East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 27, 1891
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
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LOCAL NEWS. -Mr..Cha Snider of Toronto Can- -Mrs. T. A. Snider and Ed. t Snider -Mr. A. V IHwock! wa ImTltusvflle -Stop at tho TitusvllU Moat Market, -Mr. P. E. Peck of Woodbrldget, .

ada, was In town yesterday.There of.Cincinnati, O., were In town yesterday. on Wednesday and paid his r pecb. to on Washington Avenue when you come Mass., who has boon stopping) for some 4r

were over one thousand tourists -Mrs. C. M. McCormiok, of Clinton, the ADVOCATE.Mr. to town. Fresh (eggs chickens, vegetables time past with! Mr. E. A. ChAt otd, AtRockleitgc

Soviet and General Gossip In connection on:Indian River last Saturday. Iowa, was In town Friday afternoon.Mr. and Mrs. II. D. JuU". of Philadelphia beef, pork\: sausage*,Tenncsoe butter took a trip to Broatly Sate" ,.", ;

with tlons daring Indian past River week.And Lake Brief Worth mention sea of -Money t Moneyt Money 111 I J I to and Mrs E. N..Patton, of Philadelphia who have been on a trip down ctrv E. J. Davis manager. *t.f. day Mr. Peek \\'Rilin Florida 80 different yearn + ;.,t

I Interesting Events About People Yon loan on real estate' Apply to Robbins; Pa., were at the Indian.- River the river, arrived hero yesterday and -To destroy bugs on squash anti cu- ngobuteircumstanooewerevery; ,
that time. Lie wl0118
with him at i
Know, and Penple Ton I>on't Know-' Graham, Titusville,,Fla. Hotel on Tuesday. are In town today.Seventythree cumber vines, dissolve tablcsptonful
of crow that started ins sailing vowel
Picked up by Onr Society Editor
-Miss Anna Reed, of Indlanola who rr-Only one mall pen day to Titusville persons registered' at of saltpetre In a pall of water; put ono bound from Galveston to Philadelphia

has been Indian UiVcr Hotel on Wednesday.Lant pint around each hill, shaping tho earth
spending a week or so with at present. We trust "tho powers that and when near Indian Rives Inlet the

-Mr. N. R. Johnson of Indlanola friends at Cocoa returned home Mon- be" will cut our supply down to.a tri night every room In the hotel wan so as It will not. spread much and tho ship won blown ashore In a gnlo and ".

"was in town Monday.We day evening. weekly service.Mrs. occupied. thing Is done, says the Southern' Cultiva became a complete wreck. Thoso;whose t

understand the Eau Gallie telegraph Parties wishing a first class article Lorimicr, Miss Laura Lorlruler =G. Altroe has received shipment tor. 11,... wore saved started: up. the beach ", ;,

office will shortly be closed. of pure guava jeUle will do well to call and Mrs. F. M. Ironmonger left yesterday of the new process vapor stoves. Theyare -It (Is rumored In Orlando, tl.ttt the and just before they reached. Canaveralono

-Divine service at M. E. church next on or address Mrs. Sarah M. Allen, morning for a few days' stay at thePonce abuse death to any stove on tM market Orlando, Wlntar-Park nd Lake Jcssup of their number died and wait burled i

Sunday at 11 o'-clock a. m., and at 7:30 Georgiana Fla. 2044Rev. de Leon In St. Augustine.For ; has three homo argand stove at 50 road Is to bo continued to Rocklcjgo at ,. the remainder of the survivors continuing

,m. per cent,oft cost, come 1\IIIIII'e them.. *1 once We hope the report maybe truo Aftoa four weolcrf '
.p.. S. F. Cove who preached at sale, 1,000 acres of land frontingfour tho journey.
Should you want poultry or, eggs I Eau GalHe on Sunday left for TltusviBo, miles on Indian River In, South -Mr. Samuel Hen tall", of Boston, -bnt Orlando has cried "wolf so of ten of terrible hardship they arrived at St.

write to P. S. Johnson, Seville, Fla., Monday on his way to Oak Hill and Brevard. For information, address W. Mass., who bas been hero some little on railroad extensions will wait and Augustine. Thin unfortunate experience

which is a well-known and reliable firm. other places. A. Baugh, Titusvlllo, Fla. 2<*t.f. time looking for n good locality hero see what wo trill! see.. of Mr rock ended Ida career 'as A ,1

See their ad. on page 5. -Mrs. O, deCarncan and her sister, of -Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Morton and Mr. he can make winter home, took tv trip -Mr. fleoro F. Boyd,. first assistant navigator. of tho mighty docp*and 'he' la { y

-MlslI Mary Furlong of Rochester New York, who have been on a trip to Schuyler, of Heath.who have been on a to Mrs. Sockett's grove, at Heath, Wed general passenger agent of tho Great now enjoying himself on.ll1dlan litter. \

N. Y., arrived in town Saturday on her Lake Worth returned here Tuesday throe weeks' yachting trip down the I I nesday. Pennsylvania WilY Company, passed: -

f :. ,way to Eau Gallie where she visiting and hAvo been spending; a ,few days in river returned here Friday: last, after I -1,000 boxes of orange and over.' 100 through Titusvlllo en route north' lastMonday UPI.nrata Continue o"I'CI1t! 8, L.
and said he had
& Mri; and Mrs. Carey. town ere returning to their home having had a most enjoyable outing. passcngoii graced tho- (decks o-l tho never 'appreci .
on her trip.last Saturday. ated tho beanty of Florida, until be had ..----- -' ,1
-Mr. S; Kitchen Sebastian's, prominent J3T: subscribing;f 1.50 per annum -Owing to the low water and very up the Indian River and Lake Worth
The must have felt rich when ho seen
merchant was in town yesterday for the ADVOCATE it will only cost you heavy load, last Saturday the Sweeneywas purser countries.Mr. THOUGHTS FOR THE PEOPLE
figured the earning for the day and ,
and to day and gave our office a pleas- Three Cent Per Week, Pottage Included, unable to land at the dock atSbarpe'll. up
found they exceeded f.V>0.00. It beginsto and :Mrs. R. W.. Motrger: son
ant call. to any part of the United States. This to the great disgust of the -
look as If the E. CV T. Co. might be and daughter, of Chicago, who have t..Uvltlell'wore
learn that Mrs. Dcisoncr has small sum will not ruin you. shippers at that point who had about The joyous Christina
able to weather the gale for a few weeks been staying at the Trtutler hotel l Eau week and
100 of waiting for their celebrated only a few ago- ;
boxes oranges
from Mrs. Titus the -Mr. Walter Hawkins traveling -
purchased, property passenger
longer. Hut some corporations like Gallie, for some time, writes tit to the made the advent
on the south side of her store for the agent of the J., T. & K. W: Railway favorite. stand home the good resolutions oa
people can't prosperity effect that again having
some they arc ,
still fresh In !nlom.
down of 100 Hand A Turner the Titusville pho of tho New Year are '
.sum of $500.Judge brought a party over
We shall time at Jacksonville St.
tographers offer you, fer the next 30 see. spent some ory.. We aro In the midst: of the Lenton ,
J. T.: Small of Lgwlston, Me., tourists on Saturday after placing and Tlioa asvlllo G....
Augustine on
-Rev.. J. T. Ilmntlngton, son and when above all
days one doc of their fine cabinet pho- season-a period, others
them in the care of Mr. J. M. Lee of
who came south with a party of about he returned to Jacksonville.Mrs. to's and a life size enlargement for only daughter, left here- for Cocoa Friday their way,home. They had.. very enjoyable we should try to bu full ef charity, and 1
,, 100, arrived in town yesterday. He gave I $10.00. Price of enlargement withoutphoto's afternoon Rev. MR.. Huntlngton, whole trip.' The letter concludes by carry out tho commandment; "To love \

our office a pleasant call to-day. Mary B. Reese, of Seattle, W. tof)(). As they guarantee their an :Episcopal: clergyman from Hartford saying: "My object In writing you Is ono another and our neighbor as our .

-Mr.John Aspinwall, of Eau Gallie T., who was to lecture at the Presbyterian work to be satisfactory, everyone wishIng Cbnn., conducted service on Sun- to send the ADVOCATE, as I wish to selves." And yet these are not the 'ftHo '/ '

Is in town to-day. His mother who is church on temperance Monday evening a fine this portrait should avail" themselves day. They all retained to Titusville on subscribe." thought that have engaged the Intellect
of 'Samples
visiting him, expects to return to New unavoidably failed to carry out shown at t*P. Turner & Co. 2* Monday and took the afternoon train. -Hon. Gardner S. Hardeo and W. J. of many of our people for the past fow f j jweekv.

:York on Tuesday.Mr. her programme In consequence of the MI Huntington was on her way homo Duncan a prominent commission man Under the very heading we
-Mr. Jacob S. Curtlss of Chicago
late arrival of the train. She will however

A. G. LaGow of Fort Pierce arrived in town Saturday. Mr. Curtlss' to Hartford Conn. of Now York were In town oa Monday havo soon fit to adopt, there appeared in
lecture at the above church next
was In 'town yesterday on his way to Is the father of Mr. Carl Curtiss, the on business ,of Importance connected print a fow week ago Thoughts for 3 ,a
at 720 o'clock,
: Monday evening :
Oxford Fla. He did not forget to subscribe well-known and affable purser on the I with transportation matter. The California the people'* full of malice still ealculated -

for the ADVOCATE: while here. -Mrs. E. C.. Dearborn, of Jacksonville steamer Georgiana. He left here Wednesday I Fruit Car Company as a result of to provoke bltternes and .animos

-We hear that Mr. S. II. Thurston, ; Mrs.L. Dearborn, of Aurora Ill; for Mr. Curtlss' place-the Warranty Satisfaction and Quit-Claim, their visit will ru'n their refrigerator ity. If wo would stop for a moment ;;
and Mrs. F. A. Dearborn, and two children Deeds,'Lease, eta, for Sale at the ADVOCATE cars Into New Smyrna, and the Senator and reflect how little good can como'' K
,of New York Is painting a picture of Pines-down the river, where he will,
'Indian River and Rockledgo. :Mr. Thurat of Wayne, Neb., arrived in town probably remain for one or two monthsere office. sent two car load up, via tho Sweeney from unkind and Irritating allusions, hTword

Saturday. On Monday Conductor Dearborn Wedding ___ Card yesterday, to go via all rail from tho new of mouth or In print our utter .
n is a celebrated landscape painter. returning to Chicago.
and his father arrived here. Con- J We shall be pleased to) t railway terminus for shipment of Indian anues would be shorn of their biting':!
Wallace e
and T
-Quite,a large and pleasant musical ductor Dearborn and family have removed -Mr. : I receive share of your [ River fruit. The warm weather Is said sarcasm and tempered with charity
party gathered In the parlors of the Indian Kllng Mrs. Fisher J. D. }Fisher Geo. B. 10 Job Work-envelope-*, Gq s i
from Jacksonville to Titusville { } to. necessitate this step a* fruit via How few of us, having lost our' temper ,
River Hotel last night, when vocal Christian, Mrs. Christian V. Kllng, W. :! letter-heads,note-heads *
and Instrumental music was largely In- where they will reside permanently.We Harding P. G. Harding, E. J. Fairfield 1 bill-heads, statements r steamer is arriving In unsatisfactory con have failed to deeply regret onr mil '\; to
welcome the above to this town.
In. of Marion Ohio; and Frank Laws of p [or anything else. dition. conduct, and have not resolved In future
-The Treutler Hotel, at Eau Gallie Chicago, arrived here last week on their ---- -A* stated In our last Issue SenatorM. to make an effort and govern our pass :'t

-Mr. and Mrs. S. Munn and daughter is quite a pleasant place to atop at. way to Indianola. On Saturday Mr h S. Quay and son, Richard arrived ions. t

of Montreal Canada, who have been on Among those who are now staying therewe Wallace and a few of the above party here on Friday, on his way to bill placeat Somo writer ha* said "revengo 1*..

: A trip to Lake Worth and other places notice Mr. R. B. IIevenor and Miss on board the Solid Comfort started on a -Mrs. A. Cole of Baltimore Md., St. Lucie. On leaving Washington, sweet" and the sentence ho pained ana ..

down the river returned here :Monday, Ilevenor, of Red Hook N. Y.; Mrs. E. cruise down the river. After reachingas will do fashonablo"dressmaking at the Tuesday, he said-"I go to Florida to proveb. But It I II false. When the,. .

On their way home. T. Cudell and son and daughter, of far as Melbourne Mr. Wallace returned residence of :Mrs. E. II. Titus. Cuttingand stay till the last of March. I am very object of our spite J* finally mddo title .

se -The Jacksonville! Jfetropdii says: Chicago; :Mr. and :Mrs. T, F. Dixon of to'Indianola, the others! continuingthe fitting' speciality. l4t much run down In health, and I am simply suffer tho punishment wo have aimed to I

"'TJ e, people of Biscayne Bay and its Port Byron N. Y.; Mr. W. S. Gregory journey to Jupiter. commanded to gb by my doctor for Inflict-while we may not be Inclined to. f

4-x vicinity need not be .surprised if they of Hartford, etc. -Dr. B. R. Wilson who has been downto for two months' rest, which he say I II announce to the world that we are sorry

should see the trains of the J., T. & K -Mr. Wm. M. Merwin accompaniedby -Mr. and :Mrs. R. R. McConnlck of St. Lucie to medically attend on Mrs. absolutely demanded by my physical and ashamed for the course, we havo. 1

:t w Railway that section by the opening his estimable wife, were at the county Lake their Worth way came to attend up to the town exhibition Tuesdayon at Minor S. Jones' mother returned to condition., Dlulc Den Sooy and myself pursued-yet, each ono that road thi*

of a new year seat last Tuesday. They had notified We to town yesterday.The will camp. out near Punta Rassa, and article will recollect how unsatisfactory, t
Jamaica. were pleased
-The remainder of the combination their attorneys, by telegram, the night Kingston and noted steamer Ramona, of Eau Gallie will spend the time In fishing and hunt I.I the "satisfaction" we obtain from
while In
meet town
: lock-boxes having arrived, Postmaster before that they would arrive at a cer- in command of Capt. Eugene Brainard ing. Theeseaalr is a certain cure for such course; and away down In out
health looking.
how well in they were
hd f Scrimgeour has placed the whole of tain hour so as to insure their presence.Mr. Worth with them. I II now doing a flourishing business at my sleepliM.ness, and we will strike the heart of hearts we feel mean and small
Lake evidently
them In a position facing east, and the Merwin was somewhat amused to Mrs. McCormick informed agrees us that they that charming place-Rocklodge. best season of the year for tarpon Ash In fact ashamod of ourselves, and realize, s

postoffice now has a more attractive see the despatch delivered In his presence -I to be about three week or -Mr. J. F. McAboe of Glenwood lag, while the boy, I reckon Dick and tho truth of the word of the wise! king'r

appearance than ever-thanks to our some hours after his arrival. expect away who was in town last week informed us Ben, wilt go for doer. But we all enjoy who said: "He that rnleth hi*,,own I l
safe and
I so, and we wish a pleasant '
energetic postmaster.. -Tourists have been going to Rock-' Mr. Will McCormick did he had purchased the fruit from a number camp life, and near Jupiter Inlet, where spirit I III greater than ho who taketh a

-The steamer Sweeney went up with ledge Cocoa and Lake Worth by the not voyage.with his father and mother, as he of orange groves on Indian River we will go can be found the finest fishIng city" The man who would be leader _

+ 1,600 boxes of oranges yesterday Hon. thousands this winter, and Indian Riverin Is go in the neighborhood of Key aggregating about 20,000 boxes. Up to In Florida. A* to politics I have among men and acqulro Influence over

G. S. Hardee and Mr. W. J.Duncan were general has been quite alive with West away enjoying himself fishing.Dr. date he has shipped over 00,000 boxes of little to say. I sue no reason why the them, must first acquire the power' of I

aboard, bound for New Smyrna, to superintend people from nearly every State In the oranges, for which bo has paid from $1 Republican cannot carry the country! controlling himself rl

the first shipment of fruit by Union. We fancy the judicious advertising Daniel the popular Cocoa den- to 11.75 per box: on the tree. We understand the presidential election of ISU'". But Instead of the "Thoughts the

the refrigerator cars from the new rail- of the Indian River and Lake tist; his sister Miss Clifford Daniel, of the Me A bee Fruit Company the that I Is a good while ahead." people" that were submitted for their

terminus of Indian River. Worth sections by Mr. Ackerly, of Jacksonville Savannah and :Miss L. Thurmond of largest buyer-direct from the orange Pineapple for dYlpep.Ia.-,Anothor digestion a low weeks ago Low much ill' '

way the popular general passenger Harrisburgh Va., came up from Cocoa, grower-In Florida. We are told that possible triumph of medical science over I better It would be to devote our bent,

-The dramatic rehearsal- o the night agent of the J., T. 4 K. W, Railway, Wednesday morning and gave our office Mr. McAbee Is about 117,000 ahead disease is suggested by a paper read before effort to the consideration el matter*
watchman informs us-consumed the a pleasant calL Miss Thurmond deal. In this likely to promote progrea.' &1.. the pub
has had a deal to do wiJi the great rush through his big oranges the Detroit Medical Association ,
creator of last night and from whom we have known about four years- t
-portion to the East Coast this season.. season. recently on "Alimentation In Therapeutics lie welfare! ; to the building, up rather
and heart-rending tones said she off on a trip to Cuba Mexico .,
the fierce anon was than the demolishing the town; to pullIng -
Mr. A. C. Gardner representing -008 of the prettiest novelties at ," In which wa announced an Important
air in the other ere' she returns u
startled the midnight and places
that the
with a united 11'11110 line of pub-
bridal Is that of linking the Yincinte Jlar-
discovery by Signor
Gardner & Son, left for New York last
is satisfied the ha been visit to her
vicinity of the bank, he home. She on a Improvement rather than to obstruct
Saturday on a business trip. While bridemald together with chain of flower cano, of Venezuela, la regard to the
to do Mrs. H. II. Wilkinson of the
endeavoring cousin
company them to devise Means of 'beautifying-
floral handcuff.. Usual} ;
attached to Mancano
there we are informed, he will go over pineapple. According Signor -
and Mrs. Morton were and neat-looking Wilkinson
its Mr. picturesque Instead: of It .L
duty. our munclpallty making
the market fully. Their Spring importations ly there are six: maid beside the maidof there I I. In the common pineapple a '
start for Heath Rockledge, during the past I
seen making an early Cottages uninviting by our bickering; by tryingto
will Include ladies' dress goods, honor. They walk two by two, those ferment! or principle similar to pepsin
this morning; and if we could illustrate month or so, and her many ,friend in secure manufacturing enterprise cod _
such as Swiss flouncings In black and on the right side of the isle having the of such remarkable strength that th*
I ,* their gestures and rapid movements on Rockledge and Cocoa very much regret encouraging the settlement and eultfva*
.. from their left wrists will
white challies chambrays Scotch ginghams chain depending juice of a single pineapple digest
'' would be evident they were not ; her departure. However, Miss Thurmond lands
it tion of or by any-other
paper left side their. this
light weight worsteds etc. Embroideries the maid on the having ten pounds of beef. If prove truea
weather. said there was a probability of her '
to cold calculated to promote onr sub
partial mean
and lace will be an importantitem wrist connected. The chain are long new and Important ageot.1n the treat %
to Rockledge again before .
-The famous street and wharfage also. This enterprising firm are returning enough to curve gracefully from wrist to ment of dyspepsia ha been discovered. stantlal and permanent prosperity.If

': ordinance which caused so much excitement here to stay and report they are doingan May and we are sure her friend will be wrist. The outside hand of each maid A* nearly all other disease are directly at the end of each week wo tonjj '
to welcome her back. She left hereon
7t-' last summer, was reintroduced excellent business.We glad afterflBOn' train for I* free to hold her bouquet posy or bath Influenced by the degree in which food look back upon some good deed, o..

4 few weeks"ago and received its second noticed some very nice strawberries Wednesday ket of blossom, and Uniting the wrist, can be assimilated and a* million of worthy action performed, the review i$
where she was to
< Jacksonville a would be far pleasing than to bav .
and passed yesterday that are on the Inside going up tho Isle, have Imperfect digestion the more
:: reading, wa on sale at the meat market of E. composed of relative and friend! people bay.
8. party the maid In right order a* they of tU almost the satisfaction of knowing that we
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0 copy of the document appears on page J. Davis yesterday. They were raised I who are about to take the above pleasure bring possibilities discovery are of
wounded the feeling our lghbor.J
i circle, one on each side limitless If it to be
in the business centre of the town, form quarter prove a* represen
Teachers' Association right who ha been visiting
-The Florida State Miss Daalel
14{ trip. kindled and aroused all the'reseat.
owned Postmaster R. C.ScrlmgeoW' i at the chancel! After the ceremony In ted. But even more striking wa the
land by
ti1. will meet in Tampa March 10th to on the her brother left for her home la'. went of hits nature by our Irritating, and
of the maid nearer.t
an la the
The price-60c. box- the twinkling eye, further announcement same paper -
inclusive. The meeting was to be per Ga. on the same train after
13th Savannah ,
false remark +
or even
each side off behandcuff ." perhaps ,
bride slip cheiuUt
the reach of our to the written by a practical ,
held at DeFuniak, which, by changing placed them beyond having spent a most enjoyable time So for
These are the Thought the people"we
to the eond maid
pa.&aellt the juke of the pineapple I II a act
the very
the of ejecting! deprives it of many pocket, and we passed on musing on pleased wa she with Cocoa and Rock. ,
place takes the arm of "her" usher and fall Ive solvent of the membrane formed In would submit--and we do not claim
attraction of the Chautauqua Association limited state of our ,finances and the ledge, that she hopes to return to Indian Into line. Maid number two follow diphtheria. The pineapple I* a wholesome there I* anything new or original about

; but It will make It more convenient rarity of opulent newspaper men. It la River again at some future period. The fruit without regard to these striking them they are older than the art of
who but to leave ;
and the two are
for the teachers of South Florida. expected the price of this luscious berry ADVOCATE: wishes them a pleasant Journey. alt, vlrtuea ascribed to It, and expert.meats and none-the-le tint becatuo
when the church, carry the chain In loop on on the line IUggllllted will be printing .
25e. in a few days, we
We learn the railway rates are reasonable will drop to They registered at the Grand View their disengaged arm. easy and safe.-CleavUnu Leader.t frequently forgotten **
to Indulge. white iu tow .
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JTho 1 Thst the President and Vice l'rcaldmt

a while past and had about' determined' NOTESj! of the United States should be lec ted by' FLORIDA'S BUDGET

o Hast Coon AdvDcato, GEORGIA BRIEFS. upon a has course appropriated of action. $300,000 I see that Texas'Californii > potmW vole, instead of,by an electoralC0ffi'the .

