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: March 13, 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
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oclc - 34175701
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Vol. 2. TITTJSVZLLE, Indian River, FLA.., 3 1 133A.Y, MA.R. 13, 1891. 3STo. 5.'

LOCAL NEWS.Society -Mr. and Mrs. II., J., Owens, of Knotvllle -fir. and Mrs. W. S. Conner rctotned, -We are pleaded to note that Mr. Ed. -Mr. II. Dickinson, of New York, arrived Steamboat ,Competition. ,

Tenn., were in town today.Mr. Monday, well pleased with their trip' to Raney Is gradually Improving. here last night 'I>'

-' 'D. R. Patterson, of Chicago, the Gulf coast, -}(r. R. F.:Hall, of.Georgian,,was In -Snow Is twenty feet deep In some CnAPTKH +
and General Ooiwlp In connection was a visitor to town Monday.Mr. Ducks Ducks!! Wan 200 week town yesterday. lIe came up foe lumber parts of Colorado.Mr. When tile Injunction case of the I. R.
' with Indian Hirer and Lake Worth ee> I Steamboat Co. the E. C. T. Co
ly at 15 cents each. Must be Titusvllle Robert Ransoiv has
Horn during punt week. Brief mention of F. C. Burnand, of London, get k
WAS Appealed to the Supreme Court, a
hunter. Apply ADVOCATE office. & from his trip to Georgia.
Interesting Event I About People You $15,000 a year for editing a paper called -Mr. and Mrs. Klngsley] and Miss s felt
few weeks the monopoly re
and Yon Don't Know- -Communion -Ripe strawberries are both plentt- Ago,
Know People service at Presbyterian Austin
of flying tripto
Rockledge a
i herod, and believed the matter was *o-,
Picked OB by Onr Society Editor. Punch.The church Service and cheap.Mr. .
newest embroidery for choc is 730. on Sunday evening. fat town on Tuesday.. Eley Spencer has purchased the curely pigeonholed for several iear&. +

t C3J": Advertisements under this head in gold thread like a spider's web, witha : Money I Money! Money 111 to Hawley cottage,South Tltusvlllo, for the With the assistance of the Attorney

ten cents line week. red and gold spider and a blue and -There will be quite an extensive loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins sum of $400. General, and at the request of the Rail
lug are ,per per
white-headed fly. building boom,at Rockledgo the present Graham, Tltu vl1le.F1a. -Mr. II. A. Hodges, the lumber merchant road Commission, the ClUe has been advanced ;

,-Get the ADVOCATE at Dr. Screven's.Five I JT By subscribing $1.50 per annum season. -Mr. and Mrs. M.,C. Town, of Elgin, has gone down the river on on the docket, and will have an f

Cents per copy. for the ADVOCATE It will only cost you -The steamer St., Lucle started on 111., have Iron spending a day or so in business. early hearing, M wilt be seen from the r.'

-Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Reynolds, of Three Cents Per Week, Pottage Included, her regular run to Jupiter on Wednesday town before leaving for Lake Worth.Dr. Why not become. property owner following letter, which has Just boon

; Clcavland, 0., visited Titusvllle Monday.The to any pact of the United States. having undergone some repairs In F. H. Houghtou, the dentist, of and swell the list; of sisters,, cousin and received!

Indian River and Grand View -Mr. and ){rs. Cochrano aud daugh- the Eau Gallle dry dockMr. I II I Columbus, Ohio,, writes to tho effect aunts\? Elegant lots near Sylvan Lakeat OFFICE OP CLRitKOPTnaeCPREMRCOWrr: ;al

e// i' were crowded last night, with tourists tore, of Boston, who have been spending Walter R. Watson, a popular that ho may probably be In Tltusvlllo In t2 .OO each. Robbtn A Graham. 0 I* STATR or FLORIDA.,,

, from various parts of the United States, a week or so at Canaveral Club, left here young engineer of the steamer Oeorgiana, a few weeks. Stop at the Tltusvlllo-Meixt Market, Tallahassee, March 0, 1801.

ti' -Mr. John D. Stewart, of Tyrone, for St.,Augustine on Wednesday. has been taking a few days much-needed -.Mr. W. Gladlng, MlslIA.V..Gtl\lInjt, on Washington Avenuo. hou you come Jfiur Robbing. A Graham, 'x 1 i

visitor to town Wednesday. rest this week, owing to an accident to to town. Fresh eggs chickens, vegetables Tituivilk, Florida, >
:, .f: Fa.f was a Messrs. Wilson, Ray and Turner Mite Lanman, Miss Gladlng, Mr*.. S. R.
\ He is going to Jupiter for the purpose' must be heavy stockholders In the E. C. his foot. Brown and Mrs.. Isabella Mcllwalnc: of beef, pork sausages,Tennosee butter GItNTt.KfIK-The!: : case of tho Indian

I ,' of fishing. T. Co., if, as has been charged, the stand -Wanted, a catboat, with largo cab Philadelphia arrived In town last night. etc. E. J. Davis, manager. t.f. River Steamboat Company versus the,

'; -The Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist taken by Council purely in the interest in. Must be In geod state of repair. -The ladles of the :Baptist church will East Coast Transportation Company,has
I: church ice-cream festival of thai corporation. State size and lowest price for cash. -Mrs. Decker Is In possession of her have their usual "social" at the Hucko- boon advanced and set for a hearing: by
the of which Address, A. E. Klngsloy, Rockledge, new place; Mr..Halo will\ move Into t.hel bay store on Main street to-morrow the Supremo Court; for Saturday, March n
last Saturday, proceeds -Conductor and Mrs. S. F. Shaffstall .
and )
house vacated Mrs. Devker
: f7t. Fla. 4*2t by (Saturday) afternoon at three o'clock. 21, 1801. Very truly yoursJ.ILWBITrixtn
,amounted to about $19. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Hassler, II. Q. Hawley has rented the Hale cot Clerk. }
Everybody Is .. ,,
-Mr. W. II. Young and Mrs. E. A. of Averill, are now in town. Conductor -One of the prettiest little turnouts tage.. .
".) -The steamer City of Columbus, with While tho decision. of the court cannotbe
, we have seen In TUusvllle Is that of Mr.
Kimball brother and sister, of Minneapolis Shaffstall now employed by the J., T.
.r. ,
Please examine the little name- Messrs. W. E. Conner and F. R. Law
In advance there
E. C. Dearborn, who, with his family, predicted positive ,
oils, arrived In town Saturday, and left A K. W. Railway. '
: recently arrived here from Jacksonville. and-date slip pasted on heading of this rence, two wealthy New Yorkers onboard In little doubt but the Sweeney will call '
IG for home Monday. Mr. Young and Give Broad to the J. K.
street T. A
,- the The date
arrived here their
or yesterday
wrapper. on
The Dearborn family are frequently seen paper upon at the railway terminal before April 1st,
, r1 Mrs. Klmbal are reepectfully nephew W. R'y Co., and give Main street to the driving around with their neat-looking tells you If your subscription Is due. way to St. Lurle River, Jupiter, Lake with flying color\ ,. 16 begin to look a*
and niece of Mr. D. Young, North Titus- that to town and '
,', railway comes equipage. -Mrs. Arnold and her son and daughter Worth and other plaoos. There wore If the persistent fight, that has been

,, 'k'I' ville. where will our down river patrons be -tn-law, of Albany, N. Y., were In also-A. Hlldreth, master; E. T. King, made, was reaching a conclusion.
. f i "Mrs. A. McCormick and a friend- able to land their boats? "Look before have boon mate Ed. McCarty and John Gardner,
: town Wednesday. They ; Chapter five oi. this Interesting story :
-' )Ir Smith, who I is an I invalid-left here you leap." Ii and pilots and F. Whlttaker, engineer.The .
, taking a trip over the East Coast, ; will be presented to our readers I In,a few'
for Melbourne last Friday, where they -Mr. P. S. Johnston, the popular Warranty, Satisfaction and Quit-Claim left for other parts, this week, on their following subscribers' names week It will probably treat of certain

i m '1 intended stayinga short time ere leaving traveling auditor of the J., T. & K. W. Dee s, Lease, etc., for Sale at the ADVOCATE way home. have been added to the ADVOCATE subscription laws, or amendments to law, by" the,

f 'for Lake Worth. Both ladies are from Railway, and Mr. W. E. Arnold, a well- office. -Mr. W. S. Norwood returned here list this week: J. W. Smith, legislature, and the payment of ft 'cer

.: !:1',' Clinton, Iowa. Mrs. McCormlck' late known agent of the Ocean SteamshipCo. Wedding ,-.% Cards Saturday from his tip to Fort Drum Chicago; Ray Tompkins, Owen Ferry, tain Injunction bond.
'hntband-Dr. McCormick-was well were on a short trip to Rockledge Oa. Walter R. Watson Titusvllle C. S.
he ; ;
;g We shall be pleased to cjIi : and other places. While hunting,
I j known and highly respected on Indian the end of last week. Both left here on receive a share of your ;: mad the acquaintance of a good many Underhill, G1enham, N. Y.; W. B. Porter Town Council Meeting.

t, 'a River Saturday' train for their respective SU {Job Work-envelopes,} Seminole Indian In the above region. Chicago; J. W. Ballantlne, Sharpos; TIle usual reports of landing; commit,
of Hotel Indian River. A destinations. a letter-head,note-heads, Chas. and Edw. Zoellner New
i$, -Sale correspondent Gaetjons ,
]t bill-heads, statements, He.evidently enjoyed: the outing. tee were received, and of the collectorand
\\! says: "Mr. J. M. Lee has Messrs.: Edw." Zoellner and Chas. pq or anything ehto. po and Mr*. W. S. Conner left here York;;Alex. Wear, Eau Gallle; A. Kings- tho treasurer; the latter' showed s/

I Hold his hotel, property!: and valuable Gaetjensf of New York, returned from -- .. yesterday-jjMi. for'St.. Augustine and other ley, Rocklmlffe; S. C., Usher, lAwrence, cash balance la-hand of $. ".(.,- -.
Kansas Dr. F. It. Columbus
: orange grove, at Ilocklodge; and land atc their trip 'to Lake: Worth, Sunday h places, and expect to roach their homeIn Ohio. ; Honghton The resignation of J. P. Turn "wa

; .... Tropic, also land at Tltusvillo, with all morning, and on Tuesday they started Trenton, N. J.'about tho 1st of April.Mr. Many of our readers who take considerable received, but action' In the tame 'was,
&, 'his Interest in the I. R. Steamboat Co., for St. Augustine where they 'will +
stay and and Mrs. Conner are welcome visit Interest In, the work of the postponed until next meeting.
-Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Fulton Mr.
I to Mr. M. F. Dwyer, of Brooklyn, N. Y., for' a couple of weeks. On'their returnto winter and late Charles Dickens will regret to learn The statement of R. A. Hardee In ro-
who will make extensive John L. Ferson, of Plttaburg, Pa., were ors to Indian River every that the "Old Curiosity Shop," constantly '
improvementsand ,
New York they will stop off at several gird to warrant No, 201 for $100, which
4 to them depart so soon.
In town Wednesday. we are sorry see frequented by Dickens, I II being
additions, the hotel and orange places. Before leaving town they ordered be had lost,, wa received, and ,a new
-The endeavor to connect tho E. C. demolished for the publlo good and
the -The steamer Sweeney had a large any
grove, coming summer. the AAVOCATE to be regularly sent to warrant wa ordered Isajted, 'on certain
who would faint have memento In
B. Hoesen and Mr. number of for Rockledge on T. Co. with the street question, or to one a
and Mrs. F.
their homes In New York. passengers books, old china, or turio must go to condition being compiled with.
and Mrs. S. B. Ralter, of Alexandria, Monday, and the steamer of the Indian drag Its affair Into discussion, 1* a willful \ 24, Fetter lane, London. The house The assessment of $750.00 against tho:
-Mrs. S. H. Chandler and her
Minn.; and Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Towle, of two River Steamboat Co. are also carrying misrepresentation on the part of Itself stands opposite the Record office personal property of Rer. John For,
charming daughters-the Misses M. andS. those who make the attempt and Is In London, and I.I 500 years old. (
Clinton, Iowa, who have been on a trip quite a number of tourists. Some days .
which was evidently an error wa rar-
i Chandler who have been on a trip to Its Mrs-Haloes, Is eighty-six ,
their done for the of blinding the occupant
crowded to utmost purpose
to Rockledge,- returned home Monday.Mr. the steamers are duced .
old and full of personal anecdotesof to $150.00.The
Lake Worth returned to Titusvllle year ,
Hoesen Is president ,of the First onSunday's capacity, so great Is the tourist .travol Judgment of our people to the true interesting men.from Dickens to By street ,question wo then taken,

National Bank of Alexandra; Mr. Towle steamer. They were accompa- to the East Coast this winter. merits of the case. There ha been too ron. Her Husband, a printer, kept with and carefully discussed, every member -,
nied by an estimable young lady from In this matter. and this tho up
much misrepresentation her a lending library was
la a prominent merchant, and Mr. Ral -Mr. J. W. Ballantlne, of' Summervllle the of Council taking part, also the'
Detroit, Mich.,-Mia* Lacier, who I.I aIsterinlaw The truth Is slew men have assured the treat( attraction to famous novelist.
,ter Is a banker. We understand It Is N. J. who owns some valuable The of
of Professor Uubbard, of would that the There are row and row of boob in Mayor. petition alleged property
their first visit to Indian River. property In the neighborhood of Sharpest railway officials they see front of which HaUe put the shutter owner wa carefully examined and coastdered --
Crescent City, for which place she started tbelr'demand and they '
town *
-The Florida Fruit Exchange rec- was in town on Friday for a short time. granted up before his death twenty-three year ,, and there appeared to ba 41
Monday. Mrs. Chandler and daughters are' making a desperate effort to keep and which are still in the same
fruit will lie the ADVOCATE a, pleasant call, In favor of to the demand
omends steady shipments as gave pace with London smoke. In signer acceding
returned to Winter Park, where they their promise.Col. !grime
not Improve, so far as its keeping qualities expect to remain about two week and enrolled his name among our fast- fact, the library 1* still there, and avery of the Railway Company, 11
go, if held much longer; besides Increasing lint of subscribers. Mr. and +- D. L. Gaulden who drafted the curious assortment of works against, and 4 conditional. The Mayor

prices are bound to raise steadily on all 7-A telegram dated March 4th has Mrs. Ballantine and their charming tra star papers In the sale of Hotel Indian chiefly of novel and first editions-It I I. stated that a number of those who. bad-

grades. Much fruit is reaching destination been received by Alex. Lynch, register daughter make Sharpes their winter Iver, at Rockledge, on the Oth Instnf Mr. I chromo alnelll ol1thograpbr understood, to and have the invented old I signed "yes" had since told hint. they a'

in bad shape, showing considerablerot. Gainesville home. They expect to return to New I >rm us that the people of Rockledge: lady I Is said to b* a granddaughter of the did not understand the matter ft*, the

This, with the large size and Jersey about the middle of, next month, ret ret very much the loss of Mr. J. M. famous Sir William Selby. At the back ; time and wished their name erased. Jt
of the United States land office at WashIngton Le to Indian River, but are greatly of the shop I* the chair which Dickens
' coarse fruit. Is the cause of low averages much to the regret of their many friendson was also charged that at least teL Of the

reported. Latest sales show steady ad- to the effect that the Timber Indian River. Mr. Ballantlne came pit sod with Mr. F. Dwyer, the purcha- occupied he had a,bitter and It If was passing In this, quarrel chair witha that signers were not property ownar In

vance in prices and higher averages from Culture and Pre-emption law was on the up to town for the purpose of meetinghis sei who I la very much of a gentleman, friend named I Whlffln over Fenlmore view of the fact that the sentiment of

this date forward are anticipated.-:'Adrerttier. last day of the session of Congress repealed two married daughters, who arrived an already has made a host of friend Cooper "Red Rover," ,and at whose thai. nonresident owner*-numbering,,

so that; hereafter no pre-emption on the afternoon train. TI > hotel will be under the managementof head In fact, he threw the volumewhIch over one hundred-had not been ex.
entries will be allowd In of the land Jr. A. S. Lee, and will, no doubt, caused the dispute. Tnl, by the 1R
any It thought to wait
pressed was
-Mr. and Mrs. J., S. Powell and Mr. -New styles in bonnets are worn by way, must not be confounded with the ,
offices of the United States. Hereafter mt >t with greater success than ever the until the wish of the people had. bw
and Mrs. M. L. Fenton, maid and child most of the ladles In Titusvllle\ and curiosity shop of "Little Nell, That

of Jamestown, N. Y.; and two charming only homesteads entries will be allowed. neck ruffs-well, It begins to look like co lug season. Interesting building ha long passed out more accurately ascertained,, below ftt>
Mr. Leo D. Woodln, of Vanbrugh of existence{ In fact, its site wa never lag In this Important matter and Council
of Elizabeth to
young bellfi from Cincinnati, Ohio, who Sun.The the days Queen see so known with exactitude. Dickens had
:have been stopping at Rockledge and Indian River Real Estate Exchange many wearing them. They appear to be Pa k, Blackheath, London, was a pleas- another object In visiting the little library adjourned with the understanding'

Melbourne, returned to the Indian River of Cocoa, has been very successful made of every known shade, color and an caller at the ADVOCATE: office this In Fetter lane; Halne wa a capital that the view of non-resident 01JUIS

Hotel, Wednesday, where they will again In making sales. During the past material, probably to match the dress. 11' k. lIe I I. on a tour through the raconteur, and many of his quaint reminiscences would bo ascertained by the next meetIng a
have of the ITi ted states. ){vWoodin who left of London life were seized up and that In the meantime If the
remain for a few days. While at Melbourne few days they disposed On some ladles with long necks they by the novelist for his own stories. .
they visited Grand Old Ocean, Barnes' place, at Rockledge;the propertyof look fairly well; but such does not always foi Lake Worth, on the steamer Sebastian Mayor and president of Council oura.;

with which they were very much pleased.Mr. Mr. David R. Johnson, north of Co appear to be the case with short Tuesday afternoon, expect to re- Market Jlevlew. adjust the matter amicably-with 'the

Fenton intend spending little time coa. A Uve real estate firm at Cocoaor necii. In any case, where ruffs are turn Saturday or Sunday; and after visiting March Otb, 1891. Railroad Company, a special meeting of

Tituville. Miss Rockledge has long been a necessity,, made of thick material, we think they several other places In Florida, he Council would be called and action
shooting ere leaving Florida I II
The market on orange a taken. There seemed to be ft strong
Brook and Miss :Sprague: the two young and there I* no doubt the effort put look out of place with our warm Southern Intend starting for Mexico, California, little easier on account the bad weather. sentiment In favor of letting th# entire

ladle from Cincinnati, are friend oft forth by the concern referred to will bea weather. For the cold Northern Washington Territory,British Columbia, Indian River fancy Mlllng at 14.00to matter rest In abeyanc until after the

Mr. and Mrs. John Prescott, of Calais, benefit to the entire river. latitudes no doubt they answer admirably Australia, India and other place on his "' .00; bright, small size, 13.00;large next town election* which occur 4n .
size, $2.00 to $ .W. Grape fruit, $2.00to October. The Railroad; Company wltt
He ha been
back to England. on a
neck the
the from
Maine, who left here yesterday on their -The Brevard County Alliance held to protect chilly way $3.60 In boxes; barrels, $4.00 to$,.00. not acquire adverse possession before

way to the Gulf Coast. Its regular quarterly meeting In the blizzard and snowstorms. Very light pleasure trip of over twelve months'duration. Strawberries, fancy, 23 to 28 cent; me, March of next year and no injury wilt

-Mr.Altree will start the No. 2 Titu- Court House, at Titusvllle, on March material answer the purpose In Florida.Mr. Blum 18 to 20 cent result from postponement until next
Market on vegetable easier, although November. We believe from remark
g viDe Watch Club, right away. Call and 6th, and after an Interesting lecture from B. Young bad a narrow escape Almost the entire population of Tltusvllle choice fancy stock wanted. Belling today made by several of the councilmen la

see what you get. The club consists of State lecturer Collins, and the transaction from serious accident on Saturday. It wended Its way through the highway string beans $3.00 to t&CO; peas, regard to the new proposition of the

fourty member, who pay one dollar per of regular business, elected offi appears that Mr. Brock and other were and byway* to Youngville, last $3.60 to W.OO; cabbage, good, bard, Mayor and from those who-appeared to

. week until their number I*drawn,which cent for the ensuing year: R. C. Way, moving along the river bank the boiler Sunday afternoon, to witness the Immersion green stock, $3.60: to 19.73 flood: eggplant be In position to peak for the Hallway
$8.00 to $10.00 a barreL large that settlement will be
with the T. J. Cocksbutt vice-presi that had been taken out of the old of Mr. Frank Cartile and Mr*. Company, a
terminate their connection president; ripe tomatoes wanted, selling quick at effected before our neat issue. In which
't slab, which run thirty week All dent; F. G. Schell, lecturer; M. 8. Sam, steamer Georgetown to ship to the Mer David Harrison, at Sand Point. The $3.600 $..OOj; asparagus $4.00 to $8.00 case, we suggest that a general Jollification .

.member number are placed in separate secretary and trea ALto a* committee I rh -Stevens Co., of Jacksonville. Mr. walk seemed to be enjoyed by most of a dozen. would be in order.

envelope and deposited in the bank for on legislation and transportation, T. J. Young was driving up at the time; his the spectators except some who said the ...!
Be Fair ek.
0' safe keeping one being drawn every Cockshntt, M. S. Sam, B. A. Conklin, hone became frightened at the eight of weather was too warm and those fond Notice.,
of the male whom fate assigned Our brother who ; "We shall be Town Warrant Lost-Nolle*I*hereby
week. A premium of $7.00 give the F. Chappell and R. C. May. And a* the boiler, and dashed off at great speed. parents sex, says
behind juat.. fair M we know how, and itunfair given that I have lot warrant No. 201 k
member drawing, a $35.00 bou-- Ded committee on the good of the Order, It eventually came In contact with some to duty baby carriage
deal of These unfortunate) were quite free In In the MUM paragraph, seem for $100, Issued by the town of TUnxvllle
G. Schell to the
gold ease, Elgin or Waltham watch,war- Chas. Hammond, F. J. 1C. tree, doing a damage
their that the Rev. A. quite tickled to be with the crowd. "We In my favor; and that payment oa
e .... rented to wear 20 yean. Whoever draw Miner, A. A. Stewart and Geo. Chester carriage bat the animal was not Injured. expressing hope
would not locate the judged them rightly too." Henry Clay the tame ha been topped; and that I
' the first watch, It will cost them $8.00, Melbourne wa chosen* the place of Fortunately for )fr. Young, he landedon D. Cohen ceremony
aid: "I would rather be right than be have applied for the Issuance of a dnpBtate. -
the horse commenced at LaGrange next time unless b.chartered
the 4th ere
the second, $9.00, and *o on. H. B. the next meeting on Thursday, terra fima '
Lord, Sanford. *1 its wild escapade. steamer. president., Robert A.UstdeeeytPk.s4.a .

