Governor has not proceed case at any Pierce' place. Temperature
.f seeing the new railroad from appointed a keeper of Archives. time after five days from the filing q la Ttttuvffl
Hendrickson'JI
Oviedo to Coquina constructedthis The State has no such Archives to of defendant's pleas. Tropical Wilbur Sun staff now. working on the Mortgage deed Warranty deed, For the week, ending last night, May

year, and we are once more keep, and the retention of this A commendable changerhas QuIt-ClaIm deed, Bill of sale, 1, 1891, as compared with that of the
forced to advance and occupy the statute in the revision will only: been made in the law governingthe left George for the W.north Hunt, Monday.and :Eugene: Dimick Satisfaction of mortgage, Tax certificate, corresponding week in 1800. Recordedat

'I.told-you-eo" position.IT mislead and mystify those who I execution of wills. Only two Tax sale deed. 'Leaeea, the U. S. Signal office,'Titusville.
may witnesses are required to ,make a Mr. Helmer baa moved Into Capt. O. Assignment of mortgage, Prieclpe for I'
have to consult the Spanish Archives S. Porter's house, at Jewell. Bond for Title summons, etc 1800. JOT.T. 1891. M
valid will This is the'law in most
is'' rumored in Jacksonvillethat and send them on fruitless For sale at the ADVOCATE office. One, Day Max. Mln. Max. MIn
of the other States, and heretofore Sappodillas are nearly all gone; but loo.; 250.: dozen 60c. hun- 3 00 74 00 74
there la a likelihood of tie J., journles to St. Augustine and Pen. tree ; ; one I
many wills made by nonresidentsof mangoes and guavas are coming now. dred, 4 88 75 92 72
T. &. K. W. Into the sacola.
By. going their Florida property have been Mr. James H. Hamilton and son, Finis Also, attachments, In sets, $1.00; six 5 85 74 91 75
bands of' a receiver. If the state One of the chief defects of the refused probate here on aceount R. Hamilton, left for Kentucky on Satur set, $5.00. Ten in each set Copyright. 6 89 74 89 73
ment." well-founded, and such a old Digest was, that while some of 7 87 78 89 74
of having only two, instead of three __ 8 87 74 74
day..Put Wedding Cards 04
should be taken it would be
step it law much of it law
a was was not In
seed 9
witnesses. egg plant In August and 89 73 91 75
.
great benefit to the people of thissection. and to note the f -t..T.r We shall be pleased to ..1 .
we are sorry same September, for an early'crop, that will "
A receiver is an officer fault, even in a much lesser degree Ten hours is made,a legalyday'! sell well. :i Job receive. share of your E ,1-- \

the court, and would be under order in the revised statutes. work and in the absence, of an el. Mr. Frank Latham has left the "Bes .9 10{letter-heads Work-envelopes,note-heads,,}ae c: SCXf.lBT FOB tVSX, 1891,

of the Judge. There Is no The liberty which was given the pedal agreement to the'contrary; ale B.," and Is working for M. B.Lyman, bill-heads, statements, ::t, As recorded
doubt he would be directed to run : revisers to make such changes ,in hours.an employee may recover for extra at Hypoluxo.Mr. q or anything else. FV office, Titusville,at Fla.the Weather Bureau

the railway with a view to its best the old statutes as they might Burkhardt says, "The weather Is The mean temperature for June was
interests without regard to any i think for the general good, has Corporations, which have heretofore awfully warm on the beach' now:" and 79.1, or four-tenth of a degree higher
it is
for have tried
we It.
particular steamboat company. been used freely. For instance, only had to pay a fee of $2 than the average. Highest temperature
The court would, no doubt, instruct the dis- to get a charter or certificate of incorporation Mosquitoes are not a*bad this summer 94, on the 80th; lowest, 67, on 4th.
the receiver'to do all the businesshe county,. organizations. are are required to pay as they: were last and we hope that bv. Elegant Prizes Highest and lowest for same months
declared bodies for the Ladles. since
uncuy to oe corporate next summer there won't be any. station was established, 05, in
could, and haul all the freighthe $100, under the revised statutes. 1800 and 60 In 1888.
the
acting through County Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Andrews, of Zion The Publishers of The Canadin Queen I
,
could get,no matter what steam Commissioners. The commissioners The publication of a libel is made with their sons, George, James and Wil Toronto, Canada are offering two new Mean temperature was above 68 on 30

boat company might tender it to are to adopt a seal to attest a criminal offense, punishable by. liam, were on a visit to Mrs. Lyman last price competitions, with leading prizes days, days, and above 77 on 25: days.
the insolvent concern. It looks as their official acts and and one year's imprisonment, or $100 week. consisting of a pair of Shetland ponies, Total rainfall, 10.65. Greatest and
sue
if matters were coming around in be sued, in the name of may the county. fine. This is wholesome. 'An assault The "Ruby Dye" came In on Sunday. I carriage, first-class and harness upright, a piano free trip two to weeks Europe least Number for lL62ln of days 1889 with, and rain-fall 4.161n, 18.1887.

proper shape, for a permanent and The powers of the board are extended upon a person's character Capt. You reports pine slips very scarceon vacation to any summer resort in Canada There were U cloudless days, 8 partly
satisfactory solution of the question and it is given supervisionover should be as criminal as an assault the Keys. She left again on Wednes or the United States, all expenses cloudless days, and 10 cloudy day

of competition on Indian the public roads, the office of upon his person. Too much''"impunity day.Charlie paid; safety bicycle or trycicle, one hun- Total wind velocity, 6,705 mile, or an
Blver.THIBK. has been heretoforeby Pierce has a pet coon. It was dred dollars in cash, suit of parlor furniture average velocity of 0.8 mile per hour.
road commissioner being abolished. enjoyed found In a well at Palm Beach. He has ladle. gold watches, etc., etc. Prevailing direction of wind was south
The enlistment of a volunteer militia publications, which not being named it Jeff. DavU-not because the This magazine has become famous on east, or 28 per cent of the total directions

is no doubt that the is provided for, which may be pecuniarily responsible, had 'noth. coon Is nice, though. account of its prize competitions. Hun- observed.
abuse fear libel suits. dred* of Americans have won valuable Highest velocity, 30, from the west on I
of intoxicating liquor. is a called into immediate service by ing to from It is reported on Lake Worth that the prize In previous contests. 2Oth.'J .

frequent cause of poverty and the County Judge, Sheriff or May. Insulting a school teacher, in the steamer Georgian Is coming on the lake numbers of The Quern with full particu Sample Thunder storms occurred on the Oth,

..!me. Many a bright intellect, or, in case of riots, etc. Military presence of his school i. puniaha to run next winter. If report are true 'lars, will theatre the publisherTupon 21st, 23rd, 24th and 29th.

*ith brilliant prospects has be. companies organized under this ble by 15 da Imprisonment. or$25 85 Commodore-foot steamer F. D.on,Hughes from Jupiter will put to Hy-an six receipt U. S.of 2 cent s of any lady and 10,Average 4.9 cloudiness, on a scale of 0 to
stamp Address
came a physical and financial law are constituted corporations fine. poluxo. The
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31eilc.o77 ortla.. With Ice Cream Freezer Etc. :

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OPEN ALL Rates THE for YEAR ROUND. At the same time Protect You from Mosquitoes with Screen Wire, green & galvanized ; Window & Door Frames.. ;;', in ,


Special Low Summer Guests. ':

F. T. BUDGE, Titusville, Fla. .


J. G. :McDONEL,

22my3m Proprietor.Fourth Continued from page 8. THE COTTEN HOUSE H. R. OLMSTEAD, INDIAN RIVER LUMBER CabIncorporated

will be no cessation of the electric lights ,
while this dynamo is being gotten ready The Pioneer Dealer In ,
SUMMER RESORT i
of July at Sebastian for operation. ( ,) ,
GENERAL MERCHANDISE Feb. 28 l89:1..I
: :
,
-Regular services and holy commun- Sewanee, Tenn. ,
Was a grand success. The regatta was ion at the Episcopal Churchnet Sunday R. RANSON, Manager. ,I ,
'
called at 230 p. m. The following Eau Gallie. .
-The steamer Ancient City seems to .
yacht were entered FIRST :CLASS. be doing a fair amount of business be- UNDER MANAGEMENT. OF MRS. I keep In Stock a Choice variety of TITUSVILLE FLA., '

Tom Catiiby Mr. Howard. tween New Smyrna and Melbourne. JOE II. SMITH, OF JACKONVILLE.NOW GROCERIES, HARDWARE, ,

May, Parks. -Next Sabbath, at the morning service CROCKERY,TOILET ARTICLES, ETC COMPLETE STOCK OF
TftUulfth. C. Parks. at the Church the
by Presbyterian .
by S. Lord's will be OPEN. Apply for Terms." And will !Sell: as Low as the Lowest. MOULDIXOB DRUIIDIt8 .
Peonus, KItching, Jr. Supper celebrated. Preparatory j4
SECOND CLASS. services will be held this evenIng Call and examine my Stock. 18 tJ.: '
TURNED WORK PAINTS
Nancy tee; by Mr. Kroegel. at 7 30. All are Invited to attend. Special brts.madetoEnterttlin ,

Wave, by Jr.Mr. Heckel. -The usual weekly dance of the Sem- Guests. j. E.,ENDER & co., LATn, SHINGLES! FARM TOOLS! ,

Mangle, by L. Vann. inole Club took place last night A good BRACKETS! PICKETS, SASH, DOORS, :
The following yachts won the prizes: attendance but the affair Refer to Capt. Joe Smith, Titusville.BJun3mo. 'VPatohmallcorHAND: : ...
First class: Tom Cat,first prize; May, I. seemed tamer was than present usual., The excel- HOUSE! BOAT SKIFF LUMBER, KURSKRT SU'PLlElJi', ,.

second prize. lent music and brilliant attendance at HAHUFACTUR1NG JEWELERS BRICK, LINK, CEMENT, FIRK-BRICK, BUILDERS' HARDWARE 1
Second class Jr. first
: Maggie, prize; ,
the Fourth of July ball will make our
Nancy Lee, second prize. little regulars appear less, enjoyable than 11. H GLEASON & CO, Titusville, Fla. HOUSES FRAMED TO ORDER. ;1"' '

The greasy pole prize was won by usual, until a few weeks roll by, and we HARRISON BROTHERS' MIXED PAINTS, unequalled for beauty and lasting- .'

Chas Jackson. get down to the even tenor of our way, ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES. Repairing of Fine and Complicated qualities Color Cards and prices on application. "', .
Foot First S.
: prize HitchingJr.
race ; Watches; setting of Diamonds and other \ '
second. prize, Mr. Iiawkins.Swimming again.Mr. Precious Stones. Agency_for the. "Aermoter," the. best Wind Engine made. a'' '.
match: First prize, Mr. A. L. Hatch, of City Point, TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED Alligator and Hog Tusks Carved and .. ,
Hawkins: second prize, II.B. Howard.At started for Philadelphia and other places Mounted for cane-heads,'brooches, eta Professional Cards. "' '
night a grand ball, which was north last Friday. He Informed our AND PERFECTED. Shell Jewelry made. J. M.: Sanders, '

kept up all night, passed off pleasantly. City Editor that he would, probably, In S. H. Ray I now building, opposite '
Every one Is well satisfied with the day'I pay a visit to California before returning Abstracts Furnished and Re-Surnys corner from Postofllce. QROROK: M. lUinBixs. WALTKM GRAHAM.. Dealer In ,

sport, and there Is a new determination to Indian River. Prompt attention to all orders by mall RODDINS'" a RAH AM,
make each succeed Obtained. DRY GOODS
among our people to -Mr. Abraham Parkinson, a former or otherwise NOTIONS1.CROCKERY ,

,ing one a greater success. resident of this town, has presented an- Defective Homestead and Pre-Emption ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 1

I other memorial window to the St. Ga- Entries Corrected and Pefected. TITUBVILLK, Brevard Co., Florida.P. ,
& GODFREY
A Bargain in Pineapple Lands briel's Episcopal church, In memory of Claims Adjusted before the Depart- HODGES .Ilml,t O. SADDLERY, '
his brother the late Mr. J. D. Parkinson -
Will practice In all theoonntlenof the Rerentb STATIONERY.FAMILY ,
of Jacksonville, which is placed in ment at Washington. Manufacturers of Circuit and In the Supreme Court. Ppeelal Urllltlei .
About 80 acres of as good pineapple the Correspondence solicited. 16 for Examining and Perfecting and MEDICINES, x ,
In north side of the church.
'land as can be found on Indian River, Yellow Pine Lumber Title. Cqrnwpomlence solicited from Claimant GARDEN SEEDS' .
situated between Eden and Ankona; EAU GALL1E, FLA. *.and' Rein to Spanish Uranta.
fronting on the river, in the very heartof The Railway Company Money to Loan. 1 CHOICE GROCERIES, '

the pineapple section, on Pineapple Expect, In the near future, to build a ROUGH.. A DRESSED, I HAY, CORN, MAP &' FERTILIZERS. "
Pine & LumberOF Orange Box .1., D. L. J: T. '
Land Cypress QACLDRN BANDERS
Ridge. Price $75. per acre. on Y. It will be located near the point Fruit A Vegetable Crmto. FINE PATENT FLOUR. '
each side of It held at from one to two Notary. Attorney for Ihiard County
Lumber delivered
at of Indian River
, hundred dollars per acre. Must be sold where the line cnrves northward, as it ALL KINDS, on through bill of any! part Anyone contemplating Commlulonere.GAULDEN Ooooct, F10r1d.a.. t .

