East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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April 3, 1891
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note:
W.S. Graham, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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The Elecrlc Lights -Mr. W. T. Manning, of Scwannce, -Mrs. M. E. Titus expects to start for -Mr. J. II. Culling of Washington, -Mm. 8. A.Bravo has born quite sick -A line lot of new wallpaper, han- ;

Were turned on in all the stores last Tenn., was in town Wednesday rhomasvllle: la., to-day, D. C., tins here yesterday.Hov. luring the past weojc.Mr. some patterns, at Set-even's: drug store.*.

'night. The machinery started off with- .-Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Busch, $f St. -Mr. D. G. Multi rd, of Brooklyn, N. B. F. Brown will preach at Cocoa Stop at the Titusvllle\ Meat Market
out any hitch whatever. Two of the and Mrs. J. H. Phillips, of Mel-
street lights were also turned on. The xiuis, were visitors to town on Satur Y., was in town Tiusdiy. aid Mrnltt( on Sunday. iouriieero In town yesterday, and ,, on Washington Avenue, when you come

enterprise Is a success, and reflects great day. -The steamer S" .i'ney carried over -Mr. T. I' Wallace, of Marion, 0., gave our office a pleasant rail. to town. Fresh eggs, chickens, vegetables
credit upon the enterprise of the town -Wanted several hundred bearing 6,000 boxes of oranges to New Smyrna who has: \"'l'1"t"1'l'llg at his place at 1 beef, pork sausage, Tenncsce butter
and the Company, while Messrs. Gray & -We to note that Mr. D. 8.IIiitchliiHon .
glad !
are etc. E, J, Davis, manager. -t. .
last week. India oli\ left for home
Ender are to be congratulated on the orange trees. Send price and particulars: to-day.
manner in which they have attendedto to Robbins & Graham. 8*t.f. Money I Money! I Money !III! t to Snpt. W. B. Watson, who has been recovering! from his. severe -The Now Rockledgo hotdl'wlll be
the erection of the plant, and attend- attack of Ulncs this Mr. A., K.Klngsloy .
kept summer by
loan real estate. to Robbins& spenttlng few In Jacksonville\ open
ing to the thousand and one details that -Miss Minnie Jovner has been In on Apply a days re
Graham Titusvillc Flu.Mr. to town -The Indian River Hotel Is still open, who has made special} rate to
were necessary before the product couldbe town. a few days this week, visiting her turned\ Wednesday: evening.A ;
and will ho to receive suit the traveling public. Give this hotel -
made available. parents. She returned to City Point on and Mrs. E. G. Cole, of Wlufleld, lady told us the other day that U prepared guests

The Southern Investment Co. Monday. fas., left for New Smyrna, Saturday: on was an awful strain upon a woman's all time auuuuer.Mrs. a trial when you go to Itocklodge.Today .

-Mrs. Sackett has rented her house their WRY home feeling delighted w him latlcnce to have a huslmnd who think W. Wilson and daughter Ruth, (r'lldny) the Schooner E1U<% mIi
Major D. McConvllle, secretary and the Indian River be knows how to cook.Beekeepers > command of Captain C. F. Fischer
at Heath, for twelve months, to Mr. G. country. and Mr*. Nesbltt and daughter Elsie, oflclho1rllt"
treasurer ,of the Southern Investment will take a pleasure rniUo of about six or
B. Jones of Toronto Canada who with Dr. and Mrs. Sanford left here this \ comb foundations
Company, of Washington, D. C., arrivedIn wishing will start, Monday, for Melbourne eightH'ckK' duration. She will start i
town last Saturday night, and took his family, will reside there morning for their home In Sheffield, can get their wax "'l.rkl'lmatle\ hunch, where they Intend; spell-
for Indian River\ Inlet through which
the steamer St. Augustine: for Rockledge -Mr. Aaron Cleveland, of this//place: Mass., after having spent an enjoyable up ,or foundation: ready made: at A. ding a eoupto) vt week surf-bathing and Miami
he she 11'\11111\1I11\ for Old Ocean, visiting :
on Sunday afternoon. From thence has disposed of his property at Merrill winter here. Dr. and Mrs. Sanford have Froscher's, Tltiisnille, Kla. 8-2tMr. otherwise amusing themselves.
will go to Indian River Inlet. At the Coooanut Grove, Cape Florida
much val- to Messrs. Holmes Bros and A. A. Tayor made ninny friends on Indian River, who and Mrs. Chas. McCarthy, of
latter point his company own Colonel Yost supervising Inspectorof Elliotts\ Key, Key Largo, Key Went,
uable property, which they have begunto of Cocoa, the consideration being will be glad to lice them hero again next Portland, Mo., who have: 1.'clIIn a tripto steam easels for the Third District of. Havana, Mntanxas, Bahama Islands, eta
improve, in a small way, at present. W.OOO.. Wo should say they secured a winter. I.ako'urlh and other places down .
The Southern Investment Company own the United States, was In town Wednesday Some few days will\ lit spent at Key
valuable property In many of the south- bargain.Tho. -Mr. Spencer Bronson, who recently the river, returned here Tuesday, And evening. .. honing:: returned from Lake West, Havana, and I tho Biltlsh. town of

ern states, and pay taxes upon about statement In our last Issue that sold his orange grove at Rockledge, started oil again, next day, for Onmmd, Worth. His district embraces the entire Nassau. The following BIO the names

throe thousand acres In Brevard county, the; McAbee Co. had declined to take came up to town on Tuesday' steamer, where they expect tu stay a few weeks const from Doluwnre Bay to the southern of. those who are going on this trip:
which lies on both sides of the river Capt. Shiirpe's after promising en route for his summer home in Ammonia before returning to Maine. Wo understand of Florida Ho the development Hutchlnson Yardvllle N. J.
between Indian River Inlet and the oranges: extremity says Dr. R1 I C. ;
south end of the Narrows. The Com so to do, was true at the time; but the Conn. He left here, Wednesday,for that Mrs. McCarthy Is a friend ofMr of commerce on Indian River Jas. T. Sanders, Titusvlllo\ ; H. Yard, F.

pany acquired this property several matter has been adjusted, and the Mc Ormond.We antI Mis. Mussondou, of Bath: Me. Is phenomenal. A few years ago there McCabe, Trenton, N. J.; W Y. Elliott;
years ago, and it was their intention to Abee Co. will take the fruit. We understand tho Indian, River S. A. Bravo received Indian River
establish a lino of steamers between In- now -dipt. a very was not a single steamer on MuiTreoslioro, 1'ulal1l1; C. J,> Clune
dian River Inlet and the Bahamas; the make this statement iu justice to the Steamboat Co. Mill shortly change their nice! and valuable I'I'l'flont-wlth kind expressions while to-day there are five largo steamers Marquette, Mich. They are well provided

distance to Nassau, the capitol of thit McAbee Co. schedule, which will be satisfactoryto of rl./tal'tl-from/ Mrs. Thomas, and suoio of small steam and naphtha ) with guns, ammunition fishing

group, being only about two hundred Fred. many. Of course, thero will always wife of General I 8. Thomas, of New York, pleasure yachts.A tackle Rl\Ill\l1 other neeusMailes' and arc ;,
Mr. F. of Grand
Taylor, Rail-
miles distant from the of St. Lucie.
port lK found "kicker against: tho best who were down hero it few weeks back time return
anticipating a jolly wo they ,
Owing to the defeat of the National l Ids, Michigan, who resides at Cocoa, 4 northern paper, In referring to
schedule ever Introduced.Mr. with tho Gould : It Is a French Tho ADVOCATE wish
which occurred short- party to Titusvlllo.
Democratic party, during' the winter season, has just returned the son of Mr. W. B. Peck, says: "Phoe :
ly after their purchase, the enterprise from an extended cruise, and and Mrs. C. B. Merrill, and Mr. briar-wood pliy, beautifully mounted In nix Glass Company) of Now York and them pleasant mid safe trip.-Juit aa
hm,\s remained in stutu quo up to thepresent. Henry Merrill, of Tropic, were In town a chased silver, and In a 1 present well worthy wo wero going to press John Cameron
paid Titusvlllo a visit on Wednesday. Plttsburg; with large space In the gal-
I stated ho had decided to take the trip.,
of tho who It. The
Major McConvillo is a Democrat of Ills grasp Is Justus ]hearty as ever, anti couple of days this week. They returned lady gave Cup- lory, overlooking J the large hall, made Easter Sunday in Titusvlllo wa a
national lIe auditor of homo on Wednesday. Mr. Merrill tam o had a merry twlnklo In his eye on
reputation. was he has lost none of his jovial disposition.Mr. one of the most artistic and brilliant beautiful day tho sun shining forth In
when ho showed It to ,
the treasury for the postofllce depart brought up his brother slster-lu-law, Tuesday morning the exhibition. Mr. E.
ment under Cleveland, and expected to R. B. Herenor and his sister who were on their return ninth.Mrs. us, and appeared\ to ho quite proud of displays daring all her brilliancy Services were held
have the mall go to the Bahamas via Miss Hevenor, who have been stopping this valuable souvenir from Now York. H., Pork, who so ably represented his In !St.: Gabriel's church, both morningand
St. Luclej; the route at present being via at the Treutlor Hotel, Eau Gallic, for P. Donaldson and child, and company, deserved much credit for the evening, the Rov. Archdeacon Carpenter
New You: The election of Harrison Miss Donaldson of Philadelphia Pa. tastes and
good judgment displayed by
months to town Warranty, Mortgage Satisfaction and officiating. There wa a largo
retired our friend to private life, and some past, came up on ,
Uncle Sam's mall bags still go via New Monday's steamer, on their way to their arrived In town Monday. They have Quit-Claim Deeds, Leases, etc., for Sale him In arranging tho Phoenix Company's congregation present at each aorvlco tAl

York, semimonthly.It home at Red Hook, N. Y. They left been stopping in St. Augustine and at the ADVOCATR office. .One, lOo.; exhibit of glass shade and globes for listen to the eloquent sermon of tie
the Intention of the Company Jacksonville for some time and Wednesday electric There
was ; ; lamps. were exquisitely
three Me. dozen 60e. hundred W. above rov. gentleman The ladle very
here the steamer ,
Tuesday, on Sweeney, ; ; ,
to build a large hotel at the Inlet, and they started for Lake Worth., ,They colored shades and globes In Imaginable -
operate a line of steamers to Nassau; for Now Smyrna, from which place they Wedding .....+ Cards every tastily and artistically decorated ,Ute
are friends of Dr. and Mr -i Jarre tt, who shnpo and design some being
and it is believed that many tourists expect to visit: pnytona and Ormond. We shall bo pleased: to' time church with\ beautiful flower, haiyf. ,
who to Florida especially those spent last winter here. E etched or richly cut. Colored and cut and of
come ; I receive a share of your Ing moss, palms, fern evergreen
visiting Indian River, would make the -The following names have been added Revival services are being held by 'JU I Job Work-envelopes, glass stalactites wore swung, In a mannor various kinds, ,which graced the altar;

run over to Nassau.would make A steamer that of from or- to our subscription list this week: our colored brethren this week. Our re 8 {| leWer-l>eadn,note-heads,} r"J to form an arch, the keystone of chancel rail, lectern, organ, eta;and banners a 7
dinary speed port John C. Cilley, Lebanon, Pa.; S. Bron I bill-heads, statements, which cut 18
St. Lucie in twelve hours. There Is no porter has not been able to be present o (or anything (rise.Mr. being a large glass globe were arranged picturesquely aronn !
doubt that many tourists who make the son,Rockledge; A. Russell &: Co. Chicago owing to other Important matters requiring pt ---- Inches Iu dhlnuter.lIr. ." the church. Across the arch of the
trip to Tampa would much prefer to ; J. T. Hood, Capt. W. Lee, T. W.
his attention; but from the lusty Bethel J. Stewart, of Eau Gallic, church was suspended a large and ele-
visit the Bahamas where there is excel- Smith, P. J. Hall, J. D. Crabb, Mrs. E. notes that be hoard the J. II. of Boston was blue banner with words.
Randolph the
lent English-speaking society, than to can nightly has been visiting his brother, Mr. A. A. gant pale :
spend their time among a SpanishspeakIng II. Titus, Titusville; W. A. Beck, Mims; southern part of Titusville the meetings at the Grand View yesterday. Stewart, a couple of days this week, and! "The I.onll.I Risen to-day" the work of

population. II. B. Paxton, Wrlght vl1le; S. H. Lisk, are evidently a success, and characterized -The steamer S. V. White has been gave the ADVOCATE a pleasant call. He Mr. Robert Itanson. The choir-composed ,
With a line steamers, running to the Merrill; P. Bertlesen, MIcco; Andrew S. earnestness and of the Mrs. 0 T. FUcfc-
by fervency following-
for the for
doing duty Georglana some says, that, for hunting or fishing, uo
Bahamas there is no doubt, Gal-
D. Eau
Lee Rockledge J. Stewart
commerce would develope between the ; -Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Russell, of days past, owing to leaks In the boiler of place can come up to Lake Washington. er, organist; Mr. B. F. Brown, Mrs. 1(.
East Coast and those Islands. The Major lie; J, A. Booth, Brantley; Frank For- Chicago, friends of }fr. and Mrs. Jno: the latter steamer Deer, quail and fish abound In that F. Gruber, Mrs. F. T. Budge, Mis 8 tot-'

", says, the next president will be' a ter, Orchid; A. Neal, Eau Gallle; W. E. Carey, of Eau Gallle, arrived here Fri- Mr. J. S. Watson U now In his new neighborhood, and It Is* a regular paradise la Hale, Dr. W. Graham, and Messrs.R. .
Democrat but on being asked whetherhis Fish; Brocton, Mass.; R. B. Hevenor,
name; would be Cleveland, said, Red Hook, N. Y.; J. II. Phillips, 'lIel- evening last on the steam launch, Nyan- office and warehouse, and It Is needlessto for hunters. So far, It has been Itanson and C. II.Walton, sung hymn*

"probably, but It'Is too early to make bourne. za, and left, lied morning, for Jackson say he feels quite proud of his nice very little visited; but this summer and chants appropriate to the occasion i

any prediction." ville, St.A bgulIUne,ThomasvllleGa.ete., quarters. Watson & Co. are now prepared roads to Lake Washington will be open -
The following well Southern known Investment men are -Mr. and Mrs W. B. Peck, and Mr. having spent a most enjoyable week's to do a larger buslnes than ever; ed, and Mr, William Treutler, of the tr .oral continued directors of the '
Company: John H. Inman, of New and Mrs. Geo. Peck, as well Mr. Peck's visit at Eau Gallie. Mr. Russell Is con- and this Is just the firm that can do It. Treutler Hotel, Eau Gallic Intends '

York; Calvin S. Brice, of Ohio, and W help, left here on to-day' train, muchto nected with the well-known and reliable Push, Integrity, and energy has brought building\ a landing and have boats, etc., Hlrthduy I-art,. ,,

, D. Cbipley, of Florida.LOCAL the regret of their many friends in firm of Alfred Russell &; Co., commission this commission house to the high, reliable on the lake, the lumber for which will -

Titusville. Mr. Peck, during his stay merchants, South Water street, and well-known position It now occupies. be hauled by )fl'. Stewart. This ought Miss(favorite Charlotte Spencer her who acquaintancesgave 1* a general ..
NEWS. here, Las conducted the hotel In a first- Chicago. They hope to visit Eau Gallle to make the Treutler Hotel a favorite a birthday party to her friend but

class manner, and to the entire satisfaction earlier in the season next year. -Sergeant Homey, of the Signal Service resort for hunters next winter, when Saturday afternoon and evening at th
of his boarders and guests, and been offered the Is expected to be ready for home of her parent The hostess celebrated
by everything
-Miss S. B. Thompson, of Boston, -Col. II. L. Hart, a veteran steam Corps government her thirteenth birthday assisted
many a well-merited word of praise has boat from Palatka proprietor of an appointment at Sante Fe, their reception: on the lake. Lake WashIngton -
was In town Saturday, on her way down man by those who came to do her honort is
been bestowed upon him for so doing. New which he he has Is only a few miles from Eau
the river the Ocklawaha line, arrived last Satur Mexico, says ac an exceedingly pleasant manner, and it
-Mr. and Mm. C. H. Krafft left on They worked with a will while\ conductIng day night, and went on board the steamer cepted. lie has made many friends during Gallle, and Is easily reached from the only required a glance from our reports*
this hotel, and their efforts were In who will\ Treutler Hotel. to see that the guests were enjoying' s
the J., T. 4 K. W. R'y, this morning, st. Augustine, for Rockledge, Sunday.< his residence Titusvllle themselves without reserve, and that
for Titusville and a trip down the Indian duly appreciated. The pleasant and genial His trip was for the purpose of consummating regret bis departure from Indian River. -Mr. J. M. Laflln, who Is connected the time wa being spent as only the
manners of Mr. and Mrs. Peak en- Mr, and Mrs. Hersey expect to leave "Indian River Club whichIs of childhood be
River, before leaving for the North.- the sale of his property at the with the hours can spent
Tavares 1lrrafd. deared them to many on Indian River, last-named point, the same having been here next week.A to be built at the Ilaulover, gave our A variety of game were played duringthe

-All the steamers appear to be doinga who wish them success wherever they purchased by Mr. James E. Paine, of new sounding apparatus has been office a call, yesterday, saying he was the afternoon refreshment, and after Mater doing tam justice.t.*

good business at present. Capt. W. may decide to go into business ned Minneapolis, through the Indian River Invented In England for which several about to return to New York, but wouldbe prepared, the various pastime were eosvtlnued -

Lee told us he brought up 2,200 pack- winter. The ADVOCATE, In wishing Real Estate Exchange, of Cocoa. The advantages are claimed. The machine, down again next winter, If no unforeseen until nearly ten o'clock. Then

vegetables, etc.-on the them a pleasant and safe journey to Colonel has also been to his cocoanut says the Albany Argus, Is Intended to accident did not prevent him. The were about three dozen mailer andmisse
ages-Oranges South Egremont, hope to see them on Worth and it reliable of! location for the above club Is an excellent present, ranging from the to N
St. Sebastian, Sunday grove at Lake reports as serve not only as a means teen year of age.
-Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and son Indian River again at some future period. looking finely. He left for Palatka yesterday sounding, but also a* a submarine sentry one, and we have beard It stated The affair wa highly enjoyed by H

Claud, and Captain A. Bennett,came up They will stop at Jacksonville and St. giving us a pleasant call ere his giving warning when any particular that no better one, for hunting and fishIng who were present, and when the time ts
Augustine a day or so, on their way could be found In Florida. We believe disperse arrived they were reluctant

to town Friday last In Capt. Carey'. fast departure.Good. depth of water li reached. The apparatus to departThe
steam yacht Nyanza, and returned hometo home. Friday in Titusvllle was not comprise a winch with Indicators, the site was selected by Mr. J. II. six-year-old son of ye editor did

Eau Gallle next day. Mr. C. H. Wal, -Mr. F, L. Edmunds, of Danbury, observed as It Is In some places. With etc., and a wooden sinker, the latter beIng Belts, a gentleman of marked business not awake until a late hour the next '

ton accompanied them down the river England, In referring to the death of the exception of morning and evening the essence of the invention. Practically ability, who has conducted the Eastern morning, and his first Inquiry was as *#

nearly aa far as Sharpes, and returnedto Mr. Bosanquest, at Daytona, from the service at St. Gabriel's Episcopal church, this sinker is a wooden kite reversed Hotel, South Ferry, New York, for upwards cur.when The another occasion birthday referred party to would was bis os

town on the steamer Sweeney, effect of a rattlesnake bite, In the Lon there wu nothing to denote that It was and Is so adjusted In weight and of twenty years. Mr. Belts first experience, and It ws evidently a '

Altree will bay dry, black moss, and don Field, says: "Men should never Good Friday. On the other side of the shape that It sink when towed through showed excellent judgment In his selection pleasant one. .

anything else you don't want. Will sell travel In countries where snake abound water It was a great holiday. Good the water, and always remain. at any It being a beautiful )location for a

you all you want la this life; barring without having with them a hypodermic Friday wa observed throughout Lon- given depth, without any regard to the club-house. The building will face the -We note with pleasure the building

food and physic. Do you want rifle, syringe (which can go in the waistcoat don. AH business wa suspended and change of speed of the ship-the depth lagoon, anti be 140 ft. long and 40 ft. In of commodious workshop by th*Indiaa
Lumber Messrs Shalt
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shotgun, 'sword,, boat, tent, riding saddle pocket) and some permanganate of potash the churches were literally crowded. being Arranged at that wbh'h11\ be depth; It will have 20 rooms on upper River
plough, harrow, range, stove, bed- In crystals, to be obtained from any The city wa deserted, and only activity perfectly safe. Whenever bottom Is floor; reached at that depth the machine reading room, 13x274} ft.; office, 15.18 ft.; ready framed house, or any thing ig
'room suits, waggon, fence wire, fork, chemist, which, dissolved in a little wu shown in numerous coaching excursions : may will
hovel, hoe, axe, one horse power engine, bottle of water,'cane Instantly injected which have become popular at be so arranged U to automatically parlor usro ft.; han 10 ft wide; hal connection attention.therewith rse 84k I_

tathf organ, guitar, banjo or crutches!? into the wound, and the man 1* saved. this season, and In a general departureof sound a steam whistle or bell or give and main entrance, 15x27) ft; and prompt .

He has them; and price way down. 8* All South Americans carry this remedy, regiments of volunteer for the south notice to the pilot In some other way porch, 10 ft.; bath house; gymnasium, For Charter by Hour or Day.

Parties are1 at work here making arrangement and U I* getting known In the north, of England to take part In the Easter that the ship U approaching dangerous etc. They will have two naphtha Tb 801$. cabin launch, Dslphta*

for an exhibition of that and I* a perfect antidote for all American review at Dover Brighton and Ports water The Invention, It U said, Las launches. There I* 12 acre of land In I I. for charter, by the hour or day tat

most wonderful Invention the Edison snakes. Of course brandy should be mouth. There were man une. on a been subjected to prolonged tests and all, and a large, artistically-arranged any point on Indian"River.-Addrea*, B.

Phonograph. It will consist of a pro- taken also, to strengthen the action of: grand scale, and the weather being pleasant proven to be perfectly practical and 1 re garden will be laid out In front of the W.Jerome, Rockledge, )'ia. 23ja&3oM

of the finest Instrumental and the heart. The only snake bite it will made It a day of rejoicing In the liable. How would this Invention answer house. Members of the Club ought to I Woodward'stent

grape vocal piece, by celebrated stars, and the not cure are those of the cobra and puff greatest city on earth. Upward of for the steamers of the Indian River be delighted with the locality Mr. Picture, 4 for SOct at

proceed will be tamed over to the various adder, which are not met In America. 600,000 people are said to have left London and East Coast Transportation companies Laflln a Jolly good fellow from New TUuavtlls. Picture of a whoM 4

religious denomination of the town. It would be well for our readers to paste that day to the various suburban who have such a difficulty navigating York-has been arranging the affair of family for fiOvta. Also fine collection of
the upper and lower rlversf the Club. Florida views for sale .r s-u. s
Pate will appear In our next Issue. this up for reference. resort

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.. In a study sad fthdVbrown,"y, ;The great, band did not try*"to ,find And the beautiful lady smiled nvd

l _______ Watching the dreary,'ceawtesS! rain, the nail after that; It Just touched the sho put he seeds in a little box, snv
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TTTUSVILLE t FLORIDA Drip, drip, drip, Morning Glory with a soft caress' and lug, "next year we'will ttavo another I

It kept on Us tireless play, two great drops fell upon her leave Morning Glory vine there Just like the

,la Paris, Tratcc, the disorderly and And the poor little woman sighed, "Au, net 1 They felt strangely nnd not liko tho cool old ono." RACIHE.WIS.

lawless element is on the increase, and What a wretched, weary day I" rain-drops which sometimes watered "No," said Somebody, "never one

never' Iras a chance to make both street An eager bind at the door, tho Morning Glory, and something told quite like that, for that one was like a ffId1iMiWLOGLUME3ERYARD

and indoor demonstration A step us if one In haste,* her that these drops were tenra. littlo friend j it really seemed to understand S && 4i
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United States Agricultural Department, Throb, throb throb, and Morning Glory-grew to love auy ono to understand me now, for I

'declares that there are in the southern Went her little heart, grateful and gay, each other very dearly, 'and each day I hare yon," and again the 'lady was

part of California, Arizona, New Mexico And she thought with a smile, "Well, after they would feel about for one another, folded in a loving embrace and Somebody
and Texas millions of acres which can be It isn't so dull today and the dainty Morning Glory would kissed her softly.ChicagoTimes.

made to produce as good dates as those nestle against his bearded cheek and ,
Forgot was the plashing rain, .
iu Arabia and Persia. Somebody would pet her and stroke ; ,
grown And the skies above "
lowering Superstitions About Infants.According SPRING WAGONSotALLSTYLES./
-- -- r For the sombre room was lighted again her leaves very gently. 'to a Yorkshire England
The Atlanta Confutation notes that By the blessed sun o' love I And tho cheerful hopefulness of the

''Undo Bam is taking steps to preventthe "Love, love, love I" little green plant helped Somebody to notion, a new-born infantshould'always NUGIN, PAtfNT
Run the wlfo's murmured bo placed in the arms LADIES CHAJSE,
illegal carrying of mail by the railroad be a little bit hopeful, too. Yon see it '
"Without It,may threaten and frown if ittrithin of A maiden before it Is touched by
*., Under the law, baggage agents will was harder for him, for he had not I rATENi CNAIShBnAKi;
; else and instances its t
and conductors of the different ronds aro whets, golden day I"Somebody's always been blind, wlileabehad never I, anyone ; some
light hand is bound in a cloth: duringthe
permitted! to entry mail pertaining to tho a seen, and was so used to it that now
first day of its existence in order FISH BR2S WAG9N! G9-
business ef the company to points alongits sho hardly minded it at all.

line, but it cannot be transferred to -Morning Glory, Ono morning tho Morning dory that it may gather riches when grownto RACINEWIS.

any; other road. The punishment for BY MARIE MOORS MAIUH. brought her friend a sui'prise. Sho manhood or womanhood estate in

a violation of the law is a (!50 fine for had kept it a secret all tho while, and parts; of the United States, Germany,

the and $100 fine for the railroad France! and Holland, as well as
employe Ones upon A tlmo, somewhere, in now she proudly put a great beautiful

company; for each offense. Somebody's garden, there grew a pink blossom into his hand. Ho could throughout the British Ises, it is con

..... sidered very important that an infant "
vino. knew
--- Morning Glory Nobody not see that it was pink, but ho felt

"To a large majority even of our how it came there, for no one bad that it was lovely, and ho kissed the should "go up" before it goes

readers," says Public Opinion, "it will planted it, but it was a pretty littlo pretty flower and murmured, "You down in the world. Thus, If a childis

probably) bo a surprise to know thai at thing, with green hear is for leaves and little beauty;" and that mado the born in the lower story of a house CU r y h