,. 1 1000000. Georgia must be represented. NEWS OF THE ORDER FROM Alliance shall take DO part to Of Newsy Notes and Pointed
f rftgraphe "
InterestfngPa: from allOver It can't be done by a direct state appro- in political straggle by affilwtfoff Paragraphs.
TITTJSTILUi, I TLO1UDA.Thlftytwo priation. There is a constitutional prohibition ALL SECTIONS. feartfcaci with republicans! or democrats.

the State. in the way-postive and uneqnlrocftl. favor the free and nnlimitedcoinage ,
That we
and But for one, I believe that pro- A tumber of gentlemen propose ettab-
'' & princes princessesxall' Vision of the constitution is wrong and Items of Interest to Alliancemen of silver. of .be increased listing a gun club in Green Cove for
KInf Christian of Denmark A bank is. by no means a myth In Aus should be ropen'ed. There is no sense in Everywhere. That the volume currency heir mutual pleasure and )benefit.,

grandfather. and tell. the The toncern stock is is taken ready, for money business paid in as this locking up the treasury and throw- That all to $50 paptr per money ciptia.be placed on an Work has begun on'the south jetty at

soon as suitable rooms Ing, the key away." i Minnesota has an Alliance called "the equality with gold. the bnr under the recent appropriation of
are found.
Vermont' farmers ask for an agricultural ; Alliance." land-owners pledge ourselves 170000. Stone from the interior is beirg
Brunswick has of thieves.They A Pe .UB Dtlelt. McKinley Bill Killers' That we as
from the a new variety The state hasn't to demand that the government put in.
college spparate appropriated enough !
around in
the .
go the night stealing
for There isn't allow' to borrow money from the The Thrasher murder trial began
money pensions. enough us atGainttiville
of from Caroline
University Vermont. signs stores and offices. Various Alliance legislature of South
rewards have been for the old soldiers; nor is there enough' The of Unittd States at Ibe same rate of interest last Monday. All the wit.nesses -
offered/ for their de- will hereafter exact a royalty\ $3
for the confederate widows. : the banks. promptly on hand.
I tection. There are as do were The {
mined in the
Yale College now hal six United three daises of pensions: i per ton on phosphate rock, That senators of theUnited States state called W. Newpert, B. F. Dawkins, f
: viz. Erarts Dawes Warrenton has a population of 1,200, 1. The veterans who rivers, instead of $1 as heretofore. of the E. C. Pound J. M
State Senators, are already on the valuable shall be elected by vote people. Jos. Byshott, Jarvis,
Olbion Walcot Higgtns and Dubois. and among that number, according the roll; that Is, who have drawn a pensionor a vague report that a phosphate Oke- .\: S. Hutchinson and Drs.. McEinstry
discovered in the .
Clipper, there is not a young man addicted pensions before making application mine was Thomas and Lancaster. The witnesses
to the habit of intoxi feenokee before its recent sale;
drinking this year. swamp TUB: FAIUIEItB1Tixas J.UU1f'L lor the defense are Gordon, Wienges, J.
The hve ty-nlne railroad men who cants. 2. Veterans that are entitled to pensions but as this property has now passed is out is fairly alive with Alliances and R. Gray, Crosby, F. C. Hughes, T, Gardiner -

.met tt J. Fierpont Morgan' house in The Alliance of Elbert county has and who apply this year for the of tho hands of the state, there royalty no Alhancemen, and the very best, most in- Mrs. Brown, R. B. Ayres, F. S.

New York city recently, to discuss theque.UoQ passed resolutions pledging themselvesto first time. chance of Georgia ever Alliance getting Farmer.a telligent men, who were formerly, as Kerr, E. M. Clarke, W II. U. Folk, II.W .
Southern I
I plant 25 cent less cotton this 8. The confederate widows. thereon.- II
of railroad competition per year I democrats or republicans, active against C. Schroder and George C. Crom.
represented than formerly, and proportionatdly that These classes are kept separate, the first :. each other, are uniting in every townshipto The board of government engineers t

a capital of about $3,000- much more grain.A class being paid first. In fact, no blanks California/ pushing ahead In the mat I form a party of the people appointed to investigate the project of

')00,000.L new courthouse for Ilaralson county except for this class have been sent out ter of organizing/ 'ub-. l1Iancca in every These Alliances are virtually school deepening the water on the Pensacols

ia a certainty. Judge Davenport has a yet. Now, before the let of April, after county of the state. The Pacific Rural houses in which the correct principles of bar to forty feet, arrived in that city a
A contemporary pertinently. saysi strong committee at his side to help him practically all the old pensions have been Press, of San Francisco, so long the able political economy are being taught. few days The board is composed

"What this country needs is for farm- in the work, and the people'have given paid, the blanks will be sent out for the official organ of the grange, has also: I They are the well-springs\ of regenera- of Captain ago.Black of St. Augustine, Capt

ers to understand that winter dairyingpays it their indorsement. old soldiers before.who have never drawn a espoused the Alliance cause, giving it a tion from political serfdom for the benefit P. M. Price of Montgomery, and Lieut

best that winter-made butter A proposition has been made by an pension is This year's appropriation fine department and becoming Its official of the Goulds, Quays Beimonts and Oberlin M. Carter of Savannah. They
; only 185000. There One feature is commendable -
Ohio company to erect a hams factory at and fraternal organ. I others who can see nothing in the peoplebut proceeded to Fort McRae and examined
wilt ,
costa less than summer-made, and sells be practically no decrease in the and why the work
Athens and I
to 100
employ hands. It is beings to be found bf legislationthat the jetties being erected at that point,
amount paid to the old pensioners. In and that Is the god ,
tor one-third more. practically secured and will be goes on so bravely, ,
a pros they may be bled and impoverishedat and took soundings on the bar, etc. Col.
other words these -ioners for whom '.
pcn are' in active position'
perous industry of the city. blanks have already been sent out will women placed secretaries chaplains the leisure of the money leaders. W, D. Chip ey, appointed by the chamber
The Egyptian government has de- One indication of the growing pros alone nearly consume the appropriation, and They are only but organizers and The Wall street machinery, now in the of commerce, presented Pensacola's
tided (to allow private persons to excarate perity of Washington county farmers which,will leave a majority of the new lecturers. State Organizer, J. B. Rigdon one-man control of JAY Gould, during the claims for more harbor improvements.A .
specially noticeable is the fuel that the month of November 1890, by simply
pensioners out in the cold. Only $00- thirteen eub-Alliances ia twelve : correspondent of the Timet-Union
antiquities condition that half organized
on farm stock in the county are generally in withholding $75,000,000 from business
000 has been appropriated for the widows' at Washington writes ns to that
'of what' they discover goes to the mn- better condition than for years hereto pensions.: That means that only six days. V uses, caused a depression in securities of paper: The Florida senators have now

bunt the latter having prior claim to fore. hundred claims can be paid. An examination Southern Alliance Farmer In $500,000,000. Jay Gould, after year of I .n opportunity to distinguish them The announcing
objects. Carrollton\ is one of the most progVess- of the law will show very that quiet, got $75,000,000 where he could The sundry civil bill, which has passed
unique of
any ive towns in Georgia. It has an electric plainly that there is no way to pay thesepensions that the control hands of Brown paper dam it and prevent it flowing into the the house, does not carry a single dollar'or
had into the
light which will\ be followed passed Harry market. The men found themselves as
system, by after that $00,000 is exhausted. new light house work Florida.
Sir John ;; and that the latter had
Lubbock the great'Engl1sh and T. L. Gantt
with trains cut off. Failure
establishment of telephone lines, and There is a general impression that thereis an army supply The opportunity offered is in getting into
naturalist, sticks, to the principle of now tho citizens are talking of a street another law which gives the governor been Land made an editorial co-worker and finance, says are: after failure; down went banks, busi- he bill at that end of the capitol some v

hit shop holiday scheme. lie has reintroduced railroad.A authority to borrow money, if need be, in the three, transportation living issues of tho day. Aliens ness men and depositors by the thusonds of the needed new work that the lighthouse

'a bill providing' that when gentleman from the west has been in excess of that. But this is a mistake should not and must not be. allowed to -not alone in New York, but in every board has asked for. The esti-
wires ofman's
; Sandersville for several $00,000 is the limit. Only GOO claims city touched by the financial the house
days looking after mates of light '
hro lands. Our should float
thlyde flag
the in donod'dlst..lct own our
shopkeepers a
titles to 8,000 acres of land, for which he can be paid; and there will be more than the domains of American citizens dependence upon man. work in Florida, needed
wish to take a weekly paid $5 acre lie tbat number this year entitled to pen- over This is called "operating" the market. fiscal
per or $40,000. can. not of foreign lords. The lines of transportation iDg year, are as
: 'half-holiday not locate the land and it is evident sions. This is the direct result of so shortening
tho remaining one-third that must submit to a complete and passage post light, Georgia
I he is the victim of land sharks. the volume of money that two or three
Mount Cornelia
shall be to do control or the 4,000! ;
compelled so. TRADE government government and control it. +
TOPICS. men can corner
The growth of Smithville during the must own them. The finances of lose millions. Florida, $175,000; i
Uttitod past six months is remarkable. It is the country must be run in the interest The Wall street operators station, Florida, f90,000;
the fever the
Alaska States some thought to have gained at least /600 new Weekly Review of Business by of the people, and not in the interest of and to keen millions up of dollars, into government the- point light station, Florida,

$8,600,000. Captain James Carroll, citizens in that short period, while the Dun & Co. banks and bondholders. pouts and in turn the The Foster Park News .
of gamblers slaps
laps ,
who has :been1\ selected as Territorial money invested In buildings and new enterprises R. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of .". tariffs and the taxes upon the farmers. Miss Gatlin was engaged

Delegate to Congress from Alaska, goes far into the thousands. trade says: There is some improvement Bevier (Mo.) Appeal asks: "Are you The wealth producers are ground still duties at her home near St

'declare that ho is authorized to offer The Griffin canning factory wishes to in business at the cast, and a more confident interested in tho work of the Alliances in the soil waiting for their last week she was alarmed

: contract for the planting and cultivation feeling, and at Chicago the tone is Do you believe in the demands of the bode, aud the wealth absorbers go on calf on the grounds
$14,000,000 for Alaska, by personswho of 500 acres in tomatoes. It is said thaton very hopeful. But at most othtr Western order as amended at the Ocala convention skinning each other, controlling caucuses }ain. She rushed out to .

t will guarantee the people there very ordinary ground $50 per acre can and Southern points business showsno If you do, it is your duty to sup political parties and legislation. the matter and found that
the be cleared: on tomatoes with less labor increase in volume and is rather be.. yards from the lake an
that and advocate
of fail for and
blessings popular government. port papers openly boldly The Barings $100,000,000,
and than is itating. Tho industrial outlook is modi-
worry necessary to cultivate those and L6 feet long had caught
principles, help spreadthe banks rush to their rescue. A farmer
--- cotton acre for fied by the great strike of the Connells- back of the neck and
acre. was
friends and
light by getting your fails to produce enough from his land to
That there Is a growing tendency John Oliver Daniels, of Brunswick, is vfllo coke workers, which must cut off I neighbors to support them also. If you meet the interest on his mortgage and It into the lake. She very

toward creating private game preserves a colored man who is attached to tbe large supplies of iron if it lasts, and by a patronize papers whose chief mission is the law steps in and confiscates his home, tried to make the reptile

In-all parts of this country, remark. hydrographio coast survey. In connection market great decrease in the output. The coal :. to bind you to thr* truth and teach you and he steps out a heart-broken man witha throwing lightwood at, him,
'" 'the New York Herald is witu that business he has a school is dull and weak. The demand that you must trample on the grandest heartbroken family. evidently other intentions,
recognized for wool
numbering over 100 scholars, which he continues strong, and worsted and noblest principles if the welfare of: Texas is an empire itself. Wo pray of the presence of a human
everywhere, Nowhere, perhaps, Is teaches at the rate of 25 cents a week goods are rising. Sales:! at Boston in Jan- your party demands it, you are an in-. God that its Alliances may be even more j supposed to strike horror

this. 'tendency more evident than In per scholar. lIe speaks French, Spanish nary were 17,040,400 pounds, against I grate, a tra tor to the cause, false to numerous than are its school houses, and 'f such animals, he effected

Hew Jersey, where there Is still a and English fluently. about 11,330,000 60 lust cent year,and an the increase market for of your family and your country tint in each one may be taught the .ad dragged the calf over
The Atlanta East Lake and South rer principles of financial l reform and thus the lake and both
deal of dress is ,
treat comparatively wild land goods particularly active-agenU
River railroad has been incorporated under the punishment of robbers and the While accompanying his
The Atlanta Journal of Tuesday pievention
looking forward to a time of extraordi- l
'which will be fit for from school at Foster
never anything the ,
general law the of of panics.The
by sectrctary "Senator Gordon will lu
I nary prosperity. Trade in cotton goodsis says: soon :
bat timber growing, mining and game state. The road is to run from Atlanta fair in volume, and print cloths are a a member of the Alliance. lie would payment of the entire bonded )Ir. H. Morrison was
preserving.Not louthcastwiirdly through DeKalb county shade stronger n' price. The boot and have been regularly initiated into the debt of the government in full legal ten- catamounts, and after a
he had drove them off
to South River, nine miles, with the privilege hoe trade show some improvement as to mysteries of the order long before this der greenback money ,
: of extension. The capital stock is volume the obtained had it not been that he 'I he abolition of a system that permitsa they had badly clawed his ;
since tho rise and fall of the though prices are was unavoidablyabsent.
the time of the attack Mr.
$50,000: with the privilege of increasing government to interest on
not highly satisfactory. The grocery He returned, a few days ago pay money
"Grecian,b.end" has there been anything it $I, OOOOO. trade li fairly active, and indicates no from New York and informed the officersof what it has the power to create. his children were within a .

10 absurd In fashionable usages, The Irinh Volunteers, of Augusta, will decrease in the demand for consumption. the Edgewood'AHiance, of which he The free and unlimited coinage of silver of home, Mr. Morrison

asserts the New York: Times, as the be reorganized. Most all of the old Provisions have been a shade weaker, has been elected a member, that he was as full legal tegal tender. distance behind his children.

"present style of shaking hands affected.It members of the company, which was one with a fall of 1| cents in corn, and wheat ready to be initiated. There is some Carrying on the public improvements attack took place the
of the bravest that went to the war from and oats have declined tacit a fraction on provision of the order which requires not by taxation, but by the letting of on home. The catamounts
must be admitted only by the ultra dead but small members be Initiated work to those who will receive their off )Ir. Morrison,
Augusta, are Captain E. J. sales, but coffee and oil are stronger, to only at regular pay
young and ultra stylish. The ..pectaoe O'Conner the valiant old chieftain, still aid cotton unchanged. meetings. The next regular meeting of in full legal tender greenback money, to; the children, but

of two young women placing their lives, and 1 is at the head of the movement The low price of cotton tends to make the Edgewood Alliance will be held on never to be retired through the hocus had got to the house aud

to reorganize the company The Volun- trade dull tit the south, the farmers hold- the sixth of March, and then Senator pocus plan of converting it into interest The animals tried every
palms together and sawing back and teers will be formed by young men of the Ing back for higher prices; but at New Gordon will present himself for initia drawing United States bonds, or any clawing and beating the

forth' with olttows almost level with city, sons of the veterans who were in the Orleans tho general trade improves ma- tion. The meeting will doubtless be a other bonds on which the government not effect their purpose. TlmmnavilU'M

&the shoulders is one at which it is suspected war with the company. terially. At Nashville it opens very dull, most interesting and largely attended can guarantee or pay interest. The Florida Fruit

the gods do more than smile. The next excursion from Ohio will be though buyers ere cautious, and at other one." On with the Farmers' Alliance I Theyare issued last Monday, says:
representative business men, prominent points reporting it is only'fair, or dull ... the day star of our redemption from class stock have advanced

When; as it often, happens, the pair fruit-growers, farmers, editors, and will bt. Louis reports a fair volume, but no The rot being dished up to the people bondage. All we can do to help on this box since last report, and

Are wearing the high-shouldered, higb.oollared be of great benefit to the state A great improvement, while Kansas City finds a about loans on land by those who opposethe work fi is a labor of duty and of love for quote strictly fancy, 170 to

capes now ,in vogue the sawing interest has been aroused in Ohio about better wholesale and a quiet retail trade. Alliance demands, h disgustingly humanity, and it will be done pirsistently. at $4 and firm. Beyond this

,i tho the South, aDd Georgia particularly, and At Denver and !St.: Paul trade is fair; at false in statement and dishonest in 'pur .-Adeanee Thought. ticularly no change!

process approaches grotesque. if these gentlemen can be favorably impressed Minneapolis, very active in lumber, with pose. The constant reference to the Argentine ... from all points indicate a

it will mean the sale of thousands excellent logging prospects; at Omaha, troubles ax arising from land The National Economist editorially part of the trade to pay

The official census of Germany, of acres of land, the investment of considerable I without improvement, and at Milwaukee currency is without a scintilla of fact : "One of the cleanest bits says of evidence fair marketable fruit, but

which wu recently completed, gives money, and the removal ofmany and Detroit, quiet. The dry goods, behind it. The e sgDaU! of the first given yet, showing! tho utter disregard confess that only a very

Berlin a population of 1,574,485, be- families to Georgia. clothing and shoe trades considerably French republic were but the shadow of and contempt in which many centsge of the fruit now
bill exceed last year's. Philadelphia reports substantial currency, as they were hold can be classed as even fair to
The providing for a federal courtat congressmen tho Alliance and its
ingan of :
259,000 in five an improvement in wool and a fair tradein really government issues of demands bulk of it runs large in size,
Columbus, which was reported favor money came out at a recent meeting of
years; The city containing the next ably by the judiciary committee to the dry goods and clothing! ; good orders redeemable frow the sale of lands, the committee on coinage, weights and large proportion shows

klgheit number of persons Is Hamburg senate on Monday, forma a western division in jewelry and a fairly satisfactory tradein but they lacked the authority of a stable measures. This uomiuitiei has charge of signs of injury from frost.

with a population of 670,534. of the northern judicial district of paints and chemicals. Throughout government. They were promires of the the silver bill: aud granted the legislative hopes that nearly, if not all
Georgia, composed of the following counties the country the money markets are comparatively government to be paid from the proceeds committee of tho Nat oust Farmers' Alliance fruit has been disposed of b
This U an Increase of 09,534 since : Muscogee Heard Troup Meriwether easy and undisturbed, though of lands declared to be confiscated and Industrial Union (then in Telegraphic advices show
seskinn -
18a& Hamburg, which with the city Harris, Talbot, 'Taylor, Marion, Chat. the demand is good and the supply hardly and presented no guarantee ,that those ut Washington! ) a brief hearing. ceipt, comparatively, at
adequate; at Cleveland and at Omahathe lands wou'd be of sufficient value to When President Polk and everything points to better
of Altoua, 715,170: Inhabitants; has tahoocheo, Stewart. Scbley, Webster, redeem some dozen or
market is c'ose. the entire issue. The value of are fully confident that all
Calhoun the more state prckidtnU appeared
added 21 Quitman Clay, Randolph, they were
cent. to its
per population Early, Baker, Miller, Decatur and Ter Business failures throughout tbe coun- a&signatswas further affected by the fact sutroduced by the tlviirm tn of the coinage good fruit, made during
within the last five years. Lelpslo, rell. The gathering of the people from try, during the last seven days, number that the claim of goverument to every committee ai the representative( of week, will catch markets in

which has 353,873: Inhabitants, had these counties in Columbus means much for the United State, 263; Canada, 85 rood of the land was litigious and that at a farmers' association of some kind whose We Hill advise growers to

only 159.500 in 1885. This is the for that city. For the corresponding week, last Jf r the time: of their issue, and all during name be hud forgotten.: litre is awhilo on large and coarse
the figures were 240 in the United States current the .
the time they passed nationsof N practical illuetruti of the effectof Joseph James
The South Melon an
greatest increase In any city, being 82 convention met Georgia at Albany a lew days and 03 in Canada. -Y Europe were combined in the field to tbe thousands of letter, petitions and man ab ut 30 years old,
per cent. Munich has344,8D3 overthrow the authority under which resolutions that have been in
Inhabitants Tile object of the meeting was for sent from Moaticello, }la., arrived
; Brcslau ago. IS IT "JACK? they were issued; that they were valueless member of the Order nod subAllianceto vine :a few days
334,710; Cofogne, the consideration of the increased acreage ago on one
as money is amply proven by after this committee. Hero is conclusiveevidence steamers from New York.
in melon
182,537 Dresden and
; 276,085; Msgde- devise planted some plans for the movement year, to of A Man Arrested as the Whlte- facts, the principal of which is that they that they were thrown aside as before the sailing of the .

burg 200,071, and Fraukfort-o .the. the* crop. The discussion which resulted chappel Murderer.A were never recognized by the national idle trash, unworthy a m 'men,'. con id. HVwYorkhe arrived in

Item, 179,850. demonstrated that the entire crop in London dispatch of Monday, says: authority time of pe ice. This alone crate'in. When the cha:rauo of this important a sailing vessel direct from
b indorsement of the judgment of the committee U in igaoranco of the Monrovia in
South Georgia will bo double that of last The latent discovery made by the metropolitan Liberia,
There U now living In Pittsburg year. Great gains being shown along the police !n connection with the pc ple who refused to receive them ia very name of tho Ai'\since, how can the wither he had gone some
a farmer of the
: exchange<< for the products of their labor. country expewtany redress
lost ous to his
who Chattahoochee branch ol tho Savannah.: Whitechapel murder Friday morning try fortunes in
ttan once slapped the face of tho For shame, that can devise from Cougru-Mf It show that the
opponents wantsof which ii is the
Florida and Western riilway and a' Prince of Wales. "In my early life," Whigham. The entire acreage Ip Georgia Nell," lost her life, bids fair to connectthe better argument than these false statements the farmer have not even been race and which the agents