Inside of 30 da'l'. Address, J. P. Turner leaves town. The stem will run southward ROUGH OR DRESSED. building
,.Tltusville, Fla. 16.Chun'ber1a.fn's to a point near the ice factory J.,T.&: K.W.Ry.,a mile south of l'a'atka.AItl11ta s. w. Rogers= .

C. E. Knight Informs us this step ,is necessary Shingles Lath Orange Pine. !Coooa,E. Billing)EauOallle: ,KngeneBralnerd. ATTORNEYS AT-LAW ,
limo.... DEALER IN CLOTHING,
and SJdn of the
Eye to facilitate the handling
Satsuma lllghts,Putnam co.,Fla. Will practice In all the Courts of the BUM Gents. Furnishing Goods Shoes Hits
Ointment. constantly increasing freight traffic,of apple & Vegetable Packages, Doct-Oiuo ,,
of Florida,and the United States Court.
,A certain for Chronic Sore Eyes '
cure the company, at this point. With a Y, Caps Umbrellas Trunks Valises

Tetter. Salt Rheum, Scald Head. Old the work of making up trains will be It will pay parties-who contemplate Altree's General Supply StoreII P.O. Ilex,335. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FINE CIGARS, Etc., , ',

Chronlo Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, greatly reduced. The turn-table, which building to call on, or address us. Mill Money to Loan. IS
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipplesand is constantly getting out of order, and at DeLeon Springs. the plane to Sell What You Don't Want and The of only Gents.house In town making a specialty -. ,
Buy What You Do. Furnishing Goods. >I
Piles It is cooling and loothlD Orders promptly filled.
needing attention, will be abandoned in HARDWARE, Paint, Oil, In '
Farming Amplemenu Drop and examine stock and
Hundreds of cases have been cured by future. Messrs. Robbins ... Graham Chandler & Landers, ,Builder'Material,Musical Instrument, DR. M. D. L. DODSON, G compare prices. Cash customers my ,command .. ,
it after all other treatment had failed. FURNITURE, and the New PROCESS VAPOR "'
In consideration
have assisted the railway company P. O., THE SPRINGS, FLA. every competitors
U Is put up in 2s: and 60 cent boxes. STOVE,which I*death to all other claim to confer.
.. securing the necessary land for the J. L. Casper, Agent, Tropic, Fla. SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE,.S'URGI Call when convenient First '1,,
door
and 2Smy3mop
proposed Improvement, negotiationsare
CAL" MECHANICAL DENTISTRY
Narrows. almost complete. south of ADVOCATE office. i ,
a
n
w TITU8V1LLE, FLORIDA.
Mr. Van Pelt, editor of the Craig$ ,Mo., Q nF .
"The day Is cold and dark and dreary; Meteor, went to a drug store at Hillsdale, DIXON & GRAY .
It rains, and the wind is never weary." Iowa, and asked the physician in attend- t i DR., B. L. WILLS, %
to him dose of for L e Dealers In c < ,
Mr. Edwin R. Michael paid a flying ance give a something r
visit to his.parents at. Orchid Monday cholera morbus and looseness of the / \ WOM : }:/J.. 4 PHYSICIAN &: SURGEON, Drags, Chemicals, Perfumery, ,Toilet&: "
last bowels. lIe says: "I felt so much bet- A graduate of the University of Penn "
ter the next morning that I concluded to I t a g1t'I sylvania, and,an experience of twenty Articles, Fine Soaps, Stationery: ';: : ,
The Messrs. Hastle, of Orchid, are call on the physician and get him to fix "' : ti q Cs19 ra years In practice, offers his services to -
I JEWELRY
busy making Improvements on their me a supply of the medicine. I was surprised l1ii3 d. the citizens of Tltusville and vicinity. ,
/SPECTACLES ,
' 'here. Q ASEWING ',
when he handed bottle of
'place
me a ,.. O..ICJeI OTKB j. w. ROGERS co. c .
/
The trade boat "Sparkle" Mr. Walter Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar, )t MACHINES. I

Kitching In charge passed up the river rhea Remedy. He said he prescribed It I } t i ] RUE P ELY, Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machines and
yesterday. regularly in his practice, and found U'' LA Machinery Repaired. Watches, dock

the best he could get or prepare. I can e ': AUprs JUSTICE OF THE PEACE mil DLSTNotary and Jewelry Specialty. "
For the past two weeks we have had testify to it efficiency in my case, at all H :I : School Books and School Supplies
1 Public for the State at Large.
heavy rains dally, which cause weeds to event" For sale by Dixon" Gray. 215 Subscriptions taken at publisher'
themselves in and makee"Ikeeta" .o Contractor and Builder of over 90 years' cape.rlens. prieM'for
out-do growing o c op ;; Natural Flnlib a Specialty.MELBOURNE Newspapers, Books, Magatlnes, eta .' E
numerous. A Card of Thanks.I ,, FLA. Prescriptions : .
carefully compounded., :
:
Saturday night quite a number of our to the as any time day or night a
am sincerely grateful ,
many a Hear what the people say about this stove .,. ..,":"
people met at the residence of Mrs. .cdl :: ;
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kind friends for their offices of kindness ='
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!!! Dear'SIr-We Piliiam :I1'utch .
Fish at Enos to have a reunion, and a gA Mr.Altre I cheerfully testify : I ;: ':'I"
shown father his later '-I the admirable,qualities of the Mew Proon 'Jf r=
pleasant evening was enjoyed by all. my during long Gaaollne 8to.... We bare bad one over *.U: Drayman.Hauling arugaPatent, '. 1_' ;' t, _
Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. and severe illness.- PERFECTEDCRYSTAL month,and Cannot point to a Ingle fault. don at reasonable rates. Attends I ,

Wm. Cooper, Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Enos, EDWARD M. Aon, B.CM.A.BcrliDgeour. all departing, and meets all arrive MedtcirtesElegant '
Titu Tlll ,My I,1811. >
and Herbert Enos, Mrs. L. E. Curtiss, LENSES t ing trains. / ;,
Misses Elmira and Almeda Michael, Mr. Jupiter, Fla., July 7th, 1891.I viueciMeii.Qulftv I Bad a frea< savinq of gasoline the NewProcee Orders left with O. B. Rumph or at ;
J. and Mr. N. L. Keefer. rM ist Atari. *over Ue old/ It keep mea a perpetual
C..Mlchael I ADVOCATE office will receive prompt Perfumery and Toilet irticleg. .
tate of
I A carpenter, by the name of M. 8. wogdejd aughtMra.. Wilbur. attention.
BidDer
Mr. Frank Forster has his sloop "Et. Powers fell from the roof of house in
a Titusville, M.y ttb, JW1.I '
tie" hauled out and is repairing her. I Kept constantly on hand atT. ,1. .
East DesMolnes Iowa and sustained '
Boat-building and repairing teems to be and serious, of the wrist a am 'delighted.with the New Process Vspor :JY:. :13.BRICKLAYER: Suuuoil, -1.1, ,,' .
painful sprain SW,.. It 1*more than 1 expected. '< "
the order of the day. Messrs. E. L. and which he cured with one bottle of Cham- : iris S. B Screven'sDRUG '
,J..F. Gray have just completed three berlain's Pain Balm. He says it is worth T u.ili.,111.,May ItII,Teel.t anise &: PLASTERER .. l .

row boats, and Mr. J. C. Michael is $:i a bottle. It cost him 60 cents. For ,
painting and otherwise overhauling his STORE. i : '," .
sale by Dixon A Gray. 215 Titusville Fla. .
boat;Mr. Cooper has just launched bis EDEN ;' .
skiff after thoroughly repairing it. Work contracted for on any part of Also the latest Newspapers Period- ,
Debtors and
Notice to Creditors. Indian River. 8 call, etc. .
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A IX CREDITORS, legatees sod persons en- J. E. ENDER & CO. .
Malabar.It A titled to distribution out of the eatate of .' .
hank B.Sockets ilooeuod,are hereby notified PINEAPPLE : 1 ;
Joo McAllister
to preneat their clalma and demand to the Have exclusive sale of these' celebrated STOP AT GEORGIANA '
ILDden peel,sole executrix of aid MUM withIn Glasses In Tltusville.r < sAnd "
has been very warm weather here nrojrearsorthJs notice will be pleaded In
for several days, and the troublesome bar of inch eUim. All ...-. owing said estate \ ( ,KEIXAM* MOOBK.The Contractor See
klMttk their \
required
are hereby accounts
little insects seem as bad as ever. with the andemcned.promptly,or suit will be only Manufacturing Opticians In PLANTATION.

KIM H. A. Schuyler left here last Instituted tor their collection.TKLITHA. BACKBIT: the South Atlanta, Oa. Peddlers are Artesian Wells : C..A.llon9.
week en route for Titusville, where she Bole Executrix of the bet will and testament not supplied with these goods. OfebOmo It,, !i .
of Frank B.Sockets deceaaed. u>st
Intended enjoying the glorious Fourth. T. an. D.1.chard. ,
Eau Gallle, Flo.pdtimo. Dealer In
There was no Sunday School here last Notice of Incorporation C. J. HECTOR, Eden, !IDdl1D Rarer, Florida
Sunday, as the Superintendent was absent MepUmar
In Tltusville, enjoying the Fourth.A Of the TitiurfOe and Canaveral Steam- Dealer in General: stOleS, Tf .lareJ 8ollow-waro,
'N".aCD: :. ..N'S
boat and Transportation Company.
beautiful night-blooming cereus was :MerohAndtheMelbourne: : '
seen at the residence of Mr. F. M. Forest Tluuville I. TIIe.-and Canaveral this corporation Steamboat shall and be Traasportatbs The. Fla. NEWSPAPER W. N.. HENDRY, Wooden-ware Stoneware I
,
this week-the second time it has bloomed Company. ,
thllrear. 1. The general nature of the btuineei of the *Snbscription Agency Dealer in
corporation shall be the transportation of freight
HEAVY& SHELF HARDWARE
Mr. C. W. Bolton was accompanied by and pauennre.upon the Indian and BananaSlyer. : .
Mrs. and Miss Carter on his trip and Creek and the Mosquito Lagoon. Hats Shoes Clothing Dry Goods General Merchandise iij
Storey ,
the eonntlee of Brevard,Dade and Votaala, and NAILS, SCREWS.
with the mall Saturday last. They re to the moat convenient point on the rvTit The Pioneer is
port a very pleasant trip.A aver 10eb the Bight of Canaveral. Just Arrived. Splendid Good Agency.For DRY GOODS, TRACE CHAINS
._
.. TIle capital k oft a corporation shall -
merry party of bathers were seen be five thousand Uollara divided Into one hundred OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE:, LEAD BUNG BORERS, '
In front of Mr. R. C. Creech's place on La thane,of fifty dollar each, to be paid .p DRUGS, GROCEBDZS GRAINOf terms and sample copies addressC. NOTIONS, BOLTS, BRUSHES*" .

Tuesday evening, and from their noisy Lull corporation scan commence on the filing all kinds; and in fact a full Une of IL NAUMAN, STATIONERY, ahiltoa: paiat. .
chatter and splashing of the water, one of iLl article*of Incorporation with the sea Call and examine
everything. It
would think they were enjoying them rotary eountiee of In State which;and it the shall eferk operate of,and court continue of the kpl-3mo TTTUSTILLK Brevard county. Fla. Choice Groceries, The Best Made for this Climate; '. I.

selves. Why not organize a bathing for the period of fifty yean. .
FOBWines Thousand and
And One One
OtlwfThings -
Club But the young ladies of Malabar 6. TIle boatoeee of the company shall be conducted 3XXM8 FLA. ;;:' : ;
would especially invite the rising young treasurer by,and a .ore.ldeD&directors.. neJdea&An election,eecretarr fur director ., that You are likely to Want. Il

gentlemen to be more careful in the future ball be held by vote of the capital Buy Stove here. When want .: 1 1a
and not again mistake them for tuck,at the principal office of the company.InTltuvllle Spirits r your you
pelicans.Mr. The,on board the line of director Tueeday of hall Joly elect of each the "httirsN' 8 arar til new Fire Back ,or Grate,Top Bar' ot- ''t

year.president Tiefrpreeident,eecretary and treaauro Damper, come right here for It, as diW\ :,;: f

and Mrs., Tyndall and Mr. and .who to may eonniliilaui be director any or two not of and said shall office ba..epower If Seers Cafaaar 1 plicate part are kept constantly' o4, t

Mrs. B. Hogg, of St. Lucie, arrived In aecided: espedeD&. Director and officer anall +gMa/a8aS/1tA hand; also a GOOD LINE OF .f.1
be stockholders ta the corporation.: : : '
town Friday Having attended to some .. The highest amount of indebudnee or liability .r.eawsre '.1 FIRST CLASS \

laruk and other business in town, they subject to which itself the shall corporation nut exceed may ooe-hal/at anytime the CIGARS, ETC.OF IULL=PU IJ1CLfi6tr GROCERIES{ { .