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WASHINGTON D. c tom the owe of Chief Jestfce Wake congress fifteen. Of thews, twelve have I

'Hast Coast A.dvo oE tea and Justice Miller one ':year'*..t..laryj; been representative' and three senators Od
$10,000 eachprovoked much"diacn! The California legislature is noW 'epub- "

NEWS NOTES\AND ITEMS FROM slop, but they were to.The ett' h lican, and Senator Hearst successor Will
It"f subject that d was the be a Republican. This will increase the f
TITU8VILLE, I FLORIDA THE, NATIONAL CAPITAL., proposition of the house to give month'* present republican majority two. Senator

____ 1Proceedings. extra pay to officer and Employe of the Hearst" death places the republican

In Auirana there !I. a system of houio. Mr. Plumb poke of the unconscionable in a position where they could pas the

farm institute attended by oyertGoo of the Second Ses. extravagance of the two house force bill, but for the iron-clad agreement HACINE.WIS.,

slon of the 51st Congress.When and laid that while the pay of senators they have with the democrats. The
/) different persons lad year. i 1- however binding and no
._ j amounted to $400,000 a year, the pay of agreement: ,
will be made.A .
those who waited on them amounted to such attempt

tt 1* dated that while at the bcgtrwblag the house met Saturday morning 1000,000. The House item was struck petition ha been signed by near 200

of the century only 21,000,000 ofpersona Its first action was to ask a conference oi ut of the bill and the senate adjourned. congressmen and senators requesting the

poke the English tongue it it the senate in the postal subsidy bill, In the house, Monday\ morning, on president to appoint Judge Culberson,
I which passed Friday night Then Mr. "lotion of Mr. Perkins, thesenntr amendments of Texas, ,julge: of the sixth judicial cIrcuit
note used by 125,000,000. 'annoy asked unanimous consent that to tho Indian appropriation bill provided for in the now circuit a

be house non-eoncur in the senate amend were non-concurred In and the bill cent court law. Although Judge Culbersonis of

The debt of Portugal hat Increased lent to the sundry civil bill. The next to the conference. Mr. Hitt, of Illinois, a staunch democrat, has served eighteen ,

, '400 cent. and tho expenses of the jove on the programme of the republi- presented for reading the following menage -, years in congress and has been re-
, per COO one wa to call up the contested election from the government of Brazil: "Th. elected, it is believed that on account of''' LUMBERYARD a GTRl1C S
,Government have percent area, and scat the three republican be. senate and chamber of deputies of the his great legal ability Mr. Harrison will SPRING LES.Nucatr .

during: the past forty year tore the day expired. Crisp of Georgia, United State of Brazil met together.. a appoint him. Judge Culberson has had

immediately raised a point of ordet constitutions assembly, have resolved to the reputation for ten years of being the tfN1'

There are now forty-seven medics against such proceeding, and in a short express, by mean of this message! in the ablest lawyer in either house of congress. +[ P LADIES CIiA19E
i in the Untied State and Can. speech gave notice that he did mat intend name of the people of Brazil, to the His opinions are sought on all question,
college that thc.rtpublican should rush the appropriation people of the United States of America, and it is certain that no better man to
'?da which admit both sexes; and nine bill through in order thai the feelings of gratitude inspired in fill the office could be found in America IATNLCNAlSaBRAK[

;of inch college which are for women they might get time to push the contested their breasts by the friendly term* of the ""e .'.th rlrcnSt comprises JeorfT a .

Alone. election cases through. Crisp gave notice highly honorable message of congratulation tin plate for many generations in Eng '
that unless he had assurance! that the voted and adopted by the congress land. FISH BR9S WAG9H! G5

A telephone lino about fire mile ousting mill would not again be put in of the United States; to affirm once The debt statement issued! at Washington -

operation the democrat would force an again, by the present means, the sentiments Mondayshow an increase in debt KAC//VE.W/S./
long ha been established in Iceland le..fou. I of union and which bind
extra Thirty republicans gave during February of $2,004,050.50; total
and I I. regarded, a* a groat curiosity, their words that they would vote against the people of Brazil to the American nation interest bearing debt outstanding, $aU-

feeing the first ever established oa the the consideration of election cases should ; the earnest desire to maintain and 01,580; total debt of all kind, $1,543- !

they be called up. Legislation w\a then honor the institution of a republican form 100,858.08' cash in treasury, $003.520-(

__ ,_- resumed. of government in Brazil, endeavoring 063.40; debt less available credits, $849-

'Twenty Parsee girls have lately prevented The mall subsidy bill, which passedthe I thereby to secure the happiness and pros- 680,705.58. Gold certificates outstanding
house a* a substitute for the tonnagebill perity of the Brazilian family und the $4,172,274,899; silver certificates,
. themselves" for entrance examination called in the and prosperity of all nations." On'
was up senate Saturday peace $308,168,474; currency, $12,530,000;
, at tho Bombay University.. nlgitt on A motion to disagree to the motion of Mr. Payson, the conference report treasury notes of 1800 (bullion purchase)

!'Eastward tho course of culture takes house amendments, and send I it to con on the bill to repeal the timber culture $33,150,700. Legal tender notes out.

rerce. Senator Vest however, obActed law was agreed to. At the evening standing, $G{0,681,016; national banknotes
lie exclaims the Boston Tran-
way, and there was quite a spicy de- session Mr. Hatch, of Missouri, was for- outstanding, $17,165,815.BUSINESS .

script. ___________ rate over it, the republicans claiming tunate enough to catch the speaker's eye TtIE e4 r tI
fret the democrat had violated then and he moved to suspend the rules and OUTLOOK.
F'otehonting"-' 11ve Socialism I I" I agreement made when the force bill was piss, with amendments, the senate bill to t

upon receiving their discharge, a number laid aside. Tho democrats then agreed provide for the inspection of live cattle, Review of the Past Week by S

of Gorman soldiers were court. sot to filibuster against anything of a bogs and carcasses, and the products Dun & Co. FQ
thereof which of interstate
non-sectional character that might come are subject ""
inartlalcd' within twenty-four' hour, Op, provided the republicans would stand commerce. The motion to suspend the R. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of 9YSTORES s Ax9SHEARSernvyt

""a nd sentehcod to from five to toni pledged not to attempt the resurrection tho rules and pass the bill was agreed to trade says: There is not much change in INSIST ItE n

i yean, imprisonment.They of the force bill. There was consider -yeas. 101; nays, 70. condition of trade, but there is a lit caw YOURTOREKEEPE RPR .I
t bio feeling over the matter for a time; .In the senate, Tuesday, much time was tle more dullnesss at the south and in the SENDT USF Cp1r4c9

and the more conservative senator of consumed in discussing the general deficiency northwest, with a little more stringency ,
,, have prohibited tho mannfac- both parties agreed to go Into executive bill including the French spoliation la the money markets and complaintabout THEM ?, ': ;.

tare of oleomargarine in Russia, notes abasion, where they could settle their claims and Pacific railway claims.A the slowness of collections In .,, Wi.1 111"* VV'o HOLYOKE MASS.

the New York Herald. Tho article difference in private, without it getting vote was taken, and the French spoliation general, business i* still hesitating. FOR YOU.- ,
into the newspapers. The discussion in claims amendment was agreed to- Though there is no chance of monetary
will be allowed for sale only in exceptional 41 14. Mr. Stewart offered at this session the chances of
executive session opened rather wildly. yeas, ; nays, I speculation ,
cases, and then it will have to There were charges and countercharges, an amendment to reimburse to the states an extra session of congress seem to be -- -

:be kept in,, vessels painted ,a certain and it looked for a while that the session of CalifornIa! Oregon and Nevada, moneys rather great and before and pending: FERTILIZER INSPECTION LAW.

to that will at would end in a general row. However, expended by them in the suppressionof legislation in several western legislatures
colors everybody once Senator Gorman took the floor, and settled the rebellion, $2,451,800 to California regarding loans, mortgages, land title Commissioner Nesbit Explainsits C
know what it is. all difference in a few saoments. It $224,520 to Oregon, and $404,040 to Ne-' 1 and railroads cause much timidity and

was agreed that the mail subsidy bill vada. Agreed to without division. Mr. I shifting of capital. But a large causeis Workings.

London, Berlin, Vienna and Paris should be taken up at 0.80 o'clock Monday Daniels moved to insert a paragraph directing undoubtedly a partial loss of Aonicn-TCRAL DEPARTMENT, ATLANTA -
debated for hour when the secretary of the treasury to I crops, which has left a great many
morning, an
tare themselves with underground GA. March 8. Editor ConitUution:
tho vote should be taken. resettle and pay the claims of the state farmers without means for the usual pur 1
I have had from farmersin
roads'or are preparing to do The senate met at 0:80 o'clock Monday. of New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, chases. At the same time the collapse of different manylnquIrIe.sections of the ii
London Virginia and South Carolina and the cityof the real estate "boom "which for a while state asking \
*K> wa tho first city to meet Frye called up the house amendment to for information in regard to the law re- I
Baltimore on account of advances inflated prices throughout the west and
thla problem and Its undergroundroads the tonage subsidy bill, and moved to the of fertilizers
.. lating inspection ,
on concur in the amendment, and that made in the war of 1812; and appropriating south has affected business more than ha the and
have proved tho swiftest, most 'ihe conference asked by tho house be $3,500,000 for that purpose. yet been realized.- To this influence passed by recent legislature,
the Permit
.catisfaetbry and most profitable systemyet ranted. Mr. Reagan expressed the wish Agreed to. The bllW I then passed added at the south the extremely low known as the columns Ellington of law. read me

provided for a great city. ;sat tho house amendment bo concurredin and sent to the house with senate amend price of cotton, which affect the farmer through these your widely and ,
rather than that the danger of a more meets The debate was suspended and more, because many of them tried by paper answer questions to ;
few facts which of Intere.tand
public ands sbjcctlc-uable bill from the conference the conference reports were presentedand holding<< back their crop, to force a higher state a are
The of the United State. value to the farmers, generally. Under
committee be incurred. The subsidizingof agreed to on the Indian and post- level of prices. I

including Alaska are 055,746,461 the ship (he held) wa not going to office appropriation bills. Then the con- BErOBTS FROM THE CITIES.Thus farmer the can Ellington, if lie choose law, now require in force the sellerto the CINCINNATI 110 MILES

:*cT!s, Of which 282,772,439 aero are increase commerce. The only way to increase ference report on the copyright bill was tardiness of collections begins to draw sample in the presence of witnesses Shortest and .

'Iu e1od. In the last year 19,000,000 either import* or export was to presented and Mr. Platt explained it. appear, because local debtors do not realize place the same in bottles with themanufacturer' Quickest.
remove the shackles off the tariff. The After a long discussion the report was their mpartment and Pullman Paluoe
on goods as as
promptly they
aOl'IJ'of agricultural land were 'trans bill and to agreed to. guaranteed analysis on Sleeping Can through without change,
simply nakedly, a gift expected. The money market, although the label seal the bottle
erred to actual settlors, and 803,826cits the shlpo*nor*of the country. Mr. Mor- In the house on Tuesday the conference till generally called easy give signs of place, them in charge of the making direct onnecUonInCENTRALUNIONST

to railroads. Tho amount rtl&eelnd rill moved to concur in the bouse amendment report on-the pension appropriationbill the steady approach to stringency. ordinary. If, after testing the ferti I LOUIS
After considerable discussion was presented and agreed to. The
Southern reports generally note a fair demand lizer the farmer ha to ,
from the sale of land reason
publio ,
.' during which several motion/ to amenwere agreement provides that hereafter no pension but no improvement in trade, that the qualities are not such as he And the WE.ST, and with Through carlines
was. .7,nOS70. offered and defeated the question attorney shall receive a fee of more while northwestern for
report are, on the led to believe he have the
L_,. was flaally taken on Mr. )lorrlU'. motionto than $2 in any claim for an increase of whole less favorable than before. Busi was can sam the
bottles which left with the ordinary CHICAGO
A.,Ft Woodward, of London, England concur in the house amendment, the anion. No compensation shall be allowed ness at the eastern cities ha been pIe Beat to the were State chemist and his NORTHWEST.
postal subsidy and it was agreed-yeas for securing a special act of congress also with through car'
a compositor, sued a strength- i irregular The wool trade is strengthened official annalysis well be accepted as evidence -
, 87;nay, 83. It now goes to the president. granting a pension or an increase of by comparative scarcity and line* for DEIROII I
in in the
testing machine court State
company under the has any finder
Mr. Sherman offered a resolution electing pension in any case that' been presented the of and
price some grades
are this law the made the department BUFFALO
following circumstances: Woodward Senator Manderson, of Nebraska, a* at the! pension office, or allowance I higher. Th knit goods manufacture which inspections by and the East.
'' his hold office during under the pension law. Mr. Mc- are as thorough we Only one change of car
pot peny in the slot" at the railway president pro tempore has apparently gained most, and can make them with the force at
now our
the pleasure of the senate, and Mr. Millin of Tennessee, took occasion to next the manufactures of dress good. A
station at South End near Shoe- command the sharp competition NEW ORLEANS
Gorman offered a resolution tendering call attention to the fact that nearly every continuance of purchases at more than I Meridian,
the various
Lnryneis, XUsex, last July and tested the thanks of the senate to Mr. logalls Important measure passed under the present the usual rate will be needed to make the among and the close the of these Jackson,.Vicksburg, Point in
goods margin., farmer
Us tremendous blow for "the courteous rules ''to business" had to AND THE
strength by,a on eminently dignified, expedite season a satisfactory one in men' wear has a fair chance that TEXAS
the head, but the spring behind itbeing able and absolutely impartial manner in be amended by a subsequent joint resolu good. The trade in cotton i* dull be- which he needs. And ror in this protection connectionI -xr an 19 T.
which he has presided over its deliberation tion. This house bad opened in confusion
cause the Southern demand has dropped Passenger via this line are afforded an
oat of order he broke his would to the farmer in whose
wrist. say ,
*, and performed the duties of president had continued in confusion, and it remarkably' In rubber goods, trada is : ranks I have for excellent view of Lookout Mountain and
The, jury, has awarded him $23) pro tempore." Both resolutionswere looked as if it would end in confusion. unsettled, some makers having advanced struggled nearly sixty surrounding Historic Scenery
that I have made it
damage. agreed to, and the oath of office There wi but one consolation, and that price with those of the crude rubber, years, the a point to examine
was administered by the vice-president to wa that tomorrow the country could while others have not The glass tradeIs very closely system under
Mr. :Manderson and the Lord. which these goods are prepared. I have a 0. RAY S. E. Pus*. Agt, Atlanta -
The antiquated clan division on who was escorted to the say: "The Lord giveth fair at Pittsburg ani: light at Philadelphie visited several ,
desk by :Mr. Ingalls. The credentials of taketh blessed be the name of the large manufactories: and, Ga. _
railroad away; Steel rails do not because
European are rapidly falling: move, in person, inspected the methods of D. J. MULLANEY Pas.
nf John B. Gordon a* senator from Lord." The amendment was agreed to, buyers doubt the of the com Dlv. Agt,
Into dilate, states the St. Louis Star. Georgia (replacing/ Mr. Brown) were presented and the joint resolution, a* amended, bination. Coal i*permanence dull in fair demand. preparation and I must say that the Chattanooga. "
quality of the various ingredient usedin D. 0. EDWARDS O. P. & T. A.
Sayings. In and
Germany last year over placed on file. The house passed. Cigar maker are busy. The advance in the ,
bill relating to the treaty of reciprocitywith I 1- composition of these goods, the CINCINNATI O.
pdr cent of the passengers traveled the Hawaiian islands Sumatra leaf retard sales. thorough manner in which they are
was passed MOTU. .
third-class and only 0.4 cent. first- AS ADVA8CK d Patens manipulated and mixed the condition
per ,Iso the house joint resolution
appropriating fairly THE
will be
Pacific mail TRAVELERS
The people There ha advance in the
an aver they when for
present ready ,
class. It 1
getting expensive hauling $1,000,000 for the improvement of well satisfied with the mail subsidy b'11. of all commodities '
price I
empty first-class carriage. and the the :Mississippi river, to b* im Under it they will get about $350(00 age amountingto impressed me most favorably. Jacksonville Florida.
mediately avallab'e. The postofflce half of 1 per cent for the week, but Let the farmer understand, however, ,
companies are face to face with the annually.The it has Been almost exclusively in products that to secure protection which the -
alternative of either abandoning them appropriation bill was then taken treasury department, on Tuesday,' of which the crop were abort framers of the Ellington law have In. I

or reducing first-dais fare up ment, and which!Ir. he Frye had(In offered place of the amend- paid out $0,500,000 for pensions, completing The price of wheat has not advanced, tended, they must comply with the conditions The Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar
to on Saturday
some- the $30,000,000 required on tiat western receipt continuing heavy, while to which I have above called their streets, Jacksonville, F1&. A new brick
iking very near third-class rates. night) offered oue appropriating $1,400- account for the Quarter just ended. The exports are light. attention. Let them lessen the acreage, hotel, nearest to all railroad station and

000 malls.for On the motion transportation of Mr. Carlisle of foreign the treasury surplus has accordingly been induced But corn ha risen 21 cents, and oats 1} prepare the land deeply and thoroughly, steamboat landings., Especially adapted

In view of the. fact that the slatli- amount reduced to The to $15,000,000. cent. A speculative advance of over increase the amount of fertilizer, either to transient businets. Elegantly furnished .
was 1250000.
tic on the one.of the telegraph duringthe amendment wa adopted and the bill A statement prepared at the treasiry I cent i I. also seen in coffee. Export of in composts or the commercial brands, rooms, single or en suite. Tableas
department on Tuesday, shows that three merchandise from New York'for the past cultivate rapidly and systematically and pood as the beat. This hotel was built
year 1890( in the various European passed. The senate then at 3 p. m., proceeded of in tlrculation four weeks have been 14 cent lets the result will I trust furnished and
to the consideration of the was a net decrease $7,316,933 per bring gladnessand operated a* a $3.00 a day
countries will bo agricultural month of than for the tame week last and sunshine to homes house rates reduced
shortly published, it appropriation bill. Mr. Carlisle ( during the Fcbnury year our Respectfully ; are now to |3.00 a
Interesting to note, observe the made the point of order against the com and a net increase of $3,060,083 In mote, imports also decrease about ten per cent It T. NsxniTT, I day,' while the service i* better than ever.
the A little disturbance ia caused by further Breakfast-from 6 to 9 lunch
mittee' amendment and bullion in thereasury during Commissioner. ; from 11 i3Q
Chicago Newt, that the number of sorghum same period. shipment of $600,000 of cold to Eu- I to 2 SO; dinner from 5:30 to '1:80. This

telegram for every 100 Inhabitant sugar'manufacturer the use of dlstilHl rope, and a* the treasury disbursements Is the only hotel in Jacksonville serving
houses in all
Both were a push
that it day
free of tax The point was
daring 1889 spirit fV pension are just now enormous, the regular meals at these hours. All other
I* a* follow t Great appropriation Tuesday to get through by noon Wed riel.d.y. THE LINES TIGHTENING.
general legislation on an
wa money markets are likely to be strengthened are at least one hour later. Ue the
BrIW 163 France The senate has added millions -
88 discussed many
$ ; ; Germany, bill. The Question was at for time..
45 26 Austria much length and was finally) submitted to to all the appropriation bills, aid The Italian Suspects Identifiedas omnibus, the ticket save 23
J Italy, ; 20; Hungary, Business failure for the week number cents each way.BURTON.
the senate the vice and the is running appropriations up to an enormous the Assassins.The
by president Hennessey .
It; Idus4a, t. For 1888 the figure 558; fee the corresponding week of lastyar
amendment was ruled to be in order- figure. The house wa all excitement ,
the figure was 257. Hennessey trial, which i* in 'K. BARRS
&ret Great Britain, 140; France, 80; yea, 2 9; nays, 28. The amendment was the galleries crowded, and the at New Orleans, devoted Tuesday progress ,

Germany, 49; Italy SO; Austria, 23; then agreed to without division. Mr. member were good natured, but A BOLD ROBBERY.A strictly to the taking of testimony, JO Proprietor.
Paddock moved to amend by inserting wrought to a high pitch of excitement
Uongary ; Russia, 9. and in a sitting of over seven hour about
the "pure food bill." Mr. Reagan made A rumor ha been current at Washington -, Thief Snatches Tray of Dia- twenty witnesses were examined. A man : OUR NEW IMPROVED SINGER

The the point of order that the amendment to the effect that, upon information mond Rings and Skips. named Politz was identified at one of the :' HIGH ARM, TN,. ."U:.ClNLY)2e.OO lit
eagerness displayed by the pub- was general legislation on a very important cabled by the Chinese minister there, the men who brought some in sacks to "
no at Paris, France to subscribe not connected with the The boldest robbery ever perpetratedin guns 11 r
to the subject appropriation Chinese government ha entered an objection Birmingham occurred at the Bank hotel the Italian grocery store on Poydras street Iz iii :!:f '"
iw Treasury loan affords for the agricultural department, to Senator Blair as minister to two before the t :
striking days shooting He was .J U
comer, in the heart of the city, at 1 :r' '
Ue sustained and the amendment was minister being
wa The Chinese
demonstration think that country. also identified a* being present at the I' wO eXtnW
the .New York o'clock 8aturdaynight. In the windowof '51
excluded. The bill was then passed and in Peru Mr. Yo, one of the attaches shooting, and dipping and falling while "iii E.; ... ::11
Tribune, of the popular confidence In the senate proceeded, at 4:40 o'clock, of the legation, wa on Tuesday questioned Rosenthal Brothers' jewelry store wa running his going into the :.w ; 1iI": "
away gun
of diamond
the consideration the a tray rings display. A i.JZ !!. rlor
the of
present French Government. RIch to and in reply to inquiries aid that where it the r.
gutter, wa picked next
white to the op
man was seen v
approach !AO
and to general deficiency bill. Consideration there was absolutely no truth in the re and = o
poor appear Lave snuggled window from the sidewalk and gaze at day. Baguette Scoffed were identified 'r
with of the bill was temporarily the diamonds. had bundle as having been present at the shooting ZWILLE7S
one another for the privilege of port.The He a under o
and the
tending their pended a authorizing senate adopted the conference report his arm. Immediately be 'dropped the Scoffed was further identified a* A. co.. PMIU., PA.EITS .
tratloo.to the Adminis committee on rules to sit during the recess and the agricultural appropriation paper from around the bundle and displayed the man in the oil cloth coat, who stoodat CURED. '
wa reported and agreed with an which include other features the and and fro fir sad
gone bill *, among i, a large rock which he dashed corner at Hennessey, I .
eo far a* to pas the entire night out in amendment the, committee offered by to Mr consider, Hoar,and inttructing the senate amendment allowing through the large plate glass smashing it Hcotlixli, Politz, Sincan and Katali were ,. ...Eucpr LARGE TRIAL DOW?BOTTtK.Stiff"

the snow before the doors of the Mlntttry ,rrghum sugar maker to use spirit free 1 to plots. Instantly he seized the diamonds recognized a* the men who stole away in I I CixPaiCttc.MdA C.pIua.
report what changes II any, ought to be of tax. The senate receded from its !", thrust tht-m into his and the darkness in the direction of New -hAU CHOI1CAL CO.3360 fu-tA., push
! Of Finance, so a* to be on hand In made in the observance of the senate in amendment appropriating $20,000 for fled. John Rosenthal of pocket the Canal. The finding of gun and shell -- -
good time to subscribe. The eager- regard to paying honor to its deceased ilk, this clause going out of the bill all-\ era, sprang through the, broken window jewel- along the route taken by the fleeing; mur- I I A XMAS HEALTH CIFT
thus numbers. The conference report on the The sum of $150,000: is appropriated deters was and the (Exerciser Complete $6)
nan shown by the people of together. after the robber, but was so badly! cut by proven weapons
| das District of Columbia appropriation bill for the distribution of seed the glass that be bad0 be taken to a identified. They were double-barrelled BorcvAu, Cucouta Fax*.
every: tp i&trnst their sating to was presented lead and agreed to. The Boottt r .
to destitute citizens, and $43,000 for surgeon. No officer were about and shotgun, with sawed-ofl barrel; two A L ib A Idol Co--ttJo..
the Government senate then at 8 took until 8 aapIc&a .
furnishes the strongest p. nu recess additional agricultural experiment stations. the thief with skeleton stick working ,. .
.a.atonthe eccaprd. He got between $3, on hiige, jalUa .eta. .aw t Stmo thCM. Is
the ,
o'clock At
evidence of the public conviction of consideration p. m. of the evening bill I 000 and .11>>,000 worth of jewelry Bov- folding away into small compa.sc Some I JV-k-1 til* cD,=,"s.I- Own .*
deficiency .
lie death of Senator Hearst Saturday enl wiuie-aed the of the experts in firearm testified that r.. ,
lability, twnestr and' strength. was proceeded with. Two Iteqaa -to The people robbery E. DOWn Vacml F*:JC_'
night make* the total death roll of this Thirsts no clue. they never say such nuns before. Cakmn acho..!,..i MOM*St.CJCJTho' r