M said, "I was a soldier In the British anal Alabama lost year was 21,000 man, Sadler, now in custody, with of historyJfatioHal\ Eeonomut menus discussed have in Wn comraiitee consiJerei, and ther: de. can colonization socictbs

Army, and onco my regiment was arms This year it will be 40,000. the "Jack the Ripper" crime. The .*. as sn innovation tinually representing .. a "

Hewed by Queen Victoria re- I George Rivers, a Savannah negro, has metropolitan police now have In their The National Farmers' Alliance at its _u ____ with milk and honey."
who held dangerous-looking annual session at Omaha :Nebrfeka his experience: in that far
rased a new point of law. lIe stole $00 poste&sion a sharp THE CAROLINE ISLANDS
by the hand (the youthful Prince of which bad bo en entrusted to him and knife, stained with blood nd showing adopted the following resolutions! James says: "My home is in

VToles. When the mother's back was ran away to Charleston. He bought a traces of having recently been washed. That we most emphatically declare Witnesses Another I but I was born and raised i- in __
turned the boy playfully\ suit of clothes, and when arrested hid This formidable knife has been traced to against the present system of government Conflict of Go I am a carpenter by trade, and'can
expectorated some/of the money left. A few days the possession of Sadler who was a fireman as manipulated by the congress of the Natives and Spaniards. easily make more than a comfortable liv- ,
*n my red Boat; and I resented the In. he was convicted an I sentenced to three on board of a steamer, which recently United States and the inemtx of the A pnviie lettor received Tuesday at log for myself and family anywhere In"the

.alt to the British flag by slapping him yean in the penitentiary. After being arrived from Turkey. legislature of the several' State.; therefore San JfraacUco, from the Caroline Is'anJs' South. In a foolish moment Heft

la the face with my open palm. Hotold sentenced be asked for the money that SIX WERE KILLED give an account of further fighting be- my home my friends, comfortable surroundings -

hIs mother aud had been taken from him. lIe was told We declare in favor of holding a con tureen the natives and Spaniard, ia and steady employment at
colonel very soon the that ho could not have it, but ho ln.Ut d vention on February 22d, 1893 ta fix ft which the Utter were wonted. Last good Wages to try my luck in a negro
heard of it and came dancing( that it was hit, end arguud with Solicitor In the Wreck on the Chester date and place for the holding of a convention November the Spanish governor sent an vcatry. I've had enough of it. It's no

along to wreak vcugance on the man General Fraser that as he wou'd have to and Lenoir Road. to nominate candidates for the xjfJition consisting of three gunboats place for a civilized: colored man. It

1 who dare Lit his hand to the son of work three years for taking the money it Late news received Charlotte, N C., office of president and vice-president of and one transport against the village of means death hardship, poverty and almost sure
the Queen. The ought to be his. Neither the solicitor Tuesday tvening from the awful wreck the United States. Met damefva The sailors and troops i for an American. I hope nobody
Queen sought me out nor Judge Falligant enUrtained that which occurred on the Chester and Le We declare that In the convent'oa to landed and after a loss of sixty men, Florida or anywhere else in the coun
and graciously inquired what view and avers did not back the is made the natives retreat. The Spaniards try, will b> foolish enough to
my namo get noir narrow gauge railroad on Monday be held on February 1693, that representation repeat KfSOT
was. 'William: Dlckwn, sergeant, stolen money. to the effect that besides the three who shall be one delegate from were reinforced and six: days later attacked experience there, ,

Your Majesty,' said I, and she Governor Northen, ou biing a'ked if were killed outright three of the other each State in the Union. I the natives. The latter were be. .
com- hind barricade and
mended he thou ht it practicable ana advisableto injured ones have since died. They That we favor the abolition of national a were armed with WH4T 1I'.u EXl'lIC1'ED.
my sense of propriety: in ad. have jeorjjla represented at the world'sfair were Rev. Mr. Little of Dallas, N. C. i banks and that the surplus funds be muskets mad t.o small cannon. The "Well
mlnlstoiing a timely rebuke to the in Chicago and if he favored ell Frank Coulter, of Citawob N. C.. and loaned to individuals upon land securityat Spaniards were bail, repulsed with a loss asked Xtnnibo: '. father., whom do you love?"

belt apparent of the EnglUb throne effort in that direction, replied: Yes, Mr. Johnson, of Gastenia. Four of the i low rate of interest. of 120. It U reported that a general up After a moment, of
of Datives will
and recommended<< me for sir, 1 will to all | can for it. It U practicable dead, Messrs, Hoag, Johnson, Coulter That we demand the. foreclosure of rising has occur, and the aaawtC' came: deep. thought the.
promotion, end its advisable I have been and Ross, have been seat ta their homes mortgages that the government holds ontailroai& 1 governor patched ships. to Manila "Kenaiboy.II M
never came. troops > taid.-IIatpcr'a.(
this for
thinking over very matter for quite s touaxFaot>1a. "

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A, SALT MINE. FoiioB'proot Anbaab i JERK yJ CATTLE:; ::: to tnllr.lfby women.
q Neither _difference: of .organizationia ;,. somewhat laughable to see the \" a one
animal nor in, the constitution of -
women milked tho cows They
r ghat(, a Reporter Saw Thou-.- 'the poisonous substaneq generally. afford Interesting Talk ,About Beautiful down on their knees to

; sand Feet Underground.Loosening any clew for interpreting an exceptional Butter-Makers. operation and milked into

want of effect. Unaccountable fashioned jugs. Of course we
is the immunity of rabits against to do our work quicker hero and 4
the Salt Rock with They are the Greatest Milk Pro HACINE.WIS.
belladonna leaves (Atropa belladona, men to do it. The food for tho
Charges of Dynamite. ducers In the World.
.'. deadly. nightshade). You may feed Jersey is superb in quality and
1 them with belladonna for weeks with. HMWMStJcrsty '" quickly. I was there at tho ql
A reporter has been visiting the the largest and most beautiful
4 out observing the least toxic symptoms. July and saw a, second crop of
Iletsof Salt Mine, near Greigsville, or the English Channel group of
Tho meat of such, anImal, knee deep." ,
'N:Y: We quote from his account as Island, has perhaps contributed more
proves poisonous to any who "Are you of opinion that,
follows: The descent at the Retsofis to the pleasures resulting from a good
eats it, producing the same symptoms as everything into consideration,
made without discomfort the table than of Its size in the -
cage any place
the plant. Pigeons and various other quality of grass, etc.,
! runs smoothly and there is an absenceof herbivore : world. Not only are iU strawberries
are also to some degree safe made much progress in the
,the trepidation one experiences on from te! effects of tbls poison, while the sweetest and moat luscious its Jersey cattle P""Unque8t1onnbly LOGLUMBERYARD a- GITYTRUCKS -

the trip upward. In what seems a In warm-blooded carnivora it causes cherries the brightest and reddest its The Jersey SPRING WAGONS* ALL STYLES.yffg&eaff j
very few seconds we come to an abrupt apples the choicest its pears-the **
paralysis and asphyxia. In frogs the was, I think, first imported
top at tho floor of tho mine, at a dls.'b.nce noted Dcrgaraont-tho most sought :
effect a different one, consisting of country in 1850 by William :
of almost thousand after but it milk and butter / tiucotns .
t exactly a spasms. ; produces of Connecticut. Dr. Hubbell T LADIES Cit&tsEiIAttat
feet from the surface. Hurriedly we that were at one time unequalled In
The meat of goats which had fed on delphia was an early importer. n
leave the car, for the moment it reaches hemlock has sometimes Occasioned tho world. The latter, of course, resulted Sparkes Brothers of the same CMAtfa5MK[ 1 +
,the bottom,: the door of the cage Chicken from the fact that the islandwas
poisonous effects. are nearly also done much to improve and fk
opens, a grim looking driver stands hardy against nux vomtca aid the the natural home and birthplaceof ply the breed in this country. FISH BR9S WABSH C.
ready with his mule, and in less time tho far-famed Jersey breed of cows.
extremely dangerous alkaloid strychnine wo have big stock farms not
than it takes to "Jack Robin. Today the breed is the fashionable and RACINEW/S.
repeat contained in It, while in the tho localities I bavo mentioned,
Son" he has made his hitch tho most profitable stock for family and
to car
smallest amount it is fatal poison to West Randolph, Vt., where )
and is oft with it up some of tho many rodent. More remarkable yet in this dairy purposes, and is rapidly spreading Bros have 600 head; in Hahway,
lines of railroad leading from the from East to West over tho United
respect immunity of Choloepus Hoffmann T. A. llavemeyer has over 300
haft Into the various rooms and corridors !, a kind of sloth living on the States. rows and young stock, and ;
of tho mine. island of Ceylon, which, when giventen "They are the grandest cattle in the Brown of Spring Hill Stock .'

Lot us,follow tho mule driver and grains of strychnine, was not world," said Mr. Hiram r. Hopkins at least 200 flue specimens of
his car down one of the narrow pas- much affected. Pigeons are possessedof to a Buffalo (N. Y.) News reporter. sey."

cages, so narrow that one has to hug high immunity from morphine, the Mr. Hopkins is a farmer, and at onetime "What points do yon

the side to avoid being struck by the chief alkaloid of opium, as wVll as a breeder of the stock, and is judging good animal

approaching car that has now switchedon from.belladonna. Eight l grains were now regarded as one of the greatest "A general idea may be gained G .
to' this track and comes rushing required to kill a pigeon, not much authorities on Jersey cattle in Amen.Ca. the following The head (C IC % : .

down. Soon we are in a largo room less than the mortal dose for a man. Ho is tho sought after Judgo for wide between tho eyes and OT K EPT 1aa

and'tho gray salt around and over us, Cats are extremely sensitive to foxglove nearly all tho dairy and agricultural tween tho horns, with placid gY STORES ass nSHEARSevNvu'va

lighted by tho candles of the workmen (Digitalis! purpurca),>which on fairs hold in this country."I face should be slightly 'INSIST1t J| P PS1ef U '' 4 ( ,
t YOUR 1
with a flickering light, gives a the contrary may be given to rabbits say 'grand,' advisedly, not only rather long; neck long and UsSfftlOL FORfi CuTI5I O

jagged rock look to tho Interior. The and various birds in pretty largo doses. because of the beautiful symmetry of shoulders; back long and STOREKEEPJETTING ,( '
whiteness that One associates the animal and its purity of breed, but setting to the tail wide THEM ,, K.*
snowy -[The Popular Scienco Monthly. I Iw ; HOLYOKE
with salt is lacking, and the dull appearance because it, is absolutely the greatest loins, ribs well sprung; deep FOR YOU. J.' MASS ; :i

of the interior is all the more Rain by Artificial Means.! ml'ik produ.ccr in tho world. Butter. skin yellow and mellow, hair t

surprising. Yet in some of the chambers Captain James Allen, acting signal purer and generally better can be silky; )logs short, tail reaching -- -

there is a crystalline glistening officer of the War Department, in made from the milk of a Jersey cow hocks, milk ,veins running Fish With Cartons HallU. + ; h
reflection of tho that makes to addressed than from any other kind." ward and well '
.and light reply interrogatories recently knotty; bag is on exhibition at alittl*aquar I '
the saltiness of tho placo seem more to him regarding the probability "And the reason' ?" and behind; teats squarely a window in New York a curious C RF'C' I
real.. But there is a closeness: of air of producing rain by artificial "Simply this, that for 800 year it good size, with an escutcheon of the finny tribe never below 1
and a certain dampness, notwithstanding means, said: "One fact would seem has been bred for that purpose and Slanders or selvcge order. this country. It is a family of
fish of
China consisting
the absence of water-drip, which to be cosily admitted, that an attemptto for nothing clie. It is possible to put cows may be of any color, but male paradise and female and several a { s

'bids, us move on, and we do to a room explode gunpowder in order to butter of a higher grallo'on tho market have black noses. The idea little progeny. The fish is a''
where the salt rock is being loosened. practically demonstrate the advisability from a dairy using only Jersey tnllk perfect animal must always of beauty. The head I.I gray in '

+ The,important work is accomplished of attempts in rain production than from any other kind. Their producing black tongue is absurd." and i*bluebordered mottled with with dark apott.1. .

by the use of the steam drill of which! should at first be made after most of milk li enormous." \ gUll are yellow and red, and the

the mine wal1\slng. a* was discovered, careful consideration' tho atmospheric "How much butter can be made Attempts Upon Queen Victoria's black. Th side of the body
some nine sets. There are a dozen conditions. For example, if from a Jersey cow in a year?" Since she ascended tho

drills iu a set and the bank of drills 1run these explosions should be made in "As high as 938 pounds has been Great Britain on the 2Cth day of .

upon its truck against the wall of the centre of a high area, as shown by made in a course of 12 months from 1837, there have been various _

alt rock and started downward into our weather maps, or even after a low the milk given by one animal. As cessful attempts to assassinate CINCINNATI 110 }TILES t

the wall at an angle of say 44 degrees.As area has passed any point, we may be much as three pounds of butter has Victoria. In May, 1839, her shortest end Quickest,

soon as the drill-holes are of sufficient absolutely certain no rain will follow been made from thno'quartl of such threatened by a fellow who Compartment and Pullman Palace:

depth, the drills are pulled; the The first experiments should be undertaken milk while it takes from 10 to 12 tho stops of Buckingham Palace. Sleeping Cars through/ without change I

entire,set wheeled out of barm's way, to the southeast or cast of a quarts from other breeds, and sometimes the llth of Juno, 1840, a sw'f making direct connectionIaCENTEALUNIONST

a row of dynamite cartridges placedIn low area, and 300 to 600 miles from as high as 20 quarts is requiredto waiter, John Oxford, fired two 4 u [
the holes, a wire from the battery the centre. produce a like amount." at her while driving in Hyde ADd the WEST, and ;:

attached, and, as the operator steps In., "Observing stations should be I "I! the stock fairly-well distributed with the l'rlnce Consort. _-, line forCHICAGO" the

to an adjacent chamber, an explosion established every five or 10 mile i over America now?" pronounced insane and locked

brings off the rock in great quantities. for 200 miles to the eastward of the ,, "Yes. right through this State and life. In-I-go Jones, so called, auo with through car

Diagonally upward holes are next poln of explosion. If the explosions out West. There are probably 'SO,. twice found secreted In tho .a B anI or r

drilled, a second explosion bringing i are made,in a comparatively clear sky 000 to 40,000 of the breed in this country the purpose of killing the queen. BUFFALO : ,,
down the rock above the first, and soon i mid after the unmistakable clouds are and they are of the best kind. first time ho was "snnt up" for -: Only one change

observed to the eastward and not to Generally speaking, T should say that months; the second he was I aNEW I

The loading of this rock on the cars the westward, some connection may we have as good a selection in America aman-of-war and never Jackson, Vicksburg,
Is done largely by hand, tho men be surmised. It must be said however as anywhere in the world. They have I heard from. ) true BCILDINO m KMT.: AND

throwing pn the larger pieces and resorting that even if tho production of been imported and bred with the idea On the 30th of May, 1842. with teA or twelve vertical TEXAS I -nr m
to'their shovel only for theyery.ftnelt rain be practicable, it can only be for of improvement." Frances; shot at her as she was *. Tb tail is crescent ia Paaaengen via this line ",
i crimson with blue border.
rock. But to handle these "How about the value of I down Constitution Hill excellent: view of Lookout >> :
a very limited area, and it is believedthat present but the flab I II excited: all the colon surrounding Historic
alt boulder requires a large amountof any benefit which can possibly Jerseys" aim. He was sentenced to be When the male fish 1* j
breaking' up with mallets or pick arise from such rain can never amountto "They are worth at !least double the but his sentence was commuted for tile possession of a female of
and in this, u in Jill else about the the expense of the enterprise. price of ordinary milking cattle. The prisonment for life. The h*extend all hi* fin and dis. 8.louts C. RAY Oa. 8. K. *
most vivid colors. Th. tail
mine, we observe the greatest care to [Scientific American.A price is not likely to go down either. July a deformed man J. W. with small spot, Ilk. the D. J. MULLANEY Dl

prevent rust, which is so na'nral to .. There is good deal of 'crossing go pointed a pistol at her, but a a peacock' tall, and the under Chattanooga.EDWARDS }
D. O. 0.
a salt mine. The mallets are of brass, Carp' Tenacity of Life. Ingon now between the Jersey and struck his arm down before he of the flab become Jet black. The
verdigris accumulating being preferable Mr. II. Yost Jr., of this city tells a the Ayrshire. They make the best Eighteen month imprisonment the dorsal flu change constantly

to the stain. of iron rust. The fish story that is worthy to rank with ,cross, as you get quantity from the his punishment. May 19, spots. to, blue and, the sometime t body tremble showing THE

hovels are of the brightest steel and the classics, only that there are any Ayrshire and the quality from the Irishman named Hamilton fired ", radiating colon of every
are placed, when not in use. in a tank number of witnesses to prove its truth Channel Island importation." on Constitution JIll!. lie was Jacksonville, : {

of running water. The mules' hoofs and the fish still lives. 'How many families of Jersey ported. Juno 28, 1852 Robert approaches the fish become -
and build nest. The male
are enclosed: in a leather bootextendedto "Lost Friday morning, says Mr. have yon in this country?" a retired lieutenant of hussars, the possession of the female The Travelers, corner '

above the knee and hock, to avoia Yost, "I bought a number of fish, Quite a number, but all good. ed her with a cane, doing no : victor betAahimedf to a corner stAiets, Jacksonville, Fla.
the rust from their shoe among them a handsome German carp There Is the Rioter-Stoke, Pogi, AI- harm. He was transported for aquarium, where bo commence hotel, nearest to all

On we wander from room to room, 'the first of the kind I had seen this phus, Comanche, Albert Tanseys, St. years. Oa the 2d of March, a inch his below nest. the Taking surface a position of the steamboat to tranIbt landings.builnei E. 90)I

and we make a runIng estimate of the season. I placed them on a marble Hiellers, Victors and others. Theyare she was leaving tbe railway frequently take air into bit nlshed rooms, sloglo or 1
track mileage as we go. This estimate slab and covered them with ice to all fashionable, to to speak, for as Windsor, McLean, an insane man then eject it forcibly in the a* good a* the boat., This

confirmed by subsequent developments keep them cold and moist Later on I 1 have said they are without doubt the at her, hardly disturbing her little babble covered with a house furnished rate and operated

would show that at least 15 hung up the carp a* he was on a split greatest milk producers in the worldin Imlty.-New York Despatch. substance for which several prsvent hours.* then lIe day, while; the are service DOW i*

miles of car track is now in use Jn'tho or swing such as fishermen use in fact, nothing but big milk producing & to make bubble until he ha* a Breakfast from 6 to 0;
mine. There is plenty of rock yet bunching fish. While handling him I machines. Her Oldest Hoarder. platform about six inch.. to 9:80: ; dinner from II:80 &

'to mine, and the mine is now using noticed a slight convulsion, pass "One thing I might mention Is that A young Washington man and a quarter of an inch regular i* the only meals hotel at in these

from 75 to 100 men ten hour a day in through his body and' movement of the Jersey cow is perhaps more Influenced at a house where the table (as so When tae nest U finished the are at last one hour 1

the mine, and about 75 above ground his tail. by the quality of food given happens) has secured fame I approach and deposit her egg Travelers' omnibus, the ;
"I was natural! surprised for 1 I the neat. The male gather the cent each .
In getting about COO ton of salt a day y to it than any other breed. That is poverty. Recently he changed hi* mouth and place them on W11.BURTON
from this old sea bottom to the great knew that carp had been caught: at the food it eats affects both the quan. quarters, taking up his residence ne t When all the egg K.

market of tbe world and turning it least forty-eight hour before, but on City and quality of tho milk given and room that had been occupied Bard for the female a j sta Proprietor.OUR
a closer examination: I noticed Unmistakable medical student. The landlady appearance, and the operation JO
into the gold that doth not rnit. consequently the butter produced.
signs of life, and I placed This will bow bowing it to him, wheu on ttttfl about a thousand egg
largely explain it i. aet. Tbo eggs hatch ont in NEW
him in fresh water. In about
Form Different Standpoints. two that the Island of Jersey produces the closet a skeleton was -att hour_Mi**? llr ld. NIGH ARM, swig ."LI.
Ethel-Oh, at lost I It bo been hours he began to breathe, and then I such good cattle. Tin grass there i. 'Ah," said the young man LOOCIBO ....a. I
since I transferred him to a large tub, where grasped the bony band "I am Z
yeari Alphonce you. unquestionably the richest and finest I* very bard on shoe and t1 d _
Alphouse-Oh, my own Ethel, it he has continued to Improve rapidly in the world. I was there with a party meet you. Doubtless you are His mother understand this,
ba been centuries.Ethel' that now bo swims about as stout some time age and was particularly the life-long boarder that Jbs.10 herself accordingly I when gJL i

father (up in the library as auy carp Star.in Potomac River. struck by that fact. Then again the ton frequently. refers to."-(\ shopping., while out with another lady, !qwl l