.the close of the sixteenth century there cunning little pnln-grccu curls here Morning Glory very happy, for all it is instantly bundled up by one of THE ,

were in Japan 03,000 nominal Christians, lend thoro upon its fuzzy stem. mothers dearly love to have their the old women and carrhd up stairs;

not I few of thorn influential and hold it the event occurs in the story
She wanted to off of 41)0 upper
get up babies admired, you know. 0 E Lr"
ing official positions. Then commenced ground whore slio had been all of her And tho next morning Somebodyhad the same old woman is expected\ > ,

an era of persecution, and in 1C37 the elicit lifo so sho to take the child In her arms and clamber
crept slowly along:, a surprise for tho Morning Glory. OT KEPT ---- Ft3Y
60,000 then surviving rose in revolt, but find something to take hold of, that That was a secret too. No ono'knew upon the top of tho table, bureau, or STO RES

were, after a brave and heroin struggle, she might climb high up into Ihohilx'it! it yet but the doctor and even a chair, anythfn to get tho little INSIST al
defeated and tho native Christian in the world.In .
sunlight. She put out her tender tendrils Somebody crew the little Morning one up SENDTDOS
church exterminated from th, tho north of when TO
practically England a
and felt, carefully along for she Glory close to his lips and whispered
empire." child is taken from tho house for the ETTING THEM
was blind, poor littlo thing,and could into her ear. Then tho litt:o green f p \ T (I4 HOLYOKE
-----' first time it is some Bait 'iFOR YOU."IC Mass
not leo where slip was going. hand twined about thin greatwhite given an egg, ,
A French statistician alleges: that and a little loat of bred and occasion.lly
within As she reached out she felt sornn- one nnd this is what it said: "I am so ,
the French
capital twice as many small of these -- -
crimes thing hard "Ah, perhaps this Is sonic- glad that yon are not going to bo blind a piece money-
are committed by betweenthe
persons Drifts being supposed to insure tho
, ages of fifteen and twenty as between thing high," thought tho Moinlng any more." And somebody understood child in need THIS IS ONE OF THE 40 STYLEC WHICH WE MAKE
againts ever standing
Glory so she crawled tho aide it and tho
the up Morning Glory
ages of and In sin.
twenty forty. a of the necessaries of lifo. In
quite to the top, but sho was not high again felt two gl'eatVal'm drops' common C
glayear the crimes committed by minors
tho East Hiding of Yorkshire a fewmatches
included of murder at all-not much higher than tho which sho knew to bo teal'li; but they' bF o *
thirty cases thirty added to light tho child to t D
of ground-fur It was only a small stone were not bitter, liko the first ones; 0 'A Zwto4
three of
nine manslaughter, parricide, heaven. In Holland Sweden Nor : '
, two of poisoning forty-four of infanticide that she bad! found; she sadly crept they wero very sweet, because they Poland and pal'ts'.of Russia the 0: gill,
bnck down side sho way, o '
tho other and
lay wero tears of joy. a
4312 of blows and other Z
mother of a new-born babe, if not too IIIZ
Injuries twenty-five incendiarism, 153 there quite discouraged.There After this! Somebody .wpiit away c w
was an old man who used to and time. The weeks poor, provides small chceee, which is Q: m'
of theft, eighty of immorality433 of ft- was gone a long cut in small slices and distributed #
tempted theft and 11,867 of other mia take care of Somebody's garden, and passed and ho till 1 not return, and tho ::2
y *
the unmarried ladies of tho
doings. ho taw tho plant growing (there and little Morning Glory was very sad; among < :11 r ,y:
neighborhood. lady whoreceives #
groping about for a support, so he she felt burt that he had left her so Any young rrJ

In the letter of a sportsman to his fastened a string from a peg stuck into suddenly and with no word of adieu. without her share of, the cheese and No. 165 Minim, STAR WOOD GEAR riMin SPINDLE, OR P""ITIED, BODY.
eats it where it
favorite Journal appears the following tho ground up to Somebody win Everything was In a state of great asking came Built on Honor. Entirely different from Cheap Western
sentence, written apparently in all soberness dow-sill, and then bo quite forgot all bustle and preparation all over the from or who sent it, will moot her Work. Live Dealers wanted. Territory given.K .
future husband at a cross-path or
{' "Net all the farmers in this valley about it. place. Littlo Morning! Glory could .e _

annoy the hunters. by posting trespass The next rooming tho Morning hear them hammering and running cross-roads within the month. In N CM AN, STURTEVANT' & LARRABEECARRIAGE :
Northumberland cake called tha
notices. How very kind and considerate Glory felt moro cheerful, and she about, and sho felt that something a -
tread1' is distributed in AND SLEIGH BUILDERS (c-
exclaims Farm ant Firuld4: How started upon her search ngaln. She was going to happen. Onco "christening : .. w.

thoughtful of the tender feeling of the had not far to go this time, becausethe sho, caught tho word "bride," tho same way, the young ladies who SEND FOR F'ULLCATALOCll: DINGHAMTON, N. Y.
of it to dreamof
partake being supposed
cltf sportsmen who annually invade the kind old man had fastened the peg and something told her what it all
, their future husbands tho
"roorol ctoestrlcts" during tho hunting very near to where olio lay; so alto meant, and a littlo jealous rain went same

'season. How hard-hearted, sordid and I cached about with caution to avoid through her heart for she had once night. In the United States, as wellas 1ro1 E are making a specialty this season of what

selfish those other farmers are who "an. another stone, and took hold cf tho overheard the housemaid telling the in many other countries, a book, apiece we can our PARAGON HARNESS. & .

nOl" 'the hunters by posting trespass string. cook that all mon were fickle, and that of money and a bottle of liquorare Made of the !"|NEST STOCK and the very '

notices. nnoy the hunters" is good. The poor sightless little thing did when they were away from one they placed before an infant the day it BEST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness &%
Is 1'year old, the object being to test cannot be bought for less than $25.
Certainly the farmer does not realize not know that the old man had put it never thought of one at all, and wore
what its after inclinations will be.- at retail. But we are willing, \
what a grievous annoyance it is to the there for her, but somehow she felt 'taken up with whoever was nearest '
St. Louis Republic. In order to Introduce It, to \ .I"\
mighty hunter from, the city to arrive that it would lead her where alto so them, !and tho cook had agreed InUTwith [ :
5e'e .\
with his beauUlu'tblue all that tho housemaid had said .. .
dogs and his friends at his wished to go-up towaid tho ; :oc
Origin of the Art of Grafting: to one person as a 6Q 9 y .
chosen and find them and tho' and the cook know men if ono
hunting grounds sky great golden sun. any "
Nothing positiveis known of the sample for "$'.".
posted with trespass notices. It is too Si she climbed along the fitting, did, she! said. time when grafting of trees was first SI6.50. {><> do'\Oo'p':.

late now to help it. The season is over, slowly at first, then foster each day, as So little Morning'Glory hung her practiced nor by whom. There are, v c,,. ;..9--l> "'

and the sportsmen have returned to their she began to know Ibo way, until, like leaves iu sadness and quite forgot to however, many traditions recorded by ,,'_ \.T--.p .0'l.... o ..; o\ '

homes and are now studying what Jack'a bean-stalk, she had reached tho feel proud of her pretty pink bables- ancient authors of agricultural works, ,; / & v: o ", <- f$t'Jf:"..

amendments! to the game laws they shall wlndow-sllL\ for.there wore. great many of them but no two of them agree as to the O ,b...4 : .... ,:- .... r (.v $#
have ; & ( ""
the Legislature make so as to give Now Somebody, the person who of the .. (( o '. '
now.Once time or manner discovery. 6. *fo ro l Z % ,,, }
them a better chance next owned tho was 111 ill that she felt something tug at her y t
season. garden, ; so Theophrostus, about two hundred,and : { : :: $: ... _
-- -- -- .. be had to stay always ,in Ills room withan roots and a rough hand grasped her; fifty years B. C., claims that the art 1 vq: ''ro\O.."'" .'- '" o( o. ( a' "" '" ,

The Atlanta Conttitutbn deems that his then kind voice said, "Don't touch r f : \ : ..
ugly black bandage over eyes, a :; .
of discovered '
grafting was accidentally <- v ?.sp' \F $< \'' tf ,y .
the Duke of Bedford, who died in Eng. and the doctors feared that he might that; master loved tho little vine andit from the ,dropping of a seed h "

land the other deserves be loft D.1t ii." Oil: I how -
day, more thana never see again.Ho must relieved ,
by a bird on to the branches or hollowof --- --- .
passing notice.; That he was an able was very unhappy, and was little Morning Glory felt at these an old tree, whore it sprouted and -- -

,statesman few will deny He sat in the often-oh, so very; I-cross; and the words. She reached out and tried to the young plant united with tlio old OUR NEW IMPROVED SINGER

House of Commons twenty-five years, servants quite' feared him when he touch the speaker, but the maid hurried stock riiny, In the first century of Ct HIGH.ARM, THIS .TTLC-,ONLY$20.00_ M n

and never made a speech. Then ho spoke to them In a harsh and authoiitailve away' and never saw the littlo our era, says that it was discovered by a Ier z oft .:I.! r"
went to the House of Lords, inhere he voice. green hands at all. en'
who. in fence
ploughman building a ,
remained eighteen years, without sayinga lie bad no relatives, and he lived JiSoon tho nights began to be chilly, laid the stems of ivy In a trench and 5"1 :

word.. A parliamentary career of quite alone In hU great house, with and ono by one her babies! left her and on them set up green poles, and muchto enW :

brtl- 1ree years passol In profound many people to wait upon him and fluttered to tho ground, and she herself his surprise tho poles produced r:1 III

alienee. But he was an able statesman- with ever so much money to buy thingsto grew pale and felt very weak and root. and grew; and the ploughman 1II II W) - able useful and honored. and she feared that she was goingto
What kind make him happy. Hut the things ill and those who recorded the phenomenon
of ability did he possess The most one buy do not always make ono die. How she wished that Some WILLETS&CO.LPNU..PA.
that hud united
th-f supposed they or .....
potential his estate covered 118 acres happy, and be was terribly wretched body would come back; she w.* bad been grafted iu the ivy stems. T'CURED r.-: .....

in tho city of London. He owned about In his big flue ho so. afraid that ho would be too late. Pliny also describes various modus of I 04110 T_......Ep:: ,y DONT BOTTLt SUfftlt
3000 residences she heard the window ANY LONGER. Gir.PoitD c..adApd .
: and business morning
houses. It One ho groped his to
morning way MALL CHEMICAL
grafting in his day which we know 00.,3860.u-t Atro, flab.Par
Las been said that a very little! wit goes the window and put hit hand out open and Somebody again stood
were m'lh and that lie was deceivedby .1
long way with an Emperor, and it is upon the lido of the frame, and be felta there; thero was some ono with him those who pretended that they had CINCINNATI :tOes::na g

equally true that a very little thought little, sharp nail. Now, if he had : now, a beautiful lady, and he hold her grafted trees in tho way and manner I IdClerlbed.N'ew I Quickest.C I THE TRAVELERS,

speech and work will go a long way with been gentle tho nail would not hive in his arms and called her "Sweet York Sun. mpartment and Pullman Paine Jacksonville
I Florida.The
a millionaire. The Duke was a power hurt him for it was a harmless little! heart" In his new happiness he had making S'ecpiug! direct Cars eonD'ctionInCE."iTRALUXIOSST through without change, .

in himself. Why should he sneak, when thing; but bo mado rough, impatient i, quite forgotten his Jittlo\ friend; ana Number Thirteen Tabooed. i

his frown, Us nod; his smile, his look movement, and it caught his finger Morning Glory's heart ached as she There aro many hotel iu town I lOUIS Travelers, corner Bay and Cedar

did more to shape legislation and move and bruised it a little. remembered what the maid had told which contain no room numbered And the WEST, and with Turoujta carlines streets, Jacksonville Fla. A new brick
forCHICAGO hotel
nearest to all railroad
society than the eloquence of a Sheridan This mado somebody very angry, the cook. thirteen. There are other hotels and i and the !i steamboat landings. Especially adapted

Statesmen and common mortals watched and bo said tamo Tfry unpleasant Just then Somebody looked out and office buildings hereIn the rooms that NORTi1ti1i EST. to transiel.t busings. Elegantly fur

this plutocrat for the slightest sign, and things about the person who dated to saw poor1 little Morning Glory with are so numbered cannot be leased ex. I also with through lines car DETROIT'I I nished rooms, single or en suite. Tableas
for I the
were eager' to do his bidding. Brains put a nail outside his window, and be her leaves all faded and brown aud cept once in a great while. 1111:11"0'', anti Points in Canada furnished good! as and best.operated This as hotel a $3.00 was built a day

Wrc enlisted in his service, and the ro- felt about, very cautiously this time, he reproached himself because ho bad hotels one custom is to letter the first BUFFALO and the Eabt 1 1to I house; rates are now reduced to $3.00 a

suits showed aMUtv somewhere, and the to* find tho nail once more, that be not thought of her before. thirteen room and call them parlors. : Only ono chinpe of can I d,y, while the service is better than erer.

fountain head, after all, was the Duke. might tear it out. "Hero dearest" he said to the Another custom is simply to skip the Meridian HEW ORLEANS Breakfast from 0 to 9; Innrh from 11:30
to S:A; dinner from This
He could scowl down a bill, or nod it So he moved his band slowly along lady, "this is the little friend I told unpopular number and call the thirteenth I Jackson, \ nkkbunr, Points in i U the only hotel in Jacksonville 7:30 cfrring

through by a good majority Was not upon the sill, and tho Morning Glory you of," and he bid the withered lIt.tIe room "number 14." A man TEXAS AND T1IE regular meals at these hours. All others

this ability of a very rare order When was reaching her little baud about stem in the lady's. delicate hand.A who has Just rented an office which -v oaeiT.Puteeagers are at lei t one hour Kfer. Use the
the Duke died t* left orders for his body the Morning number in aI I via thU line are afforded an Traveler.' omnibus the lickeufaavo S3
tbeie at the same time, and their two glad thrill ran through bears the objectionable excellent view <.f Lookout Mountain and cents each way, -';
to be
cremated Perhaps the thought bands met. Glory and she dropped sixty tiny down-town building, asserts that ; surrounding Historic Scenery.

bad. struck, him that as s public man h. Ono did not look at all like a baud, seeds into tho soft open palm; then a* though he has uo superstitious dread I ISo i BURTON K. BARRS

had alw a bees too cold. Finding that but !t was one Just the same, and the the wind swept around the corner a of the number ho finds that others will: C. JUT, 8. E. Pass. Act.., At IO Proprietor. '

1M bad ac fin in hinv-not a spark-he little green hand grasped the great sudden shudder seized her, and little not transact business with him in that : lanta, G*. -- ----
wisely dacUred that, if he could not be will be D. J. MULLANEY, Div ra... Act.
white one and they seemed to know Morning Glory was dead. office and that obliged to
throw any heat into bin carcass, bo would and to understand each other at once, "S .I my pet," said Somebody, change either his office or his number, D. Q, EDWARD,;, 0. P. 4 T. A., I ee4tec. t ale."eslWrca* ould lake thai sass buIMia
throw felmself into the are Able to the said little black seeds -Ne. York Sun. GO"'Ji'1l .tt05 BITTXO.
last for the little green hand to the pointing to CINCINNATI, O. Ills pteasa.r co rain,eae. )1.11"... l dIaef-
racy a.&IlLII4 ni1baaaa.a .w aalnt,""e ii.

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the receipts were i 000,120. me. I 'V1.e..,'* A....... (able*. In the casA of oranges and straw r

I news was circulated along the bay, I OVER ALABAMA, 'It" Semi-occasionslly the subject of a par. FLORIDA'S BUDGET. b'rlet formal complaints agi ot the

:!' : \.' received with lot of hurrah; and L us i ------ .."'*'* ion for ex-State Treasunr'Vi Ct'A1t is ,I transportation lines have been filed with

interesting} S, and not 'a congratulatory sprung on tho public, is (the talk of a day, Pointed' ho commission, nn l there Is a vast,
Of Notes and
,. were disposed! of. The cotton Various, Things That are HapIng1 : and dies away again. It seems that Newsy croouot of ,t r p nleden thai

\ Dyer. \oe1t brll--d tae,' event with a Around Us. Vine, fit lives in hope tbat public senti Paragraphs., subject now in ie hod emit

at which.ft nwmbcf* of speeches ment w II sooner or later crow favorable -- bracing special Inslanc of iUcA1 injntlco *-
The phyro'll of \ Savannah's cummerdaL'growih ,were! to bis release, and the method he takes of and unofficial "kick. I Willie

In :Macon alone, Lattr in the season a more clalx-' All the bmiaeis i houses in Qadfiten are provoking publ discussion! is by writingletters beta The following Florid. j'optiuiu J terslmve will get together a largo amount of atU.
appointed by President l arri>oiir
fear. celebration will be had. occupied and them are calls fur rauro. I' particularly to editors of the \ tical t< stimony in this matter fo t8
B. E. Lcdbctter Hermitage OAd den
: As concerning The alliance people of nullocfc county weekly newspapers. At least such letters Hiss A. L. of the commissioners, which cece n- ,

advisory boaid MAFIA ECHOES. pro moving in tho matter of holding 81 have been from time to time written in kulla county; Mary l.cdd,1empest J. Irvin : Winter tate his visiting various sections of the

state, the people -- county fair next fall. bill name, though it is not known but county; ,. state and returning' in time /or Iho'opening q
Haven Pulk
atiafied. Condemnatory of, the There is received oroe one else who believes that he has ,county ae'llon. This hearing I is of vast importance ? -
'a< much cotton being
: suffered! l his with The Cumberland route, from Brunswick to the pcop'e of and '
New or
Orleans Massacre. enough mM name Florda
'))0Uncle Sam has at Iloanoko now as there was in tho fall, i
Fcrnandina this handledthe
without his Thu letter to reason, hat interest attach to
latest '
priation of $ great hall of Cooper Union was which shows prosperity, as tho farmers knowledge great te feettt
tuslicss of the route's his-
j i o' this sort i I.. to Joe Adams of tho biggest In the matter of
clerical force of York in that one orange
with (
[ (1.1)00) Italians. New i were not able to hold their cotton i The hoi decided
i Ozark Star. The ]letter Is signed withVincent's tory. company pure The members of the Interstate
from now until vicinity Friday night called together section five years ago in this way. chatio or build a fine steamer which will cmerc
stating it being hislUrl'OtIO commission are T. M. Cooler, 4
I name, as Jlioh.Jlln
It is proposed t the lynching of their country With a new jiil to build and the to for unconditional be put on tbo route next ycnr chiirman William R

wintry fair in in New Or tho loins, and outside, not- bridges washed away by the recent heavy ,: pardon at the apply ands of the governor at It is reported that a survey has been noll, Augustus; Bchoonmakcf Of o
The ball has drizzling pight, more will
unable rains, the taxpayers of Dade county i an earls day. lie says that "if tho peo- made fiom Dixie, On., via Giecnville' to York, Walr L. Bragg of Alabama, and
that as .more were to gain
proposition, : many to tLe hall where the speaking have just cause to complain of heavy Elc of Alabama demand his life of him Mosely Hall, Fix. It Is paitot' the contemplated Vcast-y of Vermont The ;
bonus to be
given and resolutions taxation for several years to come. will cheerfully yi ld it up," but that lino from Chicago to Tampa secretary of the Edward/
tbat going on, were being (
ommending amidst excitement Tbo Tho Alabama Press association will unless ho secures executive clemency be and is thirty five miles shorter and more A. Moscley of Massachusetts, Throw ;? ''
the hands great :
the were nearly all in Italian. The meet in Annistctn some time toon, tho will have to die in prison a< he is now an easily gra did than ny other survey that members constitute a quorum fcr tbo'' '

Recently Mrs. of the New Orb-ana trage 'president having not yet fixed the old man and is broken down in health. has been made.Watermelon. transaction of business 'It in expected J

Rosncll. Mrs. were almost terrifying! in I heir,vehe date, and the "press gang" are urgingthat Soil Ted EiperlMCtit. growers will be glad to that the full board will attend this meeting '

ripe old age. Hardly a sentence but that was it bo strictly a business meeting, and Dr. Leroy Broun, president of the State learn that all thu transportation lines In.tUt'II10J .
ninety of that the annual frolic be deferred to a
years Agricultural and Mechanical at "I
college have tho
to the echo, and especially agreed to give tamo
{November.. She the speakers poke of tho necessity later date.A Auburn has published a circular letter I rates un molon shipments that prevailedlast BUSINESS OUTLOOK.. :

grand and great- satisfaction for the killing./ Follow I movement has been made to hold a giving Inf. rmation concerning tho soil year, and under which it is bclicvi d '

are the resolutions passed: convention of delegates from all the test experiments, which every farmer that there will be a profit left for the Dun & Co.'s Weekly Review of 1t 1

The directors That the American citizens counties in the state, in the city of.Mont wants to know: 'As a matter of inter shipper after all expenses are paid. Trade. -' ., ;" .l lil ,I
Florida railroad birth and extraction assembled gomery about the middle of May, tot eat to the public especially\ to those en- the t .1
Application has been made to
lanta a few days s meeting of indignation at Cooper mutate a plan for raising funds to enable pa, ed in agriculture, I forward for publication \ of for the ittahlishmont compotr.ler R. G. Dun A Co.'s weekly review? o? ;
Moddoi'i the state of Alabama to make an the names of tho farmer, with uirrency trade aa\I There are tome indicationsof
do hereby appeal and apply to of a National bank of }(Fcrnandiuo witha
E. L. will be the counties in which reside who a slackening trade. At tho wo-t the )m
Ceptoin authorities of the United Statl s for exhibit at the world's fair that they capital of $30,000. The owners of tho the
President. Tho apprehension and immediate punish worthy of a great state and progressive have voluntarily t ffurvd to cooperatewith bank of Pirnamlinii tare l..rgely cold and uniavoiable weather present bad of tho roads effect
condition country
road will be station Auburn in
now of the of manifesto people. experiment at :
signers tho interested in the cult rl'ri' o, and their distribution and and the -
An important called out the mob of the city of 1 he Alabama railroad commission has conducting experiments in tho cultivation busman will be merged into the new cuUectoM. apparent

has been mndo Orlean, and of all and every partic a number of important ca asysoon tho couth the low price
seems a decided izers. The fertilizers furnished by tt 'I
in the assassination of the eleven Two petitions want the Louisville and are nmdo.
thing will come unarmd and Nashvillo its fast trains the station, tho chemical constituents of felt, though u little improvement hM ;
to at petition
stop :
Says a well-known mail clcik : 'Fully occurred in tho two wd'ke. At' the i
whir h determined past
The strike on whilst confined in the parish jail er's stations. One petition wants the are previously carefully
tons of blossoms and other eastern cities and to some extent
ing to reports city on Siturdny, lust, the 14th Alabama Great Southern to build a wire by nnaljsN, with directions as to tho twenty orange '.. trough
fli"wcia are sent by tourists iu }' "rida to out the uncertainty M
methods of cultivation. The result of country
road, can no Iln ; and be it further fence along its lines in lmk.loos'\county
their friends in the North. About one future cb cks But
strike. That all Italians of New and another wants a depot house atSteelo's the experiments| and reported, at iho close monetary operatos
bundled sit kl are hi a fled week, thcro is found in '
of the to tho station at every almOt qurter' .
the mm who await with calmness and firmness station. year, experiment
Auburn for in bulletin and and the whole car, before it reaches its feeling of confidence Ind hopofullnes M
the Central's which has publication a
rcparat'on our government Major B. J. Duncan, familiarly knownto
destination, is heavy with frllgrllnl'u.Tbu to the future .
distribution the farmer of tho state
out for and from that of th and to ,
good s republic, thousands of people! as Major in
many mnguolia shrub blossom another
The men on full justice be made in this caso, ac "Bun" Duncan, died a lew days ago at with the conclusions' drawn therefrom in favorite shipment. As soon as they PROIICI JnrO TWI% .

mined, and have to the constitutional of the his h<,mo in Lakeview. 'e" men in Alabama regard/ to the adaptability of special fertilizers in close to Though the present effect of short crops pt
sure a place they begin exhale
the secretary of States.A were so well known as Major\ Dan- to the ditlercnt sup s rrprocntcd put is felt in tho Northwest, the prn.pectfor l,
Conductors fur by the diff rent loci itics. Tliii plan, of a perfume. tho coming season i. exceptionally bright
cun. lie was reared in Talladcga, and at
bore of the PHILADELPHIA MEETI!>G. various, times lived in' bclmu:: Mobile, cn-operatlve experiments bas, by direction Columbia county has come to the front and while in some ol tho chit manufactures I
work in their ; of the trustees, been in oncr.iiou for in fine sluipe as n region, ( of the richest and operations are by uncertainty
meeting of Italians, called for the :New Orleans, Montgomery, uud for tho thccke
'scnbbiug." se of protesting against the killing last few in rminghum. two year&. The results of the experiments most abundant phosphate di posits, ranking regarding be expected
made, last in counties both in quantity and. quul with
year thirty ", ty that the relations between ma'
The Rliirictia their fellow-countr\men at New Or-
A party of Philadelphians have leaseda of which have \been those of tho norr fmuous Duucllon region
twenty-nine reports tennis and fuiiihtd will soon
The Marietta held at Philadelphia Friday products
was 200-aero tract of land, one m le from received will bo iu During the great di ill of quiet
noun paused a special past year bo adjusted to the
la still tied After short the fol
up Clinton, known as the Widow fuundcrs bulletin and be obtained cit. orgauiting spccting, ion-taking.'' conftons
can by any pr Coutluud heavy
of the resolutions read and
gineers were adopted: ore bank. It is very rich and assays as izen of the state who deduce tbo same if analyzing etc, hive been going on, thoirttUfajtury P'trti on tho Atlantic side have' hol(.
and Atlantic That denounce the
we assas
SO and Ol cent. The
high as per property Le will make to the results of which are just now
application OII'ri.mont the decline of 21 rents in with
to haul cruel and in
fused cowardly
a as being will bo at and mining WhAt

developed once staiiou. Is believed this out those concerned. Much
It by
by given sales at Now York of .
from the disabled without warrant and ,
cxtreme bulbol.
: -as machinery put in. Clifton is the objective method the experiment station will be woik has been dune and cunildirable } i
and oats have yielded a fra
its fr. and as being most disgraceful to a. ,
cripples between the point ou the projective routo of able to comply with the provUo made bj money spent\ in the preliminaries, aside has risen 21 cent, and pork, and a

gulf community. the St. Louis and Birmingham railroad, act of conun.'sH, approved March 2, 1SSU.'Provided from bo price of the purchases., lard pre all a little higher, hOK' of
firemen That we stigmatize and con which bus Florence as its. South t
be growing wider the New Orleans authorit es for the terminus present That us far practicable, all Latest New York quotations on fruit enormous Ing. Coffee and 01 are a" t

are being of government: which led to the ern such stations shall devote a portion' of are as fu lows: 'l'l1orecdpta shade lower, but colon ho fraction

of Locomotive :: by: the mob of those helpless un President Hawkin and Mr. Lynch of their work to the examination, aud classification of Florida oranges for the past week wore although at the port for xt

hood of Firemen.! who were then under the sup the board of control of tho State fair have of tho soils of their respective 83,170 boxes 1'iices are weak oh all the wick Rroltl exceed last year', with p

as tho road is iu protection of the law been busily engaged in the piclimiunry, states and territories, with a view to grades except gilt edge stock, which i II no exports. The general 'Yf

and under the j' Tbat we heartily applaud work of the next fair They report that securing more extended knowledge and scarce. Indian river, fancy selections, age of all prices is still &Ivancobnlbg'rueD

States circuit and energetic: action displayed the $10,000 suNcription is practically be U>r development <>f their agricultural: per box, |4.80 to $.1; Indian rivers, half of 1 cent ,

into that court the prompt Italian and United States govern cured now, something like $7,000 being capabilities Aud in ro doing will in straight lots, 13 to f 4 ; other sections, At cities west pr the Mlsslmlppi trade'*' I;

A settlement of subscribed, with the railroads and min time divulge by the aid of there gentlemen 170's to ZUO's, |3 to *,l; bright, ISO's; fair fur the season. At New Orleans

far such action ing, furnaces, etc., yet to hear from. who are working for the public (979; large, coarse frul', OO's to ISO's, trade Is barely fair; at Memphis 10thrglo' a
A Much TUB MAFIA'S WAn?>INO. :. Those having claims against the old fair' good, tho agricultural capabilities of tbu $1.75 to (3 CO; lUssUs, $3.23 to $9711i; with slow collections, and at
are coming forward and offering to let entire ntuto." Tho list contains tho name strawberries 85 Is but Buvnnnah has
Commissioner tangerines, $4 to $0; to money tight, a Jubileeover
tcbea of Friday from Texas '
say the claims go over. Many of them are and address of forty-two prominent farmers 43 cents; cabbage is plenty and prices the receipt of 1,000,000 bales of.cot
are about to the New Orleans Mafias sending 'I "
cutt are
taking stock in the new fair. who are to conduct the experiment In and
for a book to be letters to persons who have easy at $1.60 to $2.110 per crate; string ton I year report bright prpt
designated to be of their methods. The charter of tho Montgomery andSylac.uga this year.CONSIGNED. beam iu light supply, $2 to $1 per crate; Tbo money

formation about E"I"a result disproval of his free expression of con- : railroad company bas been good peas are scarce at, $U to $'.110; of tho interior cities.: The 'flur ha' '

distribution that the Aesv' Orleans killing of amended, nud it will now be known as TO THE TOMB. beets, 75 cents to $1. put out $3,500,000: more moD it -j
the Alabama Grand Trunk La taken In' the besides*
Letters of Mafia members John company. N.l All O..e. during 1E
was right, Lung
ti dozen every day and prominent citizen of Hous. The idea of tho promoters of this road 1 i is Funeral Services-and Burial of On being ask d If about all the oranges issuing 11OQO,010 more silverraotas.
to build from Montgomery, by of }' week Bumbar 'tot >
Impossible is in receipt of a letter purporting to way had been movo) from the slate, e-Beua. IDOl
mation, in the been signed by the Mafia( authori Sylocauga, to some point on the COOBA General Johnston.The tor Mann as follows: There a the correst ponding week. of last year,810.