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:: I real sure-enough rolling mill will be.one tt has gone on'accumulating I in the'treasury .1'FLORIDA'S( the state in support of the sufficiency of NEWS AND NOTES '';

) OVER ALABAMA. I of die first enterprise started <.- \ until nvw there are aver$30,000 thereat 1 BUDGET the Allegations of the bill and he funkier '

1 I -wi.1 1 ", Tfc. BrtJ Kutfct* C...t"';> the disposal of the department. '1'helast argued as to the nature and"extent of the :'

Thirteen\ ,states already heard from will general; asembly tried to stop this accumulation riparian act of 185(1( and the general doctrine CONDENSED FROM TELEGRAPHAND
Various Things That are Hap- send delegates l to the real estate congress by reducing the tat to t'3 i cents Of Newsy Notes and Pointed of the state's ownership in the soil

Ing Around Us. to be held at Birmingham on March 80th. per ton on commercial fertilizers, but the Paragraphs. and beds of navigable waters within her CABLE.. 1.
Estate Exchange. limits. Ills embraced a comprehensive
The Birmingham Real bill failed to become a law through an -- argument

are receiving answers every day from iu error of tho engrossing clerk. There will Throe will be a larger acreage In melons discussion of all\ the propositions Epitome of Incidents that Hap

The call for a national real estate congress for be not less than 100,000 tons sold in Alabama in the vicinity of Anthony this sa argued by the preceding counsel.
,, adjutant general bas issued an order National Considerable interest is felt in the to Day ;
olGoodwater the purpose, of organizing/ a this year, and mire next, making Ion than ever before. The projects "ro'also case, pen from'Day t\
the Coosa Guard
i ? The following it it is to bo tho settlement of matter
d Real Estate Exchange $50,000 annum /.. least half of this ns a
per good a largo peach
because it could not muster very crop
state have already sent assurances that the to which has some time been in dispute.
will accumulate in state treasury .
that th .
twenty five the News tomes from Hong Kong '
men at monthly drills a* Arkansas
will have
they delegates
law. present that by the time it is necessary to put the year.The Baker at Anthony Rhl, Ornnct t. the \\>... American Vigilant at that port from ', :
required by Phosphate ship ,
Florida Illinois low Kan. company
Georgia, and winter '
in in the
exhibit place say The Timt Union give the following tip while ,
has placed in position machinery ; New York lost six of her crow on '
the Tennessee
smaller cities whose
Among tucky Maryland Michigan ,
corporate of idle
of 18112. there will be $73,000 to the fruit men : Upon a careful estimate
for It is their Intention her outward .
limits extended last Texas South Dakota and Wisconsin. crushing phosphate. passage.Bodies
the General
were by ,
money piled up, which can't be used at by the handlers ot tho fruit and the '
assembly are Carrollton and E..er.green. From Illinois alone twenty-five delegateswill all unless for this If Commissioner to prepare it for fertilizing pur- of five men, frozen to death ,
purpose. i transportation men there are now remain.
t the latter out Texas than poses. were found on the extension Of the Great
will send
going three-quarters come. more is
Kolb isn't willing, that not an I ing in the state about 3,50,000 boxes of
of mile in from the other and in Alabama Agnew electric has been Northern in Montana Tuesday. There i
a tvery direction any state, every 'town insurmountable obstacle. lie probably is, light plant put a sixth of the entire
but his time expires anyway next&ptem- for the season of 1800-01. The fruit is
bama are growing as well as the large Alabama Coal foe Mexico. man town is now brilliantly illuminated. A Tho second annual convention of the
bet, and tho governor can appoint a bringing good prices and is moving forward r'l
." ones The Mexico Coal and Steamship company who is." cluster of lights is placed in the hotel rapidly. Very few remainIn state railroad commission' 'accounting '
All arrangements have been perfected composed of New York capitalists., ---- tower and is visible far out at tea. A tho middle peninsular oranges on tho west officers met in Washington,Tu .,.,;Wlth" '

for building a $1,000,000 cotton mill at have about completed arrangements for IT IS FEARFUL. grand ball was given at the Tarpon coast or in the lower counties of South Judge Cooley presiding ..

HunUville. The certificate of iocorpora.t' the shipment of Alabama coal to point Springs hotel in honor of the occasion. Florida. The bulk of the fruit still un- General da Fonseca, who wal 'cho et>' a ;,

Lion has been issued. Work on the rail. in the interior of :Mexico; sending their The Floods that Inundate the The Orange and Vegetable Auction shipped and unpicked is to be found provisional president of Brazil at tl time '

road side track begins immediately and mineral from tho Pensacnla port bf Cor. I I I company of Jacksbnville report the general along the Indian river on the cast coast of tho overthrow of the empire, h 'b

on building a. soon as the ,contract can pus Christ!, Tex., and thence to its destination Gila Valley. orange market quite with no changein and in the counties bordering thereon.An formally elected president of the .

be made. Tho great enterprise is now a over the Mexican National Mil- A dispatch from Yuma Arizona, regarding prices since last bulletin. They are imaginary liDo drawn directly south Sadler, the steamship fireman under,

rr ,: certainty. way which runs to and beyond he Cityof the fearful flood in that region, receiving large quantities daily Bales from Jacksonville to the northern boundary arrest in London on suspicion of being

.', The Pike Manufacturing Company of Mexico. The Louisville and Nashville says: Out of 1110 houses composing the semi-weekly are no longer adequate to of Lee county would nearly bound Jack the Ripper. has been

,.; ,, Boston Mass., am erecting a large fac.I' railroad for the transportation ot' town of Yuma only fifty remain. The dispose of the amount received, and in tho present area on the west-that is, tho police being unable to dlachar
tory for the manufacture of plumbers' the coal from the mines to the seaboard second high water of Gila river on Thursday addition to the regular sales on Tuesdaysand nearly an the fruit would bo found cast dence against him. f'e

City. It will be a large at that point has named acceptable rates was more disastrous than that ,of Fridays special tales will bo held on of it. Now'the great bulk l

establishment, employing hundreds of and given the use! of their coal docks nt Sunday The canals have been washedout other days. of the remaining crop-say 830,. }. Curtis, of the state depatt'llt '
in secured for
hands. The company will have erected Pensacola] to the company. Sntisfiirtory ranches destroyed and railroads are The TirM,-Union says editorially: "Al 000 boxes must be moved cal" lanna the, exposition'< t

it right away 100 cottages for the use of terms have also been made with the Mexican under water. The loss is half a million. most without exception the orange grow. during tho next twenty-five da s. If it of the tomb Chicago of

,1"\ their emploJ08.I" Natlor.al railroad, and it h given The cemeteries are on high l"nd. and ershave received evccllent prices for Is moved cautiously and intelligently it and plaster cat of Culumbo.

." Track laying is now in progress on the out that the first cargo in the new trade many people are camping in them. A their crops this year.. ,When the last box will bring big money to the rowcra. If[ chains.tho statue 't

extention of the Mobile and Girard road will be shipped within two weeks. Tie Mexican family eight miles east i* shall have been paid for, the orange crop it is rushed forward haphazard somebodywill

I, .It is thought that the work will be completed company will own its vessels employed in drowned. One body that of a man, this season will have brought between have to lose money on it. Daring A cblgral of Saturday from, Dlblm' i ,t
the commerce. Tney have already closed floated the town. Ihe river here is Ireland : court at i
by 1. Tho construction train past three and four million dollars into the the past three days or so there has beena says
a contract for tho delivery of tons fourteen miles wide. people are formally declared forfeited the
now the the Midland State. Nobody is kicking now about decided rush to get tho oranges out of 61
If possas crossing on of coal to the Mexican and to chip believed to bo drowned in the country given by the National League '
near the Troy and materials can expect that freight advance of ten cents (. box the state. The high winds of Thursday, c
compress, 100,000 tons before the closo of the but have been received. It of Dillon and O'Brienwhich they jumped '
no particular
t. be carried out as fast as needed. A large year. to eastern points. Everything is serene. which prevailed in nearly all parts of tho
Alabama :.. is feared that hundred of lives lost to to America.
( were
'888,880. go
state blew the fruit off in large quantities
force is at work The Tampa Journal A well. ,
1. Under what is known as tho direct tax up the Gila valley which is 200 miles in lays and this has been boxed and shipped Four motions were made in the'United.
known citizen of who was at ,
r; Last December W. L. Bruce, republican bill the house of It is known that thousands of Tampa,
passed by representatives length. Arcadia several days three in double quick order. Tho western States supreme court at Washington*
.> can, a prominent merchant of Cathrine at Washington a few Jays ago, nnd cattle horses and mules are drowned.The weddings at that ago in one reports day. One markets oiler tho best field for the ship Monday, to advance cases, intended ,\
; was run out of the place on account of the Alabama wires all down east. Five miles place
previously by senate are of tho brides was married to her ninth per as will be teen by the following, a test the validity constitutionality
. 9' political trouble. Bruce'a store wall' will get 22520. The taxes which it is of railroad west and sixteen east of the of a private letter from the Porter the customs and administrative and ;
husband and four of her former husbandswere portion
}'; burned and his person assaulted. The"I proposed to be refunded were levied at town have been washed away. Every at the lie said Brothers' company of Chicago one of McKinley tariff law.. They were ,pot

':; negro postmaster was made to leave at the outbreak of the war for money with house on tho hills has been thrown open the charivari present which followed ceremony was enoughto tho leading fruit commission houses of posed for one week.

, the same time. Gov. Jones offered re. which to prosecute the war. They were to receive the homeless hundreds quartered the West wIth' branches in Sacramento The mill of the '
wake the four dead ones, but as they largest pulp RomlDgto'l'aper
wards and summoned special grand
population and in and old build addressed
apportioned according to tents government
and Omaha
Cal. Minneapolis about two ,
failed to it is supposed that Company,
jury which a few days ago indicted the levy on Alabama was $520,313, of ings. The merchant have opened their appear to well-known transportation man Y. tIe totally
N. ,
a was
hereafter they will hold their Watcrtown almo'
::4., forty people, a number being prominent which she All the the streets in order to help the peace. '
paid only 22520. goods on in this city "If there are still any destroyed by high water Saturday night,
..rf citizens. northern states, of course, paid their sufferers. Tha water is still high for 200 I The sale of a valuable phosphate prop to forward out of $50
oranges come causing damages ,
y The last legislaturedivided out the 2 assessment, while the southern states paid miles east of Yuma, and is all of this erty has been virtually consummated by Florida and wo understand that 000 to repair, and requiring abot Murphy,.' ;
and 8, cent fund number amounts the taxes must fear that the I some Sanford parties to an English syndicate .
't.j per among a varying unpaid beingon pats there many there is a large percentage vet employe, aged sixty-eight. _
1'a. of the railroads of the state. Some $9- the books at Washington as a .drat is yet to come, specially if there the price running away lies up into to be moved-we would recommend that of Maryland hae t
000 will to road from those states used should be, rainfall. The common i the thousands. The property to the Governor Jackson
'fl :: go surveying a charge against as a any those holding tho fruit begin shipping
decided not to successor to the
Florence to Mobile. The Montgomery set oil against claims of the state against loss ha brought all classes of citizens southwest of Sanford, and is said to be west at They have had appoint a
v once. late United States Senator Wllaon 'and
'.' Tuskaloosa and Memphis has drawn its the government. While Alabama paid together, and all have worked with a one of the finest fields of rock phosphatein still storm in California. ,:
having) heavy
the will remain vacant until the legislature
.1 $10,000, and the Julien and Rutledge its only $22,520 of her total assessment, will, first in trying! to save tho town by the state. Particulars are not given There are some serious washouts on the seat
In next pod
.0. .. $1,500. Tho latter road connects the Arkansas pud $154,701; Georgia $117.082 ,- constructing a rudo levee, and which effort but it is understood that a strong financial railroads, and tho probabilities are thatit Jeets January Governor ele 1,
Alabama II)dland'. Pensacola branch Worth Carolina futile in as much a* company will bo organized for the a new wU
I ; Mississippi $113,824; proving saving will bo ten days; or more before anothercar then be candidate himself. l' "
i : with Rutledge, the county seat of Cren- $377,452; South Carolina $222- possible from the ruins."TERRIBLE purpose of mining and manufacturing on can start out ot California. My own a :

! thaw.' 806, and these are the amounts which LOSS Of LIFE. the spot. opinion is that the Florida shippers will Seattle, Washington; Typographical*

I A well of tho Goyer Oil Co., located those states will recover under this bill. A boat which has just arrived from The Sterling Phosphate Mining company get better prices for their fruit, if they TJniou has decided to abolish piece, work 11&

\ in Lawrence county has been shot with The bill refunds to the several states all Mohawk, sixty miles up the Gila river which has its ofllco in landlord is will push it forward with all possible on al dally papers and with etbl1h an eighty, scale/ .

nitro-glyccrine. The flow was increased they have paid and relieves those that of terrible JOBS of life all shipping about 2,000 tons of phosphateper speed to this market rather than wait workln\day, t
brings reports
bey'gin '
, from twenty-five to forty barrels per day. have not paid of all further liability.The tho country being under water. The month to Liverpool. Messrs. rick- until later in the season for higher prices." of $4 per '. llercaftor work'i k ./

ni The oil is a dark green color of illuminating amount carried by the bill is a little sufferers are the Mexicans ford & Co., the agents at London, have This letter was written on the night of ou morning papers at "Ic ;

; fluid, 120 degrees test, 88 per cent more than $15,000,000.: greatest whoso entire possessions have poor been swept contracted for 9,000 tout to be delivered February 20, aud it is altogether probable -i p. m. The the action of the union b ,

: and 12 per cent lubricating oil. The Opellka's lee Factory. and who have no reserves to fall by July. Bandford is making commendable that there Is A scarcity of oranges in adopted by proprletof. J
geologist of the company says the indications The differences between tho Alanta back i et a vast stretch cJorU to rival Jacksonville and the Chicago market right now. The Muter workman John McC/rthy.of; r-

I i2.. are that :Moulton valley will be as Ga., Machine Works and the Opolika Ice of territory upon. to be hear from and everyone Ocala as a financial center for phosphate eastern markets are well supplied. This the National Trade Assembly No:.240;

emu,, productive as the Pennsylvania fields Company have adjusted and the manufacture fears that when full returns are in deals and operations generally ; being the "hole" in the West opens up at just the Knight of Lbor. which embraces all ors ]

,j;' ; and the product,quite as good in quality of ice will begin the first of the the loss of life will prove of appalling headquarters the great corporate landed tight: time.BARRUNDIA'S. .__.._ ganlzatlons workers'Jn' \h' <4'
., as the oils of that region. season. The ice factory was established magnitude. In this city the ruin has interests it is bound to attract capitalists.A country was arrested by tho Lynn;; II.

'' The improvement in the iron outlook in in Opelika last year and the machinery been most complete not a single business correspondent from Chipley says;: WIDOW police Saturday morning for anf >alleged* '
purchased from the Atlanta Machine There is considerable excitement in this attempt, with other ,to, iDI"
the Birmingham. district continues and house remains standing and 1,400 peron.
now but very few of the furnaces idle. Works which guaranteed the Opelika people are homeless. It is feared that County on account of the presence of Sues the United States forja Million the business of anothlr. /

Such as are not at work are being put in Ice Company six tons of ice daily. On hundreds lives have been lost in the about forty United States officers and Dollars. A London dispatch layer Monday t>. "

readiness 10 go into blast as soon as possible account of some defect in the machineryno Gila valley. The telegraph wires are revenue men, who are scouring the country Tran.ito Hurtate widow of J. Martin ing the one hundredretn anniversary of%

t and soon all furnaces will be once ice could be manufactured and the down in the valley and, as all in search of moonshiners. Within Darrundla, in her own name and as tho John Wesley tho great theologian '\,

more running at their full capacity. The factory was closed without accomplishing are gone and the roads are not passable, the past week the officers have capturedand representative of her six minor daughters founder of Methodism the statue' erC.', .

tendency of prices is upward. Instead of anything. Negotiations have been no reliable reports can be had from there. broken up twenty-five stills and and Ramon Dongolchca, as tho in his honor wu unveiled in the ) .
pending for an adjustment for some taken sixteen prisoners five of whom of a large concourse of people in front of
there being almost no demand for pig as The river about the town is seven miles representative of his wife Teresa Bar-
was the case at the beginning of the year, time. A meeting of the stockholders wide and below the in places, the were released on account of sickness. rundia de Bengolchea, have filed with the City Road chapel, headquarter :of
of the ice factory was called and town1 in These officers all seem to be gentlemanly tho Wtsleyans.ExGovernor.
there I* now a lively business going on. water covers the one grand the secretary of state, at Washington, ft
J... J. Pickard for the' in proposition of settlement satisfactory to lake over fifty miles across. fellows, and are acting in such a way,as claim against the United States for Oglesby' residence, at
charge of the registry and past money year order all made and accepted. By the term of to command the respect of all good pea $1,000,0UOforhaving surrendered General Oglehunt, I1L, was burned Monday.Los .
the settlement the machine works take plo Darrundla to the Guutomulu authorities Oglcsby was slightly
department of the postoffice at IluntsTille THE SOUTH'S PROGRESS. ,2o.000.1In. ;
was arrested at the instance of an charge of the factory and operate it dur The question of withdrawing the sal at whose hands he lost hi life. The gold] 1mount,

inspector from Washington and taken ing the season, they being entitled to the Manufactures' Record Gives of unlimited tickets discussed at the claim the petitioner say, Is based on the word valued at 42.GO. .

before United States Commissioner Bone. receipts, and paying thq stockholders 8 The meeting of the Hallway and Steamship explicit and precise dec'aratlons of the comrae ,CO"Dt[Mi**;,' Pi :

He was placed under a bond of $1,000 per cent on the amount paid in. If op Splendid. Showing.The association at Tampa was referred to a !president of the United Status, in his were he .", vaiu4 : '

'; which was given. Pickard is thought to erated'lucceBlllfully. at the end of the Manufacturtri' Record, of Baltimore committee. Very few of these ticketsare lost annual message to congress, that able manuscript man.; ) :

be behind several hundred dollars His season the the stockholders pay the bal reports for the pact: week new in* ever sold. Once in a while one is Minister! Mizncr in issuing the order for wa DO insurance.were'cDwne.. -

books are undergoing investigation by an ance due on the machinery. There i* duchies as follows; Development land $eld and may turn up ;years after when the surrender of Barrundia, exceededthe A fire Monda

expert. The arrest created a lenllltlOn.A 110,000 invested in this enterprise, andit and town companies organized at Alabama till railroad has changed bands. Bucb bounds of his authority and acted night, destroyed a Dedlolne.part Iowa ;:

will pay handsomely a* Opelika enjoys City Andalusia, Eufaula; Eureka, Mont. ckets are a bano in thepas.engeragent's in violation of precedent established in Mar uard brick block. 'te De ,;

few day ago the machinery for boring and excellent facilititie a* a distributing gomery !end Phoenix City Ala. ; Augusta fe, make it difficult to adjust accounts similar cases, for which reason tho United lost his entire stock of Darb, '

an oil well arrived at Ilartselle, point. Oa. ; Port Royal, S. C. Brunswick Ga. ritbout red-tape and are generally syno Btatos government disavowed his act and Hillyer & Martin lost stock an,

the citizens painted the town a bright Shall W. Have. a Dliplavf Locomotive works *t Alabama City Ala. yms of annoyance. The northern rail- recalled him from his I p <(t. jewelry and sewing thei. The o ,'

crimson in honor thereof. Speeches were The Birmingham Ag,-Uerald asks "Is Cotton mills at Anniston, Ala., Jacksonville rays have gotten rid of them and loss Is estimated at $150,000. Tbe tot'

a made by quite a number worth of of prominent has Alabama to be represented at the World's \ Fla., Cedartown Ga., Edgetleld.Kt'rshaw Uose in the boutU will do doubt do like. A MOTHER'S CRIME. age to the Marquard ,block by fire .
men. (5,000 property Fair If to, how i* the money to be and Valley Falls, 8. C. Iron rise. water amount* $10,000.'
changed hands in the last two or three raised Various scheme are being pro- Industries at Birmingham, Ala., Athens "...p...'* K.,ally. In a Fit of Insanity She Kills Her t
da .. There is about there A Lincoln dispatch of Saturday
no question posed. Many men have many different Bolton Canton, and Cartersville Ga. The cue of the State of Florida vs. Two Children. sajar
Another ha struck the
oil in that sensation
being large quantities of sec- lotion about it. Very people waterworks or street improvement 'he mack River capio
many Sewerage Phosphate was
company double killing took "
horrible place
and the A and this time dirt will )
of the
tiong county people are have notion at all about it New Decatur and pay b
indeed, no at Opelika rgued in the supreme court at 1'aUabas-
determined it and in in Pirkcn county, near Peters creek truck. Fraud aggrcgttiog $
avery ,
very short on tram finding the laying that the legislature having failed Oxanna, Ala., Fort Valley Ga, and ee a few days ago by Attorney General B. 0., on Thursday atternoon last. A have been i in 0.01 l3
time persistentmoves to; make an appropriation! Alabama i* Blacksburg S. C. Sawmill at Thomas- V. D. Lamar and Col. A. W. Cockrell the place of Joseph dlo"ere conuloJ.wlU
neighbor Musing the
they are making. left. But think a can be Ala. Apopka behalf of the of Florida and rel911unlll ;
enough display villa ; Apalachicola, n state by Duwson, was horrified to see Sirs. Dawson the of Kansas ovumd'
The survey of the Montgomery Ilayne- made anyhow, to insure at least an effortin Palatka and Wellborn, Fla. ; Savannah, Ion. O. M. COODT and Col.! II BUtwe. rush out of the house with an ax and wulen'par'
villa and Camden railroad ha been completed that direction. Mobile's idea is that Ga., and Bowman, Ga&ney City and ., on tsenalt 01 too pnospaie company members 0 f the legislature rasa involved,' '

and the chief engineer has made all the cities and people of the state Pickens, 8. C. Also lumber consuming he suit was instituted in the court be- strike crushing one its of skull her children making a several fatal wound.tines, and the legislature wU make a thorough

his report. De gives the estimate for should unite and do by private subscription factories at numerous point* A cotton I iw to compel the Dlack Hirer Phosphate rushed in and stopped her investigation, '
The neighbor
this seventy-three mile passing through and effort what the state failed to do. compress is being erected at Mobile; tmpany to pay the state of Florida a murderous work by taking the ax from A Pittburgb. Pa., dIspatch saysj It

aU the towns and village on the route, They have had meetings and committeesand electric light plant at Augusta, Ga., and portion of the value of the phosphate her and pushing her in a vacant room Tutwday'that the remain o ft!1
for grading, at $2,184 per mile, or $159- resolutions looking to such a Chester S. C.; electric power plant at ihich it had mined and extracted locked her in and the alarm. When Emma Abbott, the famous, alnger,
(38; bridging and treatling $81,853 movement, and are now waiting to Savannah. Phosphate companies were ie bed of Black creek,which the bill filed gave beD cremate in this city two week ago. y
assistance arrived investigation revealed -
making a total of $240,791, or $3,300 hear from public opinion in the matter. organized or commenced work at Bartow, I ip behalf of the state alleged to be a nav- another child infant lying placed in a small Jar and
per mile, ready for track laying. The Tbe citizen of Birmingham are takingthe Ocala, Palatka tad Tampa, Fla. In addition fable river. A demurrer was interposed dead the bod. Blue finger marks on I shipped to'New York.. They a now Is'
cost of track laying crosstie and iron, came view with Mobile, They believe to numerous other Industrie not ill the court below to the bill, and Judge its neck on Indicated that It had been I the vault of tbe Safe deposit Compa&f'