Haggle wbo was that yon just [Washington climate has much to do with the Post.A buying cloth for a pair of panta a .....
in 1lIaggieIt Tommy, and ordered a good
let The Effect of Coffee. growth of the grand animals they bave Corncob Thermometer. than scorned
was Mr. Cnmlotr, sir. "I drink." remarked a gentleman there. The thermometer .h seldom be. A corncob thermometer Is very do you get so nocaary.much asked tcT a o4?
Ethel' father-Great Guns, this I* to me recently "four or five cops of low' 50 or above 80 degrees.." to make, and is useful and : '

the ninth time he' been here this coffee daily. If I top drinking coffeeI "1Vos' opinion did you form of the Get a bright red or yellow ear wa the reply, "thl I 11 for ro- j EITS URGE
eoUT" Tooth .
week. lie might as weU live here.- get a headache." Another gentleman cattle you saw there? farmer or grain dealer will give -( Companion. I J. 'T'':'
TUa Stab VM lIOUMSBACr, tIALL ChUlCA&.c:4: ,3e O f...
[Boston Courier. of my acquaintance, on the other "I found them firm in bone and some to choose froai-then -'--- ..
Comparison.' band get a racking neuralgic headache born and fine in balr-better la these two row of kernels, leaving a (to horse dealer-I thought you A XMAS HEALTH
the that
Extending that saddle hone I bought
time that be even lake a respects than what we hare on this the exact size of a small ( (BxoroKor Compl.U
every in th bIt without the
She (adjusting her skates)-Oh, small quantity of coffee, and a j side, but as I have said, that It doe to which you can bur at any chop t alight- J...,_Au. Cacuaiis7... i iSoosas ia
ice beautiful I The lake Is very .
the .,
isn't Bostooian who became bliid, a film I the climate. The animals there are also they sell materials for fancy -Well, doesn't het :esA.11.t-c..... oi, 1
like a huge mirror. for. the stem with. bow of -No, be doesn't Iw J M held the ,. t3. .._* H..1. R .......... .. / '
tenderly cued Tie
very They are .....
formed before bis found nreIMI c. .
HeY e., and if yon don't look out having eyes up to his now, and clucked 1* ..... n.-a. a..i u.-
that hIs was restored when bo tethered In a field by a chain, or rope match, and you have another {> time r.. a- .
you'll be pretty apt to sin yourself in sight J *; but the ugly thing Anti G. L assort v... a
IU-[America* Grocer. slopped drinkineoffe..-fEpoch. onetimes, seven feet long and are at. readr.-N. York Journal morel c i na1Ns.sM.' ....Ie. L1g1


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H. THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE 4- TBC: Philadelphia Item a .::newspaper and the amount of their net earn. dorsed And supported! flO liberallyby WILKINSON COTTAGES 1
which is said to have 13 ircuiaUon ings is governed by the amount extorted the people, be forced into expensive THE /
and tedious litigation to
of from them
WtTMAt DETOTBB TO 'MIW st6vE fcOPMKKT > over ct hundred thou. by transportation
A WMKMT or THE IXDIAS al\'lIa &JUl. and, has the following paragraph companies, and upon the despatch obtain the rights it should enjoy I

LAKE WflHTH MCTIOXS. which is full of startling infoimm- with which their crops are,
don "Mr. Hamilton Dis8ton'w the markets of the -country When the E. C. T. -Co. was organized -

Office: Wsahlfgton Avenue, Titusrflle, for -years past has been engaged in The weather may be ever so favorable seven months ago, It These Cottage are Newly Built, Nicely Furnished, and within ten minutes' walk '
Indian Hirer, Florida. draining and reclaiming swamp and the farmer work like a hoped to fill a long; felt want. The '
lands la Florida, employing an .the Trojanand yet his net returns shippers realized that they were at of Telegraph and roatoffice and leading hotels.

while from Six to seven hundred may be meagre aid unsatisfactoryafter the mercy of a monopoly. The i' ,

J'UDLI8I1ED KVEBT: rBIDAT.MBBBM persons, has paid off the State deducting the freight charges incorporators of the :new line expected Have the steamer land you at Cingras wharf-only three minutes' walk from the
debt, and is now the largest individual from the price procured for his to get fair share of patron ]

'laud owner in this country, products. It was General Bentley, age, and a reasonable return from Cottages. .
'Eetered at 'be Tttn"Tllle Mall .eta BcconO- and ptdbably, the world." The the best manager the J., T. and K. their investment. Those hopes ;
t1all. Disston purchase Is spoken of as W. R'y Company ever had, who. and expectations have been fully C Rates : Per Day, $2.50; per Week, $12.50 ; per Month, $45.

an event of recent occurrence, said : "There is no appeal that realized. To-day it assumes a

TERMS Invariably Awaaa while, as a matter of fact, it was will so touch a man as the appealto more advanced ground. Hithertoits /6dcc-3mo H. H. WILKINSON. Prop. :

BT Check Postal Ordir or One and Two Cent made something over ten years his pocket." The matter of policy has been entirely defen I
l'oIJtage IltamJ>ll. ago. The money realized from the transportation is one that affects sive. Every conciliatory methodhas

One Tear,.....I80x sale wiped.o.t the pressing indebtedness the pockets of our people. been exhausted In the attemptto JAMES PKITCIIABD, President; W. B. BABJIETT, Vice-President! .; I
<* Months..1.no of the State at that time. We wish to say frankly that we adjust the difficulties it has W. M. BBOWW, Cashier.
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Tire < .. The statement that Disston (is the do not propose to allow ourselves been subjected to. The merry

Magi Cent to Copy any Address.In U. 8.or Canada,frepaldWitor "" f" largest land owner in the country to be choked into silence on this chink of the big round dollars the INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK' \\1

is entirely without foundation. vital question because of the at- .people have showered upon it have

,...,.*..... WAITM 8. OMHAMAssociateEditor We don't know that he himself, tempt to discount our efforts in a stimulating ring and assuring (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.) j jA ,
&; nager.C. IL WALToi individually, owns an acre of land behalf of free competition on Indian tone, and it feels in a position to 11
in Florida. The Florida Land and River'on the ground that we continue the battle with certaintyof I -""" | Authorized capital, $100,000 t

Improvement Company, of whichhe have personal interests at stake. success. Paid up capital, $25,000 I

We do not hold onrnevM reeponsibie for tile is a stockholder) ; owns' consider- Who has not? Surely every orange The season is approaching Its .\ Average deposits, $100,000
opinions tttt right of to our reject rorrCTpomlenW any communication.: but we claim able land, but the Sir Edward Reed grower: is personally interested.Is close, but we are reminded that J

publication must bewritten I Company acquired one half of the it a matter of no moment time flies, and there is much workto _..
plainly on one side of the paper only, and I I four million acres originally purchased whether he be compelled to pay do before another one begins.If r a Banking :

In name every and case be accompanied'necessarily by thewriter's for ; and individual purchasershave twenty cents per box instead of the legislature, which meets ina Business .

publication, but as a guarantee of good h. been culling the land over ten, from down river points to few weeks, will do its duty and i

and over for years until it is Titusvilk? The few who are not pass a law which will make it im :-
and Oldest
Largest Bank on the Rhea
ADVERTISING IlATESi dwindling away to an insigniflcent interested In this question are in possible for a railroad to discrim

quantity. Only last month W. J. the minority.Our inate between competing lines of DIRECTORS

PER TEAB. Winegar, a banker of Palatka, contemporary, the Star, ina i. steamers, either by leasing its .. zv JAil PRITCHARD,W.JJ.BARNETT( 'reIldent ."
One Inch.>.*10. Two Inch,........................ 13.110 Inclined to dabble in IH-RKEE (Vlce-lref>,llent National Hunk of
,Three inch................. 20.00 were left in Volusia: county. This transportation believe the service of the E. C.T. -- JackKonvIlle. ), W S. GRAHAM and W.- Mllnowx. ,
Fourlnch,. 2S.OO purchase contained over 100,000 harrangue. This may have been Co. at the opening of next season CORRESPONDENTS.: j I

Five Inch,or Quarter Col.,. 30.00 acres. There are only a few thou. Intended as a fling at our frequent will not be trl-weekly from New '..; ,,.,. Zs Seaboard National llank of New York and t,.
half Column,..'. M-00 sand acres of the Disston lands references to transportation topics. Smyrna to Rockledge, but daily National Bank of Jacksonville. 20'

tl Whole Column..100.00For left in Brevard county, and they Surely the question is worthy of from Titusville to Jupiter. A cry TITUSVILLE, FLA. ,

Mi Months,divide. the yearly rate by two i will all be disposed of _within a consideration. Our views may be comes from the lower river for I
awl add 10 cent.
per year. The prices quoted on these unfair ,and open to severe criticism, competition. If the people really

four Tor and Three add Months W per cent.dlylde the yearly rate by lands are very reasonable, and the but the subject Itself is of sufficient want it they ,can have it ; they THE TROPICAL TRUNK LINE.

Local Advertisements, Ten Cents Per Une development of this section has Importance to demand frequent have only to urge upon their representative Ii
Each Insertion. been so rapid that even the poorest editorial notice. It seems to us the necessity of proper :
Paid Reading Matter not In "Local News" selections are now worth the government that the paper which can remain legislation next April.As .

columns,Five Cent rer Line Each Insertion.Ltgal price. A man of means, silent, witholding its views entirelyand long as it is possible for theJ. THE JACKSONVILLE, TAMPA AND KEY WEST ,SYSTEM. f

Advertisements at Legal Bates. by investing a few hun'dred dollars, neglecting to move a muscleIn ., T. and K. W. R'y Co. to discriminate 1 1t
can purchase a square mile of pine the face of the outrageous course in favor of one particular Schedule In Effect FEBRUARY 19/1891, Central Standard Time. !
All the above rates are for one edition per
week.ff and prairie which is well worth pursued by the J., T. and K. W.R'y line of steamers, no prudentman
0011(0 t
READ ur.
Bills collected monthly. that money, if it is only used as a Company and its protege and will 'care to put his money

private shooting ground or game ward, the Indian River Steamboat into steamboats that might be 430 pm 2110 pm 815 a.u. Lv..JACRSOFYILLE..Ar. 830 t.pm 1320 pint 920 t.1m,
Check,etc.,may be mode payable to "Graham 640 3211 11151I Ar..St. "
is remiss in AnI1Istlne..Lv 466 1000 It
am 810
A Walton" preserve. Company, duty to rendered useless from failure to 610 201. JIm "....M..PwatkA...,...." 1045 am
its readers and patrons, the people. secure an outlet for their 843".. ".......Orlll"nd....... 785 .m I
freight.If ...... .
tr Merchants and all others to whom we are 100 H .lIayt..na. ..." 115 "
PROGRESS OF THE SOUTH. When Mason Young was retired [ the don't ,
Indebted will oblige ns by presenting their bill people want competition t t I t 1'1
lbs lit of every month for prompt settlement. from the management of this and the legislature does not bee 810 pm.. 13110 121 pm.' P28 830 am.. L'f'.J40KAOSVILLB.. Ar. 830 am" 1340 pm 720 pm
Ar..Grl'oveBI.rge..Lv. 1124 l189am "
The report of the postmaster monopolistic alliance a few months pass a law making it possible, thereare 115 209'" 10211 ".......I'alatkA.......:. 4211 10411 820 1123 )
830 pm 314" 11411" ".. .....lIeyllle........" 3011" 1136" 1
general, for 1890 makes an excellent ago, it was hoped that a change plenty of other opportunities 4311 .' 113 pm.. "...... IJeLand........" 800 2111 4M"" I,
Address all communications to of the would occur. It was believed that for the investment of capital and 938 409 10'J "....Oranle City: Jo..." 141! 832 444 ,
showing of ,
progress 1010 440 100 "......l\anford........" 1111 1M 200 ,
EAST COAST ADVOCATE the South. Fifty per cent of the Mr. Cable was a gentleman, and steamboats can be left alone. t437 131" .". ; ...". 7112" 1M i
f680 310 '....TITUSILLE....
TmtviLLi, FLORIDA. offices established would run his road in the interestsof There is in the .. .. 1130 ." 1226 "
new post during money transporta f600 .. .....Taverea......" 1180 '
P. ..
O.Box 223. its stockholders. IIft3 3M "...... .......
This "
the year were in southern states. opinion tion business on Indian River, 62'J .. asa .. a..KI.el.nmee....... 11110 pm" e411 1301 pm i
Out of seventeen presidential post has not changed. We believe as properly conducted, if unlawful 820 1120 ".........JI..rtow.\... 11 6110 M .. 600 11111 S40 am"
8M 620 "........T.mp. ......." 1 i.
did 803
A. Y.Indian we at that time that he is discrimination S00.
F offices, discontinued during the ; can be prevented ; t400 am 6211 ... Fort Meade......" t430200 "
same period on account of decreasing Inclined to act fairly. But we and it should not be a difficult / pmil000 ".....Punta. nor.Ia...." $130"t .

Accepted River Masons Lodge hold No.their 00, Free meetings and business, only two were in the realize that the Great Mogul is task to finally and forever disposeof 2IT pm 10411 am Lv..I'.latka..Ar. 1110 pm 10M t am

on the FRIDAY on or before Full Moon South. The amount of postoffice still the power behind the throne- a concern which is already ::1M"" 1120 Ar..Jnterlnchen..Lv.. 430 S55 "
3110 11M ".. ...HAwthorne....: ."
at 7:30 p. m., in Masonic Hall, In the In. business done in any given sectionIs and is still using the railway com. staggering under the burden of 3M 1220 pm.. .........Rocbelle......." aM 330 1118 1118 "
dian River State Hank building, Titus- pany as a catspaw, sacrificing the and ha- 715/ 1256 "...Oainelvllle..:.." 445 .. 855 "
a pretty good guide as to the extraordinary expenses, 4311 102 ".....Orange Lake....." 248 411 to 1
vflle. Interests of its stockholders I 565 "........ ... .
general prosperity of the people. ; drive rassed by unpaid employees, at a 203 Ovals ..." 155 to 745 "
Visiting brethren are cordially Invitedto 130" \ 3118" "......Leeebnrg..4 "
attend. Florida, and the South in general, Ing a thousand dollars worth of season when its finances should be 7850 to 11151I ........Pemberton....... i04oant 1300 ,00 1130 "" .

WALTER S. GRAHAM, W. M. has nothing to be ashamed of when freight per week to seek an outlet at their best. It begins to look as 1540 625 11M "to ""...........JlrooknlUe..EultlW.............".. 0411 1140 ""
via New the Railroad "....... .. .. .
JOSEPH: MBNDKLL: Secret,. thinking people take up.the census Smyrna, defying If the possibility of the new line 11211 .Tayarel. 1030 "
and Commission, and, invoking the old one-which -Dally. tDaUyexcept 8undaYI. 'BundAY TraIn
postoffice reports, and other outliving we ka and leaving JacklonvlU'S:30 a m and l'aIa'
.t 11:211 P m are dally between Jacklonvllle J'alatka.
statistical pamphlets! issued by the "law's delay" in his desperate hinted at a few months ago-was

Tax commerce of Indian River Uncle Sam, showing the conditionof effort to keep his steamboat line rapidly ripening into a probability.A Junction CONNECTIONS for Orange City,Jacksonville New with diverging/ line north MIlt and went. At Orange City
Smyrna and Lake nelen. At Jupiter with J. ft L.W.R', for Lake
far exceeds that of the St. Johns the nation.ANOTHER on its feet. In considering this Worth. At Sanford with O. B. R'y for Oakland Tarpon Spring CJearwater.ndOulfCoutpolntlj
'''and is and with South Florida Ry for Winter Park;Maitland,etc. At
constantly increasing, and question, we become more indig for Tampa withl'lant Steamihlp Line
Key West Havana and
Mobile for Manatee river
Pleasant Party at Mr. and Mrs. polnu. At Punta Oorda with steamers
with healthy competition :will go nant as we proceed to turn the for Key West, Havana, Punta null,St James City and Fort Myers.
on with greater strides than ever. RAILROAD TO THE subject over in our mind. Are llumphs/ yew PULLMAN York and Tampa PALACE without BUFFET change.BLEEPKO CARS on through fart mall train dally between

It is high time the monopoly was EAST COAST. not corporations like individuals, _. D.-CA JPTTfPt LE Information call on or address t M. E. GRUBER, Agent, Tltnivllle.
crushed out of existence. created equal? Are they not, each The members of the Christian Endeavor Gen'l Manager. DO OeuHwdge6L:

Mr. W. J. Winegar, a banker of of them, possessed of certain in. accepted an invitation to spend

PRIvATE enterprises are protectedby Palatka, has bought all the Disston alienable rights? Why should one Thursday evening at Mrs. Rumyh'a, and INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY
be a more enjoyable occasion cannot be ,
law, and the same security lands iu Volusia county, and also permitted to defy the law by its
should be afforded to corporations. the properties of numerous private I flimsy evasions and excuses, and conceived. The Endeavor gathered ajar..

It would be unjust to deprive themof owners. This land lies, all of it, another, possessing equal rights, about seven o'clock, and found that
be denied justice? their admirable hostess had everything v fcAr5 fc
their rights. But when a cor- within fifteen miles of New Smyrna.We :
poration defies the law, and has have been informed that the Why should a railroad company In readiness to make them p&ll. pleasant Cft ,

the arrogance to rule instead of purchaser is only acting as agent be allowed to willfully and per. evening.

serve the people, it is time to calla For a syndicate of millionaire rail sistently violate the law which Masco--lnatrnmentai and vocal-read.
halt. When valuable franchisesare road men, and that the acquisitionof provides against discrimination lng, and various games were enjoyed.

granted to one of these artifi. the property referred to is only I between competing lines of steam. Among the latter we may mention an

clal persons something is expectedin the beginning of a series of steps ers? Why should it be permittedto Observation Party, that Is, the guests Steamers leave TITDSTILLK dally except Sunday 8.-00 a. m., arriving at Melbourne
.return thai will be made public! and con- shelter one line under the sha.dow were allowd to go separately Into a room, 12.00 Leave noon. Returning leave Melbourne 1:00 p. m., arriving Titusville 7:00: m.
summated before next season. The of its wing and extend it every remain ten minutes, In which time to next morning.Titusville Returning at 350 p.leave m., dally except Sunday, arriving Jupiter 0:00: aT tn.,

Ir the people of the lower river extension of the Georgia Southernand favor and facility, and deny the observe about sixty things odds that and were ends,on-then a table a. m., next morning connecting with Jupiter all points 12:00 noon.north and Arrives east. at Titusvffle 1030
Florida road other the right to land at
want from Palatka to freight
a competing steamboat line W B. WATSON
out and write down all Superintendent.
they can have it New Sm:rna, so as to bring in its dock, and force it to run to a they re- .
urging upon the next legislature season the by grain from the West and to takeout point forty miles away, over a member. A prize was offered for the EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION
one that could remember the greatest
Indian River and route extremely difficult of navigation -
of oranges vegetables -
necessity passing a law putting U.ts. and how It did tax the of
It out of the of to that section, as well as ; and practice every trick its memory COMPANY't
power any railway some. Next was shown an art gallery.
invent evade the
ingenuity to
to control the pine and cypress timber, are among can
commerceI law and the This must be seen to be enjoyed-writ-
Indian River. As the matter the; plans the syndicate expect to ruling of the Railroad ten I
description does not suffice.
stands at carry out. They also expect to Commission? Why should the
present, no prudent in.
Pinning the Donkey's Tall on, afforded
tester would his make New Smyrna a great point Sweeney be restricted to tri-weekly
put money a the trips from to New much amusement. It was laughable to i
fleet of steamers that for shipment of fish to the Rockledge
time be discriminated might out of at any. West. If there is any truth in Smyrna instead of making a daily see some of the blind-folded ones walkup .,
exIstence these and run from Melbourne to Titusville? with so much assurance, and then,
or into a line that is reports, they come to us !
to be subjected to continuous likely from[ a very creditable source, the Why should her officers not be perhaps, miss the object several yards. ARRIVAL AND PEPABTCBE: OF THE STEAMER SWEENEY. .'
litigation. expensive Indian River country will be allowed to make their homes withus Last came the Cob Web Party. This Coixo SoirrH-The Sweeney leaves TITCSVILLK about l:30p. 1

greatly benefited, for we will have ? And why should the sum of was the most difficult, yet beat rewarded CoOING NORTH-Leave* Titusville about 11 a. m. m. ", .

direct outlet to the West; and $350.00-paid( out monthly on account game. As the persons took their and Tbe Friday lteamer.J.at 7 W.m.,Sweeney at all intermediate poi \ eveI") Monday.Wednesdar
WBILK: the "Florida Coast Line with a good freight and passenger of wood-not find its way threads to follow them to the end, they at 6 p. m.Returning. stop and arrive at ROCJUIDGi: : ,

and Transportation Company"this service from New Smyrna, and I into the ,stores of our merchants became appalled as they found the leave RocKLEDGE every Tuesday ,
( is the correct name in full) daily boat to that point by the E.C. instead of being diverted to New threads went under bed, beureaus, and arrive at New flmyrna: at 6 p. m. Thursday and Saturday at 1' L m. j

may not have been as energetic as J, T. Co., we can be entirely inde. Smyrna? We believe these in. etc., and they were directed not to take With A. &: W. n. n. at New Smyrna '1!

It might have been, and while the pendent of the J., T. and K. W. [uiries are not impertinent. their hands off till the spool WM found river Line, anti Clydetl' Steamship Line fur all points north via Clydes SL Johns.

canals it cut are rapidly filling up R'y Co., if they continue their un I. Away with soft gloves Is it I II Downer, all, save one, found their The merchants anti shippers of Indian rover, who wish
and cannot be navigated much just system of discrimination not time the curtain dropped, and spool, and prizes attached and receivedno will lease advise their consignors to mark their goods Via patronize this Use
A. & W. Clyde Line 01
bruised beads nor scratched hands. : Ity and E. C. T. Co. or Via care
longer unless the dredge goes over the farce, that has occupied our n. P. ADDISON C1de Line care of E. C. T. Co., Blue Spl' 1'".
the work again yet, we should be THE TRANSPORTATION attention for so long, came to an The moon was favorable for the In- kT*. H*< P PADDISON .
52f- Manager.
thankful for the work dulgence of out door games. As time __ Gent Frt.
good they end? Must the E. C. T. Companya --- c & Pa& AgtIf ;
QUESTION drew near for the departure all voted ,
accomplished last summer-for
home taxesto
enterprise, paying
without the cutting done on the the State of Florida with every that It was the most complete success In You Wish to Keep Well Posted on the

upper river we fear the run to New I* one that interests every growerand share of stock held by citizens of the way of social entertainments that Various '
Smyrna would have been Impossibility the could be had. Topics of Interest the .
an shipper on river. Our Brevard county-be throttled by on -
and the K. C. T. Co. population is composed mainly of an alien competitor, which has The host and hostess teemed to be East Coast
would have been effectually bottled people who depend upon fruit and never paid a cent into the State just for in the right rlace; they never lacked for j
one minute for
Yp. for this season at least. .vegetable growing for their living, I treasury? Must the new line, en- entertain their guests. something to this Paper.) ,1;


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t Dressed. Poultry of Every Description >8 HARDWARE n!{. ;

Paints Oils. b
Doors & Blinds; ::" ,

' HOTEL TRADE A SPECIALTY. Crockery, rJPill.>ynrcV ood &C Ott-SOlilie Cook iStoVCN. Orders filled same day received Prices guaranteed. i t

ders by wire filled same day received. F. T. BUDGE, Titusville, FIn. '

Write for particulars and prices.

jnjanSmo P. 8. JOHNSTON, Manager.Correspondence. 4 1
Melbourne.Sunday Haulover Hash. II. K. OLMSTEAD,

and Monday-were rainy days, i I [From our Irregular-cnrreq"nndentl The Pioneer Dealer In INDIAN RIVER LUMBER *

with brisk wind from the northeast. I
I The ADVOCATE Is considered tilt paperIn GENERAL MERCHANDISE ,, '. : t'
11 a do not hold ourtflret rerpontlte for Every room In the Riverside was occupied these parts. I .