Each letter warning him to keep his mouth shut river The road is likely to touch tho funt rat service over the remains half a million boxes still on the trees. --- .

rate investigation will be done for. It is written in Coosa either in St. Clair, Etowah or of the late General Joseph E. Johnston Why, over on the Hallfix and Indian A COMPROMISE IN SIGHT'
Cherokee counties. It could connect i .
took place la Washington Tuesday morn rivers they shipped hardly
force to carry on ink, with the customary skull and havn't any
People anxious to bones, and there is no mistaking with the Chattanooga Southern Round ing. By special reqncat of the decraM/d fruit as yet, and the crop in that section --

or willing to intent of the warning. :Mountain. The people at Piedmont are the ceremonies were devoid( of ostcota- is fully 230,000 I OUO.OuO boxes. I Between StrIker and the Knoz

ble to secure talking up this matter. tim or unnecessary funnali ,. There know of lots of groves in oilier pats of Road.

only of a private TIIEy'RE BEADY TO FIGHT. The caving in of a well near tho old was ne display\ of uniforms or battle the state which ha vent been tQuched yet The atrlk on the Knoxvltlo tkmthera

if a public reply to communications from the male academy one day last week, says the or military trippings: and .as the groves yielding all tho way from 2.500 i is in a way to be i ttltd, ThC men rare

tion-a States Michael Basso, Italian Tuscumbia Alabamian, hut attracted family of the decenKtd, ctrrtlng out the to 5,000 box'Simth. But all the fruit anxious to settle the and

private interests at Toronto, says Canada can' hundreds of people to the spot. The spirit( of his( injunction, had declined the ought to be picked and shipped at once. show a disposition to meet the ofot pn,

depended upon to auPp114,000 armed well is in almost the center of the road, request of a number of Confederate vet From now on it is bound to deteriorate: I half-way ground; tint to "tu to .r
A to avenge the men killed in New and was not known to eii-t until the erans' associations participate formally, left on the trees, and any advance work and arbitrate dl1orul.

The Georgia jail, in the event of the Italian caving in last week. The 'depth of the there wis nothing to dUt nguUh thu prices which heavy fruit may bring three wi probably be done ,]* ot'
} \
duly chartered in failing! to secure redress from well is 58 feet, with 13 feet of water, and funeral from a private Intel mont, beyondthe weeks from now will bo more than offset rued have always \-rady.1 it .

plication for United States government.. although it has the appearance of being large attendance of distinguished by poor quality. hue Orange an.1 I Vegetable aid, to do wba woe possible tomcat th
will doubtless tho band of it is a natural AuUlou handle
dug by man, yet persons. company can eves wishes of men.ATLANTA. I
tion'for charter, NOTED ACTOR DEAD. well, as many of our old citizens There were ro services at the r..I<<1ooce box of oranges now in the state, win, ,

Messrs. Maddox assert that it hits never existed there up of the deceased but just before 11 good profits 10 the growers, I they will

sets fourth that wrence Barrett the Great to the present time. o'clock the remains were taken. quietly rush it forward at once." MARKE.

,construct lines Tragedian Is no More. President 0. E: James of the Chatta to St. John' Episcopal church. Th. !!... AUrkrt.

Dalton or Southern railroad report that he The funeral party. among whom were Home market pi Ices have taken a decided COHRBCTKD WEXJU.Y. aFI..r
great tragedian, nooga
i counties of distinguished people, arrived at ,the
has comply cd arrangement for runninginto many leap upward, oranges bringing at tarsi
in New York city Friday evening at ... Meal.
{Gilmer Pickens, Birmingham. lie will extend the church at 11 o'clock. It wo met by the least 00 cents a box more on all grades.
o'clock at the Windsor hotel. His rionr y .l M00 wand patent
being bearers Mho Senator |
'terminus, road from beyond Uadsdcn to a honorary |pall were than In recent previous sales laics-confirming pt. .
latter was duo to heart failure! and the a point and Daniel Ituv. J. M. 1.. ; M 01 i extra fa' 711 finer 14 601 p / mlyM79.
county. was quite sudd n, the great actor point on the Bust and West road and by Morg-n Curry; the preuictlous of the omugo; andvegetable CumNu. I while I i raised 8'
of $5,000,000 traffic arrangements will go into Birmingham General Parkr, United States Army; ce.mpanylhllt this sea Ol --No. il mlieU Mo i wblle | JaD nut
short be
unconscious but time
the new read a General Chatlwi W. Kit Id General Harry root Unioihr, ,
via Pell City. Thit will be son, with a period of high 10 lal-JI .
phe finest mineral he died. Mr. Barrett was about road Httb, Hear Admiral Rogers Hear Admiral ( of the who I3a t No 1111"t"I, I&K. b- o lcetiouilby.
line and the Many
the through present .IU0. growers
of at his death. lIe was | *JI
te south.The years age General H. U. Wright Central IUlallle 1 IRt"
Temple. ,
for better
into Gadsden will be have been holding price
from Leesburg (
of the most widely known and most .1. I lnawIT.&al ae u.
;will be filed in a Benjimin W. Brice; Col nel Archer this liars become
of the Americas operated as a tiranch. It i I. reported that to be expected at season, .Hiu ', Lo1.t : m.
as the charter gentlemen the road will have trains running into Anderson, of Richmond; Colonel Edwin discouraged by the long continueddepression La seeks .t *lll N 8 Cot!on' >|V
and was a treat favorite through ,
will be Hon. J. U. Bancroft Davi( ws.t--l l
hands G. Harm
put GaUsden by the first of :May. Also that overlooking the fact that the 1 8 Peawe. 10-I i
the south. His ability as an ajtor owL G.
of the railroad. well established and be they will build a branch from Oadsdento and James \\ atmaiigb.BOOHS orange season i. a month late this year. i per 1
LC... B .oth't finest years ago he was Birmingham so us to complete with ] BI lit* OWN IOL IISI.: Owing to the growing scarcity of fruit elr.rerle..
being support
bearer sinted of
The Central is The body coi hero and the '
whenever he wanted to take the the Alabama Great Southern. buyer are concentrating Con'-4rbo'kl Ma ft 100 ft
Load Termini! members of the Kx-Coufederate A *ocl"- all eboicSz5if.
competition by repre-entativrs from { -
part. For three or four years be The grand lodge of the Knights' ofPrthl. who _
cific Seven per tIon of Washington, all men fought part of the country stronger than at clwls.99opsud'JIiStale ; Clm.
with Booth. Though successful! .. will convene in )Montgomery 1 trtf
under General Johnston during the war.
stock, guaranteed actor, Mr. Barrett's fo.te was la the 21st of April, and knights all over Drawn in double line along the ald4f4 any t me this &un. 1 hire must b 18(19 tul"r-O.f p"t.1 l 7t > %'JDI
minal. Hugh < company llle 0 tie BW
to the ; j .
of the
Many most popular the state are preparing move on E. IpN.
walk were about 100 men of Itobert
the Central. is its to climea 486tSOt prim$ urging *
patrons advantage
fa all probability }j of the day were first brought out by capital. It i ia the present to give intention the ,w.of Lee Camp Confederate Veteran, without( this condition by tak their fruit. 8WC.JVV. Uo.-olo 0t11t
thr order In Montgomery .
uniform and stood with their tallest
era! manager of ? they gray They have shippers to bold bock p
tort a grond' reception at the Standard adtl 6ae.nanara 66tdc impried Japan
All TAXING bead I fared to the inclement air, II the and 1 G
minal systrm. through depression,
Club on the night of the 82d. The Standard borne be ween their rank.. ,1C1..s'a
upon at a recent -- said body wa DOW that they can get prlc. '1i tJar4 Art
is and is bit
a Jewish organization go eO
sod Richmond not Seem to Go Well With The services.were conducted by Her. Dr. they uk for the fnlt. 1'ikes IS'%ot .km WbMa 6 tbte'
to be the finest club south of Louisville,
Douglass rector of the church and were II tXi Sua p--T
nah. Hewn. / follows; 1.11 1' 10 1.-
are ,
North Carolinians. one or two club: in New Or'eans' except confined t.> the simple Epbcopalhtn burial l Fancy In 1.71 t 79 I. tU.161Ia.IIW.S,. ,
man, Sam Ionian, ed. The number of delegates to the 'Si; brl/b. goal stock /9gSa$601,
and ) dispatch of Saturday from Raleigh, service for the dead. The remain were mixed lots Ina. Dlb.
Calhoun to $2.73 averaging Candks--t'.nWr Marahas-
from outride the C., says: There is great sit pnse and grand lodge will be about 850 but there then removed to the Baltimore and fOUlta 2.2, 70 to $3.83; mixed lot. 4UU II 00)800* Ix 00.17S|l.X1J OUo3 75| 40*'

tral's directors, at the discovery that the will be three or four times' tbat many Potomac station followed by many earrlsgta veragloir large, $1.03 to $1 90. While 8 grow t 74. Ml.tmlkfc. ,, | lbpkg*

a committee was U.I, as passed by the recent knights Montgomery during the meeting and left on the 12:10 o'clock: train will continue to from this bit; .. ."1..11'x fybit eK situ.Cr.skrrs' ,
and time will be had. improve XXX (Kot XU butter
all in great pret
lease 1 lslature, has imposed a Us on for Baltimore. it is the the Home
the opinion As-ortxl tick
port s VfeVrmekt
0"01 CauJy-
.. HI, retofo income not exceed- A T..r .f 1..peeI... forth
the soon removed }Iak that the fruit, if m uJ U!'O. Cannel g'ad.-t'arhawd uUfe 4
still entertained $1.000 were exempt from taxation, Secretary Proctor, Attorney General When the body of Genoa! Johnston kept on the will deteriorate In at U'a Ui lmrts t'u. nuck il '3 95** OPt

the meetiJl under the now law incomes, from Miller, Quartermaster General BalebcMrr<< arrived at Baltimore his old soldie were quality, owing Iet fact that the trees 10 (w.7 61 F. w.OM&3 M3) 60; .

will be source derived, and however Colonel Williams, Mor] Hill and Captain at the railroad station, and bared their are la tall growth, faster than the pricesIn $IflOl on I$3 JO 00s3 71 tMo ttlS lt.MlUllpotuh
agement tYfi /
win be part and must be taxed It i* very evident Woodruff arrived at Selma a few days ago:; beads a* the coffin wa borne lout them. market and therefore while .yol K.iuJ pufeKn WMi ccllnhiui SftodL

Terminal laboring people wl,| not stand any from Pensacola aud proceeded by special They did not form part of tbe fuaeralprocrwkiu. better .I"DC"realized a fortnIghtbencl FWkfuiimlpuis$1vo.el4O quart

system legUUtioq, sad it may be necessary 'rain to Mt. V moo mil.tary: station They obeyed bU command. it 111'1 pay to bold longer. f t fiUkl WL lud.II'. k.M 13 50j keg

<>.. 1'1 an extra session of the legislate e : thirty miles distant, "')ere seventeen. lie wa laid at re t by the vide of his wife 11'11 Fnla. ('..,1.1.. IS Wkeg. G 6l ppaPrl.le.
Savanaah has I the done. An were fired u! U salute to the secrenry. in Giecnmount .
right great injustice !guns cemetery. Mr J. J. Willie, of Lloyds' Jrffron .. C
1,000,000 bale to the bill wa slipped! in the An inipcctton of the post WM _.._
: ---- -
the orlda
a.toa county, formerly a member F rib sou d e6 I tce.ost.d .
port. and was nv rl olte-l by the house. made. including the t>*rt tks' quarter They Didn't Read It. legislature sod private see 7 .CIr twin b t*
fiat that seven ; :Apache reservation, with bocultul and aubunU bruvl *a4 averyta.| C UfW.$' i UeakbM
rted hO or. To be Investigated. Kchool c* d by the lad sea, the Indian rvtary of IIC ulltoa teat. "Wl 1X.'
of from Winded few L-1
A dispatch Monday arrived in a jrsr
neat, when the I pm iaoaers and the clearing: where Indians f .
Il&gicalacvf'D $ cablegram of Thu'slay, from Lon bo lag the of form Conn., MJ: It baa been customary for 'Washington.1 Dir Will e now holdsa -
tacght .
are principle fast to with the Interstate ...... ,
the government' day proclamation ( .
The admiralty bas ordered an see In.ible portion
the board at the says: 1 h-r" are 360 prlsoter at the pott .h.
, read la all the churches the in the 13'/>13. $.
then determined into the sinking of the emigrant .. LIt ; Sunday Ccmuvrce commission, department Egg ewntrr l
sod the at theiri
111' surprised ,.
a very poor crop, :/imsbip Utopia at Gibraltar. Owillll to condition secretary cltanlinfM and good health.I preceding tbe fut day In Wlostcd. on of natutics, and be is occupied chiefly lalecurmg I i cin-ioB TeunM*e : *jou i tb"r
of the ministers read the testimony sod IUo Lll
and p&-nI1/t..IO
IU cf the goal with the British iroo-cUd Ao- I The secretary and Major Ttmker had along bundty, none eOlDpJDI
Thia year baa not and Rodney. rumored that the conference the result of which was document. The pastors ute they ba-1 facts and figurrs reference C the ekI 17. .14u tic cl.
not been furnished with the official Iwf',re the for 1Sa >.k. $w
: eases brought Irinbpn
oclads not altogether without proo- cowmLlt
it were &
090 bale, bet ,bat the major wa given authority to B&- f p
Umatioa by the town clerk. Towa Clerk aDd Ibis I is. l a.' bantwl.
been anchored in a place adjustment present :I
h freely having I eat a number of In lions, not to exceed communion I la b UOllfl lw +
the the
Wentworth matter by too la Vlori'Ja. The JIIt
bale of the uau4 Itr men-of-war at that station. one company, and instruct them in niUI .2. t t
statement that be doe not recognize Jacksonville for several beginningwith ,
will lad the however, that the British crews 1latt d.y.
agree, tag matters, with a view of their e .f11 G
1,1(0,000. e*. in a gallant manner after the acci i!I meat la the regular army. Bulkeity a* governor, and hence J'1&oo; Msrcb 80, fur the purpose Of givinga .
Ike closing fetor t holed the official proclawatioa.L hearing to all Iotere '.d 1 the frcifbt C.,boa
sad go1.I.-a/ld4ILe
rata oa tirades, .v.bc vege- Xut I.




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Rock JAMES PniTcitAim, President! ; W. B. BARSKTT, Vlc -t'relident
railroad from ;
4 been unanimous and persistent for ledge to that point, we would be

the past few months in announcing confronted by our old enemy. It
.a waaLTJnt'RVItL HKVOTKDTO. THE AD DEVIL.Or that Jacksonville needs "deep water The fnWf Writ in its last issue would require very little Ingenuity I INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
discusses the necessity of a railroad mountebank
the of its
LARK WOHTH UntrOXK.Office to sea, but as far as we on part ,
are able to learn, there IA I no immediate south of Titusville, and presents management; to drive you back to (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida)

prospect' of her need in figures to prove that it would their steamers glad to accept their
: Washington Avenue, Titusville, the people to make an earnest Authorized capital, $100,000
this respect' being supplied. It has pay terms. Would a route to Orlando _
Indian River, Florida effort to secure one. The < Paid up capital, $25,000
been proposed' to bond Duval county aggregate and thence by the F. R. & N. Sys rv

for $600,000 to do the work, but estimate of the products of tern be satisfactory ? Those who Average deposits, $100,000

PUBLISHKJ EVERT FR1DAT. the taxpayers don't form to take Indian River is not far from cor will allow their wishes to blind :: -

kindly to_ the scheme. The excellent reel. The placing of the orange their Judgment will answer "yeg." T x Transacts a General

railroad facilities possessedby crop at 150,00 boxes is too high. But if we were an orange grower Banking

Catered at the Tltu villa po tofllce M Second.. the metropolis have attractedthe The fruit Is about all shipped, and we would prefer to make our peace Y Business

.1&8a Jllall Jlhitter. Clyde line to her docks, and I will not exceed 80,000 boxes. This!' with the 1. R. S. B. Co. rather thanto

these steamers, specially' constructed overestimate is partially corrected bend our fruit on an excursion! Largest and Oldest Bank on the Riyer

TERMS, Invariably In Advance, for entering her harbor, appear by the tinder-estimate of vegetables around the State. The route by hT9 y. ? ,
to'be business. which nre placed at 15,000 Orlando and Live Oak would be r'
doing a satisfactory DinECTOK3
tl radar, One and Two Cent ,
ft Check, ro or t
I'mtuge SUiniu. But Jacksonville will never take crates. The 1. R. S. B. Co. has about as satisfactory 88 that which! v JAII.I'RITrHARO.W.B.n AHoiIlTT're'Ient: .

.... ........... .. the lead Fernandina is brought to'Titusville on an average the forced to adopt b of the National Hank of Ja<'boR\'llIe( ) J. If,
One Vea",-. ,A........ |IMO as a port. Sweeney was IM-RKF.R: (Vlue-I>rei Rs Month,........ ,....... ...................1.00 far more available for oceangoingvessels of 1000 crates per day, for the via New Smyrna, The J., T. and 4. sb" Jacksonville), W. B. GRAHAM and W. M.CORREfPOSDENTS. if.
Three Month,...........n.....'.............. JIO.agle and the phosphate past two weeks, and shipments will I K. \V. has thrown its line JII&OW1
H Copy".................".............. 3e growing continue at the present rate for a system r v "T RealMianl .
industry will find an outlet at that around and fastened itself upon 'k' '" National Hank of New York and
lint to Any Addreii U. B.or Canada, I'repaldJditor'.o..d.o. month least National Bank of Jack.on\lIIe.
point. If a pier were constructedat at we are confident the East Coast ; it hag covered the 20
Canaveral it would attract 'sev that 60,000 crates of vegetableswill field turn where rJ ..rr.rUSVILLT FLA
; you
: ..... WALTER 8. GRAHAM. leave Indian River .
eral railroads from the interior, this season. will to,, it confront --- -- -- --- ------------ -

'jstoclate-Edltor& Manager....C. WALToN and in addition to being a most From a careful canvass of the us and drives"us back mockinglyA INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY;

convenient point for phosphate pineapple field, our figures agree railroad from Rockledge to

er do not hold ourselves re pon lble for themiralont shipments, would provide an out: with those of the Public fyririt. the interior would cross the St.
of our correspondents communication., but we claim let for Indian River products so There will be from 14,000 Jo 17,000 Johns river. and some wilt argue
tile right to reject any
that we could be independent ,of crates.\ There is no doubt that that that highway would solve the
Communications for ntililloatlon must be wrllten > next season the will be
plainly on one slllA I of the paper only, and Jacksonville and snap our fingers orange crop problem ; but this stream is dif

writer's should, In name every and cane addreiw, lie accompanied, not necennarllv liy the for at the railroad monopoly which somewhat greater, the vegetablecrop cult of navigntion, above Sanford,

publication: ,but as a guarantee of good faltn. has been so successful in the pastin fifty per cent larger, and the and few would care to trust' their. !

dictating its own terms. .nlnennnle shinments doubled. fruit over that route. .
____ ,.. .
Now, as to the question of 'v.
I The Public Spirit, In Its article, may
ADVERTISING UATESi whether a railroad is needed down Steamers
TAX REFORM. not have pointed out the proper remedy, TITTSVIU.K dally except Sunday 6.OO a. m., arriving at Melbourne
Pea Y.KAR. the river, no one will attempt to 120 noon... Returning, leave Melbourne 1:00 p. m., arriving Titusville 7:00 .
but It has nerved its It ha p.
One Inch......................10.00 Almost -, in the question the necessity. The "dog stimulated agitation on the purpose subject; and next Leave Titusville at 8:30: p. in., dally except Sunday, arriving Jupiter 9:00 a. m.,
.Two Inch,........................ 1(1.00( every newspaper in the manger" policy adopted by Returning, leave Jupiter 12:00 noon. Arrives at Titusville 10:30
Three Inch,...................... 20.00 State is shouting for tax reform, the J .T. and I{. W. R'y Co., in its some way out of the mire will be devised. a. m., morning, connecting with all points north and east.

ToarInchFir ........................ 215.00 but very few practical suggestions persistant" effort to control transportation We submit thaUthe most satisfactory W. B. WATSON,, Superintendent.
*Inch or Quarter Col.,.....\ 80.00 have come under our observation. solution would be an outside route. A .
Half Column,.................... 11II.00WholeCOlnmn. The laws' as they stand at business on the river has pier could be built at Canaveral harborfor EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION
,..................100,00 present, aroused the righteous' indignation; COMPANY
not bad $.JOOOO. This outlet' would
are as as one might suppose gin
Vat Bl. Monthi, divide the yearly rate by two3Rd from the manner in which of the shippers. With a fleet of better time, and be beyond Interference
add 10 per cent.. boats, which are plainly inadequateto
they are denounced. They are far on the part of the railroad monopoly.
Tot Three Month, divide the yearly rata by handle the business they have
from perfect we will admit but the The haul to Jacksonville which at
f1.r and add 20 per cent. resorted to trickery, and defied the present
Cents Per Line main trouble lies in the manner in costs 25; cents per box, would lx A
Local AdvertlMmenU Ten law to prevent a competition from I
14ohlneertlon. which they are carried out. Mil serving the people. Their heavy saved; 'and this saving alone, on next
," lions of acres are owned railroad season's would for the .
raid Reading Matter, not In "Local New by business 'and mail crop pay construction
passenger con.
damns,Five Cents I'er Line Each Inwrtlon.ega corporations who wilfully of the pier. A railroad to an -
tract during the height of the
!AdvertlsemenU at Legal Vates. neglect to return their lands for season, when the fruit was' being Interior point would cost six times as
assessment or to pay their taxes. much fend not be as effective.If ARRIVAL AND DEPARTTIiK OF TUB STEAMER SWEENEY.
All the above rates are for one edition perask. rushed to market, demanded all GOINO SOUTH-The Sweeney leaves TITUSVILLE about 1SJO:
The of an assessor in a Canaveral should not be deemed p. m.
pay county an
their facilities ; and not Infre. GOING NORTH-Leaves Tltusvllle about 11 a. m.
Dills collected monthly. like Brevard where the assessed quently oranges were left waitingon available harbor, we suggest that a fast The steamer J. W. Sweeney will leave NEW SMYRNA every Monday Wednesday

Check,etc., may be made payable to "Graham value of all property l is only one the docks because of their Inability light draft propellor, such as the Brix and Friday at 7 a. m., stop at all Intermediate points, and arrive at ROCKLEDGE
Walton." million and a half, is not fair haul ham, with a capacity of 10,000 boxes, at 5 p. m.Returning. .
to them. In this
compensation for doing the work could be chartered leave ROCKLEDOE every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 a. m.
tr Merchants and all others to whom we are emergency the Sweeney, under ordinary by a company to and arrive at New Smyrna. at 5 p. m.
indebted will oblige. use preventing their bills properly. The office should be a circumstances, could have make trl-w eekly trips from New Smyrnato CONNECTIONS

Ik*tat of every month for prompt settlement. salaried one in those counties handled all the fruit that could beparked. Jacksonville, and there to connect With A. A W. R. K. at New Smyrna, for all points north via Clyde St. Johns

where the commissions amount to with the Clydes the S. F. '& W., or any River Line, and Clyde Steamship Line.. '
But for the
less than $1,000. And it shouldbe obstacles other line the shipper might select. The merchants and shippers of Indian River, who wish to patronize this line
Address all communications to which were placed in her way, she will please advise their consignors to mark their goods Via Clyde Line care of
EAST COAST non-elective and nonpolitical.The could have made daily trips between An outside route, I is In our opinion, A. & W. Ry. and E. C. T. Co. or Via Clyde Line care of E. C. T. Co., Blue Springs

ADVOCATE right man for the right place Titusville and Rockledgeand the best solution of the iniquitous condition R. P. PADDISON, G. F. PADDISON,
TITUSVILLK FLORIDA. should be selected by the county which handicaps and General Manager.
our Genl. Frt.
f O.Box 222. carried 3,000 boxes at each progress A Pass. Agt.
commissioners and appointed by load. But, in spite of the mandateof development. If ills claimed that the

TG A. M.Indian the governor. the R'y Co., in face of the rulingof St. Johns river can be satisfactorily If You Wish to Keep Well Posted on the,
River Lodge, No. 00, Free and REFRIGERATION.Outside forced to make a hazardous run ledge to Lake PoLnsett, which would Various 'Topics of Interest on the

:mooting over an impracticable route forty' cost very little, would serve the purposeof
East Coast
i the just as well as a railroadto Subscribe for
of the giant strides I miles out of her way, and com. growers ,
at 730 p. m., In Masonlo Hall, In the In- the Interior and there Is doubtif
made the ; no
in field
4I1ao River State Bank building, Titus- of electricity pelled to adopt a tri-weekly instead this Paper.
.we. during the last quarter of a cen of a daily schedule, and her carry the people wish to patronize the route

Visiting brethren are cordially Invitedto tury, the wonderful improvementsin ing capacity restricted to one halfan capitalists would be glad to furnish

attend. the art of refrigeration' have ordinary load. She encountered steamers. Whatever Is to be done In the Steamboat Competition.Mr. chemical solution 'which, in a single

WALTER S. GRAUAU, W. M. been more marked than that madein unavoidable mishaps so frequently matter should be done quickly. Time hour, converts them into the most magnlflclent -

JOSEPH MBNDELL, Secrety. any other avenue oPen to In.ventlve that her service was unsatisfactoryto -- --- --- flies. A few months, and another season Geo. M. Robbing returned from I red, or the yellow pecular tea-rosesrthe shade of blush rare scarlet violet

genius. During the past both her patron herlpwnere.Is will be upon UK. The ADVOCATE Is In Tallahassee and Jacksonville on Monday which was one of the favorites of last

THE: regular docket pf the Supreme few years ice factories have lost it any wonder they are both' indignant earnest, and will make every effort to night. The case of the Indian River season. In a similar way pink roses 'are
Court has been at stand- their assist In solving the problem not turned into blossoms of the deepest red.
a There
novelty. are few ? Is it surprising hat one only Steamboat Co. versus the East Coast Some before
years tills branch
till for several month The new towns of any importance through. line which had the encouragementof by agitating the matter In 1U columns, Transportation Co., was argued before "floral chemistry"ago was developed, the of

fudges are working like' Trojans, out the South which have not at the people and whose rights had but we are In position to say that if the; Supreme Court on Saturday t, and first experiments were luces ully made

and after the rush of business, least one establishment where the been defined' in unmistakable, language either the Canaveral, New Smyrna or It is probable a decision will be renderedIn : in England with the popular pink hor-

rowing out of the phosphate discoveries crystalline product is manufac by that special tribunal Lake Foinsett plan Ii adopted, thirty the course of a few weeks. The courts solution tensla.'whlch of Iron by assumed being watered blue with a

and decisions of the Railroad tured. Now, we are told that a created to prevent discriminationby three per cent of the necessary capital at present making every effort to pre a shade.