using fifty-pound rail, $4.670 per mile, every city can be induced to coo- reported above, the list embrace new founge sustained the demurrer. The choked to death. The mother h now a in that city, where they will remain nab
making $341,848 or $7,976 per mile tribute so much and every county so building in Georgia Alabama, South case was then carried to the supreme manioc. the erection of a monument \the d*? s ;

ready for t'IU"I. Sidetrack and contin- much, and in this way a fund of $50,000cm Carolina and Florida, valued at nearly court on an appeal by the state. The raving ceased singer. _

gences would increase it to $$,I CO per be raise, which would make a creditable $600,000; beside fourteen other large principal law points discussed were beds how FORTY INDICTMENTS Export of specie from the port of New
display of all the resource of all structures. far the state of Florida owns York last week amounted to $1,491,260,
mile.The other think that the ind soils of navigable streams and waters of which in and
of Alabama met in the counties. Still $037,000 wa gold $334,*
Welsh citizens Rioters at Cath-
and Found
within her borders, and the nature Against
counties which killed the 260 in silver. Of th. totalerpwrta4803 .
agricultural ,
Birmingham a few night ago to ctlt- : THE BILL PASSED extent of the riparian act of 1898. The rlne Alabama.
brate St. David' day, which U the great bill in the legislature didn't care about 00 In gold and $317,440 in' ,silver went
, of the of Wnles. This any display and it would be a waste of ittorney-general opened the argument in Last December, L. Bruce, republican Europ. and $333,600 of gold and $4$,-
anniversary people
do what And There is Great Rejoicing support of the proposition that the state of Ohio of went to South Iin
occasion of honor to their patron saint time to call on them to privately the soil formerly a nephew Judge cmo1
was taken advantage of to form a permanent they would not do out of the treasury. Among ,Mlsslsslpplans. of Florida own a* a sovereign and Bruce, of the United State court, wa port of specie during the Wet
scheme fa for the and beds of all navigable streams out of Cathrine Wilcox. to $148.809, of gold and
the correct run county,
of the Welshmen ay $11,10 f
:Mi .
organization A Greenville, ** dispatch says: waters within her border to blgb-water
and of the mineral Alabama where be wa a prominent $8,203 silver
people ,
of corporation 1
Alabama and the descendant The of the of the tidal
r new passage emergency mark whether such water are or
to unite and put in Chicago a merchant, on account of political trouble.At A contract wa executed Monday between
was region
organization United
mea. A permanent I levee bill in the BUtt senate lot, that the tidal tent had been repu-
effected under the name of "The Cambrian neat,' tubttantiat complete display of Monde was received here with a feeling iUted in this country as fixing the sUU's the same time Bruce' tore wa several .ollt lit. propertyowners
wealth. The other believe burned and he assaulted A
wa *
mineral negro and Lewis |
of Alabama. Officers our of much relief in view of the rtt3tiur&
Society impending and that the rule was now established
were elected and a constitution and by. that the more the circle of effortis high water, and will have a stimulating ,that the state own the beds postmaster wa also Intimidated and and Wal and )Dgld. by which But
the weaker and lea made to Governor Jonen offered
widened leave.
law adopted, and all can become members i influence en the local levee board in the and soil of all waters within her borden Joi1' 1.0,0 tin
descendants liable succeed it will be. These say large reward for the arrest of the guilty to occupy and furnish
who Welshmen or
entire whether
Mississippi valley acre
are which la fact
when the tine come: Birmingham exhauster are navigable partita, and several who were arrested floor of
moral proper t over 200,009
of Welshmen, and are of good whose treasuries have beei in tides ebb and flow in them or not. lp 1a
must raise some 410 000 and make a were releaaed on preliminary! hearing feet.
character and the done the flood _
reputation.The minerals repairing ravages by Colonel Bisbee began the argument on Lwla Drot. .
and The then had
her man. a special grand
show of resource, governor
Sheffield of last Its effect will be felt by the that the family "ho b
sale of about $170,000 of factures, labeled Birmingham, Ala.," year. his aide. lie argued at length Jury ernpanneled, to investigate the case, a.\anc 8
stock by the Land company several day and c'mple. We rest here on a very planter and the laborers, and will encourage bill of complaint was too vagu and Iniefioite an4oa Friday they reported forty Indictments
to Col. E. W. Cole aud the giving pure and give confidence to the latter class la it* obligation to entitle the : r
ago simple foundation, and it will be a aim- many of which were against A Queer Block cf I.
hint of to purchase the entire that sill be of incalculable benefit to state to relief. ]!. further argued the .
,'to an option thing to show up what we have ie away prominent citizens. The state will ask Alexander Leered
pie setting
within four them in keeping their homes and prepar- effect of the riparian act of 1850. Hon. "h k
of the
property company to attract the world's attention Bat 'for a change of venue, so .It U said The recently
month, are to o* unmistakable indications the knowing one say, if Alabama must Inc for another cron. 1 M. Cooper closed the argument on his Cathrine aJLtir has ban unimttlly tow; wild ciYt. fb cot .
revival in the and side and discussed\ at Wngth the effect ofthe t
of a great growth
the state can still tJtwM'\.
need be represented, _'_ into the ice, the spidapteppadout
of Sheffield the ; act of 1830, a* conveying
progress during present foot the bill. The law creating the agricultural WILL RESUME. r0tf BAD TO wouLllsbeoneyBrI
and hopped abovt. The ice wa* ton
year. It I* understood that Colonel Cole make it the duty of absolute title to the riparian owner to
ha been perfecting his plan for these department make a display thestates's edge of the chaD eL He alto made an **v, De Quills, what BYe inches thick and WM frozen about r

purchase for some month, and it is also the commissioner at to state inter-state and Two Thousand Employes are extended argument to show that the common was the name of the place where so manypoor two weeks a8]5vraeGe. J

believed that he would not have purchased inter-national resource exposition, To carry out Made Happy.At law prevailed this state and that writer lived in the last century? isbonld

so large amount of lock unless of the law the *. Cincinnati Saturday :Probate Judge the riparian owner owned the soil and De Qulile-Grub street.Baboony .
this provision If Toqwant to the people
he felt sure of the purchase of the entire alone need {only two thing -the moneyand Testis ordered the Dueber Watch c.u beds of stream and water fa this state -And do they live there *4Ttrtle n' / f

Sheffield property It i* further understood of the Company assignment raised! and tar whether navigable or not, In which the still
Scotch approval tide ebb and flow CoL A. W.Coekrcll De Quille-No; moved to No- should subscribe for
that a eradicate of that Is BO trouble about the monster "CI'u..U1 resume at once with d* Dot they've T01 th paper

lata are behind; the scheme, and a money. There i* plenty and to pare. its two thousand employee. doled the argument Q.behalf of Grub attic-{Mttnej's Weekly. a we what f going on i wTts

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...... THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE 4alr IT is BOW given out by those I in bear in mind that corporations are i south? Council has been more : WILKINSON COTTAGES

authority that the Indian River possessed of rights which even I than fair in its treatment of this THE

> K"1' jociMAt DEVOTED: tm Tint DBVEICrUITT /- Steamboat Company will build legislatures cannot trample upon question. They have stood ready ,

Or THa IJTOIAW UTTER,A5D three new steamers for their service In the consideration off a -u@ur,, at all times to gnmtlo the railroad

LAKE WORTH'ECTJO s. next winter. This concern law it should be remembered that half of this thoroughfare; of such ROCK LEDGE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA,

must be banking heavy.on big pro the hazard of a loan in Florida magnificent proportions that there

WMhington fits from the upon real estate security is much is ample for the reasonable requirements ,
Titwaville rand
'-Office: Avenue, ,, vegetable pine I These Cottages we :Newly: Built, Nicely Furnished, and Mithln' ten minutes' walk'
Indian River, Florida. apple crop. The tourist and orange greater than in the majority of ithestates. of both the corporation and

season is drawing a close, The tedious and expensive the public. They are ready to of Telegraph and Tostoffice and leading hotels.

rPUBLiShIED and from the tales some-of its employees process involved in the foreclosureof grant; with unanimity sixty feet of

EVERY FRIDAY. are wont to tell, :it is not a mortgage, and the fact that the street to the river shore, andto Have the steamer Jaad.you at Glngras wharf-only three minutes' walk from the

noted, for its abundance *of ready an abandoned pineapple field or allow the Railway Company to

cash Just now. It takes:money to young orange grove after a few use the riparian rights freely but Cottages.

altered at the Clan Tltnuvllle AraU Pak.Mre ss Bcacnd build steamboats years neglect depreciates almost to in common with the public, and

the value of wild land, makes it would even go so far as to pledge Rates : Per Day $2.50 ; per Week, $12.50 ; per Month, $45.

Is it 'wise to 'hundred necessary for the money lender to police protection, if necessary, to
TERMS, Invariably Advance, grant a get ten or twelve per cent for his guarantee their unmolested, but
feet of river front to 5dec-3mo H. H. WILKINSON.
a corporationwhich Plop.JAMES .
'JtJ'Check Order, or One and Two Cent money in order to be as well oft'as not exclusive, enjoyment of the
root already owns over two 'hun
Stamps.OIIe if it were invested elsewhere at six _tl'r nrtviWea flDourtenant to -

Tear..., .................................>.60 dred feet between the railroad and or eight per cent. the- street. What other communitywould PBITCHAKD, President; W. B. BARNETT Vice President
eta Month,..................................1.00 city dock? Which has undisputed The of law will be servile to W. M. BROWN, Cashier. ;
Tbree Months,................................ .5081agle ownership of more than half of all passage a usury so as yield
Copy................................... lie the river frontage of the business stop the loaning of money In Florida more?
Bent to any Address In U. 8. or Canada, Prepaid portion' of town? Shall we add ; and the farmer who Wants to The future of Titusville dependsupon INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
borrow few hundred dollars her
I a to importance as a commer.ciaJ
another hundred feet to the two
Editor,.... .."............ WAtTtn 8. GRAHAM. hundred feet sink an artesian well or build a point. She is essentially a
so generously donated (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
AMociate-EUitor A Manager,....C. II.WALTON. for terminal house, will have to forego the port. There are only two streets .
years ago purposes, luxury, as a result of the well that lead to the river, in the bus Authorized capital, '$100,000
and which remains
an eyesore to meant but unwise legislation of his iness portion of town. Can we ,Paid up capital, $25,000
this day? Or shall themto I
W. Wt not bold onnelve responsible for theimlnloM we urge brethren at Tallahassee. There afford to give away the greater of) ..---C Average
of our cnrreiimnilentii, but we claim first use what they already deposits, $100,000
will be lawyers and financiers these two in order to a t
the right to reject any communication. appease
or give a portion of it in
possess whose ability and integrity is unquestioned 'monopoly which will ignore us entirely .
Communication fiirnutillcstlnn mil lit he written exchange for 'what seek to ---
plainly on one nine of the paper only,and they in.both the senate and when circumstances warrant : Transacts a General Banking
honld. in every cane I he accompanied ly the appropriate? '
wrlter'i name and ldremi, not nereniiarlly for the house, and we sincerely.trust its extension down the river? K A t

publication, but H a guarantee of good faith. the Alliance men will not ignore Some of our heaviest property r1 Business.
AN effort has been made of the
'rJBYERTI4INa- their counsel and advice when important owners think best to sacrifice all
e "tempest-in-the-teapot" order to Largest and Oldest Bank
on the River
HATES matters are being dis claim to Brond street in order to
create the impression that the
cussed. The farmer who becomesa propitiate the railroad manage.
I'EB YEAR. great mass of our citizens DIRECTORS
are opposed t
lawmaker by single step has be in their
a ment. They. may right
One Inch,.......................10.00 to the now .famous street much to learn. views but to of Ju.the J'RITCHARD National Hank,W.II.of BAR CUTT(1' eldent
... ...... .... ordinance. ... weare compelled Jaclwonvtlle), J. H.
Two Inch,.. .. .. JS.OO The grocer, the but. IHRKEB (Vice-Preeldent National Bank nf
Three Inch.............. .... 20.00. cher, the lumber dealer or the .. differ with them.If "- 1 Jacksonville), W. 8. GRAHAM and \v, M..
. .. ........ it the desire of the a UKOW
Four 100.,. .. a. :z. .oo who receives THE GREAT NAPOLEONOnce was peopleto -
printer, or hopes to ORRESPONDRNTa.
Five Inch,or Quarter Cot.,...... 30.00 withdraw all opposition to the fleaboard'NationalJlank
Half Column,...........unu.a KM receive, patronage from the monopoly of Broad the ? n y National Bank of Jacksonville.of New York 20 and'
Wbole Column,.................100.00 feels it incumbent himselfto said in speaking of death : possession street by .rITUSVILLE FLA.
Railway Company, there were men ,
Tot Ills Month, divide the J early rate by two evidence his sympathy in these "Why should we shun that whichis around town to whom they might
ndaddlOpercecU< troublesome times, and the concertof inevitable?" This philosophicalremark

For Three Mouths, divide the early rate by voices which is raised in oppo. of the great French warrioris have handed the reins of govern INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY,
four,and add 20 per cent. sition to Council is ment, with a certainty that the
SQ; energeticone equally applicable to the many .
monopoly would have been
local Advertisement, Ten Cent I'er Line would suppose there were a unavoidable unpleasant situationsinto permitted
JaclllnlMlrtlon. to exercise their
great number in the chorus ; it is which we are forced wtf we appropriative eA
raid Reading Matter, not In "Local New'" policy to their hearts content.
quite deceptive to volume. life
as well
Journey as to
Columns,Five Cent Per Une Each In ertlon. as The aldermen selected at the last
the great final struggle.By .
Advertisement election not of that
legal at Legal Rates.All were men
EVEN a Republican senate con the preservation of silence or The of Messrs.

:.the above rates are for one edition perweek. signed the Force bill to the waste by a smile or a soft answer, we 'are Ray stamp.and Fischer integrity will favorably -

basket when it found the country frequently able to turn away wrath compare
with that of
J3T DUll collected monthly. any other two
to the and avoid a stormy scene. It is
opposed measure. We are
Check etc., way be made payable to "Graham of the opinion that if after sometimes the perfection of wisdom men in our community. Their Steamers leave TITCSVILI.E daily except Sunday 0:-00 a. m., arriving at Melbourne-
an 12 00
position on the street : noon. Returning, leave Melbourne 1:00
&;Walton. question was p. m., arriving Titusvillo 7.-00 p. m..
accurate canvass it should be satisfactorily to exercise discretion by neg. clearly understood before' their Leave Titusville at 830 p. m., dally except Sunday, arriving Jupiter O.-OO a. m.,,
ff: Merchants and all other to whom we are letting to our views when next morning. Returning, leave
demonstrated that the express election. Jupiter 12.OO noon. Arrives at Titusville 10:30-:
Indebted will oblige u* b'l presenting their bill The settlement of the a. m., next
morning, with
of they are calculated to excite friction connecting all points'north and east.
owners over fifty per cent of the
the lit of every month for prompt settlement. ownership of Broad street and the
in or create discord. But W. D. WATSON
property Titusville-according on extension of the citizen's dock Superintendent.
to the assessment roll-are in these occasions the difficulty is an

Address all communications to favor of the repeal of the street avoidable one. When honor or the were people made an had open felt issue disposed; and to if EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. .

ordinance that Council should duty are involved it is otherwise.
EAST: COAST ADVOCATE ; reconsider submit to dictation from the railroad .
its action, But the mat When an inevitable situation confronts
TITUSYILLK, FLORIDA. authorities, the presence of
r.O. Box rd9. ter is too important to be acted us, when self-respect, conscience Captain Watson would have adorn.

upon hastily; for those who are and duty prompt us to act ed the Council chamber, and Capt.

r.A. M.Indian willing to grant the Railway Company in a certain manner and oppose Fischer would have remained-

all It asks, may regret their those whom we would prefer to private citizen instead of tl a te r} N '

River Lodge, No. 00, Freo and I rash liberality before the present please-If we could do so honestlyif ing the unenviable position occupy.he ." J
Accepted Masons, hold their meetingson I month expires. we shirk our duty we are : does 'o,
the FRIDAY on or before Full Moon, cowards ; and when by chance' to-day..
at 730 m., In Masonlo Hall In ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
roTor State: Bank building, Titus- WE are informed that Dr. E. S. men are entrusted with public GOING SOUTH-The Sweeney leaves TITUSVILLK about 150

Villa. Wiley is opposed to the enforcement matters and fall to execute their Cocoa. GOING :NORTH-Leaves Titusville about 11 a. m. p. m. .

Visiting brethren aro cordially Invitedto of the street ordinance. Mrs. trust fearlessly, without regard to The steamer J. W. Sweeney will leave NEW SMVHNA

attend. M. E. Titus is reported as holding the harsh, and perhaps unjust, Mr. W. Hlndlo spent Sunday with Friday at 7 a. m., stop at all intermediate points, and every arrive Monday at ROCKLEDGK Wednellday'and
WALTER S. OnAiiAu W. M. criticism 15 p. m.Returning.
similar views. If our informationis they may incur, they are friends in City Point.
JOSEPH MEXDELL, Secrety. correct, and these two unworthy 'the name of men, and leave ROCKLEDOE every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 a. m..
property Mr. C. A. Willard and family, of City and arrive at New Smyrna at 5 p.:
should have lived in when
owners, whose interests in the vicinity an age m.CONNECTIONS
In ascertalnlng'tho sentiment of of Broad street are greater slavery or serfdom flourished,' in spent Friday in cocoa. With A. & W. R. R. at New Smyrna, for all points north via Clydes St. Johns
than those of other order that they might have foundthelr.proper Rev. Mr. Rast held service In the Methodist River Line, and Clydes' Steamship Line. ,
the taxpayersin
property owners on street any
question church last Sunday morning and The merchants and shippers of Indian River, who wish to
sphere. patronize this Una.
town afford sacrifice
the the can
tignature of resident will please advise their
consignors to mark their Via-
goods Clyde Line, of
owner of a $25.00 lot has more their rights to use. that thorough. When we are confronted withan A. & W. Ry. and E. C. T. Co. or Via Clyde Line care of E. C. T. Co., Blue Springs v

weight than the views pf the nonresident fare, we think the rest of our cItI. unpleasant and yet inevitable Mrs. Thomas Brush and daughter, of R. P. PADDISOX, G. F. PADDISOX,

who pays taxes on 10,000 tens should be able to swallow the situation, nothing can be gained Brooklin, N. Y., are visiting friend lat General Manager. Qenl. Frt. A Pass Agt.

worth of property. It Is a fact dose the Railway Company has from postponement. It has teen) City Point

that non.resident property owners prepared. But some of our best our observation that it Is half the Mrs. W. A. Brush and Mrs. E. N.Walt If You Wish to Keep Well Posted the

pay more than fifty per cent of the people, who are so generously inclined battle to look the matter squarely ters who are wintering at City Point, on

entire town taxes. I at present+ may' be like the in the face and meet the |sue were in Cocoa shopping last Wednesday Various Topics of Interest on the

fickle female who employed a law. deliberately and firmly. Mr. J. M. Sanders and .
family are stayIng
Ir Mayor Wilson should be yer to secure a divorce for her, Our Town Council has become at their place at City Point until he East Coast, Subscribe for

forced to resign, who would not and after: he succeeded, regrettedher involved in an extremely unpleasant has finished shipping his immense crop this .

regret his retirement? It took a rash step, and held her legal matter ; they being compelled, of oranges. Paper.

great effort to induce him to accept adviser responsible by shooting though with great reluctance, to Miss Ollie Lapham has been
the office him to death. Ifvpouncil take a position which some of, our visiting
and he should yieldsto
hold her sister Miss Kate Eyer who is Event That Occured on Friday., JUDOE: To female defendant in divorce
citizens believe is full of to stopping
,it, with honor for the of the moment who danger
to pressure
many years with her brother at their case, (severely):
"Young woman,
the best interests and the grove
come. lIe is the right man in the knows but the most urgent partisans prosperity
right 'place. Fearless and firm, of the ,monopoly may not be of the town. It is their 1 un. back of Cocoa. Moscow burned on Friday. you Wagner's are charged with attempting to play

yet conservative and just Experienced the first to denounce their weak. pleasant duty fo preserve to the Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Taylor with' Shakespeare born on Friday. compositions so vigorouslyand

in his duties, respectedby ness in.the near future. people the right to use a highwaythat their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Belli, of Bastile destroyed on Friday. life ,frequently of that you made the home
the leads to the great highway of Berlin, Wls., left Saturday for a cruise your husband an unendurable
community the and an ornament the county; a right which I eyenJo'ed down the river on the sharpie "Maci-I.naco" Washington born on Friday. torture." FEMALE DE-FENDAXT: "Te,
to town ..
government. THE ALLIANCE PARTY America discovered on Friday. it was In self-defense, Your Honor,
unmolested lor more than
he persisted In
reading the baseball reports
Tux a dozen years.. A corporation Bishop\ E. G. Weed conducted service Lincoln assassinated on Friday and explaining the game to me
: purchase of the Hotel In- Has a good working majority in would infringe this without mercy in spite of
dian upon privilege In St. Mark's Episcopal church Tuesday Queen Victoria married on Friday. my earnest
, River at Rockledge, by Dwyer the State legislature which will and appropriate to itself, nut a protests." JUDGE: "The case U dismissed
lie delivered
Bros., of New York is full of pos. convene in a few weeks. The lawyers part of the widest thoroughfare in morning. a most impressive King Charles I. beheaded on Friday. ; the plaintiff will pay the costs."
sermon to a large and appreciativecongregation. Battle of
ibilities for next season. An ad. and the bankers will be at the town, but all of river privileges at Marengo fought on Friday.
dition of two hundred rooms to of the farmers. After the sermon the Julius Caesar assassinated on Friday. C. J. HECTOR
There is
mercy the foot of that street, which is rite of confirmation was administered
to Napoleon born ,
this Bonaparte
known house on
is Friday.
already doubt but the in
no majority called "Broad" on account of its
three,candidates., Battle of Waterloo Dealer in General
promised, and it is possible a winter fought on Friday
next house will make an honest great width. This does
race track be constructed.The usurper The handsome place of Mr. L. E' Battle of Bunker Hill fought on Friday : :
may effort to pass laws beneficial to the not need the property it seek to Larohandisen : :
natural beauty of this picturvsque Barnes formerly of Cocoa but now of Joan of Arc burned at the stake o ]
State ; but honesty of intention is appropriate has already appropriated Melbourne, Fla.
is such that Appelton, Wl., was sold, last week Friday.
locality it is well not the only qualification required but seeks to fortify its by
worthy whatever wealth lavishin the members of the Real Estate Ex Declaration of Independence signed on]
may make
to The
a good legislator. possession, for the sole of
making perfect a spot, which passage of extreme measures I in preventing any boat, except purpose thoseit change, to a Mr. Paine, of Minneapolis, Friday. Hats Shoes Clothing Dry GoodsJust
tourists Minn. Mr. Paine will in the ,
according to is the "most useless work. A law that is un. shall designate, from approach. future
beautiful place in Florida." make this his winter home.A Tux Notice.I Arrived. Splendid Goods.
tltutional is 'law
con no at all. ing the terminus of the only railroad
I \' be at the different OILS, PAINTS, HARDWARE LEAD
The great danger to be guarded tapping the Indian River at pleasant party consisting of Mr. precincts ,

Wx: hope our numerous and valued against at the next session will be present. and Mrs. A. :#'. Lapham, and son, Arthur in the to county receive on tax the returns days mentioned below Of all DRUGS kinds,;GROCERIES and in fact,a GRAIN full line of

down-river subscribers will the tendency of the Alliance men, Many citizens argue that the the Messrs. Harvey of Ohio, Mrs March 1801. everything. Call and examine. 11

pardon us for giving so much I coming as they will fresh from railroad, having erected extensive Brower and Mrs. Boynton left, last Haulover,. . .. .Tuesday, 10th. "
to the discussion their farms Friday on board Mr. Lapham's boat the"Restless LaGrange,. . . .Wed'day, llth.
of local and
space full of
a groves, buildings the in
upon property Tituav ille,. . ..Thursday.mh. TitasYille
question. In all probability the enthusiasm and energy and smart dispute, should not be disturbed, for a cruise around to the City Point. . Friday 13th. Market.

rather strained condition of affairs ing from the injustice they have and should be treated fairly. But Banana river. They returned Mondayand Merritts Island, Sanders, Sat. 14th.

which prevails at Titusvillt> at received at the !hands of transportation must we give all, and expect no- report a most enjoyable time. Rockledge,. . . .Monday, 16th.
. .. .
present as a result of differencesof Goorgiana, Tuesday, 17th. ALL KINDS
companies, to pass lawsso thing? No one would "object to OF
Eau Gallie,. . ..Wed'day,18th.
opinion among our people, on radical and sweeping that they granting to the company the entire Special Bargain. Melbourne,. ". .Thursday,19th. Fresh
the street ordinance, will find a will not stand the scrutiny of the river front-one hundred feet in Canaveral,. . .Saturday, 21st. and Salt Meats, Eggs

satisfactory solution in a few days, Supreme Court when their constitutionality width-at the foot of Broad street ; That fine business lot on Broad street Malabar, . . .Monday, 23rd.
1 ,
; and we will be able to is In Sebastian.. ,. .,Tuesday, 24th. Oysters, Fish Fruit A Vegetables
chosen resume our questioned. considering but will the railway give in exchange just west of Indian River Lumber Co's Narrows, . . .Wed'day, 25th. %
and favorite theme, the the control of transportation a like amount of front from office. Fronts 60 fet on railway. Large Fort: Pierce,. . .Thursday 26th. U SEASON

advocacy of the advantages of the companies by the State, and the large unimproved frontage of building now occupied by J. S. Watson Eden,. . . ..Friday, 27th. CASH
I East Coast and the developmentof enlarging the powers of the Railroad over two hundred feet, which they i Co. Price 11,000.00. Very easy terms. Fort Drum,. ... ..Tuesday, 31st. FOR POULTRY, EGGS, VEQ-

its resources. Commission, it will be well to own, adjoining Broad street on the RODDUi Ii GKAHAM. W. R. SANDERS, TABLES, ETC.
Assessor for Brevard
county j E. X DAVIS, Manager.