\\ht opinw* of our corretpomldtlt.Blnino last week. We are on the gift ttrr to know who Is Eau Gallie.I COJ.\lP.A.N-y, ',') 'j :. : '.
Mr and Mrs McEwan, of Glasgow going to run the postofflco when Mr : r

Does Want War? Scotland, are guests at the Melbourne. 1 Vann says good bye. keep In Mock a Choice variety of Capital, S 5OOO. _: : :

Mtas Edwina Horton is visiting her Mr. C. II. Nauman says he Is going to GROCERIES, HARDWARE, .
\Fast Coat Adrocalt brother Mr. Chas. Horton, of the Newt; put out a bulkhead for the E. C. T. Co. CROCKERY, TOILET I ARTICLES, ETC _FLA. > :. ){ i

next and when
We see Mr. Lookwood has turned season, "Charley" says And will Sell Low the Lowest. '
Sins The following article from a re- as as COMPLETE STOCK OK ,-;- '
he is to do thus and he
going so- usually
Icent lesue ot the Ti1M. ['nn T granger: and Is planting a crop of snap ; Can and J '
ows examine my Stock. 18 '
gets there. House Boat and Lumber JI (
beans.Cnpt.. .Skiff k, '
lame up in his true light, and is deserving : ) .
of publication in your ell-liked and W. S. Tancre stopped here to Mr. J. D. Vann and family expect to Brick Lime Cement Fire-Brick '''' \=
J. E.
|jKpular journal, for the benefit of manyf ; procure supplies for cruising party on leave Clifton this week and take ul1\ ENDER & CO., 4 .{ :

youraiumcrous readers who ,do not the Isabel. their abode In future near Sebastian "OV'a1oh.D:1.akoraAXil; : Mouldings Lath and Shingles .t" "
[take Jacksonville Mr. Vnnn Is one of our oldest residents. ,, I', ,.
papers. Peach and

Feb. 25th. J.'1:. P. blooming trees freely. Orange orange and trees lemon are There is an opening here for a general MANUFACTURING JEWELERS Brackets, Pickets, Turned Work, <,i,,; : ; ">;

[Rockledge, store Considerable business might be
trees are fullt new growth. EJcn.1SOS: 37'x'tvrta.oca.: : to; Oirdox t ; ; 'i'
Titusvil o, Flu :
"Mr.tBlalne is done at this point. The dally steamboat "
no.doubt, but he a has very not astute distinguished politician, Messrs. W. B. Payne and 3. F. Butsh, service has given the Haulover region a _. ____.__ __ __ __,_ __ _e.. '_It. .HANSON, Malinger. '::11':'" ::; .
of Chicago, are stopping at the River Repelling of Fine and Complicate:
[himself\ln matters,of diplomacy thus far.e regular boom Watches of Professional Cards.T \
; setting Diamonds and other
J. :1\[ .
would have done better if he had adbptcd side.The Jack Ferguson, Mr. Heath's right Precious Stones. Sanders Co., ', .4

,the homely injunction, "first be fruit in the Carleton grove i Is hand man at the Dummlt grove, we are Alligator and Hog Tusks Carved and L. CUULDEN, Dealers S
being picked and packed.. We believe Mounted for c.ino-hcads }
ure you are right then ahead,'" es Informed, has got his eye on an excellent brooches, etc. .
go ;?. ,S.Watson &: Co. are the buyers. Shell Jewelry made.
piece of Government land and is DRY "
'ecla1Jyln dealing with a governmensessad < In S. IL J tY'1I new building, opposite ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW, GOODS NOTIONS 1
'The Valkarla laid here over Sun. about to become actual settler. ,
of a navy overwhelmingly- up an corner from lbstof lrt' TITU8\'1I.LB, FLA. ,
erior to ours. No sooner lid he become flay or part of the day. Capt Brainerd Unless the Canal Company bring their Prompt attention to all orders hy mat CROCKERY,

cretaory; of state than he began to twist had on board a party, from St. Paul, dredge back and send McGlnty down to or otherwise. :21nov J AS. T. SANDERS, SADDLERY,

the British 'lion's tail, and as the lion Minn., bound for Jupiter mid: Lake scrape out the several small bars that STATIONERY: ". .
forth mild Worth. have formed as a result of the recent FAMILY'MEDICINES,
ave only growls MrMaine1
very HODGES & GODFREY Will prmctlo In kit the Court* of the Seventh
[ admirers fell to admiring him A large party went over to Melbourne high winds, the Sweeney or the St. Judicial In-ult of .'101'1<111. GARDEN SEEDS. ;

ore than ever. And then he made an- Bench, Friday night, on Commodore Augustine-perhaps both-will have' a Manufacturers of I'. O, Box,2311. TITt' VIIJ.K, FLA. CHOICE OnCI:ltnR, tai, R

other slum of giving the tall .a mighty; Bergin's sloop to see the effect of"moon tough time of it one of these days. Money to Loan.ClKOKOK I IIAY, CORN, MAPEV FERTILIZERS :

the The breezo Settlers the Tiirnbull hammock, on Yellow Pine, Lumber FINE PATENT: FLOUR.Ooooci '
moist, which really was no twist at all, light on sea. was too M. UoimiMl. WALTKU8. GRAIUMnOUBINS

ercelvfeg: which his admirers began to cool to make any bathing agreeable, but the west side of the head of the river, Jt: GRAHAM, FJ.or1.da.' ( '" ,

dsh he had let the lion alone. the sail was "just lovely." talk of making Clifton their shipping Orange n.HOl'UII.x II......4.,DUK8HKK, ., wi

The punYlhow of resistance to alleged "3Iayor Stewart was made happy by a point next,winter. They claim it will *rult A "*.*..101.t Cratm. ATTORN E YS-AT-LA W, J. W. Rogers, ';

Depredations of British sealers has repilndedmome visit from his brother, Mr. E. L. Stewart be far more convenient to bring their. on Lumberdetlverrolatanyutrtlit thrniiirh Mil of lading. Anyone Indian rnntemplHtInff Hive, TITVIJVII, lircvard Co.' ,.Florida DEALER IN CLOTHING, ,, '
products across the river in sail boats : bnllmnK on the hunt Count, would do well to r. o. Ilex, rae. "
of Sancho Panza's battle and family, of ,Chicago. Mr. Stewart writ fur urlcen. The Haw'\ mlII Mtnated oa the \\11I1"11"" In all tliemiiiiitlmor the Seventh Gents Furnishing Coeds .
kith the wfnd-mills. ,The nominal seiz- was accompanied by several friends, than to haul it to Aurantla station. J.,T. & K. W.Hy.,9 uillui ninth of lalatka. Circuit, end In the Supreme Cmirt. Special' fit- Shoes Hats .
The St. Augustine floats through the Agents I Cocoa,r;. Hilling I Kan Gallic Kngen "111th. for KxmiilnliiK and l I'errrtlug tam Caps Umbrellas
pre,of one of the vessels by a 8fngle'sea- eighteen in all, who are very much nralnuril. Uiuw.paSntxuiim Title. CnrreniHinilence solicited from CUlinintt Trunks Yalises 4

an': was a contemptible farce, but i It pleased with the country. canal like a luck, with a big passenger 111ghtsl'utnan/ ('0., I II\. Mid llclra Vo HpanlHli. Kl Ornate.DluuPy FINE CIGARS, Etc. ,
ay rise to the dignity of a set-to-come Nearly a year ago a Congregational list every trip, while the Sweeney stag 1 The only house In town making a spoclnlty -
ly if when it should gers along with the biggest kind of loads of dents. Furnishing ''
adjudicated upon, church society was formed here and GEO. ALTREE goods ,
of freight. It looks as if there was no )[. D. L. DODbON Drop In and '
ave to:1*,treated as an act of piracy. officers elected. Last week a mInister DR. iCf my stock, and "

t present the Harrison government arrived, Rev. Thos. Pull, who delivered end of oranges on Indian River, from BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT compute mand every pilcpii.consideration Cash customers com- ,, t' '

reported to be gathering the naval his first sermon here on Sunday in the the thousands of boxes we see gliding TititHVillo, Fla." SPECIALIST Itf OPERATIVE, SURQI claim to confer. competitors '
rceeef the nation in the ;Pacific and by toward New Smyrna; and wo presume 4
church. Call when
Agent,: for Planes and Organs; Florida CAL & MECHANICAL DENTISTRY convenient. First door: ,
less than cent this
the force bill should fall of i inay It fifty per come way. ,
passage, Mr. L. D. Lockwood Brick and Lime; New prowess Gasoline south of AnvocATK office.
our enterprisingdry
precipitate a war with Great Britla Mr. Belts, a prominent hotel man of: Stove that cannot explmlo.: TITt'HVIIXK, FJ.oUIIIA.DU r
goods merchant, received visit las New York hall tract of
City, bought a
Will at all times handle dUrrlpt-
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desperate resort for the every
saving week from his mother Mrs. Chan. Lock land from Andrew Jackson on tho north DIXON &
Ion of New and Second Hand Furnltuie B. L, WILLS QUAY
publican "
party. we shall see wood,.of Yonkers, N. Y. Mrs. Lock- side of the new canal and adjoining the In fact will get anything to supply the I
feather the old lion -not. property known as the Vann place. The Dealer In
can growl or wants of the People.Tradesmun's .
wood has just returned from a journey PHYSICIAK A SURGEON, I
"Other seekers after popularity besides purchaser will erect a large club house Soiled Stocks Disposed ol. Drugs, Chemicals Perfumery Toilet
through Mexico, California and Texas, and sportsman's resort during the com sell A graduate of the University of Penn. .
Will Commission
ft.' Blaine have sought to tease the British and has now gone on to interview the ing summer, and expects to have it In or Public on Auction, anything by private you treaty want; sylvanla, and an experience of twenty; Articles Fine Soaps, Stationery / .fi e l/
lion, ,the idea being that be willa Lake Worth apple-pie order for next season. The to turn Into years In practice, offers his services tithe :
country. monoy. JEWELRY
a great deal before he will show his regular steamboat service on the upper Cash advanced on Goods for absolute citizens of Titusvlllo and vicinity. ,
eth.; It is true that Canadawoulc Dr Fay, traveling passenger agent o f river is doing wonders for the development sale. ,I' OFFICE!:: oven J, w. HOOK its A co. SPECTACLES hSEIVINO : :''
the Clyde line, has been in town a few of this locality. MACHINES. .
affer severely in case of war, but the days looking after the Interests of his .. A RUE P ELY, Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machines and i
nited Stales would suffer still rfajag L Machinery ;
| more, Repaired. Watches Clock <
line. 'If the Clyde line wish to obtain C. J. HECTOR : ,
Che Canadian C : JUSTICE OF and Jewelry a Specialty.
yen on frontier. :Sy the | TilE PEACE 17ru DIST ,
|nn of the treaty of 1817 we are to freight from this part of the river they; Dealer In ,GeneralMorolat Notary Public for the State at Large. School Books and School Supplier. v
will 'be compelled to run their own Contractor and nullilet of M Subscriptions taken at '
a. gjri over yean publisher's f
ex1a'rienee. price ti
four vessels the I ;
only war on great '
ep ndiso: ;:I a Natural riulih Hpeolalty.METJIUiniNB for Newspapers Books
steamers, giving us a competing line anda ___ : Magaxlncs, etc \ ,
Ices, aad they are of insignificant -elze. FLA. 1
through line to New York. Melbourne, Fla. C3 "Qi jI Prescriptions carefully compounded at :: *
be vessels that be -- -- ---- -----------
largest can passed
any time, day or night. 1
Mr. 'Hawkins, in the employ of the I If! Q 0I i 17Drligs
|rough the Erie canal are of 225 tons -Iv-illiam "
Ii : : FU1oh;
iirden. :England short notice Government as Inspector is in town, I ...
on ,
Hats Clothing Dry Goods o I Drnyman. \;; .
uld place-over one hundred naval ves- wind bound. He will visit Malabar to R Hauling done at reasonable rates. Attends 1I I

,'some .f them 1,500, tons, on the Inspect the cigar factory of Mr. II. C.Starke Just Arrived. Splendid Goods. (t1 a:ai { all departing, and meets all arriv Patent Medicines ')"'"y3,-

keg,, and Chicago, Buffalo and a score ,of that place. Mr. Starke, froma OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE, LEAD, 1 o.I 1H ing trains. ,

; other ewes would be at their mercy, small beginning, has built up a very DRUGS, GROCERIES, GRAINOf l 8ao Orders left with' G. B. Rumph or at .

ada has 800,000 well drilled mea andreserve < good trade, and his cigars are sought for all kinds; and in fact a full line of .1 ADVOCATB attention. office- will receive prompt Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Article .. ". ta-

of 00,000 more, all of whomold I all along the river. everything. Call and examine. 11 : J s
Kept constantly on hand at ', 1
I be quickly placed in the field with The Sebastian put In nearly twenty. Jsl i A. Frosohor, ,J_-

Been from the British army. four hours on the shoal at the south end HUe Meat Market.ALL TITUSVILLE, FLA., J" B., Screven's *;-e '

"Of course the people of the UnItedtea of Grants Farm passing here on her way < Keeps a full Metalllo and
Wooden "
have plonty of martial valor and up about two o'clock Sunday morning; I oo! a DUUO 8T UE. *. .J.JAUo 41 f'
e ready to fight all the rest of the' returning with a good list of passengers KINDS OF Coffin, Cases, and CutketN. ,Ii Ht

orld when sufficient provocation is on Sunday afternoon. Capt. Bravo Funerals attended If desired. AH orders the latest Newspapers Perlod1I.I.% .

erect, but they don't wish to be drag- crowds his boat for all she Is worth, but Fresh and Salt Meats Eggs EDEN rates.promptly Embalming executed,done.and at reasonable :it cals. etc a ,,'.
1 into war to.uit the purpose of poll- can't run her on dry land very fast. I j .
clan,, especially while the coast Is in a Mr. Wallace's house boat, "Solid Comfort Oysters Fish Fruit & Vegetables P. J. TTATsXj.CONTRACTOR FOR ,." > c

cticaHy defenceless condition. With ,*' was moored near the city dock on PINEAPPLE '
15 BKASOV. '
tie consequence.,of the civil war fresh Saturday evening, with a jolly party Wines & Spirits! (

i the minds of oar people and an enor- bound t for Jupiter and Lake Worth. CASH FOR POULTRY, EGGS, VEO- TituBvillo, Fla. 4 I

out war tax caddied upon them they Messrs. Harry Fee, E. J. Fairfield, T. P. TABLES, ETC. Estimates furnished on application. .j.

re i In no mood Another: war at pro- Wallace. and J. B. Fisher of Marion, 19 E. J. DAVIS, Manager. PLANTATION. Correspondence and patronage solicited Beers .: .

nt. Ohio, and F, B. Law., of Chicago comprised Hmo .its' 1 1

"Mr. Blaine has placed the United the party. They Intend to spend PERFECTED T. E. E1.1.ohnrds, 3VI.: 23. :Zltumoll.BRICKLAYER : CIGARS :

tate In la[ rather uncomfortable position a week at Lake Worth, returning by CRYSTAL LENSESJ. ETO.OF : .; .

in relation to England. After all easy stages. v.a.. rug.cawuy Eden, Indian River Florida. Y YT. !'l & PLASTERER TIlE FINEST QUALITY, !
ru.l Ae4 u.ayas ?' :I'
bluster about Behring sea, Mr. Blaine 1"' '
00 TO : t i
BOW asserts that be never claimed Wanted w. SIVHT: TitUHvillp, Fla. )

bwnenhlp of the sea for the United Information 'in regard to the Kilt, a Drayman, Work contracted for on any part of Lesley & Eonakcr. .
Mates, and he admits that the only title Indian River 8
species of Hawk or Falcon, which Inhabits Will attend to all kinds of Hauling, Families Supplied.
this country asserts to the waters adjacent
this State. A good price will be promptly, cheaply and expedltlously.: u
t* the sealing grounds is based on Jno McAllister
of the this
paid for some eggs of bird. Will ,
Ihe title asserted by Russia, which was deliver baggage for passengers .
Write for particulars to W B. Porter, t
evidetly arriving or departing on train or steam
of doubtful validity. 224&, South Oakley ave., Chicago, 111*. 2 joats.. !, Contractor for
"The points made by Me. BlaIne in re- ,h r
to England's alleged respect foruuia' E. Can be found at the Railway Station 1
ENDER & CO. rsiaellpd-lima
-Mr- C. Corneluten, of Brooklin, X. or at my residence In South Titusville.
claims, and England's assertionf ,
Y., was in town Monday. Have exclusive sale of these celebrated U. S. Mall Carrier. fi !
Celon waters
title lathe pearl fishery
Glasses In .
Kau Gallle
TltultvlUe.FAt'LKNEn. .
t to the waters around St Helena doing Pictures, 4 for SOcU. at Woodward'stent 4 4I

| Napoleon's imprisonment there, Tltusville. Picture of a whole ; KELLAM WOOHK Al 1MtGteNTP

*ouM have but little weight with acard family for SOcts. ALto fine collection of The only Manufacturing Opticians In

I of arbitration. Secretary Seward Florida views for sale. 2tf. the not South, Atlanta, Oa. Peddlers are Tk'Blcrcu W. HENDRY,
supplied with these gooda. OfebOmo
5 aid a dear price for Alaska, and Secretary -For many years the travel to Florida laltu tt rttwe Dealer la ..

Blaine will make It cost a hundred I baa never been as heavy as It Is this sea- Notice.To o'S'611it' rugrNr MCMdU

told more If he .. not more cautions.Krbitration son. The series of tours under the All Whom It May Concern. General Merchandise

I_vidently the proper and I charge of the personally-conducted system r V TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKV that appllca- $..AkZItep I
1\ tloo will be mad to the LeglaUtnr ot i .
[>sly method of settling the difficulty.
of the Pennsylvania railroad have the Stale of Florida at lu use aeuion, to pass DRY GOODS,
a local or ipeclal till to fenllae the iacurpuraioo S
For Charter by Hour or Day. been remarkably successful, and every 11 of UM Tow ot Eau: Uauie, la the county ofirerard NOTIONS THE ADVOCATE ,
: and to declare the l ..
tour runs crowded. The next to leave, corpora oQ 01EM '-
Oa1I. valid sad of foil fore awl effect" ,and
The 80ft cabin launch Delphine, the 27th, I* about filled up, and the remaining to dense the bouadarlee of said Tows uf tao STATIONERY, Job DepartmentIs "
i for charter, by the hour or day for two of March 3rd and 17th have UiM*UU the, add eornorat change* limit the pmeat wW eunula boondarlee aerUonet ao Choice

ny point on Indian Kiver.-Address, B. already space engaged.-Philadelphia w.. IS, II. IT, *), n sad ZI uf Tuwnahip alofeb.apI2L Groceries, ri
Baap If taoL Ready (to do Your Work
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-,NEWS AND NOTES WASHINGTON D. C. ARRESTED presldi FOR' ,m RDER.! 1 nC....tl*. CUM* ) mean Milk-Bath a beadtifnl" com K I1'1 ;

A Bank, Charged With .f r F 7Hda If purses would 'J'J00U8N
Killing Ills Wife., An mutual article from milkman
FROM the city
CONDENSED, THE A din patch \Vedneadalrom Clarks, wktlr repnbUdi to this clear is just as bene
AND CABLE. Neb.: says 8. B. Cowles president of subject of much comment. combined with a little CURES.DOCTOR ; 1
tbe Pacific! bank and one of the most tidi ceo_ evm more
and oldest citizens of Nebraska Mt r, the following from milk bath that is al

Epitome of Incidents that Happen Proceedings of the Second Session has prominent b arrested, charged with having shows Dr.j.: B. Hmion. who, Is to the akjn pure

from Day to Day. 'bf the 51st_Congress. deliberately murdered his wife early on nJr ta}toehewnt In n! a dOle or more bags! or 1 1j 1
-- the morning of February 4th. since tbe of America, sent an of out a foot square. fill j
discovery of the crime the city has beenat pApII' a few to SKKATB. llihed f detailing
prevails alarming extent white heat of excttrraeut. two-thirds oatmeal .
Smallpox Mrs. fine
In the senate, on Tuesday, tbe qacs and rescue from ENGLISH !
at Belfast. lion of the Hawaiian cable came up Cowles Was choked to death in her bed death. It would b*impo soap. Add a little borax

The outlook of the dockors' strike at again Carlisle the ground chamber. Her screams attracted attention the personal enquiries which orijs root and tie up 3
Jlrj taking
London and Cardiff is most serious. that under, .the treaty with the Kingdomof and when neighbors rushed in the .bat t our they office have as to been th.so One bag in twelve REMEDY

The Etna Coal Company, of Chattafcooga Hawaii the United States had the husband was .lying apparently unconscious thar rettigation UM makes a delightfully re

made an assignment; Wednesday, right to the occupation of the harbor of: on the floor with blood streaming D ythis and the skin like \elvet.- i
from a wound In the head, while the With end.la vj w a r
for the benefit of its creditors. Pearl river, and could land a cable there oH4 Dr. \ SOLD IN I
dead this on
body of Mrs. Cowles was stretched paper
A bill to authorize women to rote at without any concession that might be deuce, when the following
.n the bed with tho imprints of the is excellent for sponging
held citizen of Massachusetts. That '"That artIate ENGLANDfor
defeated by a curred !
general elections has been by not
that are
murderous fingers on the throat. The wool goods
the Kansas house of representatives. treaty, however, had been violated by house created quite a whirlwind. need Cashmere la. 1H&. afasl U
the United States in the'pllllag'O of the was ransacked as if by burglars mats about the terrible to washing.
Mr. Powderly has canceled all his search of, booty and some money and ia and tin way you wars may be washed with a
tariff act of 1800 though he was not
western engagements and returned to jewelry were mlll8lo When resuscitated In usta1D1" the water and the color not AMERICAfor
the $
aware that Hawaiian government lea of thins and
Scranton, Pa. Ilk: health is very bad. the i husband described how a maskedfburglar should not be rubbed
esmti bottle.
garded the treaty as Abrogated. In con ones. I was bronf ht so '" sv
By the explosion{ of an ammonia tank nection with that point, the action of the had rushed into the bed chamber U.first and moat timple but only between the hands
In an Ice factory at Suffolk. Va, Tuesday conference committee and of the two felled him to the floor and killed his not think WM rick. It is : the )line to dry without IT TASTES COOpJ E:

one man wu killed and several ins houses in connection with the tariff bill wife. He immediately offered rewardof hMdacbes; Mt Ural mart of ; treated in this way and --- ,
Mt nothing cue day and "" '
jured. came under discussion >fr. Carlisle $5,000 for clews to the murderer. At cat: felt dnU pains and my wrong side as soon as dry

The water in the rivers at Pittsburg istwentysix agreed that the Hawaiian cable amendment the inquest suspicion was directed toward of order but did not think look like new.-TTaA- BI.tE. t.

feet, and was rising at the had no proper place on the diplomatic the banker as the murder. Detectives thiac serhnu.

rate of seven inches per hour at noon and consular appropriation bill. It were put to work on the case, and "Tin medical instead profession of I

Tuesday. related to a Subject that ought to standby as a result of this investigation Cowles symptom it II high tim it oead. l

John D. Knox fe; Co., investment itself and on its own merits. By was arrested, charged with the crime. ha v*fait mentioned,,or uJ. Ft
acing on the free list under the Cowles for seven years was aa officer in or Irritation of tft* wa uPO I
bankers Kan. made sugar ,
Topeka, an assignment .
the Union Pacific transportation service th approach of kidney
Liabilities will reach tariff bill of 1800. the net of 1870 admit.. ,
and Is a Odd Fellow and -iD announces the owning
and rice from the Hawaiian prominent
(300,000. ting supar W*do not treat th* cough
been islands flee of duty, so as to carry, out Mason. His banking institution Is one the rang*. W* should not '
The Sioux Indian. who have
on a of the largest in the state. The murdered '
the had been trying to relieve the
treaty, repealed'-expressly 4 -o:- :
visit to themselvesas
Washington express and the woman wns a society leader and the body er other symptoms,
absolutely repuled-by
dissatisfied with their conference with the United States without notice congressof to was never known to have quarreled with to the kidneys,the source JEWELER
the authorities. her husband. The wounds on'the Ailment*.
the Hawaiian 73 Whitehall St.
government.In then Is what
The Confederate Veteran's Camp, of the senate, on Wednesday, the copyright banker's head, which ho declared to aid"This that more, than you on.- : ATLANTA, GA.