all (except Mr.TyndaU, ) started for face value of the capital stock THE FIKEST QUALITY, i..w .wr.q M.W and :
B.P. pAWao. Constantly Arriving For Sale.. afc. t
Jacksonville on their north, where
way W.O.Howu, OO'IO Moderate Prices. .*
they expect to remain until October. A-A.STEW AST, ;
C H- Narks. r rwtr
Mr. Tyndall returned home Monday WM.M. Baow, Lesley & Renaker.Families ,

evening, subscribing for the ADVOCATE a.K.H.N.R Fznr u.w F, C. ALLEN Georgiana, F!
8.r.GAAT. fiopplled. -.4S.a. ,
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ture at some future time to indemnify him pfobably

j for the nutlsy. An outline of the work Ibat point earn July Trains are now ten FOR ou RF Uri CAN Now add one pint of gas tar, one

which this company intends to do has alI running to Maacon.nvtAll twenty-fotit William Holt, of Now Brunswick pound of whale oil soap, dissolved t In,
or Newsy Notes and Pointed -.idy been (given to the readers of this l pas Newsy Paragraphs From Over milel east of the grading hot water or .'
hThrCl"ellr5 I found ono pint of
far as : my
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i per sn3 much favorable Ommen bas been and trestling has been as us: common

Paragraphs.The I I excited throughout state thereby, and the State. Dublin, end the surveys have been run young apple trees badly Infested with soft soap, or one pound of potash, or

it may be safely prophecied that if --- to Savannah. There hnl been conllder.able borers. After cuttIng these out, I one pint of strong lye from wosd
built tho Mat- Stock is being rapidly taken in cot. earthwork on that part of the
last new steamer by the organization fulfills all of its a heavy ashes box of
lory line 1* named the "Concho," and it promises, the secret of immigrationwill ton factory to be capitalized at $100,000 road now being completed, and there gathered all the old cans I could get> or Concentrated lye,

of 4,000 tons burden, carrying capacity, have I been solved and In a and leased at ,BummerTllle. have been a number of cuts and firs took out the bottom and cat.opcn tho then add clay or loam enough to make

or 0,000 bales of cotton. She Is one of few years Florida will pulsate with There is a movement on foot to abolish from twenty-five to fifty feef deep. tine sides so as to spring them open' and i the bucketful of wash of proper consistency

the very fastest steamers, If not the fast- energy flat has made the West so prosI the county court of Appling county road has been built by the Illinois and incloso the trees. In omo cases 1 had to be applied with a brush.If .
uo, the coast, and IS sumptuous in 'oollnc all her,appointments. I immigrants of an industrious and intelligent the matter when the legislature meets. Chicago, and no bonds have been issuedfor to use two cans for ono tree. Then I the trees; have had tho'earth banked

The census office hu made public the claw of foreigners. As has been ,The military boys at Chickamauga were any part of the work. Le"vintfa.! : filled tho space between the can and np around them, tako tho earth away .

tobacco,statistics of Florida' The total said before, the colonization company invited to Chattanooga to celebrate the con, the line pawn through the following tho troo with soil. Now the trees are from around tho collar, and apply :

number of planters In the state duringthe I' now has in the state a number of foretgn- Fourth of July. But Governor Northern towns: Swift Creek, Dry Branch, healed and of the trees have the wash to the body of tho
all none trees
census year was 029; total area devoted en, who are prospecting in behalf of their refused to let them go. lie says they are Pike's Peak, Fitzpatrick, Solomon, Jef- ,
to tobicco, 1,169, acres; total people, who are anxious to move to a at Chickamauga for business fersonville, Gillimore, Allen towne, Montrose been Infested since. When the soil from the limbs to tho ground or downto

product, 487,293 pounds, ,and valui:of land where work is better remunerated. The dhcussion as to whether or not Walker's. and Dublin. washes out I replace it occasionally." the roots. Its advantages are: It

the crop to the producer, estimated on' a i They have all 'expressed many compli- women should bt allowed to preach has Will Get More Par. American Agricultural will destroy the bark louse or all scale
basis of 'sales $104,631. men's about Florida's soil and climate, been of tho salaries of '
Actual .J taken up by the Georgia and The readjustment '
press, insects will
and there is but little doubt that several ; give the trees a bright
The Robinson syndicate is building anew many of the weekly newspapers contain third-class postmasters has been com ,

road from a point on the line-rear hundred immigrants will! be hard at work Meted local discussions on the subject. pleted for the tl-calyear beginning July GUINEAS ON TUB FARM. clean, healthy appearance. This wash

Henderson, N. 0., to Richmond, Va. making homes themselves in Florida. Comptroller Wright there 1st. The increases and decreases in in will drive out all borers that are in the
says a num There is sale for Guinea fowls
On the completion of this line and in Captain Inch has been appointed by ber of insurance companies doing business Georgia are as follows: Albany, salary, no trees, and the moth will not deposit

connection with the New South Bound Commissioner of Agriculture Wombwell in the state that are behind in $1,800; increase, $100. Barnesville, market, but the Guinea fowl la, nevertheless -

railroad this will make the shortest possible general agent for Immigration' for the United their taxes. A failure to pay within paying the salary, $1,200; increase, $100. Carrollton one of tho finest of all table eggs on or about tho trees tho same

line from Jacksonville and Savannah : States an Florida his commission sinned the companies possessing a game
by
to Washington as a common point., a penalty ot $500. dartown, salary, $1,800; increase, $100 grow apples, peaches, dwarf
governor, bears date June 16. Cuthbert, salary, $1,800; increase, :. that is not found in Other lowls. They pears or
Is all excitement the I
ilicanopy over The issued
governor a warrant few quinces should not fall to
a use this
$200. Gainesville, salary, $1,700; liaro full mcated breasts and
prospect of another railroad In the near CROP BULLETIN. days ago for $4,000 for the deaf and possess wash don't fail
to because
future; work has commenced on tho dumb institute at Cave Springs. The Increase, $100. Griffin, salary, but a small proportion of offal compared ; use not

Gainesville, Rocky Point and Mlcanopy Condition of Weather and Crops money is from the special appropriation 1,700; increase, $100. -ITawklns- with lions. If their real value patented and Sold at a high price. I

railroad, and everything indicates that fur building a laundry ana repairing yule, salnry, $1,800; Increase, $100. LaGrange have known cases where peach trees
for Past Week. for tho taMe known would
they
were
the managers mean business. When other buildings at the institution salary $1,000; increase $100. became and

Completed this rood will bring before the The signal bureau's weather crop bulletin The Fulton county Alliance sends out Madison, salary, $1,400; Increase, $IUO. sell at high prices.. On tho farm they healthy vigorous with one

public an orange and vegetable growing for week ended June 20th, gays: an invitation to the Alliancemen Cobb Milledgeville, salary, $1,500; increase, cost almost nothing, being industrious application of this wash. Again, mce:

section second to none in the state. The week has been warmer than usual Clayton, Henry, DcKalb and Milton $100. Quitman, salary $1,800; increase, and rabbits will not girdle trees where
coun and
The legislature hn granted the charter east of the Rocky mountains, except on ties to come and help the Alliancemen of $100. Sandcrsville, salary, $1,800; increase foragers, there haves was a better this wash is'used. Apply in May for

and has given a ,good sized land grant to the New England and Florida coasts, Fulton county Entertain the hundreds! ot |800. Tallapoosa, salary, $1,400; insect exterminator tho Guinea.

aid the construction of the Arcadia Lake where the temperature was slightly below Alliance people that will attend the fairgrounds increase, $200. Valdosta, salary, $1.000; Outsido of the eggs they provide, borers and general benefit to trees,and(

land and Gulf Railroad. The road will be normal. Excessive ruins have occurred in near Atlanta on the 15th ofJ.iy. increase$100. Washington, Balaryl,400; without cost, they destroy thousands the late autumn as a preventive against:;

'no branch affair, but will bo a trunk line eastern Texas and thence northward to Increase $100. Waycross, salary, $1,500; mica and rabbits. Gas tar when
200 miles in length, with three deep I MIs8ouiiln; western Iowa. Nebnskannd Governor ncreii'O $100. Waynesboro, salary, of insects, and though their efforts in applied

water outlets. Lakeland will be the northern portions of Colorado, New Mexico, JIinncssoU -. Northen made a trip to the $1,100; increase, $100. that direction! may not bo apparent, pure will kill trees

terminus Boca Grando the southern and tho Dakotas. More than encampment at Chicatnauga a few dnys Advance I la Cut Rat**. -
work
the with them .
: In his visit yet on con
goes
ago. speaking he said
where there will be two terminal points the usual amount of rain is also reported : Coal rates to Atlanta and other citiesIn
from the western of the middle "I found the volunteer soldiers in splendid stantly. They nre never idle, being A IIEE-nncsu.
25
on the Gulf ,coast at the mouth, .of. $the portion condition. the state have been advanced per
Manatee river. Atlantic states, the upper Ohio valley, the to their duties They and are giving attention cent, and if the railroads maintain their busily engaged from early morn until The use of n brush of any' kind

New England; coast, and over limited are learning. The present position these cities will be should bo avoided much
Mirror and Farmer.CHANGING
The Orange City Times says!:: 'Now encampment will undoubtedly! result in ,night.-[ as as possible
in the south Atlantic states of
'that Orlando has'led off in an effort to areas improving the militia of the state. It is a mulcted of an enormous sum money. while working with bees, for under
at GENERAL REMARKS. It will not be less than $100,000, in At. '
have FlorMa" make an exhibit Chicago good thing. some clrcullutnnces'tho brush
not
lanta alone and be $200,000. Tho
It is desirable that county will fall Arkansas Weather greatly bcncBcial may CONDITIONS OF SEED

In tine It is necessary every that prompt action to all crop. Cotton and corn growing earuestly Mrs. Mercer at ,work of Crawfordville to perfect the, has been coal consumption has been estimated by It is generally conceded that it Is only irritates, but also may excite

be taken tho time is Fruit of all kinds well. organization some at 800,000 tone, by others at 600,- them to
as drawingnear. nicely. doing of an association to, provide for 000. The advance is twenty-five to fifty often advisable to get seed from a stinging, hissing, frenzy and
Volusla county should move in Texas-Good showers in all sections. the widows of confederate fury. Do bees hiss? They do and if
soldiers in ,
the rate to tbe
cents a ton average constJciablo distance and eipe'clallythat
upon ,
the matter at once and plan for an exhibit Cotton looming in south Texas and
distress It is
designed to mako the association have not heard It
instance the have
last several For rate you not
,
that will do justice to the county.It crops very promising throughout the and it, is believed years grown north of the locality where you
permanent, district Atlanta
the first to
from Birmingham -
would be well to have a county convention state. had a houd-to-hal1d fight with bees.
that; by the hearty co-operation of the last summer was $1 straight. Nowit the planting is to bo, done. What Is
at an early date. Who will move Louisiana Showers in all sections' Tho fibre brushes all of them irri-
good of
women Georgia It can bo made ,
In the matter benefit all Cotton bolls is $1.25 ou steam coal and $1 85 on the advantage of the Northerngrownseed
greatly crops. very useful. It will be a state tate. The sjbstanco is tho
organization domestic. So far, there U no indicationof foreigu to
Kellogg; the has been forming. Fruit very promising. Rico with if not that nature is more constrained
forger in
capturedat headquarters Atlanta .
in excellent condition. Grass and weeds a weakening on the part of the railroads bees, and it lekles" and excites
a town called Carp Lake, ih Mackinaw McTIgho &; Co., the contractors, are and if there is not they will lift an anti thus puts more vitality
_ Straits on Lake : T. getting the start in some localities. more or less,,under any circumstances.
Michigan. Condition favorable bard at it securing hands to go to workon extra million or so out of the states ads into seeds than she would under more
0., hello brg (this is the name that he Mississippi- to the Macon Tho bees will work Into and through
cultivation and Outlook and Atlantic road. A large ocent to the coal minec. The advance in favorable conditions. We
growth. encouraging. can see
went by during his stay in Florida last Ram needed number have already been hired, but nut rate seems to have been decided on after Illustrated the brush, they sting through it and
spring)."worked" two banks in Jacksonville soon near the this law by seeds grown in
for $1,583: the State Bank of Florida North Carolina Much sunshine, and to put enough on an,immense us contractors force. Work propose will mature consideration, and brought about tho same ncighboihood. Always, if sting each other'Tlio writer has often