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'Glass '" Sash,

Dressed',> : ,Poultry of Every Description. Paints, Ouse -* HARDWA', tJ Doors & Blinds. f'

AFRESH EGGS, F.A.YCT'STOCK. filled same day received. Price guaranteed. tCrCkt'ry
OllSOlillO Cook
1uvnrc9: "Wood Ac

; F. BUDGE 'Titusville !FJa.of .
%2tdere> by wire lUred sam day received. I ,

:;:Write fqr particulars and prices.!

"t 39Jam3wo ...'& JOHNSTON, Manager. hammock and, near the park, ,to Mr. For Charter by Hour or Pay. H. R. OLMSTEAD,

:: REAL ESTATE SALES J. Simpson.It will be.noticed that the purchasers The 30ft, cabin launch, Delphlne, The Pioneer Dealer In INDIAN RIVER LUMBER

mentioned above come from every partof Is for charter, by the hour or day, for GENERAL MERCHANDISE

the country. It probable! the monthof any point on Indian River.-Add res*, I). '

Are being reported In rapid succession' April 'will be even more'prolific in W.Jerome, Rockledge, Fla. 2JJan3mo OOl\lP.A..JSrY, ;,

from f all pouts: of the county; and it is sales than March} the months of April Eau Gallie.I '; :,

safe to say that more sales have been and May, as-a rule, hive more sales to PERFECTEDCRYSTAL keep In Mock a Choice: variety of Capital &Q ,OOO.

:L mad darfcg the past few weeks than In their credit than any other months In LENSES GROCERIES, HARDWARE, '
". aa many months for several years past. the year. It Is a well known fact that ,..s NA.. ,
most visitors either make their mind tm4nvrtrtt4lluvaJ. CROCKERY, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC "
: Hundreds transfers have been made up --- V' r 3, ;

:' sine the beginning of the year, at -ex. to buy just before to.ivlng the State, or And v 111 Ml ax bow AS the Lowest. COMM.KTK STOCK OF 1

;;',,cellent prices, and'every new sale of importanoe afterthey reach their homes and ton Call and examine my Stock. 18 House Boat and Skiff Lumber }

that is reported has tendency suit(heir families. ,

to give mementum to the boom that has I to look 118 If the advantagesof .1". RENDER, & CO. Brick, Lime, Cement, Fire-Brick, ,
the East Coastere becoming known ,
started iln this lino. Our space will not

permit'nrontion in detail of all the -conveyances and appreciated. 'Our prosperity la just -vv'a 1onxn.akorsANn; l Mouldings, Lath and Shingles, .. .

made during the past nwmth, beginning; for 'lery purchaser we secure
Brackets Pickets Turned Worfc
differentlocalUlfta can be counted at once as a ;
but..we'gtve: a few notes from upon MANUFACTURING JEWELERS, .
showing that the activity is good Immigration' agent for the section :Elousos: Frn2nod.: to; Oxc3.oz
E. liXlHMt & CO.IIAve 'ih18yil o Flu.Repairing .
general along'the whole line.Thet1leavlest'Ranllactlon ol his choice. -"So mote it be. ___ ____ '_" _. _..... _. U._HANSON,. Mann" qrProfoHHioiial ... '
exclusive sale of those celebrated
or the largest -
of Vine and ComplicatedWstehea
amount ever paid for one property, -Mrs. Jas. Gardner and Ulna Gardner, Glasses In TItusvlUo.FACl.KNKU ; setting of Diamond* and other Clu'lh J. M. Sanders Co.

5.1m reward county, was that Agreed oil St. Augusta, Ga., were in town few KILLA & MOOUK, Precious! Stoni-n.' ,

|uponl-wt; Saturday, between ... K. 'Leek i days the past week. 'The only Manufacturing Opticians In Alligator and Hog Tusks" C"rvelll1mt T} L. OAULDEX, Dealers In 1

l < ;Bro.,and Mr. &. F. Dwyer,of Brooklyn, -We are threatened with losing our the South, Atlanta, Oa. Peddlers are Mounted Shell Jewelry for enne-heacls made.: !, brooches, etc. .
not with these ttfcbfimo DRY GOODS NOTIONS .
'N. T.,.by which the'latteraoquJred the .railway terminal. Why bleAR your soul, supplied goods. i In S.:II. 1:11: "S' new building, opposite ATTORXEV-AT-LAW, '

t Hotel Indian.River and the magnificent we have none to lose! That Is th&very yr i corner from 1'ontolHce. TITl'KVILLK, FLA. CROCKERY .

AttachedAt Rockledge. The con'sideration the kick is about! The we Notice.To Prompt attention to all orders by mall '
thing -one
ftort Whom It SADDLERY o'
J All May Concern or otherwise 21nov TAS. T. SANDERS, ,
,( was$100,000, and we are reMlably 4iad has been leased to a steamboat line, IS HEREBY GIVEN that .1>P1I O s STATIONERY: <

informed that extensive .additions and we either want a new one or the use NOTICE will be aside to the Legislature 1 ATTORXEV-AT-IUW, FAMILY
': will,be made ,before of the old the State of Florida,at Its next atMlnn to pave Will In of
andumprovomeztts one.. a local or vneoU Mil to legalize the Inoonmra.of HODGES & GODFREY practice all the Court. the SeventhJndtcl.l GARDEN SEEDS, ..
'.. of the Town.of Eau Gallle In the county of Circuit of Florida.P
CM-agotto Hrevarrt, and to declare the \lnrorpnretl.n of ,O. Box,808. TITfSVIIXK, FLA. C1IOICK GHOCKItlKH,
Revolution Needed EMil (I. le valid and of full force and rirertan Manufacturers of Money to I. uin. 1fllORf1t HAY, CORN, MAPEV }FERTILIZERS. *!
to define the bonmlariet of said Town of }:"II +
k.In'that city, while: hip! brother will remain boundarle FINE: PATENT
Iftllle, and to rhanpe the premnt no Yellow Pine Lumber FLOUR.
and act as4 manager for :the newt that the corporate llnriu will contain Sections. : M. Uoiiiuxn. W ALTr.R 8.iRAHAM.
Many of our co-laborers of the State 4, S, II, 9, 13, 1C, IT, 20, iitandZiofTowiiHhtpin: IlO'DDlNS A G1UIIAM, OOOOA. Il"iorida.J .,
of the house which has attracted -
proprietor South, Range East ROrOlI A ltlKSSEI,
;:; so many delighted twirlsts press, we ae glad to say, view the assessment 20feb! ,apl'Ji Orange lies llmulu, _
Knilt It VvgrtiOtlo Cratva. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, W. Rogers
Indian'River.. of young, unproductive orange ,

\;? Another important sale In the same-vi-' groves at aa Increased valuation In the Town Onllnnnce.De on Lumber throtiith I.. o.Tilt lh>x-,sviLLa 2.0.WIllI'.U.'e. :, DrcvnrdCo., Florldrt.< DEALER: IN CLOTHING,

same light as does the Agriculturist It ordained by the Town Council of the Inn building nil tint Kant least w.mltln well to
','oinity was that of the grove and former Town of Tltunvllle that the right of paMuKH to write for price. The Rawinlll It cltnated on the In all tileInU.a, the Seventh Gents. Furnishing Goods Shoes Hats
Te'siflence'vof Me. Lyman E. Barnes,'by Since the publication "A Tax on 'Industry" and from the Ipdlan River over the streets of J.,T.& K. Wlty.,5 mile ninth of fulatka.AernU Circuit and In tbe Hiiireine! Court. Sheets! farlJItlc ,
this Town termini the hank E. (hills, for Examining( and IV-rfpctlnn laud Caps Umbrellas Trunks Valises
havingtheir anon I Cocoa tiling Enu Eugene
in of the best ;
() '. ,
.,' thetindfan: River Real Estate Exchange, many of Mid river,or over wharvea at the ends of paid Itrainerd. ttnm.id Title < .rreol'on<|lm.8 1..IIt'lte.1 from Claim ."

..J060a, to Mr/James :M.: Pa1n ,*millioa- papers'.in the State have come boldly itreetn.and iiartlrularly the wharves at over the Main termini and thereof IlruailRtreeM SutNiinia Hlght., Putnaii CO., 1 lu. ..ntl/.llIll. Hj>.,nlhli to Oranu.Jloncy Ixmn.TJR. i FINE C10ARS, Etc.

, ;-.ire1umber merchant from Minneapolis, forward and endorsed the plan suggested hall lie free to the public, and that the MUIM The only houso In town making a sp -
this and the are public projierty. All boat may l"II.I.t call clalty\ of Gents. FuruUhlng Goods.
by paper, urged legislature -
:Minn., who will occupy his recent purchase streets or the wharvm ronntmcted or winch GEO. ALTREE
winter residence. The Barnes to so modify: our assessment laws may hereafter be constnmtedSttheendethereof.ndnavy M. 1) L. DODSON, Drop In and examine my stock, andcompitro '
as a
make inch reanMialde. thereof G cusloniera
UM aa prices. Cash
f pane was well known as one of the most that the man who has the enterprise to shall not exclude other Moats from the like UM. BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT, mnnd every consideration competitora F'claim

.- "beautiful homes on Indian River, and Improve his property will not be more attend ttoexeludethe corporation publlo which from shall the excludeor free TitUHvillo, Fla. SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE:, SURGiCAL confer. ,

built under the heavily taxed than the one who holds UM of laid, itreeU or wharves,except an may be Call when convenient. First door
the dwelllng was personal for Piano and Florida
hereafter provided by Council by chancingwharfain Agent Organs; A MECIIANICAL DENTISTRY
direction of tbe former owner, without his for speculation., On the subject the or In any other manner hall upon Brick and Lime; New Process Gasoline south of AIIVOCATK ofllce. :
conviction thereof be fined, not exceeding fcftx)
regard to expense, a few years ago. East Coast Gazette speaks as follows: for each offence or Imprlmned not vxcoadlng Stove that cannot explode.: TITUBVIU-K, riXltlI -r: j

;'The premises contain about eight acres, "A man comes to Florida because ,the Ixty day., at the dlwretlon of the court. Will at all limn handle every dtxcrlpt- DIXON <
& GRAY :
Till. Ordinance shall take effect linmedlatplyon Ion of New and Second Hand Furniture. :
1'and the consideration: was $12,000, at climate suits; Its production of new, rarefrults'bave Its thirty approval fla"., by' the Mayor and publicationfor la fact will gut! anything to supply the D n. U. Ih WILLS, Dealer In I: :

:1' Which price It was a genuine bargain. strong attractions for him; Approved Feb.38,1891.: wants of the l'eoplo.'I'rfiieellw'n'.Sailed. PHYSICIAN A HUROEON ?j
: informed because ts an Integral part of the.great ItFNJ. WlLIMIN. Stocks Disposed of. Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery Toilet ,
: The purchaser we are /on Mayor of Tltux>Ille. {, A graduate of the University of Perm ; ,
"good authority-will spend con lJerafbk progressive United States. He brings J. W. Roo KM,Town ClerkSheriff's 3 Will Public null on_Auction Commission anything by private treaty wantto sylvanla, and an experience of twenty Articles Fins Soaps, StatloneryJEWELRY "' '
or you
'. money in Improvements, and endeavor with 'him a moderate sum of money, turn Into years In practice! offers his services to "
than buys a'piece of wild land that in a state Sale. money. the citizens of Titusville and vicinity. .
} to,make ,the place more Cash advanced on -Good for absolute SPECTACLES: A *
of would and by virtue of execution sewed OFFICE: OVEII J. IIOOEIIII : -.
,ever. nature not support anything UNDER sale. w. A co. SEWING MACHINES ,
the county court of Drevard county
: 1, The firm have also sold the placeyot but a wild razor back hog, a gopher oran Olin. PlNtols anti
'. lame State of Florida, In a certain cana therein RUE P ELY Sowing Machines e
He. David R. Johnson, in North Co- alligator. Stimulated by the serene (fepenillns'Charlen wherein Herndon W.I.L.defendant Thomas 1*dated JI..lntUr.and the, Q u Slli LA : Machinery Repaired. Watches Clock)

;' coa, ,to Judge L C. Sloan, of Madison, skies, the balmy air, the prospect of unlimited 8tb day of March, A. It. 1S91,1 have levied upon, i G::: tt nur1 JUSTICE OF THE PEACE lint DIST. and Jowolry Bjmcliilly.! ,.

Wisconsin, who Is a wealthy and promInenflawyer days to labor In unlnterferec and will the court sell to bouM tbe hluheit door: In bidder Tleuivllle for caub Florida before i Notary Public fur the State at Larje.Contrartor School Books and School Supplies

and has served as judge in With by snows, blizzards, or cyclones, he between the legal hour of tale,on Monday, the Q u and Ilulliler of over M)'.....' experience. Subscriptions taken publisher's price
nth day of April. A. I). 1891, the following lands, IJow Natural Flnlib Specialty. for Newspapers, Rooks, Magazlnei eto g
hd ''uigher courts of his State. The digs, grubs, plows and plants, all the lying and described aid county and .taU> afora- MKLltOURNK FLA. at
.said and aa follow,to wit: .al Prescriptions carefully compounded
time his dollars into the sands
; Judge will also build .an elegant residence sinking Beginning the section line 177 yards northof Q .. =" any time, day or night. 1 > .
home knowing that if he waits five or ten the aoutlieaat corner of the northeast quarter Q
and make his win ter on
or the southwest quarter of ectlon S, township ,-GPilliam: : I''utOh;
Indian River; and M he is a leading politician yean he will get returns from his invest 21 mouth of range 33 east; tlience go weak 11H Drugs .
ment. yard; theaee go south 03 yard; thence go wed dp Drayman.Hauling ,
,,'quay be able to say a good word XA yard, t.we.t line of old quarter thencego done at reasonable rates. At
for Florida to some if the Force "He has been industrious he has been north along the said line 2u yard; thence 4t tends all departing and meets all arriving '
purpose Sbi. Patent Medicines Ir
and seat on a line parallel with the north line of
r economical painstaking and has"brought ..
Bffl should ever be resurrected, or an paid quarter" yard| thence go south on the :1 : trains. :.
his piece of barren sand wasteto east line of aald quarter 163 yard to the place Orders left with 0. B. Rumph or at
appropriation is needed for ..deepenmg'01U' 01 beginning and containing 20 acres wore or
inlets. high standard of promise; but mind t...... PurchaMr to pay for title. is g.a ADVOCATE;: office Hill receive prompt Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles
river'or Improving our Dated this the(tb day of March A. D. 1W1.JAHU ., a .' : attention.
Mr-Spencer Bronson, of South Rock- ttlsall promise aa yet. The assessor JI:. BOWMAn .ao. 1I '
0 Kept' constantly on hand at
Fla. = ..
Sheriff Brevard
comes along or more likely he has heard 44t County, .
ledge, has sold his grove to a Mr. Baldwin o A. Frosohor,

of'New' Haven, Conn., for $1 ,ooo. some one say that Mr.- has improved Notice. 't7 IoSO TITUSVILLE, FLA., J. B. Screven's T
his tract of land and he him
so assesses
This property was held at $12,000 a year A !. Keeps a full supply of Metalllo and
five or ten times the original cost of In County Court, lirtrard County Florida. ";' 1511 Wooden
Common Late DRUG STOItK.
ago. 1891.GHoIATIII"u
Ute land and Mr. for his ,
industry Coffins, Cases and Caskcti.
Mr. S. 'J!'; Gibbs, of Melbourne, has &; ) Auumpittv
sold his entire property at East Mel l his praiseworthy, reward-worthy efforts, GUTB.-l damage* Funerals attended If desired. All orders Also the latest Newspapers, Perlodl- .' ..
ts( rewarded by the tax'coUector demanding T.O. HOCK". ,:a.o.oo. EDEN promptly executed, and at reason cal., etc a '
bourne to Alt. Edward P. Ingraham, of from his as unproductive To T.O.HDCKASAV,Defendant able rates. Embalming done. 2CONTRACTOR
Bristol, Coda for about$5,000. Part of yet prop- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED,That writ
five to ten times the amount which : YOU FOR '
erty attachment has been blued Sfalnit
this property was'improved and had a: I P. J'. I r ALL, tWines '
his neighbor, who Is more shiftless or you and your'property attached to *atl.fy tbe I
nice pineapple plantation upon it. I demand of Bass and Guthman, tilaln- PINEAPPLE
too knowing-BO matter which-has to tins herein GbOiatlu1 to|UI8J17. &
Mr.James l!'. Olmstead,of Fort Pierce, on the same amount of land and I. Now union* yon *halTappear before the Judge : Spirits .
of pay of our aald Court at the court bonne In TltuivUw TitUHvillo, Fla. :
baa sold twenty acres unimprovedland perhaps of better quality. The one Is a In laid county of Hravard on or before the) etu
rear Ankona, to Mr. Myron Mun- day of April,A. D. 1801,tin taine being rule day Estimates furnished on application.
blessing to the State the other to say and plead or demur to the declaration of the PLANTATION. Correspondence and solicited.
IOn, of Aurora, lUs., at $100 per acre. the leant is not. There is an Injustice in plaintiff died default ndgtuentwillerenderwl patronage IHlwo Beers
will set the entire tract agalnit you by and your property aold ,
The purchaser this which should be remedied. to debt.
In pineapples before another season. WITNESS the Honorable Minor 8. Jonei, T. E. B.1onnrds 3VT.: 33. 33vutTXaoll, CIGARS ETC.
"When the treeless prairies of the west ,
Judge of aald Court,a* well aa A. A. Stewart ,
Mr. Lewis P. T&babj, of.den: parted for settlement instead clerk of aald Court, and the meal of laid Court Indian '
were opened Eden River Florida.Dinyman
ten of his land to Mr. up at the court hou e in TltnavUle this 3rd day ol BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER or THE FINEST QUALITY,
with about acres of watching for an opportunity to Increase March A. U. 1M>|. A.A.BTIWABT,Clerk. ,
George E. ..AndrewofiiMoore Station, jAMEaT, SAeoaa.Vlainua. ., 00 TO .
taxes the and
upon intelligent .
Attorney. Not TitUHvillo Fla. *
Delaware. Consideration, .about $150 T. w'. SMITH, ,
ndustrlons settler he
permanent was & Renakor.
Work contracted for on any part of Losley
plr acre. rewarded for Notice.In .
planting groves, hedges Indian River gJoo
The upper portion of the county is and orchards by actual exemption. The the Circuit Court for the 7th Judicial Will attend to all kind of Hauling, Families Supplied. fe

not behind hand in land transfers. The result was that those new states grew Circuit QjFlorida, in and for JJrerard promptly, cheaply and ezp ditlou.ly.

sale of the Yaan place, at the lUulover, marvelously county A. D. 1891 In Chfl, ny. Will deliver baggage for pa.a ngers McAllister,

to Mr. Flannery and of the bind of Andrew "The greatest advertisement of Florida CBAILES v A.*. SMITH J) BiU for Divorce. arriving or departing on train or steamboat t .

Jackson, adjoining, to Mr. Betts, is the orange and lemon grove. LATH SIUTH. ) *. ''' Contractor for 1 t t
T THKBEA8 It by the bill of eomV -
of New York, lave been consumnated box of either or lemons is appears the
Every oranges ,V pllnant. Bled la the above entitled Can be found at Railway Stationor
during the past J. tnlght. Several five. an advertisement and immigrant'agent. cause, sworn to by coniplalnant; and that the at my residence in South Titusville. I liii Artesian Wells,

acre Iota have been sold by the Indian Instead of laying heavy burdens upon aid defendant Ylurfda Laura: South resides without U. S. Mall Carrier. 5 1
the State of ,and that she ta over to* i
River Loan and Investment Companynear planters of groves it would be far betterto age of t..enty..... .... that the place of Kau Gallic, Fla.
the of defendant I unknown and that
residence .
Minis, to actual settlers. The give them an exemption from taxation ..... bill U filed for the purpose of procuring
Canaveral Club baa secured several for[ five years from planting and then drnw of divorce between tbe complainant and tMIG1Axr
defendant. It U. therefore" ordered that the '
thousand additional acres for their extensive only tax In proportion." said defendant, Laura Biultb, tin appear and W. HENDRY IZ
an.wer.ald bill at the clerks office., In Tltn. F 1''BiYCIIL11S'6 4
shooting grounds. A stock eou\- next legislature it U generally
Our ville, Brevard county, Florida, on or before the ,
paoyto being organized, known a* the acknowledged, will make a revolution In Sth taken day agatnas.ard of June A.defendant D. Jail a or.eunfeMed.aald bill will be Iua ltan ci auwlUrttratr Dealer la

Canaveral Land and Harbor Improve- our method of ane siuenU-and It U It la further ordered that the notice of tbl* krugru;
order be p.bl Wad weekly for the pace. of three) General Merchandise
ment Company, for the purpose of developing badly needed too-and we trust they month* la the KAT CUAJT AUVGCATB. a new.

that locality.In will see to U that the present burden per publUbed U Titiuviue Brevard county, ,

Titusville we note recent aid upon industry will be removed.Agriculturist. .- POrdered at Chamber, In DeLaad Flathis DRY GOODS
Ma day of Febmary,A. D.iwt.Jua
purchasers: the Electric Light Co., Mr D. Broom, I/lit n NOTIONS,
Judas of the Circuit Coon, Ilk Judicial fireniluf
F. T. Budge, Mr. P. J. Hall and )(1'1I.Pelmer rhirida. STATIONERY
; and Robbins A Graham report Picture, 4 for 50t-U. at Woodward the 1 certify order of that pabUcatlon the foregoing made in la this a tree eaae.Titusvilte eopy. of Job Printing Department

sale of A large block In North Titovilla tent, Titusville. Picture of a whole ,Via, March god,11. a Choice Groceries. I

to the Indian River Lumber Company; family for Wets. Also fine collection of I). L. OArum A.A,BTCVABT,Clerk. Is Ready to do Your Work : .
:2tt tmar3m _. MIMS FLA. a
views for sale. BoUcltotiureoaoplaJaaat --
a building lot to Dr. Will, and a block Florida

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M arjomber of complaint have reachedthe stttutlon will be located at Asherille. Portal Figure

GEORGIA: BRIEFS. commission concerning their failure SOUTHERN BRIEFS That place and Atlanta, Spartsnburg I ,.
to do io> The Central, and perhaps and Augusta, have made proposals at regards The postal appropriation bill, recently tr t 't

other roads, are eipected to carry the +- the location.. The statement It.I' .. 'approved by the boa representatives,

Interesting: Paragraphs from all matter into the courts. The joint rate DAILY OCCURRENCES IN THE uow made that Asheville will give $150 carries a little beyond $77,000,000. Some
circular, No 171 w"lnued under authority I' 000 to secure the location of this great of the items that go to make up this

Over the State. of >n act of the last legislature. SUNNY SOUTHLAND'Curtailed i Presbyterian university. A lady who princely sum are interesting. The amount .