Commission, are disposed of, refrigerating apparatus has been railroads, should be stimulatedto to put the enterprise into operation is pare a decision in the famous phosphatecases PERFECTEDCRYSTAL

they will no doubt catch ''up devised which can be placed in a procure relief before another ready, provided the balance required is in order that the Governor may LENSES

rapidly, box car and by a connection of season? Is it any wonder that the raised from outside sources.Rockledge. treat; the subject properly In his message ta.aa rue,
pipes similar to those used with who tlaAtq raM W ltvlra
realize the
growers, obstinacy to the Legislature, which convenes
A RAILROAD from the interior to air brakes, the contents of an entire i of the monopoly with which they next week. .

Sockledge would be a costly affair train of twenty cars can be have to contend, are seeking 'about While in Jacksonville, Mr. Robbins

aad of but slight, if any, benefit to' kept at any desired temperature! for a means of escape from the I lad an interview with Mr. J. R. Parrot

ahlppers. The legislature can, if from zero to 40, 60 or 60 degrees clutches of this octopus? L. D. Hancock the builder, is building general counsel of the J., T. & K. W.

to disposed, frame a law which will above. If.this statement ia true it To return to th question whethera four dwelling houses. as well a* a RaIlway Co., and it was learned that the

compel our present railroad to will be a boon to Indian River railroad is needed down the river, church at Brantley. railway would be

treat shippers fairlv. Or a pier at The shipment of vegetables can be we repeat this need cannot be Owners of groves, who have artesian willing to company agree that the franchise perfectly as to

Canaveral would bring the monopoly assured without loss, and our fishing questioned. But is there not a wells, will find that spraying the orange a part of Broad street and all of the ri-

to terms. The remedy should industry can be developed to more effective remedy for the existing trees with sulphur-water will kill the parlan right should revert to the townIn J. E. ENDER & CO.
come before next season I en It is i also evil? The extension of the scale louse and all
proportions. Insect Try It.. OAflA tllA__ fttrAAf... tlAtllfl._ nn__ IsintfVA.. tw
u -- ---- n -- ---- "'" Have
claimed that the entire interior or present railroad south would be -6 exclusive sale of these celebrated
The used for
orange grove formerly owned by railway purposes. Mr. Parrot, Glasses In Titusville.
THE: SUPREME: : COURT docket is a ship infected by "yellow jack"can of little benefit to The
growers. Mr. Wm. Merwin, has been sold to a Mr. also stated that he had no desire to bind
s a far behind at.present that even be subjected to a freezing tern. Railroad would'tl) you that an Jackson, of New York, for 113,000. Mr. the town to procure releases from abutting FAULKNER KELLAM MOO BE,
the cases which are advanced on perature, the microbes destroyed, extension was only intended for The only Manufacturing in
D. C. Smith, of Ocala, was the previous lot owners where It could not do so Optician
the docket cannot be disposed of and a tedious quarantine avoided. passenger service, and made for the South, Atlanta; Ga. Peddler are
owner. except by purchase but
with despatch. In order to get an If the new invention ia all that it the purpose of keeping a rival out that the only required not supplied with these goods. 6febOmo
town would
Now is the time to visit Indian River UM itt iitfluetux.losecure
early decision, it is necessary to is claimed, the whole system of of their adopted territory. They releases.In .
and Lake Worth. The tourist rush
lave a case advanced on the dock. cold and manufacture would Is
storage 'of force to patronize their
.t of adoancetl you over. There Is plenty of room In the view of this expression on the partof TitasYille Meat
cases. The phos ice will be revolutionized. steamers, and extort the same exorbitant the Market.
| phate litigation boats and in the hotels, and the weatheris railway company, It will be seen
claimed almost. Only a few years ago Edison was rates they demand at delightful. there Is really no substantial difference
; tAe entire time of the court for the struggling to produce the electric present. It has been said already. between the Titusville -

[ past two months. This subject] light, and many believed he had by those in authority, that if the The naphtha launch, Gracie, owned' the J. T, & K. W. Town Council and ALL KIXD8 Or
involves over $25,000,000, and can. undertaken a hopeless task. Today railroad is extended south it will by Mr. W, M. Merwin, Is a flyer since Railway ; and the

J Eat be disposed of without the his invention ia superseding not run a freight train ; that the she has been overhauled by Mr. Frank matter was stated virtually settled three weeks Fresh and Salt Meats Eggs
(greatest care. the Smith of New York. Mr. Smith served ago as in our columns at the ,
gas burner. can now be quarter of a million of dollars invested time.

made under favorable circumstances in a 175.000 fleet cannot be his time at making machinery for all Mr. Parrot also stated Oysters, Fish,. Fruit A Vegetables,

THE: GOVKRKOK is anxiously. a. cheaper than the natural product thrown away, and that the Railroad kinds of launches, and was sent to this that have been that any threats IN 8EA80X.
I waiting the decision of the Supreme can be cut and stored. We Commission having no power over vicinity to make repairs and run Mr. might made In regard to

J Court in the phosphate cases before certainly live in an age of marvel steamboat rates, they can continueto I Men*'in's boat. Hie the terminus being removed from Titus- CASH FOR POULTRY, EGGS, VEG-
were made without
( framing his message to the legisitature. ous progress. charge ten cents per box by Mr. Lewis Powe has one of the model emanated from warrant, and TABLES ETC.
His Excellency ia author. It is confidently believed that water, which is far better thaa groves at Rockledge. lie raises the whatever who had no 19 E. J. DAVIS, :Manager.NA'LJ1ilL.8N'Se.
authority for
icy for the statement that, "If It the wonderful metal aluminum will three cents for the same service by finest fruit to be bad, and is always making such a
I should be decided that the State is be produced so cheaply in a few rail. They will argue it will be pleased to see anyone who may call. He It I
probable the
ordinance preparedby
I entitled to a royalty on all phosIphatQ years that It will replace iron and better for the grower to ship from also takes pleasure in showing callers Council for

mined from the bed of steel for ship-building. If this his dock by steamer than to haul the grove and fruit. Mr. Powe has sold acceptance by the railway NEWSPAPERSubscription

streams, that it will be unnecess hope Is realized, we shall see his crop one, three or five miles toa his oranges to the same house for the company and will be entirely satisfactory,

"cry to levy any taxes for State steamers as large as the St. Lucieso depot. It will be seen that under last eight years, which speaks for Itself. posed the of. street .question be finally dis- *

urposes." What a wonderful buoyant they will only draw these circumstances an extension We want a railway and are going to Agency.

ate Florida-If its governmentould five inches of water, stronger and of the present railroad south would have It within a year. Canals and'tt(am- FlorUts and t

be supported entirely from safer than those of steel, and proof not be an effective remedy boat are too glow. Our products are solved horticulturist have -
he royalties paid by against corrosion Aluminum Would problem of producing the The Pioneer Agency.
phosphate or rust. another railroad, coming perishable and need quick transportation. new and
ompanies. It has always been ia a white metal bright as from Orlando or San ford, be any The lover end of the rIverInthe fashionable shade In a peculiar -

opposed that taxes were as sure silver, strong as iron, and lighterin better? We think not. The most pineapple districts-need a railwayeven ty "scientific" manner. Instead of ror terms and sample copies address

i death' but this saying way not weight than the same bulk of direct line north is that of the J., more than we do, and are sure to growing new varieties of roses, which !*
I of C. H.
to Florida. i process years th simply grow ordinary KAUMAX,
:pine wood. T. and K. W. from Sanford ; and subscribe to the stock liberally, I white
roses and dip them in a TITVSVILLE, Brevard county, Fla

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,rite for particulars and price

Bftrao p. t4. JOHNSTON Manager. church was beautifully decorated.White' Jfotlce. H. R. OLMSTEAD '

roses, Easter-lilies, white water- To All Whom U May Concern. '1

; The Fire Ordinance. lilies and white oleanders were employedIn NOTICE will IS HKRKHY Iw made I4IVKN to the Rlnlature that *n>llvs-of The Pioneer Dealer In INDIAN RIVER LUMBER

It hardly
great profusion. .
,- the State of Florida at its next ...*li>n. to pana MERCHANDISE ,
seem possible to northerner that ,all local or Mwial hill! to legalize the
tunctl'has under consideration the tlon of the Town of Kan Gallle, In the manlyuu V
of ordinance certain were grown in the open air, but such is Krevaril, and to declare the lncormn,tloiiof MP.A.N'Y: : :
ling an defining p '
the fact. ban (lallia valid and of full force and eflertandto Eau Gallie. ,
"ndarles to be known as fire limits define the boundaries nf mid Town of Kan .
Hanlan and Edwin Nelson have ( and to change the pif.ent boundaries *o Incorporated Feb. 28th 1891.:
rap prominent citizens have urged Perry that the corporate limit will contain sections I keep in Stock a Choice variety of \t
ji'Board to take Immediate action In taken the contract to clear end grub 4, B, S,1! 15, III, 17, !W, :21 and SB of Township 27 ,
I matter. It will only be Det'eSlarysome for pineapples, forty acres of the land South, Range 37 Fast 9Ofeb.ap1:4Town : GROCEUIES, HAKDWAUE, TITUSVILLE. FLA. ,i : : ji

active Individual, who Is op- recently bought by Edward Ingraham, CROCKKKY, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC 'i ; '

o. 1 to such a step, to carry around a of Bristol, Conn. Twenty acres are to Ordinance. And will Sell n<* Low ns the Lowc t. COMPLETE STOCK OK ,1

lion and kill the measure forever. be finished by July 10th, so as to be Be It ordained by the Town Council of the Call and examine my Stock. 18 House Boat and Skiff Lumber : "I 4
ready for this season's planting. We Town of TTnlsyillethat the right: of ]uuwiire to ) .<,
night be well to inquire whether the and from the Indian River mar the streets of 4!
(posed scheme is not being pushed in understand that contracts have been thin Town having their termini npon the hank Brick Lime Cement Fire-Brick 'x'Wil
closed for 400,000 slips to be delivered of Bald river,or over whnrven at the ends of mid J. E. ENDER & CO., t:
> interest of some one who Is Interest- streets,particularly, over Main and Broad *
has tJ'C'tan..I the wharves at the tcnnlnl themif Lath and ,
by the above date. Mr. Ingraham "' Moldings Shingles
1 In the sale of brick. If this ordinance hall lie free to the public,'and that the same "g'V' n1ohD1n1E..ors; ;', ,
Old the limits should be so deed contracted with Capt. McFadden for a are public pmiwrty. All boat may 1..III1.t unlit ANhMANUFACTURING '. .f '
pass, streets or the wharves constructed or which Brackets Pickets Turned Work. =
schooner 75: feet in and 24 feet
' as to please everybody and leave length may hereafter be construetedaitheendsth..rentand JEWElERS. F

certain lots and parts of lots In the beam, fitted with all conveniences, which shall may not make exclude nucli other reasonable lasts from tine the thereof like TituHvil Fla., 33Covti30Gi Framed to; Or dor. \ 4} tIt.

the owner proposes: to use for his private Any )>eron or corporation which nhall exclude u,
inert centre, In case the owner should or attempt to exclude tlie, public from the free ___.__._ .. .. __:h ._ ___ ___ __ ._ HANSON.. Mannger.. ; ''r: "
template putting up a frame builddrulng cruising yacht. use of aald itrcet or whams,except an may I{* of Fine and ComplicatedWatches ]
; the next ten years. Council Lumber is on the ground for a house : hereafter wharfage or provided In any other by Council manner, ,liy shall charging upon: ; vetting/ of Diamonds and other ll'oCo ionn.1 Cnrdn.Or.OROU J. M. Sanders Co. '

ould not be hasty in Its action on this for David Murray: conviction thereof lie flnnd not exceeding cjno) Prwlous S tonl'''. q ,
for each offence or IniprNoned not exceeding
|bjeet. They are the servants of the The Melbourne has had a good numberof sixty clay, at the discretion of the court, Alll nU>r and Hog Tusks Carved and : : .. RllHHIN WALTKB8. OHABAK.nOIJlJINS Dealers In I
Till Ordinance shall take effect Immediately Mounted for eanc-liunds, brooches, etc. OKAHAM
pIe, and should spare no effort to gete guests lately.Mr. on Ito .pI'rov.1 by the Mayor and publlnatlon SheU Jew elry niude. DRY GOODS

| views of every Individual who Is L. D. Lock wood has moved into for Approved thirty ilay Feb. 26, 1891. In S. U. Ray a new building: opposite ATTOUNEYS-AT-LAW, ,, NOTIONS

ely to be affected by the passage of the house from Ira HitKj: R Wiljiox corner from Postofflce. CROCKERY a
recently purchased ,
Mayor of Tlt"avllle. Trrvsvn.tR Urevard Co. Kloildn.
Prompt attention to all orders by mall ,
|le fire limit ordinance The Railway Crosby, on Melbourne avenue. J.W.Rooms,Town Clerk. aSheriff's or otherwise Ulnov r. o. hut,11M.WIIII'rtIt'tlC'. SADDLERY

bmpany may want, at some, futuree Dr. Tibbals and family of Chicago, In all the count le.of the Seventh STATIONERY, ,
Sale. Circuit and In the Supreme ('''"rt. Special| fa '
to a larger depot or freighted
put up are spending a few weeks at the Mel- (little for Examining: and lerfectlug Land FAMILY MEDICINES,
and virtue of execution blued
j of wood, and the existence of an UNDER by an HODGES & GODFREY Title. (CnrnwiMindence' nollcltcd from Claimant GARDEN: SEEDS'
bourne and enjoying themselves very the county court of llretard county *and Heir to HpanUh (Irant*.
Inane preventing it from doing so, 'much. Stat* of Florida' In a certain canoe thereinileieiidlng Money to I.cIRII. 1 C1IOICK (GltOCIMtlKS: ,
terminus wherein W. L.Tlionms I* plaintiff Manufacturers Of \y
tight cause It to move the | HAY CORN MAPES' FERTILIZERS
)Ir. and Mrs. )f. J Webb of Plain- and Charle Ilerndon l I. defendant dated the ,
I annihilate the town. Council should ith day of March A. I). IW'I/ I ha\'e 1."le.lnl'on, TTI. GAULDEN, FINE PATENT FLOUR I
field, N. J.. are guests at the Melbourne.Mr. and will Dell to the hlgheat bidder for cash, lie- Yellow Pine Lumber .
> low In this matter until the people Webb has spent several winters here fore the court house floor, In Tltu".tI1C', Florida Coooci, P10rl.da.:
heard from. They have been alto- hetween the legal hour of sal,", on Mmidav, the A ATTORNEY T.LA W,
e i and is the most successful fisher HOT(ill JltEII"KD
onexof 6th day of A. D 18U1, the follow lug trod( ,, ,
ther too hasty in acting on important men. lying and A\rll.\ In laid county and elate aforeaald 1 Orange Itox lleitdn, TITUBVH.I.E, FIX T. W. Rogers
and described an follow,to w It t Fruit .A Vegetable Crate ,
luestlons.Secretary's. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Batchclder, of Itaglnnlng at the section line 171 yard northof Lumber delivered any part nf Indian River AS. T. SANDERS DEALER IN
Worcester, Mann., are located at the the southeast corner of the northeast quarter on through bill of lading. Anyone tiontemplnt.Ing J ,
Riverside. Mr. B. was quite 111 on his of the Ronthwe quarter of neotlon S, townidilp building on the, East Coast, would do wall to
Report of the Tltus- hear Is 21 south of range 3A east; thence go west 118 write for price*. The .IUIIII.I situated on theJ. ATTOHNEY-AT-I Furnishing Goods, Shoes Hats r, '
arrival but to ,
we .are pleased thence outb 02 thence west
yard; go yard; go ..T.& K. W. Uy.,9 mile south of 1'alatka.

villa Presbyterian Sunday recovering.Last 325!: north yard,along to went the line said of line said 2"'quarter. jardni!) thencego thence nralnvrd.Agent i Cocoa,K. Btlllng)Eau Oallle, Eugene Judicial Will practice Circuit In of all Florlila.V. the Court. of the Seventh Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks Yallscs, tF

School. Saturday was a busy day with: east on a line parallel with the north line of Oino.pd .O. Box,2311. TITVSVItXE, FLA. FINE CIGARS, Etc
our merchants. All seemed to be busy Raid quarter toll yarela| thence go south on the BntHiiinii plights, Putiinn co., 1 11\.
and the amount of goods shipped wouldBurprlse east line of Mid quarter 103 yard to the place Money to Ix of beginning) and containing :20 acre more or of dents. Furnishing Goods. t
FIRST QUARTER, 1891. a stranger, who would wonder Icon lliri'lnumr to pay for title*. GEO. ALTREE ,
LA8L TEACHER. ATTENDANCE. where they all come f1 om. Dated this the 6th clay of March, A. D. 1801.JAMKK. T\n. M. D. L. DODSOJf, G Drop In and examine my stock, and

1. W. E. Dale, 7 7-12 63 13-30 Melbourne has had a goodly numberof 44t Sheriff Itrevard. BOWMAN County' .'Ia. BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT compare mand every prices consideration Cash customers competitorsclaim com $
visitors during the winter and all
2.. Hiss K. Paddlson, 6 1-3 75: seem pleased with the place and people. TititBvillo, Fla. SPECIALIST IN OPERATIVE, SUnOl- to confer.

3. Mrs. Faddlson, 9 1-4 00. We have heard many say,. after making Notice.In Call when convenient. First door
for fiance and Organs Florida CAL & MECHANICAL DENTISTRY
4. Miss L. Norwood, 3 5-12 75: a tour of the liver, that they preferred CVun/u Court, Krevnrd County Ffar Brick Agent and LIme; New Process;Gasoline south of ADVOCATE office.

6. Mrs. Dixon, 0 1-4 85: 5-7 Melbourne to any place below. icla. Common Low 1891. hove that cannot explode. TITITBVIU.K, FLORIDA, ,

6. Mrs. Rumph, 16 5-5 70 Mr. T. IL Knight,* a short time ago, GHOUTIK, HAAS& GITTHMAM) A *nmpMtv Will at all times handle every dlscript- DIXON & GRAY

7 Mrs. Schell 10 7-12 83 1-3 sold part of his place at Sebastian to F.O.IICCKABAV.* I) damage fllO.oo.To" : : Ion of New and Second Hand Furniture. DR. n. I.. WILLS, ,

Mr. C. A. Mallory Chicago Mr. .(1.Ht'CKABAV,"YOU In fact will get anything to supply the Dealer In
Scoble & 11-12 85: 57Average
& Mrs Mallory proposes, to make a pineapple PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
of the
wants People.Tradellml'n'18ollt'd ; ,
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED!: ,That a writ Drags Chemicals Toilet '
plantation tnel ewe! believe, and deem- blocks Disposed of. Perfumery, <,
A of the of Pennsylvania
attachment baa been issued against graduate University -
Attendance, 00 1-0 ing plenty of water necessary has con- I Will sell On Commission by private treatyor and of Articles Fine
and your attached to aatlnfy the an experience twenty Soaps Stationery '
you ,
Number on Roll, 94 tracted with out enterprising hardware demand of property\ *and Outbtuan plaintiff Publlo Auction, anything you wantto years In practice, offers his services to ,
ROLL OF HONOR. merchants, Messrs. Fee &; Nesbitt to herein amounting to(1S6.K7. turn Into money. the citizens uf Titusville and vicinity JEWELRY
drill artesian well and lay the necessary Now unless you hall appear before the Judgeof absolute "
an Cash advanced on Goods for SPECTACLES ASEWING
Perfect Attendance. said. Court at the court house In Tttuivllle .t
and to our OFFICK: OVKK: j, w. HOOEHS co.
pipes hydrants Irrigateten in Aid county of Brevard on or before the eth sale : :MACHINES.
1. W. E. Dale, acres i day of April A. D 1891 the(am* being mle day, i Guns Machine
Miss K. Paddison .n 2. ,filed herein judgment will be renderedagainst p j LA 'Machinery ite aired. Watch, Clock

5. Mrs. Paddison, Fort Pierce.The to MtlnfV you the by debt.default\ and your property old JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 17THDIST and Jewelry a Specialty.

4. Miss L. Norwood St. Lucie Hotel Is now closed for WITNLS3 the Honorable Minor 8. Jones, fii'i Notary Public for the state st La,.*. School Books and Kci: >x>l SuppHes:
5. Mrs. Rumph Judge of Aid Court, a* well u A. A. Stewart, Contractor and Builder of over:90 yean' experience. Subscriptions taken at publUher'a prices
the season clerk of said Court,and the eal of said Court N.tnrall'lnl.h
Specialty. for hooks
SCHOLARS. at the court house In Tituivllle, this and day ol H j)., Newspapers, Magazines etc.
Senator Quay left Monday for the March,A, D. 18111. A.A. BTXWAIT,Clerk.JAMKT MELBOURNE, FLA.JPuttoli.. Prescriptions carefully compounded at
2. Willie Goldsmith; 2. George Bran- 8AlfDERA.I'IaInUJr. M
North. 11H f anytime, day or night 1
[nlog; 2. Bertie Mabbette; S. Lula Dixon; Attorney. 4Nt + = ,

13.-Susie Glad win; 3. Maggie Martin;, 8. : Mr. J. Tyler is having two large wind ao e. ... ,1 :l.11:1.nD1: ; .. "
| Jeanette Paddison; 8. Annie Paddlson; : mills erected on his place here. Notice.In P ; Drc,yman. rugs,

I S..Florence Norwood;5.Carrie Norwood;; St. Lucie can now boast of a good ttte Cirrult Court for ttui 7th Judicial ._)C Hauling all done at reasonable and meet rate.all Attends It
mfib.IQa departing arriving
6 :: Patent
Circuit of Florida, in and for Hrtf1ardcJUny. e Medicines
[ 8. Charlotte Spencer; 6. Ethel Rumph; school, which Is In the hands of one of In trains. If
A. D. 1891. Chancery.
[ 6. May :Mabbette; 6. Carrie Mabbette; our most pleasing residents, Mrs. Dardls. : Orders left wit i G. B. Rumph or at

Charlie Gaffer; 6. Martha Wlngate; Capt. Carrow, of the. Florida Canning CHAM.ES LAUBA $v MZTM.A.*. BIUTU)J)Bill for Divorce.. H attention.ADVOCATE office will receive prompt Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles .

18. Viola Castell; 6. George Jones; ft Fan- Co.'* trade-boat Irene leave to-day for appear by tbe bill of com t Kept constantly on hand at s'F

[ rile Jones;' 7. Willie Foy; 7. Glenn Mar- Jupiter, with a large cargo of merchan- WHEREAS/ Bled In tbe above entitled o s 0 = .4.a Prosohor,

tin; 7. Eddie Rumph; 7. August Deisner; cauae. iworn to by complainant; and that the atfAJ TITUSVILLE FLA.
J. 33. Screven'sDIIUO
dlae.Land aid defendant Laura Smith, reclde without
7. Harold Haskins; 8. Clara Eaton; 8. seems to be changing hands the State of Florida, and that *hc I* over the Keeps a full supply of Metalllo and

I Anna Eaton; 8. May Blake.' freely here. We art glad to see It; the axe the residence of twsnty-of one defendant yean, and 1* unknown that tbe,and place that of : :SiiEDEN Wooden STORE.