(Dr. John C. L'Engle's; ) for $750, warm weather very favorable. All crops be pushed as forward by an ironclad agreement bt tween tho seen brush. so covered with bees that
and tho Merchants' National for $835 improved. Rainfall b.idiy distribute., rapidly as money roads running out of the coal fields. They possible, get seed that ii ni vigorous
and can do it. There is doubt little of tho fibre visible and halt
energy no was ,
ana excessive in few pine1.1*. Cotton im claim that the old rates too low. but
both on forged<< cheeks lie was tried, now about the early of the were as possible, grown on poorer land
pleaded guilty and sentenced to two proved, but small and grassy. Macon and Atlantic. completion The LrcUlatnre Meet. Next Week. than your own. If you reverse this, or,.moro of the bees fell off stung to

years at hard labor in the penitentiary, Virginia-Much sunshine,' but minor The legiula'ure will soon be in sessionIn death.
too much rain for harvesting; weather :There is a great deal of discontent Atlanta On Wednesday, July 8th, and take seed grown on extremely rich
| The Chattanooga Tradesman The and best brush is madeof
speaking bentficiui to among colored military companies of tho laud and it thin cheapest
of,the generally growing crops; the house and senate will be called to put on soil, it will
new iudustries of the South, has wheat harvest well advanced. State occasioned by the state appropria- order, and the indications are that the not as well green grass. Bees Bro acquaintedwith
the following to of Florida grow nor produce as
say phosphates South Carolina/ -Cotton very much improved tion for the Chickamauga encampment. session will be interesting from the start. grass; they come in contact with
: The extensive deposits of phosphate This well as that which for
where well cultivated. Much is tho bone of contention over which There is a largo mats of unfinished business : successive -
that have recently been discovered .. they contemplate making a' fight. has been bred it continually, and although they may
sunshine: proved beueflciul to all cr ps. They carried over from the winter session, years to poor
In the Florida have given a great impetus to Tennessee-Corn, cotton and tobacco want a share of the money set apart by and important new matters will claim the fare. Wo know of a case where afare'- sting it under,some circumstances, yet
phosphate tho South and
industry growing finply; wheat threshing begun, the state for the uso of thel white militia attention of the body. At the December it does not irritate as other substancesdo
amount who
Urge of has been bean lu field
capital Invested and claim that a rerllrate'approprilttlon er was planting a
weather of
tine yield. The the week was session of 1890 bills introduced
more were U
in the development of these lands favorable for cleaning crops, aaJ tho out- should be made to enable them to have than for some time past. The number got out; of seed when lie had only a ; certainly does lot attract them
In the past six mouths, in Florida alone an of their so ranch or arouse them to :fury.
look is encampment own. ,
few
encouraging. introduced
there been in thu house at the winter moro rows to plant.: His wife

companies having organized thirty-two in the put phosphate --. --- The alliance rally to be held at Athenson session of 1886 was 411, at the winter found some of the sauce kind of beans The use of any brush lu some hamU

quarter, July 10th is arousing a great deal of session of 1883. 871 and lost winter 493. demoralizo
two in North Carolina, two in Virginiaand A VAST LAKE which she had tile beforefor will any colony. Xo attempt -
la'West enthusiasm among all. classes. There Colonel Mark Ilardin, the clerk of the grown year!
t one Virginia. will be about fifteen thousand people house, has prepared, a digo t of all tho homo use in a rich spot of this should bo made to brush bees
In Desert
: Forming the Colorado
"To maintain the constant, varied and : iresent. Chancellor Boggi! has kindly business of the 1SOU session andIt garden. All through the season the sogal'don fiomacomb when they cover it or

bountiful fruit supply of our large cities," Basin. tendered the use of tho campus fir the fills a pamphlet 'of e'ghty cluster upon it; the brush is not intended -

says the Mew York' Commercial Bulletin, A dispatch of Tuesday from Yuma, ally of farmer, and 'preparations are pages, closely condensed.. Of the 40J; bills beans were inferior in growthto

1t'is necessary that Calif urn la's oranges, Ariz., says: The Colorado desert basis, being made for a royal ovation. The 200 passed both houses and were ap the others. This must bo a discouraging for such use. First, shake the

cherries, apricots, peaches, plums, grapes at Bttlton, sixty miles west of Yuma, inrap citizens; will give a grand midsummer proved by tie governor. Of tbe rest, thought to a farmer who is comb two or three times, then brushoff

and pears should be moving eastward in dly filling up with fresh water from festival, a*.d for one day at least tbe time remaining boos so lightly that
aucrcsslon from some were withdrawn, some lost and allowing his land to get poorer :
early spriug to late In a subterranean passage: believed to be farmers will control the city. every
,the autumn, and that Florida fruit should connected with tbe Colorado rivercaused Peach and plum trees in Hancock some tabled, but the larger part, perhapsa year If lie grows his own seed grain : it only touches them, and withdraw it

move northward during tho remainder of the majority of them, remain in committee quickly A brush -ahould be used scarefully
by high waters of)ati! February. At county are dying from the ravages of a in the different of unfinished it cannot produce as much as it would
the year; while other portions of tho the last advices it was converted into a or stages and that the bees
from wall beetle, termed tho scolytus. 1'business. Many of them are local bills, it grown first ou poor soil, and then sparingly
country ocean to ocean and from the lake five miles wide The machinery is
Though not more than half as large as an of interest to certain local.ties but know very little about It., Still, its
,gulf to tho great lakes, make their contributions ,. being removed from the salt factories at average sized grain of wheat thi beetles only sown on laud that is highly fertilized
fa turn tho hothouses S se there are about a hundred general bills of use is necessary sometimes.
lton. and
The railroad
; steadily Southern Pacific are more destructive,, of fruit trees cultivated. But even: poor, thin
increase their capacity and ,the variety o( track passes through the basin for more bun others and as more or lets impoitance. Iho more important seed with conditions Gather n handful of froslr'graes, tiea
any yet, no prevents'tive matters involved are education may good be de-
their and ,
p'roduorl; importations of foreign than fifty miles its lowest point being
of their ravishes has been discovered. cord around tho centre and then cut
insurance railroads, and various into that ,
; go on constantly and increas 203 feet be'ow sea level, 'The Colorado When -usury yeloped which is plump and
ing volume under they'attack a tree it is doomed, matters, such as* livestock protection, both ends even, two or three inches
improved methods of river. Is 100 feet above lOti level at Yuma. and the only thing to be done is to cut it good.-[Uostou Cultivator.
shipment and handling by which so many If the subterranean passage connects with down and burn it. fchich pertain to tho advancement of agriculture ; ,- from the centre with tho scissors.:' It
-
obstacles\ nave been overcome." the Colorado above Yuma, the lake will A is a better and cheaper brush than
M. white you
Miles Bolcn. entered
TvmaviUa be 100 feet in and a man, The Byaa C.ae. IMLVTIKO FKESH MILK FOR
The Itt What is over depth ver fifty CREAM
Alachua county going to says do: about the ,miles long. If the waters continue to a plea of guilty in the super! r court at The Ryan failure case is now before tho RAISING. can buy, even if Yucca palms sell at

Atlanta several days ago to the charge of courts in.Atlanta. The oke is exceedingly twenty-five cents dozen. Farm and
Chicago World's fair Wake citizens rise the Southern Pacific track will be a -[
up, aiding a prisoner to liolen Perhaps the most valuable lessons
escape. was a interesting on accouliI of tho large
and for miles and the
lei's form submerged 100
some Idea of what oursa nearly Fireside. .
convict guard and aided E.iza Randall, amount of money involved, and the way learned tho dairy world
,we intend to pursue. Some of tho counties great desert will be converted into a vast during -
a ncyro' prisoner, to escape. The pair in which the business was conducted.
are up and doing. Alachua is too lake. 1890, were taught by Iho failure of
eloped but were captured. The woman The two sides of the question be FAKU AND GARDEN NOTES.
grand a county to be left behind in this TUB, MINES FLOODED.A was sent back to tbe camps and Boloo briefly stated as follows: John may Ryan, the ico crop of last winter. Creameries For growing celery the leading requisite -
As U well
nee known
the legislature later dispatch recites that the water was held to answer a charge of aiding in tbe elders after making a fortune,.roiiied and many large dairies ha.d become is a good soil. '
Just adjourned did nothing towards the which began to rise in 8 hon salt mines from business and his immense .

matter, and it derives upon us at individuals Saturday evening, driving out the labor. her escape lie was sentenced to tour goods store, including gave the building:: ,dry to so accustomed to a,plentiful sup Never water flower plant by pouring -

to do the thing right. Don't al. ers,< now covers an area of ten miles years in.the penitentiary his two eons, Stephen A. and John F. ply of ico that they had coma to think water in the

low the opportunity to p great good. We have the lower end of the sidetrack from the railroad gin railroad system hS withdrawn from veritable Ono.of tho best and quickest grow
come a
dry good
prince Im.'ng and
experiment
mean., let us apply them. This is the to the salt works ia gone. The the Southern Passenger association. men, eclipsing nil ctition. His experience have ing vines is the maderia;
coral
)
grandest opf, munity ever offircd in mines are flooded. The Indian wells, Sixty: days ago the East Tennessee gave brother Juhn F., not so ambitious nor to discovered that by diluting fresh milk:

America and Florida mutt ccmo away sixty miles south, is 227 feet above Sal- ho association notice of its intention venturesome, retired fruru the firm. The 25 per ceut. with either warm or cold Well-fined poultry manure I. a good

victorious, California will do her best ton, and for forty miles. square tho'water tl1 withdraw. The rules permits any career of Stephen A. Ryan is already 'water, the timo of cream raising fertilizer for the flower beds.
and we hall be compelled to do ours. doe is from three to five feet deep, being the road to withdraw by giving thirty days' well known to the public and his friends maybe
& comes our coat and let us get down to overflow of the Colorado river. All thai notice, and the East Tennessee would his failure was simply due to so much reduced as practically to The castor oil plant is a handsome

business in dead-earnest. What ay you, prevents this mater from flowing into have been out of the association one say the fact that be attempted more than he do away with the necessity of usingice ornamental plant if given a rich soil.

citizens of Alachua? ballon sink Is a bunk of loose sand nine month ago bad not this required notice could The other side for creaming milk. The
accomplish. charge lesson
feet been extended. The notice was extended Hyacinths, tulips and narcisses
high and a mile wide. Parties from
Lower Bate that deceived to his financial
Jive* ; Ryan people as is of great value and
It will\ Ve remembered that nearly'one the Indian well report the water walled at the request of Commissioner Carter, in condition bought goods on credit baa should be planted six inches apart and

year ago an attempt was made by the up against this bank. It Is thought the order that an effort might be made to adjust and sold them below :oat, that he gave already been the means of saving four inches deep.

railroad commia-lon of the state to force water has found an underground passage the differences between the East mortgage aggregating three or four hun many dollars; and. rightly used; may

a reduction of passenger rates on the through the sand into the basin'! If so it Tennesseee and tbe Nashville, Chattanooga dred thousand dollars and deliberatelyset be the means of lavIng more. We do Young leaves, for some reason, are

Charlotte Harbor division. The road will\ carry the flood into it, as tho Colora and St. Louis, in regard to the .about to defraud people whom he less liable to injury from sprayingthan
do for ten miles is its west not know of any carefully conducted
overflowing Former's the union
protested that the revenue at that time entering passenger despot the older
owed. issue ones.
The U whether the
bank and pouring an Immense body of in Atlanta which is stock experiments bearing this
received, under the five << sa'd! to have upon point,
rate, would! not warrant tuch a reduction, water into the La Guns region at the Indian been t the cause of the wish on the part of shall whether be sold a under receiver the mortgages shall, be or but from the few observations made If necessary to water flowers haveit

and the action .( the road was sustained welU. the East Tennessee to withdraw. appointed. As the stock is estimated u ourselves, we are Inclined! to think tepid; cold water tends chill the

i by the court, From an order recently The government has served notices plants even iu
worth from $277,000 to $500,000 and u that those who have made summer.
issued INCREASE OF FAILURES really good
by the Florida Southern railway, upon the Chickamauga land owners who debts aggregating nearly $1,000,000 have
firming part of tha Jacksonville\ Tampa have failed to agree upon a price for their already been found, it looks like somebody butter without the use of Ice, will find Many house plants will do better if

I and Key YVVsl system commencing July For the Past Six Months, as Re- property, to appear in -Atlanta on July w bound to lose from $500,000 to that it keeps sweet longer and stands set out In the open ground after the

1, the passenger fare rates were reduced ported by Dun & Co. 10th. It will be remembered that the
; $700,000. The actual debts found so far np better when exposed to the air danger of frost ia past.
from five cents to four cents per mile on A New York governunt first appointed a commission foot $975,000.: ,
I the Charlotte Harbor division; the rail. : The business''failures dispatch for Tuesday the first says six; of which ex-Congressman Celmeots was up than butter made with ice. When Ice Where the soil is rich the Illy of the

road company deciding that the natural months of the present year are reported was the head to close terms for the land, EDITION Is abundant It, ia apt to be used too valley is one of the best flowering :

I Increase in- business on account of the by f. O. Dun & Co., to the number of lie reported that in the majority of cases THE SEIZEDI freely, aud the milk, cream and butter jilatti to grow In the shade. '
phosphate) boom'
would warrant such It was impossible to I
a agree a price.Bence
0,074, u upon
against 5,383 during the same be made too cold.
I reduction, and bring ia an amount equal period in 1890. The increase of 689 fail the above order, ex-Congressman: For Violation of the Anti-Lot Whether or not Lime added to the arsenites for the

I I tnlle to that obtained under the five cent per urea ia unusually large. Tne extent of Clements has been appointed attorney for tery Law. diluting the milk: has any influence ou purpose of spraying fruit trees tends I

rate, liabilities is also excessive, the amount the government is these cases. The land the churnability of the cream, remains to prevent injury to the
thousand of the foliage
Aa t..ljratl..II.na. A. '... owing by parties who have failed in 1891 will be condemned and work begun. The Detroit Twenty-eight copies to be tested, so far as we know.- j
Advertiser and Home Journal ,
bureau Florida U to bare an immigration footing up to $93,000,000, while. for the government has appropriated $32 ,OOO u issued June 26th held in the Detroit The Jersey Bulletin. Change the soil In the pots occasion