This law gave them a new power and I died recently had bequeathed $150,000. estimated for the transportation of the .

The new city directory Just completed, the teat of it In court would be without Into Interesting and to this institution. malls is $29,711,000, divided. follow

gated August 03,000 inhabitants. precedent. The order of the commissionwent Wellington Stephenson, cashier at the Inland bv rail routes, $22,650,000$ star t

The aan sslig committtcs of the August into effect only last October Newsy Paragraphs. freight office of the Kansas City, Memphis routes $5,893,060; rftearaboat routes, ,

exposition are meeting with uucxfieeted R...'. New ".n.ee. -- and Birmingham railroad, was arrested $323,000, and for foreign mail service,

success.There The new iron furnace of the Rome Iron Brunswick, Oa.'s exports for February at Birmingham Monday night, 753000.
are thirty-two u-con'C f InWashington 'Company is about completed. It Is a were valued at $13,630,700. charged with embezzlement by a system The salaries of all the postmasters of Taken atom

county who are entitled topesalon. thorough piece of work from the stack to The census bureau gives the population of false entries. When arrested he had 'the United States equal $14,000,000, and -sick headache, bilious headache, .

.. the ground. Two immense wooden of Louisiana as 1,118,647. $1.600, which he offered to turn over to that sum is giren. ,The largest salary, I dizziness, constipation, indigestion
buildings have also the if they would not prosecute $SooO, is awarded to the postmaster at ,
more freqncnt been constructed company bilious attacks and all
Deaths from hydrophobia are Herman A. Haslock ball been to derangements
appointed and the smallest 29 cents,
York .
in and mad and the furnace with its buildings make. aim. Stephenson is a young man under of the liver
than nsnal Georgia, surveyor of customs for the port of Nashville road official in the state of North i stomach and
and a cross
atone are at a premium.The I splendid show. The furnace located Tenn. twenty-five years of age, heretofore bowels. It's a
in all the large contract
All the clerks post-
Carolina. but
at New Rome, on the main line of the stood above suspicion. He has lately
contest for sheriff of Jefferson East Tennessee, Virginia! and Georgia GovernorJones, on Saturday, appointed been living a fat life. offices cost 8,000,000 per annum and the smallest things in the world do
county has been decided by the governor railroad, about two miles south W. W. Wilkerson judge Of the city court the thousand of mail carriers, $10,092- the business-Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
of the Methodists of Mississippi
The are
,la favor of the contcetee, L F. Farmer. of Birmingham.Both 000 The coat of the railway postal Pellets. the
d&). The Chattanooga, Rome and Uolumbns deeply interested in the location of Mill- more. They're smallest, but
The new town, Dcmorcst, in Haberibam railroad ha its line of road near branches of tho North Carolina snpp's college. The board of trustee at system is $2,731,000 for car service alone, the most effective. They go to

county, i* not two years old, and has the furnace, and will haul all the red ore legislature have now adopted a resolution their lost meeting virtual'y! settled it that and $6,853,000 is necessary to pay railway work in the right way. They

eight factories in operation, and i. preparing from Dirt Seller mountain. Silver creek to adjourn March 9th. the location rotted between Jackson, postal clerks. cleanse and renovate the
to build several more. flows within a stone's throw and The North Carolina The sum of $203,000 is appropriated lyttem
water legislature on Winona and Grenada. The board will thoroughly-but do it
It seems that the South Carolina gold. in the greatest quantities will l always be Tuesday, unanimously passed the bill allowing meet at Winona on March 11th,when the to pay for the manufacture of postage and You they feel mildly
brick swindle, who recently came to available. It is 'the intention of the Charlotte to issue $300,000 of improvement matter will be finally settled. It will be stamps. Stamped envelope newspaper gently. the good
grief, made unsuccessful experiments in a owners to go into blast about the lust of bond. remembered that R. W Millsapps, a wrappers cost $933,000 more and they do-but you don't feel

amber of Georgia towns. March, and the event is to be marked by The Farmers' Alliance warehouse at wealthy banker of Jackson, gave $30,000 postal cards $214.000, more. Mail bags them doing it. As a Liver Pin,

The petition of the Georgia Sawmill I magnificent banquet. The plant is one Greenville, S. C., was destroyed by fire to create an endowment fund for this and mail bag "catchers" cost annually they're unequaled. Sugar-coated,
Association for reduction of the of the finest in the south and the $260OOO.whlle, wrapping twine calls for to take and in
asking a quali. Tuesday, supposed by an incendiary. college, conditioned that the church but easy put up vials,
rate on lumber bas been postponed until ty of iron will be very fine. The capacity Lou $10pOO; insured. would raise a like sum, which was 145000. These are big figures, the and hermetically sealed, and thus

,the next meeting of the commission, of the furnace is eighty tons per day The legislature,: of North Carolina hAS promptly done, and now the college only great cost of as they the are postofflco they do department not cover in always fresh and reliable. A per

March 10. lea naatera. passed a bill providing for an amendment has to be located, when it will soon become Washington with itt hundreds of officials fect vestpocket'remedy, iq small
The trial of Mrs. Ora McKeo, of Rome, Just $40,000 were appropriated to to the constitution which the a reality.MISSISSIPPI'S. vials and
for murder hu been set for the first pensions to confederate widows but pay ___I. _. ..._ __,,__ .,.,.by__". ,clerks, messengers, etc. That i* only one necessary for a
quitea fi\'i/io WA tu0 O'H'I'IWill vote lur provided for in the sundry civil bilL laxative or three for a cathartic.
Mondsf in March, and it is predicted by number of people are interested, it solicitors. THIRD PARTY.

many that it will be one of the most senMtional seems, in getting a percentage of that in The census bureau the FOB Impure or thin Blood, Weakness, Malaria They're the'chtapese pill you can ."

trials ever hold in Georgia. fees. Most of'the fee hunters live outside of Kentucky by announces races as follows population : Organization of Prohibitionists take,Brown's Neuralgia Iron, Indigestion Bitters-It, and Kirn BllIon strength neo
Governor Northcn has appointed F,W. the state. Information has been received Whites., 1,685,520colored; 272,081 ; Indians Effected.A making old persons feel 'oUD-&IId! young give satisfaction, or your money is
Gilbert solicitor of the county court of at the capitol of two pension Agencies in 93; Chinese, 29 Japanese 1 persons strong; pleasant to take. returned.
WllkM. The present incumbent, Wm. Washington, D. C., writing to postmasters total, 1,888,635.: dispatch of Saturday from Jackson, The Kansas L are d a bill to
Wynne, does not ask renppointment.Bii and other. for the names of widows Miss, says: A third party has been organized prevent the holding of land by alien. You only pay for the good you
this entitled to pensions under' the On Saturday the 'cable of an incline, in this State-"the prohibitionparty I get.
term March 20 tb Georgia
expires ;year. road "at the coal Do T. Ever $pecalaterAny
mines at n
it is
called. An
Among other railroad enterprises, the formation law, and offering, as pay for such in. Tenn., broke and the car dashed down, address embodying Mississippi their declaration of ,, person sending us their name and ad- : That'o the peculiar plan all Dr.Pierce's .
a percentage of the agencies' oreea will receive Information that will leAd
of medicines
organization of the stockholders the fees for collection. Quite a number of the mountain. Two men were killed instantly principles bus been Issued. This organization to a fortune. Benj. Lewis & Fort Payne; and Eastern railroad means have and eleven seriously hurt. is entirely separate from the non- Building,Kansas City, Mo. through druggists.BRADFIELD'5 .
applications ,come direct to the -
much Athens. That will doubt.
for point capitol from lawyers; and agencies outside Rev. J. C., Furham, D. D., one of the partisan prohibition movement of the {
less bd made the eaitearn terminus of the
the state u well an in it, asking for pen most prominent clergymen of the Baptist state. A majority of the white people of ;!; .
toad. don blanks. To all such requests the church, and for many years president of the state is opposed to the liquor traffic, i f fan! :;'n.:r = '

There is a great complaint the mail answer has been uniform.-that it was the the Furman university, in Greenville, 8. and the sentiment against the saloon has ;

service in some sections of southwest state's policy to make lawyers' services C., died Tuesday; aged eighty ;years grown during the last decade until over :: : ; ,

Georgia. The Americul Time says it and fees unnecessary In the payment of Gen. F. B. Chilton has decided to accept hall of the counties in the state are either l 1S

takes a letter a fraction over three days to these pensions, and to have the moneygo the proposition made bj the city of "dry" by legal enactment, or under the II3WORTH !!

getfrom Lecsburg to Amcrlcus, a distance direct to those for whom it was ap- Raleigh, and: will locate at that point the operations of the "local option law." The :I
of twenty-five miles. propriated. headquarters of the Southern Immigration great bulk of the prohibitionists in the j t

The Amerlcus Recorder says: "It Is Atlaota. Esy.alllii. Bureau and Interstate Exposition. state seem to bo entirely satisfied with tMAL1p GUL4IT'OIt !; g i tos

about time that Oeor(la's constitution At a recent meeting of the directors of The census bureau has announced the the progress made, and deprecate the : 'i:8

was amended so that the people can do the Piedmont Exposition Company; the population of the state of Virginia by third party movement. & Q3i g

something they want to. It is not suitedto following resolution was passed follows j1Lb n
: races as : Whites, 1,014.608 tr 8rfr
this progressive age and should be relegated Whereas, The people of Atlanta have colored, 640.667; 870 Chinese; DELUDING THE NEGROES.A : ) RI\
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to the shades of the post." responded liberally and nobly to the ; 12; total for the state, vIstJGotJUlfJ! Pt'V TO nJJfP !
Senorita Clotilde Annunclon Diu will appeal of the directors of the Piedmont 1,658,90.Judge: Sharper Who Sells Town Lots r rn

enter the Southern Female college at La. Exposition: Company for donations to Head, at Jasper, Ala. has set For a Dollar.A [h

Grange. She is a sister of Dr. Diaz, the assist in having a creditable exposition aside the verdict rendered by, the jury dirputch of Tuesday from Gainesville, } J WOMAlt .

great Cuban convert Professor Cox during the present year, having contributed against/ the Kansas City, Memphis & Texas, says: During the past ten days .
went down to the dedication of the new within a few hundred dollars of Birmingham/ railroad for $'',300, for kill- 800 negroes passed through this city en 50 DOLLARS PER BOTTLE.My .
church and while there it decided the '
was required amount and Jug R. E. Sanders in a collision. A route to Oklahoma to settle there.
new Nearlyall daughter suffered for years with Female Disease and had the bed medical attention
that this
lady should back Whereas
young come Wo believe thnt the sentiment trial has been ordered.It come from eastern Texas, and are des without relief. I was persuaded to lot her try one bottle of Bradfleld'H Female Regulator -
with him and' enter his college.Mr. of Atlanta is decidedly in favor of is reported that the family of the titute of money, clothing, provisions, and she began to improve at once. Knowing what I do of the remedy, I wunld have it If
J. A. Davis, of Houston county, is holding the exposition ; therefore, be it late Rev O. K. Marshall of farming implements and everything necessary i Jte| coat 11'11II110 dollars per bottle It cured my daughter ion nd and well after all other remedies -
going to start a large gourd farm near Resolved, That, the executive committee Vicksburg, had failed. U. 1>. FBATBCBSTOIIK, Springfield, T an. "
of the board of directors Miss., has decided to present the libraryof to prevent starvation and suffering Write Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta. G..., for particular Sold By druggist
Bonaire lie he is be directedto
says perfectly willing the deceased to Mlilssps' College. It in the new country. A white man from .
to mortgage the entire crop to get the proceed to make all necessary arrangements ;: is said to be one of the most valuable collections Oklahoma has been representing to them -ELY'S CREAM BALM-neaa. U. Ned
... ._
that will bo cultivate for an exposition during the fall P.xee,"I1p.: 'aln I. .Uoa Deal.Iho
money necessary to of books and papers in the South. that they could secure a good farm for a Hore., Ite.toree 'I'.te and 6me11 a.ri Vane CATARAi
and gather the He seems to think of the present year, provided the railroads lDatH
crop. The sales of leaf tobacco in the Danville very little cost and has also sold to nearly i ,
there is in leading into Atlanta will make
good money gourds, as they Va. market for every one of these migrating negroes Ff(1( .
February were 3
such donations ,-
at not as perishable as melons. and offer such rates of
479,077 pounds the sates I town lots for $1 each. These Iou were
being largest
''CoL' Tip Harrison Is still rushing the the transportation as will be satisfactory to ever made in a single month in that mar. represented to be located in the heart of
pension business at Atlanta. Two thousand executive committee. ket. Sales for the first five months of the large towns and to be worth $100. Every (ilvra Uel f' at onco for Jol De. Et i i.API"
have been issued This will secure the exposition, as the had deed Xottrilt. Quit"l" Abbtd.5Oc. Lot
and five hundred a to some imaginary town rgagor YLYBUO&
tobacco negro .
were .l> mall. as
by T.
street car companies and the railroads year 17,027,987 pounds, as Wanes St..N.
applicants now on hand. CoL Harrison lot. -
tent off $0.400 in pensions to 119 applicants leading into Atlanta have never failed to against last 13,833,157 pound for the same -up CURE
who had named him as their agent do their part when the benefit of the city period year. ELECTROTYPERS OUT. m Biliousness,)
to collect' the is in question. The National tobacco works, at oula-. I,
Comptroller Headache
$ Wright si' agent, has sent pentious to It will be the most thoroughly representative ville,and belonging Pfingst, Dierhelfer; A Big Strike in. Force at Boston, ,
bout 000 to date.It' and complete exposition and incorporated at $400,000, has ThisPbturePuelstzemaaedfor4cents. Malaria.BILE
Mass.A .
most productive of beneficial result of been sold to a cigarette: syndicate in which
hai, ,discovered that the late yet held. Kinney Bros, and Allen &; Ginter are dispatch of Saturday from Boston. F. SMITH A CO.,

arm of Phillips Brothers, grocery dealers, | any The Boli,..lk..k QaeitUa. 1.,11.. u ...... .n.. .I... 1u.1I..A""' ""'"'' ."".. M"'" ....".... a""K'u-....t- Mass.. rays: The elcctrotvmro' strike, of Makers of "Bile Beans'J. BEANS

of Augusta, had,.forged endorsements to The legislature! at its last session, ning of a great combination of the tobacco which mention has been made; it aseum- 255 Ir 257 Greeawlcb St, N, Y. Cit y.
notes amounting! to about (5,000.: .One passed a important resolution manufacturing interests.An fog serious proportions. The strike has -.
of the notes,for 2,000, was paid by the very concerning been sanctioned
by the International
On Saturday
who school books. And it's beginning dispatch says:
man of
possession the store the electric and Typographical; ;: Union, which means not
to be heard from. gas plants were
after the the failure of the firm; also went The resolutions aro M follows: old to F. M. Gordon, of Baltimore, who only financial aid, but is also interpreted "AugustFlower"
through country and collected all represented the bondholders of the that pressmen employed in book and job
debts due the cum have for Resolved, 1st, by the senate, the house concern
They offices will do
unknown.A parts concurring, That it shall be the duty of for $1,100. The new owners take not any presswork from
the state school commissioner of Georgia, charge immediately. Everything will be plates made by non-union electrotype:
telegram has been received from in ship-shape, and the plants will Further thin this, If non-union electrotype -
if to put
possible inaugurate a system or plan
Messrs. Brown &; Kooe, of Ban Marcos, by which school books can be supplied to both be run on full time. and pressmen are secured the type 0 #'00GENt"
Texas, stating that the trial of Snyder; 1890 from which the plates are made by men 1q tr
the children of The
the state at of
a greatly reduced Mississippi legislature Defused
who murdered his wife at that place to submit who take the strike,' places, will not be does he feelHe feels

some time ago, would begin on the id of price.Resolved, 2nd. That it shall also be the people, ana a prohibition the recent amendmentto constitutional dittributed by union printers.THREATENED cranky, and is constantly experi-

March. In a letter to parties in Rome, the duty of said commissioner to inquire convention declined to insert a menting, dieting himself, adopting

the legal firm wrote that Snyder was go. into the feasibility of publishing all prohibition article Therefore the prohibitionist DISASTER. strange notions, and changing the

lag to do "the Insanity act, that his school books by the state, by contract have organized a third party, cooking, the dishes, the hours, and ASSES
attorneys a dm in Austin Fears Entertained at the
were going to with authors and publishers, or otherwise and are talking of running candidates. in Rapid manner of his eating-August
to get I change of venue. and make a report to the adjourned future for every office. Rise of the Mississippi.A Flower the Remedy.

Twenty thousand dollars, in silver del session of the present general assembly, A New York dispatch of Tuesday says: New Orleans dispatch of Sundaysays
lars, halves and quarters, were shipped should there to one, if not, to the next Mr. Hugh T, Inman will be the president : Concerning the condition of the How does he edl ?-He feels at

to Washington city a few days ago by general assembly, of all information acquired of the Central Railroad and Banking Co., lerees an uneuy feeling has been pro- times a gnawing, voracious, insatiable

the The National Exchange batik of Augusta. by him, with such recommendations of Georgia. Mr Inman's salary will be duced along the lower Mississippi by the appetitewholly unaccountable) W. L. DOUGLAS

bank had $15,000 in silver on deposit u will assist in solving this question $20.000 a year. At the office of theRichmond continued rise of the water Information unnatural and unhealthy-August '
which it could not handle, so it is and affording: desireu relief. Terminal railway the report has been received to the effect that Flower the Remedy. S3 SHOE CEN"[MN.

ending It to Washington city to be exchanged The states' publishing its own schoolbooks was confirmed, though it was said the the present condition of the Mississippi _6'.tfItch".Oe..I.e W-1Itoe.1UoI Hand-.ewer, u .._..,...... ...
>commetida' If.
>for greenbacks. It costs the U out of the question. The state change would be delayed because of the river and tributaries threatens a disastrous How does he feelHe feels no '4"n&'IT" _'lJW.lt. A AM oatf aiuMaS.1 _

bank $3 a thousand to ship money to can make a contract with publishers and death of John 11. Hall. overflow from Mempis to New Orleans. desire to go to the table and a equalled*??tot*?""' Web 4abW'r.Ie &be: andard in*
Washington city, so they sustain Iou authors to books The main river well the tributaries 8boe... .
a supply or can adopt for as as grumbling, fault-finding popular.J>I'Io.
of $80 on the shipment. A bill has passed the Alabama legislature over-nice 3.60 P..lce... lth.. Y ..pedaUy ......
its schools uniform series of textbooks are higher than at this date last
any which appoints a commission composed year. ty about what is set before him when hllroe4 mea,'araoen..ate
The high waters in the it select. The actual inauguration The greatest apprehension is felt by all Alt mad.a. Oonpes, aurae and lax
rivers around may of lIon. Thomas lion John he is there-August ... .. .
Rome Seay, Flower the 3.00 &be oaIJ'...... .....ebW
has done of reform of this the living in the The
sort Mississippi valley.
some damage in the count any by asal.popalar J>I'Io..
T. Milner and lIon. R. T. Simpson to Remedy.
try districts. Sunday a sawmill commissioner, while it seems authorized hard fight of 1890 is now being repeated 1'.30 Do..laelt.. f.r LUI......_...
morning have a made for a railroad from and pro-
or rather I part of one, floated down the by the resolution, would hardly I be a the Tennessee survey river through west Alabama with the rivers higher than last year, and How does he feelHe feels $1.00 db..t... Ladta.rind11.4bforIIta.M a b.eoi..err potlar.

Oostanaula and was caught by two colored satisfactory proceeding- Mr. Brad- to Mobile. The object i> to Inducecapitalist still rising at an alarming rate. after a spell of this abnormal 4U.-rain ratan..arraatMl lbelr srtl..r and ,tamped,"".e&rla.;wttk eea.ar..a
fishermen near the Home and Decatur well thinks-and the action that will be -- -- appetite beaam. 11 d.wu..d local_ reactsupply,...,
undertake the
bridge. The saw and other portionsof taken Is this: The commissioner will of the road* to and $9,000 are DEATH OF SENATOR HEARST. and an utter abhorrence loathing, '-prel dims,"" a "aeIor7.1tCIoeIq. .d.eru.ad priee _
appropriatedfor detestation
the machinery attached to the woodwork carefully and fully investigate the matter of food ; as if a W. DObiakVULA5.. B..u-II. :
and then make to the the survey.Wellington. mouthful would kill him-August t.w.eeEUeeeupled .a'e..I. e......"
was ought and hauled out of the a report legislature Stephenson, cashier at the The Total Death Roll 'of this Flower the ....,. Id take.""'.lIiv.ijUC1 I
its session with Remedy All d,ertl.ed bemt '
: It next
water I.
During the day I part of a gin. recommendations freight depot of the Kansas City railroad Congress Is Now Fifteen. '.1' Hle.irueg ...'.1....local. paps. I

seed hone came down, and with it a lot of who was arrested at Birmingham Ala., Senator George Hearst, of California, How does he feel?-He has irregular Th*t.l..r.d :,
cotton. This favo reaeded
the was also rescued by PLANNING for embezzlement Monday waived examination died at his residence in Washington City bowels and peculiar stools- veu.aaasr'. Pour ;
men. A REUNIONOf Tuesday, and being unable to Saturday night He has been ill for along August Flower the Remedy m.soe..Cabba to. a ". SMdior t*. Ilaowl Mda.
Ur. Hunter McDonald resident make bond went to The total amoutof
engineer jail. time with a complication of disease oawara.lkwrwe.(iie6of
of the Western and Atlantic road, the Blue and Gray at the shortage, so far as can be learned from resulting primarily from serious derange- T23m: ', aid S..wWaoa saw It*roawod.sA'eapabUiUM I
left Atlanta a few day; ago, to look after World's Fair In Chicago. a hasty examination of the books, is ment of the bowels Absolute quiet and ,wUl pay Sloe for la. bMS

the Tennessee and Coosa extension of the The confederate veterans of Vicksburg $1,835. Stephenson offers no explanation rest was strictly enjoined by. his physicians KING ?rW MM oIMbaM wak I from win KMllw IOTBMerf

little Nashville and Chattanooga road. This Miss., have sent to Monticello, IlL, to an andJiaa not made a statement.It and his official duties were lightened 30 1_eta .Ca&akJne.TIH.-.free.La .

road (now extensonha had a mat aide-de-camp of the commander-iu-cbief is expected that the unvebng of the u much as possible. Notwithstanding "'.... ...

interesting career. It was one of the of the Grand Army of the Republic, plans Confederate monument at Jackson, Miss., the fact that be received the most t PROF. LOISETTE'S NEW
first railroads chartered in the state of for a proposed reunion of the blue and on June 3d, will be a memorable event careful nursing and most skillful medical COUCHRCURES --, .
Alabama IMS being the date the privi the gray at Chicago during the world's In the state' history. The statue of Mr. attention, a steady and uninterrupted ; MEMORY. BOOKS.
lege being given to build it a-- se 1n,eras I<...wy ar.ara a....
from uads- Davis which is stand In the hollow decline was observed and it was Hen DOCTORACIER'S akMt
den to fair. The plan' U to have a pavilion so avrfl lac. rail TablM *t OMMU-......
Ountersville. Work commenced erected at Chicago to be called the base of the monument i* now being finished several weeks ago that his case was a Mir W to O>a*wae.rd.a..ddk.oadeeep
in ...
foot .
1850 raiMrmiMUac raja
and after a long eerie of upaand blue and the gray," for the old veteransof in Italy Miss Winnie Davis, who hopeless one. lie will be buried in ban: es.- Addra I.--a.AA.

downs, extending; through a period both armies. in which flags, swords, created so much enthusiasm when the Trtncisco._ _ !nt.LOLOTTt,tH Mtt AT-,law YedI ,
within thirty; years, it has been completed to guns and other relics will be stored, the cornerstone VTM-.laid in 1623, will be SEIZED THE SHIPS I

Nashville six mile of Cartersville. The veterans to camp In tents furnished by present at the unveiling.A PENSIONSb :r.sls.