New York, on Tuesday, appointed a bill having been taken up as unfinished have rendered him Unconscious\ developed which occur aria from & Best Good, lowest

'committee to attend the funeral obsequiesof business, ftlr. Platt yielded to the upon examination, to have been "rredxly. t A Prices. ,
General Sherman. tbe merest scratches and could Thousands Of
request of Mr. Davis to'allow a pension which
A phenomenal sleet storm has plastered .bill on the calendar to be passed. Some have been administered by himself. turing Bctghf: people dieeas'to-day in some of "ed7bp Crtato '4Wa

great areas of country with ice, from tho dozen pension bills were taken from tho It ..a Hydra-headed monster ; I

ADegbnnlcs to the Rockies, north of calendar and passed, including bills increasing NEWS FROM IRELAND. symptoms. should strike r,
who ha them. I ,
Mason aud Dixon's line. the pensions of the widow of one call hundred of death can ; .;

The stockholders of the Illinois Steel Gen. Custer to $100 a month. The copy- Political Wrangling:--.Suffering dared at the time were BNJOYS .,
Company at Chicago, have voted to increase right bill having again been taken up apoplexy heart ,
the capital stock of the a vote was taken on the Sherman amend. Among People.The fever and; other common oom and results when

from $23,000,000 to $30,000,000.company- ment, offered Tuesday by Mr. Power to Dublin JSzpreu of Wednesday M*"And now did were all caused these eases by Brig ha is taken; it u pleasant

Ex-Secretary Gibson of the whisky admit copyrighted books,. etc., printedin says that Ireland is committed- to the toms at flrttr to the taste, and acts )

trust who I. under indictment foreign countries upon payment of the strife of two plwerfullartlel, A state of "l'ffr011II!: of them, and on the Kidneys, ;,
to antitrust cor conspiracy tariff bill. The amendment was agreed affairs not seen before save In the time of eared ..I..... by the Umely cleanses the sys ,
destroy an distillery
to-yeas 80, 24. Thereupon Mr. civil war. "The prelude to this strife" remedy. I sra getting my colds head-
in IMS. bond of nays dispels ,
Chicago, = given a $25,000. opened In this matter and
the Erpreii "is Mr. Gill's letter to
Frye renewed his ,amendmeut requiring says ,
tag others to see the fact and cures habitual
The roundhouse of tho Missouri
Cypress photographs, to be printed on plates ex-: Mr. McCarthy. Fierce language will housed danger." of ia the "Ii
Pacific railroad in Kansas City, Kansas, ecutcd ia the United Sta'es. The amend. and probably broken heads will fol- Mr. W.n,.., who WM' Syrup Figs 1 4

burned 'on Thursday with eighteen ment was agreed to-yens 41, nays 24 low. The contest really is between Far- meat on If. flfc Paul street, : of ita kind ever pro- (
engine. Total loss! estimated at $173 Mr. Ingalls moved to strike out of sec Dell and the hierarchy and will result in neetlyi to the taste and ac-

000.Tho B the proviso allowing the publishing ofa the overthrow of hierarchy by Parnellor creased"It is wonderfully trne that Bright', and w, *( stomach, prompt in t
is. its
Kansas house of representatives, newspaper or magazine to import two vice versa. Twenty-five thousand statistics, the from'1Q to 'SO truly: beneficial \
on Tuesday passed a compromise bill copies of any newspaper or magazine dollars, the first installment of the lib over 250 per cent. Look at only from the most

appropriating $00,000 for thu aid of destitute published in a foreign country, and to to the McCarthy 1 !. has been men it has carried off and Is agreeable substances, its

settlers in the western counties of insert in lieu thereof the following: "And deposed in checks signed by Morley and of year paralysis for while and many apoplexy are qualities commend it ,

Kansas.In except In case of newspapers and periodicals McCarthy victims of kidney disorder, made it the most .,-.

the legislature of South Dakota which are hereby exempted from THE!: PEOPLE SUFFERING. bear'' disease, paralysis, known.

James II. Kyle was elected United States prohibition of Importation" Agreed to Michael! Davitt, who his. been visiting Nearly every week the Figs ia for sale in SOc L. DOUGLASS ::1

senator on the fourth bal'ot Tuesday by without division. Other amendmentswere he west coast of Ireland reports that tho death scourge.of some Recently prominent". by: all leading drug SHOE OIE..IMIII.I I

a combination of independent and demo offered and rejected. itnaily a vote inhabitants of that coast are badly in has been checked,.and I reliable druggist who _C.OO <;..wl.. Hued-sawed' rues.mi aM i
.., ocratlc rotes was taken on the passage of the bill. and need of 'seed. lIe also pronounces the general use of my remedy." it hand will D nrlWi. ATM Shoe whfafe_.. _It. 'j

Tho Border Alliance met at Danville the bill was passed-' yeas 80, nays 14. road-repairing; work being done at Achill with.'Do it you today think who many do not on for one' who pro 9 4,.00 equated II...far 4-Mw."Ie.4 Md Well..armoU.00 Aea.ealtMess**/. I

Va.. Wednesday and passed a resolution **. to be a mere burlesque, and adds that Warner any tte..>rar Welt Is r. staMlara' ....
it. Do not accept any v Bboe at a popular price.
recommending that an anti-trust cigarette nonsn. children: are suffering for lack of milk. "A prominent profewor in 3.3e F.lice...'. tlt i5 ii ..eoJaIIT ...,...

factory bo established! with a capital In pursuance of a written designation Timothy Harrington has brought suit for medical college WM lecturing All mad raUr" la Ooagnm_ Bunra, etc.aW Laee. 'j
8 stock of $300,000. by the speaker, the house was called to damages against the publishers of this on the subject ot Bright's FIB SYRUP CO. '4.00 ler tbe ealr...........Skat

The American Loan and t Trust Com order Tuesday morning by Mr. Poyson, 'ntupprtuMe bee IUltl of some publica- and various WM fluids showing under the .w FRANCISCO, CAL. t 4'.MM$. D.M la..*=.prkIe.fer Lm4tM, Is. a BW*. .
of Illinois. Mr. of Ohio tion reflecting on disposition NEW rORK. It.'- a> ...
pany,,, of Now York, closed its doors Thompson, Harrington's! dications ot this terrible 9.b sh.ererL.dt.aaeel.yar.JIG.Hhsee Y
of the evicted I
Wednesday, the immediate cause beinga from the committee on judiciary, reported now, gentlemen, h* said\ pastuiaxev"A MU1 retain tb.tr.soelleaos for M>Is..5s. I'
a resolution for the impeachmentof the unhealthy Indications, I AU goods warraalad and Mampad with note e* t
deman$ for a large amount of money how it appears in a state of boUon.' UatfiM Hand local a.eo{cannot eapi,,..,. tt
which the trust company could not meet., Alex Bonrman, Judge of tbe United BEFORE THE COURTS. and he submitted his own and direct to(actorenekxlnf adrarHaid pales. "
States district court for the western district a portal (or order Weeks :
watched the
Alexander D. Anderson of Washing test. As he W. IM DOUALAS. Br.ekl_.Maaa. ".
ton D. 0. has been of Louisiana, for high crimes and The Lottery People Want 'an sues suddenly eh"Pd-bll u'..AN'I'IUde.>> every rltTa4lawn :
appointed special misdemeanors. Ordered printed and re- maud both left him ant ..t aemplrd ",. eQrl.., .. ".ac'i :'
commissioner in charge of the eastern committed. Mr. Stone, of Missouri from Amendment Enforced.A woke be said Gentlemen, l ,
of the world's Columbia discovery I ban / K
department exposition painful ;

with headquarters In New York the committed on publiq. lands, reporteda New Orleans dispatch says: In the the kidneys;; and in less fHtNEw yf BsTEiijl
and Washington bill forfeiting certain railroad land supreme court .Wednesday, mandamus dead. The slightest
grants. Mr. Adams, of Illinois raised proceedings in the case of John A. Morns ney difficulty should; be I
The North: German steamer Havel terror to one." JUST PUBLISHED- '' .
Loyd the question of consideration and the of the Louisiana Lottery Company any f.i
while on her way down New York bay, house having refused to consider bill, versus Secretary of State Mason, were "Yes"You, know i han of both Dr.read. er, Propr., Stove Foun. H,

Wednesday, collided with the Italian it was withdrawn. Mr. Brewer, of Michigan called for argument. This action was "11 I*very wonderful U it Quebec, writes: "I i';
bark Mascatta. The bark sank almost presented and after a brief debate, taken by Morris to compel the secretaryof "No more so than a great Flower for Dys. "I

Immediately., Three of her crew were the house agreed to the conference reporton state to promulgate set No. 21, knownu hare come to my notice." M ha -ave me great relief. I ,!
drowned. by the same mean r
the fortification bilL the amendment act which ,'
appropriation lottery "You believe then that to all Dyspeptics as a :
Secretary Blaine in a letter to the The house then went into committee of provide for the subsmiasion to the voters can b*cured." "

Washington Star of Tuesday, denies the I the whole ou the Indian appropriationbill. of the state of an amendment to the constitution "( know it can. I know y. WEBSTER'SINTERNATIONAL t

telegram which wu read at the railway Mr. Carter, of Montana, offered an and inserting therein an article and the experience of ; General Dealer
celebration at Fairhaven Washington. amendment appropriating $940,000 to relating ti schools, levees, asylums, I cent persons who were and: writes "I, j
both their Quebec
The telegram alluded to expressed a wish carry out the agreement with the Crow churches, drainage etc. The bill passed "You speak physician of own :
for the union of Canada and the United Indians of Montana; adopted. Mr. Hoi- the last legislature by tbe necessary two- w.ill" year Flower with the" DICTIONARY 11 t

States man offered an amendment providingthat thirds ,.ote. and was vetoed by the governor "A fearful one. I had results for Dyspepsia.

A special from Fostorta, 0., says that the Cherokee nation may negotiatewith but both branches of the legislature united not know, for what business ailed .for... W and ,
ex-Oov. Foster, who is mentioned as the the secretary of the interior for the refused to consider the go.ernor'eveto, found it WM kidney Engineer j

probable successor of the late Secretary sale of the Cherokee outlet; adopted.The and ordered, by reso.utioj.tliat be tecle.tary WM little hope and so did& Sydney, Australia, A

Windom, :was, on Wednesday, called to committee then rose and reportedthe of state ado ..d utgate the since learned that one et Flower has effected for the Family GRAND, the Bekaal.INVESTMENT er ha Llkrary.R .
New York by a telegram from President bill to the house. The previous question mendmont. This lie refusal to do, and this city pointed me out to in my case. It act. .TlIoa ku been U progress far erar M f aarsu

Harrison. Mr. Foster left for the East was ordered on the passage of the lorrla sued out a writ of manuamus to the who street will be one dead day within saying a j ." SSOO.ecnazpaidad Mara t a1l10e tdiMrUl UWran ties aapywaajriata empley *.

at once. bill, and the house adjourned. compel him to do so. The case was submitted hi* words would have Crlllul.UIIIlo.tjea'."1.... CreS the Be."

James B. Kinsley of Boston, was arrested without argument, and the judge not fortunately used elM Corinth,Miss.writes: Bold br A all BoakMHen. lllutratedaamphtatfrae.
G. C. KKXUU AM A CO..PnblUkara
Werner's Baf Cure.
Wednesday, charged with the XOTES. without giving any reasons, refused to M Did make a your August Flower the epreageid,Maa..V...A.
embezzlement of $34,000 from Boston The copyright bill, as it pasted the make the mandamus peremtory. The case of Mr.you U. H. Warner. in the world for Dys. ..CaBtlamt. -Tbcra bare reoaBOrbaaa teaed
senate Thursday is not in a shape to case was then appealed to the supreme .1'1 cheap reprints ef the 1M7 edition ef
banking houses. The arrest it is said. ago, Doctor wi asked Dr. was almost dead with W.b.ler'.U.. rUndDl Uoaair.an&diti.ml..Df
was made at the instigation of several satisfr those most lutt'rested. lu advocates court, where it is now being argued. one ot th* analysts ef the but used several bottles .Ia. '.""010.4. These baeka are rlvtn,
banks The prisoner is wool commission however, expect tbe conference Health." arioo, ..m.-, Webatar1.U.. rldr-.d." liTII.Ore. .
a .
merchant. committee to correct the Inconsistencies.The THE LAST SPIKE DRIVEN "Yes, sir." Flower, and now con. Dictionary' '''bol.r'" WaUtart. Diction arr," "Webalar's Big
;Tscyelop.dbDioUoae; -
What did tfala a well man. I sincerely "
house Monday anal n. sic.eta
coinage committee ou
Just as Master Workman Powderly was "A serious this medicine sufier- Uai* anaonBumtiU, reaeeralnc them arenry
concluding his speech to the Knights of adopted a reso'ution, to close the And the United States Connect "Did you think Mr. to mlaleadlBr... tha .f.seh.fr.mAiS
Labor at the representative hall at bearings at 12 o'clock I"rlda11\nd to vote with British Columbia.A coy.1""No.* the world over. @ Z.i,.y UrI.1.! ,and rlDtaU fran cheep plat-.
air I did not think It snadq by p.oc.'Craphllll the old .
he on the silver bill in committee at 1 Sole Manufacturer pages _
fell ,
Topeka, uesday night, "Do know
dispatch from Fairhaven Wnsb., you &DJthID
prostrate in his chair from an attack of o'clock that day. The resolution was which cured him r New Jersey, U. S. A.
The last in the track
adopted after a long wrangle by unanimous ays:
heart disease. He recovered however, "I han chemically I -V ASELINIWOK -
unites the state of and Britsh
Washington "
in about fire minutes and was able to consent, the silver men agreeing pore and harmless.
Columbia was driven at 11 o'clock Th of Dr.
walk to his hotel.Telegrams to it as the best solution of the question. standing
Saturday in the of about 3,000 and Dr. I.sttunor* in the
presence A ew.
A. J. member ofconCII OIiK.DOt.LAB ".L'W'
from McKeesport, Pa., under Warner formerly persons from both sides of the line. The yond question and th. wfll alhrrr, I.. ., as-.... to an* ..... .
date of Tuesday report that the Mo- from Ohio and now head of the Fairhaven and Southern road forms the cannot for a moment be Haok.'r... all- ----. arIWoI\ _
Heolon htq
silver national executive commi tee, madt experience '
nongahela and Yougbloghcny rivers are before the 'American line, and the new Westminster ease of the kidney is one One two-MUH bottle at Fwa Taaaluta ".*
,both over their banks and rising at the a vigorous argument; Tuesday Southern the British Columbia. A telegram oeptiv; and dangeron of all I Ometwe-evMabentaofYeaalbMftomada, is"
rate of five Inches hour. The B. house committee on coinage In advocacyof is but pl ode Jar e< y-u..CoI4 ia 7-TV ; M*
W. exceedingly
per was read frosa James G. Blaine, common, 0 .... MitaeCamVVla7Vaa .'"
Wood iron works, National rolliog mill the bill for the free coinage of slver. cured U takon: In time. OMCakee/Taaaineaaaa; annSail M*]
and steel works Much Johnn Warner coogressman-elect from secretary of state. 0&0.Cities v..u..-.; _'Iid1oo("............
are submerged.
0. "' o..oe bats of W..,.r.erfnu. .
damage has been.done in the lower partof New York, who was one of the delegation All Sorts.A YO -

tbe city and many families" compelled sent to Washington from the Cooper A DISASTROUS BLAZE. et'rbrp. ..esowq.e..aMs.rNele at f;wtr
union meeting: then protested against ,
to abandon their homes. small barrel either 0., se.bsp'.d.Ib.w.efnwrVbb.u.dea

A Pierre, South Dakota, dispatch of addition sliver legislation. One Hundred Thousand Dollars'Worth I with cretonne make an .t:.. '= E.r' .. :'::t'"C ::

Wednesday, nays: A question has been THE FUNDS MISSING. of Property Destroyed.At tute for a hamper for t., obr..h III,.. 0.., w4 .81....".. Ik.._w.:v.

'aiaed over the legality of Kyle's electionto 1 o'clock Sunday morning a fire Gray gloves do not.

the United States senate. The claim The Arkansas State Treasury broke out in the large dry goods house as the tan shades do, and DR. SCHENCK'S
is made that the constitutional requirement Greenville liiaa. handsome with black or
$40,000 Short.A of a Feld A Co., at 1
provide that a majority of all members the stock of goods of which was being Bait will curdle new p
of the is which telegram of Sunday from Little Rock, milk OEAWEED
legislature necessary soil for account of the First National preparing porridge
would necessitate Kyle'a receiving eight Ark., says: Investigation chows that bank of that city. The conflagration was the salt should not be 0

live votes, whereas he received only I about $40,000 belonging to tee interna one of the largest that has visited the dim is prepared. ino tea .I".ltn"D"ateh... TONIC
tional improvement fund, accumulated Um pricw of walcue. downai
aeventy-five. from the stile of Lads to Arkansas city for years. Five stores and their satin Fannie Edgar Thomas, .;aa a remit of Ibis wa ara
granted contents were entirely consumed ia twohours correspondent makes ..sal... Ie.PoeIlh.c.r.k'DYSPEPSIA
MOTHER AND CHILDREN by the United States government forty Yo etch"U ut..l".I': known
The total 'value will approximate Ella Wheeler Wilcox her
la missing from the state in the market-it U
years ago
-- $10000. Thomas Ii a clever ",and darabUil,. Find
Suffocated In a New York Tene- treasury although reported on hand IDexTreasurer .. and improved watrh before pnr- AsS all .....s-ott..1IJpIIo
W; oodruJTs report for tke writer speaks .vaoa&Bro..47\MUteo e>U ...0._ It U .
menent Fire. i cal "f 1890.\ RUSHING WATERS. fluently Dd for catalojjna. .......-...;;; eorrabunUra or atnacAaalag .
year MMUdaa. and beUka
A New York dispatch says: bakery A KJUTOSalVB ACDllSCi.Rawley -- Silly mother P srrr; tiT UXEDIItD >with(raUbaoeSlfo all
at Delmonico Placi and Popktnson avenue filters of West Virginia Overflow ones of the family to G reel caaMaflMHUty, rur Sale tf
anDrarrlata. Fria, Dr-BcheackV
caught fire Wednesday morning from -Why Curtin,, how Is it you their Banks.A venation when there is .. r Ara..i..dour k.-louk aa Lang* UnraWStoauohmiaUadAar.i. .IJIO..1tuuIo.. >

a pot otHug\ fat, which boiteT over. were not a firt-nighter at jour own of ",den their presence : .....tact,sad 5.-_..-rod-..-:; 4ksw. .M.aCHUCK ink.PSH.deykla_
The basement and fire* door were gutted flay Wheeling, W. Va., dispatch ers, who must perforce :W..amxue M..t ar eie.,.,: 1......."*. w faII,_

Jacob Enrich a baker' who was at work Curt -I was too nervous. Are you Tuesday says la ; Tho greatest flood in prattle through deference r. ..-bepiac. ..... : dona Rig, U M wttauwrir.Mrt.w" tte onlyepedno
pver the fat. just from the theater m.nv'ean expected here. Reports>> r ol tAls.=
was fatally buraed. On the -
from all sections of the atate indicate Constance Cary rJJ?:: ly ab olLtlliOJLAH.UI.V- ,
top floor, after the fire was extinguished, nlwle-Yea. rains and the stream enjoyed the same style of : .... ks, ...:: ::t *T4 Bn,JL ..
r fireman found Curt ia-Did pathetic scenes bring mutually heavy Rr/rv
John ilendrv and my Chairs Lamb record *w We ha** eoU S1c O tat
her four teanlBa.le1Y" are rising rapidly. AU railroads eater It *..
children { .
dead. They wereasleep any : : -ww'yf "
sister Bh was ESSe
when the fire broke out and vere ; the peopeln the house lag the city are blocked by landslides into Mary. closet of ..::;sass t.iJ-l1 JiJJlS.VUaA el IaNe'eat.
ad communication fa almost cutoff a spacious .. Ai .DTCRFathisIt.
the laughed tilt entirely
they cned.l1l1AMl"W4l
overcome by smoke before they could lick readln u4 ,--" .-.u.d .. fu.
escape. Jr. ia every direction. ... 5..g _. ... ... add N
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OVER ALABAMA. .If Oentlemm nlattan: : with-De our irlng brother to promote throngaomt friend. : ACureforTootnscli' >, A Princely Donation.The t

_" A the utkus ud to improve U conditions It is not at all uncommon! to have tooth ttftgnfieent-gift of Baron Hirsch. ,.
of the
nil estate business.
Vtrlous Things That are Hap. We the Birmingham Real :pate ex. DAILY eth with that perfectly have been sound lecently teeth,filled.or in to fund the of Hebrew$3,400,000 emigrant bus charity created and much aid l {?