Ucla though the legislature has urns period in 1880 it was only $63,000,. a "starter in this great work. It U poetoffiee were unmailable ally, because If. used. too Ions it becomes '
*pealed the law defining the duties of 000 increase in that miles Monday u under !
indicating an liabilitiesof proposed twenty-eight of turnpikes -
unfit
for
the the
he bureau and lottery. law. The president vice health of the plantThe :
funds shall be
appropriating for $37,000,000. Notwithstanding the built to be beautifully WASH
u malotcnaoce. The office of the formi extreme extent of these casualties and level, macadamized and gravelled. There president secretary and treasurer of the TOR TREES. Connecticut Board'of Agriculture I

chief clerk* E. V, Vast Dem l I. the other adverse clecunut-nces, reports from will be fifteen mile of these road within Pustvffic company; were arrested on complaint of An Ontario correspondent of the through the U collecting !
Inspectors Fleming ana Pulcifer. grange
teed
- block all the advertUlug matter all: portions of the country, f iirutihed for a,. mites'of the townsita of Chicksnaug Maine Farmer writes as follows; list ,

4 paraphernalia In It, has been turned the siml aonutl business outlook indicate *, and they will furnish elegan'boulenrda filed Examination and was waived Information Take lime, .lake, and a of fruits, grape and vegetables I
a plea of guilty entered before prepare as for
ver to Cap Francis Inch. who beat suited to the toll and climate
will a fairly healthy condition of trade, for do living.Th '
Judge Swan of the United States ordinary whitewash In
ft old
at hU aa
n own expense, bucked by the and excellent prospect ia view of the barrel of that State TU1 is a good'
Florida Colonization and M. D. K. Jia1h'ea" district court, who fined the partiea $3 OO or box. enough at time ,
Mialog com large incroa'eof w alt) from a to make
a
jrraviag The track on the Macao Dublin and and cost. Idea.
ay, trusting that practical results win cro.&ad active InduntrUl enterprises. SavoMah has been laid tp a pout within






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Te Dle>. C.I.., "Oh,* tj*;;;;;;;man, ,thatfe not RWJM- Oh, my brother' without stopping to }look Prison Statistic

keadachM aad Fevers to clean the system REV. DR. TALMAGE one, that I. not fair; let every man parry hit *. to whether your hand tremble or not .
own burden and his without
pay own debts. That stopping! to look whether your hand -

,or wben the blood la impure SUN.. I have the means to meet It, and 1 come let me give you one warm, brotherly, Chris- that .
or rtoretab THE shows
BROOKLYN DIVINES to you and ask you to settle that obligation tian grip, and invite you right UP to the convict than in 18SO. This

to permanently cure habitual constipation,to DAY SERMON. you rIghtly say, "Pay your own debts. It heart to the compassion to the sympathy ho number of convict hallnc'realcd. 9.42 .'

_waken the kidneys and liver to a healthy you and :I: walking down the street, both to the pardon of Him on whom the Lord had per cent faster in a decade than the pop-
hale, hearty and well, I axk you to carry me laid the iniquity of u* all. Throw away ilatlon. Of the 41$ 233 convict in pcnicntlarles -
*rtlvtty, without Irritating or weakening', SCDJJCT;; !-"A trny but Rrco'ered.t' yon say,"and say rightly: "Walk on your your sin*. Carry: them no longer. I proclaim in the United States in 1890 the
them,nee Syrup of Figs. own feet. But suppose you and I were in a emancipation this morning to all whore
TgJCT }. "All tr_ like .) eep, Aam fjoii* regiment; and I WM wounded In the baths bound pardon for all sin, and eternal whites formed 67.63 per cent and the
The trouble Is that P few men are as good astray S C an i th_ LOrd hath laid and I fell unconscious at your feet with gun. life for all the dead. colored 82.47 cent. Of tho 80,540 white
a*they thinkiheir neighbors ehonld be.BO'InI"1 c*Him iniquity of*.aH."-Isaiah liil.A shot fractures and dislocations, what would Some one comes here tbi morning and I convicts, the native born represented

Iron Within ninety years at the longest all who you do? You would call to your comrade stand aside. He come up these steps. He 5.00 cent and the foreign born 93.79
BIUel"
cnres Dyspepsia Ma. hMror read this saying, 'Come and help this Is comes to this per
lana, BiUonmCTsand sermon will be in eternity. man help place. 1 must ftand aside. of
General Debility. Gives During the next less bring; the ambulance let take him Taking that per cent while the place of birth
Strength, aids Digestion tones the fifty year you will Dearly ; ; us place Ha spreads! abroad Hi.
rWitee appetite. The beet tonic for nerves-Nursing all be gone. The next ten years will cut a to the hospital," and I wou'd bo a dead lift bands and they were nailed. You see His JO-lOOths per cent wa unknown. Tho Thhandf'thns.

Mothers, weak women and children. wide swath among the people. The year In your arms, and you would lift me front feet, they were brutsod. He pulls aside the men formed 90.1 per? cent and the women with in'
1891 will to some be the finality. Such considerations the ground where I had fallen and put me lathe robe ant, hwe' you IIIs wounded heart. I 8.0 cent, showing 24.04 times as many deals lightly a woman

A..mau'lldea her ot being good to a woman Is to make this occasion absorbing!; ambulance and take me to the hospital! say. "Art Thou wearype ..Ys" lie says male per convict as female.A perfect health. But all functional )
opportunities to be good to him. and hare all "
kindness
and momentous. The first half of my textIs shown me. Would "weary with th" fOrld' woe. 1 say,
II....'. an Indictment, "All we like sheep hare there be any thing mean In your doing that \Vhf.Once comMIt Thou?' He says' "I come derangements and disorders
offer One ThiefWe gone astray." Some one sayst "Can you Would there be anything bemoaning In my from Calvary." I say, "Who come with Dog that Catches Sucker
aII1''_"Ot catarrb Hundred that Dollars reward for not drop the first word? That is too general accepting that kindness Oh, no. You would Thee! He say "No one; I huve troddenthe peculiar to ware .
takiDIf.Hall'e Catal'l'bure.cannot. be cured by that sweeps too great a circle." Some man lie mean not to do It. That U what Christ winepress... alone I say, "Why com,," leave Youneedn't .
1' J. CnuIY & lOohope., Toledo rises in the audience and he looks over on doe Thou here' "Oh," He says "I came here to Lost River Gap has a dog that pays for .
We, the nnderalgnl"d, have known ,}.'O.J. the opposite side of the hones, and he says: If we could pay our debt then it would be carry all the sins and sorrow of the people." his keep by catching suckers for bs raaa have them. Dr. Pierce's favorite
Chenev for the laet U years, and bell"'e him ."There is a blasphemer, and I understand better to go up and pay them, saying, And He kneel and He l&ytll "Put on Mr ter, tho Sdn Francisco The I
perted1y and honorable In all bu&inell tran.oac. bow he has gone astray. And there in another "Here, Lord, here I. my obligation;here are shoulders all the sorrows and all the sins." says canine catches tho fish In his Prescription come to j
!oDlOt financially able to carry out any ob- part of the house is a def rauder, and the means with which I mean to nettle that And, conscious' of 11own sins first., I take intelligent .
11&tlou made by their tlrm. obligation now me it them and teeth and it i Is immediately a gone sucker, your rescue as no other ,
W lIST & Xmux' "hol 1 he has gone astray. And there is an impure gin a receipt; cross put thorn on the shoulders of the
do, 0.WALDIIIG. <** <> Druggist, Tole person, and he has gone astray." all out." The debt I. paid. But the fact 1. Bon of Ood. 1 say. "Canst Thou bear any a* with a toss of his head he flings it cine can. It cures them.. For

KUlfu & MARTI, Wholel&le Sit down, my brother, and look at home. we hare fallen in battle we hare gone down more. 0 ChrIst He taysi "Yea, more.1And < high and dry Each sucker yields nearly '
Drugglall,Toledo, O. My text takes us nil in. It starts behind the under the hot fire of our transgressions, we gather/ up the tins of all those who a pint of oil which] sells, readily at eighty periodical pains, prolapsus and,
halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally act.; pulpit, sweeps the circuit of the room and have been wounded by the saber of pin, we serve at those altars!, the officers of the ,
log directly upon the blood and mucous surfaoeoof comes bark to tbe point from where it are helpless we are undone. Christ comes. Church of Jesus Christ.I gather up all their cents to one dollar a gallon, to a dog that other displacements, bearing, e

Price 750.th per''system.bottle. Hold Testimonials by ail sent fret. started, when it naym hAll we like sheep The loud clang heard In the sky on that Dins and put them on Christ' shoulder, and can catch a thousand or more in a seasonis down sensations and .all t
Uniggtou.VArWn have gone astray." I can very easily under Christmas night was only the bell. the re I sayj 'Vanut Thou boor any more?" He worth owning. fe

!KL : Gin and Machinery,Allan- stand why Martin Luther threw up bis hands sounding bell, ot the ambulance. Clear the says: "Yea, more." Then I gather up all male complaints" 'aaek.* '
ta, Ga. for the Son: of God. lie comes downto the mn of a hundred in this house
manufacture 'otton Gins Feeder. after be bad found the Bible and cried out, way people ,
Condensers,Pre-wen Cotton-Seed Oil Mills,teeachinery ; "0h1 I my Kins, my sins," and why the publi- bind up the wounds, and to scatter the and I put them on the shoulders of Christ, Safety Assured nesses, it is a positive remedy. -
>' Shaftlnc t-'ulleys.Tank Pumps, can, according; to the custom to this In darkness and to save the lost. Clear the and I PaT; "Canst Thou boar more!" lie '
Wind-Mills. Etc. Write for prices and dllo'III. the East, when they have any great day(grief, way for tho Son of UO<.I. lays: "Yea more." And 1 gather up all Mr. Winks (solemnly)-"A noted phy. It is a powerful, restorative
Christ comes down to see us!, and, we are a the sins of this assembly! and 1 put them ou
FITS stopped free by Pn. Kusr began to bent himself and cry as he smote siciau that deadly bacteria lurk in tonic and nervine imparting,
qRI&TanyRsTonER. ,
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dead, lift. lie does not lift the the sboulilers ot Go I and 1 says
::0.;: No Fit after fir-it upon his breast, 4>God be merciful to me a us with tip. the Son ot sayt"Canet and diseases
MaI'V\'I01I.I'11rl'lll. Treatise and Si day'snte. trnl sinner." of His fingers. He does not hue with one Thou bear them" 'Yea" lie says, bnnk-noti', many especially" strength to the whole system .

,f Hl.. five. Dr. Kline. KU Arch !St.. Phil,... P,. I was, like many of you, brought np in the arm. Ho comes dotvn upon His knee, and "more! ( ITal.pox. are *prc il thnt wny.
country, twd I know some of the habiU of then with a tImed lift He raise UK to honor but Ha is departing. Clear tho way for -"Storey on ul Oivo me in general, and to the utehIc'

sheep and how they get astray,and what and to glory and Immortality. "Tbe Lord Him, the Son of Uod. Open tho door and Ml: have right off. I'vo been vncel.natod and
my you appendages
Weak and text menus when it says, "All we like sheep bath laid on Him the iniquity of us all." let fli'ii pace out. He in currying our sin ktmow-Strcet Ss Smith's organs par
Weary have gone astray." Sheep get astray la two Why, then, will no man carry his sins You and bearing them away. We shuli tinTersee Good News.MAlARiA you ticular. It keeps years from
cannot successfully the smallest sin them Again. He throw them do..nlntothe
carry
ways!, either by trying;;: to get into other *
In early summer the warmer weather li esp* ture: or from bein? scared by the dogs. pa In you ever committed. You might as well put abysm, and you hear the long reverberating your face and figure-but adds
eltlly weakening an some us
reeling"M very prevalent The great benefit whlirt thought the way religion of Jesus got astrar.Ve Christ short on the otber. How nuch Ion can you carryall Lord hath laid the iniquity ot us all." Will syMnn by llrown's Iron Hitter I whlrhenriahon years to your life I's guar

people at this leMOn derive from Hoo<1'.Suupi-: xjmmoii- We thought there was better the sin of :your lifetime! Christ comes :you let Him taInt away your sins to-dnyf the blood,tones the nerves, slits dirt's- antccd to give < ..
pas- down "i Or do "r take of tion. Art like a chnrm on persons In Inur.,1
rfllaproves that this medicine "makes the wea'etronc. ;urngo somewhere else. We thought if wocoulu and look in your face and nays you sty, will charge them and .
." It does not act like a itlmuUnt, impart only lie down on the banks of distant have come through nil the laceration of mysulf; I will fight.: my own tattle; I will I bl'allb.llvlnl new energy every case. If it doesn'tiyour ;
fictitious but under these days and through all the teiu|>esti of risk eternity ou my own account. A When lights In his mind he always
ing strength, Bool's Saranparllli streams' or great oaks on the other side n man is returned.
of bill these nights. I have come to bear your burdens clergyman: _said trhll._ pulpit one_ Sabbath nut victorious. money
builds up In a perfectly natural way alt the weakened some we might be better fed. cnlll" .
!, and to sins, mid to .before next isntiiruuy' night: ; ono --
We pardon your pay /
wanted v
the blood other than that 1
purifies creates
part an appetite. pasturage;;:
debts. l'ut tbem My ot this audience will have passed out
Which God Jesus your on hoult1eri put
Christ
through our
soul and gave them on My heart." "011 Him tho Lord of life." A gentleman said to another Yon 4j'liiTo Know
Hood's we wandered on and wandered .
Sarsaparilla and we were lost. We wanted bread and 001 bath laid the inlquit tIS all." seated next to him, "I don't believe it. I ,
Bin baa almost postered the life out ohon\ mean to watch and If it doesn't! true
mold tIT aU drunlllt& '1; six for$1. lreparl only we found garbage. The further we wan- oom ,
!tyOL J.BOO!) 4 CO.. Lowell JUo.IOO dered, instead of finding rich pasturage, we of you. At times it has made you cross and by next Saturday night I shall toll that ..
found blasted heath aud sharpened: rocks unreasonably and it has spoiled tho brightness clergyman bin falsehood." The man seated Tbe continued use of mercury mixture, poison the system, brng 01 meroorial '

I Dos? _One. Dollar_ and more stinging nettles. No pasture. how of your days and the \pence of your next"to him said." 1'crhaps it will bo yourself. rheumatism and cause the bono td decay. The 1. 8.: 6. 8., ,,'
011 the other "IshnU ,
it in nlghta. There ore men who have been riddled no, replied;
the
was when lost
your child? Did worldly they come groups around and you con. of tin. Tho world give them no solace., live to be an old man." TAct night be force Impurities from the Wood, gives a goo appetite, and dlgettlon,
and volatile work] while breathed his lest
Gossamer tbe erot'nity
sole whole human frame. :
much Did not the plain the
you very build I
Christian man who came into home as they look forward to It, is black a* To-day the Bavlour cA.1ls. All may come. and up ,
your writhe under the of God a off. God, do- 'c
midnight. They stings never pushes man never
and more sat comfort up with than your all darling worldly child asaoolationsf give you a conscience which propose to give no rest .! itroys anybody. Tho man jumps off. It II Cood Advice.Three His Son Cured.