; Report rendered Sunday March 29, 1891. more settlers, the better. Still, we have aid bill I* filed for tbe pupae of procuring a Coffin, Cases and Casket
between tbe complainant and
of divorce
.U. TBAOUK: NORWOOD Sec'y, room for plenty more yet. defendant. It I* therefore, ordered that the Funerals attended If desired. All orders Also the latest Newspapers, Periodical
said detend.ntl.t ura Smith do appear anelan.wer promptly executed and at reason ., etc. *
The oyster and fishing season la about aald bill at the clerk'offlce. :In Tltua- able rates. Embalming done. g ;
Brevard Florida, on or before the
Land Worth Inspecting. rule county
over now. We expect to see more done 8th day of June, A. It. 1MH, or(aid bill will betaken FOR

next year than this, as 'it is fast becomIng against aald defendant contented. :AX.: 33. Pixtixioll: ,
It It further ordered that the notice of this
We are offering five and ten acre lots a great business here. order be publiibed weekly for the pace of threemonth pINEAPPLE ,
of the very beat hammock land with the W. T. RABBI In the BAIT Coot ADVOCATE, a news.pap BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER Wines .
corner and boundaries plainly markedno Or published in Tltuavllle, Urevard county, Spirits

further cost for survey-one mile Notice. iOrdered at Chamber, In PeLand, Fla., this Tltusvillo, FIn. .
from 'Minis station, postofflce and 26th day of February A.D. isui.
school, at 25: to 30 dollars per acre. The i In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial JoHN D. BROOMS pLANTATION Work contracted for on any part of ,
adjoining pine land Is very high and' Circuit of Florida in and for Brevard Judge of Florida.I of the.Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit Indian River. 8 :Beers,

rolling and the neighborhood is exceptionally county A, D. 1891. certify that the foregoing! I* a true copy of
healthy. The land we offer DWIOBT M. BKWABDVi. the order of publication wade in this caae.
Is unexcelled In the State either for the TttunUIe.TIa.,March 2nd,ltt l. T. an. Rioharc1.: / Jno McAllister CIGARS, ETC.
A.A. RTSWABT; ,Clerk. ,
Hall admlnlitratorof
Oscar a*
culture of citrus fruits or vegetables. the cute of Aaron P. D. L. OACIDBH Mea, Indian Rlier, Floridati\ OF TilE FINEST QUALITY,
Rich, drained muck lands, for vegetables Cleveland deceased Solicitor for complainant. emararo r Contractor for

or sugar cane at $20.00 per acre; and Catherine widow Cleveland bit 00 TO

high pine hills, for homes, at $10.00 per Aaron Clevelandand Mary B. Notice.NOTICE '1" XV. SJU..L'.1;&.,
acre. Apply to: 'levelany ofMortgage. HEREBY GIVEN of the forma
Indian River Loan and Investment Co. Phoebe H.( IS Drayman ,y11 ,
Catherine Cleveland to be known a* tbe .
of a corporation Supplied. ,
8-tf. Bobbins &; Graham, agents. Coulee: Cleveland Will attend to all kinds of Hauling,
C. Hall and bar "Canaveral Land and 'Harbor ImprovementCompany -J Eau Gallle, Fla.
Hall her biulwnd.Decree ," wl place of builnea at'I huaYIlIe.J'torlda. promptly, cheaply and expedltlously. pd.Omow.N.'HENDRY. ae
The general naton of the to
Melbourne. William Cleveland Cleveland, and be transacted by the company will be the Improvement Will deliver baggage for passengers r
the of Canaveral.
of the harbor at
Cleveland his wife, tbeeonntrucUoa arriving or departing on train or steam
and B. Cleveland.and In Brevard county Florida| :
maintenance and operation of a PIer at aaldpoint
,' ,
(Cleveland bi* Ife. J boats.
beautiful Easter Sunday. Mary the buying Improvement and Mil Ing of !
A day was ;
having Known, by affidavit of .tabe building of a retort and of acommercial Can be found at the Railway Station Dealer In
Ernest Svedelins, has sold about six C'UIIIa1DaA' that George Cleveland.William port at a cite to be elected by the or at my residence In South Tttusviile.
Cleveland, bis wife on Old harbor; and the general -
acres of his place to one of his Swedish and Cleveland Sawuell'leveland..d and Mary Cleveland, his; company of a town site company; the constructionand aid ilte' U. S. Mall Carrier. 5GIAHrPg General Merchandise

countrymen we believe. w if e,are each over tbe am of 21 year; and that, with operation the Banana of a tramway River. The connecting amount( uf \beeaplt.&l ,
they each reside out l for the ,
Several changes of property have been but within the United States.It stork aathorlahall be present in full.The DRY GOODS
U therefore ordered, Chat, the said GeorgeCleveland l. are tbouaand dollar, to paid up
1IUIde'neat here lately. Lewis Brainerd William Cleveland and company ball commence It*corporate *sUuateeaaaunaaa -

has sold part'of his homestead at Val- Cleveland MarY Cleveland bl*wife, his and w ife.Samuel answer Cleveland or demur. and to '-& filed with U* uncles the Clerk of of auoclation Court of Bre sod 'Tt'Bis' NOTIONS
of BUM
who Wed in this caue. on or yard county and with the Secretary cilx STATIONERY
karia to Frank P. Dutcher proposesto the bill of complaint. ,
of *
the term twenty year
and continue for
before Moodsy.the 4tb day of May, A. D. lent .
raise anrange grove there or the sane. will be taken against them M The by a business president of,the secretary company and will treasurer be conducted ,aad a pYS'til 4au'kht'ur'nuAtOtitl tC4fiL"'r Choice Groceries

Several lots have been engaged in the ?I.-further" ordered that a copy hereof be board of not lee than three director tbe tockholden.Tbe tbe number cL cy .% '
each by *
eonaecntlveweek to be fixed year
week for four
down the river published once a tbe director who B113f8, FLA. 8
new cemetery. Parties KJUTT COAT ADVOCATE a new*. officer ball be elected by Lurekboddsre 1
have for lots also. The *pu lithe In Brevard County. lhall themselves be elected by tbe CItC '
applied piece annual meeting to be held.. tbe scat
Witness tbe Honorable John D. Become, at the Notice. THE
has been platted, and as soon as surveyor and A.A.lltert. Clerk of said Court Tuesday of March of each: ,..v. The highest. ; ADVOCATE
Judge House at'fituayWe, tbi 1.1 day of amount of indebtedness to which thecorpora.Lion 1'h. Town Warrant Lost--Notice .U hereby
Bnrchfiel can find time, the stakes it the Crt can at any time aubject itself hall out ex- { that I have lost warrant No. 201
A. D. 111II1. y given
will be set and roads and pathways April, of/.Bred A.STEW County ART, ,Florida. exceed paid ill.ninety per cent of its capital stock for 1100, issued by the town of Tltua- Job Printing DepartmentIs
Clerk Circuit Court PWIOUT W. TVTTIB, favor and that payment on
cleared. I hereby certify that the above i* a true eopjr e r Yule, In ray ;

Ilex W. n. Manning delivered eloquent of the original order made In tbi./. STk'aese.A. :w.A RT. t.BIDXXV....M.WrmuB lorries.WatTLR ,. the same has been stopped; and that I '
Clerk of Circuit ffurt, B. UBAHAM.WlLUAM have applied for the issuance of a duplicate. Ready to do Your Work.

sermon at Holy Trinity church to Roan n & GRAHAM.Sulicicurt A.1AcorplIratol1.WUODWABO Hubert A. llardee. 051I ,10;(

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ALLIANCE TALKS. be manipulated to seem the one thing SOUTHERN BRIEFS in general, while Governor Lowr,' It Is very Important In this age of vastma- "German'Syrup"

and mean another. But When it comes MK-cch Is expected to be a tribute to Jeffer- "ttrW progress that a remedy be pleasing

to a frank, often} :' rcfortfi I\'neacnro' ihnt .00'Davi.. Mrs. DaVis and Misa Winaie the taste and to the eye easllr taken acceptable

NEWS OF THE ORDER FROM can only bo used for one purpose! mid, 'DAILY OCCURRENCES IN THE ire expected to be present to the stomach and health In Its nature '

that one a source ot benefit to labor in SUNNY SOUTHLAND 1 lie'Now Organs grand jury held another and effects. Possessing these qualities, Syrup !
ALL SECTIONS. producton, tho result is tho same us session Tuesday and from the wit- laxative and most
Is the perfect
of Figs one
shown by the Missouri legislature. The etMrt It I N evident that the body Is getting ,

next legislature in that State will pans a Curtailed into Interesting and into tho brihery business. In fact, B nU diuretic known. _
Items of Interest to Alliance- different resolution, without doubt, ns piifoni in authority, with an air of The man who cannot rcspoct himself has We have selected two 01

men Everywhere. the Alliance is about dono with such Newsy Paragraphs.The lions amounting, to $112,000. The latterare only one more step to take to fall Into the pit. Croup. three lines from letters

---- treatment.. secured by collateral, such us real estate FOB Impure er thin Blood, Weaknrcs,'Malaria freshly received from
.% legislature of Texas, on 'I( ucsday estate, notes and good commercialnotes. Neuralgia, Inrt lire-t Ion, and Ulllonitntns, rents who have German pa-
TUB FAKMElls' MOVEMENT Farm Titw.(Porterville, Cal! ) says passed! a scientific temperance educational Tho assets, outside of real estatein takelrown'eIron Bitters-It Rives and ctrengtb, given Syrup
old feel young children in' the
yonng their
penons to
A writer In the American Farm Newt, law emergenciesof
'It is ,
a privilege often granted by tho ,:litigation, Include life insurance eI'lODII.trong; pleasant to take.
who Urea, at Topeka Kansas, among capitalist to let the producer cat bread Attorney General Miller has appointed: amounting to $124,000, but whether Croup. You will credit these,

ether things has the following to from the crop he has raised, and it is a E. p Axtell assistant United States attorney moue can be raised to keep these alive is power The reason is because some they people do do not not have have enough more because they come from good, sub

*ay regarding the farmers' movement: privilege some men are grateful for. Its for the northern district bl Florida. in doubt weakness stantial people, happy m finding

"The political upheaval Kansas frequently difficult to get some men to understandthat The board of trustees of Millsap's Col- mystery, that here will be Sensational Ilawkei' Spectacle what so many families lack-a med

referred to as a revolution, but it they have any rights, and to discern loge have decided to locate it at Jackson, rcvclopmenti' before the end of the The reputation of theo fine glasses Is not of icine containing no evil drug, which
may more properly be said to be an evolu clearly what those rights are, Until the Miss The of that week. The sensation will be the indict tbe cheap order. 'I hey have been used, endorsed mother can administer with
The formative people city are very the solid con
tion of public sentiment masses do see it and exhibit a determination of not heretofore men- And warmly praised by representative
enthused in men t a party JMich
United Mates. the in
have consequence men of the fidence to ones their
the movement lung
influences! of
to defend it, the overthrow of any tioned in connection with the unsavory men recommend them as Senator-elect Jno.
been in operation in the minds of tbe tyranny by which they suffer can only be Tho Warren Lumber company, operating of the case, B. Gordon, Ex-Gov. Kitfclmgh If. Oov. E. W.Wllcon most critical hours, safe and sure
people, and at last they have taken shape of temporary duration. There are plenty one of the largest sawmills in eastern part of West Va.< Kcv. ti. C. Morrison, D. that it will carry them through.

in the state and made themselves manifest of people acting automatically with the Texas at Warren, was placed in the handsof A Birmingham dispatch says: Messrs.and D t Bishop l ot tbe Alex.Houtb W. Gov.Uregr R., B.Chancellor Holjbnrd,University _x- ED. I* WH.UT9 of Mrs ]AS.W. KIRK

f in the late election in which the 80,000 uploi lng classes who see the a receiver Wednesday. Rclltou Gilreath, James Spence Minister' tn Japan; Sudge'Imon Hdghcs, Alma, Neb. I give it Daughters' Collegeto
wrongof Joseph IIard'6 secured control! of the of Arkantai and many hundreds of others.Thes children when Harrodabnir, Ky. i
majority was utterly wiped The N. C. ( has
republican the but will let Wilmington Messenger
present system, they of the Birmingham Furnace iambus *pect cles are sold in nearly troubled with Croup have depended
out: History does not show a more com the exploited classes suffer so long as been purchased at auction, under mortgage properties rverytown fromIorrlau.l: to New ["Jtlco.: and never saw any it in attacks of Croup upon
plete and sudden revulsion of public they suffer willingly and without resist for $...GOO. It is ,announced that. Manufacturing: Company and, composed mineral Call for liawkes'. 'lake no others. Every pair preparation act like with my little daugh-
opinion in so brief a time. Naturally ance." its publication will be continued. of furnaces, coke ovens it. It is simply tniracnlons. -' ter, and find it an invaluable -
who think here as well as lands, Wednesday. They will build ex- ." remedy.
people Two thousand coal miners, employed ; The Moef l r Ever" "
additions immediately
elsewhere\ ere asking what does it mean! In before in tho Laurel Jellico districts to tensive Mrs.Wells asks: "Is It a fact that a person Fully one-half of our customersare
a speech convention of are
and will the deal involves $400 000. Northern capital can make teal or$40 a week In the platiug bnslnees -
caused the
What upheaval the National Farmers' Alliance of Iowa, strike on May 1st They ask pay on coal is interested.lI'khe plant is at Truss ?" Y mnke from 13; to f a day, plating mothers who use Boschee's German

movement continue to go forward, or President L. L. Polk laid:' "The farmers before it is. screened, and eight hours per vilfr and the furnace is now idle. and "..'li'IDg plated ware; the Lake Kleutrio Syrup ,among their children.A .
fall instructions.
will it away and be iiumtxrcd Co., Englewood:; Ill., will give you
soon'pass ought to elect more farmers to congress I in the Schwartz Jn this bualiieu there is money for medicine to be successful with the
teat weref As to the day.A Further
the developments
among things because the of farmersfor rbodr. A 1.L\1I1Wo little folks must be treatment for
petitions dispatch! says the grand jury at show that tho !.v a
here assert it to be the tar ft bank failure at Louisvill4 .
causes and transportation.many Doubtless there wore relief had been disregarded. The Louisville, Ky., will Invls'l?ato the failure bank has been practically insolvent s'nce the sudden and terrible foes of child-

other irritants local state and national Alliance intended to go into politics but of Theodore Schwartz & Co bankers 1873. The deposits will reach about $75- Spring hood, whooping cough', croup diph-

that bad their influences, but the people not party Ism. lie suggested the possibility and criminal prosecutl n is to follow. 000, and there aro debts to other institu- .theria and the dangerous inflamma
of a new in the next The
talk hero largely of these two points, .the campaign party and said the presidential assets turn out to be nothing. A dispatch of tunday:: from Philadelphia tions of delicate throats and lungs. @je

tariff and transportation.Convc the Alliance would principlesof About fifty moulders, employed at the says: Facts are being brought to '
Is Here
'rsing with a republican here who triumph as early Richmond, Va., Locomotive works, went. light which indicate that the trouble in
as 1800 if both tbo old had to be
recognizes the situation but laments it, parties on a strike Monday, the union laving; the Keystone National Bank, which was u1 .
General James I}. I
swept away. Weaver'' declared it moulders soft
lie said: and Labor Commissioner ] improper for' to closed by the comptroller of currency' When nearly every ;
"I expected a change in TMiblic sentiment furnish castings for scabs to finish in Friday last, dates far back of tho "run"
Congressman-elect Otis of Kansas deliver needs medicineto
but I was not prepared for so complete d similar addresses., The Farmers', machine shops.A i inaugurated dur ng the financial string body

a reversal. This state seemed only Alliance will\ play an important part in Ilarrisonburg, Va., dispatch says ency of lost December. It was statid purify the blood and

two years ago to bo the fortress of republicanism this year's campaign in Iowa. that ono of the worst snowstorms of the during tbo day that President John tone the system.Hood's .
the very Gibraltar of the I season set in there Saturday night and Lucas, who died in 1888, owed the bulk up

-r.arty1n power. But in two brief years I.' Arcadia (La.) Herald. : "One of raged all day !Sunday.: If most of the largo sums of money, and that this Tact

tee how great the change!: tho demands of, the Fai men'says Alliance is snow had not melted scow after falling, was concealed Irom several of the directors

My republican friend seemed to warm that United Stake Senators be elected bya I it would have beep the deepest snow of although known to others. tI

up as ho looked upon tho past, and he the winter. I '
direct vote of the people. This demandis '
continued j "Tho troth is (he republican The Milwaukee Wis. and IronWorks 'DEDICATORY EXERCISES
worthy of a Careful consideration, and I ,)'Bridge
party has somewhat abated its high pro we know of no good reason why it should made an assignment Monday Sarsapaar9Hagrows
tective ,ideas in Kansas. Tbo state not be granted. And there are many morning. The liabilities aro reported at i For the First Four Days of the t

is an agricultural district and reasons why Senators should be elected *t about 200000. The assets are not World's Fair Announced.At more and moro

the" farmer have ,concluded that by the people. It will place them in a I I given:: but it is claimed they will excee.l Chicago, Tuesday,: a committee on popular every year, for r9
they have been paying taxes to tho liabilities. Slow collections caused -
nearer rei aLl without it is the"bestSprhig N -
keep up Eastern manufacturers .have a wholesome influence upon' their the failure. ,, voluminous report on the arranged prognmimo .
receiving any of tho benefits of tbe law official acts.. It will prevent millionaires A Savannah dispatch of Monday says: for the World's Fair dedication -
themselves. My opinion is th.t the protective W are o/toai o'n' l fc> we't/"". whether yon
from buying scat in the Senate or bribe General Alexander and the officials of the ceremonies. Tho opening ceremony will wish to purchime or not-delighted to showiHuxlR
policy in politics will never again ing members, of the legislature." Georgia Pacific and tho Gould lines of the be a grand military display, Tuesday; ; Ix-cuute that ghee ns an opportunity of
hold tho same place in the politics of the west, are cooperating in an arrangementto October 11. In this 10,000 troops of the convlnclnu'iou hnw much lower our price*
On this nre than oar ompetitlon. You dorou1'Ie1'n
state that it once occupied. their jAt a recent meetinu of the fourth congressional bring about close schedules between national gu'rd and several regiments: and MedicineEuLsIoN Injustice If yon buy anything in the way of
point the farmers have revised district of Texas, held at Sulphur Savannah and points beyond the Alia is- batteries of the United States regularswill diamonds, prci lous fclonot, watctien, art ftnod
opinion and I cannot say that they are in or itilvirnarc, before neiitnB our Hock.. J. K
:Springs: the following resolution was sippi.' participate. On the evening of this fetvx rn* & Bro., 47 Whitehall !St.,At<**U,Ga.enrt .
favor of free trade, but certainly they. parsed unanimously "U.solved. That Anderson, Green & Co., o( Nashville, day it is proposed to give a series of tab. forfeit*'m-"... _
are no longer in favor of high protection.That the Northeast Texas District Alliance leans tho salient historical fSCOTT' i
this one of the largest dry /goods houses in representing
CM has gono by in fact the i fa in session assembled, in the city of the south, assigned! Tuesday. The assets facts in the life of Columbus. Wednesday Every Farmerhis own Roofer
and the sdoner recognized
< Su'phur Springs indorse in full the are about $200,001) and the liabilities will be the main day of the dedication
by Republican"politicians the better Ocala plat rm and tho sub-treasury bill, 130000. The assignment: was duo to v'ertmonies, and will be ushered in CHEAPER than Shingles, Tin er Slate.

it will be for them. and, a copy bo sent to D. B. Culbirs collections. Tho largest creditors by national sa ute of forty-eight battery Deduces Tour INSURANCE, and Perfectly;

A Democrat In Kansas, and they before are demanding him to accept the same and poor ore in New York and Nashville.The volleys fired by all the batteries Fire, Water and Wind Proof.

moro outspoken now than ever do alt in his power to have it enacted democratic in attendance.' At 10 o'clock the troops .
much in the late Misslssipi state execu-
says' ,"I do not see +ISTEFLRDOPING
into will
form and the ,
law. e'Cort president of the ,
change la Kansni that can give any tive committee has fixed July lath: as the I .
date for the state convention to Uruted States und diplomatic corps and CORRUGt1'ED.s
holding Of
old Democratic
special'comfort to the The Alliance Vindicator (Sulphur dstinuuUhed foreigners to the main Pure Cod Liver Oil with ltIG
nominate three railroad commissioner\
the Alliancemen ,
party In other State with the Democratic Springs, Tex ) says: Thu sub-treasury and the representation was fixed at two building where they will be greeted byconsolida'ed Hypophosphites (I.I lii((6CATALO
may co-operate promises to give the producer a chance to bands playing 'Amcrici.: '' UL a PwdicrCacf
for member in the lower :
is not
But bore it so. every
party of such get something nor the value of his pro house under the new constitution.The After the forty-eight states, rcpro-ented Of Lima and Soda.
They show' no symptoms any ducts. What chance has he under the 'I by the> uovernors and staffs, have followed There '
are emulsion and
hold the Dem etnuMon, :
in I
affiliation They seem to manufacturing concern
present system of getting it! Yet some the programme of dedication ex- and then it still m-ieA summed milk
crate as much in derision as they do tbe fools stand up and argue against it and the world'has been organized' ot Houston ercia'i will be given.. In tho evening which mawiueradet at .,,,,,an.. Try nt I Oar and ran Hoofing be applied U ready br formed any one.tor the Do Bnllaljir.not Buy
Republicans. Their hatred of lognlls still offer no substitute. Texas. It will have a capital of there will be a continuation of tableaux U trill,many manufacturer* cannot any llooflnc till you write inn. tor our Dmcrlp-
disgfia7 their eO cents to be deep and bitter. They do .... $15,000,000, and proposes: to establish representing the historical events in AmerIcan it palatablo to tfnuUIrn llomarhf. 1it'.,tl'lI -
not; regard/ him u one of them, but look The organization of district alliances plants to cost from $50,000: to $200,000 !history. Oo Thursday there will KmuMonoffU/tKHOKirKOIAIf COO
upon him as one sympathy with tho in, Houston, New Orleans and other LlVfM OILttomlilnnl with tlypophotphltrt = ASELl?IE--
all over the country is beirnr'pushed! vig be a mammoth civ'c and industrial procession it almost at palatable at inl'k. V
money Jlow n. I cannot judge of their orously. In this form of organization southern cities in the cotton belt. which will fully illustrate all departments tor this s......... at mil at for the fact

future duration but certain it is that they means is made available for practical effort A Nashville dispatch says: The work. of industry. Friday, the last of lUmtllnflnft*, fhy tefant qualtrasf tlui UlxtphotjilMe .-
are here now and they'announce that la securing the demands of the order men engaged in clearing away the debris day of the celebration, will be devoted scribe it in Costa of .FOR..was AUNE.DOL.LAU dellnr,tree w all chargM B I hL: la cwt say...paraoa bl ass la
they have 'come to stay. Perhaps they through national legislation.The of the fire at the Central Asylum for tho to military exercises.CLEVELAND the 11a1k'd1l1alef,au ot cua'toiWtriii arttal** eartuUy *-
have. Time will show if in this they be ... Insane, on Monday, discovered the remains CONSUMPTION paekaat .
SCROFULA, One etrooonoa bottle of ... TaaallBa 10 eta
right or wrong. Alliance in Ma"lal..dja booming. of James Burton, of .Moore county WRITES AGAIN. BUOXCniTia and Cua two uuoa bottle of vaans..mad,, *S m
After hearing from the two old partiesI who was thought to have escaped. This CaitOXZO COVdU or SEVERE COLD. ;:VaaaUna U -
ou.l't. Crmire .
fell in with an Alllanceman who was NICHOLS BLAINE. makes eleven victims. None of the other This Time the Doctrine of All Dnipnlttt tell it. ,but be sure you pet of v.*eline UMOM *
.. on the genuine.". ".-.."...favor J mttaftons. Oaka of Vaaalm Soap, an-* full in tho faith. lie was free and positive patients are missing. Ou.Cakeotva.euo.tlo.p.IQubdwywwt d,7! wQs.
Tariff Reform.ExPresident -. ....... ......... --UIWe 110"..or Wnlw TlMaar", r
in his talk. Said he: "The Alliance Louisiana's Governor Writes to afternoon than half the ... ........... IJr
will be a factor in politics for years. ,It business of more,Russellvillq the Cleveland has! written a .. ..3:; ;.,..
the portion ,
Secretary. Ortt ltcr..DO.
has mission and will not. retire until I of Franklin Alt letter to the Indiana tariff reform league, .........c. 0.._.......... II.__1M that has been carried out. What is A Washington dispatch says: Secretary couny seat county, was the closing paragraphs of which are as ..ovrtrupoo*....lIy1aIiOtW --"" srcp'es.... -

the mission? Boo our various platforms Blaine received a letter from Governor burned. Among tbe burned buildings follows: I ACI I'S I IIREM _int u.inflation will' our 9u.iritic bsea.... *ltlt or wW e.0 d.r'latsiie w

and from them you may gain Nichols, of Louisiana, Tuesday morn- was a new hotel,valued at $10,000 and "You will not I hope, think it amiss Ca.ebr.usk; Slta. c.. Sot 8'.t* EL.. L Y.TR .

some idea pf the work the Alliance ing in regard to the recent killing of the insured for $4,500. The totallosl' is l if I suggest the necessity of pushing, [
Italians in the at New Orleans. estimated at $50,000.: The fire is supposed with vigor than the doctrineof WOROCRFel
has bren sent to work out. Before eleven jail more : ever; CHAIR
its task has been all executed it ,will The letter closes as follows: "00 the lath to have been incendiary.The your organization. I believe that the I ,

.have to have control tho National government I telegraphed that there was no ex greenhouses on the large farm cf theories and practices which tariff reform CON8IHn IG5ARTICLLOF

And so swift has been the: ciU'iuent in the city at that time, and that W, K. Vanderbilt, at 'Oukdale, L. I., antagonizes are n sponfiLlu for many, if DY! FURNITURE.s' .

rise of the Alliance party that I believe I saw no reason to antl ipate further were destroyed by Saturday morning, Dot all, of the evils which! afflict! our pea I r SVARU 5

that it in conjunction with the labor ole trouble. I also rated that the action caused by the explosion of a steam boiler. If there is a scarcity of the circulate aso1eJ

ments iu tho cities and iu the factories that was taken wo directed against The houses were filled with rare plants log medium, is not the experiment worth ;forCoughe.Colds flndConaumptlon,Is beyond: WHEEL CHAIR

will elect a President in 1303. Heretofore particular individuals, and that race or palms and flowers the coHcctlon of years.' trying as a leme of leaving the money! :question the greatect ol all modern remedies.S r
the capitalists of both parties have nationality did not enter AS a factor &ineofthe/: plants can hardly \be replaced. in the bands of the people and for their :Itwlllstopa Cough lnone nlJht. It will check: ".Y' "1! FREE,

been able to keep the farmers and the in the disturbance' A week has The loss will reach $IO),OOO. use which is needlessly taken from thina Asthma I a Cold. Inadl', and CURE. It will Consumption prevent Croup It takes, relieve la: aud.. ihf(ur p oo food dativary.*to b* WIlULnua.

town, factory and mine laborers apart in passed since the date of my dispatch [ 8. B. Alexander and J. M. Newberne, under the pretext of necessary taxation :time. IF THE LITTLE ONES HAVE :; l aeud wrap A Q Utt M O i1.CUCBG *- ewe' as II.IIL s ua

politics.. But that day i Ls post. Now all and the opinion then entertained of the examiners'.committee of, the State If the farmer's lot is a hard one in his WHOOPING COUGH ores CO.IU j e4
these laborers and farmers can unite and as to tho termination of the Farmers' Alliance met at' Raleigh, discouraging struggle for better rewardsof :

will unite, and there is no reason why trouble\ proved to have been well found- Wednesday, and examined tho books of his toil, are the prices of his productsto OR : BORE WELLS lUA.KE

this combination shall not drive both of ed. The men killed QS I have stated tho state secretary, BeddiagQed, who retires be improved by a policy which hampers I .; GROUP i iIT lPOihDUL MONEY

the old panic out of the field in 1802, were confined in prison under indictments to become railway commissioner. trade in his best markets and invites .t jj Ua 11 i .t>UL )LH.> -<'CIIU..L. SII1JABLI
and have a President who will respect found in tbe criminal district court for The committee will elect a new secretary the competition of dangerous rivals? 4. .6"_ WILL CURE: .01010 MOUE wntiw.dawarr.ATEg

the middle classes. Such is the vision of tbe parish of Now Orleans; the sheriff There are over twenty candidates for the Wh they other means of relief may appear : .; ,s,. :,. 'WHEN EVERY-; 1-hay *) tan VVrlUwhar.alkrra Paay1T..

politics u I see It." bus iiiada his return of tho facts to the position.The necessary to relieve present bard- THING ELSE .lucbM M FAIL U .\..Aar tl.aa;..