Ing, Around Us. change, cordially invite yon to meet us IB i : explaining the cause for this I comment and considerable interest In 4
convention ia Birmingham Ala.,. on simply recommend a very conven philanthropic circles.
"-:-- Monday, the 80th of Math next at 10 little application which you can The deed of the munificent which
Toe Birmingham and Atlantic o'clock a. m for the of Curtailed gift
railroad purpose forming prepare yourself and keep on had been drawn up and signed! by Baron
haf about completed for a national real estate exchange. Take a of chamois .
arrangements an piece skin, or Hirsch bad been laid before the trustees
I extension. It now rum from Talladega The successful prosecution of our bus ,I i floe, closely! woven flannel, and soak as was a letter from the baron, instruct'
to felt City aod the object is to puah iton Incas demands that in all the States there thoroughly in a good extract of Jamaica ing them to draw him for the
eastward ito the rich mineral region should be uniformity of rules and customs The New or what is better still, in tincture amount on March 1. The gift is not 1L'"A
of Clay county.A as to real estate transactions to undertake ki
and capsicum, which you can obtain from hnmpcred by any restrictions whatever
party of norhern capitalists, tiring uniformity of laws as to the ownership and offers a druggist. Let this dry and put it and will be immediately invested in this ;1
:T>f that cold country and seeking Investments and transfer of teal property. plan with until the time of need To use it country.

in the sunny and prosperous There should be uniformity as to forma best plan. ,, the case of the toothache I have men The income of the fund 1 is expected to '

south, propose to establish a large rolHog of acknowledgment proba and regis A srecial with a pair of scissors cut a small be $10,000 a month this being the sum
: mill and other manufacturing industries tration. There should be a common General iece off and place it between the gum which has been paid by the transatlantic

; in the fair city of Florence. form of deed. of Jefferson the lip, directly over the root of the donor in monthly remittances for over a "WILTANASSAZI !"

The executive committee of the State There should be an American common Florence, 8. O. tooth. This will act as a coun- year. Baron Hirsch merely executes part

Fair Association will have a meeting in law of inheritance and marital elation- last survivor I irritant, and its effect is really mar- of his avowed Intention of distributing The as* thought himself fln lookIng j .

Birmingham on the 25th of this month, ship.There Charles .Laury MeRcury in New York that portion of his fortune which he at his neighbor the hone, until hone *,
st which they will decide whether to should be uniformity of legislation charge of the wishes devoted to philanthropic purposes himself in the looking
day law T
go : 3y
in all the states as to wills and mort. department f his .
ahead and hold another fair. In the of I during lifetime. The income will be "
I glass,when he said "What an aaf am It- (
meantime sub-committee of gages. Florida to VI.noR-MIIIS Devereaux is quite mu- pevoted entirely to the relief and education '
composed In brief both law and custom should Are there not scores of people who ;
the president and the two vice-presidents characteristics Host-Yes, very much so. VisI of Hebrew immigrants and their
of the association will favor the most perfect freedom of trade gion. I -Docs she sing in English Host- children.UmLS. cannot tee themselves u other lee .
proceed to mike _ _
all possible adjustments of the businessof in ity real of title.property and most absolute 8 C1II'- Deputy does; and I'm very sorry she doesn't do have some advantages them? They have bad blood, pimples ,JJj
the last arrived in Kalamazoo or some other far any blotches and other kin .
fair. at San eruptions
I Of 1100.000 babies 'fl
The object of this convention! is to dls- way girl born in
'The Birmingham Car Service association cuss plans and to concert measures that leg having in ay piace.E.rdaanga.Weak Massachusetts, 364,223 reach the budding dred disfigurements All these annoy I '

will be ready to begin business in a may conduce to these ends. Eels Valdez, age of fifteen. Of the same number of ing things could be entirely eradicated, '. ,

few weeks. The organization is about We sincerely hope that gentlemen will. who recently sass. toys only 850.480 reach that age. In and the skin restored to "11l7 whiteness -'

completed. nnd the public will be notified be present from every state in the union near 1 1 here' In no thin symptom weakness.of III\That health nor dla- the happy land of New Jersey where ," it that world-famed remedy, Dr.. '

and the roads expect to be relieved of avery who will aid us in formulating plans of Antccs, ot fallen and disinclination constutfe.L-to exert: one there are fewer factories and more Fierce' Golden Medical Discovery, '
great !burden they have carried for a action and who will afterwards labor to at auction at Life to inch seems languid and Insipid peaches and sweet potatoes, both babies were fair trial.
long time. '1 he association is for $55,000f the Invalid almost become reconciled to bate a better chance and the figuris stand given a
designed those into effect ..
carry plans in their various Do
:yon suffer tons? Would you b. en It cures all humors from the ordinary .
as a means to prevent shippers and con- commonwealths.I ever brought <1? Do :yon wish :your strength renewed? 868,311 and 878.203. ,
signees from using cars a, warehouses so Arrangement will be made for low i Boy, who was ,)' a bottle of Or. Bull's SurupiurllU.. It will blotch pimple'or eruption to the
*Ur: mint your 1't>!'Onr,. Moon will yon LAbile needing a toaio, or children who
that the cars can be employed for their fares to and froit Birmingham and the a year ago. experience a feeling of new life and re want build I..op should tak Brown's Iron worst scrofula, or the most Inveterate
legitimate object. chief commercial centers. fetching $: I I !(power. No longer will the least ex. Hitters. It U pleasant to take cure Malaria blood-taints, no matter what their nature j
Kl\e fatigue and onus* your heart to lndlaeatlon.rlillousuets! and Llvr Uomplalnl: .
Plans are now being perfected for the We shall do our heM to insure our The board of tmnntnrally.: Mo more will that bake In* aUrod rich and fora or whether they be inherited or' ',
erection of a new depot at Helena to replace friends a pleasant and profitable trip. proposes to !( of dizziness oppress :you when yon sud acquired. The "Golden Medical Dis' f .
icpt tip from your chair. No longer! will The man who spends' much time In
From whence tory for the trying lo
the one that was blown down in source they some, all will and urinary disorders rontinne '
to pleas his enemies Is one ot the most foolish covery" la the only blood-purl11er
the cyclone at that point several days be welcome and the more the merrier. and mill down your constitution. Every func of spendthrift.
ago. As soon as notice of the cyclone'swork Nature has enriched this region with It has favored will resume! It. natural activity and you par ntltd to do just what it U reo- '
lOOn enjoy glorious feeling of elf con Dainty randies that children for ommended to
was given the part of the old depot wonderful resources and we hope to persuade death of a and conll< flDOC!. )(0 longer DCI"OU"afraid Bull' Worm Destroyers. They cry pleas are. the Dr. or money refunded. "'

that was Lot torn down was repaired, and ,some.of you that, there.is no better poisonous I Imaginative will take the of place gloomy of discouragement dluster. Amhl-and I I children but they kill tbe worms.A WORLD'S DUFKNIABT MIDIOAI ABBOCIA.TIOH ,**

will be until the new structure is built. pines in wnicn to establish a home or to Colonel : will be happy In health and kindly hop*.- (rood Illustration of faith,hop and chari Proprietor, No. 603 Mala
The new building will no doudt be a make investments. oldest / / I'o.t. ty-the loan of an umbrella. Street Buffalo, N. T. ,

likeness of the'depots at other points on Gentlemen expecting to attend the dead aged : I some one should dlocorer a country where .. '-
''the Louisville and Nashville, i. e., cozy convention or desiring to present papers one of the can't remember! Is there any on.In the '
neat aud comfortsbla. for consideration will, if possible please of the city : who would not try to go there? Mom5'FRiiD ; if ;: '

The senate has killed tho bill to createa send in their names to our secretary Mr. as early as 1850 AJTT penon a*. brekea dawn from ""rr ,: ...!a1i.h '
John J. McDavid, on or before March time k or V Mhold otre Browa'a Iran Wu _
new county of Hcrndon and passed a 15th 1891. rebuild the .,. .m.' ..... .1..Un. .... 4.5RyffiSh4Boj
bill prohibiting combinations or pools The signal t> *.exoee of bile, and c.r.. .....arl&. A flit .
between insurance companies, tending to ing special *. toalo for women and chit Sz.a.
decrease competition. The house passed THE HOSPITAL DESTROYED. er reports from *
Pullman Palace Car
Company now 3'7/iv
'a bill to establish a quarantine station in .- Columbia" ..*.050 Kleeplng and drawing room cars \ LsS j4tj atl __
Mobile bay. The bill appropriates $25- Three Hundred Patients Miraculously and the 128,037 miles of railroad I" this countryBig i/i/ : .1
000 for that purpose. The house also Saved. show that I...."...... rae DraggUI r&
passed a bill imposing a fine Of ,$100 on Further particulars' received Monday on record over druggists throughout the country: are .
who in tho of son of the year. A sPecialty of bundling Hawkea Crye- _
physicians engage; practice
of.the Rochenter fire ) '
the loss
report at Len....
They write that they mak .
medicine without having complied with $05,000. Fireman Frank Jayne was A bill was t money, In proportion out of this line I t: _
the laws taInting to examination by the fatally hurt by falling Irom a ladder. at Chattanooga, anything: cite they rarry In Btotk. Then _
glaM* huve been advertlned extensively
state board of health. ville
None of the patients were injured. There many year, and hAve received the en- liiUn
A:few years ago says the Evening were in the hospital 800 patients nine the Hughes and approval ot thousand of the Mo7cfr _
t cltlsen of United '
the Btatcs.
Journal Montgomery paid a banking teen sisters and fully that number of em of February. .1'1,. sought after by upectacle-wearrra They are \
firm $3,000 to place some bonds at par. ployes. The inmates were in. all stages volved. !; .. and it will pay drueglrti and gen .
A few days Montgomery sold $U5- of disease and unable to bill against D. merchants to put In astook of these goods. WORTH ITS WEIGHT
ago many were get ...Ie Is given toon firm In each town. IN COLD. __
000 of bondsafter advertising for bidsat from their bed!!. Immediately the fire! the company. trade can be built Up. and the entire If a price can b* placed on pain Mother's Friend I is worth Its weight In
1021,'and the committee having the mat was discovered and an alarm given a Mr. D. Barnes .business. with of there a large section Can )b. arold. My wife suffered more In ten minute with either of her other two '
ter in hand received other bids, proposing scene of the wildest confusion ensued. reputation of $t.,and salesroom goods.Whitehall Factory Hi., At e. children than she did altogether with her last, having previously used four P
to take a part of the bonds ranging The corridors were filled with a terrified North Carolina ...., O*. For terms and prices address A. bottles of "Mother's Friend." It Is blessing to any one expecting to become
alltho way from 102} to 105, but as there crowd of patients some clad only in pounds. died at lIa"ke..13 Whitehall St.. Atlanta. a mother. Oeo. P. Lockwood, Carml, 111.' _

was one bid for all the bonds, and that night clothes and all trembling in abject ty a few days .little crown prince of Slam: baa won a Writ The DradfleM Regulator bottle.Co.' Atlanta, Oa for particulars. Bent by express, charges
paid, on receipt of price, *1.50 per Sold by druggists. '
was 102}, the committoo thought; it pru- terror. Never before did women work was buried with .ID a story competition.

dent to accept it. And banking firm more nobly than did these sisters and to pocket knife in least exercise tired m* onto I could not IFaaaaa-M-EIY'a
'corporation or individual was paid one them alone should go the major portionof tour feet wide, up from my chair without feeling ill My. |lbs More.,,Allay!
cent for services In this transaction. the credit of saving the lives of the was 700 pounds.A ( food was and poor drink and distressed my kidneys*. weak.lily dig.Lr.'*- ?

The senatn bill to provide for the distribution patients. The insurance on the hospital large '. .1'I&parJII.I.n tn* hack my health A ) \
I recommend It to all AIbg
buildinir is 22000. it."I strength. my
of money received by the state or capitalists startt ,-Clarence Overton LaFaJ/eU.Ind. __
'of Alabama each year In pursuance of the ern states I
THE ADMIRAL'S BURIAL. of the n honest man paysnp. Th. other kind tilvr Cello
March 1837
act of approved 2, guests
to pay down._, __ Apfltinto ,,.. ',t _
and known the Hatch act which is vestment and '
as _I Mo.Druggists 01 by << _
'entiled an act to establish agricultural'uperim'ent His Remains Laid to Rest In are in charge of man who baa practiced medicine M
ought to know kJt from read
stations in 'connection with Arlington Cemetery.With They will visit be .says: sugar; -ifiA .ii m CURE Biliousness,'
'tie colleges established In the several peso snd Atlanta TOLSDO... Jan. 10, 1BST.
martial honor and with all the .. .. F. J. Cheney k Co.-Gentlemen:-I Sick Headache
states under the provisions of an act, approved ceremony due to his high rank Bud distinguished Birmingham been In tbe general practice of medlcln _
July 2, 1802 and of the acts supplementary The Alabama most 40 years, and oouldray that In all
thereto has been passed by a services, the body of Admiral midnight practice and experience h,.,. never seen' a This Picture,Panel site,mailed for 4 osnta. Malaria I
that 1 could with
Porter was, on Tuesday afternoon laid to prescribe u
vote of 72 to 11. It pleted the session confidence at success as I can Hall's Ca J. F. SMITH A CO., '
approrrillteal2,000to in the historic
rest at ,
Arlington cemetery Have <
Cure manufactured by you. pr.- .
each of the by the I I. Maker of Bll Beans ii -.
Washington City. It a great many tlmne and its effoo iLEJJANk
stations at Uniontown, Abbeville and The body lay in 'state at tho family bills passed ann would say In conclusion that J LI. 25 Greenwich_St, N. Y. City, 11 -.
Athens and $9,000 to the A. and JL college being local )e' bOnd a CSM of Catarrh lhatil .
mansion all the forenoon and viewedby CCOI4.
was not cure if they would tak* Ii$
at &uburn. constant of ant bill passed to
a stream people including ellheUun.'OUl'l
,A few days ago the bondholders, credo many of h's late comrades of the navy. $10,000 to aid L. L.truly CtouuCH. M. P.. ,,
itors and stockholders of. the Anniston The funeral services w made to the .will give I'OO for ...,c ass of Catarrh' 1'; \ _
: pipe works application city house and were those ot the Episcopal B. W. Skinner cannot be cured with italic Catarrh .
court of Anniaton for the appointment of church., Birmingham *. '1'.11.." In'ernaily. I 4.li '

Mr. Walter Crafts, the superintendent of The grave had been dug in the lawn cated and ; -F.Bold J, i by naaIy&DruKglila i o.\.,.IoI Proper- ,Toledo O. t, _

the Woodstock Iron company a* receiver. which slopes quite abruptly to the river possession of :! I alt- __
The appointment was made and the receiver's a few yards in front sad to the left of the ago that lady it ). Ye. Ever $"e".l.'.' .a,1'I I
bond fixed at 75000. This was northeast corner of the oM Lee mansion share of her person sending ns their name and ad .;
will receive information that will lead
presented and approved by the court. and occupies the same relative positionto then Skinner fortune. Iien Lewis A Co., Hwnrlty 't
Mr. Crafts, in response to inquiries for the uor h of the main entrance to the A truce was Kansaa: City Mo. .lj ,

0. information in regard to the future of the building as fclicriduo's tomb docs to the mained in her .Was Chines Headache CUre. Harm-
pipe works said that he thought.that the south of it. LIme. but again In effect quick* and positive in action. Ar .q .,
intentions of those interested were to con- then Jennings prepaid on receipt of SI per bottle lit
and & .Kao..CII.Mo m
of the
: tinue the operations plant IN NEW HANDS. Again guns were
that his appointment as receiver was the ownership of tad* Tr...| Pelil r..Tree Planter -
based upon a request by the bondholdersand unsettled both i .entire book la ably written and give _
stockholders to that effect. Idle Cotton Mills of Mississippito the courts. .Information for ev.ryooCllro"lulr fruit I'

The mine owners and operators of the Start up Again.A arrested times I sort., Mo.or klad.-Uraito Sent* Judd free'hy/rmer.Klark: Bros. Your health _____

Birmingham district have made a hard dispatch from Jackson Miss.. says: tion to biinging A PISOKDIHD I.IVSB try BiccnAM'S is a citadel iiO1i11 f (
keep court \busy ICC
fight against the new mine law and claimit On SatUrd.y Guvernor Stone approved a _ The winter's _
will ruin many of them if all its requirecnents -, the charter of the Delta cotton and woolen Mopped tree by IB. KLIKS'S pjSAT .
are rigidly enforced. The cost to mills, at Carrollton, Mi&s. The in- ,.RUTO ItR. No Fits after lint days storms are the r _
A. E. of Wash. MarveloulcureL Treatise ami 13 trial, a _
one of the companies, at Birmingham of corporators are Handle THE ) ire*. !Jr. Kline. Ml Arch HI. J'hfJa..l'a. coming You know that this
.changing all It. mines to conform to the ington city; Cyrus W. Field Jr of New enemy. enemy sit

"law, is estimated at $500,000. The total York and William R. Martin, Oscar O. Between ),.. Mineral. Farm Lands and Ranch. down for five long months outside this citadel, and do its ,
of all the shafts slopes Brothers J. Walter Head and T. M. ,,*, Kansas Texas and Arkansas, best break
length manways of Mi ai This World's and sold. Tyler Co.. Kansas CityUo.: to in and destroy. Is this citadel garrisoned
headings, etc., of this one company is Miller aippi. company
near 100 miles and all will have to be bought the plant of the Carrollton cotton A Chicago di .. 11'11 b core.rea u..Hr. laaaa Thorno. and provisioned ? The garrison is your constitution. Is .'

enlarged to comply with this bill. The mills which bad been idle for years and grading Jackson -wter.llruimlsts sell at2to(er. !bottle. it vigorous or depicted ? How long can it fight without __ ___
the world's fair
mines of the di.trict bare not been will at once prepare to begin operation.The I .(laId.Uook uti Mapsenlany st.ve ? Have
opened with a view to the comfort of the capital stock of the new company Friday afternoon .* OS llUut&'I'rla',II Co.Ka_Utr.M. help you made provision for the garrison by furnishing '
will be :Mr. Arther R finding that they -- ------ --- of '
miners, but there hove been very few accidents 1000000. a supply SCOTT'S EMULSION of
and with the loss of life Handle, the pn prietor of this purchase, the Italians who
often occurring none in Pennsylvania.great was a potent factor in securing the passage for an advance in Malaria pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites of ___ __
so : and drove them Time and Soda ? It restores the _
William W. Holmes, a farmer living by tho ordinance of the late constitutional !- flagging energies, Iq-

eight miles from Birmingham, was ki 1. convention exempting factories kick and cuffi. .- *e te..... by pmeoexma salaam* art- CrelSeS!> the resisting powers against disease; cures Con
from taxation for crowd of to*. Iud, mat '
detectives week : ten years. awsajr er daeaylaf veaeta- -uCAUTION. _
napped and by t.ken tw6 private to ,LaFsjette Ind., a The park to tbe _, lad which. IvsaOMd tola U* lua :urn/iQnScrofla, GeneralDe ilil tand all Anamic and '. .. _
ago maintained such sad potaM the Mood. u. keallky ecadJUoa "'
detectives thought be was man wanted THE AGENT'S SCHEME toward the I Wood I*anlstalnxl by suing Hood's Bana- lVasIingDiseose: (esjedally *rr'w rmrw ffffflf keeps VvULrnS ". : 't.PENSIONSSK5S :

there for murder for whom there is a thought! best *eoe Is stock less liable to malaria. ,sad Hoods and colds out, and so enables the constitution to hold the _
reward of $200. Holmes says he was I $ka eufed ass,sever eaew of this die- .
To Influence Legislators Regarding fort of
onion health '
carpenters .. as Milk. '
wslklnsloog the street in Birmingham, -.afleeUoa 0' Ia Ux advanced stsges waea -
his School Books.A offices and ...-IbIa emIU aad,..,.,....u.d. Try* :" ,
when two men suddenly caught arms
Charleston W. Va. The contractors /oadckl.to lake Hood's Ssrs. s And bandculfed him. and they put him on dispatch says; ant i* prescribed by the Medical Pro. l'r.1
kuiaeed la be/ avieCMuta. oII all over tbe world. twcaoa It ..
they secure any Ingredients are .lentlAc.UWna4ia:
Ed. B. of Kanawba in such a
a train and carried him to Indiana. without Dyrr county rose the Bwoner a*to greatly tncra* that re1Dttd1a1 'Val.... _
police '
his in the house of
place delegates Tue.
At LaFayette Sareaparllla
warrant or requisition. .
-Scott's Emulsion ls put In aalmoMolored .
resume work, acd op wrappers. B* sore an4ewYwk. i' .
ie was kep in jail one night, and next day and announced that a book agent bad demand protet .,aU dn \IIA. Jr (Is for at. Prepared sail !.vet...14 the genuine aU prepared only b.IM:4.ILt": Down,ManufacturingChemists;:" ,X J _. ,. _
111 DruggiMa.
day, ttbrn taken for IrIs it was found thrust $50 into his vest pocket and that ..HOOD a 00.,Apotkeoart.* ..... *_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ -'J.. _
ha was not the man wanted. The detectives I he regarded the "present" as a "bribes"toiu1uence '

disappeared as quick as ho was released I his vote on tho question of a IOO_Doses One Dollar I ": : 7
,, and llolmes took the first train change of ichool books throughout the CRASHED !!!! 'PIUM cured '* boua w u