Did all the convivial neard here and no rest hereafter; nnl yet they do tuloldo-ooul suicide-it the man perishes,

comfort you in that day songs of bereavement you ever so not repent they do not pray, thoy do not for tho invitation is, "Whosoever will, lot I compelled throw Mr. W. n Itlnman of Mount Yerena.
do not realize tbat the him com8.VbollOevor, whosoever whosoever years ago 11 t
They just position of SwIfEssprings'
weep. 111. writes i
much the as
as to Hot flUlw.
song they song you, perhaps became of blood poison. "O'btl.
they occupy is the position occupiedby In this day of merciful visitation, np my place
the very song! that was sung by your little while into the physicians and mercury did me no Bpeollto(S. B. B.,)ourd my son pra.IU1
scores, hundred. anti thousands of men many are coming kingdom
child the last Sabbath afternoon of her of blood
life who never found any hope. of God, Joiu tho procession heavenward. I good. Through the adrloe of another 1 b of I stubborn (. .
If this meeting should be thrown open and Seated among us during a service wa a taking B.8. B., and a well and fled the best medical treatment available $
There it a happy land, far Tar swar. thepoople who are here could give Nielr testimony man who came In and said, "1 don't know gsa What to.da)1 1 say for have recommended S. B. B., to other tot ,
Where saints. immune! reign bright bright a.diiy. what thrilling experiences we should that there ia any Uod." That was on Friday at work medicine ain, except "go mor and oal do likewise.. the blood troubles and disease of the skin

hear on all sides I Them la a man In the gal- night.]; 1 said, "We will kuenl down and have never known to ear issay" '
t
Did your business associates in that day of lery who "'OUMMYI "I bad brilliant surroundings and find out whuthor there is any Uod." jAsrut KOOUT, Liberty, Tenn. t t
darkness and trouble give you any especial I had the best education that one And in the second seat from the pulpit we .

condolence Business exasperated you, of the best collegiate institution of this knolt. He wvl.li "I have found, Him
business! wore you out, business left country could give, and 1 observed all the There Is a Uod, a pardonIng God. I feel Him on StOOD 40 SkIfi OtSf4StS fitt.
AUCTION SALE you limp as a rag business made moralities of lire and I was self righteous, here." He knolt In the darkness of un. He loot ,

you mad. You got dollars, but you got nol and I thought I was all right before Unit a* arose two minute afterward in the libertyof Swift Co Atlanta' Ga.
>9I1ce. Clod have on the man who has The Specific "
mercy
I am all right before men; but the Holy the Gospel; while another ilttlng under __
of LOTS at nothing but business to comfort him. The (Spirit came to me one day and said, 'foil area the gallery ou Friday night said, "My opportunity --- ------ --_ -

world afforded you no luxuriant pasturage.A sinner;' tbe Holy (Spirit persuaded roe of i I Is gone; lust week I might have S8OOO GIVEN AWA573 ; ,.
HIGH POINT famous English actor stood on the stage the fact. While I had escaped tbe sin been saved, not now; the door u shut." \
impersonating, and thunders of applause against the law of the land 1 had really: com And another from the very midst of the TUB CANADIAN AaiUCULTUniSTS rOVBTn

CUMBERLAND ISLAND GA. came down trom the pallerios, and many mitted the worst sin a man ever commit meeting, during the week, rushed out of the GREAT IIAL .YKAULY
thought it was the proudest moment of hi. tbe driving back of the Hon ot God from ray front door of the Tabernacle, saying, "I am '
Thursday Friday & Saturday life; but there was a man asleep just in frontof heart' affections!, And 1 JaW that my hands a lost Plao." "Behold I the Lamb of God LITERARY COMPETITION
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him, and the fact that that man was indifferent were red with the blood of the Bon of God, who taketh' away the tin of the world."
JULY Oth, lOth and 11th, 1891. and somnolent spoiled all the occasion and "Now i the time. Now Is the day
and I bogan to came to my *
pray peace accepted
Clneet Oat.20,WIl,whim the following mafnlflrent
High Point. the earning "Long Bronob"the Sooth, "for him, and he cried, "Wake upi I wake heart, and I know by experience that what ot i* appoints. unto all ward will lie,Inn'rwrnunii,.n.II..ln the ifnmt num.re.
varronndwl.id*of ltbu br bean ult waur.bixutifnllr Atlantis laid ocnn out with on the P.rki.ei up So! little has been you ay thl morning is true, 'On Him tbe men ones to die, and after that-the Julg brr ul wont up out 1. I.lr.lu lIme. war :
and la beln. mad > one annoyance more ]laid tbe of all.' nieflt!" "HOMBMAOiJUNH"Mm
wide streets annum and Very* Lord bath iniquity us
traotlv by tmnrn.m.nta. Never befora wee luoh an pervading to your mind than all the brilliant ,.ar 1MO 'In ftiM! ; tad 'iMi;S.I. fJOO;Ilk, I.
Yonder is wbo would "I Was
opportunity offered Sr inTestinir io Lole: fur bummer and"successes. l'oor a man aayi ;6th fUu Organ,Ith, f.tJO of 1'on.
and Winter UitntM. Low exoaniinn rate, on ail, rail. congratulation. the worst drunkard in New York; I went Birds. nn.l 1 C rrl r f.; UentiUoIrt Witch; Ith, Slog 4,4ys
node to Brunnwiok a nd by boat to tn. I.and. pasturage for your soul you found in this from bad to worse I destroyed myself, I Extinct W laid .tU'6I; prtaw 5 2 nub. Chin) TM M> ,
Vor nlate. fifrenUri end further nartlcnlim, addreelBUli world. The world has cheated you, the ;< 60 Hunting C. ,, Wath. 10 Ik.. bUy..
Folia Cumberland leland t'o., world has belied the world has misinterpreted destroyed my home; my children cowered "There Ire only tour eggs of thisgreat Watuhn (all ) ." Mh 10
you, I .euh. and "Mat liVirhj l"o'f
O Ouniuurland Oa.Dinran when entered the house; when they put up prl$2 ; making*toli
At rarnea,Moron 0., I AOotloneer you, the world ha.persecuted you. their lips to bo kissed I struck them when auk now In this country, says an nwMtli,ranglni from II up'|I,6 All prUesaollnnd
Ilarry L. \\ll.ou,Atlanta, Ua..( It never comforted you. Ob I this world is ; "and valued at $500 ) frte In U. S and .,.., _
wife the maltreatment oologut they are
my protested against The moat be only
a good rack from which horse .on'
a may pick I kicked her into the street. I know all the each. It seems odd to think of a bird tamed t.wnril Otrl' l.'fmltllJ
bl,bay;i it is a good trough from which the Foreign nbwIaU nut Unwed; will
bruise and all the terror of a drunkard'iwoe.
.wInemaYCrUUCh their mesa: but it gives becoming extinct, but no one has seen a slmrulM anti plural of > be lluwed..It.
"GermanSyrup" blood I went on further and further from The we,.!. muit be c I, tl t, sud
food to soul bought and : i3\\
little a t
but God until the day 1 got a letter tutyingi Labrador duck, either since I860. Thereare fx-IIIUIe. the awarding of pr, .on
immortal. "MY DEAR HUSBAND have tried every but five mounted specimens ia exist: : The lUt eonUmlni the lerueit number o words will
What i*a soulf If is a hope high a* the ft ant prize, MconJ, end
throne of God. What; ia a roan? You say, way, done everything and prayed earnestly ence, and none of the egg arc ia exit- Bach IUI miut t. ,,,|>anM bf IT Iii month's
man" It i I. and fervently for your reformation, but it KlrtUad' warbler i another ubeorlpibm\ :i :' : =,ont of t
It is only a only a man gone oera.of no avail. Since our little Henry died, ence. the hml ': .
overboard in business life. What i* a man? with the exception of those few happy week. bird that i* rare Until recently but I I "IXIITKR only will count The Tin Fnciirn Caowl Jawcu were distrlk.
Tbe battle-ground of three worlds, with bin fepuUbon .laln The Aomoui.TUmirr flied and sold public the" poulla ,
hold of destinies of light or when you remained soberiny life ha been one seven had ever been captured, and these t I ample lan.a Uila Conipetlllon will! shape enabteson.toeasi reooe;"
hand taking
of aorrow. Many ot the night I have sat be ondll In lan.. So. stamp for full clltnand of the .,Tn
tflsw l
found in Cleve. same '
dIU kD88& A man I No line can measure him. all were a region near Tas tM AoaiouLToain, feter W.1IY.
the window with rice bathed in
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been No limit can bound him. The archangel before by my land Ohio leu than a mile turoaih, Cenada. ATCul Ibis sdiertlMiuwl out .If .tockand plea to exhibit
have
a great tears, watching for your coming. I am square. tai Bat appear wait* Rubles, IVarls .0.11-,
outlive him. The star
Asthma."I from Asthma the throne cannot broken hearted, I am sick. Mother and Specimen were worth $100 apiece. Hut moods, we have by ,largest

and severe Colds ment.shall die The but world he will will watch burn their, but extinguish he will : father have home been here but frequently love for and begged a little while ago t natural who : 98 % LYE south fine stones., and quote Iton't far ..pride seelnt ear( ..

Endless will toe to coma my you and visit the'Oaharaa Island LEJ4 J. 1' Btevens .;
on the conflagration. age chanced to came and Perfumed. Dr.
Winter 'and last Fan} my gaze hope for brighter day baTe always made "
every will watch the procession. A my the Bt., Atlanta, ,. tot c .
march on; be of bird and knowing .) "tw"l.I
friends well as myself thought me return them. That hope seems now beyond uPQn a colony ( \ -
as lot
manl The masterpiece Almighty. realization, and I have returned to what a mine be had truck, ihot about tronqest and purest Lye mad.. *rsi.iuirvx.:
because of feeble condition, andgreat Yet you say, "It i*only a man. Can a nature I Make the but perfumed
my them It i* hard, and I battled long before ) Ha '
them this
distress from constant coughing like that be fed on hunk of the wilder. doIng it. May Uod bless aud preserve you, twenty and took to country. Soap In\Ulnut without

raise of the n_' and take from you that accursed appetite When he began to unload the story ." ,. It softeningwater ,
and inability to any Substantial! comfort barren will soil;not. grow awl hasten the day when we shall be again came out and the market tagged, no that cleansing ...a.t pipes, iT

accumulated matter from my lungs, All OD we nature's can bout till Cnrist w* know living happily together. This will be mr now you can 'get a Kirtland for $5 or $0. disinfecting sinks,clOt wub

that my time was close at hand. li vanity' and ", tL daily prayer knowing that lIe bal aald, The Connecticut warbler i* another bird big hoLlieS, t t..t
of looking for 'Come unto me all ye that; labor and are PENNA. SALT MFQ. CO., iia
out for want of got astray by
When nearly worn Borne you
better ; other by being scared of heavy laden, and I will give you r llt.' From of Interest to oologiaU, because' no one Jeu. Agent* l'b1. fa.SMITH'S n.I.,.. Ha4 Breath la .
sleep and rest, a friend recommended the dogs.pasturage The bound gets over into the pasture your loving wife, MART. has yet seen iU Cjgs. It pause upon the UV A COLD 1 '
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fire Chreela ,
me to try thy valuable medicine, field. The poor tomg fly in every di. "And" so I wandered on and wandered Mississippi River In the early spring and .f Tkreal a.< )4alarr.
that "until I
Boschee's German In few moment they are torn ot on, say man, on* night WORM OIL stamp for q
rection. a probably mates far in the interior of JNVAbtU.U/ l"
and they are plashed of the ditch, passed a Methodist meeting house, .and I : '10
Gentle Syrup. I am con- the hedge never get home unless said to myself Til go in anti lee what theyare British North America, aud goes south In (0. -

fident it saved my the and farmer the lost goes sheep after it. There ia nothing; doing and I got to the door, ant; they the fall by the way of the Atlantic ca- For "WormsISASAFEAKD "RED EYE" TOBACCO