Chattanooga and 8t Louis the war department. The various states Nashville dispatch says Governor ENCLISH urr..ta'.
road acquired control of it about two In Order to Use Them as Block. ..- :. -e -'......
will be asked to furnish for Buchanan sent in his first veto Saturday, r..w1 ar.r
months ago, and has since been transportation ade Runners.A a..au.... __ .. >ee'."..w,., ._..
at work expects Old soldiers within their borders and the being on a bill returning to Hendenon .. YBAGGYKNEES
the finishing it up. It is government will b e asked to furnish county all state taxes that may be collected New York dispatch says: A notice REMEDY "
Job will be
completed by June. rations. A blue and gray building U to during the next two year on that part of was issue Sunday to merchants having UGreeli Fist Stretcher
The railroad ,commission held an i important be built by all the states combined. The the Midland railroad lying; io Henderson business with the writ coast of South .:......*.** bf "<. MU. A.h.d sd w.r
meeting in Atlanta I few days; governor, of the different state will ap county. The amount involved i* America that ia consequence of the rnoI I SOLD IN ...1-...... .6'R car.It,"."'_--...",,... bseee.. .s!"WJ-. ..
t mul
.. t
ago. The most important development pointcowmittees to carry; oat the pro about 1000. The county bad vote lution in Chill, the Compaaia Bur Americana I ENGLAND -. J.- --L.Y. : Iii W__fWV_._ ___ ....a.WANTED'PSSSP ...
was la regard to the Joint rate circular gramme. The reunion is expected to last bonds to aid the building of the railtoad, de Vaporea ha been compelled to & "
Issued some time ago by the commission. from tea to thirty days. The confed- and was unable to meet the interest. The discontinue its Chili service. The action tor 1*. 1K
The f CeBtral has been cited to show reason Intel have written to the president ask veto message, when read was rigorously of the comp&nyll ails to t* due to r Sr-y taj. ? M*.. *. _.
at the next meeting of the commU- ing his assistance to carry out their plans applauded the fact that theUuurgeau have seized asaaie8-- "'- ASdee

dog, why they have.failed comply: with I for the reunion and the southern sexton a bill was passed in the North Carolina about half of the ships of the companyand tOf II OMt bottle '- -, .
it. The Zest: Too.... it is I and hem to use a* blockade .
understood congressmen hart also been called onto legislature Saturday, incorporating put noera. Bask t..paa.
has also.refuiwd to carry out this order, | aid In the work. the South Atlanta university. Thi ,i" .to IT TASTES, COOD_ ..IOHEIITrDY.awsif tstvtfeat... bv M i.'. ..wl'r.tj VsWkilssstv............Aviv w aera.

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trictLegWative Councils promotingthe What They Knew.The .
ALLIANCE NOTES. the and for 'i'hedrngglaG thrmcoont the errantry are .. wI
interests of order
general tnaklnt speclaltr. of handling Baw)*.'CnrsUlib .t
securing such legislation as may be indicated I !'l Lrase They write that they make
: by the demands of the State and ancient Gauls need a reaping ma more money, in proportion out of thin line
chine. his lock than anything da they In stock. Ttune
OFFICIAL. Hobbs gave name to a fairy
t National bodies It shall devise the best fine Rlaws hare ben adv rtired txtonslrelr
{ means for securing such legislation for its found In the tomb of Egypt. for many> rears, and bar received the *11.
a National Farmers' I 'Coins were stamped with engraved dies donwmcnt and anproral of thousands of the
Alliance county as the order of said county may I Met rltliens' of the United etAt_ Thy are
t Industrial Union. indicate. It may establish by-laws for ill to far back that we have lost the record, eagerly sought after. by *pclac1e-warr*
government. It shall give active cooperation I and movable types are said to have been ever)whrre and It will pay druggist\ and genPeal -t ylY r
merchants In stock of throe
put good i
;, : onrcs OF THE: I'RMIDU'1' in disseminating all matter of know to the Itomans.In Exclusive' aslelegtvsntoonearmIn each town. I
." Information Alliance literature designed all\ and 1 be trade ran' be built op, and the entire
; WA HIIWTOKD., 0 Feb. 10, 1891.J'I" or that pertains to sculpture Spectacle' btislnm of a lam section can be
'. To Mi Memberd ipoftJu Rational Farmer for tie membership,'and for securing an painting the ancients knew so much that monopolised with there(oral*. Factory' De-
efficient lecture service for its county;; their superiority has never been questioned eatnr M, and salesroom Whitehall 8k, Atlantn -
iAUianee and Industrial Union Ga. For terms and prlrm address A.
provided, that no Coilnty Legislative and their work remains M unsurpassed K. Hawk,, 18 Whitehall Bt, Atlanta.
In mpliance with instructions from Council shall advocate any measure in models. *
: tie national legislative council of the conflict with the constitution, laws or ( .\V take pleasure" In calling the attention of
All the mechanical the screw
ourrondi _
powers to the advcrtlMinient of the Ob
National Farmers1 Alliance and Industrial demands of the State or National bodies. i lever, pulley, incline plane, wedge, bronita Manufacturing Company, which ap How .'
Union I present herewith a plan' for the For the purpose of organising this sus.tern wheel and axle, were known to the ancients pears the In anothercolumn. TAII company are many people '

t: organization of a lecture .system through. the National President shall designate I and used in every day lira They of Vaseline, which"" and Is known only manafae.Surer. all over there are who regard the

+' out our entire order, which was adoptedby and publish to the order the date on were expert builders as existing relics the world as the best .emollient and the moat

the council at its meeting in the city which the county and disttic* legislative IeStif unsold valuable by family druggists remedy throughout In UM!. the Their country good, coming of winter asa con .r4;{

.t Washington, Feb. 4, 1891.t councils in the various States shall a avene. bat w e wish to caution our renders,when buy
In schools at the day we stant state of siege. It if the elements sat down
our present seems as
I was further instructed to designate .. '1 he State presidents shall desIg- ing. to acrrpt only goods in original packages, 'i

the date on which the', first meetings of nate and publish to the order in their respective use Writ'"Euclid's en by Euclid Elements 2,200 of Geometry Euclid and labeled,Mimetlmr Cheicbrongh. nnncrnpulons!Manufacturing dealers Company try outside the walls of healthand, now and again led the
the and district' years ago.
county legislative councils States the place at which each toanistltutepreparationswhich an of little
should be held. All lecturers of the district legislative council will convene also wrote on music and optics? antedatmg .value when compared_ with_line. and some north wind and his attendant blasts broke over the
much wnicn we think: we dis- are injurious and unsafe to nsn.
subordinate bodies of our order together within its distrIct. Hy sending the company a dollar by mall, spreading colds: pneumonia and death. Who
with the county lecturer of their respect. At the first meeting of the district covered. the Bonder will receive free quit an assortment ramparts, j ,

ire counties, will meet at the sam time legislative council, it shall elect by ballot Natural gas eonveyed in bamboo tubes) without of any these charge beautiful for delivery.and valuable W- goals know knows when the next storm may come and what its

and place at which their county meeting a lecturer for said unless was utilized in China centuries ago, and whereof we write when wssay the"Vaseline"
'is held in the month of April next. such lecturer has been district provided one of the Mongolian authors writes of Soap Is a revelation.A effects upon your constitution may be ? The fortifications .

r All county lecturers will meet on and shall report the name and boxes which repeated the sound of voices movement on foot In Paris against costly of health must be made SCOTT'S
Wednesday, the Oth of May, next at such postoffice address of such lecturer of men long since dcad-an approximation funerals. strong.

: e place within their respective congressional promptly fo the Stale president, the State to the phonograph of Edison. FOR Dyspepsia, Indirection and Stomach EMULSION of pure ,Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and

.; districts as may be designated by.the secretary and the national president, each The people of Tyre were such expertsin disorders Tonlo, It rebuilds urn Brown's the system Iron Bitters.,cleans the The Blood Beat Hypophosphitcs of Lime and Soda will aid to hold t
,president, for tho of elect- that the remains you
purpose of whom shall keep a correct list of the dyeing Tyrian purple and strengthens the muscles. A splendid ton

ing a' lecturer for their respective Congressional same. unexcelled to this day. The Egyptians to for weekend debilitated person out against Cpughs, Colds, Constttnption, Scrofula, (
districts and for the
also wonderful and could
were dyers, During the peat year 8333:: new books were
r ;before of them.such other business as may come Ottumwa (Iowa) World says: "Someof produce colors so durable that they maybe issued by the American publishing house General Debility, and all A"amt'and Wasting'e

The presidents of the Slates' will at the mercenary subsidized papers of called, imperishable.The llerls V....".,.Mak M...,. Diseases, until the siege is raised, // prevents wasting : .
the old think to ridicule ancients were wonderful glassworkers Jboncrlita maMilnefor gold sllvtr
parties heap on llatlnt
" once designate to tbe county legislative and nickel and It work When '
peo in children. .
Palatable .
the \ : and discovered a method of as
it the "
councils the place at which the district sub-treasury plan by calling .. about It they bronuht more spoons,
'government pawn shop.' Now since making it malleable, which wo have not Forks and Jewelrr than 1 could plate. ID. .
legislative councils respectively will meet have mentioned it what is the dif been able to do. They could spin class week 1 male $:A and In a raonin. $ST. M St'ItClAL.-Scott' Emulsion Is and I Is I ,
on the 6th day of May next and will they daughter male tit In five ,I.'... Yonoanv*{ non-secret, proscribed by the lledloal Pro
also indicate ference between a government pawn into garments, dye it in every shade of a Plater for S3 from the Lake Eleotrlo Oow, fesslon all over the world because Ingredients.. scientifically combined such *
: to the district councils at shop for wheat or cotton and a government the rainbow and etch it with marvelous Jn: te."od. ilL, and will. we trust, be benflled *. manner to greatly Increase their remedial ".1.... : I
; their meeting the place and the date at as much as 1 have been. A RaADaB.
which the State legislative council will pawn shop for storing bonds or skill. "' CAUTION.-Scou'.ltmul.lon la put up In salmon-colorsd wrapper Do sore an4
whisky Our kind, paternal government Layard fnund in the ruins of Nineveh FITS stopped free by DR, Kt.IHm'S QBIATNuiTitUESTOHsn. the Scott Downs Cheml.t.NewYork.'
;. ::' meet.. i j I No Fit after nest day's get genuine. Prepared only by ,Manufacturing
.Believing that the plan adopted will stores bonds and gives the owners 90 percent what Sir David Brewster pronounced to 11'". Marvelous, cures.' Treatise and tJ trial Sold by all Druggist

:1f'!f.::' : prove an efficient and powerful auxiliary ot the face ill money, at 1 per cent be a "magnifying glass," and nearly lottlc Irte. Dr. Kline eel Arch BU Phila.,r..

)\'i" .. in our work as a great and active educational Interest. The farmers ask this same 4000 year ago the Egyptians: and Assy tee Wn's Chinese Headache Cure. HarmIrMln ,
's the national government to occasionally store nonperishable rians observed the stars through a ".Ud- effect, qnlck .and poeltlv In action. Have You ?

!$14' council agency cordially, and earnestly legislative recommend products and give them 70 or ing tube" which we" have reason to Adele&Co..OB\Yraudol Feet rrrrald: on receipt. eetKanaasCityMoOklahomaunldeItookandMaysent of tl per bottle a Cough
80 cent. of the value at 2 cent.
: U to the entire brotherhood per per belieye was a telescope.

: throughout tbe United,, States for immediate interest. If the drones, who live off the Twenty centuries before the birth of eorecelptof tuou.Tylr*Oo..Kanaaa anywhere Olty.Mo.

;',i',.- _adoption. It is commended as labor of the workers, can be accommodated Watt, Hero of Alexandria described Have You a Cold ? k;
at a "government pawn shop; IfsfntPled with sore eyes nse Dr. lasso Thomp
absolutely essential to the of our machines whose motive was steam
success power son's Lye-water.DruintlsU sell st2uo per boll! .
,:i if those who : in
never produced enough
cause. lie also invented a double force pump,
:'" their whole lives to keep their worthless used fire and the BXCCHAU'S PILLS cur Billons and NervousypP0fllq
Let us resolve that the year: 1891 shall as a engine, anticipated His. ?
,', souls and bodies be Consumption
60) dIstinguished' above all the years: of together a week can modern turbine wheel by a machine he .
furnished with
for bonds
::F" our history for vigorous, active, success storage and named UN eol pile."

ful work. Let our great order be thoroughly whisky wealth,, the why foundation cannot the of producers the prosperityof of all The science of optics must have been Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of

aligned on the principles we have pretty far advanced in the days of Alex- '
the be allowed the
: / enunciated, and assurea ,victory will be republic," same ander the Great, because we know that $ S
privilege Why Sweet Gum and Mull'einWILL
; ,ours. he bad a copy of the "Iliad" inclosed in
....'. Select the member best qualified insubordinate Polk* a nutshell, and it is quito certain that it 1
Colonel L. L. the National Alliance
and district bodies -
county could not have been written without the
for this important and responsible work. president, has written Georgia's aid of a microscope. CURE YOU 4

Have this plan read and discussed in governor a letter fn which he commendshim a
In medical skill the oriental physicians
every organization belonging, to our for refusing to take part in the recep of India practiced vaccination 1,000 years Ask your Druggist or Merchant for It. Tako nothing else.
order. tion of Jiy Gould., The letter is as follows t
Let the watchword "Forward" : aero. Anectthetics were known in the ,
days of Homer, and tho Chinese 2,000
along the lines L..L. pots WABHIKOTON, D. C., Feb. 111801. PIAN.o-
had of
:i' :' President N. F. A. and L U, Governor W. J. Northcn: My Dear years ago a preparation hemp,
Sir-Official dignity when by: known as "una yo to pain- i11'
supported something similar to the modern cocaine -fpi Writ us. W > will SEND our
dignity of true manhoOd, always I : :
Plan for Organizing a Lecture commends itself on the approval of the I --:-- 100-PAGE CATALOGUE FREE '-1
American people. Toadyism in official The Art of Being Entertained. ._ ,
and Information. W.
: valuable
System Legislative giving
life condemn and Please
they -
ONE ENJOYS; make It easy to deal with us
13, Councils. accept the cordial grasp of my right: Let everything dark melt away before a -- WHEREVER YOU LIVE. Our prlo.

COTJHTT LEGISLATIVE COUNCILS. hand, after reading your letter on the I sunny nature. If you go to a home for Both the method and results when are MOST REASON ADL&Cforetrlotl1
The lecturers of sub-ordnate! bodies of Gould reception, and accept my sincere I a social visit, be merry ba easy of manner Syrup of Figs is taken; it U pleasantand YIRST-OLASS PIANOS. WB ,

t:, 'the National Farmers' Alliance and .Industrial wishes for the success of your hopes and l ready to join in what has been pre refreshing to the taste and acts SELL ON EASY PAYMENTS. p

"., Union, in counties having coun prospects. pared for you. Learn the great art of gently yet promptly on the Kidneys T

t organizations shall constitute the'County Yours very respectfully and truly adapting yourself to your surroundings.Don't Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system w. take OLD PIANOS In TWOTHOUBANDMILESAWAY.Wsguar,
Legislative Council, of which the PULL forever: expect your friends) to accompany effectually, dispels colds, head-

;_ County Lecturer shall be ez-officio chair- you, or show you around. Goo aches and fevers and cures habitual ante satlsfaatlonor Piano to be

man. The SovtfiMit Enlcrpriti (Popular !( by yourself, even though you have no constipation. Syrup of Figs it the returned to us AT OUR EXPENSE for

DISTRICT LEGISLATIVE: COUNCILS. Bluff, :Mo.) says: "The Ripley County special errand. Show your hostess that only remedy of Its kind ever pro- RAILWAY FREIGHTS BOTH WAYS. It
Farmers' and Laborers' Union met {aDonlpban do not expect her or her family to
you duced the and >
The lecturers of the several counties pleasing to taste acceptable IVERS' : POND PIANO CO.;ggsTTfoWtASkIW
last Friday and Saturday, and continually wait upon you. Enter into to the storanch prompt in &
'composing a congressional district shall much business circle be of them inspirit
among other unanimously the family 'one I
Its action and truly beneficial u its >'8 UtMKKf Hill lA1'4utw.-u.-Ir.: Easiest
constitute the District Council to UM.
Legislative the of the National that when after band-
adopted platform so a hearty
from the t lifuprsU luillnf Is linmvUutM. A cure 1* oeruUn Jror
effects most
of which the District Lecturer shall Farm rl' Alliance and Industrial Union snake at the station, it may bo said of prepared only Cold la Uu Head It bus uo"'Iu.I.| fIt

be ex-officio, chairman. formulated and adopted at Deals, Fa. you: "What a pleasure she ha been I healthy and agreeable substances its

STATX LEOISLATIVB COUNCILS. The sub-treasury plan was thoroughly How easy to entertain I"-Tl. Lndiet' many excellent qualities commend it A /k sss. sr
I to all and made it the
have most
The president of the State Alliance, discussed and after the imaginary "llall- Eonu Journal.._ .
the State Executive Committee, the State Chew" arguments were answered, it was -- popular remedy I. an Ointment of which a small piutlH Is ap 'lied to the
;. '. Lecturer (where such office' exists) and unanimously adopted." Injuring Cattle. Hyrup of Figs is for sale In BOo nostrils Price,as.'. Hold. t T dninjluinor sent b, rjiMl.
Address K. T. llAUtLTlirii
and Wsrron, Pa,
f 1 bottles all leading drug
by r
\ the District Lecturers of the congressional .%
'districts of the State shall con Michigan' bas a cow insurance club, of gists. Any reliable druggist who CN oiiuire'a (N.USN, RED CRods DIAMOND BRAND,

stittrte the State Legislative Council, of The Farmers' Alliance editors'of Kansas which the Dairy World t&yt: On jolni"K may not have it on hand will procure ? RONMt r iS& .
met at Hutchinson a few days ago and each into the 75 ERW .
person pnys treasury who
it for
: which the State President shall be ex- organized the Reformed Press association cents for each in his and promptly any one vwo.reisa.AN.l1NUINt. fteMi,......... MwM.
cow possession,
; officio chairman,' of Kansas. Resolutions demanding wishes to try it. Do not accept any e ...t_W. 0..._ M .a'M".w'. M.W.. 01..d III .4WNW N.rIWr..r.
were passed when a cot belonging to a member dies M -....,..... Tekeooo4keFiU 1 d. eM-. s
DTJTIXS OP, STATE LEGISLATIVE COCNCIL. the formation of a National an assessment is made and $40 is luiJ to substitute. A... UlU.I*p."a.O.W Mu..r. -.w.1..... ::p./rM4. .sp..Nwartad.
I. M Y
It .1 all bathe duty of the State Legislative Farmera' Alliance part; recommendingan the loser. After this initiation lea the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP C& ..Wi.e.e kf,..oil.._i.wl.... Krosaiillicl'S .r.... GMIC"I.na Gai i. .uIA"I'IUJ..U'1IJoiiU.co.jJr: 'Z- _... I

Council to meet at the call of the eternal severance from all other parties; members are required to pay nothing except CAN FRANCISCO, CAL. '

State president, and to provide means for demandicg that all classes of labor be the assessment", and as the club tOtll'VIUE.lIlt wax EDL.HUNTLEY'S tuiTs"" F e:NIW:::

the dissemination of Alliance literature accorded equal privileges in the People's already numbers 130 members a comparatively --- nalr.nal .atl.faalUa. Wkjr(hwud y sIMM p 4. -VASELINE-

: .among the brotherhood in their respective party, and demanding the passage by insignifi'-aot aunt is levied upon !.....,.ad.'. pnau...., Sud eau..yec.l.foU.dlrart 001.from.nMmn M,U.*
States and to promote and advance the congress of the service pensioa'bill. each. Three claim have thus fur beenpaid. \7) tad ..will futraalM N II sad plM yea *r MfuM .'