From these talks you may judge somewhat court; the judge thereof has charged tbe )[Montgomery, Ala., Medical'sOciety ships,. I believe the principle of taiiS -', ''I cant FAILS.afford"You to;: LCOMIS t HYUAN tH Ca1aIOs
grand jury now in session, iir regard t< reform promises the most important aid i be without !
of the recent political change in hat resolutions !
unanimously adopted .A 25C.bottle mtr l* 1100'It Doctor'i bills TIFFIN. OHIO. fRttitl
Kansas. I the matter, and tho whole subject is, I favoring the consultation with homeopa in their satisfaction, and that the con .-may me their" litft. ASK YOUR DBU6-:.

... I as ume, now under investigation by that thin and electric physicians.i The matter tinued and tartest advocacy of this principle fcar-'SISt..FOR.."-IT. IT TASTES GOOD.
und I satisfied that mo.tof the is essential. to the of the'I5CREAM :
body am lightening
Ths Amtriatx Farm Nits (Akron 0.) will be brought up in the state t.isncia n1LwA EPILEPSY FITS
killed American burdens of
persons were citizens lion at Huntsvillc 14th Someof our countrymen. etllal.o Nostril Is
says: "J'mldtnt Parkinson, of the Wisconsin April Qulctl,
but it is probable that two or three wero the ablest in the profession advocate Abrebed. Clean.a. tba Ile..a, iaCATARRH. "aa..d bf Dr.O. P. s.....'. , H a 'd
State in B8IoIa tba &A4 Clan R-turtlT ... d..unlsn
Agricultural Society a THE DOORS CLOSED. .bo..1. 4 T. iaa lees. '.
Italian subjects. Air Blaine has sent a LD Ht:19: Fpd.nn: ... ... .
annual address the resolution, and will try to have it en- r and tin *n. on .p" Add. I
recent spoke upon the copy of the letter to Baron }Fava the dorsed the state Giaad btraM.J....>r Oiljf. i J. Lwab ub.d Yea
by meeting.In
subject of The Farmer in Politics" Italian minister.' The Keystone Bank Compelledto #7 -
Mr. Parkinson held to the belief that the United States court Wednesday t JrXone6 t

one of the fanner's first duties was to be THE PRESIDENT'S ANSWER Judge Bond signed: an order author Shut Down. Baatoraa Ta..ta andtSmall.quick- .. lIGENTSo'i.8ECO 1VE

a thorough politician and mo his utmost izing Receiver Chamberlain, rf the Three The doors 01 the Keystone National IT-JUU.T.-.. 50. at PnwKtat ...... w shpt.!; I. Fob,,,..,_ Wets as b sees.DA'101&1

effort politically to the suppression To a Request of the Afro-Amer. C'a railroad, to borrow $30,000 on certificates bank at Philadelpha, were closed Friday, SLY Wa1R,6t 'tLtH.! I Edittoo.:'...1..of....ib.1'.srtaw..... Acn..loca Atha of n."t..c....Worl4,pas d.r"u-Iarg.
of evils in politics and the production of the road, which are to bear by order of the comptroller ot currency. C.esu.1 155. E..,.,_'.lU1lalt.I'.It.-
ican Press Committee. interest in Admission was then denied to all PROF. LOISETTE'S NEW ereAyorrrmaddrr.aancaoaaInuttuctd1Totarau. .
of higher better at 7 per cent, payable two persons.The .
government in tho interest of the The national committee ot tbe Afro- year, and which are made a first Hen on closing of the bank was a surprise-to MEMORY BOOKS. I

masses. He warned farmers of tbe American Press Association railed upou the road. The money is to- be used in most of its depositors.. During tbe financial ..CrtUcUmi.....April tat.o.l.Full..went Memory 11--..... Brady BAGGY NFESG Pant
danger arising from the grasping Jf land President Harrison Monday and presentedah paying the current'debts of the road. ttringency in the latter port of last ooly to ibnaa wno Tables of olracl COBICDU 4 envakip furwardad, B1

by mooopolit and centralization of the address. Among other ti.ings asked Commissioner M..oQ. of the internal year there were rumors affecting: thebank's w AlaoProapai.tuaiXMTI'Kiliiot a.vw forpKtm* Adder UM LolaMUaaArt \1 Adupud..__ at _Arb.W_...PL. .

*'wealth!' ( the country, made possible by for, was that the president would appointone revenue bureau at Washington, receiveda solvency, and a heavy run was fiuf.UllaJTTE.: at.'\Na A"".Hew Tort .. ..01.., GUaxl.Y If TIe'8y.y <1__be. ..
legislation. lIe that of their race to some p>ition in connection made upon it, but the institution tided
unjust predicted telegram Satuniiy morning from AgentMcCoy
unless tho legislation in the interest of with the world's fair. The president at Greensboro N. (X, saying that over the run, and was thought be in a VV AJSfTEDYOUDI
the half of the in rtspnnso said, in substance, good financial condition 1 he largest depositor ro
musses was coon had 1C. J. Barnwell was killed aud Deputy ( Men and Ladies to learn Telegraphy'
wealth of this country would be controlled that, so far as the position on the world'afair Marshal T. L. Brim mortally wounded of the bank is the city of Phila- Apply to Carolina! Telegraph School PENSfoNSb.ts.

by ten thousand! men by the cud commission was concerned, there by moonshiners in 8'okes county lie de phia, which has deposited about $IOU.. ".lLL14Ii1STOX, s. o. : see..y :

of wenty-five ;year He urged the were no vacancies, and, if one were to says that the department' will take active 000.\ The-authorized capital of the bank .ti.. a-:
occur, an alternate would fill the place.If i. 00,000; and a surplus of 100,100 Whiskey Bablta
and the offenders
election of farmers to state vigorous to bring
legislatures steps at .bo....
do was claimed. Piiout wows WHLLFREE
became however
it to
and to congre&a and deplored lbs fact poa-ible, to j uatice. O ptOa.Book of par. GBT ,
that there were scarcely enough farmers anything, and the proper man was presented : Againsi aunaay ropers. anent FitLF- ? lays a lk.rYu .
ae would make the appointment A Yicksburg, Miss, dispatch says r.4at.WOOLLE1u.n
la conpnn to constitute an agricultural The levee on Watt Benjamin's plantation, Auauta.Ga> C/lli.l!Iu4'4 U hlt>ha uT || btwabraJMlr CABRII6EWI 1Iea4'=k'
committee. Lake Providence A Boston dispatch of Tuc dI\YI4"I; A 1e
Trichinosis.News twelve miles below wuluAY'Jed
Deadly U-- uJW' : YJRota.aLwY.0-
petition signed by Rev Joseph Co.,k and AbUMJlkftM. tl L ul la.tii IODt
East ..
.% broke Saturday morn I g. It is in 1 aw tuna ca.ataaae .*. .S.. -
Lookout levee. many other representative of the Ua&M- -- & A. N. D ,... n r:_ imiv
TU Farmer tfct II ft (MemphI Mo,) comes from Ctntrevil'e, Wia, Carroll pariah, near point been ....
: "The Missouri '1 he own consider this a disaster. I chusrt's Sabbath Union has sent to
says legislature have 10. that four critical runs of trichinosis, great ,
darted the Ovala platform with the exception caused by eating raw or partially cooked The levee is know as the old Bass levee. the legislature against the preparation, tb
of tbe sub-treasury clause aud h.m. exUt in that p'are. Thu sick are The water from the \break will run direct I printing, publuhiog site delivery of

the clause relating to government controlof confined to two fiiuulks, but 1fa ex< in Trnsaa river, which will cirry it oft newspapers on Sunday, on the ground Beat Cough Medicine, recommended Physlelans.

railroads. The legMaturo might as pected that others will.\ be affected, as the Senator Walthall and ex-Governor that there is net just or sufficient reason Cures where all else laths. Pleasant and agreeable by to the
weU have denounced the entire I diseased meat of ha been l have I in- why the publishing and sale of new spaTx tasla. Children take it wthoct( objeetiun
Vr' y platform.., .. f ,...? purlskea gen-; Lowry- of MU-, .>.iJpi< accepted. >H thou d twelve dim-rimlnatloo from fly druggbata.


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E\ JR.) not so much as something to at. At sha t to prosperous enterprise" ; At long at "a>, ;.NEWS AND.NOTES' Elephant! Caught by Electrfoitf. who believe that DC
TALMAGE began to revive in her delirium she 1I&Id.- church is feeble ana the singing fs discordant Thos
>. pngptnglyt "Elgbt cental Eight Mental! and the minister,through the poverty of A novel application of electricity ens Sage's Catarrh Remedy will
cBROOKLYN Eight cental I wish 1 could get It done; lam the church must go with a threadbare eoa, recently been made in cltphant-catcnlnir

1E DIVINE'S SUN.. soUred I I wish I could tret some sleep, bnt I and here" and there wnnhiper sits in the CONDENSED FRO TELEGRAPH A recent capture of forty of these animals, cur them are more liable
i- DAY SERMON. must get It done! Eight cents! Eight end of a pew, having! all the seat to himself when the last of unwleldly bodies than those who
center Wa found out afterward she religious sympathisers of other churches willsay AND CABLE. to get.wel
was making garments! for eight "What pity But let a !rrent day of had passed the entrance into the Khcdda,
L cents apiece" and that she rotH make prosperity come, and even ministers of tba the signal for barring their exit was given, .
:, .bjee. "Tfce PI .lof Uei." but three of them In a dnrl Three times gospel, who ought; tc be rejoiced at the large- Epitome of Incidents that Hap instantaneously and without a word don't.I you happen to b one of
I right are twenty-four I Hear it, men and ness and extent of the work denounce and spoken by means of nn electric wlro. It
Tzxt t 'T bIZ not surely dfc."-Genesis! women who hare comfortable homes! misrepresent falsity, starting the suspicion pen from Day to Day. is only a short time since who don't bleve. ther's'a ,
Borne of the of the in petroleum supersede
: 11I., worst villains city are regard to themselves that the reason of
the employers of these women. They beat they da not like the corn is l>because" Is not native vegetable oils for lighting mater $50 hep your
} That WM a point M nk I''* Satan told If them down to the last renny, and try to ground in their own mill. How long before Ex-Governor Hoblnson, of New York tho ba71' end. village of for if makers -
-p'I t !? Eye to V induce her to put her semicircle ol cheat them out of that. The woman must we shall learn to be fair in our religions criticisms -\ died )lo\l\ I\Y. India 'ow taking the I's you
.white, beautiful teeth into a forbidden deposit a dollar or two before she gets the The keenest :Jealousies on earth are In both of of Sage's remedy can'tcure
in tho
his place coal
-.-rotat or pliun. or peach or apple. He prao.ft garments to work on. When the work done church Jealousies. The field of Christian will, Pnnoo Jerome Napoleon pcttoleum or gas
(, tfoally said to her, 'Ob, Eve, nst take a bit it Is sharply inspected, the most Insignificantflaws I work is so large that there Is no need that makes no mention of his lion Victor. great spinning factories, for which it Is you, no mater how bador

_*- ot ttds and TOO will be omnipotent awl DicKed out, and the waxes: refused,and our hoe bandies" hit. K'ng:; Humbctt bin forbidden ( pcularl1ul cd in a hot cllmnte. owing of how long standing
otnnlscieot. Yoa shall be as gooV JnstoppOKiti sometimes the dollar deposited not given Next I speak of social lies. This evil make Victor I'dnc and absence of smell. your ,
was the remit./ It was the first Ue back. The Women's Protective Unlcn reports much of society insincere Yon know not to issue a manifesto from Italy. catarrh in the head may be. ,.:

that was erw toM In onr world.' It opened a case where one of these poor souls, what to believe. When people ask you tOo Ihp grip Is *pi railing rapidly In Milwaiikoc AT the end of 1880 there were twenty- r
tie pate for all the falsehoods that hare ever finding a place where she could get morewages come you do not know whether or not they Many prominent citizens are seven cotton mills at work in The makers arc the Wodd'sDispensary
lighted on this planet. .It Introduced: a resolved> to change employers, and ;, want you to come. When they sand their victims, Japap, Medical l Association
,Wague that covers all nations, the plaeue of went to get her pay for work done. The regards you do not know whether it is an expression having a tota number of 200,500 spin
o... Far worse than the plagues of Egypt! employer says. 'I hear you are !going to of their heart or an external civil. D.spntches: of Tuesday nj : The death dles. gross amount of cotton manufactured of Buffalo, N.Y. They're
', forthcy'wereo* the banks of tbe Nile, bnlthis leave me." "Yes" she said., and I am come ity. We hnve learned to take almost everything 1tc from the grip is increasing in New (dining tho was
on the hanks of the Hudsonon the banks to get what you owe me." He made no at a discount. Word I. pent .Not at York aud Much of Yl'a raw 27.0:0,1101)lndl. known to newspaper
t- of the Kejt River, on the banks of the Ohio answer. She said. "Are Ton not !going to home when they are only too lacy to dress pjttiburg. ever
and the .JKfaslsRlppI and the Thames,.and pay me'! "Yes," he said., "I will'pay :you;" I themselves. They say, "The furnace has The secretary pf the treasury lift paid, p rted from IMtish, India, n there Is not publisher
___lt the Rhino, and WM Tiber, and on both sides and he kicked her down the stairs. 1 I I just gone out" when In truth they have had Indmna'g share of the direct tax refunded, yet enough grown in Japan to supply the and everdrggst
,ot all rlvew. Tho Egyptian plagues lasted There are thousands fortunes male in '; no fire In it all winter. They apologize for amounting to $709 144. demand.Fon I ,
; 'only a few weeks, but for six: thousand rears commercial spheres that are throughout the unusual barren ness of their table when ily ascertain that their '
ha*raged this plague of lies. they live The committee ceremonies have arranged Indlwtlnn unit RtomMh wor'sas
righteous. God will let His favor rest upon never any better. They decry their on .nJp Iran Bitters.
.. There im n hundred. wars of 'tellinz a every scroll, every pictured wall, every most luxurious: : entertainments" to win a a programme fr the dedication'cxciciscs Ton. ., tho rni sjrMom,cleans the.t,1 good as ,their bond .
Jlo. A man's enM\-e. Hfe may be a falsehood traoerled window. and, the ;Joy! that flashes shower of approval I They apologize for their of tho world's fair. knit strengthens the mus I. A rploudid too*
while with his Hpg he may not once directly from the lights, and showers from the music appearance, as though it were unusual, when Io for weak aunt .uWIII persona.
"Iwfy. There are those who state what U and dances in the children's quick feet, pattering always at home they" look Just so. They An association of u.Confctlrtl soldiers Begin right. The first stage, '
positively tiotrae. but afterward say "may through the hall will utter the congratulation would make ;rOil believe that some pie and sailors was organized W'Ih-' A great many people are sjliwmy Iwrttnse
be" sofUy. These dt>.p rtur
are called "white Hos;" bnt thero is really no A merchant can, to the last item, be thoroughly painter. "It was an heirloom, and once Them ts rn0ret'atMrhlnthlmtleetlnn of the build '
want to
each thing as a white ,ie. honest. There is never any need of hung on the walls of a castle ant a duke The fund for tho relief of tho suffer*'rsv Country than nil older llm'>nKrs put together, on a wrong
The whitest lie that/ was ever told was as falsehood. Yet how many will. day by day, gave It to their grandfather." When the the loss of tho steamship Utopia, in and untIl the last few yoi>m was guppwml to foundation, when build
black as peeditlon. No inventory of publlo hour by hour utter what they {now to be fact Is that painting, was made by a man Gibraltar bay amounts to 1,150.! bplneurnlilo. iuracrrat IflY ymr" dOlot you'r
-crimes will be sufficient that omits thte' glgantio wrong. You say that yon are selling at less "down east" and baked so as to make It .1 ulixnl and di.. .. ing for health. And don't
abomination. Thore look old, and sold with others for ton dollars The ribbon weavers In the Pioneer tilk rrnounCI"' hy mntttantly falling to
are men high in than cost. It co, then it is right to say it. !
shock with harsh
. I church and state actually useful, self-denying But did that cost you less than whit you aslc ,, a dozen. People who will lie about mill, at Pntcnon, N. J., went on a strike trtD.nt.prnvvn 1'luounl'll to|II Iw In n the stomach
I .and honest; in many tluoca: who upon cer for it? If not, then you have ftLsifiad.: You nothing else will He about a picture. On a Monday, againut a reduction of Su percent coTwtltntloinl disease, and t hrrlnr Iolarrh requires treatment. Use the, .milder '
tan subjects and In certain spheres are not say, that that article cost. you twenty-five mall income we must make the wo'ld: believe in tnnnUtutlonal treatment 101' 'larrhI1I
At all to be depended upon for veracity. In dollars. Did it? If so, then all right. Ills that we are nftluent, ant our life boo wages. Diannfarlurwl Ohio, u the liy .F. J. (''.n. A Cu''I''I. means.
deed, there are many men and women who did not. then you have olslfled. I comes a cheat, a counterfoil and a shim.: The big. wool-hnt foimed In Nw market. only Mtlltklal cure
trust UlfttHken I
have their notions of truthfulness) .. I Few are natural. When I York In doors from You wind watch '
so thoroughly Suppose you are a purchaser. You are 1 persons really city two weeks by tho lending lOdrnpa to n tpiwpoonfnl. It anti directly upon your onc :
perverted that they do not knowwhen say this I do not moan to slur cultured man wool! manufacturers of tho the Wood! and niuroua surritrespf the
"beatin down"the goods. You say that hit a Your and
: thee are lying. With many It Is a cul that article? for which five dollars is charge 1 ners. It is rIght that we should have more ('d Monday They" offer tWO for sing cane It fall to,81.n.Ilr day. bOwel 1
tIytmdln' wltn Koine it seem*a natural in admiration for the sculptured marble than forciriilrsan4 testimonial should act as
_ firmity. I have known people who seemed Is not worth more than fonr. worth no for the unknown block of the quarry. Prom Ex-Senator flair Las accepted the J 'J- u" ><"T Co., '1'010".ddr.. ,
four dollars Then all If
J to have been born liars. The falsehood more than right. circles In life has driven 11 Soldbyjrnggits, 71. they do not
of insincerity key.Tfo
_ their live It be worth\ more, and for the sake ot getting t' many Cliitua mission, nn I lia arranged to sail use a '
extended from cradle to out vivacity and enthusiasm. A frozen
_ :Prevarication, ralsropresentation and grave.dis It for less than Its value, you willfully! depredate -t nlty instead floats about the mom, and dig ice from Sun FrancUco for tho "flowery FITS stopped free liy.nIl Kttwit' On AT key is Dr..Pierce's
it have falsified You No otter fireS dtiS
honesty of speech appeared their first you may berg grinds against loebarg. Yon must not kingdom" on tho 1st of 1TR\1 n.UIII a
utterances call it a sharp trade. The recording angel llay. .. Treatise and *1 trial Pleasant Pellets. One a
and were as natural to them laugh outright: it I I. vulgar. You must and little dos.
as any Mayor Uriiycr Caitcr Ine". Dr. Kline, KU And St.. fhlla., I'n. .
:-ot their writes it down on the ponderous tomes ot You ex-Miiyor
infanttte disease, and were a sort of cmuo. must not darn rapidly across Harrison -
inch been nominate I
_ moral croup or spiritual scarlatina. But eternity "Mr.So-and-so, merchant Water: the room;you must rllJ There Is a roundof Lavl M
-v many have bean placed In circumstance street or in Eighth street or in State street, bows and grins and flatteries an.1 ohil candidate for mayor by opposing factions Keep Your Blood Pure
where this tendency has day by day andI or Mrs. So-ami-so, keeping; house on Beacon and abet land simpering and natnbypamny- of the democratic party iu Chicago.
hour by hour bean called to larger develop street or on Madison avenue" or Rltt nhous ism-a world of which is not worth one _
the number
Immigrant 3,870
IDtI \. They have gone from attainment to Square or Brooklyn Helehta' or Brooklyn good, round, honest" peal of laughter. From 0
-attainment and from class to class until they Hill told one falsehood." You may conjUel such a hollow round the toi.tured guest>e- were landed at tho barge olllco, Now

have become regularly graduated liars. it insignificant because relating to an tires at the close of the evening and assures York, Tiiiwilny. Au lousullylaro title A small quantity of prevention is worth many poundsof
The air of the city Is filled with falsehoods. insignificant purchase. You would despise his host that he has enjoyed himself. of immigration is ) tLit seasou. -
They hang pendent from the chandeliers of the man who would falsify! In regard to some What round of insincerity many people cure. If blood is in good condition the liability
our flcert residences; they crowd the shelves great matter In which the city or whole country rnn in order to win the favor ot the world! your _
I .f some our merchant princes; thy fiU the was concerned; but this Is ou'y a box: of Their life is a sham an I tbnir death an un- Tb Swedish ship Fcnntor Weber was to disease is much reduced and the ability to resistits
sidewalk from curbstone to brown stone buttons, or a row of pins, or a case of speakablo sadness. Alas for the poor butter- caught off the coast of England by a any
facing; they cluster around the mechanic's noedloj.: Ba not deceived. The article purchased Wes when the frost strikes them t heavy gale Saturday and tire vessel wasting influence is tenfold greater. Look then to
hammer, aud blossom from the end of the may ba so small you can put it ia Compare tire life and death of such a one foundered
: nerehantfa yardstick, and sit in the doors of your vest pocket, but the sin was bigger with tuat of some Christian aunt who was and seventeen of her crew blood by taking Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) every'
drowned. your ,
than the and the echo of the dishonor
-ehurehot Home call them ""fiction. Home Pyramids, ouce a blessing to your household. I do not
style them "fabrication." You might say will reverberate through all themountains know that she- was fiver off ere 1 the hand In General John C. Lee, at one time licnten few mon hs. It is harmless in its effects to the :most
that they were delu- of utArnltv. marriage.. She 11'l'edusIDgI that; untratnmeledshe .
subterfuge disguised, of Ohio died Wednesday. '
ctonromaneet evasion You thrOwon your"cOunter some specimens ant-governor I' infant it cleanses the blood of all poisons,
pretensefable,deception of handkerchiefs. Your aRks might be everybody's: blosslng. Ho was commander of the in yet i
mlvepreseutation, but, u I am igno customer : I Whenever theslck were to Ira visits I, or the troops
t .rant of anything to be gained by the hiding "Is that nil sllkf No cotton iu In?' You poor to be provided with bread, she went charge of tho fort.ideal ions Washington and builds up the general health.
"It h all silk.Val it all tilkf _
of a God defying outrage under a lerlcographera answer If with a blAsiing' She could pray or sing u.nti tho full of lUchraond.
blanket, I shall call them what my so, all right. But was it partly cotton "Rock of Ages for any sich pauper who Tire trial of Charles Kincald
father tatiehtme to call them-lies. Then you have falslHoJ. Moreover, you asked her. As sue got older there were' day wan "Q* O S wed me sound ami well of contaRlou* Bl PoI.D AaO. _
I ihall divide them into agricultural mer- lost by the falsehood.: The customer, though when she was a llttlo sharp, but for the most begun In tire criminal court Washing O. 0' aa I discovered I wns afflicted wlt1 ) as I
caotile mechanical, ecclesiastical, and social he may live at Lynn or Doylestown or auntie was a sunbeam-just the one for ton, Mondiiy. K ncnid pleaded "not lon
part commenced S. S. and In a few week I waa
lia Poughkeepsle, will find out that you have defrauded Swl' SjnxUho ((1. )
Christmas eve 8be knew better than anyone guilty" to tht indii( tnu-nt for tho murderof taklnJ pr. I.
First then. I will speak of those that are < him, and next spring when he again else how to Ox things. Her every prayer, ax-Congrc'sman Taul bee. oanUy curod. Oaonna BUW.LfT. Shelby, Ohi ___
mar particularly agricultural. There II comes shopping be will look at your sign as God heard it, was full ot everybody who Treatise on Blood and Skin diseases mailed fro*. | ____
somethtn in the and says "I will not try there! That Is the Chief of Durnham and .
perpetual presence of had trouble. The brightest things in all the Coostructon. ,
; Tb* BwlftHpoclflo Co., Atlanta, f ,
where I that bankerchief. Ho .,
place got
natural objects to make a man_ pure. The house dropped from her fingers. She bad the have -
trees never msoe "false stock.* Wheat folds that by that one dlshonmt bargain you peculiar notions, but the grandest notion figured out a plan by which about f 4,- __ _#%._,. '
,are always honest. Rye and oat never more pick your own pocket and insulted the she ever had was to make you happy. She OuO.OOO will bu saved in the constructionof
Njut in the night, not paying for the place Almighty. I. dressed well-auntie always dressed well;
,they have occupied.' Corn ibocks never Would you dare to make an estimate ot but her highest adornment was that of a theorld'i fair buildings.I Ec4A'

make false assignments. Mountain brooks how many falsehoods in trade were yesterday meek aad quiet spirit, which in the sight of The governments of tho United States
.aw always" urrent." The gold on the grain told by hardware men and clothiers and God Is of great prio*. When she died you and Switzerland have concluded a,con
la. Jiever counterfeit. The sunrise never fruit dealers and dry goods establishments gathered Tcntion which the
ftaunta In false colors. The dew sports only and importers and jewelers and lumbermen carried her out to rest tho Sunday-school by two countries agrco PAINLESS. LLS EFFECTUAL7DTWORTH
genuine diamonds. Taking farmers a. a and cool merchants and stationers and class almost covered the coffin with japonicas to submit to arbitration hny disputes
,lan, I believe they are truthful and fair In tobacconlfU? Lies about saddles, about and the poor people stood at the end of which may arise between them. A GUINEA A BOX. _
dealing and kind hearted.. But the buckles about ribbons about about \ with their to their
regioniwroundlng carpets, tbe alley aprons eyes Tbo
Washington National bank at New
our cities do not always send gloves, about coati, about sUoos, about sobbing; bitterly; and the man of the world For BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS SUCH
this sort of men to our markets. Day by day bats, about watches about carriages, about said, with Bolomon, "Her price was above York closed its doors Monday. Tho suspension AU ,
there creak through our streets and about books-about everything. In the name of rubles" and Jesus, as unto the maiden In is due, for the greater part It is Sick Headache Weak Stomach
the market houses! farm wagons that havi the Lord God Almighty, 1 arraign; commercial Judea! commanded, "I say unto thee, arise!I" said, to tho undue latitude tho _
not an honest spoke in their wheels or a truth. falsehoods as one of the greatest But to many through insincerity, this frlciids, of President Sherman in the Disordered Ipe.
till rivet and town. life Is ball. A at such way Digestion Constipation .
from tongue to tailboard. plaU9lJu city a masquerade eutertolnmonts of loans. ,
During the lost few years there have been In the next place I notice mechanical lies. gentlemen and ladies appearin ACTING LIKE MAGIC on tho vital!
times wiiea domestic economy has foundered There is no class of men who administer the dross of Lings or queens tnounmla Judge Ingrahsm, of tho supreme courtof organs, strengthening the < _
on the farmer's firkin. Neither high more to the welfare of tbe city than artisans. bandit or clowns an I at tba.clots of the New York on Tu'sday entered a final muscular system, and arousing with tho rosebud of healh'
taxes, nor the high price of dry goods, nor To their hand we must look for the buildingthat dance throw off their: disguises, so in this decree the North HIvcr bank The Whole I'hyslcai linery: of the Human Frame.Baecfiain't .
the exorbitancy: Libor, could excuse much shelters us, for garments that clotheus dissipated lIfe aU unclean passions move dissolving 'Pills taken at directed will
that the city has witnessed in the behaviorof for the car that carries" us. They wield a in uiask. Across the floor they trip merrily. and decreeing that its corporate tights quickly RESTORE, _
the y.omanry. By the quiet firesides in widespread influence. There U much derision The lights sparkle, along the wall or and privileges and franchises are for FEMALES to complete health.SOLO _
'WestcheBter and Orange Counties I hope ot what is called "Muscular Christian drop from the ceiling-a conort of flrot! feited. BY ALL ; _
there may be seasons of deep reflection and ity" but in the latter day ot the world's The music charms. The dlamon.Ii: gllttdr. DRUCCIST.
hearty repentance. Rural districts are accustomed prosperity I think that the Christian will be The feet bound. Gemmed bands stretchaJ: Collection of internal revenue during Price, 25 per Box. .
to rail at great cities as given up muscular. We have a right to expect: of out clasped gemmed: han<1a. Dancing foot tho first seven months of the fiscal year or Frepand ly TEOS, BEECH AM, Bt Eslseaj Lancashire. EnrUnd. '

to fraud and every form of unrighteousness, those stalwart men of toll the highest possible responl to dancing feet. Gleaming browbends 1800-01 were 'JI1,007,155., an Increase ofn,132.011 n. F. At.Lr.yvtt., flA4Hl4fOt'.fft45SflfrI,3MJ367na4g..X_ _
hat our cities do not absorb all the abominations. integrity Many of them answer all our to gloaming brow. On with the as compared with Zork,wno(lft/aur lruiu,d rftiolUn'i>I.* .)will tans llffehntrferiptoiMrlrrbuHniiulrfflnit. ens '