Refreshing life. Almost the first so thoroughly lost a*a lost sheep. It may wenln&1ni& tAll board. If any one can find the nest of ( 'NP&WS.Jf
have been In 1&7.during: the financial panic mar come. waotrer win, f F e.., F
in
with four it it
dose this little fellow JIUV4(1U. "
Sleep. gave me great the financial stress In the fall of This mao r recelfee poor slDaeri still. eggs ILEAI _.. .
reliefand a gentle refreshing or 1873 during.when you got; astray. You almost became And I dropped right there where I wa will be $200 In his pocket." -Timet- SURE REMEDY. Ulu.. .U'.UU.."UleeteowO TA1LU&

sleep such as I had not had an atheist You said, "Where i. God, and I said, God have mercy,' and lie bad Democrat. WavtODB
Sold Everywhere. CO Ooxxtav. I fl IWaaa\
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immedi- that honest wen go down and thieves proa- mercy on me. My home u restored my I w.U a JI well. U*** .
for weeks. My cough began !" You were dogged of creditor, you i wifesingiill day long during work, my UlUlm Will bow. if cii. a roar. taflTM.
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ately to loosen and pass away, andI per were dogged: of the bunks you were dogged children come out a long way to greet m* The Tonle Effect of BathID;'. A. N. U......... ..,Ten&7.e1'tn 91 ( Dr.J.U.UtLi4ileIMmffabRLY.Cs ,

found myself rapidly gaining in of worldly disaster, and some of you went home, and ray household is a little heaven.I .. .
I and some of you took to will tell what did all this for me. Itwa
into misanthropy you The tonic effect of bathing to caused
health and weight. I am pleasedto strong drink, and other of you fled out;of the truth that this day you proclaim, contraction of tho surface blood Life Worth ? I
inform thee-unsolicited-that I Christian association and you got astray. 0 'On Hun the Lord bad laid the iniquity of u* by the Living .
vessels which drive the blood back to
excellent health and do certainly man! that wa thela. time when you ought aU" ,
am in to have forsaken Uod. Yonder 1 III a woman who would says "I the larger blood Teasel, and the heart.

attribute it to thy Boschee'sGerman Standing amid the foundering of your wandered off from my father home; I These react and send the blood rushing No..Not if Your Bowels are Out of Order.
could heard the storm that pelts on a lout soul ,
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Syrup. C. B. STICKNEY, earthly fortunes, bow you get along ;my
without a God to comfort you, and a God to feet were blistered the hot rocks. I wenton .back to the *kln, causing the glow which

Picton. Ontario. _-- deliver you and a God to help you, suds and on, thinking that; no ODe cared for follow the bath 01 ought to follow it,

God to eaTs you! You tell me you have been my soul, when one night Jesus met me and the free respiration nnd tbe rigorous feel-
Sale through; enough busiae* trouble almost to U*laid 'l"oorthmg, go borne I your lather i* of the muscular The batb .
log system.
For
for mother I waiting for
kill you. know it. I cannot understand waiting you, your *
how the boat could live one hour in that you Go borne, poor thing.' And, air, I should always be followed by friction:

TWO chopped tea. But I do opt know by whatproonayou wa too weak to pray and I wa too weak to with the band! a brush or a towel. The

SAFES got astray; some in one way, and repent, bat I just cried out; lobbed out my frequency with which it should be taken ,-.
reallf sins ana sorrow on the boulder of Ulm
SECONDHANDMust some in another, anti if you coull my
the some of occupy before God of whom i,1I laid tbe Lord bath laid on depend entirely on circumstances. It
be Sold Cheap for Ca.h.JUdreM this position morning your soul you would burst into an Him the iniquity of u all." should be often enough to keep the pores

JOHNSON: PARKER t CO., .. agony of tears and yon would pelt the heavens There i*a young man who would say: "I open and the skin clean; for tbe skin!
913 ClaeDl..1! .Cb.ltae.iS.Tea with tb*cry s "Ood have mercy: r*t>>na1', bad a Christian bringing np; I came from does one-third of the breathing, and if WILL FIX YOU ALL RICHT. ,
to life I started well 1 tuft]
batterie have been unlimbered aoore your the country city ; ; "-
DK.Dt'YAL'1iI8t'PERWLt'OC8HAIR have heard it tbuii'ieri a good: position, a good commercial petition it is clogged the lung must do the work
HAIR I out, and at time you Cures Diarrhoea Summer J
Dysentery Cramps
, DESTROYER nbawageof ain 1* death." ",AU have. but one night at the theater I met *otn* and they will be overburdened. A* a ComplaIn f

ON THE I AmwTsa sr ataan nulaa nmKun.fnaraitta sinned and com shore of the glory: ol GodBy .* young men who did roe no good. They rule tbe more rapidly a bath 1* taken the and alt Stomach Troubles of Man, Woman or Chtd. .

(*ormJ ITEXJiCH..la JU|..t.a ep.and/n. .Jnm....... one man D entered into the world, and dragged r lost meali morals through and.the I ii host wer.or iniquity! better will be its; effect.-JSriwiyCitl- Take .. .. ..... J he. .. ....1. "-r Jr...le'.. nercliaBl will erder .*.
LIPS eaiunu Jr e i,.; bibi t.rtcme ItIe to i*. the MITt for that aU have sinned.. Toe soul and I was shabby sad w.'etche1L J wu gn- CM. 'fl

F'CE put.up.!.a...pi....Ul h.f.fck eta In.Ui.>lunn'p8 i.ae4 bi wgiatL W. wifi .eod 1& by gebastopol wa being bombarded, for me, when a young man tapped niece jgggy; IAMNDAflt:
-" "... *jv&... .'- Tin. tL: IU,. two Russian frigate burned all Bight ia the thcobouUarani Mid, "G UI'7., .o.o. with llomeOlade Snow Ia Ills Hat
ilkA (.0.. 1'.Q.li .1'.(;JU. harbor throwing a glare upon site trembling me and I will do you tfood.' _I looked at him LaJtaturt French relates I
a journal
.- fortrand same of you are standing in theI11gh' to a** wbctber b* was iodnl or not. I saw I '
: ..ot-Z. :: of IIOUI'I trouble. Therannonadocaake iut wa in caroMt and 1 seLl; 'Woat' do you that a
12PaACTICA&, :: ........'1: and th. yjiiflajr&tiofl your the mwtip1jcadoQ of mean,sir? 'Well.' n.replied, U mean U jot ,.pidllaloojf the street on scold, fair %; % J miCTlT VIGIl GRADE IN CV1HT PA*iTIC1>U Jt'l
./ :. and troubles 1htnk must will com to the niKOLlaif to-oigbt 1 and Lad by violent exercise t
--: Jour aorro' will be glad to iotrodno 1 will day b.a4 cuts 'n fi-rl ttf ttf MMh-t-rfjt IHnilrtttj l'sti> gu al I]

.cou.gcg. ,8._$L Sa ... the to the wing tip. ol Cod' bovering angels met you very at the door WiU you you come'ija.d brought Jtimself into a.condition of pro I llcttf I CUBS. Riit. KeTrolvtn, $peetla fl Boafa et UI tlatfi etc. HAllAIM

--- shiver lint the last part of my text opeM a door \ I, 'I will.I .' fuse peropirattoo, took off his tall Lat in : JWIN :i'. WVIll.LI: Ct). 1iOi'j'tflj--.l
MV tndWhijkyEabttm. wide anoiwn to l let us all out and to let all went to the place where I was tanT tC. saluting a friend. I i iA -
cured '" kMnI WUh the with aU I5.z.dmy.siIUaa well a* I could. I buttoued -
entar Sound itou organ h4 did be aatoalshed to feel
Out paul Hook of par *o, was
a1. ueuUnarat fRLE. toestopToat.; Thrum H on the harps wiLls lilY coat over a raf ged yeas aad went i;'
B.M % ObL1.EY.M.IS. Sfthertringi atone. With all the meiodT to the door of IM ebuca, and the young what wa appaieutly a slight fall of now ,

_WIwcU So Setet Lbs lleavZns pound U ta.ti. earth Ban tart-ma and we went ia; and a* I went upon hi* !brad, be found several uamU' .'
indirt eartla tell It to the beaveoa.jtfri ta 1 heard aa old mae pr.y ka ,oad b*locdtonocaitkamy Ukabl AtkesJof'mow. "
...... .*. VI5 the She of tauter I toULed nghlottt, j Bet Codgh Medicine. Recommended
ALL.ABOUrr.omTK e .. -The UJrd hat hid OIl Bias Uw iropbe Iniquity did sot aaU they ware all arwutd to kind aid *,- It b tupfMMed that the freezing outer> ura* *T.* "**? *?"*- Maat nd alarte.
I "
; .CU.t lUilj a.es....eso.e.PENS'ON UI alI. 1 am glad he mssu I by "JfJ: I." path*** that 1 law save my boar to -alxeoodeuwd the mcut warm air within UdMrea U* j it without cbjecOoDT By

slop to 01 pia.uaiOIa;it. IIWIleI'. kiwi of the .u4lbow tu noraia*that what yom the gentleman' UU hat so suddenly that j,
10 FII Bwa taroso,Utt* I say 1.IrUL 1 bellows tt ia inyowaty szpotteao '
ft. PIIIJ Il. WUI 01 tbe.arrec- veritable itora of miaUiu/e
00.
sweat", '
n(.' 'Oa Iiua .... M Rue tM Lwd hath laW su i- prO-I'
a&OfIJ.
"O..Erll I. TJF.K" of tM endhiOD !.'* portions vaa produced Ua .
".AaUL".TU Laid helM, we tbe aIQIIIIJ 01.511w .*.*.! epo




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8 THE' EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1891. "
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I' LOCAL NEWS. -Mr. J. T. Ilogg, of Ban GaBle, lain CO Ct OTS3SNG: :: !

town today ::c z

I... I Continued-from Page 1. -Mr. W A. Baugh, of Melbourne, Is (-: :-'hi poJIh o 'tr1' S: SSOEJS:: SaO: S'' \

In town this week. II =:If .
::r.
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-Cant. Q.'Stewart,' of Coquina, has Hsi =a n Every PJllr Guaranteed.Stock .
been spending a few days In town. -Dr. and Mrs. Wiley have gone to l a ot. SSB! : t4
Ormond for week g .'" ), most complete, and prices most reasonable for quality of goods..
a. or so. t' ) t1 0a ...::a AIao
-The framework of Capt.Jas.Prltch- t:1: a :: complete line of HOSIERY, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS *
ard's new residence is being pushed -The Robinson Crusoe Is on Simon : 0 f' b KIS'M 111 2: b. ; CD- ,
1S a 4 V, .tz:2:: : ... y
forward as rapidly as powlbla. .soda ways undergoing an overhaul. i h c .+ ::iJ.A: TS AND: CA p. + +

-Mr. C. E. Chaffee has been in town -Mr. Wm. Roesch, of Ean Gallie,, //II: &: S 0 Come and see the latest style In DERBY'S and CRUSH RATS

z< few clays this week and we are pleased who has been on a trip to Galnsville. returned lZ' fH0 t11f'C'

*onro him looking so much better'In home today.Mr. I g i 5& Ia 20 PerCent, off Straw Hats,
J. C. Carter,' of Klssimmee, II ; : a ..) ,
b I If
ll&S ytM Ma'I
To Close
health.Do : P. them
you want bargains in land? If again In town, stopping at the Indian B. 2= : ..(0 : : 0H Out

do read Robbins A: Graham's list River Hotel. E .
you 1 o CDrf IrI
of land bargains on the Inside page of -Miss S. A. Cooley, a sister of Mrs. m II C ee (U td Ro .r. c::> :!! DRY GOODS HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, ETC ETC

this paper. t.f. Hasklns, is stopping at the Indian River i"l& 5 i !:net sbn g ,

-The steamer Ancient City made Hotel. :z g 00CI ,-4 bm9z&11d

.special trip between here and Itockledge; -Mr. W.Wilson, of Eau Gallie arrivedIn P g.o... A, O & "More Value for a $ than Any Other House in the State
.on Monday, bringing up about a dozen town from Satsuma last night and :23.

left for home today.Mr. as .9) :
passengers.Mr. ... ..:... ....Ji J. P.' TURNER
John F. Lenaghan one of San- C. J. Hector, of Melbourne was SOLICr'J OQ ,.: gs & COGroceries

ford's prominent wholesale grocers, was In town this week, attending to his duties SOLIC :r S: H O: H rI1p Sj; --

In town Tuesday, on his way to attendto as county commissioner. M + pg '
business at various places on Indian -Mrs. Oaulden's mother,'Mrs. Stevens :j pu ;:OOi"'OS-H: : F EZI. :se :c7% ,

River.,. left here on Wednesday for Kansas, .8 15 a: -.: .. -l p P g g 1"CD

53T" subscribing $1.80 per annum whore she expects to remain some r It g CD a Grain, Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizer
for the ADVOCATE, it will only cost months. CDSS'
you !: e.p .
Included E //II: 7o .. M /: OO3 l4J I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
Three Cents Per Week Postage a'N
-The meeting at Messrs. Jones A: At .. ..
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to any part of the United States. kinson's to-morrow, will be at 10 o'clock, O//II: .... m w Staple Ac ITa-iiey 03-roeeries, Fruit