demands of tho State Alliance and of the ... four>>v.r ..'..*!../close. KulM lor tta MMnMati Wr ,- br.l' wan mmmrm..r awe vast-tu A,,oME-noLLan_.....01', .b.r1.1..rLMSSdae.w..CM..*..
". Supreme. Council It shall prescribe the Kansas hita Kan.) : ,/ t:*al vol.! ..::r law lg sawn raw ...soh I.b..t daW.y. oa fit W iozwN, _.
N.ndbigV..tsforII..wpw.1..rSieMeal ..,
term of service, the compensation for the reform is The tight of The Sun. sad ... ... hI 7 -- -
"Pure Alliance simply this. -- -- taps iMMiir. .Y9'Bal..to. Os>*IWO-IMUOS kaMI*af fwn Vast......' taala .
same and provide its for each : 1 tcp7 IIUNTUCV( .S JO. Co ..... '..
payment Uao
The is not Democrats > r..d
organization fighting ..
; Ill ht OWIM Unit,c.-,M. wi7lw
The times much OBO Is ( . r
of the district lecturers within the State.It sun give 000,000 as *e Oreo*
but has lnlu.KING 11/.
or Republicans; organizedfor OaeL.keof VsoaUne Caol orlse, ., .
shall co-operate with the National Leg self When either light as the full moon, 7,000.000,000times OMCkk protection. party COTTON i.-- :ssar1.y5:: :
oa.ab.ff .- ,
as much as the brightest star in the So.p ( n ,
islative Council in all measures and or the leaders of either party, do not O",_......M While -II-
methods for -securing such legislative work in the interests of the laboring sky and 80,000,000 times as much a. all Boy or sell your Cotton o"JONES$60S"Ton -
reforms as be indicated la the demands the reform ed the( stars in the heaven combln d. In size Or/WiM _.. ild..4d..4GiM'
may then through o .sI
mass ,
pure the t.3IJO,000 earths but owingto Cotton Scale .....: ..
of the national sun equals a..eM M p.nu.4.e N
body; provided ucation instilled into the minds of its j
I its smaller density its weight sonly \ C.t [5NN.ra.-" ..
that State Legislative Council shall cqua BUT KIT. aw 1 :.
members; they will receive a rebuke that 300,000 i arths. Current Literature, \ Ness sddnstOT M .. __....._-.0: MtsSTrswSALAFAGLEFA r+
advocate any measures which may con will be a lesson worth rtmembering. BIBOHJU4TOS Caw......h. 51k. Cwr ,.J.T ..... .
filet with the constitution or laws of the V Bwar .1 (llatiarsl l.r Catarrh Thai 't \ '," IilO..n4Wb1 Y. ,
order, or demands the State Alliance ; c....*. Denary, -- :..- !
The Alliance Vindicator
and Supreme Council. I A*msreurjr will surely d.-trojr the '.n. of :.)'BabtW !
Springs Tex.) says: "Alliance men art email and coroplvlvly Uvranvs the wbfl. .,.. V hums wlib-
DUTIES OF DISTRICT LEGISLATIVE COTJCILS. (- becoming more determined day to torn when catering II til luu lUaniuiou. urfae .. TW ladtMi lUrte Ba..4y. HatoM's *T.a. ... S. r
every war- todlcatlua. Mok HosHinkaTcAitaoasasJallTKHibiMvt
**> buck &rlclwl should asvr bn w.d.z.c.pa ....0' -v.\a.-aaune
stand square to the front and demand OB pre crlptlo..ros rrpltebls'Llarclan. : .l>. Ibe .sod ,
It shall be the ,duty of the District their rights at the polls. That ia the *. *. .!>. Cusses therwln no I. ,.". .l-i totb..a.b tJ& .Uawolo., now fat or yean lae eoiolin.s tkl. koA. show faith works. Demands you <-anlbl. darlv f mm Ituuiu ... .. ..... lhrao kml U>o -atr1 far ---.s .
to sukas kasta .
i Legislative Council to convene at such place by Mall'Caiarrh < u.. maouloo.urcil lor" J. COHOBBIXOTHS MarrSBOPDIAMOIID*. Do NHMElfa for kappy i. ""iroggik.vigor cad I lo* tk of ttfs. tliimoiailtooUxoaUlsOBSlo. es
I time and as be designated bj through petition or otherwise will never llmwv A l/o.. TokxJo. U ouulaliw BO iu... you kiicw that w.are tb. only direct import.are NO t.whe ff.*sad yw rl.ewa.SIMIU .1'tIeIM Afoari Oal/Mosata lor bb.s.f1aY
place may be worth iota until at the slur and is taken mlsrualljr.. aa acts dlrvct.Jy In tb. Hciuthf Do fan know thai wo oradoaltotfvlUrr ... ,.... P---.s "aed7. ,.. eoie h IOU dres.Fte.r
an emphasized "- *
[its chairman, within its district to re- OpoA U>. vioou and IUUCOIM ..rl_sal Ui. lb. N.w York IIII..rt.,.' ",JlI aa4 -,. ..asi.S?1/*./-M_.... _loa ..-1It al,prtoe 'F I.a.UI'
polls by honest ballots' cast for men .Ie.... la buying Halls a'arrh AMakICAM. ,..... 144,. Stew M !eo, tJIe.-..
ceive and consider h matters as m"ybe and representing s sor.lagsItb.genul.a> it I.tak.alul.raol.mad. curiw. llive, our uslomitr the hen'lit 01 this *4Taatwrsr ICO. nalwre ., ..01.T Yaw.M.d t'a.fr..s, rb i M........ ..... v

I Communicated to it by the State ana measure not party a,.aud .la T .1Id0,04lu. by 1'.J...l. b..ew."
+ a jrPST W ran soil you a Sue atone at the sam A OIU .t.D.tLr: ::: : on t rwWsada taay
National Legislative Councils, to exemplify Al'o, price tlial many olbors cliarn for Imparfoct, w ark JiMiai t..,....... ...rwor> IMVSU.CM !_ LADIES OILY I Uo Surii toot otM.c.r
work of the order to The Allianet Free Lane (Springfield, Bold bf IJr...lat.;Arks Tea pwbottU.Ttmbrr. Koaila.. VV. krap only flawloM diamond.. j aa4 ...w..shlolS fa*..... fioSilialul ttiHwS
the uowritten Con. ,nd aoo u abvut It. J. P. 8U''oaa ktas. W.L. Hwouo M O... t* Sutg a.. Wire III
|eeure and provide for the service of thecturera Ills.) says: "The question of tbe organization Mineral. Farm Land and Raacha bra 47Whltehallltt..Atiant.0. $..adfoeetslfwue. hI'J.11ll3: r t:: koMUM tm*CMM r

snd for' the dissemination of of the'Dew party Is being extentively'diseussed In JlMoori., }(an..*. T.*o. and Ark........, kt ........ + ...IuH..... :,wNri1 A. N. U..1'"., 1S9I,
in Alliance As I rnntit and ..,jd. Tylxr A Co..Kansas Clty.Mo.
Llliance in with papers.
literature conjunction'
be State and County Legislative Count the great Cincinnati meeting which will ,
for etch county within Its jurisdic- settle this matter does not occur for overa !
be abundance of time
there will PrepareFor
on. It shall with the State year '
"\ National Legislative co-operate; Councils in ad. to get all the pros and cons in regard to I Ovias k>la* hearty sippers nut Ski Wg trade w*here marred. from siaaheie the 9rmj ADUae w*win kweIti dn '

: sag the general Interests..Uhe order this matter fully before" the.people. Let, 5 PER CENT. DISCOUNT

for securing such legislation. State tbe agitation co on. Spring

I National as may be indicated by thee Oti aO eroen twine frees SMmbors of tho refs AllUao*. T* ors,.tkl* dlseoul la soadlag as aroors alwor kare |h* flurattJT M Tuslllail af
and National bodies. It shall WINDOW'S WIDOW you teds*easily to rear aibnklD.. a

aptly disseminate such information By Building up .

'a ted matter to tbe various counties To be the Recipient of a .Fund Your SystemSo 55.sgb OUGGIES RRAY'l 95 mmi.

oft t tte district as may be designated fern of $50,000.The .
Bftjmembership. It establish by- to Prevent Words casi not uprass tk* kaowa SOOMO*
may committee having In charge the as tkal oar WarM kMownsd uH rr a OO.M ta.uesn..t..aIIb w
** for MS government; provided, that raising of a fund for the widow of tbe /aLea OmymUm ka.. toot wuk, Tko/ r bn&.d"drrr.M"LN.la.r-
Tired .
pa DUtrict Leg;alative Coueeil shall ad- That FeelingOr bas xotfu* Uot o(teal road*, lard clfstaU N.
late lion. William Windom. secretary of ao 18) any measures which, may conflictthe the treasury 10 Friday-had received Other Illness. Pla d..Ia..kwl.Mra" (Ja.a t
> conMitatio.yor law of the. State up It STAND AT THE HEAD '
aroountia to
&tonal: | bodies -or with the demands is subscription the intention of the committee to raise Now Take Without a kaowa compotHar. 1 i Selling Direct to the W4waga'

e i State Alliance oj Bo: prime Council $20,000 more daring the next few days, Beware of Imitator* And heard dorlofhn.4..taJ4, ..w.lvacpslq p..i.4F W is.4a saes. '

lED OJ' COtrSTT LKGISLATtVB: cors CILL making a total of ( OOOO. This sues ks dsa .
Hood'sSarsaparilla Of oft Vorrvr B. g1os sad Bonos*. .* aua* w tm t ttoada.VTrif
: shall be the duty of the CountLeg. will be given to Mrs. Windom at; an early tkot you B MT ko fot BOOM DloM Mad d of '.M**' /.r'ieNs /rw*
.live Council to meet at the! call of its date. Messrs. Jesse Beligmao, J. Pier. iMoVaoAVOU ftluutrmtut tmtmlfgttf iUiii .<

aident at wh time and at such place pont Morgan, John A. Stewart, Joel B. AltJZ f9AP'T .. : :se u. 554 cm .say pass 54 oo*

bin the cocnty as he may designate, Zrftardt Job J. Knox and the Hon. ww17>C i S. 7S III IiiY Md1V'j 'iSVVteQIZ2hTtCrlr oo, CINOINNATI. OHIO.r .
Glider such roffrrs as may be red Wm. D. Wahl>va an the geatUmcacompoatag

i to it L. th.V.on J. StaLe or Dfsy I the eomlatee.t .





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TilE STKKI3T QUESTION. -Mr. Bert 'fcgbwt, of Franklin, 'Pa.., '

was In town Monday on his way north :I:
tz'd ::::! u. r h-I CLOTHING

ne.ult of the Conference Brtwiwn Rpretentatlviti > -Mr. S. I* Washbnrn, of Minot, Me., -m WD. o ,
of the Town find the Railway who has t tecn on a hunting trip! of about 1 aro i1.rJ. 6 Wt

Ofllrlat. three months, returned here Friday I.; :1:1:I. 0 w wM 6 f; & ff

tl'f1 l Send last, and will remain In town a short ... ., ceV t'" *
When it was tied!< to a delegation 1:1, l It [ ") ::J.oo... ...- HATS SHOES
itl our citizen* -headed l>jr the while ere returning home. = ;, SU ==
It c. w S: ,
Mayor and t President of Council-to confer -To parties about to build we would g r; 8 | ibE
with the railway authorities In the say-Did yon ever hear about somethingfor O 0 [

hope of arriving at an amIcable settlement roofs or walks superior to wood r,! M O OQ a : i.a

of the piMHessirm And occupancy of shingles or tin, and cheaper then either\ 6 .CIJ i; 0 O _. ''p:, o4i: g.|.lB 2 !d AT THE BAZAAR.
c:: .
]road; street, we had little hope that any If you have any curiosity In this direction p a 3 ? o. /
definite Settlement would be made; but :Write to the Indian River Lum- B Q.M 2. ; =

'M It win almostcertain that the com- ber Company for books and samples of ;, s. m ** i t 02. fi mm {Q j !

rJiJttco would ire able to at least find out Fay's Manilla Roofing, which you can '.4 01 tIJ c kJ : : .. Special Sales Every Monday
the views of tho railway company, we read about. See, feel, test, tear, soak, i'= wc wEV i i ,

felt that It might! be the flat "top In arriving boll, or try,to burn up, and then decide [ A

at a solution of this Important for yourself If their recommendation Is r: s i9e io aBSap'q' & A fi. ;' IJi8m ; J. P. TURNER & COGroceries

question.The worth anything. 8tf. p : +o y PI6 1 ; t:: ? < S
: ; i e: Ii
committee returned to Titusville 1.' F .5

last Saturday night! and from an interView Land Worth Inspecting.We g : Q :
learned that ,: g r rf. H E. L. ::ae.: .:C ,
with Mayor we o 3 ctP
after discussing the subject verbally( a are offering five and ten acre lots t:: [ rJJ :T caCO: lrJrJJ &1 5 e; e gp
ct Garden
; Seed
satisfactory agreement was reached, but of the very best hammock land with the :; ,(II ", OS'Ho 'w 3 .. p YrA Grain, Hay, Fertilizer, ;
o, B
contract the and boundaries ; ..
when the wan prepared .by corners plainly marked "' 0 1 oOC'
.... "' I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
railway attorneys, It contained, certain -further cost for survey-one mile *
concessions on the part of the town from Minis' station, postoffice and Pji = = C.CD fi tD Iii Staple Ac Fancy Oroeeriew, Fruit|

"which Messrs. Wilson and Ray could not. school at 25' to 80 dollars per acre. The : -0 aa 1.1 Po m And Food ProductsOf

sanction, and they were forced to return I adjoining pine land is very high and 1:1- ., L'J PS II All Kinds. Also My Stock of
4 "'. .
home without any settlement having rolling, and the neighborhood Is exceptionally 5 : :' 8 Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal
been arrived at. healthy. The land we offer g tiJ I ,

At this writing the proposition sub Is unexcelled In the State either for the en. I .0 '\I Ground Food and Wheat.I .

mitted by the railway officials Is being culture of citrus fruits or vegetables. am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above Until
Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. invite your correspondence and solicl
explained to our citizens, and an attempt Rich, drained muck lands, for vegetables your patronage. Very truly, .

is being made to secure an accurate ex- or sugar cane, at 20.00 per acre; and -- HOLMES 33. L. SRJ IDY.
press!on from the property-owners as to high pine MUll, for homos, at 10.00 per BREYARD COUNTY JAMES !: President

whether they desire to accept or reject acre. Apply to: ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary. GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
of the Indian River Loan and Investment Co.
the proposal railway company.
Attorney-at-Law.: Attorney-at-Law..
In our opinion-which was freely expressed 5*t.f. Robbins A: Graham, agents. STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER

when the /subject was first agitated ,
Robbins & Graham
last July-the alJurinen are simplythe The Canadian Election.

servants of the peopld. If It ll COCOA, FLORIDA REAL ESTATE ,

ascertained beyond doubt, by any satisfactory In connection with the above election,
1880.CAPITAL .
method, that the majority of our the Empire says: "The Issue was mo- Real Estate Dealers.

property-owners prefer! to give up all the mentous. The Government was assailed' : EXCHANGE

riparian rights In front of Broad street with bitterness almost unprecedented In Paid Up, $25,000. ,

rather than incur the antagonism of the lour politics By calling In foreign aid, Authorized, $100,000. ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED.

railway company, nothing remains for the opposition leaders lent themselves toa River FLA
.our Council to do but to carry out the disgraceful attempt to subvert the In- ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. COCOA, Indian Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Compw' ,

desire of the people; but It Is well to dependence of Canada and to overturn

make no mistake in the matter, and not British rule on this continent. Plottings Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. Property of All Kinds Bought, Sold and Titusville, Brevard Co., Florida.'

jump to the conclusion that a handful and schemlngs were worked out under DIRECTORS, :

of energetic partisans of the railway guise of a seductive commercial policy. G. S. HABDEK!:, President Exchanged.All P. O. Box, 250. '
We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Real Estate, and are Sole Agents foul
a constitute of
company majority our The electors were asked to believe that
HOLMES Vlce-Prenldent.
JAMES: All inquiries will be promptlyand large list of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard county.
people.We simply a business proposition was before R. B. HOLMES, Cashier. reliably answered. Fire Insurance RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Pro
give below'an exact copy of the them; for acceptance or rejection, and ALBERT A. TAYLOR, J. M. SANDERS, written In standard companies at lowest perty on Indian River. "
proposition submitted by the railway the most strenuous efforts were made, J. WOOTKN. rates. Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequal J
officials. Those portions which Messrs. extending over several years, to catch and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction. to intending Purchawl
Wilson and Ray could not agree to are who may favor us with their patronage. .
given In italics. the sympathy of the people and delude No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. ,
them Into trusting the enemies of their Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of J.o
"This memorandum of
made this seventh day of March agreement,
1801, by and between Jacksonville, this despicable movement when It rejected ,
Tampa A; Key West Railway Company, foreign plotters and their Canadian
a corporation existing under the laws of allies and sustained decisive
by a majorIty .
the State of :Florida, party of the first
part, ,and II. R. Wilson, Mayor; S.' II. the policy and the administrationwhich EDWARD STILING
Ray and S. A. Belcher, members of the have made this country .strong ,

Town Council of Tltusvllle, 'Brevard and prosperous and selfrespecting.Canada's .

county, Florida, acting as a committee reply to the annexatlonists, Cocoa Indian River Florida
with full powers to act for the Council ,
and town aforesaid In the matter herein- and to traitors veiled or unveiled, is that

after described, of the second part, she despises them, and rejects their Dealer in

"Witnesseth That whereas the propositions with scorn, and that publicmen
Paints Hardware Stoves Tinware &
of the first pan own and occupies who associate themselves with AgatewPLUMBERS'
its railroad tracks a certain street In Tltusvllle ,
known as Broad'street, the treasonable intrigue need look for no & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY, TABLE
party of the first part covenants and quarter at the hands of Indignant elec-
: WIRE, ,
agrees to permit the party of the second ors. The government of Sir John Mao-
part to use ... a public street at least Donald has been triumphantly vlndlca- New York, Charleston and Florida Lines.The & WIRE CLOTH. '
twenty (20)) of that portion of the street
which lies between the outer ends of the ted In the face of the world. The policyof

tic on each side of the street and the unrestricted reciprocity, or annexation magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed s

northerly and southerly sides of Broad baa received Its quietus, and the to sail follows M
as : I
street In said TitusvUle the
old flag, the old leader and the 'old
twenty ((20) feet on each side of said ; (etANDARD TIME.) sta
street for the length of said street on policy, have received such indorsement From New York From Jacksonville.
the northerly side to the water's edge from the electors of Canada as to sweep tier:W,E. K.) STEAMER Florida
and on the southerly side to Washington Monday, Mar. 2d. at 3 P. ......" Mar. 8th, at S.OO p. M* o
Into oblivion their detractors and foes. .
Wednesday, Mar. 4th.st S P. ...... .AIA ONJ[iS..flun'lay.."......Tuesday, Mar. loth at 4.00 A. M..
avenue, so-called in said town; it being Friday, Mar 6th,at a r. ......"CHEKOKKK1........Tbun al. Mar. 12th: at 8.00 A. MMar. .
understood that the said railway tracks Monday, Mar.. 9th,at S P. ......"YEMASSLE".... ..Sunday 1Mb, at 8.00.. M. t
shall remain as they are now located, Sharpes.Mr. Wednesday, M....llth,at 3 r. ..,...."SEMINOLK.1.i'....Tuesday, Mar. 17th at 10.00.. u .
but that said first shall its Friday Mar.lath,at 3 r. ...... .IK/ UOI8.*.........Thursday Mar. Wtb. at 12.00: noon. }
arty move Monday Mar.16th,at 3 r. M..M'ALOONQUi".Sunday, Mar. 22d at 2.00 p. M.
tracks when it shall become necessary to Wednesday, Mar.18th,."3 r. ......"CHEROKEE,"........Tuesday, Mar. 24th, at 4.00 A. N.
repair and renew said tracks at time G. B. Jones has returned from a Friday, Mar. b..ea..YEMA88EE..Tbu"day. Mar. 26th, at 6.00... ... -.rty.r -
any Monday Mar. 23d, at 8 r. ........BEMINOLE.".........Sunday, Mar. 2'th, at 6,00.. M.
no an to give at least the twenty (20) feet trip; of several days on the Banana river Wednesday, Mar.! th,at 3 r. ......'.IKOOUOlS/-.. .......Tuesday Mar. 31st, at 8.30... M. DOORS, BASH, :EJLJNJS: :EJB.XO
:mentioned Friday, lIl..27th.'a r. ......"ALOONOUIN".Thursday. Apr. 2d. aUO,30... ..
"It Is understood and agreed that the Mr. J. W. Ballantine went up to Titus- Monday Mar.3Uth,at 3 rN ......"CHEROKEE1..Sunday. Apr. 6th, at 130 A. .. Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath.
party of the first part reserves unto Itself ville hut Friday, returning next day ... Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,G.)
in this release all riparian rights on with his two married daughters and Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges/ Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
the Indian River In the town aforesaid little grandson. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
St. Johns Hirer Line.For
at the foot of said Broad street of which it Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and
U now possessed. Rev. Mr. Simmons, of Savannah, Ga., Chimney Pipe; Flags & Bunting;

It Is further agreed by the party of the and his little daughter, Miss Georgie, Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work, etc., etc.
second part In consideration of the foregoing have recently been entertained at Capt.Sharpe' Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free on application. Correspond
the St. JohnsRiver.The
covenants entered Into by the hospitable home. solicited and estimates furnished promptly.
party of the first part, that the party of a
the second part shall procure a releaseto Mrs. W. II. Sharpe and Mrs. Joseph elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamers"CITY -
and for the benefit of the said Jack. "
tftddleby spent a very pleasant day at JACKSONVILLE, '
sonville, Tampa A: Key West Railway Tropic and Georgiana last week; one of Capt. W. A. SHAW,
Company within a reasonable time, of J. S. Watson CoC01nlnission
any and all claims which any of the abutting the ladles even created some mild excitement "FRED'K DE BABY,"

owners on the said Broad street do by sitting down on a box containing Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr.,
now or may claim to have in or to the a healthy and energetic rattle Are appointed to tail from Jacksonville daily except Saturday, at SJO p. mn and from Sanford
laid Broad street daily except Sunday, at t.a.m. '
"It U understood that this entire agree- snake.
ment Is to be perpetual, and that should Negotiations are now In' progress for Read Down. Head Up.

any ordinance or further papers or the purchase of Capt. Sharpe's fine pJ"Ooperty Lean 3JO p. M..... .................... ....Jacksonville............................Arrive 1145 p. M.
deeds become necessary the party of the 8.00 p. H............. .,........... ....ralalk*................,.............Leave 1MT. ... ANDFORWARDING
second and_erecting a large hotel. Con WO A. M........... ............. .Astor ........................... too p. ..
part will procure them. It is ." ..60S... r..............................Si. Frsncls............................ 12.45 p. MBOOA.M
further understood and agreed by the sidering Its superior location, Rockledgewill .4 ..............,....."....... Berafoni............................. 11.44 A. M'.
parties hereto that this agreement shall find herself confronted by a formid- II (.00 A. M............. ..............blue Springs........................... 11.00. A. M MERCHAN'TSDealers
be the rrives.00 ...11..........'................... &inJTord............................. eec A. r. I
Town Council of Ti-
tuaviUe approved by able rival when this project Is carried ..18 ... r........... ................Enterprise........................... M 1.30... M
aforesaid In case said party of
the first part shall at any time hereafter Into effect. General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville:

demand it. Mr. O. Summerfield, of Kansas City, P.M. IRoNMONoE&lJr., Florida Passenger Agent,88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville,FU. in Fertilizers
J.O. on wharf foot Hogan Street Jacksonville FWJOHN
"The party of the second part also cove- Via, brought down to Titiuville a congenial L. HOWARD,Florida Freight Agent foot Laura Street Jacksonville.FU. ,
ante and agrees that all ordinance BOW J.A.L)!:$LIE.Superintendent foot Laura Street Jacksonville,ria.TliEO .
party of friends In his handsome P. Henderson &c Oo's
outstanding claiming or exercising any O.LtiKK Truffle Manager Howling Green New York Garden See
MARSHA H.CLYDE:,Asst.Traffic Manager,5 Bowling GreeD Mew York.
control over a certain dock or wharf at private car. They engaged Capt Fisch

the foot of said Broad street shall be repealed er's schooner, the EWe, and cruised on WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l) Agents., Orange Boxes (Crates &

u also understood and said claims that withdrawn.said town will It the Indian River for some days, payinga IS South Wharves,Pkllad.lphla. a Bowline G.....New York. paper.

keep in repair the above named twenty flying visit at their friend's, the Ush ,
(20) feet on each side thus released to it, er's, beautiful place CEMENT PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA
the whole being forty (40)) 'feet more or MELBOURNE HOUSE GRAND VIEW HOTEL
less, the further consideration herein being For Sale.A Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
that the said town of TitusvUle
Will Vanish Car Whe Desired and see that they arc properly LOADED JCEP
covenants and agrees to wave all Its very desirable cottage In North Tllusville MELBOURNE. TITUSVILLE ED. Bad TRACED Detot'.t\c..
,right, title and claim to the remaining situated on an extra large lot, ,
part of said Broad street other than thai We will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables, Furs and SkiM' i I
herein by this agreement released. suitable for gardening. Good location Within 3 Wiles of the Atlantic. Indian River, Fla. we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us.
and neighborhood. Also 40 acres of
"In witness whereof the party of the
first part has caused these present to land with house and young orange grove I. M. MABDETTE, PBOPB. Correspondence solicited on any wants-you may hare.

be signed by Its General Manager and and other tropical fruits,near LaGrange, Good Respectfully, J. S. WATSON"Advocate"
sealed with the corporate seal of said Shooting Fishing Sailing. .
and SJ miles from TitusvUle. Both of -
company, and the parties of the second
part accepting all the covenants hereinbefore theM fine properties will be offered ,
mentioned have hereunto set .cheap for the next 80 days For prices This U the moat central Hotel la town, Job 0

their hands and seals. A by WMT and terms apply to J. B. Terry South FIRST-CLASS TABLE A APPOINT. and U only one minute's walk from the Printing

&JACae0NYU.LEA11PL way Co**AWT. old, N. T., or to Jones' Atkinson attorneys MENTS.Transient Railway Depot and close to Steamboat
By General. ,
: Bates 93 per Day. Landing, 13 : QIY VS A TRIAL


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