Our citizens have learned thelI\port. expectations and stand at the front of religious dance! Flash and rustle and laughter and corresponding colecton %._._%_ -- ., ..' ._,, __%. ftltMllon! ,I.,.I", -
ance of not always trusting to the size and and philanthropic enterprises. But immeasurable merry making! But the V f
style of apples In the top of a farmer'barr this class Ilka the others that I have named, laugour ot death cornea over tae limbs and previous fiscal year,
< farther down. Many of our people are accustomed veracity. They cannot all be trusted. In Lights lower! Floor hollow with sepulchral and manufactured Have You Cough ?
watch and see how correctly abU times when" the demand for labor Is great" it echo. Mniio saddens into a wall. Lights Frouc"ntural ,
!& of bcota ia measured" and there are Is impossible to meet the demands of the lower! The maskers can hardly now be seen.Flowersexchange Bute and Hawaiian -
mot many honest milk cans. public or do work with that promptness their fragrance for*sick Inlands now before tho queen, is said to _
DacepUonedo not all cluster round: city and perfection that would at other. tinict ba ening odor such; as comes from garlandsthat be objectionable to tho 1.landcf becausethere Have You a Cold ?
'htJlS. When our, cities lit down and possible. liare loin In vaults of cemeteries. Light is no bounty on their sugars, and
w ep over' their sins all the surrounding But there are mechanics whose word cannot lower Mists ItU the room. Glasses rattia English influence trying to defeat it.
countries oujjht to come In aud weep with be trusted at any time. No man hAl aright as though shaken by sulleu thunder. Highs i _
them. There is often hostility on the part ofstrodacara : to promise more wont than ba can do. seem caught& among the curtain Heart fails The fortune of tho late Prince Najto- Or ? f'Taylor's
against traders, as though: the There are mechanic\ who say that they will from the shoulder. of beauty-a shroud! Icon, amounting to 12,000 yearly is Consumption
uuID who raises the corn was necessarily come on Monday, but they do not come until Light lower!lOver the slippery board, ia divided Ids children. Six thousand -.
more honorable thau the grain dealer who Wednesday. You put work in their hands dance of death, gH ia JealounUa. disappointments '
poun Ut.toh AmamlllOtb bin. Tbereoughtto that they tell you shall be completed in ten lust, despair. Torn leave and withered pounds going to Print Louis 3,000 Cherokee Remedy of U
be no such hostility. Yet producers of tnnthlakitno days, but it is thirty. There have been house garlands only half bide the uluered feet. ends to I'rinco Victor and Princess Lctltla. ,
-wrong to snatch away flom the built of which it might be said that every '1 be stench of smoking: lamp wicks almost It Is stated that all manuscripts and historical

traitor;and they say ts the bargain maker nail drlnn every foot of p1a.sterlng on, auencbed. Choking damp (ChllUntw Peel documents are left to Prince Louis. Sweet Gum and Mullein

'.'%'00 get your" money..eair.." Do they I get every yard of brick pipe laid mortared, every ibingle could tell ham.mered. of- stilt Hands folded. Eyes hut. Voice The deadlock in the Nebraska state
; every ,
1&edit Ltt those who In the quiet field LlzbUout: !
uirn their ftlsshood connected therewith.There are men --. -- senate after touting over seenty-fulr. _
med get living: exchange places
wttbttMMwho stand to-day amid tile ex- attempting; to do tea or fifteen pieces of was broken Monday afternoon by the in WILL CURE YOU !
eitatuiarts of commercial tito and see it they work who bare not the tim or strength to dependents, who succeeded in winning
do more than five or six pieces,but by promise -
.Bod BO is very easy. fulfilled all the uadartakm over one of the republican opponents to Ask Druggist or Morchant for It. Take
White the farmer goes to sleep with theaeIurcC& never keep The Missing Katie Vannuchl your nothing else.
the maximum bill. Acallot
that his corn and barley will be within their own crisp. Tins U what they freight ._ '
growing all the nijbt! moment by inomemtadding call "nursing" the job. Once More at Home.A the house was dUjmused, wiTh, and the .ee.u. CURE

to his revenue, tha merchant tries togo llarw much wrong to his soul and Insult to New York dispatch says: 1 be nownoted bill passed BI 8ne8s
would U ba
God a mecbanio save promised
to steep eonsctons that that moment his of detective and a World liros. & Co. of .
be broken on she rocks or dam- only so much as he expected to be able to do. journey a Armstrong Pltburg. Sick
ace.1 cargo by may tla. wave that sweep clear across Society bo no right to ask of yon impossibilitie ri-portcr in search of the mU-lng Katie I'a who locked out 1,000 rl ,, _

the hurricane neck: or that reckloa speculators *. You cannot always calculate correctly VunnucbJ came to an end beyond the from their cork factory a few days ago, TtU IsPIctur.PanolsIre.mafle4tor4ceut& M aria.J. .
may that! very hour be plotting some and yon may fall because you,, cannot Indian territory only the Hut P. SMITH CO.
anticipate. now &
revolution or the burglars be get help thlfllOIl found in ,
uoooterr ly unsuccessful. Tue girl was are paying onion
willful of
prying open his safe, or his debtors the fleeing I promise am Ip that you know you cannot Keep. Brooklyn 1 ,Tue day. She was living and taking back the old, hand wale, lUkrnorM: Ella Beans," BILE BEANS _
the town or his landlord raising or 237 Greenwich St N. Y.
the fires tindlinj on the block that contains Did you say that that shoe should be men Jed, with a a oman who says the girl came to her but w ill positIvely! sign apprentice _235 I Cliy.f. .

all his estate. Easy! Is itf God help that coat repaired thoi brick. laid, that and asked to be allowed to work as she agreement.Mrs. .
hard to have the harness, sawed, that doer trained, thst spout that she took I '
the merchants! It U palms was lioiuelcss. She adds Ii'Ii'Wi
of the hands blistered with outdoor work fixed knowing or that that Window yon would glazed neither by be Saturday able to, the thud in out of compassion. The girl Mary Dray ton Young died at bet YOUNG WIVES I
when through borne In Fall River II. Sunday
but dreadful morning
a more procew
and she tried to treat ;
Is consumed. do it you *lf nor get anyone elM to do itt i became ill tLere. ,
mercantile anxieties! the brain She to Fall River
Then, before God and man are a liar. father he will not aged 6. gave a
In the next place we notice mercantile you her kindly. The say school $730,000. Offer You a Remedy which Insure
behind the You may say that it make no particular for not public costing
and the turning over
the counter woman
lies, those before the difference, and that if you bad told the prosecute married twice, her first Safety Life of Mother and Child."pother's .
counter. I will not attempt to specify would his child to the police as be believes her bUlnDd t
truth yon bar loot the Job. and that Major Bradford Durfec. being
different forms of commercial falsehood. motive hooe Katie was taken to el
people expect to disappointed but the excuse was
who excuse themselvesfor In that section. Her second husband
There are merchants because ofwu.t will not answer. There 5 U a role of her home. but is unable yet to give a man "

deviation they call from commercial truthfulness custom. In other thunder rolling among the drills and plane lucid account of her waodeiings. or of Jlbu Younj was a c1.riyman. lies ptiend .
and shoo la ts and shear which "AU wealth at to .
says home her mind I $13.0.0
and universalityot her for as
words, the multiplication liars shall have their part in the lake that reasons leaving f __ _ turns it iato a virtue. There bar burneth with firs and brlmston.I ..* appears to be unbalanced.A fl.00,00. Bole Confinement of Iti lIORllOIt _
been large fortunes gathered; wher there Bofcion Ilerulli Halifax rpccial of '
next notice eocleniatUcal lies-that Is, ,
was not ftaa drop of unrequited toil in the JCISK, ai +- -
falsehoods told for the purpose of advancing the people af Newfoundlandare an Thou.nd Tt.t1.
wine actone park: of temper flashing: .
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bout Ik bronze bracket: ; not one: drop ofBOBdl : churches and sects or tor the purpose of depleting I unit io denouncing the "cowardly f ; _ _
the crimson them. There is no uto in asking conduct of the British lba".., 0., Jaaaarf 110. t .u. li
l* wuoan's heart blooi la and treAherou \Uti, _
a Celvanlst what an Arminlaa believes Lost In the Snow-Food for
'plush,-wbtta then are other! great ..tat.1itihu I many,for be will be apt to toll you that the government, In coercing the r.olnc. Toe sane b eaa'l b* said praise eli After using eae battle 'ot'Xotheri uMothra
in tioh Is not door knob Wolves and Coyotes. rrlsnd." Mr used cnljr I Friend" before
-, there one Armmian believes that a man can convert i, i spe not one brick,not one trinket not one thread himself; or to anlc the Armmlan what the Advice of Friday from Cutbank, English allegiance will be renouncedand J two bottles before eeaBaenuat. aid was little pain and did not experience u'
of lace bt has it the mark of dishonor. lay la labor only twsatr mlnuus. in* 1* dolor weakness afterward ..
upon I for b will tall
Calrinut believes that _
yon Mont. tbe terminus of the OreatXorthtrn 'al will be to the HWI ...
present Uolt"\ .
What: wondw lS.soea.; day. a band of toil the Calvinist: babaveo that God niada some a me I Ipl.a417, Thanks u Mothers FrUaa. J sty rscovsry wan
hUat t extension. Me that the heavy Halt for admission state in the jxo. .. KoaroM. .
Chat hsut boot wrung ant worn out and men jUet to damn them. There i* no n..,<1 i __ AHVIZ CG _
tend earned! shonll placed) : in asun;a pse-lobaptist what a Baptist believes storm of clx weeks ago totally& ixnJoil Union and pottin

laarsjof gainst the *iee*at waU paper:,, leaving itt i for ha wilt da apt to uy that the work of all kinds, throwing 2/CO men As delegate commercial eongress S! t Elltta, niI3 ci Etoljl* I r.II.J3 r c h tel It Llira ElCJ ItctDRADFICtO
Uos4-foar flutters ana a thumb* k *pdi* believes lamer. a to till'neuuMry out of tmpI"TineDt.. A largo nuintjfl' H rr-J
or ttt SOSBO lay waflong the halta thersUkaaU to salvation. It U almost inpOM > to be held at Kansai Citf, from REGULATOR CO.
!>. Si ,tVeica _UBj the occapaa. iMe for one denoouaat: of Chnstiaaa men started tj travtrt the I aayicg *s31xaants>far maklnjC ft ShIr$;'' and-, without> prejaoioa: or murepreemtauon to Summit 110 mile further west, nn<> of Mississippi. appointed 6 az : ..s..LL. m aVT_, -
dying l I' >aam, another vctoa sioalJ say. statathe sentiment of aa opposing sect If many perched from cold.: 71m' record to '
Den Walker
'' (or an aroiy blanket," ana ttt Senators. tmwron' T"i CHICHI tJt.1 1 HOUtH. RID
a man bate l"raby terians and you ask him lurUnjieo 1 from frc-zlag\ ,bile large CI DWIOQAD
$1M asea baul4 try 10 eap 'at night buS bs-wlli. teli ad Jones, and Krprncatatlvw Ouno,
aver end aacjo be arousaJ. uata gcKing op that what they Presbyterians believe that thera era Ufa' U you ia numbers bad arms and leg frozen i 4 West, )'rSwlot. Dae aid Barman.By : \ M r % s

II CIa ClAI lt>ow, ha should shrtk oat, -Tvw, hell a span long. also certain that a great many have ptruhed resolution of KD kpau! YJl9J *->T$- S *T...sesea.en.rrse.HJ> _

n '. ...-.. .. .,.. how Individual churches of whom i '. DO I trace.-has- ,been S .5 f toned.I M ..... th governor.tbe. al..foen a "t..*..d **T SJ = .:! JLJ! ?T7i-Ti- V __
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8 % .; .1 ';{,; ,THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE; FRIDAY, APR. 3, 1891. '

LOCAL NEWS. Sf. M.A D'Ennery Celebrated and Cotmon'a Case. play, :x!:' tx3ts Mu .K NEGLIGEE SHIRTSAND

"A Celebrated Case," which had such a s? ( S 8. ... III
long run at the Union Square Theatre, ? a y C ellS

Continuedfrvtn fagf 1.M)5 New York a few years ago, was presented ;, ate, : w.-

+. Wnllor, of Courtney, grandmother by focal talent at Masonic Hall, t O sas ttIo S tx :vV'JN"DSC:: TIES,
last night, April 2nd: ..
of Mr. Jan. Sander, has been The performance, taken all in all wasthe 5' W: JU, cc tI h tt? = .oo... .... Are the Proper Thing for Gentlemen to Wear this Weather

apendiiiRa week In town, "taking In" molt finished dramatic entertainment MA: ,0.- M fI1 !

the night. ever given In Titusvllle. The = t
lea emotional tf: f 2: WE HAVE THE \
play powerful of the $?
-An ftttrtoliment: IIIM Wen issued for W 1 .CD t: 1 CII' yg0
order, and calculated to test the ability I o p .... "'4 U t
$.14lj\ ) against: James A. Waddell, doing of an amateur company to the utmost,. i S s oS COCts M y pm 5:' q iJ
tiilHinrss All the .'olm111te bank, to render It creditably; and the success ? o g.'tl = ;
cs "CI"
Key West, Fl.i., In favor of the Western and appreciation which attended the efforts 1a IS: a ..., 2.1,; ,. =g:: jI. 0 pl.= Q Also Black Satin Suspenders
of the last night must B! tf; ,
National I",ink.JK have been company flattering. = 10 ;aa: ..O) w 10 d g tf."J" t:1
very M .. : tI": ( ) White Satin Lining, at One Dollar.
and \rll. .T..\V. Onut, J. W. Oast: Mr. Geo. W. Morton, of Mortonhnrst, b =- a! Ma I03.t/J ; j 0

jun., :Slim Mary: Parker, and Mint Maggie who hall had considerable experience In A CDc rIJ S' e: tilt ,
rf Uo
dramatic circles, had charge of the production H ( F bmc The Finest Thing'011t
Parker! of Norfolk, Va., returned and deserve great credit for the 3 I I: rre i t.E p a f

here We'hl. lIflal, from a trip to Lake manner In which he succeeded In his nz e.Z g 0:, '
Worth and other placed down the river. task. oe Ct = I !t p [ 5'tf
A* we go to press at an early hour this 00,... snrIJ O ..> ;: t:: rIJfI1 CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS SHOES A SPECIAL.
5 .
-T'.ie steamer St. Lucia brought up morning, and a very limited space remains ll:: ., Fe: jiiS

2,200 package: of orange and vegetables at our disposal, we must be necessary ga 1: :!: = (\ w f :J rIJ /'P TURNER
r J.
: H &
lat 8IIIby.: Six car: were required to brief in our criticism of the various S' yr( esmM 111 .. C(
characters.Mr. lim
receive her loan, and tlione who took a : P..f!; -
W. M. Brown, as Jean Renaud, t
walk to the end of the wharf wltneoed o ; :0 ; H
was charged with difficult role tl
a very "' g b EI :ee :cz-
a lively scene while the unloading was but succeeded In a creditable manner In 'c-o'" PHn _. ,

In progrwtn.Mr. portraying the Innocent galley slave. I fl Hl ? H
Mr4 II. F. Atkinson, as Count d'Aube- 8-1! Q
ge-; Groceries Grain Garden Seed Fertilize
.T. M. Latlln expec :* to return to terre, rendered his part with full satis 5 iw :SBi: : E ISs > Hay, !,,
New York today lie ha spent the faction. S ils1(1(

winter l lidro hunting and shooting, and Mr. J. P. Goldsmith, asLazirc: camp w1: j : I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

baa made quite a number of friends on follower Count, and de Mornay afterwards, was as excellent the pretended and 5' ll ,P i ficO Staple & .1 'n.Jley Oroeeview, 17 riili

Indian HI rer. We shall be glad to see In future performances should be assigned 8 SB P P aI \ And Food ProductsOf

his genial countuu:ince here again next the role of "vlllian" as a matter of > All Kinds. Also My Stock of
course.\ He I I" certainly possed of talentIn
icason. that line of character.Mrs. e Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
-A Petition In being circulated for G. W. Morton, as Madeline Ren- ,
presentation to council, requesting that aad, made all that 'could be extracted Ground Food and WJteat.
K. L. B:vly be elected to fill the vacancy from the part, but was compelled to die BREVARD COUNTY JAMES HOLMES, President. I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above line
first scone of the prologue, and unfortunately Goods. I buy clone, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and wfi
caused by resignation of J. P. Turner. ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary
for the truly
audience was seen no your patronage. Very ,
There are few men who could refuse to more. 33. I,. :533: 1DY.
Miss Lcnnle Ender Adrienne STATE BANK ---.. ><
endorso thl candidate. Ho a good a* Ron- INDIAN RIVER
aud, deserves high praise for the
h., h.ul
man; as an ,
In which she rendered her by no means GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
alderman, and (U. capable 6f doing good unimportant character Attorney-ert-Law. Attorney-at-Lii

work on the board We consider the Miss Laura Lorimler, as Adrienne, 12 COCOA FLORIDA, REAL ESTATE '

circulation of the petition oquhllent to years having,: Intervened, looked the
an election.We character, and appeared in several beau Incorporated 1880.CAPITAL Robbins & GrahamReal
tiful and appropriate costumes, and was -
suggest to those Individuals who perfectly at ease In all her scenes, some : EXCHANGE
wish to run the town that they come out of which were quite difficult and exact- Paid Up, $2,000. ,

square before the people at the next dramatic Ing, and ability.gave evidence of undoubted Authorized, $100,000. Estate Dealers..

election\ and clothe themselves with the Mrs. M. E. Gruber, a* Valentine De- COCOA Indian RiYer FLA I

proper authority, and assume the reponNihlllty. Mornay, did not have a'role In which ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. ALL'KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, A2TD EXCHANGED.

When our people engage a full scope wa given for powerful acting Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Compaq:
but did full justice to the character, and Money to Loan at Lowest Rates.
doctor or a lawyer to manage a case for Property of All Kinds Bought Sold and
was particularly good In the last two Titusville Brevard Co. Florida.
them, they cannot expect'to dictate a acts. Her costumes were very tasteful DIRECTORS: ,
course of action contrary to the judgment and beautiful, especially that worn in O. s. HARDEE, President. P. 0. Box, 250.:
the third act of drama. JAMES HOLMES Vice-President. I
of their proollllionallervant. No ,
rr All Inquiries will be promptlyand We and Sell AU Kinds of Real Estate and Sole f
would Miss Stella Hale, as the Duchess, and R. B. HOLMES: Cashier. Buy are Agents
lawyer or doctor permit such an Miss Daisy Parkhurst, as the Chanolnesse reliably answered Fire Insurance large list of carefully-selected Properties\ in all parts of Brevard county.
Intel'fu' unless he absolved ofalt ALBERT A. TAYLOR, J. M. SANDERS, written In standard companies at lowest
cuce were of the College d'Hyero, performedtheir RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any?
responsibility. Why not elect aboard parts creditably, and their costumes J. F. WOOTEN. rates. perty on Indian River.

of aldermen, for the coming year, were appropriately and beautiful. Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are uneqni
ly designed. and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Pun; *
In,whoso honesty, ability and judgmentwe Miss Katie Pritchard, as Julia In the who may favor us with their patronage.No .
can repose confidence; In other prologue and afterwards In the drama, The Clyde Steamship Co. Properties listed unless the Title Is Perfect. '

'words, why not select those Individuals was all the character required, and the Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of L<

who know HO well how the machine same may be said of Miss Lena Gardner, Priced Lands.
as Martha.Mr. Write for Descriptive Catalogue.
ought to be run, and let them run It? E. L. Brady, as the Viscount .

-D It. C. Hutchlnson, and Mis Mary Raoul de Langey, was to be envied In
E. Donal.lson, of Philadelphia, on his capacity as the betrothed of Adrienne,
Wednesday afternoon, thought they and bore himself ,satisfactorily the EDWARD STILING
would pay a vUlt to Captain Fischer's soldier lover.
yacht, Elite, which was lying at anchorin ,The characters represented by Messrs. ,
front of the Indian River Hotel. The James! Sanders, Harry Budge, and John
Doctor It sums, had just climbed aboardto Cameron were well sustained. Cocoa Indian Hirer Florida
receive this jolly young PhilAdelphian We had almost forgotten to mentionMr. ,

bells, but before he could do 10, she also G. W. Morton, as Dennis O'Rourke, Dealer in
eagerlY attempted to board, and In doing but It is scarcely necessary; It goes with
Co neatly ca)",lzud the boat, throwing out saying that he was perfection, and Paints Hardware Stoves Tinware & Agatewai
herself partly Into the waters of the his appearance in each scene was a signal ,

beautiful, pellucid Indian River. However for merriment and applause.Mr. PLUMBERS' & MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS d; PUTTY, TABLE
she managed, by a little manomv- E. B. Wager presided at the piano !
ring,,to prevent herself taking a"header" and rendered several choice selections New York, Charleston and Florida Lines. POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,

into the river, and escaped with a during the Intervals between the acts. & WIRE CLOTH.

drenching. MUs Donaldson took this This excellent performer does not appear The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed 3DOOH.S:: Agai=!:, T=IT.TIKI: S, :3BHJCOE:::
impromptu bath all a good joke; but It before the public as frequently as
ll said that Dr. Hutchinson was very In former days, but has lost none of his ,to sail as follows : Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath..

much scared at the mishap, having previously old time skill since we heard him last. (STANDARD TIME.) Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Ga
cautioned her to be very careful, The other members of the company, From New York, From Jacksonville. Doors Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Caskets;
aa she was not used to row-boats. In In the loss Important characters, gave (Herft,)0;.K.) STEAMER Florida. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers Ice
any case, there was no need to fear excellent support, and the entire per Friday Mar.27th at S rMonUity ....P.ALOON91TfN..Thunday, Apr. 2d, at 10,30 A. M. ,
formance Mar.30th at 3 p. r. '.......Sunday Apr. Sth, at 180 P. af. Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement acd
drowning, as the depth of the water at was a success. Quite a snug WeUnexUjr, Apr. I.Ial3 P. r."YEMASt4Exl'........Tuesday Apr. Tth, at Lao p. M. Chimney Pipe; Flags A Banting;
that point Is only about four feet. sum was received from the sale of Friday, Apr. 3d. at 3 P. ....."SKAUJ.OLK!,''..........Thursday, Apr. nth, at 4 JO p. M. Table and Pocket Cutlery Mouldings Scroll Work etc. etc.
tickets which goes to the Episcopal Monday, Apr 6th,at 3 P. 1I..lItOQIY)18,":.......Sunday, Apr. 12th, at 7.00 4. II. ; ,
church. With such a fine hall, stage Wednesday, Apr. nth,at 3 P. 1I..AWONQUJl'it..Tu..da", Apr. 14th, at 8.00 A. U. Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free *n application. Corresponds<
Easter at Merrltt. Friday Apr. 10th,at 3 P. ..... .(; ........Thursday, Apr. 16th, at 10.00 A. K. solicited and estimates furnished .
and scenery, we hope to be able to enjoy Monday, Apr. Uth at 3 r. n..... YKM A88EE"........Sunday, Apr. lath, at 1 JO P. U. : promptly.J.S.Watson,
other performances of a similar character Wednesday, Apr.15th,at 3 P. ......"SEMINOIJS1H1UI .........Tuesday AI.r.1.1., at 2JO p. r .
The festive season of the Resurrection more frequently In future; and Friday. Apr.17th,at 3 P. JI..... UklTf kf4."..........Thunda), Apr. 23d, at 400 A. II'
Monday, Apr.20th,at 3 P. a t."AIMONQUIN".Sunday, Wth! at 6.00 JI'
Apr. A.
was n joyful day to the faithful and realoim with Mr. Morton who Is always ready to Wednesday, AI.r.22I.i at 3 P. U ..fH EIIOKEE.1'..,....Tuesday.. Apr. 28th, at 7.00 A. ti
chusoh people of Grace Church, lend his valuable aid, and the strong Friday, Apr.24th,at 3 P. U."YEMASSEEa'. .......Thursday, DUtb, at lUlU A. JI' Co
Jlervitt. The Koctor-Rev. 1). F. Brown array of local talent we have at hand, Monday, Apr.:27th at 3 PWedue SKMINOLK,1 L.........Sunday mar., bw at 12,00 noon' s
announced service In that church for as evidenced by last night's performance, .day,Apr..ifttth at 3 P.. .....".1Rt.KlCOJS.'..........Tulllllla), at 2.00 P. M.'
3:30 p. m. on Easter Sunday. Expecting success is assured.
that the glad festival and the bright decorations
would attract some who did Eau Gallie.On St. Johns River Lino. Commission.