-There are groat improvements goingon when all those who subscribed to the rIJCD !=I" Msas m And Food ProductsOf
Fourth of celebration (A
In the pineapple business, on the pen be present July are requestedto I AH Kinds.. Also My Stock of

insula, near Tropic. Captains A. Bennett -
Grain Bran Cotton Seed
Meal
-The steamer Georgiana Is now run Hay, ,
J. B. Smith and Roy McFadden are ,
ning between here and Melbourne, and JAMES HOLMES, President Ground Food and Wheat.I .
preparing the ground for the above pur BREVARD COUNTY
the St. Luck has been running to Jupiter ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary. am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above line of
pose. and back. Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite :your correspondence and solicit
-Mr. William F. Richards, of Eden, your patronage. Very truly
-The notice of Incorporation of the STATE BAM INDIAN RIVER 33.
was married to Miss Maud L. Willman. L. :BR11.DY
Titusville and Canaveral Steamboat and
of Menominee Mich. last ,
Friday, July \
Transportation Co. will be found on fifth "
4th, the Rov. Jno. Foy, of Titusvllle, page of this Issue. COCOA FLORIDA REAL ESTATE GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
officiating. The happy couple have the Attorney-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.

best wishes of tho ADVOCATE for a long -The highest temperature in the Incorporated 1880.CAPITAL Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.
:life of health, wealth and prosperity. shade this week was on Wednesday EXCHANGE
when the Weather Bureau thermometer
-Tho musical instrument manufactured : : ,
registered 04 degrees in tho shade. Paid Up, $2 .000. Robbins & Graham
by Mr. II. W. Allegor, whose '
Authorized, $100,000. COCOA Indian RiYer FLA.
Alfred
advertisement appears In another column -Mr. Donncgan, clerk at the ,
Indian River Hotel started for his homein -
are justly celebrated. They are ,
cheap only in price and good music adds Kissimmee this morning, and expects ACCOUNTS SOLICITED LAW LOANS AND. REAL ESTATE.
of All Kinds Bought Sold and
Property
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4io much to the happiness ,and content- to be away three or four months. Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. ,

ment of our homes that wo would like -Mrs. Frank Brown was suddenly DIRECTORS:, Exchanged.

*;o sec many of our readers buying of called to Jacksonville this week in con- G. S.JAMES IIAnDEE HOLMES, President., Vice-President. Q All Inquiries-will be promptlyand We have For Sale a Large List of Carefully Selected Indian
:Mr. of a serious accident to her
Alger. sequence
R. B. IIOLMES, Cashier. reliably answered. Fire Insurance
-SIr William Gordon-Cumming's mother-through a runaway horse. ALDEHT A. TAYLOR, J. M. SANDERS, written in standard companies at lowest River Properties.,

favorite beverage in the field is brandy -Stop at the Travelers Hotel when you J. F, WOOTEN. rates.

and soda huge tumblers of which he go to Jacksonville; under the manage Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast',Line

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present at the death of Captain Burnaby 3rd page. -tf

the heroic soldier and traveler, -Capt. Harold S. MacLalne expects The Co. LANDS.Florida .
and with his sword cut down one of to start down the river, In his small Clyde Steamship Southern Railway, Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway Company

Burnaby's fiercest assailants, in the late yacht, next week, stopping at Eden, Lands. Dittston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,
British war in and other Low Priced Lands.
Egypt. hobo Sound and other places.If .

-Capt. John B. Smith came up from any of our business men doubt :Money: : to; Loan Llxv ,ys oxt :EInnd.At : : .

lila place on the peninsula, back of Tropic that Titusville Is a live town, let them Ten and Twelve per cent, in sums to mil.

last week: bringing with him Mrs. take a trip to other portions of the State, Write for Descriptive Price List qf Carefully Selected Properties

,Smith, who left here for Jacksonville, and they will be convinced by: comparison. Address, p. o. box 108, Titusville, Fla.
Saturday, on her way, north, where shewill .

remain until November. Mrs.Smith, -Mr. Smith of St. Lucie river, well
,on her return, will take up her abode at known as Alligator Smith, was drownedat .ED"'I3T ]E D STCZ.NG.
her residence on the which St. Lucie, on the 4th Inst Mr. Smithwas
peninsula, Cocoa Indian :River :Florida
she Is anxious to have named "Sunny highly respected by his numerous ,
friends and acquaintances on Indl.yi River Dealer in
Side.Mr. who very much deplore his untimely
Lewis Powe and daughter, Miss death. PAINTS HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE & AGATEWARE
;
Powe came to town from Now York Charleston and Florida Lines.The ,
up Rockledgo -Judge Hallenbeck, of New York; PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS A: PUTTY TABLE
on Tuesday, on their way to Ashville,N. and Mr. Wm. P. Franklin, publisher of & POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,

'0.; Ansonla, Conn.; and other places the Coxsackie New, Coxsackle-on-the- magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed & WIRE CLOTH.

north, and expect to be away the remainder Hudson, New York, arrived on last to sail as follows : DOORS, SASa:: :, :BLXN'DS, BRIGS: : ,

: of tho summer Miss Powe found it night's train, and gave the ADVOCATE (STANDARD TIME.) Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.

rather warm, In the Rocklodge hammock, a pleasant calL They left for Cocoa From New York. From Jacksonville. Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Gauze
and thought a change to the mountainsof this morning.The (Her 20,11:. K.) STEAMER Florida. Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline! Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
North Carolina would be an Friday, June 26th, tSp. M...."IROQUOIS,".. .Thurtday, July 2(1 at 1.00 P.M. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty Lawn Mowers, Ice
.
Improve.ment. Atlantic Coast Ice, Fish and Monday, June Ztfth at 3 1'. K. "ALOONOUIN; .....Sunday July .ti at 8.00 1'... Cream Freezers Brick Lime Cement and
Wednesday July lit,Iota p. .....;"CHEKOKkE,".......Tuesday.. July 7th, at BJO A... ;
Canning Company have ordered all their Friday July 3rd,a13 P. M.....U."YEMASEK.Thure July lab, at '6JO A.M. Chimney Pipe; Flags & Bunting;
-Miss Allie Martin of Indlanola, who machinery, and expect to begin the erec- Monday. July 6th,a13 p. ..,.,.'..BEMINU LK."........Sunday July 12th at 9M A... Table and rocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc.
has been on a few weeks' visit to St. Wednesday, July 8th,at 3 P. ..,... .mOQUOI\.Tuesday.: July 14th at 10.00 A... Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free Correspondence
tion of their buildings\ In a few days. FrIday. July 10th.at 1 P. .."ALGONQUIN.! ......Thursday, July 16th at 11.00 A... solicited and estimates on application.
Augustine returned home on Wednesday Monday July 13th,at S P. M.'CHEROKEE.Sunday! July lutn, at 2.00 P... furnished promptly.WHOLESALE.
This energetic concern hopes to have its Wednesday, July 15th,at 3 p. N."YEMASSEE "..,,,...TueuLy, Julyal.t..t 8.30 1'...
by way of Now Smyrna and Titus- extensive business in active operation by Friday. July 17th,at 3 P. M......BEMINOLE1..Thunw.y.' July 23rd, at Lao A.M.
vllle. Barring the Ions of Monday July 20th,.t 8 p. K."IkoOtro ........Sunday July aith, at 8.oo A... TWO.:: F. LE 'AGS-S.l3N'
some baggage, October 1st Then Titusville will boom Wednesday, July !Bd, at 3 P. w."AILiUNQUIN,"......Tuesday, JulyaKtb. at 10.00 A... : ,
she reports having enjoyed herself immensely Friday. July S4th at 3 P. tl..i'CHKlU. ) \EE' ........Thursday July suth, at 11.30 A.M.
as she never did before. Monday July i'7tb..t S P. *.....' YKWAft.HhK.1' ......Sunday. Aug. 2il., at 1.30 P...
in the Ancient City, and strong4y Wednesday, July :l\ltb...ta P. "8EM1NOLE.".. .Tuesday Aug. 4th, at 8.00 1'...
-The Commissioners
advises those who have not seen the County spent a Friday, July :11.t. Iota P. x."IRUQUUIS,1..Thursday, AUj(. 6th at 5.00 A.M. GROCER
whole day going through the tax books, ,
above city to do at their earliest
so convenience.
and only made one change. They highly St. Johns River Line.For .
She loft her mother In New
Smyrna to look after the lost baggage complimented Mr. W. R. Sanders on Flour Tobacco and Fancy Butter
Specialties
and
the neat correct manner in which he Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on ,
and a horse they had bought. I kept the books, and also on the equality ,
of all the value.
the St. Johns River.
Captain Benjamin Hogg, wife and I
Mrs. Anderson and Miss
daughter
son; also Mrs. Tyndall (their daughter) Ethel, who have been stopping with Mr. S.A.NF"OB.D: FLA.
whose marriage was noticed in our columns and Mrs. Mabbette for some time past, Steamer "EVERGLADE"Lea"

a few weeek ago, arrived in town started for New Smyrna. yesterday, on Leave* lord Mondays Sanford SundaysTuesdays: ).and Thursdays.. at JJO P... Return BUTTER & CHEESE in Cold
their to Daytona. These Ladies lug, a ,Wednesdays and Fridays,at 10 A. Storage.The .
last Friday night In time to take in the way
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have made friends their
during
many Steamer 'VSTELAKA"Lea.
ball and
remained here until Monday lta'ln Titusvillo and their return here
morning when they took the train for at some future,period win be hailed ...Jacksonville for'Banford Mondays. and Fridays, at 8.30 p... Returning leaves Only Cold Storage in South Florida.? Correspondence respectfully
Sanford Sundays and Wednesdays t.oo. M.
:New York. with pleasure. Mrs Anderson Is a sister
They will remain north and solicited.
The above steamers are fitted up with flnt-cla accommodations for passengers, and the
make that city their headquarters for of Mr. Mabbette. tables will be supplied with best In market.

several months, returning to Indian River -Captain was the and rendezvous Mrs. C. F. Fischer's for a small residence General Passenger and Ticket Of fice,88W. Bay St., Jacksonville.F. .. CONTRACTS TOBACCOS SOAPS & PEARLINE

about October 1st They expect to but pleasant musical party on Wednesday .M.IRON MONOE ,Jr.. Florida Passenger Agent 88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla. ,
have W. F. OLDEN FAY.J. Traveling Passenger Agent,6 Howling Green,New York. 9my-3mo
a good time and there it little evening. We are glad to see some
Freight Akenk
O. PEW!. ,on wharf,foot Hogao8t.t.Jacksonville,Fla.JOMNL.HOWAItIik'urbLlrnlght
doubt their anticipations will be real of our residents taking the Initiative in Agent,foot Laura Street,Jacksonville.Fla
ized. these pleasant musical re-unions, and J.A.LESLIE,Superintendent,foot Laura Street,Jacksonville,Fla
shall again be pleased to see Mesdames THEOU .O.KU KB.Trame, Manager I Howling Green,New York.
MARSHALL II. Asst.Trafflo Manager Bowling New York.
-The CLYDE. Green
Norwich Morning Bulletin says:
Fischer, Robbing, Turner, Wager and
"Big pineapples; eight from Florida Gruber come to the fore as of old, and WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Agents., ,
that weighed stir up the musical geniuses around
sixty-four: pounds Mr.
IS South Wban..l'1illade1pbla. a Bowling Green,New York.
:frank II. Allen, who for several :years town.The
has been Interested in Florida, exhibited East Coast Transportation Company ...
while doing a remarkably good
la the store of Welcome A. Smith Wednesday business for this season of the year, JNCJ: A.rT RIVER ::OTEL, I

eight mammoth pineapples, hardly hoped to pay expenses duringthe ,
whose aggregate weight is sixty-four: and summer season. But along about
one-half pounds, the largest weighing next January,February and March,when TITUSVILLE
the tourist Is on hand and the orange
ten pounds. These apples were raised crop is moving In good shape the J. W.
by Mr. C. T. Verbeke a friend of Mr. Sweeney and a companion boat will Indian River,

Allen living on Indian River. Mr. very be on top, and the stockholder and people g Fla.
beke has of this variety of pineapples a will be happy. h-weekll trips last ADVERTISE l'in this
season furnished a handsome profit, but Paper
piece of ground 60ft square, or one a daily service without those periodical ;
twelfth of an acre, yet from this tract, delays In the Haulover und other canals, ; L M. MAUBETTE
not so large as the floor of Breed Opera will make a bonanza out of the new lino. FBOPB. Terms on Paso 9e.k .

home. The pineapples of Indian River -The long-expected 400-llght dynamofor -
the TUusville Electric Light Company .
section
are the
acquiring same degreeof I arrived yesterday, and weigh about Open All The Year.
popularity enjoyed by the oranges' 8,00011)8. It is quite a cumbersome pieceof
grown there. In comparison with the mechanism to move around; but )
Bahama and Jamaica pines, these have Messrs.. Ender A Gray were on hand Only a few minute'
'the advantages of fine flavor and seeing to its removal and fixing In posit, walk from Railway depot
greater ion, and everything 1a upectea to work and Steamboat landings. !
sirs and also 9 "
of convenience to market smoothly about a week' time. The
the fruit exhibited by Mr. Allen being dynamo Is a Thompaon-Hou.ton. There On the banks of the .. '

picked and shipped. last Friday" U- Continued o"JftA pGf' far-famed Indian River '

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