&ome. He is a respectable farmer ands state Delegate Dyer then banded theo COTTON\, *eaa4 *_ I 0- OUI Da1.a. 1Iuo.0I....,
lived in JrSenon county many years.A $. over to the speaker of the house. An A Falling L111.: .! a.Mtam._ '...Jh..c"t: are b.IUwottlyw.u.' _
--- av
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... investigation was ordered and the or sail your Cotto. "JONES .4. uiflc*luify WhiUhaU as.I .
pallvoaJ Beat E.tai Exeha-*. rgeant-at-aims was sent to arrest the LJ... ....-.> ArA -* .-'ufU. truest tu t w ,-I
A Pittsburg Cotton Scale. i'hcapmt.Cubl j""IkIe" IniuoUux). A U
clUe cerulu.
movement is on foot in Birminghamto The investigation it is said will 15-Ton! kotu .
agent. 'immense rock I la Ui* UuaU U IMS IW" \WI. ,
organize a national real estate ex.change. involve some who would rather be not HOI CHCAPEST BUT BEST. .
Birmingham exchange has known |in this a14Ir. pounds fll from VII | T 11 t Una adtff*** ..::
Mt the tat in motion, and invited the day morning and H, IOni OT BIBOHAHTOIf: :
ger coach oa the E1NCHAUTOM._ )J. Y. _
of real estate men all over '
cooperation TU& RIGHT MA* FOB TBK jLacz. -- -
and is sylvania express NEW U Ie lID ft\lIt111"'t, 01 ",.', it a ,"' 11 partllIII. applied to UNI
thAI county every day receiving LOISETTE'8 1IooIU\1a\ It ..
Will who is that Miss Clara 7iemio !'JlCoJliIAI': 1.1111 droll"lt or .. ..b, ttI.IL
Putough- Cutaway
encouraging 'fplies At a meeting: the .
nice clerical old that killed: Miss ) MEMORY BOOK8.a C.-t; : _.
following circular was adopt d and will lookIng gentleman ----T ;.,, Rio CROSS :.Dimoso -
and J. P. S* |w*, SK-r' -,- 1IeaoI1' 21410 _
with n"ts"\
.be sent out over the country: called around yesterday a statement ApeS tat PIl Tabisa of CeSisats_... ?
of accountiCutaway man. whoM ..tua.1Ie e.s1 ..-- tW.ctod SSVS1I.8S. : EWONM'cI
real beard of my young
lb. estate exchanges .
TO tamed ...........Kin S U.fII IN l&Uj.1... : .
and all corporations (the tailor)-That is Professor were badly .
trade persons en.gagcI THS oimt As. aia wia s. vs..ai 5.5. S.sa.e.4.iatero eta ,
and Muntee the famous collector of an loosened the rock reod. .:Irn.-I'INI A-.How Teotr. .j 7 .u.ss-d asaut. _
of : tr.
in th# Luies buying selling _.. :: TaM_..... 1to4. _44 r. eW*MMMa> J
teal estate or leading money on real tiquities. 1 have just engaged him.- was passing. U J 7=:'-.:I O31 'V. FD LV L.Li.. =p..S ie pe..tua.-= ..-.t:8:1.u.1i! -.ie"":'U.t..w 5 .l44.% .

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LOCAL NEWS. well of him. His home In this city 1 : I.
with his uncle, who lives out in Eas tle :
Jacksonville, and he has a mother and x .0:3: III t:1J.: 8 ; IrIt'I CLOTHING

from sister In Bainbridge, 01It Is ve a OQ e > M a IJ
rentin+", Page 1. probable that the foot will have to 2. 3* M' ; Wtj

-Mr. I). S. Hutchlnnon returned from amputated this morning." U L'J' Eg '
.sc; r- g
his trip to Jacksonville yesterday, feeling -To parties about to build we would i; "i s r' It e'O: 0 M'0 M ; 1IATS SHOES
quite nick.Kev. 113 s "' t:: El:
hear >
say-Did you ever about something t'1 U1 8:2. ,
of Natal South g tI' to
Josiah Tyler, : : -
for roofs walks to wood .
or superior '
. the r
lecture at Presbyterian 2t(1)
Africa, gave shingles or tin, and cheaper then either I sS oS in-I

-We church are last glad night.to learn Mrs. M. S.. If you have any curiosity In this dl s Sis'jis ) IH "aFgb I :.: tIJO i:' k= !!;rlz.p.g THE :IYIZA2IRI:
ruction write to the Indian River Lum g' tl1J11": '"
Jones' mother, Mrs. Paine, who has been ber Company, for books and samples ofFay' g .c: "' "- 0
to I
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quite 111, Is now much better. Dr. B. It. Manilla Roofing, which you can OSlJen.g.pt": g can M ,

TV'ilmm was on hand In time. read about. See, feel, test, tear, soak, tI: ; rlJ 51 ; (Q j grn
Furlong, of Rochester "1 8. xc IT) g"g! Sales Every
Miss Mary boil, or try to burn up, and then decIde tII 0 a 11II o Special Monday
N. Y., arrived town Saturday, on her for yourself If their recommendation II dqf o ac.. r8 (U u 8 tE isl ba ,

way to Eau pallle, where she Is visiting worth anything. 3*t.t. 8 s1 5 g>> C

Mr. and Mrs. Carey.Rt. orE: tl2: oeCl .a > : i. ;' > J. P. TURNER & COGroceries
Rev. Bishop Weed, of Florida, Council == () '
Meeting. ,.... f'2 1:1:> :ItIJ! go'W'7
preached an excellent sermon and administered \ --- ; C'w! : ro "1

the -Episcopal the church rite of confirmation on Wednesday at The Board of Aldermen held their! :: 5 IJQ:-: O 1f" .:Vj "Sg.gi.. : ;.;..:. r :::: H E- ::I.I: L ::SEADY"
regular meeting yesterday. The bondof O et IJ ::: po
night and left for Melbourne next morn J. W. Rogers as clerk and treasure 2.* p COg : phi 5 t; 0 tJ': i: I
.., IJ"", : 6' f Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.
ing. was received and approved. It was de- :; (It H itI" tJ. FX 1J i
Is and H a
-The ground being prepared ()
the lot cided to increase the number of electric | 1a3 S s.tn I call the :Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of I
the brick arriving on adjoiningthe lights, to be taken by the town, to twen- rt ao t7.CD. Om
new store of F. T. Budge for the : x8 Staple Ac T miey 3-roeeries Fruit
ty, and the mayor and president of r ; + 1f"11II0. dMr .qo .
large brick building of J. W. Rogel'1l.Titusville's council were empowered to decide upon S' m And Food ProductsOf
is of the 0: nBREYARD ro IIi3 ; le
present prosperity the location of the lights. The reports All Kinds. Also My Stock of

most substantial\ quality. of the marshal and of tho treasurer were an '; 8 Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
-I tIjen
-Mrs. and MUs Allie Martin, and presented and accepted; the balance Qf > It) F itt ,
Ground Food and Wheat.
Miss Illghble, came up from Indlanola cash In hand
by the treasurer beIng .. I U I>
I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above lined
Wednesday evening. Miss Hlghble was $252.00.: The marshal was ordered'to Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit

looking after her lout trunk yesterday, put down all sidewalks, at once, In frontof your patronage. Very truly, ,
which she had not received. Fortunate property where owners had been 313. L ooII-.A.Jy.; : :

ly, the (Uncovered It at the railway; notified and failed to do the work. The COUNTY JAMES hOLMES, President --

.Nation here, where it has been duringthe ordinance providing that the streets of ALBERT A. TAYI-OK, Secretary. GEORGE M. RODBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM:

past two weeks. We acknowledge A the town and wharves at the terrain Attorncy-at-Law. Attorney-at-Law.J

pleasant call from the abovo ladles whilein shall be free to the public and preventing STATE BAM INDIAN RIVER ,

town. the charging of wharfage, was Robbins & Graham
-Mr. W, B. Peck took a party of passed, and the clerk was Instructed to ;

:friends to Eau Gallic Tuesday, compris publish same In the ADVOCATE:for thirty COCOA, FLORIDA I REAL ESTATE ,

tog Dr. and Mrs Isaac Sanford, of Shef- days. After auditing several bills council Incorporated 1880.CAPITAL .

field, Ma II.; Mr. and Mrs W. C.. Dalzell, then adjourned until tho second Real Estate Dealers.

of South Egremont, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Thursday March. : EXCHANGE

C. II. Plumb, of Stockbrldge, Mass., etc. Paid Up, $25OOO. ,

After stopping over night at the Trout- Special>> Bargain. Authorized, $100,000. ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED.
ler Hotel, they started, on board the -
team launch Nyanza, for Rocklcdgo, That fine business1 lot on Broad street, ACCOUNTSSOLICITED. COCOA, Indian River, FLA Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Company.

Calling at several places on the way. just west of Indian River Lumber Co's .

'The party then took the steamer Georg- office. Fronts 00 feet on railway. Large Honey to Loan.t t Lowest Rate Property of All Kinds Bought Sold and Titusville Ercvard Co. Florida.

lana for Tltusvllle, arriving about 11:3O building now occupied by J. S. Watson DIRECTORS: ,

p. m. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. hubbell, of &: Co.. Price $1,000.00. Very easy terms. O. S. HAKDEE, President. Exchanged. P. O. Box, 250.; ,
We Buy and Sell AH Kinds of heal Estate, and are Sole Agen'tsforllarge
Great Harrington; Mass., were also ROD JNS &: GRAHAM.
JAMES HOLMES Vice-President.
the 1 2P All Inquiries will be promptly list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard county.
among party. R. B. HOLMES, Cashier. and reliably answered. Fire Insurance RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property .
-The following are a few of the names LaGrange. ALBERT A. TATI.OH J, M. SANDERS, I written in standard companies at lowest on Indian River.
added to our subscription list duringthe D J. F. WOOTEN. rates. Our facilities for the transaction\ of a general Real Estate business are unequalled
and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchaser
past week: Wm. M. Morwln, Rock- I Mr. J* A. Coleman bought Mr. Jacob who may favor,us with their patronage. *

ledge; Alfred Cox, Eden; A. V.IIIscock, ; Master's wagon and harness last week; No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. ,

Georgian; David Wlngood, Narrows;; 'and uncle Jake says he feels that he Is Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of Los

R. W. Metzger, Chicago; Reginald Burton on foot now indeed. The Clyde Steamship Co. Priced Lands. Write for Descriptive Catalogue.

Narrows; P. E. Peck, Woodbridge,
Quite a party of young people'met at ..
:Mass.; E. W. Holmes, Tltusvllle; A. S. .
Day's, Saturday afternoon, and
Dickinson, Aurantla; W. S. Sheetz, I indulged in a game of croquet. They
Fayettevlllo, N. C. Julius Fort EDWARD STILING '
; Tyler, Jet
have fine grounds, and ; and there Is d44
Pierce, Fla.; Mrs. S. P. Blake, Provi- ,
much talk of forming a regular croquet
dence, R. I.; John Goode and J. B.

Beach, Melbourne; C. F. Hale, Rock- club.Mrs.. Andrew Carlile returned home Cocoa, Indian River, Florida,
ledge; E. R. Bradley, Jewel; W. S. Con-
Tuesday. Her mother and sister accompanied Dealer in
ner, Trenton, N. J.; S. Kitchen, Sebas
her. The bereaved wife and
tian. We do not claim a largo circulation children have tho sympathy of all their Paints Hardware Stoves Tinware & Agateware

but our mailing list, which Is always friends In tibia, loss of husband and ,; ,

open to Inspection, tells Its own father. PLUMBERS' A MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS A: PUTTY, TABLEd

story. Sunday afternoon we had a sermon POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,

-Captain Eellg, agent marine underwriters from our new Methodist minister, Mr. Now York Charleston and Florida Lines. &: WIRE CLOTH.
has returned from ,
just Jupiter Byrd. We were sorry that our health
Inlet By Instructions from Lloyd's insurance would not allow of our being present.
company of London, he has )[rt. Byrd spent Sunday with Mr. and -- The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed m

made 'arrangements with the United Mrs F. A. Chappel; and in the evening to. sail as follows :

.States signal obnerver, that all foreign they went to MIms, where evening service 1(8T.UfDARD( TUIII.) a uto
vessels of different nationalities passing From. New York, From Jacksonville.t t)
was held at the school house. ( 'fur :29.Ki K.) STEAMER Florida.

that station, bound north or south, will The many large loads of fine young Monday Feb. 9th. at 3ru.'AiflONQIIN"., ......8uaday. Feb. I th..t 8.000... 1\1.
T>e reported by cable to Lloyd's, London. orange trees from Dr. Wiley's splendid, Wednesday Feb. IIth.1 P. 1I..CHEROIJo:, ........Tuesday 'eb. 17th. at 11.00 A. r.Friday. t
'eb. 13th ass P. ar."YEMASSEh".Thursday. "eb. 19th. .t 1.00 1'. 11.
AU American vessels are now reportedto and seemingly Inexhaustible nursery, Monday. Feb. 16th. at I P. a."SEMINl1LE,1'.........Sundsy. 'ell. lad: .t 1,3(1( P. >f.
Wednesday )"eb.16th..t I P. 1I..IRlKll.OIi..Tue.day. 'eb. 24th. .t ..00 A. ... f1f'
the New York ITtralJ. Is the
Jupiter hat by day speaks well for ....... .
go every Friday Feb.20th. at I 1' 1I..AIAINql.I.l' Thundlay Feb. 2tltb. at 6.00 A. N. C 1
farthest point seaward on the Florida as It to show that Mon.lay. ).:eb.23d, .t 8 P.II..CHtROKKE. ........tlunday. 1Ilar. IIt..t 800 A. Y.
orange growers goes Wednesday ...b.lIl\di..t31'. JI..YKMA81'EI! .....,..Tuesday. Mar. 311..t 10.00 A. II.Frhlay. .
coast, the Gulf Stream running close In more of our tine land Is continually Feb. 21tb..t 31'. 1I..SE.'IL'liOLE, .........Tbul'1lllay. Iar. 61b. .t 11.30 A. 14.

shore. AU vessel bound up or down being cleared up and set to trees. That .New. DOORS, SASEr, LXJ.\TDS, :::E1.Xon,'.

the coast to American ports, West Indies there is money in oranges Is beyond a Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.

or South American ports, always take doubt. St. Johns River Linea Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods G'aOJr'
their bearings from the light. It Is a Miss Charlotte Palmer, of Saybrook, Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets; ,
very Important matter and will be of Conn., and Mrs. B. R. Wilson, "of Titus- ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice i
great benefit to commerce and marl tine ville, were most welcome guests of Mrs For Sanford...Enterprise and Intermediate PoInts on Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime Cement and f
Interests. Is the St. JohnsRlver. Chimney Pipe; Flags & Bunting;
It national
courtesy Jacob Feaster, Thursday. Miss Palmer Table and Pocket Cutlery 1
Mouldings Scroll
r- ; Work etc., etc.
TimtfUuion,. bas been a regular visitor for winters Catalogues
many The elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamer sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspomdena
-We regret to chronicle a'sad accidentto and a most welcome one she Is. "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE solicited and estimates furnished promptly. 9

Mr. E. D.' Raney, who recently helda We were glad to see her looking so well, ... ==
position at the Tltusvllle station un- and el assured, If she would remain Cnpt. ,

der Mr. M. E. Grubor, A telegram was with us through the summers'as well as "FRED'K DE BABY," I

received here just stating tho fact, butyoaterlla1 winters, her health would be entirely : Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr., J. S. Watson Co.
Are appointed to tall from Jacksonville dally except Saturday at 3JO p. m., and from Sanford, i
Till.-l'lIiOlllaYI: "Edward restored ____ ______ daily except Sunday at II. a. u>. ,
Raney, a young white man In the employ -
of the J., T A K. AV railway, was Heat Down. Uead Up,
very desirable cottage in North Ti- Leave 3.30 p. M......................... ...Jacksonville...........................Arrire H." p. .. Commission
run over at La Villa junction last night situated lot w L.oo 1'. n................. ...,.... .......falatka..... ........................Leave ljuo r. ,(.
and had his foot badly mashed. Mr. ugyllle, on an extra large II 1JOA.M............................ Astor .. 2.00
suItable for gardening. Good location X.45A.M................ ........... ...StFrancis............................. Wi5p.: P.I M'
Raney, who holds a position as opera II B.UOA.M.... ............ ........ ....Itorwiford............................ II 1I.4S A.II' AND
and nelgh\l\ rhood. Also 40 acres of II 1.110 A. II............ ........ .. ......Blue8pring ........ .... ............... II mite A. M'
tor and billing clerk at the junction ArriveK.oo A. M.... .. .............. ......... Sanfurd.............................. woo '
A. n
6 freight office, was leaving the office between land with house and young orange grove II '.IS A. N.. ...... ................ ....Enterprise............................ 1I.3Q A. M' FORWARDING
0 and 1 o'clock to come to town, and other tropical fruits, near LaGrange, General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville: MERCHANTS !
just as the F. C. A: P. train and 2} miles from Titusvll'e. Both' of F. M. I RON MO'l'dIt R.Jr.. Florida Passenger Agent,M West Hay St.,Jacksonville,Fla. ;
came along.
these fine properties will be offered J. (>. 1'Kl.OT. FrclKht Aiceut.on wharf foot Hogan Street Jacksonville, Fla
lie ran to catch the train as it was going JOHN I. IIOWAUO Florida Freleht Agent foot Laura Street Jacksonville.Fla.
heap for the next 30 days. For prices J. A. LfeftLl: t;. tHipcrinUtndeut,foot Laura Street,Jacksonville Fla.Til Dealers in Fertilizers
by in order to ride in, but in so doing so KO.: (). KiKit: ,Tnrno Manager Bowling: Ureen J>.w York.
tumbled over a small platform which he and terms apply to J. B. Terry, South- MARSHALL II. CL\>E.Asst.Trtrtto Manager ft Howling UreA New York. ,

failed to see on account of there being old, N. Y., or to Jones & Atkinson attorneys WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l. Agents., P. noiidornpii Ac OO'N Garden Seeds
at Tltusvllle, Fla. 23-lOt
no lights on the train or around the If South WharvM, PhlUdelphla. 5 Bowling Green New York.

place. As he fell, both feet went under Town Ordinance. OraD BoxesCrates *

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the car, but he to the _
managed jerk lie It ontalneit by the Town Council of the - -- --- -- ---- ---
Town of Tttiurille that the right of pa sage to
out the
right one wheels catching the {
and from the Indian River over the streets ofb1.1..n
other, mashing it almost into a jelly. \ having their tertului upon the bank CEMENT, PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA JJME
The wheel pawed over the foot in a of uld river or over wbanre .t the end of Mid ?MELBOURNE HOUSE GRAND VIEW HOTEL
diagonal direction from the heel to the streets. ,and uartlfularljr the wharves at over the Main termini and thereof BruadtreeU Agents for the C. F. T, REFRIGERATOR 'CARS.;
mate, and tore the solo and heel from hall lie free to the public, and that tlie same Will Furnish Can When .
the Loe. W. n. Vinzant, one of the .... public property AU boata may land at laid jMELliOUKNE.Vitliiu TITUSVILLE Desired, and nee that they: .. properly: to .D1JI>.,CrDBlLl-;
section men, happened along about two ueeta or the wbanre constructed or which ED. and TRACED to Destination.
ma*hervafterb.constructed atlb.end.thenutsail
minutes after the accident, and found mar wake ..ueh.abl.. UMbe..f a* .T2irS Buy HaLnIndi of Fruits, Vegetables Furs and Skins in fad
young Rauey lying on the platform lie shall nut. exclude other boat front the like a.... 3 Miles: of the Atlantic. Indian River Fla. anything offered to ;
Any .errworaorporatpsswhich hall exclude us.
picket him and carried him to the
up or attempt to exclude the public front the free
freight office. Dr. Sollace Mitchell was UM of ...loI..t.or.ban....except as may be I. M. MABBETTE, TROPE. Correspondence solicited on any wants you may have.r ,
telephoned for, and cam and dressed hereafter provided by Council, by charging Respectfully CO
J. S. &
toe injured member The wharfage or In any other manner hall ui>unconviction Good Shooting Fishing Sailing. WATSON 1
nicely. unfortunate thereof be Sued, not exceeding fjtiu -==
man was then placed in a carziage fur each offence or imprisoned not exceeding I
and sent to his home In East JackIOnrlU. iity days at the dUcrvtion of the court ";
This U the most central Hotel In town
This tirdinanoe hall take effect immediately ,
Mr. Is
about 20 lean old Raney and has a been young In man the 4n for its thlrty.4ya approval by the Mayer and publication FIRST-CLwiSS. TABLE A APPOINTjrexrs. and U only one minute' walk from the "Advocate"ob PrllltlllCep I

employ 0 J. T. 4 K. W. railroad Approved i'.b. 56, 1881. Hallway Depot and close to Steamboat
lie Bss4. R.
for some time.. wa well liked by aU HAS A COMPLETE OUTFIT
vI Titiuville.J. OF
hi* fellow clerks, aU of whom speak .".. BOOUA,Town Clerk.Havoc I Trauj! Ieut Hates, $2 per Day. Landing. 18 DESIG S. GIVE NEW US TYPE A TRIAL OF TIlE LATEST. i i I jS II I

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