not usually attend service,there, the rev. Sunday afternoon we noticed the .

gentleman rode down from Courtney, "Flirt" at the residence of Mr. J. O. For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on AND
where he had held Easter service and Walton Capt. Hector In command the
administered Holy Communion. party consisted of Dr. and Mrs. Trible, the St. JohnsRlver.
Arriving at the church he was greetedby !Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilson )lr. and Mrs. FORWARDING MERCHANTS!
elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamer
a congregation filling the new and John Asplnwall, Mr. and Miss Hevenor.
large church from chancel to the door. This place i Is not oaly reaching out In- "CITY JACKSONVILLE,"

The service was bright-the music unusually to practical Improvements but art has Cant. W. A. SHAW,
fine Prof. bchuyler at the organ : now come In for a share of attention Dealers in Fertilizers
Messrs. Baldwin, Thompson, One of our most popular townsmen Mr. ,
Drown, Ouerney, True, and Miss HoaIcall John Asplnwall, has built a photograph Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr., ,
composed the choir. The decorations studio and mlsrosooplcal laboratory Are appointed to tall from Jacksonville,dally except SAturday. at 3.30 p. m., and from Sanford, P.HeJ.ldersQn & Co's Garden Seed
were very full and artistic, sym combined. Not only has this Studio daily except Sunday,at 1.a.111. }

bolising the joy of the season. (called the "Eclipse") done artistic workIn SOUTHBOUND. SCHEDULE NORTHBOUND.
This church Illustrates what large and the portrait line, but even the ubiquitous Bead Down. Rsad l'p. Orange Boxes (Crates & paper.

blessed results can come from the earnest tin type received Its share of atten Laav 3JO p. M.......:.....................Jacksonville..........................Arrive 11,4ft P. .. ,
and Intelligent effort of a few faithful tion. crowd had their (.00 p. M........... ...................falatka..............................Leave 1M P. _..
Saturday a large 1JO A. .................................Astor............................. 2.00 P.
workers. Not more than two or three faces taken in the most artistic manner.In 3.49 A. at............................St.. Francis............................ 13,45 P. M H. CEMENT, PLASTER & HAIE. AGENTS LD
years have elapsed since the effort beganto this building a coquina rock table 500A.M.............................Hereford.......,.................... 114 A. M' FOR OCALA
establish the church at Merrittnowthe 1.00 A. af............................Blue Springs:.... 11.00 '
and half tons hasbeen ''' '' ''''''''''''''' A. H
weighing over one a Arrive a,00 A. at.. ... .... .... ........ .. Suaiford.;. ...... .................. .. 11.00 A. JI' Agents for the C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
largest and handsomest church on built. It is long and narrow and -." "'. M................,........,..Enterprise........................... 9M A. M'
Indian Klver-with cross-crowned spire stands clear of the floor all around.On General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville: Weal Famish Car.When Desired, and te*that they are properly LOADED ICED B"l
heaven-ward tells '
pointing passer this massive affair our townsman will ED, and TRACED to DMtlnatloav
K.M.IRONMONGER.Jr.. Florida Passenger 88 West St.,
by of God's holy house of and Agent Bay rWe.I1a.
prayer place his delicate photo-microscopic J.U. FELOT. Freight; Agent,on wharf toot Hogan Street,Jacksonville Fla. We will Buy all kinds of Fruits In f
praise; and its open doors,free seats and apparatus so that the most minute JOHN L. HOWARD.Florida Freight Agent, foot Laura Street,Jacksonville.Fla. Vegetables, Furs and Skins ;
fitting appointments Invite all to enter structure can be photographed withoutany J.A.Lk-IiLU! .Suiwrlnwnilent foot Laura Street Jacksonville,)... we will Buy and Sell anything offered to us.
TH EO.O.: K<1 KK.Traffle Manager 6 Howling Green New York.
and Hint who is Our Common
worship chance of tremor from the building MARSHALL! U.CL TOE.As.t.Trafflo Manager,B Bowling Green.New York. Correspondence solicited on any wants have. .
Father and Him who died for sins may
our caused by the wind or by walking. Al-
and rose again for our justification. together it seems to be a complete establishment WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'I'Agents., Respectfully, J. S. WATSON

One thousand dollars of the money of this kind. It South"'10."...Philadelphia. a Bowline Green.New York-
toward the building of this church On Friday nth nut. Capt. John Carey -.-- T. iJ"
came from one noble-hearted churchwoman -
placed his beautiful fast steam yacht .
of New Haven, Conn. Some "Xyansa" at the disposal of Mr. and C. J. HECTOR
handsome gifts--* font, ODe window for Mrs. Alfred Russell, of Chicago, (of the GRAND VIEW HOTEL DISTILLERPURE
the centre group of chancel aim,basin firm of Alfred Russell: (0., wholesale
and some other things-have been given. fru't anJ produce merchants, South Water Dealer in General .
An altar the windows and a chancel St., Chicago.) The lady and gentleman TITUSVILLE : '
rail are still needed to complete the fur. having been on a visit to Capt. and 1lIerohan.d.:1seJIelbourDe.: : : soy.. :- ASH w .-. ISs.: .

niture. Mr. S. H. Lid, a gentleman Mrs. Carey, left here on the above date Indian River
owning a handsome property near, has for Titusville tn route for Chicago. Capt. Fla. Fla.I. Distillery & Warehouse : LYNCHBURG TENN.
promised a bell, which we look for In Carey, Capt. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. J. ,
due time. O. Walton and Claud Walton accompanied ,
All thing considered, the church at them as far as Titusville. The party Hats Shoes Clothing Dry Goods T. J. Eaton & Co., Agents, Titusville, Fla.
llerritt has been a great success-a were kindly Invited'.to: stop at Rock- -
building complete and nearly furnished, ledge and take dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
costing nearly $3,000, Ithout one cent Russell, which they did with keen appetites Just Arrived. Splendid Goods This U the mOlt central Hotel In town,
of debt, U something to be thankful for: ; the party all joined In great praise OILS PAINTS HARDWARE, LEAD,
u bile the hope of enlarged Influence and of the Tropical Hotel and the manner In and U only one minute' walk from the ADVERTISE in this Papers

usefulness, as the yean roll on, II soma which the dinner was served, there being DRUGS GROCERIES, GRAIN railway Depot, and close to Steamboat ,
Of all kind and in fact a fuU Une of
thing to pray and work for. full and plenty of the choicest of the ;
OBSZBYXB. season. everything. Call and examine. 11 Landing 18
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B r "t. 'I' '.,';.(..".,.f'."., THE. EAST COAST--;- ADVOCATE; FntPAY, APR. S, 1891 .

I A Celebrated Case. $ -NEGLIGEE SHIRTS

LOCAL NEWS. Mr M. D'Ennery and Cotmon's play, 5' tC H g ;

"A Celebrated Case," which had such along =1OQ b i = .. b1
ran at the Union Square Theatre, 0 ANDWINDSOR
Coniinurd from Page t.1'Irl'A. New York a few years ago, was presented i;' ::r [MsEsf ;

Waller, of Courtney, grandmother by fOCAl talent at Masonic Hall, & | O S ::: ( : : : 'rJES: ,
last night; April 2nd: CD :!
of )[r. .Tan Sunder, has been The performance, taken all in all was & ;: Nhy : z; = "" Are the Proper Thing for Gentlemen to Wear thin Weather

spending! / a week In town, "taking in" the tnot finished dramatic entertain, a'/ X : Ul

the night*. Issued for play ment Is ever powerful given one In of TItusvllle.the emotional The e lito sfi ,f"M ( i.. yM WE: KLA-VE: : TI-IEJ\
lian been
-An nttitoliment order, And calculated to test the abilityof "'.cr.t
:(1I!) against James A. Waddell, doing amateur to the utmostto fj 07
.14 an company ; go eo: [J 0 = : C:= F
liMslnrnH ns the John White bank, render It creditably; and the success i o S" nprH .,' =: CS.. 0gPCt ati' Black Satin Suspenders
: :
g. Also
s 11'
and which attended the efforts -
Key West, Fl.i., In fayor of the Western appreciation > .. m t :::: mrP ,
of the last must
:National it,ink.MI have been very company flattering.Mr. night : .. ;LH[ '" r g t, i p Q g White Satin Lining, at One;

-. and l Mrs. .1..WO. Onst, J. W.Oast, Geo. W. Morton' of Mortonhurat, y : ma' o' m
e-ro "1S'
who has had considerable in "l c as
Jun., Slim Mary P-iiker, and Mint Maggie dramatic circles, bad charge experience of the production fe ? d S C 03 CtilHll s: g ; 'otI4 "1 d The finest Thing Out

Parker, of Norfolk, Va., returned and deserve great credit for the 4'.1 I" gF,, 0=: !iI:!
here Wednesday, from ft trip to Lake manner In which he succeeded in his r : "'UJ '
Worth aiut other place down the river. task.As / !!: | & 6 = t .i; CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS. SHOES A SPECIALTY
we go to press at an early hour thismomlnA' : Ct> cr. gfft <
-Tie: steamer St. Lucie brought up and a very limited Apace remains : W S3 UJFqP'! *

last 2,200 Sunday.packages. Six of oranges cars were and required vegetables to brief at our In our disposal criticism, we must of the be various necessary 5 (a) 'CS oq' ffs9 .: eJl 9U ig.rl r.i ? =e H J. P. TURNER & C(

characters.Mr. : SIr.3"
her load and those who took a : ;
receive J B S 5-&g
W M. Brown, as Jean Renaud, 3 t?
walk to tho end of the wharf witnessed was was charged with a very difficult role, HiEfiHf: ; r* csj s rF / I E. L. :se.: .:O ,
a lively scene while the unloading but succeeded In a creditable manner in e }

'In progress.Mr. portraying biro II. F.the Atkinson innocent, as galley Count slave.d'Aube- S.! Q.Pil .... I Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilize!

J. M. Latlln expuc to return to terre, rendered his part with full satis f ;: m [ I ? ,, ,

New York today; lie has spent the faction. d (11la
Indian River to Stock of
I call the Attention of the People my
winter tidro hunting and shooting, and Mr. J. P. Goldsmith, asLaiirc, acamp ?: S.HI' tl 21

bas made quite a number of friends on follower, and afterwards as the pretended a u c o "i Staple Ac 1?'0,1 icy Crroeei'ieN: X rui
Count de Mornay, was excellent, and E -.. j .. '
Indian lit Pen We shall be glad; to see In future performances should be assign ro B (J F .,';.. \ And Food ProductsOf
ed the role of "vllllan" matter of wBREYARD \I All Kinds. Also Stock of
his genial[ countenance: here again next as a 1C $5. My
ourse.' Ho Is certainly possed of talentIn
oason. Cotton Seed. Meal !
'Grain Bran
that line of character.Mrs. Hay, ,
-A Petition Is being, circulated for G. W. Morton, as Madeline Ren- Ground Food and {!heat. f
presentation to council, requesting that. aud, made all that'could be extracted the above lintl
JAMES: HOLMES, President. I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively
E. L. B:tdy be elected to fill the vacancy from the part, but was compelled to die COUNTY Goods. I buy clone, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and ioEl
first of the and
scene prologue,
cawijd by resignation, of J. P. Turner. nately for the audience was seen no ALBERT A. TAYLOR, Secretary. your patronage. Very truly, .
There are few men who could refuse to more. E. L. ::EJE1.ADY,

endorse! tliln candidate. Ho l is a good Miss' ticnnle Ender, as Adrienne Ron- STATE BANK INDIAN RIVER

business man; has h.vl experience as an and, deserves high praise for the mannerIn GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM: ,
which she her
by no means
ftlderninu, and U capable of doing good unimportant character. FLORIDA.I I Attorney-ot-Law. Attorney-at-Lat,I
work on the We consider the Miss Laura Lorlmler, as Adrienne, 12 REAL ESTATE

circulation of thu petition equlvilent to years having intervened, looked the Incorporated 18811.CAPITAL Robbins & Graham!
an election.We character, and appeared in several beautiful -
and appiopriato costumes, and was
suggest to those individuals who perfectly at ease in all her scenes, some : EXCHANGE

.wish to run the town that they come out of which were quite difficult and exactIng Paid Up, $25OOO. Real Estate Dealers.ALL

Bquare before thu people at the next and gave evidence of undoubted Authorized, $100,000. ,.

election, and clothe themselves with the dramatic Mrs. M.ability.E. Umber, as Valentine De- COCOA Indian Rier! FLA. EXCHANGED.
proper authority, and assume the responsibility. Mornay, did not have a' role In which ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. '"
Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Compaq: |
When our people engage adoctor full scope was given for powerful aCtlnlta
to Loan at Lowest Rates.
but did full justice to the Honey '
Sold and
or a lawyer to manage a case for was particularly good in the last two Property of All Kinds Bought, Titusville Brevard Co. Florida.

them, they cannot expect to dictate a acts. Her costumes were very tasteful DIRECTORS: Exchanged ,

course of action contrary to tho, Judgment and beautiful, especially that worn In 0. S. HARDER, President. P. O. Box, 250.

of their professional servant. No the third act of drama. JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President. rr: All Inquiries will be promptlyand We Buy and Sell AU Kinds of Real Estate, and are Sole Agent.t.|
Miss Stella Hale the Duchess and
would such as It. B. HOLMES, Cashier.A.LBERT I reliably answered Fire Insurance all of Brevard
lawyer or doctor permit an Miss Daisy Parkhurst the Chanol- large list of carefully-selected Properties parts county.
interference unions he were absolved ofalt nesse of the College d'llyero, as performedtheir A. TAYLOR, J. M. SANDERS, written in standard companies at lowest RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any 1
J. K. lti o0TEN. rates.
responsibility. Why. not elect aboard parts creditably and. their costumes party on Indian River. '
Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are une.
and beautifully
of aldermen, for the coming year,, designed.Miss were.appropriately -- and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to Intending Pure

In.whoso honesty, ability and Judgment Katie Pritchard, as Julia, In the who. may favor us with their patronage.
wo can repose confidence; in other prologue and afterwards in the drama, The Clyde Steamship Co. No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
bodies of 1 l L.
Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large
words, why not select those individual was all the character required, and the
be said of Miss Lena Gardner Priced Lands.
same may ,
well how the machine
who know so as Martha. Write for Descriptive Catalogue.

ought to be run, and let them run It? Mr. E. L. Brady, as the Viscount .

-Dr. R. C. Hutchlnson, and Miss Mary Raoul de Langey, was to be envied in
E. IomHnon, of Philadelphia, on his capacity as the betrothed of Adrienne,
Wednesday afternoon, thought they and bore himself .satisfactorily the EDWARD TILING
would pay a vUit to Captain Fischor'iyacht soldier lover. ,
Ellie, which was lying at anchor The characters represented by Messrs.
in front of the Indian River Hotel. 'The James Sanders, Harry Budge/ and John '
Doctor It sums, had just climbed aboardto Cameron were welt sustained.We 'I Cocoa, Indian River, Florida-
receive thin jolly young Philadelphia had almost forgotten to mentionMr. Dealer in
belly, but before he could do so, she also G. W. Morton, as Dennis O'Rourke,
eagerly attempted to board, and In doing but It Is scarcely necessary; It goes with- Paints Hardware Stoves Tinware & Agatew
so nearly cajx-lzud the boat, throwing out saying that he was perfection, and ,
herself partly into the waters of the his appearance In each scene was a signal
'beautiful, pellucid Indian River However for merriment and applause. PLUMBERS' &; MILL SUPPLIES, OILS, GLASS A PUTTY TABLE |

she managed, by a little manrouv- Mr. E. B. Wager presided at the piano New York Charleston and Florida Lines. &;POCKET CUTLERY, BARBED WIRE, WIRE NETTING,
and rendered several choice selections ,
ring, to prevent herself taking a"header"Into & WIRE CLOTH.
the river, and escaped with a during the Intervals between the acts. ;

drenching. Miss Donaldson took this This excellent performer does not appear The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed -DOORS, SASEJ, BLINDS:: BRIG::
impromptu bath as a good joke; but It before the public as' frequently as
IB said that Dr. Hutchinson was very In former days, but has lost none of his to sail as follows : I Lime & Cement, Shingles & Lath..

'Much scared at tho mishap, having previously old time skill since we heard him last. (BTAXDABD TIME.) Guns, Am nunition and Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Ship Chandlery Goods,Ga.
cautioned to be very careful, The other members of the company, From Mw York From Jacfcaonvllle Doors,Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Coffins and Casket;
u she was not used to row-boats. In In the less important characters, gave (l'lerlll: ,E.K.) STEAMER florid I ARTESIAN WELL PIPE a Specialty. Lawn Mowers, Ice
excellent and the entire Friday, Mar.27th, at 3 f. M....."ALOONOtTIN" ,.....Thursday, Apr. 2d, a&10,30.4. M
there was no need to fear support, performance Cream Freezers; Brick, Lime, Cement and'
any case, Monday, 5taa3othat3 P. M....:"CHlCUOWKtt'l.......Sunday Apr. 6th, at 130 p. M.
drowning, as the depth of the water at was a success. Quite a snug Wednesday, Apr. ..t.llt 3 P. ....."YEMAB8EE.1'! .........Tuesday, Apr. Tth, at :2.30 p. M"SEMl.NOLE,1' Chimney Pipe; Flags & Banting;
that point ls only about four feet. sum was received, from the sale of Friday Apr. 3",11'3". ..... ..........Thursw.), Apr. 9th, at 4.30 p. M"inOgUOlS Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mouldings, Scroll Work etc., etc.
tickets which goes to the Episcopal Monday, Apr. 3 p. M. ........Sunday, Apr. 12th, at 7.00.4. M
church. With such fine hall Wednesday, Apr. 8th,at 3 P,. a."ALHNQU1N" Tuesday Apr. 14th at 8.00.4. M I Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free vn application. Correspond
faster at Merrltt. a stage Friday, Apr. loth at 3 P. M.....'CHEKOKEE,1'.Thursday, Apr. 16th at 10.00 A. M. solicited and estimates furnished: promptly.
and scenery, we hope to be able to enjoy Monday Apr. 13th at 3 P. .......YEMA88EE"........Sunday, Apr. 19th at 1.30 F. M.
other performances of a similar char Wednesday, Apr. 15th at 3 P. .,....'.BEMlNOIJi''.........Tuesday. 'Apr.I 21st, at :2.30 p. M .
.. ......"IRogUOIS/......... '
Friday Apr. 3 P. Thursday, Apr. at 4 00 A. H
The festive 1101801of the Resurrection acter more frequently in future; Monday, Apr.ifOth, t3 P. "ALOONquiX".....Sunday, Apr. 26th, at 6.00.4. M'
was a joyful day to the faithful and zealous with Mr. Morton,who ilJ always ready to Wednesday, Apr.22.1. at 3 P. M."CHEROKEt..Tuesday! Apr. 2 th, at 7.00.a.. II'
church: people of Grace Church, lend his valuable aid, and the strong Friday. Apr 24th,at 3 P. ,..."YEMASSKEThursday! Apr. Suth, at 8.00.4. M' J. S. Watson Co
II of local talent have at hand Monday Apr.:27th,at 3 P. .....:'SKMINULE,1': ........,Sunday, May., 3d, at 12,00 noon' i
JUrriU. The Hector-Rev. F. Brown array we Wednesday, Apr.2Wh,at 3 rNew. ..,..."IRIHJI;<>IH', ......-.Tuesday, May. 8th, at 2.00 P. u; ,
announced service in that church for as evidenced by last night's performance. .
:30: p. m. on Easter Sunday. Expectingthat success is assured.
the glad festival and the bright decorations -I,
would attract some who did I Eau Gallie. St. Johns River Line. Commission

not usually attend service there, the rev. On Sunday afternoon we noticed the .
gentleman rode down from Courtney ''Flirt" at the residence of Mr. J. O. For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on AND
where he had held Easter service Walton Capt. Hector In command; theparty
administered Holy Communion. consisted of Dr. and Mrs. Trible, the St. JohnsRlver.
Arriving at the church he was greeted and FORWARDING MERCHANTS!
Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilson Mr. Mrs.John The elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamer *)Z
by a congregation chance the new and Aspinwall, Mr. and Miss Hevenor. "
large church from to the door. Tills place Is not oaly reaching out In- "CITY JACKSONVILLE,

The service was bright-the music unusually to practical improvements but art has Capt. W. A. SHAW,
lino. Prof. Schuyler at the organ now come in for a share of attention. "E1 'K: DE BABY Dealers in Fertilizers
Messrs. Baldwin, Thompson, ,
One of our most popular townsmen, Mr: ,
Drown, Ouerney, True, and Miss Hos- John Aspinwall, has built a photograph Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr., -
kaU composed the choir. The decorations studio and misrosoopical laboratory Are appointed to tall from Jacksonville,dally except Saturday at 3.30 p. m., and from Sanford, I.Henderson. & Co's Garden Seed
full and artistic dally except Sunday, at 9.a. lu.SOUTHBOUND. .
were very sym combined. Not only has this Studio
bolising the joy of the season. (called the "Eclipse") done artistic workIn SCHEDULE. NORTHBOUND. &
Tbis.:hurch Illustrates what large and the portrait line, but even the ubiquitous Bead Down. Bead Up. Orange Boxes Crates paper.
blessed results can come from the earnest tin type received Its share of atten- Lava 3.30 p. M.......(....................Jacksonville...........................Arrive 11.4.1 p. a. ,
of few faithful 8.00 p. M...............................falatka......,....................Leave 7JW p. M.
and effort
intelligent a tion. Saturday a large crowd had their 1JOA. r,...............?..............Aslor .... ............ ........, 2.00 p. a.
workers. Not more than two or three faces taken in the most artistic manner.In 2.46.4. M...........................St. )'nncie.......................... 124SP. M CEMENT, PLASTER & HAIR. AGENTS FOR OCALA LI
ears have elapsed since the effort beganto this building a coquina rock table *. 5.00 a. a......,......................Beresford. .........,............... .. 11.45. A. *'
a '.00 A. K,. ............. .........Blue Springs:........................ 11.00.4. lT for the
establish the church at Merrittnowthe weighing over one and a half .tons has Arrives,00 A. M,...............?............. Sanford...,........................ H 8.00.4. M* Agents C. F. T. REFRIGERATOR CARS.
largest and handsomest church on been built. It is long and narrow and .. 9.181.. ..............................Enterprise ...............?........ 11.30.4. M*
Indian River-with cross-crowned spire stands clear of the floor all around. General PassengerandTlcketOffice, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.: Will rarnUh Can When Desired, and see that they are properly LOADED,ICED BED ]
polntln heaven-ward, tells the passerby On this massive affair our townsman will and TRACED to Destination.
F.H.IRONMONGER Jr.. Florida Passenger Agent,88 West BaySt.Jact.onvuleF4.
of God's holy house of prayer and place his delicate photo-mlcroscoplo J.O. r K LOT, Freight Agent,on wharf too Hogan Street Jacksonville Fla. We will Buy all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables, Furs and Skins; in I Iwe
praise; and Its open doors,free seats and apparatus, so that the most minute JOHN L. HOWARD Florida Freight Agent,foot Laura Street.Jacksonville.. will
fitting appointments, invite all to enter structure can be photographed withoutany J. A.L1.SL1IS.! Superintendent foot Laura Street,Jacksonville,Fla. Buy and Sell anything offered to us.
TH E0.O.IU KK,Traffic Manager 5 Bowling Green New York.
and worship Him who is Our Common chance of tremor from the building MARSHALL H. CLYUE,Aast.Traffle Manager Bowling Green New York. Correspondence solicited on any wants you may have. _
Father, and Him who died for our sins, caused by the wind or by walking. Al- CLYDE & CO. Respectfully J. S. WATSON
WM. P. Gen'I'Agents. ,
and rose again for our justification. together it teems to be a complete establishment ,
One thousand dollars of the chum of this kind. It South VTIuurTM.Philadelphia. 8 Bowling Green.Hew York.
towards the building of this On Friday nth Inst. Capt. John Carey -- T. J-. EST'ON
came from one noble-hearted church- placed his beautiful fast steam yacht ,

woman, of New Haven, Conn. Some "Nyanxa" at the disposal of Mr. and C. J. HECTOR GRAND YEW HOTEL DISTILLER; !
handsome gift*-a font ODe window for Mrs. Alfred Russell, of Chicago, (of the ,
the centra group of chancel, aim*,basins firm of Alfred Russell& Co., wholesale PURE ..
and some other thing -have been given. fruit and produce merchants, South Water Dealer In General .

An altar, the windows, and a chancel St., Chicago.) The lady and gentleman TITUSVILLE, SO U.I-I. MESH: ..... ss.-sr.:
rail are still needed to complete the fur having been on a visit to Capt and :1tCerohand.:1selUeloourDe :

niture. Mr SH.. Ltsk, a gentleman Mrs. Carey, left here on the above date Indian River, Fla.
owning a handsome property near has for TItusvllle tn route for Chicago Capt. Fla. Distillery & warehouse : LYNCHBURG, TENN.

promised a bell, which we look for In Carey, Capt. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. J. I. M. MABBETTE, PEOPE.
due time. O. Walton and Claud Walton -
accompanied T. J. Eaton
& Co.
All things considered, the church at them as far as TItusvllle. The party Hats Shoes Clothing Dry Goods Agents, TitusvIIIe. Fla.
Uerritt has been a great success-a were kindly invltedto; stop at Rock- -
building complete and nearly furnished, ledge and take dinner with )[1. and Mrs. Goods.
costing nearly $ .ooo, without one cent Just Arrived. Splendid This i* the moat central Hotel in town,
of debt U something to be thankful for: appetites OILS PAINTS HARDWARE, LEAD,
and U minute's walk
from in
and the this
.hthe hope of enlarged Influence of the Tropical Hotel and the manner In GRAIN Paper
usefulness, the roll U something served there DRUGS GROCERIES, 'and close .
as yean on, which the dinner was being full Une of Railway Depot, to Steamboat ,
kinds and in fact a
to pray and work for. full and plenty of the choicest of the Of all ;
OMIBYEB. season. everything. Call and examine. H Landing... }g Terms onr Pale 4.

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